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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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SIXTH YEAR
Panattm American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1951
Seagram's V.O. f!
CANADIAN WHISKY )
FIVE CENTS
AF TO BOMB MANCHUBIA?
Husband-Wife Atom
Spies To Go To Chair
NEW YORK, April 5 (UP) Federal Judge Irving R.
Kaufman today sentenced Julius Rosenberg, 32, and his
wife Ethel, 35, to death for giving United States atom
secrets to Russia.
Kaufman specified that the Rosenbergs are to be
executed during the week beginning May 21.
Under Federal Law the death sentence is carried out
in the state in which they are convicted in this case in
the electric chair in Sing Sing prison.
The execution date Is certain
to be postponed by appeals.
If the Rosenberss die they will
be the Xirat persons ever execut-
ed lor espionage after trial In
the United States civil courts.
Judge Kaufman told the cou-
ple, who are the parents of two
small children, that their crime
lu delivering essentials of the
United States' atomlo bomb se-
certs to Russia was "worse than
murder."
He said: "In committing mur-
der the criminal kills only his
victim. But In your case I be-
lieve your conduct in putting In-
to the hands of Russia the se-
crets of the atomic bomb has al-
ready caused Communist aggres-
sion In Korea. I believe by your
betrayal you have altered the
course of history."
The Rosenbergs faced the.
Judge with drawn faces ana
tense bodies.
Their co-consplrator Morton
Sorbell. 34, will be sentenced
later. Kaufman evidently In-
tends a lighter penalty for htm.
Arab-Asian Bloc
Tries To Draft
Korea Peace Offer
LAKE SUCCESS, April 5 (UP)
Twelve members of the Arab-
Asian bloc In the United Nations,
led by Egypt and India, are try-
ing today to draft a Korean
peace offer to Ihe Chinese Reds,
based on the same five point
formula which Mao Tze Tung
rejected Jan. 17.
This Arab-Asian move is lmed
to beat the expected declaration
of Korean war aims by the 14
United Nations member coun-
tries presently fighting there.
Sen* Dennis Chavez Gets
Panama's Balboa Order
WASHINGTON, April St (UP)
The Panamanian decoration
of Vasco Nunez de Balboa was
resented last night to Senator
ennls Chavez, wno Is active In
the United States Senate In La-
tin American affairs.
The presentation was made by
Panama's Foreign Minister Car.
los N. Brin, during a reception
by the Minister and Mrs. Brih
at the Panamanian Embassy.
US Troops to Embark
Soon For Service
With Atlantic Army
WASHINGTON, Apr. 9 (UP)
Military sources said here today
that United States troops will be
alerted within a few days for
transportation to Europe and the
Atlantic Pact army.
The go-ahead signal was given
yesterday when the Senate ap-
proved the buildup In United
States strength in Gen. Dwlght
D. Eisenhower's Atlantic Pact
army to six divisions.
The division earmarked for
Europe are the.4th Infantry Di-
vision, now at Fort Benning,
Georgia, and the 2nd Armored
Division, at Fort Hood. Texas.
These are regular army divi-
sions.
They will be followed later by
two as yet unidentified National
Guard divisions now in training.
There are two divisions already
In Europe.
Military and diplomatic offi-
cialsincluding Gen. Dwlght
D. Eisenhowerbelieve that
after months of bitter debate
in the Senate over sending
troops to Europe, only the sight
of more United States soldiers
swinging down the Champs El-
ysees in Paris and on station in
Germany will reassure Western
Europe that the United States
means business, on the Pact
army project.
The 4th Infantry Division Is
expected to start moving In
about a month, and the 2nd Ar-
mored Division about a month
later,
The first National Guard di-
vision to go will sail late summer,
and the second In the fall.
The four National Guard divi-
sions now In Federal service In
the United- States are the 43rd
from Vermont, Connecticut and
Rhode Island. 47th from Minne-
sota and North Dakota. 31st from
Alabama and Mississippi and
28th from Pennsylvania.
Already committed to Elsen-
hower's army and now In Ger-
many are the 1st Infantry Divi-
sion and the Constabulary Force
reorganized Into an armored di-
vision.
It's Raining
April Showers
The April showers that wet-
ted down the Isthmus this
morning had no connection with
the rainy season that everyone
is looking around the corner
for, according to the meteoro-
logists at Balboa Heights.
On the basis of weather re-
cords, for 46 years, they expect
the switch to real rainy season
conditions about the first of
Mayor maybe April 29th, when
the wet-dry cycle has changed
for the last four years.
Tuesday's rainfall was attri-
buted to a cold front moving
over the Isthmus from the Gulf
of Mxico and the Caribbean.
It started about 4:30 o'clock in
the morning on the Pacific Side.
and about 3:00 o'clock on the
Atlantic Side.
The total fall to 11:00 a.m.
measured .31 inches at Balboa
Heights, .26 Inches at Cristbal,
.98 Inches at Gatun, and .66
Inches at Pedro Miguel.
Costa Rica Squettbes
Revolutionary Plot;
48 Are Being Held
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, April 5,
(UP) The Costa Rican Govern-
ment today announced that a
"Calderonlsta" revolution plun
has failed. Bombs and firearms
were captured and confiscated
A total of 48 persons were be-
ing held, including the chief of
revolutionary plot In Costa Rica,
Victor Wolf. A Government re-
presentative said that former
President "Paco" Caldern mas-
terminded the move from Mexi-
co.
The plan consisted in attactc-
lng Limn. Punta Arenas. 3an
Carlos and Guanacaste simultan-
eously any day this month by ex-
ploding bombs at the same time'
In different sectors of the capi-
tal and also assassinating Presi-
dent Otilio Ulate and former
President of the Junta Jose Fi-
gueres
Job Retention Setup To Be Revised
Word has been received from Walter Wagner, Legis-
lative Representative of the Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council that Congressional action is expect-
ed to revise the Job retention rights of Federal employes.
Robert Ramspeck, the new Civil Service Chairman,
has asked Congress to give Job security to career Federal
employes. He suggests that the employes be divided Into
four retention groups (listed in order of their retention
priority).
1. Veteran employes with 11 years or more Service.
2. Non-veteran employes with 11 years or more service.
3. Veteran employes with less than 11 years service.
4. Non-veteran employes with less than 11 years ser-
vice.
Points would be given far length of service and per-
formance ratings, to determine the relative standing in
each of these groups.
Eleven years was chosen as the cut-off date as that
would cover the period from 1949 when large numbers of
men entered the armed forces.
Amazon-Andes Basin Draws
Hope Of 0AS For Point 4
By HARRY W. FRANTZ
WASHINGTON. April 5. (UP)
A new geographical concept a-
bout the hinterland of the South
American continent has emerged
at the American Foreign Minis-
ters conference here, with far
reaching implications for all the
Republics of South America ai for potential emigrants from Eu-
rope.
A 2,000 mile long arc of land
between the Amazon Basin and
the Andes cordillera has sudden -
ly been illuminated by the spot-
lights of diplomatic interest and
the hopes of economic planners.
For four centuries the states-
men of many countries have re-
Troops Returning
From Chepo 'Action'
Have New Command
The Government carried out
the confiscation of arms and the
arrests without the necessity of
suspending constitutional rights.
There was no violence. The en-
tire country Is In a state of calm.
Army maneuvers in the Paco-
ra area Of the Republic of Pana-
m drew to a close yesterday, and
by early afternoon participating
units had started moving back
to their home stations In the
Canal Zone. '
High light of the closing phase
of the exercise was the ''death''
of both opposing commanders:
Lt. Col. Frank H. Llnnei of the
US Force, and Lt. Col. Leslie R.
Wllcox of the Aggressor Force.
Each was "killed" by artillery fire
while directing their respective
elements in the area near the
final objective.
Major George H. Duckworth,
Jr., Executive Officer of the 2nd
Battalion 33rd Infantry, repre-
senting the US Force, immedia-
tely took over command and
skilfully directed the assault on
the final objective. Major Myron
T. Johnston, Executive Officer
of the 45th Cavalry, and the Ag-
gressor Force in this exercise, as-
sumed command
and succeeded
in maintaining strong forces on areas of Western Europe.
cognized the Amazon Basin as
the largest but least developed
economic area In the world.
Its development was always
considered in terms of an ap-
proach from the Amazon delta on
the Atlantic.
The new concept born here is
that the Amazon region ean be
more effectively developed from
the headwaters regions where
agricultural condition* are
more favorable, petroleum anil
mineral resources greater, and
settlement opportunities mor*
attractive to immigrants.
Brazil has sovereignty over by
far the largest part of the Ama-'
zon basin. But Venezuela, Colom-
bia, Ecuador. Peru and Bolivia al-
so have large territories in the
upper part on the basin and east
of the Andes.
The new concept of Amazon-
Andean development therefore
would require unity of political
Interest among the six Republics.
This presumably would come If
President Harry S. Truman a-
dopted a Point Four approach to
the "undeveloped areas" east of
the Andes.
Mr. Truman's Inaugural ad-
dress to the foreign ministers con-
ference referred to breathtaking
possibilities for economic devel-
opment in South America, and
gave attention to the possibilities
of developing vast areas of wil-
derness such as the eastern slopes
of the Andes.
A few weeks earlier the Rock-
efeller Advisory Board's report
on the point Four development
program called attention to the
2.90a-mile-leng stretch of fer-
tile valleys and plateau laud
east of the Andes which might
lend itself to development.
If carried througn successfully
this development would open up
a new major source of food tor
the entire continent, it would
also provide a home for settlers
from the most densely populated
War Scare
Hits Capital
WASHINGTON, Apr. 5 (UP)
A war scare has hit the capital
In the wake of reports that
troops, apparently Russian, are
massing In Manchuria.
House Speaker Sam Rayburn
touched off the scare yesterday
when he said Chinese and "non-
Chinese" troops were massing In
Manchuria, and that the United
States stands in the face of a ter-
rible danger "that may be the
beginning of World War III."
At his press conference today
President Harry S. Truman said
the danger of World War III Is
lust as great today as In the past
three years.
But Intelligence sources in
General Douglas MacArthur's
Tokyo headquarters said they
had no information to confirm
Ravburn's warning.
They said there are some Rus-
sian technicians and civilian ad-
visers in Manchuria and North
Korea, but they knew of no mass-
ing of Soviet combat troops.
The Intelligence sources were
dubious of the theory that Ray-
burn may have been referring to
Japanese war prisoners perhaps
retained to fight for Russia.
There are unconfirmed rumors
the Soviets have 100,000 Japanese
under arms. Altogether 376,000
Japanese prisoners of the Rus-
sians remain unaccounted for.
British sources doubt Russia
is preparing to enter the Ko-
rean fighting. But the progress
of the United Nations' army
"has apparently caused a state
of alert to be notified to the
Soviet Far East Army lest the
United Nations carry the war
on to Chinese soil."
They said Russia and China
are probably acting on the long
rooted Oriental belief that the
United States plans to use Korea
as an entry into China.
Mr. Truman declined to com-
ment on Raybum's implication
that the Russians are massing
except to say that Rayburn Is a
truthful man.
Administration critics said the
crisis was bogus. They said lt was
manufactured to help shove the
controversial draft bill through
Congress.

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MacArthur Has
'Green Light'
If Reds Attack
TOKYO, April 5 (UP) General Douglas MacArthur
has full authority to send the United Nations air forces
to bomb Manchurian bases in the event of a big Com-
munist air attack on his forces in Korea, according to
Washington dispatches which President Harry S. Truman
*oday refused to confirm or deny.
British intelligence reports say the Chinese have re-
ceived 3,000 aircraft from the Russians. Not all are com-
bat types but latest deliveries included a high proportion
of MIG-15 jet fighters.
The Reds now have enough combat planes to throw
in strong tactical air support in their expected spring of*
fensive on the central Korean front.
Esso Conference
Al 'El Panam' Set
For April 16 lo 20
Armed Services Football
Chicagoan Made $ 425.000
On US Truck Surplus Imports
WASHINGTON, Apr. tf(UP) The subcommittee, headed by deal and "other incidentals."
A Chicago truck dealer testified Rep. Herbert C. Bonner. D., N.C., Green said he also paid $42,000
today he cleared a $425,000 profit is trying to find out why the to the estate of the late Joseph
on some 1,000 surplus American armed services let private busl- Freeman, wartime Washington
trucks bought from the Philip- nessmen reap big profits on sur- representative of the Garsson
pine government and re-sold In plus goods, some of which the Brothers munitions combine
this country, more than one- government could have reclaim- Freeman was indicted aong
third of them to the Atomic En- ed for the Korean war. with the Garsson brothers. Hen-
ergy Commission. After Green told his story, ry and Murray, and former Rep.
Morris Green, of the Green Bonner said it was proof that Andrew J. May. D., Ky.. in 1947
Bros. Truck Sales Co., said he "some business administration on charges of conspiracy to de-
and four others made the six-fig- should be put into national de- fraud the government In connec-
ure profit in 1948 after paying fense and certain government tion with war contracts. The
various persons $328,00to expe- agencies." He said Green and his Oarssons and May were convlct-
dlte the deal, set up the sale partners did nothing iHegal. but ed. Freeman was acoultted.
to the commission and spur the that the case showed how "dlla- After Green testified that he
Commerce Department in lifting tory" the government could be. paid no excise tax on the trucks
a ban on surplus material lm- Green testified that he paid brought Into this country. Max
Pr,ts- - __ $95,000 to the Cleveland law firm E. Hoyt of the Internal Revenue
HS.told House Executive Ex- of Duffy and Friedman to get Bureau told the committee he
pendltures Committee the trans- the Commerce Department to lift believed a five per cent tax
action was started with a $100,- the ban on Imports of surplus should have been levied.
22L Z0?lM- bu^ }h?\ anotJLer materl*ls- Green said he and his brother,
$500.000 was added later. The Green said $127,000 was paid to Julius and Edward Udelson of
Sucks were bought for $200 and the Schnltzer Bros. Steel Co.. Cleveland, set up Green Brothers
50 each, he said, and resold for Portland, Ore., for setting up the Enterprises, Inc When the firm
"I much as $5,500 each. The AEC sale with the Atomic Commls- was dissolved, he got $850,000;
lught 358 for between $3,400 and sion. Another $15.000 was paid to his brothers, Julius and Seymour
1.990 each. The 1,000 trucks were a "Mr. Haggerty" of Los Angeles $85.000 each; and Udelson $170-
d for a total of $1,250,000. for "preliminary work" on the OCO.
the final objective an the maneuver waa declared over
by the umpires, had a tank pla-
toon holding strong position
along the National Highway just
east of NaraYiJal.
A crltlaue of the exercise was
held at the Maneuver Director's
headquarters yesterday after-
The Rockefeller Board propos-
ed the creation of an East Andes
development authority repre-
senting seven countries directly
affected Venezuela, Colomblp
Ecuador. Peru, Bolivia, Brazil and
Paraguay.
mandlng U.S. Army Caribbean,
members of his staff, umpires
and observers, and commanders
of all units which had particip-
ated in the field problem.
Elks To Install
Appleby Saturday
neaaquarters yesterday after- p n ! i
noon. In attendance were Major UOVemor, KailTOad
General Ray E. Porter. Com- r .
executives Arriving
i Monday On 'Ancon'
Governor Newcomer sailed
' from New York yesterday on the
S.S. Ancon and will arrive on
the Isthmus Monday, accompan-
; led by Mrs. Newcomer.
W. M. Lloyd. Freight Traffic
Manager for the Panama Line Jir>
Cloyd H Appleby of Gamboa New York and Edward N. Stokes,
will be Installed Saturday even- Director of the Railroad and Ter-
ing as Exalted Ruler of Blks rningig Bureau, will also arrive
Lodge 1414. The installation cere- 0n the Ancon. Mr. Lloyd last vls-
mony will take place at 7 p.m. at ited the Isthmus in April 1950.
tne Elks home on La Boca Road >__________________
and will be followed bv a dan.-e i _L_--4)_, \kt-. L-.
for Elks and their ladies. Laboratory Worker
Other officers for the coming c cjt\T\ /W\
year who will be Installed at the jeeKS JOUU.UUU!
same ceremony'are:
Harry E. Townsend of Dlahlo
Esteemed Leading Knight; Jo
seph B. Copello of Curundu. Es-
teemed Loyal Knight: Steve Ger-
men! of Gamboa Esteemed Lec-
turing Knight; James O. Des-
Londes. secretary: John A
Wright. Treasurer; Richard .T
Koperskl. Tiler and Robert H
Acims. Trustee. Adams will hold
his office for three years.
DesLondes. Wright and Adams
are all Past Exalted Rulers. Th<-
first two, together with Kopei<
ki. have he'd their offices for sev -
ral years and are succeeding
'.hemselvea.
Claims Sex Change
JERSEY CITY. April 5
(UP).John Stepnowskl, 32,
has filed suit here demand-
ing $300,000 from Specific
Pharmaceuticals Inc. i be-
cause, he said, the sex hor-
mones he handled at his
work have practically trans-
formed him into a woman.
He said the hormones had
caused "an effemination or
transformation of his gender
from masculine to feminine"
which left him impotent.
His wife Marv Is suing the
firm for $150,999 damages.
More than 50 delegates to the
General Management Meetlne of
the Esso Latin American affili-
ates will meet at the Hotel El Pa-
nam Apr. 16 to 20. s. Scollav
Moore, president and general
manager of Esso Standard OH
(Central America) S.A., announ-
ced today.
The Central American affili-
ate which has Its headquarters
in Panam, will be host to the
conference. Meetings will be held
on the mezzanine floor of the
Bella Vista Room of the hotel.
Delegates to the conference,
the first of its kind to be held by
the company In Panam, Include
top management personnel from
the various Esso comeantes in
Latin America as well as from
the New York offices of the com-
pany. Affiliates to be represent-
ed Include Esso Standard OH of
Brazil. Argentina, Uruguay, Chi-
le, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, as well
as the Antilles. Caribbean. Creole
Petroleum, Lago Oil & Transoort.
International Petroleum of Peru
and Esso Colombiana. S.A.
In addition to intensive all day
conference sessions, the delegates
will soend one dav at their pleas-
ure in sightseeing, golfing or
stumping.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore will offer a
cocktail party in honor of the
delegates the first evening of the
conference in the Hotel El Pana-
m patio. Other social activities
include a cocktail buffet to be
given by Cipriano Paz Rodriguez,
manager of the Panam division
of the Central American compa-
ny, and Mrs. Paz Rodriguez at
the Panam Golf Club in honor
of his excellency, the President
of the Republic and Mrs. Arnulfo
Arias, and a dinner to be offered
by Mr. and Mrs. Moore at the Ho-
tel Panam the last evening of
the conference.
Reservations already have been
made for delegates from the New
York offices who expect to at-
tend.
They Include: H. H Hewetson
member of the board of directors
Standard Oil Company iNew
Jersey); P. T. Lamont. General
Sales Coordinator for Esso; F. H
Billups. Western Hemisphere
Marketing Coordinator; A. C. Fls-
chofer. Assistant Western Heml-
snhere Meri-etl"" Ccrd'nator:
(Continued a rage 9, CoL )
Far East Air Force sources said
they would need more planes
than at present to do a thorough
Job on Manchurian bases. There
are only about lOOSuperforts op-
erating, compared to 1.000 in the
World War II bombing of Japan.
MacArthur believes politicians
have encroached on his realm as
a soldier by not authorizing him
Construction Days
Nurse Dies At 90
In Florida Home
Miss Marietta L. Meech, one
of the first American nurses in
the Canal Zone and one of the
oldest veteran nurses of the
Spanish American War, died last
week at a rest home at Oulfport.
Florida, according to informa-
tion from St. Petersburg, where
she had lived for many years af-
ter leaving the Isthmus. She was
90 years old.
She was employed as a nurse
at Ancon Hospital in September
1904, after about lour years ser-
vice in Cuba and the Philippine
Islands, and about a year in the
Army Nurse Corps.
She had been specially com-
mended by Major Walter Reed
lor her assistance in yellow fever
experimentation In Cuba.
Miss Meech retired from Canal
service in August 1921 and lived
in St. Petersburg until about
four years ago.
She was born In Buffalo, New
York, and was graduated from
the Illinois Training School lor
Nurses in 1829. She was employ-
ed at Presbyterian and Cook
County Hospital in Chicago for
about six years, and from 1898 to
1903, served In the United States,
the Philippines and Cuba. She
was employed in California for
about a year before coming to
the Canal Zone.
Rich Man Who Cave
All To Poor Will
Keep New Windfall
NEW YORK. April 5 (UP).
Tall, thin philanthropist Alex-
ander Hector Munsell, 56. who
gave away the last of a $10.000,-
000 fortune 20 years ago because
he wanted the "reality" of po-
verty is expected to keep a new
$650.000 inheritance from his
mother.
When he renounced his for-
tune he said he would not ac-
cept any inheritances.
His wife divorced him In 1936
charging that Munsell's attitude
was one of "delayed adoles-
cence."
to blockade the Chinese coast
and smash the tenuous Chines
railway system, and also by com-
pelling him to fight without a
definite objective, according to
Lt. Gen. H. O. Martin, London
Dally Telegraph war correspon-
dent, who had a long Informal
Interview with MacArthur today.
Americans, South Koreans.
Britons, Australians, Greeks and
Thallanders were battering to-
day against what Is believed to
be a Communist Iron Door cov-
ering the massive Red buildup in
the central sector just above th
parallel.
This attack was believed de-
signed to throw the Red buildup
off balance. MacArthur estimates
China and North Korea have up
to 1,350,000 troops in North Ko-
rea and Manchuria, or en rout
there.
For the first time In the war
the Chinese were bombarding
the advancing allies with heavy-
flurries of artillery and mortars.
A United States tank column
was pounded with 150 mm. shells,
a near equivalent to the United
States heavy duty 155 mm. field
howitzer.
Advancing Greeks and Amer-
icans ran into a field of United
8tates-type anti-personnel
mines.
The heavy Red vehicle move-
ment of the last weeks continued
last night with an estimated 1.800
vehicles sighted back of the Red
lines, travelling down from Man-
churia.
Tactical night fighters and
bombers claimed the destruction
of at least 70.
Superforts attacked troop con-
centrations.
Skyralders, Corsairs and Pan-
thers from Task Force 77 pound*
ed Inland targets a> the United
Nations fleet bombarded and
blockaded the west coast.
Wonsan on the east coast, took!
its 47th straight day of bombard-
ment. The naval force was led b*
the U. S. heavy cruiser St. PauL
Local Rate Theaters <
Still Give Half Rate M
To Students Over 14
Full adult admission prices
will be charged in local-rata
Clubhouse theaters to everyon
who Is 14 years old or older, ex-
cept students effective April 21,
according to Information from
the Clubhouse Division.
The same regulation has been
in effect in U.S.-rate theater!
for about three years.
In order that theater doormen
may easily and quickly Identity
the students who are entitled to
student admission rates, Identi-
fication slips will be issued
yearly to students who hava
passed their 14th birthdays.
Poor Richard Is Expensive Snorer
CHICAGO. April 5 (UP).Poor Richard. Poor Richard
Michalak. Every time he snores it costs him money.
Michalak, a 25-year-old resident of Chicago, has
agreed in court to move to a hotel and give his wile
separate maintenance. She simply can't stand bis snor-
ing;.
As befits a man who has such a domestic handicap,
Michalak has been getting lots of helpful hints on how
to stop snoring and get his wife back.
The first man to the rescue was. logically enough.
David Horwich, who wrote a book called "How To Stop
Snoring." Horwich offered to come from New York ta
Chicago and give a free course on the gentle art of silent
sleeping. Horwich said he could get Michalak's snore
down to a pleasant murmur in two weeks.
There have been other sympathetic suggestions, too.
One caller urged Michalak to have bis adenoids re-
moved. Another told him to wind a rubber tube around
his neck. A woman advised Michalak to train himself
tn ke"> his mouth closed by not saying a word for hour
at a time.
Michalak is sleeping on the suggestions.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAIL* NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1951
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country
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II Daybreak
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chlorine
5 Kite part
6 Eight (comb
form)
7 Peruse
8 Symbol for
samarium
9 Greek letter
10 Simple
11 Angers
13 Lixivium
16 Lord (ab.)
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VERTICAL
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28 Indian
29 Bones
38 Sheaf
39 Respiratory
sound
41 Piece out
42 Universal
language
43 College cheers
44 Wings
45 Tense
46 Smooth and
unaspirated
47 Entreats
49 Short-nipped
fabric
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53 Size of shot
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(ab.)
Braniff Official
A. J. Brough, supervisor of La-
tin American stations for Braniff
Airways, arrived here last night
for a three-day visit to the Isth-
mus. He is on a combined busi-
ness and vacation trip and is ac-
companied by his wife.
They will remain in Panama
until Saturday night when they
leave on the line's flight 403 for
Guayaquil.
Homecoming
Edward N. Stokes. Director of
the Railroad and Terminals Bu-
reau and Robert I. Jones, of the
Public Accounting Firm of Ar-
thur Andersen and Company, are
among the passengers scheduled
to arrive on the Isthmus Monday
on the S.S. Ancon. according to
the advance passenger list from
the Panama Line offices at Bal-
boa Heights.
Stokes, accompanied by his
wife and son. Edward, Jr., is re-
turning after a vacation in the
United 8tatei.
Jones, who was here in Febru-
ary, will join three other repre-
sentatives of the Arthur Ander-
sen Firm of consulting account-
ants who are now on the Isthmus
making a study of the Canal or-
ganization in connection with tne
establishment of the new Pana-
ma Canal Company next July.
Only 54 passengers will arrive
on the Ancon. The complete ad-
vance passenger list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Russell V. Bar-
ton; Mr. and Mrs, Charles Beall
and two children; Patrick Carey;
George C. Dessler; Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn L. Ehlers and daughter;
Mrs. Eula J. Ewlng; L. C. Feist;
and Cpl. Josephine H. Fitzgerald.
Mrs. Evelyn Ga'chez and two
children; Mrs. Joseph J. Han-
cock; Mrs. Adeline M. Hardy; Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert C. Hawvioh-
orst; James C. Hitchcock; Miss
Susan Hughes; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ivey; Robert I. Jone;
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klevcn;
Miss Rena D. Knotts; and Mrs.
Joseph Kosker.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert A. La-
tham; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L>in -
deen; Miss Lucy McCarthy; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. McCarthy;
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Manches-
ter; 8gt. Tony J. Mlske; Edward
B. O'Brien, Jr.; and Baroutakis
Folychronls.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Rey-
nolds; Louie E. Rocher; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward N. Stokes; E. N.
Stokes, Jr.; Mrs. Helen H. Tho-
mas; Mr .and Mrs. James R
Trimble; Mr. and Mrs. F. w.
Wiebe; Pldney Wool!; and Jose
Zonzlnski.
Scholarship*
Thirteen Argentine nursea, en
route to the United States on
scholarships to attend New York's
famed Memorial Hospital, stop-
ped briefly here early this week.
The group of nurses travelled via
Panagra from Buenos Aires tc
New York.
JACOBY ON BKlDQt
BY OSWALD JACOBS
Written for NEA Service
TOO MUCH JOY
OMAHA, Neb. (UP) William
Henderson, 21, celebrated the
birth of a son too well...Police
said Henderson got into a fight
and ended up in the hospital for
treatment of multiple abrasions
and bruises.
gecial
Baby'* sensitive skin calls for the gen-
tlest treatment!
Keep it smooth, soft, and comfortable
by bathing baby with gentle, fragrant
Johnson's Baby Soap.
1)1 nun baths, prevent skin chafing
and irritation with pur*, bland John-
mo'i g*by Oil and Baby Powder.
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This King of all
Mixtures comes
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The King ot oil cough m*dicines
Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture
hos been used for yeors In Over 70%
ot Canodo's homes. Fost working
tripla* octing Buckley's Conodiol Mix-
ture quickly loosens ond raises phlegm
lodged in the tubes cleors oir pas-
sages soothes rasped raw tissues,
one or two sips ond worst coughing
sposm ceases. You get results fast.
You feel the effect o Buckley's ins-
tantly.
Compounded from rare Canadian
Pine Balsam and othei soothing heal-
ing Ingredients Buckley's CANADIOL
Mixture Is different from anything
you ever tried do get a bottle of this
greot Canodian cough medicine to-
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Uninformed
By EDGAR MARTQI
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indigestion and headache caused
by unbalanced eating, overwork
or worry. Analgesic and alkalia-
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far effective relief. H*v*
Ufttt a supply oandy-aiwava.
Last month THE PANAMA
AMERICAN carried 3 6 5 4
classified ads a* compared
to 2034 in all other daily
papera in Panam com-
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"Who is more at fault for the
overbidding of this hand?" a3ks
a Blnghamton correspondent.
"Seven spades was a terrible con
tract and deservedly went down.
On winning the opening lead
with the king of hearts, South led
a trump to the king in the hope
that West had a singleton honor
or the doubleton queen Jack.
Since neither was the case he had
to lose a trump trick.
"Was South Justified In Jump-
ing to four clubs? Was North then
justified in using the Blackwood
convention? Who was the chief
culprit?"
Both players overbid, but North
is the chief culprit. South stretch-
ed quite a bit when he Jumped
to four clubs. Three clubs would
have been a better bid.
North was not Justified in usln^
the Blackwood convention. He
found out only what he should
have known before: that Sou'h
had a very good hand including
two aces and three kings. This
was not important; It was more
Important to find out how strong
Souths spade suit happened to
be, and this Information could
never be obtained by the use o
the Blackwood convention.
This type of hand should be bid
tentatively by both players. Each
player hints at slam, hoping that
the other will eventually come
through with an enthusiastic
enough bid in spades to Justify a
grand slam contract. 81nce nei-
ther partner can properly do this,
the partnership should eventual-
ly wind up at only six spades.
Curiously enough, however,
seven spades can be made. I will
not claim that the successful line
of plav should be adopted if yo-i
cannot see allthe cards. However,
It is Interesting for its own sake.
South wina the first trick, leads
a diamond to dumy's queen,
cashes the aoe of hearts ruffs a
heart, leads the king of diamonds
to dummy's ace, and ruffs an-
other heart. Bouth next cashes
the top clubs and ruffs a club In
dummy, returning by ruffing a
diamond. .
When South now leads a club,
West Is down to his three trumps,
dumv has two trumps and a dia-
mond; and East has two trumps
and a club. If West ruffs low,
dummy over-ruffs and cashea the
king o' spades, after which South
makes the last trick with the acu
of spades. If Weat ruffs high,
dummy over-ruffs with the king,
after which South's ace-ten take
the last two tricks by means of a
finesse through East's Jack.
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By J. R. WILLIAMS


