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DAY, APRIL J. 1951
Judge Deplores
C. Z. Lack Of
Juvenile Home
Gittens Goes
To Gamboa Pen
For 14 Years
W oegin n-yei
Lock of a correctional institution for Juwiibi here the gb^attemg
was again deplored this morning in District Court by Judge ,n u BCCC
Joseph J. Hancock.
Faced with the need of sentencing a 16-year-old boy
for the March 6 burglary of the Madden Dam Commis-
sary, Judge Hancock pointed out thot the penitentiary
was no place for a boy of this age.
'But, he said, there ta no cor-
rectional Institution here where
this boy can be trained and re-
habilitated. I certainly doubt
that there will ever be any such
institution... I have done every
thing In mv power to get one,
but I haven't met with any co-
Pointing out that the defen-
dant, Carlos Antonio Stewart, a
shoeshine boy In a Panama City
barber shop, had no home and
that If freed, he would probably
te back to trouble within a few
months. Judge Hancock con-
"If a government representa-
tive could be here to see wnat
rJi confronted with. It might
give me a listening ear. As It is.
"StSSTiU with 19-year-
old Pedro. Rosa Nouvet. broke
into the commissary the early
morning of March 6. They stole
.hoes, cigarettes, milk, drygood
and housewares. After the bur-
giarv a shortage of $323 In mer-
chandise was reported. Public
Defender W. J-fheridan. how-
ever doubted trJfct all of this
could be laid to 'the burglary.
The boys hid their loot In tan
grass behind the Ancon corral
where It was dlecovered by a
grass cutting gang several days
Stewart, who' has a police rec-
ord of two larceny and two loi-
tering convictions, was sentenc-
ed to six months In Oamboa pe-
nitentiary. Nouvet who waslan-
t^arlng on his first offense,
drew a three month penitentiary
Also sentenced during the
court session were two women.
Esmeralda Aguilar. 26. was given
two vears for slashing another
woman on the face and breast
wSSTrazor blade March 3 near
the Pacific Clubhouae. .She
pleaded with the Judge not to
end her to Pedro Miguel lall.
where she has been held since
her arrest, or. If there were no
other alternative, to give her a
jalone so that ahc would not
Bohan Jury Trial
Set For April 12
Jury trial of Grover F. Bohan,
retired Panam Canal under-
taker, was set for Apr. 12 in the
Ancon District Court when Bo-
han was arraigned today on
two charges of failing to ac-
count promptly for public
Bohan appeared briefly be-
fore Judge J. J. Hancock to
plead not guilty to the two
charges against him.
After the court session a 6e-
man and woman panel was se-
lected. From this the Jury of
12 will be drawn.
have to associate with other wo-
men prisoners.
Thelma Gladys Williams. IB.
who admitted the theft of $o00
from a Cocoll residence on
March 5, was given a year's sen-
tence, the sentence to be pro-
bated for a period of three
'Operation Chepo'
Combatants Just
'Beginning to Fight'
The fighting in "Operation
Chepo," phase two, had moved
about two mlies east-ward this
morning and positions along the
Pacora river were being spirit-
edly contested.
Companies "E" and "F" of the
United States Forces effected
crossings South of the National
highway bridge, whloh la not
used by either contestant, and
encountered light patrols of the
"Aggressor Force" which offered
only toksn opposition. But other
units following with crossing,
west of the bridge found them-
selves In a stiff fight as "Aggres-
sor" tried to delay their eifort
and thus stave off the develop-
ment of a major assault by the
Infantry troops.
Considerable high ground East
of Pacora had fallen Into U. S.
hands early this morning, but
there was still higher ground in
the vicinity retained by the In-
vaders, whose destruction is the
U.S. Forces mission.
Both sides evidenced that they
are only beginning to fight, and
there la plenty of useful terrain
left in the maneuver area for
the "Aggressors" to retire to, if
they elect to continue their
fighting withdrawal.
Murray B. Wise, Charge d'Af-
falres. United States Embassy In
Panama, was an Interested spec-
tator of the 2,000 man field ex-
ercise yesterday. Wise toured
field positions and surveyed
yesterday's battle ground from a
height which was being bitterly
fought over only a couple of
hours later.
Practice Alert
Listed Thursday
A practice raid alert will be
conducted at the Post of Corozal
on Thursday at 3:50 p.m. accord-
ing to an announcement made at
Headquarters, United States Ar-
my Caribbean.
The siren will sound the rail
alert and also the all-clear.
Planes Striking Hard At Huge
Red Army As Offensive Looms
Full of bravado to the end,
Ooldbourne Olttens this morn-
ing was hustled out of the back
door of the Ancon District Court
to begin a 14-year lentence for
ted robbery of
accomplice, Basil
Headley, who waa sentenced Mar.
8, Olttena will actually serve only
eight years and three months,
provided he earns all possible
time off for good behavior.
Olttens was convicted of the
attempted robbery last week In
a day and a half long trial at
the Ancon District Court, and ap-
peared today for aentence.
Aa he entered the courtroom
from the prlaoners' room, eight
of the nine police officers pres-
ent took up stands at each exit.
The ninth remained seated near
Olttens. The courtroom was Jam-
med, as It had been during last
week's trialmany of those pres-
ent being young men of Olttena'
"when AaaUtant District Attor-
ney R. K. Hazard recommended
the 14-year term, a buw quickly
subdued, ran through the crowd.
Then Olttens was asked If he had
anything to aay before aentence
waa pasaed.
"If I am sentencsd." he told
Judge Jeseph Hancock, "I will
be sentenced for a crime I nev-
er committed."
When Judge Hancock had for-
mally Imposed the 14-year sen-
tence, maximum for the offense,
three police officers quickly step-
6ed up beside Olttens. Instead of
iking him out the usual way
where the overflow of the crowd
was waitingthey whisked him
opt the rear door beside the Mar-
shal's office.
dlttem manased to wve twice
to the enthralled crowd before he
disappeared out the door.
Ticker-Tape Shower
Welcomes Auriol
To NY Despite Flu
NEW YORK, April S (UP)
France's President Vincent Au-
riol todav refused to let In-
fluenza keep him from riding
Canal-Army Combine
For 'Scorching' Ancon
The Panama Canal, aided and abetted by the Army,
today experimented with "scorched earth" policy, ana,
incidentally, displayed a new method of starting a bon-
The experiment was carried out In Ancon where a
rge site li being cleared and graded for new housing.
set of the trees in the area have been bulldosed out
and their broken pieces Piled on the ground in great
"'(in the long-range plan, the area may be better look-
ing, but now and far the next few years It resembles a
The piles of tree trunks and limbs were soaked by
the Canal's M. E. Division with oil. This morning Army
specialists put quantities of Jellied gasoline at the base
of each. Then the flame-throwers, one on each side of
each pile, took over. ,. .
"Whoosh, whoosh," and that was la. Each pile sf
tree trunks aad limbs went up in flamea.
Charred leaves and bark were carried by the wind
as far as the District Court house.
Idea behind the experiment, The Panama American
was told, was te do away with chopping of the nr,tly1
dismembered trees Into pieces small enough to be handled
for removal. _________________________
Vinson Asks Lower Draft;
Warns Reds Can A-Bomb US
(Published estimates of Rus-
sia's atomic bomb stockpile,
none of them authoritative,
have run from five to 50. Es-
timates of the United States'
stockpile, also unofficial, run
mlc bombs to attack United
States cities from coast to coast.
He said the only answer to
Russia is military strength. He
urged the House to approve the
bill lowering the draft age ana
setting up for use later a system
of Universal Military Training.
Vinson warned: "It is common
knowledge that Russia... has
over 400 mighty bombers ca-
pable of attacking our cities from
Seattle to Washington and from
Chicago to 8an Francisco.
* w "Ever,yh,mm bomb1!! lnthe
ParVandeBr0adWay ln MUt^ ESS S^^WMo? and
Chairman Carl Vinson of the
House Armed Services Commit-
tee, ln a speech prepared for the
opening of the House debate on
the Bill lowerlna the draft age
Bridges Wants
M'Arthur Home
For Conference
Senator Styles Bridges. R.,
N.H., today urged congress to
call Oeneral Douglas MacArthur
home to get his advice on end-
ing the Korean War and clarify-
ing United States policy ln the
Far East.
Bridges recommended that
Congress recall MacArthur "as a
first step toward an American
policy for the defense of Amer-
ica ln Asia."
MacArthur has been- away
from the United States since
1937, though there have been
intermittent demands from
members of Congress since the
end of World War II that he be
invited home to testify.
Bridges aald MacArthur ap-
parently la the only authority
who has any positive Ideas
about ending the Korean War.
He said: "In spite of this fact
he has been muzzled by the
Truman Administration. Some
observers believe this la another
example of how the American
State Department carries out
the foreign policy of England
and France."
TOKYO, April 3 (UP) General Douglas MacArthur
appears to be looking to the Allied Air Forces to make up
for the deficiency in numbers of the 8th Army as an
estimated 504,000 Red troops stand ready to strike at the
center of the Allied line in Korea.
The Red attack is expected at any time now the spring
rainy season has begun to bog down heavy Allied trans-
ports in deep mud.
The Air Forces are responding to MacArthur's expec-
tations with round-the-clock attacks on Red dumps and
communications. More than 700 of 2,100 Communist
trucks spotted last night were attacked by night fighters.
In a visit to the South Ko-
rean forces on the East Coast
today MacArthur Jeeped five
miles across the 38th parallel.
On his return to Tokyo he
said: "Our troops still maintain
the Initiative. Our strategy re-
mains unchanged and Is based
on maneuver and not position-
al warfare."
His remarks were taken to
They did not advance in a
solid line all along the 10-mile
crossing front, but patrolled
where they had not moved up
In force.
These penetrations were on
the Western front.
Fighters and fighter bombers
kept up their attack on the
Communist buildup. South Af-
rican Air Force Mustangs hit
mean that the 8th Army will road traffic and rail lines ln
not be content to dig ln and
wait for the Red offensive, but
will strike boldly Into Commun-
ist north Korea ln an attempt
to keep the Communists off
the Namchonjon-Slnmak sector.
Marine fighter planes damaged
a railroad tunnel near Pyong-
Some 34 Superforts flew
through snow and Icing from
United States forces surged Japan to bombard targets near
across the parallel In strength Hamhung and Pyongtyang with
for the first time today ln a
challenge to the massing Reds.
He recalled that he proposed
that United States forces be
withdrawn from Korea or that
MacArthur be allowed to bomb
Auriol admitted last night he I. being produced dally ta in-
a creasing numbers.
"We know that in
had been slowed down by
temperature of 100 degrees, but i -- --e Ruggla wlll nave a
sufficient atockplle
bombs to be capaol
son aald Russia had at least 175
ready divisions of ground troops.
"A military vacuum exista ln
Europe which the United States
must help fill. The United States
knows Russia la willing, as ln Ko-
rea, to put her military force to
he test."
The House Is badly split on the
Draft and UMT bill. Amend-
ments, many of them considered
crippling by the bill's backers,
are being drawn up by the dozen.
Four days general debate start-
ed today. Voting starts next
250 tons of bombs. They met
moderate antiaircraft fire and
no fighters.
United SUtes Sabre jet fight-
ers downed three MIO Jets and
damaged three more in a long
air battle south of Sinulju.
The battle started when a
flight of Shooting Stars went to
aid a Shooting Star which had
been jumped by 11 MIGs.
After 25 minutes of Incon-
clusive battle the Shooting
Stars, running low on fuel.
showed no signs of missing even
Blowtorches Clear
Heligoland Island
snowea no signs or missing even "ht",--t' .foeknlle of atom c
one event on his busy JheduJe.. auffWent "gg 0rf lnlUat.
n, m~mff a^is-j-ftA Of Red Squatters
to do so."
extended from Bowling Oreen
up Broadway to the reception
stand at Cltv Hall where Mayor
Vincent Impellltterl waited to
greet the first French President
to visit the United Statea while
ln office.
Following the noon parade,
Auriol waa the gueat of honor
at a luncheon given by Trygve
Lie, Secretary Oeneral of the
United Nations.
Columbia University later con-
ferred an honorary Doctor of
Laws degree upon Auriol. who
concludes his aeven-dav vlalt to-
morrow with a tour of the Unit-
ed Natlona after lunching with
Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt and re-
viewing the cadets at West
He leaves tomorrow night for
a flve-dav visit to Canada.
Storv Worked Once
WATERTOWN, Mass., Apr. 3
(UP)-A twlee-told tale got
James E. Penney Into trouble.
He was ltouped by two po-
licemen for a traffic violation.
Penney told one of the orn-
een a sad tale of family trou-
bles and the policeman waved
him on without giving him a
ticket. Then the officer re-
turned to the police cruiser and
related Penney's story to his
The second policeman re-
membered hearing the same
tale from Penney Just a week
KIEL. Germany, April 3 (UP)
Police said here today that
they have cleared Heligoland Is-
land of alleged Communist
squatters, and announced the
arrest of 15 persons, including
four girls.
The 15 were barricaded ln an
old flak tower, which the police
[opened with blow torches.
Heligoland, a German Island
in the North Sea, has been used
since the war as a British and
United States bombing range.
Last winter an attempt to pre-
vent the bombing by 'occupying"
the Island was made by German
Nationalists. This second group
i is reportedly supported by the
Communist Free German Youth
It's the invasion season
Nobody Comes Out To Predict War This
y ear-But Who Expected Pearl Harbor?
ta that there will not be a Euro- restlessness to grow Into revolt. It ta V'X''i* ""'"Vh
pean war "on purpose" thta And he faces that danger so long nlque of a war of "e"e%baud
wrvi vork Anrii UPl sDrtnB ^^ as Marshal Tito continues to de- time the Allies seem ready to
ThTTnnuKVasfon a'eaaoTha. "ontcould atart accidentally In morf.frate to the world that even meet it with a calm, steady at-
started l, half a iozen place. ..for haff a g^MJJ nation *&* to tltude. ^^ ^^^ m
that Stalin Intends to make sup-
l World War m ta going to dozen reaaona a Yugoslavian knuckle under ^ Moacow.
take place this year It probably border brawl, a political aasas- Tito is the seed from whicn
will break out between now and slnatlon. a revolt ln a Commun- dissatisfaction with mo a cow
High School PTA
Executives Meet
Tomorrow At JWB
Members of the Executive com-
mittee of the Balboa Junior-
senior High School Parent-
Teacher Association are schedul-
ed to meet tomorrow evening ln
the library of the Jewish wel-
fare Board.
They wlll discuss the sympo-
sium on the education system of
the Republic of Panama which
wlll be given at the April 24
meeting of the PTA.
Due to attend the meeting
ZJL ?ifS\?r.^^Pfwtl?t^mlnVhusl-!are: W. H. Essllnger, Incoming
June 15 Snow Is disappearing 1st satellite nation, an armed flows. Stalin cannot undertake aatellltes the [* "*m 1 *u,/n president, Mrs. D. H. Ladd, Mrs.
from everywhere nut the tallest clash ln the powder keg of Ber- to liquidate him without running "'"wSSia^Pohnd^BuT/arta Charlea Brandl. Mrs.
mountains The > und wlll soon lln where the rival armies stand a aerious risk of starting a world Csechoslovakla, Poland, Bulgaria ^ M^ Dayld ye
be drying out, aau armies will face to face, an Internal crisis ln war.
be able to move.
No responsible :%iw.d states-
man or military eemmander
publicly predicted war this
year. Nobody predicted Pearl
Harbor either.
The hard fact ta that they are
not the men who are going to
decide whether It ta war or
peace. That decision is going to
Iran which the Russians would
He cannot even Incite Ruma-
and Bulgaria to
ness. Purges are under_way in | PresM^ ^ ft ^ ^^
Yerkea, Mlas
Margaret Whitman, High School
and Albania.
seize upon to try to capture the nla, Hungary and Buigaru w it "* .""\Le,,&VTd High School principal Frank A.
0UfWd-- pfenfnftfrffi^r^ s'pCM-KSt C ties. Mrs._H. Bach, Paul
and use forces offered by the
Chinese Nationalists.
He said: "The Korean War ta
not going to go away If we turn
our heads and pretend It ta an
Rentals In CZ For
Commercial Firms
Going Up Double
Rental on various buildings
and sites occupied principally by
commercial firms operating in
the Canal Zone wlll be doubled
after July 1 of thta year ln lieu
of a tax for the operation of the
Canal Zone Government, It was
announced yesterday at Balboa
Notices of the rental increases
wlll be mailed Individually to the
firms or persons concerned with-
in the next few days.
The Increase Is the same as
that recenlty announced for Ca-
nal quarters occupied by persons
who are not employed by the Ca-
nal and Railroad.
Although the principal group
to be affected by the Increase of
rents for buildings and sites will
be shipping and oil companies
operating in the Zone, the In-
creases wlll also apply to agri-
cultural licenses and commercial
gardens. The rental on garden
plots, other than commercial
vegetable and fruit gardens,
mostly operated by Chinese gar-
deners, will not be Increased at
thta time as these fees were re-
cently doubled.
The principal outside income
from the rental of buildings and
sites comes from the use of of-
fice space and from oil tank
farm leases. In addition, there
are over 400 outstanding land
licenses for agriculture and com-
mercial gardens.
US Civil Service
Announces Exams
In 12 Categories
The United States Civil Ser-
vice Commission has recently
announced examinations f o r
these positions: office machine
operator and office machine
trainee; lithographic offset
pressman and foreman; radio
engineer; operating engineer;
Gromyko Overturns
Big Four Agenda
Agreement Hopes
PARIS. April 3 (UP) Rus-,
ala's Insistence on discussing the turned the fight over to 2
Atlantic Pact and United States Sabres. By this time there were
bases ln Europe has sent hopes 30 to 40 MIGs ln the fight: They
skidding for an early agreement
on a Big Four Foreign Ministers
conference agenda.
The West understood Russian
deputy Andrei Gromyko to say
at a friendly luncheon over the
weekend that he would drop the
Item from the proposed agenda
after the West had argued that
the Atlantic Pact should be dis-
cussed under general "level of
But to the complete astonish-
ment of the Western delegations
yesterday Gromyko turned round
and insisted with Russian vehe-
mence that the Atlantic Pact and
United States bases be included
on the agenda.
One Western delegation mem-
ber said perhaps Gromyko just
wanted to make negotiations a
little more difficult to "prove to
had red stars on their wings.
In five minutes the Sabres
shot down three MIGs and dam-
aged three more.
Peron Will Run
Again -'For Good
Of The Fatherland'
BUENOS AIRE8, April 3 (UP)
President Juan Peron today
told a group of legislators from
San Luis and Santa Fe that he
would seek re-election ln 1952
"if that is what Is most conve-
nient for the country."
The legislators had urged him
to run again when his present
term expires.
Peron said: We must examine
uvue umejuiucu w prorc w the problem coolly when the op-
Moscow that he had not gone portune time comes, and in the
soft In Paris In the spring." llght 0f the situation at that last
_ Z~--------------- 1 moment.
Rolando Linares, Jr. | th7fharheain0sigh?%V,msus(
Named Secreta Chief, Dyd?
Replacing Poveda
Rolando Linares. Jr. was nam-
ed today by President Arnulfo
Arias as Inspector General of
Panama's Secret Police.
He succeds Juan de Dios Pove-
da, who has been transferred to
the post of consulting attorney
to the Social Security Organiza-
Linares comes to his new post
as head of the "Secreta" from
that of Chief of Customs at To-
cumen Airport.
He was also employed for a
time with the Panama Air De-
pot at Albrook Air Force Base,
and lived ln New York for about
12 years.
Spuds Chisel In
On Apple Game
(UP) The Utah origina tow
of "spudnuts," a nationally-
known potato doughnut, report
there are about 348 "spudnut
shops" operating In the United
Stales and Canada.
A. W. and Robert P. Pelto-i
are now trying a new product
which they call a "spudover."
It's like their spudnut, they say.
In that It utilises the potato as
a base.
But it will taste like an apple
in that campaign &&L3&JX%SX ^^f^S^^'^
bemade'by the dozen men who Russia Itself" but If so the news
make up the Russian Polltbu- has not come
reau. Curtain.
The safest prediction to make Stalin cannot afford to allow
Stalin Is caught between twe the pattern and precedent. Pre- he may be forced to go to war
f,r. r*a? of the United aldent Harry i. Truman has to unify European Communism
State? ^uty ta deUver ata2 cSilttad the United State, to but he will do It reluctantly, and
bilnb. on Ruislan tarleta, and defend nation, against aggres- a.XTon^recVlvTng end
a growing restlessness Inside son everywhere
the Communist satellite na- Russian armies will soon be
tlons "tnaneuTertag." Actually they
There may be unrest Inalde will be taking up peeltlons
from which they would be
readv to attack Western Eu-
rope when and If Moscow gives
the word.
Stalin ta on the receiving
of a war of nerves too. He passes
through that unhappy experi-
ence every time he looks on the
latest figures of Russia's stock-
Duran, Mrs. Eleanor Jacobs, Sgt.
William S. Loehr and George Lee.
Washington Pressmen
Will Mourn La Prensa
The National Press Club here
through the Iron
Sta frrrn8bom?.TnVw=r j wl fj ffi TTn^ SUta^fa.
faj*SLss he un,ted -2.82 tSSoiurlS a 22
Statea figure could be.
tives; inspector of hours of ser-
vice; inspector of railway sign-
aling and train control; and
Inspector of safety appliances.
Application forms and com-
plete Information concerning the
announcement may be obtained
from J. A. Yates. Secretary of
the Board of U. 8. Civil Service
Examiners. Room 102, Admin-
Building, Balboa ment.
Scotland Yard Solves Theft
Of Stone-But Now What?
LONDON, April 3 (UP) Scot- small group which executed the
land Yard has solved the theft of raid might spur the growing
the historic Stone of Scone, but movement for "devolution a
a ticklish political question has new relationship with England
intervened to prevent the Imme- ln which Scotland would have Its
diate arrest of the culprits and own parliament and something
the return of the famous relic. Just short of Commonwealth
The situation is so delicate status. -,,.,
that Scotland Yard's report will But to mollify the English At-
tlee and the Cabinet. bey. ^.--^sacr^ahrln.^ n
The stone was stolen from the relic of such Irreplaceable im-
Coronatlon Chair ln Westminster portance to the Crown.
so^Uh^atSsrwho^maln1: One of the clues which led to
tain that King Edward unlaw- the raiders wa. obtained by
fuUy conveyed the stone from checking library_ cards allowing
Scone to Westminster ln 129. who had read upon the stone
The problem before Attlee Is before It was taken
how to proceed without Inflam- Fm/x to^.^L**taU
in, Scottish nationalist aentl- ng mad by^ottlsh Natlonal-
j The arrest of members of the the stone from England.

f.MilNA *

3:00 El favorito de hoy
J:15 Una Mujer sin Importan-
cia. Dramatitaein
S:3t El Hijo Perdido
Drama Arena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical.
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones variadas
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valdes
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:15 El Caballero Varona
Cigarrillos "Camel"
7:3* El Radio Peridico
7:45 Donde el Rio Nace
8:00 Msica popular
&:30 Melodas variadas
8:45 Msica tiplea
9:00 Msica favorita
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Buenas Noches
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Despeilador Musical
6:30 Noticiero R.P.A
7:00 Msica hawaliana
7:15 Espaoleras
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Invitacin al baile
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de Saln
12:15 Noticiai R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero DcDortlvo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxtco
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nac-
2:15 Peticiones
Quin es? Hombre o Mons-
truo? Con qu extrao poder
destruye sus victimas? C-
mo puede detenrsele? La
polica est perpleja la
ciencia maniatada!... Su se-
creto regres con l de
la tumba!...
- en -
Una Pelcula de la
El Problema
si se sabe crear sobre estas pe-
queas posesiones una buena
superestructura cooperativa.
Lo que debe hacerse. Dentro
de un programa moderado y
para no trastornar brusca-
mente las formas de produc-
cin existentes, es aconsejable
seguir dos caminos simult-
neamente: Una accin MAR-
GINAL paulatina, dispersa en
todo el territorio, anloga has-
ta cierto punto a la que se
adelanta actualmente, con ten-
dencia a irla profundizando
conforme las circunstancias lo
permitan y ameriten; entrega
en propiedad de sus parcelas
a los arrendatarios de los bie-
nes de la nacin (conforme lo
viene haciendo el IAN>; ayu-
da crediticia a nuevos empre-
sarios agrcolas para estable-
cerse en tierras nuevas (se a-
lude al programa de crditos
agrcolas dirigidos de la CVF>;
estmulos diversos para propi-
ciar el fraccionamiento espon-
tneo de los grandes latifun-
dios, y el establecimiento en
ellos de genuinos cultivadores;
regulacin oficial de las rela-
ciones entre propietarios y t-
rrendatarios y aparceros. Y
otra accin INTEGRAL: en
las cuencas hidrolgicas en
donde vayan a hacerse traba-
jos de mejoramiento (riesgos,
proteccin contra las inunda-
ciones, etc.), hacer la planea-
cln general del uso de las
tierras de acuerdo con su n-
dole (bosques, pastos, cultivos),
y encarar resueltamente el
problema especial de rgimen
de la propiedad de las tierras
que la cuenca en cuestin pre-
sente, corrigiendo todos sus
defectos. Al intervenir asi en
las mejora de los sistemas de
propiedad, se tendrn en cuen-
ta los usos a que debe desti-
narse la tierra, de acuerdo con
su fertilidad e inclinacin. Las
tierras directamente mejora-
das con las obras construidas
por el gobierno deben poner-
se a !a disposicin de cam-
pesinos, de modo que que-
den equitativamente distribui-
das, formando propiedades pe-
queas o medianas, y organi-
zando a estos nuevos poseedo-
res en tal forma que hagan
colectivamente todo aquello
que la pequenez de sus explo-
taciones les impida hacer in-
dividualmente. Para el aprove-
chamiento de algunas de estas
tierras mejoradas convendra
resucitar el intento de orga-
nizacin de grandes cooperati-
vas de produccin, aprove-
chando la experiencia acopla-
da. Este mtodo integral es
aplicable tambin a cuencas
donde no se requiere la cons-
truccin de obras hidrulicas.
Sern buenos coadyuvantes
de la resolucin del problema
agrario: El establecimiento de
un rgimen impositivo bien
planeado para gravar la pro-
piedad raiz, tanto la propiedad
en si como sus aumentos de
precio, lo ltimo ya existe en
la legislacin venezolana, pe-
ro las cuotas son demasiado
bajas; la no existencia del im-
puesto predial fomenta el la-
tifundlsmo, y las bajas tasas
del impuesto sobre supervalia
fomentan la especulacin con
tierras. El impuesto predial de-
be ser progresivo a partir de
cierto limite, para combatir la
concentracin excesiva, y el
objeto del gravamente la tie-
rra desnuda de mejoras, de a-
cuerdo con su rentabilidad po-
tencial. Las tierras mejoradas
directamente por obras pbli-
cas de gobierno y que perma-
nezcan en manos de sus an-
tiguos propietarios, deben que-
dar sujetas al pago de com-
pensaciones (a veces en tie-
rra), exceptundose de esta o-
bllgacln las pertenencias con
superficie menor del doble de
la "magnitud familiar".
Por R. L. B.
tiene los
mejores programas
A las
8.30 p.m.
Las presentaciones de la Gran Compaa
CUBANA de Comedias y Variedades
* # *
roniendo en escena la
original comedia
EN LA SEGUNDA PARTE del programa sensacional y nue-
tos nmeros de VARIEDADES participando todas las
Estrellas de la Compaa.
Maana: Cambio Completo de Programa!
Los muebles usados en la escenr por esta Compaa son por
Esta vista panormica mues-
tra algunos de los episodios
culminantes en "Las Minas del
Rey Salomn", emocionantsima
versin filmtca Metro Ooldwyn
Mayer, en Technicolor., de la
famosa novela de H. Rider Hag-
gard, realizada a travs de 40,-
000 kilmetros del Africa ecua-
torial en un safari de cinco
meses de duracin. En la parte
superior se ven los guerrille-
ros watuzis de Ruanda-Umndt,
una de las doce tribus negras
que actuaron ante las cmaras,
bailando, para celebrar el re-
greso de su legitimo monarca,
encarnado por el gigantesco Kl-
mursl. A la izquierda pueden
(Continuacin de la 4a.
- con -
El xito del Fin de Semana !
* ')
con la deliciosa
pareja del cine
Una pelcula que recomenda-
mos porque es lo ms divertido
que se ha llevado al cine...
Le aseguramos dos horas
placenteras y 1,000 carca-
apreciarse las vacas sagradas.
Abajo, a la Izquierda, un pri-
mer plano de Deborah Kerr,
Stewart Granger y Richard
Carlson, quienes representan a
los intrpidos aventureros que
arriesgan su vida en esta pe-
ligrosa excursin por regiones
Costa Rica, tierra
El edificio del Museo evoca
la Imagen del castillo medioe-
val con sus minaretes, sus to-
rres almenadas y sus fosos. Un
sinnmero de huecos grandes
y pequeos convierten las pa-
redes en algo asi como la su-
perficie toda marcada de una
cara que sufri de viruela. Esas
paredes son mudo testimonio
de lo que pueden las pasiones
desbordadas y del crimen del
militarismo que destruye todo
sentimiento de caridad huma-
na para convertir al sujeto en
mquina eficiente de sembrar
la muerte.
Han comenzado ya los obre-
ros a borrar esas huellas de-
latoras; pero mucho ms Im-
portante que hacer desaparecer
las seales- materiales de las
heridas abiertas por la Gue-
rra Civil, es sanar las heridas
ms dolorosas y profundas que
ep el alma de un pueblo cris-
tiano y de nobles sentimientos
Kan dejado las vctimas inocen-
tes de la Intriga Internacional
contra la unidad y la paz de
este Nuevo Mundo.
En compaa del amigo Wal-
ter visit un almacn de "sou-
venirs". Dos bellas y sonrien-
tes seoritas nos atendieron
Hall en sus maneras, en la
sencillez y espontaneidad con
qu enos recibieron, una prueba
ms de la herencia legendaria
de bondad, espiritualidad y be-
lleza que guarda en lo ms
profundo de la entraa del
pueblo tico.
Me gust mucho la escultu-
ra de una pareja de negros,
varn y hembra, con sus lan-
zas blancas que contrastaban
con el bano de sus cuerpos
giles y de lineas muy carac-
terizadas y firmes.
"Usted les pone precio", di-
Jo con una adorable sonrisa
a nuestro representante la da-
mita y. con gusto pagu yo
los ciento sesenta colones acor-
Imposible es expresar todas
las emociones que experiment
en mi corta estada. Cortesa
en las personas del servicio en
la pensin en que me aloj,
cortesa y tacto para informar
en el chauffeur que me con-
dujo, distincin y fina com-
prensin en las personas cultas,
con qule tuve el honor de al-
Costa Rica ha conquistado en
un dia a un nuevo ferviente
Dr. S. Gilberto Ros.
Inexploradas, en busca de las
fabulosas minas del Rey Salo-
mn. Esta espectacular produc-
cin. que fue dirigida por|
Compton Bennett y Andrew
Marl u, se estrenar el jueyes
en el Teatro Bella Vista, cons-
tituyendo el ms sensacional
evento cinematogrfico del ao.
La mujer llega a contribuir
dentro del hogar, es el pilote
de la estructura espiritual del
hogar a pesar de que el hom-
bre viva dentro del tembr a
dioses y le preocupaba el pro-
blema de su moral en funcin
del celo de aqullos, la mujer
con un sentido ms realista o
prctico educaba a sus hijos
bajo un canon o estatuto de
reglas morales del cual se va-
lia para contribuir a desarro-
llar en alto grado la perso-
nalidad moral de sus hijos.
Lo Interesante en este aspec-
to de la formacin espiritual
de la mujer del seno del ho-
gar, es que poco a poco va
tomando riendas de esa res-
ponsabilidad. Como el griego
no entenda que la sabidura,
la perfeccin moral y la be-
Heza estuvieran desligados en-
tre s, puso gran inters en-
tonces ae que la mujer debie-
ra perfeccionarse cada vez
ms la forma y mejorar sus
hbitos morales. Vemos en-
tonces cmo desde un funda-
mento espiritual la mujer
griega ubica dentro de la rea-
lidad de su fisk'o.
Por todas esas cualidades
que conocemos de la mujer
grieg, la llevan por la fuer-
za de la evolucin misma de
la cultura familiar del pueblo
a tomar parte ms activa en
el cutlivo de la Educacin F-
sica. Lo primero que cultiv
la mujer griega fu la danza
y el canto. Este hecho fu de
gran importancia dentro de la
misma evolucin de la cultu-
ra educativa-fgsica de la mu-
jer griega. La danza tiene co-
mo fundamento metdico el
Aire Acondicionado
1:10. 2:55. 5:M, 7:00, 9 p.m.
Fiesta para los ojos...! Rit-
mos inolvidables...! Alegra
desbordante...! Todo el co-
lor y el fuego del Trpico
en una pelcula Cubana
mi lm *.,. mal nina -si
0"KlllO l WNA" ~. IIC tlHNMU.
Afe. (- ,M. C-^.S *-*. 4. Mi
en el
Para un milln de negros slvales Ella era una Diosa con Cabellera de Fuego!
Pero en los brazos del cazador blanco slo era una mujer...!
s^aTeMsaVXssssssaTaaTaaaaaaTaaW 1

Una pelcula pujante y de
inigualada intensidad dra-
mtica! i .
ESTARA RADIOACTIVA? Le nico que no puede detener tu
bomba atmica es un agente de publicidad. En la foto vemos
ui "pionero" probando con un contador "Gelger" para ver
Terry True esta radio-activa despus de la explosin experiment
tal en Las Vegas.

ritmo, por !o tanto, para edu-
car el ritmo haba que edu-
car la primero la forma fsi-
ca. Este fu el motivo para
que el griego introdujera en
el hogar al maestro de danza
y canto. No es sino un siglo
ms tarde cuando la mujer
griega participa pblicamente
en las fiestas, rituales en ho-
nor de los dioses; y lo hacan
i practicando la danza, que paJ
ra ese entonces haba alcanJ
zado gran belleza coreogrfica
y practicando el canto corree]
tivo, es decir, el coro. Vemc
pues, que la asimilacin del
esfuerzo colectivo educativo!
fsico de la mujer a la culti^
ra griega, alcanza una slgnk
flcaoln verdadera, historie!
(Fin de la cuarta leccin!
Ms romntico y viril... A la
cabeza de un destacamento
de caballera... Conteniendo
loa mpetus belicosos de una
nacin India Apache I
Ben Johnson Claude Jaranan Ja.
Harry Carey Jr. Chill Wllla
Faith Dnmerfuc GOCgt Daltni
en una historia de odio, venganza
y muerte I
1 IKlilKlllll
Aire Acondicionado
Extraordinario Doble Programa
en Espaol 1
Carlos Cores, en
Rosa Carmina." en
Doble Programa en Espaol I
Nin Sevilla Los Panchos, en
Cantinflas. en
Marga Lope* Victor
Junco, en
"Una Mujer Sin Destino"
Luis Agullsr Alicia Caro, en
"Un Capitn de Rurales"
5:80, 7:#t, IN p.m.
Una sensacional
produccin cuba-
nal Plena de bai-
les, canciones y
buen humor t
Las Mulata* de
Fu eso, en
Betty Hutton Howard Keel
- en -
Ademas: Marshall Thompson
y Virginia Gray, an
Humphrey BOgart, en
Johnny Welssmuller, en
"La Esclava de La Selva"
i Yvonne De Cario, en
"El guila del Desierto"
'. Mara Montes, en
"Las Mil y Una Noches"
John Wayne, en
"Romance de Las
Mete Mares"
- Adems: -
Tigres Voladores"
MacDonal Carey, en
- A -mas: -
Johnn. Welssmuller.
- n -
"I.lamas de Pasin'*
Audio Murphy, en
Jursmenlo Cvsnpllda"
Richard Quine, en
Abbott y Costello, en
- Ademas: -
Maureen O Har, en
- Ademas: -
'Yvonne da Cario, en
Entre Doa Amores"
1 Adems: -
Margaret Lockwood
- en -
del ODIO"

