The Panama American

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe'* Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 195*
FIVE CENTS
Biit-D-i-n BiriNK to THE FRONT Puerto Rlcan troops ford a stream and move up, to>-
wo^mS fron^fnw in Korea They were on their way to bolster UN strength along the 38th
pJrlW phouJ bf NBA-Acme stat/photograp her Ed Hoffman.)
World-Wide Argument
Mounts Over MacArthur
COMING ALONG Wayne Gideon, 7, of Houston Tex., a vic-
tim ot hemophilia, smiles as he recuperates at home The
boy was in danger of bleeding to death following an injury,
but "anew rum temporarily stopped the bidding. Readers
who saw the NEA Telephoto picture of the toy. donated rare
RH-type blood which replenished blood bank*._______
Dancing in the nude
Teen-Age Sex Club
Uncovered In Mass.
METHUEN, Mass., April 9 (UP)
-Police aid today they had un-
covered a teen-age sex club with
SO members who held nude par-
ties In a lonely cottage, near a
cemetery.
They said the club, called "The
Skulls," was formed for "physic-
al and Social betterment."
"The primary purpose of the
club was sex, with certain nights
reserved for certain groups," Po-
licewoman Olga Cunlo said.
Many of those we have ques-
tioned freely admit sexual acts,
but others deny them."
Police Chief Cyril Feuglll and
15 police surrounded the six-
room cottage owned by twin 16-
year-old orphan brothers last
night. They seised the twins, a
16-year-old girl and two teen-
aged youths on morals charges.
Military Officers
To Gel Orientation
On Canal Tours
About 30 local Army, Navy
and Air Force offloers will visit
the Canal and Railroad this
week on the second of a seVles
of orientation tour designed to
acquaint them with the prin-
cipal Installations, and organi-
zation of the Canal organiza-
tion.
Inspection arranged for Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday mornings.
The Initial explanation of the
Canal-Railroad organization will
be given at a meeting at the
Diablo Heights Theater starting
at 7:45 o'clock Tuesday morn-
ing.
The officers will also visit the
Isthmian Canal studies at Dia-
blo Heights and will take a trip
through Galllard Cut on the
survey boat Woltott Tuesday
morning.
On Tuesday morning, the of-
ficer will visit the Mount Hope
Cold Storage Plant, Warehouse
and Industrial area and will In-
spect Gatun Locks, Dam and
Spillway.
Visit to the Port Captains
Office at Balboa, the Filtration
Plant and Mlraflores and the
Madden Power Station and Dam
have been scheduled for Thurs-
day morning.
Ten other boys and two girls In
the cottage were released pend-
ing further Investigation.
"We've suspected the club
for about six weeks, but we had
to lay a lot of groundwork be-
fore we raided it." Policewoman
Cunlo, a member of the raiding
party said. "The things we ob-
served through the windows are
unbelievable and it will take us
a month to run down all the
angles."
She said a card Index of club
members had been seized and
that all the girls listed would un-
dergo medical examination.
Part of the club ritual was for
the girls to dance with the boys
while nude, she disclosed.
She said that 16 persons were
In on the raiding party because
police feared some of the young-
sters would escape.
"The night before last a look-
out spotted a policeman on the
next street from the house and
about a dozen boys and girls
jumped out of windows'and ran
through the cemetery," she said.
"They kept a lookout at the front
door and he circled the house
about every 15 minutes."
Flood Waters
Drive 9,000
From Homes
CHICAGO; April 8, (UP) The
rampaging Minnesota River burst
hastily reinforced dykes despite |
two days of feverish sandbagging |
by 700 workers and flooded north
Mankato, Minn., today driving
some 6,000 persons from "heir
homes.
As the churning Minnesota
continued to rise, fresh rains fell
throughout the upper Midwest
flood area.
The Mankato evacuees raised
to more than 9,000 the number ot
homeless In an outbreak of
spring flooding In Iowa, Minne-
sota ana the Dakotas.
Some 3,000 still were homeless j
at Sioux Falls, S.D., In the city's
worst flood. But the Big Sioux '
River was reported receding'
slightly.
Light rains were expected to
continue in the flood area for two '
days. Minnesota weather officials
said the rain would "aggrav.
the situation, but that the ground
should be able to absorb the
moisture.
In Minnesota, 700 volunteers
worked desperately during the)
night to hold a dike protecting j
North Mankato, across the ram-
paging Minnesota River from t tie
main portion of town.
Inch by inch they sought to
build up the dike as the rlvrr
rose to more than 25 feet, six feet |
above flood stage and the highest:
since 1881.
But water began seeping a-
round the dike and threatened
the workers with entrapment. At
5 a.m., they abandoned the light
and the river rolled over three-
fourths of North Mankato.
As was shut off in the town
und the water needed to be boii- j
ed. Two companies of the state I
guard aided Red Cross disaster
crews In evacuations.
West Mankato was partly flood-!
ed and was threatened with iso-1
!atlon from the rest of the com-
munity as flood waters crept to-
ward a connecting roadway.
The Red River of the north
meanwhile drove a half dozen la-
milies from a tourist camp at
Moorehead, Minn., and RO.itcd
into a skating arena and park at
Fargo, N.D. Several streets at
Mooi head were under water.
Authorities Moving In
On CZ Hoodlum Gang
Canal Zone authorities are movlni" In to break up a
gang of young men who, according to recent reports,
hate been terrorising the towns of Paraso and Red Tank.
Convicted recently of the attempted robbery of the Pa-
raso Clubhouse and now serving 14 years eaoh in Gam-
bia penitentiary are two of this group.
Latest to fall Into the hands of the law were Rodolfo
Jackson, 21, and Gladstone E. Russell, 22, both Panama-
nians of West Indian descent. Both were unemployed,
and have been living with their parents.
They were picked up at 10 p.m. last Friday on a
charge of loitering around building 206, the Municipal
Engineering malntenace building at Paraso. In Balboa
Magistrate's Court today each was fined $15 on the loiter-
ing count. They claim not to be members of the "Spar-
row" gang.
Duncan Prescott, identified by a government witness
during the trial of Goldbourne Glttens tor the clubhouse
robbery attempt as one of three men near the clubhouse
a short time before the attempted holdup, has also been
arrested on the loitering charge. Police said he will ap-
pear In court during the afternoon session. Several others
are also expected to be picked up on the same count.
Both of the morning defendants have prior records.
Jackson hss been convicted of disorderly conduct, which
verged close to rape, and of loitering. Russell's record
shows one loitering conviction and four batteries, two '
these on women._____________________
Balboa-Cristobal ROTC Units
To March In Field Day Friday
Citizens of the Canal Zone will
have the opportunity to see the
two ROTC battalions of Balboa
and Cristobal High Schools pa-
rading together for the first time
Central To Stage
"Sneak Preview"
The Central Theater In Pan-
am City is Inaugurating some-
thing new In local theatre prac-
tice today with a sneak preview
which will replace its regular 9
p.m. show.
Under the schedule announc-
ed by manager Francisco Fbre-
ga, the regular Warner Brothers
feature, "Rocky Mountain," will
play on Its regular schedule until
nine, when the surprise showing
of a new movie will be run for
Central audiences.
There will be no extra charge
for this feature.
The sneak preview has long
been a popular attraction at
larger theatres In Hollywood,
New York and elsewhere.
Balboa Tides
Tuesday, April 10
High Low
6:13 am............. 12:01 a.m.
ii:22.m..............12:14 pm.
(Z District Attorney
Unaware, Officially,
Of $3,000 Shortage
Any legal action which might
be taken in connection with the
reported $3,000 shortage In
funds of the Gatun Credit Un-
ion will probably originate In;
the United States, The Panama
American learned today.
Asked for comment on the re-
port sent to local newspapers
last weekend over the signature j
of Credit Union President Z. S.;
Williams, District Attorney Dan-
eil E. McGrath said:
"The usual procedure In such
cases is for the examiner for the
Bureau of Federal Credit Unions
to report his findings to his su-
periors In Washington. They, at
their discretion, refer thaae to
the Attorney General and the
Department of Justice. The
matter is then referred to the
U. S. Attorney In the proper
jurisdiction.''
The question of the shortage
in funds of the Gatun Credit
Union has not yet been refer-
red to him by Washington, Mc-
Grath added.
In William's written state-
ment, he said that a shortage of
$1,597.41 was found on Feb. 7
by J. T. Rutland, federal ex-
aminer. At the end of March
the end of Marcb the shortage
was reported to the Board of Di-
rectors as over $3,000. The Cre-
dit Union, which Is bonded, is
making arrangements for re-
payment of the loss.
\
45 Die, Five Injured
In Five Air (rashes
Over Past Weekend
NEW YORK, April (UP'
Five weekend aircraft crashes in
the United States left 45 persons
dead, five injured and two miss-
ing. Most of the casualties were
servicemen.
Three of the crashes occurred
when the pilots we're flying on
Instruments.
Nineteen Air Force men were
killed and two Injured when
their C-47 transport crashed on a
1,140 foot ridge near Charleston,
West Virginia, yesterday.
A man and two children were
killed and three others Injured
when a B-25 bomber, whose
crew had parachuted at 3,000
feet, crashed into a house at
Mdrnlngside. Maryland's subuio
of Washington.
An Air Force Jet fighter with
two aboard was reported mlssl'ig
yesterday on a flight from Ham-
ilton Field, California.
One man was killed early yes-
terday when his light single -en-
glned plane crashed In a corn-
field shortly after taking off
from the airport at Jackscn,
Mich.
At Goleta, Cal., authorities
tried to identify the bodies of
22 persons killed late Friday
when a DC-3 airliner crashed
In the 3.000 foot high Refugio
Pass. The bodies were brought
out after bulldozers had cut a
road into the heavily thicketed
area.
At Riverside. Cal., searchers
found the wreckage Of a light
plane In which three people were
killed Thursday.
The victims of the West Virgi-
nia crash were servicemen on the
way to the funeral ot a fellow of-
ficer killed In a Mustang crash
Thursday.
The pilot of the B-25 which
crashed Into the Mornlngslde
house said that before parachui -
lng he set the automatic pilot on
a course to take the plane cut
over Chesapeake Bay.
But Immediately the crew ua-
rachuted the plane wavered and
dived groundwards.
Nephew Of
Woman Ko
10 Abajo
Casualty
WASHINGTQff, April 9, (UP>
Derense Department casuaitv
list No. 271 carries the nephew
of a Panama woman as wound-
ed In action with the UnlteJ
States Army in Korea.
He Is Pvt. GeoYge La Fon-
taine, nephew of Mrs. Elida J.
O'Brien, whose address is given
as House 2037, Rio Abajo, Re-
public of Panama.
this Friday. The occasion Is the
Third Annual Field Day of the
Canal Zone Junior ROTC to be
held under the floodlights In
Balboa Stadium from 7:000 to
9:30 p,m.
The opening event will be a
review of the Cadet Corps by
Major General Ray E. Porter,
Commanding General, United
; 8tates Army Caribbean, in which
i the cadets from both the Atlan-
tic and Pacific sides will parti-
cipate.
During the past week Lieut-
enant Ray M. Golden, Assistant
, PM8&T at Balboa High School
:and Lieutenant John M. Nolan!
, Assistant PMSstT at Cristobal
I High School, have been busy with
preliminary competition in their
I schools to pick the best platoons,
squads, and individuals to com-
pete for top honors In the Zone
on Friday night. With a very suc-
cessful first year almost com-
pleted, the 115 cadets of the Cris-
tobal unit will board the train
(Continued on Pge 0, Col. 8i
'Prolonged Tension/
No All-Out War Seen
By Defense Secretary
WASHINGTON, April 0 (UP)_
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall said in an interview In
the magazine "United States
News and World Report" that the
best the United States can hope
for Is "a prolonged tension rath-
er than all-out war."
He said the present Interna-
tional tension may last possibly
ten years. He warned against re-
laxing the defense effort till Rus-
sia shows it will act In good faith
to keep the peace.
Marshall, deeply troubled by
public apathy, said the United
States people's Interest in the
defense program was dulled by
the recent military successes In
Korea.
Marshall said the world situa-
tion is Just as serious, if not more
so, than it was last November
(when the Chinese Communists
Invaded Korea). He said the Iron
Curtain countries, particularly
the satellites, show every indica-
tion of Increasing military build-
ups.
Marshall took a side swing at
critics who condemn top military
leaders for emphasizing ground
troops more than air or naval
power.
He said: "War may. and prob-
ably will, start In the air, or
maybe on the sea, but It Is going
to be very soon In the mud.
"You cant get and hold air
bases without ground action.
".Whatever you may win by air
or aval action you must hold
with ground troops."
Four Air Forcemen Die
In Missouri Accident
CONWAY, Missouri. April 9
(UPi Five men, Including four
Air Force men en route to a new
assignment, were killed here to-
day In the headon collision of
two cars.
Reds Abandon
Stronghold As
Allies Push On
TOKYO, April (UP). Chin-
ese Reds abandoned their strong-
hold of Hwachon today shortly
after opening the floodgates of
the huge Hwachon resevolr In a
futile attempt to delay the Allied
invasion of North Korea.
Hwachon forms one corner ot
the Hwachon-Chorwon-Kumh-
wa triangle In which th.e Red
"human sea" buildup started for
their spring offensive.
American artillery is also lob-
bing shells Into Chorwon.
The Chinese started opening
the floodgates about 8 a.m. and
by 1 p.m. had opened about 10
of the 18 gates.
Millions of gallons of water
surged down the Pukhan River
valley, one of the main routes
for the United Nations advance
into North Korea.
United Nations officers said
the temporary floods might ham-
er but would not seriously af-
ect the .Allied march north of
the 38th parallel.
They were confident none of
the United States, French, Thai-
land or South Korean troops In
the area would be trapped.
In abandoning the Hwachon
resevolr the Reds gave up their
best defensive position In Cen-
tral Korea.
The United States forces which
thrust to the resevolr eight to
nine miles north of the parallel
made their deepest yet penetra,
tion of the Communist home-
land In this second battle of
North Korea.
These forces reported no sign
of the Red Chinese 30th Army,
which had been reported mov-
ing large forces south from Hwa-
chon to begin the spring offen-
sive.
However North Korean forces,
apparently covering the Chinese
retreat poured mortar and auto-
matic weapons fire into the ad-
vancing United Nations forces
all day long.
Oeneral Douglas MacArthur
warned that the Reds have ex-
tended their buildup area to the
west, from where they could
threaten to the 8th Army's west
flank.
Conductor Rodzinski
Stops Briefly Today
Artur Rodzinski, one of the
world's foremost symphony con-
ductors, will visit Panama brief-
ly today.
He Is arriving from Central
America by plane late today and
Is leaving a few hours later for
South America. Rodzinski has
been conductor of the Cleveland,
New York Philharmonic and
San Francisco sympohny orch-
estras.
WASHINGTON, April 9,(UP) International and
national controvtrsy is mounting over General Douglas
MacArthur's allegedly political statements in connection
with the campaign he is waging in Korea.
Some Washington politicians have said the time has
come for President Harry S. Truman to fire MacArthur or
secretary of State Dean Acheson, because of the irrecon-
cilable views of these two top men on Far East policy.
' This afternoon in the House of Commons British For*
sign Secretary Herbert Morrison is to make a statement
on MacArthur. ,
France has informally protested to the United States
about MacArthur's recent political" statements.
Today MacArthur is confer-
ring in Washington with Secre-
tary of the Army Frank Pace Jr.
MacArthur's recent statement
in a letter to House GOP Lead-
er Joseph W. Martin. Jr.. Mass..
that Communism is making Its
main bid for global conquest In
Asia, coupled with his broad
hint that the Truman adminis-
tration Is too preoccupied with
defense of Western Europe,
brought about the current crisis
in the long-smouldering feud
between Washington policy-
makers and MacArthur's, Tokyo
headquarters.
Holding Asia to be the main
theater. MacArthur wants to go
all-out in fighting the Korean
war, bombing Chinese bases in
Manchuria, and unleashing Ge-
neralissimo Chiang Kai-shek's
Nationalist Army now bottled up
on Formosa.
The Administrations official
pollen is to "localise" the Ko-
rean war and end It as soon as
possible, to leave America s main
strength free to meet the dan-
Freight Official
William A. Bade
Dies Suddenly Here
William A. Bade, president of
one of the largest U.8. freight
handling concerns, the Interna-
tional Forwarding Company of
Chicago died here suddenly yes-
terday on his 6th birthday.
He had a heart attack about 6
a.m. at the Hotel El Panama
where he and his wife we
guests and died at 10:50 a.m. al
San Fernando Clinic.
The Bades had arrived here
last Monday aboard the Grace
Line after a cruise along the
South American West Coast and
were to have sailed yesterday a-
board the United Fruit Compa-
ny's Slxaola for the U.S. We>t
Coast.
Masonic funeral services, by
Chagres Lodge, A.F. and A.M.,
will ce held at the Gorgas Hos-
pital Chapel at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
The body will be flown to the
United States Wednesday by
PAA.
. Miss Florence Bade, of Chica-
go, arrived early today by plane
to loin her mother here.
ger of Russian attack on West-
ern Europe.
Sen. Homer Ferguson, R*
Mich., demanded today thai
Congress rush a special commit-
tee to Tokyo, to give MacArthur
a hearing to his foreign policy
views.
Meanwhile. Sen. William T,
Knowland. R.. Cal., called In Mr.
Truman to fire Acheson Instead
of MacArthur.
He said one of the two must
go to resolve the bitter disputo
over Far East policy, and charg-
ed that Administration "hatchet
men" already are going after
MacArthur's scalp.
Sen. Robert S. Kerr. D., Qkla.,
has suggested that Mr. Truman
consider removing MacArthur
from his command for "open
disregard of superior authority"
In criticizing US. and United
Nations diplomatic policies.
Kerr stood his ground to-
day and said MacArthur
must learn to "work with
the team or get off It."
It was expected that Con-
gress's Big Four Democratic
leaders Speaker Sam Ray-
burn, House Leader John W.
McCormack, Senate Leader Er-
nest W. McFarland and Vice-
president Alben W. Barkley
would tell Mr. Truman today to
curb MacArthur's tart remarks.
It Is said privately that the
Democrats believe MacArthur
has gone out of his way to em-
barrass the Democratic admin-
istration, and has "played the
Republicans' game."
White House spokesmen still
remained officially mum but did
nothing to discourage the wide-
spread belief here that Mr. Tru-
man will take drastic steps to
silence the Oeneral.
The President's strategy may
have been devised at two
lengthy conferences last week
with Defense Secretary Oeorgo
C. Marshall and Gen. Omar N.
Bradley, chairman of the U.S.
Joint Chiefs ot 8taff.
A British Foreign Office
spokesman, declining to forecast
Morrison's statement, said: "We
have not lodged a formal and
Isolated protest concerning Oen-
eral MacArthur."
Two Labor members of the
House of Commons demanded
in newspaper srtlcles yesterday
that MacArthur be dismissed
from his UN command unless ho
obeys orders and stops making
statements outside that military
field.'
Sen. Douglas Demands End
Of Government Cocktail Mix
WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP)
8en. Paul H. Douglas. D., 111., to-
day called for an end to "gov-
ernment at cocktail bars" as he
disclosed plans for an Inquiry
into "federal morals and ethics.
He told a reporter he hopes
the investigation will lead to bet-
ter government in America by
replacing the "diseased tissue"
uncovered by the Senate RFC
and crime probes with "healthy,
growing tissue."
He disclosed an impressive list
of witness for the hearings
which start about May 1, includ-
ing former President Herbert
Hoover. Dean Roscoe Pound of
the Harvard University Law
School, Arthur Hays 8uteberger.
President and publisher of "The
New York Times," Dr. Robert M.
Hutchlns of the Ford Founda-
tion and former Secretary the
Interior Harold L. Ickes.
Douglas said in an interview
that the hearings, which he
has tentatively arranged to put
on television, will not try lo
"cradfy anybody" but to "work
out something that will Inter-
I est the public and holo the
i level of government" as did the
spectacular hearings on Inter-
, state crime and the Recons-
truction Finance Corporation.
The Inquiry U based on a re-
solution by Sen. J. William Ful-
brlght, D., Ark. who conduct-
ed the RFC inquiry to set up
a commission on "ethical con-
duct" In government.
In a separate radio broadcast,
Douglas outlined three "basic
standards of propriety" for gov-
ernment conduct which he said
could serve as a basis for a clean-
er and better federal govern-
ment:
1. "Government work should
not be settled at cocktail bars
or around dinner tables In
hotels. All discussions of appli-
cations or claims should take
Elace only during working
ours In public buildings."
2. Records of federal agen-
cies should be opened so any-
one can see the "attorneys and
representatives involved, fees
paid, including kickbacks'.
'finder fees,' and 'split fee.'
Obviously officials should not
accept any favors of any con-
sequence from private cltls-
ens."
1. "No government official
r employe who deals with the
claim of a private concern
should accept any offer of em-
ployment or other benfit from
that firm or represent any
other firm before that agency
for a period of about two years
after leaving the agency."
Douglas said members of Con-
gress "need to observe stand-
ards of propriety, too," anfl
should "discourage unreasonable
claims" of constituents against
the government. He described the
large majority of government
administrators as honest and
able but said some "are probably
weak or corrupt" and this leads
to "danger of a declining mor-
ality."
Meantime. Secretary of Com-
merce Charles Sawyer, in a
strong defense of government
employes, said that with 'Vare
exceptions" they are "honest and^
competent and have a sincere
desire to render public service."*
Sen. Edward Martin. R.. Pa.,
suggested at the same time that
President Truman conducV. .*
"spring house cleaning to r"tt
himself of those who have bf-
trayed his copfldence and trust."
In a broadcast over Pennsylva-
nia stations, Martin called Mr.
Truman a well-meaning, respec-
table man who has surrounded
himself with persons Involved 19
shady deals.