THURSDAY. APRIL S. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
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KELLY-ANGLE ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mn. James J. Kelly of Brooklyn, New York, an-
naance the engagement and approachlnc marriage of their
daughter, Serjeant Dorothy Kellv of Port Clayton, to Corporal
Walter E. Angle of Fort Kobbe.
Ths wedding will take placo Saturday, at 4:M p.m. at the
Fort Koabe Chapel. A reception will follow at the Fort Kobbe
N.C.O. Club.
Luncheon Giren by Now
Commanding Officer of Naval
Station
The new commanding officer
of the Coco Solo Naval Station,
Captain Lyle Koepke and Mrs.
Koepke entertained with a lun-
cheon at their quarters following
Mrs. Demetrio Rosadlmos, Mr.-,
Antonio Tagaropolus, Mrs, Enri-
que Cotes, Mrs. W. F. Humphrey,
Mrs. Julia Lelgnadler, Mrs. Julia
Eralllanl. Mrs. Walter Hunnicutt,
Mrs. Fritz Humphrey. Miss Ann
Teresa Benjamin, Mrs. Colon Ar-
ela, Mrs. Carl Ender, Mrs. Jos*
the change-of-command ceremo- D. Bazan and Mrs. Hans lilies,
nies at the station Monday
morning.
The guests included Rear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bledsoe. U8N.
commandant of the 15th Naval
District, and the members of his
staff who were over for the occi-
sin, with ranking United 8tates
Naval officers on the Atlantic
Side and the Koepke's hou.~e
guests.
New Commanding Officer of
Atlantic Sector Arrives
Colonel James E. Bowen. Jr,
the new commanding officer of
the Atlantic Sector, and Mrs. Bo-
wen. changed their residence
Tuesday from Fort Kobbe to Ft..
Gulick. They are residing in he
quarters formerly occupied by
Colonel and Mrs. Julius Slack.
Colonel Bowen was the com-
manding officer of the 33rd in-
fantry Divisin before assuming
his new duties.
Ecuadorian Visitor
Honored with Luncheon
Major Francisco Zambrano C.
Army of Ecuador, Sub-director of
the Colegio Military, who hus
been visiting the USAR Caiib
School at Fort Gulick, was com-
plimented with a luncheon given
yesterday by Colonel and Mrs.
James Pumpelly at their Fort
Gulick quarters.
The other guests Included: Cc\
and Mrs. James E. BoVen, Jr.,
the Consul of Ecuador to Colon,
Mr. Herbert Toledano. Major
Weldon E. Lalche and Captain
Julio E. Hurtado.
Mrs. Maybelle Thomson and Mrs
Catlta Scott.
Door prizes were won by Mr.
Robert Leigh and Mrs. Henry
Townshend.
Luncheon Meeting at Y
The Atlantic Religious Work-
ers Council met at the Bolivar
Ave. Y Monday for a luncheon
and business meeting.
The members who attended in-
cludde: Rev. Philip Havener, Rev.
E. W. LaFont, Mrs. H. L. Bell,
Rev. J. W. L. Graham, Rev. Main-
ert Peterson, Rev. Scarlett,
Chaplain Walter McCrack^n,
Chaplain Milton A. Cookson,
Chaplain Peoples of the Trans-
port Thomas, Major Herbert
Tucker. Captain Moonsawmy, Mr.
Leslelgh Davis and Mr. E. F. Mc-
Clelland.
American Legion
Stresses Religion
in Child Welfare
Visitors at Fort Gulick
for Kelly-Angle Wedding
Sergeant and Mrs. Jerry Whvte,
of Fort Gulick. have as their
house guests Mrs. James J. Kel-
ly. Miss Regina T. Kelly and Ml.*s
Ellen M. Nolan, of Brooklyn, New
York, who arrived Monday to at-
tend the wedding of Mrs. Kelly's
daughter. Sergeant Margaret Do-
rothy Kelly to Corporal Walter
E. Angle.
Sergeant and Mrs. Whyte en-
tertained their guests and Ser-
geant Kelly, who was over to
meet her family, with luncheon
at the Hotel Washington follow-
ing their arrival on the Isthmus.
Members of I.A.W.C.
Attend Tea at Hotel El Panama
A large group of members of
the Colon Unit of the Inter-Ame-
rican Woman's Club crossed -he
Isthmus yesterday to attend the
tea given at the Hotel El Panama
by the Pacific Side Unit of the
Club. In token of their apprecia-
tion the Colon unit sent a larjje
standing basket of red and yel-
low gladioli to their hostesses.
The Atlantic Side guests in-
cluded the president. Mrs. Gun-
ther Hlrschfeld, Mrs. Stanlev
Hamilton, Mrs. Fred Bell, Miss
Mary Jeanne Welsen, Mrs. Sam-
uel Puller, Mrs. Charles Will. Mrs.
TV J. Relihan, Mrs. Anita Nelf,
Mrs. Louis Eduardo Castillo, Mrs.
Hiplito Fernandez, Mrs. Clifton
Sasso, Mrs. Frederick Knox, Mr.;.
Freda Boydston, Mrs. O. E. Jora-
tad, Mrs. Carlos Quiroz, Mrs.
Frank Flynn, Mrs. Victor Habar,
Mrs. Harold Carlson,Mrs. George
Carlson, Mrs. Carlos De Estrada,
Mrs. Cecilia Salas, Mrs. Fred
Maurer. Mrs. Ernesto Nino, Mis.
Fred Haseloff. Mrs. Frank Es-
tes, Mrs. Lee Nash, Mrs. August
Campbell. Mrs. Elsie Mohr Skill-
man, Mrs. Nancy Armentrour,
Mrs. Robert Hull, Mrs. Frank Ru-
dolph, Mrs. Thelma Godwin,
Also Mrs. David Kaplan. Miss
Dora Hardy. Miss Dorothy Kern,
Miss Tbora Baublitz. Miss Ada-
mary Anderson, Mrs. H. L. Heu-
ning Mrs. Juan Nunez, Mrs. Ju-
lio Nino, Mrs. Frank L. Scott, Mrs.
Frank W. Scott, Mrs. Herminia
Rlvas. Mrs. Julio Salas, Mrs. En-
rico Burlando, Mrs. T. J. Butler,
Sr., Mrs. Oscar Van der Dijs, Mrs.
Raul Herrera, Mrs. Robert Leigh,
Mrs. Sofia Stevens, Mrs. Joseph
Bremer, Mrs. William Jefferie,
Mrs. Adalberto Joly. MTss Adeln
Joly. Mrs. Manuel Joly, Mrs. Ral-
mondo PUeri, Mrs. Moiss Mn-
dez. Mrs. Stanley Leon. Mrs. Har-
iy Bilgray, Mrs. Antonio Albero-
la. Mrs. Carlos Bieberach. Mrs.
SHEEP HAS QUADS
DURHAM, N.H. (UP> Valen-
tine, a 12-year-old Shropshire
ewe owned by the University of
New Hampshire, is the mother of
Osvaldo Henrlquez Mrs. Ernesto quadruplets. Quadruple births
Estenoz. Mrs. Lenidas Sanchez, among sheep are a rarity.
World tension and war have led
the American Legion to strcts
more strongly than ever the re-
ligious aspect of its Child Welfare
Program, Commander Hans Pe-
dersen. Department Commande-,
The American Legion. Depart-
ment of Panama Canal Zone, re-
vealed here today.
Department Chaplain Frank
Hohmann is cooperating In this
effort.
The Commander urged parent s
to make every effort to see that
their children have the opportu-
nity to attend church and re-
ceive the proper religious train-
ing they need.
"Religious faith can be a pow-
erful unifying force for the en-
tire nation in the troubled day?
which lie ahead," Commander
Pedersen said.
Aorii has been set aside ar-
nually by The American Legion
for the promotion of its Child
Welfare Program and this year
special attention Is being focused
on the spiritual needs of chil-
dren.
Theme for the month is "When
the Winds Blow." a line taken
from the old "Rock-A-Bye Babv"
lullaby.
- Given a strong religious back-
ground, the cradle wont rock
hard enough to tumble baby out
"when the winds blow," the com-
mander predicted.
The Mid-Century White Ho>u:e
Conference on Children and
Youth recently called special at-
tention to the effect of the wor'd
crisis on children and urged that
they be spiritually equipped to
meet the problems of the day.
Foreign Colonies
To Have Pavilions
At Big Colon Fair
Leaders of foreign colonies In
the city of Colon have responded
with enthusiasm to the invitation
of the Colon Prospera Commlt:ee
to have active participation In
the Provincial Fair that is to be
held In the Atlantic Coast city
during the second week of May.
The colonies of Cuba. Greece,
Spain Italv. the West Indies, Chi
na. Palestine and others, win
each have a pavilion at the fair
grounds. The pavilions will pro-
bably be built following the pat-
terns of architectural design that
predominate in each of those
countries.
Within the pavilions will be
shown objects of art. Industry and
commerce from the motherland.
Some of the colonies will bring to
Colon, for the occasion, dancers
and singers, who will give folk
dances and songs during the
r.igh's of the Fair.
HOTELES INTERAMERICANOS, $. A.
STOCKHOLDERS of this Company are here-
by advised that an EXTRAORDINARY GEN-
ERAL MEETING will be held on Thursday
the 19th of April 1951, in the "Panama Sa-
Ion," EL PANAMA HOTEL, at 4:00 p.m., for
the purpose of
a) submitting the Board's Report and Finan-
cial Statement;
b) submitting a complete financing plan and
c) to elect Directors.
THE SECRETARY.
Panama, April 4th, 1951.
Sergeant Belmar Celebrates
B'rthday Anniversary
Sergeant and Mrs. Jerry Whvte
entertained with a cocktail par-
ty in the game room of their Fort
Gulick home last evening for
Sergeant Donald D. Belmar who
was celebrating his 22nd birthday
anniversary.
Gay multi colored streamers
were used to decorate the room
for the occasion.
The other guests inoluded Mis
Jean Dough, Miss Nancy Dyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C Dough,
Miss Laneve Dough. Sergeant A.
E. Smith. Sergeant and Mrs. Ro-
bert J. McKelvey. Corporal Wal-
ler Kirckgesler. Pfc Billy Beseck-
er. Corporal Leroy Kauffman.
Sergeant Kenneth Dlttbernner
with their house guests, Mrs. Jas.
J. Kelly. Miss Regina T. Kelly and
Miss Ellen M. Nolan, of Brook-
lyn. N.Y. and Sergeant Marga-
ret Dorothy Kelly of Fort Clayton.
Visitors Transit Canal
Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke, wife o!
the commanding officer of (It"
Coco Solo Naval Station and her
house guests, Mrs. W. I. Foss cf
Bay City. Michigan and Mr. A. C.
Koepke of Flint, Michigan, tran-
Signal Corps Will
Display Its Wares
In Birthday Show
A Signal Corps exhibit and cel-
ebration will be held Saturday,
at Fort Clayton In commemora-
tion of the founding of the Unit-
ed States Army Signal Corps. The
public Is invited to attend.
Under the sponsorship of the
7461st AU (Signal), the demon-
stration will be held at the old
Infantry quadrangle across from
the Fort Clayton Post Exchange.
Visitors may view the latent de-
velopments in Signal Corps ra-
dio, telephone and photographic
equipment. Much of the equip-
ment will be in operation to han-
dle traffic and messages at no
charge to the visitors.
Lunch and refreshments will be
served during the noon hour.
Last year, Lt. Col. H. W. Cooley.
Commanding Officer of the
7401st AU iSlgnali surprised his
troops by catching the fish for a
fry during the celebration. This
year, he anticipates the same
luck, so that even the luncheon
will be a signal affair.
A baseball game between the
Corozal team and the Fort Clay-
ton team will begin at 2:00 p.m.
The exact date of the founding
of the Signal Corps was Mar. 3,
1863, but the Fort Clayton unit
had to forego the celebration on
iA,ttf.dnHh%Ci^a4rHetUrnHln8 t0 lh' that date fhls" year because of
Atlantic 8ide Wednesday even- preparations for their participa-
te- tion in Operation Chepo,
Morning First Aid
Starts Monday
A morning first aid training
class will start at 8 a.m. Monday,,
at the American Legion Hall at
Balboa, lt has been announced
by the Civil Defense Adviser.
Those who wish to enter this
course may register when the
first class meets. Instructor for
the course will be Mrs. W. H. r .-
Vore.
Municipal Division
Employes Plan
Social Evening:
The Employes' Association of
the Municipal Division will spon-
sor a party for its members In
the Ancon Yard on Apr. 14 at 8
p.m., according to CJarl E. Hall, I
committee chairman.
All the parties sponsored by i
the association in the past have \
been stag. On Apr. 14, ladies and
guests of the members will be |
present. It is possible the major- |
Ity f future parties will be plan-
ned In the same way.
Chairman Hall extends a cor- |
dial invitation to those persons
and their ladies and guests who
have attended association func-.
tlons in the past.
Reservations can be made by |
calling Mrs. J. G. Scott and Mrs. i
T. M. Sasso at 2-1287.
A large number of fellow asso-'
elates from the Atlantic side
have indicated their intention of
attending.
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of the
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Legion Announces
John R. Barr Heads
1st CZ Boys' Slate
John R. Barr, popular Boy
Scout executive, has been chose.i
as director of first Canal Zone
Boys' State. The Assistant Di-
rector to be selected in the next
week or ten days.
Boys' State is being sponsored
by the American Legion. It is an
objective citizenship school, the
best yet devised In which the Na-
tions Boy Leaders gain a true
conception of the Ideals and ob-
jectives, the functions and oper-
ation of government. Its main ob-
jectives are:
(1) To make available to
young Americans a better
chance to .learn and under-
stand the basic principles un-
derlying representative govern-
[ ment.
(2) To provide a laboratory
1 for functional study of citizen-
ship.
(3) To arouse In young Ame-
ricans a desire to maintain our
form of government.
(4) To teach boy leaders to
make decisions In line with
reason.
(5) To instill In youth the
knowledge that American citi-
zenship Is the priceless posses-
sion of every American.
(6) To develop civic leader-
ship and interest In the study
of government.
Candidates for Boys' State at-
tendance are carefully screened,
the high school principal recom-
mending only those boys wiih
outstanding qualities in leade.--
ship, character, scholarship and
service..
The program is highly special-
ized and competitive, and Only
those with outstanding qualities
are capable of participating. Le-
gion Commander Hans P. Peder-
sen said today.
Boys must have Just completed
their junior year in high school.
Red Chinese Paper
| Complains Too Few
Purge Executions
HONG KONG, April 5 (UP)
I The official Communist Party
organ Peiplng People's Daily
News called editorially today for
more executions throughout Chi-
na In order to suppress counter-
revolution.
I The editorial criticized com-
rades who feel squeamish about
the ruthless suppression or think
the purge is going too far.
I It said spies, agents and count-
er revolutionaries have infiltrat-
Public. Is Invited On
Summit Gardens Tour
A conducted tour of the Canal
Zone Experiment Gardens at
Summit will be held from 9 a.m.
to 11 a.m. Saturday, according to
information from the Grounds
Maintenance Division.
The public is invited to take
part in the tour.
ed into Government economic
and cultural agencies and "if wa
do not mobilize the masses and
smash these elements thorough-
ly the danger will be limitless.-
LJoang JLadtes
fashions
Lovely Dresses
by
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All Sizes
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ACOBYon
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY .
Written for NEA Servico
The most Important difference
between Samba (three-pack Ca-
nasta) and ordinary Canasta is
that In the three-pack game you
are allowed to meld sequences.
When a sequence consists f sev-
en cards In a row In the same
suit (without anv wild cards), it
Is called a "samba."
If you think the word samba
means a dance, wait until you
play this card game. If you man-
age to complete a samba, you get
a bonus of 1500 points and if
you're too polite to get up and
dance for Joy, at least you feel
like doing so.
My friend and favorite part-
ner. John R. Crawford, has just
written a book on this exciting
new game. He explains some of
the important differences be-
tween Samba and Canasta as
follows:
Sequences: You may meld a se-
quence in Samba: three or more
cards in a row and in the same
suit. The cards rank for sequen- j
ees as follows:
A (highesti -K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-
6-5-4 (lowest).
No wild card ,may ever be used
in sequence. A seven-card se-
quence Is a sequence-canasta or.
samba, and is worth a bonus of
1500 points. No card can ever be
added to a completed sequence
canasta.
You may never take the dis-
card pile to match a sequence
that Is still in your hand. If you
have a sequence meld (not yet a
seven-card sequence i on the ta-
ble, you may take an unfrozen
pile If the top card fits immedi-
ately to either end of that se-
quence meld.
Wild Cards: No more than two
wild cards may be used in anv
meld: and no wild card at all
may be used In a sequence me!d.
This means that you need five
natural cards as a base for an
ordinary canasta. (In Canasta
you may use uu to three wild
cards in a meld; and you need
only four natural cards as a
base.)
You may never add a wild card
to a completed canasta, even
though that canasta may con-
tain fewer than two wild cards.
However, you may add as many'
natural cards as you like to a
closed canasta (although this
mltfht be a poor play.
Double Melds: In Samba you're
allowed to have more than one
meld in the same rank. For ex-'
ample, your partnership may put
down:
K-K-2 and K-K-K
as separate melds. You may even
have two separate canastas In
the same rank. In the Samba
deck there are twelve of each
rank (twelve aces, twelve kings,
twelve queens, and so om and it
Is therefore possible to use five
for a canasta and still have
enough left over for another ca-
nasta.
(In Canasta you are not allow-
ed to make more than one meld
in the same rank.)
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-A
THURSDAY. APRIL S. 1W1
by
JOE WILLIAMS
First Round Pairings Set In Best Ball Play
the books handled in the past.
P. W. G. A. Handicap Tournament Qualifying
* ....*. ~* *_,__ et*jdi Round Scheduled For Saturday At Fort Davis
This Saturday. Apr. 7, the mem-
bers of the Panama "nmfe"!
Golf Association will tee oil at
the Fort Daris Golf CMfaM*
qualifying round of the rwu s
third annual handicap cham-
pionship. There is no set time for
the qualifying round, but an
scores must be turned in some
time durinc the day".
In addition to the Champion-
ship Flight there will be I
and Include a strikingly moaerii .* mcidentally. wl 1 make
$1,500.000. (Where the money came from., -There ie too many
fascinating story when ii can be told.. inere a serlouS-, snip rug. m
distractions We." Biiggs cont*nd. It no piact io Lakeland, f f,u jftne number of entrants
minded ball club to train. The Tigers training can v, wtrrt ., Something new and
is many miles inland. ... different this year has been add-
____, aiatraotinna Not all of them ed Consolation Flights for the
The Miami* offers a numbe of^distractions. Not^mii of a ^^ ,
: come under the head of good lean fun. A large f ^ ^ d runner-up
; the hoodlum aristocracy mlers.n Hn-a J ihenise ^ three days'play te guaranteed
professional bookies. They requenii '" exhibition games, everybody. .
I BlS m'VtJSm^SR SJtft."--. was especially 1 C.o.crs w. en.o.y their hand,-
raps Hitnii-'f ** -*"-
nament three-fourth difference
sallowed and anything can hap-
pen when the strokes begrn to
fall The low handicappers I
Action on ?Sn&*fi^~J 'SjES JBff_5_jS tOUr-
feei^,tSri[IL*fiS^fietUSitoUnta Seriously. ,ie..t three-fourth., difference
: Least of "all by the park police. < >
Wherever you And hdlu f ^-e ff.W?ffl|a^Mfi5SpBa
medium at hand, the FospecU f 'Vstreet to see Brooklyn PWGA Handicap champ. Mrv
ras.'sa if "B B'^r.r P^s *?. _
i ;t ii in **- - --- -- _
a friendly game on their hands
come the first round of matches.
Entries may be called into Mrs.
Bea Tyrell. tournament chair-
man. 2-1343, or Just step up on
the first tee on Saturday. Mem-
bers are reminded that no entry
fee is being charged.
Crack Field
Starts Today
In 'Masters'
The Duke '"^^SLa.s'at^e more prolonged stopovers.
quarters "^v there w much gossipy chitchat among the
Needless to say there was mut u s "tn mUe fe |ow. who
dames on the train when they lfj tne i ^ ^^
K3_ws5 im fear*
Loop Starts 17th
Consecutive Season
Colonel Selee. Civil Affairs Bu-
reau Director, slashed a stinging
a roisDiur, "TORY__Framed in his magic arm as he demon-
A. 95l?, V ins the ball Mrs. Kay Maglie casts an admiring
York Giant teammate Jim Hearns Z.49. mt^.)
along..."I knew It wouldn t """"*;" ""You guessed she reau Director, slashed a stinging
. with venomous satisfaction. 1 just knew it u ma,teds single Over second In the Inau-
wh one of the millions who ^e*^S{LXw words had .Rural ceremonies that preceded
and rye old-fashioneds the Jay 'he little fellow w B n ^ ,,M on
sounded so movingly romantic over the wireless ...* ^ ^ 17.year.old j_ Boca Men s
for the woman I love
of the 17-vear-old La Boca Men s
Softball League. Dr. Lawrence
,. _-"___ in the press box at the Johnson. Superintendent c
Wh the Promise "This boy will keep you in business for at
l,.t ,.:..e more years." m m
Robinson Meets Holly Mims
In Non-Title Bout Tonight
RblnLn entmrPs the rln* tonight | Los Angeles. Featherwe ght king-
for the first time since taking pin Sandy Saddler scored nis
SJS-ioun- tie from Jake; fe^noegut ta m p.flghts
The former welterweight king man in the fifth round of a non-
will meet Young Holly Mims in
a non-title bout at Miami. The
to have in Korea than how Durocher and the Giants will do in
the National League.___________________--------------------
Army Sports
Schools, hurled the ill fated
pitch, while Robert Llkins, Su-
pervising Teacher, Physical Edu-
cation, performed the short-liv-
ed catching chores.
As soon as the Inaugural cere-
monies were ended, the Spur Co-
la lad*, defending champions,
caught up with and administered
a thick. 6-0, coat of whitewash
on Cervecera Nacional, former-
ly Agencia McBarnette.
The winning hurler of Mon-
day's opener was Lewis Sims,
southpaw, who limited Cervece-
ra Nacional to four hits. The los-
ing pitcher was Levl innias, who
relinquished In the fifth In favor
of C. Blackwood.
Tuesday, before an overflow
crowd the powerful Panam Ra-
; dlo Corporation of Gamboa
; blasted out 13 hits In defeating
ptica Sosa who could muster
l but four hits off the pitches of
[Bertie Williams, the winning
| pitcher. The losing pitcher was
i O. La8hley. _
Today Mueblera Ideal. 1
title bout.
Saddler was acneduled to fly |
promoters aie billing tne ngai. tn Npw York today. His manager
as the first step for Robinson, o- ^*]"f0^m^.aya there
wVroV^aTt^ Bfhea yl | 2%g^y|uK
pe'nf RobinesonBheafraerrnhdaaPte V height
with LaMotta. Sugar Ray says he
also wants to meet Rockv Grazi-
ano and the winner of the Joey
Maxim-Bob Satterfield fight
Maxim is light heavyweight
champ. _
In Cleveland, Promoter Tom
Stanley has other plans for Rob-
inson. Stanley is trying to match
Robinson with either Ray Barnes
or Tommy Yarosz on Apr. 19.
Robinson was to have fought
Harold Green on that da^e. but
the Cleveland Boxing Commis-
sion ruled Green unable to fight.
Stanley says if he can't get
either Barnes or Yarosz he'll ^try
to persuade the International
Boxing Club to let Kid Gaviln
meet some suitable opponent on
the Apr. 19 card^______________
La Boca Sports
Ike Williams.
AUGUSTA, Ga.. Apr. 5 <
The "Who's Who" of the golfing
social register are gathered In
Augusta. Georgia, for the wind-
up of the winter circuit.
A crack fieldincluding three-
time winner Jimmy Demaret of
OJai. Californiala aet to tee off
today in the 15th annual Mas-
ters Golf Tournament. Also on
hand are Horton 8mlth who has
plaved in every Masters. Sammy
Snead, the leading money win-
ner of last year, and Byron Nel-
son, who makes the Masters one
of his infreauent tournaments
gince retiring.
Demaret. who won last year,
and Hogan are light favorites.
Jlmmv leans toward Hogan as
the winner on Sunday night.
"My choice is Hogan. who has|
won every other major tourna-
ment In this country and sure
deserves this one." says Demaret.
"Ben is well rested and plavlns
exceedingly well. I played with
him Tuesday and he wti really
sharp."
Hogan's estimated score over
the Augusta National Course was
a four-under-par 68.
"I hit orne awful good shots
and some that were not too
good." is Hogan's brief comment
on the round. _
Nelson, who has won the Mas-
ters twice, a'so shot a practice
round of 68 Tuesday.
The Masters has been a dra-
ma-packed tournament down
through the years. Last year Jim
Ferrier led by five strokes with
only six holes to go. Ferrier blew
dp, went five over par for the
last half dozen holes and Dem-
aret won first place money. In
1935. Cralg Wood was in the
clubhouse taking bows as the
winner when the roof fell in.
Gene Sarazen. three down with
four holes to go, ihot a double-
eagle on the 15th. Sarazen went
on to tie Wood and win by five
strokes in a 36-hole playoff.
Claude Harmon and Raloh Gui-
de hi hold the Masters record of
279.
Mitten-Shannon To Oppose
MacMurray-DeLa Guardia
^Ka^^ft-. with .tartlng t_M. for
*th Satray and Sunday but in tht .event pUytn^can-
not make it according to achedale they can '"ranf
time, with their opponent.. For an .__*.'"-
ment Chairman Gene Bochetedler mint ke ontacted.
Feature matchT of the weekend pit the medalUt duo Do
Mitterrand Man Shannon, again,t ^'"i Chmgjne John-
ny MacMurray and Jaime de la Guardia. Thia tartar will get
under way at 9:30 Sunday.
The pairings:
8:30 a.m.-
8:40 a.m.
8:50 a.m.
9:00 a.m.-
9:10 a.m.-
9:20 a.m.-
9:30 a.m.
9:40 am.
9:50 a.m.
10:00 a.m.-
10:10 a.m.
10:20 a.m.
SATURDAY
-Boram-Lombrola vs. DeLuca-HolU.
-Lawson-Prlngle vs. Nuasbaum-Forreit
-Graham-8mith vs. Muller-Hinkle.
-Riley-Trim vs. Halligan-Barr.
-Thompson-Hochstedler vs. Bubb-Lally.
-Judson-Trim Sr. vs. Bishop-Wichman.
-Kulikowski-Wood vs. Dehllnger-Hunslcker.
-Robingon-Lebrun vs. Engelke-Cooper.
-Colllns-Getman vs. Pllliod-Gerhardt.
-Huff-DeaLondes vs. Gove-Vye.
-C. L. Smith-Anderaon vs. Hammond-Hinklt.
-Wlnberg-Wilburn vs. Youngblood-Boettcher.
SUNDAY
1:40 a.m.Mahone-Harlty va. Reed-Olaon. .
8:50 a.m.-F. Humbert-Juan de la Guardia v. Kigke-McKJn-
9:00 a.m.Ernesto & Joaqun de la Guardia va. Saarlnen-
9 10 a.m.C.Ude*lT'ou*rdia-G. de la Guardia vs. McCaufhty-
Halley. .
9 20 am.Gerrans-Spaln vg. May-Bingnam. _
9:30 a-mi-MItlen-Shannon v.. J. MacMurray-Jalme de la
9 40 g m C UMacMurray-BUl Uchmltt vg. Medlnger-Corsait.
9 50 a.m.Lewter-Moran v. Oalindo-Chandeck.
10 00 a m Rodrtguez-Heurtematte vg. Tettenbum-CourvUlt.
10:10 a.m.Keenan-Taylor '^one*:L*1l1'r,- Hm
10:20 aim -Arnold-Barry vg. Tobe Ely-Pearl -
10:30 a.m.Ollckenhaug-Ollckenhaus vg. Danielg-gearg.
On The Alleys...
CURUNDU MENS OPEN BOWLING LEAGUE
SKI fiUS,f&: S I S TAhneBMPsMs^ f^'runs in .
Exhibition
Results
BY UNITED PRESS
Orlando, Florida
Cincl. 003 000 0CO--S
Wash. (A l 000 000 0000
Ken Raffensberger and
nr Yacosz he'll ,trv Scheffing; Bob Kuzava. Conrado
the, InternatioWl! Marrero (8, and Mickey Grasso.
LPKuzava.
Bob
pany
20th Ml ltary Police uom- i iix. i..r f"tX'a ; ,- ,.
team softball champions; he second Inning one in the
of the Atlantic Sector since 1948
.demolished the gallant but out-
gunned 60th Army Band by a
;; score of 11 to 0 at a game played
'..yesterday afternoon, Apr. 3, at
the softball diamond opposite
"Sector Headouarters.
. Winning pitcher was SFC Ma-
nuel Moreno who had little diffi-
culty pitching a no-hitter, strik-
ing out four men. and walking
none; losing pitcher was Cpl.
.Carlos M. Lozada who was re-
thlrd. three in the fifth, and two ;
in the sixth.
This season the softball league
is a double elimination affair
with only three teams entered--
the MPs. the Band, and the.US-
ARCARIB School. Winner of the
60 Greyhounds Die
In Florida Blaze
SARASOTA. Fla., April 5 UP'
Fire destroyed more than 60
nn^nmo "T*lwl -~- i racint greyhounds at the Sara-
Me WU,srRPcrARemt^Pa8nata;rsaoUKefnnel Cub here Tuesday.
in the USARCARIB Panama,
Area' Softball Tourney which
will commence on or about Apr.
16.
The sheriff's office ordered an
immediate investigation to de-
termine the cause of the blaze
that razed four kennels. A simil-
ar fire last year destroyed some
30 racing dogs.
Jerry Collins, track general
manager, estimated the loss to-
taled $82.000. including $32.000
worth of racing dogs. He said the
four kennels were believed to
have been occupied by a total of
80 greyhounds, of which only 16
were rescued.
Dogs lost in the blaze were
owned bv John Groves. E. M. Mil-
ler and the Huron Kennels. The
track plans to hold a benefit pro-
gram for them soon.
Fanned by a high wind, the
flames spread from one kennel
tu three others consuming the
buildings in a matter of minutes
Intense heat prevented kennel
attendants from rescuing the
stricken grevhounds.
There are 500 greyhounds quar-
tered at the track. Collins said
the track's meeting would not be
Interrupted by the tragedy.
SENIOR SOFTBALL Fred
Morgan's Alumni debuted in the
1951 season of the La Boca Men's
Senior Softball League with a
smashing 15-1 victory over Cleve-
land Roberts' Philippine Rattan-
Reliance Insurance outfit.
The high school grads pushed
over two markers in the opening
frame, found the range for six
tallies in the second inning, fol-
lowed up with four runs in the
fifth, and romped home with
three markers in the sixth.
Blanked for three innings, the
Rattan boys finally crossed the
plate in the fourth for their only
tallv of the game.
The winning pitcher was Ken-
neth Collins who yielded four
hits. The losing pitcher was T.
Archer. The Alumni lads smack
ed out fifteen hits of whlo__
Brathwaite had 3 in 4. Manager
Morgan 3 in 5. and Joy Leslie 3
in 5.
(10 Innings)
Chi. (A) 021 022 011 19 12 1 I
Pitts. Ni 022 310 000 08 17 0
Dobson. Dorlsh and Masi, Er-
autt; Friend, risher, Walsh and
Fitzgerald. Long.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville.......... j}
Boston (A).......... "
Beaumont, Texas
(Eight-inning tie to allow
players to catch train.)
Boston Ni.......... 5
New York (Ni........ 5
Fight Dope
PHILADELPHIA. Apr. 5 (UP)
The International Boxing Club is
expected to announce shortly
that Ike Williams will defend his
liehlweight title against Jame.
Carter on May 11 in New York.
The Pennsylvania State Ath-
letic Commission say it learned
thU ve.terday from Frank Paler-
mo, Ike's manager. The commis-
sion say. Palermo also said that
II Williams beats Darter he will
defend against Art Aragn at Los
Angeles on June 19.
If Williams whips Aragn, he II
defend a third time in August
against Featherweight Kine San-
dy Saddler or Percy Bassett.
The bowling season 1950-41 terminated for this league when
the last games were bowled last week March M. The final stand-
ings of the league were as follows:
Games
Team Name Wae
AMMI-DENT ......... M
TROMMRR8 ......... *7
PABST .............. *
BUDWEI8ER ........ 41
BALBOA BEER ......
CANADA DRY ....... 38
VFW P08T No. 3822 .. 8
CARTA VIEJA ....... 34
1st Place
2nd Place
3rd Place
4th Place
5th Place
8th Place
7th Place
8th Place
Games
Lost
34
37
1
43
42
46
46
50
Total
Point
67
3
60
56
65
62
51
43
Team Prutes were won by the following teams:
Team High Game
w/bandicap
1. BUDWETflRK
2. VFW POST No. 3822
3. TROMMERS
Team High Series
w/handicap
1. PABST
2. BUDWEISER
3. TROMMERS
individual prises were distributed as follows:
High Average
w/handicap
1. Ornat 248
2. carpenter 2J8
3. Fealev w5
High Series
w/baadieap
1. Kennedy 614
3. vale 605
3. Hedtke 595
High Game
w/handicap
1. McCarragher 171
2. Harley l_
3. Harvey 17
Swiss Automobile
Grand Prix Sel For
May 27 Al Berne
ZURICH. Apr. 5 UP) Top
automobile racers from Argentl-
uan..-] n* France. Britain, Italy, Ger-
whlch : many. Austria and other cpun-
" tries have been invited to parti-
cipate in the Grand Prix of Swit-
zerland scheduled near Berne for
May 27. according to officials of
ALL CYO'the Swiss Motor Sports Associa-
tion.
The Grand Prix competition
MINOR SOFT----------
Trott ran Into Its first defeat of
the Minor Softball season when . [-ne urana rrix cumvmHwi
it bowed to St. Peter's 15 to 10. wyj be for the automobile racing
- victory of St. Peter's has I worid championships and will be
The victory of St. .
brought about a three-way tie
for second place among Deporti-
vo Fergus, Lesterlo Hill and St.
Peter's.
To Victor Newland went the
honor of being the first pitcher
to humble the CYO-Trott team
run over the 7,280 meters "Brem-
garten" course west of the Swiss
capital.
It Is open to cars of Formula
One ers without compressor and up
to 1.500 cubic centimeters for su-
io numoie me i/iu-inm 'm to l.sw cudic ccihuucwi iui u-
which has clinched first place percharged cars' and will be over
l,,,,,...... ;,, ti,n firct Half Th lrw- j(B)anKtt ,.f I^ 7(1 Ir i 1 rm tur.
(a/a fa/tlich
PANAMA
honors in the first half. The los-
ing pitcher was George Gustave.
HARNESS BALL
GOSHEN.N. Y.. (NEATrust-
ees of the Trotting Horse Mu-
seum will establish a Hall of
Fame in William H. Cane's Good
Time Stable in Orange Coun'.y,
N. Y.
a distance of 305.76 kilometers.
May 26 and In the morning of
Mai 27, the Grand Prix of Swit-
zerland for motorcyclesalso for
world championshipswill be
held over the same course.
The Automobile Grand Prix
carries cash prizes of 7.000, 5,000,
3,000 and 2,500 Swiss francs for
the winner and runners-up.
PACKARD 1951
We have a few 1951 PACKARD "200,"
fully equipped, available for immediate de-
livery in New York, or-in about 8 day in
the Canal Zone on a direct shipment.
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Every horse is not a thoroughbred tnd every ^hisky
does not come from Scodand. If you appreciate the finer
S of Ufc, taste the rich and mellow flavour of your
WhiS Horse whisky. From where else could it come but
Scodand-the home of Scotch whisky, where_Nature
and man have combined to P'oduce^the drmk of d ^
White Horse is a permanent member ot the best socui
and sporting clubs, a welcome guest at every, party,
dwelleV in every disaiminaung home. It should be
your first choice in whisky. Ask for it by name.
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pleasure to remember a joy to see agam
M DU^ors I COMPAAlA CYMHO* Sj*. COLON # PANAMA.------