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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
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Judge Deplores
C. Z. Lack Of
Juvenile Home
Lack of a correctional institution for juveniles here
was again deplored this morning in District Court by Judge
Joseph J. Hancock.
Faced with the need of sentencing a 16-year-old boy
for the March 6 burglary of the Madden Dam Commis-
sary, Judge Hancock pointed out that the penitentiary
was no place for a boy of this age.
"But, he said, there Is no cor-
rectional Institution here where
this boy can be trained and re-
habilitated. I certainly doubt
that there will ever be any such
Institution... I have done every
thing in my power to get one.
but I haven't met with any co-
Pointing out that the defen-
dant, Carlos Antonio Stewart, a
shoeshlne boy In a Panama City
barber hop, had no home ana
that, If freed, he would probably
be back In trouble within a few
months. Judge Hancock con-
"If a government representa-
tive could be here to see what
I'm confronted with, it might
give me a listening ear. As It is.
I'm helotess." ,_ ,. ...
Stewart, along with 18-year-
old Pedro. Rosa Nouvet, broke
Into the commissary the early
morning of March 6. They stole
hoes, cigarettes, milk, drygoods
and housewares. After the bur-
Klary a shortage of $323 in, mer-
chandise was reported. Public
Defender W. J nerl ever, doubted tap all o this
could be laid tothe burglary.
The boys hid their loot in tal
grass behind the Ancon corral
where It was discovered by a
grass cutting gang several days
Stewart, wbjrf has a police rec-
ord of two larceny and two loi-
tering convictions, was sentenc-
ed to six months in Gamboa pe-
nitentiary. Nouvet. who wasap-
pearing on his first .offense,
drew a three month penitentiary
Also sentenced during the
court session were two women.
Esmeralda Agullar. 26. was g yen
two years for slashing another
woman on the face and breast
with a razor blade March 3 near
the Pacific Clubhouse. She
pleaded with the Judge not to
send her to Pedro Miguel lall.
where she has been held since
her arrest, or. if there were no
other alternative, to give her a
cell alone so that she would not
Bohan Jury Trial
Set For April 12
Jury trial ( Grover F. Bohan,
retired Panam Canal under-
taker, was set for Apr. 12 In the
Ancon District Court when Bo-
han was arraigned today on
two charge* of fatting to ac-
count promptly for public
Bohan appeared briefly be-
fore Judge J. J. Hancock to
plead not guilty to the two
charges against him.
After the court session a to-
man and woman panel was se-
lected. From this the jury of
12 will be drawn.
have to associate with other wo-
men prisoners.
Thelma Gladys Williams. 19.
who admitted the theft of $600
from a Cocoll residence on
March 5. was given a year's sen-
tence, the sentence to be pro-
bated for a period of three
'Operation Chepo'
Combatants Just
'Beginning to Fight'
The fighting In "Operation
Chepo." phase two, had moved
about two miies east-ward this
morning and positions along the
Pacora river were being spirit-
edly contested.
Companies "E" and "F" of the
United States Forces effected
crossings South of the National
highway bridge, whloh is not
used by either contestant, and
encountered light patrols of the
"Aggressor Force" which offered
only token opposition. But other
units following with crossings
west of the bridge found them-
selves In a stiff fight as "Aggres-
sor" tried to delay their effort
and thus stave off the develop-
ment of a major assault by the
Infantry troops.
Considerable high ground East
of Pacora had fallen into U. S.
hands early this morning, but
there was still higher ground in
the vicinity retained By the In-
vaders, whose destruction is the
V. Forces mission.
Both sides evidenced that they
are only beginning to fight, and
there is plenty of useful terrain
left In the maneuver area for
the "Aggressors" to retire to, if
they elect to continue their
fighting withdrawal.
Murray B. Wise, Charge d'Af-
falres. United States Embassy In
Panama, was an interested spec-
tator of the 2,000 man field ex-
ercise yesterday. Wise toured
field positions and surveyed
yesterday's battle ground from a
height which was being bitterly
fought over only a couple of
hours later.
Practice Alert
Listed Thursday
A practice raid alert will
conducted at the Post of Corozal
on Thursday at 3:50 p.m. accord-
ing to an announcement made at
Headquarters, United States Ar-
my Caribbean.
The siren will sound the rail
alert and also the all-clear.
Gittens Goes
To Gamboa Pen
For 14 Years
Full of bravado to the end,
Ooldbourne Gittens this morn-
ing was hustled out of the back
door of the Ancon District Court
to begin a 14-year sentence for
the Feb. 9 attempted robbery of
the Paraso Clubhouse.
Like his accomplice. Basil
Headley, who was sentenced Mar.
8, Oitteni will actually serve only
eight years and three months,
provided he earns all possible
time off for good behavior.
Gittens was convicted of the
attempted robbery last week to
a day and a half long trial at
the Ancon District Court, and ap-
peared today for sentence.
As he entered the courtroom
from the prisoners' room, eight
of the nine police officers pres-
ent took up stands at each exit.
The ninth remained seated near
Gittens. The courtroom was jam-
med, as it had been during last
week's trialmany of those pres-
ent being young men of Gittens'
When Assistant District Attor-
ney R. K. Hazard recommended
the 14-year term, a buzz quickly
subdued, ran through the crowd.
Then Gittens was asked if he had
anything to say before sentence
was passed.
"If I am sentenced." he told
Judge Joseph Hancock, "I will
be sentenced for a crime I nev-
er committed.''
When Judge Hancock had for-
mally Imposed the 14-year sen-
tence, maximum for the offense,
three police officers quickly step-
Planes Striking Hard At Huge
Red Army As Offensive Looms
ed up beside Gittens. Instead of
aklng him out the usual way
where the overflow of the crowd
was waitingthey whisked him
out the rear door beside the Mar.
shal's office.
Canal-Army Combine
For 'Scorching7 Ancon
The Panama Canal, aided and abetted by the Army,
today experimented with a "scorched earth" policy, and,
iacidentally, displayed a new method of starting a bon-
The experiment was carried out In Ancon where a
Srge site is being cleared and graded for new bousing,
ost of the trees In the area have been bulidosed out
and their broken pieces plied on the ground In great
(In the long-range plan, the area may be better look-
ing, but now and for the next few years It resemblei a
bald prairie.) ...
The piles of tree trunks and limbs were soaked by
the Canal's M. E. Division with oil. This morning Army
specialists put quantities of Jellied gasoline at the base
of each. Then the flame-throwers, one on each side of
each pile, took over.
"Whoosh, whoosh," and that was It. Each pile of
tree trunks and limbs went up in flames.
Charred leaves and bark were carried by the wind
as far as the District Court bouse.
Idem behind the experiment, The Panama American
was told, was to do away with chopping of the partly
dismembered trees into pieces small enough to be handled
fer removal. ____
Vinson Asks Lower Draft;
Warns Reds Can A-Bomb US
Chairman Carl Vinson of the
House Armed Services Commit-
tee, in a speech prepared for the
opening of the House debate on
the Bill lowering the draft age
from 19 to 18>/2 said Russia had
more than 400 heayv. bombers
Gittens managed to wave twice and soon will have enough ato-
to the enthralled crowd before he
disappeared out the door.
Ticker-Tape Shower
Welcomes Auriol
To NY Despite Flu
NEW YORK, April S (UP)
France's President Vincent Au-
riol today refused to let In-
fluenza keep him from riding
down Broadway in a ticker-tape
Auriol admitted last night he
had been slowed down by a
temperature of 100 degrees, but
mic bombs to attack United
States cities from coast to coast.
He said the only answer to
Russia is military strength. He
urged the House to approve the
bill lowering the draft age and
setting up for use later a system
of Universal Military Training.
Vinson warned: "It Is common
knowledge that Russia... has
over 400 mighty bombers ca-
pable of attacking our cities from
Seattle to Washington and from
Chicago to San Francisco.
"Every member of the House
knows the atom bomb is in the
hands of the Soviet Union and
is being produced dally in In-
creasing numbers.
"We know that in a short
'S^^\i^MSS^^'B^'faUmfiB^ wl have a
sufficient stockpile of tomic
bombs to be capable of initiat-
ing a terrible aerial attack on
our cities whenever she wishes
one event on his busy schedule, sufficient stockpile
The ticker-tape parade-route
extended from Bowling Green
up Broadway to the reception
stand at City Hall where Mayor to do so."
Vincent Impellltterl waited tor-
the.fi ch President Storv forked OllCt
(Published estimates of Rus-
sia's atomic bomb stockpile,
none of them authoritative,
have run from five to 5. Es-
timates of the United States'
stockpile, also unofficial, ran
from SO* to 1,000 bombs).
lit an effort to head off con-
tentions that foot soldiers will be
uselees In an atomic war, Vin-
son said Russia had at least 175
ready divisions of ground troops.
"A military vacuum exists in
Europe which the United States
must help fill. The United States
knows Russia Is willing, as In Ko-
rea, to put her military force to
the test."
The House Is badly split on the
Draft and UMT bill. Amend-
ments, many of them considered
crippling by the bill's backers,
are being drawn up by the dozen.
Four days general debate start-
ed today. Voting starts next
to visit the United States while
In office.
Following the noon parade,
Auriol was the guest of honor
at a luncheon given by Trygve
Lie, Secretary General of the
United Nations.
Columbia University later con-
ferred an honorary Doctor of
Laws degree upon Auriol, who
concludes his seven-dav visit to-
morrow with a tour of the Unit-
ed Nations after lunching with
Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt and re-
viewing the cadets at West
He leaves tomorrow night for
a five-day visit to Canada.
WATERTOWN, Mass., Apr. J
(UP)A twice-told Ule got
James F.. Penney Into trouble.
He was stopped by two po-
licemen for a traffic violation.
Penney told one of the offi-
cers a sad tale of family trou-
bles and the policeman waved
him on without giving him a
ticket. Then the officer re-
turned to the police cruiser and
related Fenney's story to his
The second policeman re-
membered hearing the same
tale from Penney Just a week
It's the invasion season
Nobody Comes Out To Predict War This
YearBut Who Expected Pearl Harbor?
Blowtorches Clear
Heligoland Island
Of Red Squatters
KIEL, Germany, April 3 (UP)
Police said here today that
they have cleared Heligoland Is-
land of alleged Communist
squatters, and announced the
arrest of 15 persons, Including
four girls.
The 15 were barricaded to an
old flak tower, which the police
opened with blow torches.
Heligoland, a German island
In the North Sea, has been used
since the war as a British and
United States bombing range.
Last winter an attempt to pre-
vent the bombing by occupying"
the island was made by German
Nationalists. This second group
is reportedly supported by the
Communist Free German Youth
NEW YORK. April 3 (UP) spring.
IS that there will not be a Euro- restlessness to grow into revolt,
pean war "on purpose" this And he faces that danger so long
It Is revival of the Hitler tech- .
nique of a war of nerves, but this rae_ Boarf1,
High School PTA
Executives Meet
Tomorrow At JWB
Members of the Executive Com-
mittee of the Balboa Junior-
Senior High School Parent-
Teacher Association are schedul-
ed to meet tomorrow evening In
the library of the Jewish Wel-
as Marshal Tito continues to de- time the Allies seem ready to
The annual Invasion season has One could start accidentally In monstrate to the world that even meet it with a calm, steady at-
half a a small nation does not have to tltude.
started In Europe. half a dozen places for
If World War HI is going to dozen reasons a Yugoslavian knuckle under to Moscow,
take place this year it probably border brawl, a political assas- Tito Is the seed from which
will break out between now and sination. a revolt in a Commun- dissatisfaction with Moscow
June 15. Snow Is disappearing 1st satellite nation, an armed flows. Stalin cannot undertake
from everywhere but the tallest clash In the powder keg of Ber- to liquidate him without running
mountains. The ground will soon lln where the rival armies stand a serious risk of starting a world
armies will face to face, an internal crisis in war.
Iran which the Russians would He cannot even incite Ruma-
selze upon to try to capture the nla, Hungary and Bulgaria to
be drying out, and
be able to more.
All present Indications are
that Stalin intends to make sup-
pression of opposition within the
satellites the first item of busi-
ness. Purges are under way In
Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria
and Albania.
No responsible Allied states-
man or military commander
publicly predicted war this
year. Nobody predicted Pearl
Harbor either.
The hard fact is that they are
not the men who are going to
decide whether it Is war or
Stalin is caught between two
factors fear of the United
States' ability to deliver atom
bombs on Russian targets, and
a growing restlessness Inside
the Communist satellite na-
There may be unrest inside
Eeace. That decision is going to
e made by the dozen men who Russia Itself but if so the news
make up the Russian Polltbu- has not come through the Iron
reau. Curtain.
The safest prediction to make Stalin cannot afford to allow
If he succeeds In that campaign
undertake the task for him with- he probably will give the world
out running that risk. Korea set a postponment of disaster. If not
the pattern and precedent. Pre- he may be forced to go to war
sident Harry 8. Truman has to unify European Communism,
committed the United 8tates to but he will do It reluctantly, and
defend nations against aggres- as a measure of last resort,
sors everywhere.
Russian armies will soon be
"maneuvering." Actually they
will be taking up positions
from which they would be
readv to attack Western Eu-
rope when and if Moscow gives
the word.
They will discuss the sympo-
sium on the education system of
the Republic of Panam which
will be given at the April 24
meeting of the PTA.
Due to attend the meeting
are: W. H. Essllnger, incoming
president, Mrs. D. H. Ladd, Mrs.
Charles Brand!. Mrs. E. L. Cot-
ton, Mrs. David Yerkes, Miss
Margaret Whitman, High School
Bridges Wants
M'Arthur Home
For Conference
Senator Styles Bridges. R.,
N.H., today urged congress to
call General Douglas MacArthur
home to get his advice on end-
ing the Korean War and clarify-
ing United States policy In the
Far East.
Bridges recommended that
Congress recall MacArthur "as a
first step toward an American
policy for the defense of Amer-
ica in Asia."
MacArthur has been- away
from the United States since
1837, though there have been
Intermittent demands from
members of Congress since the
end of World War II that he be
Invited home to testify.
Bridges said MacArthur ap-
parently Is the only authority
who has any positive Ideas
about ending the Korean War.
He said: "In spite of this fact
he has been muzzled by the
Truman Administration. Some
observers believe this Is another
example of how the American
State Department carries out
the foreign policy of England
and France."
He recalled that he proposed
that United States forces be
withdrawn from Korea or that
MacArthur be allowed to bomb
and blockade Communist China
and use forces offered by the
Chinese Nationalists.
He said: "The Korean War is
not going to go away if we turn
our heads and pretend It Is an
Rentals In CZ For
Commercial Firms
Going Up Double
Rental on various buildings
and sites occupied principally by
commercial firms operating in
the Canal Zone will be doubled
after July 1 of this year in lieu
of a tax for the operation of the
Canal Zone Government, it was
announced yesterday at Balboa
Notices of the rental Increases
will be mailed Individually to the
firms or persons concerned with-
in the next few days.
The Increase Is the same as
that recenlty announced for Ca-
nal quarters occupied by persons
who are not employed by the Ca-
nal and Railroad.
Although the principal group
to be affected by the Increase of
rents for buildings and sites will
be shipping and oil companies
operating In the Zone, the in-
creases will also apply to agri-
cultural licenses and commercial
gardens. The rental on garden
plots, other than commercial
vegetable and fruit gardens,
mostly operated by Chinese gar-
deners, will not be Increased at
this time as these fees were re-
cently doubled.
The principal outside income
from the rental of buildings and
sites comes from the use of of-
fice space and from oil tank
farm leases. In addition, there
are over 400 outstanding land
licenses for agriculture and com-
mercial gardens.
US Civil Service
Announces Exams
In 12 Categories
The United States Civil Ser-
vice Commission has recently
announced examinations for
these positions: office machine
operator and office machine
trainee; Uthogr a p h 1 c offset
pressman and foreman; radio
engineer; operating engineer;
principal TheoFHotz^ Junior lltn^nlc arafUman: boiler
High School principal Frank A.
Cstles, Mrs. H. L. Bach, Paul
Duran, Mrs. Eleanor Jacobs, Sgt.
William 8. Loehr and George Lee.
Washington Pressmen
Stalin 1s on the receiving end | WJ M_lirn t Prensa
of a war of nerves too He passes Will Mourn LA rrensa
through that unhappy expert-1 WAHn,NaTON Aoril 3 (UP)
ence every time he looks on the w*" ,.";rr... rif.h h.r.
latest figures of Russia's stock-!-The National Press Club here
pile of atom bombs and wonder j will fly the United States flag
how much bigger the United at half staff Friday in protest
State figure could be. 'again* the closure o La Prensa.
fireman; Inspector of locomo-
tives; Inspector of hours of ser-
vice; inspector of railway sign-
aling and train control; and
Inspector of safety appliances.
Application forms and com-
plete Information concerning the
announcement may be obtained
from J. A. Yates, Secretary of
the Board of U. 8. Civil Service
Examiners, Room 102, Admin-
istration Building, Balboa
TOKYO, April 3 (UP) General Douglas MacArthur
appears to be looking to the Allied Air Forces to make up
for the deficiency in numbers of the 8th Army as an
estimated 504,000 Red troops stand ready to strike at the
center of the Allied line in Korea.
The Red attack is expected at any time now the spring
rainy season has begun to bog down heavy Allied trans-
ports in deep mud.'
The Air Forces are responding to MacArthur's expec-
tations with round-the-clock attacks on Red dumps and
communications: More than 700 of 2,100 Communist
trucks spotted last night were attacked by night fighters.
In a visit to the South Ko-
rean forces on the East Coast
today MacArthur Jeeped five
miles across the 38th parallel.
On his return to Tokyo he
said: "Our troops still maintain
the Initiative. Our strategy re-
mains unchanged and Is based
on maneuver and not position-
al warfare."
His remarks were taken to
mean that the 8th Army will
not be content to dig in and
wait for the Red offensive, but
will strike boldly Into Commun-
ist north Korea In an attempt
to keep the Communists off
United States forces surged
across the parallel In strength
for the first time today in a
challenge to the massing Reds.
Gromyko Overturns
Big Four Agenda
Agreement Hopes
PARIS. April S (UP) Rus-
sia's Insistence on discussing the
Atlantic Pact and United States
bases In Europe has sent hopes
skidding for an early agreement
on a Big Four Foreign Ministers
conference agenda.
The West understood Russian
deputy Andrei Gromyko to say
at a friendly luncheon over the
weekend that he would drop the
Item from the proposed agenda
after the West had argued that
the Atlantic Pact should be dis-
cussed under general "level of
But to the complete astonish-
ment of the Western delegations
yesterday Oromyko turned round
and Insisted with Russian vehe-
mence that the Atlantic Pact and
United States bases be Included
on the agenda.
One Western delegation mem-
ber said perhaps Gromyko Just
wanted to make negotiations a
little more difficult to "prove to
Moscow that he had not gone
soft in Paris in the spring."
Rolando Linares, Jr.
Named Secreta Chief,
Replacing Poveda
Rolando Linares. Jr. was nam-
ed today by President Arnulfo
Arias as Inspector General of
Panama's 8ecret Police.
He succeds Juan de Dios Pove-
da. who has been transferred to
the post of consulting attorney
to the Social Security Organiza-
Linares comes to his new post
as head of the "Secreta" from
that of Chief of Customs at To-
cumen Airport.
He was also employed for a
time with the Panama Air De-
pot at Albrook Air Force Base,
and lived in New York for about
12 years.
They did not advance In a
solid line all along the 10-mlle
crossing front, but patrolled
where they had not moved up
In force.
These penetrations were on
the Western front.
Fighters and fighter bombers
kept up their attack on the
Communist buildup. South Af-
rican Air Force Mustangs hit
road traffic and rail lines In
the NamchonJon-81nmak sector.
Marine fighter planes damaged
a railroad tunnel near Pyong-
Some S4 Superforts flew
through snow gnd icing from
Japa.i to bombard targets near
Hamhung and Pyongtyang with
250 tons of bombs. They met
moderate antiaircraft fire and
no fighters.
United SUtes Sabre Jet fight-
ers downed three MIG Jets and
damaged three more in a long
air battle south of Slnulju.
The battle started when a
flight of Shooting Stan went to
aid a Shooting Star which had
been Jumped by 11 MIGs.
After 25 minutes of Incon-
clusive battle the Shooting
Stars, running low on fuel,
turned the fight over to 2
; Sabres. By this time there were
30 to 40 MIGs In the fight. They
had red stars on their wings.
In five minutes the Sabres
shot down three MIGs and dam-
aged three more.
Peron Will Run
Again Tor Good
Of The Fatherland'
President Juan Peron today
told a group of legislators from
San Luis and Santa Fe that he
would seek re-election in 1952
"If that Is what Is most conve-
nient for the country."
The legislators had urged him
to run again when his present
term expires.
Peron said: We must examine
the problem coolly when the op-
portune time comes, and In the
light of the situation at that last
"Then, having only the alms of
the fatherland In sight, we must
say 'This must be done. This will
be done'."
Spuds Chisel In
On Apple Game
(UP) The Utah oririnatori
of "spudnuts," a nationally-
known potato doughnut, report
there are about 34 "ipudnut
shops" operating in the United
Stales and Canada.
A. W. and Robert P. Peltoi
are now trying a new product
which they call a "spadover."
It's like their spudnut, they say,
in that it utilizes the potato at
a base.
But it wiU taste like an apple
Scotland Yard Solves Theft
Of Stone-But Now What?
LONDON. April 3 (UP) Scot- small group which executed the
land Yard has solved the theft of raid might spur the growing
the historic Stone of Scone, but movement for "devolution" a
a ticklish political question has new relationship with England
intervened to prevent the imme- in which Scotland would have Its
dlate arrest of the culprits and own parliament and something
the return of the famous relic. Juat short of Commonwealth
The situation Is so delicate status,
that Scotland Yard's report will But to mollify the English At-
almost certainly be considered tlee must discourage anyone
by Prime Minister Clement At- breaking into Westminster Ab-
tlee and the Cabinet. bey, the most sacred shrine In
the Empire, and carrying off a
The stone was stolen from the relic of such irreplaceable lm-
Coronatlon Chair In Westminster portance to the Crown.
Abbey on Christmas Day by .....
Scottish Nationalists who main- One of the clues which led to
tain that King Edward unlaw- the raiders was obtained by
fully conveyed the stone from checking library cards showing
Scone to Westminster in 1296. who had read up on the stone
The problem before Attlee Is before it was taken,
how to proceed without Inflam- From six to 13 medals are be-
ing Scottish nationalist aentl- lng made by Scottish Natlonal-
mnt 1st for the men who retrieved
The arrest of members of the the stone from England.

Cargo and FreightShips and Planes- Arrivals and Departures
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................April 16
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................April 20
S.S. Levers Bend ..............................April 20
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................April 30
(Hindllni Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo)
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cumberland.........................April S
S.S. Cape Ann................................April 20
S.S. Cape Avinof ..........,...................April 24
S.S. Cape Cod..................................May 1
Freight Saltillo Weekly from Havana U Cristobal
Weekly SaiHngt to Mew York Lo Angeles, San Francisco, Saattlt
Occasional Sailing! to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers In this service are limited to twelve passengers)
l requem freight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Midnight
S.S. Chiriqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 16
S.S. Chiriqui...................................April 30
The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company
Royal Mail Lines Lid.
M.V. "SALINAS" (omits Chile)...................April 6th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"*....................May 2nd
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".................... .May 26th
M.V. "LOCH AVON" .............................April 23rd
M.V. "LOCH GARTH" ...........................April 28th
S.S. "DALERDYK" ...............................April 13th
S.S. "BERBICE" .................................April 28th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available tor passengers.
All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV CO.. Cristobal Tel. 1694 1655
FORD COMPANY INC.. Panam Tel. 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1905

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6 Roman
7 Flower
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31 Ancestor of
32 Hammer head
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38 Eye (Scot.)
30 Follower
41 Indian lemur
46 Eucliaristic
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47 Mouth part
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Shipping & Airline News
To Down Under
The New Zealand Shipping
Line s Rangitane is due tomor-
row in Cristobal en route from
England to New Zealand. She-has
over 400 passengers aboard a
full load.
Rangitane will berth In the
Canal Zone, probably at Baibca,
before continuing her long voy-
Boarding the ship here will be
Mr. and Mrs. James Dorreen and
their two children, who arrived
Monday aboard the Santa Maria
of the Grace Line from Talatu,
Peru. They are frequent travel-
lers through the Isthmus.
A shipment of coffee, consign-
ed to Europe, was loaded here
last night aboard the Johnson
Line's new passenger freighter
Seattle. The cargo was to have
been loaded in Cristobal but the
Seattle arrived from Vancouver
too late yesterday for transit and
docked in Balboa. The coffee was
shipped across the Isthmus by
rail to be loaded on the Pacific
Local agents for the Johnson
Line are Panama Agencies.
Oil Executive.
MacKenzie Porter, president ol
the Arrow OH Company of San
Francisco was a visitor here yes-
terday. He arrived early Monday
from Miami via PAA's El Inter-
amerlcano and left today by
plane for Costa Rica, en route to
California via Central America.
During his stay he was a guest at
the Hotel El Panama.
bove eliminating the Los An-
geles stop and the other elimin-
ating a call at the Columbia Riv-
The third service will be that
operating between the West
Coast and Gulf Ports. Raclfic
Shipper reports that this will be
maintained by two Victory ships
on 28-day sailing frequency. They
will load westbound at Tampa,
New Orleans and Mobile for Los
Angeles and San Francisco.
East bound loading will -be
made In San Francisco, Stockton,
and Los Angeles, for Havana,
Tampa, New Orleans and Mobile.
Luckenbach ships are handled
locally by Wllford McKay.
What Hoppen?
Written for NEA Service
General Motors
John Redding, General Motors
representative in Valparaiso, ar-
rived here yesterday as a tran-
sient passenger aboard the Grace
Line's Santa Maria. With Mrs
Redding, he spent the day as the
guest of Alexander Areffl of Pa-
nama's General Motors agency.
Thev rejoined the Santa Maria
on the Atlantic Side to continue
theL- voyage to New York.
Disembarking here was Sixto
Duran Bailen, Ecuadorian am-
bassador to Panama.
Italian Minister
Courtesy of the port has been
arranged for Antonio Rosset De-
sandre, Italian minister to Pim-
ama. He Is arriving Thursday
from Italy aboard the SS Anto-
nletto Usodimare.
New Service
The Luckenbach Line C-2
freighter Mary Luckenbach was
northbound yesterday through
the Canal, en route from Ssn
Pedro to New York. She will go
from New York to Boston to in-
augurate a westbound schedule
for Luckenbach which calls for
stops at Philadelphia, Port New-
ark and Brooklyn for San Fran-
cisco direct. On the new run, ac-
cording to the Mar. 12 Issue cf
the Pacific 8hipper, the Los An-
geles stop will be eliminated.
On the same run will be the C-4
Marine Arrow, the C-4 Marine
Flyer and the C-2 Florence Luc-
The new service was announc-
ed as one of three lntercoastal
services. Two originate at Boston
on the East Coast, one tha a-
Philippine Huks
Revealed Traimnjr/
In Communist China
MANILA, April 3 (UP)Eighty
Hukbalahap leaders are being
trained in guerrilla tactics In
Communist China, a Senate
committee was told here today.
The informations was dis-
closed in documents seized by
the Military Intelligence Service
in connection with the deporta-
tion of Chinese millionaire Ko
Pak to Formosa as a Red suspect.
The documents indicated Ko
Pak was responsible for sending
Huk leaders to China, and de-
frayed their expenses.
He headed 10,000 Chinese Reds
in the Philippines. These Chi-
nese are believed ready to par-
ticipate in large scale operations
with the Huks under the leader-
ship of the Huks being trained in
Red China.
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One test of a really fine player
is whether or not he gives his op-
ponents every possible chance 10
make a mistake. This principle
can be illustrated by a hand from
a recent ieam-of-four matcii.
In both rooms, West opened
the Jack of spades and continued
the suit when declarer held up.
In each room South won the
third round of spades with the
ace and then lost a diamond fin-
esse to East's king. In each room
also, East cashed the last spade
and exited safely with a dia-
Here, however, the play in the
two rooms differed. In the first
room, when-declarer ran off his
diamonds West discarded sow
duba. His reasoning was simple
but not accurate. He thought
that his clubs would never take a
trick and that his queen of hearts
might. Therefore he discarded
clubs and kept his hearts.
Declarer noted the club dis-
cards and properly decided that
Wes'- did not have the queen oi
clubs. He therefore cashed Ihe
kin? of clubs and finessed
through East's queen for his
ninth trick.
In the second room the West
player went to the trouble of
counting up South's tricks. It was
clear taht South had exactly ont
spade trick and four diamonds. It
was obvious that South had the
ace of clubs, since otherwise ne
couldn't have any reasonaole
sort of opening bid. Hence two
clubs and a heart were also sure
to be won by declarer. Since this
accounted for eight tricks, West
knew that there would be no pro-
blem if South had the king cf
hearts or the queen of clubs. In
either case South would have
nine cold tricks.
West therefore assumed that
his partner had both the king cf
hearts and the queen of clubs.
There was no need to hang on
tlghtl> to all of the hearts as long
as his pii-tner had the kln^.
Therefore West discarded two
hearts and only one club In the
hope that South would mlsguets
the Club situation.
' Perhaps South should have
read the club situation anyhow,
but he was Influenced by the fart
that West had discarded only one
club, while East had discarded
two. He therefore decided to play
West for the queen of clubs, and.
of course, lost his contract.
The difference between the
play of the West hand in the two
rooms was not that either West
player made any serious blundc/.
It was merely that one player
made things easy for declarer
and the other made things dlif'.-
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ROTC Cadets Get Knocked Out In Camp-But They Like It
___ o ___ stiff inspection. One group went | ,. VmlfWi 'TP^t,m-
"And what can we do to pamper you?" one doting
Pacific Side parent asked her ROTC son when he stumbled
home decidedly not fresh after four days of camp at Fort
"Just let me sleep," he moaned, as he collapsed. But
five minutes later he was assuring everyone in sight that,
given 24 hours sleep, he would be quite ready to start it
all over again.
With 180 cadets from both sides
of the Isthmus, the ROTC unit
took off for Fort Kobbe about
mldmomlng the first day of Eas -
ter vacation. It took the rest ol
the morning for bunks to be set
uo and equipment stowed away.
but by afternoon the cadets wero
ready for an hour of drill, an hour
of tactics and an hour of organ-
ized athletics.
After that they were free until
10 p.m.. or until 20 minutes after
the lact movie by which time ev-
ery cadet was expected to be
stowed In for the night. During
the entire four-day stay they had
to sign out leaving their barracks.
were permitted to go to the PX,
movies and swimming pool, but
officers and NCO clubs and tne
quarters area were off limits foi
On Tuesday, they really swuns
Into Army life. Up at 6 a.m., they
had to police their barracks for a
MaJ. Gen. Ray E. Porter. Commanding General. USARCARIB,
Inspects the ROTC Cadets at Fort Kobbe.
stiff inspection. One group went
off for a morning at the close
combat course while another was
taken to Venado beach for a pro-
blem. The two groups met for
chow at the beach and then re-
versed positions. Back about 3
p.m. they had to clean their ri-
fles and themselves before they
were free.
Wednesday morning, reveille
came at 5 o'clock, much to the
apparent horror of most of the
cadets. They went that day to the
Empire range for a familiariza-
tion course on the M-l rifle and
carbine. Half of the group work-
ed in the pits, raising, lowering,
repairing and marking targets
while the other half lired. Lator
they changed places and finished
their Hiring early In the after-
noon! after taking time out to
eat Most useful piece of equip-
ment, they found, was their can-
Back at Kobbe they were given
"ample time," a half-hour, to
change for a review and after
that were free for a buffet dinner
and hangar-dance with girls who
had come out from town to join
Their last day they gave a ful
dress parade on the Kobbe air-
strip for Maj. General Ray E.
Porter. Like more than one sol-
dier before them, the cadets felt
the force of the sun and three of
them passed out on the sun-bak-
ed concrete, without, however, se-
rious results.
Packing up, cleaning the bar-
ractu took lio the rest of the
morning and at noon the cadets
split into groups of 15 for lunch
with various regular Army units.
Naturally there was horseplay
during the camp. One cadet's bed
mysteriously disappeared: a
sleeper was carefully carried on-
to the shower but as carefully re-
moved when his bearers changed
their minds about soaking him:
an attempt was made to cart an
empty bed Into a latrine but this
was abandoned when the engin-
V JLjIjM.\ Announces that
our MAIN STORE 21 Central Avenue
will be closed every day during the noon
hour (12:30 to 2).
wilt continue remaining open during the
noon hour.
ROTC Cadet Squad Leaders study the situation during a lull In the battle with other Cadets
at Fort Kobbe. Standing, left to right, are Fr ancls Wong, Don Connor, and Bill Joyce. Kneel-
ing are Carlos de la Ossa and Radioman Theodore Chin.-
(Official U.S. Army Photograph by Lynch)
eerlng aspects of this project
proved insoluble.
In charge of the camp was
Major Wayne L. Bart. Professor of
Military Science and Tactics at
the two Zone high schools and
his assistants. Lt. John M. Nolan,
M-Sgt. George F. Wood. M-8gt.
Louis A. Vlggl8no. and M-Sgt.
Kendall B. McClure.
Kefauver Would Cut Big Time Crime
By FCC Control Of Horse Racing Wire
Chairman Estes Kefauver, D..
Tenr... said here the nationwide
Investigation by his Senate Crime
Commltte may have hurt the De-
mocratic Party In "partlcu'ar
spots" but that the party as a
whole had suffered no ;reat
He also said that as a result of
the committee's hearings in New
York He would not vote to con-
firm former New York Mayor
William O'Dwyer as Ambassador
to Mexico If that Issue were be-
fore the Senate now.
Kefauver was Interviewed on
the National Broadcasting Com-
pany's television show. "Meet The
He said the committee's lnvis-
tia'lon had established that
fhTe ere links between the un-
derworld and Tammany Hall in
New York and he believed the
Democratic National Committee
"could do something about It it
lt wanted to "
Kefauver said his committee
had found that there Is no single
person runnlnt the underworld
in the United States, but that nils
makes the crime problem more
difficult because so many men on
so many "levels" have to be i jc-
He reported that there !s a
"Maila-type" organization that
seems to weld the various crime
rings. But lt Is not so much an
outright group, he said, as a way
of criminal Ufe.
Albert Anastasia, reputed "Lord
Execution" In the Infamous Mur-
der Inc.. gang, has been cited by
the commlltee for contempt tor
refusing to answer questions at a
closed session in New York. Anas-
tasia may be called to Washing-
ton to testify after the commit-
tee coincides Its reports.
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of Hew
York pardoned narcotics kin.?.
Charles "Luckv"Luciano becan.-c
he gave some Information to Hie
navy "they thought had some va-
Kefauver said he did not think
the pardon was justified but he
refused to pass final judgment
because he did not have "all vne
testimony on the other side.'
(Dewey declined to come to the
New York committee hearhivs
out offered to testify If the com-
mittee would come to Albany. He
was sick at the time.)
He thinks New York under-
world leader Frank Costello, al-
ready cited by the Senate for
contempt, was admitted to th"
United 8tates fraudulently and
that the government has the
power to deprive him of his cltl
zenshlp. But, he added, the gov-
ernment has no power under pre-
sent laws to deport him.
Sifauver said the committee's
f legislative aim will be to
break the Interstate ties of crime
and reduce lt to a local level
where lt can be attacked by what
he called an "aroused" public.
He said the first major re-
commendation would be for some
way to control or regulate Conti-
nental Press, horse racing wire.
He personally favors putting the
racing wire under FCC Jurisdic-
He said the second major re-
commendation would deal witn
moves to crack down on gamblers
and gangsters through their in-
come taxes.
In this connection, he laid the
Treasury has "done a whole lot
to Improve the situation and has
gone after the gangsters Itself"
sine? the Committee accused lt of
laxity In an interim report. .
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cntl-Sovlet guerrilla leader said
here today that the underrirounel
movements In some satellite
countries have become so strong
local Communist officials don't
dare carry out government direc-
tives for farming and Industry.
The guerrilla leader. Boris Gre-
gorich, estimated that more than
1.000 Communist officials have
been assassinated In Poland, the
Ukraine. Bulgaria and Romania
in the past year.
Gregorlch. a short squat man
with broad shoulders and a
square chin, prematurely gray at
37, was contacted through a pro-
Western embassy In London.
' He came here at the reauest
of the "Central European Federal
Government." an emlsre group
with representatives from aH the
Ba'kan states, the Ukraine, Lat-
via. Estonia and Lithuania.
He said: "We have large bands
"Derating In Poland, the Ukraine,
Romania arid Bulgaria. We are
now so strong we are ready to co-
ordinate our forces to strike
where we are needed most."
Gregorlch spoke in halting
German.-Black eyes blazing from
behind a long straight nose, he
described gun battles with local
Bulgarian police and then flight
to the hills when Russian troops
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sped to the scene in armored cars.
He said:
"I don't know bow many Rus-
sian troops there are in the
Balkan countries. But I know
that our Romanian brothers
were so good at sabotage in the
oilfields that the Russians in-
creased their forces there from
20.080 to 50.000 last year."
Gregorlch said his band oper-
ates mostly In Bulgaria. It had
blown up at least 10 oil trains
which had come in from Ro-
manian fields.
He said: "Anti-Soviet forces In
Poland and the Ukraine are
much larger than ours, but we
are growing daliy.
"Many In our ranks are Com-
munists who are Bulgarians first
and cannot stomach the high-
handed methods the Russians
have used In Bulgaria.
"The Russians are now oper-
ating most of our factories, and
they must approve the Commu-
nist officials who run the cooper-
ative farms.
"These officials, used" to coerce
farmers to Join the cooperatives,
but they don't any more. Any of-
ficial who uses force against a
worker or farmer Is signing his
death warrant, and he knows It.
' The result has been that nei-
ther industry nor agriculture has
come anywhere near meeting
Five Year Plan quotas.
"Our object is not to ruin the
economy of our own country but
to keep our best products from
going to Russia. Sabotage is cen-
tered more along the railways
than In the factories themselves
"Many of our men have been
shot for treason, and manv in-
nocent men have been killed for
acts we committed, but our ranks
grow stronger dally.
"They will continue to grow till
we are free."
Receiving Ms noon meal In the field Is ROTC Cadet Robert
G. Harrell of Balboa High School. He Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Harrell. of Ancon.
(Official U.S. Army Photograph by Shlreling)
President's 1952 Plans
Keep Polticos Guessing
President Harry 8. Truman's se-
cret decision on whether he will
run for re-election next year had
the politicians guessing 'today
which way it will be.
Some think he will. 8ome
think he won't. Some think his
nresent plans, whatever th,ev may
be. are subject to change by
shifting circumstances during
the next 12 months.
The President has said he has
decided his future political plans
but hasn't told anyone yet and
won't until he gets good and
Those who believe Mr. Truman
will run again look at lt this
1. PersonalityHe Is a proud
man and public opinion polls
showing that-his stock Is low of-
fers a challenee. similar to 1948,
which he Is not likely to take sit-
ting down.
8. SuccessorThere Is no sign
of a genuine buildup of an heir-
apparent. Democrats who aspire
to the Job must keep their ambi-
tions under wraps until he re-
moves himself from the nlcture.
The longer he delays, the less
time there Is to build un another
candidate In the public's eye.
3. PressureThose closest to
the President. Dartlrularlv those
with high ranking jobs that de-
pend on his continuing In office,
would want him to run aealn.
4. What else to doThe Presi-
dent is far too active, physically
and mentall". to sit back and po
to seed. But he Isn't a lawyer or
business executive nor any great
shakes as a writer. He mleht like
to return to his old Senate seat.
But if he is golne to run forofflce
it might as well be for the top
Those whd think Mr. Truman
will not run again look at lt this
1. AgeMr. Truman will be 68
in May, 1952. Another fqur years
In the White House would take
him up to 72. The only man In
history to be lnaueurated at the
age of e&^was William Henry
Harrison, w\o died soon after-
2. Person|ity-^fho lack of per- i
sonal freedom w&ich the Presl-!
dency entails is irksome to a man
of Mr. Truman'i ebullient char-'
acter. He lives In a fish bowl. He
calls the White House a "prison."
3. FamilyThe President Is de-
voted to his wife and daughter
and thev probably would rather
he didn't run again, particularly '
after the attempt on his life last
November, 1
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Mrs. Bertha E. Wright, of Salt
Lake City and Los Angeles. Is di-
recting the next Theater Guild's
production. A. A. Milne's human
and delicately Ironic play, "Do-
ver Road "
It will play at the Diablo Thea-
ter April 25 and 26.
Many years ago Mrs. Wright
graduated from the Amer'i-.irl
Academy of Dramatic Art In Car-
negie Hall. New York. She has al-
so studied and worked at.the
University of Southern Califor-
nia and the Pasadena Commun-
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Key Players Expected To Contribute To Final 451 Standings
Indium, With Excellent Pitching Staff,
united fre^siiorts WfUfr
PHOENIX, Ariz., Apr. 3 lUPi
If pitching is 75 per cent of a ball
club, the Cleveland Incjians are
" 100 per cult on the way.
Cleveland boasts enough top-
flight hurlers to make it a valid
contender in the 1851 American
League pennant scramble, but an
Inexperienced infield may keep
tile Indians away from the top.
Al Lopez, pilotn the Indian
for the first time, is confident
bis cluli ill be in the thick of
the first division fight but he
Isn't at all certain his charges
can head off the stampeding
"From what I've seen this
spring." Lopez says, "I feel we
will be able to hold our own with
anv club in the league. The boys
have been hustling since the first
day and we figure to be In first
class shape when the season
"I'm not at all worried about
the pitching." he added, "and if
our young Infield holds togeth-
er, we're liable to spring a sur-
Bob Lemon, the ace of Cleve-
land's mound staff who has won
20 or more games for the past
three seasons, says he feels he
will have another good year.
"A lot depends on the breaks,"
he admitted. "If some of the oth-
er pitchers and myself can get
enough runs, we'll do fine Other-
wise, it could be rough. The ball
club, though, looks a lot better lo
Bob Feller, a 16-game winner
last season, also is in first class
physical shape and appears
ready to Improve on His 1950
showing. Early Wynn, who won
18 games last year, says, there
is no reason \ynv he can't at
least duplicate that total this
Burly Mike Garcia and Steve
Grtmek also are available s
starting pitchers and each is cap-
able of giving the "Big Three" an
occasional lift.
"One of our main problems."
Lopez explained, "is relief pitch-
ing. We think we will find a good
She from among Al Olson, Boh
lhakales, G e r a 1 d Fahr and
gorge Zuverlnk. all rookies."
thers who may qualify for the
number one bullpen berth are
Southpaws Sam Zofriak and Dick
Rozelc and Right-hander Jess
Hulking Luke Easter again will
be installed at first base with
speedy Roberto Ayila at second
i Ray Boone is staled for short-
stop and home run hitting Al Ro-
sen at third base. George Stirrt-
weiss. former A L. batting champ,
and Merrill Combs have been
_j|btained from the St. Louis
Jjrowns for added strength, alone
-with utility men Lou Klein and
J Orestes Minoso.
Larry Doby. a .326 hjtter last
season, has been hitting just
e> |s sharply as ever and will play
center field. Dale Mitche)l. an-
JJ other consistent .300 hitter will
m, be In left field and there if a
good cliancf that Rookie'Harry
~ (Suitcase) Simpson, who hat-
T ted .323 with San niego last
i. year will win the right field
~ Bob Kennedy, who also can plav
lust base. Thurman Tucker and
Aliie Clark all are outfield can-
didates, too.
I plan to carry six outfielders
*lf nothing interferes with that
set-up.'' Lopez revealed.
Capable Jim Hegan. rated one
.Jf the best catchers in the cir-
..-tuit. will handle the bulk ot the
- backstop duties just as he did in
131 games last year.
Backing him up will be veter-
an Birdie Tebbetts. acquired from
the Red Sox. and gangling Ray
e Up As A merican League Contender
Af&te Gefaf Favored To Win
SftfWfistey'f Grand National