PAGl. TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
.. New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Ch!riu ...................................Mm
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................April zu.
9.8. Lew Bend ..............................A2! S
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................APrH so
limrnl Cart)
(H.ndllm Befrlferaled Chilled and
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
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8.S. Cape Ann .................................affii S
S.S. Cape ATlnof ..............................*"' z?
S.S. Cape Cod .................................."*
Freight Salllngi Weekly from Havana lo CrUlobal
1
vVeealj SeUIni o *" Amalea, Sao r ranclue, Seattle
Occasional Salllnft to New Orleaoa and Mobile.
The Steamer la thta service are limited la twelve paiaemen)
.rennet frellhi Salrlnn from Cristobal to Vleal Cam Cantfal Aatatiea
Sails
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Midnight
8.8. Chlriqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 16
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................APril 30
CKISTOBAL 2121
TELEPHONES:
PANAMA 2-2884
COLON 20
German Shipyards
Want Steel Cash
By WALTER G
o -
BUNDLE
'. FRANKFURT April 9, (UP) -
The once bustling shipyards of
'. Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Kiel,
| Cuxhaven and Lubeck which pre-
I war sent the bulk of German's
yearly 500,000 tonnage of sleek
'. passenger and fast merchant
ships down the ways hope to hit
I 300,000 tons this year.
But shortages of raw materials
I and capital threaten to deprive
Oermany's shipbuilders of many
I of the fruits of the relaxation oi
Allied controls.
I Following this week's removal
of the Allies' restrictions (which
I had limited German builders to
ships of 7,200 tons and 12 knots)
', Oerman-bullt ships can be larger
and faster, and to that extent
'-much more attractive to foreign
or German purchasers.
, But beyond that most building
firms agree that "everything de-
| pends on financing and the sup-
ply of raw materialspartlcu-
'. larly heavy steel hul and deck
' plates."
'. '. They are afraid victory In their
long light for a free hand to put
; German merchant shipping back
. on its feet may prove largely
Empty.
. These are the factors that
worry them:
.' 1) The big shipbuilding yards
along the North Sea coast were
; Heavily damaged by bombing,
and further reduced by dlsman-
\ tjing. Capital for their recon-
. at ruction is not in sight;
*. 2) Steel particularly hull and
' deck plating already is in cri-
flcal world supply. The relaxed
' Allied controls on Oerman steel -
makers provide that the Ruhr
1 oan exceed the former 11,100,000
tons ceiling only if the Increase
I will aid Western defense. It re-
mains to be seen to what extent
' ship construction, will be consid-
ered to fall under this provision.
3) The existing capacity of
Sards already is overtaxed by or-
ers received before the restric-
tions were relaxed.
Existing ways are crowded with
keels laid for Norwegian, Swed-
ish, Dutch. Italian, Turkish and
Wild Duck
HORIZONTAL
1 Depicted fowl
8 It is found in
the-----ern
' hemisphere
13 Interstices
14 Accustom
15 Uncooked
18 Record
18 Shttp's cry
19 In the same
-place (ab.)
20 Showed
contempt
22 Niton
(symbol)
23 Lateral part
25 Speed contest
27 Salute
28 Imitated
20 Direction (ab.)
80 Depart
81 "Tarheel
SUte" (ab.)
82 Chemical
suffix
53 Measures
35 Spanish jug
38 Land measure
39 Midday
40 Parent
41 Containers
47 Hawaiian
Islands (sb.)
48 War god
50 Aromstic plant
51 Spanish cape
52 Smart
54 Lighting
device
56 Aids
57 Obedient
VERTICAL
1 Glaring
2 Peninsula in
Asia
3 Moisture
4 Interjection
5 Masculine
appellation
6 Path
7 Smooth and
unaspirated
8 River in
Africa
9 Preposition
10 Polish
11 Cataleptic
state -
12 Warmed
17 Measure of
arta
20 Chose
21 Cavalrymen
24 Meal
Answer to Previous Pu2its
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36 City in Punjab 81 New
37 Negative ions (comb, form)
42 Tatters 33 Notary publt'
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(ab.)
55 Tellurium
(symbol)
Panamanian lines. One Kiel firm
has capacity orders for the next
two years.
It will be a long time before
the proud pre-war lines such as
Hamburg American or North
German Lloyd compete on the
Atlantic passenger run with lin-
ers equivalent to the pre-war Eu-
ropa (now the Liberte of the
French Line) or the Bremen.
A Hamburg shipbuilding exe-
cutive said: "The big companies
want to build to enter the luxu.7
passenger competition, but the,
lack of funds, raw materials and
dock capacity will delay such am
bltlous plans indefinitely."
Stales Considering
Housing Problems i
CHICAGO, April (UP)Legis-
lation to expand housing pro-
grams la beta* considered byTev-
eral state legislatures, according
to the National Association of
Housing Officials.
The proposed housing laws
would cover a wide range of sub-
jects, including defense housing,
zoning and public hpusing as well
as state housing programs.
A bill in the Nebraska legisla-
ture would permit second class ci-
ties to take over and operate fed-
erally-built war housing. At pre-
sent, only the larger cities are
permitted to do so.
A bill pending In New York
would require all plana for fed-
eral, state or clty-alded hous-
ing projects to include provi-
sions for adequate school facu-
lties for children living in the
projects. '
In Wyoming, an act has been
Introduced to enable Wyoming
cities to participate in low-rent
federal housing programs. Wyo-
ming is one of five states which
do not allow cities to take part in
the program.
Other states taking up the
problem are Iowa, Kansas, Okla-
homa, Utah and Minnesota.
D
JACOBY ON IRIPqt
just Big-Hearted
CHICAGO, April 9 (UP)The
three bandits who held up em-
ployes of Dlnkel's bakery and
made off with $450 had kind
hearts.
. They tied up Fritz Ernst. 41,
and three other bakers and
shoved them Into a large refrig-
erator.
"I've got a cold." Ernst plead-
ed. "I'm liable to get pneumo.
nla in here."
So the bandits covered Ernst
carefully with flour sacks.
Cut finger?
Keeps out din and germs.
Helps preveni infection.
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Bald Eagles, Gulls
Raid Old Man River
GUTTENBERG, la., April 9
(UP)Bald eagles and sea gulls
are competing with fishermen
along the upper Mlssislppi River.
Both are recent arrival* to the
Iowa and Wisconsin banks. They
circle high, watching for dead
fish or an occasional live one,
that appear in the open water
below the dams.
They plummet down ward,
seize a fish and flv away.
The gulls also hunt for dead
fish in ponds on river islands,
and Eldon Saeugllng. superin-
tendent of the Upper Mississippi
Fish and Wildlife Station here,
is glad of It.
"We take off our hats to the
gulls," he said. "They not only
save us work they save the
government money."
They Can Box Anything
Air Force Men Contend
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah.
April 7 (UP)Workers at the Hill
Air Force Base think they can
box anything. They use enough
lumber each week to build 14 or-
dinary 5-room houses.
The box factory foreman,
Arch Tracy, said the 100,-00
board feet of lumber used 6* -
ery week does not Include
hundreds of reclaimed boxs1!
which are used over and over
again.
Building boxes large enough
to hold bomber wings la an
ordinary task at the base bit
no Job is considered too email.
home 1,500 boxes of all sizes
are turned out, ranging fr >m
containers holding a 3O.CC0
pound oven to boxes noliia.g
plane parts requiring a mag-
nifying glass to bcc.
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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When my team-mates won the
world's championship at Bermu-
da, one of the Important reasons
for their success was their ability
to jockey the enemy into poor po-
sitions. An outstanding exampie
of this type of skill was displayed
in the very last hand of the
match against Great Britain.
When George Rapee bid i.^ur
hearts with the South hand, he
showed a long independent suit.
Consequently, Sam Stayinan,
with the North hand, could prac-
tically guarantee a contract of
six hearts.
A lesser player would have bid
six heart* right away. Stayinan
saw deeper into the situation.
West had bid five clubs In spite
of East's run-out to one spade on
the lirst round of bidding. Ob-
viously West had a very long club
suit and a generally freakish
hand. Just as obviously, We.;t
would would bid up to seven :lubs
as a sacrifice if he were convinced
that six hearts could be made a-
gainst him.
In this sort of situation, the
teal champion tries "to steer the
enemy ;into error. For example, if
Stayman thought alx hearts was
a doubtful contract, he might
have bid It anyway to trick West
Into a aacrlflce bid of seven
clubs. Since he actually thought
six hearts was a fine contract, hi.-,
object was to make it look very
doubtful so as to keep West from
sacrificing.
For this reason, Stayman bid
only five hearts at his second
turn Rappe could not bid the
slam since he had three small
clubs and might lose a trick or
two In that suit for aU he could
tell. Hence be passed to five
hearts.
West naturally proceeded to sa-
crifice in clubs against live
hearts. Once again Stayman re-
fused to bid the slam. He merely
passed, confident that his pari-
ner would either bid'or double.
This time Rapee could read the
situation. He knew his partner
would have doubled six clubs if he
haJ been unwilling to hear a bid
of six heart*. He also realised
what his partner was trying to
do.
When South bid six hea-ts,
West didn't know what to do. He
felt sure he could take the ace of
diamonds but couldn't be sure a-
bout any other defensive trick.
He finally decided to pass It a-
round to his partner in the hope
that East would double with de-
fensive strength or bid seven
clubs without it. However, East
couldnt read it and passed after
a long huddle.
Soldiers In Korea
Go In Big Way
For Mail From Home
By MALCOLM BOYD
United Press Staff Correspondent
SAN FRANCISCO, April 0 (UP)
A GI who could have been
an Italian count but prefers to
be an amateur postman for bis
Korean buddies says he is get-
ting 10 letter from Asia for
every one he forwards from the
United States.
Sgt. Wilbur F. H. Radeline
turned down an Italian inherit,
anee that carried a title of
count, and $250,000 In 1948 be-
cause he wouldn't renounce bis
American citizenship.
The Job of pron.X Inr more
mall for the men he left
behind in Korea, Dec. 16,
wa* one he thought op him-
self after arriving at 6th
Army headquarters In San
Francisco's Presidio.
"The people back home here
aren't writing enough to the
boy*, Radeline explained.
"There's nobody worse off than
a soldier who comes back from
mall call empty-handed. I know
because I saw It happen too of-
ten in Korea."
"I got the idea since I knew
a lot Of fellows over there, that
maybe I could line-up some peo-
ple back home here who would
write to them. I figured I'd be
a middleman and match up
mall requests from Korea with
requests from people who want
lo write to a soldier overseas."
Radeline shook his head. "Ev.
erything was going along pretty
good. I got peopie writing to
me from the States by appear-
ing on a lew national radio
programs.
"Then the Pacific edition
of Star* and Stripe* wrote
on* Uttle article about what
I was doing and Wham!
I got swamped.
"It was amazing. These guys
didn't want to write to girls so
much they just wanted to
write to anyoody even old
...dies. They're starved for mall."
"well," the sergeant continu-
ed, "now I'm getting about 10
tetters tiom Asia for every cor.
respondent I know of In the
U. S. A. louay, lor instance, I
got 27 mall requests from Ko-
rea, most of them signed by
more than one guy. And I only
got eight letters from folks in
this country.
Seems like that Uttle article
In Stars and Stripe* was more
effective than three coast-to-
coast hook-ups.
"I've airead' forwarded over
4,000 letters but that hasn't
been enough to take care of the
demand."
TERRY
HALF-TIME* SCORE
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HOOTS AND BER BUDDIES
Traveling
By EDGAR MARTIlt
Man's Clothing Lost
But Life Spared
DANSVILLE, N.Y., April 0 (UP)
Edward Hawk never was un-
dressed so fast In his Ufe.
While threshing beams with
the power takeoff on hi* tractor.
Hawk tepped over the moving
open shaft of the machine. His
trouser leg caught, he was
thrown to the ground and his
clothes were ripped off by the
whirling shaft.
Hawk was taken to the hos-
pital suffering from bruises,
brush burns and shock. He con-
sidered himself luckyhe could
have lost his life instead of only
his clothes.
points on the
I In the other room, the bidding hand.
was less subtle. North and South
bid six hearts with great confi-
dence, whereupon the American
player whto had the West cards
took the normal sacrifice at seven
clubs. He lost only 700 points les/
100 honors. In the first room, Ra-
pee scored 1530 point* for the
slam (with honors.) The Ameri-
can team therefore gained 930
bidding of this
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MONDAY. APRIL MM
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGK TUUsf
.
Advice To Worriers: Don't Worry About It
BY RICHARD KLEINER
NBA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, April 9 (UP)Are
you worried? Do you let minor
Inconveniences like war, high
prices, atom bombs and bad
health upset you? If you do,
here's some advice for vou: don't
worry about It.
The fine art of worrying has
become so widespread that It's
constituting a big Worry for In-
dustry. They're worrying so much
about Worry that one big com-
pany, E. I. du Pont d Nemours
and Co., devoted five pages to the
subject In their employe maga-
zine, Better Living.
The object of the article, ap-
parently, is to get the folks at
du Pont to stop worrying and
start producing better. Their ad-
vice bolls down to this: find out
what you're really worrying
about and do something about it.
To back up their idea, they use
several case histories of expert
worriers. The following Isn't one
of them, but It's the type of thing
they presented.

The Case of H.Y. H.Y. (those
aren't his real initials; ho was
worried about letting people
know his Initials) was always
worrying. When he didn't have
anything to worry about, he wor-
ried because things were going
too well to last.
His main worry was money. He
had four children, a wife, two
first cousins and a hound dog
named Carefree to support. His
big problem was the hleh cost of
dog biscuits. He worried about
money night and dav. As* a hob-
by, he also worried about the
state of the world.
The worrying began to affect
his work. He was worrying so
much he couldn't do a decent
day's work. 80 he began to work
nights. That didn't help. He was
about to lose his Job, when he
went to his foreman who set him
straight.
"It's not really monev that's
upsetting you, H.Y.," said the
foreman. "It's your health. See a
doctor.''

His doctor advised htm to "et
looser shoes. That did the trick.
His health Improved, his wot*
Improved, his worries vanished
and somebodv gave Carefrea a
case of dog biscuits.
That's how to lick worry. The
Idea Is that you may be worrying
about something, but vour chief.
basin worry is something else.
Ann.)yw yourself and your Drob-
ler""!. find out the crux of the
m-*tr, and then try to correct It.
"^he du Pont peonlr compiled
this IM of the most frequent
worr'e-:
1. I>< nriencT you're afraid
of grn id and havln to he
dre- < .1 on family and friends.
2. Low of loveworrying about
a norriage failure.
3. Debt that's self-explana-
tory.
4. Spiritual decline concern
over drrlining moral standards.
5. Illness also self-explana-
torv.
K. Losing jobditto.
The only trouble with that list,
from a chronic worrier's stand-
point, is that It mav give you
some Ideas. Lots of people might
not have thought about some of
those worries, but thev're dan-
dles. You can >ose all sorts of
sleen over number one, for ex-
ample.

Another idea some worriers use
Is substitution. If they're spend-
ing an unpleasant night's sleep
worrvins: xbout war. for example,
they'll deliberately begin worry-
ing abou something less fea'r-
so"ie..For Instance:
1. Trv worrying about egg-
plant. Why is It so nurple? Does
It mean anything? How did thev
ever make It to taste so bad? will
It get better?
2. Another nice worrv Ishc'.^e-
feathere. What are they? Do' thev
come from horses that fly or birds
that run? How do they taste?
Why?
3. For a serious worry, consid-
er the universe. Where does It
end? When you get to the end. Is
there a wall or bars or a bunch of
guvs with spears? If there are
guys with spears, who pays
them? What would Kefauver sav
about It?
4. Some very pleasant worry-
ing can be done on the sublect of
toothpaste. How do thev get It In
the tubes? Do thev take a lump
WORRIER AT WORK: When he doesn't have anything to worry about,he worries about that, too.
British Taxpayers Face More
Taxes, Sacrifices, Austerity
By R. H. SHACKFORD
LONDON, April 9, (UP) De-
spite big increases in rearma-
ment costs the British Labor Gov-
ernment shows no sign of cur-
tailing "Welfare State" services
substantially In the coming year.
In fact the new civil estimates
for the Ministries of Health, La-
bor Local Oovernment and Plan-
ning and National Insurance
show increased rather than re-
duced expenditures on social
services.
All this adds up to prospects of
a tough Budget Day tomorrow for
the hard pressed British taxpay-
er. On that day Chancellor of
'.he Exchequer Hugh Oaltskell
successor to Sir Stafford Cripn
-will present his first budget, ior
the period April 1,1951, to Marrh
31. 1952.
Every sign indicates that It will
call for even more sacrifices and
more taxes from the British peo-
ple whose austerity In some fields
such as meat Is greater now
than during the war.
The Labor Oovernment, hard-
pressed politically as well as fin-
ancially faces an unenviable
task In this budget.
On one side the Oovernment is
pledged to continue pursuing a
policy of Socialism for Britain.
Any major reversal of that poli-
cy would cause fatal defections
from the Labor Party especial-
ly on the left wing.
On the other side the govern-
ment Is pledged to spend dur-
ing the next three years $13,160-
000,000 on defense and about
$3.*40,O00,O00 of this will be dur-
ing the 1951-52 fiscal year.
The size of the task conf rontins
Oaltskell Is obvious when It Is re-
called that during the fiscal year
just ending the defense bill was
only a little more than $2,240,
ooolooo.
Where will he get the addition-
al money for defense?
There are three possible an-
swers.
1) New taxes to Increase reve-
nue (almost certain In the new
budget);
2 Increased revenue resulting
from the war boom (This is al-
ready reflected in current fig-
ures showing revenue to be high-
er than estimated for the year
beginning April 1 show now that
It is not planned.
For example, In the coming
fiscal year It Is planned* to spend
almost $10,000.000 more on th?
of the stuff and wrap It up in a
tube, or do they take a tube and
push the paste in? Wouldn't It be
fun to squeeze a whole tube of it
In somebody's face? How fast can
that somebody run? Is he bigger
than you?
There's really nothing wrong
In worrying. It's Just natural con-
cern carried to unnatural limits.
You've Just got to catch It be-
fore It gets the best of you.
Because If you let Worry be-
come your master, you can de-
velop ulcers, or become nervous,
or loose sleep, or get fired, or
something.
Please pass the sleeping pills.
National Health Service than In
1950-51. Grants to persons In aid
are expected to increase from
$174.090.000 to $192.500.000.
The total bill for housin,-,
health services, national Insur-
ance ahd assistance, employ-
ment services grants to local au-
thorities and similar activities
will Increase from $2.391,200,000
to $2,438.800,000.
The 1950-51 fiscal year March
31 with a surplus of $2.039,600.000
BRONCHIAL
ASTHMA
Sleep Sound All Night
on current account. With this In
mind the Financial Times sum-
med up the outlook: "Altogether
therefore the budget prospect
may be considered to look a lit-
tle less grim than It did. That's
not to say It Is not still a bleak
one."
Gaitskell has already starred
to prepare the people for the
worst. He recently broadcast:
"We have got to divert all. and
more than all, that would liave
been available for Improving liv-
ing standards into Improving the
nation's security."
tOi
fh largest telling .nediclnt
oronchilis ond Asthmo 10 all ol blu-
zordly-cok) Canada 1; Buckley'1 Co-
nadiol Mixture (triple acting I
blessing tc thousand and now told
in oil drugstores
rhere >! nothing .0 sote ana ture
in the world 2 01 3 doses in sweet-
ened noi water jutt Before Oedtime
ond mony o tutleiei trom strangling cion
choking Asthmo no 'ouno relief"
and o good night's rest ono that
bod. old. persistent, bronchial cough
has left ,u it you don't believt
it jet o bottle t an\ good druggist
tor you con Cepend on Buckley's Co-
nodiol Mixture to give definite, quick
rtlief from, thof choking, gatping
troflfle fot breath
Bolivar Scott Dies;
Funeral Services
Set For Wednesday
Funeral services for the late
Bolivar Scott will be held at 12
o clock noon Wednesday at the
La Boca Methodist Church. In-
ternment will follow at the Co-
roza 1 Cemetery.
Scott a Jamaican, was an
Isthmian old-timer. He migrated
to these shores in 1909 and had
resided on the Isthmus ever
since. He was a motor-boat
operator with the Marine Divl-
The death of Scott took place
I only 14 days after the death of
his wife, Mrs. Irene Scott. He
was a member of the Sojourn-
ers Society.
He is survived by two sons
Harold B. and Rudulph E.
Scott and a sister, -Rachel
Stephenson.
A Special Communication
or
CHAGRES LODGE, A. F. & A. M.
Will be opened at the Scottish Rite Temple,
Balboa, Canal Zone, on Tuesday Morning
April 10th, 1951, at 8:30 A.M.
For the Purpose of Conducting Funeral Services for
Our Departed Brother
WILLIAM A. BADE
Of Union Park Lodge No. 610, Chicago, Illinois.
SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE GORGAS HOSPITAL
CHAPEL AT 9:00 A.M.
ALBERT H. EVANS
Secretary
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"You can tell from his whole bearing. Takes a pride
in himself. His clothes are neat and look at his
ihoes. Always well polished. Mark my words, that
man will get promotion."
No better clue to a smart man than well-polished
shoes! No shoe polish gives a more lasting shine th:"1
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Ex-President Hoover
Reiterates Demand
RFC Be Abolished
WASHINGTON. April 9. (UP)
Former President Her b e r 1
Hoover repeated today his de-
mand that the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation be abolish-
ed.
His position, first set forth
when he headed the Hoover Com-
mission on government reorgani-
zation, was restated to Sen.
Harry F. Byrd, D., Va., who wrote
Mr. Hoover and others for trrelr
views "in order to provide Con-
gress and the public the most
competent opinion."
Byrd is sponsoring a bill to put
the lending agency target of
charges of "Influence" reaching
into the White Houseout of
business.
"I favored the abolition and I
still do," Mr. Hoover wrote.
Byrd welcomed his support.
The Senator said the agency
should be killed because ol "the
present spiraling Inflation, the
administration's efforts to re-
strict private credit to curb Infla-
tion, and the scandalous act'vl-
ty which has devtfoped around
the RFC-
Senate supporters of President
Truman's proposal to reorganise
RFC under a single administra-
tor got a Jolt Friday when the
executive expenditures commit-
tee voted 7-8 to recommend kill-
ing the plan.
Both sides conceded a close
vote when the Issue reaches the
Senate floor.
The reorgan 1 z a 110 n plan,
which woul dabollsh the RFC's
five-man board of directors, will
go Into effect April 20 unless Sen-
ate opponents can muster 49
votes against It. A similar "veto''
efort In the House failed by a
narrow margin.
2. Chairman J. William Ful-
bright. D Ark., of the RFC in-
vestigating group, said no daie
had been set for a hearing on new
developments brought up by Sen
Charles W. Tobey, R.. N.Y., a for-
mer sub-committee member. To-
bey's case Involves what he con-
siders an attempt to Influence
him indirectly.
The names of White House
aides David K. Nlles and Donald
S. Dawson also are Involved.
US Auto Makers Come To End.
Of Fabulous Five Year Boom
BY NORMAN NICHOLSON
DETROIT. April 9 (UP)April
1,1951, marked the turning point
In the automobile industry's fab-
ulous postwar boom.
Production, sales and profits
which toppled all previous rec-
ords since V-J Dayhave reach-
ed their peak for the foreseeable
future.
Imposition of new restrictions
on steel, tires and other vital car-
bulldlng materials, mean that
what has been going up now must
come down.
But the Industry's boom, which
has helped iceep the U.S. econo-
my strong for five years, will not
meet the abrupt fate of a punc-
tured balloon.
Instead, the air will come out
slowly, spread over the coming
months during; which more and
more automotive effort will be
devoted to military production.
Racing to beat the restrictions,
the Industry turned out nearly
2.000,000 cars and trucks In the
first three months of this year
the best first quarter production
record in history.
Just how much assembly lines
will be forced to ease off In the
second quarter Is anybody's guess,
but Detroit Is certain substantial
output cuts can not be avoided.
Government defense mobiliza-
tion planners have given auto
companies the go ahead to make
as many vehicles as possible un-
der the 20 per cent cut In steel
use. the 25 per cent chop in tires
and tubes and other reductions
on civilian use of aluminum,
cooper, chromium and other me-
tals.
Ward's Reports, a statistical
agency which keeps a close watch
on, production schedules, estim-
ates that about 500,000 autos will
be made In Aprila 100,000 dtp
from March output.
However. Ward's expects that
truck assembly In April may set
a new postwar record. In any
event, total output Is expected to
exceed the same month last year,
when Chrysler Corporation Was
snagged by a long strike.
Some industry officials believe
car and truck productions is due
for a sharper cut. They point out
that although shee* steel Is re-
stricted to 80 per .cent of what
was used In the same period last
year, the material curbs are "out
of balance."
Steel alloy bars, for Instance,
are to be hit at least 40 per cent
and they are needed for dries
shafts and gears.
The 25 per cent slash In trie
deliveries already has forced si-
to firms to eliminate the spate
tire from new cars.
And government officials hate
warned that it may be necessasy
to restrict steel and the other
materials even further at the eril
of the first six months of 1951.
Between the 3,000,000 cars aril
trucks that rolled out in 1946 fi>
the 8,000,000 that were made lass
year, the industry has seen lp
best peacetime years.

