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S.S. Levers Bend .............................March 26
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Occasional sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
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TERRY
Miracle For Bennie Bell
BY HILMON PINEGAR
NEA Special Correspondent
MEMPHIS. Tenn.
Seven-year-old Bennie Bell Brad-
ley is alive today because of a
modern miracle in both race re-
lations and the medical profes-
sion.
One chilly day last May. she
was warming herself at a wood
cookstove in the cabin of her fa-
ther. L. W. Bradley, a farmer of
poor means at Sledge, Miss. She
got too close, and her dress
caught fire.
By the time the llames had
been smothered, the skin had
been seared from about 70 per
cent of Bennie Bell's body. Per-
sons so badly burned don't usual-
ly survive.
When she was sent to a Mem-
phis hospital, a well-known plas-
tic surgeon recognized her plight
and took her case. Then he ap-
pealed to Memphians'to donate
some of their skin to cover Ben-
nie Bell's body until she grew
enough of her own skin for graft-
ing.
The surgeon's appeal was re-
layed to the public through the
Memphis Press-Sclmltar, and he
v.-.is deluged with offers.
Since then, eight white persons
and two Negroes each gave up
about 40 square inches of the it-
skin for the little colored Rlrl.
Bennie Bell has undergone four
operations for grafting her own
skin.
Mississippi Crippled Children's
Society paid for her hospitaliza-
tlon. and medical care was dona-
ted by the surgeon.
The surgeon says It's the flrtl
case In the U. S. In which the skin
of both whites and Negroes has
been transferred to the same bo-
dy.
To Bennie Bell, though, it's all
BENNIE BELL BRADLEY: To
her, the skin was all the same.
the same; she's well now except
for a little scar tissue on one.hip
which will be attended to lper
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Barber Is Clipped
OMAHA, Neb. (UP> It was a
case of overly strong tonic In a
raid on a barber shop here. Mor-
als squad officers raided the bar-
ber shop and found 108 bottles
of liquor behind a wall in a con-
cealed cabinet. The barber is ac-
cused of selling liquor without a
license.
After my teammates won the
worlds championship in Ber-
muda last November, all of the
International bridge stars took
a busman's holiday by compet-
ing In a tournament for pairs.
One of the American pairs gave
a good account of Itself in the
hand shown today.
The bidding was aggreslve on
both sides, probably too aggres-
sive. Part of the reason was
that three of the players had
Just finished the long grind of
the team match and were there-
tore inclined to be a bit on the
giddy side. It was the fourth
player, however, who had all
the work to do.
That playe rwas Alfred Shein-
wold, well-known New York
expert, who proceeded to play
the South hand as though he
could see through the backs of
the cards.
West, a famous Swedish play-
er, opened a low club, and East
won with the ace. A trump lead
would have been better, but
West couldn't know that.
East returned the deuce of
diamonds, and West's ten forced
out dummy's king. Dummy re-
turned a diamond, and East
feeling strapped for a good
lead, led his remaining dia-
mond. South played low, and
dummy ruffed with the low
trump. ,. .
Shelnwold could now aftord
to lose only two tricks, and lelt
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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sure because of the penalty
double that he was bound to
lose two trump tricks. He also
had the queen of diamonds to
take care of and therefore
couldn't afford to draw trumps
In a hurry.
After some thought he ruffed
a club and cashed three rounds
of spades without taking the
precaution of leading trumps.
He next ruffed another club,
thus reducing East to his four
trumps.
At this point declarer led the
queen of diamonds. West cover-
ed with the ace of diamonds,
and the king of hearts was
played from dummy. East had
to overruff with the ace of
hearts since otherwise declarer
would have eight tricks and
would make his ninth by ruf-
fing a club with the Jack of
hearts.
East then cashed the queen
of hearts, capturing dummy's
ten of hearts, but also drop-
ping his partner's eight. At this
point East had left the nine and
six of hearts, while South had
the jack and seven. When East
led the six of hearts, Sheinwold
confidently finessed the seven,
thus making his contract.
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Nov. you'll know why Over 30 mil
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
What's It?
By EDGAR MARTI*
CAPTAIN EASY
About Eric
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The Trail Begins
By MICHAEL O'MALIJI


MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1951
Till PANAMA AMERICAN AN WD1P1NDENT DAILY NTWSPAPM
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GIVE' Red Crow contributions rolled in on Wednesday at the opening of the Albrook Air
Force BaatRedI Cross drive as airmen made their donations across the pay table M/Sjt.
EFeRl..y (**; ohlej clerk of base operations, ^recelv* ^?^'Jn*i
(U.S. Air Force photo)
Force Base Red Cross drive as airmen made
(right), chief clerk of base operatiuiw, . -
Goy Davis. Lt. CoL T. B. Stewart Is chairman of the drive. The Albrook [*!
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Auto Companies Will Follow
GM Example on Higher Wages
DETROIT. March 5. (UP)
General Motors has announced
iive-xent hourly wage Increases
lor IB 434,000 employes and oth-
er auto companies are expect od
to follow suit under their cost-of-
livlng contracts.
The auto Industry will shell
out between $17,000,000 and $20.-
000,000 In pay Increases during
the next three months under
cost-of-llvlng contracts with the
tfO United Auto Workers.
How much of this the govern-
ment will allow to be passed on to
consumers in the way of further
ear price boosts will be decided in
May when another review of au-
to prices is scheduled by the Of-
fice of Price Stabilization.
The exact amount lt will cost
auto companies to compensate
for the rising cost of living for
more than 800,000 employes has
not been set. The Bureau of La-
bor statistics revising its meth-
od of fixing costs issued two
cost indexes.
Under the old one. auto work-
ers stand to get a five-cent hour-
ly boost. The new Index, which
takes In a wide new range of
Items, would permit only four-
cent boosts.
Which will be used in comput-
ing auto workers' pay is being
negotiated between the UAW and
the auto companies. The UAW, it
was understood, is holding out
for the higher figure.
At four-cents an hour, based
on a 40-hour week, lt would cost
nuto companies around $16,560.-
000 In the next three months al-
ter which wages will be review-
ed again. The five-cent figure
would mean about $3,000,000 (m>
more.
The Industry received a long-
awaited three and one-half per
cent Increase in car prices this
week. It was an Interim affair,
and Price Stabilizer Michael Dl
Salle said further adjustments
might be made after 60 day.
It Is no secret that the indus-
try Is not satisfied with the in-
terim increase, although there
has been no official comment.
offing, automakers stand to like
it even less.
They would like to see at 'east
another two or three per cent
tacked on to the present three
and one-half per cent to com-
pensate for higher wages and
higher unit costs because of
smaller production volume.
Hardest hit have beeta the
smaller independent companies
leellng the price squeeze by parts
suppliers. But the Korean war
round of wage increases last
year cut into profits of them ill
For example, Chrysler Corpora-
tion ! third biggest In the world
set new dollar and unit sales
records, but wound up making ment
$4.000,000 less last year than it
did in 1949.
Scholarship Info
Now Being Displayed
Al (Z Jr. College
A large number of college ca-
talogs and detailed information
en scholarships for women is now
on display at the Junior College.
The display was arranged by the
Canal Zone College Club.
Prior to putting the catalogs
and information on exhibit at
the Junior College, the Club he.:t
a tea for 25 women students of
the College at the home of Su-
perintendent of Canal Zone
Schools and Mrs. Lawrence Joh.i-
son on Saturday afternoon.
More than 100 members of the
club were present to explain to
the students about their own col-
leges programs for scholarships
and self-help.
The College Club, In Its 25
years of existence, has helped 30
Canal Zone women to continue
their educations in the United
States, either through Its own
annual scholarship or through
scholarships which lt obtained lor
local girls.
Its annual $400 scholarship
will be awarded to a graduate of
the Jr. College at the organiza-
tion's spring luncheon in May.
Ex-WAC Confesses
She Knifed Hubby
For 'Thing' Shir
TORONTO, March 5, (UP)
A former Canadian WAC told po-
lice today she stabbed her hus-
band to death with a butcher
knife because they couldn't agree
on what "The Thing" was.
Police charged 24-year-old Ma-
rie Lopees with murder. They
said she admitted stabbing her
husband, John 26, through the
heart In their basement apart-
ment early today after an argu-
ment which started in a beer
parlor.
Detective sergeant Lloyd Pat- Fighting won't settle anything,
tlson said "she fold me the argu- ..j thought that only Congress
Acheson Answers Young Marine
On Why's'of US Foreign Policy
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP) gamethat's why they lose the.young Moullette would come to
If you were Secretary Of 8tate
Dean Acheson. how would you
answer a boy who asks like
an echo from your own heart:
Do I have to fight and may-
be die In Korea and why do
I?"
The question Is hard; the an-
swer harder. Especially when
the boy is a Marine, Cpl. John
B. Moullette, 24, of Camden, N.
j., ready to go himself but feel-
ing the President's foreign po-
licy Is "all fouled up."
Acheson used two weeks to
draw up a 1,000-word reply to
Moullette's father who had ask-
ed him*how to answer the boy.
Summed up, lt was: "There are
many terrible heartbreaks in
this course of action, but there
is no easier way to peace."
The State Department releas-
ed the exchange last night and
In Its prosaic mimeographed
handout was the fury of the ar-
gument that means so much In
every Amerjcan home right
now. Here Is the way it went,
from the worried son to the con-
cerned father and then to Ache-
son:
Moulette, only 24 and station-
ed at Camp Pendleton. Cal., got
to thinking about It all and on
Jan. 16 he wrote his father,
Clarence E. Moullette, civil de-
fense aide to the Mayor of Cam-
Jiist the night before, he said,
the boys were talking over a
beer In the "slop-shop' and they
thought the morale of the fight-
ing men was low because they
feel the American people aren't
behind them.
"The majority," he said, "were
complaining about the way we
were tricked into this.
"Don't you think that our
'foreign policy' Is fouled up *
bit? The needless waste of life
In Korea, on both sides, is
shameful to the human race.
peace. Besides, he said, John-;see that Korea already has prov-
ed much. He said this proof in-
cluded the showing that the
United Nations is willing to
fight for freedom and that, by
standing firm against aggres-
sion, this government Is doing
its best to prevent a new world
war.
"The heroic sacrifices which
are now being made In Korea
world to pass
Treasury-Federal Reserve
Battle Of Bonds Resolved
WASHINGTON. March 5, (UP)
The bitter Treasury Federal
Reserve Board fight over low in-
terest rates on Government bonds
was resolved here when the
Treasury agreed to' a slightly
higher rate on a new securities
Issue.
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder announced that he
will offer soon a new series of
long-term non-marketable bonds
at 2-3/4 per cent Interest In ex-
change for an outstanding uwue
which bears a 2-J per cent rate.
This represents a modification
of the Treasury's position in a
long fight with the Board. A
Board majority had demanded a
halt to "easy credit" policies
which, lt said, were undermining
the value of the dollar.
ernment fiscal policies within 10
The agreement is, In ,effecti, a
compromise but one In which the
Treasury did some capitulating.
Mr. Truman, in a special state-
ment issued from his Key West,
Fla. vacation retreat, hailed the
announcement, made jointly by
theTreasury and Board, as a 'va-
ry important step forward" In
assuring the government's abili-
ty to finance its need for defense
billions.
' He described it as a "full ac-
cord" on managing the govern-
ment debt in a way to finance
new securities issues without
shaking the value of outstanding
bonds and at the same time pre-
vent creation of new inflationary
credit.
started over 'The Thing.'
They couldn't agree on what it
was."
"The Thing" Is the title of a
popular song about a man who
finds a box containing something
Identified only as "The Thing,"
and loses all his friends when ne
shows lt around.
"She said she thought 'The
Thing' was a new song called
'The Face,' and her husband said
that her face was 'The Thing,'
the detective sergeant said.
Mrs. Lopees told authorities
the argument went on after she
and her husband returned to
their apartment where their 3-
year-old daughter was sleeping
In a crib.
She stabbed her husband with
the eight-Inch knife in the kit-
chen and he staggered down the
cellar steps, where police found
the body.
The Board never had specified
how high lt thought the interest
rate should goexcept to argue
that it should be high enough to
put a brake on Inflation, espe-
cially Inflationary bank credit.
The agreement followed a
White House meeting last Mon-
day attended by representatives
of the Treasury, the Federal Re-
serve Board, the Securities and
Exchange Commission. Defense
Moblllzer Charles E. Wilson, and
the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers.
At that time. Mr. Truman said
SOMERVILLE, Mass. UF>
Parker M. Duggan, a one-
legged barber, has persisted in
f.-.e trade despite a boyhood
. accident. He stands long hours
And with bl pay boosts In the he wanted an agreement on cov- at his work with a single cutib
One official indicated the new
mechanism of financing mny
soak up as much as $5.000.000.000
which otherwise would turn into
quick and easy credit and there-
by keep the spiral of Inflation
rising.
Baber Works on One Leg
Escaped Convict
Who Threatened Wife
Captured In Chicago
CHICAGO, Mar. 5 (UP) Dom-
inick Carllno, 45, who escaped the
Du Page county jail with five oth-
er men and allegedly kidnaped
and threatened to kill his wife,
was captured today cowering be-
hind a kitchen door.
A police squad broke into the
home of a friend of Carlino's and
found the fugitive lying on a
couch. He sprang up and dashed
behind the door, pleading "Don't
shoot, don't shoot."
The arrest was the first In an
Intensive manhunt under way
since the six prisoners broke out
of Jail early yesterday.
Last night two others entered
a home on the North Side, tied
up four members of a family and
fled with $1,700.
In a statement to police, Car-
llno admitted taking his wife,
Commercial
Printing
could declare war. Why doesn't
Congress either declare war
against Red China or stop Tru-
man from sending American
troops throughout the world?
Whv should we take the brunt
of It all?
*T believe that the people at
our level want only peace but
that the leaders (Including Tru-
man) are afraid to admit they
are wrong and are ashamed to
admit it for fear they will lose
face. It looks that way. Dad!"
It was signed, "Love, John-
nie " ,.,
Johnnie said In a P. S.: "I may
be a rebel but these are my own
thoughts and convictions." .
The elder Moullette sent his
son's note on to Acheson, say-
ing he himself was Involved In
a famllv split on the subject.
The father said he feels our
foreign policy ought to be "fluid"
to meet changing situations and
he had predicted an outbreak
like Korea. ,
He said his family call him a
"warmonger" for such predic-
tions.
He said sometimes the Amer-
ican peoole act like winning a
war Is like winning a football
Alice. 30. for a ride yesterday, but
said nothing about threatening
to kill her.
Mrs. Carllno had reported that
her husband slapped her brutal-
ly and threatened her life until
he was dissuaded by two other
fugitives who were with him. Lat-
er she was released.
Carllno was found In the home
of Mrs. Anna Bessile by police
who had been keeping a watch on
the homes of his friends and rel-
atives. Mrs. Bessile said Carllno
was godfather to her son, Dom-
inick. 2.
The fugitive told police that he
was not originally a party to the
Jail break, but heard the five oth-
ers saw their way to freedom and
later followed them. The Jail is
at Wheaton, 111., near Chicago.
hle's letter "reflects the loose
thinking on the part of many
of our legislators and publish-
ers."
"I hope you will help me with
this letter to my son," he said.
Acheson studied lt over lor
two weeks and on Feb. 23. Just
before leaving for a brief Ber-
muda vacation, he repled.
It reminded him. Acheson said, may enable the
of 10 years ago when he talked
with friends on the same prob-
lem before his own Son went to
war.
"I thought then," Acheson
said, "and I think now that the
real problem lies deeper than
the questioning of particular de-
cisions even the Important
ones which distress your son.
"It lies In the fact for
which we may thank God
that these boys have been
brought up In the fundamental
decency and Tightness of Amer-
ican Ufe."
But, Acheson said, Instead ot
lives of peace and Justice, young
people go on to, find instead
hardship, loneliness, uncertain-
ty, danger and separations from
their family and their lrlenas.
"The fact that this happens
to them because some distant
and shadowy figures In the
Kremlin, controlling millions of
people far from them, are set-
ting out to make impossible such
lives as they had every right
and hope to have, does not help
their frustration and bitter-
ness," Acheson said.
"This agony of spirit, so un-
derstandable and right, makes it
hard to believe that so mons-
trous an evil can exist in a
world based upon Infinite mercy
and Justice.
"While this government is
moving ahead with Its effort to
find Justice and peace, lt Is at
the same time protecting Itself
from being overrun by Moscow
tyranny.
"Unless we are strong enough
we and the other free nations
to prevent the Soviet rulers
from extending their control
over the entire world, then we
shall never have the chance to
help build the kind of a world
we want."
Acheson expressed hope that
sal
through this time of hostllit
and tension without the cat
trophe. the greater destruction
and the Immeasurably greater
sacrifices of a world conflict," h
said.
Acheson said lt was good that,
questions should be raised by a
man like a Marine corporal.
"But what Is important," hi
added, "Is that we feel, and that
all our young people feel, }
strong faith In the validity and!
the reality of the Ideals on|
which this country was founded*
and on which It now endeavor*,
to guide its actions."
"So long as our young peoplel
are steadfast In this faith, was
can be assured of the vitality
o our society, and its ability toj
go on meeting the challenges of
the future," he said.
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 Material Information
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]
daily
normalized irregular
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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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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe'* Abraham Lincoln.
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VAN AMA, B. P., MONDAY. MARCH 5, 1S51
FIVE CENTS
Allied Unit Only 25 Miles From Parallel
Railroad Audit
Urges New Rates
On Panama Line
A recommendation that the Panam Railroad Com-
? pany review the operations of the Panam Line has been
made by Lindsay C. Warren, Comptroller General, ac-
cording to the audit report of the Railroad Company.
"In view of the likelihood that the steamship line will
not be self-sustaining..., the desirability of a complete
L review of the operation by the boqrd of directors seems
evident," the audit report states. 'Consideration should
be given to changing the present rate and billing policy
for transporting employes of Government agencies and
w divisions of the Canal-Company organization in order that
the steamship line will recover the cost of transporting the
| employes." ________________________
In connection with the recom-
. mendaUon, the New York Times
carried the following rtory In its
Issues of last Friday:
"The board of directors of the
Panama Railroad Company has
been urged to make a thorough
study of the operation of the Pa-
'nama Line on the ground that
the Income of the steamship serv-
ice Is consistently decreasing and
,' that the service may soon cease
to be self-sustaining.
"The plea was included in a
mildly critical report delivered to
Congress by Lindsay C. Warren.
Comptroller General of the Uni-
ted States.
"Based on an audit by the
General Accounting Office of the
railroad company for the fiscal
year 1950. It noted that Panama
Line revenues dropped from
$224 050 in 19411 to $90,963 In 1950.
Details of the report were made
p public yesterday by the American
Merchant Marine Institute.
"During the year the railroad
Icompany Increased Its net In-
come from $397,425 to $557.778,
according to Mr. Warren. The
Comptroller General attributed
the decline In off-shore business
[' to several factors Including the
low-cost transportation offered
to Government employes and
their families and Increased ex-
penses.
* "The Panama Railroad Compa-
ny is a wholly owned Govern-
ment corporation that conducts
, (Continued on Page s, Column I)
Delay Over Rape
Case Brings
Lawyer's Protest
y
Representing a young Puerto
.Rlcan soldier accused of rape,
Ellas Ramos Mrquez this morn-
ing protested to The Panama-
American about the delay his
client has encountered In the
Panama courts.
Ramos asserted that had ac-
cumulated ample proof that his
client Braulio Antonio Rodrl-
Fi guez Cardona of Ft. Clayton
i was innocent of a rape allegedly
),' committed in December. But, he
complained, despite voluntary
appearances by Rodriguez Car-
, dona before Panama District
Attorney Alejandro Cajar, no
action has been taken to bring
the case to court.
He also said that Cajar has
given no reason for the delay
In bringing the case to court.
On Friday the District Attorney
Initiated proceedings to extra-
f\ dlte the soldier for court action.
US Winds Up
Case Against
Collazo
PARIS, Mar. 5 (UP)The For-
eign Ministers' deputies from the
United States, Britain, France
and Russia met here at 4.15 p.m.
today to begin discussing the
agenda for a full dress Big Four
Foreign Ministers conference
later this year.
The delegations posed for a
few minutes for photographs
and then closed the doors as the
secret talks began with a short
speech of welcome by France's
Alexander Parodl.
The West entered the confer-
ence determined to reject any
Soviet attempt to hold the North
Atlan/.c nations' defense drive
or the plans for Western Ger-
man rearmament responsible for
European tension.
On its own side the West was
set to charge that Soviet and
satellite armaments were the
real cause of this tension, and
to challenge the Russians to a
full showdown on the arms
question.
A united Western front set on
a policy of "no appeasement"
confronts the Soviet delegation's
leader Andrei Gromyko.
Western representatives ap-
proached the meeting with un-
concealed optimism but were
wlllnlg to look for a change In
Russia's postwar record of non-
cooperation In dealings with the
The meeting will provide the
west with a barometer of Rus-
sia's putisent mood. The Soviet
has been pressing for a four-
power conference since last Oc-
tober.
OSCAR COLLAZO
WASHINGTON, March 5, (UP)
The United States Government
planned to complete Its case to-
day against Puerto Rlcan Na-
tionalist Oscar Collazo, charged
with killing a White House guard
during an attempt to assassinate
President Harry S. Truman last
Nov. 1.
As the second week of the trial
began the jury of nine women and
three men was scheduled to hear
more expert testimony on what
happened to the 31 bullets ex-
changed In the gun battle In
front of Blalr House, the Presi-
dent's residence.
Collazo is charged with the
first degree murder of While
House policeman Leslie Coffelt
and with murderous assault upon
two other guards.
He faces death In the electric
chair though the fatal bullet was
actually fired by Orlselio Torre-
sola, his fellow Puerto Rlcan who
was shot to death in the affray.
When Collazo testifies in his
own defense he Is expected to de-
ny he ever intended to assassin-
ate Mr. Truman. He Is expect-
ed to tell the jury that he and
Trresela Intended only to tage
a demonstration to seek support
for the Puerto Rlcan Nationalist
Party's demand for Independence
for the island possession of the
United States.
US Navy To Be Largest
In World By July,'52
By DAYTON MOORE
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP)
, By July 1 next year the United
States Navv will have a fleet of
too warships and 800,000 sailors
,by far the world's largest ar-
mada.
Present plans under the re-
armament drive call for the
operation of three battleships,
27 aircraft carriers, 19 cruisers,
250 destroyers, 100 submarines,
about 100 smaller surface com-
bat vessels and 14 task force
cnrrler air groups of about 100
. planes each.
- The fleet will also have more
than 500 support and smaller
amphibious craft, plus hundreds
o -patrol and small carrier
planes.
It will contribute more than
half of the warships of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion.
Because of the time required
to take World War II ships out
of reserve, and to bund new
ships and get delivery of New
planes, the Navy may not reach
It: planned strength till 18
months hence.
To make It more powerful
plans call for adding In three
or four years an atomic powered
submarine and a 57.500 ton
(Continued on Page S, Col. 3
Big 4 Deputies
Begin Meeting
In Paris Today
Com. David C. Lamb,
Noted Salvationist,
Due Here Tomorrow
A Salvation Army officer of In-
ternational reputation Is a pas-
senger aboard the SS Rangltata
which is due to transit the Canal
tomorrow.
Commissioner David C. Lamb.
O.M.G., LL.D., O.F., has had
many honors bestowed on him
during his 67 years of service.
Many have Included His Britan-
nic Majesty's Government and
Aberdeen University. He has also
reselved the Order oj the Found-
er which Is The Salvation Army's
most distinctive award. His
duties have taken him to many
countries.
The more Important assign-
ments of the Commissioner's
career Include private secretary
to General Bramwell Booth, sec-
ond General of The Salvation
Army; Governor of Hadleigh
Land Colony; head of the Emi-
gration and Settlement Depart-
ment; head of the International
Headquarters Intelligence Of-
fice.
Lamb, whoJias been retired for
some years. Is on his way to Eng-
land. Salvationists and many
have an opportunity of seeing
the Commissioner, tomorrow at
the Revival Meeting of the Latin
American Mission which is be-
ing held on at 7:30 p.m. In the
Pacific Clubhouse.
(NEATelephoto)
STRATEGY TALK Usinr a jeep aa a desk, Lt. Gen. Mat-
thew B. Ridgway (left) maps out Korean strategy with Lt.
Gen, Mark W. Clark. Ridgway is commanding general of the
8th Army, while Clark U Chief of Field Forces.
Attlee, Sherman
Plan To Discuss
'Admiral' Matter
LONDON, Mar. 5 (UP)Admir-
al Forrest P. Sherman, the top
United States Navy man, Is
scheduled to have a conference
today with Prime Minister Clem-
ent Attlee to talk over "the mat-
ter of the admirals"the hottest
political topic In Britain.
The report Is widespread that
United States Admiral Robert B.
Caney is to be named commander
of the combined naval forces In
the Mediterranean under Gener-
al Elsenhower's North Atlantic
command.
Give!
It Is perhaps not generally
known that the Canal Zone
Chapter runs up a sis e a b 1 e
grocery bill each month at Ca-
nal Zone commissaries.
During January of thii year,
the bill was 8945.59 for fooil
supplies for needy persons. A-
mong the articles purchased
were sugar, milk, lentils, dried
beans, rolled oats, rice, bread
and fish.
Cambodian Gift-Elephant Sounds Fine
But Truman Would Just Love A Tiger
By JAMES E. ROPER
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP). The tiny Kingdom
of Cambodia was all set today to give President Truman
a sacred elephant but that raises a mammoth prob-
lem.
Mr. Truman has no place to keep an elephant his
bak yard Is too small. And the 'Ayishmtton Zoo already
has enough elephants.
So the United States is asking cautiously Just how .
big the proposed elephant-gift is, and Is it weaned. The
United States also is suggesting politely that it might be
better for Cambodia to send a tiger. The Zoo could use
one.
Elephants are sacred in Cambodia. The National seal
pictures three of them. What is more, the King owns all
the elephants in Cambodia, including some white ones
at his capital at Pnom Penh. He Is proud of them, and
reasons that a gift-elephant to Mr. Truman would be the
highest honor he could bestow.
Washington officials, however, recall with some un-
easiness that last year Prime Minister Jawahrarlal Nehru
of India, donated two baby elephants to the local Zoo.
The United States arranged to fly them here, but they
grew so fast they couldn't get in a plane, and had to
come by ship.
They eat like mad, and the Zoo never has recovered
from the transportation charges it had to pay.
The Cambodian King, while rich In elephants, is poor
In hard currency, and would expect the United States
to carry his gift to Washington.
Maybe that is one reason the United States prefers a
tiger. An authoritative source at the State Department
said, with considerable dignity, that the preference for
the tiger had nothing to do with the fact that the ele-
phant Is the symbol of the Republican party.
Congress Rejection of Limit
On Overseas Troops Foreseen
WASHINGTON. March 5. (UP) ,
The Senate Foreign Relations |
and Armed Services Committee i
will reject overwhelmingly Re- |
publican demands that Congress i
fix a celling on the number of
American troops that can be sent
to Western Europe, a United Press
poll disclosed today.
Twenty-one of the 26 Commit-
tee members said that local lim-
itations on the U.S. troop con-
tribution to Gen. Dwight D. Eis-
enhower's unified Atlantic Pact
force would be undesirable or un-
workable.
Such limitations have been
sought by Sen. Robert A. Tan,
R., O., and some other GOP
leaders who want Congress to fix
not only a celling but also a ratio
on how many divisions Western
Europe Itself must raise.
There appeared to be no sup-
port whatever In the two Com-
mittees for a resolution sponsor-
ed by Sen. Kenneth 8. Wherry,
R., Neb., to bar any troop ship-
ments until Congress works oui a
global defense policy. It was no-
minally on Wherry's resolution
that the Committees have held
hearings.
The poll disclosed, however,
that Republican sentiment Is
strong and apparently increasing
for both the House and Senate to
take formal action authorizing
U.8. participating in Elsenhow-
er's international army.
The administration has taken
the position that President Harry
Truman has constitutional power
to send troops to Eisenhowers
command without Congressional.,
action.
The Administration view is re-
flected In the resolution which
Democratic leaders are sponsor-
ing in the two countries. It would
not have the force of law, but
would merelv express the "sense
of the Senate" that it Is a *ood
idea for President Truman to go
through with his announced plan
of committing six U.S. divisions
to Elsenhower's army.
Pedro Miguel Council
To Meet In Playshed
The Pedro Miguel Civic Coun-
cil will meet at 7:30 p. m. to-
night at the Pedro Miguel Play-
shed.
The public is urged to attend,
according to the announcement i
of the meeting.
French Chamber
Vote Seen Even
On Guy Mollet
PARIS, Mar. 5 (UP) Guy
Mollet, 45-year-old Socialist Par-
ty chief, told President Vincent
Aurlol today that he would ac-
cept the premiership.
Mollet is almost an unknown
figure abroad. He accepted the
premiership after five days of
political crisis.
Mollet told Aurlol that con-
sultatlnos with party leaders
during the past two days had
convinced him he could form a
new middle of the road coali-
tion government.
He said he would appear be-
fore the National Assembly at
3:30 p.m. tomorrow to ask for a
confidence vote endorsing him
as Prime Minister.
To win approval stocky, sandy
Mollet must get 311 of the 620
Assembly votes. Political experts
set his chances of doing so at
not much more than 50-50.
Mollet planned to set aside
for the time being the quarrel
between the middle of the road
parUes over the troublesome el-
ectoral reform Issue and to con-
centrate on the serious econom-
ic problems plaguing France.
But a strong section of the
Radical Socialists are angry at
Mollets Socialists for what they
consider "ratting" on them on
the electoral reform dispute.
If they voted against Mollet
tomorrow he might fall to win
enough votes to get confirmation
as Prime Minister.
CZ Traffic Officer
Sues Woman Driver
For $37,874 Damages
A civil suit for $37.874 damages
has been filed In the Ancon Dis-
trict Court by Canal Zone police
officer Jack E. Smith against
Mrs. Blanche A. Mclntyre of Bal-
boa.
The suit Is one of the highest
damage actions against an indi-
vidual ever filed in the Canal
Zone courts. It rises from an ac-
cident a year ago yesterday at
the intersection of Roosevelt Ave-
nue and Gorgona Road In Balboa.
Smith Is represented by Attor-
ney William J. Sheridan. Jr.
The complaint filed by Smith
states that on the afternoon of
March 4, 1950, Mrs. Mclntyre
turned left Into the path of
Smith's police motorcycle. The
motorcycle and the automobile
collided, and Smith was thrown
to the pavement, breaking a ver-
tebra In his spine. He was unable
to work from the date of the ac-
cident until Aug. 15.
Of the damages asked 35.000
Is sought for pain and suffering.
The remaining $2,874 cdvers
medical expenses and loss of sal-
ary in his job as traffic officer on
the police force.
The action is based on the
claim that, at the time of the ac-
cident Mrs. McLntyre was driv-
ing "carelessly, negligently, un-
lawfully and recklessly."
On April 12. 1950 In Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court Mrs. Mclntyre
was found guilty on a charge of
failure to use care and caution In
turning. Imposition of sentence
was suspended for one year.
One Hour's Boating
Of 57 Barracuda
Amazes Old-Timers
What Is believed to be a record
catch of barracuda on the Pacific
side of the Isthmus was claimed
Sunday when 57 of the species
were boated In less than an hour's
time near the southwest entrance
of the Canal.
Many old-timers doubted the
story of the catch and would not
be convinced until they had seen
the evidence.
(Editor's Note: Heretofore
barracuda were not thought to
inhabit the waters near the Pa-
cific entrance of the Canal.)
Members of the fishing party
Included Captain S. H. Clymer, C.
D. Clymer, C. H. Lester. E. H.
Ohman and O. R. Nelson.
The total string for the day
was 83 which Included 13 corbina.
10 bonita, two red snappers and
a shark.
All of the barracuda were filled
with roe which would Indicate
they were probable In the vicin-
ity for spawning reasons.
The boat was the Jay-Vee own-
ed by Captain J. R. Uldrlck of
Headquarters U. B. Army Carib-
bean at Fort Amador.
Reds Reported
Massing Forces
For New Attack
TOKYO, March 5 (UP) An 8th Army spearhead
drove through the East Korean mountains today only 25
miles from the 38th parallel, but fighting still raged to
the southwest.
An 8th Army communique said elements of the South
Korean 7th Division had reached the Hajinbu area in the
northernmost advance of the current allied "Killer Offen-
sive." Air spotters reported 6,500 Reds massing north of
the town.
Nine miles to the southwest United States 7th Divi-
sion forces pushed to within 500 yards of Changpyong be-
fore running into Red resistance.
Aide Refutes Tale
Caribbean Sealed
Against Submarine
KEY WEST, Flori
da, Mar. 5.(UP)
A published report that
President Harry Tru-
man had ordered the
Caribbean sea sealed
off against what,the
report described as an
unidentified submarine
there was denied today
by a White House
spokesman. He explain-
ed that "nothing like
that has been said."
It was recalled local-
ly that lat July 12,
Rear Admiral E. .W.
Hanson, then 15th Na-
val District Comman-
dant, confirmed to The
Panama American that
the Navy had receiv-
ed reports that uniden-
tified submarines had
appeared in the Carib-
bean.
The following day
Caribbean command of-
ficials denied that un-
identified subs had
been sighted but an Air
Force spokesman said
that an SB-17 had been
dispatched on a search
for a ''mystery sub" a
few days previously.
The search was nega-
tive.
Federal Pay-Raise
Hearings Under Way
Before Senate Group
Hearings started last week In
Washington on bills to raise sal-
aries of federal employes.
The first hearing, held last
Monday before a Senate subcom-
mittee was on four bills to raise
the salaries of postal workers.
Jerry Kluttz' "Federal Diary,"
a widely read Washington col-
umn, reported the following day:
"It postal employes are given
a pay raise, a similar boost will
be given to classified employes.
One won't be okayed without the
other. The full Senate Post Of-
fice & Civil Service Committee
will meet Thursday to debate
this vital policy question
should lt approve any bills that
would require additional funds
and a larger Federal budget?"
Other 7th Division units Joined
elements of the United States
2nd Division In a three pronged
attack that rammed 4,000 yards
into a Communist mountain
stronghold still farther to the
southwest.
One of the three attacking col-
umns seized high ground only
1.500 yards south of and over-
looking Taemldong, center of a
windswept plateau bristling with
guns, tunnels, log bunkers and
trenches, and manned by jp to
8,000 North Koreans.
Two air force observers re-
EDrted 50 air strikes within an
our in the Taemldong area.
French ufftts attacked to the
2nd Dlvlii battled 12 en-
trenched/ Communists at such
close quftrters four and a half
miles northeast of Hamhunfc
that Alllechplanes could not sup-
port them.
But the Alliec' air fleets found
plenty of otrW targets. Accord-
ing to the 5th Air Force they had
one of their best days in several
weeks against Communist troop
concentrations.
A p p a r e n tly undismayed by
mounting losses the Communist
command was pouring reinforce
ments and supplies to the fight-
ing front either to ward off new
United Nations blows or to pre-
pared a Red offensive.
The reinforcements were head-
ed principally toward the em-
battled central front on either
side of Hoengsong and the dor-
mat western front around Seoul.
More than 700 trucks and other
vehicles were spotted heading
south all the way from the Man-
churlan frontier to the 38th pa-
rallel last night. Many were hit
by night ttylng Allied bombers.
2 Embassy Staffers
Will Play Tonight
With RP Orchestra
Two members of the American
Embassy Staff will play with the
Panam National Symphony Or-
chestra at Its All-Amerlcan Con-
cert at the National Theater to-
night. .
They are Second Secretary Ru-
fus Z. Smith who will play In the
cello section, and Mrs. James
Walnlo (Anne Torberti who will
be among the first violinists.
The concert, sponsored Jointly
by the Panamanian Education
Ministry and the United 8tates
Embassy, will, feature modern
music by United States compos-
ers. Jt Is being played for the
first time In Panam.
President and Mrs. Arnulio
Arias and other high Panam
and United States officials will
hear the concert, which will be
conducted by Professor Walter
Myers.
Balboa Tides
Hijh Low
2:29 a.m. 14.S ft. 8:50 a.m. 0.2 ft.
3:03 p.m. 14.7 ft. 9:15 p.m. 0.4 ft.
On Barrel Head'
Policy Starting
Tomorrow At Anco
Only cash will be accepted for
purchases at Ancon Commissary
starting tomorrow morning,
changing a custom of 45 years
standing in the system of com-
missary purchases.
Effective with the new system,
all purchasers will show their
purchase authority cards to the
checkout cashlej each time they
present money for payment.
In addition to the purchase au-
thority card, those with limited
purchase authority must also pre-
sent to the cashier a cash pur-
chase card, which will be obtain-
ed from a supervising cashier.


PAGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1951
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Miracle For Bennie Bel
BY IIILMON PINEGAR
NEA Special Correspondent
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (NEA)
Seven-year-old Bennie Bell Brad-
ley is alive today because of a
modern miracle in both race re-
lations and the medical profes-
sion.
One chilly day last May. ana
was warming herself at a wood
cookstove in the cabin of her fa-
ther, L. W. Bradley, a farmer of
poor means at Sledge, Miss. She
got too close, and her dress
caught fire.
By the time the flames had
been smothered, the skin had
been seared from about 70 ptr
cent of Bennie Bell's body. Per-
sons so badly burned don't usual-
ly survive.
When she was sent to a Mem-
phis hospital, a well-known plas-
tic surgeon recognized her plight
and took her case. Then he ap-
pealed to Memphians'to donate
some of their skin to cover Ben-
nie Bell's body until she grew
enough of her own skin for graft-
ing.
The surgeon's appeal was re-
layed to the public through the
Meaiphis Press-Sclmttar, and he
was deluged with offers.
Since then, eight white persons
and two Negroes each gave up
about 40 square inches of their
skin for the little colored girl.
Bennie Bell has undergone fo'ir
operations for grafting her own
skin.
Mississippi Crippled Children's
Society paid for her hospltaliza-
tion. and medical care was dona-
ted by the surgeon.
The surgeon says it's the first
case in the U. S. in which the skin
of both whites and Negroes has
been transferred to the same bo-
dy.
To Bennie Bell, though, It's all
BENNIE BELL BRADLEY: To
her, the skin was all the same.
the same; she's well now except
for a little scar tissue on .
which will be attended to lj
on.
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OMAHA, Neb. (UP) It was a
case of overly strong tonic In a
raid on a barber shop here. Mor-
als squad officers raided the bar-
ber shop and found 106 bou:es
of liquor behind a wall in a con-
cealed cabinet. The barber is ac-
cused of selling liquor without a
license.
After my teammates won the
world's championship in Ber-
muda last November, all of the
international bridge stars took
a busman's holiday by compet-
ing in a tournament for pairs.
One of the American pairs gave
a good account of itself in the
hand shown today.
The bidding was aggreslve on
both sides, probably too aggres-
sive. Part of the reason was
that three of the players had
just finished the long grind of
the team match and were there-
lore inclined to be a bit on the
giddy side. It was the fourth
player, however, who had all
the work to do.
That playe rwas Alfred Sheln-
wold, well-known New York
expert, who proceeded to play
the South hand as though he
could see through the backs of
the cards.
West, a famous Swedish play-
er, opened a low club, and East
won with the ace. A trump lead
would have been better, but
West couldn't know that.
East returned the deuce of
diamonds, and West's ten forced
out dummy's king. Dummy re-
turned a diamond, and East
feeling strapped for a good
lead, led his remaining da-1
mond. South played low, and
dummy ruffed with the low
trump.
Shelnwold could now afford
to lose only two tricks, and lclt
sure because of the penalty
double that he was bound to
lose two trump tricks. He also
had the queen of diamonds to
take care of and therefore
couldn't afford to draw trumps
in a hurry.
After some thought he ruffed
a club and cashed three rounds
of spades without taking the
precaution of leading trumps.
He next ruffed another club,
thus reducing East to his four
trumps.
At this point declarer led the
queen of diamonds. West cover-
ed with the ace of diamonds,
and the king of hearts was
played from dummy. East had
to overruff with the ace of
hearts since otherwise declarer
would have eight tricks and
would make his ninth by ruf-
fing a club with the Jack of
hearts.
East then cashed the queen
of hearts, capturing dummy's
ten of hearts, but also drop-
ping his partner's eight. At this
point East had left the nine and
six of hearts, while South had
the jack and seven. When East
led the six of hearts, Sheinwold
confidently finessed the seven,
thus making his contract.
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MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPn
PAGE
GIVE! Red Cross contributions rolled In on Wednesday at the openlnc of the Albrook Air
Force Base Red Cross drive as airmen made their donations across the pay table. M/S(t.
E. P. Riley (right), chief clerk of base operations, receives his membership card from Set.
Gny Davis. I.t. Col. T. B. Stewart la chairman of the drive. The Albrook goal has been set
at S1.5N.M.__________________________________________________________(U.S. Air Force photo)
Auto Companies Will Follow
GM Example on Higher Wages
DETROIT, March 5, (UP)
General Motors has announced
five-xent hourly wage Increases
for In 434,000 employes and oth-
er auto companies are expect od
to follow suit under their cost-of-
Uvlng contracts.
The auto Industry will shell
out between $17,000,000 and $20.-
000,000 In pay Increases during
the next three months under
cost-of-living contracts with the
01O United Auto Workers.
How much of this the govern-
ment will allow to be passed on to
eonsumers In the way of further
ear price boosts will be decided in
May when another review of au-
to prices is scheduled by the Of-
fice of Price Stabilization.
The exact amount it will cost
auto companies to compensate
for the rising cost of living for
more than 800.000 employes has
not been set. The Bureau of La-
bor statistics revising its meth-
od of fixing costs issued two
cost Indexes.
Under the old one, auto work-
ers stand to get a five-cent hour-
ly boost. The new index, which
takes in a wide new range of
Hems, would permit only four-
cent boosts.
Which will be used In comput-
ing auto workers' pay is being
negotiated between the UAW and
the auto companies. The UAW, it
was understood. Is holding out
for the higher figure.
At four-cents an hour, bas?d
on a 40-hour week, it would cos
uto companies around $16.560.
000 in the next three months af-
ter which wages will be review-
ed again. The five-cent figure
would mean about $3,000,000 (m>
more.
The industry received a long-
awaited three and one-half per
cent increase in car prices this
week. It was an interim affair,
and Price Stabilizer Michael Di
Salle said further adjustments
might be made after 60 days.
It is no secret that the indus-
try is not satisfied with the in-
terim lncreaie. although there
has been no official comment.
And with big pay boosts in the
offing, automakers stand to like
it even less.
They would like to see at )east
another two or three per cent
tacked on to the present three
and one-half per cent to com-
pensate for higher wages and
higher unit costs because of
smaller production volume.
Hardest hit have been the
smaller independent companies
feeling the price squeeze by parts
suppliers. But the Korean war
round of wage increases last
year cut into profits of them all
For example. Chrysler Corpora-
tion ! third biggest in the world
set new dollar and unit sales
records, but wound up making
$4.000.000 less last year than it
did in 1949.
Treasury-Federal Reserve
Battle Of Bonds Resolved
WASHINGTON, March 5. (UP)
The bitter Treasury Federal
Reserve Board fight over low in-
terest rates on Government bonds
was resolved here when the
Treasury agreed to' a slightly
higher rate on a new securities
issue.
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder announced that he
will offer soon a new series of
long-term non-marketable bonds
at 2-3i per cent Interest in ex-
change for an outstanding Issue
which bears a 2-4 per cent rate.
This represents a modification
of the Treasury's position in a
long fight with the Board. A
Board majority had demanded a
halt to "easy credit" policies
which, it said, were undermining
the value of the dollar.
The Board never had specified
how high it thought the interest
rate should goexcept to argue
that it should be high enough to
put a brake on inflation, espe-
cially inflationary bank credit.
The agreement followed a
White House meeting last Mon-
day attended by representatives
of the Treasury, the Federal Re-
serve Board, the Securities and
Exchange Commission. Defense
Moblllzer Charles E. Wilson, and
the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers.
At that time. Mr. Truman said
he wanted an agreement on Gov-
ernment fiscal policies within 10
days.
The agreement is, in effect!, a
compromise but one in which the
Treasury did some capitulating.
Mr. Truman, in a special state-
ment issued from his Key West,
Fla vacation retreat, hailed the
announcement, made Jointly by
theTreasury and Board, as a "ve-
ry Important step forward" In
assuring the government's abili-
ty to finance its need for defense
billions.
He described It as a "full ac-
cord" on managing the govern-
ment debt In a way to finance
new securities issues without
shaking the value of outstanding
bonds and at the same time pre-
vent creation of new Inflationary
credit.
One official indicated the new
mechanism of financing may
soak up as much as $5.000.000.000
which otherwise would turn into
quick and easy credit and there-
by keep the spiral of inflation
rising.
Baber Works on One Leg
SOMERVILLE, Mass. UP)
Parker M. Duggan, a one-
legged barber, has persisted In
t'.-.e trade despite a boyhood
accident. He stands long hours
ut his work with a single cutih
Scholarship Info
Now Being Displayed
Al CZ Jr. College
A large number of college cfc-
talogs and detailed Information
en scholarships for women is now
on display at the Junior College.
The display was arranged by the
Canal Zone College Club.
Prior to putting the catalogs
and information on exhibit at
the Junior College, the Club held
a tea for 25 women students of
the College at the home of Su-
perintendent of Canal Zone
Schools and Mrs. Lawrence John-
son on Saturday afternoon.
More than 100 members of the
club were present to explain to
the students about their own col-
leges programs'for scholarships
and self-help.
The College Club, In Its 25
years of existence, has helped 30
Canal Zone women to continue
their educations In the United
States, either through Its own
annual scholarship or through
scholarships which it obtained lor
local girls.
Its annual $400 scholarship
will be awarded to a graduate of
the Jr. College at the organiza-
tion's spring luncheon in May.
Ex-WAC Confesses
She Knifed Hubby
For 'Thing' Slur
TORONTO. March 5. (UP)
A former Canadian WAC told po-
lice today she stabbed her hus-
band to death with a batcher
knife because they couldn't agree
on what "The Thing" was.
Police charged 24-year-old Ma-
rie Lopees with murder. They
said she admitted stabbing her
husband, John 26, through the
heart in their basement apart-
ment early today after an argu-
ment which started In a beer
parlor.
Detective sergeant Lloyd Pat-
tlson said "she fold me the argu-
ment started over 'The Thing.'
They couldn't agree on what "it
was."
"The Thing" is the title of a
popular song about a man who
finds a box containing something
Identified only as "The Thing,"
and loses all his friends when ne
hows it around.
"She said she thought 'The
Thing' was a new song called
"The Face,' and her husband said
that her face was 'The Thing,"
the detective sergeant said.
Mrs. Lopees told authorities
the argument went on after she
and her husband returned to
their apartment where their 3-
year-old daughter was sleeping
In a crib.
She stabbed her husband with
the eight-inch knife In the kit-
chen and he staggered down the
cellar steps, where police found
the body.
Acheson Answers Young Marine
On Why's' of US Foreign Policy
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP) gamethat's why they lose the.young Moullette would come to
If you were Secretary Of State
Dean Acheson. how would you
answer a boy who asks like
an echo from your own heart:
"Do I have to fight and may-
,be die in Korea and why do
'it"
The question is hard; the an-
swer harder. Especially when
the boy is a Marine, Cpl. John
B. Moullette, 24, of Camden, N.
J., ready to go himself but feel-
ing the President's foreign po-
licy is "all fouled up."
Acheson used two weeks to
draw up a 1,000-word reply to
Moullette's father who had ask-
ed himhow to answer the boy.
Summed up, It was: There are
many terrible heartbreaks In
this course of action, but there
Is no easier way to peace."
The State Department releas-
ed the exchange last night and
in its prosaic mimeographed
handout was the fury of the ar-
gument that means so much in
every American home right
now. Here is the way it went,
from the worried son to the con-
cerned father and then to Ache-
son:
Moulette, only 24 and station-
ed at Camp Pendleton, Cal., got
to thinking about it all and on
Jan. 16 he wrote his father,
Clarence E. Moullette. civil de-
fense aide to the Mayor of Cam-
den.
Just the night before, he said,
the boys were talking over a
beer in the "slop-shop" and they
peace. Besides, he said, John- see that Korea already has prov-
nle's letter "reflects the loose jed much. He said this proof ln-
thinking on the part of many
of our legislators and publish-
ers."
"I hope you will help me with
this letter to my son." he said.
Acheson studied it over lor
two weeks and on Feb. 23, Just
before leaving for a brief Ber-
muda vacation, he repied.
It reminded him. Acheson said,
of 10 years ago when he talked
with friends on the same prob-
lem before his own son went to
war.
"I thought then," Acheson
said, "and I think now that the
real problem lies deeper than
the questioning of particular de-
cisions even the Important
ones which distress your son.
"It lies In the fact for
which we may thank God
that these boys have been
brought up in the fundamental
decency and Tightness of Amer-
ican life."
But, Acheson said, instead ot
lives of peace and Justice, young
people go on to, find instead
hardship, loneliness, uncertain-
ty, danger and separations from
their family and their frlenas.
"The fact that this happens
to them because some distant
and shadowy figures in the
Kremlin, controlling millions of
people far from them, are set-
ting out to make impossible such
lives as they had every right
thought the morale of the fight- Ia1, noP l have, does not help
ing men was low because they tnelr, frustration and bitter-
i . a > noce AilVinervn -
Escaped Convict
Who Threatened Wife
Captured In Chicago
CHICAGO. Mar. 5 (UP)Dom-
inick Carlino. 45, who escaped the
Du Page county jail with five oth-
er men and allegedly kidnaped
and threatened to kill his wife,
was captured today cowering be-
hind a kitchen door.
A police squad broke Into the
home of a friend of Carlino's and
found the fugitive lying on a
couch. He sprang up and dashed
behind the door, pleading "Don't
shoot, don't shoot."
The arrest was the first In an
Intensive manhunt under way
since the six prisoners broke out
of jail early yesterday.
Last night two others entered
a home on the North Side, tied
up four members of a family and
fled with $1,700.
In a statement to police. Car-
lino admitted taking his wife,
feel the American people aren't
behind them.
"The majority." he said, "were
complaining about the way we
were tricked into this.
"Don't you think that our
'foreign policy' is fouled up a
bit? The needless waste of life
In Korea, on both sides, is
shameful to the human race.
Fighting won't settle anything.
"I thought that only Congress
could declare war. Whv doesn't
Congress either declare war
against Red China or stop Tru-
man from sending American
troops throughout the world?
Whv should we take the brunt
of it all?
"I believe that the people at
our level want only peace but
that the leaders (including Tru-
man) are afraid to admit they
are wrong and are ashamed to
admit it for fear they will lose
face. It looks that way, Dad!"
It was signed, "Love, John-
nie."
Johnnie said In a P. S.: "I may
be a rebel but these are my own
thoughts and convictions."
The elder Moullette sent his
son's note on to Acheson, say-
ing he himself was Involved in
a family split on the subject.
The father said he feels our
foreign policy ought to be "fluid"
to meet changing situations and
he had predicted an outbreak
like Korea. ,
He said his family call him a
"warmonger" for such predic-;
tions.
He said sometimes the Amer-
ican people act like winning a
war Is like winning a football
Alice. 30, for a ride yesterday, but
said nothing about threatening
to kill her.
Mrs. Carlino had reported that
her husband slapped her brutal-
ly and threatened her life until
he was dissuaded by two other
fugitives who were with him. Lat-
er she was released.
Carlino was found In the home
of Mrs. Anna Besslle by police
who had been keeping a watch on
the homes of his friends and rel-
atives. Mrs. Besslle said Carlino
was godfather to her son, Dom-
inlck. 2.
The fugitive told police that he
was not originally a party to the
Jail break, but heard the five oth-
ers saw their way to freedom and
later followed them. The Jail is
at Wheaton, 111., near Chicago.
ness," Acheson said
"This agony of spirit, so un-
derstandable and right, makes it
hard to believe that so mons-
trous an evil can exist In a
world based upon infinite mercy
and Justice.
"While this government is
moving ahead with its effort to
find Justice and peace, it is at
the same time protecting itself
from being overrun by Moscow
tyranny.
"Unless we are strong enough
we and the other free nations
to prevent the Soviet rulers
from extending their control
over the entire world, then we
shall never have the chance to
help build the kind of a world
we want."
Acheson expressed hope that
eluded the showing that the
United Nations is willing to
fight for freedom and that, by
standing firm against aggres-
sion, this government is doing
its best to prevent a new world
war.
"The heroic sacrifices which
are now being made in Korea
may enable the world to pass
through this time of hosUM:
and tension without the catas
trophe. the greater destruction
and the Immeasurably greater
sacrifice of a world conflict." hj
said.
Acheson said It was good thai*
questions should be raised by a#
man like a Marine corporal.
"But what Is important." ho!
added. "Is that we feel, and that
all our young people feel, a*
strong faith In the validity and!
the reality of the ideals on)
which this country was founded*
and on which It now endeavors,
to guide Its actions."
"So long as our yount people!
are steadfast in this faith, wel
can be assured of the vitality
of our society, and its ability Wj
to on meeting the challenges oh
the future," he said.
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MONDAY, MARCH 5, ItSt
Cristobal Shoots For Second Half Title Tonight
Leaders, Diablo At Balboa;
Brewers Score 3-2 Victory
CANAL ZONE LEAGUE
The Standings
STRAIGHT SEASON
Teams Won
Cristobal .......24
Balboa........II
Diablo........11
SECOND HALF
Cristobal ....... 11
Balboa ...... 9
Diablo ......... 4
Lost
11
17
25
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7
12
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'Fixer' Jailed After Making
Bribe Offer To U.S.C. Player
\r
The league leading Cristobal Mottas attempt to
clinch the sacond half of the Canal Zone Baseball League
race tonight when they play the last place Diablo Ron
Montezumas at Balboa Stadium.
. A win for the Mottas will give
them the second half crown plus
the 1951 Canal Zone League
Championship which they have
'already clinched.
The league championship was
decided on the basis of the
straight season standings.
The Balboa Brewers edged the
Montezumas 3-2 last night at the
Balboa Stadium to keep alive
their hopes of winning the second
naif title.
Charlie Hlnz twirled a neat five
hitter for the Brewers to nip John
Uber in a tight pitcher's battle.
Uber gave up seven hits.
Three of the Brewers' safeties
came in the seventh inning in
which they scored twice to wrap
up the game.
Mottas Edged Balboa. 5-4
Saturday night at Mount Hopo
doubles in four times to the plat-
t*r-
Humberto Robinson went the
distance for Mottas getting credit
for his eighth win. Robinson had
a rough first inning as Balboa
laced out four hits and scored
three runs. Kennedy put one over
the right field fence in the sec-
ond frame to put the Brewers out
in front. 4-0. From the second in-
ning on Robinson twirled a red
hot game as he scattered three
hits and held the Brewers score-
less.
Willie Williams, Balboa's lean
southpaw, turned In a five hitter
and would have had himself a
victory if his teammates had giv-
en better support. Mottamen tal-
lied five runa but only two of
them were of the earned-run va-
riety. ..
The fielding gem of the night
was made by Scooter Koshorelc in
the sixth frame. Joe Cicero
Park the Mottamen squeezed
.through to a 5-4 vlctorv over the pumped a short flv into cenier-
Balboa Brewers. Rov Kennedy, a field that looked like a sure base
left-handed outfielder, surprised hit. Koshorek went tearing back
everybody by turning in a fine job
' as a catcher. Rov also had a ter-
rific night at the plate as he
smashed out a homer and two
to make a great catch. To add In-
sult to tnjurv. Scooter whirled
and threw to first base to get
Qradv Wilson for a double play.
Inter-Club Affair Down To
Panama Vs. Summit Battle
5

LA
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The Standings
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 5 (UP)
Police jailed Albert R. Scroggins,
30, yesterday on charges of of-
fering a 11500 bribe to a Univer-
sity of Southern California bas-
ketball player to throw Saturday
night's championship game with
the University of California at
Los Angeles.
The alleged bribe attempt was
reported by USO Guard Ken
Flower, who told detectives
8croggins contacted him at the
hotel where the team was quar-
tered just prior to the game and
offered him $1,000 to see that the
Trojans lost by 12 points.
Flower said he was offered an-
other $500 for any additional
team members who would help
throw the game. Instead. Flower
reported the incident to police
and the Trojans went on to win
an upset 43 to 41 victory, knot-
ting the race for the Pacific Coast
Conference Southern
championship.
Division

