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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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN WBgPl!NDlN^^|JB^^lLT VEWSPAF1
Panama Amcricati
"Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTX-SIXTH SEAR
PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY. APRIL Z, 1951
FIVE CENTS
China Reds Reported Massing
For Human Sea' Ground Push
Alleged Thief
Killed In Arraijn
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IN THE LIMELIGHT. As the news of the Academy Award
winners reaches a New York night club, the two top winners
hug each other while an also-ran excitedly jumps for Joy.
Judy Holllday deft and Jose Ferrer took the top acting Os-
cars. Gloria Swanson 'right) doesn't seem downcast by her
loss. Miss Holliday won for "Born Yesterday," and Ferrer
acted the title role In "Cyrano de Bergerac."
Manuel Armando Gonz a 1 e z
was shot to death last night by
Manuel Ballls. whose Arraljan
home he was allegedly attempt-
ing to rob. The dead man was
shot twice.
Ballls told a Panama Ameri-
can reporter that he won some
money on the lottery and his
good luck stayed with him at
the cock-fights during the after-
noon, where he won again.
Soon after arriving home, with
his .45 caliber pistol stuck In his
waistband, a black car drove up.
IN THE FAMILY. Mrs. Elizabeth Moos (right), one-time
mother-in-law of convicted perjurer William Remington,
leaves the U. 8. Attorney's office In New York to be arraign-
ed in Federal Court. She was arrested, as she arrived from
Franee, on charges of failing to register as a foreign agent.
With her is a U. S. Marshal, Mrs. Mae Maher.
IN SHIP DEAL Retired
Fleet Adm. William F. (Bull
Halsey was revealed as one of
the stockholders of the high-
ly-profitable surplus ship
company organised by for-
mer Rep. Joseph E. Casey of
Massachusetts. Halsey had
already retired when the
controversial deal was begun.
6-State Textile
Strike Halts
Defense Orders
GREENSBORO, N.C., April 2
(UP) -- A strike by 45,000 CIO
textile workers colsed down cot-
ton and rayon mills in six south-
ern states today and halted work
on many defense orders.
The workers are demanding,
among other things, a wage scale
comparable to that paid in
northern mills. The present
southern minimum Is $1.01 >/2
.hourly compared to $1.14ya In
'northern mills.
The union also wants a pen-
sion plan, plus a cost of living
escalator clause providing for'an
Increase of one cent hourly every
time the cost of living goes up
1.14 points.
The, textile Industry has offer-
ed an immediate increase of two
cents an hour, with another two
cents pending the approval of
the Wage Stabilization Board.
Driver Bound Over
In West Bank (rash
Thai Injured Nine
Probable cause on a charge of
driving while intoxicated and
causing bodily injury was found
this morning in Balboa Magis-
trate's Court against Robert M.
Hoffman, 25. Navy enlisted man.
Hoffman was the driver of a
Mercury which, the evening of
Mar. 25, collided with a Stude-
baker coach, carrying two fami-
lies. The coach was shoved off
Bruja Road, near the intersec-
tion to Rousseau. It burst into
flames and was gutted.
The Studebaker was owned by
Paul H. Reynolds and Was being
driven by his brother-in-law,
police officer A. L. Biystone Nine
persons, including five children,
were hurt.
The government introduced
several witnesses including che-
mist John McLavy. who testified
that Hoffman's blood alcohol
count was .18 per cent. Other wit-
nesses included R. H. Wleranga.
also a Navy man. who was riding
with Hoffman and who appear-
ed in court with his right arm In
a sling, and police officers who
Investigated the accident.
Wleranga said that earlier in
the day Hoffman had been work-
ing as bartender at the "White
Hats" Club at Fort Amador, that
he saw him drink several glasses
of beer during the afternoon and
that they had two beers together
before they left for the West
Bank. Wleranga was asleep when
the accident occurred.
Hoffman, represented by At-
torney Woodrow de Castro, was
released in custody of Navy au-
thorities pending trial in the Dis-
trict Court.
Invasion Of The Admin.?
Nope, Just The ROTC
Residents of Balboa and
Balboa Heights who hear
shots being fired on Wed-
nesday during the hours 8 to
9 a.m.; 11 to 12 and from 1
to 2 p.m., need not be alarm-
ed. The Junior ROTC unit of
Balboa High School will be
holding classes in the vici-
nity of the Administration
Building and wiU fire blank
ammunition. Not more than
six rounds per class will be
fired.
The Lady was blood-thirsty
Teenagers Confess Stripping,
Shooting Two After Robbery
SALINAS, Calif. April 2 (UP) He was robbed of $41 and a wrist
I A blood-thirsty teen-aged girl watch,
nd two male companions con- Mildred Campbell, 19. her hus-
essed tody that they stripped band David. 20, of Watsonville,
lude two robbery victims, told Cailf. and Dane F. Kellog were
hem to "run for it" and then held on $20.000 bond in Monte-
Parker, of Taft. Calif., who
was en route to see his mother
at Rlchland, Calif., said he was
awakened by the trio as he slept
in his car along the Salinas-
Monterey highway. He said Mrs.
hot them In the backs. rey County Jail of suspicion of Campbell ordered' him to strip.
The men said it was the girl's deadly assault and kidnaping. He then was slugged and trans-
dea to make the Victims strip Sheriff's deputies were ques- ferred Into the trio's car and n
ff all clothing andtoen run for tloning the trio to, see if there driven a short distance down the p*'tgtmv Elaennowers At'*ntlc m local shipping circles. He has
Five men got out of the auto-
mobile, Ballls said. His wife and
a 70-year-old man were present.
He added that his children were
asleep.
The five men told Ballls that
they were sent by a "Mr. Alva-
rado" to collect the winnings.
He said that one of the five men
threatened him with a dagger
which cut him slightly on the
chest.
He then told his assailant
Gonzalez that he had the
money burled at the back of his
home. Ballls and the man with
the dagger left the others and
went behind the house where,
according to Ballis, he shoved
Gonzalez who tripped and fell.
When Gonzalez got up he at-
tacked Ballis with the dagger,
the latter said. Ballls said he
shot the attacker twice. One
bullet struck him in the chest
and the other in the right eye.
He fell dead on the spot.
The other four then came be-
hind the house to Inquire about
their companion, but when they
saw Ballis brandishing the gun
they, rushed back to the auto-
mobile and fled.
Ballls then went immediately
to the Secret Police Headquar-
ters and surrendered the gun.
He also made a statement about
the killing.
Ballis is well-known in Pana-
ma City. Recently he has beeh
working with the Tax Bureau of
Arraljan. During other Govern-
ment administrations he was a
member of the Secret Police.
Ballls also said that he and
his wile can identify -the other
four1 member of the group that
accosted him. Meanwhile, the
police are Investigating the case.
TOKYO, April 2 (UP) All signs point to an im-
pending Chinese attempt to break through the United Na-
tions lines on the central Korean front with a "human
sea" offensive of screaming foot soldiers such as rolled the
8th Army back 60 miles last New Year.
More than 2,300 Communist vehicles were spotted
from the air last night moving up supplies and reinforce-
ments. This was the heaviest Communist traffic reported
in the war.
General Douglas MacArthur warned in his daily com-
munique that the majority of these vehicles delivered their
cargoes to the Chorwon-Kumhwa-Hawchon triangle, just
north of the 38th parallel on the central front.
The Chinese are reported to
have 40 to 45 divisions more
than 800,000 men massed in-
that triangle for the assault.
Latest published total of Unit-
wooden, pontoon-supported, by-
pass bridge at Kanggye, a 750
ft railroad bridge at Pyorharl,
a similar structure six miles
northeast of Koindong. the 530
ed Nations manpower in Korea, i ft. Hulchon railroad bridge and
some weeks ago, was 160,000.
Tactical aircraft of the Fifth
Air Force had hit 70 Communist
vehicles by noon today. Mus-
tangs Included a convoy of gaso-
line tanks in their truck busting
activities west of 81ngye.
Shooting Stars struck at Com-
munist rail traffic in the Sun-
chon-HwangJu-Slnanju sector
and destroyed or damaged two
locomotives and more than 40
rail cars.
Mustangs also claim to have
destroyed a Communist supply
dump at Slnmak and a fuel
dump at Chorwon.
Shooting Stars damaged a
tunnel near Sunchon and an-
other, with a locomotive in it,
northeast of Pakchon.
Land' based Marine Corsairs
a 500 ft. concrete roadbed struc-
ture 10 miles southwest of Hul-
chon.
Aircraft commanders reported
they encountered no anti-air-
craft fire and saw no Red fight-
ers.
Tank tipped United States pa-
trols for the third straight day
shot their way north of the 38th
parallel through Com m u n i s t
rearguards. One penetration,
northeast of Seoul, was two
miles.
On the East Coast the South
Korean Capital Division which
crossed the old frontier in force
last week sent patrols roaming
12 miles north of the, parallel.
Only on the central front are
Iron Curtain Lined
With Mines, Guarda
By WALTER G. RUNDI.E
FRANKFURT, April 2, (UP) _
Russia maintains a very real Iron
Curtain of minefields, barbed
wire, guard towers and Russian
and satellite troops along Hi o
frontier between East and West
Europe.
The nature and extent of ^his
barrier have been described in
detail by fugitives who have
reached sanctuary in the West
and Bearcat? closed a tunnel' the Chinese Reds fighting hard
near Pyongyang with bombs and
rockets.
Clearing weather over North
Korea allowed 20 Superforts to
make visual daylight attacks on
five strategic railroad targets.
They dropped 120 tons of
bombs.
The targets included a 400 ft.
Red-headed Rita Hayworth to-
day denied that she has parted
from her husband Prince All
Khan, but in the next breath
said she had "no idea when we
will get together again."
Miss Hayworth arrived here
aboard the French liner Degrasse
after a two and one half year
Boycott Closes
2nd Argentine
Opposition Daily
CORDOBA. Argentina. April 2
(UP)Another Argentine news-
paper has been forced to sus-
pend publication following a
boycott by the pro-Government
Newsvendors' Union.
The Cordoba morning paper
La Voz del Interior, organ of the
opposition Radical Party, sus-
pended publication with its Sun-
day edition.
Since the boycott started Mar.
13 a limited edition was printed
for employes, the paper's files
and counter sales. Publication
was ssupended altogether after
pickets allegedly attacked oeople
entering or leaving the office.
Rifa, In NY, Denies Leaving
AlyButShe Isn't Convincing
NEW YORK, April 2 (UP) absence from the United States.
She said there is absolutely no
truth to reports that she and her
fabulously wealthy Moslem hus-
band have drifted apart.
She last talked to him by tele-
phone from Paris to Beirut, A-
frica. Just before she left France.
Asked what they had talked
about she said: "That's person-
al."
Asked "How personal?" she
said: "Much, much too person-
al."
Rita said she had no plans to
make a movie. She Intended to
stay in New York indefinitely.
She brought her two children,
Rebecca, 6, and Yasmlne, 15
months. She said she brought
the children along "because we
were separated for four months
while I was on tour In Africa
and I wanted them with me."
She said All Khan had made
no objection to his baby daugh-
ter Yasmlne accompanying her
mother.
to keep the 8th army awav from
the parallel, Chinese entrenched
on high ground north of Chun-
chon aU but stalled the Allies
three to five miles south of the
former boundary.
Roads and trails leading to
the frontier have been heavi-
ly mined by the Reds.
Some of the mines consist of
crude TNT charges packed in
large earthenware jars and
hastily planted in the roads.
On the Western front Allied
forces moved on to shell pock-
ed ridges Just south of the
parallel without opposition, in
some Instances taking over wea-
therbeaten emplacements orig-
inally prepared by the South
Koreans when the Communist
invasion was launched last June
2s.
Woman Injured
In Tivoli Avenue
Scuffle With Thief
An American woman employe
of the Commissary Division was
pushed Into the side of a moving
car about 9:15 a.m. today while
she struggled with a purse
snatcher in the middle of Tivoli
Avenue.
The woman, Mrs. Jean Norrls
Smith, fell, suffering lacerations
and contusions which were
treated by Dr. O. C. Irion of the
Ancon dispensary.
Zone police said that she was
crossing the avenue, on the bor-
der between Panama and the
Canal Zone, from the Panama
side and in the direction of the
Ancon Masonic Temple. A young
Panamanian youth, later identi-
fied as Ricaurte de Leon, 17,
came up from behind her and
grabbed small black purse
which she was carrying.
Mrs. Smith held onto the bag
and In the ensuing scuffle she
was thrown into the path of the
car, an official Panamanian ve-
hicles. As she spun around, she
dropped the purse which tne
boy scooped up from the street.
He ran into Panama but was
captured a few minutes later
and turned over to Canal Zone
police.
The purse and Its contents,
minus $13 in currency, was re-
covered.
after risking their lives to crow
the tightly guarded frontiers.
They have told of others less for-
tunate who died in the attempt.
The minefields, guard towers
and barbed wire are designed to
prevent the unhappy citizens of
the People's Democracies from
escaping their Communist paii-
dlse.
Western sources report the So-
viet barricade has slowed but far
from stopped the stream of disil-
lusioned, frightened and politi-
cally opposed men and women
who by the thousands risk guns
and mines to get their freedom in
the West.
Ex-Czech ambassador to the
United States Dr. Juraj Slavlk
said In Washington that 300 non -
Communist Czechs a month still
manage to escape to Austria and
Germany compared to 15!)
monthly before the frontiers
were tightened.
New minefields have been
planted by the Soviets along the
Hungarian-Austrian frontier .mi
In the Moravian section of the
Czech-Austrian border ti.e
most used escape routes and ih*
best guarded outside the fron-
tiers of Russia itself.
Elsewhere Soviet troops, satel-
lite police, guard towers and
barbed wire stand across the
open plains of Poland and the
Baltic States to bar the path til
freedom.
The minefields are usually a 30
foot wide strip, plowed clean and
harrowed. Mines are planted
wltn upright strips, or with con-
necting wires which crlss cross
the ground and detonat the
mines when touched by ruglttves
seeking to escape under cover of
darkness.
Well... ?
The owner of the peach-
colored girdle, sise about 3,
who shed it at the police pis-
tol range Saturday may have
same by calling it the Bal-
boa police station. No ques-
tions asked.
Canal Invaders7 Move Up Again
In Phase 2 Of 'Operation Chepo7
Fruiter thirty..'
Resumes Service
From New Orleans
Senate Throws Out
Effort To Ban
Youths For Europe
WASHINGTON, Api 2 (UP).
The Senate today defeated by
the overwhelming vote of 62 to
27 an attempt to ban the
dispatch of American youths un-
der the age of 20 to General
CRISTOBAL, Apr. 2 Resum-
ing passenger service to New
Orleans, suspended last Apr. 5 on
i her last trip, the United Fruit
Company's Chlrlqui docked here
at 0 a.m. today.
She had aboard four passengers
. for the Isthmus and 20 In tran-
sit, 940 tons of general and chill-
ed cargo for the Isthmus and
, 893 sacks of mall to be discharg-
ed here.
Master of the Chlrlqui Is Capt.
George A. McBrlde, well-known
They refused to ay who flr-
d the shots.
Parker said he was pulled from
the auto and told to run for It.
As he headed for a cornfield,
three bullets ripped through his
were any other victims of their road,
shooting spree.
Smith told police he was hitch-
One, victim. 24-year-old Fre- hiking ot Los Angeles and the
Tick Smith, found 11 hours af- Campbells and Kellog gave him
r he was shot, was in fair con- a ride. They drove a short dis-
lllton with a bullet wound In his tance, he said, and then stopped body" and he dropped. He was
pinal column that paralyzed the car. Mrs. Campbell then or- able to crawl back to his aban-
lim from the waist down. He was dered him to strip off his clothes doned car where he was found
obbed of only 15 ttnts. and "run for it." slumped on the running board by
After taking a few strides, he two motorists.
The other victim, 22-year-old said, he was cut down by a but-
>onald Parker, who was kidnap- let and tumbled 200 feet down Both Smith and Parker were
ed as he slept in Ms car along an embankment. It, was 11 hours taken to Monterey Hospital. They
roadside, was In critical con- before some children at play Identified the Campbells and
Itlon with two bullet wounds In heard his cries and summoned Kellog as their assailants from
pie chest and one in the thigh, help, their hospital beds.
Pact army.
Senator Frances Case, R., S.
Dark., proposing the ban, had
said the Atlantic Pact army
should not be another Children's
Crusade.
French Fifht Off Big
Red Push In Indochina
SAIGON. April 2 (UPl.The
French today announced a ma-
jor victory over Viet Minh Com-
munist forces trying to break
through French defenses north-
east of the key seaport of Hai-
phong in north Indochina.
served as master of a number of
United Fruit ships, including the
Santa Marta.
Arrival of the Chlrlqui today
Inaugurated resumption of pas-
senger sailings to and from New
Orleans. Under her present sche-
dule the newly modernized Chl-
rlqui is due here alternate Mon-
days, sailing at 1 a.m. the fol-
lowing day for New Orleans, via
Puerto Barrios. Guatemala.
Plans are being made for shore
excursions for tourist passengers
on the ship, these plans includ-
ing a trip across the Isthmus
with luncheon at El Rancho.
PACORA AREA, Apr. 2 Late
this morning Aggressor Forces,
mythical Invading forces pre-
sumed to have landed on the
Isthmus in the U.S. Army Carib-
bean Operation Chepo, Phase 2,
were still holding high ground
several hundred yards east of the
Tartare River Bridge on the Na-
tional highway.
The U.S. Forces, however, were
maneuvering In the vicinity of
the bridge, attempting to set up
a major assault on this coveted
ground.
Patrols of the opposing forces
met shortly before 7 a.m. near
the road junction, north of Di-
rector's headquarters, beyond
which the Aggressor was not al-
lowed to go. He withdrew rapidly
as the patrols contacted and at-
tempted to blow the Tartare
Bridge after crossing it, but was
frustrated by the presence of a
U.S. Machine Gun Squad and
Bazooka Team, which knocked
out his vehicle and "killed" one
of the demolition men.
Late 8unday, on the eve of the
battle. Aggressor staged a color-
ful display of defiance with a full
dress retreat parade on a "cap-
tured" air strip deep In the jun-
gle. Their vivid green uniforms
and red caps made a striking pic-
ture, In the formal ceremony. Led
by Major Myron T. Johnston as
Troop Commander, the forma-
tion was reviewed by Lt. Col. Les-
lie R. Wllcox, who commands Ag-
gressor Forces.
There was no statement of the
number of men Involved, though
the entire exercise Includes about
2.000 men and Aggressor Is said
to have slightly less than one-
half these men. The parade was
sparked by the 71st Army Band
and Included a platoon of Engi-
neer Combat Troops, attached to
the Aggressor.
During Phase No. 1 of the cur-
rent exercises, the Aggressor
forces were presumed to have
landed on the coast not far from
Pacora and to have moved Inland
In an attempt to stage a hit-
and-run raid on the Canal.
Troops from the Canal Zone were
moved out to Intercept them and
drive them back Into the sea, if
possible.
In Phase No. 1, the Aggressors
were forced back several miles.
Present Indications, from reports
from the front, are that thej
have regrouped and are at-
tempting to push on toward th
Canal. They apparently are at-
tempting to move forward in-
stead of trying to hold previously
gained ground, as In the exercise
two weeks ago.
THE AGGRESSOR BANNER, marked by a triangle. Is carried
here by a standard bearer for troops who are assumed to
have made a successful landing on the Panam coast and
today were attempting to reach the Canal Zone for a hit-
and-run raid on the Canal. The bright green uniforms and
scarlet caps, together with the triangular Insignia, were on
display at a retreat parade yesterday afternoon at a "calf
tured" air strip near Pacora. (U.S. Army Photo)


PACK TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, Af H. 2, 1WI
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrive
New Orleans Service_____________ Cri,t6bal
8.8. Chlrlqnl ...................................*J!{! I
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................*u tfi
8.8. Chiriqui ...................................*P[ '
S.S. Levers Bend ..............................Aprils
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Arrive
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S.S. Cape Cod......................l...........*gH 1
8.8. Cape Cumberland .........................*J| .'
S.8. Cape Ann .................................aSril 24
S.S. Cape Avlnof ..............................*""' Z4
Freight Silling Weekly from Havana lo Cristobal
Weekly Sailings to New York Ug Angel.. aUMldM Seattle
Occasional Sailing., to New Orleans and Mian,
(The Steamer. In this .ervlc are llmlled to Iwelv. pawng.fl)
frequent Freight Sailing, from Cristobal to Weal Coaat Central America
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Cristbal to New Orleans via Crit6bal
Puerto Barrios, Ouatemala Midnight
S.S. chiriqui (Passenger Service Only)........5- i
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By HELEN FISHER
GIRL WITH A SWIRL in double amputee Lelia West, demon-
strating her dancint ability in her studio. With two artificial
legs she is an e> pert dancer and also plays golf and tennis.
NEW YORK i NEA) Leila
West Is a very lovely girl with
rich blue eyes, a neat figure and
a soft Tennessee drawl. And
there wa a time she wished she
was dead.
"I don't like to talk about that
time," she says. "It's as if I were
talking about a different person.
But------"
Leila West was born with her
legs crushed. They were so badly
deformed that the soles of her
feet were twisted, around and
faced upward. Her legs were so
ahort that when she was fully
grown *he stood Just a few inches
over four feet.
But she learned to walk, af-
ter a fashion. Of course, her
childhood wasn't pleasant. Play
with other children was out of
the question. Doctors said they
were aorry. but nothing could
*> done.
8he went into a shell. She
found refuge in books, but not
too much refuge. For years, she
refused to look in a mirrorshe
didn't want to see what she knew
It would show. 8he did all her
shopDlng bv mall. She wore only
cut-down slacks, no dresses. 8hc
didn't have much to live for.
One day, when she was in Cali-
fornia studying music, a child
pointed to her In the street
"Look, mother." said the child,
"there's a midget!''
for Leila West, that did it. She
decided she had to do something.
so that nobody could ever call
her a midget again. At first, she,
desperately thought of strapping
wooden blocks on the bottom of
her pitiful legs. Then a nurse
said she should have them am-
putated and get artificial ones. .
8he did. And the real Lelia
West came to Ufe. In the first;
glory of her new mobility, she en-!
rolled in courses for dancing.
walking, posture and everything i
she'd ever dreamed of doing.
It took her a long time to mas-
|M the art of walking on two;
I artificial limbs. She continually
made adjustments and improve-
I ments In her legs, until she could
I do almost everything. She ran
; for busses, became a dancing
teacher, played golf and tennis
and nobody could tell.
She held down different Jobs,
but gradually an idea formed.
< People who'd had artificial legs
I for years and could barely get
around on them came to her for
help. She taught them how to
adjust the limbs and how to use
them properly. She decided to
make such work her career.
With the help of wealthy John
Hay Whitney, she set up a 'stu-
dio-workshop for balance and co-
ordination." It's a small place.
. One room, the studio, has a set of
practice stairs, practice hand-
rails for walking, and a special
couch for practice sitting and
rising. And there is a workshop
where a limb-maker makes and
adjusts artificial legs.
Her clients are people from
three to 70. She guides them to
perfection In living on one or two
artificial legs. Sometimes tight-
ening a bolt, or bringing the leg
closer to the stump, or some oth-
pr simple adjustment will be of
help. Occasionally, a new limb
must be made.
Lelia West' helps them to walk
and run and dance. She counsels
them on things like what shoes
to buy. which is something she
learned through experience. For
women, it seems, pumps are too
heavy.l She herself bought 12
pairs of wrong shoes when she
first got her legs.
BELORADE, Apr. 2 (UP)Ten
years ago the Yugoslav people
overthrew a would-be Quisling
movement and electrified the
world by their heroic though
hopeless resistance to Nazi Inva-
sion at the high tide of Hitler s
power.
Yugoslav commentators, recall-
ing that brief moment of na-
tional glory, are grimly remind-
ing their people that they are
again threatened by totalitarian
Invasion, and might soon have to
display the same heroism again.
A weekly National Front news-
paper says the spirit of March,
1941, is now more alive than ever
before. "Adventurers endanger-
ing peace in the world and in the
Balkans should not forget Hit-
ler's fate."
The events of a decade ago
were precipitated by the Yugo-
slav Government's sudden ac-
cession to an Axis pact Mar. 25 in
Berlin. This move turned out to
be highly unpopular all over Yu-
goslavia. .
Premier Draglsa Cvetkovlc had
hardly returned to Belgrade from
signing the pact in Berlin when
a group of high army officers
swung into action.
During the night of Mar. 28
and the early morning of Mar. 27
they filled the city with tanks
and soldiers, seized all public
buildings, hustled the entire
Cabinet from bed to Internment
at General Staff Headquarters,
hauled the Regent. Prince Paul,
off his special train at Zagreb
and escorted him out of the couh-
try, and proclaimed 17-year-old
Peter as King.
By the evening of Mar. 27 they
announced a new all-party gov-
ernment. It did not last long.
Early on Easter Sunday, April
6, German planes suddenly roar-
ed through the spring sunshine
and cascaded bombs on Belgrade
an open cityas Nazi troops
poured across the frontiers.
A week later the members of
the new government climbed
aboard British planes in Monte-
negro and fled Into exile, while
their representatives were for-
lornly signing an act of capitu-
lation to the Germans at Saraje-
vo.
Most of them are still aboard.
Though their resistance to the
Germans Is applauded here their
conservative politics ar enot so
popular with the Communist re-
gime.
Communist commentators de-
scribe Mar. 27. 1941 as the start-
ing point of the revolution which
led to the present day Peoples
Republic. They make no attempt
to claim credit for It themselves,
but omit mention of their sur-
prise and confusion at the time.
The Communists, then a small
illegal party, were caught still
following the Moscow line of op-
posing the "Imperialist War."
The coup d'etat and subsequent
Nazi Invasion Jolted them and
Moscow into a quick shift which
eventually led to the organiza-
tion of Marshall Tito's partisans.
and the liberation of Yugoslavia
four years later.
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amputees, are a Droblem. Skirts
have to be loose The "new look"
was a break for them, as the long
skirts hid the mechanism around
the knee. Men have no problems
of this sort.
She says she's yet to meet an
amputee client she couldn't help.
6he's a pretty good object lesson
ol her own ability.
This New Amazing
Cough Mixture Comes
From Blizzardly
Cold Canada
Compounded from Pine Bolsem. Menthol. Glycarine. Irish
Mom ond othei splendid ingredients.
Buckler* Conodlol Mixtura H dlHer-
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o reospoonful. let it He on your tongue
a moment then fwollow slowly
leel its powertul eHectlve action
spreod through throot. heoo and
bronchloi tubas, Coughing sposm
ceases or right owoy It storts tc
loosen up thick choking phlegm ond
open up clogged bronchial tubas
Now you'" know why over 30 mil
lion bottle* of Buckley's hova beer-
told In cold, wintry Conodo.
Your own druggist hos this grao'
Conodian discovery.
'What has happened to Gener-
ous George?" asks a Bridgeport
fan. Did he rib an opponent
once too often or has his gener-
osity dried up?"
George is still operating on the
same expansive scale. His latest
exploit Is shown In today's hand.
West opened the queen of
hearts, holding the trick. Souih
was Generous Geprge, but he did
not sa gllord at thtojphit be-
causeTTWvas afralrTJffiat "
would shift to .diamonds.
dlamorWshlft^ro nJeeffe
so he continued with the Jack of
hearts, and George beamed as he
played a low heart from the dum-
my and ruffed in his own hand.
George next laid down the ace
of trumps, followed by the ace of
clubs and a club ruff. He returned
to his hand by ruffing a low
heart; since there was a possi-
bility that the ace of hearts
would drop. When It didn't drop,
George ruffed his last club in
dummy and returned the kin* of
hearts.
East naturally played the ace
of hearts, whereupon George
cleared his throat and made a
little speech of congratulation
There's nobody I'd like to see
win this trick more than jrou,"
said George, truthfully enough.
And he discarded a diamond In-
stead of ruffing.
East glowered, but there was
nothing he could do. If he return-
ed a diamond, dummy's king
would win a trick. If he returned
anything else, dummy would rufi
while South discarded a diamond
loser.
As usual, George lost nothing
by his generosity. If he had ruffd
the fourth round of hearts, he
would have been obliged to lead
diamonds himself. Then he would
have lost three diamond tricks u
addition to the heart that he had
lost at the beginning of the play


MONDAY, APRIL t. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
US 2 Years Away From Top StrengthWilson
But Defense Head Says
Production Now Rolling
WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP) Defense Mobilizer
Charles E. Wilson said yesterday that it will take another
24 months of sacrifice and production before the United
States is armed and ready for war or peace.
In his first quarterly report to President Truman, he
warned that the nation still is a long way from the mili-
tary might it needs.
He said the heaviest civilian
shortages He ahead: a controlled
materials plan for rationing
scarce metals to Industry will be
Imposed In July: living standards
are going down and taxes up in
the coming year, and Inflation Is
still the number one enemy that
could wreck the whole prepared-
ness program.
But Wilson reassured Mr. Tru-
man and the public that produc-
tion of bigger and better arms,
from bullets to guided missiles,
Is beginning to roll. The United
States, he said, Is "measurably
safer" than It was before Korea.
In another year, we and our al-
lies will have achieved "formid-
able strength."
"Two years from now." he add-
ed, "we should have military and
economic strength sufficient to
give us reasonable safety against
ag"""-sion."
Unless war or uncontrolled
Inflation break loose before
then, he said, this country, by
1953. will be able to maintain
a S5fl,900,000,000 military pro-
gram on top of a civilian econ-
omy more abundant than it en-
jnvrd before Korea.
He predicted that consumer
shortaces will begin to ease off
In another year, barring war, and
that controls probably can be re-
moved in 1950.
Wilson emphasized repeatedlv
throughout his 43-pp that controlling inflation Is go-
In^ to be a tougher Job than pet-
ting production. He appealed to
labor, businessmen, farmers and
consumers for a "subordination
of selfish ends to the common
welfare."
"The nation demands, and
must be given, the same degree
of support by Its citizens now, in
a period of peace, that It would
receive in a war," he said. "The
time-; are no-less cha'len Wilson said another 3,000,000 or
4.000.000 workers will have to be
brought Into the labor force,
largelv by recruiting women and
handicapped persons. But he
promised that there will be no
mandatory labor controls and
that every effort will be made to
avoid migration of workers to
new nroductlon centers.
Other highlights of his re-
port included:
1. Orders for more than $23,-
000,000,000 of military "hard-
ware"" have been placed since
Korea and are. now going out at
the rate of nearly $1,000,000,000 a
week. Arms production has hit
$2,000,000,000 a month and will
just about double by the end of
this year.
2. World War II planes, tanks
and other weapons are outmod-
ed. The new program Is produc-
lne new and better arms devel-
oped in the Dast five years. The
guided missile "Is reaching the
production stapre and. before long,
will take its place as one of the
most lmnortant of our modern
weapons."
3. The long-range mobilization
goal is to expand the nations1
productive caDaclty 15 per cent
above Its present $300,000,000,000-
a-year level to $345,000,000,000 In
the next three vears. Production
already has risen 10 per cent
since the first quarter of 1950.
4. Aluminum capacity has risen
from 750,000 to 800,000 tons a year
since Korea and should reach
1,300.000 tons by 1953. Synthetic
rubber output' will hit 950.000
tons a year by next July. Steel is
scarce and getting scarcer, but
capacity is now 105,000,000 tons
a year, compared with a World
War II peak of 95.000.000 tons,
and will hit 117,000,000 tons by
early 1953. Coal reserves are am-
ple, and more oil and electric
Dower are needed, both of which
will drain off steel supolles.
5. The 1951 farm goal is for an
overall production three per cent
higher than the record 1949 crop.
The new targets Include 16,000,-
000 bales of cottona 60 per cent
rise over 1950 and a 22 per cent
Increase in vegetable crops for
canning and quick-freezing.
6. More than 1,000,000 tons of
mititary equipment have been
delivered to our non-Communist
allies abroad since March. 1950,
in addition to aircraft and war-
ships. Deliveries include 3,500
tanks and combat vehicles, 750
aircraft, and 3,000 major pieces
of artillery. Some 30 to 40 freight-
ers are In continuous use haul-
ing arms overseas.
7. Friendly nations are dellv^
ering "increasing quantities" of
strategic materials to the United
States, including uranium, man-
ganese, natural rubber, chrome,
cobalt, nickel and tin.
WELCOMING COMMITTEE. J.G.A few Korean women and a child turn out to welcome
the 1st Cavalry GIs Into the outskirts of Chun chon. eight miles south of the 38th Parallel.
________________ (Photo by NEA-A"ine staff photographer Bert Ashworth.i
24 Children Aren't Enough Work
For Mrs. Clarke, One-Woman USO
* *
War Plants Soon Will Start
Turning Out Guided Missiles
WASHINGTON. April 2 (UP)
Defense Mobilizer Charles E. Wil-
son said that war plants soon
will start producing guided mis-
siles that will take their place as
"one of the most important of
our modern weapons."
In his report to Truman, he
said the Armed services have or-
dered $23,000.000,000 worth of
planes, tanks, ships and guns
since the Korean War all of
them new weapons or Improved
World War II types.
He also reported that atomic-
powered submarines and air-
craft still arfe In the research
and development stage, as are
atomic shells which can be fir-
ed by conventional artillery, ato-
mic warheads and rockets of far
greater range and acurracy than
new exist.
Wilson gave this breakdown on
weapons production:
Planes The Air Force is de-
veloping planes superior to the
Jet-powered F-84 and F-86, the
latest types now in use In Korea.
The jet B-47 bomber Is In mass
production.
Tanks New tanks are 60 per
cent more powerful and 50 per
cent faster than their World War
II predecessors.
Anti-Tank WeaponsSome of
the "most sensational develop-
ments" in ground equipment
have been in this field. The new
3.5-inch rocket launcher, the
modern version of the World
War II bazooka, has proven
" a m a z ingly effective against
Russian-built medium tanks In
Korea."
GunsThe 105 mm. recollless
rifle, mounted on a Jeep, can fire
10 aimed shots a minute and has
a range of 8,500 yards. The World
War II 40 mm. anti-aircraft gun
is being replaced by the 75 mm.
skysweeper.
Naval Aircraft Fighters now
being built are mostly Jet-pro-
pelled, carrier-based bombers
capable of handling the atomic
bomb have been developed.
Surface Vessels Fire control
equipment and detection devices
are 10 times as effective as those
used In the last war. New cons-
truction will place emphasis on
ships designed for anti-subma-
rine warfare and the conversion
of carriers to handle faster and
heavier aircraft. New high-speed
torpedoes carry a "very real
threat to any known submarine."
By NEA Service
THURMONT. Md. (NEAI To
Mrs. Charles Clarke, ten bushes
of wash is an average family
laundry day. That's because she's
the mother of 24 children.
But raising two dozen young-
sters isn't enough for the woman
hundreds of servicemen know as
"Mother Clarke." The Clarkes
run a sprawling restaurant and
grocery here, which has come to
be an unofficial servicemen's
club She's the guiding spirit.
At 56. Mrs. Clarke still does u
big day's work. She starts pack-
ing school lunch palls for her
half-dozen school-age offspring
at 4:30 a.m. Then comes an as-
sembly-line breakfast, that day's
Installment of washing and iron-
ing, a few chores around the
farm and a stint at the restau-
rant. All this, of course, surroun-
ded by children of all-ages.
It was at the roadside stand-
part of the establishmentthat
Mrs. Clarke began her career as
a one-woman USO. Hundreds of
soldiers on maneuvers or bound
for the Indlantown Gap. Pa.,
Port of Embarkation were warm-
ed by her hospitality. A soldier's
money was no good at her stand.
She took sandwiches and cof-
fee to GIs doing patrol duty at
the highway crossroads. She
wrote letters to boys overseas
who had written to thank her tor
hef kindness. And she still makes
regular visits to veterans hospi-
tals, bringing ba&s of candy and
cigarettes.
Besides all those chores and I
pleasures. Mrs. Clarke Is a regu-'.
lar and devoted blood donor. Ev-
ery two months, she offers her I
blood at a Red Cross blood cen- ;
ter. She's given 28 pints.
REWARD FOR "MOTHER CLARKE:" Cpl. Jack Mar Donald.
IS, of Seneca, 8. C, a double ai...nitre, pins a three-gallon
emblem on Mrs. Charles Clarke of Thurmont, Md.. at Walter
Reed Hospital. Washington, after her 28th blood donation.
Mrs. Clarke, 56, Is the mother of 24 children. In background
____ is Mrs. Molly Jones, Red Cross volunteer staff aide.
Johnson Reports
Inferior Survey
Quite Successful
F.
his
. R. Johnson cut short
She was her county's first blooavisu m ltae v,esH;rn provinces ot
donor during World War II and;raiiuma, where procurement
her neighborhood's champion. I possioilnles are being investifcat-
When the blood center at Fred- eU Dy representative* of the Oa-
erlck. Md.. was closed at the end Inal-Kaliioad organization and
of the war, she began twice- |tne Panama Ministry of Agilcui-
monthly 78-mile pilgrimages to.mre, to return to tne Canal Zone
a Baltimore hospital to make her 110 assume the duties oi
There was a young fellow named Boris
Who tried to buy floors from a Florist.
His wife. Chloris got wise
(Read Panama American Classlfledsi
And now Boris sends roses to Chloris I
contributions.
Now she has a personal reason
for maintaining her record. One
of her sons is serving on the USS
Mobile In Korean waters, another
Is In training at a Texas air base,
and two more are 1-A on the
draft list.
