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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Panam American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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CZ Income Tax
Will Be Tested
Before Courts
The matter of tax for Canal Zonians is going to court.
A group of Zonians employes of the Air Force,
Navy and Panam Canal has retained the law firm of
Collins & McNevin to test the constitutionality of the tax
law, as it applies to the Canal Zone. The original group
of ten men is expected to expand to 200 to 300 before the
week is over.
The "mechanics" of handling
the legal action is still under
consideration. It was not known
today whether such a case could
be tried In the local courts or
whether It would have to be
taken before the 18-man tax
court In Washington.
It was also not certain today
whether the action could be
brought in the name of the group
or whether one individual would
be named as plaintiff. The latter
lorm was followed in actions
brought by a group of Dredging
Division employes several years
ago to determine overtime claims
and by the Canal Zone police
more recently In their overtime
Particular stress Is expected to
be laid on the unfairness of the
retroactive tax, which was con-
sidered by the Senate Finance
Committee as likely to work
"considerable hardship" on local
federal employes. This was prior
to the conference report when
conferees selected the house ver-
sion of the tax bill, Imposing the
tax retroactively.
The attorneys are also expect-
ed to lay emphasize on the "dls-
crlmnatry" feature of the pre-
sent law, which taxes federal
employes but does not tax em-
ftloyes of private companies llv-
ng and working in the Canal
Write To Congress:
Panam Citizens,
Firms, Donate
To CZ Red Cross
Many Individuals and private
firms in the Republic of Panama
are among the early contributors
to the Canal Zone Red Cross
Drive. The list Includes:
$200 Dlers and Ullrich. S.A.;
$100Cia L. Martinz, S.A.; Cla
Internacional de Seguros and
$50Mrs. Ida Ullrich; Dr. and
Mrs. D. F. Reeder and Cla. Pana-
mea de Aceites, S.A.;
$25A. Fastllch; Sharp Paper
Company and Sergio Betancourt;
$20E. V. Trott and Jaime
$15Panama Coca Cola Bot-
tling Co.;
$10George A. Bernal; Order of
De MolayPacific Chapter, J. C.
Wright; Leopoldo and Graciela
Arosemena, Lionel R. Stempel
and Arango and Lyons.
$5E. L. Luce; Dr. Herbert C.
Clark and Foto Flatau;
$1Mrs. Laurel Jackson.
The drive for funds Is proceed-
ing satisfactorily In every way,
according to I. F. Mcllhenney,
vice-chairman of the fund com-
Write to Congress!
An idea that Zonians, now
facing the payment of a year's
back taxes, write members of
the House Ways and Means
Committeeor better still, have
relatives and friends from each
Congressman's state take up a
letter campaignhas been ad-
vanced by several Isthmians to
The Panam American.
The following list shows the
members of this committee,
which handles tax legislation,
and which must consider any
move to eliminate the retroac-
tive feature of the tax:
Democrats: Robert L. Dough-
ton, North Carolina, chairman;
Jere Cooper, Tennessee; John
D. Dingell, Michigan; Wilbur
D. Mills, Arkansas; Noble J.
Gregory, Kentucky; A. Sidney
Camp, Georgia; Aime J. Forand,
Rhode Island; Herman P. Ever-
harter, Pennsylvania; Cecil R.
King, California; Thomas J.
O'Brien, Illinois; J. M. Combs,
Texas; Hale Boggs, Louisiana;
Eugene J. Keogh, New York;
Walter K. Granger, Utah; Burr
P. Harrison, Virginia.
Republicans: Daniel A. Reed,
New York; Roy O. Woodruff.
Michigan: Thomas A. Jenkins,
Ohio; Richard M. Simpson,
Pennsylvania; Robert W. Kean,
New Jersey; Carl T. Curtis, Ne-
braska: Noah M. Mason, Illi-
nois; Thomas E. Martin, Iowa:
Hal Holmes, Washington, and
John W. Byrnes, Wisconsin.
US Embassy in Rome
Damaged by Bomb;
'Fascists' Blamed
ROME. Mar. 13 (UP)A bomb
exploded at the United States
Embassy in Rome today. Police
blamed "young Fascists."
The Italian Government offi-
cially apologized for the bomb-
ing. Mrchese Francesco Maria
Taliani, chief of protocol in the
Italian Foreign Office, called on
United States Ambassador James
C. Dunn to express his Govern-
ment's regrets.
The Embassy refused to specu-
late immediately on the reason
for the bombings. (The State De-
Eartment In Washington also
lamed Fascists.)
Five night workers in the ad-
jacent United States Information
Service offices were not Injured.
United States Marine guards
were on duty at the main gate of
the United States Embassy. They
did not see the two youths who
allegedly planted the bombs.
Police rounded up 10 persons
in the vicinity of the Embassy
following the blast, which dug an
eight inch, foot wide hole and
smashed three windows.
'Tony' Biddle
Named Deputy
On Ike's Staff
PARIS, March 13 (UP) Col-
onel Anthony J. Drexel Biddle,
Jr., Philadelphia socialite, diplo-
mat, sportsman and soldier, to-
day was appointed deputy chief
of staff to General Dwlght D.
Eisenhower, commander of the
Atlantic Pact forces.
Biddle, 53, was United States
Ambassador to Poland when that
country was invaded by the Na-
zis in 1939, and was later wartime
ambassador to Governments In
He will handle the national af-
fairs section of SHAPE (Supreme
Headquarters Allied Powers In
Europe). \
SHAPE said: "The purpose of
this bureau is primarily to main-
tain liason between the Govern-
ments of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization and SHAPE,
as well as to act as coordinator
for national military representa-
tives to SHAPE in their contacts
with the Integral SHAPE staff."
UN Troops Surge North
Outflanking Red Forces
Smallpox Vaccination
Underway In RP Cities
A smallpox vaccination cam- It Is expected that the work In
paign Which will Including the Panam and Coln can be corn-
Canal Zone and-the terminal pleted within about six weeks,
cities of Panam and Coln was after which teams will begin vac-
begun this week in the two ter- cinations in various sections of
mlnal cities. the Canal Zone.
Provisions for the vaccination Not all persons will be requlr-
of all persons In the Canal Zone ed to be vaccinated this year and
and the two terminal cities at those who have been vaccinated
Intervals of not more than five within the past five years should
years are contained In the Board present evidence to that effect to
of Health Ordinance. No. 5, ap- the vaccinating team. Most
proved In 1915. The last general children in the Canal Zone and
smallpox vaccination program the two terminal cities will not
was conducted In 1945. require vaccinations since babies
Three vaccinating teams are are vaccinated a few weeks after
being used In Panam City and birth and at regular Intervals
two in Coln. Each team is com- upon entering schools,
posed of a registered nurse who In addition to children, many
does the actual vaccinations and adults In the Canal Zone have
two assistants, one of whom been vaccinated within the past
does the necessary clerical work, five years since travel regula-
Kach team Is being accompanied tlons require smallpox vaccina-
by a Panam policeman. tlons within a limited period. For
The program In both cities Is this reason. It is ftot expected
being carried forward with the that the campaign In the Canal
full cooperation of the Govern- Zone this year will be as pro-
ment of Panam and plans for longed as in 1945. At that time
the house-to-house campaign comparatively few residents had
were made Jointly by the health left the Isthmus within the five-
authorities of the two Jurlsdlc- year period because of wartime
tlons. travel raatd*^
Senator Vandenberg,
Bipartisan Leader,
Has Turn for Worse
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., March
13 (UP) Sin. Arthur H. Van-
denberg, Republican champion of
a bipartisan foreign policy, took
a turn for the worse today.
The 66-year-old senior Michi-
gan Senator suffered a relapse
during convalescence from two
lung operations more than a
year ago.
His son, Arthur, Jr., said his
father's condition was "getting
worse." and gloom spread
through the Vandenberg family.
A physician from Washington
has flown here to consult with
Vandenberg's physician, Dr. A.
B. Smith.
Shades were drawn In the Van-
denberg home, and three nurses
kept round-the-clock watch on
GOP foreign policy leader who
has been absent from his Wash-
ington desk for more than a year.
Arthur, Jr., returned recently
from Brazil to be near his father.
Two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth
Pfelffer, and Mrs. John Bailey,
reside In Grand Rapids.
Half of one of Vandenberg's
lungs was removed in an opera-
tion at University of Michigan
Hospital at Ann Arbor in 1949.
Since that time, he has been un-
der constant medleal care.
Although confined to his bed,
Vandenberg has kept close tab
of national and International af-
fairs. Recently he wired Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, praising
him for his report to Congress
on his trip to Atlantic Pact na-
Barcelona Rioters Face | US' Radio Run
Reprisals by Government Tarzon' Scores
Hits In Korea
Former PRR Official
Elmer F. Orr Dies
In San Diego Home
Elmer F. Orr, former Super-
intendent and Master of Trans-
portation for the Panama Rail-
road, died yesterday in San Die-
go, where he had lived since his
retirement in 1935. He was 66
years old.
Two of his children, Elmer B.
Orr of the Finance Bureau, and
Mrs. R. J. Jones, of the Engin-
eering Division will leave by air
tomorrow morning for San Die-
Mr. Orr was born In Black-
water. Missouri, and worked as
telegraph operator and ticket
agent for railway companies in
the United States for about two
years before to the Isthmus.
Employed In August 1906 as
operator for the Panama Rail-
road Company, he also served
as towerman and block dispatch-
er up to 1910 when he became
train dispatcher. He was named
superintendent and master of
transportation in October 1934.
Besides Elmer Orr and Mrs.
Jones, he Is survived by his wife
and one other son. Earl Orr of
the Commissary Division.
Services to the Armed
Forces are a never ending
responsibility of the Red
Cross, in peace s well as
war. Last year more than
1,600 paid workers served
the Army, Navy, Air Force,
Marine Corps, and Coast
Guard at 1,306 military in-
stallations and 11 military
hospitals. In chapters, an-
other 11.600 Red Cross work-
ers, both paid and volunteer,
completed the service team.
Help our servicemen by sup-
porting the 1951 Red Cross
Fund Campaign.
BARCELONA, Mar. 13 (UP).
Generalissimo Francisco Fran-
co's government today threaten-
ed stern action against rioters
here In a move to halt out-
breaks of violence throughout
the nation's second largest city.
Crowds protested against the
high cost of living. This protest
followed their triumphant boy-
cott of cltv street cars last week
which forced city authorities to
rescind an order raising fares.
Following an emergency Cab-
inet session at Franco's home
Minister of the Interior Bias Pe-
rez Gonzales announced that
"the Government has In its
hands power to put down any
kind of troublemaklng and will
apply the full weight of the law
against those who try to break
down peace and order."
Meantime drizzle dampened
the ardor of thousands of riot-
ers in this 1,125,000 person city.
The city's civil governor E-
duardo Baeza told newsmen the
strikes had been provoked by
Communists determined to em-
barrass the nation just as Its
international position was Im-
Informed quarters said the
soaring price of essential food-
stuffs has created honest com-
plaints from non-Communists.
The Government Is apparently
taklnir no chances after the out-
Income Tax Forms
Musi Be Mailed Or
Handed in Mar. IS
Estimated Income tax forms,
when completed., may be mailed
either to the local Internal Rev-
enue Office. Box 3673, Balboa, or
to the Collector of Internal Rev-
enue In Jacksonville, Florida,
Harry L. Pressly, Deputy Collec-
tor in charge of the Balboa office
said today.
Only two days are left for filing
the estimated tax forms which
are required to be filed by March
15. A comparatively small per-
centage of Canal-Railroad em-
ployes will be required to file es-
timated tax forms.
Those required to make pay-
ments when submitting their es-
timates of income tax for the ca-
lendar year 1951 should make
their checks or postal money or-
ders payable to the Collector of
Internal Revenue, Jacksonville,
Florida. This should be done even
though the estimated tax and re-
mittance are delivered personal-
ly or mailed to the Internal Rev-
enue Office In the Canal Zone.
Pressly said. Cash payments will
be accepted locally.
Thursday Is the last day on
which the estimated tax forms
can be filed without being sub-
ject to penalty. Letters contain-
ing the forms which are post-
marked up to midnight Thursday
will be accepted as being within
the deadline, Mr. Pressly an-
Payment of estimated tax Is re-
quired only on that part of a per-
son's Income which Is not sub-
ject to a withholding tax and can
be made quarterly.
Nehru Warns India
Would Not Permit
Attack On Kashmir
J4EW DELHI, Mar. 13, (UP;
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru In a press conference today
v/arned that "any attack u:i
Kashmir would be considered an
attack on India."
He assailed as wholly false and
baseless the charges made a-
gainst India by the Pakistani re-
presentative In the United Na-
He said "we are not prepared to
be insulted in this way or to be
bullied by repetition' of threats
and falsehoods. India cannot per-
mit foreign troops of any kind to
enter Kashmir."
The princely state has been a
bone of contention between India
and Pakistan for three years.
break, the worst anywhere
Spain since the Civil War
years ago.
A cruiser and three destroyers
have arrived in the port, and a
special tralnload of armed po-
lice has arrived from Madrid.
An undetermined number of
special police agente from Ma-
drid's political squad have also
arrived by rail and air in an at-
tempt to get to the roots of the
Pern Union (alls
Nationwide Strike
Against la Prensa'
A 15-mlnute nationwide pro-
test strike against La Prensa,
sponsored by the pro-Govern-
ment General Confederation of
Labor (CGT) Is scheduled for
3 p. m. today.
ft Is In support of the boycott
by the CGT's affiliate Newsven-
dors' Union which has kept the
Independent newspaper closed
since Jan. 28.
In the meantime the Minister
of Labor has before him a 15-
sheet statement from La Pren-
sa employes asking him to de-
clare publicly that no dispute
exists between the newspaper
and its more than 1,500 em-
In handbills distributed about
the streets last night La Pren-
sa employes, Including union
members declared they have
not refused to support the boy-
cott "but have firmly repudiat-
ed the attitude" of the Press
and Printers' Unions which
"have exceeded their authority
in barking up the conflict of the
newsvendors and have seriously
violated trade union practices."
Julio E. Briceo
Is New Secretary
Of Foreign Ministry
Announcement has been made
of the appointment of Julio E.
Briceo. above, to the position
of Secretary of the Ministry of
Foreign Relations.
Briceo was educated at the
La Salle School and the Law
School in Panam and later
graduated from the American
University In Washington, D. C.
where he studied Foreign 8ervice.
The new secretary began his
career as Consul to Yokohama In
1931. He later became Consul
General and subsequently was
Secretary of Legation at Wash-
ington. DC, Secretary of Em-
bassy, Counselor of Embassy and
several times served as Charge
d'Affalres in Washington. For a
period In 1940, Briceo was Chief
of the National Police In Pana-
m. He was named Minister to
China in 1946. At the time of his
appointment to his present posi-
tion, he was Chief of the Depart-
ment of Internal Revenue In
Panam City.
Briceo is married to an Eng-
lish lady, now a naturalized citi-
zen of Panam. He Is completely
bl-llngual in Spanish and Eng-
lish and has a wide circle of
friends In the foreign colonies of
the Republic and In the Canal
TOKYO, Mar. 13 (UP) The
United States Air Force an-
nounced today that its six ton,
radio controlled Tarzon bomb
had performed "under excellent
control" in Korea In attacks on
four massive Communist held
United Press writer Charles
Cordry reported from Washing-
ton that there are two types of
radio controlled bomb now In
use in Korea the 27-foot long
Tarzon and the 1,000 pound Ra-
The Air Force said the four
Communist held bridges attack-
ed by Tarzon were destroyed. In
several cases the explosion hurl-
ed heavy steel girders 150 feet.
There Is a radio receiver In
the missile and a transmitter
In the bomber. Attached to the
bomb Is a flare which the bomb-
ardier can spot through his
bombslght as he controls the
bomb's descent.
Tarzon has been used In Ko-
rea In limited numbers since
Aug. 1950.
Mrs. R.V. Small Dies
In Florida; Was 38
Years On Isthmus
News of the death of Mrs. Cla-
ra Augusta Small, well known re-
sident of the Canal Zone between
1906 and 1944 when her husband
retired from Canal service, has
been received by friends on the
Her death occurred last week
in a nursing home In St. Peters-
burg. Florida, where she has been
confined for the past several
She was the widow of Mr. Ralph
V. Small, who was employed for
many years during the Canal
construction period and later.
Most of Mr. Small's service for
years prior to his retirement In
January 1944 was as carpenter
foreman in the Building Division.
He died in California In August
Mrs. Small was born in Bangor,
Maine and came to the Isthiims
as a bride only two years after
the Canal construction was be-
gun. Mr. and Mrs. Small resided
on the Pacific aide during most
of their residence on the Isth-
TOKYO, March 13 (UP) Nearly 200,000 United
Nations troops surged north across Korea today in virtual'
ly a general advance that outflanked and engulfed Chang*
pyong and threatened the big Chinese base of Hongchon
Chinese and North Korean Reds melted away in front
of the United States tanks and infantry after losing an
estimated 38,000 men in six days.
But the Communists were expected to attempt a stand
along a line anchored on Hongchon, 21 miles south of the
38th parallel. More than 1,500 Red vehicles were spotted
last night rushing supplies and reinforcements south to-
wards the new line.
Magistrate Resumes
Balboa Bench Today
Balboa Magistrate Ralph Chit-
tick was back on the bench to-
day. He has just completed a
two-week tour of active duty
with the Army here.
During his absence both courts
were covered by Cristobal Ma-
gistrate E. I. P. Tatelman.
To Venezuela Envoy
For Agents' Error
Secret Police-Chief Juan de
Dios Poveda said today he would
visit Venezuelan Ambassador
Henrique Castro Gomez to ten-
der his apologies for an incident
involving the envoy and mem-
bers of the Secret Police.
In a special statement, Pove-
da said, "I am the first to la-
ment the unfortunate Incident
.... A careful investigation., has
shown that the moment the
Ambassador identified himself,
all the rights and privileges due
him were accorded.
"This morning I will call on
..the Ambassador, to explain
the incident and to present my
excuses In the name of the or-
ganization which I direct.."
Yesterday, the Ambassador
said that he had unofficially
protested to Foreign Minister
Carlos N. Brln that Secret Po-
lice had shown a lack of respect
toward both him and his wife
early Sunday about 1:30 a.
Castro Gomez revealed triit
Secret Police agents had stopped
the car In which he and his
wife were returning to their re-
sidence, and had addressed him
In Insulting and vulgar terms.
He added that the agents as-
serted he had "another person"
in his automobile and that thfr
incident was witnessed by a
large number of persons.
Castro Gomez said Brin pro-
mised him those guilty of caus-
ing the situation would be pun-
"I suppose." said Castro Go-
mez, "that the incident was not
the fault of the government. I
have been a personal friend Of
President Arnulfo Arias for
many years and hold him In
high esteem."
MBA Offices Moved
To Gamboa Clubhouse
Offices of the Panam Canal
Employes Mutual Benefit Asso-
ciation have been moved from
the Dredging Division area to
new space In the downstairs sec-
tion of the Gamboa Clubhouse.
Office hours are unchanged:
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
The 8th Army is cautiously tak-
ing up the slack between Its own
forces and the vanished Reds. It
is on guard against any counter
offensive that might split its line
and force it into retreat.
However the United States 25th
Division lashed out with a tank
and Infantry task force and
made four miles to the Seoul-
Chunchon supply highway. It
met no Communist troops**
The thrust carried past Seoul's
eastern defenses and outflanked
the city Itself.
Although aerial observers had
reported signs that the Reds
were uplllng out of 8eoul a Unit-
ed States 3rd Division patrol
which probed across the Han
River Just southeast of the city
found the outskirts heavily
guarded by sentries.
The United States 1st Cavalry
Division drove to within five
miles west-southvest of Hong-
chon along the highway from
Yongdu against stubborn Chinese
reguard resistance.
Australian troops on the ca-
valrymen's right advanced to
within five miles south-south-
west of the city without opposi-
Still farther east the South
Korean 6th Division and the
United States 1st Marine Division
advanced to within five miles
south and southeast of the sup-
ply base respectively.
In the eastern mountains the
United States 7th Division cap-
tured the key road Junction of
Changpyong, 25 miles south of
the 38th parallel, and advanced
north and east of It.
Fifth Air Force headquarters
said Allied fighters and light
bombers hit the Reds with near-
ly 750 combat sorties today In aa
all-out attack.
Pilots claimed about 450 Com-
munists killed or wounded, and
damage to 13 towns harboring
Red troops and supplies. Other
pilot claims Included the des-
truction of 74 Red vehicles and
damage to 14 more.
Point Four Chiefs Will
Address College Club
A group of men In charge of
the "Point Four" program In
Panam will give talks on the
work being done here tonight at
8 p.m. in the auditorium of the
Balboa JWB.
The program Is sponsored by
the World Problems Study Group
of the Canal Zone College Club,
and the speakers are: Dr. Ernest
C. Jeppsen. Dr. Max Arosemena,
Dr. John E. Grlnnell and A. 3.
Balboa Tides
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Nudes Pose Wage,
Freeze Problems
TORONTO. Mar. 13 (UP)
Pretty Canadian models
today turned the heat on
artists who make them pose
in the nude in chilly stu-
They announced the for-
mation of the Artists' and
Models' Federal Union. With
the heist of the American
AFL they hope to tain bet-
ter working conditions and
more pay.
One model said: "Why
sometimes I get so chilled In
unheated studios that I
can't speak."
The 11 (iris who Initially
formed the Union said they
had been pos in for at lit-
tle as 8 a week and sel-
dom for more than 13!.
An AFL organiser told
them: "Yon are victims of
shocking economic condi-
tions. Artists may be able
to live on love and fresh air,
but they shouldn't expect
you to eat canvas."
Editorial Flays Trujillo Clan
For Presidency 'Ownership
Disaccord with the Idea that
the presidency of a sovereign re-
public should be regarded by any
particular Incumbent as being
his personal property or that of
his family, to be disposed of In
accordance with their wishes, was
expressed yesterday In the edi-
torial of El Panam Amrica.
The editorial refers to the an-
nouncement from the Dominican
Republic that the military dicta-
tor, General Rafael Lenidas
Trujillo, who has been president
for two decades, will now hand
the presidential chair over to his
brother. General Hector Trujillo.
Minister of War, for a period of
two years. After that, the an-
nouncement had stated, the "Ge-
neralissimo" would return.
The arguments which have
been advanced to Justify this
procedure, the editorial conti-
nues, will not convince the free
peoples of America. It must have
been very sad for the people of
the Dominican Republic to have
the name of their capital. Santo
Domingo, changed to "Trujillo''
in honor of the dictator, and this
new maneuver must sorely irri-
tate the citizens of that country
and at the same time produce a>
feeling of deep sorrow among the
peoples of this Continent.
The editorial continues that
the movement for the establish-
ment of the democratic system
must be made more effective In
this Hemisphere. In order to be
able to fight more effectively
against Communism, it Is neces-
sary to reinforce the prlncip'es
of liberty. While there are dic-
tatorial governments in America.
there will continue to be a lack of
confidence in the ideals of liber-
ty which the people are called
upon to defend.
This problem of military dic-
tatorships," the editorial con-
cludes, "can only cause the deep-
est preoccupation among the de-
mocratic governments of the
American Continent, especially
those which, through a multipli-
city of circumstances, serve al
the guiding Influences In thlr
crusade for human freedom.''

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Frequent Sailings from Cristbal to
Weft Coast of Central America
Cristbal 2121
Panami 2-2804
Coln 20
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
M.T. "SALINAS" (omits Chilei...................March 30th
M.V "REINA DEL PACIFICO"'....................May 2nd
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"....................May 28th
S.S. "FLAMENCO".............................March 16th
M.V. "SALAMANCA"" ..........................March 17th
SB. "LOCH RYAN"" ...........................March 21st
8.8. "LOCH AVON" ............................March 29th
88. "DALERDYK" ...............................April flth
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available for passengers.
All Sailings Subject to Chance Without Notice.
PACIFIC STr.VM NAV CO. Cristbal Tel 1654 1655
FORM COMPANY INC. Panam Tel S-1257/1258: Balboa 1905
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Out of Jacksonville, Florida,
boneyard for merchant ships, the
7,199-ton Seamerchant was
southbound yesterday through
the the Canal. From the bone-
yard she went to Norfolk to load
a cargo of coal for Japan.
She was due to berth in Balboa
for bunkers and water. Her des-
tination Is Yawata. Local agents
are C. Fernle Carjo
With 1,600 tons of general car-
go for the Isthmus and for
trans-shipment, the SS Crafts-
man docked yesterday afternoon
In Cristobal. She is out of Llver-
Eool and is not scheduled for
ranslt. Her cargo is one of the
largest to arrive here from Eng-
land In some time. Craftsman Is
owned by the Harrison Line, lo-
cal agent for which are W. An-
drews Whale Oil
The tanker Powell, making her
first port since she cleared from
Balboa two months ago yester-
day, docked Sunday In Balboa.
She has been to the Ant-Tt-'" tn
refuel the whaling fleet. She had
aboard a cargo of whale on. to.. -
ell is owned by Bugge and Grogh
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When the hand shown today
was played in a team-of-four
uialch, the results were very in-
structive. One player decided to
make his guess at the second
trick, and fell right on his nose.
The other player gathered all
| possible information before mak-
ing his guess, and, as a result,
didn't really have to guess at all.
Strangely enough, the contract
was the same at both tables. Six
clubs could, of course, have been
made by means of a successful
guess In the trump suit. However.
: at both tables the hand was play-
ed at three no-trump.
In the first room. South won
the opening lead with the ace of
spades. He then decided that
East's spade bid probably Indi-
cated some shortness in clubs. He
therelore laid down the ace of
clubs at the second trick.
That was the end of the hand
for this declarer. He could win a
spade, four hearts, a diamond,
and two clubsfor a total of
eight tricks. However, he could
never make his ninth trick.
When the hand was played In
the other room, the declarer saw
no reason to jump to conclusions
about the clubs. He saw that
there was no harm In taking a
few heart tricks first.
At the second trick therefor?,
..South led a heart to dummy's
ace and returned a heart to the
king. On the second round of
hearts East discarded a diamond.
This was very revealing. If East
were short In hearts, he was un-
likely also to be short in clubs.
To New York
General Julian L. Schley, for-
mer governor, and member of the
Panam Railroad Company
Board of Directors, and Ernst A.
Erbe, who retired at the end of
January as Executive Assistant
to the Governor, are among the
passengers who are scheduled to
leave the Isthmus Friday on the
S.S. Cristobal.
A total of 78 passengers will
sail on the Cristobal, according
to the advance passenger list
from the Panam Line offices at
Balboa Heights.
The complete advance list fol-
Augustine G. Arango. Mrs. Har-
ry A. Comley, Sallle B. Cox. Mr.
and Mrs. Caesar Coloma and two
daughters, Mrs. Margaret'C. De
Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Ollle G. Elk-
ins and two children, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernst A. Erbe, Dr. and Mrs.
Nathan Flnkelstein. Eliot T.
Fitch, and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard
F. French and son.
John E. Giles. James F. Hick-
man, Mrs. Marie Henrlquez and
son, Mr. and Mrs. John Hower.
Miss Viola J. Huelitte, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Jameson and
daughter, Mrs. Gracelyn H. John-
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Dalle D. Keig-
ley and two children, and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph T. KozJowskl and
Mrs. Mary J. Lacklen and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Lam-
bert, Jr., and three children, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Leftrldge, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Leswing. Miss Jo-
hanna Little, Mrs. Ruth Mason,
John F. McDowell, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis X. Qulnn and two chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Francisco
Reisinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward C. M. Richards.
Coi. Walter J. Schoelermann,
General and Mrs. Julian L.
Schley. Mrs. Carrie A. Smith,
Maurice J. Sterling, Miss Nellie
L. St. John, Mrs. Florena Thom-
as, Miss Ivone Thomas, PFC Rob-
ert T. Tieder, Mrs. Frances Totrr,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Turk, John
P. Trabalka, Mrs. Louise H. Ward,
Clifford W. West, and Mrs. Leona
E. York and two children.
Marriage Llcenso
EVANS, Thomas Arthur, 28. of
Pato, Colombia, to BRASS, Helen
Noreen. 19 of Vancouver.
MUSSA, Matthew Ellas. 25, of
Gamboa, to BARRETT, Margaret
Olive, 25, of Gamboa.
EARLE Mr. and Mrs. George, of
Red Tank, daughter, March 9,
Gorgas Hospital.
SEALES, Mr. and Mrs. Harold,
of Red Tank, daughter, March 9,
Gorgas Hospital.
ARCHER, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie,
of La Boca, son, March 9, Gorgus
HOYLE, Mr. and Mrs. William
H, of Balboa, daughter, Marcli 9,
Gorgas Hospital.
MCKENZIE, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur, of Panama, daughter, Mar.
10. Gorgas Hospital.
GREAVES. Mr. and Mrs. E. S.,
of Panama, daughter, March 10,
Gorgas Hospital.
RIVERA, Mr. and Mrs. E. R.,
of Red Tank, son, March 11, Gor-
gas Hospital.
EMBRY, Lt. and Mrs. J. G., of
Panama, son, March 11, Gorgas
George, 88. of Monte
South continued by leading a*- "'"* .
heart towards dummy, finessin,; Llrl. March Gor-M Hospital.
the ten. East discarded the ten o
diamonds on this trick and lol
lowed with a small spade when
dummy next cashed the queen oi
Declarer returned to trje hand
with the ace of diamonds, noting
carefully the fall of East's Jack of
diamonds. East's actual distribu-
tion was then quite clear. De-
clarer therefore won the first
club trick with dummy's king, dis
covering the club break. He mi
then able to finesse clubs, thus
scoring 11 tricks.
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Meeting Hannibal Frost

