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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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TWBMTX SIXTH TEAR
Panama Ammcan
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
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Marines Capture Vital Highway Town
J V TOKYO, Mar. 2 (UP)Tank-led United States
if1! Marines in central Korea today broke Chinese rear-
guard resistance and captured the road hub of
Hoengsong without a fight. They then pushed on
north. "
The assault opened with a bayonet charge that
killed or routed 250 Chinese Reds and captured a
1000-foot mountain northwest of Hoengsong.
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Then the Marines In tanks and
afoot barrelled through the
abandoned, bombed-out town 35
miles south of the 38th parallel
and seized two hills. Chinese re-
arguards defending the hills fled
after a short skirmish.
Other United Nations forces
on either side of the Marines
made gains of 1000 to 2000 yards
along most of the 60-mlle front
during the second day of their
esumed central Korean "Killer
Offensive."
American, Canadian and Aus-
tralian forces on the western
iank tightened the arc around
the no man's land town of Yong-
du 15 miles northwest of Hoeng-
fcong.
For the second straight day
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Escalator Clauses
To Be Exempted
From Wage Ceilings
WASHINGTON. March 2 (UP)
Economic Stabilizer Eric A.
Johnston is expectd to modify
tht tender percent wage celling
crder today to exempt cost-of-
llving escalator clauses, inform-
ed sources said.
This disclosure was made by a
spokesman for Johnston shortly
after President Truman dis-
missed labor's mass walkout
from the mobilization program
as not very serious and gave a
vote of confidence to Defense
Mobillzer Charles E. Wilson, tar-
gat of labor's sharpest attack.
While the spokesman did not
say what Johnston will do about
the problem, the econoi.iic stab-
ilizer Is working on a solution
that will be "acceptable by ev-
eryone."
Perhaps the most Immediate
problem facing Johnston is la-
bor's demand for cost-of-llving
P escalator clauses outside the 10
per cent formula. The wage
board Is powerless to act on
such policy questions without
the labor members, but Johnston
could legalize the clauses at any
time.
The United Auto Workers Un-
ion (CIO) has threatened to
itrike if necessary to protect
the escalators in many of their
contracts, some of which had
been due for readjustment to-
day. However, a union official
aid there Is no immediate
threat of a walkout.
One union official said that
even if the board is "reconstitut-
ed" there would have to be a
change in the public members,
against whom labor has "serious
objections."
AWOL Army Private
Caught In Panama
A 20-year-old serviceman was
picked up about 3 p.m. yester-
day near Rio Abajo, approxima-
tely 10 hours after he escaped
from the Fort Clayton hospital.
The prisoner. Army sources
aid, was Pvt. Edwin L. King. He
was serving time for being AWOL
and was temporarily in the hos-
pital. After his capture he was
transferred to the Clayton stock-
ade.
American planes fanning out
over North Korea ran into So-
viet-built Jet fighters. Amrelcan
lets tangled with four to eight
Red fighters at one point, and
four others at another, but no
damage was reported to either
side. One Red Jet was shot down
and another damaged by a
Superfortress In a running battle
yesterday.
General Douglas MacArthur
said the Communist are not giv-
ing ground easily and warned
that heavy fighting lies ahead.
He said that despite heavy
losses the Communists still have
31 divisions about 200,000 men
in a line across Korea from the
Yellow Sea to the Sea of Japan
for.'a stand near the 38th
parallel
He said six Chinese armies,
comprising 18 divisions, held the
center Une, and four rehabilitat-
ed North Korean corps, com-
piling 13 divisions, defend the
flanks.
United States 3rd Division
units probed across the Han
River into Seoul at three points
during a snowstorm. All return-
ed to the south bank of the river.
One patrol brought back prison-
ers.
Twenty Superfortresses flying
from Okinawa dropped 180 tons
of bombs on railway yards,
bridges, supply points and an
airfield In northwestern Korea.
Panama DA Seeks
Extradition Of Cl
Accused Of Rape
District Attorney Alejandro
Cajar of Panam said today that
he had requested the Ministry of
Government and Justice to ask
the extradition from the Canal
Zone of a young Puerto Rlcan
soldier in connection with an In-
vestigation of an alleged rape.
The U.S. Army Caribbean said
in reply to questions today that
it had received no request for
Braulio Antonio Rodriguez Car-
dona, of Ft. Clayton, who is al-
leged to hare committed the
crime.
A spokesman added that since
last December Rodrguez Cardo-
na has voluntarily appeared be-
fore Panam authorities several
times to answer questions, In
response to an Informal verbal
request.
Plot Against Remon
Reported; Two Held
Panama Policy Chief Colonel Jose Antonio Remon revealed
that two Nlcaraguans were under arrest today for reportedly
plotting to assassinate him during sporting events at the Olym-
pic Stadium. ., .
The Nlcaraguans, Armando Velez Ramirez and Julio Rueda,
flatly denied the charge and Remon said at noon that he would
release them "for lack of evidence,"
The pair were arrested yester-
day following testimony given by
a Panamanian woman, Rosa Ma-
ria Castro.
The woman said she overheard
the Nlcaraguans at a baseball
game last Friday say they were
planning to kill Remn "when
they got a chance." She also told
the police that she saw them
carrying a hand grenade and
said the pair were at the National
Passenger Service
To Be Resumed
On United Fruit Run
Passenger service between Cris-
tbal and New Orleans will be
resumed by the United Fruit
Company on March 28 with the
sailing of the S.S. Quirlgua from
the Crescent City.
William E. Adams, acting gen-
eral agent of the steamship line
announced this morning that the
vessel will sail fortnightly from
New Orleans thereafter, and wlli
Include Cristbal in its Itinerary.
The Quirlgua Is a familiar
ship in Caribbean waters. Re-
cently she was refitted at New-
port News to provide many more
cabina with private baths. A
swimming pool and veranda cafe
have been added and the whole
decoration modernized.
The ship now has comfortable
accommodations for about 100
Passengers. Though many ca-
ms will be booked by cruise
tourists, the logal agent has been
allotted sufficient for Isthmian
demand.
The itinerary provides for
sailings from New Orleans on al-
ternate Thursdays, arriving in
Cristbal on Monday at 7:00 a.
m. and departing at 1:00 a.m.
on Tuesday for Puerto Barrios,
Guatemala. The northbound trip
will take six days.
Local economy will benefit
from the new,service. It is plan-
ned to re-established the shore
excursion to the Pacific Side,
with luncheon at "El Rancho".
The late departure will give
ample time for shopping.
Besides the passenger service
the vessel will also offer a rapid
freight delivery from New Or-
leans, handling fruits and vege-
tables and other products re-
quiring refrigeration, as well as
dry cargo.
Gold Coast King Predicts
Boom in Atom-Bum Business
The hot "gen" from the At- ter because he figures he may
lantlc Side is that Max Bllgray, need It soon, he and the rest of
erstwhile King of the Gold Coast, his cromes,
is building an Atom Bomb shel-
ter in his country retreat at
Puerto Piln. In order to verify
this report, The Panam Amer-
ican yesterday sent a special
emissary to Coln to ascertain
"When it's all over, I can use
the place for raising chickens,"
Max declared.
The reporter inquired as to
what variety of chicken he in-
tends to cultivate and Max reck-
the qu pasa. He that Is the oned he'd bring some in from the
correspondent appeared at the Jungles of his native Chicago,
office this morning with swollen "although," he allowed, "they've
got some pretty good strains of
chicken up there to Costa Rica."
At this point, there were loud
cheers from "Pee Wee' Reese
who seems to be acting as con-
sultant to the Emperor.
The conference was then sub-
jected to a change of venue and
everyone returned to Max's town
residence. Eventually the repor-
ter came back to Panam on ins-
truments and was last seen en-
deavoring to interview the Isth-
mian Lana Turner by the
Braille system.
The correspondent's last in-
House of Lords, Bell's. King's telligible reference to his trip was]
Ransom, poker chips, blank that Coln may be suffering
checks, straight Jackets, paper from an economic recession but
for cutting out dolls and Mums the prospects for the Atom-Bum
Extra Dry which also Is good for business are fine,
dolls. Say, buddy, would yer mind
Maybe you think Der Maxle is passing me that pitcher of heavy
kidding? Not one ruble's worth, water? I'm gonna mix myself a
He's going to build a bomb shel- plutonlum highball. _________
countenance and an air-lock in
his speech which he declared to
be from the effects of radiation.
It seems that he reached Puer-
to Piln without incident and
cornered Don Mximo in his
lonely castle on the hill. Was
there any truth, he asked, In the
report that Max was building a
bomb shelter?
Max readily confirmed the
story. Although construction has
not yet been commenced. It wHl
begin in a matter of hours. This
bomb shelter is going to be a real
slapup affair with all kinds of
blowers for ventilation, ice box,
Gymnasium Sunday night dur-
ing the boxing match which Re-
mon also attended.
The police chief, who is an
avid sports fan never missing a
local event, said today he had
been unmolested but he had or-
dered the Nlcaraguans held for
questioning.
Remon revealed that the pair
admitted they were friends of
Luis 8omarrlba, a Nicaraguan
who has been twice deported
from Panam for causing dis-
turbances, the most memorable
of which was when he attempt-
ed to start a riot at the airport
on the arrival in Panam of Col.
Anastasio Somoza Jr., son of the
Nicaraguan ruler.
The Castro woman said there
was one other Nicaraguan In on
the plans but the police said they
hed been unable to locate him.
As far as the reported plot was
concerned, Remn said, the two
Nlcaraguans stated flatly that
they had no such intention and
denied ever making any such
statements.
Remn added, "It's their word
against one woman so I'm let-
ting them go... but we'll be
watching them."
la Prensa' Owners
Seeking Return
Of Printing Plant
BUENOS AIRES, March 2 .(UP)
La Prensa's management to-
day la awaiting a reply to its re-
quest to the Argentine govern-
ment for the return of Its seized
printing plant so the newspaper's
employes can return to work.
The property was seized by the
police after Roberto Nez, a La
Prensa printer, was killed and
other employes Injured in Tues-
day's mob attack arising from
the boycott called against the
newspaper by the Newsvendors'
Union.
Meantime La Nacin, the only
big independent newspaper ap-
pearing here since La Prensa
suspended publication as a re-
sult of Its dispute with the news-
vendors, editorially criticized
pro-Government newspapers for
trying to blame La Prensa for
Tuesday's disturbances.
Correspondent Frank Shea and
photographer Leonard McComb,
both of Time and Life, who were
earlier sentenced by the police
to 30 days in jail were given a
presidential pardon. Both were
released after being held 36
hours for questioning on what
they saw and photographed dur-
ing the back to work move at the
La Prensa prlntshop last Tues-
day.
They had been charged with
inciting public disorder and at-
tempting to hold an illegal meet-
ing. All their photographs were
confiscated.
Queuille Forming
New French Cabinet
As Bidault Fails
PARIS, March 2 (UP) Henri
Queuille, 67-year-old Radical So-
cialist leader and former Prime
Minister, agreed today to try to
form a new coalition government
after-ex-premier Georges Bi-
dault, head of the Catholic Po-
pular Republicans (MRP) had
failed.
Unless Queuille succeeds
France may be in the embarras-
sing position when the Big Four
deputies' meeting opens here
Monday of being governed by a
cabinet that of Rene Pleven
which has resigned. French gov-
ernments remain in office till
their successor is approved by
the National Assembly.
In any case, however, France's
foreign policy Is unchanged by
the crisis and she will be repre-
sented in the deputies' talks by
permanent staff members of the
Foreign Office.
In asking Bidault to take on
the Job of forming a Government
President Vincent Aurlol remind-
ed him that a prolonged govern-
mental crisis at this time could
have serious repercussions on
Western unity at one of the most
critical moments in world his-
tory.
2 Women Sentenced
For Vagrancy;
Sailors Not Held
Found in tall grass off Bruja
Road early yesterdav morning
with three sailors, two Pana-
manian women were charged to-
day in Balboa Magistrate's CourJ
with vagrancy.
The defendants were Rosa
Roveda de Morales. 26. and her
16-year-old companion, Olga
Martinez.
Neither of the two has a prior
record. Bach was sentenced to
10 days in Jail but the Jail sen-
tences were suspended.
Bonhomme Discard
KNOXVUXE. Tenn., March 2
iUP)-John Paul Jones of Sevler-
ville, Tenn., has been rejected
by the Navy because of flat feet.
Balboa Tides
High Lew
11:54 a-m. 12.0 ft 5:96 a.m. 2.5 ft
____________8:01 p.m. 35 ft.
Oriental Dragon's
Crew Stands Pal-
No Passport, No Go
CRISTOBAL. March 2 The
Chinese crew aboard the Pana-
manian ship Orental Dragon
was sitting pat today aboard the
Vessel in Limn Bay firm in
their demands that they must
have passports allowing them to
go ashore In New York or they
will not sail from Cristobal.
, Last night Wllford St McKay
agent R. R. Wilson spent four
hours on the strike-bound ship,
but could not convince the 57-
man Chinese crew aboard that
their passports will be waiting
for them In New York. Wilson
has a cable from the Chinese
consul general In New York veri-
fying this, but the crewman
hold: no passports here, no sail-
ing of the ship.
At noon today a delegation
from the Panam Labor office
was still aboard the ship, confer-
ring with the crew. Wilson,
meanwhile had confirmed by
telephone conversation with New
York that the passports will be
waiting there, but since this
pledge did not Influence the
crew, he was cabling Hong Kong,
asking that the Nationalist gov-
ernment In Formosa be contact-
ed and authority granted for the
passports to be issued here.
It was understood here that
similar difficulty had risen
when the Orental Dragon stop-
ped In Honolulu and her crew
was not permiitted ashore.
She arrived in Cristobal Tues-
day from Hong Kong via Hono-
lulu with a cargo of rubber tires
and surplus army vehicles
aboard. The only none-Chinese
aboard are the vessel's Lithua-
nian master, his wife, 18-year-
old son and 9-year-old daughter.
A guard of 17 Marines was
placed aboard the ship during
her transit. A Navy spokesman
said this we a "precautionary
measury" for "drill purposes." He
added that such Marine guard
will be placed on a translttlng
ship about once a month.
PC Reorganization
Will Not Affect
Public Law 600
Assurance that establishment
of the Panam Canal Company
on July 1 will not affect Public
Law 600 was given yesterday af-
ternoon to employe representa-
tives by Gev. F. K. Newcomer.
The statement was made dur-
ing the "Shirt-sleeve confer-
ence" at Balboa Heights.
Public Law 600 is that which
provides for transportation of
{overnment personnel and
beir household goods back to
the United States on comple-
tion of service here.
It had been rumored widely
that the law would net apply for
employes of the Panama Canal
Company, which will be a cor-
poration.
Russia Rumored
Ready To Agree
To Concessions
LONDON, March 2 (UP) A
high Iron Curtain sources said
today that Russia Is so convinced
that Oerman rearmament will
make World War III Inescapable
that she may offer a series of
concessions at the forthcoming
Big Four talks.
The source said the Soviet
Union may be ready to offer a
guarantee of non-aggression a-
galnst Yugoslavia, a reduction In
the armed forces of Rumania,
Bulgaria and Hungary, and a sig-
nature to the long-delayed Aus-
trian peace treaty.
In Washington Philip Jessup,
United States Ambassador-at-
large, said after a conference
with President Harry S. Truman
that the United States "will not
be taken in by Russia" in the
Big Four deputies' meeting open-
ing Paris Monday to draw up an
agenda for the Big Four Foreign
Minister. Jessup heads the Unit-
ed States delegation.
Opinion is general In both the
Communist and Western camps
that this Is the last try at peace-
ful negotiations and that if it
falls the West will irrevocably be
committed to military steps, in-
cluding the rearmament of west-
ern Germany.
The Three Western powers' de-
legates will meet in Paris over
the weekend to coordinate their
line for the meeting. A British
official said his Government was
anxious to see whether the So-
viet delegation was coming to
Paris in "a more cooperative
spirit."
A high Communist source said
the Kremlin and the govern-1
ments of Poland and Czechslo-
vakla were "alarmed beyond
bounds" at the prospect of a
rearmed Germany and would
probably make some gesture to
shake the West's determination
to press ahead.
The climax of the pre-confer-
ence maneouverlng that began
Nov. 3 came suddenly. Moscow
said yesterday in a brief note
that it would agree to the de-
puties meeting. The West ac-
cepted within five hours though
the Reds had not agreed in ad-
vance to draft a broad Big Four
agenda as demanded by the West
over a 118-day period of note
changing.
Bevin Rumored
Ready To Resign
LONDON, Mar. 2 (UP)A
report that British Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin had
decided to resign circulated
widely in London today bat
there was no confirmation
from any official quarter.
The Foreign Secretary will
be 70 next Friday. He hat
been in consistently poor
health climaxed by an at-
tack of pneumonia from
which he has just recovered.
The rumors did not say
whether the resignation
would be timed to come be-
fore the proposed conference
of the Big Four Foreign
Ministers.
Corozal Grave
Opened Today
For Evidence
Two charges, alleging that Panama Canal un-
dertaker Grover H. Bohan, had failed to account
promptly for a total of $280 in public funds, were
placed this morning in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court. Bohan, who retired recently and had plan-
ned to leave next Sunday for the United States, was
arrested at 11:50 a.m. at his home in Balboa. He was
released under $2,000 bail for appearance next Wed-
nesday.
Meanwhile, one grave in Corozal cemetery was
being opened today and the casket exhumed for
identification. Trustworthy sources said that it is
possible that other graves may also be opened, but
that this will be done only with permission of rela-
tives of the deceased. t|
Filing of the two charges this
morning came only six days
after The Panama American's
exclusive revelation that an in-
vestigation Into possible irre-
gularities in the handling of
caskets was under way.
The charges were signed by J.
R. Williams, chief of the inspec-
tion branch of the Finance De-
partment. The Investigation has
been conducted by the inspect-
ors and has been going on for
several weeks.
The first charge against Bo-
Plot
In Czechoslovakia
SpreadsOverNation
PRAGUE, March 2 (UP) In-
formed quarters said today that
the "Titolst" plot against Czech-
oslovakia's Communist govern-
ment had spread throughout the
country and included at least 10
members of the Communist
Party central committee, four
major party districts, and seven
members or former members of
the autonomous Slovak govern-
ment.
The plot was disclosed last
week by Government officials
who told the annual meeting of
the central committee that ex-
foreigh minister Vladimir de-
mentis. Brno district chairman
Otto Sling, Marie Svermova, de-
puty secretary general of the
party, and a number of others
had tried to overthrow the re-
gime.
Sling and Mrs. Svermova were
named as leading the attempt to
overthrow the National Govern-
ment and dementis was said to
have cooperated with them at
the same time as he was plot-
ting to set up an independent
Slovak state. All were members
of the central committee.
han, embalmer and cremator for
the Canal since 1930 and It
"Funeral Director" since the
Health Department reorganiza-
tion, alleges that on Dec. 1, ha
collected but failed to account
"fully and promptly" for $210.
This money, according to the
affidavit was the property at.
The Panama Canal and hao\
been collected and received by?
Bohan In his capacity as under-*
taker and funeral director.
It was understood that thl
money was found in his posses-
sion on Jan. 23 during an In-
vestigation by the inspectors.
The second charges alleges)
that on Dec. 18 he failed to ac-
count fully and at once for $70
which he had collected and thao
this money, like the $210, waa
the property of The Panama
Canal.
Bail of $1,000 has been asked
for each charge.
Last week Panama Canal
sources and the District Attor-
ney's office verified reports thao
the Investigation was being
made and had been referred to
the District Attorney for consi-
deration.
Canal sources said that the
matter hinged on the resale of
caskets in which bodies had
been shipped to the undertaking
establishment. The caskets were
reconditioned and sold to indi-
viduals with their full knowU
edge that the caskets have been
used," according to a Health De-
partment official.
District Attorney Daniel X.
McGrath. however, said, "resala
of these outside caskets Is only
one phase of the situation, asida
from falling to account prompt-
ly for public funds, some em-
bezzlements and possible for-
geries."
Bohan, a native of Manches-
ter. N H.. came to the Isthmus)
in 1915. He had a total of a lit-
tle over 35 years of service wlthi
The Panama Canal until his re-
cent retirement.
He was a board member of
the AFGE and a director of the
Canal Zone Credit Union.
C-Day's Coming
v--uay s coming \
Day Of Thedommy Book Ending
In Zone's Ar^con Store Tomorrow
^...,. tu h.v. their last the\cashlers when purchases are Commissary annex, since
Customers wiU have their last
day Saturday to spend money to
the Ancon Commissary without
paying cash.
Preparations lor the big ex-
periment of cash sales which
have been underway for the
past several weeks. Including al-
terations to the store and an-
nex, win be completed by the
time it opens Tuesday morning.
The preparations for changing
a custom of some 45 years'
standing have included an ex-
tensive rearrangement of the
merchandise; alterations to the
main building; installation of a
central cashier's booth to the
annex; training of cashiers and
other personnel; and countless
odds and ends not generally ob-
vious to the public.
Of primarv Importance to the
customers will be the require-
ment of presenting the proper
purchase authority when mak-
ing all purchases. Identification
cards, which serve also as au-
thority to purchase In the com-
missaries, are to be presented to
the\cashlers when purchases are Commissary annex, stoce ths)
jnade main store will be made corn-
Special purchase cards are to pletely self-service except for
be Issued by those customers two counters at the front of the
with limited purchasing author- store.
ity. These will be Issued by su- A considerable rearrangement
pervlsors upon request and pre- will be required to the mala
sentation of the regular card, store to Ancon between the tuna
The special cards are printed the store closes Saturday alter-
in $45.00 value, but can be va- noon and when It reopens Tues-
lidated for amounts as low as day morning. The hardware sec-
$5.09. When merchandise Is pur- tlon has already been moved
chased, the appropriate amount from the annex to the mala
will be punched on the card to store and this, together witsV
the nearest 25 cents. the meat and bakery section*
The special purchase cards will be a part of the self-service
will be acceptable only to the section.
Ancon Commissary. The two counters at the front
No change will be made in of the store for the sale of small
the handling of purchase by hardware Items, cosmetics, can-
customers with charge accounts, dies and tobaccos will not be la
except that no commissary cou- the self-service section and
pon books will be available for these will be served by clerk-
sale to Ancon. In accordance cashiers. A similar arrange-
wlth the general rule to all com ment Is planned In the annex
mtssafy stores, charge accounts where the stationery and no-
may not be used to the grocery tions counters will have lndlvl-
sectlon and therefore charge dual cashiers,
account purchases can only be A central cashier's booth baa
made to general to the Ancon (Continued en Page (, CoL 1>


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Sai Hi; g s Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly sailings to New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.
Occasional sailings to Ne* Orleans and Mobile.
rtae steamers In this service are Umlted to twelve passengers
Frequent Sailings from Cristbal to
West Coast ol Central America
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decrees
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Brazil's foremost woman phot,
Anesia Plnhelro Machado. Is ex-
pected to visit the Isthmus some-
time this month en route to Bra-
zil In her own light plane. She Is
the wife of Brigadier Antonio Ap-
pel Neto of the Brazilian Air
Force.
She was northbound through
the Isthmus several weeks ago Oy
commercial plane. No date for her
arlval has yet been received by
PAA, whose navigational facili-
ties she will use on the 7,000-mile
trip.
Sra. Machado left New York In
her Super Navlon plane on Feb.
18. She will first tour Mexico and
then follow the coast line south
to Guatemala. In Central Ameri-
ca, she is scheduled to stop at San
Jose. Guatemala, San Salvador
and Managua.
From Panama she goes south-
west, stopping at Jaque and Tti-
maco, Colombia, to Esmeraldas,
Manta and Guayaquil, In Ecua-
dor.
She will continue along the Pe-
ruvian and Chilean coasts, with
several stops, to Santiago. The
trans-Andean crossing will be
made from Santiago to Mendoza,
Argentina.
U.S. Embassy
Jeanette Lowrle, of the staff
of the U.S. Embassy at Buenos
Aires. Is arriving here Monday a-
board the Grace's Line Santa Ce-
cilia from Valparaiso. Miss Low-
rle Is scheduled to remain on the
Isthmus for a week, continuing
her voyage to New York March
12 on the Santa Margarita.
Auto Smash
Fred Bradyr Balboa shipping
agent, was still shaken yesterday
from a bad automobile accident
near Las Cumbres Wednesday
night. Brady said he was driving
to Colon. He was about to meet
and pass a large truck-trailer of
Terminales Panama when a pri-
vate car swung from behind the
truck trailer.
Brady said he swung onto the
shoulder of the road, only to find
that the oncoming car had made
the same move. Both then swung ,
back onto the pavement. The car \M^Y TUe"
Brady was driving was struck lo- V,,tXwAS?K'
ward its rear end and shoved a-
gainst the side of the truck-
trailer.
There were no personal injur-
ies in the accident, Brady said,
but property damage was consid-
erable.
Brady Is Balboa agent for Wll-
ford and McKay.
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Yacht Due
The 120-foot motor yacht Mar-
Jean, which has visited the Isth-
mus before. Is due here early to-
morrow from the Canadian west
coast.
Those aboard Include her own-
er, Harvery McMillan and Donald
Bates president of a large West
Coest Insurance company.
Wllford and McKay are agents
for the yacht.
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One reason some bridge play-
ers don't progress very far is that
they forget the problems of a de-
clarer wnen they happen to be
defending, and vice versa. For
example, probably every experi-
enced player has been faced by
the problem that confronted
South in the hand shown today.
Howeve*r, verv few defenders
would have the Imagination to
create this problem for declarer.
West opened the Jack of dia-
monds, and South won with the
king. It Is hard to see at first how
South can possibly lose this con-
tract, but it was all reasonable
enough.
Declarer drew three rounds of
trumps, discarding a diamond
from dummy on the third trump.
He then led the ten of clubs from
his hand and let It ride for a fi-
nesse.
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Pain's Fears
By LESLIE TURNER
PENNY WILL IE THRJLLO
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STEP 5HE'D REGRET LATE*!
East won with the king of clubs
andsince East was Larceny Lou
he promptly gave declarer i
something to think about. To be
specific. Lou returned the queen
of hearts.
This Is a situation that Is fam-
iliar to every experienced bridge
player. South must somehow j
manage to win a heart trick In
order to avoid defeat. If East is
leading from the Q-J of hearts,
South must play ow on the queen |
of hearts. If East then continues
with the Jack of hearts. South
can play the king, thus driving
out the ace and establishing dum- i
my's ten. If East continues with
a low heart, South can play low,
and then West will have to play ',
his ace to win the trick.
South was aware of the fact
that Larceny Lou might be stag-'
lng one of the deceptive plavs for
which he is so well known. But It
seemed equally possible that.
Lou's hearts really were headed
by the queen and Jack. He there-
fore played a low heart on Lou's
queen.
Lou did not betray anv sur-
Erlse when his queen of hearts
eld the trick. After all. it was
possible that his partner had the
king. He continued with the
deuce of hearts, and South play-
ed low again, hoping that Lou
had led from the Jack of hearts.
As it happened, of course, West
was able to win the second heart
trick with the Jack. He then re-
turned a heart to East's ace, de-
feating the contract.
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Marriage Licenses
THAYER, Arthur Norman, 21,
of Ancon, formerly of Glenn El-
len, California, to YOST, Grst-
chen. 23. of Ancon.
CAMPBELL, Royce Frank. 21.
of Corozal, formerly of Abilene.
Texas, to DIAZ, Eladla, 21, of
Panama.
Deaths
BARROW. Duncan 66, of Colon,
Feb. 27. Colon Hospital.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP)
Bill Hendrlx, grand dragon of the
Florida Ku Klux Klan, has an-
nounced he will run for governor
of Florida in 1952. Hendrlx. who
said he would take a "leave of ab- |
sence" as Klan chief to make the
race, claimed he would be the
only candidate "not on the
fence.
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FRIDAY. MARCH t. 1S1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE*
i.
'Even Purse-Snatchers Ride In 1951 Cadillacs
f As Florida Finds Prosperity Without Gambling
i
B HARRY GRATSON
Staff Correspondent
MIAMI (NEA) The other
day a Miami tourist reported to
police she had beaten off a
would-be purse snatcher.
The thief ran, lumped Into an
automobile and fled.
The car was a 1851 Cadillac
convertible.
This Gold Coast Incident, in
which even petty thievery Is
plush-llned. sets the pace for
Greater Miami's best season
since World War II. And with the
boom, Florida has discovered a
resort can be prosperous without
gambling.
The "liberal element" always
ballyhooed games of chance as
an attraction equal to the sun.
They screamed that shutting the
casinos would kill the season.
Then Senator Estes Kefauver's
crime Investigation locked things
up tighter than Philadelphia on
a Sunday afternoon.
Dade County's sheriff was oust-
ed for lax law enforcement.
Greater Miami was closed to rou-
lette, blackjack and kindred
fames. Open casinos, like Sunny
sles. the Boheme Club', the Lit-
tle Palms and Greenacres have
been shuttered.
Disappointed racketeers,- hop-
ing for a poor season so they
could bring back gambling, have
a new cry. They are screaming
that the ne*r boom Is the result
of war-conscious citizens taking
a last whirl before national aus-
terity sets In.
Whatever the reason, the rail-
roads, airlines and highways
have been taxed to near-capacity
by ever-Increasing crowds.
Legitimate business is up. The
arlv season continued good de-
gplte occasional dips of the mer-
cury. Fashionable Lincoln Road
on Miami Beach reports excep-
tional business despite high
prices.
... Hotels are bulging. Last winter
|P* there were 364 hotels on Miami
Beach, and 11 new ones sprang
up almost overnight. A standard
tourist greeting here seems to be:
"Are you stopping at the--------
this year?"
"Naw, that's a last year's ho-
tel."
'
Even old-timers are paying the
rates of $25 to $40 a day at such
new plush jobs as the Casablan-
ca Royal York, Lombard!, Johnl-
na and Sea Gull. They're all 100-
rooms or better, with penthouse
suites going, In some cases, as
hleh as $75 a day. and there are
takers at the price. Money is
cheap.
Greater Miami's growth isn't
solely transient. New permanent
residents are flocking here. The
Florida Power and Light Co.
shows a .10.88 per cent Increase in
the number of electricity users
this year over last.
Lone exception to the business-
ls-better story is the night club
set.
Despite such Derformers as Joe
E. Lewis, Martha Raye and So-
phie Tucker, things are slack. One
night club owner told the Miami
Beach City Council it ought to
call a referendum on restoration
of the liberal gambling Dollcy.
Only in Miami Beach would any-
one dare suggest use of public
funds to allow the public to vote
on the right to break a law.
BOOM DAYS DOWN SOUTH: Only the horses have room to move In this current winter scene at
Hialeah race track in Florida, where the shut-down of illegal gambling has boosted at-the-track
betting 22! j ].er cent and attendance almost six per cent.
Truman Takes Optimistic View
Of Labor Walkou t on Wilson
r
WASHINGTON. March 2, (UP)
-President Harry Truman dis-
missed Labor's mass walkout
from the mobilization program
yesterday as not very serious and
voiced full confidence in Defense
Moblllzer Charles E. Wilson.
prime target of the union leaders'
wrath.
He left hanging the question
whether he plans any specific ac-
tion to get Labor back in the ad-
ministration fold. But he said che
walkout will not interfere with
his plans to leave today for a
Florida visit of several weeks.
i
A A new policy of entertainment
at every major hotel further hit
nthe night spots. With top-notch
entertainers In sound -m-oofed
rooms, the hotels strive to keep
guests under their roof.
This public-be-served policy
reached a new high at one hotel,
where all a guest has to do is flip
a hankie onto the sands to sum-
mon alert beach boys with a
fresh highball or sun tan lotion.
The handkerchief Is supplied by
the hotel.
Tropical Park race track end-
' ed its season with a 29'/2 per cent
Increase In the parl-mutuel han-
' die. Hlaleah's wagering Increased
221/2 per cent,/attendance almost
six per cent. The Miami Beach
Handicap handle was $1.552.238.
Week day handles of more than
$1,250,000 have been common. Dog
tracks have done well. Only Jal
a-lal U off.
A large amount of the Increas-
ed take formerly was directed Into
Illegal channels.
Havana, where gambling is le-
5al, is doing leas business than it
id a year ago, proving that the
Cuban neighbor holds no threat
of competition because of its
more liberal policy.
This perhaps is the biggest blow
to ouen gambling since Col. Ed-
ward Riley Bradlev closed his
house in Palm Beach.
Fishery Marketing
Special Exam Set
By Civil Service
The United 8tates Civil Service
Commission has announced an
examination for Fishery Market-
ing Specialist to fill positions
paying $3,100 a year. Most of the
positions to be filled are In the
Fish and Wildlife Service of the
Department of the Interior and
are located In Washington, DC,
and throughout the Un 11 e d
States.
To qualify, applicants must
Eass a written test and must have
ad 3 years of appropriate expe-
rience. College study with spe-
cialization in economics or mar-
keting may be substituted for
part of the experience.
The age limits, 18 to 82 years,
will be waived for persons enti-
tled to veteran preference.
Further information and appli-
cation forms may be obtained
from the Commission's Local Be -
cretary, J. A. Yates, located at
Board of U.8. Civil Service Ex-
aminers. Balboa Heights, Canal
Zone, from civil service regional
offices, or from the United Stales
Civil Service Commission, Wash-,
ington 25, D. C. Applications must
be filed with the Commission's
Washington office not later than
March 13,1851.
Mr. Truman brushed aside a
number of questions at his press
conference on the United Labor
Policy Committee's action in or-
dering 14 labor representatives to
walk out of advisory government
Jobs in protest against the poli-
cies of Wilson and other mobili-
zation officials.
The committee accused Wilson
of Big Business bias, attacked
price stabilizer Michael V. Dl-
Salle's policies as "legalized rob-
bery of every consumer" and de-
nounced as "Inadequate" Econo-
mic Stabilizer Eric A. Johu/ston's
10 per cent wage celling formula.
In reply, Mr. Truman said he
has confidence In Wilson, thinks
DISalle's policies will keep prlres
from soaring and considers the
Labor Policy Committee's action
Just a disagreement, not a strike
against the government.
Mr. Truman also was asked
whether he planned to "change"
Wilson's "tenure" of office. He
said no. adding that he does not
know that labor asked him to
fire the Defense Moblllzer. One
union spokesman said yesterday
the Policy Committee's statement
"adds up to that."
There was at least one indica-
tion today, however, that Labor
might start returning to the gov-
ernment posts before too long. It
was understood that John>:lon
met with his advisers to consider
one of Labor's big demands ex-
pansion of the nine-man Wage
Stabilization Board to 18 mem-
bers with power to settle wage
disputes as well as set policy.
Atlantic Camera
Club Meeting
Listed Monday
The Atlantic Camera Club will
hold its regular meeting at 7:30
p.m.. Monday at the R.O.T.C.
building in New Cristobal.
Guest speaker for the evening
'will be Capt. Dennis 8. Heath of
Balboa, retired pilot and grad-
uate of the New York Instlttue of
Photography. His subject will be
"Retouching."
The regular black-and-white
print exhibition will be held with
Capt. Heath a*Wtic. Prize win-
ning prints wl^e held for the
club's annual exhibit.
Prints taken at the joint Dla-
?tyo-Atlantic Camera Club picnic
jit Summit will also be displayed
^Fnd criticized.
All Interested persons are cor-
aialty invited to attend. .
Church of God
Minister Arriving
Here Tomorrow
Rev. V. D. Hargrave, the Super-
intendent of Latin America for
the Church of. God, arrives here
tomorrow. He will speak at the
Church of God in Chorrillo. Pa-
nama City at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
Rev. Hargrave will also spenk
at the Clubhouse in Paraso. Ca-
nal Zone on Sunday at 11 a.m.
On Sunday at 7 p.m.. he will speak
at the Church of God in Colon
located between 11th and 12th
Streets, Hudson Lane.
Rev. Hargrave has recently
completed an extensive tour
throughout Central America and
was the speaker at Church of
Ood Conventions In Mexico, Sal-
vador, Guatemala, Honduras and
Costa Rica.
He is the President of the La-
tin American Bible Institute sit-
uated at San Antonio. Texas.
This school is teaching Bible Stu-
dents and sending them through-
out Latin America in the inter-
ests of the Gospel.
KILLED PARENTS Donald
Arceo, 14, meditates over a ros-
ary after confessing that he
hot bis parents to death in
Oakland, Calif., while they were
watching a television program.
The youth said he loved them
and couldn't understand why
he did it.
SOJOURNERS LODGE A.F. & A.M.
Special communication for the purpose of
holding Funeral Service over the remains
of. our departed
BROTHER FRANK AUGUST WIKRAN
At Cristobal Masonic Trstple, Saturday
March 3th, 2:2 p.m.
Funeral Service 3:00 p.m.
No flowers by request.
Carl Henry Stark,
Matter
Arthur F. Howard,
Secretary
One member of the Labor Poli-
cy Committee said he thought
there was a chance this might be i sion at Mount Hope;
worked out early next week. If r.o,
he said, labor members of the
board probabry would return
They walked out 13 days ago af-
ter the board adopted the 10 per
cent wage formula.
18 Join Canal Force
During Latter Feb.
Eighteen new employes, eight
of whom came from the United
States, Joined the Canal-Railroad
organization during the last half
of February, according to infor-
mation from the Personnel Bu-
reau.
Four of those who came from
the United States had formerly
worked for the Canal or Railroad.
The new States employes, their
positions and birthplaces follow:
Arthur T. Wilder, pllot-ln-
tralning; Dorchester, Massachu-
setts; William F. Edmonds, elec-
trician in the Commissary Divi-
sion at Mount Hope, Marshall,
Texas; Lucille M. Haas, of Giu-
mercy, Louisiana and Jeanne E.
Davenport, of Columbus, Ohio,
nurses at Gorgas Hospital; At-
rlck L. Nelson who was born m
Offerdal, Sweden, shipwright;
William A. Bradley, Gastonia,
North Carolina, general machin-
ist; and Wiltz J. Schexnayder of
Vacherie, Louisiana, shlpjolner
in the Industrial Bureau at Cris-
tobal; and Arthur S. Miller,
meatcutter In the Balboa Com-
missary, of Volo, Illinois.
New personnel who were em-
ployed locally were:
Carol P. Rice, clerk and Chas.
J. Dancy. battery repairman in
the Terminals Division at Cristo-
bal; George R. Reel, pumpman,
Municipal Division, Mlraflores;
Maxlne A. Cawl, clerk In the Na-
vigation Division at Cristobal;
Francis E. Conover, commissary
assistant and Miriam L. Risbcrg,
clerk. In the Commissary Dlvi-
Ruby E.
Ferguson, clerk-typist, Industrial
Bureau at Balboa; Clara M.
Chambers, clerk, Gatun Locks;
Paul D. Richmond, policeman at
Cristobal; and Jane D. Cox, clerk
at Gorgas Hospital.
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CZ Art League
Will Meet Sunday
The next meeting of the Canal
Zone Art League will be held at
the JWB Center on La Boca
Road, Balboa, at 3 p.m.
The guest speaker will be A. H.
Hatch who will talk on an effec-
tive method of cleaning oil paint-
ings on which mold has grown
without damaging the painting,
in his capacity as Chief Chemist,
Hatch has cleaned the murals In
the Administration Building.
The formal opening of an ex-
hibition of oil paintings by Elinor
Blennerhassett. wife of the Brit-
ish Pro-Consul in Colon will ano
be held Sunday. This exhibition
Is sponsored by the Canal Zone
Art League and is held In the
JWB Gallery.
Conducted Tour
Of Summit Gardens
Set For Tomorrow
Another conducted tour of the
Canal Zone Experiment Gardens
at Summit will be held from 9 to
11 a.m. tomorrow, It was an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
If the number of people who
take part In the tour this week is
as large as the number of parti-
cipants last Saturday, the con-
ducted Saturday morning tours
probably will be continued.
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When 'Fixed' Players Are Heroes, Where Are Moral Values? j
Young And Old Are Eager
To Lionize Crooked Stars
By HARrVqRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK, March 2 The New York basketball
scandal made bums out of a lot of college heroes.
Now a bunch of young collegians, some of the play-
ers' neighborhood friends and even a few newspapers are
trying to put the kids back on the pedestal again. All of
which calls for a return to fundamentals.
To see betrayed schoolmates,' a
duped coach and others making
pleas for 'misled'' athletes Is a
pretty disheartening spectacle.
At one -demonstration, coach
and students publicly proclaimed
their lasting affection for the
pribe-taklng players. A placard
read: "We still love you!"
Another showed one of the
game-throwing players basking
m the admiring smiles of young-
sters at the Newark, N.J., junior
high school where he used to
play.
The college newspaper In one
instance called for the full re-
enter a ball park ever again. Some
of these fellows; by the way,
weren't any older and had no
more advantages In home and
neighborhood than the basketball
players now under a cloud.
Those men were players In a
professional sport. Yet even In
baseball there haven't been any
other big scandals. College foot-
ball has gone about 75 years with-
out a blot, and good, clean, honest
basketball Is played all over the
country by thousands of young
men.
So why try to hoist up to mar-
tyrdom a handful of corruptible
'WHERE ARE THEY?__As educators plead- for moral values, as
per the newspaper head, Lone Island University students tell the
taro* who damped basketball tames they still love them. And a
benignant roach. Clair Kee, right background, lends his moral
FHrt to IhtweW pr*e
--(NEA)
Cubs Refuse Four
Players For Pafko
BY UNITED PRESS
The official opening of the
spring training season rode In to-
day on trade talk, late slgnlngs
and early injuries.
The trade talk comes from
Manager Leo Durocher of the New
York Giantsthe signlnga were
done by Bob Lemon, Jim Hearn.
Bubba Church, Ferris Fain and
Walter Kellnerand the casualty
list Includes Stan Musial of the
St. Louis Cardinals and Manager
Billy Southworth of the Boston
Braves.
Durocher says he offered the
Chicago Cubs four players for
Outfielder Andy Pafkoand had
the offer turned down by Man-
ager Frankle Frlsch. Durocher
says three of the players were
Giant regulars.
The Cubs had the cnolce of
either Whltey Lockman or Don
Mueller, both outfielders, south-
paws Dave Koslo or Monte Ken-
nedy plus a right-handed pitcher
and a utility lnflelder. The util-
ity lnflelder probably was either
Billy Rlgney or Jack Lohrke. al-
though Durocher refuses to name
him. Speculation Is the right-
hander was Sheldon Jones.
Ode Cops Cornucopia
Purse As Favorites
Get Disqualified
MIAMI, Fla., Mar. 2 (UP) A
gelding named Ode won the Cor-
nucopia Purse at Hialeah yester-
day when the apparent winner
was disqualified.
The Gustav Ring entry of Jam
Session and Lone Eagle was the
odds-on favorite. Jam Session led
in the stretch and Lone Eagle was
second when Lone Eagle lugged
in and brushed against Ode. Jam
Session went on to beat Lone Ea-
gle by a length and one-quarter,
with Ode finishing third.
But Jockey Angelo Vasflrid-
ing Odaclaimed a foul against
Lone Eagle. The stewards upheld
the claim. Both Jam Session and
Lone Eagle were pushed down be-
cause of the foul. That gave the
victory to Ode, with Jam Session
being dropped to second and
Lone Eagle to third.
Odea four-year-old chestnut
won his fourth race in eight
starts this year for Mill River
Stable. The time for the mile and
one-eighth was 1:50 2-5. That's
almost three seconds off Coal-
town's track record.
Ode paid $10.40, $3.20, and $3 10.
Dick Wakefield Accepts
One-Dollar 1951 Contract
SAN FRANCISCO. Mar. 2 (UP)
Outfielder Dick Wakefield will
be. gunning for popularity votes
as well as base hit* in the Pacific
Coast League this season.
The former major leaguer who
rebelled at taking a $5,000 pay
cut from the New York Yankees
last season is a changed person
this year. Wakefield has agreed
to play the 1951 season at Oak-
land for one dollar$17,000 come
down from 1950.
Wakefield explains It this way
"I cost Oakland a lot of money
last season and I didn't earn
much of it. So this season I'm
willing to work for one dollar in
hopes that I may be of some
help."
Wakefield batted .293 with
Oakland last season and received
a lot of bad publicity as a result
of his quarrels with the Yanks.
Many Pacific Coast League fans
greeted Dick with cat-calls more
than once in the 87 games he ap-
peared in.
This year Dick hopes to get the
fans on his side by showing the
hitting that got him a $75.000 bo-
nus when he was still on the Mi-
chigan University team. The out-
fielder took a big step In winning
back the fans when he asked for
and receivedthe one dollar a
year contract with Oakland own-
er Brick Laws.
Wakefield knows a good season
may win him another chance in
the big leagues. He also knows
Laws well enough to believe that
he'll get a sizable share of the
sale price If some major league
club decides to buy him from
Oakland.
In the meantime, Wakefield
will be swinging a double-barrel-
ed batone barrel for base hits
and the other for fan support. If
the first connects, the other can't
miss.
Fans Boo Saddler
For Dirty Tactics
In K.O. Over Sosa
HAVANA, Cuba, March 1
(UP) World Featherweight
Champion Sandy Saddler of
New York, 127*4, knocked out
Diego Sosa of Cuba, III,, In
one minute of the second round
of a scheduled ten-round main
event Wednesday night, but the
crowd booed Saddler for what
they considered "dirty tactics"
on his part.
The Infuriated spectators
flung themselves into the ring.
Police restored order.
The referee had repeatedly
warned Saddler for using "rab-
bit punches."
The police escorted Saddler
from the ring.
Saddler had floored Sosa for a
nine-count in the first round
with a solid right to the jaw. Sosa
never had a chance as Saddler
punished him with the opening
bell with right and left hooks and
showed dazzling speed.
In the second round Saddler was
landing solid blows In a neutral
corner when Sosa clinched. When
the referee parted them Sou col-
lapsed then tried desperately to
rise as the referee counted him
out.
The attendance totaled 8.000
while the gate was about $10.000.
Saturday's Program
1st Race "D" Natives 6! Frs.
Purse: S380.wwPool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Luck Ahead
2Sincero
I 3Tin Tan
; 4Batan
i 5Elona
' 6Stella
7Bagaleo
I 8Bijagual
E. Sllvera lOlx
V. Castillo 110
E. Darlo 107
R. Trejoa 118
M. Zeballos 118
M. Guerrero 109
K. Flores 120
C. Ycaza 109
Harangue Makes
Tatooing History
Instatement of the bribe-takers,
though nobody recalls them ask-
ing similar treatment for other
students suspended for much less
serious offenses.
Home town friends of one play-
er, who admits taking more than
$6000 in bribes, held a meeting in
the mayor's office to raise funds
for his defense!
For years I've been solng
around the country making
speeches to college and high
school youngsters on sports and
what they're good for.
What am I to tell these kids In
the future? That it's okay to take
a bribe for dumping a game or
shaving the score? That they'll
be heroes in spite of it?
I'll tell them nothing of the
kind. Instead, when we get
around to talking about moral
values In sports, they'll hear
something like this:
Every man even remotely asso-
ciated with the Chicago Black
3ox baseball bribe of 1919 was
barred from baseball for life, and
should have been. The guilty
players were forbidden even to
athletes who have done great
harm to the game?
We Americans get pretty stirred
up when anybody suggests we
should "reward aggression" by
letting the Chinese Reds get
away with something in Korea.
Is there any reason "to reward
conduct at home that violates our
moral code?
The kids who took those bribes
need a lot of sympathy and un-
derstanding. Maybe they got a
bad steer ^somewhere along the
way as they were growing up.
Something was missing in their
make-up. or else they wouldn't
have listened to those gamblers.
They ought to be given some
fatherly advice, and a fair chance
to earn a place once more in so-
ciety.
But they don't deserve any tro-
phies for what they've done. They
were wrong; they made some bad
mistakes. The path they followed
Isn't the route to basketball's Hall
of Fame, unless this country's
moral values are crumbling com-
pletely.
.io^r^fbuSl'e-e^wen-t- 3rd Race "H-Im^ted- **,..
a two-year-old Purse: $4W.M Pool close 1:45
to Harangue, a two-year-old
horse belonging to Hal Price
Headley, when he became the
25,000th thoroughbred to be lip-
tattooed.
The process completed by tat-
too crew chief Vincent P. Mara.
Harangue twiched his ear and
ran his tongue exploringly over
his upper Up, marked "R 5959."
his Jockey Club registration num
ber. But no celebration, not even
a lump of sugar for the guest of
honor, accompanied the event.
Juan Franco Tips
By "CLOCKER"
1Batan
2Marsellesa
3Que Te Cuesta
4Tap Girl
5Olive Blossom
6Lituana
2nd Race "B" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $S50.M Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Invasora)
2White Fleet I
3El Mag
4Repentino
5Proton
6Marsellesa
7Taponazo
8Loll to
E. Darlo 110
B. Moreno 116
R. Trejos 104
r. Gomez no
E. Julian 108
V. Ortega 118
G.Alfaro 120
J. Bravo 120
3 Nljlnsky
4Mimo
5Mon Etolle
6Hob Nob
G. Cruz 109
M. Guerrero 112
V. Arauz 110
C. Ycaza 109
7th Race "E" Imported 7 Ff s.
Purse: $650.0 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Suavoi
2Tip Top)
3Blido
4G. Triumph
5Paragon
8Porter's Star
V. Ortega ill
A. Phillips 120
V. Castillo 120
B. Aguirre 110
E. Alfaro lllx
G. Grael 120
8th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 4:41
Quiniela
One-Two
1rabe F. Jaramlllo 110
2Lightning J.Ruiz 114
3Certa'H. C. Ycaza 106
4Que te Cuesta V.Ortega 120
5Glory's Ace A.Enrique 103x
1Polvbrazo
2Nehulnco
3Rechupete
4Microbio
5Marlscallto
(i Bartolo'
7-CKjante n
8Cobrador
9Mllros
115
120
120
120
V. Castillo
E. Julian
* J.Bravo
B. Aguirre
R. Gomez 114
m. Guerrero 115
R. Trejos 104
C. Ycaza 120
K. Flores 115
4th Race "E" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Resorte A. Enrique
2Pesadilla V. Rodriguez
3Tana E. Silvera
4Tan Oirl J. Bravo
6Golden Babe M. Hurley
9th Race "H" Imported0'i Fss.
Purse: $400.0 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
0Strike One
7Mueco
R. Gomez
R. Ycaza
100X
105x
105x
110
110
110
HOx
1El Puma
2Alfonsito
3 Callmedear
4Beduino
5Wild Wire
6Cotillon
E. A. Diaz lllx
V. Castillo 120
J. Bravo 120
B. Moreno 118
C. Ruiz 118
A. Phillips 120
10th Race 'F-2- Natives4'i Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40
5th Race "I" Imparted 7 Fus.
Sincero Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:55
Invasora Lightning 2El Magoi G. Grael 114
Strike One, 3Doa Eleidai E.Sllvera 107x
Islero I 4- Olive Blossom B. Aguirre 120
Athos 5 Islero. V. Ortega 114
7Golden Triumph HSuavo (e) --------- ..,___
8Polvorazo Rechupete 6th Race "F" Imported1' i Miles
9Callmedear Beduino Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
10Helen B. La Ilusin First Race of the Doubles
11Tapicero La Plvora (e) ituana F. Jaramlllo 112
ONE BESTHelen B. 2-Athos R. Trejos 110
1Princesa
2Helen D.
3La Ilusin
4Danubio
5Tolete
8Centenario
R. Ycaza
B. Agutrre
E. Silvera
A. Enrique
V. Rodrguez
lOlx
112
99x
108x
1COX
C. Rulz 115
llth Race F-2' Natives4'i Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes (??)
1Fomento
2Pepe Plata II
3xito)
4La Plvora)
5Baru)
8Tapicero
C. Chavez
A. Enrique
C. Ycaza
E. Darlo
C. Doss
E. Sllvera
97x
lOOx
114
101
121
98x
Mike Kullkowskl
Cops USARCARIB
Golf Tournament
8FC Mike Kullkowskl. of the
Atlantic Sector team from Fort
Gullck. the odds-on favorite, took
the U. 8. Army Caribbean (Pana-
m Area) Golf Championship in
Thursday's final round of play at
Fort Amador, turning in a 76-78-
73-77 for a tournament total of
305.
Kullkowskl's team was the win-
ner In the foursome competition,
too, with a four-day total of 1259.
The other three members of the
Atlantic team are Maj. William
Hayden, Captain August Zllkle
and M-Sgt. James Mau.
Runner-up to Kullkowskl for
Individual honors was CaDt. Har-
old Sharp, Corozal, with 308, and
his team, like the new cham-
pion's, followed suit, landing sec-
ond place among foursomes with
a 1281. The three other Corozal
contestants are Major Ed Halll-
gan, Major Ken B. Forrest and
M-Sgt. Ed Pratt.
Lowest round of the tourna-
ment was recorded by 8awyer of
the 85th Group, a 68 In the third
round.
Medalists for the first, second
and fourth rounds, respectively,
were Zilkie, 75; Curtis, 78, and
Gardner, 71.
The remaining six teams in the
tournament finished in this or-
der: Amador, 1285; 65th Group.
1314; 33rd Infantry. 1318; 7461st
Signal, 1357; 46th Cavalry, 1381;
and 504th Field Artillery, 1390,
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Domino $5.60. $3.20, $2.80.
2Duque $3, $2.40. $3.40.
3Strike Two $3.40.
SECOND RACE
1Hercules $14.60, $5.20, $3.
2Volador $3.80. $2.40.
3Hoy es el Dla $2.60.
First Doubles: (Domino-Hercu-
les) $68.20.
THIRD RACE
1Vlllarreal $8.60. $15.40. $4.60.
2El Indio $15.40, $4.60.
3Caaveral $3.
Third Race One-Two: (Villar-
real (e)-Caaveral) $34.
FOURTH RACK
1Tapsy $43.60. $17.20, $7.
2Peggy $6.40, $4.
3Romntico $3.60.
Fourth Race Quiniela: < Tapsy -
Peggy) S139.20.
FIFTH RACE
1 Atason $22.20. $7.20. $4.20.
2Prestigio $5, $3.80.
3Pepsi Cola $3.60.
SIXTH RACE
1Gale Force $15, $5.80, $3.20.
2 Agradecida $7.40. $3.40.
3Armeno $2.80.
6EVENTH RACE
1Pulgarcito $3.40, $3.20, $2.20.
2Don Salomon $3.80, $2.40.
3Navajo Trail $2.40.
Second Doubles: (Gale Force-
Pulgarcito) $24.
EIGHTH RACE
1Dictador $3.80. $3.40. $3.
2Gaywood $3.80. $2.80. -
3Linney Head $3.60.
Eighth Race Quiniela: IDicta -
dor-Gaywood) $6.20.
NINTH RACE
1In Time $23. $14.20. $4.80.
2El Monee $13.80, $5.80.
3Gay Ariel $7.
Ninth Race One-Two:
Time-El Monee) $419.40.
TENTH RACE
1Celaje II $4.80, $2.60.
2Frutal $2.40.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Fanglo $3.80. $2.20.
2Dust Over $2.40
Putting one little word after another and whatever becam
of The Thing? Maybe they call it basketball because that's what
the players uso to carry their money home In. Says Lew Tendler
who adorned boxing's golden age: "Mickey Walker would hare
beaten Kay Robinson the best day he ever had." Presumably the
best night, too. The future books make the Red Sox and th
Dodgers the teams to beat, as usual. Fred Miller, young Milwaukee
brewer, Is still angling for the Browns with the idea of shifting
the franchise to his home town. Don't sell the old Notre Darner
short, either, for he's well equipped with both dough' and deter-
mination.

