The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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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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University of Florida
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AA00010883:01040

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TWBNTT 8IXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Mac Arthur Sees Stalemate Unless LUN Acts
pnamaToJlave Om Attack
On Long Front
The Republic of fcnom will hove its own Customs MC \A/ill \Jq\q
rf&. !* forti ol Cthtobol end Bolboo o> loon OS U J I" !
SSiS^-HSSF17-" Red Proposals
bff, Tht Ponam American learned today.----------------- r
Safety Director On Meet Agenda
"Under Article 5 ofthe 1W6
General Treaty of Friendship
mnd Cooperation between Pana-
m and the United States it Is
frovlded that -the United States
of America will i**,* f
Republic of Panam free of
charge the necessary sites lor
^establishment ol
on importations destined to the
Republic and for the examina-
tion i of merchandise, baggage
and 'passengers c0^,Wpm
bund for the Republic of Pana-
m, and for the prevention of
contraband trade... .,,*.,
Discussions have bMnj:
taken during the P"V,?, Mes
py the Panamanian authorities
with regard to sities and the type
of structure necessary In the
Ports of Cristobal and Balboa for
Panamanian customs house .Ac-
cording to The Panam Ameri-
can's information, two sites In
the Panam Canal terminal
ports already have been set aside
bv the Government of the Canal
Zone for the ue of Panam.
It Is recalled In connection
with these negotiations that the
Republic of Panama recently
made representations to tne
United SUtes for an affirmation
of the right of the motor vehicles
of Panamanian trucking firms
to go onto the Piers areas at
Cristobal and Balboa. This action
had Its origin In a memorial pre-
sented to trie Panaman an Min-
istry of Foreign Relations by
Terminales P*na,s .*
trucking firm engaged In trans-
Isthmian transportation of cargo
whose trucks, along with those
of other Panamanian firms, have
Madden Sentry's ShotjRP Red Jailed,
May Lose Post
At Institute
B. G. Nunnelley
Dies In Crash
11171
I B GJHUMMBtfT ,
Brent G. Nunnelley, 64. Safety
Director for the Naval Supply
Facility at Rodman, was fatally
injured yesterday afternoon In a
traffic accident on the Trans-
Isthmian Highway.
The accident occurred about
2:45 p.m., about one and one-
quarter miles from the Sabanlta
check point. Mr. Nunnelley died
at the Coco Solo Naval Hospital
at 5:15 D.m.
Colon police said that his coupe
collided with a bus driven by A-
gustn Barrera. The accident oc-
curred on a curving hill. The
, "'"*--/--" -Lt mt0 curred on a curving nui. n
been deniedI *^e filrtit to o > Nunnelley car was headed toward
the pier area at Cristobal ana panam; tne bus WM en route
Terminales originally had en-
deavored unsuccessfully to have
some adjustment made directly
with the Panama Railroad Com-
nany a U.8. Government-owned
corporation which Is the owner
of the piers. Finally it appealed
for and secured the support of
the Panamanian Government in
presenting Its case. *.fc,_..
Conversations are now taking
place at a government to gov-
ernment level. ^____
Practice Alert
Called On Friday
For Ft. Culick
A practice air raid alert
Will be held for Fort Gulick
mnd the Coco Slito housing
area at 4:15 p.m. Friday,
March 1.
Similar alerts were held
last week for Fort Amador
and the 15th Naval District
reservation.
from Buena Vista to Coln.
Barrera told police that he was
driving between 35 and 40 miles
an hour and there were indica-
tions that the other car was tra-
velling at about 60 miles an hour,
according to the police investiga-
tion which Is not yet completed.
Mrs. Socorro Mrquez, a pas-
senger In the bus, received a
broken arm.
Mr. Nunnelley's car had the
engine block driven hard back a-
gainst the cab and the steering
wheel bent almost double, pre-
sumably by Mr. Nunnelley pitch-
ing forward against it on the im-
pact.
The bus appeared to have been
struck at the left side front
wheel. The mudguard of this
wheel was ripped off, the front
wheels and axle driven back un-
der the bus to the rear wheels.
Except for broken glass the
passenger space was not much
damaged.
A native of Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
Mr. Nunnelley came to the Isth-
mus in 1940 and was employed
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 7)
Food Ceiling Waited
As Labor Men Relent
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP) processors are Imminent alsoor-
Price Stabilizer Michael V. Dl- ders affecting wool, cotton, iron
Salle said yesterday new price and steel, non-food wholesalers
ceilings will be Issued 'very short- and the service industries,
tlv" for processed' foods and These orders would replace the
union officials agreed with Wage general freeze Imposed in Jan-
Stablliaer Cyrus S. Chin* that nary. There was no Indication
there is some hope for early set- what the new levels would be
tlement of labor's mobilization but DiSalle said he now hopes to
spute halt the rise in food prices before
But In Key West, Fla.. Defense mid-summer, the original target
Moblllser Charles E. Wilson again date.
aroused labor's wrath. He said The Price Stabilizer also an-
after a talk with President Harry nounced that he is working on
Truman that he had no idea several orders affecting the meat
when labor will end its boycott of lnduetry and already has signed
the mobilization program and an amendment to last Saturday s
made clear that neither he nor cotton price celling order
Mr Truman will back down In The cautiously optimistic re-
th riUnute porta on the labor situation came
tne dispute. ^om a member of tne Unlted La-
Wllaon also charged that labor bor Poll Committee and from
withdrew from the defense pro- Sen. Hubert H. ttmphrey,D
gram primarily because he would Minn, whose Senate Labor Sub-
ot let It control manpower al- committee met with Ching to dis-
location cuss tne dispute.
Union 'officials here lmmedi- Humphrey said Ching told the
ately denounced the allegation as Senators he Is optimistic about
"shockingly untrue" and issued settling the dispute which led to
. statement attacking "the lack labor's boycott of the Wage Board
of any effective leadership in the and withdrawal of union repre-
flght against Inflation." They sentatlves from all mobilization
aid the manpower squabble is agencies. Humphrey did not ela-
?&dni.putehe ',maJr **" ta ^The Labor Policy Committee
DiSalle discussed the price si- official said after a meeting with
tuatton at 'National Press Club Economic SUbtllzar Erie A.
luncheon. He said new regula- Johnston that the union repre-
tions setting price ceilings on sentatlves were rather hopeful
iood retallen, wholesalers and ol ending the stalemate. --------
t
PARIS, March 7 (UP) The
United States advised the For-
eign Ministers' deputies' confer-
ence here today that the United
States will not agree under any
circumstances to the Big Four
Foreign Ministers discussing
German rearmament on the
terms demanded by Russia.
Informed sources at the con-
ference said the Soviet proposal
on German rearmament would
torpedo the Atlantic Pact deci-
sions to proceed with German
rearmament provided the Ger-
mans are willing.
The sources also explained
that acceptance of the Soviet
wording would be an admission
by the West that there Is merit
in the Soviet's propaganda claim
that the world tension Is caused
by the West's rearmament plans
for Germany.
Western delegates to the con-
ference feel that despite the pre-
sent deadlock a merger of the
two proposed agendas In a way
to satisfy both east and west is
not impossible.
Soviet Delegate Andrei Gro-
myko has shown no sign yet of
easing his position.
6 Witnesses Will
Testify At Balboa
In Caskets Case
Six witnesses are prepared to
testify for the government this
afternoon In preliminary hearing
of two charges against Grover
H. Bohan, Panam Canal funeral
director. The hearing is schedul-
ed for 2 p.m. In Balboa Magis-
trate's Court.
The witnesses, according to the
District Attorney's Office,.are to
be: Leonard White, a Dreadging
Division employe and resident of
Gamboa; Earl Glttens, who
handled funeral arrangements
for a friend early In December;
Chief Inspector J. R. Williams;
Ralph H. Kirkpatrlck, cabinet
maker for the Industrial Bureau
who Is In charge of wooden cof-
fin manufacture; Allen C. Shep-
pard, storekeeper In charge of
the metal casket supply, and J.
C. Twomey, Gorgas Hospital
bookkeeper.
Bohan is charged with failure
to account promptly for govern-
ment funds. White and Glttens
are expected to testify as to ar-
rangements they made with Bo-
han for two funerals, White for
his wife and Glttens for a friend,
Wllhelmina Cunningham, and to
report that they paid Bohan pn
Dec 1 and Dec. 18, respectively.
Williams will testify as to his
investigation, including the find-
ing of $210 In bills in Bohan's
Halts PC_Shtft-Car
Army authorities today were PPn' l*?L,{.nUred
to be followed by civilian +^*?"SftEi
when entering a guarded area, an Army spokesman aaia
t The Panama American a. to a hVi^arVvoWedTwm
Madden Dam last Saturday night, ^e car involved ws
an official Panama Canal vehicle crrylng a power pian,
operator to work on the midnight ... ,h
Reliable sources told The PAnama American that tne
power Plant operators have been halted>n* challenged
several times recently since a change at aaaen^uam
have protested to their superiors.
^..u\Tto8.topmwebnen Kinged b, an Arm, sentry
at guard post near the Madden Dam Hydro-Electric
assess;
rules to follow for all civilians entering a guarded area
should they a challenged. .___________________-
First-Class Workers Not Available
On Second-Class Pay, Lovelady Says
"First class public servants
cannot be recruited or retained
on second class salaries," a pro-
minent local labor leader em-
phasized-today in a letter to Sen-
ator Olln D. Johnston, chairman
of the Committee on Post Office
and Civil Service.
Writing as the president of
Lodge 14, American Federation of
Government Employes, Rufus M.
Lovelady based his letter on the
fact that hearings on House and
Senate bills provldlngs for a
change In the limitations on
overtime and holiday pay for fe-
deral employes are due to tart
today. Mr. Lovelady's letter said
In part:
1948.1 can say with out fear of
successful contradiction that em-
ployes here In positions pay ng
less than $4,000 a year are having
extreme difficulty In making both
ends meet In these days of splral-
lng prices.
"These trying conditions are
seriously undermining morale...
An inordinate high number of
employes are leaving for more
lucrative employment in private
enterprise in the United States;
an Increasingly large number are
contemplating similar action.
"The only way we have of em-
phasizing our demands for wages
commensurate with the cost of
living Is to seek employment else-
where. Many hundreds of us have
Hugo Victor, head of the Com-
munist Partido del Pueblo In
Panama and a teacher at the
National Institute, was under
arrest today In Panama Jail
under the orders of Mayor An-
gel Vega Mndez.
The arrest was carried out
yesterday for "disrespect to the
President of the Republic" but
a spokesman from the Mayor's
office said today that Victor had
not been sentenced.
Victor today also faced the
loss of his post at the Institute
when It was disclosed that Min-
ister of Government and Justice
Jose Clemente de Obaldla had
signed a resolution depriving
the teacher of his position.
Obaldla charged Victor with
being responsible for Communist |
propaganda and activity In the
Republic and said he was send-
ing the resolution to the Minis-
try of Education for action.
A writ of habeas corpus,
meanwhile, was presented by
Victor's lawyer against the Chief
of Secret Police Juan de Dios
Poveda, the Mayor, and "any
other official responsible for the
arrest of Hugo Victor."
Poveda said the Communist
leader was arrested under the
provisions of Law Number 72 of
1941. for disrespect to the Presi-
dent of the Republic, and that
he had been placed In the hands
of the Mayor under the provi-
sions of Decree Number 368.
Poveda has received the writ
which the Supreme Court is ex-
pected to decide upon with the
next 24 hours.
TOKYO, March 7 (UP)General Douglas MacArthur
told newsmen today that the Allied forces have already
blasted any Communist hope of victory in Korea but pre-
dicted an inevitable stalemate unless he gets major rein-
forcements and more freedom to strike back at the Chinese
In Washington acting Secretary of State James Webb
said the United States is consulting continually with its
fighting Allies in Korea on the "abnormal military inhibi-
tions" which MacArthur complained were limiting his
operations against the Chinese Communists.
Meanwhile the United Nations forces launched a
powerful new offensive along a 40-mile front.
Fanatic Assassin |
Kills Iran Premier
In Islamic Mosque
This annbuncement could not -.. ------- llreadv invested
iave come at a more appropriate so mantear aire^y ^
time so far as employes on the
Canal Zone are concerned, inis
is so because of recent very subs-
tantial price mark ups which
have boosted the cost of living
can ill afford the sacrifice. These
employes are trained and are ren-
dering valuable service to their
Government. They represent a
substantial lnvstment which the
?V, V-oaT 7- tn the highest substantial lnvsimeni wmu
on the Canal Zone to tne niB'"y rnnar. should not overlook,
peak In our history. Basic ood n^reuf Sentappropriate
costs in the Government-owned, and we a e tonime gP ^^
commissaries are some 30 per | i J*Jit_:3L *w*. HHim
peak In our history. Basic ouu ^d'w. e"coniWent appropriate
costs in the Oovernment-owne^ g duce
commissaries are so 3per ^"Vremaln in the service
cent above those Jjnjaarcn^ | The lmposltlon of income tax
1948 and are still rising.Prices
of clothing and other essential
commodities have risen sharply
In the last nine months. My per-
sonal experience Indicate very
clearly that the purchasing pow-
er of my dollar has declined oy
about one-third since our last
pay adjustment which was ef-
fective on July 11,1948 under the
Federal Employees' Pay Act of
upon employes here almost nine
months retroactively effective is
forcing fully one-half of them to
borrow funds to meet this unex-
Kalian Government
Gels Confidence Vole
Despite Red Walkout
ROME, March 7 (UP) Pre-
mier Alclde De Gasperl's Govern-
ment received an overwhelming
vote of confidence early today
after Communist deputies had
vowed never to fight Russia and
stalked out of the Assembly.
The vote was on an extraor-
dinary defense appropriation of
$400,000,000 to help Italy finance
her obligations under the Atlan-
tic Pact treaty.
The high point of the session
came during a speech by Defen-
\ TEHERAN, J.ran, March 7 (UP)
premier All Razmara was kill-
ed today by an assassin who fir-
ed three shots at him at point
blank range during a special re-
ligious ceremony in a mosque.
The assassin, Abdullah Mov-
ased Rastegar, a carpenter by
trade, and three of his gang were
captured by the police as they
tried to commit suicide after the
assassination.
They are members of the fana-
tical Fldalyan Islam religious
sect which has been urging the
nationalization of the oil indus-
try
The Shah immediately called
a meeting of his advisers and ap-
pointed Khalll Fahlml, Razma-
ra's Minister without Portfolio,
to take charge of the Govern-
ment. It was reported that the
Shah was considering Invoking
martial law.
Under Razmara. Iran moved
towards closer friendship with
Russia and he recently signed a
trade pact with the Soviet. But
the Premier also worked to keep
his country Independent and
friendly towards the West.
It was the third time MacAr-
thur had urged the chancelleries
of the world to tell him what to
do about Communist China's In-
tervention in Korea.
-He flew from Tokyo to Suwon,
17 miles south of Seoul, In his
personal Constellation "Scap."
Then he hopped a liaison pline
to a rough emergency airstrip in
a riverbed behind the central
front.
Wearing his famous tarnished,
gold-braided garrison cap and
wrapped In several blankets,
MacArthur made a 30-mile tour
of the central front In a Jeep.
At times he was within easy
mortar range of the Communist
forces massing for the expected
counter offensive.
MacArthur said "Vital decisions
have yet to be made decisions
far beyond the scope of the au-
thority vested In me as military
commander decisions which,
are neither solely political nor
solely military, but which must
provide on the highest interna-
tional level an answer to the obs-
curities which now becloud tho
unsolved problems raised by Red
(Continued on Page 6, Col. g)
US Delegation
To Montevideo
Arrives Here
Seven members of the United
desk drawer Jan. 23 with a not- 8tatM deleBatl0n to the lnaugu-
ation attached that this cevered
the funeral of Jeanetta White.
Kirkpatrlck and Sheppard will
identify the two caskets, exhum-
ed recently at Corozal cemetery,
as from Panam Canal stock,
and Twomey is expected to re-
port Bohan's payment of a total
of $280 on Jan. 23.
Medinger Replaces
Withers On Panam
(anal Wage Board
A. C. Medinger. Deputy Direc-
tor of the Marine Bureau, has
been named the Canal adminis-
tration's representative on the
Panam Canal Wage Board re-
placing Col. George K. Withers,
Engineering and Construction
Director, it was announced yes-
terday at Balboa Heights
Operational responsibilities of
the Engineering and Construc-
tion Director include supervision
of the Electrical, Building. Muni-
cipal and Designing Engineer Di-
visions and prelude the extensive
devotion of time that Is neces-
sary to effect solution of the
many problems relating to the
wages of employes.
Howard Munro serves as Em-
ployee Representative on the
Wage Board
pected obligation. This plus the came during a speecn oy uenn-
Kreatly Increased cost of living Is se Minister Randolfo Pace ardi
hardship on them, unless relief He was heckled unmercifully by
working an extreme and undu
in the form of additional com-
pensation Is granted, their stan-
dard of living is almost certain
to be reduced to a level approach-
ing subnormal, at least until the
retroactive tax obligation Is dis-
posed of.
"We are truly thankful for the
interfest you have always evidenc-
ed in Federal employes and their
many employment problems that
are controlled by the Congress.
We are confident that your usual
keen sense of Justice will again
egation to me '""" prevail and that your Committee
ration in Montevideo on^ Marcn j wU1 recommend a pay adjust-
ment sufficient to bridge the gap
between the present high cost of I shouts from right wingers. They
living and that which existed: jeered "Just like the Russians
you walk out."
High School PTA Meets
At JWB Library, 7.30
when our salaries were last ad-
Justed."
OES Past Matrons
1 of President Andrs Martinez
Trueba will arrive In Panama
this afternoon on their return
trip to Washington.
The delegation consisted of Ed-
ward G. Miller, Jr., Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Inter-Ameri-
can Affairs; Representative A. S.
J. Carnahan of Missouri. Chair- i
man of the House Foreign Af- q __, r!rc* (Iff
fairs Committee; Representative DNng TIT5I UIH
Donald L. Jackson of California, | "
Member of the House Foreign[' py QaH CrACC
Affairs Committee; Lt. General | O V* KGQ VlUSS
Hubert R. Harmon, 8enlor Air
Force Member of the Military and The honor of having made the
Naval Staff Committee of the I nrst contribution at Red Cross
United Nations and twice com- headquarters during the current
mander of the Air Forces here; drive went to the Past Matrons
Major General Ray E. Porter Assoclatlon of the Order of East-
Commanding General, United ern star, which gave $10.
States Army Caribbean; Rear second donor was James B.
Admiral Milton E. Miles. Director, SnropShre, who gave $10. The
Pan American Affairs and Unit- thlrd contribution $25 was
ed States Naval Missions; Bri- from t. Gabriel Duque, and a
gadler General A. F. Lorenzen; i fourth for the same amount
Raymond D. Muir. Division or came from Emanuel Lyons.
Protocol of the Department of Tne Red Cross drive for funds
State; and R. Kenneth Oakley, ,, proceeding satisfactorily In
the Communist and left wing
Socialist bloc and finally turned
to them and furiously demanded
"Would you as Italians fight a-
galnst the Soviet Union?" They
shouted back "No, never."
A short time later Communist
Party chief Palmlro Togllattl,
who returned from Moscow last
week to try to stop the revolt In
his party's ranks, charged that
De Gasperl's Christian Demo-
crats were using "pressure vot-
ing" tactics and left the cham-
ber.
He was followed by more than
100 Communists and left wing
Socialists amid catcalls and
Partial Eclipse
Of Sun Visible
On Isthmus Today
A partial eclipse of the sun
will be visible from Panam
from 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. today.
At Bluefields. Nicaragua, the
phenomenon will be nearest, a
total eclipse, but even there
there will be a small band of
sun fringing the moon.
Because of this eclipse it is
called an annular, partial or
ring eclipse.
Next Seot. 1 is due an eclipse
In which 90 per cent of the sun
will be blotted out.
4 Local Agencies
Will Participate
In New US Program
Word has Just been received on,
the Isthmus of the activation of
a new United Service Organiza-
tion (U.8.O.) at the request of
the President of the United
States and the Secretary of De-
fense.
The new U.S.O. Is presently re-
presented on the Isthmus by four
active units serving both mili-
tary and civilian personnel. Un-
der their own agency sponsor-
ship and with limited local fin-
ancial help these four units have
carried on since July 1947 when,
US.O. ceased Its military ser-
vices. They are: the National
Jewish Welfare Board, the Na-
tional Catholic Community Ser-
vice and the Balboa and Crlsto-
I bal YMCA's. ____
Department of State.
NFFE Local Meeting
Tomorrow Evening
The regular meeting of Local
No. 595, National Federation of
Federal Employes will be held at
the Clubhouse on Chiva Chiva
Trail at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.
every way, It was announced by
I F Mcllhenny. vice-chairman
of the Fund Campaign Commit-
tee, v ___________
Balboa Tides
High Low
4:04 a.m. 15.5 ft. 10:18 a.m. -1.2 ft.
4:30 p.m. 160ft. 10:39 p.m.-1.1 It.
'Peep Show' Chorine Gefs ]
Cadillac; Giver Gets Bail
By PETER McEVOY
NFW YORK March 7 (UP) buy nylon yard goods at $1 a
A 27-year-old''stage door John- yard that he could resell for $1.50
nl" '"^"mdlina M0y000nto Levy said he spent the entire'
UH&xMtt* Jai-avi satis
daooer youTg man with slick Levy more than a year ago by a
The Executive Board of the Bal- ^cakXlr told District Attorney theatrical photographer
boa Senior-Junior High School F'aacnk Hogan He was held In "I bought him a cup of coffee
Parent Teacher Association will ^Soo bailfor "hearing March that day." she said I. dldn 6
neet tonight for r^lar ?2 after arraignment. think he^any money^ ^
r.aS lfoahVSeiahteerr he^glittr^a
peared In Mike Todd s au duv_ ^ E ^ aftemoon was
=SmS SKIPS);
1 -J1- ... .....!,. t > sno "He was always hanging a-i
mffieeo.?aSSK Jm'con round; s^e said. ^He was a pesU;
vertible, a $5.200 diamond ring a And he JJ" lea"l
$1,000 diamond wristwatch and a fo^cth^rnbehe slid she had
000Hfrom Dr. Henry P_Dwor^a orderly^onduct^ ^
He told me. "You re
March meeting. It will be held at
the Jewish Welfare Board build-
ing library at 7:30 p.m.
Give!
Charles E. Wilson. Director
of the Office of Defense Mo-
bilization, indorses the Am-
erican Red Cross as follows:
"This nation has chosen to
seek peace through strength.
The American Red Cross In
the symbol of hhe strength
and unity of a free people.
When we give of our ltrentth
to help the weak, the sick,
the homeless, the hungry,
the wounded, we actually
row stronger thereby. The
Red Cross is the symbol of
the dignity and the value of
the human life It is Dart of
the American strength."
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Arrival
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Sailings Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly sailings to New Vork. Los Angeles and Seattle.
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roe steamers in this service arc limited to twelve passengers.
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Wett Coast of Central America
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Yacht Race
A 34-foot auxiliary cutter,
well-known to Isthmians has
been entered In the St. Peters-
burgh-Havana yacht race, which
begins March 24 .
The cutter Is Buccaneer II,
owned by Charles King. King
was formerly assistant person-
nel director for The Panam Ca-
nal and later Civilian Personnel
Director of the Caribbean Air
Command. He Is now with civi-
lian personnel at Brookley AFB
In Mobile.
King Is leaving Mobile March
17 to sail Buccaneer to St. Peters-
burg.
He left the Isthmus last May,
aboard the yacht with two com-
panions and made the voyage
from Cristobal to Mobile In about!
two weeks.
advantage for American ship-
building, merchant shipping and
maritime labor."
Anti Jap Ships
The National Federation of
American Shipping Issued a re-
lease this week protesting any
unwarranted expansion of Ja-
panese shipping or shlpbuildine.
The protest was made Jointly with
eight other national organiza-
tions In a letter to President Tru-
man.
The protest was signed bv The
American Legion, the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, the Propeller
Club of ie United States, the
Mississippi Valley Association,
the National Federation of Am-
erican Shipping, the CIO Marl-
time Committee, the Labor-Ma-
nagement Committee, the Ship-
builders' Council of America, the
Association of American Ship
Owners.
"We are not suggesting that
Japanese shipping should be
barred from or Improperly res-
tricted In international trade,"
the letter said, "We feel her ef-
forts should first be directed to
the restoration of her domestic
shipping, and thereafter Japan-
ese shipping and shipbuilding
could very properly be gradually
and proportionately restored In
harmony with the revival of oth-
er Japanese Industries and of her
Import and export trade.-Any
other situation would create a
serious and unfair economic dis-
embarking
A total of 79 passengers will
leave the Isthmus Friday on the
S.S. Panam, according to the
advance passenger list from the
Panama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
The complete advance list fol-
lows : '
Mrs. Charlotte Alken:. Harry
Akers; Dr. and Mrs. Francis M.
Appleton; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
V. C. Baker; Mr. and Mrs. Everett
H. Blckley; Miss Claire F. Brun-
ning; Mrs. Mary Cohen; Mr. anc".
Mrs. Allen Converse; Lt. and Mrs.
Paul V. Davis and daughter;
Charlotte Dirlam; and Mrs. Vir-
ginia Dowling.
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Oorgette Faxon; Katherine Fa-
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Flanders; Mr. James E. reiberger:
Mary E. Geraghty; Janet M. Olis-
son; Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Goll;
' Biride M. Gorsuch; Mr. and Mrs.
William D. Hardie: Mrs. Marie J.
] Hayes; Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Heussler and daughter; Mr. and
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Vreeland: Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Weiss; Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
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AWARDED E. A. Robertaon, manager of th a* paraso Clubhouse; Oylra Jule de Holder, an
atteBdanTand HyHon E. Drew steward, were warded meritorious salary increases yMterday
moralna at a ceremony in the offices of U. Got. H. D. Vogel Their awards were gTen as
7 suit of tieir h.Ting foiled the attempt at armed robbery in the Paraso Clubhoue m
Feb 9 From left to right: Vogel, Wilson H. Crook, General Manager of the Clubhouse Dh-i-
aion. RobVrtoin Ot1 /ule. de Holder, Drew and Henry A. DonoTan. Community Serrke.
Director.
Three Clubhouae empl o y|e s
were given a special commenda-
iion from Oovernor Francis K.
Newcomer and awarded meritor-
ious wage increases in a ceremo-
ay in the office of Lt. Governor
H. D. Vogel yesterday morning,
!or their part in foiling an tr.Ti-
td robbery at the Paraso Club-
ttouse.
Still wearing the bandages
that marked the injuries they re-
ceived in the struggle with rob-
bers at the Clubhouse Feb. 9, E.
A. Robertson. Clubhouse Mana-
ger and Hylton E. Drew. Ste-
ward, were accompanied by Ovl-
ra Jules de Holder, attendant,
who, with a gun in her stomach,
broke away from her captors and
ran for the help that prevented
the robbery.
The manager's shoulder was
dislocated in the struggle, he lost
a front tooth and received an
arm Injury, while the steward
lost part of one finger when one
o the robbers' guns was dis-
charged .
Vogel expressed the apprecia-
tion of the Canal organization
for the employes' action in frus-
trating the robbery at great risk
to their personal safety.
Henry L. Donovan. Communi-
ty Services Director and Wilson
H. Crook. General Manager of
the Clubhouse Division, took part
in the brief ceremony.
Similar letters from Governor
Newcomer presented to each of
the employes said in part:
"It is a source of great satis-
faction to me to know that Tec
Panama Canal organization has
employes like yourself whose
loyalty is such that they unflinch-
ingly perform acts of bravery a-
bove and beyond their normal
duties.
"On behalf of The Panama Ca-
nal, I wish to thank you and the
other employes who participated
in the prevention of this robbery.
A record of this action is being
made a part of your personnel
record. It gives me a great deal
of pleasure to notify you that I
have approved the Community
Services Director's recommenda-
tion that you be promoted meri-
toriously."
lift Up
Your Hearts
Smooth, Feminine Look Featured
In Paris Fashions This Spring i
Missing Mass. Child
Believed Found Dead
On Virginia Roadside
RICHMOND, Va., March 7,
(UP) Police said today the de-
scription of missing Robert (Dan-
nvi Matson of Qulncy. Mass,
"fits generally" with a barefoot
child's body found in a blue de-
nim duffel bag near here yes-
terday, but that they had not
identified the child definitely.
The dead boy, believed to be a-
bout five years old, was discover-
ed in a clump of pines near a ru-
ral road 26 miles from Richmond
yesterday. Police were still check
lng today oh descriptions' Iffiil
officers in Quincy and Chincopee,
Mass.. where another youngster
was missing.
A highway department worker
who discovered the body said a
woman's raincoat was lying near-
by. There were no signs of vio-
lence on the sandy-haired child's
body and he was clad In blue de-
nim trousers and a Navy Jacket.
Four-year-old Danny Matson
disappeared Jan. 19 from the
front yard of his home. Local
police said there was no indica-
tion that he was kidnapped and
detectives thought he had wan-
dered away and drowned in one
of several nearby quarry holes.
The child found near here had
been dead nearly a week, state
medical examiner Geoffrey T.
Mann reported. His body was too
decomposed to locate a birthmark
reported on the Matson child's
scalp, but general features tal-
lied, Mann said.
Fortunately for his friends,
Hard Luck Joe doesn't always
know when to howl about his bad
results. He can butcher a hand
in cold blood without realizing
that anything unusual has tak-
en place.
For example, when today's
hand was played, Joe held Ine
East cards. He played the sight
of diamonds enthusiastically on
the first trick, whereupon West
continued with the queen of dia-
monds.
After holding the second trlci:,
West shifted to a club, South win-
ning with the queen. South
promptly knocked out the ace of
trumps and easily won the rest or
the tricks, scoring game and rub-
ber.
Joe sighed a bit, because he
doesn't like to lose a rubber any
more than anybody else does, but
he made no special complaint. O
course, you've already noticed
Joe's mistake or have you? If
not, think about it a bit. How
should Joe defend with the East
cards?
East should play the ace of dia-
monds at the first trick. Then
he should lead back his singleton
club.
Whenever declarer leads
trumps, East should take the ace
without delay. He then returns
a diamond to West's Jack in order
to give West a chance to lead a
second round of clubs. East na-
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the Rev. M. A. Cookson, Epis-
copal Church of Our Saviour,
New Cristobal.)
EVIDENCE OF THE RECORD
"Now faith Is the substance
of things hoped for, the evid-
ence of things not seen." Read
the Epistle to the Hebrews.
In this Epistle is the stated evi-
dence of how God changes situa-
tions. The author of this book is
not setting out to give a defini-
tion of faith, but he points out
some of the effects, the evidence
faith must necessarily produce in
those who possess it. The author j
marshalls in review the past Iri- |
umphs of faith of the heroes of
God. Their faith was put to the
test and found real. It was a
faith that satisfied God. By the
witness of their faith before God
their Uves carried conviction.
Here are concrete experiences
of God at work in human Uves:
how He helps people meet situa-
tions that might otherwise spell
defeat for them. That kind of
spiritual success as seen In the
lives ot professing Christians, is
what this hard-boiled world of
our is waiting to see.
A good general knows tactics,
a good admiral navigation, a
5ood lawyer Jurisprudence. Good
Isherman have an assortment
of bait. Good Christians should
be equipped to meet the situa-
tions of life as they arise. Their
religion must be something to
live by. to enjoy, to help them
find victory when they might
have gone down in defeat. That
is proof of the vitality of their
Christian experience and of the
genuineness of their religion.
Today, in a, time of upheaval
and unrest, there Is presented a
God-given opportunity for Chris-
tian people to demonstrate their
professed belief and faith in God
as they face life's situations with
the confidence of victory. Every
person Is fundamentally insecure
and feels Inferior unless he lives
in touch with God.
PARIS. Mar. 7. (UP) The last
word in spring fashions for 1951
has been pronounced in this
world capital ot couture.
The major designers laid down
their decrees for women's styles
In nine days of preview presen-
tations attended by fashion cor-
respondents from all over the
world.
Jeanne Lanvin's colle c 11 o n
marked the end of the sumptu-
ous display. Designed by Antonio
de Castillo. Lanvin's line agreed
with this year's fashion news
fullness and femininity, smooth
and never bulky.
Christian Dior, Pierre Balmain
and Jacques Fath were present-
ed with awards by the fashion
staff of Fllenes of Boston at a
large party celebrating the 2,-
000th anniversary of the city of
Paris. An Immense flve-tlered
birthday cake with 2.001 candles
was served, ten men having been
employed to light the candles. It
took them five minutes.
"Modern living ... a simplified,
more polished look" was the key-
to Castillo's cut. He achieved
sllmness with feminine accents
In softly moulded busts, rounded
natural shoulders, unexaggera-
ted waists and long-legged skirt
lines in wrap-arounds cut on the
bias
Suits were belted with long
rounded basques. Short waisr.-
length coats had enlarged circu-
lar Chinese collars. Apron effects
of pleating in front earned still
another triumph, assuring wide-
spread imitation.