21 Women Licensed To Drive Trucks
FT. GULICK, Mar. IS Twen-
ty-one women from the Ft ev-
tele and Ft. William D. Davit
sones ol the Atlantic Area siw-
center received licenses recently
that will qualify them to drive
government vehicles In case of a
Graduation exercises for the
first group of Its kind to complete
the course on the Atlantic Side
were conducted by Lt. Col. Mv-
ron D. Smith. Acting Command-
ant of the OSARCARIB School.
Instruction was given as part
of the Army. Navy and Air Force
Disaster Control Program.
The women successfully com-
pleted a course of instruction
covering conventional driving on
level and Improved roads, cross-
country driving with the use of
front wheel drive mechanisms,
braking and parking, first eche-
lon maintenance, tire changing
and use of vehicular tools. The
students also viewed army train-
ing films related to the above
This class, as others scheduled
In the near future, was in charge
of 1st Lt. Victor Mrquez. TC, Se-
nior Instructor of the Automotive
Division of the USARCAR1B
School. Registration is now open
for future classes and all Army
and Civilian dependents are urg-
ed to call Lt. Mrquez at Tele-
phones 8-8347 or 8-8571 after du-
ty hours to register.
The graduates of the initial
class included: Mrs. M. E. Webb,
Mrs. H. J. Prelss, Mrs. F. G.
Stelner. Mrs. J. C. Loyd. Mrs. A.
A. Vilkin, Mrs. Wm. Coleman,
Mrs. D. Thompson. Mrs. A.R. Nel-
son. Mrs. D. Heath. Mrs. J. M.
Stevens. Mrs. B. King. Mrs. E.
Courtwrlght. Mrs. M. Mustaine,
Mrs. C. Palm. Mrs. M. Versaggl
and Mrs. G. Colbert.
STEP RIGHT UP, MADAM! Sft. Charles V. Conrtrlght Instructor In the ISARCARIB Mo-
tor Pool School, explains the brake system on a two-and-a-half-ton truck (o the members of
his class of women. The women are receiving training in connection with the Arntv Navv
and Air Force Disaster Control Program. '
Naj. Newton Cox,
IAGS Chief, Sent
To Santiago, Chile
Santiago. Chile, will be the next
duty station for Major J. Newton
Cox. until recently officer In
oharge of the Panama project,
Inter-American Geodetic Survey,
Corozal. In Chile also he will di-
rect LAOS activities, according to
an Army announcement.
He has been replaced here by
Major John R. Davis.
Major Cox arrived on the Isth-
mus approximately three years
ago and has become a well known
figure in local athletic circles
having Instructed boxing and re-
fereed at matches during the j
past two years. He also played
first base as a member of the Ft.
Amador Special Troops baseball'
team. Following World War II he I
was in charge of the military ath-
letic program at the-Unlverslty of
Returning to the Isthmus with-
in a few days. Major Cox and his
family will make their perman-
ent move to Chile in April.
fclnce his arrival on the Isth-
mus a year ago, he has directed
the IAGS training program at
Penonome, where civil englnetr
graduates of United States col-
leges have received concentrated
training during the past year in
preparation for advancing IAGS
work in Latin and South Ameri-
can countries.
Atlantic Side
Sunrise Service
Set At Ft. Davis
U. S. Armed Forces Films
Honored At Foreign Shows
The Atlantlo Side Easter Sun-
rise Service will be conducted a'.
Fort Davis this year under the
combined sponsorship of the
branches of the Armed Forces
with the cooperation of the At-
lantic Side Religious Council.
, The chairman of the commii tee
handling the service is Chpl.
Walter McCracken. A quiet ser-
mon will be delivered by Cehap-
lain Milton Cookson of the
Church of Our Saviour.
wards for Armed Forces motion
pictures which won prizes or re-
cognition in 1950 foreign film
festivals have been presented to
representatives of the Army. Na-
vy and Air Force in the office of
the Director of Public Informa-
tion, Office of the Secretary of
Defense. Osgood Roberts, Deputy
Director of Public Information,
made the presentation.
The Air Force representative
received a medal awarded by the
Eleventh International Exhibi-
tion of Cinematographic Art for
the Department of the Air Forre
motion picture "Survival on the
Arctic Tundra." This feature
length color motion picture won
first prize in the Miscellaneous
Documentary category at the ex-
hibition held in Venice, Italy, Au-
gust 8-20.1950. Designed to train
Air Force personnel, this film was
produced under contract by Apex
Films, with Ah- Force supervision.
Of 19 U.8. Government films
entered in the Venice exhibition's
Maj. Halligan Heads
Board To Interview
Officer Candidates
Prince Bernhard
Planning 2nd Visit
To South America
AMSTERDAM. Mar. 13 (UP).
Prince Bernhard of the Nether-
lands will pay an official visit
to Uruguay. Argentina and Chi-
le from March 26 to April 28.
The purpose of the trip will
be "to give expression to the
cordial relations between the
Netherlands and these South
American countries."
Last year he paid a similar vl-
it to Venezuela, Brazil and
Maj. Edward G. Halligan of
the Damage Control School at
For: Amador, has been appointed
President of the Army Officer
Candidate Interview Board, ac-
cording to recent orders released
by U.S. Army Caribbean Head-
quarters. Fort Amador.
Ap;x>inted Recorder was 1st Lt.
Walter R. Conroy, 45th Cavalry,
Fort Clayton.
Alternate members of the board
which meets for the purpose of
interviewing each applicant lor
Army Officer Candidate training
are: Maj. Radford D. Hyde, sta-
tioned at Fort Amador; Capt
WayneM, Douglas.33rd Infautiv
Regiment, Fort Kobbe; Capi.
Thomas A. Enloe. of Fort Ama-
dor; Capt. Betty K. Kunert and
Capt. William S. McArlor, both
of Fort Amador and 1st Lt. Lau-
ra H. Mack of Fort Clayton.
non-theatrical categories, five
won first prizes arrd one was hon-
orably mentioned. Twenty ,na-
tions submitted 250 documentary
films to the Exhibition's Judges.
Army and Navy representa-
tives received Certificates o
Merit for motion pictures exhlD-
lted at the Fourth International
Edinburgh Film Festival. Edin-
burgh, Scotland, August 20, Sep-
tember 10, 1950.
The Army film being honored
1? "Time Out." a dramatization
of occupational therapy methods
used to rehabilitate tuberculosis
patients. It was produced by the
Signal Corns Photographic Cen-
ter for the training of occupa-
tional therapists of the Armv
Medical Service.
"Hazards in Ground Operation
of Jet Aircraft," is the Navy mm
being honored. It is an animated
color cartoon designed to indoc-
trinate aviation personnel In the
safety problems of Jet aircraft
operation. It was produced by
United Productions of America
under direct supervision and con-
trol of the U.S. Navy Photogra-
phic Center.
The Edinburgh Film Festival
was organized in 1947 to show re-
alistic, documentary and experi-
mental lilms on a non-compete-
tive basis. No prizes or trophis
are offered; display is an acco-
lade and a certificate is Issued
to films selected for festival ex-
hibition. Films are chosen for.
their merit, either creative inter-
pretation, reality, or factual ex-
Approximately 400 motion pic-
tures were submitted by 28 na-
tions and the United Nations. Of
the 194 selected for dlsplav 12
were U.S. Government entries.
J. Walter Evans, head of 'he
Contract Film Division U S Na-
val Photographic Center, was the
United States Delegate to the
Edinburgh Festival.
Trained Nurses
Forming Zone-Wide
Profession Group
Trained nurses from all over
the Canal Zone recently took ini-
tial steps toward forming a loca'
nursing organization. The organ-
ization meeting was held In the
lounge of Balboa Clubhouse.
Presiding at the meeting were
officers of the Isthmian Medical
Society of the Canal Zone: Dr.
Forrest Brown, President; Dr.
Joel Shrager. Vice-President; Dr.
Carl M. Johnson, Secre t a r y
Elected acting chairman bv a
majority vote was Captain elen
F. Dletsche. ANC who was autho-
rized to appoint committees to
plan for the next meeting of the
group. Mrs. Edna Marsh. Colon
Hospital nurse, was elected acting
The next meeting will be held
Thursday. April 12, at 7:30. at a
location to be announced later.
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3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Polka Holiday
4:30 What's Your Favorite
8:15Evening Salon
7:45Jam Session
GEST 8:30To Stafford
8:45Voices of America (VOA)
9:30 American Band Concert
10:00The World of Movement
10:30Date for Dancing
10:45American Favorites
11:00 The Owl's Nest
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7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
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8:45Music Makers
9:30As I See It
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Unitarians Will
Meet At Balboa
JWB Tnis Evening
Tlie Women*' Alliance ^nd the
Laymens' League of the Unitar-
ian Society of Balboa, will hold a
meeting in the J.W.B. Armed
Forces 8ervlce Center on La Bo-
ca Road tonight at 7:30.
The group will hear a talk on
"Tropical Shells" by Stewart Ja-
Plans for building a 'Toyland"
playground for an o-shange in
Panama will aim be discussed.
A cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all.
Gen. Porter Returns
From Uruguay Trip
Major General Ray E. Porter.
Commanding General of the.
United States Army Caribbean, i
returned to the Isthmus Friday
following a 10-day trip to South
Oeneral Porter was one of 1he
13 delegates named by the State
Department who attended the in-
auguration of Andres Martinet
Trueba as President of Uruguay
which occurred March 1 at Mon-
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Air Force Orders
19 National Guard
Units to Active Duly
(UP) The Air Force has an-
nounced that 10 non-flying Air
National Guard units of about
10,000 officers and men will be
called to active duty within the
next nine months to augment the
22 flight groups already sum-
Simultaneously, the House
Armed Services Committee unan-
imously voted to lower the draft
age from 19 tol 18-1 and extend
the term of service from 21 to 26
months. It also rejected a pro-
posal to divorce the draft from
the Universal Military Training
The committee then formally
approved a provision which would
require at least'four months' ba-
sic training for all draftees and
keep them out of combat for at
least six months. It also voted to
require the Defense Department
to lower Its physical and mental
standards to the lowest levels of
Wor.'d War II.
The action came as Chairman
Carl Vinson. D., Ga., drove toward
final committee approval of the
bill. He wants to push lt through
the House and send lt to a Sen-
ate-House Conference Committee
before March 22, start of the Eas-
ter recess.
The Senate has passed a bill to
draft youths at 18 for 24 month's
service. It also revised the UMT
section of the measure to give
Congress a tight checkreln on op-
eration of the training program.
Both measures would clamp a
4 000 000-man ceiling on the
Armed Forces.
The 19 Air National Guard
units Include 11 aircraft control
and warning groups, five signal
and light construction compan-
ies and three communications
squadrons. The first will report
within two months and the other
18 over the following seven
Maersk Ship Seeks
3 Tug Crewmen
Lost In Collision
HONOLULU, Mar. 13 (UP)
The Danish freighter Laura
Maersk is seeking three crew-
men lost In a collision between
the freighter and an unidenti-
fied tugboat off Negros Island In
the Philippines.
A message from the ship ask-
ing for immediate help was re-
ceived at San Francisco.
The Laura Maersk later sig-
nalled that she took aboard nine
crewmen from the tugboat but
that three others were missing.
She said she was drifting with
the current in the hope of find-
ing them. \
The Laura Maersk last tran-
sited the Panam Canal at
Christmas time.
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A. B. Chandler Loses Last Chance For Reelection
Benefit Baseball Game Scheduled For Mar. 18
Albrook Flyers, Army Stars
To Plax At Balboa Stadium
Sunday at Balboa Stadium, the Army All-Stars will
meet the Albrook Flyers, USARCARIB league leaders, in a
RED CROSS BENEFIT GAME. The game is scheduled to
commence at 2 p.m. All the proceeds from this game will
0o to swell the 1951 Red Cross Fund.
' The Army All-Stars U a com- Chief Petty Officer Red Bouch-
posite team of selected players er will manage the Flyers and
From Army installations. The Al-
brook Fivers have only lost one
game during the present season
f play, and this was to a similar
gareiate of players from the
Army. This game was played dur-
ing the March .of Dimes cam-
iaign resulted in a 9 to 7 defeat
or Albrook. The Flyers will be
out to even theseries._________
Be Fleet Triumphs
In $50,000 Closing
Day Sla. Anifa 'Cap
ARCADIA. Calif.. Mar. 13 (UP
Jockey Johnny Loneden fol-
lowed the same pattern Saturday
in winning his second straight
staHre victory at Santa Anita.
The previous Saturday. Long-
cien got Moonrush in front at the
start, and kept him there to win
the $100,000 Santa "Anita Handi-
cap'. Saturday. Longden did the
same with Be Fleet and won the
868:900 San Juan Capistrano
aodicap. The race featured the
closing-day program at the Cal-
ifornia track. ,
k.e< Fleet was rated perfectly In
the--marathon race to beat Re-
pUiz by a length and one-half.
Mecopo ran third in the field of
The win is the first stake vic-
tory for Be Fleet, a son of the
great Count Fleet. Be Fleet ran
the mile and three-quarters In
26 That's three and one-fifth
saaonds off the American record Noor in the same race last
Captain Alphonse Tlese. Army
Recreation Officer, will manage
the All-8tars,
As of release time, the Flyers
have played 35 games during the
1950-1951 baseball season. They
have won 34. During the earlv
part of the season, the Albrook
team ran up a string of 20 con-
secutive victories, before losing to
the All-Stars. At the present time
they are leading the USARCARIB
League with a string of eleven
wins and no losses.
Sports Around School Track And Field
The Gold Coast
The victory is worth $37.800 to
Andrew Crevolln, an Alhambra.
California, auto dealer who owns
Be Weet. The winner was a slight
betting favorite at 3-to-l. Be
Fleet paid J7.90, $4.50 and $3.
First Base: Bergeson. Amador;
Avala, Clayton.
Second Base: Alfaro, Kobbe:
Felix. Gulick.
Third Base: Dlstafano. Kobbe;
Goodman. Amador.
Shortstop: Madeline, Corozal;
Penland. Amador.
Left Field: Bettl. Clayton: Bel-
mon,t. Gulick.
Center Field: Young. Amador;
Rose, Corozal.
Right Field: Rodriguez,Kobbe;
Lisbon. Corozal.
Catchers: Beaudoln. Corozal;
Lindlev. clavton: Luna. Amador.
Pitchers: Cruz. Kobbe; Carpen-
ter. Kobbe: Torhan. Corozal: Gib-
son. Corozal: Montalvo. Clayton;
Hansen. Clayton; and Rochinskl.
First Base: Chatham.
Second Base: Stanley.
Third Base: Blnch.
Shortstop: Houseknecht.
Left Field: Howard.
Center Field: Scalfani.
Right Field: Leaser.
Catchers: Corbin. Kempasky.
Pitchers: Williams. Pambian-
co. Cotton. Rome.
The 776th Air Force Band un-
der the direction of Chief War-
rant Officer Greer will play dur-
ing the game.
The former Colon Provincial
Amateur Baseball Leagues Board
of Directors performed a sports-
manlike gesture last week when
they made presentations of two
beautiful trophies to the Kool
Spot and Cleveland Loney teams,
champion and runner-up outfits
of the 1948-49 loop.
The absence Trom this country
of "Fiscal" Manuel Carrera and
other pressing conditions caused
the delay of the presentation be-
fore this date.

The Mauricio team of the 1950-
61 Amateur Baseball League in
Colon was this week declared
winner of the circuit. Mauricio
played good ball all season under
the direction ot Felix Fruto and
Carlos Magdaleno, and boasts
the outstanding hurler of the
Pitcher Eric George, considered
by many the leading amateur
moundsman in the country, was
the mainstay of the Mauricio
squad, and was greatly responsi-
ble for his team's success. He will
lead the staff of hurlers that will
represent the province in the
forthcoming Inter-Provincial Se-
ries to be conducted in Veraguas j
next month.

Eduardo McKeown. is one of!
the most talked about men in
the cltv these days following his
triumph in the recently conduct- i
ed billiard tournament in Pana-
m City. ,'
McKeown has been for several
years the country's top man in
this branch of sports. He was the
underdog in the recent tourna-
ment, the odds favoring Jose
Compra-Venta" Garcia, whom
he met in the finals, but cool-
ness and the ability to pace him-
self earned him the verdict.

"What has happened to the Co-
lon Arena?" is the question be-
ing asked by Gold Coast sports
Season Ends Friday Night
Friday night will see the climax up of 13 men. Six of these 13
of the local school boy track and
field season as the three schools
will gather at the Balboa Stad-
ium oval for the final meet of the
season. Field events are scheduled
to start at 7 p.m. and the first of
the running events at 7:30 p.m.
From all indications it looks
like a two-team battle for the ti-
tle. Balboa High has swept
through Its two dual meets with
Junior College and Cristobal and
will enter this title deciding af-
fair favored to retain the title
they have won In the previous
two yean.
College, on the other hand, has
a small but very potent team, one
that Is capable of taking the ma-
jority of firsts In the fourteen-
event proeram. Cristobal will
come in with a good outfit, but it
lacks the point Betters necessary
to win.
The two high schools each have
20 bovs entered In the affair,
while the J. C. team will be made
Green Wavers, however, will be
among the outstanding competi-
tors in the meet. Wally Trout Is
favored to win both the high and
low hurdles, and also the broad
Frank Sogandares U favored to
cop the half mile, and make a
Sreat run for the wire in the 440.
harlle McArthur and Bob
Young between them look like
, the surest things in the meet. It
Us hard to see now anyone else
is going to take the first two spots
in both the 100 and 220 away
from them.
On the other hand Balboa will
have no such outstanding boys,
but everyone of its 20 entries are
potential point winners, and they
will all have to do just that If they
are to edge past this loaded J. C.
team. Cristobal's main point
making will be done in the field
events, with Arnold Manning in
the vault, and Dick Sullivan. BUI
Blackburn, and Bob Bailey In the
fans. No basketball games, no
bull fights, no wrestling and most
of all the boxing matches which
were so well supported by the
city's ardent fans.
It would be a swell idea if the
managers of the Colon Arena
would recruit a group of men who
know their sports, and get them
to suggest their views on the
manner in which things would
go over to the benefit of athletes
and fans. What's the "Qu Pasa?"
It's time to get on the ball.
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Henriquez Cup
Doubles Finals
Set For Sunday
Bill Mlsner and Hugh Randall
are scheduled to meet Julio Pin-
ilia and Frank Hladky In the fin-
als of the Henriquez Cup doubles
tennis tournament at the New
Cristobal tennis court next Sun-
day at 8:30 a.m.
MUner-Randall downed the
Hedges-Barnes team In three sets
to earn the right to meet Plnllla-
Hladky In the finals. The latter
duo beat Laiche-Perry 7-5. 8-8 in
the other semifinal match
The singles tourney continued
with Henrique beating Stevens
8-0. 5-7, 8-4.
This afternoon G. Young is
slated to meet E. Henriquez.
Young eliminated Arthur 8-4,
8-3. The winner of the Young-
Henrlquez match meets Pinllla.
The scheduled match between
Myron Fischer and Cpl. Perry was
no't held and will be played some
time this week. The winner will
face Cyril Oldfleld 8unday.
At Diablo Stadium the Cafe
Duran Blue Devils from Ancon,
in the "D" League of the Physi-
cal Education Circuit, whipped a
strong Curundu team to the tune
of 4 to 1. Ronnie "Mighty Mite"
Mead pitched superb ball behind
very good team support.
Mead allowed Curundu only
three hits and had for himself a
shutout ball game until the last
of the fifth inning when Bobby
Lopez in right field muffed Short-
stop Best's easy flv ball and let it
go through him. Lopez In his-ex-
citement threw the ball into left
field and a series of errors allow-
ed Best to tally the only run for
Ancon collected four runs on
seven hits. The hitting stars for
the Devils were Lopez and Henri-
quez. each with a triple, and sin-
gles by Captain Anagstadt. Paul
Duran. Joe Wood, Nahmond and
Ronnie Mead.
Talbert did a good job on the
mound for Curundu with Re
Hayden behind the plate. Best. R.
Hayden and Talbert single dfor
Curundu. Officials: Corrigan and
The Duran Blue Devils are the
winners In the Ancon-Balboa
Area and will plav a strong Gam-
boa team for the Pacific side
side championship this week. The
winners of this game will play
the winners of the Atlantic side
on March 17 for the Canal Zone
championship. The "champs" will
receive a "nitch" in the, Traveline
Health Department Tfophy and
beautiful gold medals from the
American Legion.
The box score:
Ancon Wins Pacific
Side 'B' Loop Title
The Ancon Blue Devils, spon-
sored by Cafe Duran in the Phy-
sical Education and Recreation
Section of the Division of Schools
really hit pay dirt In the Physical
Education Junior Baseball cir-
cuits In two separate contests at
the Balboa Stadium and the Di-
ablo Diamond yesterday after-
noon by defeating Gamboa "B"
League Tigers by a score of 14 to
3 and tagging a roaring Curupdu
"D" team by a score of 4 to 1.
Lambert Montlvannl takes cre-
dit for a well deserved victory
over the Gamboa "B" team, as
the "Boy Wonder" did his fling-
ing with a split little finger.
Montivanni allowed Gamboa on-
ly three runs on one hit while the
Blue Devils added up 14 runs on
nine hits. The hitting star for
Ancon Was moundsman Monti-
vanni who had three for four,
followed by J. Steele who collect-
ed two for four. Also hitting were
Chas. MacDonald, Louis Charles,
Gonzalez and P. Perez.
David Henderson, who was on
the hill for Gamboa, did a very
good job behind spotty team sup-
port. Fernando Ma/tlnez was the
only player to tag Monty for a
base hit. Jeff Gooden did the re-
ceiving for Gamboa.
Officials for the championship
game were: O. Neville, plate um-
pire, and Herb Hohmer and Joe
Capello on the bases.
The box score:
........"B" LEAGUE"........
Ancon AB
C. MacDonald. lb. .. 4
S. Steele. 3b...... S
L. Charles, cf
L. Montlvannl, r.
J. Steele, c .. ..
C. Arias, as ...,
R. Gonzalez, If .
B. Tarn, rf.....
P. Perez, 2b .. .
H Pescod, 2b. .
Sion Harari. rf.,
D. Morton, cf. .
Club Owners Again Vote
9-To-7 Against 'Happy'
Unifd Prts$ Sports Writer
MIAMI BEACH, Flo., March 13 Albert B. Chandler
loot his last-chanc* reflection os Baseball Commissioner
in a dramatic three-hour meeting yesterday and is expect-
ed to resign as soon as a new Commissioner is found.
0 0
0 0
Totals..........30 14 9 2
Gamboa AB R H E
D. Shobe, 2b...... 3 1 0 1
B. Connor, rf..... 2 0 0 0
F. Martinez, 3b .... 3 1 1 1
D. Henderson, p.. ..2100
J. Gooden, c...... 2 0 0 0
J. Morris, lb...... 3 0 0 0
R. Gramllch, ss.. .. 2 0 0 2
G. Shiver, cf...... 2 0 0 0
L. Ounn, If...... 0 0 0 0
Totals..........1 3 1 4
Along The Fairways
Ancon AB R H
D. Anagstadt, ss ... 3 0 1
B. Lopez, rf...... 7 1 1
F. Harlev. rf...... 0 0 0
P. Duran, c...... 3 2 1
R. Henriquez, lb .. 3 0 1
J. Wood, cf...... 3 0 1
E. Davis. If...... 3 0 0
P. Deleado. If..... 0 0 0
M. Nahmond, 3b.. ..301
D. Duran, 2b...... 0 1 0
R. Mead, p...... 3 0 1
The women golfers of the Fort
Amador club will be the hostess-
es of the March P.W.G.A. tour-
nament which is to be held this
Saturday, March 17. VI Ossen-
forl, tournament chairman, has
announced that the starting time
will be 8 a.m. This is the first
time in many months that one of
the monthly P.W.G.A. tourna-
ment has been played at Ama-
dor, and all the members are
looking forward to the day's play.
All club representatives are
asked to call Mrs. VI Ossenfort by
Friday morning and sumbit their
entries. Phone: 2-1545 (and the
Fort Amador club number is Am-
ador 523li. The regular luncheon
will be served In the Army-Navy
Club immediately followed by the
awarding of prizes. Mrs. Sylva
Carpenter will preside at the bus-
iness meeting.
A board of governors meeting
ARMS- Lightweight cham-
pionship contender Federico
Plummer la shown chopping a
thick tree trunk to strengthen
his arms as he prepares for his
ten-round bout with Cuban Mi-
guel Acevedo at the Panam
Olympic Stadium Sunday
night, March 18.

Miguel Acevedo
Impressive In
First Workout
Miguel Acevedo, topnotch Cu-
ban featherweight, who will make
bis debut Sunday against Pana-
ma's Federico Plummer drilled
yesterday before a large crowd
at the National Gym in Panam
He displayed plenty of speed,
Cerfect timing, an excellent over-
and right, plus a sizzling left
hook, which he pounds relent-
lessly to the body.
Against his first sparring mate,
welterweight Al Reid. the fast-
stepping Cuban took it easy as he
limbered up. However, against
the second, Young Yellow, al-
though pulling his punches a bit,
the experta saw enough to rate
him as a sure shot to win Sunday
The fight mob left the Gym
pleased with what Acevedo dem-
onstrated against his sparring
foes. According to his handlers he
will drill during the rest of the
week at the Arena de Colon.
Thf lanky Plummer, who un-
doubtedly will have to be in tip
top condition to win over Miguel,
has his training quarters situated
at the recently remodeled Mara-
don Gym.
Following his training seaeion
yesterday, Plummer'i trainer,
Evelyn Shockness, disclosed that
his boy will take Acevedo for a
ride after*the sixth frame. "We'll
stay away from him during the
early part of the fracas then cut
loose in the final frames," Shock-
ness told this writer.
Plummer'* sparring partner is
the hard-hitting Lionel Peralta,
who will be out to chalk up his
fifth straight win Sunday when
he battles Temi Olaclregui in the
ight-round semifinal go.
Lloyd LaBeach Fails
To Place In 130-Yd.
Bendigo Handicap
MELBOURNE, Australia, Mar.
IS tUPiPanamanian Sprinter
Lloyd LaBeach yesterday failed to
Sain a place in the finals of the
lendigo 130 yards race which was
won by the favorite, L. R. Beck-
The rotund former senator of
Kentucky, who has been base-
ball's top ruler since 1945. lost
his re-election fight by seven
votes to nine. Seven Major
League club owners voted against
him. Nine voted for him. but It
takes 12 votes a three-fourths
majority to elect a Commis-
Crestfallen Chandler then
meekly told the club owners
that he would do anything they
wanted him to do, that he would
"make it as easy as possible for
them to elect a new Commis-
sioner." One club owner said,
"This means that he has not re-
signed, but that he will if we
want him to. He may serve out
the rest of tus contract until
Mav 1.1952. or we may ask him
to quit before that."
Another club owner said
Chandler probably would con-
tinue in office until a new Com-
missioner is found, and then
quit. If none ia found by the
time his contract expires, a four-
man executive council will rule
baseball temporarily.
Chandler was licked yester-
day by the same vote and
probably the same men as
in St. Petersburg, Fla., last De-
cember when he was first stun-
ned with the news that his
contract would not be renewed
when it expires. At. St. Peters-
burg he waa bitter and bat-
tling; he vowed he'd serve out
the contract "until the last
second" no matter what the
club owners said.
But vesterday he was meek
and resigned. He knew, after the
club owners held all-night cau-
cuses, that he was licked at the
start of yesterday's meeting in
the tropical setting of the Shore-
meade Hotel. He said before the
session. "The condemned man
ate a hearty breakfast and Is
now walking to the guillotine."
He called the meeting to or-
der in the huge banquet room
and immediately left. He waited
for three hours to hear the fate
he already knew.
He made no speeches, as he
did in St. Petersburgh. begging
for re-election. He said simply.
at the end of the meeting yes-
terday, "Natufllv I regret their
action. But I've promised my full
cooperation to the club owners
In whatever they want to do. I
want to make it as easy as pos-
sible for them to elect a Com-
"I may go into politics now. I
don't know what I'll do. But I
won't try a- for re-election
as Baseball i .nlssioner.
"If they " me back now,
they'll have to plead for me."
There was no anouncement
as to how the club owners
voted in their secret written
ballot. But those clubs which
voted against him at St. Pe-
tersburg were the Boston
Braves, St. Louis Cardinals.
Philadelphia Phillies. New
York Yankees, Chicago White
Sox. St. Louis Browns and ei-
ther the Brooklyn Dodgers or
the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pre-
sumably those were the same
votes which licked Chandler
Warren Giles, the general
manager of the Cincinnati Reds
who represented his team, said,
"The Commissioner took it like
the good sport he is. When in-
formed of the vote. Chandler
said. 'I wish It were the other
way. but I am willing to abide
by your decision.'"
Giles said he took Chandler's
expression to mean. "He will do
anything we want. If we coma
up with a new candidate before
his contract expires. I am sura
he will step down, otherwise no
is still Commissioner until Mav
1. 1952.
"He has not resigned yet. We
have not asked him to resign,
although we may later."
Should baseball be forced to
operate without a Commis-
sioner at any time, It would be
run by the executive council
composed of American League
President Will Harridge, Na-
tional League President Ford
Frlck, Tom Yawker of the Bos-
ton Red Sox and Giles.
Meanwhile, the four man
screening committee has been
told to continue its search for a
new Commissioner a search
which began when Chandler
first failed to get re-elected In
December. The committee Lou
Perlnl of the Braves, Del Webo
of the Yankees. Phil Wrlgley ot
the Chicago Cubs and Ellis Ryan
of the Cleveland Indians al-
ready has a list of 36 candidates
and Perinl said more may be
No new Commissioner will be
considered before the Major
Leagues next meet In July, how*
ever. Perini"said the search now
would be easier since "many of
Chandler's friends refused to say
whether they would take the Job
until it was really openuntil
he was really out."
with, who was off eight and
three-quarters yards.
LaBeach. who was scratch
man. finished fourth. LaBeach
won the first semifinal heat by
12.8 yards.
Unbeaten Albrook
Scores Tenth Win
The Albrook Flyers, dominating
the U. 8. Army Caribbean base-
pall picture with an unbeaten
string of wins, hit ten straight
the past week end as they plast-
ered Amador 19-7 on Sunday.
Other Sunday games resulted
as follows: Corozal 8. Clayton 3;
Kobbe 10. West Bank 9.
On Saturday Corogal beat Am-
ador 8 to 3. the Flyers walloped
the Atlantic Sector team 18 to 2,
and West Bank took Clayton to
the cleaners to the tune of 8-0,
with Pitcher Opaclc hurling a
The standings as of Monday:
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Albrook........10 0 1.000
Kobbe.......... 7 3 .700
Corozal........ 7 S .700
Amador........ 3 7 .300
West Bank...... 3 7 .300
Clayton........ 3 8 .273
Atl. Sector...... 2 7 .222
It was announced Monday that
a charge has been made In the
schedule for the coming week.
Games scheduled for Sunday.
March 18, are to be played on
Wednesday, the 14th. They are
as follows: Corozal at Kobbe,
Clayton at Albrook .and Atlantic
Sector vs. West Bank at Fort Gu-
Games arranged for Saturday,
March 17, will be played as
0 will be held at the home of Mrs.
11 Carpenter. Thursday. March 15,
01 at 4 p.m.. to discuss the associa-
0 tion's handicap championship to
" be held in April.
Totals..........24 4 7 2
Curundu AB
Best, ss.......... 3
Reg Havden, e ..., 2
Kaska. 2b........ 3
Talbert. p........ 1
R. Hayden. 3b .. .. 2
Tschudy. lb...... 2
Zigfrld, If........ 2
Win ford, rf...... 1
Frangloni. rf...... 1
Zorn............ 1

