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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
"Lei f/ie people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R, P., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1951
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FIVE CENTS
Scientists Doubt Argentine Fission Is New
Senate May Probe Links
Joining Reds, Gangsters
By John A. Goldsmith
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP) Sea. Alexander Wiley,
R., Wis demanded today that the Senate Crime Com-
mittee investigate links between Communists and crimin-
als, especially in the field of narcotics and labor dis-
turbances. -M
One of two Republican committee members, Wiley said
he will explore the subject when Attorney General J. Ho-
ward McGrath and FBI DirectoV J. Edgar Hoover testify
before the committee. McGrath and Hoover also will be
asked for suggestions on tightening federal and state
crime laws.
The committee, which Is sche-
duled to expire Saturday, also
scheduled a special night session
to quiz Abner (Longle) Zwlllman
o Newark, N.J., about his alleged
connections with New York's no-
torious Murder, Inc., crime ring.
Wiley told a reporter it is "no
pipe dream" that crime and Com-
munism sometimes go hand in
hand. He added that Communist*
apparently have used criminal
contacts to get narcotics, while
"Communist controlled unions
use criminal 'goons' in strikes,
especially on the waterfront.
"There have been repeated as-
sertions that Communists in
some major cities use criminis
and criminal tactics," he said.
The committee's last witness
Saturday, Lawyer Sidney A.
Brodaon of Milwaukee, Wiv.
told the investigators in detail
hew he made 1250,000 out of
the gambling racket and still
remained within the law. He
bet basketball, baseball and
football games.
Brodson questioned the hones-
ty of some basketball referees. He
also said he spotted "fixed" bas-
ketball games In New York's Ma-
dison Square Garden long before
they were exposed and bet none
of his money, on them. Because
of "abnormal odds," he believed
more games had been "rigged"
by persons looking for "sure
things."
He testified he bet about $1,-
000,000 last year and paid an
$80,000 income tax.
One of the biggest questions
before the committee now Is whe-
ther Its life should be extended
beyond the Saturday deadline.
But the Senate may make the de-
cision on Its own by voting more
money for a continued inquiry.
Chairman Estes Kefauver, D.,
Tenn., has said he may vote to
continue the Investigation but
that he still will drop out of it
to attend other Senate business
especially his campaign for
an Atlantic Union to try and
help avert war.
Before the crime Investigation,
Kefauver was perhaps best
known for his longtime efforts In
behalf of an Atlantic Union re-
solution. He said he now feels a
"bounden duty" to switch from
the U.S. underworld to interna-
tional crime war between na-
tions.
Sen. Charles W. Tobey, R,
N.H., said a move will be made
this week to continue the com-
mittee for at least 60 days to
"clean up some rotten spots" a-
cross the nation.
Sen. Tobey made Brodson ad-
mit he probably Is a law-break-
er because he makes illegal off-
continued oh Page 6, Col. 1)
US Drives Last
Large Red Unit
Across Parallel
TOKYO, Mar. 26 (UP) American tanks and infan-
trymen today drove the fast large body of Communist
troops out of South Korea, but there are indications the
Reds are preparing to make a stand along the 38th
parallel.
. Two American tank and infantry columns linked up
north of Seoul, forcing 30,000 or more Red troops to flee
north across the parallel rather than be trapped.
The Reds are believed to have halted their withdrawal
long the 50 mile central front and are filtering south
again to take up positions on high ground just below the
parallel.
Kefauver Group
Leaving Trail
Of Indictments
WASHINGTON; Mar. 26 (UP)
The Kefauver Crime Commit-
tee has left a trail of political
upheavals, police shakeups, bri-
bery charges and Income tax in-
vestigations and sent gamblers
and racketeers running for cov-
er, a survey showed today.
The survey covered 13 cities,
in three of which gambling has
been shut down and three others
where it is now on a 'hit and
run' basis.
It also showed three county
sheriffs fired, two police officials
demoted, another police official
a suicide, two Democratic Con-
gressional seats lost, and Indict-
ments wholesale.
In Miami alone 55 persons
have been Indicted.
More political repercussions
and criminal indictments are ex-
pected.
In less than a year the Investi-
gation has caused political head-
aches from coast to coast, Shak-
en the foundations'of New York's
Tammany Hall, jailed blg-tlme
gambler Frank Erlckson, and
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 8)
Fighting tadered off to brief
clashes as the 8th Army advance
lowed up at points about 10 miles
south of the border all along the
western half of the 140-mlle
front.
Tank patrols clashed briefly
with camouflaged Red outposts
dug into bunkers on the hill
slopes northeast of Chunchon.
Round the clock air and sea
attacks behind the Unes and on
both coasts contributed to Lt.
Cen. Matthew B. Rldgway's war
if movement designed to keep
e Communists off balance.
A daring South Korean raid on
the west coast 40 miles above the
parallel killed 100 Reds, captured
69, and took machine guns and
other equipment.
Communist air activity over
Korea has increased. More than
140 Red planes have been sight-
ed In the past fortnight. In this
time three MLG-15 Jets have been
destroyed and 10 damaged.
Rain and low elouds cut down
air force sorties during the week
end, but skies were clearing to-
day and the fighters and fight-
er-bombers were again out In
force. Superfortresses dropoed
180 tons of bombs on marshalling
yards and supply areas at Py-
ongyang, Anju Md Hamhung.
Vice Admiral Arthur Dewey
Struble, commander of the Unit-
ed States 7th Fleet, said United
States naval forces In the Far
East were capable of conduct-
ing a full naval blockade of Com-
munist China "if such a decision
were reached by the govern-
ment." He said the 7th Fleet was
now five times as powerful as at
the beginning of the Korean war.
He felt his ships and aircraft
could maintain a full blockade
even in the face of air attack
from the Chinese mainland.
He said unidentified subma-
rines had been reported as far
south as the Philippines. There
was no method of checking their
Identity. "Some of the reports
eventually turn out to be our own
ships."
Struble recently returned from
conferences on Formosa with the
Chinese Nationalist Government.
Meanwhile In London, inform-
ed quarters said the United Na-
tions will shortly issue a new dec-
laration of policy in Korea.
The.declaration is being draft-
ed by representatives of the Unit-
ed 8tates, Great Britain and oth-
er nations directly Involved in
the flghtlngvln Korea, who have
been In consultation ever since
the Ule turned in the United Na-
tions' favor. ^4
Biggest Air-Sea
Rescue Hunt Scours
Atlantic For 53
LONDON, Mar. 26 (UP) The
four day search for the missing
United States Globemaster In-
tensified today amid specula-
tion that sabotage caused the
giant four engined transport to
crash into the Atlantic with 53
airmen aboard.
There Is little hope that any
of the 53 who Included Brig.
Gen. Paul T. Cullen would be
found alive. A burb burned duf-
fle bag picked up by the U. S.
weather ship Charlie and Iden-
tified as belonging to Captain
Lawrence Rafferty, one of the
missing airmen, resulted in the
search being Intensified.
More than 40 United States
and Britslh planes criss-crossed
over a 25,000 square mile area
450 miles west and southwest of
Ireland. Eight ships and a sub-
marine are also hunting.
The 45,000 ton United States
carrier Coral Sea, capable of
putting 137 planes Into the air,
has been diverted with the at-
tendant destroyers from its
course to participate In the
Globemaster hunt one of the
biggest air-sea rescue operations
In history.
Red-eyed and unshaven, Ame-
rican and British fliers were out
at dawn on the fourth day.
"We will keep on hunting till
all hope has-gone," a spokesman
at the special rescue headquart-
ers at Shannon Airport, Ireland,
said.
RAMMED FROM BEHIND and tossed into the brush beside Bruja Road, the 1950 blue-green
Studebaker exploded into flames yesterday, trapping Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Reynolds, their
five children, and Reynolds* brother-in-law Arthur I.. Blystone. All escaped or were pulled
through the windows. Blystone, the driver, fe II across .the wheel, jamming the horn, which
blew constantly until silenced by the fire.
i Photo by Navy Electricians Mate Fireman, 1st Class Paul Rollins)
9 injured When Rammed Car
Becomed Bruja Road Torch
Veteran Isthmian
Paper Seller
Timon Douglas Dies
Another familiar face is miss-
ing from the Isthmian scene.
Timon Douglas, who has been
selling newspapers since he
came to the Isthmus 37 years
ago, has died of a heart attack.
Funeral services for him will
be held at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow
at the Corozal Chapel. The
cortege will leave the family re-
sidence No. 3146 Monte Oscuro
Street, Rio Abajo.
The veteran newspaper ven-
dor was 63 years old. He was
a tailor as well as a news "boy"
and worked In the establish-
ment from which he dispatched
his papers.
A native of Clarlndon, Ja-
maica, he Is survived by his
wife and nine children Fer-
dinand. Clifton, Claude. Bern-
ard. Alicia, Etta, Ruby Stanley
and Benlamln and by three
jfrandchildren, _,
Nine members of two families
five of them children were
Injured late yesterday when
their car, struck from behind,
ran off Bruja Road near Coco-
11 and burst Into flames. Wit-
nesses to the accident hauled
the nine occupants of the car
through doors and windows be-
fore any was burned. The car,
an almost new Studebaker se-
dan, was a total wreck.
The demolished car was owned
by Paul H. Reynolds, 30, a guard ;
for Panama Canal storehouses,
and was being driven by his
brother-in-law, Arthur L. Bly- \
stone, of Balboa, a Canal Zone
police officer. The other car. a j
Mercury sedan, was driven bv
Robert M. Hoffman, enlisted
man from the 15th Naval Dls-,
trlct.
Hoffman this morning was
charged with drunk driving ca- i
using bodily injury and was re-
leased in custody of the Navy's
Shore Patrol oendlng prelimin-
ary hearing Thursday morning.
Zone police said that the ac-
cident occurred about 7 p.m. at
the Intersection of Bruja Road
and the road leading into Rous-
seau. Blystone had stopped the
Studebaker in the center of the '
highway to make a left turn in-
to t Rousseau. Hoffman's car
came up from the same direc-
tion, skidded for 68 feet and hit
the rear of the stopped vehicle.
The Studebaker was knocked
off the pavement, over a ditch
and Into heavy underbrush. I
where it began to burn almost'
at once.
Riding in the car were Mr. and
Mrs. Reynolds, their four child-
ren, John Frederick, 3, Emma
Gloria, 5. Richard Michael, 6,
and Paul, Jr., 7, with Mr. and
Mrs. Blystone agd their son. Ar-
thur, 7. Reynolds was admitted
to Gorgas 'Hospital with a pos-
sible compression fracture of
two vertebrae. John and Emma
Gloria are also in Gorgas with
cerebral concussions. Reynolds
this morning was reported as
uncomfortable and the children
were in "satisfactory condition."
None was on the seriously ill list.
Richard, the six-year-old. has
a fractured left foot and seven-
year-old Paul, a contusion at
the base of the skull. Mrs. Rey-
nolds, 29, was treated for con-
tusions and abrasions.
Mrs. Blystone was cut around
the eyes and Arthur. 7. has
lacerations of the chin and
scalp. Blystone was cut and
bruised but was not admitted to
the hospital.
Ten Die As Rains Sweep
Manizales, Colombia
MANIZALES, Colombia, Mar.
26 (UP) Ten persons were
killed, a number of homes des-
troyed, and an estimated 200
persons left homeless by torren-
tial rains here.
Eight other persons were kill-
ed and nine seriously Injured
when a bus plunged over a 150-
foot embankment In the town of
La Iglesia, near Bucaramanga.
THE MAIL BOX
Essay on Becoming a Father
March 26, 1951.
Eleanor Mcllhenny,
Chief of Staff,
The Panama American.
Dear Mac:
I was out at Juan Franco yesterday and encountered
your able assistant, Bob Lawler, who is also Editor of the
P.A. His banjo eyes were eloquent of something he would
tell me if only I would ask and there was a definite bulge
under his shirt front right where the species vir sapiens
normally hides Its chest.
"What gives you that puffed-up, self-satisfied look,
tovarich?" I inquired.
"Well," he said, "as a matter of fact it's a 9-pound
girl name of Marilyn..." From then on there was no
stopping him. He gave me a graphic description of the
incident (which has not occurred more than a million
billion times since we emerged from the ooie and slime
of prehistory) and climaxed this communique with a
declaration that his charming Seora is up and walking
around as if it weren't anything more serious than twins.
In fact, everyone Is in grand order and condition, in-
cluding Dr. Juan Arosemena and Bob but especially
don Roberto.
There was no question but that this bloke Bob, was
punch-drunk with parenthood. He needed help. I put my
arm paternally around his shoulders and said:
"To quote that distinguished jurist and philosopher,
John O. Collins, who Is Just about to save the Canal Zone
from the ravages of income tax. 'don't take too much
pride in an accomplishment in which the jackass Is your
equal and the jack rabbit your master'."
Mac, what does one do with the remnants of a beau-
tiful friendship?
EDUARDO.
Teeth, Bones Found
By 'Graves' Team
Nay Be Identified
Carrying bones and teeth
which are expected to lead to the
identification of a skeleton found
on Washington's Birthday near
Cocle del Norte, two representa-
tives of the Army returned from
their search this morning.
The two Army men were Lt. M.
R. Wagner, of the Graves Regis-
tration Service and Sgt. Mark K.
Logan of the 33rd Infantry. They
had been flown to Cocle del Nor-
te last Thursday and were
brought out by Air Force helicop-
ter this morning. The evacuating
helicopter, piloted by Capt. H:il
Basham, took off from Albrook at
8 a.m. and returned to the Paci-
fic Side base at 10:30 a.m.
To reach the sriot where rub-
ber hunters had stumbled onto
the skeleton, the two Army men
had had to make a 40-mlle river
trip by cayuco.
Meanwhile Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
McClung, of San Marino, Califor-
nia, parents of Air Force Lt. Geo.
McClung who disappeared In Ihls
area six years ago, wrote The
Panama American for further
details. They had been sent a
clipping of the Panama Ameri-
can's story of last Tuesday, 1m
which their months-long search
for their son's body was summar-
ized.
"We have made contact with
Lt. Gen. Willis D. Crittenberger
by phone," they wrote, "and he
will check with Army headquar-
ters in Panama; therefore with
you good people on the ground
we may be able to get the, best
and most dependable facts."
Gen. Crlttenberger, then chief
of the Caribbean Command, had
been instrumental in aiding the
family in their search here.
Balboa Parents
Decide PTA's Future
Tomorrow Night
Members of the Balboa Junior-
Senior Parent Teacher Associa-
tion will meet at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow at the High School Li-
brary to decide whether the or-
ganization will continue.
Mafked by the same lethargy
as has been shown the past few
months In other local organiza-
tions. Interest in the PTA has
dwindled markedly this year, of-
ficers said.
Members will be asked by their
president. Lt. Col. Norman Elton,
to Indicate thei rdeslres on the
continuance of the group. If lt
is decided to continue the PTA
activities, officers will be nomi-
nate' and elected. If the PTA Is
put on an inactive status, an in-
terim committee will be set up
until such time as Interest re-
vives.
A program on student counsel-
ling activities, presented by Mis
M>r|e Weir pnd Cecil Munden
will precede the business mete-
Peron Reports
Are Puzzling
To Astronomers
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP) World famed ato-
mic scientists express mushrooming doubt that Argentina's
atomic fission achievements are as revolutionary or com-
plete as President Juan Peron claims.
Peron has replied by declaring: "I made my announce-
ment'not for foreign countries, but for my own."
Truman Urges
American Help
For Free Men
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP)
President Harry S. Truman plan-
ned to open the conference of
Foreign Ministers of 21 American
republics at 4 p.m. today with a
warning that they must help the
free men of Europe and Asia, lest
Communism overrun the Amer-
icas.
His prepared speech says:
"Both to the East and the West
we are confronted by great per-
ils.
"Our future progress and our
very survival lie in our defense
of the world order of free nations
of which we are a part.
"Instead of withdrawing into
our hemisphere in a hopeless at-
tempt to find security through
retreat we must concert our de-
fenses and combine our strength
In order to support the men In
Europe and Asia who are bat-
tling for freedom.
"That Is the only course that
can lead to security or peace or
freedom for us or for men any-
where in the world."
The conference was called to
organize the security of the
Western Hemisphere in the face
of Communist attacks and
threats against other countries.
Mr. Truman's call to action im-
pressed some observers as a plan
for a "Truman Doctrine'' to re-
place the Monroe Doctrine.
The Monroe Doctrine warned
Imperialist powers against at-
tacking or infiltrating this hemi-
sphere. Mr. Truman now pro-
(Contlnued on Page 6, Column 3)
"I wanted to address my patela
to whom I am responsible, shin-
ning the road followed by politi-
cians and newspapers in other
countries who He purposely___
They have not yet said their first
truth while I have not yet said
my first lie."
Western world atomic scien-
tists appear to have heard little
previously of Austrian born. Ar-
gentine naturalized Ronald Rich-
ter, 42, Peron's top atom man.
Washington reports say atom
scientists, traditionally cautions
about saying anything is impos-
sible, are puzzled by some state-
ments from Peron's researchers.
One noted astronomer here
said that if Rlchter's quoted
statement that Argentina's ex-
flosiona "are of the same kind aa
hose occurring in nova stars,
with the same speed of gases'*
meant that the explosions were
equal to those In novae stars the
statement "is Just plain crazy."
He said It would take billions
of atom bombs set off at once to
even approximate the energy re-
leased in a nova. Such an explo-
sion would destroy the earth.
Professor Phillip B. Moon, Bir-
mingham University, England,
said Rlchter's claim "seems un-
likely but there may be some-
thing to it."
Professor H. S. W. Massey, vice
president of the British Atoma
Energy Association, said that till
more information is forthcoming
on Rlchter's claim lt must be re-
garded as most unlikely.
Professor Sir George Thomson,
chairman of the first British Ato-
mic Energy Commission, thought'
lt possible Argentina had nwdej
advances but considered the
claims exaggerated.
Sir John Cockroft, head of
Britain's atomic research labora-
tories at Harwell was not availa-
ble for comment. Richter said the*
possibility of his technique hail
been forecast by Cockroft In 8 0(
(Continued on Page 6, Column 7>
AT THE CONCLUSION of "Operation Chepo," 2.00-man field
exercise held last week by the I'. S. Army Caribbean in the
Pacora-Chepo area of the Republic of Panama, the two op-
posing commanders meet on the "field of battle" and indulge
in a hearty handshake. Left, Lt. Col. Leslie R. Wilcox, lead-
er of the "Aggressor Force," which was presumed to have
landed on the Isthmus and established defensive positions;
right, Lt. Col. George L Mabry, Jr., commanding the "U. S.
Forces," whose mission was to overrun "Aggressor." Troops
of the 45th Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron
formed the main body of the colorful "Aggressor" force,
while the "U. S. Forces" were mainly composed of troops of
the 33d Infantry Regiment. For next week's exercises start-
ing Apr. 2 CoL Wilcox will continue in command of the Ag-
gressor force. Lt. Col. Frank H. Linneel, 2nd Battalion com-
mander, will take over for Col. Mabry as commander of the
U.S. forces. This week the troons in the field are having
unit exercises.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LE NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1951
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Hot Sulphur Springs Draw
Thousands To Mexican Town
By
PAUL F. ELLIS
MEXICO CITY, Mar. 28 (UP)
A former general in the Mexican
army has "harnessed" the flow
of one of the hottest sulphur
springs in the western hemi-
sphere and turned it into a
health resort that is attracting
thousands of Americans each
year.
This is no ordinary sulphur
spring. It has been flowing for at
least 1,000 years possibly for
many more years than thatand
it Is known that the Huastecan
Indians used its "magic waters"
to cure their aches and pains and
chronic skin disease.
For centuries, the water bub-
bled from deep in the earth and
created a large lake, about 10
miles from the Mexican town of
Valles. Its heat averages from 92
to 184 degreesso warm that on
cool days It throws off vapors of
steam.
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In the 1918 Mexican revolu-
tion, a young major, Gonxolo
Santos suffered a paralysis. For
a month, the story goes, he
bathed along with the natives
In the large lake of hot sulphur
water. His paralysis disappear-
ed. He returned to service and
later was named a general.
Years later. Santos won elec-
tion as governor of the state of
San Luis Potos, one of Mexico's
most beautiful states and one
with ideal cattle grazing ground.
He finished his term of office In
1949, but in the meantime had
begun turning the desolate coun-
tryside east of'Valles Into a fer-
tile valley through irrigation
techniques, with water being
used from the hot sulphur spring.
He built a 250-room, modern
hotel known as Hotel Tanlnul at
a cost of some 17,000,000 pesos
(or about $3,500,000 In American
dollars at the rate of exchange
in those days), and also con-
structed a bathing pool into
Cattalo May Provide
New Beefsteak Treat
OTTAWA, Ont., Mar. 26 (UP)
Canadians soon may be enjoying
a dash of buffalo In their beef-
steaks.
The advent of the new meat, a
cross between a bison and a steer,
will depend on the success of a
current experiment by the de-
partment of agriculture's experi-
mental farms service.
Agriculture scientists hope that
the experiments will result in a
new method of crossing domestic
cattle with the hump-backed an-
imals which once roamed the
mid-western plains by the mil-
lions.
The new research represents a
continuation of work originally
started by the experimental
farms service 30 years ago. The
object of the experiments is to
develop a useful hybridor cat-
taloembodying the desirable
characteristics of the bison with
the best features of the nation's
top types of cattle.
Mother's Phone Call
3ave8 Son's Life
FALLS Cm, Neb., Mar. 26,
(UP)Mrs. Everett Strough, even
more than she knew, was saving
her son as she waited for him to
come home from a week end par-
ty.
It was early in the morning
when she noticed a fire in the
living room of her neighbor's
house. The neighbors were out
of town so she called the fire de-
partment.
Firemen found her son. Rlch-
rd. 16, asleep on a davenport,
jrrounded by flames. He had
andered into the wrong house
and gone to sleep on the daven-
port with a cigarette burning.
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
Patience
By MERRILL BLOSSI
IF- 1t)U WJOVV HOT LICKS
LARRY. WHY wont TtXI
INTRODUCE ME TO HIM.
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^AREOTHER WAYS/;
ALLEY OOP
That Looks Familiar
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which the hot sulphur water
flows. At one point, It has a depth
of 25 feet. Its lowest depth is two
feet.
Today, the resort is only two
years old but it is a favorite
stopping place for Americans
motoring to and from Mexico
City. Thousands more come
here to get relief from their ar-
thritis, gout and chronic skin
diseases. Costs are moderate.
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From time to time, Gen. San-
tos, who is now 54 and devotes his
main interest to raising cattle,
has American chemists check on
the sulphur water. One chemist,
Dr. William A. Caudlll. of Mount
Dora, Fla., said his analysis shows
the Tanlnul water "can be rec-
ommended in the treatment of
rheumatism, neugalgla, gout and
various types of chronic skin dis-
eases."
The name Tanlnul means a
place where water may be filled
and in Mexico water is a seri-
ous problem.
The Hotel Tanlnul Is one of the
most modern in Mexico, Is ten
miles off the Pan-American
Highway at Valles and is situat-
ed In a grove of orange trees,
some 100,000 in number.
Midweslerners Drink
More Fresh Milk
CHAMPAIGN, 111-, Mar. 26,
(UP) City dwellers in Illinois
drink more milk than easterners.
University of Illinois researchers
think they know the reasons
why.
Lower prices, higher consumer
income and a difference between
store prices and home-delivered
prices are the reasons, according
to R. W. Bartlett and W. E. Col-
lins, milk marketing specialists
with the college of agriculture.
Baitlett and Collins surveyed
milk consumption In ten Illinois
cities and compared the result
with similar figures on 11 east-
em cities. They found Illlnolsans
drink nine quarts of milk per
year more than their eastern
cousins.
They found milk prices two to
three cents higher in the eastern
cities; Illinois income per person
went up 28 per cent more in the
last ten years than Income in the
eastern markets and all but two
Illinois markets dropped store
prices two cents below home-
delivered prices.
BRONCHIAL
ASTHMA
Sleep Sound All Night
The lorgest telling medicine fot
Bronchitis and Asthmo m oil ot bin-
iordly-cold Canada Is Buckley's Go-
nadlol Mixture (tripla acting)
blessing to thousonds and no* old
in all drugstores.
There It nothing .o ate and sur
in the world 2 or 3 doses in wee
ened hot water |ult before bedtim*
ond mony o Sufferer Irom stronglinf
choking Asthmo hos W* 'elle'
ond o good night's res ond ha'
bod. old. persistent, bronchlol cougr
has left .ou If von don't bellev.
't get o bottle at on> good druggu
oi vou eon depend on Bock lev's Co
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elief from thot choking, gaspim
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GREEN STAR...
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Security
By EDGAR MARTIN
COOV^> VOO TfcVV
VAl HOW MUCH V&
VIC FLINT
Arrangements
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MONDAY,' MARCH 2, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Eisenhowers Work As Pact Chief
Not Helping Presidential Chances
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP)
General Dwlght D. Elsenhower's
presidential possibilities are win-
ning support for his North At-
lantic Treaty Organization army,
but his political backers do not
think his new post as Supreme
Commander Is helping his white
House chances.
This paradox has become ap-
parent since President Harry S.
Truman appointed Elsenhower to
his European army command
Dec. 19, and particularly during
the "Great Debate" over the
transfer of four more United
States divisions to the European
army.
The Elsenhower-for-Presldent
boom was already gathering
team before his appointment. It
was launched by Governor Thom-
as E. Dewey, of New York, who
said he would favor Elsenhower
for Republican presidential nom-
inee in 1952.
The Republicans have no mon-
opoly on Elsenhower candidacy
hopes. A recent poll of Democrat-
ic state chairmen showed Elsen-
hower mentioned prominently
for the Democrat's white House
bidafter Mr. Truman and sec-
ond-choice Senator Paul H.
Douglas, III.
Though Elsenhower has said
every time he mentioned the sub-
ject that he Is not Interested in
politics those who hope the ma-
gic of his name and smile will win
an election will not rule him out
unless Elsenhower again flatly
refuses to run.
H1 s potential candidacy,
whether Eisenhower wants it
that way or not, is gaining
strength in the Senate for his
stand in favor of United State*:
manpower and arms for the
European army he heads.
There are two reasons for thin.
1) Those who oppose his can-
didacy fear that if they defeat
his program he may seek nom-
ination to crush any Isolationist
tendencies In the United States;
2) If he should by any chance
become President many politi-
cians would not want to be In the
position of having voted against
his policies.
This type of pressure was
sometimes used deliberately by
Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg in
pushing Republicans into an in-
ternationalist stand in paity
platforms and White House can-
didacies.
But Eisenhower's friends in
Congress and they are nu-
merous and powerful saw
better chances for the "draft
Eisenhower" movement when
he was civilian president of Co-
lumbia University than now he
is back In full military harness.
For one thing, there is a reluc-
tance to support a military man
for the highest office in the land,
though generals have been pres-
idents before.
Elsenhower put his finger on
another difficulty in recently
confiding to senators that his Job
of welding a capable army from
the forces of 12 nations is one of
the world's toughest jobs.
He further disturbed his friends
by stating he would be willing to
devote the rest of his Ufe to this
Job If necessary. But his friends
have not given up hope. They
grasp eagerly at reports that lie
will come home after a year or
so as Atlantic Pact commander.
Eisenhower is not talking poli-
tics right now, but he did tase
time this week to stamp on a re-
port that Mr. Truman had per-
sonally assured him that he
would be free to come home and
run for President next year.
FBI's Hoover Brands
Communists No. 1
Menace to U.S.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 28. (UP)
FBI dirc/tor J. Edgar Hoover
aid today that the most impor-
tant single menace to the United
States is "the Communist Parry
cf the United States, its mem-
bers, fellow travellers and sym-
pathizers."
His statement was part of a
copyrighted interview In the ma-
gazine "United States News and
World Report."
Hoover said the Reds are ex-
ceedingly aetlve and admit "they
.would prefer to have Moscow ra-
ther than Washington run the
United States."
He said the Reds have go.ie
underground and don't trust or-
dinary communications but jend
couriers from district to district,
and are passing out party orders
by word, of mouth. /
He said "the United Stales'
most urgent objective is to pre-
vent any disruption of our mo-
bilization program. We must taice
every preventive step possible to
safeguard our productive mlgiit
should we be faced with a grave
national emergency."
He said the FBI has Identified
43,217 Communist Party mem-
bers In the United States, rang-
ln.i from 22.575 in New York to
one in Mississippi.
He pointed out that even so
few Communists are dangerous to
the national security. Every Con<
munlst "owes allegiance to the
science of Marxlst-Lenenism and
his motherland Is the Soviet Un-
ion."
A segment of the party "hos
been taken out of active mem-
bership and has gone under-
Eround for possible action at a
iter date. All that remains ta-
bora ground of the Communist
Party at the present time is a ">elf
constituted core for appearances'
aake."
Decline Of A Monarch: The $5 Bill
Not since the days of Caesar has a monarch undergone an
ascent and decline as sharp as that suffered by the five dol-
lar bill. The newschart above shows that the "five" in 1919
had at its command: three pounds of steak, a pound of but-
ter, two quarts of milk, a dozen eggs, a pound of coffee, a
loaf of bread, five pounds of flour, five pounds of potatoes,
two pounds of sugar, a pound of prunes and cans of corn,
beans and peas. By 1929 the same bill was able to bring two
new subjects under its rule, a pound of bacon and a bag of
gumdrops for the smallfry. The bill, reigning in real glory
in 1939, enabled the shopper to hit the jackpot for more than
29 pounds of groceries. In cantrast, the once mighty mo-
narch, its scepter steadied somewhat by a price freeze, now
barely holds sway over five items.
Americans Hold Key Posts
In Atlantic Pact Command
By LYLE C. WILSON
WASHINGTON. Mar. 27 (UP)
When General Dwlght D.
Elsenhower finishes conferring
top-level titles to keep every-
body happy In the North At-
lantic Pact Armed Forces it will
be found that Americans have
the key jobs.
Lt. Gen. Lawrls Norstad has
been named commander-ln-
chief of the Allied Air Forces.
That means all the Allied air
from North Africa to Spitz-
bergen. He has been serving as
commander of the United States
Air Force In Europe.
Admiral William F. Fechteler
was named in February to be
commander-in-chief of the Al-
lantlc.
by Winston Churchill In the
British Parliament. He demand-
ed to know why the Socialist
Government had permitted an
American to be put Into that
position and whether no British
admirals could be found cap-
able of doing the job.
Premier Clement Attlee fumb-
led for an answer.
Before Churchill knew lt the
whole United Kingdom was
ablaze with protest. United
States diplomatic and military
officers were disturbed by the
angry clamor, but soon learned
thatChurchill had not at all
intended to stir up a blast of
anti-United States propaganda.
lied Naval Forces in the At-f^The question he fired at Attlee
had been Intended to attract
The British protest against attention to the unhappy plight
Fechteler's designation is what of the British navy.
is making Elsenhower so careful
now that important titles are
being passed around. No one
has had a more difficult task
than Elsenhower in finding
splendid designations for the
generals and admirals serving
under him.
There will be allied command-
ers scattered everywhere with
national, regional or area au-
thority.
Elsenhower will have his own
deputy supreme commanders
IOU.
Field Marshal Montgomery
has been given that distin-
guished position for all At-
lantic Pact ground forces. But
Eisenhower is a ground sol-
dier himself and If he fol-
lows World War II precedent
he never will surrender the
overall command of his ar-
mies to anyone.
The controversy over Fech-
teler's nomination for the top
Atlantic command was started
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"Please discuss the play of this
hand." requests a Sarasota cor-
respondent. "When lt was actual-
ly played in our game here, South
ruffed the third round of spaf.es
and led a trump. West held oil,
but took the second trump with
his ace and relumed his last
trump.
"South then tried out the dla-
moncis, discovering that the suit
did not break. By this time he
knew that East had started with
only two spades, two hearts, and
four diamondshence with five
clubs. East still had three clubs,
so South cashed the king of clubs
and then finessed the Jack. That
lost to the queen, of course, so the
contract was set,
"South said the odds were 5 to
2 that the queen of clubs was hi
the East hand. Was there any
way for him to know that the
queen was doubleton in the other
hand?"
Yesand South didn't have to
peek to find lt out. When West
led a third trump, South shoind
have won In his own hand in or-
der to lead out his last trump. On
this, dummy could discard a low
club. This trick would force East
to part with one additional duo,
since he could not afford to dis-
card a diamond.
Now South tries out three
rounds of diamonds, discovering
that East stops the suit. This
leaves only three cards in each
hand, and one of East's cards is
known to be a diamond. The
king of clubs Is then cashed, fol-
lowed by a low club.
East plays his two remaining
clubs on these tricks, but the dif-
ference Is that there Is Jtfien only
one card in his hand and South
knows that it Is not the queen of
clubs. Hence South puts up the
ace of clubs, dropping West's
queen.