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Cream Of The Crop In Zone Basketball Tourney
fiivitation
Under Way
Eoniorrow
Basket
Basketball Tournament on the
Canal Zone, arranged and spon-
sored by tbe Junior College, will
bring together the cream of the
crop of Zone hoopsters and
should turn out to be one of the
finest events ever staged In Pan
ama.
The tourney gets under way to-
morrow night at Balboa Gymna-
sium with all eight teams taking
part in the elimination affair.
First game is stated to get off ,
at :> p.m.. the last when they get
to it.
Every standout basketball ag-:
g'.eiation In the Zone will be'
Edding for the big and beauti-
ful Panam Tours Trophy while
a smaller trophy has been set
for the runner-up.
One of the best a!I-around I
a:Metes seen In these parts and
t winner of the 1950-51 Knlahts
of Columbus Most Valuable Play-
er Trophy In football and track
will be seen in basketball tofts for
W College.
' But Trout will not be the only
tar on the floorboards. There
will be quite a galaxy of school-
hoy and former schoolboy stand-'
outs who should pack the small
jpectator space at the new Bal-
ioa Gym.
Little is known about the serv-
ice teams but the schools should
wind up with Cristobal edging
?alboa High and College because
f their towering height and ex-
rerlence. plus a strong bench to
noose from.
Balboa High will center around
Imray Bradv. a demon on the
ebouhds and a natural post man.
he club is expected to deploy
the two-platoon system to its full |
advantage.
The College will have only two
The C Z Jt College Green Wave which will see action In the Canal Zone Invitational Bas-
ketball Tournev at the Balboa Gymnasium: Kneeling, Berntce Herring, Remon Ramirez, Co-
Captain Charles MacArthur, Captain Wally Trout. Al Ntekar. and Moon Mullen 8J*n<"";
Jerry Welch Jack Corliss. Allev McKeown. Manuel Roy and Turner. Georgia MacArthur. Jim
Orvis, Tom Peterson. Louis TremWey. Jack Ray and Henry Phillips were absent during picture
taking._____________________________________------

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Ben Hogan Wins Masters
In Historic Perfomance
BY WILLIAM TICKER
rnited Press Sports Writer
Juan Franco
Mutual Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Volador $8.60, $5.40. 3.60.
2Don 8izzle $0.60, $8 40.
AUGU8TA, Ga., April 8Little | er of the elite tournament. Hog- ; s_ronseca $7.60.
experienced men In Trout and gen Hogan added the onlv jewel' an stepped into the charmed cir- I SECOND RACE
McArthur. Charlie not the gen- inissing from his glittering golf | cle of golfers who have won the i_Romantlco $6, $3.
ral. The Green Wave, however. Cj0VID yesterday by winning the U. 8. Open, the PGA and the Mas- 2Hoy Ea El Dla $3.20.
Is planning a dceptive game and Masters Tournament with a Z80 ters. i First Doubles: (Volador-Ro-
tnlaht just upset the dope sheets.; ^tal i^t one stroke off the rec- Only Byron Nelson and Gene | mantlco) $$4.86.
The Balboa Athletic Club and orc) Former Amateur King Rob- Sarazen had compiled the honor j THIRD RACE
Elks Sponsor National Sectional Junior
Rifle Match Which Is Set For Saturday
Shannon-Mitten Triumph 1 Up
Junior rifle shooters of affili-
ated National Rifle Asaoeiation
clubs will compete for National
Shoulder to Shoulder awards In
the sectional tournament spon-
sored for the fourth consecutive
year by Balboa Elks Lodge No.
1414 on Saturday, April 14 at the
Albrook-Curundu indoor range,
9:66 a.m.
It Is expected there will be in-
dividual and team representation
from the Albrook-Curundu Ju-
nior Rifle Club, the Balboa Gnn
Club Junior Division, and the
Cristobal Junior Rifle Club.
The individual competition, ten
shots prone and ten shots stand-
ing, will be fired first followed by
team competition on the same
course of fire. Results of the
match will be sent to National
Rifle Association Headquarters in
eompetition'with scores from ap-
proximately 566 affiliated Junior
rifle clubs representing nearly
2566 shooters; classified teams
represent scholastic, non-schol-
astic, military, and girl team
groups, from throughout the en-
tire t'nited States and from Ha-
waii.
Individual high score national-
ly will decide the winner of the
Morgan Trophy and high team
score nationally will receive the
coveted Alamo Trophy.
A luncheon wlll.be served at
the Elks' Home for the shooters
and the officials following the
n Featured Best Ball Thriller
The sure hots, Matt Shannon |
and Doc Mitten, squeezed1
through to a one-up victory on
the 18th hole over Defending Tl- '
Ueholder Johnny MacMurrav and |
Jaime de la Guardia yesterday In
the featured Championship j
Flight match in the 1951 Nation-
al Distillers Best Ball tournament
being held at the 8ummlt Hills
Clb. ._ .
Shannon-Mitten had a best |
ball of 68, Just one better than |
the kingpins, and the battle was
decided In classy style on the fin-
al green when old Eagle Eye
Shannon rammed home a birdie
In another outstanding match.
Ernestlto de la Guardia and
young Joaqun upset the tough
first flight duo of Al Saarlnen
and Eddie Durham, winning one
up In 36 holes. i
Fred Humbert and Juan de la >
Guardia went 36 holes too but I
they still were unable to settle
the match with Krlske-McKln-1,
ney, finishing all even. A playoff
has been arranged for Thursday.
Both female entry combines
were eliminated while the Junior
1 up
Mahone-Harley
Reed-Olsen.
Robinson-LeBrun 4-3
Engelke-P. Cooper.
Second Flight
Colllns-Oetman 4-3 over Pilll-
od-Gerhardt.
Gove-Vye 3-2 over Huff-Des-
Londes.
Hammond-Hinkle, defaut from
Smith-Anderson.
over Arnold-Berry 2-1 over Trlm-
; Ely.
over R- ~ .
Daniels-8ears 1 up over Glick-
enhaus-GUckenhaus.
Rodrlguez-Heurtematte i 1 up
after 38 holes over Tettenburn-
Courvllle.
Youngbloot-Boettcher 4-2 oyer
Winberg-Welburn.
Jones-Lawler 8-4 over Keenan-
Taylor.
er with the medal awards and
brassards given by the NRA to
the individual and team winner
of the tournament.
Cristobal All-Stars, like the serv- ert skee > Rlegel was second with before him.
Ice teams, are unknown quanti-
ties.
Aussie Olympic
Official Denies
?56 Cancellation
Mil.KOt KM- April 11 tT
', Roy E. Tanner, secretary of the
Olympic Organizing Commit-
tee, in a statement intended to
'end the international uncer-
taint v about the Melbourne
'.Olympic Games in 1956. said:
."Australian Olympic officials
want every country in the
'world to know that the Games
will be held in Melbourne as
scheduled."
"The only doubts about the
1986 Olvmpics are the doubts
'of politicians. I ask the world
of amateur sports to disregard
political statements about the
games. If the present state gov-
ernment finance >: withdrawn.
It will he found elsewhere," he
concluded.
282
As he donned the pool-table
green coat symbolic of the Mas-
ters title and shook hands with
limping Bobby Jones, the foundr
But a gallery of almost 12.000,
who thrilled to the pint-sized
Texan's victory knew that Ben's
achievement was a great deal
more than golfing skill. He had
gone all the wav back from a
near fatal auto accident in 1949
and won two of his three prize
events- the U, S. Open and the
Masters, within the last year.
Hogan started the day one
stroke back of the co-leaders of
_. _.. j..-- I the third round. Riegel and Sam
^?eov.annU^,LFlcnnH hv Snead. Snead blew his game aft-
Golf Tournament sponsored by '
Annual Elks Handicap
Slated for Saturday
Lodge No. 1414 will be held at
the Gamboa Country Club on
Saturday, ADrll 14, for members
of the Balboa and Cristobal
Lodges.
er driving into a lake on the back
I nine but Riegel. in his finest
I showing since he turned pro just
! over a year ago. shot a 71 and
Hogan needed to shave two
strokes off par to beat him. He
., n _. i shaved off four strokes In an hls-
Startlnaz. me. 8.00 a m toric performance by the little
There will be a Flah Fry and ,ron mKan
presentation of prizes commenc-
ing at 1:00 p.m. Plenty of Elks
milk for participants and their
)adie..
Entry fee will be $1.00 per per-
son.
All entrants are requested to
register at their lodge prior to
Tuesday. April 10.
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Exhibition
Results
BT UNITED PRESS
St. Louis
212 03O 03011 13 2
San Antonio (.Tex.i
001 200 101 5 13 1
Procopio Herrera, Dick Starr
(21. Stubby Overmire <7> and Les
Moss; Turley. Hyde <4>. Freels
(7i and Mancuso. Johnson (7>.
WPStarr. LPTurley.
1El Mono $3.60, $2.40, $2.20.
2Juan Huincho $8.80. $4.80.
3 Aqu Estoy $2.80.
Third Race One-Two: (El Mo-
no-Juan Huincho) $35.
FOURTH RACE
1Raymond $6. $2.60, $2.20.
2Opex $2.60, $2.20.
3Cacique $2.60.
Fourth Race Quiniela; (Ray-
mond-Opex) $ti.M.
FIFTH RACE
1Grito y Plata $4.20, $2.80.
2Amazona $2.80.
SIXTH RACE
1Phoebus Apollo $5.80. $4.80.
2Rathlin Light $4.80.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Betun $18.60, $6.40.
2Charles 8. $3.20.
Second Doubles: (Phoebus Ap-
ollo-Betun) $75.
EIGHTH RACE
1Blido $4 20, $3.20. $2.80.
2Own Power $5.20. $3.40.
3Nljinsky $3.40.
Eighth Race Quiniela: (Bolido-
Own Power) $12.46.
NINTH RACE
1 Arabe II $18.60, $7 20. $3.
2Riding East $4.80, $2.40.
3Armeno $2.40.
Ninth Race One-Two: (Arabe
II-Riding East) $85.86.
TENTH RACE
1Mr. Espinosa $5.20. $2.40.
2Casablanca $5.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Batan $4.40, $3.20. $2.20.
2Robin Hood $4, $3.40.
3- Eloina $2.20. '
tournament. Merchandise awards tandem of Hlnkle and Hammond
purchased by the Elks Lodge will; got on by forfeit.
be presented at this time togeth- The resulto:
Championship Flight
Mill en-Shannon 1 up over J.
MacMurray-J. de la Guardia.
G. Rlley-P. Trim, Jr., 2-1 over
Halligan-Barr.
Graham-J. Smith 3-2 over:
i Maury Muller-tno partner>.
Lewter-Moran 1 up over Galin-
do-Chandeck.
Medinger-Corsale 1 up over C.
' MacMurray-Schmltt.
Thompson Hochstedler (21st
hole sudden-death) over Bubb-
Spain-Qerrans 3-1 oyer Den-
linger-Hunslcker.
First Flight
DeLuca-Holll 4-3 over Boram-
Lombrola.
C. de la Guardla-O-. de la Guar-
dia 4-3 over McCaughey-Halley.
Nttssbaum -Forrest 2-1 over
Lawson-Prlngle.
Bishop- Wichmann 2 1 over
Judson-Trim, Sr.
B. de la Guardia. Jr. and J. de
la Guardia 1 up on 36 holes, over
Saarinen-Durham.
Humbert-Juan de la Guardia
(Tied after 36 holes i with Krls-
ke-McKlnney.
Derby Choices
To Clash Today
At Jamaica'
NEW YORK. April 9 (UP)A
coming out party for three lead-
ing Kentucky Derby candidates
la the big event at Jamaica Race
Track today.
STUDEBAKER 1951
r~ *
We have a few 1951 Studebakers for
deliveries in the Canal Zone in two
weeks on a direct shipment.
CENTRAL AUTOS, S. A.
36 Jote Francisco da la Oat* Avt.
The entry list for the prospect
Ively en
includes Battle-
iurse a comparati
owauce race
field. Uncle Mlltie
Stretch.
ely cheap al-
tle-
Big
and
Philadelphia (Ai
001 003 300-7 11 1
Baltimore (Int.i
000 001 0001 4 1
Bobby Shantz and JoeTlpton;
Possehi. Groth (7, Hansen <8>.
Payne '9' and Anderson. LP
Possehi.
V Hoop League
Boston (A)
009 611 01220 16 3
Birmingham iSou.)
003 000 030 6 9 3
Chuck Stobbs. Ray Scarbor-
ough 16 and Buddy Rosar: Per-
ry, Eyre 13, Freeman (3), Yoch-
Irn (4> and Ryan
LFPerry.
Cincinnati
302 000 001-6 10 0
Washington