Totala..........II X 2
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l^acipc S^ociety
It\n. J(.tnnilk ltw'm*d
Bo. 9b, Mo JJo.flu-D.t. 2 133b
Mr. and Mm. Enwt A. Erb* wUI bo at home te th*lr
friend* who wish to **y goodby* to tta*m tomorrow owning:
after 7:M at th* horn* of Mr. ui Mm. Word H. Cowon.
Ml Morgan Avenue. Ralbo.
Mr. and Mr. Erb* will be.teylng with Mr. and Mn
Cowon until tholr departure Thursday for Colon and thtlr
lallini Friday on tho 88 Cristbal for New Tork.
Ecuadorian Ambassador
Receives Decoration
Yesterday at noon In the Min-
istry o Foreign Affairs, the Am-
bassador of Ecuador to Panama.
Cesar Coloma 811va. was given
the Order o Vasco Nunez de
Balboa of Panama. The presen-
tation tu made by Dr. Carlos N.
Brln. Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs, in the presence of the Dean
of the Diplomatic Corps in Pana-
ma anr". Ambassador of Peru. Dr.
Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos, officials
of the Foreign Ministry and the
Ecuadorian Embassy staff.
Mrs. Coloma Bllva and their
children have Joined the Ambas-
sador In Panama, after a brief
visit to Ecuador and they expect
to leave soon for Rome where tne
Ambassador will represent his
country at tho Vatican.
Mrs. Lindhardt to Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson
Mrs. Katherlne Lindhardt of
Denver, Colorado, will arrive by
airplane next week to spend Eas -
ter Week with her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lam F. Robinson at Diablo
Heights. Mrs. Lindhardt will be
accompanied by Miss Katherine
Powell, also of Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Rief Entertain
for Mr. and Mrs. Mulder
Entertaining for their house
guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Mul-
der of Oak Park, Illinois. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Rlef held an at home
Sunday evening at their resi-
dence in Balboa. Mrs. Mulder
and Mrs. Rlef are sisters.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Truman Hoenke gave a
"ranch" party Saturday after-
noon at her Pedro Miguel home
for her daughter, Diana and her
son. Roger, and about 30 of heir
young friends. Refreshments
were served In the garden and the
children spent the afternoon
rldl/ig horses. The party celebra-
ted Diana's eighth birthday an-
niversary and Roger's fourth.
Mrs. Frank P. 8curlock of Be -
11a Vista left Sunday by airplane
for Birmingham. Alabama, where
she will visit her sister. Before
returning to Panama she will al-
so visit in Tyler, Texas.
Mrs. Dwelle Guest
at Cocoll
MT3. Roy" C. Dwelle and her two
sons arrived from Miami last
evening lor a week's visit with
her husband's father and bro-
ther, Messrs Roy L. Dwelle and
Robert L. Dwelle, of Cocoll. Mrs.
Dwelle is on her way from a visit
In Georgia to join her husband
In Caracas, Venezuela. Both she
and Mr. Dwell* are formar resi-
dents of the Isthmus.
Tower Club to Meet
The Tower Club will m**t for
dinner In Bishop Morris Hall ot
St. Luke's Cathedral Monday
evening at 6:30. Dr. Lawrence
Johnson. Superintendent of Ca-
nal Zone school* and Mrs. John-
son, will be guests. Dr. Johnson
will be the peaker for the even-
ing. _____
I.A.W.C. Penle
at "La Joya"
The Inter-American Women'*
Club will hold a picnic luncheon
March 28 (Wedne*day) for mem-
bers of the club only. The picnic
will be at "La Joya." the country
home of the club's presldeir,
Mrs. Adolfo Arias, near Pacora.
Members planning to attend are
asked to bring their own lunches
and to be at the club headquar-
ters on Shaler Road at 10 a.m.
the day of the picnic.
Notice to Member*
of the College Club
All member* of the Canal Zone
College Club, their husbands and
guests are invited by the World
Problems 8tudy Group of the
club to It* program at 8 p.m. to-
day at the Jewish Welfare Board
Armed Forces Service Center on
La Boca Road, Balboa.
The program, "International
Cooperation by Way of Educa-
tion," will be presented by men
who are representatives of the
Institute of Inter-American A-
talr.s, working on the Cooperative
Education Program in Panama.
They are: Dr. Ernest C. Jepp-
en, Dr. John E. Grlnnell, and
Mr. A. S. Boynton. Dr. Max
Aro*omena, former Minister of
Education of Panama and now a
consultant In the Cooperative
Program in Panama, will also be
a speaker.
Officers Wives to Moot
Tomorrow at Fort Amador
The Fort Amador officers
Wives Club will hold its month-
ly coffee and bulness meeting
tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at the Ar-
my and Navy Club. Mrs. Bid well
and Mrs. Barr will be the hos-
Woman's Club Meet
Tomorrow Morning
The Balboa Woman's Club will
meet at 0:30 a.m. tomorrow at
the J.W.B. A coffee hour will pre-
cede the business meeting and a
no-host luncheon will be held al-
ter the meeting. Reservations for
the luncheon will be taken at the
Cardenas River Club
Meets Tonight
Members of the Cardenas Riv-
The Zebra Lounge
Tho Smartest Rendezvous in Town
Down the Street from the Hotel Tivoli
Have you seen...
It's really something beautiful !
See it today I
er Garden Club will meet for up-
per tonight at 8:30 at the home
of Mr. and Mr*. Charles P. Mor-
gan at Miraflore*.
Auxiliary Mooting
Thursday at Cocoll
Mrs. O. Barnes will bo hostess
at hor homo In Cocoll Thursday
morning to the Ladles Auxiliary
of the Cocoll Union Church. Cof-
ft will be served at 8:30 and will
be followed by a business meet-
Federation Board Mooting
The board of the Panama Fed-
eration of Women's Societies for
Christian Service mot with Mrs.
A. O. Ellis, president. Saturday at
th* Y.M.C-A. Those present were
Mr*. H. I. Tinnln of Margarita,
Mrs. O. H. Davis of Cocoll, Mir..
F. 8. Pierce of Oamboa, Mrs. N.
N. Shaw of Pedro Miguel, Mr*. M.
A. Cooluon of Cristobal ar.d
from Balboa Mr*. M. D. Piper and
Mr*. R. H. Hick*.
At the meeting plan* were com-
Sletetl for the *eml-annual moet-
ig of the Federation which will
be April 18 (Thursday) at th*
Balboa Union Church. The meei -
ing will start at 8:45 a.m. Toert
will be a mid-mornhng intermis-
sion and th* session will close
with a luncheon In the Church
parlors. Delegates from each of
th* philanthropies which are
helped by the Federation will be
present to report on the help they
have received.
Legion Auxiliary
Meets Tonight
The regular monthly mee'lnj;
of Panama Canal Unit No. i,
American Legion Auxiliary wlJl
be held tonight at 7:30 at the
Legion Hall in Balboa Road. Mrs
Daniels, Americanism chairman,
will present Mrs. Campbell and
Mrs. Lowe in a dialogue.
Important business will be
transacted and after the business
meeting, refreshments will be
erved. A full attendance is ex-
Your Hearts'
'(*. Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episco-
pal Church of Our Saviour, New
"And they were bringing
children to him, that be might
touch them; and the disciple*
rebuked thorn. But when Jesus
saw it was much displeased,
and said to them: Let the chil-
dren come to me, do not hinder
them; for to such belongs the
kingdom of God."___St. Mark
18:13-16, R.V.S.
It was on the Way to the Cross
that our Lord Jesus took the chil-
dren in His arms and said, "to
such belongs the kingdom of
God," and "whosoever does not
receive the kingdom of God llkr>
a child shall not enter it."
How ihls rebukes our adult
Ideas about the Kingdom of God!
We think that we have so much
to do to get into the Kingdom, or.
rather, so much to do to bring
the Kingdom of God down to tus.
We are mistaken there, Jesus
tells us. Entrance Into the King-
dom of God is simpler than we
think. "Receive it as little chil-
dren"! Ah! but is that slmpia?
No; but only because we have
made it so hard for ourselves to
receive it so. We have befogged
our minds in the atmosphere of
this world. We have become In-
volved in our Intellectual concelu.
but we have not come close
enough to the Cross and Passion
of Our Lord to become involved
and identified with Him there.
We dare not come too close be-
cause it might Involve suffering
and sacrifice on our part. We
have become boastful of our pow-
ers and proud of our aelf-reli-
ance. We have come to think that
we can find a way into the King-
dom by ourselves, on our own.
Jesus does not say that to re-
turn to the simplicity of child-
hood Is simple. He asks us to come
down from the pedestal of our
conceits to travel the way of na-
tural love and faith that we all
have the capacity to follow: un-
encumbered by adult sophistica-
tion mid analytical arrogance.
Central Are. and #1 E. 21st St. Tel*. 3-1MS Jill
Monthly payment... $22.50
in entertainment, song
and dance enjoyment!
Friday Nifht
Union Club
/8-Yeor- Did Coed Give Birth
To Twins in Dormitory Room
------ 0
SEATTLE, March 13 (UP). |
An 18 year old University of i
Washington coed gave birth to
twin daughters in the secrecy of!
her dormitory room early Satur-!
day after successfully concealing
her marriage and pregnancy'
from her family, friends and
school officials said today.
University official* withheld
the news of the bitrh until to-
Mr*. Bette Figlenikl Byrd, a
freshman in the College of
Arts and Science*, and her two
babies, each weighing three
pounds, 12 ounces, were report-
ed in good condition at Doctor*
The father. Cpl. Don Byrd,
arrived here late last night from
Camp Stoneman. Calif. The mo-
ther told her etudent adviser
that she married Byrd about a
year ago.
The girl, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frankland Figlenskl of
Omak. Wash., had lived in the
University's McKee Hall since
the beginning of fall quarter.
She attended classes through
Thursday and said he planned
to take final examinations this
week, then go to California dur-
ing spring vacation.
University officials aid it was
rumored a month ago that he
might be pregnant, but the girl
failed to confirm it when ques-
tioned by her adviser.
Bette'* mother visited her 10
days ago and she also apparent-
2 New Hems Added
To Pancanal Museum
Two new addition* to the Ca-
nal Zone museum will soon be
placed on display. Mrs. Eleanor
Burnham, Librarian, announced
yesterday. They are an ancient
Indian grist mill ("matate") and
a large collection of sea shells
and fossils.
The "matate" was given by Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Erbe who are
leaving Friday for the Unled
States to make their home fol-
lowing Erbe's retirement fr/m
the Canal service as
Assistant to the Governor.
The collection of sea shells, fos-
sils and raw mineral ores from
this area has been presented to
the museum by John R. Gough, a
civilian employe of the Army Au-
dit Agency, at Corozal. He and
Mrs. Gough became interested In
the collection of sea shells soon
after they came on the Isthmus
in June 1944. The collection is
now being assembled and will be
displayed later this week.
The "matate" presented by
Mr. and Mrs. Erbe is an excellent
relic of the Indian culture of the
Isthmus before the discovery of
America. It is a rough-hewn
stone grist mill used by the In-
dians in grinding corn. The spe-
cimen presented to the museum
is larger than those usually
found. The exact origin Is not
"In simple trust like theirs who
heard, beside the Syrian sea.....
Let us, like them, without a word,
rise up and follow Thee."
ly did not suspect her daugh-
ter's condition, school officials
Bette was reported mildly HI
Fridav afternoon and was or-
dered to report to the Univer-
sity Health Center Saturday
morning for a checkup. The
exact time of the birth of the
twin* is unknown. Mrs. Byrd
was in a state of semi-shock
when she was, found alone in
her room at 3 a.m. Saturday.
Resident advisor Caroline
Hobson went to the girl's room
at that time on the basis of In-
formation from another girl
that Mrs. Byrd had been ill
again late Friday night.
When Bette told Miss Hobson
through her locked door that
she was all right. Miss Hobson
entered the room with her pass-
She found the girl dazed, but
the babies had been carefully
wrapped In a towel and blankets
and placed on the raised plat-
form of the wardrobe.
University officials said an-
nouncement of the birth was
withheld at Mrs. Byrd's request
until her husband arrived.
She told her advisor that the
wants to take her final exami-
nations and continue In school.
The mother and her young hus-
band refused to see reporter* or
photographers at the hospital
4 Catholic Bishops
Swear Allegiance
To Czech Regime
PRAGUE. Mar. 13 (UP).Four
Roman Catholic bishops In Cze-
choslovakia have taken an oath
of allegiance to the Communist
regime here, the official news
agency said.
Deputy Prime Minister Zdenek
Flerllnger. head of the State
Church Office .acted for Prime
Minister Antonin Zapotocks In
administering the oath to the
fou.r the agency said.
The bishops were Morlc Picha
of Hladec Harlove. Bohemia: Jo-
sef Carsky of Kosice, Slovakia:
Stefan Trochta of Llotmerlce,
Bohemia and Ambroz Lazlk of
Trnava. Slovakia.
U. S. Rate Employes
At Health Bureau
To Get Pay In Checks
The Health Bureau'* U.S. rate
employes are to be paid by check,
rather, than in cash, effective
with salaries earned during the
pay period ending March 17. it
was announced yesterday. The
first check payments will be
made on March 27.
The action is In line with the
Canal-Railroad policy of chang-
ing over gradually from cash
payment to payment by check.
Aporoximately 50 per cent of
all salary payments to American
Canal-Railroad employe* are
now being made by check.
-Jtlantic S^ociet
Colonel and Mr*. Jallos Slack were honored with a din-
ner party given by Mr. and Mrs. William C. Adams at their
Brazos Heights home Saturday evening.
Te package of Jall-0 Tapioca
Pudding (Cbocolau, Vanilla or
Orange Coconut)...
Add 2 cup* of milk...
Cook bout 6 mina to! That'*
all there U to it I
What a delicious, tempting dee-
ert! Always rich, alway* full
ia vord!
Set in** wonderful, easyts-mok*
Jeli-O raspee* ruddinf* todo y I
Major and Mrs. Robert C. Stump entertained Colonel and
Mrs. Slack with dinner at their quarters at Fort Gullck Sun-
day evening.
Colonel Slack has been serving as the Commanding Of-
ficer of the Atlantic Sector. He is being called to the State*
and will leave the Isthmus this weekend.
Spring Festival Dance
The Spring Festival Dance
which was given in the Ballroom
of the Hotel Washington Satur-
day evening was a very success-
ful affair. Over a hundred Atlan-
tic side residents enjoyed danc-
ing to the music of Hugh How-
ard's twelve-piece orchestra from
Panam City.
Isaac Ostrowlak gave several
violin selections and Mr. Joe Dig-
nam sang a clever parody enti-
tled "South of Cristobal."
Church of Our Saviour will meet .n[i
tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. at the
church with Mrs. Dashwood Dar-
ling, president, presiding.
Mrs. Roger Greene, of Balboa,
will give the last of a series of
lectures on "Symbolism."
garita at 11:00 a.m. Saturday to
precede the opening of the Fair.
Price of admlMlon will be 90 cent*
for adults and 3ft cent* for chil-
dren. There will be event* of in-
terest for all ages.
Girl Scout Council Meeting
The Atlantic Sid* Girl Scout
Council wUI have it* monthly
meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at
the Girl Scout Office, in Mar-
garita. All Girl Scout leader* and
assistants, and Brownie leaders
and assistants are invited to at
Sororlty Meeting
Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi will meet this evening at the
home of Mrs. Violet Deakins,
House 8190, Margarita.
Miss Donado Engaged
To Mr. Mata
Mr. and Mrs. Julio Cesar Dona-
do of Colon, announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter. Miss Ana
Isabel Donado to Mr. Francisco
Mata Amador, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesus Mata of San Jose, Costa
The wedding will take place
Saturday, March 31 at 6 o'clock i
at the Cathedral in Colon.
Miss Donado is a graduate of
tri Normal School at Santiago
and of the University of Pana-
m. She is an Instructor In the
Abel Bravo School in Colon. Her
fiance Is a businessman in San
Dinner Honors Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Raymond of
Margarita entertained with a
dinner party at the Hotel Wash-
ington. Saturday evening, for
their daughter and son-in-law.
Sergeant and Mrs. Clarence E.
The other guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Noonan and Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Raymond.
Sergeant and Mrs. Bennett ar-
rived Thursday from Fort Knox,
Kentucky, for a visit with Mrs.
Bennett's parent*. Mrs. Bennett
Is the formef Miss Teresa Ray-
mond and Is well-known on the
Pacific side of the Isthmus where
they formerly resided.
Saddle Club Plans
County Fair
At a meeting of the members
of the Brazos Brook Saddle Club,
Men's Fellowship
The Men's Fellowship of the
Cristobal Union Church will hold
it* regular meeting tomorrow at
7:30 p.m. at the church. Mr. Mil-
ford Bailey will show colored
slides of the Interior of Panam,
after which refreshments will be
Atlantic Side Residents
Hold Picnic
Over a hundred members of tho
parish of the Cristobal Union
Church enjoyed the picnic, *pon-
Sunday. plans were made for the so ed bvThTmZV,h^?^'
County Fair which is being plan- S tt..S l Sb"
nod for Saturday and Sunday, "frdtahy nl^^^Ll","**
March 24 and 28. tne t""1 High School.
~eMi5' St?vRainf:i ls Shairman PrUes were awarded for port-
pf the Fair Committee, the plans lng events and soft ball game*
include a parade through Mar- were played in the afternoon. -'
Mrs. Ross Now Tree Woman's
To Wed Roosevlt Any Day =:j
KEY WEST, Fia., March 13
(UP; Calllornla heiress Mrs.
Mlnnewg Bell Ross divorced her
third husband here today to
marry Elliott Roosevelt, son of
th* late President, and settle
down in the remote Florida
While the attractive 39-year-
old Mrs. Ross attended an hour's
hearing in circuit court, Roose-
velt got a shave at the Casa
Marina, swank island hostelry.
The couple left, apparently in
separate cars, for Miami.
Roosevelt said he would an-
nounce their wedding plans
within four days at Miami'where
they were expected to apply for
a license. Florida law requires
a three-day waiting period prior
to marriage.
It will be the fourth marriage
for both.
Federation Board Meeting
Mrs. M. A. Cooluon of Cristobal
and Mrs. H. I. Tinnln of Margar-
ita, attended the Board meeting
of the Panam Federation of
Women's Societies for Christian
Service which was held at the
Balboa Y.M.C.A. Saturday. Mrs.
A. C. Ellis, president, presided.
Plans were made for the semi-
annual meeting of the Federa-
tion, to be held AprU 19 at the
Balboa Union Church. This will
be a half-day session starting at
8:45 a.m. with a mid-morning in-
termission, at which time light
refreshments will be served. A.
noon luncheon will conclude the|P*"y ettlement.
meeting. There will not be a cof-
fee hour preceding the meeting.
This meeting will be very in-
teresting, as delegates from the
eight philantrophles. which are
assisted by the Federation, will
give report* on their work.
The other ladle* present were:
Mrs. J. H. Davis of Cocoll. Mrs. F.
8. Pierce of Gamboa, Mrs. N. N.
Shaw of Pedro Miguel and Mrs.
M. L. Piper and Mrs. R. H. Hlx of
Details of Mrs. Ross' divorce
from Dr. Rex L. Ross. Jr., of
Santa Monica. Cal., were not
made public. The Judge ordered
the court records sealed out of
consideration for their seven-
year-old son, Rex L. Ro*s III.
The lim brunette won her
decree on grounds of extreme
mental and physical cruelty.
The Judge admitted the case
"Involved a little slapping."
There was an undisclosed pro-
Departures and Arrivals
Mrs. Charlotte Blalr who ar-
rived on the Isthmus following
the death of her brother, the late
Mr. George Bennett, left Satur-
day by plane for Carrplto. Vene-
zuela. Mr. Richard Bennett left
the same day for Guadalupe _
where h* Is associated with the;nounced they would marry after
The suit was filed quietly Just
before court closing Friday and
was tint on the docket this
Mrs. Ross' wintertime romance
with her "old friend" Elliott. 40,
budded after she unsucesstully
filed for divorce In California.
The couple was seen in enough
of the popular watering places
across the nation for Dr. Ross
to charge his estranged wife
was "touring the country" with
the late President's lanky son.
Strangely, Dr. Ross' step mo-
ther attended these meetings as
a chaperone.
Both Roosevelt and Mrs. Ross
denied all talk of romance until
a few days ago when she an-
Texas Oil Company.
Mrs. Mattlson MacAulay arriv-
ed on the Cristobal yesterday
from a vaeation spent with her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. James Coman, Sr.
Mrs. Roy C. Dwelle and her two
sons arrived last evening from
Miami. She will visit her hus-
band's family on both side* of the
Isthmu* before continuing her
trip to Caracas, Venezuela to Join
Mr. Dwelle.
Mrs. Dwelle ls a former mem-
ber of the nursing staff of Gorges
Hospital. She has been visiting In
Mrs. Ernest I. DuPont, Jr., of
Wilmington, Delaware, was a
passenger on the 8.8. Cristobal,
arriving Monday. She will visit
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Dashwood Darling of
Brazos Heights for several weeks.
The Isthmus is familiar terri-
tory to Mrs. DuPont as her fath-
er, the late Dr. Samuel Taylor
Darling, of Charlottesvllle. Va-,
was with the Canal Zone Board
of Health from 1903 to 1916.
her divorce.
Roosevelt said after Mrs. Ross
announced nervously from the
courthouse steps that "I'm a
free woman." that they plan-
ned to operate a hotel business
on Marathon Key, one of th*
larger Islands about half-way
down the chain to ey West.
Mrs. Ross presently lives with
her son and now former mo-
ther-in-law In a mansion-type
home she rented on exclusive
Sunset Island at Miami Beach,
The island ls guarded constantly
by entires posted at the bridge
Dr. Roes, who attempted -to
take their on from a Mlaint
Beach parochial school Jan. 10,
apparently did not contest the
quick Florida divorce although
he had entered a counter suit
to his wife's California attempt
at separation.
Mr*. Ross, daughter of V"
wealthy California real estatr
and oil field developer, once
claimed he was "too expensive*
for a husband.
Ancon Court Hands
Houseboy Burglar
One Year Sentence
A year's sentence to be
erved was Imposed today in"
the Ancon District Court onl
Montezuma Martinez. 18. San
Bias. The sentence followed hie'
conviction on two counts of
burglary. On the second count
Martinez drew a two-year term,
but this was suspended for a
five-year period.
During early February the
youth, a former houseboy at the
old Club 844. made two entries
Into a bachelor quarters on La
Boca Road. On one occasion he
took $30 from the wallet of
Charles H. Colburn: on the sec-
ond he was apprehended before
anything was stolen.
Martinez, speaking through
two Interpreters, one for San
Bias and the other for Spanish,
admitted that he had gone Into
the house. He was. he said, vi-
siting a friend when he had a
"bad thought." He managed
later to explain that this evil
idea was theft.
ProgressIve Circle Meeting
The Progressive Circle of the
Cristobal Union Church will meet
tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at the
church, with Mrs. Anton Holger-
son as hostess.
Episcopal Auxiliary Meeting
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Skin Sores
Don't l*t
-Ingworn, _
ale, Foot itch. Athlet
Itching Ecaenaa, Plmslea,
Blackher -
_ |, Foot Itch. Athlete'*. .
or ether blemlahee dlinfure your akin
_ Acne, Peorla-
I Foot (All-uncc)
ffjl emh*ra*e roa another ay wlthaut
trying Nixeaerm. tola great n.eckme
orahets th* serme and parasite* which
often are the real cauce of akin trotillee.
That la why NlaeCerm eo alekly make*
your (kin eoit. clear, emooth and at-
tractlTe. Uet Nlxeoerm Irem your *ru-
'"' oelayace how much hctter yew
kin Moka em* facie tomorrow.
fVJt credit plan as easy as A B C
and ii a treat time and money-sewer. You
may purchase that gift of fine jewelry er
a handsome watch today and pay for it in
email convenient payments throughout
the year. We feature nationally-known
neme* and it doesn't coot a penny mero
to use your "credit"

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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
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IS words
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Mo. 4 Tlvoll Ave.
rhone 2-Htl
Paique d* Loitp
No. 4 Fourth of July Avc.
Phone 2-M41
l.0t< Melndez Ave.
Phone 25S COLON
No. U West nth Street
No. S7 "H" Street Panam
No. 12.17 Central Ave. Coln
FCR SALE:1937 Cadillac Coupe
cood condition. New rubber and
battery. $200.00. House 127-B.
FOrTsALE: 1938 .Chevrolet 3-4
ten conopy. motor ust rebuilt,
brakes overhauled complete, new
tires. Call Cristobal 3-1571.______
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet 4 Door
Sedan, $1.200.00. Must sell m-
mediately. Phone Balboa 18Z.
between 4 and 7
FOR SALE 1950 Hillmcn Minx Se-
dan, low mileage, full insurance.
$200.00 less than cost. Owner
leaving. Phone Bolboo 2984._____
FOR SALE1938 Oldsmobile 4 Door
.-Sedan, good mctor, very good tires,
""$250.00 cash. House 742-C Bol-
f" boa. corner and Barneby
.- Stryet.__________________________
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Roadmast-
er. convert.b!e. Completely equip-
ped Perfect condition. $1,75000.
517-A, Curundu Heights. 83-
- -2131.
FOR SALE:High floii oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
sollon. Tropiduro Stores.
Lion's Club'Raffle Tickets.
Tel. Ponomo 2-2454 and 3-3016
FOR SALE:18 K. watch, more than
100 Yrs. old. With key. Hond
made by Whittermore b Blair. New
Orleans. America Jewelry No. 1,
L St. Lesseps Park, Ponama City.
FOR SALEJumbo Waterwitch wash-
ing, machine, excellent operating
condition. House 742-C, Bolboo.
A REAL BARGAIN. Servel refrigerator
8 1-2 cu. ft., gas or electricity..
Brand new. Still in its crate. Far-
macia La Esperanza. A Avenue No.
85. Telephone 2-2664.__________
FOR SALE:7 ft. 25 cycle Fngidaire
refrigerator, good condition. House
8002 room 25, between 3:30' to
5:30 p. m. Margarita.
FOR SALE:25 cycle washing mo-
chine motor. Price $15.00. Phone
Novy 3753._____________________
Real Estate
QR SALE 1939 4 door Plymouth
',.;, Sedan. Best offer Thursdoy nlgr
Halpin, Quarters 1337-A,
'."So, Phone Navy 2389.
FOR SALE:- '46 Black Ford Business!
' '."Coupe. 4 new tires, radio ond heat- ;
"'er. Excellent condition. Very reo- .
sonable. Coll Albrook 5228. from
. seven to 10:30 p. m.________I
Pr'SALE:1946 Ford Coupe, ex-j
cond.tion. 4 new i. rs- ,
2JZA -on: Co,, Boiboo
_--. i------...>. Fenton &
1065 or apply in person
-'Co Balboa.
FOR SALE:Long Playing records of
all makes, classical and popular,
AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No.
6-A. phone 3-1029.____________
Ama- Mathen, JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 years,
sold exclusively ot BABYLANDIA,
No. 39 4rd Street. I "If it's
for the Boby, we have it".)
FOR SALE:1941, 2 door Oldsmobile
Sedan, overhauled. good rubber.
Mahogany diningroom set. 12 in.
electric G. E. fan, 25 cycle. Cheap
for quick sole. House 235 Pedro
Miguel. Phone 4-563.
FOR SALE:15,000 MC or 3 1-2
ocres lond, 1 I -2 miles from
Arroijan on National Highway,
short ride from ferry or Cocoh.
Telephone Balboa 2335.
FOR SALE: High lot in exclusive
"El Cangrejo." near University,
for $5.300.00. Telephone 3-2407.
FOR SALE:100,000 square meters
of land near cement factory with
privilege of obtaining more ogri-
culturol land free, ot 4 cents per
meter, payable half down, balance
in five years. Also leve, lot ad-
joining "Villa Zaito" on trons-
ithmion highway with electric
light, pavi\ street and only ten
minutes from Panama. Telephone
Panama Trust Co.
Directors Defend
Conduct Of Bank
FOR SALE:3-tube Meisner elec-
tric radio, with headphones, oil
wove tuning coils, $12.98. Apt. 12
No. 80S I. 10th St. Colon, 5:30 to
6:30 p. m. Weekdays.
POR SALE:__In Arroijan, three com-
pletely furnished concrete cottages
oil modern improvements, tile red
floors, electricity, deep well, gord-
ens, fruit trees, right side on Pan-
amo American highwoy, 8 1 -2
miles to ferry, see* owner, sign at
entrance. Also cottage for rent.
"hillipi. Beach cortogat. Sonta (J
Bo* number 43S. Balboa Ph.
Panamo 3-1877 ot Cristobal
SRAMLICH'S Sonto Clero beai
cottages, furnished, ilectric, ri
trigerotion, moderate rates. Phor
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
Viil.ums Sonto Cloro Beach Corteo*
I wo bedruom. electric retngtn
tion. RocKgas range Phono Bo
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends
FOR RENT:House furnished, three
bedrooms, porlor ond diningroom.
Very quiet neighborhood. 18th St.
No. 96-A, near Belisorio Porras
Ave., Son Francisco.
FOR RENT:Furnished chalet with
oil cities conveniences in Nueve
Arroijan. For information coll Cu-
rundu 6246, after 4 p. m.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
43rd Street Eost and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance. No. 4 First St..
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further detoils coll
Mender & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Help Wanted
W-Cerman Cabinet
Approves Adenauer
As 1st Chancellor
WANTED: Maid sleep in, refer-
ences required. Telephone 3-2473.
Position Offered
Alhambra apartment! for rent. Mod-
ern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061, 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:First doss small apart-
ment, oil furnished, refrigerotor
included. Best residential section,
Paitilla Road No. 121. Price D.
65.00 monthly. Apply at premises.-
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
CuMum-made fat livtmroom
aela. Canchee Cuafelom
Let it liiuri rour material
need! Free fittlmate
a a.m. to 7 p.m.
Model IIIF Synchronized
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Plaza 5 de Mayo
Panama, R. P.
BONN, Mar. 13. (UP) The
West German cabinet today ap-
proved Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer as West Germany's first
Pete husbond working 3-11 meet
, me at Gatun Clubhouse, 8 p. m.
March 15. Importont.
The Panama Trust Company's
" Board of Directors yesterday re-
plied to the charees contained in
" le- er by Enrique Linares. Jr., Foreign Minister.
Sm K3nThriolrdnde: \ The Federa, Press office made
lendid its own line of conduct the announcement In confirm-
ed asserted thai had Linares in in a statement o Adenauer s
lormed it of his complaints, ad-! to a Dutch newspaper.
. justments could have been made '
10 satisfy the government.
1st Rescue Plane
Resumes Search
For 'Monsoon'
The interview included the I An SB-17 from the First Res-
s et't'er' which wa= quesllon: Will you take over the cue Flight of Albrook Air Force
Foreign Minister yourself?'- Base. C. Z.. was ordered aloft
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broadcast to the general public
earW in the Trust Company cri-
sis, claimed that the Bank's board
hrd placed the interest of the
new Hotel El Panama above the
in erests ol the nation and th
p file.
"he Board's statement asserted
ttr.t had they refused a milllo-.i-
doilar credit to the Hotel last De-
cember the institution would
have failed. The Board also
pointed out this would have been
to the detriment of the Republic,
since the government-owned So-
cial Security Bank has invested
$1.500.000 n the Hotel, and the
Panamanian Government Is re-
sponsible to the Export-Import
Bank of the United States for the
$2 500.000 loaned to the hotel
In his report to the President.
TJrjnrps said that because of the
bank's loan to the hotel it had
bjten impossible for the govern-
ment to withdraw iU funds from
the Trust Company at the rate of
SIOO.OOO a month, under a pre-
jjtftts plan. The Board answered
his statement with the allega-
tion that it had never been In-
formed of anv such plan and had
.any action been taken U> inform
Krbf such a oroposal. it would
"have adjusted operations to make
stich government action possible.
The Trust Company's Board
mUo claimed that If President
trias had not vetoed a bill, pas-:-
d by the National Assemoly.
%hich authorized the issue of
$1,000.000 of first mortgage bonos
n the hotel, the Bank would not
tve been caught short of cash.
fry* statement said that had this
J amount come into the bank's
4*apds, not only would it have
J been possible to repay the gov-
lr$ment. but also to retain cash
onihand far above the sum speci-
~TTP,d by law.
^Tie letter was signed by Trust
Cfjnpanv directors A. G. Araneo,
T. Gabriel Duque. E. Lyons, Jr.,
N. E. Garav. Gilberto Arias. Jan
F Vietor. Raul R. Orillac and
manager M. A. Castro Vieto.
,^ today to search the Panam and
important reasons Costa Rlcan coastlines for the
The answer was:
! ^artbblan^Snd .USSSSd'!
The B-17 will be aloft for ap-
proximately seven hours and will
cover all the Inlets along the
coast to Punta Arenas, Costa
Rica. It will then search In the
vicinity of Cocos Islands which
are approximately 300 miles off
the coast of Costa Rica. The
plane will make both visual and
radar search during the entire
for the Federal Chancellor lo
take over the Foreign Ministry at
the beginning."
Chinese Make Kidnap
Raid Into French-
Held Indochina
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English speaking clerks
Caribbean Command is contl-
__ nuing to publish notices to air-
French authorities said here to- men and hydro notices tc. shlp-
dav that Chinese troops have P"-K. alerting. P'a"ef. nd hiP
crossed the Indochina border, crew, to watch for the missing
and kidnapped about 20 men, vessel. Naval ships when pass-
including a French office. ^ ttirou K^ area t te
Thev said the frontier viola- ft?1" l?/ets.Wf?eevv,'iPR;
r. hv unnrmrimatel two sible At present two Navy LCRs
(Rocket ships) are searching a-
long the course southwest from
Balboa to Isla Malpeno before
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La Boca Sports
tion was by approximately two
companies of Chinese regulars,
believed to have been chasing
Nationalist guerrillas in south-
ern Yunnan.
The Chinese surrounded the
French outpost of Bannamchons
two miles inside the border in
wild terrain adjoining Yunnan.
They returned across the bor-
der with their kidnap victims
after an hour. There was no
Officials declined to comment
on what action might be taken
to recover the kidnapped men.
The C.Y.O. Trott won their
first game of the season in de-
feating Deportivo Fer-nis on the
La Boca Athletic Field before a
crowd of approximately 2,000
spectators yesterday. |
With a succession of scorching
base hits six runs were easllv
scored In the early part of the |
game. ThLs called for a change
in the pitching staff of Dep. Fer- :
gus and Manager Taylor had to |
replace his ace Heywood with the :
up and comlnrr softball twiner;
Oscar Clarke. The change, how-
ever, was all in vain. Although he
tamed the furious attack of the I
Church lads for awhile, another |
four runs were scored making a
total of ten runs.
Gustave and Diaz, batteries for
C.Y.O. Trott were successful in
allowing two hits in the third in-
ning to score an equal amount of
III f synchronized
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices. .
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
m An CFREMONY __Mrs. Patsy Ryan, president of the American Legion Unit I Is shown
presenting the American Flag donsted by her Unit to Danielle Harned. Vice President of
Brownie Troop 37 of Cocoli at a special ceremony held last week with aU troop members
and mothers present, at Parish hall of St. Andrew Episcopal Church. The other two chil-
dren in the picture are GaU Blankenship and Patricia Davis who were escorts of the honor-
ed guest. _________,_^_____________________
Supreme Court Refuses Review
Of Hiss Perjury Conviction
The bupreme Court condemn-
ed Alger Hiss to a live-year jail
term yesterday by rejecting nis
appeal irom a perjury convic-
tion in the famed Hlss-Cham-
bers spy case.
ine *6-year-old former State
~ .partment career o lice r was
L-nvlcted Jan. 21. 19o0. ot lying
io a federal Grand Jury wnen
lie denied slipping Siate De-
partment secrets to Wnittaker
chambers and when he denied
seeing Uiamoers after Jan. 1,
Hiss said Chambers was "Ceorge State Department and other
About two weeks later, as the
result of a $75.000 slander suit
filed in Baltimore by Hiss,
Chambers produced the famed
"Pumpkin Papers" which he
said had been stolen from the
government agencies.
Both men were called before
a Federal Grand Jury and Hiss
was Indicted for perjury. The
first trial ended In a hung Jury
on July 8, 1940. On Jan. 21, 1950.
Hiss was convicted on two
counts for perjury.
Playground Sports Fred Wilt Upsets
Don Gehrmann For
2nd Straight Time
Margarita Takes Atlantic Side
"B" League Title
Margarita's "B" League team
nun hnnri I Cristobal by a score of 7 to 1. By
writin thP final chaDter in winning, the Margarita team be- | G-Man Fred Wilt of the Xtw
th? 2U weSupreme* Court | came the "B" League champions l York A,C. the king of
Lerthet0casfoa^ ffSf E i WffStftni. Margar-
9 UU1S. Srt^Tiya. 5. "a held the lead and was never
Appeals Court, whlcn has af-
urnied the conviction, will re-
lay tne decision to the trial
court and Hiss then will be or-
dered to jail.
It may be from one to three
weeks before he starts serving
his sentence.
In a statement issued through
his attorneys in New *ork, nw
said mat a "air trial was Im-
possible in the present atmos-
phere of puoilc tension." He
said his attorneys and irlenus
pressed for the next six Innings.
Arthur Blades, Margarita's strong
righthander, pitched a brilliant
four-hit game, while striking out
nine batters.
The only run that was scored
against Blades came In the third
inning, with two outs. Hatgl,
Cristobal's third baseman, hit a
triple to deep left field, and Sas-
so followed with a sharp single
right through the box. The only
extra-base hit for Cristobal was
Hatei's triple.
Aleguas, first baseman for
will continue to seaicn loi tne Mar_rltai was the fading hitter
facts wnicn will snow how d wlth three hlts for
Cnambers labricated tne evi- f tlmeg at bat H|g f,rst hlt
the milersDon Gehrmann
for the second straight time.
Wilt beat Gehrman last Sat-
urday at New York to snap
Gehrmann's streak at 39
straight mile victories. Wilt did
it again Saturday night in
Gehrmann's home town at the>
Milwaukee Journal Indoor
Track Meet.
Wilt won by at least 29 yards
in four minutes, eight and
nine-tenths seeonds. Gehr-
mann suffering from a bad
colds ays he had trouble
breathing. "This cold of mine
is terrible," savs Gehrmann,
"but I had to run.'
aence against me.
"loday, as lormerly. I am
proud oi my 15 years of public
service ana wiui a clear con-
science 1 continue to look lor-
ward to the nine o my vindica-
tion," lie saia.
justices otdiley F. Reed. Felix
FranKiuiter anu 'lorn C. Ciar*
tOOK no part in tne court's ac-
tion, heea and frankiurter had
came in the second inning, with
a towering drive to right field for
a home run. On the defense.
Wood, Margarita's left fielder,
made a sensational catch of a
long fly ball to left, for the game's
outstanding play,
Lung, who started on the
mound for Cristobal, showed
signs of wildness, and was re-
lieved by Sasso in the second ln-
lesfiea as cnaracter witnesses nlng Lung aiiowed four runs to
ior Hiss in tne. nrst trial wnicn score whl,e Sasso gave the other
resultea in a hung jury. Clark | tnree runs
was Attorney General wnen tne, Tne starting lineups:
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Visiting Medics !
Tour Gorgas Hosp.
Ten doctors on a tour of four
Latin American countries follow-
ing attendance at the 1951 ses-
sion of the New Orleans Gradu-
ate Medical Assembly made a
i tour of Gorgas Hospital yesterday
i afternoon.
They were given a brief history
ot the hospital and the Health
Bureau and were shown various
hospital facilities bv Colonel
Clifford G. Blltch, Superintend-
The visitors Included: Dr. J. F.
Gordon of Lewisburg, Tennessee:
Dr. W. H. OlUdorf, of Valley City.
North Dakota; Dr. Abraham Ant-
weil. Fort Worth, Texas; Dr. W.
Terrell Simpson. Winter Haven.
Florida: Dr. P. B. Salatich. New
Orleans: Dr. J. K. Fancher. At-
lanta, Georgia; Dr. Lucan A.
Fortler. New Orleans; Dr. F.
Temple Brown. New Orleans. Dr.
E. K. Chuon. Houston, and V.r. J.
Selgel, of Fort Worth, Texas.
continuing on their course to
San Diego. They will sweep an
area not previously covered dur-
ing the air search.
The U. S. Embassy in Panam
has requested authorities In Pa-
nam, Costa Rica and Co ombla
to search all ports in their re-
spective countries, while the
Government of Ecuador will be
asked to search the Galpagos
The yacht, with three Amer- runs At certain stages of the
I leans aboard, was last seen about Kame Gustave became a little
30 miles off the coast of Costa wud Dut was ai!0wed to remain
Rica, on February 25 by the I and wn hjjj own game. Gustave, a
freighter "Steel Artisan." The very promiSing newcomer to the
Monsoon's destination was Bal- | mound. played a cool and mas-
boa. terly game.
The missing craft is described Deportivo Fergus used beside
as a 45-foot schooner with white their ace Heywood. Ciar :e. Peus-
hull. Her engine is disabled and sy an(i finally Smith before
her salts and mast are probably they could stop the Church men
down. who by this time had chalked up
_ fourteen runs.
The crew of the First Rescue Tne final score was 14 to 6.
SB-17 is: Pilot. Captain Frank I This evening will see the run-
W. Eckenroth; co-pilot, 1st Lieu-j ner.Up 0f last season Wallace
Commissary Division
Will Supply Milk
To Army EM's Messes
The Panama Canal Commis-
sary Division has been awarded
a contract to supply milk for a
three-month period to enlisted
men's messes. The contract be-
comes effective April 1 and ex-
tended through June 30.
An Army spokesman said that
the Commissary Division was
low bidder for this quarter on
the milk supply. Five milk sup-
pliers were invited to bid and
three actuallv submitted bids. |
The milk contract is awarded
every three months.
case Droke.
"the court acted without a
formal opinion, issueing oniy a
bare announcement that it
would not consiaer Hiss' appeal.
ine Hiss-Cnambers spy case
was inaoe public on Aug.-3, ivti
wnen Whiuaker Cnamoers. lor-
mer Communist underground
agent, told the House Un-Amer-
ican Activities committee that
Hiss was among a group of "top
tevei" government men active ui
ine Red underground.
On Aug. 5 Hiss aenied before
the committee that he ever had
oeen a Communist and said tnat
"so lar as i know" he never had
seen Chambers.
1*o aays later Chambers told
a closed committee hearing in
New York that Hiss knew him
by the party names of "Carl.'
On Aug. 16, Hiss testified at a
closed committee session that lie
Aleguas. lb
Maldonado, 3b
Salter, c
Rlnehart. ss
Reed, cf
Wood. If
Enelebright, 2b
Brennan, rf
Blades, p
Chin, c
Quesada, If
Hatgi, ss
Sasso, 3b
Bennett, 2b
Tuttle, rf
Tagaropulos, If
Price, lb
Lung, p
Umpires: Simons, Cotton.
On Saturday morning, March
and "B" Leagues will
There was a young
named Kay
lady '
Slay for the championship at Mt.
ope Stadium. All Margarita fans
and 1934 who'might be Cham-1 are invited to attend these
jjers games, and most of all. to cheer
The case reached a climax on on the Margarita "B" League
Aug. 17 at the Commodore Hotel team which will be trying to win
in New York City when Hiss and | the championship of the Isth-
Chambers met face-to-face and' mus.__________________________
Who passed a Furniture Shop
every day
For ferns did the yearn
But got chairs in return
Til P.A. Classifieds showee
her the way!
tenant Lonnle Busbee; navigat-
or. Robert L. Jones; crew chief.
Staff Sgt. John L. Shea, Jr.; ra-
dio operator. Staff Sgt. Leo
Sherman; radar operator. Sgt.
Homer B Payton; observer, Sgt.
Ballard L. Compton; and ob-
server, Cpl. Bobby D. Ellis.
High Blood Pressure
If High Blood Preasura mikr>
you dlny, hav* palna around
heart, headachra, ihort breath. In-
dlrMilon. palpitation, and awolttn
" u .".' you c*n *l I'loet Inatant
relief from the*, dajureroua aymp-'
loma with HYNOX. Aak tour
ehrmtat for HYNOX today and'feal
year, younser in a few daya.
Studio meeting the dark horse
team of the league Lesterlo If 111:
and Wednesday the other two
teams that make up the league-
Strength St Health vs. Twi-Clty
ALBANY. N. Y. (UP) New
meaning has been given the trad-
itional Army enlistment posters:
"The Army Wants You." Army
and Air Force recruiting person-
nel here are up In arms over what
they call "the meanest thief of
the year." The reasonsomeone
sto'e a coin box containing $3
rnr t ie March of Dimes Cam
Panama Canal spokes man
said that the contract calls for
2.0O0 auarters per dav for the
next three months. All the milk
will come from the Mlndl dairy
where the herd was enlarged
some time ago.
It was recalled that before
World War II the commissary
supplied milk regularlv to the
Armv. In 1942, the fresh milk
supplv was not adeauate and
was suDplemented with recon-
structed milk and with milk
purchased in Panama. At one
time the Commissaries were
supplv 13.000 Quarters of fresh
and reconstructed milk daily to
the Army.
For the past month, during
the current milk shortage in Pa-
nama, the Commissaries have
been furnishing about 1.600
-carts dallv to the Panama con-
ractor in order that he could
iCooperation, Friendship Mark
East-West Relations In Vienna
States automobiles with the flags At least one United States of-
of the four nations fluttering flcial has been murdered by Rus-
vtpnna March 12 (UP) tike from their radiator caps. slan soldiers-Since the war,, and
PhllShia there may come a But not everything Is three- two United States clvUlans have
fime when Vienna rn^v be called quarter time In this lovely home- disappeared in the past five
th^rTtvof Brotherlv Love town of waltz king Johann months.
Th^uthVtwn where Rus- Strauss. The Russians are friend-
,Jiii.fiinJrn^nv salutes ly because It pays them to be. Sometimes the Russians watt
f*S ^ Sffi Sllcera -and They have bee sucking the out of the Allied council In pro-
10 Un.i^ ih .Kn offl- wealth of the country through test over some item on the agen-
vlee versa. Where Busatan oni ^"^ and lettmg the West da but there Is a rule that any
oathrFour Powe council and ur ta placement nance and Austrian law takes effect in 31
of the Four rower cou"c" nd_ materials through their zone. days if the council cannot agree,
sit down afterwards for a frtena mater u "* f th ^ the Ru8slan8 aIways waik
ly b-iffet snack with the West. fa<*ousboulevanis a car win puu back generally in a good
where an international patrol up and drag a passer by into it humor.
,uT^^Wto the gangster-ride style. He is never
ssw.^ag 3S^ussTari: Kh-js? it* sur.3
>%SS kmrsesr-ir* wwwastf
racior in urucr inai ne ruuin asouiiure" ....... ----- t._.j half uar
meet his contractual obligations, tional zone of Vienna in United half years.
always For how long?"