"Any one of them could nee.l
blood' sometime." says Mother
Clarke, "but I pray God not!"
i
Police Lie Defector
Shields Innocenf
OKLAHOMA CITY. Apr. 2 (UP.
-O K. Blvins. director of the Ok-
lahoma crime bureau, figures the
$1.250 he paid for a lie-detector
'ast year was well spent.
He said the machine has help-
ed his bureau clear 26 of 37 per-
sons tested of any connection
with the crime Involved.
"We had a Negro hotel maid
charged with stealing Jewels
worth $1,700 from a guest." Bev-
lns said. "It looked as though shr
were guilty but the lie-deteoinr
-howed she was telling the truth
when she denied knowing iny-
thini; about the theft and we
turned her loose.
"A little later, the owner ?ame
in and told us she had found the
Jewels. She had hidden them and
forgotten the hiding place."
He said the lie detector also
had helped get a confession !mm
a man who steadfastly denied
killing his wife until shown ie>
suits of the lie test.
MIDWIVES COME FIRST
auppi>
and service Director in tne ud-
oeiice of L. B. Moore.
Moore lelt Sunday night for
Washington and Johnson re-
turned Sunday from David,
wnere he lelt two members oi
the investigating party, Major
B. N. Following, Veterinary ao-
vlsor to the Ministry of Agricul-
ture, and Dr. C. C. Clay, Man-
ager of M&nai Dairy.
Tne trip into the interior pro-
vintse was quite successlul, ac-
cording to Johnson, and the re-
sults of the Investigations will
serve as the basis for further
studies within the Canal-Rail-
road organization concerning ln-
cieasea purcnases ol local pro-
ducts.
Menalco Soils, of the Ministry
of Agriculture, returned to Pa-
nama City last week after ac-
compaylng the inve s 11 g at 1 o n
party on the first leg of their
trip which included visits at San
Carlos, Anton, Aguadulce and
Divisa.
Johnson's trip also included
btop at Santiago, Sona, Reme-
dios, David ano Kl Volcan.
Dr. Clay and Major Foiling
will continue the Investigations,
visiting in David, Boquete, Con-
cepcin, Chltre, Las Tablas, Pese
and El Valle before their return
about April 7.
Under special study by the In-
vestigators were such local pro- j
ducts as beef, particularly lin-
lshed steers for year -round
slaughter, lumber, fresh fruit*
and vegetables, dairy products,
rice, cattle teed arid coifee. The
party visited dairies, ranches,
lumber mills and agricultural
centers.
Similar Investigations were re-
cently
Group Meetings
COLON, Apr. 2 Members of
the Flower of the Isthmus Lodge
are reminded of the special meet-
ing to be held at their usual place
of business tonight commencing
at 7:30 sharp. Matter of very vit-
al Importance will be discussed.
Defense Plants
Need Millions
More Workers
WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP)
Defense Mobilizer Charles E. Wil-
son said that defense plants will
need three to four million more
workers this year but promised
there will be no labor to recruit
them.
In his first.progress report on
the mobilization program, he
said all "foreseeable" manpow-
ers needs for defense production
can be met without "compul-
sory measures" such as na-
tional service legislation. He
added that the government In-
tends to guarantee each worker
a "free choice of his Job."
Urging careful use of the
tightening labor supply, Wilson
said manpower shortages could
become the single "limiting fac-
tor'" in the nation's drive for
high production and military
might. Labor shortages are not
severe, he said, but will be-
to pinch with a speedup of
defense orders.
The mobilization chief noted
that a labor-management com-
mittee to recommend manpower
policies a key demand in la-
bor's current fight with the ad-
ministration Is being set up.
Wilson will have veto power
over Its proposals but has said
he expects little argument.
Increased demand for labor
can be satisfied partly by volun-
tary shifts from civilian to de-
fense industry and partly by ex-
panding the work force. He not-
ed that 38,000,000 persons of
working age are not now In the
labor force a potential pool of
33,000,000 men and 5,000,000
women which can be tapped to
fill emergency needs.
More than 1,000,000 persons can
be added this year, Wilson said,
from the "Important reserves"
available among housewives with
grown children, older persons at
retirement age. and the physical-
ly handicapped.
Gen. Smith Sees No Soviet
Revolution In Our Time
yet
gin
WASHINGTON. Apr. 2, (UP.
Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith,
former U.S. Ambassador to Rus -
sla, said today the Soviet Com-
munist system "carries the seeds
of Its own destruction" but he
doesn't think lt can be over-
thrown by revolution "In our
lifetime."
'The Roman Empire lasted 600
years after disintegration set In."
he said. "Don't hold your breath
until there is a revolution against
Communist rule in Russia. The
police state controls are v*ry
Ugh' over there."
Smith, Ambassador to Russia
from 1946 to 1949 and now head
of the U.S. Central Intelligence
agency, made the statement at a
press conference. He said he
wanted to correct the impression
given by some advance publicity
for a book being published to-
morrow for which he wrote an in-
troduction.
The book is "Journey For Our
Time." a translation of the
"Journals of fie Marquis de Cus-
tlne" by Phyllis Penn Kohler.
In his introduction, which was
billed in some quarters as a fore-
cast of revolution In Russia,
Smith said the oppressed Russian
masses will eventually revolt apd
demand the "right to live as a
free people."
But he said it would be prema-
ture to expect a revolt during the
time of Soviet Premier Josef Sta-
lin, because the eyes of the Rus-
sian people are still not open.
"We must do what we can to
hasten this process; to prevent
the complete monopolization of
the minds of the peoples by heir
Kremlin masters," he said.
Oklahoman Reports
Slate Has Enough
Aluminum For World
MOUNTAIN PEAK, Okla., Apr.
2. (UP) Klowa and Comanche
Counties In southwestern Okla-
homa contain enough commer-
cial grade aluminum ore to sup-
ply the world for 1,000 years, ac-
cording to a former United State
engineer.
Jerry Soukup, Mountain Park
quarry operator and past presi-
dent of the Oklahoma Mineral
Industries Council, who helped
survey the rugged terrain of (he
two counties as a U.S. Bureau of
Mines engineer during World War
II, made the statement before
the Oklahoma legislature.
Soukup said federal surveyois
and mining specialists found most
of the rocks in the granite Wicbi-
tu Mountain range which runs
through the two counties con-
tained about 39.5 per cent high
grade aluminum ore.
He said it could be extracted by
simply crushing the granite.
75-Wear Old Bachelor
Buys 7-LeveI Home
BOLIVAR. Tenn. Apr. 2, (UP)
The "House of Seven Levels" Is
not fiction like Nathaniel Haw-
thorne's "House of Seven Gables."
It's a real house which R. L. Ray.
75-year-old bachelor, is building
near here.
Ray has been county surveyor
here for 45 years.
The house Is on a rise overlook-
ing the road and the eaves ex-
tend about eleht feet out from t3
sides and ends.
The seven levels inside run
from a basement to a storage
soace at the top of the building.
The basement is reached oy a
rnmo instead of steps and runs
the full length of the house.
Not counting the enormcus
roof, the house Droper is about 20
feet wide and 70 feet long
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get preference for the delivery of. in the Interior provinces of Pa-
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THE PANAMA AMSHCAM AW IHPEPEMDWTT jPAH,Y NfWAH
WSBIBWBI
Mitten-Shannon Lead Best Ball
m4nav. Arma t, mi
Qualifiers
51 Teams Make Up Field,
Tourney In Three Flights
Long Doc Mitten and Suro-Shot Mqtt Shannon turn-
ed in a best ball round of 68 over the weekend at the
Summit Hills Country Club to cop the medalist honors in
the 18-hole qualifying round of the National Distillers Best
Ball Championship. ,
total of 51 teamslargest field in the history of
the tournament played the course over the two-day
qaulifying period and the crop wqs split into three flights
to start the match play battling for the silver prizes.
Southeastern School To Liberalise'
Scholarship Awards For Top Athletes^
Exhibition
Results
High among the first flight
qualifiers were Dor Qerrens-flol)
Snaln. Bill Schmitt-Charlie MM;
'Murrav. and Percy Graham-Jack
Smith all liad 89s.
The combines of George Ritey-
Pres. Trim, Jr. and Tommy
Thompsn n-Gene Hochstedler
turned In 70s.
DefendingChampions Jaime
GUN CLU&
NOTES
TODD TASKS GOLD MEDAL IN
SLOW FIRE PISTOL BOOT
Sturtevant Todd. tlie old Tex-
lcan from west of the Pecos land
south of the Chggres>, upset his
one-oolnt jinx In the slow fire
smallbore pistol match held at
the Balboa Gun Club Sunday
when he put together 87 and 88
at fifty yards to score a 176 over
this difficult cqurs. Captain pan
Crumpacker took second piare
seven points behind him with
189.
Thirteen shupters took part Ip
the match, and five medals were
awarded. Wayne Lucas, who has
been better known as a rifleman
in the past, took third nlace with
165. In fourth place with 164 was
Lew Ryan who has been shoot-
ing so long that some people
claim he invented the Colt front-
ier 45 before the Russians did.
Frank Anderson and BUI Huff
came all the way over from Cris-
tobal to tie for fifth place, but
one of Franks shots was a 4. so
Bill got tha nod with 161. When
last seen thev were walking away
from the clubhquse. each With a
firm grasp on one end of the
medal case.
After commenting in a story
some time ago about the 'men-
acing mass of rust" used by Irv
Krapf 1 to win pistol matches, this
reporter was intrigued by the
weapon used by "Todhunter"
Toad. This firearm was so wound
around with tape that it was-im-
possible to tell whether it was a
pistol or a small ba'e of adding
machine parts. The moral seems
to be "throw that $85 pistol down,
babe." and pick uo some beat-un
relic that vpu can really shoot
with. Of course, the prices of an-
t iques are high. too.
The scores:
Sturdy Todd ....
Dan Crumpacker
Wavne Lucas. ..
Lew Ryan......
Bill Huff......
Frank Anderson.
Otto Lindo.....
Mike Wolchick ..
, Bill Jaffray ....
Curtis Feterson..
Archie Turner .
Luther Davis .. ..
H. V. Butler ....
de la Guardia and Johnny Mac-
Murray made it with 72 but they
were none too impressive (for
such a pair, that Is).
The father-son combination of
Ernestitq de la Guardia and
young Joaquin made the first
"flight while two ladies' teams
Keenan-Taylor and Trim-Ely
wound up In the second flight.
The only junior combine in the
field Hgmmoud-Hinkle shot
an 87 best ball and managed to
get in the second flight.
The scores:
Championship Flight
; Mitten-Shannon........ 68,
(Medalist prize
Spain-Gerrans.......... 69
! Schmltt-C. MacMurray .... 69
1 Graham-J. Smith........ 69
! G. Rilev-P. Trim. Jr. .. s. 70
R. W. Thompson-Hochstedler 70
1 Lewter-Moran.......... JJ
Kullkowski-Chas. Wood .... 71
' J. MacMurray J. de la G'dla 72
; Medinger-Corsale........ 72
Muller-Kinkle.......... 73
Galindo-Chandeck....... <4
Halligan-Barr.......... 74
Bubb-Lally............ /4
May-Bingham.......... '*
' Deiilinger-Hunslcker...... 75
First Flight
oram-Vlnce Lombroia ...
I Ernestito de la Guardia-Joa-
quin de la Guardia .
i Lawson-Pringle........
i Mahope-Harlev........
! F. Humbert-J u a n de la-
Guardla............
I McCaughe.v-Halley.......
: Judson-PresTrim.Sr......
Nussbaum-Forrest........
Saarinen-Durham........
i DeLuca-Hollis..........
, Robinson -LeBrun........
Reed-Olson..........
i Chico de la Guardia-Gabriel
de la Guardia..........
: Blshop-Wichman........
Kiske-McKinney........
R Eugelke-P. Cooper .. ..
H
Second Flight
87 88 17S
82 87IN
85 80165
85 79184
77 84101
84 77-161
76 80l.Sfl
78 77-155
67 81148
65 81146
74 7014*
6B 62 127
41 43- 84
C. L. Smith-Anderson .... 82
Collins-Getman.......... 82
Daniels-Sears.......... 82
Winberg-Welbum........ 83
Huff-DesLondes........ 83
Rodrigue-Heurtematte .... 84
Arnold-Berry.......... 84
Keenan-Taylor.......... 8jj
I Gllckenhaus-Glickenliaui 86,
| PUllod-Gerhart.......... 86
; Uammpnd-Hhikie ....... 87
Youngblood-Boettcher..... 88
Gove-Vye.............. 88
Tettenburn-Courville...... 89
Jones-Lawler.......... 90
T. Ely-Pearl Trim........ 90
Unplaced
Towerv-Davis.......... 80
Senzel-Belisle.......... 91
alcer-Colston.......... 04
BIRMINGHAM. Apr. 2
Representatives of Southeastern
Conference schools In a meeting
at Birmingham have voted to lib-
eralize scholarship awards for
athletes. ,
The representatives voted nine
to three, to permit freshmen play
varsity sports next fall. War
conditions and a shortgge of col-
lege players is given as the rea-
son.
The freshman rule Is good on-
ly until Sept. 1, 1952, but it can
be renewed then if conditions
make it necessary. However, the
Conference rules still do not give
the plgver an extra year of var-
sity competition unless he plays
as a freshman.
The Conference also changed
the NCAA Sanity Code ruling on
grants in aid. Southeastern ath-
letes now may receive actual ex-
Eenses for tuition, fees, board,
ooks. room, laundry and dry-
cleaning, and medical expenses
in certain cases. i
The Conference voted that the
maximum number of grants-ln-
ald shall not exceed 140 for all
sports at any one time. However,
no celling has been placed on the
amount.
A student receiving compensa-
tion from the Armed Services
under the G.I. bill will nqt be en-
titled to government grants or to
duplicate grants from his school.
If a prospective player is draft-
ed after signing for a grant-ln-
ald he will become a free agent
again ..And no longer will ba
bound py the contract after
eight months In the military ser-
vice.
In addition, the new ruling wl|l
allow pay for jobs given players
but the rule states that job pay
and grants combined shall not
exceed actually necessary college
txoen8es.
Schools must keep records of
all disbursements. Also all grants
of funds 'o eligible athletes must
be administered by a university
officer or committee in each
school.
Conference Secretary N. W.
Doghertv of the University qf
Tennessee says the ruling about
medical expenses will allow lim-
ited care rc-r players hurt in
games or in practice.
Georgia Tech has been given
permission to plav a charitv game
in Atlanta on Dec. 8. 1951, to
raise money for the Alexander
Memorial Fund. Tech is trying to
et Notre D*m as 1U qpponent
ar this game-
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
SAN MATEO. Cal.The front-
running Be Fleet won the $25.000
8an Francisco County Handicap
Saturday at Bay Meadows.
Be Fleet took the lead soon af-
ter the start and stayed in front
'l the way to beat Bullreigh Ju-
nior bv a length and one-quar-
ter. Vino Fino ran third. The
3-to-2 favqrlteCalumet Farm's
Sewltch finished seventh in a
eld of 10.
Phlla. IN> 000 000 0000 4 1
Clncl. IN i 000 OdO 0022 8 0
Thompson. Meyer and Lopata;
BlackweTl, ftaffensberger and
Pramesa. *
Detroit (A) 000 000 1001 7 2
Boston (A 204 000 20xS 14 0
Hoeft, Herbert, Johnson and
Ginsberg; Scarborough, Wight
and Batts.
Jirn'Bickfotd, left."an
Vern B
Opposing hitlers get it from all directions when
id Wai ren Spihn pitch for the Boston Braves.
Between them, they won 40 Mine, lastseason. Johnny Stain.
working at Bradenton, Fla.. contributed 20 more. (NBA)
St. L, (Nl 012 032 000 8 12 1
N. Yk. 013 021 50x12 1 2
Lanier, Presco, Krleger. Hsbe-
nirht and Garaglola. D. Bice;
Maglle, Bowman and Westrum.
by
JOE WILLIAMS
lAsingaia-iajat* aitehar vaar alte* JW- .
custom the. Detroit Tigers have developed. Last year they I
go withe* Vlsgil Tswlk . this year Um departed Is Ast
Chicago (A)........ 8 9 1
St. Louis (A i........ 7 11 1
Judson, Gumpert, Borish and
Niarhos; Widmar. Bauers, Fan-
nin, Herrera, Kennedy and Moss.
Pitts. (N) 104 000 100^-3 7 1
N. Yk- (A> 031 200 00X 12 1
Chambers, Law, Muir and Mc-
Cullough, Fitzgerald: Lopat. Os-
trowski and Berra.
Panam Area Interservice
Tournament Opens Tomorrow
Boston (N) -B"
0O2 312 0100 17 2
Atlanta 20 100 3007 7 1
Saint. McPherson and St.
Claire, Burris; Fox, Lasakle, Oc-
plne and Jarvism. Aucoin.
The time for the mile and one-
16th was 1:43 1-5. Be Fleet paid
$8.40, $4.70 and $3.80.
H0VI0 TO NIW LOCATION
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
COMMERCIAL CASUALTY INSURANCE Co.
CANAL ZONE AGENCY '
Office Now
Room US Buildint 5141
i Old Special Engineer in BUI.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
PEORA, III.Syracuse Uni-
versity made an amazing conie-
ack Saturday night to win the
Jrst National Campus Basketball
Tourney at Pepria, Illinois. Syra-
cuse nosed out the host team
Bradley76-75. in the finals.
Bradlc iok an 1M lead in
the first u. < minutes, but Sy-
racuse fougiu back- The Orange-
men finally took the lead on Jack
(ley's 35-fuoter with just over
three minutes left, and they held
on the rest of the way. alley's 1".
joints were high for Syracuse,
.lene VIelchiorre and Fred
Schli inisn each scored 19 points
for Bradley.
BUFFALO, N.Y.Lanky Don
Gehrmann beat Q-Man Fred Wilt
by 10 yards Saturday night in
the Niagara District AAU Mile at
Buffalo, New York.
Gehrmann's time was 4 091 ..
a meet record. The old mark was
410.9, set by Jim Rafferty in
1945.
Gehrmannthe former Wis-
consin starran down Wilt In
the backstretch of the last lap
and won going away. Wiltrep-
resenting the New York A. C
led the field most of the way.
Play in the Panama Area In- ]
tersenlce Golf Championship
will get under way at 8 a.m. at
the Fort Amador golf courae.
Herb Flam Oullasls
Gardnar Mulloy For
Good Neighbor Tille
MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. Apr. 2
(UP i- Tireless young Herb Flam
outlasted veteran Gardnar Mul-
loy yesterday to win the men s
singles champtonshrp of the
Good Neighbor Tennis Tourna-
ment, 4-6, 6-8, 7-5, 6-3. S-l. ,
The 22-year-old Beverly Hills.
Cal., youngster was kept off bal-
ance throughout the first half
of the match by Mulloy's true-,
racqueted volleys and *"-
enced net play. But the Mlami-
an's 37-year-old legs weakened at
the end of the third set and he
couldn't produce enough steam to
return Flam's swift back-court
smashes.
Althea Gibson, young Negro
star from New York, summoned
up tremendous serving power to
upset Betty Rosenquest of South
Orange. N.J., fi-4. 6-2. The game
climaxed the first South Florida
tournament for Miss Gibson, a
student at Florida A. M. Col-
lege.
Miss Rosenquest played a care-
ful, studied game, but repeatedly
let Miss Gibson slam fast ones ay,
her for placement points.
In women's doubles. Miss Ros-
enquest and Rhoda Hopkins ol
Newton. Conn., defeated Miss
Gibson and Suzanne Herr, Miami
Beach, 6-4. 6-2.
Juan Franco
Mufuel Dividends
0N IUC.l**r\
mm
Rugged Raymond!
Tbj is the saga of Rugged
Raymond,
A torn 'n Uttered Ill-clad lay-
man!
A F V ms*#iej*. he did spy,
And sold hi rags for riches
hich:
FIRST RACE
1 Duque $?80. $4. $2.20
2 Don Jaaauin $8.60, $3.60.
1Resrte$5, |
2 La aue*jer
3- Romanttoe,..
First Doubles: (Buqne-Besor
te> $27.40.
1 Haste SUr 80 $2 40, $2.20.
2 Rosoning $5. $2.80.
3 Apologv $2.60.
Third Race One-Two: tUaete
Star-Rosoninc) $11
EOFRTU KAt E
1Don Sizzle $7^0. $4. $2 SO.
2 Brochacito SI, $3.
3- Raymond $3.80.
Fourth Race Quiniela: aiasle-Brochacito) S25.4.
Flflll RACE
1 Marlscalito $420, $2.20.
2 Mr. Foot $2 40.
SIXTH RACE
1Pepsi Cola $7.20, $4. $3.
2Bendigo $3.40, $2.60.
3Agradecida $2 80
SF.VFNTH RACE
1Begonia 'e> $4.40. $3.80.
2 M.wminster $3 80
Second Doubles: eonia^ S1S.6*:
EHislTB RACE nn
1El Monee $13 80. ,40. $3.20.
2Charleses $. $280.
3- -Don Salomon $4.20.
MXech!fs%M,r NINTH RACE
1-Danescourt $44.80, $1 30. $6.80
2 CaUmedear IS. 3 *
3 Curaca *S,20.
cort-VamdearVsSio.' *
1 OIKe Blossom 5.80. $2.80.
2mom .
ti CVEKTH RACE
1Annie N. $2.20. $2.20, $2.20.
*- Kchp* sa.40, $3.28.
The eigbt-man Uam with .the
lowest aggregate score will) be
the winner.
The winning Uam wlu be
-esented with the Fanania
rea Traveling Trophy. Ibis
tropbv will become the perma-
nent possession of the Uam
that wins it three times.
One of the strongest teams
entered for the competition is
the liSARi ARIB golf team.
Members of this team are 6|t.
Mike Kubkowski. I apt. Harry
B. Gardner, Capt. Harold
Sharp, Maj. Boy E. Hayden,
Cap!. August Zilkie, M-Sgt.
Donald Kenna. It. John Saw-
vera, Maj. Edward HUifn.
Col. Bill Beau, Maj. Kenneth
Forrest. Lt Bay Golden, and
It. Jaine Curtis.________
Marshall Cracks
World 440-Yard
Swim Record
AUSTIN. Tex.. Apr. 2 (UP)
Sophomore John Marshall of
Yale has cracked another world
swimming record.
Marshall won his third title In
three nights Saturday night at
the National Collegiate cham-
pionships in Austin. Texas. He
swam the 440-yard freestyle In
4:30.2, That's more than three
seconds better than his own
world record. Wayne Moore gnd,
Jimmv McLane made lt a one-
two-three finish for Yale In the
final.
Other winners on the closing
nrogram were Dick Thoman of
Yale in the 100-yard backstroke.
Rob Rrawner of Princeton in the
100-yard breaststroke and Clarke
SchpJes f Michigan State in the
100-yard freestyle Thomgp's time
in the backstroke was 57 and
five-tenth seconds.. one tenth
of a second better than the meet
record set bv Jack Taylor of Ohio
State in the afternoon trials.
Boston (N)
010 000 200 00 3 4 1
Brooklyn (Ni
002 0O1 DM 014 18 0
Surkont, Roy. Estock and Coop-
er, Mueller; Ersklne. LaSorda.
Podhlelan and Edwards.
Chi. iN) 110 IN 311-8 15 2
Cleve. (A> 103 000 1604 1
Mlnner and Walker. Owen; Le-
mon. Zoldak and Hegan.
Albrook Flyers
Cop USARCARIB
Baseball Crown
The Albrook Fixers Saturday
afternoon, clinched the USAR-
CARIB baseball league cham-
pionship for the second straight
year as they came from behind
to all but massacre Corozal by a
final score of 23 to S. It wasn't
until the fourth inning that the
**>.:s came up with their biggest,
rcily to se wup the ball game
and the championship.
Joe Cotton, who started for the
Flyers, was the whining pitcher
with Pambianco coming in to
hurl the ninth Inning-
For Corozal. Qyama who start-
ed the game was the losing hurl-
r. Tornan came In in the fourth.
Turner in the seventh and Trot-
ter who finished the game, a(so
came In in the seventh Inning.
Houseknecht had a homer nd
single, while Sclafani and Stan-
lev each had a double and single
with Chatham getting two sin-
gles to lead the Flyers' assault
at the plate.
For Corozal. Beaudoln. Rose
and Taylor each had two hits In
four trips to the plate.
The win far Cotton, was his
11th of the season against no
losses.
Starting lineup*: ALRQO
Howard, If; Housekpeoht, as;
Chatham, lb; Williams, rf; 8ela-
fanl. cf; B.'n.ch, 3b; Stanley, 2p;
Corbln. c; Cotton, p. COROZAL
LeM^y. 2b; Madeline, as; wor-th-
lngton. rf; Beaudqln. c: Rose, cf;
Watanabe. 3b; Taylor, lh; Gya-
ma, p.
Score bv ipnlngs:
Albrook 013 703 21522 14 1
Corozal 560 001 000 ITS
year tb,ey bad U
VhJglt TPt2k (lS>U), this year
Houtteman (lft-U), wh w is Aranjr W*ki
Desplta the handicap, Red Rolfe, in bis second year as dugout
genius, sot the pace, in tb* AX fo* the gieaUr part ol tba season,
as late as Labor Day, laadhw U.y two. tUey westjttil tb tea to
r^atllltlmateTy they finished second, three games tack. Itwas
a moral victory. You can't buy bread with Confederate money,
Can the Tlgess offset another IP-game delicti and stay in
the pennant fight? Maybe yes, maybe no Trucks Is back, shoul-
der miseries gohe. to give it a,pother whirl. Worked with seeming
discomfort the afternoon I saw- him. But he must, remain an if
until he provee himself. Saul Rogovin is another rtnasuntatlon
case on wnom shaky hopes are built.
These two, ol little or no value last year because of arm
ches, must qome throuch if the Tigers are to be a fnctor.
Brooklyn-born" Rogovin didn't Quo a" competitive ball a last
season. Trucks bad a S- seore when his arm sprung a leak In
May. Rolfe saw no more o bh thereafter, and less ot the
pennant. > ( (
FKLLKR CAME CLOSEST
Bolfe's predioament is such he may be foroed. against Judg-
ment and precedent, to try t? Vhn with a high school youngster,
Bill Hoelt, lanky 18-year-old left-hander out of Qshkosh, Wis.
These Is the conventional rap against him, too green. Still, he's
the best-loobing young' pitcher in the Citrus Circuit Has unbe-
liiyable control for a left-hander, a sufficiency o stutt and looks
as if' he can't miss, In the end .. ,. ..
George Mora*lty, the eld umpire, dug him up apd mm mm
to Dotroit, a club he starred with in the prehistoric age and later
managed. Baseball history is not packed with 18-yoar-olds who
have won in big time. Qffhand I can't recall , single one. un-
less it would be Bob Feller who was IS when he Joined Clevelaoa
but was not a dependable untfl two years later. Newhouser, too,
was ud at 18, but mostly as bench decoration.
Dizay Dean, notably conservative, tells you hei could have
looled big-league bats at 16. Mfeht have, at tbat. The game has
known few better than the fog-ball master. But he was 21 be-
lore the CardinaU decided his equipment matched his ego. Hoet
is listed as Toledo property. Rolfe will carry him north. I may
have to keep him," he said. Indicating the perplexity of a gourmet
choosing medium rare ot well done ,_,_, , ^^a.
Only In one department are the Tigers strlrtly top drawer.
That's the outfield staffed by Evers, Groin and Wertz, bona fide
;t0f hitter who accounted for Sll runs batted in last season.
But even here there is a deficiency. None hits the long ball and
they play in a home run park. "I go to beddevnliig ol the long-
baH hitters in Briggs Stadium," Holfe confessed. He's pot the
r0raDetroityhas a time-stained tradition of slugging, dating back
to the days of Cobb, Crawford and Roaeman. Grawfterd probably
hit the ball as hard as any man who ever swung a stick, put
he belonged to the dead-ball era. when seven home runs (In
1908 were enough to win him the championship.
*THB FAIN DEAL 18 OFF
The Tigers haven't had an authentic blaster since Hank
Greenberg. Who is now making with the stern executive glower
for the Cleveland Indians. The Tigers were a ^ntJ^tt /J
season with 114 home runs against 164 tor the ftace-settlng
Indian. That can make a difference. It help to expUpn why
the Tigers dropped the close onoa. ., j-i w., .
Rolfe is still without a first baseman he doesnt hve to
aooloBlze for in tonler social circle. Don Kolloway, reconverted
socondbaser 380-, will be there again. A piqposed deal for
Ferris Fain of AAAs has definitely collapsed. It was contingent
on Lou Limmer, up from St. Paul, making the grade. Seems he
The Tigers also have a problem back of the bat. Aaron Ro-
binson and Bob Swift are studying pension plans. If there 1 to
be improvement lt must come from Myron Ginsberg and Henry
House, the up-to-now $73,000. bftryis bust. TOp many Us must tall
the right way U the Tigers are to menace. Roll talk? in touutt-
place terms* "I think the Red ox will win with the Yankees
and Indians close up," be saya It was an old script but K
scudded convincing. iM__x__ r
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80, 96, Salloa J4U -"Dt 2 1336
Branch, National League of
American Pea Women, will cele-
brate the iirst anniversary jf its
founding, at the Lewis B. Moore a
eountry home on Cerro Campaba.
Members planning to make the
trip are asked to call the Hospi-
tality Committee chairman, Mrs.
Frank Raymond, or any member
of her committee.
Circle to Meet fa O
The Mary Martha Circle of the
Balboa Union Church Women's
Auxiliary will leave Balboa on the
9:20 tram tomorrow morning for
a meet lag to a* held at the name
of Mrs. Boydston. 342-B Monte-
LU* Street, Colon.
Birth Annoiwcemeut
Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Jose Mn-
dez G ol Bella Vista announce
the birth of a daughter. Elvlriki
Maria at Santo Tomas Hospi'il.
March 23. Mrs. Mendea is the
former Miss Elvira Lurla, daugh-
ter o Mr. and Mis. Alfredo Lu-
ria of Bella Vista.
Dwpiicate Bridge
at Diablo Teuicbt
All bridge players are Invited
to take part in the duplicate con-
tract bridge tournament to be
flayed tonight at 6:45 at the Dh*-
' bio Heights Clubhouse.
C.I Ualle Jjat%c4
\AJa5 (Jato. C.vmd
The Hot* Pan-American at El
Valle was the seen* ef a gala
vent Saturday evening, when a
show and dance was held.
Harnett and Dunn, the dance
team, was the feature attraction
of the evening and large gath-
ering attended to see them per-
form. Thafe iahpJtftble dancing
included a hatt roen tango and a
bolero rumba.
Latin and American music was
played by Jimmy Dunn's orches-
tra which kept most people danc-
ing until well after midnight.
Their vocalist. Danny BHbep, re-
ceived requests to repeat several
number.
Some of the people there were:
Sr. and, Sra. Max De^vallc. Vilma
DeXvalle. Mr. and Mm. Enrique
Antonio Jimenez, Mr. and Mrs,
Sorenzo Htneape, Mr. Altonia
Zarak, Mi. and Mis. David Vino-
kur. Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro, de la
Guardia. Messrs. Antonio Zuble-
ta, Samuel Boyd. Augusto Boyrt,
Osvaldo Lopez. Ricardo Berrau-
dea, several of whom were accom-
panied by members of their fa-
milies.
MB. AND MB9. CLARK
LEAVE FOB NASHV1LLS
Mr. and Mrs. William Huabard Clark, nee Susanne Sar-
taio, above, who left yesterday by plane ea route to their
home near Nashville. Folowing their marriage at St. Luke's
Cathedral, Ancon, Wednesday evening, the Clarks stayed the
Washington Hotel in Colon, and at Hotel El Panama.
They plan to spend a week in New Orleans before motor-
rlug to Tennessee, where both attended school.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark will reside in the Riverside Apart-
ments, Old H'ckory, Tenn.. a suburb of NashviHe.
Bride-To-Be Honored
By Her Bridal Attendants
Miss Julie Ann Kllbey, who hi to,
be married An;U 7 to Ronald See-
ley, was given a tea and Unen
shower Saturday by her bridal
attendants. The party was held
In the Fern Room of the Hotel
Tivoli and tne hostesses wen?
Miss Eileen Schneider, who i i lo
be maid of honor and Mrs. Chas.
L. Jones and Mrs. Theodore Me-
lanson, who will be bridesmaids
The guest list included Mrs. C.
W. Kllbey, mother of the bride -
elect. her fiance's mother. Mrs.
M. M Seeley. Mrs. Richard
Btoudner, Mrs. Arthur Hammond,
Mrs. Frank McOahhey. Mrs. J. H.
Schneider, Mrs. Louis Pierobon.
Mrs. C L. Jones. Mrs. Walter Al-
len. Mrs. John Alexander. Mrs.
WilHam McDougal Mrs. John D.
Mayles, Mrs. Bernard Kreugcr.
Miss Bobble Anne Robinson. Miss
Barbara Buyer. Miss Eileen Ra-
blteiru. Miss Betty Farrell. Miss
Bea Reyes. Miss Joan Horter and
Miss Barbara Curies.
Diplomats, at
Hotel El Panama
The new Ambassador of Ecua-
dor to Panama. Sixto Duran Bai-
len, arrived from Quito today and
Is staying, temporarily, at Hotel
El Panama
Kathryn O. Jones of Curnndu
who is to be married April 8 at
the Curundu Chapel to Lt. Paris
Walker of Fort Clayton.
Present at the luncheon, wlih
the guest of honor were: Mrs.
Jamas Freiburger. Miss Nidia.
Jaen. Miss Sylvia Arauz, Mrs. Ed-
ward Palm. Mrs. Louis SchmidS.
Mrs. John Herman. Miss Eli.si
Avila, Miss Angelica Irlbarren,
Miss Cora Bogle. Mrs. Clemente
Vlllarreal. Miss Sofia Fong, Mrs
Everett Kimmel. Mrs. Norman
Holland, Mrs. Silvio Hernandez,
Mrs. Guillermo Romero. Mrs.
Keith Jones. Mrs. Charlotte Lau-
rie. Mrs. Harold Clark, Mrs. Jo-
seph Buquet and Mrs. Donal
Judson.
Guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond
of Vista del Mar have as their
house guests his uncle and aunU.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Cuoco and
Mrs Gertrude Cuoco of New
York.
Also t Hotel El Panama are the
Ambassador of Colombia to Mex-
ico, who arrived recently from
Bogota en route to Mexico City.
Mr. and Mrs. B halan
Entertaining Today
The Attache of the United
States Embassy and Mrs. Ray-
mond Phelan are entertainin < a
Srouo of their friends at cocktaiis
lis afternoon at 5:30 at their re-
sidence in Vista del Mar.
Visitor Leaves
for Missouri
After a visit of several weeks in
Panama with her son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh R.
Cramer, Mrs. L. H. Schwald left
yestarday by airplane for her
home in Warrensburg. Missouri
Bride-Elect Honored
at Luncheon and Shower
A group of her frelnds gave a
luncheon and silver shower Sat-
urday at the Hotel Tivoli for Mrs.
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Miro Quc-
S3da of Luna. Peru, are leaving
by airplane today on a trip to
Washington and New York. They
have spent the past three weeks
in Panama with Mrs. Miro Que-
sada'r mother. Mrs. Francisco
Arias. P.
ACOBY-on
CANASTA
After a visit with relatives In
Panama. Miss Maria Ehrman left
Saturday for Paria France, where
she Is Secretary of the Panaman -
ian Legation.
At Hotel El Panama
Enoch LeJeune arrived today
by airplane from Miami, on his
way to San Jose. Costa Rica and
la registered at Hotel El Panama.
Mr. LeJeune is Vice-President of
the National City Bank of Now
York and supervisor for Central
America.
Visitors from
Santa Clara
Miss Elizabeth Telfer and M*
Jeanette Christensen of Santa
Clara are spending a few d?.ys
with friends In Ancon.
BY OSWALD JACOBS
Written foe NEA Service
Last week I gave moat of the
rules of Samba, the new three-
pack Canasta game that Is sweep-
ing the country. There wasnt
room to discuss red and black
threes, so I'll take them up now.
In Samba there are six black
threes, so I'll take them up now.
In Samba there are six black
threes, since there are three or-
dinal y decks In the Samba pack.
These are stop cards, as in regu-
lar Canasta. You may meld them
only when you are melding out on
that play. You are never allowed
to meld a wild card with Mack
Hires, so there is no such thing
as a canasta of black threes.
Another thing to remember a-
bout black threes Is that they
(-eanopt be melded in sequence;,
f The lowest possible card m a se-
\ quence Is a four. The only melds
possible with black threes aro
three black threes, four black,
threes, five black threes and six
black threes. There are no bonus-
es to: having them.
There are likewise six red
threes In the Samba pack. They
are bonus cards, much as they
are in Canasta, but there are da-
ferences. Each red three counts
100 points, bat all six count 1000
points. There i.s no extra bonus at
all lor having four red threes or
five red threes.
However, and this is important,
red threes do not count in your
favor until your side has com pie -
ted two canasta (a seven-card
sequence counts as a canasta for
this purpose. Until that time, all
your red threes count against
you.
This rule makes it importan to
get two canastas made In a hur-
ry. It also makes it possible to set
the opponents back more easily,
if you happen to get a fast out
and if the opponents happen to
have several red threes.
Curiously enough, some people
have trouble understanding the
Samba rule that you draw !v.o
cards from the stock. "Does this
mean," a Houston correspondent
recently asked, "that you coi
take the discard pile and then al-
so take one card from the stock-
pile?"
No. lt doesn't mean that at all.