This will bring you up to date on Happy Chandler's fight to
save his $65,000 job. The baseball political situation is such that
the March 12th Florida showdown Is likely to result In a stale-
mate. The old guard, headed by Clark Griffith of the Senators,
appears to have enough strength, to forestall immediate election
of a replacement. If this happens the Chandler repudiation will
stand and he will continue to draw his salary, but the sport will
be administered by an lnterfamily commission until '52. Seem-
lngly the only chance for clear-cut action lies In the emergence
of a man wit) sufficient ability, popularity and stature to com-
mand unanimous support. No such man has yet been mentioned
In connection with the office. Chandler's prospects are said to
have grown no more inviting than when he lost out at the St.
Petersburg revolt.

I present herewith two points of view on how the indicted
basketball players should be handled. /'Cornell grad" writes:
"These boys have made a serious mistake but they aren't crimin-
als. I suggest the university officials, who were primarily respons-
ible, anyway, appear In court, assume their share of the blam,
ask that sentence be suspended on probationary terms and agree
that the players will receive their college degrees. Thus the boys
would be under the jurisdiction of the provost of the school who
would keep check on their activities. They would net be permitted
to participate in athletics. After graduation they'll probably bo
in uniform. This would give them time to re-establish and re-
habiltate themselves. I believe the colleges owe this to them-
selves as well as the boys." NoteI happen to know this gentle-
man. He was All-American in Walter Camp's time, is a repre-
sentative citizen, a successful businessman and not given to
maudlin sentiment.
(In
DOUBLE DEAL
Fort Worth, Tex. (NEA)
Texas Christian basketball stars
John Ethrldge, John Swaim and
Bill Elliot are on the baseball
team.
Backache, Getting Up Nights
Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble
If you are feellne; run-down, Utt up
Nights, or suffer fren Backache, iron
cloudy urina, Burning Pi esagee, Rheu-
matism. Leg Palm, Swollen Ankles,
N'ervousnees. Dlsxinsae, and faal old
before your tima, kidney trouble may
Im ilia causa.
Wrong food and drlnka, worry, colda
r ovai work placa a taaavy etraln on
yeeJr kldnaya ao that they function
poorly and oftan may nead balp la
properly purify your blood and maintain
haalth and energj.
Revltallaa Yar Klaoaya
A faat acting Internal medium callad
Cyatex, developed bjr th KnoxC
.'uOUol
laboratory of Loa Angelea, Callforala,
le now helping thouaanda to rerttaAaa
kldnay action In theae I poeitlva way a:
1. Mel pa kldnaya lean out polaenetsa
acida and purify th* Wood. 1. Caaba ts>
garma In the urinary system. I. Soothe*
and calma Irritate* tlaeuea.
Cyetex la new Importad r leading
drugglata, ao toara la no naad of any-
one Buffering from Backaebe, (Jetting
Up Nlghta and the other ayro*toma
mentioned abara wlthont Uta feanaflta
of tola grant medicine.
Oat Cyatex from your drugglat toanr
and aaa how ukskly It aelpa put yaa
on ilia road ta batter health.
RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY
DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th. 7th RACRS
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For ihe convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
Saturdays Feature Race
8th Race "D" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK

1. POLVORAZO............. V. Castillo
2. NEHLINCO................E. Julin
3. RECHUPETE............. . J. Bravo
4. MICROBIO...............B. Aguirre
5. (MAR1SCALITO............R. Gmez
6. (BARTOLO..............M. Guerrero
7. CALANTE II..............R. Trejos
H. COBRADOR...............C. Ycaza
9. .MUROS..................K. Flores
115
120
120
120
114
115
104
120
115
Sunday's Stellar Race
8th Race Open 654 Fgs.
Purse: $3,000.00 (Added) Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m.
"Francisco Arias Paredes Classic"
QUINIELA
1. AVENUE ROAD...........V. Castillo 110
2. PINARD...............J. Rodriguez 116
3. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Moreno 106
4. CHERIBERIBIN..........F. Jaramillo 108
5. (BEGONIA................. Trejos 102
6. (ROYAL COUP............B. Aguirre 128
7. FULL .................. - Enrique 100
8. WELSH LOCH..............J- Bravo 110
9. COGfiAC.................. DaHo \
10. FAIR CHANCE............E. Silvera 100
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The divergent opinion Is expressed by Felix W. Salmaggi,
Flushing, L. I."Put the blame where It belongs. Whoever com-
mits a crime is a criminal. Indirectly others are responsible, yes,
but without the man who accepts the bribe, then earns it, there
would be.no basis for the shocking disclosures. I believe the time
has come to stop making heroes and martyrs ol these 'youths*
(whose ages run from 22 to 26). The newspapers and Hollywood '
have long been guilty of glamorising all sorts of unsavory char-
acters simply because the circumstances happened to Invite
sympathy of a sort. I say picture these basketball players and all
such In the dlsgraee they properly deserve. Only in this way will
the real youth, the teen agers, realize the gravity of the offense
against society Just how old must a 'youth' be these days* to be
able to tell right from wrong?"
. e
Comment: This one is too big for a muddle head like see.
I think, though, between the two, I'd be Inclined to side part way
with the "Cornell grad." I make no exense fer them. I prefer to
believe you couldn't make the average American boy take dirty
money at gun point. In my book these sellout Players are strictly
no good and I want no part of their defense. Still, I would favor
suspended sentences. For the rest of their days they mast bear Ml
the stigma of crookedness. If they have any decency at aU their
conscience will be their jailer for life. Brand them and let them v
{o on their sorry, wretched, and It Is to be hoped, remorse-
alwsy. t t
The census shows there are now more women than men In
America, and most of them are to be found on TV panels baring
their chests. Cynicism is rampant but at least when a circus lion
killed a tiger in Detroit nobody screamed "fake." The fifth marT
tlnl Is always dangerous unless you want to prove you have
Imagination. Why is It no umpire Is ever nominated for the Nobel
Peace Prize? Without Connie Mack this year the Athletics will
look as strange as Gene Sarasen in long pants. What this country
needs Is a good five-cent nickel. It comes as a surprise to some
of us to hear Influence Is needed to get a loan In Washington.
We never realized It was that tough. A Boston scientist assures
us civilization can survive even the most lethal bomb but neglects
to explain why. Who remembers the good old days when the e
country's greatest concern was whether Babe Ruth would sign
bis contract?
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C.Z. League Second Half Race Tightens Again
Cristobal, Balboa To Meet
In Showdown; Brewers Win
CANAL ZONE LEAGUE
The Standings
STRAIGHT SEASON .
Won Lost
22 11
Baiboo" .:::...
Diablo ....:..- 11 24
Teams
Cristobal
Cristobal
Balboa .
Diablo .
SECOND HALF
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The Balboa Brewers get a golden opportunity to move
into first place in the second half race tonight when they
tackle the Champion Cristobal Mottas at the Balboa
A win for the Brewers would greatly increase interest
in the hot battle being staged between the Mottas and
Brewers for the second half championship. However, since
thev flaq is being decided on the straight season standing,
the Mottas would still be 1951 Canal Zone League Base-
ball Champions if they lose all their ramaining games.
In other words, the Cristobal Mottas have done it
again. They have already clinched the pennant.
U.S.A. Track Stars Perform Brilliantly
To Grab Unofficial Track And Field Lead
Last night the Brewers copied
their seventh straight game be-
hind the effective hurling of
Manaeer John Orodzlckl, who
went the route for the first time
th's season; *
Big John a'lowed only four
hilt, whiffed eight and walked
three in notching his first tri-
umph of the season. An even doz-
en hits by Qrodzlckl's teammates
aided his cause.
Jos Gressell was the Monte-
m-ras' starting Ditcher. He hurl-
ed until the eighth when the
Brewers tallied five times off him
and Earl Holder relieved.
Bud Hardin homered with one
on In the big elghth-innlng rally
Balboa lumped into the lead
with three runs In the third and
added their runs in the five-run
eighth Innlns. Diablo got a run
In the sixth and added three more
in their half of the eighth.
Gradv Wl'son, with three for
six. and Bud Hardin. with two for
four, were the leading Balboa
hitters. No D'ablo player got more
than one hit. .__
Next Move Probable Choice
In Tomorrow's Santa Anita
BY UNITED PRESS
fhe talle around the barns and \
workout tracks at Santa Anita Is,
that this could be the year when
a filly or a mire wins the 8100.-
000 Santa Anita Handicap which
will be run tomorrow.
A f Ulv or mare never has won .
in 'he 14-vear history of the mile '
and one-quarter handicap. But
those close to the picture are
looking tor a change In this
year's running at the Arcadia,
California track;. Next Move is
considered a threat.
The forecast Is for rain over
the next few days, but that isn't
considered a threat to Next
Move's chances this Saturday.
Next Move Is a better than aver-
age mudder. The Vanderbilt fillv
gets into the race with 116
pounds, after having carried as
hleh as 130 at the current Santa
An'ta meeting.
Next Move has the soeed to
stav with any fast early pace.
That, coupled with her driving
power, would make Next Move a
real threat In the mud.
The chief threat to Next Move,
according to the form charts,
er"1 '"1 come from the Calumet
Farm entrv of Coaltown and Be-
witch. But If the track Is muddv,
Coaltown probably will stay in
the him. The guess is 12 thor-
oughbreds will start In the han-
dicap.
BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 2 (UP>
United States track and field
men, who grabbed the lead with
110 points in the first Pan-Amer-
ican Games yesterday with sen-
sational performances before 35,-
000 spectators, were today expect-
ed to lengthen their lead in the
fourth day of competition.
The unofficial track and field
standings at the start of today's
events showed Argentina trailing
In second place with 75 points,
Brazil third with 30. Chile foi"-tn
with 22, Co'ombla and Cuba tied
for fifth with 11. Per sixth with
9. Guatemala seventh with two.
Mexico eighth with two and Par-
aguay ninth with one.
In women's track and field, Ar-
gentina held the lead with 24
points. The U. S. was second with
19.
Jim Fuchs. ex-Yale star who
set a new South American discus
record of 48.21 meters O 60 feet
five inches): Bob Richards, who i
set a new South American pole
vault record of 14 feet 9"a inches,
and Mai Whltfield, whocanturr-d
the 800-meter run In one minute
53.2 seconds, paced the United
States track and field stars.
Whltfleld's time was foi'r sec-
onds slower than that clocked at
the 1948 Olympics in London. The
U.S. grabbed a sizable share of
noints in the 800-meter race when
Whltfleld's teammates, Bll'
Brown and Hugo Maiocco. came
In second and third behind him
for the first "grand slam" of the
games.
Fuchs. who also holds the
world's shotput record, was vir-
tually assured of winning the fi-
nals In that event todav and
world chamnlon Di"'- *H's" 's
conceded a soot In the 110-meter
hrrdles elimination';.
Splinter Arthur Bragg was fa-
vored to finish first or second in
the 200-meter fin-Mi with te-*n-
mate Don Campbell pressing him.
Both won heats ysterda". The
United Stetes lust missed win'-:
nln- two other track events.
John Twomey was narrowlv
beaten bv R. Bralo of Argentina
in the 5,000-meter event while
Jean Patton finished second b-
hlnd L. Lanz of Argentina In the
women's 100-meter finals.
In basketball Panama classi-
fied for the final round bv dc-t
feating Mexico 62-57. For Pan-
am the scorers were Blades S,
Tom *. C'umherb^fch nr>\ Jn
one, Cells 11, Echeverra one,
Arosemena 16, Frazer 4, I.uz-
eando 14, and Williams 4.
In cycling Argentina won two
first places. They copped the
1.000-meter scratch and the 4.1*00
meier ra^e. In the 1,000 meter
scratch they finished first, sec-
ond and fourth. In the 4.000 me-
ter race they wound up first and
second.
In baseball Mexico trounced
Argentina 19-5.
Linescore:
Mexico 324 014 20319 13 3
Argentina 200 000 300 5 5 9
LOPEZ, Flores. Contreras and
Deloado HERMIN and Folgosa,
DeKeene,
Slugging Stanley Cnvasso bat-
ted Nicaragua to an 8-6 victory
oyer the highly touted Venezuela
in the second round of the Pan-! Linescore:
American Games baseball series.
First Baseman Cayasso got a
double and two singlesdriving
in four runsto lead his team-
mates to the upset triumph.
Venezuela 032 000 0016 9 6
Nicaragua 202 200 02x8 10 1
Meza. TORO (4), Quintero (5)
and Rublo. Poveda, MEDINA (3),
Aburto (9) and Sandoval.
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Seventh Straight
Crime rings operating In the
sports world are taking the head-
lines these days. But President
Spencer Drayton of the Thor-
oughbred Racing Protective Bu-
reau says the SM of Kings is in
the clear.
Drayton today told the Ke-
fauver Committeea Senate
crime Investigation groupthat
there Is no control over the sport
by any organized interstate crime
ring. Dravton savs over a one-
year period 2.449 persons were
tossed out of TRA tracks.
The group included bookmnk-
ers, touts, olekoockets and pan-
handlers. Dravton goes on to sav
that In an Isolated Instance, un-
desirables may get control of a
local track. But adds Drayton. It
was Impossible for any organized
crime syndicate to operate In
racin?.
Balboa
Kennedy, rf .
Hardin, ss .
Leftrldge, cf .
Wilson, 2b .
Cicero, If. .
Williams, lb .
Atwood, c .
Morton, 3b .
Orodzlckl, p .
AB R H PO A
6 1
2
3
1
2
1
1 10 0
1 8 0
1 0
1 0
Totals.....39 8 12 27 9 2
Diablo
Yaeger, cf . 3
Gill, ss.....3
AB R H PO A E
1 Filo, lb.....4
Ganss, c .... 4
Ridge, Joe. If. 4
Stopa. Joe. 3b. 3
Peussey. rf ... 4
Uber, 2b .... 4
' Gressel!. p . 2 0 0 1
Holder, p. ... 2 0 0 0
2 1 1
1 0 1
0 1 12
0 0 1
0 0 3
0 1 3
0 0 2
1 1
0 1
3 O
Totals.....33 4 4 27 14 3
Score Bt Innings
Balboa 003 000 0508
Diablo 000 001 03O-4
Runs Batted InWilson 3, Gill,
Hardin 2, Filo 2. Earned Runs--
Balboa 8, Diablo 3. Left on Bases
Balboa 14, Diablo 5 Home Run
Hardin. Three Base HitYae--
er. Two Base HitsKennedy,
Wilson, Uber. SacrificeGrod-
7lcki. Stolen B a s eLeftrldge.
Wild PitchesOrodzlckl. Ho'der
2. Struckout ByGrodzlcki 8,
Gressell 1. Base on Balls Off-
Grodzickl 1. Gressell 6. Holder 3.
Hits and Runs OffGressel 11
and 7 In 71-3 Innings; Holder 1
and 1 in 1 2-3. Losing Pitcher -
Gressell. UmpiresLevy, Pratt.
Time of Game1:58.
WEARYING. WASN'T IT?Night hours appear to have Ch. Bang
Away of Sirrah Crest down. The two-year-old boxer emerged from
the Westminster Kennel Club competition at Madison Square Gar-
den as best-in-show. He is the first dog from -west of the Mississippi
River ever to cop the crown. The disinterested titleholder is owned
by Dr. and Mrs. Rafael G. Harris, handled b;i Nate Levne. (NEA)
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THt PAMAMA AMERICAN A INDEPENDEN* DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1951
-; Panama American Classified Page :-
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE: 1947 OoslSy Sedan.
C.350.00. .Duty Poid. Houte 23
Apt. 4, 50th St.. Bill* Vista.
FOR SALE 1950 Oldsmobile "SB,"
* door Jtdon, Hydromatic. radio,
Bndercoited. 5623-D, Hecker
Piece, Dioblo. 4-6 p. m. Tel. 2-
889.
FOR SV*l.E:1946 Chevrolet, blue,
4-dcOr sedan, excellent condition,
rodic. clock, hill-holder, Oil filter,
white rirtit for wheels ond mony
other icceMories. Highest offer
Over $900 00. Inquire quarters 39,
Albrook, or phone 86-3122.____
FOR SALE1941 Studebokir Coupe
very aood condition. Cheap. Porta-
ble street No. 422, nytlmo.
FOR SALE: -.1950 DeSoto Club
Coup. New rubber. Con be fin-
anced. One Lionel from, track ond
txtros. House 141. New Cflstobol
FOR SALE:. 1949 Pontioc "8"
Chieftain 4-dOor seden with Hy-
d:mot:, radio ond heater. e*cel-
lent condition. Call r*t. Gulick 88-
i28 or 88-374.
FCjrsALE:-l949 Chivrolet eon-
'rtible, with radio, can be fmonce.
rJco $1.500. for your informotion
e Fronk Alemn. Smoot y Par-
I or coll Tel. 2-0600.__________
FOR SALE
Real Estate______
FOR SALEBar with ink, brass rail,
back piece and shelves, six stools.
Moke an offer. Drop leaf toble $3-
00. Mahogony ond mirror, coffee
tcb'e. $15.00, 2 pr.. ond tobies
$8.00. $4.00. Walnut buffet $25.
Sllvertone radio phonoflroph $75.-
.00. House 171-B Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motor
<=OR SALE: 18 Ft. Sharpie out-
board ouxiliary sloop. $300.00.
Complete with 7 2 HP. Martin
motor. Cristobal 3-1361.
FOR SALE:__Swap Nash marine en-
gine. 90 horse power, needs work
on it. for rugs, drapes, etc. 2018-
D, Curundu, Tel. 83-6252.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANT!DSecond hone theotra arm-
chair!. Coll Meflnei. Panama-
American Tet. 2-0740.
Conodian family require cholet three
bedrooms, study, garden, garage,
preferably Bella Visto, Golf Hqts ,
eic. Tel. 3-2492.____________
Help Wanted
WANTED:Cook ond general house-
keeper for American fomilv. West
Indian woman preferred. Referen-
ces. Phone Colon 1337.
Position Offered
FOR SALE
Miseellaneou
FOR SALEHigh Fidelity Long Ploy-
ing Records. London, Concert-Hall,
Columbio. Polydor. etc. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street 6-A. Phone 3-
1029.
(OXER PUP. 6 months old, Stotes
Bred, champion sixed, result of
three generations of planned breed-
ing, worth thousand dollars. Mult
sell $250.00. Albrook 3142.
FOR SALE:HAM radio transmitter
250 wotts one 813 final PAIR
811 modulator. Very fino condi-
tion, phone 2-0214 or 3-3374,
Panamo.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Refrigerator. 9 foot
Wesctinghouse, perfect condition.
524-D, Cocoli. Phone 2-1031.
FOR SALE:One cedar chest. Tele-
phone. Ponami 2-3067.
FOR SALE: 2 single innerspring
mattresses, reosonoble. I 51 1 -A.
Akee, Bolboa.
FOR SALE:Bedroom set, twin beds,
llkl new. No. 56 Mexico Avenue.
FOR SALE: 7 cu. ft. 25 cycle.
Westinghouse Refrigerotor, like
new. 2 years 8 months guarantee
left. 25 or 60 Cycle G. E. table
radio. 25 cycle kitchen clock.
House 476-C. Cocoli.
FOR SALE:3 piece sectional furni-
ture overstuffed iwine eoler); 1
overstuffed large choir (blue'; 1
9 X 12 rug and mat; 5 throw
rugs, wool; 3 end tobies; 2 table
lamps; I coffee toble solid maho-
gany top. Brought from States 6
months ago $400.00 for lot.
May be seen Qtrs. 422 Coroial,
Tel. No. Corozal 3139.
FOR SALE Refrigerator Frigidaire
7 c.f. 18 months old. 25 cycle
$175.00. 8052-G Third St. Mar-
garita. Phone 3-1289.
FOR SALE: Or trade 60 cycle
Westinghouse refrigerotor, 2 years
old. 55 pounds, freezing compart
ment. One muskrot fur coat. 507-
B. Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Z wicker chairs, maho-
gany desk; mohogany China cabi-
net, porce leaf toble, 2 axmms-
ter rugs 9 x 12, day-bed with pil-
lows, outboard motor and fishing
equipment. Phone 3-1316 house
139 New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire refrigerator,
7 cu. ft, 25 cycle, 14 months old.
Sell for $150.00 or best offer by
Morch 7. Call 3-2585, write Cris-
tobol. Box 1523. or see at 207,
Colon beach, anytime except Sun-
day.
RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Santa Clore beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
f'igerotion. modrate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 Of 4-567.
FOR RENT: In El Voile, Anton,
week-ends or weekly. 2 bedroom,
house No. 80. Next to hotel Pon-
Americano. S*e caretaker or coll
83-2187.
vVilliont* Sonto Clora each Coiteo.es
fwo bedrooms, electr.c ret.-igero-
tion. Pock go .antes Phono Sal-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Phillipi. Beach cottage*. Sonta Clore
Bex number 4J5. Balboa. Phorw
Panama JH77 or Cristobal i
167.4
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingroom, dmingroofn, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, terrace,
garage, servant's room, garden,
large patio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-3085.
FOR RENT:Chalet two bedroom,
room service. Located Vio Belso-
no Porras, for informotion call
telephone 3-1332.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENTApartment one bedroom,
service, porch and kitchen. In-
formation coll personally to Mer-
cado Modelo. Justo Arosemena
Ave. ond 29 Street East. Do not
call by phone.
FOR RENT.Best furnished, small
apartment, value in town. All con-
veniences. Paitilla Airport Road,
No. 121.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
upper floor: livingroom, dinmg-
rcom, balcony $75.00. No. 23.
Apt. I. 48th Street.
FOR RENT:Modern apartment, 2
bedrooms, upstairs with penthouse,
beautiful seo view. 48 St. No. 11.
Information coll telephone 3-1897.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We wish t* extend our thank*
to the Weather Bureau far
their fine cooperation in wa-
tering local lawn during the
delay in arrlral of our
Lawn Sprinklers
Now that wo have a Urge
assortment, at all price*, they
may let the dry season begin.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Aye. Tel. 3-1140
luneta
BUILDING
SUPP1IES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Jnan Franco
lei. 3-1503
Virginia University
Students Hang Corpse
In Famous Rotunda
CHARLOTTESVILLE Va., Mar.
2 (UP) Indignant Virginia
University official demanded
today that the pranksters who
strung up a nude corpse in a yel-
low necktie from tne famous, old
campus rotunda here tep forth
with "a full explanation and a-
pology."
The male cadaver was stolen
from the University's Medical
fichool anatomy laboratory Tues-
day night and discovered early
yesterday by horrified faculty
tuebcrs. A sign hung on the boc'y
read. "Fletcher change your re-
gime."
Richard R. Fletcher, Assistant
Director of Admission*, la a mem-
ber of a faculty committee wont-
ing with first-year students.
Colgate Darden, President of
the University, grimly warned
the student body today that the
prankster might be subjedt to le-
gal action on charges of breaking
and entering "or grave-robbing.
Darden ordered a full Investiga-
tion.
Army, Navy, Air Force News
Army Engineers Ask
Bids To Purchase
Gulick Buildings
Two buildings at Fort Gulick
are being offered for sale, Pan-
ama Project Office of the Unit-
ed States Army Engineers an-
nounced today.
Both buildings No. T-S63 and
T-564, have concrete founda-
tions and floors, wooden walls
and corrugated iron roofs.
Sealed bids, in triplicate, will
be received until 8 a. m. March
13 at the Office of the Project
Manager, P. O. Box 5043, Ancon,
or at Building No. T-82 Quarry
Heights where bid focms may
be obtained.
The structures will be sold as
a one bid Item. They are now
open to Inspection by prospect-
ive purchasers.
The sale will be on an all-cash
basis. Each bid must be accom-
panied by a certified check,
cashier's check or postal money
h-UPHQLSTER
Vow (waiter* like new.
LfwMt rtt
Li m* rimrt raur eulartai
iulro SS&nrSFlnn
> 1.01. to n m
WANTED:F.rjt class licenser! Ame-
rican btoutv operator. Phone Bol-
boa 2959 or 265".
LESSONS
If you lock poise, groce, confidence
and self assurance, contact us
274 3105 or Belboo "Y" Harnett
& Dunn.
FOR SALE;Singor sewing foot mi-
chine, 6. E. refrigerator^ gas Stove.
4 burners, Underwood typewriter,
b*by crib. Stroller. Phone 916,
Colon.
FOR SALE:China closet, extension
dining toble, 6 choirs, bed frame
for (ing'e bed. Bolboa 3688. House
0435-A.
FOR SALE: 1 1 piece Philippine
bamboo livingroom set, 6 rows
bamboo. House 2131-A, 6th St.
Curundu.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds for
rain el*votor house, green topes
ound oak dmmgrcom toble. Cris-
tobal 3-1304.
DAY OF THE.......
COMMY BOOK .....
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been built In the annex and all!
purchases, except those from
the two lront counters, will be'
paid for and packaged at that
counter. The principal change
In the annex has been the in-
stallation of the men's clothing
section at the rear of the store
where the hardware section Was
formerly located.
Alterations to the main store
In Ancon have consisted chielly
of the provision of a new en-
trance at the rear of the build-
ing which ill provide an easier
access between the main build-
ing and the annex. Cashier
check-out lanes will be provided
at the from and back of the
main store's self-service section
and entrance to the store will
be from both front and rear
doors.
Opinion on cash sales amone
customers seems to be divided,
according to Commissary Divi-
sion officials. Manv of the An-
con customers have announced
a decided advance approval of
the new system While many
others have indicated a prefer-
ence for the use of coupon
books.
The experiment In Ancon will
be watched with great interest
bv Commissarv Division officials
since it is planned to adopt the
system in other tore* if the ex-
periment in Ancon proves fea-
sible and economical as well as
beinc more convenient for cus-
tomers.
FOR SALE: Biltrite stroller, extra
large, brought from Stotes. Phone
any time Balboa 2-2717.
Chiang Predicts
Return to Mainland
Within One Year
TAIPEI (Formosa), Mar. 2
i UP i Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-shek said today that the
Nationalists would te back on
the Chinese mainland within
one year "if every one of us does
his utmost to wipe out Com-
munism."
He made (he prediction while
addressing a graduating class of
armv cadets at Fengshang.
southern Formosa.
Chiang said "since the fall of
the mainland the people there
are living under conditions worse
than death. They cannot earn
a living. They are dying a slow
death. These compatriots are
our fathers, mothers, brothers,
wives, Maters, friends. Our coun-
try and our nation has suffer-
ed its worst disgrace in history."
FOR RENT Furnished oportment for
2 bachelors: I large bedroom,
bath, electric Frigidaire. Bella Vis-
ta. Near bus-stop, $50.00. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT:Apartment, well venti-
lated, good location, 2 bedrooms
eoch with both and balcony, hot-
water injfollotion, servant's room,
gorage. 44th. St. East No. 32,
phone 3-0815.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
privte entrance, No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT:Large completely fur-
nished apartments in residential
sections, telephone included. Call
Ponoma 3-3268,morning or even-
ing only.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
modern oportment, with telephone.
Available March 20th tor two
months. Maid services if desired.
38th St. No. 9, Apt. No. 2.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
rocm in Bella Vista, with modem
comforts. Electric refrigerator. No.
13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, clean
cool room meals if desired,
Bella Vitta, 46th street. 18-A,
Apartment 3. Call 3-1789 or 2-
1693.
We are the largest
importers of GLASS
Diablo Mirror Factory
#4 East 16th St. Tel. 2-2800
Investigator Claims
Child Weltare Head
In Georgia Is 'Red'
ATLANTA, March 2 (UP) A
legislative Investigation of the
State Welfare Department
brought out today the charge
that Child Weliare Director Lo-
retta Chappell was "a Red."
Rep. Bush Mlms of Miller
County, chairman of the com-
mittee, subjected Miss Chappell
to a long examination of her
political and social beliefs. Bhe
steadfastly denied being a Com-
munist or a fellow traveler.
"I think you are a Red from
the bottom of your feet to the
top of your head," Mima told
the matronly state official.
The legislator said that she
be one o Ireland* myriad boot- could .-tg^ jt to the courts."
lmers. f Miss chappell said
Customs officials admit they
have stopped only a fraction of
the shipments over the border
from the Irisn Republic, where
Fletcher, who also Is freshman I for an amount not less than ten
per cent of the total bid.
Army Promotions
FORT GULICK The 7470th
AU (Tile UfARCARIB School'.
Fort Gulick, recently announced
the temporary promotion of 12 of
Its enlisted men to the grades of
master sergeant, sergeant firs!
class, sergeant and corporal.
Individuals promoted were:
Sfc Mike Klnnlck. Motor Sergeant
at the School Motor Pool, to mas-
ter sergeant; Sergeants Teodoro
Fuentes, Carol T, Robinson, Nnr-
Val V. Smith. Vincent J. Holt,
Sr.. Joseph Detrlck. James R.
Thompson. James L. Barr and
William O. Logan. Jr.. to Ser-
geant first class; Cpl. Henry P.
Gedwed to sergeant; and Privates
first class Walter F. Weedon and
BUlle Taylor to corporal.
athletic coach, shrugged off the
1 Incident. He had become accus-
I tomed to such tactics, he said.
For years. Virginia students
have filched corpses from the la-
boratory during the initiation
season. However, University
'spokesmen said most students
were shocked by this Incident,
land felt the sign Indicated a
grimmer purpose than the usujl
run of si mits.
Eodles were taken from the la-
boratory "two or three times" in
the last 20 years, officials *aid.
However, this was the first lime
one was carried to the center of
the campus. Traditionally, they
were found next morning hang-
ing in the portico Of the school.
That Breath of Old
Scotland Interests
Irish Revenuer
By BRANDAN WALSH
DUBLIN, March 2, (UP) A
true son of Erin may curse at
the evils of what he calls "par-
tition." but he also may be lin-
ing his pockets because of it.
That is so if he happens to
she will consult a lawyer.
Miss Chappell's questioning was
the highlight to date of ine
probe authorised by the recent
whiskey 1. cheap and M^^^^^hJS^
to northern Ireland Where it is!Ala>> Jg J.^ ^ ^
scarce and dear. The mum of- gcale instigation o applicants