7 H STRUT P. O- ****'* *' *
S4S MABI.ON AV... Ni* YORK. 1171 IS. V.
____ S 1.70 S .BO
_ NTH. IN ABVANCf S SO 11.00
HI VIA*. IN A0VANC1-------- "
Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor News
There Is s streetwhere only dreamers go
Where roses Msssn nd stiver pipers play
Where stairways to the stsrs are hanging low
And esstles rise along the gilded way.
There is s streetthat's hidden in the mind
Where wsywsrd fancy weaves a golden gaiise
And dares to stray beyond the heights to rind
Some woaderland that hai no worldly flaws;
What* horissns are limitless, and "'Mj-
Where dsring dawns will banish foolish fears
Wbsrs very grand adventure It enduring
Across the royal coronet of years.
And Time stands still. or just an hour or two
On Dream Street, when I linger there J^you^^
Celes* About Town: Margaret Truman with her date at Gogl's
Lame, looking Just like your daughter having a good time Anne
Crawford; the Blonderful Britisher, sprinkling the Sardas show-
talk with her chahmeeng accent... At the Stork Club: Elizabeth
Taylor, the teen-star, puf fing a clggle. A habit she picked up in the
Time of Nick... Maurice Evans, the Bard's top star, aubwaying at
Mad. & 53rd. (We got spies evvywhere. Molshe!) Jean Sabln
making wiz zee keece on zee cheek for Josephine Baker backstage
at e Strand Tony Martin, here for tv. twolng the town with
Cyductive Charlase... Marlon Carter, the vldeomygoddesj. La
Garbo the movies top Camlllebravomg Diana Adams, dancing
the same role, at the City Center Ballet.
Sallies in Our Alley: Ben Blue alleges he overheard two fish
in the Key West wsters discussing two bait-loaded hooks You
take Traman's," said the first, "you always were publicity-mad
... "Okay," said the other, "you take Harry Vaughan's: you need
the monev" Jackie Gleason's mlmble nifty: "Just found out
what the Gov't initials R.F.C. stand for: "Received Fur Coat'."
New York Story: "Dear Mr. W.: I Just read your paragraph
about Sugar Ray Robinson. He was a patient in Halloran Hospital
on staten Island for months during the war. In 1944-45, I worked
In Post Exchange No. 3. I can testify that on many a day Ray
couldn't come down to the PX because he was too 111 and had to
stav In bed. He is a very sweet person, easy to get along witn.
Although a celebrity at the time, he acted Just like other GIs
there. As a matter of fact, many didn't recognize him as the star
lighter. Please remember me to him. The girl behind the soda
fountain. Jean La Russa Rlmkas, 979 Pearl Harbor St.. Bridgeport
(8), Conn."___________
Memos of a Midnlghter: George Getty, son of oilman J. P.
Getty, and Barbara Lyon, dghtr of the Ben Lyons (Bebe DanielsI,
have mutually cancelled their troth... 8. Billingsberg sent St.
Patrick's Day cravats to the Qulf Stream Park press box. ("Denks
from one and all")... That busboy who returned the $5,000 neck-
lace (found In the Embers) got $1.00 reward... To the survivors
of Bataan and Corregidor The big anual convensh is at Philly (the
Bellevue-Stratford) April 8, 7, ... Will Oakland returns to the
Palace tomorrow... F. Costello (of the Kefauver Set) Just returned
from a 10-day holiday In Miami Beach 8hall we say incog-neeto
or lncognlt-toh? Not a reporter spotted him... They sav Doris
Richest Girl in the World) Dook has a new romance. Millionaire
food mfr John Morse... Following the appeal here for the great
U 8 poet Kenneth Patchen. we rec'd 6 vials of hormone ACTH
i the wonder drug) for him from Max Haft, prop of McCarthy's
Steak House.
The Big Moment: That big moment comas when you've turned
th* trick. Kiches pour in... After writing that big song... The
sat one Is tbe big hurdle... Here re some songwriters (of hits)
who couldn't make it the second time: "When My Baby Smiles
*t Me" by Billy Monroe... "Dear Old Pal" by Gitz Rice... "Once
in a While" by Mike Edwards... "Music Goes R. Ic R." by Rlley &
Farley... "Will You Love Me In December (as you do in May?)" by
James J. Walker... "Sweet Adeline" by Harry Armstrong... "Rosle
O'Grady" by Maude Nugent... "April Showers'* by Lou Silvers...
"Curst *f an Aching Heart" by Henry Fink... "Girl of My Dreams"
by Sleepy Hall... "It's a Sin to Tell a Ue" by Billy Mayhew...
"If I Hay My Way" by Loa Klien; and the memorable and ageless
"Melancholy Baby" by Ernie Burnett.
Sounds in the Night: At Leon dr. Eddie's: "You know her type:
Beautifulbut doom!"... At the Virginian: "Glamorous! Hmf. she
couldn't get herself pinched!"... At the Edison: "Sex is getting
more popular than women"... At Cafe Tokay: "She's of the very
smart set. Very stoopld"... At Eddie Condon's: "He always has
tough luck. Like taking a gal out to dinner for the first time on
the day she stops dieting!"... At May Yee's: "Truman Is franti-
cally loyal to his pals. A President should have only one loyalty
to his country"... At Jack Delaney's: "She winks at you outta
the corner of her strut." ___________
The Big Time: Pearl Bailey and the show at Blue Angel...
Kate smith's tv hour... Mlndy's version of "Boutonnlere",.. Joyce
Brvat at the Martinique... Georgia Gibbr at the Capitol... Eddie
Fisher at the Para... Jan Peerce's RCA platter of Meredith Will-
son's "May the Lord Bless and Keep vou." an Inspirational click...
And Pierre Fresnay, the Oscar winner, in "God Needs Men," due
Th. Mail Baa i> an pin roram far raaaan at Th. Panama Amaricen
Letter* ara rocoivsd aroUfully and ara handUd in wholly cenfidentiel
It yea antriaitt. a rotter a.n'r b. maatiant if it ..ain't a.aaai tht
sat day. Lallan or* .uhliifi.J in th. order received.
lease try t* keep the latiera limitad t. ana poa. length.
laaarfr. Of letter writer, ie k*M in ttrictott confidence.
Thii n.wip.par iiiumn no rataaniihility far itat.m.nti er .einieai
aaartiit. in letter* from reader*.
Dear Sir:
Nobody cares if we get water
or not so long as w* keep on pay-
ing. Though none of the authori-
ties has done anything to better
the water supply still our bills are
"Make a procession with en-
dies and pray for rain," was the
advice given me by one of the of-
ficials some time ago. "If It rains
the oeople In the more privileged
sections won't need to water
their gardens and water will
reach you during the night," he
"No water at such-and-such
houses for several weeks. Pisase
check." read the sign put up by
the olficlal at the National Aque-
duct after my third call on him.
It would be Investigated right a-
way, he said.
Several more weeks have gone
by and no one has called or help-
After four calls at an office
next senior to the Minister's I re-
ceived some very kind treatment
but not even a promise of help so
far as water is concerned.
You see then that I have done
rerythlnf and gone everywhere
for help for myself and for the
many other families suffering a-
llke in Rio Abajo, Pueblo Nuevo,
Juan Diaz, etc.
I am no hero or leader. I dont
even belong to any union or so-
ciety. But God knows we need wa-
ter and someone has to ask for it.
and eight to nine weeks Is a lot
of time to wait.
It Is an outright lie to say that
If the privileged few should be
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the masses will have It In their
homes during the day. The most
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have water every night.
However If we are authorized
to report anyone using water for
any but domestic uses during
certain days or nights a week and
If a penalty Is set for such abuse
then we can rest assured that
even I will be able to receive wa-
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By' Victor RUtel
In those "almost daily" long
distance telephone conversations
between President Truman and
Charles Murphy, the trouble-
shooter he left behind tc wind
up Washington's own civil war,
a special "peace" plan Is being
worked out calling for the
creation of a national board of
directors to run this nation
right through the war.
Only a handful of the rebel
labor chiefs know of this pro-
posal. They like It. They would
serve on tnls "boara of direct-
ors" as though they were run-
ning some huge company.
In effect, President Tru-
man would be chairman oj
the board. Charles Wilson
would be the equivalent of
a veepee in charge of pro-
duction, sort of chief engin-
eer. Some labor man, such
as Walter Reuther, would
be veepee in charge o/ man-
Eric Johnston, who left the
comparatively calm and ration-
al movie Industry to get into a
spot Where he Is hammered by
both sides, would be controller
and economic adviser to the
"company." The board would
meet regularly with Pres dent
Truman to set policy but the
rest of the time its members
would be working full time as
company" executives right in
the government.
That's the solution which one
of labor's top spokesmen told
this column "was In the works.
However, before those direct
ors" are chosen, there must be
a "stockholders" session and
that too is in the works. At
this minute, Mr. Truman's spe-
cial counsel, Charles Murphy, Is
really learning what trouble
shooting is by attempting to line
up such a conference, attended
by the country's leading labor
and business men.
His problem can best be un-
derstood by going back to an
earlier labor-management con-
ference on Dec. 5, 1945, run by a
brand new, and at that time,
meek president. The powerful
union and industrial chiefs had
been sitting around In the gilt-
edged, high-columned Inter-De-
partmental auditorium haggling
for hours when the entrance of
husky Secret Service men an-
nounced the arrival of Harry
Truman. The President arrived.
No one rose. He spoke. There
was no real applause. Just very
scattered and embarrassing
The President walked out
auietly. Later John L. Lewis
rose and glared directly
across the green covered
tables at the businessmen.
"I speak /or 400.000 miners,"
He snorted. "I speak for
labor. And fust which of you
speaks for management."
They couldn't answer. For
most there spoke only for them-
selves and their own companies.
The meeting broke up after old
Dan Tobln, the teamsters chler,
asked for the floor, demanding
the right to put one question.
He rose and asked the tense
crowd. "Who stole my over-
coat?" The circus ended when
the Chamber of Commerce and
the NAM people offered to buy
him a new one.
No one today wants such a
circus. Yet there's danger of a
free-for-allsuch as there al-
most was in a private session
with Charles Wilson a week ago
when off-color langugae was
used and one labor man shoo.:
his fist under the mobllizers
Triere are reports that Wilson
would resign If he were forced
to share his power with the
labor leaders. There are reports
that labor la split and most
certainly John L. Lewis Is sid-
ing with Charles Wilson and has
quietly been In touch with him,
while the other union chiefs
have been blasting the mobllizer
In what is developing into the
most gigantic labor bargaining
session in history.
So the White House Is trying
to determine who will speak for
labor and who will talk lor all
of big business.
The trouble shooter would
rather keep the war going be-
hind the scenes than chance a
slugfest before the nation's TV
and newsreel cameras. That
would just destroy what has al-
ready been accomplished, name-
ly off-the-record agreement or.
the wage formula for millions
of working people.
This includes a new Wage
Board with public members
such as Frank Graham.
Prof. Oeorge Taylor and
David Cole. These were the
giants of the last war. They
will run a new board with
power to settle disputes. And
They will approve a 10 per
cent wage increase, cost-of-
living increases, neto holt-
days, vacations and all other
benefits to meet rip-roar-
ing prices.
That will mean that by June
30 things will be wide open
prices, wages, everything. AmJ
onlv a national unity board of
directors will be able to ta'k
tough and say everybody's had
{Copyright 1951. Pos'-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Family Affair
NEW YORK. Maybe a man Is not respon-
sible for the actions of his sons, but Sen. James
Murray of Montana seems overequipped with
family. The latest grease into which his kinder
has plopped him Is the RFC mess. In which on*
son. Jim Murray, a lawyer, got $21.000 In fees
for wangling a government loan to build a Flo-
lida hotel. Alter Papa had brought pressure to
Murray's boy Charlie, for years a smooth
Washington operator, also seems to figure In the
LFC Investigations. Charlie Is the old man's
administrative assistant. Just after the war
ei.ded he got Pa mixed up in more intrigue than
you would expect of a son. And Pa had to tell
a lot of protective falsehoods before the State
Department caught him up on the trouble Bus-
ter Boy had gotten Pa mired down In. Reason
I use the word "lie'' so glibly Is that I am the
guy the old man told the lies to. And proved
them lies, for print, later on.
This was such a funny, foolish story then.
It was all mixed up with China and Japan and
pearls and orlorities and slick operators and
smooth lawyers. Unbeknownst to Pa. Charles
Murray wangled a couple of quick and then Il-
legal priorities for two shrewd operators named
Guldstone and McGowan. They posed as mem-
bers of Senator Murray's Small Business Com-
mittee, and bore credentials signed by the Sen-
Their business, actually, was to take a
stranglehold on the cultured pearl market of the
Orient. Goldstone turned up finally as the head
o' the Imperial Pearl Syndicate. They pulled
the boys off an ATC plane in Shanghai with
about $25,000 worth of cultured pearls In the
It was strictly against regulation at the time
for any private business to travel abroad at
government expense for private gain, and here
these laddybucks were caught flat as members
of Murray's Small Business Committee. The
State Department was an accomplice, too. and
Maury Maverick's Small War Plants Corp. was
In It. more or less unwittingly.
Well, such a circus you never saw. Nobody
knew rfbthin' about nothln'. Pa Murray denied
everything except the fact that he came from
Montana. Then he came down with a severe
attack of remembrance, later, and remembered
real good. This was after the State Department
had called up to announce that Pa Murray's
amnesia had left him.
Actually, the Senator hadn't had much to do
with the fixing of the credentials at first. Son
Charlie was the operator in the case, and the
necessary papers either were rubber-stamped or
were signed absentmindedly by Pa Murray when
he was looking out the window. What Charlie
made, or stood to make, never was disclosed, but
a member of the Criminal Investigation Division
told me that the man who cornered the cultur-
ed pearl market of the East was the proud prop,
of a multlmllllon dollar Industry.
It Is no crime, of course, for a Senator's sons
to pervert his office lor private gain, but there
Is a deep moral Implication. And with the nasty
memory for which I may be noted, I recall that
Murray was the guy who had that poor little
petty larcenist. John Maragon. kicked out of the
Senate when Maragon was under fire in the
five-percent hearings. Maragon went to Jail.
His buddy. Harry Vaughan. didn't, being guilty
of no provable sin except being Harry Vaughan.
Murray himself would be out of line for in-
terfering with a government loan for two Flo-
rida hotels and a furniture firm which have no
connection with Montana. To allow his sons to
ddle privilege for the weight of Murray's
name sort of makes you want to go quietly
away and be sick. Specially, when you consider
th* old man Is loaded with dough himself, and
doesn't have to cheat or permit cheating.
So maybe you can't blame the fathers for the
sins of the sons, but If I am a Senator I will
watch my young'uns awful careful. There Is a
difference between the cookie Jar and the na-
r-nel cash register. _____
Matter Of Fact
Drew Pearson says: Russians to attack, if at all, in Abril
or May, says Tito; No war this year if June passes
without attack; Jugoslav troops tough, well trained.
BELGRADE.If Russia follows the doctrine of the famous
German war strategist, Count Karl Von Clausewltz, as it has in
the would seem likely that Moscow would order an attack
on Yugoslavia some time this spring, for Clausewltz taught that
tne time to make war is when you are strongest and your po-
tential enemy Is weakest. The moment your enemy begins gaining
.vtrength, according to the war theory followed by the Germans
and Russians for the last hundred years, then it's time to strike.
A careful, cold-blooded diagnosis of Russian strategy in th*
past shows rather definitely that they expected the United States
to fall apart at the seams economically after V-J Day in 1946.
The depression which even some American economists expected
alter the war was banked on by Moscow to start unemployment,
unrest and riots and either bring the United States into the Com-
munist orbit without war or else make military victory easier for
the Russians. Certainly the expected depression, Moscow figured,
would bring Communism to Western Europe.
And there was a time, late in 1947, when this strategy almost
succeeded In Europe. This was when droughts, plus a Communist-
Inspired strike of Italian harvest hands, plus French railroad and
shipping strikes, plus riots and general war discouragement had
certain European democracies near the toppling point. It was at
this crucial time that such American aid as the Friendship Trains,
followed by a special session of Congress which voted food or
hungry Europeans, followed by the Marshall Plan, broke the back
of the Communist drive to take over Europe.
Since then the pro-American democracies In Europe have been
getting stronger while the Communist movement is getting weaker,
Moscow definitely missed the boat In those immediate postwar years
and now Is faced with the quandary of whether it may miss the
boat again or whether it should cold-bloodedly precipitate a war,
for the beginning in earnest of European rearmament under Gen-
eral Elsenhower means that the military advantage now enjoyed
by Moscow soon must pass from its hands. Unpleasant as the con-
templation of those facts may be, nevertheless they are facts
we have to face and no country need contemplate them more
carefully than the one nation which dared to thumb its nose at
When talking privately, the man who now bosses Yugoslavia
is extremely frank about the danger of an attack on his coun-
try this spring. Tito, originally named Joslp Broz, a former Croa-
tian metal worker, fought in the Austro-Hungarlan army in 191*.
deserted to the Russians, and then fought under the Red Flag or
the Bolshevist army in 1917. So he knows what the Russians are
like. If the Russians attack, he told a friend recently. they>tll
do so In April or May. If June passes and they have not attack-
ed, then there will be no war this year. In fact. Tito predicted,
if there's no attack this spring It may be that we won't have to
worry about war for some time to come.
Tito also expressed the view that, if the Russians attack, they
will drive through the British zone of Austria, skirt one side of
Trieste, and advance down the unguarded Dalmatian coast. This
would cut off all Adriatic seaports and make it Impossible for
the United States to send military aid to him.
Simultaneously. Tito predicted, the Bulgarian army would ad-
vance from the opposite direction to cut off the rail line from
Yugoslavia to Salonika (Greece. He added that, in anticipation
of such an attack, he had established a series of hidden forts in
the hills along the Dalmatian coastforts that are well stocked
with food and ammunition and could hold out for some time,
"I am not worried about an attack by satellite armies," Tito
said. "The Hungarians, Poles and Czechs will not fight. The Bul-
garians will fight better because they h_ve been promised Mace-
donia. However," he added, "if the Red Army itself attacks,Jhat
Is something else again."
Tito also expressed the opinion that Moscow did not w>nt
the Korean War to spread and actually had tried to hold back
the Chinese from taking the offensive against the U.N. forces
there He based this view on his own experiences with the Krem-
lin; also because the Russians had sent Yugoslav, Polish and
other satellite nationals to work In China In an attempt to cement
the Soviet orbit through an exchange of personnel. Some of
these Yugoslavs, he said, had reported their impressions or
Russo-Chlnese relations back to him.
Vigorous in his denunciation of Russia. Tito said "We do not
propose to become an appendage of Russia." Then, to his Amer-
ican friend he added, with a smile, "nor of America, either
Perhaps the most Important fact about present American aid
to Yugoslavia is that, in effect, we are buying the support o S3
Yugoslav divisions. This brings up the all-important questions:
Will those divisions fight, are they prepared, and will they last
longer than the Yugoslav army in 1941. which caved In almost
overnight before Hitler's blitzkrieg?
The answers are obviously difficult. However. American mil-
itary observers, for the first time In years, recently have been per-
mitted to Inspect Yugoslav troops and consider them well trained,
tough and moderates well equipped. Furthermore, the P';'sent
Yugoslav leaders went through the most difficult fighting of th*
war when Tito's partisan- bands held out against the Germans
In the mountains of Herzegovina for two long years. They know
what It is to fight. Finally, the present Yugoslav leaders would
be shot In 15 minutes should Russia take over their country, so
they have every reason to resist.
On the other hand, my own personal prediction is that, in
case Yugoslavia Is attacked by all the neighboring Russian sa-
tellitesBulgaria. Hungarv. Albania and Rumaniawl>h Red Ar-
rav support in the background, it could not survive without Im-
portant aid from the United States. Perhaps, however, the attack
will not come. Instead. Moscow might get around the Clausewltz
theory with a revolutionary peace proposal that would at one and
the same time electrify the world and keep It in a comatose
condition so far as armament is concerned, until the wheel or
late spins' more advantageously In Moscow's direction.
LEIPZIG.Being arrested tends to be a me-
morable experience under any circumstances.
Being arrested tor at least -detained for in-
quiry") by the Russian-managed political police
In a satellite state, is also an experience that
instructs and enlightens. Su^h was the cul-
minating episode* of this correspondents second
annual visit to the Leipzig fair, where rough
notes for this report were somewhat nervously
mane. ,
In crude outline, what happened was simple
enough. In one of the black Uelpzlg squares,
another newspaperman In the party took a
snapshot of a Free German Youth military
banc. pinched, cold-encircled young faces,
cl.eeks alr-swollen. anc' many battered trum-
pets elevated at the old Nazi angle. A political
police plalnclothes group then picked up our
party, shadowed us for four hours, and pounced
at the instant when the car was being started
for the return to Berlin. _. ,
If the tough intelligent German political po-
liceman had had his way, all might have end-
ed there, after proof was given that our party
was not a batch of British agents. But the Ger-
man veteran of the Spanish civil war and the
antl-Nazl underground has had to yield, as a
matter of course, to bis pimply, excited, very
youthful Russian "colleague."
And so we were taken to the huge head-
quarters of the People's Police. We were inter-
rogated for a while. We were even vouchsafed
a majestic glimpse of the People's Police Presi-
dent of Leipzig (a military-style figure, strik-
ingly reminiscent of the all too well remember-
ed pictures of leading Nazis ten years before i.
And we were finally released, with many a
handshake, after the offending roll of films had
been developed, and all Its blurry family pic-
tures had been sternly studied.
There Is no space here for the sensations ex-
perienced while you mount five flights of dark,
echoing stairs in a Russian managed police
headquarters with the thought inevitably in
mind that you have been denounced by Andrei
Vlshinsky in person as a leading war-monger.
In the end. It must be said, the little visit be-
came positively cosy. For all their servitude to
an Iron system, the policemen, and especially
;he German Communist veteran, were not bad
ellows. Two friendly rounds of vodka (the lo-
al "victory gln"> In a rather nice little black-
.narket restaurant patronized bv the police wer*
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
the unexpected finale of our experience.
But even If we acquired no interesting cam-
paign stars 4t was deeply interesting, none the
less, to observe the system at first nand. Es-
pecially It was Interesting to find a Russian.
German-speaking, plainly trained for the posi-
tion, at work In the Volkspolezei at the low
level of a plainclothes man. It meant that the
reputation of the People's Police in East Ger-
many had now been carried through to the
end. It revealed, as a keyhole reveals a room,
the completeness and directness of Russian con-
trol of the satellite government. There was no
question about the domination of the young |
Russian over the much older, much more intel-
ligent, much more experienced German.
It was deeply Interesting, also, after the young
usslan had decided he was mistaken and slop-
ped covering us with his pistol, to talk to these
men who should, bv all the rules of political
drama, have been such instinctively hostile
Brutal, ruthlessly, cruelly brutal, no doubt |
thev sometimes were, when the rules of their !
work demanded it. Yet their conversation was;
like an endless gramaphone record of complex
self-Justification all the slogans of Soviet
propaganda repeated over and over again, in a
tone that pleaded for assent.
And behind the gramophone record one sens-
ed the human beings themselves indoctrinat-
ed yet puzzled, cast in Inhuman roles but not
themselves Inhuman, longing so to speak to as-
sert their humanity. In these times, indict-
ments must be broad, not against individuals or
nations, but against the clanking systems which |
have humanity in their grip.
Finally this odd police experience dramatized
the development of the Soviet system in East
Germany in the last year. Material conditions
liave improved. A sort of gray, semi-starvation
Is no longer the general look. But the police
have become omnipresent. Russian control has ,
been made Infinitely more acute. The lndoc-
trlnatlon of the servants of the system has been \
moved and Intensified, until even a shrewd ex- j
perlenced man. like the 8panlsh civil war vet-
eran, has no room in his mind except for tinny
slogans. The system works, quite smoothly,
aulte well, and entirely for the benefit of the
masters of the Soviet Union. This is the prime
East German legend. ___ I
(Copyright. 1951, New Yerk Herald Tribune Inc.)
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Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
oood evening. guys and gals. Time to settle back away from
that leaning tower ol books over on the wrner *k and relax.
Relax and read over the events of the past week at BHS. yen
though It may seem to be. this Is not a steal 1rom a ha If-hour
program of soothing and melodious music from AFRS, but only
t0n^heSs?oryn'u?a takes the main headlines Is that of the, St.
Patrick's Formal. This first formal of the year was sponsored by
The seniors (the best class, natch. I'm a see and
besides, everyone Is entitled to his own opinion) and held n the
Tivoli Hotel ballroom last Saturday evening Oh, ]mjust Itching
to tell ya about the dance, but I thought It better to give a
week-old-exclustve" to the "Parr.keet." Therefore. are
Interested in knowing who was all there and what all happened,
read about it in the "Parrakeet.'' (How did ya like that for a plug,
But the night before (Friday night) the Canal Zone
Junior College held a dance at the Sallfish Club. By
chance if one of you collegiates guided your eyes over this
way after reading College Corner by Martha Irvin. I want
you to know that Balboa High School thanks you. Yes, we
thank 7u for extending an Invitation to us high schoolers
to attend your dance. Those who did answer the Invitation
had a most enjoyable evening.
Last week "our" (and we say that with a broad smile and
contented twinkle In our eyes > track team beat both Jun or
College and Cristobal High. The Green and White was defeated
by a score of 89 to 49. The score of the meet against the Blue
and Gold was 93-25. High-point man for the meet of Balboa
asalnst Cristbal was Ted Norrls with a total of 14Vi points.
(Hows 'bout tellin' us what the quarter point Is for Ted?i
This Friday, a triangular track meet will be held in
the Balboa Stadium. C'mon, kcedos, come watch our track-
slcrs do their stuff. They'll win, if wc re there to support
TEoman Fashion Show was staged by the second-year Latin ^^^ZX^te
Students last Thursday. Trre review of the ancient fashions was f>Tuiner.^or AnnHowze,
luid in Room 116 during fifth period. Angela de la Pena, Faye
T'icker. Joan Sharp. Libbv Bowen, and the others modeled the
s:vle-. lor the ol the first-year Latin students. >
" Hurrah for Bi 1 Joyce's Comprny A! They won the ROTC
six-we:'.:'., competition. Companies B and C were In second and
third place reflectively. .
no, Mr. Sawyer and cast, I haven't forgotten you this
wc- k Tlte plsy, "LaJv in the Dark,'' which you put on for
the general public and the students was very authentic
ini.eeil. You deserve two more curtain calls for your out-
stan(Tin performances.
First wa are sin8 to get a treat tomorrow, then our high
spirits will be brought back to a lower-than-sea level. In the
niorn!ng at 9:30, we will go over to witness the initiation of the
new members In: o the Nat ona! Honor Society. However, this
"h'.n?y" .ling of havin-r mi.sed part of second and third periods
will be darkened again when our homeroom teachers hand out
our rcpoii cards. .
Veil, (I've said it and I'm glad. I sure have been wantin to
use that word now for the last couple paragraphs and now I've
finally given in.) All of next week the halls of EHS wi 1 be dark
and lonely for the 1 ght that makes them the pleasant corridors
that they are will be shut out. The students (lights) wil' spend
next, week as their Easter vacation. Some guys and gals will go
to Santa Clara. Others towall, to other places.
How for all you readers who will pick up next Tuesday s
P.-.nami-American wanting (?a bit optimistic on my part, eh.
what?) to read BHS Notes, you'll find something else In the
allotted space. Ya see, I've been working so hard (?bless my
poor ol' soleI mean, soulwell, either way Is okay 'cause I have
to use my feet to track down the news) that I'll need a vacation
tot, Sooooooenjoy yourself In the mean time, and turn to this
i .u. E.L3 No'.j on Mnrch 27. Happy Easter!!
College Corner
By Martha Irvin
Well at last we've had our first
dance I And a nice dance it was
too. Last Friday night at the 8aii-
flsh Club. It was a semi-formal
affair, with a lot of the Jayceer3
and a goodly crowd from BH3
there. The occasion was "Coach
Beckman Night," and the high
spot of the evening was when
Tom Peterson presented Coach
Beekman with a big gold loving
cup from everybody at J.C. The
Coach is leaving us for the States
on the twenty third of this month,
and he sure will be missed. Good
luck, Coach!
We certainly were glad to see
so many kids from BHS at the
dance, and we hope you BHS'ers
had a good time. We were very
disappointed when Coach Faw-
cett from BHS didn't come. We
thought he was coming, but no
doubt he was unavoidably de-
You JC'ers who went to the
dance owe a word of thanks to
the dance committee. Not only
did tliey have to decorate the
place, but they had to move ta-
bles off the dance floor, wipe ta-
bles and chairs off, put on table
cloths, sweep the floor, find the
lamps etcetera. So the next time
you see Henry Falk Gerl Snod-
C a no/ ( In bhonses
Showing Today
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"A Lady Without Passport"
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them how nice It looked.
Since most of you probably
didn't hear it, I'll tell you that
the Dramatics Class put on a
pretty good radio show last
Sunday night. You people real-
ly ought to start listening to
these shows. The kids are good!
This last one was a story about
"Marjorie Daw," and the folks
In it were Jim Orvis, Jack Ray,
Jerry Raymond, Frank Robin-
son, Larry Parks, Drucllla Mai-
Conned and Ann Howze. It was
pretiy much okay. Of course
Frank's hands were shaking so
much that he could hardly
rear! the script good thing H
wasn't television.
And you should see the Drama-
tics Class now. They haven't be-
gun to worry about memorizing
yet. Now they're worrying about
how to knock people down with-
out knocking them out. L'm talk-
ing about the stage show they're
putting on next month, "See How
They Run." You can't afford to
miss Itit's going to be a riot!
It has everythingglamour girl,
soldier, preacher, maid, old maid.
And Frank will probably start
talking Bajan In the middle of
the second act.
People, even If you haven't
been to one assembly this year,
don't miss the one tomorrow.
It's the talent assembljA-where
local yokels make good. You
know something like that Is
good for laughs. And Jack Ray
is Master of Ceremonies, so
there'll be at least one laugh.
No foolin', it's going to be good.
Well, next week Is vacation, at
long last, and most of the popu-
lation of J.C. Is heading for San-
ta Clara. Hope everybody has a
good time and nobody gets too
C.H.S. News
by Bill Blackburn
School has calmed down after a terrific week of play-pro-
ducing activity. Fans are still talking about "Mother is a Fresh-
Each character did his part well, not to mention the capable
stage crew who produced a keen stage. That black-nd-gold
setting for the prologue was dynamic.
Old disciple Thespis gathered more Into his fold when Pat
Geddes, Jacquie Boyle and Nellie Holgerson were formally In-
ducted as Thespians. The Initiation was held on Thursday
the Strangers' Club.
The National Honor Society members took a test
Thursday to decide which student would be eligible to
take the scholarship test. The Library was the testing
ground. The Honor Society members are: Sandra Ham-
mond, Anna Fisher, Frances Wong, Pat Geddes, Jane
Compton, Nellie Holgerson, Yolanda Diez, Jack Randall,
Albert Attia. Jacquie Boyle, Bill Knott, Francisco Wong
and Henry Wachtel.
Every day after school, the Varsity track boys are out work-
ing hard for. the Triangular track meet which will be held in
the Balboa Stadium on Friday. March 16, 1951 at 7:00 p.m.
Those working oui are Bob Bailey and Bill Blackburn our two
ace shot-putters. George Bennett. Paul Whltlock, and Jack
Alexaltls are others on the active list.
The Intramural Track Meet was held on Strode Field, when
the "Blue," captained by Johnny Allgaier, upset the "Gold" team,
captained by Bill Blackburn, 65-35.
Attention! Attention! students. Imagine Fellowsl Just 51
more school days left. Say. incidentally these statistics were
borrowed from Miss Liter's board calendar.
There's a great day coming. Tomorrow! "Report Card
During the sixth period on Friday the ROTC had
their first official Batallion Review at Mt. Hope Stadium.
The 60th Army Band furnished the music.
Pat Geddes. Battalion Sponsor, Sandra Hammond,
Company "D" Sponsor and Helen Kissam, Sponsor for
Company "E," received their commission from Colonel
Slack, Commander of the Atlantic Sector. The girls look-
ed very trim in the neat navy blue uniforms, complete
with collar insignia.* ROTC sleeve patch, and overseas
caps with ROTC insignia.
The boys looked wonderful thanks to Company
Commanders, Raymond Pinto and Dick Sullivan. The
public is cordially invited and urged to attend these re-
Twenty-nirie applicants could be seen taking the Civil-Ser-
vice test Saturday morning In the typing room. There were two
tests, a ten-minute time test and a general intelligence test,
which lasted two hours altogether. Among the 29 there were
several CHS girls. Some of the girls seen taking the test were:
Jane Comptqn, Mary Simonsson, Nancy Kaufer, Thelma and
Olga Lelgnadler, Beverly, Madison, Pat Geddes. and Elvia Ra-
Silver City Biology
Club Holds Meeting
The Silver City Biology Club of
the S.C.O.H.S., an affiliate of the
Science Clubs of America, met
for the first time since the polio
ban was lifted Thursday evening,
in room No. 1 of the High School.
During the first part of the
meeting, the club planned to take
a course in firs,t-aid as one of
Its future activities, and mem-
bership cards were distributed to
new members.
The latter part of the mee/mg
was spent in viewing and discus-
sing an educational and Interest-
ing Science Service film strip,
"Blood, The Stream of Life."
which was recently received from
the parent body in the United
For the first time, members
were able to observe the strange
behavior of live microscopic
plants and animals through the
use of a micro-projector which
was constructed by the club's
sponsor. Mr. A. C. Greaves and
the members.
formulated at the meeting Thurs-
day night and will be coordina-
ted with the summer athletic
program. Parents of children
who are planning to take advan-
tage of the_program are urged to
attend this meeting and offer
their help. For further informa-
tion call Cocoli gym, 4-324.
Ricardo Montalban will arrive
for a one-day visit here tomor-
row. Accompanied by his wife,
he in on his way north after at-
tending the recent movie festi-
val in Uruguay.
The MGM star's pictures In-
clude "Two Weeks With Love,"
"Neptune's Daughter," and
"Fiesta." He will make no pub-
lic appearances.
It is the privilege of this column to make a very
special anonuncement. Friday of this week the Glee Club
and orchestra under the direction of O. E. Jorstad will
present an assembly program of appropriate Easter mu-
sic at 2:00 p.m. In the auditorium. The public is invit-
Balboa trimmed Cristobal In the track meet Friday after-
noon on Strode Field with a score of 93-27. Manning placed first
in the pole vault, Blackburn came in second for the shot-put,
Sullivan second In the discus. Allgaier and Grace second and
third respectively In the high Jump. Manning third In the 100
>a. dash, McLaughlin second in the 880 yd. dash, Hughes third
hi the high hurdles and Ponder third In the low hurdles.
Don't forget the Triangular Track Meet this Friday night at
Balboa Stadium!
John GARF1ELU Patricia NEAL
till A il'.MO
Thursday "SO YQUNfi. SO BAD"
John WAYNE a) Patricia NEAL
Greatest Story!
Swashbuckling Drama!
John Carroll Adele Mara
Whan a man
>trled to live
by the rules!
.Marie Windsor
Forrest Tucker
Catherine Klotz
Cited For Honors
By Bucknell Dean
LEWISBURG, Pa.. March )3
Miss Catherine E. Klotz of Balboa
Heights, has been cited on the
dean's honors list for scholastic
achievement during the first se-
mester of the current academic
year at Bucknell University.
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Russell L. Klotz, Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone, Miss Klotz Is a se-
nior enrolled In the science course
at Bucknell. She prepared for col-
lege at the Balboa High School.
Only those students who a-
chleve a high average in their
studies are named on the honors
list. A total of 281 men and wom-
en were cited on the list released
David Kelleher
To Receive B. A.
From Bradley U.
PEORA. 111.. Mar. 13 David
Kelleher. son of M. I. Kelleher,
of Balboa, and Mrs. Kelleher. Is
among 179 Bradley University
students who completed require-
ments for degrees at the close of
the semester In February.
Kelleher will receive a bache-
lor o. arts degree. His diploma
will be awarded at regular com-
mencement exercises in June.
While at Bradley, he was a mem-
ber -A the Independents and the
Newman club. He was also active |
in Intramural sports.
Pope Celebrates
12th Anniversary
In Holy Office
rcjME. Mar. 13, (UP) Pope
Pius Xll celebrated the 12th an-
niversary of his coronation yes-
terday by attending Pontifical
Mass In his honor at the Slatine
The entire diplomatic corps ac-
credited to the Holy See, resplen-
dent informal clothes, bright
sashes and medals of. decoration,
was present.
All the cardinals in Rome were
In their place In the Chapel when
the Pope entered wearing a spot-
less white mantle, with a gold
brocaded mitre on his head.
Summer Recreation
Association Will
Meet on Thursday
There will be a meeting of the
Summer Recreation Association
for the West Bank area this
Thursday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Cocoli gym.
At the first meeting Mrs. G.
H. Davis was elected representa-
tive to the Canal Zone Recrea-
tional Association.
Mrs. Davis will make a report
on the Canal Zone Recreational
Association meeting she attend-
The recreation program will be
iicuii mums unit nun
Czech Diplomat
In Switzerland
Resigns Position
BERNE. Mar. 13, (UP) Dr.
Jlrl Brotan, First Secretary of the
Czech Legation here, has resign-
ed his post to protest against tha
arrest In Prague of former Czech
Foreign Minister Vladimir de-
mentis according,to an authori-
tative Government source.
Brotan was not available for
Government sources said Bro-
tan and his wife have asked tha
Swiss government for asylum.
Brotan was formerly demen-
tis' private secretary. The Czech
Legation said he had not been in
his office since the beginning of
March but refused to say why.
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Latest \Jjt^
is his fWfj!
Greatest! ^*/>
King Klown himself
in the merriest
role of his
madcap career!
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Mich* O'SHEA
..fh Miry Andtnon Gar Moon
Mtlnllt Cooetr Frwdi Inncort
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Prefect* ay Mtl E. Chtitti
The picture that wat made with
a gun in iff back!
F.dmond O'Brien Joanne Dm. In
Filmed under Police protection^
a) Alr-ConalUoned
$115.00 in Prises!
Frances Lederer, in
John Wayne. In
Fernando Fernndez Mecha
Barba, In
Charito Granado. In
$200.00 for the Public! al and ( a.aa.
- Alto: -
Dana Andrtwi. In
Lon McAUIttar. in
Woman...I Nudltm.,.1
7:30 p.m.
Linguist, Translator Missionary, Evangelist

6:30 en la Red Panamericana
TUBERA galvanizada
i" r -1" if r
Via Espaa 121 Tel. 3-1503
Doscientos mil soldados aliados
toman parte en ofensiva general
Amenazada la Un 75% de los edificios est
gran base roja
de Hongchong
Ms de 38,000 bajas han
sufrido en los seis das
de ofensiva "asesina"
TOKIO, marzo 13. (UP).
Casi 200 mil soldados de lai Na-
ciones Unidas avanzaron a tra-
vs de Corea en un ofensiva
general que flanque a Chang-
pyong y amenaza a la gran ba-
se comunista de Hongchon.
Los comunistas chinos y co-
reanos, con bajas de mas de
38 mil en seis das se "eva-
ioraron" ante el ataque de la
nfanteria y fuerzas motoriza-
das aliadas. Sin embargo, se es-
pera que los comunistas hagan
frente a lo largo de la linea
de Hongchon, 21 millas al Sur
del Paralelo 38. Anoche se pu-
dieron divisar ms de 1,500 ve-
hculos comunistas llevando re-
fuerzos y abastecimientos hacia
las lineas de combate.
\E1 Octavo Ejrcito est ga-
nando terreno cautelosamente
y *e mantiene en guardia con -
trA cualquier posible contra-
ofensiva que pueda dividir sus
lineas y obligar la retirada. Sin
embargo, la 25a. Divisin nor-
teamericana avanz cuatro mi-
llas ayer y lleg a la carre-
(Pasa a la Pag. S, col. g)
en malas condiciones en Panam
No son condenados
debido a la falla
de las viviendas
La vivienda sigue siendo un
problema en nuestra ciudad en
cuanto a condiciones de segu-
ridad, estructura e higiene, pe-
ro en vez de condenarlas, la
poltica que se est siguiendo
es sah-ar cuanta casa se pue-
La .Comisin de Viviendas,
que est compuesta por el je-
fe de Sanidad, el Ingeniero
Municipal y la Oficina de Se-
guridad, cree que si se apli-
caran todas las reglas de se-
guridad y sanidad de las vi-
viendas, seria necesario conde-
nar el 75 por ciento de los 3,000
edificios bajos control en esta
Se est aplicando el requisi-
to mnimo en la actualidad, de
que las casas que no llenen lo
exigido de un 75 por ciento de
buenas condiciones de seguri-
dad, condenarlas. En este pro-
ceso se condena alrededor de
dos casas por mes.