Other Castillo touches were ex-
tremely original. His "morning
glory" skirt appeared In cocktail
and evening dresses, featuring a
starched, fluted hem ruffle, like
the circular ruffed collars of old
Dutch paintings. Another even-
ing dress had a bouffant skirt
fashioned In a basket weave o
broad lengths of white satin,
Mlniutre duffle bags of Unen
went with play clothes.
Puffs of balloon draping in
mousseline or organza, starting
at the waist and pinched In ft
bloomer effect at knee level, war*
new this year, too.
Triangular scarves tied point
down at the throat and triangu-
lar necklines were distinctive ef-
fects, as were espadrlles i la
matching materials for play
clothes. Buttons were lnviifhlft
and functional. Mannequincar-
ried long umbrellas with straight
handles.
A single "Travista" curl hung
to shoulder length in CastiHo'
gala coiffure, and a tiny rhihe-
stone beauty spot sparkled ai.aet
eye-catcher.
Featured fabrics again includ-
ed shantung and surah, but mt>rt>
silk, Including silk prints !on
shirt-dresses and cocktail robas.
Colors used confirmed *
'Tightness" of navy and white
for spring, but brighter hues dear
to CaatUlo's native Spain ap-
peared, such as a range of yeUrwi
"from sunshine to chamois rfd*
and "blarritz. blue."
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1951
Cristobal, Service Stars In Benefit Game Tonight
Charles Big Favorite To Beat Joe Walcott
Odds LTo-5 But Bout May
Set A New Detroit Record
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By Unit*! Press
*i DETROIT, March 7 Boxing fans may set a new
record for Detroit tonight at the heavyweight title fight
between Champion Ezzard Chorles and Jersey Joe Walcott.
Promoters of the fight expect
Se fans to pay more than 95.000
see the fight despite the fact
t Charles is a heavy il-to-5'
Ivorite to retain his crown. The
esent record gate for Detroit
Charles. The 37-year-old chal-
lenger has tried three times in
the past to win the crown--twice
with Joe Louis .always popular in
Detroit, and once against Char-
les. Detroit fans resent Charles'
Plans For Annual
Taboga Sail Boat
Race Completed
Plans for the annual Taboga
sail boat race to be held this week
end were finalized Monday night
at a meeting of the Board of the
Balboa Yatch Club at the home
of W. E. Pearson.
The event will be a scratch
race with the winner being the
boat with the least elapsed time
for the round trip, (total time for
trip to Taboga on Saturday and
return on Sunday >. There will be
no limit on the amount of can-
vas carried.
The afternoon and evening at
Taboga following the first leg of
the race will be the occasion for
the Annual Club Rendezvous
with boats of all classes, both
sail and power being urged to at-
tend.
Starting time for both legs of
the race will be 1:30 P.M. with
the starting line Saturday being
between Buoy No. 8 mear Naos
Island i and the committee boat
and then a course to Buoy No. 2
leaving it to Starboard to the fin-
ish line between the Committee
boat and a marked buoy in Ta-
boga Harbor.
The course for the return trip
Sunday will commence at the
finish line Saturday, to Buoy No.
5 leaving it to Port and thence
to finish line between the Club
Float and Buoy No. 14-C or the
line extended to the opposite side
of the Channel.
A trophy will be awarded to
the winner of the race.
Jack R. DeOrummond Is Chair-
man of the Race Committee as-
sisted by Capt. J. R. Uldrick.
Anyone desiring more particulars
are urged to contact either of the
above two or any of the directors
of the Balboa Yatch Club.
CANAL ZONE LEAGUE CHAMPS. Memben of the Cristobal Mottas' will meet the United
States Army Caribbean League's All-Stars at the Balboa Stadium tonight In a Red Cross
Benefit game beginning at 7:30 p.m. Prom left to right are: Dave Thomas. Eddie Neville,
George Waldron, R. C. Otey, Pete Cothlrst, Clem Koshorek, Ray Dabek and Juan Clauzel;
standing, Business Manager Mer French, Charles LeBrun, Team Manager Al Kibski. Presi-
dent Gil Morland, Wallv Moryn, Humberto Robinson, Ronnie Owens and, sitting, bat boys
Jimmy Custer, Carl Thome and Dick Reed. (US Army Photo)
Kuard Char!
is $83,000. It was set in 1847 for
the Ray Robinson-Chuck Taylor
fight.
The 20-year-old champion is
expected to weigh in at about 183
pounds11 less than Walcott.
Most of the Motor City fans are
pulling for Walcott to upset
Jersey Jo* Walcott
victory over Louis last Septem-
ber and they are rooting for Jer-
sey Joe to avenge that defeat.
If Walcott upsets Charles, they
will meet in a return bout with-
in 90 days. If Charles wins, he
probably will make his next de-
fense against Louis In Chicago
sometime in April.
ON THE ALLEYS
MAGARITA WOMENS LEAGUE
Team Three came back with
the known power to trounce
Team Four 3-1 upping their lead
another three points. Hi-Gal Isa-
bel Setzer with a total of 480.
Ginger Blount rolled two above
average and Gladys Smith had a
good night with three above aver-
age.
Team Four, suffering from too
much success of the past weeks,
Save very poor showing, turning
l lowest total pin fal lof the nite
Of 1588 Joyce Kulig was Hl-gal
with a score of 476 rolling 166-
130-180 but had little support.
A duel for second place saw
Team Two come out the victors
with a 3-1 win over Team One.
Turning In a total plnfall of 1789 I whle'Yh
Panama's McSween
Stars In 'Big Ten'
Track Championship
A new item in the latest issue
f thr Chicago Sunday Tribune
(March 4) disclosed that Pan-
amanian track star C'irUo Mc-
Keen, a dentistry student at the
lvrr-.itv of Illinois, was a vital
factor in the Illini victory over!
the University of Michigan for
the Big Ten track championship
last Saturday.
McSween. rated the best Illi- '
nois I auarter-miler since Herb
McKenley. came from behind to
these gals were In there burning
up the alleys.
Hi-Gal on Team Two was Bet-
ty Bixby who has really been
picking up In her games the last
Gamboa Tigers Cop
1st (Z Elementary
School Ball Crown
The Gamboa Tigers won the
first Canal Zone Elementary
School baseball championship
sponsored by the Physical Edu-
cation and Recreation Section by
defeating Paul Karsts hustling
Balboa team in the finals by the
score of 4 to 1.
The Balboa nine, advanced to
the finals by wiriWng two hard
earned victories over Diablo and
Cristobal. The Balboa aggrega-
tion defeated Diablo by the score
of 3 to 2 in a very bitterly con-
tested game and then won over
Cristobal In two extra innings
by the score of 7 to 6.
The Gamboa and Balboa teams
were the two top seeded teams in
the tournament, however the
hitting of the champions was too
much for the Balboa team.
Miles Metcalf, first baseman,
and Carlos Seise, pitcher for
Gamboa, weer the leading hitters
with two lilts apiece.
8alas hit a home run for the
lone tally for the Balboa team.
Seise struck out 11 Balboa hitters
and held them to one lone hit
Gamboa hitters got
SERVICE ALL-STARS. The United States Army Caribbean League's AU-Star aggregate,
which meets the Cristobal Mottas nine tonight at 7:30 p.m. In a Red Cross Benefit game
at the Balboa Stadium are left to right: Cooton, Albrook; Rodriguez, Fort Kobbe; Felix, At-
lantic 8ector; Albrook's Red Boucher, Team Captain; Beaudoin. Corozal; Luna. Fort Amador;
Alfaro, Fort Kobbe; second row: Howard, Albrook; Cruz, Fort Kobbe; Madeline, Fort Clay-
ton; Rochlnski. Fort Clayton; Houseneckt. Albrook; and Dlstlfanl, Fort Kobbe, and Scalfanl,
Albrook; third row: Thomas, Fort Amador; Williams, Albrook; Tornan. Corozal: Muller, Fort
Kobbe; Panbianco. Stanley, and Chatham, Albrook. (US Army Photo)
nine hits off of Salas
BOX SCORE OF CHAMPION-
SHIP GAME
Balboa AB H.
Mendoza. SS........2
tWO weeks With a SCOre Of 459. Kaufman rf "
Gladys Pescod follow with 442
Millie Hartz had two nice games
above average. Marjorie Price
holder of lowest Individual Aver-
age on this team which Is 112
came through with score of 132-
137-131.
On Team One Ruth Tortorlcl
I was Hl-gal turning In highest
I total of 515 as well as rolling
\ highest single game of 186.
TEAM STANDINGS
Wills. CF...........2
Salas, P ............1
Mascowsky, C ......2
Laatz. IB ..........2
Foreman, 2B........2
Webb. LF ...........1
Galloway, SB......,. 1
TOTALS.........14
Team No. 3 ....... Won ........51 Lost 33 42
No. 1 ....... No. 4 ....... ........41 ........34 43 50
INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES
Class "A"- Ruth Tortorlcl 157.
Joyce Kulig 146.
Class "B"Florence McElhone
133. Ginger Blount 181.
Prizes were won by the follow-
ing:
Class "A" Hl-3 Games Ruth
Gamboa AB
!Rytter, SS ..........3
Morris, 3B ..........1
Metcalf. IB .........3
1 Henderson, C .......3
Seise, P.............3
O. Figel. LF........1
A.Martin, 2B .......2
,C. Martin, RF......1
Spears, CF..........1
TOTALS.........18
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USA Cops Track & Field
Title; Argentina Spurts
Away In Overall Score
cop the 440 yards finals in the Tortorlcl515
fast time of 48.8 only seven- Hi-Single Game Oladys Pes-
UmpiresParker and Clayton.
Navy Sports
tenths second off the meet rec-
ord.
Cirilo also anchored the win-
ning Illinois team In the mile re-
lay.
cod167
Class "B'' Hi-3 Games Mil-
lie Hartz416.
Hi-Single Game Ginger
Bolunt170.
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The 1951 Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict Golf Tournament is slated
to get underway this Friday, with
eleven flights representing vari-
ous 15th Naval District activities
competing.
A team trophy, Individual tro-
phies for each member, and the
Secretary of the Navy certificate
will be awarded the flight which
cards the lowest score during the
four-day competition. A "Com-
mandant's Cup Competition"
certificate will be awarded to all
those participating.
The action will take place at
the Naval Ammunition Depot.
Rodman, on March 9th. move to
Fort Davis the following day. re-
turn to NAD. on Friday. March
16th, then back to the Atlantic
Side course for the final rounds
on Saturday. Tee off time has
been set for 8 a. m.
The following Naval activities
will be represented: 15th N. D.
Headquarters. Headquarters
Communications Station, U. S.
BUEN08 AIRES. March 7 (UP)
Argentina and the United
States continued to hold the spot-
light in the Pan American
Games as the Argentines purt-
ed way ahead in the unofficial
overall count tota land the North
Americans captured three men's
and one women's championships
to win the track and field meet
In the final day of that part of
the competition.
Mexico shared the spotlight
when the Pan American Con-
gress voted 15 of 17 to hold the
1955 Games in that country. The
remaining two votes went to Gtia
tmala.
In another spectacular track
climax, Delfo Cabrera Argen-
tina's 1948 Olympic marathon
winner In London brought 100.-
0 B00 spectators in the huge River
01 Plata Stadium to their feet In ar
roaring ovation when he won the
long-winded event in two hours
35 minutes.
Cuba won the baseball cham-
61onship when Mexico lost to the
nlted 8tates 3-1. Had Mexico
won. the Cubans and Mexicans
would have played off the tie.
Cuba finished the round'robin
series with six victories and one
defeat. The United States and
Mexico ended deadlocked for sec-
ond place with five victories and
two defeats each.
The unofficial overall stand-
ings including all events up to
yesterday gave Argentina 1.080
points. United States 725. Mexico
298, Chile 270. Brazil 266, Cuba
245. Peru 108, Guatemala 34. Tri-
nidad 31, Ecuador 27. Venezuela
23. Colombia 18. Jamaica 12, PA-
NAMA ii. Haiti 7, Paraguay 5
and El Salvador 2.
There were three more days of
competition in the various events.
In men's track and field event*
the final standings were United
States 250, Argentina 192. Chile
75, Brazil and Cuba 33. Peru 23.
Guatemala 19. Colombia 15, Ja-
maica 12, Mexico 9. Trinidad 8,
Paraguay 3 and Ecuador 1.
In women's track and field di-
vision the final standings were
United States 75. closelv followed
by Chile with 73, Argentina 56.
Brazil 24. Mexico 14. Ecuador and
Peru 10, Panam 3. Colombia 2
track and field division, the Unit-
Of 24 titles decided in men's
ed States claimed 14 gold me-,
dais. Three North Americans
were double winnersJim Fuchs
In discus and shotput. Mai Whit-
field In 400 and 800 meter final
and Curt Stone in 10,CO0 meter
run and 3,000 meters.
In the climax events yester-
day, the United States won the
men's 400 meter and 1.600 meter
relay races in 41 seconds flat and
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tion Depot. US8 Recovery. Third I three minutes 9 9 seconds respec-
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dio. Farfan Radio. Naval Station
In the men's 400 meter relay
race, Cuba was second and Ar-
gentina third, Chile fourth, Co-
lombia fifth and In the 1,600 me-
ter relay Chile was second, Ar-
gentina third, Cuba fpurth, Me-
xico fifth, Paraguay sixth.
In the women's 400 meter re-
lay Chile was second. Argentina
third, Brazil fourth and Ecuador
fifth.
In the fourt U.S.A. track vic-
tory of the day, Henry Laskau
took the 10,000 meter walk in 50
minutes 28.8 seconds. Luis Turza
of Argentina was second. Martin
Cajas of Argentina third. Aldo
Mosti Ramirez de la Torre of Ar-
gentina fourth.
In other highlights: Tennis
men's doubles (finals) Enrl-
Sue Morea and Alejo Russell of
rgentina defeated Carlos Vinue-
za and Luis Ayala of Chile 6-4,
7-5, 6-4.
Baseball Venezuela 7, Colom-
bia 2. United States 9, Mexico 3.
Ft. Amador Leads
PWGA Inlerclub
Tourney Matches
The Fort Amador women took
the lead In the first round of the
P.W.G.A. Inter-Club team match-
e* last Saturday. Playing on the
Panam course, Amador finished
with 7> points to Summit's K%.
At the same time the Brazo
Brook team was battling the Pa-
nam team on the Fort Davis
course. This match resulted in a
tie. Six points for Brazos and six
for Panam.
The results were;
FORT Amador
V. Ossenfort 3 pts.
E. Kenna 2
M. Hammond 0 "
G. Dehlinger 2', pts
SUM-MIT
P. Trim 0 pts.
L. Reynolds 3
E. Judin 1 "
G." Smedley ft
BRAZOS Brook
G. Bailev l pts.
G-_A. Mau 2
E. Grant 2 "
H. Carnwrlght 1
American Legion Jr.
League Playoffs Set
For Late In August
ATLANTA, March 7 (UP)
American Legion Junior Baseball
officials from all over the South-
east have set the last 10 days In
August for the 1951 Region Four
and Sectional playoffs.
The dates jvere announced In
Atlanta where the officials were
meeting. The decision came after
the representatives e x p r e ssed
compite satisfaction In the pro-
gram, and predicted the biggest
season In its quarter-century hisr
tory.
The national administrator of
the sandlot program Dale Miller
disclosed that the Regional
6layoffs will be held if! Hickorv,
orth Carolina, from August 20th
through 23th. Miller also reports
that the Section play will be In
Sumter, South Carolina, from
Auaust 27th through 29th.
The representatives also held a
discussion of the eligibility re-
quirements, rules changes, and
avenues of assitance from other
organizations at the post level.
Miller and his assistant. Bill
Jarvls. singled out the legion's
baseball for Its contribution to
the development of american
youth.
Admission Free; Donations
To Be Accepted From Fans
The Balboa .Stadium will bt the scene of a Benefit
Red Cross baseball game tonight between the Cristobal
Mottas and an All-Star aggregate chosen from the United
States Army Caribbean League. The game will start at
7:30 p.m.
No admission will be charged for this game. However,
to swell the coffers of the local Red Cross, donations will
be sought from those attending the game.
The managers of the seven service teams met re-
cently to select .members of the team to play against the
Canal Zone League Champions. At this time it was also
decided that another Red Cross Benefit Game will be
played at a later date which will find the Albrook Flyers
playing a return game with the Arm} All-Stars.
The rosters for the two teams have been announced
as follows:
CRISTOBAL ALL-STARS
Koshorek, ss Alfaro, Fort Kobbe, 2b
Otey, 2b Houseknecht, Albrook Field, ss
Kubski, lb Scalafani, Albrook Field, cf
Moryn, cf Thomas, Fort Amador, rt
Dabek, c Sands, Fort Gulick, c
LeBrun, If Madeline, Corozal, 3b
Clauzel, rf Chatham, Albrook Field, lb
Colthirst, 3b Grandisio, West Bank, If
Navy Chief Red Boucher, manager of the Albrook
Flyers, has been chosen as manager of the Service All-
Star team. He stated last night that he will use three
pitchers throughout the game. Rochinski of Corozal will
probably start, to be followed by Cotton of Albrook and
Cruz of Fort Kobbe.
Humberto Robinson or Dave Thomas will do the hurl-
ing for the Cristobal squad. ______ __
Atlantic Little League
Team Rosters Announced
Pan-American Games
Fotos On Display Here
Through the courtesy of Pan-
agra Airlines, from this afternoon
pictures of the various sports
events being held in the Pan-
American (ames at Buenos Aires
will be on display in the show
windows of the Fuerxa y Lu Co.
The following players were se-
lected to play on the four teams
comprising the Atlantic Little
League at the auction held on
Tuesday evening, March 6. at the
Margarita clubhouse. The players
are directed to report to their
managers at.the Margarita gym-
nasium on Thursday evening,
March 8, at 7 o'clock..
Police Pals (Manager Jack
Sutherland) John Burgess,
Freeman Burgess, Robert Hamil-
ton. James Longo, Luke Polumbo,
James Polumbo, Charles Leves,
Mike Brians, Barry Davidson, D-
maso Garcia, Izzy Gross, Ed. Pa-
bon, Lamorine Welrlein. Lester
Bailey, Roger Sanders, Don Hum-
phrey, Billy Krleger, Larry Ho-
ward, Joseph Smith. Phillip Ha-
daritis, Ed. Stelbirtz. Edward Do-
lan, William Dolan.
Powells (Comanager George
Waldron and Bill Williford)
Louis Taber, Bob Williford, Ter-
ry Williford, Dick Grassau.
George Kirkland. Billy Rankln,
Charles French. Worden French,
Billy Hitchcock. Tommy McCul-
lough, Ray Kulig, Max Sanders,
George Waldron, Curtis Meeks,
Larry Elwell. Eric Daniels. John
Burnett, Randall Deakins, Frank
Alberga, Edward Felse, David
Eberenz, James Alequas.
Little Mottas (Comanagert
Harry Doekery and Carl Simons)
Sam Newhard, Wayne Bath,
Richard Bath, Wendell Sasso,
Huberto Smith. Wayne Wall,
Owen Sutherland, Terrv Sears,
Joe White. Mike Cunningham,
Charlie Chase, Jose Miranda. Ro-
bin Morland, Frank Corrigan,
Dennis Corrigan, Jimmy Brooks,
George Merciei. Robert Lowe,
Johnny Marshall, and Eddie Mar-
shall.
Margarita All-Stars (Manager
Cy Field) George Wetzel. Ray
Croft, Fernando Gulot, Ray Guiot,
Joe Hannlgan ,T. J. Herman,
Roy Perkins, Ed. Cunningham,
John Cunningham, Ross Tobin,
Joe Gibson, Jarrv Didier, Melvln
Field, Don Heidbrook, Robert
Ogden, Harry Blank. Jose Melen-
dez, Chet Crawford. Jim McGloin,
Bill Will, Jim Will, and Jame
Murray.
Along The Fairways
FORT AMADOR WOMEN'S
HANDICAP TOURNAMENT1
The annual Ft. Amador Wo-
men's Handicap Tournament will
get underway tomorrow, March
8. All members are urged to par-
ticipate. This-Is the tournament
where anyone has a chance even
your brand of golf Is not like the
Pros. Strokes will be given to take
care of the difference In handi-
caps.
The Board of Governors of the
Club has generously provided the
money for the many prizes. There
will be consolation flights for the
first round lasers. Also, Immedi-
ately following the qualifying
round tomorrow, there will be an
"Approaching and Putting" con-
test held on Hole No. 9 and s>
"Hole-in-One" contest on No. 3.
It Is hoped there will be a 100
per cent turont for this tourna-
ment.
The winners In last week's #
vent were:
FIRST 18 HOLE FLIGHT
Vie Ossenfort
Jackie Horn
Emily Meador
SECOND 18 HOLE FLIGHT
Lucia Young
Fardie Armstrong
Bobble Grebe
NINE HOLE FLIGHT
LU Davidson.
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tlvely to set new South Amertoan
records .
Uni'ed 8tates' women UkewUe
at Rodman, and the Naval Sta-1 won their 400 meter relay In 48 8
I tion at Coco Solo. | seconds.
PANAMA
L. Jones 2 pts.
8. Carpenter 1
M. Snyder 1
E. Jones 2 "
Next week the Fort Amador
team will play Brazos Brook at
the Summit course, and Panam
will meet the 8ummit team on
the Fort Amado*- course.
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SUPPER PARTY IN PANAMA HONORS
DR. PETERSON AND DR. PENNA
Dr. E. N. Peterson of WashlngUn. D. C., and Dr. Carles
Victor Penn. of Bueno. Aire., Tiritera Pwum. wm tb*
guests of honor at buffet .upper glTen M*** evening hy
Mi Luisita Acuitara at her residence In rename.
Dr Peterson b Director of the Department, of Libraries
of E. S C O.. and or Penna Is a distinguished prefe.
or and librarian of Argentina, ______
College Club Presenting Program
on International Cooperation
The World Problems Stuoy
Group o the Canal Zone College
Club U presenting a program on
'International Cooperation By
Way of Education" for all mem-
bers of the club, their husbands
and other guests next Tuesday at
8 p.m. In the auditorium of the
Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Forces Service Center on La Bo-
ca Road, Balboa.
The men in charge of tne
"Point Four" program In Pana-
ma will give talks on the work
which Is now being done here.
The speaker will be: Dr. Ernest
C. Jeppsen. Chief of Field Par-
ties of the Education Division,
Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs; Max Arosemena, former
Minister of Education of Panama
and now consultant for the Coop-
eraitve Education Program in
Panama; Dr. John E. Grlnnell,
who la in charge of the Rural ed-
ucation Program in Panama; and
Mr A. S. Boynton, who directs
the Vocational Education Pro-
gram.
All members of the College Club
are urged to Invite interested
friends to hear this program
which has been arranged through
the courtesy of the United States
Embassy in Panama.
Banquet Tonight
At the Union Club
The Panamanian Society oi
Engineers and Architects U sav-
ing a banquet tonight at the Un-
ion Club In honor of the new
Ministers of Public Work and of
Finance and the Treasury, the
Messrs Celso Carbonell and Ro-
dolfo F. Herbruger.
Visitors Honored
at Dinner Party
Commander and Mrs. Walter
J. Stencil gave a dinner last
evening at their quarters or.
Quarry Heights for Captain and
Mrs Thomas K. Wright and Mrs.
Wright's brother. John H. Hol-
comb. Jr., and for Commander
and Mrs. Edward J. Foote and
Mrs Foote's brother and sister-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L.
Read. Jr. Also attending the din-
ner were Mrs. James N. Klmball
and'Lt. Commander and Mrr.
James R. Swanbeck.
Leaving
For the United States
John H. Holcomb, Jr. of Bir-
mingham. Alabama, who has
spent the last ten days with his
brother-lnrlaw and sister, Capt.
ThomasK. Wright. U.S.N., and
Mrs. Wright at Quarry Heights,
is leaving Friday by airplane for
his home.
After a week's visit with Com-
mander and Mrs. Edward J.
Foote at Quarry Heights, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin L. Read are leaving
this week-end for their home In
Barrington. Illinois. Mrs. Foote
and Mr. Read are sister and bro-
ther.
Visitors Here Today
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed of
New York,, who are maklns a
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cruise on the 88 Mauritania wffl
visit friends on the Pacific Side
of the Isthmus today during the
stay of the ship at Cristobal.
Departure
Mrs. E. M. Foriyth of Lin-
coln, Nebraska, left today for the
United SUtes after a short stay
at Hotel El Panama. She visited
here on her return faom an ex-
tended tour of South America.
Te Entetraln
at Dinner
The Rev. and Mrs. Mainert Pe-
terson of Colon will be the din-
ner guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Will-
iam Baldwin at Cocoli tomorrow
evening before the Lenten serv-
ice at 8t. Andrew's Church at
which Father Peterson will
preach.
Mr. Lowrie Returning
To the United States
After a visit of several months
with his son and daughter-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lowne
In Bella Vista, Mr. Walter Low-
rie plans to leave during the com-
ing week-end for Havana and
Miami.
Mr. and Mr*. Cox
Leave for New Hampshire
Professor and Mrs. Sidney Cos
of Durham, New Hampshire, left
yesterday for their home after a
visit in Panama with their son-
in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Joaqun J. vallarlno, E.
Public Invited
to Little Gallery
The Canal Zone Branch, Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women cordially Invites the pub-
lic to visit its Little Gallery in
the Card Room of the Hotel Ti-
voli, where the work of its mem-
bers Is displayed and is for sale.
Members of the organization who
are acting as hostesses from 9:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. this week are:
Nancy Darlington, today; to-
morrow, Elva Falrchlld; Friday,
Jean Simpson and Saturday, Co-
rlnne Feepey.
St. Andrew'. Auxiliary
to Meet Tonight
The Women's Auxiliary of St.
Andrew's Church. Cocoli, will
meet tonight at 7:30 at the home
of Mrs. R. E. Olson, quarters
218, Naval Station, Rodman.
Pie Social la Balboa
Thursday Evening
The public is invited to a Pie
Social on the lawn of the Union
Church In Balboa Thursday from
5:30 to 7:30. Pie will cost 15 cents
a cut and coffee 5 cents. The so-
cial is sponsored by the Wom-
en's Auxiliary and Mrs. E. A. Le-
vy Is chairman of the committee
in charge.
Bleck Rosary Group
Meets Tonight
The Ancon Block Rosary Group
will meet tonight at 7:30 at the
G. J. Herring residence.
Bridge Winners
The winnera of the duplicate
contract bridge games played
Monday evening at Diablo Club-
Purge Of Czech
Diplomatic Service
Believed Under Way
PRAGUE. Mar. 7 (UP)West-
ern observers here said they be-
lieved a purge of Czechoslova-
kia's foreign diplomatic service
may be under way In the wake
of the arrest of ex-forelgn min-
ister Vladimir dementis.
They said the Czech ambas-
sador to India Bohumll Kratoch-
vil who abandoned his post on
Thursday and asked Britain for
asylum was "the lucky one he
didn't come home before it start-
ed."
They pointed out that at least
three of Czechoslovakia's top di-
plomatic representatives were
called to Prague for "consulta-
tions" recently.
house were: 1st, Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Kennedy; 2nd, Dr. and
Mrs. Norman Elton; 3rd, Mrs.
Helen Kelly and Sgt. Whltehead;
4th. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Robin-
son; 5th, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Norrls; 6th, Colonel and Mrs. J.
K. Daly.
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Fred Harding Dies;
Funeral Arrangement
Not Completed Yet
Fred Harding of Gamboa died
11:30 a.m. Sunday at the 8anto
fomas Hospital following a brief
illness.
Harding was a native of Bar-
bados. He came to the Isthmus
many years ago andworked with
the Dredging Division from the
time of his arrival until his re-
tirement.
Funeral arrangements have not
yet been completed.
Magnolia Square Dance
Club Meets Tonight
The Magnolia Sporting and
Square Dance Club is holding its
regular meeting In the Pacific
Clubhouse tonight at 8.
Tomorrow at eight p.m. Is prac-
tice time at the La Boca Teen-
agers Club on La Boca Road.
CIO Conference
With Newcomer
Is Postponed
John Yancey, Assistant-Chair-
man GCEOC-CIO, has announc-
ed that the conference with Gov-
ernor Francis K. Newcomer, oii-
Slnally scheduled for today at
alboa Heights, has been defer-
red until a later date. Yancey
said that the deferrment was
made necessary due to a change
in the Governor's schedule.
The conference to consider
Local 900's proposals for increas-
ing the levels of Local Rate em-
ployes, developed as a result of a
meeting held In Washington last
month between the Governor and
MMton Murray, Secretary-Treas-
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AVILI 3, Maximo, 28. of New
WASHINGTON. Mar. 7 The United States Air Force I i-
nounced today that it will con- i Yri<"ciiy! to GONZALEZ, Cora-
tract for the production in trm',;a Rl08 22 of Panama,
country of an undisclosed num-
ber of British Camberra Jet lgr it
ber of British Camberra Jet light
bombers.
Present plans call for G'enn L.
Martin of Baltimore to build a
Night Intruder version of the
twin jet high spee.i aircraft un-
der license from the English Elec-
tric Company.
Martin la also continuing to
develop his own light jet bomber
X-51.
Births
GOBURN. Mr. and Mrs. Erie,
of Cohan, son. March 4, Colar
Hospital.
PADMORE. Mr and Mrs. R.N.,
of Panama, son, March 5, Gofya.
Hospital
I. JEMMOTT. Mr. andMrs.T.R .
f La Boca, daughter. March 5,
'Gorgas Hospital.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1M1
The More You Tell,,..The Quicker You Sell!
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LEWIS SERVICE
NO. 4 I'Uuli Air
Phont Z-2M1
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parqu d* Lawrpa
Panana
MORRISONS
No. 4 Fourth of Julj Avt
Phone 2-1441
BOTICA CARLTON
1* Hit Maleada Ava.
Phono 1S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. M Woil lk Strait
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No..SI -H" trod Panam
No. 1X17* Central Avt. Cuiaa)
Husband Wife Spy Team
Goes On Trial for Life in N Y
Lefj
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet con-
vertible, with radio, can be finance,
-.price $1,500. tor your information
w Frank Alemn, Smoot y Pore-
" dps, or coll Tel. 2-0600.
FOR1 SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-cor
.sedan, only 4,000 miles Styline
Oe Lux, whit side wall tires.
;fpll Cristobol 3-1396 after 6 p.
m _____________
"FOn"-SALE:1950 Buick model 52.
Cyraflow. radio, W.S.W. tires.
seat covers. Hous 5338. Apt. B,
Diablo.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High glon oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
falln. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR-SALE OR TRADE1942 Olds-
mobile Sedonette,' new tires, radio,
nej good running car, will trad
for Jeep. Call at Comisariato Sitton
15 East and Colon St. Tel. 2-
1938. Panama. -
FOR-SALE:'48 Oldsmobile 76. ex-
cellent condition, new tires, radio,
heater, undercoated, non Hydra-
matic. Best offer phone Albrook
4240.
Panmusica has a new crop of! HIT:
"Tennessee Waltz," by Anita O'Day.
"If." by Jan Garden, ond also by Dean
Martin; "Be My Love." By Ray
Anthony; "Oh Bobe," by Kay
Starr; "To Think You'v Choosen
Me," by Henry Jerome; "Lovesick
Blues," by Kay Starr; "My Heart
Cries For You," by Al Morgan and
also some more original. "Third
Man Theme," played on th* Zi-
ther. Central Avenue No. 127.
neor "J" street. Op*n until 10:00
p. m. everyday.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Eosy washing machine,
dish wosher, electric motor for
sewing machine, porch glider, 2
twin beds, Quartermaster Dressing
Table. Phone 5-272, house 127-
A, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Owner leaving, 200
Leghorn laying hens, 155 eggs
daily. Carretera Villolobo. house 7.
Pedregal.
FOR-SALE:Must sell, urgent trip,
1950 Buick. Perfect condition,
duty not paid. Telephone 3-0710,
Pono mi.
THI 1EST USID CARS AVAILABLE
frlARS OF ICONOMICAL SERVICE
PONTIAC
1946 PONTIAC Streamliner
4 Dr. Sedan. Black, good
tire*..........$900.00
.1947 PONTIAC Streamliner
Sedan Coupe, Grey,
radie.........$1,100.00
1*47 PONTIAC Streamliner
4 Dr. Sedan. Black. Seat
cavan........$1.100.00
|947 PONTIAC Streamliner
cavan, very good tirai
4-Dr. Sedan. Gray, Seat
$1.175.00
1*41 PONTIAC Torpedo 4 Dr.