100 000 000-1 1 1
Willie Ramsdell and Johnny
Pramesa; Bob Kuzava. Mickey
Harris <7> and Frank Sacka.
Mickey Grasso. LPKuzaya.
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Chicago 'Ai
400 011 000 6 10
Chicago 'Ni
020 010 1105 14
Cain. Judson Roblatt
Niarhos. Erautt; Mlnner. Schultz.
McLlsh. Dublel and Walker.
Philadelphia
112 040 10110 10 1
Philadelphia (A>
Pittsburgh.
200 140 200 9 12 2
Miller. Brlttin. Konstanty and
Semlnlck: Chambers, Queen and
McCullough.
Boston (Ni
104 212 004-14 15 1
Fort Worth
200 200 010 5 11 4
Fowler. Johnson and 8t. Claire.
McCahan. Daly and Bragan.
The Balboa Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. Warm-Up Basketball
League wlU start its 1951 season
on April 17. The following teams
have entered for the first round:
Headquarters 15th Naval. LTG T.
8. Welsh: Rodman (West Bank).
Robert J. McGrath: Special
Troops. Captain William S. Mc-
Artor; 5700th Air Base Squadron,
M-Sgt. Onder Oliver; 5700th
Maintenance Si Suoolv. M-Irwln
Bean: A.A.C.S. Albrook Field.
Captain E. A. Wldlund: 37th En-
gineers. Corpora! Wend land:
vp Unhrw i 504th. Fort Kobbe. Captain Her-
shel F. Lucht; U. S. Army Hospi-
tal, Fort Clayton, Corporal Rob-
ert Buchanan.
League tames will be held on
Tuesdtv. Wednesday, Thursday
and Fridav nights. The first
fame will start at 7 p.m. and
here will be two games each
night The league this year prom-
I lses to be faster than any In the
past several years. The games are
i open to the public and there Is
no admission charge.
Basketball officials who are ln-
; terested in handling games in
the Y.M.C.A. Warm-Up League
! and All-Service League will
1(1 i please call the Balboa Armed
i Services Y.M.C.A. 2-2839 and con-
tact Howard Demarest. Physical
Director. There will be a meet-
ing tonight (Monday) at 7
o'clock for officials and men who
would like to become officials at
the Y.M.C.A.
Boston (N> "A''
200 040 (1010016 14 3
Tulsa
300 042 0 2011 16 3
Hall. Estock. Cooper and Mu-
eller; JoUy. NuxhaU. Zlehler,
Walters and Williams.
In The
PANAMA AMERICAN
It's the first start of the sea-
son for all three who are rated
the colts to beat in next month's
run for the rosesi at Louisville.
Under the conditions of the slx-
furlong sprint, Battlefield and
Blp; Stretch share top weight of
123 pounds, while Uncle Miltle
gets in with only 117 pounds.
Two other Derby candidates
Lord Putnam and Pur Sangwill
strut their stuff In the same
race. But the real attraction will
be the showing of the big three
the colts who led the way in
last year's two-year-old racing.
Battlefieldowned by George
Widenerearned his champion's
rating by winning seven major
stakes last year. The colt won
more than $198.000, the largest
amount ever collected by a two-
year-old colt.
Uncle Miltle, too, has won his
share of races. Last year he took
first money in the Champagne
and Wakefleld Stakes. The bay
coltowned by J. J. Colando
showed he's ready in workout last
week, when he turned six fur-
longs in 1:114-5.
Big Stretch, a well-bred son of
Eight-Thirty, is owned by the
Green tree Stable. He chalked up
wins in the Pimlico Futurity and
the Keeneland Breeder's Futurity
last year. After a winter rest In
South Carolina he's reported
ready to pick up where he left off
last year.
Battlefield already holds victo-
ries over both Big Stretch and
Uncle Mlltie. The Widener colt
licked Uncle Mlltie in Xhe Sap-
ling Stakes at Monmouth Park,
and nosed out Big Stretch In the
Belmont Futurity. However, nei-
ther race called for a high-weight
over a distance, such as the Der-
by, which Is run at a mile and
one-quarter.
Three of the leading Jockeys
will be aboard in today's race.
Eddie Arcaro has the assignment
on Battlefield, Hedlev Wood-
houie will be up on Uncle Mlltie,
and Ted Atkinson will ride Big
Stretch.
All three colts are slated to
face each other again later in
the week, In the $20.000 Experi-
mental Handicap Number Two.
A champion on the comeback
trail has taken a step in the
right direction. Calumet Farm
Coaltown, delayed a trip back to
the pastures with a thrilling win
in the Art Sparks Handicap at j
Bay Meadows. Coaltown name
out of the pack to nip Special
Touch by a nose.
It was a great win for the fans
of the Calumet speedster Ear-
lier. Trainer Ben Jones had said
that unless Coaltown snapped
out of his slump, it would be back
to the grass country for a squire's
Ufe. That win changes the pic-
ture, and Coaltown will be
groomed for the rich summer
stakes coming up later this year
at Hollywood Park,
Panama All-Stars
To Meet CZ Cops
An all-star team from Pana-
ma's Commercial Softball Lea-
gue will meet the Pacifi? side
Canal Zone Police softball
team tomorrow night at Santa
Rita diamond.
Admission prices of five and
ten cents will be charged. The
Santa Rita ball park is located
on 17th St., East. Panam City.
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MISS JANET MARIA GLISSON, above, daughter of Captain
and Mrs. Charles Olan Glisson of Falls Church, Virginia, and
the Naval Ammunition Depot, Balboa, became the bride yes-
terday evening at the Walter Reed Memorial Chapel of First
Lieutenant Murray Valentine Haran, Junior. I'SMC. The
ceremony was performed by Chaplain James H. Terry.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned
In white organia over white satin. The low neckline was out-
lined with an inset of hand ruching and the ruching motif
also outlined the entire cathedral-length train and swirled
up the front of the dress. The evil of Brussels lace, also of
cathedral length, was fashioned over a small cloche and was
caught at each side of the face by clusters of white lilacs.
Attached to the bridal bouquet of white Holland lilacs was
an old Church of England prayer book loaned to the bride
for the occasion by a close friend of the family.
Mrs. Jack R. Tress, matron "f
honor, was gowned In a strap-
less, bouffant dress of white mar-
3r.isette and lace over pale laven -
er with a stole of white marqui
sette covering her shoulders. She
wore a picture hat of white lace
over white horsehair and carried
a mixture of lavender and white
lilacs.
The bridesmaids, who were
gowned in dresses of white over
blue, fashioned along the same
lines as that of the matron o
honor were Mrs. John E. Malone.
Mrs. George E. Erlkser), Mrs. Al-
bn t. .Lindall, Junior and Miss
Elizabeth-Ann ThOmjSson. They
wore picture hats of blue lace
over horsehair and carried lav-
ender lilacs.
Miss Charlotte Haran, niece of
the groom, was flower girl and
.was gowned In white organdy,
with a garland of white lilacs a-
round her head.
The mother of the bride wore
a dress of Imported gray French
lace, and a waist corsage of vio-
lets. The mother of the groom
was gowned in pale blue and
wore a corsage of orchids.
Best man for his brother was
First Lieutenant Henry H. Har-
an, USAF and ushers were First
Lieutenants Albn L. Lindall. Ju-
nior and John J. Hoffman, U3MC
and Lieutenants (Junior grade)
Alan S. Garner and Robert Fos-
ter U8N.
Twelve marines in dress blues
from Lt. Haran's detachment a
Norfolk formed an honor guard
during the ceremony, standing
at alternate pews on each side of
the aisle. They formed the arch
of swords for the bride and groom
as the couple left the airar.
A reception followed the cere
mony at the Walter Reed Offi-
cers' Club.
Mrs. Haran was graduated
from the George Washington
University with a major in philo-
sophy and Is a member of the
Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity.
She attended the Sorbonne In
Paris last fall and returned from
there in January to be with her
family In the Canal Zone prior 10
her marriage.
Lt. Haran, son of Mr. and Mrr.
Murray Valentine Haran of
Ki.iston. North Carolina, atten-
ded Davidson College prior to his
entry into the Marine Corps. He
was stationed at Marine Head-
quarters here on the Isthn.ns
from May. 1948 until March. 1950.
For her travelling costume,
I Mrs. Haran chose a suit of navy
I blue trimmed in white faille, ac-
; cessorles of navy blue and white,
and a corsage of camellias.
i After a wedding trip to Miami
jand Havana. Lt. and Mrs. Hat-
! Ian will reside In Norfolk, where
Lt. Haran Is now the commancl-
I lng officer of the Marine Detanh-
I ment for the commander In chief,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
Returns from Pern
The Ambassador of Peru to
Panama and Dean of the Dlplo-
, matic Corps here, Dr. Emilio Or-
tiz de Zevallos. has returned from
a short trip to Lima.
Arrival of
New Spanish Ambassador
Met at the airport early this
morning, by a group of the Span-
ish Colony In Panama, the new
Ambassador of Spain, his wife,
and his son, arrived from Quito,
: Ecuador, his former post. They
are Rafael de los Caseres. Count
I of Rabago. the Countess of Ra -
! bago, and Pi de los Caseres, who
I la to be Secretary of Embassy.
Girl Scout Class
Completes Work
In Homemaking
The Tenderfoot class of Troop
28, Girl 8couts entertained the
rest of their troop and their mo-
thers with an afternoon tea last
week. The girls put on their par-
ty In order to complete their
homemaking field work for the
second class requirements.
For entertainment, different
phases of the Tenderfoot require-
ments were portrayed by the girls
with Barbara Lee Hichman act-
ing as mistress of ceremonies.
Those girls who participated in
this part were: Jeannette Bowk-
er. Shirley Tillman, Barbara
Bishop. Linda Hosklns, and Jean-
ette Egllngton.
Other entertainment was pro-
vided by the girls who were work-
ing in the sports-and games field.
Participating in this were: Linda
Morton. Barbara Bishop, and
Joyce Hosklns.
Refreshments were served by
the Tenderfoots which also in-
cluded: Mary Lou Jordan. Becky
Lane. Kay Mongan, Meyla Dew,
Mary Walters, and Marian Smith.
The girls were directed by Miss
Joan Baron, junior assistant
leader, who was assisted by Miss
Pat Neckar.
Something Very NEW
LEATHER SHOES in all the modern colors
Tangerine
Chartreuse
Sunset Pink
Aqua
Fushia -
Orchid
Lilac
Yellow
Green
Melon
ALSO in Linen for Dyeing (No charge for dyeing)
All sizes from 4 to I.
No. 5 3Sth Street
Panam
Sibert-Smlth Engagement
Announced In Washington
Brigadier General and MM. Ed-
win L. 81bert yesterday in Wash-
ington, D.C.. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Lau-
ra Cary, to Captain Albert Cow-
per Smith Jrvof the 45th Me-
chanized Cavalry Squadron at
Fort Clayton. Oeneral and Mrs.
Slbert and their daughter resid-
ed on the Isthmus several years
ago during his tour of duty nere.
Captain Smith Is a son of Major
General and Mrs. Albert Cowper
Smith of Fort Sheridan, Illinois.
Miss Slbert wat educated at
Miss Porter's School, Farming-
ton. Connectlcutt. and at M'.
Vernon Junior College. Captain
Smith it a graduate of GeorRv-
town University.
The wedding has been set for
June
7
General and Mrs. Porter
Hosts at Dinner
The commanding general Uni-
ted States Army Caribbean, Ma -
Jor General Ray E. Porter an*}
Mrs. Porter, gave a dinner Satur-
day evening at their quarters at
Fort Amador. Guests of honor ot
the dinner were Lt. Colonel
Jaime Polanla Puyo. Major Luis
Leyva G. and other officers of Una
Colombian Army who are visl'ors
here.
Mrs. Buckley Visits
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence John-
son of Balboa Heights have as
their house guest Mrs. Flovd
Buckley of Washington. D.C.. a
former resident of Balboa. Mrs
Buckley arrived last week nnn
will also visit Mr. and Mm.
James A. Lyons In Balboa before
returning to Washington.
Returns from Boquete
-
Floor Show Numbers
Will Liven Curundu
Block Party Friday
Jlmmv Dunn and his orches-
tra will provide the music for
the block party planned for Fri-
day evening by the Curundu Ci-
vic Council.
Proceeds from the dance, af-
ter expenses have been cleared,
will be donated to the current
Red Cross drive. Tickets are go-
In? rapidl yat 50 cents each.
Those who do not get tickets
ahead of time, may buy them at
the door. 1
Many special events have
been planned for the dance.
Harnett & Dunn, well-known lo-
cal dance team, will give exhi-
bitions of samba and rumba.
Danny Cox will sing some hit
tunes of the day, including Irish
ballads.
Hugh Howard will be on hand
to present the floor-show, which
will go on promptly at 10:30
p.m.
SPRINGFIELD. Mass. (UP)A
mobile x-ray machine will travel
north with the Pipeline bringing
natural gas to New England. En-
gineers of the Northeastern Gas
Transmission Co. said the x-ry
apparatus will be used to test fflg
welding flaws as the pipeline #
constructed. "
USED TO MAKE CHANGE; NOW SHE 8TRIPS-Frcrn change-
making in the lobby to stripping on-stage is the burlesque career
of dramatic student Jacque Erza, 20, of Oakland, Calif. Known
professionally as "CoUcUe." Jacque took a cashier's Job to help pay
her way through school, was talked into th strip act by her bou.
She likes her new Job very much, makes $50 a week and only has
to convince some members of her family that she was right to make
the change.
Mrs. Maenner B. Huff and her
daughter, Linda, returned yester-
day to Balboa after spending a
week with Mrs. Carl-Axel Janson
at her country home In Boquete.
Past Matrons Dinner
At Hotel El Panama
The Past Matrons' Association,
Order of the Eastern 8tar. gave
a dinner Saturday at Hotel El
Panama for past matrons and
their husbands and past patrons
and their wives:
Among those present were:
Mrs. Leah Dugan. Mr. and Mrs.
Worden E. French, Mr. and Mr-?.
E. L. Slocum. Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Freudlgmann. Mr. and Mri.
William Badders. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanford Churchill. Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Argo. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Egolf. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Clem-
ent, Mr, and Mrs. James Kenr.' -
dy. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Eb-
don. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ger-
chow. Captain and Mrs. John
Davis, Mr, and Mrs. E. W.
Schnake. Mr. and Mrs. B. Her-
ring, Mr and Mrs. H. H. Hick:;.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Culp, Mr.
and Mrs. H. V. Howard, Mr. and
Mrs George Fullman. Mr. and
Mrs. 8. R. White. Mr. and Mrs
Jack Sutherland. Mr. John Will-
iams, Miss Grace Williams, Mrs.
Matilda Neeley, Mrs. Minnie
House, Mrs. Cecil Banan. Mrs.
Peggy Ellis, Mrs. Pauline Skinner.
land spent the past week-end afr-
Banta Clara Beuch.
Mrs. Horns Honored
Mrs. C. William Homa was giv-
en a luncheon Saturday at the
Hotel Tivoll by Mrs. Edward Le-
vy and Mrs. Robert Nason. Mr*
Homa and her son, Bruce, will
leave April 15 to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Bryan Key, in Nas-
sau.
With Mrs. Homa the guest lUt
included: Mrs. Ignacio Molino,
Mrs. Roy Gllckenhaus, Mrs. Sam-
uel Friedman, Mrs. Joseph Scad-
ron, Mrs. Norman Scadron, Mrr.
Adela Major, Mrs. Adela Be'Us
and Mrs.- Dale Bishop.
American Society
Meets Tonight
The American Society of Pan-
ama will meet for Its annual elec-
tion of officers tonlpht at 7 on
the terrace of the Atlas Brewery.
Auxiliary Meeting Tomorrow
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Balboa Union Church will mee*,
at the Church parlors for break-
! fast at S am. tomorrow. Esther
. Circle will serve the breakfast.
i Mrs. Ernest Baker, guest speak-
er, will give a talk on "Cathedrals
! and the Faith of the English
I People." All women of the chuich
'are cordially Invited to the
breakfast and meeting.
At Santa Clara
Mrs. Arthur Norman Thayer,
Miss Beatina Alexander, Miss
Joan Corliss and Miss Mary New -
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Duplicate Bridge
Tonight at Diablo
All bridge players are invited
to take part in the duplicate con-
tract bridge tournament to be
played tonight at 6:45 at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouse.
ORDER EASY TO OBEY
SALT LAKE CITY (UPIA
local resident reporta that
while on vacation he spoiled
this sign atop the Shasta
dam: "This Is government
property. Do not remove!"
The California dam weighs a-
round 12,000,000 tons.
Senate Group Starts
Missfsippi Probe
Of US Job 'Sales'
JACKSON, Miss., April 9, (UP)
A Senate Investigating Sub-
committee will begin questioning
top pro-Truman leaders here to-
day to find out if federal Jobs are
being sold In Mississippi.
Committee member Sen. Karl
Mundt, R., S.D., said that the
committee has found evidence
that quite a number of Federal
jobs have been sold In Mississippi
in addition to those which caused
a Senate Investigation.
The Subcommittee is expected
to question top members of the
pro-Truman Democratic commit-
tee, including chairman Frank
Mize, Secretary Curtis Beasley
and former National Committee
Member Clarence E. Hood.
Mississippi has been divided
into two Democratic committee
factions, the pro-Trumans and
State's Rlghters, since 1948 whe.i
Mississippi voted overwhelming-
ly state's rights.
Mississippi's Senators. Janus
Eastland and John Stennls, both
State's Rlghters, called for the
investigation on the floor of the
Senate after reporting "Irregu-
larities" in the selection of the
state's federal officials.
A Joint resolution was adopted
that called for an investigation
to find out if any corrupt polltl-
"I Influence had been exerted in
Mississippi and to whn' extent
federal Jobs have been "bartered
o.u.
Sen. Mundt said that he be-
lieved that the blame for the sell-
ing of Jobs, ranging from pot
office positions to the price con-
trol board, will be traced to (ha
"usual Influence peddlers In
Washington.
Mundt said the situation was
an outgrowth from the Dlxiecrals
vlctorv In 1948 when the pro-Tru-
man faction established its own
patronage committee.
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in a
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O Sole Mio
Louise Swafford
Organist
featuring alao
Paul Pretiz
Pianiat
Spirituals
Didn't It Rain
0* Glory Road
Sacred & Oratorio
The Lord's Prayer
It la Enough
Clarence Jonei
Trombonist
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BALBOA HEIGHTS
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Matil SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAT, APRIL 1851
The More You Tell... The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one or our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
75 words
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word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave.
rhonc 2-22SI
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de l.eaarpi
Panama
MORRISON'S
No. 4 rourlh of Jul) A\.
PhOM 2-9441
BOTICA CARLTON
14 058 MeUndez Ave.
Puone >S5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. i.i WtM I2t Strati
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. S7 "H" Strael Panama
No 12.139 Central Av*. Culo -
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE 1948 Ponlioc Converti-
ble, hydromalic 8 W/W tires, ra-
dio' heater, new top. excellent con-
dition. CM 2-2768. House 1513-D
Bolboo._____________
FOR- SALE:Studeboker DeLuxeSe-
don purchased new March iv'tv
' leather, clock, overdr.ve., Excellent
cond.tion. 4 good tires one^ fair
duty paid $1.400. Phone 2-0369
or Tropical Meters. _________
FOR SALE:'49 l-iick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Ccco Solo 302.
FOR SALE
Household
FQ.R SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile 8
hydramotic, four door Sedan ex-
cellent condition. Tel. 2-lilW.
House 1465-C Holdenjt., Balboa.
" OR -SALE: 1941 Chrysler. Club
Coupe, white sidewall tires, new
Silvertcne radio, insuronce I9?l.
" only $200. Can be fmonced. Co
81-3143 between 3 p.m. ond
"pm. Ask for Pfc. St. John._
II
FOR SALE:Stateside bedroom suite
$100; set Peruvian crystal $5P;
Portable Typewriter $30. Phone
83-6226 after 8 p.m.____________
FOR SALE:Larcje size Norge gas,
range. Best otter takes it. Calle
50 No. 23. Apt. 8. _____
FOR SALE:9 ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator, 25 cycle, almost 4 yrs.
guarontee. Condition perfect $200.
1574-J Gaviln Rd. Balboa.
FOR SALE:New electric automatic
stove, new portable washer, golva-
nized wash tub, golvanized 55
gollon tonk, new handmade ham-
mock, small rugs tools, phonograph
20 records and 20 booklets course
in English. Francisco de la Ossa
No. 30, Apt. 12. ^^^_________
FOR SALE:Bargain! Leaving for
States, washing machine, Philco
refrigerator, stove, bedroom suite,
livingioom, oil in excellent condi-
tion, like new, coll morning. Ave.
Nacional No. 30. Apt. 2.
OR" SALE-Plymouth 1950 DeLuxe ,_
'"!rrS SWOT e FOR SALE:_5 piece mahogany bed-
miles, duty paid. S2.
ol the Gorgos Laboratory from 8
4 r>m. or coll Balboa
a.m. to
::;"446.
p.m.
room set. New Simmons beouty rest
mattress, excellent condition. Must
sell, leoving. Phone 443-J, Colon.
Big Four Deputies
Begin Sixth Week
01 Agenda Talks
- PARIS, April 9 (UP).- e-
. aulles of the Big Four Foreign
Ministers began their sixth week
ot talks toaav with deepening
pessimism an among the West-
ern delegations about the i
chances of an East-West agree- |
"taent on an agenda for a Bor-|
ti-m Ministers conference.
""The whole issue has now Doll-
ed down to the question of
'Whether any agreement Is pos-
" sible on the level of armaments
"and arms cuts by the Big Four,
i he West insists that the gen-
eral level of armaments in
''.Europe, Including those off the
Soviet satellites, must be ex-
.'.arnined before there Is any
question ol reducing arms.
The Russians Insist on talk-
ing first about reduction of the
aimed lorces of the Big Four
alone, and argue that if the big [;
powers disarm the rest will fol-
1 'few
The Russians also insist on
giving top proirity to the dis-
cussion of German disarma-
ment.
. 1 .These debates have shown
that even if the deputies suc-
ceed in finding some sort of a
compromise formula for
LESSONS
Instruction m voice placement, poise,
and stage presence. Danny Cox
Studio. Call 273 -6283 nights.
Learn to dance waltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tongo, m o m b o ,
Charleston. Bolboa YMCA Tuesday,
Thursday. Saturday all day. Hornett
O Dunn. .
Wanted Position
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hav* a drinkin problem?
Writ* Alcohlica Anonymoui
loa 2031 Ancn, C. Z.
For Memoriol Doy. Reduced prices,
I0o on oil head stones in Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month.
No. 52 "B" Street Casimiro Mo-
reno, Ponami. Tel. 2-2656.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALfct High gloss oil point
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gollon. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR SALE:1946 model, 85 h.p.
Globe Swift Airplane plus equip-
ment 86 hours since overhauled,
licensed until March 1952. Aero-
motic, primary bund, always han-
gored, new condition, owner leav-
ing. Steal at $1200. Call 83-6210
or 2-3376 day or night.
FOR SALE: SKAT-THIEF burglar
olorm for cars only $5.00. Stop
worrying about your tires and car.
Radio Colidonio, 126 Centrol Ave.
Phone 2-1 326.
RESORTS
Gromlich's Sonto Cloro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Sonta Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonto Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
'"OR RENT: Modem 2 bedrooms
aportment. In newly constructed
building, tor furthei details call
Mndez > 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS lor rent
Modern furnished and unfurnished
opartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386. Colon.
FOR SALE:Radio and record ployer,
child's chest-mirrors, kitchen stools,
miscel I a n e o u s household items.
0556-A Chogres Street, Ancon
2-3690.
EXPERIENCED SECRETARV. Bilingual
Steno and Correspondent. Box 818.
Ancon.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTID: Male Btlldog to sire
English Bulldog. Please call office
hours 2-3059.
WANTEDSand box, book and toy
shelves, large wooden table. Tel.
2-6413.
Toll Climbs Higher
n Reds' China-wide
Purge Slayings
HONG KONG, April 9 (UP)
The Chinese Communist blood
purge which started in east and
south China late February has
fij^saj^s & gr-
most out of the question.
Undertaker Goes
In Red On Funeral
For Woman, Age 101
The
sieadlly.
death toll mounts
Official Red Chinese news a-
gency Uispattnes Hum west and
northwest China report the ex-
ecution of large groups of coun-
l ter revolutionaries in SI a n,
Chungking and linhua.
I The agency earlier reported
mass slayings in Shanghai,
'nentsin, Peiping, Swatow and
WILHITE La.. April 9. (UP> -- Canton.
* Mrs Phoebv Kine, 101. was our- | The official reports cover on-
& today with the quiet dignity *. coup e of hundred vJcUjr
that she planned and paid for ten
"years age.
She rested In the casket she if -
rected. her favorite pastor nav
but admit these are only the
"most flagrant examples." The
total Is undoubtedly much
higher.
'these official reports also fall
the eulogy and funeral direr.or" Q mentlon the C0Untryside ex-
C. A. Hall of Monroe. La sain jecutions whicn judging from
"It was Just like she warned. independent reports, outnumber
H ill lost money on the funr.r.l. [he more spectacular urban
Inlten years, the price of a fun- j siyings.
eral has lumped considerably. xhe Reds have a virtually
Mrs. King first came to see Hah bottomless supply of potential
when she was 91. She had tj. i victims "reactionary" officials
cash to pay for the kind of bur- Iconected with the former re-
ial she wonted, but Hall thought gime, "imperialist espionage a-
|t was "a little unusual" to ac-gejits" who are being constaiu-
rept advance pavment for UB- & discovered, as well as any
eral'. He asked his attorneys a- number of teudal landlords.
hm ii I There Is also no statute of
Thev said it was completely i imitations The Reds a" rak-
,ega, and so I sat down and.:tf, J^ jCgV^rs agoT
ed .things over with Mrs. Klnp
T|e arrangements were mrde
qifkly. and she paid cashtv-
erv penny of it." Hall said
Meetings Discuss
f nil. V| i>, linn a** 0 _|
He estimated taht the kind of ReCrefltlOII PlQilS
iuneral Mrs. King had has jus, a- "T _
bout doubled in cost in the astl Pqi- Ngxt SUiTHTier
0CC&QC
."But I'm not thinking aboutj meetlngs being held to
that." Halll said. "What fm con- ^V^miiS recreation pro-
cerned with is the fact thiu I( al DiaDl0 eights and
know 1 carried out my part of tne ,|alboa were announced today by
contract well. Mrs Q Q Palker. corodinator
of. the summer program.
The meeting for the Diablo
program will be held at '
FOR SALE:Mogic Chef gas itove.
Underwood Typewriter, baby crib,
stroller, playpen. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
Rescue Crews Bore
Through Rock. Ore
To Free 2 Miners
EVELETH, Minn., April 9 (UP)
Rescue crews bored through
rock and iron ore today still hop-
ing to save two miners trapped
by a cave-In 400 feet beneath the
surface of the Spruce Iron Mine.
But a seach hour passed the
hope grew fainter. The miners
were trapped yesterday when
tons of rock, earth and ore cut
off their escape from a dead-end
shaft.
Authorities believed the men
had escaped being burled alive
but feared they might suffocate.
Volunteer crews boring In from
two directions had been digging
for 24 hours and faced the grim
prospect of boring and chipping
lor maybe 24 hours more before
reaching the entombed men.
One team trying to bore
through the blocked shaft stlH
had at least 15 feet to go.
Another group was chipping
frantically through 20 feet of
rock.
But authorities refused to give
up hope. They said two men si-
milarly trapned a year ago were
taken out alive.
Do?-tlred rescuers, working in
short relays, used elec t r i c a 1
Z;rnr>lni machines In the bloek-
rl shaft, but much of the work
had to be done by hand.
As the rescue teams inched
forward, other workers shored up
the wplls to prevent further
cave-i"s.
On the surface, an ambu'nnre
sto^d hv rendy to take the trap-
ped miners to a hospital.
Uer^U.. SrHllltz
rto Tn Wash-r^n
For Traw*rt Meet
CaDtaln R. P. Bertschv. Chief
of the Navitation, Division at
Crist orr) and Worren O. Sehulta,
Insoector of Hulls and Boi'*i>\
are in Washington, D.C.. thl-.
week.
Thev are attendlnr ft commi'-
tce meetlni of the Division of
Transportption of the American
Petroleum Institute, belnehelrt 'o
consider the revision of Panama
Canal tanker regulations to coin-
cide more nearly with Coast
Guard rceiilntlons.
Thev left Friday bv air and are
oxnected to return this Pridv
In the absence of Captain
Bertsehv. CnDtain M. J. West is
acting as Chief of the Navlrat!o.i
Division in addition to his duties
rs Bnlboa Porf Captain.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Aportment for rent,
279 Centrol Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Panam.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
living diningroom $60.00. 56 Ave.
Porra. Key Apartment 3. Phone
3-0841.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment
sitting-diningroom fumiihe' $65.
All screened. Entronce of San Fran-
cisco. Information Phone 3-0234.
FOR RENT:Apartment in concrete
residence, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, bedroom, patio. $45.00
monthly. Lo Pradera corretera Los
Sabanas. Tel. 3-2796 opposite ga-
soline station. Parque lefevre.
FOR RENT:In Vista del Mor, smoli
oportment. Cool, quiet and nice
view. Phone 3-0276.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished oport-
ment including electric refrigerator
ond stove. All screened, tiled. Good
surroundings. Near SAS Store, si-
tuated 112 Via Belsono Porras.
$55.00. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:For 2 or 3 months from
Moy 15th furnished apartment,
2 bedrooms. Bella Vista, No. 7,
51st Street. Phone 3-0881.
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THE BEST FOR LESS
FOR RENT: Furnished oportment,
eptire top floor at 50th Street No.
30 Bella Visto; two bedrooms;
lovely front and bock porch; in-
cludes all kitchen and tableware
and linens, etc.; also automotic
washing machine, freezer, radios
ond all conveniences. Available
from April 15th for over three
months. Call Mr. Halmon ot Pa-
nama 3-0383 or 3-2664.
FOR RENT: Apartments, one lorge
one smoll bedrooms, also single
rooms with bath. Apply 44th St.,
House 9, Apt. 2. 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-
ment, diningroom, kitchen, ser-
v.ces; all well furnished. Abso-
lutely independent. Porking drive
way. $60.00 monthly. Look for
chalet ot 121 Paitillo road.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 0 p.m
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Tel. 2-2252, Dr. Morles.
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FOR RENT:To desitable people;
furnished, lorge double, clean ond
cool room. Modern convenience.
Hot water and phone. Peru Ave.
No. 65. lower left.
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, beouti-
fully furnished rooms with all con-
veniences. Ave. Mexico 69 neor
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
Gov. Newcomer Back
From Washington
p.m. Tuesday at the Diablo
v. F. K. Newcomer return- school Gymnasium. People ii'.m
edalo the Canal Zone this morn- Albrook Field and Curundu are
aboard the SS Ancon of :espe:lally urged to attend this
Panama Line. He was ac- meeting because the decision
nairied by Mrs. Newcomer, will be made at that time as to
[ey were met at the ship by whether or not the children
bv. H. D. Vogel and crossed from those communities will
Isthmus by special scoot-: take part in the Diablo or Bal-
"arriving at the Balboa sta- boa summer programs,
tlon about 10 a.m. The Balboa meeting will be
-The Governor has been in held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Wrshington to attend a meet-!the Balboa Gymnasium and in-
|ng of the Panama R-'-d e;. .-,'. I persons from Fort Ama-
Bosrd of Directois an i to an- 15th Navrl District ar>
pear befo the I use Ap- .o.- ,y Heights are asked toa.
propii.iti'm commute*. Itend.
^njvn Sends Delegation
To Buy Australian Grain
MELBOURNE. April 9. (UP> -
A Spanish delegation arrived
here todav to meet the Australian
wheat board. It reportedly wanU
to buy a lartre quantity of Aus-
tralian wheat.
FOR RENT:Comfortoble furnished
room, best surroundings. All con-
veniences. Bella Vista No. 13
43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room privte
entrance and both, very cool. Bello
Visto. Tel. 3-1648.
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lots roa SALT
Dawn Payment $!.
Manthlv Payment SIS
[.OTS on Paved Street from J1 00
q. Meter
Tor Rent: Heavy Equipment for
round leveling.
Wr Kent l.oin on Lone Term*
U^lubja^3andI^Vejlii>
Mrs. B. E. Wriqht
To Direct Guild's
Show'Dover Road'
Mrs. Bertha E. Wright of Salt
Lake City and Los Angeles is til -
lectlnr; the Theater Guild's pro-
duction of A. A. Milne's play,
"Dover Road." The presentation
will he Wednesday and Thursday,
April 25 and 26.
Mrs. Wrieht has devoted much
of her life to the theater.
She is a graduate of the Amer-
ican Academy of Dramatic Art in
CarneRle Hall. New York. She naa
also studied and worked In the
University of Southern California
and has worked with the Pasa-
dena Community Theater.
Mrs Wright has directed p'ays
In 8n'i.ia*o. Chile, and has |U4t
rome from "'an Jo-e. Costa Rici*
heie she directed "Dear Ruth."
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at factory prices.
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CAMERA STORE
LobbvEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
Only Political Settlement Can
End Korean Conflict Ridgeway
BV RUTHERFORD M. POAT8
EIGHTH ARMY FORWARD
HEADQUARTERS, Korea, April 9
(UP) Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridg-
way said yesterday that only a
political settlement can end the
Korean war.
The commander of United Na-
tions ground forces said no end
to the Korean war Is In sight un-
less such a settlement Is reach-
ed.
"I have no personal knowledge
of negotiations for a political set-
tlement," he told a press confer-
ence at his forward heaaquar-
ters.
Rldgway warned the Allies to
abanaon the Idea of an end to
the war against Communism.
"There is nothing transitory,
nothing temporary about the
Communist determination to-
destroy us completely," he said.
"This for the Communist lead-
ers is an all-out life-or-death
struggle. They have not varied
their objectives. They may vary
their tactics, timing strategy-
yesbut their objectives, nev-
er."
WHEN THE 45TH NATIONAL GUARD DIVISION transited
the Canal recently. Major General James C. Styron, left,
Commanding General, of Hobart, Oklahoma, received a warm
greeting from a friend of long standing, Lt. Colonel W. C.
Garrison, third from left, USARCARIB's Asst. G-l. Other of-
ficers of the 45th Division who were welcomed were Lt. Col.
Hoodrow W. Cook, second from left, G-l; and Major Henry
Mclnerney, right, Asst. G-2, both of Oklahoma City.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Lt.-Uea. Matifii Ida-way
HUNDSON, Mass., April 9 (UP)
'A frail, five-foot murder de-
fendant allegedly told police to-
day he "bashed" his huskier sis-
Ridgway said the 8th Army still
holds the initiative in the Ko-|
rean war and ntends to keep the
pressure on the Communists.
He conceded that if the Com-
munist "wants to exercise his
advantages by virtue of his supe-
rior numbers and his complete
disregard for human Hie, he may
make a penetration.
"But lt doesn't give me any
concern whatever. I am quite
sure that everybody In the 8th
Army believes that If he gets a
penetration we will check it and
destroy lt."
Ridgway said the next major
move in Korea was up to the' left by another brother.
Communists, but declared he
would continue to fight a war of
maneuver.
Frail Murderer Used Bottle
To Bash Big Sisters Head
The four-day search for th
suspect since his sister's body
was found In their Hudson homo
had led police > to watch his
ter to death with a milk bottle i friends in" Rhode Island wher
because "she was stronger than he formerly worked.
I was."
"I had to defend myself," po-
lice quoted 100-pound Oscar Des-
roslers, 56, who allegedly con-
fessed slaying his sister Mrs.
Lena H. Soucle, 52, in an argu-
ment over $1.000 in
Desrosiers was returned to>
Hudson and Jailed for arraign-
ment on a murder charge la
Marlboro District Court tomor-
row.
"I am not going to take a de-
fensive position, except tempo-
rarily. To stand and fight is in-
viting destructon."
"She grabbed me and scratch-
ed my face," Desrosiers was quot-
ed. "She kept on scratching me.
As she was stronger than I was.
I was going under. She said:
'Oscar, your name is no good
I'm going to get you.'
"I'm glad it's all over," arrest
insurance ln8 officers quoted him. "I'm
glad you fellows found me.. My
sister wanted to kill me. I'm sura
of that. But Just the same, she
was a of a good kid."
Rldgway gave a realistic ap-
praisal of the strength of Chinese
and North Korean forces includ-
ing the possibility of strong sur-
prise air operations.
He said the 8th Army's strength
was increasing, not in new or- j Desrosiers was seized at a Law-
ganizatlonal units, but in a grat- rence lodging House yesterday by
fylng flow of replacements fll state p^e wh0 sald they learn.
ing_ infantry regiments to their ed his whereabouts when he
"I picked up the milk bottle
and bashed her. The bottle broke.
I picked up the pieces and then
I went at her again... she was
dead when I left the house."
highest effective
war.
level of the
made a long-distance telephone
call to a friend in Rhode Island
He said the 8th Army now has
more artillery than ever before.
Rldgway said the Chinese
Communists were "well grouped
for offensive action down the j
Chorwon-Seoul axis, the Kumh- {
wa-Seoul axis or the central
Chunchon-Wonju route."
In estimating the enemy's next;
move he said, "We don't know i
Secret Arms Dump
Has TNT. Dynamite,
AA Guns. Bazookas
BALBOA-
CRISTOBAL
(Continued from Page 1> '
at Ht. Hope at 4:30 Friday after-
noon to carry the contest for th
coveted awards to their brother
unit and hosts for the evening,
the Balboa Cadet Corps.
The program for the evening
Is as follows:
7:00 p.m.Review of the Corpa
by Major General Ray E. Porter.
7:15 p.m.Individual competi-
tion. From the 25 outstanding
cadets, 5 chosen from each com-
pany at Balboa and Cristobal, th*
judges will select 3 to receiva
medals from the Canal Zone De-
partment of the Reserve Officers
Association.
7:45 p.m.Squad Competition.
The two best squads of five com-
peting will receive medals from
Balboa B.P.O. Elks No. 1414.
8:10 p.m.A brief demonstra-
tion by the special Drill Team of
Balboa High School, followed by
the first public appearance of
Cristobal's special Drill Team.
8:20 p.m.Platoon Competi-
tion. Selection of the best pla-
power. He cited their efforts to I
construct airfields in North Ko-
rea and prisoners claims that
the Reds were waiting for arm-
or, artillery and air
launching an offensive.
1.
The police did not say wheth-
before er the explosives had been
stored by Communists.
Ridgway said the Chinese with-
drawals In the last several weeks ;
whether It's going to be delayed I MILAN, April 9 (UP). Fed-
his form of defenseor attack. erai pouce found five tons of
So far as I know he has never nlgh explosives in the Pire^i
taken a defense position, mean- u lant nere yesterday.
ing to stay there."
_,. It was the biggest cache of
Rldgway said there had been arms anfi explosives found in
increasing reports the Commu-1,, _nc, of tne war toon of th* five competing for
nlsts were planning to use air |._/_. 57tn ,ound slnce March the award of a plaqueand lndi-
------- "- -'*- "-<.....-*- vidual ribbons by the Pacific Ci-
vic Council. The Platoon Leader
will receive a medal from the
Scottish Rite Bodies.
8:40 D.m Company Competi-
tion. With all five companies
comDeting. the best one will bo
selected and will receive a Dla-
oue and individual ribbons from
the Bplboa Junior is Senior Pa-
rent Teachers Association. Tho
wlnnine Company Commander
will receive a medal from tho
KMehts of Columbus.
9:00 p.m.Presentation of A-
vards by representatives of the
'onat.inT organizations. Imme-
diately following the presenta-
tions the Cade' Coror will pass
in review for the winners and
march ovt of the stadium.
Admission to the Field Day
exercises is free of chsne. Th
many friends of the ROTC unit
are urged to attend.
Burled under the floor of an
office where 100 girls work, the
probably were an attempt to get explosives consisted largely of
out of reach of Allied fire power
so they could refit, replace and
regroup.
He said the 8th Army's engi-
neering efforts has been the
biggest single factor in the suc-
cess of the Allied drive north.
"We think our intelligence is
good and getting better every
day," he said. "There is a steady
improvement in, the timeliness
and accuracy of our intelli-
gence."
barrels of black powder, sticks
of dynamite and packages of
TNT.
In another part of the plant
the police found three anti-air-
craft guns, seven bazookas, three
German anti-tank mines, a 15
gas masks and several thou-
sand rounds of ammunition, in-
cluding tracer bullets.
Little Maryland Town
Reverses Tax Trend
CHE8TERTOWN, Md., April
(UP iWashington budget-mak-
ers might take notice. The little
town of Chestertown i population
3,135) has reversed the trend and
made a sizeable slash In its tax
rate for 1951.
Mayor Philip O. Wllmer said
the new tax rate will be 40 cents
per $100. a cut of 25 cents from
RP Foreign Minister
Due Here Saturday
After DC Conference
WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP)
_ Panama's Foreign Minister
Carlos Brln Is expected to fly
home from here Saturday on his
return from a four-day visit to
New York.
He travelled to New York yes-
terday evening for a brief holi-
day after the two-week confer-
ence of American Foreign Min-
isters here.
the 1950 rate and the lowest rate his only scheduled activity
the town has en toyed since 1910. New York Is to at. end r^j
What's more, the town has a Am-rlcan P-ciety dinner lh
The Panamanian Embassv said
in
Pan
Retired Rail Man
Fred N. Reynolds Panama Brothers
Brought To Corgos Drown O"' Suburban
Hunting Trip
Fred N. Reynolds, retired As-
sistant General Manager of the
Big 4 (New York Central Rail-
way) was brought to Gorgas
Hospital today following his ar-
rival in Cristobal on the Pana-
m liner Ancon.
Reynolds became 111 soon af-
ter he and Mrs. Reynolds em-
barked In New York for a vaca-
tion on the Isthmus. An ambu-
A stagnant artificial pond la
an abandoned quarry in the Ma-
tas Hernandez suburb of Pana-
ma Olty late yesterday gave up
the bodies of two Capital City
lads who had drowned there
while on a hunting trip.
The boys were Ismael and Gus-
tavo Olivares, aged 12 and 13,
who had left home Saturday af-
ancemet the ship on Its arrival; ternoon with sling-shots.
and brought Reynolds to the Pa- When they failed to return to
clflc side.
their home at night, a search was
started.
The boys were the sons of Pro-
fessor Ismael Olivares, a teacher
cash balance of $84,395.
day evening.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
have visited the Isthmus on a
ihurs- number of previous occasions at the Melchor Laso de U veg
and have many friends hera. professional school.