Don Eduardo de Alba declina
aceptar cargo de Interventor
Don E. Briceo fue nombrado
Don Eduardo de Alba, Oeren- terventor. del Gobierno Naci-
te del Banco Nacional, ha de-
clinado aceptar el cargo de In-
El Secretario de
Relac. Exteriores
Los peridicos ms antiguos
del pas podrn leerse en
la Biblioteca Nal. en Mayo
Los peridicos ms antiguos
de nuestro pas estarn al ser-
vicio del pblico a partir del
mes de mayo probablemente,
cuando se abra al pblico la
ms mod e r n a biblioteca de
nuestros pases latinoamerica-
nos, al reacondiclonar la casa
donde vivi sus ltimos aos
y muri el Presidente Amador.
En esta biblioteca se usaran
los ltimos diseos modernos
para el mobiliario. La hemero-
Sern agasajados por
los periodistas A.
Alemn y A. Arosemena
La Directiva del Sindicato de
Periodistas en reunin celebra-
da al medio dia de hoy resolvi
brindar un agasajo a los ex-
Ministros de Estado Mayor Al-
fredo Alemn y don Alcibades
Arosemena, muy buenos amigos
de todos los periodistas en to-
dos los tiempos.
Este homenaje de los chicos
de la prensa a dos personas
quienes siempre han brindado
su cooperacin al Sindicato con-
sistir en un acto de camarade-
ra, al cual asistirn los miem-
bros de este organismo y algu-
nos Invitados especiales.
Ha sido nombrada una comi-
sin para organizar todo lo con-
cerniente a este homenaje, en
la siguiente forma:
Armando Moreno O. de El Pa-
nam Amrica, Leopoldo More-
no de La Estrella de Panam,
y Rafael Peralta Ortega, por
La Hora.
teca de la Biblioteca Nacional
(biblioteca de peridicos y re-
vistas), pondr al servicio del
pblico, entre otras cosas, los
peridicos y revistas del siglo
pasado y de los primeros aos
de la era republicana entre los
cuales se encuentra El Istmo,
la Biblioteca Nacional de An-
dreve, Nuevos Ritos, Cuasimo-
do, etc.
Habr cuatro mesas rodantes
de lectura de peridicos, algo
que nunca se habia usado an-
tes en nuestro pas, y quiz
en muchos pases latinoameri-
canos. Este es un mueble in-
clinado con ruedas y sillas a-
justadas a la mesa. La persona
toma el peridico y no tiene
que inclinarse para leerlo, vues
la mesa inclinada le facilita
esta tarea y permite la rpida
obtencin de un dato. La es-
tructura del edificio ha sido
salvada para mantener el res-
Traemos a nuestras columna*
ia fotografa del seor don Ju-
lio E. Briceo, quien acaka de
tomar posesin del cargo de
Secretario del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores. El seor
Briceo vena desempeando
el puesta de Administrador
General de Rentas Internas.
Ha sido, coa anterioridad. Se-
cretario de la Embajada de
Panam en Washington, Co-
mandante Primer Jefe de la
Polica Nacional, Ministro de
Panam ante el Gobierno
nacionalista chino.
nal en la Junta Directiva de
la Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nam, 8. A., para el cual fue
nombrado el sbado pasado por
el Ministerio de Hacienda y
Como Interventor ha sido nom-
brado Don Eduardo Briceo, ac-
tual gerente del BUR.
El 8r. de Alba para declinar
su aceptacin, se expresa asi:
Estimo que ma gestiones en
el desempeo de tal cargo, que
en todo momento serian ins-
piradas en obtener la solucin
del problema de la Compaa
Fiduciaria, podran interpretar-
se como interesadas en favore-
cer al Banco Nacional, concep-
to que le haria dao a ste y
al Gobierno, cuya representa-
cin se me confia. La actitud
del Banco Nacional ante las di-
ficultades que ha confrontado
la Compaa Fiduciaria, ha si-
do la de prestar su coopera-
cin para impedir la crisis de
sta, y me parece que dara
lugar a que se pensara de otro
modo si yo aceptara el cargo
a que usted se refiere.
Nmbrame nuevos
Gobernadores para
Veraguas y Herrera
Por Decreto Ejecutivo firmado
ayer, fueron designados los se-
ores Ignacio Loyola Valdcs y
Leonardo Carrizo, Gobernadores
de las Provincias de Veraguas
y Herrera, respectivamente.
Don Ignacio Loyola Valds
reemplaza al Sr. Amable Ruiz y
don Leonardo Carrizo al Sr.
Guillermo Arjona que ocupaban
los cargos de Gobernadores de
Veraguas y Herrera
Otro Decreto del Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia firmado
ayer hizo los siguientes nom-
bramientos en el ramo de Co-
rreos y Telecomunicaciones.
JULIO C. REAL, oficial de la.
Categora en la Administracin
de Correos de Panam, en
reemplazo de Toms Vergara.
de 2a. Categora en la Adminis-
tracin de Correos de Panam,
en reemplazo de Ins Morales,
cuyo nombramiento se declara
cial de 3a. Categora en la Ad-
ministracin de Correos de Pa-
nam, en reemplazo de Maria
Teresa Velarde, cuyo nombra-
miento se declara insubsisten-
Comuniqese y Publiquese.
Dado enl a ciudad de Panam,
a los 13 das del mes de Marzo
de mil novecientos cincuenta y
Arnulfo Arias.
El Mllnstro de Gobierno y
Jos C. de Obalda.
Huelga general en
Buenos Aires hoy
contra La Prensa
Nombrado Director
del Catastro el Sr.
Rodolfo Caslrelln
Esta maana fueron hechos
los siguientes nombramientos
en la Administracin General
de Rentas Internas:
Daniel A. Nota, sub-Admlnls-
peto histrico a"nestro primer! *rador General de Rentas ta-
Presidente, pero el color, luces,' t*"1** en reemplazo de Roose-
. aa -.._-._ unir hiiiAt mo>n nKm kan Htlutit"

Notables avances se logran
en el control de los sitios
donde se manipulan alimentos
etc., llenan finalidades
tecarlas modernas.
En la parte de abajo quedar
la biblioteca infantil con una
fuente luminosa que tiene un
nio leyendo en el patio.
Esta ha sido una
velt hayer, cuyo nombramiento
se declara insubsistente.
Rodolfo Ullses Castrelln, di-
rector del Departamento de In-
mueble y Catastro en reempla-
zo del seor Hlldebrando Rojas
Sucre, quien pasar a ocupar
otro cargo.
Alberto Millares se le ascien-
t.5ia na siao una coopera- fl'w,w "ico c ie scien-
cin amplia del Municipio que ha proporcionado los materia- bre la Renta en reemplazo del
les y de Obras Pblicas que ha sen?r Raul Chevalier, que pa-
puesto la mano de obra y la di- sara a ^"P"1 tr cargo.
reccln tcnica. Los muebles -------~~--------------------------
son confeccionados en nuestro Pnrn In nrpncn cs>
pais. pero con los ltimos pro- w,*# '** K,C,,3U sc
gresos en materia bibllotecaria.
Maniobras de todas clases
sern las que realizarn
en la carretera a Pacora
Los Cuarteles Generales del
Ejrcito de los Estados Unidos
del Caribe anunciaron que se
estn llevando a cabo manio-
bras por unidades disponibles
del ejercito en el rea de Pa-
cora y Chepo de la Repblica
de Panam durante los dias
comprendidos entre el 12 de
marzo y el 7 de abril.
D propsito de dichas ma-
niobras es llevar a la prctica
los principios de tctica que
cubren materias como ataques
coordinados en posiciones orga-
nizadas, actividades de recono-
cimiento y anlisis del terreno,
marchas rudimentarias, guar-
dias extraordinarias nocturnas
para la seguridad del puesto
militar, avanzadas de centine-
las para reconocer secretamen-
te loa movimientos del ene-
migo, actividades de patrullas
como medidas de proteccin y
actividades de inteligencia.
Las unidades que participan
estn divididas en dos fuerzas
la fuerza agresora que simu-
lara un ataque en algn pun-
to dentro de los limites pres-
critos del rea de las manio-
bras y la fuerza defensora que
saldr de sus posiciones para
librar batalla y tratar de des-
trozar a las fuerzas lnvasoras.
Los grupos usarn municio-
nes sin balas y luces de ben-
gala durante las varias etapas
de los ejercicios.
El destacamento de Pacora
de la Polica Nacional de Pa-
nam ha sido informado sobre
dichas maniobras de manera
que el gran nmero de solda-
dos americanos en la zona se-
alada no cause alarma a la
poblacin civil.
pasar la gran
pelcula "Harvey"
Como primicia especial para
la prensa local, el Teatro Lux,
exhibir el jueves a las 10 a.m.,
la maravillosa comedia que
constituye actualmente la sen-
sacin en los Estados Unidos:
"Harvey", basada en la obra
teatral del mismo nombre, ga-
nadora del Premio Pulitzer.
"Harvey", con James Stewart
de estrella principal, tiene un
tema delicioso que bordea lo
fantstico y lo real, siendo ex-
quisitamente humana.
Su reciente estreno en los Es-
tados Unidos ha encontrado la
acogida ms calurosa por par-
te de la critica, jams tribu-
tada a pelcula alguna. Y ha
venido a entrar a ltima hora,
en la competencia por los m-
ximos honores del ao, que de-
cidir a fines de este mes la
Academal de Hollywood.
El estreno local de "Harvey",
que se efectuar desde el dia
22 de marzo en los Teatros Lux
y Cecilia, coincidir con el es-
treno del mismo film en 30
otros pases del mundo.
Circulacin pagada ayer
La Oficina de Sanidad de Pa -
ama inform hoy a uno de
nuestros redactores que se ban
logrado grandes avances en la
mejora de los establecimientos
que expiden y manipulan ali-
mentos, principalmente en las
Las mejoras en estas esta-
blecimientos han ocurrido prin-
cipalmente en los de la cate-
gora media e inferior. Las fr-
f risqueras sobre todo han re-
cibluo gran impulso, y se ha le-
grado muchas reformas. Esta
campaa que se inici en Julio
de 1549, alcanz su mximo de
eficiencia en Julio de 1950, en
lo cual se puede considerar io-
nio una labor educativa y 11- tenaz y gradual-
los kioscos removlbles que re-
presentan uno de los gran.-ie?
prob.cmas sanitarios puesto cue
no pueden ofrecer la debida ga-
rants de una verdadera con-
dicin higinica, han recibido
fuertes restricciones. En estos
estaoleclmlentos no se permiti-
r e ninguna manera la ven-
ta e productos que se presten
para el manoseo o la contami-
nacin constante. Todo los po-
di'ctos que se vendan alli it-
bern ser empaquetados o en-
vasados en las mismas fbri-
cas, ellos no podrn empaque-
tar nada. En esta forma se
quiere, por lo menos, reducir
No se separar de
la Alcalda el Lie.
A. Vega Mndez
El Seor Alcalde del Distrito,
Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, entre-
g esta maana a la prensa las
siguientes declaraciones:
Dado el estado de Inquietud
que en la ciudad Capital han
provocado los eternos enemigos
del pueblo y del rgimen que
preside el Dr. Arnulfo Arias he
decidido abstenerme de hacer uso
del derecho de vacaciones pa-
ra dedicarme por entero a la
recta administracin de justicia
y a la defensa en todo terrero
del actual gobierno.
Por temperamento y por ex-
periencia soy enemigo de las
perscuclones y atropellos y es-
toy dispuesto a cumplir con la
Constitucin y las leyes dndo-
le garantas a todos los ciuda-
danos en el uso de las liber-
tsdes pblicas, peso asi mismo,
manifiesto, categricamente a
mis adversarios polticos, an
cuando sean amigos personales,
que ser enrgico e inflexible
en la aplicacin de las sancio-
(UP). La huelga general de
quince minutos contra La
Prensa, auspiciada por la Con-
federacin. General del Traba-
jo, est lista para iniciarse hoy
a las 3 de la tarde, en apoyo
a la Unin de Vendedores de
Diarlos, quienes han mante-
nido cerrada La Prensa desde
el 26 de enero.
Mientras tanto, el Ministro
de Trabajo recibi una comu-
nicacin de 13 pginas firma-
da por los empleados de La
Prensa, en la cual ellos le pi-
den que declare pblicamente
que no existe disputa alguna
entre el peridico y sus 1,500
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente en relacin con el edi-
torial del 12 de los corrientes
de un diario de la localidad,
quiere dejar constancia de que
los cargos que alli se le hacen
son inexactos porque el dia de
su primera sesin, el 19 de fe-
brero ltimo, aprob por una-
nimidad la siguiente mocin:
"La Comisin Legislativa
Comunicar al rgano Ejecu-
tivo fue en eata fecha se ha
instalado y que se encuentra
lista para dar cumplimiento in-
mediato a la expedicin del
Presupuesto de Rentas y Gas-
tos y del plan correspondiente
de Obras Pblicas, de confor-
midad eon lo establecido en el
articulo 123, ordinal 5o. de la
Constitucin Nacional".
Conviene hacer presente que
la Iniciativa corresponde al r-
gano Ejecutivo y que, en con-
secuencia, mientras no se re-
mita a dicha Comisin el Pre-
supuesto de Rentas y Gastos
de 1950 para aprobarlo, con o
sin modificaciones, la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente nada
puede hacer al respecto.
Panam, 13 de Marzo de 1951
El Presidente,
Heraclio Barletta.
El Secretarlo,
Safcaatln Was.
Lamenta Poveda
el Incidente con el
Embalador Castro
El cierre de La Prensa
tiene muy desfavorables
repercusiones en E. U.
Edward Miller J. declara que explic el dao qm
ello cansa ante la opinin pblica
WASHINGTON. Mar. 13 Los funcionarlos en Wash-
ington creen que Edward Mi-
ller, Secretario de Estado Ad-
junto para asuntos latinoame-
ricanos, quien asisti a la to-
ma de posesin del Presidente
del Uruguay, celebr en ese
pais "entrevistas constructivas"
al igual a las que tuvo en San-
tiago d- Chile y Ro de Ja-
Entrevistado por los periodis-
tas, Miller dijo que el motivo
primordial de su viaje fu asis-
tir a la toma de posesin de
Martnez Trueba en Uruguay.
Al parecer, su insistencia a re-
ferirse a ste carcter de su
viaje fu para ludir la gra-
nizada de preguntas acerca
La Prensa de Buenos Aires.
Se ha sabido que Miller ha
prestado mayor atencin a las
discusiones respecto al cobre
entre Estados Unidos y Chile.
Tambin se dice que ha de-
clarado que considera muy
buenas las perspectivas de di-
chas negociaciones.
la Conferencia de Cancilleres
Americanos que se celebrar
prximamente en Washington.
Por otra parte, sin embargo,
se tiene entendido que Miller
estima que los funcionarlos ar- |
gentinos no comprenden plena-
mente el hecho de que el Go-
bierno de Estados Unidos ten-
dra dificultades para coope-
rar con el Gobierno argentino
como consecuencia de la acti-
tud de este ltimo respecto a
(Pasa It Pit 8 Col. 7> *
Los periodistas son
invitados a buffet
por Coln Prospera
El Comit Coln Prospera y
el Organizados de la Feria da
Coln tendrn maana en lay.L
noche, a las ocho, en el Clu'
Monaco una reunin para tra-
tar de la Feria Comercial, In-
. dustrial, y Agropecuario de Ca-
W:S"d.M OT"!8?.80: ln bre el cierre de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires, Miller dijo que
las repercusiones adversas del
cierre de la misma en la opi-
nin pblica norteamericana
ha limitado la capacidad del
Gobierno de los Estados Uni-
dos para continuar sus esfuer-
zos de cooperacin con Argen-
tina. Dijo que estos esfuerzos
haban estado produciendo re-
sultados constructivos hasta
hace poco.
Esferas autorizadas manifes-
taron que Miller encontr en-
tre los funcionarlos argentinos
en su reciente visita a Buenos
Aires, una actitud amistosa ha-
cia los Estados Unidos y deseo
de cooperar con este pais en
mes de mayo.
Esta es la primera feria o
el pais que est siendo plani-
ficada por los estudiantes Ami
la Universidad de Panam.
Esta redaccin ha recibido,
al efecto, el siguiente telegra-
ma que agradecemos:
COLON, Marzo 12 de 1951
Director de
"El Panam Amrica",
Redactores ese diarlo quedan
invitados buffet que ofrecemos
Mircoles a las 8 p.m. Jardini
Monaco para tratar temas jaH
alclonados nuestra Feria v TrTl
Comit Caln Prospera
nes que seala la ley cuando se
el peligro para la salud de la haga mal uso de tales 11-
Estudian E.U. lluevas medidas
para iniciar ofensiva contra
la influencia del comunismo
NUEVA YORK, marzo 13. -
(UP) Washington est conside-
rando nuevas medidas para mi-
ciar su ofensiva contra el co-
munismo. Una de estas medi-
das es el plan del Consejo A-
sesor de Desarrollo Internacio-
nal de Nelson Rockefeller, me-
diante el cual el capital pri-
vado norteamericano gastara de
cuatro a cinco mil millones de
dlares y el Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos otros mil mi-
llones para ayudar a las reas
no desarrolladas.
La teora es que al hacer
las condiciones de vida me-
jores en esas reas, el comu-
nismo no tendr paso. El Se-
nador William Benton quiere
ampliar "La Voz de Amrica".
gastando 500 millones de d-
lares en lugar de 60 millones.
pero un estudiante de propa-
ganda de la Universidad de
Nueva York, el doctor Sidney
Hook, cree que la propaganda
norteamericana no ataca al co-
munismo con la fuerza necesa-
ria. Por lo tanto, no se trata
de dinero sino de mtodos.
El doctor Hook propone un
plan de acercamiento sin sen-
saclonalismos. La propaganda
norteamericana esta limitada
actualmente a decirle al resto
del mundo sobre los medios de
vida norteamericanos, y sns
propsitos. De acuerdo con
Hook, esto es perder el tiempo
Dgase lo que se diga a los
pueblos de Europa y Asia sobre
los mtodos de vida norteame-
ricanos no cambiarn sus pun-
(Paaa a la Pit Col. 7)
En relacin con noticia apa-
recida en la edicin de hoy de
la Estrella de Panam, el Ins-
pector General de la Polica
Secreta Nacional, Lie. Juan de
Dios Poveda, hizo a "El Pana-
m-Amrica" las siguientes de-
claraciones; sobre un inciden-
te suscitado entre miembros de
la Polica 8ecreta Nacional y el
Embajador de Venezuela, don
Enrique Castro Gmez, en la
noche del sbado pasado:
"Soy el primero en lamentar
el enojoso incidente suscitado
en la noche del sbado con el
Embajador de Venezuela, don
Enrique Castro Gmez. Una
cuidadosa Investigacin reali-
zada por mi estableci que el
momento en que se identific
el Embajador les fueron reco-
nocidos los privilegios y atri-
butos de su alto rango diplo-
mtico. Esta maana har una
visita ai Embajador de Vene-
zuela, don Enrique Castro G-
mez, para darle las explicacio-
nes del caso y presentarle las
excusas e.i nombre da la Ins-
titucin que dirijo, por este In-
cidente que soy el primero en
Cumpliendo pena de
15 das est en la
Modelo Hugo Vctor
De acuerdo con comunicado
enviado por el Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia a la Corte Su-
prema el seor Hugo Vctor, se
encuentra actualmente deteni-
do en la Crcel Modelo de esta
ciudad cumpliendo la pena de
15 dias que le impuso el seor
Alcalde del Distrito.
Dicha comunicacin del Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia
Se espera que en pocos das j
se hab*i* vacunado contra la
viruela unas 70.000 personas
Se crey en un tiempo que
las personas a las cuales les
habia dado viruela, no les da-
ra ms y que la vacunacin
dura'oa por diez aos. En este
respecto nos inform el Dr. Fo-
rrest Brown, Jefe de Sanidad
de ja ciudad de Panam, q :e
"en el ejrcito norteamrlcano
de Asia, un hombre que ape-
nas tena cinco aos de vacu-
nado adquiri viruela. La in-
munizacin es relativa y el pe-
rodo se ha venido reduclei.iio
de siete, a cinco, a tres, que ~s
lo que hoy se recomienda- Va-
cunarse cada tres aos".
El plan de vacunacin acti'al
comprende tres equipos traba-
jando simultneamente en dis-
tinta reas de la ciudad o,ue
se ha dividido en 10 distritos
repartidos en los sectores des-
pus del ferrocarril, hacie el
centio del Chorrillo. Los tre e-
quipos de vacunadores se mue-
ven en direccin al Pala-io
H^y estuvieron vacunando un
grupo en la Alcalda. Y en -i
da de ayer haban alcanzado
la r.irca de 2,000 vacunaciones
En pocos das, la Oficina de
SniJad espera alcanzar la mar-
ca de 80.000 a 80,000 vacunacio-
nes, excluyendo los menores Hc
un ao que son inmunlzauos
Est en Panam
el sacerdote
Jos Saavedra L.
Se encuentra en Panam el
Padre Jos 8aavedra Losada,
Comendador de la Orden de
Nuestra Seora de la Merced,
residente en Madrid.
El P. Saavedra est reall
zando un viaje por todos los
pases hispanoamericanos para-t
dar a conocer que en la capi-
tal de Espaa, por Iniciativa da'
los representantes diplomticos*
de Amrica, se est erigiendo)
el Hogar Hispanoamericano en
el que se Instalarn un Centro
de Cultura y un Centro Reli-
gioso, que en todo momen-
to estarn al servicio dsf
los pueblos de Iberoamrica, i
de las Misiones Diplomticas '
acreditadas en Espaa, de las
colonias americanas all resi-
dentes, lo mismo que de las
colonias espaolas residentes '
en Amrica.
Segn Informacin que no*
proporcion el P Saavedra, eB
el Centro Je Cultura habr las
i siguientes secciones: un Mu-
dent.o de los primeros I seo de Arte especialmente re-
Pasa ia Pac S Jal >
dias de nacidos.
Se intensificar la campaa
contra la lectura de libros
y de revistas pornogrficas
La Alcalda de este Distrito pena mnima de B.15.00 apil-
en asocio de otras autoridades candle el articulo 9 de tal de-,
, y organismos intensificarn la! creto 97.
al Presidente de la Corte Supre- campaa contra la lectura por- Las ediciones Alhambra han
ma obedece a una nota enviada nogrflca que en forma indeco- quedado totalmente prohibidas.
por el Magistrado de la Guar-
dia y dirigida al Ministro para
que se informara si el seor Hu-
go Victor estaba detenido en la
Crcel Modelo.
Junta de Control
de Precios debe
reunirse maana
Se reunir maana en la ma-
ana la Junta de Control de
Precios para tomar medidas
contra el alza de precios.
La Junta debi reunirse hoy
rosa se viene hasta exponiendo y en Correos stas y las anterlo-
en los puestos de lectura y que res sern decomisadas y des-
han invadido escuelas y salones truidas, a los Introductores sa-
cie belleza. i les ha ordenado suspender S
La ltima de esas revistas que introduccin so pena de multa,
han sido puestas al margen de Se sabe que estas revistas han
la ley es la Revista Vodevill, estado circulando clandestlna-
qulncenarlo habanero. Vodevill mente entre el estudiantado,
se ha encontrado en algunos sa- pero no ha sido posible obte-
lones de bellezas, lo cual se con-1 ner la cooperacin de stos para
sldera de un efecto altamente localizar los puntos clandestinos
El Comit Municipal de Asun-
tos Sociales de la Alcalda,
creado por el decreto nmero 97
de 29 de Junio de 1950, en el
mes de octubre dl su primera
de venta, por lo que se estable-
cern mtodos drsticos par
quebrar esta malsana propagan-,
La Junta Municipal de asun-
tos sociales la componen ^^^H
despus de haber estudiado los batida contra Tab. Natura, t>o- ca Iriarte por la Junta Muni-.
informes rendidos por los ma-
yoristas y los minoristas. 1
pais entero est pendiente de
esta reunin en la cual se sen-
tarn pautas que estabilicen la
vida nacional.
ta Roja, Eros y Venus, todas cipal de Educacin. Evangallgj
estas revistas que "por conside- Vda. de Zubieta. DirecflBT
rarlas como lectura perjudicial1 Escuelas Primarlas. Salu
para la moral de la ciudadana.' Chacn. Radio. Euloia R.
y en particular para la niez" se! Arlas, Federacin de Padi
impondr a quien las venda una' (rasa a la Pag. I Cal