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Potatoes Are Good
War Food, Claims
Cornell Doctor
ITHACA. N. Y., March 2. (UP)
The potato can be a valuable
asset in wartime, according to
a Cornell University Nutrition-
ist.
Dr. C. M. McCay says "if Am-
erican soil becomes a battle-
ground, we need to remember
several facts about potatoes."
"It Is easier for an Invading
armv to destroy grain fields or
hay than when It is a root croo
under the ground." he said. "Po-
tatoes cannot be destroyed easi-
ly by an incendiary bomb.
"A bin of potatoes is not
readily destroyed either because
potatoes are three-fourths water
and will not catch fire. Oraln
Can be burned readily."
Haddock Catch
BOSTON, (UPi New En;-
lani fishermen annually catch -
bout 14.000,000 pounds of had-
dock worth more than 4,600,000.
flclals say some of the methods
used could have been studied by
the American bootlegger of the
twenties.
A motherly old soul appeared
at a customs barrier one day
With a child apparently asleep
In her arms. A few Judicious
sniffs, however, and the officers
decided the baby might have
passed out. Its bottle was full
ol whiskey.
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In a train compartment, offi-
cials discovered an old man who
looked half-dead. He told them
he was "very sick, very sick."
and held two hot water bottles
tight to his stomach. The bot-
tlse were found to contain two
quarts of Ireland's finest and
oldest.
Customs agents atlil have
nightmares about being sent to
Pettlgoe. a town which straddles
the border between Eire and
Northern Ireland, and where
smuggling Is rampant.
Despite assiduous inspections,
thev find their task Impossible.
There are lust too many people
crossing the mam street with
too manv different sorts of
bundles. Pettisoe has been left
pretty much to its own vices.
for relief.
Acting under a Federal sug-
gestion, the agency has been
checking only with persons ap-
proved by applicants. Kemper
is awaiting reaction from Wash-
ington belore opening the way
for querying persons who might
have adverse reports on hopeful
pensioners.
Miss Chappell said that some
time ago she signed a petition
favoring passage of the Fair
Emoloyrnent Practices Bill, de-
scribed by Mlms as "a law that
would guarantee equality for
all races."
"It was a law that was advo-
cated by our President and I
have the right to my opinion,'
she said.
She also said she had approv-
ed the request of the Muscogee
County Welfare Board to hire
a Negro worker, but denied that
she had advocated the empoly-
ment of Negroes in her depart-
01 At the time of the legislative
action, critics said they wanted
to clear out some of the red tape
in the Welfare Department, and
streamline its operations.
Corozal Dental Clinic
Will He Reactivated
Reactivation of the Coroza
IDental Clinic located at the Co-
rozal Dispensary will become ef-
fective Tuesday morning ac-
cording to an announcement
marie by Colonel Warren C.
Caldwell. Dental Surgeon, unit-
ed States Army Caribbean.
In charge of the new clinic
will be Captain Eugene M. Do-
novan.
Dental treatment has not
been available at Coroial for
several years, however, increas-
ed demand has Justified the re-
opening of the former clinic.
SHORTS
STILL GOING STRONG
HOULTON. Me. (UP) They
called a doctor when Jeremiah
Campbelltoh complained he did-
n't feel too well. The physician
found nothing wrong and assur-
ed the patient he well might live
"several years longer." Campbell-
ton will be 112 next birthday.
Little Girls Learn
Early Lesson, Says
Harrassed Male
WHEELING, W. Va.. March 2,
(UP'.Grade chool girls pose
a difficult problem for male
teachers because, even at that
age. they think thev "can put
over more on a man than on a
woman." says an Instructor.
Herbert Martin.
Martin, who supplanted a wo-
man a* teacher of the sixth
grade at Madison grade school
here, said manv vounesters com-
ing under his instruction for the
first time find the change from
woman to male teacher strange.
That's onlv one maior prob-
lem. When it comes to keeoine
order and silence in claas. little
lrl* alreadv have started think-
ing thev can twist a mm
around their fingers. Martin
complained.
CHEESE COMES OVERSIZE
8 P O K A N E IUP) A 4.200-
nound cheddar cheese was cut
tor sale bv "Johnston the Coffee
Man." Henry Johnston, doing
-orne figurn", said if tne milk in
the chee were nut Into ouart
bottles t'ey would reach upward
lour mile.__"
Grandma Vetoed
As Ideal Cook
In U.S. Pie Poll
Bv ELIZABETH TOOMEV
NEW YORK. March 2, (UP)
Grandma siiould brush up her
recipes. She has just lost out on
a survey to determine the aver-
age homemaker's idea of the
Ideal cook.
A shortening manufaclurcr
decided to be scientific about
the company's new television
commercial. They wanted to oe
sure the woman chosen to whip
up pie crusts on film looked like
most women's Idea of an excel-
lent cook.
Researchers Interviewed hun-
dreds of housewives in eastern
and midwestern cities, armed
with sketches of a young wo-
man, a middle-aged woman, and
a smiling, not-too-old grandmo-
ther.
Grandma came In a poor
third. Only nine of the hun-
dreds of women agreed that
old-fashioned cooking is the
best kind."
The motherly type, with hair
Just beginning to grey, was first
choice.
"Ili*'i the right age for best
experience... she's capable,
enerretlc and neat." said tne
woiien Interviewed.
Aje.w boosted youthful cooks.
Felled by a Tail
WALTHAM, Mass. (UP)
When George Bell found hi miss-
ing cat treed outside his home,
he learned why it had failed to
return. For at least 24 hours,
three Inches of Its tall had been
frozen to a branch of the tree.
Cancer Fund Profit*
CHESTER. Pa. lUP) When
10-year-old Alan Rosenthal fell
from a bicycle and broke bjl
kneecap, the Damon Runyon
cancer fund profited by $6. Young
Roser.thal. confined to bed with
hia leg in a plaster cast, charged
his triends 10 cents each to put
their signatures on the cast.
Now. Is That Nice?
OKLAHOMA CITY. (UP)
Slm:e the Texas branch of a ma-
or automobile manufacturing
lrm began putting; "Made In Tex-
as by Texan*" stickers on tne
windows of Its cars, drivers in
neighboring Oklahoma have re-
taliated with "Made in Alaska by
Eskimos" signs on their autos.
CONGRESSMAN VICTOR L. ANFUSO, New York Democrat,
hits an army chow line at Fort Amador. Behind him Is his
fellow New Yorker and GI host for dinner at the post, Cpl.
Michael Florlo, followed by bis company commander, MaJ.
Paul L. Peterson, who showed the Congressman about the
company after the meal, and Col. John K. Daly (last In line),
Provost Marshal of the command, who acted as Mr. Anfuso'a
escort later in a tour of Army installations In the area.
(U. B. Army photo)
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ONE WOMAN'S PLACE Mr*. Mamie Moore holds one end
of an eight-foot chain with which her husband, Oliver (hold-
ing the ot'iier end), kept her leashed Inside their trailer home
in Gastoiiia, N. C. Moore was also acebsed of similarly
confining his 12-year-old son.
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Funeral Services
For Frank Wikran
Listed Tomorrow
CRISTOBAL, March 2 Maso-
nic funeral services will be.con-
ducted at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. for
Frank A. Wikran, 61, who died
Wednesday.
The family has requested that
no flowers be sent.
Sojourners Lodge A.F, it A.M.
will be In charge of the rites,
which will be followed by another
service.
Mr. Wikran was employed by
the Army at Ft. Davis. He resided
at Gulick Heights.
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TREES FLOURISH IN WINTER
SALT LAKE CITY < UP iIt's a
long way to spring In Utah but
Mrs. Grant Miller of Salt Lake
City has some doubts about It.
Pear tree, apple tree and an apri-
cot tree in her yard had leaves on
them In December. Some of them
were an Inch long, sort, velvety
and green.
YOUNG GRANDMA PROUD
SALT LAKE CITY (UPiShe
doesn't know whether she holds
any record and doesn't lay claim
to ahy. Mrs. lona Pangos. 35-
year-old housewife, la Just proud
of the fact that despite her com-
parative youth she's a grand-
mother.
"They're, freshly-trained, with
newer Ideas," they said.
A* a reiralt o this survey,
which came \s a blow to the
company aa well as to grand-
mother*, there's a search on for
a niee. mature, photogenic wo-
man Just past 40.
"We were pretty up*set." said
a spokesman for the Lever Bro-
thers Co.. which started the
thing. "You know, for years we
featured a white-haired grand-
mother In our advertising. She
seemed ideal. I guess we've been
wrong."
Oh. yes, an! the Ideal cook
JOSEPH R. CUNNINGHAM, left, recently took charge aa
manager of the 300-room Hoi el El Panama, on *e Je^rtJre
of J. P. Hocnig, right, general manager of the Kirkeby Hotel
Corporation, who opened the hotel earlier this year and serv-
ed as temporary manager. Mr. Hoenig has returned to his
S*ff"a?a ^iiSssAKfir^
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have about their colleges.
Penwotnsn to Meet
Saturday Morning
The Canal Zone Branch, Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women, will meet tomorrow
morning at 8:30 in the Little Gp.1-
lery (Card Room) at the Hotel
Tivoli.
TOMORROWS BRIDE Miss Gretchen Yost, daughter !
Mr. and Mr. Stanley Frederick Yost, whose marriage to Ar-
thur Norman Thayer, ton of Mr. and Mr. John Arthur Tha-
ver of Glen Ellen. California, Will take place tomorrow even-
ing at eight thirty o'clock In the Cathedral of St. Luke, An-
cn.
Mr. and Mrs. Yoit have issued Invitation to a small
groun of their friends for the wedding and the reception,
which will be held at their residence on Balboa Heights im-
mediately after the ceremony.
President's Wife Attends
Children's Home Benefit
Mrs. Arnulfo Arias, wife of the
President of Panama, and Mrs.
Carlos N. Brin. wife of the Min-
ister for Foreign Affairs, were
present at the benefit card party
and tea which the Inter-Ameri-
can Women's Club gave Wednes-
day afternoon to raise money for
the Bella Vista Children's Home.
Mrs. Arias drew the numbers ior
the first door prize, a Royal Doul-
ton figurine, which was won by
Mrs. Thomas Vale. Door prlr.es
of hams and cheeses, donated by
Armour and Swift, were alio
drawn.
More than 400 attended the
party which was held at the Ar-
my and Navy Club, Fort Amador.
About $800 was cleared, and the
committee in charge is most
grateful to all who contributed to
the success of the affair.
Manuel Quintero, Mrs. Manuel
Quintero, Jr., Mrs. A. Zeese.
Miss Vivian Madlem, Miss Lydla
Czatek. Mrs. Ralph Frangloni.
Mrs." Kenneth Rlnehart and
Miss Peggy Tassell.
Return from
Trip to Chile
Dr. and Mrs. octavio Menrtea
Pereira have returned to Pana-
ma from a trip to Chile.
Dinner at El Panama
Mrs. Katie de Bpano gave a
dinner party last night at the
Hotel El Panama In honor of Mr.
Bernardo Montes de Oca of San
Jose. Costa Rica. Mr. and Mrs.
Qeorge Bernard of David, Mr.
i and Mrs. William B. Lloyd of
, Diablo Heights.
President Arias,
Mrs. Arias Will
Attend Concert Hon.
President' and Mrs. Arnulfo
Arias will attend the All-Ameri-
can Concert Monday at the Na-
tional Theater, It was announced
today.
The concert which will feature
modern music by United States
composers played for the first
time In Panama by the National
vmphony Orchestra under lh
direction of Professor Walter My-
ers.
The concert Is being sponsored
Jointly by the Panamanian Min -
istry of Education and the Uni-
ted States Embassy. Invitation.;
have been issued by the Ministry
of Education to cabinet memoers,
government officials and other
Panamanian dignitaries. The
American Embassy has invited
the members of the diplomatic
corps, officials of The Panama
Canal, the Army, Navy and Air
Corps in the Canal Zone and
prominent Americans living on
the Isthmus.
A large attendance Is expec'ed
at this Panama-United States
| musical event which emphasises
the continuous cultural inter-
change that exists between the
two countries.
RAPID DELIVERY These quadruplets were delivered at
the rate of one per minute to 28-year-old Mrs. Harriet Papas,
of Baltimore, Md. Edward Papas. 88. did his last name proud
in becoming father of the two bovs held by nurse Laverns
Reach, and the two girls held by nurse Mary Hlllgren.
New Species of Gl Puzzles British
LONDON. (UP). Are they
really Gls, Britain is wondering.
When 8J0 anti-aircraft troops
from Fort Bliss, Tex., and Fort
Meade, Md.. moved into their
Camp at Worcester, England, the
"wise boys'' moved into the ca-
thedral city with them* Black
market business would boom,
they said.
The girls, wise and otherwise,
were rather excited, too.
Everybody was in for a shock.
"They are the NEW Os," as
the London Dally Mirror report-
ed. "Ambassadors of peace, Im-
maculately behaved, and they
are broke."
They spent their first night,
all 830 of them, at an orchestral
concert.
They were told by their supe-
riors, "you aren't klller-dillers."
They got a long list of "don'ts"
don't flaunt vour rations, don't
gripe about Britain's rations
and one "do."
Treat women with the respect
they deserve.
"We are confident these will
be the best behaved Gls you
people have ever seen," an Am-
erican major said.
British thoughts drifted back
to the golden days of war-time
when every American soldier ior
so the British said) was an am-
bassador of jazz, a traveling
salesman for candy bars and an
emissary of Wall Street whose
pockets were stuffed with green-
backs.
The girls rather liked it in
those days. Some were not so
sure about this new GL
The girls are smiling, though.
Yes. the Army said, the Gls are
broke but not for long. There's
a payday coming and no orches-
tra concerts are scheduled.
Foreign Minister and Mrs. Brin
Entertain at Dinner
The Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs and Mrs. Carlos N. Brin en-
tertained at dinner last evening
at their residence On Avenida
Cuba in the Exposition Grounds.
Their guests were the Ambassa-
dor of Colombia and Mrs. Gon-
zalo Gaitan, the Ambassador of
Arjentina and Mrs. Julio Lop.-z
Muniz. the Ambassador of Chile
and Mrs. Manuel Hidalgo Plaza
and the Minister of Italy and
Mrs. Lulgl Marlanl. The dinner
was giveh as a farewell for Am-
bassador and Mrs. Gaitan and
Minister and Mrs. Mariani, who
are leaving Panama soon.
Miss Benny Honored
By Mrs. Ford
Mrs. Vincent P. Ford enter-
tained Wednesday at her home
at Albrook Air Force Base with a
miscellaneous shower given lor
Miss Marie Benny. Miss Benny's
marriage to John Thomas Styles
will take place March 8.
Among the guests were the
bride-elect's mother and grand-
mother, Mrs. Walter E. Benny
and Mrs. McConaghy and her
aunts. Mrs. Don Roberto, Mrs.
Mac Smith and Mrs. William
Benny,
Also Mrs. William Donahue,
Mis. Ralph Malcolm. Mrs. Mllo
Kissam, Mrs. Andrew Blakely,
Mrs. R. A. Brennan, Mrs. Mil-
ton Horter, Mrs. H. Paddock,
Mrs. Joseph Hannlgan, Mrs.
Thomas McOlnn, Mrs. Frank
Dorgan. Mrs. W. P. Quinn, Mrs.
John Tobin. Mrs. Frank Marzak,
Mrs. Thomas Lutro, Mrs. William
Badders. Miss Betty Lou Watts
and Miss Louise Zimmerman.
Visiting Ambassador
Honored in Panama
The First Secretary of the Brit-
ish Legation and Mrs. A. H. B.
Hermann gave a buffet supper
last evening at their residence in
Barrio del Carmen in honor of
the British Ambassador to Ecua-
dor, J. E. M. Carvell, who was a
visitor here durlhg the stay of
the SS Reina del Pacifico. Am-
bassador Carvell is en route from
Ecuador to England.
Miss Kuller Honors
Bride-Elct
Miss Beatrice Wolfarth. who Is
o be married to Ross Barnett
Kongable. was given a party and
miscellaneous shower Wednesday
evening by her maid of honor.
Miss Patricia Kuller. Miss Kuller |
entertained at the home of Mr.i. j
D. E. Myers in Balboa.
Her guests list included: Mr3.
Anna Weston and Mrs. Beatrice
W. O'Neill, grandmother and
aunt of the bride-elect; Mr.-,.
William Kongable, mother of the
bridegroom; Mrs. Jack Egosoue,
Miss Mary Geraghty, Mrs. L.
Tarflinger. Miss Shirley Husum,
Mrs. Lewis Congable. Mrs. A.
Leitner, Mrs. B. Peddrick, Mrs.
To Be Honored
at College Club Tea
The Canal Zone College Club !*
giving a tea tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 at the residence o. ...
Superintendent of Schools end
Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. 153
Quarry Road. Balboa Heights, In
honor of Sophomore women stu-
dents of the Canal Zone Junior
College.
Among the honor guests Invit-
ed to the tea are: Miss June At-
kinson, Miss Mary Lea Azcarra-
ga. Mrs. Sue Bercau, Miss Bea-
triz Alicia Cordoba. Miss Marga-
ret Ann Divney, Miss Jeannine
Dorian, Miss Joyce Dugas, Mrs.
Ruth Evans. Miss Frances Fac-
rell, Mrs. Jeanne O. Frelsels, Miss
Juanita Garcia, Miss Cora-Ann
Gomez, Miss June Harris, Miss
Susan Hutchlngs. Miss Martha
Irvln. Miss Jane Lindstrom, Miss
Catherine Manush. Miss Erna
Belle McCarty, Mrs. Drucilla
McConnell, Miss Betty Newlin,
Miss Annie Nicholson, Mrs. Vir-
ginia Prentice, Mrs. Barbara K.
Robinson. Miss Carol Sergeant,
Miss Geraldlne Snodgrass, Miss
Olga Stanzlola, Miss Isabel Ta-
mayo and Miss Betty Jo Under-
wood.
All members of the College
Chib have been urged to attend
the tea and to bring with them
Infantry, Artillery
Units Here Urged
To Support Red Cross
At a meeting held this week at
Fort Kobbe, Captain Robert C.
Morris, Headquarters 504th FA
Bn, spoke to the officer and en-
listed unit representatives of the
33rd Infantry and 504th Field Ar-
tillery Battalion
"The work of the Red Cross, he
said. Is well known to all of us.
World conditions and the Induc-
tion of so many men Into our
Armed Forces give added impor-
tance to the Red Cross appeal 'his
year. The Red cross needs re-
placement of depleted funds to
carry out Nation wide and
World-wide projects. For exam-
ple, It needs people to work w'th
the well and with the sick of our
Armed Forces both at home and
overseas. It needs blood donors.
It needs first aid and home nurs-
ing Instructors to train millions
of people for our national secur-
ity."
"The goal this year Is 100^ par-
ticipation. We did It last year
and with your help we will main-
tain our usual high standard In
all fields of endeavor."
Buy MAPLE ISLAND
Whole MILK Powder
il Orchid Society
Will Visit Island
In Galun Lake
The Canal Zone Orchid So-
ciety will hold its monthly meet-
ing Sunday as an excursion to
Babbit's Island In Gatun Lake.
Members of the Diablo Camera
Clvb will also make the all-day
trip, and some members of the
Atlantic Side Camera Club art
expected.
Those making the trip from the
Pacific Side are to meet at Ancon
Clubhouse at 9:00 a.m. Sunday
and proceed to Llmon to boaiti
launches for the Island.
The Canal Zone Orchid Society
U affiliated with the American
Orchid Society.
THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO THE
First Baptist Church
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
SUNDAY March 4, 1951
10:45 a.m."Faith. That Is Persistent"
(Studs in the Book of Ruth).
Choir."Come Unto Me."
7:30 p.m."The Resurrection of The Unjust '
and "The Great White Throne Judgment"
Ambasadors Quartet . Trumpet Solo
Blessed Is He That Readeth"
'Beneath The Cross of Jesus"
(Both services broadcast over HOXO 760.)
Canasta Winners
Gel Prizes at Diablo
Winners in the six-week canas-
ta marathon received their priz-
es last night at the Diablo Cluo-
house. The awards went to 8gt.
R. R. Benton. Mrs. V. A. Fields
and J. S. Barnett. who placed
first, second and third respective-
ly-
Mrs. Bertha Oessner received
the consolation prize.
The awards were presented by
Gertrude Smedley of Hamadan
Caldron and Anthony Pessoln no
of Hamadan Grotto, the organi-
zations sponsoring the tourna-
ment
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Vet Up
Your Hearts
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American, prepared by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episco-
pal Churchv)f Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
THE WILL TO DO
"And a certain man was
there, which had an infirmity
thirty and eight years. When
Jesus saw him lie, and knew
that he had been now a long
time in that case, he salth unto
him. Wilt thou be made whole?"
The Impotent man answered
him, Sir, I have no man. when
the water Is troubled, to put
me into the pool,.. Jesus saith
unto him, Rise, take up thy bed,
and walk." St. Johns 8:5-8.
This Bethesda story concerns
a man cured of a life-long dis-
ease. He was helpless. He had
lain there a long time waiting for
someone to put him like a bahy
into the water when it bubbled.
But no one did it, and the walcr
quickly stopped bubbling.
Jesus came alongGod's trfll
intense in human form. Jesus
tears aside the man's utter dc-
Eendence on someone carrying
lm at a lucky moment and pierc-
es down to the one thing left in
the man his will. "Wilt tho.i
be made whole?" Evidently Jssua
1 does not put out a hand. But He
pours out His will on the man,
and the man's will responds. To-
gether the big will and the weak
will Join forces and the man Rets
up, rolls up hU mat and Walks.
It's the WILL. Not just tears,
nor the haunting grief about: In.
nor what someone else did, or
won't do, or good chances mlsseri;
but the WILL and NOW. The
same Person comes along to us
with the same love-driven will
The same Voice asks. 'Wilt thou
be made whole?" It's His will. Is
It yours?
Prayer: O Lord Jesus, hold ine
in thy keeping. God hast mude
my body and hast meant it to be
whole. Be with me when I am be-
wildered by sickness and by pain.
Let me trust the power of ihy
healing. I wilt be made whole.
May my will match thine. Amen.
Young Socialite
Who Wounded Three
Seized By Posse
PALM BEACH, Fla., March 3,
(UP) An 18-year-old you.n
who wounded his father, his
grandmother and a policeman
because of "some money my folks
owe me," was found 'insane and
very dangerous" today at a san-
ity inquisition, Deputy Sheriff C,
B. Bowen reported.
The sanity hearing, held by
two physicians, was requested by
the youth's mother and father,
Thomas H. Berry and Mrs. Berry
of Knoxvllle, Tenn.
The report said Hugh M. Ben v.
a six-foot-four 230-pound youth,
has a "chronic condition of in-
sanity with very dangerous uro-
pensities" and ordered him con-
fined in an institution.
Berry surrendered toa 100-iiinn
posse last night after a search
with bloodhounds and flood-
lights through backyards of so-
ciety estates and down palm-
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PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
FRIDAY, MARCH S, 1M1
/itiantic Society
STEAMSHIP ASSOCIATES DID FAREWELL TO MR. DODD
At an Informal reception at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley KWd in New Cristobal, Wednesday, the members of
the West India Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines and the Eu-
ropean South Pacific Mafellan Conference bade farewell to
Mr Alan N. Dodd. Mr. Dodd has been a member of tnese
two conference for 11 years, and for the Pst 13 years has
held the offices of chairman and secretary.
Bo, 195, (Jmt* DiLpkon* (*to
37 b
1 On behalf of the conference
members. Mr. Kldd presented
Mr. Dodd with a sterling sliver
iiay, suitably engraved.
Mr. Dodd thanked his friends
v.ith a few well-chosen remarks.'
Those who participated In the
gift and reccpNion were: Mr.
Marcel Gringolre of the French
line Messrs P. G. Van Dam and
i W H. Goebertus of the Royal Ne-
therlands Line. Mr. T. N. Dagnall
of the Harrison Line, Messrs Ar-
thur Howard and John Lingwocd
-o the Royal Mall Line, Mr. Er-
nest Bals of the Knutsen Line,
Mr Gilbert Morland of the Chil-
ean Line. Mr. John Hodges of
the Johnson Line. Mr. R. Pernl-
gottl of the Italian Line. Mr. K'.dd
and Mr. R. W. Owen of the Fred
" Olsen Line.
Early in the day the members
of the staff of the Pacific Steam
"Navigation Company presented
"their former manager with two
sterling silver vegetable dishes as
a farewell present. Mr. Arthur
Howard, the new manager made
the presentation at the office.
Algiers. Louisiana, formerly of
Gatun, received with the bridal
party In the place of the groom's
parents.
The bride's table was covered
with a white Venetian lace cloth,
and centered with a four-tiered
wedding cake topped with a min-
iature replica of the bride's bou-
quet.
Mrs. E. P. Plummer, formerly
of Gatun. aunt of the bride as-
sisted at the reception. Other lo-
cal residents who were present
included: Mrs. Mattie MacAr.'.ay
of Cristobal and Mr. and Mrs.
James B. Coman, Sr., of Benton-
vllle Ark., formerly of Margari-
ta.
The young couple left for a
wedding trip to Colorado Springs.
Colorado. Upon their return they
will reside in New Orleans. For
traveling the bride chose a wool
suit in vellum-brown with har-
monizing accessories and a mink
cape.
Mr. Wood graduated from Cris-
tobal High School and was em-
ployed for several years in the
Cristobal office of the United
Fruit Company before being
transferred to the New Orleans
office. He has two sisters, Mrs.
Charles E. Stepp of Margarita
and Mrs. Claude E. Lyon on the
Atlantic Side, as well as his par-
ents.
The bride is a graduate cf
Southwestern Louisiana Institute
at Lafayette, La., where she re-
ceived a B.A. degree in voice.
Line, was the dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Canavagglo at
their Colon residence Wednesday
evening.
A few friends were invited to
the buffet supper to meet the
visitor.
Despedidas
Mr. and Mrs. Alan N. Dodd
were the guests of Mr. and Mrt
Raymond Klrwln for dinner at
the consulate Tuesday evening.
Also present were: Mr. and Mn
Charles Perrecfrand Captain and
Mrs. Leo Hock.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nash had n
picnic supper on the lawn of
their Gatun reshidence Wednes-
day evening for Mr. and Mrs.
Alan N. Dodd and their daugh-
ter, Pamela.
Mr. Dodd sails Saturday on
the Reina del Pacifico, to visit
relatives in England. Mrs. Dodd
and Pamela will sail Monday from
the Pacific Side, for California,
where they plan to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Gingolre
Return from Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Marcelle Grin-
golre returned last week from a
vacation spent in France. Mrs,
Gringolre suffered a broken an*
kle the day before docking and
has been confined to her resi-
dence in Crlctobal.
Miss Marilvn Nugent
Weds Mr. William Wood
Mfes Marilyn Nugent, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vlnce.it
Nugent of Natchez, Mississippi
and Mr. William McKay Wood,
gf New Orleans. Louisiana, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood of
Achiote. R. P.. were married re-
cently in an impressive ceremony
in the Jefferson Street Methodist
Church of Natchez The ceremo- Bon Voyage Dinner Party
ny was of interest to a wide cr- Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkerson
cle of friends and relatives in: entertained with an informal
southern Louisiana and Missis-dinner party at their residence on
sippi, and to friends and relatives Colon Beach Wednesday evening
jn the Isthmus, for Mr. William Harral. who is
Garlands of southern smilax | returning to his home in Drexel
and quantities of white flow?rs j Hill. Pennsylvania. Friday and
were used with ferns in decorat- for Dr. Leo B. Freeman who will
lng the church. The entrance to,sail with his father-in-law. for a
tne chancel was flanked with" tail, month's visit in Pennsylvania,
baskets filled with white gladioli i Mrs. Freeman was also present.
and greenery. Cathedral tapers
were used in antique candeia-
bras. The pews were marked with
satin ribbons and clusters of
white camellias.
/Coreo War Obscures USAF's Main Roles
Against Major Power, Vandenberg Says
Mr. Pfiser Entertained
in Colon
Mr. William Pfizer, vice-presi-
dent of the Panama Railroad
The bride, escorted and givin
in marriage by her father, was
beautiful In her wedding gown of
candlelight satin and chantllly
lace It was made with a fitted
basque of lace fashioned with a
pointed neckline edged witn
scallops which formed a regency
collar. The long, fitted sleeves
were scalloped at the wrist and
were fastened with self-covered
buttons. The gored princess skirt
formed a cathedral-length train.
A-filigree coronet of seed pearls
fastened the full-length veil of
illusion, and the transparent
- blusn-vell which covered her
f*ce. She carried
loned bouquet of ivory tulips and
lilies-of-the valley, centered!
with an orchid from which fell a
ribbon shower. For 'Something j
Old" the bride wore an antique!
brooch of diamonds and seed j
pearls, belonging to her aunt., ^'ofT
Mrs E. B. McDowell. Tickets
The matron of honor was Mrs.
Charles V. Nugent. Jr., of New
Orleans. She and the other bridal
attendants wore frocks of satin
and matching faille. They were
designed with a fitted bodice
having a square neckline and
" draped cap sleeves. Mrs. Nugent
wore rose. Miss Peggy Rlley aqua.
Miss Alice Gray McDowell delft
BJtie, Miss Bettle Solleau antique
.fold. Miss Shirley Bartlett, hea-
ther lavender and Miss Alma
BHS Will Present
'Lady In The Dark1
For Three-Day Run
Land-Lease Resident
Louis Juvaron Dies
Suddenly In Gamboa
Louis Juvaron, 64-year-old
Martinican, died suddenly this
morning at 7:15 at the Gamboa
railroad station. A resident of a
land lease not far from Gam-
boa, he collapsed and died In
the second class waiting room.
Death is believed to have been
caused by a heart attack, but a
routine autopsy was to be per-
formed. He had been under
treatment for a heart ailment
since last Nov. 29.
Juvaron, who was known as
Louis de Larln, was born In
Case Pilote. Martinique. He had!
lived on the Isthmus since 1906.
Funeral arrangements will be
handled by the French Society
of Coloik
The second Balboa High School
production of this year, "Lady in
The Dark." opens for a three day
mn next Tuesday at the Diablo
Cli'bhouse theater. Curtain will
be at 8 p.m.
This dramatic phantasy with
music offers a new, different and
"H,"* exciting evening in the theai.-r.
" ; Women will be intrigued with the
fasnions and the love story while
the men will love the models and
brieht excitement.
"Lady In The Dark" promlsjs a
different experience for the thep-
ter-zoers and a night not to be
are 75 cents and are
on sale at the Balboa. Diablo and
Ancon Clubhouses Through Mar.
8
RP Auto Club
Awards Children
At Ancon School
Leopoldo Arosemena. Preside,it
of the Panama Automobile Club,
which club is a member and i e-
Mltchell dryad green. Each wore ; presents the American Aulomo-
Coercion Disclosure
Avoided In Collazo
Trial Testimony
WASHINGTON. Mar. 2 (UP>
The Government cut short the
testimony of important witnes-
ses at Oscar Collazo's murder
trial today to avoid disclosing
I the supposed coercion of the j
Puerto Rlcan revolutionary after ,
the Nov. 1 attempt to assassi-
nate President Harry S. Truman.
Secret Service agent Joseph
Ellis Jr. said Collazo was ques-
tioned for hours after the gun
battle. But after Ellis had tes-
tllled for 45 minutes prosecutor
George Morris Fay abruptly cut
him off.
Fay apparently elected to pre-
sent only shortened testimony to
avoid disclosure to the jury that
Washington police chief Robert
Barrett later threatened Collazo
In hospital where the Puerto Rl-
can was being treated for a gun
wound.
By GEN. HOYT S. VANDENBERG
I.S. Air Force Chief of Staff
.. (Written for NEA Service)
WASHINGTON(NEAiThere
is a basic difference between lim-
ited military operations against a
satellite nation and continental
operations against a major pow-
er.
So long as we keep that in mind
we can view our Korea experience
In proper perspective and draw
valid conclusions from it.
There is a vast difference be-
tween what you need in armed
forces to cope with a first-rate
land-sea-alr power and what you
must deploy against a satellite
like Korea, with little or no air
and naval powerand equipped
and supplied from sources im-
mune to attack. (Manchuria.
Ed.)
Due to political and diplomatic
factors, the accomplishments of
air power In Korea have been
measured almost entirely by the
success of ground actions.

This has focussed extraordi-
nary attention on some Air Force
missions such as close support,
tactical reconnaissance and air
transportation.
It has obscured the relative im-
portance of other Air Force mis-
sions such as air defense, count-
er-air operations and strategic
air warfare. In war against a
first-rate power, the relative
magnitude and seouence of maior
military undertakings would dif-
fer sharply from the Korea ex-
perience.
The importance of air defense,
counter-air operations and stra-
te?is air warfarecarrying the
war deep into the enemy's home
sources of supplywould be pro-
portionately much greaterpar-
ticularly during the first stages
of the war.
While our land forces are en-
paged. It would be necessary to
defend them and our cltie*? from
hostile air power, to wrest con-
trol of the skies awav from the
enemy and to destroy the Indus-
trial resources upon which his
war machine depends. The fore-
going basic consideration form
the background against which
the following comments on oper-
ations in Kor^a hould be viewed.

1. Almost 99 per cent of the en-
tire Air Force effort In Kore*> was
emoloyed tacticallythat is, on
tasks having direct effect on the
ground battle. The late Lt. Gen.
Walton Walker. Commander of
the 8th Army, has stated:
"If it had not been for the air
support that we received from
the Fifth Air Force we would not
have been able to stay in Korea."

2. Even the most perfect close
air support cannot compensate
for overwhelming disparity in
numbers between our ground
forces and those of the enemy.
This is esDecially true If the ene-
my is willingas in Koreato
accept casualties we would not
tolerate. Against an enemv who
sacrifices masses of manpower to
compensate for his inferiority in
machines, we must step im the
effectiveness of our air weapons
/lesigned to destroy that man-
power.
as
3. Close air support Is much
more difficult to provide our
ground forces during retrograde
movement (withdrawal. Ed.i
than In a stabilized situation or
In the advance. The principal
reason for this Is that withdraw-
al under heavy enemy pressure
usually results In sharn curtail-
ment of communications and
timely combat intelligence. Both
of these are essential to prompt
provision of effective close air
support.

4. Oar air attack during the
daytime kept the enemy from
moving and forced him to hide;
but we could not keep him from
moving at night. We are striving
to Improve our equipment, tac-
tics, technique, and training in
night attack of tactical targets.

5. The jet airplane Is superior
In almost every respect to the
propeller-driven plane. In Korea
the jet F-80 out-performed the
piston engine F-51 except In
range and time over the target:
and the newer F-84 was better
| than the F-80. The use of let
I aircraft for close support, how-
ever, demonstrates the need-for
better communications equip-
ment, more personnel, and Im-
proved technloues for the control
of close support strikes.

. There is nothing in the Ko-
rea experience to indicate that
the tlnus-tested Air Force Dol'"y
of bu'ldlng high performance air-
craft for multlole-purpose use
should be changed.

7. Our'recent exnerienee tn alr-
to-slr combat with enemy Jet air-
craft underscores the need for
continued emohasis in the field
of research and development to
assure our leadership in the
fighter field.

8. Air-ground operations re-
fluir proficiency in teamwork
, which can be achieved onlv bv
' extensive, thorough training of
both Air Force and Armv per-
sonnel. Our air-gronnd training,
i both within and between the
: Services, must be promptly and
substantially 'mnroved.

