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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 185
rme cents
f 90 Jets Tangle In Biggest, Fastest Clash
O AS Ministers
To Make West
WASHINGTON, April 7 (UP) The Foreign Min-
isters of 21 American Republics ended their two week con-
ference today by signing a "Final Act" carrying pledges
to strengthen the Western Hemisphere against aggression.
The agreement calls for military, economic and poli-
tical cooperation among the American nations.
Pledge
Strong
Though the resolutions adopt-
ed do not have the iorce of
treaties United States officials
welcomed them because they em-
phasize action more than prin-
ciples.
Manuel Tello of Mexico was
the first to sign the agreement.
* Each Minister was accompani-
ed by his Ambassador as he came
forward to sign.
The Rail of Americas In the
Pan American Union Building
was silent throughout the pro-
ceedings except for the man-
ager's roice calling out: "His
Excellency the Foreign Minis-
ter of..." and sharp bursts of
applause as each Minister fol-
lowed his predecessor.
'' United States Secretary of
State Dean Acheson concluded
the ceremony.
Meanwhile in Moscow reports
of the conference stressed diver-
gences between the United States
on one hand and Mexico, Gua-
temala, Argentina and Brazil on
the other.
A Taas report cited American
newspapers to the effect that
Guatemala. Mexico and Argenti-
na were strongly opposed to a
United States resolution propos-
ing "to obligate Latin American
, nations to contribute troops for
the use of the United States, os-
tensibly under the flag of the
United Nations."
Other divergences listed by
Tass included a Brazilian objec-
tion to sacrificing civilian pro-
duction for the sake of war mat-
erials.
SS Panama's Cook
Diet In Colon
CRISTOBAL, April 7 Joseph
Mir, 58, cook-baker on the SS
Panam, died today In Coln
Hospital, where he had been a
patient since March 20.
He was taken off the Panam
on her last trip here after suffer-
ing a heart attack.
A native of Spain, he made his
home ashore In New York City.
He Usted no relatives on his re-
cord with the Panam Line.
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.
Brin Praises Parley
Cooperative Spirit
In Facing Emergency
WASHINGTON, April 7 (UP)
Carlos Brln, Foreign Minister of
Panam, Interviewed at the end
of the American Foreign Minis-
ters conference today, said that
perhaps the most Important part
of the meeting was "the very co-
operative spirit shown In facing
the present emergency."
He said this was shown by the
unanimous approval off all but a
few of the resolutions.
Concerning the military coope
ration resolutions Brln said Pan-
ama does not have a standing
army but has many volunteers.
He pointed out that at least
1,000 Panamanians had offered
to fight in Korea, but their offer
had not yet been acted on.
None of the economic ten-
sions affect Panam directly,
said Brin, sinee her problems
are somewhat different from
those of other Republics.
He said Panama's main con-
of fier
22 Missing
In California
On DC3 Flight
SANTA MARIA, Calif., April 7
(UP).A Southwest Airlines DC
with 22 persons aboard is re-
ported missing and believed down
on a flight between Santa Maria
and Santa Barbara, California.
Search planes were grounded
by heavy overcast covering the
rugged Gaviota Pass area, where
the plane presumably crashed.
Sherlffls, deputies, highway
police and volunteers have start-
ed a ground search.
There are many army and
navy men among the passengers.
Ship
ier road
cern Is an extension
and highway system.
Though the country Is present-
ly suffering a mild depression,
Brln said, he hoped the develop-
ment of a road system and acti-
vity at the Canal would help
offset this.
Caribbean Commander
To Confer In Capital
Lieutenant General William. H.
H. Morris. Jr., Commander In
Chief, Caribbean Command, left
the Isthmus early this morning
via military aircraft for Wash-
ington, D. C.
While In Washington. General
Morris will report to the Chief
of Staff of the United States Ar-
my, General J. Lawton Collins,
and will confer with high rank-
ing military officials In the De-
partment of Defense.
General Morris expects to re-
main In Washington for about
ten days.
Gunboat and Small
Collide Twice
In Fog; 22 Drowned
QUITO. Am-. 7 (UP).Twenty-
two persons were lost today off
the coast of Ecuador after two
collisions Involving the small
motorvessel Carchi and the
Ecuadorian gunboat Caldern.
The accident* occurred in
dense fog and rain near Punta
de Piedra. AH of those lost were
aboard the Carchi, which sank
after the second collision.
Of the 48 persons aboard,1 20
were rescued. Many women and
children were among the pas-
sengers on the Carchi, which
was bound from Guayaquil to
Esmeraldas.
The bow of the Carchi was
slightly Injured in the first col-
lision, after which the vessel put
about to return to Guayaquil.
The Caldern drew away some
250 yards, then started her en-
gines again.
In the second collision the
Caldern hit the Carchi square-
ly amidships cutting her In two.
She sank immediately.
Communist Speaker Booed Off US
Stage By Howling Imperialists'
PHILADELPHIA, April 7 (UP).Dr. Adolph A. Berle
Jr., former United States Under-Secretary of State, and
Dr. Julius Katx-Suchy, Communist Poland's delegate to
the United Nations, pushed and shoved each other angrily
on a stage last night before M6 howling, evening-dressed
spectators.
The violence came after distinguished delegates to
the American Academy of Political and Social Science
55th Annual meeting had booed down Kati-Suchy for
denouncing United States intervention in Korea.
Ka.tz-Suchy, the first speaker of the evening, spoke
well over the time-honored half hour mark denouncing
"decadent capitalism" and "American Imperialism" and
par praising the "peoples' reform movements" In Asia.
The audience laughed when Kati-Suchy said: "As
for the struggle in Korea, only the aggressive action of
United SUtes imperialism has kept that country from
peaceful unification, and from complete liberty from for-
eign domination."
Shouts, catcalls and stamping forced the chairman to
flag down the speaker.
Berle, the next speaker, sarcastically addressed his
audience as: "Fellow imperialists, conquerors and capital-
ists."
Half turning to Katz-Suchj he said: "When my es-
teemed friend Is making one of big periodic visits home
to take back a report to the Russian general who com-
mands the Polish Army-----"
Kati-Suchy bolted from the stage, grabbed his coat,
hat and briefcase and started to leave the auditorium
while Berle went on to say he didn't mind assertions
about imperialism and capitalism from Kati-Suchy "but
when he Insulted American soldiers who are even now
dying in Korea it is too much."
Kats-Sucny thereupon bounded back on the plat-
form, grabbed the microphone from Berle and. shouted
into It: "American soldiers are killing women and chil-
dren In Korea!"
Berle pulled him by the arm.
Kati-Suchy hung on to the microphone and straight-
armed Berle.
The chairman stepped in quickly to separate them.
Red faced Katz-Suchy stamped from the meeting.
MIGs Flee, 2 Damaged;
No US Thunderjets Hit
Bus Damaged in Dawn Crash
crumple the hood and splinter
the y/tndsnleld. A Panam Ca-
nal wrecker was needed to lift
the Army truck, driven by Bru-
\ Army truck. The accident' nlldo Hermgenes Nunez. 21, of
occurred at 6:47 a.m. at the Paraso, from the bus which had
intersection of Gaillard High-
way and Corral Road.
The front end of Gamboa bus
No. 11. -wae- demolished this
morning when It collided with
the rear end of a stopped 2VS-
South Korean
Top General
Vanishes
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, April
7 (UP). One of the South Ko-
rean Army's top general, MaJ.
Gen. Kim Palk II, 37, command-
er of the South Korean 1st
Corps, has vanished.
.A pro-Communist pilot may
have kidnapped him.
He was last seen March 28
when he left a front line field
conference with Lt. Gen. Mat-
thew B. Rldgway to return to his
East Coast base aboard a light
llason plane.
Despite an Intensive search no
trace of the plane, the general
or his pilot has been found.
The pilot's name and back-
ground have not been disclosed.
Speculating that his pilot may
have flown him to North Korea,
South Korean gover n m e n t
sources in Pusan describe the
general's disappearance as "pe-
culiar."
TOKYO, April 7 (UP) Ninety jet fighters 50
United States Thunderjets and 40 Red MIG-15s fought
the biggest all-jet air battle in history over the north west-
orn corner of Koreq today.
The wild, high speed battle, fought in defense of-34
United States Superforts, swirled from five miles high, al-
most to ground level.
Two MIGs were damaged and one of these is believ-
ed to have crashed. No Thunderjets were hit.
The Red planes finally fled across the Yalu River to
the safety of Manchuria, out of bounds to the Thunder-
jets.
The supply driver of the bus,
Jos Antonio Alvarado R, 34,
Salvadorian, was cut slightly on
the forehead. He works during
the week for the Panam Rail-
road and drives the bus week-
ends.
Police said that the truck had
stopped to mke a left-hand
turn. The bus struck the parked
vehicle with sufficient force to
break the bus' motor block loose,
rammed underneath Its rear.
The Army truck was not dam-
aged and Nez was unhurt.
Damages to the bus were ten-
tatively estimated at about
$500.
Balboa Tides
High Low
5:01 a.m. 15.2 ft. 11:05 a.m. .0 ft.
5:14 p.m. 1S.7 ft. 11:26 p.m. .5 ft.
Young 'Bombardiers'
Remanded to Parents
For Home Discipline
Five young Panamanian boys
who initiated an aerial bom-
bardment of Balboa's Gavi.'nn
area this morning were turned
over to their families for disci-
pline after they were picked up
by the Zone police.
The group had stationed them-
selves on the top of the Limits
hill, behind the Chinese garden
and overlooking Gaviln area,
and were showering the neigh-
borhood with rocks and stones.
Police were called and man-
aged to round up the five, al-
though other boys in the group
managed to get away Into Pana-
ma.
'JELLIED HELL
Napalm Bomb Sears Ground Targets With Burning
Jellied Gasoline; Is Weapon Most Feared By Reds
The Superforts poured more
than 200 tons of bombs on two
vital bridges at Slnuiju and Ulju
linking Manchuria with the bat-
tle area. The crews report ex-
cellent results.
Slnuiju Is at the mouth of the
Yalu River and Ulju Is about 10
miles upstream.
The Superforts were escorted
althogether by 80 Sabres and
Thunderjets.
Eleven other Superforts bomb-
ed other bridges on routes used
for bringing reinforcements and
material from Manchuria to the
buildup area for the coming Red
spring offensive.
Today's big dogfight climaxed
a week In which 130 of the
swept-back wing MIG's have
been sighted south of the Yalu.
The Reds are reported to have
massed from 300 to 3.000 aircraft
In Manchuria to challenge Allied
air supremacy over Korea.
Though the MIG's have
neither the range nor the based
to let them Intervene over the
present ground fighting fronts
they could Interfere with alli-
ed raids on the Red supply
routes In North Korea.
The Identity of the MIG pilot*
has never been established. Chin,
ese nationalist sources say nona
but Russians are allowed to fly
the Red Jets.
On the ground, 10 United Na-
tions divisions have forged an al-
Pressure Increasing
Over While House,
MacArlhur Conflict
WASHINGTON. April 7 (UP)
Pressure Is building up to settle
the rift between General Doug-
las MacArthur and Washington
over the policy and conduct of
the Korean war.
There are some suggestions In
official quarters that only a new
presidential crackdown on Mac-
Arthur's complaints against
United States policy makers
would remedy the split.
The White House yesterday re-
buffed MacArthur' suggestion
that Chinese Nationalist forces
should be used In the Far East-
ern theater by saying there was
no changeand probably would-
n't beIn the United States pol-
icy to keep the Nationalist troops
on guard in Formosa.
Republican senators may In-
troduce a resolution In the Sen-
ate asking MacArthur to appear
before Congress.
Authoritative sources said
Washlngton-MacArthur difficul-
ties have cast a chill over the Al-
lies fighting in Korea and may
prompt more trouble between the
Allies.
But no one In official quarters
would go so far as to say Presl-!most solld 9 mlle front acros*
dent Harry S. Truman Is angry 'he 38tn, Parallel, and are strlk-
Ex-GI Gets 15 Years, Wife
Goes Free On Spy Charges
NEW YORK. April 7 (UP)
David Greenglass. confessed spy
whose testimony doomed his
"big sister" and brother-in-law
to death, was sentenced to 15
years in prison late yesterday
for stealing atomic bomb sec-
rets for Russia.
Federal Judge Irving R. Kauf-
man was lenient with the for-
'mer army sergeant for his tes-
timony that helped start his
sister. Mrs. Ethel Rosenberg, 35,
and her husband, Julius, 32. on
the way to the electric chair.
Greenglass, 29. received part
of his reward when the govern-
ment refrained from prosecut-
ing his 28-year-old wife, Ruth,
although she played an im-
portant part In the spy plot.
Defense lawyers charged Green-
glass with sacrificing his sister
to save his wife In a "deal" with
the government.
Kaufman told the husky
Greenglass that he did not con-
done his traitorous acts to his
country.
"They were loathsome and
contemptible." Kaufman said,
"but I have to be realistic and
I recognise that despite my own
Inclination to be more severe-
due to the revolting nature of
this crimei must subordinate
my own feeling. Our national
ecurity Is more Important."
Greenglass' attorney, O. John
Rogge. begged for an even light-
er sentence.
He asked for one or no more
than three years as a "pat on
I the back where there has been
this kind of courageous co-op-
eration,"
But U.S. Attorney Irving H.
Saypol recommended the 15-
year term.
Kaufman acknowledged the
help Greenglass gave in "bring-
ing to Justice the arch crimin-
als In this nefarious scheme."
"I realize the courage that
was required for you to give
your testimony," he said. "It Is
obvious that the government
gave due consideration to your
assistance in their recommen-
dation.
"By your assistance In this
case, you have helped us strike
a death blow to the trafficking
in our military secrets to the
advantage of a foreign nation."
Greenglass stood before the
Judge with hands clasped be-
hind him.
Asked whether he had any-
thing to say before he was sen-
tenced, he said, no.
As he heard his fate, his sis-
ter and brother-in-law waited
In prison cells to be taken to
the death house In Sing 81ng.
Kaufman praised Greenglass
for repenting his treachery.
"The uncovering of other es-
pionage rings, which I am cer-
tain exist, depends to a great
extent upon the testimony of
those members of the ring who
recant and seek to atone for
(Continued on Page 8, Column 7)
One of the most effective tacti-
cal weapons used by our Air
Force In Korea Is the napa'.m
bomb, which spreads fiery, iel-
lled gasoline over enemy tar-
gets. Foxholes and dugouts are
no protection from the creep-
ing flames, which seareh out
and destroy everything burna-
ble These pictures, from the
Air Force and NEA-Acme Tele-
photo, show the napalm bomb
inaction. It Is the U.S. weapon
perhaps most hated and feared
by Red soldiers.
A Lockheed F-80 jet fighter. loaded with six Ill-gallon tanks of napalm, stands at a Korean
arlfield ready to take off for a strike against Communist targets. Tanks are dropped from
low levels. .
.. .with results like this. A napalm bomb hit among Red barracks buildings Is rood for fire
destruction of half an aere. Flames crawl along ground, even filling dugout*. There is no
escape bat to run.
enough with MacArthur to re-
place him as United Nations
commander-ln-chleT.
Meanwhile the British Labor
Government Joined In the mount-
ing criticism of MacArthur when
Minister of 8tate Kenneth
Younger, In a speech obviously
cleared by the Foreign Office,
lng cautiously north In the wak*
of a surprise Communist with*
j drawal.
The Allies were out of contacO
with the Chinese and North Ko-
rean Reds all along the west and
west central sectors and reported
little Communist resistance
along the rest of the front.
deplored the "Irresponsible state-
ments" about Korea and the Far
East that come from "highly
placed quarters."
Younger was aiming at MacAr-
thur, and his statement came In northeast coast. They blew
the middle of Intensified contro- railroad tracks and withdrew.
versy over MacArthur's recent ----------------------------
statements, many of which the #*-.., f-^JU 11..!-...
British Government categorical- UalUil llvQI lHOll
ly opposes.
British Royal Marines made an
amphibious commando attack on
Songjln railway Junction on th*
up
Younger said: "Neither we nor
they (the Red Chinese) should
be misled by such Irresponsible
statements as seen to come out
at frequent Intervals from high-
ly placed quarters without the
authority of the United Nations
or indeed of any of the member
governments."
The Washington correspondent
of The Times of London de-
Discovers Shortage
Of Over $3,000
OATUN. April 7A shortage
of over S3.000 In funds of the
. Oatun Federal Credit Union
I has been reported to the or-
, sanitation's Board of Directors
by the Supervisory Committee.
^^^^"ff.'Jf"^'^ according to a written state-
to Republican Leader Joseph
Martin as the most dangerous of
MacArthur's "apparently unend-
ing series of Indiscretions."
Red POW, one of "luckier" vic-
tims. Most are charred or
smothered. (Eyes deleted from
photo for security.)
Oklahoma Guard's
45th Infantry Div.
Made Canal Transit
Army sources revealed today
that the 45th Infantry Division
recently completed transit of the
Canal. For security reasons, how-
ever, the destination, names and
numbers of ships and departure
times could not be given.
The 45th Division, and Okla-
homa National Guard unit, com-
manded by Major General James
C. Styron, was called Into fed-
eral service last fall.
Press reports In the United
States several weeks ago listed
the 45th Division along with the
40th Division for duty In Japan
at an early date.
While In the Canal Zone,
limited shore leave was granted
to personnel where time and
jdutle permitted.
ment made to The Panam Am-
erican today by Credit Union
president Z. 8. Williams.
In accordance with Its bond-
ing obligations. Williams said,
the Credit Union is at present
working out the necessary de-
tails in order to restore th*
amount lost.
On Feb. 7. Williams said. J.
T. Rutland, Federal Examiner
from the Bureau of Federal
Credit Unions, found a shortage
of $1,587.41.
At a meeting of Credit Union
members March 8. Williams re-
ported the shortage and said
that the Supervisory Committee
was undertaking examination ot
each members' passbook.
Williams also announced to-
day that former secretary Arch-
ibald A. Jardlne Is no longer In
authority to transact business
for the credit union.
Office* of the Credit Union,
elected Feb. 7, are: C. L. Bar-
ton, treasurer; G. A. Rowland,
assistant treasurer, and the fol-
lowing Supervisory Committee!
D. A. Sobers. 8. A. Brathwalt*
and G. L. Phillips.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1151
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service .
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................April 16
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................April 20
S.8. Levers Bend ..............................April 2Q
8.S. Chiriqui...................................April 30
(llandllni Refrigerated Chilled tnd Central Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................April
8.8. Cape Ann .................................April 20
S.S. Cape Avinof ..............................April 24
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................May 1
Freight Sailing! Weekly from Havana to Cristbal
Weekly Sailings to New fork Los Angeles, San francisco, Seattle
Occasional Sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers In this service aro limited to twelve passengers)
' request Freight Sailings (rom Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Midnight
S.S. Chiriqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 16
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................April 30
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.8. "SANTA ELISA" ...........Due Cristbal. April 11th
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ............Due Cristbal, April 18th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.8. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal, April 9th
8.8. "SANTA CECILIA" ..........Sails Cristbal, April 16th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "SQUARE SINNET" ...........Due Balboa, April 7th
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ..........Due Balboa, April 12th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "COASTAL ADVENTURER". .Sails Cristbal, April 7th
PAJNAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 2159
i\oyal
JYeiher/ands
Steamship
Company
K
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TO EUROPE:
HESTIA ...........................April 11
DELFT ............................April 18
HYDRA ............................May 1
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
HESTIA ...........................April 11
DELFT ............................April 18
PLATO ............................April 25
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
CLIO ..............................April 19
, PYGMALION ......................May 9
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
HYDRA ...........................April 19
BENNEKOM .......................April 21
GANYMEDES ......................April 27
TO ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and BRAZIL:
GANYMEDES ......................April 27
"K.N.S.M." CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218. 3-1219
(Passenfer And Freight)
BOYD BROS., PANAMA CITY. 2-2008
(Passengers Only)
BLOK AGENCIES. BALBOA: 2-3719 (Freight)
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Shipping & Airline News
New Zealand Strike
At least 15 cargo and passen-
ger ships which normally oper-
ate through the Panam Canal
have been delayed by the strike
which has crippled the New Zea-
land waterfront lor about six
weeks.
Due here April 15 Is the Blue
Star Line's Imperial Star, sever-
al weeks late. Blue Star agents
are Payne and Wardlaw.
Norton Lilly, which handles the
New Zeflind Shipping Company
vessels and the Port Line here,
has received reports that four
vessels were to nave sailed the
latter part of March but has not
yet had this confirmed. Among
these Is the freighter Tregenna.
The big passenger liner Rangl-
tane has a local due date of May
8, but last reports from New Zea-
land are that she had only re-
ACOBYon
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Discussion today of a reader's
question draws out an old max-
lx: "Make hay while the sun
shines."
QThe opponents need 120 for
their first meld, and we need only
50 points. We make our meld, and
the opponents have trouble.
Should we olay for a fast oat or
should we play for a big score on
inch a hand?
APlay for a big score. This Is
your big chance to even matters
up, so why settle for less? The
chances are that you and your
partner can each pick up a real
fistful of cards, and that you can
then control the discard pile for
the rest of the hand.
This situation and the question
remind me of a story about Can-
field, owner of a famous gam-
bling house a generation or two
ago. He ran one game In which
the "house" had very little ad-
vantage, and was asked why he
bothered with It .
"That's easy," said Canfleld.
"The average man will stay and
lose more than he'll stay and win.
Take that man over there," and
he pointed to a customer, "he's
often had a run of bad luck and
dropped $1000. But if he has good
enough luck to win $00, he quits
for fear that his luck will change.
I'm bound to wind up a winner
against him, and most players
are lust like him."
Of course, Canasta Is not a
gambling gameI know many
pillars of-the-hurch who enjoy
playing an Innocent game of Ca-
nasta (and some of them are
pretty good players)but the
story still applies. The average
Canasta player is too timid to
take full advantage of his good
luck. He's bound to lose to a more
courageous opponent (provided
that skill Is otherwise equal).
QWe are a "club" of six wom-
en, who meet once a week to play
six-hand Canasta. We want to
arrange a different set of part-
ners each week so that everybody
eventually gets to play with ev-
erybody else. How can this be ar-
ranged?
AThere are 20 different ar-
rangements, so It will take 20
weeks to exhaust all the possible
combinations. By that time, you
will surely have a few absentees
and other Interruptions of the
schedule.
The best course for any club Is
to- write down a few different
partnerships in advance and
choose one of them out of a hat
each week. Keep a record of
which people played together, so
that you can keep changing if
the idea continues to appeal to
you.
The simplest method Is to give
each player a number, and then
write down Just a string of num-
bers to show what the nrrrve-
ment Is. For example write down
1-2-3 against 4-5-8 for one week;
1-2-4 against 3-5-6 for another
week; and so on. If somebody
drops out, give her number to the
player who takes her place.
cently been discharged and still
had to load outbound cargo.
The waterfront strike started
late in February when stevedores
were denied the wage Increase
they had sought. Servicemen
were brought to the docks to
handle food cargoes, especially
those outgoing to Britain. But
meat and other food handlers'
unions then went out In sympa-
thy strike with the stevedores.
Scanty Information received
by waterfront sources here indi-
cates that most of the sympathy
strikes have been called off.
Vice President
Charles E: Beard, executive
vice president of Branlff Airways
Is arriving at Tocumen on Bran-
lff'a flight 605 from Dallas to
spend a few days on the Isth-
mus. He is accompanied by Mrs.
Beard.
Arriving on the same plane Is
Roger L. Barrier, Braniff's assis-
tant secretary-treasurer. They
will stay at El Panam.
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Philippine Visitor
Francisco Delgado, a member
of the Philippine War Damage
Commission, is due here April 28
on the last stop on a three-week
tour of seven Latin American
countries.
He plans to make a study of
social and economic conditions In
the countries he visits, accord-
ing to a press release from Pan
American Airways on which he
is travelling.
Delgado is scheduled to leave
New York today for Puerto Rico.
His other stops will be in Rio de
Janeiro, Montevideo, Buenos Ai-
res, Santiago, and Lima.
Unscheduled Trip
The Rev. Cyril Dorsett, of Pan-
ama's Wesleyan Church, had an
unexpected boat ride this week.
The minister, who arrived here
about two weeks ago for a two-
month stay, had gone aboard the
New Zealand Line's Rangltane to
visit -f riends.
They did not hear the "all
ashore" call and when Dorsett
came onto deck, he found the
ship moving away from the dock.
He was returned to shore in the
pilot boat.
Tourists
A party of five prominent Sal-
vadoreans left last night via
Branlff on an air tour around
South America. The party had
arrived Thursday from Salvador
and were guests at El Panam.
Members of the party were Mrs.
Alda Palacios, Miss Lydla Vldri.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rlvaa and
Mrs. Secundlna de Rossotto.
Vacation's Over
Elton Todd, special representa-
tive for PAA in Panama, return-
ed late Thursday from a short
vacation in Brownsville, Texas.
Pop Slams Baby's
Head Through Wall
Bui Infant Lives
ATLANTA, April 7 (UP) A
265-pound truck driver was Jail-
ed today on charges of treating
his wife and his infant son so
violently that the child's head
smashed through a paperboard
wall.
William Moody. 33, was said by
Fulton County police- to have
thrown 16 month old Ernest
Moody against the wall, put his
head under water and attempt-
ed to choke him. Moody was
sought for two days before he
was captured.
A physician said the baby had
contracted double pneumonia,
and had serious bruises on his
head. The attack on. him came
Monday, after Moody chased his
wife away from home, police
said. They said a hole six inches
in diameter, in a wall of the
home, was made by Ernest's
head.
Shortly after Moody was book-
ed under $ 1,000 bond on charges
of cruelty to a minor, Mrs. Moody
swore out a wife-beating war-
rant which was served on him In
jail. An additional bond of $500
was ordered.
"You often mention encourag-
ing and discouraging signals in
your articles," complains a Mil-
waukee correspondent, "but you
never describe a hand In which a
player cannot signal correctly be-
cause his cards are all of the
wrong size. Here's one, for ex-
ample, that made a victim of a
poor Innocent bridge player who
never did any harm to anyone.
"West opened the six of hearts,
East played the Jack, and South
won with the king. Declarer led
a club to the king and returned a
club from dummy. East had to
find a discard.
"Naturally, East wanted his
partner to continue hearts.
Hence East wanted to throw a
discouraging card in spades or
diamonds. However, all of his
cards in. spades and diamonds
were too big to be discouraging.
East finally threw the seven of
spades on the theory that the
seven of spades was lower than
the eight of diamonds.
"South let West win the second
club hoping against hope that
West would not continue the
hearts. As it happened, West
thought that South might still
have the queen of hearts; and he
therefore wanted to give East a
trick so that East could lead a
heart.
"Hence West led a spader-and
South naturally wrapped up ten
tricks. When we discussed the
hand later on, we agreed that It
would have been no better if East
had discarded the eight of dia-
monds. Then West would have
led a diamond when he won the
club trick.
"How does East find a discour-
aging signal with a hand of this
sort?"
Sometimes a player Is "fixed"
by the size of his spot-cards, but
my Milwaukee friend dldnt pink
a good hand to illustrate his
point. East could have saved the
day by making a very fine dis-
card.
When the second club is led
from dummy. East should dis-
card the queen of hearts.
Since West has led his fourth
best heart to begin with. East can
tell that his partner holds ace-
ten-seven at the head of his
heart suit. For this reason, the
queen is not needed to establish
the suit. Holding the queen may
give West a problem; discarding
It will eliminate the problem.
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New Books
Dragons in Amber," by Willy
Ley, one of the new books placed
In circulation during the past
week by The Panama Canal Li-
brary, has been called the priva; e
adventures of a romantic natur-
alist.
A companion volume to the aur
thor's earlier book, "The Lung-
fish, the Dodo and the Unicorn,"
the new book is a continuation o
a tour with the writer through u
collection of strange beasts and
interesting flora.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Social sciences Mobilizing
America's strength for world se-
curity, New York Herald Trib-
une; Medal of honor, U.S. De-
partment of the Navy.
Science Applications of geo-
logy to engineering practice, Ge-
ological Society of America; Dra-
gons in amber, Ley.
Personal hygiene Your body;
how to keep It healthy, Tebbel
American Poetry Collections
The Oxford book of American
verse, Matthiessen.
Travel, History, Biography
Jhlmp on my shoulder, Westlcy;
Cervantes. Bruce, MacEoln; Me-
moirs, Hoyt; Here I stand; a Hie
of Martin Luther, Bain ton; The
emergence of Lincoln, Nevlns.
Fiction Strait and narrrw,
Cotterell; A burnt child, Dager-
raan; A gentle murderer, Davis;
Ticket to Buffalo, Dean; First on
the rope, Frlson-Roche; Candli-
man Bay, Moore; Round the
bend. Shute; The explorations of
George Burton, Wharton.
Added to the Reference Collec-
tion during the past week Pe-
riodicals directory; Patterson's
American educational directory,
1951.
Replacements - The honora-
ble Peter Stirling, Ford; Debits
and credits, Kipling; The grey
room, Phillpotts; The phantom
sheriff. Tompklns; Tinkering
with tools, Baylor; Geography in
human destiny Peattie; Gener-
ation of vipers, Wylle; I remem-
ter. I remember, Maurols; The
making of an American, Rlls; Sy-
rian Yankee. Rizk; The life of the
heart, Wlnwar; Old civilizations
of the new world, Verrill.
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MR. AND MRS. C. J. ATKINSON of Ancon announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,
June Claire, above, to Edgar E. Plummer, ton of Mrs. I. Zim-
mer of Muir. Michigan.
The bride-to-be has spent all of her life on the Isthmus.
She i* a graduate of the Balboa High School, Class of 1949,
and will be graduated In June from the Canal Zone Junior
College.
Mr. Plummer, who was formerly stationed at Howard Air
Force Base and la now in the Air Force Reserve, is attending
school in Wheaton, Illinois.
A June wedding is planned.
!!
Miss Engelke Bride
of Mr. May
Miss Joyce Anne Engeike.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
A? Engelke of Gamboa, was mar-
ried last evening at six o'clock in
the Cathedral of St. Luke. Ancon.
to Henry Edward May, Jr., son o
Mr and Mrs. Henry E. May of
Balboa. The'Very Rev. Raymond
T. Ferris read the marriage serv-
icie and pronounced the blessing
In the presence of members of
the two families.
The Cathedral was lighted with
candles and was decorated with
palms and white gladioli. Before
the service Robert Schultz sang
"The Lord's Prayer." He was ac-
companied by Earl C. Keeney,
organist, who played the tradi-
tional wedding marches for the
processional and recessional.
Mr. Engelke escorted his daugn-
ter and gave her In marriage.
8he wore a white taffeta suit
with a small hat of white lilacs.
Her white prayer book, the gift
of her maternal grandmother.
Mrs. George V. Graff, was tied
with white gardenias and satin
ribbons.
Miss Bobbie Anne Robinson,
the bride's only attendant, wore
a sapphire blue afternoon gown
with a corsage of yellow gladioli.
Edward Scott of Gamboa was
best man and the ushers we.-e
Robert Engelke and Robert May,
brothers of the bride and groom.
The wedding guests were en-
tertained at an informal recep-
tion held immediately after the
ceremony at the home of the
bridegroom's parents In Balboa.
Mrs. Engelke wore a gown of
sand colored crepe with a lime
colo'-ed hat and a corsage carnations. Mrs. May was gowned
in pink with white accessories
and her corsage was of gardenias.
The bride's table had for its
cenrerplece a wreath of garde-
nias surrounding the wedding
cake which was made by her
ai'iii. Mrs. George Engelke of
Cristobal.
For travelling the bride choe
a green suit with gray accessor-
ies. After a short stay at iie
Wasington /otel In Colon, Mr.
Mav and his bride will be at home
at 0777 Williamson Place, Balboa.
V
Bishop Gooden
Returning from Colombia
The Right Rev. Reginald Heber
Gooden, Episcopal Bishop of the
Panama Canal Zone, Is expected
to return Monday from a trip to
Colombia.
Dinner at L'.S. Embassy
Honors Dr. Mauck
The Charge d'Affalres ad in-
terim of the United States Em-
bassy and Mrs. Murray M. Wise
honored Dr. Wlllfred Mauch at
a dinner given Thursday evening
at the Embassy Residence on La
Cresta.
Dr. Mauck, Director of the Di-
vision of Education, Institute of
Inter-American Affairs, left to-
day for Rio de Janeiro after a
short stay at Hotel El Panama.
Dr. Mauck was also honored al
a luncheon given yesterday mt
Hotel El Panama by Ernest C.
Jeppsen. Chief of Party, Educa-
tion Division, in Panama and
Chief of Mission of the Institute
of Inter-American Affairs. In-
cluded among the 50 guests were
officials of the Ministry of Edu-
cation, members of the United
States Embassy Staff and the
staff of the Inter-American Af-
fairs Office.
Seeley-Kilbey Wedding
This Evening in Balboa
At eight o'clock this evening In
the Balboa Union Church Miss
Jolie Ann Kllbey. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Kllbey of Balboa,
will become the bride of Ronald
Seelt-y. son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. Seeley of Pedro Miguel.
The weddinp will be followed
bv a reception In the Fern Room
of the Hotel Tivoli.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Entertaining Wednesday
The commandant of the 15th
Naval District and Mrs. Albert M.
Bledsoe have issued invitations
for an At Home Wednesday from
5:50 to 7:30 p.m. at the comman-
dant's quarters on the Naval Re-
servation In Balboa.
British Naval Attache
Arriving Tuesday
Captain J. R. B. Longdon, R.N..
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| Naval Attache of the British Em-
bassy in Washington and the Le-
gation In Panama, will arrive
Tuesday from Washington for a
week's stay In Panama. He will
be. tht guest of Eric Arthur
Cleugh, British Minister to Pan-
ama, at the Legation In the Ex-
position Grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan
Honor Mr. Tannf r
Edward L. Tanner, Agricultur-
al Attache of the United States
In Panama, Nicaragua and Costa
Rica, arrived yesterday from San
Jose and was the overnight ijusi
of the First Secretary of the
United States Embassy and Mrs.
Louis C. Nelan In Panama.
To meet Mr. Tanner, Mr. and
Mrs. Nolan Invited Mr. Nolan's
office staff to cocktails at their
residence in Bella Vista yester-
day afternoon.
Arrivals at
Fort Amador
Brigadier General Francis A.
March, Chief of Staff, U.S. Ar-
my Caribbean, arrived recen i.'y
from the United States. His wife
and daughter, Joanna, are ex-
pected to arrive next week to
join him here. They will have
quarters at Fort Amador.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelan
Going to Washington
After a residence of several
years In Panama, Raymond Phe-
lan, Attache of the United Stales
Embassy, will leave April 27 for
Washington. D.C., where he will
hava several weeks leave before
being reassigned. He will be ac-
companied by Mrs. Phelan. their
daughtef, Margaret Mary, their
son, Robert and Mr. Phelan's sis-
ter. Miss Cecilia Phelan.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs.
Phe!ai. entertained the adminis-
trative staff of Mr. Phelan's of-
fice at the Embassy at a farewell
buffet sup.'er at their residence
in Bella Vista.
Aniversary Luncheon
at Cerro Campana
In celebration of its first anni-
versary, the Canal Zone Branch,
National League of American
Pen Women held a luncheon to-
day for members and their hus-
bands at the country home of
Mr and Mrs. Lewis B. Moore on
Cerro Campana.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Everett Head",
Mrs. David Graham Bell Fair-
child and her son. David, Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Johnson, Mrs. Heiena
Wells, Mrs. L. H. Hewitt, Mrs.
Luis Carlos Alemn, Mrs. Abbie
Linares, Mrs. W. L. Simpson, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest K Pimi>r ,-.
and Mrs. William N. Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Bryan W. Vaughn, xtt.
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5 Enthralled
8 Former
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7 Ripped
8 Dismounted
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11 Siouan Indian 29 Enclosed
20 Italian seaport.2 City In Nevada 30Chair
22 Daybreak 17 Symbol for 39Quechuan
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23 Chaldean city 20 Decreed 40 Head of a
24 New Zealand 21 Ran college
native fort 23 Joined 42 Former
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58 African fly
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54 Babylonian
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56 Whirlwind
and Mrs. Philip Thornton, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis W. Feeney, Mr.
and Mrs. David J. Markun, Mrs
Amy Vincent Sartain, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Bartley Smith, Mrs. Frank
Raymond, Mr and Mrs. A. Kri-
kle. Mrs. John Collins and Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Saphir.
Mrs. Ewing Returning
from Vacation Trip
Mrs. Eula J. Ewing of Pedro
Miguel is returning Monday on
the SS Ancon from a visit with
her mother in West Virginia and
with her daughter In Washing-
ton, D.C.
and their daughter. Miss Nelly
Motgan are moving this week-
end from Panama to 5358 Davi.i
Street, Diablo Heights.