Los ltimos acontecimientos de importancia
mundial parecen indicar una mayo:* firmeza en la
poltica de resistencia a los propsitos del Krem-
lin. Las discusiones que haban surgido en Esta-
dos Unidos y Europa llevaban al nimo del hom-
bre de la calle que poco o nada poda hacerse pa-
ra detener a Rusia en la Europa occidental. Aho-
ra la opinin se inclina claramente en sentido dis-
tinto. Vale la pena hacer un brevsimo resumen
de lo ocurrido.
Hace algunos das el gobierno de Mosc de-
bi sentirse estimulado por razn de las afirma-
ciones que jefes del partido republicano de los Es-
tados Unidos hicieron a efecto de que no deban
enviarse tropas a Europa. Estimaban stos que ello
envolvera un sacrificio estril, pues tal es el pode-
ro militar de Rusia que en pocos das quedaran
destruidas todas las fuerzas que pudieran aportar
las naciones del Pacto del Atlntico. En otras pa-
labras, se alegaba que los Estados Unidos deban
abandonar a Europa a su propia suerte. Por su
parte, las democracias europeas haban cado en
una actitud mental de pesimismo.
Vino despus el Libro Blanco de Yugoeslavia
en el que se concretan los cargos que el Mariscal
Tito ha venido haciendo contra Rusia y sus sat-
lites. Se ha demostrado as que el peligro existe
y tjue Yugoeslavia est dispuesta a luchar a todo
Rusia, a su turno, est tomando medidas para
castigar a los comunistas que en sus opiniones de-
jen traslucir sentimientos nacionalistas, es decir
que pongan en duda la autoridad suprema que se
ha arrogado el Soviet. Tal medida ha de traer
cierta inquietud en los pases satlites donde no
se haya ahogado totalmente el patriotismo.
"^- En esta confusin se ha hablado de la proba-
bilidad de la ruptura abierta de hostilidades en la
primavera de este ao. Los preparativos de guerra,
y con ellos la ansiedad de la poblacin civil en Eu-
ropa, han ido aumentando. Los Estados Unidos
abiertamente se han colocado,- en estado de emer-
gencia para hacer frente a la situacin, cualquie-
ra que ella sea. Con todo, ha existido la duda de
*i el concurso de los I-Mudos Unidos para la gue-
rra en Europa deba ser netamente simblico.
'Probablemente esa duda debe desaparecer aho-
ra. El General Eisenhower declar ayer ante una
Comisin del Senado de los Estados luidos que si
se envan a Europa doce divisiones, Rusia no po-
dra derrotarlas. Agreg, adems, que si Rusia
ataca a las democracias en Europa, los Estados
Unidos deberan hacer uso de todos sus recursos,
inclusive el de la bomba atmica.
Sin duda alguna las declaraciones aludidas del
General Eisenhower han de producir un efecto be-
nfico para las democracias, puesto que disiparn
las conjeturas pesimistas que han venido formuln-
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NOVSIMO teatro
Vivimos los dias del derrum-
bamiento de la pera. La pera
es un espectculo que pas, que
no resiste ms golpes. Y nada
menos que la Metropolitan Ope-
ra Company de Nueva York,
nos da el signo de la poca.
El -fracaso de la temporada
1950-1951 ha sido definitivo. Se
necesitan nada menos que
$750.000 para librar a la pera,
a la pera por excelencia, la
del Metropolitan, de su desas-
En rigor ello debia producir
en mi nimo cierta decepcin
una ms... cierta melan-
cola. Pero me quedo tan fres-
co, por completo indiferente. Y
es que declaro, sin ambajes ni
rodeos, que a mi me encan-
ta la msica pero la pera, por
lo general, me aburre de una
manera definitiva. Yo no re-
sisto un "Tropvador", ni una
"Sonmbula", ni unos '-Purita-
nos", ni un "Bailo ln Masche",
ni tantas otras partituras la-
mentables, asi me las canten
fenmenos de la voz.
Y dir ms. Las mismas pe-
ras de Wagner no las tolero
en su integridad. Ello no quie-
re decir que en parte las "Wal-
kirias", 'Sigfredo", "El ocaso de
los dioses" no constituyan m-
sica maravllosa y que an me
deleita. Me refiero al conjunto.
a las tres horas y media, a
las cuatro horas, sentado en
una butaca de un teatro de-
dicado a atender al desarrollo
de una accin dramtica lent-
sima. Todava me placerla es-
cuchar un "Tristan e Iseo",
quiz un "Don Juan" de Mozart
y tal ve/, cerrara los ojos para
saborear la msica tan slo.
Pero los cuatro actas de "Ada"
o los de "La Africana" que los
resista quien tenga valor para
La Metropolitan Opera House
naci en 1883. Su periodo bri-
llante, el de Arturo Toscanlni
como Director de Orquesta, el
de Oatti-Casazza como empre-
sario, el de la Geraldlne Farrar
y Enrico Caruso, signific bas-
tante. En aquellos dias los mi-
llonarios, los autnticos millo-
narios de finales del siglo XIX,
los Margan y los Vanderbilt, los
Rockefeller y los Mellon y los
Field y tantos otros de las
Inenarrables doscientas fami-
lias de la Quinta Avenida, la
aristocracia del dlar, atendan
a las prdidas del Metropolitan.
Hoy no hay millonarios para
las prdidas de la pera.
Y qu ocurrir? Ocurrir que
la pera tendr que descen-
der de su alto plano y popu-
larizarse. Para sobrevivir, cam-
biar. La nueva vida exige otros
mtodos. Al frente de la ad-
ministracin del Metropolitan
est Rudolf Blng. Por primera
vez esta temporada ha sido el
administrador de esa enorme
empresa. Y ha transformado el
sistema. Nada de cantar peras
en Italiano: hoy se canta en
el Metropolitan en ingls o si
usted quiere, amigo lector, en
norteamericano. La divertida,
una de las pocas divertidas
peras. "Die Fledermaus", de
Strauss, se ha traducido, por
lo menos en parte, a la len-
gua inglesa. Ahora ya no es
Toscaninl el director ni nin-
guno de sus sucesores, las ba-
tutas consagradas: dirige la
pera del Metropolitan Laszlo
Halasz, que ha sido director de
pera barata. "Los cuentos de
Hoffman" han penetrado en el
repertorio y entrarn "The Me-
dium", un triunfo de los tea-
tros de Broadway y tambin
The Consul" De estos dos ti-
tulos se han hecho hasta pe-
lculas. Cundo el Metropolitan
! ha admitido esto? El Metropo-
litan de Caruso y de Titta Ru-
I fo, de Chapliaplne y de QIUI, se
aproxima a la cinematografa.
Marguerite Piazza se ha cons-
usando desodorantes ineficaces
l Detiene rpidamente, tin
peligro, el sudor.
Hace desaparecer inmaliulm-
mente el olor del sudor.
f Lo ofrece completa pro-
leccin de un a Ires da*.
/ No irrita la piel normal-
puede nsarla a diario.
5 .No mancha ni daa la ropa.
6 Nunca se aeea ni se pona
arenosa, romo loa desodo-
rantes ordinarios.
7 fia e rrasosa. ae desvanece
" Uiliunn de mmjere wan contentsimas a
El desodorante sin par
Delicias del Trnsito
Si no le molesto seorita---- ahora voy a bajar.
La Base de Argentia guarda
varas Rutas de Amrica
Por Rupert Jackson
(N. A. N. A.i
ARGENTIA, Terranova. Mar-
zo 13 (EPS) La estacin na-
val norteamericana existente e-
t,ui, que es la que guarda ms
rulas hacia hi Amrica del Not
te, est siendo objeto de una
expansin de las comunicacio-
nes radiogrficas que coscara
un milln y cuarto de dolare-
El nuevo sistema sera trt^
veces ms rpido que el acuual
y el cambio se har sin que M
interrumpa por un momento ti
Esta estacin naval tiene es-
pecial importancia como cenote
tic comunicaciones. Es la aase
norteamericana ms septenVo-
nal, que vigila particularmente
lab regiones rticas. Posee ca-
lieres suficientes para construir
un barco entero, de la quilla
a los mstiles.
Eu posicin geogrfica le da
un papel preponderante coa" o
base avanzada para los oai-
cos de guerra y escuadrillas a--
tituido en estrella. No se ha-
bla de Verdi ni de Mozart ni
de Wasner ni de Meyerbeer:
se habla de Gian-Carlo Me-
nottl. el autor de "The Me-
dium". ,
Se impone un nuevo sistema.
Alguien me dir: lo derrotado
ha sido el aburrimiento. Y ten-
dr razn. Confieso que meoho
aburrido mucho en los teatros
de la pera en mi vida. Hace
dos aos nada ms asist a
una representacin del "Don
Carlos", de Verdi, en la pe-
ra de Miln, en la clsica Sea-
la, casi me dormi. Es verdad
que asist tambin a dos repre-
sentaciones del "Pelleas et Mi-
llsande", de Debussy y me di-
vert extraordinariamente: va-
yase lo uno por lo otro.
La msica es la msica y la
pera es la pera. Me sigue
encantando la msica, un buen
concierto por una buena or-
questa: una sesin de msica
de cmara dentro de mis pre-
dilecciones. Pero huyo de las
salas donde se ofrece la pe-
ra. O escojo muy a mi gusto
esas peras para resistirlas.
Por eso he escrito al comen-
zar esta nota que el fracaso del
Metropolitan no me preocupa.
Como tampoco el gnero al que
se consagrar en el futuro. Se
ha ido una poca y se ha lle-
vado con ella la pera de los
No se ha perdido gran cosa.
Mire al futuro de sus hijos y asegrelos eon
un lote de terreno. Para llevar esto a la realidad,
ingrese en nuestro CI.l'B DE LOTES y tenga la
suerte de ganrselo con slo B/3.00 semanales.
CA. de lefevre, s. a.
Calle "A" No. 3
Telfono 2-3331
reas que protegen las aguas cul
"En caso de una guerra, esta
estacin pasara de su estado
actual al de una base de ope-
raciones en un tiempo exat-
madamente corto", dice su co-
mandante, el capitn D O. D
nano. "Durante la ltima gu
ira mundial Argentia desem-
pe una parte muy importan-
te en la batalla del Atlntico
contribuyendo en no poca me-
dida al rltunfo, como base ue
aprovisionamiento y para la re-
paracin de barcos y aerova-
Si estallara una nueva ge-
a, Argentia tendra una '.a-
rta todava ms importante, c---
ino base avanzada que proiege
ei norte del continente. Sus w.>-
talaciones estn listas pa.
cualquier emergencin. En su.s
actdromos aterrizan mil avio-
nes mensualmente y tienen -a
paridades para un nmero an
Si llegara ese caso, la cues-
tin de las comunicaciones ten-
d la una importancia tras.<.ii-
tienlal, y esa es una de las rav>
zones del cambio que se esti
Bsta base se mantienen en
comunicacin directa y cons-
tante con Washington, mante-
niendo contacto tambin cun
los barcos y aeroplanos, que re-
corren las rutas transatlnticas.
Otros circuitos menores enlazan
as costas canadienses y de Te-
rranova, asi como otras bases
en distintos puntos de Canuo
y el rtico.
Segn los expertos, esta r_-
gion es ideal para las comuni-
caciones radiogrficas, ya qi'e
no existen las Interferencias
que se notan en los centros ci-
vilizados. El sistema
ti abaja tanto en ondas conti-
nuas como en circuito de teie-
Pero los aparatos actuales no
son suficientemente potente."
para evitar que sean acallados
por otras ms poderosas, y es-
to es lo que se trata de evitar
con la expansin que se 11c a
a cabo-
Argentia est situada en una
Con mortadela se
intoxicaron en
Coln 3 personas
COLON, Marzo 13 (J. B.)
Vctimas de intoxicacin se en-
cuentran hospitalizados en el
Amador Guerrero la seora Sil-
via Brayan, panamea de ofi-
cios domsticos con residencia
en Avenida Amador Guerrero
8127 cuarto 5, altos y sus dos
hljitos Raquel Belgrave, de 5
aos de edad y Vicente Belgra-
ve, de tres aos.
Segn declaracin de la se-
ora Brayan, ayer como a las
9 a.m. envi a su hljlta a com-
prar mortadela para desayu-
narse y que como a las 11 a.m.
se empez a sentir mal del es-
tmago y con ganas de vomi-
tar. Hora y media despus le
acompaaban en el malestar
sus dos hljitos. Los vecinos al
darse cuenta del mal estado de
esta familia, decidieron trasla-
darlos al hospital, donde reci-
bieron buena atencin mdica.
En ata seccin daremos cabida a todas a|NilH cartas
que ae nos dirijan, Mbra tpico* de lateros fcnoraJ,
que no sean demasiado exteaaa*.
Panam, marzo 12 de 1951
Sr. Director de
Sr. Director:
Nosotros salvadoreos y Cen-
troamericanos demcratas, que-
Presenta resolucin
de amistad a Rusia
Senador de EE. UU.
WASH.lGTON, Marzo (UP)
(UoiHi El Senador Brien
McMahon declara que procura-
ra una pronta accin sobre la
resolucin que present recie.i-
temente al Senado en la que se
expresa la amistad del pubio
de los Estados Unidos por el
pueblo de la Unin Sovitica
La resolucin ha sido respal-
dada por 23 senadores de los
dos grandes partidos politices
americanos. Una resolucin 1-
dntlca fue presentada en a
Cmara de Representante.).
McMahon dijo que esperaba
que la resolucin ser transmi-
tida desspus de. que el Senador
acte sobre el proyecto de y
relativo a las fuerzas militares
y a las resoluciones sobre el u-
so de las fuerzas terrestres de
los Estados Unidos en Euro.ia.
Se espera que esta accin tenga
lugar pronto.
pennsula baja "que estuvo a \
punto de ser una isla". No nay'
nada a su alrededor que o
soiba o interrumpa las onoas
de radio, lo cual le da ventajas
Este factor, combinado con
la instalacin de aparatos ms
poderosos, permitir que la ci-
tacin pueda comunicarse con
cualquier punto del punto a
cualquier hora.
Reunin especial
El Local 900 del GCEOC-CIO,
desea recordarle a todos los
empleados civiles de las Fueras
Armadas de una reunin espe-
cial que tendr lugar en el Pa-
cific Clubhouse el martes 13 de
margo, a las 7.30 p.m.
Ed. Welsh, Representante In-
ternacional del CIO. dar un
reporte de las entrevistas man-
tenidas con el Teniente General
William H. H. Morris Jr., Co-
mandante Primer Jefe de la Ar-
mada de Estados Unirlo.; en el
Caribe, y con el Almirante Al-
bert M. Bledsoe, Comandante
del i5th, Naval District, planea-
das para el martes a las lo de la
Las entrevistas con el Mayor
General Ray E. Porter, Coman-
dante General de la Armada de
los Estados Unidos en el Caribe
y el Brlg. Gen. Emil C Kiel,
Comandante General del Carib-
bean Air Command, tambin
ha sido solicitadas.
Los empleados que aswlan a
esta reunin, tendrn la opor-
tunidad de exponer al Local, 900
los problemas que les estn afee
tando en susr espectivas areas
de trabajo.
remos establece? que todos !os
comunicados del Gobierno sal-
vadoreo sobre supuestos actos
subversivos constituyen actos
de provocacin contra el mo-
vimiento democrtico de ese
hermano pas.
Ya el tirano Hernndez Mar-
tinez se vali de ese sucio ar-
gumento y hoy los discpulos
de Franco y Compaa en El
; Salvador, se valen de l, para
; seguir enterrando la democra-
cia y elevar a los 55,000 pa-
I trlotas asesinados desde 1931
hasta la actualidad. Se ha di-
cho que todos estos asesinatos
se han hecho por el delito de
ser comunistas. Pero todo eso
es falso porque si bien entre
ellos han habido comunistas,
stos han sido pocos, pero. si
en su mayora escritores, poe-
tas, abogados, mdicos, milita-
rea, centenares de estudiantes,
obreros, y fundamentalmente
campesinos sin partido.
Como hombres que creemos
en las libertades de expresin
y que estamos contra la tira-
na y los asesinatos, pedimos
al Gobierno de El Salvador que
sea franco y revele sus planes
siniestros que tiene tras esta
tramoya antlcomunlst.
Es que quiere nuevamente
llenar los campos de Cusca-
tln de sangre de patriotas?...
se equivoca el Presidente Oso-
rio. Ese cuento del comunismo
tiene que cesar; el pueblo sal-
vadoreo y las fuerzas demo-
crticas del mundo ya no son
las del ao de 1931.
No negamos que hay milita-
rotes sargentones, colegas del
Presidente Osorlo que quieran
echarlo abajo, en este caso que
se castigue a los legtimos cul-
pables para que se haya res-
petar la Constitucin NacionaL
Pero que no se tome de pre-
texto esto para asesinar, atre-
pellar o sacar del pas a los
demcratas salvadoreos.
Pedimos que el actual Go-
bierno de El Salvador, permita
al Gobierno de Costa Rica y
Guatemala envien una comi-
sin de cuatro para que' in-
vestiguen el "Complot Comu-
nista" para apoderarse del Go-
bierno salvadoreo y asegura-
mos que todos los comunicados
del Gobierno caern en el ri-
diculo y en la ms cinlca far-
Denunciamos que el pueblo
salvadoreo est Bajo el peli-
gro de la ms violenta repre-
sin y hacemos un llamado a
todos los hombres de buenos
sentimientos estn alerta a exi-
gir respeto a la democracia
de El Salvador.
Bta SantaUra, Cd. 47-1M3;
Rafaela Maria Peart de N., Cd.
47-36178; J. Napolen Nattvi,
Cd. 8-1*4X8; Iahua Garca, 7
siguen ms firmas.
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Listos, preparativos para la
Conferencia de Cancilleres
tos en que el Ministro de Reaciones Exteriores, doctor Carlos
N. Brin, impone la condecoracin de la Orden de Vasco N-
r r> Balboa al Embajador del Ecuador en Panam, don
Csar Coloma Silva, quien abandonar el jueves nuestro pas
con rumbo a su nuevo destino.
Hay dificultades
para organizar
grandes logias
LONDRES, Marzo 13 (UP)
La Junta de Asuntos Cieneaios
tic la Masonera Britnica, la
ms alta autoridad adminis-
trativa y judicial de la Masu
ncria mundial, indic que 1.a
habido algunas dificultades, ya
resueltas, en la organizacin in-
terna de las Orandes Logias ue
Chile y otros pases suramer.-
Orestes Frodden, Gran Maes-
tro de Chile, fu invitado a ir
a Londres "para tratar aeeica
aigunos puntos de la constitu-
cin de la Gran Logia de Chi-
le, que preocupan en Lonche,".
Aparte de esta nota olida!, se
sabe que se encuentra en Lon-
dres, con el mismo objeto e'.
Gran Maestro del Uruguay.
Frodden estuvo en LonUres
Ires semanas, y sall para Ch.i-
e despus de dar nuevas se-
guridades a la Gran Logia i.--
tnica. Eh- informe de la Junta
dice que despus de una enut-
vista de cinco horas con Frod-
aen, la "Junta est convenci-
da que la Masonera chilena es
completamente regular y se 1~
llegad* a un "completo enten-
La Junta amblen Inform qre
entre 1941 y 1950, las Logias e>i
Chile han aumentado de 5,141
a 6,341, y que dueante el ao
pasado se expidieron 23,229 cer-
tificados por la Gran Logia-
Doloresen las Articulaciones Pueden
ser causados por Rones Cansados
SI m altnte uited indlapureto, o tie- I eetlmularte ir lo* rlflonea y paliativa
qua levantarla d noche, o padece Pra la, Irritacin funcional d la rr-
".I >' urlnarlaa an aatado da
acide ta Cyata, preparado cientfico,
que ea una receta medica. Cantara:
y centenarea de caaoa en loa archlvoa
da eatoe mdicos, prueban qua aal ea.
I* primera doali de Cyitax coman-
la a bacar au afecto tmmedlata-
mante, ayudando a aua rlflonea a a-
rrojar el exceeo de cldoa Beto pueda
ncar que uated ae atenta romo nuevo
otra vei. Tan aefuroe eatn loa fabri-
cante* da Cyatax da que uated que-
dar completamente atlafecho. qua
le piden que haca uated la prueba.
Pida Cyatax hoy mlimo an an far.
macla favorita.
Se han ultimado los prepa-
rativos formales para la Reu-
nin de Consulta de los Minis-
tros de Religiones Exteriores
de las Repblicas Americanas.
El Consejo de la Organiza-
cin de los Estados America-
nos ha aprobado los ltimos 32
artculos del Reglamento de la
Reunin, y ha odo la expo-
sicin hecha por el represen-
tante de los Estados Unidos en
relacin con la discusin de la
cuestin de los materiales es-
tratgicos en el temarlo de la
conferencia que se avecina.
El Consejo tomo una deci-
sin final en el sentido de in-
troducir nuevos asuntos en la
reunion slo mediante voto u-
nmme. Anteriormente el Con-
sejo se haba manifestado en
favor del requisito d las dos
terceras partes de los votos en
relacin con la introduccin tie
asuntos nuevos, pero ahora ha
decidido que ello sea por una-
nimidad. sta decision fu to-
mada por 12 votos contra sie-
Las naciones que votaron en
favor ae la unanimidad fue-
ron Argentina, boilvia, Brasil,
Cnllt, Costa Rica, Repblica
Dominicana, Honduras, Mxi-
co, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Perj
j Vbwuwt. e opusieron Co-
lombia, cuba, Ecuador, El Sal-
vador. Guatemala, Panama y
Uruguay. Algunos de estos pa-
ses sostuvieron que el requisi-
to dei voto unnime no era
democrtico y que constitua
un "poder de veto." El repre-
sentante de Hait no e>..uvu
presente en la votacin, y los
tstaoos Unidos se aDstuvieron
de. votar, manifestando que
cualquiera de las dos decisio-
nes que se tomara le sena sa-
tis tactor la.
Un temario de tres puntos
paia la reu.un na sido apiu-
uauu ya por los delegados de
las 21 repblicas americanas.
Se destacan en el mismo la
cooperacin poltica, militar y
econmica junto con los es-
fuerzos por fortalecer la segu-
ridad internacional de las
La seccin econmica del te-
marlo fu abordada en la reu-
i. u i dei Consejo cuando el re-
presentante de los Estados
. jonn C. Dreler, comen-
t sobre la posicin de su go-
bierno en cuanto a la discu-
.iuii de los materiales esencia-
les en la conferencia de Can-
Dreler dijo que da manera
- -* > Hucnt, o padece
ueled da mareo*, nerwloeldad. doloree
rhadoa. dolorea en laa arttculacionee,
ar aeldax, el funcionamiento lento de loa
rlflonea pueda aer la verdadera cauaa
de aua males.'
Loe allmentoa y bebidas mal eeco-
Ildoe pueden cauaar un exceao de
cldoe y recargar loa rlflonea de tal
manara que funcionan mal v neceal-
tan estimulante ayuda diurtica par
Jue los rlflonea ejerxan bien au funcin
e purificar su aanere debidamente y
onaervarla la aalud y las fuerzas.
Ayudo le Rmonei casa*
Acen.ean I.. Medical
Muchos mdleoa han descubierto
fj>r medio de pruebas rlentfflraa y
ellnlcae, sel como en el diarlo ejerc-
alo de su profesin, que un diurtico
Velle. y
eelerWe Im
informal se le haba pregun-
tado si existia alguna posibi-
lidad de que la discusin de la
escasez de artculos esenciales
seria limitada o trasladada a
otra fecha y lugar como re-
sultado de la accin interna-
cional que se ha tomado para
establecer grupos encargados
de lo relativo a la distribu-
cin de esos artculos. iDljo
Dreier que quera "declarar de
la manera ms clara y enf-
tica que el Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos no tiene la in-
tencin de desistir de la posi-
cin que ha mantenido desde
el comienzo. Aun cuando la
reunin de ministros de Re-
laciones Exteriores no es la tri-
buna ms apropiada para con-
siderar los detalles relativos a
cada uno de los materiales, mi
gobierno desea entrttr en la
reunin de consulta con un es-
pritu de amplia y sincera de-
liberacin de este tema en un
esfuerzo por formular los prin-
cipios que deben servir como
guia para todos nuestros go-
biernos en relacin con la pro-
duccin y distribucin de los
materiales escasos", dijo el de-
legado Dreler.
Est en peligro
el Irn de ser
una nueva Corea
LONDRES, marzo 13. (UP).
Fuentes oficiales britnica di-
jeron que Irn se encuentra en
peligro de convertirse en ur.a
nueva Corea.
Las fuentes dijeron que a
confusin que Ma resultado del
asesinato del Premier Genere 1
All Razmara, la denunciacin
fantica de Gran Bretaa y Es-
tados Unidos y la glorificacin
de las nacionalizacin de la in-
dustria del petrleo en Irn,
han confirmado algunas de lis
ms graves sospechas que se
han tenido en los circuios f,u-
bernamentales durante los l-
timos meses.
De acuerdo con informes di-
plomticos recibidos de Irn, el
nombramiento de Razmara fue
seguido de una reunin entre
Razmara y el Embajador
tico Sadchlkoff, quien descri-
bi, las Intenciones rusas en
Italia puede aportar armas y
hombres para la defensa comn
ROMA, Marzo (EPSi Ita-
lia es ms o menos una hijas-
tra del Pacto del Norte del
Atlntico, debido a los fuertes
y arraigados prejuicios brit-
nicos y franceses. El consi-
guiente menosprecio emocional
del potencial blico italiano,
guarda, por tanto, relacin di-
recta con el gasto Innecesario
de dlares, sacados
de los bolsillos de los contri-
buyentes de los Estados Uni-
dos, para la defensa de Euro-
Los peritos militares norte-
americanos en el extranjero,
que les estn echando un vis-
moral era baja a causa de la
mala calidad de los armamen-
tos. Esta vez. dicen los Italia-
nos tristemente, ser distinto,
y todo debido a un hombre.
Este es Randolfo Pacclardl,
el ministro de defensa de Ita-
lia, quien cuenta cincuenta y
un aos de edad. Pacclardl es
firmemente antlcomunlsta, l-
der del Partido Republicano,
tazo por segunda ve a la po- y combati contra Franco en
tenclalldad defensiva .de Euro- j Espaa. Pacclardl ha abogado
pa, confiesan que puede que i repetidas veces por que se a-
Tiene, adems,
la experiencia de
la guerra pasada
las frases estereotipadas acer-
ca de la falta de podero mi-
litar por parte de Italia no que-
den demostradas por la rea-
lidad. Se agrega que puede que
se haya calculado mal la posi-
slgne dinero para las fuerzas
armadas, habiendo sostenido
discusiones al respecto con
Giuseppe Pella, ministro de
Hacienda de Italia.
Capacidad combativa: Nada
ble contribucin de Italia, de- menos el marlscal e cam.
bldo al mucho ruido que se ha po Aiexander Papagos de Gre-
th . i mi. i.,
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swiwa.epirtiH''ii'ii.ii ; a m
4 mgol/uiAq odtfirtuJo
Estamos desempacando
s Mesas con ruedas para servir.
Especial ....................... 1595
Sillas de metal galvanizado, no -
se oxidan ...................... 18-60
Sillas para porch en color rojo y
verde. Especial ........-......... 12
Cajas termo para conservar hielo 2.95
Toallero plstico blanco........ 1.25
Jabonera de plstico para bao 0.60
Pieza plstica para colocar el ce-
flllo y el vaso.................. 0.60
apelera de plstico para colocar
en el bao..................... 1.10
Gancho plstico blanco parap col-
gar batas de bao.............. 0.50
Lmpara de mesa para porch... 18.50
Slllltas para baby. Todo metal
cromado ....................... 32.50
Navaja para hacer rebanadas.. 0.30
Triturador de vegetal........... 0.30
Agujas para probar cakes....... 0.15
a Tenazas para servir dulces...... 0.25
Tenazas para la cocina......... 0.30
Trinches, parrillas de acero Ino-
xidable para usar en barbecues 1.60
. Tenedor para pickles........... 0.15

Delantales para chef de barbe-
cues ...........................
Bolsas de plstico, varios tama-
os para el "freezer". Pequeos.. 0.85
Grandes ....................... 110
La Cancillera de
Francia llam a
unos diplomticos
PARIS, Marzo 12 (UP) Guv
de la Tournelle, Director Poli-
tico del Ministerio de Relado-
n"j Exteriores de Francia lla-
mo a los Embajadores de T.n
Pukisn y Afghanistan, as "O-
n.u a los Ministros de Ira, Si-
ria, Lbano, Jordania y baudi
Aiabla, hacindoles entrega de
coplas de la reso.ucln aproba-
da por la Comlsiin de Asui.tos
LxUnnjeros de la Asamblea Na-
La ponencia, aprobada per 27
a 11 con una ai/Stencln, a'.-
vierte que los informes sobre
supuestas ".sieslones" france-
sas en Maiu-.cos y publicados
en la prea.. c\g 1 p c i a esUn
"i-oiturbando la tradicional a-
mistad entre Fiancia y Egipto'.
La Comisin pide al Gobierno
Fiances que huga que otros Go-
biernos conozcan la resolucin.
hecho sobre el
cs y alemn.
He aqu la versin de lo que
ocurre en Italia, segn fjientes
Defensa: Italia es el ancla
meridional natural del arco
defensivo europeo. En el norte,
los Alpes constituyen, una ba-
rrera militar formidable, de-
fendida por tropas de monta-
a sin rival en el mundo. La
nica frontera hostil, hacia el
este, mide menos de ochenta
kilmetros de ancho.
A horcajadas en el Medite-
rrneo e slo a cuarenta y
ocho kilmetros de Africa, las
bases areas y navales italia-
nas pueden impedir que un
enemigo haga uso de aquel
mar, al mismo tiempo que so-
corre y ayuda a reparar las
naves aliadas. Italia est cons-
truyendo actualmente veinti-
cinco campos de aviacin que
permitirn el aterrizaje y des-
pegue de aviones aliados de
propulsin a chorro.
Experiencia pasada: Italia
ha combatido en las geras de
1911. 1915. 1937 y 1941. Entr
en cada una de ellas sin es-
tar preparada debido a la co-
rrupcin poltica, con los re-
sultados esperados de que la
rearme Iran- clR M un lestlg0 de la ml,_
ma. Dirigi a los griegos en
una afortunada defensa contra
las fuerzas de Benito Mussolini
en Albania. Papagos le dijo a
este corresponsal que los sol-
dados Italianos combatan muy
bien. Los agregados militares
extranjeros en esta ciudad In-
forman que el nuevo soldado
Italiano seguir sus oficiales
adondequiera que stos lo lle-
Produccin de armamentos:
El cincuenta por ciento de la
puee convertirse a la produc-
cin de material de guerra con
Un buen empleado
fu el Licenciado
Jos M. Fandes
El Licenciado Jos Manuel
Fandes, ex-Dlrector del De-
partamento de Justicia. PreniA
y Radio, nos ha solicitado la**
publicacin del siguiente ceri-
ficado, expedido por el Mini:;-'
tro de Gobierno y Justicia, dcn
Jos Clemente de Obaldia, er! .'
vista de que han circulado en-,
pecles que lesionan su buen
El certificado en mencin e
del tenor siguiente:
el que suscribe, Ministro de Go-,
blerno y Justicia,
Que el seor Jos Manml, ,
Fandes, ex-Director del Dof
parlamento de Justicia. Pren; i,.
Radio y Espectculos Pbllcos,|
ejerci el cargo durante elH
tiempo que estuvo al frente dol',
mismo, de manera eficiente, co-|.
rrecta y consagrada, sin dejPI.
jams duda en las atribuclo-i
nes atendidas por l.
Panam, marzo 10 de 1951. I
Jos C. de Obaldia,
Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia. .' j
un mnimo de herramientas f
perturbacin de la economa
civil. El potencial humano eat .
vlrtualmente inagotable tanta
para la industria como para et ..
ejrcito, debido a los quines
millones de superpoblacin qu#
hay en Italia.
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Se calcula en un milln de libras de
tomate la produccin de la Ca. Nestl
Se abaratar el precio de la
pasta de tomate nacional, en
competencia con la extranjera
Don Ricafdo Arlas Espinosa, Ministro ds Agricultura,
Comsrcio s Industrias, declar sata maana a "El Panam
Amrica" que, de acuerdo con Informes dados por la Ca.
Nestl, se calcula en un milln de libras de tomate la produc-
cin de ese fruto que comprar la compaa en el corriente
ario. El Ministro declar que estima el valor de la produc-
cin en B 35,000.00, teniendo en cuenta el precio de tres
centavos y medio, que es lo que se est pagando por libra
de tomates a los agricultores de Nata y Provincias Centrales.
Defensa y fomento de las
reservas forestales
Como consecuencia de esta
produccin se estima que la
pasta de tomate nacional po-
dr venderse mucho ms ba-
rata que la Importada en los
mercados nacionales.
En relacin con la produc-
cin de leche que comprara la
Compaia Nestle que opera en
Nata, el Ministro Arias Espino-
sa, dijo que en el ao de 1930
dicha Compaa habia compra-
to 2,280,000 litros de leche fres-
ca a los ganaderos de la re-
gin. Esto representa un au-
mento de 39 por ciento com-
parado con la produccin de
1949 que fue de 1.600,000 litros
de leche.
Para este ao la Compaia
Nestl calcula la produccin de
leche en 2,800,000 litros. Este
producto es la destinada por
la Cpmpaia a la elaboracin
de leche condensada y evapo-
rada en la fbrica de Nata. Es-
ta planta cubri en l ao de
1950 todas las necesidades na-
cionales en lo referente a leche
condensada y el 85 por ciento
en lo relativo a leche evapo-
La Escuela Rural y la Proteccin
Socio-Econmica de la Repblica
Por el Lie Ricardo Jan Jr.
CARACAS, Marzo 13 (SE).
El Ministerio de Agricultura y
Cria para organizar los tra-
bajos de reforestacin, custo-
dia y fomento de las reservas
forestales del pas y para Im-
pedir la explotacin exhaus-
tiva de las maderas, viene de-
sarrollando una campaa de
dimensin nacional y d gran-
des resultados. Por medio de
ella se trata de impedir que
continen los Incendios que
consumen selvas, sabanas, ras-
trojos y pastizales; detener loa
estragos de la erosin; prohibir
el uso inmoderado de Tas tie-
rras y la desforestacin de zo-
nas boscosas que son despro-
vistas de su cubierta protecto-
ra; detener las talas en terre-
nos de pronunciada inclina-
cin; prohibir la agricultura
nmade, el libre y excesivo
pastoreo de loa ganados capri-
no y lanar, y el uso Impropio
de agua d regado en predios
La Direccin Forestal del Mi-
nisterio hoy a cargo del Dr.
Daniel osuna se ha veni-
do preocupando, adems, por
la creacin de colonias mix-
tas forestales; por establecer
sistemas de vigilancia y con-
trol en el trnsito de los pro-
ductos; organizar la polica de
montes, Implantar mtodos
modernos de investigacin, di-
vulgacin y defensa de la fau-
na silvestre y acutica del pais.
En esta forma se ha impues-
to una poltica en el ramo, que
se identifica con la de las na-
ciones ms adelantadas, las
cuales se preocupan por la ra-
cional utlzacin de loe re-
cursos naturales renovables,
preservndolos para l cumpli-
miento de su funcin social y
supeditando el inters indivi-
dual al bien colectivo.
Si no remedian el problema
del agua en Santiago no se
pagar el impuesto este me
SANTIAOO ,mrazo 12. (Co-
rresponsal). A pesar de que
nuestras voces de protesta se
han dejado oir en repetidas
ocasiones, la escasez de agua
continua en esta comunidad,
sumindola en situacin deses-
perante la solucin de este pro-
blem* est en manos del Mi-
nisterio de Previsin Social, pe-
ro segn informes obtenidos,
ste no se ha tomado ningn
inters en proporcionar las tur-
binas que se necesitan para
extraer el agua de los posos.
Nosotros no nos explicamos
cules sean los motivos que lle-
van a esta dependencia del Go-
bierno a actuar en forma ne-
gativa a los intereses del pue-
blo, pero de lo que si .estamos
seguros es que de continuar
esta situacin el pueblo no pa-
gar este impuesto a partir del
presente mes.
Mensaje al Pueblo de Herrera
No vale la pena detenernos
a manifestar algunas frases so-
bre los programas de ensean-
za. Sabido es que no estn con-
feccionados para actuar en esos
lugares. Son los mismos para
los centros urbanos que para
los Campos apartados. Desde
luego, no estn a tono ni con
la poca en que se vive ni con
los parajes en donde acta a
escuela rural.
En cuanto al personal docen-
te es de toda justicia que no se
intente medir su labor en con-
junto, por el porcentaje de
maestros que hf slrl grado.
Son seres humanos que se a-
partan de la sociedad civili-
zada, llena de comodidas, para
introducirse a un medio hostil
en todo sentido y servir a esos
humildes panameos que a es-
tas alturas del siglo XX, viven
sumidos bajo el peso de las en-
fermedades y que por conse-
cuencia, nada consumen y na-
da producen.
Aiu laboran esos seres silen-
ciosamente, haciendo lo que
pueden, enseando a leer y a
escribir, tratando de cumplir
lo ms posible, con los progra-
mas oficiales. Y lo hacen con
entusiasmo, con todo el poder
de sus inteligencias y el cora-
zn puesto en lo que laboran.
Son verdaderos sacerdotes de
la Instruccin. Son sufridos,
porque ven el sufrimiento he-
cho realidad en todos y cada
uno de esos humildes herma-
nos Istmeos. Sufren, porque
comprenden que ellos solos no
pueden luchar y transformar
aquellas dolorosas situaciones.
Son apehas dbiles lucirna-
gas en un mar de terrible os-
curidad. Son leves trozos de
civilizacin en un espacio in-
menso de atraso, pobreza y en-
Tuvimos el alto honor de tra-
bajar el ao pasado en el Ins-
tituto de Verano. Queramos
tener esa experiencia eh nues-
tra vida profesional. Trata-
mos all casi todos los maes-
tros rurales de la Repblica.
Comprendimos que el asistir los
maestros a esos cursos, es un
hecho doblemente revestido de
nobleza y altruismo. No slo
sacrifican largos meses en sus
labores. Sino que por equipar
cada vez ms su bagaje de co-
nocimientos y oponerse asi con
ms fuerza al rudo ambiente,
no obtienen el descanso debi-
do que le debieran proporcio-
nar los reglamentarlos perio-
dos de vacaciones.
Hasta el viernes
seguir abierta
una matrcula
Nos dimos cuenta una vez
ms, que en realidad debemos
sentirnos satisfechos y hasta
orgullosos, de tener un cuer-
po de trabajadores de la en-
seanza, abnegados, altruistas,
en donde bulle el deseo claro
de mejorar y de hacer mejo-
rar las condicione! de los ha-
bitantes de los sitios en donde
actan. All pues, no slo en-
seamos nuestros humildes co-
nocimientos, sino que logramos
apreciar los esfuerzos de todo
el cuerpo de maestros rurales.
Aprendimos cual era la reali-
dad social y econmica en las
secciones rurales de toda la
Repblica. Y lo vimos con ms
detencin a travs del trabajo
d Investigacin llevado a ca-
bo por los maestros del IV Ni-
vel de Estaudios Sociales, tra-
bajos que desarrollaron sl-
ulendo el siguiente plan:
lan de Trabajo de Investiga-
cin de los Maestros del Cuarto
Nivel de Estudios Sociales.
La Comunidad en Donde
1Su Situacin
Rcglduria, corregimiento,
distrito y provincia.
2 El o los Edificios Escola-
Clase de construccin, n-
mero de maestros, matri-
cula, asistencia.
3Montaas y Llanuras de
la Regin.
4La temperatura del lugar
(en la maana, medio da,
tarde y noche). Uso del
6Ros y Mares donde de-
8La Flora y Fauna.
7La Poblacin
Nmero de habitantes,
crecimiento vegetativo. Su
natalidad y mortalidad.
La mortalidad infantil.
8La Vivienda y los Tipos
9Ocupacin y Produccin
Productos agrcolas. In-
dustriales y minerales.
10Costumbres de los habitan-
tes de la regln (bailes t-
picos, vestidos, etc.)
11Historia de la fundacin
del pueblo, o lugar, de la
cabecera del corregimien-
to o distrito.
12Enumeracin e historia de
la construccin de los edi-
ficios principales de la re-
13Vas de Comunicacin.
14Grficas y cuadros ilus-
15Fotografas y croquis del
lugar estudiado. '
La informacin para este
trabajo debe ser obtenida en
fuentes primarias. Sin embar-
go, tiene que consultar tam-
1El Censo de 1M0.
2*-Los Censos Agropecuarios
Verificados en el Pais.
3 "Estadstica Panamea",
publicada por la Contra-
loria de la Repblica.
Despus de haber estudiado
Impresiones en tomo a la Colonia
"Quebrada de Sardinilla"
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Por Ricardo A. Pardo
Debido a numerosas solici-
tudes de padres de familia que
desean matricular a sus hijos
qu estn en el Interior de la ,
Repblica, la matricula para el todo? es0 trabajos de invest-
Curso de Afiansamiento y Ca-; Baclon- P"ede sacar en claro,
Sacitacin que se llevar a ca- 5"' no es,Pr el Personal do-
en la escuela Repblica del flpohrJ,!1,u1fJa escuela ru-
ral no ha llenado su cometido
soclo-/conmlco. Que se nece-
sita estudiar y sin tomar com-
A lomo de caballo y a diez
millas en el interior de la ca-
rretera translstmlca, en el Co-
rregimiento de Nuevo San Juan,
Provincia de Coln, se halla en-
clavada la colonia de "Que-
brada de Sardinilla", sitio pa-
normico, donde moran nume-
rosas familias de agricultores
Esta colonia fue creada por
Decreto Ejecutivo nmero 445
de 8 de octubre de 1950 y cu-
bre una extensin de 288 hec-
treas con 2,424 metros cua-
drados. Sus linderos estn com-
prendidos en torno a tierras
baldias nacionales.
La finca de "Quebrada de
Sardinilla" est Inscrita tn la
Notarla Pblica No. 1 del Cir-
cuito de Panam con el n-
mero 4282, mediante la Escri-
tura 293, Tomo 532 y Folio 372
del respectivo libro de Registro.
Este es el origen y funda-
mento legal de la Colonia de
Quebrada de Sardinilla", cuya
existencia s real.
Sus tierras son frtiles, apro-
piadas para el cultivo de di-
versos productos alimenticios,
otoes, pltanos, guineos, ame,
yuca, guand, chayotes, caa
de arcar, maz, etc., etc. Estn
rodeadas por ros y quebradas
que contienen agua en gran
abundancia que las fertilizan.
El panorama es bello y en-
cantador. Colinas y bosques tu-
pidos que reclaman la mano del
hombre inclinado a las labores
del campo. Valles extensos ade-
cuados para el pasto del ga-
importarles la suerte que co-
rran los humildes agricultores
que se hallan establecidos en
el lugar que resultan, a la pos-
tre, despojados de las parce-
las que ocupan.
Durante la reciente visita que
hiciramos al lugar menciona-
do luego de asiotir a una re-
union de agricultores en nues-
tro carcter de Inspector de
Colonias Agrcolas, pud Irnos
comprobar el espirltu laborioso
de los moradores de "Quebra-
da de Sardinilla", la apacibl-
lldad en que viVen, luchando
a veces contra las inclemen-
cias del tiempo y otras contra
loj acaparadores de tierras que
hacen su aparicin con suma
Hactu donde hemos podldb
averiguar, el Departamento de
Extensin Agrcola y Patrimo-
nio Fiuniliar har todo lo que
est a su alcance j)or ayudar
a los agricultores de "Quebra-
da de Sardinilla" y ya se ha
comenzado a elaborar los ttu-
los de Patrimonio Familiar que
a una gran cantidad de ellos
les sern prximamente entre-
gados para que adquieran el
derecho de las parcelas asig-
Una d las personas que ms
inters se ha tomado en la
creacin de dicha Colonia, lo
ha sido el seor Anastasio Gon-
zlez, quien es muy estimado
en el lugar, sirviendo de mag-
nifico consejero.
Vive el seor Tacho, como se
le llama cariosamente, eh u-
nado. Las faldas de matiz ver- nlon de su seora e hijos en
cV-oscuro de la serrana de La I el luiar mencionado, dedicado
Ecuador continuar a b 1 e rta
hasta el viernes 16 inclusive.
Como se recordar, este es D,Ttmeu, ti,n \ 21
un curso que incluye todas las! ZS A n.^,'
signaturas del plan oficial de ZS 'f 'V^' S^J""
medios geogrficos distintos y
de habitantes eon vida y cos-
tumbres diferentes, actuar de
estudios de la escuela prima-
ria, correspondiente a ios gra-
dos superiores: y otro de ca- una manera concreta, para po-
racter especial para los estu-, ner en marcha una organlza-
Uantes promovidos del sexto ion nueva en nuestra ente-
rrado al primer ao secunda-1 anza rural. En donde la actl-
rio, con el proposito fle capa-, vidad de todas las damas del
Sitarlos para hacerle frente al I rgano Ejecutivo converjan
nuevo aspecto de la ensean- hacia esa humilde, pero im-
* portante institucin nacional
Escandalosa dan la impresin
de un sitio de misterios impe-
A lomo de caballo se hace
la travesa por senderos planos
que an no han logrado su me-
loromiento necesidad que ilen-
Icii los agricultores para poder
efectuar el transporte de sus
Pi'ouuctos su- os inconvenien-
tes que se Im presentan duran-
te la estacin lluviosa.
No se explican las Colonias
Acuclas sin es caminos de-
bidamente acondicionados, un
las alcantarillas y puentes, a
mas de las escuelas destinadas
a .a enseanza primarla
.La colonia de "Quebrada de
sardinilla" tiene urgencia de
buenos caminos y de una es-
cuela para la educacin de ms
de cincuenta nios que esperan
ai maestro paciente que les en-
sen las primeras tetras.
A Ju,cl nuestro el Gobierno
debiera reservar seiscientas
hectreas para el ensanche de
esta colonia a fin de dlstn-
&u,r,*f a *> de Patrimonio
Jam lar. Hay mis de veinte
familias que han formulado so-
licitud de tierras sin que ha-
yan podido ser conformadas en
us aspiraciones.
Mientras Unto los comprado-
res de tierras estn haciendo
V,uJ,r.t* por lo*nr tndes
tensiones en el sector da
Quebrada de Sardinilla" tin
por entero a las faenas agr-
Cuando tengamos ms tiem-
po, nos ocuparemos de Otras
excelencias de la colonia de
"Quebrada de Sardinilla", ya
que es uno de los sitios ms
bellos y panormicos del sec-
tor atlntico.
8Extremidad de animales.
9Una pareja.
12De palabra.
13Del verbo girar, Inv.
14Corriente de agua dulce.
15Del verbo cebar.
18Paseo sembrado de lamos.
30Composicin para una sola
31Escuela Comercial Tcnica.
32Bastante, harto.
33Liga Escolar Venezolana,
38Del verbo arar.
39Dios romano de hogar.
40Descendiente de Agar.
44Se haga de dia.
47Monte de Orela.
48Deseos de beber.
50Extremidad de las mano.
51Cocino en seco.
52 Ciudad y puerto de Finlan-
53Palo de la baraja espaola.
1Piedra muy dura.
2Ciudad de Rusia.
3Cesta, cubanismo.
4Paseo urbano.
Maana mircoles, a las 7.30
p.m. en la escuela Nicols Pa-
checo, se cita con carcter ex-
traordinario a todos los table-
aos residentes en la ciudad ca-
pital, para acordar la efectiva
participacin que los tableos
en general se deben a las ac-
tividades que propugnan las
Federaciones Santeas y Hc-
rreranaS: Reinado y ler. Con-
greso de Azuero, Jira mdico
asistenclal y nombramiento de
delegados a esa magna concen-
tracin. Se encarece puntual a-
La Cauta da la
Comezn de los Pies
Combatida con Nutvo Descubrimiento
El Dolor y la Carnazn
Casan Casi Inme-
5Instrumento de percusin.
6 Igual al 3 vertical.
7Movimiento nervioso.
8 Del verbo agostar.
9La mujer del prncipe.
10Rio de Francia.
11Del verbo roer.
19Pronombre demostrativo.
22Hueso del pie.
23Del verbo asar.
25Bahia o rada.
26 Del verbo arar.
27Del verbo nivelar.
28Animal domstico.
32 Espantado.
34Especie de brezo.
37Isla del mar de Irlanda.
40Rey de Israel.
41Fluido imponderable,
42Punto de la rbita de loe
45Espacio de tiempo.
46Zona Espaola Autnoma,
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Oradas a la abnegacin de
la Federacin Santea y a la
patritica labor de algunas de
nuestras autoridades sanitarias
y de muchos particulares, rea-
lizamos en el verano de 1960
nuestra primera Jira Mdico A-
slstencia a la Provincia de Los
Santos. Los que la llevamos a
cabo, estamos sinceramente
convencidos que nuestro pue-
blo en general, particularmen-
te nuestra masa campesina, ne-
cesita ser impregnada y con-
movida por anhelos de supera-
cin total.
La mayora de nuestra gen-
te no solamente est diezmada
por el paludismo, la unclnarla-
sls, la anemia y la desnutri-
cin, sino que tiene el alma
vacia de Ideales, entumecida
por la resignacin y la Indife-
rencia. Creemos que nuestra
presencia material en sus vi-
das, en sus paisajes y en su
dolor, aunque sea1 pasajeramen-
te, significa para ellos el me-
jor testimonio de nuestra pre-
ocupacin, const Huyendo al
mismo tiempo uno de los me-
dios ms eficaces para desper-
tar sus conciencias.
Nuestras ejecutorias no esn
inspiradas por sentimentalis-
mos de aliviar consolar, ni
nos basta tampoco que nuestro
hombre campesino cure su
cuerpo y eleve su espritu, sino
que actuamos con la mxima
aspiracin de que se convier-
ta en una fuerza de bien que
contribuya efectivamente a me-
jorar el futuro de nuestro pais,
tan desesperado y sombro.
Creemos que con nuestras ji-
ras Mdico ASlstanciales com-
batimos adems la Ineptitud y
la indiferencia de muchos pa-
nameos, obligados por su po-
sicin econmica, social o inte-
llectual, a intervenir positiva-
mente en la. suerte de nues-
tro pueblo. Adems, pretende-
mos estimular a diversos gru-
pos y personas, muy honesta
y valiosos, que se eximen da
actuar por temor o por des-
orientacin. Pero sobre todo,
ardientemente queremos de-
mostrar a las clases dirigen-
tes del pais, que jams logra-
remos el mejoramiento global
de nuestro pueblo si no vamos
concretamente a su encuentro,
educndolo con nuestro ejem-
plo y sacrificio.
Nuestra realidad nos recla-
ma ante todo accin inmedia-
ta, aunque sea minima. Debe-
mos tener muy presente que el
progreso de una nacin s la
expresin de la labor cada vea
ms eficiente de todos sus ciu-
dadanos, pues los Gobiernos
son accidentes que pueden a-
rruinarla o engrandecerla, se-
gn la calidad de las fuerzas)
A mediados del prximo mea
de abril, con la decidida co-
laboracin de la Federacin ds
Sociedades Santeas y Herr-
ranas, iniciaremos nuestra se-
gunda Jira Mdico Aststanclal,
esta vez en la Provincia de He-
rrera. Iremos con los mlsmoa
propsitos y la misma fe qu
ya noe alentaron, pero nece-
sitamos el respaldo moral
material de nuestro pueblo, pot
quien sentimos y luchamos,
muy especialmente de nuestro
altivos y trabajadores compa-
triotas de Herrera, hacia donde
ahora converge mi espritu j
mi corazn.
Francisco SamaniefCf
Caracas, marzo 4 de 1961.
La Bromo Quinina Grove es un remedio
especfico para catarros, ha llevado pronto
y decisivo alivio a millones. Tmelo a]
primer signo de resfriado, pero acepte sol*.
mate la legtima cajita de
UNGENTO PAZOS para las almorranas
otro producto Grove.
C. Gonzlez Revilla & linos., distribuidores en Panam.
no recoje
pasajeros en
media calle '