When It is your turn to pi f,
you draw either from the discaid
Penwomen to Celebrate
Anniversary
On Saturday the Canal
Sone
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
We've just received a small shipment of
SIMMONS Mattresses and Springs
GET YOURS NOW!
$45,eo
AN UP
J
Pacific CwncH
Backs (hi tetase
First AM Program
The Pacific Civic Council Is
sponsoring and endorsing the Ck-
vtt Dteme Ftist Ale paegeea*.
President Charles Garcia.Q( the
Civic Council urges every mem-
ber of that group and every per-
son ever IS years of age to regis-
ter this week for the next First
Aid course.
Garcia said: "I urge evety
member of the Pacific Civic
Council to take the First Aid
Course In connection with clvH
defense.
"Although the danger o attack
on the Canal Zone is not consid-
ered linlnent it behooves all qf m
nevertheless to heed, the advice
of the adeamistratlon to psepare-
ourselves before such an event-
uality arises.
"I nota with Interest that th?
Local Rate copunuriUiUe have'
not put off preparing but have
taken Immediata advantage at
the facilities provided.
"I urge every resident of the
Canal Zone to get behrad the Vi-
pile or from the stock-pilejust
as in Canasta. You never draw
fron) both. If you draw from the.
stock-pile, vou take two cards in-
stead ol only one card. That all
there Is to that rula.
RCM Prepares
For National
Defense Week
Tkvt lathjB in department ol
the Reserve Of fleers Association
of the United^tates (ROA), thru
President Sidet,'otham, has begun
coordjjaatkag And cumulating
their pk*Mk endWwe* -1 local ci-
vic eegenrxetfcw order to
make the 1951 att->ur < bservancc
of Nattooal Date Meet a i ac-
cess.
This organJwUoi 1 haa for its
purpose the smjport of "adequate
national security" '.for the US
and !* composed of*, reserve offi-
cers Ol ail X the /timed Forces
of the United States, the majority
of Whom, at* no, l0t/er*servlng
wlih the fosees, la the* field.
It. Is InAesesfclna to .note that
National Defense week: has been
conceived as % parlad during
which the qltlaenry should reex-
amine the- adequacy cf their
country's defenses, with! proper
emphasis being given to la>h the
regular and reserve force* .of the
'United States.
It has been learned that Utters
have been forwarded to locvl ci-
vic, organizations inviting n"tetn
to assist and to contact Carl J.
Browne. (Major. US Army lie-.
serve), at Balboa PO. Box 375, T.ve
date. lor National Defense WcVlK
wiil be annomaiied by Presiden \
Harry 3. Tmman sometime earlyl
this Spring.
............ .1____4
^Atlantic ^ociel
'J
&>
fs,
Wh Will c/es fU .
(jatun Utltpk* Cjattt* 379
rector, 0* ClyU Defense and regis-
ter immediately for the First Aid
courses which are presently being
oegantoed."
Balboa Woman's Club members
have, as In the past, graciously
volunteered to have registration
tables tomorrow in. the commis-
saries in Balboa, Ancon* and Dia-
blo where residents may register
for the First Add course which
will start soon, after enrollment.
The classes meet two hours a
night, two nights a week for one
month. They wilt probably begin
in the meat two weeks according.
to M. E. Walker. Civil Defense Ad-
visor for the Canal-Ralrroad or-
ganization.
$&
In The
PANAMA AMCltCAN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berger, above, following their wed-
ding Friday evening in the ballroom of the Hotel Washing-
ton,
Mrs. Berger is the former Miss Carol Ruoff, daaghter of
Mr. Carl Ruoff of Cristobal. 6he has a wide circle of friends
\n both sides of the Isthmus as ahe was reared here and
bus been prominent in the work of the Ruoff Dance Studio.
Mr. Berger b a member of the Canal Zone Police. They
will realde in New Cristobal.
MartiVi-Foreman
Engatrmeat Announced
Mr. and Mm. Emlle G. Martin,
of Old .Cristobal, have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, GeiTnalne Gabrielle, to Mr.
Sam AUiW Foreman, of Cristo-
bal, son07! Mr. and Mrs. William
Scott Foreman of Belhaven,
North Carolina.
The announcement was ma>ie
at a blrtboWy dinner party for
Miss Martintjgiven by her parents
Pat their honwp Saturday evening.
No date hies, been set for the
wedding. \
aPWOwajcs com %toY* OF AVERAGE DULY FOOD NEBK
* TaoegM Cam IWaa it
oaly on* of the 7 varUtje of
LA EUROPEA' fuhi.ture store
Centrad Aic. at E. 3*st St. Phone: 2-U3* 3- 1S33
a EASY PAYMENTS CLUB PLAN
* HOME DELIVERY
delicious earaela ia POST-
Vvadariee-
10 package I
TENS I Your whole family will
enjoy these single-serving
paokigne at every- bmakfaat
Sibert Lodge Uivea
Annual Dance
The membeiB of Sibert Lodge,
of Gatun, ga\e their annuul
dance at the (.Vjco Solo Officers
Club Fslday evening with ovr
two hundred members and guesii
attending.
Mr. Curtis George was chair-
man for the affat. and was as-
sisted by Mr. Chivies Delaney,
Mr. Dald McllheAny and Mr.
Howard Clarke.
A number of door* prizes were
given by Mr. Clarketof "Shaw's,"
and they were won by Mr. Louis
Palmer, Mrs. H. J. Thornton and
Mr. W. A. Cassady. '
Among the special guests were
the District Grand mftstar, Mr.
James Jacobs of Balboa, wlin
Miss Helen MUloy. The Master of
Sibert Lodge and Mrs-, William
Badders. with Lt. and vMrs. Ed
Walthers and Mr. and iwrs. Hen-
ry carpenter and the A taster of
Sojourners' Lodge and IHrs. Carl
H. Stance.
Buplacate Bridge Games-
There wete six tables of dupli-
cate bridge at the MaTgania
Clubhouse Monday evening- In-
terested Atlantic Side residents
are cordially Invited to Jot the
group ,
The high scorers were: Eas>t
and West: Mr. Sidney Passallbgue
with Mr. Herbert Delgado; ,Mr.
and Mrs. w. J. McLaughlin, Jr..
Mrs. R. B. Ward and Mrs. Leslie
W. Croft. North and 8outh. hus.
L. B. Cottrell and Mr. W. E. Gib-
son; Miss Jean Doble and fr
Harry Friedland; and Mr. aid
Mea John Fahnestock.
Arriving from Colombia
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joule ar-
rived today from Colombia ea.
route to Canada for a vacation.
While In port they will be tho
guests of Mrs. Joule's aunt and
uncle, Dr. and Mrs. Rafael de
Boyrle.
They have resided In Colombia
lor. the past two yearn and will
visit In Guatemala and other
Central American countries on
tfeir way to the States and Can-
ada
Gary Irving Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Irving, of
Gatun. entertained with a picnic
supper and party at the Saddle
Club Saturday afternoon for their
son. Gary, on his eighth birthday
anniversary.
The children spent the after-
noon horseback riding. A large
birthday cake with 'a. chocolr-in
horse, as the center decoration,
was served with other refresh-
ments.
Morning Coffee
for Church Cheles
The members of the Dorcas and
Ruth Circles of the Gatun Union
Church Auxiliary will meet Tues-
day at 9:30 a.m. at the home of
Mrs. D. P. Howe to make plans
for the card party they are spon-
soring.
Departures During the Weekend
Mrs. Virginia Knowlton Chris-
tian, sailed Friday for New York.
She will spend a two-month va-
cation in Amherst, Mass., and
other eastern cities.
Mauldin of Oatun. Thursday
evening, before their departure.
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mauldin had open
house Thursday evening so their
friends could bid farewell to the
Mains who will reside in Mem-
phis, Tenn.
Farewell Party
for Mrs. Dabek
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed, enter-
tained at their Margarita resi-
dence Saturday e.-.ning for their
daughter, Mrs. Raymond J. Da-
bek, who Is leaving Tuesday to
join her husband In Mobile, Ala-
bama.
The other dinner guests wer:
Mrs. Joyce Sebastian. Mrs, The!-
ma Lowe. Mrs. Mattison Macau-
lay and Richard Reed
Mrs. Dabek is the former Miss
Joan Reed, whose recent wedding
was of Interest to friends on both
sides of the Isthmus.
Dance Recital far
Benefit of July 4th Fund
The Ruoff Dance Studio w'-ll
grtve a dance recital Tuesday. A -
prll 3 at 7:30 p.m. In the auditor-
ium of the Cristobal High School
for thf benefit of the Atlantic
Side 4th of July fund.
Price of admission is 20 cents
for children and 40 cents for
adults.
Emblem Club Meeting
Emblem. Club No. 62 will hold
Its regular monthly business
meeting Tuesday at 7:30 at the
Elks Home. Mrs. Janet Cain, pre-
sident, will preside. The hostesses
will be Mrs. Teresa Day and Mrs.
Vera Fagerberg.
The winner of the white ele-
phant at the last business meet-
ing twas Mrs. Marlon Middlebrock.
Members are reminded of the
dance ta be given at the Elk
Home, April 14. by the Emblem
Club .Mrs. Dora Bell is chairman
of the committee In charge of ar-
rangements. Tickets may be ob-
tained by calling Coco Solo 33&
Girl Scout Leaders en Isthmus
Miss Clementine Miller, Execu-
tive Director ef the Western He-
misphere Internat tonal Shi
Scouts and Girl Guides and Miss
Ethel Rust arrived by plane yes-
terday from Puerto Rico where
they have been attending the
Western Hemisphere committed
meeting to make plans for tho
meeting to be held in Puerto Ri-
co this summer.
They are guests at the Hotel
Washington and will go to David
to visit the Girl Guides.
Turkey Dinner ta be
Sponsored by Auxiliary
The Woman's Auxiliary of th
Gatun Union Chureh will spon-
sor a turkey dinner to be given at
Sibert Masonic Temple in Gatun
Friday. April 13. There will he
two settings, at 5:00 and 8:00 p.r.i
Tickets are on sale at 11.50 for -
dults and 75 cents for children
under twelve.
Mr. William B. Wray. of New
Cristobal, sailed qn the Panama
for a two-month vacation to ba
spent In Kansas City vlslltng his
brother.
Miss Jean Dobie and Mrs. How-
ard Finnegan were among the
passengers On the Panama. Miss
Doble will spend a six-week va-
cation in Philadelphia and Mrs
Finnegan will have a more ex-
tended visit in other eastern ci-
ties.
Mrs. Earl T. Van Sciver and
daughter. Dale, who have been
visiting Lt. and Mrs. D. L. Andnis
of the Coco Solo Naval Station,
raft Friday to return to their
home in Glennside, Pennsvlva-
nla.
Mr. and Mrs. James Main were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hm
Dan's Dilemma )
Dan's pockets bad no silver
llalng.
For some money he was pining!
Then a P. A. Want Ad be
sighted.
Got a job.. now he's delighted!
Now, with Mia naw, i/nproyed
Modes, you can enjoy greater coflV
tort than you ever dreamed vuu
possible comfort-in-action.
Hor the new Models is so luxury
toftso truly comfortablethai 8
out of 10 women in recent tett re-
ported no chafing^ with Modest.
And there's a triple safety hieK
for extra-long protection.
Discover new freedom witb
SOFTS, S/LF-Ht
MODESS
(JrVmOM*-lJo#bH**l
ATTENTION. . Manager* umi Organisations
rftT THE JACKPOT . wi* (de TOP- BAND of the year . .
at your SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
HUGH HOWARD
, and His 12-PIECE SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
I FKATLRkNORUDY GENTLE ad bis tenor sax
COCO ami his singing tnuapet
HEAR the latest "hit" tunes from your weekly hit paradehiSTEN and DANCE
to the smoothest, sweetest, hottest, music all you folks ha,ve been hungry to hear!
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT . ASK the fork who have heard the band
ask the Managers of Clubs- and Organisation we've played for! Ask them
about record crowds who are following, the band, ol the ear! ADD IT ALL UP
3nd you'll fbjd IT PAYS TO PAY A LITTLE MORE and give your parties and
BQe that VITAL SHOT IN THE ARM!
~k Hom Avrnktblr far location Job, . ojr Dance Dates *
By Popidar Demand RETURN ENGAGEMENT. ALBROtaK VFEaCBR S CtVB
A aiW H
CURUNDU CIVIC COUNCIL BALLCtKlwdW-^Ajiri U.
The Tq Social ! 0/ the Year THE BEAUX ARTS BALL TIVOLI HOTEL
Date ta b Announced Lajee
CALL CURUNDU 81-5231 after, 4:50. p.m. COROZAL 85-3207 from 1 m to 4 p.m.
THE R.4ND THAT CANT BE BEAT
Just Watch Where The Crowd Go To Dance >

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#
ou're invtttino your money
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THE JEWlLRY STQRS
137 CENTRAL AVE. 137


mc.f six
THE PANAMA AMERICAN H INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, APRIL t, 1951
The More You Tell... The Quicker You Sell / v \
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
15 words
3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Ttvoll Av.
Phone 2-22111
KIOSKO OE I.ESSEPS
Parque de Leucpe
Panama
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Ave.
Plione 2-9441
BOTICA CARLTON
1)059 MeMndei Ave.
Pilone ?SS COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA /AMERICANO
No 55 Weal 12th Street
THE PANAMA .AMERICAN
No. 57 -H" Street Panam
No 12.17 CcDlra/i Ave. Colea
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1951 Mercury eonverti-
b'e green, black top. white side
- waifs, radio, 5.000 miles, 800 dol-
lors down, balance finance $60.00
per month. Albrook Field 3171.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Bellair.
radio, white sidewoll, 6.000 miles,
new car appearance. Tel.^3^-0738.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "88."
4 door sedan, Hydramatic, radio,
undercooted Like new. 5623-D.
Diablo, Tel. 2-1889
FOR SALE:'47 Winsor Club Coope.
Radio, seat cover, ventshades, spot-
light, undercooted, gyromatic shift.
'19 Windsor, 4-dcor, leother up-
holstery, radio ventshades, under-
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcohlica Anonymous
Boa 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
Dr. -Wendehake. Medical Clinic Day
and Night service. Phone 2-3479.
FOR SMTe
MitirellaneoiM
FOR SALE:High glota oil points
and enamel. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR SALE:Trailer, electric ironer,
record changer, 1 I long play rec-
ords, porcelain lavatory, 6-volt bat-
tery eliminator, 10 watt' 60-25
cycle amplifier. House 2053-C Cu-
rundu, 3rd Street.
cooted gyroshift. both m excellent Lester Piono y s,reeti house No. I,
condition. 61 -F 4th St. Coco Slito. | Apt )5 Hours between 4:00 and
Phone 493 Coco Solo, during work- 7 :00 in the afternoon,
week.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet. 4-door
Sedan, new condition. $1.500. Qtrs.
248-B Albrook A.F.B. Tel. 86-
4283._______________________________
FOR SALE:1940 Buick Club Coupe
good condition. 1459-C, Las Cru-
ces St.. Balboa. Phone 2-1207.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury Sport Se-
dan. 3.000 miles, like new. Will
trade for credit on new car. Stoles
delivery. Call 2-3279. Box 1565,
Balboa. ________
FOR SALE:"51 Ford 2-door Custom
WRodio. only 200 miles. May be
seen at 2132-A Curundu. Call 83-
5278, after 4:00 p.m.
. FOR RENT
Automobiles
- FOR SALE: Records of 33 1-3.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Brand new 8-4 cubic
foot Norge refrigerator, 60 Cycle,
best offer. 1489, Dohrmon or
Bolboa 2-3392.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool automatic
washer, quartermaster dresser, bed-
side table, beds and mattresses.
Bamboo table, bothinette, carriage,
25 cycle fan. 2115-C Curundu
83-2104.
RPM. All makes. Classical and po-
pular*. AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th St
6-A. Phone 3-1029.
FOR SALE:Radio Zenith 8 bands,
excellent condition, oil currents.
Phone Cristobal 1808.
WANTED
(Miscellaneous
WANTED 2 used cars. One old mo-
del, one new model. C. Z. Write
P. 0. Box 1474 Ancon. Informa-
tion including price.
Small American fomily desires to rent
a decent two bedroom apartment or
smoll Chalet in residential neigh-
borhood. Responsibility and good
care of properly nuoronteed. Advice
Tel, 2-2388. Business hours.
ITS LISS COSTLY!
Rent A Cor
U-Dive-lt
' See Panam leisurely as we do.
Just think!
Fo* a full 10 hours, touring 50 miles,
corying several friends, if you want
to. only $9,64 Insurance included.
We'll furnish driving permit free.
Call Ponom 2-1995. Goroge Elias.
Kilbey Awarded $25
*iVor buggestion
On Specifications
C. W. Kilbey. Assistant to the
General Manager 01 the Club-
house Division, received an
award of *25 *or an employe
susgestion watch resulted in me
aooption ol a more economical
ana eiiicient method of ootain-
Ing specinculions, prices and
otner uata irom suppliers in tne
United States concerning pro-
ducts on which Canal units wish
li, irmation.
.tnuey received the award and
a letter o commendation Irom
henry L. Donovan.
The adoption oi Kilbey's sug-
gestion is estimated to represe.it
a saving of $00 to $1,000 an-
nually to the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization.
..s a result of his proposal a
tfilierent procedure and new
Stanuard loim has oeen adopted
lor use by all units requesting
data on products they are inter-
ested in purchasing. The new
proceduie eliminates various
memoranda and reduces consi-
oerauly the number ot steps pre-
viously involved In obtaining
such information.
Help Wanted
FOR SALE: "Frigidaire" 7 cubic
foot refrigerator, 25 cycle, oil
porcelain. In excellent condition.
Tel. Panama 2-0028 betweatn 4
and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:Miscellaneous household
items, refrigerator, single mattress,
etc. House 207X-A, Pedro Miguel.
Phone 4-468.
FOR SALE:Coldspot Refrigerator.
W/Norge unit Needs minor repoir'.
$25.00. 1483-A Dohrman St. Balboa,
anytime. ,
FOR SALEMagic Chef stove. kitri-
en, porcelain table, sw.ng ccjeh.
Excellent condition. Bargain, $.100.
44th Street No. 15.
RESORTS
HOTIL PLAZA
Invites you, your family ond friends
to poss a week-end at the most
comfortable Hotel in the Interior:
Beautiful 'view terrace; wide salons;
neot, comfortable privte rooms;
best restaurant in town; air-con-
ditioned bar; gas station with me-
chanic repair shop; airplane trips
to acquaint /ou with the Interior;
short trips at reasonable prices.
HOTIL PLAZA
Sarlioqo da Veroguoi
Vifired by many American families
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
Grornlich's Sonta Clora beach,
cottoges, furnished, electric, rt-
> igerotion, moderate rotes. Phone
fiomboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
Will.om Santo Clara Beach Cottage.
two bedroom, alectr.c refrigera-
tion RocKgaa ranges Phono Bol-
boo 2 3050 Except Week-end.
FOR RENT:Foster's fern-shed cot-
tages, between Santa Clai and
Rio Hato. Phone 2-3142, Panama
or see caretaker.
FOR SALE:Singer Sewing Machine,
Magic Chef, gos stove. Und rwood
Typewriter. Babv Stroller, Playpen.
Phone 916, Coln.
Position Offered
WANTEDGirl Secretary. Apply Ca-
sa Central, between 9th .and 10th.
Bo'lvgr, opposite the F'ost Office,
Coln.
WANTED: Experienced English
speoking cook high wages, test re-
ferences requited. Applly between
eight and nine, morning. No. 11,
7th Street "El Coco." Son Fco.
Veteran Savs Teddy
Missed Battle
Of San Juan Hill
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Apr. 2.
i UP i "Many people think Ted -
dy Roosevelt charged up San
Juan Hill and took the blorr-.-
house but 'he wasn't within two
miles of the battle," one veteran
says
That's how 78 year-old Canton
Person recalls it. He was a rifle-
man in the 13th infantry regi-
ment that with the 16th and 24th
regiments, overran the Spanish
defenders to claim victory In ih.'
famous Cuban battle of th*
Spanish-American war.
The gray-haired veteran said
Roosevelt was on the other side
of a lake separating Kettle Hi'l
and Fort San Juan during :he
shooting.
The occasio nfor these renvnls-
eences was the presentation tr
the veteran of $787. donated oy
citizens of several Florida tov. is
to meet the cost of an emergency
operation for Person's wife.
FOR SALE
P.oiii- & Motors
FOR SALE: 30 ft. auxiliary sloop
"Sorolce" built by 'George Kneoss
of Colifornia. Sacrifice for $3,250.
00. See Boatmon, Bolboo Yacht
Club or 224 Central Avenue, Pon-
oma.
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ParraTw 3- 1871 or Cristbal 3-
1673
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT3 bedroom chalet, living-
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garage, spacious yard, fenced. Bus-
stop. Good neighbor hood. No. 22,
15th Street. After 5 p.m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
Card Expert Shows
How Its Done
OMAHA. Neb. Apr. 2. iUP>
Tip to amateur gamblers: You
haven't got a chance with a pro-
lessionai.
Michael McDougali. speaking
to the Ad-Seil-League here sair.
"If you see a player cupping true
fingers around the deck so that
the thumb and index finder
touch, you're probably being
cheated."
To illustrate. McDougali dealt
himself five cards. Four were
aces.
More Than 400 Attend
Youth Crusade Opening
More than 400 persons were
?resent for the opening night of
he Youth Crusade held at the
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
at Cabo Verde.
The meetings begin at 7:30
p.m. The publfe is Invited to hear
!these meetings along with a love-
Jy musical background.
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rooms sittingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, service completely inde
pendent. 43rd Street No. 44.
Navy Storekeeper
Charged In Balboa
With Embezzlement
A charge of grand embezzle-
ment was placed today in Bal-
boa Magistrate's Court against
David F. Mahoney, 41. American
storekeeper at the Naval Supply
Facility at Rodman.
Mahoney is charged with
having appropriated for his own.
use $80 in funds which belonged
to the Navy.
He was picked up about 2:30
p.m. Friday for questioning aud
held over the weekend for the
formal charge to be placed to-
day.
Preliminary hearing on charge is set for Wednesday
afternoon Mahoney"s bail is set
at $500.
France's /tortol
Tells US Connress
Isolation. Is Death'
WASHINGTON. April 2. (UP> -
French President Vincent Auriol
told a Joint ISouse Senate session
today that France wants peace
but will figrit any aggressor be-
cause "isolaition is death."
Auriol told the session, as th
Senate prepared to vote on send-
ing more United States troops to
Europe, that France rejects "the
oarbarou.'i name of 'neutralism'
as 'no sense' and a 'moral absur-
dity."
Hesal'i: "The peonle of Frsnce
know that neutrality, whether
dcelareti armed or disarmed, has
orotected neither Belgium, the
Netherlsnds, Norway nor Den-
mark, and that an aggressor ne-
ver wovld stop at a frontier pos'
even if it should be surmounted
by a dove holdlne a branch of an
olive tree." (The Communist
Dove of Peace.)
Au/lol spoke in French. Among
his q.udience were many Repubii -
cans who have challenged Eu-
rope's will to fight under the At-
lantic Pact banner of General
Dwl (ht D. Eisenhower.
/iuriol demanded to know who
could seriously question France's
d(! ermlnatlon to defend Itself
n iter its actions in two World
Wars, its four year fight against
Jommunism in Indochina, the
participation of French troops in
Korea and French plans for re-
armament and cooperation with
>the free nations.
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building, tor turlhei details coll
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Y0UK HOUSEWORK
WILL BE EASIER WITH
KITCH'K HANDY
CABINET ATTACHMENTS
Disappearing towel bars
Cup Shelves Spice 8helves
Pot Holders Utensil Holders
and many others
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Viim furniture like nc
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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
Shippers Fear PC Toll Rise;
Want Board Group Changed
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS (or rent
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
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8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East ond Ave. Mexi-
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FOR RENTNicely furnishehd apart-
ment including electric refrigerator,
good surroundings. All screened,
$55.00. 112 Via Pt.'lisario Porras
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Panam.
Roujrhed-up Diplomat
Hoes Home to Hospitnl
BUCHAREST. April 2 i UP)
Hungarv has recalled charge
naff aires in Belgrade. Istvan
Hrabec. tier an alleged beating
up with revolver butts by the
Yugoslav secret police "because
te proper treatment of his
wound cannot be guaranteed in
Belgrade."
THE I.EFEVRE CORP
Phon* 2-Xm .
LOTS FOR SAl.r
Down Payment $!!>.
Monthly Payment IIS.
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ground leveling
We Rent Lot* on Long Termv
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FOR RENT: One-bedroom apart-
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porch, terrace, kitchen, gorage,
hot-woter connection, cedar closets.
Mayfair Apartments. Phone office
hours 2-3059.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tivoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
FOR SALE:Aportmenl, hot water
instalotion. For married couple or
or bachelor. Apply Perejil house
No. 7 'Macia." Tel. 3-1404.
FOR RENTNice apartment in 49th
St. No. 14 (top floor) with garage.
Open oil day. Telephone 2-1248.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
room in Bello Visto. With oil com-
forts. No. 13. 43rd Street.
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clean room, meols if desired. Bella
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West Hopes Agenda
For Biq-4 Talks
May Cain Approval
PARIS. Apr. 2 (UP)The West
believed agreement was at last
in sight as the Big Four deputies
entered the fifth week of their
Paris ta'ks today.
Both East and West have
aereed to stop bargaining over
side issues dragged in bv both
sides to extract concessions from
the other.
Instead they will concentrate
at last on the basic problem of
drawing up a foreign ministers'
asenda on the main causes of
Fast-West tension In Europe to-
day.
Farmer Fights Foxes
To Pay For Lost Dog
LORAIN. O.. Apr. 2. (UP> A
rabid fox bit and killed Lee Kli-
neet's favorite .dog. so Kltnect. a
farmer, swore revenge on the
whole fox tribe.
He set to work trapping and
hunting the animals and got 18
within a few days. He got $54 for
thvrr$3 bounty per fox.
Kllnect said his dog was worth
about $100. so he's going after at
least 16 more foxes to rmke up
he dire-nce and leave him $2
o the good.
Yellow Paint
CHEYENNE. Wyo., Apr. 2. (UP)
Wyoming 'cattle have learned
how to get by a cattle guard, but
a line of yellow paint still stumps
them,
The Wyoming highway depart-
ment disclosed that experiments
in curbing the wanderlust of the
range cattle have turned up yel-
low paint as one solution.
Department officials said a stu-
dy showed that it would cost
more than $5,000,000 for fence a-
lone to close off the open range
from the highways and that even
then the cattle Ignore the cattle
guards and get onto the roaos
anyway.
So the department tried paint
lng wide yellow lines to simula/e
cattle guards. Apparently !?
works, for some unknown reason.
"Not a cow has crossed one yet,"
one official said.
Czech Priests Held
In Concentration Camp
ROME, April 2 (UP) Arch-
bishop Joseph Beran of Prague
has been confined at Rozmltal.
Southern Bohemia, according to
the newly formed Czechs' Cath-
olic Action.
The group said the Czech
Government has started a con-
centration camp for clergymen
at Zrliv and imprisoned more
than 265 priests there.
PURE LINEN
SHEETS 72x108" ___.. 5 95
All sizes
PILLOW CASES 22x33" 1.25
UNEN BY YARD
TABLECLOTHS
LINEN SHIRTS
CASA FNIX
The Linen Store
Ave. Central 155
Tel. 2-2790
Under a Washington dateline
the "New York Journal of Com-
merce" carried the following
story Saturday:
"Alarm over a possible upward
revision in Panama Canal tolls is
being voiced in shipping circles
nere.
"The basis for the concern is
the way the reorganization of the
Canal voted by Congress last year
is working out in practice.
Congress created a new com-
pany to administer the affairs oi
the inter-ocean waterway and its
related business activities. It de-
creed that naval vessels should no
longer be exempt from tolls an?;
that rates should be set on a ba-
sis that would make the canal
self-sustaining.
"These principles in general
met with the approval of tl>;
shipping companies that uso
the Canal but the industry ha*
found cause for concern in (1)
the composition of board of the
new canal company and (I) es-
timates that canal operation*
at present rates are not likely
to be self-sustaining.
"It is understood that the board
of the canal company will con-
sist of the present members of the
board of the Panama Railroad
Company. rv (
"The contention of / shipping
people Is that the board is too
heavily loaded with representa-
tives of the Defense Departme.it
and that it falls to Include
enough men with business back-
ground and knowledge of mari-
time affairs.
"What worries them perhaps
even more is a budget estimate
submitted by Canal authorities
for the fiscal year 1952 which es-
timates that revenue will be
some $2.5 million less than realiz-.
ed fcr the calendar year 1950.
"In light of the current ship-
ping situation, maritime leaders
frankly just cannot understand
how such an estimate was arrived
at. They point out that Interna-
tional shipping is on the Increase
with the merchant fleets of the
world fully engaged and that the
Unfed States Is withdrawing a
large number of vessels from its
reserve fleets many of which will
be passing through the Canal
and paying tolls.
"Present plans call for the new
company to take over the opera-
tions in the near future. A pub-
lic hearing in advance of the es-
tablishment of a new toll sched-
ule is due to be held late this
spring at which time the indus-
try will have a chance to present
evidence that will presumably
help the board in deciding what
tolls will be made effective next
January.
"Frazer A. Bailey, president of
the National Federation of Ame-
The first class In first aid to be conducted at Fort Amador
swung into action this morning Monday when Lt. William O.
Dolan of the Panama Canal Fire Department demonstrated
the correct trying of a shoulder bandage on Mrs. Bonnie Oer-
rell, member of the class. The bandage holds a compress in
place. (US Army Photo)
Joint 1st Aid Class
For Disaster Control
Started Series Today
Following weeks of preparation,
the first of a series of classes in
first aid was conducted this
morning at Panam Area Dam-
age Control School at Fort Clay-
ton under the auspices of the
Joint Army, Navy and Air Force
Disaster Control Center.
Thirty-three military and civ-
ilian dependents were enrolled in
the morning class which was
Cross First Aid Instructors-
course, as well as by Army doc-
tors and a Navy nurse.
Five classes are scheduled
for Fort Amador, five for Fort
Clayton and six each for Al-
brook Air Force Base, Fort Kob-
be, and Naval Station, Rodman.
Simultaneously, eight classes
are being conducted on the At-
lantic side, five at Fort Gulick
and three at Coco Solo.
All residents in the program
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel!
conducted by Lt. William. O. Do-
lan of the Panam Canal Fire
the National reaeranon oi ne- Department whose services have will ~receve"8 hours'of'strc-
rican Sh'PP"^^"??*;" I been loane? to..the sch'f0r the 'ilon ^ " addtttonal four-
have expressed the induf try montn oi April. | hour course presentlng the aspect
concern In a letter to Asslstan
Secretary of the Army Karl
In a letter to Assistant. ; 0f first aid "relative to clvjlde-
* I Another class started this af- fense.
ternoon and another was sched-
uled for this evening. Classes at
different posts are to be conduct-
ed by women who have recently
completed the American Red
Bendetson.
"Bailey is said to have sug-
gested that more businessmen
be named to the Canal compa -
ny board to replace some of the
Army engineers who now make
up a large part of its personnel.
"Bailey is not specifically ask-
ing that shipping men be placed
on the Canal board, but he is re-
ported to have volunteered that
the services of the Federation lu ,
submitting to the Secretary of the 11*1 Hi Army a panel of names of per- ffal rlOQUCllOll
sons with the qualifications that |
the industry feels should be de- | BONN, April 2
slrable in those administering' western powers
West Rips Bans
From German
Eisenhower Takes
Pact Army Group
In His 1st Order
PARIS, April 2 (UP) Gen-
eral Dwight D. Elsenhower this
morning flashed a decree assum-
ing responsibility for the defense
of Europe to the 12 Governments
of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
ganization (NATO), to the West-
ern Union Defense Organization,
and to the NATO standing group
in London.
Asked at a press conference
exactly what happened when the
first order he has Issued since
he returned to begin his second
Crusade In Europe was given
early this morn ins Elsenhower
grinned broadly and said:
"Nothing very wiuch l think."
He explained that military tra-
dition and usage demanded that
a new commander of his high
status Issue orders assuming con-
trol.
Iran Opposition
Fails To Revoke
Martial Law State
TEHERAN. April 2 (UP) Op-
position efforts to revoke mar-
tial law in crisis-ridden Tehe-
ran stalled in Parliament today
for lack of a oimrum. The debate
was postponed till next week.
what is In effect a large businecs
venture.
"Of the present 11 members of
the board, four are civilian repre-
sentatives of the Department of
the Army, four are Army gener-
als and two are Canal officials
Business representation appears
to consist of one expert account-
ant, one insurance man and one
engaged in the car ferry and ho-
tel business.
The Industry is also seeking a
conference In advance of the
public rate hearing at which it
would be possible to stipulate
many of the facts and reduce the
time to be taken up by the hear-
ing. It points out that such pre-
hearing conferences are now
common practice among admin-
istrative rate-making bodies.
"Another matter of concern to
the industry is the losses the ca-
nal Is expected to experience in
some of Its related activities, in-
cluding the operation of a steam-
ship line.
"Shipping men content thai
the philosophy of the new law
calls for the various activities of
the canal company to be self-sus-
taining and that losses In these
related activities should not be
offset by tolls.
US Floods Recede
Leaving 12 Dead,
Thousands Homeless
CHICAGO, April 2 (UP)
Pioods are receding slowly a-
long rivers in the East, Midwest
and South, leaving 12 persons
dead and thousands homeless.
Health authorities are light-
ing to prevent epidemics in
flood areas covering part of 10
states. Residents In most affect-
ed areas ha\ '.en warned to
boil drinking water.
The dead Include five persons
In the New York-New Jersey
area, two each In Alabama and
Mississippi, and one each in
Connecticut and Iowa.
More than 1,000 families, pos-
sibly 3,000 persons, sre home-
less In the New York area
alone.
(UP) The
told German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to-
day that they are softening the
trust busting policy in the Ruhr
steel belt and allowing Germans
to produce long banned, war po-
tential goods for Western de-
fense.
The Allied High Commission
wrote Adenauer that:
1) His suggestions for a less
severe Allied anti-trust program
in return for German agreement
to the 8chuman Plan were ap-
proved;
2) There will be relaxation of
restrictions on German produc-
tion in the war potential field
through a revision of the three
power agreement on prohibited
and limited industries in West-
ern Germany.
The new agreement, to be of-
ficially promulgated tomorrow,
tears the lid off for the produc-
tion of synthetic oil and rubber,
m.e r c h a n t ships of any size
chlorine and other gases and
chemicals, and many types of
machine tools and bearings.
The training program Is being
conducted in order that there
will be sufficient trained first aid
workers to cope with the number
of casualties which would result
from any disaster in the Panam
Area. Once trained, these will be
utilized by Army, Naw and Air
Force disaster Control Zone Com-
manders In the formation of first
aid teams at specific areas of re-
sponsibility.
Those who registered for the
class were:
Mesdames R. McBrlde. F. H.
Stone, T. A. Gerrells. M. H. Jack-
son. A. Hillebrand. W. J. Bennett,
W, N. Holladay, J. W. Bundy, A.
H. Qerry, W. S. McArtor. S. W.
Slaughter, W. Lynch, E.G. Brown,
W. L. Wells, L. Butler. J. L. Faulk-
ner. H. L. Landt. L. H. Bechtol, R.
E. Porter. C. M. Pugh, D. Brown:
G. E. Malby, A. H. Hage. R. B. Al-
len, A. Lathrom. S. M. Hon. M. S.
Shore, J. F. Barber. B. Geery, D.
W. Mather, P. L. Peterson and E.
D. Foster.
Argentine Atomic
Scientist Fails In
Two Suicide Tries
RIO DE JANEIRO, April 2
(UP) Police said here today
that Oino Turrinl, 27, described
as an Argentine nuclear physic-
ist, twice tried to commit suicide,
once by trying to leap from a
plane in midair and later by try-
ing to hang himself.
The head of Argentine Air-
lines here told the police Turrini
tried to open the door and leap
from a plane en route to Rio de
Janeiro from New York.
When the plane landed at Rio
he was taken to a sanitarium
where he tried to hang himself
with a sheet. Nurses rushed him
to a first aid hospital where he
was revived.
Turrinl is described as being
en route to his home in Buenos
Aires after studies in the United
States. Argentine embassy per-
sonnel here did not know him.
AF Planes Resume
Globemasler Search
LONDON, April 2 (UP).Unit-
ed States Air Force planes criss
crossed the Atlantic southwest
of Ireland today In the sudden-
ly resumed search for the miss-
ing air force Globemaster which
crashed 11 days ago with 53
persons aboard.
The United States 3rd Air Di-
vision said the search, called off
four days ago, would now con-
tinue indefinitely.
No reason is given for the re-
newed search efforts. The orders
came from Washington.
There Is almost no hope that
any persons aboard the Globe-
master could still be alive. Air
Force planes swept low over the
search area from dawn. There
are moderate winds and light
rains.
Top 10 CZ Cops
Score 178 Or Over
In Annual Shoot
The ten high scorers in Satur-
day's \annual C. Z. police pistol
shoot were reported today by of-
ficial scorers.
They were: Peter Stephen Pro-
back, top man with a perfect
score of 200; Paul S. Stewart of
Cristobal. 191: H. J. Toland, from
the Pedro Miguel station, 186;
Buford L. Cooper, of Cristobal,
tied with Robert A. Engelke of
Balboa with 184; Grady C. Har-
dlson, of Cristobal. 181; Paul M.