Churchill knew as well as the
officials who. picked an Amer-
ican for. the Job that Britain
did not have the naval strength
to earn \he command for a
British admiral. The dispute
died down and is not likely to
come alive again.
What irks the British is
that they have become a sec-
ond rate naval power, and
here are figures to prove it:
United States: Carriers, 25;
battleships, 3; cruisers, 15;
destroyers, 205; submarines,
76.
Great Britain: Carriers, 9;
battleships, 1; cruisers, 15;
destroyers, 46, submarines, 32.
British pride probably is to'
be salved a bit by the nomina-1
tion of a Britisher to command
Allied seapower in the Mediter-
ranean,, but there may even be I
a string attached to this be- j
cause United States admirals do
not approve of British handling i
of aircraft carriers.
Philadelphia Paper
Manufacturer Here
For Isthmian Visit
George W. Fox, owner and
president of the paper manu-
facturing firm of the same
name of Philadelphia, arrived
here today aboard the 88 Pa-
nama. With Mrs. Fox, he will
visit R. R. Wilson of the Wll-
ford McKay shipping agency in
Cristobal.
During the last war Fox, to-
gether with executives from the
Philadelphia Enquirer and Re-
cord, set up a parsonal "USO"
service in the Broadwood Hotel
for servicemen. They followed
up their personal contacts with
the visiting soldiers, sailors and
air force men with periodic
news reports.
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FRANKFURT, Mar. 26 (UP)
The Krupp works, backbone of
the German arms and munitions
industry in two world wars,
have obtained authority to start
uuslne&s again.
British sources confirm that
the Combined Steel Board in
Dusseldorf has authorized the
Krupp works of Essen to build
a new foundry and iron works.
Application has also been
made by the firm, and by the
city of Essen, for authority from
the Allied High Commission to
construct a new rolling mill and
produce super-hardened steel.
At the same time German
scurces said Krupp has made
application for between 18,000,-
OU0 and 20,00X000 marks (4,285,-
712 and $4,761,904) of credit from
the German Federal Govern-
ment for rebuilding the dismant-
led steel works at Salzgitter
scene of last year's bitter Brit-
ish-German dispute over dis-
mantling.
Irish Farmers Seek
Rabbit Bonanza
DUBLIN, Mar. 26 (UP)Ato-
mic-age weapons will be used
soon against Ireland's public
enemy number one, the rabbit.
The price on the rabbit's head
Increases dally as demands for
more and more meat flow Into
Dublin from Britons limited to
an eight-penny weekly ration of
meat.
Farmers with the door sud-
denly opened on a huge new
market for the pest are plan-
ning to go after him in a big
way.
The best Idea so far is one to
send squads of ferrets into the
underground warrens.
An atomic-age weapon soon to
come on the market is the radio
ferret, which can locate the real
ferret in any burrow within two
minutes and enable the trapper
to recapture him.
A special harness equipped
with a small coil Is fastened to
the ferret. It transmits signals
to the hunter by a vibrator
worked by a small dry battery.
Tree-Dwelling Youth
Keeps His Health
CLEVELAND, O., Mar. 26 (UP)
Richard Granger has lived the
last five of his 17 years up In a
tree at night, that Is.
Dick fixed up a more-or-less
snug house in a tree outside his
parents' comfortable ranch-type
dwelling when he was 12 and
has been sleeping there ever
since, despite his father's and
mother's logic and his school-
mates' teasing.
He's perfectly healthy, too,
and has had only one case of
sniffles In all the years.
It was also revealed that
the Krup locomotive works
the only unit of the once
giant industrial complex to
escape destruction by war-
time bombing and postwar
destruction has obtained
0,000,000 narks (S2.380.952i
interim credit from the Bonn
government for the purchase
of raw materials with which
to fill foreign contracts.
These developments came less
than two months after Alfred
Krupp, 44, head of the war-
bloated firm, was released from
Landsberg war crimes prison
where he served five years and
10 months of a 12 year sentence
on charges of spoliation and
plunder.
But lt is said that Alfred
Krupp, who visited the Essen
plant Mar. 8. has nothing to do
with the various moves to put
the sprawling empire back on
Its feet.
The authorized beginning will
be comparatively small: The
foundry will have a capacity of
800 to 1,000 tons monthly. It will
employ a starting force of 150
workers, and will probably be
In production by mid-May. The
new Iron works will start turning
out 500 tons monthly probably
late next fall.
According to a Krupp spokes-
man the initial production of
the new foundry will be largely
chanelled to the locomotive
works for expanded production.
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MONDAY, MARCH M, 1.51
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Wildcats-Kentucky And Kansas State-In NCAA Finals
Teams To Meet Tomorrow
At Minnesota V. Campus
By United Unu
The Wildcats art a surt thing to win the 1951 N.C.A.A.
basketball title. But whether it will be the Kentucky Wild-
cats or the Kansas State Wildcats is another question.
Kentucky and Kansas State will settle that question
Tuesday night when they meet in the N.C.A.A. grand final
at the Minnesota University field house in Minneapolis.
.-Adolph' the consolation game inthe
Kentucky and Jack Western playoff, with ari M-fff
victory over Brigham Young
winners of the Invitation Tour-
nament.
The runners-up In the section-
The opposing coaches
Rupp of Kentucky a
Gardner of Kansas State-are
taking different views of the title
game, j i
cocky and confi-
Onrdner is cocky and conn- me tuuin-up u. ""
dent "We know Kentucky Is sup- al finals- Uto and the Okla-
nnsed to be the top team in the homa Aggieswill meet in the
ountrv the estate coach consolation game at Minneapolis
vs 'but we aren't going to Tuesday night before the start of
Minneapolis for the buggy ride." I the Kentucky-Kansas State
Syi^i&lS&Z SrKTheestewrtChevro.ets are the
SatuVdav'night Is scared and ad- I new champions of the National
* St John's of Brooklyn won the ley paced the Chefcolets to vic-
^^eKa^K KCt- ^ StsWlTne Vrd,nSKCchamyn
"In^
ItloSme in ^National In- won the third place^ consolation
vltation Tournament one week, game with new 72-55 victory
ago. Washington University took over Peoria, Illinois.
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Jackie Robinson Offered
Montreal Managerial Post
MONTREAL. Mar. 2 (UP)
The 'Montreal Standard said Sat-
urday that Jackie Robinson,
Brooklyn Negro star, has been of-
fered the Job of managing the
MIAMI BEACH.-It has been the harsh misfortune
Williams since achieving baseball fame to be Prewnted toUM
"public In a series of distortions, including that of an "ft team
player and humble servant of the fans, but to confuse him with
a sports columnist who happens to bear the same namewen,
! that is carrying columny much too far.
To make matters worse, Introduction of his name the Ke-
tauver crime conversations the other day came at a time when
. "he charm boy of the Boston Red Sox was defending himself
. against a charge that he spat at fans in Tampa who had booed
Jiii futility at the plate and lethargy on the base lines during an
'^TATpillng anguish on misery when Bill O'DiiWi:. our
^Ambassador to Mexico, in a sprightly colloquy withi Sen Charles
tobey, named Ted Williams as a source of his 'nfo.rma.tlon. -M 5 0
Oakland, California
N. Yk. (Al 000 100 0034
Oakland (PCL)
100 001 0002 11 1
Fred Sanford, Bob Muncrief
ifli, Wally Hood (8> and Larry
Berra, Charlie Silvera (7, Ralph
Houk (9>: Harrlst and Lamman-
no. HRMarshall (Oak.).
Lakeland. Florida
Phlla. (Ni 300 000 2117 12 2
Detroit (Al 102 200 0128 14 2
Robin Roberts, Jim Konstanty
(7) and Stan Lopata: Virgil
Trucks, Dizzv Trout (6), Hal
White (9i and Frank House. WP
White. LPKonstanty. 1
Montreal Royals of the Interna- roniecture.")
('I would say the same thing
about Peewee Reese. Duke Snid-
er, Roy Campanella or some oth-
er players," O'Malley explained.
The matter is In the realm of
tional League when "his playing
days are over."
In a dispatch from Its Vero
Beach, Fla.. correspondent, the
newspaper said the offer wa
made to Robinson by
"I warned him that first he
would have to prove himself a
handler of men. He told me he
alwavs had a warm spot In his
, heart for -Montreal." O'Malley
Walter. was quoted by The Standard.
O'Malley of the Dodgers, the Roy-1
als are a farm club of the Dodg-1
ers, and was where Robinson
broke into professional baseball.
"Jackie told me that he would
be both delighted and honored
to tackle this managerial post,"
the dispatch quoted O'Malley as
SUV 111"
(In Miami, O'Malley said there\ outfielder, who was with St. Paul
Is "no reason why Jackie at a fu-1 of the American Association last
ture date could not become the year. The St. Paul club is also a
manager of a Trlple-A club" but farm for the Dodgers, and the
emDhLlzed that no formal offer j shift will be made within 10 days,
had been made to Robinson. the paper said.______________^^
Negro ballplayers proved pop-
ular In Montreal. In addition to
Robinson, Don Newcombe, Sam
Jethroe and Dan Bankhead have
played with the Royals.
The Standard said also that
the Royals expected to get Jim
Pendletoh, 28-year-old infielder-
On The Alleys...
Homa Keglers Defeat Petitos
While Stempel Loses; Win
Bowling Title
jumped over Pederson to go Into
eighth place In the league, while
Pederson dropped to ninth. Wll- th_ same
ber held 10th over Whitney of his'
own team, who is Just 60 pins off
Albrook Flyers
Cop 18th In Row
The Albrook Flyers Saturday
afternoon won their 18th straight
game as they blanked the Navy-
Marine West Banks by a score of
8 to 0. The Flyers will thus meet
the Houston Bu'faloes at Beam
Stadium Tuesday afternoon with
a record of 38 wins against one
loss.
The Flyers jumped to a quick
two-run lead in the very first in-
ning and kept the lead as they
continued to tally three more In
the second p.nd one each In the
fourth, fifth and eighth innings.
Meanwhile, Pamblanco. doing
the hurling for the Flyers was
pitching shutout ball for the Fly-
ers. Pamblanco went the route
as he scattered eight hits to chalk
up his 14th win of the season
against one loss.
, For West Bank. Opacic started
on the mound and went the dis-
tance to be charged with the loss.
After the first two Innings, in
which the Flyers took a five to
nothing lead, Opacic settled down
and gave uo just four scattered
hits the rest of the game.
For th% Flyers. Houseknecnt
pot a single and triple to lead the
assault, while Howard got a sin-
gle and double. Blnch also col-
lected two singles for the Flyers
For West Bank, Hanlon and
Parkerson each collected two hits,
while Hobson got a triple during
Houston Buffs Meet
Army Stars Tonight
The Trlple-A Texas League
Houston Buffaloes arrived at Al-
brook Air Force Base this morn-
ing at 2:40 for a four-game ex-
hibition series with the Armed
Services baseball teams on the
Isthmus. The Buffs will open the
series tonight when they tackle
the Army All-Stars at Balboa
Stadium.
Managed by Lt. Col. Herbert
Cooley and coached by M-8gt.
Lloyd (Reni Thomas and Sgt. 1-c
Goldle Golden, the All-Stars will
send their strongest team to date the Buffs will facthe A brooks
HOUSTON BUFFALO!*
Stelner. 2b
osta. u
R*c, rf
Wltte, lb/
Shofner, lb
McOaha. If
Lewis, cf
Fusselman, c
Pokelman, p
Rochlnskl will probably stark
on the mound for the All-Stars.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock:
to the diamond for the series
opener. The starting lineups are
as follows:
ARMY AIX-STARK
Young, cfAmador
Alfaro, 2bKobbe
Bergeson lbAmador
Lisbon, IfCorozal
Madeline, ssCorosal
Felix. 3bAtlantic Sector
Del Valle, rfKobbt
Beaudoin, cCorosal
Cruz, pKobbe
Rochlnskl, pCorozal
Hansen. pAmador,
Flyers at Beam Stadium, Albrook
Air Force Base. The probable
batteries for the Flyers will be
Pamblanco, pitching and Corbln,
catching. On Wednesday after-
noon the Buffs will engage the
All-Service Stars at West Bank's
Symington Stadium and will re-
turn on Thursday at Beam Sta-
dium for the fourth and final
game with the Albrook Flyers.
Admission to tonight's tune
Sill be free. While at Albrook the
uf f aloes will be quartered at Al-
brook Air Force Base.
(Phlla. i.
Tampa. Florida
Boston (Nl "B"
001 010 0002 8 2
Cinci. (Ni 000 000 0101 9 0
Dick Donovan, Bob Hall (6)
and Ebba St. Claire: Herman
Wehmeier. Harry Perkowski (7i
and Bob Scheffing. WPDono-
van. LPWehmeier.
9 0
Bradenton. Florida
Phlla. (A i 002 400 0118
Boston (N) "A"'
110 000 0103 9 2
Carl Schelb, Lou Brlssle (6)
and Joe Tlpton; Warren Spahn,
Jim Wilson (6i and Walker Coo-
per. WP-Schelb. LPSpahn. HR
Sam Chapman (Phlla.).
-Uookmaklng was not exactly an unknown art In the lovely niiis oi; Qeore Munger, Cloyd Boyer
*: New Hampshire, the Senator's native state, the Inference being! (5l Jonnny Yuhas "9i and Del
Miami, Florida
St. L. (Ni 000 010 0315/10 1
BklyniNi 100 030 0004 9 1
George Munger, Cloyd Boyer
Major League after last Tuesday
night's play was as follows:
Games Average
SfaKKEn SS i&Sfi3$3 "8. *. a.
day night when they defeated the
cellar-dwelling Petlto team three
Sames for four points, while the
[ax R. Stempel Insurancemen
were able to take but one game
from the fourth-place Boyd Bros,
team. Which "cinches" the 1950
Major League Bowling Cham-
Slonshlp for the Homaltes. with
ut one more night to play.
* 'that the Senator's moral Indignation was restricted by geographic-
" ^nnodrde"'that you better understand how the $100.000 ball-
I player was dragged into the proceedings, the following excerpts
I from the O'JDwyer-Tflbey exchange are reproduced:
1 O'Dwyer': They Jay every New England bookmaker of any
account spends his summers in Bretton Woods. New Hampshire.
oWyer* That'is what they say, and it is written in your
**P Tobey: And will submit to you that I never believe any-
thing I see In the Manchester Union...
* *
O'DWYER GOT CONFUSED
The next several minutes were devoted to personalities during
which the Senator described his dearth of affection for the editor
o the Manchester Union and abhorance for his political opposi-
tion in the slate. It was at this point that our Ambassador sought
to strengthen his position.
O'Dwver: It was written by Ted Williams.
Tobey: Who is he?
O'Dwyer: A sports writer from "the Telegram.
Tobey: Isn't he an outfielder for the Boston Americans.'
O'Dwyer: I don't know about that. That is what they wrote:
Thirty million worth of bookmaklng in your state.
Tobey: I should put an asterisk after that. "Important if
fUeBefore getting to the facts having to do with the above per-
haps our Ambassador's confusion can be explained. Ted Williams
la interested in a number of enterprises. During the baseball sea-
son he maintains a literary ghost who spells out the Great Man s
views on the National Pastime, a product which enjoys wide
circulation in New England. __.
But it wasn't Mr. Williams, the ballplayer, or his ghost,
who called attention to the summer colony of bookmakers in New
Hampshire. This was done some months back when Sen. Tobey.
visiting New York, professed his horror that Gov. Tom Dewey
would permit Saratoga to conduct open gambling during tne
month of August. .... ___......
It was suggested, without condoning the Saratoga practice,
that the Senator would create a more convincing impression in
his role as vice crusader If he cleaned up his own backyard first.
It is quite possible, of course, that the Senator, as he claims,
was unaware that the rugged charm of Bretton Woods and en-
virons was ever befouled by the sporting gentry with their eso-
teric morning line, scratch sheets, jockey changes and limit pay-
offs. While this was a service vacationers seemed to expect and
appreciate, lt was not conspicuously advertised in the travel
cuides. Unless you happened to be driving through and stopped to
inquire of the gas station attendant, the hot-dog vendor dr the
hooked-rug salesman, chances are you'd never know just w'here
.. to get a bet down. Obviously the Senator vacationed elsewhere
Whether the play ran to $30,000,000 is pure guess work. But
was plenty big and the Saratoga comparison is value enough.
Rice; Preacher Roe. Carl Ersklne
(61 and Rov Campanella.
WPBoyer. LPErsklne.
San Francisco, California
Cleveland (A>
202 280 10015 16 0
San Francisco (PCLi
000 100 000 1 3 5
Early Wynn, George Zuverlnk
(7) and Ray Murray; Barnes,
Lamer (4). Savarese <6i,8uglsh-
lta (81 and Eastwood.
Cambridge Scores
5th Straight Boat
Win Over Oxford
LONDON, Mar. 26 (UP).
Favored Cambridge won its
fifth consecutive victory over
Oxford in the 97th renewal of
their rowing race on the
Thames River.
The winners completed the
approximately 4' miles wind-
ing course about 15 lengths
ahead of Oxford, according to
unofficial estimates.
It was later officially an-
nounced that Cambridge had
won by "about 12 lengths" in
the slow time of 20 minutes
51 seconds.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
it
ROCKY DIDNT GET HURT
Down here the Kefauver show is spread all over page one of
" "the dailies and presumably commands a vast radio audience.
.T^ieveral of the sterling sportsmen who have been named in the
-testimony own winter palaces here and it is conceivable they fol-
low the action with more than casual interest, though, up to now
they apparently have found no way to bet on it, which must
indeed be distressing. _
I had expected to see some of them at the Grazlano-Jones
. prize fight on Monday night but the first-row chairs their cus-
< mary accommodations, were filled by others. A probable explan-
ation Is that lt was not a betting fight. Graziano was 1 to 5 and
the outcome was suspected from the start, it being reasoned, lo-
gically, that his managersone of horn's In the local pokey
weren't going to get him hurt with a rich summer match, very
likelv with Sugar Ray Robinson, coming up.
Graziano didn't get hurt. There were some authentic blows
struck and the customers seemed pleased. Jones gave the climax
an ostentatious touch when he came up after the 10 count and
went down again wilsi a resounding belly whopper. There was
also a note of the theatrical in his frenzy to break loose from his
handlers in the corner and renew the attack when it was all over.
Mike Jacobs was a ringsider. It is a delight to report the old ticket
scalper has lost none of his feeling for the moreenabllng phases
ot the business.
"Lousy crowd." he commented.
Faltering Philip!
Philip's life is filled with bruises.
Well-worn steps and rugs he uses.
Repairs would leave his home like new...
P. A. Classifieds, just the right clue!
FIRST RACE
1Recodo $12.80, $4.60. $2.80.
2El Mono $3.80, $2.60.
3Cafetal $2.80
SECOND RACE
1Mandinga $4.20, $2.40.
2Golden Tip $3.
First Doubles: (Recodo-Man-
dinga) $21.
THIRD RACE
1Buenas Tardes $4.80, $4.80.
$3.20.
2 Risita $8.60, $6.40.
3Volador $7.
Third Race One-Twe: (Buenas
Tardes-Risita) $54.80.
FOURTH RACE
1La Espaola $6, $3.60.
2-Diosa $8.20.
Fourth Race Quiniela: (La Es-
uaola-Diosa) $28.
FIFTH RACE
1Welsh Loch $18.40, $4.80; $2.80.
*Plnard $2.80.
SIXTH RACE
1Secuestro $9.20, $5 60, $280.
2Charles 8. $8.40, $4.
3Baby Betty $6.80.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Mr. Foot $12.20, $5.40.
2Polvorazo $3.
Second Doubles: (Secuestro-
Mr. Foot) $43.20.
KIGHTH RACE
1Cup of Joy $C80. $12.40, $4.40.
2Paques $16.40, $4.40.
3Pulgarcito $2.20.
Eighth Race Quiniela: (Cup of
Joy-Peques) $124.
NINTH RACE
1Golden Triumph $11, $6.80,
$3.40.
2Paragon $12.60, $3 40.
3Blido $2.40.
Ninth Race One-Two: (Golden
Triumph-Paragon) $113.
TENTH RACK
1Pajarito $4. $1.80, $3.
2Cacique $3. $2.80.
3Exlto $7.
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Purple Spray $2 40, $2.40.
2Olive Blossom $3.
Going Into last Tuesday night's
Slay at the Diablo Heights Club-
ouse alleys, the Homa team was
but four points up on the Stem-
pel team, and had both teams
won four points, the match next
Tuesday night between Homa
and Stempel would have decided
the outcome of the 28-week
schedule. With the win of four
points, however, even if Stempel
wins all three games next Tues-
day night, the Homa team would
be three points ahead, as they
now lead 76 to 69 In the win col-
umn over the Stempeleers.
In the Homa match, the last-
place Petltd team had no chance,
as the Homamen, led by Levl Dll- ,
Ion with 584. followed by Best
with 578 and Arnold with 517. won
t will. Ironically, neither File-
bark nor Frelsels, two mainstays;
of the team, were able to register
even 500. For the Petlto team, Lu- !
lu Zebrock was high with 550,
followed bv Bill Zemer with 501.
No one else on the team made
MO.
In the Stempel-Boyd Bros,
match. Anchorman Wilber led for
his team with 534, followed by
Whitney with 528 and Colston
with an even 500. The absence of
ace Leo Presho for the first time
this season contributed material-
ly to the downfall of the team, as
Morton, for the Boydmen. racked
up a splendid 642 with individual
games of 202. 244 and 196, follow-
ed by Jack Schneider with 191,
165 and 190 for 546. The win over !
Stempel knocked Stempel's
chances to tie for first place, and :
kicked the Boyd team Into fourth
place in the semi-final week.
The Tropidura painters boost- |
ed themselves into third place in ,
the league with a four-point win
over the Angelinl keglers, as Bud
Balcer again proved himself the.
top bowler of the week with a i
splendid 668 series with lndivi- I
dual games of 202, 222 and 246. He
was followed by Eady with 544.:
Rhodes with 537. and Mallee with j
526. while Doc Hunt brought up
the rear. For the Angelinl liquor- j
men, Pederson returned from a
short trip to the States, was high
with 534, followed by substitute
Crecellus with 506. No one else on
the team registered 500.
The powerhouse men from the
Fuerza y Luz took three points
from the 7461st AU Signal team
to move Into a tie for fifth place
In the league, as all members of
the team averaged over 500 for
the night. Wilber Norrls, league
prexy. had high of 574 for his j
team, followed by Engelke with
545, Stephens with 529, Thomas
with 524. and sub Kelsev with 503,
while Henry Madeline of the Ar-
my squad was the only man on,
his team to hit over 500. with in-
dividual games of 172,189 and 181
for 542.
Balcer........ 81
Morton........ 78
Dillon........ 68
Presho........ 78,
Madeline...... 81
Engelke........ 60
Malee........ 81
Best.......... 81
Pederson....... 72
Wilber........ 81
195-18
195- 7
195- 0
186-75
186-46
185-35
183-19
183-13
183- 6
182-27
Lloyd LaBeach
Wins 220 Race
MELBOURNE, Mar. 26. (UP)
Lloyd LaBeach of Panama
today won the 220-yard Stew-
ards Purse at the Stawell meet -
ing in 21.5 seconds from scratch
despite strong headwinds.
Hobson, playing left field for,
West Bank, made one of the most
sensational fielding catches of
the year at Beam Stadium, as he
raced back to the left field wall
to make a leaping one-handed
catch of Sclafani's long fly ball
which was about to bounce hlh
off the left field fence for extra
bases. Hobson was running with
his back to the diamond when he
made his catch.
Starting lineups:
ALBROOK: Howard, If: House-
knecht, ss: Chatham, lb: 8clafa-
nl. cf: Williams, rf; Blnch. 3b;
Stanley, 2h: Corblri, c; Pamblan-
co, p.
WEST BANK: Cyr, 2b; Panaro,
ss; Kelly, 3b; Hobson, If; Tierney,
rf; Nemlc, c; Parkerson, lb; Opa-
cic, p.
Another Hoop Star Under
Arrest In Bride Scandal
Score by innings:
230 110 1008
Albrook
West Bank
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Finest Puerto Rican Rum
Distributor: DURAN Phone t-2126
NEW YORK, Mar. 26. (UP) ^~
One of New York City's best-
known basketball players In re-
cent years has been Involved in
the bribe scandal.
Twenty-four-year-old Don
Forman a former New York
University star is being held
under $5,000 bond as a material
witness.
Forman Is charged with ap-
proaching City College of New
York players to fix games this
season, A spokesman for the
District Attorney's office says
Forman talked with the players
before the start of the season.
The spokesman says Formnn
made an offer to fix games for a
gambler.
The names of the City College
players haven't been revealed.
Neither has the name of the
gambler. But the spokesman for
the D.A. says the gambler isn't
Salvatore Sollaaso. who already
Is under arrest on charges of
bribing players to throw games.
Thirteen players from City
College. Long Island University,
New York University and Man-
hattan College are under arrest
In the bribe scandal.
Forman returned to New tforV:
from Jacksonville, Florida, this
week. He was pi ked up by detec-
tives at his home in Brooklyn
and District Attorney Frank Ho-
gan questioned him all after-
noon.
Forman played four seasons
for N-Y U between 1944 and
1948. He played In three Nation-
al Divltatlon Tournaments n twice was chosen on the AU-M-
tropolltan New York team. For-
man later played for the Minnea-
polis Lakers of the National Bas-
ketball Association. He has been
associated with his father in a
Jacksonville liquor business since
last summer.
Brcwsler T.K.O's
Hawkins In Feature
Of McKay Benefit
A scant crowd of approximate-
ly 300 fans attended the benefit
fight program for Stanley Mc-
Kay's widow and children ls
night at the Colon Arena. Wil-
fredo Brewster won the main
bout by TKO in the tenth and
final round over Baby Hawkins.
Steven Bennett knocked out
Hankin Barrows II In the second
round of a scheduled six-round-
er. L. Thompson scored a tech-
nical kayo over Al Marshall in
the second round, also.
Ivan Porter scored a unani-
mous decision over Young Ashley
in another six-rounder while
Pascual Ampudla took a four-
round decision from Kid Zefln
n
The other preliminary was won
by Herb Douglas who knocked
out Pedro Tesis In the second
round. Douglas is a younger bro-
ther of Young Flnnegan.
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Fuerza y Luz. . 53
Angelinl.....40
Petilos......27
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Levl Dillon that he was on his
way to the top with his high 688
series for the week, which boost-
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first place over the other two.
with 195-16. Bill Morton stayed
right along with Balcer with a
fine 642 which gave him 195-7.
just nine pins behind. Levl Dillon
tried but was unable to match
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WITNESSES:
Narciso AyalaCdula No. 47-8*8
Antonio Donato M.Cd. No. 74-25026
RICARDO FABREGA JR.
Notary Public, Panama
DAVID O. MEDINA
Secretar*


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&, 96, Batloa JJ. RECEPTION AT VENEZUELAN EMBASSY
HONORS COLONEL ROMAN MORENO
Coloael Fills Roman Moreno, Chief of Staff of the Vene-
Wlan- Army, was the guest of honor at a reception which
the Ambassador Wf Vonemela and Mrs. Enrioue Castro Gomez
Sfo Saturday evening at the Embassy on La Cresta. To meet
mtral Roman Moreno they invited a large group from of-
ficial and social circles of Panama and the Canal Zone.
Congressional Party
T Be Honored Today
The Oharg d'Affalres of the
United 8tates ad interim and
Mrs. Murray M. Wise are giving
a reception today at 5 p.m. at ine
embassy residence on La Cresla
in honor of/ the United States
Congressmen who arrived this
morning for a visit to the Isth-
mus.
Mr. Linares Leaves
frr Washington
Enrique Linares Jr. of Panama
left recently on a short trip to
Washington, D.C.
Spend Week-End
at El VaUe
Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte. Miss
Cecilia Heurtematte. Mr. and
Mrs. Adolfo Arias, Jr. and their
children spent the Easter week-
end at El Valle.
Return from El Valle
Mr. and Mrs. James Burgoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lombard
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donovan
returned last evening from a
week-end trip to El Valle.
Mr. and Mrs. Koonts
Honor Mrs. Austin
Mr. and Mrs. G. LeRoy Koonta
gave a cocktail party Saturday
evening at their residence in Bal -
boa honoring her mother, Mrs.
Iretta Austin of New Orleans,
who is their house guest.
Mrs. Austin and her husband,
the late Charles B. Austin, were
residents of Cristobal several
years ago. She arrived recently
for a visit of three weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Koontz.
Among those entertained with
Mrs. Austin were: Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur T. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs.
R. 8. Herr. Mr. and Mrs. William
Lierman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Van Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Tassinari. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sul-
livan. Mrs.. Columbia Relman,
Mrs. Cora Adams, Mrs. Blllle Gal-
loway. Miss Jane Cenac, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl J. Browne. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Hall. Mr. and Mrs.
Sumner Parker, Mr. and Mr.
Drastic Land Reforms Block
Peasant Unrest In Italy
By H. M. BOSSI
o
CROTONE, Italy, Mar. 28 (UP)
Baron Pietro Berllngleri has
been called the King of Sila. His
38,653 acres of land were once a
private kingdom so. far as the
land hungry peasants ist South
Italy were concerned.
He lived in fine villas in Rome
and Naples, and never had to ap-
pear in person to control his es-
ta,e-
That was true up to November.
Today the 47-year-old baron is
hardly a king. His estate only
covers 4,942 acres. The remainder
was expropriated by the Sila
Land Reform committee to be
given to landless peasants.
This episode, and others like
It, have been body blows to the
Communist Party here. The
Communists demanded land
reform for years. When the an-
ti-Communist government
started the reform the Com-
munists opposed it tooth and
naU on the grounds that the
peasants were not going to get
anything.
Today the peasants can see for
themselves what they are getting.
Communist propaganda Is mak-
ing little headway.
Land reform moves slowly
through red tape, but the expro-
Bible b Translated
Into New Language
WASHINGTON. Mar. 2 (UP)
Three natives of the Solomon
Islands and an Australian mis-
sionary have completed a trans-
lation of the Bible to the Marovo
language.
It was a task started 30 years
ago by G. F. Jones, pioneer Sev-
enth Day Adventist missionary to
the Solomon's Marovo Lagoon.
Pana, Tasa, and Rlni are the
three native Adventist pastors
who helped complete it.
World War II forced evacua-
tion from the Solomons shortly
after work on the New Testa-
ment had been finished. At the
close of the war. the Old Testa-
ment translation was begun and
final portions were worked out in
Australia with the help of A. R.
Barrett, Adventist missionary
there.
While portions of the Bible are
available in 1.118 languages and
dialects, complete translations
have gone more slowly. Publica-
tion of the Marovo version will
make the entire Bible available i
In 191 languages.
priations and gradual parcelling
of land out to the peasants is the
most dramatic political event
South Italy has ever known.
Sila Land Reform committee
members who are technicians and
not politicians say: "The Com-
munists were hurt badly. The
peasants had gone pretty far to-
ward Communism, but they are
cold towards it now."
In one village I saw a Chris-
tian Democratic Party official
collecting Communist Party
membership cards and hand-
ing out paid-up cards in his
own party.
He said: "The Communists are
having a hard time to keep their
ranks in order. They sav land re-
form is a fake, that the land that
is being distributed is not good,
and that they will give good land
to those who stick with the party.
"But in places like Santa Seve-
rlna where land has been given
out already Communist agents do
not get a welcome any more."-
Communlst propaganda has
been aided by Rome's slowness in
enacting projected road plans,
and by legal feuds with land bar-
ons who are not surrendering
peacefully.
v
Bickering over what slices of
property should be expropriated
drags on and on. But the Sila
Land Reform committee plugs
ahead with amazing patience.
Charles Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ild Howerth. Mr. and Mrs. M.
F. Bailey and WO. Adams.
Visitor Leaving
for Colombia
The Right Rev. John B. Benr-
ey, director of the Overseas De-
Sartment of the Episcopal
hurch. will leave by airplane
Wednesday for Barranqullla, Co-
lombia, for a week's visit to the
Church's Mission in that coun-
try. Bishop Bentley has been tne
house guest of the Right Rev. Re-
ginald Heber Gooden and Ms.
Gooden in Ancon for the past
week. Bishop Gooden will accom-
6any him on his trip to Colom-
ia.
Returning from Texas
Mrs. Frank Scurlock of Bella
Vista is expected to return to-
night by airplane from a vaca-
tion trip to Birmingham, Alaba-
ma and Tyler, Texas.
Mrs. Straus Hostess
At Luncheon
Mrs. Robert'J. Straus gave a
luncheon Wednesday at her home
in Balboa, entertaining the mes-
dames Jones, Coleman. Howard,
and Charles. Mrs. Jones won the
prize for high score in Canasta,
which was played after the lun-
cheon.
Return From Santa Clara
Mrs. S. S. Irvin, her daughter.
Miss Martha Irvin, Miss Anne
Howze, Miss Geri Snodgrass, Miss
Catherine Cross and Miss Edna
Curies returned yesterday from
a week's stay at Santa Clara
Beach.