9. Air c*rro onrrations offer a
field in which our la pre reervolr
of older pilots will be highly use-
ful.

10. Helicopter* are extremely
, valuable for both air evacuation'
and rescue missions.

11. Under the pressure of
peacetime budget restrictions, we
tend to cut down too much on
personnel, equipment and traln-
I lng for military specialties for
example, combat Intelligence and
i armament handling which,
I though extremely Important un-
, der combat conditions, are dif'i-
cult to simulate in peacetime. We
j must find some wav to maintain
; a higher degree of oroflclency in
i these specialties during peace-
time.
? ...
12. Air Force personnelparti-
cularly those units which in war-
i time would not operate from fixed
basesmust be more vigorously \
and realistically trained to live,
and take care of themselves un- I
der field conditions.
Water Burns Up
HUGO. Okla., (UP) A stock
of bottled drinking water was
listed as a total loas after fire
swept through a warehouse used
by a company here. Firemen esti-
mated the loss at $75,000.
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PANAMA AMMtCAN
ABOUT GENERAL VANDEN-
BERG : Hoyt Vandenberg is 52
and a veteran of two wars. He
was a lieutenant of cavalry in
World War I and went to West
Point and an Army career af-
terward.
His uncle, Sen. Arthur H.
Vandenberg, then a Grand
Rapids editor, helped swing the
West Point appointment, but
he has been on his own ever
since.
After an unspectacular ca-
reer as cadet, graduating in the
bottom quarter of his class,
Vandenberg became an extra-
ordinarily skillful pilot. His
work at the graduate schools of
the service was brilliant. The
late Gen. Henry (Hap) Arnold
tapped him for the Plans Divi-
sion in Washington because of
his work developing new fight-
er tactics.
In World War II he com-
manded the 9th Air Force,
whose mission was tactical
troop support. As chief of stiff
of the Air Force since the War
he has emphasized strategic air
power because he.believed that
was the imperative need of the
moment.
In the accompanying article
he draws a balance between the
relative importance of tactical
and strategic air power. He also
explains the lessons learned re-
garding each of these In Korea,
where this picture of him was
made last July.
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matching mitts and carried a
shower bouquet of ranunculus in
utel shades with a matching
eaddress.
Mr. Charles V. Nugent Jr., bro-
ther of the bride served as best
man. Other attendants were:
Billy Moore. Robert K. Woori.
brother of the groom. Samuel
Poole. Hurd Pope, Jr., and Stan-
ky Maher.
. A reception for several hundred
nests was given at the home of
The bride's parents. Mnteoslo
Lodge, immediately following the
eeremony. Mrs. Nugent, mother
bile Association, in company with
Miss Florence I. Jacobs.PrlnciiJ.il
of the Ancon Elementary School.
presented "Awards of Merit" to
the Ancon school children that
served as members of the School
Safety Patrol this morning at the
school.
School Safety Patrols are spon-
sored by the American Automo-
bile Association and are very ac-
tive throughout the United
States.
The group is made up of dif-
ferent nationalities and for that
reason has aroused considerable
of the bride was gowned in wood-; interest among the officials jf
violet blue, trimmed with a sll- the American Automobile Asso-
very frost of crystal beading on elation that have charge cf
the bodice. < school patrol activities.
' Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Maher, of ------------------------------.
Tawes' Testimony
Complete In Suit
Against S.S. Line
CRISTOBAL, March 2Testi-
mony in the case of former Pa-
nama Canal pilot George V.
! Tawes In a $50,000 damage suit
cgalnst the French Line was
completed In District Court here
late yesterday.
i Record of the case will be pre-
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Wife Accidentally
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SAVANNAH. Ga.. March 2.
(UP i M-Sgt. JamesPSumni"!-
field of the Air Force was killed
earlv today by a shotgun blast
and police questioned his wife
who said she killed him accident-
ally.
Mrs. Roxie Mae Summerfleld,
35, said she reached for the jyeap-
on on her husband's instructions
after he went to the door to an-
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The single-barrel shotgun wet
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said and the charge win
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year-old husband in the face.
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Employe Council
Gives New Duties
To Walter Wagner
Word has been received from
the Government Employes' Coun-
cil that Walter Wagner. Legisla-
tive Representative of the Canal
Zone Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council, has been
appointed to the "Hours of Work"
Committee by Chairman Leo E.
George.
The Chairman of this commit-
tee Is Paul R. Hutchings, interna-
tional president of the Office
Employes' International Union.
In addition to Walter Wagner,
the committee consists of John
P. Redmond, International pres-
ident of the of the International
Association of Fire Fighters,
James J. O'Connor, president,
Columbia Typographical Union
No. 101 and Walter F. Ridson cf
the International Photo Engrav-
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Capt. Tawes, who retired sev-
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RTA IT BROADWAY. JR.
TBe rwt Nights: "Kanle Daxile," a tong-and-
dancer, received a mixed decision. The Kazzers outnum-
bered the Danlers. The N. Y. Time' afent called It "an
attractive musical revue". A boodunit (from London)
called "The High Ground" was equipped with hot & cold
runnlur reviews. The cast ol capables topped by Leueen
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braced, but the shew left the majority ohilled. Critic
.. John MeClaln's siieup: "Mildly atpMoAting".. .The D'Oyly
Carters concluded their triumphant visit with a wow fin-
ish via "The Pirates of Pensmnce".. .Talk shout time-
' bombs: Aisleman Atkinson devoted almost his entire notice
' to emkrarlng the players in 'The High Ground' and in
the final 3 sentences embalmed the play.
The 'Clnemaricians: A taut drama named "The ISth Letter"
features Charles.Boyer and Linda Darnell. They win the suspense
sweepstakes by a goosepimple.. "Navy Round" Induces mal de
mer..."Cry Danger" (starring Dick Powell) records the pulse-
beats of a throbbing- meller.. "North of the Great Divide" Is ho-
hum on the range.. ."Under the Gun" offers an acceptable shoot-
to-klllodrama..."Tomahawk" is an exciting red-sklnema. (Hold
onto your scalp!)..."U.S.S. Teakettle" presents an Interesting
nautical excursionexpertly skippered by Gary Cooper. .."The
Perfect Woman" from the What-Ho country is a feeble fable...
Another Britisher named "Appointment with Crime" is more blah-
blah than Dip-pip. *
The Show-Shoptalk: The Theater is not far from the
dodo category beyond Broadway's borders. A fortnight ago
(Phill.v had only one show and Chicago a pair .A movie
mar comes up with the week's wildest metaphor: "Vivien
Leigh Is a 16-cyUnder motor Installed in ectoplasm".. .The
horse Is Hollywood's best friend: Over 100 sagebrush sagas
are produced annually...A scarcity of oats wonld pat
Movietown out of hi... Marlegs Dietrich Informed an in-
terviewer that "a woman with an active mind is moat ap-
pealing to men." Glammer. daahllng, is mightier than
crammar. (Over at this desk, anyhow). Errol Flynn's
Boy-Kisses-Girl scoop: "I lave girls and when I love 'em
I want 'era, so I marry >m." Many of us marry 'em', dear
boy, but not so often.
The Airlstocrats: After dare-deviling In Korea. Warespondent
Maggie Hlgglns was confronted by a teevy camera and got the
Utters...The week's lustiest vibrations were provided by West
Point's choir via "The Big Show." De luxe harmony with mucho
gusto.. Bobbv Clark's spooformance had plenty of zip In Mollere's
farce. "The Would-Be Gentleman." One of the heaviest vox was
seeing Mike Todd's name advertised above Mollere's.. Godfrey
flay In? straight for a monkey (last Wedzdee eve'g) provoked but-
on-bustin' hilarity.. .Margaret O'Brien brightened the teevy
screens with her glistening gamutlng. She has sprouted beauti-
fully...The fight episode between two femmbers of "Musical
Comedy Time" was an orb-popper. The clothes-ripping spree al-
most stripped both down to their fig-leaves.
The Press Box: The N. Y. Times editorialist grumbled
about "sensational and Inaccurate" newsoapers without
naming them. (Coward). Annonymons editorial attacks
are on a par morallv with anonymous letters.. The most
penetrating observation on the basketball scandal was bv
uarent of one bribed player: "He had to go to eollege to
learn something he never learned at home". Among the
strange (and sad) Ironies Is the fact that the release of
Nail murderers was shrugged off by many editorial pages.
But the basketball "fix" had them reaching new peaks of
indignation.. The free press notched another triumph
when Gov. Dewey submitted a new version of the Civil De-
fense billstripped of many of its Hitierlan powersby
this Dept't.
THIS IS YOU POtUM THI MAQUIS OWN COt-UMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Mail In ii a open forum far reader* at Tba Panama American
Letter* ara recelvee gratefully end ara handles' in a wholly confidential
tenner.
W yea centrieure e latter dent ha impatient If It doiml apeaer the
neat day. Latter* ere publish**1 In the ardar racaivad.
Maeaa try ta heap the lattan limited te ene page length.
Identity > latter writer* is held In strictest confidence.
Thia newipepe assumes na responsibility far statements er opinions
**>asied in letters from reader*. .
OH, THOSE PRICKS
Rodman
Iditor, Mall Box
Commissary gripers and groan-
ers, crawl into your termite in-
fested shacks and hide until you
can beat the Navy on price chan-
gos. Take a look at the following:
Old New
Price Price
Blankets, Wool 7.50 20.00
Jerseys 2.50 . 10
Jumpers, Blue Dress 8.70 13.50
Jumpers. Blue Un-
drets......... 4.30 11.65
ercoats (Pea-
coats) ........17.50 39 65
Shir t s, Flannel,
Blue........ 6.40 11.60
ho*s. Leather, Black
or Brown...... 5.40 8.50
Trousers, Blue 6.30 15.00
$55.60 $129.1.0
The saying, Clothes make the
mm." should now read "Cloth*.*
Weak the man."
The Navy has increased the
clothing allowance on an aver-
age of 80 cents per man to offset
the Increase in prices. At the cur-
rent prices of clothes I can now
buy two button holes with the
extra money. Gee, thanks.
Taxes, now this, what next.
How about some blood? I'm type
O. Let me hear no more about
commissary prices. The Navy does
everything in a big way. tradi-
tion vou know. yeh. I'm shipping
ever can't get out. might just as
well.
M. Uniform for inspection will
be mattress covers without shoes.
Pooadeck Sailor
DEFENSELESS
Balboa
Mall Box Editor
The Panama American
Panama. R. P.
Dear Sir:
I agree entirely with the edi-
torial published on the front page
of the Panama American on Feo.
26.
I was under the Impression
that the whole purpose of '.lie
military forces on the Isthmus
was to protect the Panama Ca-
nal, but Instead the lights are
turned off on the Army posts and
the people working on the locks
are not notified of the plane Hie
military believes is flying over
Gatun. Could It be that the mili-
tary here on the Isthmus do not
know what they are here for?
As for the lack of plans by The
Panama Canal civilian authori-
ties I can see the three top "olfi-
clala" of the Pan-Canal saying u-
moigst themselves "The Mall
Box will have a lot of letters on
this lack of planning for an at-
tack" and then they will just ig-
nore the comments and continue
on with their stumbling, Ineffi-
cient "I got mine" attitude.
Some of these "top" oficiis
make $12.500 a year. They do not
worry about increased rent,",
hospital bills, and other items
they intend to boost the price of
they Just continue on with 'heir
bungling, stupid methods. I just
can't believe that these officials
can be so stupid In not seeing
that their methods of trying to
lower the deficit they see Is ruin-
ing with the reorganization U
driving the people away from ihe
Pan-Canal. Replacing these peo-
ple and then having them leave
after a short time will cost more
in the long run.
I have worked In a position,
close to these "top officials" for
some time and I can say trulh-
lully that I just do not have any
confidence at all in them.
Leaving Friday
WASHINGTON From one
of the small band of men and
soldiers who at- least once a week
sit with President Truman and
offer him advice, comes the
| news that the President believes
the urgency has gone out of the
emergency.
Our President-is convinced
that tee have been un-me-
naced. He is certain that
the ganger of an imminent
world Communist blitz has
disappeared; that it ts all
over but the shooting in a
jew isolated spots.
How soon this will reflect It-
self in vital Presidential deci-
sions, this source is uncertain.
But certain is this source that
if spring comes, lethargy can't
be far behind.
This.analysis of Mr. Truman's
current mood is based on the
intimate observation of one of
the nation's best informed gov-
ernment officials today.
This source and others attri-
bute It all to what they describe
as "the limitations of the poli-
tically noveau rlche around
Truman, from whom he seems
to take his advice when the na-
tion's leaders are away from
the White House."
"Just who it is Mr. Truman
listens to an each great issue we
don't know," I was told, "but
typical is the civil war between
labor and Chief Mobillzer Wilson
which you've been watching
closely. Now, whom does the Pre-
sident seek out for labor ad-
vice? Well, there's a David H.
8towe. one of the presidential
administrative assistants, who
has amused many carrying
about a big dark leather folder
marked In bright sold letters:
David H. Stowe' To Take Up
With President Truman.'
"He walks the corridors carry-
ing that paper-filled portfolio
with the gold lettering carefully
fa-ie up so everyone can see it.
When members of the super-
advisory National Security
Council arrive for their weekly
parley with Mr Truman and pull
high state secret documents
from crinkled envelopes stuffed
safely into inside pockets, the
self-impressed little fellows
around the President play at
government with gilt-stamped
folders announcing their own
Importance.
"Well, Mr. Truman refers
most labor matters to Stowe,
who's supposed to be the
White House expert on lab-
or, and yet few of the na-
tional labor chiefs know
him or would talk to him
on high policy. How, then,
can Stowe know what they
think? How can the White
Hov.se, or Mr. Truman, real-
ly know until there's a cri-
sis and the unionists come in
angry and tough. And that's
exactly what happened."
The facts bear out this caustic
analysis. As long ago as mid-
December, the general staff of
American labor got together
and. in the name of 15,000,000
working people. Including the
railroad workers, Issued a state-
ment which warned that a cri-
sis was coming on the wage
front which would:
"...Inevitably lead to industrial
unrest and this would defeat
the very goal of stabilization."
That was on Dec. 20.
Then came the January rail
strike. This warning was ignor-
ed. .Then came the political
strike when the labor men quit
the war wage board and, in a
series of closed sessions had just
about decided to pull out of
every war board.
Finally last Friday they had a
showdown with Charles Wilson.
Before they broke up their final
joint policy session to battle
Wilson, some labor leaders
warned that Wilson was as
tough as they were. If labor
spoke to him as bluntly as most
wanted to, he would blow up.
The reaction was, fine, let him
blow. The quicker the better,
and then Mr. Truman would
have to move.
For the first IS minutes
of that parley Mr. Wilson
was enraged. He stalked up
and down before the blunt
labor leaders but he took
it. And then he went to see
the President, who said.
Give them what they want
but check with me before
you make top level decisions
which would re-create these
crisis.
However, it's too late. Neither
Mr. Truman, nor the gllt-prlnted
portfolio crowd on the Inside
understands what labor really
wants.
So the country Is faced with
threatened strikes of some 2,000,
000 men in the crucial gun,
tank, plane, electronics, meat
and military clothing fields. Po-
litically, labor is furious. Last
Friday morning the CIO called
all its top treasurers into Wash-
ington and began raising $250.-
000 for its Political Action Com-
mittee which meets again March
12.
Behind it all is Mr. Truman's
effort to treat labor as though
there were a desperate emer-
gency, and yet not do anything
to fully mobilise the land.
Labor couldn't get to him un-
til it created a crisis. It wanted
to say it wasn't going to war
unless the White House did too.
There either is or isn't an emer-
gency. vMr. Truman's advisers,
whoever they are. must make up
their minds. Or there'll be more
civil wars.
(Copyright 19S1 Post Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
Agenda for the Coming Big Four Parley
"LET'S 5 TALK
^ ABOUT HIM/
MERRY-GO- ROUHD
Red Tape For Ike
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA)General of the Army
Dwight D. Eisenhower assumes his new supreme
command In Europe handicapped by one of the
biggest bundles of red tape ever devised by the
bureaucratic brain of man. Tactical problems
and the building of an army that can hold the
Russians should be the least of his worries. Just
weaving his way through the diplomatic chan-
nels of communication with the 12 NATO for
North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries
will bother him most, If he lets it.
Fortunately. General Ike has a reputation for
being able to brush his way through civilian
confusion to get at the heart of his problems.
Fortunately also, some effort Is being made to
simplify the chain of command. But as the
table of organization now reads, there is all this
diplomatic hierarchy above, and way down at
the bottom Is the so-called "supreme" com-
Lmander.
His powers stem from the North Atlantic
Treaty Itself. This Is stated hi only the most
broad, general terms. So General Eisenhower
Is saddled with the complicated Intergovern-
mental organization that was set up to pul this
treaty Into effect.
At the top of the heap Is the Council of For-
eign Ministers for the 12 North Atlantic Pact
countries. The Council meets only on call. The
last meeting, In Brussels last December, picked
General Elsenhower as supreme commander and
prepared a paper on organization of his head-
Suarters. This paper was never made public.
o future meeting of the Council has been sche-
duled.
While the Council of Foreign Ministers Is not
In session, the Council of Deputies sits perma-
nently in London. Charles M. Spofford Is Amer-
ican representative and chairman of the group.
Theoretically. General Eisenhower gets his poli-
tical directives from the Council of Deputies, but
through circuitous channels.
Below ihe Council of Foreign Ministers or
their Deputies Is a Defense Committee. It is
made up of the Ministers of Defense of the 12
countries. Secretary of Defense George Marshall
Is U. S. member.
Under the Defense Committee Is the Military
Committee. It is made up of the Chiefs of
Staff of the 12 countries all generals and ad-
mirals. Gen. Omar Bradley is U. S. representa-
tive.
But these 12 Chiefs of Staff can't be in ses-
sion all the time. They have what's known as
"The Standing Group" to represent them and
work at the job full time. The Standing Group
has three members Air Marshal Tedder of
Britain, Oeneral Ely of France and Vice Adm.
Gerauld Wright of the U. 8., representing Gen-
eral Bradley.
Under the Standing Oroup. you finally get
down to General Elsenhower, the Supreme Com-
mander.
The Standing Group has offices in the Pen-
tagon, in Washington. As a short cut. General
Eisenhower might report to the Council of De-
puties in London through The Standing Group
in Washington. This Is about as direct as the
lines of responsibility could be drawn. But ev-
erybody in between has to be kept Informed to
keep noses from getting out of joint.
Oeneral Elsenhower is not working for the
U. 8. government, President Truman, the De-
partment of State nor the U. S. Department of
Defense directly. He is an international citizen,
employed by 12 governments.
General Elsenhower's command is really only
one of three under the North Atlantic Treaty.
A North Atlantic Ocean command, to run naval
defense and shipping, is Just now being set up.
The third element is the U. S.-Canada command
lor western hemisphere operations.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
WASHINGTON. There is a simple test of depart as soon as the security of the new state
the real Importance of the crushing victory of
General Rldgway's United Nations forces, which
has been received with remarkable Indifference
in this country. The bloody failure of the Com-
munist offensive in Korea markedly reduces the
likelihood of an attack on Indo-Chlna by the
Chinese Communist "liberation army," organiz-
ed for tnis purpose In South China.
This Is not to say that the possibility of such
an attack Is now ruled out. French General De
Lattre de Tasslgny, commanding the French
and loyal Indo-Chinese forces, has informed his
government that he still rates the chances of a
Chinese invasion at about even, and he Is mak-
ing his preparations accordingly.
Yet day by day. the Chinese Communists are
Delng weakened in Korea. Day by day, the
French and the Nationalist Indo-Chinese forces
are being strenghtened in Indo-China. With
every day that passes, the season of the low
clouds called the "crachln." which conceals
troop movements from air attack. Is drawing to
It close. In short, for Mao Tse-Tung and his
Chinese Communist armies, time Is running out.
There can be no serious doubt that an Inva-
sion of Indo-Chlna was planned by the Chinese
and their Russian senior partners up until very
recently, whether or not these plans have now
been abandoned. The evidence on this point is
overwhelming: the organization of the 250,000-
man "liberation army" on the Indo-Chinese
border, under a 81no-8ovlet joint staff; the
switch In the propaganda line of Indo-Chinese
Communist chief Ho Chi Minh, stressing the
glories of being "liberated" by the Chinese: the
strategy agreed upon at the Peiping meeting of
Asiatic Communist leaders more than a year
ago. calling for the "liberation by armed strug-
gle" first of South Korea, then of Indo-Chlna,
then of all Southeast Asia.
While the United Nations forces were reeling
back in Korea, this schedule must have seemed
wholly .practical. Indeed, the Communist dele-
gate. General Wu, virtually announced in the
United Nations that Indo-China was next on
the list. Vet the schedule cannot seem so prac-
tical now. which Is undoubtedly the main rea-
son for Mao Tse-Tung's reported mission to
Moscow.
For one thing De Lattre de Tasslgny has
transformed the Internal situation. Far more
politically astute than his colonial-minded pre-
decessor. General Carpentier. De Lattre has re-
peated continuously that the French are now
in Indo-Chlna as allies rather than masters of
the Indo-Chinese; and that French forces will
Is achieved. As a result, the Nationalist. anti-
Communist forces, long dormant, are beginning
to quicken Into real life. The arming of a Na-
tionalist Indo-Chinese Army Is proceeding ahead
of schedule.
Moreover, American supplies, including mod-
ern tanks and aircraft, are at last beginning to"
reach Indo-Chlna In Important quantities. Part-
ly for this reason, De Lattre's forces have deci-
sively defeated Ho Chi Mlnh's attempt to cap-
ture Hanoi and all north Indo-Chlna. De Lat-
tre now has a firm base In the Red River delta.
Ho can continue to harrass the French and Na-
tionalist forces, but he cannot now win decisive-
ly. He has almost certainly had his last chance.
Thus the local risk Involved in a Chinese In-
vasion of Indo-Chlna is growing daily. So is
the global risk. In the demoralized atmosphere
produced by a decisive defeat of the-United Na-
tions forces In Korea, the Invasion of Indo-
Chlna could have been undertaken without
grave danger of general war. That Is no long-
er the case.
When the Chinese Invaded Korea Secretary
of State Dean Acheson proposed a form of "li-
mited war" on China, but he was vetoed by the
British and French. If Indo-Chlna is Invaded,
however, the French are wholly committed to
fight. With Malaya and Hong Kong at stake.
British hesitations would disappear. Limited
war would almost certainly result, involving
crippling air attacks on the roads, railroads and
canals which are all that hold China together;
over support of the antl-Communlst guerrillas,
and probably a Chinese Nationalist foray against
the Chinese mainland.
The Chinese could invoke the 8ino Soviet
treaty. If the Russians honored the treaty, gen-
eral war at least in Asia would result. Open
Russian support would be poor consolation for
the price the Chinese Communist would have
to pay at home. The Chinese may yet attack,
simply because It will soon be too late. It was
the knowledge that it would soon be too late
that led Ho Chi Minh to launch the assault
which has now failed. Moreover, the failure In
Korea may even lead Mao Tse-Tung to attack
in Indo-Chlna, to restore his waning prestige in
Asia.
On balance, however, the likelihood of a Chin-
ese adventure in Indo-China is decreasing dally,
thanks largely to the United Nations victory in
Korea. The fact is that In Asia as everywhere,
nothing succeeds like success.
(Copyright. 1951. New Tork Herald Tribune Inc.)
BY DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Government to control scarce metals
down to last pound; This column will answer G.I.S.'
question; Senators have affidavits on Mississippi "Job-
selling" scandal.
WASHINGTON.Mobilization Boss Charles Wilson will assume
drastic powers over aluminum, copper and steel, beginning the
middle of June. He will put these strategic metals under a Con-
trolled material plan, which will give the government authority
to regulate their use down to the last pound.
Wilson spelled out his plan behind closed doors to the Joint
Congressional Committee on Defense Production.
"The controlled materials plan Is one that will operate on
scarce materials absolutely," the Mobilization Boss explained.
"I mean, it will have the control of aU the material In the par-
ticular line that is short."
n
However, Wilson added ruefully: "Once you start to control
things, It la a terrific Job. That is why I hate controls, and irom
the very bottom of my heart I hate controls."
The reason for this drastic control plan, Wilson said, was" the
dangerously short supply of aluminum, copper and steel ia'tho
face of the tremendous armament program.
He warned that the steel shortage will be the most critical,
but that the copper and aluminum picture is not so gloomy. For
example, he reported: "We will continue to have an aluminum
shortage for this current year of maybe as much as 180,000 or
190,000 tons. . But by 1953, when these American plants of ours
come In and begin to produce, we will have a plusage of aluminum,
not much, maybe 50,000 tons m 1853."
"Does that mean that. In 1953, aluminum will be in reason-
ably good supply for civilian use as well as military?" asked Utah's
GOP Sen. Wallace Bennett.
"Ves, sir," smiled Wilson.
G.I. GRIPES
Letters pour In to this column every day from G.I.'s, exercis-
ing their time-honored American privilege to kick. It is impossible _.
to Investigate all their complaints, but from time to time, this
column will publish the most serious O.I. gripes and try to glva
thtm a straight steer. Names will be withheld upon request.
A Draftee, Ft. Story, Va."There are 500 of us at Ft. Story
who haven't been home since we were drafted. Now we are sup-
posed to be shipped overseas. We were promised ten days leave,
but this has been cut to three days. This Isn't even enough time
to go home and tell our folks goodbye."
Ans.Investigation reveals that several camps have cut fur-
loughs In order to complete training schedules and still meet
shipping schedules. However, this column protested to the Army
which promised to send a directive to all camps, ordering at
least a seven-day furlough for every O.I. before he Is shipped
overseas.
Capt. Roger C. White, Jr., Somewhere In Korea"I wish the
people of the U.S. could see the horror of war as exhibited in
Korea. Hundreds of men, women and children are dying dally
from lack of food and the Intense cold. Is there no way to aid
them?"
Ans."Care" is now rushing food and clothing to Korean re-
fugees.
A Sergeant, Camp Stoneman, Calif. Whatever happened to
the much-publicized point system announced last fall, under
which enlisted reservists with sufficient points would not be sent
overseas?"
Ans.The point system was hastily abandoned Not. 7, 1950,
less this two weeks after it was adopted. An Army spokesman
explained it was scrapped because of Chinese Intervention in
Korea. Reminded that the Chinese didn't Intervene until lato
November, he consulted his superiors and came back with tho
stcry that the critical military situation had caused the plan to bo
dropped. However, It was pointed out that the military situation
was more critical on Oct. 28 when the point system was an-
nounced than on Nov. 7 when it was dropped. The Army had no
further alibis.
Elmer Hency, Sr., Oran, Mo."Can't anything be done to help
my three boys In uniform? They sacrificed high civilian wages to
serve Uncle 8am, but they have to pay income taxes even on their
small army incomes."
Ans.Enlisted men in combat zones are exempt from paying
Income taxes. If they are stationed In noncombat areas, however,
they must pay taxes the same as civilians. Meanwhile, several bills
have been Introduced In Congress to exempt all enlisted mea
from paying Income taxes. The best thing you can do is write to
the House Ways and Means Committee, urging tax relief for
all OX's.
A Paratrooper, Ft. Campbell, Ky."We have been ordered to
sign forms that we 'may not own. or maintain, or operate a motor
v hiele that ts not registered at Ft. Campbell.' I have a car In
my name, but It is being driven by my wife at home. If this form
is legal, then what Is to stop the Army Irom telling me that
I should sell my home or divorce my wife and send my children
to an orphanage?"
Ans.This form was Issued In the hope of reducing accidents
around Ft. Campbell. The only legal grounds for It Is the author-
lty of the Army to maintain safety at Its Installations. The army
cannot take away your automobile, and probably won't try.
"JOB-SELLING" SCANDAL
Here Is the inside story on the Mississippi "Job-selling scan-
dal. Mississippi's two Senators have affidavits from 20 rural mall
carriers, postmasters and contractors who say they were charged
as high as $1,500 for jobs and favors. The Senators' constituents
claim to have been approached by representatives of the so-called
Truman faction of the Democratic Party. ,L-
Jobs were.sold at the following prices: $1,500 for rural mall
carrier, a position not requiring Senate confirmation; $300 to $400
for acting postmaster (this payment Is small, since postmasters
must be confirmed by the Senate); $300 for county directos* of
price stabilization.
Contractors also paid $200 to be placed on a nonexistent elig-
ible list for war contracts. A Columbus. Miss., contractor reportad
that he was warned his name would be put on a blacklist If he
did not pay the fee. ,,
NOTEThe Truman faction of the Democratic Party la
isslpol Is headed by Clarence Hood. Acting National Commlt-
teeman.
_______(Copyright. 1851. by the Bell Syndicate, toe.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, MARCH t, 1H1
Portugese Prime Minister Warns West
Against Appeasement of The Kremlin
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Here i<
an Interview with Prime Minis-
ter Salasar o Portuf al. Salaiar
seldom grants interriews. One
of tQAIrare nea wai with R. H.
Shaekford. General European
Ne>$ Manar/er of United Press,
in.AjNrtl, 1949. He has now
ErjuBjHI Shackford another ex-
< lasts* Interviewa surrey of
the World crisis In which he
warn* the West against a
tetnfljjtion to resort to ap-
ent with Russia.)
China Reds Said Ready To Begin
'All Or Nothing'' Korea Offensive
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ER8EINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
a 3LtR.II SHACKFORD
WSHpN, PorluRal. March 2.
(UPI-. Portuguese Prime Minis-
ter EJrAntonlo Dp Ollvclra Sa'.a-
jaritfiSry warned the United
8tat*J"Britaln and France a-
*alh33 temptation in a new Big
Foorjjjnference to throw away
prefeelflr advantages for any kind
of appeasement of Russia.
$ aft exclusive interview with
thil correspondent in his official
residence, the 61-year-old bache-
Jo-'and former university profes-
sor! said the Atlantic Pact policy
of building up defensive strength
wa making war "less probable."
He did not think a Big Four
corjtefjhce would achieve any
positive! results, but he feared the
W^t's Big Three might maKe
concessions now for a spurious
appeasement policy.
Salazar recalled the "Roose-
vellian concession" which allow-
ed -Russia a zone of influence In
Eafctern Europe and resulted in
integration of the area Into Rus-
sia^
The crucial Issue of war or
peace. Salazar said, depends o.i
the outcome of East-West "bat-
tles" for Germany and Japan. If
Russia loses them, 8alazar thinks
the Russians will make a comoro-
mise live-and-let-llve policy or
return to Isolation either of
which he feels would produce
world peace. If Russia winsshe
will control the future of Europe
and Asia.
But Salazar believes that be-
cause of Soviet post-war actions,
the tide has turned against Rus-
sia and in favor of the West. He
pledged his country one of the
most Important strategic mem-
bers of the Atlantic Pact would ,
carry out "loyally and fully" her
share of the collective defense
effort.
Salazar's major concern Is
the forthcoming Big Four confer-
ence preliminary meetings in
Paris. Russia agreed yesterday
to a Western proposal to begin
the Paris talks next Monday.
Salazar agrees the West should
talk with Russia again, but lie
adds: "I do not say this because
I am expecting any useful results
from a conference of the so-call-
ed Big Four. Rather do I fear the
Western powers in talks with
KMssia may be inclined to sacri-
fice some advantages which they '
still hold in order to reach some
kind of appeasement which,
would neither be lasting nor be i
attained by such procedures."
Salasar repeated the belief that
On major Issues "no progress will
be achieved."
Salazar rarely grants inter-
views. Normally he shuns tne
spotlight. Most of the last 25 years
he has devoted his life to creat-
ing* a new Portugal from its fir-
mer bankruptcy.
pressed in a lounge suit, he re -
ceived me unostentatiously at
his residence and we chatted in
a taprestry-hung drawing room.
He entered the room before the
appointed time, unannounced
and unattended. No one else ex-
cept a maid who let me in ever
appeafed. And when I left it as
Salazar who helped me on with
my coat and showed me out at
the door.
Salazar discussed both Por; li-
gese and international prob-
lems. Highlights of the Interview
included these points:
1. Portugal will have to curtail
her economic rehabilit a 11 o n
pplans somewhat because of the
requirements of rearmament. But
ahe will continue building a new
Portugal within the limits of he
defense requirements of the
Western World.
S: Regarding Atlantic Pact
plans "We shall loyally and fully
carry out our share of effort and
Bpcrlfices. And with this end In
Tlew, we mean not to neglect
anything."
3. Russia has squandered he.-
reservoir of good will In the world
and this may dominate interna-
tional policy in the near future.
4. The international atmos-
phere for two or three years will
be tense because Russia will seek
to thwart Western plans for c-
lense. But Salazar believes th;
"good old days" when Russia
could use force, or prestige, or
Infiltration to advantage have
gone. Salazar predicted not on-
ly more intensive Western de-
fense preparations but "success-
ive disintegration, either spon-
taneous or imposed, on Commun-
ist groups in the west."
if I am asked whether we r.re
getting nearer an unavoidable
conflict. I would say on the con-
trary we were drawing away
from it," he said.
By HARRY FERGUSON
NEW YORK, March 2 (UP)
There is a growing belief that the
Chinese Communists are getting
ready to throw one more big of-
fensive at the United Nations
army.
If it succeeds in the opening
phases they will pour everything
they have into the attempt to
overrun Lt. Gen. Matthew B.
Rldgway's lines and drive the
United Nations troops into the
sea.
If lt falls the Chinese Reds
may take another look at their
hand to decide whether they
want to stay in the war.
There is not much profit in lt
for them right now. They are
suffering a punishing casualty
rate and getting no closer to
their objective which is to take
over all Korea and turn lt into a
Communist satellite.
Mao Tze-tung, chairman of the
Chinese Communist Party, has
never hesitated to change course
abruptly when he finds himself
in a blind alley. He knows when
to retreat and when to compro-
mise.
Nor has he ever been bound
hand and foot to the theories of
Karl Marx, Lenin or Stalin. In
the past he has changed the
rules to suit himself. That part
of Communist doctrine which he
thinks is good for China he uses.
That part which Is not he re-
jects.
If Mao throws his big punch
and lt falls there are three
courses open to him:
Firstly, he can drop his chilly
attitude towards the United Na-
tions and agree to a compromise
which will get him out of trouble
In Korea. The United Nations al-
ready has set up machinery for
negotiations between Red China
and the antl-Comraunlst coali-
tion-committee on good offices.
All lt needs to go to work is a nod
from Mao, but he has so far
given them no encouragement.
Secondly, he can let his troops
gradually flow back into China
and leave the North Koreans to
stew in their own Juice. Mao has
never formally declared war on
anybody and he maintains the
fiction that his soldiers are all
"volunteers" who rushed into
Korea because they were con-
vinced General Douglas Mac
Arthur was about to Invade
China.
There never would be an an-
nouncement that Chinese were
the pulling out. The army would
just melt away and Mao would
keep up the pretense that his
troops were volunteers who had
suddenly decided to go home and
plant the spring rice crop.
Thirdly, Mao would lay it on
the line, to Stalin. Either the Rus-
sians would have to get into the
war or the Chinese Reds would
get out. He would have some
powerful arguments on his side.
Communism's future in Asia de-
pends to a considerable extent
on the outcome in Korea.
Mao could point out to Stalin
that much more than the pos-
session of Korea Itself was at
stake, and he would be talking
a language Stalin understands.
But Stalin would also have to
consider that If Russian soldiers
started shooting at United States
soldiers World War III would be
here.
One fact that stands out today
is that Mao cannot tolerate for
long1 a situation In which his best
troops are being chewed to pieces
without winning anything In re-
turn. For the moment time works
on the side of the allies.
Soviet Peasant Resist Farm
Mergers Ordered by Kremlin
By LEON DENNEN
NEA Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON (NEA)
The Kremlin is making a mas-
sive new effort to'lndustrlalize"
Soviet agriculture and is meet-
ing the stlffest resistance the
Russian peasantry has shown in
20 years. Acts of sabotage and
even open violence are occurr-
ing almost dally.
Observers here believe Premier
Stalin's recent "assurance" that
World War III Is not Inevitable
war largely designed to calm the
fraged nerves of Jittery pea-
sants, whose restive behavior is
being recorded by the Soviet
press from Moscow to the dis-
tant regions of Kazakstn.
Alllied intelligence reports
this is the first widespread pea-
sant resistance since the Krem-
lin's farm collectivization cam-
paign of 1930-32, when an esti-
mated 6,0000,000 peasants were
"liquidated" by the secret po-
lice.
What touched it off Is Stalin's
program for merging thousands
of already sizable collective
larms into huge industrial units.
About 15,000.000 farm families
are said to be affected by this
newest agricultural revolution.
Reports In Pravda. the official
Russian newspaper, Indicate how
fast the amalgamation Is mov-
ing ahead. In 1949, in the east-
ern provinces of Byelo-Russla,
there were 9771 collective farms.
By 1950 these had been com-
pressed Into 3279 Industrial
units, according to N. Patollt-
chev, secretary of the Byelo-
Russian Communist Party. In
1952 these units will be further
consolidated.

There is no doubt Stalin fears
the peasantry, especially the
Ukrainians who come so close
to revolting during world War
II. Only Hitler's brutality and
his failure to smash the hated
collectives made the Ukrain-
ians choose Moscow as a lesser
evil.
The Kremlin is determined
not to take any more chances.
In apparent anticipation of an-
other war, lt has taken the final
steps to turn the peasants into
slaves, to secure its strangle-
hold over them.
If it succeeds, the peasants
will become virtual Industrial
laborers in great "farm factor-
ies ."
But their resistance has been
strong and it continues to grow.
It can no longer be Ignored by
the Soviet press. In a Pravda
editorial of Jan. 19, the provin-
cial press particularly was be-
rated for Its failure to "de-
monstrate with vivid and. con-
crete examples from Soviet life,
the victory of the Lenln-Stalln
ideas."
A clear threat to repeat the
massacres of 1930-32 is contain-
ed in a statement by Khrush-
chev, a secretary of the Russian
Bolshevik party. He writes:
"Every peasant should be
made aware that if todav he is
guljty of even the slightest
transgression, tomorrow the
party will know about It and.
the dav after, the public prose-
cutor."
*
But despite these warplngs
peasant resistance is reported
daily in the Russian press with-
out let-up.
State Department officials be-
lieve this Is t h e backdrop
? gainst which Stalin's latest
statement and the various So-
viet "peace" campaigns should
be read.
The Kremlin's line is that, al-
though the West wants war, it
can and will be thwarted by the
vlellance of Stalin His savage
attack on the United Nations
obviouslv was aimed at increas-
ing confusion and uncrtalnty
in Europe and Asia. He hoped
p 1 1 1 V \
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) There's
k crisis at MOM over Lana Tur-
ner's new contract. She's de-
manding "half of Fort Knox" on
theory that she can get lt as a
iree lance star.

Greer Garson'i Buddy Foe el-
son is taking bis medic's advice
seriously. Alarmed by his sec-
ond heart attack, Fogelson has
turned his ranch and oil inter-
ests over to his business man-
ager^ supervision and will take
it easy from now on.

Peter Lawford will get a flash
from his MOM bosses that will
knock him for a loop. He'll be
rushed Into "Ivanhoe" as Sir Wal-
ter Scott's dashing swashbuck-
ling hero on the strength of his
derringdo in "Kangaroo." Errol
Flynn and Stewart Granger had
to turn the role down.

Judy Garland now has a high-
powered press agent, Bill Hebert.
... It's been suggested by a TV
producer that Hollywood should
give an Oscar for the best film
made specifically for TV. I'm not
holding my breath.

Betty Hutton, John Wayne and
MGM's "Battleground" grabbed
the Photoplay Gold Medal awards
as the nation's top stars and most
enjoyed movie. Ann Bl'yth and
Broderlck Crawford were runners
up as personalities, "All The
King's Men" in the film classifi-
cation,

News item: "Howard Hughes
will build 200 million dollar*'
worth of guided missiles for
Uncle 6am." His first one, of
course, was Jane Russell which
he aimed directly at the movie
boxoffices.
LITTLE CAESAR
The military Is about to tap Ed-
ward G. Robinson, Jr. on the
shoulder. ..Ginger Rogers can
take a bow. Critics around the
country are agreeing that her
work in "Storra Warning" U her
best since "Kitty Foyle."...Mi-
chael Visaroff, the producer-ac-
tor, Is chuckling over false re-
ports of his death. He walled:
"The only sad thing was that no
one sent me flowers except my
mother-in-law, who knew I was
very much alive."

A new UI film, "Lights Out,"

THIS YEAR'S "MR. VIP"-Named by Secretary of State Dean
Acheson as "the most important man in the United States," Pic.
Anthony J. Troilo, 25, of Norristown, Pa., was given a standing
ovation by VIPs from President Truman on down at a "Very Im-
portant Persons" amateur variety show in Constitution Hall,
Washington, D. C. Troilo, seen with bis nurse, Capt. Marguerite
Peters, lost both feet from frostbite when captured by North
Korean. He was described by Acheson as "a symbol of what
men of our own blood are paying for freedom."
Australian Leader
Fears War Possible
CANBERRA (Australia), March
2 (UPI Australian Prime Min-
ister Robert G. Menzles told a
specially summoned meeting of
State premiers today that he be-
lieved "the possibilities of war
are real and serious."
He said "Australia cannot grant
herself one day more than three
years In which to prepare."
Menzles summoned the pre-
miers to Canberra to discuss de-
fense preparations. He noted
that some world figures con-
sidered three years "a too liberal
estimate" of what he called "the
acute time limit" for rearming.
Menzles said "I do not believe
war is Inevitable but it is avoid-
able only by what we do within
the time limit. If the democracies
fall to prepare completely with-
in three years they may regard a
war of aggression against them
as highly possible.
"If on the otherhand we are
adequately armed to participate
in a war from the moment lt be-
gins there Is a real chance the
enemy may open the doors to
negotiation."
He said that Korea. Malaya
and Indochina are "the clearest
evidences of Communist world
strategy/*__________^________
to throw another monkey wrench
Into the North Atlantic defense
I program, to prevent or at least
postpone West Germany's rear-
mament and a peace treaty be-
tween Japan and the West.
Thus, through Its customary
! allyfear Moscow seeks both
I to divide the West and to unite
the people of Russia and the
satellite countries.
Same Price
BOSTON. (UP) A high-class
Boston men's shop, which never
has markdown sales, headlined a
big newspaper display advertise-
ment as follows: Men! Our tM5
Cashmere overcoats are now $145.
Fia. Businessman
Charges Gangsters
Aided Goy. Warren
SANFORD. Fla., March 1. ,(UP)
A former State representative
and possible candidate for Gov-
ernor said today there was "no
doubt" that an "associate" of
Capone gangsters contributed to
Gov. Fuller Warren's election
. impalgn.
J. Bralley Odham, president cf
the Florida Junior Chamber of
Commerce, also said that while
he Is not in a position "at this
time" to make an announcement
on his candidacy for the govern-
orship he is "frankly" interested.
"I know there isn't any doubt
in my mind or the minds of the
people of Florida that Bill Johns-
ton gave a considerable sum of
money to elect Fuller Warren,"
Odham said.
"The gamblers and other spe-
cial Interest operators make t
their business to know the law."
The Kefauver Senate Crime
Committee said In an interim re-
port yesterday that William
Johnston, "an associate of Capo-
j ne mobsters," contributed $100,-
[ 000 to Warren's campaign. Joh.i-
I ston owns a number of dog race
i tracks, and is president of four
tracks in Florida. .
Odham also urged that the le-
gislature give citizens the power
! to recall elected officials to help
! enforce anti-gambling laws.
He pointed out that Florida's
constitution gives the governor
sole power to remove constitu-
tionally-elected officials.
"I would suggest that the com-
ing session of the legislature
make the necessary changes in
the law to allow the people. o
have the power to remove by pe-
tition for recalL"
Pedro Miguel Club
Goes For $100
On Isthmian Bid
Isthmian Constructors, Inc.
was awarded the contract for
the demolition of Pedro Miguel
Clubhouse and alteration of the
facilities on the ground, or base-
ment, floor of the building, lt
was announced Friday at the
office of the Supply & Services
Bureau at Balboa Heights.
The firm made an offer of
$100.00 and was the high bid of
two reeelved. The contract pro-
vides that the work be com-
pleted within 90 days.
Pedro Miguel Clubhouse is
one or the best known land-
marks on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus. Originally built in
Gorgona In 1907. lt was removed
to its present location in 1914.
The contract for its demo'*-
tlon provides that the contract-
ing firm make alterations to the
bathhouse, the tailor shop, and
the shoe shop. Other clubhouse
facilities have already been
moved to the Post Office Build-
ing.
Senate Opinion
Swing On Draft
Shocks Marshall
WASHINGTON, March 2 (UP)
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall yesterday said he is
shocked to find Congressional
sentiment swinging against rapid
mobilization although the prob-
lems confronting the nation are
as grave as ever.
Testifying before the House
Armed Services Committee. Mar-
shall coupled the blunt state-
ment with a strong plea for
and 18-year-old draft without
strings. He noted that only two
months ago he was being critic-
ized for not ordering full mobil-
ization at once.
Selective Service Director
Lewis B. Hershey said that under
the bill now being debated in the
Senate, no 18-year-old could be
called for at least two vears be-
cause of provision ordering local
draft boards to exhaust their
supply of older men first.
He said his estimate was on
the assumption that the military
goal would be kept at 3,500.000
men, that physical and mental
Standards will be lowered and
that deferments will be ended
for childless husbands 19-
through-25, the present draft
range.
Hershey conceded there should
be enough registrants In the
present draft to fill calls for 24
to 27 months.
Marshall strongly opposed the
committee's tentative decision
duction age at 18'i instead or 18
as Marshall recommended, and
criticized a companion plan to
cut induction standards to the
lowest level or World War n.
On the Issue of the draft age.
Marshall reminded the legis-
lators that the Korean war pic-
ture was very dark when he took
ever the defense reins last fall
and Congress was pressuring him
for "more men, more guns, more
money."
But now. he said, the tide has
turned the other way.
with Arthur Kennedy and Peggy
Dow. under Mark Robson's sensi-
tive direction, is a love story that
will sledge hammer your heart.
The fact that the hero is a blind
GI adds rather than detracts
from the film's impact. Even the
bobby soxer's, I'm willing to pre-
dict, will like It.

Loll 8t. Cyr, the strip-teaser,
may play a role in Burt Lancas-
ter's "Ten Tall Men." Hmmmm.
Wonder If they'll retltle lt, "Ten
Bald Men"?

Sign of the times note: Bing
Crosby borrowing $5 from bro-
ther Bob at radio rehearsal.

Every Hollywood agent is gasp-
ing. Lita Grey Chaplin received a
labor franchise to collect a 15 per
cent commission from her clients
five per cent above the stand-
ard fee. The extra five per cent,
Lita explains. Includes publicity
and exploitation. . Elizabeth
Taylor mav have squawked, but
MOM isn't planning a title
change for her co-starrer with
Larry Parks, "Love is Better Than
Ever."
SOME DIFFERENCE
Howl line in "The Golden
Goose." Richard Carlson sur-
prises Fred MacMurray and Elea-
nor Parker In a romantic situa-
tion in Fred's apartment, and
Fred stammers, "Come inIt's
it's not whatI meanit's a
girl."
"I know," replies Carlson, "they
taught us the difference in med-
ical school."