sprint s|iow ever
(hanges. The basic them? I enduripg. The conflict Between the
ambitious uungster and the entrenched veteran with tan>j|iar
overtones of the manager who personalises the boo^ i
itinerant scribes who Interpret it tor the home audience
MIAMI HIA( H.--Only the cast 1(1 baseball
awaiting fpe opening act.
Principal and performers come and go and their story seldom
varies from the stenciled pattern as arms wear out, popularity,
wanes and injustice strikes'. There was the warm spring day
when Walter Johnson, sitting in the Washington dugout, con-
fided: "This will be my last one. I know I'm through." It was
a confession from an old friend, not pleasant to hear, but yqu
knew it was true. Next year he was managing Newark.
On another spring day Joe McCarthy squinted across the
diamond 'watching Dizzy Dean warm up for the Cardinals. "That
tellow's lost his fast ball" observed the Yankee manager. "He's
not throwing loose any more.'' You looked. He wasn't. That fall
Dean was sold to the Cubs and was never to be a big winner
again. Sometimes the actual climax races ahead of the script.
A year ago at the time you sat with this same McCarthy in
the Red Sox dressing room. A^Ione. All the Boston players were
out In the field. Twice in a row the great manager ha'd seen his
men beaten at the wire after belated stretch drives. This time,
he gave you the Impression it wouldn't happen again. There "us
humor, ease and confidence in his manner and speech. It was
remarked that he seemed more contented than at any time since
he was with the Yankees.
This is a nice Ufe," he nodded.
Before the season was much past the half-way mark Mc-
Carthy hnd resigned, quit baseball and retired to his Buffalo
retreat, broken In health and spirit.
To the sidtllner It must seem baseball is the utopia of pro-
fessions from manager to player to bat boy. But It has Its griefs.
turmoils and bitterness, and inevitably there comes a time when
the flesh falls and the ardor dulls or fan clamor becomes too
demanding and there are sacrificial victims.
Bill McKechnle was one such. You see him down here from
time to time. His business Is citrus. Even now you can't name
two or three managers you'd rather have- It had conr tb a choice
between McKechnle and the Cincinnati fans arid the front office
v/ent along with the fans. It was easier than'fielding a winning
team. In '46 when McKechnia went out. weary of it a0, he was
the same gifted manager who had won pennants for the Reds in
'39 and '40. There is no business like baseball business.
Why would Joe DiMaggio. with his $100,000 sal
and still
salary and
the toast of the big town, be talking of quitting? This will be
my last year" he has told the scribes. "I want to get out before
I start to look bad." DiMaggio, a prideful fellow, would be like
that. But he has seen the end approaching. So have others- At
if you aran't the ball player you were at 26. When DiMaggio has
to run for a ball now it Is labor. It was effortless speed and
graceful motion. More and more he looks the part of the old ball
What Is play to some is work to others. The tourist will walk
miles over Florida golf courses, swim in the surf or bask In the
sun for hours. For him it's fun. expensive fun. To the veteran
bal lplayer, spring in the South or in the West is sheer drudgery
and the longer he's at it the more acute the physical agony, the
less enchanting the game becomes and the more he wonders If
It wouldn't hgve worked out better, after all. if he. had kept that
job at the gas station back home.
The show takes to the road this year without Eddie Dyer,
pelasant. mannerly, college-bred Texan whose option as manager
of the Cardinals was not taken up. The critics had not acclaimed
his work with unstinted raptyre. They Rereeivea an inadequacy
of sharpness and an absence of decision. But they hailed his
personality gnd integrity.
Yet with a more honest script he would not have failed. He
was asked, under changed ownership, to cope with situations
which were ungermane to the basic theme. An able pitcher had
been taken from him in a deal which saw one pplltlclan doing
another politician a trade favor. Dyer had not known of the sal
oi Murry Dlckson to the Pirates for $125.000 until he read the
papers. It cost him a pennant.
You could sense a year ago Dyer no longer commanded the
center stage In his own play and you predicted at the time that
If he didn't winand the odds were all against itthere would
be a new leading pian, but these incidents have a way of re-
peating themselves They ate the little taehind-the-scene drama
Mu-rav"who htiert 5t* in game^tth'the Indians irsea- and lnM*W' th8t IaVr the bQ0* and not aWays ** the belter"
If Cleveland continues to re-i
ceive top-flight pitching, it could I
run one-two from April until Oc-
"I'd be foolish to make any
pennant predictions." Lopez de-
clared, "especially when I still
don't know what I really have on
this club."
NAD Cops 2nd
Invitational CZ
Softball Title
The strong Naval Ammunition
Depot team managed by Tom
Murphy won the second annual
Gamboa Invitational Softball
Championship of the Canal Zone
by defeating the Cristobal All-
tjtar aggregation In the final
game by the score of 3 to 2 This
was the Identical score that the
final game ended up n last year
as the Marines of West Bank de-
feated the Chrysler-Plymouth
The championship game was
a pitchers' duel as Wallace of
NAD allowed five hits while the
winners could garner only four
nits Off' Ray Simons, the Cristo-
bal pitcher Po batter on either
team got more than one hit, Ar-
mntrout of Cristobal had a tri-
Sle. while Wikstrom had a double
) his credit.
The two teams advanced to the
finals With hard earned victories '
over two other opponents as the
Naval nine won a close decision i
over the Balboa AH-Stars by the
score of 8 to 6 and then defeated
the Firemen Insurance team by
he score of 8 to 5. Manager 8i:
mons' team defeated the Sumrhit
Radio Station team 4 to 2 and
then heat the Elks team 6 to. 2.
Pop Townsend's Balboa F.lks
team won third place money with,
4 to 3 victory over Firemen In-
urance In a well played game. |
All the scoring was done in the
first inning foi both teams, from '
then on Hllzinger of the Insu-
rance 'team a,nd Cheney of the
Elks settled down and pitched i
shutout ball the rest of the way! I
All the games in the tourney,
were close affairs and Interest-!
ing -to watch from a spectator's \
standpoint. The games were alj;
well attended and the sports-,
manship of the managers, play-
ers and fans i6 to be commend-
ed. The nad team, a a result of
their victory, won the $40.00 for
first place. $30 00 went to CriBto- |
bal for second place and the Elks '
took third place for $20.00.
The Gamboa Recreation Coup-
cil w'h use the money made at'
the concession stand to purchase i
a Canal Zone Elementary School
Swimm'ng Trophy, for swimming
awards fox the Labor Day. Swim-
ming Meet to be held in Gamboa.
The Physical Education and Re-
creation Section, which sponsor-
ed the tournament, would like to
thank the Recreation Council
members who worked during the
tournament along with the offl- j
clal scorer, announcer and bat
boys for the all-day affair.
Prior' lo tri final game, Cap-
tain William Ward gave five gold
baseballs to the most outstand-1
lng plavers of the Gamboa "D",
League baseball learn that won !
the Canal Zone Championship.
Don Ryter received the gold hall I
for the leading hitler on the team '
with an average of 480; Carlos j
Sci.sr was the leading plfi "r.
with 15 wins and two losses: ti.i
best sportsmanship ball went to!
Miles Metcalf. fltst baseman:
Captain John Magee received the
most valuable player award while
Kenny Morris was awarded a gold '
ball as the most improved player >
On the club over last vear. / I
The Naval Ammunition Depot
team announced immediately af- !
ter their victory that their victory
purse of $40.00 would be turned
over to tlie American, Cancer So-
ciety. The entire squad of the
LIVERPOpL. England, Apr 3
'UPi -Britishers are Investing
heavily these days In Arctic Gold,
from America. Arctic Gold Is ap
American steeplechase horse
owned By Jock Whitney.
The slVyear-uld; is favored to
win the historic Grand National
Steeplechase this vear, which will
be run at the Alntree Race Track,
near Liverpool, England. London
bookmakers list the American
entry at 15-2 for the gruelling
four and one-half mile race slat-
ed for this Saturd:,
Favorite's seldom win the
Grand National. Howcvci a
faultless jumping performance at
Doncaster--when Arctic p-old
romped home- resulted In book-
makers being overwhelmed with
bts for the Whitney horse.
Should 4rctlc Gold get his nose
in frpnt at the end of the hazard- J
ous and tiring journey over 3Q
jumps--qme fpur arid one-half
Pacific Beer loop
To Hold Big Party
41 Rancho Apr. 27
The Pacific Softball League
has completed arrangements for
a huge party at the'El Rancho on
April 27 to celebrate the ending
of the 1951 sQftball season.
All softballfir? ^nd their fami-
lies and frienda are exnected to
attend to witness the awarding of
the championship awards for the
winning team and for' individual
player honors.
Plans for the party include
dancing to the music of the Ran-
cheros apd the giving away of
numerous prizes during the eve-
ning! headed by a shiny new
Electrolux vacuum cleaner to
gladden the heart of any house-
It is expected that the festivi-
ties will get under way at 9 p.m.
Dlnner'or table reservations can
be made by calling Mr, Relssen
at Panam 2-1224. Tickets for
the affair can be obtained from
any player.
Derby Mount Poses
Problem For Arcaro
Jockey Eddie Arcaro says he
still hasn't decided whether he
will ride Battlefield in the Ken-
tucky Derby. Arcaro is playing it
close to the vest.
Arcaro rode Battlefield last
year as the George Wdener colt
cleaned up among the two-year-
old's. Battlefield won 10 out or 13
races, and his purses came dote
to $199.000. But he never rn
more than six and one-half fur-
longs, and the Derby distance Is
a infle and one-quarter
Arcaro savs hp has agreed to
ride Battlefield' in the Experi-
mental Handicap No. Two at Ja-
maica. Tnats a mile and one-
18th prep race for the Derby, and
Eddie probably will hold off on
a P&rby mount until he finds out
whether Battlefield can go the
Arcaro admits he Is greatly im-
pressed by Rough 'N Tumble, the
cql' he rode to victory In the
$,1001)00 Sania Anita peruv dur-
ing the winter: If Battlefield
I urns out to be nothing more
than a sprinter. It's likely Arcaro
will take the mount un Rough'T^
Tumble in the Derhy.
DI-RAN, Tel. -22

champions include the followmR
Blayers: Joseph Indelicato. Pat
iMartlno, Edward Toisn. Chas.
Cade. Frank Stowe. William
Beitz. ,'ewey Mollne. Milton Per-
kins. Matthew Howard. Adrian
Polan. Victor Wlsstrom. Don Brv-
and. John Wallace, Mike Mit/.el.
Tom Murph'. and cpaches Joe
PeSUva and Tt I Farrls.
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feet high apd three feet wide--
he'll be the first American-owned
horse to win slhce"l38: That
year Battleship. OWne'd by Mrs-
Marion Scott of Beflevtie. Dela-
ware, pulled an ujiset to win.
The BrltlsH-owned Freebooter
which won last year's Grand
Nationalis the solid second
choice- However, Freebooter has
the crushing top weight of 17$
pounds in the handicap. The only
horse eyer to win with tha.t much,
weight was the great Manifesto,
back In 1807. *
Britain Is having one of its
wettest spring seaspns In years,
and track experts predict (he turf
will be'mi'ddv at'starting time-
That should' favor some light-
weight outsider most of which
will go off at around loo-fo-l.
There seems little prospect o' a
fast time, and the record of nine
minutes. 20 and two-fifth seconds
apparently will'stay oh the books.
Two Games Separate
First 5 Teams In
Pacific Beer Loop
Teams Won Lost
r.*a. ............ 7 a
Lincoln Life........ 7 4
Firemfn's Ins........ 6
Fan Liquido........ S 5
Star & Herald...... 5 5
CAA.............. 0 I
With the league entering the
final two weeks o play the same
five teams that have been bat-
tling all the second half are still
in there with excellent chances"
o'f tftpDllnif the ETC's from the
lead. The Elks, first half champs,
have been overpowering the op-
position, piling up enough runs
in each game to win with ease.
This week Tuesday they meet
the P^n Liquido Beermen who
have Been giving 'them trouble
all season. Mahajjer Mfad's men
have taken the last two game's
from the Elks and will be gun-
ning for this one With allt'iev've
got to knock; off the high-flying
Elks and boost themselvps up in-
to conten lion.
A.11 they've shown in their last
two games won't he enough,
though, as the Brewery boys hayt
lookeV like anything but title
contenders in the last cour*le
weeks of play.
Tne maflhg Lincoln Lifers
continue to cftmb towards the
top. The mo.re player^ this team
loses by injuries, transfers, etc,
the tougher they seem to get.
With practically no pitching
staff, thev are getting h> now on
their hitting strength, suddenly
fon ,t! when'needed most.
The Star & Herald blew its
chances to move into the second
lot by losing a thriller to the
Flrem'eh's Ins. Friday night bv a
score of I to 0, as Lew Hllzinker
scored on a wild Ditch from third
base after Pitcher 'anss had
walked the oases fu'
The Jnsiirancenv.- ->ok like
the strongest threat u. 'he Elk?
The game Thursday ?ht this
week at Ancn b.e'We' i these two
teams should decide sojnelhlnc-
CAA has not won a game M* the
second half, but have b,f get-
ting tough breaks gah" after
game. They always put u, a bat-
tle for four or five Innings then
the roof falls In and when the
dust'clears It's somebody -se'*
The Softball party sch,$d,u'"d
for April 27 at El Rancho Is gain-
ing momentum and propilses to
be s. big affair'for local softball-
ers and their friends and fans.
League Secretary Harry Foster
has placed tickets with each play-
er, so don't miss getting yours.
Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggfc
Top list Of Ky Perfralas
By Stye Snider
MEW Y0W. April ? Tfd Willimn end 49? m*r
aid, no strangers at the head of the class, top the list of
y etow< MM 1?5! Mfljor taw pgnnant races.
twy flog contender has its Twi. ney can't all
product pennants but how they fare in '51 is Ijkely tp con-
tribute plenty tq the final standings next fall.
been having a tough spring with
Evt< fanf y a fast workout with the
punching bag makes you Jctl litter, loot
better. And speaking of workout
fanou^ Vitalis "60-Second Wqrkput"
make yVp fe^l fitter, hair look better.
B0 seconds' brisk mngate? wiib Mlimulal-
tiig Vitalia and you KEEL the difference
In jour scalp-prevent di yness, rout flaky
dandruff. Then 10 seconds to comb and
you see the difference in your hir far
bandsomer, healthier-looking, neatly
groomed. Get Vitli today!
NEW! For cream tonlp fans . llghter'-bodled "
Gives your hair that CLEAN-R6,0MP LQQJJ.
i).. '.......-- J.wu-.ia'j,. '
very wen, Indeed, last sfSson af-
ter Williams went out of action
ith an elbow injury receJyed ip
e All-star Game $oeven 'The
Unter Isn't indispensable. His
return with a (Juestlon-mark el-
bow this season puts him on the
spot even nlore than usual.
Sophpmpre. Walt Diooo. buck-
ing the sfecond vear jinx, and
fitcher Mel Parnell are others on
he Red Sorkers' IteV list.
nlM^ggio. Johnny Mlze and
Pellever Joe Rag? represent the
ew York Yankees In the group.
SiMae. perhaps on his las$ time,
round as a plaver, has been the
big guy" to the Yankees fdr
many a year. Mlze apparently is
.n hupe but has been used spar-
ingly this soring. Page U the key
to the pitching. A good year for
Joe should mean a good year for
yankee pitching.
Cleveland's Ml* arf ?'thfr
Bob l.emon. Mike C.arcia and
an all-sophomore infield- Lem-
on Mi'WnJi or more foes
for three straight years. Is the
yWfl. ***P.** t0 !f.Mst? % I
Garcia, average last vear. re-
turn to form and take up the
A comeback by sore-armed Vir-
fV Trueles Is Imperative to the
Detroit Tigftrs who have been
Slightly less than "sensational tnlsj
snring. So Is the run-producing
bllltv of Outfielders Vic Wrtz
nd Hoot Eyers.
Ruober-armed Jim Konstanty
of the Champion Philadelphia
Phils is the No. l maKe-or-break
figure In the National League-
With Phillies pitching even rhqre
of a' eamble "Han last year, when
Big Jim strode in from the bull-
pen H times on relief assign-
ment*. Konstanty towers above
e others Ip potential impor-
tance. Add Dick Sisler to the
Club's list.
injury and Illness, and Outfield-
er Bobby Thmhson
Boston Braves' Big Three ara
Pitchers Johnny Sain, Warren
Spahn and Vern Bhikford. Un-
less they repeat. thpjjr|yes have-
n't much foundation to lmptav
But don't b,?t the. rent mon^y.
Little League
San Antuni
biWa? ;
Judsori, Gumpert, Dprish and
001) 004 70} 9 1
410 0Q0 02x7- II 1
Jumpert, Dprish ni
Niarhos; Widmar. Bauer?. Fan
nln. Herrera, ifennedy and Moss
St. Petersburg, Florida
Boston (A) 000 000 0000 6 f-
St. L. (N) 200 000 OOx2 8 0
Parnell, Kinder and Rosar;
Staley. Boyer and Garagiola.
The tennis tournament held In
Diablo Tennis Courts Friday for
grade school children was play-
ed under a handicap. It started
oft very well but ended up with
the rain coming down.
Balboa won first places for
both boys and girls with Diablo
second and Pedro Miguel tlilid.
pamboa entries made fourth
places. The matches were hard
fought by Balboa and Diablo.
Lucille Albright was the girl
winner for' Balboa and George
Malby on fir place for Balboa
Diablo entries were Sue Taylor,
and Danny W'nklosky: they tried
very hard to take first place but
the B,albua'>S were just too good
With the racquet, not only in
serving but playing as well.
Janet Mulligan and Don Ryter
and Ande'rson"from Pedro Miguel
made third place.
Officiating was done by Mr.
pergeni from Gamboa Gymna-
sium. Mr. Malby from Balbp'a.
and Mr. Lelsy from Pedro Miguel
for ftfMtf Iffef-
tivefor both dulis and
children At your druggist-
The Pacific Little League
championship race Is turning in-
to a real tussle- After three weeks
of campaigning, three'teams ate
tied for first place and the fourth
team is only one gam'ebehind the
leaders. It is aulte evident that If
any team sustains any sort of a
winning streak, It vf\\l find it's>if
champions of the first hal_*.
There are only fdur gRie.s Ipr
eacn team refnainlng ln"tne' first
At this writing, anyone who
Sould yienture 'predicting tb
inner would nave to be endow-
ed with crystal-ball powers, be-
cause the teams are so evenly
matched. Actually, there Is no
outstandiqg tearti in the league,
and any outfit regardless of lt
league position is capable of up-
setting Its highe rranklng oppo-
On three Canal Zone diamonds,
the six teams.'weather permit-
tln 4:15.
At the Balboa Stadium, one of
the leader's will efideavor to make
it four in a row at the expense of
the Sniokie* of the Fire Depart-
ment The Smokies although mir-
ed In the cellar will toss In John
Hamroa as tneir pitcher to pue
oilt the red hot churchmen. Lent
Kirkland. who in his last start
won an extra innln game will
toe the slab for the Saints.
At Curupdu field, the Council-
men will send Bobby Best to the
hill to protect their first place
position.' and their opponenli
from'the Folice Department wM
counter with "Blwtiod Phillips ojj
the "rubber. Botli of these bovs
are among the outstanding hurl-
ers of the' league, and It Ls a safe-
wager that it will be a"close game.
The Coopers have good material
and unless they suffer a letdown
From last Saturday's vietyKX. they ._J
may upset the hopes of the Coun-
The MUST contest of the da*
Is scheduled at the Diablo Ball
Park, where the Automen of Dia-
blo-Hlllman meet the mailorder
boys of Sear:. Sears must win tq
hold on to first .ace and the Au-
tomen must en. -ge victorious t stay in tjie race.
In many resrjei.., ooth of thesf
teams are identical, at times thef
loor unbeatable and on other oc-
casions they do not come up tq
expectations. This game should
be an hqnest-to-goodness. knoclC
down and drag-epi t (tffair.
S3th teams have not named
r starting hurlers, but one
sideline which will be interest-
ing will be the battle for the
home tun honors between the
two. catchers. TUnmy Hota ol
Sears and Redro Sala- both of
whom have three to lead In this
It has been announced by tha.
League Management, through its
president Bill Hamma, that be-
sides the Governor's Trophy, em-
blematic of the Isthmian Cham-
pionship, there will be the SEARS
Cup for t^e runner-up position.
In other words, the teams that
are finally in the series between
the Atlantic and Pacific Leagues
will each receive a trophy. -
For the Most Valuable Player
and Leading Pitcher, there will
Be the I. L. Maduro Awards for
i\it Pacific Little League For
each member of the Pacific Lit-
tle League championship team
there will be individual trophies.
Remember Little League games
are played ejejy'Taasday after-
noon and Saturday mornings,
weather permitting.
5THMA and
ml chok
try In Mn*e*. This (rt MnUrnal
ntdlclns! recently dylopfd by
arUntlflo American laboratory, works
ttirougfc tii blood, thm reaching- yauf
liinga-ani bronchial tubas. That's wby
Maniat Vorka so taat tb help you tkra
ways. 1. Halpa natura otsaol and re-*
On a Utlck strangling mucus. 1 Pro-
breath ing and sauna)
sltop tonlfht and how au0b btUr jm
.Mk IsMt '""^** ._-- '
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y^oifk Safety
jHf rAv,\m \mw\* w rnvwrnv pw wffsrore
rAGt rin
& 9,6. $&> Jt.^l*-J.t 2-1336
d. See Ford e;
,aed 50 young people at a
buffet supper and dance given
Saturday evening for their son,
Terrence Fprd. Jr. qa rus> lth
birthday anniversary. The par.y
as h'pld at the ranch to of the
National Distillery on the Trans-
Isthra'iau Highway, assisting ifce
no;t and hostess was Mr?* Ed-
mond G ford, grandmother \i
the honor guest.*
Arrive trow FlWda .,
Mr and MrV George V. Oralf,
former residents of Balboa, ar-
rived by airplane last night frqm
their home In Si- Petersburg
Florida, for a stay of several
months at the Hotel Tlyoli-
Mr. and Mrs. Qraf came to the;
pi Ml- and Mrs. Fred Palscbun o,f
Ancor., who i? to be married ^ar.
\i to AT^Wur Heatley, was givjn a
buffet supper and bridal, shower
Saturday evening: by. Mto C^ra
Thomas. Miss Thomas entertaui-
ed at the home of her parents, .
t tfSlSfe &owndaOT?;uJ be a
osnf T y iV V fole experience for tpos.
Jack Ridge tfeqqfs MQtga'ifo
Cast Fqr 'Our Tqw PMWP
Retucn from U.S.
Mr. ana Mrs'. Donald Ca^ier-
on o,l
[r. ana Mrs. Donald caiuer-
Jl Bella VUta have return.d
ri a vaMt'qri trillo C^Wtu-dU
fill?? of VhBW wj
ir (mihter. Wt-
,boyerto for/
if turSndu.'l^af ^ne.
High School and * *-
I.A^C. T
'fflWHI'l?W /Vlern,pou
rmporlanf among the social
eyeni$ o.* this, week is thtT If
* i no Inter-American wom-
en's Club will give tomorrow Mp
lqu p.m. in hqnor of members
; their granddaughter Miss Joyce
Engclke. to Edward Henry Hay,
I Jr. The wedding Is to take Dlacr
Friday everting at the Cathedral
: of St. Luke In Ancon.
is a so-
Hqtel Bl Panama.
Mrs. Ruih L. Straus and her
daughter Mrs. Mary HOllowe.l.
left yesterday by airplane Ipr
youngstown. Qhfq. tfheife they
were called because of the death
of Mrs. Straus' father, Clarence
Mrs. Greir Honored
at Tea arid Shower
Entertaining si the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Fr?d s Ia ""V
bacn on Ancn fcoulevard Satur .. p t r
dav afternoon. Miss E v e i y n fjf|flr ny *P*
F? r^- ClsX^aCa^e\nanYgSltfSl^ralc.; ^M"3eeman Mayo was Riven
rfor Clfe ami received
The Margarita flayer's produc-
to of "Ouf Town" opens at the
arparlta Clubhop.se Theater on
pr. 11. Thonvtop Wilder's great
tulltzer Award pWy has been ac-
has oe^n
ble experience lor those who at-
tend the Margarita performance.
Experlehcedand talented peo-
ple are in the cast. Jack Ridge,
Sue i the older, (a timers is <
knpwn on both sides of the Tsrn-
rnus and brings the part of tne
serious, phiWsphrcfl anfl" lib-
morbus Stage M'an'aeY.
Jeah Cofrey as TSfflllv and Don
Johnson as George Glbbs nave
Coin appeared In leading roles 10
allv and need no Introduction to
theattr goers. Both Jean and
Don look quite terrific In reheais-
ll and can be expected to glv, a"
finus'vaiiy good performance- Lt-
ta Chee a,nd Pya Qfaawu are
Mr i. Webb and Mis. Glbbs a"nd
with Lee Larrlson as Mr. Webb
and Tex Cheek as Dr. Glbbs.
Tex and Etta are a talented
couple that haVe appeared local-
ly on the stage. In radio and me
a sure Det to b ^t th Our Town. While Eva GYap.-.i-.i
and Leg LarrlsQp arc probahly
ml I- SUtsfln I'niv
\t wtiti * iear* hunt
>Ucd Sates Nw and s
adpite work at
jflffin baptist
ti'cal Serijinary. IJw
Thpiro'her guest"? were the Hotel Tlvoll by merabeft __

Mrs" Robert E. GrelE
Verrell Heinselmari Mrs. QUie *., nresent gave ner
inn? wddfng is plan-
ster tq ^an-
am4. Dr. Cheng Chen Yu. Is g.
lng a dinner this evening at the
Legation In Bella Vista, ih honor
of Julio Bjlceno. Secretary of
Bambach. Miss Mildred Npeiov,
Hss Anne Marie 'Schultz. Miss
Marilyn Sisson and Miss Jea"
Lawipn. _____
Jmrnfftee *ReU Wednesday
Tmee'tlng of the decoration
committee 'or the canal '
Art League's annual Beaux Arts
iai' scheduled for May 5 at the
'Ivoll. vyin be held Wednesday
Captain and Mrs- Payne
ififcrtal^ Iprrifftfini'
lUin and Mrs. Cl:
the Ministry of Foreign Relation i at :3() p.m. at the Tivoli. AH IA-
Mr Briceno was formerly Minis t'erestetf' members of the Art
trof Panama to China. League are urged to attend and
asst with the decoration pre-
H T*CT Enfertaln
aptaln'and Mrs. Clifford Payre fqr Miwmkchun .
eniortalned at luncheon Suhduy Miss Ruth Balschun. daugntcr
at Hotel El Panama for Mr. and ----'-----------------------
Mrs. MacMurray, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Stevensand Mr. and Mrs. Wahv Qgnce RpCITPl
er. cruise passengers on the SS V**n*v Tjecnn
Empress of Scotland." Mi Agam TQIT^OrrOW
g|,mftlt.ffiS W i Benem Card Part,
of Education. A small audience ^men of the JewUh Con-
gat. Janowlt, was the ac-! Eff&fZnOSf af KS
C0Theape formance 1. ched^ed del Mar San Fra^lscO The P^o-
, to be repeated tornonw night : ceeds will go to the Liahtbous.
at 30 Two more recitals, with a home for the blinrj. In I
i change of program, are plan- \ and to the Hebrew yni'
ber.s present gave her parting
gifts and she was presented vim
a nar.dsome lizard arid calfskin
bag. the alft of the club.
present at the luncheon with
Mrs. Mavo were Mrs. James Trim
ble. Mrs. Julius Hentscnel. M''4
R Snell. Mrs. Alfred Graham.
Mrs. Mi'Days. Mrs. XT. Flint. Mr*
j: Llndell and Mrs. Maud Clinch-
Moraine Guild
Meets Friday
The Morning Guild Of B\-
Lukes Cathedral will meet Fri-
day at 9 a.m. at the home Of Mrs.
j.'-U Fields, 794-x Tavernllla St..
Book Review Group
to Meet Thursday
T^e Book Review Group of the
Canal Zone College Club is to
meet Thursday at 4 p.m. with
Mrs- Neil Branstetter. 212-A Da
ren Place (Flshbowl) Anc
-Arttantic ^ociet

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FAREWELL J* Mr. Harry Snyder was complimented with a morning
coffee given yesterday hy Mrs. E. W- ck and Mrs. W. D.
Godwin at Mrs. Beck's Fort Gulick residence.
Sergeant and Mr. Snyder moved today from Fort Gulick
to Fort Kobbe, and" their friends wished to tell Mrs. Snyder
Mra. G. E. Smith, president of the Fort Gulick N.C.O.
Wives Club, presented the honoree a mosaic Upen table cloth
at a present Trom the members of the Club, and Invited her
to return to ntyt, the C\ub and her friends.
The other ladies present were:
Mrs- li- A- arte.. Mi*. 4- C- reni-
ej;, Mrs. Qwen Tolbwt, Mrs. E- A.
ol?ht Mrs. Frank Pledger, Mr.-'.
Dhn CoMiis,'Mrs. Duane Muiid-
kowsky, Mrs. G. E. Miller. Mn.
Henry Menard, Mrs. William Bel),
Mrs Jesse Friese, Mrs. Harry V,
Colbert, Mrs. Rodger W. Barnes,
Mrs' David C. Harshaw, Mrs. H.
M. Lewis, Mrs. Harry Copare,
Mrs.'c. E. Fort and Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Smith reminded the ladles
of the monthly business and so-
cial meeting which will be held
at the N.C.O. Club Tuesday, April
ip at 12:30 p.m. This will be a
cpvered dish luncheon.
Scout Leaders Introduced
at Morning Coffee
Mrs. Ethel Rusk of New York
City, chairman of the Wes'cr.i
Hemisphere International Girl
Scquts and Girl Guides and Miss
(lemehtlne Miller, of Indianapo-
lis, who Is a member of the Boat d
of the International Girl Scouts.
f Raymond, Tony wpre introduced to local leaders
Roe. Allen Simons. | al a morning coffee given by tin.
Thelm Louto. Bertha Dyer, Nan- staniey Hamilton at hex New
cy Ramsey, Bob Brown, Ralph pr^bal residence, yesterday.
THE LEAD PART of the sta
manager lo th Pulitxr M
lW -OUV ToW be pV-
nt Apr. 11 by tfie MafgaVita
not as faruUUr ip iPcl audiences
as i;ome of the others In the ca'.,
they both Itave had previous ex-
perience in the States.
Merldeth Bro*n as Simon
Stlmson, Leila' Brown' as' Mrs.
Soames. Ed Roddy as HoWle New-
some. Tony
Dyer Bob
give a program of piano se!ec-
G^rl Scout Camp
Committee .Meeting
The Camp Committee of the
Olrl Scouts, will meet Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m. at the Girl Scout Of-
fice In Margarita.
Visiting Technicians
Study Printing
Facilities o Canal
Jack MurseJl of Washington, ,
Laiis&wiUngors5 irfar 5% a !
Student 76, Has
No Draft Worries
In _
there will be music for dancnii
and other entertainment and
valuable "door prizes will be Riv-
en. There will also be a "White
Elephant" sale. Tickets wlfl be
available at the plubentrance.
Canal-Railroad organization this
week in connection with a study
of forms and printing facilities.
Mursell. Technical Advisor- to
the JPM Congressional Commit-
tee on Printing, is studying the
printing facilities and Publica-1 MIAMI. Fla.. A.pr. 3 t\JB)-The Hamadan Grotto Meeting
tions of the Canal-Railroad or-, UniVersltv of Miami has q^ ma-
yanizain. (j^ht who doesn't have to worry
. ., * (about the draft Interrupting his
Hammitt, Organization and educatlon
Methods E*aminer for the Navy "o.Bishopof FortLauden'nle
t,------.,.,. has been tempp- i -c -
Wednesday Evening
Hamadan GVptiaVll meet to-
morrow at 7:30 p.m. In the Pedro
Migue) Lodge Hall. A family "get
together" will be held; after rhe
* have feU the need for de- (o A11 member
use by the organteatlw ^ n^w rm irig tg c,, f^^e urged to be present.
The visitors arrived u an ^ the a fihcm,cat en. "es ..re u go--------
??2**y a^,T i 3 clneersatd. Bishop is a native of Trqo- 47
Isthmus about a week. kaiamaaoo Mich and for......p'9* '
Written for NEA Sertlce
"A good player recently told me
that your first discards In a hand
of Canasta should rriatch those
Of the player at your right," re-
lates a wmston player- T don t
understand this. I pfcn under-
stand copying the discards of the
Player at your left, but I don't
see that the other opponents
plays have anything to do witn
' 'Is' there anv sense at %1I In
What I was tqld?"
r Yes-Ih general, the l^ylce was
perfectly buna: ,..
Suppose, for example, that tne
first discard of the player at your
right Is a jack. If you do not take
that Jack, there Is some reason
for everybody else to suspect that
ypu flpu't have a pah of Jacks in
ypur nand.
This is not. of cpurse. an open-
and-shut ease. You might have a
pair of jacks and be unwilling tp
take a very small discard pile. Or
you might n&Ve a pair of jacks
and be unable to make the min-
imum count. However, the play-
er at your right would still have
mofe reason to believe that you
are short of Jacks than that you
are short of anything else-
' Now suppose that you refuse
to take the Jack and that you
draw from th"stock and discard
a Jack of your own. Wnat infor-
mation have you given the play-
er at your right?
None at a- He knew for sus-
pected' that you were short of
jarkl Your discard tell him
nothing new.
The chances are that the play-
er at your right threw an odd
lack and that he nqw has np fur-
ther Jacks In hi hand. At his
next turriTtherefore, he will have
to pick a brand new discard wh
no information to help him.
How go back to ypur discard.
Instead of discarding a Jack,
suppose you throw a oueen.
This tells the player at your
right that yb are probably short
of queens. You may be trapping,
of course, but that's another
story. If your discard Is "honest,
short p4 queens,
next turn tp discard, the
Morales, Carmela Recela arid
Kenheth HugHes are In Support-
ing roles.
The play is directed by Mark
White and th? Margarita Players
initial pr'oducttPh a being given
for the benefit of the Church of
the Holy Family In Margarita.
Auto Agency flea^
Gerardo Lopez FaVrega. for-
mer general manager in charge
of safes' for Panama Ai(to, S. S.
has resigned to become pres-
ident of a new automobile sales
agency, Cent.al de A.utbs, S. A.,
which has sales rooms on Jose
Francisco de la Ossa Avenue.
The Central de Autos, S. A..
now has the exclusive agency for
Packard and Studebaker cars in
Bana'ma and for the Canal Zone.
>f Brownie Trcop
Concert Presented
by 60th Army Baud
The goth Army Band, under the
direction of CWef Warrant pin
cer. Daniel Miller, bandleader,
presented the following program
on the veranda of the Hotel
Washington Sunday afternoon:
"The Overture to the Kin: pi
Yvetot" by A. Adam; "Concer.i-
na foi Piano and Orchestra' by
John f, Schaum with soloist
Corporal M. A. Zenon-Vlzcarrn-
do; "The Beggar Student Selec-
tion from "the Opera" by Ka.l
Mllloecker; "Three Slippers" by
Clalr W. Johnson with soloists
Sergeant Miguel Matos, Corpox.il
Miguel Zenon Vlzcarrondo, and
Corp. Felipe Velazquez-colon;
"Chorale Prelude If Thou Bf
Near" by Baeh; Musi? from stage
plays by Jerome Surrlente" by Ernest de Our'la;
"Rosa Elena" by M-Sgt. E. Ro-
driguez; Solamente Una Vez" Bf
Agustn Lara; "The Hallelui*.
Chorus from the Messiah'' by
Luncheon for Visitors
M/. and Mrs- W- B, Middlem.it
and their ho.use guests, Miss \iB-
ry Midd lemas, Sflss Apne Weber
and Miss Clara Chrlstensen of
West Englewood. New Jersey,
wer the luncheon guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Adams at
their Brazos Brook residence
Elks to Install Officers
The annual Installation of olfl*
ers of Cristobal, Canal Zone
Lod-e 1542. B.P.O.E.. will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Bra,zos Brook, home. An Irish
stew dinner will be served at 30
p.m. All visiting Elks are cordial-
ly Invited to attend.
S^. Mary's Alumuae
Will Meet Tomojro,w
Tne alumnae association of St.
Man's Academy will hold ita
monthly meeting tomorrow, at
7:30 p.m in the parish hall. All
members are requested to attend.
you ar
ith another Jack or a
n to _.
player kt'your right can probably
No* 47 "enteAafned"their mothers I nwn If yoiiftad simply'match-
aueen. He knows more about
iv.i'.amazQO. Mich., and former | fJ{jr,i Ariniy
superintendent of schools at T^"e members' 0:
Vicksb'urg, Mich- Np. 47 eniertafne.
at a party on Saturday. Mar. 31 ed hls jncK.
In the Brownie Room at Fart n mult be admitted that It Is
Clayton oh the occasion of their jlightly safer to match the dis-
Troop's first Anniversary. Under cards of the player at your lefL
the direction of their leaders Mrs. | However, little Is lost if the dls-
R G Marklllie.Mrs.A. W.'Boyd.'"
I. R. Lymjn. and Mrs. C.
Hiqh Blood Pressure
I Fre8ure ma
get awgy wi
queen. He
your hand trian he Would have
known If jro
id his Jack-
It mu
SiEEN. Mr- and Mrs. R*n-
h L., of Silver City. son. Mar.
39. Colon Hospital.
" CLARKE. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
E. ol Colon, son, Mar. 29, Cplon
COLLINS, Mr. and Mrs. HcllU
C. of Margarita,' son, Mar.'39,
Colon [ospfal.
GONZALEZ, Pfc and Mrs. Emi-
lio of Fott Clayton, so". Santos
Wi'llanV Mar.'M, Clayton Hospi-
tal- ,_
'KGPE. Papt and Mrs. Joseph
S, Fqrt Clayton, son, Stephen,
ar. 27. Clayto'n/Hospltal.
GBAHAM. M and Mrs. A.V..
of Panama, son, Mr. 30, Gorgas
WHnTINGTGN, Mr- and Mrs
N.S.. of La Boca, son, Mir. 30,
Gorgas Hospital'. -
HERRE. Mr. and Mrs,. J A .
of Curufldu son, Mar. JO. Gorgas
SEILLANE- Lt. Col. apd Mrs
John, of Ancon, son. Mar. W.
GprRgs Hospital.
MOBALES. Mr. and Mm. Car-
los, of Cplon. daughter. Mar- **
RICHARDS. Mr and Mrs. A
of Panama, son, Apr- 1, Gorgas
FLORES. Mr. and Mrs. Man-
uel. ofRpd Tank, daughter. A\v
1 Gorgas Hospital.
CHURCH. Mr. and Mrs. T. J..
of La Boca, daughter, Apr. \, Gor-
das Hospital.
MCQUEARY. Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
ber*. of Diablo, daughter, Apr. 1.
Gorgas Hospital.
Carlos A., tntaa
Mrs. E. F. MpCleiland presided
at the coffee service..
The guests included Miss Mary
Patton, the Girl Scout Executive
from Balboa, with the Atlan'lc
Side members of the Council, the
Neighborhood Chairman, and a
few interested leaders.
The visitors are stopping at
the Hotel Washington and will
leave- soon for David to visit the
Girl Guides In that area.
Miss Grlmaldo
to Represent Lions Club
The Colon Lions Club enter-
tained with a ladies' night at .he
8trangs Club Saturday even-
ing. A buffet supper was served
and was followed by an evening
of dancing.
' The rlrtal counting of votes for
the young lady to represent the
club at the convention in Chorre-
ra this month was held, with MIhj
Maria Grlmaldo having the most
ImoprUut Off*!*!
Visiting Isthmus
Mr. W. V. Harloe. General Man-
ager of the United Fruit Com-
pany in New York City arrived
Sunday by plane from a trip
through Central America and is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Adams of Brazps
Mt. Nicholas Agarlno. General
Agent for the United Fruit Com-
pany In Barranq'Ullla, Colombia,
arrived last night by plane and
is also the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs Adams.
If Hiyli Blood Preuurc make
ju "*0 aconifd
*l. headache, i
itlon, i*1pftt
ikloi. you can (e
relief from these dangerous aymp
anklea, you can set Almost Instant
hese dance
or IIYNOXtday
t*rt TWistr '* te* ***
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refrshments for ^1
As each mother
Mrs ,
B Wgglns th Bro*nies them-
selves made the invitations, de-
corated tile room and made the
the event.
er arrived, she
was given a corsage the girls had
mic. The girls sang Brownie
songs and played some singing
games for their mothers, alter
which each girl who has been en-
rolled in the Troop for one year
received a one-year pennant. The
refreshments included a birthday
cake ipr the troop.
LA EUROPEA furniture store
Central Ave. at E. Zlst St.
.... "
Phone: 2-lSSf ft 2-1133
T* prvnl kin lirilation an4
cluliug. sprioklc Baby with JuUn-
ion's Baby PowOv alter batb, M
diaper change*, od is
between tin)*, tool
nsr foi 4-
iir >ot rou
card pile Is picked up on the flrjt
or second round of play.
By the time the third round
rolls around, you may stop copy-
ing the player at your right. The
time has come to concentrate oft
Bo,n Voy ate lock Party
A group of friends and neigh-
bors arranged a block party Sun-
day to bid farewell to Mrs. Ray-
mond Dabek, the former M-ss
Joan Reed and Dr. K. C. Zimmer-
man They are leaving today by
plane for Miami.
M:s. Dabk is going to Pensa-
cola Florida, '0 visit friends and
he near Mr.' l*abek who is hi
training at Varo Beach. Florida.
At a later date they will go 10
Mobile. Ala.
Dr. Zimmerman will visit tus
relatives before going to Salern,
Ore., where he has accepted a
Those who participated In ihe
supper party included the fami-
lies ol Dr. and Mrs. Zimmerman,
as af this date
has assumed the exclusive
representation of
The PACKARD Automobile
in the Republic of Panama
and in the Canal Zone