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Amador ...................
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'fhnkus-Jack Hammond.
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Macarrn -Rodhfuei ... 3
Mltten-Galindo...... 3
^eihanno-Westmann. ... 3
4Jchmitt-Cli*bee...... 3
L/Valdei-Chandack..... 3
Dehlinscr-Brown..... I'4.
Hunsicker-Novry. .... i'i
. derrans-Raymond..... 3
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Bud Hsmmond-Stall. I'i
V. Lombroia-Garrlel....
(iraham-Flemming. ... ';
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William-Brothers.....
Miranda-Jim Thompson Yt
Halligan-Forrest..... 'i
Murray-Gardner..... Hi
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FORT DAVIS 1
Kulikowskl-Mau......
Cantrell-Hurdle......
Hlpson-Doerr......
Slaughter-Bradley.....
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Hunter-Higglnbotham. .
J. Rilev-McCarthy ... 0
Mandeville-C. Thompson >i
Zilkie-Livlngston..... .<
Hayden-Pumpelly..... 0
Scroggins. arrested by detec-
tives who_"staked out" his hotel
room during the game, denied the
charges but allegedly told offi-
cers:
"I've got to dummy up or else
I'd get my head blown off."
Flower told police Scroggins
first contacted him Saturday by
telling another player, Byron Van
Alstyne, Flower's roommate, he
wished to buy tickets to the game.
Flower said Scroggins Invited
him to a room In the same down-
town hotel.
In the hotel room Scroggins
told him betting odds favored a
UCLA victory by 4' points.
Flower said, the player said he
was offered the bribe If he could
be sure the Bruins won by 12
points.
Flower said he agreed to meet
Scroprglns later In the hotel room
but instead contacted Assistant
Coach Al Conti, who notified au-
thorities. Police instructed Flow-
er to keep the appointment, but
Scroggins did not return until
later Saturday nigh^
Meantime, the team was sent
to the game after Coach Forrest
Twogood told players of the al-
leged fix attempt. Detectives J.
A. Di Betta and H. B. Benton of
the police bunko, squad remain-
ed in Scroggins' hotel room and
arrested- him when he returned.
The officers said Scroggins told
them:
"I don't know any basketball
players on USC's team. In fact, I
didn't even know the team was
at the hotel. You guys know I've
got to dummy up or else I'd get
my head blown off. I've been ar-
rested about 40 times but I've al-
ways beat the rap."
Police said Scroggins had a rec-
ord of arrests In Ban Antonio,
Tex., Hot Springs. Ark. and Los
Angeles. He served a six-months
sentence for robbery In Birming-
ham, Ala., officers said.
Pitchers' Battle
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TRACK CHAMP COPS CLASSIC Antonio Angulzola's sterling English six-year-old thorough-
bred Royal Coup yesterday afternoon raced to a sensational victory in the $3.000 added Fran-
cisco Arlas Paredes Classic at Juan Franco Track. Excellently ridden by jockey Bias Agulrre,
the track champ under 128 pounds overcame a bad start, weaved in and out of close
quarters then'fairly flew down the homestretch to snatch victory from the fast-stepping Welsh
Loch who was ridden by Chilean ace Jose "Paco" Bravo. Cheiiberlbin was third and Pinar*
fourth.
Argentina Holds Substantial
Lead Over Rival United States
BUENOS AIRES. Mar. 6 (UP>
Host Argentina today held a sub-
stantial lead over their nearest
rivalthe United Statesin the
official overall standings in the:
first Pan-American Oames as the
second week of competition open-
ed, but the United States was way
out front in track and field
events.
Based on ten points for first
Elace, six for second, four for
hlrd, three for fourth, two for
fifth and one for sixth,
standings were: Argentina
ferred for an hour before giving
Stone first place. Esteban Fekete
of Argentina was fourth, Guiller-
mo Salas Aravena of Chile fifth
and Efraln Reclnos of Argentina
sixth.
Mai Whltfleld of the United
States also took his second gold
medal by capturing the 400-meter
run in 47.1 seconds. Teammate
Hugo Maiocco was second and
Herb McKenlev of Jamaica, who
holds the world record of 49 see-
the ; onds flat, was third, John Volght
803, | of the U. S. was fourth, Angel
United States 600. Mexico 256,; Garcia Delgado of Cuba fifth and
Brazil 205. Cuba 200, Chile 130, Gustavo Ehlers of Chile sixth.
Per 83, Trinidad 29, Venezuela In swimming finals, TeUuo
18, Colombia 14, Ecuador 13, Okomato of Brazil won the men's
Guatemala 13, Jamaica 12. PAN- 400-meter freestyle race in four
Diablo ..
Diablo
Yaeger, cf
Wood, ss . .
Filo, lb ... .
Ganss. c . .
Peussey, rf .
Stopa. Joe, 3b
Gill 2b ....
Giessell. If .
Uber, p . .
AB.R
AB R
4 1
HPO
HPO
Totals.....32 2 5 24 12 0
The Inter-Club golf matches, as toughies had a field day with Da-
expected, boiled down to a two-
team battle for honors yesterday
when the favored Panam and
Summit teams romped to easy
victories over the tough Brazos
Brook layout.
Summit continued to show sur-
prising strength as they wallop-
ed an overrated Amador contin-
gent 6'2 to 3'j. while Panam
made merry at the expense of the
woefully weak Fort DavL- squad.
This score was 29 to 1.
The Summit "sweater
vis. Both MacMurray and Mac-
arrn turned in cards of 71, best
for the day.
Balboa-
Kennedy, cf .
Hardin, ss .
Leftridge. 3b.
Wilson, 2b .
Cicero. If .
Williams, lb .
Llndly. c . .
Dewey. rf
AB
. 4
. 3
. 4
. 4
3
3
3
4
Next week the play shifts to
Amador where Summit and Pan-
! ama will come to grips in the
i "croociaP round. While they are
at each other's throats. Brazos
l and Davis will play for whatever
I Is left... The Brazos course was
1 in fine shape, although to some
! the foresf-llnen fairways seemed
girls," i awful narrow. The greens were |
Hlnz. p.....3
HPO
2 3
Totals.....31 3 7 27 9 0
Score by Innings
Diablo
Balboa
000 010 0012
001 000 2003
Runs Batted InLeftridge 2.
AMA 11, Haiti 7, Paraguay 3, and
El Salvador 2.
In track and ield events: Unit-
ed States 183, Argentina 123. Bra-
zil 52, Cuba 36. Chile 25, Jamaica
12. Colombia 11, Peru 9, Trinidad
6, Mexico 5, Guatemala 3, Para-
guay 2, Ecuador J.
The United States quintet de-
feated Panam 90 to 56 in basket-
ball. For the U. 8. Barksdale with
17.0'Nell 13 and Babcock 13 were
hlghscorers. For Panama Arose-
mena with 11. Jan 10 and Luz-
cando 10 were high men.
A crowd of 70,000 jammed-the
huge River Plata Stadium and
saw U. 8. athletes win only two
finals in track and field events
Sunday.
Curtis Stone grabbed his sec-
ond gold medal In the 3.00C-me-
ter steeplechase, finishing shoul-
der to shoulder with teammate
Browning Ross in nine minutes
32 seconds with Pedro Caffa of
Argentina thlr dabout 100 yards
behind.
Stone was actually leading in
the homestretch but waited for
Ross to finish with him to share
honors. Confused Judges con-
minutes 52.4 seconds. William
Heuaner of the United States was
second, Tenatlua Gutirrez of
Mexico third. Louis Child of Co-
lombia fourth, Federico Zwanck
of Argentina fifth, Carlos Bocich
of Argentina sixth.
Allen Stack of the United
States took the men's 100-meter
freestyle event in one minute
eight seconds. Pedro Galvao of
Argentina was second. Burwell
Jones of the United States third,
Clementin Mejia fourth, 11 o
Montelronda Fonseca of Braall
fifth and Fernando Pavan of Bra-
zil sixth.
In women's swimming, Charon
Geary copped the 100-meter free-
style. Jacqueline Lawren of the
United States was second and
Maria Schultz of Argentina was
third. Eileen Holt of Argentina
fourth, Magda Bruggeman of
Mexico fifth and Piedade Cou-
tlnho Da Silva Tavarez of Brazil
sixth.
Brazil beat Chile 58-39 In bas-
ketball.
Chile's versatile Hernn Figue-
roa Bueg led the decathlon after
Gun Club Diotes
IN .$ CALIBER RIFLE BOOT I
Bill Jaffray of the Albrook-Curundu Gun Club eked out a
elose victory in the 30-06 rifle match held Sunday at Far Fan,
when he fired 190 out of 196 to beat out Major Oeorg H. Duck-
worth of the 33rd Infantry, who competed for the Balboa Oun
Club. Major Duckworth also fired 190, and he ana Jatfray were
also tied with 134 out of 13S in the rapid fire stage of the match.
Jaffray won out on the strength of one point on his standing
core, IS to 17.
in third place was Fred Well* of the Balboa Oun Club, with
18S. Wells fired a perfect 136 on the rapid fire stage of the
match. Jack "Peep Sight" O'Connell fired a perfect score stand-
big, ( but the pressure of living up to this performance for the
rest of the match got him down, and his final score did nob
place among the winners.
Although the top acores were excellent, the general average
was not up to the overall performance of two weeks ago. There
were plenty of shooters out. and it looks like the big team match
scheduled for March ISth over this same course of fire will be
as popular as ever, a* about eight teams are already scheduled
to be on the line. Efforts are now in progrese to see if it will
be possible to hold this match at Empire. Work on the rehabi'
lltation of this range has just been completed, and local big bore
enthusiasts are anxious to hold the big match on this fine mili-
tary range.
Major Duckworth's excellent*performance In Sunday's match
was the climax of a climb through the competitive ranks, and la
a fine example of the benefits of constant competitive shooting.
It there ate any more like him over at the 33rd, thev could of-
fer dangerous competition to any of the local teams. It is also
regrettable that the 45th Cavalry is not expecting to have -a,
team In the big team match; they have won H for the last two
years, retiring the Schenley Trophy, and the other teams would
like another crack at them.
The total of the Balboa Gun Club's fiye high scores in Sun-
day's match was 931. an excellent team score, and one which
makes them the team to beat in the match on March 18th.
There will be another tryout match over the same course at Far
Fan starting 8:30 a.m. on Sunday. March 11th. This match will
be sponsored by the Balboa Gun, and like Sunday's match, will
be under the direction of Al Joyce, Rifle Manager of that Club.
This will give the boys aft adltional chance to get in some com-
petitive practice before the big match.
The scores in Sunday's match ware as follows:
Competitor Club Slow I
BUI Jaffray Albrook-Curundu ........ 5*
Oeorge Duckworth Balboa ............ SS
Fred Wells Balboa .................... 61
Sturtevant Todd Balboa .............. 64
Earl Foster Balboa ................... 66
Archie Turner Balboa ................ II
Al Joyce Balboa ...................... 64
Ervln Schrunk Marine Barracks ...... 51
R. C. Stringer Marine Barracks ...... 53
Andrew Pompura Marine Barracks ___ 55
Paul J. LaRochelle Marine Barracks .50
Robert M. Harris Marine Barracks___ 49
H. M. McKenna Marine Barracks...... 53
64
Jack Ellis Marine Barracks .......... 50
Lew Ryan Balboa ................... BO
Bob Demlng Albrook-Curundu ........ SI
Jack O'Connell Balboa ................ 62
Jimmy Weeks Marine Barracks ...... 4A
Cliff Brewster Albrook-Curundu ___.. 61
Ciarence Mays Marine Barracks ...... 46
Wayne Lucas Balboa .................. 62
William Way Marine Barracks ........ 48
William Donaleskl Marine Barracks ..51
Sherwood stacv Balboa .............. 50
Ted Albrltton Balboa ................ 50
Virgil Worsham Albrook-Curundu .... 47
George Parish Albrook-Curundu ...... 41
Jim Grade Albrook-Curundu.......
Paul LaLonde -- Afbrook-Ourundu ...
five events yesterday with 3638 ^ard N sTorksttAtoKiiad.i
points with Hernn Alzamora of '
Peru second with 3383 and Enri-
que Salazar of Guatemala third
with 2426.
Argentine hopes in this event
suffered a blow when the favor-
ite, Enrique Kristenmacher, in-
jured his leg In the broad jump
and withdrew.
Argentina defeated Cuba, 72-56
In basketball.
In baseballColombia 5. Brazil
3; Cuba 18, Argentina 0 (seven
innings': Mexico 4, Nicaragua 2;
OS. Venezuela 5.
The United States' victory over
Venezuela, however, was protest-
ed. John Johnson of the U. 8.,
whose grand slam homer was the
dlfierence In the game, was
claimed to be batting out of or-
der to the llnescore In the official
scorer.'s possession.
The United States manager
contended that Johnson was bat-
ting in the correct position ac-
cording to the umpire's line-up
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Army Sports
The Albrook Flyers won their
eighth straight game yesterday
to keep their undefeated record
in the U8ARCARIB League clean
by downing Coroaal. 21-8.
Fort Kobbe won one and lost
one over the week end to main-
tain a one-game margin over Ft.
Clayton.
WEEK END RESULTS
Sunday
Fort Amador 6. Fort Kobbe 4.
Albrook 21. Corozal 8.
Atl. Sector 11, Ft. Clayton 8.
Saturday
Ft. Clayton 17, Ft. Amador 6.
Ft. Kobbe 1, Atlantic Sector 0.
Coroaal 7. West Bank 1.
Who blossomed forth all decked i hi good putting shape but they, Wilson, Gill, Wood. Earned Runs
out in monogrammed jerseys, must rate as the toughest In the z~Dlab,2.,2:.Baa.3- ~eli "
smacked the aaylights out of A- world to hit and hang on to. Ku-1 BasesDiablo g, Balboa 8. Three
mador although their top team of! dos go to the host club members I Base HitYaeger. Two Base Hits
George Riley and Gene Hochsted- for the day they handled the Je Stopa. Oil Stolen Bases
ler fell before the sharpshooting
of Buddy Hammond and Harvey
Beall. Only one other Summit
team came out on the short end
as the Amador stalwarts fell by
ttie wayside
very neat and efficient job
One Fort Davis player lost 13
you count 'emgolf balls before
he got to No. 15 and he had to fin-
ish with a ball borrowed from
With Open Champion Johnny i Matt ShannonJust sllghtlv er-
*J*acMurray and Pro Anbal Mac-1 ratic.. .Panam almost didn't
arron leading the way, Panama's have a full team but Stan Brown
matches and kept the scores-a Gressell. GUI Leftridge. Wild
. ea_> r\-l ( ,1 *..' ITknr ill C t run fulll Wl'
PitchesUber (2i.Struckoutby
Uber 6. Hinz 3. Base on Balls off
Uber 4. Hlnz 5. UmpiresCor-
rigan and Levy. Time of Oame
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Stan and Dick Dehllnger paired
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one of the duos to lose a half point 2Welsh Loch $6.20, $3 80
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Sin Fin $8.60. $8.40,12.20.
2Recodo $33.40. $9.80
2*Opex $2.80.
Duque $2.40.
Dead Heat.
SECOND RACE
1 Grito y Plata $5.80, $2.60.
2 Robin Hood $2.40.
First Doubles: (Sin Fin-Grito
y Plata) 7.
THIRD RACE
1B'nas Tardes $3.60. $3.40, $2.20,
2Romntico $3.20, $2.20.
3-Peggy $2.20.
Third Race One-Two: (Buenas
Tardes-Romntico) Slt.M.
FOURTH RACE
1Fonseca $14. $1.60. $5.80.
2Caaveral iei $4.40, $3.20.
3Don Catallno $4.60.
Fourth Race Quiniela: (Fonse-
ca-L'aaveral) S24.6S.
FIFTH RACE
1Frutal $3. $2.80, $2.20.
2Costina $3.80. $2.40.
3Haste Star $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1In Time $14.40, $520, $3 60.
2Pamphlet $46.20, $9.60.
3Bendigo $5.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Don Salomon $4. $3 20, $2.80.
2Navajo Trail $3.80, $2.40.
3Dust Over $2.40.
Second Doubles: (In Time-Don
Salomon) $39.
EIGHTH RACE
1Royal Coup $4 60, $3, $2 80.
when they were unfortunate en-
ough to run Into a gent named
Mandcville who was the hottest
Duvis golfer on the course (next
to Mike Kulikowski who had to
square off with Kingpin Mac-
Murray .. .8ummlt Is planning a
four platoon system to stop Mac-
p46
h $6.2
3Cherlberibln $3
Eighth Rare Quiniela: (Royal
Coup-Welsh Loch) $1.
NINTH RACE
1Pulgarcito $3.60. $2.80. $2.40.
2Gay Ariel (Disqualified for
weight shorta
3El Monge
>rtage >
$4.40. $2.
80.
Murray next week. Hochstedler Is 4^Baby Betty $2.60.
going to hammerlock him whUe Ninth Race One-Two: (Pulgar-
voung Hammond climbs in his cito-EI Monge) S1I.2*.
hair... Summit used the 14-year-1 TENTH RACE
old Hammond yesterday for the i 1Dallla P. $2.80, $2 20
first time and the kid's team I 2 Mene $2.20.
grabbed two and a half points. ELEVENTH RACE
which is almost as good aa Don 1La Loba $3.40. $2 20
McNevin would have done. 2Hortensia $2 20.
OFFICIAL LIST OF HE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
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The nine hundred whole tickets ending in t and not Included in the above list win Fifty-Twe DeUars (IS.M)
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprise the two aeries "A" and "B".
Signad trv: JOS! DOMINGO SOTO Governor ot the Provine* of Manama
JUAN AROBEMENA Q., Representative of Ministry of Treasury.
WITNESSES:
Luis Lay O .Cdula No. S0-3BO
Gilberto GuardiaCdula No. 47-2237
ROOILIO AVILA P,
Notary Public, Panam
DAVID O. MBDINA
Secretary
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MISS LIMNIO WED MB. JAW
At >n eight o'clock mass .t ^^^S^S^S'Sa
In Cristobal. Mis* Marta Toree Iiawte, */**/. VKwieto
Mr*. Teodoro Llnujlo et Colo. 7*^ * J* J^VCT!?
Jato 0.m, son of Mr. ***^J+*n*fc *"*! ^rC'
of a Urge gathering el relative ad bM.
Of daughter, Ktherin Elisa-
beth, at Oerga* Hospital on Mr.
2. The baby' grandparent* are,
Mr- Ad Mrs. T. H. Darlington ol
Bell Vista and Mr. and Mr*. F.
L. tala of Ban Joae, Cost* Rica.
Many Attend
College Club Ten
More than 100 members of the
Canal Zone College Club mat at
the bone of Mr*. Lawrence
Johnson on Balboa Height* Sat-
urday afternoon for a tea given
by the club In honor of aopho-
more women of the Canal Zone
Junior College. Wire ol Junior
College faculty member* were al-
so guests at the tea.
The hoitesae for the te* were
Mrs. Johnson. Mr*. George Lee,
chairman. Mr. Mabel D. An-
drews, Mrs. Nell Branstetter,
Mrs. R. W. Eddy, Mrs. mat A.
Erbe. Mrs. Sigurd Esser, Mrs. R.
g. Herr, Mrs. H. R. Johnson,
Mrs. E. C. Jones, Mrs. H. H,
McCauley, Mr*. David J. Mar-
kun, Mrs. Herbert G. Myers, Mrs.
Frank D. Naughton, Mr*. Edwin
Piper, Mr*. James L. Price. Mr*.
Eugene Saphlr, Mrs. M. D.
Smith. Mra. Hubert Turbyfl'l,
Mrs Raymond Talbert, Mrs.
Wesley H. Townaend. Mri. John
8. Watson, Mr*. George Wright.
Mrs Austin F. Yoder and the
Misses Beatina Alexander, Eloise
Monroe and Elisabeth Young.
Alternating in presiding at the
tea and punch services were, Mrs.
Erbe, Mrs. Essef, Mrs. J. Wen-
dell Greene. Mrs. George t.
Lockridge, Miss Dorothy Moody,
Miss Monroe, Mrs. Kenneth New-
land, Mrs. Harold A. Sosted and
Mrs. Nathan Witkln.
Departing Awbaoedar
Hon.red at Cocktail Parti
The Charge d'Alfaire* ad in-
terim of the United States Em-
bassy and Mrs. Murray M. Wise
gave a cocktail party Saturday at
the Embassy residence on La
Cresta. The party honored the
Ambassador of Ecuador, Cesar
Coloma 811va and the Ambassa-
dor of Colombia and Mr*. Gma-
lo Galtan before their departure
from Panama.
Ambassador and Mrs. Galtan
and their children are leaving
today for Bogota, Colombia.
Distinguished Visiten
Dr E- N. Peterson, Director of
the Department of Libraries of
U.N.E.8.C.O. and Dr. Carlos V'c-
tor Penna, distinguished pro-
fessor and librarian of Buenos
Aires, are visitors in Panama for
a few days
The National Committee for
Libraries In Panama ha issued
invitation* for a conference with
the visitors which will be held in
the National Library of Panama
today at 5 p.m.
Departure
After a short visit In Panama
with the Charge d'Affalres of tne
United States Embassy and Mrs.
Murray W. Wise, Jack Horan left
yesterday for Havana, Cuba. Mr.
Horan Is from the Office of the
Executive Director, Bureau of
Tnter-Amerlcan Affairs. Depart-
ment of State. In Washington.
Return from Trip
to Buenos Aires
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lowrle of
Bella Vista have returned from a
trip to South America.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Entertain Informally
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Brown
entertained a group of their
friends at a buffet supper Satur-
day evening at their residence In
Balboa.
Daughter Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Darlington
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Darlington
of Bella Vista announce the birth
of Pedro Miguel who left recent-
ly to rl*lt the Bishops and other
relatives In the United States.
Visite** In aVoaneto
Among recent visitors at the
Panamonte Hotel In Boquete
were, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bag-
well of Birmingham, Alabama,
Miss Ruth Stahl of Chicago and
the Messrs Paul Duran, Lorenzo
Romagosa and Alfonso Maica
from Panama.
All Star Circle
t Meet Wednesday
The All 8tar Circle will meet at
1 p.m. Wednesday at the Scottish
Bite Temple in Balboa. Members
are asked to bring to the meet-
ing articles for the forthcoming
rumage sale.
DapUeate Bridge Tonight
All bridge players are invited to
the duplicate contract bridge
tournament to be played tonight
at :45 at the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse.
m uP
Your Hearts
FOW CHOW TUB Awerieesi Primen V,^Sili?f
Chinese Communist eamp in Korea, eat their chew. Photo of
thY vnusonanTwa. supplied by a Chinese Communist agency.
Departure
Mrs. Carl-Axel Janson left
yesterday for New Orleans to
spend several months in the Uni-
ted States.
Birth Announcement
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Edwin C.
Bishop of Alexandria, Virginia,
announce the birth of a son on
February 28.
Mrs. Bishop (Susan Swing) is a
daughter of Mrs. Eula J. Ewing
Mid-West Steps Up Campaign
Againts Teen-Age Drug Sale
jUJ
CHICAGO, Mar. 5 (UP)Juve-
nile authorities expressed con-
cern today over the growth of the
narcotics habit among teen-
agers, particularly in poorer
neighborhoods.
Meanwhile, narcotics officers
stepped up a drive to wipe out a
Chicago ring believed to be the
source of supply for other Mid-
western cities, including Bt. Louis,
Detroit and Milwaukee.
Authorities said that more
than 180 Juvenile court cases In
1950 Involved the use of narco-
tics, compared with none the year
befort
They said the drug traffic here
follows the same pattern disclos-
ed recently In New York, Detroit
and elsewhere. Peddlers get
youngsters started on the habit
by giving them "sample" mari-
juana cigarettes.
Later, the teen-agers are forc-
ed to buy the weed at increasing-
ly high prices, and eventually
graduate to heroin and cocaine.
Much of the Illicit drug traffic
here is centered In the sprawling
Negro neighborhood on the South
Side, authorities said. But not all
addicts are residents of the tene-
ments.
In a recent raid on one South
Side 'dope flat." police picked up
Harry Wlnefeld. 36, son of weal-
thy and prominent parents who
live on Chicago's fashionable
Lake Shore Drive.
Four men and two women were
seized with Wlnefeld, and In a-
simultaneous South Side raid
nine men and 11 women were ar-
rested. Police said the two raids
smashed a major narcotics ring.
They were staged on the basis
f information gleaned from
railing a 16-year-old girl who
was believed to be acting as a go-
between for addicts and peddler.
In another recent arrest, po-
lice picked up Amos Jones. 50, an
ex-convict identified by federal
agents a the city' biggest ped-
dler, handling 80 per cent of the
South Side narcotics traffic. Of-
ficers said Jones was a "big-time
operator," but that he also stood
on street corners and gave away
samples to school children.
In still another arrest, a 19-
year-old boy was charged with
selling heroin to teen-ager.
Attention was focused on the
juvenile narcotic* problem re-
cently with dUclosurea of lt*
widespread use among teen-
agers In New York and Detroit,
where It was revealed that the
once-beautiful Peggy Ellsworth.
24, formerly "Miss Michigan" and
a "Miss Amerlcs" contestant, had
fallen victim to ths> habit.
iji Chicago, police have ex-
panded their narcotics squad and
civic leaders and newspaper*
have begun a campaign to get
the state legislature to make nar-
cotics peddling a felony instead
of a misdemeanor.
Police said a recent rise in pet-
ty crime, including several shoot-
ings and stabblngs. could be at-
tributed in part to the use of nar-
cotics. Many youngsters steal to
get money to buy drugs, they said,
and young girls often turn to
prostitution.
In St. Lout, tare arrest of James
Hurse and his wife was connected
to the Chicago narcotics traffic
when officers learned that much
of the drugs they sold came from
Chicago. Authorities said they
peddled $270,000 worth of drugs,
much of lt to 12-year-old chil-
dren, In the last six months.
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama American. prapareA by
the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episco-
pal Church ef Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)
PEACEMAKERS
"Blessed are the peacemak-
ers: forlhey shall be called the
children ef Ged. St. Matthew
5:9.
Soon, in Paris, the Big Four De-
puty Foreign Ministers Confer-
ence will be held. Opinion la gen-
eral in both Communist and
Western camps that this Is the
last try at peaceful negotiations.
Any hope for International peace
will be based on how successfully
we demonstrate in our Individ-
ual disagreement* a way toward
a solution of our differences. As
Christians we must be apart of
the world's cure and not a part
of it* cause.
Someone has offered ten prac-
tical rules for dealing with those
with whom we differ:
1.1 will always seek to discover
the best and the strongest point*
in my brother's position.
2.1 will give him credit for sin-
cerity.
3.1 will not listen to gossip and
second-hand information. .
4.1 will avoid classifying him,
and assuming that he ha* all the
characteristics of the class to
which be is supposed to belong.
5. I will emphasise our agres-
ment.
9. When other criticise, I wUl
try to bring out favorable point*.
7. When there la misunder-
standing, either I of him, or he
of me, I will go to him direct, If
possible.
9. I will try to remember that
God's truth is too big for any one
mind.
9-1 will never ridicule another's
faith.
10. I will pray for those with
whom I differ.
"Almighty God, guide, we be-
seech thee, the Nation of the
world into, the way of justice and
truth, and establish among them
that peace which is the fruit of
righteousness, that they may be-
come the Kingdom of our Lord
and Saviour Jesus Christ."
Spelling Neglected
In Schools Today
AUSTIN, Tex. Mar. 8. (UP)
Today's high school kids can't
spell as well as their parents, a
University of Texas survey
shows.
Dr. Fred C. Ayer, who con-
ducted the study, went back to
1916 and six familiar word In
a renovated 1990 model test.
Take the word "trouble," for
example. In 1915, 100 per cent of
ninth graders spelled lt cor-
rectly. Ten years later, the fig-
ure waa down to 95 per cent
and In 1950. only 91 per cent
could spell "trouble" without
trouble.
Dr. Ayer blames lt all on an
elementary school trend de-
emphasising spelling as a pe-
clilo subject.
And. in tribute to the old
blue-backed speller, he advo-
i cates new and betljer methods
of teaching hih school spelling,
including a specialized textbook
on the subject.
NEW YORK, March 6 Eric Newton has tried his skillful
hand on an elusive problem:
"The Meaning of Beauty (Mc-
Graw-Hill.)
The London critic ays beauty
in art is a product of the artbu s
love and Intuitive understanding
of the function of nature.
He holds that a work of art has
many layers. Flnt la the subject,
let's say a dish of apples. Next
comes the artist's lnsutence on a
VL4W
sanctuary of the painting from
where the artist permeates bis
whole work unconsciously and
intuitively by hie personality.
Here we find hi* "handwrit-
ing": the way he handles col-
ors with brush. The apples have
started him on the road to hi
Inner life, for which the work of
art is the symboL
Newton's masterly analysis
leaves open the question why
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PRESIDENT AND MBS. ARIAS AND INVITED GUESTS
TO ATTEND CONCERT IN PANAMA TONIGHT
The President of Panama, Dr. ArnaUp Arias, and Mrs.
Arias, members of the President. Cabtaet and their wtrsn.
members of the Diplomatic Corps, and others from ofiicial
circles of Panama and the Canal Zone have peen vkc, to
a concert tonight at the Notional Theater sponsored by be
Ministry ef Education ef Panama and the Embassy of the
The program of modern music by United States com-
posers will few played for the flr.t time to Panama by the
National Symphony Orchestra, directed by Frofeisor Walter
Myen. It wtHstort at 8:89 p.m.
Cristobal Emblem Club Meeting
particular aspect of the apples, works of art affect us so deeply,
for instance their greenness. The answer might be that a
Still deeper lies Ills attitude to painting is not only a product of
the visible world In geneidl, love and understandlng.lt Is also
meaning his Interest In pattern, an act of faith. In bringing the
structure and the like. Descend- disharmonious parts fit nls plc-
ing a step further one arrives la- ture into a superior harmony the
to a realm of shapes, colors and artist alludes allegorically to ti:e
nroDortions It is on this level fact that man could rule over tne
that the artist weaves a spell a- natural chaos and become mas-
bout greenness. ter of his own destiny.
Finally we penetrate Into the_______________-Paul Mocsanyl
'Outraged Husband' Scares
Freshman; Victim Vanishes
NATCHITOCHES, La. March 5
(UP)Searching parties roamed
thick woods and dragged Red
River today for an 18-year-old
college freshman who disappear-
ed Thursday night after upper-
classmen pulledIhe old "outrag-
ed husband" gag on him.
Victim of the haalng prank was
Allen Kaplan of Chelsea. Mas*.
He either took the Joke too seri-
ously and fled In panic, or went
the perpetrators one better.
Unidentified friends at North-
western State College here lured
Kaplan to the woods, promising
that they had arranged a ren-
dezvous with a "hot date." On
the way. the "outraged husband'
rushed out of the woods, stopped
the car and aimed a shotgun. He
said he knew Kaplan planned to
meet his wife.
The "husband" was an upper-
classman who knew the plan let-
ter-perfect. He shot once Into the
air to carry out his part. As the
youths ran for cover to make the
whole gag more realistic, Kaplan
somehow was tost from the oth-
er*.
He has been missing since. In
Chelsea, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Kaplan said they hadn't heard
from their son, either. They were
in constant contact by telephone
with Dudley Fulton, dean of men
at Northwestern State.
Perplexed classmates, officer
and townspeople started a sys-
tematic search of the wood
again early today. State police
sent out an alert, and Natchlto-
ches Parish Sheriff Earl Morris
asked the help of all Jewish Wel-
fare agencies In Louisiana. Two
boats dragged Red River in this
vicinity, and a spotter plane
searched from the air.
"We Just don't know what hap-
pened," Dean Fulton said. He ad-
mitted that such Jokes would be
considered "hazing" at North-
western State, but that while
school authorities "try to keep
hazing down." there is no official
school regulation against lt.
Dean Fulton said he had the
names of the other students in-
volved, and he had got the full
story from them.
"They said they yelled to Kap-
lan, telling him it was all over
and that lt was a Joke. It I* hard
to say what steps will be taken If
anything serious has happened,"
Dean Fulton said.
Mr. Andrei Archibald played a
prelude of appropriate organ
music and the traditional wed-
ding marches. He accompanied
Miss Salda Kadet who sane Gou-
nod's "Ave Maria" and "Mother
At Thy Feet Is Kneeling."
Basket* of calla Ulles and gla-
dioli flanked the chancel and the
Sme flower were used on the
tar.
The lovely bride wa escorted
by her father, by whom she was
given in marriage. She wore a
gown of embroidered tullo over
whit* satin. The long, fitted bo-
dice waa made with a iweethenrt
neckline which was finished with
a ruffling of tulle. The sleeve
were fitted and finished with
flattering point* over the hand.
The full skirt extended to form a
short train. Her fingertip veil of
Illusion fell from a Juliette cap
and wm hald with cluster of or-
ange blossom. Her face wa cov-
ered with a short blush veil. She
wore a diamond pendant, the
gift of her parent and a shoulder
bouquet of orange blossoms. She
carried a white prayer book and
gold rosary, with a ribbon show-
er tied with orange blossoms cas-
cading from the prayer book.
Mis* Emma Maria Conoan was
the only attendant. Her drees war
white organza over a light, pink
taffeta foundation. The dress
was fashioned with a high round-
ed neckline and shirt sleeves.
The full, ballerina length skirt
was corded at the hipllne. She
wore white accessories, short lace
gloves and a small Juliette can
of white lace. She also carried a
rosary and prayer book.
Mr. Eloy Jan Ocana. brother
of the groom, served as his best
man.
The mother of the bride chose
for the occasion a light gr.>y
street-length dress with a black
mantilla and black accessories.
Her flowers were an orchid cor-
sage.
Mrs. Jaen wore a light blue
street dress with dark blue ac-
cessories and hat. She also wore
an orchld'corsag*-
Later in the day Mr. Jaen And
his bride left for a visit of sevaral
weeks at El Valle. The bride's
going away dross wa* of whit
embroidered organdy with green
accessories. They will be at
home by the end of the month
at Apartment No. 8067, 7th and
Isabel Ave.
i m ' '^^a i.i i
Duplicate Bridge Games
.Duplicate bridge Is played rv
ery Monday evening at the Msr-
garita Clubhouse. Any Interested
residents are cordially Invited to
join the group
I
The scorers In last week',
games were: last and West, Mrs.
Henry A. Hartwlg and Mrs. H. F.
Oreen; Mr. and Mr. E. W.
Mlll#paugh. Mrs. George Poo:,
Jr., with Mrs. Sam Rowley.
North and SouthMr. L.
Cottrell with Mr. Julius uonot
Mrs. L. E. Cottrell and air. W.
monthly business E. Gibson and Miss Jeanne Do-
bit with Mr. Friedland.
.,. fosa chewing
gum laxativo **
gently, eosMy .. .
Mild and Plssssnt
Works or scientific principie!
Why ea-s-eais* in chewio* gum,orro?
Soeace Mrs: Chcwia* Tour food belp> *
in* stew ooi. Sistilarir, cbt*le* Keen*
mint pnparet Its fac oedicio to give tht
arw*M bee*ic-low> k *ody sad etsduai:
a tk* diowtit* *. Mild! Deiidou!
Csodr i comcination makes you miter,
able, chew Feen-a-miot exactly ai directo
and leal one again. Contains the rery medt
cine which maay docsoti prescriba. At all
rhfflistl aoaj scores.
FEEN-A-MINT
When
Nature's food fai7s
If kabr ftottk-fd. i M add tarn
BoMombV Pawn' Bark y 10 his milk. This
forma s food which can r*adi!y k difrtted
vy baby from hi. vary ftnl dayi and which
will aconten bis ewanach te the rvpe at
food aarnmy ia lent Ufa.
ROBINSON'S
PA TINT*
AILEY
PWWPES ABOUT sTOfr THE AVERAGE MaV POOP RE0UWEMENT5
in POST-TENS. There's a dif-
ferent, nooriahlng cereal for
each member of the family.
Your family rill really enjoy
each spoonful of any of the 7
different single-aerving cereal
7 vorieties-
10 packaoesI
Mill Limnio was educated at
St. Mary's academy and is em-
ployed at the National City Bank.
Mr. Jaen I* a certified public
accountant in Colon. He received
part of his education at St. Jo-
seph's Academy.
Recent Visitor
Mr. and Mri. J. R. Chesley
and Mr. and Mri. Harry Momo,
of New York City, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Sulllfan o Oatun, while in port
during the stay of the Empress
of Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan took
their guests sightseeing and they
enjoyed luncheon at the new Ho-
tel Ei Panama.
Criitobel Emblem Club No. it,
will held its monthly business
meeting at the Elks' Home
March 8 at 7:3s} p.m. Mrs. Jean-
nette Cain will preelde. Hostess-
es for the evening will be Mrs.
Frances Brassell and Mr. Dora
sen.
At the last meeting the white
elephant wa won by Mrs. Cath-
erine Huffman. All members are
urged to attend.
Mia Gerda Cook
Arriving Monday
Miss Gerda cook of Towatowa,
New Jersey, arrived yesterday
and is the house guest of Miss
Margaret Dagnali. She la to be
married tomorrow to Mr. George
Spiotta, In a service at the Coco
Solo Naval Chapel at 4:30 p.m.
Former Resident
Arrived Toslay for Visit
Mr. and Mrs. John Sadowskl of
Jersey City, N.J., esrrived on the
8.S. Panama today, with their
young on, Johnny, for a vllt
with Mrs. Sadowski'i mother,
Mrs Anna King of Diablo
Heights. ,
Mrs. Sadowskl is the former
Miss Marion King who was rear-
ed in Gatun and U well-known
on the Atlantic Side, having
graduated from Cristobal High
School. She left the Isthmus u
studv nursing at the Medical
Center Hospital In Jersey City,
N.J. This li her first visit home.
Easter Birthday Party
Ernest Helt/ke celebrated nil
fifth birthday anniveraary with
an Easter party arranged at the
Pistol Range by his parents. Ser-
geant and Mrs. L. L. Heltzke of
Margarita.
The children participated In an
Easter Egc Hunt and prises for
the hunt were won by Harry
Munyon, Robert Khox. Charles
Bath. Susie Rathgaber, John
Rathgaber and Gordon sanden.
They also had a race for the
boys and one for the girls. Rich-
ard Perkins and- Cecilia Cronan
were the winner.
The other guests were: Richard
and Ruth Perkins, Patricia. Louis
and Johanne Leaxenboe, Bobby
and Margaret Knox, John and
Susan Rathgaber, Cecilia and
Jim Cronan. Christine and Cha.
Bath. David Larriaon. Ann Oil-
ley, Harry Munyon. Oordon San-
ders. Billy and Kathleen Jen-
kins. Betsy Barber and Coleen
Rankin.
The mothers who attended
were: Mrs. Robert Rathgaber.
Mrs Harry Linker. Mrs. William
Cronan. Mrs. Robert Knox, Mrs
Harry Halverson, Mrs. Ernest
Krubsack, Mrs. Roy Perkins,
Mrs. Louis Leasenbee and Mrs.
Frank Sweek and Mr. Harvey
Sauter.
TAHITI
it*
P
f*
$1136
UeV-i Cetotll 8hf i
$ 16.50
ly7 Cipaee.Btof
$ 16.50
Lady's Gold Locker
Captain and Mrs. Rainer
Entertain
Captain and Mrs. E. B. Rain-
ier entertained with a cocktail
and buffet supper at their Do
Lesseps home Saturday evening.
Their guests were Captain and
Mrs. Robert Fahle, Captain and
Mrs. s. L. Brown. Judge and Mri.
E. I. P. Tatelman, Mr. and Mri.
B. G.Tipton. Commander and
Mri. I. J. Frankel, Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs P. L. Balay,
Captain and Mrs. Roy Fort.eMr.
and Mra. O. A. Delsz, Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. McKenzie, Lt. David
Beere, Mrs. Rosemary Reardon,
Dr. and Mrs. Surse Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Hubert Hart. C.W.O.
and Mrs. Ralph Hamilton, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur White, Captain
and Mrs. Gordon Kariger, Cap-
tain and Mrs. R. W. Rubelll.Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. MacVittie. Miss
Thelma Godwin, Miss Virginia
Keenan. Miss Adamary Ander-
son. Mr. John Hedges. Mr. Ken-
neth Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Beck Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wil-
kerson. Dr. and Mr Wayne Gil-
der, Mr. James Fernandez. Mr.
Albert Motta and Mr. and Mri.
A. G. Deisz.
Cristobal-Margarita Civic Council
Mooting Postponosl
The meeting of the Cristobal-
Margarlta Civic Council ha* been
postponed until Monday, Match
12 because of another meeting at
the Cristobal High School to-
night.
S 11.45
GoldTree. set
with a (enusne
orn; lew* neck
EASY TERMS
TAHITI
THE JEWELRV STORE
187 CENTRAL AVE. 187
'Post-TENS