MONDAY. APRIL 9. 1951
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Walter Winchell
In New York
A REPORTER'S REPORT TO THE PEOPLE
The following U part of an extortion letter tent by an under-
world figure i^rooUyn...ThU peroon jaUegedly) w in the
room at the tune gangster Abe Relea died escap ng from the
Half Moon Hotel. Coney Island, although "protected" by detectives
as a witness In the Murder. Inc. case... It Is all In the trial reacYd.
but no District Attorney (or law enlorcemente agency) ever did
anything about It. The text in part: "Why dont you get wise?
Do you know what I can do to you? I would have you pinched
right tomorrow If I want to. I guess agalnvou are "VtaR you are
too smart. What can they do I'm clean. Don t kid yourorfl .what
they know you'd be surprised. Thev are only waiting for me to
^UlwYtold you before. I'm stahdlng up and will stand up If
you are going to be alright with me. I'm In a tough spot, my wife
hasxiTgot aiguarter. I have everything In hock, all my suite, the
furniture also 1* on a loan. I guess may be you think that the Dis-
trict Attorney'! olflce takes care of me. Yes they do The,p*e
my wife 160 every two months. Well you see how can she get along
with that. I would have never mixed up with them guys if not for
your brother (name deleted). I was obligated, you know what I
mean.
"If you think that Is not true why dont you ask J. B. He
knows about that too. And tell him to give you that sixty-live dol-
lars. Well what Is good of telling you or explaining..rr,i In a tough
Spot like I told you. I'm going to give you EXACTLY ONI WEatC
to give my wife 200 dollars and five dollar every week. If you
don't I'm sorry. I'm going to. put you In with me. When my wife
{ives me a visit next week and tells me you dldn t give it to her as
rue as GOD you will be right with me. (Signature omitted by
WW). PS. There Is no sence of putting friend. (WW note: The P
Is how it was written). Tell Mr. Joe B. that goes the same way."
Abe Retas died about 7 a. m. In a fall or shore from
his hotel room on the moraine he was to go on the stand
in tho ease of The State of N. Y. versus Louis (Lepke)
Buchatter. Mendie Weiss and Louis Capone, charged with
the murder of Joe Rosen... Strange as is the death of
Roleseven stranrer is tho leek of investigation of key
witnesses. Mr. District Attorney. Isn't it true that the
writer of tho extortion letter slept in the sama room with
Rfles that night? Doesn't that lend weight to tho under-
world theory that ho killed Reles in return for protection
for tho rest of his Ufe? And lent ail this plausible in
view of the underworld talk that many police figures were
"partners" in Murder, Inc.?...The answers to these ejues-
tions aro so simple. Mr. District Attorneythat It must
have taken great ingenuityto avoid asking thorn.
The Kofauver Committee is headed for a report, which, by a
curious coincidence. Is the definition of the noise made by a blank
cartridge...Just why aro so-called crime commissions instituted
by politicianswhen there are dozens of grand jurieswho can
not only probebut Indict?.. .The people are weary of polticos
deploring crime; what they want Is a prosecutor who will do
something about It...A commission Is usually formed on the
theory that five men. who can't do anything with a hot potato,
can handle It better than one public official who can. Their fob
Is tp tos* the buckwhen it can't be passed any longer.
The shocking buss Is that one of the famed fingerpolnters
will eventually be In the same spot at F. Costello and Co.
Contrast In Americans: Corporal Red Cloud, Jr.. an American
Indian of Friendship. Wisconsin, gave his Ufe' for all of us In Ko-
rea last November.He leaves more than the record of his own
Sillantry. He leaves the living proof of the bravery of the U. 9.
rmyat a time when a Naval Chaplain challenged their courage
In the field.. .The facts are more simple In the telling than in the
acting. Badly wounded, Corporal Red Cloud. Jr.. acceptedto the
wordGeneral Walker's order last November to stand or die. That
was when we were being harriedtoward the sea. Red Cloud. Jr.
was shotbut he continued firing. He staggered to a tree and held
on to it with one arm. With his other arm he fired away at the
approaching enemy. His bravery under fire saved the rest of his
comrades In the 25th Infantry. His bravery made It possible for
them to carry the wounded to the rearand enabled his company
to regroup and avoid capture.
When the mother of hero Red Cloud. Jr.. receives his Con-
gressional Medal of Honorat the Pentagon todaywith It will
go the thanks of the American people. But as a mothershe will
know that the even deeper thanks of the mothers of the boys
carried to safetyare beyond the power of anv language or the
might of any nation to express...Mother Rod Cloud, there are
no words.
Labor Mew
And
Comment
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THt KtADItS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Msil BOB n o apen torttm foi reoaen of TH* Pirtomo Ameriten
Lstfsrt are received srottfully sod ara hoodies' In s wholly confidential
mmiu. \
M yea esorrlkota o lattar Wi bt imp.ti.nl If n o.tn't appeal Ida
not dot- letters ara pablWiaa' in the order received.
Haoae fry to kooo' the latter* limited to one poos lentth. __
Identify of letter writer it held in itrletest confidence.
Thai oawsaaoBT teumei BO raiponiibilfry tor rtatementa ar opinion
riptatood la lettota from roadart.
HOW TO RATE A JOB
Mail Box Editor: Conversation
overheard at the Army Civilian
Personnel Office between two
position Analysts. Joe a OS-10
and Bill a Ofl-8. Their boss Is An-
nie, a OS-lJ.
Joe: Well letl get busy rating
these Jobs.
Bill: Here Is Ruth J. a OS-2.
35 years old, expert typist and
stenogiapher, 14 years service,
always had an excellent rating. I
think she should be a 3 or 4.
Joe: No go. She Is not threat-
ening to quit, so why give her a
raise. At any rate she Is one of
those Civil Service employes and
that is out.
Bill: Jez, here Is Jennie Q., 19
years old, poor typist, does no su-
pervising, yet she has an excel-
lent rating and Is a OS-S.
Joe: You leave her rating a-
lone she Is L's girl friend at Co-
rozal and he is really brass.
Wouldn't surprise me if we got an
order to raise her to a GS-6.
Bill: Say when do I get my OS
9 I started In here over a year
ago and "haven't reached It yet
All I got Is a lousy 8.
Joe: You would have had It by
now if vou had known the snore.
This Job Is sickening. I can raise
or bust almost any employe I
wan' to, but If that's the way I
w.- it set up. Ill play ball
' ': So What. Just so I get my
G 9. Here is Ralph R. from
(>' m who Is appealing hi* OS-
4 r ''g He has a clean case for
s r 8.
: Will you never la
11 ever agree on an aprx.
People might make It a habit. No
he regains a S-4. I don't care
what he Is doing. $ $# here are
7 typists, all young, all with GS-
4 and higher ratings. Probably
overtime workers, 8 hours in the
office and 4 hours In Curundu.
Bill: What a mess I Let's take
sick leave and go down to Pana-
ma.
R. J. Mayb-s
SWEET MUSIC
Margarita, C.Z
Mall Box Editor:
I have never written to your
column beforebut I feel I must
say something In defense of the
young child who is learning to
play the accordion here In Mar-
garita.
One hears nothing but com-
plaints high prices, taxes, un -
satisfactory quarters etc. and
now some weak-minded boor had
the unmitigated gall to complain
about a child and his music les-
sons.
He signed himself "Hadenuff'
which apparently he hasnt
since he's still here. Seems like
those who kick and scream the
loudest stay the longest.
Much better to hear of teen-
age youngsters who boast of thru
prowess In stealing, ability to
drink great quantities of beer, etc
and have your peace and quiet
eh? Are the fights and drunken
brawls of some of our neighbors
much sweeter music to your ears?
I happen to know this little boy
".'io Is only 10 or 11 years old. an.,
would like to congratulate bis
-rents on the splendid lob they
e doing in bringing him up. To
.id there aren't more like them I
Centeated
By Victor Ritstl
Flanked by photos of forgers
and rapists, a faded circular
dangles from the walls of Fed-
eral buildings across country,
instead of the usual grim, lull
face and profile of some un-
shaven, prison numbered thief,
the circular exposes three views
of a famous snotgun which al-
most became the most nlstoiic
murder weapon In labor annals.
That lethal shooting iron has
been all but forgotten except by
a handful of people among
whom are the still horrified
wives of the labor chiefs, Walter
and Victor Reuther, whose
bodies were blasted and per-
manently disfigured. Among
these, too, are the delegates to
this week's Auto Union conven-
tion at Cleveland, who see their
chief. Walter Reuther, greet
platform guests with an awk-
ward, sldearm handshake of his
left hand. The right one still is
paralyzed. And also among those
who havenl forgotten ar* J.
Edgar Hoover and his FBL
Hoover hat seen to it that,
for over a year, the Bureau
har spent more time, money
ana agent-power trying to
solve the Reuther assassina-
tion attempts, than has been
spent on any case except a
/eio of the big atomic energy
and other national espionage
rtngs.
I have Just been reliably In-
formed that the FBI has spent
8,700 "agent-days" on the two
shootings and the attempt to
Snamite the United Automo-
e' Workers (CIO) headquart-
ers. With many agents still on
the case, this probe has cost the
FBI more than $250,000. And the
special FBI men still are plug-
ging through whatever leads
develop, although the Bureau
was drastically handicapped be-
cause It was not called in until
after the Dee. 20. 1M9, dynamit-
ing.
The agents Immediately hit a
"cold trail" that December. They
found that 350 neighbors of
Walter and Victor had already
been probed and re-probed by
other agencies Immediately af-
ter the shootings and by this
time were useless as potential
leads or suspects. They found
not one bit of physical evidence,
for even the original plaster
cast of the goon's footprints was
They found that the double-
barreled, 12 gauge shotgun left
outside Victor's house after
someone let him have It square
in the face, cutting away an eye
and part of the Jaw, was liter-
ally untraceable*. The weapon
was one of a batch of 20. which
was produced along with 750
similar guns, made In one fac-
tory.
That totalled 770 guns to
trace, and the assassin's weapon
had no serial-number. Further-
more, small retail hunting sup-
ply stores Just don't keep such
records. All this FBI probing, of
course, came 20 months after
Walter's attack, seven months
after his brother's shooting.
Furthermore, the FBI
couldn't use wire tapping, for,
under the civil liberties po-
licy followed by the Dipt, of
Justice, phone- conversations
can bt cut into only if the
crime suspected is espionage,
sabotage, kidnapping or ex-
tortion. This was set years ago
by a directive from Franklin
Delano Roosevelt. It must be
understood that no Amer-
ican's wire cam be tapped
without a full dossier first be-
ing prtttnted to the V. S. At-
torney General for hit special
approval in each cote, no
matter how swiftly even an
espionage investigation moves.
And that's the status, of the
Reuther case as Walter runs the
Auto Workers 13th Annual
Constitutional Convention.
Today he is In complete con-
trol. The Communists work
undercover Instead of from the
convention platfonl as they
once did.
Their commissar, Sol Well-
man, "National AUw-uoblle Co-
ordinator, of. the Communist
Party," Is In Cleveland, direct-
ing the scores of convention de-
legates it still Influences. He is
operating out of the Cleveland
Heights homo of Joe Brandt,
organizational secretary of Dis-
trict 6 of the Communist Party,
incidentally, Wellman slipped
secretly (he thought) into the
city's central Communist Party
headqifartera Tuesday morning.
As Reuther put" his conven-
tion through Its paces, and pre-
pares his program for another
year which will see him fight
for the right to strike In this
police action time, and for a
1200-a-month pension, and for a
gauranteed annual wage, the
Communists really all but ignore
him.
They're not interested now
in jostina dtrectly with Reuth-
er; they're concentrating on
capturing local auto union
offices in the Detroit area.
And on that base, in typical
Tammany-lika political ma-
neuvering, they'll build, year
after year, until they art sud-
denly ready te challtngt
Reuther for erne of tha na-
tional officet. ___.*
Meanwhile, watch Detroit.
The Communists will try to pull
political strikes. And they may
succeed, too. For long after
these convention delegates go
1'ome. the Commies will still be
rccted by the relay from Mos-
rCopt/rttJht mi, Pott-UaU
Syndicate, Inc.)
Spring Fever
Price Tangle
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. If there is anybody In the
house who can tell a simple bill payer what the
devil goes on with this new system of price
controls on food, as recently dreamed In Wash-
ington, I will send him my undying thanks and
also my butcher's thumb, on a sliver salver.
(Butchers' thumbs are going at the present rate
of 3,000 per ounce, according to the latest bul-
l tin from Mike DiSalle.)
To the best of my knowledge no living per-
son, including Albert Einstein and Virginia HU,
can tell vou exactly how the new controls work.
The salient fact that I glean Is that the same
foods will cost you more In some places than
others, except those which are not controlled
under the new ukase. Except those of course,
which are not controlled at all and not likely
to be so long as the farm bloc exists.
The existing regulations have been Issued with
separate emphasis for chain retailers, indepen-
dent retailers, and wholesalers. Grocer are sup-
posed to rejuggle the price on their goods ev-
ery Monday, according to the signs of the zo-
diac and the electrical Impulses from the latest
Washington scandals, but whore It leaves the
housewife the housewife knoweth not.
The whole thing remnids you of a dog show
with no leashes. Even Washington, according to
latest bulletins. Is unsure of what exactly is go-
ing on, and promises revisions, whether up.
down or sideways la hard to say. But there is
precious little protection here for the ordinary
lady with a budget to control; and no room in
11 to buy a slide rule and a copy of the latest
commodity quotations.
As a reasonably stupid fellow who is held ac-
countable for the monthly grocery tab, you can-
not tell me that It needs calculus to figure the
gOlng price of cabbage. Nor a set of interlock-
ing formulae to set a celling on grub. Pigs Is
pigs.
Quotes from on high have said that It may
be six months before a solid dollar-and-cents
stabilization may be placed on humble eatments,
and that It will be Impossible to fix the prices
at a pre-Korean level. This Is governmental
hocus-pocus unknown to the average man.
They can damn well fix you a swift Income-
tax Increase on an overnight basis, or declare
vou in on a war. or make you eligible for a
draft, or tell you that you can't buy a spare
tire lor your ear. But they can fritter around
with trigonometric approaches to what fills your
belly until caviar Is underselling beans.
And I will tell vou why, In simple little words.
The political approach to price-fixing on food is
a tremendously delicate thing, apt to enrage the
farmers and the bull growers and the dairymen,
whose vote Is necessary.
But what I think they overlook Is that they
are underestimating the anger of the housewife
who la not married to a farmer or a cattle rais-
er, and who shrieks aloud at the tilts in her
grocery bill. And who blows her top at such an
obvious inequity as different prices for the same
commodity, for controls here and no controls
there, and for fiddling and fuddling with any
definite step to anchor the living cost which
currently eats her.allve.
If controls there must be, controls should start
at the bottom and work up. This Is with the
producers of meat and vegetables and fruit and
poultry and fish and dairy products. You allow
so much markup for the middleman and the re-
taller and boom, out cornea an anchored price
that even I can understand.
But the way she stands now I don't know
from next Tuesday about the cost of dinner, and
I don't think you do. either. __'
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE WEAK
-- it
FRANKFURT. Perhaps It Is wrong to try
to find a pattern in all the strange, unnumber-
ed signs and symptoms that mark the face of
Europe In this critical, bleak Spring of 1861. At
first fiance, for example, the behavior of An-
drei Oromyko at Paris seems to have no con-
nection with the Increase In Soviet stocks of
aviation gas in Eastern Germany. Yet after a
month of Intensive inquiry In Oermany, this re-
porter would hazard a guess that an underlying
pattern is there.
Indeed, this pattern was actually forecast as
long ago as last Spring In London by one of the
greatest British wartime leaders, who U espe-
cially well qualified to Judge the balance of mi-
litary and other power between East and West.
He was explaining that if the Western allies did
not soon begin to see to their own defenses,
they must expect disaster. Being reminded of
the great Soviet superiority in all conventional
weapons he took up the central questionwhe-
ther, the Kremlin would permit the weakened
West to rearm.
"You know," he said reflectively, "there will
certainly be two or three very bad m when
they are strong and we are only growing strong.
It will be a very tricky time and we shall Just
have to get through It on nerve and the atomic
bomb." He paused for a few moments, as though
to consider the question, then resumed: I am
convinced that the Western lead in the atomic
field Is good enough, or at any rate can be good
e.iough, to prevent a Soviet attack. To tell you
the truth, I am much less worried about the
atomic bomb tnan I am about our nerve. .
This "tricky time" has now begun, and all the
evidence suggests that this wise Englishman
foresaw the main difficulty very clearly. The
essential features of the existing situation can,
In fact, be very simply summarized.
First, the effort of rebuilding Western power
is in Itself disagreeable and in some aspects po-
litically unpopular. The task of Gen Dwlght D.
Elsenhower, to construct a solid defense of
Western Europe, is especially complex and trou-
blesome, because it necessarily involves bringing
additional American troops to Europe, which is
disliked in the United States and creating Ger-
man armed contingents, which-Is dislike in bu-
r8econd. In order to frustrate the whole plan
for Western rearmament, the Kremlin needs
only to bolck a part of it. Half enough divi-
sions will not be much better than one-tenth
enough or one-quarter enough, when the accu-
mulation of a Soviet atomic tockpUe ?*"<*'"
out the deterrent effect of our exUtlng lead In
atomic weapons. The Kremlin, having noted
this vital fact, has set out to frustrate the Weat-
SPOT
srn defense effort by preventing any German
contribution to It.
Third, the so-called atomic lead Of the West-
ern nations Is really all that prevents a Krem-
lin aggression In Europe tomorrow. But the Eu-
ropeans, seeing the great power of the Soviet
army, deeply conscious of their own weakness,
are hardly aware of the Invisible protection of
the atomic deterrent. Thus they tend to forget
the basic rules, that an imperialist dictatorship
attacks when It thinks it can win. that this kind
of government cannot be goaded Into attack by
provocation, and that it cannot be dissuaded
from attack by sweetness. Hence, there la a
natural desire In the Western European govern-
ments as well as among the peoples, to avoid
doing what Is regarded as "provocative," .such
as recreating German armed contingents.
It is precisely this situation which the Krem-
lin has now set out to exploit. Here In Ger-
many, you find exceedingly shrewd officials who
expect the Soviet armies In Eastern Europe to
be reinforced by about two corps, one of armor
and one of artillery. In early May. But these
same officials do not say the purpose will be
to overrun Western Europe the next morning.
On the contrary, they say most emphatically
that the only immediate purpose will be to In-
spire terror and the loss of nerve that the wise
Englishman indicated he feared.
If the Soviet threats, empty although they
probably are at this time should carry convic-
tion in Paris or in London, then there will be
a break in the Western alliance, probably when
the Foreign Ministers meet. If this happens in
turn, the ally whose nerve breaks will seek to
barter off the German contribution to Eastern
defense or perhaps some other essential feature
of the Western djpfense plan, against some such
empty concession as a temporary reduction of
the number of Soviet divisions In Eastern Ger-
many. That way. the Kremlin will be sure to
win in the long run.
Furthermore, if the Western alliance Is thus
split this Summer there will be other, more im-
mediate consequences. For Instance if the West
is divided and paralyzed, the odds on an early
attack on Yugoslavia will change from less than
even to somewhere close to nine to five in fa-
vor. There Is no better way to tempt the Krem-
lin onwards than to seem to lose nerve.
Fortunately, so far as the transactions In Pa-
ris can be Judged from here, there seems to
have been no loss of nerve as yet. But the two
things that must now be guarded against as
fatal are this loss of Western nerve that tne
Kremlin seeks, and the loss of tempo In tne
Western defense effort that political convenience
^e WASWMGTOH
MERRY-(SO-ROUND
ty DRIW MARION
Drew Pearson says: Secretary Marshall works harder rhgn
most executives; Cattle-feed shortage was behlhd
Ralph Trigg's dismissal; Presidential pique has held lip
price contrils.
WASHINGTON.The Washington rumor factory Is probably
the most active and the most Irresponsible In the world. Tajes
cooked up In Capitol Hill lobbies, the drawing rooms of high so-
ciety or In a taxicab conversation are spread as fact within
a matter of hours.
The story that the late Franklin Roosevelt was insane and
had to be chained to his bed at night was a good example. One
confidential news agency believed It to the extent of relaying
It to Its many thousand customers.
Latest Washington canard is that Secretary of Defense
George Marshall Is In his dotage and unable to come to his office
i .ore than half a week.
On the contrary, I can state that Marshall, though 70, Is
probably In better health than before his kidney operation, gets
to the office before 8 a.m., has the papers read and sent out of
Ills office by around 8:20 a.m., and puts In a full six-day week,
working even on Saturday.
This Is a lot more than most executives do In Washington,
New York, or anywhere else.
Marshall Is alert, his memory is amazing, and he seems com-
Sletely on the ball. Furthermore, Marshall has put the old uni-
orm aside and is trying to run the Defense Department as
a civilian. This writer had some skepticism about this phase of
Marshall's new Job when first appointed Secretary of Defense,
but the skepticism appears not to have been jMstifled.
CATTLE-FEED SHORTAGE
Secretary of Agriculture Charles Brannan had been at- dag-
gers' point over Government farm policies for some time with the
man he fired last week, Ralph Trlgg, Chief of Production and
Marketing.
Main reason the ax fell was that the production of certain
vital farm cropschiefly cattle feedIs desperately behind our
defense goals.
About 127,000,000 tons of grain will be needed to feed our
Seatly expanded population of beef cattle and hogs this year.
owever, farmers have planted or scheduled for planting only
enough acres to produce 117,000,000 tons of feed gram.
Corn will be about 5,000,000 acres short of the 90,000,000-acre
production goal fixed by Brannanwhich Trlgg was supposed to
deliver. Plantings of barley are 1,600,000 acres behind schedule
and sorghum grain about 600,000 acres short.
At the same time we have 4,000,000 more beef cattle and over
5,000,000 more hogs to feed this year than in 1950. The pinch may
not be felt this year because of feed-grain reserves. However,
with these reserves exhausted, we will face a serious cutback In
cattle production for defense needsand therefore a meat short-
ageIn 1952. ;
Manpower shortage on the farms Is one reasonperhaps ^ho
chief onefor the failure to divert more grasslands to planting
feed grain. Knowing that their sons and younger hired rNriids
would be drafted, farmers have held back from planting too mj,ch
corn, which takes a lot of labor to harvest. However, Trlgg did
little about Importing labor from Mxico and elsewhere to* fill
the gap.
NOTEWhile we have been suffering from a farm-labor
shortage, British troops have had to put down riots In the Brit-
ish West Indies because of unemployment. "
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Illustrating the Washington canard factory here Is another
I heard recently: "Drew Pearson has now sold out to Pan Amer-
ican Airways. He got a free trip to Europe with Pan American
and Is now in their pocket.".. .Real fact is that I paid my way
to Europe on Pan American as I have on every other airline
unlike Roy Howard, publisher of a great newspaper chain, who
has been a Pan American "guest" all over the world. However.
I do not hesitate to pay tribute to Pan American's efficient oper-
ation across the Atlantic. If Its Washington lobbying were on as
clean a basis as Its overseas operation, I could find no fault with
Pan Am...The Senate Small Business Committee will Investigate
the Civil Aeronautics Board for trying to regulate small, un-
chartered airlines out of business...Economic Stabiliser Eric
Johnston has recommended tighter controls on farm prices and
wages. He wants to freese farm parity prices at the January"15
level, then abolish the wage escalator clause which permits
wages to rise with prices. His proposal Is to plug the wage loop-
hole after June 30, 1951.
President Truman's pique and an economist's desire to throw
off his New Deal label are back of the Administration's tragic
failure totlamp on price controls six months ago.
This never-told story starts last year when the elder states-
man, Bernard Baruch, publicly came out for price controls.
Real truth was that the White House and National Security
Resources Board were at that very time toying with the same
idea But when Mr. Truman heard that the white-haired New
York financier was for price controls, he reversed himself. The
President had put Baruch on his "S.O.B. List" when Bernie re-
fused to serve on a Democratic committee In the 1948 elections,
and Truman didn't want to be In the position of coming out for
price controls Just after Baruch did.
Another factor was the strong opposition to controls by Xoon
Keyserling, then acting chairman of the Council of Economic
Advisers Keyserling, a former Department of Agriculture econo-
mist and assistant to Senator Bob Wagner, was being attacked by
right wingers on Capitol Hill as a wild-eyed radical.
Keyserling, an able economist but subject to human ambi-
tions, wanted to be named chairman of the council and gain
occeptance as a middle-of-the-road adviser. And at that time
he told both the President and Stuart Symington, chairman of
the Resources Board, that controls were "unworkable In mi
consultation with Symington, Keyserling argued that high prices
would, in fact, be helpful by draining off excess purchasing
power and Its competition for goods, services and materials
needed for rearmament.
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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VAREWEI.I. PARTY FOR MRS. PETERSON
Reverend and Mrt. Malnert J. Peterson entertained with
> farewell party at the rectory. Saturday evening, for Rey.
Petersons mother. Mrs. Carrie Peterson who sailed today on
-"VEt Olea Maersk for New York, after a five months visit with
her son and daufhter-in-law.
The Isthmian friends who li-
ed during the evening included
Dean and Mrs. Raymond Ferris,
the Venerable John H. Town-
send and Miss Claire Ogden from
the Pacific Side, with the Amei-
lcan vice-consul at Colon and
Mrs. Charles Whltaker, Dr. and
Mrs. Verne Prler. Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Greene, Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Blgelow, Jr., Dr. and Mrs.
Melvln Lea, Mr. Henry Bigelow,
8r., Major Walter McCracken
and Chaplain Milton Cookson.
Crystal Shower
for Misa Armstrong
Miss Arden Armstrong, whose
wedding on April 20 is of inter-
est to a wide circle of friends, was
complimented with a crystal
shower given by Mrs. Walter R.
Reeves at her Fort Gullck home
Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Leonard Long assisted
with the shower and tea. The
tea table was covered with a blue
cloth and centered with a sliver
tree entwined with coral vine and
flanked with crystal baskets of
the llowers. Mrs. O. A. Dlrtz
presided at the tea service.
The guests included: Mrs. Re-
ginald Armstrong, mother of the
honoree. with Mrs. Neville Hart,
Mrs. Lee Helm, Mrs. T. L. Sei-
zer. Mrs. Frank Canavagglo. Mrs
L. L. Barfleld, Mrs. D. A. Wad-
dell, Mrs. Sam Brown. Mrs. Roy
Rice, Mrs Richard Condon. Mrs.
Julia M. Tuft and Mrs. Gilbert
Furey.
The other guests were: Mrs.
William E. Adams, Mrs. Charles
Whltaker, Miss Sarah Macready,
Mrs. Samuel Macready, Mrs. Co-
lin Lawson, Mrs. Margaret Har-
dy, Mrs. Eugene Didler and Mrs.
Harold White.
Mrs. Mlddlemas and her house
guests transited the Canal last
week and overnighted at the Ho-
tel Tlvoli before returning to the
Atlantic Side.
wan, Joann Hart, Luz Miranda,
Carol O'Hara and Elaine O'Hara.
Visiting the group during the
weekend were: Mrs. Russell Jones
and daughter Anita of Balboa
Heights and Captain and Mrs.
William Acheson of Margarita.
Departures
Miss Rosella M. Kovach, of the
staff of the Colon Hospital, left
Friday to return to her home hi
Portage. Pennsylvania, for a va-
cation. Miss Kovach has resigned
her position oh the nursing staff
after serving for three years ra
the Isthmus.
Luncheon Given
by Mr. and Mrs. Kernick
Mr. and Mrs John KernlcK ol
Brazos Heights, entertained with
a luncheon Saturday at their re-
sidence complimenting H.B.M.
Consul at Colon and Mrs. Ray-
mond Klrwin, and Mr. and Mrs
John Show o Panama City, Mi
and Mrs. Kirwln are leaving next
weel: for an extended vacation in
England, and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
will leave the latter part of the
month for England.
Amons the fifteen guests pre-
sent were the First Secretary and
Consul of the British Legation In
Panama and Mrs. Alec Hermann,
who were the weekend guests oi
Mr and Mrs. Klrwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw spent the
weekend on the Atlantic Side al-
so and part of the time were the
Kernicks guests.
Miss Welch Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Miss Dora Weich, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weich, of
Gatun, celebrated her 17th
birthday anniversary with a buf-
fet supper and dance at the home
of her parents Friday evening.
The young guests were: Misses
Nancy Kariger, Nancy Ramsey,
Joanne Recela, Virginia Fahle,
Jeanlne Nix, Lois Scheldegg, Co-
lctta Stlebrltz, Barbara Hlckey,
Sonla Welch. Mercedes Peterson,
Ann Thomas, Jackie Boyle, Helen
Klssam. Margaret Ridge, Edna
Jenkins, Karen Stroop with Mes-
srs Robert Bailey, Walter Kuhrt,
Bob 81evers, Bob Orvis, Elbert
Ridge. Casey Zimmerman. Bobby
Baiter. Joseph Dietrich, Talmadge
Salter. Leslie Rhlnehart, Carl;jn
Croft. Dick Ducote. Richard Ay-
cock and Jim Orvis.
Also present viere Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald Armstrong with An-
drea, Mrs. I. Kresch. Mrs. Paul
Tesch, Miss Arden Armstrong and
Max Welch.
Announcement of Interest
Lt. (Jg) F. R. Nordengren, of
the Coco Solo Naval Station and
Mrs. Nordengren, announce the
birth of their second daughter :n
the Ball Hospital at Mele, In-
diana on Thursday, April 5. Th*
baby has been named Claudia
Anne.
Lt, Nordengren Is leaving to
morrow to Join his family. He will
spend his vacation In Indiana
before going th Pensacola. Flori-
da, for duty. He Is completin* a
'.wo year tour of duty on the Isth-
mus.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Whita-
ker were among the passengers
sailing Friday. They are en route
to their home in Providence,
Rhode Island, after a visit with
their son and daughter-in-law,
the United States Consul at Co-
lon and Mrs. Charles Whltaker
Picnic and Dance
The Order gf the Demolays en-
tertained the members of th?
Cristobal Assembly of the Order
of the Rainbow with a picnic en
the lawn of Mrs. Fred Newhard'a
residence In Gatun Saturday
evening. This was followed by
an Informal dance, with refresh-
ments at the Gatun Masonic
Temple.
Master Councillor for the De-
molays is Victor Mizrachl.
ACOBYon
CANASTA
(N HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Duplicate Bridge Games
Players for six tables of dupli-
cate bridge met at the Margarita
Clubhouse Monday evening for
their weekly games. All Interest-
ed residents are invited to Join
the group.
The high scorers were: East
and West, Mrs. R. B. Ward and
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham: tied ior
second place. Mrs. Henry Hartwtg
and Mrs. H. F. Green with Mr O.
O Brown and Mr. Houston.
North and South: Mrs. L. E.
Cottrell with W, E. Gibson; Mlis
Elsie Halllwell with Mr. Harry
Friedman; Mr. Sam Roe with
Col H A. Greene.
Informal Dinner Party
Lt. and Mrs. John M. Bruce
were the dinner guests of W.O
and Mrs. George Poole, Jr., of Ft.
Davis Friday evening. Lt. and
Mrs. Bri-ce sailed Saturday for
He,\, Yor.. a?uer completing a
thrtrj-ycar tour of duty at For*.
Du\i, and Clayton,
lit. Bruce has been ordeca'1 to
, For. Knox, Kentucky, for duty
They were the puesta of C.W.O.
and Mrs. R. A. Flndley
their 'epaYuire.
Sandy Peterson
Has Birthday Party .
Sandy Peterson, son of Rev.
and Mrs. M. J. Peterson of New
Cristobal, celebrated his 6th
birthday anniversary with a par-
ty at his home Thursday.
Twelve members of his Sunday
Sehoi Class enjoyed games, re-
ceived prizes and shared 8andy's
birthday cake with other refresh-
ments.
Girl Scout Leaders Meetlnr
There will be a meeting of
leaders and assistant leaders of
the Girl Scouts and Brownies at
7:30 p.m. Wedensday at the home
of Mrs. Harry Seaman, 57, 3rd
St.. New Cristobal.
All leadders are Invited to at-
tend.
Bou ling League
ItJeets Officers
The Coco Solo Women's Bowl-
ing league elected officers a;
their luncheon meeting Friday.
The new officers will be: presi-
dent. Mrs. E. L. Hamon, vice-
president, Mrs. H. J. Thornton,
Secretary, Mrs. J. W. Schwartz
and Treasurer. Mrs. Roy Nielsen.
Tne retiring officers were: Mrs.
L B Ducote president, vice-
president. Mrs. J. W. Schwartz,
secretary. Mrs. E. B. Hensley and
Treasurer. Mrs. M. A. Loy.
Fifth and Sixth Grades
ViMt El Valle
Mrs Richard Carter and the
pupils in her fifth and jixth
grades of the Margarita Gram-
mar School went to El Vahe
belore Thursday morning and returned
Saturday evening.
The children prepared their
meals and shareo/the duties ne-
cessitated by a stay at the Auto-
mobile Camp. They had a nature
hike into the valley and were In-
vited by Mr. Luis Kam and Mr.
Henry Kam of the Panamericon
Hotel to stop In for refreshments.
TROPICAL
TOMORROW!
Visitors Honored wtlh Tea
Miss Mary Mlddlemas. ttStsu
Claire Christensen and Miss Ann
Weber, who are vl3itlng Mr. and
Mrs W. B. Mlddlemas of Erar.os
Heights, were complimented with
a tea given by their hostess. Fri-
day afternoon at her home.
The parents who accompanied
the group were: Mr. and Mrs.
Hay den Jones, of Margarita. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph White of France
Field Mrs. Walter Glllls, of Fcrt
Gullck, Mrs. Lucille Flennihen of
Margarita.
The children who made the trip
v.ere: Wayne Bath, John Ben-
nett. Richard Hottal, Jose Melen-
dez. Tommv McCullough, Donald
Smith Jomes Vlecelll, Georje
Walbrldge, Jose White. Carol
Flennihen. Sandra Jones, Colleen
Salter. Dennis Corrigan, Walter
Glllls. Richard Phillips, Jane Ro-
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Written for NEA Service .
"In a recent column you wrote
about the worst canasta play
ever made," a San Diego reader
reminds me. 'I could nominate a
few of my own plays to compete
with it, but that is not the pur-
pose of this letter. What I do
want to know is exactly what is
the worst type of play that ca-
nasta players make more or less
regularly?"
There are three or four plays
that seem to fit into this cate-
gory, but I have one particular
hate: the taking" of a two-card
discard pile. Whenever one of my
partners makes this play, the
eventual cost always seems to be
terrific'. It isn't a smuch that we
lose points on that hand; It's
that we'd have done so much bet-
ter If my partner had Just been
willing to let the pile grow a lit-
tle.
When the discard pile consists
of only two cards, lt means that
your partner took lt at his pre-
vious turn to play. Hence one of
the cards In the two-card pile Is
his discarda car*, that he prob-
ably has no use for. At best,
therefore, you gain only the one
card at the top of the pile.
Of course, If this card gives you
a natural canasta, I can't really
criticize you too much for taking
it. Even then, however, the play
Is by no means open-and-shut.
The point Is that if your part-
ner has Just picked up the dis-
card pile, the chances are that
your side can keep control of the
pile, that you can keep picking
lt up until the hand-comes to an
end. When that Is true, there is
no need to rush matters. You can
afford to let the pile grow; lt
won't get away from you.
You may feel that the previous
discard (In a two-card pile) Is a
bird In the hand, while the
doubtful card on top of the stock
pile Is a bird in the bush. Actu-
ally, the reverse Is the case. You
will never get another chance to
draw the top card of the stock
pile If you fall to take lt at this
time. However, you will get a
chance to pick up the discard
pile later on if you let lt go at
this time.