Sedan. Lt. Green. W/S
tirea. Radia.....$1.325.00
1941 PONTIAC Streamliner
4 Dr. Sedan. Blue, with
Hydramatlc.....$1.400.00
1949 PONTIAC Streamliner
Sadan Coupe, Graen, ex-
cellent tirea .... $1,575.00
1949 PONTIAC Chieftain
2 Dr. Sedan, Gray. Hy-
dramatic. Radio, Heater,
nd W/Side tires $1.650.00
See These Can Before You Buy
C I V A, S. A .
Your Pontiac Cadillac Dealer
Tel. 2-0170 Panama
FOR SALE:Battery Charger, Cham-
pion, Spark Plug Tester, Benches,
office desk, cabinets, stond for
stocking parts, outo parts, moter-
iols, etc. Fronk's Motor Service,
behind Industrios Unidas, Trons-
Isthmion Highway, after 6:00 p.
FOR SALEMahogany bedroom suit,
washing machine, Westinghouse
refrigerator, floor lamp. Rugs, wa-
gon Scooter. House 9-B. New
Cristobal 6th. St. Pohne 3-2333.
FOR SALE: Extension oak dining
toble, $15. 6 mahogany chairs. $5
each. Lorge Chino closet $15.
House 043 5"-A, Thursday between
10 a. m. 4 p. m.
RESORTS
GRAMUCHS Sonto Clero beach,
cottages, furnished, electric. re-
f'igeration. moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
Williom Sonto Cloro Beach Cottage*.
wo bedroom*, electr.c refrigero-
rlon Rockoo ronget Phone" Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except Week-end*.
WdlUp*. Beach cortse*. Sonta Claro
Bo number 435. Balboa. Phone
PoMo-no 3-1877 m Cristobol 3-
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE:Frigidaire refrigerator 6
cu. ft. 60 cycle, $60.00. Apt. 4
above Smoot-Hunnicutt goroge,
16th. St. Colon. Between 4-6 p.
m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
Hove Your Piono Repaired Re-
gulated Restrung or Tuned by
Sidney E. Hyemi, Box 3493, An-
cn, c. z.
FOR SALE:Brown filly, 11 months
old. May be seen at Curundu Riding
Club or coll 2-1639.
FOR SALE: Underwood De Luxe
Portable, with portable stond.
Excellent. $40.00. Phone Bfclboa
2-3173.
FISHERMAN. New fishing Reels soon
unavailable, complete repairs of
Reels and Rods. Abernatly Sales
and Service. 14th Tivoli Ave.
Apt. 13, Panama. Phone 2-3535.
MISCELLANEOUS
Branch of Lola's Beauty Shoe. Air
conditioned. Now open 9.00 a. m.
to 5:30 p. m. in Hotel El Panam.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Slote color. 3 month old
Pup. plostii color, no value to
anyone except owner. Reward.
Hous* 5095, Dioblo Hgts. Tel.
Balboa 2644.
FOR SALE1939 Dodge Club Coupe
* $100. For information call D.
Page, Forfon Radio Station. Phone
Navy 3720.
sFOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac "8"
Chieftain 4-door sedan with Hy-
dramotic, radio and heater, excel-
lent condition. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
:.328 or 88-374.
FOR. SALE:1948 Plymouth 4 door
"secfon. Speciol De Luxe upholstery,
paint and body perfect condition.
Tel. Balboo 2984.
FOR SALE:.1937 Cadillac coupe,
good condition. New rubber and
battery. $250.00. House 127-B,
Go tun.
Albrook Search
Wane Checks
Schooner Reports
JCC-47 plane from Albrook Air
Fosee Base took of! at 7 a.m. lo-
dajT'to continue the search for
the missing 44-foot American
schooner Monsoon. The plane
was piloted by Capt. John F. Mil-
ler, with Capt. Tommy F. But-
ler as co-pilot.
The plane headed for Oolio
Dulce on the Pacific Coast, where
United Fruit sources had reported
that a schooner fitting the Mo.i-
soo's description liad put Into
port.
If this schooner is not the Mon-
soon, the plane will continue 'o
Punte Arenas. Costa Rica, for
further Identification of two
white schooners which were
sighted there yesterday after-
noon.
Eva Will Run
For Veep Along
With Hubby Peron
BUENOS AIRES. Argentina,
March 7, (UPt Eva Duarte de
Peron was put up for vice-presi-
dent today to run on a ticket with
her husband in the 1952 election.
The Peronista Party of Entre
Ros Province, headed by Oov.
Ramon Albarlnos. announced its
decision to support the man-ancl-
^^k team nexi vear at a ma.s;
L^BjBK of 16.000 Peronistas in
Parana, the provincial capital
New 1st Aid Class
For Atlantic Side
Will Meet Monday
The initial meeting of the new
first-aid classes in the U.S. rate
communities on the Atlantic
side, originally scheduled for
Monday night of this week, will
be held next Monday night. M.
E. Walker. Civil Defense Advisor,
announced today.
The meetings were cancelled
last Monday night when most of
those who had enrolled In the
various classes attended the in-
come-tax forum held in the Cris-
tobal high school
The room selected for classes
In the Cristobal Area is Room 125.
Cristobal high school.
4-Year-Old Escapes
Injury When Car
Rods On Lion Hill
A four-year-old girl escaped
with only minor bruises yester-
day when she released the
handbrake of a parked car,
setting it rolling down Aneon's
steep Lion Hill Road and into
an embankment behind the
Governor's house.
The car, owned by Major
Stephen D. Young of Fort Clay-
ton, rolled over onto its* side
when it went up, the bank at
a 45 degree angle and rescuers
had to work from above to ex-
tricate the little girl.
The right side o the car was
damaged considerably bat the
child, who had been left alone
In the car, was only slightly
hurt.
FOR SALE:. Beach house "Maria
Chiquita" with land in growing,
community. Good bathing. Neor
Tourist Road to Porto Bello. $650.
00. Appointment 10.086, I lth.
St. and Roosevelt, Colon.
FOR SALE:Beautiful chalet, re-
cently painted. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, garage, 2 porches;
beautiful garden. Almost 1,000
meters of land. Vio Belsono Porros
No. 81. For information inquire
No. 115 Central Avenue. Panama.
FOR RENT:Furnished chalet with
oil cities conveniences in Nuevo
Arraijon. For information call Cu-
rundu 5249. after 4 p. m.
We wish to extend onr thank*
to the Weather Bureau for
their 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
may let the dry season begin.
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet. Livingroom,' dinmgroom. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, terrace,
garage, servant's room, garden,
large potio. 6th Avenue, Golf Hgts.
Phone 3-2541.
FOR RENT:Furnished chalet, Refri-
gerator, gos stove, two bedroom,
living-dining room, porches. Two
sanitary services. Via Espaa No.
2021, $125.00 monthly. Informa-
tion Tel 2-3056, 3-0749.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Apartment for renf,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
LESSONS
Ballroom dancing classes. Cristobal
YMCA Fridoy Moroh 9th. Teen
ogers, 3:30 to 4:30 p. m. Cvoupe,
7:00 to 8:00 p. m. Enroll at Desk.
Harnett & Dunn.
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entronce. No. 4 Firs* St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Coll 2-2374.
Help Wanted
WANTID: Competent cook, with
references. Mast sleep in. Gooal
talary. Tal. 3-0255. Ne. 21, 9th.
tree, San Franeieee.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, In newly constructed
building, for further detoils coll
Mender & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
Young girl, correct English speaking
for general housework ond core of
child. Bfclisaio PofeVs | g Ap,
Position Offered
WANTEDExperienced accountant
'or work in steamship ogency. Must
nave shipping experience. Refer-
ences required. Address Box 297
Balboa. C. Z.
Collazo Case May
Go To Jury Today
WASHINGTON. Mar. T (UP) _
The case against Oscar "Collazo,
I' p"ert0 R'can Nationalist,
charged with murder during an
attempt to assassinate President
Harry S. Truman. Nov. 1, may
go to the jury today.
Death In the electric chair Is
mandatory if Collazo Is found
guilty of slaying White House
guard Leslie Coffelt. Collazos
accomplice Grlselio Torresola
fired the fatal shot before he
himself was shot dead, but ac-
cording to law Collazo may be
found guilty as an accomplice.
Collazo stuck to his story dur-
ing three hours on the witness
stand that he and Torresola in-
tended only to stage a demon-
stration to attract attention to
the Nationalist Party's demand
for Puerto Rlcan independence.
He insisted he never Intended
to kill Truman or anyone else.
Judge Alan Goldsborough said
he would direct the Jurv to
bring in a first degree verdict
if lt believes the Government's
charge that Collazo intended to
assassinate Mr. Truman and to
kill anyone who tried to stop
him.
FOR RENT:Modern complete fur-
nished apartment. Residential dis-
trict. Cubo Avenue ond 38th.
St. No. 9. Apt. 2, available March
21, for 2 months. Maid service if
desired.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
modern opartment, with telephone.
Availoble March 20th for two
months. Mjid services If desired.
38th St. No. 9, Apt. No. 2.
UINBR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espsfia, Near Joan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
SLIPCOVERS
Certeas-atade Cor HvlaeYeeoi
Ml. C'.urhaa CathUiu
Let rnt figura yooi material
*ct4i. tin fMfaatas
ALBBRTo nears ras s-sin
I a.aj. I* 1 p.m.
FOR RENT:Comfortable 2 bedroom'
apartment. Livingroom, diningroom,
balcony, etc. $75.00. Inquire No.
23. 48th Street apartment I,
FOR RENT:Furnished opartment.
one bedroom, livingroom, kitchen
and bath all screened, Frigidaire.
The 10th of March, 47th Street.
Tel. 3-1648.
Alhombra apartments for rent. Mod-
ern furnished apartments. Con-
tact office No. 8061, 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Colon.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES 4c ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment!
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
NEW YORK, March 7. (UP)
A husband and wife team of al^
leged spies and an electronics en-
Elneer went on trial for f,heir
ves yesterday on charges ot
plotting to smuggle A-Bomb se-
crets to Russia In wartime.
The government made lt clear
from the outset of this first jury
trial of suspected atom spies that
it would seek the death penalty,
for Julius Rosenberg. 34, his wife'
Ethel. 36 and Martin Sobell, 33
Each prospective juror was asked
if he had conscientious scruples
regarding capital punishment.
Federal Judge Irving R. Kauf-
man also asked each prospective
juror an unusual question:
Would the fact that the United
States might be involved in a war
hinder you in returning a ialr
verdict?" ,
By mid-afternoon only two
women were tentatively In the
jury box.
The three defendants, accused
of belonging to the Dr. Klaus
Fuchs-Harry Gold atom spy ring,
sat side by side at defense coui-
sel's table while the Jury was
chosen. Rosenberg and hi wife
chatted In hushed tones while
Sobell stored glumly at the
Judges bench.
The nation's top atom scien-
tists will be called to testify dur-
ing the trial, which Is expected
to last about six weeks. These
will Include Dr. J. Robert Op-
penheimer, who was head of the
Los Alamos Atom Bomb Project,
Lt. Gen. Leslie R. Groves, for-
mer head of the Manhattan Pro-
ject and nuclear scientist Dr. Har-
old c. Urey.
Two confessed atom spies
Gold and Mrs. Rosenbergs
younger brother, David Green-
glass and former Soviet spy
courier Elisabeth Bentley also
will be among the government's
50 witnesses.
The three defendants alleged-
ly helped to pass on to Russia se-
cret Information Greenglass ob-
tained while he worked as an
Army sergeant at the Los Alamos
atom bomb project during the
war. The seventh link In the spy
ring, according to the govern-
ment, was Anatoli H. Yaklovlev,
former Russian vice-consul in
New York. Yaklovlev was Indict-
ed but will not stand trial because
he apparently has returned to
the Soviet Union.
The Rosenbergs and Sobell were
arrested last year after British
atomic scientist Dr. Klaus Fuchs
admitted he gave detailed de-
scriptions of Allied atomle re-
search to Russia during World
Warll.
The most dramatic moment of
the trial is expected to be when
Greenglass takes the stand to
give testimony that cbW send
I his sister to the electric chair.
GRADUATES Leon E. De-
deaux, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon E. Dedeaux of Pedro Ml -
guel graduated recently from
Colorado University at Boulder
with a B.S. In mechanical en-
gineering and business admin-
istration.
Young Dedeaux was a mem-
ber of Pi Tau Sigma, the na-
tional mechanical engineering
honorary society. He is now
employed with the General
Electric Company in Bloodfleld,
N.J.
FOR RENT:Apartment, slttingroom,
diningroom, 2 bedroom, kitchen
ond service. Completely indepen-
dent. Bella Vista, 43rd St. No. 64
Tel. 3-0458.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista, with modern
comforts. Refrigerator. No. 13,
43 rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Ame-
rican home, near Ancon. bus-stop,
to American woman. References
required. Telephone Ponomo 2-
3067.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parklnr
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
American Foreign
Ministers' Meeting
Is Ready To Go
WASHINGTON^ March
(USI8 Formal preparations
for the meeting of consultation
of American foreign ministers
here on March 26 are complete, I
following action by the Council
of the Organization of American
states.
The Council made a final de-
cision on the controversial pro-
posal for introducing new busi-
ness at the foreign ministers'
7 (Z Schoolgirls
Will Gel Honorary
ROTC Rank Tomorrow
The Canal Zone Junior ROTC
will honor seven girls of Balboa
and Cristobal High Schools In
two ceremonies to be held tomor-
row in Balboa and Mount Hope
Stadiums.
The review of the Cadet bac-
talion at Balboa will be held in
Balboa Stadium at 11:00 a.m.,
with Brigadier General Francis
A. March, acting Chief of Stalf,
United States Army Caribbean,
taklng the review.
General March will present
Miss Gayle MacDonald, elected
by the Balboa cadets as their
sponsor. with a certificate ap-
pointing her an Honorary Cadet
Captain in the Cadet Corps. The
General will also present the
elected company sponsors. Miss-
es Joan Sprague. celeste Powell,
and Arlene McKeown, with ap-
pointments as Honorary Cadet
First Lieutenants.
In a similar ceremony in. Mt.
Hope Stadium at 2:30 p.m., the
Commanding General, Atlantic
Sector. United States Army Ca-
ribbean, Colonel Jules Slack
will present Miss Patricia Ged-
des her appointment as Honorary
Cadet Captain in the Cristobal
ROTC Corps and Honorary First
Lieutenant appolntm e n t s to
Misses Sandra Hammond and
Helen Kissam.
DIRECTOR
SAFETY
(Continued from Page FOUR)
PA Photographer
Back After 12-Day
Trip to CMrkHif
Ralph K. Skinner and Mrs.
Skinner of Balboa Heights re-
turned last night from an exten-
sive 12-day motor tour of the In-
terior of Panama.
They were at the Hotel Pana-
monte In Boquete for three days
visiting coffee, potato and fruit
fincas; at the Hotel Nacional in
David for three days while visit-
ing near the capital of Chlriqul
Province and stayed with Menus
in the Volcan for two days.
In addition they went by train
to Puerto Armuelles where they
were busy for two days Inspect-
ing banana operations of the
Chlriqul Land Company. They
made a short trip to Costs Rica
from this point.
Driving over the road to David
from Panama City and return,
revealed much new territory to
the Skinners.
With two cameras, they record-
ed some of their Impressions of
Chlriqul which will appear later
in the Sunday American.
As a special service to readers
of the Panama American, those
planning to drive to David, Bo-
quete and El Volcan may secure
up-to-date information regard-
ing roads, hotels, etcetera, by
phoning Ralph Skinner at Bal-
boa 3748.
During his entire 12-day trip,
he reports, there was only one list
tire and no engine trouble.
ALLIES ATTACK
ON LONG FRONT
(Continued from Page 1)
China's undeclared war in Ko-
rea."
MacArthur reiterated that the
United Nations forces would not
cross the 38th parallel if there
were "cogent political reasons"
for not doing so. He was presum-
ably referring to British demandj
that no new crossing of the par-
allel be made without consulta-
tion among the United Nations
members represented in MacAr-
thur's forces.
MacArthur also called atten-
tion to the fact that he has had
no fresh directives from the Uni-
ted Nations on what he should do
about Communist China's ag-
gression In Korea.
His remarks were Interpreted
as an appeal t oUnlted Nations
members to authorise him to take
offensive action against Red Chi-
na itself certainly to make
bombing raids on the Chinese
homeland. .
Meanwhile American Infantry-
men on the western flank storm-
ed across the Han River and I
seized a bridgehead 15 miles cast i
of Seoul under cover of the heav-'
lest artillery barrage of the Ko-
rean war. They then pushed on
to the north.
United States. British. Cana-
dian, Greek ano 8outh Korean
units farther to the east gained
up to two and a half miles against
Red forces building up strength
for a new counter offensive of
their own In central Korea.
The front was aflame from the
eastern approaches to Seoul to
with the Army's Constructing
Quartermaster. He went to work
I for the Navy In January, 1944.
meeting only by unanimous He was a veteran of World War th.
vote. The Council had previous- I. In which he was an Infantry! ff mountains north and north-
ly voted in favor making a! Captain. He served In France l**\ ofHoengsong where United
simple two-thirds vote the only and was with the 53rd Pioneer
requirement for Introducing Infantry in the Argonne offen-
new matters, but reversed itsel) "ive-
in favor of a unanimity rule. .. VT
Mr. Nunnelley was very active
Queuille Tries
Again To Form
French Cabinet
PARIS, Mar. 7, (UP) Ex-pre-
mier Henri Queuille. 67, the Ra-
dical Socialist leader, was called
in for the second time today to
try to end France's weeklong
Government crisis.
He accepted the mandate when
President Vincent Aurlol sum-
moned him this morning fol-
lowing the failure last night of
! Socialist Party chief Guv Mullet
to win a National Assembly vole
of confirmation as Prime Minis-
ter.
THE LEFEVRE CORP.
Phone 2-3332
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payment S100.N
Monthly $15.04
O Lot With Paved Street From
SI 00 Sq. Meter.
O Jor Rent Heavy Equipment
For Ground Leveling
O > Rent Lots at Long Termi.
O I-oi Club al S.1.00 and 4 00
Weekly.
Cruise Tourists
-1,419 Strong
Pour Off 2 Ships
CRISTOBAL. Mar. 7 Tour-
ists 1.419 of them came a-
shore here today as the Maurela-
nia and the Nleuw Amsterdam
put into port for a day's stay.
The 36,667-ton Nieuw Amster-
dam brought 764 of the tourists;
the Mauretanla had aboard 635
cruise passengers. Mauretanla
grosses 35.677 tons.
Both ships were berthed about
7 a.m. The Mauretanla will sail
at 9 p.m. and the Nieuw Amster-
dam at 1 a.m. tomorrow. Large
shore parties from both vessel*
crossed the Isthmus by special
train for sightseeing and shop-
ping on the Pacific Side.
US Officiaf Say*7
Govt. Planning No
Action on La Prensa
WASHINGTON. March 7 (UP)
Acting Secretary of State
James Webb told a press confer-
ence today that the United
, States Government plans no act-
| ion about the shutdown In Bue-
nos Aires of the newspaper La
Prensa.
I Webb said this was not a pro-
. blem of the United States Gov-
| ernment.
I He added that the views of the
United Stales and its officials on
freedom of the press are well
known.
Summit Gardens
Store Transfers
Balboa Monday
The Canal Zone Experiment
Gardens sales store which has
been located in the former mess
hall at Diablo Heights, at the of-
fices of the Grounds Maintenance
Division, will be moved neat
Monday to a new location back
of the Balboa Stadium, at the
front of the bowling alley next to
the parking lot.
In the new location, the sales
store will be open from 9 to 5 o'-
clock on Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday. Purchases can be maue
next Monday only while the store
is being moved, after which sales
will be made only on the three
days of the week.
The store is being moved from
Diablo to provide a more conven-
ient location for the public.
a unanimity rule.
The vote was 12 to seven.
19-Year-Old Girl
Faces Cocoli
Burglary Charge
A charge of burglary was plac-
ed this morning in Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court against Thehna
Gladys Williams, 19. Panaman-
ian.
The charge rises from the theft
of $490 In cash from the Cocoli
residence of Mrs. Catherine B.
Smith last Monday morning. Ap-
proximately $450 of the missing
money is reported to have been
recovered.
The defendant is held under
$500 bail pending preliminary
hearing in the Balboa court next
Friday.
Nations voting for the unani-
mity rule were Argentina, Boli-
via. Brazil, Chile. Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, Honduras.
Mexico. Nicaragua. Paraguay.
Per and Venezuela. Opposed
were Colombia, Cuba. Ecuador,
El Salvador, Guatemala. Pana-
m and Uruguay. Several of
these countries had maintained
that the unanimous vote re-
quirement was "undemocratic"
and constituted a "veto power."
The representative of Haiti
was not present for the voting,
and the United States abstained,
reaffirming its view that either
rule of voting was satisfactory.
A three-point agenda for the
meeting has already been ap-
proved by the delegates of the
21 American republics. It high-
lights political, military and eco-
nomic cooperation along with
efforts to strengthen the inter-
national security of the Amrfl-
Cas.
In Isthmian safety activities. He
a Mason and a member of the
National Sojourners and the Am-
erican Legion.
He is survived by his wife. Mrs.
Josephine Nunnelley, an employe
of the Navy's District Public
Works office, a son. Brent, Jr.,
of Houston, Texas, a daughter.
Mrs. Laddie C. Jones, of St. Pe-
tersburg, Florida, and a sister,
Mrs. Izaac Smith of Campbells-
bury, Ky.
Funeral arrangements have not
yea been completed. At Mr. Nun-
nelley's written request, there are
to be no flowers. Mrs. Nunnelley
has asked that anyone who would
send flowers send a donation
Instead to the American Red
Cross.
States Marines were digging ous
deeply entrenched Chinese Reds
with bayonets and grenades.
The Communists struck bade
farther east and rolled South
Korean troops one to three miles
back through the East Korea
mountains.
Field officers speculated thai
this attack might be the first
blow in the expected Communist
counter offensive, but 8th Army
headquarters doubted this.
Clearing skies brought a full
scale resumption of the Allied
aerial offensive. Superfortresses
dumped 180 tons of bombs on the
east coast city of Yonghung and
on Pyongyang, the northern cap-
ital .
Night bombers concentrated on
Communist vehicles pouring
south with Red reinforcements
and supplies. They spotted near-
ly 700 of these vehicles.
Olsen Funeral Riles
Sel For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Mrs. Stella
Olsen. who died yesterday morn-
ing at Gorgas Hospital, will be
held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the Baptist Church at Balboa
Heights.
The body will lie In state at
the Gorgas Memorial Chapel,
from 3 to 4 D.m. Thursday.
Active pallbearers will be Nor-1
man Rocker. Robert Lombrola.;
Howard Anderson. J. D. Logsdon. i
W. B. Hall. Randall Ford. Silas
Woodruff and Captain J. M\
Davis.
Honorary pallbearers will be
E. L. Wood. Myron Herrlngton.
Major B. Bajorln. Bert Mead.
Brre Sanders, Sr., ahd Ben For-
syte.
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(Comment
By Victor Riesel
MEMOS TO THE EDITORS
The air generala paraded to the Senate witness stand
the other day and fain warned the nation It Is wide open
to attack by air...Gen. Toohey SpaaU, who resigned
(rather than accept responsibility for protecting Ameri-
can cities with onlv 41 groups), now says that 250 groups
are needed.. .Gen. Hoyt Vandenberg, the country's No.
1 airman, testified (in the Satevepost last week) that two
oat f three enemy planes ceuld get through if they
pressed their raids against V. S. cities. ..For reporting all
that (three vears or so ago) our editor in Minneapolis
(and editorial pages in the Mid-West) called me a sensa-
tion-seeking commentatoranxious to preserve my cir-
culation and radie rating.. When, in fact, all I waa anxi-
ous about was preferring the lives of these fools.. .Since
Minneapolis la now a frontier city on the world's air map.
Government figures prove the average American family Is
getting $500 more a year than In 1945...Even counting inflation,
it means a heavy advance In the standard of living...This Is a
knockout blow to isolationists who insisted the country would go
broke on the Marshall Plan.. .And an even worse blow to the Com-
munists, who predicted the Great American Depression for last
year, which broke all prosperity records...Tough luck, again, Mr.
Vlshlnsky.
The White House has adopted the unique defense (to
the charge of favoritism with RFC loans) that Senator*
"exert the same sort of pressure".. .To the man in the
street that makes them both guilty of helping their friends
with the taxpayer* 'hard-earned dollar...The Adminis-
tration never turns Its back on it* friends, and its friends'
never torn theirs on a 5% commission... The country is
not swept by a wave of indignation. It is listening to the
pot calling the kettle black, with the deep silence of final
disgust.
The happy headlines and the heady experts have been report-
ing the good news that International tension has eased and war Is
lurther away.. .The only trouble with that news, unfortunately, is
thai it is. not true.. .Not only are we at war in the Far East but we
came loTinl diplomatic crisis in the Middle East within the last
fortnight.. .Why do you thlrik Air Sec'y Flnletter was at Istanbul? i"W,"."'."L r*iy S- A"'
.. .Why do you think Ass't Sec'y of State Perkins flew to see Tito? "',.??:?.m i" h Vu,. ,":
...Why do vou think the chief of our Asia-African desk. George ui" th?re ~ fj*n *l thlrl* laf.
McGhee. called a conference of all our Middle East diplomats? oy In the showdown with the
I*. O. B. Detroit today can
mean Full of Old Bolsheviks. :
i Tough, trained, tricky veteran
' Communist operators, the best
the Party has. They arrlyed in |
the auto city the night of Mon-1
day, Feb. 26, after a swift trip
from their New York national
headquarters. They iniiltrated
Detroit to bralntrust the inva-
sion of Ford's huge River Rouge
plant.
These Red operatives at
River Rouge were assigned
by the Party's Trade Union
Section for two reasons.
Word has come that Ford,
now making militar)/ trucks
and parts o/ lightning jet
engines, soon will be award-
ed one of "the biggest war
orders yet out of Washing-
ton." To date, the data it
secret. But the comrades are
under specific orders to stoic
it up. Every minute counts
for the Soviets.
And the Communist Party,
with a still powerful under-
ground network operating in
the Detroit auto-machlne tool-
alrcraft engine sector, believes it
can capture the Ford union, the
famous Ford 800, largest local
in the world. This would give
the Party a powerful base oj
over 60,000 working men and, NEW YORK. A lot of people in this coun-
even at this very moment of try did not know much about MaJ. Gen. Bryani
war with Communist armies, Moore, who died In Korea last week after his
give the champion of those helicopter crashed. Gen. Moore did not flour-
enemy armies a strong Amerl- lsh bone-handled pistols or attract colorful pub-
can labor propaganda and ap- llcity. But he was a lot of general and when
A. c^ WSIWCTON
'MERRY-GO-R0MD
16 DIE IN AIRLINER, CRASH Fireman probe the wreckage of a Mid-Continent DC-3 air-
liner which crashed and burned while attempt inn to land at Sioux City, la., killing 1 of the
25 persons aboard. The plane was on a scheduled flight from Kansas City, Mo., to Minnea-
polis. The mishap, which occured during a snowstorm, was the first fatal accident on the
airline in more than 16 years of operation.
V
About a General
By BOB RUARK
paratus base.
Here's how it can happen:
There have been in-plant elec-
tions in that sprawling, Intri-
cate paragon of modern produc-
tion. These polls, for places in
the officialdom of Ford LocaJ
600 were held last month. Many
Important pro-Communists, in-
cluding those who were tried by
the union Itself on charges of
following the Party line, wo
.It Is because the crisis has deepened not eased.
The Intelligence services know exactly what Stalin
meantthough the Political Pollyannas missed Kby
listening to what he said. Stalin meant that war I* inevit-
ableif we continue to rearmand that he would bolt tbe
UN and form his own military axisunless we demobiliz-
ed... Stalin already has his answer; We will redouble our
efforts to remobilise...That means the final race for
Middle East allies has starteda race with six and a half
million fighting menand an oeean of oilas first prize
.. .That explains why we are parading our naval strength
north of Sues now; and in Poland, why Marshal Rokossov-
sky is putting 34 Red divisions through full war maneuvers.
Stalin, however, is wrong. War is not inevitable.. .He knows
the real terms of peace...And they are as simple as they are
honorable.. .The final allied terms are these (1): Disband all
Commiinlst parties all over the world. (2) Absolute an duniversai platform
international inspection of atomic energy.
Unless these terms are met by diplomacy, thev must be met
by war. ..The Pollyannas talked the nation Into a deep sleep In
11)46...if the editors (and the people) listen to them In 1051, they
will talk all of us into our graves.
American taxpayers can find out why this country is
disarmed and what happened to their money...On Pag*
345 of the National Geographic Magazine for March...
The magazine, one of the most conservative and non-
political publications in the world, publishes a picture of
a thousand abandoned to hold the Far East.
Bat IT. S. Bulldozer broke the backs of these plane* *o
they couldn't be used... According to the article, refriger-
ators, canned food and Jeeps were thrown Into the sea...
How about an Investigation of that?...If memory serves
correctly, a Senator from Missouri named Truman-
was supposed to be probing that sort of thing even dur-
ing World War II.
THU II YOU FORUM THI HiADIKS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Th. Moil Sos I* pon .rum 1st rta*tu of Tha P.n.ma Amanean
Soviet. Known Party-liners pol-
led thousands of votes in such
strategic spots as the foundry,
the axle section and the vital
motor building there.
Many of these successful So-
viet political satellites ran on
"p e a c e" programs, against
speedup work and In opposition
to transfer of plant divisions to
war production In other parts
of the country.
One of the gimmicks the Com-
mie comrades called for in this
massive poll, the size of many a
city election, was a demand for
20 per cent more leisure In the
plants. They simply ran on a
saying, let Ford slow
down the work by, 20 per cent.
This Would make more Jobs
and theh there wouldn't be the
need for war production. No
war' production, no war. Pe:e,
It's wonderful.
But, said the comrades,
the anti CommunUt Ford
union chief, Carl Stallalo,
wanted a speedup because
he wanted war. It was as
preposterous as that, but
it worked.
In many areas where the
Commies didn't win they ran
so close that there must be a
run-off election to be held from
Mar. 13 through Mar. 15 and
the old Bolsheviks irom New
York are In to plot the smearing
of the anti-Communists. They'll
especially concentrate on the
irritations which spring out of
speeded-up war production and
blame them on Stallato and
Walter Reuther, the union's In-
ternational president.
we lost him the other day I think we lost a fu-
tuie Army chief. ,-
Moore came from the superin tendency of West
Point a month ago to tatte over the Ninth Corps
1 Korea. He was a fine fighting general. He
had taught military science and tactics. He had
spent much time with Civilians and with other
biances of the service.
The general had fought In the first World
War. He fought on Guadalcanal, as commander
of the 16th infantry. He worked closely with
the Marines. He fought around Antwerp, and
he headed the 8th Division of the First Army
on the long mean road to Cologne. But what
I remember him for was the job he did in Ve-
nezla Giulia. on the Morgan Line which divided
Italy from the then very sMftlle Yugoslavs. That
88th Division was the tautest peacetime outfit 1
ever saw, and at a nervoos moment when a
wrong move had us right back Into war.
Gen. Moore was cunning the 88th when I was
having some troubles with the United States
Aimy. In the form of Lt. Gen, John C. H. Lee,
in the summer or 1947. The American Army in
Italy they called It MTOUSA was In such
sad, sad shape, functionally and from a stand-
point of morale, that Lee was eventually reliev-
ed of command.
Pretty sick at heart and very sore, I went
over to Trieste to see If everything was as bad
as what you saw around Rome and Leghorn,
Lie's headquarters. And what you saw was a
miracle. It gave vou back all your faith in your
own military leadership.
The Jugs were literally leaning on the Mor-
gan Line. There were incidents shootings,
kldnapings. political encltements.
Moore's Job. as chief of a separate occupation
force for that area was certainly as mean an
assignment as any commander ever received.
and he knew lt. One little piece of bad luck
ana to all intents he was through, 'i he .prestige
of the United States, and the possibility of Eu-
rope's fate was rignt in his lap, and he knew
lhat, too. And he met lt.
Moore's men were about the most prldeful
troop* I ever encountered. Where the Lee deal
In Leghorn waa sloppy, riddled with special
privilege, administered by over-heavy top bras*
with Pentagon callouses on their behinds; a
complete madhouse of Incompetence and lack-
ing entirely in morale, Moore's bunch was as
proud as a cadre of Marines with a Job to do.
He screened his officers even his Juniors
with a microscopic eye, because the operation
was not known as TRUST for cheap public re-
lations effect, His enlisted men snowed their
own pride In the Old Man in every action. They
were sharp. They lived sharp. They ate good
and they were housed good and they dressed
Immaculately and their VD rate was low and
they were soldiers and knew lt.
I hit the place cold, after a heartbreaking
few days at the Lee command, and could scarce-
ly believe what I saw, because it was so good,
li. contrast with Leghorn, which was so bad.
Moore wasn't there. There wasn't any cover-
up, because the series that ousted Lee hadn't
even started.
There weren't any loud beefs from the GI's.
