The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe1* Abraham Lincoln.
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AFL Head Says
Labor Walkout
Is Permanent
WASHINGTON, March 1 (UP) Labor Members
protesting the government's new wage formula hare re-
fused to return to the Wage Stabilization Board today and
AFL Secretary-Treasurer George Meany said today they
never will go back. ,. ...
Chairman Cyrus S. Ching immediately cancelled a
meeting of the Board which had been called to consider
Economic Stabilized Eric A. Johnstons request that it
liberalize its disputed wage formula. The formula would
put a 10 per cent ceiling on wage increases over Jan. 15,
1950 levels. ________________________,
The three Labor members
stalked out of the Board 12 days
ago when it adopted je 10 per
cent formula on a 6 to 3 vow;.
Johnston approved ?e2L5itS
yesterday, but asked the Boardto
honor cest-of-llving ?*>"
clauses In contracts and permit
fringe benefIts outside the 10 per
**rliTuSfcd Labor PoUcy Com-
mittee, representing all CIO and
AFL members and many Inde-
pendent union, studied the for-
mula and other problems at, a
morning meeting. Itthen disclos-
ed that labor members would not
attend the Board session set for
2 p.m., but instead would meet
again with the Labor Committee
at that hour. .
Ching Dromptly cancelled tne
Stabilisation Board meeting on
the advice that the Labor mem-
bers will not attend."
The Policy Committee issued
no announcement on its morning
session, but Meany said Labor
members would not go back to
the Board. Asked if that meant
"never," the arilon official replied
that it did. : ,_ ...
Although the Labor officials
did not say so directly, they in-
dicated strongly that they for-
mally will reject Johnston s com-
promise formula.
President George M. Harrison
of the AFL Railway Clerks, a Pol-
icy Committee member, said in
answer to questions that he "very
vigorously disapproved" the for-
It was understood that, among
other things, the Committee
talked about the possibility of
pulling labor representatives out
of all mobilization agencies on
which they are serving. Union
officials have toyed with this idea
ever since Labor's boycott of the
Wage Board.
Army, Navy List
Practice Alerts
This Afternoon
Practice air raid alerts will
be held about 5:15 p.m. today
at Fort Amador and the adja-
cent 15th Natal District reser-
vation. The alerta will affect
personnel of the Army post and
naval station.
Purpose of the practice is to
test functioning of the alert
plans for the two reservations.
La Prensa Abandons
Publication Plans
As Strike Ordered
La Prensa abandoned plans to
resume publication today as po-
lice occupied the printing shop
and the Argentine press syndi-
catean organization of news-
papermen ordered a formal
strike of members against the
politically Independent newspa-
La Prensa's spokesman said no
reason was given for the police
occupation of the plant of the
newspaper which closed down
Jan. 26 when it became Involved
In a dispute with the Newsven-
dors' Union a Government-
sponsored, non-employe organi-
zationwhen It rejected the un-
ion's demands for a large share
of Its classified advertisement
(Continued en Page 6, Col. )
Phil Payne Joins
Central American
Staff For Time1
Philip W. Payne, former Pana-
ma newspaperman, Is now em-
ployed by Time magazine as a
staff correspondent and will
work In the Central American
area with headquarters In Pana-
m. He will assist William H.
Forbls, chief of Time's Central
American Bureau.
Payne, who has been In the
United States for the past month,
returned to Panam Tuesday by
plane from Miami. He expects to
be here for about two weeks be-
fore leaving on an assignment
for the magazine.
Forbls and Payne arrived in
Panam together In 1940. Both
worked for The Panam Amer-
ican, were awy from the Isthmus
during the war and both return-
ed in 1948 to work for The Na-
tion. Forbls has been Time's re-
presentative In Central America
for the past two years.
Truman's Mood-Swings Start
Round Of Press Argument
Washington's press corps Is
busily trying to decide whether
President Harry 8. Truman is
still a genial, self-assured Chief
Executive or whether he has be-
come Irritable and upset under
the terrific strain of his respon-
Typewriters have worked over-
time In recent months since the
President called the Marine
Corps "a propaganda-wise out-
fit" and offered to kick a music
critic below the belt for harshly
criticizing daughter Margaret's
Contradictory Tlews have been
expressed by Arthur Krock,
Washington bureau manager and
top correspondent of the New
York Times, and Drew Pearson,
nationally known columnist and
radio commentator.
Krock said visitors who had re-
ce talks with the President
found him calm, sure of the
rlghtnes of his policies, and
lacking any trace of emotional
In contrast Pearson also
quoting Whlte'House visitors
said In his column published
Tuesday In The Panam Amer-
ican that Mr. Truman has be-
come tense and irritable, with
Increasing moods of anger and
bittern eis.
To round out the picture Jon-
athan Daniels, well known Ra-
**u* *- editor and an tx-
presldentlal secretary, has writ-
ten an article for Colliers maga-
zine telling how and why the
Chief Executive writes those fa-
mous "Truman letters." He said
it is Mr. Truman's way of main-
taining personal contact with
the people across the barriers
that surround the presidency.
Senator Harley M. Kllgore, an-
other friend of the President,
said In a recent radio broadcast
that Mr. Truman is not the first
and "undoubtedly will not be the
last president to blow off steam
In personal letters."
When he first became Presi-
dent Mr. Truman was awed and
humble over the immensity of
his task and almost pathetically
eager lor help, guidance and
friendship. There were virtually
no sharp words for critics then.
But Mr. Truman's jauntlness
and self-confidence increased
rapidly as he found he could
handle the job. and he became
an entirely new Harry Truman
when he counfounded the pund-
its and won the 1948 election
under his own steam.
Current speculation springs
from the rash of irate Truman
letters and statements that be-
(an last year with the famous
etter to a Congressman about
the Marines, and resulted mos
recently In his retort to a Sen
ate subcommittee report on th>
Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
UN Columns Smash Ahead
On 50-Mile Korean Front
Bidault Will Head
New French Govt.
PARIS, Mar. 1, (UP) France
turned to former premier Georg-
es Bidault, leader of the Popular
Republican Party (MRPI to form
a new government today.
President Vincent Auriol an-
nounced that he asked Bidault i o
take over as premier-designate to
Mrs. Rosa Collazo, arrives at
the Washington court where
her husband, Osear, went on
trial for murder. He Is accused
.of killing a White House guard,
Leslie Coffelt, in the Truman
assassination attempt.
Funeral Services
For George Bennett
To Be Held Saturday
CRISTOBAL, Mar. 1 Services
for the late George S. Bennett
will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday
at the Church of Our Saviour on
Third Street in New Cristobal.
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson, pas-
tor and the Very Rev. Raymond
T. Ferris will officiate.
The family has requested that
flowers not be sent for the serv-
Interment will take place at
noon, Sunday, March 4, In San
Jose, Costa Rica.
Mr. Bennett, General Agent
for the United Fruit Company in
Panama, died Tuesday morning
at his home in Brazos Heights af-
ter a heart attack. He was 63
years old.
Belgium To Bolt
'Preventive War'
If One Starts
BRUSSELS. Mar. 1, (UP)
Belgian Foreign Minister Paul
van Zeeland indicated today they
Belgium would no longer consid-
er itself bound by J.he North At-
lantic Treaty If one of Its signa-
tories decided to start a prevent-
ive war.
No. 4
A 15-day jail sentence, to be
served, and a fine of $100 were
imposed yesterday afternoon In
Balboa Magistrate's Court on
1951's fourth Pacific side drunk
The defendant, Edward F.
Tobin, Jr., 37, American, Is em-
ployed In the personnel section
of the Army Adjutant Gener-
al's office. He was arrested at
3:55 a.m. last Saturday on Cu-
rundu Road.
The offrnse is Tobin's second.
On Feb. 21, 1949, he was con-
victed of drunk driving. At that
time be was fined $100 and giv-
en a l**Uay suspended sen-
De Gasperi Stakes
Life Of Coalition
Government On Vote
ROME, Mar. 1 (UP)Italian
Premier Alclde de Gasperi will
stake the life of his Christian
Democrat government in a crit-
ical Chamber vote tonight oh
the proposed bill ordering an
inventory of Italy's strategic
The Government barely man-
aged to squeeze through with a
13-vote majority last night in
defeating a Communist demand
that the proposed bill be thrown
The Government actually lost
a vote on the technical question
of how the inventory should be
carried out. A Communist pro-
posal that the inventory be done
by local authorities rather than
tne Confederation of Industry
won by five votes.
Even with the stockpiling bill
out of the way the Government
faces a crucial vote on the de-
fense budget tomorrow. The
Government is asking for an ex-
traordinary appropriation! of
250,000,000,000 lire over and
above the regular military bud-
get to pay for Italy's rearma-
ment committments under the
Atlantic Pact.
Chinese Crew on RP
Ship Stages Sildown
Strike In Limn Bay
CRISTOBAL, March 1 The
414-foot Panamanian ship Orien-
tal Dragon was held In Llmon
Bay today when her Chinese
crew staged a sltdown strike and
refused to sail her to New York.
The crew of 61, with the excep-
tion of only half a dozen, do not
hold passports and will be un-
able to go ashore In New York.
They have registered their pro-
test here with the agents, Wll-
ford & McKay, and said they will
not sail until the passports are
provided so that they can see
New York.
R R. Wilson, Cristobal man-
ager for the shipping agency,
said he had been unable to ob-
I tain the passports locally and
, had promised to air mail the ne-
I cessary papers to New York, but
the crew refused to agree to this
The Oriental Dragon arrived in
Balboa last Monday from Hong
Kong, via Honolulu, and docked
i In Cristobal the following day
for bunkers. She was held here
for an additional day in an at-
' tempt to clear the passport dif-
i ficufty and las night was moved
! to the bay anchorage.
Her crew was able to go ashore
here but they hold: "New York
or nothing."
nd the crisis caused by the le-
lgnatlon of Rene Pleven's mld-
ile of the road cabinet last night,
-idault later announced that he
would try to form a government.
Pleven declined to try to form
a new government because his
wife had taken seriously ill three
days ago and is now under conti-
nuous medical care.
Pleven's resignation marked
the downfall of France's lbth
government since 1944.
Pleven and his cabinet, which
had served for seven months,
submitted their resignations af-
ter unsuccessful efforts to break
a deadlock over proposed reforms
in the French balloting system.
The issue Itself was purely an
internal political affair, but the
resulting crisis had been expect-
ed to delay major decisions In
current conferences here to or-
ganize a European army and es-
tablish a Western European coal-
steel pool.
The cabinet's decision to re-
sign was taken In a two-hour
emergency meeting after the Na-
tional Assembly rejected by 311 to
295 an amendment to an electoral
reform bill which Pleven spon-
The amendment provided that
balloting in the next general
I elections between now and Oc-
tober should take place within a
single day. The Pleven measure
provides for two different ballot-
ing days, a week apart.
Adoption of the amendment
had been considered the last
chance of averting a government
Search for 'Monsoon'
Continues; Vessel
Not Found Yesterday
A communications search was
being made today for the schoon-
ner Monsoon, reported several
days ago to have engine trouble
off Punta Llerena, Panama. No
trace was found yesterday of the
craft by three searching planes
from the First Rescue Squadron.
The Navy is sending out word
to its vessels to watch for the
Monsoon, and Costa Rlcan au-
thorities have been contacted
to determine if the schooner
has put into port.
For the time being, Caribbean
Air Command sources said, the
air search has been discontinu-
ed put will be resumed if it Is
considered necessary.
The Monsoon is known to be
carrying sails and she reported
that she had aboard food and
water for ten days when she
'was sighted by the Steel Arti-
san several days ago. She has
aboard a crew of three.
Little is known locally about
the schooner. The 11th Naval
District reported to the Carib-
bean command that the Mon-
soon had left Coronado, Califor-
nia, but did not give the date.
Her Coast Guard registry Is
She Is listed in the American
Registry of Yachts as an auxi-
liary schooner, having an over-
all length of 44 feet and six
inches, and a beam of 12 feet
six inches. She was built in Los
Angeles In 1926 and is register-
ed in Coronado, California. Her
owner is given as H. Radcllffe.
Russia Agrees
To Preliminary
Big Four Meet
MOSCOW. Mar. 1 (UP)Rus-
sia agreed today to the Western
proposal for a meeting of Brit-
ish, French, United States and
Soviet representatives In Paris
on Monday to lay the ground-
work for the Big Four Foreign
Ministers' conference.
Deputy Foreign Minister An-
drei Gromyko formally accept-
ed the invitations of the three
Western powers in notes handed
to their ambassadors here short-
ly after 2 p. m.
The French embassy said
later it had received applications
lor 17 visas for Russians who
wish to go to Paris.
Collins Foresees
Need For Calling
More Guard Units
Gen J. Lawton Collins. Army
Chief of Staff, told Congress to-
day it is "wholly possible" that
he may be forced to order two
more National Guard Divisions
to active service before the end
of the year.
But he emphasized that there
are no present plans to mobilize
any new National Guard divi-
sions or any major organized re-
serve units before July 1, al-
though "we definitely will call
up" additional smaller units of
both the guard and reserve.
Collins, who made a strong bid
to the House Armed
Committee for approval of an
unrestricted 18-year-old dralt,
did not indicate which Guard di-
visions would be called if tiuch
action should become necessary.
j If the additional guard divi-
sions are called, he said, they will
receive at least 30 days advance
I notice. He said they would be
chosen on the basis of geography
and relative condition.
The Chief of Staff also disclos-
'ed that he personally feels the
armed services may have to raise
their manpower sights beyond
the 3,500,000 man goal set by
President Harry Truman and op-
posed any limitation on sending
18-year-olds overseas.
TOKYO, March 1 (UP) Spearheads of the mighty
100,000 man United Nations army- smashed ahead up to
three and a half miles on a 50-mile front today in the
renewal of the allied "Killer Offensive" in Central Korea.
They seized a mountain village only 31 miles south1
of the 38th parallel, dented the center of the Communist
"no retreat" defense line, and seized hills dominating the
strategic no man's land towns of Yongdu and Hoengsong.
Altogether eight United States and South.Korean divi-
sions and the British Commonwealth brigade hit the Chin-
ese and North Korean Reds along a front stretching from
Yongdu, 35 miles east of Seoul, to the eastern mountains.
* \ *
Chinese Prisoner
Warns Reds Plan
Ail-Out Offensive
Korea, Mar. 1 (UP) A high
ranking Chinese prisoner tak-
en today, told United 8Utes of-
ficers that Red China will
throw 250,000 troops, including
the long missing 3rd Field
Armv, into the most powerful
offensive of the Korean war
this month.
He said the Chinese will sup-
port the attack for the first
time with Russian-built Jet
fighters, so far seen only over
northwest Korea far behind the
fighting front.
He said the Communist ob-
jective will be to smash the
United Nations forces while
they are In attack formations,
break through their ,line Into
southern Korea, and force one
or more "Dunkirk" evacuations.
Ike Makes Surprise
Visit lo London
LONDON. Mar. 1, (UP) Gen-
eral Dwlght D. Eisenhower made
a surprise flight here from Paris
toda" to confer with British ar-
my, navy Tind air force chiefs of
Both United States.and Brltlsa
officials deprecated the "specula-
tion that the North Atlantic Pact
commander's short notice visit
was connected with the furore
over the appointment of a United
States admiral as supreme com-
mander for the Atlantic Ocean.
British defense authorities 3ald
Eisenhower simply wanted lo
make a visit here without fan-
fare "to talk things over In gen-
eral" and confer on the structure
of his new command. It as
pointed out that Eisenhower, does
not wield authority qyer the ap-
pointment of the Atlantic naval
commander, though some observ-
ers thought he might sound cut
the depth of British opinion on
"the affair of the admiral."
United 8tates Marines In the
center of the front ran into the
stlffest Communist re/.sta
They hacked a way across a
bloody mile and a half of strate-
gic mountain ridges west of
Hoengsong with bayonets, gre-
nades and rifles.
The Chinese counterattacked
the Marines on one hill one mile
west of Hoengsohg. The Marinea,
beat them off In hand to hand-
fighting. Allied artillery and
swarms of planes added to th
carnage with bombs, bullets,
rcckets and napalm.
Front line dispatches and the
8th Armv communique gives this
picture of the ground fighting,
from west to east:
United States 1st Cavalry Divi-
sion. Took rugged crest of hill
318 Just south of Yongdu In a;
bayonet attack supported by
United States planes.
British Commonwealth 27t*i
Brigade. British elements ad-
vanced 3000 vards and secure*
hill 527 three- miles southed^H
South Korean 6th Division-J
Pi-shed three and a half mile
northwest and seized hill 426. si*
miles south of Yongdu.
United States 1st Marina Divi-
sion.Advanced one and a half
miles and seized hills one and
two miles west of Hoengsonig
despite strong Communist re-
South Korean 3rd Division..
Advanced 2000 to 3000 vards 1)
to 11 miles southeast of Hoeng-i
United 8tates 2nd Division.-i
Gained almost half a mile in thai
Chuchon River valley north of|
the Hoengsong-Pangnim road.
United States 7th Division and*
South Korean 7th Division. .
Captured Amdong In the east'
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)
'General Mud, Proves Worse
Enemy Than Chinese in Korea
MIGHTY MANEUVER UN tanks form a battle circle In Ko-ca. a maneuver much like that
formed by covered wagons to ward off Indian fh> as a preparatory move,
as the tanks pushed off against the Reds in the UN offensive drive. .
(UP) "General Mud" Is for the
moment giving the Allies more
trouble than the Communists
are. The general, whose reputa-
tion as a "strategist suffered In
the Nazi blitzkrieg of Poland,
may well be in command here for
another month.
The Korean spring rains are
due soon. Unseasonably early
rains broke the ice on the rivers
and melted the snow on the Ko-
rean mountains. The rivers be-
came raging torrents that car-
ried away bridges. Midget Ice-
bergs swept down with the floods
to knock out new bridges and
puncture rubber pontoons.
Highways became quagmires.
Hairpin turns on narrow moun-
tain roads were swept away. Dirt
airstrips became lakes.
Lt. Gen. Edward M. Arnold, ve-
teran of similar mountain wea-
ther handicaps in the Italian
campaign, saw at once that air
drops alone would not sustain
the Allied offensive. He ordered
the use of all "field expedients,"
in the book or out of it.
Colonel Loren A. Ayers, trans-
portation chief of Almond's 10th
Corps, demonstrated "how we
are licking nature."
Flying Boxcars of course pick-
ed up the problem at the outset.
The big cargo planes set up a
I parachute supply line where mud
hampered the army trucks sup-
plying the men In the line.
Ayers pointed to a company of
soldiers struggling desperately to
save a pontoon bridge spanning
the Han river. Engineers were
dynamiting the ice massed a-
gainst the bridge and firing into
the mass with rifles and mach-
lneguns. *
Suddenly the bridge cracked.
Two officers leaped to safety. A
third was swept away with a
pontoon section surrounded by
Ice. A rope was thrown to him
and he was hauled out.
A Jeep pulled up to the river
bank. The driver and his rider
pulled out a tarpaulin, spread it
on top of the water alongside a
weasel, and drove the Jeep on to
the canvas. They tied up the
edges and made a "boat" of the
canvas. Then a weasel towed it
across the river.
Ayers said a two and a half
ton truck could do the same trick
with a canvas tank cover.
Along the road where mud was
over the hubcaps of trucks sol-
diers were letting air out of their
tires. The colonel explained that
gives them more traction in the
Up steep mountain road sup-
plies were being carried by sol-
diers and by natives using Ko-
rean "chigins" or back packs
made of foYked sticks. Ayers said
50.000 civilians were looking for
such pack Jobs.
"The Red Rross will have the)
full support of the Department,
of Defense In the effort to meet
Its 1951 fund campaign goal."
This statement was made recent-
ly in Washington by General
George C. Marshall, Secretary of
General Marshall also said:
"For many years the Red Cross
has been regarded as both the
symbol and the source of aid to
the distressed in great disaster
of peace or war. But never In it
long history has lt faced a larger
test of Its responsibility than lt
does today.
"Vital programs for the Arm-
ed Forces must be rapidly enlarga
to keep peace with our fast-
growing military strength. The
emergency calls specifically for
coordination of a military and
civilian blood supply, the
strengthening of disaster pre-
paredness, and intensification of
first aid and nurse tralnln?.
There Is an ever mounting
ume of essential services wJ^^H
the Red Cross must provide for
" These programs are public
responsibilities and their execu-
tion requires generous support
from the American public."
Halboa Tides
High tow
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Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
New Orleam Freight Service Cnttbt
S.8. Telde ....................................March 5
S.8. Lm Playa .................................Mmrch 9
8.8. Fiador Knot ...........................--.. March 13
A Steam?r ....................................TWarch 2
8.8. Levers Bend .............................March 2d
A Steamer .....................................April 3
Handling Refrigerated Chilled
and General Carra-
iew York Freight Service Crittbar
S.S. Cape Cod ................................March 3
S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................March 11
8.8. Cape Ann ..................................Mar. 11
S.S.' Cape Avinof...........,..................March IS
Havana Freight Service
Sailings Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly sailings to New York. Los Angeles and Seattle
Occasional sailings lb Ne* Orleans and Mobile.
rhe steamers in this service arc limited to twelve passengers.
frequent Sailings from Cristobal to
West Coast of Central America
Crtitobai 2121
Panama 2-2804
Coln 20
Shipping & AirLine News
Fearful Britisher
Eyes All Women In
Search for Godiva
LONDON. March 1. (CODThe
Teller is afraid he's going to get
his face slapped one of these
days lor asking a woman If she'd
like to ride bare and bareback
through the streets of Coventry.
Teller is a Civil Service work-
er with the odd task of finding
a 1S81 counterpart of Lady Oo-
dlva, the gorgeous girl who had
the famous last word In an argu-
ment with her husband.
Oodlva had a frightful row
with her husbaned. Leofrlc. who
owned Coventry. He levied very
severe taxes and Oodlva object-
ed He finally promised to re-
duce them if she'd ride nude on
a horse through the street* of
Coventry. She did and he did.
Now she's revered by women all
over Britain.
' Teller has to find a modern
Lady Oodlva to reenact the fam-
ous ride June 23 In observance
or the 7Q0th anniversary of the
original canter.
' He promised, however, that
the 1061 model would not have
t* ride nude. She may wear a
few bits and pieces here and
there. In addition to a long wig.
Oodlva had only her tresses to
keep her warm.
The girl Teller is looking for
will ride side-saddle, although
folks in Coventry arguttbltterly
over whether Godiva rolle like a
lady or astride. No one has been
able to solve that one satisfac-
A nationwide appeal has been
sent out for a girl to portray
"The response has been most
gratifying," Teller said. "I don't
know if it's the idea of kicking
against Income tax or the fact
that there are no wardrobe prob-
lems, but we've had scores of
implications. Some are from fat
women and some from lean.
Some are tall, some are small.
. "They have only one thing In
*c< ramon. They're women."
Teller hopes to find the right
;a;rl soon. He finds himself eve-
ling paasersby. bus riders, coun-
ter clerks and all sorts of girls.
; "What are you staring at?"
.one woman demanded.
"I was wondering how you'
British Experiment
Operates 'Copters'
Off Merchant Ships
LONDON. Mar. 1 (UP) A. H.
practicability of operating hell-
copters from merchant ships is
being investigated by Britain's
Royal Navy in a series of trials In
the English Channel. The trials
are designed to determine the
extent It may be possible to use
this type of aircraft when oper-
ated from a small platform in
both fair and foul weather. Fine
weother trials have been success-
fully completed and rough wea-
ther trials are taking place at the
time of writing. It is conceivable
that the helicopter may In future
be used on a large scale for air-
sea rescue, lnter-communlcatlon
between ships and a variety of
other purposes.
The 38-year-old. 175-foot for-
mer light-ship Samson cleared
Balboa late Tuesday after an 18-
day trip from Miami, part of
which was made In tow of the
Panam Canal tug Taboga.
Samson, the former Ivy, left
Miami Feb. 9, after she had been
laid up for 18 months. She had
been purchased by 27-vear-old
Alfonso Pardo, a Peruvian and
was en route to Callao, in bal-
last. Aboard were Pardo, his
young Cuban wife, a guest, Wil-
liam T. Brady, and a crew of 18,
mlxejd North Americans and Pe-
Near Providence Island, Pardo
found his fuel running low. He
put into New Providence and, un-
able to get oil there, moved to San
Andrs, where he was also un-
able to get fuel, but did get Das-
sage for himself and his wife to
On the isthmus he could find
neither drums to send back to the
Samson the needed 5,000 gallons,
nor a ship to carry the oil In her
It was then learned that the
Panam Canal tug Taboga was
headed back to the Zone from
Florida, where she had towed the
disabled fruit ship Manabl, so the
Taboga was diverted into San
Andrs. She could not get along-
side the Samson, because of shal-
pw water, and sufficient oil was
Hghtered to the Samson to start
her engines and enable her to
move into deeper water where the
Taboga could affix a tow line
The two vessels left San Andrs
{ Saturday and reached Cris-
tobal early Monday morning.
Samson oiled here, transited
Tuesday and cleared Balboa
Tuesday night.
yesterday because of a full canal.
-...teen ships were northbound
and 12 made the southbound
transit, under the direction of
Canal pilots.
The official day's total was 11
northbound and 10 southbound
would look as Lady Oodlva."
Teller murdered.
The hand was almost quicker
than the eye, but Teller ducked
Just In time. The woman's urn-
biclla cut only the air.
It's Triple Strength
Loosens Things Up
It's differentIts faster In action
it's compounded! on superior, medical
fact findings never before heard of
in this country.
duck ley's Conodiol Mixtura (tripla
strength) is the name oJMhis amaz-
ing cough and cold prescription that
"octs like o flash" yet is so pure and
free trom harmful drugs that o child
con take it..end stop coughing.
One little sip and the ordinary
cough is gone o few doses ond
that tough old hong on cough U
heard no more it's realty won-
derful to watch how speedily bod.
lingering colds ore put out of busi-
Right away thot tightness loosens
up..the bronchiol passages clear.,
you're on your toei again, .happy and
breathing easier. Get o bottle of
Buckley's Canadiol Mixture today.
One Plane
PA.A ,and Chicago and South-
ern Airlines yesterday announced
an equipment interchange agree-
ment which would permit
through, one-plane service be-
tween Chicago. 8t. Louis and
M"flco City, via Houston.
The agreement provides that
Chicago and Southern Constel-
lations may be operated by PAA
rrom Houston to Mexico City and
that clippers of Pan-American
may flv Into Chicago with Chica-
go and Southern crews
tK #n., plan' according to
the official announcement, calls
for one round-trio a day with a
tion So'rthern Constella-
For Cristobal
A total of 78 passer"er. re
scheduled to arrive on the Isth-
mus Monday on the 8.S. Pana-
m, according to the advanc
passenger list from the Panam
Line offices at Balboa Heights.
The complete advance list fol-
Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Apple-
ton, Mrs. Clara A. Barber, Dr.
Stanley Bardecul, Roy M. Bettis,
Mrs. Marcella Bradley, Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence F. Bushong and
two children, William V. Butler,
Dr Walter Clark. Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Clark, Jr., Mr! and
Mrs. Allan D. Converse, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank L. Cunningham.
Mrs. Ester D. Daubln and two
children, CharlotteJMrlam, Kath-
erlne Faxon, Mr. arid Mrs. Frank
Flumach and four crilldren. Geor-
gette Faxon, Alfrei Gloss. Mr
and Mrs. A. F. Qoll>Mr_.Jinlly
Griffin and daughter. MrTAlber-
ta E. Grover, and SFC Harry G
James P. Hayman, James Ju-
lian-, Mrs. Fred R. Jennings. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Koplln, Mrs. Jose-
fina D. Leonard and daughter,
Joseph J. Lukacs, Mr. and Mrs F.
J. Maguire, Mrs. Clara Melslnger
and Frederick Meisenger, and Mr
and Mrs. Robert Olmstead.
.Mr; and Mrs. Amadeo Parlne,
Ella L. Pease, Mrs. Wllma Poole,
PFC Herman Presley, Mr. and
Mrs. John Sadowskl and son,
Paul H. Shacklett, Fred G. Siger-
ist, Gerson Stein, Daniel J. Sulli-
van, and Mrs. Edith M. Sparks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Van Der
Heyden and daughter, Mrs. H. R.
Vreeland, Harry C. Walbridge,
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Weiss, Mr
and Mrs. Joseoh P. Whitaker,
PFC Edward Wilson, Mr. and Mrs
Charles T. Witt, Mrs. Estele B
Young, and Miss Clara A. Zap-
ponl. r
What, Livernere?
MMtvV Suppose!.
might Do BOTH
Full Canal
thIhoT.J,rh,p8 Tre le/t waltlnK in
tne outer anchorage at Balboa
By AppoiatnMM
Cia DtiUera
to H.M. Kit* Caeca* VI \
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The speedy and convenient
trip you've always dream-
ed about Customs in-
spections in New York
only superior air con-
ditioning and pressuriza-
tion control assures your
COMFORT from take off
to .landing.
Infantry Honors
9 Men With Awards
For Achievement
Nine first three graders of the
First Battalion, 33rd Infantry
received certificates of achieve-
ment at a recent battalion pa-
rade on the Ft. Kdbbe airstrip.
The awards were signed bv
Geenral Ray E. Porter, Com-
manding General, USARCARIB
and were "...For superior per-
formance of duty from Novem-
ber 1949, to December 1950." I.t.
Col. George L. Mabry, Battalion
Commander, made the presen:*-
tlons in the General's behalf.
Those receiving awards were:
M-Sgt. Perry and Sfc. Owen, of
Company A; M-Sgt. Buziard and
Sfc. Smith, of Company B; M-
Sgt. Hurst and 8fc. Cross, of
Company C; Sfc. Gardner, Sfc.
Grcenstreet and Sgt. Kilbrlde, of
Hq. Company.
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You are doubly ture o relief
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to offset excess gastric acidity, to
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month with relatives there be-
fore going to their new home in
Washington, DC.
Birthday Dinner
for Miss Powell
Miss Celeste Powell was honor-
ed on her 18th birthday anniver-
sary by a group of her friends
who arranged a surprise, no-host
dinner for her at the Hotel Tlvoll.
The party Included the Mie*
Joan Sprague. Beth Loclcridge,
Margaret Rlter. Colla Ooodwin,
Elieen Joyce. Caroline Smousc,
Frances Dwyer. Mary Marlin,
Gayle McDonald and aPt Walker.
Recent Arrival
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laval'.ee
of Curundu Heights have as their
house guest her mother. Mrs.
Harrison E. Ivey. who arrived re-
cently from her home In Atlanta,
Georgia, for a visit with them.
Meeting of Morning Guild
The Morning Guild of St
Luke's Cathedral Is being start-
ed again and the first meeting
will be held Friday morning; at
9 In the Deanery. All women of
the parish are cordially Invited
to the meeting.
BRIDE TO BEColonel and Mrs. Theodore L. Flnley of
Herrick Heights recently announced the engagement of
their daughter. Hazel AHeen, to Rob Royce Bunch, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Marion E. Bunch of St. Louis, Missouri.
Miss Finley is a Junior at Washington University School
of Fine Arts in St. Louis. She is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority. Her fiance Is a Junior in the Washington
University Medical School, St. Louis. His fraternities are
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Su Sigma Nu.
The engagement was revealed recently to a few close
friends at a luncheon at the St. Louis home of Miss Fin-
ley's gradmother, Mrs. Walter E. Bamber, with whom she
Is residing while attending college.
O.E.S. Card Party
to Benefit Polio Fund
Orchid Chapter No. 1. OES.,
will hold a card party Friday at
, 7:30 p.m. at the Scottish Rite
Temple in Balboa to raise money
for the Polio Fund. Tickets are
i $1.00 and there will be door and
table prizes. The public Is invit-
ed. Those wishing tickets or ta-
ble reservations are asked to te-
lenhone to Mrs. Walling, Balboa
1473 Mrs. Wolford, Balboa 3173,
or Mrs. Herman, Balboa 3502.
Dinner at Chinese Legation
This Evening
The Minister of China to Pan-
ama. Dr. Cheng Chen-Yu, Is en-
tertaining at dinner tonight at
the Legation In honor of the
commander-ln-chlef Caribbean
Command, Lt. General Wlllinm
H. H. Morris, Jr.. and Mrs. Mor-
ris and the commanding general
Caribbean Air Command. Briga-
dier Geenral Emll C. Kiel and
Mrs. Kiel.
Dinner at Union Club
Honors Dr. Gaitan
The Ambassador of Colombia
to Panama. Dr. Gonzalo Gaitun,
who la a member of the Colom-
bian Academy of Jurisprudence,
was given a farewell dinner nT
the Union Club last evening by
a group of Panamanians who are
members of the Academy.
Those who gave the dinner
were: Dr. Harmodlo Arias a'-.d
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, former
president* of Panama, Dr. D-
maso A. Cervera, Dr. Miguel A.
Grlmaldo Bernal, Dr. Manuel A.
Herrera Lara, and Dr. Jose D.
Ambassador Colomo Silva
at Hotel El Panama
The Ambassador of Ecuador,
Cesar Colomo Silva, who is leav-
ing soon for his- new post in
Rome, has moved from the Em-
bassy to Hotel El Panama, where
he will be until his. departure.
Styles-Benny Wedding Date
Set for March 8
The marriage of Miss Marie
Oenevleve Benny, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Benny
of Balboa, to John Thomas Styles,
son of Mrs. Mabel Styles and the
late Mr. Styles of Los Angelas,
California, wiU take place Thurs-
day evening, the eighth of Maicn.
at six thirty o'clock in Sacred
Heart Chapel Hall, Ancon.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny are giving
a wedding reception In the ball-
room of the Hotel Tlvoll immedi-
ately following the marriage
rervlce. No Invitations are being
Issued and all friends of the bride
ard groom are invited to :he
wedding and to the reception.
Marriage Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wolf at th
of Inglewood, California, former
residents of the Canal Zone, an-
nounce the coming marriage of
their daughter, Beatrice Marie,
tc Poss Barnett Congable, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Conga-
ble of Curundu.
Mis Wolfarth is a graduate of
Balboa High School and has re-
sided on the Isthmus most of her
life She returned here recently
and Is now with her aunt, Mrs.
Beatrice W. O'Neill at Curundu
Heights. She is a grand daugh-
ter of Mrs. Anna Weston of Bal-
Mr. Congable was educated at
H.-.rmony. Oklahoma and ras
lived on the Canal Zone for the
past six years. He is employed by
the Inter-American Geodetic
Farewell Dinner
for Miss Glisson
A group of friends gave a no
host dinner at Hotel El Pana;na
Tuesday evening for Miss Janet
Glisson of the Naval Ammunition
Depot, who is leaving soon for tne
United States. Present, with the
guest of honor were: Mrs. Levis
Barker. Miss Helen Cleveland,
Mr.-. George Anderson. Mrs. Le.vis
Cooper, Mrs. A. J. Balfour. Mrs.
Andrew Kinghorn and Mrs. Albert
Do vs.
Miss Thomas Honored
at Bridal Shower
Mrs. Gayle Fortner and Miss
Ruth Balschun were co-hostesses
at a linen shower given at the
home of Miss Balschun at Ancon
on Sunday afternoon. The guer.t
vt honor was Miss Clara Thomas,
whose forthcoming marriage to
Mr. Claude Preston will take
place April 6 at Toledo, Wash-
ington. '
Guests present were: Mrs. Cy-
ril Beall. Mrs. J. Fred Balschun,
Mrs. Guy Thomas. Mrs. Kathei-
ine Melanson and the Misses
Lorraine Terry, Betty Newlin,
Carrie Frensley, Linda Appin,
Lyn Robb, Marisabel Davis. Ed-
na McArthur and Ruth McAr-
Notice to Members
Of All Star Circle
The All Star Circle will meet at
the Scottish Rite Temple at 1
p.m. Wednesday. Members are
requested to bring to the meeting
articles for the coming rummage
Glamorous Rita
In Cairo; Promises
To Visit US 'Soon'
CAIRO. Egypt, March 1 (UP>
Rita Hayworth arrived in Cairo
yesterday after a trip through
Africa with her husband. Prince
Alv Khan, and announced that
she will visit the United State*
The glamorous Rita, wearing
a tight yellow sweater, a beige
tweed skirt and saddle shoes,
denied reports that she was ex-
pecting another child. A barrage
of such reports greeted her soon
after she checked In at the
luxurious Semlramis Hotel. She
was not accompanied by her
"Aly was held up in Nairobi."
she said. "He will catch ud with
me at Cannes ion the French
Riviera i as soon as he Is able to
She said she wants to go to
the United States soon, but did
not plan to appear in any new
movies at the present time. The
date of departure for America
has not been set. she added.
Rita said she would sail from
Alexandria tomorrow for Italy
and then will travel to Cannes
to join her daughters. Rebecca
Welles, and Yasmlne* who was
born Dec. 28. 1949. Rebecca was
born while she was married to
actor Orson Welles.
The dancing star, sporting a
healthy tan. said she enjoyed
' beyond words'' her African trip
with Aly.
She said she accompanied him
on all official functions In East.
Africa, but did not take part In
In-, shooting safaris Into the
Defense Officials Sure Army
To Have 24 Divis ions by July
Dr. and Mrs. Courtney
Leave for California
After a residence here of sev-
eral years, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth
O. Courtney and their children,
John and Joanna, left yesterday
for California. They will spend a
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Phones: 2-1830 It 2-1833
Defense officials are confident
the United Btates' planned army
strength of about 1,500,000 men
and the equivalent of 24 or more
divisions can be reached by nxt
JuW l.
Since the outbreak of the Ko-
rean war the Army has doubled
its manpower. Increasing from
about 600.000 to nearly 1,200,000
o'"cersand men.
The planned Army will have
18 or more full-strength divi-
sions, eight regimental combat
teams or the equivalent of six di-
visions, and numerous smaller
combat outfits such as antiair-
craft and engineer battalions
and companies. Most of these will
not get all their equipment for a
year or so. They will have to wait
till war plants can turn out the
necessary tanks, guns and other
military equipment.
The divisions will probably in-
clude about 13 infantry, three or
four armored and two or thr*;e
War-strength Infantry divi-
sions have about 19,000 officers
and men. armored divisions about
16.OOO and airborne divisions a-
bout 14,000. A regimental com-
bat team numbers about 6.000.
Starting with 10 understrength
divisions last July 1 five In the
United States, four in Japan and
one !n Germany the Army has
now built up to 18 divisions of
varying strengths. At least three I
regiments have been added to ti:e
undisclosed number of pre-Ko-
rean ones.
The Army has got all the draft-
ees 290.000 through Januaty.
More are being-inducted at a rate
of 80,000 a month. The Army has I
called up about 234,000 National j
Guardsmen and Reservists. This
mobilization has includde six
Guard divisions, two regimental
combat teams and more than
1080 battalions and companies.
The more than 780 Reserve
units called up had 26.000 officers
and men. In addition about 90-
000 individual reserves have been
activated. An undisclosed num-
ber of other small Guard and
Reserve units will also be called
up liter.
If the world situation does not
worsen it is planned to return
these reserves and guardsmen to ;
civilian life after about two years
Whatever period Congress sets
for the draft. Guard divisions will
remain on active duty however
with the places of #uardamen
taken by draftees or volunteers. I
The divisions may be redeslgna- I
ted as part of the Regular Army. |
The Army now has In Korea '
six divisions 1st Cavalry (In-1
fantry), 2nd, 3rd. 7th, 24th and!
25th Infantry division and an
undisclosed number of extra re-
giments and smaller outfits.
In Germany there are the 1st \
Infantry Division, the Constaoul-
ary which is being converted to
an armored combat division, and 1
the recently activated 6th Infar.- 1
try. A regiment also Is maintain- '
ed in Trieste and 10,000 soldiers
are in Austria.
For the time beintf the six na-
tional Guard divisions and two
regiments are being kept in the
United States. Some may be sent j
to Europe later. These Guard
outfits are being used to train
draftees and recruits now being'
sent to Korea to bring divisions I
there up to full strength.
Some Guard units smaller thun
a division inslze have been sen'.
to MacArthur's Far East Com-
mand. But no Guard divisions I
nor Individual guardsmen have I
been seln out of the United States
so far.
The 4th Infantry and another
division probably the 2nd Ar-
mored are slated for ea-ly
shipment to Germany to augment
Geoicral Dwight D. Eisenhower's
Western European Army. No de-
cision has been reached on whe-
ther Elsenhower will be given the ;
other two United States divisions
promised him.
The 82nd Airborne is the only
division remaining in the United
States which is at full strengin
and a high degree of comoat
training. It may be kept here for
that, very reason.
Other divisions in the United
States have been stripped heavi-
ly to provide soldiers for divisions
righting in Korea.
To get nearer to a war footing
: the 7th Army has been reactlva-
j ted tn Germany and the 8th and
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Marriage Licenses
THOMAS. John Joseph. 21, of
Fort Clayton, formerly of Scran-
ton, Pa., to SINGLEY, Blanche
Eleanor, 18, of Las Cumbres.
EBERENZ, Mr .and Mrs. David
A of Coco Solo, daughter, Feb.
26, Colon Hospital.
KING, Mr. and Mrss Louis W..
of Silver City, soii', Feb. 26, Colon
PEREZ, Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo,
of Panam, son. Feb. 27, Gorgas
GORDON. Mr. and Mrs. Vin-
cent, of Panam, son, Feb. 27,
Gorgas Hospital.
HAYWOOD, Oscar, 84, of Pan-
ama. Feb. 27. Gorgas Hosoltal.
GITTENS. Thomas, 71, of Pan-
am, Feb. 27, Gorgas Hjjapltal.
Attempt To Close
Plane Door Costs
Life Of Copilot .
DALLAS. Mar. 1 (UPi Jo-
seph RH. Dowd, co-pllot of a
Denver-bound airliner, fell to jt
his death early today while try- "1
Ing to close a rear door whlcl f
had come ajar.
A spokesman for Pioneer Air-
lines here said Dowd disappear-
ed from the DC-3 plane as 1*
flew about 45 miles north of I
Amarillo, near the community ]
of Exell. Officers from Amarillo
launched a search for Dowd's
The plane was carrying 20
air force men on a military
charter flight from Lackland
air base, San Antonio, to Den-
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Civil Defense Head Warns
VFW Preparedness Needed
A. A. Hannberg, the VFW. Ci-
vil Defense Liaison officer for the
Canal Zone received a report last
night from the Emergency Civil
Defense Conference held in
Washington, DC. on Feb. 15 and
Civil Defense Director Millard
Caldwell. former Governor of
Florida, reported to the V.F.W. of-
ficials on the progress of the Fed-
eral Civil Defense Administration
and what Is expected of the A-
merlcan people. He also called on
organizational support in defense
organization efforts. Caldwell
minced no words when he amin-
ously warned that "the Russians
are in the position, this morning.
to atom-bomb any one or more of
the 15 or 17 large American cities, |
and there Is absolutely nothing
anv of you can do about it."
Working on the premise that
Russia, if the Kremlin so desired,
could bomb us at will, Caldwell
said, "We must be safe .and pre-
pare for any eventualltv." The
civil population must "take out
some insurance." he said, "for it
will mean the difference between
living and dying. If we are pre-
pared and know the simple
things we can do In the event of
an A-bomb attack, the civilian
population can save a great many
Uves," he declared.
He said that the V.F.W. has a
major, tough responsibility In
Setting the public into a mood
or taking defense training. It's
strictly a volunteer project, and
It's going to be a tough problem,
he reminded. Caldwell emphasiz-
ed the great necessity for speed
in preparing for atomic attack
He stressed the point that Civil
Defense should be taught on the
Post level of the V.F.W. Post
members should be educated In i
the basle ideas and preparations
"Veterans groups are the best
equipped for Civil Defense due to
their military training and ex-
perience." he said.
Russian Seizure
01 Japanese Isles
Disclosed by Dulles
Ambassador John Foster Dnlies
; protested Russian seizure of the
Habomai Island group just off
the coast of Japan and other
sources said the United 8tat-s
eventually may challenge tiie
[ Kremlin to give them up.
Dulles, just back from the Far
East where he discussed a Jap-
anese peace treaty, told a .news
conference the Soviets originally
moved into the islands on the
pretext they were part of the Ku-
rlle Islands which went to Ru-
sia under the wartime Yalta a-
The ambassadors said the Ha-
bomais were not included, how-
ever, and that the United Sta'es
does not recognize the seizure.
The Islands are east of Kokkal-
do, northwest island of Japan
Russia also has occupied the
Shikotan Island group northeast
of Habomai. While Dulles did not
mention the fact, other soureea
said the United States someday
may call on Russia to give up
both groups of Islands.
Dulles said flatly, however,
that any Japanese peace trea.y
which is finally worked out by
the Pacific Allies will not assi-n
the Habomals to Russia. Nor will
the Kuriles and South Sakhalin
be assigned to the Soviet unless
they sign the treaty, he added.
The CD chief said that all na-
tional organizations have been
asked to teach their groups and
families how to save Uves. An aid
will be provided through the dis-
tribution of wall-placards and
pocket cards telling what Imme-
diate action should be taken in
the event of an attack. Signs,
symbols and audio-signals to be
used are Usted on the printed
material. "We might as well pull
our heads out of the sand, face
up to the facts and do something
calmly and sensible. We are
deadly In earnest about Civil De-
fense," Caldwell concluded.
Dean of Composers
Says Arts Can Be
Spiritual Bridge
SARASOTA, Fla., Mar. 1, (UP)
John Alden Carpenter, the
dean of American composers who
observed his 75th birthday today,
advised young composers not to
fiive up easily but "don't expect
to earn any money."
Carpenter, who is recovering
from a serious illness. handed
down The advice to youngsters as j
he sat up in bed listening to the :
"world" play his music. The;
Voice of America, the British
Broadcasting Corp.. American
networks and scores of orchc;-
tras paid him this tribute on his '
birthday anniversary.
Ho declined to see anyone ex-
cept his long time friend, D.\ .
Carlton Smith, director of the
National Arts Foundation,!
through whom he answered sev-
eral questions. Dr. Smith pre-
sented him with the foundation's
award of merit yesterday.
"This is a trying and difficult
time for all of us," he said. "We
live in fear fear of today and ,
tomorrow. The best many of us I
artists can do today is to sharp- .
en our tools. In short make pro- '
gress in technique."
"What we need Is greater cour- ,
age and greater vision to grasp
the position of leadership now j
taken by scientists and political
"The day of American leader- ]
'hip has dawned.'' he said. "It s j
ecognized in the military and 1
economic spheres but it Is nee--s-
tary for us to be spiritual leaders
as well.
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THUftSDA*. MARCH I. lit]
Balboa Seeks Seventh Straight victory Tonight
Brewers Meet Kiimniieat.
Cristobal Beats Diablo
Most Players Sign To Meet Today's Deadline
tftOfrit PRESENTATION At a crCtony held recently
t the field position of "Abl'e" Battery. 7Mth AAA Battalion.
i. Colonel Thomas M. Lamer i right i. Commanding officer
Of the Battalion, presented a basketball trophy to Sergeant
Manuel -Mahon" Gmale*. Sgt. GonAlez. Who played tor
the Battalion basketball team. was the high scorer Ih the
Natidnal League of the V. S, Arm* Caribbean (Panama Areai
Basketball Tournament. .
(Offieigi r.s. km) phot)
Atlantic Sector | Spring Training Officially
Leads USArcarlb Dec/wred Undefu.aV Today
Golf Tournament