Glaros. of the Balboa district,
180: Hiram Overall of Balboa. 179
and F. H. Robinson of Cristobal,
178.


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MR. fc MRS. UNITED STATES:
The Kefauver Committee has done a food Job of showing UP
the American underworld with its poUtical tleups. But never to
history has the sinful life been given the effectiveand mislead-
ing advertising it got from the Senate hearings in the last few
weeks...When the average, hard working, debt-ridden ctttsep
heard that a Frank Costello can swing emotions and keep jw.oou
in cash around the house for spending moneyhis first reaction
was not apt to be indignation so much as envy.
But that's one of the limitations of this modern world. Televi-
sion can give a picture, but only the mind can give the view...
For every so-called successful Costello there are five thousand
misled kids in reform schools and 10,000 men behind prison bars
.. .Frank Costello, on the surface, was a winner. But the losers In
the criminal gamethe prisoners In the penitentiarycould have
testified that all of Costello's money Isn't worth the right of a
free man to take a walk in the Spring.
Waen toe chic Virginia Hill unfolded her amaaing life
story contributing nothing to the Committees knowledge
of crimeafter her tardy arrival was excused by Senator
Kefauver with the explanation "ladles from my part of the
country are traditionally late"), many a young girl must
hnvo wondered: Who really knows best? Mother or Virginia
Hill?...After doing all the things called wrong, there she
was on top of the world, with a beautiful home in Miami
Beach and a handsome husband and baby!
Bat H is a very hard life for any woman to receive more at-
tention than affectionand even harder to receive more anection
than respect. The Ufe of Virginia Hill sounds glamorous to the
uninitiated. But as Damon Runyon said: "It reads a whole lot
better than it Uves." Most women would gladly trade every lur coat
or Miami mansion they might own to avoid having the man they
love shot between the eyes with a rifleor the thousand tortured
hours spent waiting for It...And, of course, for every girl like
Virginia Hill who hit the highlights of the Shadow Circuit, there
are 10.000 pitifully dependent upon the whim of a criminal's
twisted mind or their next meal.. .Television could not tell any-
one of their storiesnot only because It is too gruesomebut be-
cause there Is nothing more boring than repeated sordldness.
The Senator have proven that the underworld Is based on one
principal source of revenue: Gambling, and 90% of that horse
gambling.. .But some eminent psychologists would tell you the
reason public Interest and Indignation are so high, was not be-
cause, the spotlight was on Frank Costellobut because America
was holding the mirror up to itself. Frank Costello, sitting In the
witness chair, was not the average citizen's two dollar bet come
home to winbut come home to roost.
Whother or not the average citizen likes to believe it. it Is i us'
as Immoral for him to place an Illegal bet wltb the gamblers as It
is for the gamblers to bribe public officials.. .The gamblers do not
use their own money to bribe public officials; they haven't
enough. They must use the public's...Anyone born before noon
today knows that part of his two dollar bet goes to the crooked
combine between criminals and politicians. Under the common
law, knowing that makes him an accessory before the factand
an accessory before the fact is a principal to the crime.. .Accord-
ingly, Mr. and Mrs. Betting America, take a good look at Frank
Costello because more than he was your enemyhe was vour
AGENT I
What the television pictures lacked was montage.
They should bare had plenty of background shots; in fact,
they left out the main character, which was Mr. and Mrs.
Millions of Bettiui Public.. .They should have shown
background shote of the crowds swarming up to the bet-
ting windows; the busy horse rooms around the country
serviced by the eminently respectable A. T. L T and the
conservative newspapers with the racing results. And, of
course, the delegation of happy U. S. Senators being re-
ceived by the Governor of Kentucky at last year's Ken-
tucky Derby. Or, to make It more timely, the horde of
Washington politicians skipping the Kefauver hearings to
swarm out of the opening of Laurel last Good Friday!
This is no defense of ambling or official-bribing, but It is an
attack on hypocrisy.. .Under-his Constitutional rights, Frank
Costello need not confess to anything on the witness stand. On
tiie other hand. Costello is perfectly satisfied with the gambling
situation... Mr. and Mrs. America and the United States Senate
are not. They want to do something about It. But. unfortunatelv.
It Is a first rule of the law they SAY thev seek to uphold that the
applicant come In with clean hands.. Well. Mr. and Mrs. America
at least half of you haven't got them. The hands of half the adult
population ere soiled bv the billions of dollars they have paid ou;
in $2 betsthe tinv little raindrops out of which comes the torrent
of corruption... Mr. and Mrs. Two Dollar Bettor, you can stop
speculating on who Is the Man Higher Up. Not very surprisinglv
to those who know how thev System worksMr. and Mrs. Two
Dollar Bettorit is You!
Gambling is as broad as the nationand not a narrow as the
televised pictures of the witness stand. What people areand what
people should beas old a story as the Garden of Eden. As Lin-
coln Steffens said of that: "It wasn't Adam's fault and It wasn't
Eve's fault. It wasn't the Serpent's fault either. It was the fault
of the Apple thev wanted."
THII H YOU rOgtlM THI KtADlRS OWN COtUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Mail tea is an open rentas tar oseara l The Panama America*
Letters ara received arstarirrh aad ora kaajlod ia a wholly confidential
maaner.
II vea caatirBste a letter don't Be impatient II M aaesa't aaatai rut
itxt day. Letter* ara pualishea la lh. ordo received.
Breast trv re keep the lean limited re *aa ease length
Identity at letter writer i held la strictest confidence
This nawtaeaat assumes a* resacnsifcllitv far ttotementa at opinions
expressed in letter free* readers
in the United States
WHY AND WHY??
Cristobal. C.S.
Panama American
Mall Box Dept.
Panama. R.P.
Dear Sir:
This is the first time I have
written to the Mall Box and hope
that you will print this. Some-
time ago when the Income Tax
question first arose, an article
was printed in the paper that the
Panamanian Government was
having its Ambassador to Pana-
ma present a formal protest to
the State Department In Wash-
ington. D.C., regarding the legal-
ity of taxing employes In the Ca-
nal Zone, as the Treaty between
Panama and the United States
elearly states that the Un'ted
States could not tax employes in
the Canal Zone. What happened
to the protest was It ever pre-
sented or did it die a natural
deatp like everything else?
Also when Pay-as-you-go
Taxation was Initiated In the
United 8tates. tax payers in the
United States were "forgiven"
one year's taxes so they would not
be taxed for two years In the
same calendar year. If this could
fcp mailed to the minions of tax-
payers
why Is it fair to tax the people of
the Canal Zone for 2 years In one
calendar year?
A Taxpayer
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE
Cristobal, C /
March 25. 1931
Mail Box Editor:
Can you find the answer to
these questions? If so, please put
it In your Mail Box column -
others would like to know.
(1) What rate on PRR snips
does p visiting Congressman
pay?
(Si What rate does he pay for
his wife and children?
(3) Does he have any loophole
he may use so as Not to pay? Or
does he by some hocus-pocus gel
a refund?
(4> What rate does he pav At
the Tivoii?
We thank you for the answers.
A. B. Smith
(It Nothing
(2> Same rate as Panama Ca-
no 1 employes pay: S40-S55 one
way.
(Si Not that we know of.
(41 Again, same rates as '.hose
charged government employes
You're welcome.
Labor Mew
And
(Comment
By Victor Riesel
HOLLYWOOD They're going
to take take the hisses oui oi
ihe auoiences and put uitm on
the screens of tne world in a
month or so the Aiger nisses,
i mean. And grana little Helen
Hayes will star In a suli unuued
ouy movie.
But this will be more than a
movie; It will be tne most mo-
dern of weapons the psyeno-
loglcal explosive in the figni be-
tween us uno the Soviet ior the
minds of the "workers of the
world." although snot on a pri-
vate stualo low it automatically
becomes a weapon In our govern-
ment's global campaign to keep
tne Russians from turning wont-
ing people abroad into fanatical
ana-American troops.
It becomes one o 42 Holly-
wood featured Urns, lu av-
cumentary snorts and some
400 anti-Communist scripts
now planned by our own pay-
cnoioyicai strategists 10 oe
shown on improvised screens
at some Congo cross-ioaas, as
well as in tne movie palaces
oj giant cities.
That s wny me FBI Is in here,
and on Broaaway, clearing
scores ol technical aaviseis. mis
isa war-piopaganda race ior me
soul of a satellite citizen before
he oecomes a feovieiizea soialer.
Bay wnat you will oi tne nony-
wood producers, but do creult
them wltn the skill ana loyalty
to get into this ilgnt to win oat-
ues oeiore the war starts.
And soon, afater these firms
are edited, cut, and stutied into
those round cans, tney'il be
lown across the world and
placed In mobile movie units,
i'hese area sound trucks with
protective lllm screens tor out-
door showings beiore loln-clotn-
ed Africans, burnoosea Araos
and toga-ed Hindus.
How efiectlve Is all this cart-
ing of movie cans araound the
globe? Well, Eric Johnston, while
nead of the Motion Picture Pro-
ducers Assn., was gabbing not so
long ago with a White House
oiiiclal, when the government
man disclosed:
"Based one reports I've re-
ceived }rom Italy, can say
that iOreta OarOo's) Nlnotch-
ka, a hilarious 1939 anti-Soviet
movie reissued several years
ago, was one of the mqst de-
cisive single factors in turning
the Italian elections two years
ago against the Communists.
It was good entertainment and
the audiences all over Italy
flocked to see it. What they
saw and remembered toas a
film that ridiculed ana satiriz-
ed the Communists and held
up their pretense to the mock-
ing laughter of scorn and con-
tempt."
Small wonder then that one
of the first things the Soviet
armies did In their early Korean
blitzkrieg was to seize American
films. The Soviet agit-props
(propaganda sectional chieis)
had had bitter experiences with
working class reaction to Amer-
ican movies in Europe. Not too
long ago, the Communists took
the "Grapes of Wrath," mock-
ingly retired it "The Paradise
That is America," sent it into
their movie houses and sat back
waiting for the satellite prole-
tariat to turn against Ann.; lea
because of the bitterness of the
Okies In the valleys of Califor-
nia.
Instead of anger, the satellite
union members, who had re-
ceived special tickets and Invi-
tations, were amazed by two
things. The so-called depressed
American proletariat actually
wore shoes (which millions of
collectized peasants still don't
have) and when the police drove
the Okies from their tents and
shanty towns, the American
fruit pickers lied In their own
cars. An automobile is something
only a Party commissar or
functionary has In Soviet lands.
Recently Warsaw unions were
ordered to distribute movie tick-
ets for a special matinee at the
Atlantic theatre In that tragic
city. "Film Polski," the govern-
ment's official movie trust, was
going to give the workers a gay
Sunday afternoon and the Pol-
ish unionists flocked to the play-
house to forget their troubles.
For on the marquee was the
sign 'Random Harvest,' starring
those charming American and
British symbols of bourgeois ca-
pitalism, Ronald Coleman and
Greer Garson.
The lights went out and the
screen lit up with the ofii:lal
Russian picture 'Moscow's 800th
Anniversary." For a moment the
crowd didn't understand. Then it
cut loose. They shouted; stamp-
ed their feet; ripped up chairs
and blocked off the projection
light.
They drowned out the sound
track; booed the loading man-
ager and then rushed for the
lobby only to find MVD
guards with Tommy guns.
They went back in, but as
the lights went out again they
shout e d, "Down with the
thieves. Long Uve America."
Finally Ronald Coleman and
Greer Qarson hit the screen.
The agit-prop had yielded to
this labor demonstration.
So its been the world over. In
Japan, thousands of union peo-
ple see our mobile movies daily.
In Berlin, there are 10 theatres
open for working people from
the Soviet tone and 500,000
have flocked across and risked
MVD lines in the past eight
months to see American cinemas.
ICopvrioht 1911, r-ost-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
Wotta Man!
Grey Ethics
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.Nothing seems to make a great
deal of sense these days, or had you noticed?
All the academic arguments about the 38th
Parallel, as If they were dlscuslng the house
rules for a croquet game. The draft Is cut, at
t'.ie same time they announce they are hiring
commercial soldiers and calling up high-ranking
reserves.
One of the best men I know with a phrase,
Joe Mitchell, wrote a piece one time about being
hit on tthe head with a cow when he was a
boy. I will steal Joe's Une. Every time I pick
up a paper or enter Into a conversation or clock
a TV set today I feel like I have been hit on
the head by a cow.
It is a tremendous world, today, when a dig-
nified mobster like Frank Costello has an at-
tempted robbery on hit home as a result of the
publicity he received for not showing his face
on a television show. Under ordinary circum-
stances not even a coked-up moron would make
a pass at the privacy of Mr. Costello.
What I mean, you feel numb all the time.
You know tnlngs are happening, but the Impact
Is like the feel of your lips when the dentist
shoves a needle into the gum. Just numb.
Something has happened to values, somewhere
along the line. There seems to be no more right
and wrong, no more black and white, no more
good and bad. There Just seems to be a broad
gray area which encompasses everything.
There Is a sort of general despair, as if we
had all been let down. Everything Is In a hassel
clay feet coming unstuck from Idols, stupid-
ities on high, and cynicism rampant.
The President of the United States has be-
come the butt of manv bad jokes, and a great
many of them deserved. The nation's capital
is almost a cuss word, and when you see where
the leaders have run. with their leadership. It
makes you leel like crying a little bit.
Sacredness has slightly departed law and or-
der I see where Judge Lelbowitz estimates
that the New York police take 25 million bucks
a year In graft alone. The word "politician"
has lately stopped somewhere between "fool"
and "knave."
Wo have been treai.'d lately to a horrid diet
cf Compromise and expediencey. of cheapness
and blunders, to where the average kid might
wonder if honesty were the best policy, since he
has seen so little of around lately.
The air of bewilderment thickens when you
see the hoodlums standing on their "Constitu-
tional rights." when "Constitutional rights"
merely means to them a lawyer's gimmick to
maybe save them from a Jolt In the can. They
never heard of the Constitution until recently;
yet It Is developing that these slmonized bums
have a heavy thumb on the scales of the na-
tion's law. as administered by elected polticos.
The tax thing has gotten so out of fist that
the Incentive to labor lessens dally, and security
is a sometime thing. Youth seeks social secur-
ity and spurns rugged free enterprise. Some
odd things have happened to the marriage by-
laws, as rigged by our fathers, and It all seems
funny and distorted, as an Image seen In a wavy
mirror In a fun house.
Seems to me we are standing In need of a
dose of mental and spiritual sulphur and mo-
lasses, and a fresh indoctrination based on the
Rover boys and Horatio Alger. I would like to
see it once more where a bov can marry the
banker's daughter, bv dint of hard work. In-
stead of achieving fame and fortune by throw-
ing basketball games.
G. I.'s Abroad
By Peter Edson
o /
WASHINGTON (NEA) First of what Is prob-
ably a new crop of reports on the questionable
behavior of American troops in Europe are be-
ginning to appear. This Is an old story as
old as war Itself. Yet It's always treated as
something new.
Latest manifestation of this phenomenon
comes In the form of a letter to Sen. Lyndon
Johnson of Texas. Senator Johnson Is chairman
of the Senate Preparedness ejubcommittee. This
group has thus far been so busy investigating
the material evils of the defense programwaste
..._d Inefficiency that it hasn't got around to
Investigating the human relationships and "mb-
r 1 values of the cold war. Yet they're Involved,
too. After all. we're preparing to fight If ne-
cessary for principles, not conquest and loot.
Senator Johnson's letter of criticisms on Am-
erican troops' conduct In Europe comes from one
of his constituents. W. Jack Lewis of Austin.
He was a Navy reserve chaplain during the war.
and he served with the Marines in their Pacific
Uland-hopplng campaign from New Guinea to
Leyte in the Philippines. So the fact that he is
a preacher with a prejudiced point of view is
perhaps offset by the fact that he has seen war
lr the raw and is no saint in a sanctuary. Be-
ing only 36. Lieutenant Commander Lewis is
subject to active duty recall at any time.
Currently the Rev. Mr. Lewis has a West-
minster fellowship for advanced study ak St.
Andrew's University, Scotland. Recently he
boarded a train for London and entered a com-
partment in which were three American airmen
"nicely dressed, good-looking young men.
Thev had a case of beer on the seat. They mis-
took the Rev. Mr. Lewis for a Britisher.
This Is a highly condensed and expurgated
version of his letter: "I know the difference be-
tween 'salty talk' and filth I hive served with
officers and men... of whom i' was said that
every time they spit the grass withered. But
these men weren't on some ci ral I le cursinu
mosoultoes and coconut rats 1 hey were on a
public conveyance In a forelxn country... utter-
ly Irresponsible... ,__._,
"These fellows looked up in astonishment
when I refused both beer and cigaret. One oi
them began to say that I oughta come to me
States to see how things were run. So. wltn as
much calm as I could muster. I told him..
".. it suddenly seemed useless to build armies.
fight battles, to kill and be killed to preserve
freedom in the world when freedom was used
as thev were using It.. to Uve like animals, be-
tray their wives and families, and sell America
short when she so badly needed the confidence
of other nations In her leadership...
"When I left the airmen I kept trying to con-
vince myself that I had simply stumbled Into
an unlortunate set of circumstances which
showed our servicemen up In an extremely bad
light... But next morning I was having a con-
versation with a man I had met a few months
earner. His name Is the Rev. Dudley Jones, an
Anglican priest and chaplain at Cambridge. I
had made no mention of my previous experi-
ence. He said:
" 'Jack, I believe I know you well enough to
tell you an experience I had recently. It preys
on my mind... I had to make a trip to London
and when I got on the train In Cambridge I
saw four American servicemen. Knowing the
reputation of Americans for being extremely
friendly, I decided I would sit with these men
and find how things were going with them.
"'I had brought my newspaper (as all British-
ers do but before I could unfold It. one of the
Americans took the paper off my lap... Re-
marks were made about the British which In-
dicated they thought all British people were
Jealous of America. They were Insulting to the
conductor and later to me... When I got off
the train I had the peculiar sensation of hav-
ing been In the presence of troops of an oc-
cupying power... troops which regard Britain
as a satellite of the U. S. A.'"
Now. these are only a couple of Isolated In-
cidents from prejudiced witnesses and a whole
Armv should not be condemned on the basis of
such complaints. Senator Johnson. In aU fair-
ness to him. didn't make the letter public and
he doesn't Intend to do anything about it be-
cause the evidence isn't conclusive. Chaplain
Lewis made it public bv sending 250 copies to
friends In Texas.
The only value that this has is that It may
possiblv stop a trend before it gets out of hand
before demoralization sets In to damage Am-
erican prestige abroad. As Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur has said on repeated occasions, this de-
moralisation alwavs set In when the troops ol
any nation remain too long on foreign soil.
^ne WASHINGTON
j '- ! u s r.i OM
Merry-go-round
r DMW '(ARSON
Drtw Pearson says: Official Washington losas sense of
smell; Leaders set pattern for Administration conduct;
Friendship pays off in favors and fur coats.
WASHINGTON.It Is a scientific fact that men who ipou*
their lives working In sewers lose their sense of smell. .
Coming back to Washington after several weeks' absence*
I am struck with the fact that many officials of the Trumaa
administration also have lost their sense of smell. They have
become so accustomed to political favoritism, petty chiseling,
and party politics that their olfactory nerves are numb. They no
longer have that Instinctive sense of smell, so necessary to every
public official, to differentiate between good and bad.
Not only do they not realize what has been going on around
them, but they fail to understand that these stories of graft;
played up in the European press, are giving us a black eye
everywhere.
What they further do not realize is that the men below take
their cue from the top. This Is one of the truest facts of political
life, true In every administration whether Democratic or Repub-
lican. For Instance, here are two cues given by two leaders of two
administrations, which set the pattern for everyone below:
Cue No. 1Shortly after Franklin Roosevelt entered ths
White House, he Issued a barbed White House statement cri-
ticising Democratic National Commltteemen who had come to
Washington to lobbysuch men as Arthur Mullen, political boss
of Nebraska, Robert Jackson. Democratic boss of New Hamp-
shire, and Bruce Kremer of Montana. Some of them declined to
take the hint. They had worked hard for a Democratic victory,
wanted to cash In. Whereupon Roosevelt forced their resignation.
Cue No. 2Came shortly after Harry Truman entered the
White House. One man who puUed powerful wires for his nomi-
nation was Ed Pauley, big West Coast oilman and Democratic boas
of Southern California. Pauley had raised around $100,000 for ;
the Democratic Party, later tried to cash In by lobbying for Call- j
fornla oil Interests. Roosevelt would have pulled turn up short,
tut Mr. Truman appointed Pauley Under-Secretary of the Navy,
a job supervising the purchase of more oil than any other in,
the world. The Senate objected, Truman persisted. One of his
most potent Cabinet members, Harold Ickes, resigned in protest.
Finally, faced with certain Senate defeat, Pauley withdrew.
ii-
>rt. J
vy, I
In '
HOW PATTERN GETS SET
Thus the pattern was set. And It's Important to remember
that, when the man at the top sets a pattern, you can't blame
the people below for following it. For instance:
Cue No. SShortly after becoming Vice President, Harry
Truman flew to Kansas City in an Army plane to attend tho
funeral of boss Tom Pendergast, the man who made him Senator
and later served a prison term for taking bribes from insurance
companies. Reading about this trip in the newspapers, some said:
Harry is a loyal friend." Others took the cue that what the
party bosses did was what they could do.
Cue No. 4After Harry Truman became President, Just about
his first official act was to fire the U.S. Attorney in Kansas City,
Maurice Milllgan, who had sent Tom Pendergast to jail. Tola
deepened the conviction on the part of people down below that
the cue of the new administration was not to detect crime but
to protect criminals.
Cue No. 5Next Truman fired Francis Biddle, the Attorney
General who had steadfastly refused to fire Milllgan as U.S.
Attorney In Kansas City. Biddle maintained that the man who
had the courage to prosecute one of the most Important political
bosses In the country should not be penalised for his courage.
And as long as FDR was alive, hethen Presidentsupported
Biddle, But one month alter Truman entered the White House,
Biddle was summarily dismissed.
Naturally, more and more people said: "Harry is certainly
loyal to his friends." But, likewise, more and more people took;
tne cue that friendships, no matter how questionable, were sac-
red, and began pulling wires, doing favorsfrequently at a pro-
litfor their friends.
FRIENDSHIPS VS. HONESTY WL
Other significant cues followed.
Cue No. 6The President's personal physician. Brig. Gen.
Wallace Graham, got caught speculating In commodities' as
a time when It was decidedly against public policy to speculate.
61ttlng right inside the White House, seeing tho President dally,
he saw nothing wrong with using his inside knowledge of Govern-
ment food purchases to gamble in food futures at the public's
expense. Instead of being penalised. Graham eventually was pro-
moted. Naturally, the public realized that he knew and under-
stood the President well.
Cae No. 7Another close friend of the President, Maj. Gen.
Harry Vaughan, also was loyal to his friends. His frisnds gave
him deep-freezes and he pulled wires In return. Vaughan even
pulled wires to get precious building materials for the Taniorap.
race track at a time when veterans' homes were desperately
needed and when he was White House adviser on veterans' affairs.
He also wrote letters aimed at helping frisnds get valuable war
contracts and surplus material which netted them millions. When
aU this was published, the public was shocked, but not the Pre-
sident. He hurled names at those who criticised his military aide.
Cue No. 8For three years, despite periodic exposures In the
press, a semi-underworld character named John Maragon occu-
pied a privileged position In and around the White House, was
able to pull wires and demote generals. Though Maragon was
finally convicted of lying and sent to Jail, the White House
never uttered one word of criticism of this "friend."
SUBORDINATES FOLLOW SUIT
With these cues tacked on the public horizon for all tho
world to see, it Is not hard to understand why subordinates fol-
lowed suit. It is not hard to understand how $9,000 mink coats
were sported by White House stenographers; why airplane routes
were higgled by friends of Pan American and Northwest Air-
lines; why Donald Dawson pulled loans out of the RFC has
for his friends.
Nor is it hard to understand why certain big income-tax
cases such as the Guaranty Finance Company of Los Angeles
and Midwest Petroleum, were smoothed over; nor why a promi-
nent executive of internal revenue has been seen in the company
ot Frankie Costello; nor why Costello has never been deported.
Nor Is it hard to understand why the man who sends whisky
to the White House, Milton Kronheim, gets his son appointed
a municipal Judge and his lawyer appointed to the powerful Job
of Commissioner for the District of Columbia. It happens that
Commissioner Donohue is an able man; but the cue thereby set
for subordinates to follow Is whisky, political favoritism, and the
prbllr-be-damned where friends are concerned.
That is why it is so Important for those in high places to
get back their sense of smell.
(Copyright 1331 hv the Bell Syndicate. lie.
There was a veuns fello* nassed Joe
To a Carpenter Shor weni tblt icbtnoe
To but a eat for hi orh
Bui ihev laurhed at thi ierk.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA' AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1151
US Officers Believe South Korean
Army Could Maintain Line Alone
1. How good are South Korean
troops?
Answer: Much better than they
used to be.
2. Are they likely to get out of
hand and go charging Into North
Korea despite United States dis-
approval?
Answer: Not likely.
Most of the 250,000-man South
By PETER KALISCHER
WITH THE 8TH ARMY, Korea,
April 2 (UP)The expanding
South Korean army could hold a
"stalemate" line across the Ko-
rean peninsula If and when the
United Nations forces are with-
drawn.
This Is the opinion of many of
the 1,000 United States of fleers I Korean army is under the con-
and enlisted men who advise the trol of United States corps corn-
South Korean army down to bat- manders.
talln level, according to one A percentage on the East Coast
Military Advisory Group official.' Is under the direct control of Lt.
Gen. Kung II Kwon, Korean
The crossing of the controver- i army chief of staff, who gets his
slal 38th parallel by South Ko- orders straight from 8th Army
reans on the East Coast, and the! commander Lt. Gen. Mai
recent boast by President Syng-
man Rhee that a 500,000-man
South Korean army could defend
the Manchurlan frontier bring
up two familiar questions:
Ridgway.
A United States adviser has
stated: "Militarily the South Ko-
reans could not advance by
themselves, however much they
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) I've
lust had a peek at the red-hot
love team thats about to make
Dad reach out for Ma's hand and
murmur, "Oh, you kid."
The bit TV news: CBS is
bringing Janet Oaynor and
Charles Farrell out of retire-
ment to play "Seventh Heav-
en" in front of the mike.
Yep, Janet of the honeyed voice
and Charlie of the burning eyes
are going to be gazing over the
slatt rooftops of Paris again and
touching cheeks wnlle the violin
aobs:
"I'm in heaven when J see
you smile,
Smile lor me, my Diane."
It's radio's declaration of war
against TV, that's what it is. If
TV can hold them in the front
parlor with 15-year-old movies,
radio an blast away with yes-
terday's marquee names.
I found Janet of the short,
blonde hair and Charlie, white-
thatched and tanned, listening to
a radio recording of the 1944 air
version of "seventh Heaven" done
by Van Johnson and Jennifer
Jones. As the record spun to an
end, a press agent broke in to say
that CBS was swamped with re-
quests for tickets for their broad-
east.
"People re dying to see you
two," he said. "They're going I
nuts."
Janet winked at Charlie. ,
"They Just want to see how
we're holding up," she wailed. i
Why, I asked, had they come
out of retirement for a radio,
how? Had the old acting bug:
bitten them again and were they
about to bounce back on the
screen?
Janet tucked her shapely legs
beneath her, wrinkled her nose
the way she always did on the
.creen and said that she didn't
think she wanted any part of
pictures.
"When they asked me to do
this," she explained, "I wanted
to because it was -Seventh
Heaven' and that's all there is
. to it."
Charlie nodded his head in
agreement.
"Same here. I'm not doing lt
Tor money, you can bet. I would-
n't do R for 10 times what they're
Saying me. This is for Palm
prlngs and my Racquet Club."
A thought suddenly came to him
:gr
iim
know."
Van Johnson's voice on the re-
cording left Charlie confused.
"Van's voice gets very high. If
he had been an actor back in my
day. they'd have run him craiy.
Thev'd hve made him keep his
TOlt-e down. 1 talked like Van
does. They accused me of being a
soprano. They drove me craiy."
Janet and Charlie talked about
the pictures that had followed
"Seventh Heaven" as co-starring
vehicles under the old Fox ban-
ner.
"We were caught In the sound
era," Charlie said. "We made pic-
tures and the studio didn't know
what to do with them."
"We had a whistling scene
in 'Street Angel,'" Janet re-
membered. "The picture was a
silent but they put a real whis-
tle sound in it when lt was re-
leased. 1 didn't expect it and it
gave me quite a turn."
Wasn't lt true, I cautiously felt
my way, that their fans were dis-
appointed when they up and
married other people Instead of
each other?
Charlie looked at Janet and
they both laughed.
"Janet had a beau and I had
another girl," Charlie said. "But
Monday night was always our
night together. We'd always go <
to the beach. Funny thing, Cor- dld ,n 1940 wllh stlcl^ for rlIles
might want to for political rea-
sons."
Average South Korean divi-
sions have about one quarter the
fire power of a United States div-
ision. They are being strengthen-
ed with artillery and other heavy
weapons as fast as arms and the
trained personnel to handle them
become available.
High ranking South Korean
officers have been trained by the
Chinese Nationalists or by the
Japanese. But Junior officers and
NCO's are mostly Inexperienced,
despite a year under United
States advisers before the Ko-
rean war broke.
The greatest weakness In the
South Korean army is indoctrin-
ationwhy the men are fight-
ing.
This Is because about 40 per
cent of the soldiers are Illiter-
ate. Democracy Is new to Korea,
and Communist propaganda has
harped on the racial similarity
between the South Koreans and
the Communist Invaders.
Today the South Korean sol-
dier Is being told over and over
by Information officers that he's
In a fight for survival. The en-
trance into the war of the Chin-
ese Reds adds strength to this ar-
gument.
One United States adviser to
the South Koreans said: "Up to
now the South Korean soldier has
lacked the tenacity and the fan-
aticism of the Communists.
"Some units did break, but so
did some United States units. I
know of one South Korean unit
that was cited for holding when
the United States unit on Its
flank gave way."
The South Korean Republic !s
insuring the growth of its armed
forces bv registering every male
from 18 to 40.
Some already are in the uni-
formed but weaponless manpow-
er pool getting training In much
the way United States draftees
EXPERT ADVICE The Senate Crime Investigating Com-
mittee called for expert advice as It began its last week of
hearings in Washington, Chairman Sen. Estes Kefanver (cen-
ter) of Tennessee confers with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
(left) and Attorney-General J. Howard McGrath before they
testified.
SS Tattooed German Legionnaires
Simply Trying To Forget Ugly Pasts
and he grinned, "Maybe, the ham
IS coming
out in me. I don't
Inne Calvet and John Bromfleld
came down to the Racquet Club.
John said he was a little boy back
In those days and that he and his
mother used to follow us around
on the beach at night. What do
you think of that?"

The press agent asked If Char-'
He had escorted Janet to the pre-
miere of "Seventh Heaven."
"We went separately," Janet
s-.iiil.
"Oh, no we didn't."
"No, you're wrong, Charlie."
"That's right. Janet. I took
Greta Nissen. But I took you to
Hie premiere of 'Sunrise' a year
later. A lot of people got md at
us about that."
Janet blushed and said:
"People were different then.
They'd look at you in a way
that had admiration in it.
Much more than now. They'd
see you and they'd go, 'Oh-hh." .
By that time you'd be gone."
What about the real lowdown
on why they had quit pictures? .
Charlie said he had the Rac-
quet Club at Palm Springs, very
profitable operation indeed. He
was talked into comeback. I
They gave him plots that Richard
Arlen had done five times be-
fore. "My option wasn't picked
up. If I'd have stuck it out and
fought it, everything would have
been all right. I just didn't both-
er."
"With me," Janet said, "it was
simple. I had just felt that I had
put In all those years and had
given lt everything I had. I want-
ed to know what another kind
of life could be. It's hard for peo-
ple to understand that you can
stop."
The rest are ready to be called up
as soon as weapons, uniforms and
training cadres are available for
them:
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SAIOON. April I, (UP) Ger-
mans fighting in Indochina with
the French Foreign Legion, ma-
ny of them former Hitler 8. 8.
troops, cold shoulder the Idea of
building a new German army to
combat Communism.
Few of them want to return to
Germany. Like Legionnaires of
other nationalities most of them
are trying to make a clean break
with ugly pasts.
"I joined the Legion because I
was finished with Germany and
wanted a new life," said a muscu-
lar, brown moustached, young
German corporal who carries the
Indelible blue tattoo of the 3.8.
just above one elbow.
"I want to become a French ci-
tizen. Most of us do."
The entire Legion now num-
bers about 30,000 men, of whom
some 20,000 are In Indochina.
How many of them are German
Is one of the Legion's official se-
crets, but at least half of fcnem
are believed to be.
According to Legion tradition a
man honorably discharged Is re-
patriated to Europe and may be-
come a French cltiaen. Most take
the opportunity.
Few serve more than one five-
year hitch, though most Legion
companies Include grizzled veter-
ans of 20 or 35 years service.
Films and fiction have fostered
the notion that the Legion is
composed chiefly of criminals
seeking refuge from Justice. The
Legion has always denied this
strongly, pointing out that re-
cruits are checked against police
"wanted" lists before they are
accepted.
Even after he is accepted any
Legionnaire may be handed over
to the civilian police if serious
charges are brought to light.
A Legion officer in Saigon said
most of the men he commards
are refugees from war tragedy,
disgrace or family troubles. One
private said he Joined the Leglc n
when he found his wife unialtfi-
ful. Another Belgian failed a cru-
cial University examination.
Post-war periods have always
swollen the Legion's ranks. Al-
ter World War I and the Russian
Revolution there was a great In-
flux of Russians.
Just before World War II there
were large numbers of Spaniards
seeking to build new lives out of
the ruins of the Spanish Civil
Wsir.
Rumor persists that Nazi war
criminal Martin Bormann, miss-
ing since shortly before Hitler's
suicide in doomed Berlin, is a re-
fugee with the Legion In Indo-
china. No evidence has ever been
found to support this story.
Life In the Legion Is hard, but
neither as brutal nor as romantic
as sometimes depicted on the
screen.
A private serving In Indochina
gets the equivalent of $40 a
month at the legal exchange rate.
He lives most of the time In the
fighting zones primitively. Ho
sees no U.S.O. shows and has few
leaves.
Discipline is harsh. Punish-
ment for missing morning roll
call Is a day in the brig.
Most of the Legion officers re
French. All enlisted men ie
theoretically non-French. Actu-
ally many Frenchmen Join by de-
claring themselves Belgian or
3wlss.
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Serios desr
en la escuela
Educacin decidi que los
diplomas fueran firmados por
Educacin, Cantn y Bayard
Pero los alumnos slo aceptan que se introduzca
una reforma en el Decreto del Ejecutivo
denes se registran
Normal de Santiago
Expide Educacin los huelguistas encierran a
Compaa contra los
perros sueltos se
inici hoy lunes
Hoy se inici la campaa de
recoleccin de perros que du-
rar tres meses.
Durante este periodo, todo
perro en soltura ser cogido y
mantenido por tres das a lo
sumo para su reclamo por los
en caso de que ta-
dueos y
les no aparezcan, los directo- .
res de la campana dispondrn desde el principio y que ahora
'< i Pac > "oi * faun a la Pein to Columna 71
SANTIAGO, Marzo 31 51. Pa-
nam Amrica.Panam.(Por
Corresponsal)En la tarde de
hoy el Director del Instituto de
Verano, Dr. Alfredo Cantn in-
form a la Asamblea General
de Alumnos que el Presidente
de la Repblica y el Ministro de
Educacin le haban manifes-
tado que con objeto de resolver
el problema que se haba pro-
vocado en el Instituto de Verano
haban decidido que los Diplo-
mas fueran firmados por el Di-
rector de la Escuela Normal, el
del Instituto de Verano y el Mi-
nistro de Educacin. Agreg que
en su concepto el problema es-
taba resuelto, ya que ese era el
punto que l haba sostenido
un comunicado
al pblico
COREA, abril 2. (UP). Un
silencio presagiador reinaba en
la "tierra de nadie" en el Pa-
ralelo 38, mientras las fuer-
zas de las Naeiones Unidas a-
vanzaban en masa hacia la
frontera para colocarse casi a
tiro de artillera de las con-
centraciones comunistas en el
Norte.
Las Unioee -altadas avanza-
ron entre los, riscos justamen-
te al Sur del Paralelo en el
Ser trasladada
Encomiendas del
jueves al sbado
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido el siguiente Comuni-
cado del Ministerio de Educa-
cin:
El rgano Ejecutivo conside-
ra conveniente informar al
pblico los sucesos ocurridos
en la ciudad de Santiago re-
lacionados con el Instituto de
Verano.
En el da de ayer se acen-
tuaron las actividades y agi-
taciones tendientes a quebran-
tar el funcionamiento normal
de los Cursos de Verano. Ta-
les actividades estn inspira-
das y alentadas por elemen-
tos de conocidas tendencias
comunistas con propsitos de
turbar la tranquilidad indis-
pensable para el xito de la
funcin docente de dicha Ins-
titucin. Profesores y elemen-
tos extraos al Instituto de
Verano con la colaboracin de
un grupo de alumnos de ese
centro educativo, traicionan-
do los principios de tica pro-
fesional contemplados en la
Ley Orgnica de Educacin,
pretenden crear un clima de
intranquilidad propicio a sus
ambiciones personales y de pa-
so crear situaciones difciles di
Gobierno Nacional.