They knew they had been, selected for special
effort, and were proud of lt. A OI with very
little of Importance to knock Is a rare thing,
when you consider that down in Leghorn Lee's
own officers were damming him with document-
ed evidence of misrule. I was proud of my
TRUST army, and double proud of General
Moore.
1 was pedal proud when the Army sent him
tc West Point to train the budding generals,
because here was ope guy who kne-v the an-
swers. And glad, again,-when he got the duty
m Korea, which Is what any honest pro craves
when the stuff hits the fan. I always felt aw-
ful close to Gen. Bryant Moore which 1*
strange, considering I never once met the man.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
MEANING OF A MISSION
But the thousands of Ford's
working people who see this
Umnm ** .,.to,.r on, .,. ,*-,.. i.....r t.,M.Bti.; rrkers'X rese'nt"spSps in
H'y .rib*. lit., *,' b. im.sti.nt H H bomb'. .,,..r th. the SovletiMd l"d th Com-
n.xt day. Latter, art .ublnh.a' In the eider received.
PI.... try to keep the letter, limited la ene papa length.
la'.ntity at latter writer, i. held in tttict.it confidence.
This Mew.peper a.iume. ne reiponarbility fer tatamente ar opinion!
exprexed in letter, frem reader*.
this land that will land me in
Jail, even though I still buy lot-
tery tickets, go to shows and buy
a few drinks in the meantime. I
spent enough money in the old
Metropole to pay lots of taxrs.
but I'm not going to be Jailed for
it.
The 1950 tax Is a law. and will
remain so until Congress gets a-
round to act on lt. That makes
it the Job of the Deputy Collec-
tors here to collect the tax. Just
the same as it is a policeman's
Job to enforce a law, not assist
In getting lt repealed. Incident-
ally. If Congress repeals the 1900
tax, I wonder what need there
will be for a tax office with a cou-
ple good jobs here, before next
year.
If I, or you. or any other Zone
Chief, Brave or Sqaw, pays tne
1950 tax before we have to on
June 15.1951, whether by borrow-
ing the money or cashing the lew
bonds we have salted away to en-
able us to educate our kids or
take care of our old age. we are
certainly Influencing the think-
ing of congress, and not to our
benefit. They aren't going lo
know how v.e raised the money.
The fact that lt has been paid, in
advance of the required date. Is
bona facie evidence that lt was
no hardship to pay it.
So don't swallow the article
mentioned above too readily. The
Deputy Collectors have a Job to
do (and maybe a Job to keep), but
we also have a Job to do and orne
mighty unfair tax money to at
as I can after I file my return on i tempt to keep. That Job Is to ob-
Jane 15, 1951, there 1* no law in tain the elimination of the retro-
MORE TAX TALK
Gamboa
The Panama-American,
Panama, R. de P.
Mall Box Editor:
The article on the front pane
of Saturday's Panama-American
In which the Deputy Collectors
urged all of us Zonlans going on
vacation to pay our 1950 taxes
before leaving 1* a beaner and
certainly urges all of us to take
a nice sharp razor and cut o.ir
own throats; because if we don't
cut them now we might misplace
the razor and not be able to do lt
later.
To begin with, who the devil
CAN go on vacation this year and
pay the 1950 retroactive tax0??
Another thing this article
states Is that an employe mip.ht
still be In the U.S.. when UM
reasonable period" expires. The
"reasonable period" In our cat*,
relative to the 1950 tax. Is June
15, 1951, and none other. What
employe on leave is going to be
so far In the bush that his friends
or relatives can't advise him by
cable, telegram, mall, pony ex-
press, wig-wag or smoke signals,
what action Congress takes, when
they finally get around to us,
probably in April or May.
If the action Is unfavorable he
can then mall In his return. That
Is. if he has lt. Debtors Gaols
were done away with In the 17th
or 18th century, maybe before,
and if I make a reasonable ef-
fort to pay my 1956 tax. as soon
mies love so much. In Hungary,
for example, the Soviet factory
trusts, working closely with the
MVD Industrial secret police,
have actually set up a stool-
plteon headquarters in Buda-
pest at 36 Nado-Utca Street. Of-
fice hours for Informants are
from 7:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Operating as the Koxerdekue
Koslemenysk Hivatala, it is run
by an ardent Red lady called
Mme. Gyula Alapl, chief of the
Office For Filing Information
In the Public Interest. So that
we get this all on record for
Ford anti-Communists, to use
in their fight to save their
union, It should be know that
this is part of the State Super-
visory Centers now being set up
everywhere behind the Iron Cur-
tain.
And. says Mme. Alapl, "It Is
the duty of every conscientious
worker of good will to bring to
cur notice all mistakes, short-
comings and observations which
WASHINGTON. The Just completed and
highly successful mission of Ambassador At -
Large John Foster Dulles In Japan and the Pa-
cific will have infinitely more far-reaching con-
sequences than first meet the eye. For example,
one result of the Dulles mission Is that General
of the Army Douglas MacArthur will almost cer-
tainly lay down his command in the next few
months and return to this country for the first
time In more than a decade. Another result is
that the whole balance of power In the Far East
will be gradually-but radically altered.
Mr. Dulles has returned to Washington with
a series of specific and vitally Important recom-
mendations, which are pretty sure to be accept-
ed In the first place, he Is convinced that the
time to act Is now In the next three or four
months. If a peace treaty and the restoration
of sovereignty to the Japanese government are
much longer delayed, the psychological moment
will have passed.
At present, the Japanese are not only Intense-
ly eager for a treaty, they are also eager ttf
have American troops stationed In Japan. This
is In large part thanks to Mr. Dulles himself,
who chose the course of persuading the Japan-
ese that the protection afforded by American
troops was In their own Interest, rather than
the course, favored'In the Pentagon, of bluntly
demanding the right to keep American bases.
But if the restoration of sovereignty is lnde-
ililtely delayed, this Japanese attitude is entire-
ly likely to change.
The peace treaty proposed by Mr. Dulles would
In effect restore Japanese sovereignty without
major restrictions. A bilateral agreement, sign-
ed at the same time, would spell out the right
to maintain American troops In Japan. As soon
as the treaty was ratified, the whole cumbrous
structure of the occupation would be dismantled,
Tokyo would cease to be an American city, and
combat troops only would be maintained in
agreed areas of Japan, out of the large cities.
Even before the ratification of the treaty.
Gen. MacArthur would almost certainly resign
his proconsulship. Oen. MacArthur Is not given
by temperament to enduring anti-climax gladly.
He has -repeatedly Intimated to visitors that
once a treaty is signed, and Japan becomes
again a sovereign nation, he will leave. The
mere fact of MacArthur's departure from his
commanding position In Japan will have a pro-
found and unpredictable effect on American Far
Eastern policy.
At any rate. Gen. MacArthur backs Mr. Dulles
fully on the necessity for moving quickly. Mr.
Dulles is so convinced of the need for rapid ac-
tion that he is reported to have recommended
active tax and the biggest contri-
bution we can make to that job
is to not pay the 1950 tax until
Congress gets around to act on It.
i With June 15.1951, as the dead-
line, of course.)
Before ending this drool. I
want to quote a very apt parallel
to the retroactive tax. that my
friend "Fishhook" told me about
the other day. He said that they
passed a law. on February !1,
making a certain street in Balboa r
a one-wav street, retroactively 2re violating the interests of the definitely so. according to a ra-
effective February 1. Penalty for'community..." dlo broadcast the Red boss lady
In less 8ovletlzed language made to all Hungary Feb. 20 at
that a treaty be signed whatever the course of
the Korean war; no matter how fiercely the
Kremlin objects: and even whether or not all
our Pacific alllis are willing to go along.
On the first point, lt will be necessary of
course to get a Japanese guaranty of all neces-
sary requirements for fighting the Korean war,
but there will be no dlflculty about this. On
the second point, as Mr. Dulles will doubtless
point out to Soviet Ambassador Malik, In Japan,
in contrast to Germany and Austria Russia has
nothing to lose anyway. It Is certainly improb-
able that Mr. Malik and his masters In tbe
Kremlin will agree, but this will not affect
American plan* for a treaty.
The third pointthe agreement of this coun-
try's Paciiic alliesis certainly the most trouble-
some. Tne British want guaranties against Jap-
anese competition, especially In shipping. The
Philippines want reparations. The Australians
an dthe New Zealanders want limitations on
Japanese rearmament. All these demands are
considered impractical.
In the American view, the way to prevent
J-pan becoming again a menace is to bring
the Japanese fully Into the non-Communist
club, as an equal member. Mr. Dulles views the
second step after the signing of the treaty as
I he establishment of a Pacific alliance, to con-
sist at a minimum of Japan, the United States,
the Philippines, Australia, and New Zealand.
Japan would be allowed a level of armaments
permitting her to contribute to the defense of
the Pacific area, without again threatening her
neighbors, and also permitting the American
commitment in Japan to be gradually reduced.
But the restoration of Japanese sovereignty, al-
ready much too long delayed, cannot await fur-
ther endless haggling.
As for the third step. It is believed that even-
tually, with a Japanese treaty signed, and a
Pacific alliance established, some sort of settle-
ment of the Korean war may be reached with
Communist China, perhaps on the basis of a
Chinese buffer state extending to the narrow |
neck of the Korean peninsula. The dangers are :
still, of course, very great. The Soviets may yet
intervene openly in Korea, or they may Infil-
trate armed Japanese communists into Japan
irom the' Kuriles, as a prelude to an armed
coup in the power vacuum which Japan now is.
Yet Mr. Dulles himself is reported to believe
that. If the dangers of the next few months can
be surmounted, an uneasy but long-lasting arm-
ed truce of sorts may vet be established in the
Far East.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
BY DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson soys: Turkey rushing defense air base net-
work; Spring may be Kremlin's X-Day; Near East seeth-
ing with reports Reds may bypass Turkish Army, take
Iran, Iraq.
ISTANBUL.This Is the city wh*re Europe and Asia meet.
From where 1 sit pecking away at this battered typewriters! can
look down at that most famous, most coveted of all waterway*
the Bosporus. Across lt scurry little ferry boats carrying th*
evening commuter traffic between Asia and Europe. Alongside it
are the ornate palaces of the King of Egypt, of Empress Eugenie,
wife of Louis Napoleon, and the still magnificent monuments to
themselves built by princes and potentates who have passed on.
In Bosporus also are anchored steamers of the world's far iTung
shipping lanes, Italian vessels that ply the Mediterranean, Ru-
manian ships that cannot reach the world except through thla
narrow strait, and ships that fly the hammer and sickle of So-
viet Russia.
Looking down at this most important waterway in the world
and shipping anchored on its bosom, you can understand why
Russia has fought 13 wars to control lt. For without this narrow
neck of water, reaching down from the Black Sea to the Medi-
terranean, Russian ships and the Russian Navy are bottled- up.
So also too is the shipping of such satellite states as Bulgaria,
Hungaria, Rumania and to some extent Czechoslovakia. You can
also understand why all American ambassadors of Near East
countries met In this city last week to consider rumors, wiilch
have filled European chancelleries, that this spring may be X-Day
and that Russia may choose 1951 to move before Oeneral Elsen-
hower can get started rearming Europe. If the Russians should
move there is Just one part of the, world economically as Import-
ant to the Kremlin as Germany's Iron and steel, namely the
Bosporus and Mideast oil that lies beyond.
DEFENSE AIRBASES WILL RING SOUTHERN RUSSIA
Almost every Pan American plane arriving here from .N*w
York recently has dumped more bulldozer and construction men
into Turkey. They have come to rush work on the biggest net-
work of air bases this part of the world has ever seen; air bases
that will form a ring around southern Russia. These air bases ar*
one answer to reports that the spring of 1951 may be Kremlin's
X-Day at Adana. In flat southern Turkey there Is being -built
one of the biggest B-36 bases east of Maine.
In other parts of Turkey, smaller fighter strips are being
readied. In Cyprus, just off the coast of Turkey, the United States
has one of Its most Important listening posts, all too well known
to Russians for they have already tried to sabotage lt. Across In
North Africa are other U.8. air bases all within striking distance
of the Russian's big Industrial cities, all ringed to backstop any
attack on this key spot where Europe and Asia meet.
NOTE: For more than a year bulldozers, brought to Turkey
by J. G. White Engineering Company, rusted in Istanbul harbor,
due to /Uernal wrangling between Turkish Customs Bureau and
Turkish Public Works Department as to whether the American
company doing business for the Turkish government should pay
customs duty to another branch of the same government. For
the past year however with red tape severed things really
hummed.
TURKEY'S ARMED A88ISTANCE ASSURED
Most important thing the American public has to consider
regarding sending further aid or troops to Europe Is whether
they will get real support from our sometimes half-hearted allies.
If Europe hasn't the will to fight, all the men and all the guns
we send will avail nothing. I have taken considerable pains to
get the answer to this question and when lt comes to Turkey an
answer Is unequivocal. Turkey has fought 13 wars with Russia
during the past 300 years, wars that lasted a total of 55 years.
In fact Turkey has spent one out of every six years fighting
Russia and she has never surrendered. You can write it down in
the book therefore that Turkey will be our staunchest ally In any
showdown with Russia.
The Turkish Army Is tough, well-trained, reasonably well-
equipped and while lt can't stand off th* entire Red Army, It
will make -!uod account of Itself. United States officers have been
working \ f h Turkish officers and they function as a team. In
brief tne so-called Truman Doctrine, which Harry Truman had
nerve to put across in early 1947. when a lot of people weren't
worried about Russia, is paying real dividends.
REDS SCHEME TO BOX TURKEY IN
This may be why underground intelligence reaching Near
Eastern chancelleries Is seething with reports that Moscow 1*
hutching a scheme to git Into Iran this spring, then continua
down through oil rich Ira*} to Arabia. This would bypass but box
Turkey In rather than tangle with the tough Turkish Army. Thlj
detour may be the strategy the Kremlin will follow.
Iran today is so meek lt could be taken in two weeks. How-
ever Moscow might not even need to use military force. Stalin
has been wooing Iran so successfully of late with trade conces-
sions, wedding presents and peaceful protestations that the Voice
o America is banned while the Voice of Moscow blares forth in
Iran unhindered. The latest Russian strategy Is to entice Iran-
ians to nationalize their oil fields, then retain Russian advjm
and thus by peaceful penetration, if possible, to take over th*
oil fields.
Oil is one commodity without which no army can Xlght, with-
out which naval vessels cannot move, without which airplane*
cannot get off the ground. Russia today is short of oil. When
and It she moves Into Iran, that should be the tlpoff of serious
things to come.
(Copyright. 1951, by th* Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
violation. $5.00. He says he used I
this street (in the wrong direc-
tion i nine times between Febm -
arv l*t and February 21st, wlien
the law was passed. So. he owes
$45.00 In fines and Is golnz In
*nd pav It a* soon as he can bor-
row the $45.00.
Swallowhard
this means that every worker G p. m., as the workers were
must spy on his fellow worker about to quit for the day. Deiln-
and report any complaints over lng 'information In the publl:
speed up, or any belly-aching interest," Mme. Alapl said:
of the good old fashioned U. S. "It implies not only per-
klnd which we love so much, sonal complaints but all as-
The right to gripe even to a pects of the violation of the
friend. Is wiped out there. Very i worXers' (State) interests..
(for example) hampering
the uninterrupted flow of
work"
Which means, no strikes, ei-
ther. That's what's in the future
the Comrades are trying to sell
at Ford. Read between their
He*.
(Copyright 1951 Post Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
HORIZONTAL
1 Depicted
musical
instrument
8 Tubes
13 Kidney disease
14 Angry
15 Annoy
16 Fool
18 Pronoun
19 To (Scot.)
20 Narrate*
21 Courtesy title
12 Area measure
28 Cerium
(symbol)
24 Knocks
27 Oceans -
29 Daybreak
(comb, form)
30 Night birds
31 Burn
33 Iron (symbol)
34 Unusual
35 Formr
Russian ruler
38 In the same
place (ab.)
39 Earth goddess
40 Cravat
42 Greek letter
47 Moccasin
48-----strings
are of wire
49 Vegetable
50 Dutch city
51 Poem division
53 Came in
55 Vapor
56 Hate
VERTICAL
1 It resembles
the----- .
2 County in New
South Wale*
3 Capture
4 Tellurium
(symbol)
5 Give forth
6 Be borne
7 Fasten
8 Holes
9Not (prefix)
10 Go by
11 Moral
12 Prophetess
17 Chemical
suffix
25 It is
shaped
26 Painful
27 It produces
music
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Condemn
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, ltSl
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MISS GERDA COOK WEDS MR. GEORGE SPIOTTA
In a private ceremony at the Coco Solo Naval Chapel,
Miss Gerda Cook, daufhter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas B. Cook,
of Towtowa, Now Jersey, plighted her troth to Mr. George
Spiotta. of Cristobal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dante M. Spiotta,
f Clifton, New Jersey. The ceremony took place Tuesday,
March at half past four o'clock with Major Walter M.
McCrachen officiating.
Regal lilies were used to decorate the altar before which
the ceremony took place.
Hnnicutt's "Search for Talent."
The admission charge Is a dollar
J per couple.
The bride entered upon the
arm of Mr. Dash wood P. Dar-
ling, by whom she was given in
marriage. She was lovely in her
wedding dress of white organdy
over light blue taffeta founda-
tion. The fitted bodice had a
boatrneck which formed a sem-
blance of a sleeve. The very full,
ballerina-length skirt was made
of alternate bands of embroidery
and organdy. Her fingertip vel!
f maline was held. In place with
an organdy band and clusters of
Ught blue lilacs. Short while
gloves and blue shoes completed
her ensemble. Her bridal bou-
quet was made of tube roses and
white gladioli with a ribbon
shower.
Miss Margaret Dagnall was trie
only atendant. She wore ah af-
ternoon dress of crepe with an
aquamarine print on a white
background. She used white ac-
cessories and a headdress of deep
pink and White roses.
Mr. Verner Casey was best man
for Mr. Spiotta.
Following the ceremony an in-
formal reception was held at the
quarters of the young couple in
Margarita. Tropical flowers and
regal lilies were used In decorat-
ing the living room and the
bride's table was centered wlfh a
three-tiered wedding cake. Mrs.
Dashwood Darling assisted in
serving the cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Spiotta left for a
Short honeymoon on the Isthmus.
The bride's going away costume
was an oriental print skirt with
an orange blouse. After a week's
honeymoon, they will be at home
at House 8060 Margarita.
Mrs. Spiotta attended the
Montclair State Teachers College.
She arrived on the Isthmus Mon-
day and has been the house guest
Of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Dagnall.
Mr. Spiotta arrived on the?
Isthmus during the fall to be
connected with the Panama A-
gencies in Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker
Introduced at Cocktail Party
The United States vice-consul
and Mrs. Charles H. Whitaker
entertained with an Informal
cocktail party at the United
States Consulate Tuesday even-
ing to introduce Mr. Whltaker's
Sarents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P.
fhltaker to their neighbors.
The honorees arrived recently
from their home in Providence,
Rhode Island, for a visit with their
son and daughter-in-law.
The guests Included: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Scott, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Henrlquez. Mr. and
Mrs. Julio Salas. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hunnlcutt, Colonel and
Mrs. L. V. Hunnlcutt, Comman-
der and Mrs. C. B. Farwell, Cap-
tain and Mrs. Neal B. Farwell,
Mrs. Elsie Mohr Skllhnan, Mr.
and Mis. Anthony Raymond,
Rev. and Mrs. Malnert Peterson,
Mrs. Gladys Peterson and H.B.
M. Consul at Colon and Mrs.
Raymond Klrwin.
Hospital Notes
Mrs. D. B. Marshall Is con-
valescing at her Gatun home af-
ter having been a patient in Co-
lon Hospital.
Mrs. W. A. Koerber, of Gatun,
Is a patient In Gorgas Hospital.
Mrs. Martin Returns
to Columbus, Ohio
Mrs. Marguerite Martin, who
has been visiting her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Kocher of Balboa, left by
plane early this morning to re-
turn to her home In Columbus,
Ohio.
Monday she and Mrs. Kocher
were the guests of Mrs. F. J.
Moumblow of Gatun and were
entertained with luncheon at the
Hotel Washington. Mrs. William
Basham, who came to the Isth-
mus with Mrs. Martin, was also
present.
Mrs. Vlecelli Returns
from Costa Rica
Mrs. J. D. Vlecelli returned
Sunday from a visit to San Jose.
Costa Rica. She and Mrs. W. W.
Winter of Balboa left by plane
last Wednesday. Mrs. Winter will
return today.
They were guests at the San
Jose Inn in San Jose.
Rebekah Club Meeting
The Cristobal Rebekah Club
will hold Its regular meeting at
the home of Mrs. Pauline Holree-
Hn. House 8220-6th St., Margari-
ta, tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Mrs.
Virginia Starke will be co-hos-
tess with Mrs. Holmelin.
En Route to New Station
Lt. J. E. Sellers. N.N.C. who
has completed a tour of duty as
chief nurse at the Coco Solo Na-
val Hospital, left by plane yester-
day for the States. She will go
to Alabama for a visit with her
family before reporting to the
United States Naval Hospital at
Memphis, Tenn., for her next
tour of duty.
Arriving Monday
Mrs. Ernest I. DuPont, Jr., of
New Jersey, Is arriving Monday
for a visit with her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Dashwood Darling of Brazos
Heights.
"Spring Ball" to be Held
at Hotel Washington
Among the festive affairs of
the weekend will be the Spring
Ball to be given at the Hotel
Washington Saturday evening,
March 10 from 7:30 to midnight.
Music will be furnished by Hugh
Howard and his orchestra from
Panama City and a floor show
will be presented from the re-
cent radio programs, of Smoot-
Sunday School Picnic
The Cristobal Union Church is
sponsoring a picnic to be held Sa-
turday on the High School
grounds. The picnic will begin at
9:30 a.m., with lunch at 11:30.
Each family is to bring a basket
dinner. Tables and limeade wiil
be provided by the Sunday
School Committee.
Games for all ages are being
planned. All families of the par-
ish are Invited to participate.
An Evening in Italy
Friends are reminded of the
Italian dinner and program to be
presented tomorrow evening by
the Colon Unit of the Inter-Ame-
rican Woman's Club. No tickets
are being sold and dinner will be
served starting at 6:00 p.m. There
will also be Italian songs, and
music.
Newsprint consumption In oc-
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capita annually as compared
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States.
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Senator Says Use Of Influence
With RFC Was 'Routine Matter'
WASHINGTON. March 7 (UP)
Sen. James E.Murray, D.,'Mont.
yesterday defended his support
of an RFC loan to a swank Miami
hotel as "routine" and demand-
ed a public airing of all similar
cases Involving Congressmen.
Simultaneously, Senate inves-
tigators asked the Reconstruc-
tion Finance Corp., to make a
thorough Investigation of a 1948
RFC loan to an Alabama paper
mill In which the son of Rep.
Frank W. Boykin, D., Ala., was
an official. Boykin joined In urg-
ing the Investigation.
The Senate Banking Subcom-
mittee looking into 'influence" In
RFC loans yesterday heard testi-
mony that Murray urged the
agency to lend $1,000.000 to the
Sorrento Hotel In Miami Beach,
Fla.. which retained his son
James Murray, Jr., as .an attor-
ney.
The hotel obtained the loan
and the son received $21,000 In
fees for this and two other cases.
Murray Issued a statement say-
ing he was "Indignant" that the
hearing "was so conducted as to
leave the Impression that this
particular loan was Improper or
unusual."
He said he treated the cue
"just as I did any other case"
and his son just like "any other
lawyer."
"When he called my attention
to the problems he and his as-
sociates were encountering.. .and
when Investigation convinced me
his facts were correct, I volun-
teered to make exactly the same
representation to the RFC that I
have made In many similar cases
for other citizens."
Murray said that 'In all fair-
ness" the subcommittee should
now "secure from the.RFC and
cause to be published a complete
listing of all phone calls, Inter-
views and letters between mem-
bers of Congress and the Agency
since its inception."
President Truman, who had
more than 700 letters from con-
fressmen to the RFC delivered to
he White House recently, said
he had no evidence of Illegal In-
fluence on the Agency by. mem-
bers of Congress of the executive
branch.
Subcommittee members, some
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Denise's Husband
Drives Home Alone
As 'Patch-Up' Fails
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 7,
(UP) Socialite Peter Crosby
headed back to his Washington
home today after a n unsuccess-
ful attempt to patch up his mar-
riage with busty actress Denlse
Darcel.
Crosby drove here over the
weekend, but Miss Darcel said
"nothing happened."
"We try to patch the thing up
but we don't make lt," she com-
mented.
Miss Darcel has announced
plans for a legal separation from
Crosby, whom she married In St.
Patrick's Cathedral In New York
less than five months ago. She
said their marriage had been go-
ing badly for two months and
"the. last straw" came Feb. 21
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PANAMA, *. P., MIRCOLES, MARZO 7, 1M1
CINCO CENTESIMO
Panam tendr Aduanas
en Balboa y Cristbal
Dos lugares han
sido ofrecidos a
nuestro gobierno
La Repblica ae Panam ten-
dr sus propio ollclales e ins-
pectores de aduana en los Puer-
tos de Cristbal y Balboa, de
la Zona del Canal cuando se
hayan concluido los detalles con
respecto a la locallzacin y cons-
truccin de los edificios de a-
duana necesarios, de cuerdo
con Informacin suministrada
boy a El Panam-Amrica.
Sobre este punto, el Art-
culo 50. del Tratado General de
1936 de Amistad y Cooperacin
negociado por el Dr. Harmodlo
Arlas con el ex Presidente
Roosevelt dice: "Los Estados
Unidos suministrarn a la Re-
pblica de Panam, Ubres de
todo gravamen, los sitios ne-
cesarios para la construccin de
edificios para aduanas en los
puertos de la Zona del Canal
para la recaudacin de impues-
to sobre las importaciones des-
tinadas a la Repblica de Pa-
nam y para el examen de mer-
cancas, equipajes y pasajeros
consignados o destinados a la
Repblica de Panam y para
prevenir 1 comercio de contra-
bando ..."
Discusiones se han llevado a
cabo durante las ltimas sema-
nas entre autoridades paname-
as respecto a los sitios en los
puertos de Cristbal y Balboa
para los edificios de aduana
de 1 Repblica de Panam. De
acuerdo con la Informacin de
El Panam Amrica, dos lugares
ya se han ofrecido por el go-
bierno de la Zona del Canal a
Panam.
Se recuerda en relacin con
Estn exentos de cumplir con
requisitos extranjeros que
desempearon cargo oficial
No ha sido arrestado
an el Director de
La Prensa, Gainza Paz
Sigue la prensa del Continente atacando la actitud
asumida contra la libertad de expresin
De acuerdo con la Constitu-
cin, en su artculo 11, estn
exentos de cumplir algunos re-
quisitos en Relaciones Exte-
riores, para no perder su ca-
lidad de panameos, aquellas
personas naturalizadas ante
del ano de 1936, que hubieren
desempeado en la Repblica
algn cargo oficial o hubie-
ran sido, de acuerdo con la
ley, candidatos a puestos de
eleccin popular. Igual excen-
cln establece nuestra Consti-
tucin Nacional para aquellos
naturalizados panameos an-
tes de 1936 que hubieren na-
Vacunacin contra
viruelas inician
en esta ciudad
Con la vacunacin de los em-
pleados de la Alcalda del Dis-
trito Capital y los Corregidores
de Barrio, se Iniciar el prxi-
mo lunes una campaa de vacu
nacin contra la viruela.
m aL ..S. n *r. r,aim ier ^de el prximo lunes a las
cido en Espaa o en cualquier _,&__. i. -i,,Htiri m
,. nacin americana lndepen
diente.
El artculo 11 de la Cons-
titucin Nacional a que se re-
fiere esta informacin estable-
ver inundada por grupos de
vacunadores, quienes estarn *
cargo del trabajo. Cadav grupo
estar compuesto por dos vacu-
nadores. una enfermera, un o-
ce que los que estuvieren na- flclaJ expedir los certil-
turalzados al entrar a regir la c^ un te del orden
Constitucin Nacional (1836) nlhllpn-'
conservaran su calidad de ta-
les hasta por los cinco aos
siguientes, pero la perdern si
al expirar este trmino (15 de
Marzo de 1951) no hubieren
comprobado que posee el idio-
ma espaol y nociones elemen-
tales de geografa.
Prctica de Alarma
pblico.
La campaa de vacunacin
contra la viruela se lleva a ca-
bo en la ciudad de Panam cada
cinco aos, y en los momentos
actuales es de suma importan-
cia, ya que por motivo de la
guerra de Corea, asi como el
creciente trnsito de viajeros por
nuestro Istmo, procedentes del
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 7 (UP)
Alberto Gainza Pas, Director
de La Prensa, manifest que ha-
ba quedado sorprendido al en-
terarse de que el gobierno argen-
tino lo habla acusado de violar
la ley de seguridad nacional.
A las seis de la Urde, casi 34
horas despus que el comisarlo
de polica inform a loa repre-
sentantes de La Prensa sobre la
acusacin, Gainza Pe* dijo que
no haba recibido ninguna otra
comunicacin de las autorida-
des. Gainza Paz todava no ha-
bla sido llamado a prestar de-
claracin como se acostumbra
cuando se inicia un proceso le-
gal en Argentina.
Se ha recordado que Gainza.
Paz y Luis Mitre, Director de La
Nacin, fueron acusados en 1949
de desacato al Presidente Pern.
Esa causa contina en suspenso
sin que haya habido otro acon-
tecimiento en la misma desde
entonces. Mitre muriO *d octu-
bre del ao pasado.
El Director de La Prensa, de
Buenos Aires, dijo en un* entre-
vista telefnica con el corres-
ponsal en Washington del diario
londinense Daily Mal, de Lord
Rothermere, que "todo lo que
deseo es publicar mi peridico
nuevamente". El corresponsal
Wllllm Hardcastle. quien ayer
Inform que el cierre de La
Prensa est causando Indigna-
cin en el Departamento de *-
tado, habl desde Washington
con Gainza Paz, quien estaba en
su residencia en Bueno Aires.
Sur, en donde ha habido va
Iras epidemias de viruela recin- H8ra'c'aS'tYe'Tuo*'en"u dipacho
itemente, se desea evitar a toda "7. n,i-, p,7 abstuvo ciii
Una prctica de alerta con- ^^ una poslb)e eplaemia en V
nuestro pas.
Se espera que en esta ocasin
ol pblico coopere con el mismo
entusiasmo de siempre, pues
aunque la vacuna es obligatoria,
tra una incursin area ten-
dr lugar en el Tuerte Gulick
y en Coco 8ollto avias 4:15 de
la tarde del viernes, 9 de marzo.
Prcticas similares se hlcie-
esas negociaciones que la Re- ron la semana pasada e Fuer-la Alcalda no quiere recurrir a
pblica d* Panam reciente-1 te Amador y en reserva del medidas extremes para obligar-
dadosamente de contestar toda*
las otras preguntas que le hizo.
Desatan los rojos una
contraofensiva en masa
refiere al caso de La Prensa a-
trlbuyndolo a "provocacin de
los descamisados" y agrega que
mientras la polica "que los pro-
tega, Insuflaba para alarmar",
despus "converta las victimas
en verdugos, atacados en ata-
cantes, defensores del autntico
orden legal, en agentes hedion-
dos de la peor subversin". Agre-
ga que "esto no seria hacer ca-
llar solamente por la fuerza
bruta a la voz mas ilustre de la
nacin de Mitre y Sarmiento,
sino tambin llevarla al escar-
nio, escarneciendo asi la con-
ciencia libre de toda Amrica".
El peridico contina lamen-
tndose en el sentido siguiente:
"Estamos asistiendo al doloroso
regreso en el camino del regimen
democrtico de algunos pases
del continente". "En la altura de
la evolucin de los pueblos, el
rgimen democrtico ya lanz
raices profundas en el suelo a-
mericano, y es penoso verificar
que ciertos gobiernos america-
nos de carcter excesivamente
personalista, logran realizar ma-
niobras de naturaleza como las
que acaban de envolver La Pren-
sa, de Buenos Aires, victima de
la prepotencia, en una de las ca-
pitales que es uno de los orgu-
llos de toda Amrica.
BOGOTA, Marzo 7 (UP> El
Tiempo, El Liberal y El Especta-
dor, tratan del caso de La Pren-
sa de Buenos Aires.
El Tiempo en primera pgina
y con el titulo a dos columnas y!
el texto destacado dice que "el:
gobierno cerr los talleres del |
peridico La Prensa"; El Liberal.;
con titulo en rojo, en primera
La,
Pospuesto para el 22 de Abril
el Congreso de los Ganaderos
para luchar contra la Af tosa
Ministro de Agricultura, paas que requieren para
El .
Comercio e Industrias, don
Ricardo Arlas I. inform a es-
te diarlo que debido a su via-
je a los atados Unidos, don-
de asistir a la IV reunin de
Consulta de los Cancilleres
American, el Congreso de
Ganaderos que se planeaba ce-
lebrar en la Granja Agrcola
de Divisa, el primero de Abril,
ha sido pospuesto para el 22
de abril, cuando estar nueva-
mente al frente de la cartera
de Agricultura.