THURSDAY. APRIL 5, H51
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pagi rm
racific J^ocLetu
ff/rt. J\$nnttk llnu'and
Bo, 96, &tU JJmfkn "D*t. 2/336
DR. AND MRS. RICARDO J. ALFARO LEAVING
FOR THE UNITED STATES AND SWITZERLAND
Dr. Ricarda J. Altara, former President of Panama, and
Mr*. Alfaro will ail Friday on the 88 Cristobal for New York.
On May 5 they will sail from New York on the He de France
and will to to Geneva, Switzerland, where Dr. Alfaro will at-
tend the moetina; of the United Nations' Committee on Inter-
national Law.
Before leayinf for Europe. Dr. and Mrs. Alfaro will visit
in Washington, D. C. with their two daughters and their hus-
bands and a son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weller,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabell Maddux, and Dr. and Mrs. Victor
Alfaro. Dr. Alfaro will also ro to Mexico City April 21 to at-
tend a meeting of the Academia de la Lengua.
Also sailing for New York on the same ship are Mrs. Mar-
ray M. Wise, wife of the Charge d'Affaires of the United
States Embassy in Panama, and Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel, wife
of the Acting Governor of The Panama Canal. Mrs. Wise is
(lng to New York for a short visit, and Mrs. Vogel will visit
er mother in Washington, D. C. for a week or two.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Entertaining at Dinner
The commandant of the Fif-
teenth Naval District and Mis.
Albert M. Bledsoe are entertain-
ing at dinner tonight at thr.lr
quarters on the Naval Reserva-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Kilbey
Entertaining Bridal Party
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kilbey are
(living a dessert party this eveni-
ng at their residence in Balboa
for their daughter, Miss Jolle
Ann Kilbey, and her fiance. Ron-
ald Seeley. who are to be married
Saturday evening at the Balboa
Union Church.
The party will precede the re-
hearsal of the wedding and other
guests will be: Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Seeley. parents of Mr. Seeley and
the members of the bridal party
who are: Miss Eileen Schnelde.-,
Mr. and Mrs. John D. May en,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones
and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Me-
lanaon.
last evening at their residence In
Bella Vista.
Mr. and Mrs. Prager
Arriving from California
Mr and Mrs. Lewis Prager of
Berkeley, California, are arriving
tomorrow by airplane for a short
visit with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome F. Prager. in Balboa.
On Saturday the Pragers will to
to Margarita lor a family reunion
and picnic at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest C. Cotton.
entertained a group of their
friends at a buffet supper Sun-
day evening at their residence In
Gamboa.
Supper Party
Honors Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Snecken-
berger gave a buffet supper Sun-
day at their home In Pedro .Mi-
guel, honoring his mother, Mrs.
Mollie Sneckenberger of Hagers-
town, Maryland^ who is their
house guest. Also present were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner and
their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Elroy and their son. Mr. and Mrs.
Tall and their son, Mr. and Mrs.
Proctor Duell. Miss Julia Shock-
ley and Mr. and Mrs. William
Brugge.
Guild Meeting
Tomorrow Morning
The Morning Guild of St.
Luke's Cathedral will meet to-
morrow at 9 a.m. at the home of
Mrs. J. B. Fields. 794-X Taver-
nllla Street, Balboa.
Dan Brocks Announce
Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brock of
New Orleans have announced the
birth on March 9, of a daughter,
Alice Tlmoxena. their second
child. Mr. Brock was formerly
TACA Airlines agent In Panama.
Mrs. Brock, nee Alice Jones, ws
a draftsman for the Department
Engineer.
Arias-Andreve Engagement
Announced In Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Juan Francisc o
Arias have announced thb en-
gagement of their daughter. Ana
Lucrecia, to Guillermo Andreve,
son of Mrs. Delia R. de Andreve
and the late Dr. Andreve.
The Rev. and Mrs. Smith
Visiting Relatives Here
The Rev. and Mrs. Jesse 8.
Smith arrived Saturday from
Chile for an extended visit with
their sons and their wives, Mr.
and Mrs. Maxwell T. Smith of
Balboa and Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Smith of Diablo Heights. The
Hev. and Mrs. Smith have lived
In Chile for 47 years and have
been Presbyterian missionaries
there for 45 years. After their
visit here they plan to make
their home In California.
At Cerro Azul
Lunching in a party at Cerro
Azul Tuesday were Col. and Mrs.
Harry D. Scheibla. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Kean Morris. Mrs. Ch: V Morgan and Mrs. W. L. Simp-
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Flynn
Hosts at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. John T Flyrn
niertalned informally at dlnr.er
Visitor Returning
to Cambridge
After a visit of four days with
his mother and sister. Mrs. Beu-
lah Newlln and Miss Betty New-
lin, in Balboa. Michael Newlln la
sailing tomorrow on the SS Cris-
tobal for New York. He will re-
turn to Cambridge. Massachu-
setts, where he is a graduate stu-
dent at Harvard University.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tate of Bal-
boa and their children, Loui*e
and David, are also sailing to-
morrow to spend three months
vacation at 8tate Park, South
Carolina.
Mrs. Lawford Sailing Friday
Mrs. F. K. Lawford and her
three children of Herrlck Heights
are sailing tomorrow on the SS
Cristobal to Join Colonel Lawford
for a vacation of three months in
Washington. DC. and Charlolt.-
vllle. Virginia. Colonel Lawford
left by airplane Sunday morning
because of the serious Illness of
his mother who resides In Cum-
berland, Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. Gramlich
Entertain Informally
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gramlich
Chief Of Staff
Appointment Goes
To Brig. Gen. March
Brigadier General Francis A.
March has been appointed Chief
of Staff. United States Army Ca-
ribbean, effective April 1. accord-
ing to Headquarters, U8ARCA-
HIB, Fort Amador.
General March has been Acting
Chief of Staff for this command
since hur arrival early this year.
Mrs. March accompanied by
their daughter, Joanna, Is expect-
ed to arrive on the Isthmus
Thursday aboard the USNfi
George W. Goethals" and will
reside at Quarters No. 21, Fort
Amador.
Repertoire Easily
Wins Experimental
NEW YORK. Apr. 5 (UP)The
Kentucky Derby hopeful of Mrs.
Nora Mlkell Repertoireturned
on the heat in the stretch yes-
terday and won the Experimen-
tal Handicap Number One at Ja-
maica.
Jockey Pete McLean, who rode
Repertoire to a win In the Cherry
Blossom Stakes at Laurel less
than two weeks ago, had the colt
out In front by three lengths at
the wire. Pictus, running as a
field horse, finished second. Pur
Sang took show money.
The original field of 17 was cut
to 13 when Battlefield, the juve-
nile champion of 1950. Hit Back,
Black Douglas and Sickle's Im-
age were scratched. Trainer Bert
Mulholland says Battlefield was
withdrawn because of "the com-
bination of track conditions and
the oversized field."
The crowd of 25,000 made Lord
Putnam the favorite. Lord Put-
nam showed early speed but fad-
ed and finished 12th. Another
favoriteTo Marketwound up
11th.
Repertoire covered the six fur-
longs In 1:11-2/5. The third
choice, he paid $13.30, $7.30, and
$5.30.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
RODGERS. John Milton. Jr., 24,
of Rodmaa, formerly of Glouces-
ter, Mass.. to ANDREWS Caro-
line Dorothy, 21, of Olouoester.
WEB6TER, Alexander Wesley,
38, of Gamboa, to GODOY, Ber-
nardina. 32, of Panam .
PULIZZI, Vito, 22, of Rodman,
formerly of Chicago. 111. to GAI-
TAN, Teresa, 21. of Panam City.
Births
LIZARDI, PFC and Mrs. Ra-
fael, son. Rafael, Jr., Mar. 29,
Clayton Hospital.
WEBB, Capt. and Mrs. Harold,
of Fort Amador, daughter, Susan
Anlce, Mar. 30, Clayton Hospital.
RIVERA, Sgt. and Mrs. Felipe,
of Fort Clayton, son, Benjamin,
Mar. 30, Clayton Hospital.
HAND, Lt. and Mrs. William, of
Port Kobbe, daughter, Anne Eli-
zabeth, Apr. 1, Clayton Hospital.
BIRDS EYE
PEACHES
Because in or out of on,
you enjoy a just-picked flavor!
f you add c/uHtn fryoui Amt/
DON'T DEPRIVE YOURSELF
OF THE PLEASURE Of= HAVING
LOVELY PURNlTUCE
Jfad4tt fcx onty 12* m*
CASH ? CREDIT ? CLUB PLA fsj
Gallant Males Rush To Aid
Co-eds 'Losing 50-C Coins
NO GONDOLAS The top of two cars are visible as the
Bronx River Parkway In New York makes like Venice after a
24-hour rainstorm lashed the Eastern U.S. Bronxvllle was hit
with two inches of rainfall.
Pan American Week
Starts Monday
in Zone Schools
Pan American Week, April 8th
through 14th, will be marked with
special observance In all Canal
Zone Schools.
The observances will empha-
size the alms and purposes of the
Organization of American Stats?,
which was originated In 1890 at
the First International Confer-
ence of American 8tates, and Is
now a regional agency within
the United Nations.
Uke Your Coffee
51R0N*?
Uke Your Coffee
MEQMtA?
some like miU) I
IHADTOCONFESS
All my family likes good food,
and when something Is espe-
cially tasty, they're unanimous
in their praise. Take the vege-
table soup that won their favor.
"Mmm, good!" they chorused. I
beamed, but I had to give credit
where credit was due. I told
them lt was Campbell's Vege-
table Soup. Father was amazed!
"To make this favorite soup
extra delicious, extra nourish-
ing," I said, "Campbell's oooks
mingle choice garden-fresh
vegetables, picked at the peak
of flavor, in a hearty, robust
beef stock! All I do Is add an
equal amount of water, heat
and serve."
Father winked: "Almost a meal
in itself!" he said.
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HOTEL PLAZA
InvIlM yoa. jeur family ,t frlenH. to paw a week end al the matt comforlable
llniri In ilu- Interior:
Beautiful view i errara
HOTEL PLAZA Santiago de Veraguas
Vuritee bj many American Fmnlliei.
Wide talon
Naaf, romiorlable Private Roemi
Baal Realaurant in Ian n
Air-Candltioned Bar
fiaa tullan n4th mechanic repair *ep
a Airplane trip* lo acquaint you v> ilh the Interior
Short trips at reasonable prices.
NIW YORK, Apr. 5 (UP)
Some 20 college girls found today
that It's harder to loae money In
Manhattan than lt is to spend lt.
The girls were among those
who volunteered to help the
Booker T. Washington Birthplace
Memorial "lose" a million 50-oent
pieces In subways, railroad sta-
tions and public phone booths
throughout the country.
Judging by the first day's work,
lt looks like the co-eds are going
to have a hard time. Too many
gallant gentlemeneager to aid
young damsels In distressInter-
fere with the girls' work. They
see a pretty girl drop a coin, lump
at the chance and rush to hand
It back to her. Some of the more
brash ones try to strike up an ac-
quaintance.
"Losing" the money Is the me-
morial's way of trying to raise at
least $1.500,000. The memorial
people, believing that most peo-
ple are honest, hopes most find-
ers of the 50-cent pieces will keep
the specially minted coins and
send in $1 to help the memorial
build new Industrial schools.
A reporter followed two pretty
New York City College girls who
spent about three hours doing
their best to lose the money.
Almost every time Lynn Stone
and Joan Warshaw left an envel-
ope anywhere, a man would come
running up, shouting, "Here,
Miss. You dropped something."
When told to open the envel-
ope, that there was SO cents In-
side, most males became suspi-
cious.
One returned an envelope, say-
ing, "Here, I don't want this.
There's 50 cents Inside." .
The 18-year-old girls dropped
a few enveloped coins around on
the marble floors of Grand Cen-
tral Station. For 10 minutes peo-
ple rushed by, kicking aside or
Ignorlne the envelopes.
Finally a mustached little man
picked one up. Seeing the ad-
dress, "To an honest person." he
looked about frantically.
He went over and conferred
with a station policeman. The
man was overtaken climbing a
flight of stepshe said he was
taking it to the lost and found de-
partment.
Another coin was rescued on
i 42nd Street Just as a sweep-up
, man swept lt into a pile of trash.
On Fifth Avenue. Just outside
, the Public National Bank & Trust
I Co., a guard peered suspiciously
; from the turret ofa parked ar-
mored car as Miss Stone laid an
envelope on the back step of the
I truck. The guard didn't ooen the
door. The truck drove off. send-
ing the envelope and the coin
! tumbling to the street.
. IMPARTIAL
COOKEVILLE. Tenn., (UP)
A woman reserved space for her
grave between the graves of her
two husbands. Her tombstone
reads: "Their Wife."
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Lovely Cottons
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Washable Shantungs
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lore Houn: I 30 am. to 12.SO p.m.
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RANCH STORE
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fHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY. APRIL I, 1M1
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell! ,
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS^
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
15 words
3* each additional
word.
Tor sale
Automobiles
LEWIS SERVICE
Na. 4 Tivoli At*.
Phone 2-22*1
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
Parque da Leuevs
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 fourth of July Avo.
rbono 2->4l
BOTICA CARLTON
1.05s Melaudei Avo.
rboa* ?S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No St Won III Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Mo. 47 "H" ret! huu
No. 12.1! Central Avo. Colea
US Cant Budge Britain
From Favoring Empire Trade
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "88."
"' A door sedon, Hydromalic. rodio,
undercoated. Like new.' 5623-D.
Diablo, Tel. 2-1889.___________
. .OR SALE:194 Nri '00" Tb-
dor Sedan, color green, four new
?roe, excellent mechanical con-
dilion. An A-l car, food a new!
"'--'Only $430.00 down and drive i
"war. Your FORD, MIRCUrY.
LINCOLN DIALIR C O L P A N
"" -MOTORS. Inc. Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1949, four
door Sedon. low mileage, duty paid.
Phone 3-1289. 3-1818. Cristobal
SQR SALE:1946 Dodge, 4-door Se-
an, "dan, radio, seat covers. Excellent
condition throughout. $975. Can
._. -be financed. Albrook 7233 or
' 3186.
..POR SAL: 1946 Chryslar Now
jV Yorker lardar sedan, calar trey,
""ftuid drlva, radia and lour brand
'. : new tires. Dollar lor dollar you
can't eet better buy! Only
$430.00 down. Your FORD MER-
-CURY. LINCOLN DEALER COL-
PAN MOTORS, Inc.Tel. 2-1033.
SOR SALE:1948 Plymouth, radio,
-""Tltoter, newly recapped tires. Sgt.
>-'.' iW. S. Pratt, Albrook. Phone 86-
"7257. ___^______________
IVOR SALE:1949 Ford, lour door,
six light gtay good Hras, an A-l
clean car only $395.00 down and
drive it away. COLPAN MOTORS,
l. Tel. 2-1033._____________
FOR SALE: 1940 Tudor Pontiac,
_ new battery, practically new tires,
good mechanical condition and ap-
pearance. Pr>;d for quick sale,
$350. Prior. 83-4295.
FOR SALE:1948 lulck Sadanatte
Super, color block, lour brand now
tiros, radio, outside real view mir-
lar. This cor is lika new on ex-
. callen! buy! Only $450.00 down.
Your FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS,
Inc. Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE:(942 Chevrolet Stake
,./rruck. I ton. duty paid. Apply
The Texos Company I Panama)
Inc. Tel. Panorna 2-0620.'
FOR SALE:1941 Kaiser, lour doer
Sedan, color gray, goad tires, we
are giving this car away only
$265.00 down and drive it away.
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel.
2-1033.
FOR SALE:Ford Coupe 1932, new
tires, clutch transmission, vey good
condition. Moke an offer. 2141-A
Curundu.
FOR SALE1947 Studebakar Cham-
pion, 4-door sedan, color dork blue,
lour brand new tiras, plastic seat
covers, radio. An A-l car! Only
$360.00 down. Your FORD. MER-
CURY. LINCOLN DEALER COL-
PAN MOTORS. Inc. Tal. 2-1033.
FOR SALE: 1946, I 4-door, Hudson
Sedan, leatfier, upholstery."5 b'rond
.new tires, excellent condition. Call
Balboa 1693 at noon or p.m. House
l'580-A.
FOR SALE 1948 Studebaker Land
Cruiser, excellent condition. 157-D
Pedro iV.guel. 87-4154, after 4:00,
Pnone 4-436.
FO> SALE:1941 DeSeto. lour door
sedon. color dark blue, lour brand
;Ww tires. A clean carl Came in
drive it and we know you'll take it!
Only $430.00 down. Your FORD,
"MERCURY, LINCOLN DEALER
COLPAN MOTORS, Int. Tel.
-1033.
.TOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet, 4-door
. "Sedon DeLuxe, seat covers and ra-
"fco. $1,550. 1412-B Balboa.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
ITS LESS COSTLY!
Rent A Cor
U Drive It
-too Panam leisurely as we do.
Just think!
For a lull 10 hours, touring 50 miles,
carrying several friends, il you want
to. only $9.64. Insurance includod.
We'll lurnish driving permit Iroe.
Coll Panama 2-1995. Garage Elias.
Legal Notice
United Stores ol Amerko
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District 04 The Canal Zone
olboa Division
In the Matter of the Fetale of
ESTHER A. BREA,
Doooeaod
N... B93 Probite
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOT1-V IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
Bersona ka vim any iliinu aialmt the
>,Ute of ESTHER A. SHEA, .tereaaed.
ore required to file lheir said rlaime.
auppoited by voucher and properly raj4>
fled, with the Clerk of the Uned S-.at.es
District Court for the Dletrlcl of the
Canal Zone. Balboa Division, a' Aneon,
Canal Zone, or with the Raeeuto,
I'H FRANt IP 8HKA. at Na s Ti-
voli Avenue. Aaeon, I'anal Zone, on or
before the 2ih day of July ltll, Of
they will be forever barred.
Aneon, Canal Zone.
Mairh 17. 1*41.
JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEA
atar.
FOR SALE
Household
Frigidaire 25 cycle, 2 year guarantee,
E Rad.o. 25-60 cycle, 7 bands,
miscelloneous. 7 I 1 -D Cocoli. Phone
4-220.
FOR SALE:New Columbia bicycles
$35.00. Westinghouse refrigerators
$25.00, Folding picnic stoves
$1.00. Mahogany dresser and bu-
reau $10.00. Many other surplus
items including electric motors.
Livingston, Tel. Coln 51 J Of
828-J. after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:7 ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator, excellent condition
throughout! 2\i year guotantee.
Fishing poles, fully equipped. Zenith
portoble radio. Folding coffee table.
Mahogany colfee table. Kitchen
stools. Two wag maple highchoirs,
just like new. Green porch shades
Three 54 in. Ivory window shades.
Floor lamp. Table lamp. Congoleum
rug. One 7 by 9 ft. Rug. Miscel-
laneous articles. 41-K. Gotun, Light-
house Road.
FOR SALE:Bargain! Furniture bed-
room set, modern ond in good con-
dition; also child's bed. 34 Street
Eost No. 7.
FOR SALE:I 25 cycle, 12 inch
oscillating fan, 3 speeds; 2 new
6 inch Dunlopillo rubber mat-
tresses; 1 play pen, aluminum ond
plastic, fold, easily portable. 579-G,
Curundu Hts. 83-5251.
FOR SALE:--Frgidare electric stove.
Small electric Wosher. Two tile
tobies. Various tools. Reasonoble.
Francisco de la Ossa No. 30, Apt.
12, Panama.
FOR SALE:Seors 25 cycle washing
mochine. Cheop. 1511-A Akee,
Bolboo.
FOR SALE:2 Single springs and
mottresses; I 9 Tube Zenith
Radio; 1 11 Tube Seors Radio;
I __ Bomboo Choir; 4 Chairs
ond Table; 2 Upholstered Chairs;
I Floor Lamp. PAD 3140,
O'Neill.
FOR SALE:Simmons Studio Couch
in good condition. 0310 Field Place
lCable Heights) Aneon, C. Z.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED 2 used cors. One old mo-
del, one new model. C. Z. Write
P. O. Box 1474 Aneon. Informa-
tion including price.
Small American family desires to rent
a decent two bedroom apartment or
small Chalet in residential neigh-
borhood. Responsibility ond good
care of property guoronteed. Advice
Tel. 2-2388. Business hours.
WANTED:Bachelor American re-
quires 2 room furnished apartment
preferable with bath hot water,
kitchenette ond refrigerator, in Be-
lla Vista Section. Call Gilchrist, "El
Ponami," room 727.
Help Wanted
MISCELLANEOUS
RESORTS
Do you hava a drinking problem?
Write Alcohlica Anonymoua
Box 2031 Aneon, C. Z.
For Memorial Doy. Reduced prices,
10% on oil heod stones in Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month.
No. 52 "B" Street Cosimiro Mo-
reno, Panorna. Tel. 2-2656.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneout
FOR SALE:High flota oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR SALE:Upright Piano, excellent
condition. Phone 4-565.
FOR SALE: Maple Boby bed and
new mattress $15 Stroller $7;
Toidey $9; Ploy swing $7. Just
from States. 25 cycle 16 inch fan
proctically new $25. 2153-B Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE:Ladies diamond ring I
carat platinum setting unusual cut.
Write "RING," Box 134, Panama.
FOR SALE:One Sioux volve refocing
machine, and battery charger. 4th
July Avenue No. 71 from 4 to 7
p.m.
WILLINGMYRE PERFUMES
2-dramt.
Select your favorite true flower odors.
TRIKKY, JASMINE. ORANGE
BLOSSOM, RED ROSE, GARDENIA,
NARCISO. ORIENTAL, FAUN.
SPRING FLOWERS. Sold at drug-
stores ond Toilet Counters. Popular
price.
Sidney E. Hyams, Piano Technician.
Box 3493, Aneon, C. Z.
FOR SALE:Nrge 25 cycle, 6 cu. ft.
refrigerator $50, excellent condi-
tion. 1938 Buick Special Sedan.
522-D Cocoli.
The Panam Canal offers for sale un-
der sealed bids, to be opened 10:30
a.m.. Apnl 18, 1951, one electric
corgo truck, one dough molding mo-
chine, one volve refocing machine,
one volve reseating machine, ond two
batteries for cargo truck, located at
Cristobal Storehouse, tolephona 3-
1265. Also for sale are 12 storoge
batteries for lift trucks, and one elec-
tric photo wringer, located ot Sec-
tion I, Balboa Storehouse, telephone
2-31 10. Bid forms may be obtained
from the above sources or from the
nffice of Superintendent of Storehouse,
Bolboa 2-2777.
FOR SALE:1946 model. 85 h.p.
Globe Swift Airplane plus equip-
ment 86 hours since overhauled,
licensed until March 1952. Aero-
matic, primory blind, always han-
gared, new condition, owner leav-
ing. Steal at $1200. Call 83-6210
or 2-3376 day or night.__________
FOR SALE:Books, fiction, technieol.
medical, etc. Were up to $10.00.
Now 25c. Lewis Service, Tivoli Ave.
No. 4.
LESSONS
Maid for cooking general housework
and laundry. Live in must speak
English. Coll after 5 p.m. 624-8
Cocoli 3rd ond Nlcobor.
WANTED: Experienced servont to
do laundry, cook and general house
cleaning. Sleep in when necessary.
English or Sponish speaking 0310
Field Place i Cable Heights' Aneon,
C. Z.
Wanted Position
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY. Bilingual
Steno and Correspondent. Box 81 8,
Aneon.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURl
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Divi.ion ol Balboa
Eleonor M. Buchanan.
va.
Verne F. Buchanan.
Plaintiff.
defendant
SUMMONS
(see No. 3SJ2
Civil Docket 1?
ArTIC N FOR DIVORCE
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required tu appeal
and anesser the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety day*
after the firat publication
In case of your failure to ao appear1
and onawer. judgment will be taken
Mrainat you by defoult for the relief de-
mended in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Joseph 1
Hancock. Judge. United Slatee District
Court for tho Dlatrirt of the (anal Eoae.
this tth day of February. 1951.
C. T. McCoraalck. Jr
( Clerk
(SEAL)
By Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Verne F, Buchanan
The foregoing summons ia served
upon you by publication pursuant to the
ardor of the Honorable Joseph J. Han-
rock, Judge. United States District
C*9ti ! r he llMlric of Ino Cm n / .n.
dated February 8. 1951 and entered and
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of ooid United States District
Court for the division of Balboa on
February I. 1961
C. T McCermick. Jr.
Clerk
By Sara de la Peoa
Chief Deputy Clerk
Leom to dance waltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tango, m a m b o ,
Charleston. Bolboa YMCA Tuesdoy.
Thursday, Saturday all day. Harnett
6 Dunn.
Instruction in voice placement, poise,
ond stage presence. Danny Cox
Studio. Call 273 6283 nights.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Completely furnished
concete block home in Santa Clora.
File bath File floors. Lot 100x200
ft. Electric 7 ft. ice box ond gas
stove. Will sleep 8 people. Come
up and see it over the weekend. A
buy at $3000. Frank G. Gute of
Cosino Sonta Clara.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Etox number 435, Balboa. Phone
Ponami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673. ________________
FOR RENT:Houses ON BEACH of
Sonta Claro. Also furnished house
at Cerro Campana. Phone Shropnel
Bolboa 2820 or see Caretaker.
Gramlich's Santa Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, <
frigerotion, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Chalet
$70.00 per month. Tel. Posey Bal-
boa 2698.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
6-roonv home, 3 air-conditioned
bedrooms. Phone Panami 3-0518
from 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
Chalet from May 15th to Sept.
15th. Rent very reasonable. 43rd
Street No. 54. Bello Visto.
FOR RENT:Furnished Chalet, La
Cresta, 5 Street No. 10. 3 bed-
rooms, 2 livingroom, kitchen, 2 sa-
nitary services, garage, laundry
room, maid's room with sanitary
service. Tel. 3-0778, Audisio.
FOR RENT
Apartment
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & Zubieta. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS for rent
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
oportments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Panami.
FOR RENTModern furnished apart-
ment in exclusive residential sec-
tion. Price $65.00, oil conveniences.
Poitilla road No. 121.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
livinqroom, diningroom. balcony.
Bella Vista No. 8, Colombia Street.
Apt. 5.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished opart-
ment including electric refrigerator,
good surroundings. All screened,
$55.00. 112 Vio Belisario Porros
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
living diningroom $60.00. 56 Ave.
Porras. Key Apartment 3. Phone
3-0841.
FOR RENT:Pleasant well furnished
independent 2 bedroom apartment,
lovely view, in residential section,
with all conveniences, including new
refrigerator, maid's independent
room, and bothroom, etc. Refer-
ences required. Call 3-1861.
PERSONALS
Dr. Wendehake. Medical Clinic, Doy
and Night service. Central Avenue
133. Phone Ponami City 2-3479.
LOST & FOUND
Reward. Lost, black ond tan -male
Cocker Spaniel, one year old, lost
seen 4 April. Call Major Steiner,
Fort Gulick 458 or 681.
FOR SALE:Adjoining lots in Las
Cumbres totoling 910 M2. plumb-
ing and electricity available. At-
tractive price Coll Panami 2-3387
after 6 p.m. Panami 3-0760.
Rugged Raymond!
This is the sr "t Rugged
Raymond,
A torn 'n tattered ill-clad lay-
man!
A F. A. Classified he did spy,
And sold his raft far riches
high!
Two Bound Over
To District Court
Preliminary hearing was waiv-
ed yesterday afternoon in Balboi
Magistrate's Court by two Ameri-
cans, one charged with purse-
snatching and the other with
Rrand larceny.
Waiving hearing were Ricaurte
de Leon, also known as Alberto
Oonzalez and Kenneth Lee Dou-
cet. 20-year-old Amador servlci-
man.
De Leon Is charged with hav-
ing snatched the purse of Jean N.
Smith last Monday morning near
the Aneon Masonic Temple. Dou-
ret is charged, with having stolen
S600 from Carol H. White of Ba"> -
boa. De Leon's ball was continutd
at $500 and Doucet was continued,
in the custody of his command-
ing officer pending their trial i.i
District Court.
*
THF. LfFEVtr CORP
Phone 1-SSU
LOTS TOR SAI.F
Down Payment SIM.
Monthly Payment SIS
I i its on Paved Street from SI 00
sq. Meter.
Por Rent: Heavy Equipment for
around level ins
We Rent Lota on Long Terma.
lot Cluka at S3 and J Weekly.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
SILIPHANE
A new and better water-
proofing by the makers of
. AQUELLA for protection
of masonry ana cement
paints. Clear and lnvis.
lble. Easy to apply with
brush or garden sprayer.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
29 Ave. Central
Tel. 3-0140
SLIPCOVERS
CuMnm
Ks tmales
Efl Pan 3-3151
7 p.m.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERTTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tivoli Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model I1IF Synchronised
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW D.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaia 5 de Mayo
Panam, R. P.
lUrVsBtK
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Joan Franco
Tel 3-1503
Passover Holiday,
Freedom Festival
To Be Celebrated
The Passover holiday, often
known as the "Festival of Free-
dom," celebrated by Jews
throughout the world, will be
ushered in with a traditional Se-
der held Friday. April 20 at ttv
Tivoli Hotel, at 8:30 p.m.. under
the auspices of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
As in previous years, members
of the Jewish faith of the Armed
Forces and their dependents will
be euests of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
Civilians who wish to attend
the Seder should make arrange-
ments for reservations by con-
tacting the U.S.p.-J.W.B. Armed
Forces Service Center, telephone
Balboa 1072, before Tuesday,
April 17.
The traditional Passover holi-
day which Is observed for eight
days, commemorates the deliver-
ance of the children of Israel led
by Moses, the great patriarch,
from their bondage In Egypt. Fpr
generation this flight for free-
dom has been symbolic of man's
quest for liberty.
Memoranda have been issued
by Headquarters U.S. Army Ca-
ribbean, Headquarters Caribbean
Air Command, and Headquarters
Fifteenth Naval District, author-
izing all unit commanders to as-
sist in making it possible for all
personnel of the Jewish faith to
attend the Passover services,
which will be held at the USO-
JWB Center in Balboa and. have
been scheduled as follows:
Saturday. April 21 at 9:00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
S'inday, April 22 at 8.00 a.m.
Thursday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Friday. April 27 at 9:00 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 28 at 9:00 a.m.
Memorial Service for the de-
parted will be recited during the
Saturday, April 28, morning serv-
ice.
Similar Pasover services are
being held under the auspices of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board wherever personnel of the
Armed Forces are stationed, both
In the United States and over-
seas.
ESS0 CONFERENCE
AT 'EL PANAMA'
(Continued from Page 1)
S. C. Hope, president of Esso
United States operations; and R.
H, Collette, Caribbean Marketing
Coordinator.
Well known to Isthmians are
five delegates who formerly lived
in Panam when they worked
with the Esso Standard Oil
i Central America) or its prede-
cessor, the West India OH Com-
pany; Don Duna way. now presi-
dent of Esso Standard Oil of Cu-
ba, formerly in Panam from
1938 to 1942; Cyrus T. Helm, now
Executive Director of Interna-
tional Petroleum Company, who
lived In Panam for many years
until his departure to Havana in
April 1942; H. W. Johnson, a res-
ident of Panam from 1937 to
July 1948, at which time he
transferred to Brazil as president
of the Esso company there; R. H.
Collette, here until 1942. and
presently In the New York of-
fices: and R. F. Caldwell, here
until 1938, now vice president and
general manager of Esso Stand-
ard Oil i Antilles) Trinidad.
Ill f synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CAMERA STORE
LobbyEl Panama Hotel
Phone 3-0199
Pfc. Pollock Dies
From Injuries
In Jeep Accident
Funeral arrangement for Pfc.
Joe B.. Pollack, who died Tues-
day in Clayton Hospital six days
after he was Injured in a Jeep
accident In the Gamboa tank
farm were not completed today
waiting word from the soldier's
mother In Corslcana, Texas. Pol-
lock, 21, was stationed with
Company C of the 33rd Infantry.
He was pinned under the Jeep
when it ran off an embankment
and over-turned last Wednesday
afternoon. Pollock received a
ruptured kidney and was treated
surgically at the Army hospital.
His condition at first was be-
lieved not serious.
By R. H. SHACKFORD
LONDON, Apr. 5 (UP) For
the fifth time in 10 years the
United States and Britain are in
sharp disagreement over a maj-
or aspect of the post war world-
international trade.
The deadlock, as in previous
cases, looks hopeless. That means
there will be no long-term trade
agreement signed between the
two countries as a result of a six-
month conference at Torquay,
England, and probably none be-
tween the United States and the
other Commonwealth countries.
The issue is an old, familiar
oneImperial preference.
Imperial preferences go back
to 1931 when the British Empire
countries at Ottawa agreed to
treat exchanges of goods among
themselves more favorably than
those from other countries. High-
er tariffs were placed on non-
Commonwealth goods. The Otta-
wa conference marked the end
of 80 years of British free trade.
It occurred In the depths of
the depression, and followed a
series of big boosts In tariffs on
foreign goods by the United
States.
Ever since then, the United
States has been trying to get
Britain to abandon Imperial pre-
ferences and abrogate the Otta-
wa agreements. The British have
stood steadfastly against such a
change.
The Torquay conference dead-
lock over Imperial oreference will
not prevent the signing later In
April of about 150 o t h e r trade
Srreements among the United
ations.
The history of the Anglo-
American battle over imperial
preferences Involves most of the
top people of the two countries
since 1941especially Franklin
D. Roosevelt and Winston Chur-
chill.
The first agreement occurred
at the Atlantic Charter confer-
ence in August 1941. Roosevelt
tried to Insert In the charter .a
phrase on trade which Churchill
said would have called Into ques-
tion the Ottawa agreements.
Churchill sharply reminded
Roosevelt then of the 80 years of
British free trade for which Brit-
ain got only "successive doses of
American protection."
The result was a compromise
article in the charter which
pledged signatories to Increase
trade and access to raw mate-
rials on equal terms but with the
qualifying phrase: "with due re-
spect to their existing obliga-
tions." That meant no meddling
with Ottawa imperial preferen-
ces.
The Issue came up even more
urgently during lend-lease nego-
tiations. The British were really
In difficulty and the Americans
succeeded In putting Into the An-
glo-American agreement what, is
now known as the famous Arti-
cle Seven. Among other thlrnr*.
lt pledged the two countries to
seek "elimination of all forms ot
discriminatory treatment In in-
ternational commerce."
To Americana that meant the
elimination of imperial prefer-
ence. To the British It meant o
move away from such discrimin-
atory practices, but not necessa-
rily to eliminate them.
The same Issue turnc,t_> again
during the negotiation cTlne An-
glo-American loan and in Mar-
shall Aid. But. after Torquay, Im-
perial preferences still prevail.
Opening the Torquay confer-
ence Harold Wilson. Labor Gov-
ernment President of the Board
of Trade, said: "We are prepared
to negotiate changes in tariffs, or
the preferences we enjoy." against
changes we consider as being of
at least equal value in the tarifis
of the country with which we
are negotiating.
"In other words we shall sell
these changes very dearly If at
all."
The British Conservative Party
is even more opposed to giving up
preferential Comm o n w e a 11 h
trade, though Churchill on ma-
ny occasions has said that for
; himself he would prefer a return
to free trade.
Army Will Call Up
1,500 Volunteer
Field Officers
Some 400 lieutenant colonel*
and 1,100 majors of the Organ-
ized Reserve and National Guard.'
are to be given a minimum of 30
days in which to settle their ci,
vllian affairs and report for mili-
tary duty. J
Many are expected to report
voluntarily before June 20, that'
latest date fixed. i
The 1,500 field of fleers are from,
infantry, armor, artillery, signal'1
corps, engineer corps and chem-
ical corps units.
No member of the Inactive Re-
serve and no Individual National:
Guard officer will be ordered to;
active military service under this,
program unless he volunteers, i
Of leers will be selected for ac-
tive service In the following prl*.
oribes: Priority I qualified vol-
unteers of the Organized Reserve,
corps an dof the National Guard,"
Priority II members of the Vol-
unteer Reserve.
Preference will be given to of-|
fleers who consent to be ordered
to active duty and who have,
served on active duty for at least
liz months in the grade now heltit
In the Reserve or National Guard,'
provided they meet the require-
ments by branch, grade and spe-
dally".
Oficers will be ordered into ac-
tive service for a period of 21;
consecutive months or such oth-
er period as may be authorized by,
law. unless sooner relieved. ;
The Army stated that officers
with four or more dependent
(wife, children or dependent par-:
ents) will not be ordered Into ac-'
tive service if they request ex|
emption because of hardship.
I
San Miguel Parish
Organizes Catholic
Boys Scout Troop
The Parish of San Miguel, un-'
der the supervision of the Rev.
Father Clavel and Bonifac-i'
Hassan, formerly an officer Iim
the Boy Scout organization. l*n
now organizing a Boys Scouts]
troop and invites all Catholia]
boys and youngmen Interested liu
joining the troop to contact Fa-'
ther Clavel or Mr. Hassan, at th
San Miguel church, for completa
Information, and applies, 11 o i
forms.
The first meeting of this grouj
will take place in the office ot
the Rev. Father Clavel in the Sar
Miguel church building the even-
ing of April 6th at 8:00 p.m.
The troop of Catholic Boyj
Scouts will provide an excellent!
opportunity for civic training;,!
the teaching of first aid, camp-4
lng. swimming, woodcraft, sig|
nailing and many other crafUy
and will also provide an oppar**
tunity to nartlcpate In gamea,
athletic meets and parades.
The cooperation of Cathoiio
men who are willing to assist !o>1
training and instructing the boyaj
of the troop and who would likty)
to become members of the Troop*
Committee in charge of the actij
vitles of the troop, under the pa-'
tronage of the San Miguel Par-
ish, are cordially welcome.
Gregg Twilight Class
Matriculation Under Way
Matriculation for the new cy-
cle of The Gregg Twilight Class
will continue this evening at 3 at
the classroom situated in the
basement of the La Boca Club-
house.
INSIW ON
ALTHAM
URST *MlBlfr\N W/.TCM
Hungarian Dancer
Appears Tomorrow
Prices have been reduced to $1
for the entire orchestra and etm-
pltheater and 50 cents in the gl--
lery for tomorrow night's final
recital of a series of performan-
ces at the National Theater by
the Hungarian dancer "Eliza-
beth."
There will be no recital Satur-
day, as originally announced.
The performance is under the
sponsorship of the Cultural Sec-
tion of the Ministry of Education.
Dr. Hans Janowitz Is the accom-
panist.
Group Meetings
RIO ABAJO INDUSTRIAL
GROUP
The Rio Abajo Industrial Group
will hold a special meeting on
Monday. April 9. at the residence
o L. A. Lindo. No. 150 Calle Es-
tudiante.
All members are asked to be
present. Time 7:30 p.m.
Catholic Chaplain
To Preach Sunday
At La Boca Church
Lt. Col. John J. Long. Catholic
Chaplain of Albrook Air Force
Base, will preach a special ser-
mon for the men at St. Therese's
church. La Boca, on Sunday, Apr.
8.
Beginning at 7:00 p.m.. all the
members of the Holy Name so-
cieties of all parishes, both civil-
ian and military, will form a orfa
cession from the parish hall ya
the church where they'll hear
Father Long. Immediately afttv
the sermon there'll be a "Recep-
tion Ceremony" for new mem-
bers. Vespers will be recited by
all the brothers present and will
be followed by Benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament.
The Catholic Chaplains and
Vlncentian Fathers along with
other dignitaries will be special
guests for the evening.
There'll be a "Smoker" beld in
the parish hall at which the new
officers will be Installed. The of-
ficers for the coming term are:
Bro. George E. Caesar. Presiden:;
Bro. Henry Gustave, Vice-pre.n-
dent; Bro Alfred Payne. Secre-
tary; Bro. Samuel Colboume,
Asst. Secretary; Rev. John A.
Doyle. CM.. Treasurer.
Mr. Henry L. Donovan. Service
Bureau Director, will be the spe
eial speaker at the "Smoker.
All Catholic men are invited to
the special services.
Colombian Colonel
Observes 'Realism'
In River Maneuver
Fifteen Colombian office:
who soon will be en route to Ko-
rea with their army's Volunteer
Battalion for United Nation,
forces added to their knowledpo
of military operations by parti-1
cipatlng in the last three days of
"Operation Chepo" which ended.1
yesterday.
The oficers, headed by their
battalion commander Lt. Colonel'
Jaime Polanio Puyo, arrived on
Monday by air from Bogota *uul'
were in the bush a few hours a-,
ter.
They came here as guests cf.
Major General Ray E. Porter,i
commanding general, USARCA-
RIB. who felt they might iinrT
the experience of the maneuver j
second phase useful when they
arrive In the Far East.
On their arrival at the Maneu-'
ver Director's headquarters, u.a'
visitors were briefed on the over-'
all problem of the maneuver.
Col. Polanla and his operation
officer. Major Luis El Leyva C.
and intelligence officer, Captain i
Alvaro Valencia T.. and othei
participated in a 2:30 a.m. crois-
Ing of the Pacora River. Th
crossing was made by a ford,'
since the only bridge in the vi-
cinity had been "destroyed" hy'
aggressor forces prior to a with-
drawal from the area.
"This certainly adds realism to,
the problem." Col. Polanla ex-,
claimed as he splashed his wav,
through the stream. ,
The Colombians will remain on
the Isthmus until Saturday.
SQUIRREL THIEF CAUGHT !
WARE. Mass. (UP) After
cookies had disappeared myster-
iously from her kitchen Jar, Mrs.
William Smith set a wire trap
and caught the thlif, a flying
qulrrej.