Change of Residence
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan
FIRE LOCATED
LONDON (UP) Firemen
using "walkie talkie" radio,
laid hundreds of feet of hose-
pipe up nine flights of stairs
at Battersea power station,
seeking a fire. As darkness fell
the ''blaae" was located. It
was the reflection of light In
;he uptake of a chimney
stack.
HOTELES INTERAMERICANOS, S. 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.
Thursday 12th
CYRNOS
GIFT SHOP
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NOVELTIES
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Perfumea Columbia Records Etc.
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Arts Ball Tickets
Are Now On Sale
The tickets are now out for the
Beaux Arts Ball (Fantastic Fies-
ta) to be given by the Canal Zone
Art League May 5 to Increase an
art scholarship fund established
last year by the C.Z. Art League.
The Ball Is scheduled to 'afce
place place at the Hotel Tivoli
Ballroom.
Guests are urged to wear fan-
tastic costumes original and gay,
or formal In keeping with t.'ie
fiesta spirit.
Those desiring tickets, may
phone B. Gardner 2-1457, Jean
Karch 2-3524, C. Relmer 2-3123,
Qr L. Saphire 273-2291.
Table reservations may also be
made for groups of six or more.
Ancon PTA Discusses
School Party Tuesday
The April meeting of the An-
con P.T.A.. will be held in the
Schcol building on Tuesday 8
p.m.
Plans for a party for the Ancon
School children will be discussed.
A nominating committee will
be appointed to nominate offi-
cers for the 1951-1952 school
term.
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
WOMACK, Paul Edward, 24, of
Albrook Field, formerly of Hum-
boldt, Kas., to QUIZAR, Reina,
20, jf Azuleo. Guatemala.
ANGLE. Walter Leonard, 30, of
Fort Kobbe. formerly of Tren:on,
N.J., to KELLY, Margaret Doro-
thy, 26, of Fort Clayton, former*
Iy of Brooklyn. NY.
Births
WALTER8. Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
tram, of Camp Coiner, daughter,
April 4, Colon Hospital.
SAAVEDRA, Mr. and Mrs. B.,
of Panama, son, April 5, Gorge
Hospital.
SZ1VOS, Mr. and Mrs. Julius,
of Balboa, daughter. April 5, Gor-
gas Hospital.
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BY UNITED PRESS
Thpre-s a hit of confusion in ; oral Curt Simmons, who won 17 i
thlcTevllandlndianscUp over tames lor the Philadelphia Phi s |
th status of Al Simmons before entering the Army last.
Manaeer Al Lonez Insists Sim- fall, will start when the 28th In-
m"s tenderedTis resignation fantry Division team plays In-
WMnMrfav hut the two-time dUna University. 8immons is.
rrae?"anLabgue baing'chin- scheduled to pitch the first three ;
plon tells a different story. Sim-' innings against the collegians,
am says he. didn't resign but, Hejn ^^SA^?^\
mer Philand Private Bob Mllll- |
kan. one-time Brooklyn Dodger
farm hand.
Exhibition
Results
BY UNITED PRESS
merely asked for a leave of ab-
sence.
"As far as I'm concerned." says
Lopez. "Simmons has resigned.
His resignation has been accept-
ed. To me. that's the end of It."
'"' Lopez then announced that
former New York Yankee right-
hander Red Ruffing has been
named successor to Simmons.
Ruffing has been working with
trie* Cleveland pitchers this
spring.
Simmons obviouslv is a sick
man." says Indian General Man-
aver Hank Qreenberg. "Ruffing
- will replace him." San Antonio, Texas
.Xopez insists that all Simmons New York iA
aid is that he was sick and was, 222 041 200-13 18 0
quitting the team, but refused San Antonio ITex.i
tojav what the nature of the 000 025 00310 12 7
Illness was Tommy Byrne. Bob Muncrief
I wanted him to find out what' "6i and Larry Berra: Tasstn.
the trouble was and then decide. O'Donnell (5* and Mancuso,
^whether to quit," says Lopez. Johnson (5>. WP--Byrne. LP
. "Wit. he said he had definitely Tassiji. HRWoodllng 2, Dyck,
'decided to quit and have a com- | Martin. Balclna.
pjete phvsical checkup." -------r
' The New York Yankees are,
easy today. They may lose | Columbus, Georgia
"thjlr rookie sensation to the St. Louis Army. Oklahoma Selective Ser- 110 810 0009 12 0
vice Director Clive Murrav said i Columbus (Sail
Mickey Mantle was 4-F beeauae 000 000 0404 7 4
Mizell, Poholsky (4>, Yuhas
(7> andGaragiola: Boyer. Bryant
(5), Michaeleck (Si and Kahn,
Clark (8i. WPMiaell. LPBoy-
er. HRSchoendlenst.
Scooter Koshorek
Named C.Z. Loop's
Most Valuable
Canal Zone Baseball League
officials today named Cristo-
bal's shortstop. Clem "Scooter"
Koshorek, the Most Valuable
Plater of the 1958-51 season.
Koshorek, who was batting
champion with a .362 mark, set
a new stolen bases record. His
total stolen bases eclinsed the
former record held by Doc Vas-
fine since Ul<>.
Navy Sport?
of an ankle injury. Later, it was
announced that Mantle must re-
Ert on April 11 "to verifv med-
il findings which classified him
.jff" It is believed the re-exam-
uatlon Is the result of "poison
Bin' letters from people who.
.vjaut to know why a great pros- j Jacksonville, Florida
-t>ect like Mantle can be classl- < Cincinnati (Ni
TV <-P 0, 102 0004 10 2
lT.The Detroit Tigers announced i Washington (A)
hat utility Infielder Bddie Lake I 0CO 000 200-2 5 2
has been sold to San Francisco Fox and Pramesa; Sima. Ross
of the Pacific Coast League. Lake! (81 and Okrle. Sacka refused to take a pay cut this; Sima. HRPramesa. Kluszew-:
spring and didn't train with the ski.
Tigers. The 34-vear-old Lake on- --------
ly appeared at bat seven times New York (Ni.......... 10;
last year. Cleveland (Ai.......... 9(
Plteher Fred Martin of the St. WPJansen. HRIrvln 2. Wes
Louis Cardinals wants to do some Westrum. Easter, Mitchell.
major league talking before he --------
does any minor -league pitching. ] Detroit (A*............ 11'
Martin learned today that he < Memphis.............. 0
haabeen optioned to Houston of j WPTrout. HR- Evers 3.
the Texas League. But the 35- i --------
year-old right-hander savs he I Brooklyn (N)............ 7
wants to talk with Cardinal Man- Atlanta.............. 4
WPPreacher Roe.
Thirty persons-the Naval Am-
munition Depot softball team,
their families and friendswere
entertained Thursday night at a
victory dinner and dance at the
Catalina Gardens.
Dinner was preceded by an
ego-deflating account of the
team's more serious errors
throughout the season. Presen-
tation of individual District
Tournament trophies was made
to each player by Lieutenant
Commander J. M. Hale. U.S.N..
Acting Commanding Officer of
NAD. on behalf of Rear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe, Commandant
of the 15th Naval District.
Admiral Bledsoe presented the
District Championship trophy to
the team yesterdav In a simple
ceremony in his office.
The team, through their can-
tain. Third Baseman Joe DeSil-
va. presented a trophv to Man-
ager Tom Murphy. The trophy
was engraved with an expression
of the team's appreciation and
the names of all the players.
The team also presented auto-
graphed softballs to three ot
their teammates who are under
orders to new duty stations.
The entire team was able to
attend through the cooperation
of the 12th Station Hospital at
Fort Clayton, who arranged for
NAD Center Fielder Oscar Toisn
to be present. Toisn was injur-
ed in the Gamboa Invitational
Tournament, and is currently a
patient at Fort Clayton.
With the loss of four plavers
and the pending transfer of two
more, the Ammomen will be un-
able to field a team for the forth-
coming Inter-Service Tourna-
ment, thus making the fete
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL basketball team who will be paired against the Cristobal All-Stars
Air Force Cops 1951 Canal Zone
Interservice Golf Championship
Riegel Leads At Half-Way
Mark Of Masters Tourney
Bv WILLIAM TUCKER
United Press Sports Writer
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AUGUSTA. Ga April 7 One-,his lead more simply by knock-
time amateur king Robert lng them up to easy putting dls-
Riegel opened his second bid to tance with his second shots and
takl the coveted Masters Golf chips. He began a covey of blr-
crown yesterday when he made dies on the second hole when his
his accurate iron shots good for second stroke put his ball with-
a one-stroke lead at the halfway ; In two feet of the cup.
mark.
He blrdied five In the same
ager Marty Marlon and Owner
Fred Salgh before accepting the
demotion.
Martin says the Cardinals Monroe, Louisiana
promised him a fair chance to i Boston (N> "A" Team
make the team this spring. "1 100 000 0102 11 0
pitched three innings twice and Chicago (Ai
that's all." savs Fred. "I didn't 000 000 12x-3 9 0
consider that a fair chance." Sain. Cole <4i and Burris;
Martin is one of the major lea- | Pierce and Mas!. LPCole,
goers re-instated after jumping j
to the Mexican League. Last year .
with the Cardinals. Fred won Augusta. Georgia
four and lost two. The two de- Boston (A> .
feats came in his only two starts.' 00O 305 400
tlje victories, in relief roles. Augusta (Sal.j
Another big league pitcher will
Rieeel who turned pro just be- manner with a little longer putt
fore the Masters last year and and added still another when he
-.......- ......B .. >aM> {"*,= nne-clav sensation then ; got hU iron within six feet of the
Thursday night the ott^^^ Ixth hole and sank his
lng of NAD's softball season. shota second round 68 and had j putt.
three under par 141 for 36
Riegel then ran into heavy go-
ing, knocking his tee shot into
the trees on the eighth and hit-
ting the water on the 12th. He
salvaged a par on 10 but double
Santa Cruz Snorts
BY GILBERTO THORNE
make his first start of the sea-
jdiv todaybut not in the uni-
000 000 000 0 5 0
Kinder
Montero
and Batts:
i4i. Harkin
Murray.
<5i and
Term of his regular team. Corp- Dunlop. LP- Murray.
Montlcello Social and Sporting
Club members are busy making
plans for a basketball league.
They will probably buy more ex-
Eenslve trophies and club-mem-
er Ignacio Paschal may be es-
tranged in order to be able to
play in the league.
Managers, take a tip. Prepare
your teams for the Montlcello
Basketball League. Get the best
players on your teams. Get your
sponsors. Get the names inscrib-
ed with the Montlcello Club.
The Monticello 8oftball tro-
phies are to be put on display
soon. Keep an observant eye out
for the attractive display of tro-
a
holes.
The brawny 1947 National
Amateur champion took the first
round lead in last year's Masters
FORT AMADOR, April 7 The
Air Force continued to domin-
ate Armed Forces sports, here In
the Canal Zone yesterday, as they
beat both the Army and Navy to
win the 1951 Cana} Zone Inter-
service golf championship.
The victory for the Air Force
stopped the Army from gaining
permanent possession of the tro-
phy this year. Army has two legs
of the trophy, which is awarded
eermanent possession to the
ranch of service winning the
championship three times.
At the end of the first" round
of the tournament, the Air Force
team took a 21-stroke lead and
remained out In front through the
entire tournament. Navy trailed
by 53 strokes at the end of the
first round.
Army came back in the second
round to pick up nine strokes
and cut the Air Force lead down
to 12, while the Navy still trailed '
by 50 strokes.
The Air Force increased their
lead up to 26 strokes after the
third round of the tournament,
Royal Tan, Derringstown
Finish Second And Third
By Untied Press
LIVERPOOL, April 7 Nickel Coin today won the
Grand National Steeplechase frokn a field of 36 with Royal
Tan second and Derringtown third.
The winner is owned by J. Royle and was ridden by
Jockey John Bullock. Nickel Coin was a 33-to-l outsider
in last night's overnight callover of British bookmakers.
But today he licked the favorites in the gruelling four mile
865 yard grind the toughest horse race in the world. At
race time the betting was 40-to-l, 22-to-l and 66 to-1 on
the first three finishers.
As they approached the dreaded Beechers Brook
"graveyard of National hopes" 27 of the 36 runners had
fallen, including Shagreen who fell at the fifth jump.
Nickel Coin was always with the leaders and jumping
confidently. Russian Hero then began contesting the lead
with Nickel Coin while Royal Tan rapidly overtook them
followed by Gay Heather.
Meanwhile, Derringstown had plodded along behind
and gradually caught the leaders at Beechers Brook.
Broomfield, Gay Heather and Derringstown all fell at
Beechers and only two were left in the race.
But jockey Power quickly remounted Derringstown
and began a pursuit of the two leaders. They approached
the final fence where Royal Tan hud jumped into the lead
and was a length in front. ... ...
However, in the run down the stretch Nickel Coin
proved strongest and gradually drew past Royal Ton.
many of the estimated 30,000
persons expected to attend.
Gov. James F. Byrnes will be
on hand to present the cup to
the owner of the winning horse
in the feature race.
Carolina Cup Race
To Attract Record
Crowd This P. M.
CAMDEN, S.C.. April 7 (UP)
The biggest crowd to ever witness
a Carolina cup is expected to be
on hand today for the famed
steeplechase running over the
three-mile Sprlngdale Track.
The weather man has predict-
ed unsettled conditions with
scattered showers for today. But
this is not likely to scare away
but lost it the next day to Jim i bogeyed the pond hole. He came as, four of the eigh-tman team*
Ferrler. who held it until hU back strong to birdie 13, placing -
now-celebrated blow-up on the ( nis second shot on the back edge
last six holes.
Riegel had no secure margin
with the decisive rounds coming
up. George Fazio of Conshohoc-
ken, Pa., who led the field Thurs-
day, pre-tournament favorite
Ben Hogan and Lew Worsham
of Oakmont. Pa. were all push-
ing him from a single stroke back
at 142.
And Just behind them with
143's were Johnny Bulla. Phoen-
ix, Ariz.. Lloyd Mangrum of Chi-
cago and former Masters' Champ
Sam Snead. all players who are
great stretch runners with the
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Panam Radio walloped Om-
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game. "Natie" Weeks made a sight.
creditable pitching debut in this
game.
Twelve-year-olds flock the ball
park, eagerly awaiting their op-
Dave Douglas of Newark, Del.,
one of the last players to finish
yesterday also got in the 143
group with a 00 to go with his 74
of Thursday.
Ewtunlty to play In the Little. Two of the brightest amateur
eague preparatory games. Little starsNational Champion Sam
League Baseball has been played j urzetta of Rochester. N.Y., and
among American-rate communl- the colorful W. L. (Dynamite)
ties and Local-rate boys have Qoodloe of Valdosta, Ga., were
spent a lot of time watching the bracketed at 145 with veteran pro
games and hoping for a chance Lawson Little of Monterey, Cal,
to participate In such a game. and young Jack Burkev Jr., of
Now that their dream will come Houston. Tex.
true on June 15, the boys eagerlv i The 8.000-yard Augusta Na-
grasp the opportunities now af-1 tlonal layout is known as a hot
forded to try to classify for the putter's course but Riegel forged
Santa Crus team.
of the green, and recovered an-
other stroke with a 12-foot putt
on 17. It was his only difficult
putt made in the round.
Fazio would have eased into a
tie for the half-way lead except
for a missed five-foot putt on the
18th green. Worsham also had a
chance for a 141-total until he
three-putted the 17th and took
his second 71. Worsham executed
one of the more spectacular shots
of the cloudy day when he blast-
ed out of a trap on seven within
six inches of the flag.
Hogan, still a heavy choice to
be ahead at Sunday's finish, took
onlv 36 putts In shooting a par
72 to go with his 70 of Thursday.
A badly topped second shot on
the second hole, putting his ball
in the woods, cost Ben a chance
to do better yesterday although
he emerged from his trouble with
a par five.
Harried Cary Mlddlecoff of
Memphis, Tenn., whose game
threatened to disintegrate on the
winter tour and whose temper
did. compiled his second straight
78 yesterday. He stood at 146
came in with scores below 75.
Going Into the final round of
the 72-nole tournament, with a.
26-stroke lead, the Army cut the
Air Force lead down to but nine
strokes after the first three
flights came In, but Col. Brock
came In with 70 to give the Air
Force a lead of 15 strokes. Only
two strokes were lost in the re-
maining four flights to give the
Air Force a 13-stroke lead in the
final tabulation.
A new record for the tourna-
ment was set by the Air Force's
Captain Dave Starrett. who took
the individual championship
with a total of 288. The old tour-
nament for the present three-
year trophy championship was
304 set by the Army in 1949. Star-
rett shot a par-68 during the first
round then came back with
scores of 73, 73, 74, to walk off
with the individual honors.
Right behind Starrett and In
second place was Major Jim
Walsh, also of the Air Force
team. Walsh shot a very consis-
tent game as he came In with
scores of 74, 74, 74, and 71 for a
total of 293.
Kulikowski and ZiZlkle of the
Army and Wood of the Navy each
along with Clayton Haefner. had a total of 298 for the 72-hole
Charlotte, N.C., and Dick Mayer tournament, to tie for third
of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Little Juan Rosely has the
makings of . good pitcher. On
his^-flrst day, Juan had five
strikeouts for two innings of
pitching. "Midget"' Thousand,
two-year Midget League star, was
unable to get more than a high
fly to the outfield off Rosely's
pitching.
Hugh Powell plays a bang-up
shortstop position, but his lone
throws make him better suited
for the outfield. He is a verv good
batsman and has little trouble
circling the bases.
Boys like these stir out falter-
ing hopes. However, without ex-
perienced guiding they may not
even rate. Come on.,you Gamboa
Baseball Vets, volunteer to lead
the Santa Cruz Little Leaguers to
victory.
The question of uniforms Is a
delicate one. Jose French has
been searching for a sponsor, but
U meeting with little success.
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THE PANAMA AMFRICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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-JMantic Society
So, 195, C,alun DtLpktm (atue 378
COCKTAIL PARTY GIVEN BY ECUADORIAN VISITOR
Major F. Zambrano, of the Arm? of Ecuador, Sub-Di-
rector of the Coloflo Militar, hs been iitln the LSAR
CARIB School and observing the work of the cadets from hli
country. ^ ,...,_
Thnrsdav evening Major Zambrano entertained: with a
cocktail party between the hours of 5:H and 7:e* p.m. a; tne
Fort Gullck Officers Club.
The guests Included: Colonel
and Mrs. James Pumpelly, Major
and Mrs. Byron K. King, Major
Joseph A. Katallnas, Captain and
Mrs. Clayton H. Moore. Captain
and Mrs. Henry A. Labacz. Cap-
tain and Mrs. Jose M. Torres,
Captain and Mrs. Antonio Que-
sada. Captain and Mrs. Orvllle T.
Shaw, Captain and Mrs. Fernan-
do M. Oulot. Captain and Mrs.
Jose M. Nieves. Captain and Mrs:
Ricardo E. Vazquez, captain and
Mrs. Pascal Adamo, captain and
Mrs. Raymond Patricio and Lt.
and Mrs. Frank M. Llndgren.
Social Event at
Coco Solo Naval Station
The most elborate social event
at the Coco Solo Naval Station
during the weekend was the cock -
tail party given by Captain and
Mrs. E. L. Hamon at their quar-
ters last evening.
A group o Marine Corps offi-
cers and their ladles were over
from the Pacific Side. These in-
cluded Colonel and Mrs. H. J.
Turton, Lt, Colonel Theodore M.
Sheffield, Major and Mrs. D. S.
Callaran and Lt. and Mrs. C P.
Hay mes.
The guests invited from the At-
lantic Side were: Captain and
Mrs. L. L. Koepke and their
bouse guests Mrs. W. I. Foss and
Mr. A. C. Koepke with Captain
and Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld, Cap'.,
and Mrs. J. D. Viecelll, Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Farwell,
Commander and Mrs. Mason
Morris, Commander and Mrs. J.
W. Schwartz. Commander ami
Mrs. C. H. Brandt, Commander
and Mrs. R. C. Ray, Commander
and Mrs. J. J. Frankel.Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs. F. W. Cottrell,
Lt. Commander and Mrs. C. B.
Dlehl
Also Lt. Commander W. J.
Meagher and Mrs. Thomas F.
Meagher, Lt. Commander and
Mrs P. L. Balay, Lt. Comman-
der and Mrs. L. B. Jennings. LI.
Commander and Mrs. F. C.
Roepke, Lt. and Mrs. A. S. Pe-
derson, Lt. and Mrs. Fred Wro-
ble, Lt. and Mrs. D. L. Andrus,
Lt. and Mrs. W. E. Sands. Lt.
and Mrs. M. A. Loy.Lt. and Mrs.
A. Davis, Lt. and Mrs. A. S. Ba-
ker. Lt. and Mrs. Chester Lucas,
Lt. and Mrs. H. J. Thornton,Lt.
and Mrs. Edward Walther, Lt.
and Mrs, W. N. Horlck. Lt. and
Mrs. George Ellis. Lt. K. P.
Stafford, Lt. i jgi and Mrs. D.
C. Mandcvlile, Lt. (Jg) and Mr*.
H. R. Delaney.Lt. (Jg) and Mrs.
W. D. Roynane, Lt.MJgt and
Mrs. P. J. Riley, Lt. (Jg) F. R.
Nordengren, Lt. (jg) and Mrs
Roy Nielsen, Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. V.
A Kraft, Ensign and Mrs E
G. Huldqulst. and CHB and Mrs.
E. B. Hensley.
Dinner Party ,
at Fort DeLeKsepi
An Informal dinner party was
given last evening by CapLiln
and Mrs. Robert 8. Bertschy, at
their Fort De Lesseps quarters,
complimenting Mrs. Ernest I. du
Pont, Jr., of Wilmington, New
Jersey.
The other guests were: M>\
and Mrs. Dashwood Darling, Mr
and Mrs. Marcel Gringolre, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Whltaker, Dr.
and Mrs. Wayne Gilder and Cap-
tain and Mrs. Robert Fahle.
Cristobal Woman's Club Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Cristobal Woman's Club was held
Wednesday at the Gilbert House
with Mrs. R. W. Rubelll presidini:.
The visitors were welcomed by
the president. She Introducid
tne iollowlng new members: Mr.
Howard C. Anderson and Mr.
Harold Halverson. Unfortunately
she had to bid farewell to a larger
group of members. They wire
Mrs. P. B. Mllburne. Mv. C. H.
McCullum, Mrs. Wallace Wilt,
Mrs. Ellis Oleson. Mrs. John L.
Crawford and Mrs. W. A. Koer-
ber.
The following officers were
elected for next year: presiden:,
Mrs. R. W. Rubelli, 1st vice-
president, Mrs. Stanley Kidd, 2nd
vice-president, Mrs. E. F. Mc-
Clelland, Recording Secretary,
Mrs. J. L. Meehan, Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. E. W. Wertz,
Treasurer, Mrs. E. S. Wald.
It was announced that the
club won the oil painting "The
Yellow Tree," which had been
donated by Mrs. Jesse Byrd, with
tickets purchased by money don-
ated by Mrs. Philip Havener to
the Philanthropy Committee.
A musical program was pre-
sented by Professor Leo Cardona.
His selections Included: "A P.is-
torale" and "Gigue" by Scarlotti;
The Moonlight Sonata," "The
Adagio," "The Ronde Allegro
Movements" by Beethoven, three
waltzes and two etudes by Cho-
pin and "Claire de Lune" by De-

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Bussy. He gave one of bis own
compositions "The Snake Charm-
er" and concluded his program
with the "Warsaw Concerto" by
Addinsell.
Mrs. Stanley Kldd and her
committee served an elabonue
tea iollowlng the meeting. Mrs
O. W. Wertz and Mrs. Surse
Taylor presided at the tea table
which was centered with pink
and white frangl-pani blossoms
and pale green croatan leaves.
IWhw Sigman
Complimented with Shower
Miss Shirley Slgman, who Will
be an April bride, was tendered a
kitchen shower given at tne
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. RE. Sigman. of the Coco
Solo Naval Station Wednesday.
The hostesses were: Mrs. Max-
well Butler and Mrs. Wllnnn
Downing. They pyramided th:-
gifts in the shape of a tree to
confront the honoree upon her
entrance.
The other guests with Mrs. Slg-
man were: Mrs. O. E. Byrd, Mrs.
L. Runey, Mrs. J. B. Morris,
Mrs. E. C. Martin. Mrs. R. S.
Bumpass. Mrs. H. F. Cost, Mis
H. DeOrtona, Mrs. N. F. Hurley,
Mrs W. L. Kelly and Mrs. C.
E. Smith.
Announcement of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill of Al-
buquerque, New Mexico, an-
nounce the birth of an eignt
pound daughter on Thursday,
April 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill are former
Isthmian residents. Mr. Hill is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Hill,
Sr., of New Cristobal and Mrc.
Hill Is the former Miss Jean An-
derson of Gatun.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ander-
son, the maternal grandparent,
are visiting their daughter and
son in-law, at Quarters 0408,
East Harrison St.
Dinner Party for Visitors
Dr. and Mrs. Rafael de Boyrie
entertained at their apartment
with an Informal dinner party,
Wednesday evening, to introduce
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Joule who arrived recently from
Barranqullla and are leaving to-
morrow for the States en route
to their home in Canada for a va-
cation.
scuffing. Does more for
Floors dirty?
Dry Clean Them with
JOHNSONS Llq.ld WAX!
Cleans and eelithes
in one oporetios!
No more scrubbing,
drudgery!
JOHNSONS
LIQUIP*
JOHNSON^] WAX
JOHNSON'S WAX
TROPIDl'RA STORES
Apartado IMS Panam. R. de P.
Ladies Bowling Luncheon
The members of the Coco Solo
Ladles Bowling League met at the
Coco Solo Officers Club Friday
for luncheon and election of offi-
cers to start a new series of
games.
Awards were made to the win-
ning teams. Mrs. J. W. 8chwartz
captained the winning team and
the other members were Mrs. H.
J. Thornton, Mrs. Albert Davis
and Mrs. W. E. Sands. Prizes werj
given Mrs. E. L. Hamon with a
high average of 150; Mrs. A. Da-
vis with a high series of 504; and
Mrs. P. J. Rlely with a score of
189 ior high game.
Several new members vere
welcomed to the league. Th?y
were: Mrs. Thomas W. Green-
wood, Mrs. George Ellis. Mrs. Roy
Nielsen, Mrs. F. A. Kraft and
Mrs Chester Lucas.
The others present Included
the president, Mrs. L. B. Ducoie,
who presided. Mrs. J. W.
Schwartz, Mrs. E. B. Hensley,
Mrs. M. A. Ley, Mrs. D. C.
Mandevllle, Mrs. Paul L. X/alay,
Mrs. Edward Walther and Mrs.
W. D. Royname.
Obligation Sunday
Members of the Order of ihe
Rainbow for Girls are reminded
that they will attend the 11:00
a.m. services at the Gatun Union
Church Sunday in a body, as it U
Obligation Sunday.
TAGAROPULOS
INDUSTRIES, S.A.
#4041 Feo. Boyd Ave.
Coln ,R. P.
Phones:
1002 1003
. FRESH MILK
FRESH BUTTER
RICH ICE CREAM
Everything
Inspected by the
Health Department
TODAY! -------.
.ILIA THEATRE]
PENPATIONAL PROGRAMl
mi
JON HALL ^
i.VT
ALSO:
CONCERT PERSONALITY NOW ON ISTHMUS June Pres-
ton. American lyric soprano, is now in Panama after an ex-
tended concert tour in Mexico. Miss Preston, a brilliant fig-
ure In the concert and opera world, is en route to Buenos
Aires for Opera and Concert engagements. She is appearing
in several concerts for US Army Caribbean, the first of which
will take placeat the Fort Kobbe THeater on Thursday.
Panama Canal (clubhouses
Showing Tonight
B A1 BOA Ait' cnditioned
Jim
4:30 6:30 8:30
tn Pijmtam of low, Uu|ta id Music!
JOHNSON GRAYSON
'*fflOiMAI
Lewis STONE Reginald OWEN
NKWSRFEI a CARTOON!
k\
ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY MONDAVI
A N C O N
1:15 515 7:2t
(Sunday)
Bitty GRABLB Don DAILIY
"CALL ME MISTER"
DIABLO HTS.
:15 S;l
Jane POWELL o Ricardo MONTALBAN
"TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE"
(Technicolor)
Sunday 'NEVER A DULL MOMENT"
COCOL!
1:15 :M
Bud ABBOTT a Lou COSTELLO
"THE FOREIGN LEGION'
Sunday MAGNIFICENT YANKEE"
PEDRO MIGUEL
Tyrone POWER, In
Playshed!
' in. I III
"THE MARK OF ZORRO'
GAMBOA
1:15 an
lledy LAMARR John HODIAK
'A Lady Without Passport"
Sunday "THE FOREIGN LEGION"
GATUN
eve 7
2:30 only! "THE FURIES"
p.m. "BORN TO BE BAD"
MARGARITA
:1S 8:15
a
Claim FORD VALI.l
"WHITE TOWER"
(Technicolor)
Sunday "TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE"
CRISTOBAL
Alr-i.n*a
:15 Jt 8:10
Gary COOPER Ruth ROMAN
"DALLAS" (Technicolor)
Also Showing Sunday Monday)
LUX TODAY
1:10 2:50 4:5a 6:5* *9:00 p.m.
The Command Performance
Picture of the Year!
The Story of the Kid who wanted to tit on a Queen's Throne!
GU~NII CONSMKI IMHH
ia-
TOMORROW (8unday)
At 10:00 a.m.
First Chapters of the
Sensational Serial..
"SUPERMAN"
(Chapters 1-2)
Also: Sabu Turnan Bey, in
SONG OF INDIA"
Cdr. A. M. Purdy Gets
Command of Modern
Destroyer "Berry"
Commander Arthur M. Purdy.
USN. completes a 2-year tour of
duty as Operations Officer. Fif-
teenth Naval District, this month
and will leave for Newport, R.I.,
to command the destroyer USS
Fred T. Berry.
Commissioned since World War
U, the USS Berry carries the lat-
est In anti-submarine and other
electronics equipment and re-
cently transited the Panama Ca-
nal following duty with fleet
units off Korea.
En route to Newport, Cdr. Pur-
dy will attend a special course in
anti-submarine warfare tactics
at Key West. Fla.
Commander C. B. Farwell, for-
merly commanding officer at the
Coco Solo Naval Station, will suc-
ceed Cdr. Purdy as District Op-
erations Officer.
Cdr. Purdy accompanied by his
wife Marguerite Salome and
daughter, Lucinda, will leave A-
prll 28 aboard the General Goe-
thals. Their new address will oe:
41 Dartmouth Street, Spring-
field, Mass.
Both Cdr. and Mrs. Purdy have
taken an active Interest In aocl-U
and sports activities during their
stay In the Canal Zone and are
perhaps best known as tennis
players.
Cdr. Purdy won the Naval Dis-
trict singles championship lat
year and teamed with Lt. Glenn
Malby to win the doubles.
Mrs. Purdy last summer pro-
duced the uotstanding Canal
Zpne Recreation Council fashion
show at Balboa Theater.
TROPICAL
TODAY
1:36. S:20, 5:15, 7:05, 8:55
Egypt Shuns Link
With Atlantic Pact
CAIRO, April 7 (UP).Foreign
Minister Mohamed Salah El Din
Bey said here today that Egypt
was not seeking to Join the At-
lantic Pact, a Mediterranean Al-
liance or any other Western de-
fense system.
Salah El Din stressed that
Egypt would always abide by the
provisions of the United Nations
Charter and strive Impartially to
avert World War II
But he said that Egypt could
not carry out herinternational
obligations except through the
full realization of her national
alms Including the evacuation
of British troops from, the Suez
Canal Zone, and the unity of
Egypt and the Sudan under tne
Egyptian crown.
He denied reports that the
United States, Britain, or any
other Western power has ap-
proached the Egyptian Govern-
ment to join a Mediterranean
Pact or any similar alliance for
common defense.
He said: "Egypt's policy re-
mains that enunciated In the
Arab League resolution of Feb. 2
proclaiming unwav e r 1 n g ad-
herence to the principles of th*
United Nations Charter but de-
manding full realization of the
Arab countries' national aspira-
tions."
This resolution stated that th*
Arab nations would strive Im-
partially within the framework
of the United Nations Charter to
eliminate the menace of war, but
lt expressed an Arab need lor
military and economic aid for
purposes of self defense and In
order to contribute to the main-
tenance of world peace.
Salah El Din declined to dis-
close whether the Government
was planning any measures'le-
garding shipping through th
Suez Canal.
He affirmed that Egypt has
decided to accept United Spates
aid under President Harry .8.
Truman's Point Four program,
and than an agreement already
drafted would be signed a soon
as cabinet approved lt.
He said that Egypt, a long-wit r
the six other Arab League na-
tions, would soon send a.hot*
to the French Government' on
the Moroccan crisis.
HOWARD BRIAN PEGGY"
CIUFF DONLEVY DOW
AWRENCETIERNiY-BRUCE BENNETT

TODAY
1:00, 2:45, 4:40, 6:50, 9 p.m.
EYES HAVE NEVER
EHELD ITS EQUAL!
Spectacle
Beyond
Belief I
3 TEAM
IN THE MAKING!
SOLOMONS
MIKES
coio tr
.TECHNICOLOR,
SUfhflf
DEBORAH KERR
STEWART GRANGER1
BICHARD CARLSON
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1951
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum tor
15 words
3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave.
Phone 2-22!
K.10SK.0 DE LESSEFS
Parque de Lessee*
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July At*.
Phono l-441
BOTICA CARLTON
1* M Mtlendti Avo.
Pilone 7 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. ft WmI 1Mb Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
o. 17 "H" Street Panaaa
No 12.17 Central Avo. Coloa
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:1949 Nosh "600" Tu-
Hor Sedan, color green, four now
'tiros, excellent mtchonicol con-
dition. An A-l cor. good al now'
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Bargain! Furniture bed-
room set. modern ond in good con-
dition; olso child's bed. 34 Street
Eost No. 7.
finlv S430.00 down ond drivo it ,, : ~ '. 7~.
uniy *"wvu uroCURY F0R SALESears 25 cycle washing
away. Your FORD. M i RJ.uk ', ___u __ r|------- ,*,',_ 4L.
LINCOLN DEALER C O t P A N
MOTORS. Inc. Tal. 2-1033.
machine. Cheap.
Balboa.
151 1-A Akee,
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet, 4-door
Sedan DeLuxe, seat covers and ra-
.To. $1.550. I4I2-B Balboa.______
FOR~SALE: 1946 Chryrio/ New
Voider iordar sedan, color ray.
fluid drive, rodio ond four brand
niw tirei. Dollar tor dollar you r
o''t get'a better buy! Only
$430.00 down. Your FORD MER-
FOR SALE:2 Single springs and
mattresses'; I 9 Tube Zenith
Radio; I I I Tube Seats Radio;
I Bomboo Choir; 4 Chairs
and Table; 2 Upholstered Choirs;
I Floor Lomp. PAD 3140,
O'Neill.
Singer hemstitching
machine. $200.00. Calle Mariano
Arosemena No. 60 downstairs. Po-
CuRY." LINCOLN DEALER COL-i _nmA-__________________________
PAN MOTORS, Inc.Tol. 2-1033. f.-0R SALE:Double spring mot tress,
chino closet, set dishes, 150 ft. I"
Rope, miscellaneous articles.. 43-C
Cocoli, doy or evening.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth, radio,
theater, newly recapped tires. Sgt
W. S. Prott, Albrook. Phone 86- FQR SALE:Porch glider, excellent
::w-
FOR SALE:1949 Ford, four door,
jjx: light groy good tirei. on A-1
clean cor only $395.00 down and
MM it way. COLPAN MOTORS.
_ Tel. 2-1033.
condition, o bargain at $15.00.
Balboo 3764, House 828-D, Em-
pire Street.
FOR SALE:Piano, bargain. Phone
Panama 3-0387.
FOR SALE:Cadi Hoc 1949 Groy. 4-
door Sedon 62 with 27.000 miles,
hydromatic, radio, white side wall
jijes, seot covers. Price $2.900. I FOR SALE:I Chinese chow bench,
FOR SALE:Eleven pieces of bamboo
furniture. House 0775-C, William-
son Place jlboa, Mrs. F. Y. Mayo.
Plaza 5 de Mayo No. 163, Pana-
I Oriental rug (Bokhara I. Tivol
Ave. No. 10, Apt. 18. Tel. 2-1385.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Sedanette ;.QR SALE:Westinghouse refrigero-
Super. color block, four brand new
tire, radio, outside real view mir-
lar. This cor it like new an *-
cellent buy! Only $450.00 down.
Your FORD, MERCURY, LINCOLN
DEALER COLPAN MOTORS.
iBC. Tel. 2-1033.
TOR SALE:1948 Kaiser, four door
Sedan, color gray, good tiret, we
are giving thit car oway only
$265.00 down ond drive it owoy.
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Tel. FOR SALE: Upholstered armchair.
tor all porcein 7 ft., 25 cycle $65.