Let's take an example from ac-
tual play. The other day I picked
up a large discard pile that con-
tained a pair of fours, among
other good and valuable securi-
ties. I melded a few cards and
made a safe discard. The next
player drew from the stock and
discarded a four-spot.
My partner happened to have
a pair of fours in his hand, and
he remembered that I had Just
picked up a pair of fours. Hence
he slapped his fours down on the
table and took the two-card dis-
card pile. He was very happy
over this maneuver, because he
I knew that we had at least five
four-spots between us.
About two plays later, my part-
ner had discard trouble. He
guessed wrong, and we lost the
discard pile. As a result, we had
to play for out; and we scored
only a moderate amount on the
hand.
Naturally, I said nothing to my
partner. But I wondered how
much we would have scored If my
partner hadn't melded those
miserable four-spots. He could
feel reasonably sure that his
fours were safe discards. (He
could account for five of them,
and lt was not likely that the
player at his left had two of the
remaining three. Since the opdo-
nenta had not yet melded, they
needed a pair to get the pile.)
It takes a certain amount of
i self-control to let a meld go by,
but lt pays to exercise that con-
trol.
HOLLYWOOD(NEA) Be-
hind the Screen: Life of Ernest
Hemingway before the cameras?
I checked with Gene Evans,
the newcomer who scored as the
cigar-chewing sergeant in "The
Steel Helmet" on the rumor that
a plan Is being cooked up to star
him In a film biography of the
author.
"There's been talk about lt.
that's all," he shrugged,. "I expect
that if it's ever done, lt will prob-
ably be at MOM and Clark Gable
will play Hemingway. Not that I
wouldn't like to. War, women and
elbow-bending. What a- movie lt
would be!"
Two hundred-and-three-pound
Gene still howls when he remem-
bers his role In a western. "I was
awful," he says. "I shook and the
horse shook right with me."

Pat Wymore on- her romance
and marriage to Errol Flynn:
"So many people thought It
was all publicity. I've got news
for everybody. It's the real thing.
We worked in the same picture
for three weeks before we really
talked. Then suddenly one morn-
ing we looked, at each other and
bells rang and It was love. I did-
n't know what had hit me."

Another off-beat characteriza-
tion for Sterling Hayden. He's
playing a minister in "8kld Row.
... Gertrude Astor, the silent star,
Is in greasepaint again for Re-
public's "Havana Rose."

Only Bob Fallon's uncertain
draft status, I hear, is delaying
his marriage to Marie Wilson.
He's the 22-year-old red-haired
actor who slugged lt out with
Alan Nixon recently... Sight of
the year: Cesar Romero in Scot-
tish kilts In the British-made,
"Happy Go Lovely."

Now It's Mary Plckford who Is
writing her memoirs under the
title, "America's Sweetheart."

Revival of the 10-vear-old
Range Buster western film* on
unvllle on the tourists' map.
htll TV came along, Western
Star Crash Corrigan rented his
"town"a western movie street
to movie makers and leased
other parts of his 2000-acre
ranch-home In the Chatsworth
mountains for sets such as the
village In "Vendetta."
Except for occasional film
companies. Ufe at Corrlganvllle,
45 miles from Hollywood, was ra-
ther, dull.
Came TV and things changed.
From 3000 to S0C0 fans Invade
the place every Sunday now to
elcnic, see the sights and shake
ands with Crash. He beams:
"I can't keep 'em out. It's won-
derful."

Casting switch: Bob Mltchum
playing the honest cop and Bob
Ryan as the heel In the remake
of "The Racket."
Additional proof that women
are the movies' biggest custom-
ers. A fan mag poll of favorite
stars puts four menJ ohn
Wayne, Brod Crawford, Spencer
Tracy and Glenn Fordat the
top.
*
Evelyn Keyes pulled a Gussle
Moran while in Uruguay for the
Film Festival by playing tennis
In ", nylon shorts-and-bra outfit.
... Marathon acting stint: Steve
Cochran's In all but three min-
utes of the Just completed "To-
morrow Is Another Day."
They'll be beating the drums
for Dorothy Dandridge as the
screen's new Lena Home when
"Harlem Globe Trotters" Is re-
leased. The gorgeous Dorothy
has this to say about the "new
face" tag:
"I've been In pictures before
but not in a sarong. They've al-
ways had me carrying trays as a
waitress."

Title of Howard Duff's new ra-
dio series is "The McCoy" and it's
in the tough, private-eye tradi-
tion of "8am Spade.".. .Few peo-
ple know lt, but Ty Power once
the Vulture," scheduled as Alan
Ladd's next at Paramount, as an
independent. He dropped the
Idea when warned of Its explos-
ive political material.

Male legs, I'm sad to report, are
on the march In Hollywood!,
You'll see Bob Taylors legs In
"Quo Vadls," Farley Granger's in
'Strangers on a Train." Robert
Clarke's in "Hard, Fast and
Beautiful" and Rory Calhoun's
In "Meet Me After the Show."
Frankly, I'm worried.
If this keeps up, Stewart Gran-
ger may be the next Betty ara-
ble.