Director Rouben Mamoullan's
observations on stars of the last
2o years:
"Frederic March won an Oscar
for 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." I
had to fight with the studio to get
him for the picture. They said he
was a light comedian.
"Miriam Hopkins? She's two
different people. If Miriam
trusts you as a director, she's
Ideal. If she doesn't life Isn't
worth living. I'd never hesitate
to use Miriam In a picture.
"Maurice Chevalier w.as a kind
of miracle to me. On the set he
was an unhappy, neurotic man
hunched over his chair. I'd yell,
'Camera' and he'd change Into
the bouyant, happy Chevalier.
The contrast was staggering.
"Rita Hayworth did her first
technicolor picture for me, 'Blood
and Sand.' She was the quietest,
silentest girl I ever met in Holly-
wood.
" 'Becky Sharpe- was the first
technicolor picture ever made. I
was horrified when the first shots
came back from the lab. We had
used green walls, yellow curtains
and red roses as a background.
The walls came out yellow, the
curtains red and the roses green."
Vets, 'Cooties'
Plan Day of Fun
At Chiva Chiva
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
1U "fun" affiliate, the MUitary
Order of Cooties, will hold their
annual all-day picnic tomorrow
at the NFFE building on the
Chiva Chiva Trail.
The picnic is being sponsored
Jointly by the two organisations.
Games and contests for Juniors
and Seniors are planned. These
will Include races, stunts, pie*
eating contests, horeback rides,
etc.
The building will be open at
nine a.m. and luncheon will bo
served at 12:30 p.m.
Free beer barbecue and soft
drinks will be served, according
to an announcement by E. H.
Rosypal, adjutant of Shangrl La
Pup Tent No. 1 of the Multar
Open of the Cooties.
Members are invited to brine
guests.
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PANAMA, B. P., VIERNES. MARZO 2, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Puede modificarse la poltica de
Estados Unidos hacia Argentina
A_____
1 v -
Edward Miller Jr. duda de que
puede persistir en la buena
disposicin que antes tena
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 2.
(UP). El New York Times
public el siguiente' despacho
enviado desde Montevideo por
tu corresponsal especial, Mil-
ton Bracker:
'Edward O. Miner hijo. Se-
cretarlo Adjunto de Estado de
los Estados Unidos, que se en-
cuentra aqu para asistir a la
toma de posesin del presi-
dente uruguayo,- Andrs Mar-
tines Trueba, expres su gran
preocupacin por las noticias
de Buenos Aires sobre los ata-
ques a los trabajadores de La
Prensa. Miller dijo: "Estoy
(irofundamente preocupado por
os Informes sobre los actos
de violencia contra los emplea-
dos de La Prensa. En mi dis-
curso ante la Conferencia ln-
teramerlcana de Prensa en
Nueva York en octubre pasa-
do, expres lo que creo es la
opinin de todos los norteame-
ricanos sobre la cuestin de la
libertad de expresin. Todos
los amigos de Argentina tie-
nen >que sentirse necesaria-
ment preocupados por el bie-
nestar de La Prensa y de sus
empleados". El Secretario de
Estado Adjunto indic clara-
mente que en un gobierno cu-
ya poltica est tan circuns-
crita por los efectos de la opi
nln pblica como en el caso
del Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos, los efectos adversos del
cierre de La Prensa y de los
ataques contra los empleados,
ha sido tan grande que plan-
tea graves dudas en cuanto a
que el Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos pueda continuar sus
esfuerzos concretos en la eje-
cucin de una poltica de bue-
na disposicin para ir al en-
cuentro de los argentinos, en
el campo de las relaciones In-
ternacionales.
El Sr. Miller partir hacia
Buenos Aires el viernes e Ir
a santiago de Chile donde de-
ber oronunclar un discurso
el martes.
A principios del ao pasado,
l habl francamente en prlr
vado en Buenos Aires, con el
Presidente Juan Pern sobre
la cuestin de los derechos
ciudadanos puesta de relieve
entonces por el cierre en gran
escala de peridicos, que rea-
lizaba la comisin Investigado-
ra del obierno argentino.
Aunque Miller espera tener
para el Jueves un informe di-
plomtico completo de la Em-
bajada en Buenos Aires, se sa-
be que l ha ledo todos los
Informes periodsticos disponi-
bles sobre los acontecimientos
de La Prensa.
y
Se investigar la
suspensin de otro
diarlo argentino
Drsticas medidlas sern
tomadas contra los que
exploten al consumidor
El martes prximo habr una reunin de los mino-
ristas en el Despacho de Agricultura
En la maana de hoy se
efectu una reunin de la Jun-
ta de Control de Precios en el
Departamento de Comercio del
Ministerio de Agricultura, co-
mercio e Indutrlsas, y se de-
cidi efectuar una minuciosa
investigacin para establecer
responsabilidades en el alza in-
moderada de los precios de los
artculos de primera necesidad.
El Sr. Heurtematte, Secre:
tario de Comercio nos inform
que el Ministerio de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e Industrias,
asi como la Junta de Control
de precios, estn decididos a
tomar medidas drsticas con-
tra todas aquellas personas o
compaas que se dediquen al
acaparamiento de comestibles
para fines especulativos.
Asimismo, se ha convocado
una reunin de la Junta de
Control de Precios para el da
Martes 8 del presente, en don-
de estarn presentes los repre-
sentativos de los minoristas, a
ln de que expongan sus que-
jas y expliquen cuales son las
dificultades que estn encon-
Dan los resultados
de un concurso que
hubo en Venezuela
De acuerdo con informacin
oficial enviada por la Embaja-
da de Panam en Caracas, Es-
tados Unidos de Venezuela, los
Seridlcos "El Nacional" y "La
fera" del hermano pais dan
a la publicidad el siguiente
resultado:
Primer Premio: Alonso
Nelra M., Autor Colombiano.
Segundo Premio: Luis Alfonso
Snchez V., Autor Colombiano.
Tercer Premio: LENKO. (Seu-
dnimo! no identificado).
En este concurso participa-
ron ms de ocho artistas de
Panam. Como no se ha podi-
do identificar al autor del
Tercer Premio, se les comunica
a los artistas de Panam que
si alguno de ellos firm con
el seudnimo de "Lenko" se
sirva comunicarlo a la Emba-
jada de Panam en Venezuela
y pruebe su Identidad para los
finas consiguientes. Los Intere-
sados pueden tambin dar su
informacin al Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores.
CIRCULACIN PAGAOA
AYER MAS DE
trando, debido a la escasez de
varios artculos de primera ne-
cesidad.
En atencin a las numerosas
quejas recibidas en la Alcal-
da del Distrito Capital, el se-
or Alcalde del Distrito Inici
varias investigaciones con el
fin de determinar la causa del
alza injustificada de los pre-
cios de los artculos de pri-
mera necesidad.
Se pudo establecer que los
minoristas estaban vendiendo
stos artculos a precios bas-
tante altos, por lo que el Al-
calde convoc a una reunin
de los minoristas en su des-
pacho, la cual se efectu el
Lunes de la presente semana.
El Alcalde del Distrito dl
traslado del asunto al Ministe-
rio de Agricultura, Comercio e
Industrias, decidiendo el Mi-
nistro convocar a una reunin
de la Junta de Control de Pre-
cios, con los resultados ano-
tados. En la reunin de la Jun-
ta el Martes, los minoristas
tendrn oportunidad de expli-
car detalladamente la situa-
cin para que la Junta tome
las medidas necesarias.
MEXICO, Marzo 2. (UP).
Un portavoz de la Asociacin
Interamericana de Prensa dijo
que en breve se constituir
una comisin de tre periodis-
tas que sean abogados, para
investigar la denuncia del dia-
rlo "El Intransigente", de Sal-
ta Argentina que ha estado
cerrado desde hace catorce
meses debido a la actuacin
del gobierno.
Agreg que Miguel Lanz Du-
ret, presidente de El Universal
y El Universal Grfico, de ciu-
dad de Mxico, presidir la Co-
misin.
El portavoz dijo que estudia-
r la prueba documental que
"naturalmente incluye el pro-
blema que afronta La Prensa
de Buenos Aires" y actuar en
la siguiente forma: Si la Co-
misin encuentra que las prue-
bas Indican que las acusacio-
nes tienen base, la Comisin
pedir al Gobierno Argentino
que coopere en hacer posible
la investigacin sobre el terre-
no. 81 los funcionarlos argen-
tinos aceptan la peticin se
efectuar el estudio "sobre el
terreno" y se presentar un In-
forme una semana despus de
terminar la visita. En caso de
que los funcionarios argenti-
nos rehusen, la Comisin dar
cuenta de ello Junto con todas
las pruebas que pueda reunir
a las 400 publicaciones de este
continente que Integran la
raw la faa Col. si
Se verifican los
resultados del
censo de poblacin
Como hemos Informado en
ocasiones anteriores, con el
objeto de suplir omisiones y
corregir errores del empadro-
namiento, el Departamento de
Censos de la Contralora Ge-
neral de la Repblica est rea-
lizando en la actualidad una
verificacin en el campo de los
datos contenidos en la Boleta
Familiar del Censo de Pobla-
cin y Vivienda, despus de un
cuidadoso examen de dicha
Boleta. En algunos casos, las
omisiones y errores pueden en-
mendarse en la Oficina me-
diante una simple comparacin
de datos. En otros casos, sin
embargo, es necesario solicitar
la Informacin a la persona
empadronada.
Hasta el presente, los em-
pleados del Censo han reallza-
frasa a la m*. Col s>
22,100
Delegacin de EE.
UU. sale para la
reunin de Pars
WASHINGTON, Marzo 2 (UP>
La delegacin de los Estados
Unidos a la conferencia de de-
legados de los Cuatro Grandes,
encabezada por el Embajador
Philip C. Jessup, saldr al me-
dio da para Pars por la va
fcrea, en donde se preparar el
trabajo para la Conferencia de
Cancilleres de los Cuatro Gran-
des.
Mientras se preparan para
partir, el Departamento de Es-
tado expreso abiertamente su
escepticismo sobre si las po-
tencias occidentales y Rusia
podrn acordar la manera de
terminar con la crisis entre
Oriente y Occidente.
Los observadores diplomticos
dijeron que la linea poltica a
seguir durante la conferencia
est siendo preparada por am-
bos lados y no la cambiarn.
Jessup tiene rdenes de oponer-
le a cualquier restriccin Rusa
para negociar con Alemania.
Fuentes autorizadas dijeron
que si los Rusos rehusan tratar
La Gerencia de "La Prensa"
demanda la devolucin de la
mquina impresora incautada
A nuestros lectores
Un estudio sobre la polio-
mielitis ser presenUdo en
nuestra edicin Dominical es-
ta semana. El trabajo ser
publicado bajo el ttulo "An-
lisis de los brotes de Poliomie-
litis en nuestro Pas" y dar
el detalle por edad, lugares,
sexo, estaciones del ao y cu-
bre la forma como se presen-
t la reciente epidemia de
polio en nuestra ciudad en su
ubicacin por mansanaa, lo
rual esperamos de gran utili-
dad para el conocimiento de
la nanera como se presenta
esta enfermedad en nuestro
pala y de gran ayuda a la
clase Mdica.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 2 .
La Gerencia de "La Prensa
an espera la respuesta del Go-
bierno Argentino sobre la de-
volucin de la planta de im-
presin, de manera que los em-
pleados puedan regresar a tra-
bajar, f
La Polica se apoder de los
talleres de "La Prensa" despus
que el impresor de "La Prensa',
Roberto Nez, fue muerto 7
otros empleados heridos el mar-
tes en ataque promovido en el
boycot por los voceadores con-
tra el peridico.
Pidindole la devolucin de
los talleres, el Gerente de "La
Prensa" le pide a la polica:
Primero, la Gerencia del peri-
dico no ha sido Informado por
la polica o cualquier otra au-
toridad competente que la ocu-
pacin por la polica haba si-
do ordenada; segundo, el edifi-
cio ha sido cerrado para todos
los empleados de "La Prensa";
tercero. "La Prensa" no se pue-
de nacer responsable por cual-
quier cosa que ocurra en el edi-
ficio mientras est fuera del
control de la gerencia. "La
Prensa protest tambin contra
la detencin por diez horas de
Mximo Migueles, sereno saca-
do de la planta.
Manuel Costenl. Gerente de
"La Prensa", hizo peticin al
jues de Instruccin, doctor Du-
rrleu, al que visit acompaa-
do deL asesor legal,. doctor.Ma-
nuel V- Ordez, que dice: "En
el da de ayer, siendo aproxi-
madamente las l horas 30 mi-
nutos, concurr a la Comisaria
vigsima segunda, acompaado
del letrado que me patrocina
con objeto de averiguar la si-
tuacin en que se encontraban
los talleres, dado que se nos
haba hecho saber que estaban
con la polica y no se nos per-
mita la entrada." Agrega:
"Atendido por el comisario, re-
cibimos como nica respuesta
que los talleres estaban cerra-
dos a la espera de la llegada del
Juez que deba hacer en l las
diligencias. Solicitamos enton-
ces que se nos comunicara
cuando llegaba el Juez para es-
tar presentes como propietarios
del edificio en esa diligencia.
Nada se nos ha comunicado
hasta ahora."
A continuacin la peticin re-
fiere que la Polica no les per-
miti la entrada. Ms tarde se
envi dos empleados del diarlo
con un notario que levant un
acta sobre que no permita la
entrada y ms tarde esos em-
pleados fueron detenidos para
Interrogarlos acerca de su per-
manencia en el edificio. Al se-
reno se le oblig a abandonar
el edificio y m3 tarde se le
detuvo. Luego el pliego pasa
a hacer un resumen de los ca-
sos, que condensado dice: Se
clausur el edificio sin que hu-
biese ningn representante de
"La Piensa" y la empresa re-
chaza cualquier responsabilidad
por lo flue pueda haberse In-
troducido o extrado del mismo.
Segundo, deja a salvo los de-
(Pasa a la Pg. f. OeL S)
La Universidad de Panam le
entregar hoy sus diplomas
a un total de 116 estudiantes
Elige directiva la
Ca Panamea de
Seguros, S. A.
En la reunin anual celebra-
da por los accionistas de la
Compaa Panamea de. Segu-
ros, S. A. a las cuatro y media
de la tarde de ayer en el "Saln
Washington" de "El Panam",
fueron electos por unanimidad
de votos, para Integrar la Jun-
ta Directiva de la Compaa,
para el presente ao los si-
guientes caballeros: Roberto M.
Huertematte, T. Gabriel Duque
Eugene C. McGrath, A. Guiller-
mo Arango, James C- Smoot,
Harold W. Sander y Justo F.
Arosemena.
En el transcurso de esta se-
sin, se aprob el informe anual
de las actividades de la Com-
paa en el ao 1950 y se elogi
la forma en que el seor Aran-
go dirigi la marcha de la Com-
paa, desde su fundacin, re-
conocimiento ste que mereci
el aplauso caluroso y sincero de
los seores accionistas. El Di-
rector Arango, alegando moti-
vos de salud, anunci que no
aceptara ningn cargo en la
nueva Junta Directiva que ha-
bra de elegirse ms tarde aun-
que acept continuar en su ca-
lidad de Director.
Terminada la sesin, los re-
cin electos Directores se reu-
nieron momentos despus para
elegir a sus dignatarios con el
siguiente resultado:
Presidente: Roberto Huerte-
matte.
Vlce-Presidente T. Gabriel
Duque.
Tesorero: Eugene C. McGrath.
Secretarla: Srta. Amella M.
Roux.
Inmediatamente despus.
Depende de estudio que hace
el Ministro Carbonell que sea
declarada desierta licitacin
Es la que se refiere a proyecto sobre construccin
del Hipdromo
Denunciado complot
contra el Jefe de
la Polica Nacional
El Coronel Jos A. Remn,
Comandante Primer Jefe de Po-
lica Nacional, revel esta ma-
ana, el arresto de dos nicara-
genses, sealados por una mu-
jer, de fragar un complot para
asesinarlo.
La mujer, que responde al
nombre de Rosa Mara Castro,
inform a la Polica que haba
escuchado a los Nicaragenses
Armando Vlez Ramrez y Julio
Kueda, cuando conversaban en i
el Estadio Nacional, en un jue-|
ge de Baseball que se efectu
rl viernes pasado, planear el
asesinato del Comandante de
Polica. La mujer declar que
ella vio a los dos sujetos por-
tando una granada de mano y
oy cuando decan que mata-
ran al Comandante Remn en
la primera oportunidad. Agreg
que posteriormente, el domingo
en la noche, vio nuevamente a
los dos sujetos en el Estadio Na-
cional, cuando se eefetuaba un
encuentro de boxeo, en el cual
se encontraba el Jefe de Poli-
ca.
Al ser detenidos e interroga-
das ambos sujetes por la policia
negaron la veracidad de le ase-
verado por Rosa, Mara Castro
f ante la taita de prueba la
Polica los pose en libertad.
El Comandante Remen infor-
m que ne le aba importancia
a este hecho, pero se vigilaran
las actividades de ambos suje-
tes.
Esta noche se llevar a cabo
el acto de graduacin de la Uni-
versidad de Panam, corres-
pondiente al ao actual con un
significativo programa que se
ejecutar en el Auditorio de
nuestro mayor centro de estu-
dios. _,
La Sra. Elsle Alvarado de Rl-
cord ocup el primer puesto en
esta graduacin, en la cual a-
dems recibirn sus diplomas
que lo acreditan como profesio-
nales 118 estudiantes.
A continuacin damos a co-
nocer la lista de los estudian-
tes que recibirn sus diplomas:
Graduacin de 1951
ler. Puesto de Honor: Elsle Al-
varado de Rlcord: 2.90.
2o. Puesto de Honor: Ella Fer-
guson de Ferrer: 2.80.
3er. Puesto de Honor: Richard
Holzer: 2.79.
Facultad de Administracin
Pblica y Comercio
ler. Puesto de Honor: Eucll-
des M. Barrera (Premio Young
S Young).
2o. Puesto de Honor: Con-
cepcin Medina de Revello.
Licenciados en Ciencias Econ-
micas con Especializacln en
Administracin Pblica
Epifana Gonzlez M.. Eneida
Santlzo de Ortega, Pablo E.
Rangel Jr. Julio Vega Mndez.
Licenciado* en Ciencias Econ-
micas con Especializacln
en Comercio
Ramn Ernesto Alvarado, Eu-
clldes M. Barrera, Mara J. Ber-
nal, Eucarls E. Espino L. Te-
resa Garca de Paredes. Toms
Herrera L. Aguedo Magalln.
Edltta Zanet de Morn (Premio
Chase National Bank), Concep-
cin Medina de Revello, Fell-
berto Tejelra.
Facultad de Ciencias
ler. Puesto de Honor: Ella
Ferguson de errer.
2o. Puesto de Honor: Elvlrc
Pombo A.
Profesores de Segunda Ense-
anza con Especializacln en
Biologa y Qumica y Licencia-
dos en Biologa Qumica
Jos Rlcaurte Arela, Carlota
Elena Arguelles, Hermelinda
Arosemena, Pablo E. Corsen, Ge-
rardo Echeverra Jr.. Ella Fer-
guson de Ferrer, Hilda Maria
Gonzlez, Zenaida V. de Murlll,
Elvira Pombo A., Luis Suman,
Thelma Maria Velarde.
Profesores de Segunda Ense-
anza con Especializacln en
Matemticas y Fsica y Licen-
ciados en Matemticas y Fsica
Judith Allen, Edit de Sales
de Castrelln, Angela Mara
Chang, Augusta Victoria Espi-
no, Harold M. Forde, Antonio
Mock R.. Dbora Patino, Lu
Humberto Tapia B.
Licenciada en Matemticas y
Fsica
Berta M. Girn.
Facultad de Ciencias Mdicas
ler. Puesto de Honor: Jerni-
mo Averza Jr.
2o. Puesto de Honor: Jos A.
Daz.
Licenciados en Farmacia
Dallla Agullar, Atanaslo Apa-
ricio, Jernimo Avsrza Jr. Mar-
cos Castillero, Crispin Cornejo,
Nuria Argells Ferguson, Flori-
selda Galn. Tullo Quizado,
Dennis D. Hall, Julio H. Mata
C, Roy F. McGrinson, Danla
Peaflel, Dmaso Soils.
Bachilleres en Pre-Medicina
Jos Guillermo Alzp, Jaime
Bravo, Miguel J. Broce, Ramn
Chvez F., Luca De Len, D-
bora Delgado. Jos A. Daz, Ge-
rardo Echeverra Jr., Laura A.
Jimnez, Cecilia Lmela, Isoli-
na Mejla, Rene Osorlo, Otto
(Pasa a la Patina . Col. 1)
Los comunistas chinos
an tienen 200.000 en
los frentes de combate
Un prisionero de alto rango declara que estn pre-
parando ofensiva sin precedentes
-i
Informaciones dadas a la
prensa en el Ministerio de Obras
Pblicas, Indican que el titular
de la Cartera de Obras Pbli-
cas, Ingeniero Celso Carbonell,
est realizando una cuidadosa
Investigacin acerca de los pla-
nos y costos del proyecto de
Hipdromo Nacional, para des-
pus de este estudio, resolver
a fondo sobre la construccin
de la mencionada obra.
Como se sabe el Ministerio
de Obras Pblicas est en es-
tos momentos considerando dos
propuestas presentadas por la
Corporacin de Ingeniera Aran-
go y Lyons en la licitacin a-
blerta el martes 27 para la cons-
truccin de gran parte de di-
cha obra, pero en los circuios
autorizados se estimaba que si
los resultados de los estudios
que realiza el Ministro Carbo-
nell lo aconsejan, dicha licita-
cin podra ser declarada de-
sierta, para ajustar el proyecto
dentro de las capacidades y
posibilidades econmicas del Es-
tado.
Nuevo Gerente del Hotel "El Panam
.'
Otorgaron becas
para estudiar
en Guatemala
El Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia adjudic dos becas o-
torgadas por el Gobierno de
Guatemala para hacer estudios
militares en el Instituto Politc-
nico de Guatemala.
Las dos becas fueron adjudi-
cadas a Rodrigo Miranda de la
ciudad de Panam y Fernando
Prada Grlmaldo, de la ciudad de
Coln.
El Secretarlo del Ministerio
de Gobierno y Justicia, Don Jor-
ge Rubn Rosas, nos expres
que el Gobierno de la Repbli-
ca de Panam se siente alta-
mente agradecido de la Emba-
jada Guatemalteca en Panam
por las gestiones hechas por esa
Embajada a fin de brindarle
oportunidad a Jvenes estudian-
tes panameos para que efec-
ten estudios en ese gran pais
hermano. .
sobre Alemania, es Improbable
que se vuelva a preparar una Inmediatamente despus, se
nueva agenda para la confe- ofreci a los asistentes un mag-
rencla de tos Cuatros Grandes, nifico y suntuoso buffet.
Joseph R. Cunningham, a la Izquierda, se encarg reciente-
mente de la gerencia del Hotel El Panama, cuya capacidad
es de 300 cuartos, a la partida de J. P. Beenlg. a la derecha,
gerente general de la Corporccn de Hoteles Klrkeby, quien
abri y dirigi el Hotel El Panama, sirviendo en el provisio-
nalmente como gerente. El Sr. Boenlg ha regresado a ib car-
io permanente en Filadetfia, dnale es gerente del Hotel
Warwick de la cadena Klrkeby.
Del Seguro Social
va delegacin
a Buenos Aires
Don Cristbal Adn de Urrlo-
la. Gerente de del Seguro So-
cial. Doa Carmen Arlas vda.
de Mac lvalne, y Don Guiller-
mo Amaya, llevarn a Buenos
Aires la representacin de la
Caja del Seguro Social al Tercer
Congreso Interamerlcano de Se-
guridad que se Inaugurar en
la capital de la Repblica Ar-
gentina el 11 de los corrientes.
La mencionada Delegacin
partirn para Buenos Aires el
martes 6, para asistir a esta
importante Conferencia donde
se debatirn Importantes pro-
blemas de orden tcnico, social
y Jurdico que se relacionan con
el Seguro Social.
La Primera Conferencia nter-
americana se llev a cabo en el
ao de 1942 en Santiago de Chi-
le, la segunda se efectu en Rio
de Janeiro en el ao de 1947 y
la tercera es la que ahora se
realizar en Buenos Aires. A es-
ta Importante reunin asistirn
Delegados de Europa. Los Esta-
dos Unidos y de los pases ame-
ricanos y la asistencia de la
Delegacin de Panam se consi-
dera de gran utilidad por lo
provechoso de estos contactos
en la orientacin y direccin
tcnica de la Caja del Seguro
Social.
TOKIO. Marzo 2. (UP).
Encabezados por los tanque i
los marinos norteamericanos
capturaron la carretera estra-
tgica de Hub, de Hoengsong,
sin pelear, despus de quebrar
las defensas comunistas en las
montaas de mil pies al no-
roeste de la ciudad. Los tan-
oues armados cruzaron a tra-
vs de las calles de Hoengsong,
35 millas al sur del pararelo
38 y cruzaron c travs de un
terreno alto al noreste antes
de encontrarse bajo el fuego
comunista. La colina 303 fue
conquistada en un ataque con
bayonetas y armas menores.
Alrededor de 250 chinos rojos
murieron o huyeron en esta
accin.
Al segundo da de reactiva-
da la "ofensiva asesina", los
marinos penetraron profunda-
mente en las lneas de defen-
sa comulsta, a lo largo del
frente de sesenta millas en la
Corea Central. MacCarthur a-
nuncl, por otra parte, que los
chinos y norcoreanos no estn
cediendo el terreno fcllmete.
Aadi que a pesar de las
fuertes prdidas comunistas,
todava tienen 31 divisiones,
como 200,000 hombres, en un
frente a travs de Corea des-
de el mar Amarillo al mar de
Japn, para mantenerse cerca
del paralelo 38. Dijo que seis
ejrcitos chinos qce compren-
den diez y ocho divisiones de-
fienden el centro y cuatro
cuerpos norcoreanos reacondl-
cionados que comprenden tre-
ce divisiones, defienden los
flancos.
No obstante esto, las fuerzas
de las Naciones Unidas en las
montaas del este central
, marchan de 27 a 30 millas del
l paralelo 38 v otros aliados en
el frente central oeste esta-
ban a 31 millas debajo de la
vieja frontera entre Corea del
Norte y del Sur.
Junto con la ofensiva cen-
tral, las fuerzas americanas
aumentan la actividad de pa-
trullas en el frente oeste, alre-
ddor de Sel, capital surco-
reana en poder de los comu-
nistas. _
Las fuerzas de la 3a. Divi-
sin presionaron a travs del
congelado rio Han dentro de
Sel por tres puntos hoy. Una
cruz el ro al sur de Sel, y
penetr las defensas comunis-
tas a lo largo de las lineas de
ferrocarril y regres con tres
prisioneros norcoreanos.
Por otra parte, la fuerza a-
, rea anunci que veinte B-29
i volando desde Okinawa a tra-
1 vs de un cielo brillante, de-
1 jaron caer 180 toneladas de
| bombas sobre los patios y
I puentes de ferrocarril y los
centros de abastecimientos V
sobre los campos de aviacin
1 en el oeste de Corea del Nor-
te. Los centros de abasteci-
mientos de Hwangju, al sur de
Pyongyang, fueron bombardea-
dos por medio de la tcnica de
radar, pero el buen tiempo so-
bre Hangdong, al noreste de
Pyongyang permiti la visibili-
dad del aeropuerto y lo bom-
bardearon. Ochenta toneladas
de bombas fueron arrojadas
sobre Manpojln con "excelen-
tes resultados", las bombas re-
ventaron entre veinte lineas
de ferrocarril, 8 rampas de de-
psitos y en talles.
Uno de los prisioneros, de al-,
to rango que se mantiene el
secreto, declar que los chinos
estn reorganizando su ejrci-
to para una fuerte ofensiva
ms poderosa que las anterio-
res. Este dato coincide oon el
del Servicio de Inteligencia
Nacionalista Chino que dice
que el tercer ejrcito se haba
retirado a Manchuria para
descansar y reorganizarse des-
pus de la batalla del nordes-
te. El prisionero inform que
el reciente ataque chlno-nor-
coreano en direccin de Wonju
no fu una ofensiva a fondo,
sino encaminada solamente a
disuadir a los aliados de cru-
zar el rio Han hacia Sel y
obligar al Octavo Ejrcito a
realizar sus divisiones.
El prisionero agreg que la
prxima ofensiva ser mayor
que todas las anteriores y par-
ticiparn aviones de construc-
cin rusa. Las' ofensivas ante-
riores fueron la del 28 de oc-
tubre al 2 de noviembre que
hizo retroceder la ofensiva a-
liada por el nordeste de Co-
rea en direccin de las presas
del rio Yalu y la frontera de
d'*>a a la Pas h Col. S)
Muchas personas
visitaron chalet que
rifan "Los Leones"
Ya puede el pblico visitar
el Chalet que rifan los Leones
Pro Colonias Infantiles, ubica-
do en la urbanizacin de Kl
Cangrejo. Flechas y letreros a-
proplados han sido colocados
para conveniencia del pblico.
Este chalet constituye el pri-
mer premio del Gran Sorteo
Popular que se jugar el do-
' mingo 18 de Marzo (slo fal-
I tan dos semanas) y en el cual
j los Leones ofrecen 1.2000 pre-
i mos ms para los afortunado*
| ganaddros del segundo, tercer
i premios y de aproximaciones.
Esta rifa, ha sido un xito
y se le ruega a los vendedor*
que todava tengan algn bo-
leto libre se sirvan devolverlo
sin falta a la Tesorera de la
Rifa, en el Bazar Internacio-
nal, antes del da sbado 10
del presente, a fin de pods
atender los pedidos de la capi-
tal y del Interior.


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MARIO INDirENOIINTI
HANMODIO ARIA*. DmiCTOR
OITADO PO* LA
CDITORA PANAMA AMCMICA, . A.
TtLtPONO 1-0740 (CtNTRAL PaiVAOA > APARTADO POiTAL NO. 114
IN BUB TALLK.M* SITUADOS IN ESTA CIUDAD. CALL! H. NO. 17
LA POLTICA FRENTE A LOS NEGOCIOS
ifis innecesario hacer presente que las activi-
dades polticas de los funcionarios del Estado, as
romo las de los particulares, deben desarrollarse
con la mira de no entorpecer los negocios que con-
tribuyen a mantener o ensanchar la economa na-
cional. Aunque nadie niega que esto debe ser as
y que todos los panameos abrigamos el ms ve-
hemente deseo de cooperar en ese sentido, lo cierto,
certsimo, es que con frecuencia surgen incidentes
de orden poltico que producen efectos altamente
perjudiciales.
Este problema, que evidentemente tiene desas-
trosas repercusiones para la vida nacional, depen-
de en gran parte de nuestra idiosincrasia, de nues-
tro temperamento o de nuestra educacin. Casi to-
das las campaas polticas aqu se desarrollan con
mucha anticipacin, as que por largo tiempo se
atrae la atencin del pblico. Adems, durante to-
do el curso de la contienda se llevan a cabo inusi-
tadas explosiones verbales o escritas de resenti-
mientos o de imputaciones que producen alarma o
inquietud en un sector apreciadle de los habitan-
tes.
En los ltimos aos se ha presentado una com-
plicacin adicional que hace el problema mucho ms
grave: Es la aprensin que se causa en la comunidad
al pensar que las fuerzas armadas, directa o indi-
rectamente, 'intervengan acaso en asuntos de ca-
rcter poltico o electoral. Es probable o posible
que no haya razn alguna para ese "temor. Pero,
sea ello como fuere, la intranquilidad parece exis-
tir. Conviene a la colectividad, incluso a la propia
polica, desvanecer toda sombra de duda al respec-
to. Y ello no ha de ser difcil. Los altos intereses
del pas y el prestigio mismo de la institucin lla-
mada a mantener el orden pblico as lo reclaman,
sin que ello en modo alguno envuelva desdoro o
renunciamiento.
La otra cuestin que se refiere a las ruidosas
convulsiones internas o externas de las agrupacio-
>nes o de los partidos polticos es de ms difcil so-
lucin. El mal tiene hondas raigambres que estn
[.entrelazadas con nuestro atraso econmico y con
nuestra falta de desarrollo educativo. En una co-
munidad que no ha contado con recursos adecua-
dos para atender a sus necesidades y que no ha sa-
bido preparar a la niez y a la juventud para ob-
tener esos recursos, es natural que haya elemen-
tos que vean en la gestin poltica el medio ms
asequible para alcanzarlos.
Es evidente que las actividades polticas son
convenientes y necesarias en toda democracia. La
inconformidad, la oposicin y la protesta bien en-
caminadas producen saludables efectos. Pero en la
mayora de los casos resultan contraproducentes
las manifestaciones o demostraciones constantes,
I exageradas y casi siempre acrimoniosas, que pare-
*te*an envolver hondsimas e insalvables divisiones
en la familia panamea.
A manera de ilustracin pinsese por un mo-
mento que hay actualmente inscritos cinco partidos
polticos y que estn tomando medidas para su Ins-
cripcin por lo menos cuatro ms. I.a lucha por ese
lado se hace intenssima, adems de las desavenen-
cias'de carcter interno que existen o puedan exis-
tir dentro de cada agrupacin y las que se pre-
senten en el seno mismo del gobierno.
Salta a la vista que se trata de una situacin
que individualmente todos deploramos por la reper-
cusin que tiene en nuestro desarrollo cultural y
econmico.
PUEDE CURAffS LA EPILEPSIA?,
iBttMliepiletsu' Solo saWmos out mayora dt lo cato Ett nutvo M <
i. ._ ...i. .... ..,.,.. fir< > on. dm it datertb* en Itntuti* sencillo *( i
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
por
K.V.
EL CUADRO TRGICO
Por RINCN
COSAS DE CINEMATGRAFO;
Orson Welles, el artista nor-
teamericano, uno de los cere- i
bros ms Inquietos del arte ci-
nematogrfico, como actor, co-,
mo realizador, como elemento
esencial en ese mundo nuevo,
ha hecho en Madrid unas de-1
claraclones agresivas con t r a
Hollywood. Cabr tomar esas
declaraciones por un rasgo de
su personalidad, nunca confor- i
me. Pero hay algo ms. V ese i
algo ms merce un anlisis.
Refirindose a Hollywood, la
Meca de la pantalla, ha dicho!
Orson Welles que all se mata I
la Inspiracin, se mata la crea-
cin, se mata al artista. Y la i
ratn que da es que slo se
piensa en lo comercial.
YO le dlria a Orson Welles que I
cmo cabe prescindir de lo co-
merclal en un negocio. Le a-
adlria que precisamente por-
que los negocios del cinemat-
grafo estn enfocados comer-
clalmente l tiene dinero y pue-
de pasearse por Europa y de-
clarar todo lo que se le antoja.
Alaba a los pblicos france-
ses. "En Francia se puede de-
cir todo porque se comprende
todo y se eleva todo." Me pa-
rece que en Francia no se ha-
brn entusiasmado con la ver-
sin de 'Macbeth" de Orson
Welles, y la razn que se me
ocurre es la de que los fran-
ceses son ponderados y... com-
prenden.
ez, la juventud y todo aquel' estn vivos y ellos estn di-
ouc desee estudiar en sus ratos puestos a Ir (41 es preciso) a
de ocio, ya que en La Chorrera los Tribunales de Justicia a
no hay donde la juventud pue- rendir declaracin cuando el
da distraerse, y nosotros (Com- Comit los llame, y para mayor
(Pasa a la Pgina 5, Col. 3)
CANAS
t pro-Mejoras de La Chorrera)
tratamos de apartarlos del vicio'
y del mal camino. Pero desgra-
ciadamente en La Chorrera,
cuando hay un grupo que trata
de hacer bien a la comunidad,
sale algn "VVO" que por des- i Tatela con aate remedir, cun, Mill 7
gracia no es ni chorrerano a b;'.: V c.,rl "'1 d**.,u!" u?a cu*
fnlnrwwr la hitara* iihnrac charada dt fllecrim. 8 ceaeradae de B.
entorpeser las Dueas UDores. |Rum (o ,IM t, coionin) y una miu* a*
a Comptalo dt Barbo. Compre eetoe 1n-
Aun por este medio queremos srediente en u botica, mtieaiea en dm
decirle al Sr. Pedro Lpez que bottii y oai** p*r* unir u mm. *-
el personal que trabaj en el; ;S"d." tarto?" "" **' "*'
tantas veces citado Saln Social _______^________
Maestro: Lo veo muy necro!
Es que se lo estoy "trabajando" con tinta "china".
Sin embargo, el gran pblico
conoce a los galanes de las ac-
trices de Hollywood: ellos le
invitan a acudir a los salones
de pelculas.
Las mquinas de los france-
S1^d?' ^nte Xd de his 8M 80n lanas: sin duda, los
s operadores sftperan a los nor-
teamericanos. Se quedan en el
comentario de unos cuantos.
No hace muchos das presen-
sl yo "La Cartuja de Parma",
pelcula francesa. A m la no-
vela stendhallana me seduce.
Pero... Qu pobremente esta-
cn casi la
declaraciones de Orson Welles.
Y me aburre el cinematgrafo
de Hollywood, sus directores, sus
productores, si bien admiro a
sus actores v a sus actrices.
Ahora bien... Por qu las
pelculas de Hollywood tienen
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que ae nos dirijan, lire tpicos de inters central.
que nausean demasiado extensa.
As era antes!
Ahora todo el mundo
viaja en los modernos
aviones de
LACSA!
B/. 35 oo
Solamente
ida y regreso
a Costa Rica
SALIDAS DE TOCUMEN: LUNES Y JUEVES 1:3 A.M.
Para mayores informes:
AGENCIAS DE LACSA
Avenida Tvoli No. I
Telfono: 2-M65
Agente* de viajes autoritadoi
*l
La Chorrera, 25 de Feb. 19*1. i Pro-Saln Social", pero que ya
Seor Director: nace aos expir y que sola-1
El Comit Pro-Mejoras de La mente se encuentran presentes
asTranceTs Je Milan*' ba '"'< la >*licula! Dura'
las irancesas. que las italianas. miaran iBr ins
que las espaolas?
Me figuro que porque la pro-
paganda est mejor hecha. Los
nombres de los artistas de Ho-
llywood se conocen en el mun-
do entero. Orson Welles lo com -
probar en su caso singular. Las
pelculas francesas lanzan a
una Mlchele Morgan, ponga-
mos por estrella. Pero... A
cuntas ms? A muy pocas. Y
dmonos cuenta de la cnti-
cas! sin que se puedan leer los
letreros, con unos trozos que,
parecan en tinieblas. No: en
Hollywood jams se permiten)
esos desastres.
Pensemos en el podero del
di ero; no justifiquemos las p-
Chorrera le agradecera le diera
cabida en su muy ledo peridi-
co a este comunicado.
Dificultades del Comit Pre
Mejoras de La Chorrera
dos miembros de ese comit y
que responden a los nombres
de ese Comit y que responden a
ios nombres de Joaqun Barra
y Pedro Lpez.
Nosotros los del Comit cree-
mos que esa Personera Jurdi-
ca es de la Sociedad, no del edi-
El Comit Pro-Mejoras de La
Chorrera en su afn de conse- 'icio, puesto que ellos no tienen
cuir las mejoras de nuestro ttulos de propiedad y mucho
pueblo ha Iniciado la campaa menos pagan Impuesto de ln-
sirias pelculas de Hollywood.! e terminar un saln que lleva muebles al Municipio. Por otra
Tampoco nos refugiemos en las, DOr nombre "Saln Social" y parte podemos informarle que
pobres pelculas de los otros. ~ue fu construido a base de fu el pueblo de La Chorrera,
Alo que hay que aspirar es; cooperacin del pueblo con ma- que por sus propios esfuerzos
a que Hollywood haga mejores (eriales y obreros, quienes no >o el Saln Social aunado a
I dad de estrellas que descubre i pelculas que las que hace con I cobraron sus salarios por tra- la ayuda dada por el Municipio,
Hollywood cada ao. Espaa! sus medios prodigiosos. Otra I tarse de una cooperacin, y hoy 1"e dio para la construccin
presenta alguna pelcula de pri- aspiracin es la de que se es- que el Comit trata de termi-:"* la antes mencionada obra
mera calidad... Quin conoce coja bien a los directores y es- nar dicho local para que all B-i<*>.oo (cien balboas) de los
a sus actrices? Italia hace otro: tos directores no Imaginen que' funcione la Biblioteca Pblica 'aies nay constancia en las ac-!
tanto... Rosellinl ha necesita- | los pblicos tienen una men- de este Distrito, ya que no cuen '
talidad inferior. Si Hollywood ta con un local adecuado y dl-
hlclera buenas pelculas, se a- cho saln se encuentra en el
costumbraria a ellas el espec- ms completo abandono, sale
tador. No las hace y se pierde al frente el. Sr. Pedro Lpez
el gusto. Incluso la' aficin, i i San teo V'ir-'TBrohibtr que el
Esta es la verdad. En ora Comit llev a fell termino esa: ^ 4no/!tros rEer'
do dar el escndalo con Ingrld
, Bergman, actriz de Hollywood,
I para alcanzar la mxima po-
I pularidad. Esto es indudable.
Esa maquinarla de Hollywood
cabe calificaa de perfecta en
dad.
asunto de
arla e
ropfR;
la postre es un aspecto comer-
cial. Y que cuesta muchsimo
dinero
anda, aque a i ocasin hablar de un articulo j obra, alegando que el Saln So- j pJeto esa obra f instalay
Seor Director, nuestro fer-
vientes deseos es de que el Mu-
nicipio de La Chorrera reclame
o que a l le pertenece, para
por com-.
en ella I
Vuele por la KLM a
MADRID
PC* LA UTA DEL SUR CON LOS LUJOSOS 0C-*
DESO CURAZAO
Disfruta d*l viajar por fl aira con lujo y confort ... i
Inmejorabl* irvicio KLM. Disponibilidad do dormitorio
medlanta un paquaflo racargo an al pataja.
ara ** Irfmrmm etraa ai
0YD BROTHERS, 3" L" ST.,
PANAMA. Tai. i/iata
f atdat fat Afawclat dt rlar rtaatt*
f
il
U HJWBU LIMA AJHA tm MUNSO
~~Hjnoan IK Itlt
publicado por un cineasta es- cial pertenece a una sociedad ,
paol, amigo mo, oue conoce. particular de la cual Torma su B16J10t a" e Pra la nl-
bien el negocio y a pesar de' parte y que la misma tiene
Ni los franceses, ni los lta- I ello considero que se equivoca. Personera Jurdica,
llanos, ni los espaoles, pueden ] Porque Hollywood se equivoca Seor Director, es cierto que
gastarse ese dinero que Holly- pero, dado su podero, vence a ellos formaban un Comit el
wood se gasta para lograr lm- la equivocacin. cual llev por nombre "Comit
poner una actriz. O un Orson
Welles.
La batalla contra el cinema-
tgrafo norteamericano es muy
difcil. Los millones se llevan
los triunfos. Los millones son
los que proporcionan los otros
millones.
Yo he visto esa pelcula "Sin-
fona Pastoral", con el argu-
mento basado en la novela de
Andr Oide. Es un prodigio de
ejecucin. Mlchele Morgan se
muestra artista magnifica. Los
dems actores tambin... Pe-
ro... Quin recuerda los nom-
bres de los otros actores, de
las dems actrices? Muy pocos
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
LICITACIN PARA LA CONSTRUCCIN DE UN
EDIFICIO
Hasta las 11:00 a.m. del da 28 de Marzo se recibirn
propuestas para la construccin de un edificio destinado a
Talleres, Garage. Almacenes y Dormitorios de Empleados
en la Ciudad Universitaria, de acuerdo con los planos y
especificaciones que se entregarn, mediante un depsito
de B/ 5000, en el Despacho del Director de Construcciones
en los das y horas hbiles.
DIRECTOR DE CONSTRUCCIONES.
Panam, 24 de Febrero de 1951.
GUIA de HOTELES
r.rf.. atrat fcatrat
m arifaf a tat >? ferina-
aoaricoaat r "" "aaaa
H'umI di
en los
ESTADOS UNIDOS
la fcnitoant oerdialmanr a le-
(citar da le raipacfivoi arfmiaii-
l-jdiril n/ormai mo dtlol/odoi
para ar.duor iui rnwrvotionn.
NCW YCHMC CITY. MiW YOWC
t mi aralt qua aeuifue a ricos y po-
tra*, (/andas y humildes. Julio Csar,
(tapalaon y Byren, padcian La epilepsia
siempre ha interesado a los hombres
da ciencia y al tin produieron un reme
di* qua alma los sntomas en la $>"
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dio se describe en lenruere s*ncillo e|
un folleto titulado: "PiMd* Carars
la Epilepsia'" Este libre se *trec*
intu lamente a todo epilptico. H maun
enfermo de epilepsia debe demorar ea
solicitar un eiemplar.
HOTEL ROBERT FULTON; * w,'>
St luitr tr.ntullo di uebltnlt l.mlltar
CtntmlBitntt ublctdo Cutrtot utpllot. aa-
f prTtaaa, kluhtnmtt. M ** un ptritnt.
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li.. ,t*.!ao. nM. ne-V Du>^ tpnaal
cttto 8r Mi.rl.no Porlool C.bltftIIr
rvi.TOMOrn. Ttl TR 3-umo uc. con
hataja cwtta. Tut Flaa. >*
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HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
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rfti t la aaccionw tttrl y eompr.j
la* b.DlltcloBM con bao privado, radio.
.tu. oorrltnu balada, IRVIDOK Praclo
dttdt &.. 7 NO tatral' Eraplaadoi dr
bab.. uparlo! It ttndtr.n ptrtonalaitnit
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, su w. ti
ai ttre d TI Sur Conrtoltnl
para Uara tamlaam. urnport. dlr-
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ciuinu Attnid eanUo dt eompra
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THE St'TTON HOTEI. taaiui M.
rare dt la Macloota Unid Tranoullo.
Bodtrno. Cotln taotPmt. rdlo. wlttMIca
ir tor.dic-.onado PUKln BTaU. Sttirlllo
datdt D8I3 St Apio ** !' **
ola ttnan.laa anatualtt. MTMelala
haba apUal cl -Sultoaoltl .
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, a 8i Br ar. t ti earudn dt ma Saaart. ai
pina lta* huta***: taikiniu atraed-
re Cuarto aiodtrnot y altar, oon ba-
to i ducha nartleuinr. r*la *Ttli 1
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atnrillas dead USI3 30. doblta d'tdt
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ttl aa inodnn ar, 1 dlttrlU dt Tima
Stuart Todo urto con bao turna.
rad.o. Stnclllo dtadt II SO Doom I
ir itw taarlaa par rtatrraciona
Itlltto. apanlth Amurcan Dtpt.
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VIERNES, MARZO ?. 1951
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Crece la conviccin de que los rusos
no se atrevern a atacar el Occidente
Pero los lderes polticos
intensifican sus esfuerzos
para acelerar el rearme
El nombramiento del General Eisenhower
levant la decada moral europea
Racionan energa elctrica
en Caracas debido a daos
causados por inundaciones
lor LIONEL SHAPIRO
(N.A.N.A.)
PARI8, Marzo 2. (EPSK-E1
gran debate'' que se lleva a
cabo en los Estados Unidos a-
cerca del envo de tropas nor-
teamericanas a Europa, lejos
de desalentar a los lderes po-
lticos y militares europeos oc-
cidentales, ha tenido el efecto
de darles mayores impetus e
intensificar sus esfuerzos en
pro del rearme de us respec-
tivos pases.
Tal es la opinin de un ob-
servador autorizado, que esta
en condiciones excepcionales
FoYmencionados dirigentes. Por 11*11111911 M1ICI8 Uilfl
razones obvias, su nombre no
puede ser citado aqu, pero po-
demos afirmar que se trata de
una persona perfectamente ca-
pacitada para expresar una opi-
nin en la materia de que tra-
tamos.
Elsenhower es probablemente el | energa elctrica en esta capi-
nico norteamericano cuyojta]( debido a quu las lluvias y
prestigio es tan grande en Eu-I ja3 inundaciones daaron la
CARACAS, Marzo 2 (UP)Las se calcula que las prdidas ma-
autorldades venezolanas orde-; eriales ascienden a veinte mi-
naron el racionamiento de la; Iones de bolvares.
Eisenhower espera contar con la
ayuda de Espaa y de Yugoeslavia
WASHINGTON, Marzo a. -------- i de lo que conviene hacer.
Al considerar la defensa deiC.% nMusute Anular Esas sugestiones consideran
Europa contra la amenaza so- ^C UlUjCCMl Cllwlfll I varias posibilidades. SI Ruma-
vietica, surge naturalmente !a na y Bulgaria atacan a Yu-
cuestln de si el ejrcito occ-L.m... !AMe goeslavia. se har una cosa;
di llaS aHICriCalldS si son los rusos los que ata-
dental que comandar el ge-
can directamente, otra. SI Tito
toma represalias invadiendo
rOpa como en los Estados Uni-
dos.
La revolucin operada en el
pensamiento de los europeos
occidentales puede quiz ser re-
sumida asi: mentras hace tres
meses se admita abiertamente
que los rusos podan llegar has-
ta el Canal de la Mancha en
cuestin de semanas, hoy se
tiene la conviccin de que no
se atrevern ya a intentarlo si-
quiera.
campaa pro fondo
para la Cruz Roja
8u punto de vista puede ser
resumido asi:
Antes de que el general Elsen-
hower fuera nombrado coman-
dante supremo de las poten-
cias occidentales en Europa, la
voluntad de defender a Euro-
pa occidental contra el comu-
nismo y. contra Rusia estaba
tan decada que casi puede de-
cirse que no existia. Las na-
ciones afectadas vean de un
lado la amenaza del podero
sovitico, del otro una politics
norteamericana vaga e indeci-
sa. Pero cuando Eisenhower a-
cept el cargo de comandante
supremo se oper un notorio
cambio. Debido a su enorme
prestigio personal como un sm-
bolo viviente de la victoria oc-
cidental, su designacin repre-
senta la primera esperanza de
que la defensa de Europa es
realizable.
Central Elctrica de Arrecifes.
Hasta ahora de acuerdo con
informes recibidos, ha habido
Durante el da de ayer conti-
nuaron las lluvias en el litoral
y otras reglones del pas. Se en-
contraron ayer dos cadveres en
Cata Lmar, y en Arrecife, ele-
vndose a doce por lo menos el
por lo menos doce muertos a numero de personas muertas
consecuencia de las inundado-, Las autoridades sanitarias si-
nes y las prdidas materiales uuen tomando medidas para evl-
son muy elevadas. tar que surjan epidemias. Se
Noticias de Maracaibo dicen inform que hasta ahora se ha
oue en la zona de Santa Barba- aplicado ms de diez mil vacu-
ra. del Estado de Zulla, muchas as en las zonas afectadas, es-
personas quedaron sin hogar, y peclalmente en la poblacin de
neral Eisenhower, deoe tener
alguna ciase de cooperacin, ACAC IftC naiCAC
con el ejercito yugoeslavo del O C5U5 (Iva psllaCS
mariscal Tito. Es muy proba-1
ble que Eisenhower deseara ~"~ ., -
establecer tal colaboracin de Stalin como Franco lo fue curso de accin.
I de Hitler y Mussolini. Tito es Es dudoso que la opinin p-
No es ningn secreto que el, todava comunista, pero no un
general norteamericano se sen- stallnista a las ordenes de
liria Igualmente muy compla- Mosc.
cldo, desde el punto de vista Es sabido que los satlites
rusos se han reforzado consi-
derablemente, en particular
Rumania v Bulgaria, las vecl-
; as de Tito.
Por supuesto, en ambos ca- Est0 causa gran preocupa-
sos hay que considerar facto-1 clon en yugoeslavia, aunque
res polticos e ideolgicos, y ?1 muchos expertos creen que to-
general Eisenhower, que es un: davia no ha negado la hora
gran estadista ademas de un en que Rusla est dispuesta a
notable caudillo militar, se da hgce\ una guerra _dlrecta o
bllca norteamericana apoyara
actualmente el envo de tropas
norteamericanas a Yugoesla
via; pero si estara de acuer-
do en que se le enven armas.
; El mismo Tito ha indicado que
no est demasiado ansioso de
.una ayuda que podra provo-
car a los rusos.
NOCHE
L* noche te par oVieanoar f no ftn 1st
Tintarte a hacer aguas. La incontinencia m
la orma, el orinar a iotas y el ardor en el
rano indican rftonei dbil. Aai