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Walter Winche
In New York
BEAU BROADWAY. JR. ...
The Plays: Last week's bib-and-tucker event was the
premiere of the Rodgeri Hammerstein 195- Mint, "The
King and I." The able-set crowned it with glittering
word-tiaras. There were many Tiffany adjectives for the
music, script and entertaining- by Gertrude Lawrence, Tul
Brynner and Doretta Morrow. Aisleman Dick Watts' gllt-
edfed tribute: "A rreat and resounding credit to Its dis-
tinguished authors and the American theatre." Long Live
The King and 1".. Pioneers beyond the Broadway horders
are discovering gold: The musical version of "A Tree
Grows in Brooklyn" Is a New Haven bonansa.. .Variety's
Wilmington (Del.) deputy embraced "Gramercy Ghost"
as a likely hit contender... Six of the 25 attractions on
Broadway are sellouts, but two dramas welcomed with
unanimous salutes (daring March) are not enjoying capa-
city ... Musicals have been the stars of the show season
and will continue to dominate the White Light night
scene: Spring will sprout 16 premieres11 of them song-
and-dancera.
Labor [News
Aim)
Comment
The Ctnemagicians; Doris Day's song selling in "The Lullaby
of Broadway" guarantees an entertainment bargain.. ."Ud Front"
proves Mauldln's famed GI cartoon characters are as Ingratiating
In greasepaint as In ink...A poignant Import named 'Angelo"
came from Italy. Its destination is your heart.. ."Soldiers Three"
(with Pldgeon and Niven) is a welcome how.. .A Britisher called
"Golden Salamander" gleams with a bewltcher oddly named
Anouk. She's anoukout... "Cause for Alarm" Is a shrlek-and-
shlver saga with Loretta Toung as the damsel In distress...
"Rawhide" is a superior Western with Ty Power taming the tough
hombres and Susan Hayward taming Ty.. "The Lion Hunters"
a Jungle-bungle with cliches swinging from tree W tree.
The Aristocrats: ABC's "This Is Our Heritage" ex-
plains what makes Tankee Doodle Dandy. Instead of the
familiar flag-waving hoopla. It offers an Intelligent
dramatisation of living concepts that made possible his-
tory's most blessed-event, the birth of the V. 8. A....
Judy Holliday and James Durante engaged in a sass-
swapper on "The Big Show." Vaudlences wrote their own
rave notices.....We have a flash for crime-bustin' reporters
via air newspaper dramas. Since Kafuver. their programs
are better farces than mellers. Tou simply ean't take seri-
ously the snarlers who bark: "Bertram Cannonyou are
a cad and gambler!".. "Inner Sanctum" continues frisk-
ing the spine for every tingle.. .The aria-Jugglers on "The
Volee of Finteas" are a tlp-topera.
By Victor Ritstl
If Frankie Costeo, the Mahat-
ma of the Mobs, get off hit
beach and heads across the
causeway into Miami, hell get a
preview of a crime combine
cracking under a clean sheriff.
It's Just a small crack, but wide
enough to look through and see
how police, if they want to, can
cripple a mob maneuver.
It goes back to the day, not
too long ago. when a Negro
[Laundry Workers' Union orga-
nizer was run out to the edge
of the hot, canal-criss-crossed
Bverg lades by some union
"brothers." These were a couple
of Northern hoods who thought
that the tropical town was a
soft touch tor their strong-arm
techniques on which they've
been earning an explosive buck,
in and around Detroit, since the
old Purple Gang days.
They had had some differ-
ences with the Negro lad
and settled it by pumping hi
neck and body with five bul-
lets and scattering part of his
skull over the hot dusty road
by heaving a rock at him. But,
miraculously, he lived.
And the new sheriff of Dade
County home of Miami got
busy by moving his own staff
Into action along with some pri-
vate probers.
The Sheriff, Thomas J. Kelly,
commander of a local American
Legion Post, Is not only a new
badge toter, but also new to po-
litics. He succeeded the old
sheriff, Jimmy Sullivan, because
the old sheriff had succeeded in
running a meager salary and a
$2500 bank account up to 164,000
or thereabouts in a few years.
The Senate Crime busters went
South to take a good look at Mr.
Sullivan, his Income and the lo-
cal gambling joints and
Brother Sullivan was Jerked out
of office by Oov. Warren..
So, when the bleeding Negro
union organizer was found, bare-
ly this aide of death, there was
a crusading sheriff in office
or at least one who promised to
crusade. They patched up the
The Red Herring
qtie WASHIHOTOH
, ' .a*or.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
8y DJtlW PIARSON
Draw Pearson says: Laxity of U.S. attorneys males Sen-
ate crime probe continuation desirable; Many U.S. At-
torneys become subservient to local political mach-
ines; In three cases U.S. attorneys refused to prose-
cute guilty persons.
no UB. District Attorney in any of the 48 states 1*
without the personal blessing of the leading Demo-
ator or Democratic political bou from that state. Aa
he District Attorney's office has become a matter of
Stairway U the Stars; Advance agents report that "The Long
Dark Hall" is wonderful gore-eography. This Is the Rex Harrlson-
Lllll Palmer murder story scripted bv Nunnally Johnson, one of
the top-fllghters.,. Broad way tipsters sav two youngsters sure to
score In new musicals are Dick Kallman. one of the "Seventeen" ,mlnn man wh,h w_.
leads, and Barbara Cook, who thefts the thrashing honors in "n" ma,"' Z*n"2l ,*"
"Plahooley." The cpl'm said In October she'd be a star at her first ?dvan," ? ^h. .
local bookingBlue Angel... Plays heckling Hollywood are as tne Northern boys had done a
common as dimes in subway turnstilesyet only 3 have clicked, scle -
says Variety. The last Movletown travesty click was 18 years ago,
"Boy Meets Girl".. ."The Moon Is Blue." which has a cast of 4,
has that many producers.. .The producers of "Make a Wish" (doc-
tor'd in Phllly) apparently didfor a new book. Preston Sturges
and Anita Loos tried. A third play-medico Is on ItAbe Burrows
...76 backers of "Kiss Me, Kate" split another 0,000 melon.
Their 26th dividend.
. The Press Box: The Question marksmanship that
bulls-eyed Sen. Tobey on "Meet the Press" was this stinger:
rS53L2?eKC*M9B Com,n"2 neglect to probe the States
represented by the committee's senators?".. Gadzooks!
Time mag is now swiping our new act: Its current issue
chides the N. Y. Times music critic for using a big wold
and then defines it. Welcome to the club, bub... We cabled
La Prensa's editor, whose great newspaper In Argentina
was crushed by Peron: "If coming to the U. S., you are In-
vited to use my entire radio tima"...Our Ambassador at
Montevideo (to where the editor fled) will let us know,
he says.. .Thanks to the many editors along the syndicate
who didn't syndicate the recent columns on crimeand
Ke them "a play" on page one.. .The problem in a nut-
II: Everybody dejlores professional gamblers, but no-
body stops wagering.
Love Letter: Thanks to U. 8. Senator Alexander Wiley of the
Kefauver Crime Committee, the column titled: "Mr. and Mrs
United States" (last weeki was Inserted into the Congressional
Record (the lath in a dozen weeks) with this preface: "Mr Wln-
chell, who fought Communism, cancer and crime long before It
became fashionable to do so. has written another of his hard-
hitting columns, punching straight from the shoulder. His re-
marks will, I believe, raise blood pressures, lift eyebrows but most
important, elevate the sights of a lot of people so that they can
see exactly what one very keen observer feels Is really involved
in the multi-billion dollar Rambling syndicate. Whether or not
one agrees entirely with Mr. Wlnchell (and there will be some
heated differences). I doubt very much that there wUl be manv
folks who do not respect his frank approach on this subject of
hypocrisy and gambling. I ask unanimous consent that the
column be reprinted In the Cong. Record."
this it row roeuM rut maoim own column
THE MAIL BOX
Tke Men tea is .. open Hntm fet reader* a The PmW ftmailun
Ierren tro reca*- frotervlr end re handles in hefty atenntr.
II fBB contribu. letter Son I ha Impatient N ft Saaen't appear the
nei day. Letteri are aufellshee' in Hie order received
Pleaie try to keep the Ierren limited te ene Base length.
Identity at letter writeri it hold in etrktdt confidence
Thh) nev/tpeper asternal no reipontrhillty lar trote menu ai oeinleno
aaiessed la letteri tram readers.
THE KIN DONT GRIPE
Mfcrch 22, 1951
The Editor
The Panama American
Panama R. P.
Sir:
I think the most disgraceful
and disgusting manifestation of
Irresponsibility and ingratitude -
If not ignorance, is the letters
that appear almost dally In v.mr
readers column. "The Mall Box'
from American (citizens?) em
goyed in the Canal Zone, desir-
g to shirk their responsibilities
in the payment of their Income
tax.
If they looked on the front pare
of any newspaper these days,
they would find reports of the
TOWLE
Sterling
(flJR PRJTLKH
SILVER Cl
ebb and flow of the tide of bat-
tle in the struggle of the TJ.N.
forces against Communist ag-
gression. The announced U.S.
casualties, representing notifica-
tion to the next of kin, have
reached a total of nearly 86.000,
including approximately 1.000
killed In action, over 36,000
wounded, many sustaining: loss
of limbs and/or otherwise per-
manently Incapacitated, wh'.'.e
others are reported missing in
action.
These figures represent a por-
tion of the hundreds of thousands
of Americans who are facing
death bn the battle fields so that
our way of life might continue.
We never read of their gripes In
"The Mail Box.' Nor do we read
of the gripes of their kinsfolk
who Also pay income taxes.
Many of the canal Zone em-
ployes who cry the loudest, are
better off in the Canal Zone than
they have ever been in their
lives If they were back in zb?
States, they would probably earn
less money and what is more,
whatever they earned, they wojld
have tc work for it. And still pay
taxes! Before writing about their
p.ripes to the editor of the "Msll
Box" on page 6 or 7. I suggest
that they pause awhile and read
page I and try to find out what Is
going on in the world. My Oodf
Kwitcherbeilakiay
And suddenly, the other day,
the special Investigators working
with Sheriff Tom, walked in on
an attorney named Herbert
Blume. counsel for the Florida
Linen Service, and told him how
the manager of his client com-
pany had escaped being dyna-
mited to death. As Blume got the
off-the-record story from the
sheriff's colleagues, it went this
way:
The goons over Miami, who
had wasted those five bullets
and the bloody boulder, had
planned to pin the murder rap
on LeRoy V. Ludwlg, the Linen
Service's manager.
This was going to be a straight
frame. In some way, the hoods
were going to plant evidence on
the manager far the assault on
the Negro union organizer whom
they had cut up In fear that he
would soon be talking too much.
The manager, they figured,
could be framed for he would
have had a motive since he had
been bucking the union's tough
organising drive.
Then, according to the in-
vestigators' report to Mr.
Blume, the company attorney,
the hoods planned to blow up
the manager's home. This
would wipe him out before he
had a chance to defend him-
self. Seat, ft? No movie script
writer, haunted by orders to
get up something for Hum-
phrey Bogart or Jimmie Cag-
ney, could do better. The plot
would take the heat off them
as they whipped around the
countryside under bail, seeking
alibis and legal advice. And it
would take care of the man
who had backed the operation.
All this the investigators said
they had on tape recordings and
stenographic transcript, which
they were willing to play and
read back to the company peo-
ple. By this time, Messrs. Blume
and LeRoy have probably heard
the grim stuff tor themselves.
And that's where the story
rests for the moment except for
the release of the organiser
from the hospital. He went
straight to the home of his dad,
where, as most Mlamlans now
know, the battered organiser
heard that his father, a min-
ister, had been offered 838,000
by "interested parties" to get the
hep organiser out of town.
The Negro Reverend spurned
the money. But his son left
town anyway. He took wing
on his father's prayer af-
ter six men tried to break tnto
the Minister's house that first
night the wounded man was
home. At first a three-man
squad tried and failed. Later
three more showed up, got
noisy and beat it. Organizer
Newbold wasn't waiting for a
third delegation. He left.
But the new sheriff is still
around. It's the goons who are
running now. Just little goons in
a'little racket who tried to ter-
rorise little people. But it shows
what has happened in one city
where the spotlight shone.
That's the news that's topical
from where it's tropical. The
goons are running faster than
the nags woold be.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
MINK COATS AND NATIONAL SURVIVAL
WASHINGTON. President Truman's recent
press conference statement, in which he came
out flat-footed against crime, reflected the
anguished concern of the Democratic Congres-
sional leaders. They are convinced that both
the Kefauver and Pulbright committee inves-
tigations have had a downright murderous po-
litical effect. Thus Truman's statement prais-
ing the work of the Kefauver committee was a
rather belated attempt to place the Truman ad-
ministration squarely on the side of the angels.
There was, on the other hand, no praise for
the work of the Pulbright committee. Certain
Democratic leaders had urged Truman to get
on the side of the angels here too, by adopting
Senator Fulbright's proposal as his own, and
appointing a distinguished commission with
wide investigative powers to examine the moral
standards of government.
The object would be to neutralize at least In
part the political effects of the Fulbrlght re-
velations of moral sleazlness in the Administra-
tion. These worry the Democratic leaders at
least as much as the Kefauver revelations of
the intimate connections between crime and the
big city Democratic machines. But Attorney
General McGrath opposed the commission Idea.
Truman himself heartily dislikes Senator Pul-
bright. And above all, Truman Is still obsessed
with the notion that his whole Administration
U as pure as the driven snow. Thus nothing
lo likely to come of the proposal, at least as
far as Truman is concerned.
Meanwhile, both investigations are likely to
go on and on and on in one form or an-
other. The Democratic leaders would of course
dearly like to bring the horrid ordeal to an end.
But the Republicans are not likely to vote to
end investigations which they are unanimously
convinced are crucifying the Democrats. And
Democrats, whatever the Congressional leader-
ship may wish, are far from eager to seem to
vote In favor of sin.
Thus, although Senator Kefauver himself will
no doubt bow out, some sort of crime investiga-
tion will be going on for months. As for the
Pulbright investigations, a Jurisdlctlonal battle
between two Senate committees, to decide which
one is to inherit Senator Fulbright's mantle, is
already in prospect. Senator Clyde Hoey. chair-
man of the subcommittee on Government Ex-
penditures, wants to carry on where Fulbright
left off. by investigating the defunct Maritime
Commission. So does 8enator Edwin Johnson,
chairman of the Commerce Committee.
This eagerness to take over is understandable,
because the Maritime commission has for a long
time exuded a rich and peculiar odor. Another
agency on the list of likely prospects Is the Ci-
vil Aeronautics Board. If only a fraction of the
rumors about political shenanigans in the C.A.B.
are true, this also should provide some very
fruity probing. In this case, however, the Re-
publicans may not be so eager for the fray,
since a number of Republican Senators have
been extraordinarily responsive to the desires of
Pan-American Airways, whose remarkable po-
litical influence would certainly come under
scrutiny.
At any rate, months of klieg-lrghted, head-
line-catching investigations are now apparently
-Inevitable. In many ways, this Is a welcome
prospect. The moral sleazlness which has been
attacking the American political fabric needs
holding up to the light. If President Truman
continues.to take the line that any man he has
ever appointed to office Is automatically the
soul of honor, he will be committing political
suicide, as his Congressional leaders are fully
aware.
Even so., these investigations, past and future,
should be viewed in their proper perspective.
The fact Is that the United States cannot be
destroyed either by criminals with big city ma*
chine connections or by influence peddlers with
friends In key agencies.
It seems to be a law of nature that a moral
blight descends on this country after all its big
wars. It is only necessary to look back to the
Grant and Harding administrations, after the
two other great wars which this country has
fought, to see that this is so. Indeed, what
has so far come to light seems all the more un-
appetizing because It has been by comparison
so petty and unimaginative. In any case, in the
end the country will survive Its gamblers and
Influence peddlers, Just as It survived its Albert
Falls and Jim Fisks and Boss Tweeds.
Yet the survival of the nation Is now never-
theless for the first time at stake. This Is the
fact which the klleg lights, the television, and
the atmosphere of high drama which has sur-
rounded the current investigations has served to
obscure. There is no question but that the
pleasurable excitement about gamblers and mink
coats has contributed heavily to the sudden
wave of complacency about the world crisis, of
which Defense Secretary Marshall recently com-
plained so bitterly. A spring and summer In
which the attention of the country continued
to be diverted from the problem posed by na-
tional survival to the problem posed by mink
coats In the White House could be the prelude
to disaster.
(Copyright. 1961, New York Berald Tribune Inc.)
Acheson's Aides
By Peter Edsoii
(Copyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON (NEA) The Secretary of
State is no longer one man. The office of the
secretary is more like a corporation. It is some
26 top drawer diplomats, each an alter ego for
the secretary in some special field.
Conduct of D. 8. foreign policy is no longer
a matter that can be carried around in one
man's head, the way Cordell Hull ran it. Nor
is it anything that can be settled by having the
boys drop into the secretary's office at 5 o'clock,
to talk things over informally. That's the way
Oov. James P. Byrnes ran it when he was secre-
tary, with Ben Cohen as his principal adviser.
And as for one man making all the decisions.
the way Oen. Marshall did when he was secre-
tary, that military simplicity and directness Is
gone, perhaps forever.
Recent appointment of William D. Pawley as
special assistant to the secretary, with the rank
of ambassador, called attention to the fact that
Secretary Dean Acheson now has nine such spe-
cial assistants. Each deals with specific prob-
lems which are considered full-time work for
one man.
This does not include a top-level group of
Derhaps six strategists, headed by John Foster
Dulles, who is now concentrating on the Japan-
ese peace problem.
It does not Include eight assistant secretaries,
each in charge of a soeclal geographical area.
or a soeclal province like congressional liaison,
which is the Job of Asst. Sec. Jack K McFall.
This whole administrative staff eeta general M.
nervlsion from Undersecretary James E. Webb.
former director of the Bureau of the Budget.
Mr. Webb is considered something of a genius
at organization. He has been a demon, at any
rate, in Bmnhasizing to everv State Department
official what his oarticular area of responsibil-
ity was. then seeing that he took care of It.
A nd Secretary Webb hes himself with his as-
sistant secretary for administration. Carl Hum-
melsine taken out of the secretary's lap all
responsibility for being "business manager" of
the vast State Department organization, with
Its 28,000 employes scattered all over the world.
For strictly political planning of International
affairs. Dr. H. Prank Matthews, deputy under-
secretary of state, is probably at the top of the
heap. He is a 28-vear veteran career diplomat.
With Undersecretary Webb and Paul Nltze, di-
rector of the policy planning staff, he sees Sec-
retary Acheson every morning at 9:30. Charles
Add BY PETER EDSON.......... Sotillo
E. (Chip) Bohlen will Join this group when he
returns to duty as counselor of the department.
This Is the top brain trust.
Twice a week the assistant secretaries come
In for conference. In this group are John D.
Hickerson. In charge of United Nations affairs;
Edward G. Miller, Jr.. American republics:
George W. Perkins. Europe; Dean Rusk, Far
East: George C. McGhee. Near East and Africa:
f, illard Thorpe, economic affairs: Edward W.
Barrett, public affairs. On practically the same
level Is Henry C. Byroade, In charge of Oerman
affairs, though he does not rank as an assistant
secretary.
Each of these assistant secretaries has a great
deal of authority and makes his own decisions,
subject only to review and general policy direc-
tion from the secretary. Time was when the
secretary used to call in the experts on the Chi-
na. German or other "desks." He seldom does
that any more, because he doesn't have the
time.
It Is the complexity of the lob. that has made
necessary the designation of soeclal assls'ants
to handle specific problems. Mr. Dulles' han-
dling of the Japanese question has been men-
tioned. In the same category Is Ambassador
Philip C. Jessup. who has been handling Na-
tional Securitv Council and other important af-
fairs. Republican Ex-Senator John Sherman
Cooper of Kentvrv has been consultant on
United Nations affairs.
WASHINGTON.There are more reasons than meet the eye
why the Kefauver crime probe should be Indefinitely continued.
One of them is the general lethargy of UB. attorneys.
This lethargy is partly due to the system under which VS.
attorneys are appointeda system which has developed without
the blessing of the Constitution and which the average layman
does not realize exists.
Today no UA District Attorney in any of the 48 states ia
appointed with"-
cratlc senator
a result the District Attorney',, .
patronage part of the political machine which helps pave the
way for re-election.
Naturally the Senator who appoints, later influences. And]
the man who Influences a District Attorney with his power of
prosecution or forgiveness, the power of Jail or freedom, in tome
cases the power of life or death, U a powerful person himself.
That Is why Senators fight for the self-acquired right te
name UB. District Attorneys. They are not given this right un-
der the Constitution, but they are given the right to confirm
District Attorneys; and they have used the power of confirma-
tion in such a way as to hamstring the Justice Department if it
appoints a District Attorney or a Judge not acceptable to the
Interested Senator.
FDR TANGLED
Roosevelt had the courage to tangle with the Senate and
appoint District Attorneys on the basis of ability not politics.
But not Truman. Truman has had courage in regard to some
Judges and has bucked the Senate on the appointment of a few
,u?,ge.8~;a, m low* wltn Carroll Swltzer; and as in Georgia with,
Nell Andrewsboth opposed by Senators Gillette and Russell of
these respective states.
In regard to District Attorneys, however, Truman startedMart.
tlr.g the pattern the same week he became President by bou&eln*j
the U.S. Attorney In Kansas City who had Jailed Boss Pender-
gast, Maurice Mllllganan attorney whom he. as Senator.; had
vigorously opposed, even held up his confirmation. And having
b.ocked the confirmation of Mllllgan In Kansas City, he has sines
permitted Senators virtually to name the UB. Attorneys in their
states.
This means that local law enforcement as far as Federal
law U concerned Is left largely up to the local political maehlns
sef up by the Democratic Senators, Governors or political bosses
ot each state. That Is why many Senators opposed creation of the-
Kefauver crime committee in the first place. That is also why
Kefauver's resolution was held up in the Senate for four month
last winter and did not pass until after I personally urged Sen.
Scott Lucas, then majority leader of the senate, that It would
put him In a bad light if he did not give it the green light. .
Lucas, I understand, has since regretted that decision-and
attributes his defeat to untimely and unfair disclosures of the
Kefauver committee In Chicago. Personally, I was sorry about
Lucas' defeat because I regarded him as an able and conscienti-
ous Senator. However, both in war and in'Politics, casualties are
inevitable In attaining major objectives.
PEARSON NAMES CASES
There are many fine U.S. Attorneys who do bang-up Jobs.
Many, however, take their cues from political leaders, also many
become lethargic, forget that It Is their job to crusade against
crime. Here are a few examples:
In Maryland, last year alert Treasury agents had caught Earl
Sheriff, former Sheriff of Prince Georges County, right under
the shadow of the Capitol, taking protection money from the
local gambling fraternity. The Treasury asked for Income-tax
prosecution, the Justice Department concurred and the case waa
sent to UB. Attorney Bernard Flynn in Baltimore.
However, Flynn did not prosecute. He Informed Washington
that the case lacked sufficient evidence. In this instance, there
was no indication that Flynn was taking a cue from either of
the Maryland Senators, though the local gamblers have been tied
up with part of the local Maryland machine. But for reasons best
known to hlmselt Flynn sent the case back to the Justice De-
partment.
Later this column published the facts regarding Earl Sheriff,
following which he confessed to taking protection money. He
pled guilty and no trial was necessary.
A similar case occurred In Alabama, where Sam Rlpps and
Joe Mitchell had made a small fortune selling jewelry to Array
PX's but ducked paying Income taxes on It. Hard-working Treas-
ury agents caught them, recommended prosecution, and the'
Justice Department, concurring, sent the case on to John Hill,
the UB. Attorney In Birmingham. Ala.
However, Rlpps and Mitchell hired Ben Leader, former law
partner of the U.S. Attorney, and U.S. Attorney Hill eventually
sent the case back to Washington marked "No Prosecution.'*
There It sat until this writer dug out the full facts and pub-
lished them.
Whereupon the Justice Department reopened the case, went
over the head of the U.S. Attorney in Birmingham to the UB.
Attorney in Mobile. Rlpps and Mitchell then went to Jail.
RIGHT UNDER D.A.'S NOSE
Another case occurred closer to homeright under the Jus-
tice Department's nose. It Involved an Important member of the
Washington police force, Lt. Joseph Shimon, who was attached to
the staff of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia.
Morris Fay.
In September 1949 an official police report charged that
Lieutenant Shimon had tapped the wires of Howard Hughes, head
of Trans-World Airlines with the wire-tapping expenses paid by
Sen. Owen Brewster of Maine. The police report also showed that
Shimon had broken Into a bedroom occupied by the Argen/lne
ambassador. In neither case was Shimon acting as a policeman.
He was merely making some extra money doing private detective
work on the side. "
Furthermore, Shimon had done this while working for UB.
Attorney Fay, right under Mr. Fay's nose.
The official police report on these transgressions of thej law
went both to the Justice Department and to Mr. Fay In Septem.
ber, 1049. There the report proceeded to gather dust. The Jus-
tice Department had Indicated high moral Indignation regarding
wire-tapping In the Amerasia case, but appeared quite content
to ignore Infringement of the wire-tapping law in the can of
the policeman friend of the UB. Attorney.
Finally when this column published the facts, UB. Attorney
Fay "belatedly called a grand Jury which proceeded to cross-ex-
amine Lieutenant Shimon. But he did not call the grand jury
until Just before the statute of limitations was about to expire
and the unfinished case was left for a Senate committee to pur-
sue further.
That Is one reason why Senate committees are sometimes so
necessary to hold a whip hand over the executive branch of the
Government. That is also why U.S. Attorneys and local law-en-
forcement agents will be a lot more alert If the Senate crime
committee continues.
(Copyright. 19.11. by the Bell Syndicate. Ine.i

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1M1
HIGH ADVENTURE Errol Flynn has his rifle trained on the
Indian enemy in a tense scene from Warner Bros, action
film, "Rockv Mountain," which bows into the Central Theater
today in fllace of "The Glass Menagerie."
Central Theater's Feature
Today Is Rocky Mountain
504th FA Battalion
Dance Staged By
Fort Kobbe Club
The Fort Kobbe Service Club
staRed a dance for the 504th Field
Artillery Battalion Sat u r d a y
night.
This dance was another In a
series of monthly dances which
the 3ervice Club has been spon-
soring for the battalions of the
33rd Regimental Combat Team.
Service Battery donated re-
freshments. In charge of tiie
committee were Sgt. Manuel To-
rres-rios and Sgt. Rafael Melen-
dez.
Honored guests Included Col-
onel William H. Bach. Battalion
Commander and Mrs. Bach. Ma-
jor and Mrs. John W. Ervln, Lt.
and Mrs. Charles L. Hethcoat, Jr.,
and CWO and Mrs. Charles C.
Hudson.
With desert, mountains, red
day and blue sky setting the
panoramic scene, Warner Bros.'
long-awaited adventure drama,
"Rocky Mountain," beRlns a lo-
cal, engagement at the Central
Theater today, replacing "The
Glass Menagerie," which was de-
layed in transit.
The outdoor action film re-
turns Errol Flynn in a role that
surpasses even his most dashing
-tkCifen roles of the past, present-
ir him as the fans want him
bold and dashing, a man of cour-
age against terrific odds. In
"Rocky Mountain" he is the lead-
er of a Confederate Patrol.
Cast as the Northern girl
wtlo dramatically meets up
with the Southern fighting
gentleman, Patrice Wymore
Continues her film career aus-
piciously begun when the red-
haired beauty was brought
from Broxdway to perform in
"Tea For Two." Registering so
well in that picture, she won
the coveted role of the only
woman in "Rocky Mountain."
"Rocky Mountain" is a story of
the last few days of a Confeder-
ate patrol captained by Flynn,
on secret mission in the Western
desert. They rescue a girl whose
coach had been attacked by In-
dians, and they also surprise and
disarm several members of a rov-
ing Union patrol. The two groups
then Join forces to defend them-
selves against the red warriors,
who have them hopelessly outr
numbered. The ensuing climac-
Panama Disciplinary
Boys-Girls Brigade
Hold Special Meeting
The general staff of the Pana-
m Disciplinary Boys' and Girls'
Brigade, met in a special session
Wednesday, Anr. 4 at the orga-
nization's headquarters at the
French Society Hall in O Street.
Phillip King of Gamboa was
made a member of the staff and
field officers of Section D. was
formally sworn into office. Final
plans were made for the Inaugu-
ral ceremony and church parade
on Sunday, Apr. 8.
Members of the G.S.C. are re-
minded of the soecial meetine to
be held on Wednesday 11, at 8
p.m.
tic battle action, advance reports
indicate, guarantees rugged, as
well as romantic, entertainment.
Filmed entirely on location
near Gallup, New Mexico, "Rocky
Mountain" features British actor
Scott Forbes, making his Amer-
ican screen debut as the Union
officer. Gutnn Williams, Dick
Jones and Peter Coe also handle
feature roles.
William Kelghley directed for
Warners.
Balboa Pool Opens
Again Tomorrow
The Balboa Swimming Pool
will be reopened at 9:00 a.m. to-
morrow, after which it will be in
operation daily from 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.
It has been closed since Jan. 8.
The remodeling and improve-
ments include resurfacing with
light green ceramic tile, instal-
lation of a new chlorinating and
water circulation system, provi-
sions of more shallow space in
the bathing area for children.
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Shows: 1:00 2:22 4:30
6:38 8:50 p.m.
TODAY
No-Man's-La^
HOLLYWOOD(NEA)Exclu-
sively Yours: Dolores Costello's
return to grease paint, in a local
stage play, means that she's
ready to resume her career now
that she and her doctor husband
have called It a day.
Still beautiful Dolores' last role
was with Orson Welles nine years
ago in "The Magnificent Amber-
sons." The film career of her "son,
John Barrymore, Jr., meanwhile,
may be temporarily halted by
Uncle Sam. He'll be 19 in May
and the draft winds are blowing.
*
Elizabeth Taylor is back In
print with the sweetness-and-
light comment that "Nick Hilton
and I still want to be the best of
friends." Just once I'd like to hear
a divorced movie queen wall:
"I hate the guy and I hope I
never see him again."
*
Marjorie Main stepped Into
that bubble bath scene for "The
Law and Lady Loverly" and then
wired C. B. DeMllle In Florida:
"You're in the wrong place. The
greatest show on earth Is right
here on Stage 28 at MOM." She
signed the wire, "Bubbles Main."
Jack Beutel moves into the big
league with Howard Hughes'
"Half Breed." It's Jack's third
picture in a 12-year movie career.
This time he plays a savage In-
dian named Charlie Wolf.

Wally Ford will do summer
slock in "Come Back, Little
Sheba" when he completes the
Ruth Roman picture, "Painting
the Clouds With Sunshine."