Yen ran out f finger* trying to point ft here the guilt
? lies in the basketball seafidl*. S itfant mu#l share IH* nui. The
' olleie themselves, the promoter, the eouehes. the players, even
^ the sports writers.
You must start with the colleges because that's where the
infection first appeared. They embraced commercialism and Know-
ingly encourages overemphasis of hat is essentially A minor
sport. They sugar-coated the pill with trie explanation that play
in commercial arenas enabled alumni and Students to cheer the
elc school tie ih grefltet numbers and Was a thoughtful
gesture, artfully contrived, which yielded rich dividends.
Ned Irish made college basketball big time when he enticed
it from the campus to Madison Square Garden, a bright idea by
a young, ambitious promoter. It was an overnight seess, and
some years later the stockholders were to atihOUnce phths, fdr
g newer", bigger Garden uptown.
A the schedule expanded and attendance mounted. Irish's
idea was to grow into a Frankenstein and because it attained
CD proportions so quickly the youha promoter Was sooti to find
tee aspeis of itthe moral aspectsunmanageable. As a safe-
ard he created a soft of house militia, an antl-gambilng sol-
The enlarged Garden pdlice force Was impressive. It had the
I fleet of eliminating open betting which was an accomplishment.
But here IrlsH's efforts to keep the sport clean seemed to have
elided. Ugly rilmors persisted. There had been previous disclosures
df corruptions. Fixers had been Jailed. There was every reason to
Be constant y alert
No one Could have been more aware of the dangers which
beset the sport than irish, Who grew up with it, reamed ho.v
readily It lent itself to the fix and knew from observation and
experience the type of scum the gambling possibilities attracted.
Ttt mere is no evidence he went beyond policing the Garden.
If Irish ever called On the DA's office for co-operationand
keep in mind this crookedness has been going on for years
I never heard of it only recently1 Irish arrogantly expressed the
belief that the DA didn't know what he was talking about. As for
newspaper references to rumors of malpractices, they were "ex-
Irish's attitude seems to have been that his responsibility td
the public began and ended in the Garden. When a team took
tne lloor he had to assume It was utitaifitea. The moral conduct
f the players was the coaches' concern, not his. That's one way
to look at it. Another way is tne baseball approach.
The commissioner, as head of baseball, check* the activities
f players off lh field. Even crank letter* repotting alleged trans-
Iliesslons are Investigated. As the head of basketball, which he
Iterally is, since he conducts a monopoly, Irish should have had
hi- own private Investigators.
thk rnfcss kicftED one, too
It has been common gossip In New Yotk for months that the
trig Dooks would take no bets on College basketball teams playing
Ih the Garden. Irish must have known this. Yet there Is no rec-
ord that he made any effort to learn the reason why. The coaches
must have known it. too. LIU has beeri long suspect. The surprise
Was that the City College scandal broke first. Where Irish ap-
parently depended on the coaches to keep the players pure, the
Coaches, in turn, resorted to dreamy hopes and sublime optimism.
No, I can't let them down that easy. If they didn't know, for
ture, there were times when they had to have very definite sus-
picions. It Was always the stars who were doing the dumping and
you will note none of these stars were ever taken off the team or
even benched. The coaches had to win. Their colleges had gone
big time a net their own salaries, once modest, but now running
lino five figures, had to be justified. They simply refused to be-
lieve what they saw. ^
- I will dismiss the players briefly. They were presented with
temptations which could not have existed if the games had re-
Bained on the campus and they lacked the moral guts to reject
hem. I have little sympathy for them. I prefer to believe ant
bherently decent young man. no matter what his background,
would have spurned the dirty money.
How remiss were the sports writers in not detecting the cor-
ruption with their usually sensitive nostrils before it broke in the
prosecutor's office? One excuse Is the law of libel. Another is that
ftoy, not being professionals, were inclined to go along with
, plausible explanations of off nights and such. A eoach ean be
Mpre? persuasive than a Bella and few of our yourit men are
BT equal social terms with the Sollazzos. Nevertheless, it all add
p to lack of enterprise and we were derelict, too. Only District
ttorney Frank Hogan rates a star.
The third of four elghteen-hdle
rounds of ol in the 1S51 W; 8.
Army Caribbean Golf tournament
Xas completed. Wednesday at Ft.
mador with 5 of the 56 start-
ers finishing. Capt. Harold Sharp
of the COroaai team was unable
to c'bmptfte because of military
duties but will tour th Amador
course twice todav to catch up
with his competitors.
Atlantic Sector retained the
lead in team standings with 943
fbr the 54 holes already played
With Fort Amador trailing wltH
gll. The Tost of Cprofel was in
third place With 977, 65th AAA
Group904, 93rd infantry Regi-
ment-095. 7461st Signal1029,
4gth Cavalry1056 and the 50*th
FA. Bn. in last place with 1133.
The Corowi score Is an approx-
imation because of Capt. Sharp's
unfinished round. Hi* average
plus one stroke Was used to com-
pute tHP store.
Individual medalist for Wed-
nesdays play was Lt. Sawyer of
the 65th Group.
Low individual for the 84 holes
was Sgt. Ktilikowskl of Atlantic
Sector with m with a three-way
tie fdr second. Maior Phillips,
Ma lor Havden and Captain Zllkie
each requiring 236 bloWs. Capt.
Sharp has a fine chance to slip
irito second Place, however. If he
can shoot a 7b or better on the
next 18.
Highlight of Tuesday's match
at Fort Davis Was Sgt. Brown's
hole ih one dn the 240-yard pat-
three seventh hole. special
award not decided upon will be
presented to him for that feat.
Brown is representing the 69th
AAA Group.
The final 18 holes Will be played
today (Thursdayi with tee off
time at 9:00 a.m. at Fort Amador.
Nine teams will begin on the first
tee with the remaining nil oh
Bf United Press
laseball's unsigned Players picked up their pens yes-
terday so they would be ble to pick up fheir belts today
There was flurry of lote contract signing* as the
March 1 deadline neared fdr II players to report at the
various training bases.
New YttrE Yankee catcher Rlght-hafldet George "Red"
Latry Berta led the parade of last i Munger also came to term"
minute Signets. Yankee officials Muhget, Who wbn seven arid lost
at the training cmp in Phoenix, eight fbr the St. LoUlS Cardinals
AHzdfia sky Berra has agreed to last year. Is believed t Hate tsjt-
terms and will report today.! en a cut from his estimated 117,-
TerrfiS of flir'ra's contract were; 000 salary last seksbli.
not revealed but it is estimated seeonfl Beserhan BiHV Hitch-
he signed for $30.0W The hard- sock signed With the Philadelphia
hitting backstoo returned two, A's. Infieider Tddfl Dat-ISone of
$29.000 offers uhslfcned. Berra tHt! A'S still ithSigred84*". wotfl
was believed to be asking 140,000. to the West Palm Beaeh, Florida,
Washington Third Ba"*f>n I eamn that his automobile and all
Eddie Yost also beat the dead-i his baseball equipment had been
line. Yost okayed a lfl.oWl con- stolen. Davis sats that has de-
tract $7,000 more than he re-1 iaed him ffbm leaving his Glen-
ceiVed In 1990. PecBrtri HaseW-n dale. California, home,
Casa Michae'S also got in ahder i On the pis' big field, the
the gun by signing for 914,000 Cardinals tun blttrrtan Mh-
the same as last year.
The Pittsburgh Piratei have
redtfeed the Mat of unsigned rMv-
ers to three by getting the Signa-
ture ef Outfielder Gus Be'l. Pitch-
ers Vernoh Law and Vic Lom-
bard! and Third Baseman Bob
Diliinger are the only unsigned
The National I cam* cham-
pion Philadelphia Phils signed
Third Basiman Willie iones to
*H Mfifttatof) **3." !*'"'
PIlrHm Bubba (hiirili fetid
Mo Candlnl are the only Phils
still unsigned.
Army Sports
FORT KoBBfc. C.2. for
iee wirn ine remaining nine on .. *. T Li4i. ,n
No 10 Presentation of Wards by ho LVLW.^ XllXl .11
Col. Griswold of Headquarters,
USARCARIB. Will be made In the
Amador Clubhouse following th*
last match.
Panam Scores 44
Win Over Nicaragua
In Soccer Tourney
Panam scored her second
straight win In the Fifth central
American Soecer Championship
by defeating-Nicaragua 4-0 last
nieht before a fair slaed crowd at
the Panam Olympic Stadium.
Previously. Panam beat Costa
Ricathe only other team play-
ing in the riresent turheyby a
score of 2-0.
Tomorrow night the second
half begins. Panam is the Win-
ner of the first half. Costa Rlc
fleets Panam tomorrow night at
he Olympic Stadium.
sHUarrived at St. Peierstrarg
yesterday and nroftiptly MM-
4 several pitches over the
rieht field fenee.
'It feels great to start, another
trairitner season," Musil said.
Outfielder Jdhnnv Wvrostek
sn ln'lilder Ctmriie Ryan are
the only two Platers mls*m>
from the Cincinnati camp at
Tamna. Ficflda. vVyroslek has
signed for i95l and Is wnie?ei ep
route td camp. Hvan Is the club's
Onl* ho'dottt.
First Basems
holenut Thltd
r on Bodies ana
laseman Billy Got
The World's Best Values
Found in the World Famous
AI Joyce, Rifle Manager of the
Balboa Gun Club announces that
there will be a 30-06 rifle me.ich
Sunday at 9 a.m. at Far Fan over
the DCM course of fire. This will
be the regular qualification
match, but it has an unusual im-
portance for local shooters, as it
Will be followed in two weeks, art
March 18. by the first 30-08 team
match of the year to be sponsor-
ed by the C.Z.S.A.
Sunday's competition will not
only Involve competltlonfor th?
prizes to be awarded, but will al-
so see shooters competing for
places on their various club
teams, The Balboa Gun Club and
the Albrook-Gurundu Gun Club
team captains have already an-
nounced that the plan to pirk
their teams for the big go-around
on the basis of the scores ma.le
Sunday Other clubs may well
make use of the same opportuni-
Al Joyce requests that other
flubs bring their own amnv.i'i'-
lon as the supply of 30-06 in
B* Balboa Gun Club vaults is
"low low" as our West Indian
frl?nds would say.
The location of the C.ZSA.
team match has hot vet been de-
finitely decided The present
fehanipions. Who last year retired
the Schenley Trophy, are !!->
45th Cavalry team. Regrettab y.
they w ill not be able to compete
this vear because of prior com-
mitments The Balboa Gun Club,
the Marine Barracks Gun Club
and the Aibrook-Curundu Gun
Club will definitely have teams
On the firing line for this match.
The oeation of the match wll
depend on the number of en:res.
and the availability of Empire a-
fnong other things
In the meantime, this match
Is still over two weeks off. You
have to come out and show whit
tou can do this Sunday if you
hope to make your team.
sports, being the player who -
cells above the others is a great
desire, if we are the high georar
or the most valuable player of a
league or tournament. We attain
a certain goal that we can Be
proud of
we certainly are proud of such
sceompllshrrients. not so much
for any material reward involved,
but because we Have done some
lime thjhg Better than anyone'
else could do ltTlf we are rwar-1
ded for sdeh accomplishments, to I
finch the better because we tne.i i
e something to show for It,
something for someone else to
marvel at.
However, when We Become a
double Winner. When we Become
high scorer and most valuable
plsyCr bofh at the same time,
then we must be "Some pumo-
{Ihs.' "Some pumpkins" of the
rd Infantry these days is Crri.
Chirles W. Bernard of Company
During the 1990 basketball
league of U.S. Army Panama.
Bernard walked off with the dou-
ble honor of being high scorer
and most valuable player of the
American League Be Was re-
Warded last week when Coi. ins.
t. Boweh. cOmmandlh officer Of
the 33>fl ihfahtrv. presented :ilrr.
with two trophies emblematic of
his prowess.
Bernard, who IS twenty-ohe
years of age. is a native of rtof-
m8n. Oklahoma, whefg he learn-
ed to play his basketball in gr irte
school. He Joined the Atmy iri
February, 1948 and carte to Pa-
pama in June of that year, where
he has been serving as a rifle-
are the oniv players missing from
the BrooiilVTi camp at Veo
Beach. Florida. Hodges li m
Brooklyn awaiting the birth of
his second child. Second B"-
man J(*cHie RoBlnsOn arrived In
cmo Robinson, who checked in
at 218 pounds 'ast *ear. re'^vrt
Dodger fears that he mliht be
ovrweioht again bv scaHne onlv
9"S. Pitchers Preacher Fop Slid
Don Newcembe worked out yes-
terdav for the first time s'* *<-
in sidelined last FTlflav wltH the
flu Manager Chuck D>essertjtl'l
il confined ti ihdan River Hc*-
nltsl where his condition Is said
to be "preativ improved.
The ast* Red S*X' tlM#l
ad lit* in fielder!.a Boodreaa
Hm BH flea* wrfrMtH *-
dat at She teanvs Riraaata
base: TB# frmer CK*elad
mattfeget wat Rtrmbe Pvt
oerierai Manager Jae crtMiwi'
am MNrMler.
Bondreau's rewlacement at the
Cleveland shortstmi position
Rav B^oneteppr'ed at the
club' Tucson. *rlon cam.
Boone says the left arm he broke
in tralnine last season Is eom-
nletet" he-ted. Reeerve Cnitfield-
er Alt'* Clark piso arrived in
amrj. bilt has not yet stoned r-'
contract. He has a date With
General Manager Hank Green-
Boston Brave Manager BHlv
PouthWorth olsns to keen hn 47
player squad at least antn Awn
9. SouthwWfri savs one squad of
93 niave+s will ttavei t^ej exhibi-
tion trif pv lr wWle ?* o*h*r
SVitiad Will go a* train. He adds
that nfl cuts win be made until
the two soaads meet th Dallas
April 9.
Manaeer Frank Frisch sent his
Cbieaed Cubs through their ton-
e^t drill so far at Avaion. Cali-
fornia. Frisch drove the team
fhroagh exercises and wound ho
With a 9f-minnfe bitIn dill',
veteran Le't hander Johnny
VafiderMeer tolned the squad for
his first workout.
Summit Hills
To Use Last
Sunday's Team
the Summit Hills Golf Club
will shfl \lrtually the same team
against Fort Amador at Brazos
Brook this 8unday that scored so
well at Fort Davis. This Is the "big
one" for SUmjnlt HlILs. If fhrv
can rttp Amador for some figure
lose to the 2o points gathered by
Panam, they Will be in a strbn
position to make a real fight of
the 1951 Inter-CldbS.
Here's the gang tHat Will be Ih
there fighting for dear old sum-
mit Hills, inrldentallv, ail plv-
ers. alternated, and mascots Win
be Issued their "uniforms" Sun-
day morning at BrgzoS Brook '
Jack Smith Paul Moran. Bob
Spain, Jim Ridge. Tony JankiM,
Don Judisqn. Dave Mahoney, Leo
beterts, Pres Trim. Jr.. Preston
rim, Br Al Saarlnh. Paul Rich-
mond, Tommv tHombson, Jaek
Lilly, Matify Mullet. Fddje Dur-
ham, Jim Rliev, Bill LeBruri,
ceat-e Riley and aene Hoch-
stedler. Alternates will be rarl
Harris, Jack Rldnmond, Jim Des-
Londes, Dale Blshbp. Jack LaW-
sbn. and Doh Mc^Svihthe se-
cret weapon.
If scheduled to perform on
Sunday, please advise flene
Hochstedler or Dick Colston at
Coroafll 3106 In case of stage-
The S.tihdln-tts
t**ft Wift Lett
CHitdbal...... 22 11
lalbdfl Diablo ......S .....11
Cristobal Diablo SECOND HALE ...... 1 ...... 4
Abilene, Te*. (NSA) Har-
flln-Simmons will go to the Rose
Bowl next season to play Loyola
Of Los Antcm Bar. 19.
Paniso'Rod Tank
Softball League
Gibraltar Life fnaranee and
Fraredevll* FoseM Te 3-3 Dead-
lock i wftbail Lea*ue Opener
With the consistent and u"tlr-
ine aid of the Physicl Fduction
Bra"Ch. the Paralso-Red Tank
Foftbfll Lf^tif npe-ed ^on^ay
as a co-"d (f pboi-t 1 i^O fns
t<'Ok !' th openln ceremonies
bv H La Velas and the tossing of
the first ball by A. Jordan. Sr.
The tans were unaware of the
exeit'n" six-inning '1 to 3 dead-
Iret- both teams had in store for
them for the next hour which the
game lasted.
Both teams had a scoreless first
Inning, but the Gibraltar Life In-
surance ooened the second Inning
with a double by S. 51'cott. He
we it to third on a third strike
dropped by H^ynes the eatchr.
then scored ss Haynes annare^tlv
froa wlt'i the bal' in hU hands
as Silcott slid under him. L. Dan-
iels, however, took care of the
ffher three batters and retired
hem via the strikeout route.
The Daredevils came back In
their half of the second Inning
and dented 'e date three times
as Burke received a base on ba'ls.
Solloweri bv two straight singles
y Griffiths and L'oyd and an
error by the catcher, B'ackman.
The lnsurancemen. urable to
Prorp more than one rrn In any
lining, dented the piste once in
the fourth and fifth as Areher.
IH** lnsiiraneemen's 14-vear-pld
soffrall pitching ace. held t';e
Daredevils s-oreless on two more
hits which they collected In the
Archer showed his stuf' IP the
S'xt hlining as AMe- and Revea
Opened the inhing With singles in
Succession But were unable to get
feny further as Bcr'-e ropped upl
trying to advance his teammates.
Griffiths went down on a hleh
fly to recrrtd. R. ^aniels, manager
Of tue Daredevils. Went In td
Inch hit for Sorest re, the relief
k't-hrr, add sla"Hed a hot
kroupder to M. Guevara at short
Who scOObel It i*b SMI t^tcK hi*
but, by half a step for the third
flatteries for Gibraltar were
Areher and Blaokman. for bafe-
?evils L. Daniels. J. Soblcstre in
he sixth and I. Haynes.
Umpires: I. Burke. C. Holder
and J. Remain.
Score was as fol'ows:
Gibraltar Life Insurance 3 g
Daredevils 3 4
Satarday Is being designated as
Onen-date. all tie games or rain-
ed -out games will be played Sat-
arday at 4.30 p.m.
The Balboa Brewers, Now riding th crest of sift-
Same winning streak, will atfmpt to score their seventh
conseturl*e tlcroty tonight when they tackle the fast fad-
ing Diablo Ken Montetumas at the Balboa Stadium Bt
7:30 9M.
A victory for the Balboan will fain place them a
half-gome behind the pennant bound Cristobal Moftoi.
Ron Monter.timas fielded a
makeshift team against Cristobal
Mottas last night at Mount HOpe
Park and took a 9-0 shellacking
off the league leaders. Norman
Scott stayed on the mound all the
way for Moritezumfls. He gave up
thirteen Hits but only five of the
Mottamen's nine runs were of the
earned-run variety.
chariey LeBrun, twirling for
Motta had a neat three-hitter
going Into the ffHal frame when
Moritezumas got two more hits
and threatened to score. Kosh-
orek came up With a fast double-
plav to save Leflrun's shutout
Cristobal scored two runs lh the
second Inning on a walk, an er-
ror, and the singles hit by Ray
8abek. George Cartv and Scooter
Oshorek. in the third frame ah
error followed BV a tWo-bkgger
by Dabek and a single by Leflrun
ve Mottas two mote runs. Three
fetlei bv Carty, Roshorek and
Rubskl netted the Mottamen ohe
more run to lead 9-0 in the fourth
Herman Scott twirled two-hit
ball until the eighth when two
errors coupled with three base
Knocks gave Cristobal their final
foUr ruhs of the contest.
George Cartjr, Cristobal's left
fielder. Had a great ni* it at t'-e
plate having a triple ant two sin-
gles In four ttlbs to the ble*e.
George was credited. With driving
in four of the hlhe Mbtta runs
Conrado Gill with twb hits in
four tries Was the bnlv Montezu-
ma Batter to collect more than
one safe bldw.
Young jack Pestod. Brekkln
Into the Isthmian League last
night at shortstop, set some kl"d
of a record. Re IS the fourth fV-
cod boy to put his name On t,J&
records. Chftrlev. Torhm". Jlmmv,
and last But Ptit least Jadk Pes-
cbd hdve all played in (he loop.
Mai Whitfield Lead USA
Tro Into 800 Mis. Finals
BtJfcftoS Alflfeg. Mar. 12 'UP
Mai Whltfieid will lead a strong I
United States entry of thtde men
into the finis of the 800-meter
tt todav on the third day of
the Pah-American Gamfe.
Whltfieid, winner of this race
in the last OlyrrtiCs In London
in 1948, yesterday WOn his heat
in one minute 57.1 seconds, more j
than eight seconds slower than
his time ih London.
Huto MaCchlo and Hill BroWn
were the other two U.S. athletes
who qualified.
Not entirely satisfied With t*elr ]
performance in the gomes thus!
far. th United States 'ooked Ut
a one-two-three finish in the 800
meters today in the hone of eras-
ing the setbacks suffered yster-
The U. S\ has heen favored I"
very track and field event but
took onlv one rold medal when
payiord" Brvan cabtured tt-o
rroad iumo with 7.4 meters <3
feet five inches i.
united states snrint chnmrnnn
Art Brasg cot second place In
? he 110-meter rtnsh Whn he wtis
nosed oil' bt Rafael Fortuh of
Cuba In the finals.
The race was so cldse both run-
ners wefe tinied ih ifJ.6 Seconds,
the same time Bfa|f clocked Ift
Winning his semifinal heat ear-
lier in the dny. The time WS
fonr-tentHs of a aetfohd slower-
thah the World's record ahd
three-tenths off the Olympic rec-
Herb McKenlev of Jamatea,
holder of the World's fluarter mile
record, was thhd In 11 second
last night LUis Friedman nt
PanamA oitnolnted Arsenlo ^o-*
ta Martins of Brafll In wrestling.
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ton totAGE MORNING torfai
The members of tha Cristobal W
eH at a aMnuaf catfM
iHft tie mnK
ave* fdr C__
Ittffet t*ole a*
catered lib
t fMMitrree MM
sbc a* mmm *M *
f.lfM Vfc"t
Crab fcada fare-
fi MM.
"tat .H the fteh.
f.'.r vtti
Hl>7 I faW M << ^T*"* "
throph* ccrtrfrnltte* Mi M1J*H.
pwirtffl the
fiends. Mrs.
fttftitfl the
I #fft 8! & pat; o
ssrnsind friteh-
oflpfi Kaflger aha MtS. HUfi-
h#"thr WHS pteWht Jfi*
tided: Mrs. Frank lrijMe.
ks Btilloek, Mf. H.*iah
? Yfth. Harry WeafWlt,
Irs Cdtih Lasetl. Mrs B. r,
leCleiiand Mrs. John Leach,
. H. 6. Pihtottn. Mrs. fliny
tie! Cfaig. mm. fclbert s. wata,
Mrs. W. C. DunrL Mrs. Chester
Lindaren, Mrs. 0. E Jofstfld,
Mrs C. 6. Kelly.MM. hayrflofid
Terry. Mrs. A. JFiUttett,
Mrs. William Wfay Mrs 3, F.
Meehan, Mrs. Frank Wolf Mrs.
Oeorg Wrt. MrS. LhcHI.
Skeels, Mrs. P. F,Quinn. Mrs.
John PurBls, Mrs. W. ft. Brooks,
Mrs. Philip riftvehir, Mrs fltffl/
ley lfldd, Mrs. J. L. Byrd. Mr3.
J. W. B. Hall, Mrs. John Deval.
Mrs. Stewart fcagan. Mrs Mary
Engelke. Mrs. Hoy Foft, Mrs. H.
W. Owen. Mrs. Ro;L. Hearn. Mn.
W. MBwliiiB*s.
Mrs. M Wfo*
tefs yesterday.
: ere: Mrs. L. B.
enWftt, Wife of It. ferdrhaufler
ehiin* rw rKentlf IfirUterred
ffotn tht Piffc SIM wltti _*he
new arrival, Mr*
Mrs. R. Nleison i:
.to other
eLMfi. J.'W
". DleHLMfs. PW flh,
|r. May belle THMhsM, Mf. F.
Cottreil. Mrs. F. e. pne,
fa. PL. flaly, Mrt. ThSfnaa
, .Meaghe*,Mr. B. t. Hifflin,
Mrs. L. Ducbte, MM. M.E.
Walther.Mfa. W. it. ttatljk,
Mrt W. B, Sin, Mrt. A. fia-
tIs. Mm. H\ fhofhtBh. Mrt.
D. d Mahdetllie and Mrt. M. A.
Lay, r.
Mrt. Mel F*reli presided at
the coffee table whieh is eh-
terefl lth pilule Utiuialntllla
fiiHe W Vello* tapert in li-
ver hflidert.
Mbe M SjNtMerea
y terrt-Ate club
Trie Atlantic Te>h-Age Club la
JbOnsorlhfc a bake sale to be held
arch S starting at 9:30 Bin. at
the Mftsohle terhbie, at the Bo-
livar Avh entrance. Anyone
desiring to contribute to the sale
may call Mrs. Sartlttel Roe, Grls-
t0Ml 1319.
fbtillion Club Heard Meeiitf
Th mfHrtg of iftB.lelr ef
the Washington Cotillion Club
and said that hi frequency
threatening Wall frfltn
Detroit and Chicago."
But this as the first lettr,
he said, ith a rJertehtlsiI lethal
agent enclosed. Dumbe'd lhtt
the fold of the letter was a
teaspbdftful Of metallic arsenic
enough, perhfcbi, to kill a few
people if they should Swallow It
But the arsenic eaused no
harm nd almost went tihneti-
ed. An the Wtter'a Prophesy,
colored with obscenity, fhat
Taimadge "ifijl be iik" by
rored false.
shrugged off the
ter as "the work of Just another
The governor probably has
antagoniiea" these element* rt-
ii-'rl Beeii dld'a noveVt'y tiflnde and "1^- otpefTers said, but h
Mrs Donald Srholha sihg i*o;fPon"n,P of a law to .si
incoming offieert and board
mebers, With any interested club
members are requested to attend.
geeat Meeting
Girl Scout Trdop M of Marga-
rita with Mrs. stere Ralney as
leader and Mrs. John Leach and
Georgia Governor
Escapes Arsenic
In Obsceno Letter
ATLANTA, March 1 (tffJ
or. Herman Taimadge has
'Negroes up East" for
er Mrt. W. h. Calcutt, Mrt. M.
J. Petertbn, Mrs. Clrtle Peterson.
Mrs. M. L. CdoKscm. Mrt. a*rl
Orr. Mrs, charles Mcbullum, Mrs.
Arthur Srhith of l%bl Chirles Whitker, Mrt. T F.
Hoti of Raiboa, Mrs. Robert Nfe^
ley Mrt. H. P. Bevlngton, Mrs.
Les'ieigh Davis, Mrs. Hairy EhJ.
Mrs. C J. Oenls, Mrs. Chtnther
Hirschfeld, Mrs. E. f;. Cotton,
Mrs.M.L. RasH.Mrt.ft. J. Klrt
win, Mrs. HUrribefto Lelghiale,
Mis. Julia Leignadler Mrt. An-
tonia Alberola, Mrt.Macoa A,
Turner, of Balboa, Mrs. floyd-
toft, Mrt. Ju*n Pucci. Mrt. Thei-
rna Moreno, Mis. Patino Linares.
Dinner P*rtjr~
at Monaco oardeh
tile memSert of the Fort Gti-
llck if.Co. Wives Club met at
the Monaco Garden Tuesday
evenlne for cocktails and a din-
tier tiSrty. to be followed by a so-
cial evening.
The groups as seated at a
i- E-shaped table centered
with ereenerv and red roses. Mrs.
Rov Smith, president, thanked
Mrs William Godwin. Mrs. Da-
vid Harshaw and Mrs. Ernest
Bee'i for arranging a pleaaar.t
evening. She also invited all pre-
sent to attend the business meet-
ln* ol the group on the first Tues-
day in Morel and eabressed n r
rtDpreclaticm to Mrs. Owen To!- _
bert and Mrs. Barbara Koiiflre Monday midnight p
for the rjrogram which they hafl
'rs. Tolbett served t> Master
of ceremonies and lead the erovp
in .lnln" a ntoWI of sones.
Mr*. William Godwin and Mrs.
sending him a poisoned letter
h Hafftfrt,
38-year-oid GoVefnor
ff the poisoned lel-
selectlons, accompanied bV 'he
organist. Mrs. Joseph GOrneV,
Mrs. John Cousins and Mrs. Will-
iam Ellingsworth did a Hawaiian
The following new members
Were present: Mrs. DaVld E. Pn-
gle, Mrs. Joseph G. Bremer. Mrs.
Hcvllie A. Hart, Mis. Olga M.
err, Mrs. William Jacltson. Mrs.
James Lastinger, Mrs. Harry coi-
Bt. Mrs. Jess A. Friese and Mrt.
Margaret Mustang.
The other members present
Were: Mrs. Harry Jones. Mrs.
Maurice Towne, Mrs. Willlim
Bell. Mrt. Lldweii Parker, Mrs.
Daniel puleskv. Mrs. Carl Ccp^
er Mrt. Homer Metiard. Mts.
Patillhe Marsh. Mrs. Roger W.
Barnes. Mrt. George t. Miller,
Mrs Kenneth SeTieWck. Mrs.
Norman Neff. Mrs. puane Mtind-
kowsky. Mrs. Ralph Johrtsrih.
Mrs. Glenn Hunter, Mrs. Roberta
funds for ~ education if mixing
of the raees in classrooms is
ordered by the eourts
U. S. postal inspectors toot
charge of the poisoned letftf
ahd said they would attempt to
traee it. It was postmarked
College Station, New Yor 01-
tv," at id a. m., reb. J2.
The letter was addressed in a
firm hand of pinK stationery,
the governor's secretary opened
the outer envelope and a small-
er One inside, lead the etoseene
warning and threw the letter
iHjo a wastebasket.
HoWever, she noticed a gray-
ish poWder oh her hands and
retrieved the letter. She found
a quantity of the powder Inside
and turned the letter over to
the State Bureau of investiga-
tion Which quiefcly analysed
the matter as arsenic.
The letter ended with a purple
tirade against the governor and
? Crsndall. Mrs. ru.wii Marln, wasVndedwtthacFudeiy"eirtWn
Mfs Harty Snyder. MrS. Joseph death's head and the word
Newcomers Introduced
at Morning Coffee
Several ladies ho arrived last
week on the Transport Hodges Taimadge said. never
nd are stationed at the Coed 80-1 attention tp thern whatever,
lo Naval Station, were Introduced I presume all public officials get
to some of their neighbors it i lettefs ffOm erackpoM.'*
death," underscored
times in red pencil.
"i get erank threatening let-
ters frequently from people in
Harlem. Detroit and Chicago,"
y tn:
Mrs.,M, L. McCulWuiH as ba-
Ifol laers, hila theiF lglar
meeting; Tuesday at the Scout
.j^j'fMjKfc-.:- Ba*i^H k *-
are working on their second clati
Badgei ihs. x ij-
tr"wl tti thiee t -
drkinft on Its bl
Hd mide n eii
itlp to the Brazbi
lfib: Ml. .Blffief
th thiee games, patfoi 8 is
cycle bAdge ifld
t^nT Hil
e rules of
the read. Patrol 9 is Working on
eafe 6f the hair and nails for
|6dd irorhhvg.
The trdbfi Ks a whdle Hi tiit-
tlcluate in a $t( 6H the history,
laWS, plorhise, motto and slogan
f scotine at their next meeting.
the Winning sitie will receive a
lift Up
Your Hearts'
Written for NEA Service
(A Lenten feature of The Pana-
t AMeriean, repared by the
v. M. A. Cookaon, Epiaeej!
CRareli of 3^ivfoffr, New
Peacock p*ide
"WHoseer shall etalt Nlfnsel
Shall be abaaed.'rgi. Mdii. 99-.H
fiath chosen the foelM
? None
? 8752
? A108
? KJ
Opoalngieai- 01
"Here's a hand that lias cied
lot of discussion here." writes a
an Francisco corlsponderit. "It
was played in a team of four
match, knd there was weeping
and walling bi both rooms when
this hand came along.
"In one room, the hand was bid
to six diamondsas you see.
West led the deuce of clubs, end
r2Sf l "t^\ VL^i-i'SEast took two club tricks
fc-TiJ! a5rtl,# conf,"k, unconcealed delhjfit. Bast then
Neither ntrlrn ipsiii nor Si congratulated his partner on his
rffSZtS&tZiSg abo'the : ^Z^f^natLr^
towerlnv. maJeKtie. monstrous aid ,"t It wa^hln at a 11.
detllry of a bride I'fce a Nanoleon, om that he did that sort of thing
tier, Sta'ln. or some other it- \ a". the.,tlme;,
roaant dictator -most of us have-
n't the Satanic capacity for pride
Such as that. No they were ref-
erring to the kind of pride that is
sb ordinary and mean.
It lie* lri injured feelings whlcn
t w ntilse for years, ih
we are apt
some little ttipeHH
"In the other room. North did
not let his partner play the hand
at diamonds, instead, he played
the hand at six hearts. West
doubled, and North redoubled.
"East, being no fool, recogritoed
that the double showed rtifflhR
power. He therefore led a din-
Isthmian Submits
Highest Bid on Sale
Of Old Clubhouse
Isthmian Constructors, Iric.
submitted the highest of tWo
bids received for the derriolitidri
and sale of the pedrb Miguel
Clubhouse and alteration or
on the bathliousei tailor arid
shoe shops, on which bids were
opened Wednesday morning id
the office of the Bubply and
Service Director at Balboa
Chain Singh y Ca. Ltda. a
the only other bidder.
The aWaia of the contract
probably Will be made next sreei.
The demoUtWtt Work ajtfl in-
clude the alteration of tpe pre-
sent bathhouse structure and
the removal and alteration
the tailor and shoe repair shops
to provide space ih the same
building for ill three facilities.
Mbruei clubhouse
maily at Oolgona
- to It* pre-
in m*..
The Clubhouse restaurant fa-
cilities and fflefehiMWe jenioh
and the Panama Cariaf Branch
LiSfry, wild f* located ih
the old b$iaittfc, ave" beeh
moved to the Postoffice Build-
ing: Movies are being ahown lb
the yirihaitim.
New Books
rheht. in the habit df ldoklh* ftirimond. West ruffed, returned a
s'ltHtSj in pleasant momentdfy; club, and the defenders had a
thoughts of our Success at the ert-; field daytaking two clubs afid
perise of aomeone else, above all; two rufla. They scored 1*00
ifi the deliclotw sensation of be-' points for doWh three vulnerable
in* right, in an argument or an
attitude, aha In the unwillingness
to admit it If we ar long. That
"As you ean see. the result in
the seeorid room made the pl*v-
is the peaeocl otlde thatsealds ers in tne ilrst re0m look pretty
and hurts families and jobs, or-
ganizations and sotletv at large. I
And that is Why religion puts it
at the top of the list of capital
sins, and why religion finds pride
its most, inveterate enemy, and'
whv re!l*lon will be at War With
pride till the fnd of time. You
need be But little acquainted with
the Gospels to knew that, hile
our Blessed Lord did not eondone i
the airis of the gBlicas and I
harlots, He directed His wofst in-
vectives against the Pharisees,!
whose veryTieatt as pride. Their
{oodness had gone to seed; thev'
ere preoccupied with a legalis-
tic' system of ritual laws enjoy-
ing mutual satisfaction With
themselvesOur Lord aw that
as a far more deadly kind of
sick. What do you think of this
hand, and how should It haVe
been played?"
I rm riot surprised that this
hfihd caused discussion, weeping
and walling. It is a beautiful ex-
ample of the two gravest dahgers
to a slam contract that should
really be ice-cold.
One danger as demonstrated
In the first loom, when the open-
ing lead cme through the weak
suit The other danger was de-
rhdnstfated m the seeond toom
when the opening lead Wae rtlf-
fea bv trie ieadet's paftnef.
It was jiossiBle for North to
provide against both Of there
aanert, evert though he miut.t
hot clearly foresee the need .'(>r
being xautknls. North could tell
fhRt a em lead thfdfjgh his king
might be embarrassing if hi*
partner played the hand. Heno*
he sHotfid have maae every ef-<
fort to play the hand himself.
HoWeVef. the sdltitlori Was' hot W
play the hand at hearts, for leaf
of a ml:
The only remaining solutlon-1-
gnd a very logical one^was for
North to play the hand at six rici-
trump. When South Jumped to
five diamonds. Showing his fe-
mendouS sblt, North shdtild have
bid five no-trump.
THtt otild indicate a desire to
play the hand t slam and WOttid
indicate also an uncertainty as to
the proper slarrj contract. An ex-
pert 8outh wduld understand the
invitation and the ehOlees in-
volved. He would unhesitatingly
bid six no-tfiimp, a contract
which no defense could beat.
Orders Omitted
BtGlCANE. (UP) The disas-
ter warning horn blew at Spo-
kane's city hall but nobody mov-
ed. Officials had failed to tell ci-
ty employes where to go during
an emergency drill.
* *.
g* n -*
* %>