El Ministro dijo que mas de
trescientos ganaderos asistirn
su
xito la" cooperacin bsica de
los ganaderos, sobre todo en
lo relativo a limpieza del ga-
nado y los potreros.
Reducen el uso de
acero en autos
y otros artculos
WASHINGTON, Mar. 7 (UP)
El Gobierno ha ordenado la re-
a eate Congreso convocado pa-duccln de un 20 por ciento en
ra tomar medidas contra la 'el uso de acero para autom-
fiebre aftosa y el trzalo, cam- viles y artculos durables para
consumidores, a partir del lo. de
abril.
En algunos casos la orden sig-
nificar una reduccin Igual en
productos manufacturados. La
orden ha sido aplicada por la
Autoridad Nacional de Produc-
cin a los automviles de pasa-
jeros, a cerca de 150 variedades
de muebles y artculos para el
hogar, como radios, Juegos de
televisin, Joyas, cmaras, bici-
cletas y ganchos de ropa.
Los productores de estos ar-
tculos se vern obligados a re-
ducir el uso de acero en abril,
mayo y Junio a un nivel un 20
por ciento ms bajo que el pro-
A NUESTROS LECTORES
En l pgina Editorial pu-
blicamos el Interesante infor-
me rendido sobre la labor que
se realise en el Ministerio de
Obra Pblicas, per el Inge-
niero Manuel Virgilio Patino,
al Ingeniero Celso Carbonell,
actual titular del Ramo.
.pgina, dice "Pern ocupa
re ACCIN MUNDIAL [Prensa", B Espectador, en el
RIO DE JANEIRO. Marzo 7 editorial titulado "Solidaridad
(UP) Matutino O. Jornal. r.-eon La Prensa", dice que el cle-
"" rre de los talleres y las acusado-
Cursos de Capacitacin de
seis semanas han iniciado
en el Instituto Nacional
Hoy se inici en el Instituto que se dictarn durante seis
icional la matrcula para semanas, autorizados por el
Nacional
unos Cursos
de Capacitacin
Ministerio de Educacin, a par-
tir del lunes prximo.
Dichos cursos tienen como
objetivo fundamental prevenir siguiente carta:
Los grupos de vacunadores'1^!
taran instalados en las eaq
as cntricas de la ciudad, para
facilitar el trabajo.
Ins rltr* u directr
'ayn* 4)
Gabriel Gonzlez G. resulta
Se refiere a unos i
muerto y seis mas heridos
cargos al Santo J m r*^
Toms, el director en un accidente en Cninqu
DAVID, 7 Marzo (Correspond Gabriel Gonzlez, se arroj
El doctor Ernesto Zubleta nos ,ai,_in accidente ferroviario del vehculo al darse cuenta de
ha enviado para su publicacin urrido aver a las S de la tar- que los compaeros acudan al
la scruipnJi porta' vvm..v j > ___ _-.-, -I. #4*1 mntnr
Un muerto y dos
heridos ayer en
la Transstmka
Lograron hacer
retroceder a
los Aliados
En las primeras de cam*
bio logran penetrar en
las lneas defensivas
TOKIO, Marzo 7 (UP' La
fuerzas comunistas atacaron en
masa, en la Corea Oriental, ha-
ciendo retroceder a los solda-
dos norteamericanos y surcorea-
nos en lo que pareca ser la*
primeras etapas de la contra-
ofensiva en gran escala.
Los despachos del frente In-
dican que los rojos han reali-
zado sus ms Intensos ataques,
contra el tercer cuerpo del ejr-
cito surcoreano, en la regln si-
tuada de tres a diez kilmetroe
al noreste de la reconquistad
villa de Amidong, donde los co- 1
munlstas lograron penetrar las
posiciones aliadas en alguno*
puntos.
Otros despachos indican quel
los comunistas iniciaron el atafl
que con un intenso fuego coa|
armas de pequeo calibre y djj
morteros y sacaron de la coln
de Yangpyong, situada en #"
centro de la regln, a la vig-
simo cuarta divisin de los Es-
tados Unidos, a cuarenta kil-
metros al este d Hoengsong.
Los ataques rojos comenzaron
a alrededor de 24 horas despus
que el General Douglas Mac-
Arthur y el Teniente General
medio por cuarto de ao de la
primera mitad de 1950.
.. La orden permite que se man-1 Matthew B. Ridgway, coman-
COLON, Feo. 7^Ayer J^_s tenga la produccin a la tasa dante de las fuerzas terrestres
en
Harn gestiones para lograi
ul*jn, fD. i.nyer ma tenga la produccin a la tasa dante de las tuerzas terrestres
I p.m. poco mas o menos, ma tlta p0Sibie por conserva- de las Naciones Unidas en Co-
el lugar denominado Que-,don y sustitucin. (Pasa a la pgina 5 columna 2>
4 Lpez", encontr la --------------------------------------------------
los fracasos de los estudiantes,
mejorando los conocimientos
adquiridos o eliminando defi-
ciencias que, a menudo, se con-
vierten en grave problema pa-
ra los mismos. Tambin se re-
cibirn en estos cursos a estu-
diantes de colegios privados o
del exterior que, deseando in-
gresar en planteles oficiales,
habrn de presentar exmenes
de admisin en mayo prximo.
Las clases cubrirn las dife-
rentes asignaturas del plan de
estudios, en sus distintos nive-
Panama, Marzo 7 de 1051.
Seor Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Ciudad.
Seor Director:
He ledo en la edicin del mar-
tes S de los corrientes en un
diario local, unas declaraciones
en contra del Hospital hechas
por el seor Luis Quintero Ce-
lerin.
En plan de informacin quiero
decirle que el/ seor Quintero
Celern se present a mi oficina
hace algunos das, para sollci-
Ponen un habeas
corpus en favor
de Hugo Vctor
Un recurso extraordinario de
Habeas Corpus fu presentado
esta maana en la Secretaria
de la Corte Suprema por el abo-
gado Carlos A. Cajal, en favor
del conocido comunista Hugo
Vctor y en contra el Inspec-
tor General de la Polica Secre-
ta Nacional. Lie. Juan de Dios
nario a cuy orden se encuen- 'V^cia de un Drofesor en c-. e manueste esto ai seor ce-i -. XT
- IaanaslAurna,Prd peAoaos J^S cual aparentemente no penjj e\ LlC. MaUUCl M. ValdeS
diarlos de 45 minutos y reel-1,e U8"'- ... r *"
Quizs, si le hubiese hecho u-
de result muerto Gabriel Gon- i Ireno de emergencia del motor
?lez O., y seis heridos. El mo-1 y formando una cadena trata-
tor del Ferrocarril Nacional de ban de detenerlo. Gonzlez al
Chirlqul, procedente de Potre- arrojarse del carro qued con el
Hilos y con direccin a David, i pie pegado al estribo siguiendo
parti de aquella estacin con I f n tal posicin hasta el momen-
slete ocupantes. A una distan- to del descarrilamiento. Adems
cia considerable de la estacin de los mencionados formaban
informa el motorista, Anel Ll- parte del pasaje Fernando Lan-
sondo Jimnez, al notar que el dau, Arlstides Jimnez. Nicanor
carro tomaba velocidad trat Fuentes, Petlta 8errano Salda-
de detenerlo, dndose cuenta a y Manuel Salvador Jimnez,
que le faltaban los frenos, pues que se ecuentran hospitalizados
se le haba salido el aire. en el "Jos Domingo de Obal-
I da".
tra detenido el referido Hugo
Vctor.
El recurso en cuestin fu
aceptado por la Corte y repar-
tido al Magistrado Publio A.
Vsquez, quien lo remiti en
traslado al Inspector General de
les- espaol, ingls, matemtl- tar privilegios en el Hospital, en
cas, ciencias generales, estudios su carcter de Diputado. Como
quiera que en el reglamento del
Hospital no se establece ningn
privilegio para estos seores, yo
le manifest esto al seor Ce-
Eximido de responsabilidad
birn, adems, conferencias so-
bre Orientacin Vocacional, na, rebaja o le hubiera dado un
mtodos para estudiar, etc. I Privilegio al cusU no tenia dere-
ad^sdTe8 &"%& & cntrdarSodetooo en^lft:
adems de practica general, pltal a ,M mll maravlllag
Sin ms nada por ahora, se
despide su atento y seguro ser-
vidor,
Ernesto ZabieU. M.D.
. Director Mdico.
la Polica Secreta UcPavedaa cV^pa-
Este funcionario informo :a 1 ra 'inclnlantes, en virtud del
Corte "que Hugo Vctor haba cuaf garantiza a les estu-
ldo detenido por la Secreta de dlantes J aprendizaje del te-
acuerdo cpn estipulaciones de la, clado y l0 elementos bsicos
Ley 72 de 1941, Orgnica de la de la asignatura en 24 horas
Polica Secreta Nacional, sobre | de practlca distribuidas en 30
irrespetos a la persona del Pre- iecc0nes.
sidente de la Repblica, pero Log cursos de Capacitacin
due haba sido puesto ayer en estn bajo la responsabilidad
la maana a rdenes del Alcal- dei Profesor J. Alejandro
de del Distrito, mediante ollcio Saenz, quien cuenta con la co-
sts. laboracln, entre otros, de los
Tocar a la Corte Suprema' profesores Prxedes Montllla,
decidir en definitiva si la de- j Jc* Orno. Vergara, Pedro A-
tencln del mencionado Hugo|yala D Rafael Martn, Miguel
Victor se ajusta a la ley. Meja D. y E. Karlsson.______
Trujillo se separa por dos
aos de la Presidencia y la
puso en manos de su hermano
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 7 (UP) tor Trujillo.
La oficina de informacin de
la Repblica Dominicana anun-
ci que el presidente Trujillo
disfrutar de vacaciones "en
un p*is cercano" antes de lle-
gar au candidatura para la re-
eleccin en 1852. El gobierno no
ha informado a la oficina el
nombre del pas que visitar. pero ha decidido descansar an-
La declaracin a la prensa por tes de necfv'tarlo." Seala que
la oficina aclara que el deseo ha ocupado la presidencia des-
de descansar es el nico mo- de 1930 hasta 1938, y luego fue
tlvo por el cual rujillo le en- reelegido en 1942 hasta 1947.
tregar la presidencia interi-| Agrega la nota: "Probable-
namente a su hermano el mi- mente ser reelegido nuevamen- rlsta* eXDt-eron sus nuntos de
nistro de guerra, general Hc-1 te en 1953." (asa la pagina 5, eel. )
por el 1er. Tribunal Superior
En su favor se pronunciaron
ilos fiscales y dos jueces
ser. llamados los ex-fun-
mmF na?\amVicaW de
aos de edad y empleado civil
de la Marina, al chocar su ca-
rro "cop" contra un bus ma-
nejado por Agustn Barrera.
Segn los Informes obtenidos
en la Personera, el 8r. Nun-
nelley iba subiendo una pen-
diente y doblando una curva
del camino en direccin a Pa-
nam, y el bus vena de Bue-
na Vista para Coln.
Se presume que el choque
fu ocasionado por la excesiva
velocidad de parte del 8r. Nun-
nelley, quien iba manejando su
carro a no menos de 80 millas.
El chofer del bus. 8r. Agustn
Barrera, dice que iba a una ve-
locidad de 30 a 40 millas, su-
biendo la pendiente. El carro
de Nunnelley se sall del ca-
mino, cayendo en una zanja.
El Sr. Nunnelley muri ano-
che en el Hospital Naval de Co-
co Solo. Entre los pasajeros del
bus, result herida la seora
Socorro Mrquez, quien sufri
fractura de un brazo.
Tambin ocurri otro acclden
te en la carretera transistmlca.
en el lugar denominado Cati-
va.
El indostano Makan Dullabh
Batel, atropello a la niita Leo-
nid Urea, quien se encuen-
tra en el Hospital Amador Gue-
rrero.
Segn declara Batel, la nii-
ta Urea sall delante de una
chiva y no pudo verla, ya que
segundos antes l haba trata-
do de no atropellar a la her-
manita de la pequea, que ha-
ba salido corriendo delante de
la pequea atropellada.
l financiamiento de nuevo
y moderno Mercado Municipal
A raz del traslado del poder
se haba rumorado que el pre-
sidente dominicano se encontra-
ba enfermo. La declaracin di-
ce que goza de "perfecta salud."
REGRESA EN 1953.
"El presidente, dice la decla-
racin, goza de perfecta salud,
Los minoristas se
reunieron con el
Control de Precios
Ayer en la maana se celebr
una reunin de la Junta de
Control de Precios en el Minis-
terio de Agricultura, Comercio e
Industrias, en donde estuvieron
representados los comerciantes
minoristas de la ciudad, a fin de
estudiar el alto costo de la vida
causado por el alza Inmoderada
de los precios de los artculos de
primera necesidad.
En la reunin, los minoristas
estuvieron representados por loe
seores J. M. de Gracia, Alejan-
dro Vlllarrueta. Arqumedes Ca-
pitn, Adn Ros
y la seora
Odisea Plataotls. La Junta de ,,
Control de Precios estuvo com- v.aftL.d.ei_haber renunclad0
Sentando el precedente salu-
dable de que la responsabili-
dad de los funcionarios no ce-
sa en nuestro pais con el sim-
ple abandono del cargo, el Tri-
bunal Superior del Primer Dis-
trito Judicial, puso fin a un
denuncio por peculado presen-
tado durante la campaa pol-
tica pasada, contra el Lie. Ma-
nuel Mara Valds, primer ge-
rente de la Caja del Seguro
Social, sobreseyendo definitiva-
mente en su favor.
Al solicitrsele algunas de-
claraciones, el Lie. Valds, di-
jo a un representante de "El
Panam-Amrica" lo siguien-
te:
"Entre las medidas adoptada:,
por la Administracin de don
Enrique A. Jimenez para liqui-
dar la patritica independencia
de "La Hora" durante la pa-
sada campaa electoral, figur
un denuncio por peculado con-
tra m. por razn de haber ocu-
pado la Gerencia de la Casa
de Seguro Social, y a los cua-
den
clonarlos a responder de sus ac-
tuaciones ante nuestros Tribu-
nales.
Dicho precedente debe servir
de advertencia a todos los fun-
cionarlos pblicos, incluyendo
los Jefes de Estado del pasado
y del presente, ya que quizs
algunos de ellos no podran so-
portar la prueba por la que yo
he atravesado, con resultados
similares, o sea la comproba-
cin plena y definitiva de que
administr millones de balboas
con absoluta honradez y escru-
pulosidad."
El Consejo Municipal aprob i
anoche una resolucin, por la
cual se autoriza a una Comi-
sin compuesta por el Alcalde
del Distrito, Lie. ngel Vega
Mandes, el tesorero del Muni-
cipio, Don Rosendo Merel y el i
Auditor Municipal, as como el
Presidente del Consejo, para]
2iUeJ?S Jun,rsi0n,r ^r.a i El Ministro de Gobierno .
?L "^_ncilm^nt2..1Ma ffi: Justicia. Jos Clemente de O-
Fljan sanciones
al comunista
Hugo Vctor
truccln de un mercado pbli-
co en Cabo Verde.
balda, mediante Resolucin de
esta fecha, declar que el se-
or Hugo Vctor, panameo, y
educador, es responsable de i
raa*IdlUd*leia,Taflana1",nar2.PrP,and y ctlvlddes /
"... -K*. la*man.a^a' .?a^ munlstas en el territorio Na-
Asimlsmo, el Consejo cele-
brar una reunin maana a
tratar
tema.
sobre tan Importante
Desde hace varios meses, el
Consejo viene contemplando la
construccin de un moderno
mercado municipal, a fin de
d descongestlonar el actual
mercado pblico. El mercado
que se piensa construir, con-
clonal; que debe ser separado
del cargo de profesor de ense-
anza secundarla que actual-
mente ocupa y que no puede
ser nombrado para el ejercicio
de otros puestos pblicos.
Dicha resolucin fu dictada
en la investigacin adelantada
por la Polica Secreta Nacional
y conforme a la facultad que
puesta por los principales Al-
berto Lindo. Antonio de Armas
y los suplentes Restltuto Muda-
rra y Raimundo Ortega Vleto.
Estuvieron presentes en la reu-
nin el Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, 8r. Don
Ricardo Arlas Espinosa, y el Se-
cretario de Comercio, Don Max
Heurtematte.
Durante la reunin, los mino-
dicha posicin.
Bajarn a tierra
hoy 1419 turistas
del Mauritania
Con la llegada del Nieuw
Amsterdam y el Mauretanla al
Tal nuncio, Innoble en sus puerto de Cristbal dembar-
origenes. Intencione y fines, ha, can hoy 1,41 turistas,
resultado relvindlcador para mi El Nienw Amsterdam, de 38,-
nombre y para mi reputacin i 6e7^toneladMtoy Tg^y ei Mu-
de hombre honrado, como ne-
cesariamente, deba ocurrir. Se
ha sentado, adems, un prece-
dente saludable: el de que la
responsabilidad de los funcio-
narlos no cesa ya en nuestro
pals con el simple abandono del turistas vendrn hoy al Pacfico
cargo, porque aos despus pue- en un, tren especial.
retanla, de 35,877 toneladas, de-
sembarcar ms de 686 turistas.
El Amsterdam saldr maana
a la una de la madrugada,
mientras el Mauretanla zarpar
ho ya las nueve de la noche. Los
3 millones pide
prncipe casado
con millonaria
CUERNAVACA. Mxico. Mar-
zo 7. (UP). La demanda de
divorcio, radicada en esta ciu-
dad, contra el Prncipe Igor
Troubetzky, por la millonaria
Barbara Hutton se encuentra
estancada. Mientras, los aboga-
dos de las partes discutan las
exigencias del principe por tres
millones de dlares, como par-
te de los bienes de su esposa.
El abogado de la millonaria
norteamericana dijo que se
reuni infructuosamente esta
tarde con el representante del
prncipe lituano de 39 aoe de
edad, y que el principe ha
"insinuado que quiere tres mi-
llones de dlares". El aludi-
do abogado indic que la se- j
ora Hutton est dispuesta a |
dar "medio milln de dlares.
a lo sumo", a su cuarto espo-
so.
El juez Alfonso Roqueml ad-
miti que el prncipe haba!
radicado una protesta contra
la demanda de divorcio de su
esposa y que los peritos dije-
ron que el caso "quiz se pro-
longue indefinidamente".
Circulacin pagada ayer
22.200
tara con todos los adelantos :
modernos, en donde estarn '* ^"Ileie1 e S10.,4 rf.
contempladas todas las nece- ?,ceto, n.lMd,|*dorJ,. !
sldades del pblico como del f""1?,,?*.!*5A.? "%, ^"i**
ncrrlriiltnr nu* trae sus nrodur- la P'lcaclon del articulo 2 del
t!?^ulM^i-^***y "mero 1S de 2
ritn ae Mayo de 1950.
trll- Esta Resolucin que est fir-
La Constructora Tropical,, ^'rJ^iSt?'nT
H a Mt a paran de la ron- biemo. don clemente de Obai-
dia y por su Secretarlo, don
Jorge Rubn Rosas, ser noti-
ficado al seor Hugo Vctor,
quien tiene 5 dias hbiles pa-
ra presentar los ercursoa or-
dinarios. Al ejecutoriarse esta
resolucin el Ministerio de Oo-
a cargo
feccln de los planos del mis-
mo, y ya se ha pagado el va-
lor total de los mismos.
Asimismo se aprob una re-
solucin autorizando al Alcal-
de para que celebre contrato
para la construccin del super- blerno comunicar al de Edu-
mercado con la compaa que cacin el referido fallo para la
d las mejores facilidades al separacin del seor Vctor de
Municipio. su cargo de educador.______
Alan Ladd firma el contrato
ms jugoso en la historia
de la cinematografa moderna
HOLLYWOOD, Marzo 7 .
Alan Ladd firm un nuevo
contrato por 150,000 dlares
por cada una de las catorce
pelculas que ha de filmar y,
adems, todas las entradas, ex-
cepto el 21 por ciento para
gastos de distribucin, por
cuatro pelculas ms.
Este es el ms grande con-
trato firmado en la historia de
Hollywood. Dentro de 15 mes?s
termina el actual contrato de
Ladd, quien ha desplazado,
con la Paramount, a Bing
Crosby y a Bob Hope como las
ms grandes atracciones de
taquilla.
HOLLYWOOD. Marzo 7 'UP>.
rrancis, 1 "mua que ha-
bla". R-an anoche la estatulta
de oro "Patsy" como el mejor
animal actor de 1950. Muchas
pelculas fueron examinada en
el circulo teatral Carthay en
una presentacin auspiciada
por la Asociacin Humanitaria
Americana y la Sociedad Para
la Prevencin de la Crueldad s
contra los Animales. >
Francis, la mua filosfica
del ejrcito, se coloc a la ca-
beza de la eleccin de la Pren-
sa Nacional compuesta de 500
crticos de pelculas, editores y
columnistas norteamericanos y
canadienses, para determinar
el animal ganador d*l premio
equivalente al "Osear". Otros
cinco animales recibieron ora
mo "Pat".
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I. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!*
MIRCOLES. MARZO 7, 1M1
Panamamrca
DIARIO INDEPKNDUENTK
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HAMMOOIO AMIAS. Omicio
EDITADO *OR LA _,
OITttHA PANAMA AMERICA. A.
TILirONO 2-0740 (CENTBAL P*IVAGA> APARTADO POITAt NO. 134
EN SUS TALLERES SITUADOS EN ESTA 'IUDAO. CA'.LE H. NO. 57
A PROPOSITO DE UN COMUNICADO
DEL ALCALDE
La prensa diaria ha informado que la primera
autoridad del Distrito dict medidas categ-
ricas para reglamentar el uso de rtulos en las
calles y dems vas pblicas.
La idea nV someter a ciertos requisitos esta
cuestin nos parece acertada. No es posible que
al margen de la lnea de construccin, por ejem-
plo, se coloquen grandes rtulos. As mismo es
indispensable que el Municipio lleve un registro de
stos para verificar el consentimiento del dueo
de la propiedad donde se instalan cartelones o pan-
tallas de maderas con leyendas de propaganda. En
algunas ocasiones los propietarios de los terrenos,
ya sean particulares, municipales o nacionales, no
han dado la respectiva aprobacin a quienes proce-
den a poner los avisos aludidos.
A propsito de estas medidas nos parece opor-
tuno llamar la atencin de las autoridades del Mu-
nicipio en el sentido de que se haga una revisin
integral de todo lo relacionado con las placas que
deben existir en las calles de la ciudad con la no-
menclatura de las mismas.
En trminos generales puede decirse que es
necesaria una revisin en esta materia, pues se no-
ta, a veces, cierta anomala producida por rtulos
despintados o que no estn en lugar visible o bien
que ni siquiera existen.
Esta irregularidad afecta mucho al pblico, ya
que no todos conocen perfectamente la ciudad. Lo
que se acostumbra en todas partes es que estas
placas se hallen localizadas en los puntos ms sa-
lientes de las esquinas, y siempre siguiendo una
misma norma de manera que con facilidad se pue-
da ver ya sea de la acera o de la calle, inclusive
cuando se viaja en automvil.
En relacin con este asunto es conveniente
que se medite un plan serio y uniforme. Ultima-
mente parece que se han hecho algunos arreglos
mediante los cuales el comercio o agentes de pro-
paganda colocan anuncios bajo las placas que tie-
nen el nombre o nmero de las calles y esta prc-
tica, por io menos en ciertos casos, ofrece confu-
sin especialmente para los extranjeros que no es-
tn familiarizados cdn este sistema.
Ojal que se pensara en buscar una solucin
a las anomalas en referencia. Se trata de un asun-
to que est relacionado con e lornato y que es una
necesidad para el pblico.
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
diez en punto de la maana del dia 15 de Marzo del ao
en curso, por el suministro de ARTCULOS DE VETERINA-
RIA para uso del FOMENTO AGRCOLA DE CHIRIQUI.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Juan J. Rodrguei
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Panama, 28 de Febrero de 1951.
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JOS BKRGAMIN, EN PAK1S
Desde los comienzos de este
ao de 1951 se encuentra en
Pars Jos Bergamin, uno de
los escritores espaoles ms fi-
nos, ms sutiles, de la actual
generacin. Ha sido husped del
"Comit National des Ecrl-
valns" en Paris. Se le ha ren-
dido homenaje de admiracin
en la capital de la Intelectua-
lidad del mundo. Un buen a-
migo, el joven Cnsul Aldrete,
me remite desde all una re-
vista en la que figura en pri-
[mera plana la traduccin del
primer acto de "La Hija de
Dios." La autora de la traduc-
cin es Alice Ahrwelller.
"La Hija de Dios" no se ha
representado nunca. Si se ha!
editado es espaol. Manolo Al-
tolagulrre, el poeta y adems
impresor, hizo un bello toml-
to de esa tragedia rural. Yo
conservo el libro entre los ms
curiosos de mi biblioteca.
Bergamin sali de Espaa y
viaj por Amrica. En Mxico
fue uno de los fundadores de
la Editorial Sneca, que public
con magnficos prlogos de Pe-
pe la obra completa de Anto-
nio Machado y tambin la de
San Juan de la Cruz. El direc-
tor de aquel modelo de revis-
tas literarias que fue "Cruz y
Raya" elabora esos prlogos con
certeza de critico y de estu-
pendo catador de belleza.
Algunos amigos panameos
recordarn a Pepe Bergamin,
que nos visit en dos ocasio-
nes. Y ofreci dos serles de con-
ferencias en la Universidad. Yo
recuerdo esas conferencias co-
mo de las mejores que s han
escuchado por estos lados. Pu-
diera colocarlas con de las de
Juan David Garcia Bacca. el
eminente y querido filsofo.
En mi casa ley Pepe Ber-
gamin, para un grupo de lite-
ratos, una de sus comedias in-
ditas.
De Mxico march Bergamin
a Venezuela. De Venezuela pa-
s al Uruguay. Y supongo que
all regresar despus de este
viaje a Paris.
Pepe Bergamin es, para mi,
el conferenciante ideal. No lee
sus conferencias: las dice. No
grita, no gesticula. Engarza las
frases con elegancia, sin lati-
guillos.
Una de las conferencias que
pronunci en la Universidad
por cierto, ante un pblico as-
caso perb simularienle aten-
"to, la Medic a Antorflo Ma-
ceado y >a Miguel de pamu-
no- ...
No fue una conferencia de
datos bilogrficos. de enumera-
cin de ttulos de obras. Fue
mucho ms lejos. Ofreci la si-
lueta Intelectual de Machado v
la silueta intelectual de Miguel
de Unamuno con una claridad
tan profunda que los hizo com-
prender.
Antonio Machado, el poeta
ms hondo de la Espaa del
novecientos, nos produjo a-
quella impresin que es urgen-
te encontrar en l. El hombre
Machado, silencioso, bueno, dis-
trado a fuerza de ser ntimo,
surgi en las palabras agudas
de Pepe Bergamin. Asi como
la fiereza, la agona formida-
ble de don Miguel.
Entre mis libros encuentro
aquel que titul "Enemigo que
huye." Que tiene esta dedica-
toria:
A Mara Chucen
A ti. esotrica, dedico este libro
polifumo
(el aliento vital empaa tu
espejismo)
polvo, ceniza y nube
o nieve :
_ todo m homo.
Todo es humo y lo mismo.
En ltima instancia. Jos Ber-
gamn es un clsico. Procede de
ia linea de don Francisco O'ue-
vedo y de Gracin.
trY!" *" "E1 cone,e v la *-
i, .yi es "Tres esna
en ngulo recto"; y eso es "El
arte de birlibirloque", explica-
C. ," Pacin sensacional
de la fiesta de toros tal como
la concibe un literato.
En "Enemigo que huye" cons-
ta aqulla "Variacin y fuga de
un fantasma", apoyada en el
Hamlet de Shakespeare, que yo
una vez pens llevar a las ta-
blas del teatro universitario. Fi-
gura en el comienzo un mon-
logo de Hamlet el fantas-
ma sencillamente genial. Es
un Hamlet del siglo XX. que
para todo anhela una explica-
cin. Y. claro es, el humor de
Bergamin hace intervenir en
esa escena de teatro fantstico
y real a Fantomas.
Pero el positivo fantasma de
Hamlet ha de ser Ofelia.
Un recuerdo para Jos Ber-
gamin, en estos das en Parts.
El Ex-Ministro Patino
informe al Ing
emero
rinde un
C. Carbonell
Ofrecemos a continuacin el' racin que se han ejecutado y
informe que el ex-Mlnistro de se estn llevando a cabo en los
Obras Pblicas Ing. Manuel Vir-
gilio Patino, rindi al separarse
de su cargo al Ministro en-
trante Ing. Celso Carbonell:
Seor
Ingeniero Celso A. Carbonell,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
E. 8. D.
Estimado colega y amigo:
Al emprender usted ayer una
jira por toda la Repblica con
el fin de efectuar una inspec-
cin ocular a los trabajos que
edificios pblicos y locales es-
colares para no llenar con de-
talles innecesarios esta carta y
porque sin duda alguna ustea
los podr verificar en cortos
minutos, dada la organizacin
de su despacho.
Merece especial mencin el
Acueducto de Chitr, obra pre-
supuestada en B.50,000.00 y que
se encuentra en proceso de ter-
minacin. Este acueducto servi-
r las comunidades de Chitr,
adelanta el Gobierno, me pa- Lo Santos, Monagnllo y i-a
reqe oportuno dirigirle esta car-
ta para resumir en forma con-
cisa la labor desarrollada du-
rante mi permanencia en ese
Ministerio, la cual en su viaje
usted, estoy seguro, ha tenido
oportunidad de comprobar per-
sonalmente.
Antes que nada, permtame
declarar que con la misma sa-
tisfaccin y orgullo patritico
con que asum esas delicadas
funciones, hoy las abandono al
tener el placer de colocar en
manos de usted el aludido Des-
pacho Administrativo. Hablo de
satisfaccin, porque fruto de
mi gestin ha sido, a pesar de
la difcil situacin fiscal, el
haber concluido,varias obras, el
dejar otras a punto de termi-
narse y algunas Iniciadas, de
acuerdo con el detall que ms
adelante se expresa.
Obras Concluidas
Gimnasio de Lucha Libre,
Mercadlto Popular "del Chorri-
llo, Pavimentacin de la Aveni-
da del Aeropuerto (San Fran-
cisco de la Caleta). Anexo de
las, Escuela de Hall i 2 pabe-
las, Escuela de atti 2 pabe-
llones terminados 20 aulas. Es-
cuela da Pdregal 15 aulas 3 pa
bcllones. Mercado de Chame,
Biblioteca de San Carlos, Es-
cuela de Rio Hato, Unidad Sa-
nitaria de Guarar, Hospital del
Nio en Las Tablas, Unidad Sa-
nitaria de la Atalaya. Casa de:
Pueblo de Nata, Crematorio de
Son, Estadio de Chitr, Edifi-
cio Administrativo Aeropuerto
Enrique Malek en David.
Obras a punto de concluirse
Escuela de Palmas Bellas. Es-
cuela de Chame, Dormitorio d
Artes Mecnicas en Divisa, Es-
cuela de San Francisco de la
Caleta, Estadio de David, Asi-
lo de los Ancianos en David.
Acueducto de Chitr, Bibliote-
ca Nacional, Escuela de Chepi-i
gana.
Obras Iniciadas
Escuela de San Francisco de
Veraguas. Anexo de la Escuelai
de Ariaijrt. Escuela ce Buenos
Aires, La Casa del Periodista,
Cruz Roja de Taboga.
Deseo llamar su atencin ha-
cia el hecho de que en Antn
se ha Instalado una planta
elctrica de hacer bloques con
capacidad para producir 3000
unidades diarlas y sto, a no
dudarlo, ser de gran ayuda y
economa para las obras del
Ministerio. Paso por alto los
innumerables trabajos de repa-
Arena y ha sido tal el cuidado
de su planeamiento y la meti-
culosidad de su ejecucin den-
tro de los limites presupues-
tados, que no creo equivocar-
me al aseverar que cuando Ud.
inaugure esta obra a mediados
de ao se sentir como profe-
sional y como Ministro tan or-
gulloso de ella como satisfechos
y agradecidos los ciudadanos
que la Administracin del Dr.