That wild rumor of a fatal au-
tomobile accident involving Jerry
Lewis stemmed from an unre-
ported stairway fall sustained by
him a few days earlier. The nos-
Eltal X-ray 3howed temple
rulses but, says Jerry, "no more
concussion than usual."
Wanda Hendrix and ex-hubby
Audie Murphy ran true to Holly-
wood form and lunched at the
studio. "Just friends," they ex-
plained. 1MGM will hit a timely
subject in "Teen Age." Jane Pow-
ell and Debbie Reynolds will share
the bobby-sox honors... Errol
Flynn is collecting $2400 a .week
from Lloyd's of London for that
hack injury which is still keeping
him off the sound stages.

Sylvia Sidney is In town to re-
sume her film career.. .Mack
Bennett's annual birthday picnic
will have a new cheesecake .angle
^-Mack will pick the Mack Sen-
nett bathing beauty of 1951...
Ezlo Plnza's end-of-the-picture
gift to Janet Leighhis co-star
In "Strictly Dishonorable"was
a silver dresser set engraved:
"To JanetWith Strictly Hon-
orable Intentions."
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The Italian release of "Strom-
boli" has Ingrid Bergman speak-
ing her lines in Italian.

The Jeff Chandlers have decid-
ed to take the divorce route and
a property settlement Is being
worked out. *

Barbara Bates, the lass who
moved in on Anne Baxter In the
final footage of "All. About Eve"
and received critical huzzahs,
shrugged her shoulders when I
asked about her movie luck.
"I thought great things were
going to happen," Barbara wail-
ed. "So farnothing. They keep
casting me as a 18-year-old. I
can't seem to get up to 20."
TODAY
Shows: 1:00 2:45 4:40
6:0 900 p.m.
DEATH CHARGE OF ROGUE ELEPHANTS!. TERRORS OF SWAMP AND JUNGLEI A per.U
A maddened herd of jungle behemoths in a thundering fraught safari haunted by a thousand nameless danger,
onslaught against native hunters! from the beasts and reptiles of the tropical veldt! ____
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'My Friend Irma Goes West'
Friday "COUNTY FAB"
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Ralph RICHARDSON a) Michel* MORGAN
"THE FALLEN IDOL"
DIABLO HTS.
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Bud ABBOTT Lou COSTILLO
'THE FOREIGN LEGION"
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Walter PIDGEON Ilion MASSEY
"HOLIDAY IN MEXICO"
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Ralph RICHARDSON Michele MORGAN
"THE FALLEN IDOL"
Saturday "A LADY WITHOUT PABIPOBT"
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John WAYNE Patricia NEAL
'OPERATION PACIFIC"
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FATHER of the BRIDE"
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WHISPERING SMITH"
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PANAMA, R. P., JUEVES, ABRIL , J51
CINCO CENTESIMO*
Rusia concentra tropas en Manchuria
Arthur
China comunista recibe ms
de tres mil aviones de tipos
diferentes para su ofensiva
Expertos britnicos consideran que la accin
rusa es para proteger su flanco
LONDRES, Abril 8. (UP).
Urgente. El servicio de In-
teligencia ha dado a conocer
que los Comunistas Chinos
han recibido ms de tres mil
aviones de diferentes tipos de
manos de Rusia y que tendrn
una gran fuerza tctica area
cuando inicien su ofensiva de
primavera en Corea.
Tambin se dijo que no hay
dudas de que ha habido un
"despliegue significativo" de
las fuerzas areas de Rusia en
Manchuria y Siberia.
Estos mismos informes dicen
que si los Rusos estn concen-
trando gran cantidad de tro-
pas en la frontera de Man-
churia tal como lo anunci
el Representante Rayburn en
la Cmara de Representantes
de Estados Unidos es posible
que lo hagan con intenciones
de defender el flanco oriental
de Rusia y no con intenciones
de intervenir directamente en
Corea:
Los expertos hicieron nfa-
sis en que los aviones que han
sido entregados a los Chinos
por los Rusos no son de pri-
mera clase en la lnea de
combate. Hay cientos de avio-
nes de entrenamiento ms o-
tros tipos de aviones no ane-
cuados para la accin, pero
sin embargo, las ltimas en-
tregas incluyen una gran can-
tidad de aviones de combate
MIG-15 a retropropulsin.
Los expertos britnicos no se
sienten fiiclinados a creer que
(Pasa a la pgina ( columna i)

"Situacin crecientemente
peligrosa'' se origina en
Espaa a causa de huelgas
Directamente se presentar al General Franco
orme de las medidas necesarias
-------- MADRID, Abril 5 (UP)* Es-
fera* autorizadas Informaron
que miembros del Gabinete pre-
sentarn directamente al Gene-
ral Francisco Franco maana un
Informe sobre las medidas a to-
mar respecto a lo que algunos
observadores han calificado de
"situacin crecientemente peli-
grosa" con motivo de los distur-
bios y huelgas contra el elevado
costo de la vida.
La situacin hoy pareca ha-
berse normalizado. los estudian-
tes madrileos proseguan sus
actividades como de costumbre,
despus de los disturbios de ayer
en que apedrearon los tranvas
en protesta por el alza de tari-
fas y los ltimos Informes de la
zona de San Sebastin indicaban
que hablan cesado las huelgas de
brazos caldos."
En Azcoltia, 1200 hombres y
mujeres, empleados en tres f-
bricas de productos textiles se
declararon en huelga el lunes
pasado en protesta contra el cos-
to de la vida. Informes recibidos
aqu dicen que los obreros ya ha-
blan reanudado sus laborse des-
pus que las empresas' le prome-
tieron estudiar sus peticiones de
aumento de salarios.
Respecto a las medidas de el
Gobierno, una esfera autorizada
insisti en que Franco est muy
interesado en resolver la situa-
cin y que con ese motivo los
miembros de su Gabinete encar-
(Paaa a la Pagina b. Columna 7) I (Pasa a la pgina 7, col. 8)
Falta de Higiene *
se advierte en
dos mercados
A muchas personas sorpren-
der saber que en el mercado
pblico de esta ciudad se lavan
verduras y mariscos en el suelo,
con una manguera debido a que
an no se han instalado tos fre-
gadores. Tal cosa fu verificada
ayer por un redactor de El Pa-
nam-Amrica.
Tambin verific que las car-
nes que sobran del da son lle-
vadas a las refrigeradora de en-
frente, en vista de que la re-
frigeradora del mereado, no da
abasto para toda la carne so-
brante. Esto significa que esta
carne permanece sin refrigera-
cin desde la matanza del ani-
mal Basta el momento en que
termina la venta, para volverla
a vender al da siguiente como
fresca.
En el primer amanecer lluvio-
so, el berro estaba vendindose
sobre los guardafangos de un
camin, las sandias estaban en
el suelo, la yuca y otras ver-
duras entre el agua sucia de la
calle, en los puestos de Inter-
mediarios que operan sin control
fuera del mercado. El aspecto
Tumultuoso mitin
se celebr en
Santiago ayer
SANTIAGO, Abril 4 81 Pana-
m-Amrica-PanamEsta no-
che los pocos alumnos que an
quedan en el Instituto de Vera-
no dirigidos ahora por el maes-
tro Andrs Cantillo y los Jefes
del movimiento, celebraron un
mitin en la placlta de Santiago.
El desfile parti de la Escuela
Normal entre "Mueras" al Direc-
tor Cantn y al Ministro Sala-
mn.
En el mitin hicieron uso de la
?alabra varios maestros, y en
I se dio las gracias al destaca-
I ment de la Polica y al Capl-
| tan Ros por la manera como
I haba cooperado con los huel-
gulstas en todos estos das. Es-
taba presente en el Mitin tam-
bin el Alcalde del Distrito An-
gel Riera Plnllla. Los maestros
despus de una serle de discur-
sos agresivos en los que excita-
ban a continuar la huelga en
Mayo cuando se Iniciar el pe-
riodo escolar, regresaron al Au-
la Mxima de la Escuela Nor-
mal.
Cajsr Escala.
Corresponsal.
A Dennis Chvez le
condecora Panam
WASHINGTON, abril 5 (UPi
La Orden de Vasco Nez de
Balboa fue conferida anoche al
Senador Dennis Chvez.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Panam, doctor Car-
los N. Brin, hizo la entrtga for-
mar de la condecoracin anoche,
! durante upa recepcin ofrecida
por el Canciller Brln v su se-
ora en la Embajada de Pana-
m.
La Escuela de Medicina debe
comenzar labores el mes pxmo.
Un sujeto ataca
a dos hermanos
con arma blanca
LA CHORRERA, abril 5 (Co-
rresponsal)La poblacin de
Cerro Cama,. Jurisdiccin del
Distrito de La Chorrera, fue con-
movida el sbado ltimo cuan-
de Pedro Lorenzo hiri en dis-
tintas partes del cuerpo a los
hermanos Getrudls y Patrocinio
Soto, sin que hasta la fecha se
conozcan los motivos. Dichos
heridos se encuentran actual-
mente recluidos en el Hospital
Amador Guerrero, de la ciudad
de Coln, mientras su heridor
Lorenzo reposa a estas horas en
una de las celdas de la crcel de
La Chorrera, a rdenes del se-
or Carlos Rodriguez Lpez. Per-
sonen) Municipal, quien tiene a
su cargo la investigacin de!
caso. Dicho funcionario inves-
tigador se trasladar prxima-
mente ai lugar de los hechos, a
fin de recibir declaraciones e in-
vestigar cuidadosamente este
doloroso hecho de sangra. .
De acuerdo con los planes de la
Universidad, la Escuela de Medi-
cina debe comenzar sus labores
el 14 de mayo. Actualmente la
direccin de esta institucin es-
t haciendo todas las gestiones
para que el equlDO necesario es-
t debidamente Instalado en esa
fecha.
Ya se han contratado los ser-
vicios del Dr. Manuel Moreno pa-
ra las clases de Anatoma Huma-
na. El Dr. Moreno ha sido profe-
sor de la Universidad de Paris,
Francia y es autor de libros y fo-
lletos relacionados con el curso
de Anatoma.
Se acaba de abrir concurso pa-
ra proveer las Ctedras de Ana-
toma Microscpica (Histologa),
de Basterlologa Clnica y de Di-
sertaciones Clnicas. Este con-
curso cierra el mircoles 11 y se
espera que inmediatamente sean
escogidos los profesores, stos
Inicien sus labores de prepara-
cin de los cursos.
En la Secretara de la Univer-
sidad se han recibido ya un gran
nmero de solicitudes de admi-
sin de estudiantes panameos y
del extranjero.
Para facilitar el desarrollo de
la Escuela de Medicina el Gobier-
no Nacional ha aprobado la Ley
7a. de 1951 por medio de la cual
se ofrecen 10 becas a estudian-
tes panameos. Las bases de este
concurso se darn a la publici-
dad dentro de breves das.
Est cambindose
a un lluevo local
"Encomiendas"
En el da de hoy se mudaban
a su nuevo local las Encomien-
das Postales. El trabajo de mu-
danza, que est realizando el Al-
macn del Gobierno, se lleva en
una forma bien ordenada, de
manera que el lunes el pblico
tendr abiertas las puertas para
la obtencin de sus encomien-
das.
Los nuevos locales son amplios
en toda forma y la visibilidad es
completa, pues todas las pare-
des son de vidrio, al alcance del
pblico. Como el local es ms
amplio, el servicio se espera que
mejore.
La primera oficina en ser
trasladad fu la de Hacienda, y
por ltimo se procedi a la mu-
danza de paquetes, los cuales
eran acomodados tan pronto lle-
gaban a su nuevo despacho.
Descubierto robo
contra Vice-Cnsul
de Espaa en Coln
El doctor Antonio Alverola,
Vicecnsul de Espaa en Coln,
ha sido victima de un robo de
B.500 y la Secreta de Coln
recuper B.423 en efectivo. Se
declar confeso del robo Reginal-
do Watson Taylor, de 21 aos
de pdad, negro, panameo. Este
sujeto era el aseador de su clni-
ca. El robo fue descubierto por
medio del procedimiento de dac-
tiloscopia, tomando las huellas
dactilares.
La Polica Secreta de Coln
descubri en esta investigacin
que el mismo sujeto, es decir.
Watson, era el responsable de o-
tro robo cometido contra el mis-
mo doctor Alverola. por B.300.
Este robo fue en la primera se-
mana del mea de enero del co-
rriente ao. No se recuper el
botn de este robo, pero se esta-
blecieron las evidencias necesa-
rias para fundar la culpabilidad
de Watson. Watson ha sido pues-
to a rdenes del Fiscal del Cir-
cuito de Coln para los efectos
de la investigacin Judicial.
El doctor Alverola al dirigirse
a la Polica Secreta, dndole las
gracias por su trabajo, las dice:
"No deseo dejar pasar ms tiem-
po sin hacer patente mi ms
profundo agradecimiento y ad-
miracin por los servicios tan
eficientes prestados en el des-
cubrimiento del autor de los di-
versos robos de aue he sido victi-
ma ltimamente, cuyos servicios
indudablemente son dignos de
Scotland Yard o cualquiera otra
institucin tan renombrada".
El temor de una guerra invade la
capital de Estados Unidos al
verse en umbral del conflicto
El Presidente Truman admite que el peligro de una
tercera guerra se mantiene latente
WASHINGTON, abril 8. (UP)
El temor a una guerra Inva-
di la capital norteamericana al
llegar Informes que gran can-
tidad de soldados aparente-
mente rusos se estn concen-
trando en Manchuria y que Es-
tados Unidos se encuentran en
el umbral de la tercera gue-
rra mundial.
El orador de la Cmara, Sam
Rayburn, hizo alusin a la gue-
rra ayer, al advertir que la
tercera guerra mundial estaba
ahora ms cerca que en ningn
momento desde 1945.
Los crticos de la adminis-
tracin se mofaron de las de-
claraciones, pero los funciona-
rios esperaban que Truman die-
ra una respuesta a la situacin
en su conferencia de prensa
hoy a las diez de la maana.
Tambin se informa que el De-
partamento de Estado se en-
(Pasa a la Pag. 6. col. S)
Personalidad de
Educacin en E.U.
llega esta tarde
El doctor Wilfred Manck, Di-
rector de la Divisin de Educa-
cin del Instituto de Asuntos In-
teramericanos, llegar esta tarde
a nuestro pas, procedente de
Costa Rica.
El doctor Wilfred Manck est
realizando una Jira por los pa-
ses americanos para acoplar in-
formacin sobre las labores a l
encomendadas.
Prominentes educadores na-
cionales le brindarn un almuer-
zo el viernes en el hotel "El Pa-
nam".
El doctor Manck estar en
nuestro pas hasta el prximo
sbado.
La maquinaria de la justicia
se mueve aceleradamente para
esclarecer el caso de Ballis
Se preparan ampliaciones, careos peritajes, cotejos,
anlisis y diligencias de reconocimiento
Esta maana el Fiscal Car-
los Augusto Lpez estuvo de-
dicado a analizar las constan-
cias sumarlas Instruidas en el
caso de Nuevo Arraljn, donde
fue muerto de dos balazos el
costarricense Manuel Armando
Gonzlez, mientras en la Se-
cretara de la Fiscala Segun-
da del Primer Distrito Judi-
cial, se preparaban notas al
Hospital Santo Toms solicltan-
Hacen distincin
a la Honorable Da.
Nina de Anguizola
Doa Nina de Anguizola ha si-
do objeto de significativo reco-
nocimiento por parte de la Junta
General del Primer Congreso Hls-
pano-Americano Femenino al de-
signarla Vocal de la Comisin
Especial para dirigir las delibera-
ciones.
El Congreso al dirigirse a la
H.D. Anguizola le Inform que el
Congreso le pagar todos los gas-
tos de estada por tres meses y es-
pera que las autoridades acad-
micas y polticas de nuestro pai?
"que tanto Inters y tan decidido
favor han manifestado por el in-
tercambio de nuestra cultura co-
mn, le presten la ayuda necesa-
ria y eficaz" para los gastos de
viaje, ida y regreso a Espaa.
do el certificado de la autop-
sia practicada a Gonzlez, so-
licitudes al Registro Civil pi-
diendo coplas autenticadas de
la Inscripcin de la partida de
defuncin de Gonzlez, notas
a la Secreta requiriendo histo-
riales penales y dictando pro-
videncias para el perfecciona-
miento de las sumarlas siguien-
do, en terminados general, las
indicaciones del auto, cabeza
del proceso.
El Fiscal Inform que posi-
blemente la prxima semana,
se tomen nuevas Indagatorias
al sindicado Ballis, para am-
pliar su informativo, y escla-
recer muchos aspectos dudosos
de su testimonio. Despus de
esa diligencia se entrar en la
etapa de los careos y de las
inspecciones oculares al lugar
de los hechos en Nuevo Arral-
jn.
Se estima que el Fiscal L-
pez se auxiliar con diversos
peritos para el perfecciona-
miento de las sumarias. En este
sentido surge la posibilidad de
que sean designados cinco peri-
tos mdicos para que dictami-
nen detalles observados en el
cadver de Gonzlez, como lo
es el de que teniendo la cabeza
inclinada hacia el lado derecho
cuando cay, la sangre le co-
rriera por la frente hacia el
lado contrario, es decir, hacia
el izquierdo, y no se le em-
(Pasa a la Hat ni n
Piden en una convencin en
F. U. que se usen los gases
letales como arma defensiva
BO8T0N. Mass., abril 5. lUP)
Amos Turk y Henry Slelk
de la "W. B. Connor Engineer-
ing Corp." dieron detalles en
la Convencin de la Sociedad
Quim 1 c a Norteamericana de
"una nariz mecnica que pue-
de actuar como "radar olfa-
to" contra un ataque por sor-
presa con gases neuro-parall-
zantes.
Informaron que esta nariz "e
mucho ms sensitiva que la hu-
mana y puede captar la pre-
sencia en el aire de gases le-
tales an en casos que se con-
centren a una centsima de un
milln de partes de aire y di-
cen que acta siguiendo el mis-
mo principio de las mscaras
militares contra el gas, en las
cuales los filtros de carbono
absorben el material letal que
puede extraerse, analizarse y
pesarse".
Por su parte. Earl P. Steven-
son, presidente de "Arthur D.
Little Incorporated", de Cam-
bridge, Massachusetts, abog
por el uso de gases letales co-
mo una de las principales ar-
mas en la defensa de las na-
ciones libres y dijo que "nues-
tras armas tienen como fin una
actuacin defensiva", para a-
pertrechar adecuadamente a
unos pocos que resistan el ata-
que de las hodas cuyas tcti-
cas se basan en el sacrificio
ilimitado del soldado indivi-
dual y agreg que "para esto
no hay arma como el gas le-
tal".
Otorgan al edecn
de Presidente
una condecoracin
Don Emeterlo L. Santovenia.
de la Fundacin Internacional
Eloy Alfaro, con sede en La Ha-
bana, acaba de anunciar hono-
res a nuestro compatriota Te-
niente Coronel Roberto Angui-
zola, Edecn del Presidente de
la Repblica.
La mencionada lnatltucln
concedi al Teniente Coronel
don Roberto Anguizola. el uso de
la barra o cinta de la cruz de la
FIEA. Fundacin Internacional
Eloy Alfaro.
Fue frustrado un
complot contra
Otilio Ulate
SAN JOSE, C.F., Abr. 5 (UP)
El Gobierno anunci que habla
frustrado un plan revoluciona-
rlo Calderonista, habiendo deco-
misado armas y bombas.
Se encuentran detenidas 48
personas complicadas, aparecien-
do Victor Wolf como Jefe de la
organizacin revolucionarla. El
Gobierno dijo que el Presiden-
te Paco Caldern era el mximo
director del plan desde Mjico.
El plan consist en atacar si-
multneamente Limn, Punta A-
renas. San Carlos y Guanacaste
cualquier da del presente mes.
haciendo estallar bombas al
mismo tiempo en diferentes sec-
tores de la capital, adems de a-
seslnar al Presidente Otilio Ula-
te y al ex-Jefe de la Junta, Jos
Flgueres.
El Gobierno llev a cabo tanto
el decomiso de armas como los
arrestos, sin necesidad de sus-
pender las garantas constitu-
cionales, y sin violencias, encon-
trndose el pas tranquilo.
Son condenados
a muerte 2 espas
de la atmica
NUEVA YORK, abril 8. 'UP>
El Juez Federal Irving R.
Kaufman sentenci a Jullu*
Rosenberg de *? * *"
y a su esposa Ethel de 35 aos
de edad a 1st pena de muerte.
Kaufman especific que los Ro-
senberg sern ejecutados du-
rante la semana del 21 de ma-
yo. I
De acuerdo con la Ley Fede-
ral, la sentencia de muerte de-
be ser ejecutada en el Estado
en que se dicta en este caso
la silla elctrica en la Peni-
tenciarla de Slng 81ng.
Es casi seguro que la fecha
de la ejecucin sea pospuesta
debido a especulaciones.
Si los Rosenberg mueren, se-
rn las primeras personas en
ser ejecutadas por espionaje
despus de un Juicio en las
Cortes Civiles de los EE. UU.
El Juez le dijo a la pareja,
quienes son los padres de dos
nios, que su crimen al en-
tregar secretos esenciales at-
micos de los Estados Unidos a
la Rusia Sovitica, constitua
algo "peor que asesinato".
Kaufman dijo: "Cuando un
criminal comete un asesinato,
mata slo a su victima. Pero
en su caso, yo creo que el po-
ner en manos de Rusia los se-
cretos de la bomba atmica ha
causado la agresin comunista
en Corea. Yo creo que con su
traicin ustedes han alterado el
curso de la historia".
Los Rosenberg escucharon la
sentencia con caras alargadas
y los cuerpos en tensin. Su
cmplice, Morton Sobell, de 34
aos de edad, ser sentenciado
en otra fecha, y se espera que
su pena sea ms leve.
Ataque areo total se puede
abrir contra las bases rojas
si los chinos desatan asalto
Los tanques e infantera norte-americanos penetra-
ron hasta a ocho millas en el Norte de Corea
WASHINGTON, abril, 5 (UP)
(Urgente) Fuentes militares
bien Informadas dijeron anoche
que se autoriz al General Dou-
glas MacArthur para abrir un
ataque total areo contra las ba-
ses rojas en Manchuria si los co-
munistas chinos envan toda su
potencia area a la guerra en
Corea.
Se tiene entendido que esa or-
den fue dada hace varias sema-
nas al Jefe de las Fuerzas de
las Naelones Unidas en el Extre-
mo Oriente por el Estado Mayor
mixto. El Estado Mayor tom esa
decisin despus de recibir in-
formes del servicio de inteligen-
cia de que los rojos tenan en
Manchuria, a corta distancia de
la frontera edreana entre' 600 ?
800 aviones.
Los Informantes diplomticos
dicen que estas Instrucciones no
alteran la decisin de las Nacio-
nes Unidas de confinar la gue-
rra a Corea, en lo que sea posi-
ble. La orden original de las Na-
ciones Unidas en junio pasado,
autoriz a MacArthur a restau-
rar la paz "en la regln general
de Corea".
Dicen tos lnfotmantes que no
poda esperarse que los Estados
Unidos se mantuviera con los
brazos cruzados mientras las
fuerzas de las Naelones Unidas
iPaw a < Pf H Col J'
Inician campaa
contra literatura
pornogrfica aqu
Ha comenzado firmemente la
campaa contra la literatura
pornogrfica en este distrito con
el decomiso de algunos bultos en
el correo.
La Alcalda se dirigi hace al-
fn tiempo al Ministerio de Oo-
ierno y Justicia al respecto y
Correos ha respondido con el pri-
mer decomiso de un bulto de es-
ta clase de literatura.
Se tratar de contrarrestar r-
pidamente cualquier form, clan-
destina de Introduccin de esta
clase de material pornogrfico,
para impedir que siga vendin-
dose a los escolares.
Se espera la cooperacin de to-
dos los maestros, profesores, ins-
pectores y padres de familia pa-
ra localizar cualquier tipo de li-
teratura de esta naturaleza, per-
judicial a la salud mental y mo-
ral del nio de manera que se
localice cualquier foco de intro-
duccin y se corte de raz.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
21,900
Es posible que se origine
una escasez de gasolina y
otros productos de petrleo
Pero esta situacin si se provoca ser para \
fines del ao de 1952 venidero
SAN ANTONIO, Tejas, abril
* lUP). W ub-Admlnle-
tSador de Petrleos, -flvin
Brown, dijo que es poWble que
se produzcan escaseses de taso-
lma y otros productos petrol-
feros como no haya gran au-
mento en la capacidad refi-
nadora de Estados Unidos.
En un discurso ante la Aso-
ciacin de Refinadores de Pe-
trleo del Oeste, Brown dijo
que la nacin necesita un au-
mento de un mnimo de un mi-
lln de barriles diarlos para fin
de 1953 y gran parte de esto
debe estar listo para diciem-
bre de 1952.
Brown dijo que har cuanto
pueda para ayudar a los refi-
nadores a conseguir esa capa-
cidad, especialmente si estn
dispuestos a construir nuevas
fbricas en regiones seguras del
interior unidas al mar por vas
fluviales o en el noroeste sobre
el Pacfico. Brown dijo que
estos sitios sern menos vul-
nerables a ataques enemigos.
Dijo que la Administracin
de Petrleo para la Defensa ha
llegado a la conclusin que co-
mo no se agreguen aproxima-
damente 700 mil barriles dia-
rios a la capacidad productiva
de la nacin para fines de
1952, el pblico puede volver-
se a ver asediado por la esca-
sez de productos del tipo que
'Pase i it Mi Col 1

Congreso de la
ESSO habr en
Panam este mes
Ms de cincuenta delegados a
la Conferencia de Gerentes Ge-
nerales de afiliados latinoame-
ricanos de la Esso, segn anun-
ci hoy el seor S. Scollay
Moore, Presidente y Gerente Ge-
neral de la Esso Standard OH
(Centro Amrica), se reunirn
en el hotel El Panam del 18
al 20 de los corrientes.
La afiliada centroamericana
que tiene sus oficinas centrales
en Panam ser la anfitrlona
de la Conferencia. Las sesiones
se celebrarn en el Saln Bella
Vista del hotel.
Los delegados a la conferen-
cia, la primera de su clase que
celebrar la Compaa en Pa-
nam, incluyen a los ms pro-
minentes miembros de las ge.
rendas de las distintas compa.
ias Esso de la Amrica Latina
asi como de las oficinas de la
Compaa en Nueva York. Los
afiliados que estarn represen-
tados incluyen los de la Essd
Standard del Brasil. Argentina,
Uruguay, Chile, Cuba y Puerto
Rico asi como los de las Antl-
(Pasa a la Par.ne S. Col 1>
El Embajador de Mxico aqu
aclara noticia sobre su Pas
A continuacin tenemos el
gusto de publicar una intere-
sante carta del Embajador de
Mxico en Panam, Ing. Eduar-
do Morillo Safa, en relacin a
un articulo aparecido en nues-
tra edicin del 3 de los corrien-
tes. .
Embajada de Mxico
Panam, abril 4 de 1951
Sr. doctor
don Harmodio Arlas,
Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA.
Ciudad.
Muy distinguido doctor y fino
"EnL PANAMA AMERICA de
ayer, 3 de los corrientes, apa-
rece un artculo bajo el rubro
Estados Unidos son Material
y Esplrltualmente Capaces de
Vencer a Rusia, Padilla".
El autor del articulo a que
me refiero es el seor Marc
Hrschfeld, quien informa haber
entrevistado al seor Licencia-
do don Ezequlel Padilla, ex-
Mlnlstro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de ml pas.
Lo que el seor Padilla haya
dicho o haya dejado de decir
al articulista, no es de mi in-
cumbencia comentarlo pero si
me permito aclarar que con-
tra lo que dice el autor del
artculo en el sentido de que,
por haber Impreso en tal for-
ma su personalidad el doctor
(Pasa a fa Pag. 7, Col. S)
Ser recogido
el ganado suelto
en las afueras
En vista de las quejas sobro
el ganado en soltura en las a-
fueras, El Panam-Amrica fu
Informado de que se tomara
medidas drsticas contra esta a-
nomalia. sobre todo en el sector
de Rio Abajo en donde las va-
cas y toros sueltos daan loa
Jardines particulares y tienen
por pastos los predios de los ve-
cinos.
En este sentido fuimos infor-
mados que se estn capturando
estos animales, y en caso de no
ser reclamados, sern rematados
en subasta pblica.
Para su publicacin la Alcal-
da nos proporcion el siguiente
comunicado:
La Alcalda del Distrito noti-
fica a los interesados que des-
de hace bastante tiempo se en-
cuentran depositados en el esta-
blo del municipio en Pan de A
zcar los siguientes anmale*:
un caballo viejo colorado de ca-
rrera, un pony bayo marcado
con una G en el anca Izquierda.
Se dan quince das de plaas>
para su reclamo, si no se rema-
tarn en subasta pblica."
f,


PAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES. ABBIL S, 1151
PanmaAmrca
UIIO INDEFENDIBNTC
MaftMODIO AMIA*, oibkiw
DI1ACO PON L
IDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. . A.
ttUfOKO -0740 " '"' '"" "'-' t- -.UPAO m H N, S7
GESTOS PERNICIOSOS
Se viene hablando en determinados sectores de
"la conveniencia" de derogar la Constitucin actual
para sustituirla por la de 1941, sin que se siga el pro-
cedimiento que para su reforma estatuye la Carta
vigente. Tal sugestin es eminentemente perjudicial
para los intereses de la Repblica. Aparte del hecho
de que si as se procediera se acentuaran la confu-
sin, la inquietud y .la desconfianza, el pas sufrira
en su prestigio, en su buen nombre, en su estabilidad
econmica e institucional.
An cuando existen indicias de que en las altas
esferas oficiales no hay la intencin de adoptar ese
camino, vale la pena hacer presente que no se trata
de determinar si una de esus constituciones es me-
jor o peor que la otra. No se cambia la Constitucin
como se cambia de camisa. La razn es obvia.
Porque hay cierta semejanza entre lo que aho-
ra se sugiere y lo que se intim en Octubre del ao
pasado, reproducimos aqu nuestro editorial publica-
do en aquella ocasin y que lleva el mismo ttulo:
"En los ltimos das se ha sugerido que una
de las posibles soluciones para los males que
aquejan a la Repblica sera la clausura de la
Asamblea Nacional. Nos resistimos a creer que
se haya pensado seriamente en tal posibilidad.
Debe ser ms bien una sugestin frivola, impen-
sada, que es resultado del ambiente de confusin
que existe en el pas.
, "Debe tenerse presente que el mero rumor
de que haya quien piense en que puedan descar-
tarse los mandatos constitucionales, aparte de la
cuestin importante de los principios, envuelve
dao grave a los intereses de los asociados, al
buen nombre y al prestigio de la Nacin. Ru-
mores de esa ndole, aunque carezcan de todo
fundamento, son en extremo perniciosos. Si esto
es as con respecto a los meros rumores, ms
o menos annimos, con mucha mayor razn en
los casos en que se manifieste una tendencia en
ese sentido.
"Nadie niega que ej pas necesita estabili-
dad poltica y estabilidad social para poder res-
tablecer la confianza y la tranquilidad, que son
absolutamente indispensables para el projjreso
humano. Con las exaltaciones momentneas, con
los gestos impensados, con los rumores absur-
dos, no conseguimos otra cosa que crear situa-
ciones alarmantes que destruyen la posibilidad
de toda labor constructiva.
"Nos resistimos a creer que elementos res-
ponsables hayan pensado en el desatino de arre-
glar nuestros problemas mediante la clausura
de la Asamblea. Nos ocupamos del tema, slo
para insistir en que la mera posibilidad de ru-
mores de esa ndole causan daos incalculables
a nuestras instituciones y al desarrollo del pas.
"Por razn de los apremiantes problemas
de poltica mundial que se plantean actualmen-
te, los hombres de negocios en otras latitudes
han comprendido que por el momento son pocos
los pases donde sus inversiones encontraran
cierta proteccin. Bien podra Panam contarse
entre stos. Sin embargo, nosotros mismos nos
encargamos de subrayar el hecho de que care-
cemos de estabilidad poltica y social."
-AVISO -
Azael de la Lastra. Tesorero Municipal Interino,
informa al pblico que las placas oficiales destinadas
para los vehculos de los CONCEJALES, actualmente en
uso. han sido anuladas y que aquellas personas que
sean poseedoras de las mismas tienen un plazo impro-
rrogable hasta el da diez (10) de los corrientes para
devolverlas. Despus de esa fecha, la Polica Nacional
se encargar de retirarlas.
Abril 3. 1951.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
,o, C & V.
MINUTAS AMERICANAS
PRECOLOMBINAS
Agustn de Foxa, adems de
excelente poeu y admirable
cronista, buen comedor, buen
bebedor y hombre gozador de
la vida en si, por el sabroso
placer de existir, habla en un
reciente artculo de las minu-
tas en loa banquetes d los per-
sonajes precolomblanos en es-
ta Amrica que hoy habla es-
paol.
A mi, que me ha gustado
apreciar los deleites de una
buena mesa, me ha distrado
el tema escogido por Agustn.
Quiz porque ya hasta de esos
deleites sencillos me alejan las
enfermedades. Pienso que quiz
los hombres debiramos apa-
garnos como velitas al acercar-
se ese perodo de decaimiento
que nos desintegra poco a po-
co y nos lleva a no servir pa-
ra nada, a transformarnos en
un estorbo para el desarrollo
de las actividades de los de-
ms. Con ms o menos acierto
hemos acumulado estudios, he-
mos ledo tantos y tanto li-
bros, nos hemos formado una
pequea cultura... De qu sir-
ve todo eso? Casi molesta. Ca-
si hiere. Cuando se alcanza una
edad en la que el cansancio
avanza, es un imposible, cons-
tituye un favor del Destino,
continuar en la brega. Vivimos
por favor. Triste cosa en ver-
dad.
Pero regresemos al tema de
esta nota alejado de esos pe-
simismos inevitables para el que
se siente decaer...
Cuenta Agustn de Foxa, con
su amenidad caracterstica, con
su talento de gran cronista,
que en el Hotel de Cuzco, la
bella regln peruana, l ofre-
cieron en un almuerzo la pa-
tata o papa de la Sierra, que
es la mejot del mundo. La
pondera como arenosa, amari-
llenta, casi untada con huevo.
Asegura que al trasplantarse
degenera y se hace blanca. Re-
laciona la papa peruana con
la trufa, que se cria tambin
bajo tierra y que la descu-
brieron los jabales, al hozar.
La cocina del Inca perua-
no sigo a Fox no era su-
culenta. Atahualpa poda ofre-
cer a sus invitados esas pa-
pas, tortas de maz, fibrosa car-
ne de vicuas: talvez la car-
ne de huanacos, ms sabrosa.
Todo ello mojado con chicha de
maz, servida en vasijas o
"huancos" con rostros huma-
nos modelados, que ahora re-
cuerdan, sin explicacin ade-
cuada, las barros" de las cer-
veceras de Munich o de Ham-
burgo. Lo mejor de las minu-
tas de Atahnalpa. eran las fru-
tas. Las pifias, las chlrlmo-
yas.
Los caciques que agasajaban
a Balboa y a sus compae-
ros... Qu les daran de co-
mer? En frutas de seguro po-
dran competir con los seo-
Millones de Chinos siembran arroz
para que sea vendido a otros pases
EL ESTADO Y EL VICIO
Por CHPETE Mientras se hallan al borde
de la inanicin tienen que
trabajar para otros hombres
Francamente no veo la causa de tu enojo. No ve que rada borrachera ma contribuye
a una carretera, un hospital, un alcantarillado, etc.? 81 tomo es para "hacer" patria...
en la oscuridad de la lgno- Interior de la Repblica,
rancla, la supersticin y la Vendrn profesores emlnen-
lrresponsabilldad. la salud y tes del extranjero a dictar loa
las vidas de los que endeble cursos fundamentales y con-
mente han venido constituyen- \ tribuirn asimismo a la ense-
do la masa de nuestro pueblo: anza y a la orientacin de la
y el substratum enfermo de Escuela, nuestros ms desta-
nuestra raza. cados mdicos nacionales.
La Asociacin Mdica Naci- Iremos formando una Blblio-
nal ya nos ha brindado su teca especializada, un museo
amplia cooperacin y nos ha I patolgico, todo, en fin, lo que
ayudado con sus luces y con-1 contribuya a fomentar el estu-
Publlcamos a continuacin jejog. la Asamblea Nacional dio y la Investigacin serlos
^ACaj, 1 ILLAS
Universitarias
Por a 2). m.
las palabras del Rector Octa-
vio Mndez Pereira, con mo-
tivo de la fundacin de la Es-
cuela d Medicina: ,
DOS PALABRAS
Desde hace mucho tiempo ha
venido soando con una Es-
cuela de Medicina en Panam,
como columna bsica de nues-
tra Universidad y, por eso y
sobre todo, de la salud de la
raza.
En 1925, siendo yo Secretarlo
de Instruccin Pblica, despus
de haber sostenido en el Con-
greso Cientfico Panamericano
de Lima, tesis para el estu-
delo una ley cuyo proyecto K-jen nuestra Juventud,
presentamos, para ayudar a la Se acondicionar el Hospital
construccin y desarrollo de la
Escuela, y hace poco, ha he-
Santo Toms para la observa-
cin de las operaciones y un
HONG KONG, abril 5. (UP).
Millones de campesinos chi-
nos, Al borde de la Inanicin,
comenzaron sta semana a arar
la tierra para la siembra de
trigo y maz, que el Gobierno
chino tiene el propsito de dar
a otros.
Informaciones procedentes de
Nueva Delhi anuncian que el
Gobierno de Pekn ha ofrecido
a la India un milln de tone-
ladas de cereales, mientras la
agencia noticiera oficial de la
China roja da cuenta que Jos
campesinos en todas partes del
pais estn comenzando la co-
aecha de la primavera.
Pekn dice que la coaecha se-
r "un factor decisivo" para
la China este ao. La agencia
oficial admite que los campe-
sinos estn dependiendo de aus
ultimas libras de arroz y dice
que el Gobierno est haciendo
prstamos agrcola* hasta la
primera recoleccin en Julio.
Sin embargo, fuentes inde-
pendientes ayudan a llenar la*
lagunas Informativas dejadas
por la agencia oficial. Dicen,
por ejemplo, que gran parte de
la poblacin de SO millones de
habitantes de Kangtun est a-
llmentndesc de hierbas silves-
para otras generaciones por
entre las piedras, por entre los
escombros, por entre las voces
agoreras de los llamados hom-
bres prcticos, como llamas de
luz para alumbrar loa cami-
nos del destino nacional y hu-
mano
Panam, enero de 1851.
octavio Mndez Pereira,
Rector de la Universidad
i de Panam. Director del
Centro Regional de la U-
nesco en el Hemisferio
Occidental.
y otra que permite el uso de
cadveres y de animales vivos
con fines cientficos.
I
El edificio construido ahora
para la Escuela, modesto en
sus proporciones, responde, sin
embargo, a todos los adelan-
tos modernos en instituciones
de este gnero y esta dotado
con el equipo necesario, ltima
bleclmlento en Panam de una palabra tambin en equipos e
Universidad Bolivarlana, hice
construir el edificio que hoy
XT inca. T aun' uper.^ K, "? *?" *
Nuestras pifias son exquisitas.
Nuestros mangos no admiten
comparacin. Y tampoco nues-
tras papayas, nuestros mame-
yes. El pescado de este Istmo
superara al pescado de los in-
cas. Aunque los incas llevaban
a sus banquetes pescado tra-
do por los "chasquis", un pes-
cado fresco y palpitante que
los indios llevaban a las po-
blaciones de la cordillera des-
Medicina Tropical cerca del
Hospital Santo Toms, con ei
objeto de dedicarlo a la pri-
mera escuela para la forma-
cin de nuestros mdicos, Cir-
cunstancias que no es del ca-
so mencionar aqu, hicieron
que el Gobierno devolviera
despus de haber renunciado
yo a la Secretaria de Educa-'
cin y aceptado una misin en
Europa, la suma de cincuenta
mil soles, con que la Repblica
de el mar o desde el lago por dei Per contribua a aquel
medio de aquel sistema de ca- proyecto de una Universidad
"eras de 'relevos" prodigioso.|Bolivarlana, y entregara a la
El pescado del lago Titicaca, i institucin Rockefeller, para' el
instituto indicado en memoria
cho pasar dos leyes ms, una dia, espero que no lejano ya,
que crea becas por cada pro- tendremos nuestro propio hos-
vincia para estudiar Medicina P"*' de prctica, en el CAM-
PUS mismo de la Universidad,
para lo cual hemos hecho los
arreglos necesarios con la Caja
de Seguro Social que tiene ti
royecto de construirlo con. d
In de destinarlo a sus asocia-
dos.
Pongo en la Escuela de Me-
dicina la misma fe que puse
en la Universidad mocho an-
tes de que naciera y de que
la echramos a andar. Y con
ella desafio a todos los que
se oponen y a todos los que
no creen en nuestra capacidad
para organizara y sostenarla.
No hay Idea, no hay uto-
pia, no hay Institucin con fi-
nes educativos, cientficos 0
culturales, estoy seguro de ello,
que a la larga no germinen en
adelanto y bienestar colectivos,
qne no paguen mil por uno co-
mo rendimiento espiritual y
moral. Puede una generacin
no ver los frutos, que en edu-
instalacloneg cientficas.
Los estudios de Medicina
comprendern ocho aos, se-
gn podr verse en los regla-
mentos que a continuacin se
publican, y estarn divididos
asi: cuatro de cultura cient-
fica bsica consagrados a la
Pre-Medlclna y cuatro profe-
sionales, al fin de los cuales
se extender el diploma del
doctorado. El libre ejercicio d
la profesin, no podr obte-
nerse sino despus que el can-
didato haya practicado un ao
en el Hospital Santo Toms
con prctica rotativa comple-
ta, y que haya ejercido por
otro ao en una poblacin del
cacln son siempre tardos y
crecen por dentro como cier-
tos ros subterrneos, pero
siempre las ideas sembradas o
aventadas al surco brotarn
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Miniaterio
de Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas
hasta las nueve en punto de la maana del dia 12 de
Abril del ao en curso por el suministro de frascos va-
cos para uso del Hospital Santo Toms.
Las especificaciones aeran entregadas a los inte-
resados durante las horas hbile8 de oficina.
Juan J. Rodrguez
Jefe de Materiales y Compras
denominado "suchl", era famo-
so.
Fox habla Igualmente de los
banquetes de Moctezuma. Este
gran seor obsequiaba a sus
huspedes con el "guajalote" o
pavo, que por entonces no se
conoca en Europa. Despus ha
sido el plato suculento de las
Navidades. Y Moctesurna hacia
de Gorges, el edificio de esti-
lo griego, construido para a
Escuela de Medicina...
Ahora surge sta despus de
largas luchas contra la resis-
tencia pasiva que se le opo-
na, v luego de tomar todas
las medidas necesarias a fin
de que la institucin nazca y
que lo aderezasen con esa sal- se desarrolle con toda la se-
sa de tomate exclusiva que' rledad por ella requerida, si se
contina siendo la mejor ya- lr ha de confiar la tarea de-
zn mexicana. Yo recuerdo la dicada de formar los mdicos
impresin que me hizo la prl- Que han de ir al interior de
mera vez que la prob, en un! nuestro pais a reemplazar a
banquete, que hace la friolera' '"* curanderos, a los brujos,
de veinticinco o algunos aos! Quepor siglos han mantenido
ms, ofreci el amable Oene- '
ral Cabral -Ministro de M-'maravilla del humo azul...
xico en Panama por aquellos En las tierras del Plata
das en la sede de su Le- indica Agustn de Fox co-
Baclon. man carne de armadillo" y
Lo que no hubiera ofrecido de venado: tambin carne de
los precolomblanos era un vaso
de leche ni un redondo que-
so. No ordeaban los buenos
indios. Y hubieran podido ha-
cerlo. Tenan llamas, renos, bi-
sontes.
En Cuba, los seores abori-
"and", el aveztruz de Am-
rica: carne dura sta, por lo
menos en parte. Entonces, en
el sur, se desconoca la vaca,
el novillo, que trajeron los es-
paoles.
Afirma Fox que el caf es
HOTELES INTERAMERICANOS, S. A.
Panam
El Vite-Presidente de la Junta Directiva de Hote-
les Interamericanos, S. A., cita por este medio a los
accionistas para una Asamblea Extraordinaria que ten-
dr lugar el dia 19 de Abril en curso, a las cuatro de
la tarde en el Saln Panam de EL PANAMA.
La Junta Directiva someter a la consideracin de
la Asamblea Extraordinaria los siguientes asuntos:
1) Informe y Balances;
2) Plan para el fmandamiento total de la Empresa;
3) Eleccin de Directores.
Panam, 4 de Abril de 1951
genes invitaran a 'jutia". que originario de la Etiopia y que
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En CLUB de 50 Semanas
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podra dar ateo a los europeos
por su parecido con la rata,
aunque es carne fina. Tam-
bin la Iguana tiene carne ex-
celente, pero su aspecto no es
atractivo si se la conoce viva
Los cocos encantaran a los
compaeros de Coln y a lo*
de Balboa. Y los cigarros, la
la caa de azcar se describe
por Plinto el Viejo. Qu des-
ilusin! Pero no se nos arre-
batar la gloria del chocolate
que naca de un rbol llamado
'Jcaro". Y de aqu la "Jicara
de chocolate", frase en que lo
nico espaol es la partcula
"de"'.
ESCUELA PRACTICA DE COMERCIO
LIBERTARIA DE MEL y GASTN FARAUDO P.
Directores Profesores
CurMtc.de Perito Comercial. Secretariado, Contabilidad.
Estenografa Gregg, Mecanoirafia, Ortografa v Redaccin,
Aritmtica Comercial, Ingls.
CURSOS SUPERIORES: Contabilidad Avanzada,
Taquimecanografja y Problemas de Auditoria.
MATRICII.AKABIF.KTAS 3 P.M. a 8 P.M.
LAS CLASES COMENZARAN El. z DE MAYO.
Avenida A No. 41 Telfono Z-tl
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2. KLIH I* iimini lio refrigerad**
3. KLIH ( lionero alo calidad uaHerme
4. KLIM ai enclenle poro ol olio oo ta ero-
atalanta
5. KLIH oaeaoats al volar oofr'tlvo do los
lotos cdaosles
KLIM se recomienda
pora la alimentacin infantil
Cuando Id. vaya a comprar leche para iu bebe",
lo mejor que puede hacer ei espeucar KLIM,
la leche que es digna de (oda conoinza.
la leche Kl IM ei SIEMPRE pura, altamente
nutritiva y ms digestible. Por eso loa mdicos
la recomiendan . y Ut madres la pree reo
7. KLIH oa poro y saajaro . eavaiada ear
o procedimiento eipoelal
8. KLIH ..t oioooroela boj ol mt astricto
control
LECHE Z: KLIM
hA pairaaiDA in todo il mundo
Wtm. ktui. la' Omn. ItM. ataase Oa
CARNOL
m un tnico ficen
pora personas
DELGADAS
CJUUK& e. le.
tres, debido a que las autori-
dades de Cantn prefieren sa-
crificar el. arroz con el Objeto
de obtener ms materiales es-
tratgicos.
8e calcula qua diez millonea
de personas en Klangsu, Pro-
vincia al Norte de Shanghai,
estn al borde de la inanicin
como resultado de las Inunda-
ciones y condiciones adversaa
del pasado ano. Loa raneros
en la. Provincia de Ruan
gran centro productor de arroz
de China estn vacioa.
Los campesinos al Sur de Chi-
na han participado en moti-
nes, impulsados por el ham-
bre y han asaltado loa grane-
ros en busca de alimentos. A-
gregan esas fuentes indepen-
dientes que millares de cabezas
de ganado han muerto por la
falta de alimentos o victimas
de las enfermedades.
Los observadores bien Infor-
mados aqu, dicen que loa im-
puestos que cobran los rojos en
loa cereales te elevan al 60 por
ciento de la coaecha, compa-
rado con 1 de loa nacionalis-
tas que era de un 40 por cien-
to. Los propios rojos admiten
que la produccin de alimentos
es an ms baja que la de 1046,
a pesar que en el transcurso
de ese tiempo la poblacin ha
aumentado por lo menos en
15 millones de habitantes.
La Comisin de Administra-
cin Militar en la China me-
ridional ha emitido un docu-
mento muy franco, en el cual
admite que el actual caos en
la agricultura se debe directa-
mente en parte, a la radical
reforma agraria implantada por
Pekn.
La comisin na ordenado la
suspensin de la confiscacin
de propiedades a terratenien-
tes con "el objeto de mantener
la produccin'* y dice que los
campesinos podrn pagar los
impuestos en algodn, tabaco y
otros productos en lugar da
cereales.
El documento sugiere tambin
la posibilidad que los chinos ro-
jos tengan que recurrir a "una
nueva poltica econmica", co-
mo hizo Rusia durante la d-
cada despus de 1920.
URGENTE
Plan p*ra proteger loa intereses de loa depositan-
tes de la Compaa Fiduciaria do Panam, S.A. y par*
vitar al caos nacional de incalculables repercusiones:
1. Recomendar a loa depositante* aceptar laa acciones
preferidas de B 10.00 cada una en pago del valor
de aua depsitos.
2. Por cada accin proferida se entregar una accin
comn ain valor nominal con derecho a voto.
3. Se anularn laa acciones comunes que actualmente
ae encuentran en poder de loa accionistas originales
a quienes ae los entregar en cambio una accin
comn ain valor nominal con derecho a voto.
4. Como para la Nacin antera y particularmente para
loa depositantes del Banco Fiduciario es de vital
importancia reabrir Jas puertea del Barco cuanto
antea y para olio es preoiao que loa depositantes
firmn los formularioa de aceptacin de ato plan
que autorizan la transformacin de aua depsitos en
acciones, urge firmar estos formularios uanto
antea.
5. El Banco empezar a funcionar nuevamente TAN
PRONTO como estn firmados loa formularios res-
pectivos, los cuales ae encuentran listos para su
firma on laa oficinas del Banco Fiduciario, donde
I Direotor General, Don Justo Fabio Arosemena,
tendr aumo placer en aclarar cualquier punto so-
bre ol plan recomendado.
Se recomienda a todos los depositantes que pasen
a las oficinas del Banco a fin de que' se cumplan todas
las formalidades neoesarias antea de que tenga lugar la
Asamblea General de Accionistas el dfa lunea 9 de
Abril del presante ao.
JUSTO FABIO AROSEMENA
Director General
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Hf6fN/CO WIDOW ~


JTEVES, ABRIL 5. 1S51
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
-AGINA TREf
A pesar de la lucha en Corea
Formosa an est en peligro
Estn esperando
la oportunidad
para invadirla
TAIPEI, Formosa, abril 3.
(UP) Fuentes Wen informa-
das dijeron que hay una con-
tinua afluencia de refuerzos co-
munistas desde Manchuria a
Corea, pero el peligro de la
invasin de Formosa todava
existe.
La ms reciente informacin
llegada a los cuarteles naciona-
listas confirman los Informes
coreanos que los rojos chinos
ae estn concentrando para
otro esfuerzo de arrojar a las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
de Corea.
El informe dice que seis ejr-
citos del Oeneral Liu Po- Chen
salieron de Szechuan, y tres
de stos ya estn en Corea.
Uno se encuentra en Hankow,
en China esperando transpor-
tes y otros dos ya estn en ca-
mino desde Hankow a Corea.
La misma fuente dice que 3
ejrcitos estn en Manchuria
o en el Norte de China espe-
rando transportes. Dijo, sin em-
bargo, que el grueso principal
del Ejrcito de Chen Yi se en-
cuentra en Fukien y Chekiang
frente a Osan, debidamente a-
pertrechados.
Se cree que los rojos chinos
estn esperando la oportunidad
de atacar a Formosa. El tiem-
po mejorar dentro de quince
das en los estrechos de For-
mosa y los rojos chinas estn
fabricando juncos a motor, or-
ganizando sus milicias y los
Juncos a vela estn siendo or-
ganizados en unidades milita-
res. Los aeropuertos en Foo-
chow y otras ciudades estn
siendo reacondicionados y una
nueva red de comunicaciones
est siendo establecida.
Sin embargo, los informes
dice nque los rojos no intenta-
rn una invasin a Formosa to-
dava. Ellos necesitan ms tro-
pas para tener xito en su in-
tento y todava se duda que
tengan un podero areo ade-
cuado.
Es posible que los rojos se
estn preparando para iniciar
una campaa para ganar el
control de todas las Islas cerca
a la costa, especialmente Que-
moy y Chekiang.
Se est organizando una fuer-
za area internacional bajo la
direccin conjunta de Los ru-
sos, chinos y coreanos, la cual
est operando con las las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas en
Cocea hasta el presente. Esta
Nuevos experimentos
luz sobre origen
Por PIERRE C. FRALEV
(N.A.N.A.)
FILADKLFIA, Abril (EPS)
Los cientficos de la Escuela de
Medicina Jefferson de esta ciu-
dad han informado reciente-
mente el resultado de nuevos ex-
i perimentos que arrojan luz so-
bre el origen de ciertos tipos de
cncer. ,
Ellos prueban que el cancer
puede ser transmitido por una
nfima partcula de una clula
enferma. Por primera vez se ha
demostrado que una fraccin de
clula aparte de los virus
tenga la capacidad de transmi-
tir la enfermedad.
Las Investigaciones que se lie-
fuerza area est compuesta
por rusos, chinos, filipinos, Ja-
poneses y norcoreanos.
Esta fuerza no est dedica-
da a combates exclusivos en
Corea, sino que opera en toda
China o donde le Indique la
Junta de control con cuarteles
en Mukden.
Fuentes bien formadas dije-
ron que los aviones de retro-
propulsin son piloteados por
rusos y que varios aviones de
bombardeo tambin son pilo-
teados por los rusos.
Se dice que los rusos han
prometido contribuir con tres
mil aviones para esta fuerza
area, pero hasta el presente
los soviticos no han podido
cumplir la promesa.
van a cabo en la mencionada
escuela mdica han sido dirigi-
das por los doctores Joseph
Stasney, profesor de patologa,
Abraham Cantarow, profesor
de bioqumica y Karl E. Pasch-
kls, profesor de medicina. Su
trabajo es apoyado por dona-
clones del Instituto Americano
del cncer, el Servicio de Sa-
lubridad Pblica de los Estados
Unidos y la Sociedad America-
na de Lucha Contra el Cncer.
Los Investigadores han tra-
bajado con un tipo de tumor
conocido como "linfosarcoma
Murphy," que es producido en
las ratas utilizadas en los la-
boratorios por medio de una
inyeccin qumica. Este tipo
de tumor puede ser transplan-
tado de una rata a otra con
gran facilidad. '
Cuando las clulas cancero-
sas son introducidas debajo de
la piel de una rata, se desarro-
lla en el ochenta por ciento
de los casos uno o varios
tumores. Cerca del diez por
ciento de los animales sufren
de leucemia tambin. La leu-
cemia es una enfermedad del
tipo canceroso, que afecta es-
Eecialmente a los glbulos
leos de la sangre.
Los cientficos tomaron c-
lulas cancerosas de las ratas,
dividindolas luego en partes
pequesimas. Esta fu hecho
mientras las clulas estaban
sometidas a temperaturas ex-
cesivamente bajas, para que
arrojan
del encer
no se modificaran sus caracte-
j ristlcas.
Las clulas fueron puestas
I en centrfugas y lavadas con
diversas soluciones. Cuando se
tuvo la seguridad de que ha-
ban sido divididas todo lo po-
sible, se seleccionaron los hilos
de cromatlna que encierran las
caractersticas hereditarias de
las clulas, los cuales fueron
inyectados debajo de la piel de
ciento treinta y cuatro ratas.
De ellas, cuarenta y cuatro,
o sea la tercera parte, sufrieron
I de cncer linftico. Y diecinue-
ve de ellas sufrieror tambin
de leucemia.
El porcentaje relativamente
de las que sufrieron ambas en-
fermedades es una tvldencla
Importante en apoyo de la te-
sis de que la cromatlna sola
i transmiti el cncer.
Los experimentadores qui-
sieron asegurarse de que no se
transplant ninguna clula
completa, tomando todas las
precauciones necesarias para
ello.
El alto porcentaje de ratas
que sufrieron de leucemia
tienda a probar que sus cui-
dados dieron el fruto deseado,
porque en otras pruebas, cuan-
do se usaron clulas enteras,
solamente un diez por ciento
de las ratas sufrieron de leuce-
mia, en tanto que en estos
otros experimentos la propor-
cin fu de cuarenta y tres por
La lucha del Occidente y el
Soviet no tiene precedente
en la historia del Universo
NUESTRA PREOCUPACIN ES
QUITARLE A UD. LAS SUYAS
en CONSTRUCCIONES
30 AOS DE EXPERIENCIA Y DE
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RAPIDEZ
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CONSTRUCTORA MARTINZ S. A.
AVENIDA NORTE 83
TELEFONO 2-0610
Per PAUL RYNAUD
(De la N.A.N.A.)
(Ex Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores de Francia)
PARIS, Abril (EPS) Un
mundo solo, dijo Wendell Will-
kie durante la guerra. Pero se
equivocaba. El mundo estaba
ya dividido en dos. La lucha
comn de Rusia y las demo-
cracias por ganar la guerra
ocultaba la divisin, Mosc ha-
ba quedado siendo la Meca de
una nueva fe que satisfaca la
envidia que los pobres han te-
ido siempre de los ricos. El
mismo da en que Stalin fu
atacado, en 1941, por su cm-
plice Hitler, con quien ya se
habla dividido a Polonia, aqul
les orden a todos los creyen-
tes en el comunismo, en Euro-
pa y en todo el mundo, que
dejasen de minar la moral de
sus propios pases denuncian-
do la guerra contra Hitler co-
mo imperialista, y que hicie-
sen sacrificios supremos para
salvar a su verdadera patria,
la Unin Sovitica, del grav
peligro en que se encontraba.
Obedecieron la orden, en Fran-
cia como en todo el mundo.
Despus de Ib. victoria, tuvo lu-
gar otro cambio de poltica. Los
comunistas recibieron una nue-
va orden de minar de nuevo la
moral y el podero econmico
de sus respectivos pases a fin
de crear las condiciones para
la revolucin social que los so-
viticos lanzarn algn da y
para la cual'ellos darn la or-
den.
El odio y la envidia' entre las
ciento.
Todava no ha podido des-
cubrirse cmo es que la croma-
lina provoca en las clulas sa-
nas el cambio canceroso. Se
supone que es mediante un
proceso de "mutacin dirigida,"
es decir, que po es ocaclonal o
accidental, sino siguiendo l-
i neas bien definidas que trans-
forman las clulas sanas en
cancerosas. .
Los i mismos investigadores
sealan que bay centenares de
productos qumicos capaces de
provocar el cncer. Igualmente
sealan la Importancia de los
resultados obtenidos con sus
experimentos, que prueban que
la enfermedad no es producida
solamente por virus, como se
crea, sino tambin por frac-
ciones aun infinitesimales de
clulas cuyas caractersticas
han sido afectadas por distin-
tos factores.
clases sociales y entre los pue-
blos se babian visto aumenta-
do por los sufrimientos causa-
dos por una guerra total segui-
da de otra con slo un breve
Intervalo entre ambas. La pro-
paganda del odio llevada a ca-
bo por los comunistas encon-
tr un mundo listo a aceptar-
la... El grito de combate del
Japn durante la guerra, "Asia
para los asiticos", se escucha-
ba an y cada vez suena mas
alto. En diciembre de 1950 los
soldados chinos destacados en
Corea peleaban como fanticos
para echar al mar a los ejrci-
tos de los orgullosos blancos
que los habian dominado du-
rante tanto tiempo con fuerzas
expedicionarias e islas, llama-
das concesiones, establecidas
en medio del territorio chino.
Hablan de Justicia estos blan-
Carne de ballena
se populariza en
Estados Unidos
NUEVA JERSEY, abril 5 P.)Aprovechndose del alto
precio de la carne vacuna, una
compaa importadora norte-
americana esta tratando de po-
pularizar el consumo de carne
de ballena en los Estados Unidos
y realiz su primer experimento
en gran escala, el que aparen-
temente dio resultados satisfac-
torios.
La compaa obsequi al res-
taurante de la compaa de te-
lfonos de Nueva Jersey con 60
libras de carne de ballena. MU
, empleados la probaron y la ma-
yora asegur que tiene virtual-
mente- el mismo sabor que la
| carne vacuna.
El restaurante la sirvi asada
i y el Vlce-Presidente de la com-
i paia de telfonos, J. B. McCu-
; lien declar que "me supo lo
1 mismo que la carne asada co-
: rriente".
La compaa que est impor-
tando carne de ballena de Is-
lamita dijo que sta tiene dos
! ventajas sobre la carne vacuna:
1)No tiene hueso ni grasa.
2)El precio es alrededor de
' la mitad del de la carne vacu-
na. Calclase que el precio al
por mayor de la carne de balle-
I na ser de 30 a 35 centavos la
I libra.
eos?, se preguntaban. Acaso noi
es el primero de nuestro dere-
chos echar a los blancos de
Asia? Acaso no el primero de |
nuestros deberes esparcir por 1
todas partes la nueva religin
que tiene su sumo sacerdote en)
Mosc? No es ste, agregaban.)
el camino a seguir para liberar
el Asia?
Los norteamericanos que en- >
vlaron a sus hijos a que los'
mataran a miles de millas de
su propio continente, sin nln-!
gn motivo pfoista. slo con
la esperanza le castigar a un!
agresor injusto, se han ganado;
la admiracin y el respeto de
los hombres libres del mundo.'
Seria maravilloso que pudiesen '
detener la ola del comunismo
en todas partes. Pero ninguna|
poltica es mejor que el ejr-
cito que la respalda. Y los nor-
teamericanos no han tenide
las fuerzas armadas nacesarla:
para apoyar esta poltica. Nc
han podido "mantener la Oa?
en todas partes del mundo"
como defini el general Bra-
dley su propsito en 1950. Nr
poda intervenir en el lugar
y en el momento escogidos pot
el enemigo. El fracaso de Ir "
gran empresa de Corea hasta '
ahora entraa el de los cln- _
cuenta y tres pases miembro*.'.J
de las Naciones Unidas qur-
respaldaron dicho esfuerzo, j
afecta la fe de todos ellos en
la seguridad colectiva...
Fin de la Primera Parte r..,
lo preocupa lo
.alud do fu hijo.
y J canta pronto duerme
mil (ti trial? Aydelo ce*
CCREGEN! La ciencia mdica
he descubierto que la cauta
de le debilidad, nerviosidad y
del apetito caprichoso qua tu**
Ion afligir e lot nilot, frecuen-
temente te debe a nutricin
defecteoee. quo tut alimento
carecen de lot mineral** nece-
tariot ptre tu desarrollo norma!.
La talud d* tu ho *t de tu-, |
remo inter* pare utted.
Su deber el cultiver en el un
cuerpo vigorlo que contribuya
a tu xito y felicidad futuro*...
laydelo con Ceregen! .. re*
n mmer.le necetariot para la
alud y *l crecimiento norm ti.
Ct inofontivo, agradable y ptam
djuce rpido retultadoa.
Contult* e tu odie* para
lo proscribe el agradable
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y
fabrica los colores fantsticos
En riqueza de color y belleza duradera...
nuda en el mundo puede igualar el
entalle de uas Re Ion.' I'orque Re Ion es
verdadero esmalte, y no laca o barniz
ordinario. Y, qu puede rivalizar con el
seductor atractivo que Ret Ion imparte a
los labios? Numerosa* pruebas han
demostrado que el color del creyn de
labios Ret Ion se adhiere por ms
tiempo.' L lia tez que usted huya probada*
Reclon comprobara por qu, en el
mundo entero, ms mujeres usan Retlott
que i-ualquier otro esmalte de uas
o lpiz labial.


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X PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIKNT
JUEVES, ABRIL 5, 1951