and seaaonhtg h
6*c*u*e fhey are garden-ffesfc!
Shelled! WhH' Heady to **!
M'UfHt li o 'bNrJUfuMl mil olCtf
/rUntl tttrumg Cl^>ll|. ft*. Tar. A. f.
tt f.adv tot ttrnOt elfcrf* led VM *r>4
Chicken Curry SMoe made rM< ftti
tfttt, #> fmoctb, to cl*#my, so delicious! And thia
ja <*o of Ihe i*ny *vpttniam mbcc* yaa
to in with Dury 1*i*iA. G* a
economical one-pound parka of Duryaa'a
SUlxes* today. It so handy to hava oa
Hand for tnaaHi( all kinds of tempting (TufhaU.
Regard*** f tetton, ffit'ftj at-
#ay* tender Ad teticiot!
Apartado No. 3*7.
Panama, R. P.
"The Itlddl of MacArthur," bV
John Ohlhf; Is one of the new
books placed in circulation, dur-
ing the jiait week by The Pana-
ma banal Lifer a fy.
In the booh the author has put
together the various,- sorriettme
contradictory apeets 6f eriefdl
MtcArthur's personality tth ca-
reer, has described the nature of
apaneee dceupatlon; and put iil
focus the problems coffOntlng
America in Asia.
The complete list of new book*
Jit tne Library folloWi:
Piychiatfy Nenrosli and tu-
ran JroW'th, Hofney.
Caricatures, cartoons Through
history with J. Wesley Smith,
rave, history, biography
Sequoia and King's canyon na-
tional parks. White; Stephen;
Crane, BertymMfi; The riddle of
MacArthur: Japan, Korea and
trie Pgf Eajrt. ddhthef; >llcyr foY
the Wat, Ward.
FttttoTjThe Watchful feods,
arid other Stories, diark; Middle
heaven, Gardner; The black
Smith, Little: Nightrurmers of
Behil. Masters j The young May
|ewb>: la-Vt Plymouth
,}>rk; fekytip. Read.
Sdrn's books Benjamin
Franklin, Aulalre; Boetor Bollt-
tie and the green eanary. Lott-
ing; Satbrulh filly. Stone; Bid-
dy Christmas, Warner; Adven-
stdrles, Boys' Life (perludl
I !ie ,
ea, Sr.r -
Replacements Pink pi i'"
la, Crane; The devil in the i
Head; A Bell fbr Adbo, Her., : ? n in a Sale fiak Cltv p-:
You're the he. Hurfipriries; Poof I which eat*M t.6 dafhsi
child, Prriah; Western Itoryom" | readt: "Get a Long Little
nlbus, Trg; Atomic olirgy forlgle.'
i"i ----1 I

POMI5 riww faaaxltifUa
and p.wd.r *M-^3ft
Not a coke make-up. Not a greasy
Oodi aw ?fti*j wcfier. Sfbfi oo
mvth lender than poweer.
Pfff fd carry I Can't tpiH over
handbag or dark clothai.
In sin .a,.l-,w..f ,h.d.. i Camalttf rffr ddwrry >wff

Erfct treatise it's light,
yet riouristig. Mfd Vrhh
plenty t chicken .
chickens simmefd sloWly
tor btitig oiit theif fich full
h f'lfy ties Is
steeped in chicken bfoth.
The Unddt pieces of
chicken are nlesifed Iti
CtfAftMTfl Chicken Soup
is good norishrrlent and i
real treat for young arid old
- the perfect soup iot alt
the faifliry.
iocx rtm
feo-XNO-wnrrt i CHICKEN r/cT7 SOUP
Don't rifle taking folium I
TN tatna Adtoa aWkina PasMft
CAMm tUdrtWHt OtSiC.

-: Panama American Classified Page :-
JfPR;SALE:Owner leaving Isthmus,
1946 Lincoln in perfect condition.
*'B>goin price. Inquire "Farmacia
Ruiz," Panam.
>OR SALE:1947 Pontioc Sedanette
8 cylinder, perfect condition. For
..(^formation phone Ponami 2-0088.
..Will finance.
fR SALE: 1947 Crosley Sedan.
'"Tff.350.00. Duty Paid. House 23
Apt. 4, 50th St., Bella V.slo.
TOR .SALE:1950 Oldsmobile '88,"
-..A door sedan, Hydramatic, radio.
undercoated. 5623-D, Hecker
Place, Diablo. 4-6 p. m. Tel. 2-
FOR SALEHigh Fidelity Long Play-
ing Records. London, Concert-Hall,
Co.umbio, Polydor, etc. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street 6-A. Phone 3-
FOR SALE:Steel safe, extra large,
exterior size, 2' x 4' x 6'3". Ap-
ply "Terminales Ponama," Jose
Francisco de la Ossa Avenue No.
75. Te.ephone 3-1 234.
FOR SALEAutomatic Kokler plant,
1.5 KVA with batteries,"
gosoline driven. Call 83-2187 or
house 2002-A, Curundu.
fQR..SALE:1946 Chevrolet, blue.
. .*tidoor sedan, excellent condition,
rod.o, clock, hill-holder, oil filter.
yhjte rim for wheels and many
other accessories. Highest offer
. oyXr $900.00. Inquire quarters 39.
..Albfook, or phone 86-3122.
Fr""SALE1941 Studeboker Coupe,
yety good condition. Cheap. Porto-
bal street No. 422, anytime.
1946 luick Rdmiinr 4 Dr.
Sedan, aaatcevari, od
"Km...... .. $1050
1947 luick Special 4 Dr Se-
den, new Beift paint, teat
cever. radio, goad tira $1015
l47 li dan. new black paint, aaat
cavar, radia b aad tires
1*47 lukk Super 4 dear $a-
' dan. new gray paint, eaat
caver and excellent tire
1947 lyick Super 4 dear Se-
dan, food paint A tira $1115
rr n-
p.rtotion $150
1940 wick Special 4 Dr. Se-
dan, black. new tira,
redi. $325
Pionee available
Yea* Cadillac A P.ntiec Dealer
Panama Catan
I Ml. iaick Special 4 Dr.
'dan, black, aaad tn
FOR SALE: 1950 DeSoto Club
Coupe. New rubber. Can be fin-
anced. One Lionel train, track and
extras. House 141. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon
1942. Duty Paid. Jusf overhauled.
Cocol! 545-B.
FOR SALE1940 Studebaker Chom-
-piOn, 4 door sedan, good condi-
tion, $200 cosh. 1540-A Salboo.
pfione 2-2847.______________
Real Estate
The Panama Canal offers for sale
to the highest bidder Buildings Nos.
3, 7. 8, 9 and an unnumbered Quon-
Chut, oil located in the former
Molaria Control Area at Paraso.
Seoled bids will be received in the
office of the Supply and Service Di-
rector at Balboa Heights until 10:30
O..JO. on March 7. 1951, when they
will i-be opened in public. Forms of
proposal with full particulors may
.'.secured in the office of the Sup-
ply -ond Service Director, Balboa
Heights. _____
FOR SALE:Desk. Notional NC-57,
radio, Westinghouse refrigerator,
household goods. C. St. John.
building 514 Apt. 2, Colon beach.
FOR SALE.Electric
phone 3-0255.
otor. Call
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Claro beach.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT: In El Valle. Anton,
week-ends or weekly. 2 bedroom.
house No. 80. Next to hotel Pan-
Americano, See caretaker or coll
Will.ami Santo Clara Beach Co'taae
Two bedroom, alactnc refrigera-
tion. RocKcja* range Phona Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Phillip. Beach cottage. Santa Clore
Box number 435. Balboa Phone
Panamo 3-1877 or Cristobal i
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
house; livingroom, dinlngroom, 3
bedrooms, study, yard, garden, hot
water. Call telephone 3-3444 or
3-1477, Ponom.
FOR SALE: 9 pieces dmingroom
mahogany set, $250.00; gas stove
reel host, large $40.00. 1 1th and
San Antonio St. House 10086,
Colon, Apartment No. 4.
FOR SALE:Sacrifice price, electric
stove, like new, twin youth beds,
record player radio, ham radio ca-
binet ond parts. Transportes Bax-
FOR SALE: Mahogany sideboard
chest of drower a desk, 4 green
blinds, kitchen set chrome with 4
chairs, child's wardrobe, 7 foot
Coldspt refrigerator, 25 Cy., elec-
tric clock, 25 cycle, 30-06 sporter
riffe, no sights. Coll 3-2412.
House 170-C. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:One baby crib and mot-
tress, $12.00. House 29, 5th. St.
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator. 9 foot
Wesctinghouse, perfect condition.
524-D. Cocoli. Phone 2-1031.
"DULCINAS." Juice oranges, eat-
ing oranges and grapefruits are al-
woys of selected grade ond ex-
ceptionol quality. Accept only
fruit thot has' been stamped
Dulcina registered trade mork.
Sole distributors. Productos Nocio-
noles, S. A. Telephone 2-0028,
WANTIDSacend hand theatre erm-
chair. Call Martin, Panama-
American Tel. 2-0740.
Help Wanted
WANTEC:Cook and general house-
keeper for American family. West
Indian woman preferred. Referen-
ces. Phone Colon 1337.

PRGALE: 1949 Indian vertical
twin overhead, like new. with
Chrtjme accessories $595. 501-D.
' CpfiOl., 4-6.
C. W. Omphroy
Visits Sons
At Calif. College
C. W. Omphroy, of Panama Ci-
ty was the truest of Earl and Irv-
lng"mphroy at the Pacific Un-
ion College's biennial Father-Son
Dinner Sunday evening recently.
etvarj two years, men of this
Seventh-day Adventist. Napa
Valley (Calif.) college honor
their fathers with a special sp-
rleVf week-end events climaxed
by the dinner Sunday evenina.
This year's banquet drew visit os
from as far away as Florida, as
som.- 225 fathers gathered to ce-
lebrate with their sons.
Miss Vivian Witter entertained
the members of the Young Peo-
ple's Service League of St. Paul's
Church of which she is President,
at her residence in Parque Lefe-
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Among those present were:
Mrs. Pearl Brown, Mrs. Eugr-nle
Prince, Misses Myra Mullin, Mil-
llcent Blackman, Althea Sam-
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Williams, Norma Petinaud, Sadie
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Joseph, Eleanor Adams;
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Marva Tivey, Violet Witter, Mrs.
Agnes Witter, Messrs Gilbert
Francis, Sylvester McAllister,
Norman Wynter. Charles Oreen
and others.
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Hungary Adds Fats.
Soap lo Basic List
Of Rationed Items
BUDAPEST, Mar. 1, (UP) _
The Hungarian government has
added fats and soap to the sugar
and flour rationing begun Janu-
It said today it was compelled
to extend rationing as "the ene-
my" was "attempting to attr
trouble by hoarding and specula-
The new order applies in ur-
ban areas, industrial and min-
ing districts and will affect about
half the population of 9,000,000
The partial rationing of meat
has also begun, with each worker
getting three fifths of a pound
weekly. The weekly soap ration
for all uses will be slightly more
than half a pound.
The food shortage is one of the
main topics being discussed by
the Communist Party congress
now meeting in Budapest.
U. S. Ponders Aid
For Spain As Ally
Against Communism
Informed quarters said today
that the United States is con-
sidering various ways to bolster
Spain's military poWer as an
anti-communist ally.
They said the measures under
study here that would Increase
the land, sea and air strength of
Spain include-.
First, provision In the new $11.
000.000.000 arms and economic
aid bill for foreign countries
that would permit the delivery
of arms to 8pain. Some experts
believe Spain should get $300,-
000.000 in early United States
arms help.
Second, consideration between
the United States. Britain,
France and other Western Eu-
ropean countries on the chan-
ces of bringing; Spain into tight-
er alliance with the West. This
could range from full member-
ship of the North Atlantic Pact
to a sort of associate member
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United States officials believe it
certain that Yugoslavia will enter
any conflict on the side of tne
Western Powers if Soviet Russia
commits aggression against any
nation in Western Europe.
They point out that It would be
difficult for Yugoslavia to take
any other course owing to the re-
alization that if Western Europe
is overrun it would not be long
before Yugoslavia would feel the
brunt of aggression.
They also consider the Yugos-
lav government does not feel
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW that aggression by any of the t-a-
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Wherry Accuses
Military Services
Of 'Dollar Grab'
Senate Republican Leader Ken-
neth S. Wherry said today the
United States military services
are locked In a "deadlv dollar
grab" which only Congress can
He told newsmen the outcome
will determine the pattern of the
United States' defense establish-
ment for years.
Wherry's remarks were made
as the combined Senate Foreign
Relations and Armed Services
committees met In closed session
to reach agreement on the
Troops-for-Europe resolution.
Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman Tom Oonnally said it
would take some days for the ses-
sion to "chew over" various pro-
posals. He held scant hope for a
unanimous decision.
15 Rail Unions
Agree To 12V4
Cent Wage Hike
Negotiators for 15 non-operating
rait unions and the railroads
i (ached agreement on a wage
i'-.crease of 12ls cents per hour
loi 1.000.000 employes according
to a union spokesman todav.
The increase is retroactive to
Feb. 1.
The agreement was reached
about 7 a. m. today at a White
House session wlcti began 8.30
p. m. yesterday in presidential
assistant John R. Steelman's oi-
The spokesman said the agree-
ment provides for a cost-of-llv-
lnp clause which mav mean a
further five cent hourly in-
crease April 1.
Tomorrow, Friday, Mar. 2
7:30Morning Salon
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tellites against Yugoslavia is
likely within the next six months
because the satellites' armies
would not be ready within that
time to undertake prolonged hos-
The officials said the Yugoslavs
do not wish to ask for a mutual
defense program because the So-
viet would make this an excuse
to accuse Yugoslavia of aggress-
ive intentions.
They said what the Yugoslav
government wants Is to be able
to build up Yugoslavia's economy
so It can supply Its own arms
needs. Meanwhile they said It
would appear that the strength
of the Yugoslav army In terms of
equipment is decreasing due to
lack of replacement and spare
They said Yugoslavia would
like to have a loan of $600,000,000
to build up and streamline Its
economy. They admitted the Yu-
goslav economy Is in a critical
situation, apart from the food
problem. They considered Yu-
goslavia needs In 1951. 1952 and
1953 about $200,000.000 for pro-
jects of the long term E.C.A.
type and about $250,000,000 for
current requirements.
They said the most active war
preparations In satellite coun-
tries were presently being made
In Hungary and Bulgaria. They
explained Hungary had started to
rearm and violate the
SURPRISE, SURPRISEPretty Pat Geddes and Jack Ran-
dall, both of Cristobal High School, surprise Jacquie Boyle
and Dick DuCote at a tender moment. But it's all in fun
the shot was taken at a rehearsal for "Mother Is A Fresh-
man,' CHS' sparkling comedy, which will be shown tomor-
row and Saturday at 8 p.m In the High School Auditorium.
Russia Announces 4th Price
Slash Since End of War
LONDON, Mar: 1 (Um The, lng machines, tobacco and other
. arms Soviet Union announced last. consumer Items,
clauses of the peace treaties at a! night it was cutting the prices! (Only yesterday, a Polish de-
later period than the other sa- of 137 types of consumer goods legate to the U. N. Economic
tellites. Apart from rearming the from 10 to 22 per cent the, and Social Council meeting at
Hungarian government was bury' fourth such general prices slash Santiago, Chile, said It took a
building air raid shelters in Bu-
dapest and elsewhere.
They considered Bulgaria was
since the war. Russian worker 340 minutes to
Radio Moscow said that in- earn a bottle of vodka. Under
creased production on the part the average American lndus-
the most advanced in rearma- of Russian Industrial and agri-, trial wage a worker would earn
I'-ii prswm4 ini THF Aft ment preparations but did not yet cultural workers and the lower- a pint of whisky in 90 minutes.)
ittriFi AXR appear ready for aggression:mg of production costs had | Broadcast of the price reduc-
withln the next six months | made the price cuts possible on tions to the Western world
They pointed to the fact that a wide variety of goods from
the satellites were encountering bread to bicycles.
real difficulties in reconstruct-1 As in all statistics from the
lng their armies due to a short- 'Soviet Union, there was no ac-
7^PABsVsPORTB REVIEW f* "t trained cadres as a resultUual announcement of prlceo,
7:45-AU SUr Concert |' successive purges. They added put simply a repoit of P"-""
8:0O_NEWR AND SP O RT8 that most of the heavy equipment age decreases in the cost of
8.00-NEWS AND SPORTS.^ ^ ^^ *P,^;bread. coffee. macaroni. eg.; anted that 1
SMS-COMMENTATOR* DI- supplied by Soviet Russia, while ^heese, matches v^as0""e:
GE8T (VOA) a certain amount of lighter radios, bicycles, matcnes. sew
8:30FOLK SONGS OF AMER- equipment is coming from Cze-
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:15Evening Salon
7:00To Be Announced
at a time when prices in the
United States and most other
Western countries were rising-
was seen as part of the Soviet
"peace" propaganda campaign.
Premier Josef Stalin, In his
recent Interview In Pravda, as-
Gamboa Hurler Pitches No-Hit,
No-Run Game Against Pedro
Miguel Team
The Gamboa Tigers "D" League
baseball team defeated Coach
Lelsy's Pedro Miguel team. 4 toO,
In a well played game at Gamboa
Tuesday afternoon.
The Gamboa team has won the
first half championship without
a loss and are leading the parade
In the second half. Carlos Seise, i
diminutive righthander for the!
Oamboa team, pitched a no-hlt. >
no-run game. He struck out nine
Miguel batters and walked only!
Don Ryter. shortstop. Winters'
Hope, centerflekl. and 8teve Her-'
ring, left fielder, led the Tigers'
hitting attack against Blackburn
and Kerschmeir. the Pedro Mi-
guel pitcher.
Phillips and Twlddy. second
baseman and first baseman re-
spectively, played bang-up ball
for the visiting team. John Ma-
gee caught for the Gamboa team
while Mead caught for Miguel.
The "D" League box score:
Pedro Miguel AB R H
Black, ss.......... 1 0 0
Hatchett. rf........ 2 0 0
Phillips. 2b......... 2 0 0
Mead, c............ 2 0 0
Twlddy, lb.......... 2 0 0
Blackburn, p........ 2 0 0
Kirschmelr, cf....., .. 2 0 0
Seal, If............ 1 o 0
Lelsy, 3b........... 2 0 C
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Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcas ting
RDFRadiodifusin Francaise
(Continued from Page 1)
central mountains 31 miles south
of the 38th parallel after knock-
ing North Korean defenders off
the southern hill approaches last
South Korean Capitol Division.
Drove west along the lateral
road from the east coast into
the. flank of the North Korean
forces above Amdong.
United States forces on the
western front also lashed out
against the Communists. Rein-
forced United States platoons
stormed across the Han River
in assault boats four miles
southesast of Seoul and landed
on an island. They hoped to
established a bridgehead that
vould act as a springboard for
an armored advance into the I
La Prensa Abandons!
(Continued from Page 1)
and subscription revenue and ex- j
elusive distribution rights in Bue- '
nos Aires, together with other I
As a result the union refused
to deliver La Prensa and threw
ulcket lines around Its plant,
keeDlne employes away from
their jobs.
Printer Roberto Nei. 36. was
killed Tuesday in a mob attack
when a group of printers and
Gen. Clay Rings
Down Curtain On
'Troops To Europe'
Gen. Lucius D. Clay rang down
the public curtain on the troops-
to-Europe hearings yesteroay
with a dramatic plea for faith eign Office
other employes made a concerted n the 'little fellow" ol[West- ^'''fd^ian worker, who was
move to return tc work after sev- n Europe who doesn t want to getting $63 a month, was pay-
lose his ireedom again. lng 50 cents for a two-pound
Soviet Union could not be>
building and maintaining huge
armed forces and "continue tha
policy of systematic price re-
ductions for consumer goods,
which also demands scores of ,
thousands of millions In budget i
Russia had announced pre?!- i
ous price reductions in 1947, i
1949 and 1950. The first cuts
announced were on a modest
scale, but In 1949 Moscow an-
nounced reductions in consumer
goods ranging from 10 to 30 per
cent. Last year a new list of
items, including clothing and
soap, were cut from 10 to 60 nor
At that time the British For-
flgured that un-
move to return tc work after sev
eral futile management attempts
to settle the dispute with the un-
loaf of black bread. The new
price reduction would peg th
His voice quivering with emo-
Nfiez was burled vesterdflv. La tlon, Clay told the Senate For- two-pound black bread loaf at
nrensa Publisher Dr Alberto eign Relations and Armed toer- a y2 cents. In New York, a one
Gainza Pa, snd other members vices Committees that America pound loaf of white bread wa
of his famllv led the funeral cor-must give Its Atlantic Pact Al- selling at from 18 to 23 cents,
tege. Niifiez' bodv was taken from lies "a chance to prove them-, Todays decree mentioned 137
La Prensa's main buildincr. where i selves" because that is "the only ; specific articles for categories
It lav In state, to Chacarita cem- | possible way to save this free but added that "prices in restau-
eterv five miles awav. As the Dro- world."
cession emerged 'rom the build- wh(?n ^ former ; g Com.
mander hi Germany completed Tne biggest slash 2:
his Impromptu speech, the Sen- was Ior kerosn
ators sat In silence until a gavel | Tne ltat of products wa, -
,. rapped, adjourning the historic lengthy one. It included a 15 per
syndicate whose officers called hearings which began two weeks cent cut ln the pr)ce of bread
the strike as-alhst La Prensa but ago. |and bread products; 10 per
lne. crowds, ln the street sang
the National anthem and shout-
ed "Long live La Prensa."
Many of those shoutlmr ln the
crowd were members of the nress
rants,, dining rooms, cafe and
other catering establishments
shall be lowered accordingly."
who have remained loyal to the
newsDsner throughout the con-
flict with the newsvendors.
tomorrow .
Meantime the oro-Government posing resolutions.
The two committees-will oe- |per cent ior cIgarets and tobac.
gin a series of closed sessions |co; 15 p.,. cent for makhorka a
tomorrow to consider two on- rough tobacco,
posing resolutions. One. spoft-| Ten per cent for vodka, cog-
Matlands east of Seoul but were newsDaoer La Eooca printed a sored by Democratic leaders, en- nac and otner ]jQuors. 21 ner
driven back across the river af- front page editorial aealnst La d0rses President Harry Truman's I Cfnt for sait- 15 Der Vent for
leradvanclng a mile prensas vine. "If(they want war |plan ^ commit six U. S. dlvi-:ioap and products- 10
' thLsha" naie 'i*"" to the Atlantic Pact De- cent Ior tea and coffee
Other rro-Government news-fense force headed by Gen.
oaners have assailed La Prensa;Dwlght d. Elsenhower,
charelnsr that the newspaper
The renewed central offensive
got awav soon after dawn un-
der a bright sun.
Totals............J6 0 0
Gamboa AB R H
Ryter, ss.......... 3 1 il
Morris. 3b.......... 2 1 0'
Metcilf. lb.......... 3 0 0
Magee. c............ 1 l 01
Hope, cf............ 2 t 1
Seise, p............ 2 0 0
Henderson. 2b........ 2 0 0
Herring. If.......... 2 0 1
Powell, rf.......... 0 0 0
Drlscoll, rf......... 0 0 0
Totals............17 4 3
Umpires: Parker and Soyster.
In the "E" League contest.
Coach Jackson's team defeated
Al Corsale'8 Gamboa Chevrolet
team, 8 to 6. in a hard fought
came. Gamboa staged a four-run
rally ln the last inning but this
was not enough as Million bore
down to retire the side And win
the came.
Mi'llon and McGrlff were the
battery for the visitors while Bill
Flgel. Helme Seise and Red Dais-
ey were the battery for the Gam-
coa Chevrolet team. Jackson and
McGrlff hit home runs to lead
the visitors' attack.
United States Superfortresses
pounded Communist commun-
ications and targets in North
Korea in a series of 24-hour
round the clock bombardments
while land and carrier based
fighter-bombers raked troop
positions and transport targets
in the first good weather for
pressured emoloves to provoke
violence acnlnst the r-ewsvendor-.s
The other, sponsored by Sen-
ate GOP floor leader Kenneth
Four United States F-80 shoot-
ing Stars damaged three Rus-
sian made Mig-15 lets ln a 10
minute dogfight with 12 Russian
jets, at 30,000 feet over 8lnulju.

whi"h resulted in Nez' death. g wherry r. Neb., calls for
The Urited States embossv said hol(.illlt up' the troop movement |
American Oorresnondent Frank:._,,, ^nnffrp-w arts It is sud-
Shea and British Photoeraoher ^"tLh" Se,f Robert A Taft R
nectlon with what thev saw and divisions Europe will raise.
whnt nictures they took at the i clay warned that any such
JoTThu ? T TSSfda*I; ratio system would be "galling"
Meanwhile In Mexico Cltv the t European allies and would
directors of the Inter-Amen>an ..wlD_ 0Vr the very spirit of
'00 newsoaoer members, apreed ,,nr1 Ptt_t was lesioned to
to Investate the 14-month shut- '*"" p"
down of the Argentine newsnaoer Lrc"tc
W Intransigente by President
Juan Peron's government.
The directors accepted a for-
mal denunciation of the Arsren-
West Makes Plans
For New Germany
Before Rearming
"I Just don't believe you can
value ireedom and allies on the
basis of two divisions to one dl-
Year Cadillac t Pontiac Dealer
tine Oo-ernme" hv Intransigen- ""'on'..orencd1,llars.,Tagal"sL^'
te Publisher Michel Torino, of dollar- heJfd n 'Si1"?
Suit*. Argentina, who comolaln- .fe tlt ^ 'nK t0, SO-00.0. tf
ed that "persecution" forced him them to lose their lives the first
to rease mibliratlon and appeal nth. ,oi a warl 4nd"ot 50"
to the association for heln. 1000 of ours, because they are
A sookesman said Pernn will be oing to have far more than we no signs of being in a hurry to
asked to cooperate In the nrohe are on that spot." start taking about the political
but the asoc'n'lon "win invest- "Let's give them credit. Let s |remodelling job which would
gate even If the Arzentlne Oiv- give them a chance to prove mean sovereignty for Western
eminent refuses to cooperate." 'themselves. 'Germany.
BONN, Mar. 1 (UP) The
Western occupation powers ara
ready to negotiate with Chancel-
lor Konrad Adenauer on self
government for Western Ger-
many without waiting for any
German decision on rearma-
The British. French and Unit- '
ed States High Commissioners
expressed this willingness to go
ahead now in a memorandum to
Adenauer listing more than 30
problems which must be solved
before reaching a "contractual
arrangement" which will legal-
ly end the Western powers' oc-
cupation of Germany.
The memorandum was deli-
vered to the chancellery two
days ago but Adenauer showed