Arias ha favorecido con esta
obra sanitaria de Impostergable
ejecucin. La labor realizada en
este trabajo ha sido amplia-
mente comentada por la pren-
sa lo mismo que todas las de-
ms actividades del Ministerio,
ya que durante mi gestin bri
a la prensa las puertas del Mi-
nisterio para que se enterara
de todas sus actividades y las
criticara.
rante el dia no permite el pro-
_ I greso de las comunidades sin
Durante el ano largo en que mencionar el alto costo de pro-
fu Ministro de Estado en el duccin del kilowatio, por ser
Despacho de Obras Pblicas, por ej- aceite caro y pequeas las
designacin muy honrosa que i plantas que generan la corrien-
en mi hiciera el Excelentsimo
seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica, Doctor Arnulfo Arlas, me
esforc por orientar bsicamen-
te la poltica del Ministerio ha-
cia la solucin integral de los
problemas fundamentales que
confronta la Nacin en el Ra-
mo de Obras Pblicas. De all
que propugnara por la electri-
ficacin del interior del pas
a base de la energa hidruli-
ca con miras tanto a producir
electricidad barata para el de-
sarrollo de la agricultura y las
industrias, como para poner cor-
tapisa a la exportacin de ca-
pital que hoy sale de la Re-
pblica en concepto de valor
de cimbustibles. Las cien plan-
tas que en la actualidad sirven
a todo el territorio nacional1
producen algo ms de ciento 1
dos millones de kilowatts, por
los cuales el Estado y los ciu-
dadanos pagan alrededor de
B.4,037,000.00 por ao y como
usted sabe en la mayor parte
de nuestras poblaciones interio-
ranas la luz es muy deficiente
y puede decirse que prcticr.-
mente no hay energa disponi-
ble; la falta de corriente du-
i
le. De all que la instalacin de
varias plantas hidrulicas ln-
terconectadas por lineas de al-
ta tensin venga a ser, en mi
humilde opinin, la solucin
ms adecuada y conveniente a
este viejo problema nacional.
Por eso present a la consi-
deracin de la Honorable Asam-
blea Nacional la solicitud del
crdito necesario para sufra-
gar los gastos que pudiera oca-
sionar el estudio y determina-
cin de los Tugares adecuados
para instalar estas centrales
hidrulicas, estudios que se ha-
rtan por parte de tcnicos nor-/
teamerlcanos como una ayuda
a Panam al tenor del Pumo i
ael programa del Presdeme
Truman. Esta Idea mereci
siempre entusiasta acogida y
respaldo del Kxceiemislmo 6r.
Presidente y estoy seguro u
que si usted considera conve-
niente incluirla entre las acti-
vidades del Ministerio noy a su
digno, cargo, estara laborando
en positivo Deneficio de la Re-
pblica.
Por otra parte, fue preocupa-
cin muy profunda ma el de-
sarrollo ordenado de las acu-
vioaaes de la Seccin de Cami-
nos, a fin de nacerle trente al
problema vial en forma satis-
i act orla para los intereses o a
los asociados. La conservacin
de las carreteras existentes y
la construccin de nuevas vas
absorben grandes cantidades da
dinero y precisa planear esto
trabajos en forma econmica.
Es evidente que recortando co-
mo se hizo el gran volumen de
planillas que gravitan sobre los
fondos de Caminos, se pudo lle-
var a cabo una labor ms ex-
tensa y eficiente tanto de con-
servacin como de construccin,
. (Pasa a la Pag. 5, Cal. 4)
AVISO DE CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las diez
en punto de la maana del dia 17 de Marzo del ao en cur-
so, por el suministro de D.D.T. TCNICO para uso de la
Campaa Antlmalrica.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 27 de Febrero de 1951.
Juan J. Rodrigues,
Jefe de Materiales y Compras
Ministerio de Hacienda v Tesoro.
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RT. PANAMA AMFRICA DIARIO INDRFENDTENTR
RAOTWA
Pueden ser slo "transitorios" los
beneficios econmicos de la Amrica
Ornamentos y Vestiduras
de los Sacerdotes
(Continuacin)
Vestidura* del Altar
Manteles y sobremanteles: to-
dos de hilo. Color blanco.
Frontal de tela ordinariamen-
te riqusima que se usa en las
solemnidades y que consiste en
un trozo de tela bordada en
oro del ancho del altar y que
cuelga a modo de rontal.
Utensilios Sagrados
El altar representa el Monte
Calvarlo donde muri Jesucris-
to. En la Misa se ofrece de
un modo incruento. El sacrifi-
cio de la Cruz lu sacrificio
cruento esto es con real derra-
mamiento de sangre. La con-
sagracin del pan y del vino
se hacen por separado aunque
despus de la consagracin es-
t Jesucristo todo entero en
la Hostia y en el Cliz.
El altar propiamente consis-
te en una piedra cuadrangu-
lar de mrmol que se sita en
el centro de lo que el vulgo
llama altar y es Mesa de Al-
tar. Esta piedra ARA tiene en
su centro un sepulcro chiquito
y cuadrangular donde el Obis-
po consagrante del ara deposi-
ta reliquias de mrtires y des-
pus lo sella
Sobre el ara se celebra el Sa-
crificio.
La Crui preside el sacrificio
fe la Misa. Los retablos no per-
enecen prximamente a la li-
turgia sino ms bien son pa-
trimonio del arte religioso. Je-
sucristo Sumo Sacerdote cele-
br su cena en la que Insti-
tuy la Eucarista sobre la Me-
sa del Cenculo sin ms adi-
tamentos y eso es propiamente
el altar.
Candelabros: Han de ser seis
en nmero en el altar mayor.
En los dems altares no es ne-
cesario que haya seis.
El lugar cerrado ordinaria-
mente y elevado donde est si-
tuado el altar mayor se llama:
Presbiterio por estar destinado
a los Presbteros.
El Sagrario es la parte prin-
cipal del Altar consistente en
una urna preciosa de oro, pla-
ta, madera labrada, etc.. don-
de se reserva el Santsimo Sa-
cramento.
La rortii|Mla qu* cubi* su
parte delantera indica que el
Sagrarlo as recubierto encie-
rra la Victima del Altar. En
otros altares puede haber sa-
grarios de adorno o para casos
Imprevistos,
Lo caracterstico del Santsi-
mo y su reserva es la lmpara
que de da y noche en el altar
donde est reservado, sin que
jams se puede apagar o qui-
tar como precepto grave de la
Iglesia. Dicha lmapar ha da
ser de cera pura de abejas;
as como las velas que sirven
para el culto de la Santa Misa.
Las dems pueden ser de cera
Inferior calidad.
. La cera representa la huma-
nidad de Cristo y la llama sim-
boliza su divinidad.
Litrgicamente toda luz que
arde en la Iglesia tiene su ori-
gen en la luz Pascual. El dia
de Pascua de Resurreccin bro-
ta en las Iglesias cristianas la
chispa del pedernal y con la
llama primera Pascual se en-
ciende el Cirio Pascual y con
ste a su vez la lmpara del
Santsimo qu la no apagarte
jams da continuidad en la
Iglesia a la luz Pascual, lla-
mada Luz Nueva.
Los templos -aon los lugares
destinados al culto divino y
pueden ser simplemente Igle-
sias o Baslicas. Las baslicas
se distinguen por su especial
consagracin. En sus muros in-
teriores llevan .cruces prpura
pintadas en nmero de catorce
que sin las estaciones del Via
Crucis. El Obispo las crisma
con el crisma consagrado el
Jueves Santo.
En Roma hay varias Baslicas
la principal es la Baslica Ma-
dre que es la de San Pedro en
el Vaticano residencia Papal.
En el resto del mundo hay
muchsimas desparramadas por
todas las naciones. En Panama
creo que no hay ninguna.
El altar Mayor de la Bas-
lica de San Pedro en Roma re-
cibe el nombre de Altar de la
Confesin. E nel celebra el Pa-
dre Santo en las grandes solem-
nidades.
Lo referente a la distincin
entre clero regular y secular
qued consignado en las notas
que usted tom.
(Continuar)
Ello por razn de
la guerra que se
libra en Corea
NUEVA YORK, Marzo 7 (UP)
Daniel del Rio. Vicepresiden-
te del Central Hanover Bank.
de regreso de un recorrido por
varios pases sudamericanos, de-
clar que los beneficios econ-
micos como resultado de la gue-
para "consultas" no han regre-
sado de ellas.
Mientras, el Politburo del Par-
tido Comunista Eslovaco pidi
oficialmente el "justo castigo"
del Ex-Mlnistro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Vladimir dementis y
otros lderes eslovacos detenidos
recientemente bajo la acusacin
de conjura para derrocar el rgi-
men comunista.
El Consejo Central de Sindica-
tos de Checoeslovacos, tambin
aprob una resolucin pidiendo
los "ms estrictos castigos para
los traidores a las clases trabaja-
dora".
rra de Corea para los pases
latinoamericanos, pueden ser
slo transitorios.
Es indudable", dijo a la
Prensa Unida, "que la mayora
de los pases se estn bene-
ficiando grandemente de la gue-
rra en Corea y de la movili-
zacin iniciada en este pais',
pero, agreg, "existe peligro de
que los beneficios se esfuma-
ren o sufrieran merma frente
al alza de precios de mercan-
cas que paisfes latinoamerica-
nos que necesitan importar de
loa Estados Unidos."
Dijo que aunque es verdad
que los precios han sido con-
gelados, en los Estados Unidos,
la congelacin significar bien
poco si escasea algn producto
urgentemente necesitado en
Amrica Latina.
En esas condiciones, agreg,
el precio que pedir el ex-
portador norteamericano guar-
dar relacin directa con la
demanda del mercado consumi-
dor .81n un rgimen general de
licencias de exportacin es di-
fcil para el gobierno controlar
los precios de los productos eX-
Una gran purga
se anuncia en
Checoeslovaquia
PRAGA, Marzo 7 (UP)--Loa
observadores occidentales aqu
ciijero que creen que vendr
fuerte purga en Checoeslova
quia en los servicios diplomti-
cos de relaciones exteriores des-
pus del arresto del ex-Minis-
tro de Vladimir Clementls.
Dicen que el embajador en
! India, Bohumil Kratochvll, que
abandon su puesto el Jueves,
ha sido de los de suerte de po-
der haber pedido asilo a In-
glaterra, pues ios o^ros emba-
jadores que han sido llamados
Para Caballero....
Acabado de recibir
enorme surtido de
Corbatas
lAJembiey.
Bl. lso
Zapatillas
de entrecasa "Swan*
Suaves como un guante,
en todos tamaos!
LA PARISIN
< Avenida Central 11
Estado Mayor de "grandes cerebros"
fue designado hoy por Eisenhower
Dirigirn todos
los ejrcitos
de los Aliados
PARI8, Marzo 7 (UP). El
Oeneral Eisenhower anunci el
nombramiento de siete miem-
bros de su estado mayor de
"grandes cerebros" de genera-
les y un almirante para diri-
gir el ejrcito del Pacto del
Atlntico, pero pospuso el nom-
bramiento del Comandante Su-
premo.
La lista, que incluye sola-
mente un norteamericano, es la
siguiente: Lugarteniente Oene-
ral Marcel Maurice Carpentier,
del ejrcito francs, jefe de per-
sonal para la administracin.
Vice Oeneral E. C. Huddleston,
de la Real Fuersa Area Bri-
tnica, jefe del personal para
planes; Almirante Ferrante
Capponi, asistente naval italia-
no. Jefe del personal y admi-
nistracin: Mayor General. Sir
portados.
Del Ro visit en su recorri-
do a Per, Chile, Uruguay, Ar-
gentina, Brasil. Dijo que en to-
das notaba notable mejora
econmica en comporacin con
la situacin que exista antes de
la guerra de Corea.
SUFRE DE MALAS
DIGESTIONES?
La salas digu-
(ooo toa muy
kiIciim jr-
I por hu sopor-
tarlas? Haga co-
bo muchas per-
sonas... ,TOME
POSTUM! Loa
arduos Keen
que beber algo
calienie con las
comida facilita la digestin y
POSTUM no contiene calcina al
sustancias nocivas. Es vigorizante.
pues est hecho coa trigo y otroa
cereales saludables, j Pruebe a io-
at POSTUM por slo JO diaa*.
1 juzgue por los raasJtadua.1,
Terence Sidney Alrey, asisten-
te del elrclto britnico. Jefe
del servicio de inteligencia; Ma-
yor General F. W. Festlog. a-
slstente del ejrcito britnico,
jefe de organizacin y entrena-
miento; Mayor Oeneral Pierre
Louis Bodet, asistente de la.
fuerza area francesa, jefe *
poltica de planes y operacio-
nes; Mayor General Edmond K.
Leavey. asistente del ejrcito
norteamericano, jefe de logs-
tica.
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
/MIRCOLES. MAREO T, 1MI
Se incrementar la industria de la caa
Ser destinado un centesimo
del impuesto de la gasolina
para lograr estos objetivos
h ue santionaua por el Poder Ejecutivo la ley que
dicta medidas de gran trascendencia
El rgano Ejecutivo devolvi
la Asamblea Nacional, debi-
damente sancionado la Ley
No. 36 de 27 de Febrero de
1951. por la cual se crean unos
impues'.os y se da una auto-
rizacin al rgano Ejecutivo.
Hemos escogido la Pgina
del Interior para la publica-
cin de dicha ley, por consi-
derar que las comunicades in-
terioranas estn sumamente
Interesadas en ella, ya que
con la aprobacin de la
misma, la industria de la ca-
a recibir una ayuda efecti-
va, contribuyendo asi al de-
sarrollo de dicha industria y
por ende de nuestro interior.
La Asamblea Nacional de
Panam,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que en el Presupuesto Na-
cional de gasto-, correspon-
diente a la vigencia fiscal de
1949, no se asign una suma
para que el Banco Agropecua-
rio e industrial comprara el
alcohol para la manufactura
de alcoholina:...
Que se ha demostrado ple-
namente que el uso de la al-
coholina como combustible ha
dado resultados satisfactorio
en el equipo de gasolina del
Gobierno Nacional y que va a
contribuir al desarrollo econ-
mico del Interior de la Rep-
blica y de la Provincia de Co-
ln en donde se instalarn
plantas productoras de alcohol,
DECRETA:
ARTICULO lo.Autorizase al
rgano Ejecutivo para que a
Eartir de la vigencia de esta
ey destine el producto de la
liauldacln de un centesimo
de balboa del impuesto que se
cobre por derechos de intro-
duccin de gasolina para In-
cluir en el Presupuesto de
Gastos dt la Nacin la suma
equivalente que ser entregada
al Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial con el objeto de In-
crementar la Industria de la
caa de azcar en todo el In-
terior de la Repblica.
ARTICULO 2o.Autorizase al
rgano Ejecutivo para instalar
otra .planta rectificadora en
Coln.
ARTICULO 3o.Autorizase al
Ministerio de Hacienda y Te-
soro para establecer un Im-
puesto de consumo de diez
centesimos de balboas por ca-
ja de lli-o' de 12 litros que se
consuman en el pas. El Eje-
cutivo incluir en el Presu-
puesto de Gastos una partida
equivalente al monto del pro-
ducto de ese Impuesto a fin
de entregar al Banco Agrope-
cuario e Industrial la suma
correspondiente para dedicarla
a la compra de roes manu-
facturados de mieles vrgenes
o directamente de la caa de
azcar y la construccin de
depsitos de envejecimiento en
donde el Banco lo estime con-
veniente para darle el trata-
miento adecuado a esos roes
a fin de que puedan compe-
tir en el comercio exterior a
base de calidad.
'ARTICULO 4o.-Todo alcohol
producido de melaza y'que se'
dedique a la manufactura de
licores, pagar un Impuesto de
diez balboas (B.10.00) por tan-
que de dos cientos 1200) litros.
PARGRAFO: El Impuesto a
que se refiere el articulo an-
terior ser pagado al momen-
to en que se liquiden los de-
ms Impuestos sobre bebidas
alcohlicas.
E Ejecutivo veta proyecto porque
atenta contra la Autonoma Mpal.
SANIDAD RURAL Y AGRICULTURA
NOTA: Este ser un nue-
vo servicio permanente que
establecer esta Pajina del
Interior de "El Panam-Am-
rica", para, beneficio de lo*
Sredactores agrcolas del pas,
era un servicio de inter-con-
sulta mutua. Cualquier art-
culo que usted lea y consi-
dere importante que nuestros
campesinos conozcan su fon-
do, recrtelo y envelo a "El
Panama-America." El Lie.
Guillermo E. Beleo C lo es-
---------- i
Nuestra discusin de ayer
estaba dirigida nicamente al
problema de curacin frente a
enfermedades producidas por
Virus flltrables. las ms dif-
ciles de controlar.
, Dijimos que en el "curar"
&ay algo ms emotivo que
prctico.
: Hoy aseguramos que lo esen-
cial p.'k prevenir estas enfer-
medades. Por lo tanto, lo pri-
mordial es evitar que los uten-
silios y equipos estn infecta-
dos. De aqui que la limpieza
peridica con desinfectantes
fuertes sea muy importante.
Por til
pude hacer a Mo
las laxaitet fuertes!
"Hace dos ifoi le el anuncio de
ustedes del All-Brsn y segu tus
consejos. No he vuelto a tomar,
desde entonce, una
sois pildora o medi-
cina. All-Brsn me.
regulariz perfecta-
mente". Esto escribe
Voluntariamente el
Sr. Frank J. Bsum-
butch, 581 Lathrop
St.. Columbus. O. A usted le puede
ocurrir lo mismo i su estreimien-
to se debe a falta de volumen. To-
me una onza del Mbroso All Bran
cada da y agua en abundancia.
Pronto se sentir otro. Y. ademas.
All Bran lo nutrir, porque es un
alimento, no una medicina.
tudiar y har un extracto
o resunfsk pasa conosnlento
tie nuaswos lectores) Desea
usted safer 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
por contestarla y asi, poco a
poco, estableceremos un so-
lido sistema nter-consulta
mutua en asuntos de agricul-
tura y sanidad rural.
Tanto antes de llegar a un
nuevo lote de animales, como
cuando un lote de animales es
cambiado de un corral a otro.
Prevenir Incluye el dotar el
lote de animales de vacunas
preventivas, y de aqui la im-
portancia de tener un servicio
agrcola municipal.
Mientras llegan respuestas
ms especificas de nuestros
tcnicos, que estamos seguros
no desoirn el llamado y la
consulta de don Alfonso Pino,
de Aguadulce, nosotros segui-
remos tratando el problema en
forma general.
En caso de que su respuesta
no se produzca, entonces Ire-
mos a la consulta directa con
nombres propios. Por supuesto,
la pregunta es abierta a todos
los tcnicos agrcolas del pas
y los del Gobierno sern loa
primeros en sentarse a deli-
near las respuestas.
La vacunacin e lnmunlsa-
cln de los animales antes de
que cualquier cosa ocurra, es
el arma ms segura. Estamos
seguros de que la mayora de
las respuestas coincidirn con
nosotros. Esperamos hacer un
tablero estadstico de las dis-
tintas respuestas para satisfac-
cin de los otros muchos ne-
gociantes en gallinas y cria-
dores que estn pendientes
tambin de cul ser la res-
puesta a un problema que
afecta a tantos.
Tal como lo prometimos en
nuestra edicin del 6 de los
corrientes, publicamos a conti-
nuacin el texto integro del
veto del Ejecutivo a la ley
"Sobre Rgimen Municipal",
por considerarlo de inters p-
blico, y tratarse de un estudio
sumamente Interesante en
dode se exponen las causas
tcnicas y legales que motiva-
ron dicho veto.
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS:
Os devuelvo sin sancionar la
ley "Sobre Rgimen Munici-
pal".
Los motivos que me asisten
para proceder asi son los si-
guientes:
El articulo lo. del proyecto
reproduce, con ligeras varia-
ciones, el contenido de los ar-
tculos 188 y 187 de la Cons-
titucin. En mi concepto, des-
de el punto de vista de la tc-
nica legislativa, cuando se re-
producen en una ley disposi-
ciones de la Constitucin de-
ben copiarse exactamente, ya
que la ms leve variacin en
la redaccin pudiera modificar
el precepto constitucional, tal
como ocurre en este caso don-
de se emplean los trminos
"bienestar general" en sustitu-
cin de "bienestar social', es
algo muy diferente. An cuan-
do ste no es un defecto de
fondo, si lo es de la forma del
articulo citado.
La expresin "contribuya a
ttulos gratuitos" que se usa
en el articulo 2o. del proyecto
es obscura y se presta a con-
fusiones en su aplicacin.
El articulo So. contiene, con
ligera variacin el articulo 5o.
del Decreto Ley No. 27 de 31
de Mayo de 1947. Segn dicho
articulo 6o., "las Corporacio-
nes Municipales que represen-
ten a los Municipios, cuando
actan en nombre, y previsin
de stos, son los que tienen la
capacidad plea de acuerdo con
los preceptos- de la ley, para
adquirir, reivindicar, preservar,
etc. Pero por lo contrario, en
el artculo So. que se comen-
ta, se trata de las Corpora-
ciones o personas representati-
vas de los Municipios, lo cual
da a entender que no sola-
mente se trata de los Conse-
jos Municipales sino tambin
de otras personas jurdicas o
naturales, como Alcaldes. Te-
soreros, Agentes del Ministerio
Pblico, y los simples parti-
culares, si actan como man-
datarios del Concejo. Ello me
parece algo peligroso para los
Intereses municipales. Toda e-
videncla que es preferible la
forma adoptada en el citado
articulo 50. del Decreto Ley
27.
El artculo 4o. del proyecto
me parece Innecesario. A la
luz del articulo 42 de la Cons-
titucin, "toda persona tiene
derecho a presentar peticiones
y quejas respetuosas por mo-
tivo de inters personal y par-
ticular". Los Municipios, como
personas Jurdicas, estn com-
6rendidos en este precepto,
ada impide en la actualidad
al Municipio recurrir contra
actos de autoridad o de ges-
tin emanados de funcionarlos
administrativos nacionales y
que tales funcionarios impug-
nen acuerdos, resoluciones o
actos de los Concejos, con ba-
se en el artculo 202 .de la
Constitucin, ya sea ante la
jurisdiccin ordinaria o ante
lo Contencioso Administrativo
En el articulo 5o. del pro-
yecto se observan varios erro-
res:
lo. La divisin territorial _ac-
actualmente establecida en
el Libro Primero del Cdi-
Hace una serie de extensas
consideraciones en torno al
tema del rgimen Municipal
go Administrativo, no es
cientfica. Be hizo sin te-
ner en cuenta factores
geogrficos, histricos, eco-
nmicos y sociales y es
evidente que no responde
a las necesidades cultura-
les de los ncleos de po-
lacln. No es conveniente
Ijar con rigidez el mismo
nmero de distritos, pro-
vincias y comarcas que de-
ben existir. 81 en algn
tiempo se demuestra que es
necesario cambiar esa es-
tructura, debe cambiarse
Seria conveniente facultar
al Ejecutivo para proceder
a la nueva divisin some-
tida a determinadas bases.
2o. En la parte final del ar-
ticulo se habla de la de-
marcacin del "rea y eji-
do de cada distrito", en
vez de decir de cada po-
blacin urbana que es :o
que probablemente se qui-
so decir, ya que los dis-
tritos, tal como se definen
en el proyecto, no pueden
tener ejidos.
En el articulo 41 dice que
las suspensiones a que se re-
fieren los artculos 39 y 40 se-
rn decretados por los Tribu-
nales competentes y que para
las suspeniones temporales a
que se refiere el articulo 49
se aplicarn las disposiciones
del articulo 25 de dicha Ley. I
Se. advierte que el articulo 23
citado no seala ningn pro-
cedimiento ni dice cuales fun-
cionarios deben conocer de los
casos. Probablemente se quiso
hacer referencia al artculo 26
del proyecto segn el cual "las
suspensiones a que se refieren
los artculos anteriores sern
decretadas por los Concejos
con el voto favorable de las
2.3 partes de sus miembros, si-
guiendo para ello hasta donde
fuere posible, el mismo proce-
dimiento que establece el C-
digo Judicial para el enjuicia-
miento y condena de los Di-
putados a la Asamblea Nacio-
nal".
Nada se dice en relacin con
las faltas y omisiones que no
constituyen delito, pero que
puedan dar lugar a sanciones
disciplinarias, como la multa,
etc. .
El artculo 46 del proyecto
dice que "habr accin popu-
lar ante el Tribunal de lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo en una
sola Instancia para la remo-
cin de Secretarios de los Con-
cejos que no cumplan con sus
funciones en detrimento del
Inters pblico, tales como la
de negarse o poner dificul-
tades a la Inscripcin de par-
tidos polticos".
En este articulo se ignora o
se pretende ignorar que el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Ad-
ministrativo no ha sido creado
para destituir empleados. Su
finalidad es otra, tal como se
expresa en el articulo 252 de
la constitucin de la Rep-
blica, que dice: "la jurisdic-
cin contencioso-admlnlstratl-
va tiene por objeto revisar los
actos, resoluciones, rdenes o
disposiciones de todos los fun-
cionarlos nacionales, provincia-
les, municipales y de las en-
tidades pblicas autnomas,
semi-autnomas, en ejercicio
de sus funciones o con pretex-
to de ejercerlas".
Como se advierte, es incons-
titucional la obligacin que se
impone al Tribunal de lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo para
destituir Secretorios del Con-
cejo. A este respecto debe con-
sultarse la Exposicin de Mo-
tivos del Dr. J. D. Moscote.
El articulo 49 del proyecto
dice que el Tesorero Munici-
pal no puede ser removido si-
no por sentencia ejecutoriada.
Este articulo atenta contra la
autonoma municipal, ya que
el Concejo no podra destituir
a un funcionario negligente o
culpable mientras, no fuer
condenado por un' Juez. Por
otra parte, slo el Tribunal de
lo Contencioso Administrativo
es el que puede decidir si pro-
cede o no la suspensin de un
acto administrativo impugnado
por motivo de Ilegalidad. Es
inconcebible que si un Tesore-
ro Municipal estuviera apro-
pindose indebidamente los
fondos a su cuidado, o no re-
caudara y pagara con verda-
dera eficiencia, el Concejo ten-
dra que tolerarle contra su
! voluntad y con grave perjul-
I co para el Municipio.
Se observa tambin, con re-
lacin a los Tesoreros Muni-
cipales, que a stos no se le
sealan sueldos ni emolumen-
tos.que desde luego, pueden ser
quivaientes a porcentajes se-
gn el monto de las rentas que
mensualmente recauden; o un
sueldo fijo, cuando la recau-
dacin mensual pase de deter-
minadas sumas. Pero a condi-
cin de que no cobren por-
centaje sobre el producto de
las ventas de fincas, fbricas
u otros bienes de gran valor
que pertenezcan al Municipio.
El ordinal e) del articulo t3
trata de las empresas mercan-
tiles, industriales o comercia-
les pertenecientes al Municipio.
No me explico qu diferencia
SED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
MUEBLERA
"LA COMPETIDORA"
Avisamos a nuestros clientes y al pblico en
general que la seora HILDA MARIA GORDON ha
dejado de ser empleada de esta casa y que, por
lo tanto, no reconoceremos a partir de esta fecha,
ningn pago o cualquiera otra transaccin que se
Haga con dicha seora. .
Panam, 6 de Marzo de 1951
ifi3tb*:
lc&*
em
(DEFIENDA
SU CASA CON
LYSOL!
lYSOt ayuda a defender su casa
contra enfermedades y
contagios!
IVSOl es el desinfectante por
excelencia!
ITSot extermina los microbios! /
ITtoi es seis veces ms poderoso
que otros desinfectantes!
(Coda vez ese lave... infecte CM
hay entre lo mercantil y lo
comercial.
El numeral ^23 del articulo
69 trata de los espectculos
pblicos cuyas entradas pue-
den ser gravadas por el Mu-
nicipio, pero no se hace men-
cin de los espectculos de esa
clase que se celebren sin ni-
mo de lucro.
El pargrafo de dicho ar-
ticulo trata de la aplicacin
especial de un porcentaje d'-'l
producto de la renta del co-
mercio al por menor, para fi-
nes especficos, sin tomar en
cuenta que los Municipios tie-
nen que destinar porcentajes
de sus rentas a educacin, hi-
giene, etc.
El articulo 90 concede un
porcentaje del impuesto de in-
muebles a unos Municipios y
la totalidad del impuesto
cuando la renta sea menor de
B.50,000.00 anuales. SI este ar-
ticulo rigiera tendra que mo-
dificarse inmediatamente el
Presupuesto de Rentas y Gas-
tos Nacional. De Igual manera
el articulo 91 concede a los
Municipios el impuesto de de-
gello de ganado en el res-
pectivo territorio. El impuesto
de deguelo es una de las ren-
tas apreclables con que la Na-
cin atiende sus gastos. Se
causara un grave desequili-
brio en el Presupuesto Nacio-
nal, y por otra parte no se
aliviarla la situacin de algu-
nos Municipios donde se sa-
crifica un exiguo nmero de
animales.
Entre las atribuciones de los
Gobernadores contenidas en
el articulo 150 del proyecto,
se les seala la de conocer en
segunda Instancia los recursos
de apelacin y de hecho en los
Juicios de polica correccional
de que conocen los Alcaldes,
Pero nada se dice en dicha1
disposicin del conocimiento
en segunda instancia en ma-
teria de controversias civiles
de polica >y de otras resoluclo-
es que puedan dictar los fun-
cionarlos administrativos en
casos urgentes para garanti-
zar los Intereses de la comu-
nidad y de las personas pri-
vadas, con base en los artcu-
los 1729 y 1730 del Cdigo Ad-
ministrativo. De tal manera
esta enumeracin del proyecto
de ley es Incompleta.
Se observa que el capitulo
7o. de esta ley sobre Rgimen
Municipal trata sobre el Rgi-
men Comarcano Indgena.
En mi concepto es Innece-
sario el artculo 152 ya que
para llenar los fines de que
tratan las artculos 94 y 95
de la Constitucin es necesa-
rio desarrollar esas disposicio-
nes por ley especial y esta-
blecer una jurisdiccin .espe-
cial en las comarcas |"rt|
Esto no es materle de Rgi-
men Municipal.
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS.
Arnulfo Arias.
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia,
Jos C. de Obaldia.
Panam, 23 de Febrero de
1961.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Fardo, bulto.
5Dos.
P.Uva seca.
12Sacerdote hebreo, Inv.
13Amarro.
14Cocinar en seco.
15Dote de armas.
16Como el ncar.
18 Estante.
20Avarientos.
21Del verbo catar, Inv.
22Preposicin.
23Balcones, menos b.
26Sala de recepciones.
30Exclamacin.
31Signo del Zodiaco. .
33Demostrativo.
34Zarcillo.
36Vientos de oriente.
38poca.
40Tuve temores.
41Dar olor agradable.
44--(sos pequeos.
47Indisposicin fsica.
49Infusin calmante.
30 Recitar plegarlas.
51Demostrativo.
Pagina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
Se oficia misa por
la salud de don
A. Allamirano Duque
CHEPO, Marzo 7. (Corres-
ponsal). Con motivo de ha-
berse recibido noticias de en-
contrarse en estado de suma
gravedad en los Estados Uni-
dos de Amrica, el Joven Don
Adolfo Altamlrano Duque, nie-
to de Don Toms G. Duque y
su distinguida esposa Doa
Mara Von Llndemman de Du-
que personas altamente apre-
ciadas y estimadas en Chepo,
se ofici en la Iglesia Parro-
quial de San Cristbal, una
misa solemne por la salud del
distinguido enfermo. La misa
fu celebrada por el Reveren-
do Sacerdote Venancio Fenosa
Pascual, las naves de la Igle-
sia estaban llenas de devotos
quienes con devocin cristiana
y fe en San Cristbal elevaron
sus preces al Todopoderoso por
la salud' del joven Altamlrano
Duque.
52Algas filamentosas.
53Flor.
54Sirve para pedir auxilio.
55Desabrida.
l.aa "El Aviso Oportuno'
6 mottmpm 4 4<*Aor *Uce
si UVAS lo piso, desin-
fecte lot COD LYSOLt
Agregue Dt cucharadas~de
LYSOL 5 litros dc (gut.
LYSOL e inofensivo para
pinturas, birnicaao linleo.
ai luanas tu cocina, lbrela
da microbio* COB LYSOLt
Aunqu* lo disuelva en
much agua. LYSOL no
pierde u enorme poder
desinfectante.
IVSCH es el desinfectante
etnctmrt, de accin
jabonosa, que extermina
los Microbio! y limeta, al
mismo tiempo.
Punzadas
como
pualadas
Rigidez de las
articulaciones.
Es sabido que el exceso
de cido rico es la causa
ms frecuente de los do-
lores e inflamaciones que
atacan las coyunturas.
Los microscpicos cris-
tales de cido rico pre-
sentan el aspecto de
trozos de vidrio.
Es fcil comprender como
irritan y laceran lea tejidos de
lava articulaciones.
Las Plldoraa De Witt pan lea
Riflooes y la Ve jig se elaboran
HSlrisimente para combatir
estai dolores.
Por u accin directa sobre lea
ronesimportantes rganos de
eliminacinfacilitan la expul-
sin del exceso de impurezas,
talca como los cristales de cido
Arico.
Las Pildoras De Witt sen an
medicamento fcil de tomar.
Cincnonto anos de xito toa an
mejor recomendacin.
En frascos de dos ta manis,
roo 40 y 100 pildoras.