' H.P. 25 cycle motor $10 or ex-
change for 60 cycle. Phone Quarry
Heights 2293.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refrige-
rator 'excellent condition through-
out), 2Vi year guorantee, 25 cycle.
Maple boby bed and mottress, like
new. Folding coffee toble, lorge
fug. 41-K Gotun, Lighthouse Rood.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcohlica Anonymeui
on 2031 Anton, C. Z.
For Memorial Day. Reduced prices,
lOVo on all head stones in Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month.
No. 52 "B" Street Coslmiro Mo-
reno, Ponomi. Tel. 2-2656.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High glosa oil points
and enamel. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Norge 25 cycle, 6 cu. ft.
refrigerotor $50. excellent condi-
tion. 1938 Buick Special Sedan.
522-D Cocoli.
FOR SALE:1946 model, 85 h.p.
Globe Swift Airplane plus equip-
ment 86 hours since overhauled,
licensed until Morch 1952. Aero-
motic, primary blind, olways han-
gared, new condition, owner leav-
ing. Steal at $1200. Call 83-6210
or 2-3376 day or night.
RESORTS
Williams Sarita Clara Beach Cottages.
T#o bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillip. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Bex number 435, Balboa. Phono
Panorrui 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara beach,
.cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phono
Gamboa, 6-54.1 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Furnished Cholet, Lo
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, Audlsio.
SALE OF STRUCTURES
The Panama Conal offers for sole to
the highest bidder Buildings Nos.
102-X, Bolboa Heights; 412 ond
600. Ancon; 105 and I 16, Pedro Mi-
guel; 114, 1718 and 1720, Cristobal;
and 4008, Comp Bierd. Sealed bids
will be received in the office of the
Supply ond Service Director ot Balboa
Heights until 10:30 a.m., April 20,
1951, when they will be opened in
public. Forms of proposal with full
porticulars may be secured in the of-
fices of the Supply ond Service Direc-
tor, Bolboa Heights, and the Housing
Managers ot Balboa Heights, Pedro
Miguel, and Cristobal.
FOR SALE: SKAT-THIEF burglar
alarm for cars only $5.00. Stop
worrying about your tires ond car.
Radio Colidonia, 126 Central Ave.
Phone 2-1326.
2-1033.
hassock and sidechoir dressing
table, bedroom table, rockmgchoir,
kifchen utensils, potted plonts,
glass shelves. Electric clocks, per-
colator. 793-B. Tavernilla St., Bal-
boa. Tel. 2-1855.
OR SALE:Lote 1948 Buick Spe-
cial, duty paid. Perfect mechanical
condition. Good appearance. Driven
only by owner 1 1.200 miles. Tel. |
Panam 3-1755.
__-----------------------------------------------:----- FOR S^LE:Stateside, bedroom, suite
OR SALE1947 Studeboker'Chom-; jl00. set Peruvian crystal $50;
pion. 4-door sedan, color dork blue, | portoble Typewriter $30. Phone
our brand new tires, plostie seot 83-6226 ofter 8 p.m.
covers, rodio. An A-l cor! Only:-----------------------------------------------------
$360.00 down. Your FORD, MER- FOR SALE:1950 RCA. Radio. Vic-
CURY. LINCOLN DEALER COL- trola combination, Console model
PAN MOTORS. Inc. Tel. 2-1033.
FOR SALE:1946. 4-door, Hudson
Sedan, leather, upholstery. 5 brand ,
new tires, excellent condition. Call |
Bolboa 1693 at noon or p.m. House
1580-A.
7QV5, 25 cycle, poid $250.00, sell
for $150.00. Phone 2-2679.
OR SALE:1948 DcSoto. four door
sedan, color dark blue, four brand
row tirei. A clean cor! Come in
drive it and we know you'll take it!
Only $430.00 down. Your FORD,
MERCURY, LINCOLN DEALER
tOLPAN MOTORS. Inc. Tel.
2-1033.
LESSONS
Instruction in voice placement, poise,
ond stage presence. Danny Cox
Studio. Call 273 6283 nights.
FOR SALE 1949 Chevrolet, 2-door
MUSIC: Beginners, intermedite ond
classical students leorn to play
practical piano pieces, |ozz, pop-
ulor Latin American rhythms or the
classics in 4 to 6 months course.
Bennett, No. 9 Juan B. Scsa No. 9.
Tel. 2-1282.
DeLuxe Sedan, excellent condition. Leorn from professional instructors,
flren color, plastic seot cover, new Con t missjhejun. Leorn \o donee,
tires $1.300.00. Con be finonced.
720-D Cocoli corner Nicbar and
Yfii'.'d St.
Bolboo "Y" or Call 274-3105.
Hornett Gr Dunn.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Phono or come immediately
those parts Go fast.
Trie following parts, selected and
servkeoble, aro now available. WANTED 2 used cors. One old mo-
CompJete engine assembly for 1941 | de, one new mode| c_ . Write
Plymouth, carburotor. fuel pump. p 0 8ox 1474 Ancon Informa-
water pump, generator, starter. t)0n inc|u(jing price.
motor, distributor, ready for inttal- I---------------------------------------------------------
lotion ond immediate use. Guar- WANTED:Light six, four door Se
dan up to $500.00. Write: John
E. Covis, Box 139, Balboa, C. Z,
ateed far only $150.00.
Transmission. Studebaker Champion
1940 $35.00.
1*41- Ford trontmission $40.00.
Front Fender, 1941 Buick Special
$20.00.
roar Fender, 1941 Buick Special
$12.50.
1931 Ford-A transmission $15.00.
Aha 1947 Nash 6. radio, good tires.
good paint, S650.00. Like new EXPERIENCED SECRETARY. Bilingual
$1.600.00. 1950 Chevrolet Pick- Steno and Correspondent. Box 818,
WANTEDCholet. Golf Heights, two.
three bedrooms, maid's quarters. No
furniture deswed. Coll 3-2362, Pa-
nam.
Wanted Position
"p-
AGENCIA PANAMOTORES
2-1185.
MOTORES TRANS-ISTMICA
3-3033.
Ancon.
OR SALE:1947 Ford, 2-door Se-,
Jan. food condition, new tires, [
Unoorcooted. original owner. 609
Ancon Blvd.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Large "Walker hound" dog
between the pipe line and the Em-
pire rifle range. Notify Sr. Juan
Arosemena. Tel. 3-3421.
THE- AGENCIA PANAMOTORES
^.Colle 9 No. 27 opposite
Olympic Stadium. Phone 2-1185
and the
MOTORES TRANS-ISTMICA
on the Trans-Isthmian Highway
just neir to the
Visto Hermoso town. Phone 3-3033.
Shall combine efforts in the supply-
ing ot serviceable used outomct'le
parts, advertising ot weekly inter-
vals, their latest stock of service-
able ports in this column, for your
convenience.
Look weekly for the item you
may need, or cell ut ot
2-1185 or 3-3033.
MOTORES TRANS-ISTMICA
Winston Catan.
ACTIVE AT W
BOSTON (UP) Celt-brat-
Ing his 92nd annl' rsary,
^Blcm H HV-.'r baked 1::-
own birthday cake.
FOR SALE:Play pen. dumb-bells
80 lb. adjustable, cor seat, work
bench, large tool cobinet. Reason-
able. House 5628-A Diablo Hts.
FOR SALE:Twin bods with night-
stands; children furniture and dln-
ngroom set made by Cowes; re-
frigerator ond other household
item. House 561 1 -D Dloblo.
Mothers, JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the crodle to 4 yeors,
sold exclusively ot BABYLANDIA,
No. 39 43rd Street. ("If it's
for the Baby, we hove it.")
FOR SALEDuPont & Gevoert photo-
graph papers ond cut film in vori-
ous types and sizes. Reody-to-use
DuPont and Edward Developers ond
fixing both. Photo chemicals and
accessories. Lindo & Maduro. No.
24 Eost 29th St., Panama. Tel-
3-1683.
OR SALE:Radio and record player,
child's chest-mirrors, kitchen stools,
miscel I o n e o u s household items.
0556-A Chagres Street, Ancon
2-3690.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
THE WH0LI
WORLD OVER
FOR SALEOrganic Vegetable Truck
Garden 12 miles from Ponami. 3
ha. irrigated with good year-round
water supply. 1 ha. in pineopple,
2 ho. in vegetables. Young fruit
trees, cement block house, bunk
house, ond owner's cement block
house building. Buyer gets income
producer from first week with orga-
nization and complete equipment
to run it, ond estoblished markets
crying for products. Equipment in-
cludes pick-up truck, Rototiller,
Plonet. Jr. troctor with discs,
mower plow ond other ottachments,
also hl-pressure 2 in. centrifugal
pump, all in good condition. Hustler
con make it pay for itself in 2 dry
season. "Goldbricks" need not op-
ply. Box 789 Bolboa. Tel. 2-3679
after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE
Roals $ Motor*
FOR SALE:Foirbqnks Morse hori-
zontal 5 rJ.P Gasoline kerosene
motor. Also G.E. 3J4 KW Gen-
erator 1 10 V. DC. Belt drive. Box
57. Ancon.
Col. Hahn Ordered
To White Sands
Proving Ground
Colonel Thomas M. Hahn. U.8
\rniv. Assistant Director of Com-
munications. Headquarters Ca-
ribbean Command, recently re-
ceived orders transferring him to
the White Sands Proving Ground,
Las Cruces. New Mexico. Colonel
Hahn plans to leave the Isthmus
at an early date and will be ac-
companied by his family.
Colonel Hahn Is well-known In
the Canal Zone for his amateur
radio activities. His call j>lg.n
KZ5UT is familiar to many radio
operators all over the Americas.
Prior to joining the Army. Col.
Hahn was Associate Professor of
Physics at the University of Ken-
ucl.v He holds a Doctor's (i*-
tee in ph'-s'fs from the Unlver-
.ty of Chicago.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
Cholet recently painted 3 bedrooms,
2 bths% garage, hot-wafer 'Bendix'
splendid location. Justo Aroseme-
na No. 92. Tel. 3-3488. Panami.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
SILIPHANE
A new and better water-
proofing by the makers of
AQUELLA for protection
of masonry and cement
paints. Clear and Invis-
ible. Easy to apply with
brush or garden sprayer.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central
Tel. 3-0140
TO RENT:A house In Sobonas, La
Carrasquilla No. 60. Two bedrooms
with porches, o bathroom, dining-
room and livingroom. Also room
with both for maids. Tol. 3-0715.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for further details call
Mndez & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS for rent
Modern furnished and unfurnished
apartments Contact office No.
8061, 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East ond Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Ponami.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartment,
livingroom, dmmgroom, balcony.
Bella Vista No. 8, Colombia Street.
Apt. 5.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
living diningroom $60.00. 56 Ave.
Porro?, Key Apartment- 3. Phone
3-0841.
FOP. RENT:One bedroom apartment
located near Canal Zone. Rent with
refriferoter $60, without $55. Tat
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT:Apartment in 13th St.
Via Porros, San Francisco. House
No 16. Phone 3-2516.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment
sitting-diningroom furnished $65.
All screened. Entrance of San Fran-
cisco. Information Phone 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Modern opartment.
House No. 20 13th Street, Son
Francisco.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
aportmenf opposite ocean pork and
school excellent for couple. Federi-
co Eioyd No. 1. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR RENT:Apartment, one lorge
one small bedroom. Tel. 3-1648.
Apply Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 .m.,
44th St., House 9. Apt. 2.
FOR RENTFurnished opartment one-
bedroom ond both, frigidoire, no
kitchen. Bello Vista. Tel. 3-1648.
SLIPCOVERS
l utium.nuMic lor Uvuujrovra
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Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parkins
English speaking clerks
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CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m.
E. L. Duront Will
Head Legislative
Unit In Local 900
Erald L. Durant of Cristobal
has been appointed Director of
the Legislative Department of
Local BOO, Qovt. and Civic Em-
ployes Organizing Committee-
CIO. by President Ed Oaskln, ac-
cording to Harold W. Williams,
Recording and Corresponding
Secretary of the organization.
In this position Durant will be
directly In charge of the depart-
ment responsible for all research
and cataloging of Information 10
bo submitted to the legislative
department of National CIO hi
Washington, D.C., by the local
union in support of legislation
being presented on behalf of the
local rate workers of the Canal
Zone.
The reguVr monthly meeting
of the Executive Board of Lochl
boo, GCEOC-CIO, will be held at
La Boca tomorrow morning. At
this session delegates from the
various chapters will assemble to
discuss plans for future negotia-
tions with the Governor of tlit
Panama Canal for the welfare of
the local rate employes.
CZ Boy Seoul Week
Has An Observance
Sel for Every Day
The observance of Boy Scout
Week by the International Boy
Scouts of the Canal Zone will be-
gin April 15. and end on April 21.
According to the program of
activities planned, the opening
Sunday has been designated Du-
ty to God day, when all scouts
are expected to attend services in
their respective churches.
Monday, April 16, will be Com-
munity Service day. Civic organ-
izations are invited to request the
j services of scouts during the
week.
Tuesday; April 17, will be Serv-
ice to School day. Principals are
asked to nave assignments for all
scouts to perform.
Wednesday, April 18, will be
Scout day. All scouts should wear
uniforms to school; parade in
uniforms in the afternoon; give
demonstrations of a curtailed
scout meeting In each school.
Thuisday, April 10, will be Cub
day. There will be a cuberee at
L. Boca and Silver City 5 'o 8
p.m.
Friday, April 20, will be Loyalty
day. set aside for services to troop
sponsors. Each troop Is expected
to arrange display for sponsors
and a short program with light
entertainment, if possible.
President William Jump of the
EX-GIGETS
15 YEARS
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their sins In some measures,"
the Judge said.
"You, like so many other fool-
ish men and women, believed
that Soviet Russia was Utopia.
You learned that when ou en-
listed in what you believed was
a cause for the liberation of
Sen, you were In effect enllst-
g in the Russian Foreign Le-
gion.
"However, you found your way
back before the curtain fell on
your life. You repented and
brought to justice those who
enlisted you in this cause.
"I shall, therefore follow the
government's recommendation
and sentence you to 15 years In
prison."
Greenglass had denied on the
witness stand that he agreed
to become the main government
witness against the-Rosenbergs
to save his wife. But it was his
testimony that condemned the
Rosenbergs and radar expert
Morton Sobell, 35, who was sen-
tenced yesterday to 30 years In
prison for his part In the spy
ring exposed with the surest of
Dr. Klaus Fuchs, British atomic
scientist.
Although by his own admis-
sion the former soldier was Just
as guilty, Kaufman had said
that Greenglass' decision to im-
plicate his own sister had tak-
en "a lot of soul-searching and
courage."
He bad testified that the Ro-
senbergs persuaded him to give
them atomic secrets for use by
the Russians In 1944, "a dia-
bolical conspiracy lo destroy a
God-fearing nation." Kaufman
said, enabling Russia to pro-
duce an atomic bomb "years be-
fore our best scientists predict-
ed," Russia would1 perfect one.
During the three week trial.
Greenglass described the inner
workings of the atom bomb as
developed at Los Alamos. So
secret was his testimony on this
point that Kaufman cleared
spectators and reporters from
the courtroom. Atom bomb ex-
perts testified that Greenglass'
description of the bqmb was
accurate.
ROA Names Leaders
To Make National j
Defense Week Plans
The Reserve Officers Associa-
tion through its President, j.
Paul Sidebcaham, has announced,
that National Defense Weelc
Plans are progressing with ths
formation of a Central Civilian,
Committee.
This committee inchtded tho
Department Commanders of two
American Legion and the Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars, Hans P. Pe-
dersen and E. J. Egllnton, with
Carl J. Browne (ROA) as chair-
man.
Meetings of the committee aro
presently being scheduled to
which representatives of all civic
and fraternal organizations have
been invited by letter. Thus far,
a tentative working program for
the week's activities has been
drafted, subject to revision by the
full committee. It is believed to.
Include participation by the Buy
Scouts, Girl Scouts, Sea Scouts,
ROTC, and others.
Representatives may contact
Browne by telephoning Baiboa
2179, particularly with regard to
meeting schedules and other ar-
rangements.
Local Council Is scheduled to de-
liver an annual message over one
0 fthe local radio stations as a
highlight of the observance.
Posters have been placed on
display In connection wijh Boy
Scout Week, featuring the elected
"leader of the year J950," Romeo
Miller, district commissioner for
the Atlantic sic'#; and "scout of
the year 1950," Charles Myerj,
presently cubmaster of Troop No.
1, Sliver City.
Short Circuit
Sets Off Sirens
At Albrook AFB
Air raid sirens at Albrook
Field and the 16th Naval Dis-
trict were set off last night by
a short circuit, an Air Force
SDokesman announced.
The sirens first went off at
8:40 am. and. although the blase
was steady and not the up-and-
down wall of the alert signal,
many Pacific Siders. both In ci-
vilian and military communities,
turned out their lights and took
shelter.
Civilian officials and Canal
Zone police -^ who reported that
they received many telephone
calls were Informed and the
Armed Forces Radio station
broadcast repeated announce-
ments that the alarm was false.
In order to clarify the situation
a long blast all clear was sound-
ed.
San Miguel PTA'a Next
Meeting Is Monday
The San Miguel P.T.A. will
THUNDER OVER PARIS meet Monday 7:30 p.m. at the
PARIS (UP Thunder was! Fnch Society's Hall,
heard In Paris during 35 days Members will receive their
last year as compared with the mebership cards, which have ar-
26-day yearly averane. French rived from the United States,
weather bureau officials report- 1 Guest speaker will be the Re.
ed. J. O'Neal,
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PORRAS
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR RENT:Apartment in concrete
residence, livingroom, diningroom.
kitchen, bedroom, patio. $45.00
monthly. Lo Pradera corretera Las
Sabanas. Tel. 3-2796 opposite ga-
soline stotion Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:To dosiroble people;
furnished, lorge double, clean ond
cool room. Modern convenience.
Hot water ond phone. Peru Avo.
No. 65, lower left.
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordiol wel-
come ond 1 profitable hour will
be vours at the "Couple's Closs"
of the First Boptlst Church in Bol-
boo' Heights, 9:30 och Sunday
morning.
Dr. W-ndehake, Medical Clinic, Day
ond Night service. Central Avenue
133. Phone Ponami City 2-3479.
WALK TOO MUCH
ROCKLAND, Mass. (UP)
Housewives are amon the worst
sufierers from foot ills. accord-
Ins to Dr. Jo.eDh Lelvveld. chair-
man of the National Foot Health
Council. '
TUX I.KFrVKE CORF
rhone 1-M3S
LOTS POR SALE
Dewn fitmni SIN.
Menthly Po/Bieat SIS
O LOTS on Paved Street from S1D0
q. Meter.
O Por Rml: Heavy Eojalfeaaat for
round leveling. ,
O We Rent l.ota on Loruj Terra*
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BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Prance
Tel. S-1M3
Franco Counters
Living Cost Rise
MADRID, April 7 (UP). In
drive to lower living costs and
eliminate the black market the
government had fixed celling
prices for fish, vegetables, eggs
and milk.
Textile firms must speed up
clothing production.
Violators of the new measures
can be penalized by permanent
closure of guilty shops, revoca-
tion of rental rights to their
iand, and loss of the right of
bail pending trial.
Ill f synchroniser.
C3.. shipped
at factory erices.
Consult
CAMERA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone M1M
A waterproof watch for
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Whn we at Rolex perfected the first pueed with flying colour. Although many
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do it (ust for the benefit of Channel
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others. Dust, humidity, perspiration, face-
powder they will all harm a watch's
delicate movement, and a case that fa im-
pervious to water is impervious to all these
other enemies.
A waterproof watch, in other woids, will
remain accurate longer than one in an
ordinary case; that waa why we originally
developed our Rolex Oyster. And what a
success It ha* been! Every test to which
the Role Oyster has been subjected, It has
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor New
And
(mment
A Peculiar Place in Which to Choose to Live
THE NEW YORK-FLORIDA SPECIAL
Prlneess Metternlch and wine ercuint Nino Lo
.aavlo are on a sentimental lamour toujourney^. ***
Page's Boston Latin Quarter cUek was the biggest there
sitie Soph Tucker's wU-bitto' to... The ^1 *-te
is Oct. IS fee Constance HUU Carpenter (dgfctr. of the
Roosevelt Hotels fen. mgr.) and David Dennijon Clark,
son of the retired Conn, banker. .The Soptt MeKay (he
In "BeU Book & Candle") are at the Who Sorry Now
tftfcVAMtwaat Backstage Wyll at 'Out of This World
to featured Saneen Janet Colltas and Roy Harrison The
veddy uppity Ashley Astor Cbanlers will make it half a
dozen In Paree. He has two.no she thfoeby lormer
meddl*fes...One of the iris in the Bogart panda stery
was sheUacked In the Plasa powder room.
Sid Levy, who lavished $40,000 on showgel RoBemary Willlam-
son, also took a brief fling at bookmaklng. One kerrlckter wagered
$300 with him by phonelost all racesand then refused to pay.
Levy allegedly assigned a couple of. strong-armers downtown to
starighten him out. The two orillas got their lumps-then gave
Levy hisfor sending them on a sap's errand.. .Kefauver wit-
nesses will be enlightened with this: Time mag rec'd over 70,000
letters (they say) asking for reprints.. .A Congressional group will
tart probing Army spending. It will uncover the story of how
an Army general has been able to give "gifts," such as motor boats
and other expensive things.. .The Boston Post is still hoping J. P.
Kennedy will buy itsince a certain syndicate Is bidding for It
now.
The Dep't of Defense will soon reveal small business is
getting more military contracts than ever bfeore, to stop
unwarranted squawking by a few small Jjix interests. RCA-
Victor will confirm that advance orders on "Never Been
Kissed" are bigger than "The Thing." Both written by
Chas. Grean, victor exec...It's a hlmage for the N. X.
Times' byUner T. Romans.. .Merwin K. Hart to using the
freight elevator at his edifice to dodge sabpena serves...
Joe ("Mission to Moscow") Davies (the ex-Ambassador)
to building a private A-bomb shelter at his Washington
retreat.. .Edith Piaf's pals report she donated most of the
coin made in the I'. S. to the Church. Some believe she
will one day enter a convent...T. Manville's estranged
wife gets $1,000 per month... Mrs. Alison Bisgood (of
and explorer L. Cotlow have let it curdle... Aft'n tool-
makers and graduate mechanical and Industrial en-
gineers: The V. S. Naval gun factory, the largest arma-
ment plant in the world, needs you at once!
To Ed Murrow (CBS): No news program. In my opinion, tops
your Friday night special from 9- to 10.1 never miss It. (Plug over,
son)...When Sugar Ray fights (April 9) for an Oklahoma hos-
pital, he will deliver, another check there for the Runyon Com-
Commlttee. Ditto at Clevelandto Western Reserve Univ.both
second grants.. .Thanks to Televisin Authority's board of direc-
tors for making It possible for Mliion Berle's upcoming (in May)
24-hour telethonto put the Runyon Fund over the S million
mark...Two babies may livebecause the fund responded to ap-
peals of mothers on both coasts last week...Minnie Ouggenhelm
(bless 'er heart) has kindly permitted the Runyon Fund to use
Lewlsohn stadium for Duke Ellington's concert there June 13.
Rlrst time any outsider got it! Nice Minnie, kiss,'kiss, kiss.
The Abe Reles "mystery" (did he fall, was he pushed
to hie death? From that Coney hotel room) hasnt been
told by any newspaper yet.. .Certain people are In pos-
session of extortion letters mailed from that hotel by one
of Reles' intimates, allegedly in the room (during the
time) when Reles was "guarded" by detectives.. Thin
urobably will be a major part of the new Dewey Crime
Commissionand must involve law enforcement cowards.
Underworld Insiders tell the column the "Glbbones" (Italianos
in the U. S. underworld i have conferred, secretlv to give Frank
Costelk) "the Lepke treatment."________
thii i$ row rottuM rm maoim own column
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This newspoper assumes no responsibility far statements or opinions
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TAX RESEARCH
April 3, 1B51
Mail Box
Panama American
Republic of Panama
Dear Mall Box Editor:
I have an answer to a letter
published In the Panama Amer-
ican In the last week in March
concerning the legality of tire Re-
troactive portion of the Income
Tax.
"Protection under the ex post
facto clause applies to criminal
cases only and a retroactive ci-
vil law is not forbidden by the ex
post facto clause. For example,
an Income tax law enacted In No-
vember can Impose a tax upon
one'e Income for the entire year
including the preceding ten
months."
This was quoted from AMER-
ICAN GOVERNMENT by Frank
Abbott Magruder, Ph. D.. which
was published in 1948. The quo-
tation may be found on. page 391,
second paragraph.
Sumpin Hoppin
LAW "NOT RETROACTIVE"
March 30, 1951
Editor
The Mall Box
The Panama American
Panama. R.P.
Dear 81r:
Juit a short note In refern-.ee
to the letter written by Wha-
Hoppln??
In making Income tax retroac-
tive the law has not been made
retroactive. The 18th amend-
ment to the- U. 8. Constitution
was made law Feb. 25, 1913.
E. Pluribus Unum
By Victor Riesel
WASHINGTON If President
Truman really wants to become
labor's man of distinction in
1952, he should announce Im-
mediately that he's not a candi-
date for re-election.
That's the way to win- pack
his popularity with the union
chlets who delivered millions ol
dollars and tons of propaganda
to him In '48. And he needn't
worry about leaving them with-
out a candidate. Many of the
most powerful of them will take
Sen. Kefauver as their presid-
ential nominee and didn't
hesitate to say so privately this
weekend.
They're gleeful over the dose
o/ "iVolej-oiis" which Ke-
fauver's given the muscle
mobs. They've been angered by
reports their people bring
down from the Hills that,
'Kefauver is in the doghouse
among his fellow senators.
They're furious over the crack
among influential Senators
which smirks at the Tennessee
crime buster as merely "ques-
tioning crapshooters. They
like him and they'll tell him
so, soon.
And these labor leaders are
determined not to pull the fat
political districts out of the
tire for those Democrats whose
machines are controlled, or do-
minated, by men Kefauver has
exposed. ,___
Unless Mr. Truman cleans
house and sees to It that labor
has Its share of responsibility in
the government and the Demo-
cratic Party, labor will not per-
mit Itself to be used as "respect-
able camouflage" for the gamb-
ling combines which really con-
trol many of the big city ma-
chines. The labor leaders will sit
out the next presidential elec-
tion. They'll cut their buck* off
from the Democratic National
Committee. They'll go lndepend-
And they said grimly here this
weekend that Mr. Truman s
party couldn't win without
strong labor support. They
pointed to the March 8 special
election in St. Louis' 11th Con-
gressional District. Here, a com-
paratively unknown candidate
was selected by the Democratic
boss-man, Morris Shenker,
mouthpiece" for many crimin-
als and gamblers.
It was Shenker who first de-
vised the technique of attempt-
ing, to disrupt the Kefauver
hearings. He stood by his client,
Jimmy Carroll, operator of the
national betting combine with
headquarters In St. Louis, when
that self-styled gambling "com-
missioner' put on dark glaM*f
and refused to be televised while
testifying. Democ r a 11 c boss
Shenker was In and out of the
TV lenses for days. 8t. Louis
stood still on Feb. 23 and 24 as
he and gambling czar Carroll
clashed with Kefauver, as did
the Costello-Wolf combination
in New York.
Yet all tjiis time Shenker
was pushing the Democratic
candidate, Harry Schendel,
who was opposed for the no-
mination by the AFL and the
CIO. In fact, top AFL and CIO
leaders went before the city's
ward leaders and pleaded for
the nomination of Mrs. Sul-
livan, widow of the Congress-
man whose death caused a
special election there. But they
were ignored. CIO leaders call-
ed on the lady to file as an
independent candidate. For
two tense days she considered
it and then, literally weep-
ing, she left St. Louis.
Cong. Sullivan was a great
friend of labor and labor just
wasn't going to throw its money
and energy Into the ward ma-
chine that Junked his widow.
qi,e WSHMTOH
MERRY-GO- ROUND
y DREW MARSON
Poor Man's War
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK It seems we have now seen
everything. Lo, behold and forsooth, we now
have a poor man's war. a draft In which the
college man is mainly exempt from exposure to
the military, and a brand-new caste system in
the country. ..
Our President, in his wisdom, has ordered de-
ferment from military service for young men
vrho are passing their work In college, and
shortly will subject other young men to special
aptitude tests with an eye to deferment if they
are smart enough to make a certain grade, as
yet unannounced. -c-.
Of course, if a man Is too poor to entertain
the Idea of college, or not spiritually attuned
to higher education, he Is still draft meat. Fall
In, bum. you're In the Army now. We draft the
Al Smiths, in other words, and exempt the Alger
This, finally, seems to be as gross a violation
of individual rights as. ha* come down the pike
lately. To choose a soldier on a basis of edu-
ctalonal opportunity is almost, if not quite, as
unfair a proposition as drafting only redheaded,
r ue-eyed boys with a strawberry mark on their
right shoulders, while everybody else goes free.
It is admitted that education Is Important,
but a great many successful people never went
to college, and a great many bums did attend
the better seminaries. But this Is really beside
The point U that the draft, like death and
taxes, should be democratic In Its administra-
tion. If there Is a war stirring, and If a draft
Is necessary, then the obligation belongs to ev-
erybody. The load Is shareable by all not
Just a few. You can't segregate a war accord-
ing to culture. .
It would, per se. be foolish to make a foot
soldier out of a budding doctor, or throw a
carbine at a brilliant physicist or engineer who
Is winding up his studies. But most of the men
affected by the new draft order are not specie
c;-.ses. They are Just youngsters taking general
courses. '
It to a human ode"*" that nobodv cares to
HADINUFF TOLD
April 1,1951
To r/: little Accordion Player:
^.^'"vn^ C^eiuUPI5 Result "The unoTcheTs, forThe
?Ha.d'5^:^SUJ!^t.l0t' 0 st P"t. t It out So, did
friends here In Margarita.
Keep up the good work!
On* of the Peasants
PLAY KID, PLAY!
Margarita. C.Z.
Come on kid give us 3ome
more of that music. We enjoy
hearing you play. Maybe you're
not a Pletro Dlero or a Phil Bak-
er yet but some day you may be.
Hadenuff Is Just one of those
poor misguided souls who is so
busy crying In his beer about the
taxes that he's never taken time
to like and understand children.
38,500 Democratic voters. Came
Election Day, they stood In bed.
Result: The Democrats lost 80
percent of their regular vote and
dropped the election to the Re-
publicans wHo fell off only 17
per cent In this off-year poll.
And that's exactly what can
occur In every one of the na-
tion's precincts from now on un-
less Mr. Truman delivers to his
labor friends on the promises he
made. They know that the Pres-
ident told their friend, Labor
Secretary Maurice Tobln, that
the White House would come
Maybe his Mom and Dad never i through sooner or later. They
took an Interest In him and know Mr. Truman said: "Look,
be drafted, and very few sane folks are eager
to die. When a man is ordered by his govern-
ment to conform to one or both penalties
against personal freedom, he sort of likes to
think that everybody Is getting the same deal.
A man without a college education Is Just as
dear to his family and friends as a doublt dome
with a triple degree In botany. And It Is hard
to tell, by looking at a dead GI, whether or not
he was fortunate enough to get the full dose of
schoolhouslng.
To make' a privileged class or any massive
group of healthy young men is a downright in-
sult to every candidate for the press gang. It
would be of small comfort to a young man un-
freezing his feet In Korea to reflect that his
friend Bill, who could afford to go to college,
was at the moment chasing a coed around the
drinking room In a fraternity house at dear old
Blu- . .
This new move by Truman and Dralt Director
Hershey also does another cute thing. It auto-
matically defers every college athlete In the
country who can pass enough courses In phy-
sical education to stay In school. Right there
you lose a heavy strand of desirable sinew for
war.
The other angle is that your college man is
highly usable in the armed forces, because if
he can pass his courses the chances are he can
think. Thinkers make great noncoms and of-
ficers. What do we seek here, a military com-
posed strictly of fools, disgruntled poor boys,
and morons?
If the great brains In Washington wish to
really louse up the morale of their handcuff
volunteers, this Is a gorgeous way to do It. I
still say the thing Is to draft everybody within
the limits of age. physical qualifications, and
dependency, and then sort 'em out according to
'heir best use from a military standpoint. This
block deferment of students and smart guys Is
au Insult to everv cross at Anzlo, and to every
civilian who presently wears the uniform of his
country. _______
War Surplus Deals
By Peter Edson
warped his outlook on life. Hes
more to be pitied than censored.
Neighbor
WHY NOT EXPLAIN
THE DIFFERENCE?
\
Every Place
On The Zone
Mall Box:
As heard recently on the "Voice
of America" broadcast, "The
main cause of the spread of Com-
munism is discontent and dlssu -
tlsfaction." God forbid.
If this Is true, the Canal 3cnn
Is full of Communism. There is
hardly a person living on the
Zone that doesn't think he has a
legitimate grievance with in*
Zone government. They cannot
understand why there Is one kind
of democracy in the Doited
States and another kind on the
Zone.
The States want a ceiling or.
the high prices for food and rent,
and the Canal practices Just the
opposite.
In other words what Is true de -
mocracy.
Bewildered
I appointed Charles Wilson, but
I dldnt know he'd get that
tough. I'm not happy with what
he's doing, but I can't fire him.
And labor must understand and
see me over this rough spot."
Labor believes It has "under-
stood' long enough. Now It wants
action. Or else...?
Well, Walter Reuther will use
his Cleveland Auto Workers'
convention to call for a national
political convention of all labor
next year to declare Its Inde-
pendence.
The AFL's politically lm>
portant Bill McFetridge. a
power in Chicago, has said,
"We are Heading very rapidly
to a labor government... and
it's going to be the responsi-
bility of the heads of labor or-
ganisations to take over....
And this speech is being re-
printed in some labor papers.
And George Harrison, a very
powerful AFL leader, summed it
up at a luncheon the other day
by snapping. "Where do we Join
another party?"
(Copyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate, inc.)
WASHINGTON(NEA) House of Representa-
tives committee Investigation into foreign sur-
plus property disposal and re-importation into
the United States are barely scratching the sur-
face of what were some of the governments
biggest postwar business deals.
There were three main sources of U. 8. sup-
plies reaching foreign countries In the war and
postwar years. .... n..
First were the U. S. Army. Navy and Air Force
supplies shipped overseas for the use of Amer-
ican troops. Nobody knows how much was or-
iginally shipped. But nearly $15 billion worth
of supplies were declared surplus at the end ol
the war. They were sold for about $2 billion.
Second were the $53 billion worth of Lend-
Lease supplies sent to allied foreign govern-
ments. About *1 billion worth of civilian-type
goods were In the pipeline of supply at the end
of the war. These goods were sold to the coun-
tries for whom they had been ordered, at no-
minal value. Settlements were made witn an
the governments who received these goods, ex-
cept Soviet Russia. State Department Is still
arguing with the Russians about that
Third were the $2.7 billion worth of U. S sup-
plies furnished to UNRRA the postwar Unit-
ed Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adminls-
"to0attempt to trace much of this property
over the last five years would take thousands
of Investigators a Ulettme. Most of the con-
sumer goods, like the foodstuffs and medical
supplies furnished UNRRA. were "n0"""0""*
consumed at their destination as intended. Some
of the goods probably got Into black market
operations, but how much, nobody knows.
Biggest source of resale Items was tne u. .
military surplus. Ten billion dollars worth of
this was sold to foreign governments for an
average of 17 cents on the dollar, origina cost
About half u billion dollars worth of military
supplies were transferred to foreign government
possession. Nearly $175 million worth wero given
tc UNRRA and private relief organizations. And
$400 million worth were simply abandoned, iney
weren't considered worth bringing home.
There were some pretty strict bans agahurt
importing any of this stuff Into the United
States. Congress put that into the surplus pro-
uertv disposal act. The reason was fear mat
the Army-Navy surplus stores would undersell
egular goods in the postwar markets, and cause
a lot of unemployment.
At first It wasn't profitable to bring much of
this foreign surplus back to the States for re-
sale. Transportation costs were high. Also, there
wasn't much shipping space available. But as
U. S. prices have advanced steadily over the
past five years, the prospects for turning a fast
buck on resale of war surpluses have picked up.
All that was needed to make the U. S. market
really right for such stuff was a shortage of
some items. This has been provided by the de-
fense effort. Since last July business has really
been good. Even U. S. armed service procure-
ment officers have been buying back some of
their own old surpluses to save money.
Nobody know Just how much surplus may
have'found its way back to U. 8. shores. At
present, the principal Items seem to have been
trucks and parts. Germany was the principal
source, with Philippine Islands and some of the
other Pacific bases a secondary source, for west
coast Import*. In ail, though, no more than 00
trucks may have been involved. But now all
foreign surplus ales have been frozen by U. 8.
officials.
Whether any laws have been broken Is open
to question. At the time the surpluses were
sold, In 1945 and 1946. the pressure was on to
get rid of the supplies and not quibble about
price.