Bridie Party at Coco Solo
Mrs. H. J. Thornton was hos-
tess for an afternoon of bridge at
her home on the Coco Solo Naval
Station.
The high scorers were: Mrs.
George Ellis and Mri. Edward
Hensley.
The other ladies playing were:
Mrs. M. A. Loy, Mrs. George
Sand. Mri. J. W. Schwartz,
Mrs c. M Dumbauld and Mrs. R.
Nielsen.
WORKERS TO GET HOMES
SOUTH BARRE, Mass. lUP'
This mill town U being converted
from a "village of tenants to a
village of home owner." The
Barre Wool Corablg Co.. 1* a'i-
luig its resident! property 'o
it. employes at prices wliic'.i
a spokesman called "ridiculous-
ly low."
0 WAYS
CLtmR'CAMO
CAM
MAKE M0NY
ron voy i
Wont te knew how? Th Clipper
Cor (to export in yeur community will
shew you hew. He knew the onswort
te your particular shipping probloans.
Telfeae: l-oATe "L" Sheet Me. I.
Clipper
Cargo
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Coln Sslss Bltff. Tel. IM7
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PAGE SIX
, THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MARCH I, 1951
The More You Tell ....The Quicker You Sell! v\
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS^
Leave your ad with one of our Agents - or our Offices
Minimum for
15 words
3' each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
N. Tlvoll Ave.
Phoat 2-3291
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de l^siept
Panama
MORRISONS
*la. 4 Fourth of July Art.
h.ne 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
II 05a Melrndn Ave.
Phone 2SS COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No 55 Waft 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMBRICAN
No. 57 "H" Street Panam
Ma. J2.1K Central Ave. Coln
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
We wish to extend our thanks
lo the Weather Bureau for
heir fine cooperation In wa-
tering local lawns during the
delay in arrival of our
Lawn Sprinklers
Now that we have a large
assortment, at all prices, they
nay let the dry season begin.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
5*,.* .
LUlf-BtR
BUILDING
SUPPIIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vim Espsta, Near Joan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
SLIPCOVERS
Ca'tom-nuda far ttvtnfrao
aeu. Canchea Cnshloni
Lei aaa lli-ure joar malrrlal
rial. Pre* Eatlaaalt*
ALBEKTO HUES Pan 1-11H
* a.m. ta 1 pm.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II11 Synchronized
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW C.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. V.
-
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:New Academy Filmo-
sound projector 16 mm. Also Ze-
nith radio gramophone console.
Phone: 3-0701, Panam.
FOR SALE MISC
Ponmusico has o new crop of! HIT:
"Tennessee Waltz," by Anita O'Day.
"If," by Jan Garden, and olso by Dean
Martin; "Be My Love," By Rey
Anthony; "Oh Bobe,'" by Kay
Storr; "To Think You've Choosen
Me," by Henry Jerome; "Lovesick
Dlues," by Kay Starr; "My Heart
Cries For You," by Al Morgan and
also some more original. "Third
Mon Theme," played on the Zi-
ther. Central Avenue No. 127,
near "J" street. Open until 10:00
p. m. everyday.
FOR SALE:Smith Corona portable
typewriter, I Yr. old. Call 86-6191
Albrook.
Branch of Lela'i Beauty Shop. Air
conditioned. Now open 9:00 a. m.
to 5:30 p. m. in Hotel El Panam.
FOR SALE: Owner leaving, 200
Leghorn laying hens, 155 eggs
daily. Carretera Villalobo, house 7,
Pedregal.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, porcelain inside end
out, $75.00. Large wardrobe trunk,
$25.00. Phone 2-1891 between 1
and 7 p. m.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds for
grain elevator, including porch.
Frigidoire, kitchen furniture, 3 pc.
bamboo, floor lamps, tables. 90 -B,
New Cristobal. 6th. St. 3-1662.
FOR SALE:Frigidoire refrigerator 6
cu. ft. 60 Cycle, $60.00. Apt. 4,
above Smoot-Hunnicutt garage,
16th. St. Colon. Between 4-6 p.
m.
FOR SALE..Furniture, refrigerator
Frigidaire, Tapon stove. Underwood
typewriter, option to apartment
with telephone. No. 15, second
street Perry Hill. "Ruiz" Building
apartment 6, 4 to 6.
FOR SALE:Easy washing machine,
dish washer, electric motor for
sewing machine, porch glider, 2
twin beds. Quartermaster Dressing
Toble. Phone 5-272. house 127-
A. Gotun.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet coh-
, vertible, with radio, ran be finance,
i price $1,500. for your information
see Frank Alemn, Smoot y Pore-
'.' ides or coll Tel. 2-0600.
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet Club
' Coupe, duty paid. Excellent condi-
tion. Tel. 3-2387 Direction, Cuba
Ave. No. 38, Apt. 2.
,FOR SALE:Bar with sink, brass rail,
back piece ond shelves, six stools.
Make an offer. Drop leaf table $3.
00. Mohogony and mirror, coffee
table. $15.00, 2 pr.. end tables
$8.00, $4.00. Walnut buffet $25.
Silvertone radio phonograph $75.-
00. House 17 I-B, Pedro Miguel.
"FOR SALE:Buick 1940 Sedon, new
motor, good body. Priced to sell.
Will finance. Call Navy 2644.
FOR SALE1947 Pontiac Sedanette
8 cylinders, perfect condition. For
reformation phone Ponama 2-0088.
Will finance.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet coach
8.280.00, 1 set of Golf Clubs,
B.40.00. Tel. 2-3476, Balboa.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, only 4,000 miles Styline
De Luxe, white side woll tires.
Call Cristobal 3-1396 after 6 p.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick model 52.
Oynaflow, radio, W.S.W. tires,
seat covers. House 5338. Apt. B,
Diablo.
FOR SALE:1950 4 door Chevro-
let sedon. 6,200 miles, upholstery,
coll 86-65 before 3:30 86-
6191, ofter.
Barbara Hutton
Files For Divorce
From 4th Husband
MEXICO CITY, Mar. 5, (UP)
It was learned here today
(hat Barbara Hutton, 37, thrice
wed heiress to the Woolworlh
millions, filed suit Feb. 26 in
nearby Cuernavaca to divorce
her fourth husband Prince Ifor
Moubetskoy. But the prince's
lawyer said his client would
fight the suit.
_JJhe has also accused the
firlnce of "marrying me only
BT my money."
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MISC .................
EXCURSION TRIP TO IUROPE
60 days Visit Portugal end Spain
(including the Seville Fair April
15 France, Switzelond, Itoly, and
England.
Panoma Tours hos organized a won-
derful excursion to Europe, leaving
Tocumen March 31 st. by luxurious
BOAC 4-Engme CONSTELLATION to
Lisbon, returning to Ponama May
29th from London.
All expenses paid, Including first
class hotels (three meols per day)
excursions with special guides during
,entire trip.
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE
' IMMEDIATELY
PANAMA TOURS
IS Tivoli Avenue
Tel. 2-2006
"DULCINAS." Juice oranges, eat-
ing oranges and grapefruits are al-
ways of selected grade and ex-
ceptional quality. Accept only
fruit thot has been stamped
Dulcina r registered trade mork.
Sole distributors. Productos Nocio-
noles, S. A. Telephone 2-0028.
Panom.
LESSONS
LESSONS:Ballroom dancing classes,
Cristobal YMCA Friday Morch 9th.
Teen agers. 3:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Groupe, 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Enroll
at Desk, Harnett & Dunn.
If you lock poise, grace, confidence
ond self assurance, contact us.
274 3105 or Balboa "Y" Harnett
& Dunn.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Beach house "Maria
Chiquita" with lend in growing
community. Good bathing. Near
Tourist Rood to Porto Bello. $650.
00. Appointment 10.086, llth.
St and Roosevelt, Colon.
PERSONALS
HI KIDS. Poho ban is lifted now.
Donee classes are still open. See
Mrs Srevn'" n, Balboa Gym..
Hornet! & Dunn,
RESORTS
Wiii.oms bunio Clora beach votraae
I wo Bedrooms, electric refrigero
'ion Rocxgos 'onoei Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
Philips.
Bo
Pono'
167
rJeach cottages, aorta Clore
number 435. Balboa Phone
to 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
GRAMLICHS Santo Clara beach.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rales. Phone
Gamboa. 6-541 or 4-567. '
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Furnished cholet with
all cities conveniences in Nuevo
Arroijan. For information call Cu-
rundu 5249, after 4 p. m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENTApartment, sittingroom,
diningroom, 2 bedroom, kitchen
and service. Completely indepen-
dent. Belln Vista, 4drd St. No.-64
Tel. 3-0458.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for 2 bachelors; I large bedroom,
bath, electric Frigidaire. Bella Vis-
ta. Near busstop, $50.00. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East end Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance, No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details coll
Mndez & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
FOR RENT:Modern complete fur-
nished apartment. Residential dis-
trict. Cuba Avenue ond 38fh.
St. No. 9. Apt. 2, ovailoble March
21,'for 2 months. Moid service if
desired.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
modern apartment, with telephone.
Available- March 20th for two
months. Maid services if desired.
38th St. No. 9. Apt. No. 2.
Alhombra apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished opartments. Con-
tact office No. 8061, 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Phone I 386, Colon.
FOR RENT:Small opartment B.37.
50. Apply Q Street No. 9. up-
stairs bar.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartment.
screened living-diningroom $60.00.
56, E};lisano Porros, key apart-
ment 3. Phone 3-0841 (Facing
Eden Iheotre).
FOR RENT:One bedroom unfur-
nished opartment. garage. 168
Via Belisorio Porras.
US NAVY
TO BE LARGEST
(Continued from Pace 1)
siiper carrier to handle lone
range atomic bombers.
The 27 other carriers will
comprise three of the 45.000 ton
Midway class, nine of the 27.000
on Essex class, and 14 of the
:4 500 light and 11,000 ton escort
classes.
The Naw has Increased Its
manpower from a pre-Korean
380.000 to about 590,000 now. A-
bout 110.000 reserve officers and
men have already been called
up. About 55.000 more will be
mobilized before July 1. The
number of volunteers became so
ureat that recruiting had to be
limited tl}l additional training
facilities were ready.
Mobilization of the Marine
Corps has been even faster. The
Marines' manpower has tumped
to about 170.000 more than
double the pre-Korean 74.000.
Nearly all Marine ground re-
serves have been called up.
Present plans call for the
Marines having upwards of 180,-
000 officers and men. two and
oue third full strength ground
divisions and 21 to 24 tactical
air squadrons.
Mai or vessels already or soon
to be returned to the active fleet
Include the battleships New Jer-
sey and Wisconsin and the ear-
ners Bonhomme Richdrd. Essex.
Hornet, Tarawa and Kula Oulf.
CongTess Is expected to ap-
prove soon a $2,750.000.000 naval
construction program which in-
cludes the super carrier and the
atomic powered sub. This pro-
gram Includes the strengthening
cf the last six of the 27.000 ton
Essex class carriers to permit the
handling of large jet bombers.
Because the larger number of
Russian submarines constitutes
Virtually the only threat of the
Soviet naw the United States
Nrivy has been concentrating on
antisubmarine warfare. Special
pl&nes and destroyers have been
developed to track down and kill
enemy subs In case of war.
Litest developments In the ex-
perimental stage Include an
mi submarine submarine and a
i new special helicopter.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista, with modern
comforts. Refrigerator. No. 13,
43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, clean
cool room meals if desired,
Bella Vista. 46th street. 18-A,
Apartment 3. Ccrll 3-1789 or 2-
1693.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
balcony, refrigerator, kitchen if
desired, responsible married couple
or single person. 9th. St. No. 12,
No. 4, upstairs.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE1947 Harley Davidson
motorcycle. 74 H. P. A-l condi-
tion. Plenty extras. Price $400.
Farfan Rodio Station, Navy 121,
Box 70. Phone 3761.
Position Offered
WANTED: Office Girl wanted to
wait on customers. Must speak
English & Spanish. Apply Trott The
Cleaner.
WANTED: Energetic young lady
speaking Spanish and English, with
sales and executive ability, for re-
tail'store. Very good future. Write
full porticulors to Btox 1833, Pan-
am.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT: Vocotion
Quarters. 12 or 4 family, Balboa
or Diablo, beginning about April
1st. Young Couple. No children or
pets. Call 4-565.
Help Wonted
Young girl, correct English speaking,
for general housework and core of
a child. Belisorio Porras 168 Apt.
2.
Diplomat J. S. Service Must
Face Loyalty Review Board
WASHINGTON, March 5. (UP)
The State Department, has
cancelled assignment of carear
diplomat John S. Service to a
high post In india pending a new
decision on his loyalty, It was dis-
closed today.
The decision will be made by
President Truman's Loyally Re-
View Board. In the meantime, it
was said. Service will be given no
new Job.
Officials also said that Mrs.
Service has been toid to remr.i to
the United States trom Japan
where she has been waiting or
momas to join her husband.
delvice was appum..,, .... .)
can Embassy Counsellor at New
Delhi, India on paaxm n, i-.-j.
He had been cleared on his al-
leged link with the famous
Amerasia Magazine case and
Service was en route to India
when he was recalled for addi-
tional loyalty hearings.
The Amerasia case Involved
war-time theft of secret State
Department documents. A grand
jury returned indictments out
cleared Service.
The State Department later
expressed confidence that Serv-
ice was not disloyal but six weens
ago sent his case to the review
board Tor final hearings. This
was after Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, R., Wis.. demanded the
Amerasia case be reopened.
A State Department official re-
vealed that more recent plans to
appoint Service to a diplomatic
post in A1 rica also had been can-
celled. Until the review board de-
cision is made, Service Is working
on "non-confidential" matters In
the State Department financial
division.
AW0L Waves Taken
Into Navy Custody
At Las Vegas. Nev.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 5,
(UP) The Naval Air Station
at nearby MiUington, Tenn.,
announced today tnat two
WAVES who went AWOL two
weeks ago have been taken in-
to custody at Las Vegas, Nv.
The Navy said youthful sea-
men Barbara Renfroe, of Pas-
cagoula, Miss., and Gladys Sil-
ver of Detroit were spotted in
Las Vegas, Nev., and flown to
San Diego where they were
placed in custody of the Dis-
trict Commandant.
Lt. Edith Nelson of the Air
Station here left by plane with
another WAVE to pick up the
officially designated "strag-
glers" and return them here
for disciplinary action, the Na-
vy said.
The women disappeared at
about the same time Sunday
before last, leaving most of
their uniform apparel behind.
Navy officials, admitting they
were puzzled, said WAVES
rarely go AWOL.
This development eame as th
Department denied there Is a rift
oetween President Truman and
Secretary of State Acheson over
appointment of Richard D. Pat-
terson, Jr., to be Ambassador to
Switzerland. He succeeds John
Carter Vincent, former State De-
partment policy-maker on Far
Eastern affairs. Vincent will go to
Tangiers as diplomatic agent and
consul-general.
/JON VOUB
AT
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Walter WiricheH
In New York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Robert* RMMllint and Orson Welle have their own
Korea. Befan over the alleged theft of a cenarlo. The
matter la bound for the court. Lutky Ldano (whe is
on an Old Matters thowlng tpree) just paU WOs for a
Kuben... Edda Clano (MuuoHnl's swelled-headed dgntr.)
Just let JUUd. Her Pietr married San Francisco Gmm
lartrro...Madcap Merry Fahrney's new feller is Orte*"
Dimere, Mexican land-prop. Mrs. Harry Bridges, wife of
the convicted Seummunlst labor chief, may soon announce
her private little scoop. Harry has heavy competan, ahem
Le Preetman, the lawyer (who had a change of heart
recently about Stalin, etc.), got a Mickey... Woolie Dona-
hue it patting Jen Putnam's llt-tul hand, while she waits
for her decree Rosemary Reachl it keeping Alex Hohen-
lohe comfy until Honeychtle Wilder returns from Buenos
Aires and break bar neck.
Plateen, the horte we mentioned as owner Out Ring's choice
to win at Hlaleah laat week, finished a strong 2nd...The turf
experts In the press box told me: "No horse has won a sprint start-
ing from the Ne. 1 post position at Hlaleah this season Platoon
was tuch a short pricewe Ignored It for our usual longshot.
which was Hot Penny. It led nearly all the way. winding up 3rd.
paying /9.10..,In sum. a $3.10 profit for our 2 bucks across the
board.
Washington Pott: Have yon a John Hoff In Washing-
ton? Independent real estate and mortgage man? Very
wealthy? Man there by that name has a story... Att n,
W. A. of Phllly: That Sit you gave me to hand to Swlfty
Morgan, he turned over to the Runyon Fund Latest
{laybores making the Cafe Sapslety circuit have Joined
he rfer addicts, the dopes...Mr. Harry B. Clow, 3rd,
hat filed.. The Stu Fiseher story (he was nagged by the
G-men for wearing a colonel's uniform) was tipped here
recently. He won several citations during World War 2...
Income Tax Chief Schoeneman Is In Miami Beach sotto-
voce, net for vacatlon...Moet popular celeb In that town
Is Bndd Schulberg. the word-magician.. The Jeff Chand-
lers are reported in a close decision.. Is Luther Matchio
suing the Marquis de Cuevas for slander?. .Virginia Hill
la catting down. Orders only a dosen pr of nylons, Instead
ef her mtaal groas.
tabor News
And
(iomment
By Victor Riesel
His Memory Slips a Cog Occasionally
More than 3 years ago (Jan. H8) the Herald Trlb Interviewed
the capt. of the CCNY basketball team.. He was an All-Amerlcan
In it youthful Sid Trubowltz condemned the emphasis on basket-
ball and expressed the opinion college basketball at the Garden
was a terrible thing for what It did to the players.. His reward
was an earburnlng reprimand bv Prof. Sam Wlnograd. CCNY s
athletic director, who hauled Sid over the coals for "betraying
his school.
Basketball "fixer" Sollaaso has been marked lousy by
ambler" for years. He could only "get down" with mid-
'eitern outfit. Some of the local banditti would like to
borrow him from the Dls't Att'v for a few minutes.. .The
land on Horac* Harding Blvd. (Queens), where manv war
vets are dwelling In quonset huts, is owned by Frank Erick-
>en, who Is allowing the cov't to use It rent free. Erlckson
It In the hoosegow for being a gambler.. Maggie Traman
will be presented with the rltinal paintbtg of her Time
mag cover at the Red Crosa rally In the Garden thUHveek
.. Lillian Ana Baumback. 21. and very pretty/ got her
license to became (we think) the flrtt woman master
plumber, in the tend. A Washington gel.
The Bulek people gifted the Runyon Fund with a speclally-
bullt car. Needle-point tapestrv and gold-plated fixtures In It
are valued at $15,000...It will be displayed at auto shown In 40
leading cities. In Miami a Dinner Kev Auditorium now.. Butck
also will give $1.000 toward the-taxes to the winner of our new
contest of skill...Bend me a safety slogan clease land enclose
$1 to fight cancer), and If yours winsvou get the Bulck Christmas
morning... (Contest ends Dec. 10th 1951. In case of a tiethe
slogan with the earliest postmark will be Judged the champion
Keep 'em short, like a good little entrant.. .Teachers everywhere
are urged to submit a slogan for their class or school. The students
can chip in a penny or to to ma* up the $ donation.. .Have a
samble: "Stoo. Look and Livel"..."If You'd Be Wreckless. Don't
Be Reckless! "..."Children Should Be Seen. Not Hurt!".. .Mall
your slogan to W. Wlnchell. Box 12. New York City.. Thanks.
We live In such an electronic
day that even on electric razor
or a vacuum cleaner, buzzing
and humming when they should
be muzzled, can be a Soviet se-
cret weapon and lead an
enemy guided missile right
smack to Its target, according
to Air Force experts.
Yet there are literally
several hundred active men,
supporters of the SovietUed
Chinese cause in Korea,
handling not electric razors
with slight radiation po-
tential, but huge factory
facilities now smelting vital
copper and hammering out
tanks, or switching strate-
gic freight shipments. They
are also busy manipulating
work on waterfronts south
of New York, or whipping
hr a slick "grass-roots" pro-
paganda drive any one of
which can hurt us badly.
So, for the first time, a gov-
ernment agency is actually go-
ing Into one of our big cities,
with a huge port, gargantuan
steel mills, nearby aircraft
plants and vast electronic shops,
to expose right on the home
grounds the men, the techni-
ques and the actual mechanics
of the Soviet's "Operation In-
vasion" of our Industrial areas.
This combined Investigation-
exhibition of the detailed mem-
bership and activities of a
single Communist "city-section" ,
In an Industrial area Is consid-:
ered by the Washington uu- I
thoritles to be the most hn- I
portant task yet attempted jy
the House Un-American Activ-
ities Committee.
Out of It will come, it Is hoped,
sufficient shock to force out o
Industry forever those agents,
at least, who openly support the
^military enemy and yet get pro-
tection of our labor laws.
In several weeks, this surprise
show should be under way for
all to see but for the moment
the city stays off the record. Let
the comrades be surprised. But
sooner or later they will be dug
out from under the rocks In
Baltimore. Schenectady, Lynn.
Detroit. Cleveland. New York
and, of course, the West Coast
aircraft plants. No area has
been Invulnerable.
In far-off Eugene, Ore., for
example, there Is a freight car
man on the Southern Pacific
Railroad operating in the hub
of one of the system's vital cross
points. By quietly distributing
the Dally Worker, the People's
World and more subtle Com-
munist literature, he has built
himself a loyal Commie follow-
ing on the Une which masses of
tlie shooting stuff fbr nrrales
the Orient.
Across country, Is Central
New Jersey, there Is a group of
powerful Commle-llne unionists
in the crucial American Smelt-
ing Co. who have, according to
their former president, Stanley
Grabowski, "Since the outbreak
of the Korean struggle.. conti-
nued to advocate support of
Russia and its Communistic al-
lies." There arc few companies
more Important in this elec-
tronic war era than American
Smelting with its huge ore
smelting furnaces. Yet these
comrades operate freely.
THIS 1$ YOU *OHUM THI RIADIRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Th M.il kit tin "Jorum I., rofitra ? Th P.nom. Amarle*
Lerters ire received trarefylly and r. hsndled in a wholly canrldentia'
Manar.
II yy cenmaute a letter Jen to impatient If il doesn't appear th
neat day. Lattan air aualished in th ordar raeaivad.
Please try t keep th lattan limitad lo ana pata lanath.
Identity al letter writer i held in strictest canfidanea.
This newspaper usumii na responsibility far statements r eprniens
eiprcssed in letter from raiders. I
POW-WOW
Cristobal.
Mall Box Editor.
The Panama American,
pantmi City, Panam.
Dear Sir:
A memo for Big Chief In Wig-
wam:
Several months ago the Wig-
wam olew out big smoke that
pec.is >nee Indians' would be giv-
en v. a hours off to give blood to
Blood B- \k at Oorgas. Much good
for Pe".;" Indians, but not-so-
good ffr Ltmon Bay tribe.
Mow, along comea Tax Man
from Florida and Big Chief al-
lows him ore day for Llmon Bay
tribe while he and aide spent oth-
er days handling urgent smoke
message of 'Vlgwam. Nine days
for Wigwam, -ne day for Indians.
Also, Big Chief liave Propagan-
da Minister to release name of
new Indians on payroll but never
let Indians know the number of
Braves that taki squaw and
march across mesa.
How come when V:< aney Bul-
letin come out and In< jut call up
and ask about Job tha "o Is al-
ready been filled?
New War Chant
Me want Job.
What your name?
No Job.
Me want Job. (
What your name?
Me Chief Wampum's boy.
PB. Him get Job.
Al Read/.
POLICE PRAISED
Ancon, Canal Zone.
The Mall Box,
The Panam American,
Panam City R. de P.
Dear Mr. Editor:
While shopping last Saturday I
lost my car and housekeys. I did
not discover their loss until I re-
turned to my parked car and
found I did not have my keys. At
the same moment I discovered
their loss. I noticed a Police Tick-
et on the doorhandle of my car
to the effect that If I had lost my
keys to call for them at the An-
con Police Station. Inside the car
on the windshield was another
note to the same effect.
The keys were In safekeeping
at the Ancon Police 8tatlon. I In-
quired where-they were found
and how it was detected that
they were mine. I was Informed
that the keys were picked up in
front of the Masonic Temple by
an Ancon policeman, that he no-
ticed they were for a '50 Pontlac.
and that he tried the keys In all
the '50 Pontlacs in the vicinity
until he found the one the keys
fit
This expresses In a small de-
gree the thoughtfulness of the
Rollceman in question and the
igh spirit of helpfulness and
community spirit. It would have
inconvenienced me to no small
degree had the keys been lost. To
get my keys Immediately saved
me much anxiety and worry. I
cannot express my appre.latiii
in loud enough praise.
L.A.B.
IftMY-GO-tiMD
Yield Not-
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK The possibility of trial and con-
viction for these basketball players who took
dough to dump names is protected by a statute
which makes Jt a felony to tamper with a
sport.
Nothing muc'.^ will come of it. though if the
boys do stand 'ial. that cannot be reversed by
on appeal. The outcome of a sport is such a
fragile thing, from a legal standpoint, that you
might as well accuse a director of tampering
with the outcome of a~ play or a movie.
There Is no law against people giving other
people money. If the recplents duly record the
gift and mention It to the tax people. In the
fine appreciation of law an athlete should not
be more legally guilty In complicity to lose by
gangster bribe than he Is liable for winning
through the college bribe which subsidizes him.
Money is money, and If the college hands It to
hjm under the table, to play, what's wrong with
taking some more on the side?
Thire are thousands of
little black chamber meet-
ings in pro-Commie union
headquarters the countni
over, like the one to which
salespeople front the toeser
Dent. Store in Brooklyn were
called recently.
F union organizer-agitator bellow-
ed at the 50 sales folk. For hours
this pro-Red Department Store
union whip "demanded"' that
they go on record as opposing
our fight against Soviet aggres-
sion in Korea. Then the work-
ers voted him down 40 to 10.
though they knew they were
letting themselves In for vilifi-
cation. And the hack blasted
them as "foolish and stupid."
But there were 10 who went
along.
You don't need more. You Just
need one or two in a leather
plant where stuff Is being allo-
cated for Army shoes, or In a
fur shop where the linings of
military parkas are being cut.
Or near the new General Mo-
tors proving grounds for all
types of military combat and
transport vehicles, or at West-
lnghouse and GE, where they
are building atomic energy po-
wer units for the Navy.
Just a few of those In a shoe
plant would know what our
Army contemplates and where
how many soldiers will soon be
stationed. Desert footgear Is a
little different f*om Alaskan
snow boots.
That's what has alarmed
Congressional Investigators for
years not so much the 50,000
fanatical Communist Party
members, but the 1,000 sleepers
they've strewn around our in-
dustrial areas. And the only
people who can effectively spot
them for these probers are the
anti-Communist union leaders
themselves, who, It seems to
me, should run, not Walk to the
nearest Western Union office
and wire offers of cooperation.
The country and the kids
vp front will draw divi-
dends fro mthe^ energy the
labor leaders invest in this
new investigation.
{Copyright 19S1 Post Rall
Syndicate. Inc.)
1 claim to be an honest man. and so have no
sympathy for the players who got caught on
the take. Talk all vou want to abOul tempta-
tion' and loose morals and tlfe atmosphere of
the time, an honest man is honest and does not
fall for temptation. Some of us who went to
school during the depression did not become
Communists, either, although the temptation
and the trend was plenty present.
But vou will not reform the players or the
world by dumping them into Jail with hopheads
and hoodlums and killers and perverts. You
will make criminals, sure, and wreck lives, sure,
but you accomplish nothing outside an extra
drain on the guy who pays for Jails and the
depredations of criminals. That's us the peo-
ple who don't take bribes, who don't run
through traffic lights, and who contribute to
the upkeep of the land.
The structure of sport is too flimsy to make
a cr|m of Its corruption. We wink and laugh
at wrestling. We bo for the bagged prize fight.
We put up with the subsidization of "amateur"
athletes. We let known criminals operate effec-
tively In the boxing business. We love racing,
and we let run as an offshoot of underworld
Industry. You remember when any jockeys went
to Jail for pulling a horse on a day the owner
said to take it easy?
Of course the basic premise of dishonesty Is
nakedly evident in the baskeball fixes, as In the
football fixes, the RFC fixes, the old Black Sox
scandal, the Harding Administration, the other
shakedown deals involving statesmen, business-
men, and athletes. But you have to figure pe-
nalties on who got hurt in order to make a
crime stand up.
Who gets hurt, for instance, when you fix a
sporting event. The people who gamble on It
Ret hurt. Gambling Is Illegal, per se. Who else
gets hurt? School spirit? The athletes' wives
and mothers? show me damage, apart from
spiritual, and maybe vou got a case.
I have never known a flRhter to go to Jail
for taking a splash, but have seen many such
splashes, and some recently. Nobody was led
off to vile durance in the Black Sox mess, al-
though a known gambler fixed it. The football
players who got caught a few years back didn't
do any time.
A crime bespeaks an offense against the pub-
lic weal. Throwing a sporting event merely
serves the gambling participants right. It Is no
Invasion of privacy, no breaking and entering,
no murder, no rape, no mayhem. It does not
steal public funds or tamper with public mo-
neys' which Is more than you can say of the
general who corrupts procurement or people
who misrepresent clients for a public borrowing
agency like the RFC. ......
Holy cow, don't bother me with basketball
players when we got so much big-league larceny
around and about. Call the guilty parties mo-
ral lepers If vou will, and dismiss 'em with a
lecture, but let us concentrate on the big thieves
and let the petty larceny kids swim through the
net.
Priceless Heritage
By Bruce Biossat
BY DREW PEARSON
i M
Drtw Pearson says: Visit to Turkey-Bulgaria iron curtaiR
shows it's really rusty, barbed wire; Barley fields are
green on both sides of curtain here, but they may be>
come a battlefield.

ALONSIDE THE IRON CURTAIN, ADRIANOPLE. Turkey. 4-
Winston Churchill's well-coined phrase "The Iron Curtain" hat)
now become so universal that some people really believe the. 80j-
vlet border in encased in iron. Actually, however, the curtain ft
made of barbed wire and rusty barbed wire at that.
***""* tjH
This writer visited the southernmost segment of the Iron Cu*v
taln at a spot where democratic Turkey and Communist Burgart
meet. This border is the start of a long tangled barricade zlgzagj-
glng north past Hungary, Austria, Czechoslovakia. Germany attd
Poland. And though the fields of winter barley are Just as green
on both sides of this barbed-wire barricade, It might Just as jfell
have been made of iron as far as free enchange of human later-
course Is concerned.
I drove up to the curtain In a Jeep with Captain Feths Seckln
and Lieutenant All Aksoz of the Turkish Army. The tatter ls'lB
command of a ten-man detachment guarding the Kaprikule out-
post. The road leading to the curtain was paved with centuries*
old stone and beside the road were Roman wells built by Empetcf
Adrian. Bt the traffic leading to the barbed-wire curtain, asid*
from an ox team pulling a John Deere dilsc dril, a tribute to thaj
Marshall Plan, was nil.

Suddenly the road ended. Ahead was an Iron gate bearing
that International English word known to every tongue: "Stop.*
Bevond It was another gate slightly rusty and delapldated best-
ing the words "Bulgaria" In both French and Cyrillic. This Wsm
the Iron Curtain and the place which Turks call Serhad, which
.-ignlflcantly has two meanings: the frontier and the neckMne
where one's head is chorjped off.
BLOCKHOUSES GUARD CURTAIN
Alongside the gate was a series of blockhouses one orTtn
Bulgarian side, a little shabby with some of its windowpanes
missing and two on the Turkish side, both new and orderly. Oat)
Turkish blockhouse set back from the iron gate but connecte
with it by a series of trenches housed troops.
.
I climbed stairs inside the thick-waited parapet to the tower
on top of which a Turkish soldier stood scanning the landscape
hrough field glasses. Through his glasses we could see a Bulga-
rian guard In tiie tower on the opposite side of the Iron Curtain
scrutinizing us. From time to time he would run to the telephone
evidently to notify his headquarters about our party. Aside from
this, there was almost no movement on the frontier. The sturdy
walls, pierced with rifle slots, looked down on nothing more than
the winter barley fields and the long, long barricade of barbed
wire extending north.
PRISONERS ESCAPE
A htrd of water buffalo grazed In the distance. They did not
know the difference between Communism or Democracy, between
Russianized Bulgaria or Turkey - to which the Truman Doottiaa
Is supplying arms and Marshall Plan aid. They only knew that tfit
grass was Just as green on either side.
"Sometimes." remarked Captain Seckln. "sheep or buffalagit
under the wire and cross to the Bulgarian side and the Com-
munists shoot them. Our farmers get no chance to herd hem
back." Sometimes, also, I learned, Bulgarian political prisoners sneak
through the barbed wire at night to give themselves up to Tunnp
authorities. This happens at the rate of two or three tlme-fcjier
month and they tell a.story of harassment and political suprea-
slon in what once was a relatively Democratic country.
Climbing down from the watchtower we moved closer to the
Iron Curtain to the second Turkish building. This one was Juat
six feet from the gate separating the two countries.
On rare occasions an official with a properly visaed passport
Is permitted to pass through this gate and customs officials are
kept on the Turkish side to handle such transits. We sat down'
few feet from the gate to drink coffee with the customs officials.
The weather was cold but the sun was warm, and I pulled my
chair out onto a stone platform in the sunshine in fujl view of trie
Communist guards peering down through rifle slots In their
watchtower fifty feet away.
I don't know and never will know what they thought of tb*<
stranger the civilian dressed In Western clothes who sat. arty
drank coffee Just below them. I don't even know whether thsy
recognized me as an American out the Turkish guards, who watch-
ed them from the tower with their field glasses, reported thai,
on the opposite side of the Iron Curtain, there was more scurrying
and more frantic telephoning back to their headquarters.
However, the sun was warm and the coffee delicious and ft
lingered talking about the days when the army of Sultan Beya-
zkl battled with the armored knights of the Polish king and th
Grand Marshal of France In the days of the crusades across theat)
same barley fields before the gates of Adrlanople.
BATTLE FOR ADRIANOPLE
For hundreds of years men had fought to control this gate-
way to the Bosporus and they were still fighting. But the big ques-
tion is would another war start actively this spring? Would the
Russians attack before Elsenhower has a chance to strengthen tht)
armies of Western Europe, before an American-equipped TurklaR
army becomes stronger, before Marshal Tito further solidifies his)
hold on Yugoslavia? That is a question ditcussed In the chauci-
res and" the coffee houses of the Near East and that Is a ques-
tion I came to Europe to try to answer ___
Talking about it I drove back to Adrlanople. drove back over
an age-old blood-soaked battlefield now planted In barley by oxen
and John Deere disc drills a battlefield sure to be one of th .
first points of attack If war comes.
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
The so-called "great debate" on sending more
U. S. troops to Europe still rages. Every Amer-
ican concerned for his own and his country s
future must hope It Is wisely resolved on its real
merits. .. ,., _
With.that objective in view. It Is possible here
and now to eliminate from the argument one
element that has been injected by some of tne
debaters. That Is the issue of cost.
Senator Taft and some others who oppose
leaving the troops-for-Europe question to our
military leaders have many reasons. And one of
them Is that we cannot send too many men
abroad because we cannot afford it.
To sav that this Issue doesn't belong in the
debatj Is not to sav that we should be Indiffer-
ent to the cost of our military ventures. In Eu-
rope or anywhere else. On the contrary, we
should monitor the expenditure of every dollar
spent for defense.
That's not the ooint. What Is the point then?
It's that the debate over troops-for-Europe is
basically an argument over how and where we
can beat commit our strength for the defense
of America and the whole airee world.
Does a free people shrink from the cost of
preserving its liberties? At what stage can you
no longer "afford" to save freedom?
This country spent $350 billion to win World
War II. Is there anv American who doubts we
would have put out twice that sum if It had
been necessary to keep Germany or Japan or
both from conquering this country?
The answer Is evident to all. You can alway
"afford" the costs of guarding freedom. When
vou decide that you cannot, you have already
yielded your liberties and succumbed to tran-
ny. ,
As we spent in World War II to snuff out the
menace of Hitler and Tolo, so today we will
spend to gird the fre eworld to meet the threat
of Russian glbbal ambition. The onlv matter to
decide ft how we shall spend to do this Job.
If the United States Senate. In Its considered
wisdom, votes to support Administration propo-
sals for the dispatch of a greater armed force
to Europe, then there can be no hesitation about
our providing the monev needed. Whatever the
reasonable cost, we shall HAVE to afford It.
It would be small recomnense to know we had
balanced our national budget If in the pursuit
of this goal we had lost our priceless heritage
of freedom.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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MONDAY, MARCH 5, 19S1
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY KRSKINK JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
LIEUTENANT GENERAL WILLIAM H. H. MOR
ond from left), receiving the first 1951 Red Cr
Ross (third from left), Caribbean Director of
General Morris has previously stated in
are fully aware of the humanitarian efforts ex
need arises. To continue this worth-while wo
American is cognizant of the fact that he may
Cross. As insurance against the results of ilis
mies, it behooves every American to join the
Participants in the presentation were: (I
of Logistics, Caribbean Command, and Chairm
eral Morris, Mr. Ross, and L. F. Trace, Red Cr
RIS, JR., Commander in Chief, Caribbean (sec-
oss Military Membership Card from Howard
Operations for the Red Cross,
support of the 1951 campaign that, "Americans
pended by the American Red Cross whenever
rk, funds must be continually on hand. Every
someday require the assistance of the Red
aster, lack of food, shelter, clothing, and epide-
American Red Cross during March 1951."
eft to right) Colonel Virgil F. Shaw, Director
an of the Military Red Cross Committee; Gen-
oss Field Representative.
________________ (Official Armed Forces Photo)
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Will
Rogers' film biography is back on
the schedule at Warner Bros.,
with production expected to start
sometime before June.
The latest scrint, by Stanley
Roberts and Robert Arthur, was
just approved by Will, Jr., who!
told me that Jimmy Stewart la
the No. 1 candidate for the role
of the cowboy-humorist. Stewart
says Will, Jr., Is very much ac-
ceptable to the Rogers family. He
says:
"We're not worried about a
physical resemblance to my fa-
ther We just want to gret that
twinkle In his- eye."
Hollywood still hasn't learned
Its lesson about phoney titles.
A few months ago a so-called
Indian princess breezed into
town, was entertained lavishly
by the upper film crust and was
even reported engaged to two
stars. Now the beauty is back
in India and is listed on the
government books as a shady
lady. Just before she came to
Hollywood, she served a jail
sentence in France for smug-
gling narcotics.
RAILROAD
(Continued from Page 1)
business activities incident to the
operation and maintenance o
the canal. Under the name of
Panama Line it operates the
cruise liners Ancon, Panama and
Cristobal between the Canal
Zone and New York, with sailings
weekly.
"The one-way fare for adults
on this run, the report said, is
$J60 for minimum accommoda-
tions. But employes of the Canal
and the company, as well as
military and other Government
employes in the zone and their
families are carried on the ves-
sels at a minimum rate of $40.
"This low-cost transportation
has been a long-established poli-
cy of the company," Warren em-
phasized. "Its purpose is to en-
courage such Government em-
ployes and their families to take
vacations In the United States
because of Its beneficial effect on
health."
Total passengers carried by the
Une decreased from 13,268 in 1949
to 12.966 in 1950. Passenger reve-
nue, however, Increased $79,891
only because of a marked rise in
full-fare passengers. This, the re-
port continued, was partly the
result of a campaign lor tourist
Trade conducted by the company
in December, January and Feb-
ruary.
"A particular blow to operating
costs. Warren explained, was the
upward trend in wages paid to
offshore personnel and stevedor-
ing and pier employes after Oct.
1. The revised wage scales, he
said, are expected to increase the
company's expenditures by $107,-
000 In 1951 and thereafter about
$148.000 annually.
"Though freight revenue also
had a sharp drop during 1950,
Warren laid this primarily to a
marked reduction in military
and civilian personnel in the Ca-
nal Zone in contrast [o the pre-
vious year. The company's com-
missary division, he explained,
ordered far feweri supplies than
In 1949.
"Combined freight and passen-
ger statistics developed by the
audit showed that each of the
Panama Line's three ships earn-
ed on the average $1.749 a voyage
In 1950. as compared with $4,480
In the previous year.
The management of the Pan-
ama Railroad Company Is vested
In a board of 11 directors appoint-
ed by the Secretary of the Army
In his capacity as the sole stock-
holder of the company. The Gov-
ernor of the Panama Canal Is ex
offlcio a director and president
of the company."
Woman Slasher Will H. A. A. Hermanson,
Face Justice Today Ex-Pumpman, Dies
Insiders at Columbia still insist
they'll be surprised if Rita Hay-
worth ever returns to Hollywood
for another movie. They point out
that she's of a lazy nature, that
musicalswhat she does best-
are hard work and that she does
not ever have to work.
production by "acting out the
story with capes and muletas.
"We fought all during the
picture," said the youngish di-
rector, "but the minute anybody
said the footage wasn't good,
Wayne would invite them outside.
He always gave me the last word
and never let anybody suggest to
me that we run a dame through
to liven up the picture for the
men in the audience."
Groaned Boettlcher:
"My title was 'Torero,' but I
lost the battle to keep It. They're
calling it 'The Bullfighter and
the Lady,' \How corny can you
get?"
In Balboa Court
A formal charge, probably as-
sault with a deadly weapon, will
be placed this afternoon in Bal-
boa Magistrate's Court against a
26-year-old Panamanian woman
who was arrested late Saturday
for slashing another woman.
The defendant is Esmeralda
Agullar. of Rio Abajo. About 3:10
p.m. Saturday, Zone police said,
she met one Rebecca Franco, 19,
who lives above the R'.viera bar,
In the parking lot of the Pacific
Clubhouse.
The two women, who declared
that they had never met pre-
viously, got Into a row. Esmeral-
da reportedly whipped a razor
blade from her purse and slashed
the Franco girl down the left side.
At Gorgas Hospital, later, 33
stitches were needed to close the
gashes on her face, neck and
breast.
The embattled pair was sep-
arated by James Hamlet, a Gam-
boa busline chauffeur who bun-
dled them Into a borrowed car
and started for the hospital with
them. In Ancon he met two po-
lice officers one of whom arrest-
ed the Agullar woman, the other
taking Rebecca to the hospital.
The Agullar woman has been
held at the Ancon police station
over the week end.
In Detroit Home
Harry A. A. Hermanson. for-
mer pump operator in the Muni-
cipal Division died Saturday
morning In Detroit, where he had
lived since retiring from the
Canal-Railroad organization in
August 1949. He had been ill for
about a week.
Funeral services will be held
Friday at the John H. Homiin
Funeral Home. 5215 Seventh Ave-
nue, Brooklyn, New York.
Mr. Hermanson, who was 64
years old, was born In Brooklyn
and worked in New York and
New Jersey for about eight yeais
before coming to the Isthmus.
He was employed as boilermaker
In November 1912 in the Mechan-
ical Division at Gorgona.
He became a crane operator
the following year and served In
the Electrical, Dredging and
Locks Divisions until his transfer
to the Municipal Engineering Di-
vision as electric pumpman in
1919. He remained in that posi-
tion throughout the rest of his
Canal-Railroad service.
Ho is survived by one son, Har-
ry A. Hermanson, Jr., who llvs
in Detroit.
Warners are putting the oper-
etta "Viennese Nights" on sched-
ule for Gordon MacRae and Lu-
cille Norman... Sam Goldwyn's
after Robert Walker for "I Want
You," his follow-up to "The Best
Years of Our Lives."
Lionel Barry more' autobio-
graphy, with Cameron Shlpp,
will be published under the new
title of "We ftarrymoree" and
the dust jacket will feature a
photograph of Lionel, Ethel and
John in their "Rasputin" cos-
tumesall showing the Barry-
more profile... ."David Cop-
perfield" is a perfect example of
film ripening in the can. MGM
ran a test engagement of the
16 year old George Cukor film
and it outplayed current com-
petition.
IN HER STRIDE
The happy news from MGM's
press showing of "Three Guys
Named Mike" is that the lines
sparkle like Sonja Henie's dia-
monds and that Jane Wyman
handles a "My Sister ^Eileen"
type role with the comedy ease of
a Judy Holllday.
Wanda Hendrix will go bosomy
as an Innkeeper's daughter and
also wear tight-fitting pant in
Hal E. Chester's "The Highway-
man." Blushes Wanda:
"J lhlnk I "can prove something
with this role."
WE'RE WAITING
Promised and hoped for: Ava
Gardner wearing purple nylon
tights in "Scaramouche."
Frank DeVol, about an eyeftil-
ing cutie at Ciro's: "She wore one
of those off the body type dress-
es."
The whisper has started that
Republic has a movie that will
cause even tire mice to desert the
TV sets in "The Bullfighter and
the Lady." The original story was
written and directed by Budd
Boettlcher, the former Ohio state
football star who became a bull-
lighter In Mexico, and co-stars
Those censors again:
After Bob Crosby sang "Hulla-
baloo" on his Club 15 airshow,
Scripter Carroll Carroll had him
cracking, "That's a hull-of-a-
sor.g." The CBS censor deleted
the gag. Carroll objected, saving
that every week during football
season the network permitted
"We'll knock the double 1 out of
Illinois" on "Mr. Touchdown.
U.S.A." Carroll made a touch-
down. His gag went back into the
scriptand into the mike.
Aside to Quick Magaiine,
Readers' Digest and Time Ma-
Ktlne: Thanks for the quotes
im here.
FREE ZONE EXPERT K.
O. Haller, President of All-
transport Corp. of New York,
outstanding Freight Forward-
ers and Custom Brokers In Ne.v
York is here on a short visit.
Haller is an expert on questions
regarding Free Zones and will
aid in starting the Free Zone
of Colon. He represents in New
York, the Port of Hamburg
which operates the largest Pree
Zone of the world.
Authority Urges
Lots of Sweet Talk
For Skittish Cows
A press agent swears it hap-
pened: Jon Hall spent hours
hurling a burly Chinese actor
named Frank Woo out of a saloon
for a sequence in "China Corsair "
- That night, when Frances Lang-
Bob Stack, Joy Page and Gilbert ford asked If he had a tough day
tj?,h^.,v j t .. at the studio, Hall cracked:
tH.. u ?.hn Wavne ,nt0 "Not at all honey. I spent the
setting up the picture as a Wayne I whole day pitching Wood."
Nehru Brands Reds
As Menacing India
BOMBAY, Mar. 5. (UPi
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru today branded Communists as
a menace to India. He told an es-
timated 200,000 crowd that the
Communists were operating
from behind a curtain no na-
tion can tolerate such disruption
In the state."
Commenting on India's Ko-
rean policy Nehru said "we have
pursued a definite policy in re-
fjard to the happenings. This po-
Icy may be right and It may be
wrong. History will decide that
question.'
He dismissed as meaningless
the suggestion that India should
spor.ior a third bloc of Asian na-
tions.
ARGENTINA
HOLDS
(Continued from Page FOUR)
which he called the "only official
line-up."
In poloArgentina 24, Colom-
bia 2; Mexico 18, Per 3.
Water poloMexico 5, Chile 2.
Tennis (women's)Mara Lui-
sa Weiss of Argentina defeated
Felisa Pledrola Zappa of Argen-
tina 6-1.
Men's singles (final)Enrique
Morea of Argentina defeated Ale-
jo Russell of Argentina 6-4, 6-2,
6-2.
In the women's division Argen-
tina lead the point standings
with 43 points, Chile second with
27.
Welghtllftlng United States
athlete John Davis set three new
world records last night as he won
the Pan-American Heavyweight
Weightllfting championship.
Davis equalled his own record
for the press with 152 kilos and
improved the snatch mark with
150 (formerly 148 kilos), the clean
and Jerk with 180 (formerly 177.51
and total with 482.5 kilos or 1,062
pounds.
Second place went to Lennox
Kilgour of Trinidad, Norberto
Ferreira of Argentina was third,
Alonso of Cuba fourth, C. Domn-
guez of Per fifth and Anatol In-
nocent of Haiti sixth.
Lightheavywelght champion-
ship went to Steve Stanczyk of
the United States.
Cuba trounced the U. S. 8 to 1
in baseball this morning.
ROBBED BY A BREEZE
HOLYOKE, Mass. (UP) As
15-year-old Joyce LaCroix was
entering a bank to make a
deposit, a brisk breeze whisked
a $20 bill out of her hand.
It was not found.
3 Senators Sponsor
Bill To Liberalize
Retirement Benefits
Information received by the!
Canal Zone Central Labor Union
and Metal Trades Council from
their Washington Representa-
tive. Walter Wagner, Indicate
that major changes may soon be
made in the Civil Service Retire-
ment Act.
The Senate Civil Service Sub-
committee will meet today to
consider legislation sponsored by
Senators Johnston of South Ca-
rolina, Smathers of Florida. Cle-
ments of Kentucky, and Duff of
Pennsylvania.
The proposed legislation pro-
vides Increases up to" $360 a vear,
provided no annuity shall be ln-
, creased above $2400 a year. The
$360 maximum Increase will be
administered by allowing a fiat
increase of $120 a year, plus an
i additional $12 a year for each two
i months the annuitant has been
' on the annuity rolls.
Other benefits proposed in the
I legislation include a change in
the basic formula for computtng
the annuities of those who re-
tire in the future. For those mak-
ing less than $6.000 a year, an
| approximate increase of $5 will
be given for each year of service
prior to retirement. No changes
have been proposed for those
| making more than $6,000 annual-
j ly. but it Is anticipated some ccn-
! sideratlon will be given this group
in the final bill.
The present annuitants retired
on disability will receive the a-
bove Increases while future dls-
j ability annuitants will receive a
minimum of 40 per cent of their
active salary.
The proposal changes the sur-
vivor benefits by allowing the I
$120 a year plus $12 for each 2
months on the annuity roll for
the widow, plus an allowance of
$720 a year for one child and
$1440 a year for 2 or more chil-
I dren.
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Cows are skittish creatures, like
a lot of women, but you can keep
them In line with sweet talk.
That was the word today from
an authority on neurotic cows.
He is Dr. William E. Peterson of
the University of Minnesota. He
has devoted years of study and
experiment to the emotional
problems of cows and how those
problems affect milk production.
He has found that a frustrated
cow won't produce milk. He and
Ohio State University scientists
are working on a cooperative pas-
ture study in the hope of increas-
ing milk production 15 per cent
by calming the neurotic cows.
Peterson said you can't get milk
from Bossy If you give her a
hard time.
"You've got to treat cows with
kid gloves," he said. "Use sooth-
ing words, pet them In the right
Eilaces and make out you love
hem."
He said that cows are social-
conscious. Every herd has a queen
cow and the unsuccessful social
climbers become bitter and mal-
adjusted.
"You've got to keep reassuring
them," he said. "Keep them feel-
ing at home. There's nothing
more damaging to a cow's per-
sonality than a harsh grunt or
an unfriendly gesture,"
Peterson said that a farmer, or
a milkmaid, could use harsh
words while milking Bossy, if it's
done with a soft voice. It would
be possible to use scorching lan-
guage, If the words were crooned.
Peterson advised farmers to
start off with a nw cow on a
friendly basis.
"Pet her on the stomach," he
said, "and if she doesn't like that,
try her head."
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
No ser apaciguada Rusia
en la Conferencia de Pars
Un frente unido
de Occidente se
ha integrado
PARIS. Marzo 5. (UP). Un
rente unido occidental esta-
blecido en la poltica de "no
apaciguamiento" de Mosc, en-
contrar la Unin Sovitica
cuando las cuatro potencias 3e
renan aqui por primera vez
desde el verano de 1949.
La reunin despus de cua-
tro meses de discusiones di-
plomticas trabajar en la h-
ienda para la conferencia de
os Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Estados Unidos,
Gran Bretaa, Francia y Ru-
sia.
Los representantes occiden-
tales se presentarn coa es-
cepticismo, pero deseando en-
contrar una oportunidad en el
historial ruso de la postguerra
de no cooperacin en sus tra-
tos con el Occidente.
La reunin de Pars que es-
tablecer una serle de tpicos
para la discusin, pero que no
tomar decisiones* proveer* al
Occidente con un barmetro
de la intencin rusa y si Ru-
cia est estableciendo o pre-
parando la plataforma para
nueva propaganda contra el
mundo libre. El Soviet ha es-
tado presionando esta confe-
rencia de las cuatro potencias
desde octubre ltimo.
Las potencias occidesBales
han acordado ayer despus de
sus conversaciones, dirigir la
discusin inmediatamente so-
bre las causas generales de la
Pana m la Pi . Col. Z>
'----------b-------------
Requisitos exigidos prir la
Cancillera a naturalizados
panameos antes del ao 1936
El prximo 15 de marzo se vence el plazo sealado
por la Constitucin
De acuerdo con informes su-
ministrados a este diarlo en la
Cancillera los requisitos si-
guientes son los exigidos a loa
que estuvieren naturalizados al
entrar a regir la Constitucin
Nacional para los efectos de
conservar la calidad de pana-
meos :
1Un memorial en papel se-
llado, dirigido al Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores, dando sus
generales; lugar exacto de na-
cimiento, nmero y fecha de
su carta de naturaleza, dicien-
do que se desea cumplir con
10 preceptuado por el artculo
11 de la Constitucin Nacional;
3.Acompaar la Carta de
Naturaleza o una copla de Ta
misma expedida por el Regis-
tro Civil, la cual le ser de-
vuelta ms tarde.
3 Presentar un examen en
el Departamento de Naturali-
zacin sobre geografa, historia
y organizacin poltica pana-
mia. Para tal fin se le entre-
ne los requisitos exigidos, el
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores expedir un resuelto. Co-
pia de este resuelto, en papel
sellado de primera clase, se lle-
var al Registro Civil para su
Inscripcin.
El prximo quince de marzo
se vence el trmino para lle-
nar estos requisitos.
Censo de ejrcitos
se ha solicitado
a Rusia Sovitica
LAKE SUCCEESS, Marzo I
(USIS). Loa Estados Unidos
han pedido a la Uain Sovi-
tica que acepten de inmedia-
to el plan de las Naciones Uni-
das formulado en 1949 para
llevar a cabo un censo de los
Cita a reunin el
Comisionado de
la Defensa Civil
El Comisionado de Defensa
Civil, don Antonio de Reuter,
ha citado a una reunin que se
efectuar, el da 8 a las 8 a.m.,
en el Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia, a los Comandantes
Ral Arango. Luis Ducruet. del
Cuerpo de Bomberos, Jos A.
Remn, de la Polica Nacional,
al Inspector General de la Po-
lica Secreta Nacional, J. de
Dios Poveda y a los Jefes. Di-
cha reunin se llevar a efec-
to para tomar medidas rela-
cionadas con la defensa de la
poblacin civil y discutir pro-
yectos sobre proteccin de los
habitantes en caso de ataques:
areos y bombardeos de bombas
atmicas.
A esta reunin, se nos avisa!
a ultima hora, han sido invi-i
tados tambin el Secretarlo del
Relaciones Exteriores, el Go-
bernador de Panam, el Alcal-
de de este Distrito v el Gober-
nador y Alcalde de Coln.
ejrcitos y de los armamentos
gara a los interesados, un for* convencionales, censo que se
mularlo que deben estudiar. Es- ha visto bloqueado por la opo-
te examen no se presentar en sieln sovitica.
MIJ.J*? Pa/te ?,lBtint* '! >'. -"Ponder los argumentos
Los soviticos no
desean entender
a las democracias
LAHORE, Pakisgan, Marzo 5
(USIS). La Union Sovitica
"no puede entender los mto-
dos democrticos debido a que
sus propios mtodos son de
"rgida dictadura de hierro",
segn declara P.J. Stent, dele-
gado britnico a la Comisin
de las Naciones Unidas para el
Asia y el Extremo Oriente.
Stent dijo a la Comisin,
reunida aqui, que la mente so-
vitica "Jams ha conocido la
Independencia". Indic que, a
la inversa de lo que sucede en
Gran Bretaa, la Unin Sovi-
tica Jams ha dejado en li-
bertad a pas alguno sobre el
cual tuviera control.
Maana se cierra
la matrcula en el
Instituto Nacional
La Inscripcin de alumnos,
Unto viejos como nuevos, en
el Instituto Nacional, queda-
r definitivamente cerrada
maana martes, 6 de los co-
rrientes. Despus del da de
maana no se reservar cu-
po a ningn estudiante.
El pago de derecho de ma-
tricula deber hacerse du-
rante el mes de abril, lo cual
determinar la Inscripcin
definitiva de los estudiantes.
Los exmenes de admisin
para los alumnos proceden-
tes del exterior o de colegios
privados tendrn lugar
durante la primers semana
de mayo.
Quince leyes vet
el Poder Ejecutivo
Dentro de diez y ocho meses
Estados Unidos tendr flota
de unos 500 barcos de guerra
Entre ellos estarn 3 acorazados, 27 porta-aviones,
250 destructores y 100 naves pequeas
Por DAYTON MOORE
WASHINGTON, Marzo 5 (U.
P.)Para Julio primero del pr-
ximo ao. la marina de los Es-
tados Unidos tendr una ilota
de 500 barcos de guerra y 800,-
000 marinosla ms grande ar-
mada del mundo.
Los planes presentes bajo la
carrera rearmamentlsta, clama
por la operacin de tres acora-
zados, 27 portaviones. 19 cruce-
ros, 250 destructores, 100 subma-
Venezuela otorga
condecoraciones
a personalidades
5.
WASHINGTON. Marzo
USIS). i James A. Farley,
ex Director General de Correos rrra
de los Estados Unidos y otras ?ns' Departamento
cin.
4 Una, fotografa.
Una vei
que el interesado'lle-