- CRUCIGRAMA -
t~ H 1 4 5 6 7 '| |T"Io-r 111
2 13
15 16 17 18
19 4 25 20 23
21 26 el 22 28
29 30 31
32 35 38 34
37
39 40- 41 42 43
44 46 45
I" 48 1
SO I *
Un grave incidente estuvo
a punto de provocarse en
Santiago en una reunin
Los huelguistas del Instituto de
Verano s realizaron violaciones
HORIZONTALES:
1Isla del mar de Irlanda.
4Naturales de Mauretanla.
9Entregar.
; 12Demostrativo.
13Siervos espartanos.
14Letra castellana.
15Tiburones pequeos.
17Animales carniceros.
. 19Reconociera.
20Nombre de mes.
\21Cabeza de ganado.
22Amarre.
23Negacin. Inv.
24Aspirar con el olalo.
26Preposicin.
28Constelacin.
29rbol conilero.
30Altar.
31Preparar la tierra para
cultivo.
32Del verbo atar.
33Monte de Grecia.
34Del verbo tasar.
35Caso de pronombre.
36Crculo o redondel.
37Conforme a su original.
38Nombre de mujer.
40Respuesta de los dioses
paganos.
44Del verbo nadar.
45Manjar antillano a base
de maz
46Teminacin de autentativo.
47Parte pequesima de
materia.
49En el mar.
50Nmero.
51Lineas trigonomtricas.
52Religiosa.
VERTICALES:
1Ciudad sagrada musulmana
I 2Residencia, morada, Inv.
' 3Natural de Na/areth.
4Depsitos de minerales.
5Igual al 24 horizontal.
6Flor.
. 7Organizacin Tradicional,
Inic.
', 8Antesala.
J 9Tiene deudas
< 10Cariosas.
J 11Del verbo resonar.
.16Cerro en medio de un llano
J18Uno, en Ingls.
22Altares.
24Como el palo, Pl.
.25Que cultiva la literatura.
28Aade.
.27Del verbo arar.
?2P,Igual al 40 horizontal, pero
', en plural
31Regin de la antigua
Grecia.
33Arenales.
36Nombre de mujer.
37Isja griega del Archipilago
39Tiempo transcurrido desde
el nacimiento.
40Nombre de varios empera-
dores alemanes.
41Ramillete.
42Alelado.
43Atreverse.
48Confusin
' "> OH AV.K
Varios Profesores relatan
los casos en los cuales
tuvieron que intervenir
A una seora en estado grvido la amenazaron con
darle de punta-pies si iba a los exmenes
El Ministerio de Educacin
haba decidido que podan
ir a exmenes en la Normal
blQJUL! UldU UUU
ejmnfi ninn mu mi:
A CHEPO
4 de Abril de
del
PASEO
Panam Viejo,
1951.
Seor
Director de la Seccin
Interior del Peridico
El Panam Amrica.
Respetado Seor:
El Comit de Moradores de
Panam Viejo agradecer que
anuncie en su muy leido pe-
ridico el Paseo que se lleva-
r a cabo el Domingo 8 del
presente, en la pintoresca po-
blacin 'de Chepo. .
Se invita a todas las Socie-
dades Civlcas del Interior para
que nos honren con su pre-
sencia y cooperen con el pro-
blema de acercamiento. Se
ruega a todos los interesados
que deben reunirse en el sa-
ln de sesiones el Domingo a
las 6 a.m.
Agradecindole de antemano
la acogida que le brinde a la
presente, me es grato suscri-
birme como su atta. y s.s.
Josefina Vsquez,
Secretarla General.
SANTIAGO, Abril 5. Co-
rresponsal. En relacin con
las declaraciones de los huel-
guistas en el sentido de que
no habia ocurrido actos de vio-
lencia en el Instituto de Ve-
rano, y que no se habia ame-
nazado ni agredido a las alum-
nas quo haban deseado irse,
se nos han hecho las siguien-
tes declaraciones por parte de
algunos profesores. El Profesor
Carlos M. Moreno manifest
que el sbado en la maana,
el Director del Instituto de Ve-
rano se acerc a la Biblioteca
que estaba bloqueada con va-
rias mesas, y alli la seora
Vsquez Cobo manifest en voz
alta al Dr. Cantn que ella y
varios compaeros queran pre
sentar examen. Inmediatamen-
te fu agredida por varios in-
dividuos del grupo, hombres y
mujeres, quienes le halaron el
cabello, le rompieron el male-
tn de los libros, mientras ella
llamaba a su mam que es-
taba por loa alrededores des-
pus al ir al internado contl-
que los alumos maestros ha-
ban bloqueado la entrada del
Internado, y que fu necesario
que un Sargento de Polica
hiciera valer su autoridad pa- .
ra que un muchacho sacara las, nos podan retirarse
SANTIAGO, Abril 5. Co-
rresponsal. En la maana
de hoy el Director del Insti-
tuto de Verano, Dr. Alfredo
Cantn ley un telegrama del
Ministro de Educacin en el
que se lep peda comunicar a
los estudiantes de aquellos que
desearan presentar exmenes
podian hacerlo y que los al un-
a sus ca-
maietas de unas maestras que
queran irse. El Profesor Ro-
mero inform que la seora
Manuela de Heckadn Insisti
en presentar examen y el
maestro Blas Snchez se le fu
sas despus de presentarlos.
Una vez leido el telegrama, el
Director pregunt a los alum-
nos quines queran presentar
exmenes y ninguno se levan-
enclma con intencin de pe-; ln el Concejo de Profeso-
garle, lo cual no pudo logfar I f.1"Lt ict?M,2?rJ2
por la intervencin de la Po-
llcia. Relat asimismo el caso
de la Seora Ceferina de Ro-
jas, quien se encuentra en a-
vanzado estado de gravidez, a
quien amenazaron con' darle
punta pie si se atreva a pre-
sentar exmenes. 7,a Secretarla
del Instituto Profesora Patsy
de Camp, manifest que haba
sido ultrajada de palabras por
los alumnos, quienes haban
hasta lesionado su honor. Los
Profesores dijeron que muchos
otros casos se registraron los
cuales seria largo relatar pe-
nuaron insultndola por lo que | ro que sobre todas las cosas,
se desmay. Fu necesario en- \ y en ello estuvieron de acuer-
tonces que el Dr. Cantn Ro-
mero y un empleado de la Se-
cretaria fueran a prestarle
proteccin a la seora Vsquez
Cobo para que sacara sus en-
seres le internado.
El Profesor Eulogio Quinte-
ro manifest que l tuvo que .,,_.,.. ...
acompaar a las jvenes Eme- ]de solucionarles los problemas
rita y Enllda Flazlng, porque. pendientes a los maestros has-
miembros de esa entidad apro-
baron una mocin en el sen-
tido de que se diera apoyo
amplio al Dr. Alfredo Cantn
por considerar que su actua-
cin frente a la Institucin ha
sido correcta y Justa. Los
Miembros del Comit de Huel-
ga nombraron una Comisin
para que entregara al Dr. Can-
tn un pliego de aspiraciones
el cual seria base para un
arreglo inmediato, alli se estl-
pulaba como primer punto que
el Instituto de Verano fuma
una dependencia de la Escue-
la Norma!. Que se dictara un
proyecto de Decreto Ley que
8ANTIAGO. Abril 5, Co-
rresponsal. Un grave Inci-
dente estuvo a punto de pro-
vocarse en sta ciudad, con
motivo de la convocatoria a
una sesin extraordinaria del
Consejo Municipal en la cual
los liberales creyeron que se
trataran asuntos de ndole
poltica. Segn se nos inform,
el Gobernador de la Provin-
ce, don Ignacio de L. Valds.
pidi que se convocara el Con-
cejo a sesin extraordinaria
con motivo de que era nece-
sario votar la partida con que
el Municipio debe ayudar a la
delegacin que debe participar
en el campeonato de Base Ball
Amateur de la Repblica. Y
como quiera que el evento
mencionado se celebrar' el
Domingo prximo se estim
conveniente convocar la sesin.
Inmediatamente los miembros
del Partido Liberal se acerca-
ron al recinto del Concejo en
actitud amenazante hicieron
retirar a sus copar tldar los.
Ms tarde debido a amenazas
del Alcalde Riera Pnula con-
tra el Gobernador hubo un
serlo Incidente entre el Agente
del Banco Agropecuario, Don
el Alcalde.
cejo la Comisin, porque, se-
gn manifest el seor Andrs
Castillo. Secretarlo General de
la Unin de Maestros Rura-
les, quien parece ser el autor
del Pliego de Aspiraciones. I Aristldes Urea y
Ellos esatban dedicados a nom-
brar unos Comits Provincia-
les Pro-Huelga. Los alumnos
han continuado abandonando
la Escuela Normal, as como
ven que no hay ninguna po-
sibilidad de resolver el proble-
ma de los exmenes y sobre
todo porque hoy a las cinco y
media termin el horario ofl-
(Pasa a la pgina 7, Columna 3)
Ordenan en Chepo
que se pinten i
todas las casas
CHEPO, Abril 5. Corres
ponsal. El Honorable Alcal-
de del Distrito ha ordenado la
pintura de las casas, a fin da
mantener el ornato de la po-
blacin y la limpieza en loa
edificios, para el cumplimien-
to de esta disposicin ha dao
un plazo prudencial, cuyo ven-
cimiento termina el 15 de ju-
nio del corriente ao. Creemos
muy atinada la disposicin del
Alcalde Delgado y es de espe-
rarse de que la poblacin en-
tera preste su eficaz coopera-
cin. Ojal que a la realidad
de fsta Otra dictar una dis-
posicin adecuada ordenando 6)
pidiendo a sus respectivos due-
os la demolicin de algunas
casas viejas en verdadera rui-
na y en plena corazn del
pueblo cuyo aspecto ruinoso
clama por su destruccin.
TEATRO
ANCN
PRESENTA
LA REINA DE LAS SIRENAS
ESTHER WILLIAMS
PREFIF:
HOY
do todos los dems profesores o^-anizara el curso en forma
presentes, queran protestar i definitiva, que se bajara el
por la manera tan vulgar y
grosera como se trat al Dr.
Alfredo Cantn, Director del
Instituto de Verano, quien en
todo momento habia
tenderse
la
por
i que demostraron.
no queran dejarlas salir, no
solo del internado sino tampo-' ta cuando fue imposible n-
eo del pueblo. < Estas seoritas1
tambin tuvieron que pedir la
Eroteccin de la Polica. Tam-
ln dijo el Profesor Quinte-
ro que la Diputada de Angul-
zola le pidi proteccin para;
su hermana, porque un maes- i
tro habia tratado de golpearla.!
La Profesora Olga de Trevl-
sanl, tambin fu Irrespetada,
cuando al sacar sus maletas
para retirarse a Panam, s-
tas le fueron arrebatadas por
los estudiantes teniendo que i
intervenir la Polica y el Dr.
Cantn.
El Profesor Argote declar 1
precio de la Pensin y algu-
nos otros artculos ms. Al re-
cibir la Comisin el Dr. Can-
tn manifest que como los
V'r'tart i comisionados aspiraban a que
l los acompaara ante el Mi-
nistro y l (Cantni no poda
separarse del Instituto, les a-
consej que se dirigieran al
Consejo de Profesores, reunido
a la sazn, para que ste re-
intransigencla! olvfcra 1 nombraba dos pro-
i fesores en esa Comisin. Los
| Maestros no enviaron al Con-
HOY
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if iiii up i
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SE VENDE:Un cilindro moderno pa-
ra panoderia. marca 'CHAMPION';
uno Registradora de teclas. PANI-
FICADORA Y DULCERA "LA FA-
VORITA." Calle 21 Oeste No. 13.
E VENDEN:Clavos, acara 4 re-
ruano, tubera nafra, lavatorios.
inaVosa. etc., a los majaras pre-
cios en ploio on la Censtructsre
Tropical, S. A. en el comanse ala la
carretera Tronsstmico, Telfonos
3-171S y 3-0226.
SI VENDEN:Pinturas de acalla y
ala aflua da la (amasa marca
EVERSEAL. dlttribtruJeres exclusi-
vos an Panana, la Constructora
Tropical, S. A. en al cemianaa ata
la corratero Trensstmicn, Telf-e-
nas 3-171S y 3-0226.
cabemos da recibir alambra ala pas
o B .8.50 el relio, descuentos es-
peciales a comerciantes estableci-
dos Constructora Tropical. S. A.,
en al comfenso ale la carretera
Transistmica. Talfanas 3-17IS y
3-0226.
-4-
PERFUMES DE WU.LINOMYRE
2-fromos
Escoja su favorito perfumen de flores.
TRIKKY, JASMIN. ORANGE BLOS-
SOM. RED ROSE. GARDENIA,
NARCISUS. ORIENTAL, FAUN.
SPRING FLOWERS. Vendido en
Farmacias y en Perfmenos.- Pre-
cios populores.
Ofrecemos un lote ele tubera elctrico
I". I Vi" y 2" a 1.0.23, B.0.37 y
B 0.49 el pie. Alombre de cobre
ocoroiodo: No. 10'o B. 107.00.
No. 8 o B.l 17.00, No. o 8.254.00
el millar de pies, respectivamente.
Drefueria Gomles Revillo Telfo-
nos 2-3IU 2-3113 2-3H.
Fl Canal de Ponomi ofrece en vento
>ajo postura sellodc:' que han de
cbnrse o las 10:30 de la moona del
da 18 de abril de 1951. un carrito
elctrica de cargo, una mquina'mol-
deadora de masa, una mquina recti-
-icadora de vlvulas, uno mquina
edificadora de asientos de vlvulas,
V dos acumuladores paro carrito de
carga, situados 'en el Almocn de
Cristbal, telfono 3-1265. Tambin
:e ofrecen en venta 12 acumulado-
res pora corros elevadoras, una expri-
ndiora elctrica paro fotografas, si-
luodos en lo Seccin I. Almacn de
Balboa, telfono 2-3110. Se podrn
obtener dos formularios en que ha
rer los postura de los lugares ya in-
dicados, o del despacho del Superin-
tendente de Almocenes en Balboo, te-
fono 2-2777.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
CUESTA MENOS!
Alquile un Carre
Manjele V.
Imafinase!
'er poseer 10 horas. Monejando Ud..
recorriendo 60 millos, con veras
familiares, si Ud. ejuiere, per salo
.9.64. Corre asegurada. Llamo
Tel. 2-1995. Corete Elias.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Casa de
campo en Chorrera lEi Coco) Tel.
3-0255.
Quien tenga dinero y quiera hacerse
de un lote terreno 11 500 metros;,
barato. Informe Avenida 6, 73.
SE VENDECasa nueva* de dos apar-
tamentos espaciosos de dos rec-
maras, en "El Cangrejo" cerco i
Va Espaa. B/.24,500. Tiene hipo-
teca B/.4.000. Excelente construc-
cin. ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
Frente a 'la cantina "Gloria" _de Sa-
ponita vendo una casa mixto. Am-
plio terreno titulado, cercodo. Pre-
cio de ocasin,
SE VENDE:Chalet de 3 recmaras
en Calle 39. B/. 18,750. Hipoteca
de B/.4.000. puede aumentarse
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Uno oportunidad po-
ra sus nias durante este mes. Ca-
sa amueblada en la playo en San-
ta Clara. Tel. Balboa 2820 vea
el administrador.
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.
Seorito sola desea pieza amueblada
en cosa de familia honoroble. In-
formes apartado 1805.
SE DESEA:Compror piano usado.
Buenas condiciones. Tel. 3-2765.-
Lo Joyera Amrica necesita agentes
vendedores de club. Se compra oo
viejo. Calle "L", frente Parque
Lessep.
SE DESEA:Cambiar cuarto de 18
dolaras por uno ms barato. Solicite
en Colle 19 Central, Caso 9 alto.
Pregunte, por Senio Guerrero de 5
a 6.
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.
i Surtido completo de pinnera*
j barnice*
\SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Ave. Noria H Tal !-*ia
rtlo asea No. 1Tel 3-1024
Aviso Judicial
EDICIO EMPLAZATORIO
Kl Jjet que suacribt. Tercero -del cir-
cuito de Panama, por medio del peseme,
al pblico.
HACK SABER:
Que en el juicio de sucs-non Inleatlda
de Lewis H. trewiler st> ha dictado uto
cuya parte resolutiva del tenor si-
guiente:
'JUZGADO TERCERO DEL CIRCUI-
TO.Panam, marco cinco de mil nove-
cientos cincuenta y uno.
VISTOS: .........................
Por tanto, el Juex que usoribe, Tci-
cero del Circuito de Panam, adminis-
trando justicia en nombre de la Rep-
blica y por autoridad1 de la Ley. DECLA-
RA:
Que est abierta la sucMn intestada
?e Lewis H Oretviler. desde el 11 Je
uo de 11(46. fecha de su fallecimiento:
Qua son sus herederos, sin perjuicio
de terceros, los seora* Clarence Ore-
wiler. Ethel Mehaffey y Eatelle M. Couf.
fer. y ORDENA:
Que compereiesn a estar a derecha- en
el juicio todas las personas que tensan
alfn inters en e'. y
Que se fije y publique el edicto de
qua trata el articulo 1101 del Codito
Judicial. ,
Copies* y Notifique, (Fdo ) Rubn
P. Crdoba, i Fdo ) Carlos Ivo Zifs,
Srio.*'
Tor tanto, para sjue sirva da foraal
notificacin se fijaf 1 presente edicto en
iiiaar publico de esfa secretan y copias
del mismo se entraban a parte intere-
sada para su debida publicacin.
Panam. Mano C de 1951.
El Jues.
abas. D Cardaba.
Kl Secretario.
(Fda.) Carlas Iva ZAtaa.
Es fiel copia.
Panam. Harto de 1911.
Par Carlas Ivn ZAiga.
Srio.
AVISO DE REMATE
El amerito, Secretario del Justado
del Cirauite de Veraguas, en funciones
de Alguacil Ejecutor, al pblico.
HACE SABER:
Que en al juicio ejecutivo aeguido' por
Rosala viuda de Hojica contra Dominio
Mojie-a, ae ha sealado el da veintieua- j
ro de abril para que tenga lugar el >c-!
mata de loa bienea embargados en dicha :
ej* ucin esos bienes een:
Doce hectreas eTa terreno en la Finca
Na. Sstts), inscrita al folio 142 del Tomo
359. Seccin de la Propiedad. Provincial
de Veraguas, ubicado en el Corregimiento
de La Colorada, Distrito de Santiago. I
denominado "El Patio de la Casa" I
alinderada asi: Norte. Piara de la po- '
blacin de Im Colorada; Sur. camino de
La* Lomas y Miguel Rodrigue!.
V la rasa da techo da tejaa. paredes i
de ladrillos y piso da mosaicos y ce-1
ment, con su cocina y excusado, que1
hay construida en dicho terreno, todo lo
coal tiene un valor que ae ha estimado '
en la suma de DOS MIL SETECIENTOS
CINCUENTA BALBOAS Se admitirn posturas que cubran las
dos terceras partes da ese avalo, y para
'.abultarse como postor se requiera con-
signs r previamente en el deepacho el
SV da: anfsm.
Laa propuestas aa harn da las ocho
fl) da la Mafia na del dia sealado, has-[
ta las cuatro 1*4) de la tarde; de esta;
hora an adelanta ae oirn laa pujaa y
repujas que haigan loa proporentea. hata
hacer la adjudicacin al mejor r-ostor.
Santiago, treinta da mano de mil no-
vecientos cincuenta un"
HECTOR PINILLA H.
Secretaria Ad-Inie.iai.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Carguera con expe-
riencia para viajar al exterior, in-
til presentarse sin referencios. Calle
50 No. 30. olios.
SE NECESITA:Empleado blanca con
buenas leferencias y buenos moda-
les que sepa lavar y planchar. Cha-
let Carmenla. Calle 10a. y Ave.
7a. Portillo.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, para dorm.r en. la casa.
Familia pequea. Intil prasertfarse
sin recomendaciones. Calle' 52 Es-
te No. 15.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para tra-
bojo de casa que. sepa cocinar y
duerma en empleo. Calle la. No.
13.
SE NECESITA:Carguero para nia
de dos aos y medio que sepa bien
el oficio y tenga recomendacin.
Edad 30 a 55 aos. Calle 52 final
con Colle Ricardo Arias, Cosa 22,
Campo Alegre
SE NECESITA:Empleado con refe-
rencios pqra oficios domsticos.
Ocurra a Vio Espaa No. 118.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos de una
y dos recmaras. Tel. 3-0235. Ca-
lle 50 No. 23.
SE NECESITA;Empleada para servi-
cio y cocina. Referencias debe dor-
mir' en el trabajo. Calle 49 Este
No. 24.
SE NECESITA:Una cocinera que se-
pa disponer, lavar y plortchar paro
2 personas. Intil presentarse sin
recomendaciones de familia pana-
mea. Preferible nicaragense. Bol-
boa. Carr St. No. 1423.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada pora
e! servicio de Id casa que tenga
referencias, tiene que dormir en el
empleo. Buen sueldo. Calle 51 Este
No, 13, Edificio "Rosa Marina."
Fami|ia Az.-ak.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE::Camin de estacas de
1 Vi toneladas, marca Chevrolet
1942, impuestos pagos. Llame The
Texos Company (Ponomi) Inc.
Tal. 2-0620.
SE VENDE.Corro DeSoto cincuenta,
muy buenos condicios. Dirjase, a
Jos A. Ramirez. Ave. A No. 6, 2o.
piso alte.
SE VENCE:Ford 1949. cuatro puer-
tas en perfecto estado. Para infor-
mas: Garage Casino, Ave. Cenfrol
291.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomentos, ooi
racimaras, sola comedor, ventilado,
cntricamente situado. Compona F.
Icizi, Avenida "B" 79.
3SE-ALQUILA: Magnifico aparta-
mento, todos los comodidades y
transporte a la mpno. Precio B/.35.
Calle 15 San Francisco No. 3. Tal.
2-3239.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moderno
sala comedor, dos racimaras, patio
garage B/.75.00. Via Espaa, Ca-
ll Gerardo Ortega No. 3. Informes:
Arjto. 4.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ave.
Cfntral 74. Informes en telfono
3-0088.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Avenido Centrol 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
SE ALQUILAFresco, moderno apar-
mento de dos recimoros con dos
servicios, tres porches, sala come-
dor, etc. y garage en Calle Gerardo
Ortega No. 9 en Campo Alegre. In-
forme en lo mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento 2 cuar-
tal, bao independiente, cAcina.
Cent-ai 91. Informes: Central 85.
SE .ALQUILA:Apartamento 2 reci-
moros, sola comedor B.60.00. Ave.
Porras 56. Llave opartamento 3.
Tel. 3-0841.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento una re-
cimro, crea hotel "El Panam",
Calle 52'No. 18. Informes: Apto.
No. 8.
SE ALQUILAN:Aportomentos mo-
dernos de dos recamaras, solo-co-
medor, balcn independiente, azo-
ten con lavaderos, B/.60 y B/.S5.
Informes: C. Daz, Calle 25 Este y
Ave. Cuba No. 15, Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE VENDEStudeboker DeLuxe com-
prado nuevo en marzo 194,9, con
cuero, reloj y overdrive. Condicin
excelente, 4 llantas muy buenas,
respuesto regu.or. Derecho pagado.
B/. 1.400.00. Tel. 2-0369 o Trepi-
cal Motors.
SE VENDE: Ultimo modelo 1948
Buick Special. Derechos pagos. En
perfecta scondiciones mecnicos,
excelente opariencia. Manejado por
una sola persono. 1 r.200 millos.
Tel. Ponomi 3-1755.
SE ALQUILA;Local en colle 3a.
No. 15. propio para oficina o de-
ptsito. pora informes Home tel-
fono 3-1147. ________________
SE ALQUILA:Garoge en Via Espaa
y Calle 46 Informes: Tel. 2-3037.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400. metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Pora
informes llame telfono 3-1147.
i SE ALQUILA:Local apropiado pora
establecimiento comercial. Caso
rVJeva, cntrica. F. Icaza y Cia.
Avenida "8" 79.
SE ALQU'LA:Local para oficina,
erribo del Teatro'-'Cejntra..
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:JMesito de centro para
solo, casi nuevo. Llame Telfono
3-1496 Avenida Mjico No. II.
GANGA! Se vende ua estufa roper,
nueva en 125 balboas. Dirjase a
Colle del Estudionte.No. 82 bajos.
SE VENDE:Uno refrigeradora Servel
Electrolux en perfectas condiciones.
Floristera Sonto Fe. Avenido 4 de
Julio No. 61.
b ALQUILAN.fc*elu.vomente po-
ra oficinas locare cntricos en los
altos de Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten inlor-
mocin ar Almecenes 5 y 10 con-
tuvo*.
r i
SE ALQUILA:Locol amplio, en edi-
. fieles nuevo, para tiendo o comisa-
riato moderno. Dos locles chicos
para oficina. Informes: C. Dioz,
Calle 25 Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15.
Apto. 13!
SE VENDE:Maquina de coser Smger
de pedal. 711-D Cocol.'. Tel. 4220.
SE VENDE:A cualquier precio juego
de comedor, camas gemelas de
caoba. Tel. 3-2765.
GANGA! Juego muebles recimara
como nuevo moderno y tambin co-
mo nio. Colle 34 Este No. 7.
SE VENDE:Un juego de recimara
lujoso, perfectas condiciones, com-
puesto de 7 piezas: Estante 3 cuer-
pos, lineas por dentro. Tel. 3-0098.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora kerosene
9 pies, magnficos condiones,
B/. 100.00 Ingenio: Calle nueva
Domingo Daz No. 9. Entrado des-
pus de le Barriada Vista Hermosa.
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por el
trimestre vencido e1 31 de Marzo
de 1951 debe ser pagada del pri-
mero al 16 de Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
gineer.
En Avenida B, 73. se arreglan cotres,
estufas de mecha o bomba, lim-
poros a gas.
Calzados Floro. 2 zapoteros perma-
nentes. Calle Carlos A. Mendoz
No. 10,
Es usted mujer y quiere trobajor en
oficios domsticos? Con B/.1.00 lo
consigue. Agencia de Colocaciones.
Avenida B. 73.
AVISO Que el velero colombiano
"Rene" sola para Cupica. Arusi v
Suroga. Aceptamos posajeros. Se-
paren pasaje en la Avenida Bo'boa
Cesa I. cuarto 30 altos. Prxima
salida. Abril II da 1951.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Motor de barco 50 H.P.
marca Redwing. Perfecte condi-
cin, completo con eje y hlice.
Gango! Escribo L. E. M. Aptdo.
2857. Cristbal.
PERDIDO
Gratifico con B/. 15.00 o quien de-
vuelva 'loro" extraviado de cosa
129 en la Ave. Central primer alto.
Georga.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Central 91, cuarto con
balcn a la calle para hombre solo.
Pora informes: Central 85.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto propio pa-
ro dos personos sin nio, entrada
independiente. Calle Estudiante
105. arriba Ponodera Ancn.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amueblodo
con alimentacin en casa de fami-
lia. Ave. Per No. 24.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omueblado.
entrada independiente, balcn, casa
moderna. Hombre solo. Calla 17
Oeste No. 70, Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con entrada y
servicio independiente. Ave. Per
No. 24 bajos.
SE ALQUILA:En cosa, de familia,
pieza con o sin muebles; a persona
con referencios. Bella Vista, Colle
45 No. 14.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto omueblodo y
servicio de aseo. Fresco, limpio. Pa-
ra hombre solo. Colla Colombio No.
8, Apjo. 5.
GUIA
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USE SIEMPRE
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De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
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Un nuevo y mejor material
Impermeable fabricado por
los manufactureros de AQUE-
LLA para proteger pinturas
de cemento y alballeria. Es
transparente e Invisible, fcil
de aplicar con brocha o re-
gadera de jardn.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-0140.
Juegos de Servicios
Kohler y Standard ...
Alambre
para gallineros...
Plsticos
lisos y floreados...
Ricardo A. Mir,
J..
Calle 16 Este No. 4 .
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
La maquinaria
papara de sangre la regin de
la herida, sino la contraria.
SI no aparecen evidencias di-
rectas y- se mantienen en sus
versiones tanto Ballis como los
acompaantes de Gonzlez, el
Ministerio Pblico tendr que
recurrir a la prueba circuns-
tancial para preparar una te-
sis de acusacin. Hasta el mo-
mento de entrar en prensa el
peridico. Ballis no habia sido
trasladado a la Crcel Modelo,
segn lo orden el Fiscal Lpez.
Congreso de la
Has. Creole Petroleum, Lago 011
& Transport, International Pe-
troleum del Per y la Esso Co-
lombiana. S.A.
Adems de la asistencia a las
sesiones diarias de la conferen-
cia, los delegados tendrn un
da libre para conocer la ciu-
dad, jugar golf o para salir de
compras.
El seor y la seora de Moore
ofrecern un cocktail en honor
de los delegados en la primera
tarde de la conferencia en el
Patio Panam del Hotel. Otras
actividades sociales incluyen un
buffet-cocktail ofrecido por el
seor Cipriano Paz Rodrguez,
Oerente de la divisin de Pana-
m de la Compaa Centroame-
ricana y la seora de Paz Rodr-
guez en el Panam Golf Club en
honor del Presidente de la Re-
pblica y la Sra. de Arias, asi
como un banquete ofrecido por
el seor y la seora de Moore
en el Hotel El Panam la lti-
ma noche de la conferencia.
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Este #4 Tel. Z-26SS
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
de 1 pulgada
. Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
. Alambre
para gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
Ls dt mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS URDENES.
Rio Abajo 2154Tel. 3-S524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
Es posible que
amenaz en el perodo inme-
rjlato de la post-guerra.
Su declaracin sigue a la pre-
diccin de ayer de Reid Brazell
de la Administracin de Petr-
leos, de que la reduccin de la
calidad de la gasolina para
motores civiles pudiera produ-
cirse en los pocos meses prxi-
mos.
Brazell dijo que la gasolina
de calidad ms baja es inevita-
ble porque los refinadores estn
usando sus abastecimientos de
"Tetraetllo" de plomo muy r-
pidamente y no podrn conse-
gulr ms.
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
PINTAR!
I
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TROPIDURA
Atencin esmerada
oor expertos en pintara
Tono EN PINTURAS
ROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
CLUB DE 67.2.50
e Mesa de comedor, dos
tablas de extensin y 4
sillas (asiento tapizado).
e Cuatro sillas y dos pol-
tronas para comedor. A-
siento y espaldar tapiza-
dos.
e Juego de sala de 6 pie-
zas. Asiento y espaldar
tapizados.
MUEBLERA TURN
Mu*ble Ganado
Mueble Entregado I
Falta de higiene
era realmente repugnante.
En el Mercado de Calidonia,
la situacin era an peor, pues
los bancos de verduras del mer-
cado se encuentran en la acera
y son salpicados desde la calle.
Los precios de lo bancos del
mercado de Calidonia compara-
dos con los del mercado publico
central son los siguientes: En
el mercado de Calidonia los pre-
cios pord ia son treinta centesi-
mos para verduras, noventa por
los de carne, 75 porl os de vege-
tales y tres balboas por los del
pescado. En el mercado pblico,
diez centesimos porl os de huevo,
15 por los de abarrote, 3D por los
de legumbres, 13.50 por mes por
los de carne. Las condiciones del
ultimo son mucho mejores.
La limpieza ha mejorado mu-
cho en el pblico, en donde qui-
z se necesita por lo menos 6
apeadores ms.
Ataque areo
fueran aniquiladas por ataques
areos comunistas lanzados des-
de bases detrs de la frontera
del Rio Yalu que sirve de limite
entre Corea y Manchuria.
Los Estados Unidos, por ra-
zones diplomticas, hasta ahora
se ha abstenido de bombardear
las bases de aviones chinos, de-
bido a que los mismos no han
tomado parte importante en la
guerra de Corea, pero fuentes
autorizadas en Washington pre-
dicen un prximo ataque gene-
ral areo de los rojos.
Dicen que se ha informado a
MacArthur que tal ataque cons-
tituira un problema importan-
te que debe resolverse inmedia-
tamente. Segn se dice, esto ha
sido Interpretado por MacAr-
thur como una aquisencla a la
represalia directa contra las ba-
ses en Manchuria v que Wash-
ington estuvo de acuerdo.
Los funcionarlos dicen que no
hay gran secreto acerca las ins-
trucciones a MacArthur. ya que
los comunistas chinos podan
antes de lanzar toda su fuerza
area de fabricacin rusa, dete-
nerse a pensar en las consecuen-
cias.
AVANCE ALIADOS
TOKIO, abril 5 iUPiLos tan-
ques e Infantera norteamerica-
nos penetraron hasta ocho mi-
llas dentro de Corea del Norte
en su avance hacia la concen-
tracin comunista de 500.000
soldados.
Un comunicado del Octavo E-
Jrclto dijo que una fuerza blin-
dada aliada habia barrido una
leve resistencia comunista, lle-
gando a Chailll a ocho millas del
Paralelo 38 en la carretera Seul-
Uijongby-Kumhwa. Existen in-
dicios" que esta fuerza ha conti-
nuado su avance hacia el norte.
Se cree que los rojos estn pre-
parando una contra-ofensiva
que representar su esfuerzo fl-
nal en arrojar a las tropas de '.
las Naciones Unidas de Corea.'
Las fuerzas aliadas en el flanco
oriental del frente central, al
norte del Paralelo 38, encontra-
ron una fuerte resistencia al i
norte de Chunchon.
Sin embargo, las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas al norte del I
Paralelo en el frente central, es- |
tan avanzando contra una le\e
oposicin. La resistencia roja '
aminor desde ayer, cuando los
comunistas trajeron sus ms po-
tentes caones en luvintil in- \
tent de detener el vanee alia-
do.
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El temor de
cuentra muy preocupado por los
800 aviones rojos con bases en
Manchuria. Los funcionarlos o-
flclales temen que la guerra to-
tal se desate si estos aviones
participan en la batalla de Co-
rea.
Los oposicionistas de la ad-
ministracin dijeron que la cri-
sis era un mito. Dijeron que .
sta habia sido fabricada para
lograr pasar la Ley de Recluta-
miento en el Congreso. ,
El debate sobre la Ley de Re-
clutamiento fue interrumpido
ayer en la Cmara cuando el
Representante Rayburn lleg
procedente de la Casa Blanca!
con informes militares. Dijo qu
gran cantidad de soldados se
estaba concentrando en Man-
churia, al lado de la frontera
coreana y que de ninguna ma-
nera eran todos soldados chi-
nos.
Rayburn declin ampliar esta
referencia obvia a Rusia, di-
cindole a los periodistas que
sacaran sus propias conclusio-
nes sobre a cules tropas l se
habia referido.
Se dice que Rayburn se ha-
bia referido a tropas japonesas
capturadas por los rusos en.
1945 y que despus de haber1
sido adoctrinadas haban sitio
incorporadas en el Ejrcito
chino. Sin embargo, los perio-
distas que entrevistaron a Ray-
burn no obtuvieron esa impre-
sin. |
WASHINGTON, abril 5. (UP)
Ultima Hora. El Presidente
Truman dijo en una conferen-
cia de prensa que el peligro
de una tercera guerra mundial
es tan grande hoy como en lo
ltimos cuatro aos.
Truman dijo que el peligro
de una guerra habia existido
en tales situaciones como el
sitio de Berln, el retiro de tro-
pas de Irn, Orela y Turqua
y en Corea desde junio pasado.
Las declaraciones de Truman
sobre el peligro de una guerra
fueron interpretadas como una
confirmacin tcita del Informe
del Representante Sam Ray- j
burn de que soldados que no.
son chinos se estn concen-
trando en Manchuria. Truman
apoy las declaraciones d Ray-
burn al decir que este es un
hombre que dice la verdad.
El mismo Truman se neg s>
comentar las declaraciones so-
bre la concentracin de tropas,-
aparte de decir que Rayburn es ,
un hombre que siempre dice
la verdad.
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China comunista *
Rusia se est preparando par :
entrar en la lucha de Corea. ',
Un funcionario dijo que el
caris que ha tomado la guerra
en Obrea, aparentemente ha }
causado un estado de alerta en
las tropas Soviticas del Le- J
jano Oriente, para el caso que
las Naciones Unidas lleven la ;
guerra a territorio Chino".
Todo parece indicar que el
avance de las Naciones Upi-
das en Corea no puede resul-
tar en otra cosa en que loe
Chinos Comunistas y Rusia
adopten un mayor estado de
alerta y concentracin. Las
fuentes dicen que tanto i
China Comunista como Rusia
deben comprender que ahora
se estn enfrentando a poten-
cias martimas muy lejos de su
alcance, y sinembargo capaces
de llevar la guerra hasta el
mismo corazn de China.
Es posible que Rusia y Chi-
na estn pensando muy pof *
adelantado quizs meses de
los clculos occidentales y es-
tn actuando en la creencia .
oriental de que Estados Uni-
dos est planeando usar a Co-
rea como una entrada a Chi-
na.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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PAOINA SIETI
Informes para esta seccin te reciben en la
r\eaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-3182
HORAS: %M a li:t* a.m.
Apartado 1M
CUMPLEAOS
PRIMERA DAMA DE LA REPBLICA ASISTE
arriba un grupo de las dama* distinguidas quie
tel EL PANAMA el mircoles, 4 de Abril, por el
en honor del grupo de Coln del mismo club,
seora Dona Marta N. de Nio, vice-piesidrn
la otra rice-presidenta de Colon, Doa Yolanda
Ana Matilde L. de Arias, esposa de Su Excelen
F. de Ramn, esposa del Comandante de la Po
denta del club en Panam, Sra. Irene de Dono
sldentas del Club nter-Americano de Mi'jeres
Despedida de Soltera
La seorita Tltlna Aroseme-
na Daz ofreci ayer un t en
au residencia, para agasajar a
la seorita Nora Diaz Vlllalaz
quien contrarer matrimonio
a fines de esta semana con el
seor Victor M. Tejelra Jr.
AL TE EN EL HOTEL "EL PANAMA". 8e vs
nes asistieron al t ofrecido en el patio del no-
Club Interamerlcano de Mujeres de Panam
Agrupados de Izquierda a derecha se Ten las
la del club de Coln Seorita Thelma Godwin,
S. de Hlrschfeld, Presidenta de Celan, Doa
ca. el Presidente de la Repblica. Doa Cecilia
Ucia Nacional, Doa Cecilia E. de Arlas. Presl-
van, y Doa Mercedes de Chen, las dos rlcepre-
de Panam.
el sbado a las seis de la tar-
de en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
Los padres de la bella despo-
sada ofrecern una recepcin
despus de la ceremonia reli-
giosa, en su residencia parti-
cular.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Roberto Lpez y se-
ora Elsa L. de Lpez han
trasladado su residencia a 1st
Avenida Justo Arosemena y
calle 41 en donde se ponen a
las rdenes de sus amistades.
Del Club Interamerlcano
de Mujeres
Se recuerda a las personas
Interesadas que maana a las
9.30 a.m.. saldr del local del
Club Interamerlcano de Muje-
res, la excursin que visitar
distintas residencias de nues-
tra capital.
Matrimonio
Estn circulando las invita-
ciones para el matrimonio de
los jvenes Victor Tejeira y
Norita Aguilera, hijos del In-
geniero Vftor M. Tejelra y se-
ora Delia Morales de Tejel-
ra y de don Arcadio Aguilera
y seora Emma Villalaz de
Tejelra, acto que se celebrar
Telfono 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG"
Calle a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA
CURSOS DE OFICINISTA
-vv* *>. ESTENOGRAFA "OREOO"
cjT y\\. MECANOGRAFA '
S> INGLES ORTOORAFIA
CONTABILIDAD ,
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Dlrectora-Prop,
Compromiso de Matrimonio
Durante una ceremonia es*
tridamente privada contraje-
ron anoche compromiso de
matrimonio la seorita Gloria
Ester Franco, hija del seor
Joaqun Fernando Franco, con
el caballero Jorge Enrique So-
to, hljo del Gobernador de la
Provincia de Panam seor
Jorge Domingo Soto y seora
Slxta M. de Soto. Los felicita-
mos cordlalmente.
De Europe
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a 8. E. el
Ministro de Italia, seor An-
tonio Boset Dessandr y seo
ra, quienes llegaron hoy a Pa-
nam.
I$ HACE
EN UN SANTIAMENI
"EL POSTRE QUE GUSTA A
TODO EL MUNDOI"
(bmo-
7napi...
SE EMBELLECE SU RECAMARA
CON UN PRECIOSO JUEGO
MECHO DE LA MEJOR CAOBA
POR LOS MEJORES EBANISTAS'
SOLO V.23ZS ~.n,AuE6
ALCONTADO A PLAZOS PORCUJB
2IB4fR.fl
De Mxico
Grata estada le desanos al
Dr. Armando Lendlan y seo-
ra Maria Ofelia de Lendlan.
quienes llegan maana a Pa-
nam con el fin de pasar una
temporada visitando a sus hi-
jos, sfflor Arlstides Romero
Jr. y seora Ana Gloria de
Romero.
De los Estada* Unidos
Despus de haber pasado
una temporada en Miami re-
gres ayer a Panam la seo-
ra Isabel F. de Ponce acom-
paadR d. su hija Graciela.
La saludamos cordlalmente.
Melocotones
BIRDS EYE
Puede comerlos durante todo el
o con solo llamar al colmado
Dr. Vicente Avenda Moreno,
esainente tUlloto, Director del
Dispensario Nacional, ulen boy
cumple aos. Al extenderle nues-
tra felicitacin con tal motivo,
le expresamos nuestro deseo de
que continue su carrera de xi-
tos par satisfaccin personal
y Man de ios que a l llegan
en busca de salud.
De Costa Rica
Saludamos al seor Mariano
Soto y seora Graciela P. de
Soto quienes regresaron de
San Jos en donde permane-
cieron durante varias semanas.
Presentamos un cordial sa-
ludo de bienvenida al seor
Alfredo Fonseca y seora Ma-
ria Eugenia Mora de Fonseca
quienes regresaron de San Jo-
s por la via area.
Despus de haber pasado
una temporada en Costa Rica
visitando t sus familiares, se
encuentra de nuevo en la ca-
Bltal la seora Flora S. de
lauro acompaada de su ni-
o.. La saludamos.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente al
seor Juan de la Guardia y ul
seor Manuel R. Arias quienes
siguieron en dias pasados pa-
ra Nueva York.
nando.
Campleaos de Hoy:
Seora Sabina *. de Boyd.
Seora Margaret T. de Arlas.
Seora *5my R. de Rivera.
Seorita 'Ida Raquel Jimnez
Seorita Mercedes C. Garcia
Correa.
Seor Mariano Sosa L.
Nio Rubn D. Arango Jr.
Seor Guillermo A. Daz Li-
nares.
Nio Carlos Alberto Zuleta.
Nio Gaspar Octavio Ordez.
Cumpleaos de Maana:
Seora Angela P. de Mora.
seora Mercedes V. de Aro-
semena.
Beficrtla Dora Lyons.
Nrno Jusn David Morgan
Gonzle.
Nio Jaime Luis Tovar o-
cafla.
situacin que consider muy
bien resuelta al leer el Decre-
| to 352 publicado en la Gace-
ta Oficial el 14 de Marzo de
1951, que result equivocada
segn declaraciones del Seor
Ministro, y que con mucho
gusto firmara los diplomas
del referido Instituto si el De-
creto que lo reglamenta me
permitiera hacerlo o si existie-
se alguna otra disposicin vi-
gente que me concediese tai
honor".