For Instance, It was costing $8.5 million a
month to store and guard surpluses in India.
To save money, full speed ahead was ordered in
surplus property disposal. In Oermany. a bil-
lion dollars' worth of surpluses were given to
the West German government, to help revive Its
economy. Sharp traders simply bought these
cheap surpluses and held them till the price
went up. This seems to be the record of the
fabulous George Dawson. British financier whose
U. 8. agent was once John Maragon, for whom
White House aide Gen. Harrv Vaughan wrote
letters of Introduction.
In probing for possible abuses, the House Ex-
penditures sub-committee on Inter-Government-
al Relations has been concentrating on a few
specific cases, to pln-polnt evidence. Chairman
Herbert E. Bonner of North Carolina points out
hL group is not a crime Investigating commit-
tee, but a legislative one. Its Job is to recom-
mend new legislation or a tightening of exist-
ing laws an regulations to prevent such abuses
being repeated after the Korean ruckus and the
European rearmament effort are over.
Drew Pearson says: Germany reduced taxes on higher
brackets; Europeans do not pay anywhere near our
taxes; Communism could be partly cured by readjust-
ing tax burdens.
WASHINGTON. Benny Buttenwlesser, UB. Deputy High
Commissioner for Germany, had a conversation with Chanceltoc
Konrad Adenauer some time ago which Illustrates one of the
most Important problems the United States faces In Europe.
The new German parliament had scaled down taxes on
wealthier taxpayers about a year ago, leaving a proportionately
heavy tax burden on labor and white collar workers. The United
States, which has the right to Intervene In certain affairs or
the new German government, objected, and it was following this
that Deputy Commissioner Buttenwlesser had his talk with,
Adenauer.
Showing him the high tax scale prevailing In the UsSJL,
Buttenwlesser argued that wealthy Germans also, must shoulder
their share of the tax burden.
Chancellor Adenauer replied that he Just couldn't believe
the United States collected such high taxes. If German taxes re-
mained too high, he argued, the German Government would not
be able to collect them. -.
"We have a very good tax collector In the United States-
Buttenwlesser replied, "jail."
"Yes, I know," replied the German Chancellor, "but that 1
Just for your gunmen." ; ,
"On the contrary," countered the Deputy High Commission-
er, "I can show you a list of quite solid citizens, including doc-
tors and businessmen who went to Jail because of tax fraud.''
Adenauer, however, remained unconvinced, and UB. author-
ltles finally permitted the German government to get awaib.wltn
Its reduced tax structure, even though shot full of legal loop-
holes whereby high bracket taxpayers can dodge taxes. Result:
Oermany Is now faced with a heavy deficit, is asking forjnore)
U.S. aidwhich, If given, would have to come out of the poeketa
of Americans who do pay their taxes. <-.
FRENCH TAX EVASION
Real fact Is that with the exception of England and the
Scandinavian countries, our major European friends are not tax-
ing themselves. Furthermore, If they paid taxes on anyaJher
near the tame scale as the U.S.A. and England, they could do>
two things:
1) Come close to balancing their budgets. _
2) Come much closer to wiping out Communism. For,wnen
you lighten the tax burden on the poor and shift part of tt to
the upper brackets, as Is now done in the United States ana
England, then standards of living are raised and one of the mos
fertile fields for Communism vanishes.
In both France and Italy, In addition to Germany, th
working classes pay taxes out of all proportion to the upper
brackets.
Actually French Income taxes are high. Just as high In
the United States. However, evasion among the higher bracket!
and middle class taxpayers Is notorious. The average French
businessman, lawyer, farmer or doctor just doesn't dream of..re-
vealing his real Income. This throws a heavy burden on Frenen,
labor and white collar workers, because their salaries are a,, .(nat-
ter of record with the companies for which they work.
This unfair tax distribution plus the high cost of living, U
probably the biggest cause of Communism In France. .
In most European countries, also, there Is a heavy tax Bur-
den on the consumer through sales, transfer and various con-
sumer taxes.
ITALIAN AMBASSADOR OBJECTS
Italian Ambassador Alberto Tarchlanl, one of the ablest en-
voys In Washington, has taken exception to some of my recent
reports from Rome In which I criticized use of money under th
Marshall Plan. He points out quite correctly that Italian Indus-
trial production at the end of 1950 reached an all-time high,
being 30 per cent above 1938. (1938 by the way was during th*
supposedly prosperous days of Mussolini.) He also points out thai
exports In 1950 rose to an all-time postwar high, and that elec-
tric power, auto and textile production are zooming.
I am glad to have the Ambassador's reminder of these en-
courang facts. Possibly, In reporting from Rome, I should nava
emphasized them more, because the general economic condition
of Italy Is definitely Improved. ,,. ,,.,
It was my Job as a newspaperman, however, to Inform th
American people on some of the steps that must be taken to
Italy if Italy Is to continue on a stable basis after Congress
pulls the plug on the flow of Marshall Plan dollars-as It.la-
certain to do sooner or later. And two of the essentials to long-
range stability in Italy are land reform and a revised tax sys-
tem The new Italian tax bill Is certainly a step in the rlghO
directioneven though a long way from the vigorous tax collec-
tion syste/i existing In the United States and England.
ANOTHER ATOM SPY
A theft of atomic secrets worse than the Dr. Fuchs case is
wrapped tp in, a report picked up by UB. Intelligence agents in
Germany. The1 report comes through devious channels from be-
hind the Iron Curtate and has not yet been evaluated by the
Atomic Energy Commission. ___ si.
It will be recalled that last summer Professor Bruno Ponte-
corvo, an atomic scientist who spent some time In the Uhtte
States, slipped mysteriously into Finland and then vanished Be-
hind the Iron Curtain. ,.,.. ,. . .* an*
American authorities had warned the British that Ponte-
corvo should be watched, but nonetheless he and his family leit
London In August, presumably on vacation, traveled a.circuitous
route to Rome, Stockholm and Helsinki. There Pontecorvo was
picked up by a Soviet embassy car and driven across the border
^"F/fhan-born professor allegedly had been In touch, with
the Russians long before he fled last summer, and madei un
move after he advised his Soviet contacts that he had Inform-
ation so "hot" he must bring It personally to .^ U 8B^
Once In the Soviet. It Is now reported that Prof. Pontocorvo
devoted himself to writing an exhaustive report on a new "Wthod
cf A-bomb production, a long-range guided missile and an air
defense lystem based on cosmic rays He is said to *.>
Marshal Berla. In charge of secret scientific research that "tne
air defense system could be In operation by October 1952.
Professor Pontecorvo Is reported to be at work on aU-Mwee
projects with top priority given to an air defense system agu*
the American atom bomb. In this connection it is Interesting
that the Supreme Soviet has within the last few weeks Klvenvp.
cial awards to several Russian scientists for cosmic ray research.
NOTE-Whlle in the United States. Prof. Pontecorvo was not
employed by the Atomic Energy Commission but was in contact
with many leading scientists. He Is regarded here as a reactor
expert.
(Copyright. 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. Ine.)
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SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1M1
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERRY
TURKEY SHOOT
Baptist
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCHES
Panam Baptist. Prayer Meeting 5 JO
t-ni. Divine Service. 1:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. and Serving o The Lord *
Supper at both Service Sunday School
SMI p in
Boys Baptist. La Boc, C. Z. Divine
Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lords Supper at both Services Sun-
dav School t t:00 p-m. mi.
New Hope. Chlvs-Chiva. C Z. Divine
Services 1100 a.m. Sunday School st
1:00 p.m
Gamboa, C.Z.. Divine Services at 11:00
.jSTnd^T JO p.m. with Sunday School
at 3 00 p.m.
Rio Abalo
J0 nm.
R.P, Sunday School st
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305, Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School.............
HriS^.::-.-.".:'. g
liSood'^p^-Wvery'Z^
Midwre ': Prsyor Service 1 00 ever
Hon.I '
* ..ivm
HKSI BAPTIS1 CHURCH
Balboa rielgnis, C.Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
"Tour Church away from """*
l,h welcome lusl a friendly
Wlllam M. Beeb Paslm
IKli-m
10:45 a.m
S:'A0 p.m
7:30 i) in
1:30 p.m
7:30 p.m
' Sunday School ........
Morning Worship ...-----
Baptist Training Union .
Svangellslic Service ...
AT .MS Bible Study
(livery Wednesday) ..
Men Brotherhood
(Last Mondav in month i
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Ballvar Avenue at 12lli Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Pastor
".r Invitation To Worship'
Bible School ............... =** ">
Worship ...................'> ?
Training Union ............ S..I0 pm
Worship .................... ;30 pm
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.l ... 7:30 p.m.
Cotuolu
Churches of the many faiths In Hie Canal Zone, and the
terminal cities at Panama and Celen, Republic of Panamo, ex-
tend a walcoma at all timas to men and women of the armad
services, and to civilian nelahbou. friends and ttranflart.
A* public service, the Panamo American lists below, by
denominations, notices of hours of worship and other regular ac-
tivrtlos.
Listings of larger denominations are in alphabetical order,
which is rotated from time to tima. Denominations having only
one or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing is included for services at Army posts,
Air Force basas and Noval stations.
Ministers, church secretariat and chaplains are asked to In-
form tha newt desk by Wednesday noon at the latest of any
changes for the coming Saturday's church page.
OUR LAD* OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Charles Jacobs. C_M
Sunday Masses ... 7:00 and 8.30 am
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc. 6:00
Holy Day Masses ... S:45 6:30 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Sacret Heart Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p.m. _
Confessions Saturday :00 pro
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks I
Pastor, Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sunday Mass 6:45 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 ajn.
Miraculous Medsl Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m. *
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 p.m
CHURCH OP THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Moss .............. J a.m
Cateclilsm Class .......... 10=00 a m
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11:00 a.m
Benediction ............... 7:00 p.m
PARASO C.Z. (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Mass .... ..... ft M
Catechism Claw Sunday 10 30 am
SI THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. C.Z.
Sunaay Mass -00 a m
Holy Day Mas 6:30 am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Curundu. C.Z.
Sunday Mass - :0 ";
Catechism Class Thursday 3 30 p.m
ST JOHN THE BAPTIST Dr. LA SALLt
Rio Abalo. Panama
Sunday Mas....... => a.m
Holy Day Mas........ '= a.m
Briiei'icilon Sunday 7 00 p ro
(Llsied Pelo* are me Lailiuiu Churches
in Ue Canal Zone and those In the tei-
mlnal ties of Panama and Colon whot
congregations are primarily English
peaking Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama Cily Ihe Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num-
erous parish churches in both cides, wel-
come English speaking visitors. Ihouch
theli cooRregatlrm* nr -i-.nnrilv Spar
lsh-*Dekini'
ST MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa, CZ
Sunday Mosses :00. 8 00 0:00 10:00
and 11 -oo a m
Benedicliiin Sunday. 3:00 om
ACHED HEART CHAPEL, Aaoaa, C.I
Ancon Boulevard. Phone -634J
bunday Masse 6:0. 7:30 A 30 a.m
Dai.. ..liiss. to^uo a.m
Ho ..... .i i - > wi. =" < " .and
12 Hi nan
Bei Jin..... Ft Ida) 3U P'"
Concessions Thursdays beftui Hi* i*^
Fr.uai 7:00 u> K.uu pin
Evuy Smurdav =130 lo 8:00 p.m 1:00
to 8:uu p in
Callieehism Class. Grade School Child
ren: Friday 3:15 p.m.
Study Club High School Student
Wednesday 30 p.m
Soc::illt> Meellng: Tuesday b 30 p.m
Can-1 Zone Council of Caihnllr Nurse
.. 7n MlUALLLOLb MEDAL CHURCH
,.ew Cristobal. 4th and G St
Pastor. Rev- Vincent Byan. CM
Sunday Masses. 7. t and 10:30 a.m
Weekd'ay Mass 6:30 ajn
Sunday School after the 8 o clocR Ma
Miiaculous Medal Novena services
Holiday Masses. 6 and 8am
Coniessinm. Rosary, nlghtlv 7 00 0 m
Momlav fi snrt 7 n m
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivai Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev John Tumelty C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays Confessions. Communion
Sunday Muss 8:00 am
Weekday Masses Thursday and Satui
day 7 00 .i in
Holiday Masa i 00 a.m
Monday 7:00 pin
Sunday Mass 7:00 a.m
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to 7 00 p.m
CHURCH Ot- ST VINCENT Dt PAUl
(Vlnrentlan Fathers)
"K" Street. Psnam City
Masses Sunday A a.m I high mass), *
130 a.m ISunday school conducted by
Maryknoll Sisters, after Ihe second Mas.
Weekday" am Holiday fi snd 830
am
Conlessions Saturday 3 30 to om
at 7 m in
Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
at 7 p.m.; Miraculous Medal Noven at
7 pjn. Friday: convert classes 7:30 pm
Monday and Thursday.
Catheclsm Class 10 45 to 1143 am
Sunday
Benediction :oo p.m
Holy Dav Mass 6 00 a.m
COCO SLITO PLAVSHED
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn CM
Sunday Mass ...... 7:45 a m
Holy Day Mass...... 6-00 a m.
Sunday School ....... 8:45 am
Services Thursday nights 7:43 om
Confessions before Mass
CHURCH OP THE HOLY FA MIL)
Margarita. C Z
Rev. William J. Finn. C M.
Mass...................... :13
SI JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastoi. Rev. J. Raymon Mchate. CM
Assistant. Rev George Browne, C M
Sunday Masses 3:43 & 9:00 a m
Weekly Masses 5:45 & 6:30 am
First Friday Masses 5:45 8410 a m
Baptisms Sunday 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena services everv
Wednesday at 6:13 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Fridays
1:13 pm
Confessions Saturday to 5. i ic I
Sunday School. 3:00 pm
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, everv Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 pm
Sunday. 0-30 am -Church School run
olese* tor all Age*
10:43 a.m.Regulai Morning worsnip
Sermon Topic "You Cant Live With-
ofom It Special Muair r the luniot
Choir
tM> p.m.-youth Fellowship SuDjeri
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game" Installation of Nev.lv Selected
jjlpaers
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CIIUKCHE
Plrel Church ot. Christ. Scientist Ann.
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesday 8:00 0-m
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
,rsl Church ol Christ, Scientist. Cristobal
13th Street & Bolivar Highway
Sundav 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 1:30 o m
Sunday School t:30 a.m
Christian Science Society. Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 am. First A Third Wed
esday 7:30 p.m
Sundav Sclinnl 1015
THURSDAYS:
5 p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m. Children Eucharist.
7 JO o m. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS:
10 a.m. Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
SL George's Church
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev Solomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:45 a.m. Church School.
1:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10:00 ajn. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
; :00 a m Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saints Days.)
Wednesdsys:
I :O0 p.m Evening Prayer.
8:00 pm. St Vincent's Guild.
Thursdays:
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal.
Church of St. Mar The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 a.m Morning Prayer.
7 00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m Church School
6:00 pm Evening Song, Thursdays
7:00 a.m Holy Communion lAlso Hou
lavs and Saint Days.)
7:30 pm Evening Prayer. Friday
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7:30 R.m Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 am on the
/ JO p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
SI. Christopher's
rhe Rev Antonio Ochos
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m Church School.
6:00 pm Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holy Day H.C 7:00
Wednesday and Holy Days 8:30 s m
Holv Communion.
I First Sundav of everv month. I
Jewish
Episcopal
T VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis. C M
Sunday Masses 5:45 and 8.00 a m
Weekday Mass 6:00 a.m
Holy Day Maesas 5:30 and 6:30 a m
Sunday School ..... 11:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7.00 p m
Baptisms Sunday 4:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3-30 lo 5:00; 7 on
O g:00 p.m
Instructions tor adult* Tuesdays. Frl.
av> 7=*0 pas
ANCUN, CZ
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST I.UK*.
rhe Rl- Rev. R. Hebet Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T Ferris. Pern
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
0:30 a m Cathedral School
10:45 Mornlnu Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday ot the month Holy Com
.iiunlon and Sermon.1
7 ;00 o m Evening Prayer and sermon
CRISTOBAL. R.P
- CIIGMt II Of OUR 4SAVIOUH
..id Si neai C Navy
Key Milton A Conkaon. Psstoi
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11.00 a_m
(H.C first Sunday In the month I
Young People's Vesper Service 4:30
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 P.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church ol SI Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev M A Cookson, Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7.30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(HC first Sunday In the month I
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
' Women's Auxiliary 2nd snd 4th Thurs-
1,-ivs st 7 30 p.m.
House of Prayer snd Fellowship lor all
leople
COROZAL
(.mu Shephered
The Ven A F Nightengale
7:30 am Everv Friday; Morning Pray
(H.C 1st Friday!
GAMBOA
SI Simon's Church: Rev DA. Osborne
10:30 a.m 2nd and 4th Sundays Holy
.'.'raiiiminion 4 Seinnni
10:30 am 1st and 3rd Sundays Morn
n Prayer A address
3:00 pm Sunday School
5:00 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2 00 pm Service si Penitentiary Evers
ilh Sundav ..__
7:30 p.m Tuesdat Girl" Friendly So
7:30 pm 2nd. snd 4th Thursdays
Woman's Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holv Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
The Rev L. B. Shirley
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 1st Sunday
Holy Communion 5 30 am
III JO a m Church School
Weds snd Holv Davs. HC C00 sro
MARGARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayei
7:00 D in
PALo"sr'.CO
Church of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondsp 8 30 a.m Holy Com
munion
PARASO
Rev D A Osborne
8 00 am Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
i::m am Sunday School
5:30 pm Evening Praver ind and th
"Monday I 00 p.m Youth Mewing
Wednesday :30 o m Girls Friendly
Society
RED TANK -
Rev DA Osbome & Rev CA Cragwetl
11-00 am Holy Communion snd Ser
mon 1st and 3rd Sundays
11:00 a.m Morning Prayei snd add-
ress 2nd snd 4th Sundays ___
3 00 p.m Sunday School ano Baptism
7:30 pm Evening Praver snd ddress
2nd and 4th Sundays
PANAMA cm
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F Nightengale. BD Mil
and The Rev Rit? Reglnalo Alwell
Venerable Archdeacor-
6:00 am Holy Communion 9DO iir
7 on o.m Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THr-SEA
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington I
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S T.B. Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am Church School
7:30 o m. Solemn Evensong St Sermon ,
.WEDNESDAYS
6 a.m Holy Communion
7:30 p m. Evensong and Sermon
I 30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Claa
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. /2-X. La
Boca Road. Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkln director
Services on Friday. 7:30 pitni
(See also listings of Jewish sehvlces
jnder Posts Bases and Sta ions i
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 361h Street. Bella Vista
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Services on Friday. 8 o.m
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Church ol Ihe Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
830 Balboa Road, Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class 9am.
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
7 JO p in game night, fourth Sunday
7-30 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
v through Sunday, extends a cor
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Beimhal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To All
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference i
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
IKINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7lh Street and Melendei Avenue.
Colon. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.. Sunday School for all ages at 3
u in
Monday 7:30 P.m.. Weekly Prayei
Mccling
i in M /r it METHODIST CHURCH
Siver City. C.Z.
Rev Norman PralL Minister
Sunday Services 8 am and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City. Cane 15 de Febrero
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. (Maj-
or Wllsoni. Sunday School at 3 p.m
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m and 7:30
o m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 o.m. Sunday
viii.nl at 3:00 p.m.
Colon, Uth Street
Services at....... 11 a.m 7:30 p m
Sundav School at.......... 3:00 pm
Coln. 3rd Street
Services at ..... 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m
Silver City
Service at ..............,.. 7:30 P-m
Sundav School at....... 3:30 o m
. The Rev. Henry Bell. Pastor.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
fi :i(i Youth Fellowship
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Balboa
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Office Phone 2-3236
0:30 Church School. Free pus service.
10:30 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
10:30 Youth Congregations.
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship.
6:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song."
Cecoll
Bruja Road and St Thomas Ave.
:00 a.m. Sunday School. Free bus, in
Rousseau and Cocoli.
(.ambos
All services In Gamboa Civic Center.
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray, Minister.
Phone) 6-130.
9:00 Sunday School.
7:3g Worship service.
Pedre Mlgael
9 30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7.30 Evening Vespers.
Unitarian
THE
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 a.m.
JWB Armed
Forces Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
Your Invitation
to liberal
religion.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No. 1 J. A
Mavnard. Panam City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services only I.
Adolphus Lawes. Chorrillo. P A Henry.
Rio Abaja C. D. Abrahams; Gamboa. A
A Brizzie. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Coln Third Street. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
ihank Cristobal Spanish Church. B. J.
Maxon. I No Sunday night service at
present.
Sabbath school each church Saturday
J:30 am Divine worship 11 a.nv Sunday
night service at all churches exoepl
otherwise indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
unity In i asentais, liberty in non-
asentais and charity in all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
CrMobal
The Rev Phillip Havener, Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
6:00 Young People's Meeting,
l.alun
The Rev. J. William L Graham Pastor
Phone 5-35S.
9:00 9:30 Broadcast on HOK; HP3K
snd HON
9:43 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5-00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
lORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 9:15
Morning Worship................ 10 00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship ............. 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School ................. 9:30
Morning Worship ............... 10:30
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Masa ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................... 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Maas .................. 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Masa ..................... 7:30
Sunday Masses ......... 8:00 A 9:00
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ............., ----- 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..... .............. 6:30
Sunday Masses .......... 7:45 A 8:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ................... 9:30
Jewish
AI.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ............,.......
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ...................
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...................
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday ...................
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ..
Sunday School ...............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ...............
Morning Worship .............
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ...............
.loiiur.g Worship .............
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sundav Mass
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mass .
Catholic
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
5:00
4:00
7:00
7:30
9:00
9 JO
9:15
10:00
9:30
11:00
10:00
9:00
40
7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building, :14th Street
Panama Monday; Lectures and Dls-
i-ii\mc>iis 8:00 p.m.
Church ol Jesus Christ of Lallet Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10.-00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all agea .... 10:00 am.
Preaching snd Communion .. 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion----- 7:00 p-m.
MIDWEEK SERVICES
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Ladles' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 o.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in Ule American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 a.ro,
Vlsltors welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 416 or Ft. Gulick 309
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr
Sunday School ................. 9:45
Morning Worship............... 11:00
Young People's Service ......... 5:45
Evening Worship ............... 7:00
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 Din. and Saturday 9:30 am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
fi 30 a.m
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7:30 o.m
Moanl Hallbeth Ckrletian Churck
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D. D Bishop
offlclanting.
Morning Worship at ...... 6:00 am
Holy Communion at........ 6:30 a-m
Fellowship Worship at..... 1140 asp
Bible Reading at .......... 3:00 p.sn
Divine Service'at ......... 7*0 p.m
Sermon at ................. SM p.m
Holy Communion at ...... 9:00 o sn
Balboa-Amador Road USO Ctob
\mi-Denomination
Vesper Seivice at 6:15 om Sundays
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Sealan fechas para exmenes,*'
*
a los del Instituto de Verano
Se realizarn
en las capitales
de provincias
El Ministerio de Educacin ha
decidido que los alumnos del
curso del Instituto de Verano
tengan exmenes en la sema-
na comprendida entre el 16 y
el 31 de abril. Estos exmenes
se realizarn en las capitales
de provincias en donde actan
loa mencionados alumnos. Al
mismo tiempo decidi hoy que
la Secretaria del Curso de Ve-
rano se traslade al Ministerio
de Xducacln.
Publicamos a continuacin los
respectivos decretos:
El Ministra de Educacin,
en representacin del rgano
Ejecutivo,
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que por motivo de fuer-
xa mayor, los exmenes finales
del Instituto de Verano no han
tenido lugar en la ltima se-
mana del Curso de Verano de
este ao, segn lo establecido
en el Articulo 37 del mismo De-
creto;
3oQue el Ministerio de E-
ducacin est siempre anuente
a resolver los problemas del
Ramo como ms convenga a los
* U P a Col *J
El Lunes se reunir bloque
peronista para discutir el
informe sobre "La Prensa"
r
BUENOS AIRES, Abril 7 (UP)
El bloque Peronista en ambas
Cmaras del Congreso Argenti-
no se reunir el Lunes a las 6
de la tarde para discutir el in-
forme de la Comisin investiga-
dora de La Prens*.
Los diputados y senadores se
reunirn separademente prime-
ro, y despus celebrarn una
Inform sobre varios movimien-
tos obreros en esos aos.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Abril 7 (U
P)El vespertino "Diario da
Nolte", el de mayor circulacin
en el Brasil, public con una
orla de luto la primera pgina,
en la que publica un articulo
describiendo la izada a media
reunin conjunta segn dijeron! asta de las banderas de toda
fuentes parlamentarlas bien in- Amrica por "La Prensa" de
formadas, las cuales aadieron
que los legisladores probable-
mente sealarn tambin la fe-
cha en que se reunirn la C-
mara y el Senado para consi-
derar el informe.
La Comisin se reuni, mien-
tras tanto, ayer tarde por un
corto tiempo en el edificio del
Senado. Se not que los emplea-
dos- de la Comisin llevaron a
esa oficina colecciones de "La
Prensa", correspondientes a los
aos 1912, 1917, 1019, 1927, 1930,
1933, 9944, 1945 y 1950.
Puentes bien informadas di-
jeron que la Comisin utilizar
esas colecciones como evidencia
de la forma en que La Prensa
La Corporacin de Ingeniera
retira su propuesta para la
construccin del Hipdromo
Ello s Me, degn ki deebt*,-* la rfaMm-en la
Adjudicacin del contrato
II Ing. Joa Ramn Quizado
Jr. Vlce-Prertdente de la Cor-
Gustavo Gonzlez
es el Corregidor
en Changuinola
CHANOUINOLA, Abril 7.
Corresponsal. La Alcalde de
Bocas del Toro Doa Josefa de
Ryan, design para el cargo
de Corregidor en Changuinola
al Seor Gustavo Gonzlez. El
nuevo funcionario est ya
ejerciendo su importante po-
sicin, y fu visitado ayer por
altos empleados de la empre-
sa frutera cuya Jefatura agr-
cola se encuentra ubicada en
el Corregimiento de Changui-
nola. El Seor Gonzlez curs
sus estudios secundarlos en el
Colegio "Flix Olivares" de
David y ha ejercido el Magis-
terio por varios aos en Chl-
rlqui. Dadas sus condiciones
intelectuales y morales, se es-
pera una brillante actuacin
en el Importante cargo que le
ha sido discernido.
poracln de Ingeniera le ha di-
rigido una carta al Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, Ing. Celso A.
Carbonell, retirando la propues-
ta hecha por dicha corporacin
para la construccin del Hip-
dromo Nacional.
Dice el Ing. Quizado en su
carta, que el retiro de la pro-
puesta se debe a la demora en
la adjudicacin del contrato, la
cual ha obstaculizado la colo-
cacin de los bonos que se ha-
blan emitido para dicho fin.
Adems, el curso de los lti-
mos acontecimientos mundiales
ha provocado un alza en los
precios de los materiales, y re-
sulta ilgico que la construc-
cin de dicho hipdromo pueda
hacerse por el mismo precio
ofrecido en la propuesta del 27
de Febrero de 1951.
En vista de todo sto, la Cor-
poracin de Ingeniera ha deci-
dido retirar su propuesta, ya,
que como dijimos antes, la de-
mora en la adjudicacin del
contrato impidi la compra de
los materiales necesarios para
la construccin a los precios
que regan cuando se hizo la
propuesta.
Resultados del suero contra
el cncer todava se bailan_____
indecisos en el Dr. Lareano Lu,s A" 0,lvard,a
Buenos Aires, como "un espec-
tculo desolador para las tradi-
ciones democrticos de los pue-
blos americanos".
La mayora de los principa-
les peridicos de Rio de Janeiro
se adhirieron al duelo e izaron
las banderas a media asta. Ade-
ms la iz la Asociacin Brasi-
lea de Prensa que representa
a los periodistas profesionales.
El diario "Trabalhlsta" apa-
reci tambin con una orla ne-
gra en la primera pgina, titu-
lada "Da de luto en la prensa
del mundo". Est ms viva que
nunca, viviendo y alentando en
este acto de hombres y mujeres
Independientes. El que ha muer-
to moralmente es Pern".
El diarlo "Carioca" elogia a
(Pasa a la pgina columna O
Mueren veintids
personas en un
choque martimo
QUITO, abril 7. (UP).Vein-
tids personas murieron cuan-
do el motovelero "Carchi" se
hundi despus de chocar eon
el transporte de la Armada Na-
cional "Caldern" cerca de
Punto Piedra frente a la costa
ecuatoriana. De los 48 personas
que iban a bordo del "Carchi"
26 nufragos fueron recogidos
A las tres de la madrugada
de hoy el "Caldern" que vena
de Puerto Bolivar, all legar a
Punto Piedra choc con el mo-
tovelero "Carchi" que habla sa-
lido de Guayaquil para Esme-
raldas, llevando gran cantidad
de pasajeros, entre stos mu-
jeres y nios.
A consecuencia del choque se
le abri la proa al motovelero,
comenzando a hacer agua y
ste se dispuso regresar a Gua-
yaquil para ser reparado all.
El "Caldern" haba retroce-
Se utilizar como
fuerza motriz la
energa atmica
CHICAGO, abril 7. (UP).
George G. Brown, ingeniero di-
rector de la Comisin de Ener-
ga Atmica, predijo que la
energa atmica ser utilizada
como fuente adllconal de fuer-
za motriz en Estados Unidos
dentro de 25 aos aproximada-
mente.
Declar Brown que las fuen-
tes que actualmente generan
fuerza motriz "probablemente
no sern suficientes para satis-
facer el aumento de la deman-
da dentro de 25 aos". Agreg:
"Para entonces confio que en-
contraremos otros medios de
satisfacer las necesidades y la
energa nuclear ser una de
las nuevas fuentes generado-
ras".
Slido frente forman J
10 divisiones aliadas
Gobierno no
intervino en el
caso de la Normal
Entrevistado el seor Jorge
Rubn Rosas, Secretarlo del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, en relacin con noticias
publicadas en la prensa local
en las cuales se informa ma-
liciosamente, sobre supuesta in-
tervencin de las autoridades:
de la Provincia de Veraguas en i < ^ A f* t
el asunto del Instituto de Vera- emOStrO en la LOUiei'dlda
no, dicho funcionarlo declar
que tales noticias se alejan de _^ .^
la verdad y agreg que "el. Oo-! Afi ^01101 IPPPfi" ill I Kltl
blerno est complacido por la,UL VttIXIlIvoI t ? JL/I Vj DI III
actitud serena asumida por las
>cal
S: "Espritu de cooperacin se
Prohibicin para
baarse en las
playas se levanta
La Alcalda del Distrito en
consideracin a las frecuentes
llamadas hechas por los Inte-
resados, ha notificado al p-
blico que queda levantada des-
de la fecha, la cuarentena que
pesaba sobre las. playas de San
Francisco de la Caleta, Pana-
m Viejo y otros balnearios
que no sean Bella Vista, Ba-
rraza y Santo Domingo, don-
de desembocan caeras de
aguas negras.
autoridades administrativas de
esa Provincia, ante los numero-
sos hechos de violencia y ame-
nazas provocados por los huel-
guistas del Instituto de Vera-
no".
Igualmente manifest el Se-
cretarlo Rosas que es falso que
miembros de la Polcia Secreta
se presentaran por esos contor-
nos con motivo de la huelga y
menos cierto que hubieran in-
tervenido en los hechos bochor-j'
nosos que quebrantaron la tran-
quilidad social.
"Hay evidencias continu
explicando el secretarlo Rosas
de que tal movimiento estuvo
inspirado por Intereses polticos
extraos a la educacin na-
cional, intereses a los cuales
han servido de Instrumento u-
nldades del profesorado nacio-
nal de conocidas tendencias ex-
tremistas, que se han caracte-
rizado siempre por su visible
animadversin al presente r-
gimen".
Es muy sensible, continu di-
ciendo el seor Rosas, que los
alumnos-maestros que en n-
mero apreclable no estuvieron
de acuerdo con la actitud asu-
mida por los huelguistas se
hubiesen visto obligados, ante
tales hechos de evidencia, a de-
jar de presentar sus exmenes,
sirviendo asi, Ingenuamente, de
instrumento a Intereses mez-
quinos e Inconfesables de un
grupo minsculo de opositores
encarnizados de la presente ad-
ministracin.
Implacable ataque
llevan a cabo
los bombarderos
TOKIO, abril 7. (UP>. Die
divisiones de las Naciones Unl-
WASHINGTON, Abril 7 (UP) i Brln, al ser entrevistado sobre das formaron hoy un frente s-
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex- la Conferencia de Cancilleres, IWo de noventa millas a tra-
vs del Paralelo 38 y avanzaban
terlores de Panam, Dr. Carlos i declar que la parte ms lmpor-
------------------;-------------------- tante de la reunin "fu el es-
Ms fuerte saldr
de Washington el
panamericanismo
WASHINGTON, abril 7. (UP)
El Panamericanismo sale de
Washington ms fuerte que
prltu de cooperacin que se de-
mostr ante la presente emer-
gencia".
En lo concerniente a las re-
soluciones sobre cooperacin mi-
litar, Brln dijo que Panam no
tiene ejrcito pero si muchos
voluntarlos. DHo que por lo me-
nos mil panameos se han ofre-
cido a pelear como voluntarlos
en Corea.
cautelosamente hacia el Norte
despus de la retirada comu-
nista.
Al mismo tiempo, 34 super-
fortalezas B-29 arrojaron ms
de 260 toneladas de bombas de
demolicin sobre dos puentes
vitales en la frontera de Corea
con Manchuria, sobre los cuales
los comunistas estaban envian-
do tropas y provisiones dede
Manchuria a Corea. Este ata-
En lo concerniente a las decl- "Soc* la con^ntactn en!
nunca, segn declar a la Pren- iones econmicas, Brln dijo i "i" ara l2 contra ofer^I
sa Unida el Canciller del Brasil, que ninguna afectaba a Pana- un'f ?_- t-enl-
Neves Fortoura al pedrsele^su "], ya que sus problemas son uenU aviones de retr-
opinin sobre la corta pero in- diferentes a los de los otros pal DSSn aliadM^ntraron ^
tensa labe de la. Cuarta Con- JMJo Que ^principal ^preo- IfX'con crenla'aviles
munlstaa que trataron de inter-
ceptar a las superfortalezas,
destruyendo un avin y ave-
tensa aDor ae la uuarta uon- "-- "'" w* !"'''-
ferencla de Consulta de Cancl- fupacln de Panam es la es-
lieres tensin de sus sistemas de ca-
Neves dijo: "Mi opinin so-
bre la Cuarta Conferencia es
que ella llen todos los obje-
tivos que determinaron su con-
vocacin, sea en el terreno po-
litico o militar que en los as-
pectos econmicos. No tengo la
menor duda al calificarla como
pleno xito. Ciertos puntos a-
gudos que parecan alejar al-
gunos de otros, DOr ejemplo, la
Resolucin 42 relativa a la pre-
oaracln de la defensa de las
Repblicas americanas y el a-
poyo a la accin de las Nacio-
nes Unidas, acabaron conquis-
tando el voto unnime incluso
de los divergentes que eran Ar-
gentina, Mxico y Guatemala.
Esto demuestra l solidez del
frente Panamericano".
"Es'j e#.-in* gran lecotfn *ue
si mundo. Asi sea
ella entendida y comprendida
por quien necesita entenderla
y comprenderla".
minos.
"Aunque el pas est atrave-
sando una leve depresin, espe-! r'ndo dos.
ro que el desarrollo de nuestro
sistema de caminos v In activi-
dad en el canal ayudar a com-
etnsar esta situacin", Agreg
rin.
En el oeste, los comunistas
parecen haberse retirado de su
primera linea de defensa al
Norte del Paralelo, retirar dose
- i, p*.. c ,.| :,
dldo 200 metros y creyendo que
haba pasado el peligro ech
a andar nuevamente las mqui-
nas, yndose nuevamente con-
tra el "Carchi" y partiendo el
barco por la mitad.
Cuando ocurri el desastre
estaba lloviendo y habla una
densa neblina, pero an asi no
se comprende el doble choque,
debido a que ambas naves lle-
vaban luces reglamentarias.
Las personas que Iban en el
motovelero alcanzaron asirse a
los salvavidas y subir a los bo-
tes, pero a pesar de ello hay
algunos ahogados cuyos cad-
veres no han sido encontrados.
EMidbuiio mantendr sus
fondos en el Banco Fiduciario
declara el Dr. Arnulfo Arias *e9r??Gr a Jqu
,. L u L..... e' ov'n que no
Contribuir a la rehabilitacin efectiva de esa en
tidad bancaria, de esa manera
Para asesorar a la oficina
de correos llegar maana
a sta un tcnico mexicano
Es don Ignacio .Medina Jaramilio que trabajar en
) la
W
ej *tpvy a cabo
Dr.