rpidamente Albania, que es dolor de paida, mturu maUoi y
lo iiilona'i Aa Duela in I lobiot hinchado. Pira combatir ulot deaal
IE. .... * fle RUMa en/'| rejloa recomendamoa laa Pildoraa do Beeko
Adritico, hay que tomar otro .,. i jm-ae / jin. Coctela*
I puramente militar, de contar
i con el ejrcito de Franco a su
lado.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 2. -
(US1S). El Presidente Tru-
man, el secretarlo de Defensa
George C. Marshall y otras per-
sonalidades prominentes han
iniciado la campaa para re-
caudar ochenta y cinco millo-
nes de dlares mediante con-
tribuciones voluntarias para la
Cruz Roja Americana.
iS meta de este ao supe-
ra en -diez y ocho millones a
la de la campaa del ao pa-
sado debido a que se ha ex-
pandido el programa para ;a
ayuda a pases extranjeros asi
como para las necesidades na-
cionales.
El Presidente Truman, al ha-
blar a travs de una red de
radio y televisin desde la Ca-
sa Blanca, dijo:
'La accin voluntarla de !a
gente que cree en una causa
comn sigue siendo la fuerza
grande del mundo. Es
Sin embargo, todava exista mueblo mas efectiva ,u
la sospecha, de que Eisenhower
hubiera sido puesto como una
especie fle carnada para alen-
tar el rearme europeo, en tan-
to que la pojtlca norteamerica-
na consideraba a Europa occi-
dental como perdida en caso
de un ataque sovitico.
Luego vino'"el gran debate."
Su vehemencia ha obligado a
los dirigentes norteamericanos
a discutir pblicamente deta-
lles de sus planes para la de-
fensa de Europa occidental. El
desfile de generales, almiran-
tes y secretarlos de estado y
de defensa norteamericanos an-
te las comisiones parlamenta-
rlas ha impresionado a los pue-
blos europeos como ninguna
otra cosa pudiera haberlo he-
cho. Para muchos dirigentes
europeos, el esfuerzo norteame-
ricano a favor de Europa no
representaba otra cosa que una
declaracin de intencin. Ha si-
do, por lo tanto, una grata sor-
presa para ellos ver. por los
debates parlamentarios, que ya
se han hecho planes para ha-
cer de esa defensa una reali-
dad, y que el nombramiento de
Eisenhower no era una simple
maniobra para Inducir a los
europeos a actuar, sino el pri-
mer paso en un vasto progra-
ma norteamericano para apo-
yar a Europa occidental.
La revelacin de estos planes
y la presencia de Elsenhower
para completarlos y unificar los
esfuerzos de las naciones que
integran la alianza atlntica
han impresionado grandemente
a los europeos occidentales. Y
como resultado de ello, se no-
ta un nuevo espritu, una de-
cisin que no existan hace tres
meses.
Adems, la presencia del ge-
neral Elsenhower es aceptada
como una garanta de que el
resultado del gran debate norte-
ame r i can o ser favorable;
cualquier forma de tirana o
despotismo.
"Si nosotros, como nacin,
nos mantenemos unidos en ese
espritu de libertad, estoy segu-
ro de que venceremos la crisis
que confronta el mundo libre,
y creo que podremos llevar al
mundo ms cerca de la paz
que todos los hombres desean"
El General Marshall, la se-
orita Margaret Truman, hija
del Presidente, y estrellas dei
teatro, el cine y la radio, ha-
blaron en una gigantesca reu-
nin que tuvo lugar en el Ma-
dison Square Garden en Nue-
va York.
La Cruz Roja Americana es
uno. de los 88 grupos de la Li-
ga de Sociedades de l Cruz
Roja Desde la terminacin de
la segunda guerra mundial es-
ta institucin ha contribuido
con $27.817,353 a obras de so-
corro con motivo de diversos
desastres.
ANTONIOS
INNOVACIN
ESTA EXHIBIENDO
BRASSIERES
illaiaen form
Tamaos 32 al 42.
desde ..... ------1-50
BRASSIERES sin
HOMBRERAS .
BRASSIERES NYLON
en rota blanco ...
2.50
2.85
PETICOTES CON ENCAJES
de Nylon en Rosa y Blanco
Tamao 32 al 40...... 3.45
MEDIOS PETICOTES,
desde .............. 1.19
PANTIES MOJUD
0.85
3 x 2.40
ZAPATILLAS
DANIEL GREEN
En distintos estilos
Tamao 4 al 7
6.50
^0r
NUEVAS CAMISAS POLO
En bellos colores ............ Desde 2.I9
SLACKS Y PEDAL PUSHERS
En todo tamao ............ Desde 3.5
VEA NUESTRAS VIDRIERAS Y NO OLVIDE
QUE OFRECEMOS
CALIDADES DE ANTONIO'S *
A PRECIOS DE INNOVACIN
cuenta perfectamente de esto.
Sin embargo, en una ria
uno no se detiene a pregun-
tarle al hombre que le est
indirectamente contra Tito
Pero de todos modos, existe
el problema de lo que deba
hacerse si la Unin Sovitica
ayudando a defenderse sus o-10 sus titerea 8 lanzan contra
pintones polticas, y el general Tito.
Eisenhower se da tambljn bue-
na cuenta de esto.
El mariscal Montgomery gus-
ta de hacer a sus amigos una
observacin acerca de la con-
veniencia de tener a Espaa
como aliada en el Pacto del
Atlntico: "Espaa llene me-
dio milln de hombres terri-
bles en su ejrcito; eso es pre-
cisamente lo que deseamos."
Tito tiene todava ms. Est
al otro extremo en lo poltico,
habiendo sido una vez aliado
Cuando los comunistas desa-
taron la guerra en Corea los
Estados Unidos no tenan una
poltica preparada y hubieron
apresuradas conferencias en're
el presidente Truman y tos
dirigentes militares y diplo-
mticos para adoptar un pro-
grama, cuando ya se hablan
desatado las hostilidades.
Pero ahora es conveniente
tener por lo menos una idea
de lo que deba hacerse si llega
el caso de una agresin rusa
contra Yugoeslavia. Se sabe
que ya se est formulando una
. poltica al respecto. El serv -
-Macuto donde el acueducto fu cl0 de informacin militar ha
destruido por las inundaciones. I suministrado al consejo Naclo-
El racionamiento interdlarlo nai de seguridad, presidido
de electricidad en Caracas co- por el propio Truman, los da-
menz a ponerse en vigor ano- tos referentes a la situacin
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.AGINA CCATRO
fe Panama AwntirA oiARio nn>Er.wi>iroriT
Dcima
Dcima dedicada y recitada
por su autor a los esposos Ca-
rrizo Villarreal en sus bodas de
oro, embradas en Oc el dia 17
del mes de lebrero pasado.
Con Jbilo que rebosa
honestidad y decoro
celebran las bodas de oro
esta pareja dichosa.
_ I
Del actual siglo al comienzo
y de febrero un buen da
Maximino y su Maria
se juran amor inmenso,
asi con ardor intenso
y una fe vigorosa.
ella tierna como rosa
y l como un roble de fuerte
se trazan u propia suelte
con Jbilo que rebosa.
- II
Asi se inici seores
en Oc este dulce hogar
en el que no hubo de faltar
las penas y los dolores.
La. guerra con sus horrores
hizo del llanto un coro,
pero no sufri deadoro
esta tan feliz pareja
fue para la historia deja
onestidad y decoro. \
ni
Como bendicin del cielo
los hijos no se tardaron
y pronto recompensaron
a sus padres los desvelos,
pues es su mayor anhelo
que sea su hogar timbre sonoro
y para ello yo imploro
del Divino Dios sus favores
ho yque sus progenitores
celebran las bodas de oro
- IV -
Por sus adornos morales
es un ejemplo de hogar
el que deben de imitar
todos mis connacionales,
para asi poder legarles
a la ms remota choza
una trayectoria honrosa
y un porvenir honrado
como asi lo ha demostrado
esta pareja dichosa.
Luis E. Quintero Q.
ESCUELA DE CHAME.Van muy adelantados los trabajos de
construccin de la nueva escuela de Chame, de estructura de
hormign armado, techo de hierro acanalado, con 12 aulas,-
biblioteca y direccin. Ocupa una rea de 1,120 metros
cuadrado*.
En la Chorrera esperan que
se nombre un Mdico Oficial
Se proponen llegar
a pie hasta David
tres jvenes scouts
Ayer partieron para el Inte-
rior tres jvenes 'boy scouts"
quienes se proponen llegar a
pie hasta David. Provincia de
Chiriqui. Ellos son Rodolfo Oli-
vares. Julio Rovl ihijo) y Azael
Villalobos (hijoi, todos de la
tropa No. 1 de Panam.
Piensan estar en David antes
del 20 de Marzo y regresarn
en AbrU.
Como quiera que estos mu-
chachos no estn respaldados
por ninguna casa comercial, es-
jperan que los pueblos donde
liarn escala les ayuden en lo
ms posible. -j^
Interesados en propagar en
Escultismo, ha incluido en ellos
el ampliar sus conocimientos y
conocer ms nuestra vida tipl-
ea.
Olivares de 16 aos y Vilialobs
de 15 aos que cursan estudios
en el Artes y Oficios y Rovl de
18, en el Instituto Nacional, son
los primeros scouts de Panam
en hacer una Jira de esta natu-
raleza.
Fue absuelto de un
homicidoi el joven
Celestino Prez
El Jurado, en vista reciente
celebrada en el Tribunal Su-
perior, absolvi al joven Celes-
tino Prez, acusado de haber
dado muerte de una cuchillada
1 anciano Santiago Miranda y
con un machete haber ampu-
tado la mano derecha a Jos
Mara Gonzalez M. y haber cor-
tado a la Srta. Camila Rodri-
guez, durante la fiesta de San
Juan, en el Casero de Cerro-
Caballo, Jurisdiccin del Dis-
trito de Tole, Provincia de Chi-
riqui.
El representante de la Vin-
y dicta Pblica. Lie. Jos Maria
Vaquez Diaz, fund su larga
acusacin en el testimonio de
Jorge Sianca. Sebastiana Gue-
rra, Rafael Rodriguez. Manuel
[/ Jos Salinas, Vicencio Gonz-
lez y Pedro Gonzlez, en el pe-
ritaje hecho por el Dr. Justi-
nian! y por el Dr. Grimaldo.
mdico forense de esta capi-
tal.
La defensa del sindicado la
llev el Licenciado Nelson Ba-
rragn.
LA CHORRERA. Marzo 2o.
(Por Corresponsal)Hacindo-
nos eco del clamor general he-
mos sealado en ocasiones re-
petidas por medio de estas mis-
mas columnas la necesidad de
la presencia y estabilidad de un
Mdico Oficial que alivie slqule- i
ra las dolencias fsicas en esta
comunidad; y decimos tambin, I
sin pecar de exagerados, que
hasta las instituciones cvicas i
de la localidad han encarecido
pblicamente del Ministerio de1
Previsin Social el restableci-
miento de este facultativo que
protega con la debida oportu-
nidad la salud de los pueblos
.situados a este lado del Canal.
Sin embargo, penoso es decirlo,
pero es lo cierto que, a pesar
de haberse sealado los motivos
y la urgencia de este servicio
pblico; a pesar del cantado in-
ters de la seora Ministro de
Previsin Social de preocuparse
por la salud y bienestar de los
pueblos, de remediar en pri-
mer trmino las enfermedades
que diezman las energas y la
vida misma de estas comunida-
des, nada na hecho hasta la fe-
cha pretextando que el gobierno
no tiene dineros.
Y tal pretexto parece estar en
lo cierto; porque, en lo que a la
Nueva directiva de
Sociedad Balboea
ha sido escogida
Toma posesin hoy la nueva
Directiva que regir los desti-
nos de la Sociedad Balboea de
Beneficios Mutuos.
Los nuevos dignatarios son:
Sebastin Torres. Presidente.
Dionisio Barsallo. Vice-Presi-
dente.
Juan de J. Alzp, Secretarlo
de Actas.
Aazael Barsallo, Secretario de
Actas.
Marcelino Robles, Sub-Secre-
tario.
Felipe Rodrguez, Fiscal.
EUgchio Linares, Tesorero y
Alejandro Snchez, Sub-Te-
sorero.
Se suplica a todos los socios
puntual asistencia.
Tiende a agravarse el problema
del Paso del Rey en Aguadulce
VIERNES, MARZO 2. 151
NORMAS
'Loa Cafreapvuues deberte
ceirse uu tais desapasiona-
das oumsi period 1st Ia Uebei
enviar al periodic loa asunta
j noticias ms interesantes aui
afecten a la comunidad En ab-
soluto te trata de ana ooorta-
nldad par hacer determinada*
camnaha politieas
Cuadrilla del Ingenio Santa
Rosa coloca postes cerca
sin atender a pacto acordado
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Unidad Sanitaria de esta ciudad
se refiere, somos testigos de que
no se encuentran en esa Insti-
tucin del Gobierno los medica-
mentos ms indispensables que
deben destinarse a la curacin
Ct las enfermedades endmicas
ooligndose a la gente pobre,
que generalmente son los ms,
a privarse de la asistencia m-
dica ya que no tienen como
comprarlos en las clnicas par-
ticulares. Y somos testigos tam-
bin de que est mal no slo
existe en La Chorrera sino has-
ta en el mismo Hospital Santo
Toms a pesar de las gruesas
.'urnas que le entren en concep-
to de subvencin por las jugo-
sas contribuciones del pueblo
con los sorteos de la Lotera de
Beneficencia; y asi palpamos
con extraeza cmo un menor
que sufri un accidente el 28 en
esta ciudad, y que fue conduci-
do al Hospital como caso de
emergencia a las 6 p.m. del ci-
tado dia, fuera regresado a su
rasa hasta el siguiente dia a pe-
sar de la distancia y de su es-
lado de gravedad.
AGUADULCE, Marzo 2. (Co-
rresponsal). Agrvase el
problema del camino del Pa^o
del Rey, jurisdiccin del Dis-
trito de Aguadulce, una cua-
drilla del Ingenio Santa Rosa
est alineando los postes de la
cerca sin importarle un bledo
el arreglo concertado por esta I
empresa y los representantes |
de los pueblos afectados el 20
del mes pasado en el despa-:
cho del Gobernador de Cocl.
Seor Don Generoso Caries. A1
requerimiento de las partes in-
teresadas asisti Don Marco i
Robles P., cx-dueo de las fin- [
cas en usufructo por "L Azu-
carera Nacional S.A." quien
manifest que haba vendido,
dos fincas a los del Valle Hen-
riquez: "La Panela" y *E1 Pa-,
so del Rey" excluyendo, como
es lgico ya que no era de l,
el camino real ubicado entre
las dos propiedades, y que asi'
consta en la escritura por l
firmada, que una franja cho-
colate (prosigui) demarca en
el plano el legendario camlm,
del "Paso del Rey" a sabien-;
das de esto, la susodicha em-1
presa ar la mencionada va!
anexndola como si fuera un
bien propio. Surge aqu el pro-'
blema, agudizndolo la cerca
de la entrada del cementerio
de El Roble por el Ingenio
Santa Rosa, y se intentan so-
luciones amistosas. Correspon-
dele al Gobernador de Cocl
presidir el ltimo convenio que
no es otro que el restableci-
miento de la via a un ancho
no menor de 25 metros y cuyo
final debe ser el viejo baja-
dero al ro Santa Mara de-
marcado por un corpulento r-
bol de Guachapali, y la liber-
tad absoluta de la entrada del
cementerio. Sorpresa nos ha
causado el rompimiento de la
seriedad de tal ajuste por par-
te de la administracin de
Santa Rosa, mxime cuando
est de por medio hecho (ia-
nlble, la demolicin de una vid
pblica y median factores pre-
visibles, por el tacto de un
buen empresario. Aguardamos
tranquilos, el derecho est de
nuestra parte, el encauzamlen-
to y solucin de esta cuestin
de conformidad con las nor-
mas que regulan la materia,
los caminos distritorlales, co-
mo el presente. exlgn una an-
chura de i\o menos 25 metros,
Cdigo Administrativo, Articu-
lo 1651.
Pgina a cargo de
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
CORRESPONSALES
OARIEN
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Pro-candidatura de
Bexie Rodrguez
hubo una fiesta
CHITRE, Marzo lo. (Corres-
ponsal'. Anoche efectuse
magnifica fiesta en el Club Chi-
tre Pro Candidatura Srta. Bexie
Rodrguez al Reinado de Azue-
ro. Reina gran entusiasmo en-
tre la juventud chitreana y es-
peran llevarla al triunfo. La
simptica y gentil candldata
estuvo rodeada de un gran n-
mero de simpatizadores demos-
trando de esta manera que el
pueblo de Chitr unir sus fuer-
zas para qu ela Srta. Rodrguez
sea la futura "Reina de Azue-
ro."
El Agro-Pecuario de Santiago
logra mantener los precios
de la sal y del arroz all
Se vende de modo favorable a los consumidores gra-
cias a gestiones de la Gerencia
CITACIN
Se cita por este medio a la
Federacin de Universitarios ca-
! tlicos y todos sus miembros
a una secin regular que ten-
I dr verificativo maana do-
mingo a las 10:00 a.m. en el
I colegio de La Salle.
A LOS CORRESPONSALES
Se ruega a nuestros corresponsales ser
breves en sus informaciones, pues debido al
poco espacio con que contamos nos ser im-
posible insertar sus noticias a tiempo.
SANTIAGO. Man 2. (Co-
rresponsal. Muy a pesar
del acaparamiento condenable
del arroz por el comerciante
extranjero y a las fuertes llu-
vias que han perjudicado
grandemente las salinas ile
nuestro pas, el Banco Agro-
pecuario de Veraguas gracias
a gestiones realizadas por !>
gerencia, est vendiendo esto'
productos a un precio favora-
ble para el consumidor que
hasta ayer era vctima de lo
comerciantes inescrupulosos.
Segn informes obtenidos
por el Gerente Sr. Aristides
Urea, el arroz que hasta ayer
estaba a B.11.27 el quintal, hoy
lo estn vendiende el molino
d arroz a B.9.90 nueve noven-
ta; y la sal que estaba a un
precio de B.5.00 cinco balboa
se est colocando en el pbli-
co a B.2.25 dos balboas vein-
ticinco. Para evitar la especu-
lacin de parte de particula-
res el Banco no vender ms
de 2 sacos de sal y se vigilar
para que el comerciante com-
prador no venda al pblico a
ms de cinco centavos la libra.
El molino estuvo vendiendo es-
te producto hasta las 12 p.m.
del dia de ayer a pesar de ser
feriado con el nico propsito
de aliviar esta gran necesidad.
HORIZONTALES:
1Punto cardinal.
4Del verbo tarar.
Yunque de plateros.
12Bmplee.
13Demente.
14 Desembocadura de un ro
en el mar.
15Ensimismado, abstrado.
18Aversin.
19 Elemento electroltico.
20Planta textil.
22Separacin, Pl.
28Preposicin inseparable.
30Extremidades de ciertos
animales.
31Cabeza de ganado.
32 Nueva, Inv.
33Extremidades de las aves.
34Planta gramnea.
33De color de rosa, Pl.
37Engordas un animal. v.
38Del verbo rer, Inv,
39Brote, surja.
40Lnea geomtrica.
48Adverbio de lugar.
47Color de caballos.
48Circulo o redondel.
49Gorra militar.
50Cetceos de los mares de
norte.
51Cloruro de sodio.
VERTICALES:
1Igual al 1 Horizontal.
2Del verbo usar.
3Dars una recompensa.
4 Personaje de la pera
"Los payasos."
5Parte de un crculo.
6Del verbo raer.
7Agrupacin Tcnica
Nacional. Inc.
8Arboles americanos.
9Del verbo transcribir.
10Espacio de tiempo, Inv.
11 Lablrnago.
18Del verbo odiar.
17Desmenuza con los dientes.
20Pelar al rape.
21Del verbo arrear.
22Batracios.
23 Dios griego del amor.
24 Pabelln de los odos.
25Desabridos.
27Pedazo de madera.
30Que est encariado con la
madre.
34Lista de comidas.
36Piadosa. Inv.
37Ladrones, familiarmente.
39Depsito natural de
minerales.
40Dos cosas iguales.
41Repeticin de sonido.
42Apcope de norte.
43Dactilgrafa, Abv.
44Piedra de sacrificios.
45Lista o catlogo.
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EDICTO EMFLAZATORIO 1
El micrlto, Jan" Sfgun'" il Cirrnlt
dr Paaaate. vr aitdie drfc o, al adelitu en Itntra:.
ItACB SABER:
Qut ti abogado Juta B. Corvara, ea
tu carcter de aeedtredo judicial del
oarlor Jot* Angrl Contort, ha eeet'n-
lado con ftcea 20 do noviembre ltimo*
tolieltad de litlo constitutivo de de-
minio tobr* la balandra que ae detert-
be a continuacin:
"Nombre: Edilraa Mara. Domicilio!
Cmalo Viouci. Chiman. Servicio a ue
ae dedica: earga y vaaajeroa. DIMEN-
SIONES PRINCIPALES: Longitud: 2.
7: Anchura 10. 1: Altera: I. 1. La si*
donde fue tonttruidt: Gonzalo Veojuex,
Chiman. Valor Catattral: gnu Bt. Nombre
del ilueiio: Jone ngel Ongora.''
Por tanto, para notificar a lot In tere-
eadoa te fija el pretente adicto en lugar
Titible de la Secretarle del Tribunal, boy
diciembre cinco df mil noveclentoa cia-
cuenta. por nn trmino de treinta dita
| y copiaa del mlamo te tienen a dtepoa
licin de la parte interesada t>a:a eu ct
! rreapondiente publicacin legal.
Kl Juet.
(Frfo.1 JORGE A. RODRIGUEZ R
(Fdo.) EDUARDO FERGUSON M.
S,rretaiio.;
Et fiel copla de tn rlginal.
Panama, diciembre i de le*0.
Descubrimiento Glandular
Que Restaura El Vigor
Loa que padecen de perdida del Ti- dulara y emplea a producir nuevo
.- n.r.-in>M.a .ypM ri*Mi v mi vitnr t ntrala rpidamente, de ma-
gor. nervloeldad. cuerpo dbil y n
eatAn prematuramente envejecido* y
dea
not
igaatadoa, recibirn con alearla la
lulcia de un nutro deacubrlmlento
Elandular, hecho por un mdico amer-
arlo.
Con eate nuevo deacubrlmlento ee
posible reetaurar rpida y fcilmente
el visor de aua glndula* y da au cuer-
po y hacer que en corto tiempo ae
atenta usted como un hombre nuevo.
Bn efecto, eate nuevo descubrimiento
3ue ea una medicina casera ei. forma
e tabletas agradable* y frilea de lo-
mar, pone fin a la* onaracionee glan-
empleaa a producir nuevo
vigor f energa rpidamente, de ma-
nera natural.
El xito de eate deacubrlmlento sor-
prndenle llamarlo Varko ha Ido tan
Erando en lo* Estados Unidos, que
oy ae vende aqu en todaa laa far-
macias y botica*. En otraa palahras,
Varka har que uated ae sienta lleno
de vigor y energa, y afloe ms Joven.
Un frasco de 41 Varko especiales, de
aaga ea fueras dobla, cu**-
Varko **"
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NUEVA EXPLOSION DE PRECIOS BAJOS
EN EL 81
EL MAS GRANDE SURTIDO DE VVERES ESTA POR EL SUELO
AVENA hoy 23<
HAMACAS a 4.48
MANZANAS
frescas y grandes a 2xl5
BACALAO a 33*
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JABN SAPOLIO
a 13*
HABICHUELAS
en la a 13*
PARA VERANEO
catre* de campaa
a 5.99
PASTA DE TOMATE
(Matina)
a 20*
SARDINAS
en aceite y en tomate a 10*
PANTALONES
Pedal Puseher a 1.99
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
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Informes para cata seccin se reciben en la
i\eaaccin Social
del PANAMA AMERICA
Telefsae 1-31M
HORAS: t:M a lt:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Se logra evitar una huelga de
un milln de ferrocarrileros
Barbacoa _
El seor A. Mir y safiora
Gladys M. de Mir ofrecen es-
ta noche una barbacoa en su
residencia, para agasajar a la
seorita Judith Mir, 'iulen
procedente de Urna, se en-
cuentra pasando varios das en
Panam.
Despedid de soltera
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Rosa Pal-
mer, un grupo de sus amigan
la agasajaron ayer con un t
en la residencia de la seorita
Lilla Ramos.
Cambio de residencia
S. E. el Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seor Csar Coloma Sil-
va, ha trasladado su residen-
cia al hotel El Panam, en
donde se pone a las qdenes de
sus amistades.
Participaciones de matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio de la se-
orita Graciela Brld, hija del
seor Demetrio Brid y seora
Maria Teresa Dutary de Brid
y el caballero Mariano Ga>-
teazoro, hijo de doa Rita vda.
de Gasteazoro, que se verifi-
car el da 8 de marzo a las
6 de la urde en la iglesia de
Cristo Rey.
De Cost Rica
Saludamos al Dr. Erasmo de
la Guardia y seora Marta G.
d de la Guardia, quienes lle-
garon ayer de San Jos.
Del Interior
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en Chlriqu se en-
cuentra de nuevo en la capi-
tal el Ing. Norberto Navarro.
Lo saludamos.
Graciela Arlas de Araz. quien
sigui ayer para los Estados
Unidos.
De Venezuela
Saludamos al Lie. Roberto
Alemn, quien regres de Ca-
racas por la via area.
Dlos Estados L'ndos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a la seorita
Raquel Lefevre Chiarl, quien
lleg en das pasados de los
Estados Unidos.
Para el Interior
Grato paseo le deseamos a
la seora Rosarlo F. de Wat-
son, quien acompaada de sus
nios sigui para Los Bohos,
en donde pasar una tempora-
da husped del seor Luis Ma-
nuel Hernndez y seora Ceci-
lia L. de Hernndez.
rio. Pronta mejora le desea-
mos.
Cumpleaos de hoy:
Seora Elvira Z. de Arias,
seorita Cecilia Vallarlno Qui-
Jano, sftor Ricardo Aurelio
Mir.
Cumpleaos de maana:
Seora Mara L. de Clement,
seorita Mara Dutary Alba,
seor Federico Humbert, seor
Ramn Valds G nia Marieta
Ester Nicosia Vives, nio Juan
Ramn Vallarlno Lpez.
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Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos cordlalmente a!
nio Joaqun Araz, hijo del
seor oJaqun Araz y seora
Para Colon
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital,
huspedes de la seorita Elsa
Pacheco, regresaron ayer a Co-
ln el seor Donaciona Young
y seora. Los despedimos.
De vacaciones
Salieron esta maana por la
va area para los Estados U-
nidos, Cuba y Jamaica en uso
de vacaciones el seor Fran-
cisco Caldas y la joven seora
Clara Aldrete de Caldas. Buen
viaje y grata estada le desea-
mos a .los vacacionlstas.
Despedida
para despedir al Sr. Bernar-
do Montes de Oca de San Jo-
s, Costa Rica, la seora Katie
de Spano le otrecl anoche
una comida en el Hotel El Pa
nam, a la cual asistieron el
seor George Bernard y Sra.,
de la ciudad de David, el Sr.
William B. Lloyd y Sra. de
Diablo Heights.
Matrimonios
Felicitamos de manera muy
cordial a Thelma Vlllarreal U
y Gastn Villalz c. quienes
de manera privada contrajeron
matrimonio el mircoles de es-
ta semana.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa
ra el seor Napolen F. Lasso
y seora Graciela P. de Lasso,
por el feliz arribo de un va-
ronclto, ocurrido en el hospi-
tal Santo Toms.
Maana unirn sus destinos
matrimoniales, los distinguidos
jvenes Blgica Castro U., y ei
caballero Jorge Espnales. De-
sernosle muchas felicidades un
su nueva vida y una eterna
luna de miel.
Presentan plan
de ayuda agrcola
a las Americas
WASHINGTON, Mar. 2 (USIS)
Un proyecto para el desarro-
llo y mejoramiento de la agri-
cultura y la vida rural en las
repblicas americanas ser pre-
sentado al Consejo Econmico
y Social Interamerlcano de la
Organizacin de los Estados
Americanos el 8 de marzo para
su aprobacin final, segn ha
expresado un vocero de la OEA.
Clarence M. Pierce, secreta-
rio ejecutivo del Comit de
Asistencia Tcnica de la OEA,
describi el proyecto en una
entrevista aqu, antes de su sa-
lida hacia Costa Rica. En ese
pas discutir sobre este pro-
yecto con los directores del Ins-
tituto Interamerlcano de Cien-
cias Agrcola, y posiblemente
con funcionarios del Gobierno
costarricense.
Pierce dijo que si el Comit
de Asistencia Tcnica de la
OEA considera que este proyec-
to es de la mayor Importan-
cia; forman parte del Comit
delegado de Bolivia, Brasil, Cos-
ta Rica, Mxico, Nicaragua,
Uruguay y los Estados Unidos.
Se le concedi un
aumento de doce
centavos por hora
WASHINGTON, Marzo 2 (UPI
Las negociaciones con quince
uniones no operantes de ferro-
Viajero
Blgica no se cree
atada al convenio
BRUSELAS, (Urgente) Marzo
2 (UP). El Ministro de. Rela-
ciones Exteriores de blgica,
Paul Van Zeeland. indic que
Blgica no se considerar asi
misma atada al Tratado del
Atlntico del Norte si uno de
sus signatorios decide comenzar
una guerra preventiva.
carril y los ferrocarriles llega-
ron a un aeuerdo sobre el au-
mento de doce centavos y me-
dio por hora para un milln
de empleado, de acuerdo con
un vocero de la Unin.
El aumento s retroactiva al
lo. de febrero. El acuerdo tuvo
lugar alrededor de las siete de
1 amaana en la Casa Blanca
con el asistente presidencial,
John R. Steelmans, despus de
iniciarse ayer a las ocho de la
noche.
Un vocero dijo que los nego-
ciadores se estn preparando
para un acuerdo inicial. Dijo
que el acuerdo provee para el
costo de la vda, lo que signi-
fica que puede haber un pr-
ximo aumento de cinco centa-
vos por hora para el prximo
primero de abril.
NUESTRO ESPECTACULAR
BARATILLO
contina!
Precios Fantsticos.
Calidad de Artculos Jams Superada.
Variedad de Marcas y Artculo*.
Vtf
anovo
Ave. Central 115
Abierto hasta Us 9 p.m.
Enferma
Sufre quebrautos de salu.-"
en el Hospital panam la se-
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r
Para conservarse fresca y elegante durare el da
Kmplee la Colonia Lotus para el cutis y el cabello,
n el bao y en la Topa. Emplee la a menudo y
la conservar fresca durante todo el da,
rodendola de uua aureola de delicada fragancia.
RDLEY^w (oofne>
i (Colsnii Lotus)
H*y trae Colonia Yardley, incluyendo un eon el
delicado perfume Bond Street.
TARDLIY
St OLD BOND STREET
LONDRES
Por la va area parti ayer en
la maana rumbo a Guatema-
la a continuar sus estudios se-
cundarlos, el Joven guarareo.
Dlonis V. de Vega V. Por tal
motivo hacemos votos para que
Dlonis deje en alto el nom-
bre de Panam y sea digno
representante de nosotros que
con orgullo lo vimos partir.
Tratan de obstruir
los chinos emisora
de Estados Unidos
BROOKLYN, N. Y., MarzO 2
(USIS). Los intentos de los
, comunistas chinos por obstruir
1 las radioemislones de La Voz
I de los Estados Unidos hacia
China indican que el programa
de informacin de este pas
est dando en el blanco, se-
gn expresa el Secretario de
Estado Auxiliar Edward W. Ba-
rrett.
El Secretarlo de Estado Auxi-
liar para los Asuntos Pblicos,
al hablar es un almuerzo que
tuvo lugar aqui, inform que
se estn haciendo grandes es-
fuerzos para evitar que La Voz
de los Estados Unidos llegue a
China."
Dijo Barrett que los esfuer-
i zos de interferencia de los co-
j munlstas han logrado xito por
| el momento en partes del sur
de China *en lo que afecta a
i nuestros programas trasmiti-
dos desde Manila.
Ha muerto la seora
AMELIA GARCIA
(q. e. p. j
El sepelio se efectuar esta tarde a las 5 en la Santa
Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
Sus hijos Carlos A. Garca y Sra.. Alejandro L. Wont
y seora Leonor Garcga de Wong, Invitan por este medio
a todas sus amistades a este acto piadoso.
Panam, Mario 2, 1951
Acabamos de recibir
Gran variedad de CARTERAS
en todos los colores
y en blanco
a 175
LA CREACIN
"Articulo* de Calidad a Precios Razonables"
Avenida Central 67 ,
SIMMONS
UNA MARCA INSUPERABLE!
COLCHONES DE CINCO CALIDADES
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
prueba mencionaremos los nom-
bres de unos del os seores que
contribuyeron con la mano de
obra a saber: Julin Ortega S.,
Pedro Agulrrc, Facundo Alvarez
Andrs Alvarez, Jos Rodrguez
Luis Muoz, Lenidas Fernn-
dez. Leopoldo Urea (padre),
Emilio Lpez, Octavio Snchez
y otros ms.
Nos suscribimos sus atentos y
Seguros Servidores,
Victor Lara D.
Presidente.
Carmen O. Agulrre B.
Secretaria.
Jos S. Agullar
Secretarlo de Propaganda
r
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Una Tez
que Enamora..
Suave como el
Woodbury
Ande Ud. siempre bella ...
sienpre lista. El idilio de
una vid* llega cuando me-
nos se espera. D a u cutis
esa bellexa seductora que
imparte el Jabn Wood-
bury. Bellesa que invita al
anaor y las caricias. El Jabn Facial Wood-
bury, hecho por especialistas en el cuidado
de la piel, contiene un ingrediente de cre-
ma de bellesa. Es extra suave. No quema ni
irrita la tes mis delicada. Su nuevo y bsjo
precio lo hsce econmico sun psra el bao.
Mantenga Ud. sn piel vibrante de belleaa
asando a diario Woodbury, para ls tes y
el cuerpo.
TARA UN CUTO QfE INVITA LAS CARICIAS
Frtese la piel con espuma Woodbury usando
los dedos o un toslliu. Enjuagese primero
con agua caliente y luego frs. Note que ter-
ss, fresca y limpia queda su tes!
I. EXTRA FINO JABN WOODBURY NO QUEMA LA
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S. A. Apartado 322 Panam
Comprpfd.T/isn
Lea en este nmero los reportajes d palpitante inters
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Amrica Latina tiene la solucin?
Visin publica un articulo de suma importancia sobre Us nuevss posibilidades
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cana Vea en Visin cmo Argentina y Brasil aumentan su industria nacional del
acero, para hacer frente a la posible crisis mundial.
"ARENA MORTAL"
Implacable arma de destruccin!
La "Arena Mortal" es un arma de guerra nuera y horrible peor ue la bomba
atmica' Vea en Visin el sensacional reportaje sobre "Arena Mortal este
ltimo descubrimiento cientfico que arrasa la vida dejando Intactos seropuertos,
ciudades, fbricas... Quin puede producir "Arena Mortal"?
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Es Molotov una amenasa mundial o es simplemente un hombre de paja del
politbur? Vea en Visin un sensacional informe del sertcio de contra-espionaje
britnico sobre Molotov, el probable sucesor de Stalin!
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PAGINA SF1*
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES. MARZO INI
*EL AVISO OPORTUNO*
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
ti VINDIN:Clava*, rabana nafra.
acara acanalada, Fir-Tai Icartaa
aiileaac ara cala raiaii raaaa-
rai, lavamonai. aacataaat. ate. a
raa precia mi* bajat an plata.
AGENCIAS GLCIALIS. Vla *>
a. Ilatasufa a Juan Franca. Tal.
I-150
__________________a.----------------------------
SE VENDE: Incubodoro alctrica.
Tal. 3-0255.
SE VENDE Gabinete de dot tem-
peraturas, un gabinete de helados,
una vidriero de 4 pies. Refrescos
Gril. Colla "Q" No. I.__________
SE VENDE:34 cabezos de aonado:
Vacos, novillos. toretes, etc.
En, Punta 8.60.00. Cerca de lo
ciudad. Informes: Calle 29 Este
No. II l Exposicin; de 7 a 8 p.
m.
SE VENDE:Mercanca de calidad o
precios de ganga en al baratillo de
Vilonovo que comenzar el 2 de
Marzo. Acuda temprano o Vilono-
vo. Ave. Central 115.
SE VENDE.Adquiera sus tiquete;
de la Rita de Los Leones, por Sis-
temo de Club en La Caso del Pan-
taln. Si no se lo gana pagando B.
1.00 semanal duronte Doce Semo-
as tambin se la entregara su ti-
quete.
SE VENDE:Bolanzo "Howe" 1.000
libras capacidad y vidrieros mos-
trador. Farmacia Internacional. 12
Oeste No. 57. Tal. 2-2899.____
SE VENDE: GANGA! Tronsmisor
radiooficionodo. 250 watts UN
813 Final PAR 811 modulador,
excelente condicin. Telfonos 2-
0214 y 3-3374. Panomi.
MISCETa4EA~
f. SROUWIRPintor da casal, con-
rriristo. eonselos tcnico!, goroo-
tio por jn ao. presupuestos qrotls.
Taj. 2-1276
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Coso de
campo en Chorrera (El Cocol Tel.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Cntrico y acreditado
negocio, por no poder administrar-
se. Pora informes escriba al Sr.
Kuylen. Aportado 1828, San Jo-
s, Costa Rica.
SE VENDE: Negocio productivo en
lugar cntrico y comercial por no
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisariato Pana-
mi, Calle 21 da Enero No. 6.
En Campo Alegre, centro de lo ciu-
dod, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frente de 20 mts. hacia al
norte. Precio: B.8.50 m2. Wolff
y Co. Ltd., Calle 5a. No. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
QUIEN QUIRE COMODIDAD Y EX-
PANSION A MNIMO PRECIO?
Ofrecemos en Calle 9a., Parque
Lefeyrc. chalet de 2 recamaros, 2
baos, solo y comedor,. cuarto de
empleada, 2 terrazas y buena pis-
cina. Lote de 525 Mtj. Precio para
venta rpida, B. 11,000.00. Faci-
lidades de pago. Wolff y Cia. Ltda.
Calle 5a. No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Sin intermediario, cha-
let manipostera, 2 aportomentos,
2 recmaras, Tel., gas. garage poro
3 carros, precio razonoble. facilida-
des pogo. derecho hipoteco, infor-
mes Parque Lefevre. Tel. 3-2163
2-0577. Mndez.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de aguacate. De venta
en las farmocias y en los buenos
almacenes.
Hocemos uniformes y camisas de co-
legiles, Ponemos moterioles bajo
arreglo especial. Precios y plazos
mdicos. Colle 7a. hocia Meln-
dez 7034, bajos. Telfono 1255-
J, Coln.
La Universidad de
Wolfschoon Guerini.
Facaltad de Derecho y Ciencia
Poltica
_ 1er. Puesto,d Honor: Rafael
A. Gonzlez flrSeaftfo Ricardo J.
Alfa.ro'. ,
3o. Puesto d Honor: Carlos
Peres Castrelln.
Licenciado* en Derecho y
Ciencias Polticas
Jos Sotero AriRulo. Alfredo P.
Barrera. Waldo Castillo, Rafael
A. Gonzlez. Abelardo Antonio
Herrera. Aristteles Malo. Car-
los Prez Castrelln, Jos Mara
Snchez B.
Facultad de Filosofa, Letra
j Educacin
ler. Puesto de Honor: Elsie
Alvarado de Rlcord.
2o. Puesto de Honor: Sydia
Candanedo de Ziga.
Profesores de Segunda Ense-
anza con Especialixacin
en Espaol
Odllia Benavides. Eduardo Be-
nitez, Daysie Cecilia Castrelln.
Augusto Chanis C, Pablo Pini-
lla Ch.. Maria Ramos de Regs.
Elsie Alvarado de Ricord, Luz-
mila Ins. Vargas, Sydia Can-
danedo de Ziga.
Profesores de Segunda Ensean-
aa con Especialixacin en
Educacin Fsica
Ida Raquel Martin, Alejan-
dro Tapia R
Profesores de Segunda Ensean-
xa con Especialixacin en
Geografa e Historia
Diamantina Carrera. Santia-
go Colorado H Berta Alicia Co-
rro, Elsa Elena de la Rosa. Mol-
ts Pasta Moreno, Matilde G-
mez C. Ernesto Martnez Al-
varez. Juan I. Mejia, Aliky Pla-
ftiotyz.
of esores de Segunda Ensean-
za con Especialixacin en
Ingls
Lucille Lewis, Hazel Surgeon,
Sebastin Vega Mndez.
Profesores de Segunda Ensean-
xa con Especialixacin en
Pedagoga
Rosa Raquel R. de Caries Ma-
tilde M. de Del Busto. Dora Ra-
quel Daz de Haengel, Matilde
V. de Madrid. Emilia V. de
Minbiole. Marina orn A., Ni-
dia T. Rangel. Maria de la Paz
Urrlola. Gabriela L. de vsquez.
Alicia Visuetti.
Profesores de Segunda Ensean-
xa ron Eapecializacin en
Ciencias Econmicas
Jos del C. Castro. Jorge A.
Chorres. Federico Levy Jr., Mau-
rilio Torregrosa.
Licenciadas en Biblioternnomia
Olivia V. de Fierro, Ins Ma-
SE ALQUILA
Casa
SE ALQUILA:Chalet con dos raci-
maros y cuarto servicio situado en
Vio Belisorio Porras. Paro informes
llame al telefone 3-1332.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:O cambio refrigeradora
Westinghouse. 60 ciclos. 2 oos
de uso. 55 Ibrs. congelador, so-
bretodo de rata almizclera. Cocoli
507-B.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Camin Ford, 1947 de
2 I -2 toneladas, volquete. Prube-
lo y se convencer da su buen asta-
do. Vendo baratsimo. Arosemena,
talleres SAS, Via Porras..
SE VENDECrosley Sedan, 1947 de-
rechos pagados, B.350.00. Casa
No. 23, Apto. 4. Calis 50. Bella
Vista.
SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladas
1948, perfectas condiciones. Lla-
me al Saln Mario de Pueblo Nue-
vo. Tel. 3-1513.
SE VENDE-x-Otdsmobile "88", sedan
4 puertas, hydra mi ico, radio, pin-
tado contra oxido, 5623-D, Heck-
ar Ploce, Diablo. 4 6 p. m. Tel.
2-1889.
SE VENDE:Gongo! Chevrolet 1949
convertible, con radio, se puede
financier, para informes veo o
Frank Alemn, Smoot y Paredes o
llama al telfono No. 2-0600.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos pora hom-
bres solos en lo Ave. Central 209,
Len de Oro.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
con luz; entrado independiente.
Tel. 2-1237. dirigirse: Avenido B
No. 29. ULTIMO PISO.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado pa-
ro hombre solo, de buenas costum-
bres, responsable. Calle 6a. No.
19, ltimo piso.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado, luz,
entrada independiente. Grande,
fresco. Tel. 2-1237. Dirigirse A-
venido B No. 29, ltimo piso.
SE VENDE:Juego de sala bamb.
Filipino, I 1 piezas, seis hileras de
bomb. Calle 6o. No. 2131-A.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA.SEBO FRITO (Derre-
tido) de primera calidad a 8.0.15
la libra neta, en cualquier can-
tidad de Panam. Se advierte que
se rechazar todo sebo de proce-
dencia extronjera o todo sebo ne-
conal que haya sido mezclado con
v*bo extranjero. CIA PANAMEA
DI ACEITES. S. A.. Carrerera del
'Aeropuerto. Tel. 3-1371.
sTcOsMPRA:COPRA de produc-
cin nacional exclusivamente, en
cualquier cantidad a B. 250.00
lo tonelada de 2,000 lbs. netos bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesodo en
nuestra planto de la ciudad da Pa-
nam. CIA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Apartodo 1910,
Panam, R. P. Tel. 3-1371.
SE DESEA
Familia Conodiense necesita chalet
con 4 recmaras, jardn y garage
en Bello Vista, altos del Golf, ere
Tel. 3-2492.
SE DESEA: ' Alquilar apartamento
con garage, en Bella Vista, no te-
nemos hi|Os, especificor precio y
convidad de cuartos, escribir Sr. A.
A. A. Apdo. 134, Panam. R. de P.
ra Herrera.
Licenciado en Filosofa
y Letras
Rodrigo Mir.
Facultad de Ingeniera
y Arquitectura
ler. Puesto de Honor: Richard
Holzer.
Licenciados en Arquitectura
Jorge Castillo, Richard Holzer
Licenciados en Ingeniera
Civil
Manuel A. Alvarado. Gilberto
de Arco, Domingo Llzuain. Jor-
ge Alberto Lor, Prudencio O.
Martiz. Manuel Quintero Ro-
drguez.
Miembro* del Capitulo de Honor
Sigma Lambda
Jernimo Averza. Encldes Ba-
rrera. Augusto Chanis, Ella Fer-
guson de Ferrer. Rafael A. Gon-
zalez. Richard Holzer. Marina
Morn A., Carlos Prez Castre-
lln, Elvira Pombo. Elsie Alva-
rado de Ricord, Sydia Candane-
do de Ziga.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto o seftoro o
seorita sola, en cosa familia ho-
norable. Poro informes dirigirse a
Colle 7o. No. II. de los 12 en
adelante. ,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblado pa-
ra persona soltero, pora informes
dirjase a calle Estudiante No. 73
apartamento No. 5.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos refrigera-
cin, carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes calle H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
5E ALQUILAN:Cuartos con mue-
bles para caballeros, B.20.00 y B.
25.00. Entrada independiente.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Porque
Lefevre, casa 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con balcn,
amoblado, refrigeradora, cocina si
la quieren, matrimonio responsa-
ble o persona solo. Calle 9a. No.
12, ltimo piso No. 4.
S ALQUILA:CuortOs poro hom-
bres solos, solicire informacin ol
reltono 3-2755. Calle 46 No. 2.
Ponom.
SE NECESITA
General
BUENA OPORTUNIDAD! Paro joven
de bueno presencia y que hayo
cursado estudies secundarios. De-
be hablar ingls y espaol. Bazar
Americano, Central 25.
SE NECESITAN Alternadoras y
una cajera. Buen sueldo. Infrme-
se en Colle Cortos A. Mendoza,
No. 65. Club Zomby.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y colla 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Elegante apartamen-
to uno sola recmaa, servicio,
porch y eocinito. Informes perso-
nalmente en el Mercado Modelo.
Avenida Justo Arosemeno y Calle
29 Este, no lime por telfono.
SI ALQUILA r
Apartamento de dos recmaras, lti-
mo piso, esquina a Via Espaa, en
el edificio "Castilla del Oro" fren-
te al Hotel El Panam.
ROBfRTO MIRO 2-2375 y 2-1215
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento inde-
pendiente, alto, 2 dormitorios, sa-
la, comedor, cocina y servicio, B
50.00, en Son Francisco de la Co-
lera. Informes Teotro Edn y Ca-
lle Carrasquilla No. 61. Miguel
Mozzeo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento de dos
rec/maros, sala, comedor, pi;o ci-
to con balcn. B.75.00. 'Calle 48
No. 23, Apto. No. I.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento moder-
no, sala, comedor, dos recmoros,
ros servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41, telfono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA:Recmara completa-
mente amueblado, cocina, luz, gas.
Tiene frente calle. Calle 45 No.
19.
SE ALQUILA:Moderno apartamen-
to de dos recmaras en piso alto,
/con azotea, preciosa vista ol mor.
Calle 48 No. 11. Informes tel-
fono 3-1897.
SE ALQUILA: Primer alto de la
casa 103 de la Ave. Central, pro-
pio paro oficina o soln de reunio-
nes, precio muy convenienre, in-
formes plonta baja.
SE ALQUILA:Pio 'entrada inde-
pendiente, No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en ca-
lle 2a. No. 18. B.65.00. Referen-
ce en la mismo casa.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
- te que duermo en coso. Avenida
Primera de la Carrasquilla. No. 55.
Entrando por el Teatro Edn en
la Avenida Belisario Porros.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Calle 52
Esre No. 10, apartomento 6, Bella
Vista.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios generales de casa, que sepa
cocinar, preferible jamaicana. Re-
ferences. Tel. 1337, Coln.
SE NECESITA:Empleada comee-
rente pora cuidar niites, Urbani-
zacin Campo Alegre. Avenida
Manuel Ycaza No. 18.
SE NECESITA:Mujer joven, hon-
rado y responsable para oficios do-
msticos. Debe dormir en el em-
pleo. Informorin Ave. 4 de Julio
No. 19.
SE NECESITAN:Butacas ala teatro
ejue seen de segunda mano, de na-
dere e cualquier aera clase. Llamo
Sr. Martines, Panam-Amrica.
Tal. 2-0740.
Compaa Norteamericana necesita
seorita con educacin secunda-
ria, conocimientos de contabilidad,
ingls y mecanografa necesarios,
roquigrofia preferentemente. Es-
cribir al apartado 1071. Ponom,
enviando fotografa tamao pasa-
porte, edad, educacin. califica-
ciones y sueldo esperado.
Compaa Norteamericana mundiol-
mente conocida necesita dos j-
venes con educacin secundaria
pora oprender trabajo de mec.ii-
co especiolizado. con brillante por-
venir. Escribir al oportado 1071.
Panam, enviando fotografa ta-
mao pasaporte, edad, educacin
y calificaciones.
SE NECESITAN:Seoras que de-
seen compror a precios excepcio-
nales en el Gran Baratillo del Al-
macn Vilonova. que comenzor el
2 de Marzo. Vilanovo en Avenida
Central 1 15.
SE NECESITA:Seor ornercono de
mediana edod desea clases de bai-
le (privado). Escribir C. C. V.
Apdo. 93. .Coln.
ENAMELOID
efe SHiWIN-WIUIAMS
1 esmalte decorativo para mil
uso*. Para muebles para pare-
jw^rs^ l ^ desmaderaje inte-
t riorjuguetesetc.
I indsimos colore.
Basta
con una,
mano.
SE NECESITAMonicurista compe-
tente y presentable. Ocurra ol So-
ln Barbera del Teatro Central.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que duer-
mo en el empleo. Calle 30 No.
21 altos. Esquino Justo Aroseme-
no. '
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero. NO
tiene que dormir en el empleo, y
una persona para oficios domsti-
cos, que duermo en la coso. Oc-
rose Ave. Manuel Ma. Ycaza No.
26. Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Beeae cecinara can
referencias. Tiene e,ue dormir en
at emplee. Ocurre Le Pastal. Ave-
nido Central, Panem, e les 6 p.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Locol para oficino o
clnica. Ave. B No. 59 altos. Acu-
da sucursal Sylvania en mismo edi-
ficio.
SE ALQUILA:Locol para oficina,
ornbo del Teatro Centrol.
iE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficina* locles cntricos en lot
altos de Avenido Central 44 a
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacena* 5. y 1C cen-
tavos.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en co-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio paro
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial am-
plio, bien situado, propio paro ofi-
cinas. Calle Chiriqul, No. 2, Tel-
fono 2-2948 2-2739.
J
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conlormidad con lo es-
tablecido en el Cdigo de Co-
mercio aviso al pblico qu
por medio de la Escritura No.
384 de 22 de Febrero actual he
comprado al seor Luis Meza
an establecimiento de abarro-
torta y reresquera denomi-
na, ''La Moderna", situado en
la casa No. 7 de la calle Sexta
de esta ciudad.
Panam. Feb. 27 de 1951.
JUAN CHEN ROMERO.
Are. Norte -ti Tel. 2-Ml*
Calle Martin Sosa > Tel. 3-1424
Los comunistas
Manchuria, la del 27 de no-
viembre que arroj a las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas 'le
Corea del Norte y la del pri-
mero de enero que llev a los
aliados a travs del Paralelo 38
hasta Sel.
Se ha anunciado que en la
batalla area entre aviones de
construccin rusa y los norte-
americanos, costare un Mig-
15 a los comunistas y otros
cuatro fueron averiados, mien-
tras que los aviones norteame-
ricanos no sufrieron averias.
i tMi.ii o Pisrufn.
Se yerifican los
do esta verificacin sin ma-
yores dificultades en los Ba-
rrios de San Felipe. Santa Ana.
Chorrillo y Calidonia de la
ciudad de Panam, habindo-
se comeznado en el curso de
la presente semana en Bella-
vlta. Al respecto es necesario
advertir que el trabajo de ve-
rificacin es un complemento
del empadronamiento efectua-
do el 10 de Diclmbre ltimo.
Por lo tanto, rigen para su
realizacin, en toda su ampli-
tud, las disposiciones legales
contenidas en la Ley No. 21 de
1950 y en el Reglamento Ge-
neral de los mismos. Siendo es-
to asi. contina en vigencia e!
articulo 8o. de la Ley mencio-
nada que dice textualmente:
"todos los habitantes de la Re-
pblica estn obligados a pro-
porcionar con veracidad los
datos que requieren el Censo
de Poblacin y Vivienda y el
Censo Agropecuario".
En vista de lo anterior, el
Departamento de Censos de Ir.
Contralora solicita la coopera-
cin del pblico en general, en
ei sentido de que aquellas per-
sonas que sean entrevistadas
por empleados del Censo con
el objeto de verificar informa-
cin de las Boletos cooperen
en esta labor umlni;:-ando,
los datos requeridos sin oponer
dificultades a la labor censal.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
_________/_______
Agradecemos a la Oficina Me-
teorolgica su ayuda en regar
los jardines de la ciudad mien-
tras nos llegaba nuestro
embarque de
REGADERAS
Ahora que tenemos un gran
surtido de ellas, a todo precio,
que comience el verano.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-9140
CARTON PRENSADO
y COMPRIMIDO. ..
CELOTEX de Va"
y %"...
FELPA NEGRA. .
SHINGLE ROJO
y VERDE. ..
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calla 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
e La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752