Pildoras DE WITT
AA LOJ.INON!5 T O A
VERTICALES:
1Emitir su voz los pollos.
2Del verbo abrir.
3Puerto del Golfo de Mxico.
4Baile de los Indios cubanos,.
5Curalotodo.
6Amarra.
7Piedras muy duras.
8Rio de la Amrica del Sur.
9Agarrar.
10Saludable.
11Circuios de metal o madera
17Dioles aviso.
H>Las que cuidan del
santuario. |
23Rey de Hungra.
24Dios romano del hogaft
25Posesivo, Pl.
27Que ablanda y suaviza.
28Plantigrado.
29Nosotros.
32Partes mviles de los
motores.
35Del verbo temer.
37Vestiduras sacerdotales.
39Las bellas son cinco.
41Pasin.
42Poco corriente.
43Ondulaciones del mar.
43Igual al 43 Vertical.
46Igual al 55 Horizontal.
48Del verbo asar.
~~SOLUCIN OH AK
non anona ibii
WO'J HQUOU HHD
V LIA .D 01
ORATES
l'Jfl.1 W<]\ IM'1
WJM HOF1 rjnWNO
PO rJHnOHID&l HH
inwnn nan an~
M'UJHO HUM
nouout! UBOCJHU
LJOU Uia-JHM UiJIO
non nnnnu ribo
^umufe,
Estt es el brindis de los
que conocen el benfico
erecto de SAL HEPTICA!
... y des cucriaraditas de
SAL HEPTICA, veso de eus, sen un*
bebida agradable qass
laxe con susvidsd, gran
eficacia y rapidez. Les
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
resultan muy econmicas.
Compre el temarlo mayor.
,




MIRCOLES. MARZO 7, 1M1

EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
pagina cinco:
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rseaaccn Social
del PANAMA AMERICA
'telefono I-31U
ORAS: l:M a 10:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Buffet en la Embajada
del o Estados Unidos
Ln Encargado ae Negocios de
la Embajaaa de los Estados
unidos, seor Murray M. Wise
y seora Edith de Wise ofrecen
esta noche un Buffet en su re-
sidencia en La Cresta, en honor
del vice-Presldenle de la Elec-
irlc Bond and Share, seor J.
H Moseley y seora, quienes ae
encuentran actualmente en nes
tra capital.
Almuerzo Campestre -
Para despedir a la seorita
Stephanie Hoye quien ] se en-
, cuentra pasando ua tempera-
da en Panama husped de la se-
ora Adela O. de Sosa, las se-
orita Elida Maria A de Zu-
bleta y Julieta A. de Moses
olrecleron hoy un almueizo ctm
peltre en El Limn.
Cocktail de Despedida
Para despedir al Profesor
Sidney Cox y seora Alice de
Cox quienes regresaron ayer a
ios Eatadoa Unidos, ia seora
Elisa Maria E. de Heurtematt;
ofreci el lunes un cocktail en
su residencia en Bella Vista
Comida
El seor Aquilino Boyd y se-
ora Dora B. de Brln ofrecieron
anoche una comida en su resi-
dencia para despedir al seor
femando Eleta, quien sigue pr-
ximamente para Rio de Janei-
ro,
encuentran pasando varios diaa
en el Hotel El Panam.
De Chirloui
Despula de haber pasado una
temporada en Er Volcn, se en-,
cuentra de nuevo en la capital i
el seor Francis Escofery y
seora Elena de Escoffery. Los
i-aludamos.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Enriqueta R. de Alemn
Seora Nitzia C. de Martin
Ing. Toms Ouardla Jr.
Regresaron ayer da Boquete
en donde pasaron varios das
la seora Adela C. de Sosa y las
seoritas Stephanie Hoye y Ru-
li y Emilia Ehrman. Las salu-
damos.
Advenimiento
(Muestras congratulaciones pa-
ja el seor Vicente Lara Jr y
seora Elisa Arosemena de La-
ra, por el advenimiento de pri-
morosas melllzas ocurrido ayer
en la Clnica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Elisia J. de Sosa
Seora Gladys G. de Vilar
Seorita Luz Maria Fbrega
Seor Camilo A. Porras
Ing. Tomas Ouardla
Lie. Manuel P. Rodriguez
Nia Nina Helvetia del Car-
men Fierro del Busto.
Luisa F. de Lima Young
Almuerzo en el Golf
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Graciela
Prld Dutari quien contraer
matrimonio prximamente, las
seoras Graciela O. de Moreno
y Amelita L. de Gasteazoro ofre-
cieron ayer un almuerzo en el
Club de Golf.
T
La seora Ileana C de Roy
y la seorita Lela Angulzola,
otrecen hoy un T en la resi-
dencia de la seora do Roy, pa-
ra agasajar al a seorita Ana-
jla Arango, quien contraer ma-
trimonio la semana entrante.
Almuerzo en El Panam
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amigos el seor George Wln-
gulst ofreci hoy un almuerzo
en el Hotel El Panam.
Compromiso de Matrimonio
En la residencia del Capitn
Aurelio Jan F., y seora Ale-
jandrina O. de Jan se llev a
rabo en diaa pasados el com-
promiso do matrimonio de su
hiji seorita Nidia Victoria Jan
con el caballero norteamerica-
no seor Carey E. Atkins, hijo
del seor Luther G. Atklns y
seora Flora Ann de Atklns.
Para Cuba
Despedimos atentamente al
Dr. Octavio Mndez Perelra y
seora Luz G. de Mndez, quie-
nes siguieron hoy para La Ha-
bana.
Para Centro Amrica
Siguieron ayer para Nicara-
gua y Costa Rica en donde pa-
sarn una temporada visitan-
do a sus familiares el seor Lio-
nel Moses y seora Ligia Soto
de Moses. Grato paseo les de-
seamos.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos atentamente al
vicepresidente de la Electric
Bond and Share, seor J. H.
Moseley y seora, quienes se
encuentran pasando una corta
temporada en Panam, hospe-
dado en el Hotel El Panama.
DEBATAN
rea, advirtieran que ms de
cien mjl nuevos soldados chinos
estaban frente a las lineas a-
lladas.
El regimiento de la sptima
divisin surcoreana inform, a
las seis de la maana, que es-
taba "bajo la intensa presin'
de cuatro regimiento rojos, al-
rededor de 4,000 soldados, a unos
tres kilmetros al sur de Soksa
y cerca de 10 kilmetros al
noreste de Amidong. Se han re-
cibido pocos detalles sobre el
ataque, pero las fuerzas repu-
blicanas pidieron a la aviacin
ya la artillera norteamerica-
nas que Iniciaran los bombar-
deos para ayudarla a conte-
ner el avance rojo. Al igual que
en las ofensivas anteriores, lo
comunistas lanzaron enormes
conthigentes de hombres con-
tra loa surcoreano con la es-
peranza de abrir una brecha
m.r. dar V "aste definitiva-
mente con la ofensiva aliada.
AvisoJcaT
gDICTO IMFLAZATOtlO
i. ',""\a ""* Seet-loaal df Trbi-
Jf rt-r..*.t..tC ProdurU J\AhZe\H
fi" L,u "r*t* I Ju.r.do a
I rnenclon.d. OrnipaA. .n ]. n.m.r,.
q .* I"0""' ea iu contra I
irSor John Northpole.
Se advierte I emplaeado de n0
rompareeer .1 Ju.a.do rf.ntro dl Ur.
ramo trllnll dlii. coudo. partir
-.." publicacin da ..le adieto,
fungir i reprnentaclon da la "Pro-
duct., of Th, Se. Co'', el .tr l,p,e.
tor en.ral dt Trabajo coa ouicn M -
cuir* al curio del jaldo.
' Por unto, it fija I prc.cnta adicto
an lua.r visible del Dtisaehn da la .-
cretirlt del Tribunal, no; velntltt. da
Febrero de Bill noveelento. rlnrumta
uno, nor I termino dt ocho dial, y co.
I'i da ..te adicto at It entreat al In.
i.rt.ado para oca lo publique por do.
vece, en un peridico dt la localidad r
una a. tn la (acata Oficial.
Kl Ju.j.
OCTAVIO M ALVARADO.
Rl SeeraUrio,
LU 1 MABO.ITK, B
Para un lustre brillante
RELIGIOSAS
Solemne Triduo en honor del
Santo Cristo del Perdn en
la Iglesia de San Jos.
En los das, 7, 8 y 8 se cele-
brar un solemne Triduo en
honor del Santo Cristo del Per-
dn que se venera con tanta
devocin en Ha Iglesia de San
Jos, A las 7 a.m. se cantar
lost res dias la Misa en su pro-
pio altar; a laa 7.SO p.m. Ejer-
cicio propio, sermn y bendl-l
clon con el Santsimo Sacra-
mento.
Invitamos cordialmente por
este medio a todos los devotos
de Jess Crucificado a estos so-
lemnes cultos en honor del San-
to Cristo del Perdn.
Do Vacaciones
La gentil Srta. Leonor Cristi-
na Robles B. en viaje de vaca-
ciones a la vecina Repblica de
Costa Rica. Feliz temporada en
tierra tica le deseamos.
De Costa Rica
Procedente de San Jos, se
encuentra entre nosotros visi-
tando a sus familiares el seor
Alfredo Sasso Robles. Orata es-
tada le deseamos.
De Puerto Rico
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Salvador Quiones y se-
ora Carmen de Quiones, quie-
nes procedente de San Juan, se
44SP
La marca
de calidad
PARA CAMPO O PLAYA
JUEGOS de CABANA
(Cabana Seto)
pira nios, nias y mami tambin .
pintadas y diseadas
con preciosos motivos tropicales!
o SHORTS o JUEGOS DE PEDAL PUSHERS
JUEGOS DE SLACKS VESTIDOS DE BAO
Calle 3 No. 5 Vista Sel Mar

El Ex-Ministro
aunque en la prctica tal me-
dida choc violentamente con
intereses creados de diversa n-
dole.
A base de los estudios cen-
sales se proyect una serle de
caminos de penetracin por los
cuales ha .venido clamando .a
economa nacional, con el ob-
jeto de que las regiones agr-
colas puedan traer sus produc-
tos hasta los mercados. De all
que decidiera recomendar el si-
guiente plan de trabajo para
el ao en curso, plan que en
principio mereci la aprobacin
del ciudadano Presidente:
Seccin "A"
Terminacin de los trabajos
del Retiro de Matias Hernn-
dez; Terminacin cortes en El
Buen Pastor; Terminacin Ca-j
He 50 hasta la Via Bellsario!
Porras; Puente entre Vista Her-!
mosa y la transistmlca; Termi-!
nacin plan trabajos de Tabo- i
a; Terminacin calles Vista!
legre (Mlrafloresi; Mejoras'
carretera Cerro Azul, Cerro Je-'
re, Mandinga; Mejoras calles;
Pedregallto; Mejoras Camino!
Puerto "La Capitana"; Termi-
nacin camino Playa del Ve-
nado (Arraijn); Terminado;
camino La Laguna; Construc-
cin camino Laguna. Valle Chi-
quito, Carretera Central, El Va-
ll; Construccin Camino Lagu-
na Sor (paso i; Terminacin
del Camino de Pajonal; Cons-
truccin Puente Rio Guayabo en
el Valle de Antn; Construc-
cin puente Rio Antn en el
camino de la Colonia en el Vi-
ne; Apertura del camino de
Santa Rita a Portobelo pasan-
do por Cerro Brujo; Reparacio-
nes camino y alcantarillas ca-
mino Pia-Salud; Mejoras Ca-,
mino Limn; Construccin a-
celtada superficie camino Nue-l
vo San Juan; Mejoras camino
de Escobal; Construccin de,
dos puentes de 50' en los Ros
Lagarto y Salud; Rehabilitacin I
de una cantera en Coln; Re-1
paracin camino Palmas Be-
llas.
Caminos Vecinas por Conservar
Carretera Juan Daz, Cante-
ra Matias Hernndez 500 M;
Chepo, Cerro Azul 11 k. 840 M.;
Chepo, Eutib 7 K.; Chepo, Pa-
cora 2 K.; Central, Vita, Bl-
que 2 K.; Central, Puerto Cai-
mito (Chorrera) s K.; Central,
Santa Cruz g'K.; Central Cer-
meo 5 K.; Central, Nuevo Em-
perador 22 K.; Central, Santa
Rita 13 K.; Central Las Ollas 3
K.; Central, Ldlce 4 K.; Cen-
tral, Campana 7 K.; Cenital,
Pto. La Loma 6 K.; Central,
Lbano 3 K.; Central, Sora 4
K.; Central, Cabuya 4 K.; cen-
tral, Gorgona 3 K.; Central, La
Laguna 18 K.; Central, l Valle
28 k.; Central, La Ermita 3
K.; Central, La Venta a K.
Seccin "B"
Terminacin irrigacin Zona
A en El Cao, 900 Kts.; Me-
joras al camino del Cao; Ter-
minacin camino de Pajonal-
Mejoras Calles de Rio Grande;
Arreglo del camino del Cristo
(Aguadulce); Reparaciones pa-
vimento camino La" Pintada;
Mejoras del camino del Cope,
Pavimentacin del camino de
SabanaRrande; Terminacin de
los puentes de Purio y Maria-
be; Construccin camino Las
Tablas, valle Rico; Apertura
camino Valle Rlquito; Camino
Ocu El Ciruelo; Terminacin
del Camino de Los Pozos- Arre-
glo y montaje de una cantera
en el camino de San Francisco
de Veraguas; Terminacin mo-
vimiento de tierra en el cami-
no de La Mesa a Caazas; Me-
joras al camino de Las Palmas':
Construccin del camino a l
Colorada: Camino Santa Fe
Caminos Vecinales por '
Conservar
Central, Garicn; Central, El
Marino, Cop; Central. Ola;
Central, El Cristo; Central Sa-
"tro: Central, Jagulto', El
Sanchez, Llano Santo, Calobre;
Central, La Candelaria; La Co-
lonia, Juan Hombrn 7 Km
El Puerto li Km, Faralln 3
Km.; La Hindlcada 5 Km El
Chlr 2 Km.; El Ouineo^ km
fas Guias 6 Km.; Los Naran-
jos 4 Km.; Santa Rita va Buen
TU-o 7 Km.; Juan Diaz 3 Km ;
El Jobo 5 Km. El Retiro 6 Km-
Boca de Rio Hato 4 Km.; Cen-
tral. Pese: Los Pozos; Central
.Sabanagrande Arriba, Macara-
cas; Pes, Divisa; Rincn; Po-
tuga; Paris; Chltr, Puertl
Gallito; Chltr, Boca del Ro
Parita; Los Santos, Llano Lar-
go; Macaracas, Las Guabas;
Sabanagrande Arriba; Guarare
Arriba; Los Santos, Guayabal,
Quarar, Bella Vista y La Enea.
Guarar, Pasera y Perales; Las
Tablas, Pea Blanca; Las Ta-
blas, La Tiza; Las Tablas; Puer-
to Mensab; Guarar, Puerto;
Central, San Jos; Pedasi, Puer-
to ;Los Santos, Monagre; Los
Santos, La Colorada; Las Huer-
tas Arriba y Las Huertas Aba-
Jo; Central, La Espigadilla; Cen-
tral. El Dormiln; Macaracas,
El Corozal y Baha Honda; Ma-
caracas, La Mesa" Guarar, Las
Trancas; Pedasi, El Paraso; Pe-
dasi, Lajamlna; Pocri, La Ye-
guada; Pes, Esqulgulta; Pes.
La Arenlta y Las Cabras; Pes,
La Mesa, rinldad Oc; Pese,
El Jazmn y Los Santos; Pes,
La Candelaria; Pes, Sabana-
grande; Pos, Los Pozos y Se-
rrla; Santiago, MontJJus 20
Kms.; Atalaya-Ponuga 30 Kms.;
Central, La Mesa 18 Kms.; La
Mesa, caazas 16 Kms.; Cen-
tral Las Palmas 16 Km.; Ca*
aza, Calabacitos 6 Kms.; Cen-
tral La Pea 3 Kms.; Central,
Rio de Jess 8 Kms.; Central
Los Castillos 4 Kms.; Central,
Central, Llano Grande 4 Kms.;
Central, olrique 3 Kms.; San
Francisco, Panamas 12 Kms.;
Santiago, Nancito 5 Kms.; Cen-
tral, Llano Largo 5 Kms.; Rio
de Jess, Puerto Ola & Kms.;
Santiago, Soledad 4 Kms.; San-
tiago, La Colorada 8 Kms.; San
Francisco, Santa Fe 38 Kms.
Por lo que respecta al plan
de trabajo en la 8eccin "C"
3ue cubre los 400 kilmetros
e carretera central y los in-
numerables caminos vecinas, lo
omito de esta somera resea
para no alargar ms lo que ya
se est convirtlendo en una ex-
tensa carta. Sin embargo, re-
cuerde usted que la Provincia
de Chirlqui es la de mayor
potencialidad econmica de la
Repblica y de all el Justifi-
cado inters que por todas Jas
obras que all se ejecutan ex-
perimenta el ciudadano Presi-
dente. En Chirlqui es donde se
est trabajando con mayor In-
tensidad y estoy en la seguri-
dad de que usted asi lo ha ve-
rificado en su reciente visita
a esa importante seccin del
pas.
En materia de carretera, se
inici por licitacin pblica la
prolongacin de la de Rio A-
bajo hacia Juan Daz (7 Kmts.
de concreto de 4 viasi, de Bo-
quete-Almirante, de Santa Ri-
ta a Portobelo y de Las Ta-
blas a Tonos. En Boquete se
construy el primer puente de
arco rgido con que cuenta la
Repblica y actualmente la
Seccin de Caminos esta ar-
mando la estructura de acero
que cruza el Rio Caldera en
la linea hacia Bocas del Toro,
as como tambin el puente de
Purio y Marlab en la linea
de Las Tablas y Pedasi y los
puentes sbrenlos ros Lagarto
y~Salud (Coln). En el cami-
no de La Concepcin a Dlval
se adelanta la construccin del
puente sobre la Quebrada Los
Patos y en el de Cerro de
Punta a la Garita se han ini-
ciado los trbalos de un puen-
te colgante sobre el rio Chi-
rlqui viejo.
A travs de mi ao largo al
frente del Ministerio, pude
darme cuenta de que laa fuer-
as que mas se oponen a la
abor constructiva del Gobier-
no en el Ramo de Obras P-
blicas, son la exagerada can-
tidad de solicitudes de toda
clase de trabajos para los cua-
les no se cuenta con los dine-
ros necesarios ni con las par-
tidas aprobadas en el Presu-
puesto, por un parte, y por
otra, la lentitud en el sumi-
nistro de materiales que obe-
dece a un proceso legal y co-
rrecto, pero inconveniente y
perjudicial, porque con fre-
cuencia grandes sumas de di-
nero se gastan en planillas de
obreros que no laboran por
falta de materiales. Por otra
parte, el estado desastroso en
que se encuentra el equipo pe-
sado de caminos lo imposibi-
lita para rendir la labor que
de l se espera. La solucin de
este problema h.. de encon-
trarse en una franca y estric-
ta cooperacin con la Contra-
loria General de la Repbli-
ca, organismo que por man-
dato constitucional y legal su-
perviglla y fiscaliza estas acti-
vidades. He de recordar a us-
ted tambin en este momento
ove por considralo econmico,
etico y conveniente, propuse al
Consejo de Gabinete y a !a
Honorable Asamblea Nacional
FELICITACIN
REUNION DE LA CHILANCO. Almuerzo of
de vapores do la United Fruit Company, en ho
sa en Boston, Massachusett. De isqulerda a
bla: Henry Forest, de Almirante, Panam; Jo
dientas. Cristbal, C. Z.; Louis S. Sisto, de Bos
Charles Aeree, de Panam; Ross McElroy, de
Iuil, Ecuador; John G. Spiller, de (iolfito, Cos
osta Rica, y Edward F. gpence Jr., de Almir
recldo en el Golf Club por John Gorln, agente
nor de Louls S. Sisto, contralor de esta empre-
derecha, Eustace Hall, de Santa Marta, Coloro -
hn Gorin. de Panam, R. de P.; William Mid-
ton, Mass.; William Adams, Cristbal, C. Z.;
Puerto Armuelles; Richard Gordon, de Guaya-
ta Rica; Hubert L. Duplantis, de Puerto Limn,
ante.
la eliminacin de las Seccio-
nes de Contabilidad y de Fis-
calizacin del Ministerio de O-
bras Pblicas porque la prc-
tica demostr la inconvenien-
cia de duplicar los registros de
contabilidad y la inoperante
realidad de la auto-lacalbsa-
cln. En vez de la seccin Ge-
neral de Contabilidad se crea-
ron dos pequeos departamen-
tos de Costos en Caminos y
n Construcciones, los que has-
ta ahora van dando los resul-
tados que de ellos se espera-
ban.
Me toc en suerte ser el Pre-
sidente Permanente de la Pri-
mera Conferencia de Ministros
de Obras Pblicas de Centro
Amrica y Panam, reunida en
esta ciudad durante el mes de
Marzo de 1950, con el fli He
abordar los problemas de la
carretera interamenc&nu y
echar las bases para conver-
tir en tangible realidad tan
magna obra. Felizmente los a-
cuerdos que se adoptaron han
dado magnficos resultados,
hasta el extremo de que no de-
mora en llegar el da en que
se iniciarn los trabajos .le
dicha carretera, tan necesaria
para el desarrollo de la Rep-
blica y lazo de acercamiento
con todas las hermanas Rep-
blicas del Continente.
Serla inconclusa toda resea
de las labores de este Minis-
terio, si no se dijera algo de
la importante labor realizada
por la Seccin de Cartografa
la cual, mediante planos topo-
grficos adecuados, cooper
eficazmente al xito del Cen-
so y tiene ya levantado gran
parte del total de los distin-
tas distritos v corregimientos
de la Repblica. Motivo de
hondo agradecimiento por par-
te del Gobierno fu el recibo
dlos planos y datos del tra-
bajo de triangulacin de la
Repblica, llevado a cabo pol-
la Coast Geodetic survey de los
Estados Unidos. Contamos
Cues, con la red principal de
rlangulacln y en el futuro
le corresponder al Ministerio
de Obras Pblicas continuar
con todas las redes secunda-
rlas de triangulacin que se
necesite confeccionar para el
levantamiento del mapa de
Panam. Este trabajo qde cos-
t varios millones de balboas
no le caus erogacin alguna
al Fisco Nacional.
En un plan de cooperacin
con el Ministerio de Agricultu-
ra, Comercio e Industrias, se
inici el proyecto de irrigacin
de mil hectreas de terreno de
ias llanuras del Olivo, en El Ca-
o, Distrito de Nata, tomando
el agua necesaita del Rio Gran-
de mediante al efecto. Esta obra
se encuentra actualmente ter-
minada en un 70% y como
quiera quel os terrenos fueron
cientficamente analizados por
tcnicos del Departamento de
Agricultura, tendr a no dudar-
lo un xito completo cuando all
W delicia!
. porque tengo una
madrecita que escoge lo
mejor para m... Aceito
Johnson, que conserva
j J1 la piel libre de rozaduras
-- 1 irritaciones
...y Jabn
Johnson, suave, puro,
espumoso, refrescante.
ACEITE
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
1 majar par al mint .
se Inicien las faenas agrcolas ,
cntrcl os agricultores del lugar.
Es de especial inters hacer no-
tar que la actual Irrigacin
aunque slo cubre una superfi-
cie de mil hectreas est dise-
ada para beneficiar Igual o
mayor extensin en el mismo
distrito.
Aunque personalmente hice
entrega a usted del Ministerio
ue Obras Pblicas, he credo!
conveniente hacer la explicacin]
anterior con ocasin de que muy
en breve abandonar el pala pa-
ra Ir a cumplir misin que me
ha condado el Jefe del Estado j
por Intermedio de! Ministerio ot
Obras Pblicas al digno cargo
de usted, primero en la Conven- i
clon de la American Road Bull-
ders Association que se celebra-
r en Milwaukee, E.U.A. duran- I
e los dias 12, 13 y 14 de los co-
rrientes y luego como Asesor
del Doctor Carlos N. Brln, Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
en la Conferencia de Cancilleres!
de Amrica que se celebrar
prximamente.
Antes de terminar permta-
me usted que lo felicite caluro-
samente por el nombramiento
con que lo ha distinguido el Ex-
celentsimo Seor Presidente de
la Repblica y que le exires% la
confianza plena que abriga de;
que Inspirado en los altos Inte-
reses del pas, usted llevar
adelante el programa de Obra.
Pblicas que se ha trazado el
rimer Magistrado de la CCaclr..
concluyendo no slo la modesta
labor Iniciada por mi sino ex-
tendiendo su radio de accin
para cumplir con creces la
muestra de oonfianza cm que
ha sido usted distinguido y que
toda la ciudadana aplaude.
Oportunamente informar a
usted seor Mlnlotro y al Exce-
lentsimo Seor PrceKIento de
u ReiUlca el resultado de las
Gestiones que en pro de los in-
tereses iy- nu.. :ro pas me lle-
van a los Estados Unidos, non-,
rosa designacin que agradezco.
Termino esta carta reiteran-1
do mi ms ferviente vot<\ por!
el xito brillante de usted all
frente de las delicadas fundo-'
ues que le han sido encomenta- i
das y hago propicia la ocasin
para expresar que con el mayor
gusto estar dispuesto a sumi-
nistrar al seor Ministro cua-
lesquiera aclaracin o amplia-
cin con respecto a los trmi-
nos de la presente.
Soy de usted servidor y amigo
Manuel V. Patino.
Hasta Aguadulce donde sa
encuentra gozando de merc-
elas vacaciones hacemos lleg. r
m.e-.tras felicitr.ciones a le. S
Enriqueta F. De Len, r; r.i el
da 10 del mes pasado rec
de la Escuela Prctica de Co-
me, co su diploma ..e la acre
dita cerno mecan' -pfa. Apro-
vechamos para fc.c.tarla en su
cumpleaos que tiene lugar ma-
ana Jueves.
LOS MINORISTAS......'
vista sobre la causa del alza de
los precios, v la Junta decidi
celebrar maana a las 9 de 1A
maana, en el saln de sesiones
del Consejo Nacional de Econo-
ma en los altos del Seguro So-
cial, una reunin Junto con loa-
mayoristas, para que stos ex-
pongan sus puntos de vista.
El seor Don Max Heurtema-
tte nos Inform que 48 horai
despus de la reunin de maa-
na, se tomarn todas las medi-
das necesarias para abaratar el
costo de la vida, estableciendo
una ganancia legal tanto para
el mayorista como el mlnorlsia,-
sin afectar los intereses del con-
sumidor.
(IovWoh 4-dOtWOH
Aqu llano usted
un desayuno para un rey
Jug* fntm
ANQUIQUfS AUNT JMIMA
Mantaaulll Sfe*p* Taclaata
CaM
I* tan (ni preparar loa Panqut-
quti Aunt Jtmia. j aoo aiemprt
(ualcs. literoi, ubroioi j ricoi.
Lo ruco que hr que hacer ea re-
gf pane i|ualea de leche o *'
* la rcela mtaica da Aunt Jemima
y bat* haau qua la aneada queda
SOOVOj Eatoocea *t alerta obre una
aartea caliente anuda coa ran j
ae dora por aiboi ladoi. M-m,
m-n-m-n-n-m, qu rebueno toa.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
VflLLE VFRD<
es una leche
excelente
'ALLfc VfcHC
cada vaso
es una
fuente
de salud

/ que la toma
una ves
la sique tomando
siempre !
VALLE
VERDE
Sabe mejor !
CHICAGO
VIA MIAMI
*' o$fae/os
* Ms ttpicfa
m ~ Los necios
Mas Bajos
La PAA seala 1 ca-
mino a Chicago con laa ta-
rifas ms econmicas y el
servicio maa rpido. Sola-
mente 12-J^ horas le sepa-
ran de Chicago. El DC-6
de la PAA tale diariamen-
te de Tocumen a laa 2: SO
AM y el DC-6 de Delta
Air Lines llega a Chicago
alal:56PM(TSC)del
mismo da. SI, es cierto,
el Servicio de Primera
Clase significa que
usted vuela en lujoso
DC-6 durante todo
el viaje.

Sl-S
DE LUJO
Servicio de lo. Clase
SloB/.]WJ
Viaje Sencillo
ECONMICO
Servicio "El Turista"
5<>4a138tt
Viaje Sencillo
Consulte *m A #< dt Viaju o
PMOOJ., Caa *V No. I,
Tal. 1-OSTO
Coleo. EoMolo Soles.
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KL PARAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MARZO 7, 1951
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ... ALQUILAR ... COMPRAR etc^N
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. Tlvell No. 4
Tel 1-Mtl
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque dC 1P1
Panam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave 4 If Julia
Tal. 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
A. Maleadas lt.Ma
TeL UtCaln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla 12 Osota Na. 15
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Call* "H" No. 17 Panana
Av*. Central 12-17 Colon
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura y esmaltas
estra brillantes o pruoba de moho.
1.3.25 aoln. Almacn Tropidura.
SI VENDEN:Clavad, Cubana Mf"
acaro oconolido. Fir-Tes tcorton
aislador liara dalo ralo) made-
ras, lavamanos, eicusodoi. ate. a
la precie' mis bajos an plata.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via tipa-
a. Hetanoa a Juan franca. Tal.
S-I5M._____________________________
SE VENDE: Incubodoro elctrico.
Tel. 3-OZ55._______________________
SE VENDE:Toda claje de mataria-
ls de construccin, solicite infor-
me al telfono 2-0540.
Villonaeva y Tejeire Ca. Ltda.
Si desea comprar un carra, llantas,
motores o cualquier orlelocto o
utensilio elctrico (retrigeradoro.
lavadora, lmparos, plancho, tosta-
dero, etc.) llame o Corlos Guevoro.
Tel. 3-1033 o 3-1740.
SE VENDE Bicicleta de nio. Es-
t en buenos condiciones. Precio
mdico. Calle 52 Este No. 10.
apartomento 6. Bello Vista. Tel-
tono 3-3436.
SE VENDE:Nevara horizontal de
dos puertas, especial pora expen-
dio de sodas, casi nueva. Avenido
B, 73. telfono 2-1535.___________
SE VENDE
Artculos de Cana
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Caso da
campo en Chorrera (El Coco) Tal.
3-0255. '
SE VENDE:Cntrico y acreditado
negocio, por no poder administrar-
se. Pora informes escriba ol Sr.
Kuylen, Apartado 1828, Son Jo-
s, Costo Rica.
En Campo Alegre, centro de la ciu-
dad, ofrecemos lote de 890 M2
con frerrte de 20 mts. hocia ol
norte. Precio:' B 8.50 m2. Wolff
y Ci. Ltda.. Calle 5a. No. 22.
Tel. 2-2388.
QUIEN QUIERE COMODIDAD Y EX-
PANSION A MNIMO PRECIO?
Ofrecemos en Colle 9o., Parque
Lefevre. chalet de 2 racimaras, 2
bonos, solo y comedor, cuorto de
empleada, 2 terrazos y buena pis-
cina. Lote de 525 Mts. Precio poro
venta rpido. B.K1.000.00. Faci-
lidades de pago. Wolff y Co. Ltda.
Calle 5a. No. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
En los Altos del Golf, ofrecemos lo-
tes con panorama de la baha y las
ruinos de Panam lo Vieja, an t-
manos desde 2,000 M2 y a precios
desda B.3.75 M2. Wolff y da.
Ltda.. Colla 5o. No. 22. Tel. 2-
2388?
VENCO todos los muebles, refrigera-
dora Fngidaire. estufo Tapn, ma-
quino escribir Underwood\ y cedo
oportamento con telfono. Calle
2a. Perejil No. 15. Edificio Ruiz.
Apto. e 4 o 6.
SE VENDEN:Dos juegos recimora,
I solo, 1 comedor. Avenida Cuba
15, Apto. 4> 3 a 6 p. m.
SE VENCE: Mesa de comedor B.
15, seis sillas de caoba B.I5. cada
una, uno vitrina B.I5. Casa 0435-
A, Jueves, entre 10 o. m a 4 p. m.
SE VENDE Estonte de coob. tres
cuerpos, color oscuro, lindsimo.
Valer del mueble B.275.00. Lo doy
baratsimo. Motivo viaje. Valo
Colle 30 Este No. 1. 6V8 p.m.
SE VENDE:Cantina "Taberna Duf-
fy's", ubicodo en esquino da calles
B y 21 Oeste.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Guia de Estilos y
Colores a sus Ordenes
|:*fj j-""Pend colerdn
e>JL fotograbados en
ffC/Vf colore naturales.
!ftV Reproducciones au-
tntica. Bellsimo,
interiore y exterior Ante de
pint.r pidano pretudo copia
te esta hermossima gula. Su-
nilones decorativa de Snerwin-
'illiami.