Situated in the Packard Building,
30 Jos Francisco de la Ossa Avenue
months, of Limn, Mr. 2. Color. ^ ^^1^ j^cCvl-
"o1.1!*',, ^.ii a* f nninn !lough, Mr! and Mrs. Rsjeburn
^W-iFiiniSt.r ^ iBrl"- ^r and Mrs-Irwln Ram"
Mar. ip. polon Hospital. I d Mrs enry Hartz.'
MCDANIELS, Eva 71 of Colon, ^- M ^^^^ *fax
The Only IW% Fully Polished Di.a[in,ond on the Market
Mar. SO. Oorgas Hospital.
EDWARDS. Kulalies.' 78. of Co-
lon. Mar. 31, Oorgas Hospital.
HERBERT, James, 63. of Camp
Blerd Apr. 1, Oorgas Hospital.

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e^new^HPii uiiii 1 1111 i
for GUmUUd Seen
lili u3
!?M w#T"m or VvrV ityi i?*1 kut.
ka'4 Ilk* to kep coraplexio roblmi awyl
* Costa. oolU~u gJjRj1 !?!. **' **
ia nOrwrMi th^world ovr.
* DtUaitful frarauc. suilabls tot aso. nyn. *V^
* Fin.t ualiq possible. Haf^ mttsslTEosl^L
If I mn fHOUSANftl IAV -ir% WtW'"
1 ouddina that y yu can mk 0 a |iy
and Mr. and M. J. M. Reed.
^fflSW^^^d Mra.
J.oho MuUer crossed the Isthmus ,
Saturday to attend the meeting 1
of the D.A.R. Chapter m BaUv*.
which was held at the home of
Mrs. Mary Eugene.
Dr. Freeman Returns
Dr. L. Bf Freeman returned
Mpnaay from a visit with his re-
latives and friends in WlUes-
Barre and Philadelphia. Pa., and
in New York City. He will spend
'he next month on the Isthmus
enjoying local leave.
Bast Matron's
Association XUnnex
The Past Matron's Association
of the Canal Zone will hold a no
host dinner party at Hotel Bl Pa-
nama Saturday evening, April 7.
All past Worthy Matrons of the
Ordei of the Eastern Star and
the Past Worthy Patrons' with
their husbands and wives a,r in-
vite! to attend. Reservations muy
Le made hy calling Mrs- Bca
French. Mrs. Mary Slocum. Miss
Grace Williams and Mrs. Dorothy
Chuichill, on the Atlantic Side.
tZSZtt^^ ^^ jM|lwMmilk,CfkiminvtM.
turned from Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Dar-
ling and their house guest. Mrx
Ernest I. duPont, Jr.. have re-
turned from a wee*'8 visit at
Santa Clara.
Cristobal Woman's Cluk Meeting
The Cristobal Woman's Club
Will hold Us regular monthly
meeting Wednesday at 2:00 p.m.
at the Gilbert House.
Profe ssor Cardona of the Pau
ama Conservatory of Music will
Reg. Trade Mark
MEN'S RING S 100 00
137 CENTRAL AVE. 137

The More You Tell... The Quicker You Sell! w\
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
^Minimum for
' }S words
3* each additional
Tor sale
No. 4 Tivoll Avc.
Pbaix 2-22*1
rarqnt u> Lrutpa
No. 4 Fourth of July Av. -
Phono 2-4441
It OS Mclandn Avt.
Phonr ?5S COLON
No U Wool 121b Sirl
No. 67 "H" treat Panam
No. 18.17 Central Avo. Colon
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "88."
4 door sedon. Hydromatic, radio,
undercooled. Like new. 5623-D.
.. Dblo, Tel. 2-1889.
FOJ?. SALE: '47 Winsor Club Coope.
Radio, scat cover, ventshades, spot-
light, undercooled, gyromotic shift.
.'49 Windior. 4-door, leather up-
holstery, radio ventshades, under-
coated gyroshift. both in excellent
condition. 61 -F 4th St. Coco Slito.
Phone 493 Coco Solo, during work-
i FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet. 4-door
Sedan, new condition. SI.500, Qtrs.
248-B Albrook A.F.B. Tel. 86-
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury Sport Se-
don. 3.000 miles, like new. Will
trade tor credit on new cor. States
delivery. Call 2-3279. Box 1565.
FOR SALE:-'51 Ford 2-door Custom
W/Radio, only 200 miles. May be
seer at 2132-A Curundu. Call 83-
5278, otter 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALEChevrolet 1949, four
door Sedon, low mileoge, duty paid.
Phone 3-1289, 3-1818. Cristobal
FOR SALE:Studebaker DeLuxe Se-
don purchased new Morch 1949
leather, clock, overdrive. Excellent
condition. 4 good tires one la.r
duty poid $1.400. Phone 2-0369
or Tropical Motors.
.. FQR AALE ''946 CodQf- ^-door Se-
otan, radio, seat covers. Excellent
Condition throughout. S975. Can
be financed. Albrook 7233 or
fffo SALE1943 Plymouth, radio,
heoter, newly recapped tires. Sgt.
y S. Pitt, Albrook. Phone 86-

1620 more 1620 more 1620 more M
that speak
for themselves
Last month THE PANAMA
AMERICAN carried 36 54
classified ads as compared
to 2034 In all other daily
papers in Panam com-
bined !
1620 more 1620 more 1620 more
Gramlich's Sonto Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
Wiil.oms ionio Liara booch vo'laqav
I wii Bedroom*, electric refrigera-
tion. RocKgoi 'ongot Phono Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-eno.
Priilbaa. eeoch conogea. Sonta Clora
Boa number 435. Balboa. Phone
Poiiomo 3-1877 or Cristobol i-
Santa Clara. Also furnished house
at Cerro Compana. Phone shrapnel
Balboa 2820 or see Caretaker.
FOfi, SALE: 1940 Tudor Pontiac.
new bottery, practically new tires,
acta mechenicol ccid.t on end ap-
pearance. Priced for quick sale,
330. Phone 83-4295.
Rent A Cor
' U-Drivo-lt
Sea Ponan. lei. ..u y el we do
Just think!
For ('full 10 hour, touring 50 mile.
carrying several friends, if you wont
to. only $9.64. Insurance included.
We'll furnish driving permit free.
Call Panam 2-1995. Garage Elias.
Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
Dr. Wendhake, Medicol Clinic Day
and Night service. Phone 2-3479.
For Memoriol Day. Reduced prices,
10'u on all head stones m Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month
No. 52 "B" Street Casimiro Mo-
reno, Panami. Tel. 2-2656.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
Ha*. Trepidura Stoies.
FOR SALE: Records of 33 1-3.
RPM. All mokes. Classical and po-
pulars. AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th St.
6-A. Phone 3-1029.
WANTED 2 used cors. One old mo-
UW. one new model. C. Z. Write
P O Box 1474 Ancon. Informa-
tion including price.
Small Amencon family desires to rent
' 'fl decent two bedroom apartment or
small Cholet in residential neigh-
borhood. Responsibility ond good
"care of property guaranteed. Advice
-Tel. 2-2388. Business hours.
Help Wanted
AAaid tor cooking general housework
ond laundry. Live in must speak
English Coll after 5 p.m. 624-8
Cocoli 3rd ond Nicobor.
FOR SALE:Brand new 8-4 cubic
foot Norge refrigerator, 60 Cycle,
best offer. 1489, Dohrmon or
Balboo 2-3392.
OR SALE: Frigidaire" 7 cubic
foot refrigerator, 25 cycle, all
porcelain. In excellent condition.
Tel. Panama 2-0028 between 4
and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:Miscellaneous household
items, refrigerator, single mattress,
etc. House 207X-A, Pedro Miguel.
Phone 4-468.
FOR SALE:Radio Zenith 8 bands,
excellent cond.tion, all currents.
Phone Cristobal 1808.
FOR SALE:Upright Piano, excellent
condition. Phone 4-565.
Mothers, happy, healthy feet start
in the cradle. Protect boby's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from Ihc crodle to 4 years.
Sold exclusively ct BABYLAND.
No. 39, 43rd Street. If it's for
the Bcby, we have *"' I
FOR SALE:-1 Hohcrofter S-40-A
Rodio. $75.00; 3 choice adjoining
lots. Las Cumbres. Balboo 2-3193.
FOR SALE:Singer Sewing Machine,
Magic Chef, gas stove. Underwood
Typewriter, Boby Stroller, Playpen.
Phone 916, Coln.
FOR SALE: All kind mohogony
furniture, dishes, bamboo, choir
lamps, etc., 8045, Apt. 3, 9th St.
FOR SALE:Leaving Isthmus, must
sacrifice, 1948 Crosley Shelvador
refrigerator, 60 cycle; 9x15' green
rug; radio phonograph, 60 cycle;
diningroom furniture; dresser; bi-
cycles boys' and girls'. 2166-C 8th
Street, Curundu.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire 1941 Mercury
Club Coupe, miscellaneous. 71 I-D
FOR SALE:GE 9 ft. Refrigerator
$75.00; One Eosy spindry wosher
$100.00 both 25 cycle n good
mechanical condition. Tel. Balboa
2649, fiscoe 5611 Diablo.
Real Eslate
FOR SALE:Adjoining lots in Los
Cumbres totaling 910 M2. Plumb-
ing ana electricity available. At-
tractive price. Call Ponomi 2-3387.
After 6 p.m. Panama 3-0760.
iy a fragrant, hearts cup
Maxwell House Tea ... a
b blend of choice Ceylon
i India teas. Available also
tea bags.
Soldier Charged
With Stealing Own
Purchase Money
When Carol H. White, an ap-
Drentice wireman for the Elec-
trical Division, sold his motorcv-
c)e to Kenneth Lee Doucet of Ft.
Amador recently, the purchase
price was $430. Instead of bank-
ing the money, White concealed
It. and $170 more, in his apart-
ment. 0759-J. Ralboa.
Doucet. a member of the 518th
Car Company, knew where the
money was kept and had full run
of White's aoartment.
On Mar. 11 the money disap-
peared. Zone police said yester-
day that Doucet admitted hav-
ing taken it. and that $400 of the
$600 had been returned.
Doucet was charged with grand
larceny during yesterday after-
noon's session of Balboa Magis-
trate's Court. He was released in
the custody of his commanding
officer pending preliminary
hearing tomorrow afternoon.
FOR SALEMahogany table ond four
choirs. $20.00; Redwood blinds
for end Apt. $15 00; Zenith Radio
and Phono. Comb. $75.00. House
1549-A Gavilon Road.
Sino-Red Meeting
Asks Punishment
For Canadian Nuns
HONG KONG, April 3 (UP)
Increasing demands from Can-
ton for "heavy punishment" of
five Canadian nuns is causing
growing anxiety for their safety.
The nuns were jailed last
month on what Catholics here
said were trumped up charges of
causing the deaths of more than
2.000 undernourished children
for whom they were caring.
A dispatch to the left-wing
newspaper Ta Kung Pao here re-
ported a Canton mass meeting
demanded that the nuns be pub-
licity tried, sentenced to life im-
prisonment. then paraded
through the streets.
Public trials and parades are
currently being used through-
out China to enable mobs to
curse and Jeer at victims of the
Red Chinese purge.
As far as Is known the Com-
munists have not yet executed
any foreigners. But In view of
the extent and violence of the
purge It Is considered likelv that
the nuns might be severely hand-
led in order to set an example,
and cause foreigners generally to
lose face.
Phone 2-33.13
Down Payment |l*e.
Monthly Payment IIS.
LOTS on Paved Street from St 00
sq. Meter.
For Rent: Heavy Equipment tor
ground leveling.
We Rent Lots on Long Terms
Lot Clubs at $3 and Is Weekly
Invites yeu, your family and friends
to pass a, week-end at the most
comfortable Hotel in the Interior:
Beautiful1 view terrace; wide salons;
neat, comfortable privte rooms;
best restaurant in town; air-con-
ditioned bar; gas station with me-
chanic repoir shop; airplane trips
to acquaint /ou with the Interior;
short trips at reasonable prices.
Sontiogo le Verages
Visited by many American families
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingroom, diningroom, 3
bedrooms, 2 boths, porch, terrace,
garage, servant's room, garden,
lorge potio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
Cholet recently painted bedrooms,
2 baths, garage, hot-water 'Bendix'
splendid tocotion. Justo Aroseme-
na No. 92. Tel. 3-3488. Panam:
FOR RENT3 bedroom cholet, living-
room, diningroom, 2 bathrooms,
garage, spacious yard, fenced. Bus-
stop. Good neighborhood. No. 22,
15th Street. Belsono Porras.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Chalet
$70.00 per month. Tel. Posey Bal-
boa 2698.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
6-room home, 3 air-conditioned
bedrooms. Phone Panam 3-0518
from 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
aportment, in newly constructed
building, for further details coll
Mender & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Panam.
FOR SALE:Apartment, hot water
instalotion. For married couple or
or bachelor. Apply Perejil house
No. 7 'Macia." Tel. 3-1404.
FOR RENT:Nice apartment in 49th
St. No 14 I top floor) with goroge.
Open oil day. Telephone 2-1248.
FOR RENT:Apartment three bed-
rooms, livingroom, diningroom.
porch, woshingroom, moid's room
ond gcrage. Informntion c*Own-tqirs.
Justo Arosemena Ave. Np, 56.
FOR RENT:- 2 bedroom apartment,
corner. sitting-dtningYOom, screen-
ed, $65. 56. Porros Avenue, key
apartment 3, Ouijrnr 8th Street,
No 15. Phone 3-0234.
FOR RENTModern furnished aport-
ment in en-liisive residential sec-
tion. Price $65.00. oil conveniences
Poitilla road No. 121.
Exchequer Chief
Warn* Britons Face
More Sacrifices
_ Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holder* Utensil Holders
and many others
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Cuaiom-maue lor livui&ronm
set. Couches Cushions
Let me figure your material
needs Free Estimate*
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
is the season for
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road
Light Trafile Kasv Parkin*
English speaking clerks
#20 Tivoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m.
Vi Kspa Neat Juan tranco
Tel. 3-1503
III f s> in-Ill uni/n.
C.Z. shipped
at factors prices.
I.obbvEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
Rugged Raymond!
LONDON. Apr. 3 (UP) Chan-.
oellor of the Exchequer Hugh I _..,,
Galtskell warned today that j Thi,Ra,mo5|di Rugged
Britain faces a harsh, unpleas-
ant 1951 economically, due to the
rearmament program.
He admitted that Inflation Is
already under wav and appealed
to austerity minded Britons to
sacrifice more, and give uo all
hope of any Immediate Improve-
ment in their standard of living.
He said: "We face In the Im-
mediate future a decline In the
rate of Increase of the national
output, a worsening of our sup-
plies of some consumer goods,
and a continuing rise In prices."
He appealed to all to forego
demands for higher wages.
A torn 'n Uttered ill-clad lay-
A P. A. Classified he did spy,
And sold his rags for riches
Slim Fat Away
if fat ruina your flrur* or maks
you short of breath and *ndang**r
your health, you will find It aaay
to Iom a half pound a day with the
new Hollywood method called
PORMODE. No draetle dieting or
exercise. Ab< lutely safe. Ak >our
ohemlst for KORMODB and start
alnar tomorrow.
30 New Employes
On PC-PRR Rolls
Thirty new employes, 14 of
whom came from the United
States and 10 who were employed
locally, Joined the Canal-Rail-
road organization during the last
half of March, according to in-
formation from the Personnel
Six Of the new personnel from
the States have formerly been
employed in the Cnal-Railrond
The new States employes,
their positions and birthplaces
Building Division James W.
Hicks. Plumber at Balboa, Bom-
ray. Florida.
Commissary Division Ellis J.
Lowe, refrigeration service me-
chanic at Balboa, Jacksonville,
Health Bureau Leroy G.
Bradbury, veterinarian at Cristo
bal, Spokane, Washington; and
Bernice J. Smiltneek. nurse at
Gorgas Hospital, Daggett, Michi-
Electrical Division Michael
W. Broda. wireman at Balboa.
Muskegon. Michigan; and Hubert
P. Smart, wireman at Balboa, An-
drews South Carolina.
Locks Division Lee R. Borup.
lock operator, wireman. at Pedro
Mlyuei. Manard, Idaho; and Cla-
rence A. Greene, lock operac.ir,
wlrman, at Gatun, Opellka. Ala-
bama .
industrial Bureau James A.
Russell, machinst, Johnsville,
Tennessee; Dale S. Stringer,
planing mill hand. Beardon. Ar-
kansas; Elbert T. Chappell. elec-
tric welder, Norfolk. Virginia;
and Walter E. Mauger. Jr., ship-
fitter. Philadelphia.
Railroad Division Raymond
C. Oliver, track foreman, Vanda-
lia. Illinois.
Magistrate's Court at Balboi
David C. Jenkins, constable. .El
I Paso. Illinois.
The complete list of new per-
sonnel who were employed local-
ly 'o'lows:
' Housing Division Elizabeth
E. Gilliland. clerk-typist. Balboa.
Finance Bureau Pauline L.
Pac'.ieco. clerk-typist.
Personnel Bureau Loron B,
Burnham, employe relations as-
Postal Section Robert W.
Wandelt. postal clerk at Balboa
Heights; Reginald H. Colby, pos-
tal clerk at Ancon; and Evelyn
W. Brandt, postal clerk at Bal-
Commissary Division Lee B.
Hunnlcutt. commissary assistant
at Mount Hope; and Bernice M.
Orr, cashier at Cristobal.
Industrial Bureau Ralph E.
Williams, stock control clerk; and
James A. Schofield. machinist.
Terminals Division Mary E.
Hanna. clerk-typist; and Grace
E. Brown, clerk.
Police Division Marion E.
Taake. policeman at Cristobal.
Railroad Division William R.
Byrd. clerk. Panama.
Transportation Division El-
len P. Castles, clerk-typist, Bal-
boa Heights.
Panama Railroad Press Flo-
rence B. MacKenzle, bindery
European Recovery
Program Now Gives
Both Guns and Bread
President Harry S. Truman, In a |
message to Economic Coopera-
tion Administration employes as-
sembled yesteray to celebrate
the agency's third anniversary,
said the European Recovery Pro-
gram should be cpntinued to help
anti-Communists bplld up their
military might "to preserve oea-:e
and defend our freedoms."
He said the program has help-
ed rebuild Western Europe s l
shattered economy, and inspiied
the people there to "a new spirit
of confidence in themselves and
their free institutions."
He said: "To my mind thi- ris-
ing confidence In the hearts of
peonle is one of the greatest
>-urces of strength in the free
world." .
Noting the shift in emphasis
from economic recovery to the
rearming of Europe against rjos-
sible Soviet attack, Mr. Truman
said ECA can play an important
role in that endeavor.
It la known that Mr. Truman
plans to ask for more than $o.-
000,000.000 to finance the r-
5ram through next year. All but
1.000.000,000 Is slated for ivv
materials, defense plants and
other rearmament needs.
ECA administrator William C.
Foster told employes the agency
Is now the economic arm of the
Atlantic Pact alliance, and must
see to it that Western Europe
gets guns as well as bread.
He warned Europe not to ex-
pect any luxuries. "The Marsha:l
Plan Is doffing its overalls for
combat fatigues."
40-Man Crew Safe
After Blast Sinks
Freighter 'Ketos'
LONDON. Apr. 3 (UPl The
6.220-ton British freighter Ketos
sank In mid-Atlantic today after
an engine room explosion ripped
open her hull elates.
The owners of the ship report
the 40-man crew att*afe. The
cargo of cement being carried
from Denmark to Rio de Janeiro
was completely lost.
The Ketos was originally de-
signed to earrv whale meat from
the Antarctic to meat-short Brit-,
a In.
LADIES SODALITY attended the joint Holy Name Society
and Knights of Columbus Communion breakfast Sunday
morning at the Hotel Tivoll. The breakfast was preceeded
by a Communion Mass at the Albrook base chapel. Left to
right, seated Lt. Colonel James T. Murray, past president of
the Holy Name Society; Joseph L. Hlckey, Grand Knight Bal-
boa Chapter Knights of Columbus: Sgt. Harold Morgado, Al-
brook Chaplain's assistant and chairman of the breakfast;
Mrs. Mary Ferguson, president of the Albrook Ladies Sodality;
Captain Joseph J. F. Clark, president of the Holy Name So-
ciety; Standing, 8gt. Sullivan Hassan, treasurer of the so-
ciety; Captain Harold Gregory, secretary and Chaplain (Lt.
Col. John J. Long, spiritual advisor.
(U.S. Air Force Photo)
15th Naval District, right, here congratulates Captain Lyle L.
Koepke, USN, at the conclusion of change of command cere-
monies yesterday at Coco Solo. Captain Koepke, returning
to the Canal Zone for his third tour of duty, is the new Com-
manding Officer of the reactivated Coco Solo Naval Station.
He relieved Commander C. B. Farwell, USN, who hi belnt;
assigned to 15th Naval District Headquarters as Operations
Officer. (U.S. Navy Photo)
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Housewives Mob Shop
For 19-cent Coffee
CHICAGO, April 3 (UP)Housewives mobbed counters
and some fainted in the crush as coffee sold for 19 cents
a pound here yesterday.
But everything, including prices, was back to normal .
at Wieboldt's store today.
The one day sale dropped coffee Prices back to the
level of 68 years ago when Mr. and Mrs. William Wieboldt
started the first of their six stores.
Thousands of housewives responded and snapped up
15,000 pounds of coffee in the first few hours at Wie-
boldt's original stores.
Coffee now sells at up to 99 cents a pound. __________
New Cancer Drug Krebiozen
Flown To Young Rio Medic
Yesterday at 8 p.m. the first in-
jection of the new cancer serum,
kreb^ozen, was given Brazilian
Dr. Napoleao Laureano in an ef-
fort to save the young medic's
Tlie serum was flown all the
way from Chicago in a Branff
Airline plane. The plane reached
Rio at 7:05 p.m.
The serum was then rushed
immediately in a special car from
the airport to the National Can-
cer Clinic where doctors Immedi-
ately studied the instructions re-
garding the application of ihe
recently discovered medicine.
Both the doctors and Laurea-
no seemed to have little liope
that, the serum would cure the
patient. Laureano spoke about
the serum from a medical view-
point, apparently forgettinc
his life hinges on the Krebiosren
since all other known treatments
for cancer have failed In his cas?.
Before the discovery of the
new drug, all hope had been a-
bandoned for the recovery of the
36-year-old physician. At that
time Laureano retled to Bra-
zil from New York early H.-t
month) and said, "I have come to
When the discovery of kreblo-
zen was announced. Laureano,
who is suffering from cancer In
the limphatlc glands, said that
he vould like to see if the new
serum be of use In his case.
His 'titude towards the kre-
biozer i.s strictly professional and
he con.'ders himself a hopeless
Laureano said, "I no longer
nave any interest In Hie or death.
I only hope that I may live a few
days or weeks longer to collect
1 funds for the institution that will
bear my name."
"I wish that as a result of my
last worl y effort a sanitarium
be established for Brazilian can-
cer sufferers," he ended.
Chinese Reds Will
Not Negotiate
POW Agreement
HONG KONG, Apr. 3 (UP)
1 Communist China has reportedly
rejected International Red Cross
overtures for an agreement cov-
, ering the treatment of United
Nations prisoners of war captur-
ed in Korea.
The Hong Kong Standard re-
ports that the Reds also refused
- permission for an I.R.C. repre-
sentative to be stationed in Pel-
pine, and for the distribution of
medical supplies to the victims of
the Korean war.
Paul Ruegger, who headed thi
IRC. delegation conferring with
Peiping offie'"ls, declined tt
comment on I's mission's out-
come when he -~ -ed througt
Hong Kong on hi waj bar!: tt
hit Geneva headquarters.