Arriyes From Colombia
Allen Lowrle 0f Bella Vista has
returned to Panam from a trip
to Colombia.
Archdeacon Townsend
To Address D. A. R ^Meeting
Archdeacon Townsend will be
the speaker at the DAR. meet-
ing to be held Saturday at 3 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. George Eu-
fene, Apartment 5, 765 Barnaby
treet, Balboa.
Music Group ,
Meets Tonight
The Music Group of the Canal
Zone College Club will meet to-
night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs.
W. A. Webb, 790 C Tavernllla
Street, Balboa. The program,
based on Csar Franck's "Symph-
ony in D Minor." will be present-
ed by Miss Dorothy Moody. All
members of the College Club are
welcome to attend this meeting,
and members of the Music Group
are especially urge! to be pres-
ent. /
BH
DURING THE U.S. ARMY CARIBBEAN field exercise "Opera-
tion Chepo," troops of the 33d Infantry Regiment's 1st Bat-
talion ford the Pacora River early on the morning of Mar. 29,
aboard a halftrack bearing an anti-aircraft machine gun, as
part of the "U.S. Forces" attack on the positions held by the
"Aggressor Force," which was presumed to have landed on
the Isthmus and whose destruction w*s the mission of the
"U.S. Forces." (U.S. Army Photo)
Seneca Indians Still Get
Cash, Cloth Under Old Pact
When Summer Comes
A Red Cross Irst sid count will
teach yen practical thins like us-
lns a mif utni for splint (above).
YOU MAKE IT
JIFFYI
"THE FAVORITE
DESSERT OF MILLIONS"
father...
antect your baby!
Pure. Wand Johnson's Riby OH wt\\ help
preterit Baby's skio from charing and
becoming irritated.
Notice About
I.A.W.C. Picnic
Members of the Inter-Ameri-
can Women's Club who are going
to the picnic lntheon Wednes-
day at "La Joya" are asked to
meet at 9 a.m. Instead of 10 a.m.
at the club headquarters on Sha-
ler Road In Ancon. Each member
is to take her own picnic lunch.
Times Have Changed
In Factory World
WINCHENDON, Mass.. Mar. 26
(UP)Times have changed since
1830 when these conditions ex-
isted in Amasa Whitney's facto-
ry:
Work started at 10 minutes be-
fore sunrise throughout the year,
closed at 10 minutes after sunset
during the summer months and
at 30 minutes after eight p.m.
during the winter. \
Saturday was an "easy" day.
The factory closed at sunset.
Workers couldn't leave their
Jobs during the day without per-
mission from the overseer. Heavy
fines were imposed for impeding
work or damaging machines.
Lost time had to be made up
before a worker could be paid.
Four weeks' notice had to be giv-
en before a man could quit. Oth-
erwise he lost four weeks' pay.
A man given permission to
leave the factory was docked a
week's pay If he didn't return at
the specified time. Reading, eat-
ing fruit and unnecessary con-
versation during working hours
was prohibited. Nobody could
smoke in the plant.
Whitney was big-hearted,
though. He allowed his workers
25 minutes for breakfast. 30 min-
utes lor dinner and 25 for supper.
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WARREN, Mar. 26 (UP)Hid-
den among the billions in Presi-
dent Truman's budget for this
year was a sum of $6,000 to buy
treaty goods for an Independent
nation which, strangely, is locat-
ed within the boundaries of the
United States.
The money will provide some
cash and cloth for every citizen
of the Seneca Indian nation. This
item in the annual budget is re-
quired forever, under the terms of
a treaty signed by the Snecas
and the U. S. government short-
ly after the Revolutionary War.
The same treaty settled other re-
lationships between the two
countries, including the Indepen-
dence of the Seneca nation.
Their territory covers, roughly,
the Allegheny River Valley for
some 35 miles north ofthe Penn-
sylvania line. Another segment
exists in Pennsylvania but it
operates under different rules.
The Snecas are pure Indians,
for the most part speaking
their own language instead of
English. They have their own
laws and are not subject to the
white man's law except for sev-
en major crimes. If they have
disagreements with their white
neighbors, they take the matter
to Washington, as any other
nation would.
Some VS. cities built in Sene-
ca territory pay taxes to their
nation. One is Salamanca, N. Y.,
a thriving railroad center with
about 12,000 population.
About half the Snecas conti-
nue to worship in the manner of
their ancestors and fellow reli-
gious practices which tradition
says were "Inspired'' by an old-
time chief named Handsome
Lake. Certain men called speak-
Insutance Company
Wants To Know
SALT LAKE CITY, Mar. 26,
(UP)Charles Burtrom was be-
ing taken to the hospital in an
ambulance after having been in-
volved in an automobile accident.
The ambulance, siren walling,
failed to dodge a slow-moving
motorist causing another mishap.
Burtrom's Injuries mounted. To
make matters worse. Burtrom's
insurance company demanded to
know which accident was respon-
sible for which injuries.
That was anybody's guess.
ers have memorized the words
handed down by Handsome Lake
and repeat them on religious oc-
casions.
At a Long House near the Al-
legheny River, Indians in cos-
tume take part in ceremonial
dances seldom seen by white per-
sons. The dances are so old that
no one today remembers what the
various motions mean.
The Seneca-U.8. treaty re-
ceives more than token attention.
About 15 years ago U. S. engineers
building a flood control dam
across the main stem of the Al-
legheny as part of a project to
protect Pittsburgh.
However, It would have flooded
a segment of the Seneca nation,
so It was never built.
Night-Raiding Deer
Upset Utah Town
SPRING CITY, Mar. 26 (UP)
This town is bothered by "noc-
turnal deer." Seven .head of
deer have been making regular
witching-hour visits. Residents
of the town have spied on the
animals and have seen them in
orchards, barn-yards, and roam-
ing about the city.
The deer converge on the
town around midnight and make
themselves at home sometimes
until dawn. They roam the
streets, strip rose bushes, shrubs
and help themselves to hay from
haystacks in corrals In different
parts of town.
-Arttantic -3c
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vu 'Men j:.. via
lioi 195, (jalun Jtltphon$ (jal*
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MISS DONADO HONORED WITH LINEN SHOWER
Miss Ana Isabel Donado, whose wedding to Mr. Francisco
Mata Amador, of San Jose, Costa Rica, will take place March
SI, was complimented with a linen shower given by Ml Ol-
ga Herrn at her home in Colon Saturday afternoon.
After the gifts were opened buffet refreshments were
served. A large heart-shaped cake centered the table and
was topped with confection doves and roses. Pink carnations
completed the decorations.
The guests included the mo-
ther of the bride; Mrs. Julio Do-
nado with Mrs. Christina Ama-
dor, Mrs. Clementina Hart, Mrs.
Esllda Diego, Mrs. Maria Saenz,
Mrs. Julieta Lam, Mrs. Raquel
Mkuschett, Mrs. Hermlsenda Lan-
caster, Mrs. Ella Barcia, Mrs.
Carmello Mndez, Mrs. Cristina
Simmons, Mrs. Sara Quintero,
Mrs. Rosa Mendoza, Mrs. Ida
Chadwlck, Mrs. Astra Brooks,
Mrs. Carlota Navas, Mrs. Lena
Mojlca, Mrs. Sellda Tom, Mrs.
Manila Beliz, Mrs. Sabina Rios,
Mrs. Monee Carrasco, Mrs. Olga
Ecker, Mrs. Amanda Lampo, Mr.".
Berta Ruiz Mrs. Cristina Jounz,
Mrs. Hazel Morales, Mrs. Delia
Cruz, Mrs. Maria Borin, Mrs. Do-
ra Seixas, Mrs. Tereslta Garcia
and Misses Yolanda Magdalena,
Virginia Rodriguez, Celia Saenz,
Berta Hernandez, Cacay Villar,
Xenla Villar, Olga Harris, Mamy
Harris, Sarida Nieto, Raquel Le-
vy, Enas Jan, Etty Aguilera, Ne-
gra Aguilera, Maria Luisa Mo. -
rel, Maria R- Fernandez, Gloria
Pardo. Baby Herrera, Judith Ber-
toncini, Esther Ramos, Daisy
Chang, Dora Herrera and Gloria
Davis.
Family Dinner Party
at Brazos Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
mond had the members of their
family with their visiting uncie
and aunts, Mr .and Mrs. Nicholas
Cuoco and Mrs. Gerard Cuoco. ol
New York City, for dinner yester-
day.
The guests present Included:
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond,
Mrs. Joseph N. Raymond and son,
Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bler-
baurr. of the Pacific Side with Mr.
and Mrs. V. G. Raymond an i
Jerry Raymond. Mr. and Mrs.
James Reccia with Ralph and
Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Noonan, Miss Jenny Satrlale and
Miss Ann Miller.
Green has been reemployed with
the Gatun Locks.
Visiting
Mr. and Mrs. James Deans of
Bella Vista are spending the fu-
tir holidays with their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
James Piala of Mount Hope. Th y
were accompanied by Edward
Healey.
Emblem Club Sponsoring Dance
Cristobal Emblem Club No. 52
is sponsoring their first dance to
be given at the Elks' Home at
Brazos Heights Saturday, April
14 from 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Arrangements are being made
by Mrs. Dora Bell, chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Edith Hennlng and
Mrs. Doris Leesen. Tickets are a
dollar per person and entitle ihe
purchaser to a chance on a
handsome door prize. Call Coco
Solo 336 for tickets.
Turkey Dinner Sponsored
by Gatun Auxiliary
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gatun Union Church is sponsor-
ing a turkey dinner to be given
at the Gatun Masonic Temple
Friday, April 13.
Tickets will be sold in advance
by members of the auxiliary.
They are $1.50 for adults and 75
cents for children under 12 years
of age.
having a Silver Tea at the Gil-
bert House Wednesday. March).
S3, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. for tnt
benefit of their philanthropy,
committee.
M-s. Stanley Kidd is chairman
of the tea. A musical progra.
will be furnished by the membei
of the Cristobal High School
String Ensemble with the Misse*
Anna and Rita Fisher as accom-
panists.
Members are requested to bring
four guests.
Mental Patients OK
As Modern Artists
PITT8BUROH. Mar. 26, (UP)
One of the strangest of modem
art collections is that of Dr. Ed-
gar Foltln. professor of psychol-
ogy at Pennsylvania College for
Women.
Although all the artists in Dr.
Foltln's collection are mentally
disturbed patients In Institutions
across the country, it's difficult a
for even the doctor to distin-
guish the dividing line between
psychotics and "normal" artists.
Some of the paintings rank
favorably with highly recognized
art of the day. What's more,
they produce about the same ef-
fect on the viewer as accepted
examples of modern art they
bring out "the hidden you."
/Woman's Club
to Have Silver Tea
The Cristobal Woman's Club '.s
Of DISTINGUISHED
DESIGN
That Really Was All
Officers Discover
LOS ANGELES. Mar. 26 (UP)
Paul Holllnger and Btuart
Sipma, patrollng their beat in a
police car. heard the following
announcement:
"Go to 132 Bunker Hill St.
Woman wearing a wedding ring
and nylon stockings."
Then, In the time-honored
fashion of the police radio, the
message ended, "That Is all."
When the officers found the
woman, the ring and stockings
were her only Items of clothing.
She was booked on a charge of
drunkenness.
Duplicate Bridge
at Margarita
The weekly duplicate bridge
games will be played this evening
at the Margarita Clubhouse. Any
interested residents are cordially
invited to Join the group.
The winners "of last week's
games were: East and West: Mrs.
Henry A. Hartwlg with Mrs.H. F.
Green; Mr. Thomas Orr and Mr.
O. O. Brown; Mrs. J. A. Cunning-
ham an dMrs. R. B. Ward; North
and South: Miss Jeanne Doble
and Mr. Harry Freedland; Mr.
L. E. Cottrell and Mr. Julius Loeb;
Mr. Sam Roe and Col. H. A.
Greene.
Recent Arrival
Mr. Clarence Green and son,
Darrell, former residents of Ga-
tun, returned to the Isthmus Fri-
day evening and are occupying
quarters in House 41 Gatun. Mr.
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'Voice In Garden'
Pageant Planned
By Salem Mission
COLON, Mar. 26 "A Vo.te
In the Garden" will be present-
ed at the Sale Mission Church
3rd Street and Central Ave., at
7:30 p.m. Thursday. The mu-
sical background will be gifen
by the Salem Mission combin-
ed choir
T'ne cast is composed of Miss
Mary Brathwaite, Claudius Aus-
tin and Miss Joyce Greenland,
in the "Garden of Joseph", E-
milla Hardln, Car/nen Clark,
Robet Messiah an (piola Carter.
In a "Child's Garden',' and
Charles Payne, Mis Adriana
Austin, Sylvester Parrls and
Austin, Sylvester Parrls and Mis
Miss Viola Carter, In the "Gar-
den of Life."
Prince Bernhard
Flying To Rio
On Goodwill Tour
RIO DE JANEIRO. Mar. 2(..
(UP) The plane In w.-ilch
Prince Bernhard of the Nether
lands is flying to several Sou h
American countries on a goodwill
tour is expected here this after-
noon from Recife, western termi-
nal of Its trans-Atlantic flight
from Dakar, French West Africa.
Prince Bernhard will fly on I o
Montevideo this afternoon.
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launched several federal and lo-
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FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE: Chrysler 1949. No*
Yorker, used one year, cost new
$3.600, radio, seot covers, best
offer over $2.000. See Ned Neville
N.C.C.S. 2-2851 or 2-1653
Bolboa._________________________
: FOR SALE:49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
lo 302.______________________
FOR SALE1950 Olds "88,'- 4-door
Sedan, hydromatic, radio, under-
coated. 5623-D Hecker Place, D.a-
bio. 4-6 p.m. Tel. 2-1889.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:1950 Pock-
ord. 4-dcor Sedan. W S W tires,
rodio, new condition will occept
ttode, smaller cor. Con be iin-
- need. Telephone 25-3520.
FOR' SALE:1949 Studeboker Cham-
... plon, 4-door Sedan, 13000 mi.,
excellent condition. $1,300 terms.
:.- Dr. Springall House 0207, Herrick
">< RTd. Ancon. Phone 2-6393.
, FOR- SALE:1950 Chevorlet, 4-door
block Deluxe Sedon W.S.VV. tires,
chrome wheels. A beouty driven
only 5500 miles. $1650. 532-B
Curundu Hts. 83-3280.
,.FOR SALEBuick Club Coupe 1940,
" aood condition. Tel. 2-1207.
- .A59-D, Los Cruces St., Balboa.
TNEW heavy duty caterpillor D-4 with
angle dozer. 1942 Mock truck 2\i
,. ton. good condition. All duty poid.
1 .-.1439-C, Owen street, Bolboa.
FOR SALE:Two Ford Panel Delivery
^TJucks. Closed bids accepted. In-
.'.'^uir ot Pan Americon World Air-
ways. Inc.. "L" Street No. 5, De-
Ltsseps Pork. Manoger's Office.
-K3R SALE: Chevrolet Pickup 1-2
.l.ton 1940. Motor overhouled. Duty
''.7""poid. International Pickup 3-4 ton.
*"" Excellent condition, priced to sell.
Gorage Smithy, Colon 1102-J,
" Gristobal \2325.
MISCELLANEOUS'
Do you hove a drinkmj aroblem?
Writ* Alcohlico Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. MHdew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Piano Winter Spinet, ol-
most new. Priced reasonable. Q St.
No. 5, Ap. 12.
Moudrys Orchid Garden. Orchids
available for all occasions, bou-
quets, corsages, anniversaries, wed-
dings, hospital. Phone Cristobol
I03i night or day. Palm, plants
available for decorotion or land-
scaping.
Bamboo magazine rack, $15.00.
Porch screens, $10,00. Louvers
(duplex), $10.00. 6 piece wicker
set. $50.00. Electric clock, 25
cycle, $2.50. Motors, 25 cycle, new
1/4 h.p.. $25.00, used 1/4 h.p..
$20.00, 1/6 h.p., $10.00. Bench,
grinder, $8.50. Set sockets, $25.00.
1/2" electric drill AC-DC, $30.00.
10" band sow Delta, 4 blades.
$35.00. Desk, $10.00. Wood vise,
$2.50. Sewing machine, $50.00.
30. volances (duplex), $15.00.
One chifforobe, $20.00. House
5758-B Diablo, Tel. 2-2937.
FOR SALE: Dont fear IURGLARS.
Buy a Belgian'Police pup. Except-
ional breed. Phone Shrapnel, Bal-
boa 2820.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Moid to live in; English
speoking only; to core for infant;
do housework, laundry and some
cooking. House 476-A Second St.
Cocoh. 2-1066. References.
LESSONS
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1949 four Beginners or advanced students. Learn
door sedon, low mileage, duty paid.
Tel. r-1289 3-1818._______
" ---------
;."FOR SALE:1951 Ford Custom, 4-
' Door. Phone 83-6185, offer 4:30
p. m.
FOR SALE1949 Ford 6, 4 Door
Sedan. Coll 2-1467 or 5647, Apt.
I, Diablo, otter 6 p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury 2-door,
radio, nylon upholstery, white side
wall tires, $1.700. cosh or finance.
Call 87-5192 after 4:30 p. m.
popular piono playing. Rapid sys-
tem. Bennett's Studio. No. 9 Juon
B. Sosa Street. Telephone 2-1282,
Pana mi.
Sunday;
Ft. Amador Soldier
Found Dead
Autopsy Under Way
An enlisted man of the 516th
Car Company, Fort Amador, was
found dead on the bank; of the
Canal, near Building No. 7, at
12:45 pm. yesterday.
The soldier had been on de-
tached service with Headquarr-
trs Company. Special Troops,
also located at Amador.
He had been absent since
midnight bedcheck Friday and
was declared missing, and a
earch begun, when he failed
to report for duty at 3 p.m. Sa-
turday.
The soldier's body has been
removed to Gorgas hospital for
in autopsy, and Army author-
ities meanwhile have begun an
investigation of the circums-
tances.
The victim's name, in accord-
ance with Army practice, La j
withheld for at least 48 hours
pending the notification of his
next of kin.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Westinghouso refrige-
rator; price $1 10.00. House 5520,
Apt. B, Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: Diningroom furniture,
livingroom furniture, Simmons
double bod, Sorvol gas refrigerator,
oil exceptional bargain. Plomera
Nacionol, Control 210.
PERSONALS
Friendship club donee Hotel Pon-
American El Voile. Jimmy Dunn's
Orchestro, featuring Hornett b
Dunn Ballroom dance team. Satur-
day, MorcH 31st, 8:00 p. m. 75*1
per person. For reservation call Mr.
Lurrt. Panoma 2-2446 or Mr. Dunn
274-3105.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
RESORTS
Philhoo- Beach cottago. Sonto Claro
Box numfcer 435. Balboa. Phono
Portme 3- 187? or Cristobal 3-
167?
GRAMLICH'S Sonto Claro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, modralo rates. Phone
Gamboa. 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Sonto Clara Beach Cottages.
I wo oedrooms, ItCtric refrigera-
tion Rockoo rang**. Phono Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except Week-ends.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Furnished house, thro
bedrooms, diningroom and parlor,
very quiet neighborhood. 18th St.
No. 96-A, near Vio Porras, Son
Francisco.
TWO LOTS FOR SALE: In cool Los
Cumbres, 125 minutes from Anconi
all utilities, available, near crest of
gentle hill, about 1,000 square
meters. Section is being rapidly
built up. Good investment or build-
ing site. If you wish to inquire
obout this, call 2-1293 or write P.
J. Runkel, Box 249 Diablo Heights.
SENATE MAY
PROBE LINKS
(Continued from Page 1)
bets on Illinois horse
track
raees.
^t Is my contention andj
I may be wrong that you'
are a party to breaking the'
law,." Tobey said.
'I agree with you," Brodson
said, after a pause.
"t)o you know of any broken >
homes because of gambling?",
asked Sen. Wiley.
"No more than I know be-;
cause of stock market manlpu- i
lations." he replied.
To more Wiley questions, Brod- \ r\ PlIGrtO RlCO
on said he thought the basket-
Stubborn Gromyko
Stalemates Big 4
Deputies Meeting
Bv JOSEPH W. ORIGG
PAKIS, Mar. 26 (UP). The
Easter weekend probably decid-
ed whether the West and Russia
are going to sit down together
In a Big Four Foreign Ministers
(conference tnis year.
Easter marxed the end of
l three weeks of preliminary talKs
among tne Foreign Ministers'
aeputies. in that time they got
nowhere in sight of an agree-
ment of an agenda for the For-
eign Ministers to discuss.
If they cannot agree on an
agenda there will be no Foreign
Ministers conference, and no
hope of a negotiated settlement
of East-West differences.
Over Easter the West gave
Russia one more chance to snow
she really wants a Big Four
parley. Soviet delegate Andrei
A. Gromyko was given time to
ask his government whether he
should make concessions to end
the deadlock.
By tomorrow It should be
clear to the Western delegates
whether a Big Four conference
is ever to take place.
What has happened in the de-
puties' meetings so far Is that
each side has presented a list of
Items It wants the Big Four to
discuss. But the lists show the
East and West to be poles apart.
Thp West wants a big Four
conference to be focussed on a
general discussion of the main
causes of tension in Europe to-
day.
In Western eyes the huge
armed forces of Soviet Russia
and her satellites are chiefly
responsible for the tension. The
West is willing to Include other
question, such as the demilitar-
ization of Germany, the Ger-
man peace treaty, and Germany
unity, but only as part of the
overall picture of European ten-
sion.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:One independent floor,
private entrance, No. 4 First St.,
Perry Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. Call 2-2374.
Eastern Airlines
Will Fly Direct
ball teams of the big ten con-
ference were all on the up and
up. But he said there were "one
two teams in the mid-west
at were not above suspicion."
Be said he thought no state
was as free of crime In Its cities
ay Wisconsin.
'That's a good place to stop.
Alec," said Sen. Tobey.
Sen. Wiley's first name Is
Alexander Alec for short.
Brodson identified James
Snyder, of Steubenville. O.. as a
former bettor on football and
basketball pames. Rice said
finydtr posed a-s an oil man.
Prodion s-id Snyder was
"respected' because he won
more often than he lost.
NEW YORK. Mar. 28. (UP)
Eastern Airlines Inaugurated a
direct New York-San Juan, Puer-
to Rico, service today when a
Constellation took off for San
Juan with the line's president.
Captain Eddie Rirkenbacker. and
54 guests. Including Mayor Vin-
eenl Impelletterl, of New York
City.
Pan American World Airways
have also started a service on
this route.
In each case the 64 dollar
sln-'le fare Is believed to be the
cheapest scheduled overseas air
fare In history.
Pen American are providing
no^h'ng in the way of food, not
even coffee,.
Coati Mundi Stamps
Will Be Withdrawn
From Sale Friday
The ten-cent Barro Colorado
commemorative stamp which
features the well-known local
coatl mundi will be withdrawn
from sale Friday, it was an-
nounced today by James Mar-
shall, Chief of the Postal, Cus-
toms and Immigration Division,
The stamp was issued In April
1948, to commeorate the 25th
anniversary of the Canal Zone
Biological Area at Barro Colo-
rado Island In Gatun Lake and
was the first Canal Zone stamp
to show the picture of an ani-
mal.
The Issue has been popular
with philatelists and those in-
terested In Barro Colorado Is-
land. About half a million have
been purchsed since the stamp
was placed on sale -three years
ago.
The reservation on Barro Co-
lorado Island was established
April 17, 1923 ten years after
'.'re Gatun Lake area was flooc-
ed, for the preservation in
their natural state of local biro,
animal and plants life. Since
tnat time, Is has become inter-
nationally known as-a natuisl
laboratory for the observation
aiid study of the flora and
i.iima of a tropical forest u.-.cl
has attracted prominent scient-
ist from many parts of the
world
The coati mundi, or gato solo,
which appears on the stamp,
Is one of the best known local
animals. Similar In appearance
and action to the United Stales
raccoon, he is friendly, ck-'.cr
and mischievous and makes a
personable, if troublesome, pet.
TRUMAN URGES
AMERICAN
(Continued from Page 1)
poses American nations should
reach out to help free men else-
where.
He does not suggest sending
troops. He Implies most help
should be economic.
The economic moves also will
aim at stabilizing prices of goods
traded among the American re-
publics.
Mr. Truman will offer the fol-
lowing seven-point program for
greater mutual security In the
face of problems raised by ag-
gression :
li The first step In solving
these problems Is to face them In
a spirit of cooperation;
2i We must establish the prin-
ciple of sharing our burdens fair-
ly;
3) We shall have to increase
the production of strategic ma-
terials;
4) We shall have to divert ma-
nufacturing capacity to defense
purposes; .
6) We must try to prevent
wild and speculative price move-
ments In our International trade
whether in raw materials or
manufactured products:
8i It is essential to our secur-
ity that we constantly enlarge
our economic capacity. Our de-
fense needs Include In many
areas more food, better educa-
tion and better health services.
They Include In certain cases
the building of roads, dams and
power plants;
71 Growth In strength by go-
ing forward along the raod of
greater economic opportunity
for all.
Russia has opened a propa-
ganda offensive against the
meeting. Pravda said the Unit-
ed States seeks to get command
of Latin American armies and
force countries south of the
border to sell their goods at
prices set by the United States.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment. In newly constructed
building,' for further details call
Mndez & Zubieta. Phono 2-3035.
ALHAMRA APARTMENTS for rent.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061, 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oparmtent,
corner, sitting-diningroom, screen-
ed, $65-56. Ave. Porros, Key oport-
ment 3, Quijano, callo 8 No. 15,
phone 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3 bedroom
apartment. No. 28, 40th Street.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Amer-
ican home, near Ancon bus-stop, to
American woman. References re-
quired. Tel. Panami 2-3067.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, large.
cool, cleon room; modern con-
venience; hot water and phone, to
respectable married couple or two
persons. Avoilable March 28th.
Peru Ave. No. 65, lower left.
FOR RENT:Room furnished, cool
clean, ideal. Reasonable. 48th St.
No. 7, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished cool
clean room, mcols if desired. Bella
Visto, 46th St. 18-A Phone 3-
1789., office hours, 2-1693. .
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bella Vista. With all com-
forts. No. 13, 43rd Street.
Committee To Urge
Congress End or Cut
Farm Price Support
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP)
Chairman Joseph C. O'Mahon-
ey, D., Wyo., safd today the
Senate-House Economic Com-
mittee has "generally agreed"
on a report urging Congress to
consider reducing or ending
farm price supports and federal
gTants to states In a new battle
against inflation.
He told a reporter the report
has been circulated to commit-
tee members and met with their
general approval In two secret
sessions, with "divergent opin-
ions here and there.'* He hopes
to get formal approval at a
meeting Tuesday. He added that
Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., O., joins
him In backing its general Idea.
O'Mahoney said the gist of
the report Is recommendation
"for an attack on the rising
cost of living and the rising
cost of defense by the adoption
of positive policies designed first
to increase national revenue,
second to hold government ex-
penditures down, and third to
expand production."
He said It lndlctes a belief
that a seven per cent expansion
of national production this year
and 25 per cent In the next
five years, as recommended In
President Truman's economic
report to Congress," "is possible
of achievement."
But he said the committee
believes Congress must be pre-
pared to fight Inflation straight
across the board by reducing, If
not abandoning, expenditure
programs which are not es-
sential to defense or to increase
production.
The attack comes as President
Truman and his top advisers
began drftlng plans to over-
haul the defense mobilisation
laws for controlling production,
prices and wages.
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CABINET ATTACHMENTS
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Cup Shelves Spice Shelves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others.
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279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
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PORRAS
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Panam, R. P.
DRY SEASON
Is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
Ropidura ;
THE BEST FOR LESS
MONTEVIDEO, Mar. 28 (UP)
- speculation ended over the ^ lg entirely new.
whereabouts o La Prensa pub- The Argentme alorruc research
Usher Dr. Alberto Gaanza Paz
gentlne atomic process are Ar- rank CosteUo Joe Adonis, Jake,
gentine, and uranium is not i (greasy thumb) Guzlk and other
used, he said. The Argentine remnants of the old scarface all
Capone bootlegging gang.
best-equipped In the world, ac-, vice Presidential candidate nexS
cording to Rlchter. year.
orSr^ri^ls- &U? ^"A^"^
bLiCn0^PloPe0ratrd ^ "^Sat. ^eat^n^SoVand
There are no cyclotrons or' House at In Missouri, even
high-tension power lines on the though the candidates in neither
island because "we are follow- case weie linked with any
er countries are studying nu- The Illinois victim was former
clear reaction with cyclotrons; Senate Democratic Leader Scotc
we are saving time with another
method."
Richter's staff on Huemuul Is-
land Is very small for two rea-
sons, he said. First, because of
the need of protecting the sec-
recy of Investigation. Secondly,
because he Is using electronic
brains which do the work of
W. Lucas who had the misfor-
tune to run on the same ticket
with Police Capt. Dan Gilbert;
after he was tagged, as "the
richest cop in the world."
Other results Include:
A House investigation of whe-
ther gambers and racketeers
500 employes yet can be handled evade federal taxes on their huge
by only one employe. Incomes and disclosures that
1 K the treasury has 400 agents
The Huemul Island experl-; checking them, with at least 88
lisher Dr. AlDerto uajnza mz laDoratorp on Heumuel Island on I It has injected 8en. Estes Ke-
when newspapers here disclosecr Jake gt San Carlos de Barl. fauver ,D., Tenn., the chairman,
he had arrived In Uruguay locne_ near the Chilean frontier, into the national political spot"
H\ ri,Unl",1 nu moy?i is very small but Is one of the light with mention as a possible
ranch In San Pedro, near Colo-
nla, about 40 miles across the
River Plate estuary from Buenos
Aires.
Newspapers report that Galn-
za Paz arrived at Colonia alone.
They say he arrived either by
yacht or private plane.
When It became known he was
In this country numerous friends
sought to speak to him by tele- mg a different path. While oth- wrongdoings on their own. The
phone, and newspapermen and
photographers set out In droves
hoping to Interview him.
Galnza Paz told one newsman
over the phone that he had come
here for a rest, and declined to
comment further.
Uruguayan President Andres
Martinez Trueba is understood
to have been told of Galnza Paz
arrival and ordeted police pro-
tection round.the ranch where
he was staying.
It is not known how long he
will remain in Uruguay. He may
come to Montevideo In the mid-
dle of this week.
He was last reported In Argen-
tina last Wednesday when police
refused him permission to fly to
Uruguay to spend Easter with his
mother on the grounds that his
papers wese not In order.
The joint Congresslonar Com-
mittee Investigating La Prensa
had ordered him detained for 15
days on a charge of contempt of
the committee.
Meanwhile in Buenos Aires the
committee yesterday closed La
Prensa's branch office at the sea-
side resort of Mar del Plata. The
branch office had maintained a
news bulletin board for holiday
makers till La Prensa's main
building in Buenos Aires was
closed.
Meanwhile in New Orleans, a
newspaper publisher from El Sal-
vador said that La Prensa Is
backed "morally" by all Latin-
American papers.
Publisher Jos Dutriz and his
brother, Rodolfo, publish the dal-
ly La Prensa Gratifica in El Sal-
vador.
Dutriz said he already had of-
fered La Prensa "any amount of
space in our news columns It may
need to make Its voice heard. La
Prensa has the moral support of
all Latin-American newspapers."
menu led to the discovery of
gases and particles of enormous
velocity. Rlchtef will shortly
publish studies revealing the ex-
istence of velocities up to 3,200
kilometers (1,987 miles) a sec-
ond, a thousand times more
than any known explosives or
rocket fuels.
"Our reactors can produce ex-
plosions equal to those registered i saie liquor business some "un-
ln stars like Novae. We are fol-| desirable" holdovers of the pro
cases just about ready for pro-
secution.
Pressures for federal laws to
prohibit interstate transmissions
of bets and gambling informa-
tion.
A proposal to amend the fed-
eral alcohol tax law with the
Idea of driving from the whole-
lowing a new path of discovery
and proving little by little the
work we do." *
"We shall not say how we do
it but only that we do It. Rea-
sons of secrecy forbid me to tell
all we do."
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
. CHIROPRACTOR
#20 TI voli Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 tq 8 p.m.
imtotR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Jean France
Tel. 3-1503
win a POLAROID
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wr lekhed. permeaeat pietare a
aliante later. Tea, it'a aa airapU aa
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoinini International Hotel
hibltion era accused of "boot-
legging" Into dry regions.
In addition, a general squeeze
on gambling by local law en-
forcement officers was report-
ed from most of the cities In
which the committee has con-
Rlchter told newsmen that ducted hearings since Its forma-
Argentine's first atomic ex- on early last year,
plosion Feb. 18 caused "an lm-I About the only exception was
mense noise", but said the blast Nevada where gamllng Is legal,
could not be heard in the near- Reno reported ttatNnadad-
est town San Carlos de Borllo- ""s were somewhat amused
che, six miles away. y * Public clamor over tna
He said this was because Ar-
"discovery" that some persons
in public office also hold gam-
gentina had solved the problem '" P"c "' "because ItIs com-
of controlling the release of "ng Interesta Jcause 1
trolling
atomic energy.