Manila
n todos los tamao*.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz '
Lona para Cafres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
MOTORES BELGAS
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La Gerencia de
rechos y accione de "La Pren-
sa." Tercero, se hace constar
que "La Prensa" no ha sido
notificada que la polica o au-
toridad competente haya orde-
nado la clausura. Cuarto, pi-
de la devolucin del edificio a
sus propietarios.
En un escrito Constela, al fi-
nal, agrega que "acaba de 11c*
gar a mi conocimiento que en
el da de ayer una persona que,
se dijo comisario de polica,
acompaado de otras se pre-
sentaban como "fotgrafos ofi-
ciales" entraron al edificio, 16
recorrieron pot su interior y
tomaron numerosas fotografas.
Luego en absoluto cules otros
actos hayan cumplido esas per-
sonas y finalidades su actitud.
Tales hechos corroboran lo que
expres este escrito y a su res-
pecto dejo especialmente a sal-
vo mis responsabilidades y los
derechos que invoco."
Se inform que el correspon-
sal norteamericano Prank. Shea
y el fotgrafo britnico Leo-
nard McComb de las revistas
Time y Life, que haban sido
condenados a treinta das de
arresto por las autoridades poli-
cacas quedaron en libertad,
gracias al perdn presidencial.
Mientras Shea y McComb eran
puestos en libertad, tras casi
36 horas de interrogatorio so-
bre lo que haban visto y las
fotografas que haban tomado
el martes, cuando los trabaja-
dores de "La Prensa" trataron
de volver al trabajo, un porta-
voz de los empleados de ese dia-
rlo inform que el fotgrafo del
peridico Tefilo Gil. habla sido
condenado a 30 das de arresto.
Gil result lesionado en un ojo
durante aquellos incidentes.
Shea dijo que la polica le
confisc las fotografas toma-
das por McComb. Segn infor-
maron, la polica despus de
haberles tomado declaracin,
los conden a treinta das de
arresto, acusndolos, de Incita-
cin al desorden pblico y de
tratar de celebrar reunin ile-
gal." Poco despus de haber si-
do informados de la sentencia,
esta maana, se les dijo que
haban recibido el perdn pre-
sidencial y que quedaban en
libertad. McComb espera poder
partir hacia Montevideo maa-
na.
Los vespertinos continuaron
publicando informaciones sobre
"La Prensa", pero slo el dia-
rlo oficialista "La poca" lo
hizo en primera plana mien-
tras otros publicaban el comu-
nicado de la Federacin Grfica
Argentina.
La Federacin dijo que repu-
dia enrgicamente actos de vio-
lencia como los ocurridos y
agreg que "responsabiliza la
grave derivacin de los mismos"
a la comisin de "La Prensa",
a la que califica de falsa, inte-
grada por 17 personas acusn-
dolas de exacerbar nimo de
sus compaeros" y ser los "di-
rectos instigadores y provoca-
dores de los lamentables suce-
sos acaecidos." El comunicado
le peda a los obreros grficos
que salvaguardaran sus intere-
ses y derechos. Lo firmaba Ce-
cilio Condlttl.
"La poca" public las infor-
maciones bajo el titulo "La
Prensa" y "La Nacin" obede-
cen rdenes del capitalismo Im-
perialista que quiere recupe-
rar su dominio. No logran
que la polica Intervenga en
conflicto gremial como deseanlo
par acomplicar al gobierno
Los comunistas intentaron a-
provechar el movimiento."
"La poca" public en pri-
mera pgina un editorial titu-
lado "Mister Miller y el Baru-
llo" que se refiere a la prxi-
ma visita del Secretario de Es-
tado Adjunto norteamericano y
lo relaciona con la publicacin
de un comentarlo del peridi-
co brasileo sobre su discurso
en la Conferencia Interameri-
cana de Prensa de octubre pa-
sado. Dice que se est utilizan-
do a MUler en relacin con es-
tos acontecimientos.
El New York Herald Tribune
bajo el titulo "Fascismo Estilo
Pern", dice que las tcticas
que se estn usando contra "La
Prensa" adquieren caracteres a-
larmantes y siguen procedi-
mientos similares a los emplea-
dos en Alemania e Italia. Agre-
ga: "A quien pretenden enga-
ar con estas complicadas ma-
nipulaciones escnicas es un
DA SOCIAL
Fallecimiento
En la maana de hoy falleci
la muy estimada seora doa
Teresa A. vda. de Casis, madre
de los seores Licenciado ngel
Lpez Casis, y Flix A. Pedro y
Berta Casis, personas muy co-
nocidas y apreciadas en nues-
tra ciudad. El entierro partir
a las cuatro de la tarde de la
Iglesia de Santa Ana. Presen-
tamos a sus deudos nuestra ms
sentida voz de condolencia.
Para defenderse de
un ataque enterr
al otro un pual
La Polica Secreta Nacional ha
dado traslado al Fiscal Segundo
del Circuito, Lie. Dario Sandoval
del caso del Sr. Jos del Car-
men Domnguez, de 73 aos de
edad, y residente en la Calle
3 de Noviembre No. 34 quien en
la madrugada de ayer hiri con
una cuchilla en el estmago al
panameo de 27 aos de edad,
By ron Foreman (a) By ron Do-
vres.
Domnguez, en virtud del ata-
que, sac una navaja de su bol-
sillo, enterrndonsela a Fore-
man en el estmago El joven
Foreman se encuentra bajo ob-
servacin en la sala 9 del Hos-
pital Santo Toms a rdenes del
Fiscal 2o. del Circuito, quien es-
tablecer responsabilidades.
Aun no localizan
al estudiante
Jorge Zevallos
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Fue encontrado
un desequilibrado
que se perdi
La Polica Secreta Nacional
logr encontrar al Joven Otilio
Cceres quien se encontraba per
dldo desde hace varios das.
El joven Cceres sufre de per-
turbacin mental y de delirio
de persecusin, por lo que las
autoridades estn haciendo las
pestiones para internarlo en el
Hospital Psiquitrico de Pana-
m.
Hemos sido informado que en
las pocas horas que lleva el jo-
ven Cceres de estar detenido
en la Polica Secreta Nacional
ha sufrido dos accesos de locu-
ra, lanzando gritos e insultos.
misterio, porque aun cuando s-
lo queda un peridico con va-
lor para publicar los hechos.
"La Nacin", la mayora del
pueblo argentino tiene que es- [
tar perfectamente enterado de
lo que est pasando." Agrega
que en el entierro del obrero
argentino Roberto Nez, ass-
tieron miles de personas que
gritaban "Libertad!" Termina
diciendo que "Pern puede lm-1
pedir publicacin de un peri-
dico y perseguir a los periodis- |
tas que traten de cumplir sus
tareas, pero gracia* al valor de |
hombres que estn dispuestos i
a luchar y combatir por la 11- '
bertad, no ha podido Impedir!
que el mundo sepa lo que l
est haciendo a su pas."
En Ro de Janeiro, los tres
matutinos locales Crrelo Da
Manha, Diarlo de Noticias y
Diarlo Carioca, dedicaron su
principal editorial al caso de
"La Prensa." El Crrelo Manha
lo titula "Un caso que es de
todos nosotros" en que dice que!
se Intenta sofocar la voz de
la prensa con el terror policial, i
Dice que ya no hay ms biom-
MM y mzsearas y que la cues-
tin es clara y evidente. Dice1
que Pern tiene el poder. Jal
fuerza, los tanques y las armas i
y, ,'U Prensa" "ene su auto-
ridad moral, su tradicin se-
cular, la solidaridad de la opi-
nin pblica universal. Dijo que
el Secretarlo Miller haba sa-
ludado la prensa libre del Bra-
sil, y pregunta si lo podra ha-
cer en Argentina?
El Comercio de Lima, en edi-
torial "En Defensa de la Li-
bertad de Prensa", condena el
taque a los empleados de "La
Prensa." Dice que la "opinin
de los hombres libres de la
ciudadana democratic* no pue-
de ser engaada pues se tra-
ta de la complicidad Un es-
trecha que no ca>>e diferencia
entre quien instiga al delito
y quien lo ejecuta."
El Washington Pos dice en su
editorial "nos descubrimos ante
*' personal de "La Prensa" que
valerosa, pero ftilmente trat
de reabrir gran diario de Bue-
nos Aires
En Argentina, El Laborista.
Democracia acusan a "La Pren-
sa", mientras La Nacin dice
que el grupo agresor no perte-
neca ni al gremio periodstico,
ni grfico, ni al de vendedores
de peridicos. Dijo que ningu-
no de sus componentes fue de-
tenido y por tanto lo pudo ha-
cer impunamente. Agrega que
la "opinin pblica la conoce
y sera vano pretender tergiver-
sarla." Dice: "Queda tambin
el ejemplo simblico de que un
obrero haya cado muerto en
medio de sus compaeros por-
que deseaba ejercer tranquila-
mente el derecho d trabajar."
La Polica Secreta Nacional
todava no ha podido localizar
al joven de 16 aos de edad,
Jorge Zeballos, quien se encuen-
tra desaparecido desde el 16 a
lebrero.
fc.1 Joven Zeballos desapareci
de su casa en la calle 17 oeste
cicspucs de un regano de us
parares, y se cree que se encuen-
tra en la provincia de Chiriqui.
La Polica Secreta Wacional
ptae a todos los compaeros del
Uiao del Instituto Naciona.,,
quienes cursaban estudios con
Zeballos, y que se encuentran
residiendo o veranenado en Chi-
riqui, que apenas localicen a
Zeoallos se sirvan llamar a la
primera estacin de Polica, ya
que sus padres se encuentran
sumamente preocupados por la
suerte del menor Zeballos
t
Anciano de 77 aos
fue hallado muerto
en su residencia i
William Dally Mason, eluda- '
dao .gls ae 77 anos, u :*
encontrado esta maana muer
to en su residencia en Calla
li, nmero 37. trente al se-
guro Social. Inmediamente
apersonaron las autoridades y
realizaron las pesquizas ten-
aientes a esclarecer las causaa
del deceso.
En uno de los bolsillos del .
pantaln del seor Mason, *
contabilista de Pinturas Gene- .
ral. se encontr la suma dt "
B.31.50 y diez billetes de lote-
ra para el -domingo del nme-
ro 7888.
El medico forense intervino
en las diligencias Judiciales y
dictamin como naturales las
causas de la muerte del seor
William Daily Jtfason.
El Presidente Arias
ir a un concierto ,
de msica de E. U. I
El seor Presidente de la Re-
pblica, Dr. Arnulfo Arias, y
su distinguida esposa, doa
Ana Matilde Linares de Arias,
asistirn al concierto de msi-
ca norteamericana que tendr
lugar el lunes en el Teatro
Nacional.
El concierto, en el cua] s*
ofrecer msica moderna da
los Estados Unidos presentada
por primera vez en Panama,
estar a cargo de la Orquesta
Sinfnica Nacional bajo Ja di-
reccin del Profesor Walter
Myers.
Este acontecimiento artstico
es auspiciado conjuntamente
por el Ministterio de Educa
cin y la Embajada de los Es-
tados Unidos. El Ministerio es-
t haciendo circular las Invi-
taciones para este acto para
los miembros del Gabinete f
otros altos funcionarios y per-
sonalidades nacionales. La Em-
bajada de los Estados Unidos,
por su parte, ha invitado a
los miembros del cuerpo diplo-
mtico, funcionarios del Canal
de Panam, el Ejrcito, la Ar-
mada y la Fuerza Area de la
Zona del Canal as como i
norteamericanos prominentes
que residen en el Istmo.
Se espera que una extraor-
dinaria concurrencia presen-
ciar este concierto que cons-
tituir un significativo suceso
en el intercambio cultural en-
tre los dos pases.
Se investigar la
asociacin. i
La AIP est celebrando se-
siones en ue estudia los aran-
tos pertinentes a la organiza'
clon permanente de la asocia-
cin.
LA AIP. integrada por 409
publicaciones de este conti-
nente, pidi al Departamento
de Estado que Estados Unidos
intervenga de vez en cuando
"para mantener informado a
loa diarlos latinoamericanos da
cualquier cambio en la situa-
cin del papel".
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JOS ANTONIO CASTILLO
Su* deudos y lot empleados da "El Panam Amrica"
y "La Hora" agradecern la asistencia al sepelio
que efectuar hoy a las 5 da la tarde.
Cita: La Iglesia de Santa Ana.
Panam, t de Mano de 1981.


LriEKNE'v MARZO ?, lM
I PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!*
PAGINA SIETE
fUn sorprendente curso siguen
la relaciones diplomticas
entr Espaa y Gran Bretaa
* Renace el Espaa la campaa para
, recuperar el Pen de Gibraltar
Pr HAVNEtf THOMPSUN
MADRID, Marzo 2 (P).
Las relaciones diplomticas en-
tra Espaa, y Oran Bretaa si-
guen el mas extrao y sor-
prendente curso precisamente
en el momento en que inter-
cambian embajadores por prl-
[. mera vea en ms de cuatro
aos. Dicho con toda franque-
za es algo cimo dos novios que
se viven insultando antes de Ir
|< Contrario a las relaciones ac-
tuales con los Estados Unidos,
cuyo embajador Stanton Grlls,
lleg ya a Espaa, las relacio-
nes con Inglaterra parecen te-
ner una direccin muy distin-
ta.
|. Las relaciones anglo-hispnl-
cas lian seguido, ms o menos.
lael curso siguiente: Primero, tan
pronto como se Iniciaron las
negociaciones para designar em-
ij adores, la prensa espaola
(bajo el control del gobierno ini-
ci un ataque en gran escala
el ao pasado contra Oran
Bretaa exigiendo que le re-
gresaran a Espaa el Pen
de Gibraltar que les pertene-
ce. A pesar de que tal cam-
paa ces bien pronto, ha vuel-
to a renacer con el vespertino
?falangista "Arriba" encabezan-
do el ataque. Segundo, en una
ictitud deliberada Espaa es-
cogi primero como candidato
| a embajador para Londres, a
Fernando Jos Maria Castiella.
entonces embajador en el Pe-
r. Gastella fue un miembro
de la "Divisin A7.ul" espao-
la que pele al lado de loe a-
lemanes ; en. la Segunda Gue-
'rra Mundial, fue una figura
prominente del partido falan-
gista y que es conocido como
un antlbritnico dec 1 a r a d o.
TOasMella es, tambin, coautor
Mi libro intitulado "Reinvindi-
aclone.s de Espaa" en el cual
se pide la devolucin de Gi-
braltar a Espaa.
Por su parte. Inglaterra desa-
irob informalmente a Castle-
la y acept la designacin de
I.embajador en Londres hecha
en Primero de Rivera. Al mls-
Lno tiempo aprovech la oca-
aln para manifestar pbllca-
Ljnent,e que su actitud respecto
Espaa no ha cambiado, Tal
declaracin Incluye su desa-
probacin a la entrada de Es-
'SIEMPRE
CANSADA?
5 sienta
utd Alastra*
> sacia, sin anime para naeta?
Much (nonas ojua taaabta
M sentan asi, hn hallado alivio
lomando POSTUM rn vat dt c
cale. POSTUM tt una bebida
saludable, hecha de trigo y aero*
cereales. No contiene al calcina
ai otra drogaa nu puedan oca-
sionar nerviosidad o desvelo.
Pruebe a tomar POSTUM por so-
lo 10 di, y juzgue por los ro-
sesada*
paa al Pacto del Atlntico del
Norte, de acuerdo con recientes
manifestaciones ante los comu-
nes del subsecretario de Rela-
ciones Exteriores britnico Er-
nest Davits. Incluye tambin la
desaprobacin del rgimen de
Franco.
Da vies dijo "nosotros no que-
remos hacer nada que pueda
defraudar aquellas fuerzas den-
tro de Espaa y las fuerzas es-
paolas fuera de Espaa que
hn buscado en las democra-
cias por respaldo y que tienen
fe en la democracia."
Esta afirmacin fue hecha en
la Cmara de los Comunes el 21
de febrero, en tal forma que
muchos observadores se pre-
guntan cmo ha podido, des-
pus de todo, haber mandado
Gran Bretaa un embajador a
Espaa.
UN ROSARIO GIGANTE.Los miembros del Club de la Iglesia de la Sagrada Familia en
Cincinnati, rezan con lo que ellos consideran el mayor rosario del mundo. Las cuentas del ro-
sario estn hechas de bolas de madera compradas de material excedente del Ejrcito. El pastor.'
Reverendo Alfred Powers concibi la Idea de hacer el enorme rosarlo.
Israel tendr en
junio 1,300,000
habitantes
Por JEAN MOREAU
TEL AVIV, Marzo 2. La
poblacin Judia de Israel lle-
gar a 1.300.000 habitantes en
el prximo mes de Junio, se-
gn revel en el curso de una
conferencia de prensa el seor
Y. Shyle, director general del
ministerio de Inmigracin.
Esta cifra es dos veces ma-
yor que la de la poblacin ju-
da de este pais hace dos aos
y, medio, y da una medida de
la enorme corriente Inmigrato-
ria que na llegado desde en-
tonces a Israel, y permite for-
marse una Idea de la inmen-
sa labor y de los problema
que ha tenido que afrontar el
estado para albergar a los re-
cin Uegadls, absorbindolos en
la vida econmica del pais.
El seor Shye tambin infor-
m que las dos terceras partes
de los inmigrantes son de ori-
gen ashkenazlta.
Se espera que la inmigracin
contine a razn de 20.000 per- '
sonas por mes, procediendo es-
pecialmente del Irak, de. don- j
de ser preciso trasladar a Is- <
rael por via area cerca de
94.000 Judos antes de que ven-
?a. en mayo el plazo conced-1
do por el gobierno de dicho;
pas para la salida de los eml- !
grantes. Los judos Iraqueses;
que se han inscrito para sa-
lir del pais estn atravesando1
horrorosas dificultades. Se les
ha despojado de la ciudadana
iraquesa, vindose Impedidos de
conseguir trabajo. Se afirma
que cientos de ellos viven en
un cementerio situado en las
afueras de Tehern, ciudad a
la que han huido en espera de
que se les rescate. El trans-
porte de estos Inmigrantes se
efectuar por medio de avio-
nes, en una gigantesca empre-
sa a la que se ha dado el nom-
bre de "Operacin Ali Baba".
y que es similar a la 'Opera-
cin Alfombra Mgica" por me-
dio de la cual se llevaron a
Israel el ao pasado alrededor;
de 50.000 judos del Yemen.
Una refinera de
azcar moderna
tendr Israel
Por J. SANCHEZ VERGARA
KUEVA YORK, Marzo 2o.
Actualmente se trazan planes
para establecer en Israel la in-
dustria del azcar en diversas
etapas que abarcarn un pe-
riodo de tres o cuatro aos. Al
terminar este lapso, Israel con-
tar con plantaciones de re-
molacha azucarera y de caa
de azcar, las que se procesa-
rn ft razn de 150 toneladas
por da.
La primera etapa compren-
der la refinacin de azcar
cruda que se comprar en Sud
Amrica y Cuba, y se espera
que si las condiciones son sa-
tisfactorias, se comiencen las
operaciones de refinacin den-
tro de un ao.
La organizacin cooperativa
Israeli Hamashbir Hamerkazl.
recibir un prstamo de US$
000,000 provenientes del prs-
tamo de treinta y cinco millo-
nes de dlares concedido lti-
mamente al Estado de Israel
por el Banco de Exportacin e
Importacin de Estados Unidos,
con el objeto de que adquiera
en Estados Unidos la maquina-
rla que necesitar para el pro-
ceso de refinacin. El Banco
ha aprobado esta asignacin, y
por su parte, tai Hamashbir
Invertir una suma mayor pa-
ra crear una industria que aho-
ra no existe en nlguna parte
del Cercano Oriente, con ex-
cepcin de Egipto.
Las condiciones climticas en
los alrededores de Yavne son
similares a las del Valle Im-
perial del sur de California. En
1950 se plant remolacha azu-
carera en esta regin bajo la
supervisin del ministerio de
Agricultura, habindose usado
las primeras cosechas para la
produccin del alcohol.
Ingeniero consultores norte-
americanos ayudan en la pre-
paracin de los planos para la
fbrica que es una de las dos
nuevas actividades que piensa
iniciar la Hamashbir. Esta or-
ganizacin piensa construir una
nueva fbrica de tejidos, ade-
ms de las dos que ya posee.
Se especula sobre el carcter
del Presidente H. S. Truman
El tema se convierte en tpico
obligado de los periodistas
I
por Lee Nichols
WASHIINOTON,. Marzo 2.
(UP). Los periodistas de
Washlgton estn muy ocupa-
dos tratando de decidir si el
Presidente Harry s. Truman
es "todava el ingenioso, con-
fiado en s mismo jefe del I-
jecutlvo o s se ha vuelto Iras-
cible y ofuscado bajo la terri-
ble tensin de sus responsabi-
lidades.
Los mecangrafos han tra-
bajado sobretiempo en estos
ltimos meses desde que el Pre
mostraba humilde respecto a
su tarea y casi patticamente
ansioso por ayuda, gua y a-
mistad. No habia crticas agu-
das contra l. Pero cuando
Truman se sinti seguro de si
mismo y vio que l poda ma-
nejar todo su trabajo, y e
convirti enteramente en
raleza han tenido lugar con
Bernard M. Baruch, James P. |
Byrnes, Edward Hebert, el cri-
tico musical Paul Hume del
Washington Post, John L. i
Lewis de loa Trabajadores >le
Minas Unidos, y posible ocu-
rran otros.
Krock, a pesar de todo esto,!
insiste en que el Jefe del E-
jecutlvo, est libre de derro-
tismo, alerta v ampliamente
ledo en una inmensa variedad
de tpicos, calmoso, convenci-
do de la correccin de su po-
ltica, y sin trazas de desequi-
librio emocional. Dice Krock
que al presidente le gustan lo
artculos de Daniels y sostie-
ne que l tiene perfecto derc-
de habilidad de Truman de di-
vertirse y tomar aquellas sies-
tas refrescantes que le ayuda-
ron tanto en el pasado."
un
nuevo Harry S. Truman, se cho a ser humano y a indlg-
enfrent a todas las clrcuns- narse cuando lo desea. Krock
tancias y gan su propia lni- sostiene que no hay razn pa- i
dativa y maquinaria las elec- ra considerar que Truman se,
clones de 1948. De entonces ha "atolondrado" por el peso
para ac se ha especulado so-, de los problemas a los cuales
sitente llam a los Cuerpos bre su actitud irascible en car- tiene que hacer frente tan'oj
de Marina "un equipo de pro-1 tas. Juicios que comenzaron el en lo internacional como en lo
paganda sbelo todo" y ofre- ao pasado con su carta al domstico.
congreso acerca de la marina, ._.!.
ms recientemente al Senado I Eea"on afirma que ha ocu-,
al Comit sobre la Corporacin r,r'd un cambio en el Pre-
ci con darle un puntapi a
un critico musical mucho ms
abajo de su correa por haber
de su hija Margaret.
Ideas contrarias han expre1-
sado Arthur Krock, gerente de
la oficina de Washington y
corresponsal del New York
Times, y Drew Pearson, colum-
nlsta y comentador radial co-
nocido intemaclonalmente.
Krock afirma que los visi-
tantes a la presidencia recien-
temente dicen que han encon-
trado a Truman calmoso, se-
guro de la correccin de su
poltica, y carente de cualquier
traza de disturbios emociona-
les. Por el contrario Pearson
tambin afirmndose en vi-
sitantes a la Casa Blanca di-
jo qu Truman se ha vuelto
irritable, amargado y acre.
Cuando Truman se convirti
en Presidente, al principio, se
criticado la manera de cantar de Finanzas de Reconstruccin.; *lden*S ,v agrega que su doc-
! tor. Wallace Oraham, tambin
Otros incidentes de esta natu- "est preocupado por la falta
m^C%(A& asfos riqusimos pudines que so
pueden preparar en un santiamn...
Sa las agrega lecha,;
aa cocinan unas I minutas. | Isa as teate
Se propone que
sea feriado da
de F. D. Roosevelt
WASHINGTON. Marzo 2o.
(UBIS)El natalicio del ex-
Presldente Franklin D. Roose-
velt ser observado como da
feriado nacional en los Estados
Unidos, si el Congreso aprueba
ia proposicin que se ha pre-
sentado en ese sentido.
El Senador Herbert Lehman,
ae Nueva York, present re-
cientemente al Congreso una
resolucin por la cual se desig-
na el 30 de enero, como da fe-
riado. Esta resolucin se halla
ahora al estudio del comit Ju-
dicial del Senado.
Al presentar su proposicin,
Lehman dijo al Senado que
Roosevelt fu "grande" no s-
lo por las acciones buenas y
constructivas de su administra-
cin, sino "por todo lo que l
propugn ante los ojos del mun
do".
Lehman dijo que Roosevelt
mantuvo los ideales de la li-
bertad y la igualdad humana.
"Fu un adalid de la buena ve-
cindad, y de todos los valores
por los cuales el mundo lucha
actualmente, de todos los valo-
res que son probados hoy da
como nunca lo hatau sido an-
tea".
ynmommcu $
Irritacin constante, comtzonee, escozores. No descuida
Moa sntomas. Combata las almorranas con on medica-
mento digno de confianza : el Ungento Man Zan.
Elaborado excluaiamente para combatir ata almorranas,
proporciona alivio desde las primera aplicaciones. Calma
a i'rit-rion, desinflan, v es antisptico.
Cada tubo viene provisto da ana cnula especial me-
diante la cual el ungento ae aplica aui dificultad, llegando
a todas las partes afectadas.
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especialmente perfeccionada para con-
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tropical como la nuestra! (Inmune a la
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tropo hmedo. En todo y por todo, Lumita as la malla ideal para
cualquier uso exterior.
porque Lumite ofrece mayor resistencia a los golpes y porque no se
enmohece ni corroe. Tampoco se comba o afloja, correctamente instalada
en su marco ... y puede manejarse fcilmente.
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que todas las otras mallas, excepto la ms barata. Y se puede
dejar expuesta a los elementos todo el ate. i Ni la lluvia cons-
tante, ni el roci del agua del mar, ni el aire salobre afectan
a la malla Lumite I
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La uso para limpiar
ti cutis, como base
de polvos y para
suavizar las manos
HINDS ai liquida y
por ato limpio ma-
jor; su accin ben-
fica protege el cutis
y mantiene su ter-
sura y firmeza
juveniles.
HINDS evita el enrojecimiento
y las aspereoi d las manos,
otorgndoles suavidad y
blancura.
HINDS aplicada o
los brazos y las
piernas, protege de
las inclemencias del
tiempo, confirin-
doles admirable
tersura.
"La Crema de Miel y Almendras HINDS, enriquecida
con lanolina es realmente la crema completa.
Mi hermanita, mam y yo la usamos para el cuidado
total de nuestra belleza. Esta sola crema la utilizamos para
limpiar, suavizar y proteger la piel, sea de la cara,
las manos y ... hasta las piernas."
Por eso para limpiar el cutis antes de acostarse y
como base de polvos durante el da, conviene aplicarse
Crema de Miel y Almendras HINDS, que mantendr
la juvenil tersura del cutis, protegindola del aire, el sol
\ ... los aos.
Limpiase el cutis can Croma HINDS al atestarse
y sala tambin coma basa da parvos.
Gema, de 7rte- y a&*uMh*i
HMDS
enriquecida Ce lanolina
la crema COMPUTA f


P*NA OCHO
l PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Ciernes, marzo i, mi
Panam vs Costa Rica Juegan Esta Noche
En El Clsico Juego Del
V Campeonato De Ft
Los, ticos dispuestos a vengarse de su primera de-
rrota recibida en el torneo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
J. G. P. P.
Panam .............. 2 2 4
Costa Rica ........... 2 112
Nicaragua ..........2 0 2 0
Por IVAN KANCHA
Nuestros muchachos tratando
lirme en sus puestos y con la
rr Irada en alto tratarn de ga-
nar el partido clave de esta no-
che irente a Costa Rica, que los
lievar a la cima de is superio-
ridad en el ftbol de Centro-
umerica y con grandes probabi-
lidades de viajar a Santiago de
Chile ad lsputar el Campeona-
to de Campeones.
Ei adversarlo es duro y de
gran peligro, teniendo Idnticas
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
or A. A. PINZN'
En juego de soitball celebra-
do ayer tarde por la continua-
cin del Campeonato Interno
de la Fuerza y Luz, la novena j
Oarage y Almacn obtuvo su i
primer triunfo a costa del con-
junto Empalmadores, por la
anotacin de 15 carreras a 6
En este partido hizo su rea-
paricin como lanzador en el,
campo deportivo, el veterano
pelotero Pilo Martnez, obte
nlen asi su primera victoria,
dejando a los Empadionadores
con solo 4 lncoglbles; mientras;
cue a E. Sealy lo castigaron
fuertemente los Almacenistas'
con IS imparables, cargando con !
la amarga derrota.
El lunes en la tarde, el equi-
po Ingeniera de Telfonos sa-
ll de perdedores al imponerse
en softball a Garage y Almacn
por 17 carreras a 10, en Juego
que se caracterlzp or la abun-
dancia de bate, sacando los In-
genieros la bola de incogibles 22
veces, castigando fuertemente
a los lanzadores F. Davis, quien
fu el perdedor y a J. Rangel;
en cambio V. Cochz consigui
.-u primer triunfo, no obstante
de haber permltRro 13 incogi-
bles
La novena de baseball Ofici-
na General se impuso en el l-
timo episodio a Telfono No. 2
ron pizarra de 7 carreras a 6
en gran Juego, celebrado el .s-
bado en la tarde ante una gran
oncurrencla. que sall satisfe-
cha de haber presenciado un
partido emocionante. El serpen-
tinero oficinista C. Muoz le
dio otro triunfo a su equipo en
una faena muy reida, toda vez
que los Telefonistas fueron du-
ro de ganar, aceptando 9 ina-
trapables. mientras que los ga-
nadores bateaban 6 ligados, los
.suficlentesp ara ganar, a los
lanzadores H. Berrio y C. Harre |
ro, cargando con la derrota el
segundo.
Hoy se enfrentan en softball
las novenas Garage' y Almacn
vs Planta Elctrica, a las 4.30
en el ya conocido Campo De-
portivo de Panilla. Maana la
Liga de baseball aprovecha el
da de Fiesta Nacional para pre
sentar doble juego en la maa-
na, estando a cargo el primero
las 9 a.m. entre Planta Elc-
trica vs Distribucin y luego
Garage y Almacn vs planta
Elctrica.
pretenciones por alcanzar el
ms alto pendn en esta rea
de Amrica.
Por todas estas circunstan-
cias el partido de hoy est lla-
mado a ser el Clsico del V
Centroamericano de Ftbol.
Nosotros de todo corazn de-
: camos que el campeonato siga
su desarrollo fraternal, tal cual
hasta aqu se lleva sin una nota
discordante, sin amago de ria,
ni conato de escndalo, somos
hermanos y estamos estructu-
rando el gran andamiaje de la
Amrica grande.
Para satisfaccin continental
ya estn en poder de la Amri-
ca Hispana los campeonatos
mundiales de Basket y de Ft-
bol y seguimos traglnando por
conseguir an ms.
Que el aliento, m comprensin
no fallen, en esta dura prueba
tanto para el pblico como para
los participantes, que gane el
que mejor Juegue al ftbol. Pe-
rc que el desarrollo del lance
sea limpio, hbil, vistoso, tcni-
co, digno del grueso pblico que
asistir en el cual se cuentan
innumerosas damitas, que no
tesarn de batir palmaa cuan-
do vea una jugada buena, sea
de cualquier bando.
A. B. Chandler no
actuar en una
eunin de base
WE8T PALM BEACH. Flori-
da Feb. 26. (UPi.El Comisio-
nado General de Base Ball A.
Chandler, declar que no pre-
sidir la Junta de propietarios
de los Clubes grandes que se
celebrar el doce de marzo en
su esfuerzo por encontrar el
nuevo comisionado Sin em-
bargo neg que tratarla de u-
sar "argucias parlamentarlas'
para vencer a quienes quieren
sustituirlo y agreg "abrir
Junta porque es parte de mi
trabajo, pero entonces abando-
nar la presidencia, no deseo
presidir la Junta en la que se
tratar de mi propia persona.
Chandler no hizo ningn otro
comentario pero el veterano
Connie Mack dijo que le res-
paldaba porque "Chandler
puede haber cometido errores
al principio pero ahora est
muy bien y ms familiariza-
do con su cargo, Yo pienso
que ha actuado tan bien como
es humanemente posible y no
puedo entender esa oposicin
que se le presenta".
LA II CHA DE ESTE AO SERA
ENTRE CINCO NOVENAS,
DIJO BILLY SOUTHWORTH
ITEM BRADENTON, Feb. (U.'
P.)Billy Southworth, manager i
de los Bravos lleg al campa-
mento de prcticas y predijo;
que la lucha de este ao ser,
entre cinco novenas en la Liga
Nacional, entre los Phillies, los
Bravos del Boston, los Dodgers
del Brooklyn, los Gigantes de
Nueva York y los Cardenales.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno*
Muestran estas vistas los mo-
mentos ms interesantes del
Handicap "Da de la Consttiu-
cin" celebrado ayer en el Hi-
pdromo Nacional.
En la primera vista tenemos
el final de esta carrera en la
cual se puede apreciar muy cla-
ramente el triunfo del argentino
DICTADOR sobre Gaywood que
ocup la segunda colocacin.
Abajo el momento en que el
cooncido hpico Sr. Osear Ghitls
reciba el simblico trofeo a que
se hizo acreedor con motivo del
triunfo de su pupilo.
Ray Robinson
acepta oerta
de Joe Maxim
8AN FRANCISCO, Feb. 38.
tUP).El empresario de boxeo
William Kyne, Inform que el
campen mundial de los me-
dianos Ray Robinson haba a-
ceptado la oferta de 25 mil
dlares o el 20 por ciento de
Ingresos para que celebre una
pelea contra el campen mun-
dial de los semi-pesados Joey
Maxim donde estar en juego
el titulo de este ltimo a me-
diados del mes de Abril.
Dijo que el acuerdo se ha-
ba tomado verbalmente entre
l y George Gainford apode-
rado de Roblnaon, y que se le
ofreci 50 mil dlares a Joey
Maxim el 40 por ciento de
ingreso de las entradas y el
derecho de la radio y televi-
sin, f
Kyne dijo que su oferta de
500 mil dlares por un en-
cuentro, entre el campen
mundial de todos los pesos
Ezzard Charles y entre el ex-
campen de esa categora Joe
Louis, quedaba anulada, por
que despus de ver a Louls,
en su encuentro el viernes pa-
sado contra Andy Walker lo
encontr viejo lento y muy-le-
jos de lo que fu en antao a
pesar de su triunfo por el no-
caut tcnico.
El Comit Olmpico de El Salvador
orden la suspensin del viaje de
los futbolistas al V Campeonato
<