Con amenazas y amparados
por la tolerancia de las au-
toridades educativas impiden
el acceso a las aulas del plan-
tel a los estudiantes que no
estn de acuerdo con la con-
ducta condenable de los que
se proponen turbar el orden
pblico con propsitos aviesos
e inconfesables. Los Directo-
res y Profesores de ese Ins-
tituto estn vigilados y
Silencio Heno de presagios
prevalece en la "Tierra de
Nadie" en el Paralelo "38"
Las unidades aliadas avanzan entre los riscos para
ponerse a tiro de la artillera roja
frente occidental sin encontrar
oposicin, y tropezando mychas
veces con emplazamientos de-
teriorados preparados por los
furcoreanos cuando la invasion
comunista fue lanzada el 25 de
junio pasado.
Solamente en el frente cen-
tral ocurrieron acciones de im-
portancia, cuando las patrullas
aliadas que avanzaban a lo lar-
go de los caminos minados en
el Valle de Pukhan, al Norte
de Chunchon, fueron recibidos
con una fuerte lluvia de balas
desde una posicin de defensa
comunista en medio de las
montaas al Sur del Paralelo.
En el frente Este Central, las
[ patrullas norteamericanas estu-
vieron patrullando delante de
las lneas sin disparar un slo
tiro, mientras el Cuartel Gene-
Se ha acordado definitiva- ral inform que no hubieron
mente el cambio de la Oficina contactos con los comunistas
de ENCOMIENDAS POSTALES, durante todo el da.
a su nuevo local situado en la En el frente central occiden- __-__*. DM.
Avenida Per No. 19 en los das tal una patrulla de tanques e OCUTNr entre KlIS
Jueves 5 viernes 8 y sbado 7' infantera aliada hizo el tercer
de abril, durante los cuales per- cruce del Paralelo en dos das,:
varias alumnas maestras e
insultaron al Prof. Bayard
No se vislumbra la posibilidad de que pueda ha-
ber exmenes en el Instituto de Verano
SANTIAGO, Abril 1 Co-
rresponsal. La situacin en
la escuela Normal contina en
el mismo clima de violencia de
ayer. El Director del Institu-
to de Verano Inform en la
maana de hoy a los alumnos
que todo aquel que deseaba
retirarse del plantel podra
hacerlo, pues no se vislumbra-
ba posibilidad de que pudiera
haber exmenes. La reunin
del aula mxima en la maa-
na de hoy fu un espectcu-
lo bochornoso, en el cual se
irrespet al Director de la Es-
cuela, llegando algunos maes-
tros hasta Insultarlo. Aquellos
maestros que Intentaron sacar
sus enseres, fueron obstaculi-
zados por los piquetes de huel-
guistas, quienes hasta ence-
rraron algunas maestras en
sus secciones. Una se desma-
y y otra pidi que la dejaran
salir por su avanzado estado
de embarazo. El Dr. Cantn
personalmente fu a la seccin
para ayudar a una alumna a
salir del plantel. La Polica
ha recibido instrucciones para
proteger a los alumnos maes-
tros que deseen retirarse de la
escuela.
Hoy renunci su I
cargo el Lie.
Juan D. Poveda
El Licenciado Juan de Dios
Poveda, present renuncia de
su cargo como Inspector Jefe
de la Polica Secreta Nacional
hoy a la una de la tarde, se-
gn Inform a este peridico
este funcionarlo.
El Licenciado Poveda ser
nombrado Abogado Consultor
de la Caja del Seguro Social
y su designacin para tan ele-
vado cargo fu aprobada en la
maana de noy por la Junta
Directiva de la institucin. Su
nombramiento ser extendido
por el Gerente de la Caja pr-
ximamente.
Esferas oficiales autorizadas
indicaron hoy que el seor Ro-
lando Linares ser nombrado
Jefe de la Secreta, en reem-
plazo del Licenciado Poveda.
El Decreto respectivo hasta la
una de la tarde de hoy no ha1
bia sido dictado.
Las urbanizaciones no podrn
vender lotes a menos que ya
tengan calles, luz y acueducto
Se indica que los Notarios no cumplen con
disposiciones de la Ley 120 de 1943
las
EL PANAMA AMERICA se ha
informado en el Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas que se est es-
tudiando la forma para evitar
que las compaas urbanizado-
ras sigan vendiendo lotes sin
cumplir con la Ley 78 del 23
de junio de 1941, que especifica
que las urbanizaciones deben
ser habitables en todo sentido,
con calles, luz y acueducto.
Fuimos Informados que al-
gunos notarlos no estn cum-
pliendo con el Articulo 0, par-
grafo 3 de la ley 120 del 2
de abril de 1043 en la cual se
reforma el mismo articulo de la
Ley 78 y segn el- cual "los
notarlos pblicos se abstendrn
de otorgar escrituras de venta
'Pana a la Pir Col 1)
Comienzan labores
para la feria que
habr en Coln
COLON, abril 2. El comit
organizador de la feria quo
deber celebrarse en esta ciu-
dad durante el mes de mayo
prximo, solicita por este me-
dio a todas las personas que
deseen levantar pabellones, ca-
setas o puestos en cualquiera
de las secciones de la feria, ad-
eudan personalmente o presen-
tas* a la ptina . eel tt
De dos certeros balazos fu
muerto sujeto que asalt la
residencia de Manuel Ballis
En un auto negro y en pandilla fue asaltada una
casa en Nuevo Arraijn por cinco sujetos
Un- hombre fue muerto ano- haban quedado cerca de la ca-
che de dos certeros disparos de
escuadra 45, uno en el ojo y
otro en el pecho, cuando en
compaa de otros cuatro su-
jetos de identidad desconor'rta,
asaltaron la residencia de Ma-
nuel Ballis, err Naevo Arrarjn
ame- i y con pual en mano trataron
nazadeapor su'actitud'de ob- de robarle. El sujeto muerto
servacin y de respetoa la or- fue Identificado por la polica
ganlzacln de la citada Insti-! como Manuel Armando Gonz-
tucin. ,lez, de color blanco y de saeo
Ante esta situacin atenta-1 y corbata. No registra historial
loria a la tranquilidad social,
el Gobierno Nacfonal en cum-
plimiento de su deber est to-
mando las medidas necesarias
para preservar el normal fun-
cionamiento de las-elabores e-
ducatlvas de ese Instituto y
garantizar la paz a los aso-
ciados.
Ministro de Educacln.
Modesto Salamn,
Ministro de Educacin
Panam, 31 de marzo de
1951.
Algo raro parece
manecer cerrada para el p- i para obligar a huir a dos pe-
bllco y reanudar sus labores el | quenas fuerzas comunistas que
da lunes 9 de los corrientes en j se encontraban atrincheradas
su nuevo local. cerca de la villa nor-coreana de
Se ha solicitado al os seores | Yagong.
comerciantes que durante los' Una patrulla blindada norte-
das martes 3 y mircoles 4 re- americana sorprendi a los chi-
tlren a la mayor cantidad de nos con sus morteros apuntan-
encomiendas que puedan y fa-
ciliten as al correo, el traslado
de la menor cantidad posible
de las mismas.
do para una direccin errada,
pues tal vez esperaban un ata-
Pasa a la P r Col I
Por calumnia al Pontfice
es condenada una miembro
del Parlamento de Italia
Sobre robo en el
Expreso aclara
Jos S. Alvarado
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido la siguiente carta:
Panam, abril 2 de 1051.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Ciudad.
Muy seoro mo:
Con la misma prominencia
que se public en "El Domini-
cal" de ayer, una informacin,
agradezco a usted d cabida a
esta carta obligada en relacin
al robo hecho en la Aduana de
Expreso Areo que est a mi
cargo como Avaluador Oficial.
De Ud. muy atentamente,
Jos Santander Alvarado,
Cd. No. 47-10135
i
^^^BMIBf
y su esposo Al
NUEVA YORK, abril 2. (UP).
La pelirroja Rita Hay worth
neg que se ha separado de su
esposo, Ali Khan, pero sin em-
bargo dijo que "no tengo Idea
cuando nos volveremos a jun-
tar".
Rita Hayworth lleg a bordo
del barco francs "Degrasse",
despus de dos aos y medio
de encontrarse ausente de los
Estados Unidos. Dijo que no
hay nada de verdad en los In-
formes de que ella y su mi-
llonario esposo se han separa-
do, y que haba hablado con l
por telfono desde Paris antes
de su partida de Francia.
Al preguntrsele sobre qu
haban hablado, ella contesto
que 'algo personal". Se le pre-
gunt entonces si era "muy
personal", a lo que ella con-
test que "muy, muy, demasia-
do personal".
Rita dijo que no tiene pen
sado filmar una nueva pelicu
la y que tena intenciones de
quedarse en Nueva York Inde-
finidamente. Al 1 n f ormrsele
que hablan rumores que tan-
Termin en San
Jos seminario
de estadstica
Tras haber asistido al funcio-
namiento del Centro Latino-
Americano de Capacitacin en
Estadstica Agrcola, que fun-
cion en San Jos de Costa Ri-
ca del 8 de Febrero al 29 de Mar
penal
Manuel Ballis, relat a un
redactor de este diario, que
hofcia ganado en la Lotera y
gue la suerte lo acompa en
los gallos, pues estuvo jugan-
do toda la tarde. Agreg que
acababa de llegar a su casa y
que todava conservaba en la
pretina del pantaln su pis-
tola calibre 45, cuando lleg a
su residencia un automvil de
color negro, bajndose cinco
individuos. Ballis relata que se
encontraba con su esposa y un
anciano de setenta aos y a-
grega que sus hijos ya se en-
contraban acostados. Los su-
jetos lo abordaron con "la his-
toria de que un seor Alva-
rado le mandaba a decir que
entregara el dinero". Ballis di-
ce que uno de los sujetos lo
amenaz con un pual, produ-
cindole una pequea herida en
el pecho. Entonces dice, con-
duje al sujeto que me tena
amenazado hacia la parte de
atrs de la casa, dlcindole que
el dinero estaba enterrado. Al
llegar los doe a un palo, tuve
un cruce de palabras con el
sujeto del pual y le dije que
sacara el dinero que estaba en-
terrado, empujndole con fuer-
za. El sujeto cay, levantndo-
se Inmediatamente blandiendo
el pual, entonces saqu la pis-
tola que estaba montada y con
bala en boca y le dispar en
el pecho. MI agresor sigui a-
vanzando y entonces yo le hice
un disparo en el ojo derecho,
sa, se acercaron a solicitar por
su compaero, pero al verme
con la pistola en la mano hu-
yeron hacia el automvil y em-
prendieron precipitada fuga.
Ballis se traslad lafmesuata-
mente a la Polica Secreta Na-
cional y entreg una pistola
calibre 45. relatando al Oficial
de Guardia todos los hechos.
Ballis es muy conocido en esta
ciudad, ltimamente estuvo
prestando servicios en la Adua-
na de Arraijn y durante ad-
ministraciones pasadas fue
miembro de la Polica Secreta
Nacional. Ballis dijo a las au-
toridades que su esposa y l
estaban en condiciones de iden-
tificar a- sus asaltantes, sobre
este particular dio detalles a
la prensa que se mantienen en
reserva por el xito de la In-
vestigacin.
El Fiscal Carlos Augusto L-
pez, inicio anoche mismo la
instruccin de las sumarlas y
practic las diligencias de le-
vantamiento del cadver de
Manuel Armando Gonzlez. La
Seccin de Homicidio de la Po-
lica Secreta Nacional adelan-
(Pasa a la Pagina h col. 2-
Maana se fijarn
precios topes en
muchos artculos
De acuerdo eon datos obte-
nido* en fuentes de crdito,
maana se reunir la Junta
de Control de I recios con el
objeto de fijar los precios to-
pes de artculos de primera
necesidad.
Ya el Seor Presidente de la
Republic, en resolucin del 31
de mano haba autoriado a
la comisin de precios, racio-
namiento y abastos a fijar
precios topes en las siguientes
artculos; leche fresca, leche
evaporada, en polvo, leche en
lata, caf, sal, arrea, pastas de
tomate etc., paas, grasas, acei-
tes, mantona Jabones, asnear,
conservas en general, pan, pa-
pel de envolver y bolsas de
papel y medieioa;.
Hay evidencias de que son
objeto de explotacin los
campesinos q' traen verduras
Agiotistas e intermediarios contribuyen a que se
aumente el precio de las mercaderas
El Panam-Amrica destac
desde esta madrugada a uno de
sus redactores para estudiar al-
gunos problemas del mercado
de verduras en esta ciudad, en
vista de algunas quejas sobre
el particular que haba recibi-
do.
Parece existir una explotacin
de los campesinos que traen
verduras en el mercado, al com-
binarse los intermediarlos para
Est en Panam
la declamadora
iris Martnez
Se encuentra entre nosotros
la conocida declamadora Bo-
Se instala sirena
contra bombardeos
Maana se comenzar a ins-
talar la primera sirena de
alarma para prevenir al pbli-
co de un ataque areo, segn
supo este diario en fuentes
oficiales. Dicha sirena una de
las mayores con un radio de
dos milla? y media, ser ins-
talada en la torre del Cuartel
Central de Bomberos.
Se espera que prximamen-
te puedan instalarse otras si-
renas en diferentes barrios de
la capital para preparar al
pblico en caso de bombardeos
areos.
Prximamente se darn in-
cayend Inmediatamente muer- ; formes sobre la fecha y hora
to, apretando el pual. Los o- en que esta sirena ser pro-
tro cuatro asaltantes, que se bada.
Fsico nuclear de- Argentina
intent suicidarse dos veces
RIO DE JANEIRO. Abril 2.
UP. (Uregente). La Po-
lica dijo que Gino Turrinl. de
27 aos, y a quien se ha iden-
tificado como uno de los fisi-
,coa nucleares de Argentina,
trat dos veces de suicidarse,
Falleci hoy Doa
Luz de Quijano
Doa Luz de Quijano, tron-
co de honorable familia, mu-
una vez trat de saltar del
avin en medio del aire, y la
otra trat de ahorcarse.
De acuerdo cor la informa-
cin dada a la Polica por el
Gerente de las Lineas Argen-
tinas en Rio de Janeiro, Tu-
rrinl trat de abrir la puerta
del avin y saltar, cuando el
avin se encontraba en vuelo
desde Nueva York a Rio de
Janeiro, lo que se le impidi.
Al llegar a Rio fu internado
en un sanatorio.
Ayer en la maana Turrlni
trat de ahorcarse amarran-
ROMA, Abril 1 (UP)Laura! zo. regresaron el Jueves lUmo ^'ne*ta .m^*n* '** e" '* dose una sabana en el cuello,
;. mumhrn .nn.mi... hi i i. n.ia.iH nan.^.An. ... curuca de San Fernando. Nes na rie cuvas Duntaa haba
Daz, miembro comunista del los Delegados panameos a ese r",u"?eH ,*" 'Yn'a'',9 ra
Parlamento, fue declarada esta | importante seminario, seorita tr* tlda condolencia para
noche culpable de calumnia al Adriana Recuero y seor Don us hijos don Gmo. Quijano,
Papa Pi XII por haber dicho Camilo Lpez R., funcionarios I don Manuel de Jess Quijano-|
que sus manos "chorrean san-i del Censo Agro-Pecuario del De-I jr j^ francisco Jos Quija-
Cuando el Excmo. seor Pre-
sidente doctor Amulfo Arlas me
design para el cargo que hon-
rosamente ocupo, lo hizo depo- I gre." partamento de Estadstica y .. Mf,rale. L1_
sitando en mi su confianza, co- El Juez-Presidente del Tribu- Censos de la Contraloria Gene-' no- Jf*"^0* f* M"*1 "
mo amigo y partidario: y rial. Carlo Pier Anto- o, rmuso ral de la Repblica, quienes fue- | a Q de Vallarino, Olga q. ae
sostengo que a pesar de lo ocu- la sentencia de ocho meses de ron designados por el seor Con- Clare y Aura Quijano.
(rasa a la Pagina , Col. L} (Paaa a U pagine col. 7 (* ** . eoL t>
una de
atado a
luego por
ifern
cuyas puntas habia
la ventana, saltando
la ventana. Una de
las enfermeras se dio cuenta,
y fu llevado Inmediatamente
a la sala de emergencia en
donde pudo ser revivido. Des-
pus se le llev de nuevo al
Isanrtnrio en dondi se encuen
' Ira bajo estrecha vigilancia.
Otro peridico
de la Argentina
ha sido cerrado
CORDOBA, Argentina, abril 2
(UP). El matutino "La Voz
del Interior", rgano del Par-
tido Radical, de la oposicin,
fue obligado a suspender su
publicacin, comenzando con la
edicin dominical, debido a un
boycot de la Unin de Vende-
dores de Diarios.
El boycot es parecido al Ini-
ciado contra La Prensa de Bue-
nos Aires, obligndola a cerrar.
La circulacin de "La Voz del
Interior", el segundo en circu-
lacin en esta ciudad de 33,O00
habitantes, ha sido suspendida
desde el 13 de marzo debido a
conflictos con la Unin de Ven-
dedores.
Hasta el domingo, se habia
estado imprimiendo una edi-
cin limitada para los emplea-
dos, los archivos del diario y
para su venta en las oficinas
del diarlo. Sin embargo, la ge-
rencia decidi que la edicin
del domingo seria la ltima, de-
bido a supuestos ataques de los
piquetes contra las personas
que entraban o salian de las
oficinas del peridico.
El caso boliviano
debe solucionarse
en forma unnime
SANTIAGO, Chile. Abril 2 (U.
P.)"El Mercurio" dice hoy edi-
torlalmente que el problema Bo-
liviano de una salida propia
al Pacifico slo puede ser fruto
de un unnime acuerdo.
Manifiesta que Chile ha deja-
do claramente establecido que
no tiene cuestiones pendientes
con Bolivia y Per, porque los
problemas que existan tuvieron
solucin o tratados. Agrega que
la actitud Chilena se ha reduci-
do nicamente a la buena dis-
posicin de or las aspiraciones
de Bolivia.
Cita las declaraciones del Pre-
sidente Odra de que las aguas
del Lago Titicaca pertenecen en
sociedad Indivisible a Per y Bo-
livia, asimismo como la decla-
racin de la Cancillera Bolivia-
na en el sentido que Bolivia no
fijarle un precio mximo y obll- \ rlnquefla, Iris Martines, des-
garlos a aceptarlo. Un campe-lBua-.Aua j triunfal -con.
jarlos a aceptarlos. .t ,panl Espaflola de Co-
melas "Lope YeVga'.
La Srta. Martnez no slo ea
declamadora sino que es una
Un campesino manifest que
hace algunas semanas s vie-
ron obligados a vender la
Jaba de yuca a ochenta cente-
simos de balboas porque vinie-
ron muchos yuqueros y los in-
termediarlos no cedieron en sus
ofertas. A veces ei ame ha ai-
do comprado a 1.25 y 1.80 la Ja-
ba. Estas jabas generalmente
lasan de las cien libras, pero los
ntermediarlos, sin ninguna cla-
se de pesa, sino clculo al bulto,
sostienen que tiene menos.
Nuestro redactor pudo verifi-
car que-hay opiniones muy en-
escrltora de relieve, asi como
poetisa.
A continuacin reproduci-
mos un extracto de un articu-
lo que apareci en el peri-
dico "El Colombiano", el cual
se explica por s solo.
Dice as el articulo: "Iris es-
cribe desde cuando contaba
slo doce aos de edad. Pero
su actividad no se ha limita-
do nicamente a crear hermo-
sas frases rimadas.
"Ella cuenta como una de sus
contradas en estos problemas, mayores riquezas el poder de-
pero que la regulacin de estas' clamar sus propias composi-
actlvidades se dificulta porque clones con una plasticidad y
hay muchos Intermediarios fue- una voz maravillosa, que slem-
ra del mercado que no tienen pre estn realzadas por el ges-
ninguna clase de control. Las to preciso que traduce un es-
verduras son depositadas en el! tado del alma bien definido,
suelo en la calle y hay toda, -La vehemencia del deseo,
clase de personas en el negocio. | la dulzura, la paz, el odio, la
tragedla tienen en la mmica
El mercado pblico central,
que es principalmente para fru-
tas, tienen hasta venta de telas
y otros artculos no comestibles.
de Iris Martnez una expre-
sin singular.
"El ademn de sus hermo-
Actu.hnente hay al rededor de j ( j*""^ ,
(Pasa a la Pgina *. Columna 1 I Paaa a Is Pac Col. 4i_
Entorpece rdenes para la
defensa de Estados Unidos
huelga de obreros textiles
GREENSBORO, Carolina del como mnimo, y aumentos en
(forte, Abril 2 (UP)Una huel- | proporcin, lo cual quiere decir
ga de cerca de 45,000 obreros I que hayan aumentos de 13 cen-
textlles del CIO oblig a cerrar tavos como trmino medio,
los talleres de algodn y rayn El actual salario mnimo en
en seis Estados del Sur, y ha I el Sur es de $.1015 por hora, en
impedido el trabajo de muchas comparacin con $1.145 en el
rdenes para la defensa. Norte. Se ha dicho que el sala-
La huelga comenz oficial-' rio mnimo vana segn los tela-
mente a media noche del sba- I res. pero la Union lo calcula a
do. pero las lneas de piqueteo $125 por hora,
no fueron puestas hasta anoche. I ------------------------
No hay solucin
a la huelga de
trenes en Pars
PARIS, abril 2. (UP). .Las
ha comprometido ni una sola) obreros estn en huelga en Vlr-
Los obreros piden, entre otras
cosas, una escala de salarios
comparables a la que se paga
en los talares del nortes
Los cuarteles generales fueron
instalados en Greensboro, pero
el punto principal de la huelga
est en Danville, Virginia, en
donde se encuentran los gran-
des telares del Rio Dan, y los
cuales han servido de patrn negociaciones para resolver la
para las negociaciones de sala-nue]ga de transporte en la clu-
rios a la industria textil del sur. |dad se SUSpendieron nuevamen-
durante ms de cinco aos. te te manera abrupta y deja-
Emll Rieve, Presidente Gene-1
ral de la Unin dijo que 12.000
(Pasa a la pgina C columna >
Se ahog en Pacora
Haskin Dawtins Jr.
Ayer se ahog el nio Haskln
Dawtins Jr., en el Rio Pacora.
El menor Ha.skin habia ido de
S,lnl.a- I822 T, v,Carollna, Tn
^^"^"A'^r'lZi-5!0; huelga del transporte cambi
ron al pblico parisiense, por
tercera semana consecutiva, sin
trenes subterrneos ni omnibus.
La Comisin Central de la
tanto en Tennessee como en|
La huelga ha envuel- ITTa^.*",,
._ .._ j j. ynm, maana y cu tunu v>v kuw
t0 ST*J.deJau!d.deJ2-> Gobierno de "Intransigente".
unto en nno "'"",5," sbitamente su posicin esta
Louisiana. La huelga haenvuel- maana en t( acre acus
miembro, de la Unin en esos-^ -Q unQs mlnutos
estaaos. wj,a,n verte- n'es de la hora en que se
tJir^^SSdo'n-creta seguro que seria firmado
Washington para evitar la huel- l 1 cuerdo acerca el aumento
. ga. perS las "negociaciones ir.-! s nos solicitado por los
,M.bSSor K SSStS *?rW, dijo que los obrero. S.-r^^SldaS


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EL PROYECTO SOBRE USO DS SIRENAS
DE AUTOMVILES
El seor Alcalde del Distrito ha informado al
pblico que se propone establecer, para intensificar
la campaa contra los ruidos, que se prohiba a los
automviles el uso de las sirenas. Para tal efecto
se ha dirigido a las autoridades del Trnsito a fin
de que stas cooperen para la aplicacin de sancio-
nes a los infractores. Se ha dicho que el proyecto
ser sometido a un mes de prueba.
En trminos generales todo lo que tienda a
restringir los ruidos innecesarios en la ciudad de-
be contar con el respaldo comunal. Con relacin al
caso de los automviles es muy lamentable que cons-
tantemente se registren abusos en ese sentido, y por
motivos triviales los conductores de vehculos pro-
voquen semejantes escndalos.
Pero no obstante estas razones no parece ser
lo ms prctico y adecuado adoptar esa medida da-
das las condiciones "en que se encuentra el trnsito
en la ciudad de Panam. Es evidente que aqu son
muy pocos los casos de choferes que cumplen la ley
respectiva y que conducen sus vehculos en forma
prudente. Pues bien, en presencia de un automvil,
autobs, "chiva" o camin que en forma temeraria
desemboca en una esquina, caso completamente co-
mn y frecuente, entre los pocos recursos que que-
dan en materia defensiva est el uso de la sirena
para llamarle la atencin a quien, con olvido de la
ley, atenta contra la seguridad de los dems ve-
hculos y de los peatones.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
Po, ZV.
TEMPORADA DE ARTE
Se avecina una amable tem-
porada de arte en ruerna ciu-
dad. Coincide cada ao con el
inicio de la primavera en el
norte, que es el inicio del oto-
o en el sur, en la Meca de la
latinidad en Amrica, Buenos
Aires.
El heraldo de la temporada
de arte toma cuerpo en mi
buen amigo Herbert de Cas'ro,
el eminente maestro y prole-
sor del coro del Conservatorio
Nacional.
Me encuentro con l y me.
informa. Vendr Daniel Eri-
court, el fino planista trances,
a ofrecer un concierto el 9 de
abril en la Universidad. Es sim-
blico el rasgo del Rector de
nuestra primera casa de estu-
dios. Porque Daniel Erlcourt no
es uno de tantos. Es un ar-
tista de verdad, un virtuoso de
los consagrados por los grandes
pblicos. Yo no he olvidado el
Chopln que interpreta Ericourt,
ni tampoco aquellas sonatas de
los primitivos italianos y fran-
ceses con que suele comenzar
sus programas. Esperemos la
visita del pianista.
Tambin en abril nos visita-
rn de nuevo los Nios de Vie-
na, el famoso coro. Su triunfo
en las primera de sus presen-
taciones en Panam est ah,
inconmovible. Se llen el Tea-
tro Nacional, las ovaciones re-
tumbaron. La perfeccin de es-
te coro de los Ntos de Viena
es impresionante.
Decepciones de un Pacifista
AFINIDADES HISTRICAS
La poltica Internacional de
este ltimo medio siglo nos in-
duce por momentos a pensar con
Oswald Speugler que los hechos
histricos pueden predecirse con
la precisin con que l los deter
mina en su ensayo de morfolo-
ga de la Historia intotulado la
"La Decadencia de Occidente".
Ya los economistas habian ex-
puesto antes que Soengler su
teora de los ciclos econmicos,
la cual pretende tambin deter-
minar con igual antelacin v
precisin las crisis peridicas de
la produccin, distribucin y
consumo de la riqueza del mun-
do.
No creemos con la fe del car-
bonero en el deteiminlsmo his-
trico ni en el econmico. Ante
todo, nos resistimos a descono-
cer el valor de la voluntad \* a
subestimar la importancia del li-
bre albedrio en el desarrollo de
los destinos humanos. Pero, por mundiales habamos "podido "se-
otra parte, no puede dejar de KUir de cerca la orientacin poli-
impresionarnos la repeticin pe- tica de las Grandes Potencias
riodica v univoca de ciertos fe- desde el mejor observatorio en
nomenos de los cuales hemos si- que nos era posible situarnos en-
do observadores y hasta testigos tonces: la ciudad de Ginebra u-
personales en el curso de nes-! na veces, como Delegado a la
tra vida: v np nos resistamos a Asamblea de la Liga, como Re-
adoptar respecto de .AHos^ia ; presentante de Panam en el
actitud pasiva, de brazos eriiza-, consejo de la misma Liga o como
dos, renunciando, al derecho,que Delegado ala Conferencia del
nos confiere nuestra condicio.i Desarme; otras veces desde Pa-
de seres pensantes y deliberan- rjs y Londres, como Ministro an-
tes para sacar de aquellos he-; te los Gobiernos de Francia
Holanda. Francia y Gran Breta-
a sucesivamente, por otra par-
te. Pronto se uni Italia al pri-
mer grupo, y mucho ms tarde
Rusia al segundo grupo. Pero no
fue sino en 1941. al agredir sor-
presivamente el Japn a los Es-
tados Unidos en Pearl Harbor,
cuando se extendieron las hosti-
lidades a los continentes ameri-
cano y asitico y se produjo una
nueva conflagracin mundial.
Entre la primera de 1917 v la
segunda de 1941 transcurri un
perodo de 24 aos, otro cuarto
de siglo, a ojo de buen cubero.
Cuando ocurri el ataque a
pearl Harbor en 1941 no estba-
mos nosotros al frente de la Can-
cillera panamea, como en 1917,
pero tampoco estbamos desli-
gados de la diplomacia paname-
a porque tenamos a nuestro
cargo la representacin de la
Repblica ante el Gobierno de
Colombia, v en el cuarto de siglo
que medi entre las dos guerras
choano digamos leyes generales
porque eso demandara un lai-
go proceso de observacin expe-
rimental que se extendera a va-
rias generaciones, per osi para
tomar nota, por lo menos, de a-
finidades sugestivas a fin de for-
mular conclusiones provisionales
Gran Bretaa, cargo que desem-
peamos simultneamente con
los anteriores en 1931, 1932 y
parte de 1933.
Sera muy aventurado sostener
que porque la primera guerra
mundial dist un cuarto de si-
glo de la segunda, la tercera
guerra mundial tendr que pro-
o simples hiptesis o conjeturas
Nos encontrbamos al frente deirse necesariamente unguar-
de la cancillera panamea al ( t0 de siglo despus de la seguii-
estallar la primera Guerra Mun-1 da. No seremos nosotros quienes
dial en 1917. Decimos en 1917, pretendamos sentar plaza de
No pasarn muchos das des- P01-?"* 1 blen fs cP.rl que !as profeta recurriendo a expedien-
pus de la despedida de los' hostilidades entre los Imperios tes de matemtica barata. Los
vieneses y llegarn a Panam I ntrales europeos v la Triple; clc.os blicos no han sido estu-
los Cosacos del Don, otra agu- I Fntent.e _comenzaron *n 19,A- f.uc diados cientficamente salvo
pacin de primera calidad del
tipo coral. Las canciones rusas
son pintorescas, sealan una
tradicin.
En la primera decena de ma-
Para erradicar una costumbre como la del uso yo se presentar en el Nacional
de la sirena sera necesario, como se ha hecho en
otras partes, imponer severas sanciones a los in-
fractores, y no sera ni justo ni lgico que se cas-
tigara a las personas que se valen de la bocina de
sus carros para contener un poco los abusos irri-
tantes y peligrosos de un gran nmero de chofe-
res.
Por otra parte, hay que tomar en considera-
cin que casi todas las calles de Panam son usa-
das por centenares, miles, de chiquillos y jvenes
que juegan como s^ estuvieran, en sitios destina-
dos a distracciones fue'esa clase. En otras ocasio-
nes, ayer, para ser ms precisos, al estimular el
proyecto del Alcalde relacionado con los Parques
Infantiles, pusimos de manifiesto ese peligro en-
focado desde el punto de vista del trnsito. De nin-
guna manera se podra imponer pena alguna a
quien usara la sirena del carro para avisar a esos
chiauillos que se hallan en peligro de un posible
accidente.
Y como stos se podran citar muchos casos de
visible irregularidad en el funcionamiento del trn-
sito que hacen necesario, o por lo menos justifican
el empleo moderado de las bocinas de automviles.
Entre otros, por ejemplo, est el que con frecuen-
cia se ve en la Avenida Justo Arosemena frente
a un sitio de recreo en donde muchos carros se es-
tacionan por la tarde en forma generalmente irre-
gular y los jvenes all reunidos eonversan a ve-
ces desde su automvil en el centnkde la calle
con amigos que estn en la acera Naturalmente
los que quieren pasar por all se ven obligados a
solicitar va por medio de la sirena.
En resumen, mientras las autoridades del trn-
sito no regulen el movimiento de los vehculos en
forma satisfactoria y mientras no se impongan san-
ciones rgidas a los transgresores de la ley respec-
ta declaracin de guerra de ios
Estados Unidos a Alemania y a
sus aliados en 1917 lo que dio a
aquellos sucesos el carcter de
conflagracin universal.
De aquella noche de horror y
- de sangre que cay entonces so-
kai.Co?J?n.ia _Dr_amall,ca EsP*-:bre la humanidad. emerM
mejor parecer v hav muchos
imprevistos e imponderables que
pueden intervenir para acortar o
alargar la distancia entre esos!
ciclos si su existencia llegara a
(lemd.sirar.se en realidad. Pero 'a
anotacin de ciertas fechas im-
portantes y la observacin de i
nlo ma o 1 ----1 U,C "* IlUlllUIllllUtl. ril'l...... >: (JUItUHLCB V HI JIJ.il' 1 V1UI (III Ul'
rt',V^ "fe al, nombre embargo, como un rayo de luz y los hechos internacionales que
INAUGURACIN DE UN DISPENSARIO. Grficas de la Inaueuracin del moderno dispen-
sario en Rio Abajo. Arriba aparecen el Alcalde Vera Mndez en momentos en que recibe las
llaves del edificio de manos del Ingeniero Gul llermo Mndez Jr. y los concejales Piango, P-
rez. Carrillo. Branca y Martiz. Abajo, una vista general del nuevo edificio.
del Fnix de las Ingenios, Fray
Lope Flix de la Vega CarpiOj
la famosa compaa Lope de
Vega.
Cmo no recibir a estos em-
bajadores del arte hispnico
de esperanza el Pacto de la Liga
o Sociedad de Naciones. Darte
integrante de los tratados de paz
que flrmp'""r> vencedores y ven-
cidos en 1918.
La Liga poma rendir, v en rea-
mundo hasta su desintegracin
ulterior, consumida a conse-
cuencia de su propia deficlen-
con plena simpata? Los dirige I lidad rindi, grandes servicios al
un nieto de don Manuel Tama-
yo y Baus, el dramaturgo de
la segunda mitad del XIX, el
admirable autor de "Locura de
Amor", y como primer actor
figura Carlos de Lemos. No
hay enamorados del teatro en
,el Istmo? Yo creo que si. Por
!o pronto, modestamente, me
cuento entre ellos.
La Compaa Lope de Vega
en aquellas se produjeron, no de Washington .Su participado!,
deben menospreciarse ni relegar- como beligerante en la segunda
se al olvido porque son, despus, Ruerra mundial fue de taa
de todo, los nicos elementos con magnitud v eficacia como en la
que contamos para formar jui- i guerra anterior
dos o conjeturas e hiptesis so-
bre lo que el- inmediato futuro
nos reserva.
Sin los Estados Unidos en '.a
Liga de Naciones hemos visto que
estall la Segunda Guerra Mun-
Despus de la primera guerra dla': cn .,0 atados Unidos
cia constitucional. Careca, en mundial y antes de la segunda. $"*a ^o h^esUl a-
efecto, de poder coactivo para i ennos muchos que el ingreso *ac'"efa VUerYaMur>-
imponer sus decisiones a sus in- de los Estados Unidos en la Li-a d8?"nJa Ta hecno su a^rl-
quletos miembros o pupilos. Sus de Naciones evitarla una nueva al. pera, ha hechop Pan
fundadores olvidaron ponerle conflagracin universal y Ja des- i ?MenrtManchuril' aT des-
dientes a la criatura, y cuando integracin utterlr de la Liga. DudMa Palmera Giierra Mu-
as ambiciones imperialistas des- Por eso vimos con regocijo la I gue e la m o "ra .
atentadas encontraron en ella participacin que tom el Go- SS!?i*^SLSJSSSfV!L
abre un hnnn .,"..! ~~t "i"~ "na valla Infranqueable o una I ""no de Washington en el con-
nes i mi,"". am?elf.,.un,.cl0- incmoda cortapisa, los ms dis- feto manchuriano enviando a
Prentlss Gilbert como observa-
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan, Mbre tpicos de inters general.
que no sean demasiado extensa.
COMUNICADO OBRERO
noc i- ,,i,.i. j. ... ------ incoiuuuH i.uiouyioa, ua mus uir-
me inV^ mii tx . coto saltaron por la tangente.
nf r. mpnclonado Herbert despedidos comei pepas de euava -
rL^o('aqUo rePrefenta a la bajo la presin de los dedos y la Ginebra. Nos hicimos eco del
dor a los debates del Consejo en
^amp^*.en,.anama,como re" disolucin final no se hizo es-
presenta tambin a la Socie-
por conocer esta comedia que
rompe los moldes, que es un
tiva, no es prudente abolir por completo el uso de mego imaginativo, que no gri-
dad Musical Daniel.
La inauguracin ser con "L05
Intereses Creados" de Jacinto
Benavente. Ha tiempo que no
se admira en el Nacional la
exquisita comedia, piedra an-
gular del teatro benaventiano
Estrenada en 1908 ay! yo a-
sisti al estreno... no ha per-
dido su categora, no se ha en-
mohecido. El primer acto de
"Los Intereses Creados" es jo-
ya del teatro universal, no ni-
camente del teatro espaol. A-
quel prlogo aquelios dos cua-
dros, que lo Integran son esen-
cia pura de teatro grande. La
prosa del prlogo posee una
dignidad, una grandeza, insu-
perables.
Despus vendrn otras obras
de las que puedan. El "telo"
de Shakespeare, el "Tenorio"
de Zorrilla, "El nido ajeno', la
primera comedia de Benaven-
ie. Y una obra nueva: "Celos
del aire", de Lpez Rubio. Yo
siento una enorme curiosidad
perar.