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Walter Winchell
In New York
The folio wine Item ran in the Haiti Son: "Lucky
Luciano, who recently arrived In port, plana to open a
pineapple factory here." This is doubted by the Feds...
. Three arrests over at the N. Y. Time the other day. One
a bookie. The other were collectors for "pole," operated
in and around local gazettes longer than the oldest eopy-
deskers.If crime committee continuea new high of-
ficial will hare to quit under the barrage- Barrister
Morris Ernst (on a radio forum) thought the Kefauver
hearings would be ruled unconstitutional and that all who
ware forced to appear before cameras have good lawsuits
against Tints mag, which sponsored them.. .Washington's
ironic joke: If spies want to get a list of agents In CIA
(Central Intelligence Ageney), all they have to do n buy
a eopy of the Social Register.
Both political party chiefs concede Elsenhower could stam-
pede either Conventiona very Important admissionbecause it
is far easier for him to be elected than nomina ted... Camllle Gutt
of Belgium, who resigns as head of the Infl Monetary Fund In 8
weeks (In Washington), gets $36,000 (tax free) for the Job. In
France he'd have to earn $26.000 to have that much after taxes.
(Hi, suckers!)...To the Raleigh Times: Charle* (Choo Choo)
Justice, the grid star, Is the victim of a phony using his name In
and around the Broadway spots. Apologies to Choo Choo, his
family and friends. The matter U In the hands of sleuths now
.. .Flo Oeller becomes the bride of a Washington real estate man
there today...H. Clurman. the drama critic for New Republic (he
also directed "The Autumn Garden"), gave that play a rave re-
The Eddie Cantor-George lessel dinner at the Wal-
dorf May 5 Is already the big talk of the town.. .So to the
art ahaw at the Victor Hammer Galleries, 61. E. 57th. It
stars a million $ collection of Faberge Easter Eggs.. .Our
agents report that "Suicide Attack" (now at the Esquire,
San Francisco) to a corker. Made from captured Jap films
the evidence at Tojo's trial... Chris Dundee's Blg-Time
and Big Town fight cards at the Miami Beach Auditorium
are why it keeps playing to capacity...Watch for a film
Import from France titled: "Le Casse-Pieds," written and
acted by Nel-Nlel. It's a study of Boresusing trick
phetogglng, animated cartoon, poppet shows, etc.
Treat yerself to "Moonglow" as Lionel Hampton renders It.
Easy on tha ears as a child's chuckle.. .Joan Fontaine's biggest
fan, actor John CarUyle, to now her protege. Neat protegelng, Joan
...Jockey Boulmetla, after rating that juicy paragraph here the
other matinee, applied for exemption (via dependents) In the
draft, according to Baltimore papers. But the jockeys at Gulf-
stream (the source for the first story) insist he could have re-
ported underweight and didn'tso our pattycake stands.
Ed Wilcox wonders If anyone's called the Kefauver
counsellor: "Haliey-Doody"?.. .M. Berle says he saw Cos-
talo at the Embers In N. Y. but didn't recognise him. Ho
was wearing gloves. (Joke over).. .Sonny Ingraham of the
Late-to-Bed-Late-to-Rtoe set and Eduardo McNully are
teh-tehmg. ..Jose Iturbi has been signed by Jean Ten-
nyson to play at the VA hosp In Jackson, Miss.. Kafaaver
Coaam. lawyer Rudy HaUey has a cousin (Ralph Halley)
who owns an ad agency. One of his accounts is the Sherry-
Proatenac Hotel (Miami Beach), which got into the teevy
sets, radio and papers via Rudy's query to Costetto:
"Where did you live in Florida?" ( Answer: "At the Sherry-
Fraatonac!"). Some plug.. .will the editor in Tampa kind-
ly ose the right byline over my staff instead of a mimic's?
Except, of course, when the col'm to duller than It to in-
tended to be. Ahem!
Duke Ellington, dean of modern music, will be among those
entertaining the President at the Guild's Page One Ball (in Wash-
ington) tonight.. Hollywood reports Seor Pinza Is fussing with
the moguls and recording firms out there.. .The British Astors are
peddling their property in Manhattan. Their lordships just sold
1070 Park Avenue. Need dollars to pay British taxes...Maggie
MacNamara (who just got her big break as the lead In the road
troupe of "The Moon Is Blue") weds TV writer David Swift next
wk...Jane Win ton. ex-stage and screen emoter. has a first novel
due soon. "Park Ave. Doctor." They say it's good...Dr. Aaron
Roth's Word-marriage: "Schmoron".. .Nicky Blalr's new spot on
W. 56th has caught on. already. Always a good friend to people
who rate It.
New Yorchids: "The Maestro" (the life of Toscaninl)
by Howard Taubman. (8. It S.)...Bert Lahr, very funny,
In "Mr. Universe". ..Elmo Russ' new song, "Gotta. Find
Somebody to Love".. .Jovita's Latin-lilts at Tavern-on-
the-Green.. Noro Morales' new hot one. "The D'Avalos
- Mam bo".. ."Walt for Me" as rendered by Vlnie De Campo
on a London disc.. ."Sing, Everyone, 8lng!" by State Sen-
ator Fred Morltt. Via Jan Peerce's platter.. .And the new
fila, "Angelo."____________________
The Mail Sea Is or spaa Imn tot reaafi s* Tbs Panama Amarkaa
LeftBta are rocerd avetefulH and ora kanSlaa1 to o wholly onfldaattol
ii the
It rea cantfifeute a latter don I bo impatient il 1
OR* day. LetNn ore published m Hie ordei received
Wsbii try to keep the letter, limited to em pop.. lenath
Identity at totter writer, it held to FtrKrt.it cenfidence.
Tfcie newipaper a.iume. na reeeen.iaility far .tatatnenr. or opinions
Tupreeied to letter. Ivors reader..
I went to the Commy for coffee, ,
And bought me a pound of their best.
Twas nothing but Mocha and Java,
They swore by the good book that's blest!
I'd mortgaged my car and my camera.
My wife's watch and engagement ring.
The baby's go-cart and bottles.
To buy us the lov It would bring.
We brewed It with care and with longing.
And drooled as we watched It drip,
Ambrosia and Necter combined.
We thought as we put it to lip.
Twas bitter and muddy and awful.
And strong as a truck-drivers mitt.
Borne spilled on the floor: the dog drank It.
Then frothed at the mouth In a fit!
So down the draln-plpe we poured it.
And mourned as It fumed and It spit.
Our dreams of heaven and vanished.
Wed better have heated some Flit.
The sink, it started to leaking.
So to the office I handed my ripe.
The plumber came over and fixed It:
Three days mending holes In the pipes!
So we took our copper wash-boiler.
And made us a brew out of shoes,
Then added some crank-case dralnlngs.
Each breakfast that's now what we use.
So no more will we go to the Commy'
Sans auto, sans ring and sans bottles.
And believe the line that they hand us,
Wi s ng bu> hog-wash and twtttle m(ao |U0
Labor Mew*
By Victor Riesel
colony Is quite the place to cover
labor, you discover as you leave.
Where else can you find labor
leaders and temperamental di-
rectors quarreling over wheth-
er a Buddha on an Asiatic tem-
ple set should be carved by a
sensitive Japanese artist or a
union prop man? The huge
Oriental god finally was moved
on set when the producers
agreed to pay the equivalent of
union wages and the stage
hands gallantly gave the money
to charity.
Where else can you find labor
and management "feuding" over
union grass growers? Twentieth
Century-Fox has a permanent
lawn on Its lot, and so long as
It did not come within the range
of a movie camera It could be
manicured by the garden variety
gardener*. But once In a shot,
the stage-hands took over and
genial union leader. Cappy Du-
val, has seen to It tSat rus prop
men care for that union grass
from now on.
Where else can you find a la-
bor relations man for a multl-
mllllon dollar operation Who
who throws himself on his of-
lice couch and suffers out loud
like one of the stars, when the
labor leaders who are negotiat-
ing with him "insist just a lit-
tle too hard"?
Where else do you find
made-up women talking o] re-
fusing to apply the final gla-
mor touch to Commie actors,
or towel the sweat off the
brow and arm of a lefty lady
star sweating plebianly under
the heavy lightsl Where else
do you dig into the files to
learn that Commies organited
special delegations which went
to producers to warn them
they would not work on the
sets of "Captain Eddie," the
Rickenbaker story, because
they didn't like his views on
Where else do you find a poli-
tical radar" system set up by
the anti-Communists to screen
all incoming Commie ironts
and then a "warning system" to
alert i he movie community?
And lnce these are exactly
what every American crossroads
should have, I give It to you here
in detail: _
First, a small group set Itself
up as a sort of high command-
intelligence division, made up of
producers, union actors, writers,
office workers and movie pro-
duction people in the local AFL
Guilds and statge organizations.
They then arranged for close
stuay of the Communist dally.
Peoples. World, and other "lite-
rature," as the comrades call
their Party tracts.
All meeting announcements
were "politically radared" and
the grapevine lmmedl a t e 1 y
warned actors, directors and
craft people to stay away. The
Hollywood Athletic Club and the
Troupers Club Halls, which al-
ways glamorized the lefty meet-
ings and gave them a movie
aura, although usually with
Harry Bridges' waterfront
claques, were warned. Result was
relusal to rent and the com-
rades were forced to go Into
downtown Los Angeles where
the usual meeting halls are less
Special Commie gimmick was
to give 'plaque awards" to
Hollywood people and it
certainly attracted the movie
innocents, whose names and
presence were, unbeknown to
them, to be used as "sucker
bait" to sell tickets and pro-
paganda to the big crowds
which came to see the cele-
brities. So the "warning sys-
tem" went into action and
soon the stars were turning
their pretty noses up at these
When a Commie front was so
cleverly camouflaged that ex-
posure of It could come only
Irom the most confidential
sources, the antl-Commle com-
mand contacted the studios. Pro-
ducers were told It would be im-
possible to wan off the popular
actors because that would betray
source or a plant.
So, Instead, the glamorous one
would be summoned for studio
duty at the very moment when
he had innocently agreed to
make an appeal for some
"cause." He didn't come; the
meeting failed.
Every new organization with
a crusading name would be thor-
oughly and quietly probed. Ty-
pical was the "Democrats for Ca-
lifornia"; it proved to be very
legitimate actually Democrats
for California. Word went about
that those Democrats who were
interested could Join without
fear of ensnaring themselves.
It was learned that the com-
rades specialized In greeting all
newcomers to the studios. The
union people and the producers
started to pool their Information
and got to all newcomers first.
Typical: One Negro actor was
especially wooed by the Com-
mies. So, the antl-Commles got
him into a room with the lead-
ing loyal Negro unionist here
and the newcomer wasn't sucker
Certainly there are Reds in
Hollywood. But believe me, the
labor people and AFL actors
aren't color bUnd any more.
{Copyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
(Copyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
What the Well-Dressed Man Is Wearing
Raucous Times
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NEW YORK All men make mistakes, and I
concede I Just made a beaut. A nice second-
hand piano has come to Uve at our house, and
between the piano and the dogs very little .gets
Having been raised simply. I always regarded
a scale as something that grew on a fish, and
a measure was a round wooden bucket that you
doled out grain In. When the music teacher re-
ferred to "four beats to a measure" all it told
me was that we had substituted vegetables for
But, as Master Joseph Bushkln. the mad ge-
nius, says, I love a piano. I feel a fine way
about a Stelnway. A piano to a pretty shiny
thing, and it fills up space, and anyhow, I
never owned one before. And I am considering
taking an ax to It.
Whta has happened to that the house seems
forever to be hip-deep in musicians. Nobody
gets any sleep any more. If anybody had ever
suggested that I would sit up until 10 ajn. lis-
tening to Mr. Bushkln wage a private cat fight
with Mr. Buck Clayton, on piano and trumpet,
I would have regarded them as mildly nuts.
But this has happened. You step out for a
stroll and a short beer and wind up with a six-
piece 1azz combo, and the other tenant scream
and the work goes undone and the dogs become
psychotic. Especially our dogs. They hate mu-
sic. I mentioned before that they treed Arthur
Oodfrey and et up bis ukulele one night, which
may be an Indication of good musical taste.
However, I am learning music, the hard way.
From musician-. Since Mr. Bushkln selected our
piano, he regards it as his own. and frequently
shows up to see U It to In tune. This work a
hardship on the house, because Mr. Bushkln
does not generally finish his night-club chore
until am., and then needs a couple of hours
to relax before he seeks the muse again.
We are complimented that Mr. Bushkln. who
Is possibly the best Jazz piano player In the na-
tion, or maybe the world, would honor us with
free performances, but Mr. Bushkln always ar-
rives with friends, and the friends eat, and
drink, and play until day after tomorrow.
In the last month, since the baby (grand)
came, I have failed to write three books, four
plays and a critical history of Arthur Schle-
slnger, Jr. But we beat out a helluva musical
comedy the other night, between the hours of
six and nine a.m. Nobody wrote down any notes,
but It sounded real cool.
ii a man hangs around musicians, his speech
changes. One calls everybody "cat" or "pops"
and goes around humming "beep-boo-be-bop-
boo," which causes people to stare at you on the
streets. I used to claw my mustache In time
of mental strife, and now find that my fingers
and toes drum nervously In perfect tempo.'. It
has been said lately that Ruark has one of the
best right feet In the music business. I can
play "Honeysuckle Rose" like Fats Waller, using
only four toes.
This brief association with Mr. Bushkln, who
looks like a cut down Dr. Fu Manchu, has forc-
ed me back into the arts, because Mr. Bushkln
and Miss Tallulah Bankhead are close cronies.
and somewhere we lead Inevitably to Oodfrey.
Mine eyes have beheld a sight unknown to or-
dinary mortals a vocal duet between Bank-
head and Oodfrey. with Bushkln on the
p-1-a-n-o. Bankhead sings one octave lower
than Oodfrey. Mine ears have suffered In the
process, too.
The good Lord knows where all this will end,
but there to a short hunch that I will wind up
as an underpaid sldeman In St. Louis, wearing
a be-boD beard and puffing heavily on a stick
of tea. That means marijuana. I think.
The only other alternative Is to send the pia-
no back to Stelnway and take up the typewriter
again a an art form. Heavens to Betsy, as us
cats say when we are really flying, you can't
make a career of both, pops.
Mr. Commuter
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) He was a little guy.
Gray haired. Fiftytoh. Wore glasses. His over-
coat looked a little too big for him andi his. hat
brim was turned up at an odd angle. He look-
ed timid almost mousey. Pass him on ue
street and you wouldn't pay him any attention
Then, wham bang zowle and also socko. This
was a modern David, that's who it was, taking
on a whole cartel of Ooliaths. .. .;____;
His name was Herbert Askwlth and he hailed
from Larchmont. N. Y., 'which to a suburb of the
Big Town. He said he was a commuter on the
New York, New Haven and Hartford, and he
said It as though that was a full-time occupa-
tion hi itself. He said he was a commuter,
proudly and defiantly. For the Ooliaths he was
taking on were the great American railroads
the whole kit, caboodle and grab bag of them,
with all their millions and with all their power
and influence. ... ,.
Here he was. Mr. Herbert Askwlth of Larch-
mont, appearing before the august ll-man In-
terstate Commerce Commission in Washington,
and daring to tell them that the railroads
weren't entitled to this seventh freight rate In-
crease they bad obtained since the end of the
war. The gall of the man.
Whom did he represent; He represented him-
self. He was a consumer. He paid his own fare
down to Washington to tell off the ICC and the
railroad's counsel. E. H. Burgess of the B. It O.
Mr. Askwlth has been doing this for some
years. He makes his living u a public rela-
tions adviser in New York. It was his idea, lor
Instance, to have a garden of a million tulip
bulbs for the last World's Fair. And he started
the idea for the National Home Safety awards.
Tulips and home safety would be more In keep-
ing with Mr. Askwlth's appearance and char-
acter. Bucking the railroad corporations, no,
But several years ago he saw in the paper
that there was to be a hearing over In Brooklyn
oi. raising commuter fares on the New Haven.
He had to ride the New Haven from and to
Larchmont every day and he had a mad on be-
cause the cars were crowded and cold ana
weren't swept out. 8c he went over to see.
Nobodv was there to protest, and it looked as
though the commuters' fare increase would go
through like a crossing whistle. What Prompt-
ed him, he does not know to this day. But Mr.
Askwlth got up in meeting and spoke himself a
piece. By golly. It worked.
He stopped the Increase. And thus while New
York Central and Pennsylvania and the Jersey
commuters' lines have had increase after in-
crease, New Haven has been held back.
That started him. He became a student of
railroad financial statements. He found to his
own surprise that he could understand them.
It became a hobby. He started writing pieces
about them for the magazines. It became a
one-man crusade.
The railroads would no doubt like to have
bin. run over by the 5:27. He would fit nicely
across the rails. And both wheels of every axle
would quarter him nicely. If not evenly one
head, one torso and two feet.
Yet here he was In the big lonr ICC hearing
room, with the honorable commissioners siting
up behind tunlr bench like ducks in a shooting
gallery for him to sling rocks at.
"As I did before in a previous freight-rate
case." be began, "I have come here to plead the
right of the consumer. For actually It to the
consumer who 'pays the freight.' Every in-
crease granted by this Commission will be pass-
ed on to the consumer as it always has been."
And bo on. _
"As an Investor in railroad securities myself,
be said. "I am not at all thrilled by the prospect
that my dividends may be greater If the rail-
roads force another boost In living costs on the
American people...
"The fact that the railroads have been ex-
pressly omitted from the price regulation of the
National Defense Act does not mean that they
are exempt from price control. It simply means
that the government wants to avoid duplication
of control. The government Is counting on the
Interstate Commerce Commission to exercise
control In harmony with policy for the good of
the entire country." And a lot more.
Well, It's only a 6 per cent freight rate in-
crease that the railroads are asking this time,
though they say they'll have to ask for more in
view of recent railway wage Increases. The ICO
has taken the case under advisement. If tney
approve the raise. It will bring freight rate
boosts to over 60 per cent since the end of uie
If they grant the raise. Mr. Askwlth's one-man
,-rusade will hav been lutlle. Get what comfort
out of it you can. that a David can still tell off
the giants la this land of the free and home of
the brave tell It to 'em good.
Drew Pearson says: Life of glamor-girl Virginia HU was
no bed of roses; RR settlement snagged over John
Steelman; Joint Chiefs of Staff continue ban on For-
restal diary. , .
WASHINGTON.Here are a few facts not brought out dur-
ing the Crime Committee probe of the glamor girl of the under-
world, Virginia Hill:
Miss Hill first broke Into prominence among the gangsters
when she lived In the Chicago boardlnghouse where Chicago's Je>
Epstein, then a student In accountancy, also lived. Virginia,
a restaurant waitress at that time, frequently brought coffee and
cukes to the hungry Epstein. Later, when Epstein got out of
school, he became an accountant for the underworld, also began
helping Miss Hill.
She became a runner for the underworld, carrying money
between racketeers In different cities. This was a precarious
job. But Virginia was smart enough to keep an Intimate diary
locked In a vault with a record of the various financial transac-
tions, and Instructions that the flies were to be made public If
anything happened to her.
Mobsters on the lam trusted their money to hera doubly
dangerous assignment; for not only was It Illegal, but it puf
Miss Hill's Ufe in Jeopardy Inside the underworld.
The underworld, which lives by a code of its own, knew
every time Virginia had a large chunk of cash. The mobsters
also knew that if they robbed her, she couldn't report It to that
cops. At least half a dozen times, therefore, Virginia was beater
black and blue, and her apartment ransacked In attempts by that
underworld to steal loot from itself. In addition. Miss Hill ran
the risk of being bumped off by her own pals to whom shot
could never prove she had actually been robbed.
Some televiewers thought Virginia Hill's life was a bed ol
roses. But It wasn't.
Only one Issue has been holding up settlement of the long,
bitter railroad strikenamely, the role of Presidential assistant
John Steelman as'mediator. The railroads want the likable ex-
Alabama College professor to arbitrate future differences, but
iae railroad brotherhoods want someone else.
One reason that Labor won't accept Steelman Is a secret
memo that was intercepted from S. H. Pulllam to B. B. Bryant,
who are handling the strike negotiations for the Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad. This secret memo declares: "The rules will be
Steelman's Interpretations which are pretty much the same a
the railroads'."
NOTESteelman, a former Labor mediator, used to be pop-
ular with Labor before he entered the White House. Now he hast
a slight grandeur complex, hankers to be head of the New York
Stock Exchange.
The Defense Department has recently been urged to releas
the private diary of the late Secretary of Defense, James For-
restal, and in that end an edited version was sent to the Joint
Chiefs of Staff for approval. However, they dropped It like a hot
Some of the hot spots that caused the joint chiefs to keep
the diary suppressed are:
Forrestal told how he came close to firing then Secretary of
the Air Force Symington In the spring of IMS for an unauth-
orized, pro-Air Force speech on the West Coast.
. Forrestal also complained of his troubles getting the thro
services to agree on war strategy and a defense budget. Twice;
he appealed to General Marshall to support increases In the "mil-
itary budget. The first time, Marshall was Secretary of State and
favored priorities for foreign aid Instead. The second time Mar-
shall urged that the extra money be spent for Universal Military
Training. _
Forrestal also wrote bitterly of his distrust of tta.e French
and British. The diary has now gone back to the custody of
the President's Naval Aide, Rear Adm. Robert L. Dennon.
Britain's new Foreign Minister Herbert Morrison has com-'
plained to the American Embassy that U.S. arms shipments art
slow in arriving In Britain.
Morrison told Ambassador Walter Otfford. former head of
American Telephone and Telegraph, that shipments are so Tar
behind schedule that it is Jeopardizing British plans to expand
Morrison also apologized that his first official contact* sine
taking over as Foreign Minister had to do with a complaint.
But he emphasized that American arms are a matter of extremo
urgency for Britain If the West is to plan a successful defensa
against Communism. ,
Genial Senator Wherry of Nebraska secretly tried to launch
a Wherry-for-Presldent boom the other day. But It has boom-
Wherry arranged to send a form letter to GOP National Com-
mltteemen recommending himself "as the party's Presidential
candidate." The letter went out under the signature of Repub-
lican State Chairman David Martin of Kearney, Nebraska-sup-
posedly without Wherry's knowledge, but actually upon Wherry
Tlie letter also Included a copy of a speech, plugging Wherry,
which was delivered at the Nebraska GOP convention by dele-
gate George Tunlson. What the letter neglected to mention, how-
ever, Is that Tunlson is Wherry's campaign manager The great
Presidential boom now seems to have fizzled and the Senator
from Nebraska has gone back to his Job of herding the GOP
flock on the Senate floor, which he does well.
Here's a brief round-up on recent unpublished facts In the)
Korean War: We expected to cut off 80,000 enemy troops by
dropping paratroopers behind the line, but significantly tho
paratroopers ran Into little opposition...Until last week, very
few Communist Chinese had been spotted crossing the Yalu Rlver
into Korea. However, last week, large Chinese troop movementsi
were observed crossing the Yalu. Troop trains are now rolling
toward tie front, and the Air Force to shooting them up at the
rate of eight to ten per day. Some have been loaded with high
explosives that have shot 5,000 feet into the air...The most in-
teresting /.port cabled by Gen. Charles Wllloughby. chief of
MacArthur's Intelligence, Is that the North Koreans seemed to b
ettlni plenty of Russian arms, including field artillery. But tnet
Chinese are getting nothing. The heaviest Chinese weapon is still
the mortar, and Wllloughby reports that no Russian weapon
have been captured from Chinese units. .Perhaps the alliance
between Mlscow and Pelplng Isn't working as well as the head-
lines Indicate.
(Copyright, MM, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)

Canal Zone School Activities
College Corner
By Martha Irvin
This Is that hateful, dreaded week again.....examsl Once
more we see people coming 10 school with bags under their eyes
from studying. Yesterday people were walking around muttering
about tne Crimean War. today It was the economic system of this.
that and the other thing, and tomorrow they will be trying to
memorize what has happened In Argentina. Brazil, and Mexico.
The Freshmen, after three nlne-weelcs In college, are beginning
to think that you can't memorize nine week's work In two days.
So don't any of you tell Mr. Bowen about the plans to lock him
out of L.A.G.P. for ten minutes tomorrow so the class can be dis-
missed without the test. ...
The Junior College was very well represented at the
Midnight Show last Friday nlte. Naturally "the boys'*
were there en masse. But there were m people there
too. In one of the scary parts of the movie when the
ghost came out, Gerl Snodgrass was so scared she jumped
clear down on the floor. She jumped so fast, In fact, that
she got a cramp In her leg. Such is life.
Then Saturday night was the hayride! It was really a won-
derful success. In the truck. It was practically a music festival
Mary Lea, Alicia Cordoba. Isabel Tomayo. and the rest of those
kids would sing a Spanish song, then Frances Farrell, Ben Reyes,
and them would sing something like "Goodnlte Irene." But af-
ter a while this got boring so they all sang at once. Oh. It blended
beautifully. And Alvaro Paredes accompanied them on the har-
The hayride went out to the Summit Golfclub where
there was a weinie roast. After everyone was full, they
went on out to Madden Dam. On the way there was a
sort of Mambo contest. Lucho Perez and Alicia Cordoba
might have won. After running around Madden Dam a
while, everyone piled back in and came back home by way
of Cocoli and the ferry. That was where Ronnie Anger-
mulier cot mad at Francess Farrell and picked her up by
her feet and dangled her in the air. Of course there was
the inevitable hay-fight. You can still see hay strewn
up and down Balboa.
But everyone had a real super duper time. The lirst truck
was ihe one where all the noise-maklnn and all went on.
The second truck was rather aulet. but thev had a good time.
Thenx to the S.A. for a wonderful hay-ride.
litnry Phillips has been In the hospital since last Monday. If
you want a personal account ol the exciting life In the hospital,
just talk to Henry. He has been bored to death. So take a pointer
and when your iriends go in the hospital, take a few minutes and
go up to see them. But look around first before you go up to see
Hen.y. As of yesterday, he was hoping to get out today. Luckily,
he \,as, or Is. just up there for a check up.
Judy Smith is up In the hospital too. They think she might
iave a concussion. Seems that ud at Santa Clara she bumped
uto a door or something and hit her head. She didn't think
anything more about it till she started getting terrific headaches
So now there she Is. Hope she gets okav soon.
If you read the society section of the paper Sunday nlte, you
saw Jean Bolln's engagement. Our ex-Jayceer Is getting married
on the 27ih of this month. We all wish you loads of luck and
happiness Jean.
Hey. poeple. The plans for the Banquet are really getting
"under Way now. From the tentative plans. It's going to be a
iper duper one. It is going to be at the Clayton Officers Club,
which is an awfully nice place, and It's going to be about the end
of May. That's just next month, boys, so start looking around
for vour dates. There will be a date box put out sometime soon,
so watch for it. There will also be put out soon notices as to
whether outside dates will be permitted. It Is probable that they
will, but so far It Is Indefinite.
If any of you folks are interested In staging for the
College play, See How They Run. come over to the bottom
of the girls' dorm Saturday morning. That's the work
shop for now. Last Saturday Jerry Raymond. Anna
Howie, and Dm MeConnell painted- a let of the scenery.
When they got thrw. It was all brown, and a lot of them
was brown too. But that's to be expected. I guess.
Yesterdav morning Pabby O'Donnell was still In an intangible
mood from the hav-ride. It was fun, huh?. ..if anyone sees a
{Ittle gold track shoe around school, please return It to Jackie
llau. She lost It Monday, and it Is a lossl... .The T. C. came out
Monday and domed If it wasn't good. Hope vou all read it all
because it was ail pretty near a scream.
C.H.S. News
By Beverly Lindstrom
Moan! Groan! Toll and Trou-
ble! Thus did Monday sweep back
Into being, symbolizing the end
of spring vacation and the start
of the last school grind.
According to the R.O.T.C. boys,
the spring camp was a huge suc-
cess. To most of the boys it was
quite an experience. Their time
was spent marching, platoon tac-
tical problems and a full inspec-
tion. Those were Just some of the
activities seen in the everyday
army life for four days. The big-
gest disappointment of all was
lights out at 9:30 and no passes.
Movies, swimming and eating was
by all means the finest part of
the whole program.
The National Honor Society
held an initiation for the new
members that were selected. They
were: Henry Wachtel, Francisco
Wong. Bill Knott, Jackie Boyle.
Pat Geddes, Nellie Holgerson, and
Yolanda Diez. These people were
selected on their outstanding
Scholarship, Leadership Charac-
ter and Service. Yolanda Diez
olayed her accordion to the tune-
ful "La Spagnola" then for an
encore she Dlayed "If I Knew You
Were Coming." After the cere-
mony Mr. Beck gave quite an im-
pressive talk on "Thinking."
"It was easy." "Boy I thought
that test was hard." Those were a
few of the comments from the
Junior class last Tuesday. Thev.
the Juniors, were tested on their
arithmetic skills.
A Senior class meeting was
held last week to pick a com-
mittee for the commencements
exercise. John Townsend, Tom-
my Jordan, Nancy Kaufer and
Rita Fisher were chosen. Fran-
ces Wone is the chairman of
this committee. The class also
discussed plans for Senior
Week, which is not very far off.
After several weeks of Impa-
tient waiting the senior girls who
took the civil service test finally
received word. To celebrate for
the ble maj.orltv.of the girls that
passed. Pat Geddes and Jane
ComDton furnished refreshments
for the third period shorthand
Smile pretty now," said Mrs.
Smith, and her favorite photog-
rapher Victor Mizrachl. They
took the pictures of thi.fortb-
comlng graduates In theiF triWl-
tlonal caos and gowns. These pic-
tures will appear on the inside
cover of the 1951 Caribbean.
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Orchids and more orchids to the ROTC for sponsoring the
"simply wonderful" Shipwreck Dance. The decorations were "simply
:hlp-shape;" the orchestra, "simply snappy." Along with every-
thing else, I just know that everyone "simply loved" the Orange
and Under-the-Bar Dances. Course the winners of these and the
jitterbug contest also aroused quite a bit of applause. Margaret
Ryter and Jack Love for the Orange Dance; Marilyn Bevlngton
and Paul Jameson for the Under-the-Bar Dance; and Jacque
Hutchlngs and Henry Cruz for the Jitterbug contest. Thanks again,
Reserve Officers Training Corps.
It seems as though I'm wearing out every technique possible
to Influence you boys of Balboa High School to get dates for the
dances. I've tried both forceful and pleading methods, but they
musn't taking effect for there are a great many gals who lack a
date to the Deep-Sea Formal this Friday night. Boys, there must
be at least one girl In our alma mater who would tit the bill for
this gala evening. Why not ask her now huh? The dance will
be held at the Tlvoli Hotel and the correct time will be announced
In, the dally bulletin.
Another grand affair for which all juniors and seniors
should thinking about is the Junior-Senior Banquet. The
annual banquet will take place at the Tlvoli Hotel on
April 20. Just yesterday the seniors received their Indi-
vidual invitations to attend the prom and banquet.
This means that It is time that the boys of the upper classes
get busy and get a date for one of the greatest events In all of
the wonderful high school days.
Tomorrow during second period, the seniors will have a class
meeting In the library. They will discuss the acceptance of the
banquet Invitations, Baccalaureate, and other factors important
to the graduating class of '51.
Last week and this, seniors were again reminded of the near-
ness of commencement. Blanks were distributed In the homerooms
to each hlgh-and-mlghty asking him to print correctly his name
as he wishes It on his diploma. It was a spine-tingling eperlence
filling out the papers, wasn't, seniors?
Not only reminding seniors but others Is a notation written
on Mr. Zierten's blackboard. Tomorrow It will read that there are
39 more class periods to go. Day by day the senior class advisor
wili continue to tabulate the remaining number of school days
until there are none. What a glorious day that will be!
Today Governor of Girls State 1950 Annette Godby
and Representative of Girls State 1950 to Washington Patt
Walker spoke to the junior girls taking U.S. History. The
1951 session of Girls State will take place from June 8 to
June 14.
Annette and Patt explained to the girls the doings and ob-
jects of Girls State and pointed out the advantages of attending
this year's session. However, only Junior girls who are American
citizens and taking U.S. History are able to attend. Think it over,
Junior girls, it's worthwhile to attend, so fill out your applications
NEA Staff Correspondent
Plans To Select
Colon 'Elks Day'
De'e^ates Completed
COLON. April 2 Plans for the
selection of the delegation that
will represent the city of Colon
at the Annual Elks Field Day to
be held at La Boca Am-11 15 by
the members of the Justice Lodce
of Elks were completed Sundav
night at a meeting held at the
office of the mayor.
Bills Edgar (Tex) Walcott and
Martin Richards were chosen to
make the necessary arrange-
ments by appointing the various
members of the committee. Bl'l
Hubert M. Green will be In charge
of transportation..
The next meeting will be held
April 12 at the usual place.
Methodist Teen Age
Club To Hold Fancy
Bazaar Anril 13
The Methodist Teen-Agers Club
will hold a fancy bazaar Friday,
April 13, at Geddes Hall.
There will be a short program
of i-ongs, recitations and dia-
There will also be cakes, soft
drinks, fishing wells and other
special attractions.
The public Is cordially invited.
Pianist Ericourt
Plays Here Monday
Daniel Ericourt. famed French-
American pianist, will appear in
concert here next Monday even-
ing under the sponsorship of Pa-
nama's National University.
The concert will be given at the
University and Is to be presented
in connection with the cultural
activities of the school's summer
Ericourt, who has appeared
here on several previous occa-
sions, is arriving the end of this
week from Costa Rica.
His program will include a
Llzst Sonata, twelve of Chopins
Preludes, Villalobos' Las Tres
Marias and the Russian dance of
Music Students Plan
Fourth Piano Recital
A piano recital will be given
April 19 at the Pacific Clubhouse
by the music class studying un-
der the direction of Ellsha Tar..
The recital is scheduled to begin
at 8 p.m.
It will be the fourth annual
program to be given by the stu-
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Last week was the hustle and
hustle of dance prenarations.
The Varsity Dance will be April
14th. The all-star girls voted
for a sports king, three senior
boys have been nominated for
candidates. Everything Is
hush-hush, even the candi-
dates won't know until the big
night. "
The Junior-Senior Prom has
been postponed until May 5th
This Is to give the boys more time
to get dates. Better hurry boys!
It was a wonderful picnic, so
everyone said. Fort San Lorenzo
was again the scene of a gay
V>?a,ster Sunday. Dick Sulli-
van, Dick DuCote and Leo Turner
drove everyone over in their cars,
wai hley got the" everyone
tigs. Arter Andy gave th
word to begin a mad hum was on
for the eetrs. Jane Compton and
Tom Kelley found Tevln es
KnK muc,h luck nd 22
In flipping a coin Jane received
JES of more eggs to add to her
collection. Exploring the old fort
and scaling down the hills seem-
ed to be a lot of fun to the pic-
nickers. v
The food was enjoyed by so
many people such as: Helena De-
Boyrle, Jane Compton, Helen Kis-
HUi!, Pat Kelley. Jrianlta Meeks,
Kita, Anna and Mary Fisher
Barbara Hlckey. Ardls Wlllough-
by Tom Kelley, Jack Alexaitls,
John Townshend, Tommy Jor-
dan, Dick DuCote, Buddy Turner
pick Sullivan, Noel McGinn, An-
drew Llm. John Fahnestock,
Danny Kissam, and Victor Miz-
Cadet Major, Leo Constantlne
was promoted to Sgt. first class.
Larry Cox, Maurice Thompson,
Alexis Vila, Pete Johnson, Rich-
ard McCparran and Leslie Rlne-
hart were promoted to Sergeants.
Bruce Newhard. Alfonso Maldo-
nado. Johnnie Roberts and Mi-
chael Zimmerman were promot-
ed to Corporal.
Friends and members of the
Atlantic Side Teen-Age Associa-
tion had a wonderful time at the
house warming and the Block
Dance last Friday night. Caleb
Clement furnished music for this
occasion. With good food and a
well furnished house who could
ask for more. By the way, elec-
tions are coming up soon.
Seniors! Only 42 more days un-
til graduation.
Your body elaana out axceas Adda
nd polionoua waata In your blood
thru million tiny delicate Kidney tubea
or Altera. Pollona In the KHIneye or
Bladder may make you (offer from
atron;, oloudy urln Qettln up Nlrhte,
NerTouanaew, Le* i-alna. Circle Under
.yea, Backache, Achina- Jointa AcMltr
0r burning; p.aaeiea. Cyrta, now im-
ported from the U.B.A., atarti working
promptly, halpa make you .'eal younger,
dp-oncer, better In I waya: 1. Help*.
riur kldneya clean out poiaonoua acida.
Combata arma la the urinary ayatem.
I. Soothe and calma Irritated tlaauea.
Aak your drugclat for Cyatea today.
See how quUkly It may July yu-
Atlantic Side Organizations
were honored by the cadet bat-
talion of the ROTC last Thurs-
day morning. The organisa-
tions represented were: both
Atlantic side posts of the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars, the El-
bert S. Wald American Legion
Post, the Atlantic Chapter of
the Reserve Officers Associa-
tion, the Naval Reserve Officers
(RONS! and the B.P.O. Elks
Lodge No. 1542. The ceremony
at Mt. Hope Stadium consisted
of a battalion parade in which
the cadets passed in review for
thr representatives of the or-
ganizations being honored. Mr.
E. L. Slocum, a familiar face
around the school presented a
streamer to Company "D,"
commanded by Cadet Capt.
Ray Pinto, for the best marks-
manship record in the Cristo-
bal battalion; another streamer
went out to Company "E" com-
manded by Cadet Capt. Dick
Sullivan for winning the "Best
Ail-Around Company" compe-
The ROTC boys have really
been making headlines in the
news lately. Promotions came
this way again. Cadet Captain
Dick DuCote was promoted to
sively Yours: If you can believe
the news dispatches from Rome.
Robert Taylor lost his heart, and
subsequently Barbara Stanwyck,
to Lia de Leo, a red-haired ac-
tress who pedicured his toes In
"Quo Vadls."
That, ladles, la a new way to a
man's heart.
Lla's comment on the Taylor-
Stanwyck divorce left Holly-
wood's glamor dolls gulping. Said
Lia: "It was evident that after
meeting me a divorce was the
only possible solution."
Nicky Hilton's recent night club
didoes and a big loss at Las Vegas
gambling tables has papa Con-
rad Hilton ready to cut off his
allowance and drawing account.
... Watch for fireworks in the
Ginny Simms-Hyatt Dehn di-
vorce suit. Hyatt's wealthy par-
ents are boiling over charges
that he blitzed Ginny's personal
Prosperity Note: Rhonda Flem-
ing Just bought TWO Cadillacs.
Final gag about Blng Crosby's
operation. Walter O'Keefe insists
the doctors had to remove a clot
from his wallet.
It's Thomas Mitchell and Vlve-
1 ca Llndfors for the co-starring
roles In "Skid Row" at Fox...
1 The whisper about co-starring
! Blng Crosby and Judy Garland
In "Famous" stemmed from a
private talk between Blng and
Judy. The Paramount front of-
fice knows nothing about It.
e e e
Ginger Rogers and Steve Coch-
ran have just taken the no-
dates-with-anybody-else oath.
Their pals predict a quick mar-
John Lucas overheard It: "She
was perfectly willing to live on
his Income but that didn't leave
anything for him to live on."
a a
Dick Powell is advertising "Cry
Danger" on television spot an-
nouncements with the cry: "See
'Cry Danger' on television in 1985
or see It now at your favorite
I MOM has decided that Peter
1 Lawford is too young to play the
. title role In "Ivanhoe" and Is
frantically searching for anoth-
er swashbuckling type...Don't
pass any crying towels to Don de
Fore because the play "Mike Mc- ,
I Cauley" folded after only four
performances in Chicago. He
Jumped right back to Hollywood
for a TV film lead and a new Hal
Wallls movie.. Don Taylor is be-
ing paged by MOM again for
"The Burning Secret" with Greer
One of the sore points with Er-
rol Flynn In his legal row over
the European-made "Bloodline"
Is his charge that Producer BUI
Marshall completed the film In
secret with a double after he In-
jured his back.
A fellow named Frank Custer
operates a hot-dog stand next
door to the stage where they're
filming General Custer's story In
"Little Big Horn." You guessed It.
The place now has a sign: "Cus-
ter's Last stand."
e e e
Double-take line from the
script of "Peking Express" de-
scribing the look a Chinese Com-
munist gives Corinne Calvet:
"It's obvious that he has more
on his mind than the party
party struggle."
You won't recognize the Ring-
ling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey
circus when It tours this year.
Cecil B. DeMllle's touches for
"The Greatest Show on Earth"
are being retained by the big-
top owners, even to the little
theme song and beauties taking
baths In tubs atop elephants'
The MARX BROS., in
Picture of the Year!
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t" }" 1" lf 2H
Va Espafia 121 Tel. S-1MS
Ofensiva final para sacar a
aliados de Corea prepara China
Medio milln de hombres se
concentran tras el paralelo
para realizarla en primavera
En desafo a esa potencialidad humana-los aliados
cruzaron en masa esa lnea
TOKIO, abril 3 (UP) (Urgen-
te)Ms de medio milln de sol-
dados comunistas se estn con-
centrando al norte del Paralelo
38. preparndose para lo que
iueda ser un Intento final de
os rojos para arrojar a las Na-
ciones Unidas fuera'de Corea.
El General MacArthur comu-
nic que el Comando Rojo est
concentrando 83 divisionesel
potencial comunista ms Bran-
de en toda la guerrapara una
ofensiva de primavera contra las
fuerias de las Naciones Unidas.
Al mismo tiempo, el Premier
norcoreano y Comandante Su-
premo comunista. Kim II Sung,
le dijo a los periodistas comu-
nistas en su Cuartel General cer-
ca del frente: "Estamos confia-
dos en que arrojaremos a los a-
gresores fuera de Corea".
Mientras tanto, las fuerzas de
los Estados Unidos Irrumpieron
en masa a travs del Paralelo en
un reto desafiante a ms de me-
dio milln de comunistas que
preparan una contra-ofensiva de
Fuertes contingentes de una
divisin norteamericana cruza-
ron la vieja frontera en el sector
occidental al norte, de Sel. Las
retaguardias comunistas se estn
reforzando un poco ms al norte
pero las tropas norteamericanas
encontraipn slo una ligera re-
sistencia. Al mismo tiempo, la
Divisin "Captol" surcoreana en
la costa oriental extendi su
cabeza de puente en tierra co-
munista a ms de quince millas.
Se tienen muy pocos detalles
del primer cruce en masa de las
fuerzas de los Estados Unidos.
Un despacho dijo que los norte-
americanos no avanzaron en una
linea compacta a todo lo largo
de diez millas, sino que enviaron
patrulla en los lugares en donde
no llegaron a cruzar en masa.
El Cuartel General del Octavo
Ejrcito Inform que patrullas
blindadas v de infantera alia-
das haban avanzando hacia el
norte en bsqueda de nuevas po-
siciones de defensa comunistas
en dos lugares en el frente occi-
dental por cuarto da consecu-
Las patrullas del Octavo Ejr-
cito penetraron a travs del Pa-
ralelo, a voluntad, para tantear
las posiciones de las retaguar-
dias comunistas. No se encontr
resistencia comunista.
Las tropas surcoreanas captu-
raron a Hyon, a tres millas al
sur del Paralelo y a 25 millas
tierra adentro desde la costa o-
riental de Corea.
El Octavo Ejrcito no se es-
taba haciendo ilusiones de que
los chinos se han retirado, sino
para reforzarse para lo que pue-
da ser la ms grande y crucla'.
batalla en los nueve meses de la
guerra de Corea. Una derrota de
los comunistas podra ser un ar-
gumento final para persuadir al
inu a la Ptina i. Columna 71
Dificultades para
construir parques
Infantiles, aqu
Se han encontrado algunos
tropiezos para la campaa de
construccin de parques lnr
fantlles en vista de que la
Junta Municipal de Educacin
est imposibilitada para rea-
lizar estos gastos.
Segn fuimos informados, la
Junta Municipal de Educacin
sola no maneja estos fondos,
ino que lo hace en asocio de
la Inspeccin Provincial de E-
ducaclon, la cual elabora el
presupuesto de acuerdo con lo
que especifica el articulo 211
de la Ley Orgnica de Educa-
cin, la cual no provee para
campos de juegos.
Se est estudiando esta di-
ficultad para lograr llevar a
cabo esta importante necesi-
dad del distrito. Se ha pensa-
do hasta en accin popular or-
ganizada para el acoplo de
fondos para los Parques In-
fantiles, tal como hace un ao
hizo la Sociedad Pro-Mejoras
del Parque Lefevre.
Es muy posible que por ac-
cin popular o por otros me-
dios, los Parques Infantiles
que proyecta la Alcalda, lle-
guen a ser una realidad, fui-
mos informados.
Comisin de depositantes del
Fiduciario recomienda plan
para reapertura del Banco
La comisin presenta uii conceptuoso anlisis de la
situacin, advirtiendo los perjuicios de una quiebra
Aprobada la estructura de la
Junta Central de Caminos que
funcionar en Obras Pblicas
Se ha dividido el pas en tres grandes secciones
para efectos de la organizacin de caminos
De acuerdo con Informes ob-
tenidos en el Ministerio de O-
bras Pblicas, la nueva organi-
zacin de la Junta Central de
Caminos que ha sido definitiva-
mente aprobada, estar integra-
da en la siguiente forma:
Un Ingeniero Jefe de la Sec-
cin de Caminos v un Ingenie-
ro Asistente que tendrn bajo
su inmediata dependencia cua-
tro secciones dirigidas por: 1.
Un Ingeniero de Diseos y Es-
tudios qne tendr a su cargo un
Ingeniero estructural y un A-
grimensor Jefe: 2Un Jefe de
Fue resuelto el
robo de la famosa
piedra de Scone
Inventarios y Estadsticas: 3
Un Jefe de Materiales; 4.Un
Tom posesin hoy
el nuevo Jefe de
la Polica Secreta
Despus que don Rolando Li-
nares Jr., fu designado esta
maana por el rgano Ejecutivo
Inspector General de la Polica
Secreta Nacional y el nuevo
cargo, se celebr un acto en la
Jefatura de la Polica Secreta
en el cual el Lie. Juan de Dios
Poveda. Inspector General sa-
liente present al nuevo Jefe
al personal de la Secreta.
El Licenciado Poveda declar
a "El Panam-Amrica" lo si-
guiente al separarse de su car-
go: "Me siento satisfecho de ha-
ber cumplido con mi deber en
defensa de los Intereses del Go-
Para su publicacin se nos ha
trado el siguiente comunicado
expedido por la comisin de de-
positantes del Banco Fiduciario.
Como observarn nuestros lecto-
res el informe de la comisin re-
presenta un valioso aporte a la
solucin del problema del Banco
Fiduciario, que tanto preocupa a
la ciudadana, pues ha sido ela-
borado despus de un ordenado y
sistemtico estudio de la situa-
cin exltente en dicha empresa
pancarta nacinal.
La presente Comisin de De-
positantes fue nombrada por la
asamblea general de depositan-
tes con el mandato expreso de
agotar todos los recursos posi-
bles para que, con la coopera-
cin del gobierno, de los ac-
Maana comienza a
discutirte el pxmo.
presupuesto nacional
El Secretario General de la
Asamblea Nacional ha expedl-
de el siKuiente comunicado en
relacin con la dtocuslen del
Presupuesta de Rentas y Gas-
tos de la actual vigencia eco-
Asamblea Nacional de Panama
Por este medie se informa
los Honorables Diputados a la
Asamblea Nacional y a la ciu-
dadana en General, qoe desde
maana mircoles 4 de le co-
rrientes, a las 9 a.m., en el
seno de la Comisin Legislati-
va Permanente, te iniciar la
discusin del Presupuesto de
Rentas y Gastos, eon el Minis-
terio de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, abril S de 1W1.
Sebastin Ros,
Secretarle General.
Es recomendado por
la Fiduciaria el
plan de Arosemena
La Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Pana-
i. de que el Excelen- ma> sJ., ha aprobado la si-
tsimo seor Presidente de la guente resolucin mediante la
Estados Unidos se halla
dispuesto a dar ayuda
econmica a la Amrica
clonlstas y depositantes, defen-
diera en primer lugar los In-
tereses de estos ltimos, pero
haciendo todos los esfuerzos po-
sibles para que el Banco Fi-
duciario relnlclara sus opera-
ciones normales. Con este pro-
psito, esta Comisin, que re-
cibi de la comisin anterior el
informe luego confirmado por
la prensa, de que
Repblica, haba prometido
agotar todos los recursos posi-
bles para ayudar a los depo-
sitantes, continu conversacio-
nes preliminares con el Inter-
ventor del Gobierno, con nu-
merosos depositantes y accio-
nistas; hizo estudios metdi-
cos de la situacin financiera
del Banco; se hizo asesorar por
(Pasa a la Pg. 6. Col. 6)
Ser observado 'Da de Duelo'
en los Estados Unidos por el
cierre de La Prensa Argentina
El Club de la Prensa Nacional lo aprob para el
seis. A media asta estar la bandera
WASHINGTON, Abril I (UP1 la bandera de Estados Unidos
El Consejo de Gobernadores en le casa del Club".
renta Nacional
presin del de-
!Hl5?HftBXJS L5S-*5hI i Wn, del Excmo. Seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica y de mi
Partido y me alegro mucho que
LONDRES, abril 3 Scotland Yard resolvi el robo
de la histrica Piedra de Scone.
pero una cuestin poltica ha
Impedido el arresto Inmediato de
los culpables y el regreso de la
piedra a su lugar. _
La situacin es tan delicada j nos vecinales.
que el informe de Scotland Yard i
es casi seguro que sea estudia-
do por t Primer Ministro Cle-
ment Attlee v su Gabinete.
La piedra fue robada de la
Silla da-4a Coronacin en la A-
bada de Wintminster el dia de
Navidad por nacionalistas esco-
ceses, quienes sostienen que el
Rey Eduardo llegalmente se lle-
v la piedra desde Scone a la
Abada de Westminster en 1926.
El problema de Attlee consiste
en cmo proceder sin Inflamar
el sentimiento nacionalista de
los escoceses.
El arresto de los miembros del
pequeo grupo que se llev la
piedra puede intensificar el mo-
vimiento de "devolucin" un
nuevo sistema de relaciones en-
tre Escocia e Inglaterra, por me-
cnicos, este ltimo depende di-
rectamente del Ingeniero Asis-
La Junta estar dividida en
tres Grandes Divisiones que
comprendern toda la Repbli-
ca, asi: Divisin A.. Bocas del
Toro. Coln y Darln: Divisin
B, Provincias de Cocl. Herrera.
Los Santos v Veraguas: Divisin
C. Provincia de Chlrlqu.
Cada divisin tendr la si-
guiente estructuracin:
Un Jefe Contable que tendr
a sus rdenes un contable de
campo. Un Ingeniero de Divisin
que tendr a su cargo una sec-
cin de construcciones, una sec-
cin de estudios v diseos y una
Seccin de Estudios. Dependern
de esta ltima organizacin cua-
tro sceciones, cada una de ellas
integradas asi: Un Jefe de Me-
cnicos, con mecnicos secciona-
les: un Superintendente y un
contable de campo con apunta-
dores v chequeadores. Depende-
rn del Superintendente cuatro
capataces asi: Uno de construc-
ciones, otro de canteras, otro de
construcciones V otro de cami-
quien me reemplace en la Jefa-
tura de la Polica Secreta Nacio-
nal sea don Rolando Linares Jr.
del Club de Pr.
denunci la supres
ridico argentino "La Prensa",
como "un acto de agresin con-
tra los hombres y mujeres li-
bres" y orden observar un *dia
de duelo" como acto de protes-
El Consejo aprob por unani-
midad una resolucin sealando
el o de Abril como fecha de due-
lo y ordenando que ese da la
bandera * Rs'm.-s Unidos sea
Izada a med asta.
El Club ha organizado para
ese mismo da una recepcin a
loe periodistas que estn en-
viando noticias sobre !a Confe-
rencia de Cancilleres ..mc.-lca-
nos que se celebra en Washing-
La resolucin dice asi: "Por
cuanto la supresin del peridi-
co 'La Prensa" de Buenos Aires
Este Club es esencialmente
un* organizacin social, y esta
es la primera resolucin que
adopta sobre la libertad de pren
miembro prominente del partido I es un acto de agresin contra
y persona que como yo, goza de I todos los hombres y mujeres li-
la entera confianza del Exce- bres, y por cuanto es funcin
lentsimo Seor Presidente de > de una prensa libre el proteger
la Repblica. En el nuevo pues-1 y defender la libertad del hom-
to que entr a desempear-Abo-
gado de la Caja del Seguro So-
clal-ayudar a mis coopartda-
rlos y servir a la actual admi-
nistracin con el mismo celo re un golpe a la libertad de
"Resulvese por tanto, que el
Consejo de Gobernadores del
Club de Prensa Nacional deca-
Cobra impulso la
vacunacin contra
la Tuberculosis
Ha cobrado mucho impulso la
vacunacin BCG en nuestra ca-
pital, segn los datos que tiene
"El Panama Amrica" en su po-
der. Las vacunaciones se reali-
zan simultneamente en la O-
ficlna de Sanidad que trabaia
con los recin nacidos y en la
Oficina Central de la Campaa
de Vacunacin BCG. a cargo de
con que he desempeado el car-
ro de Inspector General de la
Polica Secreta Nacional. El Lie.
Poveda se refiri a la labor de
cooperacin que tuvo de parte
de la prensa y dijo que en su
nuevo cargo estara tambin a
las rdenes de los periodistas".
El nuevo Jefe de la Polica
declar a la prensa despus de
tomar posesin lo siguiente:
"Vengo a trabajar con el mismo
-mpeo v la misma honradez y
lealtad con que lo hice en e:
prensa en todas partes, y se re-
suelva adems, que se seale ese
dia desplegando a media asta
El Diputado peronista Antonio
Bentez, Secretarlo de la Comi-
sin del Congreso que investiga
a "La Prensa", anunci anoche
que la Comisin est investigan-
do ahora la disputa entre el Sin-
dicato de Vendedores de Peri-
dicos y "La Prensa", que cul-
min con la suspensin de la
publicacin de ese peridico.
Benltez aadi que la Comisin
tambin est estudiando los re-
sultados de la intervencin ge-
neral de libros y cuentas de "La
La Comisin est trabajando
con suma rapidez y existe la
creciente impresin de que ren-
dir su informe al Congreso den
tro de una semana o diez dias.
cual recomienda a los accio-
nistas y depositantes de dicha
empresa que acepten el plan
presentado a lo depositantes
por el 8r. Justo Pablo Arse-
mena, mediante el cual acep-
taran ellos acciones por el
valor de sus depsitos en el
Banco Fiduciario:
a) Que desde el 7 de mar-
zo de este ao, fecha en que
suspendi operaciones tempo-
ralmente la Compaa Fidu-
ciaria de Panam, 8.A., la
Junta Directiva ha consultado
los intereses de todas las per-
sonas afectadas por la suspen-
sin temporal del Banco, es-
pecialmente con Comisiones de
Depositantes, de Accionistas, y
adems ha celebrado reuniones
informales de los accionistas
y depositantes;
b) Que en todas esas reunio-
nes la opinin unnime ha si-
do a efecto de que se tomen
los pasos necesarios, para que
U feetttuelo abra sus potr-
dldo por todos los afectados
que la liquidacin o quiebra de
la Institucin traerla un caos
econmico de incalculables
proporciones al pai y que los
depositantes slo recibirn en
esas circunstancias una frac-
cin de sus depsitos;
pases latino-americanos se comprometen a
ayudar a Ja defensa de aquel pas
les v los proyectos ya comenza-
dos, cuya interrupcin pudiera
dinero y esfuerzo.
Otro articulo de la resolucin
dice que "cada Estado america-
no dar los pasos para coordinar
sus planes y programas respec-
tivos de fomento econmico con
los planes de emergencia econ-
mica, tomando en cuenta sus
propios propsitos y posibilida-
des para la continuacin de su
La Subcomisin decidi supri-
mir el prrafo final que reco-
mendaba el aumento en las in-
versiones pblicas v privadas, asi
como la compensacin oficial nor,
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna-*)-
Cupo excesivo de
registra en el
Liceo de Seoritas
Grave problema confrontar
el Liceo de seoritas al Inau-
gurarse en el prximo mes de
mayo los cursos regulares de
ese colegio, pues la matrcula
ha ascendido a| 890 nuevas
Con la cifra anterior, la can-
tidad de alumnas ascender a
2142, de las cuales, 726 estarn
en el segundo ao y 527 en los
El problema consiste en alo-
jar 256 alumnas que hay en
exceso para la capacidad de la
escuela. Se necesitaran por lo
menos 7 aulas y de 9 a 10
profesores ms.
Actualmente el colegio tiene
53 aulas y necesita tener una
sesenta aulas,
WASHINGTON, abril 3 (UP)
Los Estados Unidos se compro-
meti ayudar a las dems rep-
blicas americanas en la acelera-
cin de sus planes de fomento
econmico durante la actual e-
Los pases latinoamericanos.
por su parte, prometieron coor-
dinar sus planes de desarrollo
con el rograma de movilizacin
para la defensa de los Estados
Unidos. '
El convenio de largo alcance
de cooperacin econmica se to-
m en la Subcomisin de la
Reunin de Consulta de Canci-
lleres. Todas las repblicas es-
tn representadas en la Subco-
misin v esto asegura la aproba-
cin final en la Comisin Eco-
nmica y en la reunin plena-
La resolucin fue preparada
ajustando las distintas propues-
tas en una sola que dice: "Que
el fomento econmico de los pa-
ses deficientemente desarrolla-
dos se considere elemento esen-
cial al concepto total de la de-
fensa del hemisferio, sin olvidar
el hecho que es el deber primor-
dial de los Estados Americanos
en la actual emergencia, el re-
forzar sus defensas y mantener
las actividades cvicas esencia-
La resolucin promete que to-
das las repblicas americanas se
ayudarn entre si "con vigor
an mayor" que en el pasado en
la ejecucin de sus planes de
fomento y dice que "con tal fin
las repblicas americanas sumi-
nistraran la maquinarla, equipo
mecnico y otros materiales ne-
cesarios al aumento de la capa-
cidad productiva, facilitando,
cuando sea necesario, coopera-
cin econmica v tcnica".
La resolucin determina que
capacidad de
debe darse preferencia a los i para prestar el servicio que la
planes destinados a satisfacer demanda de la poblacin es-
loe requerimientos bsicos civj-_colar_e.xlge^
Todos los Cancilleres y Em-
bajadores Latino-Americanos re
clbleron ejemplares de la edi-
cin dominical del "St. Louis
Post Dispatch" en donde apa-
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna S)
todos los intereses y despus
de haber estudiado detenida-
mente el problema, el plan o-
frecldo por el Sr. Justo Fablo
Arosemena en carta dirigida a
los depositantes el dia 31 de
Marzo sintetiza la opinin de
los que han estudiado el pro-
Recomendar a los accionis-
tas y a los depositantes de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de Pana-
m, S. A. que acepten el plan
presentado a los depositantes
por el Sr. Justo Fablo Arose-
mena con fecha del 31 de
Marzo de 1951.
La, Junta Directiva de la
Compaa Fiduciaria de
Panam, S. A.
Panam, 2 de Abril de 1951.
No se celebrv
en el Instituto \J Verano
Debido a la huelga los alumno, dejarn de percibir
el aumento de B.30.00 ei. su sueldos
SANTIAGO. 2 Abril 51. Pana-
Oue despus de consultar m^AmrlcaPanam (Por Co-
Mientras Ballis insiste en
la legtima defensa, surge
pista en el caso de Arraijn
fSSSSft JrSaiTlFue definitivamente identificado Manuel Armando
Gonzlez, como un sujeto de nacionalidad tica
un honor para mi ocupar el
puesto que deja hoy el Lie. Juan
de Dios Poveda. que al frente
de la Polica Secreta Nacional
vena realizando una labor al-
tamente patritica. Quiero hacer
constar mi aprecio hacia el Ex-
celentsimo 8eor Presidente de
la Repblica por la confianza
en mi depositada y quiero de-
Ningn indicio nuevo que pu- ,
siera en tela de duda la ver-
sin dada a las autoridades por
Manuel Bellls. fue dado esta ma-
ana a la prensa en la Polica
Secreta Nacional. Las autorida-
des informaron que la Investi-
gacin prosegua con toda cele-
clarar, una vez mas. que aqu rldad y que Investigadores esr>e-
como en Tocumen trabajar con
todas mis capacidades para bien
de la Patria y del Gobierno que
precide el Dr. Arnulfo Arias".
la biloga directora de la cam-
dio del cual Escocia tendra su I paa, doa Tereslta Patino de
propio Parlamento y algo pare- Pinzn. ^
cido a un "status" de "Common- I Un redactor de "1 1 Panama ^-
Pero para satisfacer a los In-
gleses. Attlee deber descorazo-
nar a cualquier persona de en-
trar en la Abada de Wlnstmlns-
ter. la ms sagrada capilla del
Imperio, y llevarse una reliquia
tan lrremplaxable e Importante
a la Corona.
Una de las pistas que us
Scotland Yard, fue obtenldn
mediante una Inspeccin de las
tarjetas de las bibliotecas, de-
mostrando quines hablan esta-
do leyendo sobre la piedra antes
de ser robada.
mrlca" se inform hoy que an-
tes de las 10 de la maana, ha-
ban llegado 60 madres con va-
rios nios, generalmente a In-
munizarlos contra la tuberculo-
En los dos primeros meses de
este ao se han protegido alre-
dedor de 2.000 nios. Unos quin-
ce mil fueron protegidos duran-
te el ao de 1950.
En las solas ciudades de Pa-
nam v Coln se han protegido
segn el Informe del Laboratorio
Conmemorativo Gorgas alrede-
dor de 17,479 personas.
Se inscribirn
nuevos partidos
Fuentes allegadas al Partido
Liberal Nacional (PLN) y al
Partido Revolucionario Inde-
pendiente (PRI) informaron a
este diarlo que ambos partidos
polticos haban llegado al n-
mero de adherentes (7,500) que
la ley exige para la calificacin
legal de loe partidos. El Par-
tido Liberal Nacional cuenta ya
cales de la Seccin de Homici-
dios estaban dedicados al escla-
recimiento de este caso que al
parecer est adquiriendo ribetes
de sensacionalismo.
La Identificacin de Manuel
Armando GoneAlez fue estable-
cida definitivamente v se com-
prob que se trata de un sujeto
de nacionalidad costarricense
que permaneca desde hace va-
rios meses en esta ciudad y a
quien no se le conoca oficio.
En cambio. Bellls sigue soste-
niendo en su defensa la tesis de
la legitima defensa, aunque se
estima que el Fiscal investiga-
dor agotar todos los recursos
por llevar al expediente la ma-
yora de los elementos de Juicio
necesario para un pronuncla-
3lien to que se ajuste a la verdad
e los hechos que ocurrieron la
noche del domingo en Nuevo A-
Se sabe que la Polica Secreta
ion 13.500 adherentes y el Par-
ti d o Revolucionario lndepen- I Nacional sigue una pista que pue
diente lleg a Inscribir ya los | de resolver el caso v llevar a las
7,500 adherentes.
autoridades a la detencin de los creta.
compaeros del Upo Manuel Ar-
mando Gonzlez, y establecer si
este caso tiene alguna conexin
con el robo en la oficina de Bai-
comiendas Postales. Mientras no
se tengan nuevas evidencias, to-
da conjetura que se haga es me-
ra presuncin, dijo a este diario
un funcionarlo Je la Polica 8e-
Conferencias se
dictarn en la
Universidad Nal.
Dos Interesantes conferencias
se dictarn en el Paraninfo de
la Ciudad Universitaria en el
curso de la presente semana.
El mircoles 4 del presente
a las 8 de la tarde el Profesor
Justino Cornejo, Snb-Dlrector
de la Escuela de Periodismo y
miembro de la Facultad de Fi-
losofa, Pedagoga y Letras de la
Universidad de Guayaquil, dic-
tar una conferencia con el ti-
tulo "Pasado y Presente de la
Educacin Ecuatoriana". El Pro-
fesor Rafael Moscote, Decano
de la Facultad de Filosofa, Le-
tras y Educacin de nuestra
Universidad, har la presenta-
cin del conferencista.
El siguiente dia Jueves 5 del
presente a las 6.30 p.m. el Pro-
fesor Luis Burgos Tarifa, del
Ministerio de Educacin de la
Repblica de Bolivia dictara
una conferencia con el Ttulo
"Enfoques de la Realidad Sur-
Americana". Esta conferencia
forma parte de una serie Inti-
tulada "Amrica-reducto Uni-
versal de la Civilizacin".
Har la presentacin el Pro-
fesor Braulio Vsquez, Director
de los Cursos de Verano y De-
cano de la Facultad de Adminis-
tracin Pblica y Comercio.
Panam, 3 de Abril de 1951.
rresponsal)La tensin existen-
te en las ltimas veinticuatro
horas ha comenzado a declinar
hoy con el retiro de un grueso
ncleo de internos hacia sus
casas, al darse cuenta de que no
es posible ya que hayan exame-
nes este ao. Los huelguistas
han conUnuado sus actividades
dando a la publicidad comunica-
dos en los que advierten que la
huelga continuar en el mes de
Mayo, cuando se abran las cla-
ses. No obstante, todo parece
indicar que al llegar el viernes
el problema habr terminado
con la clausura del Curso.
SANTIAGO. Abril 1 51.Pana-
m-Amrica.Panam (Por
Corresponsal)Personas entera-
das en asuntos de educacin
manifestaron hoy que el Go-
bierno se economizar cerca de
cuarenta mil balboas el prxi-
mo ao escolar con motivo de
la huelga de los maestros del
erano, ya que loa
lio gradatMps que deban ob-
tener su taron exsWaes, no recibirn
el aumen. de treinta balboas
a que tenrian derecho al reci-
bir U ritin
General d<
fesores de i
fest en f-
Asociacin t\
bia r -spald t.
de los estu
de Verano, i
n de Pro-
y que la
sores no ha-
i ft la actitud
; tee del Instituto
habla nom-
brado una .-in para que
estudiara e 'o i - cual es-
taba compu ij^varios pro-
fesores entrr cual'i estn el
proponente t. "nocin, Csar
de Len y <*)'> Mauel Pre-
telt quienes ern tndir In-
forme en la sn r!m Asam-
blea General tt tendr lugar
el 17 de Abril. ,
Confronta dificultades el
Hospital del Nio deljdo vL
que no puede obtener sangre
El Hospital del Nio es una
de las secciones del Hospital
Santo Toms que confronta di-
ficultades en la obtencin de
sangre para sus pacientes. EL \
formarse que generalmente las
condiciones de salud de los pa-
dres de nios enfermos, tam-
bin es delicada y no pueden
ser donantes. Al finalizar el mes
de marzo el Hospital del Nlno
le debia al Banco de Sangre
alrededor de 2.855 centmetros
cbicos de sangre.
En trminos generales la la-
bor del Banco de Sangre es in-
tensa a pesar de que todava
no hay una conciencia bien for-
mada en la poblacin, de la
necesidad de donar sangre a
este banco. Durante el mes de
marzo, por ejemplo, se presen-
taron 223 donantes, de los cua-
les 14 fueron rechazados por su
estado de falta de salud, y Mas
extracciones de sangre por tan-
to, llegaron a las 209, mientras
que las salas del hospital soli-
citaban 165 transfusiones.
El Banco de Sangre del Hos-
pital Santo Toms proporcio-
na a distintos mdicos tambin.
Los donantes en 1949 llegaron
a la cantidad de 1612 perso-
nas, mientras que en I960 su-
bi a 2106. El mayor consumo
de sangre ocurre en las salas
de ciruga, espclalmete de
hontbres. y en gUpcloftv y con
stas preclsamenaia qpe ma-
lpasa i tt** Pern se recbgir
si al pas es'ij Me
"ms convief
i UP) El Presidan
dijo a un grupQH
de 8an Luis
buscar la ree(
"si es lo que tus
al pas".
Los legisladoras
Pern para pedirle
tulara nuevamente j
presente perodo
contest: "Debemoa i
problema con caima
gue el momento op<
la luz de la situada
ment". "Y entonossD
en mente solamc
tar del pas, debemos di-
to debe hacerse E'
"Yo me someter*
cesldad. pero detx
en ltima instancia ha**mi>s u
que sea ms convet
pals. Y sea lo que fue
conveniente para el pa'
hecho sin tomar "
tras consideraciones ~