Obras Pblicas se encargar
de construir los cordones a
lo largo de la va B. Porras
Brindarn agasajo
a Celso Carbonell
y a R. F. Herbruger
La Sociedad Panamea de In-
genieros v Arquitectos ha distri-
buido invitaciones a todos sus
miembros para un banquete que
e ofrecer el mircoles 7 de los
sS tost sr&a | &^z~
Carbonell. nuevo Ministro de O-
bras Pblicas y del Ingeniero
El Ingeniero Municipal, por
este medio, pide a los resi-
dentes de la Via Bellsario Po-
rras que se abstengan de cons-
truir aceras hasta tanto el Mi-
nisterio de Obras Pblicas no
construya los cordones de las
mismas, cosa que se har den-
tro de poco.
Muchos de los residentes en
esta va, estn ansiosos de
construir sus aceras, acatando
las disposiciones alcaldlcias en
ese sentido, comenzando mu-
de Naturaliza- soviticos del 26 de febrero de
que los ejrcitos soviticos eran
menores que los de las poten-
cias occidentales, Frank C.
Nash, de los Estados Unidos
dijo en una declaracin hecha
el sbado a la prensa qua el
censo es la nica lnert de
obtener loa datos exactos.
Nash, miembro de la Comisin
de las Naciones Unidas sobre
Armamentos Convencionales,
dijo que si el Gobierno so-
vitico en realidad quisiera co-
nocer los hechos "retirara su
oposicin a este programa", y
agreg que todava no es de-
masiado tarde para dar esos
hechos.
Los comunistas parece
que estn preparando
un gran contra-ataque
A pesar de las cuantiosas prdidas envan mis y
ms hombres a la carnieerfc
TOKIO .Mar

Dos turar Chanjyong. Los surcorea-
don Rodolfo F. Herbruger, de-
signado Ministro de Hacienda y
Sinembargo, en vista de que
la Via Bellsario Porras todava
no tiene los cordones regla-
Tesoro. En esta forma quiere la 5?!f^L**!* ,las ?ceras- ,la
Sociedad demostrar su reconoc-! X??*ZL lMm,5ma5' 8ln
miento a los mritos de los cole- ?i^s .c,ord"e.s: de,nas de f
ras oue han merecido esta da-1 **" ornato de la ciudad.
constituirla un peligro para
los peatones, ya que dichas
gas oue han merecido esta dis
tincin. El acto es totalmente de
carcter profesional sin distin-
gos polticos y slo se han he-
cho Invitaciones especiales a los
miembros de la prensa local.
aceras pareceran un ensan-
che de la via.
Sesn hemos podido averi-
raaa a la rae. > CoL I
El juicio contra ex-canciller
Checo puede dar la clave de
la suerte de tres americanos
PRAGA, Marzo S (UP).__Ob-
servadores occidentales dijeron
hoy que ellos esperan el jui-
cio contra el ex-Mintstro de Re-
laciones Exteriores, Vladimir
Dos diplomticos
tomarn parte en
el concierto hoy
Dos miembros del personal de
la Embajada Americana tocarn
con la Orquesta Sinfnica Na-
cional en el Concierto de Msica
Americana esta noche en el Tea-
tro Nacional.
Los miembros de la Emba-
jada Americana que tocarn
esta noche son Rufus Z. Smith.
Segundo Secretarlo, que tocara
en el grupo de violoncelistas y la
seora James Wainlo (Anne
Torbert), que estar entre los
violinistas primeros.
El concierto que estar aus-
piciado por el Ministerio de
Educacin y la Embajada de los
Estados Unidos, tocar msica
moderna de compositores de los
Estados Unidos, que sern to-
cados por primera vez en Pana-
m
El Presidente, seora Ana Ma
El viernes nueve
elegir el PR
Secretario Gral.
La Junta Asesora del Parti-
do Revolucionarlo Autntico, en
reunin celebrada el viernes pa-
sado, aprob por unanimidad la
renuncia del seno de la misma
presentada por el H.D. Nor-
berto Navarro, quien fu pos-
tulado Diputado a la Asamblea
Nacional por dicho Partido.
En la misma sesin, se in-
(Pasa a la Pg. a coi. t>
Los rojos chinos
han dado muerte
a 200,000 personas
TAPH, Formosa. Marzo S (UP)
El ministro nacionalista chino
de defensa revel que tiene una
lista de 200.000 muertos iden-
tificados, victimas de la purga
comunista en la tierra firme
china en los ltimos seis meses.
Dijo que los muertos identifi-
cados suman openas una quinta
parte de las muertes estimadas;
tajo la campaa de terror a ba-1
se de sangre contra los partida-'
ros de los nacionalistas.
Agreg que los muertos han I
siao Identificados princlpalmen- i
te en las provincias costeas, y
que la falta de comunicacin con
ias provincias del interior hacen
Imposible obtener detalles del .
i esto del milln de muertos.
Rica heredera est
divisiones de los Estados Uni-
dos hicieron tres ataques con-
tra los comunistas que ame-
nazaban el avance de las Na-
ciones Unidas en las montaas
del este central de Corea. Fran-
commericanos de la segunda di-
visin y unidades de la 7a. Di-
visin barrieron en Pelau con
caones, tneles, trincheras de
seis mil norcoreanos. La spti-
ma divisin se apoder de Ta-
mei, diez millas al noroeste de
Pangnim y cinco millas arriba
de la carretera de Pangnim a
Hoengson empujando hacia
Changpyong al noreste, 28 mi-
llas debajo del paralelo 38.
Una patrulla de la sptima
divisin penetr dentro de una
milla de Chanpyong ayer antes
de retirarse a sus defensas en
la noche. Un oficial de ope-
racin dijo que los americanos
no estaban apurados en cap-
nos en el flanco derecho de la
sptima divisin norteamerica-
na, tom Soksa, seU millas al
noreste de Chanplong, pero se
retir da alli. La divisin ca-
pital surcoreana marchando so-
bre la carretera Kangnung
Chanpyong, de la costa este,
est solamente a unas pocas
millas al noreste de Soksa. Las
divisiones de las Naciones Uni-
das al este del frente central
este, consolidaron sus nuevas
posiciones y derrotaron peque-
os contraataques comunistas.
Cerca de diez mil comunista*
fueron muertos o heridos des-
de el primero de marzo y des-
de el 25 de enero el total ex-
cede de 128,000.
A pesar de las prdidas, los
comunistas se estn reforzan-
do y aumentando los abastos
para pelear en los frentes o
raw u Pit l n.i i.
cuatro destacadas personalida-
des, estas ltimas de la Am-
rica Latina, han recibido la
Orden de Francisco de Miran-
da, de Venezuela, por su "so-
bresaliente devocin a la cau-
sa de la amistad interamerl-
cana en un periodo critico de
la historia del mundo".
La Medalla es una de las
ms altas distinciones de Ve-
nezuela, y se le confiere a
aquellos que hayan ayudado a
la ciencia o contribuido al pro-
greso de Venezuela. Adems
del seor Farley. recibieron la v P'ra construir nuevos buques'
de combate y 14 grupos de por-
tavlones con capacidad de 100
aviones cada uno.
La flota tambin tendr ms
de 500 equipos de pequeos an-
illos y otros apoyos, ms cien-
tos de aeroplanos de patrullas
y pequeos transportes.
Este plan proveer ms de Ta
mitad de los buques de guerra
de la Organizacin del Tratado
del Atlntico del Norte.
Debido al tiempo requerido
para sacar de la reserva a los
buques de la II Guerra Mundial,
Doce maestras del Interior
de Panam realizan estudios
en las escuelas de Dallas
condecoracin en ceremonia
que tuvo lugar en la Embaja-
da de Venezuela, las siguien-
tes personas:
Ret. Dr. Joseph T. Thor-
nlngm de Washington, educa-
dor y autor de una obra sobre
el General Miranda; Dr. Gui-
llermo sevllla-Sacasa, Emba-
jador de Nicaragua en los Es-
tados Unidos; Dr. Rafael He-
llodoro Valle, Embajador de
Honduras en Estados Unidos;
Luis Qulntanllla, Embajador
de Mxico en la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos.
El Embajador de Venezuela,
Dr. Antonio M. Araujo, quien
present las condecoraciones
en una recepcin en la Emba-
jada, dijo que los recipienda-
rios hablan prestado "valiosos
servicios a su pas. La conde-
coracin al Dr. Quintanllla le
fu presentada por el Dr. Re-
ne Lepervanche Parparcen,
Embajador de Venezuela en la
OEA.
La antigua amistad de Far-
ley por la Amrica Latina fu
recordada en este acto por un
miembro del personal de la
Embajada, quien hizo notar
que Farley hizo ms fcil y
rpido el servicio de correos
entre los Estados Unidos y la
Amrica Latina, aumentando
asi la amistad entre estos pa-
ses.
y obtener nuevos aviones, la
marina no puede alcanzar su
oasina t>. cl m
'an
Las devolvi a
la Asamblea el
28 de febrero
El Presidente de la Repbli-
ca devolvi a la Asamblea Na-
cional las siguientes leyes ve-
tadas.
1) "Por la cual se modifican
los artculos 362 y 365 del C-
digo del Trabajo y se dictan
otras medidas.
El veto en parte dice asi:
"El articulo 361 del cdigo del
Trabajo establece la existencia
de cinco (5) Juzgados Seccio-
nales de Trabajo, y seala las
porciones territoriales sobre las
cuales cada uno tiene Jurlar
diccin. El articulo 382, con-
forme a la modificacin, crea
6 Juzgados Seccionales de Tra-
bajo, al adicionar el de Puerto
Armuelles, adems de substituir
la sede de la Quinta Seccin,
segn parece, de Bocas del To-
ro a Almirante.
2) "Por la cual se desarrolla
el artculo 4 de la Constitucin
Nacional y se dictan otras me-
didas.
El veto en parte dice as: No
basta, para los fines indicados,
crear Comarcas con sus res-
pectivas Intendencias, si por
otra parte no se sealan los
limites de dichas Comarcas, que
deben determinarse con preci-
sin, despus de llevarse a efec-
to una Investigacin con crite-
rio cientiflco.
3) Sobre Rgimen Municipal.
(Pasa a la Pigfca 6, Columna 8)
La Feria Agrcola de Coln
se celebrar en la segunda
semana del mes de Mayo pxmo.
Hoy fu el sepelio
del comerciante
Don Ral Rubio
Est en Panam un
gran embarcador
de Estados Unidos
Clementis para despejar la in-
cognita sobre Herman, Noel y
Herta Fields, ciudadanos ame-
ricanos, que desaparecieron n
el verano de 1949, anunciados
desde entonces como "agentes
americanos."
Noel Field, de 46 aos, fun-
cionarlo del Departamento de
Estado antes, y trabajador so-
cial, desapareci despus de de-
Jar a Praga para Ir a Bratis-
lava el 13 de mayo de 1949. Los|
oficiales checos dicen que l'
abandon el pas, pero no di-1 ..
CC8nu SanonHe?mrandnndee 40 diVOrCiandOSC P0f
aos, vino a Praga en agosto ,
de 1949. luego fue a Varsovia
buscando aparentemente a Noel.
El 22 de agosto pas los regis-
tros de la aduana en Varsovia,
rumbo a Praga, pero nunca lle-
go a esta ciudad.
i,108,?018008 asisten en que
l dej Polonia y los checos
que l no arrib a Checoeslova-
quia.
Mientras tanto, de Nueva Del-
hi se ha informado que el Dr.
B- O- Kratochvll, quien renun-
InX h^i^.u^Hn Cn demanda. ""Ea"'ha wusto 5 J^de iterarse del movlmlen-j turas. Tienen maestras espe-
o ^?a a Principe de haberse "casado con it0 ** cu*a. en el Istmo. El 8r. | dales para canto, msica, edu-
la cuarta ocasin
CIUDAD DE MEXICO. Marzo
5 (UP)Se ha sabido que Br-
bara Hutton, de 37 aos, tres
veces divorciada, heredera de los
millones de Woolworth, puso de-
manda de divorcio el 26 de febre-
ro en Cuernavaca contra su
I DALLAS, Texas, Marzo 8.
Doce maestras del interior de
panam, alumnas de la Uni-
versidad de Panam y en Jira
de estudios por EE. uu., pre-
Y,la Invitacin del Dr. William
Campbell y su gentil seora,
tuvieron la magnfica oportu-
?, iS de vM**r las escuelas
H. W. Longfellow y W. B. Tra-
vis de Dallas, en el estado de
Texas, el viernes 23 del pre-
sente meg. Esta excursin es 'a
primera de una serie organi-
zada por los profesores Camp-
bell, con el fin de que conoz-
camos este pas. Primero visi-
tamos la escuela Longfellow.
Est funcionando en un edifi-
cio moderno, con las comodi-
dades de una escuela progresi-
va (aulas grandes, ventiladas
y claras, buen mobiliario, li-
bros y material de Intuicin a-
abundantes, altavoces, en cada
aula para or las rdenes de
la direccin de la escuela o los
cuentos que narran los alum-
nos del plantel.)
Asisten como 1,000 nios y
toman su lunch diariamente
en la escuela. Un grupo de a-
lumnos, identificados con una
- .T__,, '!" Insignia, mantiene una maxn-
Sr. R. O. Haller. Presidente flca domina . ,.L .S.
El Director de Ferias del Mi-
nisterio de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, Sr. Don Fede-
rico de Alba, nos inform que
durante la segunda semana de
Mayo tendr lugar en la Ciudad
de Coln la Feria Agropecuaria,
Industrial y Comercial.
La feria ser organizada en el
relleno de Coln, en los terre-
nos adyacentes al Colegio Abel
Bravo. Dicha Feria ser costea-
da por el comercio de Coln, con
la entusiasta colaboracin del
Comit Coln Prospera. El Mi-
nisterio de Agricultura. Comer-
cio e Industrias aportar la
ayuda tcnica necesaria, co-
rriendo sta a cargo de el Sr.
Federico de Alba y el Ingeniero
Agrnomo Henry Simons Qui-
res.
El Dlrecor de dicha feria sera
el Gobernador de la Provincia
de Coln, Sr. Don Carlos Vicen-
te Alvarado, y la direccin a
cargo del Sr. Don Jos Ma. Gon-
zlez, Presidente del Comit Co-
ln Prospera, Se ha obtenido la
colaboracin entusiasta del co-
nocido comerciante colonense,
(Pasa a la Pac. II Col. 3)
Ordenan evacuacin
de 200,000 en una
cosa de la China
HONG KONG, Marzo 5 (UP)_
Los comunistas chinos han orde
nado la evacuacin de alrededoi
de 200,000 residentes de la costs
de la China septentrional, para
convertir esta rea en fortifica-
ciones militares, segn informes
de chinos Independientes.
Despachos desde Swatow dicen
que durante el mes de marzo la
poblacin entera desde Swatow,
hasta doscientas millas hacia el
Sur casi de Hog Kong, ha sido
trasladada al interior de China.
Los chinos rojos han minada
v fortificado ya esta rea, esta-
bleciendo bases areas v centros
de operacin rusos, desde los
cuales vuelan y prueban misio-
nes de entrenamiento sobre Can-
tn.
de All Transport Incorporated,
cuarto marido, el Prncipe Igor ^JK ^?dh:
Troubetskoy.
El abogado del Principe Igor
dijo que su cliente pelear la
res de los Estados Unidos, ha
llegado a la ciudad de Panam
por una breve visita con el ob-
dlsclpllna en este lugar.
Las clases comienzan a las
9.30 A.M. y terminan a las 3.30
PM. Hay una maestra para
cada grado la cual dirige al
grupo y le da ciertas aaigna-
Praea nor n.i.1.. -ii j- principe ae naoerse casaao con i r ~ -~ =' = " cia jr canto, msica, eau-
Sav con h nll^, *ur lll solamente por su dinero".! Hajter.quien es experto en ma- cacin fsica, dibujo, pintura,
-J~ i S' L nombre de Mr. Ar.oche Belli dijo en Los Ange- I te^a de zonas libres y quien es, etc. Estas ensean sus aslg-
t;!de de Arias y otros altos un-i Iin. debido a que l teme ,es que gu mdico asociado .Ros- i el representante del puerto de naturas en aulas especiales
conarios de Panam y los Es- que los comunistas intenten coe Qaither. est manejando to- Hamburgo, puede ser de gran correlacionndolas con las que
ta^s Unidos asistirn al con-; ""tjfjo- ce que ha salido dos ios detalles v representar al! utilidad para la zona libre de. ensena la maestra del grado,
cierto, que sera dliigldo por el'en pos de asilo poltico en Gran Drincipe en la demanda de dl-1 Coln. I Hay una clnica en la escue-
Profesor Walter Myera Bretaa. vorcio en Cuernavaca hoy. I tPasa a la Paglaa cea. X,
En la maana tuvo lugar el
sepelio del seor don Ral Ru-
blo, conocido comerciante de la
localidad quien falleci en la
madrugada de hoy, victima de
larga enfermedad. Constituy
una sentida demostracin de
pena.
Destacada personalidad del
comercio panameo. Se estable-
ci en la capital en el ao
de 1935 al fundar el clebre
almacn "Los Quebrados", no-
table por los sistemas que pu-
so en prctica. Naci en Sanctl
Spiritus, Cuba. Viajo por casi
todos los paises del mundo, ha-
biendo pasado loe mejores aos
de su vida en La Habana, Nue-
va York. Santo Domingo y Pa-
nam, donde ech anclas y se
nacionaliz en el ao de 1940
Pretenden hoy completarle*
caso de los que intentaron
asesinar al Pdte. H. Truman
WASHINGTON. Marzo 5 (U.' del a Casa Blalr era parte del
P.lEl Gobierno pretende.com- complot nacionalista,
pletar el caso contra el puerto-
trlqueo nacionalista Osear Co-
llazos acusado de matar un guar
ala de la Casa Blanca en no-
viembre ltimo cuando Inten-
taron matar a Truman.
En la segunda semana del jui-
cio, el Jurado de nueve mujeres
y tres hombres oir el testimo-
nio de expertos en balstica so-
bre las treinta y un balas in-
tercambiadas en la batalla en
Trente de la Casa Blair. donde En "na de la celdas de la Po-
resldia en esos das el Presiden- ncia Secreta Nacional se en-
te Truman I cuentra detenido Esteban Wll-
Collazo est acusado de asesl- llams' quien _penetr en una ca-
Tras de intentar
robar a una mujer
le dio una paliza
sa con el fin de robar, siendo
sorpreniddo por la duea.
Segn se desprende de las in-
nato en primer grado del poli-
cial de la Casa Blanca, Leslie
Coffelt v asalto criminal a otros
dos guardias. Se enfrenta a una ve^ SeSsTwUM
condena a la silla elctrica aun- v
que la bala fatal haya sido dis-
parada por su compaero de
asalto Grisello Torresola, quien
fu muerto en el tiroteo.
Cuando Collazo declar en su
propia defensa, se prepar a
ams penetr
Fundador de varias empresas de peraba decir al jurado que l y
aliento, el almacn "Cinco y Torresola Intentaron solamente
Diez Centavos" vino a ser la prl- hacer una demostracin para
en la residencia de la Sra. Ma-
ra de Greenldge, de 31 aos de
edad, en la Calle Mariano Aro-
semena No. 41, cuarto 31. Al ser
sorprendido por sta, la empren-
di a golpes contra la pobre
mujer, teniendo que ser atendi-
negar que nunca hubiese inten- da en el Hospital Santo Tomas.
tado asesinar a Truman. El es-
La seora Greenidge presenta
escoriaciones en la cara y en el
cuerpo, pero no se le dl Inca-
mera tienda de su gnero es- buscar el apoyo al partido na-'paeldad. Sinembargo, Williams
tablecida en Panam. En la ac- rlonallsta puertorriqueo en su fu aprehendido y se encuentra^!
tualldad era miembro de la flr- lucha por la Independencia de en su celda esperando a que se4r f1
ma Rubio. Rodrguez y Ca la isla. El gobierno no tratar le de traslado de su caso a la
(rasa s is Pg. t. Cei. ti i de probar ahora que el asalto autoridad competente.


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93. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFINDIKNTB
LUNES, MARZQ I, MSI
lanamaAmtca
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
HARMODIO ARIA*. Dintelo
EDITADO POR LA
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TlLtrONO 2-0740 (CINTRAU PRIVADA) APARTADO POITAL NO. 134
tu CU T1LLMII SITUADO! IN ITA CIUDAD, CA'.LI H. NO. 87
Ahorros y la Economa Nacional
INTRODUCCIN:
Una persona ahorra biene con el fin de utilitarios en 1 futuro.
Ahorrar es una actitud y no una accin. Consiste en la vo-
luntad de privarse de un bien actual con el fin ce realliar un bien
mayor en el porvenir.
En una revista de sas de
Upo divulgador he ledo un
artculo, condensado de otro pu-
La,abnegacion personal es la base de todo ahorro. La incli-, blicado en "Tomorrow titulado
NOVSIMO teatro critico
DEGENERACIN Y GENE-
RACIN.
'/?. U
LA DICTADURA MILITAR CONTRA "LA
PRENSA," DE BUENOS AIRES
Cada da se reciben noticias ms alarmantes
en relacin con la actitud asumida por la dictadu-
ra militar que impera en Argentina contra el dia-
rio "La Prensa,'' de Buenos Aires. Los informes
denuncian un estado de cosas en la hermana Re-
pblica del Sur que necesariamente tiene que com-
batir no slo un considerable sector de la opinin
argentina sino tambin todos los pueblos que con-
ciben la libertad sin restricciones indecorosas.
I^o que est sucediendo es un fenmeno de ti-
ptj temperamental. El gobernante argentino, ate-
nido al dominio que ejerce en las fuerzas armadas
y* al respaldo de un considerable grupo de la ma-
st debidamente adiestrado para estos espectculos,
ha convertido en un capricho personal la cuestin
d- la rebelda cvica del prestigioso diario bonae-
rense.
^vLos hechos estn demostrando el peligro que
representa para la integridad de la democracia ame-
ricana h existencia del rgimen del General Pern.
Se trata de una dictadura miliar que no es exac-
tamente igual a las otras que imperan en algunos
pases del continente y de manera especial en de-
terminados sectores del Caribe. El caso de la Ar-
gentina entraa una amenaza mayor porque lo que
all sucede es una alianza entre las fuerzas mili-
tares que controla el Jefe del Gobierno y un sec-
tor popular estimulado por una ideologa poltica
demaggica de factura facista. En cambio, las otras
dictaduras que actualmente dominan ciertos pases
nuestras no son ms que el producto de un rgimen
que nicamente descansa en bayonetas pero que no
est estimulado por programas ideolgicos.
Junto con la opinin pblica continental, los
peridicos americanos, que son sus mximos voce-
ros, deben estar alertas vigilando la suerte de "La
Prensa." Si continan los atentados contra ese dia-
rio los rganos de publicidad del hemisferio deben
unirse en una campaa ms intensa, si posible fue-
re, para defender el principio vulnerado por el go-
bierno de Pern y para combatir los desmanes de
su rgimen.
An cuando no fuese posible hacer que se de-
sista de los ultrajes al gran rotativo de Buenos
Aires por lo menos se lograra arraigar ms en
la conciencia del gallardo pueblo argentino el sen-
tido de la solidaridad democrtica y servira, igual-
mente, como un hermoso ejemplo de espritu co-
lectivo americano vigilante siempre de la causa de
la libertad.
nacin de ahorrar indica la preocupacin del que ahorra para u
porvenir y generalmente se hace un hbito en la clase de perso-
nas que se interesan en mejorar la situacin de sus lamillas.
DEFINICIN DE TRMINOS:
La Cuenta de Ahorro es un contrato entre el banco y el que
ahorra.
El que ahorra es el dueo verdadero de sus fondos y simple-
mente pospone su uso con el fin de reunir una cantidad mayor al'
final del periodo de ahorro.
E banco compensa con intereses al que ahorra por haber de-
jado tus fondos intactos. Adems de pagar intereses 1 banco
est obligado a devolver la suma completa al depositante.
El cliente otorga al banco el derecho de qpnsolidar estos fon-
dos con los de otros depositantes para invertlrloe. La mayora
El "Aviso Oportuno'9
"El Mercado Sin l Es Barato y Efectivo
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
- '"^Hacienda v Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
Sen punto de la maana del da 15 de Marzo, del ao
en curso, por el suministro dr.ARTCULOS.DEVETEFUNA-
niA para uso delFOMENTO AGRCOLA DE CHIRIQUI.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesado
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Juan J. Rodrigue
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Panam. 2 de Febrero de 1951.
Inteligente
i f
Se va de vacaciones
a COSTA RICA
Solamente
Ida y Regreso*
B/. 35oo
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"La. vejez es coaa suya." Lo lr-
ma un mdico, que debe ser
hebreo norteamericano Max Ja-
cobson.
, Se Inicia el trabajo con la
tradicional exposicin de ideas
optimistas. No se debe hablar
de vejez sino de edad avan-
zada: somos viejos cuando em-
pezamos a sufrir las Incapaci-
dades de la vejez: el factor de-
cisivo no es la edad cronolgi-
ca abo la edad arterial. Ban,
lustres comunes.
Luego discute el autor las
\
pasa el hombre a gusto: goza
de salud, ae divierte: hay has-
ta quien trabaja con alegra.
Luego tenemos los dieciocho
aos del aano. Hay que sopor-
tar cargas, llevar el grano que
otro se come y aguantar pun-
tapis y garrotazos. Despus los
doce anos del perro: la vida
de perro: el hombre grue y
de lo prstamos e hipotecas disponibles son demasiado grande enfermedades que sufren los de
para un inversionista individual, pero son propio para ser mane
jado por nna institucin bancarla que tenga la capacidad orga-
nizada para juzgar tales proposiciones y para llevar la operacin
a una conclusin satisfactoria.
INCENTIVO FARA AHORRAR:
El que ahorra puede tener sus razones personales ara ello,
pero las razones mas comunes ion:
1. Provisin de fondos para las necesidades imprevistas del
porvenir.
2. Grstificacin del deseo humano para nn ambiente de se-
guridad.
3. Provisin de Ingresos para los herederos despus de Is
defuncin del depositsnte.
4. Acumulacin de fondos para la construccin o repara-
cin del hogar.
5. Acumulacin de fondos para la educacin de los hijos.
8. Acumulacin de fondos para la compra de tUe moder-
nos, tales como automviles, refrigeradora, radios, etc.
7. Acumulacin de fondo para la vacaciones anuales, tan
necesarias en la vida moderna.
AHORROS COMO FUENTE DEL CAPITAL:
En la vida moderna las cuentas de ahorro son la fuente prin-
cipal del capital para la expansin de la Industria v el comercio.
Se ha dicho que en verdad el capital es solamente una acu- e,crj(0r hebreo
edad avanzada, esto es, con
claridad, los viejos. Las llama-
das enfermedades degenerati-
vas. Y degeneracin quiere de-
cir decadencia vital de la c-
lula. La reproduccin de la c-
lula se hace ms lenta y pln-
clpla ef proceso de -morir. Los
tejidos pierden su vigor.
Propone el Dr. Jacobson co-
mo medio preventivo de la ve-
je/, de la" edad avanzada si
nos atenemos a su optimisticu
expresin, una revolucin in-
terior, la revolucin de los vie-
jos: negarse a ser descarta-
dos: insistencia en sus dere-
cho, Inteligente Insistencia. La
edad avanzada no trae de la
mano la senilidad. La senili-
dad es Incapacidad. "Desde Pla-
tn hasta Einstein, desde Moi-
ss hasta Churchill, los ejem-
plos levantan con orgullo sus
cabezas nevadas", termina el
mutacin de horas de trabajo que han sido ahorradas y entonces
Pero todo eso es gana de ha-
Dakar ser la capital de .
Francia cae en manos
de Iqs ejrcitos de Mosc