El Semanario local "Avan- sitente de la Repblica
ce que ayer vl la luz p-1 Arnulfo Arlas M.
mica por primera vez. repro- El siguiente es el texto de
duclmos una entrevista que se las referidas declaraciones
aterriz ayer
Esta tarde regresar a Ja
Para asesorar a nuestras au- servicio por un pago mdico ex-
torldades postales en la reorga- tra, la carta seria llevada In-
nizacln y modernizacin de loe mediatamente y a cualquier
servicios postales, sobre todo en hora.
las ramas del servicio Inter- Se har una revisin de las
nacional y areo, llegar mi- tarifas postales, pues se tiene
aa en la tarde el experto pos- prdidas. Y se tratar de que en
tal mexicano, don Ignacio Med- la Zona se igualen las tarifas
na Jaramilio. con nuestro pals.
El tcnico mexicano viene a
elaborar con nuestras autoras- La llegada de don Ignacio
des en los planes que se estn Medina Jaramilio es el resulta-
;. confeccionando para mejorar d0 de las gestiones de don Jor-
le hizo al seor Presidente de
la Repblica, doctor Arnulfo
Arlas:
El Gobierno mantendr tem-
poralmente sus fondos en el
Fiduciario. El acaparamiento
y especulacin con artculos de
primera necesidad ser sancio-
nado sin contemplaciones. Nin-
guna empresa periodstica o
radial ser estorbada en cuan-
to a su funcionamiento. Por-
! tentosa obra sanitaria en las
I afueras de la ciudad traer al
pas CUARENTA MILLONES de
balboas. Puede iniciarse este
' ao la Interamerlcana.
1.Cual es su opinin en re-
lacin con la situacin por-
que atraviesa la Ca. Fiducia-
ria de Panam?
Deipus del proceso de reor-
ganizacin a que por las cir-
cunstancias se ve competida
esa institucin de crdito, en
cuanto a su direccin y sis-
tema de funcionamiento, el
Gobierno Nacional, las Institu-
ciones autnomas y semi-aut-
nomas del Estados mantendrn
por tiempo prudencial los fon-
dos que tienen depositados en
el Banpo Fiduciario, con el fin
de contribuir a la rehabiliu-
csia larae regresar a Ja- conieccionando para mejorar uu ue las gestiones ae aon jor-
qu el avin que no pudo ate- i varios servicios en la rama pos- Ke Adames. Director de Correos
rrizar esta maana debido a tal. ante el Ministerio de Gobierno y
Tales fueron las declarado- cin efectiva de esa enUdad
nes que formulara en entre- bancaria y pueda reanudar
vista concedida ayer a nuestro rpidamente sus operaciones,
Director, el Excmo. Seor Pre-1 (Pasa a la Pg. 6. col. 8)
rrizar esta maana debido a
que todo el rea estaba nubla-
do. Dicho avin llevaba el
equipo de la radio que ser
instalada en esa poblacin pa-
ra comunicarla con el servicio
telegrfico de la Repblica.
Jaqu, que es uno de los lu-
gares ms apartados del pas,
ser beneficiado con esta es-
tacin que ser Instalada a
partir de hoy si el tiempo lo
permite.
CIRCULACIN PAGAO/
AYER MAS OF
22400
da de duelo
ciudad esta tarde
Justicia.
Entre dichos planes se en-
cuentran el mejoramiento del W-.l-.-.l- --k I.
servicio de encomiendas areas, VOiarOn SODfe 10
Esta es una vieja necesidad en
nuestro servicio de correos.
Tambin se est estudiando y r i
se determinar ahora sobre la KeWOS del intCNOT
creacin de los giros postales i ,*,WI
Jfrtrlum?naIeS- .ExlStK. *J*un0> Se' avionetas que llevarn a
f$emirnPr ? Cambl2 de m?- la Relna Tpica Nacional y
n. 'SSma"* *" buscan.d0 otras reinas del interior de 1
rnVrJ^?5!i*para qe nue\tro RePubca. volarn sobre la clu-
aX1H0n.pUMa prestar dad y el Estadio Nacional, don-
AtrmPH. ? 8erv'cl- de ser coronada esta noche la
v?t. Jo Importantes pro- bella reina Marta Primera
yectos que sern incluidos es el Las avionetas harn circulo
2SJX* *ccl6n. d'fntre- durante una media hora y lue-
L?^ *. s,ervlcl04 de ex" 8 bajarn en el aeropuerto de
EESSm?1* n' 0ta Kran Palt1"'' de donde muirn las
necesidad, se ref ere a las en- reinas para el Estadio, al acto
SiITd"01' Que hoy no de la coronacin a que nos rete-
se realizan en Panama. Con este rlmos.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Abril 7.
(UP). los mdicos cance-
laron el proyectado viaje del
Dr. Napoleao Luarenao a Sao
Paolo, debido a que la condi-
cin del paciente de cncer
empeor durante la noche.
Los mdicos dijeron que Lau-
Hace aclaracin
a una informacin
el Dir. de Correos
COMUNICADO
In relacn con noticia pu-
blicada en *La Hora", referen-
te a la tardanza en el recibo
del correo despachado desde
Panam a Puerto Armuelles,
podemos asegurar que, segn
los registros llevados a cabo
durante el mes de marzo del
presente ao en el Correo A-
reo se hicieron despachos dia-
rios desde los Nos. 57 al 81 y
en el terrastre cada dos das,
desde los despachos Nos. 20
hasta el 37 con excepcin del
Viernes Santo y Sbado de Glo-
ria, adems del lo. de marzo,
dia de la Constitucin.
El Agente de Correos de Puer-
to Armuelles, Informa que es-
tos despachos han sido recibi-
dos regularmente.
Jorge P. Adames,
Director Qral. de Correos
y "Telecomunicaciones
t
reano sufri una recada des-
pus de la segunda Inyeccin
de "Kreblozen" el jueves, pero
creen que sto se deba a la
reaccin del suero y no que
la condicin general del pa-
ciente ha empeorado.
Los familiares de Laureano
dijeron que ste siente la
muerte cerca y quiere regre-
sar a su casa en Jaoa Pessoa
en el Estado de Paralba. Lau-
reano dijo: -Uno debe morir
Junto a su familia".
Loe mdicos dijeron que no
harn pblicas sus observacio-
nes e Informes sobre el "Kre-
blozen", sino que enviarn un
informe confidencial a su des-
cubridor en Chicago.
Texto de Historia
edita el Profesor
Marcelino Cano Ll.
Se espera que a principios del
curso lectivo quebranto comen-
zar, se halle diapuesto para ser
repartido entre nuestros escola-
res, el libro "Lecturas de Histo-
ria", del Prof. Marcelino Cano.
Con la aparicin de este tra-
bajo, tenemos entendido, que un
Supo de educadores Inicia la
bor de dotar a los nios de
nuestras Escuelas de esos llbrl-
tos, de que no carecen las ju-
ventudes estudiantiles en otros
pases.
presenta el lunes
novel exposicin
El Lunes 9 de los corrientes
se iniciar una original exposi-
cin de arte en nuestra capital.
El joven profesor Luis A Oll-
varda, agresado de la Escuela
Nacional de Bellas Artes de Li-
mo, y actualmente profesor de
rtibuto en la Escuela Normal de
SanUago, exhibir en diferentes
vidrieras de la Avenida Central
once de sus ms recientes dibu-
jos de diferentes personalidades
de nuestro mundo poltico, so-
cial y deportivo.
En las vidriera del Bazar
Francs se exhibirn los dibu-
jos de Heliodoro Patino Jr. y el
Alcalde del Distrito, Lie. ngel
Vega Mndez.
En las vldrierasd el Bestflt se-
rn colocadas los dibujos de
Yen Ye Prez y Toms A. Cupas.
En "La Postal" se exhibirn
los de Alfonso Peres, el Minis-
tro Celso A. Carbonell, Mario
Augusto Rodrguez. 81nclalr Ba-
llesteros y Jorge Angelini.
En el Bazar Americano esta-
rn los de Segundo Gutirrez y
Anbal Casis Nelra.
Sin lugar a dudas que esta
original exposicin ser admira-
da por los miles de personas que
transitan diariamente por nues-
trap rinclpal avenida, ya que el I
Profesor Olivarda es todo un
maestro en el arte del dibujo.
Por CHPETE Se pide a la cmara inytaa
que exprese que Mae Arthur
no le merece ya confianza
LONDRES, abril 7. (UP). -
En la Cmara de los Comunes
se present una mocin por la
cual se pide a ese cuerpo le-
gislativo que exprese su falta
de confianza en el General
Douglas MacArthur como Co-
mandante 8upremo de las Fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas en
Corea.
La mocin fue presentada por
el miembro laborista Will Npllv.
8e duda que el Gobierno per-
mita que se le d curso a la
mocin, la cual, como cente-
nares de otras, ser probable-
mente rechazada cuando se de-
bata y se someta a votacin.
La mocin dice: "Esta C-
mara, convencida de la lusti-
cla de la causa de las Nacio-
nes Unidas en Corea, y profun-
damente consciente de los gran-
des sacrificios que se hacen,
particularmente por los Estados
Unidos, para sostenerla, deplo-
ra la constante negativa del
General MacArthur a abstener-
se de su participacin Impru-
dente e Irresponsable en las
controversias polticas, y obser-
va con creciente preocuoacln
el grado en que sus lnteven-
clones en los asuntos ajenos a
su jurisdiccin crean confusin
en las Naciones Unidas y pro-
ducen satisfaccin a sus ene-
migos.
"Por tanto, si bien reconoce
plenamente sus muchas altas
] cualidades, esta Cmara lamen-
ta no tener ms confianza en
I el General MacArthur como
! Comandante Suoremo de las
Fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
i dedicadas a las operaciones en
Corea".
La mocin traduce las critl-
Es levantada la ley
marcral en el Irn
TEHERN. Abhll 7 IUP>- El
Gobierno suspendi la Ley Mr-
clal en Tehern, en respuesta
; a las demandas del poderoso
frente Nacionalista.
La Ley Marcial fu declarada
en Irn el 19 de Marzo despus
del asesinato del Ministro de
Educacin del Premier Rastra-
ra Razmara haba sido asesi-
nado 12 das antes.
El Premier Hussein Ala cedi
: a las demandas del Frente Na-
cionalista anoche en una sesin
I de su Gabinete, despus de ha-
ber declarado que la Lev Mar-
{clal estara en vigor durante
tres meses.
El Gabinete, slnembargo. deci-
di no suspender la Ley M-
en las reas afectadas por las
huelgas.


V
rAINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENTS
SBADO. ABRIL 7, 1951
Pattamamrica
MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
HAHMOOIO ARIAS. i.ixtclO*
fiOMAUC *0*> * M
CDiroRA PANAMA AMI RICA. A.
TILIFONO 8-0740 'CIN1RAI PlIVAD APAWTADO POATAl NO 134
in suh lAL^cntb aiTiAQOfc N tsiA ciup^o. CaVla H. N >. 87
LA TENSA SITUACIN INTERNACIONAL
Es indudable que en los ltimos das se ha agra-
vado la crisis internacional con los acontecimientos
del Lejano Oriente. Como es sabido, el Ejrcito de
las Naciones Unidas ha venido derrotando ltima-
mente a las fuerzas invasoras comunistas en Co-
rea. Las tropas libertadoras cruzaron el paralelo
38 y las huestes rojas han retrocedido en forma
rpida y desordenada.
Pero la estrategia sovitica con relacin a es-
te conflicto del Asia pretende continuar con sus
maniobras desafiando a las Naciones Unidas. Pa-
ra ello Rusia y sus satlites preparan sus invasio-
nes, a Corea desde la Manchuria y all mantienen
sus grandes concentraciones de tropas y de elemen-
tos blicos. Hasta ahora el ejrcito de la ONU, a
pesar de la seguridad que existe de que en la Man-
churia se hallan los centros de abastecimiento mi-
litar del enemigo, no ha sometido a ste bajo el
fuego de sus armas en sus propias posiciones.. Se
ha querido respetar, hasta el extremo, la condicin
de Manchuria an cuando ello ha significado gran-
des sacrificios para las fuerzas de la libertad.
Pero es el caso que ya en la actualidad, segn
lo han informado las agencias de prensa, todo pa-
rece confirmar que el General Mac Arthur tiene
autorizacin de las Naciones Unidas para bom-
bardear al enemigo donde ste se encuentre. Y co-
mo los comunistas han estado preparando su ofen-
siva contra el ejrcito que comanda MacArthur, y
estos preparativos tienen lugar en Manchuria, es
muy posible que las armas de las Naciones Uni-
das sean puestas en accin contra el enemigo den-
tro del territorio aludido.
Es notorio que si fuese necesario llegar a estos
extremos el peligro de una tercera guerra mun-
dial sera inminente. Hay aue tomar en cuenta que
se tienen noticias de que Rusia ha estado movili-
zando fuertes contingentes hacia all. Por supues-
to, es muy difcil prever con claridad lo que suce-
der, pero s se vislumbra una situacin sumamen-
te arriesgada para la suerte de la paz universal.
El "Aviso Oportuno
95
PP17
El M<>rrad,>*Sh lxualU
Es Raro to v Efvrlivo
Dr. Sergio Gonzlez Ruiz
Mdico-Cirujano
Especialista en enfermedades de los ojos.
Dr. Bernardino Gonzlez Ruiz
Mdico-Cirujano, Especializado en Ciruga
General, Ciruga del Trax y Ginecologa.
Tel. 2-1084
Ave. Central 118
HOTELES INTERAMERICANOS, S. A.
Panam
El Vicepresidente 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 da I' 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 financiamiento total de la Empresa;
3) Eleccin de Directores.
Panam, 4 de Abril de 1951
Observe usted cmo sus nios cre-
cen llenos de vitalidad y de energa.
Asegrete de que esos hombres y
mujeres de maana tengan buena
alimentacin. La Crema de Trigo
ee nutritiva, deliciosa y fcil de di-
gerir. A sus nios les gustar y a
usted tambin.
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
C&'V.
EL MURCILAGO
Y LA OPERA
MI buen amigo el maestro
Herbert De Castro, admirable
msico, fervoroso aficionado a
los toros, Incansable animador
de espectculos de arte aho-
ra tiene en sus manos el de
la Compaa teatral Lope, de
Vega, gloria de la farndula
espaola, rinde su homenaje
al humor. Y en plan de humo-
rista me proporcion un secor-
te del "Times" de Nueva York
del 29 de Marzo, en el que
se cuentan las hazaas de un
murcilago durante una repre-
sentacin de la pera "Die Fle-
dermaus" de Strauss, en el Ly-
ric Theatre de Baltimore. Hay
que apuntar que "fledermaus",
en alemn, significa murcila-
go. De manera que' el murci-
lago de Baltimore asista a su
propia representacin, a la re-
presentacin de su historia por
hombres y mujeres lo que es
posible considere el murcila-
go un sacrilegio .. y estos
hombres y estas mujeres eran
nada menos que los pertene-
cientes a la Metropolitan Opera
Comp:
Se i 'la representacin el
murcie, o del Teatro rico de
Baltimore. Este murcilago pa-
rece que es un habitante tra-
dicional del coliseo: tiene su
nombre: se llama "Minor Key".
Y segn afirman los conspi-
cuos clientes de aquella sala,
se le ha intentado capturar en
infinidad de ocasiones en el
transcurso de las ltimos seis
aos, pero ha sido perfecta-
mente intil: el melmano ra-
toncillo con alas no se ha de-
Jado coger.
Mientras cantaba un arla de
"Die Fledermaus" la soprano
"el" soprano, dicen los ita-
lianos: la tiple traduciramos
nosotros Jarmila Novotua. por
cierto con destreza suma, apa-
reci el murcilago "Minor Key"
y se dedic a describir sus ma-
ravillosas curvas en un vuelo
caprichoso por las alturas de
la sala. Atrajo la atencin de
los tres mil espectadores reu-
nidos en el teatro. Se lan/ en
prodigiosos vuelos en picada. Y
sus amigos comenzaron a a-
plaudirlo. La tiple crey que
los aplausos se dedicaban a los
filados que intercal en su aria.
Pero pronto se dio cuenta que
no eran para ella las ovacio-
nes. Eran para "Minor Key". Y
hasta la orquesta, dirigida na-
da menos que por Eugene Or-
niandy. fue superada por los
aplausos que se consagraban al
murcilago, genial viador.
Yo me pregunto: Ea* aburriran los melmanos que'
asistan a la representacin? o"
resultara que distraa ms la
agilidad del murcilago que la
destreza de la orquesta y los
cantantes?
No me atrevo a contestar por
respeto a Eugene Ormnady, por
deferencia a Jarmila Novotna,
la acreditada tiple.
En Panam tenemos prece-
dentes ornitolgicos.
Recordemos la era no muy
alejada de nuestros recuer-
dos... en que el Teatro Na-
cional era la mansin de 1os
murcilagos y hasta de los
vampiros. Cada funcin en
nuestro primer coliseo se trans-
formaba en una exhibicin bri-
llante de vuelos de murcila-
gos. Los animalltos logran a-
crobaclas admirables. En algu-
na ocasin se aproximaron tan-
to a la rubia cabellera de una
gentil dama la seora Con-
desa de Vizcaya que ella pro-
rrumpi en un delicioso gri-
ito.
Por sobre la pantalla que
cubre las candilejas vimos des-
filar murcilagos atrados por
la destreza de las Interpreta-
ciones de Daniel Ericourt. el
gran planista francs, durante
uno de sus excelentes concier-
tos.
Habia noches en que los mur-
cilagos organizaban espectcu-
los que competan con los de
las compaas teatrales. Y al-
gunos, a cargo de los raton-
emos alados, eran ms distra-
dos que las comedias represen-
AURIOL-TRUMAN
Por ALDOR
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin Harem* cabida a todas aquellas carta*
que te nos dirijan, Mbre tpico* de tnter general.
que no sean demasiado extensa
... en el mismo barco...
Texto de la "Declaracin v de Truman aun confa
Washington'9 aprobada poi la en que la paz
Conferencia de Cancilleres scr mantenida
WASHINGTON, Abril 8.
(USISi. El siguiente es el
texto de la "Declaracin de
Washington" aprobada por la
Cuarta Reunin de Consulta
de los Ministros de Relaciones
Exteriores de las Repblicas
Americanas: /
"Por cuanto:
"La presente reunin fu
convocada debido a la necesi-
dad de una pronta accin de
las Repblicas de este Hemis-
ferio para defensa comn con-
tra las actividades agresivas
del comunismo internacional;
"Tales actividades .con me-
nosprecio del principio de no
intervencin que est profun-
damente arraigado en las A-
mricas. perturban la tranqui-
lidad de los pueblos de este
Hemisferio y ponen en peligro
la libertad y democracia sobre;
las cuales se fundan nuestras
instituciones;
"Todas las mencionadas re-1
pblicas han expresado, en l
actos y acuerdos formales, su
deseo de cooperar contra cual-
quier amenaza o agresin con-
tra la paz, seguridad, Integri-
dad territorial o Independen-
cia de cualquiera de ellas;
"Sera imposible que esa
cooperacin fuera efectiva a
menos que se llevara a cabo
dentro de un espritu de armo-
na y conciliacin;
"Los presentes momentos
son, en vista del peligro co-
mn, una magnfica oportuni-
dad para la reanimacin de
la solidaridad interamericana;
tadas. 0
No se llego aqu a aplaudir
a los murcilagos, cual ha ocu-
rrido en Baltimore. Pero no
fue por falta de ganas. Es que,
en el fondo, somos ms respe-
tuosos que los espectadores
norteamericanos con les faran-
duleros visitantes. Y no conce-
bimos el humor a su manera.
'Se acabo con los murcela-1
gos del Teatro Nacional. Fui-
mos tan crueles yo, pecador.!
entre ellos... que solicitamos
su extirpacin como raza nada
adecuada para habitar entre
los telones enrollados en las
alturas del escenarlo.
Los asiduos al Teatro Lrico j
de Baltimore sienten mayor i
simpata por su viejo amigo,
"Minor Key'.
Si los murcilagos cantarap
apenas silban en alguna ex-
cepcional ocasin se hubieran
derrumbado infinidad de tiples
y tenores. Y es posible que
bailarinas. Los murcilagos han
de poseer buen gusto...
"El peligro se hace cada vez
ms serio, en vista de ciertos
tactores sociales y econmicos;
"Con respecto a esto ltimo,
existe hoy mas que nunca la
necesidad de adoptar medidas
tendientes a mejorar las con-
diciones de vida de gran par-
te de los pueblos de este He-
misferio; y
"Por otra parte, en cual-
quier accin para la defensa
del Hemisferio y sus institu-
ciones, deben tenerse siempre
presentes los derechos esen-
ciales del hombre, solemne-
mente proclamados por las
Repblicas Americanas.
"Por tanto,
"La Cuarta Reunin de Con-
sulta de los Ministros de Re-
laciones Exteriores de los Es-
tados Americanos.
"Declara:
"1.La firme determinacin
de las Repblicas Americanas
de mantenerse firmemente u-
nldas, tanto espiritual como
materialmente, en la prsenle
emergencia y ante cualquier
agresin o amenaza contra
cualquiera de ellas;
"2.La reaflrmacln de su
fe en la eficiencia de los prin-
cipios asentados en la Carta
de la Organizacin de los Es-
tados Americanos y en otros
acuerdos interamericanos, para
mantener la paz y la seguri-
dad en el Hemisferio, para de-
fenderse contra cualquier a-
gresin, para solucionar sus
controversias por los medios
pacficos, mejorar las condi-
ciones de vida de sus pueblos
fomentar su progreso cultural
y econmico y asegurar el res-
pelo a las libertades funda-
mentales del mundo y los prin-
cipios de justicia social como
bases del sistema democrtico
de las repblicas americanas;
y
"3.Su sincera conviccin de
WASHINGTON, Abril (USIS)
El Presidente Truman decla-
r que la situacin mundial es
tan peligrosa como lo ha sido
durante los ltimos cuatro aos
pero que espera que no habr
una nueva guerra mundial.
El comentarlo lo hizo el Pre-
sidente en respuestas que le
formularon los periodistas en
la conferencia semanal de
prensa, ayer. El asunto se sus-
cit cuando un periodista pre-
gunt al Presidente si l pen-
saba que el peligro de una gue-
rra mundial era hoy mayor que
en cualquier momento desde la
terminacin de la segunda gue-
rre mundial.
Truman contest que el pe-
ligro es tan grande como lo ha
sido hasta ahora. Dijo que ese
peligro se ha manifestado en
los incidentes de los ultimes
aos, entre ellos el bloqueo de
Berlin, la presin comunista
sobre Orela, Turqua e Irn, y
recientemente los aconteci-
mientos de Corea. (Truman se
refiri al envo de tropas so-
viticas a Irn en 1946, tropas
que ,fueron luego retiradas^.
Agreg que la situacin mun-
dial durante los ltimos cuatro
aos ha sido peligrosa.
Al comenzar la conferencia
de prensa, el Presidente Tru-
man dijo que se senta compla-
cido de saludar a los visitantes
latinoamericanos que asistan a
ella. Periodistas de la Amrica
Latina que estn informado so-
bre la Conferencia de Cancille-
res concurrieron a esta reunin
de prensa.
que el fuerte apoyo a la ac-
cin de las Naciones Unidas
es el medio ms efectivo pa-
ra mantener la paz, la segu-
ridad y el bienestar de los
pueblos del mundo bajo el lm-
f>erio de la ley, la justicia y
a cooperacin Internacional".
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
Panam, Abril 2 de ni.
Sr: Director:
Sinceramente lo felicito por
su atinado Editorial de fecha
1 de Abril de 1961. "EL PRO-
YLCTO DE LOS PARQUES IN-
FANTILES" y sobre el mismo
le manifiesto, que he entre-
vistado varias veces al Sr. Al-
calde del Distrito Lie. ngel
Vega Mndez sobre este pro-
blema, que en mi Barrio es de
grandes proporciones, contes-
tndome siempre que har to-
do lo posible para que el Ba-
rrio del Maran tenga un
Parque Infantil y Campos de
juegos apropiados para que el
nio panameo pueda desarro-
llarse sano y fuerte.
Sr. Director Ud. ha observa-
do que son varios miles de ni-
os los que todos los das o-
cupan lo que fu ante* la
Playa de Trujillo como campos
improvisados para toda clase
de deportes, tambin ha podi-
do observar que ya la escuela
Repblica de Venezuela ocupa
toda una cuadra entera y que
en el prximo Mayo tendr
una matrcula de no menos de
4,000 nios y que sta barria-
da ha aumentado y hoy da
este es un problema imposible
de Ignorar. ,
Pero es el caso Sr. Director, i
qu el Sr. Alcalde "Solo" no
podr llevar a feliz trmino
una obra tan pesada como s-
ta, teniendo en cuenta, de que
los polticos especialmente, se
acuerdan de estos Barrios y de,
nuestros hijos cuando necesi-
tan el voto y que los perlo-!
distas en su mayora, se de-i
dican ms a alabar a estos)
mismos y a nuestros hijos los
defienden por temporadas tan
cortas que generalmente son
eclipsadas por declaraciones
baladies de Polticos oportunis-
tas.
Termina Ud. diciendo en su
atinado Editorial que es de es-
perarse, que todos aquellos
funcionarlos Municipales que
tengan que conocer del pro-
blema lo consideren seriamen-
te. Sobre estas palabras puedo
asegurarle, por la triste expe-
riencia adquirida en los lti-
mos diez aos y muy especial*
mente ante este Consejo Mu-
nicipal que si el Sr, Alcalde
logra un xito completo en es-
ta Oran Labor, los HH. CC.
han .sufrido un cambio tan ra-
ro y enorme que fcllmems
puede ser comparado con la
metamorfosis del Zapo, tenien-
do en cuenta como obraron
estos seoers en contra de los
derechos de nuestros Hijos. Y
para que no dude de lo que ls
informo; he aqui datos toma-
dos del Libro de Actas del
Consejo Municipal.
Acta de la Sesin Ordinaria
del Consejo Municipal. 4 de
Febrero de 1949Juan Batee
(Presidente). Por la cual se
suspenden las construcciones
en el Relleno de Balboa... vo-
taron a favor: Juan Batet, Da-
vid E. Carrllo, ngel Severino,
Tito del Moral, Sergio T. Ri-
vera, O. Trlus, Donato, Ale-
jandro Piango y Florencio
Glvez...
Acta del 10 de Mayo de 1950.
Luis Branca (Presidente). Por
la cual Revocaron lo resuelto
en el Acta de 4 de Febrero de
1949. David Abad, Arlas Adol-
fo O, Martz Hernando, Batet
Juan, Fernando Bradley, Mo-
rale, Morales Jorge E., Alfon-
so Prez, Piango Alejandro,
Elias sens, Severino ngel y
Zardn JosNota no asistie-
ron Sergio T. Rivera y Tito del
Moral...
Como ha podido enterarse
Sr. Director, si son stos los
individuos que deben resolver
este problema, Yo lo dudo. O-
jal hayan cambiado, porque
as la Patria se lo agradecer,
como hoy da la ciudadana
consciente le agradece al Sr.
Alcalde la construccin de las
aceras y mi Barrio agradece
tambin al Sr. Alcalde y al
Ingeniero Celso Carbonell ac-
tual Ministro de Obras Pbli-
cas las mejoras hechas al
Gimnasio "PASCUAL GONZA-
LEZ" del Maran.
De Ud. Su Atto. y S. S.
Rolando Tun Bosques,
(Cd. 47-13187).
Presidente del Comit
Pro Gimnasio, Parque
Infantil y Campos de
juegos.
AVISO DE CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
nueve en punto de la maana' del da 9 de Abril del ao
en curso por el suministro de COME8TIBLES Y MATERIAL
DE ASEO PARA USO DEL HOSPITAL SANTO TOMAS Y *
RETIRO DE MATAS HERNANDEZ.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 6 de Abril de 1951.
WAN J. RODRIGUEZ
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
-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.
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SBADO. ABRIL 7. 1851
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
I"
li
Prosigue el avance de los ejrcitos aliados
Estn tratando de frustrar
los planes comunistas para
su ofensiva de la primavera
TOKIO, abril 7. . Las
tropas de las Naciones Unias
continuaron avanzando contra
la creciente resistencia de los
rojos a travs de un frente de
35 millas en Corea del Norte, en
un movimiento para desbaratar
os planes de ofensiva de los
rolos.
Elementos de tres otras di-
visiones de las Naciones Uni-
das dos de Estados Unidos y
una surcoreana fueron lanza-
dos a travs del Paralelo para
solidificar la saliente aliada de
ocho millas de -profundidad en
los frentes central y occiden-
tal.
Los corresponsales de la Pren-
sa Unida Que estn reportando
la accin desde las posiciones
del frente, dijeron que las tro-
pas-de las Naciones Unidas es-
tn luchando de cerro en cerro
en algunos sectores del terre-
no montaoso, sacando a los
rojos de sus trincheras con car-
gas de bayoneta, granadas de
mano y artillera.
Una poderosa fuerza blinda-
da aliada se coloc sorpresi-
vamente ocho millas detrs de
las lineas comunistas al nor-
oeste de Yongdong. Los tanques
se abrieron paso hacia la pe-
quea reserva en la Villa de
Chialli, aniquilando a dos gru-
pos de rojos, un total de ochen-
ta hombres.
La Villa de Chialli se en-
cuentra a solo once millas al
sureste de la poblacin clave de
Chorwon, parte del tringulo
Chorwon-Pyongyang-Kumhwa,
en donde los rojos han con-
centrado la mayor parte de su
ejrcito de medio milln de
hombres para una nueva ofen-
siva contra el Sur de Corea.
Un' corresponsal de la Pren-
sa Unida describi el cuadro
de la ofensiva como uno de
combates de cerros, con las tro-
pas de las Naciones Unidas
irrumpiendo en las posiciones
de los rojos y abrindose paso
entre alambres de pas contra
el furioso fuego de los comu-
nistas.
Los soldados norteamericanos
encontraron uno de estos obs-
tculos en una montaa al Es-
te de Yonggong y a dos millas
al Norte del Paralelo: La in-
fantera americana carg con
bayonetas caladas y se apode-
raron del cerro en una san-
grienta batalla.
Una batalla parecida tuvo lu-
gar en un cerro al noreste de
Yongpyong, en donde dos com-
paas comunistas estaban bien
atrincheradas, manteniendo a
raya a un batalln americano
durante tres horas.
El batalln americano al fi-
nal barri con los defensores
comunistas en un movimiento
de pinzas desde el frente y la
retaguardia, lanzando granadas
de mano a medida que car-
gaban contra la posicin comu-
nista.
Un avin solitario sin iden-
tificar dej caer tres bombas
detrs de las lneas aliadas al
noreste de Chunchon a media
noche de ayer.
La primera divisin norteamericana
llegar a Europa en el mes de mayo
La graduacin de
Escuela de Corte
de Chitr es el 7
CHITRE. de Abril (Corres-
ponsal)La Escuela "Corte y
Confeccin" de esta localidad
que dirige con acierto y consa-
gracin la seora Eneida M. de
Castillero celebra el sbado 7
de los corrientes su segunda
graduacin, que corresponde al
perodo de primero de Noviem-
bre al 31 de Marzo del ao en
curso. Cerca de 37 alumnas gra-
duandas recibirn diplomas que
las acredita como verdaderas
modistas, en un acto sencillo pe
ro solemne, para el cual se ha
elaborado un programa especial.
En el Club Chitr se celebrar
un regio baile en honor de las
alumnas graduandas. y al efec-
to, estn circulando las Invita-
ciones de rigor. Muchas felici-
taciones ha recibido ya la se-
ora Eneida M. de Castillero
por este triunfo alcanzado en su
corta carrera profesional, pues,
en esta sociedad de Chitr, como
en. losd ems pueblos circun-
vecinos, se reconoce la magnifi-
ca labor que viene desarrollando
su escuela en beneficio de estas
comunidades. Este Corresponsal
registra complacido este xito
logrado por la seora de Casti-
llero y le desea mayores triun-
fos.
Depositan corona
sobre la tumba
de Washington
WASHINGTON, abril 8. (USIS)
Cuatro ministros de rela-
ciones exteriores colocaron una
ofrenda floral sobre la tumba
de. Jorge Washington, primer
Presidente de los Estados Uni-
dos.
Los cancilleres, quienes se di-
rigieron a Mount Vernon, don-
de vivi Washington y donde
se encuentra su tumba, fueron
el doctor Carlos N. Brin, de
Panam; Hiplito Jess Paz, de
Argentina: Bernardo Ocampos,
de Paraguay y J. Edgardo Va-
lenzuela, de Honduras. Fueron
acompaados por el Dr. Alber-
to Lleras Camargo. Secretarlo
General de la Organizacin de
los Estados Americanos y bex-
Presldente de Colombia.
Los 4 ministros fueron desig-
nados en la primera sesin ale-
arla de la Reunin de Con- i
sulta de Ministros de Relacio-
Enormes refuerzos enva China i y J'J^S^
comunista al frente de Corea de cuatro mas
Est utilizando
a ex-prlsloneros
de guerra nipones
TAIPEI, Formosa, abril 7.
(UP). Se ha sabido que Ru-
sia y la China comunista han
decidido enviar enormes refuer-
zos chinos ms de 30,000 ex-
prlsioneros de guerra japone-
ses al frente de Corea
La Unin Press de la China
dijo que la decisin se haba
tomado en una sesin del Con-
sejo Militar Chino-Sovitico eon
sede en la capital de la China
Comunista.
Al mismo tiempo un portavoz
de la China Nacionalista dijo
que Rusia est enviando tropas
de combate y aviones a Man-
churia, pero dijo que dudaba
que los soviticos lanzaran sus
propias tropas contra las Na-
ciones Unidas, a -menos que la
guerra se extendiera desde Co-
lea a la misma China.
Tao Hsi Sheng, portavoz ofi-
cial del Gobierno Nacionalista
dijo que las pequeas guarni-
CITACION -----
Panam, 4 de Abril de 1951.
"La reunin de la Sociedad
de Obstetricia y Ginecologa
correspondientes al presente
mes, se llevar a cabo el Mar-
tes, 10 de Abril de 1051 en
los salones del Club de Golf a
las 7:10 p.m. El programa cien-
tfico estar a cargo del Dr.
Juan Arosemeha quien ha es-
cogido como tema de su dis-
cusin "Malformaciones del -
tero y su importancia en el
aborto o parto prematuro ha-
bitual". Abrir la discusin el
distinguido colega, Dr. Arist-
bulo Carrizo".
nes Exteriores, de conformidad
con una resolucin por la cual
se rinde tributo a Washington,
"el libertador e liustre dirigen-
te de este pas" y "una de las
ms nobles figuras de este He-
misferio".
Por causa del Tratado de
Paz con Japn no abandona
Estados Unidos a la Corea
Por JAY G. HAYDEN
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Abril
Uno de los motivos por los
cuales los Estados Unidos no
pueden permitir que las Nacio-
nes Unidas se retiren de la Co-
rea en estos momentos y
quiz sea tambin el motivo
por el cual la china comunista
no puede aceptar una tregua
a base de los trminos limita-
dos ofrecidos por Mac Arthur
es el tratado de paz con el
Japn, que est pendiente. .
John Foster Dulles, quien
est a cargo de la ltima fase
de la poltica exterior norte-
americana, hizo saber el sbado
que "el verdadero texto que po-
dra incorporarse a un tratado
eventual" se encuentra en ma-
nos de los aliados de los Esta-
dos Unidos en la guerra del
Pacifico, incluyendo a Rusia.
La declaracin de Dulles en
el sentido de que se promulga-
r el tratado, con o sin la par-
ticipacin de Rusia en el mis-
mo, y que "no han surgido de-
sacuerdos fundamentales" en-
tre los otros signatarios, pare-
cera justificar la esperanza
expresada anteriormente por l
de que el tratado de pa*z con el
Japn quede terminado este
verano.
Sin embargo, este optimismo
se basa e el supuesto de que
los problemas relacionados con
la China comunista puede
mantenerse en suspenso hasta
que se haya firmado el trata-
do de paz con el Japn.
Aunque la nacin que ms
est arriesgando por lo que to-
ca al futuro del Japn es la
China, Dulles no ha menciona-
do una sola vez a dicho pas
en todas sus declaraciones.
Y toda vez que el gobierno
antlcomunlsta chino refugia-
do en Formosas ha guardado
silencio Igualmente, puede dar-
se por sentado que Chiang
Kai-shek est participando en
la negociacin del tratado de
paz con el Japn y espera fir-
mar el tratado como represen-
tante de toda la China.
Es significativo que Dulles,
si bien dijo que se le pedira
al Japn que renunciara a sus
aerenos, titulo y reclamacio-
nes en cuanto a Formosa, no
hiciera mencin alguna de c-
mo iba a disponer de dicha Is-
la.