GIVE!
Cairo Police Disrupt
Anti-British Parade
CAIRO, Mar. 28 (UPKPolice
today dispersed a "Peace" de-
monstration by 500 students and
workers parading the main
streets In the center of Cairo
shouting for British evacuation
and peace.
It was the first Cairo de-
monstration to shout peace
slogans.
The parade was staged In the
evening whereas Cairo demon-
strations habitually break out in
the morning.
News dlspatche3 on the pa-
rade were delayed by the censor.
Congressional Group
Has Orientation Talk;
Will Transit Canal
Sight seeing trips In Panama
and through the Canal have
been arranged for the group of
14 members of the House of
Representatives and their fami-
lies while they are on a visit to
the Isthmus this week.
The group of 40. one of the
largest congressional parties to
visit the Canal Zone in sever.ri
years, arrived this morning on
the Panama liner Panama to
spend a part of the Easter re-
cess of Congress on the Isth-
mus. They were met at the ship-
slde by representatives of the
Canal and military services and
came to the Pacific side by
Panama Railroad motor car
soon after the Panama was
docked. The group was wel-
comed at the Balboa Heights
station by Acting Governor
Herbert D. Vogel who Invited
the Congressman to an orienta-
tion conference In his office
this afternoon.
All of the group, with the
exception of Rep. Lindley Beck-
worth, of Texas, and his family
who will stay at the Hotel,
Washington, came to the Pa-
cific side.
Arrangements have been made
for a sight-seeing trip through
Panama City and to Old Pa-
nama Tuesday morning. The
following day the group will
have an opportunity to see the
operation of the Canal. They
will make a trip through the
Canal from Pedro Miguel to
Oatun on the launch Wolcott
as guests of the Acting Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Vogel. Lunch
will be served aboard the
launch and the party will Ins-
pect Gatun Locks early Wed-
nesday afternoon.
The party consists of the fol-
lowing Representatives: Mrs.
Cecil M. Harden, John V. Bea-
mer, William L. Springer, Thad-
deus M. Machrowicz, Harold
Ostertag, Carl Albert, Hugh B.
Mitchell, Jere Cooper, Carl T.
Curtis, Mr. Beckworth, William
E. Miller. Isadore Dolllnger,
Louis B. Heller and R. W.
Relhlman.
Truman Names Four
For General's Stars
The United States Army
Caribbean was notified toda/
of the nomination by President
Truman of several officers to
permanent and temporary ge-
neral Officer status.
Those whose names wre
submitted to the Senate Include
MaJ. Gen. Paul H. Strelt, for
the permanent grade of mujor
general. Medical Corps, Regtuar i
Army; Brig. Gen- James C. fi.v,
ior permanent brigadier gene-
ral. Fegular Army; Col. Arcne-
laus L. Hamblen and C^l. i
Anthony J. D. Blddle, for ten- j
porary brigadier general, Army I
ol the United States. 1
General J. Lawton Collins,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, Washington, D. ('..
indorses the American Red
Cross as follows:
"1950 has been a challeng-
ing year for the American
Red Cross as its splendid
organization for service in
time of emergency has once
again been called upon to
meet the tremendous demands
of war In Korea as well as
those of peace.
"The Army Is well aware of
the magnlficant contribution
which the Red Cross has mad
in the past and Is mking now
to the welfare of the men
and women who wear, and
have worn, the uniforms of
our Nation. We are .forever
grateful and we welcome this
opportunity to lend our whole-
hearted support to the fund
appeal which must be ful-
filled ,in order fer the Amer-
ican Red Cross to have the
necessary strength with which
to meet its great responsibil-
ities during the grave months
of 1951 which lie ahead."
Walter Chandler's
Funeral Services
Will Be Today
Funeral services for Walter B..
Chandler, 78, wlll'b*heiarkt 4:33
p.m. today at the Gorgas Hospi-.
tal chapel. Burial will take place]
at Mr. Chandler's former home,!
Melrose, Mass.
I
The services this afternoon;
will be conducted by the Rev. W.'
H. Beeby of the First Baptist'
(Jhurch.
Mr. Chandler had been 111 for,
over a year and had been a pn-i
tient at Gorgas since last March
29. I
i
He Is survived by two daugh*'
ters. Mrs. Ruth C. Lord, an em-
ploye of the Health Department
at Corozal and Mrs. Dorothy.
Mulrhead, of Hollywood, Califor-|
nia; two grandsons. Douglas :t.id
Robert Lord, both of whom make
their homes here, and one grand-;
-laughter, Mrs. Walter Sims tf,
Panama City.
FAMILY thus provided is equipped lor a life
lull oi contentment and musical happiness. A fine home is
built ior enjoymentthe bright and cheerful music of
the Wurlitzer Piano lends itself so warmly to this cause.
SU TH COMPUTE UNE Of IATE M00CL WUttlTZER PIANOS.
Avt SouvAa.
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THE NEWSPAPER WARS
The valiant struggle by La Prensa. Argentina's great news-
paper, against Dictator Peron cannot be Ignored as an isolated
cry In the Fasctot wilderness. It cries out to the conscience of
humanity everywhere... Liberty la not bounded by national
SSrds! It to international as the sun: History has afllrmed
that no nation exists In a vacuum. Tyranny n any Part of the
world endangers liberty everywhere. Bv the ^W-^
anee to despotism anywhere forma an fetive amanee with everv
free nation. II Argentina loses the mlgthy citadel of freedom re-
presented by La PrensaIt also deprives our own nation of an-
other fortress of liberty.
Makt no mistake about itthe spreading peril of any dict-
aetorship cannot be underestimated. The Nazis began by burn-
ing books and later made an Inferno, of cities.
La Prensa' glorious fight finds stirring echoes In our
own history. American newsman were battling for freedom
long before 177. Famed editor John Peter Zenger U the most
notable example, of course. Another journalistic Minute Man
was James Franklin, editor of the New England Courant,
who was Jailed for blasting the Colonial government. His 16-
year-old half-brother continued publishing the gaiette and
carried on the fight... The 16-year-old P"*" "tter be-
came one of our greatest editors and finest statesmenBen-
jamin Franklin.___________
Liberty to never permanently secure. It toa continuing fight
that demand* constant vigilance... John Adams Administra-
tion Indicted virtually every pro-Jefferson editor and jailed doz-
ens. The extent of freedom's retreat under Pres. Adams can be
sauted by this fact: The widespread suppression Inspired public
aporovalof an exUed AmericanBenedict Arnold Adams as-
sault against the free press aroused Americans and he was voted
out of office. When Jefferson succeeded Adams he released every
imprisoned editor ___________
The following historical fact to an inspiring tribute to the
essential Independence of a free press Many of the editors Jef-
ferson set free were destined to become his critic* The newspaper
attacks against Jefferson were so bitterhe retaliated with libel
suits. ^__^_
It to not enough for a free newspaper to merely record events.
It must fight for liberty as well as report Its battles... Editor
Horace White once noted: "A newspaper which merely inked
over a certain amount of white paper each day might Be a good
collector of news, it might be successful as a business venture,
but It could leave no mark upon Its time and could have no his-
tory." ___________
Courageous newspapermen played a major role In gain-
ing our liberty. Tom Paine's pen was as mighty as Georre
Washington's sword... Among great patriotic Journalists was
Isaiah Thomas. Back in 1775 he was wanted bv the Redcoat*
dead or alive. Rut he continued uublishlng bv shipping his
printing press from eity to city..-. Thomas thundered:
"Should the liberty of the press be destroyed, farewell to the
remainder of our Invaluable rights and privileges. We may
next expect padlocks on our lips, fetter on our legs, and only
our hands left at liberty to slave for our worse than Egyptian
taskmasters!"... He gave active expression to his fight for
freedom by Joining the Minute Men In the Battle of Lex-
ingtonand later wrote a brilliant account of the battle.
Isaiah Thomas, Incidentally, was also the American who dis-
played the lantern that signaled the start of Paul Revere's
ride. Salute!
Freedom of worship is of no use to an atheist. And freedom
of the Dress is of no use to a newspaper that refuses to fight for
for it. Every right to the result of a triumphant battlein war
and peace... The Senate conducted its sessions in secret until
1792. It opened its doors to the public after a crusade by the Nat-
ional Gazette.
Reporters are past masters of psychological warfare. There
was once an Attornev-Oeneral named Charles Bonaparte who
dlsolayed his namesake's dictatorial traits... He endeavored to
tell newsmen what to write. His come-uppance promptly fol-
lowed. Reporter* boycotted his press conferences and never men-
tioned his name.
It wasn't lone before Mr. Bonaosrte called in correspondents
and vowed to behave like a good little bore.
When a legislator assailed editor William Coieman's In-
tegrity years ago and demanded suppression of his gazette,
oieman responded with this classic: "More against truth
you cannot saythan the truth can say against you."
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By Victor Riettl
Dear Sir:
Please afford me a little space
to put In a few words about the
Mttle boys playing In the Little
League.
In the past few weeks it has
been a great deal of pleasure for
me to be able to watch the lithe
boys who were practicing for Lit-
tle League Baseball. Now that
Little League is a reality here on
the Zone, I think it only fitting
and proper to give credit to the
men who were* instrumental in
organizing it. They are doing a
wonderful Job and I hope that
they keep It up.
There always has to be a dim
Ide to everything and the prin-
ciple fault that I can find does
not concern the youngsters who
fay ball or their managers, bat
am referring to the dlmwitted
individual adult who insists upon
sitting in the grandstand and be-
rates the youngsters when an fr
ror Is made, or when a certain
Little League ground rule Umita
a boy to a two base hit, or If a
boy to injured to call him a sissy,
etc.: and In general making it
miserable for some of the little
fellows that they are almost on
the verge of tears.
It to my understanding that
Erlmarlly, Little League baseball
to mould good character into
our future citizens and secondly
to make good ball players. Son.e
of the little tykes are as cute as
can be and to have to sit in the
stands and listen to some dope
rl<".-ule the efforts of the kids on
the field makes my blood boll. It
appears as though an effort
should be made to teach some of
the adult* how to be a good sport.
The other afternoon I witness-
ed a baseball game at Diablo and
there was a man in the grand-
stand whose boy was pitching.
Some of the remarks that lie
made wag more than enough to
embarrass* his son and he bo-
came so obnoxious it was a won-
der someone didn't tell him to get
out of the stands. ,
Why must we have such unde-
sirables? Why can't they let the
kids play without telling every-
body that "that was the way we
did it 20 years ago." A manager
has a tough enough time trying
to tell hi* youngsters how to play
without some big mouth in the
stands telling the boys what to
do.
For the sake of the children,
let's set the right pattern for
them. It's not hard.
I have witnessed two games
thus far and there have beeti
quite a few people In the tanos
witnessing them also. I am sure
that there are some people who
do not know about these games
yet, but If a schedule is placed in
the newspaper there will be con-
siderably more people to come
out.
In closing, I hope that Little
League enjoya all the success
possible.
It la aomethlng that should
have been done long ago. Good
luck kids.
A Parent
EN ROUTE TO HOLLYWOOD:
One of the world's moat Ima-
ginative scenario writers has
been overlooked by the movie
people, and to prove it I have
In my bag a rare copy of one of
his scripts. He hasn't yet won
his Oscar, but what care he
for he holds the Order of Lenin
from his Pal Joey.
My man Is Comrade David
Zaslavsky, star script banger-
outer for Radio Moscow and
front page demon for Pravda,
official newspaper (you should
excuse the expression) for the
Communist Party of the Soviet
Union.
Since most of you don't
read Pravda each morntttg,
let me rush to reveal that
Comrade zaslavsky is mad at
Psrty is also mad at me.
And the Union of Soviet So-
cialist Republics is now offi-
cially mad at me for slow-
ing the flow of American
dollars into the land of Sjo-
cialism. '
And Comrade Zaslavsky has
not only been ordered officially
to expose me but did the Job
In record time on Pravda's front
page, and on an hour-long
oroadcast from Radio Moscow to
the Soviet Far East at 7:4 P. M.
on March 5.
At that time he told his 20,-
000,000 compulsory readers and
listeners of a "secret campaign"
I ran with "Morgan, duPont and
Rockefeller" as my personal
agents. Referring to the success-
ful campaign to force the U.S.
Treasury Dept. to ban Soviet
crabmeat on the ground that It
was handled by "slave, inden-
tured and prison labor," Com-
rade Zaslavsky wrote:
"He (Victor Rlesel) demanded
that the American policy of ra-
cial discrimination should be
applied to the Kamchatka
crabs. The secret campaign was
even still more Interesting. We
can easily picture it. First, a
comfortable basement in Wall
Street; grim laces around a
table surround the self-confi-
dent Rlesel. The speaker is the
director of the American can-
ned good* trust controlled by
Morgan, duPont and Rockefeller.
"The speaker speaks with anger
in his voice and assert* that
there is no possibility of pursu-
ing a general policy of raising
the price of tinned crab in view
of the fact that tinned crab
from Kamchatka is cheaper....
"All eyes are turned towards
the Representative* and Senat-
ors-present 'and Vctor Rlesel
himself. Rlesel says: 'I agree, but
now can we achieve this? A 'rab
is not a film director, an author,
or a Negro singer. How can we
accuse a crab of anti-American
propaganda?' The banker ob-
jects: 'That, sir, to your business.
We pay the money, you cook the
the books.' "
Somebody must have tipped
Zaslavsky that "cook the books"
is good American slang. So, let's
"cook the books." But good.
At the end of the long
Prava piece the toriting
comrade reveals that the
Russians have been hurt in
the eyes of the Orient's
working people whom they
are wooing for the final war
on us. Zaslavsky snorts that
our charge of Soviet slave
labor is a "stupid lie" to fan
"war hysteria and hatred to-
wards the Soviet people."
Okay, we've drawn blood.
Here's how we did it.
Working with crusading lab-
or leaders, we've been able to
smuggle out of Russia official
secret police document* now be-
ing used In the United Nations'
debates. One of those USSR state
papers for example, to the code
"governing supplies to the Ukh-
ta-Pechora reformatory labor
camp of the N.K.V.D." It to sign-
ed by the slave camp's Chief of
Management, Senior Major of
State Security, Y. Moroz, and
the Chief of Supply, a fellow by
name of Geydenrelkh.
It proves use of a deliberate
plan to force slave workers to
push themselves beyond the li-
mits of physical endurance in
order to get enough food to live.
Part of the regulations, which I
have before me, to a caloric
chart of food to be issued to
prisoners and their wives and
children. They literally get leu
than that required to keep a
dog alive.
The chart reveals that
some prisoners get as little
as 716 calories a day the
equivalent of four slices of
Russian bread and some
soup. And this in a camp
on the 67th Parallel, or two
degrees above the Arctic
circle. This means positive
death in that frtoen clime,
for even in temperate wea-
ther of 154-pound man re-
quires 2,500 calories a day,
over a long period, to live if
his work is sedentary and
routine.
Yet "the average ration for
hard-workin slave laborers, ac-
cording to the chart. Is 1,292.7
calories, at which a man must
eventually lose much weight.
Loss of weight means slower
production in which event he
get* even less food. For onlv
those who produce 75 per cent
of their assigned tasks get the
1.292 7 calories. And more than
10.000,000 slave workers "live"
vnder these conditions.
{Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Newsmap above Illustrate the ramifications of the two major crime syndicates described In
. the interim report of the Senate Crime Invest gating Committee headed by Sen. Estes Ke-
fauver of Tennessee. The report said a New /ork-Mlaml crime "axis" to headed by gambler
Frank Coatello and Joe Adonis. The other ax to, between Chicago and Miami is bossed by
Tony Accardo, the Ftochetti brother* and Jake Ouzik. These groups, the report said, consti-
tute a "phantom" underworld government which "carries out its own executions. Arbiter
of axis disputes to "Lucky" Luciano, deported vice racketeer, now living; in Italy. The report
also blasted Continental Press, national racing newa service, as being controlled by hoodlums
of the Capone regime. ______________________
RFC Discoveries
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA). Exact measurement
of the skullduggery exposed by Arkansas Sen. J.
William Fulbright's Reconstruction Finance Cor-
poration investigation won't be possible till the
federal grand Jury complete Its probe. There
will probably be some Indictments. But they
may be for perjury or income tax violation, ra-
ther than for bad administration.
There is a difference of opinion among law-
yers and experts who have followed the Senate
hearings as to whether anything criminal ha*
actually been proved. The trails may lead to
other agencie. .
There to ample evidence that some members
of the RFC staff from directors on down
got awfully careless, They did a lot of unwise
and even unethical things. Some are the things
done every dav in the normal course of busi-
ness, like buying present* for customers. But
there appears to-be no law under which anyone
can be punished for such things as taking free
hotel accommodations, unless it can be proved
they were in the anture of bribes. Or if It can
be proved that taking free hospitality and gifts
was wrong, a lot of people not now burned are
olng to be thrown Into the fire.
So far, onlv the names of White House As-
sistant Donald Dawson and RFC Examiner Hil-
ton W. Robertson have been identified a* hav-
ing been guests at the Saxony Hotel in Miami
Beach. Fla. But the Fulbright committee sent a
staff Investigator to Miami Beach to check the
registers of the Saxony and Sorrento Hotels,
both of which had RFC loans.
The names of from eight to ten members of
Congress have been found on these registers. So
far the committee has not chosen to make them
public. .
The other big angle which the Fulbright com-
mittee ha* not chosen to open for public inspec-
tion la the file of letters from congressmen to
the RFC. The White House first aked for these
letters. Then the Fulbright committee said It
wanted to aee t*e files. RFC asked to whom
the files should be aent. It was told to hold 'em.
RFC called again. It got the same answer The
presumption Is now that the Senate will not
permit them to be made public
A little more general Information can be
given, however, as to what those letters con-
tain. There are about 900 letters in the file.
They cover some 60C to 700 loan applications.
This would average not more than a letter and
a half on each case, which isn't excessive.
Since there are 435 representatives and 16
senator, the average would be from one to two
letter from each congressman. But many con-
gressmen aent no lettera and aome congressmen
sent In many letters. It could not be learned
how many congressmen are Involved In this file.
The file wa* built up by going through all
RFC loan application folders for the past four
years and pulling out all letters frOm congress-
men. The letters were filed by cases, and not
by congressmen.
Ninety-nine per cent of the file to said to be
merely routine letters of Introduction, transmit-
ted or character reference. "The bearer of this
letter to Bill Jones, who has a factory In my
state. He has a proposition he would like to
discuss with you. I have known this man a long
time. He to a sterling citizen and you can de-
pend absolutely on everything he, says'' That
kind of stuff. Thus Is what every congressman
does for every constituent wanting to do busi-
ness with a government agency.
There are only a few cases in the file In
which It la said that an effort was made to turn
on the heal. But none of these contained any
threat to cut RFC appropriations, or get anyone
fired if a loan wasn't granted. There Is no rea-
son why the letters shouldn't be made public,
except that they might be disappointing to some
people expecting sensation.
When anyone wants to exert pressure on RFC,
it to not done by writing letters. For instance,
there to little or no correspondence file on Re-
publican National Chairman Ouy George Ga-
brietoon's Carthage Hydrocol loan of $18,500,000.
That was'handled much more skillfully.
The Fulbright Investigations revealed that
some people claimed to have had more Influence
on RFC than thev had. For Instance. RFC
turned down an application for a $12 million
loan to build a garage under Boston Common,
even though Dr. John R. Steelman, the assist-
ant to the President, tried to force It through.
The Fulbright committee's life does not expire
until April 30. That give It time to write it*
report* and poaaibly clean up a few angles like
the congressional mall and who stayed at Sax-
ony. Bureau of Internal Revenue must inves-
tigate the Income tax angles.
Debate on whether the investigation should be
continued has degenerated into pretty much of
a political squabble. Neither party seems to
have clean hands. Of the RFC director who
were the most Indiscreet, ex-banker WlUett was
a Baltimore Democrat, ex-banker Dunham a De-
troit Republican._____________________
Iran's Oil
By Brace Biossat
It would be idle to pretend that Iraa action
in taking over the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. to not
a etback for the West. But Its effect Is not
likely-to be aa Immediate as some statesmen
fear. w .
Under British management a high P""1"**
o. the oU produced wa shipped out to Europe
and the United States. This country got about
40 per cent of total output. 8ome was allotted
to Iran for it* own use.
With the field* and refineries nationalized
the Iranian government may wish to set aside
a larger share of production for use within the
country. But It cannot possibly utilize the full
output of Anglo-Iranian.
The government unoueatlonably will want to
dispose of the big surplus beyond Its own needs^
It will be greatly Interested In the revenue to be
gained. But who la to buy and how to the on
to be transported to market? ___
Iran ha* no tanker fleet of Its own and thus
cannot carrv the oil to European and otner
oversea* market*. Without a substantial foreign
loan, it could not acquire such a fleet even in
a few years' time.
The thought occurring naturally to most of us
Ij: Whv cant she sell to Russia? Everybody
knows Russia would welcome more oil. would
love nothlne: better than to dominate the whole
oil-rich Middle East.
Undoubtedly Iran can sell orne oil to the So-
viet Union. But again, the limit Is transport.
Iran has few railroad tank cars. And no pipe-
line runs from Anglo-Iranian's refineries north-
ward to Russia's borders. Engineers are em-
phatic In saving none could be built In less than
two or three years. The . S.. with steel plenti-
ful, required three years to build a 1000-mile
line across the flat Arabian desert.
These are hard fact* from which there to no
escape. No matter what may be the wishes of
Iran's government, it must face them.
Consequently, for the immediate future the
prospect* are good that the oil will continue to
go to present customers. Britain and the U. S.
have the tanker fleet to take It from Iran'a
shore*, and it goes without saving that they still
want the oil.
Britain is, of course, gravely upaet at Iran's
expropriation of the oil properties and la pro-
testlng the action as Illegal. Yet It la hard to
aee what he can do about it. In the end. some
practical settlement which accept* the fact of
Iranian control would seem to be Indicated.
If that arrangement Is sensible enough. It may
yet be possible to keep the bulk of this oil out
of Russian hands Indefinitely. If it Is not. then
Iran's seizure of the British properties may have
to be viewed a* the point where the West's for-
tune* in the Middle East took a serious down-
turn.
^e WASHINGTON
MERRY- GO- ROUND
v ORIW PIARSON
Drew Pearson says: Iron Curtain not hard to penetrate
personally; Red satellite millions eager for information
about U.S.; Voice of America with Berlin-to-Turkey
radio network puncturing "curtain" would pay dividends
for peace.
BERLIN. This is the extreme northern end of the Iron
Curtain. I started this trip at the southern end where it begins,
between Bulgaria and Turkey a long line of barbed wire ex-
tending north and have now reached the other end, where it
isn't even barbed wire but fans out into the east zone of Berlin.
One of the most Important conclusion* I've reached on this
trip Is that Winston Churchill did the Democratic world a dis-
service when he talked about the border between Russia and tha
Western world a an Iron Curtain, because the border Isn't as)
Impervious as the word "Iron" Indicates. Not only is Stalin's cur-
tain between the East and the West not even marked by barbed
wire in many places, but It can be crossed fairly easily.
The border between Czechoslovakia and the American zone
In Germany, for instance, can be crossed almost any night. In
fact, It to crossed constantly by Germans who make their living
smuggling goods back and forth. ,
The border between East and West Germany la like a sieve
while, in Berlin, thousands of people walk or ride back and forth
dally between the Russian and American sones. I entered tha
Russian zone without even knowing I was in It and drove through
several miles of its battered street*. The only way you have of
knowing you are In the Russian zone to through the signs on the
streets which say: "You are now entering the democratic section
of Berlin."
This fairly easy access Into restricted areas behind tlie Iron
Curtain raises one of the most Important omissions on the part
of the United 8tates government namely, why are we not do-
inp more to Influence the people on the other side of the curtain?
Obviously the curtain was rung down by Stalin for only one rea-
son: because he fears Intercourse between East and West he
knew contact with the modern marvels of capitalism would make
It difficult to keep the Russian people happy under Communism.
Therefore our best bet to head off war obviously is to go over
the Kremlin's head and reach the -Russian people and the satel-
lite millions also forced to remain behind the curtain.
EAGER FOR U.S. INFORMATION
How effectively this can be done and how eager the satellites
are for Information about the U.8.A. to shown right here in Rerlln,
v/here our State Department Is doing its most effective Job of
propaganda through radio station RIAS. This station, which get*
its abbreviated name from "Radio In American Sector," wa origin-
ally started by the army but to now operated by three State De-
partment radio men plus 600 Germans.
RIAS carries a regular schedule of radio entertainment not
unlike the average American station with quiz programs having
the highest Hooper rating and musical cabaret shows second. In-
terspersed through all these programs, however, are telling" wise-
cracks and political comment which nlckle-nurslng Congressman
John Taber of New York probably couldn't understand and would
not approve of but which have East Germans roaring with laugh-
ter at the expense of Joe Stalin.
RIAS to so popular In Eastern Germany that when the Soviet
held its big youth meeting In Berlin last December several thou-
sand supposedly Communist yougsters called at the station out
of friendly curiosity, while streams of letters pqur into the RIAS*
offices each month from all parts of Soviet Germany.
One of the most popular features on RIAS la the evening news
show at which the commentator uncovers a Communist agent in
East Germany.
"You may know Hans Goering, the butcher on the corner ot
Wllhelmstrasse and Luxemburgplatz," says the commentator. "He
may pretend to be your friend but he isn't. He's a Communist
agent and is reporting what you do and say to the Sovle police."
East Germans eat this up and the East bureau of the Social
Democratic Party has kept RIAS well supplied with the name
and details of Communist agents.
LACK OF FUNDS HAMPERS "VOICE"
The State Department operates another Voice of America
radio station in Salonika, near the southern end of the Iron Cur-
tain but, because of insufficient funds, it hasn't really begun to
sct-atch the surface of the Iron Curtain with effective propaganda.
One trouble with the Voice of America to that it operates via
short wave. RIAS, on the other hand, operates on a standard wave
and fits its program right In on regular East German programs.
And, being close to the scene, it covers local news, uses local wise-
cracks, and disseminates local political gossip. Making the Voice
of America effective from 4,000 miles away to like publishing a
newspaper in Chicago from a news desk located in London.
If, therefore, we are to puncture the easily punctured Iron
Curtain, what we need to a series of local radio stations extend-
ing from Berlin to Turkey one along the Czechoslovak border
In the American zone of Germany broadcasting in Czech and Slo-
vak language*, one in the American zone in Austria, one in Yugos-
lavia to reach nearby Hungary and Albania, and one in Turkey
to reach southern Russia.
Such a radio network would pay 100 per cent dividends In get-
ting our ideas beyond and behind the Iron Curtain.
However, radio propaganda alone, while important, won't do
the Job. My examination of the Iron Curtain convince me that,
in addition, we could get all aorta of propaganda Into satellite
countries. Thousands of people In Czechoslovakia, Hungary and
Poland are eager for Information about the outside world and
are even willing to risk their lives to get It and help disseminate it.
During the war we devised all sorts of schemes to get our
propaganda behind the enemy lines. We devised waterproof pro-
paganda leaflets, which could not be destroyed by rain. We devis-
ed small printing presses, which one man could carry and operate.
We printed messages in Bibles and got them distributed In
churches.
But we are neglecting much of this today. We are spending
billions to rearm a reluctant Europe, many parts of which don't
particularly want to be rearmed. Meanwhile, only a few millions
spent on getting our propaganda behind the Iron Curtain might
pay a bonanza of dividends for peace.
(Copyright. ItCl, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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MONDAY, MARCH M. 1K1
On The Beach
The* beach** ought to be estra
papular this summer if for no
ether reason than to enable the
girls to wear, and the boje to aee,
uilii exciting costumes aa this one.
. Modelling the 1951 idea in bath-
' ing suits it RKO atar Cleo Moore
boob to be aeen in ''Hunt the Man
Down."
Crime Committee vs. Church
Underlines TV Competition
WASHINGTON, ar. 26 (UP).
The Senate Crime Committee
hearing conflicted with a Bapt-
ist Easter service on television
and the result was a first
class Insight Into TV's growing
Impact on government and the
public.
Sen. Estes Kefauver, D Tenn.,
chairman of the Crime Com-
mittee, got word the Baptist
here were having- a televised
easter program Saturday from
2:30 to 3 p.m., EST.
A Baptist himself, Kefauver
planned to wind up the crime
hearing act 2:30 or, In case it
was still going, take it off the
screens for a half-hour to avoid
conflict. He said the same would
go for services of any denomi-
nation.
But the TV people said the
national TV broadcast wasn t
involved, only the Washington
showing.
WNBVV of NBC, the sole Wash-
ington station carrying the
crime hearing. Wasn't planning
to carry the Baptist service.
WTOP or CBS was carrying the
Baptist service and not the
crime hearing.
Kefauver thought he had it
arranged for WNBw to drop the
crime hearing for the naif-
hour but WNBW didn't get the
word In time and cut it off only
at 2:53 for a few minutes, dur-
ing which It showed a religious
film. At 3:03 p.m., the TV au-
dience got the crime show
again.
Asked what the public re-
action was, the telephone girl
at WNBW said "the switchboard
was lit up like a church."
The incident was taken here
as a sign of the seriousness
you could even say jitters
with which the Senators are
taking the TV question. It was
raised In the first place by the
crime show, which In two weeks
has become the biggest In the
country.
Besides just the crime hear-
ings, the Senators were con-
cerned about the role TV may
play generally In the ancient
field of making laws and
votes.
They liked the idea of Sen-
atorial features portrayed on
video screens in millions of
American homes who knows,
a senator's name and face may
become a household word. But
they had some worried second
thoughts as well.
Sen. Charles W. Tobey, whose
hit performances in two weeks
of televised crime committee
hearings have made him a 70-
year-old "darling" to house-
wives, thinks even the Senate's
floor debates should be tele-
vised. It would cut out "excess
verbage... show government at
work," the New Hampshire Sen-
ator says.
But if you're Itching to see
your favorite lawmaker In ac-
tion on the Senate floor via
television, you'd better hear
from other members first.
Sen. Alexander Wiley, R., Wls.,
himself a "gangbuster" commlt-
teeman, warned that a man
could be "murdered" before a
televised congressional hearing.
"A three ring circus... a
fourth-rate stage produc t 1 o n
with hamming and phony the-
atrics. .. and unjust inquisition"
were some of the pitfalls Wiley
saw.
All-Star Invisible
Henry Fonda Helps Rescue
Production Foreseen Girl Trapped In Hotel Fire
For 'Oscar' Night
HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 26 -
scar night will feature an all- [
star invisible production Thurs-
day. Nearly half the hopeful no-
minees for acting honors won't
be there.
This season the fashion U for
academy award nominees to be
suddenly busy someplace else.
Nine of the 20 thesplans chosen
to lead the 1950 Oscar derby will
not be sitting with quaking knees
at movieland's bank nlte.
Eve the lour stars favored to
win Oscars3 oat Ferrer. Gloria
Swanson, Bette Davis and Judy
Hollldaywill be among those
missing. So the two mam win-
ners probably will have to gush
their thanks by remote control.
Miss Holllday. the "dumb
blonde" of "Born Yesterday." is
home in New York and "getting
ready to do a play," Columbia
studio said.
"She's not so dumb." a pal re-
marked. "It would look corny 11
she came all the way to Holly-
wood and then didn't win."
Miss Davis, up for her third Os-
car for "All About Eve," left last
week for London to make a mo-
vie with husband Gary Merrill.
Miss Swanson will have to weep
long distance if she's honored
for her comeback role In. "Sunset
Boulevard." She's in a Broadway
hit, "Twentieth Century." Her
co-star In the play, Ferrer of the
movies' "Cyrano de Bergerac."
will be an absentee actor at the
academy awards, too.
Another New York play. "Af-
fairs of State." will keep Celeste
Holm from fidgeting in Holly-
wood about whether she'll win
for her supporting role In "All
About Eve."
Two other supporting candi-
dates, Thelma Ritter of "Eve"
and Sam Jaffe of "Asphalt Jun-
gle," aren't stirring out of their
New York homes. And Erich Von
Stroheim hustled back to Paris
after his prize supporting role In
"8unset Boulevard."
DES MOINES. la., Mar. 26 (UP)
Fire broke out in the Fort Dc3
Moines Hotel Des Molnes'
largest and routed 200 guescs,
including actor Henry Fonda who
helped rescue a girl trapped in
an elevator.
Firemen subdued the two-
alarm blaze after several hours.
It was confined to the top floor
of the 11-story structure.
None of the guests was hurt,
but Capt. John Evans of the fire
department and the elevator op-
erator. Joan Oalusha, 17, were
casualties. Evans was overcome
by smoke and the girl was uf-
ferlng from shock after her res-
cue.