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'Big Coal 'Asks
Lewis To Set Up
Non-Union Mines
NEA Washington Correspondent
PeaceAccording to Uncle Joe
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Tk. Ms ***~r~ ^ ZtSm^^rJ^^ u
Ltttsr, srs rssiYS1 araisiulr as srs miwsm mm t ^ LewJs. UnUe<1 Mlne Work.
* .^ ,,.. w ;..,ii,i it m sscin't sssssr ers want to get rid o the lorver-
H ,.- sMbrts totet ejt be "*/ **""1 ""* priced competition from non-
hkI aWv. Lstfsn src subltshsal hi His orost rcsnse.
r&Ji>r, is kss Iks lettsf. Hs*M on. sofl. ta*fc.
IssnlilY S> WfSf wiHsr. U ksM in itrklsst cSMiUe"fs. mmlmUm.
,>ltimd s tartars rraas rsastets.
force behind John L. Lewis' re-
cently announced drive to
unionize the unorganised coal
miners comes from the big coal
mine operators themselves.
The reason for this Is that
union mined coal.
Because the operator's of
unorganized mines do.i t
have to pay 30 cents a ton
royalty to UMW jor pen-
sions and welfare fund, they
can undersell union-mined
coal are usually lower. This
gives non-union mined coal
a further price advantage.
Big coal has been urging
Lewis to start an organizing
drive In the non-union mines
for some time. For reasons of
his own, Lewis has bided his
time. But now he has two good
arguments to use in persuading
the unorganized miners to come
into his union.
The first Is that he has Just
obtained a contract from the
operators giving his union a 20-
cents-an-hOur increase In pay.
This brings basic pay In the
UMW mines to $18.35 a day. This
Is over $2 an hour and it Includ-
es portal-to-portal payments.
Second good talking point for
UMW organizers is chat last
March Lewis obtained another
contract which raised royalty
payments made by the operators
to the union from 20 cents to 30
cents a ton. This money will
give UMW members increased
pensions and health and wel-
fare benefits enjoyed by few
To finance the organizing
drive, Lewis has announced an
assessment of $20 a member. Iih
announcement said this was to
"build up financial bulwarks to
ward oft onslaughts from our
adversaries." That tells only
EDITORS NOTE: 8ener LttgsvtoU *.* *?*?
wlooM pMflmlp published *%$
Hsa Republic of Paaema has offered the former u"""-
SUte?Sxbe at HtoHit to tbe UnitedI Nation,.for the
r?rp*c .f trartng traaps.and that the attar was officially
knowledge by the International organisation.
weTtr, we are uintof his Utter since his views may be
sf possible Interest to onr readers.
be deeply felt all over the world.
Btalin VUhinsky and others have stated quite bluntly what
all of us, whether we live In Chicago or Chepo.
The United States la at P**^Varri%I^thMo5!?i?F*tW
the leree majority there is only token assistance and flimsy
offer.f of intangible aid, that, if honestly put, would sound some-
thing like this:
"All rlaht Uncle Sam. we want to help. We can offer you a
thousand men for this Korean business. All you have to do ta
cun"hem of their current Illnesses iof both body and mtadi .feed
mem DeUer than they've ever been led be ore-give: them better
clothes than they've ever worn before, train them. and. of course,
pay them well."
Too much of this sort of thing has been goingon. too many
offers of help, which, when boiled down mean nothtag. It looks
good, emblazoned on the front pages of the J^.KeJS-JSlK? part of the story,
good when pouring forth from the gullet pi a Polished POlU'co
But it puU nomen in front of the Communists, and that is where
they are needed.
The Republic of Panama finds itself ldellty eituated and
equipped to make an offer that would PROVE beyond any shadow
of doubt, it's sincere desire to materially assist in the world fight
for freedom. Panama can set an example that might conceivably
be followed by other nations. It Is so simple that It Is surprising
that it hasn't already been done.
Panama can say, to the free world via radio and press, and
directly to the United Nations, by swiftest messenger >-You are
at liberty to use the old Air Force base at RIO HATO, for training
of Latin American troops, and for defense sum BiereiB
no strings attached, and no complicating Qualifications. There
will be no charge for the use of this base for the purposes men-
tioned above. There will be no time limit. The base may be
used until It Is no longer required."
A free, sincere offer such as this could possibly disentangle
some of the diplomatic bottlenecks, and leave the way clear for
Immediate action. A direct, forthwith offer like this could swiftly
bypass red faces and past errors. Sovereignty would not be af-
fected in any manner, since the statement merely demonstrates
to all the world that Panama Is readv to step up and take Its
place with the rest of the civilized world In a united strike for
I based on a survey of only the
This base Is centrally located in the heart of Latin America, larger mines.
It Is easily accessible, by air. land or sea. It has excellent year-
round weather conditions. It Is near United States Army Installa-
tions (In the Canal Zone) from which instructors and supplies
could be obtained. It's 8000 foot runway could easUy be made
ready for use by practically aM types of aircraft. Dense jungle,
rugged mountains, and rolling plains are available for varied
types of terrain training. Some of the buildings on the base
could be repaired and used; other necessary structures of a tem-
porary type could be erected quickly and economically. Con-
siderable housing is already available nearby, together with
healthful recreational facilities. It Is undoubtedly THE MOST
LOGICAL PLACE to train Latin American troops. And It Is In-
stantly available for Immediate use!
How much of a bulwark
this S20 head tax will yield
is something of a well-con-
cealed if not delibratela
concealed mystery. UMW, iu
its affidavits filed during
the contempt trial of John
L. Lewis a couple of years
ago, claimed 650,000 mem-
bers. This broke down into
150,000 in the union's catch-
all "District 0," 25/100 in
Canada, 75,000 in the anth-
racite fields and 400,000 in
bituminous fields. Twentu
dollars from 500,000 miners
would yield $10 million.
The Bituminous Coal Instl
tute's 1950 handbook, however,
Building Morals
By Bruce Biossat
THE shocking New York basketball scandal
may serve some purpose If It awakens parents,
educators and citizens generally to the condi-
tion of present-day college athletics.
Everybody has been uttering loud moans, with
overtones of sueprlse that this could happen to
our boys." Yet anyone who troubles to take a
sober look at college sports shouldn't be surpris-
ed at all.
Football and basketball are the prime Items
on the college agenda; almost everywhere today
they're on the big spectacle scale. The crowds
are huge, the box office "take" is the same, and
the players disport like Roman gladiators In
spacious arenas.
With the platoon system now In vogue, field-
ing a football team today involves heavy ex-
penditure. To make it pay off, a college needs
1 a winner. Sports-mad Americans like a winner
and they won't for long support a loser.
TO get winning teams, the colleges bid for
playing talent In a frankly professional way:
high school youngsters are offered all sorts of
!*i?,H?,e.!'e "e,?nl 375' "ien!inducements to choose one school over another.
regularly employed and Pay-
rolls report, estimates 407.U00
soft coal miners and 74.000 hard
coal miners employed at the
end of the year. This total nf
481,000 is probably as good an
estimate as any, though it is
Can the Republic of Panama AFFORD to make such a gener-
ous offer? Would the free offer o RIO HATO be a great sac-
rflce* Here Is what could happen:
Hundreds of Panamanians would quickly find remunerative
tabs on the international training base, which would be followed
y an lmmediat/; upsurge of business. The current economic
situation would be eased. The Republic of Panama would become
better acquainted with other Latin American countries, which
would naturally result In more commerce between them. Past
diplomatic blunders would be forgotten, in this new. Important
international enterprise, which would pave the wav for future
more favorable dealings and treaties. Panama would enloy the
admiration and resnect of the rest of the western world, who
would plainly see that she Is dolne all her oosslble In the new
fight for freedom that we have all Inherited. Could something;
be called a sacrifice that would rean such h harvest? Obviously.
Panama cannot afford NOT to make the offer!
Perhaps the United Nations would not accent the offer. How-
ever, this possibility should not deter or delav Panama in maklnc
It. loudly, plalnlv. and. If necessarv. reoeatedlv. RIO HATO h~-
too manv advantasren of International importance to he Marbt'f
disregarded. If the United Nations Is composed of panetlpal men
Interested In tr!nln" I tin American troona In THU MORt
LOGICAL SPOT, there will be little hesitation. And If they are
not practical men. mav God heln us all
This still gives no estimate of
union and non-union coal min-
ers. United Mine Workers head-
quarters In Washington claims
that in normal peace times, the
Industry Is 92 to 94 per cent or-
ganized. The rival Progressive
Mine Workers Union claims 28,-
000 members, but may have .a.
fewer. -
In boom times, like World
Wars I and II and now. a lot ol
Seor Larcavista.
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Compafila Internacional de Servo. S. A................. s>'.
fomoaAia de Lefevre. S. A (Common! ................. S1,
Compaa da Lefevre. S. A. (Prefe-re-tl .................. 1
Compaa Panamefi-i de Acelle. S A .................. SS
Clay Product Company ..........................
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National Brewery. S. A............................. SS
National PMIIIera. S A........................... -
Panamerlean Oranxe Cmah Co (Common) ............ Si
Panamerlcan Oraruie Crwh Co iPr-'erredi .......... SS
Panam Power A Lleht Comnanv (Common I .......... Si
Panam Power St Urht Cormnnv (Preferred) .......... 4<
Panam Coca-Cola Bottlm* Company .................. S'i
Panam Truat Comnanv. Inc ............. -
San remando Clinic ............. 7
Storey CnaJneerlnc. S A ................... -
J'"Taa .el Chaire S A (Co"nori ............... -
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are family, wagon mines, or
truck mines with two or five
employes and only a ton or two
a day per man production, as
compared with 20 to 25 tons a
day In the mechanized mines.
These marginal mines are
scattered all the way from
Washington state to the Chesa-
peake Bay, and there's no tell-
ing how much coal they pro-
duce or how many men they
employ. These are the centers
where UMW's new organizing
drive will concentrate, however,
to stabilize the Industry by
boosting wages and consum-
ers' prices along with them, \ll-
minatlng non-union competi-
From a tonnage stand-
point, there is one figure
that may be revealing United
- Mine Workers Journal for
Aug. IS, 1949, reported ro-
yalty receipts from the op-
erators of $90491,906. This
was for the year July, 1941,
to June, 1949. At 20 cents a
ton, this would mean 450
million tons of union mined
coal that year.
U. S. Bureau of Mines report
that In this same period 571 mil-
lion tons of coal were mined. On
this basis, it would mean 121
million tons of non-union mined
coal, or about 21 per cent of to-
tal output. UMW estimates there
are only 50 million tons of non-
union production. Producers put
It at 100 million tons.
If the lowest of the above es-
timates 50 million tons of
non-union production Is ac-
cepted, and If each non-union
miner produces five tons a day.
working 200 days a year, it
would account for 1000 tons per
man. And It would mean 50,-
000 non-union miners to be or-
They get jobs that pay without work, cars, ath-
letic scholarships. They are treated as com-
modities In only slightly less degree than pro-
fessional baseball players. They are the raw
material for a grand production that is com-
mercial In almost every respect.
It's not much different with basketball, espe-
cially since many leading teams have taken to
playing in off-campus arenas like Madison
Square Garden and the Chicago Stadium.
All of this development has been sanctioned
b- most colleges, usually on the ground that the
big-money sports paid for all other campus ath-
letics. There seems no doubt of this, but edu-
cators and doting narents who liked to see their
youngsters In the limelight were too little dis-
turbed by the effect this was having on the kids.
What is a boy to think who sees himself vir-
tually a product on the market, who sees every-
body making money as result of the games he
Shoud he really be expected to draw the fine
Une between simon-pure competition and selling
his services for whatever they'll bring?
TO some of the more thoughtful youngsters,
the idea may never occur that the grown-ups
haven't been setting too godd an example in
correct moral behavior. Sordid tales of govern-
ment by political favor i touching even the
White House i, disclosures of gambling activities
on a big scale in city after city, political cor-
ruption in New York, Philadelphia. Pittsburgh.
Chicago and other centers, these do not exact-
ly make for a healthy moral atmosphere.
The kids Involved in this basketball mess did
wrong, very wrong. But they and countless
others like them have been encouraged to do
wrong by elders who have been often extremely
lax in observing moral standards, and utterly
careless of the impact of their laxity on the
moral upbringing of the nation's youth.
Parents and educators had better worry first
about building soundly moral young men. and
second about getting the money to support ln-
tra-mural fencing, squash and la crosse teams.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON."They're all acting like pigs."
These are the bitter words of a disgusted mo-
margjnal mines open up1 Some biilzation official who has watched with dismay
the scramble for special privilege which Is go-
ing on as mobilization gets under way. This
vast collective Insult was of course an exaggera-
tion. But It is enough to suggest why mobiliza-
tion chief Charles E. Wilson's much-publicized
buttle with organized labor Is only a prelude to
further battles with agriculture and business.
The significant thing about the row with la-
bor is that all the issues ostensibly in dispute
are essentially fake issues. Sensible labor lead-
ers agree in private that the proposed 10 per
cent wage rise limit which is actually great-
er than the increase in the cost of living Is
not really so outrageous as they make out in
public. ,_ ,
They also privately agree that Secretary of
Labor Maurice Tobln has no real business run-
ning the whole man power requirements of the
nation, including such matters as military de-
ferments and inductions; and moreover that
Tobin himself is something less than a genius.
As for the third ostensible issue, the appoint-
ment of' a labor official on Wilson's staff, Wil-
son offered this concession long ago. He has
how renewed the offer. In a notably conciliatory
reply to the letter in which the labor leaders
virtually called him a liar. So this can hardly
be rated a real Issue either.
The real issues go deeper. For one thing, la-
bor feels that President Truman has not paid
off for labor support In 1948. When they talk
about Truman, the labor men sound rather like
Lear "How sharper than a serpent's tooth
it is to have a thankless child.' There are other
complications, like Jealousy of John L. Lewis.
But the basic motivation of the labor revolt Is
very simple. The labor men are convinced that
business and agriculture have Jostled Into a fa-
vored position at the mobilization trough, and
labor wants to get It* share while the getting
The fact Is that business and the farmers
have by and large been no more eager than la-
bor to accept anythln smacking of sacrifice, in
the national interest. Wilson is perfectly aware
of this, which Is why his battle with labor is
only a first round. The second round, this time
with agriculture, has In fact already started
within the Administration, and it will soon be
fought out on the public stage of Congress
The powerful farm organizations have taken
the stand that the parity formula Is sacrosanct,
-nd that thev will fight to the last ditch
against anv attempt to amend the mobilization
law to permit control of any food prices below
parity. This means, according to the estimates
of Wilsons staff, that food prices will climb an
average 5 per cent before they can be control-
led. This In turn will reinforce demands for
higher wages, to the point where the process of
spiralling prices might get wholly out of hand.
Wilson Is determined that this shall not hap-
He therefore proposes to go to Congress very
soon and demand authority to control certain
food prices below parity, inevitably. Agriculture
Secretary Charles Brannan Is lighting this pro-
posal, it Is likely that President Truman will
support Wilson in the end. and that Wilson will
therefore soon be involved in another unholy
row. this time with the farm organizations and
the Congressional farm bloc.
as for business, Wilson and his chief aids, de-
spite their reputation as conservatives, have
been looking with a very fishy eye at certain
business practices. Almost five billion defense
dollars, according to Economic Stabilizer Eric
Johnston, have already gone down the drain
because of higher prices charged to the Defense
Department. This cannot possibly be accounted
for wholly in terms of higner costs. For many
defense items, the Dfeense Department has in
effect been subject to a sort of police holdup.
Many businesses are rei using to bid on defense
orders, simply because the civilian market Is
more lucrative.
Wilson Is determined to deal with this sort
of thing. Moreover, he is convinced that In
many cases amortization rates are much too
high, in effect permitting industry to build new
plants at the expenes of the taxpayer, and he
intends to deal with this matter also. Thus a
third Wilson battle, this time with business, is
also In prospect.
No nation can embark on a great rearma-
ment program and maintain its standard of liv-
ing absolutely Intact. Yet the tragedy of the
present situation Is that Wilson and his advisers
are deeply convinced that only a little self-de-
nial will get the national economy back on an
even keel In only about a year and a half. This
country's fabulous productive capacity will then
make it possible to carry the double load of cl-1
vlllan demand and a great defense effort. Yet
If labor, agriculture and business continue to
"act like pigs." while the government follows an
Inflationary money policy- the end may well be
real disaster. At least the country Is fortunate
In a mobilization chief who. although he can
certainlv make mistakes, consults the national
interest first and foremost, and is not afraid of
a fight.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
qhe v(fvSiw6toh
Drew Pearson says: Priceless musical manuscripts believed
stolen by Russians; Frostbite victims will get Purple
Heart; Sen. Tatt recommends plan to stop inflation.
WASHINGTON.It hasn't been publicised, but some of the
most priceless musical manuscripts in the world appear to jtvfc
b"n stolen by the Russians from the State Library of Berlin.
These include the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven; also Mo-
jar t opera "The Magic Flute" and a Mendelssohn oratorio. "The
Elijah. The Ninth Symphony Is especially valuable, being the last
that Beethoven wrote, and having notes on the margin in which
Beethoven talks of the brotherhood of man.
These priceless manuscripts were In the State Library of Ber-
lin when the Russians entered the city. But, despite several yetn
of search by Carleton Smith, director of the National Arts Foun-
dation, they are still missing.
Smith, who has restored many Important musical manu-
scripts to their rightful places since the War, learned from the
custodian of the State Library that the Russians had taken tn
three missing manuscripts to a Benedictine Monastery at Grussau
in Silesianow Poland. Smith wrote the monastery, but got no
answer. He also Induced Trygve Lie, Secretary-General of the
United Nations, to write, with similar result. "5
Finally, Smith himself managed to get a visa to enter Poland,
and visited the monastery. There he found that the monks had
been banished, and no one knew anything about the prectotu
Journeying to Rome, Smith Interviewed the Pope, who put
him in touch with the former head abbot of the monastery Wlthm
Smith located at Bad Wimpfen in Germany. "T7
Abbot Schmidt remembered vividly that members of the Red
Army had come to the monastery, packed up certain manuscripts
and other valuables which had arrived from Berlin, and carried
them off "to the east." <'
That is as far as the manuscripts have been traced. Since
then, Smith has written a letter to Stalin, asking that the works
of Beethoven, Mozart and Mendelssohn be returned, but has.not
received an answer. '^
The Korean winter has been so severe that the Defense'De-
partment, for the first time in history, will award the Purple
Heart for frostbite. This will affect 5,308 frostbite casualties, who
often suffered more than the wounded but who otherwise would
not have been entitled to the Purple Heart. ,,,
During the Battle of the Bulge in World War II, many G.I.'s
lost arms and legs from frostbite. Yet they were never authorized
to wear the Purple Heart, because of the technicality that they
were not wounded in battle.
However, the 5,300 G.I.'s and Marines, who were victims of
the Korean winter, demonstrated the same heroism and sacrifice
as those who fell from Communist bullets. As a result, the De-
fense Department has at last recognized the Purple Heart' Tor
Senator Taft was either a brave man or else speaking strictly
off-the-record when he offered some ideas on how to lick Infla-
tion at a recent closed-door session of the Joint Committee on the
Economic Report. What he said was not calculated to endear
him to three powerful voting groupsfarmers, veterans and labor.
Nevertheless, here are his proposals:
1. Workers' overtime pay should be taken away in taxes.
2. Farmers' prices should be lowered.
3. Veterans should not receive another O.I. Insurance dU
Regardless of the economics involved, these proposals are
good examples of how not to get elected President In 1B52.
Nevertheless, Taft advocated them In characteristically blunt
language at the congressional closed-door meeting. Here are ex-
cerpts from the testimony:
Reviewing the Inflationary dangers of stepped-up production,
Leon Keyserllng, the President's Chief Economic Adviser, otosery-
ed: "Now you come to the question how do you say tb* people for
the longer hours (of work). Let's suppose you pay them at the
regular rate. You still have through the process of working long-
er hours an increase in your total wage earnings. So you get'thai
inflationary adding of billions of dollars to the wage stream even
if you don't pay time and a half."
"Take it away In taxes," blurted Taft.
"It Is a question of how far to go In taxes." cautioned Keyser-
llng, who had already urged a stiff tax program.
Taft also complained about high farm prices.
"What can we do about farm prices?" he demanded. "I saw
a statement In the paper this morning to the effect that corn,
wheat and most of the things are still below parity. I wondered
"Well, parity is the ratio to the cost of what the farmer
must buy," explained Chairman Joe O'Mahoney of Wyoming, "and
so, when your industrial prices rise, your parity necessarily
must rise." ""
"I have always regarded parity as a fair picture of what.tha
farmer ought to get compared to other prices, but hare we got.
parity too high?" Insisted Taft.
"The farm support program, as I understand It, was basic-
ally an effort to get for the farm population a larger share of
the national Income than they would get under automatic opera-
tion of the market. Whether right or wrong, that is what It was.
I happen to think it was right." explained Keyserllng. "Now ttie
Interesting thing Is that everybody starts looking at the Rricis
rather than the income. When you look at It on the farmjn-
come side, you are faced with the problem thatwhile it is true
you have a problem of moving farm priceswe stlllcannot honest-
ly say that farmers' Incomes have gone up."
"Isn't It true that there was a drop In proportion of farm
Income this year?" asked Alabama's Sen. John Sparkman.
"Yes." broke In O'Mahoney. "That Is fully set forth ln^Wf
various tables here." *
"On December 15 farmers were receiving 108 per cent patl/k
on the average. So there has been a steady Increase this year
from 95 per cent of parity to 108 per cent," Taft argued.
"Yes, but that 108 per cent has been reached by a relatively
few farm products that have gone far beyond parity." shot <*ac*
Sparkman. "We might use the same Illustration In the lndus,rtgj
field. We don't hesitate to let the lower groups raise their Income
to catch up with the cost of living. I take It there will be no
great protest against the 20 per cent wage Increase in coal. I .am
just guessing...'' -/
"Yes, Just guessing," snapped Taft. Then he added: "I would
say that under present prices, farmers are certainly prosperous.
I have been through every rural county in Ohio this year. They
are well off. There Is no question about that."
Mr. Republican also got his dander up over passing' out (
insurance dividends to the veterans. .
"The doubtful thing is this business of passing out cash
dividends in such large amounts which is now proposed for the
second tima." objected Taft. "I never have understood that policy.
It seems to me at best It should have been funded In some way
so as to Increase the benefit by some other thing than tash. We
passed ovr two billon dollars In cash here Just at the time be-
fore the Korean war helped start the inflation. I never under-
stood the principle under which It was done. We were never
Thus, "at one meeting. Taft managed to tangle with laboiy
farmers and veterans. Maybe he's too honest to run for President.
(Copyright, 1951. by the Bell Syndicate, inc.)
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WOJG Buelah S. Cayton, right, of Three
7448th All WAC Detachment, Fort Clayton, wa
February 19, by Capt. Rayna Anderson, Comm
lield In the detachment commander's oflce.
Warrant Officer Cayton enlisted in the
Moines, Iowa, and was later stationed at Dayt
Fort Monroe, Va.. Camp Atterbury, Ind., and
Zone in April 1949.
While on the Isthmus she has received
ed the Military Justice course. She is a Erad
and attended Chicago's DePaul University. S
Mich., and wife of SFC Cleo C. Cayton of "B"
WO Cayton wears the WAAC, Good Cond
dation ribbons.
Oaks, Michigan, formerly first sergeant of the
s presented with her Warrant Officer bars on
anding Officer, WAC Det.. in a brief ceremony
WAAC in 1942 taking her basic training at Des
ona Beach, Fia. Other assignments included
Fort Lee. Va., before she arrived on the Canal
credit hours in Chemical Warfare and complet-
uate of Englewood High School, Chicago, 111.,
he is the daughter of Al Simpson, Three Oaks,
Battery, 903rd, AAA Bn., Fort Clayton,
uct, American Theater, Victory and Commen-
War In Blitz Age Won't Wait
For Debates, Congress Told
Congress was told today that Its
constitutional power to declare
war doesn't mean much in this
dav of sneak blitzes.
Administration lessal experts
presented a 27-oage document to,
the Senate Foreign Relations and
Armed Services Committee deal- :
lng with the realities of war In
the second half of the 20th Cen-
The document was designed to
upport President Truman's con- '
tention shamly disputed by
Sen. Robert A. Taft, R O.that
he has authority to commit U. S.
military forces without prior Con- .
gressional approval.
"Use 0' the Congressional pow-
er to declare war," the document
said, "has fallen Into abeyance
because wars are no longer de-
clared In advance.
"The constitutional power of,
the commander-ln-chief has L
been exercised more often be-
cause the need for armed inter-
national action has grown more
The horse-and-buggy era In
which the constitution was writ-
ten has given way. the legal ex-
perts said, to a "breath-takln"
rapidity In the tempo of history."
"Repelling aggression in Korea
or Europe." they concluded,
"cannot wait upon Congressional
Other Congressional develop-
TroopsGen. Lucius D. Clay,
disagreeing with former Presi-
dent Herbert Hoover, called for
quick buildup of U.S. and Euro-
pean forces In the Atlantic Pact
Defense'Army. The former Amer-
ican military commander In Ger-
many asserted at a Senate hear-
ing that Russia will start a war
whenever she thinks the odds as-
sure her victory.
DraftGen. J. Lawton Collins
told the House Armed Services
Truman Urges Red Cross Aid
As CZ Goal Set At $25,000
Tooay murks the beginning of
the 1951 American Red Cross
Fund Campaign, which will con-
tinue through the month o
March. The goal to be raised by
the Canal Zone Chapter Is *25,-
In Washington. President Har-
ry S. Truman Issued the follow-
ing proclamation designating
March as Red Cross Month:
JWHEREAS the American Na-
tional Red Cross, chartered by
th* Congress as a voluntary a-
tency. of the American peopie,
ha accepted important new re-
sponsibilities In the present na-
ttonaremergency, at the request
of tBCGovernment; and
"WHEREAS this organization
must continue to provide vitally
needed services to the members
of our expanding armed forces in
military installations and hospi-
tals around i he world, as well as
to their families, and to war vet-
erans and their depeudents; and
"WHEREAS the Red Cross is
expanding Its facilities across the
Nation to meet any eventuality,
while continuing to aid the unloi-
tunal e victims of fire, flood, tor-
President Urges
Hiking Postal Rales
To Meet High Costs
' WASHINGTON. Mar. 1. (U?)
President Harry Truman has ask-
ed Congress to increase postal
revenues by $361.000.000 a year
partly by hiking penny postcaicis
to two cents and doubling rates
on newspapers, magazines and
advertising circulars.
In a special message to Con-
gress, he also called for higher
rales on special delivery, regis-
tered, insured and C.O.D. mall.
The changes are essential, he
aid. to "correct the present un-
sound condition of of postal re-
The house voted a $130,000.000
mail rate increase last year but
the measure died in the Senate.
Mr. Truman's new request is
far more drastic. He said, how-
ever, that Increasing red Ink
spending by the Post Office De-
partment during recent years
its been met from general reve-
"Or. to put it more bluntly, the
eneral taxpayer has been giv-
lg large subsidies to certain us-
ers of the postal system." i.e
Noting that his budget for the
s^s^HSbt beginning next Julv
provides for a $361.000,000 in-
crease In postal revenues, lie
warti that failure to raise that
nado and other catastrophes;
"WHEREAS. In addition to Its
duties of providing for the nor-
mal blood needs of the ill and in-
jured in our civilian population,
The Red Cross.has been designa-
ted the national coordinating a-
gency in a program for the pro-
' curemen of vast quantities of
blood and for the stock-piling of
I blood plasma for defense purpos-
es; and
"WHEREAS, the Red Cross, in
this time of national emergency,
has been asked to train millions
in health and safety skills, and
to recruit additional thousands
of workers In its vast network of
3.738 chapters located in every
county of our land; and
"WHEREAS, the Red Cross is
appealing for voluntary contribu-
tions amounting to $85.000,000 as
the minimum goal needed to car-
ry out these additional assign-
ments during the coming fiscal
year, as well as to continue Us
regular health and welware serv-
ices for the protection of our
RY S. TRUMAN, President of the
United States of America and
Honorary Chairman of the Ame-
rican National Red Cross, do
hereby designate the month of
March 1951 as Red Cross Mc/itn;
and I urge every American '.o
respond during that month as
generously as possible to the ur-
gent need of this humanitarian
have hereunto set my hand ano
caused the Seal of the Uniied
States of America to be affixed."
amount will mean "even higher
taxes" to balance the budget.
The President's budget shows
a postal deficit of $480,000.000 for
the current fiscal year and $521,-'
000,000 for the year beginning
July 1 without any rate increase, j
Mr. Truman said the deficit
should not be wiped out com- i
pletely, because some of it pays
for "general purposes of the retl-
eral Government" such as Feder-
al :nail and airline subsidies. He'
estimated these costs at about
$160.000.000 for fiscal 1952.
But he added that the bulk of
the 1852 deficitsome $361.000,-
000will come from providing
postal service for non-govern-
ment users.
"There Is no good reason for
taxing our people to pay these
ecsts." Mr. Truman said. "Postal
rates should be raised enough to
cover them."
The Chief Executive said more
detailed proposals will be sub-
mitted later by Postmaster Gen- j
eral Jesse M. Donaldson.
Committee it mav be necessary to
call two more National Guard
divisions to duty late this year.
The Army chief of staff was an-
swering Congressional critics who
feel the 18-year-old draft is un-
necessary as long as guardsmen
pnd reservists are available for
Military TrainingSens. Ed-
win C. Johnson, D., Colo., and
John W. Brlcker, R.. O.; asked
the Senate to eliminate univer-
sity military training provisions
from the 18-year-old draft bill.
Disarmament Twenty-three
Congressmen asked President
Truman to seek complete disar-
mament through the United Na-
tions and keep pressing for it an-
tll all nations accept It.
CrimeThe Senate Crime Com-
mittee in a report on its inves-
tigations said the country har-
bors at least two powerful and I
wealthy crime syndicates and
that Charles ("Lucky") Luciano
umpires their conflicts.
Postal RatesRep. Tom Mur-!
ray, D., Tenn., Introduced a bill'
to hike postal rates by $163,000.-
000 a year. It contains recommen- ]
dations made by President Tru-
IndiaThe House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee aoproved in
substance the Administration bill,
'o send 2.000,000 tons of grain to '
famine-stricken India.
Finance The House Senate
Economic Committee unanimous-1
lv recommended nav-as-vou-ero
financing of the national defense '
Pact ArmySen. Tom Connal-
lv. D., Tex., said the United States '
has not done "an Infernal thing!
yet" to help the Atlantic Pact
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NEA SUM Correspondent
hind the Screen: The latest word
from Judy Garland's board of
strategy Is that she'll duck movie
making for six months and ac-
cept a London Palladium singing
date as a "tonic." The six-month
layoff will also give her a chance
to shed all that poundage in easy
stages rather than another
nerve-Jumping diet...Now Hol-
lywood is even ducking Holly-
wood. The Bob Hope-Blng Cros-
by comedy, "The Road to Holly-
wood" Is In the ashcan. Replace-
ment: "The Road to Ball." High
or low?

Marquee double-feature le-
"All About Eve" and "Three
Desperate "Men."

Edmond O'Brien will play a
priest in Frank Seltzer's "The
Kansas City Story"based on the
Pendergast machine. There's a
whisper that President Truman's
name will be woven Into the

There's a sany screenwriter
who's telling pals that now that
Burt Lancaster is about to star in
"Ten Tall Men," he Is planning to
write the story of Mickey Roon-
ey's.Ufe and call It "Three Tall
Women".. .Rosemarle Bow. "Miss
Tacoma of 195oy* is in town for a
movie career.
Janet Leigh's big ambition for
1951 is a Broadway musical. "I've
had some interesting offers,," she
told me on the set of "Two Tick-
ets to Broadway," "and if I can
possibly find time and get per-
mission from MOM I'll have a
fling at the stage."
Marl Blanchard Is boiling over
the report that she and Louis
Hayward are headed for the al-
tar. BentleyRyan, ex of Marguer-
ite Chapman, she insists, is No. 1
in her whirl book and she's never
even met Hayward.
Mike Connolly tells about the
disgruntled actor who hasn't
been getting sny radio jobs
who says he's found the perfect
torn bomb shelter. It's his
agent's office because "there
hasn't been any radio activity
there for years."
The grapevine buzz is that Ja-
nls Carter will be THE one to get
RKO's big star buildup this year.
She was just inked to a long-term
contract.. .Lloyd Bridges is pen-
ciled in for the role of the captain
who woos Jean Simmons In "An-
drocles and the Lion.".. .Dick
Powell Is set for a series of p.a.'s
to plug his new RKO thriller, "Cry
Danger." Wife June Allyson may
go along for the ride.
Betty Hutton's in Sarasota.
Fla., with "*The Greatest Show on
Earth" troup, and Ted Brlskln's
in Miami. No reconciliation,
though. Ted's visiting his two

Art Baker overheard It at a
fashion show: "Don't let her fig-
ure fool you. She's only a bird in
a girdled cage."
The Andrews Sisters are sched-
uled to eo before the cameras for
a TV pilot film this month. Lou
Levy, their manager, told me:
"The girls realize that TV is for
them only If they can do it on
film." Still on their record sched-
ule are platter dates with Robert
Mitchum and Errol Flynn.

"Of all Hollywood stars," says
Levy, "Mitchum sings the best
hot. Where he learned it, no-
body knows. He sings as good
jazz as anybody I know."

The wags are telling about the
actor who's made so many TV
pilot films that the Army Air
Force is thinking about giving
him his wings.

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren
Bacall have been advised not to
send for their young sprout Ste-
phen when they reach England
for Bogey's "The African Queen"
sequences. The flu epidemic.,.
Edgar Bergen claims his four-
year-old daughter, Candy, is the
nation's youngest airplane pilot.
He told me: "I let her handle the
controls for a second or two and
she did right well." Bergen buzees
around in the wild blue yonder in
a small one-engine job.