El general MacArthur ha de-
bido de tener en mente el tra-
tado de paz con el Japn cuan-
to, al proponerles una tregua
a los comunistas chinos ca
coica recientemente, les dijo
que las negociaciones al elec-
to no deban verse "gravadas
con asuntos ajenos a las mis-
mas ,.. tales como la cuestin
de Formosa y la admisin de
China en las Naciones Unidas".
De ser admitida a las Nacio-
nes Unidas, apenas podra ne-
grsele a la China comunista
participacin en el tratado de
paz con el Japn. Y actuando
en esta ltima capacidad, pro-
bablemente lo primero que
exigira la China comunista
sera la posesin de Formosa,
que el extinto presidente Roo-
sevelt les prometi a los chi-
nos en El Cairo.
Es fcil conjeturar que la
China de Mao se opondra te-
nazmente a que continuaran
fuerzas de ocupacin navales
y areas norteamericanas en
el Japn, mientras los japone-
ses organizan su propio ejr-
cito, del que Dulles ha dicho
qu el condicin esencial del
tratado de paz.
Por Carl W. McCardle
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Abril (EPSi
Pasarn por lo menos seis
semanas antes de que el gene-
ral Elsenhower reciba la prime-
ra de las cuatro divisiones nor-
teamericanas que sern envia-
das a Europa, como contribu-
cin de los Estados Unidos al
nuevo ejrcito occidental del
cual aqul es comandante su-
premo. Y no ser sino hasta el
de todas las fuerzas nortaeme-
ricanas que se ha decidido co-
locar bajo su mando.
Las autoridades militares es-
peraban poder enviar la prime-
ra de tales divisiones a Europa
en estos das, que se conside-
ran de gran peligro porque la
primavera ofrece condicin*
especiales favorables para una
accin militar.
Pero la tardanza del Congre-
so norteamericano en la adop-
tacin de las medidas necesa-
rias para enviar tropas a Euro-
pa ha causado un considerable
retraso en ese sentido. El Sena-
do no ha votado todava la au-
torizacin respectiva. Una vez
que lo haya hecho, transcurri-
rn por lo menos dos semanas
antes de que las tropas puedan
ser embarcadas.
Los planes del Pentgono so-
bre esta materia son los si-
guientes:
SI la resolucin del Congreso
es obtenida en los primeros
3ulnce das de este mes, la
rimera divisin ser despa-
chada alrededor del primero de
mayo. Ser una divisin de in-
fantera.
Un mes despus se embarca-
r una divisin mecanizada, y
las otras dos sern despacha-
das en el otoo.
Se ha. rumorado que la fa-
mosa divisin No 28 de Pen-
llvania'ser una de las que se
enven en otoo, pero esto de-
pender de la prontitud con
que puedan prepararse los con-
tingentes respectivos.
SI se llama a este servicio
a una divisin de la Guardia
Nacional, probablemente ser
la No. 38. porque es la que me-
jor preparada est para prestaf
servicio en el exterior.
iDoIorescfeAlmorrana
1 llfni ilmomnii qa< ciuitk
om.zn, hemorragia, almorrana* In-,
ttrnma o axtcrnaa, no ufra un da ma
In probar 1 Chlnarold. En pocos mlnu-i,
to al Cnlnarold principia a combat!
na almorrana da tr manaran
1. Calma I dolor y la comaion. 1. Ayo.
a a ncocer lo tejidos adolorido
Inflamado. . Avuda a cicatrizar
Iriiiii Irritada*. Solicit)
tolnarald aa u bolleo bor miara
Todo esto lleva a preguntar
cul ser la situacin de los a-
suntos del Extremo Oriente si se
firma el tratado de paz con
el Japn, excluyendo de las ne-
gociaciones a Rusia como a la
China comunista, y cuando ti-
lo suceda.
clones soviticas en Manchuria
han sido "enormemente refor-
zadas" ltimamente.
Sin embargo, dijo que duda-
ba que Rusia intervenga di-
rectamente en Corea, ya que
los chinos, comunistas tienen
suficiente potencial humano que
no han usado todava.
Sheng dijo tambin que la
oferta de la China Nacionalis-
ta de enviar 33.000 soldados a
Corea para luchar al lado de
las Naciones Unidas todava es-
ta en pie.
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
MATRICULA 1951
La Universidad de Panam anuncia su matricula para
el Primer Semestre de 1951. Se verificar en el edificio
de Biblioteca y Administracin todos los das hbiles de
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MATRICULA
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20 Abril al 6 de Mayo
B.Alumnos aos anteriores
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7 de Mayo
B.Clasificacin de Francs
8 de Mayo
C.Generales de Facultad
9 y 10 de Mayo
D.Exmenes mdicos para los
- nuevos Estudiantes
9 Abril al 6 de Mayo
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pasaporte; copia de todas sus calificaciones; copla del di-
ploma. Es necesario pasar antes examen mdico en la
Universidad. Los exmenes mdicos se efectuarn en el edi-
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juventud el salvavidas que no permitir que perezca
n las tempestades econmicas de la vida?
que un TITULO DE AHORRO Y CAPITALIZACIN
adquirido para su nio, ser para l en su juventud la
slida base para completar su educacin y le ofrecer
la oportunidad de iniciar un negocio o industria?
Adquiera AHORA un
TITULO DE AHORRO Y CAPITALIZACIN
PAIN AMA
El titulo de AHORRO Y CAPITA-
LIZACIN le frece adems la
oportunidad de taarse B/. l.SSS.OS
desde el pago de la primera cuota
(de acuerdo con sorteos de la Lo-
tera Nacional de Beneficencia.




PAGINA CUATRO
1 ti PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEP1ND1ENTB
SBADO. ABRIL 7, 1951
El Dr. Alfredo Cantn se
defiende de unos argos
J Santiago, 5 de Abril de 1951.
Seor Director del
PANAMA AMERICA,
Panam.
Seor Director:
Ruego a Ud. dar cabida n
su ledo diarlo a la carta con:
que acompao la presente.
Dicha carta contiene una in-
ormacln, que en mi concep-
to debe conocer la cudadania
en general.
De Ucf. atento servidor,
. Alfreda Cantn,
Director General de Educacin
y Director del Instituto
de Verano.
U Santiago, 5 de Abril de 1951.
Seor Director:
Panam-
, En la edicin del mircoles
"4 de los corrientes de un dia-
Jto local aparece una inorma-
cin firmada por la maestra
Rosa Tun.
Como se trata de un comu-
nicado con firma responsable,
. y como en l se me calumnia
al atriburseme hechos que
menoscabaran, de poder pro-
brseme, mi autoridad y mo-
" ral de educador, deseo dar a
la ciudadana la explicacin
que reconozco debo darle.
1.Despus que. el "Comit
de Paro" me comunic por es-
crlto que no Irian a examenes
por no estar de acuerdo con
dlaposicior.es del Ministerio de
Educacin, un grupo de maes-
tra* se acercaron a mi y me pi
dieron que ya que se haba de-
clarado esa huelga ellas pedan
autorizacin para irse a *us
casas pues tenan sus hijos y
familias que atender y no po-
dan quedarse en la escuela
cruzados de brazos perdiendo
su tiempo toda una semana.
Yo estudi la solicitud y la
resolv en el sentido de que
no slo ellas sino lodo el que
quisiera marcharse lo poda
hacer.
Poco despus, cuando las pri-
meras maestras se disponan a
marcharse los maestros y
maestras en huelga les impi-
dieron por la i violencia la sa-
lida. Yo cit inmediatamente
despus al Comit- de Huelga
al Aula Mxima y en presen-
cia de un grupo numerosa de
estudiantes les dije que ellos
no podan Impedir la salida
de quienes quisieran marchar-
se porque eso era violar un
precepto constitucional que ga-
rantiza el derecho de todo ciu-
dadano para trasladarse de un
lugar a otro y que a ellos los
hara responsables por los re-
sultados de tales violencias.
2.Dice Rosa Tun que
"fu el Dr. Cantn, el Pro-
fesor Romero y e| Sr. Verga-
ra quienes violando el Regla-
mento Interno de la Escuela
entraron sin previo aviso a la
Seccin de las maestras sin
duda para sorprender a los
maestras en paos menores".
La verdad de los hechos es ia
siguiente; La Sra. Victoria de
Almengor, Monltora de la Sec-
cin en referencia, vino a mi
despacho en compaa de la
alumna Ana Vasquez Cobo, a
PEDIRMEN PROTECCIN como
Director del Instituto de Ve-
rano, para que las acompaa-
Se niega que los alumnos del
Instituto de Verano hayan
cometido actos de violencia
- CRUCIGRAMA -
En todo el Interior de la
Repblica tambin existe
una anarqua en los precios
Aguadulce, Abril 5 de 1951.
El Panam Amrica.
Panam.
No tendra ninguna Impor-
tancia el hecho de que se dic-
ten disposiciones en las altas
esferas oficiales, si stas no se
hacen cumplir.
Quiero referirme a los pre-
cios topes que se han fijado
a los artculos de prime-
ra necesidad. En esta pobla*
cin y el resto del interior
tambin existe la anarqua de
precios y de la noche a la
maana se elevan los precios
sin ur.a causa que lo justifi-
que. El arroz del pas y la pa-
pa extranjera se expenden al
detal a B.0.12 la libra y con-
tinuar este precio de manera
Hoy coronan a Marta Primera
Confan en que el
Dr. A. Arias har
una carretera
COLON, Abril 5. (R.C.S.).
"El Presidente Dr. A.. Arlas
M., nos ofreci la carretera y
por ello esperamos sta se
construya", tal expresaron a
este Corresponsal distinguidas
personalidades escobalefias.
A pregunta formulada por
ste en relacin a la carre-
tera del Escobal, que a tantos
comentarios se vienen desa-
rrollando en esta ciudad, a
vecinos del mencionado lugar
expusieron: "El ao pasado
nos dirigimos al seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica Dr. Ar-
nulfo Arlas M., una aprecia-
ble comisin integrada por hi-
jos del Escobal donde le ex-
pusimos nuestro pliego de as-
piraciones entre las cuales se
encuentra la mencionada ca-
rretera. Obra que nos fu ofre-
cida dndocenos la esperanza
que dentro de breves meses se-
ria iniciada, pero siguen los
meses corriendo y la mencio-
nada va en menclo sigue en
el espritu fuerte y luchador
del pueblo escbale o".
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HORIZONTALES:
1Monarca.
4Uno de los nombres de
Minerva.
8Emisin de sonido articu-
lado.
12Constelacin.
13Ciudad de Espaa.
14Afresis de ahora.
15Superficiales.
17Proyectiles.
19Oran lago salado de Asia.
20Habitacin, residencia.
21Ciudad del Brasil.
23Parte del cuerpo humano,
Pl.
26Caldo espeso.
27Espacios de tiempo.
28Repetido, ser querido.
29Afeccin, de la garganta.
30Del verbo pelar.
31Rio de Espaa.
92Terminacin verbal.
33Isla de Malasia.
34Migaja.
35Seal de cortesa.
37Intersticios de la piel.
38Alero.
39Ladrn, familiarmente.
40Lmpara marina.
42Pitilleras.
45Marchara.
46Pabelln del odo.
48Ave domstica.
49Apcope de Norte.
50Condimento,
tiExisten.
9Viajar por el aire.
10Reza.
11Interjeccin.
16Novillo menor de dos aos
18Naipes.
20Probar un licor.
21Crema que se forma en
algunos lquidos, Pl.
22Del verbo atorar.
23Fuerza fsica.
24Que se le tiene amistad.
25Recibidores.
27Bogar.
30Solictelos.
31Vientos del sudeste.
33Apodo de las Gertrudis.
34Ciudad de la Repblica
Dominicana.
38Clase de ganado.
37Campesino rstico.
39Del verbo cejar.
40Terminacin.
41Del verbo arar.
42Animal acutico.
43rbol de Venezuela.
44Apcope de santo.
47Dios egipcio del sol.
indefinida, y lo ms parad-
jico del caso es que,, siendo
Aguadulce, gran centro pro-
ductor de sal este articulo se
est vendiendo a B0.7>/2 cen-
tavos libra, es decir que prin-
cipalmente se debe luchar con
tra os acaparadores sin con-
ciencia, que en todo tiempo,
se aprovechan de los conflic-
tos que ocurren en el mundo
para llenarse los bolsillos.
Las autoridades correspon-
dientes, deben tomar cartas en'
el asunto y proceder sin con-
templaciones de partidos pol-
ticos, ni compadrazcos ni amis-
tades porque se debe antepo-
ner el bien de la comunidad.
Corresponsal Especial.
para irse a sus casas ya que
el Comit haba declarado la
huelga de no presentar ex-
menes. ,
Despus de esto llam a la
Sra. Victoria de Almengor,
Monltora a quien las maestras
de su Seccin haban insulta-
do a su antojo porque no es-
taba de acuerdo con la huel-
ga, y en compaa de ella y
del profesor Romero bajamos
la escalera y la conduje has-
ta la secretaria del Instituto
de Verano entre los INSULTOS
Y DIATRIBAS de las que en
ese momento olvidaban su
condicin de maestras.
Tal es la verdad de los he-
chos en relacin con el inci-
dente del internado.
3.Dice (Bienvenida) Rosa
Tun que "el Director del
Instituto de Verano ante del
Brazo de la Polica Secreta".
Declaro oue ni una sola vez
bt subido a un carro de la
Polica Secreta ni he andado
aqui en Santiago con ningn
agente de esa institucin.
4.Y Rosa Tun aade que
el Director del Instituto de
Verano "ayer en la maana
pidi la cooperacin del Go-
bernador de Veraguas para so-
cavar nuestro movimiento". Ju-
ro ante Dios ante la ciudada-
na y ante mi familia que
nunca he pensado ni pensar
jamas en un fccto semejante.
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Reina de la bellesa y de la simpata, en plena juventud,
bella y elegante, Martha Spadafora, Reina Tpica Nacional,
ser coronada esta noche en el Estadio Nacional, como culmi-
nacin triunfal del certamen civlcoc organizado por la Con-
federacin de Sociedades Cvicas interioranas
Las Reinas de la Zafra, Cana de Asucar, Hospital Santo
Toms v Arena de Chame tomarn parte en el acto en ho-
nor de la gentil Reina interiorana. Todos los detalles del
interesante programa han sido ultimados, para que resulte u-
aran xito la coronacin de esta Reina por mil motivos.
El acto comentar a las ocho de la noche. Paso a la
Reina! ___________. .________________i
Colon, Abril 7 de 195).
Seor Director
de El Panam Amrica
Panam.
Seor Director:
Acudo a la hospitalidad de
las pginas de su peridico en
la completa seguridad de que
no me ser negada, para des-
mentir la noticia notoriamen-
te tendenciosa y marcadamen-
te malintencionada, aparecida
en la pgina "Voz del inte-
rior" de su peridico del dia
5 de Abril; y la cual se re-
laciona con el problema del
Instituto de Verano. La noticia
trae por titulo "Los Huelguis-
tas del Instituto de Verano, si
realizaron violaciones"; esas
informaciones, Seor Director,
estn saturadas de falsedad
desde el principio hasta el fin;
jams la verdad ha sido tan
monstruosamente desfigurada.
Es absolutamente falso que
"una seora en estado grvi-
do fuera amenazada con dar-
le punta-pies si iba a los ex-
menes", tal especie retrata por
entero al Corresponsal que
trasmiti la noticia, quien tra-
tando en forma parcial de ha-
cerle dao a un movimiento
justo, que goza del apoyo de
toda la opinin pblica del
pais y de los educadores ver-
daderos y dignos y. de loa es-
tudiantes conscientes, no se ha
dado cuenta de que est aten-
tando contra el Drestlglo de
toda la epbllca al tratar de
hacerle creer al pais y al
mundo entero que los maes-
tros somos capaces de reali-
zar atentados tan reprobable
como el apuntado.
Ninguna maestra reclam os-
tensiblemente su derecho de
presentar exmenes, en su to-
talidad apoyaron el movimien-
to; prueba de ello es que el
Dr. Cantn se present al au-
la mquina de la Escuela Nor-
mal a preguntarle a los maes-
tros, all reunidos en asam-
blea general, quien quera pre-
sentar examen, que se pusie-
ra de pie, el que asi lo de-
seara; y nadie lo hizo, es ms
los que se hallaban de pie por
no tener asiento se sentaron
rpidamente en el suelo, ti Dr.
Cantn repiti por tres Veces
la misma pregunta, con el mis-
mo resultado.
Es falso que el Profesor Ro-
mero tuviera que proteger a
ninguna maestra para que a-
bandora el internado; lo qua
si es cierto es que el Sr. Car-
los Romero, el Dr. Cantn y,
Vergara e presentaron al In-
ternado de mujeres sin antes
anunciar su visita y que el Sr.
Romero .trat de introducir a-
gentes de la Secreta con avie-
sos fines en el internado da
los varones. En ningn mo-
mentonos opusimos a que los
que quisieran Irse a sus ca-
sas asi lo hicieran.
No es verdad que la Poli-
ca interviniera para proteger
persona alguna que nosotros
intentramos agredir, ya que
no hubo tales intentos da
agresin; lo que si hizo la Po-
lica fu protegernos a noso-
tros de la furia de los Agen-
tes de la Secreta que quisie-
ron darnos de cachiporra. No
es cierto que se haya ultra-
jado a la Profesora de Trave-
sanl ni a la Secretaria Pasto-
ra Romero. En todo el movi-
miento los maestros han de-
mostrado cultura y ecuanimi-
dad. Lamentamos que el Seor
Cajar Escala se preste para
faltar a la tica periodstica y
se falte el respeto asimismo
publicando falsedades.
Del Seor Director,
Sebastin Aguilar,
(Cd. 11-13765).
Secretario General de .'a
Asoc. Eat. Int. Verano.
\
Como simple ciudadano soy
enemigo de toda violencia y
como educador jams comete-
ra un hecho como el que me
imputa Rosa Tun.
Y para que la ciudadana
panamea se convenza de que
he dicho la verdad en todo,
declaro que acusar del deli-
to de calumnia a Rosa Tuon
ante el Ministerio de Educa-
cin para que se levante la
investigacin correspondiente,
se establezca la verdad de los
hechos y se apliquen las san-
ciones que correspondan, a fin
de que no olviden los maestros
que una huelga no otorga pa-
tente de corso y que an en
tales circunstancias debe un
maestro mantener su dignidad
y carcter de educador.
Soy del seor Director muy
atento servidor,
Alfredo Cantn,
Director General de Educacin
y Director del Inst. de Verano
de 1851.
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?URTICALES:
1Gorra militar.
2Demostrativo.
3Japoneses.
4Famoso inventor espaol.
5 Canoa mexicana.
8Flor herldica.
7Agrupacin Juvenil, Inlc.
4Das de la semana.
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ra a su Seccin porque ellas
queran marcharse a sus ca-
sas y sus compaeras en huel-
ga no las dejaban sacar sus
maletas. Yo fui con ellas a la
seccin; me acompaaron el
Profesor Romero, Inspector Je-
fe del Internado de Varones,
y el Sr. Jos A. Vergara, Ofi-
cial de la secretara del Ins-
tituto de Verano, quienes se
ofrecieron a ayudarles con el
equipaje.
Al llegar al pie de la esca-
lera orden a la monltora Sra.
Victoria de Almengor que su-
biera ella a avisar a las maes-
tras que pudiera haber en la
seccin que yo iba a subir.
Subieron ellas primero y des-
pus sub yo con los dos que
me* acompaaban. Al llegar a
lo alto de la escalera me en-
contr con que la Brta. Vs-
quez Cobo, QUE ME HABA
PEDIDO PROTECCIN, acaba-
ba de caer al suelo desmayada
presa de un ataque de nervios
debido a las amenazas de sus
compaeras. La Inspectora Je-
fe, Srta. Laura Fuentes busc
algunos medicamentos de e-
mergencla y en compaa del
Profesor Romero y de Vergara
la llevaron cargada a su cuar-
to.
Yo no entr a la seccin ni
lucho menos al cuarto de la
Irta. Vsquez Cobo, ni haba
lli maestras en paos meno-
res porque eran como las diez
y media de la maana. Apro-
vech si para llegar a la puer-
ta de otras dos Secciones que
estn en el mismo piso alto y
des la puerta. SIN ENTRAR A
LAS SECCIONES hice que me
llamaran a las maestras que
all estuvieran y les inform
que todas estaban autorizadas
LA CHILANCO PAGO AL GOBIERNO
B/. 224.211.58 EN EL AO 1951
Medios de transporte sern
facilitados para Maearacas
BOCAS DEL TORO, Abril 6.
Corresponsal. En la di-
visin de Almirante se ha in-
tensificado en los meses del
presente ao, los trabajos re-
lacionados con los cultivos de
bananos y abac. Esto ha da-
do lugar al empleo de un ma-
yor nmero de trabajadores y
a un cmulo de actividades
que se derivan de las grandes
labores que se desarrollan.
La Chlriqui Land Company
pag al Gobierno Nacional la
cantidad de B.224.211.58 por
razn de impuestos y a los
particulares B.2.772.480.57, por
diversos conceptos, en 1950.
DETALLE DE PAGOS AL
GOBIERNOPor razn de de-
rechos de aduana y consulares
sobre las Importaciones de
mercaderas y materiales des-
tinados a la empresa, se pago
al Gobierno durante el ao Ja
suma de B.155.990.03 y a los
empleados se les colect la
cantidad de B.20.122.33, sobre
el Impuesto, de la renta, suma
que fu entregada al Tesoro
Nacional, por conducto de sus
oficinas respectivas.
En impuesto sobre bienes
races pag la compaa en el
ao de 1950 la cantidad de
B.30.503.82 y por otros Impues-
tos cubri al Fisco la suma
de B.13.325.10. En Impuestos
municipales varios la compaa
pag la suma de B4.427.30.
DETALLE DE PAGOS A
PARTICULARESDurante los
12 meses del ao la Chlriqui
Corresponde tal
cantidad a la
divisin de Bocas
Land Company en las diversas
dependencias pag la cantidad
de B.2.228.607.54 por razn de
sueldos a los empleados.
En compras de cacao gast
B.8.592.18 y en compra de ma-
teriales, mercaderas y diver-
sos gast la apreclable canti-
dad de B.512.539.42.
En arriendos la empresa pa-
g la suma de B4.350.73 y en
gas, hielo y fuerza motriz tuvo
un gasto de B.121.75. En con-
cepto de pagos a las compa-
as de aviacin, por carga y
pasajeros transportados a la
empresa, se pag la cantidad
de B.4.852.17.
A las compaas navieras
ag por carga y pasa-'eros que
ueron transportados, por or-
denes de la misma, la suma
de B.16.417.78.
La compaa mantiene un
total de 3.383 empleados en las
diversas dependencias, habien-
do pagado por razn de va-
caciones la suma de B. 134.835-
5, por pre-avlso y cesanta la
suma de B.28.598.50, por auxi-
lio de enfermedad B.21.396.89.
por accidentes de trabajo la
cantidad de B.12.513.06, por an-
tigedad de servicios, de a-
cuerdo con disposiciones de la
ley octava de 1931, la suma
Ul, b.4.oo4.82, por sobre-tiempo,
B.40.068.92 y por das feriados,
B.43656.21.
En Anin se est
laborando para
construir parque
Desde hace varios lustros el
pueblo de Antn viene luchan-
do por la construccin de su
parque, y en esta ocasin le
ha tocado a la sociedad "Ju-
ventud Obrera An toera" darle
mayor impulso a esta campa-
a, .habiendo logrado la ini-
ciacin de la construccin del
parque.
Con el propsito de conver-
tir en realidad uno de sus ms
caros anhelos, esta sociedad
solicita el concurso de todos
los antoneros y amigos de An-
tn, que puede consirtlr en
materiales, mano de obra o di-
nero, de preferencia cemento
que es lo ms necesario; y de-
be ser entregado al Mayor Ro-
gelio Alba o a la Sociedad
'Juventud Obrera An tonara".
La Sociedad "Juventud O-
brera Antonera" agradece de
antemano la cooperacin que
se dignen enviar, ya que ello
redundar en el embelleci-
miento de este pueblo que
bien lo merece.
El Comit Central Organiza-
dor del Primer Congreso de A-
zuero informa por este medio
a todos los que en una u otra
forma asistirn al Congreso a
realizar en Maearacas del 13 al
15 del presente mes, que se
facilitarn medios de trans-
porte a las siguientes perso-
nas:
Delegados miembros de am-
bas Federaciones: Orquesta y
Candidates con un represen-
tante solamente,
Para los efectos de aloja-
miento -y alimente tnr 1v or*
ganlzaciones fraternales invi-
tadas, tendrn qUe sujetaras al
Pargrafo del Articulo 25 del
Reglamento que establece una
cuota de B.10.00, confirmada
por la Secretara General.
El derecho a transporte se
acreditar con la respectiva
credencial proveniente de la
Soc. a que pertenece y que ha-
ya sido confirmada por la Se-
cretaria General o quien paga
ria General o quien haga sus
veces.
Los Buses se estacionarn
en las inmediaciones del Tea-
tro Variedades y partirn el
Viernes 13 a las 6.m. (hora In-
glesa). Por ninguna forma se
aceptarn deferencias sobre la
demora de partida. Por tanto
todos los Interesados debern
acomodarse a las 5 a.m.
Directores de partida y or-
ganizacin de transporte: los
seores Guillermo A. Tetada
Mora: Tel. 3-2010 y 3-2830 y
Ezequiel Ros C. Tel. 2-0520.
Se insta a las personas con
derecho a transporte, dirigirse
previamente a los menciona-
dos seores, ya que de ante-
mano se procurar una lista
exacta de las mismas.
El equipaje debe limitarse a
su ms mnima expresin.
Deben introducirse
en el hospital de
Chilr unas mejoras
CHITRE, Abril 7. Corres-
ponsal Viajero) El Hospital
de Chltr hoy a cargo del. Dr.
Venancio Villarreal est en
-ptonaaeMOdad. BI"Pr: VUla-
n-eal atiende a todas las per-
sonas con especial atencin. El
Dr. Villarreal mostr al Co-
rresponsal de Antn hoy en vi-
sita por Chltr, todas las salas
dando explicacin y necesida-
des de cada una de ellas.
Una necesidad apremiante
en el Hospital de Chltr es un
anexo para Sala de Nios. Se
ha tenido que recurrir al dor-
mitorio de las enfermeras has-
ta tanto se solucione este pro-
blema. El Dr. Villarreal se ha
entrevistado con el Dr. Rober-
to Sandoval sobre las necesi-
dades del Hospital de Chltr
que hoy es chico para alojar
gran cantidad de personas qua
all recurren en busca de sa-
lud.
La Enfermera Jefe Doa
Concepcin A. de Rodrguez,
trabaja con eficiencia junto
con el grupo de enfermeras
Sra. de Cuervo Jefe de Sala,
y las otras enfermeras que
cumplen con sus deberes como
las seoritas Ana Maria Chin,
Isabel Roa, Ana L. Yntt, Ma-
ra de Jaramillo.
Este Corresponsal visit tara
bien el Almacn, Farmacia,
que estn bien atendidos y or-
ganizados.

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Direccin Telegrfica: BANCONAL
Apartado Nmero 787 Panam '
Telfonos: 2-OftM. 2-8921. 2-0822, 2.8923. 2-8*24. Panam
Agencias en loa aiguitntw lugares:
AGUADULCE, ALMIRANTE, BOCAS DEL TORO, CHITRE,
COLON. CONCEPCIN. DAVID, OCU, PENONOME,
PUERTO ARMUELLES, SANTIAGO Y LAS TABLAS.
Corresponsales en las principales plazas del Exterior.
Est an condiciones da prestar toda data de
ss'vicioa banoarios.
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The Chase National Bank
of th City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5283,000,000.00
Transacciones Sanearas en General
UCUR8AL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
>VM Etfifektnmos en el Fmandamiento de
Importacin* y ExportaciotUM
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
0
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de presumo con garantas da
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos amnale de B/.0.25; B/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B .5.00, por un psrodo da cuarsntiocho (48)
simanas.
V.
Oficinas en Panam: Aw. Central esquina eon Calle "1"
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Callo la.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Adsninistrador.
Sucursal ea Caln
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SBADO, ABRIL t, 1M1
______ EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
PAGINA CINCO
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liifornieH para esta seccin se reciben en la
mi
ccin
Social
Telfono S-S1M
ocia
de EL PANAiYIA-AMERICA
HORAS: l:M a !:* a.sn.
Apartado 134
Boda Tjeira-Morales
Uiax-Villalax *
Hoy a las 8 p.m. unirn sus
destinos ante el altar mayor
de Cristo Rey, la encantadora
seorita Norlta Diaz Vlllalaz y
el apreclaao caballero Vctor
M. Tejelra Jr.
Lucir la novia una delica-
dsima creacin de tul de ny-
lon con lncrustacones encaje
chantly obra de doa Olida
Barsallo de Page. Los niveos
azahares formarn digna coro-
na a la desposada, quien Ir
precedida de su dama de ho-
nor seorita Olconda Pelayo
Villalas, en tul de nylon y en-
cajes aqua, las seoritas JEdlth
Moreno Ocaa, Rosarlo Lara
Guardia, Elena Raquel Aguile-
ra, Finita Correa, Vllma Gar-
ca, Vilma de Len y Tltina
Arosemena Diaz, en vaporosos
vestilos de nylon en amarillo,
verde caa orquldez y sal-
mn. La acompaarn los ca-
balleros Joaqu i Fernndez
tranco Jr., Ramn Garcia,
Juan Diaz Vlllalaz, Gustavo
Paredes Jr., Alvar,o VUlanueva,
Gustavo Vlllalaz Jr., Luis H.
Moreno Jr. y Efran Calvio
Jr.
Portarn los anillos y las
arras los nios Ral Zappi yi
Jos Ramn Garcia Jr., sos-
tendrn la cola del vestido!
nupcial las nias Anallsa Mo-
reno Gasteazoro y Maria Lui-
sa y Maria Eugenia Valds
Carlea, Regarn flores al paso
le la novia la nia Mireya De-
nis Garcia.
Apadrinarn la ceremonia los
padres de la novia; seor Ar-
cadio Aguilera O. y seora Em-
ma V. de Aguilera, los padres
del novio; seor Victor M. Te-
jelra y seora Lola de Tejel-
ra, el seor Ral Zappl y se-
ora Dora V. de Zappl. el se-
or Enrique A. Jimnez y se-
ora Beatriz de la G. de Ji-
menez, el seor Francisco Vl-
llalaz y seora Helena de Vl-
llalaz, el Lie. Miguel j. Mo-
reno Jr. y seora Graciela G.
de Moreno, el seor Horacio
Almengor, la seorita Clemen-
tina Almengor, El seor Luis
M. Tovar, la seora Elba O. de
Tovar, el Dr. Alfonso Correa
Oarca, la seora Carstora G.
vda. de Daz, el seor El rain
Calvio A. y seora Lucia A.
de Calvlo, el seor Guillermo
Alemn y seora Carmen D. de
Alemn, el Dr. Rogelio Boyd
y seora Teresita T. de Boyd,
el seor Leonardo VUlanueva.
la seorita Angela Morales, t\
seor Valentn Stanzlola, y se-
ora Telva O. de Stanzlola, el
seor Aquilino Tejelra, la se-
ora Petra G. de Quirs, el
seor Csar Quintero, la seo-
rita Blanqulta Vsquez, el se-
or Marcos Morales, la seora
Teodolinda M. de Ayala, el se-
or Ramn Suazo y seora Ida
de Suaso.
Impartir la beiyiicln nup-
cial el Revdo. Padre Jess Se-
rrano, a los acordes del Ave
Mara de Schubert, cantado
por la jeora Thelma de Sua-
zo, acompaada al rgano por
el Prof. Azcrraga.
Recibirn los desposados las
felicitaciones de sus familia*
res y amistades durante una
recepcin, la cual ofrecern
los padres de la novia en su
residencia.
El precioso 'pastel de bodas
que representa un jardn de
ensueos ha sido confecciona-
do por doa Felicia de Sousa.
Los novios seguirn al Bo-
quete en viaje de luna de miel
y luego establecern su resi-
dencia en nuestra capital.
Formulamos votos porque la
dicha sonra siempre a tas
dicha sonra siempre a tan
simptlc pareja y que en el
hogar que se Inicia, reinen
siempre el cario y la tole-
rancia.
Almuerzo
El seo Coln Eloy Alfa-
ro y seora Blanca P. de Al-
faro ofrecieron ayer un al-
muerzo en su residencia', al
cual asisti un pequeo gru-
po de sus amistades.
Almuerzo y juego de cartas
Para agasajar a un grupo
de sus amistades, la seora
Celia D. de Caldern ofreci
feyer un almuerzo y juego de
cartas en su residencia vera-
niega Los Calderones, en Cho-
rrera.
Agasajo
Con motivo del cumpleaos
de la seora Margaret T. de
Arlas, un grupo de sus amis-
tades la agasajaron ayer con
un almuerzo en el Hotel El
Panam.
Cambio de residencia
El seor Pal Coleman y se-
ora Mary Arosemena de Co-
leman han trasladado su re-
sidencia a la calle 50 No. 14
en donde se ponen a las r-
denes de sus amistades.
no, sub-Rector del Colegio Mi-
litar del Ecuador Eloy Alfafb,
a nombre de las autoridades
militares de su pas, ofreci en
la tarde del Jueves, un Cocktail
Party en el Club de Oficiales
de Guliclt, en sincero reconoci-
miento a las muchas gentilezas
que durante la permanencia de
los cadetes ecuatorianos en el
Istmo de Panam- han recibido
de parte de la sociedad col-
nense y de las autoridades ml-
Pasa a la Pag. . Col. )
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Telfono 2-2541
UNA REINA EN NUESTROS TALLERES. La gentil seorita Marta Spadafora, Reina Tiplea
Nacional, hizo una visita de cortesa esta maana a las oficinas de El Panam-Amrica. Apa-
rece en la fotografa en momentos en que visita los talleres para la armada del diario, en
compaa de nuestro Jefe de Redaccin, don Armando Moreno G su comitiva y don Alfredo
"Macho" Aran-o, compaero de labores.
ta mejora le deseamos.
Se encuentra recluido en el
hospital Panam el seor Jo-
s Cao Garca. Ojal mejore
pronto.
MISA DE REQUIEM
Se dir en la Iglesia de Catedral el lunes 9 a las 7 a.m.
por el eterno descanso del alma de
OCTAVIO PEREZ C.
(q. e. p. d.)
Su esposa, Clementina Toureau de Pre, y sus hijos,
agradecern la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Panam, 7 de Abril de 1*51.
->->>S-SS-_S_S-SS..-S-i-i_ili-_
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un atento sa-
ludo de bienvenida a 8. E el
Embajador del Per y Decano
del Honorable Cuerpo Diplom-
tico, seor Emilio Ortiz de Ze-
vallos quien regres ayer de
Lima.
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
Por este medio se comunica a las personas Interesadas
que el lunes a las 10 de la maana se verificar en el Des-
Eacho del Director de Salud Pblica del Ministerio de Tra-
ajo. Previsin Social y Salud Pblica, el concurso de precios
para la compra de vveres y otros materiales para el Hospi-
tal Santo Toms y el Retiro Matas Hernndez.
Elobn Ramrez
Secretario del Ministerio de Trabaje,
Previsin Social y Salud Pblica.
Regresa hoy de Ro de Ja-
neiro en donde se encontraba
en viaje de negocios el seur
Fernando Eleta. Lo saludamos.
De los Estados Unidos
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Gladys Arlas de So-
hier, quien procedente de Bos-
ton se encuentra en nuestra
capital en donde pasar una
corta temporada visitando a
sus familiares.
De paso para Lima se en-
cuentran en Panam en don-
de permanecern durante va-
rios dias el seor Aurelio P-
rez Caballero y seora. Los sa-
ludamos,
NIIHUfl
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
MAC/0 EN U20-
SIGUE TAN CAMrANTt
JtU r<*W Saw Ui, SchJ, WhiAy
DimUwi, Kihmtriftk, Stmlmnd.
Sopa
UPTON
De Costa Riea
Saludamos al seor Carlos de
Janon Jr. quien regres de
San Jos en donde se encon-
traba en viaje de negocios.
De Taboga ,
Regresaron de Taboga en
aonde pasaron varios das de
descanso la seora Emma B.
de Haseth, la seora Estella
H. de Chlari y sus nios y la
seora Alda H. de Quizado y
sus nios.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Cumplne hoy trece aos de
casados el seor Antonio Bien-
dicho y seora Graciela Na-
varrete de Blendlcho. Les en-
viamos nuestras felicitaciones.
Enfermos
Completo restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Carmen
C. de Shuber quien guarda ca-
ma en el hospital Qergas.
Sufre quebrantos de salud
en el Hospital Panam la se-
ora Dorothy de Mlttag. Pron-
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos el res
tablecimlento de la seora L.
de Haseth quien abandon hoy
la Clnica San Fernando.
Completamente restablecida
abandon el hospital Hospital
Panam la seora Lastenl
Diez de Navarro. Nos alegra-
mos.