Republic chief Herbert Yates
wants Bob Stack for two films a
yearresult of his slick perform-
ance In "The Bullfighter and the
Lady." UI will discuss a
straight dramatic role for warb-
ler Dorothy Shay when she re-
turns from her current night
club tour. The Park Avenue Hill
Billy comes off great In "The
Real McCoy."
FATHER STILL AROUND
BERN, Kan. (UPi Orie of the
guests at a reception celebrating
the golden wedding anniversary
of the John F. Baumgarthers was
S. C. Neff. 98. As father of the
bride, he had given his daughter
In marriage to Baumgartner half
a century ago. .
TV has put a town named Corrl- wanted to make The Rage of
Panama C^anaJ Lsiuonouses
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AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vi Esp.fi ltl Tel. 3-1503
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Provoca inundacin de una
vasta rea la China roja
Abre compuertas Estados lJnidos y ia Gran
Bretaa arreglan diferencias
sobre los problemas de Corea
de la represa
de Hwachon
Es posible est ya en
marcha la contra-
ofensiva roja
FRENTE CENTRAL DE CO-
REA, abril 9. (UP. Urgente.
Los comunistas chinos abrieron
las compuertas de inundacin
de la reserva de Hwachon eeta
maana y cuarenta minutos
ms tarde el rio Pukhan que
corre a travs del Valle de
Chunchon haba subido cuatro
pies.
Tres de las 18 compuertas de
la represa fueron abiertas ae
par en par y una cuarta com-
puerta fue abierta entre las
ocho y nueve de la maana.
La reserva de Hwachon tie-
ne una capacidad de 19-1*4 trl-
llones de pies cbicos -de agua.
Los ingenieros calculan que el
rea al Sur de Hwachon hasta
el Valle de Chunchon puede ser
inundada.
Tambin existe la posibilidad
que las aguas aumenten el ni-
vel del rio Soyang que corre
al Este y nor-este al Sur de)
paralelo 38.
Todava no se sabe si los co-
munistas' abrirn las otrac 14
compuertas y causen una inun-
dacin desastrosa, o se limita-
ran a soltar solamente la can-
tidad suficiente, de agua para
entorpecer el avance de las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas.
(Pasa la narina column 6)
LONDRES, abril 8. (UP. -4
Fuentes oficiales dijeron qua.
Gran Bretaa y Estados Uni-
dos han arreglado sus diferen-
cias sobre una nueva declara-
cin de la poltica sobre Corea
y slo quedan pendientes las
declaraciones y cundo se ha-
rn.
Los funcionarlos oficiales bri-
tnicos dijeron que "las lineas
generales de la declaracin so-
bre Corea han sido prctica-
mente arregladas entre Lon-
dres y Washington. Es posible
que esta tarde se pueda dar
ms informacin sobre el asun-
to. Lo nico que queda pen-
diente es quin har las decla-
raciones y cundo se harn".
Los mismos funcionarios die-
ron a entender que las deca
raciones sobre Corea sern he-
chas en un "momento psicol-
gico". Tambin es posible que
las declaraciones sean acom-
paadas por una propuesta for-
mal a Pekn para negociar la
par, en Corea.
Los funcionarlos aseguraron
que nunca ha habido una "es-
cisin seria" entre Estados U-
nldos y Oran Bretaa sobre
el "carcter" de las declaracio-
nes. Dijeron que tanto Estados
Unidos como Gran Bretaa
creen aconsejable que las de-
claraciones de las Naciones U-
nldas sobre Corea no deben de-
morarse ms. '
Se ha podido sacar en con-
clusin que las diferencias de
criterio entre Estados Unidos v
Gran Bretaa eran de carcter
"tctico" por el cruce del Para-
cuestiones sobre quin har las lelo 38. y que habiendo sido
arregladas estas diferencias ya
no existen ms "escisiones" en-
tre Estadas Unidos y Oran Bre-
taa de las que pudieran exis-
tir entre el General MacArthur
y las Naciones Unidas.
MAS DE MIL DUEOS
DE AUTOS EN MORA
CON EL MUNICIPIO
La Tesorera del Municipio
tenia esta maana completa la
lista de los morosos al Munici-
pio y pasaban de mil los dueos
de autos particulares y de 600
los de autos comerciales, que le
deben al Tesoro Municipal.
La lista incluye cuantas han
pagado el primer mes y an
deben el resto. Se ha converti-
do en una prctica ya, se nos
dijo, el pagar el primero y no
pagar ms durante el ao.
Algunos de los deudores ya
han comenzado a eancelar sus
cuentas, pero que desde maa-
na la Polica Nacional retirar
de circulacin las aillos cuyos
M^TtfflBIt*"* no hayan sidv
Se desvanecen de nuevo ,_,_
las posibilidades de un Resulta agredido
acuerdo con los rusos por defender a
A concurso sern
abiertas ctedras
en un instituto
A fin de dar toda clase de
garantas y una mayor seriedad
a la labor que se proponen
desarrollar, los organizadores
del Instituto Moderno han a-
cordado abrir a concurso las
ctedras, vacantes del mismo.
La prxima semana, a la vez
que se abrir la matricula, se
entregarn, a quienes los soli-
citen, formularlos especiales,
que los aspirantes debern pre-
sentar, debidamente resueltos,
ante el director de la Institu-
cin, profesor J. Alejandro
Senz.
Ser esta la primera vez que
una institucin de enseanza
privada procede de esta ma-
nera para hacer el escogimien-
to de su personal. Se abren asi
posibilidades a todos los pro-
fesores y, adems, dar lugar
a una rigurosa seleccin, sobre
la base de su preparacin y
experiencia.
La Idea del Instituto Moder-
no, nuevo plantel secundara
nocturno que apera funcionar
en las aulas del Instituto Na-
cional, ha sido acogida con gran
Inters. Son muchos los que ya
han manifestado su deseo de
prestar servicios en l. Entre
HAY UN TERRIBLE
PELIGRO DE UNA
GUERRA MUNDIAL
WASHINGTON, Abril 9 (UP)
Urgente. El Representante
Sam Rayburn, despus de una
conferencia con el Presidente
Truman dijo que "estamos en
terrible peligro" porque Rusia
esta concentrando tropas en "un
gran nmero de lugares".
Rayburn y otros lderes Demo-
crticos del Congreso conferen-
ciaron con Truman esta maa-1
na. El General Ornar Bardley,
Jefe del Estado Mayor les hizoi
un sumario de la situacin du-
rante la conferencia.
Rayburn dijo la semana pa-
sada en la Cmara que fuerzas
que no eran Chinas se estaban
concentrando en la Frontera de
Machurla. Hoy le dijo a los pe-
riodistas que todas las personas
^que atribuyeron sus declaracio-
nes a un Intento de lograr pa-
sar en el Congreso la Ley dt
Reclutamiento hablan hecho un
clculo errado" de lo que el
quiso decir.
Dijo: "Yo s que estamos en
terrible peligro. Este peligro na-
ce de las concentraciones que
los Rusos estn preparando aqu,
all y en todos lados en una
gran cantidad de lugares. Cun-
tas son y en dnde est lo des-
conozco, pero yo s que ellos lo
estn haciendo".
Famoso conductor
de Sinfnicas
pasar por Panam
Lderes del Congreso
atacan a MacArthur
Artur Rodzlnskl, uno de los
ms famosos conductores Ue
sinfnicas dl mundo, visitar
stos podemos mencionar a los a panam hoy por unas ho-
profesores: Jos del C. Luzcan-
do, Julia N. de Urrlola, Temia-
tocles Rivera, Jos Guillermo
Vergara, Alfredo Fischer, Luis
Vergara, ngel Jan, Arturo
Wolfschoon, sllda P. de Su-
rez, Pedro Ayala Diaz, Eleazar
O. Senz, Berta Zurita de Fran-
ceschl, Mario J. Molina y -Julia
Helena de Urrlola.
ras.
El Prof. Rodzlnskl llegar
esta tarde por la via area
procedente de Centro Amrica
y saldr horas ms tarde pa-
ra Sur-Amrica. Rodzlnskl ha
dirigido las Orquestas Sinfni-
cas de Cleveland, y San Fran-
fitco y la, Orquesta Filarm-
nica de Nueva York
;
Es creciente el pesimismo sobre una posible con-
ferencia con el Occidente
Una pelcula de la
lucha contra el
io se exhibir
pol
Maana a las 11 de la no-
che ser exibida a la Prensa
y la Radio en el Teatro "Pre-
sidente" la pelcula documen-
tal "ALERTA CONTRA EL PO-
LIO", producida por el Depar-
lamento de Trabajo, Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica, y ela-
borada por el "Noticiero Pa-
nam."
Esta pelcula de tipo de di-
vulgacin cientfica contiene
Importantes consejos y ense-
anzas para todos en la lucha
de prevencin contra la polio-
mielitis y fu filmada total-
mente en Panam.
El anterior documental fu
supervisado por el Dr. Roberto
Sandoval, Director de Salud
Publica de Panam, y fu he-
cho por Iniciativa de doa
Mara Santo Domingo de Mi-
randa. Ministro de Trabajo,
Previsin Social y Salud P-
blica.
PARIS, abril 8 (UP)Los de-
legados de los Cuatro Grandes
se iniciaron hoy su sexta sema-
na de conferencias entre el cre-
ciente pesimismo de las delega-
ciones occidentales sobre las pro-
babilidades de un acuerdo entre
Oriente y Occidente, sobre el or-
den del dia de la Conferencia de
Cancilleres de los Cuatro Gran-
des.
8u pesimismo de hoy. contras-
ta notablemente con las espe-
ranzas expresadas hace slo una
semana de que un acuerdo entre
ellos estaba a la vista. El cam-
bio de sentimiento ocurri cuan-
do la posicin sovitica cambi
por completo a mediados de la
semana pasada, despus que el
delegado sovitico. Andrei Gro-
myko haba introducido poco
antes dos propuestas de trans-
accin que hicieron pensar al
occidente que Gromyko estaba
preparado a aceptar los trmi-
nos.
La actitud del occidente fue
resumida por el delegado brit-
nico Ernest Davies. Dijo Davles-
'Las tcticas obstruclonlstas de
Rusia en las presentes conferen-
cias nos han hecho comenzar a
pensar si es cierto que ellos son
pm > Pac N col *:
Marcadamente estn subiendo
de precios artculos para
joven que atacaban k lucha ganilaria y pecuaria
En cinco accidentes areos
ocurridos en Estados Unidos
hubo saldo de 45 fallecidos
NUEVA YORK, abril 8. (UP.
Los cinco accidentes de avia-
cin ocurridos durante el fin de
semana en los Estados Unidos
dejaron un saldo de 45 muertes,
cinco heridos y dos desapare-
cidos. La mayora de los muer-
tos son soldados.
Tres de los accidentes ocu-
rrieron mientras los pilotos se
encontraban volando con Ins-
trumentos.
El domingo murieron diez y
nueve miembros de la fuerza
area y dos resultaron heridos
cuando un transporte se estre-
ll en un risco de 1140 pies
cerca de Charleston, Virginia.
Tres personas un hombre
. La Polica Secreta Nacional
entreg a la prensa los siguien-
tes Registros de Emergencia:
A las 3 y 40 minutos del do-
mingo fu conducido al Dispen-
sario del Hospital Santo Toms
Clinton Eduardo Deamil. pana-
meo de 31 aos de edad, piloto,
con residencia en el Aeropuerto
de Paitilla, para que s le aten-
diese de lesiones que sufri al
ser agredido por unos sujetos a
quienes conoce y puede Identifi-
car. Deamil sufri contusiones
en el prpado al salir en defen-
sa de una Joven a quien ataca-
ron con nimo de violarla. El
hecho sucedi en Rio Abajo,
frente al Caf Tropical.
Tambin se report que Car-
men Ros, panamea de 24 aos i c
Segn hemos sido informa-
do, los productos para lucha
sanitaria y agrcola y pecua-
ria estn subiendo de precio
marcadamente en loe merca-
des del mundo.
La carrera de aumento afec-
ta en una forma sensible a
nuestro pas y afectar mucho
la labor que se planifique, de
acuerdo con los presupuestos
que se hayan elaborado.
Una de las lincas en que el
cambio es realmente drstico
es *n los productos Insectici-
das, lo cual afectar este ao
a dos Importantes Ministerios;
el de Salubridad y el de Agri-
de edad, tuvo que ser atendida
por intoxicacin que sufri al
ingerir tabletas de Amital Sdi-
co con el propsito de poner fin
a sus das.
Segn los datos que se nos
han proporcionado, el DDT
tcnico que costaba alrededor
de cincuenta a sasenta cente-
simos, costar alrededor de
B.1.30, el gamexane que costa-
ba alrededor de B.0.40 costar
ms de B.0.50 y el DDT hu-
medeclble de B.0.40 subi a
B.120, por libra.
El aumento muchas veces se
pasaba del 100 por ciento del
costo en aos anteriores y en-
carecern, drsticamente, las
campaas sanitarias y agrope-
cuarias del pais, a lo cual ha
de sumarse las restricciones
que, con motivo de defensa
militar, se estn estableciendo
sobre los productos vitales.
Selase la divisin de la
Repblica par?i los efectos
de la organizacin encolar
El pas queda dividido en 20 Provincias Escola
Agregado obrero de Argentina
----------------
Agustina de Aragn expresa "asombro y repulsa"
para Ip prensa por el da de duelo nacional
LA NUMERACIN DE
LAS CASAS SERA
PUESTA EN ORDEN
Hoy fuimos informados en el
Municipio que apenas el Con-
cejo asi lo apruebe, se conti-
nuar y arreglar en forma
total la numeracin de las ca-
sas de esta ciudad.
Con motivo del Censo se ini-
ci la numeracin de las ca-
sas y por desacuerdos en 1
cobro del traba,, ste f"* sus-
pendido,, la- Firma de ..\ugul-.
zola y Hermanos, decidi des-'
continuar y renunciar a dichos
trabajos y en algunas calles
ha quedado confusin en la
numeracin.
En cuanto a las calles de
Rio Abajo, en las que entre
el ao pasado y el actual, ha-
blan cambiado de numeracin
varias veces, ya han sido fi-
nalmente enumeradas. En to-
das las afueras falta, sin em-
bargo, la numeracin de las
casas en forma ordenada.
y dos nios resultaron muer-
tos y otras tres heridas cuan-
do un bombardero se estrell
contra una casa en Morning-
slde, Maryland, despus que los
tripulantes del avin lo avan-
donaron en paracadas. Todos
los muertos y heridos se en-
contraban en la casa. Los tri-
pulantes del avin resultaron
ilesos.
Ms de cien aviones estaban
buscando a lo largo de la cos-
ta de California los restos de
un avin a retro-propulsin de
la fuerza area, el cual desapa-
ricin el sbado en un vuelo,
desde Hamilton con dos tripu-
lantes a bordo.
En Goleta, California, las au-
toridades estaban tratando de
identificar los cuerpos de 22
personas que resultaron muer-
tas el viernes en la noche cuan-
do un avin DC-3 se estrello en
el Paso Refugio, de 3,000 pies
de elevacin.
Piden que se le
imponga sancin
por su declaracin
Se especula que puede ser
removido de su alto
cargo militar
WASHINGTON, abril 9. 'UP)
Hoy se supo que los lderes
demcratas del Congreso le ha-
rn una visita al Presidente
Truman a las 10:30 de la ma-
ana para asegurarle que lo
respaldarn hasta el limite, en,
caso que ste se decida impo-
nerle accin disciplinarla al Ge-
neral MacArthur.
Un poco Incomodados por las
declaraciones polticas de Mac
Arthur, los lideres demcratas
Sam Rayburn, John W. McCor-
mack. Ernest W. Farland y Al-
ben W. Barkley, visitarn a Tru
man por primera vez desde que
se suscit la controversia.
Todava no se ha podido ave-
riguar, de fuentes de enteTO
crdito, cul accin dLscipline-
ria se tomar contra MacAT-
thur, en caso que se tome al-
guna. Las especulaciones varan
Un hombre result muerto el desde que se le pedir a Mac
domingo en la maana cuando, Arthur que no haga^decJaracto-
un avin de un solo motor se nes. polticas, hasta que ste
estrell en un maizal poco des- ,sera reemplazado,
pues de haber despegado desde) Las fuentes informadas dicen
el aeropuerto de Jackson en.que se espera que los lderes
Michigan. demcratas del Congreso le dl-
En Riverside, California, las rn a Truman que ellos creen
autoridades encontraron los res- que ya es hora que se le prohl-
tos de un avin liviano con tres ba a MacArthur hacer declara-
personas muertas. "
estrell el Jueves
n*av **w va,ur ua a. i'iaun uiui imtci uctiiiia"
. El avin se clones de ndole politico que dl-
I. P r l- S Col 11
De acuerdo con el Decreto N-
mero 3S4 dictado por el rgano
Ejecutivo por conducto del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin, el slguien
te es la divisin de las Provn-
clas Escolares que regir en el
futuro.
Divdese el territorio de la
Repblica en las siguientes Pro-
vincias Escolares:
Provincia Escolar de Aguadul-
ce, que comprende los distritos
murddpalea de Aguadulce, Nata
Expresos Areos no
ser trasladada an
Hemos sido Informados de que
la Oficina de Expresos Areos
que tambin se piensa trasladar
a los nuevos locales para esta
dependencia de Hacienda y pa-
ra Encomiendas Postales, no se-
r trasladada por ahora por
razones de fuerza mayor.
res
y Ola.
Provincia Escolar de Antn
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Antn, y San Car-
los.
Provincia Escolar de Bocas del
Toro, que comprende los distri-
tos municipales de Bocas del
Toro, Bastimentos y Chlriqu
Grande.
Provincia Escolar de Boquete,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Boquete y Dolega.
El Teatro Presidente presen-
tar maana a las once de la
noche para la Prensa la Pe-
lcula Agustina de Aragn.
Agustina de Aragn es una
pelcula espaola considerada
de un delicado gusto artstico
de gran emotividad.
Formula cargos
a los catlicos
la China roja
HONK KONG, Abril 9 (UP)
La Radio de Pekn transmiti
una acusacin del rgano ofi-
cial comunista chino "Peking
Peoples Daily News" contra Es-
tados Unidos de usar el Vatica-
no y ios misioneros catlicos en
China como "instrumentos de
agresin" y menciona'a tres sa-
cerdotes franceses detenidos re-
Provinrta Escolar de Bufaba,' cientemente en Tientsin califi-
que comprendel os distritos mu-! cados de 'Agentes de espionaje
nlcipales de Bugaba, Alanje,
Bar y Boquern.
Provincia Escolar de Coln,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de' Coln, Chagres, Do-
noso y Comarca de San Blas.
internacional trabajando para
los Imperialistas norte-america-
nos escudados en el catolicismo"
Tambin transmiti una serle
de demandas de "madres afligi-
das" pidiendo "castigos severos"
Provincia Escolar de Chitr, para las cinco monjas Cina-
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Chitr, Parita, San-
ta Mara, Los Santos, y Macara-
cas.
Provincia Escolar de Chorrera.
dlenses detenidas bajo la acusa-
cin de asesinar a varios nios.
Los observadores ven en la
WASHINGTON, Abril 9. mo seria alterado al usar la
(UP). El Agregado Obrero
de la Embajada Argentina, Ro-
mn Gil, envi un telegrama
al "Club Nacional de Prensa"
en el que expresa su "asombro
y repulsa" por el "da de due-
lo" observado el Viernes por
dicho club con motivo de la
mentira como un poderoso me-
dio de provocacin y escn-
dalo".
"Cuesta comprender, Sr. Pre-
sidente, cmo su Club ha me-
noscabado las Ideas y senti-
mientos de los trabajadores
argentinos, en este caso los o-
clausura del diarlo "La Pren- l breroe de La Prensa ahora en
sa" de Buenos Aires. huelga, cuyas demandas son
por mejores condiciones de
El telegrama dirigido al Pre- trabajo",
sldente del Club, Carson Ly- -por ltimo, no puedo sino
man dice: "Al enterarme de la deplorar esa actitud que no
inslita decisin tomada por I se ajusta a las normas de res-
su Club de fijar un dia de peto y consideracin que los
"duelo" por "La Prensa" oe' hombres de trabajo merecen,
Buenos Aires, deseo expresarle ya Man de Argentina o de
mi asombro y repulsa por esa | cualquier otro pals del mundo,
nueva Intervencin en las ac-' cualquiera que sea el motivo
tlvidads internas y gremiales saludle atentamente, Romn
de mi pas". Gil, Agregado Obrero a la Em-
"Adems. deseo sealarle que bajada Argentina".
la clase de periodismo que us-
ted representa, omite delibera-
damente el aspecto fundamen-
tal del asunto de "La Prensa",
que es exclusivamente gremial
Esto Indica que usted pasa por
alto los principios sobre los i
cuales est basada la justicia
social y esto significa una. o-
fensa Injusta a los trabajado-, El Teatro Central inaugurar
res argentinos que luchan por, desde hoy un ciclo de funciones
defender sus derechos gremla- sorpresivas, a las nueve de la no-
les no tomados en considera-1 che segn Informaciones sum-
Ciclo de sorpresa
inaugurar hoy el
Teatro 'Centrar
La Oficina de Expresos Areos i que comprende los distritos mu-
rontlnuar en el mismo local, nlcipales de Chorrera, Arraljn,
que ahora ocupa hasta nuevo Caplra y Chame.
aviso. | rasa a la atina col S>
clon por "La Prensa".
"Creo que el mayor peligro
para b. libertad de prensa es
transmisin una campaa antl-1 ese. tipo de omisin tan fre-
catlica encaminada a romper cuente en la prensa america-
los lazos entre el catolicismo! na. Esta no es precisamente la consistir en una de las produc-
Chlno y el Vaticano para formar forma de gosar de libertad de clones de la Warner Brothers
una "Iglesia independiente pa-' prensa, poroue en'onres el ver-, considerada como la mejor del
Uioilca". | dadero signiiicado del periodis- ao. ..
nlstradas por el Gerente de esta
empresa Teatral Sr. Francisco
rbrega.
Estas funciones se iniciarn
esta noche y su primer estreno
Estuvo descansando
el doctor Brin
en Nueva York
WA8HIKGTON, Abril 9 (UP)
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Panam. Dr. Carlos
N. Brin, saldr para panam el
sbado despus de su regreso
a Washington de una visita de
cuatro dias a Nueva York.
Brin sall por la via ferro-
viaria para Nueva York ayer en
la noche, y pasar una corta
temporada ded escanso all des-
ius de las dos semanas de con-
erenclaa de los Cancilleres
Americanos.
La Embajada de Panam en
Washington dijo que el nico
compromiso de Brin en Nueva
York es una cena de la sociedad
Panamericana el Jueves en la
noche. Brin regresar a Wash-
ington por tren el viernes y sal-
dr para Panam en avin el
sbado.
Se investigan las
actividades de
casas de hospedaje
El Dr. Roberto Sandoval, Di-
rector General de Salud Pbli-
ca, nos inform hoy que en el
cierre de las casas de citas, con-
trario a lo que se ha venido
comentando, no ha habido pre-
sin, sino que se ha atendido
las quejas y denuncios del p-
blico y se ha tenido en cuenta
la loralizacin de dichas casas,
sin parcialidad alguna.
Nos agreg el Dr. Sandoval
que el Departamento de Salud
Pblica viene haciendo desde
hace varias semanas una inves-
tigacin de algunos hoteles y
"casas de hospedajes para sol-
teros" que operan en el centro
de la ciudad y en sus afueras y
que se esta comprobando que
aunque, aparentemente se pre-
sentan como tales, estn vio-
lando las leyes y estn siendo
usadas para el negocio de la
prostitucin.
La Direccin de Salud Pblica
se nos dijo se dirigir a las
autoridades del caso para Impe-
dir que esto sisa sucediendo y
para que se les cancelen las pa-
tentes si es necesario
Se conjetura que aeran
tres los nios ahogados
en Matas Hernndez
Fue dramtica y desesperante la penosa labor de
rescatar los cadveres de los Olivares
Dos de tres nios fueron en- que los nios no haban re-
gresado. Acompaado de su es-
posa Eneida Valds de Oliva-
res, madre del nio y maestra
(Pasa a la Pna Col 1)
Ofrecern agasajo
a magnate de la
radio de Cuba
Maana, a las 12 y 30 del
da, don Fernando Eleta A.,
dar un almuerzo en honor del
conocido magnate de la radio
cubana don Goar Mestre.
A ese agasajo, han sido in-
vitados varios directores de
Radio-Peridico, periodistas y
dueos de Emisoras de nues-
tro pais.
"l propsito, nos dijo el Sr.
Eleta, de reunir a todos los
dueos de Emisoras y radio-
periodistas es el de Ir ya es-
bozando una legislacin radial
panamea, que sea afn a to-
da la legislacin radial del
continente.
El Sr. Goar Mestre. llegar*
Artes, hoy a las 9 y 30 de la ocha
lleg a su casa como a las 2.30 y se hospedar en el "Hotel El
de la tarde, encontr a la abue- Panam" y partir el mir-
la de Ismael preocupada por- coles en la madrugada._______
Plan de construcciones y d
caminos para las Provincias
de Chiriqu, Bocas y Darin
La mayor partida es para la construcein de la
carretera Boquete-Almirante
contrados muertos ayer, acci-
dentalmente en la cantera a-
bandonada de Matias Hernn-
dez, al ahogarse en la inmen-
sa laguna que se ha formado
all. Ellos son Ismael y Gustavo
Olivares y su recuperacin ne-
cesit del concurso de la Poli-
ca Nacional, el Cuerpo de Bom-
beros y la cooperacin popular
bajo la direccin del Fiscal Pri-
mero y del Mdico Forense, Dr.
Anbal Grimaldo.
Desaparecieron el sbado
Gustavo Olivares, que reside
con la familia Angenlard en la
Urbanizacin Mlraflores para
maestros, fu a la casa de su
hermano Ismael Olivares Jr.,
quien resida con su padre en
Juan Diaz, como habia acos-
tumbrado muchas veces. El s-
bado a las diez de la maana
salieron de paseo por los al-
rededores de su casa y cuando
su padre, don Ismael Olivares,
muy conocido por haber sido
maestro de quinto y sexto gra-
tos, tambin por haber traba-
jado en la Intendencia de la
Polica y Profesor del
El siguiente es el plan de
construcciones y de caminos a-
probado por la Comisin Leg is:
latlva Permanente y que ser
desarrollado durante la presen-
te vigencia fiscal por el Mi-
nisterio de Obras Pblicas:
Provincia de Chiriqu
Estructura de la escuela de
La* Lomas, B. 50.00.
Estructura de la escuela de
Las Lajas. 40.00.
Estadio de David. 40,000.
Asilo de Ancianos. 10.000.
Unidad Sanitaria de Boque-
rn, 10.000.
Escuela de Alanje. 4,000
Escuela de Pedregal, 4.000.
Escuela de Puerto Armuelles,
5.000.
Escuela de Chirlqui, 7.500.
Cuartel La Unin. 1.200.
Carretera a Tole. 18.000.
Carretera a Boquete-Palmlra.
10,000.
Carretera A 1 a nJe-Querebalo,
10000.
Camino cliciuivalacin a Bo-

quete. 20,000.
Camino circunvalacin a las
Lomas, 20,000
Camino David-8an Carlos, 3,-
500.
Puente sobre quebrada Argues
(Dolega), 7.000.
Para la construccin de la eg
rretera Boquete-Almirante, 80S.
070.60.
Provincia del Darin
Caseta para planta elctri-
ca de Tucuti, B. 5.000.
Caseta para la planta elctri-
ca de Jaqu. 5.000.
Terminacin Escuela Chepl-
gana. 5.000.
Edificio para Gobernacin, ..
20,000.
Provincia de Bocas del Tora
Cuartel en Baha Azul, B.
2.000
Galera para la lancha del
Resguardo, 2 000.
Calles de Bocas. 7.500.
Puente de Crlcamola, 5.000.
Escuela de Almirante, 10,000,