Slent Vi. un* terriblacomaion m
M bita 4na lo vuelv* medio loob? jSe
Tfft y pel i* pin DHvtflMca la Gord
* le **rdu

tratar maana.* lo*
STfiUy pela la pl.l __
I* forman *n la* planta* y ontr* loa
dedo ampolla que 1* rtVIMltan ka*
cundo out a* forman otra* urt?
jSl.nt Vi. a roota *m pas tan laatl-
arman, y a gurus, o |iar> librar-
* d >* nal mantra* M mat* lo
e*rn*M*t naraalto* la **vu*aa.
C*mkt* la Cnit
La* nafuacito* y llaulia* ordinario*
no podrin h*c*rl* atuok* M* oa-qua
no rom baten matan la Varia* trt
rln a*
. lo*
. .jfecl-
naa da la pial con Nlxodorm, frmula
no oataawan o matan 1
eatioa dal mal. fot tartas
<** vtaaar mu 4*Uii
pica, y tambin Ectem* y I
da un mMlD* batata *a la racata d*
da I* pial, y qu* ho/ importan
todo* lo* principal* Srofuutaa. Nl*.
un MpocMJIlt* IntU*
dad.* d* U pl*l.
arm pondr fia a M *l*ota* A* aua
pl.a y qu* I* producir Mito t fct*
drflnltirat: 1. Mata lo* f*rmn*a,
partalto* y knnfi* cltiaantit i* **a*
Infeccione* de lo* plea. 2. Hace cesar
la eernatAn. calma y retruca la piel n
pono* minuta*, i. Haa* la pial cla/a,
utv* y tarta.
Re-iultadoi Rpido*
lqu**el* ata noche y por 1* ma-
ana notar* un* tremenda mejora,
n *| termino de 4 di. N,,
Csmpr* hoy NliMtrm tn u botica.
_ al trmino 4* 4 dfaa Nixeaerm ha-
br 4**truido lo* firmen., partalt**
l IflM cauaante* de tu dolencia y
poor* Ud. vtr que ripldamentt tu pl
i* uavlaa, hac* m Mara, alfoS'
4a y aana. Pero contine u uto tr*t
4itt mt* par* Star tacuro d* qu* lo*
r ult*4 aatt absolutamente tatla-
f*rt0Mo*. Compr* hoy mlimo NI*.
derm an an botica.
Para Or^mm < la Piel

Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r^eaaccin Social
Telfono 3-1012
HORAS: %M a 1:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Oc Fllaelfia
Presentamos nuestro atento
taludo de bienvenida a la Sra.
Brbara de Cunningham, espo-
la del Sr. Joseph Cunningham,
3wente del Hotel Panam,
4uien procedente de Flladelfla
m encuentra posando una tem-
porada en esta ciudad como
ousped del Hotel panam.
De lea Estados unidos
Se encuentra en Panam pro-
:edente de los Estados Unidos,
ti Sr. A. E. Henderson Vice-
presidente de la Universal Mo-
tor Corporation, a quien alu-
jamos muy atentamente.
rara El Salvador
Un feliz viaje deseamos al Sr.
Julio Castellanos quien por la
va area sigui para El Salva-
Para Lima
Grato paseo deseamos al Sr.
Nathaniel Mndez quien sigui
para Lima, Per, donde pasar
una corta temporada.
Para Medelln
Despedimos muy atentamen-
te al HD. Jos Delia Togna y
Sra. Eugenia Martinelll de Delia
Togna quienes acompaados de
'su nio siguieron para Medejlin,
Col., en viaje de placer.
En Penonom
Se encuentra pasando una
temporada de vacaciones en Pe-
nonom acompaada de sus ni-
os, las Bras. Lollta A. de Ferrer
y Raquel P. de Tapia.
Pronta convalescencla a la Sra.
Laura de Toledano quien ha In-
gresado -a la Clnica San Fer-
nando en busca de salud.
Acompaada de su recin na-
cido abondon la Clnica San
Fernando la Sra. Carmela R. de
Salerno, noticia que anotamos
con suma complacencia.
Se encuentra nuevamente en
su residencia acompaada de su
recin nacida la Sra. Sofia L. de
Fbrega. Tanto la madre como
la recin nacida gozan de per-
fecta salud.
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento del nio Jos Ro-
gelio Arlas III quien estuvo va-
rios das indispuesto en su re-
En Santa Clara
Acompaada de sus nios pa-
sa una temporada de vacaciones
en Santa Clara la Sra. Maggie
Q. de Fernndez.
Ha ingresado a la Clnica San
Fernando donde ser sometida
a Intervencin quirrgica la Sra.
Julieta de la O. de Batrlpeaut.
Le deesamoa una pronta mejo-
Formulamos votos por el
pronto restablecimiento de la
Sra. Juana B. de Benedettl
quien s encuentra recluida en
la Clnica San Fernando.
Abandon la Clnica San Fer-
nando acompaada de su nia
la Sra. Rosarlo C. de Aroseme-
Para el Interior
En viaje de negocios sigui
para el interior de la Repbli-
ca el Sr. Jorge Dawson.
Fiesta de Cumpleaos
Para festejarle el cumpleaos
de su seora madre doa Zo-
belda Rodrguez Vda. de Grau,
su hijo el' seor Horacio Grau y
dems familia han preparado
para hoy en la noche un buffet
en su residencia.
Para las muchas felicitaciones
qu reciba en su dia agregamos
las nuestras muy sinceras.
Rusia vuelve a
convertirse en
una Incgnita
PARIS, Marzo 13 (UP). El
Delegado Sovitico, Andrei Gru-
myko, como en el pasado, f.a
puesto a adivinar a, los dlplo
mtlcos occidentales otra vez
Los diplomticos occidentales se
pieguntan si Rusia quiere o no
celebrar una, conferencia de 1A
Cancilleres deMos Cuatro Gran-
Sabe mejor!

'"'in n i ',i,i ii f>

-., "Wl fta Nft A. I"
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Julia G. de Van Hoorde
Sra. Lolda G. de Ocaa
Sra. Soledad P. de Guardia
Sra. Marcela C. de Ortega
Sra. Yolanda Araz de Nell
Srta. Lupita Arias Zubieta
Cumpleaos de Maana
Rvdo. Padre Florentino Idoate
Sr. Jorge E. Boyd.
Dr. Victor R. Alfaro
Sr. Ernesto Navarro Jr.
No han conferido
honores a Pern
y Sra. en Glendale
QLENDALE, California, Mar-
zo 13 (UP). El Alcalde de
Glendale, George R. Wlckham,
dijo que para el era la prime-
ra noticia de que el Presidente
de Argentina, oeneral Pern y
su esposa, hayan sido nombra-
dos ciudadanos de honor de ese
El Alcalde y los funcionarlos
municipales se muestran ex-
traados de los Informes de
Buenos Aires de que en las ce-
remonias de clausura de los
Juegos Pan-Americanos se en-
tregaran a Pern y su esposa
certificados de ciudadana de
honor de Glendale. -
Wlckham dice que la era-
Sleada municipal, Sra. Evelyn
iall. fu a los Juegos como
funcionada al dudado del
equipo femenino norteamerica-
no de atletismo, y que al salir
se le entregaron varias llaves
de la ciudad. para distribuirlas
a su discrecin, pero la seo-
ra Hall "no representa oficial-
mente al Municipio de Glen-
'SI ella entreg al seor Pe_
rn y seora ciudadanas ho-
norarias, debe consid erarse
simplemente como un gesto de
cortesa y no representa nin-
guna decisin oficial del Mu-
nicipio de Glendale", dijo
des. Nadie sabe an la res-
Hasta el momento, en esta
conferencia de los Delegado:
para preparar la agenda, Ru-
sia se ha parado firme en cieli-
tos trminos de la agenda que
los occidentales no quieren a-
Se espera que Gromyko d
nuevos Indicios acerca la posi-
cin del Soviet hoy, otra vez
cuando de su respuesta a "!"
agenda de transaccin" de los
Rusia interfiere en
asuntos internos
de los otros pases
zo 13. lUSIS). La Unin So-
vitica est haciendo todo w
posible para "interferir en los
asuntos internos de los otios
pases", de acuerdo con la de-
claracin hecha por Isador Lu-
bin, Jefe de la delegacin de
los Estados Unidos en la re -
nln del Consejo Econmico y
Social que tiene lugar aqu.
En entrevista difundida por
las emisoras de las Naciones U-
nidas, Lubln dijo que la Unl.ji-
Sovitica "est pagndole a a-
gentes subversivos en todos los
pases del mundo'.
Declar que los delegados dal
bloque sovitico en el Conse-
jo Econmico y Social se con-
tradicen entre si cuando ha-
cen protestas de Intenciones pa-
cificas para con el mundo llore.
Lubln dijo que los sistemes
comunistas y democrtico pue-
den existir en la paz, "pero loe
gobieorns comunistas no quie-
ren que existan los dos siste-
mas a la vez"-
Se culpa a jvenes fascistas
de lanzar una bomba contra
la Embajada de E.U. en Roma
La explosin abri un hueco de ocho pies de anche
en el jardn e hizo volar tres ventanas
Acaba de regresar graduado
de la conocida Escuela Agrco-
la Panamericana en Honduras,
el joven panameo Podro Cres-
po Vergara, oriundo de Peda-
si. Provincia de Los Santos. Es-
ta escuela es sostenida por la
United Fruit Company y dis-
tribuye beneficios entre humil-
des jvenes de distintos pases
de la Amrica Latina, en forma
altamente elogiosa, ya que co-
rre con todos los gastos de en-
seanza, alimentacin, vestua-
rio y hospedaje.
El joven Crespo curs estu-
dios durante tres aos en for-
ma sobresaliente y su diploma
est firmado por el mundial-
mente conocido Ingeniero Agr-
nomo Wilson Foponoe.
Al felicitarlo por el xito de
sus estudios formulamos votos
porque contine alcanzando
triunfos en su vida.
suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
Adquiera por Sistema de Club
y mil artculo! ms!
Avenida Central s6 CLUB Telfono I-14M
Sociales de Coln
Tel 431 Aptdo 1004
Cumpleaos de ayer
El Reverendo Padre Gregorio
Fernndez, festej ayer sus na-
tales. Aunque algo tarde le ha-
cemos llegar por este medio
nuestros cordiales saludos.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que recibi ayer lunes el doctor
Antonio Alberola con motivo de
celebrar su onomstico, agrega-
mos las nuestras muy sinceras.
Nuestras felicitaciones hace-
mos llegar a la seora doa
Cristina Q. de Simons, esposa
del doctor Henri Simons, quien
en el dia de ayer festej un
ao ms de vida.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra la seora doa Ana Arose-
mena de Kytan en la fecha de
sus natales que festej ayer
Aunque algo tarde, extende-
mos nuestros saludos al seor
Johnny Diaz por haber feste-
jado ayer su onomstico.
Tambin sum ayer un ao
ms de vida el nlito Gilberto
Young Jr., hijo del hogar for-
mado por el seor Gilberto
Young y seora Juanita de
Young. Que cumpla muchos
ms son nuestros mejores de-
seos. ,
Despedida de soltera
Muy animada result la des-
iedida de soltera que ofreci
a seora Amrica de Feullle-
bols en honor de la seorita
ROMA, Marzo IS .La
polica culp a "jvenes fascis-
tas" de lanzar la bomba contra
la Embajada Americana en Ro-
ma, y el Gobierno Italiano pi-
di oficialmente disculpas por
el Incidente.
El Marqus Francesco Mara
Tallano, Jefe del Protocolo, le
hizo una visita formal al Em-
bajador Jameg c. Dunn para
pedirle disculpas, diciendo que
ste haba sido provocado por
"elementos Irresponsables." El
Gobierno italiano ha colocado
guardias en la vecindad de la
Embajada, despus de la explo-
La Embajada Norteamerica-
na rehus hacer declaraciones
Inmediatas sobre la razn del
Incidente. El Departamento de
Estado en Washington, culp a
los fascistas.
La explosin abri un hue-
co de ocho pies de ancho en
el jardn de la Embajada y tres
ventanas volaron en pedazos.
Los cinco empleados nocturnos
de la Embajada no sufrieron
dao alguno. Las ventanas del
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores de Italia fueron destrui-
das por otra bomba que explo-
t 47 minutos antes. Tampoco
se registraron heridos en ese
Al momento le la explosin
en la Embajada Americana se
encontraban de guardia dos in-
fantes de marina norteameri-
canos, y no pudieron ver a loa
jvenes que tiraron la bomba.
La Polica Italiana coloco
una guardia alrededor de la
Embajada y del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores. Tam-
bin se colocaron guardias en
la residencia del Premier Al-
clde de Oasperl y del Canciller
el Conde Cario Sforsa. quien
se encuentra en Londres en
conferencias con los dirigentes
del Goblero britnico sobre al
asunto de Trieste.
La Polica captur a diez
personas que se encontraban
en los alrededores de la Em-
bajada poco despus de la ex-
plosin, pero ha rehusado re-
velar el resultado de los inte-
rrogatorios. Los dos Jvenes
que lanzaron la bomba son
"como de 18 aos" y se les
vl corriendo dos minutos an-
tes de la explosin, desapare-
ciendo en el parque adyacente
a la Embajada.
Franco amenaza con tomar
drsticas medidas a fin de
acabar con ola de violencias
Se desataron en la ciudad de Barcelona a causa de
los altos precios que all prevalecen
Pedirse a La India que
permita ia expoliacin de
Uranio y Torio de su suelo
En circuios bien Informados se
ndica que es probable que se
pida a la India que suspenda
su prohibicin de exportar ma-
teriales estratgicos a los Es-
tados Unidos, como condicin
para obtener dos millones de
toneladas de granos norteame-
Se sabe que los miembros de
la Comisin de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de la Cmara de Re-
presentantes estn estudiando
una proposicin en ese senti-
do, que enmendarla la ley que
aprueba la entrega de dichos
granos a la India sin condicio-
nes de ninguna clase. Tanto el
proyecto de ley como la men-
cionada enmienda sern discu-
tidos la semana prxima.
"A cambio del trigo que l
, vamos a dar," dice, "lo menos
1 que podramos pedirle es que
(suspenda la prohibicin que
hoy existe acerca de la expor-
i tacln de slertas materlaei. Es
decir, que se autorizara a loa
Estados Unidos a comprarlas.
Entre esos productos se en-
cuentran minerales de especial
I Importancia para el programa
de defensa, tales como el to-
: rio, el berilio y el uranio."
Betos minerales son usados
, en la produccin le energa a-
tmlca. El uranio y el torio
[ son considerados como los dos
', materiales bsicos para obte-
ner sea energa y la India pro-
hibi su exportacin a los Es-
tados Unidos desde 1948. An-
tes de esa fecha, los norte-
americanos obtenian cerca del
setenta por ciento de ciertos
; productos bsicos de la India,
segn seala el mismo repre-
sentante Kersten.
BARCELONA, Marzo 13 (UP)
El Gobierno del Generalsi-
mo Francisco Franco amenaz
con tomar medidas drsticas
contra los desrdenes, como
una medida, para detener las
olas de violencia a travs de la
segunda ciudad ms Importan-
te de Espaa.
Las masas protestaron por el
alto costo de la vida, despus
de su exitoso boycot contra los
tranvias la semana pasada, el
cual oblig a las autoridades
a rescindir la orden aumentan-
do las tarifas.
Despus de una sesin de
Oablnete extraordinaria, la
cual se celebr en la residen-
cia de Franco el Ministro de lo
Interior, Blas Prez Gonzlez
anunci que "el Gobierno tie-
ne en sus manos el poder para
controlar cualquier desorden, y
que aplicar todo el peso de la
ley contra aquellos que traten
de alterar la pac y el orden."
Durante el dia de ayer, la
lluvia aplac un poco los ni-
mos de miles de manifestan-
tes, quienes regaron tachuelas
en las calles, y llevaron a cabo
una huelga de brazos caldos
en las oficinas y las fbricas.
El Ministro de lo Interior que
la ciudad habla regresado a su
estado normal.
El Gobernador Eduardo Bae-
za, dijo a los periodistas que
las huelgas han sido provo-
cadas por los comunistas, quie-
nes estn determinados a cau-
sarle bochornos a la nacin,
justamente cuando su posicin
Internacional est mejorando.
Sin embargo, fuentes Infor-
madas dijeron que el alto pre-
cio de los artculos de prime-
ra necesidad es lo que ha cau-
sado que personas no comu-
nistas hayan protestado hon-
radamente. Estas mismas fuen-
tes dijeron que el pueblo no se
est manifestando en contra
del Gobierno, sino contra el
Control de Alimentos dictado
por Madrid.
Tambin existe bastante des-
contento contra la administra-
cin del Gobernador aBeza, y
mucha gente quiere que regre-
se su predecesor Antonio Co-
Para el Benestat
de la Mujer ..
Frmula del Dr. J. Gesteira
Afamado por sus excelentes resol
lados en los desarreglos funciona
Im del organismo femenino. (
De vena ea Us farmsdss^
Anlta Donado, quien contraer
matrimonio prximamente con
el Joven costarricense seor don
francisco Mata Amador,
Adems de la gasajada esta-
ban presentes en este acto so-
riol, las seoras Delia de St.
John, Cristina de Simons, Betty Liborla de Donado,
Julieta de Lam, Raquel de Mus-
chett, Rosa de Alfonso, Minerva
de Forte. Juanita de Young,
Cristina de Hawkins, Teresa de
Marchosky, Amada .de Araz,
Xenla Vilar. Teresita Horna,
Carmela Mndez. Leticia Aveci-
lla. Gloria Saenz y Carmen
Cocktail Party
Los entusiastas miembros del
Club Social "Los Tigres" ofre-
cen el viernes 19 de los corrien-
tes en los amplios salones del
Club de Extranjeros a las 7:30
p.m. un Cocktail Party en ho-
nor de las seoritas Ar d e n
Armstrong. Vilma y Albertina
Trevla, quienes contraern ma-
AfX C(&CCCt ancanforcn stos sabrosos pudinetl
Son econmicos y muy fucilas da hacer/
trlmonlo dentro de poco, y
tambin en honor de la seo-
ra Lorreln de Alberga, quien
contrajo recientemente matri-
monio con el seor Lloyd Al-
Cumpleaos de maana
El Reverendo Padre Manuel
Prada celebra hoy martes la
grata fecha de su onomstico.
Sea ello motivo para enviarle
un cordial saludo de felicita-
La graciosa nia Dllla Ra-
quel de la Guardia, hija de!
hogar formado por don Camilo
de la Guardia y seora doa
Olga de de la Quardla, celebra
hoy sus natales. Formulamos
votos porque disfrute de todo
gnero de felicidades.
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
jORATISl Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott conteniendo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colores. Y entonces d a
su familia todos los das este tnico
alimenticio, rico eo vitaminas y pre-
parado cientficamente. Es recomen-
dado por muchos mdicos. Pronto
Ud. ver su familia ms fuerte y en
mejor salud.
La mi* suave de las toallas
sanitarias. Protege de verdad*
No hay nada como Modets.
t. -
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Ningn esmalte, a ningn precio,
hace las ufias ms elegantes que
Cftttx el utperlor pormurt
Contiena "enasselen" croa-baca
perdurar el brillo macho tiempo.
No m grieta, desprende ni
Vita* leaos asar de ai oda.
No espere! Alivie el
en cuanto empiece
A loi primeros sntomas de do-
lor de cabeza debido a la preo-
cupacin, exceso de trabajo o
por haber comido mucho, tome
Alka-Seltzer. Reptalo si es ne-
cesario pera que contine el
AI ka-Sel tier es un analgsico
agradable, efervescente que obra
ripidtmtnt*. Como no es lasan-
te se puede tomar cutndo se
quit.. L'na o dos tabletas en un
vaso de agua. Vea como burbu-
jea. Bebe la retrepante solucin.
Pronto se sentir aliviado. Ten-
ga siempre Alka-Seltzer a mano.
AKs-SsItztr la lomas i diario
I '. millones dt personas.
Tmelo Ud. tambin.
El esma/fe pora uhat mi* popular del mundo
CMIr. rl Mfciwlt. 4*
un. tabl.U
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Tnico Alimenticio de Alta Encigia
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Duran Aun Mas!
Uio I Me* lepii labial rond's pan
consonar lineo* tt labios
iDvra mucho msl bond's "Lips", f ornse en el mundo
entero ... el lpii lobiel qua duro horas y horas y ero
. lanero duro mucho ms! los Ionios quedan ms
encontadores que nunca..'. i an la nuevo y maravilloso
formula secreto de Pond's asta el porqu I (No se
carra nlttogrittal
iMs sedasel Pond's "Lipa" importe a SIN
labios un aseado satinado. No es fresse.
/No se empasto, na se nuecoS
{Matices da medal Armonion can su
tipo, con su vestido. |Vea usted misma la
notable diferencia ea la bonazo da ais
labios con este nuevo formula maka de
food's "lips"!

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MARTES, MARZO 13, 1951
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de pesco 'Servicios y Ventos
Abernothy." Representantes Manu-
factureros. Avenido Tivoli No. 14,
apartamento 13. Tel. 2-3535, Po-
" sTVEKm-T