Acompaada de su recin
nacido abandon hoy la Clni-
ca San Fernando la seora
Marta Estella C. de Vallarlno.
Para Chltr
Parti para Chltr a pasar
una corta temporada la muy
bella seorita Sarita Ramirez,
a quien acompaa su herma-
na Beatriz. Las despedimos
cordialmente.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Nlita Cecilia del Carmen
Leche
en polv
VALLE
VERDE
If a *** **P*
cada vaso
es una fuente
9
de salud
Pollo y Fideos y Tomate y Vegetales
Sabrosa Econmica IS'utrittva
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Upton Frostee"
Ud. pueda ur Viz-ZAN-Df
coa satisfaccin y confianza,
porque nunca se desprenda.
Esta atractiva pintura no se
esparce ni endurece.
Adquiera boy la de tu matiz
predilecto.
Martnez.
Seora Julieta H. de Galln-
do.
Seora Ada A. de Paredes.
Seora Ayln l,ong.
Seorita Olo.-ia Arosemena
Lacayo.
Seorita Raquel Calvo Sucre.
seorita Leovlgllda Rivera.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Anallda V. de de
Roux.
Seora Dolores 8- de Pare-
des.
Seora .Gladys G. de Sim-
mons.
Seora Lolltin P.'de Boyd.
Seorita Clarita Arango F-
brega.
Dr. Juan J. Amado.
Seor Federico Brid.
Nio Augusto Boyd Paredes.
SU PELO
Para conjtnar su pelo ajeado, llrrsclc
''? p'OJIlfA. Piojina awa jr hermosea rl
rabtllo; aliria picaionea j erupciones lart;
n la cabeza y en el cuerpo; cicatriza am-
pollas y rajaduras en los pies, destruye para-
*"?!.7i.lM ""a r partes rellosaa. Compre
'lOJINA en su botica.
Sociales de Coln
for JUDITH UERTONC1NI
Tel 43Z Aptdo. 1004
Bodas Morales-Trevia .
Esta noche a las a, en la Ca-
tedral de la Inmaculada Con-
cepcin, unirn sus destinos con
el sagrado lazo del matrimonio,
la seorita Albertina Trevla
Lasso, hija de don Silvio Tre-
vla y Sra. doa Mercedes Lasso
de Trevla, y el caballero Carlos
Morales Lelort, hijo de don Car
los 8. Morales y seora doa
Emilia Lefort de Morales.
El vestido de la novia, una
bella creacin de encaje de
Chantllly en blanco perla, fue
perfeccionado por las artsticas
manos de doa Emilia de Mo-
rales, y el velo de tul ilusin,
por doa Margarita Diez de
Arias.
Los novios pasarn su luna
de miel en Boquete. Para ellos
nuestros deseos de dicha y
prosperidad.
Cocktail Party I
El Mayor Francisco Zambra-
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG"
talle a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA
e CURSOS DE OFICINISTA
-v*1 *&_ ESTENOGRAFA "GREGG"
flf JS\ MECANOGRAFA
T --\% INGLES e ORTOGRAFA
CONTABILIDAD ,
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
Dlrectora-Prop.
Abundante y tierno podo.
Ricos y dorados tallarinos.
SOPA DE POLLO CON TALLARINES
(ONDfNSnDA, WINII1 0OIUI EXIJA
m i < ir.N' t.
Para REGALOS
CYRNOS
APERTURA,
JUEVES 12
ORAN SURTIDO DE-
Cristalera Francesa Vajillas Francesas
Perfumes Discos Columbia Etc.
REGALOS NOVEDADES
Avenida Tivoli 16 Panam
FIESTA
desde el Hipdromo de JUAN FRANCO
EL PRIMERO....!
pdala
siempre!
sela
diario !
EN
VALLE
VERDE
Sabe mejor !
OS MI itiitfii
II IAPIZ UIIAl IE L MJCI IIHII4
Sl-l
ofrecer los resultados correctos ... !
en brindar novedad de transicin ... ,
en exponer a Ud. lo que est sucediendo ..
en no dejarse impresionar ...
con su narrador deportivo Eduardo Molino
Vn programa estelar en la radio favorita "
la U\ed Panamericana
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PAGINA SEIS
A PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO. ABRIL 1. 1951
HWB=
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentas o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
^b Ti all N*. 4
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
rar e i
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ait. 4 4. Jalla
TaL 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
Ara. MeMaaes ll,*M
TaL -Cala.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla 11 Oeste Na te
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Call* "B" Na. t7 r.naraa
Ata. Ceatral 12-171 Carta
SE VENDE
Miscelnea
APROVECH:atures y aiavaltaa
exrre brillantes a pruafea 4a i-eae.
B.3.25 ta'n. Almacene* Treaiaii-
SB VfNDIN:Clave., rufcer.. Beata,
cara aeaalaao, Fir-Tarn Icarta
ahla rai, lavamoaoi axcuiaaai. ate,
lea ara alai mi ba|aa a alema.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via Beaa-
Sa, Heaaaa a Juan Franca. TaL
S-I50J.
SE VENDE: Incubodoro elctrico.
Tal. 3-0255.
SE VENDE:Por viaje, gallinos fi-
nas, ponedoras, caratos, blancas. A
precio razonable. Pedregal carre-
tera Villalobos, Casa No. 7.
SE VENDE:Un lote de madero Ma-
ra, nuevo a buen precio. Avenida
Central 115.
Ofrceme* un lote de tubera elctrica
1". I Vi" y 2" a .0.23, B.0.37 y
B.0.49 el pie. Alambre de cobre
acorazado: No. 10 a B.107.00,
No. 8 o B. 117.00. No. a B.254.00
el millar de pies, respectivamente.
Draaucne Gomal** Sevilla Telfo-
nos: 2-31I 2-31 13 2-3116.
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SE VENDE: Maquino de perforar
Singar B/.200.00. Calle Mariano
Arosemena No. 60 abajo, Panom.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:O aa venda. Coto da
campo an Chorrera (El Cocol Tal.
3-0255.
S VINDECasa nueva da dos apar-
tamentos espaciosos da dos raci-
maras, en "SI Cangrejo" cerca i
Vo Espoo, B/.24.500. Tiene hipo-
teco B/.4.000. Excelente construc-
cin. ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
Fronte a la cantina "Gloria" de Sa-
banita vendo una casa mixta. Am-
plio terreno titulado, cercado. Pre-
cio de ocasin.
SE VENDE:Chalet de 3 recamaros
an Calle 39. B/. 18,750. Hipoteca
de B' 4.000. puede aumentarse
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
SE VENDE: Aborroterio, refres-
quera y carnicera "Casa Simn",
Ave. Central 202. Buena posicin
para comisariato.
GANGA: Chalet nuevo San Francisco,
ltimo estilo moderno, dos recima-
ras, dos porches, /los servicios, cer-
co Teatro Roosevelt. Patterson, Tel.
2-2346.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora comercial
para cantina o refresquera. Canti-
na Lo Taberna. 3 de Noviembre,
i 21 Este bis.
SS VENDEN:Clave*, acara a. re-
fuerza, tubera negra, lavaterie*,
aderse, ate., a laa mejore* ara-
ciat en alaste en la Constructora
Troaical, S. A. en el cernanse de la
carretera Traniatmice. Telefono*
3-1718 y 3-0226.
SI VENDEN:Pinturee la aceita y
de agua da la femaea marca
EVERSEAL. distribuidores exclusi-
vas en Panama, la Canstructara
Troaical. S. A. aa el cernanse de
la carretera Treniurmice, Telte-
no* 3-1711 y 3-0226.
SE VENDE:Planta elctrica Onan en
buenas condiciones de 2 kilowatts.
110 amperios, 60 ciclos, cotriente
alterno en B/.225.00. Tel. 2-1141.
SE VENDE:Pieas de segunda ma-
na para cualquier marca de carro.
Informes: Garage Casino, Avenida
Central 291.
SE VENDE:Skot-Thief, alarmo para
ladrones de corros nada ms B/.5.
No se preocupe por sus llantas y
corro. Radio Calidonia. Ave. Cen-
tral 126. Tel. 2-1326.
SE VENDE:Cerimica americona en
colores. Ca. Dulcidlo Gonzlez,
Fbrica de Mosaicos. Ave. Guba
No. 8.
VENTA DE EDIFICIOS
El Canal de Panam ofrece en venta
al meior postor los edificios nmeros
102-X en Balboa Heights; 412 y 600
en Ancn; 105 y 116 en Pedro Mi-
guel; 114. 1718 y 1720 en Crist-
bal; y 4008 en Camp Bierd. Se reci-
birn propuestas sellados en la ofici-
na del Supply y Service Director en
Balboa Heights hasta las 10:30 a.m.
del da 20 de Abril de 1951 cuando
se obririn en pblico. Los formularios
de propuesta con detalles completos
ridrn obtenerse en las oficinas del
u p p I y y Service Director y del
Housing Manogers en Balboa Heights,
Pedro Miguel, y Cristbal.
SE VENDE:Planta elctrico marco
Onan, A. C, 115 voltios, 3.000.
watts, 26.1 amperios, 60 ciclos, 1
fase, con orronqje automtico. Dos
cajos fuertes chicas de combina-
cin. Ventilador de oir con motor
de 1a de fuerza. Comprensor de
oir chico. Direccin: Mxico. Calle
Juon B. Soso No. 6.
SE VENDE:El Valle, dos lotes pla-
nos. Calle Llano Grande en frente,
Ro Antn al fondo, cercado, uno
12.000, otro 15,000 metros cua-
drado, por 20* M2. N. E. Rocker,
Apto. 373, Balboa Heights; Tel.
Balboa 2874 232.
SE VENDE:Por no poder atende/la
panadera nueva, mognfico punto
comercial Ro Abajo. Hornos gas,
ladrillo, maquinaria en general. Lo-
cal apropiado comisariato. Para
verla haya cita telfono 3-1560.
SE VENDEJardn Orgnico de Hor-
talzos 12 millas de Panam. 5 has.
irrigado con bastante agua todo
el ao. 1 has. pin, 2 has. en horta-
lizas. Cosa de concreto y bloques,
casita dormitorio y casa del dueo
en construccin. Comprador sigue
cosechando del primer mes para
mercados pidiendo los productos.
Equipado completamente con pick-
up truck, Rototiller, y Planet Jr.
troctores con arado, discos, hierba
cortadora, y otros herramientas, y
bomba de olto prasin. todos en
buenas condiciones. Treb o (Ador
puede socor su mversion de' cose-
chas en dos oos. Ocurra: Box 789
Balboa. Tel. Balboa 3679 despus
de 4:00 p.m.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITAEmpleada con refe-
rencias para oficios domsticos.
Ocurra a Via Espaa No. 118.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE NECESITA:Muchacho paro tra-
bajar en casa. Fort Gulick, Coln.
Llam aqu telfono 3-0387.
SE NECESITA:Empleada blanca con
buenas referencias y buenos moda-
les que tepo cocinar y planchar.
Chalet Carmencita. Calle 10o. y
Ave. 7a. Poitilla.
SE NECESITA:Carguera competen-
te para cuidar nia de 14 meses.
Via Espaa No. 106, A pto. 4,
frente a Pasadena.
MISCELNEA
Gana $ balboas mis diarias. Sirva
da agente. Na aa necesita esae-
riancia previa. Presente reeemea-
dacian busna conducta. Concurra:
Via Parra* 42-A, luna* 2 p.m.
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por al
trimestre vencido el 31 da Marzo
da 1951 deba ser pagada del pri-
mero al 16 de Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
gineer.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis deli-
cado o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN A6UACATINA
con oceite de oguocale. De venta
en los farmacias y en los buenos al-
macenes.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE NECESITA
General
GANGA! Juego muebles recmara
como nuevo moderno y tambin co-
mo nio. Calle 34 Este No. 7.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora kerosene
9 pies, magnficas condiciones.
B/. 100.00 Ingenio: Calle nueva
Domingo Da; No. 9. Entrada des-
pus de la Barriada Vista Hermosa.
SE VENDE:Un juago da recmoro
lujoso, perfectas condiciones, com-
puesto de 7 piezas: Estante 3 cuer-
pos, lineas por dentro. Tel. 3-0098.
SE VENDE:1 estufa de gas 4 fogo-
nes, I Radio R.C.A., I refrigera-
dora, juego de comedor. Todos
nuevos. Barriada Visto Termosa No
316.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moderno
sala comedor, dos recmaros, patio
garage B/.75.O0. Va Espefia, Ca-
lle Gerardo Ortega No. 3. Informes:
Apto. 4.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenido Central 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILAApartamento 2 reca-
maros. sala comedor B.60.00. Ave.
Porras 56. Llave apartamento 3,
Tel. 3-0841.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmaras, solo-co-
medor, balcn independiente, azo-
tea con lavaderos, B/.60 y B/.65.
Informes: C. Daz. Calle 25 Este y
Ave. Cubo No. 15, Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o con servicio y cocino. Apropia-
do para matrimonio sin nios. Tel
3-1221.
SE ALQUILA:Deportamento, 2 re-|
cmaras sala, comedor, cuarto em-
pleada. Edificio "Hispania." Calle
Colombia 3. Entrada independiente.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en resi-
dencia de concreto, salo comedor,
cocina, recmara, patio. B/.45.00
mensuales. La Pradera carretera Las
Sbanos. Tel. 3-2796 frente Esta-
cin Gasolina Porque Lefevie.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos de una
y dos recmaras. Tel. 3-0235. Ca-
lle 50 No. 23.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento en Ca-
lle T3, Vio Porras, San Francisco,
Casa No. 16. Tel. 3-2516.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos,
cada uno dos recmaras pequeo.s
cocina, servicios independientes,
Ave. 5o. No. 10, esquina Va Pa-
nam Viejo, B/.40.00. 3-1001.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o, solo-comedor, una recmara,
cocina, bao. Calle 36 Este No. I 1,
B/.50.00.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE ALQUILA:Un deportamento en1
Casa No. 10, Colla 10o.; uno en
No. 2 de Calle 10o.; uno en No.( 5
Avenida Lefevre. Diriase Antonio
Cossino. Oficina 3 de Nov. No. 1.
Tel. 2-0408.
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
res de club de muebles, con refe-
rencias. Mueblarle Tun (mueble
ganodo mueble entregado,* Aveni-
da Control 200.
SE NECESITAUn depsito para ma-
terial da construccin. Maduro.
Ave. Centrol 100. Tel. 2-2844...
SE NECESITA:Seorito poro trabajo
de oficina, debe saber mecanogra-
fo, sueldo modesto. Intil presen-
tarse sin recomendacin. Ave. B
No. 61. .
SE NECESITA:Residencia sin mue-
bles, dos o tres recmaras, ser-
vicio empleada en los Altos del
Golf. 3-2362.
SE NECESITA:Cajero bien parecido
con experiencia y muy buenos re-
ferencias. Intil presentarse sin es-
tos requisitos. Acuda en persona al
Mercado Modelo, Calle 29 Este y
Justo Arosemena. No llame por te-
lfono.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Perro "Walker hound"
grande entre tuberas y campo de
. tiro de Empire. Avise don Juon
Arosemeno. Tel. 3-3421.
SE ^ALQUILAUn "college" inde-
pendiente, moderno, amueblado de
una recmara. Va Belisario Porras
168.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet amueblado. 3
recmaras, 2 baos, garage, cuar-
to servicio, acabado de pintor. Ave.
Justo Arosemena No. 92. Telfono
3-3488. Panam.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Ford 1949, cuatro puer-
tas en perfecto estado. Para infor-
mes: Garage Casino, Ave. Central
291.
SE VENDE:Codillac 1949, Sedn
No. 62. recorrido 27.000 millas-
hydromotic, radio, llantas blancas,
asientos con covertores, color gris.
Precio B/.2,900.00. Se puede ver
Plaza 5 de Mayo No. 163.
AVISO
Nuestra Sucursal ha si-
do trasladada al Almacn
Principal situado en Calle
16 Este No. 4.
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Telfono 2-3335
LECCIONES
MSICA: Alumnos novatos, avonza-
dos y clsicos, aprendan a tocar
piezas prcticas de piano, jazz,
msica latinoamericana o clsica
en curso de 4 a 6 meses. Bennett,
Juan B. Sosa No. 9. Tel 2-1282.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local paro oficina,
arribo del Teatro Centra..
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ra oficinas locoies cntricos an los
altos da Avenida Central 44 o
precias medicos. Solicitan infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 v 10 can
favos.
SE ALQUILA:Local amplio, en edi-
ficio nuevo para tienda o comisa-
riato moderno. Dos locales chicos
pora oficina. Informes: C. Daz,
Calle 25 Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15.
Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Local an colla 3o.
No. 15. propio pora oficina o de-
psito, para informes llama tel-
fono 3-1 147.
SE ALQUILA:Un local muy amplio
de 400 metros cuadrados en ca-
lle 22 Oeste No. 3. Propio pora
taller, garage, depsito, etc. Para
informas Home telfono "3-1147.
Surtido completo de piatoraa
7 barnice
ISHRWIN- WILLIAMS
f-Mtm
i..
Aro. Mara* SJ Tal. 1-esie
aa No. 1TaL 1-1*14
HUMS
esK
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:En cosa de familia,
pieza con o sin muebles; a persona
con referencias. Bella Vista, Calla
45 No. 14.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
paro hombre. B/.6.00 por semana.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre, Casa 32.
SE ALQUILACuarto omueblado po-
ro caballero solo. Informacin: En-
trado la Crestb, ambo Caf la Cito,
Apto 2, por la maana.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en apartamen-
to. Ocurra: Ave. Nocional No. 75.
Sra. Fletcher.
SE ALQUILA:Pieza pora familia xm
nios. Calle 14 Oeste No. 51.
B/.30.O0. Informes: Avenida 'A"
No. 16.
los mejores en plaza . CARROS USADOS
los
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto algo escuro en
Calle 14 Oeste No. 51. B/.20.00.
Informes: Avenida "A" No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amueblado y
^er\.r o de oseo. Fresco, limpio. Pa-
ro her, bre solo. Calle Colombia No.
i. Apto. 5.
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BbSCA UD. UN CARRO USADO
EN BUENAS CONDICIONES
Y A PRECIO BAJO!
Tenemos el que I'd. NECESITA
al ALCANCE DE SU BOLSILLO.
Facilidades de pago
* Se aceptan cambios por cual-
quier carro nuevo NASH,
WILLYS, CROSLEY o PEU-
GEOT.
AGENCIAS NASH
A una cuadra del Cruce Tvoli
Telfono 2-1790
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ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
SILIPHANE
Un nuevo y mejor material
Impermeable fabricado por
los manufactureros de AQUE-
LLA para proteger pinturas
de cemento y alballera. Es
transparente e Invisible, fcil
de aplicar con brocha o re-
gadera de Jardn.
GEO. i*. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-0140.
. SHINGLE
rojo y verde...
. CLAVOS
corrientes con cabeza
y sin cabeza...
ALAMBRE
para puercos...
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tel. 2-3335
PANAMA
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
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
a La mis antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La do mayor stock.
SIEMPSK A SUS ORDENES
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "1" #4
TeL 2-1751
Sociales de Coln
litares en la Zona del Canal.
Esta fiesta fue prestigiada
con la presencia del Honorable
Cnsul del Ecuador en Coln,
seor don Herbert Toledano y
seora. Esta reunin social se
distingui por el. amplio esp-
ritu de confraternidad ameri-
cana y alegre camaradera en-
tre los presentes.
Felicitacin
El da 5 de los corrientes ce-
lebr sus natales' el joven Ro-
dolfo de Len M., aunque algo
tarde, le hacemos llegar nues-
tras ellictaclonea. *
Matrimonio Rivera-Peres
El. da 5 del presente mes
en la iglesia de Ancn unie-
ron sus destinos con el sagra-
do lazo del matrimonio, la se-
orita Laura Prez y el seor
Rafael Rivera. Esta Joven pa-
reja pasa su luna de miel en
Las Ventas, y fijar su resi-
dencia en Ja Zona del Canal.
Por este medio le hacemos
llegar a la pareja Rivera-Prez
nuestros votos muy sinceros por
la ventura conyugal.
En Noviembre del 1946, Manuel Ballis era detenido por la Po-
lica Secreta e investigado por el Fiscal Primero del Primer
Distrito Judicial, por la comisin de delitos contra las perso-
nas (aborto provocado). Ballis fu fichado por la Polica Se-
creta y de esa fecha data la fotografa que hoy publicamos.
Ballis fu acusado por Hilda Prez, auxiliar de la Secreta, de
prestarse para la comisin de ese delito.
Cumpleaos de maana
"Maana domingo festeja sus
natales el seor don Anbal
Galindo Ros. Con tal motivo o
felicitamos.
la libertad de prensa. Lamenta-
blemente, el ciudadano corrlen- |
te se preocupar poco por esto. [
Esto es un error trgico, porque i #1A Pea art Si RrVn
el principio de libertad de pren- Mf r UCIlU BTlLfJ
sa es una cuarta parte de lo'
medular de las cuatro libertades
Er las cuales la flor de los
ombres del mundo libre luch,
sangr y muri.
La independencia
ir a la reunin
WASHINGTON, abril 7. (UP)
El doctor Gilberto Concep-
cin de Gracia, anunci quo
presentar hoy a la delegac o i
de Estados Unidos a la Con-
ferencia de Cancilleres Ame -
canos un manifiesto sobre
independencia de Puerto Ric..
Concepcin de Gracia, Pres
dente del Partido Independe. -
TODOS APROVECHAN
/ EL VERANO PARA
PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TROPIDURA
Atencin esmerada
por expertos en pintara
TODO EN PINTURAS
ROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
' TRPICOS!
direccin del personal que de-
signe el Ministerio al efecto.
Para dar cumplimiento a esta
disposicin, los profesores del
Instituto de Verano que an
no hayan entregado los cues-
tionarios de exmenes, tendrn
un plazo mximo de dos (2i
das a partir de la fecha para
entregarlos a la Secretaria del
Instituto de Verano.
3o.Los alumnos a que se re-
cano Dan Acheson.
Agreg que la carta es una
Se Licin para que los Car. -
eres debatan la cuestin de a
independencia de Puerto Rico.
Se pide
cas no exteriorizadas que des-
de hace tiempo el Partido La-
borista viene haciendo a le i
frecuentes declaraciones de Mac
Arthur.
1 Gobierno
esto a pesar de que el informe
presentado por el Sr. Enrique
fiere este Resuelto, disponen de Linares Jr. evidencia que .ta
un plazo improrrogable hasta el
mircoles once-(ll) de este mes.
para comunicar a la Secretaria
del Instituto de Verano el lu-
gar escogido para presentar es-
tos exmenes.
BLUB DE B/. 2.50
Qavetero y ropero
moderno.
Cama de caoba, spring
corriente, colchn de
algodn.
Cama de hierro, spring
corriente, colchn de
algodn.
MUEBLERA TURN
Mueble Ganado...
Mueble Entregado.
haDido graves anomala en ia
direccin y manejo de esa ins-
titucin bancaria.
El Gobierno Nacional intere-
sada en todas las cuestiones um
carcter nacional est dispues-
to, en forma patritica a coo-
perar como lo ha venido ha-
ciendo desde el mes de uiciem-
! dida* conducentes para que los. bre de, tfm pamto pa na
| cuestionarlos de examenes lie-| todas Us instituciones de cre-
4a.Ls Secretara del Instl-
' tuto de Verano tomar las nie-
guen oportunamente a la Ins-
peccin Provincial de Educa-
cin respectiva.
dito gocen de la coni lanza del
pblico.
2.Qu medidas piensa to-
mar ei rgano Ejecutivo para
evitar el alza de los artculos
de primera necesidad?
Severas y drsticas medidas
sern auopiadas por r\ rgano
ejecutivo para evitar el aikas
lUjustincaba de !*>.. arui.u>os
de urgente con .un aiar.o.
La comisin ue Cun.roi ila
Precios, ivaciuubiintn.o y nuas-
ESPECIAL...
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Rifles Automticos
Calibre 22
H ti R
ft tu AwMACE^ gLg"t>3
aa faSiOja*
El Ministro de Educacin,
en representacin del rgano
Ejecutivo.
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que segn lo estableci-
do en el Articulo 18 -del De-
creto No. 382 del presente ao,
el Ministerio de Educacin est
facultado para escoger la sede | tos "es" e, mt+uto*m*~uU _
de la Secretara del Instituto Uo encargkuu ue refutar iuS
d* Verano; ; p.cciu.s ue . ai.icuius ue ...-
2o.Que por Resuelto No. 90 mera necesiuau y ya ua dicta-
de hoy, se ha dispuesto que' Uo su pr.nu... resolucin en
los examenes finales de los a- e*e senuuo.
himnos del Insttiuto de Verano U tjecui.vo e>ta dispuesto a
tendrn lugar en la semana sa..<^. .Mr, uu cuuititi|>iacione!>, .
comprendida entre el lunes 16 a i>,uus ios cicmenios antiso-
y el sbado 21 del presente ustais jfctw, ac-paranoo los ai- .
mes; ..ci"^ ue primera necesidad,
So.Que para facilitar este se lian aeicauo a toda cme
trabajo es conveniente trasl?- ue especulaciones. Los comer-
dar temporalmente a las Of i- u*nies que operen sus neg-
cias del Ministerio de Edu- nos a base ue una gauanc.a
clon, la Secretaria de b Ins- razonable y justa recioiran el
tltucln arriba mencionada.
RESUELVE:
Articulo nico: Trasldase
temporalmente la Secretarla del
Instituto de Verano a las ofi-
cinas del Ministerio de Educa-
cin, a partir de la fecha.
Modesto Salamin.
El Srio. del Ministerio.
Julio F. Barba G.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
TeL 3-1503
Slido frente
a travs del roo Hantan. Las
tropas de la Naciones Unidas
avanzaban cautelosamente, te-
miendo caer en una trampa
comunista.
Las tropas aliadas se estn'
acercando oco a poco al trin-
gulo Yonchon-Pyongyan-Hwa-
chon. en donde el comando ro-
jo est concentrando tropas pa-
ra la gran contraofensiva..
los elementos de otra/ dos
divisiones de las Naciones Uni-
das cruzaron el Paralelo, su-
biendo con esto el nmero de
divisiones aliadas que han cru-
zsdo el Paralelo a diez
Un poco ms adelante de las, .
divisiones alie das que se en- mente tolerante ante las cri-
tica* procaces malignas ae
los auversarios de la autaal
Administracin, pero no per-
mitir la intromisin ae max
mentos extranjeros en la po-
ltica interna y tualqun. a-
tillo antipanameo por enos
recibir la rotuno
cuentran en Corea del Norte,
los rojos se han atrincherado
en una lnea en las montaas,
la cual se extiende desde Hwa-
chon a Inje.
Las comunistas todava do-
minaban un bolsn al Sur del i
una
?rrdu?rs.Vtnea hlfr.sV'ai"'" S ^ST^JS^
.*r.^ n. v,.? fLJ wi Pnameos debemos discutir y
pesada para desalojar a los co- !!'". n
munlstas. '
En el sector noroeste de Co-
rsa, noventa aviones comunis-
tas y aliados se enfrascaron en
una batalla area, la ms gran-
de en toda la guerra de Corea.
Por lo menos dos aviones co-
munistas fueron averiados y el
resto busc refugio detrs de la
frontera de Manchuria.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas

^1 Lunes se an i^l.
los periodistas brasileos en 0Wla,an leClla
Washington que se adhirieron int.rpses de i Fri.ir-.rin n
al acto del Club de Prensa Na-1 S Educacin Na-
cional diciendo que 'expresan i'
loss entimlentos del periodismo RESUELVE-
^nef nl'wwl**1*! ^ren" l0Je la emana com- u,
Se r?.m a?."! eterno ( prendida entre el lunes diez y lista de Puerlo Rico, declaro s
Vn wS.ni .'i r,K. ^ sels (16) y el sabado veintiuno la Prensa Unida que l prep -
Howard PvU orHpn ?,?b1.nhad0r' ,21) del Puente mes. para i r el manifiesto en forma c*
dera riel si arto ri a^lf, ^" *>ue se verifiquen-los examene.v1 carta de ocho pginas si fe--!
rf izada ma, it"* fueJ lnaIes de los alumnos del Ins- cretarlo de Estado norteamer.-
' "aa a mema asta en elirirntn rf v.mnn
edificio estatal en seal de due- utut0 de Verano-
lo por la clausura de La Pren-1 2o.Los exmenes de que
sa- i '..... trata el Artculo anterior sern
Pyle declaro "La muerte de presentados en las respectivas
La Prensa es un brutal golpe a capitales de provincias bajo la
mas amplio respaldo de la ac-
tual Aummistracion.
3.Cual es la posicin del
GoDierno. la libre expresin ael
pensamiento y la noert.au ae
prensa?
Inspnado en los ms since-
ros principios democrticos f
respe.uosos ae las Ubertadts
puDiicas mi Gobierno ofrecer
.ouas las garantas a la pren-
sa en general para la iiore ex-
presin del pensamiento. Nin-
.una empresa periodstica o
taual legalmente establecida,
que opere dentro de tas aispo-
Mtion, s vigentes ser estoroa-
aa en cuanto a su funciona-
miento. L,os escritos daamato-
rios e injuriosos acarrearn a
sus autores las responsabinua-
des consiguientes, uebe tener-
se presente que en ninguna
tpoca de nuestra historia ia
Kepubiica ha presenciauo m.i-
\or libertad de expresin que
en muchos casos na degenera-
do en liMrunaje que soio cou-
oucc al ue^prestigio nacional.
Creemos Interpretar asi el sen-
timiento de la ciudadana y de
expresin.
El Oooierno ha sido suma-



V
RAPADO. ABRIT 7 !*S
I PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIET
Arregladas lian Los Detalles Para
Maana El VIH Campeonato Nal. De Baseball
Inicar LOS MEJORES ATLETAS PARTICIPARAN
MAANA EN EL TORNEO DE PISTA Y CAMPO
El luchador Friedmayedbe premio de la fl fnvm ^j,
90 a las 10 a.m. en el
Estadio de Chitr
CHITHE, Abril 7Todos loa
detalles y arreglos para I Octa-
vo Campeonato Nacional de i*a-
seball Nacional de Baseball Ama
teur se encuentran consultados
y arreglados, asi como est Us-
, to el Programa de la Inaugura-
clon que comentar maana a
las 10 de la maana en 1 Es-
tadio Rico Cedeo de esta do-
dad. .
El Comit Organiaador ha es-
tado laborando activamente y
es satisfactorio 1 trabajo que
nan realizado en tan poco tiem-
po
El equipo de la Polica de la Zona y
la Seleccin de la Liga Comercial de
Softball jugarn el Martes en Sta. Rita
La Liga Comercial de Soft- res jugadores de esta Justa con-
ball celebrar un interesante : tra los potentes toleteros de la
juego entre el equipo de Soft- Polica de la Zona, entre los
ball de la Polica de la Zona del cuales se encuentran algunos
Canal y una seleccin de esa Ll-1 peloteros conocidos de la afi-
ga el Martes 10 a las ocho de la clon.
noche en el diamante de Santa
Rita.
Se espera una gran concu-
rrencia a ate partido en que
se vern en accin a los mejor
Es notorio el entusiasmo que
ha despertado este partido que
ser el primero de una serle de
Juegos extras que presentar la
Liga.
Tendr lugar en el
Estadio Olmpico
Maana se efectuar el espe-
rado Torneo de Pista y Campo
en el Estadio Olmpico con la
participacin de loa mejores
atletas de (a Zona del Canal, Co
ln, Interior y Panam.
El Concurso comenzar a las 8
y 30 a.m. en el Estadio Olmpi-
co y se presentarn eventos pa-
ra damas y hombres.
Es visible el entusiasmo e in-
ters por este torneo sue pro-
mete resultar completamente
satisfactorio.
s
Malcolm renunci al Seleccionado de base ?
ball y se escogi en su lugar a Delisser;
El seor Otto Haengel, en representacin de ,LAJ,0Y*
CASA SPORT", hace entrega de un hermoso reloj de pulsera
al luchador panameo LUIS FRIEDMAN, como premio de 1*
mencionada joyera, al gran deportista que obtuov el tercer
puest oen los Juegos Pan-Americanos celebrados en Buenos
Aires.
doy se espera a la mayora de
las Delegaciones, o sean las de'
Bocas del Toro, Panama, Coln,;
Chiriqui, Veraguas, y Cocl; las
de Los Santos y Herrera estn
listas para cumplir sus compre- El domingo IB de Abril co-
misos, menzar el Campeonato abierto
Numerosos deportistas y afl- de Tenis del Istmo bajo la di-
El Campeonato de Tenis del Istmo
se inaugurar el Dominga 15 de Abril
Ex-pelotero de
la Liga Nacional
en el ejrcito
cionados estn llegando a esta
VIRGINIA, Abril 5 Tres ex-peloteros de la Liga Z%2
Nacional Iniciaron ayer una r~P JL
nueva clase de "adiestramiento '
de la primavera"un entrena-
t* miento bsico de 14 semanas
con la Infantera de los Estados
Unidos. 2,. carrera
El torpedero Danny O'Connel l-Torcaza
h de los Piratas, lanzador Johnny 2-Romntico
Programa de carreras ** y
para el Domingo
la. carrera "E" Nals. 1 Milla
1Recodo C. Tuftn 114
2La Espaola A. Enrique 103x
3Don Joaqun G. Snchez 106
4Golden Babe V. Castillo 115
Volador Jos Rodrguez M0
R. Trejos 110
A. Mena 104x
8Don Sizzle K. Flores 112
9La Suerte A. Vsquez 108x
10-Hrcules O. Grael 112
mo He se aprecia en todos loa
lugares.
En resumidas cuentas todo es-
t listo y solamente se est es-
perando el momento de iniciar
la contienda.
Social Deportiva
Felicitamos al deportista JOR-
GE O. IVALDi que ajusta en es-
ta (echa un ao ms de vida.
reccln de la Comisin Nacional
de este deporte.
Los.Juegos de apertura ten-
drn lugar en la cancha de la
Piscina Olmpica en las horas
de la maana y participarn
destacada figuras de esta acti-
vidad.
Estar en disputa el bello
Trofeo Slaztngers.
Las Inscripciones estn abier-
tas y se pueden entregar en la
Oficina de la Piscina Olmpica
o donde Halman e Hijos; que-
darn cerradas el Jueves 12.
Estadstica de Jinetes de Juan Franco
Nombre
Jos Bravo.
V. Ortega 114
J. cadogen 120
"Fl* 'Nals. 7 Fgs.
E. Corcho l04x
j. Baeza Jr. 115x
E. Alfaro 118x
Estoy R. Ycaza 97x
"E" Nals. 1 Milla
A. Enrique 10
V. Castillo 110
AntSS.lT'TlbniZ TeTre- -Pajarito CChong mx
ceptor Sam Calderone de los, 4-Hoy es e 1 Da M.
Gigantes hicieron loa primeros;^""A.'i"'
ejercicios en el ejrcito conjun- 6-Domin)
tamente con otros quinientos re- ^ cmrrer|l
chitas. 1Miranda
Los tres esperan tener la opor 2?i Mnnn
ktunldad de Jugar con el equipo >*- { "
de bisbol del Fuerte Meyer, pe- 2~Yqu ^to
l ro el capitn O a. Stone co- J^an Huln^o T Chunl 112x
mandante de su compaa dijo 6Bfalo R. Trejos 103
"Por lo que a nosotros respecta I DU""" _____
ellos son soldados primero y rm_rerm .
peloteros despus. Por supuesto ^Jo,
si quieren jugar pelota en tu ^
tiempo Ubre, magnifico". 3_Opex
4Tapicero
15Raymond
6Cacique
7Hechicera
8Danubio
9La Plvora
10-Exlto
Tot. Fue. Sumas
Mont le. 2o. 3o. Plat. Ganadas Pct.
106 31Vi 22>/2 16 36 13.090.00 30%
74 26 16 10 22 12.320.00 35%
86 .vi y 17 38 6,895.00 18%
89 IS IS 14 57 5,780.00 15%
114 13 21 10 11 18y2 61 & 5.901.25 11%
50 7 22 4,530.00 20%
68 10 8 7 43 4,000.00 14%
41, 9 6 0 17 3,805.00 22%
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
CLUB DEP. PACIFICO
Pide a los Jugadores de ftbol
la asistencia a la prctica de
maana domingo a las 9 am. en
el Estadio Olmpico, donde tam-
bin se trataran otros asuntos
relacionados con los equipos qel
club.
F2" Nato. 6>/s Fgs.
A. Mena 109x
E. Silvera 100
B. Agulrre 110
J. Baeza Jr. 104x
V. Ortega 120
Jos Rodrgz. 112
K. Flores 120
J. Samaniego 120
A. Enrique 97x
R. Trejos 105
Deportivo "AZTECA", siendo uno I Bolvar Moreno.
de sus socios fundadores, tam- Rogelio Trejos.
bln es miembro de- la Juventud Esteban Silvera.