Fireman Burch Nichols said
Fonda helped him pry open the
door of an elevator in which the
screaming Miss Galusha vas
trapped when power In the ele-
vator shaft was shut off.
Fonda, descending from his
ninth floor room, ambled calr.ily
up to Nichols on the fifth floor
and asked: "Need any help, bud-
dy? Let me give you a hand.'
Nichols said Fonda, here wit.l
the troupe of the stage hit "Mr.
Roberts." helped him pry open
the elevator door with a crowbar.
Later the actor refused to talk
to newsmen and vanished. No one
pnswered at the door of his room
and the telephone operator re-
fused to connect calls to the
room.
Fonda, suffering from the fiu,
was reported to have left the ho-
tel with his wife to visit friends
here.
A member of the Mr. Roberts
troupe, Don Fellows, revealed that
the movie and stage star almost
missed the evacuation call from
the desk because he-had not been
answering his phone.
Fellows said that Whn Fonda's
phone rang this morning, at a-
bout the time of the fire, he at
first was not going to answer it.
Then changed his mind and ac-
cepted the call.
It was from the desk, telling
him to leave at once.
Miss Oalusha was reported in
a state of hysteria and unable to
be questioned,, but her condition
was said to be good.
The blaze started in a furniture
repair room on the top floor
where varnish and shellac as well
as bedding and mattresses were
stored.
Jungle Natives Form Tarzan Club
Tharaka nativea of British East Africa, awed by physical prowess
of visiting film star Lex Barker, formed first fan club in jungle his-
tory, called it Tarzan club. Head man presents Barker with wood
carving commemorating event. Barker was on location filming Sol
Leaser's "Tanan's Peril" for RKO Radio release.
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By Erskine Johnson
NEA Staff Correspondent
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Memo
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Head for Hollywood, brother
there's fiercer game here.
With a chair held before me In
Clyde Beatty fashion, I faced
yowling Orangey Murray who's
starring for Paramount In "Rhu-
barb."
Francis the mule and Bonzo
the chimp weren't enough. Now
it's a cat movie star, although I'll
have to admit I've Interviewed
some two-legged ones.
Orancey's got slant eyes like
Myrna Loy, cheeks like S. Z.
(Cuddles) Sakall, claws like a
leopard and a disposition like Dr.
Fu Manchu.
If television doesn't gobble up
Hollywood. Orangey Murray will.
There are already bits of Ray
Mllland's flesh under his claws
and I wouldn't care to look at the
evidence on a length of dental
floss rubbed between his fangs. |
Trainer Frank Inn Intro- i
duced me and I said, "Nice
pussy" to the big, cinnamon-
colored torn.
Orangey looked around the pri-
vate apartment rented for him
by the studio, curved his back,
unsheathed his scratchers and
went:
"Hi-1-l-st, phi-1-l-l-t, ps-1-1-
1-1-1-st."
Inn walked right up to
Orangey's cage and began to
stroke the town's newest profile
king.
Orangey's paws slashed at him
the way Sugar Ray Robinson's
left jabbed at Jake LaMotta.
"He's just not a nice, cuddly
cat," Inn sighed.
OUT OF ITS CAGE
He opened the cage and Oran-
gey Jumped right into the room
with me and my goose pimples.
For a moment the back-fence
moaner lashed his tall from
side to side. Then he walked
with great dignity, something
like Louis Calhern on his way
to the Supreme Court, to a cat-
nip ball.
Inn said that he'd worked with
domestic cats before and had
even trained mountain lions, cou-
gars and bob cats.
"This cat's meaner than an or-
dinary cat," he added, "but he's
no way as deadly as a mountain
lion or any big cat. You can get
hurt just as quick. This guy bites
pretty deep.''
He rubbed a finger over a
wound on the back of his hand.
Would I like to see the other
cats that were working as dou-
bles for Orangey ^or as definite
characters In "Rhubarb?"
He ushered me Into the next
room, where a dozen or so kittles
were sleeping in their cages or
pacing back and forth .
In a flash. Paramount's four-
footed Jack the Ripper was
crouched atop a cage, yowling
and unsheathing his claws.
"Jealous," laughed Inn. "Jea-
lous of any other cat."
Just like Hollywood, I thought.
CAREER BEGINS .'
Inn said that the cat. bruised
and lacerated, showed up at the
home of Mrs. Agnes Murray in
Sherman Oaks, Calif., about two
years ago. Mrs. Murray was one
of the 3000 people who wrote or
showed up at Paramount with
meowers when the studio an-
nounced that a search was on for
a tough alley cat to play the title
role In "Rhubarb," the H. Allen
Smith story about a cat that in-
herits a baseball team.
"Several times she tried to get
rid of Orangey," Inn grinned.
"He kept biting and scratching
her four-year-old granddaugh-
ter. But Orangey kept coming
back."
When Inn was hired to train
the puss that would eventually
get tagged "it" by the casting de-
partment, he bought Orangey
outright from Mrs. Murray. He
also purchased 24 other prospects.
"The script said 'Rhubarb' was
a yellow cat. but I wasn't taking
any chances. I bought black ones
and gray ones. too. I put it in
wrlMne that Mrs. Murray could
have him buck after the movie.
but I've t exclusive working
rights on any other films."
Around Paramount, they're
trying to soft-pedal Orangey's
7catit
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Paris Goes In For Type-Casting:
Sparrow Plays Part Of Sparrow
EDITH PIAF: Tor this sparrow,
a happy ending.
By ROSETTE HARGROVE
NEA Staff Correspondent
PARIS(NEA) The Parisian
public will soon be able to judge
whether pint-sized Edith Piaf is
as talented an actress as she is a
realistic singer. She has been giv-
en the title role In "La P'tite Lili,"
a new musical comedy.
She'll play the part of a Paris
"sparrow," pr street singer. That
is exactly what Edith Piaf was
when she started her career.
Author Marcel Achard says
Piaf Is a natural. He declared
that from the very first rehearsal
she instinctively responded to
stage directing. Piaf, he says, was
his main inspiration when he
started writing "La P'tlte Lili."
Broadly speaking, the musical
Is written around the theme of
the eternal lovers, Tristan and
Isolde. Although it Is essentially
a love drama set to music, there
Is ample comedy and lots of tune-
ful songs which promise to be as
great hits as any Edith Piaf has
launched over the 15 years she
has been singing.
"My characters are all little
people, not heroes." explains-
Achard. "They say simple lines,
sing simple songs expressing sim-
ple thoughts and reactions. The
play Is also a protest against sui-
cide."
Co-starring with Piaf is Robert
Lamoureu, another newcomer
In the theatrical world. Lamour-
eux recently burst; Into fame as
a radio performer over the na-
tional network. Before that he
had appeared in a comic one-
man act in music halls In the
provinces. He is young, dynamic
and handsome.
Also In the cast is Eddie Con-
stantly. An American, born in
Los Angeles, Constantlne was
known as a radio performer In
i the V. 8. He met Piaf when she
I was singing In New York. At the
expiration of her contract, he ac-
companied her back to Paris. In
the last few months they have
appeared together on a tour
| which took them to the French
1 provinces, Belgium and Switzer-
' land.

Achard stresses the fact that
the majority of actors In "La
P'tite Lili" has had music-hall
experience.
"I think vaudeville is a mar-
velous school for an actor," he
says.
Glamor is supplied by Jeannlne
(Praline) Mrcala, who is also
making her debut on the leglti-
matestage. Until recently Praline
held the title of the most glamor-
ous mannequin in Parisian hlgh-
fashlon circles. A tall, willowy
blonde with an 18-lnch waist,
she wfs always designated by
couturier Pierre Balmaln for
whom she has been working over
four years, to wear his most al-
luring and luxurious evening cre-
ations.
In "La P'tite Lili," Praline's
role consists merely In looking
chic and beautiful In a stunning
evening gown and saying, "Do
you love me?" and "Okay" with
a fascinating French accent.
"A very minor part, I know."
she said, shrugging her shoulders,
"but one must start somewhere.'*
It Is because of her that "spar-
row" Piaf attempts to commit
suicide. But It all ends happily -
as it always does in the musical
comedy world.
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CINCO CENTESIMO
Un vigoroso plan de accin esboza Truman
"De completamente locas" se
consideran declaraciones del
que hizo la bomba Argentina
La'explosin que se atribuye "podra destruir la
tierra en un abrir y cerrar de ojos"
WASHINGTON, Marro 26
(UP) Los Incrdulos clen'.-
lcos se encontraban asombra-
dos o inclinados a calificar va-
rias de las declaraciones de
Visita unas obras
pblicas el Srio.
Alfredo de Souza
Don Alfredo de Souza, Se-
cretarlo del Ministerio de Obras
Pblicas, inform esta maa-
na a la prensa que habla apro-
vechado los das de la Semana
Santa para realizar una cuida-
dosa Jira de inspeccin de las
dependencias de Seccin de Ca-
minos en las Provincias Cen-
trales, principalmente en Agua-
dulce y la Provincia de Cocl.
El Secretarlo de Souza dijo
que en el curso de maana vi-
sitar las obras que se llevan
a cabo en la ciudad capital-
inspeccionando principalmente
la Casa del Periodista, la Es-
cuela Repblica de Haiti, y la
Escuela Belisario Porras en San
Francisco de la Caleta. Dicha
visita la har el Secretario de
Souza en compaa del Inge-
niero Lpez Fbrega de Dise-
os y Construcciones.
Argentina sobre la bomba al-
mica fantstica.
Slnembargo, el General Le-ille
R. Groves, Director del "Pro-
yecto de Manhattn" durante :a
guerra pidi que se esperara a
que hubiera ms informacin.
Dijo: "Mucha gente se Imagina
que las cosas son imposibles
tericamente, y cuando suceuen
se quedan sorprendidos. Yo ac
que es un error desacretida: a
cualquier pas sin antes saber
todo lo que hay que saber".
Los hombres de* ciencias sun,
por tradicin, cuidadosos de de-
cir que algo es "imposble". fi-
nos quieren saber mucho ms
acerca las investigaciones ar-
gentinas de lo que han sabido
hasta el momento. Pero, in
embargo se muestran asombra-
dos de algunas declaraciones de
os investigadores de Pern.
Por ejemplo, la declaracin
del fsico Ronald Rlchter, quien
dijo en una conferencia de
prensa que "las explosiones pro-
ducidas son iguales a las que
ocurren en las estrellas "nova"
con la misma velocidad de ga-
ses". Un astrnomo dijo que si
so quiere decir que las explo-
siones son Iguales a aqualas
de estas estrellas, las declama-
ciones' son "completamente lo-
cas". Explic que las estrellas
"nova' son estrellas que expln-
(Paaa a la Pac. Col. 4)
Fue clausurada tambin ayer
la sucursal de "La Prensa" ,
en ciudad de Mar del Plata
El abogado de ese peridico, Dr. Manuel Ordez,
est sometido a vigilancia policiva
BUFEOS AIRES. Marzo 26 (U. | Dr. Alberto Galnza Paz se en-
P.) El Comit Parlamentarlo i cuentra con su madre en el
Fue aplastado
comunista
en
el ltimo bolsn
el Sur de Corea
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de China ha sido
puesto en fuga
mixto que investiga a La Pren-
sa cerr la sucursal de este
diarlo en Mar del Plata ayer.
No han habido comentarlos
del Camit sobre los informes
que el director de La Prensa,,
Se redoblarn los
esfuerzos para
sacar petrleo
WICHITA FALLS, Texas. Mar-
zo 26 (UP)El Comisionado de
Ferrocarriles Ernest Thompson
Uruguay.
El abogado de La Prensa. Dr. |
Manuel Ordez protest por
estar sometido a vigilancia po-
liciva. Ordez declar que tal
vigilancia constituye una restric
cin al derecho de La Prensa
de defenderse.
Dijo Ordez: "En el presen-
te caso, el derecho a la defensa
est restrlngiendo-asi como la
libertad de prensa-Ios cuales
protege la constitucin hasta el
punto de prohibirle al Congreso
queu los restrinja an por me-
dio de leyes.
El cuadro que publicamos hoy, confeccionado por la Comisin Nacional de Defensa Civil, in-
dica el radio de peligro al momento de caer una bomba atmica en una ciudad de ms de
cien mil habitantes. Pnede observarse el porceentaje de poblacin afectado dentro de cada
circulo, segn se encuentre prevenida la poblacin para el ataque. Otro dato interesante in-
dica aue la mxima aproximacin de los vehculos de primeros auxilios es de milla y media
al lugar donde cay la bomba y la indicacin de tres millas como sona de peligro.
BUENOS AIRES, Marzo 26 (U
dijo que si los Estados Unidos P.)_La Comisin Parlamenta-
no estuvieran importando un ra que investiga a La Prensa
promedio de 935,000 barriles de' se reuni desde el 10 de la ma-
petrleo diarios, ya se hubiera, aa hasta las 12.20 del sbado
Est en Uruguay
el director de
"La Prensa"
MONTEVIDEO, marzo 26.
(UP). Terminaron las espe-
culaciones sobre el paradero del
director de La Prensa de Bue-
cuando fu al edificio principal nos Aires, doctor Alberto Galn-
za Paz, cuando los peridicos
g al Uruguay y se encuentra
establecido el racionamiento de
este combustible. | del peridico, situado e la Ave-
Thompson pidi que se redo-, nlda de Mayo,
blaran los esfuerzos en la ba-',.,,, ... ,
queda de petrleo para hacerle I .- Comisin no dio informa- descansando en la hacienda de
frente a la demanda y dijo que i Sfc"'.?!?"^ Va ^i"8?' V* f' i su madre en San Pedro> cerca
la capacidad productiva hoy da ^'f "ta5 Ra.dlcal de '* *?}- de Colonia, la cual est sltua-
es de solamente 600,000 barriles ?" Pr- KArtu,ro JFroIndlz1 dlj0 da a unas cuarenta millas
diarios en comparacin con 1.3 ,' que el abgado * I* Prensa,
locales anunciaron que ste lie- del Banco de Urbanizacin y
El "BUR" impulsar las obras
que se llevan a cabo en Juan
Daz para construir 100 casas
Con su terminacin quedar aliviado en parte el
problema del inquilinato
Don Eduardo Brlcefto, Gerente
millones en Agosto pasado.
(Pasa a la Pag. 6. Col. )
No consult MacArthur con
Washington para hacer a la
China Roja su oferta de paz
Aun cuando caus sorpresa, el Departamento de
Estado parece aprobar su anuncio
Aumentan cuentas
de Navidad en la
Caja de Ahorros
El nmeo de cuentas de Na-
vidad est aumentando mucVm
en comparacin con las del a-
o pasado, fuimos informaos
en la Caja de Ahorros.
El ao pasado los ahorros de
Navidad llegaron a la meta de B.
421,260.50 para la ciudad de
Panam y 188.124.00 para la
ciudad de Coln. En vista de
que el nmero de cuentas de -
horro de Navidad es mayor un
la actualidad a la misma canti-
dad para este periodo en 19S0.
se espera que estos depsitos
sobrepasen la cantidad de 60"?,-
684.50 balboas que fu deposita-
do el ao pasado.
(Paaa a la Pagina I, O. 1)
WASHINGTON. Marzo 26
(UP) Sa supo que el Gcnt-
ral Douglas MacArthur no con-
sult con los dirigentes milita-
rat y diplomticos en Washing-
ton antes de hacer la oferta ,
para las negociaciones de paz
en Corea o su amenaza de po-
sible ataque a la China Roja.
8u oferta caus sorpresa en
Washington. Un importante
funconario del Gobierno dijo
que el Comandante Supremo a-
liado no consult con Wash-
ington sobre ninguno de ux
asuntos antes de 'nacer su de-
claracin en Tokfo.
Slnembargo, el Departamento
de Estado parece haber aprooa-
do el anuncio de MacArthur
de que ha dado orden al Occ.i-
vo Ejrcito de cruzar el Para-
lelo 38. de ser necesario, en la
campaa contra los rojos chinos
y coreanos.
La breve declaracin del De-
partamento de Estado dice: 'El
General MacArthur est era-
(Pasa a ta Pg S. Col. 1)
a unas cuarenta millas a
travs del estuario del Rio del
Plata.
"El Diario" dijo que Galnza
Paz lleg el viernes, pero "Ac-
cin" y "El Plata" dijeron que
el domingo. Los peridicos no
hicieron comentarlos sobre la
noticia que Galnza Paz se en-
| contraba en Uruguay, pero la
publicacin de esta noticia ter-
min con la incertldumbre so-
bre su paradero, la cual tom
fuerza a fines de semana.
Numerosos amigos del doctor
Paz estaban tratando de ha-
blarle por telfono y anoche,
numerosos periodistas y fot-
grafos se estaban dirigiendo a
s la pagina fc. col t
Viejo distribuidor
de peridicos en
sta falleci el 23
Simn Douglas, quien durante
26 aos consecutivos fue dis-
tribuidor de EL PANAMA AME-
RICA, "La Estrella de Pana-
m" y otros diarios en el sec-
tor de Ro Abajo, falleci en
su residencia el viernes pasado
Tenia 63 aos de edad y 37
aos de residir en nuestro pais,
despus que vino de Jamaica,
su tierra natal.
Era aastre de profesin, pero
sus nuevos hijos fueron mante-
nidos con el producto de su
trabajo como distribuidor de
peridicos.
Ser enterrado maana a las
12 y 30 del dia en Corozal y
el cortejo partir de su casa en
Monte Oscuro nmero 3146.
Rehabilitacin Inform esta ma-
ana a "El Panam-Amrica"
que proceder Inmediatamente
a activar las construcciones de
la barriada de Juan Diaz que se
lleva a cabo por iniciativa del
"BUR".
El Gerente Briceo dijo que
el proyecto comprende la cons-
truccin de cien casas para
obreros y que los trabajos han
venido desarrollndose gradual-
mente de acuerdo con las posi-
bilidades del Banco, pero que
ahora la obra se impulsar para
dar terminacin a las cien ca-
sas y proceder el Banco entre-
garlas de acuerdo con los planes
elaborados para el efecto.
Con la terminacin de esta
barrrlada quedar Wn parte re-
suelto el angustioso problema
de la vivienda y 'cumplir el
Banco de Urbanizacin y Reha-.
bilitacln uno de loa fines para nadie se haya ocupado sea-
lo cual fu creado. (Paaa a la Pgina *. Columna 1)
Se celebrar en
Mxico Congreso
sobre Turismo
Con el fin de fomentar el
turismo entre los pases latino-
americanos, Mxico ha invjla-.io
a representantes de todas as
repblicas hispanas del hemis-
ferio a un Congreso de Turismo
que tendr lugar en la capital
mexicana entre el 21 y el 8 ae
abril.
Hasta ahora las agencias de
viaje, empresas de transporte y
adems entidades relacionadas
con el ramo se han limitado a
cultivar casi exclusivamente el
turismo estadounidense, sin gue
Sesin de emergencia celebr en
la maana de hoy la Conferencia
de los Cancilleres en Washington
WASHINGTON, Mario 26 (UP)Lot delegado* de las
21 repblicas americanas incluyendo el mayor numero
de Cancilleres lamas reunidos en Washington abrirn
su sesin de emergencia a las 1 de la maana para dis-
cutir el fortalecimiento de las defensas contra el comu-
nismo medante movimiento econmicos, polticos y il-
utares combinados. ..... __
El Presidente Truman se dirigir a ta Conferencia a
las 4:5 de ta tarde. Ms de tres mil invitados asistirn
a ta Conferencia esta tarde. El discurso de Traman aera
transmitido por televisin en muchos estados j por radio
a travs del mundo entero. ... ...
Estados Unidos invit a los Cancilleres de todas tas
26 repblicas suramericanas. En Washington ae encuen-
tran 19 Cancilleres suramericanos v Nicaragua estar re-
presentada nor ra Embajador en Washington, Guillermo
SevlUa Saeasa,
TOKIO, Marzo 24 (UP)Dos
columnas de infanteras y blin-
dadas de los Estados Unidos se
unieron al norte de Sel y
aplastaron el ltimo bolsn co-
munista de consideracin al sur
del Paralelo 38.
El 28. Ejrcito Chino y lo que
queda del Primer Cuerpo Nor-
Coreano-un total de ms de
30,000 hombres-huyeron hacia
el Paralelo antes qua ser atra-
pados por el movimiento de es-
te a oeste de los aliados al norte
de Uljongby.
, l avance coloc al Octavo
Ejrcito a diez millas de la vie-
ja frontera coreana a todo lo
largo del frente de 140 millas.
En el sector oriental los aliados
ya estaban en el Paralelo en va-
rios puntos, y patrullas Sur-Co-
reanas estaban pasndolo a vo-
luntad. Slnembargo, el grueso
de tas fuerzas aliadas no ha
cruzado todava.
El General McArthur dijo el
iPaav a la Pal t> Col. a
Comisin mixta
estudia problema
del Fiduciario
En la maana de hoy el Di-
rector General de la Compaa
Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.,
seor Justo Ffcblo Arosemena,
convoc una importante re-
unin en las oficinas del Ban-
co a la cual asistieron repre-
sentantes de la Comisin de
Depositantes, el Interventor del
Gobierno seor Eduardo Brice-
o, representantes de loa ac-
cionistas del Banco y represen-
tantes de la Gerencia del mis-
mo. El seor Raimundo Ortega
Vleto, Asistente al Director Ge-
neral y Presidente de la Comi-
sin de Depositantes del Banco
Fiduciario present un plan de
operacin con el objeto de re-
financiar la institucin y re-
abrir las puertas del banco. El
Director General, seor Arose-
mena nombr una comisin es-
pecial para que estudiara el
plan y rindiera un informe a
los presentes. La comisin que-
d constituida por los seores
Eduardo Briceo, en represen-
tacin del Gobierno Nacional, el
seor Raimundo Ortega Vleto
en representacin de la Comi-
sin de Depositantes, seor Ja-
mes Smoot en representacin
de los accionistas, y el doctor
Narciso Garay en representa-
cin de la Compaa Fiducia-
ria.
Diez y seis mil
metros de aceras
han construido
Alrededor de 16,000 metros
cuadrados de aceras se han
construido ya en este Distrito,
en la campaa que sobre segu-
ridad para el peatn realiza la
Alcalda de la capital.
De estos diez y sets mil metros
cuadrados, 8156,76 metros cua-
drados han Ido construidos ba-
jo la guia directa de la Alcal-
da y la Ingeniera Municipal.
La mayor cantidad de metros
se ha construido en la Urbaniza-
cin de El Cangrejo en donde
se han tirado 5562. W metros
cuadrados de acera. Luego en la
Calle Martn Sosa y Transst-
mlca con 1183.05 metros cuadra-
dos. Se han construido ms de
cuatro cientos metros en la
Avenida Cuba y Justo Aroseme-
na y ma de trescientos en la
Avenida 4 de Julio.
Los particulares se estiman
que han construido por su pro-
pia cuanta, con alballes pro-
pios, etc al rededor de ocho mil
metros cuadrados, principalmen-
te en el rea de Ro Abajo en
donde probablemente de trea
quintas partes a dos tercios de
toda la carretera central est
casi recubierta de aceras de ce-
mento.
Las aceras tienen alrededor
de 1.50 metros de ancho y hay
variedad en el trazado o raya-
do del as mismas. No obstante
ello, el aspecto de las afueras
ha cambiado mucho y ya se es-
ta formando el hbito del "pa-
seo por las aceras"
Un programa de siete puntos
presenta para evitar que l
agresin llegue a Amrica
Propicia la ayuda a los hombres libres de Asia f
de Europa para conseguirlo
WASHINGTON, marzo 21.
(UP). El Presidente Truman
dl comienzo a la Conferencia
de Cancilleres de las 21 Rep-
blicas americanas con la adver-
tencia que ellos deben ayudar a
loa hombre* libres de Europa y
Asia para que la agresin co-
munista no se extienda a las
Americas.
Truman dijo: "Tanto al Orien-
te como al Occidente estamos
confrontados por grandes peli-
gros. Nuestro progreso futuro,
nuestra propia supervivencia,
descansa en la defensa de un or-
den mundial en las naciones li-
bres de las cuales formamos par-
te. En lugar de apartarnos a
nuestro hemisferio, en un inten-
to desesperado de encontrar la
seguridad por medio de la reti-
rada, debemos concertar nues-
tras defensas y combinar nues-
tro podero a fin de apoyar a los
hombres que en Europa y Asia
estn luchando por la libertad.
Este es el nico curso que nos
conducir a la seguridad, paz y
libertad de nosotros y los hom-
bres en cualquier parte del mun-
do".
"Esta reunin, como las ante-
riores, se celebra en momentos
de peligro Internacional. El im-
perialismo comunista ataca y so-
cava la independencia nacional
y la cooperacin internacional.
En su lugar, la substituye la ley
de la fuerza. El imperialismo co-
munista tambin persigue la des-
truccin del sistema de Gobier-
no que sirve el bienestar de los
pueblos. En su lugar, se instala
Sobre impuestos
a construcciones
habr una reunin
Esta tarde habr una reunin
en la Compaa de Productos d
Arcilla en la cual los Ingenieros
Industriales discutirn el pro-
blema de los nuevos impuesto*
municipales sobre las construc-
ciones.
En este sentido hemos sido in-
formado que los Ingenieros In-
dustriales desean ilustrarse so-
bre las ventajas y desventaja*
de la medida y en este sentido
llegar a un acuerdo sobre la
cooperacin que los Ingeniero*
deben prestarle al Municipio.
Los nuevos Impuestos repre-
sentan un cobro que no suma ni
el uno por ciento (1%) del va-
lor total de la obra y en cambio
incluye la revisin de los pla-
nos, el permiso de construccin,
la Inspeccin a las obras y el
permiso de ocupacin (es decir,
entregar las casas en condicio-
nes habituales).
El nuevo decreto tiende a ase-
gurarle al pblico proteccin en
las construcciones que ordena
a los servicios de ingeniera par-
ticulares. Se ha comprobado se
nos Inform que existen mucho*
planos Incompletos y que las co-
un sistema bajo el cual los pue- rrecciones que se hacen a loa
blos existen solamente para ser- mismos son en beneficio de loa
vir los Intereses del Gobierno." dueos y de los mismos lngenle-
iPaaa ill Hi Col i> '_____** a la fig- col i ^
La explosin Argentina caus
"inmenso ruido" pero no pudo
orse siquiera a seis millas
Se explica esto diciendo que "se control la libera-
cin de la energa atmica"
BUENOS AIRES, marzo 26.
(UP). El cientfico austra-
co naturalizado argentino, Ro-
nald Rlchter dijo en una con-
ferencia de prensa que la pri-
mera explosin atmica argen-
tina el 16 de febrero caus "un
Inmenso ruido" pero la explo-
sin no pudo ser oda en la
poblacin de 8an Carlos de Ba-
rlloche, a seis millas y media
de distancia, porque Argentina
ha resuelto el problema de con-
trolar la liberacin de la ener-
ga atmica.
Mientras Rlchter estaba di-
sertando sobre los experimentos
atmicos, el Presidente Pern
estaba respondiendo a las ex-
presiones de escepticismo del
extranjero.
Ritcher dijo a los periodistas
en la residencia veraniega de
Pern que l y sus asociados
hablan "unido sus Investigacio-
nes parciales en un gran ex-
perimento" en el laboratorio
de investigaciones atmicas en
la Isla Huemul.
Rlchter tambin dijo: V Que
el laboratorio de Huemel es
muy pequeo, pero uno de los
(Pasa a la Pgina b. Columna ?>
Los buses en mal
estado debern
ser retirados
Hay muchos autobuses en Ba-
ta ciudad que rompen las ropa*
de los clientes, que estn sucios
o que se llueven, no* inform
el Alcalde Vega Mndez esta
maana, y esta autoridad mu-
nicipal ha recomendado al Ma-
yor Sols que retire lo* buse
que se encuentran en esta*
condiciones.
El estado de algunos buses
no se compagina con el pro-
greso de nuestra ciudad, ni con
el servicio que deben prestarle
los transportes a la poblacin
que se sirve de ellos.
Los resortes al salirse de los
asientos, rompen pantalones y
trajes de las personas que in
ellos se suben. Aunque se sabe
que muchos de estos servicitO
(Pass a la Par Col
Las potencias occidentales
celebrarn conferencia de
paz con Japn sin los rusos
Parece que la China Comunista tampoco ser to-
mada en cuenta sobre el particular
Por Harold Guard
LONDRES, Marzo 26 (UP)
Todo parece Indicar que las pi-
tenclas occidentales procede.an
a celebrar una Conferencia de
Faz con el Japn sin la parti-
cipacin de Rusia y la Ch.na
Comunista, de acuerdo con
fuentes oficiales.
Ahora que los Estados Unidos
han hecho saber sus termines
se ha abierto el camino para
las discusiones entre las poten-
cias amigas.
Los funcionarios britnicos
piensan que la partlclacin tn
la conferencia de paz debe at-
ur abiertas a estas tres catego-
ras;
1) Los pases que hicieron
contribuciones directas a la
guerra contra el Japn.
(Paaa a la pgina S columna )
Tramtase habeas
corpus contra el
Director Melhado
Bajo la ponencia del Magis-
trado Suplente, Francisco FUa,
la Corte Suprema de Justicia,
est tramitando un recurso da
Habeas Corpus, interpuesto por
el abogado Nicols C. Prez an
contra del director del Depar-
tamento de Migraciones. Lie.
Mariano Melhado y en favor
de Clarence J. Williams dete-
nido a rdenes de ese despacho.
El recurso fue notificado esta
(Paaa a ta Pg. *, coi. ti


PAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MINES, MARZO fi. 1951
Panamamrtca
MAMO INDEPENDIENTE
HARMODIO AMIAS. URICTC*
IDITADO PO LA
TILITONO -0740 (CINTRAL PRIVADA)
APARTADO POtTAL NO 1S4
,N .U. IMUUWI ITCADO tN *TA .IU0D. CA1.U H. H*. 87
LA INAUGURACIN DE LA CONFERENCIA
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
/'
Z V.
1)E CANCILLERES
De conformidad con el programa hoy se insta-
la solemnemente en la ciudad de Washington la
Cuarta Reunin de Consulta de Ministros de Re-
laciones Exteriores de Amrica.
La crtica situacin internacional ha motivado
esta conferencia ya que ante los acontecimientos
mundiales de los ltimos meses se hace absoluta-
mente necesario que nuestro continente adopte me-
didas colectivas de seguridad y, al mismo tiempo,
se trace normas especficas de carcter militar, po-
ltico y econmico para enfrentarse a este serio
perodo de la historia universal.
El sistema de la Consulta de los Ministros de
Relaciones Exteriores, creado en la Conferencia de
Buenos Aires de 1936/dio magnficos resultados en
la recin pasada guerra mundial. Como se sabe,
frente a aquellos sucesos se realizaron Conferencias
de esta naturaleza en Panam, la Habana y Ro
de Janeiro.
Es natural que en la actualidad todas las na-
ciones americanas y junto con ellas el resto del
mundo estn pendientes del desarrollo de las de-
liberaciones que tendrn lugar en Washington con
motivo de esta asamblea continental.
Por lo que respecta a los pueblos de nuestro
hemisferio es indudable que hay una singular expec-
tacin, lo mismo que se advierte un gran nteres
en torno a las cuestiones fundamentales que infor-
man el programa de la Conferencia.
En lo relacionado con las medidas militares
puede decirse que no hay mayor inquietud porque
se estima que los tcnicos en la materia segura-
mente tendrn los estudios adecuados del proble-
ma, los cuales, por su ndole, estn ubicados den-
tro de la rbita de una ciencia ms o menos pre-
cisa.
Por supuesto que el buen xito de los clculos
militares debe tener hondas vinculaciones con
los resultados de carcter poltico y econmico. Y
es en relacin con estos dos (untos que la opinin
pblica de Amrica est ms alerta. Se sabe que
la situacin internacional del presente y la que po-
dra venir como lgica consecuencia de la actual
traera complicaciones econmicas muy serias. Y
se sabe tambin que el aspecto poltico, de mlti-
ples facetas, requiere un sincero anlisis a la luz
de la realidad democrtica para beneficio de los
pueblos americanos.
Es conveniente que esa Conferencia, en sju ca-
pitulo poltico y en lo que corresponda a las con-
diciones internas del hemisferio, se defina con cla-
ridad cules son los peligros que corre la democra-
cia en el Continente ya sea en presencia de las in-
filtraciones comunistas, que desde luego es lo prin-
cipal, o por otras causas imperantes en algunos
pases de Amrica cuyos gobiernos estn divorcia-
dos de las legtimas normas democrticas.
Pre Kindergarten "Mercedes"
Ave. Mxico 67 Anexo Telfono: 3-0545
Equipo y mtodo conforme a las ltimas
teoras de educacin pre-escolar.
Se recibe slo un nmero limitado de nios y se
dar preferencia a los que ya han hecho solicitud de
admisin. Matricula: lunes 2.