It shouldn't happen to a shane-
ly gam, but Marie 'MacDonald's
Bosomy Denise Says Hubby's
Whiskey Bath Is 'Last Straw'
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 1
(UP) Bosomy Denise Darcel,
the sultry Parisian actress, said
yesterday the whisky bath her
socialite husband gave her in a
New York night club was "too
much.. .It was the last straw."
Miss Darcel, whispering her
pronounced French accent be-
cause of laryngitis, said with
emotion that her husband, Peter
Crosby, "la a nice man and my
heart is broken."
"That business at El Morocco
(In New York) when he poured
whisky In my face was the cli-
max." she said. "It was the last
Miss Darcel, who Is here for an
engagement at the plush Clro's
nightclub, Instructed her attor-
ney to file suit in New York for
separation. She and Crosby were
married with "all ze trimmings"
at St. Patrick's Cathedral In New
York last Oct. 16.
"I guess maybe Peter Is too bu-
sy and I'm too busy," she said.
"My career and my health are in
danger. I never would have said
anything if it hadn't been for
what happuened in El Morocco.
"If that hadn't happened I
would try to make a go of It. But
that was the climax of several
things. It was too much.
"I want to be alone for a while
to see how I feel. I want to be
alone for a few months to make
him recollect himself and me.
"I want to be alone, so I am
getting a separation."
"I'm not thinking about a di-
vorce," she said, "But we both
have been under a terrible
However, Miss Darcel said she
had Instructed her attorney hi
New York, Aaron Frosch, to file
suit for separation Immediately.
She admitted she and Crosby had
been quarreling for the last two
The actress Is here for an en-
gagement at the plush Ciro
nightclub. She spent part of the
day on the beach trying to oakc
the soreness out of her throat
before goln gon stage tonight.
Frosch said In New York that
Miss Darcel "has described to me
various and many actions on Mr.
Crosby's part, climaxed by his
behavior last Friday night which,
according to her. makes It impos-
sible for her to continue to live
with him."
Doing All Right
SPOKANE, (UP) The local
Welfare administrator, Roland P.
Freeman, reported that one out
of eight Spokane County families
on relief owns an automobile.
Nationalist Chief i
Predicts Early
Return To Mainland
TAIPEI (Formosa), Mar. 1
(UP) Premier Chen Chong
predicted here today that with-
in a year the Chinese Natlonllsts
will be back in mainland China.
Speaking at a mass rally ob-
serving the first anniversary of
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's
return to the presidency Chen
told an estimated 000 listeners
"I am sure that one year from
today we wjll be celebrating this
occasion on the mainland."
Chen did not elaborate or go
into any of the military or po-
litical problems of a major
character involved in National-
sub-continent from Communism.
1st China's efforts to regain the
(:ca tie
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shinbone is scarred as a result of
a fall she took during rehearsals
of her Hollywood stage fling in
"Born Yesterday." Marie, who
went to the Mayo Clinic when in-
fection set in, told me at the Mo-
"And I'm afraid I'll carry the
scars for the rest of my life."
The Venus who's battling for
good roles Is still punching away.
"I'm stubborn," she says. "I'll sit
It out rather than do something
that's not right for me."
Shows Start at 1:M p.m.
As over-powering aa "Wutherlng
Heights".'.. As su.spenxfull as
The night Ellen went to the
Strange Dark House on the Cliff
MITCHUM In action... In a violent
drama I...
"Where Danger Lives"
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Also: Rita Hayworth, in
Plus: Another Sensational
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Robert Taylor, In
Also: Gene Kelly and
Frank Sinatra, In
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Robert Rockwell, in
John Carroll, In
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presentan desde hoy
"Si CaUUro
a las 7:15
Panama Amrica
tubera galvanizada
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Via Espaa 121 Tel. 1-1MS
Acusa Ecuador al Per de
violacin de su territorio
Sanorn las sirenas
de alerta en Fuerte
Amador esta tarde
El Ejrcito de los Estados
Unidos cantonado en la Zo-
na del Canal anunci que esta
tarde a las 5:15 habr una
(Pasa a la Ptina 5, Col. 3)
Mundial repudio provoca el
atentado contra "La Prensa"
Se alegan prdidas de vidas
en tiroteos en la frontera
La Cancillera Ecuatoriana rechaza de plano
protesta del Per
Se espera poderosa ofensiva rojalfe76dico8de,ulucho61,a;se9
V tratan con indignacin este
QUITO, Marzo lo.El Can-
ciller Neftal Ponce contesta
hoy a la Cancillera Peruana
sobre la protesta por la- muer-
te de dos soldados peruanos por
cazadores de cabezas diciendo
que "no existe fundamento al-
guno para la presuncin Inve-
rosmil que las autoridades
ecuatorianas ha entregado ar-
mas, y municiones a los jiba-
ro, y habindose comprobado
que el hecho ocurrido en te-
rritorio ecuatoriano el 9 de fe-
brero fu provocado y consu-
mado por un grupo de elemen-
tos pertenecientes al ejrcito
del Per, el Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores del Ecuador
expresa a nombre del Gobier-
no del Ecuador que no puede
aceptar la protesta presentada
por el Gobierno peruano, toda
ves 'que se basa en aconteci-
mientos que no comprometen
en manera alguna responsabi-
lidad del Ecuador y que por el
contrario, tanto los Informes
enviados por las autoridades
ecuatorianas como el tenor del
mismo memorndum de la Can-
cillera del Per, demuestra fe- sean devueltas a sus hogares."
Eisenhower llega a Londres
en rpido viaje sorpresivo
nacientemente no como sim-
ple infundada presuncin
que los soldados peruanos per-
tenecientes a la guarnicin del
Sub-Teniente Castro violaron
la soberana ecuatoriana al pe-
netrar ms de 30 kilmetros
en territorio del Ecuador y al
atacar en sus propias casas a
familias de Jbaros cuya nacio-
nalidad ecuatoriana es recono-
cida por el mismo memorndum
del Per."
El rechazo de la nota pe-
ruana por el Ecuador termina:
"Con estos antecedentes, el Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
expresa la formal protesta del
Gobierno del Ecuador ante el
Gobierno del Per por esas gra-
ves violaciones de derechos In-
herentes a la Soberana Ecua-
toriana y solicita se proceda in-
mediatamente a castigar a quie-
nes realizaron tal correra en
territorio ecuatoriano, dando
muerte a tres ecuatorianos y
a dictarse las providencias ne-
cesarias en orden que las mu-
jeres secuestradas por peruanos
Los minoristas piden que se
ponga coto al alza de precios
Enumeran lista
de los artculos
que son afectados
Slo la "ONU* es
la que preservar
la paz. dice T. Lie
QUITO, Mirto lo. (UP).
El Secretario General d las
Naciones Unidas, Trygve Lie
visit esta maana al presi-
dente Galo Plaza y en-,rueda
de periodistas declar que "la
paz mundial podr conseguirse
slo por medio de la Organi-
zacin de las Naciones Unidas.
Debe decirse a hombres y mu-
jeres que quieran la paz que
presionen a sus Gobiernos a
ln de que asuman una acti-
tud debida en la ONU. El lla-
mamiento de paz de Estocol-
mo es el producto de una Ini-
ciativa poltica individual,
mientras fas Naciones Unidas
y los Gobiernos de stos pa-
ses realizan una campaa in-
tensa a fin de hacer realidad
la aspiracin suprema de paz".
Trygve Lie se refiri a los
pequeos pases dentro de las
Naciones Unidas, diciendo que
su futuro y destino dependen
ms directamente del xito de
los esfuerzos de la ONU paia
el mantenimiento de la paz y
seguridad internacionales. El
xito de su vida econmica se ]
basa en tu participacin en la
comunidad internacional y ba-
Jo tiempos de crisis los pases
pequeos pueden contemplar
conflictos existentes ms lm-j
parcialmente que las potencias'
PARIS, Marzo lo. (UP).
El General Elsenhower dej
repentinamente hoy Pars por
la va area en viaje sorpre-
sivo con el fin de visitar el es-
tado mayor britnico.
Elsenhower Her* % Landre
LONDRES, Mars lo. (UP).
*Ei General Benhower lle-
g aqui en viaje de sorpresa
por la va area. Tiene el pro-
posito d conferenciar con la
armada y la marina britnica
y los jefes de la fuerza area.
.fie especula sobre at viene a
tratar sobre el problema del
furor que ha creado la desig-
nacin de un norteamericano
como almirante de la flota del
El Departamento de Defensa
de Gran Bretaa dijo que
Eisenhower simplemente de-
seaba visitar sin fanfarrias
para tratar los asuntos en ge-
neral y conferenciar sobre la
estructura del nuevo comando.
grese hoy mismo.
La Unin de Comerciantes Mi-
noristas de Panam ha dirigi-
do una carta al Ministro de
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias con el fin de que inter-
venga de manera directa en
el control de los precios de
los artculos de primera nece-
Los minoristas le dicen al Mi-
nistro en su carta que se "sir-
va hacer uso de toda su in-
fluencia y autoridad, hasta
donde la ley se lo permita, a
fin de impedir el alza indebi-
da de los precios de los art-
culos de primera necesidad, im-
pidiendo asi que se le imponga
al pueblo una carga mayor que
la que ya le es tan difcil so-
portar en estos momentos."
"Comprendemos, seor Mi-
nistro, que la crtica situacin
mundial exige de los pueblos
un sacrificio al cual nosotros
(Pasa a la Pgina 5, Col. 3)
Estn tratando
de formar nuevo
gabinete en Pars
PARIS, Marzo lo. (UP)El
Presidente Auriol llam al ex-
Premier Georges Bldault, lder
del partido Popular Republica-
no (MRP) para formar el nue-
vo gobierno francs cuando al
ser derrotado Rene Pleven en
la disputa sobre la reforma elec-
toral en la Asamblea Nacional,
present renuncia.
La situacin internacional e
Una reorganizacin integral
del liberalismo proyectan
dirigentes de ese partido
Lanzan en ese sentido un manifiesto a la
A requerimiento de una re-
presentacin autorizada del
Directorio del Partido Liberal,
la Junta Asesora y la dipu-
tacin liberal acordaron ayer
eroceder a la reorganizacin
negral de] partido y como
paso de importancia primor-
dial, se decidi inscribir 1 li-
beralismo como partido polti-
co, con arreglo a los preceptos
t exigencias sealadas por la
En Manifiesto lanzado al
pais y que lleva las firmas de
miembros destacados de esa
agrupacin partidarista, se ex-
plica al pais los motivos que
han inducido a la formacin
de un nuevo partido, en aten-
cin a haberse encontrado
"obstculo que no fu posible
eliminar a travs de las diver-
sas frmulas propuestas para
ello, cuando se quisieron tomar
declslonei en la forma demo-
Espera Chiang
Kai-shek volver a
su pas en un ao
TAPEI, Formosa, Manto lo.
(UP>El Premier Chen Cheng
predijo que dentro de un ao
los nacionalistas chinos regre-
sarn al continente Chino.
Hablndole a una masa que
interna es tensa A pesar de que celebraba el primer aniversario
Pleven y su Ministro de Reltcio-
nes Exteriores Schuman, se
mantienen en sus oficinas has-
espera que Eisenhower re- l* bierno, las negolcaclones pol-
ticas toman cierto tiempo.
Bidault ha aceptado intentar
formar un nuevo gobierno. Pie-
ven se excus de formar un
nuevo gabinete, debido a que-su
esposa se encuentra muy en-
del regreso de Chiang Kal Shek
a la presidencia, Chen dijo a
acerca de 5.000 escuchas: "Es-
toy seguro que dentro de un
ao estaremos celebrando este
aniversario en tierra firme".
Chen no habl ni describi
firoblemas polticos ni militares
os esfuerzos nacionalistas de
de carcter mayor, acerca de
conquistar de nuevo el conti-
erma y bajo serio cuidado m- nente chino. El gobernador K.
dico. La cada de Pleven es la
dcima quintad esde 1944.
Mosc anunci la rebaja de
precios en varios artculos
(PASA A LA PAG. 5 Col. 8)
Varios estudiantes
panameos salieron j p&n
para Guatemala hoy
MOSC, Marzo lo. (UP).
I El Gobierno de la Unin So-
vitica anunci una nueva re-
baja en los precios la cuarta
! desde que termin la guerra
1 de numerosos artculos: desde
hasta bicicletas.
C. Wuu que tambin habl bre
vemente se hizo eco de las pa-
labras de Chen y agreg: "Pel-
plng se regocijar de la cele-
bracin el prximo ao.
Chen pag tributo a Chiang
Kai Shek, quien se encontraba
ausente en el sur de Formosa
desda hace diez das con su es-
posa. Dijo que sin la bandera
de Chiang Kal Shek no se podr
ciado rebajas en los precios en ganar a los comunistas chinos.
1947, 1949 y 1050. Las prime-! En el momento que la multi-
ras fueron pequeas, pero en j tud aplauda y daba gritos de
1849 Mosc anunci que se ha- alegra, un avin dej caer un
Las rebajas varian entre diez
y 22 por ciento. (Como en oca-
. siones anteriores, la orden del
Esta maana partieron para aoDlerno o dice cuales eran
Guatemala en un avion galn-1 los preclos nl cuales sern los
temente cedido por el Gobierno nuevos limitndose a menclo-
Guatemalteco, seis estudiantes
panameos becados por esa
Repblica por gestiones de la
Embajada Guatemalteca en Pa-
Los jvenes Efran Lay, Dio-
nls Vega, Aurlstela Velarde y
Elosa Fras cursarn estudios
normales en Guatemala, y Adn
de Gracia y Jess Clsneros es-
tudiarn para peritos agricolas.
La Embajada Guatelmateca
en Panam no slo intervino
directamente para que se conce-
dieran las citadas becas a los
estudiantes panameos, sino que
pidi un avin del Gobierno
Gutemalteco para transportar a
los estudiantes, ahorrndoles
asi el precio del pasaje.
Gestos como este son los que
mantienen los lasos de solida-
ridad entre pases hermanos, y
agradecemos al Embalador de
Guatemala en Panam. s.E. Os-
ear Bentez Bone su interven-
cin directa para beneficio de
r.uestros estudiantes, quienes sin
lugar a dudas, sern voceros
autorizados del progreso y la
cuitara del pais hermano que
tan galantemente les da opor-
tunidad de ampliar sus conoci-
mientos para beneficio de nues-
tra patria.
nar los tantos por ciento).
Al anunciarse la orden se di-
Jo que los progresos realizados
en la industria y agricultura,
aumento en la produccin de
los trabajadores soviticos y re-
duccin de los costos de pro-
duccin, ha permitido rebajar
los precios de los artculos, de
acuerdo con anuncio oficial. Be,
han rebajado los precios del
pan, caf, macarrones, huevos,
queso, fsforos, gasolina, radios, artculos o clase de artculos
bicicletas, relojes mquinas de cuyos precios se han rebajado
ban rebajado los precios entre
un 10 y 30 por ciento. El ao
pasado tambin se rebajaron
algunos precios, entre ellos los
de ropa, jabn, etc., entre 10
y 50 por ciento. (En Londres
se seal que la radio de Mos-
c Insisti mucho en que esta
es la cuarta rebaja de precios
en Rusia desde los fines de la
segunda guerra mundial. Evi-
dentemente Mosc le concede a
ste anuncio gran valor de pro-
paganda, especialmente en es-
tos momentos en que los pre-
cios de los artculos de consumo
aumentan en Estados Unidos y
otros pases occidentales debi-
do a los planes de defensa.)
El decreto se referia a 137
coser vodka, tabaco y otros ar-
El anuncio al mundo de la
rebaja de precios en la Unin
Sovitica fu interpretada en
Londres por los observadores oc-
cidental scomo un esfuerzo pa-
ra fortalecer la propaganda de
"paz" rusa. En una reciente
entrevista con el peridico
Pravda. el Primer Ministro Jo-
s Stalin declar que era evi-
dente que la Unin Sovitica
no poda estar aumentando sus
fuerzas armadas y al mismo
tiempo "continuar su poltica de
y agregaba que "los precios en
los restaurantes, cafs, y otros
establecimientos similares, se-
rn rebajados proporcional-
mente. La mayor rebaja de 22
por ciento fu ordenada en el
precio de "kerosene."
En Londres se coment que
an cuando la Unin Soviti-
ca hubiera anunciado espec-
ficamente cuales son los nue-
vos precios en vez de mencio-
nar solamente los tantos por
ciento, no habra sido posible
hacer consideraciones exactas
con precios en los pases occi-
paracadas que desenvolvi la
bandera nacionalista china en-
tre el regocijo general.
Tan pronto termin la cere-
monia, veinte palomas mensaje-
ras conmensajes fueron envia-
das a los sotenedores naciona-
listas del continente.
crtica que exigen dentro de
una entidad una mayora ab-
soluta para establecer un cri-
terio final".
En los ltimos das se tenia
conocimiento de que haba sur-
gido un "impasse" en esa -
grupacln "que no poda pro-
longarse por ms tiempo", se-
gn expresa el Manifiesto.
Entre las razones que deci-
dieron la formacin de un
nuevo partido poltico se ex-
presan las siguientes:
El deseo de comprobar su
fiujanza "mediante una rpida
nscrlpcin del partido para la
reorganizacin integral de un
liberalismo nico e indivisi-
Se le dar oportunidad a la
mujer liberal de inscribirse
como tal.
El deseo de "revisar sus cua-
dros dirigentes y hacer nece-
sarias y saludables rectifica-
ciones y buscar la oportunidad
dedesarrqfar sus programas
polticos y admintotraUvas y el
de abrir na*opor*tinidad a ele-
ments de valor para que re-
fuercen las filas de ese parti-
El Manifiesto lanzado al pais
coincide con el quinto aniver-
sario de la vigencia del esta-
tuto constitucional de la Re-
pblica y est firmado por las
siguientes personas:
Ricardo J. Alfaro, Vctor M.
Tejelra, Santiago E. Barraia,
Arradio Aguilera O., Pedro
Vidal E., Juan R. Morales,
Luis R. Solanilla, Florencia
I caa A., Gumercindo Mon-
tenegro, Manuel O. Visques
Antenor Quintada.
Arcadio Aguilera, David Samu-
(asa a la pgina 5, col. S)
Segn informes
de prisioneros
capturados ayer
TOKIO, Marzo lo. Las fuerzas surcoreanas desem-
barcaron bajo la proteccin de
los caones navales de los Es-
tados Unidos, y tomaron la is-
la de Hwangto, en las afueras
del puerto de Wonsan en la
costa este coreana.
La armada dio la noticia ofi-
cialmente y dijo que los habi-
tantes de las islas esperaron
el desembarco enarbolando una
gran bandera surcoreana para
dar la bienvenida al grupo.
Loa surcoreanos hicieron de-
sembarcos recientemente en
otras cuatro islas en las, afue-
ras de Wonsan.,
Mientras tanto, los cruceros
Manchester, los destruct ores
Llnd y Evans y las fragatas de
patrulla Gallup y Visbee de la
armada r>rteamerlcana cao-
nearon la posiciones rojas en
la regln d" Wonsan que des-
de hace dos .emanas estn ba-
jo el ataque -si constante de
la armad?. I ^>s destructores
norteamericanos, ingleses y el
australiano < .amunga cao-
nearon las concentraciones de
fuerzas comunistas en la costa
Por otra parte, al reanudar la
"ofensiva asesina" las fuerzas
norteamericanas cruzaron la
ciudad Gray, 31 millas al sur
del paralelo 3d y se apodera-
ron de dos estratgicas colinas.
Por otra parte las otras fuer-
zas aliadas atacaron en un frHi-
to de sesenta y cinco milla i
Tongdu en el oeste d lat -mon-
taas orientales.
Mientras las superfortalezas
dejaron caer sobre las comu-
nicaciones comunistas en Co*
rea del Norte en una serie con-
tinua por 24 horas, toneladas
de acero, mientras que los aero-
planos de las fuerzas de tierra
y los cazas bombardearon las
posiciones de las tropas y trans-
portes durante un buen da. La
quinta fuerza area de bom-
barderos volaron sobre trescien-
tos puntos mientras las super-
fortalezas con base en Japn
dejaron caer 144 toneladas de
bombas en cinco puentes llaves
de ferrocarril y el noroeste de
La 7a. Divisin fue la prl-
(Pasa a la Pgina 5. cel. 5) '
ataque a la libre expresin
La Asociacin nter-americana de Prensa
investigar el cierre de otro diario
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo lo., nos de pandilleros "no ldentl-
(UP). La Prensa volvi alficados" pero sin duda fcil-
abandonar las intenciones de' mente identificados por sus
reanudar la publicacin del i vctimas, y heridas que a ca-
peridlco hoy, cuando la po- torce dependientes del gran
llca allan los talleres, y el j diario infligieron los atacantes.
Sindicato de Prensa Argentino
orden una huelga de sus
miembros contra el peridico.
Un portavoz de La Prensa
dijo que no se haban dado
culmin ayer una nueva fase
del proceso de la Inaceptable
indebida presin de que las
autoridades argentinas vienen
haciendo objeto esa gran trl-
las razones por las cuales 'a buna de libertad y de cultura .
polica haba ocupado los ta- "Pocos momentos despus de
lleres de La Prensa. ocurridos los Incidentes de que
En Mxico se anunci que la todos los diarios del mundo
Asociacin nter-Americana de dan hoy cuenta con indigna-
Prensa que representa a 4001 clon espontnea en que se ex-
perldicos miembros, acord presa su ms ntima solidan -
investigar el cierre del peri- dad profesional con La Prensa,
dico argentino "El Intransi- los talleres del mayor rotativo
gente" por parte del Gobierno! que se edita en lengua espa-
de Pern. Los directores de la: ola fueron allanados y dete-
Asoclacin nter-Americana de | nidos 400 de sus obreros dlz-
Prensa aceptaron el denuncio que para 'identificarlos" pero
que hizo el director del In-, con el Inocultable designio de
transigente, Michael Torino de evitar que hoy pudiera clrcu-
Salta Argentina, en el sentido I lar el diario como con pleno
de que la persecucin de parte | derecho se lo proponan sus
del Gobierno de Pern lo ha- directores.
ba obligado a cerrar el diario. En Ro de Janeiro el ves-
cierre que ya lleva 14 meses, pertino "Tribuna" publica en
Los directores de la Asocia-1 primera plana un telegrama
clon nter-Americana de Pren-
sa dijeron que instalarn un
tribunal para investigar y
Juzgar el cierre. Un portavoz
dijo que se le pedir al Pre-
sidente Pern a cooperar du-
rante la investigacin, pero
que sta ser llevada a cabo
"aunque el Gobierno Argentino
se niegue a cooperar".
Los resultados de la investi-
gacin sern enviados al Go-
bierno Argentino y sern pu-
Mioados en 400 peridicos
de protesta enviado -tor su di-
rector Carlos Lacerda al Em-
bajador Argentino Cooke "por
(Pasa a la Pg. 5, Col. 4)
Hoy tendr lugar
el entierro de
George Bennet
te labrar -4a-rvlcioa
funerales del finado George 6.
publicaciones miembros de la Bennet a las diez de la ma-
Asociacln en el Hemisferio | nana del sbado en la Igle-
sia de Nuestro Salvador en Ca-
lle Tercera de Nuevo Crist-
En Ecropa la mayor parte de
la prensa trata en primeras
pginas el caso del reciente
hecho sangriento de La Pren-
sa de Buenos Aires. En Paris
mencionaron el asunto en pri-
mera pgina los diarlos "Franc
Tireur", "Le Parisin", "Paris
Press" y "Prance Soir". En
Berln el "Telegraf", "Tagess-
piege" y Kurier" le dan gran
prominencia al asunto.
En Bogot El Espectador pu-
blic un editorial titulado "El
caso de La Prensa" diciendo:
"Con la muerte violenta de
uno de los trabajadores de La
Prensa de Buenos Aires a ma-
bal. Oficiarn las ceremonias
el Rev. Milton A. Cookson, pas-
tor, y el muy reverendo Ray-
mond T. Ferris.
La familia ha pedido que no
se enven flores, a los servi-
El entierro tendr lugar en
la tarde del domingo cuatro
de marzo en San Jos de Cos-
ta Rica.
El Sr. Bennet, Agente Gene-
ral de la Compaa Frutera en
Panam, muri el martes en
la maana en su hogar, en
Brazos Heights, despus de un
ataque del corazn.
Cien mil balboas se pierden en
Boquete en la cosecha de papas
Hoover y Wherry se oponen al envo
de tropas norteamericanas a Europa
(USIS) Dos prominentes
miembros del Partido Republi-
cano consideran que no es pru-
Falta de dinero
entorpece una
labor militar
Venezuela aborda
tpicos sobre
la conferencia
(USIS)El Dr, Aurellano Ota- j dente enviar mas tropas terres-
nez. Ministro Consejero de la tres a Europa en estos mo-
Embajada de Venezuela aqu, i mentos, y reiteran su proposi-
trat sobre los problemas que; C|on de que los Estados Unidos
se espera surjan en la prxima, se concentren en forjar una
Reunin de Cancilleres, en con- gran fuerza area para amt-
versacln con Thomas C. Mann, lanar cualquier propsito de a-
Secretarlo de Estado Auxiliar gresln sovitica,
interino para los asuntos inter- [ EUoJ> tl ex-Presldente Her-
americanos. j,^ joover y el lder repu-
Al hablar despus con los bllcano.en el Senador Kenneth
periodistas, el Dr. Otanez no dio I wherry, declararon ayer ante
detalles sobre lo tratado. Mann j ios comits del Senado que es-
explic a los periodistas que es- tan discutiendo sobre la indo-
ta entrevista fu otra de la se-1 ]e de la participacin de los
iie que se ha venido efectan-; Estados Unidos en la fuerza de
do entrel os representantes de defensa del Atlntico del Nor-
Opiniones adversas a stas
han sido expresadas por otros
republicanos prominentes.
El Gobernador Thomas E. De
Las lluvias han
paralizado la
recogida de caf
(UP). El lder republicano! los Estados Unidos y los de las te.
del Senado, Kenneth S. Wherry otras repblicas americanas con i Hoover y Wherry compartie-
dljo que los servicios militares' respecto a los asuntos que los ron otras opiniones sobre el a- Og%m rarrar Isi
de los Estados Unidos estaban > Cancilleres discutirn en la sunto, y al efecto manifestaron vCI lal
encadenados por la falta de reunin que se avecina,
dinero, problema que slo e
BOQUETE, Marzo lo. (Co-
. rresponsal). Las incesantes
ir, f i lluvias estn ocasionando e-
wey de Nueva York quien fue | prdidas a los agrlcul-
candldato presidencial en 1944 s bo'tenos u cosecha de
y 1MB. dijo recientemente a| calculada en treinta mil
los comits de relaciones exte- fofa qulntaieS sufrir seria
rlores y de servicios armados, merma al reducirse a unos
que l es partidario del envo, quince mll 15,000 quintales es-
de fuerzas terrestres adiciona- ^ representar una perdida d
les a Europa ahora. | b.IOO.OOO.OO cien m balboas
Harold Stassen, Presidente de, las actividades de cosecha da
la Universidad de Pensllvania,: caf se encuentran paralizadas
tambin se ha producido en fa- por la misma causa y la se-
vor del envi de tropas a Eu-. cada del grano se dificulta en-
ropa. Ambos se oponen a que', tre los agricultores que utili-
se Impongan limitaciones so- zan el sol para secar su cafe.
bre el nmero de tropas que
se enven.
rebaja de precios de los art-1 dentales, ya que se desconoce
culos de consumo el poder adquisitivo real del ru-
Rusia tambin haba anun-l
Congreso poda resolver.
El dijo a la prensa que lo
que se resuelva determinar el
patrn de defensa de los Es-
tados Unidos que se estable-
cer por muchos aos. Sus
Juicios fueron hechos en una
sesin de los Comits de Re-
laciones Exteriores y de Servi-
cios Armados del Senado com-
binados para llegar a un a-
cuerdo sobre el envo de hom-
bres a Europa. El Presidente
del Comit de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Tom connally. dijo
que tomar algunos das para
digerir varias de las proposi-
ciones. El espera una decisin
Chocan aviones de
propulsin rusos
y norteamericanos
AEREA, Corea. Marzo lo. (UP)
Cuatro aviones de propulsin
de los Estados Unidos se en-
frascaron en una "pelea de pe-
que creen:
Que Europa probablemente nilArta {] 3V1011
Mit.r ms trnnaa terrea- I**"*" *" *"** *
necesitara ms tropas .terres-
tres para ser defendida que las
que se contemplan en las esti-
pulaciones del Tratado del
Atlntico del Norte;
Que debe exigirse a las na-
ciones del Oeste de Europa que
muestren ms evidencia de
rearme antes de que se le en-
ven tropas adicionales de los
Estados Unidos;
Sobre la reunin
de cancilleres
se discutir
muere Un COpilotO Washington. io. de Marzo
i (USIS)Los embajadores de las
n.rr T- w.n i repblicas americanas se reuni-
DALLAS, Texas, M*rw lo- ra el viernes 0 e, sabado, a
(UP).- Joseph H. Dowd copl-lsollcUuddelEmbajadordeNlca.
loto de la Denver Bound Air- ragua a fln de tratar ^^^^ de
Une, encontr su muerte hoy, la proxima Reunin de Consulta
cuando tratando de cerrar la 1 de los Ministros de Relaciones
puerta trasera cay del avin, Exteriores del Hemisferio Oecl-
Que el Congreso de los Es- mientras este volaba como a 45 dental.
todos Unidos debe tomar la de- 1 millas al norte de Amarillo. Te- : El Dr. Guillermo Sevilla-Saca-
cisin final sobre los princi- \ xas, cerca de la comunidad de sa, Embajador de Nicaragua, o
rros" de diez minutos con doce; pos bsicos del programa de Exell.
aviones rojos sobre Sinuijl hoy, defensa de los Estados Unidos.; Los oficiales de Amarillo se
de acuerdo con el Mayor Ge- Inclusive la decisin de tomar han lanzado a la bsqueda del
(Pasa a la pgina 5 columna 4) | parte "en un ejrcito interna- (PASA A LA PAG. 5 Col. 8)
nuncio esta reunin, despus ?"
haber visitado al Secretar::
Estado Auxiliar interino para lu
(PASA A LA PAG. S Col ki

If Panamamrtca
NOVSIMO teatro
/?. U
Rusia tiene cinco
hombres listos
uesde veintisis de Enero el prestigioso dis-
rio "La Prensa" de Buenos Aires se encuentra to-
tal y brutamente perseguido por el rgimen del
General Pern, el cual se vali al principio de sub-
terfugios y actualmente, en forma inconfundible y
directa, est estrangulando la libertad del famoso
peridico argentino.
Casi todos los voceros de la prensa mundial se
han ocupado del bochornoso asunto y, naturalmen-
te, ha cado sobre los responsables el anatema de
la opinin pblica internacional.
Ha sido sta una oportunidad magnfica para
demostrar que si existe una conciencia colectiva
de tipo universal en relacin con la solidaridad que
debe prevalecer en materia de ideas libertarias. De
la misma manera ha servido para poner de relieve
la simpata de que disfruta el noble pueblo argen-
tino porque as como se ha condenado acremente
los desmanes del gobierno, tambin en todo mo-
mento se ha pronunciado un voto de respeto y de
afecto hacia la gloriosa Patria de San Martn.
Algunos empecinados peronistas han querido
ver maliciosamente una actitud de hostilidad pa-
ra la gran Repblica del Plata. Con ello han in-
tentado despertar la sensibilidad patritica del pue-
blo en torno a las dos figuras, unidas por matri-
monio, que dominan, hoy por hoy, la vida poltica
de Argentina. Por supuesto que tan desorientada
campaa no podr llegar al corazn de la gente
sensata de ese pas. Todos saben que combatir ideo-
lgicamente los abusos de un gobierno no implica
ninguna ofensa a la Nacin donde ese rgimen co-
mete los desafueros que provocan la censura de
los hombres libres del mundo.
Va el capricho del General Juan omingo Pe-
rn est costando sangre argentina. En sus manio-
bras para impedir que salga a la luz pblica el pe-
ridico de oposicin, "La Prensa," ha llegado has-
ta provocar conflictos que han culminado con ata-
ques armados que dejaron ayer un muerto y mu-
chos heridos. Despus de todo, el sacrificio de es-
tos valerosos tipgrafosobreros argentinoscons-
titMyCTSina nueva bandera de accin cvica contra
el obierno que pretende ahogar la libertad del
pensamiento valindose de todos los recursos a su
alcance, inclusive de un sector de las masas or-
ganizado en derredor de Pern.
Lo que est sucediendo en la Argentina es al-
S> sumamente serio que preocupa a todos los pue-
m democrticos y de manera especial a los de
Amrica. Se trata de un sistema de gobierno que
Rt reviviendo en una conjuncin de dictadura y
demagogia la doctrina poltica que hace algunos
aos brot en Europa y que ensangrent al mundo
n la segunda guerra universal.__________^
Regreso Ortega: 1 historia,
Ciencia constructiva.
En estos das en que mis do-.
lelas no me permiten hacer MSICA EN YUCOESLAVIA
de la existencia diaria accin/1
ir de un lado al otro, para cum-
pllr del mejor modo posible i
dlsiintas obligaciones, la lectu-j
tra. me sirve de refugio ms,
tiempo que en otros periodos de'
la ordinaria brega. |
As vuelvo a mis clsicos, a
los que siempre es delicioso vol- j
ver. Ayer fue una comedia de
don Pedro Caldern de la Bar-
ca: en otra ocasin, algo sobre
la vida de Montalbn, aquel
Prez de Montalbn que tanto
molestaba Quevedo: la tarde
de hoy un hoy sin nombre
es el admirado maestro Jos
Ortega y Gasset.
Me he enfrascado en un en-
sayo que va a cumplir los cua-
tros lustros: "En torno a Ga-
lileo", de 1933. Lo explic el
maestro en la Universidad Cen-
tral de Madrid, en la Ctedra
Valdecllla. Coincida con el ter-
cer centenario de aquel acto
de Galileo Galilei al arrodillar-
se delante del Tribunal Inqui-
sitorial de Roma y adjurar de
la teoria copernicana. Lamen-
table espectculo el del viejo
fsico sometido a la intransigen-
cia. Naca la nueva Fsica' hu-
Pero ms que a Galileo en
si, me voy a referir en esta
nota a la manera de enfocar
la historia de Ortega y Gasset.
Es tema que siempre me ha
subyugado. Y en el ensayo y
las lecciones a que aludo, se
La ciencia, toda ciencia de
cosas afirma Ortega es
tanto obra de imaginacin co-
mo de observacin. Y an ms:
sta ltima, la observacin, no
es posible sin la imaginacin.
Lo que lleva al maestro a es-
tablecer que la ciencia es cons-
Esa Intervencin d la Ima-
ginacin en la ciencia inicia un]
parentesco: la ciencia es una
hermana de la poesa. Claro I
que con limitaciones. Y aqu
entra Ortega. La imaginacin
de ese constructor de ciencia
que es Galileo haba de ser una
imaginacin exacta, matemti-
ca. Pero la imaginacin que re-
quiere el historiador no ser
como sa que se exige a Ga-
lileo por el autor de "La rebe-
lln de las masas", matemti-
ca. Sin embargo, habr de ser-
vir a la historia con un rigor
constructivo semejante al que
la mecnica presta a la fsica.
Trae a colacin Ortega la fa-
mosa frase de Leopoldo de Ran-
ker "la historia se propone ave-
riguar cmo efectivamente han
pasado las cosas." Y discute la
millones de
sobre las armas
Stalin: Mientras acte este maestro no podr dormir.
profundidad de esa frase, su:
sentido: llega a calificarla de(
casi estpida.
Segn Ranke, pues, a la his-
toria lo que le preocupa es lo
que ha sucedido, lo que ha ocu-
rrido. Pero... A qu, a quin?
Al hombre. Con todo, al hom-
bre le ocurren muchas cosas.
infinitas cosas, en las que co- Aciaraciones del Sr.
mo hombre no tiene el papel
esencial. La narracin de esto
llevara a una historia emp-
La cuestin es otra. Las co-
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan, swbre tpico de Inters general.
que no sean demasiado extensa
Es "razonable" el
envo de tropas
a Europa, Tafft
(USIS))El Senador Robert A.
Taft, destacado dirigente repu-
blicano opina que es "razonaole"
que los Estados nidos contribu-
ya con fuerzas terrestres adicio-
nales a la defensa de las nacio-
nes del Tratado del Atlntico
del Norte, pero sostiene que el
Congreso debe tomar la decisin
nal y que debe limitarse al
nmero de esas tropas.
PARIS, Feb^ 28 (UP).-Fuen- Taft cre tamDien que -debe-
tes autorizadas del gobierno inog tener la segUridad deflnl-
El soldado ruso
est en servicio
por seis meses
francs han estimado que la
Unin Sovitica tiene por lo
menos cinco millones de hom-
bres bajo las armas y ha su-
tiva de Europa de que propor-
cionar el nmero necesario da
divisiones". Expuso estos puntos
de vista al declarar ante la co-
gerido a Mosc que permita' n^,^ del 3^^ que Hti M.
una investigacin internacional: uaiando la ndole de la partl-
para ver si estos estimados son cp!icin de Estados Unidos en
correctos. | ]a defensa del Oeste de Euro-
Dijeron que los Soviets tie- Pa-
nen de "cuatro a cinco" clases
de cerca un milln doscientos
mil hombres, cada una en ser-
nacionales y la participacin
activa en los diferentes orga-
nismos unlvesitarlos, por cui-
dar del prestigio de la misma
me restaban tiempo a los a-
fanes de rutina; sin embargo,
puedo sentirme org-ulloso de
Los estados mayores conjun-
tos de Estados Unido: proyec-
tan enviar cuatro divisiones a
Europa, donde ya se encuentran
Taft dijo que apoyara el en-
vi de las cuatro divisiones s
se llegar a un entendimiento
que limitar la proporcin de
las tropas de Estados Unidos
en el ejrcito de defensa. Dijo
mis crditos universitarios, con
la excepcin de mis conocidas vV^.h.^ hoXr /n nnf
fallas en los Idiomas extran- e*-Presidente Hoover, quien opi-
jeros. I isa que no deben enviarse roas
He de desearle a mis col*- lropafl Europa-
gas, que en la vida profesio-
nal que ahora Inician pongan
el mismo empeo y tengan el
mismo xito, que dos aos re-
gulares de trabajo y dos cur-
sos de verano han dado a ml
vida profesional.
qua tan nerviosa me
ponan uno* das antas
El Ejecutivo dio al traste tar-
J. Riera P. | diamente con el Decreto ante-
,- K-.v, > Q-*r rlor y simultneamente, de
SANTIAGO Febo26.-Se.rm inconsulta, nombr
P1Iecr: ?JL dHirLq"fJh*; Profesoers. Como se ve puos.
ted dignamente dirige, fecha 0 M como alegan a,g*nos
sas "le acontecen al hombre den- 24 de os corrientes, en la pa-, profegores en la informacin
tm d su vida; y se transfer-1 Bina, c ico (5) aparece publl- ^ue comento e se trata de
man en hechos efe ia vida hu-i d lnfrmHacl" *? "I I un inters personal mo sino
como u ^d0" sl0vSa; recin nombradas en el Hu-
mo nteclmJento en la vida Verano Como M ,n_
del hombre, en cuanto se liga | formacln no se ajusta a Ja
a esa vida. i verdad de los hechos, he de
Y de ahi deduce Ortega es- solicitarle en virtud de los de-
to magnfico: al hombre lo que!recnos consagrados en la ley
en realidad le pasa, es vivir I de prensa d acogida a la rl-
El corolario a la afirmacin guente aclaracin:
de Ranke, aqulla de "c0"1. como educador he de mos-
efectlvamente han pasado las trarme sempre en desacuerdo
cosas", es que no hay manera | con todaa las irregularidades
de prescindir de la ,\vida deique ocurran dentro y fuera
hombre en esas cosas, Porque, dei r^q de Educacin, y da
son cosas enlazadas a esa vi- ja circunstancia, seor Dlrec-
da. No son cosas comb hechos! lor qUe sta ocurri con el re-
en bruto: hubo que vivir el;ciente nombramiento de pro-
acontecimiento para que fue- fesores del Instituto de Vera-
ra cosa de historia. | no. El rgano Ejecutivo debi
Y vemos ahora fcil lo que .acogerse para el nombramien-
trabaia la imaginacin no to de profesores a la letra y
exacta no matemtica, como espritu del Decreto 232 del 22
fn de Galileo -en la histo- de ebrero de 1950 sobre la Or-
r? Trahai en cuanto recom- ganlzacin del Instituto de Ve- lo siguiente: Que en mi vida
; J on r,ad?r h ^^a^hs^! "ca' No'rmla* daVta aflnl
escrito de Una poca. El hlStO- nrnnoaitne me oni-
Del seor Director, atenta-
Jaime Riera Pinilla.
vicio militar, sin incluir la 11-
mada "reserva obrera" compues-
ta de Jvenes en trabajos es-
peciales antes de ser llamados
a deberes militares.
Aadieron que los soldados
soviticos son mantenidos ge-
neralmente en servicio por seis
meses, que esvmucho ms qus
Profesor de Educacin el periodo legal.
he calumniado a profesoras que je respeten disposiciones
Deseo Informarle asimismo a
mis colegas recin nombradas
que las Imputaciones que me
hacen son Injustas, ya que
cuando me Inici a trabajar
en los Cursos de Verano haba
vacantes en Educacin, y no
me prest, como es el caso de
hoy, a burdas maquinaciones
Profeslonalmente-" *consldero
ridculo medir al estudiante
solamente por sus "calificacio-
nes numricas"; tampoco con-
sidero elevado llegar al terre-
no de lo personal al discutir
sobre la legalidad o ilegalidad
de determinado asunto, a pe-
sar de ello, les dir a mis co-
legas. Profesoras de Educacin,
Nos Vamos
a Costa Rica
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Una com
ida deli
Vendido por:
Servido por:
Hotel El Panam Balboa Clubhouse
Pete's Jardn Catalina Hospital Panam
El Rancho Balboa Y.M. C. A.
(M la fiara Danl*| aa llena leMfana (Savia
(rva* llamar al Balboa 34
Puede decirse que todos los
meses padeca de retorcijones,
dolores de espalda o de cabeza,
debido a los trastornos femeninos
mensuales. Y lo que ms me mo-
lestaba era la nerviosidad qus
senta unos das antes.
El boticario me recomend
el compuesto Vegetal de Lydla E.
Pinkham. Me dijo qus lo tomara
con regularidad todo el mes para
crear resistencia al malestar feme-
nino peridico. Lo tomo en un va-
alto de jugo de fruta. El Compues-
to de Pinkham es magu/Ico y me
proporciona alivio no slo a los
dolores mensuales sino a la ner-
viosidad y la depresin de los das
antes. Nunca dejar de recomen-
dar a las que auran de eatos tras-
tornos femeninos que tomen el
i ^-k rf ir' dad en los propsitos que ani
riador esta en el deber de ir man ^ ^^ instituciones.
mas all, de reconstruir, con
su Imaginacin, a la que ayu-
da ninfinidad de sucesos que
a ella se adhieren, la vida don-
de se instalan o se colocan los
No es posible que un dicta-
dor de esta hora proceda como
un dictador del siglo XVII o
un dictador de Grecia, en el si-
glo V antes de Cristo, La vi-
da manda, la vida ordena: los
sucesos ocurren dentro de la
vida del hombre. Meditemos en |
esa vida, empleemos nuestra
Imaginacin en componer esa
vida, en hacerla, para enton-
ces colocar los hechos dentro
de la vida.
Por eso el historiador necesi-
ta de una formidable discipli-
na: por eso el historiador no se
hace so. con lo aue se deno-
mina aficin. Est urgido de j
la mecnica, la cuasi mecnl-
ca de la historia.
Me place discurrir de la ma- | J.
no de Ortega y Gasset.
Cmo acab I
"Fantasma de Java"
Avisa por est medio que a partir del l9 de
Marzo de 1951, ha trasladado sus oficinas a la
Calle 28 Este No. 17, donde estar a sus rdenes.
Telfonos: 3-1234 3-0656
, .....
Panam, Febrero de l5f.
I l*i joponesti ditren muchot vtcti
: per hundide el crucero ecdVoiede
"Heuiten", que gene I epede entes
de perecer heroieement* in errier
el pebelln, combatiendo haite el fin.
Dramtico descripcin dt su ltimo
batalla Pagino de reelismo admirable
per v* distinguido aviador novel
que perteneci a la tripulacin.
Lea esto emocinente evocacin en
SCUCCIONeS de mane, en vente y,
en lo que tendr tembin ms de 20
articulo* de vive Inters y ^eveded
y el reiumen complete de lo sensitivo
historio de Rudyord Kipling octree
de les residentes ingleses dt India
e quienes le ley obligobo e enviar
tvi hijos e educarse en Inglettrra
durante una larga separacin que
a veces resultaba trfico pare
les nios en ti ambiente estreno.
"*.........."i"""' > ,Wk
^ s nerviosidad
si una.forma dt agota-
miento, consecuencia
' ds la vida moderna dt
trabajo, prsocupaciontt
excsios y falta d* des-
cinto, dt It qut mucha ptrionat no din cuenta.
Si is siente dtcaido, malhumorado, rritsblt y sin
apatite no eiptrs haita que sea dtmttisdo tardt...
torn. CEREGEN!
A travts dt su accin remintralizantt y titimulintt
dt la nutricin, contribuye s reparar ti dttgaitt dt Is
vida diaria y ayuda a rtcuptrtr rapidamtntt las tnergfat,
si mtjorar ti spttito y combatir la dtprttin ntrvioia y
debilidad gtneral.
Consulte a tu mdico psrt qut le prescriba
Plumas Fuente
En toda, partes del mundo, los hasta el rgido ; Ld. eocon-
esiudismes como Ud., prefieren irtra el punto indicado que se
las Pluma Fuente Esterbrook, ajusts ewct.raente a su trabajo
porque Esterbrook ofrece la va- escritural y a su manera dt et-
riedad de puntos ms extensa cribir. r.,,.
conocida umversalmente, a fin Seleccione la Plu.ra,f""'
de que Ud. pueda elegir entre Esterbrook que e adapte a^su.
ellos el punto preciso par. su necta.dadt.-y 5roJ^u*e,1/""'
estilo de lcir. to en el ca^n de la pluma por
Desde el ertn fino hasta el s miamo al momento dt com-
era grueso... desde el flexible prarla.
< :omplte Pluma Fotnta Ifltrhrook eos
el Lapicero da Preiin Eaasrbtpokfcaoaa*
dol jueao. Baiia oprimir la coroaa para
que la puntilla dcLcrtyon salta an Pjopor-
cia exacta. Proporciona 66 cas. ra-
yn. Eecribe durante meiei sin -
de cargar** de nuevo. Nunca M natre* .
jaanii M uab*.
primii muuiTi i -tuais tt amhca




El programa de intercambio
educativo es una respuesta
a las mentiras comunistas
(U8I8) El libre movimiento de
personas entre los Estados Uni-
dos y otros pases del mundo
ilustra la gran diferencia entre
"el mundo libre y el mundo es-
clavo", de acuerdo con el Dr.
Williams C. Johnstone Jr., Di-
rector de la Oficina de Inter-
cambio Educativo del Departa-
mento de Estado.
Al hablar ante el Consejo de
Asuntos Mundiales de Califor-
nia del Norte, el Dr. Johnstone
Nada tenemos que ocultar.
IVo tenemos que representar el
drama Amrica con el teln aba
Jo. Podemos decirle a los ale-
manes, a los italianos, a los
indios, a los lraneses "Aqui es-
t un boleto hacia la Amrica,
un boleto para una platea de
primera fila desde la cual po-
dris ver libremente la actua-
cin de todo el reparto ameri-
cano." Puede que no les guste el
espectculo-aunque generalmen
te les agrada-pero en todo caso
pueden reconocer la verdad al
ser testigos presenciales de ella"
Johnstone revel que por me-
dio de esfuerzos pblicos y pri-
vados el Pragrama de Inter-
cambio Educativo est recibien-
do vigorosa expansin como fa-
se Importante, de la "campaa
de la verdad" que se inici en
1 los Estados Unidos, contra las
: mentira y desfiguraciones de
i los comunistas".
"En 1950". dijo, "este Gobier-
no trajo alreeddor de 4,300 maes-
tros, estudiantes, Investigadores
cientficos, conferencistas e In-
telectuales a este pas. En 1951
la cifra pasar de 5,000. En 1950
otorgamos becas a ms de 1,250
americanos para que fueran a
efectuar estudios serios a dar
conferencias y a servir como
consejeros especialistas en pa-
ses extranjeros; este ao el n-
I mero ser aumentado a 1,525.
El Dr. Johnstone dijo que la
i Unin Sovitica ha rechazado
las invitaciones que se le hi-
cieron para participar en este
programa, siendo renuente a
exponer a sus ciudadanos a la
tangible de la democracia en
loe otros pases.
Manifest tambin que el pro-
grama de intercambio educativo
no es vulnerable a los'Intentos
comunistas de perturbar la cam
paa de la verdad como en el
caso de las operaciones de "In-
terferencia" contral as traml-
siones y las radiomlsoras de los
Estados Unidos.
NO-SERA PAZ SINO UNA PALA.Usando las mismas armas que los comunistas franceses,
en Pars se ha Instalado un comit anticomunista conocido como el grupo para la "Paz y Liber-
tad". Este cartel condena a la "Peticin de Pac" de Estocolmo, auspiciada por los comunistas,
como "una pala para enterrar, nuestras libertades". En el mismo cartel hay una lista de los
pases que han cado en las (arras del Soviet.
Declara polica
que fue abaleado
Hoy entr a declarar el poli-
ca de la Casa Blanca. Joseph
H. Downs, tirado tres veces en
el estmago durante el ataque
en la Casa filair. en donde To-
rresola, muerto y Osear Colla-
zos, a quien sel e celebra actual-
mente el Juicloi-tntentaron ase-
sina* al Presidente Truman.
Obtienen progresos en la
proyectada defensa europea
Alemania dirigir en breve
sus relaciones exteriores
Recibir pronto ese derecho dentro de ciertas
limitaciones, se informa
La Repblica Federal Alema-
na recibir pronto el derecho
de dirigir sus propias relacio-
nes exteriores dentro de cier-
tas limitaciones, segn se de-
clara en fuentes informadas
aqu. Ello se permitir, dicen
estas fuentes, mediante la a-
tenuacin de la autoridad de
ocupacin de los Estados Uni-
dos, Gran Bretaa y Francia,
en un movimiento por alcan-
zar algunos de los efectos prc-
ticos de un tratado de paz an-
tes de que se lleve a cabo el
acuerdo final.
Un funcionario declar que
el Gobierno de Bonn estara
virtualmente libre para efectuar
sus relaciones exteriores den-
tro de una semana, quedando
a. la revisin de las Potencias
Occidentales tan slo las de-
cisiones de largo alcance.
Aun cuando a la Repblica
Federal Alemana se le permi-
tir tener un agente especial
que represente sus intereses en
las capitales de las tres po-
tencias ocupantes, de acuerdo
con fuentes Informadas aqu,
no nombrar embajadores pues
estima que los Altos Comisio-
nados deben continuar siendo
el contacto oficial entre las po-
tencias ocupantes y la Repbli-
ca Federal.
Lo ideal para su cocina!
CLUB de 50
de aluminio y
Avenida Central 91
bonitos diseos!
"Verdaderos progresos" logran
en el plan de energa atmica
WASHINGTON, Marzo lo. tra la agresin asi como para
(USIS>. Los Estados Unidos los usos de tiempos de paz,
estn realizando "considerable, segn Informa Gordon Dean
progreso" en la acumulacin | Presidente de la Comisin de
de uranio para la defensa con- la Energa Atmica de los Es-
La Preferida on todo ol Mundo
Pro*. 1II. Romit. r*p. it stsrrisn Co.