SE VENDE: Motocicleta Harley Ci-
v.dson tipo 45. De Luxe, modelo
1951, 800 millos, como nuevo.
i Llame al "Goroge Bella Visto".
Avenido Per No. 99. Tel. 3-1618
| Tel. 3-3475. Despus de las 5:30
p. m.
Est en Panam
ligioso, de todos los pases a-
mericanos: una biblioteca con
obras de autores hispanoameri-
canos: una sala de proyeccio-
nes y conferencias: un gran
Baln de actos para celebrar
cursos de carcter hispano-
americano y las efemrides na-
cionales de todos y cada uno
> los pases del Nuevo Mun-
do: una residencia con desti-
no a personalidades y altas je-
rarquas eclesis ticas como
cardenales, arzobispos, obispos
y clero de Hispanoamrica. En
ella se habrn de hospedar
cuantos visiten Espaa.
El centro religioso de esta
preciosa obra consta de una
baslica de grandes dimensio-
nes: en ella cada pas tendr
su propia capilla dedicada a su
Virgen Patrona. "Panam es-
tar representada por la San-
tsima Virgen en su Concep-
cin Inmaculada, nos Indic el
P. Saavedra. ya que es la Pa-
trona de este bello pas."
El majestuoso templo ser
llamado Baslica de la Reina
de los Pueblos Hispnicos, nos
agreg el P. Saavedra, "y ser
votiva, como reconocimiento y
gratitud por la ayuda que la
madre de Dios ha prestado a
todos los pueblos de Hispano-
amrica a travs de su Histo-
ria, y de los cuales, en una o
en otra advocacin, es celestial
Las diversas instituciones y
organismos que se han Im-
puesto la tarea de levantar es-
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje, un
outomovl Chevrolet 1949, cuatro
puertas, en buenas condiciones.
Telfono 3-0883.
SE GRATIFICARA o la persona ho-
yo encentrado pulsera oro, con 4
perlas. Tiene atrs inscripcin "26
Diciembre, 1948". Llomor 3-2230
SE NECESITA: Empleado. Ocurra
Carrasquilla 21 2 Casa No. 4. Casi
enfrente de la Clnica Son Fernan-
SE NECESITA:Empleodo poro ofi-
cios domsticos. Calle 52 No. 8.
Apto. 5, Cosa Pando.
SE NECESITA:Carguero con refe-
rencias. Acudir o Via Espao No.
ALQUILAN. Apartamentos moder-
nos con muebles o sin ellos. Comu-
niqese con oficina edificio Al-
hambra. calle 10, No. 8061, Co-
ln. Telfono 1386.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos com-
pletos en planta olta y baja. Calle
15 San Francisco No. 3 de 4 o 6
p. HI.', casa recien arreglada, B.
35.00 cada apartamento. Llevar
ALQUILAMOS: Mognifico aparta-
mento de dos recmaras al frente,
tn una de las mejores casas de Po-
nomi, calle 2o. No. 13, Perry Hill,
para verlo pedir Moves apartamen-
to 3 y 4. paro tratar alquiler. Vio
Espaa 36, apartamento A.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Adems una empleoda paro
servicios generales. Acuda: Cali*
7a. No. 9, altos.
SE NECESITA: Carguera con re-
comendacin. Maana. Avenido
Norte No. 4. tardes, calle 38 No.
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:A precio de quema, re-
frigeradora Servel de gas o elctri-
ca, de 8 1-2 pies cbicos. Com-
pletamente nuevo. Todava est
en su cojo. Farmacia La Esperan-
za Avenida A No. 85 Tel-
fono 2-2664.
RECIBO OFERTAS para la compra de
los siguientes acciones: 120Agen-
cias Lumino, S. A., comunes; 50
Arango b Lyons, preferidos; 500
Arango O Lyons, comunes; 1,750
Clnica Son Fernando, comunes;
300Destiladora Nacional, comu-
nes; 4,378Hoteles Interomen-
cOnos, comunes, 800Ca. Lefe-
vre, preferidas; 1.750Ci. Le-
fevre, comunes; 300Cia. Pano-
meo de Fuerzo y Luz, preferidos;
47.000Rep. de Panam. 4o,
bonos; 100-Storey Engineering,
comunes; 3,620-Tierras de Cho-
gres. comunes; 350Tierras de
Chagres, preferidas. Ocurra a Julio
Se intensificara SE
Familia, Ignacio de J. Valdes Jr. apo,tamento calle 2o. Pereiil No.
de Prensa que asesoran al Al- 15 Apto. 6. Edificio Ruiz.
calde. I--------------------------------------------
En 1943 se prohibieron Sema- SE VENDE:Estufa gas barata B.35.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de vioje, re-
frigeradora de 7 pies. Juego de sa-
lo, dos camas gemelas con "spring"
y colchn. Juego de comedor, c-
modo. Dirijose a calle 6a. No. 1 1
entre suelo
SE VENDE:Vitrina curvo, un apa-
rador chico y dos libreras, en per-
fecto estado y bajo precio. Via
Belisorio Porras No. 196, telfono
na Cmica, Batacln y Asi, el
ltimo por tener artculos Inju-
riosos contra Panam. En 1944,
se tom la medida de que no
"apareciesen a la vista del p-
blico" las revistas Eva y Venus
de Cuba, Polica de Mxico, y
Natura de Per. Esta orden pa-
rece que degener en una venta
exagerada y clandestina, por lo
que se ha optado por medidas
ms drsticas ahora.
El 75%dTJM
Con este fin se est usando
el procedimiento de inspeccin
sistemtica para salvar el ma-
yor nmero de casas posibles,
pues el problema inqullinario,
que es agudo, sugiere esta me-
dida. Para aplicar la orden de
condena se tiene :n cuenta que
la persona no podra repararla
sin que tal reparacin le cos-
tase mus que una caa nueva.
Cuando una casa puede ser re-
parada, mientras ello se haga,
no ser condenada.
Se trata de reparar tantas
casas como sea posible y po-
nerlas dentro de las normas
de seguridad, estructura y sa-
En la campai. de viviendas
se ha encontrado que hay
I cuartos de 10 por 12 pies en
1 que viven de diez a diez y seis
I personas y que en general hay
de seis a siete personas por
I cuartos de esta medida, como
Otra parte del programa de
viviendas, se nos dijo en la
Oficina de Sanidad, es la re-
duccin de 215 casas sin agua
ni servicios higinicos a la can-
tidad actual de 50 casas en el
00, mesa metal B. 10.00, tostado-
ra B 5.00, refrigeradora General
Electric, B. 150.00 nueva, un radio
chico B.8.00. Ave. Chile No. 16.
iE VENDEChifonier, una vitrina y
un estante sencillo. Todo casi nue-
vo. Perejil lo. No. 2. Apto. 8. Tel.
SE NECESITAN:2 cajeros, que fe-
pon hablar ingls en el "Louisia-
na". Central Lounge Ave. Cen-
tral No. 177.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
camaros, sola-comedor, cuorto em-
pleada, garage, balcones, etc. Muy
claro, ventilado. Calle Colombia
No. 8. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento dos re-
cmaras, sola-comedor, alambrados
B 60.00. Belisorio Porros No. 56.
llame apartamento 3. Telfono 3-
0841 (rente Teatro Edn.
SE ALQUILA:Locol pora Oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficinas locales cntricos en los
Itos de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
mocn en Almacenes 5 y 1C con-
SE ALQUILAN:Local comerciol con
servicio privado. 175 M2, en colle
25 Este No. 7. Ocurra C. Daz. Co-
lle 25 Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15.
Apto. 13.
iE ALQUILA:Locol comerciol. edi-
ficio nuevo, esquino Ave. Cuba,
calle 15 oe Febrero. Industrias
Ponomericonas. Tel. 3-1713.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande para
jvenes solteros o caballeros solos.
Ocurro colle 37 No. 6 "SALON
CARMEN" telfono 3-0713.
SE ALQUILA:Habitocin con en-
trada independiente y bao onexo,
con muebles o sin ellos, precio B.
30.00. Pereiil lo. Cosa 14, Apto.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omcblado,
con luz. pora persono o pareja, sin
nios. Entrada independiente. Ave-
nido B No. 29. ltimo piso.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto cno muebles,
entrada independiente. B.6.00 se-
manales. Ave. Ernesto Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
des de Club. "Se compra oro vie-
jo". Joyerio Amrica. Calle L No.
I. frente Parque Lesseps.
SE NECESITA:Taquigrofa-mecan-
grafa en ingls y espaol. Aveni-
da Central 53. horas de oficina.
SE NECESITAN:Ebanistas exper-
tos. Buenos barnizadores, Via Be-
lisorio Porras No. 130.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho con expe-
riencia para traboio de Refresquerio
y Abarroteria. Via Espaa 45, La
te grandioso monumento han
enviado al P. Jos Losada a los' rea de Curund.
pases de Amrica a fin de dar I Esta obra ha sido
conocer tan Importante obra da entre el Gobierno Nacional
' recabar la colaboracin de. el Municipio y la Oficina de
todos los que tengan Inters Sanidad, transportando las ca-
"y sientan gusto de rendir ho- sas en camiones o mejorando
menaje a la Madre de Dios, y! las condiciones de las mismas
cooperar a que se estrechen las
relaciones en el o "den cultural
y espiritual entre todos los
pue b 11> s hispanoamericanos",
termin el P. Losada, cultsi-
mo mercedario.
en otros lugares en donde exis-
ten estas facilidades sanitarias.
Curund uno de nuestros "tu-
gurios" ser pronto una pesa-
dilla que ha cesado de exis-
SI VINDIN:De elantitai alee tri-
ca Diesel, marca "Witta" ala 5
kilawariai cela una, nueves, tedo-
ia en (Hi roeMctivai cejes y can
tablero at distribucin. Garantas.
1.300.00 oda una. Tal. i-
1030, a calla 46. Na. II. Guardia..
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto chico o gran-
de.. Calle la. Perejil No. 16.
Ocurra Refresquerio "La Concor-
dia." Avenida Central y Calle B.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con entrodo
y servicio independiente, omobla-
do o sin amoblar.
No. 24, baios.
En Ave. Per
SE ALQUILACuarto para dama so-
la o cboallero de buenas costum-
bres, poro informes Home al te-
lfono 2-3972._________
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto en Aveni-
do Ancn 71, apartamento 1.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con balcn,
omoblodo, refrigeradora, cocino si
la quieren, matrimonio responsa-
ble a persona solo. Calle 9a. No.
12, ltimo piso No. 4
Lea "El Aviso Ooortuno*
Local situada en la esa,ulna
de Avenida B y Calle 14 Este,
el centro de la seccin comer-
cial de la Avenida B.
Tel. 2-34M Calle 1C Este #4
W .......a 14c. p2
V .......a lee. pa
1" segunda 15c. p*
V en adelante.
1" recorte, dc. p3
2'' recorte. Me. p*
Llmese telfono 3-0544
Ave. Balboa
(final nor Calle Uruguay)
Oe Venta en
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores, Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
ra miel, de 25, 30 y 50
diferentes capacidades.
NOOGA" de 2 y 3 bolos.
Ricardo A. Mir,
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
en todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Catres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Revelado Ampliacin
Abierto hasta 6:00 p.m.
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
El cierre de
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
Atencin esmerada
por expertos en pintura
la libertad de prensa y las ma-
nifestaciones de los peridicos
Esteras bien informadas di-
jeron que Miller, durante su
estancia en Buenos Aires, tu-
vo oportunidad de explicar a
los funcionarios argentinos el
dao que l creta que ellos
estaban haciendo a la situa-
cin argentina ante la opinin
pblica en Estados Unidos y el
resto del Hemisferio Occide-
Como parte de su labor en
favor de la cooperacin lnter-
amerlcana Miller desde la fe-
cha en que fu nombrado para
su actual oargo ha desplega-
do gran actividad trabajando
en tavor de las buenas rela-
ciones con Argentina. El Se-
cretario de Estado Adjunto ha
evitado cuidadosamente las ex-
1 presiones que podran hacer a-
parecer el cierre de La Pren-
sa como un problema entre la
Cancillera Argentina y el De-
partamento de Estado norte-
Ocult su estado |
una universitaria y
dio a luz mellizos
SEATTLE, Marzo 13 (UP)
Una joven de 18 aos de edad,
estudiante de la Universidad de
Washington, dio (a luz mellizos
en su dormitorio el sbado en
la maana, despus de ocultasIIj
su matrimonio y estado de gr'a^M*
vldez con todo xito, a su fa-
milia, amigos y profesores. Los?
profesores de la Universidad no
dieron la noticia hasta hoy.
La Sra. Bette Figlenskl Byrel,
estudiante del segundo ao de
Artes y Ciencias, y sus dos be-
bs, de 3 libras y 12 onzas ca-
da uno, se encontraban en
condiciones perfectas, segn a-
nunclo de los mdicos de la
El padre de los nios, el Ca-
bo Don 3yrd, lleg a la uni-
versidad anoche procedente de
Camp Stoneman, California.
La joven le dijo al rector de la
Sin embargo, se tiene enten- facultad que se haba casado
Tenemos en existencia:
de toda clase
2' x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
His Kind Always Winds Up
The Same
dido que Miller est muy pre-
ocupado por los efectos de la
I situacin en la opinin publl-
, ca de Estados Unidos. A causa
de esta opinin pglica, se tie-
ne entendido que Miller trat
I de dar a entender a los fun-
cionario: argentinos su convic-
cin de que la reapertura de
La Prensa seria una condicin
"sine qua non" para cualquier
cooperacin constru c 11 v a de
Washington con el Gobierno
del Presidente Juan D. Pern.
Se indic que el Secretarlo
de Estado Adjunto, en sus con-
versacionei con los funciona-
rios argentinos y con el Pre-
, sldente Pern y su esposa, se-
; ora Duarte de Pern, obtuvo
' la Impresin de que estos creen
sinceramente en la cooperacin
I argentino norteamericana, y
que desean fortalecerla.
Mientras tanto, esferas in-
formadas dijeron que el Go-
gierno argentino ha tomado
! varias medidas en el campo
econmico para poner en vigor
i por completo o en parte algu-
nos acuerdos concertados an-
: teriormente. Esas esferas tie-
, nen entendido que los funcio-
narios norteamericanos consi-
deraron favorablemente esas
Adems, se manifest que los
funcionarios norteameric anos
consideran que Argentina es un
factor de importancia en el co-
mercio Internacional y estn
esperanzados en que se cree
un ungiente en que ambos pai-
ses puedan cooperar mutua-
Las esferas autorizadas tie-
nen entendido que los funcio-
narios argentinos con quienes
Miller habl le aseguraron que
I tienen deseo de cooperar con
, Estados Unidos en la prxima
Conferencia de Cancilleres. Sin
emgargo, esas esferas creen que
los acontecimientos ocurridos
en Argentina perjudican la si-
tuacin del Gobierno de ese
pas entre las otras repblicas
americanas, a diferencia de
hace unos cuantos aos cuando
Argentina gozaba de las simpa-
tas de las otras naciones del
con Byrd hace ms de un ao.
Ui &e ordena vender directa-
mente y no limpiar. Otro p. 3-
blema son los -vendedores am- que no tienen dis-
positivos higinicos para el e-
li" queso nacional ha sido s-
metio a ciertas restricciones
quv estn siendo cumplidas per
los productores de queso en
El tiansporte del queso se lia
mejoiado muchsimo y lo ou-
inioiies y personas dedicado* a
este negocio, ciudan de que (11
queso llegue a la ciudad en ir. '
fon:.a ms limpia posible. Se
ha exigido a las autoridades i-
terluanas de salubridad y ag"'-
nultura, que el queso emplee u-
nicamente leche de vacas p.o-
bads con la tuberculina, paift
garantizar que no vienen de
vacas tuberculosas. Se est ufc-
Ulflu de estimular coopera f.-
vas lecheras para garantizar
tmbate que el queso provienen
de itches pasteurlzadas-
Estudian L U.
fm tarn's hw
$tny ti Un m ni
m Mrct-arf fe
i tsfmte MfcBi
And storring
m un
Scrtenpiiy by Joan Meretfytti Lucas and
Larry Marcus Adaptad by Kitty Funes
A Paramount Tictuft
tos de vista.
Muchas de esas gentes saben
mucho acerca los Estados Uni-
dos. Los partidos comunistas en
sus pases han tenido xito en
pintarles un cuadro ldealstlpo
del mundo sovitico y han to-
mado en consideracin cual-
quier contra-propaganda efec-
Por lo tanto, Hook dice que
la propaganda debe estar di-
rigida a decirle a Europa y
el resto del mundo la naturale-
za tirnica y conspiradora del
comunismo. En. otras palabras,
muchas personas en el mundo
necesitan ser desilusionadas a-
cerca el comunismo.
En lo que se refiere al plan
Rockefeller, muchos norteame-
ricanos dudan sobre si los gas-
tos de dinero para elevar el
nivel de vida de los pueblos
no desarrollados ayudarn a
combatir el comunismo. Hay
quienes creen que esto slo a-
briria los ojos a los pueblos no
! desarrollados y con un est-
mago lleno podran escuchar
mejor al comunismo. Tambin
ocasionara que estos pueblos
se acostumbraran a pedir ms
de lo que se les puede dar.
Tambin se sostiene que al
elevar el nivel de vida de es-
tos pueblos no se toma en
cuenta que el comunismo deri-
va la mayor parte de su m-
I petu de las capas altas de la
sociedad.' y no de las masas.
i Hombres con talento y de bien
con mentes torcidas, se hacen
comunistas por la sola ambi-
cin y odio hacia los poderes
constituidos, y no guiados por
ideales sino por la sed de po-
Notables avances
com anidad.
La Oficina de Sanidad njs
infoim que en cuanto al pes-
cauo an quede algunos puntos
1 dbiles en el mercado de Cali-
, donia en donde no hay facj'l-
' dao^s para su manipulacin. A-
Doscientos mil
tera de Sel a Chengchon a
unas 20 millas al noreste de
Sel y 24 millas al Sur del
Paralelo 3P, sin encontrar re-
sistencia alguna.
Aunque los observadores a-
reos Informaron que haban se-
ales de que los rojos se es-
taban retirando de Sel, una
patrulla de la 3a. Divisin nor-
teamericana que hizo explora-
ciones en las afueras de la ciu-
dad, al sureste, encontr que
los alrededores de sta estn
bien custodiados por centinelas.
Tres divisiones de las Nado
nes Unidas se estaban acer-
cando a ongchon, 47 milla
al noreste 'de Sel, Las vln-.
guardias se encontraban a una
milla del ro Hongchon al sur-
oeste de la ciudad, y a cuatro
millas de la ciudad misma.
Hongchon es un Importantsimo
centro de comunicaciones y el
cuartel general del 66o. Ejrci-
to chino.
La la. Divisin de Caballera
de los Estados Unidos avanz
a cinco millas al suroeste da
Hongchong a lo largo de la
carretera de Yongdu. a pesar
de una tenaz resistencia de las
retaguardias comunistas.
Las tropas australianas en el
flanco derecho de las tropas de
caballera avanzaron a cinco
millas al Sur del suroeste de
Hongchong sin encontrar resis-
tencia y sus patrullas avanza-
ron otra milla ms hacia la
Ms hacia el Este, las tropas:;
surcoreanas de la 6a. Divisin.
y la la. Divisin de Marinos-,
norteamericana avanzaron a 5
millas al Sur y sureste de
Honchon respectivamente. Las
patrullas de marina se encon-
traban en los cerros que domi-
nan Hongchon.
La Segunda Divisin norte-
americana en el frente central
de Corea barri con una barri-
cada comunista en la carretera
y sigui su marcha a travs
de Ydong, 14 millas al sur-est
de Hongchon.
En las montaas orientales,
la 7a. Divisin norteamericana
captur la unin de caminos
de Changpyong, 28 millas al
Sur del Paralelo 38 y sigui a-
vanzando hacia el Norte y el
Este. El General Claude B. Fe-
renbaugh. Comandante de la
7a. Divisin dijo que sus. tra-
pas tienen tal enemigo "en
completa retirada, pero que to-
dava ste no esta derrotado''.
Ferenbaugh dijo: "Las pers-
pectivas son optimistas, pero)iiv,1
todava nos mantenemee en
guardia. El enemigo se. est re-
tirando debido a la fuerte pre-
sin que estamos ejerciendo, o
porque desean conseguir me-
jores posiciones al Norte. La
7a. Divisin mat ms de mil
comunistas durante los prime-
ros tres das de la ofensiva,
e hiri a ms de cuatro mil".
Un portavoz del 8o. Ejrci-
to calcul que las tropas de
tierra de las Naciones Unida*
ayer mataron, hirieron o cap-
turaron a 3,085 soldados chinos
y norcoreanos. Las Fuerzas A-
reas causaron ms de 500 ba-
jas comunistas ayer tambin.

M4TF w panam America dtabio independiente
El Seleccionado
invitacin para una serie en Hait
La Novena Spur Cola
conquistar el ttulo
si triunfa esta noche
Jugara con el
Excelsior, campen
Puerto Prncipe
El Seleccionado de Ftbol de
anam ha recibido una lim-
acin de Haiti para sostener
a serle con el equipo carn-
een de Puerto principe, el "Ex-
celsior", de acuerdo con la si-
guiente carta
Puerto Principe, Marzo 3, 1951
Presidente de la
Federacin de Ftbol.
8eor Presidente.
Escrib hace unos dias al
Departamento de Educacin F-
sica de su pais, para solicitar
un torneo entre el Campen de
Football de Puerto Principe
"Excelsior" y el equipo de Pa-
Ec me inform en una carta
ie dirigirme a Ud.
Conociendo sus anhelos por
los encuentros Internacionales,
me tomo la libertad para escrl-
y pedirle considera la po-
'"Uidad de este torneo.
Seria para Uds. un medio de
esquitarse del resultado de 1938
t'-.ndo Haiti convido a Pana-
/dems este torneo vendra
estrechar los vnculos que
nen a la noble y hermana Re-
Wica de Panam y Hait.
Por otra parte le prometo en-
fade otra invitacin para prin-
I os de Junio.
n esoera de una respuesta
aMsfrcatoria rogndole reciba
Js afcetuosos saludos.
Quedo de Ud. A. y S.S.
Lie. Lois Lamothe.
Delegacin de la Fed.
de Fott-ball.
La Federacin Nacional de
itbol se reunir en el curso
He la presente semana para
tratar sobre esta invitacin, asi;
pomo de otros asuntos de gran
Importancia para el balompi.
Tabla de posiciones de los equipos
de basketball en os Panamericanos
Finalizado el Torneo de Basketball, correspondiente a los Pri-
meros Juegos Deportivos Panamericanos, la posicin de cada una
de los equipos participantes, es la siguiente:
J. G.
lo.ESTADOS UNIDOS ........ 5 5
2o.Argentina ................. 5 4
3o.Cuba ....................... 5
4o.Brasil ..................... 5 l
So.Chile ...................... 5 1
6o.Panam ................... 5 1
El tercer puesto se ha definido en favor de Cuba por gol
average, obteniendo un promedio de 0,89 contra 0,88 de Brasil.
Igual cosa sucedi para definir el quinto puesto, en el que logr
Chile un promedio de 0.86 contra 0,84 de Panam.
El Camel Buscar Mna. Su
8o Triunfo Consecutivo En La
Justa Del Softball Social
ii y Knocl.o y en el p^udo de
' 'a le gar al Jimnez
(Softball Social)
G. P.
ptica Sosa ......... 7 0
Carael.............7 0
Polica Nal.........7 3
Mauricio ................ 3 3
Alemn Jr........... 3 3
Cervecera .........3 3
Pinocho .............2 3
Madurilo .............. 3 5
Chesterfield .......... t 5
O. Jimnez .......... 2 7 .222
Catedral ............ 0 6 .SOO
social de softball, los equipos
Catedral y Pinocho, donde los
Pje.1 ltimos se Juegan una impor-
1.000 tante carta. El Catedral ha ea-
tado amenazando ltimamente
sus rivales y confa en obtener
hoy su primer xito. El partido
de maana, sin lugar a dudas
el de mayor Inters en esta se-
mana, correr a cargo de los
equipos Alemn Jr. y Camel,
El equipo de loa Carmelitas
(Spur) cumplir esta noche un
Importante compromiso, ya que
de Imponerse a los Bombarderos
' | de Eleta, ganar el Campecna-
i i I to de la Liga Profesional de
los Alacranes chocan ?*u p-" **>-
El partido de esta noche en
el Estadio olmpico es el pe-
nltimo del calendarlo de Jue-
gos, y el ltimo tendr lugar el
jueves entra Cerveceros y Car-
melitas. /
El Spur lleva un juego y me-
dio de ventaja y su ms serio
rival es la Cervecera.
En l partido de ayer los Car-
melitas le ganaron a los cerve-
ceros por 9 a J. Clarke fu el
lanador ganador para subir a 14
el nmero de vlptorias, que es
una nueva marca en t'. circui-
to profesional.
maana con Fuerte
Amador en softball
Los Alacranes sostendrn ma-
ana un comentado partido con
el conjunto de Fuerte Amador
en el cuadro de los militares a
las 4 de la tarde, para continuar
sus juegos de entrenamiento
pai su importante compromiso
del prximo domingo contra Los,
Tigres de Coln en el Estadio
El pasado domingo los Ala-1
cranes se impusieron a los mi-
litares de Fort Clayton por 4 a,
El partido de mana ha lla-
mado la atencin dr los aficio-
nados y se espera un encuen-
tro muy interesante.
Maestre, Secretario
'e Propaganda del
Ftbol del Chorrillo
El cronista deportivo Julio E.
Maestre, fu nombrado Secreta-
rlo de Prensa y Propaganda de i
la Liga Interna de Ftbol del'
Barrio del Chorrillo. Maestre to-
mar posesin de su cargo esta'
noche, en la sesin de la Liga,
donde tambin se tratarn pun-
tos de importancia como de la!
Pinocho y Entrometidos
chocan hoy en bolos
para subir al 2o. lugar
(Terne* de Beles)
Mlke ......................... 17
Selecta ................... 13
Martn...................... 12
Carta Vieja ............ 12
Pineehe .................... 12
Pinocho .................... 11
Entrometidos ............... f
Bajel .................... I
Balboa ..................... 5
El Mike mejoro su puntua-
cin en el torneo de Bolos "Du-
ran" al ganarle tres Juegos al
Tropical en el partido que sos-
tuvieron anoche en el Gimna-
sio Martlnz.
Esta noche se enfrentarn
NUEVOS CAMPEONES. Aparecen aqu los nuevos monarcas provinciales de baseball ama-
teur, que ayer vieron coronados sus esfuerzos, al vencer al Caf Duran y obtener su tercer
campeonato en seis temporadas que llevan de participar en estas contiendas amateurs.
.prxima inauguracin del cam-; nnocho y Entrometidos donde
.'288 partido ste en el cual lospu- peonato, anunciado para el do- arnbo, conjuntos lucharn para
El Club Deportivo Pinocho se
coron Campen de Baseball.
Amateur al vencer en gran par-
tido ayer a los cafetaleros dej
Pablo Duran por pizarra de 7-3:
ante 1.200 fanticos en el Esta-
dio Nacional.
Esta es la tercera vez que los
pupilos de A. Acrlch, se coro-
Dan Campeones en seis tempo-
radas interrumpiles de la Liga
Juego de Hoy
4.30 p.m. Santa Rita ....
Partido de maana
4.30 p.m. Santa Rita
Esta tarde se miden en Santa
Rita para continuar el torneo
Los Mejores Nacionales Se
'imputarn El Prximo Dgo.
El Clsico "Ernesto Navarro"
pilos de Chompipa Castaeda
tratarn de obtener la victoria
y mantenerse Invictos, mientras
que sus rivales buscarn a to-
da costa el triunfo y conservar
en tal virtud su opcin a lo-
grar el derecho de ir a la serie
final. Ser ste un reido lan-
ce donde los competidores lucen
lineas parejas y en el cual ve-
remos frente a frente a Sidney
Tudor, el lanzador numero uno
del Alemn Jr. que tiene a su
haber 3-1 cdntra Lashley que
tiene 2-0. El partido de ayer en-
tre Cervecera y ptica Jim-
nez fu un triunfo para los Cer-
vecerosp or 9 a 6. Innis result
el lanzador ganador y Salas el
perdedor. Ocho lncogibles ba-
tearon los ganadores contra
cinco de los perdedores, Incu-
rriendo los "oculistas" en seis
errores y los "cerveceros" en
Silvio Garda
fue herido ayer
de gravedad
LA HABANA, marco 13.
(UP). El veterano jugador
de baseball Silvio Garca re-
sult herido de gravedad en
las primeras horas de la no-
che de ayer, debido a dos pu-
aladas recibida* en el vien-
tre y el toras, que la pro-
dujo su vecino Manuel Cua-
Se estima que el incidente
se debi a asuntos familiares.
subir el segundo lugar, espern-
dose un cotejo muy Interesante. I
Se rene esta noche
la Liga de Ftbol
La Liga Provincial de Ftbol
reanuda esta noche sus activi-
dades con la reunin que ce-
lebrar hoy a las 7 p.m. en el
Club Deportivo Pacfico.
Dicha, reunin es de gran im-
portancia ya que discutirn a-
suntos de inters, entre ellos la
celebracin del prximo Cam-
peonato Provincial de Ftbol.
Por tal motivo se espera la
asistencia de todos sus miem-
bros. I
Este Domingo se correr en
vieja cancha sabanera el Cl-
kico "Ernesto Navarro", prueba
Instituida para recordar al ca-
lllero del turf y amigo nuestro
on Tito Navarro, hpico de co-
razn y uno de los zapadores
le turf nacional.
Competirn en esta carrera
los mejores nacionales de la pis-
ta sobre una distancia de 1400
letros y por un premio de B.
Estn Inscritos aqu:
Hortensia ............. 1X2
Fulminante ................ 12*
Tally ............ 1*1
Mandinga ................. It7
Golden Tip ........... 1S7
Marsellesa ................. 1M
Invasora .............. N
Robind Hood Jr......... H
La Loba .............. 1H
Otras Carreras
En otra de las pruebas prin-
cipales de esta semana se n-
frentarn los equinos de la cla-
se "A" sobre una distancia de
[600 metros. Estn Inscritos aqu
k'elsh Loch con 116 libras, Che-
flberlbin 100 libras, Avenue
load 107 libras y Pinar 107 li-
Adems la clase "B" compite
sobre 1300 metros. Aqu tenemos
a Phoebus Apollo, Linney Head,
tSewmlnster, Fair Chance, Dic-
tador y Rathling Light.
Resultado de los
juegos de baseball
de San Carlos
El Mayor Flores con su lanza- ,
dor estrella Denls de la Cruz en Estadio Olmpico,
la loma triunfo en forma holga-. Ambos conjuntos tienen opor-
da frente a los pericos de Ca- tunldad al
rranza por 11 a 4
Importante Carta Se Juegan
Mna. pticos y Cigarrilleros
En El Baseball Provincial
Los pticos de Sosa y Cigarri-
lleros se juegan maana Im-
portante carta en la contienda
del Baseball Provincial de Pa-
nam en el partido que sosten-
drn a las 4 de la tarde en el.
(UP)El lanzador Jack Kramer
firm contrato admitiendo una
reduccin del 20% en su salarlo
de 18 mil dlares que tuvo el
ao pasado. Kramer que se ha-
ba mantenido en rebelda tran-
sigi despus de la entrevista
con Horace Stoneham, Presi-
dente de los Gigantes.
El Juego
Peleando como gatos boca
arriba, los fabricantes del nc-
tar negro, estuvieron a punto
de dar un vuelco total al par-
tido en el 6o. acto al abrir Mal-
com con triple a la pradera
central, siendo puesto fuera en
el lar al tratar de extender el
Leonardo (Cumbia brava)
Cumberbatch, bate cuadrangu-
lar en el 6o. acto 'para anotar
la ltima carrera de los nuevos
La labor de Larrlnaga se pue-
de calificar de excelente duran-
te los actos que le hizo frente a
los peligrosos bateadores con-
trarios, la muralla cafetalera
compuesta por Roberts. Halmen,
Hauradou y Molina jugaron Im-
pecable. E. Osorto supo contro-
lar sus envios contra el plato
despus del tercer acto.
L. Cumberbartch con 3-3, F.
Malcom 2-2, M. Cobos y E. Pe-
res 4-2, E. Hauradou 3-2, y H.
Fbrega 2-1 tuvieron una tarde
muy feliz con el bate.
Despus de un comienzo flojo
E. Osorlo, supo dominar a sus
contrarios para darle a su Club
el Campeonato y conservarse
con el triunfo de ayer Invicto
con 5 victorias, sin derrotas.
Al fracasar F. Llrranaga lan-
zador estrella de los cafetaleros,
de adjudicarse su 7 victoria sin
reveses, sufri su team serlo y
peligroso colapso en sus preten-
siones por mantenerse entre lo
F. Malcom se asegur prcti-
camente el llderato de los ba-
teadores al conectar 2-2 y subir
a 25 su bits de 46 para un pro-
medio de 543. el ms alto en los
anales de nuestra pelota ama-
Anotacin por actos
Caf Duran 206 000 0163 8 i
Pinocho 003 631 OOx7 1
Lanzador ganador. E. Osorio,
Perdedor, L. Larrlnaga.
Satisfactorio y animado result el agasajo
que ofrecieron al Seleccionado de Ftbol
Satisfactorio y animado resul-
t el agasajo que ofreci el do-
mingo el Comit Organlador al
Seleccionado Nacional de ft-
bol, que conquist en forma in-
victa el Quinto Campeonato
Centroamericano y del Caribe.
El agasajo consisti en un pa-
seo a El Espino de La Chorre-
ra en la casa campestre de don
Francisco Dltranl. Los asisten-
tes al agasajo disfrutaron de un
da muy agradable con diferen-
tes actividades como compe-
tencias de natacin, juego de
softball, y varios otros entrete-
nimientos. Las atenciones se dis
pensaron a granel y todos re-
gresaron contentos y satisfechos
Numerosas personas asistieron
al Paseo y adems de los Juga-
dores del conjunto se encontra-
ban el Lie. Manuel Roy, D. Del-
gado, A. Gramunt, F. Ditrani, I
Ardines, G. 8. Rolla, J. Rivera,
O. Rendoll, Dr. Blssot, L. Llau-
rad, C. Zcpeda, A. Ha.rrlson, T.
Molina, M. Florez etc., asi ce-
rno las madrinas de los equipes
y varias simpticas damltas; en-
tre los redactores deportivos se
encontraban D. Luna, 8. Ivaldt,
Ivn Kancha, C. Rodrigue*. A.
Vargas etc.
En un acto que resulto suy
aplaudido, el Comit Organiza-
dor don a cada uno de los ju-
gadores del conjunto, una be'.'a
de oro. como reconocimiento a
la labor realteada y po-- 1 ho-
nor que dieron a Panama con-
quistando el Campeonato.
tyirda a conservar il aspecto
sane y juvenil del rostro.
i cientficos saben que el lavar y
par que acompaan cada afei-
da tienden a dejar la piel irritada
Pero ahora se ha elaborado una
llueva y admirable crema de afei tai
juees realmente buena para la piel
Maravillo! Inejree'iente
l nueva Crema de Afeitar William.'
atiene Extracto de Lanolinare
te descubrimiento cientfico cor
layorea propiedades "benfica"
i la piel que la lanolina corriente
Icada voz quo usted a* afeit
i Williams disfruta deeau niara vi
i substancia, y obtiene una afei
i maantWa. mejor. Uae William*
nica crema dt afeitar que con
' Extracto de Lanolina.
Con esta victoria queda el se-
gundo lugar de la contienda
empatado entre los dos equipos
Los mejores con el "manduco"
fueron Jos J. Muoz 3-2 (am-
bos dobles), Ouerrero 4-2, Eddle
Flores 4-2, Denls de la Cruz 4-3
Fernando Torres 2-1 y Cuch
Ortega con 1-1.
La anotacin condensada fu
la siguiente:
Flores 340 1*3 6-11 11
Carranza 26 126 04 g 7
Bateras: Denls de la Cruz
2-11 y Paredes, Flores y Sarna-
mego Jos "Chalo" Muoz (0-2)
Secundino 'Checo" Muoz y
; Greco.
En el Valle, el "Rogelio Gar-
i ca continuo Invicto al Impo-
nerse a las huestas valleras por
, la anotacin de 12 carreras a 4
: Por lo* "Cardenales" comenz
Urrutia quien en las 4 entradas
i^iquew'?nzo no Pmiti lnco-
gibles bolando a 4. ponchando
' ?i y ^"n't'endo una carrera
Los mejores toleteros fueron:
Abdiel Rlcord con 3-2, Rey p0-
lastre con 3-2, Ramiro Barahona
con 4-2 y C. All con 3-1.
La anotacin por entradas fu
Carcia 13 009 6-12 ] 3
El Valle tM 1st 64 3 5
Bateras: Ezequiel Urrutia 1-01
Sebastian Aguilera y Toms
Zamora: Salomn brego (0-2,
Cristo Coronado y Jaramlllo.
En virtud de esa victoria el
Garca se coloca a solo un triun
fo del campeonato ya que solo
le restan dos partidos. Los equi-
pos marchan de la siguiente
forma :
Oarca 4 ganados y ninguno
Mayor Flores y el Carranza
enmatados con dos ganados y 2
El Valle con nlntruno ganado
v 4 perdidos a 4 Juegos del pri-
mer lugar.
El domingo se enfrentan e'
Garca y el Flores y El Valle y
el Carranza.
Subcampeonato, y
para ello es necesario que triun-
fen maana, por lo que tanto
pticos como Fumadores se pre-
sentarn con su mejor escua-
dra para dar la gran batalla y
obtener la victoria que les per- |
mita acercarse al segundo lu-
Los maraoneros enviarn a
la loma a R. Calcedo y los pu-
pilos de Eleta tendrn a E. Va-
Esta tarde se miden en el Es-
tadio, Barraa y Caribe.
I ea "El Aviso Olii -limo'
Puntaje final de los pases que
participaron en los Panamericanos
Finalizado el Torneo Panamericano, el puntaje final dl am-
plio margen a la representacin Argentina sobre Estados Unidos,
ocupando el tercer lugar la delegacin chilena, tambin lejos del
secundo El puntaje extraoficial del certamen, fue hemos con-
feccionado nosotros, es el siguiente:
lo.ARGENTINA ... 900
2o.Estados Unidos 11
3o.Chile....... 239
4o.Mxico...... 226
5o.Brasil....... 211
60.Cuba....... 116
7o.Per....... 9*
6o.Venetuela..... 37
9o.Trinidad...... 25
10o.Colombia. .... 22
lio.Guatemala .
12o.Ecuador. .
13o.Panam. .
14oJamaica. .
15o.Costa Rica ,
16o.Paraguay. .
17o.Haiti. .
18oNicaragua. .
19o.El Salvador.
. 15
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. 1
Se fiiiene ms kilometraje por litro
. > pooen por i nbaie"dice Sir Wllli.
Apelaron, Alcalde de Wellington, Nueva Zelandia.
"Cada 15.000 kilmetro reinstalo on mi outo nueva
Champion, y considero quo no ere cues-
tan nada pues los nuevas Champion se
pagan por si mismas con el combustible
que ahorran. Y hay quo ver lo diferente
que con ellas funciona el motor. En mi
opinin, a ningn precio puedo uno
obtener uno buia de encendido mejor
ni de ms confianza."
rVeewecnM wet wttiawu earei e aor asea ae ea cvovfo ee nejea
Tenemos lo ltimo en estilo y confort
en camisas de sport, tan propio para los
trpicos, especialmente en el verano...
de nylon, algodn, rayn y lana ligera
con mangas largas o cortas y con cuello
de cualquier estilo y tamao.
Algodn.......desde B/ 3.7S
Ra.Tn.........desde B/ 5.95
I Nyle .........desde B/ 7.5t
PANAMAAve. Central No. H 71
COLONFrente i la Eataela.
Mecatees laureae. ea Catea y Ave. teatral II eata aMartwi
harta las *:M p.m.

AC*v* now
Canta Blng Crosby
Una Mujer sin Importan-
cia Dramatizaran.
El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Msica de Saln
Vibraciones del Aire
(Nacho Valds)
Acordes porteos
Tartn "El Hombre Mono"'
Episodios. Kellocr
Noticiero Deportivo
Merel y Aranxo
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
El Caballero Varona
dramatizacin Camel.
i:i Radio peridico
Donde el Rio Nace.
8:00 Selecciones populares
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Solos de plano
9:00 Selecciones con Alian
8:15 Trovadores del Per
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 Cancionero Noeturnal
11:00 Buenas Noches
Buenos Das
El Despertador Musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
La Voz del interior
Msica variada
Orandes maestros
Melodas matinales
El Correo del Aire
Delicias Tropicales
Acordes porteos
Msica variada
12:00 Valses.
12:19 Noticiero
12:30 Solos de rgano
Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Cantare de Mxico ,
1:30 Johnny Albino
1:45 Acordes porteos
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:15 Peticiones
Un Nuevo Premier
tiene ahora Irn
TEHERAN, Marzo 13 (UP)
Premier electo, Hussein Ala
Pasha, al ser confirmado por el
Majlls (Parlamento), por sobre
la oposicin del bloque pro-so-
vitico, dijo que haba aceptado
el puesto, a pesar de su estado
Estreno de Fin de Semana!
Corrupcin y el Crimen!
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reporter que >e ensa
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Estados Unidos es
nico comprador
del estao
WASHINGTON, marzo 13. (U.
P.)El Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos se convirti en el nico
comprador de estao para el
consumo de los Estados Unidos,
y orden que todas las reservas
sean puestas bajo control co-
menzando el lo. de Mayo.
Al mismo tiempo se anunci
un aumento temporal en las en-
togas de estao durante Abril,
Mayo y Junio para el enlata-
mlento de alimentos que pue-
den daarse y otras produccio-
nes esenciales. El Gobierno tam-
bin est considerando una nue-
va orden sobre el precio del es-
de salud, porque ste "es un
momento critico tanto para Irn
como el resto del mundo". Ms
tarde, Hussein dijo a los perio-
distas que habla sido confirma-
do por 60 votos contra 27 y 10
Los diputados del Frente Na-
cional, quienes tienen el apoyo
del fantico partido Fidaiyan
Islam, uno de cuyos miembros
asesin al Premier All Razmara,
abandonaron el Parlamento,
sosteniendo que la eleccin de
Hussein Ala era constitucional-
mente irregular, y las fuentes
Informadas dijeron que el nue-
vo Premier tendr dificultades
en su Gobierno orno resultado
de esta oposicin.
HOY-nico Da-HOY
Los Cigarrillos CAMEL

"El Caballero
La radio dramatizacin de una novela audaz,
atrevida del aventurero ms genial,
ms cnico, adorable y detestable
que mujer alguna haya conocido.
LUNES a VIERNES todos los noches a las
El Caballero Varona ';
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
la [Red ^Panamericana
tao lo que significarla bajar
los niveles de las fbricas y al
por menor.
La nueva orden es con el fin
de bajar el precio de el estao
extranjero, del cual depende los
Estados Unidos.
Un drama que har meditar
en la incomprensin
de algunos padres!
Arturo de CORDOVA
Virginia LUQUE
. con -
La Muerte... se enamora
mientras el pblico mue-
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Una pelcula que va contra los
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La maravillosa aparicin de la VIRGEN DE FATIMA,
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en una pelcula que le har desternillarse de risa!
Con el Debut de la Reina de Primavera de Mxico
Y Actuaciones Especiales de los Populares
SI traicionaba el Cdigo de
los Presos lo mataban!... SI
se Iba contra el Cdigo de la
Ley lo encerraban de por vi-
dapor un crimen que no
El film de
ms vibrante
l "El Presidio"
Dos Estrellas
en un drama
humano de
Volcnica accin!
'Oran Doble!
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El ms emocionante drama
(The Avangrf)
- con -
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Prohibidas para Menores! g.
Fernando Soler
Charlto Granados, en
"El Gran Calavera"
- Adems: -
Mara Luisa Zea, en
"Aaaosoa y Ca

- Ademes:
La Dteae
Episodios jr I
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