El Embajador
Sigui ayer para Costa Rica
en viaje de negocios ei seor
Carlos de Jann Jr. Lo despe-
dimos.
Advenimientos
Nuestras congratulaciones pa
ra ei Lie. Manuel Mara Val-
ds y s-orn Manuellta P. de
Vaids, por el feliz arribo de
un varonclto, ocurrido el mar-
tes en la Clnica San Fernan-
do.
Felicitamos al seor Samuel
Ramos y seora Lila S. de Ra-
mos por el advenimiento de un
varonclto, Ocurrido en el Hos-
pital Oorgat.
Enviamos nuestras felicita-
clones al Superintendente de
la base de Fort Kobhe, William
Walker y seora Chafa Hal-
phen de walker, por el adve-
nimiento de una niita ocu-
rrido en la Clnica San Fer-
Despjese
la nariz!
con unas pocas aspiraciones dd
cmodo Inhalador Viek. lObra
Padilla, en la Cancillera Me-
xicana, nadie ha podido llenar
su cargo desde que renunci y
que desde entonces el Minis-
terio est en manos de un sub-
secretario.
La poltica exterior de Mxi-
co, como usted sabe muy bien,
mi querido doctor, la dirige
nica y exclusivamente el seor
Presidente de la Repblica. En
la poca en que el seor Pa-
dilla fue Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores de Mxico, era Pre-
sidente de ml pals el seor don
Manuel Avila Camacho y co-
rresponda a l, slo a l, mar-
car las pautas de la poltica
exterior de Mxico.
Al terminar el mandato del
seor General Avila Camacho y
asumir el poder, por eleccin
popular y directa el seor Pre-
sidente Miguel Alemn, design
como Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores al seor Jaime To-
rres Bodet. Es lgico que el se-
or Padilla haya dejado de ser
Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores, no por renuncia sino por
que el Presidente Alemn selec-
cion a otra persona, al Iniciar
su Gobierno, para ejecutar los
lincamientos que el propio Pre-
sdante Alemn trazara a la Po-
ltica Exterior de Mxico, mis-
ma ayuda que el seor General
Avila Camacho habla encarga-
do al seor Licenciado Padilla.
Desde otro ngulo y en un
sentido ms general, la Pol-
tica Exterior de Mxico ya his-
CUMPLE ANOS HOY
con clis
El conocido profesional y
distinguido caballero don Ma-
riano Sosa Jr., ser objeto de
un clido agasajo de simpata
de parte ds un grupo de sus
numerosos amigos, con motivo
de su cumple aos qne hoy lo
celebra. Unimos nuestras fei-
ciUeiones a las muchas ojiie
deber recibir con tal motivo.
trlcamente, ha sido siempre la
de no Intervencin en los asun-
tos de otros paises, pero tam-
poco la de permitir la inter-
vencin de otros paises. en los
asuntos internos de Mxico.
Le agradecerla mucho a us-
ted. ml querido doctor Arias.
la publicacin de esta carta en
las columnas de su acreditado
diario y me valgo de la opor-
tunidad para renovarle las ex-
presiones de mi cordial afecto
y distinguida consideracin.
ng. Eduardo Morillo Safa,
Embajador.
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS PARA TILES DE ESCRITORIO
Y MATERIALES DE LIMPIEZA
Hasta las 11 a.m. del da 16 del presente mes de abril,
se recibirn propuestas para el suministro de tiles de es-
critorio y materiales de limpieza, de acuerdo con la lista
de estos artculos que podr obtenerse en la Seccin de
Contabilidad, situada en el edificio de Biblioteca y Admi-
nistracin n la Ciudad Universitaria, de 9 a 12 m. y de
3 a 6 p.m todos los dias hbiles.
Panam, 2 de abril de 1951.
Alberto de Saint Malo
Decano Encargado de la Rectora
La Situacin
gados de los problemas de los
precios de alimentos y comba-
tir las actividades oel mercado
negro, estn terminando los in-
formes que presentarn en la
prxima reunin del Gobierno
que tendr lugar maana.
Vestiditos
de algodn
, para nias da 1 a 6 aos.
Preciosos modelos n la muy
conocida marca LOVE
v& a 2.95
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rresponsal. El Director de
la Escuela Normal J. D. Aro-
semena, Profesor Vicente Ba-
yard, manifest en la maana
de hoy a este Corresponsal que
su poslclr. en el problema del
Curso de Verano habla sido la
de abstenerse en absoluto de
participar de un lado a otro,
pero que ello no poda evitar
que l. cuando se le pidiera
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lo bdbiera hecho. A este res-
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veces ha intervenido para ex-
presar la legalidad de algunas
de las medidas dictadas por
el actual Director y para evi-
tar conflictos que pudieran
surgir entre l y el Director
del Instituto de Verano. Con
respecto a su posicin en re-
lacin con los diplomas, dijo
que l estima que no debe fir-
marlos porque no hay nada en
el Decreto que lo obligue, ya
sea que c1 Instituto sea una
dependencia de la Escuela
Normal, tal como apareci en
la Gaceta Oficial o cualesquie-
ra otra disposicin ejecutiva.
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qued claramente definido en
la nota que envi al Director
General de Educacin en la
que le manifestaba que ape-
lara de su decisin al Minis-
tro del Ramo., al respecto hi-
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la nota remitida al Dr. Cantn
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. r AN AMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENT
......" Ufa, ABRIL 5, list I
BOCAS Y PANAM INAUGURAN EL 8o. CAMPEONATO
OCHO PROVINCIAS HAN CONFIRMADO SU
PARTICIPACIN EN EL TORNEO DE CHITRE
Se nombr el
Jurado de Honor
El HJ). Navarro invitado de manera
especial al 8o. Campeonato de Bisbol
CHITRE, Abril 3Ocho Pro-
vincias han confirmado ya su
participacin en el VIII Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball |
Amateur que se efectuar en es-,
U ciudad, y son Los Santos, Ve-;
raguas, Cocl, Chiriqui, Botas
del Toro, Coln, Panam y He-
rrera. Falta nicamente la Pro- j
Tincia del Darin, que se espera
participe tambin segn infor-
maciones que han aparecido en
la prensa de Panama, y la Co-
marca de San Blas, que est en
duda sju participacion.
El Campeonato se inaugurar
el prximo domingo 8 de Abril
en el Estadio Rico Cedeo de
esta ciudad y el acto de apertu-
ra comentar a las 10 en punto
de la maana.
Todos los asuntos estn con-
sultados y los principales deta- ,
lies se encuentrn listos; mien-!
tras tanto el Comit Organizador
contina laborando activamente,
y se da por seguro que no falta-
r nada por hacer ni nada pen-
diente cuando se inicie la com-.
petencia.
El Comit Organizador en otra
de sus funciones, escogi el Ju- :
rado de Honor del 8o. Campeo-
nato Nacional de Baseball Ama-
trur. quedando integrado por el
Lie. MANUEL ROY, Director Ge-
neral del Departamento de Edu-
cacin Fsica; Don LEONARDO
CARRIZO, Gobernador de la
Provncia de Herrera; Don CAR-
LOS ELETA, Distinguido De-
portista y propulsor y Colabora-
dor del Baseball; Don MANUEL
CELICRIN, Miembro del Comit
Organizador; JOS ('BECA, Ar-
bitro Jefe, y CRISTOBAL SAR-
MIENTO, Anotador Jefe. Los es-
cogidos tienen derecho a nom-
brar su suplente personal.
El entusiasmo e inters que se
est levantando en todas partes
por esta Competencia es de pro-
porciones halagadoras y se con-
sidera que el Campeonato re-
sultar nuevamente en otro
completo xito.
CHITRE, Abril 5El entusias-
ta y popular deportista HD. Ing.
Norberto Navarro ha sido Invi-
tado de manera muy especial,
para que prestigie con su pre-
sencia, a la inauguracin y de-
sarrollo del Octavo Campeona-
to Nacional de Baseball Amateur
que comenzar el prximo do-
mingo a las 10 de la maana
en el Estadio Rico Cedeo de
esta ciudad.
El Diputado Ing. N. Navarro
tuvo una destacada actuacin
en la construccin del Estadio
de Chitr; y es una de las per-
sonas a quien se le debe la rea-
lidad de este campo deportivo.
Adems la Seleccin de Herre-
ra le dedicar uno de sos parti-
dos como testimonio de aprecio
y reconocimiento.
Deportes a Granel
Por RKDEMF
Decamos anoche por la
Red Panamericana...
El Panam Amrica y el equi-
po La Nacin celebraran hoy su
segundo desafio, de la serle amis
tosa que ambos conjuntos sos-
tienen.
La primera vez los panamerl-
queros se Impusieron a los mu-
chachos de La Nacin por ano-
tacin de 17 carreras a 4. Hoy
La Nacin reaparece con nue-
vos Jugadores que han entra-
do a reforzar sus filas.
La potente emisora interiora-
na Radio Provincias, afiliada a
la Red Panamericana, gan la
licitacin para transmitir todos
los juegos del Campeonato Na-
cional de Baseball Amateur que
se inaugurar el prximo do-
mingo en la ciudad de Chitr.
MADRID, AbrilLas labores
del Comit Ejecutivo de la Fede-
racin Internacional de ftbol
Asociacin (FIFA), terminaron
hoy, Erlck Frenckell, miembro
del Comit y Presidente del Co
mit Organizador de los Juegos
Olmpicos de Helsinki en 1952
declar a la agencia France-
Press que los resultados eran
bastante satisfactorio y que un
comunicado seria publicado en
el curso de la noche.
Se ofrecern tres E/ Comit Olmpico explica
porque no llev un Cronista
deportivo a los Panamericanos
partidos por da
El Ibrico debe
dejar en libertad
a los jugadores
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido la siguiente carta:
Panama, Abril 4 de 1951.
Seor Presidente del
"Club Dep. Ibrico".
Presente.
8eor residente:
Con el amplio espirltu de-
portivo que caracterizamos estos
actos cuando de Foot-ball se
trata, me permito hacer llegar
a Ud., la siguiente proposicin
a fin de zanjar las dlifeultades
que amenazan y entorpecen la
buena marcha de nuestro de-
porte PEDILECTO:
Yo. Francisco Ditrani, me
comorometo a solicitar a la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol de Panam
el retiro del 'CLUB DITRANI"
del seno de dicha Liga, a cam-
bio de que el "Club Ibrico" que
Ud.. dignamente preside se
comprometa, a su vez. a deiar
en libertad de accin a aquellos
jugadores que no desean conti-
nuar defendiendo los colores
del "Club Ibrico".
Esperando que este gesto sea
debidamente Interpretado, en el
sentido de que renuncio a un
derecho adquirido legalmente.
no dudo de que con el mismo
alto espritu deportivo sabr
d.. y su Club corresponder a la
siguiente proposicin.
De Ud. Atto. v S.S. z
FRANCISCO DITRANI.
Seis equipos
inscritos en
el Volleyball
Los organizadores de la Liga
Municipal de Volley-Ball nos
han pedido hagamos saber a to-
dos los Interesados en participar
en el prximo torneo que el vler
nes. a partir de las siete y me-
dia de la noche, se llevara a ca-
bo una reunin en el Gimnasio
di Maran, en la cual se ela-
borar el calendaro de juegos
de la Liga. Se aprovechar la
ocasin para dar oportunidad a
quienes asi lo deseen de celebrar
esa misma noche partidos de
prcticas, ya que los encuentros
del torneo se habrn de llevar
a cabo en ese local.
Es de absoluta necesidad que
los seis equipos inscritos enven
sus representantes a esta reu-
nin, y el que no lo hiciera se
considerar sin deseos de parti-
cipar en el campeonato, lo que
permitir a sus jugadores pre-
sentes reforzar cualquier otro
de los conjuntos que as lo de-
seen.
Los equipos inscritos son: Mau
rielo Derby. Importadora Selec-
ta. Chano Velasco, Mundo Grfi-
co y Profesores de Educacin
Fsica.
Partidos del VIII
Campeonato Nal. de
Bisbol Amateur
8a. CAMPEONATO NACIONAL
DE BASEBALL AMATEUR
S al 20 de Abril de 1951
CHITRE
CALENDARIO DE JUEGOS
Domingo 8
CEREMONIA DE APERTURA
A las 10 a.m.
BOCAS DEL TORO vs PANAMA
Lunes 9
Chiriqui vs Coln
Cocl vs Los Santos
Veraguas vs Herrera
Martes 19
Darin vs Bocas del Toro
Veraguas vs Cocl
Los Santos vs Chiriqui
Mircoles 11
Bocas del Toro vs Coln
Cocl vs Panam
Herrera vs Darin
Jueves 12
Veraguas vs Los Santos
Panam vs Darin
Chiriqui vs Herrera
Viernes 13
Bocas del Toro vs Veraguas
Cocl vs Chiriqui
Coln vs Herrera
Sbado 14
i.os Santos vs Darin
Bocas del Toro vs Cocl
Panam vs Coln
Domingo 15
Veraguas vs Chiriqui
Los Santos vs B. del Toro
Herrera vs Panam
Lunes 16
Darin vs Cocl
Coln vs Veraguas
Los Santos vs Panam
Martes 17
Chiriqui vs Darin
nliin vs Cocl
Herrera vs Bocas del Toro
Mircoles 18
Panam vs Veraguas
Chiriqui vs Bocas del Toro
Herrera vs Los Santos
Jueves 19
Darin vs Veraguas
Coln vs Los Santos
Cocl vs Herrera
Viernes 29
Darin vs Coln
Panam vs Chiriqui.
CLAUSURA
Los nombrados ltimos son
locales.
Este calendarlo podr ser
modificado por el Comit Orga-
nizador cuando lo crea conve-
niente.
Todos los juegos se efectua-
rn en el Estadio "Rico Cedeo"
de Chitr.
MADRID. AbrilSegn los da-
tos publicados en la prensa, ac-
tualmente hay en Espaa 25,000
jugadores de ftbol entre pro-
fesionales y aficionados recono-
cidos con ficha.
EL GUARDAMETA FRANCES
DOMINGO, SIGUE EN MADRID
MADRI, AbrilDe acuerdo con
noticias de los medios deportivos
se cree que el guardameta fran-
cs Domingo renovar su contra
to con Atltlco de Madrid en
este mes. ya que al parecer han
quedado resueltas definitiva-
mente las pequeas diferencias
que existan entre el Jugador y
el Club rojlblan.
MADRID. AbrilEn 500.000
pesetas se ha fijado la Real
Federacin Espaola de ftbol
el presupuesto mximo anual de
la Federacin castellana de ft-
bol y no en un milln como ha-
ba solicitado esta ltima.
Por S. H. IVAI.D1 J.
Los equipos de Bocas del Toro
y. Panam inaugurarn el Oc-
tavo Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, de acuerdo
con el Sorteo que efectu ano-
che la Federacin en su anun-
ciada reunin.
Nueve equipos participarn en
la Competencia y son Los San-
tos, Veraguas, Chiriqui, Cocl,
Herrera, Bocas del Toro, Coln,
Darin y Panam.
San Blas el nico lugar que
no enviar este ao represen-
tacin a aunque se han dados
motivos de esa ausencia parece
que no se ha dicho toda la ver-
dad respecto a este asunto.
El Torneo durar 13 das y fi-
nalizar el 29 de Abril.
El Campeonato se inaugurar
el prximo domingo a las 10 de
la maana en el Estadio Rico
Cedeo en esta ciudad con un
atractivo Programa.
El domingo solamente se rea-
lizar un partido y los juegos
del lunes son Chiriqui vs Coln,
Cocl vs Los Santos y Veraguas
vs Herrera. El equipo del Da-
rin debutar el martes frente
a Bocas del Toro.
El calendario de Juegos, que
damos en otro lugar de esta p-
gina, comprende un total de 36
partidos y se ofrecern 8 jue-
gos por da.
Social Deportiva
Celebra en esta
fecha el mejor
de sus das, el
popular depor-
tista E D E L-
BERTO Tabo-
ga" AGUIRRE,
jugador desta-
cado en basket
ball y baseball
y Softball.
Unimos nues-
tras felicitacio-
nes a las muchas que reciba en
esta fecha.
Inician hoy 2da. vuelta
del Torneo Caf Duran
Para finalizar la primera vuel-
ta del torneo de bolos "Caf
Duran" el Pinocho empat con
el Balboa Express a 2 puntos,
sobresaliendo Gello Grimaldo
con serle de 511 para ser el me-
or Jugador de la noche. T*m-
ln se destaco por los Narizo-
nes, Tito Barba con 509 y un
juego de honor con 213.
Con motivo de una serie de
crticas que se han hecho al Co-
mit Olmpico, esta entidad ha
dirigido una carta a un diarlo
vespertino (que no es El Pana-
m-Amrica) refutando dichas
criticas.
Publicamos a continuacin di-
cha carta y para maana pro-
metemos hacer un comentarlo al
respecto:
Panam, 8 de Abril de 1981.
Debidamente autorizados por
una Resolucin del Comit
(Nacional Olmpico, nos dirigimos |
a usted para referirnos a las
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L B.
PARIS, AbrilLa vuelta al
mundo Terica, Intentada sobre
un velomotor de 25 centmetros
por los campeones de motocicle-
tas, la famia Monneret termi-
n esta maana a las 10.37.
Esso y Chase Bank
se enfrentarn
maana en soKMI
Atractivo partido de Softball
sostendrn maana los equipos
de la ESSO Standard y del Cha-
se Bank de Panam.
El encuentro comenzar a las
4 y 45 de la tarde en el Estadio
Olmpico y ambos conjuntos
llevarn sus mejores lineas con
el firme propsito de obtener un
ruidoso y merecido triunfo.
Dirigirn los equipos Ismael
Champsaur por los aceiteros y
Willie Cochez por los banqueros,
pronosticndose un reido cote-
Jo.. ___________________
El Pern mantuvo su
invicto en el ftbol
del Chorrillo ayer
El onceno Dep. Pern-derrot
ayer en la tarde al P.R.I., por
2 a 1 en juego brusco.
Con esta victoria de los mu-
chachos del Eva de Pern, han
quedado solos en el comando
del Campeonato Mayor de Ft-
bol del Barrio del Chorrillo, asi
como continan Invictos con
tres victorias y un empate,
mientras que su rival de ayer
sufri su segunda derrota. Los
del Eva de Pern dedicaron su
partido de ayer a su madrina la
gentil seorita Avelina Otalora.
El primer tiempo finaliz a
favor de los muchachos de Nor-
berto Navarro, por l a 0, ano-
tando el alero Izquierdo Jorge
Luis Bonilla. En el segundo tlem
po los del Eva de Pern marca-
ron sus dos tantos por Inter-
medio del delantero Gilberto
Ortega.
ESTADO DE LOS
Importadora selecta
Casa Mike
Entrometidos
Club Martinz
T. Tropical
Pinocho
Flan Royal
Carta Vieja
Balboa Express
EQUIPOS
G. P. Ptos.
21 11 .656
18 14 .563
17 15 .531
16 16 .500
16 16 .500
15 17 .469
15 17 .469
15 17 .463
11 21 .344
Esta noche se da comienzo a
la segunda vuelta con el Juego
Importadora Selecta vs Club
Mrtir.
Los muchachos de La Impor-
tadora Selecta obtuvieron ante-
noche un sensacional triunfo
sobre el potente equipo del tor-
neo. La Selecta recibi 43 pun-
tos de handicap por Juego pe-
ro en el ltimo no loa necesit
pues las huestes de Carlos Ren-
nert se crecieron y superaron a
sus rivales en toda la linea. Los
tres Juegos fueron interesantes
de principio a fin. sobre todo
el segundo dondel os ganadores
tuvieron momentos difciles pero
mediante una fuerte racha en
el ltimo frame salieron airo-
sos.
Seor Rector la Universidad
necesita un Instructor Deportivo
SEXTA LECCIN
1Elemento* materiales de la
Educacin Fsica.
2Los campos de batalla
ILos Ateneos
1Los griegos no solo espe-
culaban sobre conceptos de Edu-
cacin Fsica sino que se dieron
a la tarea de conseguir elemen-
tos necesarios para llevarla a la
accin. Por esta razn, constru-
yeron edificios y fabricaron ma-
teriales con el objeto de que los'
efebos y adultos practicaran la I
educacin fsica dentro de un
ambiente cmodo y apropiado.
Pero como ellos nunca acepta-
ron separar la prctica de la
Educacin Fsica con el cultivo
del intelecto, por esta razn con-
fundieron sus escuelas con las
pistas y edificios de deportes.
Como los griegos eran amigos de
la nobleza de la naturaleza re-
solvieron construir estadios, pa-
lestras, anfiteatros en sitios am
pitamente abiertos, rodeados de
rboles y en la proximidad de
ros o arroyos; por lo tanto nin-
guno de esos edificios fu cons-
truido dentro de la ciudad sino
en las afueras.
Estos edificios posean belleza
arquitectnica, asi como tam-
bin solidez, y dentro y fuera
de ellos posean mucha esttica
estatuas y monumentos dedica-
dos principalmente a sus dioses
o a sus grandes atletas. Los
griegos eran amigo* de la es-
cuela Ubre y humorstica: por
lo tanto sus pistas y edificios
fueron muy apropiados para
que en ellos los cientficos y fi-
lsofos dictaron sus clases y
realizaron sus alegatos intelec-
tuales. Por lo tanto, desde los
albores de la civilizacin grie-
ga, los edificios deportivos se
ldentifcaron estrechamente con
los centros del cultivo del saber.
Principalmente los estadios y
palestras estaban rodeados por
grandes prticos que daban pa-
so a amplios corredores; en
ellos era precisamente donde
acudan con mayor frecuencia
los atletas, una vez realizados
sus prcticas y ejercitaciones
musculares, a cultivarse en las
dems ciencias del saber. Esta-
mos estudiando este aspecto, de
la Educacin Fsica Griega en
cuanto a su relacin estrecha
con la cultura general del pue-
blo griego. Por esa razn, por
ahora no entramos en mar de-
talles sobre la estructura y edi-
ficaciones sobre esas pistas y
edificios del deporte heleno. De-
bemos recordar, si, que tomaron
la Ed. Fsica como un medio
para cultivar y desarrollar dos
lines que constituan verdaderos
fundamentos de su existencia;
su amplio desarrollo cultural
(Incluyendo el religioso) y la
guerra.
criticas de que ha sido objeto
nuestra institucin, con motivo
de no haber incluido un cronis-
ta, deportivo en la Embajada
que nos represent en los Juegos
Deportivos de Buenos Aires.
De todos son bien sabidos las
tremendas dificultades que hu-
bo de vencer el Comit Olmpi-
co para lograr que Panam es-
tuviese representada en los Pri-
meros Juegos Deportivos Pan-
americanos. Slo fue faltando
pocos das para Iniciarse tales
Justa cuando la Asamblea Na-
cional y el rgano Ejecutivo
concedieron una suma, limitada,
para tal objeto. De tal manera,
que si no hubiera sido por una
rebaja mUy apreclable e lnes-
nerada que hicieron las compa-
as de transporte areo, los
componentes de la Embajada
Deportiva habran quedado re-
ducidas a muy escaso nmero.
En lo que lleva de haberse
Instituido nuestro Comit ha en-
viado cinco Delegaciones Depor-
tivas al exterior. En dos de ellas,
nicamente, incluy, pagndole
todos sus gastos a un cronista
deportivo. El resultado de estas
inclusiones no fue beneficioso
para el deporte nacional sino
para los peridicos a quienes
tales cronistas servan con sus
noticias de manera exclusiva,
aunque Iban pagados con fondos
comunales. Adems, ello cre ri-
validades y resquemores en aque
los que no fueron seleccionados.
En los Juegos Deportivos de
Buenos Aires observaron los
miembros del Comit Nacional
Olmpico que los cronistas de-
portivos que a ellos concurrie-
ron lo fueron por cuenta de sus
respectivos peridicos y no pa-
gados por los diferentes Comit
Olmpicos. La nica facilidad
que stos les otorgaron fu la de
incluirlos como Adjuntos a las
Embajadas Deportivas para li-
brarlos asi, del pago de un pasa-
je ms caro y conseguirles tam-
bin un alojamiento ms bara-
to, que en el caso particular de
Buenos Aires result un gesto
insignificante porque el Comit
Organizador corri con tales
erogaciones
Siguiendo una trayectoria si-
milar, el Comit Nacional Olm-
pico de Panam acept con gus-
to la credencial de periodista
3ue el diario 'La Nacin" expl-
l a favor de la seora Sara
J. de Barsallo par* que lo re-
prlntara, y con tal motivo la
lnenjyd como miembro de la
Embajada Deportiva que Iba a
Buenos Aires.
El procedimiento seguido por
los peridicos ms importantes
de la Amrica de enviar por su
cuenta los cronistas deportivos
3ue han de cubrir los eventos
eportivos internacionales, est
muy arraigada y generalizada en
nuestro Continente y resulta de
una conveniencia muy efectiva;
or cuanto la labor del periodis-
a es asi de absoluta Indepen-
dencia, y su crtica o sus elogios
puede hacerlos libre de toda
suerte de compromisos. No ocu-
rrira lo mismo si dichos cro-
nistas fueran pagados por la
entidad que enva las delega-
clones deportivas.
Muy atentamente,
Pedro J. Peres,
Vlce-Presldente del Comit
Nacional Olmpico.
Francisco Hurtado,
Secretarlo del Comit
Nacional Olmpico.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace imprescindible Ja
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
La Polica defiende su
invicto contra el Camel
Eh el partido de maana. Ayer la Polica ?
se impuso al ptica Sosa por 13 a 12
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Softball Social)
G. P. PJe.
Polica Nal........... 2 9 1.999
ptica Sosa .......... 1 1 .599
Alemn Jr............ 1 .909
Camellos ............ 9 1 .999
Juego de Hoy
ALEMN Jr. vs CAMEL
Juego de Maana
POLICA vs CAMELLOS
Resultado de Ayer
Polica 13O. Sosa 12
Por BETO TEJADA
Esta tarde chocan en la serle
final de softball social, los equi-
pos Alemn Jr. vs Camellos, cho-
que en el cual los competidores
buscan su primer xito y em-
patar el segundo lugar al Sosa.
El partido de maana estar
acargo de la Polica que marcha
Invicto en el primer lugar de la
serle frente al conjunto de los
Camellos. Belgrave ser el con-
trario de Rudy Prince en esta
partido, en el cual loa "gendar-
mes" luchan por aumentar su
margen en la serie final- y sus
adversarios buscan la victoria,
y mantener su opcin al titulo.
Too de Sedas, Secretario de Ui
Liga de Softball y Cronista De*
portlvo lanzar la primera bola, i
El partido de ayer fue gana-
do por la Polica 13 a 12, en un
reido y emocionante Juego.
Luis Walker fu el lanzador per
dedor, el cual fu castigado se>
riamente por los "gendarmes''
batendole batazos de todos loa
calibres y Chester de Souza que
tambin fu castigado seriamen-
te en los episodios finales, fus
el lanzador ganador (2-0). Am
bos equipos batearon 14 lncogi-
bles y ios perdedores incurrie-
ron en tres costosos errores. Be-
to Arlaln de la Polica dispar
dos Jonrones, haciendo cosa
igual Roberto Jospeh del Sosa y
Cole tambin de la Polica Jon-
rones. Obaldia fu el mejor ba-
teador del Juego y de la Polica
con 4-4.
El ftbol local cierra inscripciones
hoy para los campeones de la. y 2a.
Esta noche quedarn cerradas
las Inscripciones para los Cam-;
peonatos de Ftbol d Primera
y Segunda Categora de las Li-
ga Provincial de Panam, en la
Importante reunin que tendr
dicho organismo a la hora y en
el lugar de costumbre (8 p.m.
altos del 5 & 10 Cts.)
Este acuerdo fu tomado en
la reunin del 20 de Marzo,, y
la Temporada se inaugurar el
15 de Abril en el Estadio Olm-
pico.
Siete equipos de primera tie-
nen solicitud de inscripcin y
son el Ibrico, campen de 1950,
Pacifico, sub-campen, 'Ancn
Huracn e Hispano, un equipo
nuevo el Deportivo Ditrani y
un conjunto de Coln.
En la segunda categora se
encuentran el Ambato, Club Ale-
mn, Ancn Jr., Hispano jr.,'
Huracn Jr. y Santander.
Todos estos conjuntos par
quedar debidamente aceptados
debern cancelar sus cuotas de
Inscripcin y Fianza, presen-
tar su lista de Jugadores y en-
viar los Estatutos y Acta de Fu
dacin del Club que los respalda.
Los equipos Motezuma e Istmeo
se miden hoy en el soft comercial
Tal como lo haba pronostica-
do el representante del equipo
Fiduciario, sus muchachos hi-
cieron "bailar al mambo" a los
msicos a punta "de garrote ano-
che, propinndole la soberana
paliza de 20 carreras a 10 a los
muchachos de Matas Cerrud
que anoche lucieron muy des-
controlados.
Hasta el 5o. episodio el parti-
do se mantuvo sin Inters pero
de all en adelante los mucha-
chos del Fiduciario batearon a
su gusto y anotaron las carre-
ras que se le antoj a los poten?
tes toleteros de los msicos que
no vieron la bola y fueron pon-
chando en hileras. Con este
triunfo los Fiduciarios empatan
el primer lugar de la contienda
con el Duran y bajan los msi-
cos al tercer puesto.
En el primer Juego se midie-
ron Vidrieras Prez y Hudson y
fu en todos sus episodios ms
emocionante que el segundo. Los
automovilistas de Laurence ven-
cieron a los Vidrieros en un fi-
nal reidsimo por pizarra de
10 a f. ,
Los muchachos del Hudson
partieron adelante y al llegar
al tercer episodio ya hablan ano
tado 10 carreras contra 3 de los
pupilos de Gustavo Prez, pero
un acertado cambio de lanzador
que puso en la lomlta el formi-
dable Hay wood permiti a' los
muchachos del Vidrieras contra-
atacar y lograr un apretado fi-
nal sin permitirles una carrera
mis a partir de ese episodio sr
los muchachos del Hudson.
Esta noche se miden Monte*
zuma y Ron Istmeo en un par*
t ido en que los Azteca son am-
pliamente favoritos.
La Liga se rene esta tarde sf
las seis en el lugar de coatum-
bre y se espera puntual asis-
tencia de todos los representan-*
tes. J
Social
Falleci ayer el entusiasta de- |
portista y uno de los ms ague-
rridos futbolistas c o lonenses
AQUILINO SARNALES.
Al registrar este triste suceso,
enviamos nuestro sentido psa-
me a sus familiares y elevamos
ana oracin al Seor por el des-
canso de su alma.
fe
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2.El IMPUESTO DE TURISMO correspondiente al lo. y 2o. trimestre de 1951, con-
tinuar cobrndose sin recargo hasta n uevo aviso.
3.El IMPUESTO SOBRE INMUEBLES correspondiente al 1er. cuatrimestre de 1951,
continuar cobrndose a la par hasta el 30 de Abril de 1951. Vencida esta fecha se
cobrar el recargo que establece la Ley.
JV OT A :
a) Se ruega a los Contribuyentes que pagan lo Impuestos anteriormente citados por
medio de cheques, giren los cheques a favor del TESORO IS ACIN AL y ordenen
su certificacin.
b) Para mayor facilidad de los Contribuyentes se sugiere que suministren a la Admi-
nistracin General de Rentas Internas su Direccin Postal a fin de enviarles los Avi-
sos de Impuestos.
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CA. CYRNOS, S. A
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