n.IFONO 7.-0740 tN fUI 1-L.IHII IILADO N tTA riUDAO. CA'-H H. N.l. 87
Con motivo de la noticia de ciertas investiga-
ciones atmicas anunciadas por el General Juan
Domingo Pern, el Jefe del Estado Dominicano
'Generalsimo' Rafael Lenidas Tnijillo envi al
gobernante argentino un conceptuoso mensaje de
singular felicitacin, el cual fue contestado en tr-
minos que vienen a ratificar, una vez ms, la unin
tcita y a veces pactada secretamente entre las dic-
taduras de Amrica.
Con palabras ms o menos disimuladas el au-
tcrata de la Casa Rosada ofrece al dictador domi-
nicano todos los beneficios que se podran derivar
en caso de que los anunciados descubrimientos tu-
viesen buenos resultados. En el texto de ese ra-
diograma se habla como si se tratara de un ofre-
cimiento al pueblo de la hermana Nacin del Ca-
ribe. Ya se sabe que el pueblo es siempre motivo
de irnicas invocaciones de parte de los regmenes
de esta clase.
No se necesitaba de esta prueba reiterada pa-
ra que el continente supiera de las conexiones n-
timas que ligan entre s a todos los gobiernos tota-
lilarios de nuestro hemisferio. Ya los mltiples an-
tecedentes que existen han demostrado en forma
incontrovertible la alianza entre los llamados Pre-
sidentes que se eternizan en los solios del Poder en
sus respectivos pases.
Es muy lamentable, por decir lo menos, que
este estado de cosas haya progresado en nuestro
continente, pues no slo determina grandes abu-
sos con relacin a los sufridos pueblos que tienen
que gemir bajo el yugo de las dictaduras, sino por-
que con esta alianza se est socavando el prestigio
del sistema interamericano dentro del cual se no-
tan las interferencias funestas de los regmenes
antidemocrtico^de todos conocidos.
Es una verdadera lstima que los gobiernos se-.
tos y verdaderamente\republicano8 de Amrica no
"traten en forma *ic.W'jr levada1 de impedir que
se consumen atent^^T.contra los'tft'ehos huma-
nos y contra las limSades polticas en varios pa-
ses situados en distintas latitudes del hemisferio
Si los gobienos democrticos del continente
formaran una alanza inspirada en la moral pol-
tica internacin* para luchar contra esa perniciosa
entente estableida por las dictaduras, ya muchos
principios ideolgicos consagrados en la vida inter-
americana haban dejado de ser concepciones ro-
mnticas en alunos pases para convertirse en her-
mosas realidajes. Pero mientras el bloque de los
representantes de las dictaduras acta con cierta
disciplina y sas se protegen entre s en todo lo que
pudiese perjdicar medularmente a cualquiera de
ellas, los delcados de los gobiernos que no son de
estirpe total'aria generalmente asumen una acti-
tud contempitiva y, como lgica consecuencia, los
enemigos dla democraciaentre sacrilegas invo-
caciones a I libertad polticalogran sus prop-
Por si.lguien tuviese alguna duda sobre esta
alianza la >rueba reciente producida por los dic-
tadores di Argentina y Santo Domingo viene a
descubrir ) peligrosa identificacin entre esos go-
biernos CHUTOS.
NOVSIMO teatro
por C.. K. U.
En este mes de abril *e ce-
lebra el congreso de acadmi-
cos no de academias de
la lengua espaola en Mxico.
Esto es, se reunirn en la ca-
pital mexicana acadmicos de
las distintas corporaciones or-
ganizadas en los pases en que
se habla la lengua de Cervan-
tes para dar brillo y esplendor
a esa lengua.
El rasgo del Presidente de
Mxico, Licenciado Miguel Ale-
mn, al cooperar a la confe-
rencia de acadmicos, no pue-
de ser ms noble. Por mi par-
te, como Secretarlo de la Aca-
demia Panamea de la Len-
gua, si mi salud me lo per-
mite, pienso asistir a esa tiesta
del idioma.
Se hablar en torno a la len-
gua: se decidir poco... Pero,
se cambiarn Ideas con hom-
bres eminentes a los que es
dlficil encontrar todos juntos,
como Invitados de esa entidad
admirable que es la Academia
Mexicana de la Lengua, corres-
pondiente de la Espaola.
Pensar que se van a resol-
ver trascendentales problemas
en unos cuantos das es un po-
co Infantil. Sin embargo, si se
dejan puestos los cimientos pa-
ra ulteriores reuniones, mucho
se habr conseguido.
Precisamente acabo de leer
un magnifico trabajo de don
Julio Casares, Secretarlo Per-
petuo de la Real Academia Es-
paola de la Lengua, la Real
Academia por antonomasia.
En el articulo se habla de
temas de importancia. Sabe us-
ted, por ejemplo, amigo lector,
que el Diccionario de la Real
Academia Espaola, entre su
edicin Decimotercera, la de
1899. v Decimosptima, de 1847,
incluido el suplemento de esta
ltima, ha aumentado en unas
trece mil palabras su riqueza?
Pues es asi.
No olvida don Julio -alt-
sima autoridad el asunto de
las hablas locales, singularmen-
te Interesante para estos pue-
blos de Amrica. "Slo a par-
tir de 1914 escribe Casares-
puede decirse con verdad que
el Diccionario Acadmico deja
de ser en cierto modo madri-
leo, coincidiendo con el mo-
mento en que la denominacin
tradicional "lengua castellana''
se sustituye por "lengua es-
paola" en d hilo de ta obra.
De entonces ac va creciendo
notablemente la proporcin de
localismos registrados y hasta
hay quien piensa, por lo que se
refiere al espaol de Amrica,
aue ya se ha rebasado la raya.
Actualmente, slo de Chile se
recogen uno mil doscientos a-
merlcanismos. entre los cuales,
segn parecer de la propia A-
cademla Chilena, son ms los
que sobran que los que fal-
thjLjiX Anuncia que
desde el JUEVES, ABRIL 5, el Almacn
Principal, Avenida Tvoli 21, permane-
(de 12.30 a 2 p.m.) y la SUCURSAL
en la Avenida Tvoli, permanecer abier-
ta durante el medioda.

MUSIC ALIA porDorremill
Elizabeth, en el Nacional anoche
Es digno de meditarse esto.
Y ciertamente estoy de acuerdo
con lo escrito por don Julio.
Si bien tambin me place la
tendencia de incluir voces tc-
nicas en los diccionarios oficia-
les, tendenola que se ha acen-
tuado desde 1925. en la edicin
Anoche se present en el Tea-
tro Nacional la bailarina hn-
gara Elizabeth. La acompa
al piano Han.- Janowltz. el dis-
tinguido planista. En el ltimo
nmero de su programa ella
visti la pollera nacional por
cierto, una pollera bellsima,
bordada en tonalidad clara, un
ocre esfumado, adornada la
cabeza con los clsicos temble-
ques, pero dispuestos en forma
un tantico revolucionaria. Este
nmero tuvo vistosidad indis-
cutible y el eco de la ovacin
fervorosa. Signific, sin duda,
un homenaje de la danzarina
a lo de casa. Siempre ha de
caer bien que una artista ex-
tranjera muestre su admira-
cin. Intentando adaptarse ?.
ello, a lo que vibra en el alma
nativa. El Conjunto Plicet hizo
gala de su buen "usto, con
sus alegres y magnficos tam-
boreros, con sus empollpradas,
con sus fogosos y rtmicos
Celebremos sin distingos al
conjunto Plicet. Y apreciemos
tiene los
iietores programas
Directores Profesores
Curst de Perito Comercial. Secretariado, Contabilidad,
IMenoinia Gregg. Mecanografa, Ortografa y Redaccin,
Aritmca Comercial, Ingls.
COSOS SUPERIORES: Contabilidad Avanzada.
Taquinjcanografia y Problemas de Auditoria.
.1 \TKI( I I.AS ABIERTAS 3 P.M. a 8 P.M.
Afida A No. 48 Telfono 2-2921
Lo ideal para su cocina!
club de so
de aluminio y
esmaltadas tfflflel
dclmoouinta. segn seala el
Secretario Perpetuo de la Real
Y cita a don Ramn Merien-
de* Pidal. actual Director de
la corporacin, quien en 1945
escriba lo que sigue: "Dada
la creciente propagacin de los
conocimientos cientficos, el
orofano se ve cada da en con-
tacto con la lengua especial de
las diversas profesiones, y no
tendr que abrir el dicciona-
rio cuando oiga decir silla o
iri blen de avitaminosis, oscilgra-
fos, rt'coxn'isls, e innumera-
bles trminos "ue no figuran
en el lxico..."
Yo no creo me se debe de
huir de las palabras nuevas. Me
molesta la camisa de fuerza
de los puristas oue han de
oresrtndir de escribir por no
incurrir en delitos gramatica-
les o lexicogrficos.
Cmo justificar aquella aver-
sin del Diccionario de la A-
eademla a la palabra "gara-
te'"1 No se consigue nada con
ronerle el veto en la edicin
del Diccionario Manual de 1927.
En la edicin del pronto Dic-
cionario Manual de 1960 conti-
na el asterisco infamante an-
te ella v la advertencia entre
narntesls: "voz francesa". Con
todo, en EsDaa y en la Am-
rica que habla esoaol. se dice
y se dir "garaje", y hasta se
pseribir "garage" como en
He aaui una innovacin me
me gusta: "acarear" Dor el fei-
iroo "Darouear". Aarcar
define la edicin de 1950 del
Diccionario Manual es "colo-
car convenientemente en un
eamoamento o parone los ca-
rruajes y. en general, los per-
trechos y material de guerra".
En fin: se reunirn los ac- ]
dmlcos en Mxico no podr
escribirse Mjico"? y se estre*
I charn las manos, conversarn
'sobre temas que son dignos de
atencin. Loemos a Mxico y
a su gobierno.
la galantera de Elizabeth, bai-
larna hngara.
En cuanto al espectculo en
si, esta manera de danzar im-
provisada, sin sujecin a nin-
gn cdigo de la. danza acad-
mica, en una especie de fluir
plstica obediente a lo que la
Imaginacin de la ejecutante
crea al escuchar la msica, tie-
ne un peligro: es el de ingre-
sar en el pas de la anarqua.
Y sobre todo, exige genio en
la intrprete. As como la bai-
larina de ballet solicita aos
y aos de escuela, agilidad, ca-
si carencia'de peso, esta dan-
zarina interpretativa a lo Isa-
dora Duncan, a lo Loie Fuller,
en otro estilo pide unas cua-
lidades personales que ejerzan
sobre el pblico sugestin. No
cabe hablar de ballet en Eli-
zabeth. Claro que para hacer
lo que ella hace en los esce-
narios hay que tener buen odo,
condiciones singulares, que yo
no le niego; pero qu lejos es-
tn esas condiciones de la tc-
nica maravillosa y milagrosa
El plano que le har disfrutar
de ia maravilla de su tono me-
lodioso, suave y embrujador.
Sintase orgulloso de poseer tal
obra de arte con el mismo le-
gitimo orgullo del artfice que lo
construy . hacindolo el me-
jor en su clase.
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de una Paulova, de una Mar-
kova, de una Alicia Alonso, an
de nuestra Irma Wise, de la
Cucaln, de la Sols.
Utiliza trajes bellos en su
espectculo Elizabeth: el que
visti en la interpretacin de
la "Toccatta" de Frescobaldl,
inspirado en su cuadro de Van
der Welden. el pintor flamenco,
me pareci admirable: no le
falta cierta meloda en el mo-
vimiento de los brazos... Y
nada ms. Parte del principio
de la Duncan: "Todo puede
danzarse". Con el que yo me
confieso lnconforme: conduce
ese principio a resultados ne-
fastos pues termina por enten-
derse como danza cualquier g-
nero de movimientos super-
puestos a una msica, corres-
pondiendo o no con ella. De
acuerdo con ese principio re-
sumido en la frase mencionada,
cabe interpretar con la danza
un vals de Chopin una "suite"
de Shogtakovitch, la Toccatta
de Frescobaldl, un tango o un
Eso si: hay que declarar que
Elizabeth sostiene su espectcu-
lo dentro de un plano de dig-
nidad, sin caer en aspectos er-
ticos deplorables
Creo que el Departamento de
Cultura del Ministerio de Edu-
cacin met, bien al apoyar a
artistas como Elizabeth: est
dentro de su funcin animado-
ra del ambiente artstico. Por
lo pronto la direccin de ese
departamento hoy a cargo de
persona tan discreta como el
Licenciado Isidro Beluche tie-
ne que fiarse de los ecos que
hasta ella llegan y del marco
en oue se desarrolla el espec-
Maana, mircoles, ha anun-
ciado su segunda funcin Eli-
zabeth. Ojal tenga ms suerte
que en la de su estreno. Por-
que el pblico brill por su
ausencia. Contamos unas no-
venta personas en la sala del
Teatro Nacional.
Pero si se juega con una accin de CLUB DE
LOTE ... Elija el suyo en el PARQUE
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denticin. Aseguran evacuacioneo
regulares y fciles, refrescan la
sangre y son de oso absolutamente
madre qiie-. seguro. Haga una prueba a la
prxima ocasin en que sn beb
le COmpre est malhumorado a causa de
"Pide a tu
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Los europeos creen que el
General Eisenhower ser el
sucesor del Fdte. Truraan
Conferencia sobre
$1 Ecuador dictar
D. Justino Corneto
a honra de invitar a los es-
critores, periodistas, educado-
res, estudiantes, y pblico en
general, a la conferencia que,
oajo el titulo de '"El Ecuador
en cinco estampas", pronun-
ciar el distinguido educador y
hombre de letras ecuatoriano
paso por esta ciudad en mi-
sin cultural, el dia mircoles
4 de abril a las 8 p.m. Aveni-
da centnl No. 44 altos del al-
macn 5 y 10 Ctvs.
NOTA: Se ruega a la colo-
nia* ecuatoriana una puntual
El general Elsenhower encuen-
tra muy favorable para su ta-
rea ser considerado por los
europeos como un candidato
potencial a la presidencia de
los Estados Unidos. En reali-
dad, la mayora de los europeos
occidentales creen que Eisen-
hower ser el sucesor de Tru-
man en la Casa Blanca, lo
cual, dicen muchos observado-
res autorizados, depender en
gran parte de sus ambiciones
y convicciones.
Elsenhower es actualmente
tenga debidamente Informado
de los movimientos polticos
Al mismo tiempo, ha visto la
conveniencia de ser considera-
do como un Presidente "poten-
cial" y se afirma que no ha-"
r nada que mine tal situacin.
Es verdad que el general se
vio obligado a desautorizar una
informacin periodstica publi-
cada el domingo pasado, pero
fu nicamente porque el re-
dactor mencion el nombre del
presidente Truman, haciendo
aparecer que exista entre s-
te y Elsenhower un acuerdo,
conforme il cual el Presidente
apoyara a Eisenhower en ca-
so de <,ue ste se decidiera a
aceptar la candidatura presi-
dencial del partido demcrata.
Pero la aclaracin del gene-
ral no excluy la posibilidad de
que la aceptara.
El prestigio de Eisenhower es
enorme en Europ.:, y la simpa-
ta de los europeos occidenta-
Elsenhower es acta mente - hombre que creen
comandante supremo del nue- *" c Vs,r el urxlmo Prc-
Resultan heridos
de la comitiva
del Pdte. Auriol
(UPi. Jean Baube, Conse-
jero de la Embajada de i-ran-
cia y dos periodistas france-
ses resultaron con fracturas
cuando el automvil en que
viajaban hacia Mout Vernon.
como parte de la comitiva del
Presidente Auriol, choc con-
tra un camin de lavandera.
Baube dijo que tenia tres
costillas rotas. Andr Rabache.
gerente de la Agencia France
Press tambin dijo que tenia
tres costillas fracturadas y es-
coracione., en el pecho. La Sra.
Rene Gesmar. corresponsal del
peridico "Combate" sufri ia
fractura ael tobillo derecho.
que va a ser el prximo Pre-
sidente de los Estados Unidos
fu puesta en evidencia hace
ya algunos aos, cuando el
general Marshall, entonces Se:
instrucciones de que se le man- cretarlo de Estado, partlclp
vo ejrcito de Europa occiden-
tal. Como tal, estar ausente de
los Estados Unidos la mayor
parte del tiempo; pero ha dado
Estados Unidos son material
y espiritualmente capaces
de vencer a Rusia, Padilla
(EPSi Las guerras y los ru-i
mores de guerras no destruyen
la confianza del Dr. Ezequlel'
Padilla, ilustre estadista mexi-1
cano, en el triunfo del bien.
"Debemos enfrentarnos aj
futuro ms confiados," nos di-
Se cita por este medio a to-
dos los miembros del Sindi-
cato do Radio Periodistas, Lo-
cutores y Similares, a la reu-
nin que iu de verificarse el
Martes de Abril a las ocho
de la noche en el Jardn Bal-
Entre otros asuntos impor-
tantes a tratar estn los que
se relacionan con la Obtenslon
de la Personera Jurdica y ?1
acto de Toma de Posesin ofi-
cial y pblicamente de la Co-
misin recientemente nombra-
Se anuncia Igualmente, que
entre los miembros de la Di-
rectiva Saliente se escoger un
Tribunal de Honor". Por todos
los motivos expuestos se so-
llctia puntualidad en la asis-
La Comisin Directiva
(Levantadas de Noche!
Ayude i sus Rones
A cuerpo humane m deehaee del
icio nwi de la sangre, por medio de loe
iimt millonea de diminuto! tubo o
filtro de loa rlflonea. 81 eitoa venenne
de loa rlflonea o la rejifa lo hacen
aulrir con levantadaa nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolorea de piernas, olerae,
lumbaio, dolorea de laa coyuntura!,
acides o ardor en loa conductos, de-
bido a la neceildad de itlrnulanlt
diurtico, pruebe Cyetex.
Deahtaae del cido lrico v la*
venenoi con la receta mdica llamada
Cyetex. que ea mi diurtico atlmu-
lante de loa rlflonea y paliativo para
la irritacin funcional de la Tellra
vas urinaria! en atado de acides.
Cyerex. ia'lfacer a usted completa-
mente T sera, la medicina qua usted
aeceaita. Pida Cyatax hoy meme
en su far-
macia fa-
est exhibiendo
Nueva y Escogida Remesa
en Ropa Interior
Enorme Variedad en Panties
de Jersey
con atractivo adorno
n colore
Blanco ......59c.
Petieotes en Seda Fra
con adornos de atractivos
encajes . .
desde... 1.39
Celestes ...
Todas las tallas
en cierta conferencia lnterna-
cionel. uno de sus consejeros,
John Foster Dulles, estaba des-
tinado a'ser Secretarlo de Es-
tado si los republicanos gana-
ban las elecciones. Los fun-
cionarlos europeos considera-
ban que el triunfo de Dewey
era cosa segura. Y el resultado
de esto fu que Dulles fu tra-
tado como si fuera el verdade-
ro Secretarlo de Estado, en
tanto que Marshall apenas era
tomado en cuenta, cuando se
recibieron las noticias de la
eleccin, demostrando que. to-,
dos los profetas se haban j
equivocado, hubo una rplna.|
parada- de desagravio a las'
puertas del Secretarlo de Esta-
Lo mismo est ocurriendo
ahora con Elsenhower. Hay se-
ales evidentes de que los eu-
ropeos occidentales hacen todo
lo posible por cooperar con l.
de lo cual es buen ejemplo ell
aumento en el esfuerzo de de-
fensa que acaba de anunciar
ce. "La fuerza material de los
Estados Unidos es enormemen-
te superior la de Rusia. Los
Estad03 Unidos son capaces de
poner un ejrcito en la fronte-
ra siberiana, pero puede aca-
so Imaginarse a Rusia desem-
barcando uno en el continente
"Igualmente importante es la
fortaleza espiritual de los Es-
tados! Unidos. Actualmente se
pone mucho nfasis en el as-
pecto material, pero es nica-
mente porque se est luchan-
do por una gran causa, que de-
be ser defendida con vastos re-
cursos materiales."
El Dr. Padilla cree que la
actual movilizacin del occl-
dente es el nico curso que
puede seguirse, porque las Na-
ciones Unidas no es todava
una organizacin suficiente
mente madura para resolver
los problemas pendientes.
Le preguntamos qu opinaba
acerca de la situacin de Yu-
goeslavla. Nos contest:
','Algunas veces las guerras
escapan al control de los hom-
bres. Pero Juzgando por las
consideraciones lgicas, parece
que Rusia no declarara una
guerra, porque no tiene poder
suficiente' para ganarla. Y "n
proballdad de que declare
guerra disminuye diariamente,
conforme aumenta el podero
de los Estados Unidos."
Desde su retiro de la vida
pblica hace cinco aos, el Dr.
Padilla ha concedido muy ra-
' ras entrevistas y al darnos s-
ta hizo algo casi excepcional.
El Dr. Padilla renunci sji car-
go de ministro de relaciones
exteriores para aceptar una
. candidatura presidencial. Aun-
que fu vencido. Imprimi en
tal forma su personalidad en-la
cancillera mexicana que nadir
I ha podido Henar su cargo. Des;
de entonces el ministerio est
en manos de un subsecretario.
Despus de las elecciones ;;e
iraslad a los Estados Unidos,
de donde regres hace poco.
El Dr. Padilla cree que la
guerra de Corea era una tram-
pa que los rusos prepararon a
los Estados Unidos, pero que ha
servido para despertar tanto a
los norteamericanos como al
resto del mundo occidental!"
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MARTES, Atta t, 1W1
El Comit de Huelga afirma
que no se realizaron actos
contra alumnos del Instituto
Bexie Rodrguez:
Reina de Azuero
1Vello* en el labio superior.
7Implementos de labranza.
13Puestas de los astros.
18Terminacin verbal.
19Letra castellana.
22Del verbo atar.
23Afeccin de la arganta.
24Escuela Avanzada
Venezolana, Inlc.
25Del verbo salir.
27Anfitona que comienza con
esta palabra latina.
3(1Ocasin, suceso.
31- Inculpado.
34Ciudad de la Repblica
37Esoecie de seda.
42Del Verbo arar.
44Aocope de santo.
45Planta hortense.
46Rk) de Alemania.
47Ala sin plumas.
49Ave de Mexico.
51Del verbo trasegar.
54El primero.
55Ala secundarla de los
^59Depsito de sal.
^Planta* de flores rojas.
alraiUc, Abv.
P, Bogues.
BOficial del ejrcito turco.
10Entregue. .
12Vigilante nocturno.
20Escuela Superior Portugue-
sa. Inic.
22Extremidad de las aves.
24Letra castellana.
26Canoa mexicana.
28Novillo menor de dos aos.
29Nacida en el Sudn.
33Apcope de santo.
34Del verbo marear.
35Canto o borde de una cosa.
38Demostrativo. Pl.
39Ciudad del Per.
40Que no ha nacido.
41Del verbo alisar.
43Hermano mayor de Moiss
48Pelo de ciertos animales.
51Prefllo inseparable.
52Fluido aeriforme.
33En el mar.
58Terminacin verbal.
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A raz del triunfo obtenido,
la simptica seorita Bexie Ro-
drguez, Reina de Asuero, ex-
presa por este medio su ms
profunda gratitud hacia todas
aquellas personas que en una
forma u otra contribuyeron a
su triunfo y los invita cordial-
mente a que asistan al Primer
Congreso" de Azuero, que ha de
celebrarse en la poblacin de
Macaracas durante los dias 13,
14 y 15 de abril del presente
Su reinado dice la Reina de
Azuero se concretar a soste-
ner tan saludable precedente de
solidaridad, fraternidad y com-
prensin mutua, trpode donde
descansar perennemente el fu-
turo y bienestar de las Provin-
cias de Herrera y Los Santos
y por ende del interior en ge-
La Reina de Azuero se tras-
ladar maana a Chltr. sede
para hacer una visita a todos
sus vasallos y vastos dominios.
Lleg a Caazas
la caravana del
que tomaron parte en los eurses del Instituto de Verano
aprendieron, en clases prcticas a construir tanques Incine-
radores de basuras, los cuales podran hacer en los campos
donde trabajarn. Una hermana de la Caridad, segn puede
verse en la fotografa, tambin tom ese eursoi Los alumnos
tambin se dedicaron a vacunar pollitas, de acuerdo con las
instrucciones del profesor. ^
Desea conocer los que irn al
Congreso de Azuero en Abril
Ha sido cerrada
una carretera
al Achiote
COLON, Abril 3.- (RCSt.
Cerro la Zona La Via "35".
ACHlOT en la carretera cos-
ta abajo. Numerosas persorus
residentes en el achiote. Juris-
diccin del distrito de Chagres
se apersonaron al Panam
Amrica e Informaron que la
via, carretera 30 Jurisdiccin
de la Zona del Canal haba
sido cerrada desde la semana
pasada. Dicen loJ referido* se-
ores que en meses anterio-
res se dirigieron al seor Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exterio-
res. Carlos A. Brin, pero que
hasta el presente no han te-
nido contestacin de su mi-
sin. Es de lamentar desastro-
sa situacin en .que _se hallan
cientos/ de panameos, agri-
cultores sujetos a la voluntad
del tiempo. En todo momento
ei Dr. Arnulfo Arlas M.. Pre-
sidente de la Repblica ha in-
formado su vivo inters por el
desarrollo de la agricultura en
nuestro pas, por lo que es-
peramos sea l quien consiga
sea restituida la via en men-
Inaugurado campo
areo en Yavza
El sbado pasado fue inau-
gurada la pista de aterrizaje de
Yaviza, segn se Inform a es-
te diario en fuentes oficiales.
Yaviza es el centro de una rica
regln agrcola darienlta y un
campo de aterrizaje en ese lu-
gar representa una obra de
enormes beneficios.
La pista fue inaugurada con
el viaje del Gobernador Luis
E. del Rio. quien aterriz en
una avioneta de los Transpor-
tes Areos Interioranos, empre-
sa que viajar a Yaviza dos ve-
ces a la semana.
El Comit de Huelga del Ins-
tituto de Verano manifest en
la maana de hoy, despus de
una serie de deliberaciones en
Asamblea General, que no era
cierto que hubiera sido ence-
rradas o amenazadas las inter-
nas porque no se les quera
dejar salir a sus casas el do-
mingo en la maana.
Se explico que la interna que
se haba desmayado era porque
estaba enferma y la monitora
que pidi proteccin del doctor
Cantn para sacar sus tiles
del internado haba amenazado
a otro maestro porque dijo que
ella presentara examen de to-
dos modos.
Be aclar, asimismo, que los
insultos no fueron irrogados al
profesor Bayard sino al Direc-
tor del Instituto de Verano,
Dr. Cantn en la asamblea ge*
neral del domingo.
El Comit Insisti en que no
se habia amenazado a nadie
que quisiera irse del plantel y
que os alumnos que an esta-
ban all respaldando el movi-
miento, lo hadan por su pro-
pia voluntad.
Cuando se debata este pun-
to, se present a la asamblea
general el seor Andrs Casti-
llo, miembro de la directiva da
la Unificacin de Maestros Ru-
rales, y segn se entiende, lle-
vaba una mocin de respaldo
para los huelguista.
Azael de la Lastra, Tesorero Municipal Interino,
informa al publico que las placas oficialas destinadas
para los vehculos de los CONCEJALES, actualmente en
uso, han sido anuladas y que aquellas personas qua
saan poseedoras de las mismas tienen un plaso impro-
rrogable hasta el da diez (10) de los corrientes para
devolverlas. Despus de eaa fecha, la Polica Nacional
se encargar de retirarlas.
Abril 3, 1951.