Luchadora de Chame. | Virgilio Castillo.
Ivaldi ofrecer a sus amista- Jorge Phillips..... 68
des un agasajo en su residen- Federico Jaramlllo. 41,
cia a las 6.00 p.m. ''---------------""
El campen charles Colombia Piensa Afiliarse a
defender su ltalo [a Confederacin De Base Del
frente a Joe Maxim ., r -. f ,
Caribe y Ser La Pxma. Sede
BOXEO AMATEUR
La Comisin cita para esta
tarde a las 4.30 en el Gimnasio
INacional a los siguientes pgi-
les: Chico Anderson, Luis Ro-
sa, carrera "C" Nals. 1 Milla
1Baby Rol E. Alfaro I19x
2Amazona E. Silvera 106
3Grito y Plata B. Agulrre 112 ..
4Lollto G. Snchez 122
5Protn R. Ycaza 113x
6a. carrera '"*B" Imp. 1 1-8 M.
1Mariscante Jos Rdgz. 110
: cnico Anaeriwn wiw """! 2-Rathlin Light R. Ycaza 113r
driguez, Luis Garca, Vctor As- 3_p Apo]io b. Moreno 110
orilla. Alberto Tem, Totl EUas, ^_Newminster E. Silvera 105
A. Enreme 97x
A. Phillips 122
4Newminster
tHualro
Dictador
7a. carrera "H" Imp. 1 1-8 M.
iKlldare M. Zeballos 112
2Breeze Bound B. Moreno 114
3Charlemont V. Ortega 118
4_Nava1o Trail C. Chvez 10Ix
5Gay Ariel J. Baeza Jr. 113x
6Charles S A. Mena 105x
7Betn G. Prescott 120
G. Vlarreal Al Ot, Luis Daz
Roberto Daz.
-----.--------------------------
No ha cambiado
I la situacin en
el Ftbol
MADRID, 5 de Abril -
Jules Rlmet. Presidente de la
[- FIFA, dijo que en la reciente
i' reunin no se acord nada nue-14own Power
vo con respecto a que los equi-, ?sNehuinco
pos de ftbol convengan en no 6cobrador
contratar Jugadores extranjeros, 7_N11inskv Jos Rodriguez 105
I sin antes pagar al conjunto a RCantaclaro V. Castillo 120
que pertenezcan y que por lo 9_Delhl C. Chvez 107x
tanto la .situacin no ha cam- -------
blado o *Sa que si el Jugador ^ carrern i* imn. 6>4 Fgs
esta Ubre, cuanto necesita para i_Armeno J. Cadogen 114
aceptar la propuesta de un con- n_AraDe T1 q Snchez 113
Junto de cualquier otro pas es,o_Rirting Ea?t T. n-* mango. H"
pedir permiso a la Federacin <_Aifonsito R. Ycaza 107x
de su patria. r.otillon Jos Rodrguez 108
En caso de que el jugador sea r. .Rrdulno A. VsWlvla 110
Sa. carrera
1Paragon
'Fright )
? Blido
"E" Imo. 7 Fgs.
A. Mena 103x
A. Enrique 109x
V. Ortega 120
B. Moreno 114
R .Vsquez 108
E. Corcho 105x
0
CHICAGO, Abril 7 (UP)
Ezzard Charles Campen Mun-
dial de peso pesado, firm en
esta ciudad para defender por
octava vez su cetro el 30 de
Mayo, frente al campen semi-
pesado Joe Maxim.
Asegur Charlea que saldr
triunfante, ya que ha vencido
tres veces al retador, que consi-
dera es muy viejo para suceder-
le.
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZN)
El Campeonato de la Liga In-
terna de la Fuerza y Luz con-
tina esta tarde con el juego
Distribucin vs Planta, Garage
y Almacn; alternado con el
So
Una noticia aparecida en El
Tiempo de Bogota informa sobre
la posible afiliacin de Colom-
bia a la Confederacin de base
ball del Caribe y su decisin de
aceptar la sed* de la prxima
Serie del Caribe.
La crnica es de bastante in-
ters y por t*l motivo la repro-
ducimos a continuacin:
Declaraciones formuladas por
ersonas conectada oon el beis
_j1 profesional, manifiestan que
la liga panamea acaba de de-
clinar la Sede para efectuar la
Cuarta Serle de Bisbol Pro-
fesional del Caribe, la cual de-
bera llevarse a cabo en el pr-
ximo afto en Panam, debido a
su excesiva en U8$ 70.000. lo
que en si es motivo principal
para el disentimiento. Los direc-
tivos de la entidad beisbolera
rentada del Istmo se mostraron
hasta el ltimo instante Incli-
nados a realizar la competen-
cia en mencin, pero declinar el
Red Ruffing
ha sustituido
a Al Simmons
CLEVELAND, Abril 7 (UP)
Los Indios nombraron al ex-
lanzador de los Yanquis Red
Ruffing, sucesor de Al Simmons,
como adiestrador de la novena,
a pesar de que el Oerente Gene-
ral de Cleveland Hank Green-
berg, ha declarado que la situa-
cin exacta de Simmons esta en
el tapete.
El manager Al Lpez anun-
ci que Ar Slmmoa renunci
"por enfermedad" pero el ex-
campen bate de la Liga Ameri-
cana Inmediatamente dijo en
Houston, Texas, que solamente
habla solicitado licencia.
Lpez, dijo "en lo que a mi
respecta Simmons renuncia" y
Oreenberg declar "Simmons
Indudablemente esta enfermo y
Ruffing lo sustituye".
La Cervecera le gan
anoche al Control por
6 a 4 en la Comercial
El equipo de la Cervecera se
impuso anoche al Control del
Comejn por 6 carreras a 4 en
la continuacin de la justa de
softball de la Liga Comercial.
Los ganadores pegaron siete
lncogibes y los perdedores cin-
co.
Antonio Lewis fu el lanzador
ganador y O. Gonzlez carg
con la derrota.
La contienda ofrece esta no-
che en Santa Rita el Juego Ist-
meos vs Vidrieras Prez.
fu rechazada por la Liga por
considerrsele muy dbil que-
dando en poder del Seor repre-
sentante la suma equivalente
para la inscripcin y compra da
tiles, que le fu entregada por
el seor Alfredo Alemn como
Jefe de propaganda de la Cer-
vecerla.d lcho seor se dirigi
a la Federacin en reclamo da
lo sucedido.
En una ocasin el mismo se-
or Representante envolvi en
un escndalo al Jefe de Edu-
cacin Fsica Lie. Manuel Roy,
leccin pierde una gran- unidad al firmar en nombre del D.E.F,
de valor en dicho Jugador. el retiro de unos uniformes en
F. Malcolms agradece a los' uno de los almacenes de la lo-
dirigentes de la Liga Provincial; calidad.
por la manera como fu tratado 1
durante la temporada y por ser j La Liga Provincial de Baseball
escogido como Jugador regular 1 Amateur presidida por Ramn
Felipe Malcoms, campen ba-
te de la Liga Provincial de Ba-
se Ball Amateur de Panam, re-
nunci su puesto como Jugador
de la Seleccin de Panam al
VIII Campeonato Interprovln-
clal de Base-Ball Amateur que
se escenificar en Chitr por
impedrselo su trabajo.
Chilla Zamora director del
equipo escogi inmediatamente
al nico suplente que asista
a las prcticas de la Seleccin,
IBALDO DELLISER para llenar
la vacante de Malcolms; la Se-
de la Seleccin.
Por otra parte la Federacin
oracional de Base-ball Amateur
de Panam, pedir a la Cerve-
cera Nacional S.A., poder, pa-
ra seguir Juicio a un represen-
tante por retener Indebidamen-
te B.175.00 de dicha empresa
para la formacin de una nove-
na de Baseball que participara
en la Liga provincial de Base
ball Amateur de Panam.
Como es del conocimiento ge-
neral, la novena Cervecera Jr.
Gil Prez, declar al mismo se-
or y por las mismas tcticas
en aos anteriores "Persona
Non Grata".
El Doctor Ernesto Zubleta do-
nar en su nombre personal un
botiqun completo al Comit Or-
ganizador del VIII Campeona
10 Nacional de Baseball Ama-
teur.
Gestos como stos deben de
ser imitados por los dems gale-
nos panameos en beneficio del
deporte (Nacional.
Istmeos y Vidrieras se enfrentarn
esta noche en el softball comercial
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Softball Comercial)
G. P.
Fiduciario.......... { 2
Montesuma .......... i 2
Duran ................. 5 2
Cerrud ............. 5 2
Packard............. 4 4
Radio Bush ......... 3 3
Cervecera ......... 3 4
Control del Comejn S 4
Vidriera Peres ........ 2 4
Istmeos-----......... X 4
Hudson ............ 2 5
BUR. .................. 1 4
i en el cuadro de Santa Rita el
1 partido entre I8TMEOS y VI-
I DRIERA8 PEREZ.
"'' I Ambos conjuntos buscarn ala
'\5 I i*nc del BruP e retaguardia
'2 ir y por lo acoplado de sus lineas
Jj* se espera un reido encuentro.
2*2 El Lunes jugarn BUR
fJJ' Control del Comejn.
.5vt i --------------j------------------------------,
.428
.428
.333
.333
.216
.2M
*.
El ftbol de Chorrera
f------------------* --------------Z ,-----m Vil CU IIWIIVIW,!. J#WW WWW...... --
Juego que presenta la Liga, honor que se les otorg en la
guente ao, Puerto Rico fu es-
cenarlo de la segunda serle, ha- ;
biendo obtenido el titulo er Car- |
ta Vieja, de Panam y final-
mente, hace pocas semanas, se!
realiz la tercera serle en Ve-
^!^.ics^']toM para maana
presentatlvo de Puerto Rico, el L_ Ml,
de 2 atractivos partidos
subcontratado los equipos com-
prendidos en la negociacin tie-
nen qu efectuar negociaciones
habituales entre ellos para de-
Jar disponible al Jugador que
usualmente de acuerdo con la
suma determinada a pagar co-
no compensacin al equipo a
rue el jugador del casop erte-
nez.
i No Oye Bien
Miles de hombre y mujeres qua
m podan or bien y qu* mi.m
emil Mrffui Sebillo a catarro en el
lo, ahora catan haciendo la afor-
uMSa aaacubUrta de SPANTEX.
Muchoa dTren qua ahora pueden or
I tic tac de un reloj a una latanrl
10 meiroa. CoiVipre SPANTKX es
aa farmacia hoy miao. v* I*
acaro se eatlmola or bien.
Jamones
' mportados
PEK
KRAKL'S
DREWS
los ofrece*
COMISARIATO
TACAROPULOS
Tel. 1000 Coln.
7-Milros
K Flores 114
10a. carrera "D" Nal*. T F
iCnsablnnca A. Mena 103x
?Bagaleo K. Flores 120
3Mr Espinosa O. Sncbes 1J3
*Hiiaeual V. Castillo ll
KFulmine C Teleslas 10
1B. Tardes Jos Rodrgz. 108
Nals. m Fa.
lia. carrera "C"
7luck Ahead
3Elona M Zeballos l in
4_R hoo* Jr. R. Vsoue 107
*_Wbite Fleet O. Prescott 110
6Batn J. Samaniego 134
Interna de Softball entre los
equipos Empalmadores vs Dis-
tribucin, comenzando a las 2
p.m. en el diamante del campo
deportivo de Paitilla.
Debido a la copiosa lluvia que
cay el jueves en la maana y
al momento de iniciarse las ac-
tividades del juego de Softball,
ste se pospuso para celebrarse
hoy, teniendo en esta forma do-
ble compromiso los muchachos
Distribuidores: esperando salir
airosos por las buenas presen-
taciones que harn.
En el primer juego de la Se-
gunda vuelta de la Liga Inter-
na de Softball, la novena Ofici-
na General venci a los Inge-
nieros de Telfonos Automticos
[lor 5 carreras a 1. Se not a
as claras que ambos conjuntos
tep resentaron mucho ms aco-
plados y mejorados, resultando
por ello un buen partido.
L03 Oficiinstas solamente ano-
taron sus 5 carreras en la pri-
mera entrada, porque de all en
adelante el lanzador Carrillo no
les dl ms libertades, respal-
dado brillantemente por su cua-
dro, permitiendo 8 lncogibes.
En tanto que Chanelo Santa-
mara lanzo una buena pelota
en toda la distancia, permitien-
todo lo largo de la Justa.
LO PODRA HACER COLOMBIA
Aunque parezca raro, la Liga
Colombiana de Bisbol Profesio-
nal podra llevar a cabo el even-
to en mencin. Para ello slo se
necesita que nuestro pais se afi-
le a la Confederacin del Caribe
cuya cuota de afiliacin pa-
rece que es de unos US$ 12.000.
Despus de afiliada Colombia, se
podra lograr la sede, Invocando
entre otros cosas el hecho de
que tres de los cuatro pases
que la forman actualmente, a
excepcin hecha de Panam, la
han llevado a cabo. Por otra
parte, creemos que la confede-
racin aceptarla la solicitud de
afiliacin por tratarse de un
nuevo miembro que reforzara
la Institucin automticamente.
Por lo que hace a los benefl-
L contienda del Softball Co-
merclal seala aara esta noche
be. lo
ped Panamericana
'fene los me'ores
A. Mena io*x : 0 4 aislados lncogibes. anotan-
do los Ingenieros su nica ca-
rrera ea al emrto episodio a
caos* de dos pifias que cometi
d cuadro en este acto.
M:pTf ii- a-sa. al Cam-
peonato v * prosigue
con el taem.. * ^a oorenas
Planta SssetrtM ra Oarage y
T**'
a
Cuando
los nios
sft^rntm
Nada que tomar. Krerlai VapoRusv
Acta cono cataplasma, mkntraa
ata vapora marl ifi na ira alivian las
via* respiratorias.
VickVapoRub
segunda serte, efectuada en
Puerto Rico.
LA NOTICIA EN CUBA
Noticias procedentes de La
Habana, por otra parte, dan a
saber que la capital cubana ha j cios que" le podra proporcionar
recibido la noticia y que la Liga 1 B nuestra pelota profesional, es-
Profesional cubana se encuentra | tan entre otros el hecho de en-
adelantando las gestiones con- 1 inr a figurar, por lo menos en
ducentes a obtener de la cofede- cj Bisbol Organizado del Carl-
racln de Bisbol profesional del
Caribe, la Sede de la Cuarta Se-
rle.
QUE PAS LA ORGANIZARA
Planteado el problema de esta
manera, no
momento a
ser el pais que organizar el
evento en mencin. Como se
sabe, en el ao de 1948 se fun-
d la confederacin del bisbol
profesional del Caribe, Integra-
da por cuatro pases a saber:
Panam, Cuba, Puerto Rico y
Venezuela. La fundacin de la'
entidad se debi al deseo de los
cuatro pases a saber: panam.'i,
Cuba, Puerto Rico y Venezuela,
en formar una competencia |
anualmente, con el objeto de
conseguir por todos los medios
posibles un mejor acercamiento
y conocimiento beisbolero. Se
acord, y lo dicen sus estatutos,
que el equipo representante de
cada miembro de la confedera-
cin seria el club campen del
torneo oficial,y que no seria ne-
cesario que el team estuviera
integrado a base de Jugadores
puramente "criollos". La prime-
ra serie tuvo lugar en Cuba, y
se clasific campen el gran
Almendares en el 48, En el sl-
La Liga de Ftbol de La Cho-
rrera ofrecer maana dos inte-
resantes partidos en el Campo
Matuna.
En el circuito menor se medi-
rn a las 10.00 los oncenos Ar- j
gentlna Jr. vs Balboa.
En el circuito mayor, choca-,
rn Argentina vs Polica Nacio-
nal a las 3.30 de la tarde.
Los equipos participantes se
encuentran bien entrenados por
lo cual se espera dos partidos
reidos.
Pop su participacin
en la XI Serie nuestro
bisbol recibe B.509
una solucin ms fcil para lle-
var a cabo serles por los pases
de las Antillas y de paso dar a
conocer, ya con mejores bases,
se sabe hasta el ja calidad de nuestra pelota.
ciencia cierta cul _----------------------------------
m 1
non las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jnegos de SANTA RITA.
Arturo Illueca, Presidente de
la Federacin Nacional de Base
ball de Panam, recibi del Co-
mit Organizador de la XI Serle
Mundial de Base Amateur que
se escenific en Managua, Nica-
que dara oportunidad a ragua, la suma de B.509.99 como
El Mike triunf
anoche y empat el
comando en bolos
EL ACTUAL ESTADO DE LOS
EQUIPOS ES EL SIGUIENTE
Mike................ ti 18 .383
I. Selecta ........... 81 15 .583
Martins ............. 20 16 .558
Entrometidos ....... 17 15 .531
Tropical .......... 16 16 .500
Royal ............... 15 17 .469
C. Vieja................ 15 17 .469
Pinocho ............. 16 20 .444
Balboa .............. 11 81 .344
El Casa Mlke empat con la
Importadora Selecta el primer
puesto del torneo de bolos caf
Duran al vencer anoche a los
Narizones del Pinocho 3 a 1 des-
tacndose Mlke Maduro hacien-
do serle de 592 con un juego
de 205. La puntuacin indivi-
dual fu la siguiente:
George Fazio est
a la cabeza de un
lomeo de golf
AUGUSTA, Georgia. Abril 7
(UP))Juan Segura, de Buenos
Aires se situ en el sptimo lu-
gar en el campeonato abierto da
golf de los Estados Unidos con
72 puntos al hacer 37 o sea uno
sobre par de Ida y 35 uno bajo
par de vuelta.
George Fazio con 35 y 33 sa
puso a la cabeza del campeona-
to con 68. puntos. El argentino
Roberto De Vlcenzo que de Id
hizo 34, perdi terreno de vuel-
ta al hacer 41 anotndose 75. Ls>
actuacin de Vlncenzo fu la.
mejor en ida en cuanto a bri-
llantez. Dick Mayer y Sam
Snead tambin hicieron 34 da
ida. De vuelta los mejores fue-
ron Fazio y Lloyd Mangrum con
33
Los lugares primeros los ocu-
pan Fazio primero, Snead y
Mangrum empatados en 69 ea
el segundo lugar y tercero, Ben
Hogan cuarto con 70.
Barba
Grlmaldo
Menasche
Acrlch
Brln "
PINOCHO
173 137
156
161
180
139
157
128
146
126
157
124
134
138
184
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los cidos
7
423
464
449
Handicap
809
27
694
27
737 2240
27 81
836 721 764 2321
dividendo de las entradas, por
nuestra participacin en la Se-
rle- ., ,
Dicha suma esta en poder de
la Federacin, por gestiones rea-
lizadas en Nicaragua, despus
de varios contratiempos por la
Seorita Josefina Oller, Secreta-
rla encargada de nuestra Emba-
jada en Nicaragua.
La Federacin despus de a-
probar los gastos hechos por la
seorita Oller, agradeci sus ser-
vicios, envindole una carta al
respecto.
Salud con
SAL HEPTICA!
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
TH BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.S.O.P. NAPOLEON
Maduro
Arias
De Jann
Arango
Herman
CASA MIKE
188 205
158
176
148
149
137
142
148
188
199
189
169
148
184
592
484
487
444
521
819 820 889 2528
Juego del Lunes: T. TROPI-
CAL vs B. EXPRESS.
SI ouaipo humano a* Saaaae al
azceao da Acldoa y deaperdlcloa vana-
noaoa da la aancra, por madlo da loa
nuava mlllonaa da diminutos tuboa o
flltroa da loa rlflonaa. 81 aatoa vanenoa
da loa rlflonea o la vajtas lo nacen
aufrlr coa lavantadaa nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolores da piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolores de laa coyunturas,
acides o ardor en los conductos, de-
bido a la aaeaaldad da aatlinulanta
diurtico, prueba Cyetax.
Deshgase del acido drlco y loa
venenos con la receta mdica llamada
Cyatex. que ea un diurtico aatlmu-
lante da los rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejiga y
vfae urinarias an eitado da acides.
Cyatex aatlefaceri a usted completa-
manta y aerA la medicina qua niteS
aaceelta. Pida Cyatex hoy meme
an aufar-
macia fa-
vorita
..Cystex
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ET. PANAMA A MRICA DIARIO INOEPBNDIKNTB
SBADO, ABML t, 1SS1
Importantes resoluciones ha
aprobado la Conferencia de
los Cancilleres americanos
W SHINGTCN. Abril 6 (USIS)
Varias importantes resolucio-
nes tendientes a ayudar a las
Repblicas americanas a formar
un frente ms efectiva contra
la expansin comunista esperan
la aprobacin final de la Confe-
rencia de Cancilleres reunida
aqui.
Al llegar esta reunin a la mi-
tad de- su segunda semana de
labores se ha convenido en las
sesiones de los Comits y sub-
Comits en las siguientes deci-
siones:
JEn el terreno de la. coope-
racin econmica de emergencia,
que los observadores consideran
ul ms completo de la con!ern-
ci. ha sido aprobada por el co-
mit de Cooperacin Econmica
!a resolucin presentada per
Cuba sobre el mejoramiento de
la posicin ile los trabajsdores
en as Amrica*. Una reeoluctn
presentada por Ecuador sobre
el mismo asunto ha sido pasa-
da al Comit en pleno para su
accin.
Un subcomlt ciue trbala so-
bre el asunte de los controles de
precios ha llenado a decisiones
constructiva* y se espera que se
tomar en breve la accin del
Comit ei nlr.o sobre Coope-
racin Economic;', de acuerdo
con ".'.na resolucin presentada
por Brasil, Chile. Colombia, Cu-
ba y los Estados Unidos.
El asunto del fomento econ-
mico es estudiado por otro sub-
comlt. Un proyecto final de re-
solucin sobre este particular
dar, segn se espera, la pri-
mera prioridad a la produccin
militar, siguiendo luego los ar-
tculos esenciales para la vida
civil y despus los otros tipos de
produccin.
2Un subcomlt del Comit
sobre Cooperacin Poltica y Mi-
litar ha llegado a un acuerdo
sobre una resolucin relativa a
la cooperacin militar interame-
rlcana, presentado por Brasil,
Aha Presin Sanguneo
HI la Alta Prrnin Sangunea U
auna mareos, dolores en el coraxn,
dolores de oabexa, dificultad para
respirar, Indigestin, palpitaciones y
tobillos Inflamados, Ud. puede lograr
alivio casi Instantneo de. estos sin-
tonas peligrosos ron HYNOX. Pida
HYNOX en su srmacla favorita hoy
mismo y se sentir anos mas loves
antro de pocos dlaa-
Colombla, El Salvador, Paraguay
Estados Unidos y Uruguay. Dis-
pone este acuerdo lo referente
a la defensa colectiva contra la
agresin a cualquiera de las re-
pblicas americanas. El mismo
subcomlt est discutiendo las
estipulaciones de una resolu-
cin que busca el apoyo de las
Repblicas Americanas a las
Naciones Unidas. Esta resolucin
fu presentada por Brasil. Co-
lombia, Cuba, Paraguay, Estados
Unidos y ruguay.
< Mxico -ha expresado la espe-
ranza de que las proposiciones
de esta resolucin queden sim-
I plcmente como, una recomenda-
1 cien. Sostiene que las organiza-
i clones regionales, como la OEA,
I no deben penetrar en la esfera
i de las Naciones Unidas.
La resolucin sugire que las
, Repblicas Americanas vayan
automticamente en ayuda de
' la accin que las Naciones Uni-
! das puedan tomar para prote-
l ger la paz mundial o detener la
agresin. Mxico sugiere que la
ayuda a las Naciones Unidas se
I deje a la decisin constitucional
de ceda una de las repblicas
I americanas; en otras palabras,
i que cada repblica decidir, de
por si, y de acuerdo con sus
I propias leyes, qu unidades de-
I be facilitar a las Naciones Unl-
! das en caso de emergencia.
Colombia y Brasil piden que
la resolucin original quede In-
tacta, sin las reformas presen-
tadas por Mxico.
3El Comit de Seguridad
i Interna ha adoptado por una-
nimidad una resolucin conjun-
ta adoptada por Bolivia, Ecua-
dor. Estados Unidos y Uruguay,
en la que se pide a cada rep-
blica americana que fortalezca
las leyes nacionales contra la
subversin comunista, espiona-
' je y propaganda. Se creara un
personal permanente de exper-
j tos en asuntos de seguridad, ba-
jo la direccin de la Unin Pan
I Americana, a fin de mejorar la
; manera de combatir la amena-
za interna del comunismo. Se
| regulara tambin el viaje de
personas sobre quienes recaen
sospechas de que tratan de lle-
. var a cabo actos subversivos.
La resolucin conjunta incor-
pora las proposiciones de Hait
, para combatir la infiltracin co
i munlsta.
Un artculo de la resolucin
declara la determinacin de las
Repblicas americanas de llevar
a cabo sus estlpuaclones en for-
I ma democrtica. Afirma la ne-
El Concejo de Aguadulce agradece gesto de
El Salvador en honor de la Seorita Herrera
Ed una Resolucin se demuestra a El Salvador su
sentimiento de "honda gratitud"
El Consejo Municipal de A-
guadulce aprob recientemen-
te una Resolucin en la que
se agradece al Gobierno y al
. pueblo de El Salvador, por In-
termedio del Ministro de Cul-
tura Popular de aquel pas, el
homenaje que se ha rendido a
la ducadora panamea Seo-
rita Isabel Herrera O. I d.) al designar coh este nom-
I bre Ilustre en la educacin
, nacional un Kindergarten de
! la capital de la repblica sal-
vadorea.
He aqu el texto de la Re-
solucin que lleva a la prc-
tica nobles aspectos de pana-
mericanismo:
RESOLUCIN NUMERO 9
(de 28 de Marzo de 1951)
EL CONSEJO MUNICIPAL DEL
DISTRITO DE AGUADULCE,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que en reciente fecha en la
ciudad dt San Salvador, Re-
pblica de El Salvador, se ha
designado con el nombre de
ISABEL HERRERA O., a un
kindergarten de la Capital de
1 aquella Repblica;
Que con esta designacin se
honra, muy justamente, la me-
' moria de nuestras insigne edu-
| cadora, desaparecida, seorita
Isabel Herrera O.;
Que ste su pueblo natal se
i siente orgulloso y hondamen-
I te agradecido por lo acertado
; de este homenaje, que colncl-
I d con el aspecto sentimental
! y educativo que ms la distln-
, gui: su amor a los nios,
RESUELVE:
Manifestar su honda gratl-
necesldad de garantizar los "de-
rechos de los individuos" y el
mantenimiento de "las institu-
ciones democrticas bsicas".
El Comit de seguridad inter-
na ha llegado a mitad de caml-
I no en sus labores, y slo que-
! dan por considerar dos resolu-
ciones. Una, presentada por El
i Salvador, propone la creacin de
una corte interamerlcana de
i justicia,y la otra, porpuesta por
Hait, pide el uso de los acuer-
1 dos bilaterales como medio efec
tivo para solucionar las contro-
versias regionales.
tud al Ministro de Cultura
Popular y por su digno con-
ducto al Gobierno y al pue-
blo de El Salvador, por el ho-
menaje que se rinde a nuestra
distinguida educadora;
Enviar a los nios del kin-
dergarten ISABEL HERRERA
O., a su personal docente y j
administrativo un mensaje de
reconocimiento y las expreslo-1
nes de cario fraternal del
pueblo de Aguadulce, cuna de
la noble Maestra;
Enviar, con nota de estilo,
copla autntica de esta reso-
lucin al Excelentsimo seor
Ministro de Cultura Popular
de la Repblica de El Salva-
dor.
Dada en el Saln del Hono-
rable consejo Municipal de
Aguadulce, a los veinticinco
das del mes de Marzo de mil
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
El Presidente,
(fdo. Andrs A. Jan
El Secretario,
(fdo.) Ovidio Qulrs G
TROPICAL
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1:30, 3:20, 5:15, 7:05, 8:55
("Staudoiw-
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to
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1:0(1, 2:45. 4:40, 6:50, 9 p.m.
Un Espectculo
Maravilloso, Increble!
Salvajes
Habr festivales
en El Peoncito
La Unin Progresista de Pe-
oncito presentar durante los
dias Sbado y Domingo regios
festivales bailables, en el pue-
blo de Peoncito.
Estos festivales sern con el
fin de colectar fondos para el
comedor escolar del mismo lu-
gar y ser amenizado por la
orquesta de Tony Vargas.
Se espera que todos los ami-
gos de Peoncito cooperen a-
sistiendo a estos festivales.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores prooramas
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
HOY!
maana TFATD FNTDAI MANA
DOMINGO! ItAIK UP!.KAL DOMINGO!
GRAN MATINAL A LAS 10.00 A. M.
TIM HOLT, en
Justicia de Arizona
-- adems:
5 CARTONES DE
"PLUTO"
"MICKEY
"DONALD"
"COFFEY"
EXTRA/
Gran Rifa de 2 Muecas Cenicientas Regalos de
Globos y Galletas Pascual... A todos los
. Nios Que Asistan!...
Sstreno Sorpresivo el oLunes
en el
(central
SI lunes g Je Mbr'd en tanda de las g p.m.
se efectuar el primer estreno sorpresivo,
se exhibir para los asistentes una de las
ms graneles pelculas del ao producida
por la Warner1 \Bro%
{Recuerde el JLunes
PAULA RAYMOND
EN TECHNICOLOR!
JUEVES-LUX
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
SIGUE TRIUNFANDO LA COMPAA
CUBANA DE COMEDIAS
JUANITO BORRAS-
HOY Gran Funcin HOY
A US 8:00 P. M.
EL XITO DE LA
' EMPORADA CON LA
COMEDIA
ALMA DE
BOHEMIO
ADEMAS!
NUEVOS NMEROS DE VARIEDADES
POR TODA LA COMPAA!
ENTRADA 0.35 GENERAL
Los muebles usados en la escena, son por cortesa de la
Mueblera "LOS DOS CUADOS" y "LAMPARAS
QUESADA"!... ____
MAANA DOS FUNCIONES!
A las 4:00 y 8:00 p.m.
NO ES UNA PELCULA DE RISA
...SINO DE CARCAJ ADAS I..-
TRAIGA USTED A SU
VIUDA O ENVIUDE AN-
TES SI LO PREFIERE,
PARA QUE DISFRUTE PLENA-
MENTE LOS DIVERTIDOS APU-
ROS QUE PASA...
VEA! Millares de animales
salvajes, huyendo en Infer*
nal estampida!...
UNA VIUDA
SIN SOSTEN
con EMILIA GUIU
ABEL SALAZAR
OSCAR PULIDO
TEATROS
PRESIDENTE
VARIEDADES
Presentan Desde el
JUEVES *
en Estreno Simultneo
LA PELCULA QUE ES
LA APOTEOSIS
DEL
M A M B O !
con su fiel intrperte:
MARIA ANTON I ETA
PONS
- con -
SARA GARCIA
GUSTAVO ROJO
EDUARDO NORIEGA
JOSE BAVIERA
DELIA MAGAA
- n -
PRONTO!
'LA LOCA DE LA CASA'
LA REINA
DEL
MAMBO
* No Apta para Menores
OTRO GRAN XITO!
"PELI-MEX"
ELDORADO
Aqu est...
SUSANA FREYRE...
en
"EL DEMONIO
ES
N NGEL"
La pelcula de las 1000
Carcajadas
y su complemento
CARLOS THORRY
Una pareja nica.... Alegre,
graciosu!... Que les arranca-
rn 1000 carcajadas!.-

VENGA A RER con la
mejor Comedia del ao!...
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
P.M.
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45
5:00
5.15
5:30
6:30
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
8:30
9:00
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:30
11:00
A.M.
8:00
8:03
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:15
10:30
PANAMA
HOY SBADO
Msica variada
Carrera
Manuel Pomln
Carrera
Msica colombiana
Carrera
Machlto y su Orq.
Carrera
Ritmos tropicales
Canciones favoritas
Comentarlos Videla
La Orquesta de Hoy
El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
Fred Warning
Msica variada
Salvador Muoz y su
ritmo.
Bailables populares
Al Jolson. Show.
Acordes porteos
Msica favorita
Msica sin palabras
Cancionero nocturnal
Buenas noches
COLON
-.
DOMINGO
Buenos dias
Alegres despertar
Msica escogida
Ritmos norteamericanos
Delicias tropicales
Concierto Matinal
Acordes porteos
Msica variada
Cancionero
de la maana
Sorteo de Hoy
Lotera Nacional
Margarita y Ray
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
12:15
12:30
12:50
1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:45
Msica variada
Ritmos tropicales
Msica tiplea
Aires colombianos
Msica de saln
La Fiesta Hpica
Melodas sureas
Carrera
Espaoleras
Carrera
Cancionero de la tardt. |
Carrera
"f\
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
La Flema del Asm
DisueHa Desde el
Primer Mi
a*. Asma r la BroaquUls oon sus ata
ejuas deasaperantea y rloleotos, enve-
nenan 1 organismo, minan la. energa
arruinan la salud y dabtlltan al cora
son. Un poco tlatnpo Mandaos), la pros-
cripcin da un famoso mdica, coml-
ansa a circular an la sanara dominan-
do rpidamente loa atanuss. Dssds at
rimar da comanla a disolverse 1st
ama causa da loa ahogos. Ksto pro-
duce respiracin fcil. Todo lo qu'
haca falta as tomar tablatas da Man-
iaca qua sos agradable*, an las comi-
das. T.a accin as muy rpida aon>
enanco ss trata da caaos rabaldsa y'
antiguos. Mandaoa ha taido tanta)
ilto ofraolando a los paclsntes
rssplraclon libro y fcil en 14 horada
Pida Mandass an cualqulsr farms
cia hoy mismo y voa lo blon quo dor-
~' i msjor as
sentir
maana. -
Mendaco
al iimm sVl
Mi Hit ds I
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
III"!
TEATROS
PRESENIANI
CENTRAL
Erro! FLYNN Patrice WYMORE, en
"LA ROCA" -
La tierra dt nadie... Donde la traicin y la
[loria luchan a vid o muerta!_________
-
TEATRO LUX
La ms conmovedora y majestuosa
pelcula de la temporada 1
IRENE DUNNE
- on -
"El Diablillo
y la Reina"
(The Mudlark)
^ con -
ANDY HAY
BELLA VISTA
El ms espectacular drama de
aventuras llevado a
la pantallaI...
Deborah
KERR

Stewart
GRANGER
- on -
"LAS MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
COLOSAL DOBLE
PROGRAMA I
TEATRO CECILIA'
Pasiones Primitivas...! Exticas Aventuras...!
Jon HALL Susana CABOT, en
"SAMOA"
Adornas: William Parker Audrey Long, en
"RASTRO SINIESTRO"
TROPICAL
Howard DUFF Brian DONLEV*
PefCy Dow, en
"EXTORSIN"
JL
Su Cotmara era mas mortfera
que un revlver!..._____
TEATRO ENCANTO
Ray Milland Hedy
Lamarr, en
"EL PLACER DE LA
VENGANZA"
John Lund Dean Martin
- en -
"Irma, Se Desenreda"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Carlton Heston Lizsbeth Scott, en
"El Vengador Invisible"
- y
"EL GENUAL MURI
AL AMANECER"_______
TEATRO IRIS
Csrlos Orellana Rita
. Montaner. en
"Anacleto, Se Divorcia"
Carlos Gardel, on
"El Tango en Broadway11
VARIEDADES
1:3*. 3:1, 5:15, 7:05, 1:96 p.m.
El drama intimo de una mujer
que sucumbi al amor, quebran-
tando sus votos de fidelidad!...
SOLER
Chsrlto
GRANADOS
Gustavo
ROJO
'El Grito de La Carne"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Richard Widmark
- en -
"HASTA EL ULTIMO
HOMBRE"
George Montgomery
- en -
" H ijadeloForaa i d a "

TEATRO EDISON
Virginia Field, en
"HORAS DE VIOLENCIA"
Betty Hutton, en
"Ana, La Reina del Circo"
VICTORIA
"EL CAPITN AMERICA"
Captulos 4-5
"EL TESTIGO FATAL"
'SENDERO DEL NAVAJO"
HISPANO
Carlos Cores, en
"LA MALCASADA"
y Resortes, an
"EL AMOR NO
NEGOCIO '
APOLO
Jorge Mistral, sn
-rosar, corazn-
- y -
"LA LIGA DE LAS
CANCIONES"
PACIFICO ROOSEVELT
"La Hija o Don 4"
Capta. 11-11
Ceras** Ss Virginia"
y "EL ALGUACIL
AMARILLO
Jamas Stewart, on
"LA FLECHA ROTA"
- y -
"SINIESTRA
OBSESIN"
VISTERMOSA
'Nuevas Amasaras Se
Josas Jasaos" S-l
El. HIJO BE
LA AVENTURA"
"EL
IDEAL
"Loa asnos. Jamas
Misseari" lipa. 1-:)
"Ralas Traidoras"
- y -
Horneras as ****"