Si Ud. desea un cigarrillo verda-
deramente rsfroscante... fumo
KOOL. Refresque su garganta con
los deliciosos cigarrillos KOOL...
Siompro frescos y refreocantos.
Pruebe KOOL hoy miomo.
% Ahora ms frescos
.... .orqn. m diieBade
por lo laboratorio i
mvestifsrie. entlfirai da
PYI a Cambrids a. infla
torra, loada loa eerebro.
mas aobraaaJiantaa da Kadia
britnico aaUa dadicadoa
aneoDtrai proba progreso.
MODELO ItCi Para aarrioau
MODELO Ci Para acomnla-
dor da voltio
El major acceptor del aaunde,
Todaa laa baldas da onda corta
Enrhuflea para Tocadiscos y alto
arlante adicional.
Contral da tona para la variacin
Gabinete bin proporcionado, aca-
bado do nasal,
Hecho especialmente para al clima
Alto arar a bajo coate.
tados Unidos.
Dean dijo en un discurso
pronunciado por radio' que "se
estn realizando considerable
progreso en el programa, ver-
dadero progreso". Estamos tra-
tando de modelarlo y admi-
nistrarlo de tal manera que
sirva a la nacin para la de-
fensa contra la agresin y
tambin que sirva a la paz".
Si las armas atmicas no se
necesitaran para la defensa de
la libertad, el material atmi-
co puede retirarse de ellas y
dedicarse a los usos pacficos
pues ese material no se dete-
riorara por miles de aos, di-
jo Dean. "En otras palabras,
podremos convertir las arara
atmicas en arados de la mis-
ma manera que los arados en
sables", dijo Dean, quien ex-
plic que el Congreso ha au-
torizado la Inversin de ms
de $1,250,000.000 durante el ao
fiscal actual para la obtencin
de uranio y para la construc-
cin de ms plantas elabo-
"Esto es necesario", dijo
Dean, 'debido a las acciones
belicosas y a la poltica que
sigue Rusia".
iUSISiEl Secretarlo de Estado
Auxiliar. George W. Perkins, y
otro funcionarios del Departa-
ment de Estado que tienen a
i su cargo los asuntos europeos,
j declaran que se est alcanzan-
do alentador progreso en Euro-
pa e la formacin de la fuerza
ae defensa.
Expresaron esta opinin di-
chos funcionarios durante un
programa de televisin trasmi-
tido a travs de una red de es-
Perkins, quien acaba de re-
gresar de una serie de confe-
rencias con los Embajadores de
les Estados Unidos en Europa;
Occidental y Oriental, y con
funcionarlos de varios gobiernos
dijo que los europeos compren-
den la amenaza sovitica me-
jor que los americanos. Ello, di-
jo, se sabe a que estn ms pr-
ximos a Rusia y saben "cono so
aplasta al Individuo y se des-
truye la libertad bajo el sistema,
El Secretario Auxiliar Perkins
dijo que es evidente lo que so
proponen hacer los europeos en
relacin con esta amenaza. Con-
cedi que en algunos crculo
existe el sentimiento de buscar
refugio en un intil neutralis-
mo, proveniente ese sentimiento
de la creencai de que esos pa-
ses son dbiles y de que nada
podran hacer, pero continu:
"Afortunadamente ese sentU
miento ms se ha propagadoy
me complace manifestar quo
como resultado de mi viaje a#-
t.oy ms seguro que nunca rio
que el pueblo de Europa en ge-
neral cree que puede ser lo su*
flclentemente fuerte para pro-
tegerse y que si lo hace, croo
que podr evitarse la guerra".
Para f'ftat. a o
Para ser cada da ms bonita..,,
confie en
1. LIMPIE so cutis. Si m
piel aa rutea, limpie la con la
penetrante (rema Limpia-
dora para Calis Saco. Si
su culis as normal, uaa Saloa
Cold Creara. Y si es armte,
la lia par (rema Limpia-
dora para Calla
t. ESTIMULE su piel. Lo.
culi, maro normal cobran
una encantadora apariencia ai
se estimulan con Locin Flor
de Aaahar. de Dorothy Gray,
aplicada con lisera palmarli-
tas. Para cutil fratoto
sela Locin Latinea.
foro que tu tutis sao cada da ms
neantador -. confe en los cionfficos
productos Dorothy Gray, creados esps-
co/menf poro su tipo do cutis .;. Cuido
su pial siguiondo ol sonciltsimo Tro-
tamionto[Bsko 1-2-3 todo* los dio,!
8. LUBRIQUEm tejidos.
El cutis resaco e normal d-
quiere una juvenil tersura cou
la Mixtura Especial, qua
nutre los tejidos. El cutis fra-
toto necesita la Crema
Porque embellece mis, ao a.
extralo qua ms mujere ameri-
cana asen las cremas Dorothy
Gray, mis qua cualquiera otra
na d. aaloa-
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La Junta de Turismo dar
ra cooperacin al xito
del Reinado Tpico JNac
Oon todo entusiasmo ha aco-
ldo el Comisionado General de
'mismo, don Rogelio Roble;.
la celebracin del Reinado Ti-
pleo Nacional que auspicia la
Confederacin de Asociaciones
Cvicas Interioranas. Una co-
misin del Comit organizador
de este certamen le visit en
el dia de ayer manifestndole
a sta que "tal actividad e>
de un gran valor para la a-
tracci:) turstica y de un gran
alcance social que ojal se lle-
gara a hacer tradicional en el
l". seor Robles ofreci todo
bu respaldo y ayuda para la
decoracin de carros alegricos
con interesantes motivos tipl-
ees que reflejen el folklore na-
cional. Entre tanto el comita
oanlzador sigue trabajando
con todo empeo para presen-
tar la sms variadas atraccio-
La actividad de todas las can-
. didatas ha logrado el entusias-
mo de todo el pais y cada da
' es mayor el respaldo que estn
I recibiendo de la ciudadana en
1 general. Como se sabe, esta
actividad se est desarrollando
con el noble prlpslto de con-
tribuir a mejorar la salud del
I campesino a travs de la Jira
I Mdico Aslstenclal que dirigir
el Dr. Francisco Samaniego en
la Provincia de Herrera y las
' Caravanas Sanitarias Areas del
Dr. Luis Carlos Prieto.
El sbado 3 de marzo e
efectuar el segundo escrutinio
de este gran Reinado Tpico
Nacional, en los salones de la
Confederacin en Avenida "B"
No. 48 de esta ciudad. El Co-
: mlt Organizador nos ha pedi-
do Invitar cordlalmcntc a la
ciudadana a este gran destlval
que estar amenizado por una
de las mejores orquestas de la
capital y el Conjunto Tipleo de
Tobas Pllcet.
I Ecos de visita a Chiriqu \
por Robert LAMBER
Una voz en el telfono dijo:, Volean. Ellos vieron muchas
"habla 1 editor?" de la grandes lincas en 1
"Bueno", repliqu, despus provincia y quedaron real y
de pensarlo un rato, "Yo soy, profundamente Impresionados
el compaero que ayuda a por las posibilidades agrcolas,
Mcllehnny. Qu puedo hacer ganaderas y econmicas de la
por usted?" I regln. David, por tanto, tle-
No era una vos sin acento, I ne un definido futuro como U
pero su dueo no me caba capital de la Texas de Centro
duda qu traa en su mente, Amrica. (Claro, yo s que Pa-
"Qu tiene usted contra Chi- nam no est en Centro Ame-
riqui?", dijo l. Yo repliqu rica.)
que nada- nada contra Iran- late Interesante datp sobre
aa, nada contra Texas. En ver-1 la Impresin que caus a ios
dad salvo por el acento, su voz activos miembros del Chase
sonaba como de la de un teja- Eank sobre David y. Chirlqui
no que se imaginaba contra en general, me lo dio el ms
el lunar porque yo no haba autoritario. En efecto, la reo-
aparecido por el rodeo de prl- bi de Ed Healy mismo y Ed
mavera nunca ha si conocido por exa-
Quieii llamaba estaba dls- gerar nada excepto la tasa de
gustado, tal me dijo sin con- intrs compuesto,
templaclones, porque nosotros Ademas del desarrollo gana-
no hablamos publicado nada I dero y agricola de Chirlqui,
acerca de la visita de David | hay un ngulo en el cual la
Rockefeller a- Chirlqui. Don provincia es mas Tejana que
David es un vicepresidente del de Eagle Pass. SI usted pre-
Chase National Bank de New, tunta la nacionalidad de cual-
York y despus de su reciente | quiera de esa parte del mun-
vislta a Chirlqui, predijo que do, l. nunca contesta que es
esa regln tena tremendas po- panameo. Su respuesta ser
slbllidades de desarrollo, que invariablemente: "Soy chirl-
en realidad ella se convertir cano."
en una de las ms ricas reas1 Por otra parte, ha pregun-
ai sur de Ro Grande. ; tado usted la nacionalidad de
El Sr Rockefeller (me gus-' un tejano? Usted puede andar
ta ese nombro fu a Chiriqu con ellos en las laderas de los
como husped del Dr. Carlos Himalayas, el Desierto de sa-
N. Brin. Ministro de Relacio- har .o en una bodega de li-
nes Exteriores de Panam. O- cores de Singapore y todava
tros miembros del paseo eran I pensara como un chirlcano -
Otto T Kreuser. tambin vice- o viceversa, depende cmo le
presidente del Chase, y guste a usted el "vice .
Nuevas candidatas
se suman para el
reinado de Azuero
Justamente, completando la
docena, dos nuevas deidades,
la Srtas: Nifa Vasquz, por
Guarar y Marta Elvira Ad-
mad por Patita, se han de-
cidido participar en el gran
concurso de simpatas que aus-
pician las ed. de Soc. Sanie-
as y Herreranas.
En un feliz haz de frater-
Guarar se est terminando la construccin de un edificio de
hormign armado y techo de hierro corrugado, que contiene
dispensario, polica y correo. Tiene una rea de 146 metros
cuadrados. El obra de la administracin actual.
Edward J. Healy Jr., quien es-
t encargado de los millones
del Chse Bank en esta Re-
Adems de visitar David, la
capital de la provincia, el pa-
seo recorri toda la regln del
Bueno, mt amigo de la voz
de Chirlqui sobre el telfono,
estoy de acuerdo con usted.
No puede estar ms de acuer-
do con usted. Chirlqui tiene
un tremendo futuro. Todava
insiste usted?
1Tejido transparente.
4Uno de los nombres de
9Oxido de calcio.
12-rSe atreva.
13Flor blanca.
,.4Del verbo arar.
15Que acta con
19Hijo de Ddalo.
21Planta hortense.
22Ave cubana.
24Cerro o monte de poca
30Piadosas, Inv.
31Entregar, Inv.
32Caso de pronombre.
asEn el mar, Inv.
85Rio de Suiza.
37Regala, entrega.
38Pecado capital.
40 Rio de Francia.
42Sacerdotes tlbetanos.
44Peligrar la embarcacin.
48Extremidad de las aves.
9Romano clebre por su
IIParte del cuerpo humano.
54 Asamblea de religiosos.
80 Apcope de norte.
82De una raza de Filipinas.
83Del verbo osar.
9Guardar silencio.
11Articulo, Pl.
16Poblacin de Espaa.
18Golpe dado por ciertos
animales con las patas
20Ondulacin de las aguas.
23Cerro en medio de un valle.
26Del verbo nadar.
27Atrevido, audaz, Inv.
29Arma antigua
39Azada grande,
41Perro, Inv.
43Dicese a los gatos.
46Del verbo rasgar.
50-T-Hermaiias de loa padres.
51Isla griega.
52Del verbo asar.
53Del verbo arar
56Metal precioso.
59Orden Tradicional, Inic.
!! 1VEH
?bite; dee urn
1Afeccin de la garganta.
IPrenda masculina.
8Del verbo arar, Inv.
6Caso de pronombre.
7Dios de los mahometanos.
8Relativo a la sincopa.
T1 Tlfin C 0|l DU
mint' urn
Mni7,i> ntTOFi nun
niiiij MEufr.
ion ronut;
I M 01 tikMk lIaIr
nntrn nrn nnrjn
pirrr nran i?i?nr
NOTA: Este sera un nue-
vo servicio permanente que
establecer esta Pgina del
Interior de "El Panama-Ame-
rica", para beneficio de l?s
productores agrcolas del pas.
Ser un servicio de inter-con-
sulta mutua. Cualquier arti-
culo que usted lea y consi-
dere importante que nuestros
campesinos conozcan su fon-
do, recrtelo y envelo a "El
Panama-America." El Lie.
Guillermo E. Beleo C, lo es-
------- i
Estamos preparando el te-
rreno. Para sembrar hay que
arar primero. Estamos confia-
dos de que dentro de dos se-
manas a lo sumo, comenzarn
a llover los artculos de nues-
tros tcnicos agrcolas y sani-
tarios para darnos trabajos de
alientos, prcticos y positivo*
para el progreso de nuestra
produccin agrcola y la salud
del hombre y sus alimentos.
Por nuestra parte, estamos
traduciendo ya una serie de
artculos sobre agricultura, es-
crito especialmente para el
campesino promedio, que sern,
a no dudar, de gran utilidad
para nuestros hombres produc-
tores del campo y la ciudad.
Es indudable que este nue-
vo servicio de la Pgina Inte-
rior ha de afianzarse tambin
y no slo ser el medio de un
Se ruega a nuestros corresponsales ser
breves en sus informaciones, pues debido al
poco espacio con que contamos nos ser im-
posible insertar sug noticias a tiempo.
Panam se adhiere
a la Organizacin
Mundial de Salud
York. Marzo lo. (USISiLa Re-
pblica de Panam ha pasado
a ser el 75o. miembro de la Or-
ganizacin Mundial de la Salud,
segn ha anunciado ese orga-
nismo especializado de las Wa-
clones Unidas.
Todas las repblicas america-
nas, con excepcin de Colombia,
son ya miembros de 1 OMS.
tudiar y har un extracto
o resumen para conocimiento
de nuestros leetores. Oese
usted saber algo sobre algn
problema agricola? Enre su
pregunta y se la publicare-
mos. Estados seguros que ios
tcnicos agrcolas e industria-
les del pais se Interesarn
por contestarla y asi, poco a
poco, estableceremos*, un se-
lido sistema inter*eoneulta
mutua en asuntos de agricul-
tura y sanidad rural.
sistema de interconsulta, sino
que puede ser el medio de dar
salida y conocimiento amplio
a trabajos importantes reali-
zados en nuestro medio por
quienes aman Investigar las
cuestiones sanitarias.
La ventaja de esta columna
a la larga, ser el poder com-
binar los avances de la tcni-
ca agrcola, con el avance en
las tcnicas sanitarias. Ser,
finalmente, el avance manco-
munado de todas las fuer/as
tcnicas de nuestro pais para
Prepara Nata
la celebracin
de sus fiestas
NATA, Feb. 28. Correspon-
sal). El pueblo de Nata se
est preparando con gran en-
tusiasmo para celebrar sus
tradicionales fiestas del San
Juan De Dios, durante los das
7 y 8 de Marzo prximo.
La Junta de Festejos est
integrada este ao por las ac-
tivas educadoras Juana C. de
Bal, Presidenta: Elisia C. de
Chanls: Tesorera y la 8rta.
Jllma Prados, secretarla.
Segn nos manifestaron es-
tas representantes de la Jun-
ta de Festejos, casi todos los
preparativos para las festivi-
dades religiosas y profanas es-
tn listos y esperan como
siempre, la cooperacin de los
buenos natariegos, del comer-
cio y de los amigos del pue-
blo de Nata.
Este ao las festividades
profanas se Iniciarn el 8 de
Marzo con un tambor de or-
den, donde se lucir el traje
tipleo nacional y durante los
das 7 y 8. los regios y entu-
siastas bailes, que Nata sabe
brindar siempre a sus vistan-
tes. can una renombrada or-:
questaTde la capital, que ser
contratada en el curso de es-
ta semana.
No lo olvide: SAN JUAN DE
DIOS en NATA, el 7 y 8 de
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
"Loa Corresponsales debers
ceirse iaj ms desapasiona,
das naresas periodsticas. Debas
enviar al peridico los asante*
y. noticias ms interesante* qn<
afectan a la comunidad En ab-
soluto e trata do ana aporta-
nidad para hacer determinada*
ramnaiiax polistsM
Pgina a eargo da
I.A| PALMASnao Hq turro, b
EL MEALSr. OMkll O***
Adopta medidas
la Alianza de
Con una asistencia de ms
de treinta de sus socios la a-
grupacln ALIANZA GARA-
CHINEA" efectu una impor-
tante sesin en el saln de
costumbre ayer. Fueron acor-
dados los siguientes asuntos:
1) Oficiar una misa en una
de las Iglesias de la capital,
por el descanso de los jaque-
seos desaparecidos en el nau-
fraglo de la lancha "Josefina
Mong". 2) impjulsar la pavl- j"" c'ita~~TrrewR."" Oracleia
mentacin de la Calle Meree-iy Nin(a vsquez. Marta
del e2fel ,PueWo df, Garacl^n I Elvira y Matilde Tello se dls-
y 3i Efectuar una Jira por Oa-iputarrf palmo a palm0 ei prl-
racaln y La Palma en el rae ^ t Todo, los pUeb]0S
de Marzo. Un Comit integra-, citad ?.< Pr 'os 80f10i Jst de '* nente agitacin, v la conqus-
telo Alvaro A. Contreras, E- ta or la corona de Azue ha
&S2... MArc0 T^.L\ logrado la mancomunln de
nales aspiraciones, los pueblos
de: Oc, Chltr. Las Minas,
Los Pozos, Pocri de Los San-
tos, Los Santos. Guarar, Pa-
rita, Macaracas, Las Tablas,
Lajarr.lna, Santa Mara y Pe-
s se dedicarn hasta el 31 de
Marzo a luchar por sus dig-
nas representantes. Por io
pronto, informes recibidos, re-
velan que la lucha est ad-
quiriendo grandes proporcio-
nes, ya que el 8 de Marzo sien-
do Chltr la sede del escruti-
nio, habr un gran despliegue
de fuerzas, en el que las Be-
xie Rodrguez, Eda Carrizo,
Betty Ortega, Edllma Espino,
Carmen Sols, Elba Vargas,
Carmen Cedeo, Celmlra Tre-
Presldente de la Instltutcin
harn los arreglos para el me-
jor desarrollo de la excursin.
En medio del mayor entusias-
mo se clausur la sesin de
tres horas de deliberacin, con
el desarrollo de un Programa
cultural d discursos, cancio-
nes, poesas y un brndis ofre-
cido a loe socios.
oitas dos Provincias para la
realizacin de sus ms caras
aspiraciones: el progreso ma-
terial y cultural de ambas.
l,ea "El Aviso Oportiw"
UAVID(iimo Airar 4.
BOQUETE Inrtcoa Watts
LA LAJAfU-Amaoo oasror
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RIO OE JESUB -au.i BoiaaH
LAB CALMAS-Caiai Gordlllo
C.SAZAS--Paro J. Mtrlda
"Al.< BREMli-uti OaniSlai
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Caldero a
CHITIIE Ramo Caraira
LAS MINASEpldanidaa QalsMM
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PESEJorf AteArraf
De conformidad con lo que es-
tablece el Art. 777 del Cdigo
de Comercio, aviso al pblico,
que por medio de la Escritura
Pblica No. 210 de Febrero 8
de 1951 de la Notarca Segunda
del Circuito de Panam, he
comprado a la seora CAR-
establecimiento comercial de
su propiedad de nominado
cado en Pueblo Nuevo de esta
Panam, Feb. 9 de 1951.
M un tnico d* verdad
su mejoramiento prctico e ln- para hombre)* y mujire
medlatl de nuestra produccin
Manos a la tarea y estamos
Coapr CARNOL o la boHco.
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vivo*. La rica y activi espuma de
Rinso penetra a trav de todos
lot articulo, haciendo desaparecer
toda la suciedad de manera
completa y suave. Los resultado*
son siempre mejore cuando se
lava con Rinso.
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todo su /avado
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Amrica Latina tiene la solucin?
Visin publica un articulo de suma importancia sobre las nuevas posibilidadea
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cana. Vea en Visin cmo Argentina y Brasil aumentan su industria nacional del
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britnico sobre Molotov, el probable sucesor de Stalin'.
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Infurmes para eel 8 seccin se reciben en la
r\eaaccin Social
Tofene I-JIM HORASt t:M a 10:M a.m. Apartado 114
Mrele Mcrgan,
actriz nica
"la mejir del muntb"
oot "Sinf :na Pastor!"
Sodai Zfonieca Lamora ff/ora-rritv
Tapia quienes contraern matri-
monio prximamente, un grupo
ce sus amistades los agasaja-
ron anoche con una comida en
t Club Unin.
imbio de Residencia
El Lie. Eduardo Valcs y se-
' )ra Thelma E. de Valds han
: as lad ado su residencia a los
iltos de Paitilla an donde se
lonen al as rdenes de sus
>r far Amrica
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de biervenlda al Dr. Octavio
Mndez Perelra y seora Lu
Q. de Mndez quienes regresa-
ion ayer de Chile.
Saludamos cordlalmente a la
seorita Judith Mir, Secreta-
ria de la Embajada de Panama
rn el Per, quien lleg ayer a
nuestra capital en donde pasar
varios dias.
Se plegarn esta noche sus
mejores galas los lirios y las
azucenas en homenaje a la
gentil novia, seorita Maria Eu-
genia Mora, hija del Dr. Ramn
E. Mora y seora Angela Prieto
o> Mora, quien ante el altar
mayor de la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey pronunciar los sagrados
votos, uniendo asi sus destinos
al seor Alfredo Fonseca Z. hl
jo del seor Enrique Fonseci
Zlga y seora Lila Zamora de
fonseca. .
La novia elegante y/ esbelta
lucir una delicadsima/creacin
en tul nylon con encajes valen-
cianos, obra de la hbil manos
de Nina Mastellarl, y entrar al
templo precedida de sus damas
seoritas Marluchu Vivando
Prieto y Marltza Uribe Arango,
en Idnticos vestidos de nylon
color agua, a quienes acompa-
arn los caballeros Francis H.
Escoffery y Jaime A. Jcome.
Ser tambin dama la graciosa
nia Sandra Elela Bo>d atavia-
da en un vaporoso vestido de
nylon aqua.
Apadrinarn la ceremonia los
padrea de los novios, el Dr. Luis
c. Prieto, la seora Trinidad E.
de Casanovas. el Dr. Julio Ar-
mando Lavergne y seora Marta
F de Lavergne, el seor Gabriel
Ossa vicuii.. j *ela
M. de Ossa, el seor Merlo ron-
reca Z. la seora Oergina Z. de
Uenrlquez, el seor Francis E.
Escoffery y seora Elena F. de
Escoffery, el seor Paul A. Su-
llivan, la seora Rosita Prieto
e> Vivado, el seor Eladio Fon-
seca Vlllafranca y la seora
Clemencia O. de Fonseca.
Recibirn los desposados las
felicitaciones de sus familiares
\ amigos ntimos, durante una
recepcin, la cual ofrecern los
padres de la novia en su resi-
dencia. Profusin de flores blan
cas adornarn los salones de re-
cibo y destacndose el pastel de
bodas, elaboradop or doa Ma-
nta de De Pool.
Al engalanar nuestras colum-
nas con la novia de hoy, desea-
mos a esta distinguida pareja
toda la dicha y la felicidad a
la cual ellos por sus relevan-
tes dotes y su talento son
acreedores deesando a la vez
que su hogar sea formado sobre
la? slidas bases del cario y
la tolerancia.
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Paul Kramer, quien se
encuentra pasando varios dias
en Panama, husped del Dr.
Harmodlo Arlas Jr.
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Gabriela L.
de Newman quien guarda cama
en la clnica San Fernando.
Abandtnan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la seora Dora
Z. de Chevalier quien abandon
ayer el Hospital Panam.
Completamente restablecida
se encuentra de nuevo en su re-
sidencia la nia Annabella Va-
llarlno Arlas. Nos alegramos.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Rebeca A. de Borgian-
Seora Delia P. de Patton
Seora Caridad de Morales
Seora Raquel R. de Grajales
Seor Pablo Arosemena A.
Seor Jaime A. Jcome
, Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Elvirita Z. de Arlas
, Srta. Cecilia Vallarino Qul-
Seor Ricardo Aurelio Mir.
Cambio de Residencia
SE. el Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores, Dr. Carlos N". Brln
y seora Dora A. de Brln ofre-
cen esta noche una comida en
su residencia para despedir a
SE. el Embajador de Colombia,
Dr. Oonzalo Qaitn y seora
Elvira de Oaltn, quienes regre-
san prximamente a Bogot.
...... 1
Sonriente! Asi ve siempre al ne-
ne quo est protegido contra irrita-
ciones do la piel, con
Talco Johnson. Espe-
cial para nidos Puro,
suave, refrescante.
lUselo usted tam-
bin! | Le encantar!
8.E. el Ministro de China, se-
or Cheng Chen-Yu ofrece es-
la noche una comida en su re-
sidencia, en honor del Coman-
dante en Jefe del Comando del
Caribe. Teniente General Wi-
lliam H. H. Morris Jr. y seora
y del Comandante General de
la Fuerza Area del Caribe. Bri-
gadier General Emil C. iKeld y
seora a la cual ha sido Invita-
do un grupo de sus amistades.
Comida 4
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, el seor Octavio
Mndez G. y seora Marina P.
de Mndez ofrecieron el martes
una comida en su residencia.
Comida en el Club Unin
Para agasajar a la seorita
Emma Velarde y al Dr. Arturo
Sabe mejor l
Los minoristas
tambin debemos de contribuir,
y esto incluye el soportar un
alza en el costo de la vida, pe-
ro tambin nos damos cuenta
de que el alza no debe llegar
a la exageracin, ni debe de-
pender del capricho de algn
comerciante Inescrupuloso, y de
aqu que pensemos que slo la
Intervencin oficial de usted,
con miras solamente al bienes-
tar general, puede poner las
cosas dentro de un marco ra-
En su carta, los minoristas
enumeran varios artculos que
han sufrido un alza considera-
ble, cuya relacin es la siguien-
te: Manteca, de B.9.00 a B.11.60
porotos, de 19.00 a 26.00; arroz,
de t.00 a 11.00; lentejas, de
22.00 a 27.00; sal, de 3.75 a 9.00;
papel de envolver, de 12.50 a
30,00; Sopa Ltpton de 10.25 a
ll.30p y salsa de tomates de
14.50 a 22.50.
Dicen los minoristas que esto
los pone en una situacin cada
vez ms desventajosa para lu-
char ante la competencia de
las cadenas de tiendas que "po-
dramos llamar mayoristas-mi-
noristas", y si stos artculos de
primera necesidad han subido
en un promedio de un treinta
a un cuarenta por ciento, el
pueblo panameo tiene ahora
mismo un treinta a un cua-
renta menos de potencialidad
para sostener sus necesidades."
Los minoristas sugieren al
Ministro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias la Importacin
de una cantidad suficiente de
rroz pira suplir el consumo
local, en vista de "ya escasea
*? *orm* lmantf y el pre-
cio tiende a subir an mas"
Los minoristas celebraron el
lunes una reunin con el Al-
calde del Distrito, Lie Ange!
Vega Mndez, an donde cru-
zaron ideas sobre la manera de
evitar el alza lnjustifloada en
los precios de los artculos de
?IhV*A necesldd. El Alcalde
i ,ad0 tr"lado del asun-
rnmLr, ^"cultura,
comercio e Industrias, y na-
nf"* er* convocada una reu-
Pre j '* ,UnU de Contrl de
Mlchaele Morgan culmina su
gran carrera artstica con un
rotundo triunfo en "Slnfonia
Pastoral", al ser seleccionada
en el Festival internacional de
Cannes, como "la mejor actriz
del mundo", irnico si se quie-
re es este trlunlo de la actriz
francesa, quien durante sus li-
os en Hollywood no pudo lle-
gar a establecerse, culpa Indu-
dablemente de los roles que le
asignaron, que no se encuadra-
ban a su personalidad.
Despus de su xito en "Pa-
blla" la sugestiva estrella fu
escogida para Interpretar el
difcil papel de la muchacha
ciega en "Sinfona Pastoral",
logrando en este film su defi-
nitiva consagracin. New York
Times dice que su actuacin
"es una exquisita obra de ar-
Hoy en el Teatro Presidente,
que se estrena regularmente
"Sinfona Pastoral", podr ad-
mirarse la labor extraordinaria
de Mchele Morgan.
anunciara al pblico el alerta,
a fin de que no ocurra nin-
guna alarma cuando suenen
las sirenas.
Cada vez que haya prcticas
de alerta, el Comando del Ca-
ribe anunciara por la prensa
como en sta ocasin la
hora exacta y el lugar de las
prcticas, para evitar alarmas
entre el pblico. Slnembargo.
cuando suenen las sirenas sin
previo aviso, es que algo est
El Canal de Panam est
preparando un Informe sobre
los acontecimientos que ocu-
rrieron el Sbado pasado en la
noche cuando sonaron las si-
renas de alarma al reportarse
un avin sin Identificar vo-
lando sobre Gatn.
los actos de terror desencade-
nados contra La Prensa". La-
cerda pide a Cooke que trans-
mita a su Gobierno "las ex-
presiones de nuestra profunda
j indignacin y vehemente pro-
testa por los actos que contri-
buyen a perturbar el exterior
concepto de que tradlclonal-
mente goza Argentina como
nacin civilizada, Incapaz de
tolerar actos de barbarle dig-
nos de los ms salvajes re-
gmenes totalitarios".
El Embajador de los Estados
Unidos en Argentina Inform
que Franl: Shea, el correspon-
sal americano y Leonard Me
Comb, el fotgrafo britnico,
representantes de Times y
Lites, sern puestos en liber-
tad alrededor de las once des-
pus de haber sido manteni-
dos arrestados desde la una de
le tarde del mircoles, para
interrogarlos en coneccln con
lo que vieron y las fotografas
que tomaron en el tiroteo en
La Prensa.
Sonarn las sirenas
assde **,n **
El portavoz del Ejrcito dijo
que el alerta ser efectuado
R?r .pr?b*r,e| funcionamien-
to del plan de alerta de Fuer-
te Amador, y afectar al per-
sonal de se fuerte solamente
El Comando Areo del Ca-
ribe hizo nfasis n qua se
Chocan aviones
neral Earle E. Partridge, de la
6a- Fuerza Area.
Esta ha primera vez
desde el principio de febrero
que los aviones de propulsin
construidos por rusos han cho-
cado con los aviones norteame-
ricanos. Un escuadrn de F-80,
"estrellas fugaces", de los Es-
tados Unidos, del cuerpo de ca-
zas interceptores 51, volaban
a cerca de 30,000 pies de altu-
ra cuando divisaron cuatro a-
vtones MI-15 de propulsin a
chorros comunistas y se tiraron
a Interceptarlos. Antes de que
los cuatro aviones se dispusie-
ran al combate, ocho aviones
ms rojos de propulsin a cho-
rro atacaron a los F-80 repen-
tinamente y se Inici la "pelea
de perro" que termin con el
dao de los MIG-15 rojos.
Sobre la reunin
Asuntos Interamericanos. Tho-
mas C. Mann. y a W. Tappley
Bennett, Jr., Funcionario Encar-
gado do loe Asuntos Centroame-
ricanos en el Departamento de
Estado. Bennett est coordinan-
do la participacin de los Estados
Unidos en la Conferencia, la cual
se Iniciar el 26 de marzo.
BANQUETE AL DOCTOR GAYTAN.Fotografa tomada de la comida ofrecida anoche en el
Club Unten al Doctor Gmalo Gaytn, EmbajaJor de Colombia, por sus coleg. los paname-
os miembro de la Academia Colombiana de Jurisprudencia, con motivo de ausentarse del
pas. En el centro, el Dr. Ricardo J. Aliare, ex-Presidente de la Repblica; el Dr. Gonzalo
Garlan, Embajador do Colombia, y el Dr. Harmodlo Arias, ex-Presldente de la Repblica, y
alrededor de estos, el Dr. Dmaso A. Cerrera, el Dr. Manuel A. Herrera Lara y Dr. Miguel A.
Grimaldo Bernal, ex-Presidentes de la Corte Suprema de Justicia y el Dr. Jos D. Moscote,
ex-Presldente del Tribunal de lo Contencloso-AdmlnUtratl-o.
Se espera
mera en conquistar sus obje-
tivos al capturar Amldong en
las montaas del este central
a 31 millas al sur del paralelo
38 contra una ligera oposicin
en la cual la 7a. Divisin des-
truy un grupo norcoreano que
defenda una colina al sur dt
su objetivo.
La primera divisin de ma-
rina eruto un puente liso]
de 900 pies al oeste de Hoeng-
song en estrecha pelea en el
frente central y empujaron ha-i
ca el norte hacia la base prin-
cipal china de Honp.chon.
La primera divisin de caba-
llera atacar a un batalln
chino a bayoneta y tomaron la
rugosa colina 318, justamente al
sur de Yongdu, 31 mil al sur
del paralelo 38 en el oeste del
frente central.
Los avances dieron a los cuer-
pos noveno y dcimo de las
Naciones Unidas, el control de
las tierras sin hombres de las
ciudades de Hoengsong y Yong-
du, y los ha empujado sobre
otra nueva linea de "no reti-
rada" al sur del paralelo 38.
Se cree que al norte de estas
dos ciudades hay cinco ejrci-
tos comunistas chinos en la li-
nea del frente se encuentrpn
los ejrcitos del 42 y del iS.
Detras de ellos estn los hom-
bres del 39 y del 40 y ms
atrs el 37 en reserva cerca de
Hongchon, 15 millas al noroeste
de Hoengsong.
La reactivada ofensiva tiene
como objetivo matar lo ms
que sea posible de los rojos
chinos y norcoreanos al sur del
paralelo 38. El primer asalto
de la semana enterr los alia-
dos en una tierra lodosa bajo
Una reorf anizacin
dio, Mareos A. Robles, Joan
B. Arias, Aquilino Boyd, Lo-
renzo Barrase, Csar Arre*
cha, Agustn Jan, Carlea A.
Harris, Demetrio Decereg-a,
Asael Vargas Gregorio de loa
Res, Israel Barrera, Carlos
Chang Ortiz.
Enrique A. Jimnez, Bob Sito F.
Slo la ONU es
interesadas y prestar su valle*
so consejo sobre asuntos de lat-
ieres comn.
El Secretario General dije
que "la defensa militar contra
la agresin en Corea se caree*
terlza por la naturaleza Inter-
nacional, pues aunque 41 por
ciento son fuerzas norte-ame-
ricanas, 52 por ciento pertene-
cen a Corea y los Estado*
miembros. Se han aceptado o
fertas de ayuda militar y de
otra clase de 26 pases.
Por cerrar la
cuerpo de Dowd.
El avin llevaba veinte hora*
brea de la fuerza area en vue-
lo militar especial desde la bese
area de Lecklan, en San An-
tonio, hacia Denver.
El Capitn Oleen C. Edds.
piloto del DC-3. dijo que nota
poco despus de las S a.m. que
aparato de luces Indicaba que
la puerta trasera no habla aide
cerrada propiamente.
las lluvias. La infantera en bo-
tes de asalto tomaron una is-
la de dos millas de largo en el
rio Han, cuatro millas al sur-
este de Sel.
Los B-29 de Okinawa dejaron
caer 40 toneladas de bombas
en las comunicaciones en loa
centros de Chaeryong y Serl-
on, al sur de Pyongyang, ano-
che, mientras que otros B-21
de esa base Iniciaron una serla
de 24 horas con 160 toneladaa
sobre Hamhung y Chongjin en
la costa noreste.
Nueva llanta de Seguridad
No hay otra llanta
con estos rasgos
exclusivos de seguridad
NUEVA Construccin "Flox-Arc".. .45%
ms fuerte en la zona de reventamiento.
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Bienes Races
II VtNDIN:Clava, tubera maro.
cero acanalado. Fir-Tex i carton
iilador pmtm cieloi raso) modt-
rai. lavjmanoi, axcuiodos. ate.
lot precies mil bojoi an ploia
'a. llaaaatJa Juan Franco. Tal.
SE VENDE: -- Incubadoro elctrica.
Tel. 3-0255.
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Caso de
campo en Chorrera lEI Cocol Tel.
JE VENDEPlanta elctrica autom-
tica Kohler de gasolina. 1.5 KVA
con baleras. Llamar 83-2187 o
Casa 2002-A. Curund.
VE VENDE Gabinete de dos tem-
peraturas, un gobmete de helados,
una vidriero de 4 pies. Refrescos
Grif. Colle "Q" No. I.
TvENDE;34 caberos de goriado:
Vacos, novillos. toretes, e t c.
En Punta B.60.00. Cerca de lo
ciudad. Informes: Calle 29 Este
\to. 11 I Exposicin; de 7 a 8 p.
5E VENDE:Caja fuerte de acero,
"extro large". Tamao exterior
2' x 4' x 6'3". Dirjose a Termi-
nales Panam, Avenida Jos Fran-
cisco de lo Osso No. 75. telfono
SE VENDE:Cntrico y ocreditodo
negocio, por no poder administrar-
se. Pora informes escriba al Sr.
Kuylen. Aportado 1828, Son Jo-
s, Costo Rico.
SE VENDE: i Negocio productivo en
lugor cntrioo y comercial por no
poderse atender personolmente. In-
formarse en el Comisoriato Pona-
mi, Calle 21 de Enero No. 6.
Ofrecemos en Calle 9o., Parque
Lefevre. chalet de 2 recamaras, 2
baos, salo y comedor, cuarto de
empleada. 2 terrazas y buena pis-
cina. Lote de 325 Mts. Precio paro
venta rpido, B.I 1,000.00. Foci-
lidodes de pago. Wolff y Ca. Ltda.
Colle 5o. No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE: Hudson 1947 sedan
Commodore-8, 4 puertas. Buenas
condiciones, buenas Montas, asegu-
rado, precio B.758.00. 612-A, Ca-
lle Sago, Cocol i, C. Z.
SE VENDE:Camin Ford, 1947 de
2 1-2 tonelodas, volquete. Prube-
lo y se convencer da su buen esta-
do. Vendo baratsimo. Arosemena,
tolleres SAS, Via Porros.
SE VENDE Por motivo vioja, carro
Lincoln, 1946, en perfectas con-
diciones precio quema. Farmacia
Ruiz, Pcnom.
SE VENDECrosley Sedan, 1947 de-
rechos pagados. B.350.00. Caso
No. 23, Apto. 4. Calle 50, Bella
El Conol de Ponomi ofrece en ven-
ta al mejor postor los edificios n-
meros 3. 7. 8, 9 y un edificio sin
nmero, todos situados en el orea
antiguo para controlar malaria en
Paraso. Se recibirn selladas en lo
oficina del Supply and Service Di-
rector en Balboa Heights hasta las
10:30 o. m. del dia 7 de Morzo de
1951 cuondo se abrirn en pblico.
Los formulnos de propuesta con de-
talles completos podrn obtenerse en
las oficinas del Supply and Service
Director en Balfcioo Heights.
Si desee comprar un carro, llantos,
motores o cualquier artefacto o
utensilio elctrico (refrigeradora, i
lavadero, lmparas, plancha, tosta-
dero, etc. I llame o orlos Guevoro.
Tel. 3-1033 3-1" 10.
SE VENDE:Mercanca de calidad o
precios de gongo en el baratillo de
Vilonovo q-ie comenzar el 2 de
Marzo. Acudo temprano o Vilano-
va, Ave. Central 115.
Lotes en casi todos los sectores de lo
urbanizocin "El Congrejo."
Chalets de dos o cuatro recmaras en
La Exposicin, Bella Vista, El
Cangrejo y "El Carmen",
e e e
Lotes por hectrea con frente a la
Lote de 2165 M2 a 0.90 en la Ur-
banizacin "Las Cumbres" colin-
dando con lo propiedod de Liche
Costrelln, en colle "Los Andes".
Ocasin. Facilidades de pago.
SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladas
1948, perfectas condiciones. Lla-
me al Saln Morio da Pueblo Nue-
vo. Tal. 3-1513.
SE VENDEOldsmobile "88". sedan
4 puertas, hydramitico, radio, pin-
tado contra "oxido, 5623-D, Heck-
r Place, Diablo. 4 6 p. m. Tal.
SE VENDE:Gongo! Chevrolet 1949
convertible, con radio, se puede
f mondar, para informes veo a
Frank Alemn. Smoot y Paredes o
Home al telfono No. 2-0600.
A parlamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calla 43
Este, llama 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Elegante epartomen-
to una sola recmoo, mtvicio,
porch y cocinita. Informes perso-
nalmente en el Mercado Modelo,
Avenida Justo Arosemeno y Calle
29 Este, no llame por telfono.
Apartamento de dos recmaros, lti-
mo piso, esquina a Via Espaa, en
el edificio "Castilla del Oro" fren-
te al Hotel El Panam.
ROBCRTO MIRO 2-2375 y 2-1215
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento inde-
pendiente, alto, 2 dormitorios, sa-
la, comedor, cocina y servicio, B
50.00, en San Francisco de lo Co-
leta. Informes Teatro Edn y Ca-
lle Carrasquilla No. 61. Miguel
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no. Buena vecindad. Una sola re-
cmara. Via Belsono Porras No.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos para hom-
bres solos en la Ave. Central 209,
Len de Oro.
I. fROUWER Pintor de casas, con-
tr'itisto. consejos tcnicos, goron-
tio por jn ao. cresupuestot gratis
Tel 2-1276
Todo investigador sincero que bus-
que la suprema verdad y el poder
mstico conocidos por los antiguos
sabios, puede escribir solicitando un
ejemplar gratis del libro "El Dominio
de la Vido." Dicha obra se remite
s;n obligacin alguna a los que de-
sean estudiar las leyes superiores de
la naturaleza y de lo ciencia mentol
O.R.C. (Porque Rosocruz' San Jos,
California. E.U.A.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto o matrimonio
sin hi|Os. B.30.00, En Avenida
Central 125, telfono 2-0954.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblodo,
para caballero, cosa familia, chalet
No. 49. Avenida 4 de Julio.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
con luz; entrada independiente.
Tel. 2-1237, dirigirse:. Avenida B
Si UH. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protialo, lavndose
con aceite de aguacate, de venta
i en las formnos Vf en los buenos
almacenes. Cosmlterio Imperial,
Ave. Central 27-A.
Ahorre Dinero ron SWP!
La Pintura Par Ca-
-sas Favorita en EF.
l. de A. Obtenga
mil economa, belit-
re v protec-
cin por u
De conformidad con lo es-
tablecido en el Cdigo de Co-
mercio aviso al pblico que
por medio de la Escritura No.
S84 de 22 de Febrero actual he
comprado al seor Luis Meza
su establecimiento de abarro-
tena y refresqueri denomi-
na "La Moderna", situado en
la casa No. 7 de la calle Sexta
de esta ciudad.
Panam. Feb. 27 de 1951.
Ae. Norte *M Tel. z-0610
Calle Martin Sosa 3 Tel. 3-1424
PERDIDA:Cdula No. 2361 perte-
neciente al Sr. Chen Hong Sing.
Agradecemos se sirvan devolverla
al Restaurante Democracia No.
4176. Pueblo Nuevo.
de buena presencia y que haya
cursado eslud.os secundarios. Da-
be hoblor ingls y espaol. Bozar
Americano, Central 25.
SE NECESITAN Alternadoras y
una cojera. Buen sueldo. Infrme-
te en Colle Corlos A. Mendoza,
No. 65. Club Zomby.
SE NECESITA Contador con expe-
riencia, preferible con conocimien-
tos de auditoria. Debe hab'ar y
escribir Ingls y Espaol. Escriba
a ABC. Aptdo. 1833, Panam.
ly Adems: 2 Formidables!
En La Pantalla! |
E Respaldados por
Animador: Olindo Guaragna
Estupenda Revista Teatral
encabezada por
la gran estilista cubana!
Secundada por
La Guarachera
La Metor Pareja de
Bailarina Espaola.
Formidable Trio de
Bailes Acrobticos.
SE NECESITAN:lutacas de taatra
que sean de segunda mane, de ma-
dera e cuolquier otra clase. Llame
Sr. Martines, Panam-Amrica.
Tal. 2-0740.
SE NECESITA:Almacn chico en
Avenido Central, entre Santa Ana
y Cmco de Moyo o Salsipuedes.
Escriba apartado 1095. Panam.
Compaa Norteamericana necesito
seorita con educacin secunda-
ria, conocimientos de contabilidad,
ingls y mecanografa necesarios.
taquigrafa preferentemente. Es-
cribir al apartado 1071, Ponam,
enviando fotografa tamao pasa-
porte, edad, educacin, califica-
ciones y sueldo esperodo.
Compaa Norteomercono mundiol-
mente conocida necesita dos j-
venes con educacin secundaria
para aprender trabajo de mecni-
ca especializada, con brillante oor-
venir. Escribir al aportado 1071.
Panam, enviando fotografa ta-
mao posaporte, edad, educacin
y edificaciones.
SE NECESITAN:Seoras que de-
seen comprar a precios excepcio-
nales en el Gran Baratillo del Al-
macn Vilanova, que comenzar el
2 de Morzo. Vilonovo en Avenida
Central 115.
En la Pantalla:
JIM DE LA SELVA desata su
furia para salvar una exotica
Los Pilluelos Invaden la
Academia Militar!
'Cuatro Delincuentes"
I invasion rocas
a coumuu hc'ua
tuna cuMUis-arM ti'oa m comes, km
Cuenta de Ahorros
SE ALQUILA: Departomento dos
recmaras, sala, comedor, cuarto
empleado. Edificio "Hispanio" Co-
lle Colombia No. 3. Entrado inde-
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaros, sola, comedor, piso al-
to con balcn. B.75.00. Calle 48
No. 23, Apto. No. 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te que duerma en casa. Avenida
Primera de la Carrasquilla. No. 55.
Entrando por el Teotro Edn en
la Avenida Belisario Porras.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en el trabajo. Ocurro Colle 9a.
No. 35, San Francisco.
SE NECESITA:Mujer seria, honrada
y competente, para oficios de cosa
y cuidar nia de pocos aos. Tie-
ne que dormir en el empleo. Co-
lle 38 No. 10.
SE NECESTA:Empleoda. Calle 52
Este No. 10, apartamento 6, Bello
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios generles de casa, que sepa
cocinar, preferible jamaicano. Re-
ferencias. Tel. 1337, Coln.
SE ALQUlLA:-pLocol poro oficina o
clnica. Avei B No. 59 altos. Acu-
do sueursol krlvonio en mismo edi-
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15. propio poro oficina o de-
psito, para informes llame telfo^
no 3-1 M7.
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
arribo del Teatro Centrol.
fc ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente pa-
ra olemos locales cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten infor-
mar, n en Almacenas 5 v IC cen-
>E ALQUILA:Locol comerciol. edi-
ficio nuevo, esquino Ave. Cuba,
calle 15 de Febrero. Industrias
Ponomericonos. Tal 3-1713.
SE ALQUILA:Un locol muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio paro
toller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Juego de bomb con
10 piezas, en B. 100.00 en Uru-
guay No. 4.
SE ALQUILA:Cosa completamente
amoblado, sola, comedor, tres re-
cmaras, oficina, patio interior, jar-
dn, agua caliente. Llama al Tel.
3-3444 o al 3-1477.
SE NECESITA: Secretoria.esten-
grofo en ingls y costellono, para
informes llamor al 2-3146. Srta.
Tenemos eo existencia:
de toda clase
T % 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
De Venta en
Agradecemos a la Oficina Me-
teorolgica su ayuda en regar
los jardines de la ciudad mien-
tras nos llegaba nuestro
embarque de
Ahora que tenemos un gran
surtido de ellas, a todo precio,
que comience el verano.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Atc Central 279 Tel. 3-1140
de todo tamao
12", 15", 18", 24", 30", 36".
para Estufas "Perfection"
de Vi Gal. hasta
8 Galones.
Gran Surtido de Artculos
de Zapatera.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Ave. B No. 68 Tel. 2-2988
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
n todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Catres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
desde 1/6 H.P. hasta 40 H.P.
Consulte: Tel. 2-2M7
Ptm* S + ly*
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Altura 38M lea.
Tarifa: Incluyendo las 3 comidas, desala:
Diariamente: B/ 8.N y nii
Semanalmrnle: B/JO.M > mal
Tarifas especiales para familias y hues-
pedes de lario (lempo.
Para raaarvarlonea llama por Telefona,
escriba o telegrafe
visite a su Acaula da Viajes.
El suscrito. Jues Secundo del Circuito
de panam, por medio del presente edic-
to, si pblico en general.
Qua el abofado Juan B. Carvers, en
su carcter de apoderado judicial del
seor Josa Aniel Gngora, ha presen-
lado con fecha to de noviembre ultim
da de Sarah Ow o Sara Ow. se ha dira-
do auto cuya parte resolutiva as del
tenor siguiente
TO Panam, febrero veinte di' mi]
nnverientoa cincuenta y uao.
Por tanto, el Jues que suscribe. Tan
cero del Circuito de Panam, adminis-
solicitud da titulo constitutivo de do-' trando justicia en nombre de' la RepT
minio sobre la balandra qua se deacri- blics y por autoridad de la Ley, DECLA.
be a continuacin: RA:
"Nombre: Edilma Mara. Domicilio:
Lea "El Aviso Onortuno"
Gmalo VAsqurs, Chimen Servicio a que
se dedica: carga y pasajeros. DIMEN-
7: Anchura 10. 1: Altura: 1. Logar
donde fae construida: Gmalo Vsquoa,
Chiman. Valor Catastral: 800'Bs. Nombre
del dueo: Jos ngel Gngora.*'
Por tanto, para notificar a los intere-
sados se fija el presente edicto en lunar
visible de la Secretaria dal Tribunal, hoy
diciembre cinco da mil novecientos cin-
cuenta, por un trmino de treinta fas,
y copias del mismo se tienen a diapo-
da la parte internada pata su co-
rrespondiente publicacin legal.
El Jues.
Es fiel copia da su iriutnal.
Panam, diciembre i de lO.iO.
a estar a defecha J
Huellas personal qua
e a ello, y
Que est abierta la auresin Intesta-
da de Sarah Ow o Sara Ow. desde el dia
7 de enero da 1942, fecha da su defun-
Que es au heredero, ain perjuicio da)
tareeros, su hijo 'Peter Chung,
Que comparezcan
en el juicio todas ao
se crean con derecha
Que aa fije y publique el" edicto de
uue trata el artculo 1001 del Cdigo
Copiase y Notiflquese. (fdo ) Ruba
D. Crdoba, (fdo.) Carlos I van Zi-
ga, Srio.'
Por Unto, se fija el presente edicto
en lugar pblico de esta Secretaria
cbpla del mismo se entrega a parta
interesada para au debida puhlicacfa
en un diario de la localidad. Panam,
febrero 26 da 19(1.
El Jues. (fdo.) Rubn D. Crdoba.
El Secretario,
El Juea que suscribe. Tesorero del Cir-
cuito de Panam, al pblico,
Que aa el juicio de sucesin Infesta-' Panam, febrero X* de 1931.
(Fdo > Carloa Ivn Ziga.
Es fiel copia.
Precios 0.60 y 0.30
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IjOTVES. MARZO 1. 1951