I i $
doctor Prieto
CAHAZA?, Abril *. Co-
rresponsal. Incansable y
ejemplar en labor noble y al-
truista lleg ayer a esta po-
blacin el Dr. Luis Carlos
Prieto acompaado de la doc-
tora Shlrlley E. Gage y del Dr.
Forrest A. Jacobs. Mdico den-
tista de la Zona del Canal.
Dr. Prieto como siempre dedi-
cse generosa tarea examinar
enfermos y ofrecer medica-
mentos, mientras sus compa-
eros examinaban la sangre
de numerosos pacientes y ha-
can extracciones dentales. Ca-
ravana Area contina inalte-
rable en sus propsitos de lle-
var la salud a las regiones ol-
vidadas d la Repblica por
encima de sus obstculos y sa-
Ante la proximidad de la fe-
cha en que ha de efectuarse
el Primer Congreso de Afuero.
US, 14 y 15 de abril i las Fede-
raciones de Sociedades Sante-
as y Herreranas por este me-
dio exhortan a las Organizacio-
nes que a continuacin se men-
cionan, comun^ar a la Secre-
taria General *u determinacin
en cuanto a previa invitacin
formulada: i Fraternales i Jaqu
Unido, Joven '.apira. Unin
Progresista Agua^ulcea. Rei-
vindicacin Colont.ise. crculo
de Renovacin Bocatorea, Fe-
deracin de Estudiantes de Pa-
La Sociedad Cvica de Chlri-
eanos se retira de la Confede-
racin. La Sociedad Cvica de
Chlrlcanos (Capitulo de Fana-
en reunin celebrada el
10 de marzo, por mayora de
\uIun, aprob retirar sus repre-
'""totts de la Confederado', i
de Asociaciones Cvicas Interio-
Por la Soc. Cvica de Chlrlca-
Silvia Rosa Floret,
nam y dems.
El objeto de esta Insinuacin
es con el fin de estableen de
antemano los medios propios
de alojamiento y alimentacin
sobre una exacta cantidad de
asistentes. Es de esperarse que
a la brevedad posible esas co-
municaciones sean de nuestro
conocimiento, dirigindolas al
Apartado 959.
Por las Federaciones de So-
ciedades Santeas y Herrera-
Efran Mates,
Srio. General del Primer
Congreso de Azuero.
^^ Si debido exceao de
trabaje, preocupacin o mucho co-
mer, el) cuento empiece el dolor do
cabeza tomo Alka-Seltior. Agrada*
ble y de rpida accin. Compra el
obrecito con la tableta da
Alka Soltzer
ca. cyrnos. s. a.
t!N LIO.Este len se llama "Fagan" v eerte-
| Floyd O. Hunirston. Cuando Humeston fue lia-
se llev su len, pero el ejrcito le ha dado al
na licencia de 14 dias. con instrucciones precisas
N len.
iviso Oportuno"
Mercado Sin Igual"
Es lia rato y Efectivo
que, desde esta fecha,
l asumido la representacin
exclusiva del automvil
en la Repblica de Panam
y la Zona del Canal.
est situada en el Edificio Packard.
Ave. Jos Francisco de la Ossa No. 36
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas
hasta laa nueve en punto de la maana del da 12 de
Abril del ao en curto por el suministro de frascos va-
cos para uso del Hospital Santo Toms.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los inte-
resados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Juan J. Rodrguez
Jefa de Materials y Compras
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Informes pRr esta seccin se reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
Telfono S-Sltt
HORAS: 8:M a 10:00 a.m.
evens y seora quienes s*
juentran en nuestra capital
jeedentes de Canad, de
.o para Sur Amrica.
mida en El Panam
ara agasajar a un grupo de
.8 amistades, el seor Edward
.nriquez y seora Vida Levy
< Henriquez ofrecieron ano-
,ic una comida en el hotel 1
Ecos de la Boda
Engalanamos nuestra colum-
na MC1&I con dos aspectos de
la Boda del distinguido Dr.
Antonio A. Hamos y u Joven
capota Sra. Rita A. Jlmne de
Ramo, n primer trmino la
bella novia quien luce una ele-
fante creaclh de satn con
encales de chanUUy, comple-
mentando armoniosamente con
su velo de tul dt Uuatdn sos-
tenido por niveos azahares y
en su manos un precioso ra-
mo dt rosaa Mancas, entra ai
santuario de Cristo Rey. escol-
tada por su padre Don Joa-
wuui Jimnez. En segundo tr-
mino aparecen los novk ro-
deados por su corte nupcial:
de Izquierda a derecha apa-
recen las seoritas Nelly Su-
cre Ana Dita, los novios, Chi-
ta Jimnea, Cecilia Alapurua,
acompaadas por los Drs. Re-
ne Ramirj, Anbal Ramos,
Carlos M. Jimnez, y de las
graciosas niltas Lila M. Fon-
seca, Maria de los Angeles
Smith, Itzel VUlarreal y el ni-
o Roy Sols. Hasta la Ha-
bana, Cuba donde se encuen-
tran pasando su luna de miel
enviamos nuestras ms since-
ras ellcitaoiones y votos por-
que la vida que Inician se*
una vida lltna de venturas y
De Caracas
Procedente de Caracas se
encuentra en Panam la se-
orita Lucia Alessandrl, quien
permanecer en nuestro pais
durante algunos das. Le pre-
sentamos nuestro saludo ms
Fiesta de Caridad
Las Damas de las Asociacio-
nes Hebreas estn organizando
un juego de cartas a beneficio
de la Casa del Ciego, y para
la universidad Hebrea, el cual
tendr lugar maana 4 de
Abril a las 6 p.m., n el Club
del Mar, situado en San Fran-
cisco de la Caleta. La Cata del
Ciego es una escuela que en-
sea a todos los ciegot toda
clase de trabajos. En esta fies-
ta de caridad, habr baile,
pln-pun, un delicioso buffet y
refrescos de todas clases. El
comercio de Panam ha coo-
perado para el xito de dicha
fiesta. Los tiquetes de entra-
da pueden conseguirte el mis-
mo da a la entrada del Club
del Mar, situado en la Ave-
nida Bellsarlo Porras fin y
San Francisco de la Caleta.
El Gran Disraeli en accin
(ontalo Lepes ***"**
tidente de la Central de Aatos,
8 A., quien tambin actaaia
tomo Grtta General de la
nueva compaa. ,
El 8r. L*Pi fabrega desem-
pe el cargo de trente de
ventas dt la Panama Auto, S.
A. por ms de trasi atoa.
La Central de Autos, S. A.
tiene la repretenUcln exclu-
StT dt Itt Auttmvlles Pa-
ckard y Studebaktr tn la Re-
pblica de Panasa y la Zona
del Canal. ____________
De los Estados Unidos
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Nicholas Cuoco y seora
y a la seora Gertrude Cuo-
co, quienes se encuentran en
Panam, en donde pasarn
una temporada huspedes del
Dr. Frank Raymond y seor
Arleen de Raymond.
De Coba
Despus de haber pasado
una temporada en Cuba visi-
tando a sus familiares, se en-
cuentra de nuevo en Panam
el Dr. Manuel cirvld.
en donde pasarn una tempo-
a SUS familia-
nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Alberto Vallanno
jr. y seora Marta Estalla C.
de Vallarino. por el feliz arri-
bo de un varoncito, ocurrido
ayer n la Clnica San Fer-
Enviamos nuestras felicita-
ciones al jeor Vicente Rosa-
nia y seora Hilda C. Cuca-
Ion de Rosanla, por el adve-
nimiento de un nio, ocurrido
en das pasados en Colon.
Pronto restablecimiento 1
deseamos a la seora Gloria A.
de Arango quien guarda cama
tn su residencia.
De Centro Amrica
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Roberto Sol y seora
Tereslta de Pool de 801, quie-
Ujta Clara
Desru da haber pasado va-
riatTiittanaa de descanso en
Santa. Clara se encuentra de
nuevd en la capital la seora
Mara A. de Alfaro y el seor
Marctlto Borgiani y seora Re-
beca A. de Borgiani.
Acompaada de sus nios
regret* de Santa Clara en
donde pas la temporada de
verano la seora Elmlra Mana
A. d Bsklldsen.
Hospedada en t Hotel El
Panam, se encuentra pasando
varios das en Ja capital la se-
ora Vera de Slliot. Grata es-
tada le deseamos.
Dt Cbiriqu
Rtgreso ayer de Boquete en
donde pas varas semanas de
El formidable actor Ingls
Alec Guinness aparece aqu en
la discutida escena del film "El
Diablillo y la Reina "(The Mud-
lark i. en la que en su papel
del Primer Ministro Disraeli (el
ms grande de cuantos ha te-
nido Inglaterra), se dirige al
Parlamento.' en un discurso bre-
ve e histrico que arranc l-
grimas y aplausos y que recti-
fic una vez ms su fama de
orador nmero 1.
Triunf Disraeli aprovechan-
do la aventura de un chiquillo
del arroyo que se "cuela' en
el Palacio de la Reina.
"El Diablillo y la Reina", se
estrena el jueves en el Teatro
Lux y la magnifica estrella a-
merlcana Irene Dunne inter-
preta bellamente el role de la
Reina Victoria.
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos el
restablecimiento de la seora
Julieta de la O. de Es*rtpeaut
quien abaldon hoy la Clni-
ca sn Fernando.
Cam pita as te fcty :
seora Ail V. de Arlas.
Seora Amlnta Emilia B. dt
(rasa a la rag Col t>
Aniversarios de Matrimonio
Enviemos un atento saludo
a S.E. el Embajador de Pa-
nam rn Cuba. Dr. Aurelio A.
Dutary v seora Raquel D. de
Dutary quienes cumplen hoy
aos de casados.
nes se encuentran en Panam descanso el Dr. Joaqun M.
Telfono 2-SS4I
Calla Sa. No. 1
Celebran hoy el aniversario
de su matrimonio el Ingeniero
Francisco J. Morales Jr. y se-
ora Evangelina B. de Mora-
les. Los felicitamos cordial-
8 seoritas de buena apariencia, respon-
sables, acostumbradas a tratar con pbli-
co, entre 20 y 25 anos de edad. Presn-
tese personalmente entre 9 y 10 Mirco-
les, 4 de Abril, ft la oficina de Panam
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Panam.
seora Maria de Hidalgo Pla-
za ofrecen esta noche una co-
I mida en su residencia para
8. E. el Embajador de Chile | despedir a S. E. el Ministro de
seor Manuel Hidalgo Plaza y
Comida de Despedida
La Matrcula
est abierta para Mecanografa, Estenografa Gregg. Con-
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(Estenotipia. Las clases regulares emplesan el Lunes 2 de
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Italia seor Lulgl Marlanl y
seora Edith de Marlanl, quie-
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Comida en la Legacin
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Para agasajar al Primer Se-
cretarlo del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores, seor Julio
E Briceo y seora Trlxle de
Briceo, S. E. el Ministro de
China, seor Cheng Chen-Yu
bfrece esta noche una comida
tn la sede de la Legacin.
Almuem en El ranam
El Capitn Clifford Payne y
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nerviosidad, mam, irritabilidad y
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'cambio de vida"tomen Regla-
le* Gstera par aliviar ett inco-
modidad**. El RegtUadtr Otsteira,
por fui efecto canaBa, ***><> T
tnicos e el organiumo fetMbino,
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mujer en ee trance diftcU.
frmula del Dr. J. Gestear
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m cocinan uno 5 minute*, liso s r*UI
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ms que CUTEX a ningn Brelo
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no se agriete, desprenda ni descolore.
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supera. En modernas madre*.
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en Colores Hermosos
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tract i vos colores. Y entonces di *
tu fat. >" todt lo dltl *te tnico
alia>. 'i rico *n vitaminas y tre-
para..' i-aticasMAtt. El recomen-
dado por muchos mdico. Pronto
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mejor talud.
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EMM el olor del sudor instantneamente
I.o ms naero y sensacional! El
maro pltiro tul en que viene el
RANTS ODO-RO.NO. e flexible,
y al apretarlo ion los dedos sarg*
a modo roclo el m moderno y
tficaa lie Its desodorantes.
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instantneamente. Protege 24 hora
...Detiene el ludor. sin peligre.
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selo a diario. No daa la ropa.
ICtMMW tenlenar d atesaitacione
de rada pm6. Uur y dtra.
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azul, ni s romp* hi |0lea.
yn ii3r
su dinero
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con ti martvi]
secador ault
Suya con B

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y Homo con Coflti
Suya con B/. 35.1
Ave, Central y Calla 21 E. #J
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cara eceaaleee. Fir-Tt (carita
aiilaeer pera dala* teietl *"-
tas, lavamaaai. eacaseees. at*.
la* precie at* baja* aa plaie.
a. Ileaeae a Jvaa Fier.ce. Tai
SE VENDE: Incubodoro alctrico.
Tal. 3-0255. __________________
SE VENCE:De ocasin, ladrillos re-
fractarios americanos. Espacial pa-
ra hornos. Tal. 3-23C6. Apto.
SI VENDENClava*, acara fearse, tubera neare. levareriea.
ir.aor.io, etc.. a la* mejerae ara-
da* en eleie en le Centfructere
Traaical, S. A. ea el cerniente ae le
carralera Traasittmica, Talteae*
*-17tl y 1-022.______________
II VINDIN:Pinturas a*e aceite y
a aeae * la faaiesa maree
IVIRSIAL. eittriauieor.i eiclusi-
vae ea Pana*, la- Cenitractara
Traaical. S. A. an el ceaiiaace es
la carretera Trai*tmice, Telele-
na* 1-1711 y 1-0221.
Acaaame*. a* recibir elemar* ae pa*
a S/.I.50 al relie, etcaairtaa ai-
aeciel a cemerciente* ettealeei-
ai. Canstructara Traaical. S. A..
en el cerniente ae le carretera
Transstmica. Tellene* 1-17II y
Alquile un Cerr
Manjela U.
horas. Man*j
(0 milUi. c
4. *uie>*
SI VINDICaso nuevo de dos po'-t
tomentos espaciosos de dos. rec-
morns, en "El Cangrejo" cerca i
Va Sspofia, B/.24.500. Tiene hipo-
teco B/.4.000. Excelente construc-
cin. ROBIRTO MIRO 2-1215.
v*. An-
in muebles
por semina.
fevre. Porque
ilirio drl Juicado
*ua, n funcin*!
pi, al public".
Jijacutivo egnido ror
lojica contra Domitilo
Jalado el di* vaincua-
[que leara lu(ar el ve-
embargadoa en dicha
Anea son:
| de terreno en la Flaca
al folio 142 de! Tomo
Propiedad. Provincia
-jado en al Corre*imieto
|. Dialrto de Santiago.
Patio de la Caa"
Norte. Plata de la pn-
nlorad : Sur. camino de
fuel Rodriffuez.
T techo de tejaa. paredei
[airo de mosaico y ce-
/ cocina y **cuedo. que
, en dicho terrer.o. todo lo
\alor que ae ha ealimado
BALBOAS i B '.2.7*0.0*).
ft poituraa que cubran laa
_arlt* de efe avalo, y para
orno poator ae requiere con-
gamente en el deapacno el
Jalai ae harn da las ocho
liana del da aenalado. ha-
< |) de la tarde: de aaU
ante aa oirn laa pujaa y
-hagan loa vrouonentee. haata
ludicacijn al mejor poator.
"treinta de marao de mil ao-
bcuenta nno
Secretario Ad-lnterim.
qje eeeerlae, Tercero del t'lr-
lanarr.. por medio del proaeotr.
al juicio deilieaslon imeitada
H (rewller ae ha dictado auto
Irte rea ilutiva aa del tenor ai-
S.fJADO TERCERO nr.i. rlRf.ui-
Panam. marao cinco de mil nove-
rlncoanta y uno.
f Or : .................
atan!", el Juen que eoacribe. l.r-
Tfl Circuito de Panam, adanlni"-
tjuatiria en nomhre ie la Repu-
r autoridad de la Lay. DECLA-
t abierta 'a euraalAn intealada
vi* N Orawi.er. deada el 11 de
* 1*4*. fecha de au fallecimiento-
aen aua herederoa. in perjp.cio
rearoa, loa aeorea rierence Ore-
iKthrl Meaaffe;- y Eatell* M. Coui-
[ compa.ei.an a eater a derecho en
ale todaa lab pereonae que tengan
Materea an 41. y
i ae fija y publique el edicto de
beata el articulo 1401 del Cdigo
gleee y Notlfiqneae. (las.) Ruoen
Eqritoba. (Mo.) Carlee Iva luniga.
pr tanto, vara que atrva de forajal
Jioaiin ae fija el preaenta adicto en
ptblico de eata eeeretara y copiaa
jllaatiu a* entregan a pavH* intere-
para au debida i
nema, afano 4 de ltl.
El Jjer.
Rabea D Careaba,
ti facreurio.
(F4a.) Carlea Iva Zii*a.
Panama 14a iac 4 de 1*41.
Per Carlea ivfi Zuaiga.
SE NECESITA, Un dependiente.
Cosa ngel. Calle 13 Este No. 16
1620 mis 1620 ms


1620 mi _

Las Cifras
hablan por s mitmat
El mes pasado EL PANAMA
AMERICA vendi 3654 avi-
sos clasificados, cifra no
igualada por los dems
diarios de la ciudad que,
combinados, vendieron so-
lamente 2034.
1620 ms 1620 ms 1620 ms

SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, colla 47 No. 3, dos racimaras,
cuarto servicio, sala-comedor, porch,
garage etc. Llame Tel. 3-3338.
E ALQUILAN:Vorios apartamen-
tos en Vista Hermosa y San Fran-
cisco da la Coleto. Precio razono,-
ble. .Ocurra Librera Preciado.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos,.oo$
recmaras, sola comedor, ventilado,
cntricamente situado. Compaa F.
Icaza, Avenida "B" 79.
3SE ALQUILA: Magnifico aparta-
mento, todas las comodidades y
transporte a la mano. Precio B/,35.
Colle 15 San Francisco No. 3. Tel.
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento en
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Avenida Central 279. Tal. 3-
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos de una
y dos recamaros. Tel. 3-0235. Co-
lle 50 No. 23.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento moioi-
cos. moderno. Calle 13 Oeste No.
4. Dos recmaras gropdes, cocina,
servicio sanitario independiente.
Tel. Balboa 2870.
Biene* Raices
SE ALQUILA.O te vende. Coso da
campo en Chorrero (El Coco) Tal.
SE VENDE: Lotes juntos en Los
Cumbres, total 910 M2, plomera y
electricidad adquiribles. Precio ra-
zonable. Llame Panam 2-3387
despus 6 p.m. Ponom 3-0760.
SE NECESITAN:-Agentes .vendedo-
res da club de muebles, con refe-
rencias. Mueblera Tun (mueble
ganado mueble entregado/ Aveni-
da Central 200.
SE NECESITA:Manicunsta presea-
table y competente. Ocurra al saln
de barbera daf Teatro Central.''
Seoiita sola cfaa pieza amueblada
en casa de familia honorable.' In-
formes aportado 1805.
SE NECESITA:Uno Secretaria. Di-
rjase a Cosa Central, Calles 9 y
10. Bolvar trente al Correo. Co-
ln. ,
Lo Joyerio America necesita agentes
vendedores de club. Se compro oro
viejo. Calle "L", trente Porque
Fomilia pequeo americana desea al-
quilar oportamento 2 recmaras
Chalet pequeo en borrio residen-
cial. Responsabilidad v buen cuido
de terreno garantizodo. Avise Tel.
2-2388. horos oficina.
SE NECESITA:Mecangrafo rpida
para ccpiar espaol e ingls. Es-
criba indicando cun:as palabras
puede copiar correctamente por mi-
nuto, sus referencias y salario qu
espera recibir. A. P., Apartado 134,
Seor Arturo Muller.
Seor Pedro A. Diaz.
Lie. Miguel J. Moreno Jr.
sero Irving Bennet..
Seor Erasmo Orillac A
Nia Celia Doris Prez.
Cumpleaos de maana:
Sra. Dolores Arosemena San-
Seora Alicia B. de Guitls.
Seorita Carita en Mndez.
Si NECISITA: tmelaese. Suan
iualaV Deba derruir ea el amalea.
Calla Samn Valdei Na. I, apar-
teaieata 4, 2a. pise.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada paro
servicios generales de coso, que no
seo joven y tiene qu* dormir en
coso. Calle Manuel Ma. de Icoza
No. 26, Campo Alegre.
SE ALQUILA:Piso alto, 3 recma-
ras, sala, comedor, porch, cuarto
de lovor, de empleada, garage. In-
formacin bajos. Ave. Justo Aro-
semeno No. 56.
SE NECESITA: Uno carguera con
experiencia. Calle 50 No. 30. .
SE NECESITA:.Empleado, debe doc-
mir an trakoo. Clle 34 No. 32,
trente. Hospital del taino.,
SE NECESITA:Uno expertq cocinero
40n recomendacin, preferible que
duermo- en al empleo. Muy buen
sueldo. Colle 50 No.. 14, Apto. I.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera, con .refe-
rencias que duermo en el empleo.
-;Solicite'lunes a viernes de IT a I
p.m. Ave. Justo Arosemena No. 43.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmaras, solo-co-
medor, bolcn independiente, ozo-
tea con lavaderos. B/.60 y B/.65.
Informes: C. Daz. Calle 25 Este y
Ave. Cuba No. 15, Apto. 13.
SF ALQUILA: -- Apartamentos mo-
dernos da uno recmara B.45.00,
de dos recmaras B.65.00. Ave-
nida Jos de Fibrega No. 16, Pa-
sadena. Telfono 3-1070, familia
SE NECESITA:Uno bueno cocinero,
no tiene que dorrrlir en empleo.
Urbanizacin Compo Alegre. Av#
Mapuel Icoza No. 18.
SE NECESITA:Nie/q competente
pora cuidar dos niitos. Buena sa-
lud y referencias. Dormir en cosa.
Bajen sueldo. Casa Njj .24, Colle
47 Este, Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para oseo.
coba y cocina. Debe dormir en el
empleo y troer buenas referencias.
Presntese d* 1 :30p.m. en adelan-
te a Calle del Estudiante No. 140.
Tel. No. 2-4022.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet 3 recmaros,
sola, comedor, 2 baos, garage,
patio espacioso, cercado. Porodo
bus. buen vecindario. Via Beiisario
Porros. Calle 15 No. 22.
SE ALQUILA:..Chalet 2 recmaras,
B/.70.00 mensuales. Tal. Posey,
Balboa 2698.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet omueblodo, 3
recmaras, 2 bonos, garage, cuar-
to servicio, acabado de pintar. Ave.
Justo Aroiemena No. 92. Telfono
3-3488, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Locol an calle 3o.
Nb. 15. propio para oficina o de-
psito, pora informes llame tel-
fono 3-1147.___________________
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Paro
informes Home telfono 3-1147.
SE AL0UILA:Locol apropiado poro
establecimiento comercial. Caso
nuevo, cntrica. F. Icaza y Cia.
Avenida "B" 79.
5E ALQU'LA:Locol paro oficina,
o/riba del Teatro Centro.. ____
fc \LQUILAN:-~cluS.voment* po-
ro oficinas toclas cntrico* en los
altos de Avenido Centrol 44 o
precio modKO*. Solicitan Into.
moe'n en Almacena 5 v '0 can-
SE ALQUILA:Locol amplio, en edi-
ficio nuevo paro- tiendo o comisa-
riato moderno. Dos locles chicos
para oficina. Informes: C. Daz,
Colle 25 Este y Ave. Cubo No. 15.
Apto. 13. ______
Dr. Wendeheke, Clnico Mdica ser-
vicio da y noche. Tel. 2-3479.
SE VENDE:Panel Willis ltimo mo-
delo, nuevo, derechos pogps.
B/. 1.500.00. Gorage Zappi. Colla
17 Oeste No. 78.
SE ALQUILA:Uno oportunidad po-
ro sus nios durante este mes. Ca-
sa amueblado en la playo en San-
ta Claro. Tal. Balboa 2820 veo
el administrador.
El sbado 31 de marzo fue
bautizado en la parroquia de
San Francisco de esta capital
el precioso niiio Reinaldo Er-
nesto de Len Jr.. hijo de don
Reinaldo E. de Len y seora
doa Edna M. de de Len. Fue-
ron sus padrinos el seor Julio
Briceo y la seorita Delvlta
Argeli Stanzlola G.
Reunion del r.p.a.
Por este medio se recuerda a
todos los directores, principales,
suplentes y seccionales, que ma-
ana a las 8 de la noche habr
reunin del Partido Renovacin
Popular Autntica en la resi-
dencia dej seor Polidoro Cha-
nis. carretera de Panam la
Vieja, frente al Club de Equi-
Heliedoro Patina.
Secretario General.
Artculo de Casa
SE'-VENDE: Refrigeradora Norg*
nuevo 8.4 pie.- 60 ciclos, mejor
oferta. 1489 Dohrman o Balboa 2-
3392. __________________
SE VENDE:Juego comedor B/.265;
peinadora B/.30; estante gronde
B/.65, Coma B/.45. Ave. Central
Se gratificar persona encuentre pul-
sera oro. inscripcin interior "Die.
26, 1948." Tel. 3-2624, Panam.
Grotifico con 8/. 15.00 o quien de-
vuelva "loro" extroviodo de caso
129 en lo Ave. Central primer alto.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora kerosene
9 pies, magnficas condiciones,
B/. 100.00 Ingenio: Callo nueva
Domingo Daz No. 9. Entrada des-
pus de la Borriodo Vista Hermosa.
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Metor de borco 50 HP.
morco Redwing- Perfecta condi-
cin, completo con eje y hlice.
Ganga! Escriba L. E. M. Aptdo.
2857. Cristbal.
SE VENDE:Una Refrigeradora Ge-
neral Electric 12 pies, 2 puertas,
60 ciclos, B/.200. Llame ol Tel.
2-1001. .
SE VENDE:Motivo viaje,' se sacri-
ficar Refrigeradora Crosey Shelvo- ; AVISO:- Que el velero colombiano
dore 1948. 60 ciclo, olfombra "Rene" sale poro Cupico, Arusi y
verde 9'xl5, radio fongrafo, 60 Suroga. Aceptamos posojeros. Se
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por el
trimestre vencido el 31 de Marzo
de 1951 debe ser pagada del pri-
mero al 16 da Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
ciclos, juego comedor, cmoda, bi-
ldelos mujer y varn. Colle 8o.
Curund No. 2166-C. I
paren pasaje en la Avenido Balboa.
C<* 1. cuarto 30 altos. Prximo
salida: Abril II da 1951.
Aceite Eldorado
Ot venta en
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
v Ganchos oara ollas
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 8-0140
GdnchOS para hamacas
LmparaS de cacera,
de carburo y elctricas.
Lmparas Coleman
de gas.
Ricardo A. Mir,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
Calle Ib Este #4 Tel. 2-2Stt
. Alambre de Pas
de 1 pulgada
Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
para gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
a La ma antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
Rio Abaje #54Tel. 3-MZ4.
Aliaren Calle "I" #4
Tel. 1-I75J
Estados Unidos
cualquier disminucin en la a-
luencla de capital privado.
Para cumplir esta clusula en
la forma en aue originalmente
se redact, se reafirmaba la re-
solucin de Bogot de evitar tri-
butacin doble. Hubo un acuerdo
general en aue la primera parte
del prrafo sera dificil. si no
imposible, de cumplir, y aue la
segunda era innecesaria, ya aue
algunos tratados sobre doble tri-
butacin va han sido firmados y
otros se estn negociando.
Al tratarse acerca las regula-
clones de precios, el doctor Jorge
Palacio Medina, de Colombia, di-
jo aue su Gobierno se adhera a
la resolucin 15 de Chapultepec
acerca el control de precios en
tiempo de guerra.
La resolucin mencionada di-
ce aue debe permitirse la opor-
tunidad de consulta con los pa-
ses productores por los Gobier-
nos aue tengan intenciones de
establecer el control de precios.
El Delegado norteamericano
dijo aue aun cuando los Estados
Unidos conviene con dicha reso-
lucin, debe tomarse en cuenta
que se redact hace cinco aos
v no compagina con la realidad
El Delegado cubano di] o aue
si los pases productores de ma-
terias primas harn considera-
bles sacrificios durante la e-
mergencia. los altamente indus-
trializados deben hacer un es-
fuerzo especial nara facilitarle a
aquellos maquinarla, equipo v
artculos terminados.
personas versadas en la mate-
ria: y apremi a a los expertos
auditores Price Waterhouse Si
Co., para que a la mayor bre-
vedad posible le rindiera un In-
forme preliminar sobre el Ban-
co Fiduciario.
Hoy, despus de haber, anali-
zado y comparado el informe
preliminar de la firma Price
Waterhouse l Co.. la Comisin
se cree en la obligacin de ren-
dir a los depositantes y al p-
blico en general el siguiente in-
forme sobre la situacin real de
la Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nam, 8. A., y dar las reco-
mendaciones que estima con-
ducentes a lograr que esta ins-
titucin bancaria pueda reanu-
dar con xito sus operaciones.
A nuestro juicio el Banco Fi-
duciario no est en quiebra.
Procediendo con serenidad y
con la patritica ayuda del Go-
bierno, de la Caja de Seguro
Social y de la Cervecera Na-
cional, que son los principales
depositantes individuales, el
Banco no slo podr pagar en
un plazo prudencial hasta el
ltimo centavo a los deposi-
tantes, sino tambin podr rea-
nudar sus operaciones norma-
Los depositantes no deben co-
rrer el riesgo de que la impre-
visin o la mala fe produzcan
un nuevo pnico que lleve a
una quiebra, lo que seria, a
nuestro Juicio, de fatales con-
secuencias para todas las par-
tes interesadas: para los DE-
POSITANTES porque despus
de un largo tiempo apenas co-
braran un porcentaje relativo
de sus depsitos que tendran
que repartir con abogados y cu-
radores: para los DEUDORES
quienes apremiados por ejecu-
ciones de pagos se veran obli-
gados a ventas forzadas que
podran .levarlos a la quiebra;
Para el Gobierno; y la Comu-
nidad en general; por las re-
percusiones perturbadoras que
una quiebra de tal magnitud
ejercera sobre todas las activi-
dades econmicas, sociales y
iiscales de la Nacin.
La Comisin, que hasta aho-
ra ha laborado tesoneramente
sin remuneracin pecunarla
de ninguna especie, cree que
ha llegado el momento de que
la responsabilidad de las de-
cisiones finales sea tomada
con la participacin de los de-
positantes. Pues no cabe duda
de que ellos, por ser las per-
sonas ms directamente afec-
tadas por la suerte de esta
institucin, deben, en nuestro
concepto, asumir proporcional-
mente la direccin de la em-
presa participando en la elec-
cin de una nueva Junta Di-
rectiva que -se encargue de
continuar dirig-iendo los nego-
cios del Banco.
Confronta dificultades
nos producen para el Banco de
Sangre. La razn es que gene-
ralmente cuando ocurren acci-
dentes o hay problemas gine-
colgicos, se crea el problema
de donacin sin retribucin. Hn^*J
trminos generales, los .pacien-
tes pobres aportan muy poca
sangre, pues en las familias de
ellos la falta de salud est ge-
neralizada y no tienen de don- i
de sacar sangre para resolver,
sus propios problemas.
Otro dato Interesante es que
de la' existencia al 31 de mar-
zo de 33,400 centmetros cbi-
cos de sangre, 19.150 pertene-
cen a la sangre tipo 0, 6650 a
la sangre tipo B, 5,750 a la
sangre tipo B y 1,850 a la san-
gre tipo AB. Los ltimos, como
se sabe, son los llamados "re- '
ceptores universales", es decir,
que pueden recibir sangre de-'
toda clase, 7)ero slo puede dar
sangre a su propio grupo. En
cambio el tipo 0 es conoci(*>
por "dador universal", es de-
cir, que le d todos los otros
tipos, pero slo puede recibir
del suyo propio. Los otros dos
tipos slo pueden recibir del 0
y de su propio tipo.
Otro dato interesante, es que
entre los panameos el 15 por
ciento es RH negativo, mientras
el 85 por ciento es RH positi-
vo. Como se sabe, los RH ne-
gativos son imprescindibles pa-
ra evitar que ocurran choques
mortales en recin nacidos y ea
las madres.
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
Atencin esmerada
oor expertos en pintara
Ser observado
recio una informacin critican-
do al Presidente de Argentina,
Juan Pern, por el cierre de La
i-rcnsa de Buenos Aires.
El "St. Louis Post Dispatch'
envi por la va area a Wash-
ington la parte correspondiente
a su seccin editorial. A cada
canciller y a cada Embajador
Latino Americano se le enviaron
ejemplares de esa seccin.
El diarlo citado public una
imormacin de Donald Grant,
Redactor Jefe de la edicin do-
minlcai, quien realiz un viaje
Basados en las '^>*c'"*s a Buenos Aires para escribir so-
anteriores, nos permitimos re- bre e, ca60 Qe ..^ renfia
comendar, por lo pronto a los, E) ..post Dispatch" public la
depositantes ene pen c*m- fotografia del Dlrector de La
^..^LC.re.d".?'lhP,' hV,CK P.rens_a"- Alberto Galnaa Paz. y
CLUB DE B/. 2.00
con asiento tapizado.
cinco gavetas.
fino, sprines interiores.
B/ 42.50
Rifles Automticos
Calibre 22
Tenemos en existencia:
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de toda clase
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
preferidas y redimibles del Ban
co, las que tendrn derecho a
una aiiion comn guttis con de-
recho a voto.
La Comisin de Depositantes
recomienda a los depositantes
que acepten esta operacin, ba-
jo en el entendido expreso de
que no se llevar a la prcti-
ca este plan a menos que se
tenga la garanta, tanto del
Gobierno como de la Caja del
Seguro Social y de la Cerve-
cera, de que estas instituciones
en caso de liquidacin forzada
o quiebra, no tomarn venta-
ia de u posicin de acreedores
y eeptarn recibir un trata-
miento igual a los depositan-
tes actuales que, en virtud de
este arreglo, se transformarn
en accionistas dueos del ban-
co. .,
Considera esta Comisin que
una vez legalizada la situacin
de los depositantes como due-
os del Banco, por razn del
poder que le dan sus acciones,
ellos deben nombrar una nue-
va Junta Directiva que respon-
da a sus intereses y simpatas.
Esa nueva Junta Directiva del
Banco, con las instrucciones ge-
nerales que le d la Asamblea
de accionistas podr elegir al-
gunos de los siguientes cami-
(al Que el Banco continu ope-
porcentaje de las acciones
preferidas muy apreciable
mediante los cobros que va-'
yan haciendo
(c) Que, en el peor de los ca-
sos, el Banco cobre todas
el programa de su peridico;
"verdad, honradez; ese es nues-
tro punto de partida".
Debajo de la fotografa de
Pern, quien apareca pronun-
ciando un discurso, el "Post
Dispatch" reprodujo las pala-
bras que dijo haban sido pro-
nunciadas por Pern, en el sen-
tido que "el Gobierno no per-
mitira la oposicin de la pren-
sa argentina".
El "Post Dispatch" tambin
reprodujo una caricatura pu-
blicada por el "Washington
Post" en la que apareca la pri-
mera pgina de "La Prensa"
completamente en blanco. Al pie
de 1 caricatura deca: 'El libro
blanco de Peran".
El vespertino Peronista "La
poca" acus a "La Prensa" de
haber enviado "Informes falsos"
sobre asuntos internos argenti-
nos a la Asociacin nter-Ame-
ricana de Prensa, organismo del
cual dijo que es un "centro del'1
espionaje imperialista", a tra-
vs del cual la familia Paz rea- '.
lizo una verdadera campaa de
descrdito contra Argentina en
el exterior.
"La poca" declar que la fa-
milia Paz. fundadora v duea
de "La Prensa", ha violado el
artculo 219 del Cdigo Penal,
al conspirar "para alterar las
relaciones internacionales entre
Argentina y otros Gobiernos ex-
tranjeros, y por ese delito po-
dra sentenciarse a sus miem-
bros a una pena de uno a seis
anos de prisin".
El vespertino dijo que la Aso-
8us acreencias y pague a elacin nter-Americana de Pren
todos los depositantes.
Finalmente, queremos insis-
tir, en que, a nuestro Juicio y
basados tambin en el informe
preliminar de Price Waterhouse
i Co., si el Banco reabre sus
puertas mediante el plan ante-
riormente esbozado aplica una
severa poltica de economa y se
dedique exclusivamente a ope-
raciones estrictamente banca-
ras, bien puede continuar o-
peraciones en un plan modesto. . aadi el rgano Peronista,
pagar hasta el ltimo centavo e' peridico de Paz utiliz in-
sa "ha sido considerada un ver-
dadero centro de espionaje", y
que todos sus miembros tienen
que cooperar proporcionando in-
formacin sobre los partidos po-
lticos y dirigentes, fuerza de ia
oposicin, etc.. y que "los gran-
des "trusts" y consorcios impe-
rialistas necesitan toda esa in-
"Como miembro de la Asocia-
cin nter-Americana de Pren-
adeudado a los depositantes de
hoy, con lo cual se evitarla
una quiebra precipitada que
seria de lamentables conse-
cuencias para nuestra endeble
economia nacional.
La Comisin de Depositantes:
Raimundo Ortefa Vieto, pre-
sidente; Joaqun J. Valla rio.
Tice-presidente; Guillermo E.
Quijano, tesorero; Eloy Bene-
detti. secretario; Rodolfo A. B-
rrala Jr., vocal; Javier I.asso de
la Vega, vocal.
Ofensiva final
formes secretos para movilizar
y coordinar todos los rgano -'
que integran esa empresa pe-
riodstica. Solo asi se explica
que 24 horas despus de dejar-
se de publicar, la mayora oe
los peridicos comentaban las
disputas de los vendedores dp
peridicos dando a stas iu?
carcter de medida poltica to-
mada por el Gobierno contra la
empresa comercial de Paz".
"La poca" dijo que en sus in-
formes "La Prensa" present a
Argentina como "un pals en el '
que no hay garantas".
El diario "El Plata", nacionalls-
Comondo rojo a buscar una paz., ta Independiente, aboga aue los
El General MacArthur confir- | Cancilleres de Amrica traten
m los informes de que los co- ei asunto de "La Prensa en
staban concen-1 nombre de los derechos huma-
trando. en un comunicado aue no.*
deca: "El enemigo est dedica- i
do a reorganizar tcticamente a
sus mayores unidades, v con la
aparicin de nuevas unidades en
Niega que ello configure como
intervencin en los asuntos In-
ternos argentinos, recordando
que "el Gobierno Argentino se
el frente de batalla le dar una comprometi Voiami,.. ?
fuerza potencial de por lo menos i eaneUMos A*rZ??^r< *
63 divisiones-el mayor nmero ZT?^onV'^^T
en toda la guerra de Corea. Los
factores que nos compensan son
su limitada capacidad de lgica
y la vulnerabilidad de sus co-
El comunicado hacia nfasis
subsanar la diferencia en el nu-
mero de soldados del Octavio E-
jrcito. Las fuerzas areas alia-
das ya han iniciado un asaltn
de 24 horas contra miles de ve-
hculos comunistas aue estn en-
viando abastecimientos y re-
fuerzos hacia el sur para refor-
zar el rea del frente centraL
conferencias Internacloaie" er*
lo cual no puede ahora iuvo-
car la soberana."
El diario "Accin" que d.lge
el exPresidente Battleberrea
n que MacArthur dependa de a'^ ' ,c" d "V Prensa"
ls fuerzas areas aliadas para! ? el**ST? d pretf.n"
clones de imponer monopolios
al pensamiento periodstico y di-
ce que "estas hipertrofias tota- (\
litarlas sirvan como demostra-
cin del desprecio de los ata-
ques individuales" agregando
que la democracia tiene que cui-
dar su futuro y salvaguarda!
eses derechos".