por SU DEINDORFEK
(N.A.N.A.)
DAKAR, Africa Occidental
Francesa. Marzo 6. (EP8).
a l dientes sin embar-1 El viejo puerto africano de Da-
!n f.. rivSr dientesf nara! *ar. en la costa occidental de
SoriV^Vora ?&> a^osif^a^la_pqblaclnimJ
del mono, los ltimos: el viejo:
se queda calvo y sirve de risa
a los chicos...
Ortega y Oasset cita tres ver-
sos, tomados de plutarco en la
vida de Licurgo. Los recitan
sendos coros: ,
Loa viejos: Nosotros hemos
sido guerreros muy fuertes.
Lo jvenes: Nosotros lo so
pera en todo el territorio fran-
cs, contina' febrilmente pre-
parndose para un da que esr
pera no ver nunca: el de la
cada de Francia.
Diplomticos occidentales
que ocupan puestos destacados,
oficiales navales y militares y
lderes Industriales Importan-
tes sealan privadamente el
papel estratgico que le tocar
nido- a Dakar para darle un
vistazo a las poras, se exprtso
del modo siguiente:
"Los rusos avanzan a travea
de Ja Alemania occidental y
penetran en Frania, ante tie
que el mundo occidental ter-
mine l rearme europeo. Pans
cae otra vet. Los funcionarios
franpeses se trasladan a Da-
kar, segn sus planes, y res-
tablecen la Repblica en to-
ras a i raa coi. i>
- - - "f-
mos: si tenis gana, miradnos desempear a Dakar, si Fran-
a la cara. Cia llega a ser ocupada por
Los muchachos: Pero nosotros fuerzas militares del Soviet o
se desploma Interiormente ba-
jo el peso de los agitadores co-
seremos mucho/ms fuerte to-
dava**
munistas franceses. En caso de
He ah la verdad: he i-.h el que ocurra una calamidad de
problema de las generaciones. esta naturaleza, la sede del go-
la generacin, que es el esp- biemo automticamente se
rltu de cada tiempo o el tlem- trasladar de Paris a Dakar.
po vigente, el mundo vigente,
si nos atenemos a Ortega.
Cuando cambia-el espritu del
tiempo, quieran o no los vie-
Separada del resto dea inun-
do por el desierto, la selva y
el ocano, Dakar est situada
en medio de las posesiones ul-
jos, ios jvenes, los muchachos, tramarinas de Francia, estre-
reinvertidas para el beneficio del interesado. ,_ u e(Ud ^^ n cWe.
Mucho capitalistas pasan la primera parte de su vida en una bro cabe funcione normalmen-
cambia la vida humana. Por-
que ese mundo vigente es la
historia. Cada uno se piensa
lo mejor er> un tiempo: ahi re-
side la fuerza de la generacin.
Pero el tiempo vigente pasa. V
los que siguen se sienten los
mejores; y otras ellos los otros.
Las generaciones transforman
los perfiles del mundo.
El "cualquiera tiempo pasa-
do fue mejor" conserva su meo-
llo de los que pasaron, de los
escala modesta porque ello quieren relnvertlr los fondos que
gastaran con un standard de vida ms elevada Bate sistema de
financiar por medio del ahorro es la manera ms econmica de
fundar un negocio y tambin e la forma ms para del capita-
lismo.
EVOLUCIN DE LAS CUENTAS DE AHORRO:
le. Y falla lo otro, el cuerpo:
llmese 1 prstata, el endure-
cimiento do las arteria, el co-
razn: todo eso que le cuentan
a uno los mdicos.
Claro, el problema es la edad,
las edades del hombre, la teora
En otros tiempos los bancos cobraban al depositante por el; de las edades; Shakespeare, en
servicio de guardar sus fondos en seguridad. Ms tarde esta si-
tuacin cambi, llegando los banqueros holandeses a pagar Inte-
reses a los cliente que decidan dejar sus fondos en depsito por
un tiempo determinado.
Los banqueros ingleses aprovecharon este ejemplo ms tarde
a tal punto, que los economistas opinan que el gran periodo de
expansin del Imperio Britnico en el siglo pasado fue financiado
por capital preveniente de las cuentas de ahorro de la clase media
del pueblo de Escocia e Inglaterra.
CUENTAS DE AHORRO COMO DEFENSA CONTRA LA
INFLACIN:
Durante periodos de extrema prosaperidad las cuentas de a-
horro atenan los males de un circulante excesivo, que de otra
manera contribuira a la inflacin de precios.
En esos periodos de extrema prosperidad, el gobierno puede
hacer gran bien estimulando el espritu de ahorro por otro pla-
ne, que suplementan las cuenta de ahorro, tales como bono
gubernamentales y certoificadls de ahorro. Como incentivo adi-
cional de estos planes para controlar la inflacin, el producto de
estos bono y certificados de ahorro suele declararse exento del
pago de Impuestos.
El periodo de 1940 a 1945 en Panam demuestra cmo un ex-
ceso de circulante en manos del pblico sirve para provocar un
alsa genearal de precio*.
Los periodos de Inflacin perjudican tanto al consumidor co-
mo al comerciente, porque ambos necesitan hacer precipitados
ajustes cuando se retorna a la normalidad.
PLAN DE AHORROS EN VEZ DE COMPRAS A PLAZOS:
La manera ms econmica de adquirir automviles, refrige-
radoras, etc., es mediante la acumulacin de fondos en una cuenta
de ahorros.
Es ms razonable recibir 3 por ciento de inters en u dinero,
que pagar por lo menos el 6 por ciento ms del costo de lo que
intente adquirir, mediante el sistema de compra a plazo.
Ahorrar para la compra de un artculo definido e el mtodo
ms simple para adqurlr las cosas que contribuyen a mejorar el
standard de vida.
La compra a plazos con exceso, colocan al individuo en el
mismo dilema econmico que l tuviere un negocio con insuficiente
capitalizacin y har que el crdito a cortos plazos sea una ne-
cesidad permanente.
AHORROS COMO NDICE DE MADUREZ NACIONAL:
La intensidad del ahorro demuestra el estado econmico y
desenvolvimiento social en que eat colocado un pas.
Las Islas Britnicas y los pases Escandinavos tienen por lo
menos un banco de ahorro por cada diez mil habitantes.
Kara vex un pais primitivo tiene un programa de ahorros or-
ganizado y es necesario atraer el capital de aquellos pases donde
las cuentas de ahorro acumuladas han producido capitales so-
brantesa.
Siempre es necesario atraer capital hasta que los ahorros lo-
cales puedan suministrar parte o todos los fondos necesarios para
el desarrollo de la riquezas naturales.
La necesidad de ahorro en Panam debe incluir tambin la
conservacin de producto, especialmente productos agrcolas. A-
naulmente grandesa cantidades de verdadera riquesa ae deterio-
ran debido a la deficiencia en almacenaje y facilidad de distri-
bucin.
El efecto prctico para el productor es el mismo que si care-
ciera de fondo en su cuenta banca ria.
En Suecla es una prctica comn, entre la persona de quin-
ce a veinticinco aos, ahorrar el diez por ciento de su sueldo. Al
fin de diez anos el que ahorra tiene un capital igual a m de
trece meses de sueldo.
En Panam un programa de cinco por ciento por cinco anos
revolucionaria la economa a pesar de las modestas entrada de
lo que abarren.
la comedia "A vuestro gusto",
es partidario de una divisin
de la existencia en siete eda-
des.
Aristteles ha discurrido en
torno a las tres edades: juven-
tud, plenitud o "alon" y vejez.
Conocida es la famosa divisin
que plante Esopo y luego Ja-
cobo Grlmm coment donosa-
mente. La vida del hombre lle-
ga a los setenta aos porque ej
asno, el perro y el mono han
entregado una porcin de los
suyos. Los primeros treinta los
chmente unida por eficientes
medios de comunicacin y una
variedad de sistemas de trans-
porte con Argelia, Tnez y Ma-
rruecos, al norte, el Africa E-
cuatonal, hacia el sur, Mada-
gascar e Indochina hacia el
este y las principales capitales
de todo -1 mundo. An cuan-
do el control del Mediterr-
neo con sua puertos de Impor-
tancia vital en el norte de A-
frlca, pase a poder de Rusia,
en alguna fecha futura ms
que fueron y siguen rivlendo o|o menos ,nclerta, .mU
haciendo que viven.
Tal vez loa ms cmodos sean
los hedontstas. No se preocu-
pan de pensar. Se preocupan de
eso que ellos denominan "pa-
sarlo bien." Hay que "pasarlo
bien."
cientos veinte kilmetros de
desierto abrasador continuarn
protegiendo a Dakar.
Durante casi tres aos, los
funcionarios franceses que via-
jan entre Pars y Dakar han
estado a cargo de la inspeccin
El problerna reside en que no i culdadosa de las tremendas o-
a todos basta el "pasarlo bien',' bra8 de expansin, que afectan
asi sea lo ms cmodo; lo me- a t0das las fases de la vida
mos complicado. | gubernamental. La poblacin
La generacin sustituye a la ie na duplicado, nuevas pls-
degeneracln que es el que pa- fa t aterrizaje se han ex-
s, el que hizo en la vida y en
su tiempo lo que pudo, no lo
mejor. Pero que mira con ca-
rio, con nostlgia a eso que
pudo.
En el hombre que viene todo
es pretexto para ocuparse de
si mismo y para que se ocu-
pen de l. Quiza constituya su
secreto.
tendido por las llanuras cir-
cundantes, se drag el puerto
una vez ms, se derribaron
viejas edificaciones para hacer
espacio para los grandes edi-
ficios de la administracin y
los alojamientos de los funcio-
narlos.
No hace mucho un adminis-
trador colonial que habla ve-
Noddy as ra die*
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5JP
Srvalo con
EVERREADVde NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Leche
Se prepara al instant*
en la tasa.
NOTA:
La Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam. S. A., le complace en
anunciar a u claienteia que estamo ofreciendo todos lo servi-
C niancar'* en un* nue" sucursal en el Hotel "El Panam".
Dicha sucursal estar abierta diariamente de 9.00 a. m a
i P> m,.con '* "!*<> * lo Sbados que ser solamente hasta
las iz.se p. m. Esta hora ion las mismas de nuestra otra su-
r nala del Parque Lefevre. La apertura de esta nueva sucursal
na sido para mayor conveniencia de nuestros clientes de Bella
Vina, Campo Alegre, Cangrejo y Sabanas, quedando sobreen-
tendido que todos los cliente de la Compaa Fiduciaria de Pa-
nama, S. A., podrn utilisar los servidos de la oficina principal
asi como cualquiera de las sucursales indistintamente.
ADORNE SU MESA CON UNA PRECIOSA
VAJILLA de
ti ACUILA
AVENIDA CENTRAL 91
PORCELANA
adquirala en
CLUB de 30
SEMANAS
50o* 75<
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LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA MWNl DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enrtros Premiados en Sortao Ordinario No. 1669 del Domingo 4 dt Marzo de 1951
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididas en dos series de 26 fracciones cada una denominadas A y b .
Premio Mayor
Segundo Premio
Tercer Premio
2649
1 738
9887
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
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Loe novecientos billete entero terminadas en I y ae ce prendido en la lista precedente estn premiado eon
Cincuenta Do Balboas (B/3.t0).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v dos fraccione* aue componen las dos series A y "B .
riRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. JOS DOMINGO SOTO.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, JUAN AROSEMENA Q.
LutoL-ya OCdula Ne. 50-390 El Notarlo Tercero del Circuito de Panam DAVID O MEDINA
Gilberto GuardiaCdula No. 47-2337 ROGELIO AVILA P.
Secretarlo

Un MUala ararlam raa 1 litan cllra r ran lu aaa lllmai
at WTaari
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NOTA:
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tear. iniiliile ,\ Praaala Majar- El Premie
Premtea U y 4a e artaaran que na MIMe retalle errarla cao Mmim aramio, el poeeeder Se aae
hlllele llene el ratita a *e le aaaa aaadee lee aramia ae* qvt retallara
eirertaSe ____________^_^__^_____
SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
Domingo 4 de Mano de 1M1
' Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Setenta (!")
Primer Premio...
Segundo Premio.
Tercer Premio...
Lea premia.. M |trtn a la par atgnn la Ltrta Oficial Se Panam enea Otl-
rlna 4e la lotera Narlenal a Beeieflreeirta riluaSt an la 4>eaia Central
rraceion Billete
/ 8/
.. 49 11.00 220.00
.. 38 3.00 60.00
.. 7 2.00 40.00
Pian del Sorteo Ordinario Ne. 167* que ic ha de
celebrar el 11 de Mano de 1951.
Mllelr enietei ramprrnda it fracciona dividido an a* nrlaa a M
friuataiiat cade na daammiaaeU *S" e <
pactuo MAYO
l Premio Hejot, ea*laa A B .de ... B> M.m.M caaa .arle S'ilfMJJ
1 Secundo Pitmlo. ene A B. de... 7.M0.U0 cada aarit
I Tttenr Premio aria A B. da.... UOOJW cada arte
II Aprnxlmaclonae. arla A e B. da... 2*0.00 cada arle
Pramlee. arte A a. de.......... I.M0.00 cada arte
M Pramloa. aartat Ata da.......... T8.BB cada tae
00 Pramloa arla A B da.......... M.00 cada aerle
SEGUrTDO PRBtalO
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t Premio arle A t a da.......... I M cada arle
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MINES, MARZO 5k lili
tL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA
A enorme velocidad Planeta
menor avanza sobre la fierra
Por THOMAS B. HENRY.
Redactor cientfico de N.A.N.A.
WASHINGTON, Marzo 5.
(EP8IEl Observatorio Naval
de los Estados Unidos anuncia
el descubrimiento de uno de los
REUNION EN LA ALCALDA.Una Importante reunin te celebro en la Alcalda Municipal
del Distrito, con los propietarios de clube de muebles para la adopcin de una sene de me-
didas, de las cuales damos cuenta en nuestra primera pafina. La foto recoge a los asistentes
a este neto, presidido por el Alcalde Vega Men de. _^_________ _______________________
Ornamentos y Vestiduras
de los Sacerdotes
PRENDAS QUE UISTIMUtfeJX
AL SACERDOTE:
Sotana
De color negro para los sa-
cerdotes (blanca en el trpico
para el uso cotidiano en el in-
terior). Alzacuello es el cuello
sacerdotal cuyos bordes blancos
asoman alrededor del de la so-
tana. El alzacuello es comn
a todos los ordenados cualquie-
ra que sea su dignidad.
Los religiosos (sacerdotes re-
gulares que hacen vida en co-
mn) usan el hbito propio de
su Orden y la mayora no usa
alzacuello.
Esclavina:
Prenda que cae basta la al-
tura del pecho por delante y
por detrs de color negro para
los sacerdotes y plano para el
Papa y rojo para los Obispos
(tambin la usan negra*. Esta
prenda va abotonada por la par-
te delantera o simplemente con
un broche en- el cuello. Muy
usada por los seminaristas en
la universidad y nunca o rara
vez usada como prendas de ca-
lle por los sacerdotes. Estos
(a voluntad la usan en su ca-
sa). Yo no la uso nunca.
Dulleta
Prenda de Vestir de calle. Es-
pecie de abrigo abierto por de-
Jante y abotonado al modo de
los abrigos.
Manteo
Capa anchsima y larga de
color negro para los sacerdo-
tes y rojo para los Obispos. Es-
ta prenda no se usa en Am-
rica y s en Roma y en Espa-
a. Es muy elegante y viste
mucho.
Rete
Sombrero de cuatro puntas
usado en Espaa. Es prenda de
casa y de Iglesia en el cere-
monial. No es prenda de calle.
Los seminaristas- lo usan en la
universidad sin que tengan otra
prenda de cabeza hasta que no
estn ordenados por lo menos
de ordenes menores.
Birrete
Prenda de cabeza (sombrero)
lo mismo que el bonete con la
diferencia de que ste tiene
tres picos, mejor que picos tr*es
alturas en semlarco que se unen
en su centro.
Teja
Prenda de cabeza al estilo de
un sombrero de color negro. Es
prenda que se usa para la ca-
lle. El sombrero sacerdotal. La
teja de los Obispos y del Papa
lleva un cordn que la cie y
de cuyos bordes que penden
hacia atrs cuelgan dos borlas
ordinariamente de color verde
como la cinta o cordn.
Lahevilla
en las zapatilla* es muy comn
en dignidades eclesisticas sin
que sean de rbrica.
Prendas para el Ceremonial
Religioso
Tiara: Mitra Papal: de tres
torres: Prenda de cabeza exclu-
siva del Pontfice Supremo. La
usa en las grandes ceremonias
religiosas y siempre que lleva
la Mitra Papal y bendice al pue-
blo ha de llevar en su mano
Izquierda el Bculo: smbolos
del poder Eclesistico, El Ani-
llo del Pescador: Nombre re-
servado al Anillo Papal; como
smbolo de sus msticos despo-
sorios con la Iglesia.
Estas prendas las ha de ves-
tir el Papa como los Obispos
las suyas propias en todas las
Misas Pontificales llamadas asi
porque con esplendor externo
extraordinario oficia el Pontfi-
ce (Papa: Pontfice supremo u
Obispo: Pontfice ordinario.) Es
de obligacin o de rbrica (ste
es el nombre propio > usarlas en
las ordenaciones de sacerdotes
y a su respectivo tiempo.
(Continuar)
CHAMBOnr
Diinla AVENIDA
estn desempacando
BRASSIERES NYLON
En blanco. Ta'las 32 a 40.
Especial... 1.95 y 2.50
CAMISONES JERSEY
Celeste, amarillo, rosa, meln,
aqua. 32 a 40.
3.95
PUAMAS JERSEY
Aqua, meln, celeste,
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial... 5.50
rosa.
PETICOTES ENTEROS
En blanco, celeste y rosa.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial... 2.95

MEMAS NYLON
HELENA RUBINSTEIN... 1.95
PANTIES NYLON
Blanco, rosa, celeste.
Tallas 5. 6 y 7.
Especial. 1.95 y 2.25
CHINELAS PLSTICAS
En todo color. Tallas: pequea,
mediana y grande.
Especial... 0.65
BRASSIERES EXQUISITE FORM
1.65 y 1.95
CITACIN
Se cita a los jugadores del
equipo RADIO BUSH, de la Liga
Comercial de Softball para una
prctica maana a las cinco de
la tarde en el cuadro de Pere-
jil. Se solicita puntual asisten-
cia.
Aqulles Guardia P. graduado de
agrnomo en la Escuela Pan-
americana de Agricultura de
Honduras con honores regreso
hoy Panam. Es hijo de el
Embajador de Panam en Ar-
gentina seor Aurelio Guardia
y seora Soledad P. de Guardia.
ms Interesantes objetos en el
sistema solar, probablemente un
planeta menor que a enorme ve-
locidad recorre una rbita tan
cercana a la de la tierra que
puede llegar a chocar con nues-
tro globo.
Existe tambin la posibilidad
de que se trate de un cometa
desprovisto de cola. Sin embar-
co, los hombres de ciencia se In-
clinan a creer que es un plane-
ta menor, de tamao considera-
ble, aunque resulta difcil expli-
car cmo es que tal objeto ha
escapado a la atencin de los as-
trnomos.
El misterioso objeto que al-
gunos se atreven a creer que es
una aeronave lanzada desde o-
tro planetafue visto por pri-
mera vez en una placa fotogrfi-
ca obtenida el sbado pasado
por la noche. En otra fotografa
el domingo en la noche apareca
a considerable distancia de su
posicin original. Otras que se
seguirn tomando cada noche
permitirn calcular ^a velocidad
ron que se acerca, su masa v
otros detalles. _______
El objeto en cuestin fue des-
cubierto accidentalmente el mis-
mo sbado. El telescopio princi-
pal del Observatorio Naval esta-
ba puesto en direccin de Las
Fleyades. el grupo de siete es-
trellas que puede verse un poco
al suroeste del cnit al anochecer.
Se tomaron varias fotografas de
lal grupo, que es uno de los ms
ceicanos a lo tierra, puesto que
est a trece aos-luz de nuestro
plobo. (Es decir, a la distancia
ADIS OSCAR El trofeo
Emmy ofrecido por la Acade-
mia de Artes v Ciencias de la
Televisin puede tirar a un la-
do al famoso premio Osear de
Hollywood en 1955. El Emmy
es ana estatua de oro de uaa
figura femenina sosteniendo
n smbolo de electrnicos
sobre su cabeza.
SE APLICA CON LA MOTA QUE TABSin
agua, tin mincharte lot dedoa! Angel Faca
brindt un acabado auave, delicado.
ISE QUEDA!ngel Face de Pood't dura
en el rottro mucho mi que lot noWot.
Ja mat te retaca ni luce lirilloto.
Uta aanla *n .aria aft
Para ati ^rrru'm
* dakcadaa aalieaa
ro SE DEREAMA EN LA aoiJALlera ngel
Fice tirmpre contigo. Le brindt un maquillaje
completo, halagador en unot tegundot.
?F AHOfM
QUINTA AVENIDA
Sano, Robusto y Alegre
Huracn e y anda iiempre a gatas Se arrastra por debato de las camas, mete
las narices en todo, revienta este mueco, rompe aquel espejito. voltea al sato,
quiere agarrar la luna . Cada fuga de la cunta e> un porrazo, cada intento
de subir a cualquier silla, otro Tranquilo y sonriente, cuando no tiene un
chichn muestr un araazo, y a vece sale de no te donde con la carita tiznada
como un carbonero.
La verdad lisa y llana es que en la,rata el dueo absoluto es l. y que todot,
yin excepcin, terminan por comrselo a besot A l. s; ti diablillo travieso,
vigoroso y alegre, alimentado con LACTOGENO. la leche que contiene todos
fot elementos nutritivos que favorecen el desarrollo, fortalecen los huesos
y vigorizan el organismo.
1A LECHE MAS SEMEJANTE A LA LECHE MATERNA
COSECHA UNIVERSITARIA. Un aspecto de la graduacin de nuestra Universidad Nacio-
nal. Se destaca en la foto el ganador del primer puesto del curso de Derecho, Licenciado
Rafael A. Gonilez.
que atraviesa la luz en trece aos, i
a razn de 186,000 millas por,
segundo!.
Con el mtodo de fotografa
empleado, se obtiene una Ima-
gen doble de cada objeto. Esto ;
tiene conexin con un trabajo I
especial que se realiza en el Ob-
servatorio.
Cuando el doctor William Mar- I
kowltz desarroll la placa, not
dog puntos negros en el campo i
cubierto por Las Plyades. Al
principio crey que se trataba i
de un defecto de la placa, pero
una observacin detallada de-
mostr que era la Imagen de al- |
gn objeto fsico que estaba en
ese instante en el punto Indica-
do por la fotografa. No poda ser ]
un cometa, porque tendra que I
tratarse de uno de extraordina- |
ras condiciones. Por lo tanto, no
caba sino admitir que ese cuer-
po es un asteroide, de brillo ex-
cepcional.
No es posible todava cal- '
cular su tamao ni la distan-
cia a que se encuentra de la
tierra. El Dr. Markowitz esti-
ma que no es menor de cien
millones de millas.
Los asteroides son objetos
que se mueven alrededor del
sol y cuyo tamao oscila en-
tre el de una roca corriente
a una masa de cuatrocientas
ochenta millas de dimetro. El
ms grande conocido es Ceres,
descubierto por Plazzl en 1801.
Se supone que son fragmentos
de un planeta de tamao me-
diano que se mova en una
rbita entre las de Marte y
Jpiter y que explot hace por
lo menos mil millones de aos.
Actualmente hay catalogados
ms de mil seiscientos de es-
tos cuerpos, pero se sabe que
hay cientos de mllles de ellos
y no se les presta mayor aten-
cin, a menos que muestren
caractersticas excepcionales.
Los asteroides no son encon-
trados excepto en una lnea
recta del sol a la tierra; el
descubierto por el Dr. Marko-
witz apareci en un ngulo de
noventa grados en relacin con
tal linea. SI no fuera muy
grande o no estuviera muy
prximo, no habra aparecido
en la placa fotogrfica.
Su velocidad parece ser tri-
ple que la de los asteroides
corrientes.
Suponiendo que el objeto que tratamos se mueve en una.
rbita ms o menos circular,
se aproximar a la tierra tan-
to como lo hace la luna, y hai-
ta es posible que choque con
nuestro globo. Los astrnomo*
sealan que hace 25 aos cho-
c un asteroide contra la ti-'
rra, en Siberia. Hace dos ao
otro, llamado Icaro, pas entro
la luna y Venus. Como descu-'
brldor del nuevo asteroide, si
Dr. Markowitz tiene derecho I
ponerle nombre, y se anuncQt
que lo llamar Rosalinda, *
honor de sti esposa.
*>^pmz
ASTER
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO". ES B ARATO Y EFECTIVO:
LBRESE de preocupaciones
No necesita hacer grandes desembolsos para amueblar su casa. Tenga lo
seguridad y la satisfaccin que por una mdica suma puede por medio de nuestro
Club, rodearse de toda clase de comodidades desde el momento que se suscribo.
Nuestro Club es el que teae
mayor nmero de socios y.ti
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOUMENTT~MUEBL.ES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
Socios Favorecidos en Marzo 4, de 1951
Seorita MARIA A ROVIRACalle 21 EsU bis No. 28.
1 Cuna en color celeste con su colchn y espring.
Ganada con 1 semana.
Seor ROSENDO MADRIDCalle "E" No. 151 Cama
doble de madera barniada en jaspe naranja, con
su colchn y espring de resortes. Ganada con
t semanal.
Seora JEANNE DE GEORGEAve. Federico Boyd No.
42311 Cama doble de caoba barnizada en color
nogal, con colchn y espring de resortes. Gana-
da con 4 semanas.
Seorita FILOMENA Gl'DIAOCalle 14 Oeste No. 10
1 Mquina de escribir porttil marca Smith Coro-
na. Ganada con 4 semanas.
Seor LUIS DUFCalle 15 Febrero No. 62 Llantas de
600 x 16 de 6 lonas para carro. Ganadas con 6
semanas.
Seor JOSE M. RODRIGUEZCalle 19 Oeste No. 5
4 Llantas de 600 x 6 lonas para carro. Ganadas
con 5 semanas.
Seor ANTONIO E. VEJASCalle Estudiante No. 73
1 Espring para cama individual y 1 colchn. Ga-
n con 9 semanas.
Seor SAMUEL S. SILVERAAve. "A" No. 771 Bate-
ra para carro, de 17 platos. Ganada con 9
semanas.
Seora X.X.1 Mesa dg extensin grande, 6 sillas ta-
pizadas, 1 aparador con espejo grande para come-
dor, todo barnizado en color tabaco; y 1 lmpara
residencial con pantalla Imitando hojas. Gan
con 14 semanas.
Seorita OTILIA PUERTASAve. Ancn No. 311 Es-
tufa para kerosin marca Perfection y 1 colchn pa-
ra cama doble. Ganados con 16 semanas.
Seorita X.X.1 Cama doble de caoba barnizada en
jaspe oscuro: y 1 espring de resortes. Ganado
con 17 semanas.
Seorita X.X.Tapiz en color granate. Ganado con
18 semanas.
Seora MARIA C. DE MELUCK Pueblo Nuevo. No.
42591 Juego de cubiertos S. Plate con su estuche,
para 8 personas. Ganado ron 39 semanas.
Seor SILFREDO ARRIETACalle 21 Este bis.1 Ca-
ma doble de caoba barnizada en jaspe naranja,
con su colchn y espring de resortes. Gan con
40 semanas.
Seorita X.X.1 Estufa grande Magic Chef, 4 quema-
dores y horno. 2 Mesitas especiales para radio can-
tina, y 1 Refrigeradora "Westinghouse" de 7 pies.
Gan con 59 semanas.
LOS FELICITAMOS
AVISO:Por motivo de inventario, temporalmente
haremos entregas de Muebles por sistema de Club,
con un depsito REDUCIDSIMO. Aproveche esta
concesin nica.
JUEGOS DB RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA 8ALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVTNO.
MUEBLES PARA OPICIMA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
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PAGINA CtATRO
11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO mDlTENDIfNTB
LINES, MARZO 5, 1*51.
TERMINACIN DE UNA OBRA.Estado en que ie encuentra
totalmente terminada ya la obra de la Unidad Sanitaria, Cr-
cel y Correos para la poblacin de Ouarar. El edificio fue
inaugurado recientemente por el Presidente de la Repblica,
en ceremonia especial y ya estn funcionando todas las
dependencias.
SANIDAD RURAL Y AGRICULTURA
NOTA: Este ser un nue-
vo servicio permanente que
establecer esta Patina del
Interior de "El Panam-Am-
rica", para beneficio de loa
productores agrcolas del pas.
Ser un trrido de later-con-
sulta mutua. Cualquier arti-
culo que usted lea y consi-
dere importante que nuestros
campesinos con oxean sa fon-
do, recrtelo y enrielo "El
fanama- America." El Lie.
GMlllenne E. Beleo C, le es-
----- <
Mientras^ llegan Us respues-
tas de los teenicoe del pas, al
amigo de Aguadulce, don Alfon-
so Pino, queremos puntualizar
algo sobre el problema do las
enfermedades de algunas aves
y animales.
Por cuestiones netamente emo-
tivas, nosotros deseamos cu-
rar. En cada Individuo, dice
el refrn, hay algo de "mdico,
poeta y loco"... Nos gusta "cu-
rar" ... Hay en eso de curar,
cierta emotividad, algo que sa-
tisface nuestro deseo de nue-
vas experiencias y que halaga
nuestra vanidad cuando cree-
mos haber encontrado una lla-
ve.
En el caso de las enferme-
dades producidas por virus, co-
mo la de Newcasttle, por ejem-
plo, antes de que hayamos po-
dido curar unas cuantas aves,
ae han muerto muchas ms. Es
decir, desde el punto de vista
emotivo y si se hace por dia-
traccin, podemos dedicarnos a
curar a algunas aVes.
Generalmente, no tenemos su-
ficiente cantidad de medicinas
y experiencias para atacar a
los virus efectivamente. Los vi-
rus ofrecen el problema de ser
las bacterias ms pequeas a
las cuales el hombre tiene que
enfrentarse. Por esa misma ra-
' *fwn, su transmisin ocurre den-
tro de una "alta probabilidad^',
tudiar y 1u>r tan extracto
o resumen para conocimiento
Ue nuestros lectores. Desea
usted saber algo sobre algn
problema agrcola? Enve su
pregunta y se la publicare-
mos. Estados' seguros que los
tcnicos agrcolas e industria-
les del pas se Interesarn
per contestarla y asi, poco a
poco, estableceremos un so-
lido sistema inter-consulta
mutua en asuntos de agricul-
tura y sanidad rural.
es decir, el ndice de infeccin
es bien alto. En otras pala-
bras, por cada animal enfermo
que se meta en un corral de
cien gallinas, cerca de ochen-
ta a noventa caern rpida-
mente enfermas.
Antes de que se pueda curar
el animal enfermo, la "epizoo-
tia" habr progresado rpida-
mente. En sanidad conocemos
una ley que se llama de "accin
de masa", e ndica que segn
el ndice de Infeccin, si ste
es alto, rpidamente va desa-
pareciendo la poblacin suscep-
tible.
Lo lgico, pues, es quitarse
la emotividad, hacerse "duros"
y matar inmediatamente al pri-
mer o primeros animales que'
caen con la enfermedad. Es-
tos nos salvar las 95 a 98 res-1
tantes en cada cien. Lavar los:
corrales con potasa, los utensl-l
lios del agua, los comederos, i
poner desinfectante en el agua,
etc. Esto costar menos que cu-
rar. Mientras esperamos la voz
autorizada de los tcnicos del
pas. __
Mientras llegan las respues-
tas de los tcnicos del pas, al
amigo de Aguadulce, don Al-
fonso Pino, queremos puntua-
lizar algo sobra el problema de
las enfermedades de algunas
aves y animales.
CANDIDATAS A REINA. Ofrecemos un aspecto del escrutinio para escoger la "Rj" Tfica
Nacional", que se est efectuando bajo los ausblc o_. A,rfe^A'OTS&
Nacional, que se esta eieciuunao dj m v' "= ~-......-...... -----------41_
cas Interioranas". La foto muestra el momento en que se efectuaba uode los U*l-
sobresaliendo varias de las candidates entre las cuales figuran Blanca R. Alcedo, estando tam-
bin Clarita Espino. Xenia Stevinson y otras._______________________________________________
Gran Mitin Popular habr el
Sbado en Penonom para dar
impulso a obra de educacin
T

Hace un llamado
pro jira mdica
la Fed. Santena
Las Fed. Santeas y Herre-
Yanas, necesitan para el xito
de la Jira Medico Aslstenclal
que bajo Ja .direccin del Dr.
Francisco Samaniego se reali-
rar este verano en la Brov.
de Herrera: mdicos, farma-
ceutas, dletlsta-s. malarilogos,
Tcnicos de laboratorios, far-
maceutas .dentistas, fotgrafos,
etc. Esta meritoria labor re-
presenta el esfuerzo propio de
Un gran sector de la Repblica,
y en ella pueden cooperar to-
dos los que sientan el dolor y
las angustias de nuestra masa
campesina, desposeda como est
de lo ms vital para su rpida
Ir efectiva incorporacin: la sa-
ud.
Las entidades citadas le pro-
porcionarn a Ud. todos los me-
dios disponibles para facilitar
su cooperacin. Puede solicitar-
ge informacin a las siguien-
tes personas: Guillermo A. Te-
ada Mora, Tel. 3-3-2830; Ovidio
)iaz V. Tel. 2-0822; Narciso
Daz Samaniego, Tel. 2-1458; e
Ing. Roberto Reyna. Tel. 2-1415:
bien escrita al Apartado 959.
* ojera solcitamente atendido.
Hace recorrido
por Chiriqu el
Min. Carbonell
ARMUELLES, Mario 5. (Co-
rresponsal). Ministro de O-
bras Pblicas Celso Carbonell
lleg a sta en las horas de
la tarde despus haber visita-
do algunas obras en David a-
qui visit puente escuelas y
otras casas de propiedad na-
cional encontrando la mayor
Jarte en malas condiciones es-
anoche regresar a David y
maana visitar Dival y Bo-
quete pueblo chlricano tribut
n todas partes calurosos reci-
bimientos al nuevo Ministro.
Concentracin de
santenos se har
aqu el Jueves
El jueves, a las 7:30 p.m. con
cita en la Escuela Nicols Pa-1
checo i se efectuar una gran
concentracin de santenos. con
el fin de armonizar trabajo re- |
ferente al Congreso. Reinado y
Jira Mdico Aslstenclal.
Comit 10 de Noviembre, Aso-
ciacin de Tableos, Unin Oua-
rarea, Comunidad Pocrlena,
Tonosi Unido, Pro ParltUla, La-
jamlna Progresista, Plmenos
Unidos, Pedas i Progresista, Pro
Macaradas. San Jos Unido, Pro
La Laja, Pro Sesteadero y Ma-
riab Unido.
PENONOM, Marzo 5 (Corres-
ponsal). La Cmara de Jve-
nes de Penonom decidida en
su empeo de adelantar con
la cooperacin de todos la cons-
truccin del edificio que al-
bergue el Primer Ciclo Secun-
darlo de Penonom, ha cele-
brado varias sesiones y reunio-
nes con elementos Visibles de
esta comunidad para buscar los
medios que faciliten la cons-
truccin del Ciclo.
El prximo sbado io de mar-
zo se llevar a efecto un gran
mitin popular en nuestra plaza
pblica a fin de ilustrar la opi-
nin acerca de las necesidad
del Ciclo Secundario para toda
esta regln y solicitar la co-
operacin del pueblo y tratar
de interesar al Gobierno en
que de su apoyo necesario pa-
ra ese templo del saber que ha
de formar en sus aulas a mu-
chas de las presentes genera-
ciones juveniles y a todas las
venideras de esta regin.
En Penonom hay entusias-
mo por la construccin del Ci-
clo Secundarlo porque es una
necesidad del lugar. Los orado-
res del mitin pro Ciclo el 10 de
marzo llevarn a la concurren-
cia Ideas de como cooperar aun
cuando sea en forma poco cos-
tosa a la construccin del Pri-
mer Ciclo Secundarlo de Peno-
nom.
La Cmara de Jvenes en
reunin que tuvo en el Consejo
Municipal con prestantes ele-
mentos de Penonom. tambin
estuvo considerando la manera
de alojar a los actuales alum-
nos del Ciclo Secundarlo en
un local que ofrezca seguridad
a profesores,y alumnos el pr-
ximo afto lectivo. Se habl tam-
bin all de enviar una repre-
sentacin al Sr. Gerente del
Banco Nacional don Eduardo do
Alba a fin de que este caba-
llero enve a Penonom una
persona entendida que se per-
cate de las lamentables condi-
ciones en que se encuentra el
edificio del Banco Nacional que
aloja al Ciclo Secundarlo de
Penonom, y que informe lue-
go al Sr. De Alba para que se
ordene la reparacin del actual
Ciclo Secundarlo siquiera has-
ta tanto se construya el nue-
vo edificio. Si el seor De Al-
ba ordena las reparaciones an-
tes del advenimiento de la es-
tacin lluviosa, para mayo el
Ciclo iniciara clases en loca-
les ms o menos decentes y
seguros y tendra la satisfac-
cin, de haber contribuido po-
sitivamente a la seguridad de
la vida humana y al progre-
so intelectual de este pueblo.
Seor De Alba resuelva usted
este vital problema de Penono-
m que es el acondicionar pro-
visionalmente el edificio que
ocupa el Primer Ciclo Secun-
dario.
\m **E1 Aviso Oportuno'
envasada por un
procedimiento especial
Lo r-r.ftrMa Todo I Meeee
Pre, rttl. Romtv. '"*. iuo *** (.
NORMAS
'Les Correspoasales deaeri
ceirse a la* ms desapasiona
das nornas periodsticas Oobsi
arlar al periodic* lee uhu
1 noticias ms inureMNto* asj<
feotn a la comunidad En ak
soluto se trata de un oaoria
nldad para hacer determinad
campaa* nolfttra
fagina a cargo do
JQSE l\. CAJAR ESCALA
CORRESPONSALES
oaauut
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EL BEALSr. Oetulta Ceetr.rw
PB0V1NCU DE CHIBfOUI
DAVIDOliuil Altara** 4.
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BOQUETE Enrice* Wiim
LAS LAJAS-Am Sagrare
BALBOAAliena*, asran
CERRO DE PUNTABeotm Mlreaaa a
Cabal
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BOQUERNAnualo Ble.
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SAN ANDRES Patella* Mtmaf
coca
PENONOMUsas O Ceaea
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Hlli HATO-rara arrea
POCRIJ A. CoraeJ*
Reunin de gran
importancia tiene
hoy una sociedad
La Sociedad Pro Macaracas
por medio de la presente cita
con carcter urgente a todos
sus miembros para una sesin
extraordinaria que se efectuar
hoy a laa 7:30 p.m. en la Es-
cuela Nicols Pacheco. El ob-
jeto da la reunin es concre-
tar trabajo en relacin a los
preparativos mismos del Reina-
do y Congreso y conaecuencial-
mente arreglar lo Indispensable
para alojamiento y previsin de
alimentos a la gran cantidad
de personas que ya en carc-
ter de invitados especiales, de-
legados, y candidataa concu-
rrirn a ese lugar.
Se sabe de antemano que la
fecha fijada es para los dias:
13, 14 y 15 de abril prximo.
Se espera que harn acto de
presencia, laa siguientes perso-
nas: Luis A. Murlllo, Ovidio
Diaz v., Rafael oreno, Julio
Garcia 8., Rodolfo A. oreno,
olss A. Moreno, Vctor Moreno,
Eustorglo Castro, Socorro Mu-
rlllo, Darin Murlllo, Darla Mu-
rillo, Salvador Quintero, Ga-
briel Ulloa, Arquimedes Va-
quez, Jos a, Saavcdra, Joa-
qun Hernndez, Ral Saavc-
dra, Fernando Saavedra, Moi-
ss A. Vsquer., Abel P. Bran-
dao, Leticia y Digna Espino,
Doris Edith Ortega. Carlos Oon-
iez, Armando Oonzalea j De-
lia Moreno.
VMACUAJ
BIO DK JESUB Paetor Btaos)
LAS PALMA*Catar Gardillo
CAS A ZAS Paira i. Mirle*
AL- SHE Mlsaal Oaaiilaa
ATALAYAemoil Plata*
AN rBANCUCO Ella Arrate P.
ANTA rrJeeeeln Garra (Vtrana*
UN SANTOS
LA VILLA DI LOS SANTOS Pisa ill i
Caldern O.
CHITBE Ha at o. Perelre
LAB HIAS r.pie-teMae Qaratea
EL (JAHAPISTULO Jotra Vttlerree
(Loa Retea >
JANDODeaaclaae Uatee
TA. MARIABleaerte Betiee
MAOABACASAsalllae Mereae a
rARITA Leopoldo .retrete.
rONPSI Joa-ml Moteeero
l'FnASI*.Aett. Otilia Vara
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PALBNOOBCatlaiiro haaaei O
CATIVAAaiti Breeaei
1-LE RIO PILN Lua Jlmtaea
Marcelino Jan es
Fiscal Primero de
Circuito en Cod
PENONOM, Marzo 5. (Co-
rresponsal). Desde antier
est al frente de la Fiscala
Primera del Circuito de Cocl
el Licenciado Marcelino Jan.
Abogado con bufete en esta so-
ciedad. El Licenciado Jan es-
tar al frente de tu oficina
mientras se cumpla el periodo
de vacaciones del Fiscal Titu-
lar Licenciado Marciano Mo-
reno. El Licenciado Marcelino
Jan, quien ejerce aqu con
xito su profesin es egresado
de la Universidad Nacional, en
la graduacin de 1MB, cuyo
quinto aniversario acaban de
celebrar esplndidamente todos
los Licenciados. egresados en
esa fecha. Deseamos xito al
Licenciado Jan en el desem-
peo di su cargo.
REDNAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Ciudad sagrada de loa
musulmanes.
6 Indica repeticin.
tLa parte de atrs.
Cofre, caja, Inv.
13Repeticin del sonido.
14Querer con amor.
15Que se dedican a la
teosofa.
17Piedra preciosa.
IBOrnamento sagrado.
19Pequeos de estatura. Pl.
31Extremidad de las aves.
22Ligero.
23Alelado, tonto.
25Impulso con loe brazos al
nadar.
29Dueo.
30Del verbo rodar.
31Demostrativo.
32 Sustentacin.
34 Buey sagrado de loa
eglpcloa.
35Lid.
30Desinencia de los quebrados.
37Bajos del norte de Cuba.
40Poner tieso.
43Abundante.
\
44Habitante de la Luna.
46Del verbo cavar.
47Pariente.
48 Monte de Grecia.
49Ciudad de Rusia.
50Rio de Francia.
51Recibidor de una casa.
VERTICALES:
1Infusin sudamericana.
2Letra castellana, Pl.
3Grieta volcnica.
oMofa, burla. '
6Terminacin de diminutiva
7Que tiene sosiego.
8Muchacha o pastora.
9As sea.
10Animal muy veeoa.
11Altares.
16 En el mar.
20 Ciudad del Mediterrnea,
22Prenda de mujer. ,
23Artculo, Pl.
24Ave australiana.
25Perteneciente a una
agrupacin nazi extranjera
26Del verbo daposltar.
27Adverbio de modo.
28Peticin de auxilio.
30Moneda brasilea.
33Extremo de la caa del
maz, en Mxico.
34Alimento, Pl.
36Amarre
37Ladrn.
38Cocinar en seco.
39Embarcacin.
40Ala sin plumas.
41Caldo espeso.
42Sin desniveles.
45Escuela Internacional
Italiana, Inlc
AVISOS JUDICIALES
AVISO DE REMATB
r.a auirriu Secretarla del Juatado
Teera Mueiripal le Panama, ea run-
ce net Aliuaril Ejecutor, al pblico.
HACE SAJtKR:
Ote ea reeolueldn Feriada al da eern
te et lev eorrieniei, dWlatda en el Juicio
rapeclal dt LANZAMIENTO T RETEN-
CIN >roaeeta por el Lie. Antonio
Guardia, tn ta carcter de apoderarlo
etpecial dt Joeefa Mara Coate de erllv
contra JORGE KAI.EI). ae ha aenaladu
ti da dleeiaeie dt MARZO proniaio rara
fue eatro laa Soraa leyalti tenia lu-
ar en ette Tribunal el Retate de loe
aiiultntee htenea reteaidot al arrenda-
taria JORGE KAl.l-.n.
1Refrlicrtdora '' r"r| idaire de
Laxa" ele 1 piea cablee*, litla-
luide aa meftor can el Na. a-
II. en bntnaa conditionea de
aerirlelo y ebaerva t ao par-
ta da atril lapertar, el No.
7-B.M1............ B.ltB.O
1Un Radio, mar "Pilleo"
No. 47181'. de salte tuboe.
coa au "Pick-up" en malte
coadirieaea.. .. < .. .. .. 7f.lt
Teta! BIT
Servir de bate para ti reatan de asa
bitaca menrionlflflal'el Tllr lilaada
por loa peritoe: y aera poatura odmltible,
la que cubra laa doa ttreertt partee da
aae valor.
Se admiten oferta i hseu laa cuatro da
la tarde r leda esa bota haata laa cin-
eo ae oirn lal pttjaa y repajai aae a#
bu eren haata l edjuilicaeia fl mijo
aotfor
Para adjudicara cerno potter ae re*
ule eonelsnar prevtameat en la Se
pretoria del Tribunal el ciaeo or ebtn
to (t% 1 del valor alienada par loa
prefina, a loa blenet an remite.
Dado en Panam, a loa veintidSe ala
del mea de febrero da mil novecientos
cincuenta y uno.
La Alruacn Ejecutor.
(Fee.) MARIA HELENA CONT,
Panam. 22 de febrera 4 ltd.
El *>pia.
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i MAM EPea re Mase* O
rnEPOJoa* B. rurta
/ALMAS BEI.LAtRelaaidc Cebada*
MASCOTA COREANO Este cerdo ene aparece en la foto-
grafa ha sido adaptado por el soldado Peter Cope, jnien
lucha en Corea. El cerdo est amaestrado, y por supnesto,
insiste en que su amo le d parte de sus raciones.
SNCS/TAM AGENTES
llama n El Panam Amrica?
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LUNES, MAKZO 5, 19S1