Pero tan
necesaria era una
sentimiento general de las dele-
gaciones latinoamericanas cuan-
do en la sesin del Consejo cele-
institucin de esa envergadura I brada el, 18 de Octubre de 1931
en nuestro siglo que al Irrum- pronunciamos estas palabras que
pir una nueva hecatombe uni- tomamos del acta respectiva:
"El representante de la Rep-
blica de Panam, pas vincula-
do a los Estados Unidos por po-
derosos intereses comunes, por
slidos nexos de carcter amis-
toso a la vez que contractual, fal-
tara a su deber si no expresara
la satisfaccin profunda que ex-
perimenta viendo al Represen-
versal de la magnitud de la pri-
mera, la humanidad alegre y
confiada volvi a la idea de un
conjunto de Naciones ene ia
garantizara contra un tercer ba-
o de sanare y fuego, y pre-
servara a la civilizacin de u 1
absoluta extincin. As surgir 1..
en su da la Carta de 1>" Na
las sirenas de los automviles.
"Quien siembra recoge" . .
suscrbase a nuestro
CLUB DE VAJILLAS
de finsima porcelana en
LUB DE 30 SEMANAS
Me 75c. B 1.25
semanal.
< ompre su nmero favorito
HOY mismo!
ta, que habla al oido y sugiere
'muchas cosas, de aienerme a
los informes, que hasta mi han
llegado.
Yo conozco una comedia de
1 Lpez Rublo cuyo primer ac-
to es portentoso: "Alberto", y
por lo mismo espero ilusionado
"Celos del Aire" que se me a-
firma es muy superior a "Al-
berto".
Y se darn ms obras con
carcter extraordinario. Tal vez
mis aficiones me lleven por ra-
ros senderos; pero yo solicita-
ra "La vida es sueo", del ba-
rroqusimo don Pedro ov
Avenida Central 91
clones Unidas, sucesora del Pac- tant,e de la Gran Potencia A-
mericana sentarse alrededor de
nuestra mesa y asociarse de mo-
do ms activo y sin duda ms
eficaz a nuestras trabajos actua-
les de conciliacin y apacigua-
miento.
."Saludo, pues, con el espritu
regocijado, la presencia entre
nosotros del Representante de
los Estados Unidos de Amrica y
creo interpretar un sentimiento
general haciendo votos por que
la colaboracin ocasional que l
nos aporta hoy pueda transfor-
marse en breve en asociacin
durable, establecida a base de
igualdad con todos los Estados
representados alrededor de esta
mesa; una asociacin, en fin.
tal como el mundo entero la de-
sea y la espera desde hace largo
tiempo".
Desgraciadamente la presencia
de Mr. Gilbert en Ginebra fue
de corta duracin. No impidi el
fatal desenlace que todos tema-
mos en aquellos das y de cuyas
consecuencias no pudo escapar
a la larga nt el mismo Gobierno
to de la Liga, y otros instru-
mentos concordantes, universa-
les unas, continentales otros, pe-
ro Inspirados todos en idnflcr
proponaos de conservacin'y pa-
cificacin.
La seuiida guerra mundial
termin con la rendicin del Ja-
pn y de los beligerantes euro-
peos en 1945. esto es 27 aos des-
pus del tratado de paz de -Ver-
salles: un cuarto de siglo, apro-
ximadamente. Esa guerra empe-
z a incubarse en China con la
agresin japonesa a Mukden en
1931, y tras una serle de alter-
nativas que hicieron estremecer
ms de una vez la frgil barqui-
lla de la paz simbolizada en la
Liga de Ginebra, las Potencias
agresoras optaron por seguir el
partido de la guerra, y despus
del lastimoso espectculo que o-
frecieron al mundo las tcticas
de apaciguamiento ensayadas
con tan poca elegancia como
ineficacia por varias Potencias
europeas, en 1939 vinieron fi-
nalmente a las manos Alemania,
por una parte, contra Austria
los Balcanes, Polonia. Blgica.
eso: buen teatro.
La bomba final de Herbert
de Castro fue esplndida. Me
dijo que en junio dara un
n concierto en Panam Arturo
de la Barca y algn auto sa- Rubinstein. El nombre de Ru-
ramental: El Gran Teatro oel binstein no necesita adjetivos.
tiempo v lugar, dondequiera que
la atmsfera se carga de electri-
cidad.
En el intervalo comprendido
entre las das ltimas grandes
conflagraciones y en lo que va
corrido desde el fin de la ltima
hasta hoy. se han presentado en
el planeta situaciones tan seme-
jantes, premisas tan idnticas
seguidas de corolarios tan idn-
ticos que quien ha observado esos
fenmenos en el sitio mismo
donde tuvieron origen, no al tra-
vs de los cables de las agencias
noticiosas ni de las gacetillas
de los diarlos, carece de derecho
moral para abstenerse de extraer
de. ellas conclusiones prcticas
de posible utilidad en el uturo.
a no ser que renunciemos al e-
jerclcio de las operaciones dis-
cursivas del pensamiento, que
son privilegio y honra de la es-
pecie humana.
SI esas conclusiones, conjetu-
ras o hiptesis, se confirman de
hecho una vez yllegado el trmi-
no de su madurez, v estalla la
tercera guerra mundial, nuestra
previsin no habr podido tener
mejor Justificacin. Si. por el
contrario, la realidad contradice
nuestro pesimismo y la paz del
universo no se aleera. habremos
iustlficado tambin nuestra ac-
titud de defensa la cual obrara
en ese caso como le mejor poder
disuasivo contra agresiones pre-
meditadas pero abortadas.
En dos prximos artculos exa-
minaremos esas situaciones afi-
nes y sugestivas que hemos ad-
vertido en los ltimos 84 aos
de la vida internacional, tales
como pudimos captarlas en Gi-
nebra v en Pars hasta a princi-
pios de 1933. y en el Continente
Americano desde entonces.
Narciso Garay.
de todo lo que signifique co-
munismo ya que la Unin Ge-
neral de Trabajadores de la
R. de P., ha agrupado siem-
pre en sus filas al elemento
sano, consciente y trabajador
de la clase obrera panamea.
La Unin General de Tra-
La Unin General de Traba-! bajadores, deja por este rae-
jadores no es Comunista Id,a- Plen constancia de que
las afirmaciones aparecidas en
"La Unin General de Tra-; un diario de la localidad, ha-
bajadores de Panam, (U.G. I clndose eco del comentarlo
De la Unin General de
Trabajadores de la Repblica
de Panam, central obrera au-
tnticamente democrtica, he-
mos recibido el siguiente vi-
brante comunicado:
T.i, es una entidad sindical
integrada y dirigida por au-
tnticos trabajadores, que no
se hallan al servicio de inte-
reses patronales o polticos, ni
nacionales ni extranjeros, cu-
yo inters primordial es de
solucionar los problemas que
afectan a la clase trabajado-
ra panamea como lo son los
bajos salarlos, desempleo, tra-
to incorrecto, falta de protec-
cin adecuada en caso de en-
fermedad o accidente, desco-
nocimiento de el derecho a or-
ganizamos sindicalmente ale-
jadas de nuestras actividades
de un periodista francs, no se
ajustan a la verdad en el sen-
tido de que nuestra Unin O-
brera es de tendencia Comu-
nista o de partido. Adems
estamos en condiciones de re-
futar cualquier prueba que s*
pretenda aportar; an ms,
veramos con sumo agrado que
el Mayor Alfredo Alemn lan-
zara a la luz pblica las tan
cacareadas pruebas que dice
poseer.
Esas afirmaciones antojadi-
zas solamente las pueden ha-
cer aquellos que desconocen el
(Pasa la pag. . Col. Ii
Mundo" por ejemplo: o una
comedia de Tirso, el ilustre
mercenario: "El vergonzoso en
^alacio". Y si me aprietan "Pe-
ibafiez y el Comendador de
)raa", de Lope.
Bueno: no sigo. MI ansia de
buen teatro no tiene lmite. Y
la compaa Lope de Vega hace
N I NT A (M Vi{' 'N R A DI
antes ilc haber odo
Ra,0 PHILIPS
"El. MEJOR DEL MlNDtr
LEGITIMO HOLANDS UN ANO DE GARANTA
VALO! IGALO! y COMPRELO!
Rubinstein es uno de los pla-
nistas que estn ms all de
los elogios.
Despus de esta hermosa se-
rie de noticia-, Herbert y yo
hablamos de toros.
Esto ser asunto para otra
ci oniquina...
La Matrcula
de la ACADEMIA MERCANTIL
est abierta para Mecanografa, Estenografa Gregg. Con-
labilidad. Ingls, Archivologa, y Estenografa a Mquina
(Estenotipia Las clases regulares empiezan el Lunes 2 de
Abril. El curso de ESTENOTIPIA empieza el Lunes 9 de
Abril. Se dicta en Espaol o Ingls, de da o de noche.
Reserve un puesto. Hay pocas vacantes.
Are. Central Altos Farmacia Preciado Ter. J-0227.
LA MATRICULA ESTA ABIERTA
en el
INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO
de acuerdo con el siguiente calendario:
LA SECCIN PRIMARIA (Calle la. No. 26)
Jueves, Marzo 29Alumnos anteriores4o 5o. y flo. Gradas.
Viernes, Marzo 30Alumnos anteriores2o. y 3er. Grados.
ALUMNOS DE NUEVO INGRESO PRIMER'AO
Alumnos cuyos apellidos empiecen con las siguientes
letras:
A a G: Se matricularn el Lunes 2 de Abril. \
H a P: Se matricularn el Martes 3 de Abril.
Q a Z: Se matricularn el Mircoles 4 de Abril.
Los aspirantes a entrar al Primer Ao de la Secundaria
deben presentarse personalmente y traer su boletn de cali-
ficaciones del VI Grado y su certificado de terminacin de
Estudios Primarios. De acuerdo con el reglamento Interno
del colegio se har un examen de capacidad general.
CANDIDATOS PARA EL PRIMER ORADO
(Calle la. No. 26)
El Jueves 5 y Viernes 6 de Abril sern los das de la
matricula. Todo candidato debe tener 7 aos cumplidos,
comprobados por Certificado de Nacimiento que presentar.
El mismo nio debe presentarse para ser examinado.
Las horas de matricula en ambas secciones sern de
8:00 a 12:00 a.m. y de 2:00 a 4:00 p.m.
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LUNES, ABRIL 2. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VAGINA TRRf
Costa Rica, tierra del cafeto, de la
guara y de la belleza en el arte y
la personalidad de sus mujeres
Un ineludible Y muy hon-
roso deber de familia me lle-
v por vez primera a Costa
Rica:
Una de mis sobrinas, Virgi-
nia Roquebert Ramirez, cele-
braba esponsal esa misma tar-
de del lunes 26 de marzo, con
el caballero Danilo Jimnez
Veiga, de la alta sociedad de
San Jos y me corresponda,
como padrino, Ir en represen-
tacin de los padres de la no-
via, muertos ambos, a hacer
entrega de la novia al galn
ante el altar.
En uno de los aviones de
la Pan American Airways part
de Tocumen antes del amane-
cer. Los primeros rayos de la
aurora me dejaron percibir la
laguna de Chlriqui y Ja del Al-
mirante, con la imaginacin
reproduje aquella escena del 8
de octubre de 1502 en que Cris-
tbal Coln, acompaado de su
hermano Bartolom y de su
hijo adolescente de trece aos,
don Fernando, despus de ha-
ber recorrido a Centro Amri-
ca, hizo anclar su nave en las
cristalinas y tranquilas aguas
de la hermosa bahia que vea
ahora dibujarse entre el con-
traste de verde oscuro del es-
peso follaje de la costa y el
azul pursimo del mar. Y pa-
recime ver la escena de aque-
llos indios coronados de flores
y con grandes lmina de re-
luciente oro al pecho que inge-
nuemente Informaron a los es-
paoles sobre la riqueza de las
minas de Veraguas y sobre la
ms fabulosa riqueza del Per.
Las lenguas de tierra que
forman la Punta Tervi o T-
rraba y Punta Mona o Carre-
ta rompen la regularidad de la
linea de la costa que se pro-
longa hacia Costa Rica. Rom-
pan las olas del Caribe a lo
largo de la recta y una fran-
ja de blanca espuma hacia des-
tacar mejor el azul del mar.
El avin abandon la lnea
del litoral y a mi izquierda
vi alzarse la linea de los mon-
tes que constituyen la espina
dorsal del Continente y, ms
ac, el profundo verdor de la
selva virgen los claros simtri-
cos de los grandes cultivos, el
tono ms oscuro de los cafe-
tales y aqu y all, como palo-
mas blancas posadas sobre la
esmeralda de una loma, las
casitas dispersas caprichosa-
mente como en Inmenso naci-
miento.
El sol naciente enviaba sus
rayos casi horizontales sobre el
paisaje y los rboles que pro-
tege nlos cafetos se destaca-
ban en las laderas cultivadas
con perfiles bien precisos.
Entre el follaje una mancha
rojiza de lava estratificada me
hizo recordar el origen volc-
nico de esa regin y ms all
el espejo de un lago retrataba
el oscuro follaje de los cafetos
de la orilla.
Despus vi la cspide de una
Iglesia y la graciosa Cartag.
reclinada muellemente sobre el
altiplano.
Finalmente estaba all San
Jos, con sus grandes masas
arquitectnicas alternando con
la policroma de sus techados
y residencias privadas.
Un perfecto aterrizaje y, ya
en tierra, nuestros ojos des-
cansaron un momento sobre las
lneas armoniosas de la torre
Sortijas de Brillantes
desde B 12.50
Relojes
desde B 6.50
Sistema
de Club
HAWAII
La Joyera de Confianza
AVE. CENTRAL 56
Sortijas
de oro
desde
B'S.95
LA FIESTA EN HONOR DE ALEMN V ARO
sincera amistad, fue la ofrecida el sbado en
seores Alclbades Arosemena, Primer Vice-Pre
man, ex-Ministros de Hacienda y Tesoro y Go
mentos en que el seor Arosemena conversa
Moreno G., mientras el Mayor Alemn escucha,
el Conjunto Cajar. Aparecen en la foto don E
Joa, el Licenciado Vctor Villalobos y un grupo
SEMENA. Una fiesta de compaerismo, de
la Urde por el Sindicato de Periodistas a loa
sidente de la Repblica y Mayor Alfredo Ale-
bierto y Justina. Aparecen en hi foto en mo-
tn nuestro Jefe de Redaccin, don Armando
muv complacido, una pieza tpica que le dedic
duardo Briceo, el Magistrado Augusto N. Ar-
de periodistas. _____
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES RARATO Y EFECTIVO
. Selecciones de Noviembre le dice
COMO SUPRIMIR LOS MALOS OLORES
DEL CUERPO Y EVITAR EL MAL ALIENTO
---------------al mismo tiempo!--------------
La mareta nutvo tablata varea
centtene un aaodaranta natural
'Clorofila). Ifactivaraante elimina
rae ataree afamivet en iu principio
dentro ele in organism*,
por an die entere.
Seleccione* de Noviembre, pagina 95,
reporta la mgica "Medicina Verde"
que rpidamente detiene el mal aliento
y elimina los malos olores del cuerpo
Es un deodcrante natural: Clorofila, el
que puede. Ud. conseguir en cualquier
botica, en pequeas tabletas verdea lla-
madas "ENNDS".
Una o dot tabletas "ENNDS" cada ma-
ana, terminan cnn su diaria preocupa-
cin obre tu mal aUento y otros malo*
olores por un dia entero.
otras enfermedades Quedando Ud. II
bre de malos olores de lot pies a la
cabeza. Por esa razn miles de personas
bendicen las tabletas "ENNDS".
y de las alas del edificio del
aeropuerto, con sus arcos ro-
manos y sus columnas jnicas.
En la Aduana nos sorprendi
el saludo franco y alegre de
nuestro actual representante
diplomtico en Costa Rica, don
Walter Meyers, hijo.
En compaa de este exce-
lentsimo amigo y. gracias a su
Inters por darme a conocer en
el corto tiempo que tenia dis-
ponible lo ms caracterstico de
la capital tica, visit el Tea-
tro Nacional, di un vistazo a
la Universidad y el Museo y
pude admirar las obras del ge-
nio artstico del pueblo costa-
rricense que se pone de mani-
fiesto en la escultura y la pin-
tura.
Hay en la fachada del Tea-
tro Nacional una sntesis de
los dos grandes estilos clsicos:
Coronado de estatuas el trin-
gulo griego reposa sobre arcos
romanos y de la oscura comba
de dos grandes nichos resaltan
las figuras marmreas de esta-
tuas de tamao heroico.
En el vestbulo me atrajo es-
pecialmente la estatua de la
maternidad por la naturalidad
del gesto y la Impecable per-
feccin de las formas.
Las distintas tonalidades de
los mrmoles qu erevlsten las
paredes Interiores, la riqueza
extraordinaria del decorado, los
espesos cortinajes que hacen
realzar la belleza de puertas y
ventanas, los dibujos del cielo
de las espaciosas salas, los
muebles de las misma.-;, la gra-
ciosa curva de los pasadizos, la
riqueza de las escalinatas, la
disposicin de palcos, escenarlo
y espacio para los telones, .to-
do junto y cada detalle sepa-
rado Impresionan al visitante y
lo obligan a pensar: Aqu hay
verdadera cultura.
Las lneas rectas, sencillas y
austeras de la Universidad con-
trastan con las suntuosidades
y el brillo del estilo rocoso del
Interior del teatro. Hay aqu
una genulna manifestacin del
espritu moderno, que busca la
armona en la simplicidad y
en la limpieza. aLs masas dis-
puestas equilibradamente Im-
presionan por su proporcin y
porque se descubre de un solo
golpe de vista que all todo
tiene su razn cientfica de ser.
(Pas* a la Pig. 8. Col. 4)
...en el Bazar Francs
TABLAS
DE PLANCHAR
de acero, plegables,
en color azul
FORROS y PAD
en juegos
tambin
FORROS
sueltos
. . COMA MEJOR
Y AL MINUTO CON LA
OLLA de Presin
"Universal"
adems
ACEITE PURO
DE OLIVA
"Duret"
Cuarto.....78
Kilo ......1.40
en *ai>iro de
4 y 6 cu artos
Bazar Frances
HEURiEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza de Santa Ana Panam
PREDICE LA MODAEl vestid*
de Pascuas de la seora mam
ser algo asi en el o 2,000, se-
gn loa expertos en modas de
Chicago. Dicen que las mujeres
llevaran su comida, telfono v I
carburante en bolsas como la de
la foto.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores Drooramas
S
N* Hare Oao al Organismo y Ka
Reconocala Su efectividad
Probada como secura "La Medicina i
Verde" "ENNDS" no detiene la trans- i
piracln, simplemente la deodortza. no 1
cubre lot malos olores tino que los 11- i
mina desde dentro de su organismo, de
un modo seguro y natural, y recuerde
el Ingrediente principal es Clorofila,
un deodorante natural. Est probado
cientficamente que la "Medicina Ver-
de" no es daina al organismo. Ud
puede tomar tranquilamente ENNDS"
todos lot dial.
El buen
automovilista
Tabaco. Halitosis. Aliento Alcohlica
7 Otro* Malo* Olores Desaparece*
Instantneamente
ENNDS" no es un refrescante para tu
aliento, tampoco un deodorante porque
deUene el mal desde el lugar de origen
dentro de su organismo En cuestin da
minutos detiene el mal aliento produci-
do por el tabaco, cebollas, alcohol y
halitosis dejando el aliento fresco.
mira antes
de
RETROCEDER
FTetegM* Todo el Dia*
Devolvemos Su Dinero
La medicina milagrosa contina traba-
lando durante todo el da. aunque Ud
no a* pueda baar. Garantizada para
eliminar loe malos olores por un dfa
entero, o le devolvemos su dinero. No
se arriesgue, detenga loa maloa olores
v mal aliento. Pregunte por ENNDS"
en su farmacia, cuesta irnos pocos cen-
Uve* diario* el conservarse seguro.
Km Means Q*e Casta Va Gallo Suprime
loe Oleres Ofensivos
En una hora loa maloa olores del cuer.
po desaparecen, hasta los malos olores
causados por la menstruacin, sudor y
ENNDS CON SEGURIDAD
DtTIINI LOS MALOS OLORES
DISAJO DE LOS BRAZOS. PIES
MAL ALIENTO, etc.
CAUSADOS-POR:
. tabac*. retallas, halitosis,
alcohol j das dlflroltosos.
m,nti'iTinrmiin ,m-ij
IMHDS-
: iiii) !.*' :
u.i,Mi,,ii.imii*'
Ma *
r ASTER
CHAMBOnrfTyl
JsDuinta AVENIDA
estn desempacando
FALDAS DE GABARDINA
Negras, azules, grises,
mostaza. Tallas: 2428.
Especial...4.95 y 5.25
BLUSAS BLANCAS
Con letn blanco.
Tallas 32 a 38.
Especial. .. 3.50
COLLARES Y ARETES
BLANCOS
De cuentecltas blancas
pequeas. Collares pegados
al cuello y aretes de
colgar, largos.
Especial...0.95 1.50
CAMISA POLO CMICA
Tallas: pequea,
mediana, grande.
VESTIDITOS PARA NI5IAS
Colores claros, telas
durables. Tallas 2 al 12.
Especial...2.95 a 5.95
SHORT Y SLACK NINAS
Celeste, rosa, citrn,
rojo. Tallas 2 a 8.
Especial...2.60 a 3.75
POLVOS DE SEDA
HELENA RUBINSTEIN1.10
fabricados con seda.
QUINTA AVENIDA
VEA LA REALIDAD
Con nuestro Sistema de CLUB DE MUEBLES Y MERCADERAS que entregamos
al momento de suscribirse, contribumos a mejorar el Nivel de Vida, sin mayor
esfuerzo para los clientes y con las probabilidades de ganar con el nmero que
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Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor amero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
soumentfTmuebles Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
SOCIOS QUE HAN SIDO FAVORECIDOS
EN ABRIL DE 1951:
Seor ELEl'TERIO FLORESCampo le Pes (Bulunjo)
1 Radio de batera y corriente, marca Regal de
4 tubos dos bandas. GANADO CON 6 SEMANAS.
Seor ANTONIO JARAMII.LO (Sitio de Chilihre) Na
1" altos 1 Llanta 750 x 16 de ocho lonas con tu
tubo correspondiente.GANADO CON 7 SEMANAS.
Seor BOLIVAR CANOCalle 14 Oeste No. 72. bajos
Apart. 51 Cama en color Tino oscuro con su col-
chn v espring de resortes. GANADO CON 9
SEMANAS.
Seorita GRACIELA MOSQl'ERACalle 14 Oeste No.
41I Mquina de escribir porttil marca Reming-
ton. GANADA CON 16 SEMANAS.
Seor CALIXTO RAMIREZPlasa 2 de Enero No 5,
bajos1 Mesa especial para comedor, cuatro sillas
paradas, dos poltronas tapisadaa en cuero color
zul y barnizadas en jaspe naranja. GANADO
CON 18 SEMANAS.
Seor JOS SABINAve. Norte No. 18, altos1 Radio
Philips de 4 bandas, 5 tubos. GANADO CON 21
SEMANAS.
Seora CLEMENTINA VALLEMOSCalle 16 Oeste No.
21, altos.1 Mesa de extensin de 36 pulgadas y 4
sillas tapizadas, asiento y espaldar. GANADO
CON 45 SEMANAS.
Seorita LUISA C. MARTINEZCalle 17 Oeste No. 52,
altos1 Mesa de extensin de 36 pulgadas con 6
sillas barnizadas en color tabaco. GANADO CON
56 SEMANAS.
LOS FELICITAMOS
AVISO: Por motivo de inventario, temporalmente
haremos entregas de Muebles por sistema
de Club, con un depsito REDUCIDSIMO.
Aproveche esta concesin nica!
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGC8 PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING.
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras, Mquinas de Coser,
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores, Estufas para gas. Col-
chones, Linleos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las mejores
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
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Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
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ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro articulo desde
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No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios de
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2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
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OPCIN A GANARSE. 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
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Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
Jovera v Platera Objetos para Retalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)
El mrito de nuestro Club os 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
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CURSOS EN EL INSTITUTO BE VERANO.Los alumnos de
los cursos de verano aprenden a inyectar caballos enfermos.
Aqu se le administra a esta yegua, una inyeccin contra ti
raquitismo. Ntese a la alumna poniendo ella misma la
inyeccin intravenosa.________________
lacen un llamado a todos los
anteos para terminar una
>bra en "el hospital de all
I Del seor Enrique Cedeo
' mal, presidente del comit
! o-Hospltal de "Ta Villa de Los
ntos, hemos recibido el si-
lente telegrama de carcter
gente que se explica por s
lo:
|Para terminar piso hospital,
cesitanse doscientos cuaren-
metros de mosaico a un eos-
de un balboa ochenta cen-
vos el metro. Comit pro-
pital no cuenta con los fon-
s suficientes para esta nueva
agadn, mientras trabajos del
jo estarn listos semana en-
inte. Rosrnoslo informarnos
podemos contar con ayuda
I activa comit 10 de Novlem-
e'\
Ahora bien, el Comit 10 de
| iviembre que me honro en
esldir, a pesar de las buenas
tenciones que lo animan tam-
co esta en condiciones de a-
rtar una ayuda efectiva en
te caso, ya que sus fondos
m sido invertidos en casi su
talidad en obras de beneficio
munal, contndose entre ellas
hospital a que est inor-
acln se refiere.
En vista de lo anterior y por-
e se trata de una obra que
vara alivio y salud a los o-
res humildes de nuestra co-
unidad, me permito hacer un
uado patritico a todos los
jos de la Villa de Los San-
a y simpatizadores de este
eblo, para que aporten su
- CRUCIGRAMA -
generosa ayuda, cubriendo en
el curso de la semana que hoy
se inicia la suma que necesita
nuestro hospital mediante sus-
cripcin popular.
Abrigo la ms absoluta con-
fianza de que nuestro paisa-
nos y amigos respondern de
manera efectiva y sin demoras,
cada cual dentro del marco de
sus posibilidades, ya que esta
actividad ser ndice revelador
de nuestra cultura y amplio
espritu cvico.
Para facilidad de los donan-
tes se han escogido los siguien-
tes sitios donde pueden depo-
sitar sus cuotas:
Barbera La Melena en la
Plaza de la Lotera, al seor
Chiche Ros. Cantina La Trin-
chera, en Avenida B y Calle
14 Este, al seor Suira. Lavan-
dera La Nacional, Calle 8a.
Nox32. a los hermanos Cedeo.
Tambin podrn ser entrega-
das al suscrito en el Departa-
mento de Censos de la Contra-
loria General El desarrollo y
resultados final da la suscrip-
cin i ser publicado oportuna-
mente en los peridicos de la
capital.
Santeos, nuestro hospital pi-
de tu generosa ayuda. No se la
niegues.
Carlos O. Quintero Alfaro,
Presidente del Comit
10 de Noviembre
Panam, abril \q. de 1951
Se presentar en
Chitr "Dramas
Sacros" este mes
Durante los dias sbado y
dominio 7 y de Abr pr-
ximos la Compaa de Dramas
Sacros que dirige el conocido
director teatral Pro. Eduardo
Gmez Bueno, presentar en
la ciudad de Chitr la exito-
sa obrt. original de Monseor
Cordero titulada "LA PASIN
DE CRI8TO". Con este motivo
viajarn hacia Chitr la pr-
xima semana ms de 80 artis-
tas, la mayora de ellos na-
cionales, entre los que figuran
Ramn Garca de Paredes el
prodigioso Hallazgo del Pro.
Gmez Bueno, quien hace ma-
lstralmente el papel de JE-
U8. Esta obra que consta de
un prlogo y 12 actos se pre-
sentar en Chitr tal como se
hizo en el Teatro Nacional y
en el Teatro Presidente de es-
ta ciudad con lujosos decora-
dos y vestuarios. En la ciudad
de Chitr tanto el Alcalde don
Carmelo Spadafora como el
Inspector de Educacin, los
Gerentes de las Radio Emiso-
ras locales se han aprestado a
colaborar en el xito del pro-
grama que se proyecta. El Mi-
nisterio de Educacin y la Bi-
blioteca Nacional auspician ia
presentacin mencionada.
Martha Spadafora triunf como
Reina Tpica Nacional anoche
EL PROBLEMA AGRARIO
r el Dr. Ramn Ferninlea y
mandes, Tcnico de la Cor-
poracin Venezolana de
Fomento.

El problema agrario abarca
conjunto de cuestiones re-
tivas a los sistemas de t-
mela de la tierra, y las con-
cuentes relaciones de pro-
iccln en la agricultura. En
ma son las slg-ulentes: Hay
mezuea las fases de este pro-
a excesiva concentracin de
propiedad, acompaada, so-
te todo en algunas zonas, e
ia tambin excesiva subdlvl-
|5n de las explotaciones; asi
tienen, reunidas, las des-
tajas econmicas y sociales
I latifundio con las desven-
das econmicas del minlfun-
| o. Hay, concordando con lo
iterior, un sistema muy fre-
I ente de explotacin indirec-
[, con absentismo de los te-
'atenientes y explotacin en
anos de arendatarlos y a-
[irceros. Hay mucha tierra
plotable que permanece o-
No descuide
una ampolla!
Habr prctica de
alarma el cinco
El jueves 5 de abril a las 3:SO
p.m. se llevar a cabo una
prctica de alarma antiarea
en el Puesto de Corozal, segn
el anuncio hecho por los Cuar-
teles Generales del Ejrcito de
los Estados Unidos del Caribe
hoy, y aera anunciada y ter-
mnlada por las seales acos-
tumbradas para el comienzo y
la terminacin de las alarmas.
PASO BINAPor abrumadora mayora de votos, la popularsima y bellsima seorita
Martha Spadafora triunf rotundamente en 1 Reinado Tpico Nacional, cuyo ltimo escruti-
nio se celebr anoche. Aparece sonriente y feliz en compaa de don Cartee Sale Boscn, Jefe
de Redaccin de la Estrella de Panam, quien fue escrutador, la seora de Bosh, don Leopoldo
Moreno y otros. Paso a 1* reina gentil y bella!
La bella seorita Martha Spa- rrollador en el ltimo escrutinio
dafora alean* un triunfo a- celebrado par a escoger a
La Seorita Bexie Rodrguez
triunf por estrecho margen
en el "Reinado de Azuero"
Reina Tiplea Nacional, orga-
nizado por las Confederaciones
Interioranas. Fue un triunfo de
su brillante personalidad, de su
popularidad avasalladora, de su
porte gentil.
El escrutinio se celebr en
los altos del saln de La Nue-
va Campana, situado en la
Avenida B., ante numeroso p-
blico, siendo el resultado final
HORIZONTALES:
1Tratamiento r^paol.
4Sirgas para a oar.
8Apero agrcola.
12Rey de Hungra.
13Ser viviente.
14Califa conquistador de Siria
15Fillogo alemn.
17Sombrero de mujer.
18Aparato para alzai grandes
pesos.
19Recordar,
aiSacerdote francs.
23Medida antigua de longitud,
Pl.
24De verbo medir.
25Piedra preciosa.
29Nombre de mujer.
30Del verbo tratar.
31Elemento electroltico.
33Aguantaba.
34Pata de ciertos animales.
35Del verbo roer.
36Cuernos.
37eVstldo de mujer sin
mangas.
40Desafo.
41Rezan.
el siguiente:
Martha Spadafora 39,000
Teresita Velasquez 19,272
Clarlta Espino 14,000
Anlta Palmera ,700
Yolanda Loaba 5,900
Delba Acosta 4,460
Clementina Capuyales 4,480
42Estultos.
40Del verbo pasar.
47Ptalo.
48Nombre de varen.
49Igual al 23 horizontal.
30Te atreves.
51Rio de Suiza.
VERTICALES:
1Ciudad de Francia.
2Rio de Siberia.
3Golpes en ciertas partes
del cuerpo.
4Delicado, delgado.
5Ondulacin.
8Amarre.
7Msica nocturna en honor
de una persona.
8Regln peruana fabulosa.
BSigno ortogrfico, Inv.
10Resina oriental.
11Labrar la tierra.
16Habilidad.
20Poeta, vate.
21Del verbo amar.
22Del verbo binar.
23Queris.
25Especie de aj o pimiento.
26De, sintonizar.
27__Ejerce el sentido del tacto.
28Medida de longitud, Pl.
30Ciudad del Asia Menor.
33Convoyes ferroviarios.
34 Ciudad de Italia.
36Indgenas filipinos.
37Recipiente para lquidos.
38Valle de Espaa.
39Aparato para pescar.
40Enrejado.
43Gorra militar.
44Alga filamentosa.
45Hermana.
La mi leve letin so puede in-
fectaroo se arriesgue!
USE
BAND-ITA
VIUDITAS ADHESIVAS
a! Aclamad" poc la profaain mdica
I
Con compresas de Sulfatiazol,
ajiercurocromo o Tiro-Tri-Cin*.
Tenga siempre varias a la mano.
IAMI lTD*
H4ovt*t*OH
closa, y sin embargo es rete-
nida tenazmente por sus pro-
pietarios, como un capital de
especulacin. Finalmente, hay
una situacin de privilegio
para los terratenientes, por
cuanto no existe impuesto pre-
dial y son muy grandes los
aumentos de valor comercial
por causas ajenas al esfuerzo
y la voluntad del propietario.
Como un sntoma de estos
problemas, existe una fuerte
presin, a veces latente, a ve-
cea manifiesta, de la pobla-
cin campesina por la tierra.
De all derivan continuas di-
ficultades entre los campesinos
y los terratenientes. El proble-
ma agrario venezolano puede
adquirir un carcter grave, al
ceder el auge econmico en
3ue ha venido viviendo el pals
urante los ltimos aos.
Lo hecho hasta ahora en
Venezuela para afrontar este
problema es poco significativo.
Ha habido abundancia de le-
yes agrarias (tres sucesivas
hasta ahora), pero casi nula
la aplicacin de las mismas.
Los nicos puntos merecedores
de sealarse parecen ser: el
establecimiento de colonias a-
rrendatar*os en las fincas na-
cionales (los "bienes restitui-
dos" de Gmez); el intento de
establecer grandes cooperativas
de produccin (las "comunida-
des agrarias"), con mucho Im-
pulso inicial, pero aa la pos-
tre fallido: la entrega en pro-
piedad a los campesinos de
parcelas en las fincas nacio-
nales (los dichos bienes resti-
tuidos en donde esos campesi-
nos venan trabajando como a-
rrendatarlos). Por lo que res-
pecta a la propiedad privada,
su defectuosa estructura no
se ha tocado, salvo unas po-
cas excepciones. Lo ms sig-
nificativo hasta hoy parece ser
la mencionada entrega en pro-
piedad de parcelas, sobre todo
(Pata a la pagina 8, col l)
Escrutando a su favor la ha-
lagadora cifra de 69,625 votos,
la gentil Seorita Bexie Rodr-
guez de la ciudad de Chitr,
se coron como la Reina de
Azuero, en el concurso que aus-
piciaban las Federaciones de
Sociedades Santeas y Herre-
ranas.
Fue un final emocionante y
de grandes espectatlvas, puesto
que la siguiente en orden de
sucesin, la seorita Eida Ca-
rrizo de Oc, amenaz hasta
el ltimo momento, con la m-
nima diferencia de dos mil
ciento cuarenta y cuatro vo-
tos.
La gran sorpresa de la i.oche.
la dio la seorita Matilc Te-
11o por Santa Maria, quien con
fuerzas inesperadas atropello
visiblemente, demostrando con
ello el empeo y entusiasmo
como ese pueblo pequeo y
prcticamente d e s p oseido de
ventajas econmicas lueh a la
par de Chitr, Los Santos, Oc
y otros de mayores posibilida-
des. _
El triunfo de la seorita Be-
xie Rodriguez fue clamorosa-
mente aplaudido, lo mismo que
a las otras seoritas.
El resultado total de votos
emitidos en este torneo es el
siguiente:
Bexie Rodrguez, Chitr 69,625
Blda Carriso, Oc 67,481
Cita Croswlte, Los Santos 38,066
Matilde Tello, BU. Mara 25,143
Betty Ortega, Macaracas 1P.866
Mara Cedeo, Lajamina 15.046
Elba E. Vargas, Pes 13,271
Edilma Espino, Las Tablas 7,769
Graciela Vargas, Las Minas 6,735
Celmlra Trejos, Los Posos 6,500
Carmen Solis, Pocr 4,273
Marta E. Admad. Parlta 3,885
Comisin de Bibliotecarios
har una visita a las que estn
funcionando en el interior
Con el objeto de visitar al-
gunas de las Bibliotecas Re-
gionales de la Provincia de
Veraguas y todas las de Chi-
riqu (Oriente y Oocldente),
siguieron hacia el interior del
pas algunos Miembros del Co-
mit Nacional Pro-Bibliotecas
acompaados del Director de
la Biblioteca Nacional. En es-
ta forma el Comit Nacional
Pro-Bibliotecas pone en prc-
tica uno de los puntos ms
importantes de su Programa de
Accin, pues se dar cuenta
por sus propios ojos qu Bi-
bliotecas estn cumpliendo con
su trabajo y cuales son las de-
ficiencias ms notorias de di-
chsa Instituciones con el ob-
jeto de subsanarlas en lo po-
sible siempre con miras a que
el pueblo panameo reciba un
servicio adecuado de bibliote-
cas. Hace algunos meses una
Comisin del Comit Nacional
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bliotecas de las Provincias
Centrales y las de Coln ha-
biendo visitado hasta el pre-
sente un total de 37 bibliote-
cas. En algunos casos como en
el de Bocas del Toro y Boque-
te las visitas han redundado
en beneficio directo para di-
chas instituciones, pa los
Conselos Municipales de varias
localidades han votado parti-
das para pagar pequeos suel-
dos a las bibliotecas que no
los tenan y tambin para la
adquisicin de libros.