Glosas del Campeonato de
Ftbol Centroamericano
Por IVAN KANCHA
Gol olmpico, si seores gol
olmpico se han anotado los
miembros organizadores del V
campeonato de ftbol. Asi como
en bisbol hay hit de oro, en
lt toros, orejas y rabo, en bas-
ketball el tiro de bandeja, etc.
As en ftbol la mxima aspi-
racin de un futbolero es mar-
car uno de esos lindos tantos
iiamados umversalmente "gol
olmpico."
Y esta mxima aspiracin es
la qne ha colmado con creces
el espritu combativo de todos
l ganizadora, ya que la organiza-
cin ha rebazado exitosamen-
te todos los clculos. Es un au-
tntico gol olmpico.
o
Con que esas tenemos? El
Salvador que tuvo la indellcade- ;
za de no cumplir un compromi-
so formal, Que no hace muchos ',
meses nos mand una embajada i
cultural ha hacer derroche de I
amistad, de sinceridad... Sar- i
csticamente cumplidas. No ha
tenido empacho para gestionar
la sede como suplente del V
Centroamericano, calculando el
fracaso nuestro por la no asis-
tencia de ellos. Qu_ cosas tiene
la vida? En fin es un gol; un
auto gol marcado por ellos mis-
mos y su valla ha cado apa-
ratosamente haciendo el rid-
culo.
Los noveles muchachos nlca-
rageses recibieron su Mutismo
amargo el pasado domingo. Eso
es asi, parece que los grandes
sintieron celo de los que se
atreven a su vez y los vapulean |
de lo lindo. Pero a ellos les to-
car su turno, algn da sern
grandes, no est lejano, ya que
ellios son muy entusiastas, muy
valientes, y tienen el don pre-
cioso de la juventud. Slo lo que i
tienen que hacer es no apagar
ese entusiasmo, antes por el
contrario cultivarlo ms y ms
porque madera les sobra.
Centro delantero del Seleccio-
nado Nacional de Ftbol, que
est representando a Panam
en el V Campeonato de Ftbol
Centroamericano y del Caribe.
El "Decan" Arana, se destac
anoche en el Estadio Olmpico,
en el partido entre Nicaragua,
anotando dos tantos para su
equipo. El partido de. anoche
fu dedicado por su compae-
ros motivo por el cual celebr
su cumpleaos. Maana en la
noche la aficin lo volver a ver
en accin frente al poderoso
onceno de Costa Rica.
Homa a El Panam Amrica?
*
2-0740
La Polica sigue
invicta en la Liga
de Basket de Antn
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. P. PJe.
Polica Nacional ... Z o 1.000
D. Temblor ___...... 1 1 .500
D. Quico ............... 1 1 .500
D. Compa ......... 2 .000
Por BETO
Sigue con todo entusiasmo la
Liga de basket de Antn En los j
juegos celebrados entre los equl
pos Deportivo Compa vs Depor-
tivo Temblor salieron vencedo-
rea los del Temblor por el sco-
re de 21 a 15. El mejor anota-
dor por el Temblor lo fu Risi-
ta Snchez con 7 puntos y por
los perdedores lo fue el ato
Rosque con S puntos, este equi-
po de los Deportivo Compa es-
tn dando la talla para conver-
tirse en la pesadilla ms gran-
de para cualquier equipo de la1
Liga de basket.
En el segundo juego entre los
eternos rivales Polica Nacional
vs Sastrera Qulco, despus de
una tenaz lucha hasta el final
del partido, sall vencedor el!
equipo de la Polica por el apre
tado score de 19 a 17. El me-
jor anotador por los vencedores
fu nuevamente el zurdo Mello
con 9 puntos y por losp erdedo- j
res los fu Ayala con 7 puntos,
loa dos partidos de basket men-
cionados fu presenciado por
una buena concurrencia.
El prximo partido estar a
cargo de Polica vs Compa y
Sastrera Qulco vs Deportivo
Temblor,
(Deportista coopere con tu
saco de cemento para la cons-
truccin del parque).
Muy significativa es la carta
que el Presidente de la Federa-
cin de Fotball de El Salvador,
seor J. Crdoba, envi al Co-
mit Organizador del V Cam-
peonato Centroamericano y del
Caribe de Ftbol, donde mani-
fiesta lo siguiente:
Sr. Don Luis A. ArdlnesP.
Secretarlo del Comit
Organizador del V Campeonato
Centroamericano y del Caribe
de Ftbol.
Presente.
Como ha de saber Ud. porque
as lo habr comunicado nuee-
tro Comit Nacional Olmpico,
ordenaron la suspensin del via-
je sin siquiera haberlo consul-
tado con esta Federacin.
No sabemos a ciencia cierta
si hay otras razones adems de
la alarma producida por la po-;
liomielitis, por cuanto la Infor-
macin oficial respecto a tsta
epidemia era favorable al viaje.
En todo momento tuvimos la
intencin de que asistiera a las
competencias el equipo de nuesr
tro pas, que venimos preparan-
do desde hace varios meses y
por tal motivo mandamos nes'
tro Delegado al Congreso Tc-
nico.
Nuestro Comit Olmpico, que
es quien, cuenta con los fondos
para tales gastos, ha ordenado
adems que regrese el Delega-
ao, a pesar de nuestra reitera-
da solicitud de que por lo me-
nos l est presente.
Le rogamos excuse las moles-
tias que cause, la falta de cum-
plimiento de parte de esta Fe-
deracin, que desgraciadamente'
no ha aldo oida por nuestras
mximas autoridades deportiva*
> gubernamentales.
Tengo el gusto de auscrlblrms
de Ud.,
Atto y S. S.
J. E. Cordova.
Presidente de la Federacin ,
de Football de El Salvado/-1
1^
TEM MOLINA
Director del equipo de Pana-
m que esta defendiendo esn
orgullo nuestro buen nombre en
ei ftbol centroamericano. Tem
Molina, uno de nuestro valores
en el ftbol ha desarrollado
una labor meritoria con el once-'
no nacional, por lo cual es muy
placentero felicitarlo. <
PRONSTICOS
or ONE TWO KID
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CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y 9a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
Evento Principal Del Sbado
8a. Carrera "D" Importados 7 Fgs
Premio: B 600.00 Pool Gerra: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
I. POLVORAZO.............V. Canillo
>. FEHUUSCO................E. Julin
3. RECBFFTE...............;. Bravo
4. MICROBIO...............B. Aguirre
5. (MARISCALITO____ .......R. Gmez
6. (BARTOLO..............M. Guerrero
7. GALANTE II..............R. Trojas
8. COBRADOR...............C. Ycaza
9. MICROS..................K. Flore*
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
Carrera Estelar Del Domingo
8a. Carrera Abierto 6/4 Fgs.
Premio: B/. 3,000 (Agregado) Pool Gerra: 4:40 p.m.
"Clsico Francisco Arias Paredes"
QUINIELA
1. AVENUE ROAD...........V. Castillo 110
2. PINARD...............J. Rodrguez 116
3. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Moreno 106
4. CHERIBERIBIN..........F. Jaramillo 108
5. (BEGONIA.................R. Trejos 102
6. (ROYAL COUP............B. Aguirre 12&
7. FULL ..................A. Enrique 100
8. WELSH LOCH..............J. Bravo 11
9. COGNAC..................E. Daro 10O
10. FAIR CHANCE............E. SUvera 100
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VIERNES, MARZO *, ltftl
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINE NUEVS

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Panam Clasific Para La Rueda Final Del
Basket Al Vencer a Mxico Anoche Por_62-57
Luzcando, Uto Cellis y
Andamio Arosemena Lucieron
Por Panam En Este Choque
Jira Cientfica Del Curso De
Educacin Fsica De La Univ.
Por ALFONSO ROJAS SUCRE
Por ALFONSO ROJAS SUCRE
Porque lo creo de bastante Inters tanto para mis
alumnos del Curso de Educacin Fsica de la Universidad
como para los futuros alumnos de ese Curso j para los
leportistas entusiastas de todo el pas, me proponfo hacer
un examen concienzudo de lo que significa la realiaclon
de una jira de carcter cientfico, trasando primero un
ilan general y despus, incluyendo detalles sobre esta
Ira que dos alumnos del III Ao, uno graduando y el
que esto escribe resillamos por la comunidad de Peno-
nom y sus alrededores duartne la ltima semana del
pasado mes de Febrero.
Planeamientos para una Jira cientfica
Es una verdad comprobada que en nuestro pas no se prac-
tica o se practica muy poco el excursionismo cientfico. El
deportista panameo por lo general se dedica al deporte bajo
techo o a aquel que le brinde facilidades urbanas. Eso quizs se
deba al clima. Los calores intensos y las lluvias que se suceden
durante casi todo el ao alejan al deportista aficionado de la
montaa, de los ros o de los llanos. Sin embargo el deportista
moderno, dotado con todas las facilidades que le brinda el pro-
greso cientfico, si tiene un corazn bien puesto y un nimo de-
cidido, echar a un lado las dificultades que ofrecen el clima y
la topografa de la regin, para dedicarse con Inters a vencer
una a una todas las dificultades.
Lo prmlero que un excursionista necesita es dotarse de un
buen equipo: botas fuertes de cuero hasta media pierna, clave-
teadas en la zuela y el tacn; traje de dos piezas de tela fuerte
y color "kaki"; casco colonial; anteojos de vidrio oscuro; un cu-
chillo de caza o un machete con su cacha: un bastn con con-
tera metlica; pna mochila de amplia capacidad, para llenarla
con una gruesa manta, un coclnill de campo a "kerosene", una
hamaca-mosquitero, sartn de aluminio, etc.; una cmara foto-
grfica; una brjula; una linterna elctrica y otros tiles ade-
cuados. Pero el excursionista moderno debe estudiar, adems,
personalmente o mediante buenas referencias, el terreno sobre
el cual va a operar. Slo de esta manera sacar partido des-
pus de sus grandes esfuerzos.
Lo que signific nuestra jira
Nuestra jira, que fuera auspiciada y apoyada econmicamen-
te por la Universidad Nacional, constituy mucho ms que un
simple intento de excursionismo cientfico: se coordinaron en
ella operaciones de escalamiento en montaa (de terreno blando
y recoso), marchas rpidas sobre terreno plano, prcticas inten-
sas de gimnasia pre-deportiva, prcticas diarias de natacin y
salvamento en ro, estudio terico sobre nivelacin topogrfica,
escalamiento de torres metlicas de nivelacin y triangulacin,
prcticas diarlas de materia mdica aplicada a la educacin fsi-
ca (en un Hospital Provincial de Penonom y en el de Aguadul-
ce) y estudio bio-estadstico de una Unidad Sanitaria (la de Pe-
nonom). Para verificar los estudios de nivelacin y triangula-
cin acudimos a los buenos oficios de la Oficina Interamericana
de Qeodesai y Triangulacin que opera desde casi tres aos en
la localidad de Penonom.
Quiero dar pblico agradecimiento, en nombre del Curso de
Educacin Fsica de la Universidad de Panam, a las siguientes
personas e instituciones due con tan buena fe como desinters
nos auxiliaron en nuestra labor: Mr. Therrel, ingeniero Jefe de
la Oficina Interamericana de Geodesia; Mr. Mastern, ingeniero
}>rofesof y al Ingeniero panameo Nez, quienes trabajan en
a misma oficina, por las instrucciones tericas que nos brinda-
ron; al Dr. Rodrguez Emllianl, Mdico Jefe del Hospital Provin-
cial de Penonom y a sus distinguidas enfermeras ayudantes,
quienes diariamente nos brindaron su contribucin cientfica; al
Dr. Rafael Estvez, Mdico Jefe del Hospital de Aguadulce, quien
nos dio interesantes explicaciones y nos hizo demostraciones so-
bre el aparato "Stader" en su aplicacin sobre traumatismos
seos; al Dr. Mendleta, Mdico Jefe de la Unidad Sanitaria de
Penonom, quien nos facilit un sinnmero de datos bio-estads-
ticos sobre la marcha de su servicio, que no slo cumple una mi-
sin mdico-preventiva social sino tambin una funcin terapu-
tica activa; por ltimo, al 8r. Gobernador de Cocl, al 8r. Alcal-
de de Penonom, al Sr. Inspector Marcelino Qulrs, a la 8ra. Bl-
bliotecaria de Pononom. al propietaroi de la Radio-Emisora de
Penonom y a distinguidas personalidades de esa misma locali-
dad, quienes nos brindaron no slo atenciones sino tambin fa-
cilidades para el complejo desempeo de nuestra misin cient-
fica.
En artculos que aparecen actualmente en la Pgina Depor-
tiva de La Estrella de Panam, un alumno excursionista, 8r.
Amado Rivera, relata en forma cronlcada, da a da, todos los
incidentes interesantes de nuestra jira. Por esa razn, la natu-
raleza de mis artculos ser de otro contenido: ms que todo
analticos, examinando los alcances tcnicos y las proyecciones
pedaggicas de esta clase de jiras cientficas.
DE LOS JUEGOS PANAMERICANOS
Escribe: Julio E. Clement
BUENOS AIRES.Dos horas
volando sobre Limatambo, el
aeropuerto de la ciudad de los
Virreyes, por una espesa niebla
que impeda el aterrizaje, oblig
a la Delegacin Panamea a pi-
sar tierra argentina a las diez
de la noche, las veintids aqui
y las ocho de la noche en nues-
tra tlerruca. Con hurras de la
muchachada estudiantil pana-
mea que alcanza a los doscien-
tos, con la presencia de don Le-
lo Guardia, que an no ha pre-
sentado credenciales, del Cnsul
Simn Vega, del seor J. F.
Arlas, los deportistas istmeos
completaban el largo viaje y
llegaban al aeropuerto argenti-
no Ministro Platarini, con horas
de retraso.
HACIA LA VILLA PANAME-
RICANA:Un elegante pullman
transport a los atletas a la Vi-
lla Panamericana, instalada en
las dependencias del gigantesco
Colegio Militar en el Palomar.
En seis pabellones se instalaron
1500 camas y se habilitaron co-
medores para 1700 personas. Las
22 banderas de las. Repblicas
de Amrica dejan acariciar por
los vientos de esta tierra de
pampas y de gaucho. Para el
adiestramiento de los atletas se
ha habilitado seis canchas para
baiketbol. dos de ftbol, una
I lista para el atletismo, tres p-
elas de natacin de 33 metros,
un gimnasio cerrado. Una ofici-
na para correo, banco para
cambio, cable y radio. Todo con-
sultado y el atleta nada tiene
que hacer en el centro de la
ciudad., que dista una hora, des-
pus de usar un tren, un sub-
terrneo y un colectivo. Es tan
grande Buenos Aires, que el pro-
blema distancia y transporte,
en el ms importante para re-
solver. Pero aqu estn nuestros
muchachos, bien atendidos. Una
perfecta organizacin se revela.
Se Casa Cab Calloway TI.
E negrito panameo que debu-
tara hace algunos aos en un
club nocturno de Panam, se
encuentra aqui despus de un
recorrido por varios pases de
Amrica. Un telefonaso, que era
una Invitacin para un matri-
monio, recibi la jefatura de
la Delegacin Panamea. "Se
casa Cab Calloway con la seo-
rita argentina Ana Navarro".
Una diminuta y blanqusima
chica que uni sus destinos al
gran bailarn panameo. Cab
(Jorge) se senta feliz. Ella,
mucho ms ms. "Me gusta el
mambo, me arrebata el baile",
nos deca. La chica se ve que
suspira por terpslcore. La boda
se efectu en el Santuario Sa-
grado Corazn de Mara. Des-
pus, una brillante recepcin...
y partieron para Ro de Janeiro
los esposos...
INAUGURACIN: Los prime
ros Juegos Deportivos Paname
ricanos se inauguraron anoche
domingo, a las ocho (todava i
esta hora asoma el sol) en e
Estadio Presidente Pern, el in
menso albergue de los deportls
tas del RACING. Fue imponente
la ceremonia. El Presidente Pe
ron dijo: "Hermanos deportis-
tas de Amrica: Invocando a la
Grecia Inmortal, cuya tica lla-
ma desde la cual tres mil aos
nos contemplan, comenzar una
Justa de caballeros. Que cada
uno sepa ganar y perder con
honra. Por ello, declaro abierto
los Primeros Juegos Deportivos
Panamericanos." El Presidente
ae la Comisin Organizadora de
estos Juegos, Doctor Rodolfo O.
Valenzuela procedi a declarar
solemnemente Inaugurado el
certamen, expresando "Amrica,
en lo ms sano de su cuerpo
y en lo ms hondo de su esp-
ritu se recoge balo el cielo ar-
gentino para celebrar una fies-
ta de paz y de fraternidad."
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
La Hora, sall triunfador en
el primer choque pactado entre
los equipos de los diferentes dia
ros. El triunfo de los de La Ho-
ra no fu como 10 esperbamos
ya que usaron un lanzador "Li-
kins", que nadie en La Hora, a
excepcin de Luna, lo conoce.
es decir los de La Hora venvle-
ron al equipo de' El Panam
Amrica con "colados". Vern
ellos el prximo juego si es que
se atreven a consedernos la re-
vancha que "tuquera" se van a
llevar... pero eso s sln-colados,
de lo contrario llevaremos para
el prximo Juegos a Chester de
Sousa, Luis Walker, Rudy Prin-
ce, Taboga Agulrre, Chomplpa
Castaeda y dems figuras del
Softball Social, para que enton-
ces quien se como a quien.
0
He aqu nuestro pronstico
para las carreras del prximo
sbado en Juan Franco:
laElolna-Luck Ahead; 2a.
Marsellesa Lollto; 3aQue Te
Cuesta Certa H, 4a.Mueco
Tap Girl; 5a.Olive Bloosom
Doa Elida (e); a. Athos'Mon
Etoile; 7aGolden Triumph Sua
vo (e) 8a.Polvorazo Marlscall-
to (e) 9aBeduino Cotilln 10a
Helen B. La Ilusin liaxito
Bar (e)
La prxima semana quedarn
prcticamente clasificado los
equipos que irn a la disputa
del titulo por el Campeonato
de Softball Social.
Son cuatro los que adquirirn
este deercho midindose en la
serie cada conjunto dos veces,
los que da un total de 12 encuen
tros, partidos estos que serian
dedicados a dueos de equipos
y otras figuras de nuestro me-
dio deportivo.
Ya es hora que los Comisarios
de Juan Franco, dejen a un la-
do la poltica y que el factor in-
fluencia sea eje en el Hipdro-
mo. Sea quien sea el dueo del
ejemplar Lacey, debe tener ma-
yor consideracin con los apos-
i adores. Este caballo en dos pre
sentaelones de lo que se llaman
horrorosas, se ha llevado de los
bolsillos de los apostadores una
suma mayor de B.4.000.00 Que se
suspenda al ejemplar o al Ji-
nete o a quien ellos crean res-
ponsables del a estafa legaliza-
da del ejemplar Lacey, en sus
ltimas presentaciones.
ULTIMA HORA
La Gerencia del Hipdromo
Nacional dio a conocer esta ma-
ana la posicin y competidores
en el Clasico Velocidad "Fran-
cisco Arias Paredes" que se co-
rrer el Domingo en el Hip-
dromo Nacional.
He aqu loe competidores:
1Avenue Road V. Castillo 110
.2Pinard J. Rodrigues 118
SP. Apollo B. Mermo 106
4Cheriberibn Jaramillo 108
5Begonia R. Trejos 102
6Royal Coup B. Aguirre 128
7Full A. Enrique 100
8Wesh Loch J. Bravo 110
8Cognac E. Daro 100
10Fair Chance E. Sllvera 100
Mascota del
equipo panameo
Desde 1938 Panam no haba podido ganar un par-
tido de basketball a Mxico
JUEGOS PANAMERICANOS BUENOS AIRES 1951 Momento en que el Presidente Gene-
ral Pern felicita a los jugadores de basket de Panam por su resonante triunfo sobre Co-
lombia Panameos de pie, de izquierda.a derecha encontramos al "Pive" Clement, Rubn
Blades, Castorina, el Presidente, Luzcando, Cells, Tom, Luciani, Rvhrbrttis, Vnvy Jan, y
Cumberbatch; agachados, Leopoldo de Len (levantador de pesas), Friedman (luchador), Fra-
zer, Ricardo Santos. _____ __________(Foto Cortesa de Panagra)
JUEGOS PANAMERICANOS BUENOS AIRES 1951 El equipo panameo momentos antes
de participar contra Colombia el martes. Febrero 27. Este partido lo ganaron los panameos
6Q_55. (Foto Cortesa de Panagra)
Presntanos aqu al chiquitn
Rubn Octavio Crdena.;, aas-
cla del equipo de Panam que
compite en el Campeonato
Centroamericano de Ftbol.
Rabeo O. Crdenas es hijo del
Sr. Justino Crdenas, propieta-
rie de la Sastrera Crdenas.
JUEGOS PANAMERICANOS BUENOS AIRES 1951 Vemos a Cuty Jan cortndole un
avance a los colombianos mientras que Blades bleoquea con efectividad. (Juego Panam-Co-
lombia). (Foto Cortesa de Panagra)
STorSd^poflWctador Gan En Gran Forma
Ayer El Handicap Constitucin
del Club Pacfico
Con enorme entusiasmo los
pacifistas prosiguieron su cam-
peonato interno de pool, el vier-
nes 23 en la noche, el cual vie-
ne desarrollndose dentro de
un alegre y muy simptico am-
biente, ya que las sorpresas, las
emociones, los golpes de suerte
y las revelaciones del taco del
51, estn dando al traste con
los vaticinios y -esperanzas de
los "ases de banda y carambo-
las" para conquistar el codi-
ciado trofeo "Bonilla"...
Los iniciadores de la tacobo-
listlca velada fueron las pare-
jas Fonseca-Arteaga, quienes
dieron la primera sorpresa de la
noche con un derroche de palos
locos y zapallos conquistando
asi un honroso empate el cual
cay rendido ante la tcnica y
maestra de la fogueada pareja
Bosa-Bejarano en el encuentro
definitivo.
Los siguientes contrlcantes de
la noche fueron las parejas Se-
laya-Oduber y Flls-Melndez
los que mantuvieron en constan
te tensin nerviosa a los espec-
tadores con sus formidables ti-
ros de doble banda.plques extra-
finos, carambolas de cuello y
otras super jugadas que carecen
de una, .terminologa apropiada;
DISTADOR, el magnfico ejem-
plar de propiedad del Stud Blue
& White, se impuso ayer en el
enel Handicap "Da de la Cons-
titucin" para confirmar as el
pronstico del os apostadores
que lo hicieron el gran favori-
to de esta carrera.
Dictador que lleva dos triun-
fos consecutivos en nuestra pis-
ta, vino de atrs con una gran
atropellada y tom el coman-
do en toda la recta y demos-
trando enorme superioridad ga-
lop hacia el triunfo, a pesar
de la gran acometida de Gay-
wood en los ltimos metros.
La prueba fu" muy disputa-
da. Desde el comienzo se fu al
comando Cognac, perseguido de
Alto Alegre, Mr. Foot y Llnney
Head. Pronto el pupilo de Oba-
rrio, afloj su temeraria carre-
ra y entonces Llnney Head asu-
mi la posicin de mando. Pe-
ro en los finales ya se daba por
descontento el triunfo de Dic-
tador, pues pasaba a los compe-
tidores como un tren expreso
y asi sigu camino del triunfo
por un largo de ventaja sobre
Gaywood que ocup la segunda
colocacin y Llnnead Head que
lleg tercero.
BUENOS AIRES (Por Carlos
C. Prez)Panam clasific pa-
ra la rueda final del basketball
al superar ayer a Mxico por
62 a 57. M ,
Los mexicanos participaran
en la rueda del os perdedores.
Los mayores andadores por Pa-
nam fueron Blades 3 puntos,
Tom 7, Cumberbatch 1, Jan 1,
Cells 11, Echeevrra 1, Aroseme-
na 16, Frazer 4, Luzcando 14 y
Williams 4; por Mxico los me-
jores fueron Gudlo 10, Tarzn
Guerrero 5, Cretin 3, Soto 5,
Blenvinun 4, Frojas lO.JaoJas 3
Olfaroloza 3, Brlzuela 10, Caralll
2 y Hernndez 2. Panam no
le haba ganado a Mxico des-
de el ao 1938.
0
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 2 (U.
P.)Cuba venci a Ecuador 44
a 42, clasificando para la rueda
finalistas. Los mejores por los
Cubanos fueron Lpez con 9,
Topazo 8, Wlltz 7 y Estol 12, des
tacndose por los Ecuatorianos
Quiones 6, Sandlford, 19, A-
orado 6 y Aparicio 4. Ecuador
tomar parte en la rueda de
los perdedores.
Unidos venci por puesta de es-
paldas a Dvlla Crdenas de
Mxico. El argentino Vrela Ven
ci por puesta de espalda a
Santa Ana del Brasil, termi-
nando con este encuentro la lu-
cha de anoche.
BUENOS AIRE8, Marzo 2 (U-
P.)El peso pesado Guennut de
Argentina le gan por puesta de
espalda al Ecuatoriano Harb
Japur. El medio pesado Dasjhra
del Brasil venci a Mccann -de
los Estados Unidos al no pre-
sentarse. El norteamericano del
peso pesado R. Smith venci per
puesta de espalda a L. Friedman
de Paanm, Ramrez de Argen-
tina venci por espaldarazo a
Martina del BraslL
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 2 (U.
P.) La puntuacin extraoficial
de Atletismo efectuada por los
anotadores coloca a los Estados
Unidos en el primer puesto de
los Juegos Panamericanos con
110 puntos, siguindole Argen-
tina con 75, Brasil 30, Chile 22,
Colombia 11, Cuba 11, Per 9,
Guatemala 2, Mxico 2 y Para-
guay 1. La puntuacin Norte-
americana se elev con tres pri-
meros puestos.
Jim Fuchs, atleta del Yale que
repetidas veces a roto el record
mundial de lanzamiento de bala,
estableci un nuevo record Sur-
americano en disco con 48.01
metro. Mal Whiftldle7e econBr.
metro. Mal Whitfield gan 800
metros y Reverendo Ronert Ri-
chard gan la garrocha. Rafael
Fortun de Cuba gan su elimi-
nacin en los 200 metros. Cuba
tiene oportunidad de acumular
algunos puntos adicionales en
las finales de esta competencia.
En el baseball Cuba derroto a
Colombia 5 a 2 y Estados Uni-
dos a Brasil por 23 a 4.
El argentino R. Bralo gan
los 5.000 metros y sus compa-
triotas vencieron 13 a 1 en Wa-
ter Polo a Mxico, pero el mexi-
cano J. Capilla Prez venci en
saltos de trampoln con tres
metros, salvando as el dia pa-
ra su patria.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 2 (U.
P.) El equipo de Argentina su-
per en el Football al de Costa
Rica, por anotacin de 7 goles
a uno.
BUEKOS AIRES, Marzo 2 (U.
P.)J. L. Maurey de Estados
Unidos venci por espalderazo a
Palomino Snchez de Cuba, por
que ste se lastim y tuvo que
abandonar la cancha.
El peso gall de Argentina
Daz venci por espaldarazo al
Ecuatoriano Flores Luca. El es-
tadounidense R. J. Denyere ven-
ci tambin por espaldarazo a
Santa Ana del Brasil. El peso
mosca Lerry de los Estados
imponindose al fin por su ma-
yor peso y ambicin la pareja
ils-Melndez, cerrando as con
broche de oro la segunda reu-
nin de este campeonato el que
contlnur el prximo viernes.
Debido a que esta noche se
celebra el partido de football
entre Costa Rica y Panam, la
Directiva del Club Pacifico ha
decidido cancelar la sesin de
esta noche.
La Liga de Baseball
de Veraguas rechaza
al Instructor Aldrele
En reunin general de pe-
loteros celebrada el 26 del mes
pasado, la Liga de la Provin-
cia de Veraguas resolvi recha-
zar el nombramiento de Flix
Aldrete como instructor de
Beis en aquella .parte de la
Repblica.
Esta decisin se debe a que
los muchachos de Veraguas
desean que su entrenamiento
y direccin est a cargo de los
Sres. MANOLO SUAREZ y ELI-
ZONDO TEJADA F.
Ojal esta medida tomada
por peloteros del Interior sir-
va de experiencia para futuros
nombramientos, pues Aldrete
no figuraba entre los recomen-
dados por la Liga de Veraguas.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Fanticos de Costa
Rica vineron por la
LACSA a Panam
La Compaa de aviacin
"Lacsa" ha cooperado al buen
xito del Campeonato Centro-
americano de Ftbol, al traer a
Panam a casi 300 personas,
procedentes de San Jos de Cos-
ta Rica.
La Compaa Lacsa ha he-
cho estos viajes en un precio
may especial de 150 colones, Ida
y vuelta, y numerosos fanticos
ticos se encuentran en Panam
presenciando los partidos del
campeonato de ftbol, wdl^pij
asta generosa eoneeeln. -
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 2 (U.
P.)En los finales de los 9.000
metros triunf er-Argentino R.
Bralo con 14 minutos 55 segun-
dos dos dcimos. J. Towmex de
los Estados Unidos 14.55.05 G.
Rojas de Chile 15.06.4 B. Bros
de los Estados Unidos 15.11.5 R.
Inostroza de Chile y G. MXori
de Argentina con tiempos no
cronometrados.
JKflON
con Vrfalis
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beza eon V1TALIS durante 60 as
tundo* y penese bien. En esta
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diferencial
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... Usa VITALIS Clarol porque
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traccin incomparable, acentan
do el brillo natural de su pelo. Coa
VITALIS, usted destacar siem-
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est el secreto del xito ... jr i
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TACATA DIEZ
l PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, MARZO l, 1951
Ru.vd teme a los derechos humanos en
el Consejo Econmico de las NN. UU.
NUEVA YORK, Marzo lo.
(USI6>. Loa representantes
comunistas en la reunion del
Consejo Econmico y Social en
Santiago de Chile se oponen
a las garantas de los derechos
humanos por la misma razn
que so oponen al control de la
energa atmica, segn decla-
ra "jb.1 Diario' de Nueva York,
Este peridico, publicado en
espaol, indica en un editorial
que Rusia no quiere control de
la energa, atmica porque no
quiere la Inspeccin interna-
cional. En cuanto a los dere-
chos humanos, la razn de ia
oposicin sovitica "es muy
clara". "Estos derechos brillan
por ausencia en la Unin So-
metica'.
El editorial de El Diario di-
ce asi:
Hoy comienza en Chile la
segunda semana de sesiones
dei Consejo Econmico y So-
cial de las Naciones Unidas y
quisiramos hacer una especie
oerteapitulacln de lo que se
ha hecho hasta ahora en la
primera semana.
El ltimo dia de la primera j
- semana de esta importante.
reumon termino con unas bre-
ves, palabras del presidente del |
consejo, el seor Harnan San-
ta Cruz delegado de Chile,
quien puso de maniliesto que,
ei consejo ha logrado avanzar
en...su labor a pesar de que
apenas ha comenzado todava
la., reunin.
El consejo Econmico y So-
cial ha logrado avanzar en m
tarea que se le ha encomen-
dado aadimos nosotros a
pesar de las tcticas de obs-
truccin que pusieron en prac-
tica, como de costumbre, ius
delegados de los paises comu-
nistas.
,' El Consejo Econmico y So-
cial decidlo por mayora abru-
\ madora enviar a su comisin
de derechos humanos el ante-
proyecto de convenio interna-
" _clonal derecho humanos para
que "Ja comisin le d los to-
;"ues inales.
Lo$ delegados de los paises
comunistas se opusieron a la
' 'prooacln del anteproyecto de
CoWtfencin Internacional so-
br los derechos humanos
vueria.i eliminar as clausula*
relativas a la inspeccin inter-
nacional de las violaciones de
esos derechos. Esa actitud de
la Unin Sovitica y sus sat-
lites merece consideracin es-
pecial.
Merece consideracin espe-
cial porque no es la prime.a
Tea que los paises comunistas
se oponen a que se garantice
un acuerdo internacional me-
dian.e el establecimiento Ue \
un sistema decutdo de ins-
peccu.ii y vigilancia.
En ioj deoatcs score la re-
I guladon de la energa atmi-
ca, los paises comunistas han I
i adoptado la misma actitud. Se- i
gn la frmula propuesta can
ese fin, todo lo relativo a la
fabricacin y uso de la ener- '
gia atmica deberia estar ba-
jo la vigilancia de un organis-1
mo Internacional, que se en-
cargarla de que ningn pas
utilizara a esa energa para a
fabricacin de armas.
Esos Derechos brillan por su
ausencia en la Unin Soviti-
ca.
En la Unin Sovitica no e-
xiste la libertad de expresin
del pensamiento, ni la de reu-
nin o asociacin: el domici-
. io resta mucho de ser invio-
lable y la lectura de la corres-
pondencia privada de los clu- i
danos ocupa la atencin de un
buen nmero de empleados tic
correos que ms que emplea-
dos de correos son, en reali-
dad, agentes de Informacin de
la polica.
Nada tiene de extrao, pues,
que la Unin Sovitica se nie-
gue a que se establezca un
sistema de inspeccin interna-
cional cuyo oDjeto consistira
en averiguar si se respetan los
derechos humanos en todos los
pases que firmen el convenio
internado al.
Por qu razn estudia El
onsejo Econmico y Social el
asunto de los derechos huma-
nos en esta reunin de San-
itago de Chile?
La respuesta se puede obte-
ner mediante la simple lectura
de la carta orgnica de Las
Naciones Unidas, en la cual M
definen los propsitos del con-
sejo, las funciones y facultades
de este orgaismo internacional.
Una de esas facultades con-
siste, segn la carta orgnica
de Las Naciones, en presentar
recomendaciones para fomen-
tar el respeto y la 'observan-
cia" de los derechos humanos.
La palabra clave aqui es "ob-
servancia."
Observancia significa cum-
plimiento exacto y puntual de
lo que se manda a ejecutar,
como por ejemplo, un convenio
internacional.
No habra garatas de que
ese convenio internacloal e
cumpliera exacta y puntual-
mente si al mismo tiempo no
se establece un sistema de Ins-
peccin, tambin internacloal
1 Kremlin ha continuado
perdiendo adeptos en los
pases bajo su influencia
Se Cas Cab
Calloway II
En Bs. Aires
BUENOS AIRES, Feb 28 (Co-
rresponsal Prez)Se caso Cab
Calloway! En das pasados con-
trajo matrimonio en la Iglesia
Sagrado Corazn de Mara, el
popular cantante y bailarn pa-
nameo, George Oreen, mejor
conocido como Cab Caiioway 2o.,
con la seorita Ana Navarro,
Urda nia bonarense, hija del
Si. Nicols Navarro. La recep-
cin fu ofrecida en el saln
Confitera Jockey Club y ambos
actos fueron atendidos por nu-
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. NUEVA YORK, Marzo 2.
(EPS). El informe del ge-
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las Naciones Unidas, en el
sentido de que los norcorea-
nos aprendieron a detestar
y an detestan a los comu-
nistas durante los cinco aos
que permanecieron bajo la bo-
ta roja, es otra prueba de que
comunismo ruso es una fuerza
poltica que est decayendo en
el mundo.
De casi todas partes del
mundo llegan informes que In-
dican que los gobiernos y pue-
blos estn por fin dndose
cuenta de que el stallnlsmo
significa* dictadura totalitaria,
estado-polica, disminucin de
las libertades, un nivel de vi-
da ms bajo y sometimiento
a Mosc.
Al parecer estos pueblos es-
tn empezando tambin a re-
conocer la vacuidad de las
protestas de paz soviticas,
de la novia como tambin ami-
gos y paisanos de Cab, y algu-
nos miembros de la Delegacin
Panamea a los Juegos Pan-
Americanos.
Despus de haber salido de
Panam hace 3 aos. Cab Ca-
lloway ha recorrido prctica-
mente toda la Amrica actuan-
do en los mejores Nlght Clubs
y Estaciones de Rado en ciuda-
des como Maracalbo, Caracas,
Curacao. Bogot, Lima Habana,
Mxico, y Buenos Aires. Cab
parti Ro de Janeiro el 26 para
cumplir con jugoso contrato en
el famoso Cabaret "Nigh & Day
en esa ciudad.
mientras los rusos mantienen
enormes ejrcitos que amena-
za? a todos los paises vecinos
a lo largo de las fronteras eu-
ropeas y asiticas de la Unin.
Toda la evidencia de que el
comunismo ruso ha perdido al
parecer la mayor parte del In-
dudable atractivo que uivo pa-
ra las masas desalentadas del
mundo durante el periodo de
la postguerra, constituye, Jun-
to con el rearme occidental,
motivo sustancial para el cre-
ciente optimismo reinante en
el mundo libre de que Ja gue-
rra global puede evitarse, y
que, si la misma llega, puede
ganarse.
La probabilidad de que la
propaganda comunista haya
perdido mucho de su potencia
no elimina del panorama, cla-
ro est, los enormes ejrcitos
rojos, los miles de tanques y
aviones rusos ni las bombas
atmicas soviticas.
La Accin Catlica italiana,
despus de un estudio de la si-
tuacin europea, llevado a ca-
bo antes del reciente rompi-
miento de los lderes comunis-
tas de Italia con el Kremlin,
declar que los rojos han es-
tado perdiendo terreno en to-
da Europa. La organizacin ca-
tlica basaba sus conclusiones
en la gran disminucin de
miembros del Partido Comu-
nista, las prdidas en las elec-
ciones, la circulacin menor de
las publicaciones del partido y
la lnluencla reducidsima de
los comunistas en los sindica-
tos obreros.
La Accin Catlica declar
que la decadencia 'ms im-
presionante" del poderlo co-
munista ha tenido lugar en la
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CHICAGO, Marzo 2o. (UBIS)
W. Averell Harrlman, ayu-
dante especial del Presidente
Truman, declara que l tiene
mayor que nunca en que
"las naciones del mundo llore
podrn ganar la lucha contra
la nueva forma de tirana que
confrontan.
De profunda Importancia en
todas partes ha sido "nuestro
apoyo a las Naciones Unidas
para resistir la agresin en
Corea", dijo Harrlman en un
discurso pronunciado en la i
Conferencia de la Asociacin:
Americana Pro Naciones Un-;
das.
"De primera Importancia es!
la unidad del mundo Ubre".
dijo. Esa ha sido la norma de!
los Estados Unidos y de las!
Naciones Unidas, "forjar la u-
nln entre las naciones por el
bienestar humano".
Harrlman agreg que ello es i
lo contrario de la poltica de
los stalinlstas quienes "estn
convencidos de que el mundo
libre no puede permanecer u-
nitjo, y creen que podrn di-
vidir a las naciones libres y
apoderrse de ellas una por
una".
Desde la iniciacin de la
idea de las Naciones Unidas,
dijo Harrlman se reconoc.
que se tropezara con grandes
dificultades de la Union So-
vitica debido a la ideologa
de sus dirigentes-. Se hicieron
por tanto ingentes esfuerzos
durante el periodo en que es-
tbamos unidos en la guerra, a
fin de hallar una base comn
sobre la cual construir una co-
munidad pacifica mundial".
Esos esfuerzos, dijo Harrl-
man, no obtuvieron xito de-
bido a que la Unin Sovitica
quebrant casi todos los com-
promisos que adquiri.
Gran Bretaa y en los pase-s
escandinavos. Le siguen en'im-
portancia las prdidas sufridas
por los comunistas en Blgica,
Luxemburgo, Austria y la Ale-
mania occidental.
SI bien la disminucin de
miembros del Partido Comu-
nista en los paises detrs de
la Cortina de Hierro no signi-
ficarla gran cosa, debido a las
tcticas rojas de purgar pe-
ridicamente las filas del par-
tido para mantener el poder
en manos de un ncleo mili-
tante en el que se pueda con-
fiar, las prdidas de simpati-
zantes sufridas por los rojos
tiene un significado conside-
rable.
Aunque apenas se reciben
informes de la China comunis-
ta, parece claro que Mao Tse-
tung est tropezando con di-
ficultades. Y al continuar la
lucha en Corea, Mao est de-
bilitando su capacidad para o-
cupar Formosa, expandir el
podero Chino hacia el sudes-
te de Asia, Industrializar y
modernizar la China y soste-
ner su rgimen contra la su-
puesta resistencia interna, que
es cada vez mayor.
En todas partes del mundo,
en estos momentos, parece que
los comunistas estn perdien-
do terreno, probablemente ello
se debe a que el inmlsericor-
de proceder ruso a travs de
los aos ha empezado a con-
vencer a la mayora de la gen-
te de que detrs de las pro-
testas de democracia, paz y
deseo de mejorar la suerte de
los obreros, los rusos sencilla,
mente han estado tratando de
levantar un Imperio ruso ma-
yor que el de los zares.
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