SE VENDE:Cosa cerca ploya "Ma-
ra Chiquita" con terreno en co-
munidad creciente. Buen lugar pa-
ro baarse. Cerca corretera turs-
tico o Portobelo. B.650.00. Cito
10086. calle I I y Roosevelt. Co-
ln.
SE VENDE:Lindo chalet. Listo paro
ocupar, recien pintodo, 3 reca-
maros. 2 baos, garage, 2 porches,
bello jardn, cos 1.000 metros te-
rreno, en Vio Belsono Porros 81.
Rozn en Avenida Central 1 1 5.
SE VENDE:Una casa de concreto
en Nuevo Arraijn. 4 recamaras,
sala, comedor y dos porches; con
refrigeradora y plonta elctrica.
P'da mi informes an colla "M"
No. 26 al Sr. Gabriel Novoa o lla-
me al telfono 3-2161.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro ofi-
cios de casa en general, especial-
mente cuido da una baby, deba
dormir en el trabajo, para informas
dirjase a calle Estudiante No. 73,
aartamento I I.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro co-
cinar y limpieza, tiene que tonar
recomendacin. Calle 34 No. 2.
SE NECESITA:Una niera con ex-
periencia. Muy buen sueldo. Colle
Colombio No. 20, Apto. No. 4, fo-
milia Homsany.
SE NECESITA:Empleada can expe-
riencia an cocina, venga de de 3 a
6. Familia Romero, Ava. Balboa y
eaMe 33.
SE NECESITA:Por un mes, cargue-
ra, con experiencia y recomenda-
cin. Dormir en el trabajo. Aveni-
da Per No. 28, Apto. No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cio general de casa, debe dormir
en el trabajo. Saln de Belleza
Filo, colle J No. 4.__________________
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepo
cocinar y que duerma en el tra-
bajo. Colle 2a. Perejil. No. 6.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Avenida
Cubo No. 58, Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinara compren-
te. Tiene que dormir an al empleo.
Si no tiene referencias, no llamo.
Buen suelda. Tal. 3-0255. Calla
9a. Na. 21, San Francisco.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calla 43
Esta, llamo 3-0140.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en ca-
lle 2a. No. 18. B.65.00. Referen-
cia en la misma casa.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos con
sala, comedor, do uno y dos rec-
moros. Calla 7a. No. 15, Lefevre.
Informes Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento on Ave-
venida Per No. 1. Llame telfono
3-2972.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, B. 60.00.
Belisorio Porras 56 (enfrente Teo-
tro Edn) llave Apartamento 3,
telfono 3-0841.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencias. Calle 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA: Empleada blanca
con buenas referencias. Preferible
duerma en el empleo. Chalet
"Carmencita". Colle 10o y Ave.
7o. Son Francisco de la Coleto.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Calle 52
Este No. 10, apartamento 6, Bello
Visto.
SE VENDE:Negocio productivo en
lugor clntnco y comercial por no
poderse atender personalmente. In-
formarse en el Comisarioto Pona-
m. Colle 21 de Enero No. 6.
. BcUgaaVisto.
SE necsitaT
SE VENDE: Chalet de tres rec-
maras, cali 39, cerca a Mara In-
maculada. Excelente barrio resi-
dencial. B.21,000. Tiene hipoteca
B.4,000, puede ser aumentada
ROBERTO MIRO. Tal. 2-1215.
PANAMA.
SE VENDE:Lo ltimo coso do ur-
banizacin ICAZA Y NAVARRO
en colle 13, Son Francisco de lo
Caleta, 3 recmoros. solo-comedor,
cocino, bono. Lote do 406 metros
cuadrados. Informes: Juon Nava-
rro. Avenido Cubo entre calle 25
y 26 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE VENDE
Automviles
Ave. Norte S3 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa 3 Tel. 3-144
SE VENDE* Fargo 3-4 tonelodas
1948, perfectos condiciones. Lla-
me ol Saln Mario de Pueblo Nue-
vo. Tel. 3-1513.
SE VENDE: Motivo viaje, rgeme
vender automvil Buick 1950.
Perfectos condiciones. Derechos
sin pagar. Informes telfono 3-
0710. Panam.
SE VENDE: Chevrolet Sedon 41.
Placas por todo el oo. Dodge 41,
Sedan, buenas condicionas. Esto-
cin San Francisco, Via Porras
220.
CiNIMI 01 P|MUR3\
rffrW* MllliMS S|
c&J
SE VENDE Lincoln 41, mquina,
tapicera y llantas en excelentes
condiciones. Econmico en gas. Ba-
jo precio, facilidades de page. Ver-
sa diariamente de 7 o 12 a.m.
Calle 5a. No. 36.
TEATRO CENTRAL
HOY!
Tema todo cnanto
HOY-
I
la mayora
de las mujeres
apetecen!
i le) food t mi
Natal aMM
'HMIIYHK SSAIMYNUD
JMIHHI"
ME CONDENA U CONCIENCIA'
(THfY WON'T afirevt mi)
... RITA JOHNSON tom rowtat
C.r.aida por VINO fICMsH **..* h> *Oam HAamry ,
SE NECESITA:Bruena empleada pa-
ra oficios de casa en general, deba
traer buenas referencios y tener
buenas costumbres, ta requiere
duerma en el trcbaio, poro infor-
mes diriiasa a callo 49 No. 19,
SE ALQUILA:Coso on la Carros-
quilla, callo la. No, 53-B, una
pieza de dos cuartos con luz, B.30.
00, parte baja.
SE ALQUILA:, Apartamento para
pequea familia en Via Espoa
2015. Informes: telfono 2-2960.
Estudiante 136.
SE ALQUILACmodo opartamonto,
dos recmoros, sala, comedor, bol-
ean, etc. B.75.00. Infrmese calle
48 No. 23. Apto. No. I.
SE ALQUILAModerno oportamento
fresco, eri buena vecindad, dos
dormitorios, cada uno, con bao
y balcn, instalacin de aguo ca-
lienta, cuorto de empleada y gara-
ge, en Bella Vista. Callo 44 No.
32, Tel. 3-0815. ^^
SE ALQUILA:Pito entrada inde-j
pendiente. No. 4, calle la. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitorios, dos baos,
garage, Informes Tel. 2-2374.
SE ALQUILA:Racimara completo-
mente omuebloda, cocina, luz, gas.
Tiene frente call. Calle 45 No.
19.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..,
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
o La ma acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1753
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
TODOS APROVECHAN
a VERANO PARA
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PANAMA
mente hizo representaciones al
gobierno de. los Estados Uni-j
. dos para reclamar el derecho
! de los vehculos de' las firmas
panameas de transporte para
entra ren el rea de los mue-
lles de CrLstbal y Balboa. Esa
iniciativa tuvo su origen en un
memorial presentado al Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriores
por Terminales Panam, S.A.,
i una compaa de transporte
! cuyos camiones, junto con los
vehculos de las otras compa-
as panameas, a los que se
les ha negado el derecho de en-
trar en el rea de los muelles
de Cristbal y Balboa.
En primer lugar, Terminales
trat sin xito de conseguir un
arreglo en negociaciones direc-
tas con la Compaa del Fe-
rrocarril de Panam pertene-
ciente al gobierno de los Esta-
dos Unidos y que es .el propie-
tario de los muelles. Final-
mente se pidi y logr conse-
guir el apoyo del gobierno de
! Panam, en la presentacin de
su caso.
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tn llevando a cabo entre go-
bierno a gobierno.
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Kl 'fue atiaenibf, Juei primero del
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.HACK SAHKR:
Que en el juicio de auceiit'm teLa-
men tarta de Juan Antonio fia ludo, a*
ha dictado un auto cuya parta revolu-
ti vn del aiKuiente tenor:
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CUITO: Panam, aeia de febrero de
mil noveecntoa cincuenta y uno.
"'Corno loa documentoa citation ion loa
qua para el eao exige el artculo 1616
del Cdigo Judicial, rfe conformidad ron
el 1617 algufente. el que auacrbe, Juex
Primero del Circuito de Panam, admi-
niMrando Juitlcia en nombre de la Re-!
pblica y por autoridad de la Lay, da-
clara:
"'Primero: Que eat abierto el juirio
da aucean teatamentaria de Juan An-
tonio Guizado desde el dia veintiuno de
enero prximo pasado, fecha en que
ocurri au muerte;
"Segundo: Que aon aua herederoa aln
perjuicio da terceros, conforme al tea-
tamrnto. sus hijos. Jos Ramn Guxa-
"'o, Graciela Guixado de Aroaemena. I.us
Eduardo Gateado. Sonta Guixado de Mr-
Nuil, Juan Antonio Guixado Jr., Gabriel
Guisado y Marta Guiado de Garca de
Parede*. y Q*M es albacee testamentaria
la croit Graciela Guixado de Aroae-
mena:
"Que comparexcan a estar a derecho
es el juicio todas las peraonas que ten-
gan algn Intera en l; y
"Que ae fije y publique el edicto em-
plaxatorlo da que trata el articulo 1601
del Cdigo JudiHnl.
''Tngaae al I,ir Juan Jos Garrido,
como apoderado especial de la deman-
dante.
"Notifiquen y copese, OCTAVIO VI-
LLA LAZ. Ral (mo. Lpe G. Sro."
Por tanto, se fija el presenta edicto
en lugar pblico de sta Secretaria, hoy
aela de marxo de mil noverientoa cin-
cuenta y uno, por el trmino de treinta
diaa.
Panam, aeia de marxo de rail nove-
cientos cincuenta y uno.
Kl Juex.
OCTAVIO VII.LALAZ.
El Secretario.
HAUL GMO. LOPEZ G.
F> copia
Panam, 6 de mano da 19(1.
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MTFRCniw MAR7A 1. 1M1
r If. MMAMA MWICA OUWO INDIFENnreOT*
FAGINA SIETB
Se descubre que Ricardo Prestin
el genial pianista es un impostor
Ricardo Prestln, el genial pla-
nista, que twra recientemente
deacubierto en una taberna en
la ciudad de Phlladelfla. ha
ocupado nuevamente el plano
de la actualidad, al descubrir-
se que es un Impostor. Segn
pruebas fehacientes, presenta-
das por una persona, cuya iden-
tidad no se ha querido reve-
lar, Ricardo Prestin, es, a ms
de un gran ejecutante, un ex-
prealdiarlo, convicto del asesi-
nato de un hombre. El infor-
mante, declara que el nombre
verdadero de Ricardo Prestln
es Eduardo Henderson. Asi-
mismo se ha hecho saber que
Ricardo Prestln o Eduardo Hen-
derson, acaba de cumplir una
larga condena de 18 aos.
Xu
M AJ* A N A
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clon para realizar la gran
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LA LLAMARADA
Por Informaciones que hemos
recibido de la prensa extranje-
ra, podemos informar que el vir-
tuoso planista y expresldlarlo,
a pesar de la bsqueda intensa
que se ha desplegado para co-
nocer su opinin u aceptacin
a estas imputaciones, no ha po-
dido ser localizado, lo cual ha-
ce presumir que al enterarse
de que habia sido descubierto,
decidiera abandonar la ciudad
que fue testigo de su vertigi-
noso y efimero triunfo.
No Im sido
Oainza Paz, por supuestas viola-
ciones a la ley de seguridad del
estado "forman el capitulo mis
bochornoso, pero no el ltimo de
un sistemtico desconocimiento
i de la libertad de prensa y burla
I los derechos que de ella emanan
I por autoridades argentinas, que
, pretenden aparecer en posicin
de victimas, cuando ante su po-
dero material se levanta la voz
libre de una tribuna democrti-
ca, que no ha dedicado nunca
'su fortaleza espiritual a ningn
esfuerso que no estuviera noble-
! mente Inspirado".
El editorial exhorta a los pe-
riodistas colombianos a presen-
tar el caso al Consejo Econ-
mico y Sc:ial o a la Comisin de
loa Derechos Humanos de laa
Naciones Unidas para que cual-
quiera de ellas acte.
de la protesta formulada por e]
'Circulo de Prensa de Valparaiso
con SABU
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(Upi En defensa da La Pren-
sa, de Buenos Aires, el Circulo
de Periodistas de Santiago, pre-
sentar maana al Consejo Eco-
r.mico y Social de las Naciones
Unidas, una protesta formal por
el tratamiento que est recibien-
do el principal matutino argen-
tino, que se mantiene clausura-
do, con el objeto de que el Con-
sejo se ocupe de la violacin de
la libertad de prensa.
El Circulo de Periodistas se re-
uni en sesin extraordinaria
stn tarde, y acord tal presen-
tacin, acompandola tambin
WASHINGTON. Marzo 7 (UP>
El Secretarlo de Estado, James
Webb, dijo en una conferencia
| de prensa hoy que el Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos no tomar
ninguna accin acerca del silen-
cia mien to de La Prensa en Bue-
nos Aires.
Webb dijo que ster no era un
roblema del Gobierno de los Ej-
idos Unidos. Agreg que los
6untos de vista de los Estados
nidos y sus funcionarios sobre
la libertad de prensa son bien
conocidos.
Declin hacer ms comenta-
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i regresara eel Secretario de Es-
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Embobinador da motores y reparacin de toda claaa
de maquinarias elctricas y aparatos electrnicos,
industrials,- a instalaciones, ate.
TRABAJOS GARANTIZADOS
DE MIRCOLES 7 A LUNES 12
Sensacional Estreno en Tecnicolor!
~DY LAMARR RAY MILLAND en
"EL PLACER DE LA VENGANZA"
iluestros IJlejores ^tugurios
al lluevo u Uloaernizaao
cJeatro cJropical
con motivo de su reapertura
PELCULAS
EAGLE LION
DE PANAMA
Nos sentimos orgulloso da habar contribuido al embellecimiento da asta
magnfica sala cinamatogrfloa, disanando y confeccionando totalmanta
la nueva iluminacin Neon y la moderna marquesina.
PRODUCTOS NEON
Nuestro prximo estreno:
La REVELACIN de la
Corrupcin y el Crimen!
Escrita por un audaz reporter
que se ensa contra el hampa
en varonil defensa de una joven
inocente.
DAN DURYEA GALE STORM en
EL GRITO AHOGADO"
Distribuida por "United Artista"


PAGINA OCHO
CT. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
AMURCLES, MARZO 7, 1&T~^
________
El Campen Mundial Ezzard Charles Expone
Hoy Por 7a Vez Su Corona Frente a J. Walcott
Charles est favorito por 5 a 1 para
ganar y continuar con el ttulo
DETROIT, Marzo 7 (UP)El
campen mundial de peso pesa-
do. Ezzard Charles, defender
peta noche por sptima vez sn i
corona, en esta ocasin frente i
al veterano Jersey Joe Walcott
en el Estadio Olympia de esta
ciudad.
Se calcula que una multitud I
sin precedente para pelea bajo
techo en esta ciudad, asistir a
presenciar el encuentro, a pe-
tar de que las apuestas se In-
clinan a favor del campen por
6 a 1.
Los promotores de la pelea
dicen que todo indica que entra-
rn $95.000 en taquilla, lo cul
significar que asistirn unos
siete mil fanticos. La marca an
terlor en taquilla para peleas
bajo techo en Detroit se estable-
ci en 1847, cuando pelearon
Day Robinson y Chuck Taylor.
El entusiasmo e Inters por
i.sia pelea na sorprendido a los
peritos y entendidos de afuena,
que han negado a esta ciudad
procedente de otras ciudades,
donde frecuentemente se pre-
guntan, "por qu se ha concer-
tado esta pelea
Charles de 29 aos es favorito
para vencer a Walcott de 37
aos, al Igual que lo fu na su
pelea en Chicago el 22 de Junio
ae 1949. en la disputa por el
trono que dej vacante enton-
ces Joe Louis. Desde esa fecha
Ezzard ha defendido su corona
seis veces, y cada vez ha dado
la impresin de superarse.
Resudados de los
encuentros de boxeo
en Buenos Aires
BUENOS ADES, Marzo 7 (U.
P.)Resultados de los encuen-
tros ellmlnatorlos de Boxeo Ama
teur de los Primeros Juegos Pa-
namericanos que se estn desa-
rrollando en esta ciudad.
Peso Mosca
GERMAN PARDO, de Chile
venci por puntos a Carlos G-
mez del Per. ALBERTO BA-
RENGHI de Argentina le gan
por decisin a Ral Maclas de
Mxico.
En el softball social se medirn mna.
los equipos Alemn Jr. y Chesterfield
Por BETO TEJADA-
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Social)
G. P.

Camel ...........__.,
ptica Sosa.......... V
Polica Nal. ........7 2
Madurito ..........S 4
Mauricio .........___.2 3
Cervecera .........I- 2
Alemn Jr. .......... 2 S
Pinocho............... 2 3
Chesterfield.......... t 4
Chiricanos y colonenses acapararon
casi la totalidad de los ttulos en los
campeonatos nles. de boxeo amateur
Peso Gallo
RICARDO GONZALEZ, de Ar-
gentina se impuso por decisin
a Germn Efflo del Per.
ALI MARTUCCI, de Venezuela
triunf por decisin sobre Juan
Gutirrez, de Chile.
Pie-
1.IHIII
1.000
.778
.429
.400
.400
.400
.400
.233
.143
.000
Peso Pluma
AUGUSTO CRCAMO, de Chi-
le venci a Juan Martinez de
Mxico por decisin. FRANCIS-
CO NUNEZ de Argentina se im-
puso por decisin a Cortes Jack-
son de los Estados Unidos.
O. Jimnez ..........__2 6
Catedral ........... S
Juegos de Hoy
CAMEL vs CATEDRAL
4.30 p.m. Santa Rita
Juego de Maana
Alemn Jr. ti Chesterfield
4.30 p.m. Santa Rita
Resultado de Ayer
Pinocho 13O. Jimnez 6
Esta tarde chocan en Santa
Rita, losxequlpos Camel y Cate-
dral, partido ste en el cual el
Camel expone su Invicto y sus
11 vales tratan de lograr su pri-
mera victoria del torneo.
El Juego de maana correr a
cargo del Alemn Jf. y Ches-
terfield, encuentro en el cual
el Alemn Jr. busca la victoria
y mantener su opcin a su cla-
sificacin para la serle final y
el Chesterfield, que prctica-
mente est eliminado tratar de
triunfar para terminar con me-
jor puntuacin.
Sidney Tudor, el lanzador es-
trella del equipo Alemn Jr.,
ser el contrario de Gilllmor. En
el partido d ayer el Pinocho le
gan al ptica Jimnez por 13
a fl. Morrel lanz por los gana-
dores y S. Sousa por los perde-
dores. Con su victoria de ayer
el Pinocho mantiene opcin pa-
ra ir a la serle final de la con-
tienda.
Con gran entusiasmo y creci-
do nmero de participantes se
llevaron a cabo este ao los
campeonatos Nacionales de Bo-
xeo Amateur que tuvieron lu-
gar en la Provincia de Chiriqui
En estos Segundos Campeona-
tos Nacionales participaron De-
legaciones de San Blas, Chiriqui,
Coln y Panam. Las compe-
tencias se realizaron en cinco
das y los programas se ofre-
cieron en David y Puerto Ar-
muelles.
En la primera fecha se mi-
dieron los pgiles de Coln y
Panam en el Gimnasio Esco-
lar de David, ganando los colo-
nenses cuatro de las cinco pe-
leas.
En la segunda fecha que tuvo
lagar en Puerto Armuelles, los
chiricanos se impusieron tam-
bin en la mayora de los en-
cuentros a los panameos.
Luego en el tercer dia de com
petencla, los colonenses se Im-
pusieron a los tres valientes re-
presentantes de San Blas.
En la ltima funcin del Pro-
grama se coronaron campeones
los chiricanos Marcial Rodr-
guez del peso ligero, y Enrique
Justavino del peso intermedio,
a) derrotar a los colonenses Jo-
s Edwin y Gilberto Witley por
decisin y nocaut respectiva-
mente.
Por motivo de empate en la
categora de psol Gallo y Piu-
ras, se extendi el torneo un
da ms, y se coronaron cam-
peones, Ralton Lewis ae Coln
rnl as 118 libras y Manuel Bar-
ton de Chiriqui en las 128 li-
bras.
De acuerdo con los resultados
del as peleas, se coronaron cam
peones y subeampeones nacio-
nales del Boxeo Amateur los
siguientes pgiles:
Peso Papel
BEAU JACK de Panam, cam-
pen, Eduardo Weather, Coln
sub-campen
Peso Ligero
OSCAR GALLARDO, de Argen-
tina le gan por decisin a Wi-
lly Hunter de Estados Unidos.
FERNANDO ARANEDA de Chi-
le triunf por decisin sobre
Leo Koltum del Brasil.
Cuba le gan a Panam en el Basket
Ball de los Juegos Panamericanos
LOS "DESCOSE PELOTAS" DEL PANAMA-AM ERICA. Estos son de los tres ms terribles
majageros de la formidable novena de soft ball del Panam-Amrica, quienes volaron la
cerca en el juego contra "La Hora", el martes pasado. Empuan cada uno una botella de
Carta Vieja donada por ngel Grimas, gerente de la empresa. Aparecen en compaa de
la madrina del equipo, seorita Mary Newland, bella y escultural compaera de labores. De
izquierda a derecha: Alfredo "Macho" Arango, "Tartn" Aldrete, la seorita Newland y "Bab
Lala" Lawler. Repetirn esta tarde su hazaa contra los de La Nacin?
I
Peso Mosca
MANUEL PRESCOTT, Coln,
Campen, A. Vega, Chiriqui
Sub-Campen.
Peso Welter
OSCAR PITA, de Argentina se
impuso por puntos a Dibar del
Brasil.
Peso Gallo
RALTON LEWIS, Coln, Cam-
pen, Chongo Batista, Chiriqui
sub-Campen.
Peso Mediano
CRISTOBAL HERNANDEZ.de
Cuba le gan lad eclsin a Da-
valo Norgueira de Cuba.
Peso Pluma
MANUEL BARTON, Chiriqui,
Campen, Pedro Resis, Coln, I
Subcampen.
Peso Ligero
MARCIAL RODRIGUEZ, Chi-
riqui, Campen Jos Edwln, Co-
ln, Subcampen.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 7 (U.i
P.)Cuba venci a Panam en
la serle final de basketball de
los Juegos Panamericanos por|
anotacin de 73 a 37.
Los mejores por los cubanos
fueron Rulz Vlnajera 15, Lpez
Garvlzo 13, Garca 6, Garca
Ordez, 3, Trasanco 4. Silva 6
Wiltz Bucelo 19, y Estol Romn
6. por Panam anotaron Rubn
Blades 2, Nando Tom 9, Clayde
Cumberbatch 3, Cuty Jan ), TI
to Cells 5, Chefo Echeverra 3,
Andamio Arosemena 9, Alfonso
Frazer 2, Nino Castorina 2, Ri-
cardo Santos 1, Yuyin Luzcando
14 y CecUio Williams 5.
En los otros juegos Estados
Unldoss uper al Brasil por 64 a
42 y Argentina a Chile 54 a 47.
Poso Intermedio
ENRIQUE JUSTAVINO, Chi-
riqui, Campen Gilberto Witley
Coln, Subcampen.
Con estos resultados. Chiriqui
se luci al ganar cuatro Cam-
peonatos y dos subeampeonatos
sigui Coln con dos Campeo-
natos y cuatro subeampeonatos
Ianam nicamente obtuvo un
Campeonato y San Blas no lo-
pr ningn titulo.
Los boxeadores y delegados
fueron bien atendidos tanto en
David como en Puerto Armue-
lles, y estn agradecidos de las
atenciones dispensadas por los
seores Carlos M. Jurado (Co-
longo), Flix Jaramlllo, Manuel
A. Landero, (Cacho Herrera, Ju-
lio Herazo Alfredo Prez y otros.
Tom posesin la nueva
Directiva del Gimnasia
y Deportes de Coln
En forma satisfactoria y con
marcado entusiasmo se efectu:
el acto de Toma de Posesin del
la nueva Directiva del Instituto!
de Gimnasia y Deportes de la
ciudad de Coln, y despus de chandler
la Ceremonia de rigor se ofre- Maraen
ci un Certamen de Levanta- San Miguel
Maraen y Chandler inician hoy serie
extra para decidir el ganador del
grupo T. Cupas de la Distritorial
miento de Pesas en el Gimnasio
' Everardo Nez" de la ciudad
atlntica en el cual tomaron
participacin miembros, del I.G.
D. de aquel sector y' algunas
unidades del Salud y Fuerza que
comanda George Kipping.
La nota principal la ofreci
el atleta Adriano Smith, quien
totaliz las 165 libras de la si-
guiente manera: 185 en Press,
Estado Final de los Equipos
BASEBALL DISTRITORIAL
Grupo Toms Cnpas (padre)
J. G. P. PJe.
II
1
II
B
5
I
It I
t
8 1*
G 12
4 14
.711
S
.444
.333
xa
Dbora ....... 18
Granillo ...... 18
Mauricio .......... 1
Patria ........ II
Los equipos Maran y Chan-
dler Inician esta tarde una se-
rle extra para decidir el gana-
dor del grupo Toms Cupas
(Padre) de la Justa Distritorial
de Baseball de Panam. El se-
undo partido se efectuar ma-
180 en Snatch y 240 en el Clean aa y el tercero si es necesa-
s Jerk. Los dems concursan-: ro el viernes. Todos los en-
Centinelas y Cali finalistas del grupo
Antonio Sarria del bisbol distritorial
La directiva de la Liga Dls- i pos Chandler y Maran del
trltorlal de Baseball de Panam I grupo Toms Cupas, en disputa
resolvi en su ltima reunin i del titulo de la Liga,
dar por terminado el Calenda- En esta forma, el estado final
rio de juegos del Grupo Anto- del Grupo Antonio Sarria de la
nio Sarria y declarar ganador Justa Dlstrorlal de Baseball que-
tn el primer y segundo lugar n d de la siguiente manera:
los equipos Centinelas del Tulra J. G. P. PJe.
y Cali respectivamente. La Liga Centinelas ... 13 11 2 .795
tom esta determinacin en Cali ........... 15 18 5 .666
vista de que los partidos que Carta Vieja ..14 I 6 .571
1 altan no alterara en nada el Istmeos ---- 15 8 7 .533
estado final de los equipos, es- Fuerte 15 ........ 15 5 18 .333
pecialmente de los dos punte- Juniors ........ 14 4 II .215
ios, y a la vez para preparar------------------------
.ajej^flnauunto con los equl J pj,,^ $u[, jj
Mxico se :Z'SJl.o.
celebrarn los 2os. kk oe* a^SB"
J|* Mi .......................... 14
. Panamericanos ga-.^:z::::~ 8
Entronemetidos ........... 9
BUENOS AIRES. Marzo 7 (O. Royal ......................... S
P.)El Congreso Tcnico de los Tropical................ I
Primeros Juegos Panamericanos Martlnz .................. 8
que se estn desarrollando en Carta Vieja ................. 8
esta ciudad, escogi a Mxico Balhao ._.....................5
romo Sede para los Segundos
Juegos Panamericanos, que se Anoche el Pinocho logr ven-
relebrarn en 1953. ccr al potente equipo del Tea-
Mxico obtuvo 15 de los 17 vo- tro Tropical 3 a 1 para colocar-
tos depositados. Guatemala ob- m asi en el tercer puesto del
tuvo los otros dos. uno de ellos torneo. La puntuacin indivi-
del Delegado Mexicano. dual fu la siguiente
--------i--------------------------- PINOCHO
r .. Barba 168 141 158 567
Kx unirn en la r. y L. Grimaido 137 171 154 462
Fotografas de los los. Jg-*" g g | g
lucros Panamericanos Brin es 154 157 476
Desde esta tarde se est ex- 75/1 ~Z> na ?*
hibiendo en las vidrieras de la Handicap 4 4 4 12
Fuerza y Luz, fotografas de los 1 __________________
t-ventos deportivos que se estn 754 751 o? 2o7
desarrollando en Buenos Aires.
con motivo de la ceelbracin de TEATF O TROPICAL
los Primeros Juegos Deportivos rc0 ,04 114 ,,4 392
Pan Americanos Junto con l i*caza 144 138 174 456
caria de agradecimiento a Pa- rjtaz 149 j28 1*3 437
nm, del residente de la Rep- .? . blica de Argentina, el Oral. '[' tj 2. )V il
Juan Domingo Pern LUly 178 128 131 437
La fotografas que sern ex- 7M M7 -. ?oni
htbldaa es cortesa de la Compa-
fiia de Aviacin Panagra". Esta noche no habr juego.
tes tambin demostraron gozar
de buenas formas fsicas y al-
gunos de ellos mejoraron sus
marcas personales. Entre los
atletas que hicieron demostra-
ciones de fuerza estuvieron, Ju-
lio Bethancourt, Naclto Macha-
do, Eric Garcia, James Gales,
Arturo vaugham y George Kip-
ping.
cuentros se desarrollarn en el
cuadro del Insttluto Nacional
comenzando a las 4 y 15 de la
tarde.
Los conjuntos Chandler y
Maran finalizaron empatados
en el primer luar al terminar
ia vuelta, y en este caso la Liga
.decidi realizar la serle pura
resolver los dos primeros luga-
res.
El ganador de esta serle se
medir con los Centinelas del
Tulra por el campeonato' de la
Liga Distritorial, y el perdedor
si enfrentar ton al Cal t por
el 8ubcs|npeonato.
ULTIMA HORA!
Ntida trada a nuestra mesa
de redaccin por los dirigentes
de la Liga Comercial de Soft
ball, nos pone en condiciones de
informar que maana re iniciar
sus actividades esta Liga con
un doble juego que comenzar
a las siete de la noche en el
campo de Santa Rita.
Citan adems los seores
miembros de la Directiva por
este medio a todos los represen-
tantes de los equipos para una
reunin maana en el lugar de
costumbre a la hora indicada.
Nada menos que 34
hits se anotaron ayer
en el juego profesional
tVada menos que 34 Impara-
bles se conectaron en el parti-
do que ofrecieron anoche los
equipos Carmelitas (Spur) y
Azulejos (Cervecera) en la con-
tinuacin de la Segunda Vuelta
del Campeonato de Baseball
Profesional de Panam, y entre
ambos conjuntos marcaron tam
bien 34 carreras, ganando los
Carmelitas por 18 a 16 para
quedar solos en el primer pues-
to
Pat Scantlebury fu el lan-
zador ganador, Los azulejos usa-
ron cuatro lanzadores, resultan-
do el perdedor Alonso,
Estn oche no hay Juego y
maana chocarn Carmelitas y
Bomberos de Eleta.
Un Juego De Garra y Emocin
Brindarn Esta Tarde El
Panam-Amrica y La Nacin
(Por Kenneth Collins)
SBRAJtBCLUTAJK> JUGADO
DE dj BRAVfif Df BOST^g,
BDADENTON, Marzo (UP)
Ocho de los doce peloteros de
ios Bravos estn enfermos con
influenza parece de haber con-
valecido, pues tomaron parte en
ligeras practicas. Mientras tan-
to Johnny Antonelll lanzador
> cost a los Phillies 73 mil
dlaresp ara que firmar d con-
trato, sallo hacia Miami donde
Los diablos rojos de este pe-
ridico se miden con los can-
guros de "La Nacin", en juego
de batazos largos, de pltcheo
malo y bueno, de errores y co-
gidas sensacionales. Un juego
cardiaco.Y que resultar me-
jor que el que brindaron ayer
los profesionales del Spur Cola,
y Cervecera, en pelota de "liga
grande."
Detalles Importantes del jue-
go de hoy:
El Mayor Alfredo Alemn ti-
rar la primera bola;
El Carta Vieja vuelve a ofre-
cer aremos .a loaf jonrqnerosif
Ptffcher aprldetV Vctor "-
lebrn1' Ruis y Chelo *Me!enA"
Gonzlez: pitchers tapones por
E Panam Amrica Collins,
Carlos "Paquete" De la Ossa y
tomar el avin que ha de lle-
varlo a su residencia en Roches-
ter, (Nueva York donde, ser re-
clutado por el ejrcito el 16 de
Marzo.
Alberto "Pap" Restrepo; Por
La Nacin Carlos "Tripudio"
Cabezas, Carlos Pedro Rangel
Ch., y David Contable.
Apuesta: un "zungo" de 60
litros;
Los Juegos ser transmit- a
dos por la emisora "Voz del Ai*
re" en cadena por toda la Re-
pblica, estacin UHOZMK on- '
da 1.500 metros planos o 110
metros con vallas. Para que pue
dan enterarse los fanticos en
todos los Idiomas, ser retrans-
mitido en el idioma universal
"papiamento".
Hora .-cuatro eje la tarde, sea
1- hora -que sea^llueve, truene
o relampegue.
SAN PETERSBURGO, Marzo.
(UP). El torpedero Bill
Jennings, recluta de 22 aos
Sue Jug con el Minneapolis el
ao pasado, firm contrato con los Gigantes, quedando como
el nico Jugador "Rebelde"' de
la novena el lanzador Jack
Kramer.
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