Panam, 31 de Marzo de
1951.
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Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1673 del Domingo Iq. de Abril de 1*51
El billete entero comprende 6 fracciones divididas en dos serles de 36 fracciones cada una denominadas AT"
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5367
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FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam, JOS DOMINOO SOTO.
SI representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, BRIC HUMBER
l^tKoran H.-Cdula No. S-S8M. El Notarlo Primero ^ jculto dePanwn. DAVIDO JDINa
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DOMINGO lo. DE ABRIL DE 1951
Srto Nmero Trescientos Setenta y Cuatro (374)
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LUNES, ABRIL *, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CIRCO
rr>i
i
Informes para esta seccin e reciben en la'
r\eaatcin Social
de El/ rANAMA-AMER1CA
Telfono J-318
PORAS: l:W a lt:M .m.
Cocktail
U Attach* de 1 Embajada
da loa Estado Unidos seor
Raymond Phelan y seora o-
recen hoy un cocktail en su
residencia al cual han sido in-
vitado un grupo de sus amis-
tadas.
Comkla Informal
Part .isasajar a un grapo
de sus amistades, el seor Ma-
rio Altaro y seora Rila E. de
Alfaro, crecieron en das pa-
sados una comida informal en
su resida' "
Apartado 1S4
efia. Enviamos nuestro
psame a sus hijos se-
uiuermo Quijano y seo-
elma C. de Quijano, se-
anuel de Jess Quijano
seora Alda J. de Qui-
jano', seor Ricardo Vallarlno y
seora Lilla Q. de Vallarlno,
seor Horacio Clare Jr. y se-
ora Olga Q. de Clare, Dr.
Jorge Morales y seora Blgi-
Q. de Moralec, seora Au-
' t Quijano, seor Francisco
uljano y a sus numerosos
eudos y familiares.
Barbacoa ..
El seor Robert MacOrath y
seora Vicky M. de MacOrath
agasajaron e! domingo a un
pequeo grupo de sus amista-
des, con una barbacoa en su
residencia en jco del Mar. i
Piata .i
Con movo del cumpleaos
de su hija Sonla, el seor Lar-
sen y seora Cathleen da Lar-
sen ofrecieron ayer una ani-
mada fiesta Infanta en su Re-
sidencia.
Para los Estados Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
seora Olga A. de Arias, espo-
sa de S. E. el Ministro de A-
grlcultura y Comercio, seor
Ricardo Arlas E. quien sigui
hoy hacia Nueva York en don-
de pasar una corta tempora-
da.
Participaciones de i ,
matrimonio /
Circulan las participaciones
Sara el matrimonio de la se-
orlta Anlta Sedda, hija .del
seor Agustn sedda y seora
Victoriana de Bedda. cori el
caballero Ramiro Abainsa, fhljo
del seor Gustavo Abalnsa y
seora Josefina de Ablnza,
acto que se verificar /el s-
bado 14 del presente f |a?
de la noche en la Pfrjoqaia
de Cristo Rey.
Cambio de residencia '
En Cnsul del Ecuador en
Panam, seor jorge/Bastidas
y seora han trasladado su re-
sidencia y consulado, a/ la ca-
lle 40 No. 3, telfahf 3-S354,
en donde se ponen/ a las r-
denes de sus amistades.
De Jamaica
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Hllde Llndemann de
Miller y a su hija seorita
Miller, quienes se encuentran
en nuestra capital en donde
pasarn varios das visitando a
sus hermanos, seor Toms
Gabriel Duque y Seora Maria
L. de Duque.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos atentamente al
seor Enoch Le Jeune, vice-
presidente del National City
Bank of New York quien lleg
hoy a Panam en donde pa-
sar una temporada hospeda-
do en el hotel El Panam.
Exposicin
Rogelio Rodrigues y seora
Juana Olga Arosemena de Ro-
drguez, invitan a sus amis-
tades y al public en general
a una exposicin,' especial de
fotografa e Iluminacin, que
por cortesa de .la seora Chi-
ta T. de Maduro, tendrn des-
de el Jueves 5 del presente en
la Heladera del Teatro Bella
Vista.
Condolencia I
Despus de/'larga y penosa
enfermedad dej de existir es-
ta maana en la Clnica1 San
Fernando, la apreciablc seo-
ra doa Lu Robles de Quijano
tronco de distinguida familia
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le
deseamos al seor Inocencio
Gallndo Jr. quien sufre que-
brantos de salud en la Clnica
San Fernando.
Restablecidos
Completamente restablecida
abandon el Hospital la seora
Teresita A. de Vizcaya. Nos
alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos el
completo restablecimiento del
nio Gabriel Garrido Chlarl
quien durante varios das
guard cama en su residencia.
Despedida
Deseamos feliz viaje a la se-
ora doa Engracia Gonzlez
ANTES DE SUSCRIBIRSE A
UN CLUB DE MUEBLES,
consulte nuestros precios!
Los ms bajos de plaaa!
MUEtLRlA EUROPEA
Ave. Central y Calle 21 E.
Tels. 2-1830 y 2-1833
Escuela CRISTOBAL RODRIGUEZ
Colegio bilinge (espaol-Ingls)
KINDERGARTEN PRIMARIA SECUNDARIA
ABIERTAS LAS MATRICULAS
INTERNADO PARA NINAS
Se anuncia el cierre de las matriculas para el 14 de
Abril tanto para los viejos como los nuevos alumnos.
Aptdo. 3178 Tal. 3-3437
CALLE CARLOS A. MENDOZA #96
PANAMA, R. de P.
ESTILOS ESPECIALES PARA 1951
^^y^afai a vida
mUtdmdo-d' Aoyai /
NO SE PRIVE DEL PLACED
DETENER LINDOS MUEBLES!
SO LO */. 1 2 SO MN6UALE6
CMPRELOS AL CONTADO, A PLAZOS
O POR CLUB 6N LA
XBi|Rlfl
de Mulero, tronco de honora-
ble familia de Puerto Rico,
quien regresa maana a su
tierra natal. Ha visitado casi
toda la Repblica. Est muy
bien impresionada del progre-
so de Panama. Ha pasado una
larga estada entre nosotros.
De regreso
Regres hoy de su paseo de
vacaciones en Costa Rica la
gentil seorita Leonor Cristi-
na Robles B. Nuestro saludo
de bienvenida.
Cumpleaos de hoy;
Seora Isabel M. de Ramirez.
Seorita Roslna Esqulvel.
Seorita Blanqulta McNatt
Nos complacemos en felicitar
la seorita Maritza Fernndez
O., que cumpli ayer sus quinea
rimaveras. Estudiosa y delicada
laritza so ha captado las sim-
patas de cuantos la tratan y
nosotros queremos presentarle
nuestras felicitaciones que Race-
mos tambin extensivas a sus
padres. Maritza fu agasajada
por sus amistades en una fieste-
eKa ntima..
LA GRADUACIN DE LAB ENFERMERAS. Solemnes momentos, llenos de uncin profesio-
nal, en que hacen el juramento de Florence N i'htingale, las alumnas rraduandas de la Es-
cuela Nacional de Enfermeras, quienes recibieron ssu diplomas el sbado en la noche de ma-
nos de dona Mana S. de Miranda, Ministro de revisin Social.
Maritza Fernndez
Quizado.
Seorita
Guardia.
Nia Telva Argells Stanziola
Garca.
Nio Ramn G. Prez Jr.
Cumpleaos de maana:
Seora Ana Lucrecia V. de
Arlas.
Seora Amlnta Emilia B. de
Navarro.
Seora Alicia B. de Oultis.
Seorita Carmen Mndez.
Seor Arturo Muller A.,
Lie. Miguel J. Moreno Jr.
Seor Pedro A. Diaz.
Seor Irving; Bennct..
Seor Erasmo Oriilac A.
Nia Celia Doris Prez.
El jueves se har
entrega de 44
patrimonios
El Jueves 5 de Abril aeran
repartidos entre los agricultores
de Santa Rita en La Chorrera
44 ttulos de patrimonio familiar
por el Excmo. Seor Presidente
de la Repblica, Dr. Arnulfo
Arlas M.
La ceremonia tendr lugar a
las 10 de la maana, y asistir
el Dr. Arias, la Ministro de Pre-
visin Social, encargada del Mi-
nisterio de Agricultura, Doa
El Occidente y Rusia parecen
haber llegado a una decisin
sobre reunin de los Grandes
Han convenido en abandonar el "forcejeo" sobre las
cuestiones de meaor importancia
PARIS, abril 2. (UP).
Fuentes fidedignas Informan
que la Rusia Sovitica y el
Occidente han convenido en a-
bandonar el forcejeo sobre
cuestiones secundarias y con-
centras sus esfuerzos en la
misin fundamental de formu-
lar el orden del da para la
futura Conferencia de Canci-
lleres de los Cuatro Grandes.
Se dice que el supuesto a-
cuerdo se tom en un almuer-
zo ofrecido a los delegados de
los Cuatro Grandes por el Jefe
de la delegacin de Estados U-
nldos, Philip Jessup en la resi-
dencia en Pars de su prlnci-
ial colaborador, Charles Boh-
en, y asistieron slo el jefe y
Mara Santo Domingo de Miran-
da, el Secretario de Agricultura,
Sr. Don Carlos Isaza, el Sr. Don
Manuel Glvez Berrocal y los
empleados de la Seccin de Pa-
trimonio Familiar del Ministe-
rio de Agricultura.
Sern vendidos
9 destructores a
Amrica Latina
WASHINGTON, Abril i
Fuentes dignas de crditos di-
cen que la Armada espera co-
municar el Martes a la Comi-
sin de Fuerzas Armadas de la
Cmara de Representantes que
desea transferir nueve destruc-
tores de escolta al Uruguay, Pe-
r, Francia y Dinamarca.
De acuerdo con tal proyecte,
Urugay, Francia y Dinamarca,
recibirn dos barcos cada uno
y Per tres. La Comisin se
reunir el Martes para determi-
nar si tal transferencia de bar-
cos requiere una Ley Especial.
El Congreso comunic recien-
temente a la Armada que soli-
citara su consentimiento antea
de transferir "acorazados, porta
Aviones, Cruceros, Destructores
o Submarinos".
un auxiliar de cada una de las
cuatro delegaciones.
Los delegados decidieron sus-
pender la sesin plenarla con-
vocada para ayer tarde con el
objeto de dar tiempo a los de-
legados a consultar sus gobier-
nos respectivos pidiendo nue-
vas instrucciones, y reunirse
nuevamente a las cuatro de la
tarde de hoy.
Segn esas fuentes fidedig-
nas, los tres delegados occiden-
tales y el ruso Andrei Gromyko
convinieron que despus de 4
semanas la conferencia amena-
zaba volver a paralizarse com-
pletamente con motivo de los
nuevos problemas a c c esorlos
plenteados por ambos lados pa-
ra apoyar sus respectivas acti-
tudes en discusin.
Se dice que ambos bandos a-
cordaron se descarten esas
cuestiones secundarlas y pon-
gan manos a la verdadera obra
de formular un conciso orden
del da sobre los problemas
principales de tensin entre el
oriente y occidente de Europa.
Una fuente de la delegacin
occidental dijo que "hoy buenos
motivos para esperar que cuan-
do se reanuden las conversa-
ciones hoy no haya confusin
producida por otras cuestiones
Sin Importancia".

BELLEZA ITALIANA.Gianna Canale, quien conten ca-
rrera como triunfadora de un concurso de beileja en Florencia,
es la ms reciente contribucin de Italia al cine norteamericano.
Gianna debutar en Hollywood frente a Van Johnson en ana co-
media. Verdad que est botada y
Oposicionistas a Trujillo
hacen demostracin en la
reunin de Cancilleres
WASHINGTON", Abril 2 (UP)
Cuando los concurrentes a la
sesin de la Reunin de Consul-
ta de Cancilleres Americanos,
en la cual habl el Presidente
de Francia, Vincent Aurlol se
retiraron, debieron cruzar a pe
o en automvil a travs de una
fila do manifestantes Domini-
canos contrarios a Trujillo,
quienes comenzaron a entregar
a los diplomticos ejemplares de
la publicacin Dominicana 'Plu-
ma y Espada".
Entre los que as pasaron en
automvil estaba el sobrino de
Trujillo, Agregado Militar a la
Embajada Dominicana. Virgilio
Trujillo. Un manifestante Infor-
m que le entreg un ejemplar
de "Pluma y Espada" y qu el
Coronel Trujillo lo arroj al pi-
so del automvil con un gesto
de disgusto.
Los manifestantes portaban
cartelones con leyendas que de-
can "Rompan relaciones diplo-
mticas con la dictadura do
Trujillo"; "SI Luchamos por la
libertad en Corea, Por qu no
hacerlo por la de la Republic
Dominicana?"; y un tercer car-
teln expresaba que durante su
largo rgimen Trujillo ha asesi-
nado a 30,000 Haitianos, 20,000
Dominicanos y 15 norte-ameri-
canos.
La Polica habla tomado me-
didas especiales para el caso quo
los manifestantes causaran d-o
srdenas, pero la manifestacin
fu sumamente pacifica. La ma-
nifestacin se realiz a tal dis-
tancia de la Unin Pan-Ameri-
cana que desde ella no se pudie-
ron leer los canelones.
Los manifestantes, despus do
desfilar tres horas, emprendie-
ron el regreso a Nueva York.
AVE.CENTRAlyCALLE 21 E.1*TELS.2-1830
Y 2-1633
CARGAMENTO DE GRACIAS.Esta carreta llena de gracias,
fue el regalo del pintor siciliano, Francisco Gardinale al director
del Plan Marshall en Italia, Leon I.ayton. Aqu yernos al pintor
decorando la carreta, con pinturas que nos muestran la historia
del Plan Marshall.
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palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. Tiroli Na. 4
Tal. Z-XK1
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
arque 4 LMMfa
r.n.m
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Aae. 4 dr Jallo
Tel. 2-H4I
BOTICA CARLTON
An. Maleada* 10.051
Tal. 2SSCol.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Oeale Na. U
PANAMA AMERICA
SPAN
Na. S7 Panama
va. Central 12-171 Calas
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROViCHI:Pintare r aaasestaa
entra arillanfas a pruaaa da M.
B.3.25 faln. Almacenas Trepidu-
re.
SI VENDENClavai. tabana aara.
acara aaaaaUaa. Pir-Te carlea
amlodci poro cielos rata*) -
rai. lavamanei. acaiadc*, ate. a
lee racia mil bajas aa -lasa.
AGINCIAS GL01ALU. Via Eiei-
a, llaaaaa a laaa Prenea. Til
S-1501_____________________________
S"VENDE. Incubodoro elctrico.
Tal. 3-0255 _________________
SE VENDE: Llegoron los famosas,
plumos Esterbrook. Cosa Zaldo,
Avenido Central No. 45.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de 3 racimo-
ras, sala, comedor, 2 servicios, ga-
rage, patio grande cercado, parada
de autobs. Buen vecindario. Calle
5 No. 22, despus de 5 p.m.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet completamen-
te amueblodo, sola, comedor, tres
recmaras, 2 baos, porch, terra-
la, garage, cuorto empleado, jar-
din, polio grande. Ave. 6a., altos
del Golf, entre Calles "!o. y 8a.
Tel. 3-2541.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:0 sa wandt. Cota da
campo en Chorrera (El Cocol Tal.
3-0255.
Sobre robo
rrido. lo cual deploro sincera-
mente, puedo seguir gozando de
esos mritos porque estoy nore
de pecado y porque puedo cons-
tatar lo mucho que gestione
para garantizar dicho local
contra robos.
Ahora que el seor Rosendo
Ochoa. sub-Director de la Po-
lica Secreta y funcionario en-
tendido en la materia da a
conocer con conocimiento de
causa "que todo indica que ni
se violaron las puertas ni tam-
poco la caja fuerte de dicha
institucin, a la cual se le
echara cido para despistar .
o cual indica que tiene que
s:r alguien familiarizado con la
Institucin" comprueba que su
t-ibajo puede llegar pronta-
mente a su etapa final.
Por consiguiente, le ruego a
?toce funcionario, para mi tran-
quilidad como Jefe del Despa-
cho y de los empleados que es-
temos libres de toda culpa, pro-
siga con ahinco su encargo has-
ta descubrir y delatar quin o
quienes son los autores de este
robo.
Est dems decir en esta car-
ta, que tanto el rgano Ejecu-
tivo como el comercio en ge-
neral han visto en m un fun-
cionario celoso, capacitado y
honrado para buen prestigio de
la Administracin Pblica que
rige en estos momentos el Ex-
celentsimo seor Presidente Dr.
Arnulfo Arias.
Jos Santander Alvarado,
Avaluador Oficial
de Expreso Areo
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno en Par-
que Lefevre, 1000 M2. Esquina
Calle C v D. Precio B.2.50 M2.
Llame Tal. 3-3224.________________
SE VENDE::Gongo! Un negocio por
no poderlo atender, en Ave. 'B'
No. 43, "Los Quebrodos", alquiler
bato, situado a la vuelta de Solsi-
puedes.
SE VENDECaso nueva de dos apar-
tamentos espaciosos de dos rec-
moras, en "El Cangrejo" cerca i
Va Espaa, B/,24,500. Tiene hipo-
teca B/.4.000. Excelente construc-
cin. WICAP.DO MIP.0 2-1215.
SE VENDE:Dos lotes en Las Cum-
bres, 25 minutos de Ancn, todos
utilidades adquiribles, cerca cuesta
bonita, como 1.000 M2. seccin
creciente, buena inversin y s'tio
para su cosa. Para informes Home
2-1293 Balboa o escribo P. J.
Runkel. Apdo. 249. Diablo Hghts.
SE NECESITA
General________
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
res de club de muebles, con refe-
rencias. Mueblera Tun (mueble
ganado mueble entregado,) Aveni-
da Central 200. __________^^^
SE NECESITA: Un dependiente.
Coso ngel. Calle 13 Este No. 16
SE NECESITA
Domstico*
SE NECESITA:Una empleada com-
petente pora los oficios generales
de casa que sepa planchar pora dos
personas. Buen sueldo. Calle 46
No. 22.
SE NECESITAEmpleada. Buen suel-
do. Calle 48 No. 23, Apto. No. 3.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Familia de cuatro. Solicite Ave.
Feo. de la Osso. altos Agencia Ca-
rros Packard, Apto. 1 I.
SE NECESITA:Una Secretaria. Di-
rjase a Casa Central, Calles 9 y
10. Bolvar frente al Correo. Co-
ln.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para lava-
do, aplanchado y limpieza de casa.
Ocurra: Calle 41 No. 37, bajos.
SE NECESITA:Empleada, preferible
duermo nuestra casa. Calle Prime-
ro Perejil No. 20, departamento
No. 6. ___________________________
SE NECESITA:Una empleada para
servicios generales de cosa, que no
sea joven y tiene que dormir en
caso. Calle Manuel Ma. de Icaza
No. 26. Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada pora
oficios domsticos que duerma en
casa. Acuda Sastrera Panami Ele-
gante. Calle 16 Este No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleado, debe dor-
mir en trabajo. Calle 34 No. 32,
frente Hospital del Nio.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en empleo. Referencios. Telfo-
no 3-0717.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero, con refe-
rencias que duermo en el empleo.
Solicite lunes a viernes de I 1 o 1
p.m. Ave. Justo Arosemena No. 43.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que duer-
ma en el trobojo. Ave. Justo Aro-
semena No. 45, Apto. 2 altos. Fa-
milia Achurra.
La Joyera Amrica necesita agentes
vendedores de club. S.i compra oro NECES|TA:_Emp|eodo responsa.
ble. debe dormir en coso. Familia
pqueo. Coalle 37 No. 4, Apto.
12.
viejo.
Lesseps,
Familia pequea americana desea al-
quilar apartamento 2 recmaras
Chalet pequeo en barrio residen-
cial. Responsabilidad y buen cuido
de terreno garantizado. Avise Tel.
7.-2388, horos oficina.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
CUESTA MENOS!
Alquile en Carra
Manjela Ud.
Imafneae!
Por pasear 10 horas. Monejando Ud.,
recorriendo 50 millas, con varios
fomiliares. si Ud. quiere, por slo
B/.9.64. Carro osegurodo. Llame
Tel. 2-1995. Garoge Elias.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto amueblodo,
casa moderna, balcn a la calle.
Hombre solo. B/.30.00. Calle 17
Oeste No. 70, Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA:Una bueno cocinera,
no tiene que dormir n empleo.
Urbanizacin Campo Alegre. Ave.
Manuel Icaza No, 18.
SE NECESITAEmplete, buen sul-
ela, taba dormir an al amaleo. Ca-
lla Raman V.laei Na. 1, efunde
a no. Apta. 4 (al laaa del marca-
o da tratas.)
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para lavar
y planchar a dos personas, necesito
dormir en empleo y troer referen-
cias. Vengo de 3 a 6. Fomilio Ro-
mero. Ave. Balboa y Calle 33 es-
quina.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILAN: Aportomentos de
uno y dos recmaras, sala, come-
dor, cocina, servicios. Calle 7a. No.
15. Lefevre.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, calle 47 No. 3, dos recmaras,
cuarto servicio, sola-comedor, porch,
garage etc. Llame Tel. 3-3338.
SE ALQUILAN:Vorios opartomen-
tos er. Visto Hermosa y Son Fron-
cisco de Id Coleto. Precio rozona-
ble. Ocurra bbreng-Preciado.
SE ALQtMLW:MafpfrtamlWo en
Avenid! Mxico final y colle 43
Estp. Ilanoen^-OMO.__________^
SE ALQUILA: Aporromento en
Avenida Central 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, sola. comedor, cuorto
empleada. Edificio "Hisponia" co-
lle Colombia, No. 3. Entrada in-
dependiente.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos de una
y dos recmaras. Tel. 3-0235. Co-
lle 50 No. 23.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos mo-
dernos de uno recmora B .45.00,
de dos recmaras B.65.00. Ave-
nida Jos de Fbrega No. 16. Pa-
sadeno.' Telfono 3-1070, fomilio
Herrera.
SE ALQUILA
I .rale*
SE ALQU'LA:Locol poro oficina,
arriba del Teatro Centro..
I ALQUILAN:Exclus.vomante po-
ro oficinal locales cntrico* en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 a
precios mdicos Solicitan Infor-
macin an Almacenes 5 y 10 can-
tuvo*.
PERSONALES
Dr. Wendehake, Clinico Mdica ser-
vicio dio y noche. Tel. 2-3479.
PERDIDO
Grotifico con B/. 15.0,0 a quien de*
vuelva 'loro" extraviado de casa
129 en lo Ave. Central primer alto.
George.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto en Ave. An-
rn, Casa No. 71. Apto. I.
CARTAS AL
movimiento nacional obrero y
que nc conociendo la labor de-
mocrtica y sin manchas que
siempre ha desplegado la U.
O. T.. en defensa de los In-
tereses de la clase humilde
trabajadora de la repblica, se
han constituido en enemigos
gratuitos de nuestra agrupa-
cin sindical.
Tenemos el pleno convenci-
miento de que las absurdas a-
severaciones no tienen otra fi-
nalidad que la de sabotear
nuestro proximo Congreso del
28 y 29 de Abr y despresti-
giar el movimiento obrero que
encabeza esta Central Obrera.
No obstante, la Unin Ge-
neral de Trabajadores de la
repblica de Panam declara
a la faz del pas que las in-
sinuaciones maquiavlicas no
la amedren tanto, y antes por
el contrario doblar sus es-
fuerzos en defensa de los in-
tereses inlefrales de la clase
trabajador panamea y que
continuaremos con nuestra
marcha ascendente hacia la
realizacin efectiva del tercer
Congreso Ordinario de la U-
nion ueneral de Trabajalores
de la Repblica de Panam.
Por la Unin General de
Trabajadores:
Cristobal Cerrad, Sec. de Or-
ganizacin, Hiram Arjona, See.
de Actas; Benigno K V aides
See. de Relaciones; Jorge Ri-
vera, Sec. le Finanzas; Avell-
bo Gonzlez Romero, Sec. de
Propaganda.
Cuartos pora 1, 2 y 3 personas: Se-
manol, quincenal o mensual con o
sin olimentos. Pensin Vsquez,
Ave. "A" 13.
SE ALQUILA:En casa de familia
pieza con o sin muebles a perso-
na de buenos costumbres. Bello
Visto. Calle 45 No. 14.
SE VENDE:Panel Willis ltimo mo-
delo, nuevo, derechos pagos.
B/. 1.500.00. Garage Zappi. Calle
17 Oeste No. 78.
SE VENDE:APROVECHE! 3 cirros
par B.450.00, Chrysler Caupa 1941.
Ferd Sedan I93S, OMsmobile Cou-
pe 1936. tienes condiciene. Ven-
ta y prbalas, Panama Auto S. A.
Ave. Juste Arosemena Na. 40.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
Silencio lleno
que desde el camino principal.
Los norteamericanos atacaron
desde el flanco y la retaguar-
dia, matando a 14 chinos e hi-
riendo a 24.
En el frente oriental, cerca
de la poblacin de Hyonl, las
tropas surcoreanas sostuvieron
un combate con un batalln co-
munista al medio d'a. Todava
no han llegado informes del
resultado de la lucha.
lis trr*9J de Wynlera de
ia unibiuu Capitol uiuiieana
quienes estn operando bastan-
te al Norte del Paralelo en la
costa extrema oriental, se re-
plegaron a travs de una fa-
ja en la costa de Yangyang y
se ha reportado que las pa-
trullas de esta divisin se en-
cuentran en Taeporl a 12 millas
al Norte del Paralelo.
El trfico de vehculos co-
munistas entre las lneas del
frente de batalla ha estado au-
mentando desde la semana pa-
sada, y lleg a un nuevo pico,
cuando los pilotos de la fuer-
za aerea informaron que divi-
saron cerca de 2.300 vehculos.
Este nmero es una nueva
marca para el movimiento de
vehiculos comunistas en una
sola noche desde el comienzo
de la guerra
Las patrullas aliadas infor-
maron que los caminos y sen-
deros que conducen al Paralelo
han sido minados. Algunas de
las minas consisten en primi-
tivas cargas de dinamita en-
vasadas en tinajas y plantadas
de apuro en los caminos.
Un despacho del frente cen-
tral oriental inform que las
patrullas de combate de 'as
Naciones Unidas estuvieron ex-
plorando las montaas entre
Chunchon y Changnae sin dis-
parar un solo tiro.
De dos certeros
t asimismo la Investigacin y
se espera que dentro de las
prximas cuarenta y ocho ho- j
ras la Polica Secreta capture
a los cuatro compaeros de I
Gonzlez y se establezca la ve-
racidad de la versin dada por
Ballls. El cadver de Manuel
Armando Gonzlez fue trasla-1
(ir do a la' morgue del Hospital
o Toms para la prctica
d.e la autautia .
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Norge
nuevo 8.4 pies. 60 ciclos, meior
oferta. 1489 Dchrman o Balboa 2-
3392.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Motor de barco 50 HP.
marca Redwing. Perfecta condi-
cin, completo con eje y hlice.
Gango! Escribo L. E. M. Aptdo.
2857. Cristbal.
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Lo renta del agua por el
trimestre vencido el 31 de Morzo
de 1951 debe ser pagada del pri-
mero al 16 de Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
gineer.
t----------- -
Desea Ud. cuarto cntrico y boroto?
Lo encontrar. Calle Estudiante No.
98. Tel. 2-1508.
Con B/.I.00 de comisin, cualquier
mu|er que quiera trabajar en ofi-
cios domsticos, consigue empleo
en la Agencia de Ave. "B" 73.
Est en Panam
une estrechamente al signifi-
cado exacto de las palabras'.
Tenemos entendido que la
SE VENDE: -- Gango! Lindo uego'Red Panamericana est ha-
recmara. Diseo moderno, coma' ciendo las gestiones para pre-
nuevo. Tambin como de nio, sentar al publico panameo a
Calle 34 No. 7. I la Sita. Iris Martinez.
SE VENDE:___Uno estufa de gas mar-
ca Roper. Calle Estudiante No. 82.
Precio razonable.
Cwd3cL
OTOS
tjGWPAS y
CATARRO^
i*
pectoral san ODORES
LABORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A > CA.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES Et MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
Sus oficios domsticos
se le facilitarn usando
accessorios de gabinete
KITCHEN HANDY
tales como Toalleros Desapa-
recedores. Tablillas para tazas
y Ganchos para ollas
Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
SnChOS para hamacas
LmpdrdS de cacera,
de carburo y elctricas.
Lmparas Coleman
de gas.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
No hay solucin
elaciones se suspendieron, era
el problema planteado por la
reclamacin de salarlos perdi-
dos por los obreros durante la
huelga.
Aunque los sindicatos admi-
ten que los obreros no pueden
cobrar por los das que per-
dieron durante el paro, Insis-
ten en que 25,000 obreros de los
trenes subterrneos y omnibu-
ses tengan oportunidad de tra-
bajar tiempo extra para com-
pensar lo que dejaron de de-
vengar.
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
j PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema da
pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TROPIDURA
Atencin esmerada
por expertos en pintara
TODO EN PINTURAS
TROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2606
. Alambre de Pas
. Grapas
de 1 pulgada
. Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
Alambre
para gallinas s
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154 Tel. 3-6524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1152
'la i
Presentan queja
contra maleantes
Un grupo de comerciantes y
ciudadanos del barrio di Cho-
rrillo, especialmente de las ca-
lles B, 24, 25, 26 y 27 oeste y
la avenida A, se han dirigido
MINES, ABRIL 2, 165t
Campaa contra
del animal.
Las personas que reclamen
sus perros, pagaran la alimen-
tacin y culdp del animal a
un precio de un balboa diario.
Al terminar la campaa,
dentro de tres meses, se man-
tendr un servicio de vigilan-
cia para impedir que vuelva a
al Comandante Primer Jefe de ser ^ problema en esta ca-
la Polica Nacional para pedir- plul u existencia de perros
le proteccin contra ladrones y
maleantes que actan en esa
rea.
Segn el memorial que dichos
seores han enviado a la po-
vagabundos.
El contrato para realizar es-
ta campaa fu otorgado al
costo de cuatrocientos balboas
y el mismo provee un pago
Uca .Nacional, las pandillas adicional de treinta balboas
usan a menores de edad para mensuaels para la campaa de
vigilancia, una vez terminado
despojar a los ciudadanos que
tienen negocio o viven en pi-
cha rea.
Este sector es el inmediata-
mente adyacente a la Zona del
Canal y hay gran actividad efl-
mercial para este sector.
--------------------------f \
LAS URBANIZACIONES------------
el periodo de labor intensiva
de erradicacin de perros va-
gabundos.
Algo raro parece
PERSIANAS V
PORRAS
. TELONES DE ALUMINIO
. TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3667 Panam
de lotes, en las .
cuyos planos de urbanizacin
np estn debidamente aproba-
dos".
EL PANAMA AMERICA fue
Informado que algunas urba-
nizaciones como la del Cangre-
jo, Vista Alegre, etc., han cum-
plido con todos los requisitos
de la ley, pero que otros no
han cumplido y que el Minis-
terio de Obras Pblicas no ha
aprobado dichas .organizaciones
y por tanto proceder a im-
pedir que las mismas sigan
vendiendo lotes en condiciones
insanitarlas en perjuicio de per-
sonas que despus confrontan
problemas de luz, de agua y
de calles.
Todos los vendedores de lotes
y urbanizaciones deben darle al
to ella como All Khan haban
estado discutiendo una nueva
pelcula en la que ella tomar
parcelaciones "parte, contest: 'Eso es algo
completamente nuevo para m".
\ Rita trajo a sus dos nios
ebeca de 6 aos y Yasmlne
i 16 meses. Dijo que haba,
trado a los nios "porque ha-
blamos estado separados cuatro
meses, mientras me encontraba
viajando por Africa y quera
tenerlos conmigo". Dijo que All
Khan no "puso ninguna obje-
cin" a que su hija y Yasmine
la acompaaran.
CASO
gotfc de agua en sus negoclacio-
nesveon Chile, mientras los Pre-
sidentes Gonzlez Videla y Tru-
man\ha hablado de la posibili-
dad le usar las aguas de los La-
gos Titicaca y otros para regar
las tierras del norte Chileno-
cliente calles, fuimos informa-
dos y el pblico debe cooperar j Peruano
para que estas urbanizaciones N. de la RYa en ocasin
i no sigan en la prctica actual i anterior "El Panam-Amrica"
de vender lotes y dejando a se ocup edltorlalmente del pro-
Ios moradores el problema de | blema de un puerto propio para
CLUB DE BA 2.00
VITRINAS LICORERAS,
tablillas de madera.
MESA de pata en el cen-
tro, tabla de extensin,
4 sillas asiento de ma-
dera.
ESTANTE moderno para
nio.
mueblera turn
MUEBLE GANADO .. .
MUEBLE ENTREGADO
las callas.
Bolivia, asi
panameas.
como los puertos
PURO HILO
SABANAS 72x108" .... 5.65
Todos tamaos
FUNDAS 22x33" ....... 125
HILO POR YARDA
MANTELES
QUAYABANAS .........11.50
CASA FNIX
Almacn del Hilo
Ave. Central 155
Tel. 2-2790
Educacin decidi
se le haba reconocido. Los alum
nos pldledron entonces una con-
firmacin escrita y ms tarde
el Dr. Cantn present la nota
que habla enviado al Director
de la Escuela Normal en que le
manifestaba que deba firmar
los diplomas. Contra lo que se
esperaba, los alumnos, manifes-
taron que solo aceptaran una
reforma del Decreto en el cual
se dijera que el Instituto era
dependencia de la Escuela Nor-
mal y que mientras eso no suce-
diera continuara la huelga, El
Director manifest que lo que
haba informado era todo lo que
poda hacer y que se senta or-
gulloso de que el Ejecutivo le
huviera hecho justicia, que ei
problema de si volvan o no a
clases era de los alumnos.
Entrevistado el Director de la
itformal Lie. Vicente Bayard,
concldl en los mismos argu-
Comienzan labores
ten sus respectivas solicitudes
a la Secretara del Comit, nue
desde hoy lunes queda instala-
da en el saln de actos del
Consejo Municipal, telfono 31,
Coln.
Para mayor facilidad del p-
blico, adems de la secretara
general, podrn dirigirse las
solicitudes a las siguientes per-
sonas: las dirigidas a las sec-
ciones comerciales e Industria-
les: a don Victor Navas o a
don Jacobo Marchosky, telfo-
nos 535 y 33.
La seccin agropecuaria: al
seor Henry Simons Qulrs. te-
lfono 1415 y las exposiciones
artsticas o culturales, caseta
de atracciones y recreo, espec-
tculos, puestos para bebidas
refrescantes, al seor Mario Ju-
lio Tel. 1037.
solicita de manera espe-
mentos de los Alumnos que ha- ciai a los empresarios de cual-
ESPECIAL..
B/ 42.50
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blaron en el Aula Mxima.
Al manifestar que solo firma-
rla los Diplomas si el Decreto
deca que el Instituto de Ve-
rano era dependencia de la Es-
cuela Normal y que apelara de
la decisin del Dr. Cantn ante
el Ministro y de all a lo Con-
tencioso. Seh an dado algunos
casos de choques entre alumnos
que insisten en presentar ex-
menes y los partidarios del paro
que no parecen dispuestos a
transigir.
Hay evidencias
do y nuestro corresponsal ob-
800 bancos en total en el merca-
serv que los funcionarlos de
sanidad de la capital estn exi-
giendo la descongestin de los
pasillos en los cuales antes los
vendedores ponan toda clase de
artefactos. La limpieza ha me-
jorado mucho, aunque la lucha
por ella es cruenta. Se nos in-
form que sern colocados 54
tinacos cerca de los bancos para
aumentar el grado de limpieza.
Algunos nos informaron que
los agiotistas prestan a un diez
por ciento diario. Es decir, pres-
tan en el da y cobran al da
siguiente. Esto tambin obliga a
quienes negocian en el mercado
a encarecer los artculos.
En el mercado se est termi-
nando un sector para colocer
los tinacos de la basura y para
la descarga de las verduras. Una
vez logrado esto, se desarro-
llarn algunas tiendas de telas
para continuar el arreglo a fin
de descongestlonar el mercado.
Se espera que a fin de mes,
los actuales trabajos estn ter-
minados. El cielo raso es de te-
cho de aluminio con luces fluo-
rescentes, y el desembarque ten-
dr una rampa especial de se-
guridad. Cuando esto termine,
la venta de verduras en las ca-
lles ser totalmente prohibida.
quier espectculo o atraccin,
la urgencia de presentar sus
proposiciones o solicitudes para
poder proporcionarles el terre-
no en lugar adecuado \a su ne-
gocio. Asimismo se entera al
pblico que para toda cuestin
referente a transportes, pueden
dirigirse al seor don Ricardo
Guardia Fernndez, 'iel. 88.
rrif
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Por calumnia
libertad condicional despus de
una vista que dur un da. El
acusador publico, Arnaldo de
Francisco, pidi un ao de pri-
sin para la procesada; sin em-
bargo, dijo que a pesar de su
peticin se considerara satis-
fecho si el Tribunal que la Juz-
g impona la sentencia de li-
bertad condicional de cinco
aos, durante los cuales se exi-
gira a la procesada "buena
conducta poltica."