Gran Importancia Son Los Juegos Que Est
resentando Diariamente El Softball Social
loy chocan Polica y Alemn y maana
gendarmes se medirn con el Sosa
(Softball Social)
Sosa .............. 1 0 1.0M
Camellos............ 0 1 .tM
olida ...................- .
lAlemn Jr........... .
Juego de Hoy
. Partido de Maana
Resultados de Ayer
ptica Sota 9Camellos 5
La serie final de softball que
lie esta efectuando por el titulo
de la Liga Social contina esta
Itarde con el Juego entre POLI-
ICIA v ALBMAN Jr.. choque ste
[que ha despertado mucho lnte-
I res y en el cual el ganador tra-
Ita de empatar al Sosa en el co-
lmando. El partido de esta fecha
KSt dedicado Kl Comandante
I Jos A. Remn, Primer Jefe de
|la Polica Nacional.
Maana le tocar exponer su
invicto al ptica Sosa, teniendo
BUR y Packard es el Juego de
Esta Noche en la Comercial
De la Galera de la
como rival a la Polica, que en-
viar a lanzar al gigante Rudy
El destacado deportista Inge-
niero Navarro, lanzar la prime-
ra bola del este choque, el cual
promete resultar reido episo-
dio por episodio, Luis Walker el
lanzador estrella del Sosa, ocu-
par nuevamente la lomlta por
su conjunto. El juego de ayer!
fu un fcil triunfo del Sosa1
por 9 carreras a 5.
Los prximos Juegos son los
Jueves 5 Camel vs Alemn Jr.
que es dedicado al cronista To-
o de Sedas.
Viernes POLICA vs CAMEL,
dedicado a H. Tejada.
Domingo 8 Alemn Jr. vs So-
sa, dedicado a Cristbal Sar-
Lunes 9 Camel-Sosa. dedicado
al Pas
Martes 10 Alemn Polica.
Mircoles 11 Polica-Sosa;
Jueves 12 Alemn vs Camel:
Viernes 13. Camel vs Polica
Domingo 15 Sosa Alemn.
Deoortes a Granel
fui KKUfc.AU
A las siete y media en el cam-
po de Santa Rita se miden esta
noche los equipos BUR y PAC-
KARD de la Liga Comercial de
Softball, en un partido que de-
be resultar emocionante y mo-
vido. Los automovilistas segn
inform su representante tienen
preparada su escuadra de tole-
teros para opacar a los ague-
rridos y entusiastas muchachos
que dirige Jlmne Samudio. que
ahora se les est viendo muy
mejorados y dispuestos a clasi-
ficar, pues vienen atrope! lando
de atrs a los otros equipos que
comenzaron con racha de triun-
fos y ahora estn perdiendo ven
Anoche fu sorprendida la
concurrencia por la inslita aa-
titud de algunos de los Jugado-
res del Radio Bush que no obs-
tante ser considerados como po-
sibles finalistas en el torneo y
estar en condiciones de colocar-
se entre los punteros, faltaron
al campo, asistiendo nicamente
el Director y cinco Jugadores
ms, perdiendo el partido por
"forfeit" ante la protesta del
pblico que esperaba ansioso el
encuentro entre los punteros del
Duran y sus fuertes oponentes.
Santander e Independiente empataron en
la apertura del ftbol infantil de Barraza
Los equipos Independiente y
Santender empataron a un tan-
to en el Juego de apertura del
Torneo Infantil de Ftbol de
Barraza que dirige el entusiasta
Tem Molina.
Gran entusiasmo rein duran-
te la inauguracin y buen n-
mero de aficionados presenci
el acto. El Lie. Manuel Roy y
don Francisco Dltranl entrega-
ron los premios a los ganadores
en esta competencia y los otros
cuatro son el Selecta, Novatos,
Angelinl y Fuerte 19.
Decamos anoche por la
|Red Panamericana...
Ayer se cerraron las inscrip-
ciones para participar en el
Clsico "Polica Nacional" que
Por R. L. B.
se correr en el Hipdromo Na-
cional el Domingo 15 de Abril.
Once caballos fueron inscritos
v entre los cuales tenemos los
siguientes: Welsh Loch, Rathliqg
Light, Marlscallto, Dictador, Pi-
nard, Llnney Head, Alto Alegre,
Begonia Royal Coup, Montserrat
y Phoebus Apollo.
PRI y Dep. Pern Tienen a
su Cargo el Partido del
Ftbol del Chorrillo Mna.
Asegurada la Participacin
del Santos y Veraguas en el
8 Campeonato de Bisbol
CHITRE, Abril ICon gran
actividad continan los prepa-
rativos para el VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
Jue se inaugurar el prximo
omingo en esta ciudad,
i Se ha Informado con compla-
cencia que est asegurada la
Sartic parln de Veragaas y Loe
antos, con le cual podran dar-
se ja como seguro* a cinc* equi
pos, contando eon Coln; Pana-
m y Herrera.
.Se espera de- hoy a maana
la confirmacin de Cocl y Chi-
rlqu y se est gestionando favo-
rablemente la participacin de
Bocas del Tore, Darien y San
La Ceremonia de apertura co-
menzar a las lt de la maana
del domingo en el Estadio "Rico
Cede**". Lanzar 1 primera
bola el seor Contralor de la
Repblica, Henrique de Obarrie.
El Comit Organizador del Cam-
Econato escogi al seor Carlea
leta como uno de les miembro
sel Jurado de Honor.
El entusiasmo e inters siguen
aumentando en forma notable
IvMMe asi como se est rect-
iendo satisfactoria cooperacin
en general. '
Don Caries Eleta, el deportis-
ta elegante y gran amigo do
Chltr, obsequi nuevamente es
te ao lee uniformes de la Se-
leccin, siendo recibido su ges-
to con 'gran complacencia.
(Ftbol del Chorrillo)
Circuito Mayor
[LECTOR: Nos han llegado al-
gunas opiniones de varios pro-
fesores de Educacin Fsica
graduados en nuestra Univer-
sidad como en el Extranjero
sobre la jira que hicieron
ciertos alumnos del Curso de
Educacin Fsica al interior.
Estamos en condiciones de ha-
cer una publicacin en caso
de que sea necesario. Esto nos'
halaga sobremanera, ya que
nos damos cuenta que esta
columna es leida por gran n-
mero de personas cultas y ca-
I .paces de Imprimirle cierto rum
[bo a nuestra incipiente Edu-
cacin Fsica.
Ayer nada ms eran comenta-
rios de algunos Prof, a quienes
solicitamos su opinin; hoy, al-
gunos colegas compaeros de i:i
Universidad como tambin la
del Licenciado en Derecho y
Prof, de Geografa y Pedagoga
y Presidente de la Sociedad De-
portiva Universitaria (AJ5.U.P.)
Sr. Gilberto Valds B., quien nos
ha prometido ayudar en toda
i forma posible el Curso de Edu-
cacin Fsica en su noble afn
de organizacin.
El distinguido deportista y
amigo, Cap. Pedro J. Prez. Te-
sorero de la Embajada Paname-
a a los Primeros Juegos Pan-
Americanos, compr en Buenos
ra eetaonielaolnetaolnS((lq,e
t Aires un libro de Educacin F-
sica para el Prof. Horacio Do-
mingo del Liceo de Seoritas.
Dicho libro tiene por ttulo
Principios de Educacin Fsica
por un conocido Prof, apellidado
WILLIAMS. Es una traduccin
del Ingls, Recomendamos a to-
dos nuestros compaeros poner-
se al habla con dicho profesor
para tratar de encargar a la
casa matriz unos cuantos libros.
Hojeando dicho libro pude en-
terarme que las diez o quince
primeras pginas es materia que
atuvimos dando en el Curso de
Ed. Fsica en el primer ao en
la Universidad como de Historia
y Concepto de la Educacin F-
sica y como, sin duda hemos
quedado corto, sugiero a todos
los compaeros ponernos de a-
coerdo para encargarlo pues el
libro es muy interesante. Ade-
ms, tambin podemos encar-
gar otros de la misma casa que
nos servirn para la enseanza
i At la Educacin Fsica.
Nos lleg un libro de Historia
y Concepto de la Educacin F-
sica en Ingls del cual tratare-
mos de sacar algo pira los lec-
tores y alumnos del Curso.
Ahora pasamos a dar comien-
zo a la QUINTA LECCIN del
Curso y que trata sobre:
La Majer Pblica en Grecia
Va hemos tratado el tipo de
vida que tena la mujer en el
Hogar griego, y sn poco o nin-
gn contacto que ella mantena
con la vida del ciudadano. Sin
embargo, observamos como la
mujer dentro de su propio ho-
gar cultiv ciertas disciplinas
que pudiramos considerar co-
mo preliminares para la ense-
anza de la Educacin Fsica
horarea: la danza y el canto.
Hubo no obstante, otro tipo
de mujer en la Grecia antigua
.muy diferente o de mentalidad
? muy distinta a la de la mujer
del patricio: la hetaira o pros-
tituta. Este era un tipo de mu-
jer exceoclonai. era educada
desde nia para el servicio pro-
fesional del sexo
Comentando algo sobre el Cl-1
sico Presidente de la Repblica
que se correr el dia 28 de Abril,
informamos a nuestros lectores,
que las Inscripciones para par-
ticipar en esta gran carrera se
cerrarn el Lunes 18 de los,
corrientes a las once en punto
de la maana. Esperamos que,
no suceda como en una ocasin
cuando despus de cerradas las
inscripciones se permiti la en-
trada de otro ejemplar.
Para el Clsico Presidente de
la Repblica, la prueba mxima
de nuestra hpica se escuchan
ya los ms variados comentarlos
Principalmente se tejen las ms
dversas cojeturas al rededor del
crack de la pista ROYAL COUP
Es casi seguro que estt equino
carque con el peso mximo de
dicha carrera y sin lugar a du-
das ser el gran favorito. Seria
la verdadera proclamacin de
este noble equino que tiene uno
de los records ms brillantes de
nuestra pista.
El Stud Cantagallo es casi
seguro que competir en este
clasico con tres ejemplares, Be-
gonia, Royal Coup y Main Road.
Begonia que gan la prueba
estelar de ayer de Juan Franco
demostr que es uno de los ejem
piares lgicos a batir en los fu-
turos clsicos abiertos. Este no-
ble potro del Cantagallo fu
movido en los ltimos metros y
gan alejndose.
Mientras tanto que los fanti-
cos sigan pensando y sacando
linea de carreras sobre el ga-
nador del clsico Presidente de
la Repblica.
El caballo Marlscallto del
Stud Blue & White, merece un
escrito especial en esta colum-
na. Hace varios meses este equi-
no competa en la ltima clase
de Importados y al cambiar de
manos, se convirti en uno de
loe mejores corredores de la pis-
ta sabanera. Esta semana com-
petir en la clase "B". Once ca-
rreras triunfales lleva este mag-
nifico ejemplar.
STELLA, tendr que cumplir 6
reuniones porque los Comisarlos
consideraron Inaceptable la ex-
plicacin de su preparador F.
Ludan! y de su Jinete F. Jara-
Coronel Remn
Dep. Pern
G. P. E. Pts.
2 115
2 t 1 5
1 1 2
F. Rose tiene g reuniones por
no reportar oportunamente la
actuacin de la yegua Luck
8 reuniones al Jinete E. Ju-
linp or monta brusca en per-
juicio del ejemplar Paragon
Julin mont a Delhi.
H. Reyes tiene 8 reuniones por
monta brusca en La Espaola.
V. Cerceno tiene 8 reuniones
por monta brusca en Pepsl Cola
en perjuicio de Bendigo.
Granos y Ulceracione:
L primor aattoaeiea a* Nnasane
limpia a*-1oe manta erapelonss 4*
la !*!. Dm ata aoehe Nixaearm
otara mor proal* *m ni *4*1 m lim-
pia, aclara y snarlae. NhnSsrat a ua
nueve d**oubrlmlenlo qua mata loa
Germane* y Parsito 4* la alai eve
sea la cana* da Bcxeraa, Picajona* y
BVupelonas. US. a pueda librar 4*
lea trastorno* a la pial hasta qna a*
remueva 1** rrmene* que * eacoa-
4en at lo* poro*. A ti pota, adquiera
de iu farmaotutlco Ni*e*rm boy
mlemo para llaa>ar *as aras**, acia-
Nixoderm ~
Pora DaseVcfeaes ola * Pfal
El circuito Mayor del Ftbol
del Chorrillo presentar maa-
na en la tarde el partido en-
tre los, equipos PRI y DEPORTI-
El Villa Aguilar
derrot a los Leones
de La Chorrera, 10-2
Por N. S. Zambrano
El equipo Villa Agullar se im-
puso a Los Leones de La Cho-
rrera en el cuadro de Buena
Vista el Domingo en la maana
por el abultado score de diez
carreras a dos. Numerosos "fa-
nticos de ambos equipos pre-
senciaron este encuentro en que
los huestes del Villa Agullar de-
mostraron que los Leones ten-
drn mucho que luchar y refor-
zar sus filas para ganarlos.
Cabe mencionar que el lanza-
dor Jos "Chalo" Santamara
se encarg de tener a raya a los
recios majagueros de Los Leo-
nes y los limit a seis hits so-
lamente. Por el equipo perdedor
tuvo buena actuacin en la lo-
mlta el lanzador estrella "Mi-
nuto" quien reemplaz a R. Mo-
reno cuando el score se encon-
traba a favor del Agullar por
siete carreras a dos.
Descollaron por Los Leones de
La Chorrera el lanzador A. S.
Minuto con 3-2, Jos I. Madrid
con 3-2 siendo uno de ellos de
dos bases, y Roberto Moreno
con 4-3.
El prximo Domingo se efec-
tuar en el mismo lugar y a la
misma hora, es decir, en el cua-
dro de Buena Vista de La Cho-
rrera a la* ocho v treinta minu-
tos de la maana; el segundo
Juego de la serle.
Para este Juego Los Leones
se reforzarn con un receptor
(profesional??) y de nueve ba-
teadores quienes no dejarn pa-
sar una bola asi sea bola.
Con las autoridades
VO PERN en el cuadro de Ca-
lle 27 Oeste, abajo.
Los argentinos defendern su
Invicto a la vez que tratarn
de quedar solos en el comando
del Campeonato, pero el PRl
que ha mejorado su juego lu-
char para acortar la distancia
de los punteros y quedar a un
solo tanto del puesto de honor.
Numerosos comentarlos ha
provocado este encuentro que se
espera resultar reido y ani-
Fotografa del rostro y caricatura del cuerpo del "Leo Duro-
cher" del equipo de "El Panam-Amrica", lase Armando
"Sandoaan" Moreno, tambin conocido entre sus ntimos por
Pedro o El Cholo, este ltimo uno de los alias que ms utiliza
en el tiro de las bolas altas. Aunque aqu las bondades, de
su "caadislmo" Res trepo lo hacen aparecer como el clasico
pitcher, in gesto preocupado por el contorsioneo denota las
dificultades en que lo coloca su abultado abdomen que le per-
mite servir ms fcilmente la posicin de "Catcher'. en la
cual ao destaca con perfiles olmpico:,. Consideran los enten-
didos que en esta posicin, su nleo rival; de consideracin es
su Ilustre caadislmo que naci cansado. _________
Luis Walker, pitcher estrella
del "ptica Sosa\ es lo que se
puede llamar nn poker de ases
para cualquier novena local de
soft-ball. Con el asombroso re-
cord de nueve triunfos conse-
cutivos sin ninguna derrota, es
el jugador ms valioso de sn
equipo y de la Liga de Soft-ball
Social. Como tributo a tu gran
labor realizada publicamos su
Social Deportivo
Ayer cumpli el mejor de sus
das, el nio RODRIGO BARU-
CO Jr., hijo de nuestro colabo-
rador Sr. Rodrigo Baruco.
Desernosle, aunque tarde mu
chas felicidades.
En esta fecha ajusta un ao
ms de vida la Joven y simptica
seora doa Sarita Vlllarreal de
Quintero, esposa del conocido
redactor y locutor deportivo de
la ciudad de Coln "Nando Quin
Por tal motivo nos es muy
placentero hacer llegar a la
joven Sarita nuestro ms cor-
dial saludo.
Kid Gaviln se
medir con Aldo
Minelli el 20
NUEVA YORK. Abril 3 (UP)
Kid Gaviln, campen welter
cubano se enfrentar el 20 de
Abril en la Arena de San Nico-
ls al peso medio Italiano Aldo
Minelli, encuentro que ser a
un limite de 10 asaltos, en pre-
paracin de su pelea por el cam-
peonato que sostendr el 18 de
Mayo contra Johnny Brattop.
Para el 26 de Abril se firm el
encuentro entre el Irlands Bi-
lly Murphy y Chico Vejar, Joven
norteamericano de padres chile-
nos que se encuentra Invicto
aqu. Ambos son del peso welter.
BURICH. Abril 3 ; (UP)-El
campen mediano del mundo
Ray Robinson firm contrato
para sostener un encuentfo a
10 asaltos en esta ciudad el 26
de Mayo contra el francs Jean
Futbolista del
Brasil sostendrn
serie en Bruselas
BRUSELAS, Abril 3 conjunto de futbolistas de Sao
Paulo lleg ayer por.la,va a-
rea de Miln con el fin de en-
frentarse a un combinado de
Bruselas en esta ciudad maana
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
Ayer cumpli aos nuestro
buen amigo Manuel de Jess
Pinzn, gran fantico del Base-
ball y Football, que en su tiem-
po de estudiante fu una figu-
ra de colorido cuando defenda
la puerta del Onceno Pacfico.
Son nuestros mejores dataos
que siga cumpliendo muchos
ms y cosechando muchos xi-
tos en los aos venideros.
Esta noche a las .siete en pun-
to en el Gimnasio Nacional el
qulntqto BAM, pendra. ua Im-
portante prctica Los, cervece-
ros desde Ijace,, varios das 'co-
menzaron su sesiones d entre-
namiento para la prxima tem-
porada de baloncesto capitalino.
Se espera la asistencia de to-
dos sus Jugadores.
Gran entusiasmo
por la temporada
de basket de Coln
COLON, Atffll 3 (Por-B. Quin-
tero)Con todo entusiasmo han
tomado los basketbollstas la no-
ticia de la apertura de la ins-
cripciones para los equipos que
han de tomar parte en la tem-
porada del presente ao.
La Liga tambin ha anuncia-
do que tan pronto se registre
los equipos que han de parti-
cipar en la contienda venidera
se proceder a elegir la nueva
Directiva que ha de gobernar
el basketball en este ao de
Por lo que hemos visto este
ao, se cree que las justas de
basketball tendrn mayor xito
que las del ao pasado, sobre
todo en la rama femenina don-
de ya se ven varios equipos en-
tregados a las prcticas entr
ellos el Deportivo Chevrolet, Ro-
yal Triton, Deportivo Casa Mike,
y la "Mueblera de Coln", por
lo que se. presume que la tem-
porada en esta rama debe ser
superior a la del ao pasado.
Royal Coup y Welsh jLocIi
Cargarn con los Peso
Mximos del Clsico "Polica"
cargarn con los mayores pesos
en el clsico "Polica Nacional"
que se celebrar el Domingo 15
de Abril en el Hipdromo Nacio-
nal sobre una distancia de 2.100
Los.pesos asignados para esta
carrera son los siguientes: Ro-
yal Coup 128 libras. Welsh Loch I
127, Plnard 112. Begonia 110,
Dictador 104, Llnney Head 104.
RathlTng Light 102, Marlscallto
100, Phoebus Apollo 100, Mto
Alegre 08 y Montserrat 96.
Las carreras de esta semana
Este fin de semana tendremos
varias carreras Importantes. Los
campeones de la pista partid
paran en una prueba sobre un
tiro de 1300 metros. Compiten
aquj: Begonia. Avenue Road,
Welsh, Loph, flnard y Royal
Coup. ,
La Clase, "B" tambin Inter-
vendr y ha sido fijada esta ca-
rrera sobre uad lstancla da
una milla y" un octavo.'Estn
Inscritos aqu: Llnney Head. Ma
rlscallto, Rathling Light, Pboe- ,
bus Apollo, Wewmlnster, .Hu.alrp,
Alto Alegre y .Dictador.
No tienen fundamento alguno las
crticas que se hacen a Ditrani
Con motivo de una serle de
crticas que se han venido te-
jiendo alrededor de la funda-
cin del Club de: Ftbol "Dltra-
nl". el destacado deportista lo-
ca), Sr Francisco Dltranl nos
ha hecho lass iguientes decla-
"Yo se hecho Foot-Ball y se-
guir haciendo Foot-Ball; ya es
hora que conteste a todas las
conjetura que se vienen hacien-
do con la formacin de mi equi-
po "Club Dltranl". En realidad
todava no hay nada concreto,
y no s cuales sern mis Juga-
dores: si alguno de los repre-
sentantes, de los dems equipos
temieron que le. quitara Jugado-
res, todava es. muy prematuro
"Si quieren' sancionar a cier-
tos Jugadores que firmaron
para el Club "Ibrico" y luego
mandaron una carta al seno de
la Liga Provincial de Ftbol de
Panam, pidindoles que no que-
ran jugar con el "Club Ibrico"
si no con el "Club Dltranl", a
mi parecer no se pueden san-
cionar a los Jugadores en vista
que en la secretaria de la Liga,
o hay dos fichas firmadas
sean de los Clubes".
"Por lo tanto apelando a la
actitud de la mesa directiva de
la Liga, de la ltima sesin pa-
sada, pregunto a los represen-
tantes qu Jugadores tendr
que escoger. Espero que el Jue-
ves en la sesin me resuelvan
cuales sern mis Jugadores".
"Respecto al nombre de Club
Dltranl, yo hke una peticin en
debida forma a la Federacin de
Footb-Ball de Panam, para
usar mi nombre, en vista que
I existen el Club Dosman-, y el Es-
trada en Coln, v el Alemn en
I Panam, y en vista de esas
pruebas, me concedi el perm!
so> la Federaqln..
Con esto pongo punto final a
esta discusin."
(Fdo) Francisco Ditrani.
Solicitan e Educacin
Fsica desconozca a la
Fed. de Levantamiento
El Instituto de Gimnasia y
Deportes solicitar al Licencia-.
do Manuel Roy, en su carcter
de Director del Departamento
de Educacin Fislca, se sirva
eliminar a la actual Federacin
Nacional de Levantamiento de
Pesas, por Ilegal, Inconveniente
y por no ajustarse al. tenor del
Decreto 250 de 1942, que es el
3ue organiza y reglamenta los
eportes. Por tal motivo, los
miembros del Instituto de Gim-
nasia y Deportes, efectuarn
una sesin el prximo sbado 7
de los corrientes, en el estadio
Adems los Institutores con-
sideran que, no es posible se-
guir admitiendo con pasividad
franciscana, la bancarrota exis-
tente en el deporte de los hie-
rros. Panam puede considerar-
se en el circuito centro-y-sur
americano como el pas decano
en estas actividades musculares,
y sin embargo estamos repor-
tando un retroceso insoporta-
permite mejores afeitadas y ayuda a conservar
el aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro
La Crema de Afeitar Williams contiene un
maravilloso ingrediente muy recetado
por especialistas de la piel
Ahora-por primera vez-bc ha
elaborado una crema de afeitar que es
realmente buena para la piel. Esta nueva
frmula le permite a usted, mucho mejor
que antee, afeitadas a ras de piel, ntidas
. . y sin irritacin!
La nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams tiene
por base una maravillosa substancia llamada
Extracto de Lanolina. El Extracto de Lano-
lina es S5 pesas m concentrado que la Lano-
lina que los medicos recetan usualmente para
la piel. Refresca la piel a la ver que usted se
afeita... y ayuda a conservar el aspecto sano
y juvenil del rostro.
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 261 especia
listas de la piel que han probado la nueva
Williams alaban el que se haya agregado
Extracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema Williams
disfruta de esta substancia maravillosa. Y,
cuanto ms use Williams, ms se convencer
de lo benfica que es para la piel.
Si usted desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica crema de afeitar
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
Se oMiene
ms kilometraje
por litro
"N*J conoie* mejor a*MN d*
mi combeUbi*"-escribe Afce
Colin*, chofer d* teal en Pors. "Soy
chrer d* taxi. Coate as
natural, cuanto mayor
kilometraje * rlnd*
coda litro de combusti-
ble, moyo ras son tais
Ganancias. Por eso,
reinstalo nuevos
Bullas Champion coda
15.000 kilmetros.
No conozco manera
ms eficax de
ahorrar combustibls
y evitar trastornos
en el aator."
Predilectas del meneo
por mat de m cuorto de

Lea ME1 Av*o Oportuno'
3:00 El Favorito de Hoy
3:15 Un* Mujer sin Importan-
cia Dramatliacln.
8:31 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones Italianas
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
(Nacho Valds)
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango.
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
por el Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Maria (de Jorge Isaac
Novela "amel"
7:30 El Radio peridico
7:45 Donde el Ro Nace.
P.: 00 Msica popular
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Estampas mexicanas
9:00 Favortios americanos
9:15 Melodias porteas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10 00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 Cancionero Nocturnal
11:00 Buenas Noches
i do Buenos Das
El drama de una mujer que lucha contra fuerzas tremendas
para romper las cadenas de una pasin
., queja subyuga!...
Micheie MORGAN
La estrella de "Fablola" y Sinfona Pastoral"
con Jean MARAIS, en
En Francs con ttulos en Espaol!
La MORGAN en otra actuacin
sensitiva y soberbia... y luciendo
ms bella que nunca...!
6:03 El Despertador Musical
6:30 Noticiero R.P.A.
7:00Mslca tpica
7:15 Acordes porteos
7:30 Melodias matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 La voz de hoy
8:45 Melodias venezolanas
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales ,
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11:30 Grandes artistas
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
12:15 Noticiero
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Espaoleras
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
3:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
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- con -
Con la ms deliciosa Pareja
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Una pelcula que
recomedamos como excelente!

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Una pasin malsana cegaba su espritu y lace-
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No desean llegar
a acuerdo en la
China comunista
HONG KONG, Abril 2.
(UP). Se ha Informado que
la China Comunista rechaz
las ofertas de la Cruz Roja
, Internacional para llegar a un
acuerdo sobre el trato de los
prisioneros de guerra captu-
rados en Corea.
El informe vino de "fuentes
Informadas". Tambin se dijo
que los rojos tambin se ne-
garon a conceder permiso a
Gran Programa Doble!
Por primera vez en el cine,
un asalto en las nubes!...
Lo ms emocionante que se
ha visto; en el film
"El Gran Robo Areo"
(The Great Plane Robbery)
- con -
Tom Conway Rita Johnson
-- Adems: --
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de un hombre!... Turbulentas
pasiones se desatan en
nreaenta: __
Doble Estreno
Huyendo de la Justicia en-
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en una Idlica isla de los ma-
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primitivas!... Aventuras y
emociones exticas, en
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las emociones sensacionales
Poniendo en Escena la
Divertida Comedia:
Nuevos Nmeros de
Variedades con la Actuacin
de toda la Compaa!
Los muebles usados por esta
Compaa, son por cortesia de
la acreditada Mueblera "LOS
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que la ven... PUES ES LO-
Los Hermanos MARX
un representante de la Cruz, Paul Ruegger, Presidente dtl
Roja Internacional para que I la Cruz Roja Internacional enl
se nstale en Pekn y a la I cabezo la delegacin que con-JJ
distribucin de medicinas a I ferencl en Pakin con los un-J
las victimas de la guerra en funcionarlos del Gobierno Cofl
Corea. munlsta el mes pasado.
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di: la miw
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Un drama apasionante...!
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Otro triunfo del
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Madre contra Hija por el amor de un
Myrna Loy Richard Greene, en
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Gloria Marin. en
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Us MuTata ae
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