Noyela de J. Isaac
1:15 Una Mujer sin Importan
ci*. Novela.
1:11 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Msica Tiplea
4:M Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones Variadas
4:30 Dedicatorias
:M Vibraciones del Aire
Naeho Valdx
:15 Filigranas Musicales
6:39 Tarzn "El Hombre
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1:45 Delicias Tropicales
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Los muchachos del patio han
calvado la primera etapa del
quinto centroamericano y se
perfilan como favoritos para
campeonar de manera invicta.
Con el respaldo de- un pblico i
acogedor y entusiasta los selec-
cionados se crecen en cada ac-
Pocos minutos pasados de la
noche se alinean los equipos ba-
jo las rdenes de Coll y Tara,
un arbitro de actuaciones dis-
ci etas, Panam ha dejado en
banco a 4 de sus mejores pla-
yers, mientras Nicaragua alinea
a sus mejores hombres con la
sola excepcin inexplicable de
banquear al mejor hombre del
seleccionado visitante Arnulfo
El Juego se inicia con acciones
montonas, es el cuadro local
el que lleva el primer avance,
los nicas contestan y rebasan
a los defensores constantemen-
te pero no hay quien remate.
Panam, situado a la ofensiva
remata fuerte Linares, trata de i
despejar Diaz defensa nica, con
tan mala suerte, que marca un
tanto a su propia meta. Es el
primer pepino a favor de Pa- i
nam. Los visitantes reaccionan
y empiezan a dar calor los nes
tros tambin se desenvuelven
mejor. Arana falla repetidas ve-
ces. El juego en medio terreno;
se empieza a Jugar brusco y el I
arbitro no sanciona, de vez en
(lando suena el pito.
La delantera panamea em-
pieza a asentar mientras los,
defensas nicas ceden posiciones!
Arana es bien habilitado y prue
ba repetidas veces la meta con-
trario que lo hay bien colocado.
No obstante el asedio fructifica
y es el mismo Arana que saluda
con un taponazo al rincn para
decretar las egunda cada Nl-
ca. Con 2-0 termina el primer
La etapa complementarla es
un constante dominio de los fu-
turos campeones que subieron
el marcador dos tantos ms por
intermedio de Arana y Ponce.
Arana al final jug mejor y so-'
bretodo limpio. En cambio Pon-,
ce empa una accin vistosa
y elegante ejecutada minutos'
antes, fauleando de manera te-.
meraria y descarada al gran
arquero Robleto que estaba Ju-
gando en gran forma. Cuco Le-
mos, muy bien en los pocos ml-
nutoa que actu, lo mismo s
curvo Rodrguez Los nicas como
siempre corajudos y con gran
dosis de moral de principio a
fin, ellos lo que lea faltas es es-
cuela, pero de seguir como van
llegarn lejos. El partido termi-
n con el puntaje de 4-0 a fa-
vor de Panam.
El Panameo Luis Friedman
Gan Ayer En Lucha y Osear
Layne Clasific En Ciclismo
AGUERRIDO EQUIPO.El equipo de Nicaragua, que compite en el Campeonato de Putbol,
est luchando sobradamente para presentar una aguerrida competencia a los dems equipos
que luchan por obtener todos los honores en este campeonato._____________________________
Al Panam-Amrica lo quieren
tomar de "Puerquito": Piensa
ganarle en Soft La Nacin"
(Por Kenneth Collins)
Los pjaros rojos de El Pa-t
nam Amrica que lealizaron
una gran Jornada al combatir i
hasta con las uas, contra los
endiablados jugadores protesto-,
nales de "La Hora", recibir
otra prueba de fuego el martes!
prximo cuando se enfrenten a
los aguerridos hombres de '*La j
El juego tendr como escena-1
rio el canipj desoftball de ra
Cervecera y se sabe que entre,
los Jugadores del equipo reta-
dor figuran astros del softball.
como Max Jimnez Jr., tolete-
ro gigante. Carlos M. Rangel.i
as en el envi de "bolas altas" I
Carlos 'Tripudio" Cabezas, cam-,
fen "baten" de noticias, Che-
n Gonzlez, dos all around pla-
yers como Chino Williams y Da-
vid Contable, as de los locuto-
res del pais. Todavia la direc-
cin de este diario no ha decl-,
dido cul ser el Jugador que:
se enviar al departamento de
los bultos postales.
Por el Panam Amrica se
sabe que usarn en su linea de
ataque al espigado lanzador Vic
tor "Culebrn" Ruiz o al que
estas lineas escribe, mientras
que Alfredo "Macho" Arango,
Roberto "Bab Lala", Ral Alva-
rado y Armando Moreno G,.
cuidarn los tiros de las carabi-
nas en las almohadillas del
campo. El cuarto bate del equi-
po Pedro Tarzan Aldrrte estar
en la receptora, mientras que
en el campo corto Jugarn He-
razo, Oses, Antonio "Rapidez"
Donado, Pedro "Cholo" Lince
Guillermo Beleo, Guillermo
"Cocobolito" Rolla y Rubn
"Bomblto" Merel. Estarn listos
en el banco Conrado Sargeant,
Pap Restrepo, Velocidad Maes
tre, Jorge Ramrez, Carlos de
la Ossa Beto Tejada y Carlos
Violin" Daz.
Un equipo completo. Estar
en el baile un "Zungo" de 60
Por pelear sucio
casi linchan ayer
a Sandy Saddler
LA HABANA, Marzo lo. (UP) '
El campen peso Pluma del
Mundo, Sandy Saddler de 127
libras tres cuartos, noque al
cubano Diego Sosa de 128 3-4 al
minuto del segundo episodio
en un encuentro pactado a
diez. La multitud se enfu-
reci contra- Saddler por lo que
consideraba "tcticas sucias en
el encuentro" e invadi el cua-
driltero, tratando de linchar
al campen'
Ya el arbitro le haba llama-
do la atencin por estar usando
et "rablt punch" que no es per-
mitido por las reglas de boxeo..
Fue necesaria la intervencin
de la polica para poner a salvo
a Saddler de las enfurecidas
iU)Ayer comenzaron las com-
petencias de ciclismo de los Jue-
gos Panamericanos con los si-
guientes resultados:
Eliminatorias de mil metros
scratchvelocidad pura-Prlme-
ra serle: Mario Massanes de
Chile 14.1 para los 200 metros
finales Segundo J. Belllle de
Segunda serie 1 Gustavo Mart-
nez de Guatemala con 12.8 2o.
Osear Layne de Panam.
Tercera serle: lo. Jos Rome-
ro de Mxico con 13.8 2oPedro
Mattel del Per.
Cuarta serie: lo. Fernando
Massnee de Chile con 13.S 2o.
Prudencio Daz.
En el torneo de Lucha Libre
El' peso mediano L. Genutt de
la Argentina venci por puntos
a Louis Holland de los Estados
Unidos. Eduardo Assam de M-
xico venci por puesta de es-
palda a S. Harb de Ecuador.
venci en la categora de los
pesos pesados a Arsenio Costa
Martin de Brasil.
Adolfo Rauner de la Argen-
tina venci por puntos a Ralph
Shunik de los. Estados Unidos.
El colombiano Jaime Apari-
cio estableci un nuevo record
suramerlcano en los 400 metros
con valla al recorrer la distan-
cia en 53 segundos y 4 dcimos.
El cubano Roberto Fortun ven-
ci en los 100 metros con un
tiempo de 10.8 o sea tres dci-
mos de segundo del record
En la marcha de 50 kilmetros
el argentino S. Ibaez venci
con un tiempo de 5 horas 6 seg.
8. seguido de trinltarlano J.
La mexicana Hortensia Lpez
Garca gan el lanzamiento de
la jabalina de damas y la chi-
lena A. Miller los 100 metros.
En lanzamiento de martillo el
argentino E. Ortiz alcanz 48-
03 para obtener el primer lu-
gar. En salto largo el norte-
americano Gaylor Bryan gan
7.14 seguido del argentino A.
Gesit con 7.09.
En las pruebas de natacin .
100 metros espalda.
Primer grupo: Alan Stack de
los Estadas Unidos con 1.8.3 2o.
Monteiro Da Fonseca el Brasil
1.10.3Antonio Glvez aZldlvar
de Cuba 1.11 Mario Chvez de
la Argentina 1.12.
Segundo grupo Clemente Me-
Jia de Mxico 1.9.4. Barwell Jo-
nes de los Estados Unidos 1.10.9
Fernando Pavan del Brasil 1.11.5
Pedro Galvao de la Argentina
1.11.7 y Alcldes Bernal de Pana-
m con 1.19.4.
400 metros estilo libre
Primer grupo Tetsuo Okamo-
to del Brasil 4.53. Luis Child Be
Colombia 4.58.1 D. Gutirrez Ol-
gun de Mxico 4.58.0 Julio Mar
tinez de El Salvador 5.08.5 Her-
nn Huerta del Per 5.18.5
Segundo Grupo Williams He-
sunes de Estados Unidos 4.59.3
Joao Goncalvez del Brasil 5.05.1
Carlos Bonacich de la Argenti-
na con 5.08.2 ngel Campos Mal
donado de Mxico con 5.05.9
Guillermo Villalobos de Chile
5.08.3 Julio Piln del Per 5.50.3
Tercer grupo Federico Swac
de la Argentina 5.00.8 Dalph Sa-
la de los Estados Unidos 5.17.9
Rosala Zamora de El Salvador
5.25.7 Ricardo Beauregard de
Panam 5.42.8.
LA PRIMERA BOLA. Aparece en la foto el momento en que el Dr. Roberto Arias, propie-
tario de La Hora, hacia el lanzamiento inicial para el primer partido de la serle que sostie-
nen el cuerpo de redactores de El Panam-Amrica con una seleccin que representa los co-
lores de La Hora donde estn Incluidos solo dos redactores de ese diario. El primer partido
fue ganado por los seleccionados por una alta anotacin. Aparecen ademas, el fat Arqnime-
des Fernndez. Director de La Hora; Armando Moreno, Director del eqalpo Panama-America;
Cap! Alvarez, que actu como arbitro y otra* personas que asistieron al ote.________________
Celebrar acto deportivo la Academia
de Cultura Fsica el da 3 de marzo
Deportes a Granel
ro KtUEMt
Decamos anoche porlaRadio... I
Los miembros de la seleccin |
de ftbol que defendern el
prestigio de Panam en el Cam-,
neonato Centroamericano, estn
luciendo en todas formas y son
mantenidos bajo un rgimen:
alimenticio muy severo.
Segn se nos ha informado,
el Sr. Jorge Samudio don 400
dosis, de All Vin Ron, un all-
ment, para los integrantes de
la seleccin, lo cual vienen a
servir como base alimenticia
para nuestros muchachos.
Corn, Harrowood, High Light,
Okinori, Spur Soto, Caren, y
4 Reuniones de suspensin le
Impusieron los comisarios del
Hipdromo Nacional al aprendiz
E. Campbell por estorbar en
la altura de los tres Fgs. a Sin
Fin, Duque, Don Joaqun y
4 reuniones al Jinete Jorge
Phillips por nq cumplir las ins-
trucciones del preparador Char-
les S seor Luis Rodrguez.
A B. Pulido le impusironle
reuniones por cruzar con Gale
Force a Callmedear en la se-
gunda curva.
Monserrat. tendr quec um-
pllr ocho reunionesp or negar-
se a partir.
8 reuniones a Osvaldo Chanls
por monta brusca en La Loba
en perjuicio de Hortencia.
Se levant la suspension de
las yeguas Miss Fabiola y Tor-
caza por haberse comprobado
que tienen nuevos propietarios.
Igualmente se levant la sus-
pensin recada en el Jinete
J. Cadogan con carcter provi-
Catalino Iglesias tendr que
cumplir 8 reunionesp or cruzar
a Resorte en la altura dt los 5
Fgs. con la yegua Tap Girl.
4 reuniones al aprendiz A.
Vsquez por monta brusca en
8 reuniones al Jinete Elias Or-
tega por monta brusca en Prin-
20 caballos murieron en el
ao del 90 en Juan Franco en-
trel os muertos figuran los si-
Eppegond, Frenes!, Golden
Decamos anoche por la Radio
Floro Guerra, el regular jine-
te Peruano, parti haca el Pe-
. Lleva este jinete a los
ejemplares Le Penache y Bonnie
Wade, hacia el Per donde se-
rn dedicadas a la cria.
El Mago Farrugia vendi a su
ejemplar Secuestro en el da de
ayer. Compr al alazn chile-
no Eddie Gltteas.
Estadstica de Jinetes
Jinetes M. lo. 2o. 3o. FP.
Jos Bravo 75 21 14 13 25
E. Sllvera 92 10 18 12 52
V. Castillo 40 9 7 5 19 i
B. Moreno 55 8 15 11 21
V. Araz 21 8 2 2 9
J. Phillips 48 8 4 4 32
G. Snchez 38 6 10 7 15 *
Interlude y Orila. dos potran-
cas Jamaicanas de propiedad
del Stud La Flecha y entrena-
das por el Sr. O. Sllvera arriba-
ron a Panam el domingo pa-
sado. Interlude, gan en Ja-
maica su ltimo compromiso.
Silver Bell, una yegua de cua
tro aos de edad vendr a Pa-
nam la semana entrante. Muy
bien recomendada viene esta
potranca, pues en esta semana \
correr en una del as ms im-
portantes pruebas Jamaicanas.
Se dice que si logra Imponerse
en su ltimo compromiso es po-
fible que la inscriban en el
Derby Presidencial panameo.
Jachal. el corajudo hijo de
Madrigal II en Rareza es el
nico caballo que ha logrado
ganarse tres veces el Clsico,
'Francisco Arias Paredes" ex- j
Velocidad en Panam. Jachal
gan en 1944 por primera vez
este clsico, en ese entonces lo
entrenaba el "Mago" Farrugia!
v con Blas 'Tanque'" Aguirre
sobre sus lomos se Impuso al |
gran Tamesis con la liviana
asignacin de 108 libras, reco-
rri el veloz Jachal ese da los i
1300 metros en 1.19 clavados. En
1947 volvi Jachal a imponerse.
en dicha prueba clsica, en esta
TAMPA Marzo lo. UP>El
zurdo Gerald Blackburn Joven-'
cito por el cual los Rojos han
pagado una buena regala en el!
Otoo de 1949, ha comenzado
las prcticas, pero anunci que
ti ejrcito le ha notificado que
deje de presentarse a las filas
centro de 6 semanas.
ocasin lo entrenaba uno de sus
propietarios don Rafael Endara
y se impuso con la guia del Ji-
nete Roy Kirten, a la noble ala-
zana Diablesa, con 106 libras
carg en esa ocasin Jachal y
marc l.lfl 4/5 para los 6& Fgs.
Su tercera y ltima victoria
clsica la obtuvo al ao sigulen
te. cuando piolteada por Fran-
cisco "Pancho" Rodrguez, se
gan al crack de esa poca, Mi-
crobio.Jachal mejor en un
quinto de segundo su tiempo
impuesto en el clsico pasado.
Siempre fu este noble equino
ce propiedad del Stud Mlura y
hoy da se encuentra prestando
servicio como semental en los
criaderos del Joven "Turfman"
Joaqun J. Vallarino Jr.
El tres de Marzo a las 7.00 p.
m. en el Estadio Nacional, bajo
ios auspicios de la Academia
de Cultura Fsica, se llevar a
eefeto una competencia Interna
del Deporte de las Pesas, dedi-
cada a honrar la memoria de
dos Glorias del Pasado, quienes
en vida se llamaron Jaime Hun-
ter y Olmedo Urriola.
A continuacin lal ista de los
Jos A. Palma vs A. D. Vlsuete
Octavio Quintero vs H. Leicano
Harmodio Testa vs J. Gallardo
Todos los participantes, ex-
c >to Jos A. Palma, quin os-
tenta un campeonato Nacional
P.)El manager Eddie Sawyer
ae la novena los Phillies, al pa-
sar revista de sus novatos se
encontr con que solo uno de
los quince tiene menos de seis
de estatura. Este es John Brit-
tln lanzador derecho que no an-
da muy lejos ya que tienen cin-
co pies once pulgadas.
p C
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Ave. Central y Calle 21 E. #1 Teh. t-lMO J 2-1833
de Novatos en la categora de
las 112 libras son pinos nuevos
de quienes habr mucho que
En este significativo acto los
conocidos Atletas. d m undo
Squires y Cecilio Morrel harn
varias exhibiciones para deelite
del pblico, exiblciones que a
no dudar sern un distintivo de
estilo msculo, coraje y fuerza.
Los ganadores de este concur-
so asi como tambin los Cam-
peones de exiblciones recibi-
rn sendos premios.
Nueve jugadores
ms de basket han
sido arrestados
New York, eb. 28. (UP).El
arresto de nueve Jugadores baloncesto acusados de "tirar
dos Juegos para atrs" en 1948,
abre nuevo campo en el ms
grande escndalo deportivo
despus de la guerra.
La Corte comenz a llamar
al "arreglador de Juegos" Nat-
han Miller, acusado de recibir
1500 dlares para perder el
Juego en el "bowling green' de
Ohio y en el Western Ken-
tucky en diciembre de 1948.
El arresto de Miller se pro-
dujo cuando el abogado del
distrito Frank Hogan comenz
a investigar tan lejos como era
posible en la historia del bas-
ket local para descubrir posi-
bles "juegos arreglados" y
nuevos arrestos podrn ocurrir
Sin embargo, se guarda en
silencio sobre los prximos pa-
sos y la direccin que tomar
el asunto en el futuro.
Se estudia eliminar los Torneos
de basket en el Madison S. Garden
NUEVA YORK, Marzo lo. (U.
P.)Floyd Layne, Jugador de
basketball del colegio de la ciu-
dad de Nueva York, que se con-
virti en hroe del equipo cuan-
do tres de sus compaeros ad-
mitieron que hablan sido sobor-
nados por los apostadores, con-
fes anoche que l tambin for-
m parte del complot para
echar a perder el juego.
El Fiscal del a ciudad Frank
S. Hogan anunci que Layne
confeso que haba aceptado 4
mil dlares en total como so-
borno para que el equipo per-
diera los tres partidos que sus
compaeros echaron a perder.
Hogan dijo que Layne solo reci-
bi tres mil dlares por que el
pagador "Salvatore Vollazos se
ie acab el dinero en efectivo".
La nueva revelacin caus tal
revuelo en el colegio de Nueva
York que ste Inmediatamente
cancel el ersto de los partidos
de esta temporada.
nar las competencias de basket-
ball universitario con motlto
de los escndalos de soborno a
los Jugadores, pero que an no
se ha llegado a ninguna deci-
El vlce-Presldente del Madi-
son Ned Irish declar "heios
tratado todas las fases del caso
Incluso la posibilidad de elimi-
nar el basketball. Continuare-
mos estudiando el asunto. Por
supuesto mucho depende de la
posicin que asuman las uni-

NUEVA YORK, Marzo lo.
(UP)El Madison Square Gar-
den lnfom que estudia eliml-
Los Yanquis anunciaron qua
el torpedero Phll Rlzzuto, el Ju-
gador ms valioso de la Liga
Americana de 1950 fu operado
de un quiste sobre el ojo dere-
cho pero que la operacin no
tenia importancia y Rlzzuto, sa-
li de la clnica.
Los Yankees tambin anun-
ciaron la firma del os contra-
tos de los lanzadores Bob Por-
terfleld y Hugh Radcliffe y del
receptor Ralph Houke.
Mario Galindo y Ca.
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NUM. 9

De como Ja vanidosa idea de an abuelo prehistrico
dio origen al collar, smbolo filosfico del ingenio humano
1 m
Vrrsin moder-
na del collar
ajne r luci
en Egipto du-
rante la po-
ca faranica.
collares de canutillos esmaltados
de azul, eran muy populares; las
clases pudientes usaban los mis-
mos, pero de metales y de piedras
preciosas. Lo mismo ocurre entre
asirios y fenicios, pero son los
etruscos quienes *elcvan el collar
al colmo de su importancia como
prenda suntuaria, puesto que pue-
de decirse que se cubran todo el
plicados y con multitud de pie-
dras finas. Desde entonces, el co-
llar es una alhaja exclusivamente
... Y por ser una joya exclusi-
vamente femenina, interviene mu-
chas veces en la historia anecdti-
ca de muchos pases. La ms cle-
bre de (odas se recuerda coo el
nombre del "Escndalo del Co-