La sentencia especifica que la
seorita Daz no cumplir la
pena de ocho meses de prisin
a menos que cometa otro acto,
semejante durante lo cinco aos
prximos.
Se le conden tambin al pa-
go de cuotas. El Juez Pier An-
tonio dijo que no se archivar
el testimonio de la sentencia en
los tribunales de Italia.
Despus de serle leda la sen-
tenclal la acusada declar a la
prensa: "Esperaba eso, y an
ms. Desde luego, esperaba un
ao de prisin. Pero voy a ape-
I lar an contra esta sentencia."
TERMINO EN
tralor General para coi
a aquellos Cursos.
El Centro en cuestin fundos
n con la asistencia de Delega*
das de catorce pases america-
nos del Centro v del Sur auspi-
ciado conjuntamente por la FAO
y el Gobierno de Costa Rica,
que prest las ms amplias fa-
cilidades. Los cursos se desarro-
llaron en la Universidad Nacio-
nal y los Delegados visitaron
tambin las Instituciones rela-
cionadas con las actividades
agrcolas como el Instituto de
Turrialba, las instituciones de
crdito agrcola que estn muy
desarrolladas en el vecino pas
y otras similares. Adems de los
cursos en estadstica agrcola,
asuntos de mercados e inter-
cambios de productos, los Dele-
gados realizaron trabajos prc-
ticos para completar la ense-
anza terica. El objeto del Cur-
so es preparar tcnicos en esta-
dstica agrcola con miras a la
unificacin de los sistemas co-
rerspondientes en los pases ame
ricanos a fin de facilitar el In-
tercambio de Informacn, com-
paraciones e investigaciones.
Los Delegados panameos re-
gresaron acompaados de los
Delegados de Colombia, Vene-
zuela, Ecuador, Paraguay y
Uruguay, y la noche de su lle-
gada el personal del Departa-
mento de Censos les ofreci er
la terraza del Edificio de la Ca-
ja de Ahorros un agasajo al cual
concurrieron el Contralor y el
Subcontralor General seor don
Henrique de Obarrio y Eduardo
McCullough. la Directora del
Censo seorita Carmen Mir y
otros funcionarios.
Come es delincuente
un muchacho
N. i esculida, ai anfarmiaa de
baja mentalidad, ana dalincuanla.
D.na mucha da seatirse insegura a
da eutrir compiti da ialarieridad
a fruifradaa. Obra a*i impultai y
aa aa deina a ti mnmo. la aira
la avantura ma qua a caii todoi ku
muchachoi da iu adod. ti taha ata
iluiin da qua la* atalas ompeai
la arroiiron al daliio; datda aia
arafiara al las salas compaas.
Las criasHialafas aa aa al Sa da
a aas asas caradan'nkas. Cana
avisar ^tn saa daliscuanta al \wn
pradispuasla a sarla? Loa al Morma ^
StlKCIONtS da abril, aa vaeta y.
y aa al mita untara da la rara*
var ases da 20 articulas ala atadta
ataras y variadod, y al rawsaaa da
tm viviftconta navala dai campo
aa al aasta da las Isiada Uaidas.
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TJNES, ABRIL , Ml
O. fANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDKPKND1ENTB
PAGINA 81
rara El Domingo 8 Se Acord Inaugurar El
yifl Campeonato Nal de Baseball En Chitr
Los Equipos Bush y Duran se
Miden en la Comercial Hoy
De la Galera Las Ufas Provinciales
deben contestar antes
del prximo mircoles
A las siete y media de hoy te
miden en el campo de Santa Ri-
ta los potentes equipos Bush y
Ourn en un partido que debe
resultar lleno de Jugadas emo-
cionantes, dada la fuertes lineas
de ambos equipos que se presen-
tan dispuestos a mejorar pun-
tuacin para asegurar la parti-
cipacin como finalista de la
contienda.
Ambos equipos son considera-
dos como posibles participantes
de la serle final y se espera
gran concurrencia.
Maana se presentarn los
equipos BUR, que ltimamente
ha mejorado sus presentaciones
el Packard que viene en busca
su tercer triunfo.
V
El Seleccionado Nacional de Ftbol
le gan ayer tarde al Pacifico
Guillermo "COCOBOLITO" Rolla, en sus buenos tiempos (baee
quien sabe cunto tiempo) era Jugador de foot ball, cuando
para elh> le daba tiempo su ocupacin de monaguillo. Ahora
eg el Jugador fantasma del equipo de softball de El Panam-
Amrica, pues siempre que hay Juego, CoeoboBto se encuentra
con su "Harvey" y brilla por su ausencia, Informacin confi-
dencial que damos para el pblico, no para su familia. De
todas maneras ha sido nombrado capelln de la novena.
El Deportivo Winter triunf ayer en la
apertura del ftbol menor del Chorrillo
Con visible entusiasmo se lnau guraron el triunfo con otro tan-
gur ayer tarde el Campeonato
menor del ftbol de la Liga del
Chorrillo con el Juego Deportivo
Winter vs P.R.I. triunfando el
primero por tres tantos a 1.
El encuentro result movido y
elp rimer tiempo termin 2 a 1
a favor del Winter y en la se-
gunda mitad los ganadores ase-
to.
Los marcadores fueron R. Ce-
deo, L. Maclas y S. Vallejos
CHITRE, Abril 2El Comit
Organizador del VIII Campeo-
ei Nacional de Baseball Anu-
ir, acord inaugurar el torneo
el prximo domingo 8 de Abril
en las horas de la maana ea
el Estadio "Rico Cedeno" de
esta ciudad
Con todo, el Comit Organlsa-
dor espera que las ligas Prevln-
ciales contesten e informen an-
tes del mircoles 4 su aceptacin
defin tira.
Se considera por hoy como se-
guros los equipos de Coln, Pa-
nama y Herrera; se tiene easi
la certeza que tambin asistirn
Los Santos, Veraguas, Cocl, y
Chiriqui, y hay cierta dada so-1 XI Seleccionado Nacional de, El Juego en el campo resulto
bre la participacin del Darln, Ftbol se impuso al Pacifico por parejo y los blanquiazules die-
Bocas del Toro y San Mas.
SI Comit Organizador se en-
cuentra laborando activamente
en todos los detalles del Cam-
peonato y contando con la se-
guridad del dinero se estima que
todo estar listo para la inau-
guracin.
El entusiasmo que je ha le-
vantado por estos lugares es
enorme y on esta ciudad se no-
la actividad que estn des-
_ egaado todos para recibir y
atender a los peloteros, aficio-
nados y visitantes que vendrn
durante los dias de la Compe-
tencia.
ron buenas demostraciones de
6 tantos a 1 en el partido que
de en el Es-, combinaciones y pases que des- ^ el M Hoy se inicia la
segunda vuelta hel
base de San Miguel
La novena "Bodega
de Oro" se anex la primera
vuelta de la Liga Juvenil de San
Miguel.
Luis Morales el mejor lanza-
dor de la novena se acredit la
mayora de los triunfos alcan-
zados por su equipo.
sostuvieron ayer tari
tadlo Olmpico.
SI encuentro result movido
e Interesante a pesar de la di-
ferencia del score, y el triunfo
de los seleccionados se debi a
Nivelaron acciones |[| p0tr0 del Stud Cangallo
ayer los oncenos ., .. .
Remn y Dep. Pern Begonia gano fcilmente ayer
el Evento Estelar de J. Franco
Coronel Remn y Deportivo
Pern, empataron ayer a tres
tantos, para continuar con ac-
ciones niveladas en el primer i u.
puesto del Campeonato de Ba- _, rf' nt.ut.ntr
fompl Mayor del Barrio del Cho' *1 magnifico potro del Stud
rrll]o Cantagallo. Begonia se Impuso
Anotaron los tantos por el Co- el evento hpico estelar cele-
ronel Remn, Rafael Tala con b.rado ayer en el Hipdromo Na-
un goal y Carlos Heraso con clonai. sobre una distancia de
dos; por los ahijados de la se- '6!*Lnletros Pr un Preml de
orita Avelina Otalora fueron B-1J-y
Gilberto Ortega cond os y Len En f0
Tejada con uno. ^'L^l lL^r, ,ha
en la bajada de Paitilla, no pu-
do con el ganador. Newmlnestr
n los ltimos metros despoj
a Phoebus Apollo del segundo
lugar.
Begonia recorri los 1800 me*
tros'en 1.43 y reparti a gana-
En formas que no dej dudas dor la suma de B.4.40.
de su gran clase, el potro hijo' En esta carrera fu retirado
CUmtr0.,,w!r,e8'.i.m fionA cuando pas fcilmente al po-1 bal y Begonia.
!L ^-i^. J.i5??vJ .?: Mr tro Phoebus Apollo v galop ha- Los establos que ms carreras
favor de los muchachos de Nor-> , ., _,*,. o5k.iwk
cia el triunfo. Oherlberlbin
Sn i .. ^JE? .i PRT punte esta carrera y se par,
.?!. 1 glQ l,aTP .rl ^ mientras que Phoebus Apollo .
mantuvo la ventaja para ga- nab(a tomtdo el comando ganadores tambin
ganaron ayer fueron el Stud
Cantagallo con dos triunfos y
el Stud Blue & White con dos
Esta es la primera victoria en
este Torneo de los ahijados de
la simptica seorita Lupita Ar-
dlnes, ya que cuentan ahora
con una derrota y una victoria,
mientras que su rivales sufren
la segunda derrota en esta tem-
porada. ..n este partido el en-
tusiasta deportista del barrio del
Chorrillo seor Celso
Once Caballos Inscritos
En El Clsico "Polica*
A las once de la maana de hoy fueron cerradas las ins-
cripciones para participar en el clsico abierto "Polica Nacional
controlaron muchas veces a los
seleccionados.
Una concurrencia reducida
presenci el encuentro.
Loa anotadores del juego fue-
la manera de aprovechar sus ron De Bello con dos goles, y
oportunidades frente a la puer- Letnos, Rangel. Linares y Pon-
ta contraria, todo lo contrario j ce con un tanto cada .uno por
de los pacifistas que desperdicia- los seleccionados, y por ti Pa-
ron numerosos goles. ciflco anot R. Plnnock.
Numerosos Atletas de la Zona
del Canal Competirn el Dgo.
Kumerosos atletas de la Zona
del Canal competirn en el Tor-
neo de Pista y Campo que se ce-
lebrar el prximo domingo en
el Estadio Olmpico.
Oran entusiasmo ha desper-
tado entre los fanticos la rea-
lizacin de estos eventos, ya que
se vern en accin a los ms
destacados atletas nacionales...
He aqu las pruebas que se
llevaran a cabo;
Orden de les eventos
9.16 a.m.Finales de 5.000.
Bala, Salto Alto.
0.30 a.m. Eliminacin 100
domo, y Alberto Bellzarlo.
CronometristaArturo L. Gon-
zlez. Clifford Bolt, Ashton
Parchment.
Jueces de CampoCarlos M.
Pretelt. Miguel Clovis, Conde L-
AriMius, | que ge correr en el Hipdromo Nacional el din 15 de Abril cobro
una distancia de 2,100 metros y por un premio de B/ 2.00.
Once caballos quedaron debidamente inscrito y entre los
rw, | ,, i 'cuales tenemos ios siguientes: Welsh Loch, Rathlin Light, Marie-
I eleOnOS JianO eil Id cauto, Dictador. Pinard. Llnney Head. Alto Alegre, Begonia, Ro-
yal Coup, Montserrat y Phoebus Apolle.
Esta es la ltima prueba grande anterior al elsleo Presiden-
te de la Repblica v ha despertado gran inters ya que se en
frentarn los mejores equinos de la pista.
reanudacin del base
ball de la F. y Luz
Por A. A. PINZN O.
Con el partido celebrado el
sbado se reaunudaron las actl-1
vldades de la Liga Interna de |
Base-ball que patrocina galn-
temante el Gerente Deportista ej equipo ae ib ruiompo-
Sr. George L. Capwell de la com- la de Oro se asegur practlca-
Dala Panamea de Fuerza y mente la Liga de Baseball Da-
Luz para solaz esparcimiento rin, al vencer al Mariano Aro-
deportivo de los empleados de semena por anotacin de 9 ca-
esa Empresa, resultando con la; rreras a 1.
victoria la disciplinada novena
La Bola de Oro se asegur prcticamente
el campeonato de la liga de bise Darln
El equipo de la Panadera Bo-
Telfonos Automticos" sobre
"Planta-Garage y Almacn" con
pizarra de 11 carreras a 5.
Aunque se not la superiori-
dad de los Telefonistas desde el
pez, Francisco Mim>o p ~4-> comienzo del Juego, los peloteros
W. Velasco, adro Austin, Pedro de produccin no se amedran-
J. Julio, Guillermo Rolla, ju n taron por eso v lucharon con
Rivera.
MdicoAlberto Blssot Jr.
Los panaderos que han milita-
do en esta liga con mucho Uno,
desde el principio demostraron
superioridad al anotar un raci-
mo de cuatro carreras en el pri-
mer episodio, cuatro ms en el
una ms en el sexto,
cuarto triunfo sin derrotas ea
este circuito. Por los perdedo-
res lanzaron Vctor Mendoza
quien fu reemplazado por
Crispin Mendoza.
En el otro partido presentado
el equipo del Frente Patritico
derrot a los novatos por ano-
tacin de 3 carreras a i.
El Frente Patritico haba per
dldo anteriormente con el De-
portivo La Estrella por anota*
clon de 5 carreras a 4.
Hoy contina este circuito
con el partido entre los equipos
quinto y
. mientras que lo arosemenistas
tesn hasta lo ltimo, dando; anotaron su nica raytta en el j Novatos vs Bola de Oro a lae
: asi una gran batalla, no obs-1 primer episodio. Jos Jan, lan-' 4.30 de la tarde en el campo de
NOTA:Las competencias sel tante a ello el resultado les fu zador de la Bola de Oro obtuvo la Escuela de Artes y <
ajustarn al horario expuesto. adverso.
el triunfo, para anexarse asi su en el Cangrejo.
... ., wintM- r~ rf. t n or B1 eQulP debe sus triunfas v.su a.m. aiun
5PR y ^ alzados en buena lid, a su metros varones y 50 mts para
_..' -.._- .j -- ..t dinmico director Orton "Oalll- *
?*?", ' M"?" .^! ridnorSfde'labl0nvS^ePhRa
frente al PRI, en el cuadro de
Calle 27 Oeste del Chorrillo.
Comienza hoy la serie final del soft-
ball social con el juego Sosa-Camellos
hecho cargo del equip en com-
paa de los seores Remn y
Garca como capitn de equipo
y capitn de cuadro respectiva-
ite.
ment
Por BETO TEJADA
Esta tarde se inicia la serie
final por ol Campeonato de la
Liga Social de Softball con el
eego entre PTICA SOSA y
CAMELLOS.
El partido sealado para ma-
I nana correr a cargo de los
equipos Polica Nacional y Ale-
mn Jr. conjuntos estos que en
U temporada ganaron siete Jue-
gos y perdieron tres, mante-
niendo ambos competidores li-
neas parejas.
El Juego de maana que co-
mienza a las 4.J, pm. est de-
dicado a los arbitros y anotado-
res, como un pblico reconoci-
miento de su labor a favor del
Campeonato Social de .Softball
, y ha sido designado, el Coman-
1 'danto
Esta misma novena tomar*
parte en el programa con el cual
se dar comienzo a la segunda
vuelta del campeonato hoy lu-
fa
de la Polica Nacional, Coronel
Jos Antonio Remn C, para j egundo"j'uego dla "tarde"
nes a las 3 de la tarde frente
al fuerte conjunto Clenfuegos
que haga el primer lanzamiento.
El Alemn Jr., fu el equipo
que termin en el primer lugar
en el bate colectivo y se estima
3ue la Polica le opondr una
ura resistencia. Sidney Tudor,
el hombre de hierros de Alemn
ser el contrario de Chester Se
Sousa.
La entrada costa B.0.14 y
B.0.05, para el Juego de hoy y
maana, pero a partir del mir-
coles ser completamente GRA-
TIS.
Informamos tambin que por
primera ves en competencia de
Softball, los arbitros estarn
uniformados, siendo un sweeter
Lanzar por la Bodega Bote-
lla, de Oro el sensacional lan-
zador Luis Morales en quien tie-
nen fincadas todas sus esperan-
zas de victoria. Se espera que
por e Ciefuegos lanzar el no-
vel serpentinero M. Padilla.
un minuto de la maana y ter-
min a las 10 y 25 am.; partie-
ron 18 pedallstas y terminaron
nicamente siete
Cuatro equipos estuvieron re-
presentados; El Panam Coln
A. Damin y el Argentina. De
coln actuaron Delgado, Mendo- doll Gmez.
damas.
9.40 a.m.Finales 1.800.
B.50 a.mFinales 100 metros
varones y 60 damas
10.00 am.Finales 800 metros
Disco varones.
10.10 ajn.Eliminaciones 100
metros damas.
10JO a.m.Eliminaciones 400
metros.
1050 a.m.Finales relevos 4x
100 damas.
10.40 a.m.Finales 400 metros
10.30 a.m.Finales 100 metros
1140 a.mFinales relevo 4x
100 varones.
11.10 am.Eliminaciones 200
metros. Finales Salto Largo y
Jabalina varones ambos.
11.30 a.m.Finales 200 metros
11.60 a.m.Finales relevos 4x
400.
Oficiales
Juez Arbitro.Licenciado Ma-
nuel Roy.
Jueces de Partida.John Faw-
cett, Carlos Bellzarlo.
Anunciador.Ricardo de la
Esprtella.
Cronometrista JefeBob Li-
klns.
Oficial de CampoOsear Ren-
azul y una gorra del mismo ce-
los, donado por el Sr. George
Primer Jefe del Cuerpo i Madero.
El Veterano H. Me Intosh Gan
Ayer La Marathn Ciclista
El veterano HARRY MCJN- Panam v luego siguieron 4o.
TOSH del equipo Panam gan HUMBERTO ISAZA del Pana-
ayer la Marathn ciclista que se m; 6o. ALBERTO CRUZ del
|corri de Panam a Caplra y | Argentina; flo. PEDRO REYES
regreso con un recorrido de 06 del Argentina y 7o. KENNETH
millas. WILLIAM8 del Panam.
En el segundo lugar termin; El tiempo empleado de 4 ho-
ARISTIDES AVILA del Club A. ras y 24 minutos es considerado
Damin, en el tercero finaliz I como muy pobre.
ARMANDO ROMERO del equipo' Lap rueba comenz a las 6 y
za y Virgilio Donado, pero nin-
guno termin la prueba. La ma-
yora de los pedallstas se que-
daron unos por calambres y
otros por desperfectos en la bi-
cicleta.
El final de la prueba fu re-
idsima el primero gan con
ventaja de una rueda y el ter-
cero lleg con diferencia un
largo de Diclcleta.
Un hecho muy Interesante
sucedi cuando faltando unos 76
metros de la meta, se ponch
una llanta de la bicicleta de
Cruz, y este tom su mquina
y continu corriendo con ella en
hombros para finalizar en me-
dio de los aplausos y extrese
del pblico.
Numerosos premios reparti la
Comisin Nacional de Ciclismo,
que organizo esta prueba.
Jueces de LlegadaCarpi Ta
Jega
Lp
pa, Llsandro Lpez, Felipe per-
ACABAMOS DE RECIBIR
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SOLDADURA LINCOLN ALAMBRE CYCLON
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Telefono 2-1045 Avenida Norte No. 87 Apartado 1211
-
Reunin de presidentes
de Ligas de Baseball
menor tiene lugar hoy
Reunin de Presidentes de Las
Ligas de Baseball Menor del
Distrito Capital tendr lugar
esta noche a solicitud de la Li-
ga Darln, de acuerdo con la si-
guiente Informacin:
COMUNICADO
El Presidente de la Liga de
Baseball "Darln", seor Simn
Martnez R., tiene especial in-
ters en conferenciar con los
seores Presidentes de las Ligas
de Baseball que a continuacin
aparecen: Liga Distrltorial; Liga
Infantil de Santa Rita; Liga de
Santa Rita, Liga de Calldonla,
Liga de San Francisco, Liga de
Calzada Larga, Liga de San Mi-
guel, Liga de la Barriada de
Vista Hermosa, Liga de Pueblo
Nuevo, Liga de Rio Abeto,
Lugar de Reunin: Calle 22
Este Bis al final. Edificio AAraln
Jan, Apartamento 92, Hoy 2 de
Abril a las 7 en punto.
(NOTA) En esta forma queda
corregida la citacin aparecida
el sbado.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Por este medio se le pide pun-
tual asistencia a los componen-
tes del equipo de Softball de la
Banda de Corneta* y Tambores
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pa-
nam. Lugar de reunin Cuartel
Central. Hora 4.00 p.m. el mar-
tes.
CrWriVJri
presenta
frEl Cacktel Musical Carta Vieja"
con
LUCHO AZCARRAGA Y SU RGANO
Hoy, 2 de Abril a las 7:00 p.m.
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IMMNA II
fl. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
ES. ABI
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
HOI LUNES
P.M.
3:00 El favorito de hoy
3:15 Una Mujer in Imprtam-
ete. Dramatiacln
3:3t F.I Hijo Perdido
Drama ATeaa Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical.
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Selecciones variadas
4:30 Peticiones
8:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
1:19 Filigranas musicales
8:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
-1:15 El Caballero Varona
Cigarrillos "Camel"
7:38 F.I Radio Peridico
"Accin*'
7:45 Donde el Rio Nace
Dramatlzacin
8:00 Msica popular
&:30 Melodas variadas
8:45 Msica tiplea
9:00 Msica favorita
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Buenas Noches
MAANA MARTES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Despeiiador Musical
6:30 Noticiero R.P.A
7:00 Msica hawallana
7:15 Espaoleras
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Msica variada
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
8:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Delicias tropicales
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Invitacin al baile
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de Saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticias R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero DeDOrtlvo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favorito*
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nac-
2:15 Peticiones
El Problema
TROPICAL
--------MAANA--------
VIVE PARA MATAR...
Y MATA PARA VIVIR!
Quin es? Hombre o Mons-
truo? Con qu extrao poder
destruye sus victimas? C-
mo puede detenrsele? La
polica est perpleja la
ciencia maniatada!... Su se-
creto regres con l de
la tumba!...
HUMPHREY BOGART
WAYNE MORRIS
DENNIS MORGAN
ROSEMARY LANE
- en -
"EL REGRESO
DEL DR. X"
Una Pelcula de la
WARNER BROS.
si se sabe crear sobre estas pe-
queas posesiones una buena
superestructura cooperativa.
Lo que debe hacerse. Dentro
de un programa moderado y
para no trastornar brusca-
mente las formas de produc-
cin existentes, es aconsejable
seguir dos caminos simult-
neamente: Una accin MAR-
GINAL paulatina, dispersa en
todo el territorio, anloga has-
ta cierto punto a la que se
adelanta actualmente, con ten-
dencia a Irla profundizando
conforme las circunstancias lo
permitan y ameriten; entrega
en propiedad de sus parcelas
a los arrendatarios de los bie-
nes de la nacin (conforme lo
viene haciendo el IAN); ayu-
da crediticia a nuevos empre-
sarios agrcolas para estable-
cerse en tierras nuevas (se a-
lude al programa de crditos
agrcolas dirigidos de la CVFi;
estmulos diversos para propi-
ciar el fraccionamiento espon-
tneo de los grandes latifun-
dios, y el establecimiento en
ellos de genulnos cultivadores;
regulacin oficial de las rela-
ciones entre propietarios y a-
rrendatarlos y aparceros. Y
otra accin INTEGRAL: en
las cuencas hidrolgicas en
donde vayan a hacerse traba-
jos de mejoramiento (riesgos,
proteccin contra las inunda-
ciones, etc.), hacer la planea-
cin general del uso de las
tierras de acuerdo con su n-
dole (bosques, pastos, cultivos),
y encarar resueltamente el
problema especial de rgimen
de la propiedad de las tierras
que la cuenca en cuestin pre-
sente, corrigiendo todos sus
defectos. Al Intervenir asi en
las mejora de los sistemas de
propiedad, se tendrn en cuen-
ta los usos a que debe desti-
narse la tierra, de acuerdo con
su fertilidad e Inclinacin. Las
tierras directamente mejora-
das con las obras construidas
por el gobierno deben poner-
se a !a disposicin de cam-
pesinos, de modo que que-
den equitativamente distribui-
das, formando propiedades pe-
queas o medianas, y organi-
zando a estos nuevos poseedo-
res en tal forma que hagan
colectivamente todo aquello
que la pequenez de sus explo-
taciones les impida hacer in-
dividualmente. Para el aprove-
chamiento de algunas de estas
tierras mejoradas convendra
resucitar el intento de orga-
nizacin de grandes cooperati-
vas de produccin, aprove-
chando la experiencia acopla-
da. Este mtodo integral es
aplicable tambin a cuencas
donde no se requiere la cons-
truccin de obras hidrulicas.
Sern buenos coadyuvantes
de la resolucin del problema
agrario: El establecimiento de
un rgimen impositivo bien
planeado para gravar la pro-
piedad rain, tanto la propiedad
en si como sus aumentos de
precio, lo ltimo ya existe en
la legislacin venezolana, pe-
ro las cuotas son demasiado
bajas; la no existencia del im-
puesto predial fomenta el la-
tifundlsmo, y las bajas tasas
del impuesto sobre supervalia
fomentan la especulacin con
tierras. El impuesto predial de-
be ser progresivo a partir de
cierto lmite, para combatir la
concentracin excesiva, y el
objeto del gravamente la tie-
rra desnuda de mejoras, de a-
cuerdo con su rentabilidad po-
tencial. Las tierras mejoradas
directamente por obras pbli-
cas de gobierno y que perma-
nezcan en manos de sus an-
tiguos propietarios, deben que-
dar sujetas al pago de com-
pensaciones (a veces en tie-
rra), exceptundose de esta o-
bllgacin las pertenencias con
superficie menor del doble de
la "magnitud familiar".
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
TRIBUS ENTERAS TOMARON PARTE EN
"LAS MINAS DEL REY SALOMON"
HOY
A las
8.30 p.m.
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
-LO QUE TODOS COMENTAN!
-LO QUE TODOS ELOGIAN!
Las presentaciones de la Gran Compaa
CUBANA de Comedias y Variedades
JUANITO
BORRAS
- oniendo en escena la
original comedia
LISA MUJER
CAPRICHOSA
EN LA 8EOUNDA PARTE del programa sensacional y nue-
vos nmeros de VARIEDADES participando todas las
Estrellas de la Compaa.
Maana: Cambio Completo de Programa!
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lo muebles usados en la escenr por esta Conigai on per
cortesa de 1> MUEBLERA JLOS DOS CURADOS"
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
(Continuacin de la *a.
Leccin)
Esta vista panormica mues-
tra algunos de los episodios
culminantes en "Las Minas del
Rey Salomn", emocionantsima
versin filmlca Metro Goldwyn
Mayer, en Technicolor, de la
famosa novela de H. Rider Hag-
gard, realizada a travs de 40,-
000 kilmetros del Africa ecua-
torial en un safari de cinco
meses de duracin. En la parte
superior se ven los guerrille-
ros watuzis de Ruanda-Urundi,
una de las doce tribus negras
que actuaron ante las cmaras,
bailando, para celebrar el re-
greso de su legtimo monarca,
encarnado por el gigantesco Kl-
mursi. A la Izquierda pueden
ELDORADO
HOY!
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
- con -
ANTONIO BADU
RITA MACEDO
LILIA PRADO
El xito del Fin de Semana !
| JUEVES I
LA COMEDIA
DEL AO!
"EL DEMONIO
ES
UN NGEL"
con la deliciosa
pareja del cine
SUSANA FREYRE
CARLOS THORRY
Una pelcula que recomenda-
mos porque es lo ms divertido
que se ha llevado al cine...

Le aseguramos dos horas
placenteras y 1,000 carca-
jadas!...
apreciarse las vacas sagradas.
Abajo, a la izquierda, un pri-
mer plano de Deborah Kerr,
Stewart Granger y Richard
Carlson, quienes representan a
los intrpidos aventureros que
arriesgan su vida en esta pe-
ligrosa excursin por regiones
Costa Rica, tierra
El edificio del Museo evoca
la imagen del castillo medioe-
val con sus minaretes, sus to-
rres almenadas y sus fosos. Un
sinnmero de huecos grandes
y pequeos convierten las pa-
redes en algo as como la su-
perficie toda marcada de una
cara que sufri de viruela. Esas
paredes son mudo testimonio
de lo que pueden las pasiones
desbordadas y del crimen del
militarismo que destruye todo
sentimiento de caridad huma-
na para convertir al sujeto en
mquina eficiente de sembrar
la muerte.
Han comenzado ya los obre-
ros a borrar esas huellas de-
latoras; pero mucho ms im-
portante que hacer desaparecer
las seales materiales de las
heridas abiertas por la Gue-
rra Civil, es sanar las heridas
ms dolorosas y profundas que
en el alma de un pueblo cris-
tiano y de nobles sentimientos
Kan dejado las vctimas inocen-
tes de la intriga internacional
contra la unidad y la paz de
este Nuevo Mundo.
En compaa del amigo Wal-
ter visit un almacn de "sou-
venirs". Dos bellas y sonrien-
tes seoritas nos atendieron
Hall en sus maneras, en la I
sencillez y espontaneidad con
qu enos recibieron, una prueba
ms de la herencia legendaria
de bondad, espiritualidad y be-
lleza que guarda en lo ms
profundo de la entraa del
pueblo tico.
Me gust mucho la escultu-
ra de una pareja de negros,
varn y hembra, con sus lan-
zas blancas que contrastaban
con el bano de sus cuerpos
giles y de lineas muy carac-
terizadas y firmes.
"Usted les pone precio", di-
jo con una adorable sonrisa
a nuestro representante la da-
mita y. con gusto pagu yo
los ciento sesenta colones acor-
dados.
Imposible es expresar todas
las emociones que experiment
en mi corta estada. Cortesa
en las personas del servicio en
la pensin en que me aloj,
cortesa y tacto para Informar
en el chauffeur que me con-
dujo, distincin y fina com-
prensin en las personas cultas,
con qule tuve el honor de al-
ternar.
Costa Rica ha conquistado en
un da a un nuevo ferviente
admirador.
Dr. S. Gilberto Ros.
.inexploradas, en busca de las
fabulosas minas del Rey Salo-
mn. Esta espectacular produc-
cin, que fue dirigida por
Compton Bennett y Andrew
Marton, se estrenar el Jueves
en el Teatro Bella Vista, cons-
tituyendo el ms sensacional
evento cinematogrfico del ao.
LA PELCULA
QUE UD.
DESEARA
VER!
El
diablillo
HLa\eim
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sonar*
H ' * i IMM. MtMf DUNN* m TI
MAKlUO T LA RI4NA m AllC UINNItS.
La mujer llega a contribuir
dentro del hogar, es el pilote
de la estructura espiritual del
hogar a pesar de que el hom-
bre viva dentro del tembr a
dioses y le preocupaba el pro-
blema de su moral en funcin
del celo de aqullos, la mujer
con un sentido ms realista o
prctico educaba a sus hijos
bajo un canon o estatuto de
reglas morales del cual se va-
lia para contribuir a desarro-
llar en alto grado la perso-
nalidad moral de sus hijos.
Lo interesante en este aspec-
to de la formacin espiritual
de la mujer del seno del ho-
gar, es que poco a poco va
tomando riendas de esa res-
ponsabilidad. Como el griego
no entenda que la sabidura,
la perfeccin moral y la be-
lleza estuvieran desligados en-
tre s, puso gran inters en-
tonces ae que la mujer debie-
ra perfeccionarse cada vez
ms la forma y mejorar sus
hbitos morales. Vemos en-
tonces cmo desde un funda-
mento espiritual la mujer
griega ubica dentro de la rea-
lidad de su fsico.
Por todas esas cualidades
que conocemos de la mujer
grleg*; la llevan por la fuer-
za de la evolucin misma de
la cultura familiar del pueblo
a tomar parte ms activa en
el cutlivo de la Educacin Fi:
sica. Lo primero que cultiv
la mujer griega fu la danza
y el canto. Este hecho fu de
gran Importancia dentro de la
misma evolucin de la cultu-
ra educatlva-fgsica de la mu-
jer griega. La danza tiene co-
mo fundamento metdico el
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HOY y MAANA!
1:10. 2:55, 5:M, 7:00, 9 p.m.
Fiesta para los ojos...! Rit-
mos inolvidables...! Alegra
desbordante...! Todo el co-
lor y el fuego del Trpico
en una pelcula Cubana
100% !...
~N>, BALVAOOR BIHAR
*i'i!a l s tun
ESTARA RADIOACTIVA? Lo nico que no puede detener ru
bomba atmica es un agente de publicidad. En la foto vemos al
un "pionero" probando con un contador "Gelger" para ver w
Terry True esta radio-activa despus de la explosin experimen-
tal en Las Vegas.
ritmo, por lo tanto, para edu-
car el ritmo haba que edu-
car la primero la forma fsi-
ca. Este fu el motivo para
que el griego Introdujera en
el hogar al maestro de danza
y canto. No ee sino un siglo
ms tarde cuando la mujer
griega participa pblicamente
en las fiestas, rituales en ho-
nor de los dioses; y lo hacan
practicando la danza, que pa-
ra ese entonces haba alean- 3
zafio gran belleea coreogrfica *
y practicando el canto correc-fl
tlvo, es decir, el coro. VemoiJ
pues, que la asimilacin de?
esfuerzo colectivo educativo-!
fsico de la mujer a la cultu.4
ra griega, alcanza una slgnWJ
flcaoln verdadera, histrica
(Fin de la cuarta leccin1
en el
TEATRO
> LUXl
JUEVES
QdLMiu
JUEVES
Para un milln de negros salvajes Ella era una Diosa con Cabellera de Fuego!
Pero en los brazos del cazador blanco slo era una mujer...!
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LA MA8 GRANDIOSA CINTA
DE AVENTURAS!
CUBANAS DE PRIMERA
, MAGNITUD
DIST POR COLUMBIA PICTURES
JUEVES!
Una pelcula pujante y de
inigualada intensidad dra-
mtica! . .
FERNANDO SOLER
CHARITO GRANADOS
GUSTAVO ROJO, en
HjIlii-
ni ii
TEATROS
PRESENTAN
EL GRITO
DE LA
CARNE
ESTUPENDO ARGUMENTO!
IMPECABLE ACTUACIN!
9 f-TTTf
Su sed
de
Venganza
no
respet
barreras!
BELLA
m SMITH -se*BRADY
LUX-
JOHN WAYNE.....
Mil romnUeo y viril... A la
cabeza de un destacamento
da caballera... Conteniendo
loa mpetu* batteosoe da una
nacin India Apache!
"RIO GRANDE"
coa MAUREEN O'HABA
Ben Johnson Claude Jaman Ji.
Harry Carey Jr. Chill Will
CENTRAL
Faith Domergue George Deleni
en una historia de odio, venganza
y muerte I
"VENDETTA"
TROPICAL
UNA EMOCIONANTE HISTORIA
DE AMOR Y tISPENSO
James
M ASO.N
Marrare!
LOCKWOOD
- en .
"LA MUERTl
ENAMORADA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Airo Acondicionado
Extraordinario Doble Programa
en Espaol!
MARIA ELENA MARQUES
Carlos Coree, en
XA MALCASADA"
Rosa Carmina." en
"QUE IDIOTAS SON LOS
HOMBRES':_______.
TEATRO TIVOLI
Doble Frograma en Espaol I
Nin Sevilla Los Panchos, en
"AVENTURERA"
Canttnflas. en
"AH ESTA EL DETALLE"
TEATRO IRIS
Marga Lopes Victor
Junco, en
"Una Mujer Sin Destino"
Luis Agullar Alicia Caro, en
"Un Capitn de Rurales"
VARIEDADES
i:i. z:S. S:M, 7:at, t:M R.m.
Una sensacional
produccin cuba-
nal Plena de bal-
lea, canciones y
buen humor I
manguita
AMARO
Las PANCHOS
La* Mntata 4a
Fuego, en
"RINCN
CRIOLLO"
TEATRO CATITOLIO
COLOSAL doble PROGRAMA!
Betty Huiln Howard Keel
- an -
"ANNIE, LA REINA
DEL CIRCO"
Adems Marshall Thompson
' y Virginia Gray, an
"HORA de la VIOLENCIA"
TEATRO EDISON
Humphrey Bogart, en
".MUERTE EN UN BESO"
Johnny Welssmuller, en
"La Esclava de La Selva"
CINE HISPANO
Yvonne De Cario, en
"El Afolla del Desierto"
Maria Montes, en
"Las Mil y Una Noches"
VICTORIA VISTERMOSA
John Wayne, en
"Romance de Lee
lete Marea"
- Adems: -
Tigra Voladores"
con John Wayne
PAC FICO
MacDonal Carey, en
"INTOLERANCIA"
- Adems: -
Johnny Welssmuller.
aja -
"Llamee de Pasin''
NOCHE DE BANCOjl
Audie Murphy, en
'Juramento Cwmplldn"
Richard Quine, en '
"CABALLERO DEL
DESTINO-______
ROOSEVELT
Abbott y Costello. en
"LA LEGION
EXTRANJERA"
- Adems:
Maureen O'Hara. en
"HONOR DEBATA"
APOLO
POBRE
CORAZN'
- Adems: -
"LA LIGA DE LAB
CANCIONES"
\ IDEAL
Vvonne de Cario, en
*Entre Dos Amares"
* Adems: -
Margaret Lockwood
an -
"pmrroB del odio"