Mercedes Arrocha de Cornejo
Di rector a-Propietaria
LA FERIA DE COLON: EL DR.
ALBEROLA ANFITRIN
La otra noche, en la casa
de mi buen amigo el doctor
Antonio Alberola, Cnsul de
Espaa en Coln, mdico acti-
vsimo, siempre dispuesto a a-
yudar, a contribuir al bien de
la urbe donde desarrolla su
dinmica labor tuve el honor
de asistir a una reunin en la
que se habl de la prxima Fe-
ria Agricola de Coln, en los
terrenos del relleno, y algo de
la Feria Internacional con que
ja ciudad que lleva el nombre
del Descubridor de Amrica, co-
laborador de aquella Reina de
Castilla la Grande que se lla-
m Isabel la Catlica, conme-
morar el Primer Centenario de
la fundacin y tambin por
qu no? el quinto centena-
rio del nacimiento de Isabel
la Catlica, que con su emo-
cin histrica de universalidad^
hizo realizable el descubrimien-
to para la civilizacin occi-
dental de todo el Continente.
Visitar al doctor Alberola y
no ser Invitado a un suculento
banquete, bien rociado con un
capltoso vino espaol, estilo
Borgoa, es Imaginar un Impo-
sible. Su mesa muestra las sar-
dinas hlsjpinlcas, el rico bo-
nito, un salchichn de Holan-
da, una tortilla de papas a la
espaola -^jue es un misterio
su confeccin: loor a la linda
esposa de don Antonio, doa
Carmela, un asado para chu-
parse los dedos, el caf exqui-
sito, el "Aprlcot Brandy", de
Bols. En torno se sientan ama-
bles caballeros: el Encargado
de Negocios de Espaa, don
Santiago Ruiz Tabanera, el P.
Jos Saavedra Losada, Comen-
dador de la Orden de Nuestra
Seora de la Merced de Ma-
drid, el doctor Mariano Orriz,
arropado en su humor de psi-
quiatra, el Joven abogado Luis
Ruiz Vernaccl, rama de mi fa-
milia, el anfitrin, que est a-
tento a todo y apenas prueba
bocado a pesar de su enver-
gadura de peso completo, con
sus doscientas treinta libras
entre pecho y espalda.
Despus, en la sala de la ca-
sa, cuyas paredes decoran no-
tas de Pradllla, Soropa, Lpez
Mezquita, hasta algn posible
Bartolom Esteban Murlllo, se
habla de la Feria de Coln, la
de mayo prximo. All estn
el activo Alba, Mario Julio
orador claro y preciso, Gon-
zlez, Tagarpulos, el P. Diaz,
tamiliar de Monseor Preciado,
el joven Avedillo, el Ingeniero
Fernandez, los arquitectos Mas-
telarl y Mora, productos de
nuestra Universidad, espritus
abiertos y con anhelos de ha-
cer: otras personas.
Lo que se quiere en la re-
unin es puntualizar algo en
relacin con el pabelln de Es-1
paa en la Feria de Coln del
mes de mayo. Poco tiempo que-
da para preparar el aconteci-
miento. Pero se discursea. Se
proponen comisiones: una de
ellas la ha de presidir el Lie
Avedillo, hombre de Influencias
en Coln, relacionado con don
Vicente Lara, espaol ciento
por ciento, consuegro de mi
querido amigo, el doctor Har-
modlo Arosemena Forte.
Tendr Espaa su pabelln:
no ser un derroche, pero s
una cosa digna. Los jvenes
arquitectos Mora y Mastelarl
responden de ello en colabo-
racin con el Ingeniero cons-
tructor seor Fernndez. El di-
plomtico seor Tabanera ha-
ce un discurso: otro el doctor
Alberola: otro el compaero
Mario Julio: otro el millonario
Sr. Tagarpulos, que da cuen-
ta de lo que se propone la
colonia griega: habla. Igual-
La oferta de Mac
Arthur "asombra"
a los franceses
PARIS, Mar. 28 (UP).Fuen-
tes del Ministerio de Relacio-
nes Exteriores expresaron "a-
sombro" ante la oferta del Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur al Je-
fe de las fuerzas comunistas en
Corea.
Dijeron que aprueban la ofer-
ta de una reunin para poner
fin a las hostilidades, pero no
ia "amenaza de extender el con-
Hicto" que la acompaa.
Agregaron que es "sorpren-
dente" que el General le rest*
Importancia al poderlo chino a-
hora, cuando slo hace pocas se-
manas le habla dado "tanta im-
nortancla* al nmero de sol-
dados chinos que hacan frente
a las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas.____________________
vi himrrf FS EL MEJOR AMIGO DEL PERROEste perro se encontraba flotando so-
bre hftS-no de hielo has" ue la Polica y los bomberos acudieron .1 rescate, logrando s-
cario del mu helada.____________________________________________________________--------------_------.
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Calle 6a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA DESDE EL U DE MARZO.
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SVCRE
Directora Prap.
mente, el Licenciado Avedillo
de hojas mlmeografladas es-
tarcidas, mi querido amigo...,
de proyectos". Y Fray Jos Saa-
vedra Losada indica que podra
ser adecuado un desfile de ma-
rinos, de caballeros marinos es-
paoles, del "Juan Sebastin
Elcano", barco.escuela, que por
los das de la Feria estar en
aguas prximas al Istmo. Her-
mosa sugestin, en verdad.
Resultado: que Espaa co-
laborar en la Feria de Coln,
que los colonenses no se duer-
men: que Coln lucha contra
la adversidad de una situacin
econmica dura con todas sus
fuerzas. Que la Feria de Co-
ln de este ao ser el prlo-
go de la gran feria de 1052, la
del centenario...
Ayudemos a luchar a los co-
lonenses. Creamos en ellos: en
Gonzlez, en Tagarpulos, en
Mario Julio. Adelante. Yo, por
mi parte, soy un soldado ms.
Un soldado viejo y enfermo,
pero amigo de mis amigos.
SI sirvo para algo, que me
utilicen. No estoy seguro de
servir para nada. El triunfo de
la Feria de Coln est garan- .gentiles jugaban "Canasta en
tizado. No haba ms que es- el comedor. Yk sin embargo,
cuchar a los reunidos en casa ellas sern las primeras cola-
del doctor Antonio Alberola.
Mientras un grupo discuta
aquello de la Feria, dos damas
Doradoras. Las que darn em-
paque al pabelln de Espaa
en la Feria...
El Mejor CLUB en Panam!
donde puede usted ad-
quirir todo lo que ne-
cesite para su nuevo
hogar !
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LAMPARAS
LINLEOS
El ACUIt-A
Avenida Central 91
OLLAS
RADIOS
ESTUFAS
miles de artculos ms!
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ANUNCIA a sus favorecedores
que sus oficinas han sido trasladadas a
sus edificios de la Carretera Boyd-Roose-
velt, contiguos a la Ca. Ganadera Indus-
trial, S. A.
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Panam, R. de P.
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Moqemerio lsita sera b* IneWitrk Principales pleto de maquinaria
industrial y agrcola
"ALLIS CHAtMERS"
para cubrir sus necesi-
dades.
CUANDO DE MAQUINARIA
SE TRATE,
CONSLTENOS!
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(originalmente establecida en 1865)
Apartado 2140 Avenida B 79 Tei. J
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LA
ESCUELA PANAMA
anuncia
Que estn abiertas las matriculas de Primaria,
Secundaria e Internado para el prximo ao escolar.
Las alumnas que tienen materias aplazadas de-
ben presentarse a la Direccin del plantel antes del
da 31 de Marzo.

Horas de oficina: de 9 a II en la maana.
3 a 5 en la tarde.
Para informes acuda a Ave. Norte No. 9.
Tletenos: 2-1666 3-0894
HONRADEZ
PRIMACA
CALIDAD
SERVICIO
ESCUELA CRISTOBAL RODRIGUEZ
Colegio bilinge (Espaol-Ingls) para Varones y Nias
Kindergarten Primaria Secundaria (Liceo)
ABIERTAS LAS MATRICULAS
INTERNADO PARA NIAS
Panam. R. P. Aptdo. 3176
Calle Carlos A. Mendoza *66 Tel. 2-3437
REUNION DE ACCIONISTAS
Se.cita a los accionistas de la Destilera Central.
5.A., a la Asamblea General anual que ha de celebrarse
el da 5 de Abril de 1951 en las oficinas de la Compa-
a en Avenida Norte No. 70 a las 8 p.m.
Se considerarn los siguientes puntos:
1Discusin del Balance General al 31 de
Diciembre de 1950.
2Eleccin de nuevos directores.
DESTILERA CENTRAL, S.A.
Anbal Tribaldos
Secretario
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
es shmprt di
calidad uniforme
Tres centros de inters para Ud.j
LIMA SANTIAGO BUENOS AIRES
{en un vuelo I
Solamente PANAGRA puede
ofrecerle todos los dios!
e, mejef servicio areo
Servicie siiarlo lujoto y veloi El
nter Americano, entre BlMnoi Air y
EE. UU., por la rut arana d*! Paci-
fico. Y doa veeee por amana, uto
poderotoe DC 6, brindan al viajaro u
extra da lujo y confort: El Fiat Loun
(a da El IntarAmaricano.
Servicie bisemanal El Epclal
ClaM Turin. Vualca econmicos
an irandaa DC-4, con rabajas da haata
an 25% en lo pataje. Otro maanifico
aervicio por la ma da El IntarAma-
ricano.
Y ahora Vuelo directo a Ro me-
diante* coneiionet con Panair do Braail
m Liana.
Hoy
BOAC
le ofrece
2 Tarifas de Excursiones
con servicio de primera clase
PANAMA Nassau
BUENOS AIRES* I-a ciudad moderna y coa-
mopolita lo atombiai con al dinamiamo de au vida
diurna y nocturna... Favorecido por la eituacio
actual del mercado da cambio. Ud podr reoliiar
nlii vanlajoaiaimaa comprae.
Y da pato. Ud. puede vieilar cmodamente 3a
llaqo. la del clima eatupendo y Urna, la lamoea y
tradicional Ciudad do loa Virrayee".
PANACRA
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LUNES. MARZO 2. 1951
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
airi
Tres mil millones de dlares se
necesitan para el Punto "Cuarto"
WASHINGTON, marzo 28.
(U8I81 La Junta Asesora de
los Estados Unidos sobre Desa-
rrollo Internacional, que pre-
puso una vasta extensin c>
programa de; Punto Cuatro pa-
ra las reglones subdesarrolia-
aas del mundo libre, en un in-
forme que envi al Presdan-
te Truman esta semana, de-
clara que el grueso de los fon-
dos para este programa deL><:n
ser suministrados por lnvers'c-
nlstas privados.
La Junta, compuesta de trece
dirigentes en los campos de
trabajo, los negocios, la api-
cultura, la educacin, y la .hi-
giene, fu nombrada por el pre-
sidente Truman en noviembre
del ao pasado, para que eti'-
le- l problema del desarrollo
econmico Internacional.
En su Informe, la Junta cal-
cula que las regiones Insufi-
cientemente desarrolladas ne-
cesitan una corriente constan-
te de 2.500 a 3000 millones tc
capital privado por ao para
hacer subir la produccin eco-
nmica a un nivel que garan-
tice la paz, las instituciones li-
bs es y el bienestar humano. La
pioduccin econmica de esas
legiones es ahora apenas equl-
Es para hacer aumentar su
produccin econmica a un
nivel que garantice la paz
valente a una quinta parte de
a produccin de las naclo.ies
jccidentales industrializadas.
Aunque esta cifra represen-
ta Una vasta Inversin, el in-
forme seala que ella equivale
a menos de un uno por ciento
ci los Ingresos nacionales com-
binados de los Estados Unidas
y los pases de la Europa occi-
dental.
Al explicar su conclusion u-
nnime de que debe confiarse
principalmente en la empresa
y el capital privados para el
programa propuesto, la junta
cbserva que "el empleo de foc-
lo pblicos necesariamente re-
sultara en Impuestos ms eli-
.auos o prstamos gubernamen-
tales adicionales, y deben evi-
tarse ambas cosas en etas
iltmpos de peligrosas presiones
mflacionistas".
Por consiguiente, la' Junta
propuso salvaguardar e incen-
tivos que aumentaran las In-
versiones de capital privado a-
.w-.rlcano en el exterior, de ia
actual proporcin de cerca e
11.il millones por ao por lo
menos a dos mil millones
Adems, la Junta deseara \er
i,ue en los prximos aos se
n..irtleran 2,000 millones de to-
lares de capital privado nor-
teamericano en empresas pro-
ductivas extranjeras ya existen-
tes, para aumentar la produc-
cin de materiales estratgica
necesarios para la defensa del
inund libre. Estas inversiones
(te la Junta dice que deberan
comenzar inmediatamente, ,in-
r;an un rendimiento anual ck
mil millones de dlares en ma-
teiiales esenciales.
Parece que la propuesta de
estos incentivos se ha hecho en
icpuesta a las quejas de gru-
pos de hombres de negocios en
el sentido de que son demasia-
U13 los riesgos para que el ca-
pital privado se anime a par-
ticipar extensamente en el pro-
grama de desarrollo del Puire
Cuatro.
El informe explica, asimismo
'-ue la produccin y dlstrio'.-
cion de artculos y servicios es
principalmente una funcin oe
la empresa privada, ya sea q M
envuelva artculos alimenticios o
manufacturados para atender a
la siempre creciente demanca
civil o a la produccin de ma-
teriales decisivos' para la de-
fensa.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
rtiejores programas
Fijacin de precios mnimos
es funcin Bsica Agrcola
CARACAS, marzo 26.
SI en pasados aos prevaleci
en el pas tendencia de la in-
versin privada hacia las In-
dustrias de las ciudades en de-
trimento de las rurales, las me-
didas puestas en prctica por
el Estado para corregir este
fenmeno de la economa ve-
nezolana, vienen dando resulta-
dos equilibrantes y aseguran
mejores perspectivas para el
futuro de la agricultura.
En este sentido el Banco A-
grcola y Pecuario, organismo
oficial de mayor tradicin fi-
nanciera en el agro, ejerce, en-
tre otras, dos funciones funda-
mentales: una, crediticia de ca-
ractersticas ampliamente libe-
rales y otra de fijacin de pre-
cios mnimos para los produc-
tos ide la agricultura y la cria,
que garantizan remuneracin
adecuada y segura a las em-
presas del campo. De estas dos
gestiones bsicas se derivan 0-
tras actividades complementa-
rias, todo -lo cual gratarnos de
sintetizar en el presente repor-
taje.
Fijacin de precios mnimos
Es otra funcin bsica en de-
fensa de la agricultura, pues
anualmente establece los pre-
cios mnimos de compra para
las diferentes cosechas de fru-
36' Gran Concurso LUC
tos. asegurando a los produc-
tores utilidad razonable en la
venta de ellas, lo cual, a su
vez, constituye estimulo para
las Inversiones en el medio ru-
ral por cuanto el agricultor
emprende sus empresas sobre
bases firmes sin la zozobra del
fenmeno deflacionlsta duran-
te las pocas en que afluye la
produccin a los mercados. Asi-
mismo realiza el Banco Agri-
cola y Pecuario la compra-
venta de ganado. Estos pro-
ductos, que adquiere sobre la
base de los precios mnimos,
son luego sacados a la venta
a medida que vaya requirln-
dolos el abastecimiento nacio-
nal a precios determinados a
favor del pblico consumidor.
Construccin de granero*
y depsitos
Superando las dificultades que
tenia para conservar en forma
adecuada los productos que ad-
quiere ha elevado su capacidad
de almacenamiento a 98 mil to-
neladas mtricas, disponiendo
en la actualidad de magnficos
graneros, tanques de acero, y
otros depsitos especiales en los
principales centros de produc-
cin y consumo. El cuadro In-
serto contiene las caractersti-
cas de los silos y depsitos del
Banco en la Repblica.
Dependencias del Banco
Para llevar a cabo esta gi-
gantesca gestin el Banco A-
grfcola y Pecuario ha tenido
que ir aumentando gradual-
mente el nmero de sus ofici-
nas, contando en el momento,
adems de la Oficina Central
en Caracas, con sucursales en
Maracalbo, Barqulsimeto, Vale-
ra, San Cristbal, Valle de La
Pascua y Cuman, y con 78 A-
genclas ubicadas en los luga-
res ms inmediatos y estrat-
gicos a las zonas de produc-
cin, que se dedican activa-
mente a la tramitacin y re-1 venta de frutos y ganados que
caudacln de los prstamos: es- en crecido nmero tiene dlse-v
to sin contar las oficinas espe-1 minadas en muchas partes del
dales destinadas a la compra- territorio nacional.
CHAMBorrtra
.CiiintaMNIDl
estn desempacando
CAMISONES DE JERSEY
Aqua, meln, rosa, celeste.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial.. .3.95
PANTIES DE JERSEY
Amarillo, rosa, celeste,
blanco. Adorno nyln%
Especial... 85c.
PANTIES GRANDES
Blanco y rosado.
Tallas 8 y 9.
Especial... 1.25
PANTIES DE PIERNA ANCHA
Tallas 8 y 7.
Colores blanco y rosa.
1.15
PETICOTES GRANDES
Rosa y blanco.
Tallas: 42 44 y 48.
Especial ...2.95
FAJA PANTIE CON
ZIPPER... 7.25
TaUas 25 al 32. ,ft
BRASSIERES
EXQUISITE FORM
Rosa, blanco, celeste,
amarillo, negro.
Especial: 1.65 1.95 2.95
COMPRE AHORA
QUINTA AVENIDA
NO LO HAY MEJOR
Nuestro Club de Muebles y Mercaderas siempre fu el preferido del
pblico, porque sus grandes facili dades se amoldan a los deseos de
sus suscriptores. Recuerde este Club para mejorar su vivienda. Sus-
crbase.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOCIOS FAYORECIDOS EN MARZO 25 DE 1951:
Seora GRISEI.DA DE MIZRACHIAve. B. Porras No.
120 1 par de aretes de oro Ganado con 4
semanas.
Seor BERNAB HENRIQUEZ M.Calle 16 Oeste No.
17 1 colchn de 42" para cama indiTidual
Ganado con 6 semanas.
Seorita ELSA MEZA Calle H No. 47 2 mecedoras
y 1 silln de metal pintados en color rojo 1 ca-
nasta de aluminio para fiiardar ropa y 1 tapa de
inodoro pintada en color crema. Ganados con
7 semanas.
Seora JULIA GONZALEZ DE MORN La Boca
No. 927 1 mesa de 36" y 6 sillas tapisadas asien-
to y espaldar, en cuero color vino y barnizadas en
Jaspe oscuro. Ganadas con 14 semanas.
Seorita GUADALUPE BONILLA Domingo Espinar
o. 1 1 cama doble de caoba, en color Jaspe
eocobolo, con su colchn y esprn de resortes
Ganados con 34 semanas.
Seora DOLORES REYES DE TREJOS Calle 7a. No.
16 1 refrigeradora de 9 pies, marca "Westinc-
house" Ganada con 39 semanas.
Seora DOROTEA DE VALDERRAMA Calle Prspe-
ro Pinel No. 15 1 cama doble de caoba barni-
zada en color Jaspe naranja, con su colchn y es-
pring de resortes Ganada con 44 semanas.
Seorita CAROLINA PALLARES Ave. Central No.
1(1 1 radio Stewart Warner de 8 tubos. 7 ban-
das. Ganado con 47 semanas.
Seor JUAN S. MARTINEZ La Cresta No. 91 1
juero de sala de 8 plecas, estilo Renacimiento es-
panel, compuesto de: 1 sof, 2 sillas mecedoras,
2 poltronas, dos sillas paradas y 1 mesita de cen-
tro. Tapizadas y barnizadas. Gan con 60
semanas.
LOS FELICITAMOS
AVISO:Por motivo de inventario, temporalmente
haremos entregas de Muebles por sistema de Club,
con un depsito REDUCIDSIMO. Aproveche esta
concesin nica.
SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR,
JUEGOS PARA 8ALA.
JUEOOS DE LIVING.
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava
doras, Mquinas da Coser,
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores. Estufas para gas. Col-
chones, Linleos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las mejora*
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera.
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y'
ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios da
cualquier marca.
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, envindola a su casa.
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A GANARSE. 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
Jo vera v Platera Objetos para Regalos
(Av*. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera
(Antigua Ferretera Duque)
El mrito de nuestro Club es reconocido por miles de hogares en toda la Repblica.
FILIAL: La industrial Maderera. S. A. Depsitos de maderas Fbrica de Muebles Finos
Puertas. Ventanas. Marcos y Molduras para construcciones. Vitrinas de mostrador para
comercio Se ejecuta cualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica de unos sesenta oore-
ros especializados v ms de 15 aos de experiencia ____ _.
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IAGINA CUATRO
fcX PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO IXDEPENDIBNTR
LUNES, MARZO t, 1M1

- CRUCIGRAMA -
FIT
HORIZONTALES:
1Nombre de una famosa
cantante brasilea.
5 Constelacin.
8Altares.
12Del verbo remar, Inv.
13Personaje bblico.
14Entregeme.
15Componedor de zapatos.
17Quieran.
18Invalidar.
19Equipaje de mano.
21Cabeza de ganado.
22Prefijo inseparable.
23Agarraderas.
25Que ha cometido pecado.
29Deseos de beber.
30Aciertos.
81Posesivo, Pl.
32Absordos.
34--Zumo de uva fermentado.
35Dios grieto-del amor.
88Metropolitano. Abv.
87Isla de formacin coralina
40Tela.
43Cacahuete.
44Que tienen los colores del
iris.
46Nombre de mujer, Inv.
47Existen.
48Del verbo dorar.
49Perrilla callejera.
60Del verbo asar.
61Plantigrades.
8Caudillo.
9Bogue.
10Famoso confesor espaol.
11Rio de Francia.
16Yunque de plateros.
20Extremidades de las aves.
22Signo aritmtico.
23Del verbo asar.
24Tercer hijo de Adn y Eva
25Mujer que predice el
porvenir.
26Dejados fuera.
27Rio de Alemania.
28Cocino en seco.
30Disparo.
33Nombre de mujer.
34_Que ha sufrido vejacin.
36Espacio de tiempo.
37Quieres.
38Defecto, galicismo.
39Tonalidad, Inv.
40Acierto.
41Del verbo dorar.
42Te atreves.
45Gorra militar.
VERTICALES:
1Cartas que recoge el que
gana.
2Metal que atrae otros
metales.
3Del verbo depurar.
4Montes, de Rusia.
5Aspirar con el olfato.
6Hermana. _,
7Relativo a los tomos, Pl.
SOLUCIN DI ATER
ninaa nao anam
Hjja aaa aun
nnnn Piran
JJ LiWHU
'o GroiBFo ri
Reinado agrcola
se verificar
en Villa Rosario
Con mucho entusiasmo e Ini-
cia "Reinado Agrcola en Villa
Rosario" con la participacin
de simpticas d ami tas. La
Comisin Organizadora est
compuesta por elementos vallo-
sos de la poblacin tales como
los seores: Angel H. Martnez,
Vctor Barra, Narciso Welles,
Carlos Hernndez. Leonor Apa-
ricio, Eva de Castillo, Ins Del-
gado, Carmen Hernndez. Ber-
nab Martnez y otros ms. Este
mismo elemento llev a cabo el
Reinado Deportivo de 1939 que
ha sido una de las notas ms
sobresalientes del mundo so-
cial de Villa Rosarlo. Las can-
didatas se estn escogiendo mi-
nuciosamente para evitar difi-
cultades al torneo que ser de
lo ms respetable. Se han re-
portado y aceptado hasta la fe-
cha como candldatas a las sim-
pticas seoritasLilia Batista,
Virginia Castillo, Bernalda Sala-
zar las otra cuatro an no se
han admitido definitivamente
hasta la prxima sesin. En la
reunin de maana se nombra-
r la Directiva de la Comisin
y se fijar la fecha de los es-
crutinios y el da de la Coro-
nacin que ser en el mes de
Mayo. . .._
NORMAS
'Les Corresponsal" deber)
ceirse a iu nii desapasiona
das Dornii periodsticas Uebei
enviar al peridico lee asunte
v noticias mi interesante* qti
afecten la comunidad F.n ab
soluto se trata de ana oporta
tildad para hacer determinad
pmpanas polticas
CORRESPONSALES
OA*IErs
I.I PAl.MAfcaeaunno Uullrrt L
t.L BKALara Obdulia Centre.
nniaa ama ann
fjyrjtii yaw uhmm
Ocho mil personas asistieron
a la Procesin en Penonom
. PENONOME. marzo 24. " rresponsal i. Fervorosa, orde-
. nada, gigantesca, fue la pro-
- cesin que acompa anoche
en Penonom al Mrtir del
-Glgota y a las otras imge-
nes de la Pasin en su re-
corrido por las calles de la
poblacin en andas adornadas
por la ms refinada esttica y
suspendidas por los hombros de
la fe. El templo, el parque y
las calles adyacentes a la igle-
sia estaban repletas de devo-
tos cuando apareci hermos-
sima la losa de Cristo exni-
me, a la admiracin de las
multitudes. No menos de ocho
mil personas siguieron tras las
sacras imgenes en su recorri-
do de dolorosa conmemoracin.
All al pie de .Jess muerto,
unidos en su amor a Cristo,
estaban el montas hurao
de oculta choza misera y el
llanero que galopa a lo largo
de su existencia sobre los vas-
tos llanos coclesanos, el pro-
fesional de renombre y el obre-
ro sudoroso, el habitante de
la ciudad y el provinciano tra-
diclonallsta. All todos tenan
a flor de labio "una sola pa-
labra: Jesucristo". La luna se-
mejaba desde lo alto un ojo
de luz, abierto en la mitad del
cielo, para que por l se aso-
maran a ver el devoto espec-
tculo todos los ngeles y to-
dos los santos El cielo azul ta-
chonado de estrellas y encen-
dido de luna era la lgica b-
veda a la losa, a esa losa blan-
ca como la pureza de Cristo,
que se mova lenta por las ca-
lles de Penonom en medio de
un mar humano y un mur-
mullo de oraciones, tenuemen-
te acariciada por las brisas de
nuestras selvas ubrrimas. La
afluencia de gentes a Penono-
m a presenciar la procesin
del Viernes Santo es algo no-
toriamente halagador y el vi-
sitante encontrar ao tras ao
un marcado ndice religioso en
la poblacin y un exquisito gus-
to en el arreglo de las andas
de las imgenes divinas.
El sermn de las siete pala-
bras fue predicado en las ho-
ras de la tarde por padre Yu-
rramendi, Ilustre sacerdote Je-
suta. Dirigindose a los cam-
pesinos dijo entre otras cosas,
que ellos llevaban una vida ms
dura y ms penitente que la de
muchos santos. Le prdica fue
escuchada con emocin.
El monumento del Jueves
Santo fue sencillamente Impo-
nente y fue el que ms gust
al corresponsal entre otros que
visit en la Provincia. Las pro-
cesiones de todas las noches
fueron concurridas. El visitan-
te de Penonom ha debido lle-
varse magnifica impresin del
pueblo por su espritu religio-
so y culto, por su clima agra-
dable, sus balnearios gratos y
la hospitalidad de sus gentes.
EH corresponsal quiere feli-
citar de manera especial a los
reverendos sacerdotes Jos Ser-
gio Lpez, cura prroco de Pe-
nondm y Vicario de Cocl, Ml-
Iuel ngel Morn, coadjutor de
a parroquia y P. Yuramendl,
predicador por la manera como
conduperon todo lo relativo a
las festividades. Igual felicita-
cin extiendo a la Junta Or-
ganizadora, a las congregacio-
nes religiosas, al profesor Mxi-
mo Master director, de la ban-
da de msica que tan mag-
nifica impresin caus a toda
la ciudadana penonomea por
la cooperacin comunal al xi-
to grande de la Semana Santa.
PROVINCIA DE CHIRIOUI
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LA ESCTJULA DE SANTIAGOHe aqu la espaciosa sala de
entrada de la Escuela Normal Juan Demostenes Arosemen
en Santiago de Veraguas. Esta escuela es orgullo de la Re-
pblica de Panam ya que es superior en muchos aspectos a
las escuelas de otros pases. _________
Brindaron agasajo
en Boquete a don
Samuel Lewis Jr.
BOQUETE,
AVISOS JUDICIALES
i
AVISO DE REMATE
El Admlalatrader General de Aduanal,
al pblico.
HACE SABER:
Que se ha seftalado el da Viernes
treinta de los corrientes para que tenga
lugar el segundo remate de la siguiente
mercanca: .
SS Cajas da Wishky "Palyver
Ajada en el primer remate B.siz.is
H cajas de champaa francesa
fijada en el primer remate 4as.au
Base que se fija para el segun-
do remate: ____ .
35 cajas de Whisky "Palyver 450 00
II caja* de champarte frsnctaa 400 00
El remate se llevar a cabo en la Ofi-
cina del Administrador del Almacn Ofi-
cial de Depsito de esta ciudad, frente a
la Aduana Nacional entre las once y 12
ilii da.
No sern admitidas ofertas menores de
la base fijada y el remate ser adjudica-
do al mejor postor quien pagar de In-
mediato su valor, pero antea de retirar varado
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PUERTO PIIONLuis Jlmfaea
Ser reconstruida
la Iglesia de
La Colorada
LA COLORADA, Marzo 26
E! Domingo 18 de presente mes
se reunieron en el Baln de
la Biblioteca Pblica de e-,t:i
localidad un grupo de Dan.as
Catlicas con el fin de formar
una Asociacin para recolectar
fondos para ayudar a los nom-
bres catlicos de la misma, a
la reconstruccin de la Iglesia.
Dentro del mayor entualawo
y camaderla fu escogida la
directiva por voto secreto en
la que qued de la siguiente
manera.
Presidenta: La Sra. Cristina
de Mojlca, Vlce-Presldenta, D -
dima de Mojlca; Secretarla, Li-
lia Castillo; Tesorera, Ti K.U
Mojica; Vocales, Melania Mojlca.
Rosa V. de Mojica, Marta Ol..-
zalez, Ersilda Mojlva iLa ni-
a), Hermelinda Mojica, Cc-
novia Nez, Tilda Nner, Gli-
>na Lpez y Faustina Mojlca.
Seguidamente las damas al
tomar sus cargos Juramentaron
que pi estaran toda su coope-
racin a las actividades que or-
denarla la presidenta ya sea n
una forma u otra. La presiden-
ta dijo que su mayor nteres
era que el dinero que se reco-
lectaba en este verano seria
para ponerle el piso de mosaico
y comprar una campana para
la Iglesia-
El Club d* Damas Catoatn
de La Colorada" hace un a-
mado por este medio a toous
las damas catlicas de La Colo-
rada que vive fuera de olla
que aporten Con su granito do
arena de engrandecimiento C.r
la Iglesia de su tierra natal.
la mercanca deber adherir B 010 de
timbre en cada botella de Whisky.
Se hace constar que de acuerdo con el
contenido de la nota No. SS de esta fe-
cha, del seor Administrador del Al-
macn Oficial de Depsito el primer re-
m.iic mu- fue fijado para el Mircoles 25
de Octubre del arto pasado, fue decla-
rado desierto en vista de que loa serio-
re^Brostella y Ca., quienes fueron los
I nicos poslores, ofrecieron suma menor
a la base fijada para el remate y en ta-
les condiciones su propuesta fue Inad-
misible, ya que el aviso oficial que al
efecto se public en la prensa local, asi
lo estableca.
RAl'L D. BF.RBrV,
Administrador General de Aduanas
Panam, Mario 1 de 1(81.
marzo 25. (Co-
rresponsal". Los directores de
peridicos y radloperidlcos chl-
ricanos y- corresponsales de la
prensa de esa capital, se re-
unieron con don Samuel Lew!
en simptico almuerzo que le
ofreci al destacado periodista
don Miguel Brenes, presidente
y propietario de la Editora Re-
gional en los salones del Club
David el acto que testimonio
una vez ms la fraternidad que
existe entre los que bregamos
en las difciles tareas perlods-1
ticas puso de manifiesto ade-,
ms la'particular simpata de;
los asistentes para con don
Samuel, figura prestante de las
letras y periodismo panameo.
Asistieron adems como invl- |
tados don Samuel Lewis Jr.,
gerente de "El Pais", don Ma- j
rio J. de Obaldia, autor de la
famosa columna Sin Ton Ni |
I Son, concurrieron tambin a
este agasajo don Santiago An-
I guizola, director de "Ecos del
Valle", don M. de J. Garca, j
director de "La Razn", don
Juan B. Sanmartn, director del
radio peridico "Sucesos y Co-
mentarios", don Luis* E. Alfon-
so, de "La Estrella de Pana-
mi", don J. de Anguizola de-
La Nacin", don Gustavo Al-'
varado de EL PANAMA AME-1
RICA, el corresponsal de "po-
cas" en Chlrlqui, don Ignacio
Herrera ,J., corresponsal de "El i
Pas" y "La Estrella" en Puer-
to Armuelles, don Ricardo Al-
8. corresponsal de "El
FUENTE DE RIQUEA.Una de las riqueaas ms importan
teg de Chlrlqui san los guineo. Miles de hombrea reciben
de la Chlrlqui Land Co. varios millones de dlares anualmen-
te en concepto de salarios por su trabajo en la cosecha del
rico fruto que se exporta a los mercados norteamericano.