i
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin e reciben en la
Social
Kedc
Telf*** 3-Jl!
accin____
del PANAMA AMERICA
HORAS: *M a !:* aja.
Apartado 134
Concierto e* el Teatro Nacional
Con asistencia de) Excmo. Se-
or Presidente de la Repblica
Dr. Arnulfo Aria* y seora Ana
Matilde L. de Arlas tendr lu-
gar esta noche a las MO p.m.
en el Teatro uaclonal, un con-
cierto de msica norteamerlca-
.ia, que sera Interpretada por la
Orquesta Sinfnica Nacional.
Dicho concierto ha sido auspi-
ciado por el Ministerio de Edu-
cacin de Panam y el Depar-
tamento de Cultura de la Emba-
lada de los Estados Unidos. Dis-
tinguidas personalidades han
sido invitadas a ate acto.
R1U tda. de Oasteazoro.
quivel.
Presentamos un corcial salu-
do- de bienvenida al seor Aqui-
lea Guardia P. quien lleg noy
de Tegucigalpa.
De Taboca
Regresaron ayer de Tabora
en donde pasaron varios dias de
descanso el Coronel Richardson
Selee y seora Sarita Ch. de Se-
lee. Loe saludamos. '
Participacin de Matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio de la seo-
rita Carmen Teresa Alvarsdo,
hija de la seora Antonia Es-
quivel de Alvarado y el caballe-
ro Ladislao Jos Sosa, hijo del
seor Jos Antonio Sosa M. y
seora Maria Luisa M de Sosa
acto que tendr, lugar el da 12
de Marzo a las I de la maana
en la Parroquia de Cristo Rey.
Casabio de RcsMeneia
El Lie. Miguel J. Moreno Jr.
y seora Graciela O. de Moreno
han trasladado su residencia a
la Ave. Argentina en El Can-
cejo, en donde se ponen a las
rdenes de sus amistades.
BaatbM
Muchas felicidades le desea-
mos al nio Gabriel Enrique Pe-
reir, hijo del Lie. Anbal Pe-
relra V. y seora Vida Vlz de
Pereira, quien fu bautizada
arer en la iglesia de San fran-
efeep. Fueron sus padrinos la
seora Alda A. de Veliz y el
.if or Manuel de J. Pereira J. y
la seorita Itzl Alvarado y el
seor Jorge Pereira D.
Csnd*iencia
Despus de larga enfermedad
dej de existir anoche en nues-
tra capital el caballero Ral Ru-
bio, Q.d.D.g.) persona muy co-
nocida y apreciada en Panam.
8u sepelio efectuado esta maa-
na fu una viva demostracin
del afecto y simpata de sus
familiares y numerosas aralsta-
ces. Enviamos nuestra sincera
expresin de condolencia a su
S,p?*/ n Elisa Rodrguez
de Rubio, a sus hijos Leonora y
Raul, a sus padres polticos se-
or Francisco Rodriguez y seo-
ra, a su hermano poltico seor
Carlos Rodrguez y a sus dems
osudos. I
Tara Ser Amrica
Despedimos atentamente al
Comandante de la Fuerza Area
del Caribe, Brigadier General
mil C. Kiel y seora quienes
siguen hoy hacia Lima.
Sigui hoy para Barrnqullla,
en donde pasar una tempora-
da la seora Abigail A. vda. de
Solano. Grata estada le desea-
mos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
Dr. Aicibiades Arosemena Jr. y
seora Carmen A. de Aroseme-
na, quienes celebran en esta
lecha el aniversario da su ma-
trimonio.
Arte oimiento
, Enviamos nuestras congratu-
laciones al seor B. C Patton y
seora Delia Paredes de Patton,
por el feliz arribo de un varon-
cto. ocurrido an dias pasados
n Los Angeles, California.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seorita NUla Quintero Ar-
jona.
Seor Julio A. Berguido
Joven Rubn Alberto de la
Guardia Bermdez.
Rio Jaime Jos Carrillo Es-
Cumplrans* de Maana
Seora Itzei M. de Ferrer
Seora Soledad Berguido
Seor Rogelio Estrlpeaut
Nio Rodrigo Porras Jr.
' Viajeros
(Nuestra cordial despedida pa-
la la Srta. Choncita Quirs Q.
que es las primeras horas del
dia parte baca San Jos de
Costa Rica a gozar su bien ga-
nada vacaciones.
traslado de Oficina
La Embajada de la Repblica
Argentina, n Panam tiene el
agrado de dirigirse al Diario El
Panam Amrica informando at-e
a partir del lo. de Marzo pr-
ximo traslad la residencia ofi-
cial de Su Excelencia el Sr. Em-
bajador a la Avenida Nicanor
A. de Obarrio y Calle Ricardo
Arias, Telfono No. 3-1393.
La Embajada de la Repbli-
ca Argentina reitera las segu-
ridades de su ms alta y distin-
guida consideracin.
El Tifus constituye un grave
problema para los comunistas
---------------------------------------------------------Est causando en
ti trente coreano
bijas considerables
Beds
Aunque tarde, felicitamos muy
Jinceramente a la Joven y apre-
ciada pareja, seor Agustn Ro-
mero y Sra. Emma Paredes de
Romero, quienes el sbado 24 de
febrero, contrajeron matrimonio
en la Iglesia de san Francisco.
Enfermo
Desde el dia 2 del presente se
encuentra recluido en la Clnica
San Fernando sufriendo que-
branto de salud, el Sr. A. Khub-
chand conocido cariosamente
por Knuba.
Le deseamos pues, nuestros
ms sinceros votos por una pron.
ta y rpida mejora.
ALUMNO BRILLANTE Rafael Geniales, ganador del pre-
mie "Ricardo J. Aliare", por haber atrteaJd* el primer pcete
en "Derecho" en nuestra Universidad Nacional, reeibe de
manos del Dr. Ricardo J. Alfar* el preaiie a que se hix*
__________________________acreedor._________________________
Es posible que Truman se
postule para el Senado
Por un Corresponsal Especial
(N.A.R.A.)
TOKIO. Marzo 5. tBPS).
El problema del tifus ee agra-
va cada dia para ios comunis-
tas coreanos. Las estadsticas
que posee el cuartel gene-
ral norteamericano demuestran
que entre tos orientales esta
enfermedad tiene dos periodos
de excepcional intensidad: uno
en enero, otro en mayo.
Por su parte, las fuerzas de
las Raciones Unidas estn ra-
zonablemente libres de esta y
otras plagas, debido a la su-
perioridad de sus servicios m-
dicos y las medidas tomadas
para mantener su salud. Por
ejemplo, todos los soldados son
| vacunados, n tanto que los
! comunistas coreanos y chinos
carecen de vacunas y medici-
nas.
El general Crawford P.
Sams, Jefe de la salubridad
pbllqa bajo el general Mac-
Arthur, inici la inmunizacin
de todos los habitantes de la
regin de Pusn en Corea el
verano pasado. La enormidad
del trabajo realizado se hace
evidente al saber que ya han
sido vacunadas cerca de cinco
millones de personas en solo
asa regin. Adems, todos los
coreanos que viven en las zo-
nas controladas por las fuerzas
de las Raciones unidas ton so-
metidos peridicamente a un
proceso de desinfeccin a base
de DDT. otras medidas sani-
tarias se refieren a la conser-
vacin de alimentos, que son
empacados en envases a prue-
ba de Insectos. Tan pronto co-
mo se registra algn caso de
enfermedad contagiosa el ser-
vicio mdico toma las medidas
necesarias para impedir una
epidemia.
Por otra parte, la armada
ha contribuido con un labo-
ratorio porttil, introducido
por primera vez en la guerra
corea na. Est montado en un
barco de los usados para de-
rembarcar tropas en Okinawa
durante la segunda gua-rr
mundial, especialmente prepa-
fclimnte diagnosticada con
slo los sntomas fsicos, es ne-
cesario hacer el examen de la
sangre del presunto enfermo.
Antes se perdan varios dias
vitales en este examen, pues
tena que enviarse la muestra
de sangre a los laboratorio
Japoneses. El nuevo laboratorio
flotante ha venido a resolver
este problema.
La armada norteamericana
sostiene que fu el piolo co-
mn el que en realidad gan
la primera guerra mundial El
Ejrcitos austraco no se atre-
va a invadir a Serbia en
ltlS debido a una epidemia de-
tifus transmitida por cue. o
piojo que mat a ciento cin-
cuenta mil personas en se:s
meses. Ms tarde, en Rusia,
otra epidemia que caus tres
millones d muerte y que a-
fect a m total de vetntlelrr-
millonea, facilit extraordinr-
r>m-.ite la desorganisaettn
de ejrcito imperial y en con-
secuencia, el trlun.'o de la re-
volucin bolchevique.
Le cambiaron la maleta; crey
hallar una fortuna y lo que
encontr all fue un cadver
Para le* Estados Unidas
Acompaada de su nio si-
gue hoy para los Eatados Uni-
dos la seora Maria P. de Mr-
quez. La despedimos cordial-
mente.
Despedimos atentamente al
Profesor Sidney Cox y seora
Alice de Coa, quienes despus
de haber pasado una tmpora-
da en Panam visitando a sus
, hijos, seor Joaqun Vallarino
Jr. y seora Brbara C. de Va-
liarino, regresan hoy a los Esta-
dos Unidos.
De Ceatro Amrica
Orata estada le deseamos al
seor Antonio Rodrguez y ae-
ora doa Basllla de Gmez,
i quienes procedente de 8an Sal-
vador se encuentra en nuestra
capital en donde pasar una
I temporada, huspedes de doa
IBAGUE, Colombia, Marzo 5.
En el trayecto de Bogot a
esta ciudad viajaba un bus col-
mado de pasajeros y entre loa
cuales se hallaban dos que se
hicieron muy buenos amigos y
estuvieron departiendo hasta su
arribo a esta ciudad. Ro se sa-
be cmo, pero cuando los dos
pasajeros se separaron, ano de
ellos cambi de maletas con el
otro y en un carro de la-linea
Sopetrn se fue para Armenia.
El que se qued en esta ciudad,
se dio cuenta del cambio, pe-
ro viendo que la maleta que
se le haba dejado era mejor y
pesada, se hizo el de la vista
gorda, creyendo que haba ga-
nado en el canje. Intrigado lle-
v la maleta al Hotel de Pasa-
jeros y cuando al abrirla cre-
y hallar una fortuna, se en-
contr con el cadver de un
nio recin nacido. Ver el ha-
llazgo y dar un tremendo grito
todo fue uno. Inmediatamente
dio parte a la autoridad, la
que decidi enviar un funcio-
narlo a Armenia en compaa
del pasajero para tratar de lo-
calizar al dueo de la maleta
que contena el cadver del ni-
o.
Santiago est atravesando
por una dura poca de una
escasez de agua angustiosa
SANTIAGO, Marzo S (Corres- mantel, tendientes a conseguir
ponsali.-- A pesar de los es-
fuerzos realizados por el Jefe
del Acueducto, seor Alberto Pi-
VISTA AGRADABLE. Estas paraeaidas contienen pr*rlsio-
** para tos sotdadaa americano, cuyas cemanicaetones han
aid* cortadas por la aleve. La vista de tos paraeaidas los
** de esperaasas y tos da nuevoe artos ara la lacha.
que el agua no escaseara en
el verano como sucedi en po-
cas anteriores, el pueblo de
Santiago ha tenido nuevamente
que enfrentarse a esta doloro-
aa situacin por la poca ayuda
que este funcionarlo responsa-
ble y diligente ha recibido de
parte del Ministerio respectivo.
Hace ya varios dias la ciudad
de Santiago viene soportando
en silencio esa anomala que
obstaculiza los menesteres de
ms urgente necesidad en las
familias. Segn informes del Sr.
Punentel. esta situacin es pro-
ducto de la falta de turbinas
para extraer el agia. de los
pozos. El pueblo de Santiago es-
pera que el Ministerio de Pre-
visin coopere lo ms pronto
posible a la solucin de este
problema, de lo contrario se ve-
r en la extremada determina-
cin de irse a la huelga de no
pago.
*a "El Aviso Oportuno'
por JAMES F. KING
N.A.N.A.)
KANSAS CITY, Estado de
Misuri. Marzo 2. ! formes de Washington dicen
que el presidente Traman, a-
gotado por los cuidados que le
proporciona la pesada carga
de la presidencia, puede que
no trate de que se le reelija
para otro priodo en la Casa
Blanca en 1952, y que, por el
contrario, le gustarla continuar
sirviendo al pblico como Se-
nador de los Estados Unidos
por el Misuri. Esto les plantea
muchas preguntas a los polti-
cos de dicho estado y de toda
la nacin.
Se ha informado repetidas
veces que el 8r. Truman favo-
rece al Juez presidente del Tri-
bunal Supremo norteamericano
Fred M. Vlnson, para que sea
sucesor suyo. Puede que el que
se hable continuamente de
Vinson para Secretario de Es-
tado, en sustitucin de Dean
Acheson, contribuya a que el
juez se acerque a las candi-
lejas de la presidencia. SI el
renunciara el cargo que ocupa
en el Supremo para volver al
gabinete de Truman, esto seria
una seal para muchos lde-
res polticos de que Vinson es-
taba listo para postularse para
la Casa Blanca con el respal-
do de la Administracin. El
Juez Vlnson, amigo Intimo y
asesor de Truman, le ha ayu-
dado a ste a salir de muchas
dificultades en el pasado. Ha
sido a Vinson que el Presiden-
te se ha vuelto en los mo-
mentos ms crticos y seria
muy natura] que el Sr. Tru-
man tratase de hacerle suce-
sor suyo en la Casa Blanca.
Pero definitivamente tiene
que tomar una decisin a prin-
cipios del ao que viene, de
modo que el partido pueda
empezar a escoger ios delega-
dos que asistirn a la conven-
cin nacional. 81 se postula
para el Senado, Truman debe
radicar su candidatura en la
primavera de 1952. Indudable-
mente, el Congreso estar an
en sesin el ano que viene pa-
ra esta poca. La decisin del
Presidente de no postularse
para un tercer periodo presi-
dencial si cristaliza, podra ser
una seal para que estalle una
rebelln del partido con res-
pecto a las leyes del gobierno.
Una tercera pregunta se re-
ferira a la campana en Misu-
ri. 81 Truman se postulase en
1952. estara haciendo algo que
ningn otro Presidente ha he-
cho nunca: llevar a cabo una
campaa para un cargo esta-
tal estando an en la Caja
Blanca. No hay nada que pro-
hiba semejante cosa, pero se-
ra una situacin muy poco a-
costumbrada y podra causarle
momentos embarazosos al par-
tido. El Sr. Truman sera toda-
va el Presidente. Cualesquiera
discursos que pronunciase en
su propia campaa en Misuri,
tendran naturalmente impor-
tancia nacin lae Internacio-
nal, mucho ms que la de la
campaa en el estado.
Argentina comanda
en la puntuacin de
los Panamericanos
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 5 (U.
I1.)La puntuacin extraorflcial
de los Juegos Panamericanos es
I la siguiente:
Argentina 83, Estados Unidos
900, Mxico 255. Brasil 205, Cu-'
ba 300, Chile 190, Per S3, Tri-
nidad 2. Venezuela II. Colom-
bia 14, Ecuador 13. Jamaica 12,
Panam 11, Hait 7, Paraguay 3
y El Salvador a.
La puntuacin masculina en
atletismo es la siguiente:
Estados Unidos 113. Argentina
123. Brasil 52, Cuba 35, Chile 25,
Jamaica 12, Colombia 11. Per
9 Trinidad 6. Mxico 3. Guate-
mala 3, Paraguay 2, y Ecua-
dor 1.
Red Panamericana
nene es
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Pura que su nio est contento.
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refrescante, el Talco Johnson es tambin in-
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EL AVISO OPORTUNO
SE VENDE
, Miscelnea
M VINPIN>Clave., toban* min,
cere cnele*-.. Ir-Ta taeita
a Ule e'er M" MM '*' anda-
r, levemanea, <"'. ato
Im ar.ci. mea .i an laae.
AMNCIAS OLOiALIS. Vi. teei-
Ka. Ileaa.ae Ja FlMM. Tal.
3- 50._________________________
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Tel. 3-0255.
SE VENDE:34 cabero de gonodo:
Vacos, novillos, toretes, etc.
En Punta B.60.00. Cerca de la
ciudod. Informes: Colle 29 Este
No. 11 (Exposicin^ de 7 o 8 p.
m.
SE VENDE:Toda clise de materia-
les de construccin, solicite Infor-
mes al telfono 2-0540.
Villenuevi y Tejeire Ci. IteV
Si lateo centrar un carra, llantos,
motores o cualquier ortefocto o
utensilio elctrico (refngerodora,
lavadero, lmparos, plancha, tosta-
dero, etc. I llame o Cortos Guevara,
Tel. 3-1033 o 3-1740.
SE VENDE: Academy Filmosound
proyector 16 mm. nuevo. Tambin
rodio gramfono Zenith, consola.
Telfono 3-0701. _________
SE VENDE:Ganado de 50. Vacos,
novillas, toretes, terneros, un po-
drote (Ceb) Punto B.60.00; ca-
ballos chicos y grandes. Comilo A.
Porras, Calle Romn Volds No. 1,
SE VEND
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O te vende. Cuan de
campo en Chorrero (El Coco) Tel.
3-0255.
SE VENDE:Cntrico y acreditado
negocio, por no poder administrar-
te. Paro informes escriba al Sr.
Kuylen, Aportado 1828, Son Jo-
s, Costa Rica.
En Campo Alegre, centro de la ciu-
dad, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frente de 20 mts. hacia al
norte. Precio: B 8 50 m2. Wolff
y Co. Ltda., Calla 5a. No. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
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empleado, 2 terrazas y buena pis-
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lidades de pogo. Wolff y Co. Ltda.
Calle 5a. No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
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Automviles
SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladas
1948, perfectas condiciones. Lla-
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vo. Tel. 3-1513.
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convertible, con radio, se puede
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Frank Alemn. Smoot y Poredes o
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Llomor 86-3165 ontes da 3:30,
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Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto amoblado, es
pacioso, con telfono, magnifico
visto, entrado independiente, pre-
cio mdico. Calle Estudente No
71 opartamento No. 9.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportctmento an
Avenida Mxico final y colla 43
Etta, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en co-
lla 2a. No. 18. B.65.00. Referen-
cia en la misma casa.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos con
sola, comedor, de uno y dos rec-
moros. Calle 7a. No. 15, Lefevre.
Informas Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento inde-
pendiante, estilo Chalet, muy ven-
tilado. Calle 51 No. 2 Bella Visto.
Informan Tel. 3-2100 de 7-9 A.
M. y 1-6 P. M._________________
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ave-
venida Per No. I. Llame telfono
3-2912.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE:Negocio productivo en
lugar cntrico y comercial por no
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisariato Pana-
m. Colla 21 de Enero No. 6.
En los Altos del Golf, ofrecemos lo-
tes con ponoroma de la boho y los
ruinas de Panam la Vieja, en ta-
maos desde 2.000 M2 y a precios
desde B.3.75 M2. Wolff y Cia.
Ltda., Calle 5a. No. 22, Tel. 2-
2388.
SE VENDE:O se alquila Contina
Colle M y Carlos Icaza No. 2.
SE VENDE:Dos cemitas plegobles,
con colchn, B.l 5.00 coda uno.
Bluenas condiciones. Ocurro colle
lo. Perejil coso No. 14, Apto, 10.
VENDO todos los muebles, refrigera-
dora Frigidaire, estufa Tapn, m-
quina escribir Underwood y cedo
oportomento con telfono. Colle
2a. Perejil No. 15. Edificio Ruiz.
Apto. 6, de 4 o 6. _______
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General
MISCELNEA
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos refrigera-
cin, carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes colla H No. 18. Telfono
2-2948.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuortos amoblados,
para hombres solos. Lugar fresco y
tranquilo. Calle Mariano Arose-
mena No. 74.
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grande, fresco, para per;ona o pa-
reja sin nios. Entrado indepen-
diente. Avenida B No. 29, ltimo
piso.
SE ALQUILA;Apartamento en Ca-
lle Estudionte No. 150. Acuda Fo-
to V. Studio en mitmo edificio
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento sala-
comedor, uno recmaro, tervioos
completos independientes, edificio
Triano, recin construido, a ma-
trimonio solvente nicamente, al-
quiler cincuenta' Balboas mensua-
les. Avenida Jutto Arosemena y
Calle Veintisis. Informes farmocie
Alonso, abojo.
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ELDORADO
SE ALQUILA:Recmara completa-
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Tiene frente calle. Calle 45 No.
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la o matrimonio sin hijo. Colle
46 Este No. 2, altos. Telfono 3-
2755.
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tntista, consejo* tcnico, garan-
ta por jn oo. presupuesto grotis.
Tal. 2-1276
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con buenos referencias. Dirjase
Mueblerio Europea. _______
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gls y espaol. Aplique o Trott El
Limpiador.
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con
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con aceite de aguacate. De venta
en las formacias y en los buenos
almacenes.
Hacemos uniformes y comisas da co-
legiles. Ponemos materiales bajo
arreglo espacial. Precios y plazos
mdicos. Colle 7o. hocia Meln-
dez 7034, bajos. Telfono 1255-
J, Coln.
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Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
arribo del Teatro Centrol.
iE ALQUILAN:Exelusivomema po-
ro oficinas locales cntrico en lo
altos da Avenido Cantrol 44 o
precios mdicos. Solicitan infor-
macn en Almacene 5 y 10 can-
tovo.
Los comunistas
SE VENDE:Cantina "Taberna Duf-
fy's", ubicado en esquina de calles
B y 21 Oeste.
para preparar una ofensiva ro-
ja. El refuerzo ocurren princi-
palmente en el frente central
a cada lado de Hoengsong y
en el frente oene alrededor de
8el.
Ms de 700 camiones y otros
vehculos bajaban de Manchu-
ria hacia el paralelo 38 ano-
che. Muchos de ellos fueron al-
canzados por los bombarderos
aliado.
En el frente central, los ma-
rinos norteamericanos se mo-
vieron a travs de 1500 yardas
hasta llevar a la ald,ea de Sea-
mal, en la conjuncin de las
carreteras dr> Hoengson Hon-
chon y Hoengson Yongdu. Los
tanques de Infantera patrulla-
ron en Seamal. pero se retira-
ron en la noche bajo el pesado
fuego de la artillera y ametra-
lladoras comunistas.
Los surcoreanos rechazaron
dos contraataques comunistas
eata maana 14 millas al sur-
este de Hoengsong y otra a
nueve millas al sureste.
Los observadores areos y de
patrullas demuestran que los
rojos continan construyendo
fuerzas alrededor de Yongdu,
una aldea inhabitada, quince
millas al noroeste de Hoengson.
Las patrullas norteamerica-
nas cruzaron el rio Han y en-
traron a los suburbios de Sel,
pero se retiraron al banco sui
del rio bajo el fuego comunis-
ta
La sptima divisin norte-
americana avanz hasta menos
de cinco kilmetros del centro
de concentraciones de hombres
y abastecimientos comunistas
en Changdong y se informo
" que destruy como fuerza de
combate a la dcimaquinta di-
visin norcoreana. mediante fu-
rioso ataque con artillera y
bayoneta calada.
El mayor Leslie Harness di-
jo que esa divisin norcorea-
SE VENDE:Cosa cerco ployO "Ma-
rio Chiquita" con terreno en co-
munidad creciente. Buen lugar pa-
ro boorse. Cerco carretera turs-
tico o Portobelo, B.650.00. Cito
10086, calle 11 y Roosevelt, Co-
ln.
SE ALQUILA;Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados, en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio p'o
toller, garage, depsito, etc. Poro
informes Home telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3o.
No. 15, propio poro oficino o de-
psito, pora informes Home tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento pepe-
no B.37.50. Acudo Calle Q No.
9, orriba cantina.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, independiente, de una recma-
ro ideal para matrimonio. Va Be-
lisarlo Porras 168. Tel. 2-3197.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cimoras, sale-comedor, B.60.00.
Belsono Porras 56 (enfrente Teo-
tro EdenJ llave apartomento 3,
telfono 3-0841.
SE ALQUILA: Departamento. Jos
F. de la Ossa No. 75. Dirjase Ol-
ga Beluche. .
PERDIDO
el uniforme militar. El aero-
puerto de Dakar, que es lo su-
ficientemente grande como pa-
ra atender a cualquier trtico
futuro de bombarderos B-36,
sirve de centro a un gran cir-
culo de rutas areas a cargo
de diez lneas internaciones de
aviones, y el puerto, los diques
secos y la estacin de abas-
tecimiento de combustible de
la marina, est considerado ac-
tualmente como a tercera en
tamao en toda la union fran-
cesa.
Doce maestras
la; una enfermera la atiende
tres veces por semana. En ge-
neral- se nota un ambiente a-
gradable de trabajo construc-
tivo. En Travis School, el 90
por ciento de los alumnos son
mjlco-texanos y hablan espa-
ol aunque las clases son en
ingls. La disciplina de la es-
cuela est en manos de los a-
lumnos y el Director se en-
cuentra complacido de ello.
De esta Jira regresamos gra-
tamente impresionadas por el
funcionamiento de esas escue-
las.
Confiamos en que de este
viaje a EE. UU. llevaremos a
Panam un crecido caudal de
experiencias que contribuirn
a mejorarnos profeslonalmente.
Esperamos que el ao prxi-
mo un grupo ms numeroso de
la Universidad venga a este
pas a recibir muchas expe-
riencias educativas. Asi, supe-
raremos la educacin pana-
mea.
Doris Becerra,
Maestra. Pocri-Aguadulce.
Dentn, Texas 27 de Febrero
de 1951.
PERDIDA:Cdula de residencia No
3299 perteneciente al chino Son
Hoo. Srvase entregar a Maron,
calle 12 No. 9. Pname.
La Feria Agrcola
Don Antonio Tagarpulos, quien
se ha mostrado sumamente in-
teresado en el xito de dicha fe-
ria.
Esta ser la primera vez que
el diseo de una feria de sta
ndole corra a cargo de estudian-
tes de la Universidad de Pana-
m, y los diseos de la misma
sern preparados por los jve-
nes estudiantes de arquitectura
Julio Morales y Mario Alberto
Mastelari. Existe gran especta-
cln por ver la produccin de
stos jvenes -universitario.
La feria ser amenizada, por
toldos, caballitos, cines educati-
vos, rodeos y fuegos artificiales.
Tambin habr botecitos que
pasearn a los asistentes por las
aguas adyacentes a los terrenos
de la feria.
SE ALQUILAModerno apartamento
fresco, en buena vecindad, dos
dormitorios, codo uno, con bao
y balcn, instalacin de agua, ca-
liente, cuarto de empleada y pro-
ge, en Bella Vista. Calle 44 YJo
32, Tel. 3-0815. _____________
SE ALQUILA:Do apartamentos al
frente, amueblados, gos, luz, refri-
geradora elctrica incluidos, fren-
te correo Ancn, Tel. 2-4448.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceile ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
GUIA
COMERCIAL
PERSIANAS, j%
V
V
PORRAS
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrina
Telf. 2-3097 Panam
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. 3-0140
Quince leyes
Los Impuestos de
patentes podrn
pagarse en Coln
COLON, Marzo 5 US.)Por
gestiones adelantadas por la
Cimara de Comercio de Coln
y la Oficina de- Comercio y Tu-
rismo de esta ciudad, todos los
comerciantes locales podrn pa-
gar el valor de sus patentes
en esta ciudad, sin tener que
trasladarse a la ciudad capital.
Esta peticin se resolvi favo-
rablemente en el Departamento
de Comercio a cargo del 8r. Do-
miniciano Broce.
Se nos informa que tan pron-
to el Ministro de Agricultura y
Comercio le ponga el visto bue-
no a la solicitud de renovacin
las patentes comerciales podrn
pagarse, para lo cual los co-
merciantes sern notificados
por la Oficina de Comercio de
esta ciudad por medio de la
Cmara de Comercio.
Ya la Oficina de Comercio a
cargo del seor Manuel Eche-
verra tiene en su poder una
.'lsta de ms o menos. 82 comer-
ciantes que deben comenzar a
cancelar el valor de sus paten-
tes. Esta lista ser fijada tam-
bin en la Oficina de la Cma-
ra de Comercio para beneficio
de todos los interesados.
Festival bailable |>
celebrar el 9
sociedad de Oc