LA ULTIMA palabra del adorno
femenino 1950 es un collar de
colmillos de oro; stos son. ms
o menos estilizados, hasta perder
su forma original y adquirir for-
ma de tringulos o laminilLis cua-
drilongas del metal preferido por
las hijas de Eva.
Al ver uno de esos collares, que
estarn de moda una temporada,
en el torneado cuello de una ami-
ga, record los vistos en Africa, y
los que cualquiera puede ver en
el Museo de Historia Natural de
Nueva York, pero no a guisa de
perifollo femenino, sino como sm-
bolo materializado del valor y
de la fuerza masculinos.
... Y como ha ocurrido con mu-
chas prendas masculinas, nuestras
encantadoras 'mitades" nos despo-
laron del collar y lo convirtieron
en preciada y casi indispensable
fruslera femenina. Esta usurpa-
cin no es resultado de acto vio-
lento; muy femeninamente, con
paciencia felina, el collar dej el
cuello robusto del hombre para ro-
dear el delicado de la mujer. El
logro de tal victoria necesit
20.000 aos de astucia tesonera...
y hoy, al cabo de ellos, slo nos
queda a los hombres la fina ca-
denilla de la cual cuelga una me-
dalla, todo oculto pudorosamente
bajo la camisa. En cambio los
collares de las mujeres! Cada vez
son ms pomposos y llamativos!
La ltima novedad antes del co-,
llar cannoforme fu la serie
de pjaros persiguindose en ron-
da, hasta terminar en un dije que
representaba una jaula... todo de
uro y piedras preciosas, se sobre-
El primer abuelo prehistrico
que tuvo la vanidosa idea de en-
sartar en una fibra de liana los
atributos de la superioridad animal
de sus vctimas: garras, colmillos o
cornamentas, no se dio cuenta de I
que su gesto creaba un smbolo
filosfico: el triunfo del ingenio
numano desarmado naturalmente,
sobre la fuerza bruta de la bestia
poderosamente armada por la Na-
uraleza. Ese primitivo collar del
'tombre cavernario, es el emblema
Je esa superioridad del hombre,
me aumenta a medida que su ce-
rebro se perfecciona y que sus
msculos, todo lo que subsis-
te de su ascendencia animal!
se atrofian o debilitan.
Su carcter emblemtico se fu
serdiendo hasta convertirse en or-
tamento de hombres y mujeres,
fintre los antiguos egipcios ya apa-
-eee coa ese slo carcter. Los
cuerpo con ellos; las cadenas se
superponan desde los tobillos has-
ta el cuello, los alambres de oro,
de los que se desprendan dijes
extraos con atributos mgicos, se
sucedan a lo largo del busto, pre-
dominando las "bulas" que eran
minsculas borlas esfricas de oro
ahuecado y, a veces, primorosa-
mente repujadas.
Los griegos son los que deciden
el traspaso definitivo: el collar se
reserva a los cuellos de las escul-
turales atenienses, y naturalmente,
los de Esparta consideraban indig-
no de un varn adornarse con se-
mejante joya.
La exclusividad femenina con
respecto al uso del collar, persisti
durante el Imperio Romano. Pe-
ro las romanas, nobles o plebeyas,
se desvivieron por ellos, y, como
en muchas otras cosas, exageraron
su tamao, como corresponde a
los "nuevos ricos", que son siem-
pre iguales, en todo sitio del pla-
neta y en todo momento histrico.
Algunos de estos collares alcanza-
ron dos metros de circunferencia:
eran de cadenilla de oro, o de
largos eslabones macizos; de ellos
pendan toda suerte de utensilios
en miniatura, como herramientas
de diversos oficios, objetos caseros
o animales domsticos. Algunos
cronistas de la poca, muy mal in-
tencionados sin duda, aseguran que
las romanas llevaban puestos tan-
tos collares como tenan amantes,
devolviendo al adorno su original
condicin de panoplia.
Orientales en general, y rabes
en particular, volvieron a usar el
collar en cuellos femeninos y pe-
chos masculinos; tanto en los hom-
bres como en las mujeres, los co-
llares llegaron a ser esclavinas de
pedrera y oro. En el siglo XIV
la moda de Bizancio invadi el
resto de Europa, y los dos sexos
lucieron collares, ajorcas y gargan-
tillas, aunque predominaban la.'
cadenas de oro, de gruesos eslabo-
nes labrados, que se llevaban so-
bre el vestido y muchas veces tan
largos que formaban hasta tres hi-
leras. En el siglo XV el collar,
en las mujeres, se transform en
una cinta de terciopelo negro sobre
la cual campeaba una hermosa
perla solitaria. Esta moda, verda-
deramente "chic", dur muy poco;
al fin de dicho siglo volvieron las
mujeres a ostentar collares eom-
llar"; sucedi en Francia, y dur
dos aos: de 1784 a 1786, envol-
viendo la reputacin de la reina
Maria Antonieta, del cardenal de
Rohan y de la condesa de La
Motte, nica culpable en realidad.
La historia se ha contado mil ve-
ces en novela, el teatro y el cine.
El prncipe Eduardo de Rohan,
cardenal francs, estaba enamora-
do de la reina Mara Antonieta, y
no saba qu hacer para obtener
sus favores... como se deca en-
tonces. La condesa de La Motte,
Intrigante y comerciante sin escr-
pulos, logr convencer al Cardenal
de que la conquistara si regalaba
a la Reina un collar de 1,600,000
francos que el Rey le haba ne-
gado: ella misma se encargara de
poner en manos de Mara Anto-
nieta, el preciado collar. El de
Rohan adquiri la K>ya y la en-
treg a la Condesa... pero como
el collar nunca lleg a manos de
la Reina, ni el dinero que costaba
a las de los joyeros que lo haban
vendido, estall el escndalo .
De resultas de l el cardenal prn-
cipe de Rohan, fu encerrado en
la Bastilla, de donde sali deste-
rrado; la Condesa azotada pblica-
mente, marcada con hierro canden-
te y luego encarcelada en La Sal-
petriere hasta su muerte. Algu-
nos historiadores no titubean en
asignar al "Escndalo del Collar"
una participacin importante en la
cada de la monarqua francesa
que culmin con el guillotina-
miento de Luis XVI y Mara An-
CAITAS DI MUJM Josefina a Isabel
t Tenemos el raro privilegio y nemas obtenido el derecho ex-'
elusivo de publicar las cartas que cambian dos distinguidas se-
oritas de la mejor sociedad hispanoamericana, comprometin-
donos a no revelar sos Identidades. Para nuestras lectoras, una
se llama Josefina, la otra, Isabel; boy es Josefina la que res-
ponde a la carta que Isabel le escribiera desde Nueva York.
(Vase "HABLEMOS" de la semana pasada.)
MI querida Isabel:
Empiezo por perdonarle, y espero que el avin que lleva sta, llegar
a tiempo Para evitarte un disgusto ... aunque... ti te conozco!
te acordars del pardon que solicitabas. En fin, hay que tomarte como
eres, aplicando aquel sabio dicho: "Debemos amar a nuestros amigoi
como son, o no amarlos, y no empearnos en qua sean como nosotros
quisiramos que fuesen."
Tu carta me hace soar un poco, pero despus ma restriego los ojos jr
vuelvo fcilmente a la realidad. Nueva York, sin duda, es para ti como
un paraso, porque a ti te encanta esa vida moderna de la ms moderna
de Us ciudades mundiales: para mi... no s!... Creo que me aburrira
muy pronto. Yo paladeo esta vida rtmicamente serena que llevamos aqu.
Me parece que estamos ms /untos, que somos mi unos de los otros, que
vivimos en compaa, de verdad; se me anloia que en Sueva York se
busca afanosamente la compaa porque no sa liana ninguna. Y basta
de filosofa barata.
Personalmente, parece que camino hacia la dicha suprema: Octavio
es cada vez ms bueno y comprensible. Ayer fuimos a comprar, de co-
mn acuerdo, algunas chucheras para nuestro futuro bogar. Pemaba en
los pasaros dtl sardin. cuando los veo ir y venir por briznas, hilachas y
palilas con las. que construyen su nido. Romntica? Yo s que ya et
casi una palabra despectiva en labios de ustedes, las "modernas", las "in-
dependientes", as "emancipadas". Ya vers cmo cambias si ese mis-
terioso Simn, paisano de Bolvar, resulla ser "el elegido de tu corazn"/
Todo lo dems es literatura, cinematgrafo, novela fcil y artificiosa.
Recuerdas a Cata Peran? La encontr en la capital, en la Gran
Tienda; como siempre, viva esperando, no "al esposo que era el padre
de sus hijos", sino al hombre poderoso, al hombre rico, al hombre excep-
cional que la har vivir una aventura fantslsca. Locuras. Isabel, locuras!
Cata Peraon et un "caso" tpico. Y la pobre ha perdido el seso!
Lo digo en la plenitud de mt suido; t sabes qua si alguna muchacha
hay por estas tierras, que deseara hacer a matrimonio rico, esa seria yo
porque todava no olvid la vida lutosa de mi niez, y todava no me
acostumbro a la mediocridad de la que llevo ahora... pero, habel. si en
el amor no hay abnegacin, el amor debe llamara de otra manera ..
Y yo quiero a mi familia y adoro a Octavio! Adems, estoy convencida
de que. en el fondo, todas aipiramos a una sola cota: ser madres, y qua
lo somos i mpre y en cualquiera circunstancia.
He resuelto aconsejar a Cata. Esa tonta es capaz dt hacer una locura
con el primar galn que "parezca" lo que ella imagina. Yo s que ma
tildars de "anticuada" ... Paciencia!
No tengo, como t. algo que contarle que valga la pena En casa to-
dos estamos bien, gracias a Dios: Rica hizo sn primara comunin ... es-
taba preciosa con su traje blanco de tul! Mam U regal un view libro
de misa con tapas de carey t ncar, que me sospecho fu una de las pri-
meras esplendideces del pobre pap, en sus tiempos di novios. Ta Rosa
le mand un ruego completo Je cocina en miniatura... algo notable por
su perfeccin! Rica estaba feliz... con la aficin que tiene por la co-
cina! Por la noche se le hizo tu estecha. Vinieron muchas chicas, con-
discipulas y del barrio; tomaron su chocolate con pasteles de vainilla, y
oyeron las transmisiones cmicas que les encantan. Te turo que me di-
vert mucho, o, si pretieres, que pas un rato tan delicilo que no me di
cuenta de Us horas. No es esa, en resumen, U felicidad?
El domingo fuimos a lo de Mara Anglica, con Margal. La propiedad
de los MejU est preciosa. Los naranios son una divinidad, y el ambien-
te cordial de esa familia bien criolla, reposa y hace olvidar muchas cosas
desagradabUs. Almorzamos y cenamos all. Muy tarde nos trato a case
el novio de Mara Anglica: una monada de muchacho, te aseguro. Te
recordamos mucho. Eramos como quince! Todot estaban de acuerdo
en que t regresaras s regresabas casada, con un norteamericano.
(An no haba recibido tu carta en U que me habUs de Simn.) A pro-
psito: Me dirs quin es, qu hace, a qu familia pertenece, qu te ha
llamado U atencin? ...En fin ... t ya sabes!
La que est viviendo una tragedia^ silenciosa es Marucha Oliden. U hi-
ja del famoso "Don Pancho"... el dueo de toda U Sierra Chica...
Sabes de quin le estoy hablando, verdad? Pues a Marucha U pregunt
lo que U pasaba, y ella... t U conoces! me respondi con apenas diii-
mulada altanera que mal esconda su tremando dolor:
Nosotras, Us "modernas", tenemos pudor de mostrar nuestros ver-
daderos sentimientos, asi nos estemos muriendo... de pena... des-
Despus me enter su intima, Laura Pacheco:
Lo asust con sus despUnles. Tal vez U crisis matrimonial que pa-
decemos, se deba a esas Manchas que se creen... no s qu. Los mu-
chachos nos estn tomando un miedo!... Como los hombres son tan
Opino que U culpa U tienen ustedes Us "modernas"; el hombre busca
en U mujer su complemento ...y encuentra soUmente competidoras. A
esta poca U llamar la historia: Era de Us Solteronas... ya vers! Se
cuentan por millones en Cram Bretaa, en Alemamia, en Espaa ...en
todas parles. Lee Us esladisticas... y le casars con tu venezolano inme-
diatamente. Si eso llegara a suceder, no vayas a hacer como tu amiga Ju-
lia Rugme Pidai, que no escribi nadie despus de U noche de bo-
das... hasta que nos anunci el nacimiento de su primer hijo.
Tengo U esperanza de recibir una luya pronto. Todas Us amisladet te
mandan saludos; algunas prometieron escribirle, Pero no lo creas mucho,
aunque todas te quieran lano o ms que tu amiga de siempre, que le
envU en estas hojas, mil besos carioso!.

Dle a Su Maquillaje
el Acabado Perfecto
Hablamos del Matrimonio
loarar aac eatls aterciopelada que toda mujer anhela, se
loaaWafiai *e palv facial y hue, de Decothy Gray.
EL MAQUILLAJE delicado y-candoroso esti en todo su apogeo nue-
vamente para hacer armona con la nueva tendencia a los vestuario
elegantes y enteramente femeninos y con la nueva popularidad de la ca-
bellera ms larga. Los expertos en belleza lo llaman "El Acabado Per-
fecto" y con muchsima razn. Lo mis importante de esta nueva ten-
dencia es, por supuesto, la calidad y matiz del polvo facial, y stos de-
terminan el carcter de su maquillaje. nicamente despus de considerar
y decidirse sobre este punto es que se piensa en el matiz del lpiz labial
y de la sombra para los ojos. El polvo facial debe darle al cutis un aca-
bado mate, una suave iluminacin, y para lograr esto debe usarse la base
apropiada, que armonice perfectamente con el matiz del polvo. Para
ahorrar tiempo y trabajo muchas mujeres prefieren usar una combinacin
de las cualidades del polvo y de U base, y si se tiene cuidado al escogerla
para que no sea muy pesada, cosa de no darle al cutis esa apariencia de
mscara, se pueden usar con absoluta confianza hasta para la piel ms
delicada. Prcticamente todos lo fabricantes de cosmticos estn prepa-
rando este polvo comprimido en una forma u otra, pero hoy les traemos
uno nuevo que no slo es magnfico, sino que viene en un lindo "vanity"
con su espejo. Lucir muy bonito en la cartera cuando se haga esos
arreglos momentneos.
Consejos de Belleza
.XTA NOTADO usted lo mucho
XI qUc los hombres se filan en
Ur manos de las mujeres? El que
stas sean bellas o no, o estn bien
o mal cuidadas se relaciona gran-
demente con la opinin que ellos
se forman de las personas
El no puede saber las razones por
la* cuales usted no ha podido cui-
darse las uas durante una semana;
lo nico que sabe, es que sus uas
estn carcomidas y qut el esmalw
est descascarado, como que acusan
Por qu no e hace usted la
obligacin de arreglarse las uas
cierto da de la semana?
Muy bueno sera que todas las
noches, dedicara usted unos minu-
tos, muy breves, para darse masaje
en bu mano Primero nteselas
de crema, luego returzasela como
en un acto de desesperacin Luego
frtese lo dedo* uno a uno como
ti te estuviera poniendo unos guan-
te* Como precaucin pngase al
guna locin cada vez que se lave
las manos, que han de estar bien
Si los dedos tienen manchas ama-
rillentas, parta un limn por la mi-
tad y frote las manchas hasta que
desaparezcan; si las manchas on
viejas, tal vez tenga usted que fro-
trselas con Diedra pmez.
Otra cosa muy importante es la
forma en que usred usa las mano
Los ademanes exagerados son ri-
dculos.- Ponerse las mano en la
cara es muy feo Los puos apre-
tados demuestran poce aplomo o
nerviosidad; procure tener las ma-
nos reposadas y cuando viaie en
automvil, tren o aeroplano ii no
las tiene ocupadas, colquelas so-
bre la falda, juntas y con las pal-
mas hacia arriba Cuando quiera
acelerar la circulacin un poco le-
vante los brazos por encima de la
cabeza por unos minuto* y luego
dles reposo
Cuestionario de "HABLEMOS"
(Como fu que en 20.000 aa* la mujer -arrebato al hombre
i as adora predilecto, el collar?.....................*** *
Se fijan lo* hombres ea la* aaaoo de las mujeres?.......Pasr.
Cules toa la* precauciones fundamntale* que deben to-
, mane coa el recin nacido? .......................***. 7
Se puede decorar d hogar coa idea* tanto como con dinero? Ie>
Debo Decirte
lo Pasado
0 m Novio?
"Estimados esposo* Kling:
"Tengo veintitrs ao* y estoy
comprometida con un hombre que
me leva unos cuanto* aos Somos
totalmente felices y slo esperamos
para catarnos el que l se grade de
abogado dentro de uno* cuantos
"Llevamos unos dos aos de re-
laciones y en todo ese tiempo no
hemos tenido disgusots que pudie
rao calificarse de terio*. Nuestros
gusto* y nuestras aficione son muy
similares y lo* do* ambicionarnos
poco ms o menos las mismas co-
sas de nuestra futura vida matrimo-
nial y de nuestra vida.
Proalema aVl pasada
"Mi problema e este: Creen
ustedes que do* personas que *e
aman, que proyectan casarse deben
confesarse, mutuamente, pasadas ex-
periencias? Siendo muy nia me vi
obligada, por circunstancias que no
son del caso enumerar, a abandonar
el hogar de mis padres; me fu! sin
saber, ni sospechar, todas las cosa
importante que una mujer joven
debe conocer. No t cmo me reun
con persona* de cierto nivel moral
y entre ellas conoc a un hombre
del que cre estar enamorada poco
despus. Se aprovech de mi inex-
periencia y luego me abandon
'De aquel entonces ac han pa-
sado ya siete aos me he hecho
mujer muy religiosa y he tratado
de llevar una vida respetable y ho-
nesta. Tengo un buen empleo, bue
nos amigos y la gente parece sim
paiizar conmigo en el pueblo donde
actualmente resido.
No abe qa hacer
"Mi novio, sin embargo, no sos-
pecha ni remotamente de mi pasa-
do y. francamente, me horroriza pen-
sar que le hara infeliz si le contara
todo y que echara as por tierra
iodo el castillo rosado de mis ilusio-
ne. Es hijo de una familia respe-
table y distinguida y tiene la pers-
pectiva de un brillante porvenir tan
pronto como termine su carrera. Es
un hombre que, en mi opinin, hara
feliz a la mujer ms exigente Qu
debo hacer?"
R. Mantener un silencio dis-
crete. El hecho de que usted come-
tiera un error grave no es razn pa-
ra que se condene a roda una vida
de infelicidad especialmente cuando
usted ha demostrado a lo largo de
vai ios aos de buena conducta que
est genuinamente arrepentida y que
sigue en la actualidad la senda del
Confesar su pasado en estos mo-
mentos, cuando ha triunfado usted
en su noble empeo de redimirse
y tomar la senda recta, seria cierta-
mente una tontera Todo lo que
lograra sera abatir a su novio y
cubrir de nubes vuestra vida junto
Por lo tanto, olvide el pasado y
piense slo en el presente y en el
Desde luego, hay ciertas cosas que
deben revelarse antes del matrimo-
nio como, por ejemplo, enlaces an-
teriores, enfermedades, etc Pero no
es necesario, ni aconsejable, relatar
todo los detalles de la vida de uno
Si todo el mundo lo hiciera as, lo
mis probable es que seran muy
contadas las persona que se deci-
dieran a contraer matrimonio!
La disentera es contagiosa! Si
se descuida puede causar la muerte.
Su mdico puede curarle, pero no se
retrasela demora puede hacer
el tratamiento largo y difcil. ~
Consulte a su mdico en seguida O QU1B B
si tiene diarrea persistente. produc* f.<*h:i
orate IIS*
Con mucha razn, porque toda boca contiene millonea de |>
bacteria que producen loa cido, causa de laa dolorosa
carie. La Crema Dental Kolynoa conserva su salud
porque da completa proteccin a us dientas contra esa
carita daina*.

Satisfecho con Kolynos!
iPor supuesto! Kolynos blanquea los dientes porque
pule y limpia mejor. Su penetrante y deliciosa espuma
llega a todo los intersticio. Kolynos hace mis atractiva
su sonrisa y refresca su aliento. Compre Kolynoa hoy y
. [selo todos los das!
Ataca las carias
Sabe majo*
linde i

El albor
Pr 1 silueta an-
cha tic caderas la
mejor es un mo-
dela como este de
encaje negro sobre
fondo de crep ne-
gro porque la falda
de picos desigua-
les las disimula.
Sobrefaldas de
encaje aiul marino,
un sencillo corpino del
mismo encaje suavemente
draptado sobre un fondo de
crep asul marino tambin
favorecen mucho a la
silueta de la mujer
que ha pasado de
Us treinta.
Las lneas diagonales
se llevan mucho actual-
mente y para ventura
de la mujer madura, s-
tas tienden a afinar la
silueta. Este modelito
que mostramos est eje-
cutado en crep negro
con bandas de falla ne-
gra. Los betones tienen
centre de fina azabache.
'Segn la mujer st acere a a la madurez, no importa lo bien que
haya conservado la silueta de sus aos juvenile, si ha logrado conservarla, la
apariencia de su cuerpo cambia con to aos. Aunque sea delgada y pueda
encontrar ropa en to deprtamelos para seoritas, no puede lucirlas
porque no le sentaran bien. La edad no significa slo la acumulacin de
tantos a<. sino que trae cierta reacciones inevitable*. Lo que
luce a las mil maravillas a to veinte o treinta aos, puede verse ridiculo
de to cuarenta en adelante La lineas bakai de nuestro!
jvestitto hoy da no cambian mucho de la juventud a la
madurez, la diferencia at nota en peqneto
detalles del diseo la unificacin de to drapcade* v to adorn*, en el corte
de las faldas y las mangas. Estos que usnamos ilustran ote punto.
El siempre <
da para la tu
gies e los
en forma da
la garganta 3
para lucir -
Ntese cmo
tido de crap
de pana par
de pana se r
bordado fiar
a disminuir
Un gracias,
nico adorn*
do de crep
dan la ilus*
es la sadltli
suave elegai
ftHi Instituto it

re ckffante trajeeJto negro adapta-
silueta Mn per medie de ale-
los cortad del corpino. B cuello
de hi i adwu suaviza la* linea* de
ita y ofrece an Magnfico contraste
ir joyas de fantasa
Los trajea alisados lea encantan todas las
mujeres "chic", ero despus de loa treinta
dicho plisado debe ser bastante amplio, co-
mo en este modelo que ofrecemos y que lleva
ana vistosa banda ancha en todo el frente
adornada con vistosa* botone* cubierto*.
El Nuevo Heraldo
la mejor receta
de la semana
mente con un magnfico reloj eletrie# General Electric Modelo
1951, a las lectoras que enven u mejores recetas perionmle$
para la preparacin de comidas, fiambres, ensaladas, postres, pos- -
leles, etc., ya sean regionales, tpico*, clsicos o tradicionales.*
Todo lo que usted lirne que hacer es enviarnos
una buena receta. /Puede er lo ganadora!
Usted puede remitir el nmero dr recelas qur desee, cuidando,
eso si, de indicar la* medidas e ingredientes con exactitud v
tin error, y explicando la preparacin en forma breve y clara.
No olvide que una explication deficient
puede malograr una magnfica receta.
"HABLEMOS" releerionar para eada edicin I.A MEJOR RECE-
TA DE LA SEMANA, y la publicar dando el nombre de la ga-
nadora, quien en cada caso lendr la gentileza de enviarnos unas
lineas indicndonos cul de los dos modelos arriba prr-rntados
prefiere. El premio le ser remiiid a vuelta de correo, a la
direccin que la ganadora indique, Va re qu */
La primefa recela premiada aparecer en el
Ai MIMO 20 de 'HABLEMOS". No lo olvide!
As, pues, gentil leclora, mano a la obra...! cniciio cuanto
tiles esas deliciosa* recela- He rocina que ion u orgullo .. sea
una de las primeras ganadora de eslos magnficos y tiles pre-
mios .. y gane fama a la Mal
Envi sus recelas favorita en ua -obre dirigido a
ron la siguiente leyenda:
((^ocurso: "1.a Mejor Keeela de la Semana")

m 6
loa* pecherln de fina blonda es el
lomo que trae este elegante vesti-
p rojo oscuro. Sus lineas sobrias
Ilusin de esbeltez aunque la falda
ficientemente ancha para impartirle
crancia al caminar o al sentarse.
it Trjit di Sueva York.
Otra vestido de lineas diaco-
nales que favorece mucho a la
silueta que ha perdido su for-
ma juvenil. Aqu las bandas dia-
gonales se repiten de mayor a
menor sobre todo el frente.
Hay una lanilla finsima, que origin en Paris, y se
est usando mucho en lugar del crep. De
textura suavsima, no pesa ms que la seda el
rayn. Lace divinamente para trajes como el
que mostramos en gri* perla. Cuello y puos
de pana negra, botone* dorados.
1 i
Ualrd e sentir miiv contena de poseer uno de
esto hermoso v moderno* relojes General
Electric. I no. "El Gourmet", es un reloj de
cocina para la pared, con nmeros en relieve
para mxima visibilidad dedr cualquier ngulo
de la habitacin. I -i. il puede elegirlo en cua-
lesquiera de estas cuatro combinaciones de co-
lores: rojo y blanco, verde y blanco, blanco y
rojo, y amarillo v blanco. El otro, "El Nurvo
Heraldo", es un reloj despertador para mesa,
ron vidrio irrompible protector de las aguja*
y esfera luminosa.

Comodidad j
los Rellenos
Para Aves,
Carnes y Pescados
Pueden Usarse
en Machas
LA CLASE de relleno depende del gusto de ctd persona Es natu-
ralmente preferible para b* c*"1" de 8"" uerte coino gaM0
cerdo un relleno de frutas, por ejemplo de minanu, de nueces, etc
Para las de gusto suave como pollo o pescado ei muy apropiado un
relleno mis sustancilo, aunque tambin queda bueno con uno sencillo
El relleno da gusto la carne, a veces modifica su sabor y ofrece un
agradable contraste
Hay dos clases de rellenos! el mojado y el seco. El ltimo es general-
mente preferido para carne grasosa, para aves y pescados, porque absorbe
su gusto y hace la carne mis delicada.
Los rellenos mis comunes tienen como base el pan Este debe ser
de la vspera, remojado con leche, mantequilla derretida o caldo.
Como algunos rellenos crecen al asarlos o cocinarlos, debe tenerse
cuidado de que no queden apretados para que no se revienten y deben
coserse o atarse muy bien las carnes
Los pavos pueden rellenarse con dos clases de rellenos, uno dulce y
otro salado Es preferible poner el dulce en el pecho.
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4 eucharaditas d mantequilla Yx P> *"
M cucharadita de sal 1 Poto d* pimienta
5 ... de pan ralllo 1 "bolla **
1 tomate picado cucharada, de harina
1 lasa de almendra, picada*
Pnganse al fuego todos los ingredientes hasta que estn bien mtela-
dos. Pueden agregrseles menudos de pavo o de pollo, ya cocidos.
Agregense al relleno anterior alcaparras, pepinitos dulces picados y
perejil picado suprimeindo las pasas. Es muy bueno para pescados.
6 ..... de pmn rallado cebolla grande, picadas
X tasa, de un buen caldo V* cucharadita de nes moscada
X huevo, batidos Vt t domanteau.lta
Sal y pimienta cucharada de par.) puado
W tasa de pasas
Se pone a remo* el pao con el caldo. Las cebolla, se feto b
mantequilla huta que empiecen a dorar, se mezclan el Pn mo.ado y
los huevos batidos. Se mezclan ligeramente los ingredientes.
Loa tomates rellenos con ensalada de atn Men saionada (M
mayonesa, asi y pimienta, son magnifico! para 1 amsnerx.
S tasa, de pan rallad
1 tasa de locha
S huevos
Sal y pimienta
Menudos da aso eoetdoe
y picados
Aceitunas picadas
2 cucharadas de mantequilla
\i tasa de queto rallada
l cebolla picada
1 tomata picado
Perefil picado
Se deja remojar un rato el pan con leche. La cebolla, el tomate, el
perejil. la sal y pimienta se ponen al fuego con la mantequilla hasta que
doren un poco; se retiran del fuego y se le agregan al pan rernojado
al que se le mezclan tambin los huevos batidos y el queso. Se pone al
fuego hasta que seque lo necesario Se le agregan los menudos picados.
Al relleno^nterior se le mezclan ostras fritas en mantequilla en
lugar de los menudos de aves.
2 lasas de coco rallado o
nueces picadas
1 tasa de lecha
Vt team de un caldo de pollo
espeso o concentrado
Cuando use ail con su lavadora
automtica, es mejor que use el
ail que viene en lasquitas aadin-
dolo cuando ponga el jabn.

Cuando lave los manteles y upe-
ticos bordados plnchelos por el la-
do al revs para que la labor quede
sd realce. El encaje de algodn se
debe planchar despus de seco

Cmo dividir la ropa para echar-
la al lavada En primer lugar, la ro-
a de mesa y las camisas blancas.
En otro montn la ropa de cama y
las toallas. En otro: la ropa interior
La ropa de color, en otro. Y por
ltimo, las sedas, rayones, blusas y
prendas ligeras. Las de lana se la-
varn por separado en agua sola-
mente tibia para que no encojan

Las prendas de algodn y de hilo
duran ms y se ven mejor cuando
se les pone un poco de almidn,
porque ste impregna las fibras del
gnero y ayuda a repeler el sucio
y las manchas. Adems, gran parte
del sucio se adhiere al almidn y
la pieza lava luego .con mayor ra-

Para que las piezas de niln se
conserven inmaculadamente blancas
hay que lavarlas por separado. La
ropa de color tiende a darles un
matiz amarilloso si se lavan juntas.

Si la bolsa del agua caliente tie-
ne mal olor, llnela con una solu-
cin de agua y mostaza y djela asi
por varias horas. La misma solucin
sirve para desinfectar pomos de vi-
drio que hayan contenido alimentos
mal olientes.
Por fin nconlrs)
la opa qu buscaba t
la rica y nutr va
1 lasa da pan rallado
1 cucharada da reholla picada
X cucharadas da mantequilla
1 hueso batido
Sal y pimienta al furto
Se mezcla el caldo con la lecht y luego los dems ingredientes. Es
bueno para pavo, pollo o carne de cerdo.
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6 manssmam
3 cucharada, de astear
Vs cucharadita de canela
Se pelan y se parten en tajadas las manzanas Se juntan con los dems
ingredientes y se ponen al fuego con la mantequilla un rato Es muy
bueno para rellenar pollo o carne de cerdo El plato en que se sirve se
adornar con tajadas de manzana cruda.
5 tuckaradas do pasas sin semillas
6 biscochuelos de.menusado.
de Muchos Usos
Una falda con tirantes abotona-
dos le proporcionar a su hijita, a
costo insignificante, un nuevo con-
junto atractivo cuando la lleve sobre
un vestidito que sirva de blusa y de
enagua a la vez. Con el nuevo oja-
lador Singer podr usted hacer a
perfeccin y en poco tiempo, en la
mquina de coser, todos los ojales
necesarios para tal labor, ya sean
ojales rectos o con ojillo. Entregado
en una cajita con espacio conve-
niente para cada pieza, este acceso-
rio tan sencillo y til tiene moldes
para varios tamaos de ojales.
qu rico!
Cuando un catarro le haga sentir la
nariz irritada y obstruida, pngase
unas pocas gotas de Va-tro-noi en cada
afosa nasal. Rpidamente
alivian la irritacin, ayu-
dan a desalojar la estor-
bosa mocosidad. le descon-
gestionan la nariz...|y lo
dejan respirarl jPruebelasI
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Asedado. Inc. 420 Lexmaton Aremie,
Ntw York ir. "HABLEMOS" ot r*
(tirado en todo* In Mito.
Es muy triste ignorar lo que s
deberla saber, pero an es ms tris-
te saber lo que se deberta ignorar
El impudor en las mujeres pro-
voca la virtud en los hombres
El hombre, como los paisajes,
pierde visto de cerca

Siempre creemos que los nio*
ajenos son peor edu ados que los
La libertad consiste en do peo
sar en ella.

Consejos para el Bienestar
de la Madre en Cierne
Ettl 11 el sptimo milenio d* isla seria preparada especial-
mente para HABLEMOS por una autoridad compete*/* en la
materia. Esta vez nos ocuparemos del nacimiento de la cria-
tura y los cuidados que debe recibir en ese momento tan im-
portante, del cual depende en gran parte la felicidad ill nio
1 de la madre.
El Nacimiento
NORMALMENTE, el acto de nacer, llamado alumbramien-
to, ocurre poco despus de los nueve meses de comen-
tada la gestacin Es un acto natural, y por lo unto, aunque
laborioso y doloroso, se lleva a cabo sin contratiempos, salvo
en los casos en que ocurren complicaciones inesperadas.
Precauciones que Se Deben Tomar
Para evitar la infeccin que causa la septicemia puerperal
es necesario que los que intervengan en la asistencia de la
paciente empleen para todo una meticulosa limpieza, de mo-
do que todo lo que toque a la mujer est absolutamente lim-
pio. La septicemia o fiebre puerperal es una enfermedad evi-
table, puesto que se conocen las causas y las medidas necesa-
rias para impedirla. Cuando el mdico se halla presente, l
sabe todas las precauciones que deben tomarse para evitar
esta terrible enfermedad. La mujer puede, por su parte, facili-
tar la labor del mdico si prepara de antemano todos los ar-
tculos necesarios, y se asegura de que se conserven limpioi
y esterilizados.
Lot Primeros Cuidados del Recin Nacido
TAN PRONTO nazca la criatura hay que limpiarle los ojos
con mucho cuidado. Es operacin debe hacerse usando
tapones esterilizados de algodn hidrfilo, preparados de an-
temano. sese un algodn limpio para cada ojo, pasndolo
del lado de la nariz hacia afuera, con cuidado para que no se
abran los prpados. Tambin hay que limpiarle los labios,
la nariz y la boca Esta se limpia con un algodn envuelto
en el dedo meique para sacar toda la mucosidad que haya
El Bao del Recin Nocido
La piel del recin nacido est cubierta de una substancia
que se limpia con facilidad si se le unta aceite de oliva o
vaselina, dejndola as un rato para que se ablande. Natu-
ralmente que durante este tiempo hay que mantener a la cria-
tura bien abrigada para que no se enfre. El agua del bao
debe estar a una temperatura un poco ms alta que la del
cuerpo, lo cual puede comprobarse por la ligera sensacin de
calor que se siente al meter el codo en el agua. Se lava escru-^
pulosamente todo el cuerpecito con jabn puro, teniendo cui-
dado de que se no le penetre en los ojos. Despus de secarle
sin brusquedad con toallas o paos suaves, se le coloca sobre
el ombljgo un aposito de gasa esterilizada con un agujero
en el centro para aue pase por l el cordn umbilical, y luego
se pone encima de ste otra compresa para cubrirlo. El apo-
sito se sujeta con una faja de franela, que debe tenerse prepa-
rada de antemano para este fin. A no ser que el aposito se
humedezca o se ensucie, es mejor no cambiarlo por vario
das El cordn umbilical se seca y se desprende generalmen-
te una semana despus del nacimiento; la cicatrizacin del
ombligo tarda otra semana ms.
lito AtWefo Vgue Je Mltiples Usos
Este es uno de los modelos ms fciles de adaptar para cualquier oca-
sin, desde el sencillo trajecito para las maanas en telas de algodn de
color entero o estampadas, hasta uno de ms vestir para de noche en seda
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del 12 al 42. $0.50 M.A.
Si las tiendas di su localidad no linden moldes "Vogui". puede Ud.
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Vd. deber enviar giro postal, indicando, al mismo tiempo, el n-
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detenidamente notaremos lo bsi-
cas que son laa partes que compo-
nen el conjunto, la meticulosa apa-
riencia del peinado, la perfeccin
del maquillaje. No hay nada exa-
gerado, nada llamativo, pero el re-
sultado final es muy "chic".
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El Congelador Elctrico Es Una Gratis
y la solucin al problema del "mandado"

PARA que la cocina este completamente modernizada necesita con-
tar con uno de esos excelentes congeladores elctrico* donde te
pueden conservar los alimentos que necesita la familia diariamente sin
tener que recurrir a la carnicera o el mercado continuamente
Muchas personas los utilizan primordialmente para almacenar co-
mestibles en cantidad, lo que representa gran beneficio desde el punto
de vista de economa de tiempo, dinero y trabajo Pero representan
tambin muchos beneficios en otros sentidos
Por supuesto, que si tiene usted su propia hortaliza, estar en la
gloria con uno de estos aparatos, porque puede guardar los productos
en toda su lozana, segn los vaya cosechando Qu mujer no se ale-
gra de encontrar el modo de emplear menos tiempo y trabajo en la
cocina? Con los alimentos congelados no se desperdicia absolutamente
nada, ya que slo se ha empaquetado lo que se va a cocinar y a servir;
por lo tanto, la comida va del paquete, a la olla, a la mesa, en unos
pocos momentos Y es mucho ms sabrosa y saludable porque no ha
perdido su contenido de vitaminas y minerales en cocimientos prolon-
gados ,
10 Mandamientos para la Decoracin del Hogar
PUESTO que el orgullo de toda mujer es tener un hogar bien pre-
sentado y arreglado acorde a la moda del da, precisa que ob-
serve estos diez mandamientos religiosamente:
1Pinte sus paredes con un color claro, alegre, revstalas con
un audaz papel tapiz, en colores vivos
2Tenga usted suficiente tela para cortinas, para que los pliegues
de stas sean profusos y elegantes
3Tenga la seguridad de contar con un buen tapicero especializa-
do en muebles y cortinajes, si no sabe usted confeccionarlos
4Se recomienda el uso de cubre-muebles lavables
5Procure elegir tapetes y alfombras cuyos colores armonicen con
las paredes y el decorado general de la habitacin
6Los muebles y tapetes pueden tener una ubicacin elegante,
sin que se sienta esa tiesura o tirantez entre las diversas piezas
que forman un ajuar.
7Use lmparas y bellas pantallas en sus mesas
8Es muy necesaria una mesita baja para servir el caf y poner
ceniceros, revistas, y plantas de adorno.
9Coloque usted sus pinturas o cromos en marcos anchos para
darles mayor lucimiento
10Coloque floreros con rosas y otras flores vistosas, o macetitai
con hojas en varias partes de la habitacin
1 H tfl
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Por ejemplo, usted puede planear y preparar comidas diferentes acor-
de al gusto de su familia y el dinero de que disponga y tenerlas siem-
pre listas para casos de emergencia Tambin puede aprovechar cual-
quier venta especial que haya en la localidad, otras veces se puede guar-
dar el pescado o la fruta de la estacin para usarlos luego cuando no se
puedan obtener en el mercado En esa forma se pueden equilibrar las
comidas para suministrar aquellos elementos necesarios al organismo
Un congelador paga por s mismo en poco tiempo porque se pueden
comprar los alimentos en cantidades mayores cuando los precios son
ms baratos, porque se pueden comprar cuando estn en abundancia,
porque necesitan menos tiempo en cocerse, porque se empica menos
tiempo en hacer la compra diaria, ventajas todas que significan gran-
des ahorros para el hogar
Entre los usos variados que se le
da al polvo de hornear hay algunos
que sobresalen por su gran utilidad,
por ejemplo:
Para el Pur de Papar. Ada-
sele Vi de taza de leche caliente y
Vi cucharadita de polve de hornear
a dos tazas de pur de papas y que-
dar esponjoso y suave sin tenet
que batirlo demasiado

Tortillas de Huevo f Souffles:
Cuando se agtega Vi cucharadita de
polvo de hornear a cada huevo qut
se use, las tortillas y souffles "nc se
caen" despus de cocidos Quedan
livianitos y de delicada (onsistrncia

Merengues: Part k a los me-
rengues textura ms fina, volumen
ms grande y corteza ms tierna,
agregense Vi cucharadita de pt.lvo
de hornear y 2 cucharadas d< az-
car a cada clara de huevo que se
use, antes de batirlas
Rellenos de Aves, Budni de
Pan: Para evitar que los rellenos y
budines de pan salgan motados,
agregeseles I cucharadita de polvo
e para cada tuza dt migas
de pan duro, antes de mezclarlas
Pescado, carne y legumbres em
patinados: Si se desea que la cor-
teza del pescado carne n legum-
bres empanizados quedi seca, tosta-
da y tierna, agregele Vi cucha-
tadita de polvo de hornear a cada
Va de taza de miga:, de pan que
se use para empanizai .

Cuando e miden lquidos de va-
rias clases con un cuenta-gotas en
una cuchara, ambas manos queda-
rn libres si se inserta el mango de
la cuchara entre los dientes de uo
tenedor puesto de lado

Croquetas, albondigai y asado de
carne picada: 1 cucharadita de pol-
vo de hornear con cadt Vi kilo de
carne, aumenta el volumen e impar-
te suavidad de textura
Ace lavando...
yo descansando
Ac lava ropa do trabajo y toda
cla>* do ropa mientras usted descansa.
Cuando se lava con Ace slo hay que
poner la ropa en remojo con Ace y
dejarla un rato. Despus, con la
mayor facilidad, se le quita la.
luciedad y ya est lista.