Otra fuente de entradas a nuestra economa.
Pais" en David y don Miguel
Bernal, agente de "El Pais" en
la Provnola. Horas de parti-
cin los concurrentes sobre di-
versos tpicos nacionales e In-
ternacionales, habindose co-
mentado la enorme tragedla
porque atraviesa el periodismo
continental. Ante la actitud del
"peronismo" argentino para con'.
uno de los diarlos de ms ln-
dependientes prestigios de A-
mrlca "La Prensa" de Buenos
Aires.
EL INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO
avisa que
La Matricula para Alumnos Anteriores
ser del 26 al 30 de Marzo de acuerdo con el
siguiente calendario:
LA SECCIN SECUNDARIA Sabanas No. 2104
Lunes, Marzo 26 ...................... 4o. y 5o. Anos
Martes, Marzo 27 ...................... r-.A-"
Mircoles, Marzo 28 ................... lo. y 2o. Aos
LA SECCIN PRIMARIA: (Calle 1' No 26)
Jueves. Mareo 29 ................ 40.. 6o. y o. Orados
Viernes, Marzo 30 ................. 2o. y 3er. Orados
NOTA:-Es Indispensable que el padre o i^f.^ e"tt
para hacer la matricula. Las horas son de 8.00 a 12.00
a.m. y de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. Las horas de noche son para
la conveniencia de los padres.
La Matrcula para Alumnos de Nuevo Ingreso ser
del 2 al 6 de Abril. De acuerdo con el reglamento interno
del colegio, se har un examen de capacidad general a
todo candidato.
Para ms detalles dirjase a las oficinas del Instituto
TELEFONOS?
Secundaria: 3-0824 Primaria: 2-2097
QUIERE
GOZAR
MAS LA
VIDA?
Pozo submarino ya
est funcionando
PUERTO ESPAfiA. Trinidad,
Mar. 26 (UP). El primer pozo
submarino de petrleo que se
ha logrado perforar con xito
en esta zona comenz a produ-
cir el Viernes Santo, cuando se
lleg a una profundidad de ca-
1 mil cien metros.
La perforacin tuvo lugar en
el campo petrolero de Parlcens
en Guapo, se calcula que el
nuevo pozo produce alrededor
de 150 barriles diarlos.
Put ienga cuidado con los csti-
anulante* que pueden dificultar el
repodo de su sueo como son
la cafena del c y el ca* Alguna!
personas pueden lomarlos sin su-
frir trastornos, pero otras no.
Pruebe usted tomar POSTL'M
016 50 din y ttri que duerme
y e siente meior. POSTL'M el
un grano molido 1100% libre de
ctteinei y prepiftdo con trigo y
cereales .Torne POSTL'M y go-
iar< anas la tidal
Magnfica Inversion
SE VENDE: '
la Hacienda
"LA PULIDA1'
sita en Las Sabanas, con todo
el equipo y ganado existentes.
Acuda a
JULIO ANZOLA. S. A.
Avenida Norte No. 38
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ttaalie las cuslirlsties de un Burn cal.
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LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1672 del Domingo 25 de Marzo de I9M
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididas en dos serles de 26 raoclones cada una denomir
Premio Mayor
Segundo Premio
Tercer Premio
8312
6939
3377
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Los novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 2 y no comprendidos rnja lista orecedente estn oremiado con
Cincuenta y Dos Balboas (B/5J.00).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta y dos tracciones que componen las dos series A ya
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador da la Provincia de Panam. JOS,DOMINGO soto.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro. JUAN AR08EMENA Q.
NTrHcsoA?la-Cdula No. 47-898 El Notario Segundo del Circuito de Panam. DAV%t^)Wk
Antonio Donato M.-Cd. No. 74-25026 RICARDO FABREGA JR. ________Secretario
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SORTFO DE "LOS 3 GOLPEpS"
DOMINGO 25 Dt MARZO DE 1151
Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Setenta y Tres (S71)
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la premios se palana a la par .fW; U^l,^'*'Z2!?r'ln?2
elni de to {Metis NetonSI de rnefleeneiP llsa 48 M S.enlda Central
Plan del Serteo Ordinario No. 1673 que se ha de
celebrar el lo. de Abril de 1M1:
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fraccione cada ana denemlnpda
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LUNES, MARZO Z, 1151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
.AGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKeaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono J-J1M
HORAS: l:M a X:N s.m.
Apartado 1S4
Recepcin
En honor del grupo de von-
grealstas Norteamericanos que
llegan hoy a eita ciudad a
bordo del vapor "Panama o-
fc. el Encargado de Negocio* c*
los Estados unidos don Muray
M. Wise y Sra. Edith de VW<:
ofrecen hoy lunes 2 de Marzo
a las S p.m- una recepcin en
la sede de la Embajada.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras ms sinceras fenc-
Uciones para el Edecn ei
Excmo 8r. Presidente de l-e-
Sbllca Ten. Coronel Roberto
ngulzola y Sra. Eugenia Guar-
dia de Angulzola, quienes cele-
bran hoy el segundo aniversa-
rio de su matrimonio.
Para Chile y Argentina
En el Intercambio siguieren
para Chile y Argentina en via-
je de placer el Sr. Manuel Fer-
nndez y Sra. Angela Rlvas de
Fernndez. Los despedimos y
esperamos tengan una grata
permanencia en tierras sudame-
ricanas.
Para Medellin
Un feliz viaje deseamos ai
8r Eduardo Restrepo y far..
quienes siguieron para Medfin
Col., despus de haber pasado
una corta temporada en Pa-
nam como huspedes del ho-
tel El Panam.
Para los Estados Unidos
Con el fin de asistir a la
conferencia de cancilleres *ue
se celebra en Washington, si-
gui para sa el 8r. Enrique
Linares Jr. a quien despedunos
muy atentamente.
De la Rabana
Presentamos nuestro atento
saludo, de bienvenida al 8r.
Juan Antonio Carbone y Sra.
Ana Elena Van der Mans to
Carbone, quienes procedentes de
La Habana, Cuba, se encuen-
tran nuevamente en Panama
Lollta D de de Alba; Sra. tu*
genla D. de Garrido; Sr. Eloy '
anaio y Sra. Edna de A. de
Alfaro e hijos; Dr. Eouaruo ce
Alba y Sra. Laurita A. de ce
Alba e hijo; H. D. Ral Arango
y Sra. Rita O de Arango e
hijas- Sr. Aquilino Vallarlno y
Sra. lasa M. de Vallarlno e .li-
jos; Sr. Irving Bennett y Sia.
Ivonne N. de Bennett y hr-jof;
Sra. Berta de la Guardia e ni-
jos; Sr. Rogelio o. de Paredes
y Sra Olga A. de O. de Fa-
redes; las Sstas. Marlela y Vio-
la Icaza, Chela Campagnatil.
Ida Boyd, Rita de la Guardia y
Marcellta de Japn y los Jve
nes Luis C. Alemn Jr., Muv-
tin Ramirez, Juan Lula Coivea,
Ernesto Mndez Jr., Larry Ma-
duro y Eduardo 8tagg.
De Santa Monica
Regresaron a la Capital desr
pues de haber pasado vanas
semanas de descanso en su e-
.ldencla veraniega d Santa,
Mnlca, el 8r. Gabriel Oallndo
y Sra. Rosario A. de OaUndo
acompaados de sus nios.
g!esa de este diario y su seora
esposa doa Anna de Law.vi-
'anto la madre como la recic.i
nacida se enuueiuian olen.
No pedir permiso EE.UU para
atacar con bombas a China Comunista
De Costa Rica
Pasa una temporada de va-
caciones en esta ciudad el Sr.
Guillermo Jimnez, procedci.te
de San Jos de Costa Rica. Lo
saludamos.
De Guatemala
Despus de haber asistido a
a transmisin de mando preal-
d e n c 1 a 1 de la Repblica de
Guatemala, se encuentra en es-
ta ciudad en donde segura ruii-
ibo a Bogot, Col, lugar de su
. residencia, el Sr. Humberto
Linares.
Para Coln
Despedimos a la Sra. RojjI-
blna de Rodriguez quien sigui
para la Costa Atlntica despus
ce haoer pasado el fin de semi-
na en esta ciudad
Restablecida*
Acompaadas de su recin
nacido abandon la Clnica San
remando la Sra. Oabriera Ba-
rrios de Maher. Tanto la ma-
dre como el recin nacido to-
zan de perfecta salud.
Se encuentra nuevamente en
su resdencla acompaada de
su recin naolda la Sra. Eisa
Cecilia de.VMalaz.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Marianella 8tagg de Mar-
tnez
Nia Blanca Rosa Chapman
Torrente
Cumpleaos de maana
Sr Vasco Arosemena
Sr. Regolio Daz
Sra. Matilde A. de Palomo
Nacimiento
Almuerzo de Cumpleaos
Con un almuerzo en el Jar-
dn Balboa fu agasajaao (.or
un grupo de amigos el Seor
Miguel Hlve Jr con motivo de
cjustar en esta fecha el mejor
de sus dias. Lo felicitamos.
Gran espectculo
teatral habr
en el Presidente
Un programa cine-teatral que
ha de llevar numeroso pblico
es el que presenta maana el
Teatro Presidente. Numerosos
artistas de los ms aplaudidos
participarn en esta funcin.
La parte del show (que se pre-
sentar a las 9 p.m.) est a car
go de:
Maria Ruiz, la magnifica can-
tante; El Trio Anro-Ye, formi-
dables bailarines acrbatas; Mar
ta y Carlos Mambo), Zoilo, la sin par gua-
rachera; Talla, LDiiu...a .., -
ola; Coqui y Meche, los cmi-
cos excntricos y la cantante
sentimental, Gladys OCampo.
Todos estos nmeros da xi-
tos respaldadosp or una formi-
dable orquesta.
En la pantalla, sern pre-
sentada la pelcula de Tin Tan:
El Nio Perdido".
Caiisa regocijo la
reanudacin de
unas relaciones
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26 (UP)
La Embajada peruana did a
la publicidad el texto de los
mensajes entre el Presidente de
Chile. Gabriel Gonzlez Videla
v el Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Per, Manuel C.
Gallagher, en los que se felici-
taron mutuamente por la reanu-
dacin de relaciones diplom-
De Miami
Husped del Hotel El Panama
pasa unos das en esta cluad
el Sr. Edward A. Pool. Gerente
de Departamento de Publicidad
de la cadena de hoteles Kir-
keby, acompaado de su seora
esposa. e
De los Estados Unidos
Ha regresado de los Estados
Unidos donde estuvo en viaje
ae negocios el Sr. Alberto Ghl-
ttls. Para l nuestra bienvenida
De Taboga
Regresaron de la Islas de lis
Flores donde pasaron la Semi-
na Santa las siguientes perdo-
nas: Sr. Eduardo de Alba y Sra.
Nos complace registrar el na-
cimiento de la nllta Marlijn,
hija de nuestro compaero de
labores, don Robet Lawler, Jefe
de Redaccin de la session In-
Pero se indica que no hay
por el momento tal intencin
Prncipe de Holanda
tale en jira por
la Amrica Latina
SOE8TERBERG. Holanda. Mar,
26 hard de Holanda sall por la
va area en Jira por varios pa-
ses Latinoamericanos.
Ayer el Principe tom el avin
KLM e Lisboa para Suramrica
en donde se propone visitar Ar-
gentina, Chile y Uruguay con
el propsito de estrechar las
relaciones entre esos pases y !
suyo.
En el aeropuerto estuvieron a
despedir a] Principe el Minis-
tro argentino Antonio Mara
Ramn Vaienzuila v el Ministro
chileno Carlos Mora Lynch.
say ftu atifa z veda
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Por RICHARD WITKIN
NUEVA YORK, Mar. 26 erados Unidos no tienen In-
tencin de pedir permiso a las
Naciones Unidas para bombar-
dear a la China Comunista, an
cuando esta rechace la gestin
del General MacArthur ae sus-
pender hostilidades, segn un
portavoz norteamericano.
MacArthur dijo que la deci-
sin de las Naciones Unidas de
extender la guerra autorlsando
los ataques a bases en la costa
y el interior de la China "con-
denara a la China al riesgo de
un derrumbamiento militar in-
mediato."
Algunos de los principales de-
legados temieron que esto fuera
una insinuacin de amenaza
para pedir permiso para llevar
la guerra a la China propia-
mente dicha, al esta rechaza la
Invitacin a suspender las hos-
tilidades. Pero el portavoz de
Estados Unidos dijo que el te-
mor es Infundado.
Sin entrar de lleno en la de-
claracin de MacArthur, el por-
tavoz neg que haya tal In-
tencin e indic que no es pro-
bable que se formule tal plan
en un futuro previsible. Dijo
que ni la delegacin norteame-
ricana ni que el supiera, el De-
tlcas entre Chile y Venezue-
la.
Fu gracias a los buenos ofi-
cios de Gallagher que esos dos
pases reanudaron sus relacio-
nes tras haberlas suspendido
por cerca de tres aos como re-
sultado del golpe militar en Ve-
nezuela en 1MB.
El mensaje de Gonzlez Vide-
la a Gallagher dice asi: "Rue-
go a Vuestra Excelencia acep-
tar mis sinceros agradecimien-
tos por su Inteligencia y eti-
cas mediacin, gracias a la cual
han stdo restablecidas las re-
laciones de Chile con Venezue-
la .pas al cual nos ligan tan
profundos lazos de afecto y tra-
dicin. Lo saludo muy cordial-
mente."
Gallagher contest: "Agradez-
co profundamente el mensaje de
Vuestra Excelencia y me com-
plazco en asegurar que al pro-
mover los buenos oficios del Go-
bierno del Per para el resta-
blecimiento de relaciones diplo-
mticas entre Chile y Vene-
zuela, se inspir en los ms al-
tos sentimientos de amistad que
facilit la obtencin del feliz
xito de que todos nos congra-
tulamos. Retorno a Vuestro Tx-
celencla mis cordiales saludos
y le reitero nuestra sincera a-
mlstad."
[Magazine de
Hollywood
Sl-t
partamento de Estado, conocie-
ron por anticipado la declara-
cin de MacArthur.
La reaccin general aqui a la
Invitacin de MacArthur a Pe-
kn de que cesara el fuego me-
diante conversaciones en el
campo de batalla, fu extrema-
damente precavida.
El Presidente de la Asamblea
General, Nasrollah Entezam di-
jo que su Comisin de Buenos
Oficios, qu ha intentado en
vano comunicarse con los rojos
chinos, con miras a la paz. "da
la bienvenida a todo esfuerzo
que contribuya a ella."
El turco, Sellm Sarper, quien
preside la Comisin para estu-
diar las sanciones contra Pe-
kn dijo que es ciertamente la
misin de un Comandante pro-
curar la tregua militar. Pero
varios observadores no ameri-
canos concedieron Importancia
al anuncio de Tokio.
Creen que la mencin del de-
sastre que puede esperar a Chi-
na si las Naciones Unidas ex-
tienden sus operaciones ofrece
pocas posibilidades de acepta-
cin de China. Sin embargo,
fuentes norteamericanas dije-
ron que hay realmente poco
de amenazador en la declara-
cin y otros Indicaron que di-
fcilmente ha de esperar que
un Comandante que va avan-
zando adopte una actitud de
ruego.
La impresin general es que
el Intento de MacArthur de lo-
grar la solucin de Corea, se-
parada de otros problemas en
1 Asia como Formosa y la repre-
sentacin de China en Estados
Unidos no es realista.
En Lake Success, fuentes nor-
teamericanas dijeron que la mi-
sin de Estados Unidos en las
Naciones Unidas, que es un en-
lace entre estas y el Departa-
mento de Defensa de Estados
Unidos,. no tenia conocimiento
i anticipado de que MacArthur
pensara hacer una proposicin
tan transcendental.
La mayora de los delegados
y autoridades de las Naciones
Unidas Incluso el secretarlo Ge-
I neral Trygve Lie, se mostraron
reservados sobre la declaracin
I hasta despus de estudiar el
texto.
pero otras fuentes se mostra-
ron satisfechas porque Mac-
Arthur hubiera tomado la Ini-
ciativa para acabar la guerra
en Corea.
Un lider del bloque de las
doce naciones Asltlco-Arabes
que fracas en el primer inten-
to de solucin, expres la es-
peranza que el General tuvie-
ra ms xito our ellos.
Otros lo Interpretaron como
una rama del olivo con una ba-
yoneta escondida.
cejo Local de Hopdale, que una,
de las calles en una nueva sec-,
clon de residencias en esta co-
munldad de 10,000 hablrentes,
ha sido nombrada "Avenida
Clark Gable" en su hono.r
0
La nueva cinta musical de la
Metro Qoldwyn Mayer "Sinfona
de Pars" ha resultado un cam-
po propicio para que Gene Kelly
haga derroche de su variado ta-
lento artstico.
El dinmico actor no slo, es
el astro del film, sino que se
encarg de la coreografa; dlrl
gl tres nmeros musicales: ea
colaboracin con el director VIO
cente Minnell escribi el libreta
original para un ballet de die*
clslete mnutos, y tamben se en-
carga de la narracin que pon*
al os espectadores al tanto de
lo que van a ver.
El trabajo de Kelly en esta,
espectacular cinta. Inclusive la
direccin de 120 bailarinas en
los ensayos del ballet, dur ms
de seis meses.
Una vez terminado su rol en
la reciente pelcula de la Metro \
Qolwlyn-Mayer "Rica, Joven y
Bonita", Jane Powell ha dedica-
do su atencin a redecorar un
aposento en su residencia, trans
formndolo en cuarto de nios.
La Joven estrella cantante y su
esposo, Gary Steffen, esperan
la llegada de su primer vasta-
go en Julio prximo.
Jane declar que quiere una
familia grande-"probablemente
tres nios"dijo. Por lo tanto,
no le importa si el primero es
varn o hembra.
La habitacin Infantil estar
lista mucho antes de que lle-
gue la cigea, a excepcin de
algunosd etalles como la pintura
y las cortinas. Estos tendrn que
esperar hasta no saber si el be-
b es Geary Steffen II o Suzan-
ne Eileen Steffen.
0
Aunque Robert Taylor vive en
un apartamiento en el ltimo
piso de un edificio, eso no Im-
pedir que nstale un taller.
El actor, que se mud recien-
temente a un departamento de
cinco habitaciones en el piso
ms alto de un inmenso edifi-
cio en Beverly Hills, est adap-
tando una de ellas para taller
de carpintera y piensa conti-
nuar su aficin en ese ramo.
El astro retorn de Italia ha-
ce algunas semanas, despus de
concluir el rol ms Importante
de su carrera, en la superpro-
duccin Technicolor de la Metro
Ooldwyn-Mayer "^uo Vadla".
El nombre de Clark Gable, ha
sido inmortalizado en el pue-
bleclto de Hopdale, Ohio, don-
de el astro pas la mayor par-
te de su niez.
El actor, que termin recin-,
teniente un papel en la pelcula
Technicolor de la Motro-Goldyn'
Mayer "Ms All del Ancho Rio" i
ha sido Informado por el Con- <
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"Como resultado, el sistema So-
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nos, imponiendo la esclavitud en
. u pas y la agresin en el ex-
.rmjero".
Truman dijo que la resistencia,
n la agresin en Corea y la ayuda
i.uc los Estados Unidos ya le han
t'.ado a Europa, son ejemplos de
o que se puede hacer para con-
lener la marea rola. "Al mante-
nernos firmes en Corea y al pre-
pararnos para hacerle frente a
i ag-esln en cunlquier otro la-
o, estamos haciendo lo mejor
"ara evitar una tercera guerra
mundial".
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!i accin fu Interpretado por
' luchos observadores como un
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o como la nueva "Doctrina Tru-
i an", en reemplazo de la Doc-
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! uvieran de atacar o infiltrarse
(D este hemisferio. Truman aho-
a propuso que las naciones A-
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dos los hombres Ubres para resls-
lir la agresin antes que esta se
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ca.
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t'e giete puntos para la seguri-
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mas de la agresin. El programa
11 El primer paso para resol-
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Eroductos manufacturados,
ebemos desviar nuestra ca-
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hacia los fines de la defensa.
8) Es esencial para nuestra se-
guridad que constantemente
ampliemos nuestra capaci-
dad econmica. Nuestras ne-
cesidades de defensa inclu-
yen, en muchas reas, ms
comida, mejor educacin y
mejores servicios de sanidad.
En ciertos casos ellas Inclu-
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Truman se extendi en el lti-
mo punto diciendo que las na-
ciones Americanas debieran se-
guir adelante con los proyectos
de cooperacin tcnica para ele-
var el nivel de vida de sus pue-
blos.
o
WASHINGTON. Mar. 26 lUP)
La Conferencia de Cancilleres
Americanos se Inici esta maa-
na con una sesin preliminar en
el edificio de la Unin Paname-
ricana, discutiendo asuntos de
organizacin.
Se anticipa que el Secretario
de Estado de los Estados Unidos.
Dean Acheson, ser electo Presi-
dente. El Canciller del Per. Ma-
nuel Oallegher ser electo Presi-
dente de la Primera Comisin de
Cooperacin Poltica y Militar; i
Ernesto Dihigo de Cuba, Presi-
dente del Comit de Seguridad
Interna y Gonzalo Restrepo de
Colombia. Presidente del Comit
de f'ooneracln Econmica.
El primr Canciller en llegar
fue el Haitiano. Jacques Leger.
Los dems Cancilleres comentaron
a llegar despus, acompaados
de sus resDectlvos Embajadores
en Washington. El Secretarlo
funeral de la Oreai'acln de
Estados America".. Alberto Lle-
ras Camargo le dl la blenveni-
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fritisto. consejos tcnicos, garan-
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SE ALQUILA
tasas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet omoblado, 3
recmaras, 2 baos, cuarto servi-
cio, garage. Magnifica situacin.
Ave. Justo Arosemena 92. Tel. 3-
J5fc___________
SE ALQUILA:Departamento, dos
recmaros, sola, comedor, cuarto
empleado. Edificio "Hisponia". Ca-
llo Colombia, 3. Entrada indepen-
denla.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento chico
matrimonio solo. Avenida Central
115. Informes Miguel, 10 a 4 p.
m. A.ltos edificio.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
5E ALQU'LA:Local para oficina,
orribo del Teatro Central.
b ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente pa-
ro oficinas locles cntrico* en los
altos do Avenido Control 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
macin an Almacenes 5 y 10 con-
tuvo*.
SE ALQUILA:Locol par oficina en
Avenido B No. 59 altos. Acuda
sucursal Sylvanio en mismo edifi-
cio.
--------------------------1--------------,--------------------------,
SE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3a.
No. 15. propio para oficina o de-
psito, para informes llame tel-
fono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy omplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en co-
l> 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora i
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informes llamo telfono 3-1147. I
SE ALQUILA:Chalet completamen-
te amoblado, sala, comedor, tres
recamaros, 2 baos, porch, terra-
za, garage, cuarto empleado, jar-
dn, patio grande. Ave. 6a. y 8a.
Telfono 3-2541.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locales. B.80.00
en Ave. Norte No. 61. Informes
oficina Gelobert, Tel. 2-0364.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
balcn, caso moderna. Precio m-
dico, a hombro solo. Calle I 7 Oes-
te No. 70, apartamento 5.
SE ALQUILA: 'Cuarto amoblado.
Precio B.22.50. Calle 5o. No. 30,
tercer piso. Informes Tel. 2-2376.
da a cada Canciller. El Canciller
de Argentina, Hiplito Jess Paz
lleg diez minutos antes que co-
menzara la sesin, acompaado
por el Embajador Jernimo Re-
niorino y un grupo de agrega-
dos.
El Dr. Lleras Camargo les dio
la bienvenida, entrando ellos di-
rectamente a la antesala en don-
de se encontraban reunidos los
dems Cancilleres. El Secretario
Acheson lleg Inmediatamente
despus, acompaado por el Se-
cretarlo de Estado para Asuntos
Interamerlcanos Edward O. Mil-
ler. Las banderas de las 21 Re-
pblicas Americanas estn on-
deando en el edificio de la Unin
Panamericana, y no se permite
la entrada al pblico.
AVISO
Mediante la Escritura P-
blica No. 410 de Marzo 12 de
1951 se ha disuelto la sociedad
annima WILLIAM8 BRO-
THERS CORPORATION (WI-
LLIAMS HERMANOS, S.AJ
escritura que ha sido regis-
trada al Tomo 210. Pol!o 468.
Asiento 50,642 de la seccin de
Personas Mercantiles del Re-
gistro Pblico.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
res de club do muebles, cen refe-
rencias. Mueblera Tun I mueble
gonado mueble entregado. Aveni-
do Central 200.
SE NECESITA:Chofer. Dirjose Avo.
Justo Arosemena No. 65.
SE NECESITA:Dependiente compe-
tente, debe traer recomendacin.
Ave. B. No. 61.
"De completamente
tan la ms grande manifesta-
cin de violencia de la natura-
leza- Dijo que seria necesario
la explosin de "billones" de
bombas atmicas en un misino
tiempo para siquiera aproxi-
marse a la nergia liberada en '
una "nova". Dijo que tal ex-
plosin destruira la tierra en
un abrir y cerrar de ojos.
Algunos cientficos observa-
ron que Richter habl en ale-
mn y luego sus declaraciones
fueron traducidas al espaol
para luego ser traducidas al
Ingls. Es posible que haya si-
do mal interpretado.
AVISO:
Para los fines legales aviso
al comercio y al pblico en
feneral, que por Escritura
bllca nmero 590 de 22 de
Marzo de 1951. de la Notara
Primera del Circuito de Pa-
nam, he comprado al seor
Enrique Simhon. su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
BAZAR PANAMA, situado en
los bajos de la casa nmero
104 de la Avenida Central de
la ciudad de Panam.
Panam. Marzo 26 de 1951.
Murad Harn Harari
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. marzo 26
(UPi. El profesor de Har-
vard, doctor Philllpp Frank di-
Jo que es posible que l brillan- j
te y talentoso'" fsico nuclear i
checoeslovaco Guido Beck, ha- |
ya ayudado en las investiga-.
clones que resultaron en la ex- i
plosin atmica en Argentina.
Frank dijo que en el ao
1936 l y Beck se encontraban 1
en la Universidad de Praga es- !
criblendo un libro sobre matey
mticas y fsica. Cuando Hitler |
invadi a Checoeslovaquia Back
se fu a los Estados Unidos, en
donde estuvo enseando en la
Universidad de Kansas durante
un ao.
Despus Beck se fu a la Uni-
versidad de Crdoba en Argn
tina alrededores de 1938 1940.
Frank dijo que Beck le haba
escrito diclndole que estaba
trabajando en Investigaciones
generales en el campo atmico.
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UN CLUB DE MUEBLES,
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mueblera europea
Ave, Central y Calle 21 E.
Tels. 2-1830 y 2-1833
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TORONTO, Marzo 26 (UP)
La Divisin de Ontario de la u
Federacin Cooperativa del Com j Informado EL PANAMA AME-
monwealth" que constituye la RICA hoy.
Federacin de los Partidos La-! El Alcalde ngel Vega Mn-
borlsta, Campesino y Socialista, dez revel a este peridico que
adopt por unanimidad un a-
cuerdo pidiendo que el Ooblerno
Canadiense ofrezca asilo polti-
co al director de La Prensa de
Buenos Aires, Alberto Galnza
Paz.
El acuerdo exhorta al Gobier-
no emplear inmediatamente sus
buenos oficios en beneficio del
director argentino. La propuesta
fu hecha por Andrew Brewln
y apoyada por muchos dirigen-
tes provinciales destacados.
se reciben diariamente nume-
rosas quejas contra las lavan-
deras por el mal servicio que
prestan y que la Alcalda ha
atendido las quejas del pbli-
co y est ya estudiando un pro-
yecto de Decreto que se pondr
en vigor muy pronto.
Entre las quejas que conti-
nuamente se hacen a la Alcal-
da por el servicio de lavan-
deras las ms Importantes son
las siguientes: En primer lugar.
r> \juviiinairs ursiae ano.s. *"- oibuhico, an junici lugau
El texto del acuerdo, que fu eI rnayor nmero de quejas ra
nrltrtn I J-l _1[~ ...... ftlfQ art mi. Isib vn^^^aJ^., I
aadido al orden del da como
medida de urgencia dice: "Hoy
se adopta esta actitud enrgica
en pro de la democracia y la
libertad de prensa en la rep-
blica sur-americana de Argen-
tina. El Gobierno de Pern, si-
guiendo los pasos de Mussolini y
otras dictaduras aelstas. supri-
me una de las voces de libertad
que quedan en aquel pas: La
Prensa.
"Exhortamos al Gobierno Ca-
nadiense que haga una protesta
en nombre de la democracia y
el derecho fundamental por me-
dio de su Embajada en Buenos
Aires, y ofrezca asilo politice al
Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz, quien
es fugitivo de la dictadura a-
clsta".
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores, Tablillas para tazas
v Ganchos para ollas.
Geo. F. Novey, li)c.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
BUCrRAMANGA. Colombia Mar.
20' (UP) Ocho personas resulta-
ron muertas y nueve heridas ae
gravedad cuando un bus inter-
urbano se precipit por un des-
peadero de 50 metros en el
pueblo de La Iglesia cerca de
Bucaramanga-
TECLES Diferenciales de
!, I y 2 toneladas.
CORREAS de transmi-
sin de lona y caucho.
BISAGRAS de bronce y
cobreadas.
Ricardo A. Mir.
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4-
Tel. 2-3335
Panam, R. P.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. -2600
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
Horquillas de Ropa
Machetes "Collins"
Alambre para
Gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Av. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-6524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
PERSIANAS $f
2> PORRAS
TELONES DE ALUMINIO
TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3097 Panam
dica en que los recogedores de
la ropa no tienen Identificacin
de ninguna clase y esto se ha
prestado para que personas po-
co escrupulosas sorprendan la
buena fe de clientes de distin-
tas lavanderas.
2i Los pases que sufrieron 'a
agresin Japonesa.
3i Los pases con lnten
especales en el Pacifico.
Gran Bretaa piensa que la
conferencia debe iniciarse ton
todos los participantes califica-
dos como "guales", pero que
los "mayores ntereses" de hi-
tados Unidos deben ser toraacos
en consideracin,
Gran Bretaa todava Vee
que se le debe dar toda opor-
tunidad a Rusia y GYiina para
que. participen en la Confeitn-
cia de Paz con Japn, siembre
y cuando que ellas acepten a
un procedimiento generalmen-
te aceptable.
Se tiene entendido que los
pases del "Commonwealth" y
los Estados Unidos estn de a-
cuerdo en que la conferencia
debe Incluir a todas las naci-
las que estuvieron en la guerra
del Pacifico, y "que estn dis-
puestas a aceptar la decl.n .
de usa mayora de dos terce- ,1
ras partas". ,'."p'
Las diferencias que queaan
por resolver entre Gran Breta-
a y Estados Unidos sobre el
Tratado de Paz con el Japn
no son muchas.
Los trminos generosos de los
Estados Unidos no presentaran
is lavanderas. ji * k""u" "u presentaian
Otras de las quejas corrien-' dificultades- Estos trmlno3 rt
0 me lo m* mr, nAnH)nMAM J UOSible nilP inHll7PQn al nnk1.._
posible que induzcan al Gobier-
no de Pekn a no hacer causa'
comn con la posicin de Rusia
sobre el procedimeinto.
Se le da especial Inters a
las proposiciones de los E.'a-,
aos Unidos de que el futuro de
Sur Sakhalin y las Islas Kiile-
se discuta en la conferencia
de paz. Esta es una oferta par?.
tes es la que se ocasionan da-
os a los botones y otras par-
tes de las prendas de vestir,
sin que arreglen tales daos
antes de entregar la ropa y
sin que se pueda lograr pro-
gresos en el resarcimiento de
los daos cuando se hacen re-
clamos.
Tambin se nos inform en
la Alcalda que es una queja I resolver a abrir la cuestin do
muy comn la de que se es- las decisiones de Yalta, y com-
tn usando cidos que encogen atlr los derechos de Rusia so-
la ropa. El lavado de un ves- re estas islas ex-japonesas.
tido se considera actualmente En Londres se opina que el
muy aito para la situacin eco- movimiento ha sido planeado
nmid del pblico en gene-1 cuidadosamente para atraer la
ral y esto es una queja de las atencin de los Japoncics,
ms comunes.