La Asociacin Unin Cvica
Ocuea celebrar el prximo
viernes un festival bailable en
el local de la Confederacin, es-
quina de Ave. B y Calle 13, con
el propsito d. acoplar fondos
que acuerparn su candidate
Srta. Eida Carrizo, en el cera
tamen cvico de Azuero. Paf
discutir detalles sobre este a'
sunto y otros que reposan en
la secretaria de la sociedad, la
presidencia convoca por este)
medio, a una asamblea general
que tendr lugar el mircoles 7,
a las 7:30 p.m. en la Escuela
Nicols Pacheco. La Directiva d-
la sociedad espera que todos
los socios se harn presenta)
esa noche.
ita.
Dentro de
1
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te que duerma en coso. Avenido
Primera de la Carrasquilla. No. 55.
Entrando por el Teotro Edn an
la Avenida Belisorio Porras.
SE NECESITA;Empleada paro cua-
tro personas; debe dormir en caso.
Calle 41 Este No. 16.
SE NECESITA: Empleada para
cuidar dos nios. Dormir en el em-
pleo. Calle 52-8 Apt. 1.
SE NECESITAEmpleada paro la
casa que sepa cocinor. Referencios.
, Calle 52-8-1.
Plsticos
Calibre 12 y 20, en colores
lisos y floreados.
Resortes
para tapicera
Gruesos y delgados
de 5, 6, 7, 8 y 9 vueltas
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Ave. B No. 68
Tel. 2-2988
SE NECESITA: Niero con expe-
riencia, buena presencia, educa-
cin y solud poja atender dos va-
rones de tres aos y uno de ao
y medio. Referencios necesarias.
Buen pogo y excelente alojamien-
to. Llame al 3-0595 poro concer-
tar entrevista.
na, que era parte del tercer
cuerpo del ejercito comunista.
"slo existe nominalmente" des- i tensin entre el este y
pues que dos batallones alia-
dos, mediante clsica maniobra
militar, coparon a las tropas
toias y conquistaron la posicin
alta 980 que haba sido tenaz-
mente disputada. La batalla se
desarroll en la montaa de
Corea central, a ocho kilme-
tros al noroeste de Pangnim y
comenz al medio da del s-
bado Un batalln norteameri-
No ser apaciguada
este y el oes-
te y sobre el vasto aumento
armamentista del Soviet y sus
satlites.
A pesar de que las poten-
cias occidentales estn de a-
cuerdo en que la participacin
rusa en la reunin actual es
una aprobacin tcita a su
demanda por una extensin
en la agenda. Una fuente de
dijo "nosotros
Obras Pblicas
guar. cuando se construy la
Va Belisario Porras no pudie-
ron construirse los cordones,
pues el sistema de desages
era sumamente costoso, por lo
que se dej la construccin de
dichos cordones una vez que
fuera resuelto el problema de
los desages.
odo parece indicar que el
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas
est completando los estudios
de los desages, y es por lo
tanto que se le pide a los re-
sidentes de dicho sector que
esperen a que Obras Pblica*
construya los cordones, ya que
la construccin de los mismos
debe incluir el estudio del sis-
tema de desages.
SE NECESITA Empleada responso-
ble que duermo en el trabajo, po-
ra cuidar nio de un ao, ocrrase
Ave. Ecuador 20.
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este #4 Tel. 2-2604"
SE NECESITA:Empleodo que sepa
cocinar. Ocurra Carrasquilla 212
cosa 4. casi enfrente Clnica Son
Fernando.
CERA LIQUIDA
tolls, srvele
FLO-WAX
SE NECESITA:Cocinera y empleado
para cuidar nio de dos oos. que
duerman en el empleo. Calle 46
No. 30. ______________
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera, de-
be traer referencias, magnlfioo
sueldo. Avenido del Per 75. oltos.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero paro
4 personas, B..12 quincenales.
Avenida 6 No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro ser-
vicios domsticos, debe dormir en
el empleo. Calle 48 No. 20.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ofi-
cios de casa en general, especial-
mente cuido de una baby, debe
dormir en el trabojo, porajnformes
dirijose a calle Estudiante No. 73,
oortomento 11.
Manila
en todos los tamaos.
Sacos de Henequn
para arroz
Lona para Catres
44 pulgadas
Alambre de Puerco
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Nota: Como el veto es bas-
tante extenso, y lo considera-
mos sumamente interesante, lo
publicaremos ntegro en nues-
tra edicin Dominical.
4) Por la cual se autoriza a
Hoteles Inter-Americanos, S.A.
a una nueva emisin de Cdu-
las Hipotecarias.
El veto dice en parte as: Se
objeta, por la forma imprecisa
en que est redactada. Se au-
toriza la emisin de B.3,000,000
en cdulas hipotecarlas, sin que
se diga en el texto de la mis-
ma como habr de ser Inverti-
da la, suma adicional de dine-
ro que aportar dicha emisin.
5) Por la cual se establece
el Servicio de Unidades Sani-
tarias Areas.
Dice el veto en parte: La
Unidad Sanitaria en su forma
actual, debe privar sobre las
nuevas Unidades Sanitarias
Areas, para mantener el con-
tacto continuo entre el mdi-
co y el paciente, contacto que
se encuentra intermitente en
el sistema de Unidades Sani-
tarias Areas. No se provee la
manera de conseguir fondos pa-
ra cubrir los diferentes gastos
que esta misma ley contempla,
y las condiciones econmicas
del pas son tan angustiosas
que el Ministerio de Previsin
Social no podra sacrificar par-
te de sus entradas a esta nue-
va funcin sanitaria.
6) Por la cual se crea el Ins-
tituto Panameo de Impedidos
Fsicos.
Dice el veto en parte. El ar-
ticulo fio. de dicha ley. base eco-
nmica del Instituto que se pro-
yecta, resulta inconstitucional
porque se disponen partidas o
Inversiones destinadas al flnan-
clamiento de la construccin y
acondicionamiento de sus edifi-
cios, para la cual no est fa-
cultada la Asamblea Nacional,
con arreglo a lo que previenen
el ordinal 16 del Articulo 118
y el ord. 8o. del Articulo 121
de la Constitucin Nacional.
71 Por la cual se dictan me-
didas relacionadas con nombra-
mientos que requieren la apro-
bacin de la Asamblea Nacio-
nal.
Dice el veto en parte: Con-
forme al artculo 2o. de dicha
ley, ninguna persona cuyo nom-
bramiento requiera la aproba-
cin de la Asamblea Nacional,
podr posesionarse de su cargo
o desempear el mismo si no
despus de dicha aprobacin.
No se preveen los casos de si-
tuaciones extremas si faltasen
de manera absoluta el emplea-
do titular y sus respectivos su-
plentes por causa de muerte,
enfermedad, ausencia prolon-
gada o interdiccin Judicial pa-
ra el ejercicio de funciones p-
blicas.
8i Por la cual se reforma el
articulo 923 bis de la Ley 69
de 1934 y se dictan otras medi-
das.
Dice en parte el veto: La ley
89 de 1934 consta de 33 art-
culos y 1853 numeralesno exis-
tiendo el articulo 923 bis mal
podra reformarse. El numeral
923 bis del Artculo 7o. de di.
cha ley recarga demasiado el
precio de venta de los artculos
de piel al consumidor, ya que
.os impuestos que. pesan ac-
tualmente son muy elevados.
9) Por la cual se reglamentan
los Hospitales Provinciales y se
toman medidas sobre Hospita-
les Nacionales
Dice en parte el veto: No es
Justo que las deudas contradas
anteriormente por los Hospita-
les Provinciales pasen de inme-
diato a ser deuda de la Na-
fuerza planificada hasta dentro
de 16 meses.
Para hacer estos planes ms
poderosos, se agregar en tres
o cuatro aos un submarino mo-
vido por energia atmica y un
superportavlones de 57,500 tone-
ladas para bombarderos atmi-
cos de largo alcance.
Los otros 27 portaviones com-
prendern tres de 45,000 tone-
ladas, clase Midway, nueve de
27,000 toneladas, clase Essex, y
14 de loe 14.500 Ugeros y 11.000
toneladas escoliadores.
Los Estados Unidos induda-
blemente retendr los derechos
de usar las bases navales de Yp-
fcuka y Sasebo si se negocia la''
paz con Japn. La flota del
Atlntico continuar mante-
niendo poderosas fuerzas en el
Mediterrneo.
La Marina ha aumentado si
podero humano de 380,000 an-
tes de Corea a 500,000 aotual-
cin. Estas deudas, en la ac-
tualidad, se estn cancelam-* mente. Cerca de 110,000 oficiales
por abonos parciales por los y hombres de reservas han sido
mismos hospitales provinciales.
Al establecerse en el articulo
8o. que habr una enfermera y
dos practicantes por cada diez
camas, se discrimina contra el
Hospital Santo Toms y el Ama-
dor Guerrero, que se excluyen
de dicha ley.
10) Por la cual se dictan me-
didas en relacin con las mer- .
cadenas que se importen en la El podero de la Marina ha su-
llamados. Cerca de 55.500 ms
sern movilizados antes de Julio
E! nmero de voluntarios ha si-
do tan grande que el recluta-
miento tuvo que ser limitado de
manera que se puedan facilitar
el entrenamiento.
La movilizacin de los Cuer- .
dos de Marina han sido veloces.,.
Comarca de San Blas.
Dice el veto en parte: La
expresada ley restringe la li-
bertad de comercio entre la
mencionada Comarca y el res-
to de la Repblica, lo cual es
contrario a la aplicacin ge-
neral de las normas legales
que establece el articulo 21 de
la. Constitucin.
11) Por la cual se dictan me-
didas relacionadas con antiguos
residentes.
Dice en parte el veto: Esta
ley no seala el procedimiento
encaminado a evitar el inefi-
caz expediente de la declara-
cin extrajudicial para los efec-
tos de comprobacin de la an-
tigua residencia. Estas declara-
clones extrajudiclales, general-
mente son evacuadas por per-
sonas sin escrpulos para los
efectos de comprobar la anti-
gua residencia.
12) Por la cual se exceptan
del requisito de licitacin p-
blica determinada clase de con-
bldo a cerca de 170.000mas del
doble de los 74,000 que habi*
antes de la Guerra de Corea.
Casi toda la reserva de tierra.
ue la Marina ha sido llamada.
Los planes presentes tratan
de subir la Marina a 180,000 ofi- i
cales y hombres, dos un tercie, *
divisiones de tierra completos y
de 21 a 24 escuadrones areos
tcnicos.
Un grupo de congresistas de-
fiende la legislacin llamando..
a 400,000 hombres de los Cuer-
pos de Marina, pero los oficiales
dt la defensa, inclusive el Al-
mirante Forrest P. Sherman,
Jefe de Operaciones Navales, se
han opuesto a cualquier expan-
sin de tal naturaleza.
Las naves mayores listas s
que pronto sern incluidas en la
iota, incluyen los buques de
guerra New Jersey y Wisconsin
y los portaviones Bonhomne Ri-J- j
chard, Essex, Hornet, Tarawa*yf
Gulf. Y
El Congreso espera aprobar?',
pronto $2.750,000,000 para un*
tratos, de acuerdo con el Art. programa de construcciones na-.
222 de la Constitucional Nacio-
nal.
Dice el veto en parte: El ar-
ticulo 222 de a Constitucin
vales que Incluye l superpor-.
t aviones y el submarino movidos <
l>or energia atmica. Este pro-
grama incluye el reorzamien-
Nacional tiene el defecto que (to de los ltimos seis de los por-
la conferencia
cano atac mientras realfraba I no permitiremos ninguna os-
un movimiento de flanque oue i cuslon que Intente tratar el
tom de sorpresa a los rotos. problema alemn aisladamen-
te". Agreg que no se deja-
rn manejar hacia una posi-
Sera clon en que Rusia podra acu-
sarlos ante el pblico mundial
como provocadores de guerra y
presentarse a si misma como
interesada en la defensa de
Alemania y de la paz.
StarJeaeeetfc apttqoeU
t djela aerar I* r * "ari
Para piaoa, aaueblet y eaadera,e
Dakar
dos estos nuevos y brillantes
edificios. Pero, podr Dakar
soportar el peso de todo eso?"
Al parecer, Dakar puede ha-
cerlo. Aunque la expansin
dista mucho de haber termi-
nado, la poblacin residente,
que comprende un cuarto de
milln de europeos e indge-
nas, promete un alto porcen-
taje de empleados pblicos, o-
breros y homrbes de negocios
en potencia. En las regiones
rurales hay millones de indge-
nas de las tribus que pueden
ser llamados a trabajar en los
Bfelles, las lbrlcas y vestir
El viernes nueve
form que el Ingeniero Luis
Antonio Cruz y la agrun-cin
poltica "Accin Revolucionarla
Colonense" que l Jefatura, se
haban reincorporado al PR A
Se acord fijar el prximo
viernes para la eleccin del nue-
vo Secretario General del Par-
tido.
SE NECESITA:Cosine. Debe dor-
mir .en el empleo. Calle 46 No.
45, bajos izquierda.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cio de cosa. Dormir en el empleo.
Calle 44 No. 30 piso bo|0, mono
izquierda.
QHkm
Ave. Norte #M Tel. I-04H
(alie Martin Sesa 3 Tel. 3-1424
SE NECESITA.Dos empleados con
referencias para trabajos domsti-
cos. Deben dormir en el trobejo.
Calla 15 Poitillo No. 117, fomilia
Celvio.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia para dormir en caso. Paro
familia pequea. Buen sueldo. Ca-
lle 52 Este No. 15.
Distribuidores
Kodak
Revelado Ampliacin
Abierto hasta 6:00 p.m.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda. Via Es-
pao No. 54, opartamento No. I
y 3-___________________________
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia en cuidor nios. Ave. Ma
nuel Ycoza 18, Compo Alegre.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #1154Tel. 3-05M.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x V
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
prescinde del precio del bien
que haya de enajenarse y que
pertenezca al Estado.
13 > Por la cual se modifica el
articulo lo. de la Ley 3a. de
1943, y se reconoce un derecho
a los Municipios.
Dice en parte el veto: La ley
3a. de 1943 no existe. 81 se qui-
so referir a la ley 111 de 24
de febrero de 1945, la cual mo-
difica el Decreto 52 de 19 de
marzo de 1941, y se quiere exi-
mir de Impuesto de extraccin
de cascajo y en limitar a las
playas de la Nacin el grava-
men por extraccin de arena,
se puede disminuir el proyec-
to de la recaudacin de esta
renta nacional con base en la
aludida ley 111.
14) Por la cual se instituye
el lo. de diciembre de cada ao
como el da de Manuel Jos
Hurtado.
Dice el veto en parte: La crea-
cin de la Orden de Manuel
Jos Hurtado abrira el com-
ps para la creacin de otras
medallas, Insignias y condeco-
raciones en honor de preclaros
varones. Esta prctica constan-
te causara necesar lamente
fuertes erogaciones al Estado,
ya que este tendra que pagar
la confeccin de dichas con-
decoraciones. Adems, entre las
atribuciones de los Honorables
Diputados, segn los artculos
118. 119 y 120 de la Constitu-
cin Nacional, no incluye la de
crear rdenes honorficas.
15) Por la cual se traspasan
al Municipio de Bocas del To-
ro los lotes que forman parte
de los ejidos de la poblacin de
Almirante.
Dice el Veto en parte: En es-
ta ley no est claro que los de-
rechos adquiridos por la Na-
cin, de acuerdo con el Decre-
to 52 de 27 de Junio de 1917
quedan a favor de ella. No se
establece que el Municipio de
Bocas del oro subroga a la Na-
cin tanto en las obligaciones
como los derechos adquiridos
por sta.
taviones Essex, de 27,000 tone*
ladasp ara permitir l maneja* \\
de los grandes bombarderos de
propulsin a chorro.
La Marina logr recientemen* |
te ms de 1,650,000,000 para
construir y expandir las bases
navales y marinas, campamen-
tos, campos de aviocin y pro-
yectos de reserva tanto en los
Estados Unidos o fuera de l.
Parte de esta cantidad es pa-
ra financiar un pequeo pro-
grama de orientacin y abaste*.. i
cimiento. j
Debido al gran nmero de
submarinos rusos, la mayora!,
de los esfuerzos se harn en ''
equipo antisubmarino, incluyen-'
do una nueva especie de hell-'
cptero. Se ha desarrollado apa-
ratos especiales elctricos de
detencin. ,
Hoy fue
Ltda. propietaria de la Sastre*,
ra del Bazar Francs, Central^
81, Petronio y la Casa del Pan** .
taln, todas ellas bien conoc-**]
das y acreditadas. Hombre da' '
gran fibra, sufri eventualidad
des como el cicln de Santo Do-
.mingo y otras vicisitudes, reha-
ciendo en varias ocasiones su
fortuna destruida.
Le sobreviven su esposa y dot
hljltos, sus padres polticos-*:
pertenecientes a distinguidas-
familias dominicanasy dos'1'
hermanos residentes el uno en,
Cuba y. el otro en los Estados
Unidos.
Miembro del Club de Leones-
de Panam, que lo nombr WSf- .
ci de honor por su meritoria. ,
actuacin en la campaa para
construir el Hospital del Nio,
pertenece tambin al Club,
Unin, al Club de Golf, al Club
Panameo de Equitacin y a
otras instituciones y empresas,
habiendo sido hasta hacs poca.
Director de la Cmara de Oo-il
merclo. -'I
Mayoristas, Comisionistas, Comerciantes
Aceptacin mercancas para vender a consignacin.
Absoluta seriedad j garanta.
Almacn bien sitnade en la Avenida Central.
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MARZO 1S51
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PAGINA SIETI
Panam Conquist Ayer El Vo Campeonato
Centroamericano y Del Caribe De Ftbol
Se impuso a Nicaragua por 6 tantos
a 2 en el ltimo partido del torneo
para triunfar en forma invicta
Por IVAN KANCHA
V. CAMPEONATO* CENTROAMERICANO T DEL
CARIBE DE FITTBOL
Estado final de loi equipos
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El equipo de Panam conquist ayer tarde en farma nicU
el Quinto Campeonato Centroamericano y del Caribe de Ftbol
al imponerse al conjunto de Nlcaragua por 6 tantos a 2 en el ul-
timo partido del Torneo en la cancha de Estadio Nacional.
Daade el primer tiempo los nuestros se aseguraron la victoria
i al marcar 4 tantos por uno de loe nicaragenses y en la segun-
da mitad nuestros defensores anotaron dos goles maa y uno sus
rivale. ______ _________
Panam vs Nicaragua i ~~
in irtmn nartldo del cam-1 defensa para marcar su segn-
ato y el jc Sr^to. pun-' * V* V cuarto de su equipo,
tos deseados para que Panam1 E1 chiquillo nica Orestes Ar-
empuara el cetro de campen ftuen0 le toc marcar el mejor
se, llev a cabo en medio de la tant0 ae su equipo pa todo el
mayor armona y gan el que campeonato, fue un tiro desde
I mejor Juf. El resultado favore- )os 30u metros. Termina la pri-
sti" a los de casa por 8 tantos a mtra etapa 4-1 favor de los
. Sinembargo los nicas como locales,
siempre hasta el ltimo momen
1 to dieron la gran batalla. El segundo tiempo, pese a que
i, los nicaragenses estn jugan-
Bl juego principia con accio- ao con viento en contra se en-
nes parejas, pero a los 10 mi- frasean en una lucha de Igual
utos un avance panameo a a Igual, sobresaliendo en gran
la puerta contraria, el guarda; forma el diminuto Horacio-Cor-
meta nica se descoloc y no pue I clero que est Jugando un fut-
Ce atajar un tiro de Valds. El se ; bol de calidad. Hay asedio en
fundo tanto de Arena vino por | la meta de loa nicas, que se sal-
Llalla esta vez def defensa Daz, va de caer por milagro, no obs-
tante un segundo avance y el
Las acciones a e&ta altura
| estn montonas de parte y
irte, los nicas con juego de
combeo y los locales repetidas
I veces sacando la bola afuera.
artillero Nac dispara un recio
l.ponazo para marcar el quln- i
te de los locales.
Arana el centro delantero de
Aunque la superioridad pana- eleccin panamea le toc!
ina se manifiesta, se nota que marcar su tercer gol y sexto
los nicas estn con el santo de Para su.equipo. Con ellos se sl-
espldas El trio defensivo nica : tua como el mayor goleador de
est inconocible, a ellos se de- "> campeonato y su accin
be*, los 4 primeros tantos que es Premiada con un precioso
le'rrkrcaron en el printer tim- I roteo. Horacio Cordero, en ae-
P3 cion individual y vistosa, marca
el segundo y ltimo en medio
Nac de Bello, tras falsa salida de hurras y abrazos. A ren-
Mueatran estas villas los por-
menores del clsico "Francisco
Arias Paredes", celebrado ayer
en el Hipdromo Nacional sobre
una distancia de 1300 metros y
por un premio de B.S.OOO.
Arriba tenemos el momento
en que Royal Coup demostraba
xu gran consistencia y fino li-
naje, pasando como un tren ex-
preso a Welsh Loch para Impo-
nerse soberanamente, bajo una
gran monta del jinete Blas
Aguirre.
Abajo el preparador Henry
White, que se ha consagrado
como uno de los mejores entre-
nadores de Juan Franco, acom-
paa a Royal Coup en el mo-
mento que se le colocaba la
.simblica corona de flores.
En la ltima vista el Minis-
tro de Agricultura, Ricardo
Arlas E. hace entrega del trofeo
al Sr. Henry White, de este cl-
sico que fu un homenaje a la
memoria de Don Francisco Arias
Paredes, recordado hombre p-
blico quien fu uno de loa ta-
padores de nuestra hpica
aparecen en la vista adems el
dinmico Gerente de Juan
tranco Seor Alberto de Oba-
rrlo y el jinete Blas Aguirre,
quluen fu ovacionado por la
concurrencia por su gran mon-
ta.
,cel arquero marca con impeca-
ble tiro el tercer Pepino y Ara-
Ins) aprovecha otra falla de la
gin secuido vino el acto de
clausura que se Informa en otra
columna.
itisfactoriamente
|Vo. Campeonato C.
En forma satisfactoria y con
nado entusiasmo clausur
I ayer el Quinto Campeonato
Centro Americano y del Cari-1
be de Ftbol que se desarroll
Vest el Estadio Nacional de esta >
|%iadad.
Despus del ltimo partido.
[del Calendarlo de Torneo, en
ral cual el equipo de Panam
1 derrot al onceno de Meara-;
ra por 6 a 2 para ganar el
Campeonato, se procedi a la
Ceremonia de Clausura, que <
Comprendi la entrega de Pre-'
[mos, trofeos y medallas.
El equipo de Panam reci-
kbi el valioso trofeo "Presiden-
nt", donado por su Excelencia'
|Dr. Arnulfo Arias, entregndolo!
[al* seor .Ministro de Educa-'
%n. Profesor Modesto Salamin |
y recibindole el Delegado de
I Panam Dr. Juan Nicosia. Le; j
I go el mismo conjunto recibi i
I ti hermoso trofeo Caldern i
aardia, haciendo entrega el j
I Lie Manuel Roy, Presidente j
I del Congreso Tcnico > del Co-,
Imit Director, recibindole don;
Francisco Dltrani. como Repre-'
(cuitante del onceno nacional.
1 EL tercer trofeo que recibi el |
lesjaipo panameo, donado por |
lia. Caja Nacional de Ahorros al
ganador del encuentro de ayer,
I lo, obsequi el conjunto al on-
Iceno de Nicaragua en un ges-
jl'o de Reconocimiento y fra-
Lternidad. El equipo de Costa
[Rica, obtuvo el Trofeo Cerve-
I certa Nacional como Subcam-
pen del Torneo, y el cpnjun-
kto de Nicaragua recibi el Tro-
[Vej Toms G. Duque por ocu-
1 par el tercer lugar, adems del
I trole* Maarado por su valiente
Iketuacin.
El mayor anotador del Cara-
Ipeonato. Rafael Arana Jr.. del
leqoipo panameo, recibi un
jficative trofeo por su ha-
Lie. Manuel Roy fu pre-
I mutilo con tal Medalla al Meri-
l to por su atinada y valioaa ac-
ituacien cu la Competencia, V!
ibieron adems Medalla de i
[Oro por los valiosos servicios
restados en la organizacin y
arrollo de) Torneo, y dona-
Ides por don Dltrani, los se-
ores, Francisco Ortiz de Costa
Royal Coup Gan En Gran
Forma Ayer El Clsico
"Francisco Arias Paredes*
Estn Afilndose Las Garras
Panam-Amrica y La Nacin
Para El Juego Del Mircoles
Por Kenneth Collins)
La fecha del sensacional en-
cuentro entre loa rolos de El
Panam Amrica y los "pato-
jos" de La Nacin ha sido se- j
alada para el mircoles prxi-
mo, en vea del meitej.
Enorme entusiasmo ha des-
pertado este encuentro de soft-
ball, ya que los alacranes del
primero esperan esquilarse el?
la paliza que recibieron de ma-
nos de los fenomenales jugaJo-
res del "diarlo diferente."
La direccin del equipo ala-
cranes anunci en la maana
tit hoy que Victor "Culebrn"
Ruiz se har cargo de 'as ser-
pentinas a la hora en que se
rompan los fuegos. Detras del
home estar Pedro "Tarzn"
Aldrete y en el campu adentro
Alfredo "Macho" Arango. Ar-
mando Moreno O. Ral Alvttra-
do y "Bab Lala" Lawler. En los
jardines patrullarn Antonio
"Rapidez" Donado, Vctor Juan
Herazo y Victor Oses.
Calentndose en el banco es-
tar el que estas lineas escribo
Alberto "Pap" Restrepu. pa-
quete mximo del ao, Ricardo
Cholo Lince, Bomblto Mere!, Be-
to Tejada, Cocobolito Rolla,
Guillermo Beleo, Conrado sar-
geant Carlos "Violin Da/ y Car
los de la Ossa.
Todo un seor trabuco!
Un zungo de 60 estar en el
baile.
Actuarn como "umpires" los
sstrM de la pelota criolla, Capi
Al vare?;, SlCkl Mas y Vlllarreal.
Como todo un
Duran y Caribe triunfaron ayer en sus
compromisos de bisbol provincial
Por S. IT. IVALDI ].
clausur ayer el
A. y del C. de Fut
Rica, Toms Cranshaw de Ni-
caragua, Ing. Norberto Nava-
rro, Lie. Manuel Roy y Dr.
Juan Nicosia.
El Comit Organizador del
Campeonato en reconocimien-
to a la efectiva labor que de-
sempearon, premi con me-
dallas de plata a los conocidos
y distinguidos deportistas: An-
tonio Gramunt, Mayor Satur-
nino Flores, Luis Ardines, Da-
niel Delgado, Francisco Ditra-
ni, Guillermo S. Rolla, Dr.
Juan Nicosia, Oscar RCndoll G.,
Don Toms G. Duque, Marco |
Mendoza, Carlos Tamayo, Lau-
reano Llaurado, Miguel Rivas:
Neftal Ospino, Jos Crelo,
Temistocles Molina, Don MI- j
6uel A. Pintoja, Francisco Or-
t y Ovidio Gomes estos tres;
de la Embajada costarricense;
a los arbitros Elias Coltara de
Colombia, Octavio Matus de
Nicaragua, Juan Navarro de
Costa Rica, y A. Parchtment y [
E. Marque* de Panam.
Ademas todos los Jugadores
y el masajista M. Plores del
equipo de Panam recibieron
sendas medallas como Campeo-
nes, y los jugadores del con-
junto de Costa Rica, tambin
recibieron medallas como sub-
campeones.
Despus, ei Seor Ministro de
Educacin y en representacin
del Seor Presidente de la Re-|
pblica, Dr. Arnulfo Artas, ex-1
ros su satisfaccin por lai
forma correcta como termin
el Campeonato, agradeci la
cooperacin de, las Delegado- j
neo de Costa Rica y Nicara-
gua, asi como de todas las per- |
tona* que en una u otra for-
ma contribuyeron a la feliz
realizacin del Torneo, mani-
festando la confianza quo |a
Justa sirva para estrechar las
relaciones con nuestros herma-
nos de Centroamrica, decla-
rando al final clausurado el
Vo. Campeonato Centroameri-
cano y de| Caribe de Ftbol.
Luego se arriaron las bande-
ras de los paises participantes
a los acordes de los respecti-
vos himnos, finalizando as
otrt) torneo internacional del
ftbol, que tuvo por escenario
en esta ocasin la ciudad de
Panam.
Interesantes partidos
ofrece hoy y mna. el
bisbol distritorial
BASEBALL DISTRITORIAL
Campeonato de Liga
Por A. D. V.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Grupo Toms Cupas (Padre)
G. P.
Chandler ........... 13 5
Maran ........... 12 5
Sa n Miguel ......... 11 7
Dbora .................... 9 9
.Mauricio.............. 11
Granillo ............ C 11
Patria ...................... II
Grupo Antonia Sarria
G. P.
(entnelas! .............. 11 2
A. Cali ................ 1 5
Carta Vieja .........1 6
Istmeos ................ 7 9
Fuerte 15 ..............5 10
luniors...............4 0
Resultados del Sbado
Centinelas 9Fuerte 15 0
Carta Vieja 11Istmeos 4
Resultados de Ayer
Chandler 9Patria
Mauricio 10San Miguel 5
Partidos de Hoy
Istmeos vs Centinelas
4.15 pm. en Santa Rita
Juego de Maana
Granillo vs Mauricio
4.15 p.m. en el Instituto
Qo Istmeo. ,8N ....
Frente a E. Uni
perdi Panam
en basketball
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 5 (U.
F.iEn los Juegos de basketball
correspondiente a la rueda final
celebrados anoche en los Juegos
Panamericanos, los resultados
ueron los siguientes:
Estados Unidos supero a Pa-
nam por 90 a 65. Los mejores
por los ganadores fueron Gilbert
12, Adklns 12, Leslie IS. Barks-
dale 12, Babcock 17, destacndo-
se por Panam Arosemena 11,
Jan y Luzcando 10, Williams
8 Celia 3, Tom y Combertbach
7 cada uno.
En los otros Juegos Argentina
supero a Cuba 72 a M, Brasil le'
gan a Chile 58 a 39.
En el Baseball Colombia la1
El Pinocho se juega mna. su opcin en
el softball social (rente al Jimnez
Esta tarde se miden Polica y Cervecera
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS Partido de Maana
(Softball Social) Pinocho vs ptica Jimnes
G. P. Pje. 4.15 p.m. Santa Rita
Camel ............... 0 1.90t
ptica Sosa ...:...... 0 1.900 Por BETO TEJADA
Polica Nacional...... 8 2 .750
Cervecera ........... t 2 .300 Polica Nacional y Cervecera
Mauricio ............... 2 3 .400 .sostienen esta tarde en el cam-
Alemn Jr........... 2 3 .400 ro de Juegos del Instituto fca-
Madurlto ............ 3 4 .400 cional un importante choque,
Chesterfield .......... 2 4 .333 en el cual el ganadoi aumen-
O. Jimnes ........ 2 5 .251 mr su posibilidad a la serie
Catedral ...........-0 5 .000 final del 8oftball social.
,____j. _ El partido de maana corre-
Juego de Hoy ijia cargo de los conjuntos Pl-
POLICIA vs CERVECERA nocho y ptica Jimnez, jugn-
_____4.15 p.m. Instituto Nal. I dose los "narizones" toda su
| opcin para clasificar, ya que de
gan al Brasil 5 a 3, Cuba a la perder quedarn eliminados.
Argentina 18 a 0. Mxico a NI-1 Denls lanzar por el Pinocho
caragua 4 a 2, y. los Estados y Salas por los del ptica Ji-
Unidos a Venezuela 8 a 5. en mnez, equipo ste que ya per-
ctros partidos efectuados Argn- dl toda opcin a su clasifica-
ria le gan a Colombia 24 a 2, i clon, pero luchar para mejorar
y Mxico a Per 19 a 3. *u puntuacin y colocacin.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. P. Pje.
Pinocho
Barraza
Duran
ptica Sosa ............ 8 7
Chesterfield Jr.....9 8
Granillo ............. 6 10
Csrlbo ................. 5 10
11 4 .733
10 6 .625
10 8 .571
l'rligdaire .......... 4 9
.533
.529
.375
.333
30
Las novenas Caf Duran y
Caribe triunfaron en el doble
Dominical de la Liga Provincial
de Baseball de Panam.
El triunfo del Cafe Duran
sobre los marafioneros del pti-
ca Sosa, por pizarra de 6-2, los
coloca a 2 juegos y medio del
Pinocho. R. Hostln no pudo com
pletar los tres outs del 1er. acto
riendo sustituido por R Calcedo
L. Larrinaga finaliz el partido
en la loma de los cafsl^leros ai
ser expulsado del terreno C Me-
lndes.
La mejor jugada la realizo ei
jardinero central de les opleos
R. Oberto.
clon de Luis Koa en la caja de
los bultos postales y magnifi-
co aprovechamiento de lo co-
rredores del Caribe, dio a ste
una fcil victoria sobre las hues
tas del Granillo por 10 carreras
a 2 en el segundo Juego del Do-
ble Dominical.
Ambas novenas se presenta-
ron al terreno sin sus jugadores
estelares.
La anotacin por acto* fu
CHE
Caribe 931 220 08 3 1
Granillo 000 200 0* I 4
Lanzador ganador L. Roa.
Perdedor C. Gonzlez.
Juegos do Hoy de la
Liga Provincial
CARIBE vs PINOCHO
4.00 p.m.Estadio olmpico
FDIGIDAIRE vs O. SOSA ..
4.00 p.m. La Boca
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
La anotacin por actos fu Para maana a las cuatro
C. H. E. i de la tarde estn citados los
ptica Sosa OtI 900 \i 3jugadores del equipo de la re-
Caf Duran 219 903 x6 5 6' daecln de EL PANAMA AME-
Lanzador ganador C. Melcndez. JUCA a una prctica en el cua-
Perdedor R Hostln. j dro de Perejil. Se suplica pun-
Con una brillante demostra- I tual asistencia.
campen corri
este equino
Por RDEME
ROYAL COUP cumpli un
gloriosa etapa indiscutible crack
de la vieja pista sabanera al
ganar en una forma que no de-
Ja dudas de su gran consisten-
cia y fino linaje, el Clsico
Francisco Arias Paredes", cele-
brado ayer en el Hipdromo
LSaclonal sobre una cllstar'c,a.
de 1300 metros y por un premio
de B.3.000.
Una abigarrada m u lt 1 tiud,
presenci esta carrera, en la,
cual el pupilo de Don Antonio
Anguizola, recibi una sonora
ovacin en el momento en quo
era conducido por su jinete
Blas Aguirre al circulo de los
ganadores de clsicos.
Sin duda alguna la mejor ca-
era que ha preaentaito Royal
Coup en los anos que tiene de
estar competiendo en Juan Fran
co la brind ayer, y marc en el
recorrido el magnifico tiempo
do 1.21 3/8, que desde hace va-
ios aos no se vela en el Hi-
pdromo.
La carrera fu bastante rei-
da el campen Royal Coup, lo
mismo que su compaero de
cuadra, Begonia salieron de las
galeras en los ltimos puestos. .
No obstante r\ campen bus-
c su acomodo, mientras que
Welsh Loch, conducido por Pa-
j co Bravo comandaba el lote con
i un cuerpo de ventaja seguido
por Cherlberlbln, Phoebus Apo-
llo.
El pupilo de Cinlgllo, logro
mantener la punta despus de
sostener gran duelo con lo
dems ejemplares, pero en la,
recta final Blas Agufrre le le- '
vant la cabeza al hijo de Coup
de Lyon y lo corri a media,
pista y eso fu suficiente para,
que el noble equino respondiera,
a las exigencias de los apostado-
res que lo hablan hecho el gran
favorito, y comenzara a pasar
a los dems competidores y el
puntero no pudo siquiera pre-
sentarle carrera en los finales,
pues habla hecho demasiado y..
Royal Coup corri los ltimos)
cien metros fcilmente y se ale-
jaba ms y ms para ganar coa
gran jbilo de los fanticos.
El Ministro de Agricultura, Sr
Don Ricardo Arlas E., hijo del
recordado caballero del turf.
Don Francisco Arlas P.. entreg
la copa al preparador de Royal
Coup, Sr. Henry White, quien
reemplaz en esta ceremonia a
Don Antonio Anguizola que so
encuentra ausente de la capital.
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En uno de los ms reputados
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noches pasadas un selecto pro-
grama musical, a cargo de un
hasta ahora, desconocido pia-
nista, cuya maestra y desire-
7n ha sido objeto de la admi-
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El ejecutante, de aproxima-
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preto varias obras de su cose-
cha que merecieron el unni-
me aplauso y reconocimiento
de la concurrencia.
Segn ha podido saberse, Ri-
cardo Prestin fu descubierto
por un notable maestro fran-
cs, en ocasin de pasar ste
por una taberna, y escuchar
que del interior de sta, (se-
gn propia expresin del
maestro): "Se rememoraba a
Chopln, como pocas veces en
mi vida lo habla odo". Esa
misma noche, despus de am-
plia conversacin, quedaron
puntualizados los pormenores
dei concierto de Ricardo Pres-
tin, concierto que tuvo co-
mo consecuencia el justo reco-
nocimiento para un verdadero
y hasta entoncer desconocido
valor musical.
Actuaciones de
nuestros atletas
en Buenos Aires
Vamos a ofrecer a ustedes
estimados lectores. Informa-
ciones resumidas de lo que di-
ce la Prensa Argentina sobre
actuaciones de nuestros atle-
bui en los Iros. Juegos Pana-
mericanos.
O. O. Blasl, peso liviano de
Argentina venci por puesta
de espalda a Gerardo Jimnez
de Panam... El peso liviano
de Chile Aranena se impuso a
Luis Rodrguez de Panam por
decisin en la mejor pelea de
la fecha en el Luna Park en
las competencias de, boxeo...
En natacin, en los 400 metros
libres, Ricardo Beuregard de
Panam lleg en el cuarto lu-
gar de la tercera serle... Al-
clde8 Bernal de Panam lleg
en el quinto lugar de 100 me-
tros estilo espalda de la segun-
da serle... En competencia de
ciclismo en la prueba de per-
secucin, G. Martnez de Gua-
temala super a O. Layne de
Panam... El peso pesado
Luis Friedman venci por pun-
tos a A Martins del Brasil en
lucha... En los 800 metros lla-
nos, Fran Prlnct de Panam
lleg en el tercer lugar con
tiempo de 1:58, 1.10... Osear
Layne de Panam super a
Gustavo Martinez de Guate-
mala en la segunda serie de
las 12 celebradas en velocidad
pura... Estados Unidos se im-
puso a Panam fcilmente en
esgrima Dor 79 golpes a 25. En
el conjunto de los ganaderos
se destacaron varios tiradores
por la seguridad de tu esgri-
ma, demostrando Panam, a
pesar de haber perdido, poseer
efectivos floristas... En la se-
gunda serle de los 100 metros
Ubres de natacin, Alcldes
Bernal de Panam lleg en el
cuarto lugar con tiempo de
1'4" 4.10... En las competen-
cias de lotere en el grupo "A",
Mxico venci a Panam en
dos choques, siendo los resul-
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3:15 Una Mujer sin Importan
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3:3* El Hijo Perdido
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3:45 Cocktel Musical
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4:15 Selecciones Italianas
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
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Despeitador Musical
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La Voz del Interior
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Msica Variada
Serenata Matinal
Solis y Gmez
Grandes Maestros
El Correo del Aire
El Disloque Musical
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Guillermo Rolla
Msica Variada
Acordes porteos
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Noticias
Lotera Nacional
Intermedio Selecto
Peticiones
tados 8 a 1 y 9 a 5... En es-
grima, Too Raclnes de Pana-
m ocup el cuarto lugar con
tres victorias y tres derrotas....
8alvador Racines logr en una
serie, el primer lugar con 6
victorias y una derrota, con 32
golpes a su favor y 24 en con-
tra. Al canastero panameo
Rubn Blades, le llama la
prensa Argentina, Rubn Bla-
les.
Con la Inspirada finalidad de
una gran decisin, Reginald
Gardiner discute con Richard
Wldmark, quien encabeza el re-
gimiento, los planes para el sor-
presivo ataque que les dar la
victoria en esta escena de la
especular y realista superpro-
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TA EL ULTIMO HOMBRE"
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trenan simultne ament los
Teatros Lux y Cecilia, desde el
jueves prximo.
"HASTA EL ULTIMO HOM-
BRE" tiene la estatura y la
fuerza de un gigante del cine.
Su drama, su accin y su con-
tenido emocional son inolvida-
bles, as como la actuacin so-
bresaliente de Wldmark.
El Mauricio mantuvo
ayer su opcin en
el softball social
El equipo Mauricio super
ayer al Madurlto en el Torneo
de softball. para eliminarlo de
la serle final de la fiesta so-
cial, ganando por anotacin de
siete a cero e el Juego celebra-
do en Santa Rita.
Fu un triunfo claro y fcil
del Mauricio sobre el Madurl-
to, demostrando enorme supe-
rioridad. El norteamericano
Cheney que debut en este tor-
neo de pelota suave, coloc las
siete argollas al Madurlto. Tres
aislados incogibles permiti
Chenney, ponchando a cinco
contrarios y concediendo dos
bases por bolas, en tanto que
su contrario Daz concedi 10
bases por bolas y permiti cin-
co imparables.
Los ganaderos anotaron cua-
tro carreras en el primer epi-
sodio y las otras tres en el
quinto acto, slo se cometieron
dos errores en el partido y
fueron del Madurlto. Con su
victoria de ayer el Maurteio
contina con posibilidad de ir
a la serle final mientras que
el Madurlto perdi esa opcin.
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Tres equipos se encuentran
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o al Sr. Luis Alemn. Secreta-
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