La explosin
mejores equipados en el mun-
do. No tiene cyclotrones o l-
neas de alta tensin porque
"estamos ahorrando tiempo con
un nuevo mtodo. 2> El labo-
ratorio ha producido explosio-
nes similares a las que ocurren
en las llamadas estrellas nue-
vas. 3) Los gases y partcu
mientras que la seguestin nor-
teamericana de que el fu uro-
de Formosa y las Pescador?
sean discutido al mismo tiempo
que Sur Sakhalin y las Is.as
Kurile, ser atrayente a la
China Comunista.
Tramtase habeas \
maana al director de Migra-
cin, seor Melhado y la Corto
Suprema fij la audiencia de
este caso para maana a las
RIFLES
Automticos
Calibre 22
"Savage" "Remington"
0O&ELQG
aa 5+My*
sol, qcaoacheTdfve,&Urrtr S* "SoXS&solicK
veces mayores que las produ-1 consecuencia proceda la Corte
cldas por cualquier otro expo- ordenar su libertad Williamv
svo conocido. 4, La construe- ?ue detenido- X-polSal!.
clon de un "gran reactor u hor- clonal por portar ilegalment
1'"^ ha ld({ terminado ( una cdula de panameo segn
y comenzara a funcionar pron- inform Relaciones Exteriorn,
to. 5) Argentina puede produ- y el caso fue remitido i Pm
tnl^Sr'?' PT rc-!'"'ador "oineraT^.a Nacin '
Slon%^TJo^eSnmateeriaes'Larra ^ ****<* *
usados en el proceso atmico __________________
argentino son argentinos y no p . tr
se incluye el uranio. 7) La e-1 LStd Wl UnigUaV
nergia atmica ser aplicada *
lndustrlalmente y en las fun- San Pedro pira entrevistarlo, i
dlciones, pero no hasta den- Galnza Paz le dijo a un oe-
tro de algn tiempo. riodista, por telfono, que ss
encontraba descansando y de-
clin hacer otro comentario.
Mientras tanto, se tiene enten-
dido que el Presidente del Uru-
tienen asientos de repuestos 8uay, Andrs Martnez Tnieba,
para estas emergencias, lo cier- 11 saDerJ la- Ue8ada de Gainza
to es que hay cierta desidia en az ordeno a Ia polica que
prestarle un mejor servicio al e?vlar*n proteccin a la ha-
cienda en donde se encuentra
el director de La Prensa.
Los peridicos dijeron que
Galnza Paz lleg a Colonia s-
Los buses en mal
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En las maanas algunos bu-
ses salen a trabajar con los ,
asientos mojados por el aseo Pamz,a Paz )lJK a Colonia so-
que del exterior hacen Gene- y e reclDldo Por su madre
ramente, el Interior no es a- X su P03- Puentes informa-
seado y en la poca de in- $?*, diJern vlerno. muchos son los buses ?Aa If Jvaya a Montevi-
que no tienen ventanas y oue .a mecllados de la semana,
se mojan por dentro comple- "a?tf, el moment no se sab
tamente, tompie que tiempo permanecer Gain-
Se celebrar en
za Paz en Uruguay.
Tenemos eo existencia:
hierro de
refuerzo
claVos
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agendas Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
mente de fomentar un lntr-
cambio de viajeros entre los
pases latinoamericanos.
La Pan American World Air-
ways ha anunciado que prestar
I apoyo a la presente campaa
I a travs de una Intensa propc-
I ganda de anuncios que proyecta
desarrollar durante el ao en
curso.
La mencionada empresa, que
i tambin participar actvair.cn-
! te en el programa de agasajos
que se les prepara a los delega-
dos en la Ciudad de Mx.c,
est confeccionando una lisia
de tarifas especiales que permi-
tir a los agentes de viajes o-
frecer econmicas excursiones
areas con gastos pagados.
No consult
penado en las operaciones mi-
litares de las Naciones Unidas
en Corea, cumpliendo las di-
rectivas emitidas por el Estado
Mayor General de Estados U-
nidos, las cuales, como dec.ar
ti Presidente Truman reciente-
mente en rueda de periodistas, """ *""18 ael paralelo sobre
son totalmente adecuadas pura i Cnunchon y se dirigieron hacia
os requerimientos de la siiua- el ParaIelo contra resistencia es-
aSn r*%10*.____,___i ~ .. nArariQ HO loe vatn~....__<_______
Fue aplastado
sbado que el Octavo Ejrcito
cruzara el Paralelo "cuando y
siempre que su seguridad lo hi-
ciera aconsejable".
Una patrulla 8ur-Coreana in-
form que haba cruzado a dos
millas al norte del Paralelo. La
patrulla sostuvo una escaramu-
za con una compaa comunista,
y luego se retir.
Un despacho del frente dijo
anoche que las nicas tropas
rojas que se haban divisado al
sur del Paralelo fu una compa-
a-menos de 200 hombres-equi*
pada con tanques un poco mas
al norte del camino que condu-
ce de Uljongby a Pyongyang, la
capital Nor-Coreana.
Los rojos chinos hicieron su
ultimo gesto al norte de Uijong-
bu ayer. Tocando sus cornetas
lanzaron un batalln al contra-
ataque contra los aliados. LaJ
tropas de las Naciones Unldai
los aplastaron con bombardeos
de artillera y cargas de bayone-
ta.
Ms al este otras fuerzas nor-
te-americanas se acercaron a
una milla del Paralelo sobre
c:on militar actual en Coica"
"Los problemas polticos que
1 General MacArthur ha decla-
rado estn ms all de sus tts-
ponsabilidades como Coman-
dante en la campaa, estn
siendo tratados en las Naciones
Unidas y en consultas entre les
Gobiernos".
El General MacArthur ha es-
tado tratando de obtener au-
torizacin para que su fuerza
area ataque las bases comu-
nistas en Manchuria Pero
poco inters en Washington b
-ntre los que representan a los
otros aliados en las fuerzas oe
las Naciones Unidas en que se
conceda esta autoridad a no
ser que la fuerza area reja
ataque en gran escala a las
fuerzas terestres de las Na-
ciones Unidas.
pordica de las retaguardias co-
munistas.
El buen tiempo permiti a lo*
aviones aliados reanudar a*
ataques contra las concentrad
Ties de tropas y transportes de
los comunistas. La lluvia y las
nubes bajas no permitieron ms
de 200 vuelos ayer, pero al me-
tilo da de hoy ya se haban
efectuado 350 vuelos.
Un poco ms al este las fuer-
zas Informaron que la actividad
area comunista est aumen-
tando, y se han divisado 140
avloijes comunistas entre el 8 y
el 2j de Marzo, comparados con
P0 durante todo el mea de Fe-
brero.
La mayora de los aviones
eran de fabricacin Rusa. Tres
de ellos fueron derribados y on-
ce averiados.


IrNKS, MARZO U, 1K1
IS. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDBWfDIENT*
PAGINA SIET*
,-,-T-W-M
n Coln Se Enfrentarn Maana Pinocho y Mauricio
ai El Segundo Partido De La
ie De Baseball Amateur
narizones se anexarn la justa si vuelven a sa-
lir airosos en este importante partido
_r s.. rvALDi-
Los equipo MAURICIO y PI-
NOCHO, campeones del Base-
11 Amateur de Coln y Pana-
ai respectivamente, volvern a
jitdirse maana en el secundo
partido de la comentada serle
ue estn sosteniendo.
Este segundo choque tendr
jor escenarlo el Estadio de la
fcludad atlntica y comenaar
, las 4 de la tarde.
Despus de un ao reapare-
er maana en Coln una no-
frena capitalina, y el Pinocho
cruzar el Istmo para darle la
revancha a los campeones del
Sector Atlntico, en un Juego
donde puede decidirse la serle
1 ganan los capitalinos, lo cual
ndica que los colonenses nece-
sitan triunfar para empatar la
competencia y obligar entonces
a un tercer partido para resol-
|ver el torneo.
. El primer encuentro que se
efectuar en el Estadio Olimpl-
Ico, los narizones Justificando su
llama, y con su 'acostumbrado
ataque vencieron por pizarra de
16-4 a los representantes del sec-
Itor atlntico.
I Los colonenses contaran ma-
I liana con todo el apoyo de la
Ibarra ya que se presentarn en
su propio terreno.
I El chitreano E. Oaorlo con ex-
Iperiencia Internacional se en-
I cargar de los lanzamientos del
I Pinocho, y rivalizar con el co-
llonense C. Adamson, el mismo
I que detuvo el ataque de los na-
I rizones despus que entr en
uatitucln de E. Oeorge en el
efundo acto del primer Juego.
C. Adamson, lanzador novato
del equipo colonense "Corsario"
y uno de los refuerzos^ del Mau-
ricio, tiene la posibilidad de
acreditarse el titulo del "NOVA-
TO DEL ANO" por sus proezas
en el base de Coln.
Este choque entre peloteros
amateurs panameos y colo-
nenses, constituye una fuerte
atraccin y un espectculo din-
no de ser presenciado por una
gran concurrencia, donde se ve-
r en plena ejecutoria de sus
habilidades a los Campeones In-
dividuales de la Justa Provin-
cial de Panam: L. Sanjur, J.
Herrera, M. Cobos, L. Cumber-
batch, pilares de la Seleccin
Nacional de baseball.
La posible nmina de los
equipo para el choque de ma-
ana es: ^___
PINOCHO
J. Herrera 3b.
L. Cumberbatch cf.
L. Sanjur ss. -
P. Osorlo lf.
M. Cobos c.
A. Dufgan 2b.
E. Peres rf.
J. Padilla Ib.
E. Osorlo p.
El Quico te inpuso a
la Polica en la justa
de basket de Antn
ANTON, Marao 28 (Por A.
Ch) __ El Deportivo Quico se
impuso a la PoUcia por S5 a 29
en Juego de la eunda vuelta
del torneo de basketball de es-
te lugar ante numerosa concu- j
rrencia y en encuentro reido
y movido.
Durante los tres primeros
tiempos, las anotaciones del par-
tido estuvieron parejas, pero en
la ltima etapa los sastres de
Quico dominaron la situacin
para imponerse a los nacos que
comanda el sargento Joaqun
Ponce. Se destacaron Rangel,
Patricio y Rengue Ortega con 6
puntos cada uno por los gana-
dores, y por los perdedores Cuty
Vlez. Bernal y Fernndez Mar-
cos, tambin con 8 tantos cada
uno.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Buenas Peleas Hubo Anoche
En Coln a Beneficio De
Los Hijos De Stanley McKay
El programa de boxeo que se
celebr anoche en la Arena de
Coln a beneficio de los hijos
del malogrado Stanley "Rocy"
Mckay fu presenciado por ms
de cuatrocientos fanticos.
La pelea estelar estuvo a car-
go de Wllfredo Brewster y el no- ]
vel Babby "Gaviln" Hawkins,
fu ganada por Brewster en el|
dcimo asalto mediante un no-,
caut espectacular. El limite erar
de 10 asaltos.
En los seml-finales Steve Ben-
nett se impuso por la via del
sueo en el segundo asalto a'
Hanki Barrows II en pelea de
seis asaltos.
L. Thompson gan por nocaut
tcnico en el segundo asalto so-
bre Al Marshall.
Ivan Porter obtuvo el veredic-
to de los Jueces derrotando a
Young Ashley.
Pascual Ampudla tambin M
impuso por decisin a Kid Ze-
flne II.
El debutante Herd Douglas
venci por la via del sueo a
Pedro Tesis en el segundo asal-
to. Douglas es hermana menor
del conocido pgil panameo
Young Finnlgan.
Par *. L. B.
MAURICIO
D. Alleyne ss.
C. Magdaleno 2b.
G. Knowles l.
S. McDonald c.
A. Bovelle cf.
A. Jimnez Ib.
T. Lee rf.
J. Rodrguez 3b.
C. Adamson p.
I Los Bfalos De Houston
Inician Esta Noche Serie
De Base En La Z. Del Canal
. Los Bfalos de Houston, equi-
po de la Liga de Texas de la
clase AA, lleg ayer a esta ciu-
dad con el fin de sostener una
serie de cuatro partidos con
equipos militares d la Zona
del Canal.
Dicha serie se inicia esta no-
che en el Estadio de Balboa
cuando se enfrenten al combi-
nado de las Estrellas Militares
a las siete. El segundo choque
ser contra el equipo de Al-
brook Fied, el tercero contra las
Estrellas Militares y termina-
rn contra el equipo de Albrook
Field el Jueves.
El Juego de esta noche sera
en el Estadio de Balboa. Los
dems en estadios mllltarea y
la entrada es gratuita.
La presentacin de los Bfa-
los de Houston en la Zona del
Canal se debe a gestiones mi-
litares para el entrenamiento
de los soldados acantonados en
la Zona.
Numeritos de la Liga Provincial
LOS MEJORES BATEADORES
DE LA LIGA PROVINCIAL DE
PANAMA AL FINALIZAR
Mnimo de 54 veces al Bate
VB H. Pts.
T. Malcoms 'CD) 49 25 .510
J. Herrera (PJ-O 0 25 .417
Bcantlebury (ORA) 84 23 .359
Cumberbatch (PIN) 54 19 .352
M Cobos (PIN) 51 17 .333
N' Bocanan (CHES) 87 22 .328
A.' Barker (CHES) 56 18 .321
T. McKay ((OS) 47 15 .318
p Osorlo (PIN) 55 17 .309
E Prez (Pl'-s") 59 18 .308
E. Escalante (FRI) 59 18 .305
I Delllser (ORA) 83 18 .302
L. McKay (OS) 47 14 .298
LDERES INDIVIDUALES
Ms apariciones a la goma
A. Taylor (FRI) 81
Ms veces oficiales al plato
A. Taylor (FRI) 88.
Carreras anotadas J. Herre-
ra (PIN) 23.
Carreras empujadas L. Sanjur
10
Ms hits conectados F. Mal-
eom (CD) y J. Herrera (PIN) 25.
Hits sencillos J. Herrera (PIN)
Ms dobles conectados t. Bo-
cana (CHES) F. Malcom (CD)
Q arper (BAR) E. Escalante
(FRI) y C. Gonzlez (ORA) 4
cada uno.
Ms triples conectados N. Bo-
canan (CHES) 5.
Ms cuadranglares I. Delllse
(ORA) 3.
Ms bases robadas M. Cobos
(PIN)) 17.
Rey del ponche I. Delllser
(ORA) 21 (nuevo record)
CAMPEONES INDIVIDUALES
DE LA LIGA PROVINCIAL DE
PANAMA
OFENSIVA
Campen Bate F. Malcom
(C- D.) 510
Campen Empujador L. San-
jur (PDf) 20 Carreras
Campen Anotador J. Hcre-
ra Campen estafador M. Cobos
(PIN) 17 basea
DEFENSIVA
Campen receptor R. Ramos
>0. S.) 990
Campen Inlclalista J. Urea
(CAR) 1.000
Campen Segunda Base H
Vejada (CAR) 997
Campen Tercera Base I-
Cumberbatch (PIN) 959
Campen Torpedero H- Maris-
cal (O S.) 915
Campen Jardinero P. Pabilo
(CAR) 1.000
Campen lanzador C. Gonza-
lez (BAR" 1000
Campen lanzador en Jucjos
ganados y perdidos B. Valencia
(CHES) 818 _
Campen lanzador en e.ec-
Uvldad D. Saines con 8 carre-
ras limpias en 5 actos lanza-
dos para un average de 1,23 ca-
rreras limpias por Juego.
LOS 5 MEJODEB >ANZADORES
EN EFECTIVIDAD
Con mnimo de 52 aeto lanzados
D Salinas (CAR) 59 8 .123
E. Agullar (BAR) 73 15 .1.84
F Larrlnaga (CD) 58 14 .2,17
C. Hernndez (FRI) 87 25 5.88
C. Gonalez (BAR) 52 19 .297
LABOR DE LOS LANZADORES
DE LA LIGA PROVINCIAL
DE PANAMA
. Mejor en average G. P.
E. Osorlo (PIN" 5 0
F. Larrlnaga (CD) 8 1
C G. Gonzlez (BAR) 5
e! Valencia (CHES) 9 3
E. Agullar (BAR) 8 3
Mas Juegos Intervenidos: E.
Valencia (CHES)) 14.
Ms Juegos completos: E.
Agullar (BAR), D. Salinas (CAR
y E. Valencia (CHES) 7 cada
uno.
Ms episodios lanzados C.
Hernndez (FRI) 78. >
Ms Juegos ganados: E. Va-
lencia (CHES) 9.
Ms ponches repartidos: C.
Hernndez (FRI) 59.
Ms bases por bolas E. Valen-
cia (CHES) 37.
Ms bateadores golpeados H.
Cummlngs (CHES) 6.
Ms lanzamientos defectuosos
C. Gonzlez (BAR) 5.
Ms Balks: C. Hernndez
(FRI) y C. Gonzlez (ORA) 4
cada uno.
Seor Reeter de la Universidad-
L Universidad Necesita an
Instructor Deportivo
(Continuacin de la 8a. leccin)
En otras civilizaciones ms
antiguas que la griega se entre-
garon los hombres a ejercicios
y a diversos Juegos. Forzoso es
que los primeros pobladores de
nuestro planeta, cuyos medios
de subsistencia dependan en
gran parte de su fuerza muscu-
lar dieran cuenta de la necesi-
dad del ejercicio fsico para au-
mentarla y conservarla. Por
otra parte, el Juego es en el
hombre una necesidad fisiol-
gica, tanto ms imperiosa cun-
to ms vive el ser humano en
contacto con la naturaleza. Esta
necesidad primordial, que slo
han podido desvirtuar los slste-
mas de vida sedentaria y artlfl- j
closa a que se han entregado
algunas civilizaciones, se ma-l
nlflesta por el deseo de alternar
en la vida los actos de utilidad
Inmediata con los de goce de-
sinteresado dando empleo a un
sobrante de energia cuya expan-
sin dlestrae al organismo y re-
pone las fuerzas perdidas. Este
concepto del sobrante de ener-
ga figura entre las teoras mo-
dernas sobre el Juego. La Edu-
cacin Fsica, pues, es tan vieja
como el mundo.
Las Figuras representadas en
los monamente y pinturas ms
antiguas que se conocen, vemos
ya actitudes que no correspon-
den a un fin utilitario, sino que
constituyen una simple expan?
sln o Juego, como por ejemplo,
la danza. La danza aparece du-
rante la edad de las cavernas.
Trasladndose a los tiempos pro
pamente histricos, tampoco es
difcil observar que el ejercicio
fsico tomaba en ellos formas
parecidas a las actuales. Muchos
bajo-relieve demuestran que los
egipcios de 3000 a 4000 aos A.
J. C. practicaban ejercicios re-
glamentarios de bastante pare-
cido con los deportes actuales
como por ejemplo: carreras, sal-
tos, lucha, competencias acuti-
cas (natacin), ms tarde las
famosas leyes de MANU Impu-
sieron, como prctica religiosa
obligatoria, la gimnasia Despus
en China, 2800 aos A. J. C. na-
ci una secta religiosa que cre
una serle de estatutos de gran
disciplina corporal, que bajo el
nombre de Kong-Fu. les fueron
Impuestos a todos los miembros
de dicha secta. Estos estatutos
consistan en verdaderas reglas
de gimnasia, con aptitudes o po-
siciones gimnsticas con su re-
corrido limitado en todos los
segmentos del cuerpo, con ejer-
cicios respiratorios, acompaa-
dos de masajes, fricciones etc.
De tanta Importancia, ha sido
considerada esta gimnasia de
los Hindes, que hasta se lleg
a compararla con la moderna
gimnasio Cueca del siglo pasado.
Naturalmente que los Investi-
gadores exageraron en este sen-
tido puesto que los suecos se
Inspiraron en los Griegos. Como
vemos pues,, el Ideal del per-
POTEN EQUIPO. -Presumes aqu Eg^iS^ST^& ft
Rita, el Dep. ***%r** 1 Todo?* Componentes Juegan muy bien el baseball y se
&??S.M5 ST&rtSm entu'nnevajcmpor.da de baseball infantil.
Welsh Loch Sorprendi Al
Ganar Ayer El Evento Estelar
De La Fiesta Hpica Dominical
Por RDEME
WELSH LOCH el magnifico
ejemplar de la cuadra de Da-
niel Clnigllo sorprendi a la c-
tedra ayer al Imponerse en la
prueba principal del Hipdromo
Nacional sobre una distancia de
1800 metros y por un premio de
B.1.000.00.
La prueba result Interesante
y el triunfo de Welsh Loch, no
era esperado por los fanticos
que hicieron grandes favoritos
a Royal Coup y Plnard.
La carrera se desarroll en
forma alternada. El "sprinter
Cherlberlbn se hizo de la punta
desde la salida, seguido por
Welsh Loch, Avenue Road, Ro-
yal Coup y Plnard. Cheribcrl-
bin comand el pelotn hasta
el codo de la milla cuando el
Jinete de Welsh Loch lo solt
y al entrar en la tierra derecha
se alej de los dems ejempla-
res; cuando Plnard y Royal
Coup arremetieron, todo fue
Intil pues el puntero tena to-
dava muchas reservas y atra-
ves la raya triunfal por mas
de un cuerpo sobre Plnard que
ocup la segunda colocacin.
Royal Coup se present fuerte
en los finales despus de correr
encajonado y le arrebat, el ter-
cer lugar a Cherlberlbn.
Welsh Loch reparti la suma
de B.18.40 a ganador.
Con marcado inters practican los
ciclistas para la marathn del Dmgo.
Con marcado inters estn
practicando los pedallstas que
participarn en la marathon
ciclista que se correr el do-
mingo de Panam a Caplra y
regreso, organizada por la re-
deracln Nacional de este de-
porte.
Los mejores ciclistas del pas
participarn en esta prueba, asi
como varios novatos que estn
ofreciendo cada vez mejores
actuaciones
La carrera partir a las 5 y
30 de la maana del estable-
cimiento comercial 8moot y Pa-
redes, atravesar el Canal por
el puente de Mlraflores. segui-
r por la carretera hasta Ca-
plra, dar la vuelta a la plaza
del lugar y regresar por el
mismo lugar para terminar en
el punto de partida.
Se calcula que la prueba to-
mar de dos y media a tres
horas y la comisin est ges-
tionando con las autoridades
del Canal para evitar tropie-
zos durante el paso del Canal,
y no se repita el hecho de
la marathn pasada, cuando
los ciclistas se vieron obligados
a Interrumpir la carrera debi-
do a encontrarse abierto el
Euente para dar paso a un
arco qe cruzaba las esclusas
en ese momento.
El mircoles a las 5 de la
tarde tendr una Importante
reunin la comisin con todos
los Interesados en la oficina
del Estadio Olmpico.
Con el juego Pinocho-
Sosa se reanuda hoy
el softball social
Por Beto Tejada
JUEGO DE HOY
PINOCHO vs- O. SOSA
JUEGO DE MAANA
ALEMN' vs. MAURICIO
4:15 p.m. Santa Rita
Esta larde se reanuda el tor-
neo social de Softball con el
juego entre los equipos Sosa y
Pinocho, donde los pticos Jt-
iicnden una vez ms su invicto
mientras que los narizones tra-
tarn de mejorar puntuaclc.i.
MAURICIO vs. ALEMN Jr
Este choque que ha sido ey
perado con Impaciencia por los
lanticos del softball, se lleva-
ra a efecto maana a las 4.15
de la tarde en Santa Rita.
Ambos competidores se lu-
jarn su mayor opcin de Ir
a la serle final y el ganaJ ir
quedar con excelentes pojl'ut*
idades de continuar en la lu-
cha por el ttulo. Las mejores
lineas enviarn maana am-
bos equipos al campo, y se ve-
an en accin por los del Ale-
mn a los hermanos Ravenr.u,
C. Arlan, R. Aldrete, Alemn v
dems que se enfrentarn con
Too De Jann, Taboga Agui-
rie, Checale Villamil, J. de Ja-
nn, Chorl Gascn y otros- Los
lanzadores anunciados para es-
te c'noque son Sidney Tudor y
por el Alemn y Chlney por e!
Mauricio. *
Seis Equipos Participarn En El
Campeonato Prov. De Ft Mayor
Los equipos que participarn
en el prximo Campeonato Ma-
yor de la Liga Provincial de ft-
bol de Panam han Iniciado sus
prcticas a la vez que estn
reorganizando sus lineas para
ofrecer satisfactorias presenta-
clones en la Temporada de cam-
peonato.
De los seis equipos que parti-
ciparon en la campaa del ao
pasado, se considera que volve-
rn actuar el Ancn. Pacifico,
Hispano y Huracn; el Amador
est atravesando ciertas dlficuU
tades, y el Ibrico ha perdido
cerca de la mitad de sus Juga-
dores, entrando la duda que
pueda presentar un equipo da
coteja.
Dos conjuntos nuevos se estn
organizando, y uno de ellos tie-
ne en su lista a la mayora de
los jugadores que forman el Se-
leccionado Nacional que partici-
p en el pasado Campeonato
Centroamericano de Ftbol.
I
Celebra su cumpleaos
hoy el Dr. Juan Nicosia
Celebra hoy el mejor de sus
das el distinguido galeno na-
cional Dr. Juan (Nicosia.
El Dr. Nicosia es muv cono-
cido en todos los corrillos de-
portivos, y desde hace varios
aos dirige la Liga Provincial
de ftbol de Panam.
Por este medio esta pgina
deportiva se complace en de-
searle muchas felicidades augu-
rndole muchos xitos en su ca-
rrera profesional.
feccionamiento corporal y moral
ha sido uno del os anhelos y
propsitos ms remotos del hom
bre.
Citacin Deportiva
Se cita a los jugadores del equl
po RADIO BUSH para una prc-
tica maana a las 4.30 en el
cuadro del Instituto Nacional.
La Liga de Baseball del Ba-
rrio de Calldonla, cita esta tar-
de a todos los representantes de
equipos para una importante
sesin en la Escuela Pedro J.
Sosa.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juefos de SANTA RITA.
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FAGINA I
tX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, MARZO 2, 1S
La lucha contra las epidmicas
se endereza contra la grippe
Le j cables de Informacin ex-
tranjera han traido ltimamen-
te noticias sobre el desarrollo,
n a!unos paises de Europa, en-
tre ellos InRlaterra. de una nue-
va epidemia de Grippe o Grl-
pa. enfermedad sta cuya sola
enunciacin es motivo de preo-
cupacin para las personas en-
cargadas de la higiene pblica
y de Inquietud y ansiedad para
el comn de los ciudadanos.
La gripa es considerada como
una enfermedad infecciosa, de
extraordinario poder de propa-
gacin, pues son raros los In-
dividuos respetados por ella en
los conglomerados humanos a-
tacados. cuya principal carac-
terstica es esa aparicin peri-
dica, brusca v de suma rapidez
Red Panamericana
llene lor
mejores programas
JUEVES
TEATRO LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
TEATRO CECILIA
PRESENTANDO LA MAS
GLORIOSA AVENTURA
DE LA PANTALLA!...
que constituye .a epidemia. La
historia de los pueblos europeos
cuenta ms de nueve asaltos de
la enfermedad; y la nuestra,
conserva horrorizada la memo-
ria de los aos de 1889 y 1918.
tatuados por su accin.
El embate epidmico presen-
ta de ordinario tres ondas o asal-
tos de algunos das de duracin
y separados por un intervalo de
uno o varios meses. La primera
ola de gripa suele coger a mu-
chas personas y revestir poca
gravedad: la segunda se extien-
de, Igualmente, mueno y pre-
senta un mayo nmero de com-
plicaciones: v la tercera, se dis-
tingue ms por la gravedad de
sus casos que por su abundan-
cia.
La persona infectada. Incuba
el virus productor en su orga-
nismo por uno o dos das, y lue-
go presenta de una manera
brusca los primeros sntomas:
fiebre alta, escalofro, postra-
cin, "quiebrahuesos" como co-
munmente se dice, cara y cue-
llo rojos, ojos inyectados y sen-
sacin de catarro por irritacin
de la mucosa de todo el rbol
respiratorio, de ah el por qu
damos frecuentemente el nom-
gre de gripa al simple catarro
de todos los das, cuando en
realidad son dos cosas entera-
mente distintas. La gripe en s
no es muy grave: dura dos o
cinco das, cede la fiebre y el
enfermo entra en una conva-
lescence llena de depresin y
cansancio: lo temible en ella
son las complicaciones, produ-
cidas por grmenes que actan
aprovechando el terreno propi-
cio, las cuales son variadsimas
ilamng
JOHN WAYNE
MAUREEN O'HARA
- y -
J. CARROL NA1SH
VCTOR McLAGLEN
Ben Johnson Claude
Jarman Jr.
Superior espectculo de accin y
herosmo con la actuacin
mas dinmica de JOHN WAYNE I
TROPICAL
HOY!
Por la Reina y la Patria el
misterioso Capitn Siroco
lanz sus hordas piratas a
desventajosa, batalla para
salvar un reino... y la mu-
jer que amaba!...
"LOS PIRATAS
DE CAPRI"
con LOUIS HAYWARD
Alan Curt Mariella Lottl
MAANA ESTRENO!
"CORAZONES
SOLITARIOS"
ODIOS INTRIGAS Y
VENGANZAS!
BARRERA DE BAZOOKAS.Las tropas de la Repblica de Co-
rea se alinean para disparar las "bazookas" americanas, no al
enemigo, sino a un blanco en el campo de pruebas. Miles de re-
clutas Coreanos han sido entrenados por las fuerzas americanas
para que puedan tomar sus posiciones en el campo de batalla.
en forma v en gravedad.
Para fortuna nuestra, la epi-
demia de 1951, si es que en rea-
lidad se trata de sto, encuen-
tra a la ciencia moderna muy
capacitada para la defensa. Des-
de 1933 se logr aislar al agen-
te productr que resutl ser un
virus filtrable de dos clases. A
y B. mediante la Inoculacin ln-
tranasal de hurones y ratones,
con lo cual es posible preparar
vacunas. La presencia de esas
maravillosas drogas llamadas
Antibiticos es garanta de la
prevencin de las complicacio-
nes. Y el adelanto de las me-
didas profilticas y defensivas.
En Bogot, por ejemplo, a pe-
sar de no haberse registrado
ningn caso de grippe en el
pas, la higiene municipal, hoy
bajo la gil y enrgica volun-
tad del profesor Francisco Gnec-
co Mozo se ha apresurado a to-
mar todas las medidas del ca-
so: Vigilancia de los pasajeros
llegados al pas y de los que to-
man el avin de Barranquilla
ac. Impidiendo que tomen re-
medios que puedan bajar la tem
peratura v dar datos errados
cuando se aplica el termmetro
a la llegada: lavado de las ma-
nos con solucin desinfectante;
decomiso de pauelos: fumiga-
cin de aviones con solucin de
amonio cuaternario, producto
de reconocida efectividad desin-
fectante: cuarentena para todo
individuo con sntomas simila-
res: asimismo se ha reservado
en La Samaritana una sala es-
pecial para recibir todos los ca-
sos que pudieren presentarse:
todos los mdicos de la capital
y todas las autoridades de pro-
MiST TEATRO CENTRAL W
"SU ULTIMO REFUGIO"
MARIO Galindo Y O A.
presentan
un programa de las pinturas
con LUCHO AZCARRAGA -
en
SOLOS DE RGANOS
de Lunes a Viernes
a las 12:30 p.m.
(Jn programa estelar en la radio favorita
la [Red ff>>
anamertcana
Pocas esperanzas
hay de hallar
un avin perdido
SHANNON, Irlanda, Mar. '28
(UP). Casi se han perdido por
completo las esperanzas de ha-
llar loa 53 aviadores que iban
a bordo del gigantesco "Olobe-
master" de las Fuerzas Areas
de Estados Unidos, que se estre-
ll el viernes en aguas del Nor-
Atlntlco batido por una tem-
pestad.
Tras cuarenta horas de bus-
queda no se ha hallado seal'
alguna que indique que hay
sobrevivientes de la tragedia.
Un avin "Privateer" de la Ar-
mada de Estados Unidos, que
particip en la bsqueda, In-
form que habla visto una bal-
sa desinflada a 400 millas al
Oeste de Irlanda, pero que no
haba seales de vida en ella.
Anoche un piloto de una su-
perfortaleza inform tambin
haber visto una balsa aproxi-
madamente a 520 millas al Oes-
te de Irlanda. Otros vieron lu-
ces y na balsa pequea indi-
vidual. Pero la bsqueda duran-
te el da no ha dado seal al-
guna que indique que hay sobre-
vivientes.
vincla estn en la obligacin de
declarar a las autoridades com-
petentes todo caso; y. por l-
timo, 50,000 dosis de vacuna del
ltimo A' (a prima) con destino
a colegios, cuarteles, hospitales
y dems centros donde por'a-
glomeracin pudiera establecer-:
se un contagio colectivo.
Etos conocimientos y el de
que la enfermedad se transmite
principalmente por las pequeas
gotas de saliva producidas con
lya tos. creemos sean suficien-
tes para informar al pblico.
C. V. R.
QdUL^jJM
HOY !
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