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VI PANAMA AMERICA MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES. ABRIL 9, 1951
PanamaMnca
MAR INDEPENDIENTE
HARMORIO ARIAS. OmtCTOa
CDITADO *On LA
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EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA,
riLtrOhO -O740 ICCNTRAl PH.VADAI APARTADO POSTAL NO
AN MM MUJW BITIMOCM .N ATA CUOaO. CA'.l M. N.>. 7
VIOLENTAS PERSECUCIONES RELIGIOSAS
DEL COMUNISMO
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
por ti., pv t/'
LA BIENAL DE ARTES
PLSTICAS DE MADRID
Decepciones de un Pacifista
n
MANCHURIA Y COREA
Tenemos hoy dos postguerras
a la vista: la que comenz e>!
1918 y la que comenz en 1945.
las cualA sucedieron, respectiva-
mente, a la primera y a la segun-
Attlee
Adenauer a Hitler.
Roosevelt. De Gasped a Musso-
lini, etc. Estamos muy lejos, por
consiguiente, de hallarnos abo-
cados, en cuanto al personal* di-
En diversas ocasiones se ha : da conflagracin mundial. En- i rigente, a las mismas condlclc-
slbles a esta clase de reacclo-
TI 68
sustituye a Churchill.
Truman a
hablado en esta columna de la
Exposicin Bienal de Arte His-
panoamericano que se Inau-
gurar en Madrid el 12 de Oc-
tubre de 1951, festividad de
la Raza o del Descubrimiento
de Amrica, que seria ms a-
pi opiado titulo para el acon-
tecimiento que se conmemora.
Como es sabido, se pens en
la inauguracin el 23 de Abril,
pero luego con acierto se tras-
lad esa inauguracin al 12 de
tre esas dos postguerras medio
un perodo de tiempo de un
cuarto de siglo, aproximada-
mente, segn dijimos en el ar-
ticulo anterior; pero desde *!
comienzo de la segunda post-
guerra hasta hoy van corridos
nes que prevalecan en el mun-
do de la poltica Internacional
en 1938. inicio de la Segunda
Guerra. Pensar ahora que por-
que* slo han transcurrido cinco
aos de la postguerra que co-
menz en 1945 podemos desean-
Udad oriental, se tomara como pero la Liga fue de opinin que preseintado .la guerra dUfrazada
el procedimiento adoptado por, de hoy en Corea .invocacin del
el Japn desde el 18 de septiem- derecho de la legitima defensa
bre de 1931 para resolver manu, a favor de la Corea del Norte
militan sus diferencias con Chl- contra una Imaginarla amenaza
na no tena fundamento en !a' de agresin por parte de la Re-
Ubre determinacin ni en la le-1 pblica Surcoreana. e invoca-
gtima defensa siendo como eran cin del derecho de libre deter-
ambas Naciones miembros de la minacln a favor de la Corea to-
Llga obligados a dirigir sus di- tal para ver de imponerle, a la
ferenclas por las vas pacifica1;! sombra de una cuestin de orden
determinadas en el Pacto. Tan- domstico ajena a las atribucio-
to el informe Lytton como la; nes de la ONU. una forma de
Resolucin de la Asamblea de la gobierno totalitario grato y pro-
seis aos y. por lo tanto. cjueda- sar tranquilos en la confianza
ra n periodo de veinte aos de | de que nos queda un saldo aeree-
paz por transcurrir si las crisis! dor de veinte aos de paz. con-
forme al precedente del cuarto
de siglo transcurrido entre a
blicas que sufre el mundo e
realizaran con la misma/regula- .
rldad peridica que algunos es- primera y la segunda postguerra
Octubre. El factor tiempo es, prltus simplistas les atribuyen, seria cometer el mes estulto de
esencial y era en realidad muy para que tal hiptesis resulta- ios suicidio Internacionales; y
precipitado lograr brillantez en
la primera fecha que se lan-
z con fervor por el Instituto
de Cultura Hispnica, organi-
zador de la Exposicin.
Pues sigue esa organizacin
ra exacta sera preciso que las
condiciones del mundo no cam-
biaran en todo ese cuarto de si-
los Estados Unidos, sus aliados
decocrtlcos. v la mayora de los
pases miembros de la Organlza-
glo. que el medio social y poltico clon de las Naciones Unidas, se
donde germinan como en un l han apresurado a ltima hora a
caldo de cultura microbiano las rectificar los deplorables errores
s hombre da- grandes conflagraciones, perma- de clculos en que Incurrieron
do a descansar AffUo Sanchez ecle Jfual.dVante ese perio- a| ce_*r 1m hoetlUdato, desmo-
Bella. Director del Instituto. In-
siste, entre sonrisas y hace tra-
bajar a los que le rodean a
su ritmo.
Creo que Panam acudir al
concurso de arte. Tenemos ac
pintores y dibujantes de Indis-
cutible fuerza.
Se Insiste en que la exposi-
cin muestre cuanto debe mos-
trar: y por supuesto se habla
de arte nuevo de artistas que
lleven la Inquietud de Am-
rica all donde se imagina el
de por estos lados que todo
ha de ser acadmico. Y no lo
es...
Ratificacin de ml Idea la
encuentro en unas declaracio-
nes de Pancho Cossio. el pin-
tor espaol que naci en la
isla de Cuba y que conserva
su devocin por estas tierras
nacidas para la civilizacin oc-
cidental merced a aquella Rei-
na Doa Isabel, creyente en
Cristbal Coln.
Pancho Cossio, gran pintor e
Inquieto pintor, establece esto:
"SI para llevar la tranquili-
dad a los artistas de Amrica
he de decir que los artistas
nuevos de Espaa repudiamos
el arte seudoacadmlco, lo di-
r...
Bravo, Ilustre artistas. As
hay que hablar. Porque es ver-
dad lo que tambin dice Cossio:
que las salidas a Amrica de
los pintores espaoles no han
do en todas las latitudes, y que
los hombres y las Potencias en
cuyas manos descansa principal-
mente la direccin de los destl-
vlllzando v desarmando.
El rearme de esas Naciones es
hoy una pliza de seguro nece-
saria, Indispensable, contra una
nos humanos obedecieran en to- guerra eventual, y sus buenos
do tiempo v lugar a las mismos resultados no son dudosos para
mviles o causas determinantes nadie que posea un cerebro nor-
No siendo posible la slmultanei- mal. va sea que estalla o no la
dad de ese cmulo de ldentida- I temida Tercera Guerra univer-
des en el planeta, la periodicidad | sal, pues en caso positivo habre-
matemtlca de las guerras un- mos tomado una eficaa-medlda
versales resulta ms problema-1 de proteccin, y en caso /iegatl-
tica true la cuadratura del circu- vo. una medida no menos efica'.
lo, y el ciclo blico de 23 aos de previsin y disuasin,
seria una impostura indigna has En la serle de analogas hls-
ta de los modernos Nostradamu*
Sin embargo, no todo es com-
tricas a que aludimos en nues-
tro artculo anterior, hay que a-
Es frecuente en la propaganda catequizado
del comunismo la invocacin demaggica de la li-
bertad religiosa. Pero sta como ninguna otra en-
cuentra en la prctica del sistema sovitico ni la
ms insignificante consideracin. Por el contrario,
forma parte esencial de la tctica comunista erra-
dicar de la conciencia humana toda creencia o sen-
timiento religioso.
Quizs debido a los acontecimientos militares
de los ltimos meses en el Lejano Oriente no to-
dos tienen ocasin de fijarse en las noticias rela-
cionadas con las persecuciones comunistas contra
las altas jerarquas de todas las religiones de ori-
gen cristiano dentro de los vastos territorios do-
minados por el rgimen sovitico. Y donde toda-
va no ha llegado la invasin fsica y se est vivien-
dodo la primera etapa de tipo proselitista all se
advierte tambin, a veces algo disimulada, la cam-
paa sorda pero constante contra las creencias reli-
giosas.
La libertad es objeto de las ms crueles viola-
ciones. Sin ningn respeto a los derechos se encar-
celan a los Prelados y sacerdotes. Hace algn tiem-
po, el mundo occidental se conmovi con aquel fa-
moso proceso contra el Primado de Hungra, el
Cardenal Mindszenty, quien fue vctima de todas
las torturas imaginables hasta llegar a aniquilarlo
en sus aptitudes mentales y en sus fuerzas fsicas.
Recientemente se ha condenado, despus de un pro-
ceso por "delitos" contra el poder del Estado a Mon-
seor Beran, Arzobispo de Praga. Adems, hay que
recordar que Pastores Protestantes tambin han
sido objeto de inicuas prisiones de parte de los go-
biernos comunistas.
A sto hay ,ue agregar que todos loa ^^^Jgg~ KK^KnS
v los cultos de comunidades religiosas que aun que- S^^'T," f!. nacional han cambiado de post- ma tarde ftnte la Asamblea,
dan tras la cortina de hierro-ya son muy pocos- r^^cA^-moviJ Sn^r^^^rViA^ffi^utSTS
tffiS* ^ vn m!3flZS? para"'" T "%H F? S^K&"S5u Sffit. & ft. SE
ridadtd y estas se valen He^tialqilier recurso para enescuUura. en grabado, en di-. ,3niui, que permanecen en las|bi*a cou toda la delegacin nl-
clausurar abiertamente iglesias, escuelas y univer-
sidades. Actualmente en China, por ejemplo, la
-ampaa en este sentido es tan intensa como cruel.
nlexldad. diversidad e lmposlbl- i notar primeramente la que pre-
ndad en la vida Internacional.! senta la agresin Japonesa con-
v as como el mdico receta qul- tra la Manchuria china en 1931.
nina con buen xito a todos los comparativamente a la agresl'i
enfermos que presentan slnto- contra la Repblica Coreana del
mas de fiebre infecciosa, con sur por bra de los Coreanas del
excepcin de las contadislmas Norte con la ayuda de la China
naturalezas alrgicas a esa dro-' comunista v el respaldo ruso en
ga. que para el caso no vale la 1950. La China ha pasado de la
pena de tomar en cuenta, asi- categora de nacin agredida
mismo, ocurre con las manles- que tuvo en 1931. a la de nacin
un sntoma de hostilidades mas
o menos remotas, sin que por o-
tra parte el antecedente de los
ocho aos de preparacin mili-
tar Japonesa* constituya ley o
pauta Indefectible para profeti-
zar el advenimiento trgico de
la Tercera Guerra Mundial que
todos entrevemos en perspecti-
va.,
Dentro de esa analoga de si-
tuaciones que acabamos de sena-
lar entre ayer y hoy. cabe otra
analoga Igualmente significati-
va: la que nos ofrece la cuestin
de Shanghai, posesin britnica
en el territorio chino a la cual
se hizo extensiva en un momen-
to dado la agresin Japonesa de
ahora 20 ac*. y la cuestin de
Hong Kong. posesin britnica
igualmente, a la cual se ha ex-
tendido la amenaza de los agre-
sores chlno-norcoreanos de hoy.
El ataque Japons a Shanghai
en 1932 lesionaba los Intereses de
una-de las Potencias que ocupa-
ban un puesto permanente con
derecho al veto en el Consejo de
Liga del 21 de febrero de 1932
condenaron la ocupacin por las
tropas Japonesas de todo el te-
rritorio chino que no fuera !a
zona restringida del Ferrocarril
Sud-Manchurlano.
Hoy esgrimen los rusos las
mismas armas Jurdicas de la
Ubre determinacin y la legiti-
ma defensa tratando de Justifi-
car la Invasin de la Repblica
Coreana del Sur por los Corea-
nos del Norte, en tanto que la
ONU se niega a ver en el conflic-
to una simple cuestin de orden
la Liga, y se rumoraba Insisten-! interno de los coreanos eh la
teniente entre bastidores que por cual le est vedado intervenir a
esa razn deba ser objeto de un j, las Naciones Unidas. En cambio,
tratamiento especial, dlscrlmlna-
yechoso para sus vecinos sovi-
ticos.
Ms disfrazada an resulta la
guerra de las Naciones Unida*
con la China comunista dentro
de la rbita del conflicto corea-
no. Las tropas regulares de
Mao Tse-Tung en Corea se ha-
can aparecer como mesnadas de
voluntarlos para despistar al
mundo con declaraciones oficia-
les de neutralidad; pero como la
mentira tiene las patas afuera
v perdnesenos la expresin la
Asamblea de la ONU habra trai-
cionado su mandato de veracidad
y honradez si no huboese marca-
do a la China Roja con el estlg-
torlo. de parte del Consejo y de
los combatientes. En realidad lo
fue. El caso de hostilidades im-
puesto desde un principio po
el Consejo v desatendido por el
Japn en lo concerniente a Man-
churia, fue respetado por ambos
contendientes en lo tocante a
Shanghai. Esa poltica de dos agresores asiticos no se propon-
pesas y dos medidas dl lugar a dr Rusia imitar en este caso
una alusin nuestra en la Deca- i la tctica Japonesa de 1933 ,re-
racln de Principios que hicimos tirndose de la ONU para eiuoir
la Asamblea de las Naciones U- ma del agresor y puesto al des
nldas ha declarado agresor al: cubierto sus tortuosas maquina-
Gobierno comunista chino por
su Intervencin militar en la
guerra de Corea; y recordando
los antecedentes del conflicto
manchuriano de hace 20 aos,
nos preguntamos si por solidari-
dad Ideolgica y politlca con los
en la sesin del Consejo del 21
de Noviembre de 1931, celebrad*
en Paris, y en nuestros discur-
sos ante el mismo Cuerpo del 19
de febrero v el 7 de marzo de
1932. en Ginebra. En la Memo-
ria legislativa de la Secretara
de Relaciones Exteriores corres-
pondiente al ao de 1932 y en
nuestro libro "Ao y Medio en
Ginebra", editado en 1934. apa-
en esa forma sus obligaciones
contractuales y continuar sus
preparativos blicos para recu-
rrir aos despus, ya libre de
incmoda cortapisas, a la ltima
ratio regum.
No olvidemos que un perodo
de ocho aos intervino entre el
clones.
A los apaciguamientos, con-
temporizaciones, papeleo y dila-
ciones que caracterizaron la ac-
cin politlca de la Liga de Na-
ciones en 1931. 1932 y 1931, su-
cedi un lustro despus la ab-
sorcin de Austria, Polonia y
los Balacanes por los ejrcitos
de Hitler, y la Irrupcin consi-
guiente de la Guerra Europea ge-
neral. Dos aos despus sobrevi-
no el ataque del Japn contra
Pearl Harbor que desencaden
la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Hoy
en Corea ha habido menos leni-
dad de parte de las Naciones U-
nldas en los mtodos de hacerle
frente al conflicto que en tiempo
retiro del Japn de la Liga de e ia extinta Liga, y el resulta-
Naciones v su ulterior agresin
recen publicados esos documen- > armada contra los Estados Unl-
tos que nos valieron en 1932 un dos en Pearl Harbor. No seria
simptico e Inolvidable home- imposible, por lo tanto, que la
naje por parte de la Asociacin prxima guerra mundial estalla-
de Estudiantes Latinoamrica-1 se ocho aos despus de una
nos de Pars presidida entonce, probable retirada rusa del seno
do final habr de ser uno de
dos: o la Tercera Guerra Mun-
dial estalla a ms corto plazo,
pero mucho mas corto, que el
que intervino entre las dos gue-
rras anteriores, o las Potencias
del Mal abandonan delrtltiva-
por nuestro hoy distinguido ju- ; de la ONU, y los antecedentes de mente la guerra como inatru-
risconsulto- y profesor doctor la cuestin del Pacifico pudieran
taciones sintomticas de confia- agresora, reconocida como tal. | M Lasso de ^ vega. Inducirnos a pensar as. Sin em-
gracln universal que suelen en 1950. No puede concebirse mns I ej ceae e hostilidades y la cal-1 bargo, los Estados Unidos y otras
presentar esos grandes enfermos radical Inversin de papeles. ma tranaitorla que sucedi a la Potencias no se han atenido a
que llamamoa las Grandes Po- El 19 de Septiembre de 1931. balalla de shanghai hizo conce- esta lgica de Inducciones y pre-
tendas, hacedoras y desfacedo- el mismo da en que ocupaba Wr a|unas falsas esperanzas de sunclones sin slida base cien-
ras del bueno y del mal tiempo panam su puesto en el Consejo QUlz se nabran tornaao tfica, v han comenzado sin pr-
en las relaciones de los Estados de la Liga de Naciones, elegida verdadera si ]a iav del Pacto de dlda de tiempo a prepararse en
entre si. y que no sonesas ma- por la Asamblea por un manda-
nlfestaciones factores lnslgnl- to de tres aos, se reciba en
ficantes para la determinacin Ginebra la nueva del ataque ar-
del diagnstico o del pronstico mado a Mukden efectuado la vs-
por parte de los clnicos Interna- j pera por fuerzas del ejrcito lm-
clonales. perlal japons.
Inmediatamente comenzaron
Desde la segunda guerra mun- ,M recriminaciones v alegatos
an tras la cortina ae nierruyu uu "uj i#*~-*"> cno cossio nan creauo un re- ,m0vian han sido r
.tan hain la vigilancia estranculadora de las auto- cel. un desconfianza, respecto po, otros. Sl except
.aldn oaju u iguauia iaiiouguiuu.1. ja lo que se hace en pintura,! Retados Unidos Ora
ridades V stas se valen He lalqilier recurso para escultura, en gratado, en di- Canad, que permai
bujo, i en la Pennsula. i mlsmas posiciones de antao, al
Igual que las llamadas mediana-
Hablar de la pintura espa- y pequeas potencias latlnoame-
ola en Amrica es hablar de rlcanas que nos hemos solldarl-
lo anodino, de lo repetido; no zado con las grandes democra-
tic- <...*, j ,.,...,..;., rolitrinauo n>rs de lo fuerte, de lo avanzado, cas en ambas guerras mundla-
Por encima de creencias religiosas personales t pintorM espanoles que Yla_: ,Mi conviene recordar que antes
todo individuo consciente de lo que Significa la ll- j jan se contentan con el prfl- de terminar Ja^wnto Guerra
bertad tiene que ver con repugnancia esa clase de
persecuciones que vulneran el derecho a pensar sin
intromisiones de carcter coercitivo y que, en for-
ma irritante, niegan una de las histricas Cuatro
Libertades proclamadas por el eximio estadista de
la humanidad contempornea, Franklin D. Roose-
velt. La libertad de culto es incompatible con la doc-
trina y el sistema comunista.
do retrato o con el palaajtllo Mundial, en 1945. Francia haba
lamentable. V esto no es. repudiado ya al Gobierno cola-
Hay otros artistas en Espa- | ^c*?ntart^^hyr?Eli I us satlites hicieron para con-
Espa. supo avanzar en el ^ u tr^ra tr^teUmal I ^
pona, manifestando que "su pas
y los dems miembros de la Li-
ga tenan miras divergentes a-
cerca de la manera de establecer
la Daz en Extremo Oriente".
Los agresores de hoy. los Co-
reanos del Norte y la China Ro-
ja, no forman parte de la Orga-
nizacin de las Naciones Unidas
por ms esfuerzo que Rusia
la Liga se hubiera aplicado por! debida forma para enfrentarse
Igual en Manchuria y en Shan-
ghai.
En las amenazas actuales de
la China comunista contra Hu.;
Kong que acaso explique cier-
tas actitudes de la Gran Breta-
a hacia los agresores del da, -
no podemos dejar de reconocer rea. una "guerra disfrazada El
a un posible ataque sorpresivo
a la usanza oriental, con lo cual
han demostrado buen Juicio v
larga visual.
La guerra chino-Japonesa de
1931 fue. como la de hoy en Co-
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tambin repudi por ese enton-
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solini que la condujo al desas-
tre, v adopt hasta cierto punto
la actitud de su vecina de a-
llende los Alpes. Rusia, crue na
ha cesado de abrazar fervorosa-
mente la doctrina totalitaria, le
ha vuelto la escalda a sus alia-
Es que Joan Mir no es es- as ([e \a vspera y se ha erigido
paol? Es que Picasso no na- en el antagonista nmero 1 d?
ci en Mlaga? Y tantos otros. iO Estados que practican la de-
Este Pancho Cossio. sin ir ms' mocracia liberal. Le Polonia rea-
lejos. Y el grupo de catalanes tltuta de 1918 ea hov un satll-
que se Inici con el admirable te de Mosc. Rumania, Bulgaria.
Nonell. I Checoeslovaquia y Hungra han
La Exposicin Bienal de Ar-1 cado tambin dentro de la es-
te Hispanoamericano quiere pin- lera de Influencia de la U.R.S.S
tores americanos: que crucen a cuyo vasallaje slo Yugoesla-
> XVII y sabe avanzar hoy
arte triunfa porque respeta
ri tiempo. Intil el arcasmo
Intil mantenerse en una fr-
mula, en una tcnica.
Pancho Cossio habla de los
seudo Davll. de los seudo Ro-
settl: decididamente odiosos. Y
no son los artistas de Espaa
Es que Dal no es espaol?
na Roja; pero Rusia se ha soli-
darizado con la causa de los a-
gresores en la tribuna de 'a
ONU y tiene tambin miras di-
vergentes acerca de la manera
de establecer la paz en Extremo
Oriente. Los debates sobredi
conflicto actual comenzaron ha-
ce ocho meses ante el Consejo
de Seguridad v ante la Asamblea
de Lake Success, pero esta vez n
es un miembro de la Sociedad
de las Naciones el agredido, co-
mo lo fue la China por el Japn
en 1931: esta vez es la Organi-
zacin de las Naciones Unidas la
que en vista de la violacin de
la paz en Asia nor obra de la
Corea del Norte y de la China
Roja contra la Corea del Sur,
ha tenido que pasar del perodo
ePrnar: para que" luego ios" de ; va parece hab^r resistido, all vengan a estas tierras. I Balcanes. Grecia. Persia y Tu' lnformes a que tan adida
Es necesario que los pintores a"^ ',a"/^a^0Jf.mbvAlee.1 fue la Liga de Naciones, al de
d Panam vayan al concurso abrazo df^oro mo^vUa.^AIe^ ]M Mncl efectivas, y no
contra la China misma, sino con-
tra la Corea del Norte, satlite
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rt.P *i.fu rvlAn mi amlen'contra su destino prximo, tan
i M atnn?n? lherolsT se parecido al de la criatura bibll-
el doctor Antonio Alberoia, se,v failn ooinmnir aunnua "" "c *" ""** ""-'-'' <-<"-=-
est ocupando de esto. No es fe f*on*'7nteres naci-. H*'.0- v ejecuter en prl-
inoportuno Insistir. Que me per- *i esi ms vlncXdo hov al mCT Instancia de los mismo*
j._*l .i j_-._ iik..nu rviMiw- nal csla ma? vincuiaao "v rt.fii_nin!, rip dominio r.nnt.inen-
!rla- ESE-! porvenh de las' de=acl*7 11-'; ffS^MSSu^el^
> anima- berales e al de, ceWitmo to-, ^IffLi SSaviS- el Im
co lo que l vale como
dor: por lo mismo deseo coope-
rar con l.
Qui/.a fuera conveniente una
[exposicin previa aqu en Pa-
nam, destinada a escoger los
cuadros que deberan enviarse
a la Bienal de Madrid. Los Ce-
deo. los Sinclair Ballesteros,
que
talltarlo. Del Japn podemos de-
cir otro tanto, no asi de China,
cuya guerra civil explot hbil-
mente el Gobierno del Kremlin.
De algunos otros pases no po-
dramos decir en puridad de
verdad que han caldo bajo la
influencia sovitica, pero raz-
los duber. los Bentez. tantos nes de vecindad geogrfica v el
otros trabajos yo no he con- miedo cerval a las represalias de
perio del Sol Naciente.
La China Roja n puede, por
lo tanto, repetir hoy el gesto
del Japn en 1933 porque no for-
mando parte de las ONU. ma)
puede retirarse de ella; pero *.
podra hacerlo su personero ru-
so que pertenece a ese Cuerpo v
ya una vez ensay la tctica Ja-
ponesa de la retirada aunque no
redo-' en ,orm* definitiva porque no
iVeTesanteT-cabe-etee-n-e-n-a I blar de cautela -ios Consejo, ^ff^^S^SL d'es*
exposicin previa. Y si se til- tJ.Nacin Unida* ^Cosa, carriada a, redi, comun AnQt(
gen cuatro, seis, ocho obras,
para que Panam est repre-
sentada dignamente en Madrid,
habrse hecho labor nacional.
templado pero que han de ser todo gnero los obligante ; i Urdo mucho en relnRresar a la
ONU como regresa la oveja des-
harto comprensible 1 se repara | canriada ^c0^n.1AJnoe-
en que las mlsmas Grandes Po- *mbarR0-l(lu notorias afinidades con el ulti-
mtum japons de 1932 contra
la posesin .britnica de Shan-
ghai.
El reconocimiento en aquellos
das del Gobierno ttere del Man-
ehukuo por-. efottM; Japn, y la
inmediata firma dt un tratado
de alianza entre los dos Gobier-
nas ofrece tambin evidente pa-
ralelismo con el reconocimiento
de la China comunista de hov
por el Soviet y la celebracin In-
mediata de un tratado de alian-
za entre ambos. Pero difieren las
dos situaciones en que ciertos
Rstados miembros de la ONU se
han apresurado a reconocer al
Gobierno de la China Roja au-
mentando asi el peligro amarillo
que hace medio siglo denunci il
mundo Guillermo II, el ltimo
Kaiser.
Esta vez el Consejo de Segu-
ridad de la ONU no tuvo opor-
tunidad de protestar ante Rusia
por haberlo colocado ante un'
fait accompli antes de resolver-
se la cuestin del Pacifico y de
firmarse el tratado de paz con
el Japn, como en ocasin pare-
cida protest el Consejo de la
Liga ante el Japn cuando esta
Potencia reconoci al Gobierno
del Manchukuo artificialmente
estructurado por ella, prefabri-
cado diramos hoy, antes de re-
solverse el conflicto chino-Japo-
ns que estaba sometido a la
consideracin del Consejo.
Con dos instituciones Jurdi-
cas anduvo haciendo Juegos ma-
labares el Japn en sus alegatos
ante el Consejo entre 1931 i
1933: lo. La libre determinacin
de los pueblos para regir sus
propios destinos, en defensa de
la creacin del Manchukuo al
amparo de la guerra de conquis-
ta de la cual surgi esa entidad
poltica: 2o. La legitima defen-
sa, para cohonestar, bajo el pre-
texto de pseudo-obllgaclones In-
ternacionales violadas por ,a
China, la agresin de Mukden
y la campaa blica emprendi-
da por el Japn en esa Nacin.
Arga el Japn que la Man-
churia, parte Integrante de la
China, poda ejercitar licitamen-
te su derecho de libre determi-
nacin para separarse de la ma-
dre patria sin violar el Derecho
de Gentes ni el Pacto de la Liga.
socorrido expediente de la cues-
tin de orden interno invocada
hace 20 anos para cohonestar
la fabricacin del Gobierno
manchuriano independiente y !a
desmembracin territorial de la
China, y el no menos socorrido
expediente de la legitima defen-
sa Invocado tambin porwJa-
pn para encubrir con un'pre-
tendida violacin de los tratados
la agresin militar desemboza-
da, le sirvieron para evitar una
declaracin de guerra formal y
recurrir a tcticas sorpresivas
destinadas a producir el descon-
cierto en el nimo del adversa-
rlo.
Estos mismos caracteres los ha
en que
tenclas Europeas han Ido sen-
se retir de la Liga ocho aos
antes- de su ataque armado con-
tra Pearl Harbor, en 1941, lapso
suficiente para preparar sus pla-
Quiero terminar con esta casi peramos en Madrid con los bra-
arenga de Pancho Cossio, dlrl- sos abiertos, brazos ue, huelga nes blicos que en los primeros
gida a nuestros artistas: no se decirlo, son brazos fraternos. \ ^ias de la lucha armada pre-
les ha excluido. : Sentimos la hermandad por cleron asegurarle el triunfo t-
menlo de poltica Internacional
hasta nueva orden, o hasta nue-
vo orden de cosas, para ser ms
exacto.
Narciso Garay.
Dinamarca podr
comprar petrleo
en Amrica Latina
WASHINGTON, Abril 8. (U.
p.). La Administracin do
Cooperacin Econmica auto-
riz hoy a Dinamarca a com-
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CL FANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDSFENDIENT
PAGINA TRr
Se califica de "intolerable"
situacin de los aviones
la
aliados
Sobre problemas de taxis se
expide en sta un memorndum
MEMORANDUM
Para el seor Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia del Sindicato
de Choferes de- Taxi de Panam
Re.: Problema creado por el
monopolio que, en cuanto al
transporte de pasajeros que lic-
itan al Hotel El Panama o sa-
len de l, mantiene la empresa
denominada "Radio Taxi".
impuestas por virtud de la con-
cesin de que se deja hecha re-
ferencia, no pueden estacionar
sus vehculos en los alrededores
del hotel El Panama y, mucho
menos, recoger pasajeros all.
4La odiosa situacin de pri-
vilegio a que se alude, no slo
viola el claro precepto cons-
titucional arriba citado, sino
tambin la letra y el espritu
del Decreto dictado por el Or-
ha de perjudicar tambin, a la
postre, los Intereses econmi-
cos de la empresa propietaria
del hotel El Panam, que ha
contribuido a la creacin de esa
odiosa situacin de privilegio.
IISolucin concreta del
problema
Como solucin concreta del
problema surgido, el Sindicato
de Choferes de Taxi de Pana-
m pide al seor Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia:
lo.) La aplicacin del De-
Estn luchando
con desvntala
en la actualidad
TOKIO, Abril 0 (UP)Los
Representantes Norte-Ame-rica
Con lgrimas se despidi a
la seora de Juan J. Arvalo
cuando parti de Gi atenala
Diarlo de Cenlro Amrica del esposa hasta dejarla Instalada
20 de mtfrzo de 1951. La ma-en la cabina del avin que hoy
ms tarde la nave se elevaba Alguien dijo a nuestro lado con
Sobre la multitud reunida en acento tembloroso de emocin
el aeropuerto, se agitaban las Hoy, ms que nunca, don;,
manos en gesto de despedida. I Elisa est aqu.
nlfestacin de cario ms her-
mosa y ms espontnea tribu-
tada a doa Elisa Martnez de
la lleva hasta la lejana Bue-
nos Aires. Aquella cabina que-
d convertida en un jardn, tal
dente, doctor Juan Jos Arva-
lo. fue la que recibi esta ma-
ana en el aeropuerto de La
Aurora, cuando all lleg para
t tomar el avin que !a condu-
nos O. K. Armonstrong y W. ce a Buenos Aires, en donde
J. Bryan Dprn dijeron que la | la espera el afecto de sus fa-
miliares. Centenares de perso-
nas se congregaron en La Au-
rora para despedir a la seora
de Arvalo y patentizarle su
Arvalo, esposa del ex-presl-1 fue la cantidad de flores que
(Nota: Los hechos y consi-1 gano Ejecutivo, por conducto de.
deraciones que aqui se exponen, ese misterio, aboliendo los mo- i nlstracion; y
restriccin Impuesta a las tro-
pas de las Naciones Unidas
para llevar la guerra hbsta el
,utio comunista era una "si-
creto Elecutlvo que aboli el tuacln Intolerable" y pidieron i
monopolio de rutas y las sita- que se dejara al General Mac-
riones de privilegio^ relativas al; nrthur en libertad. para tomar
transporte de pasajeros, exis- medidas que l "considere ne-
tentes ron anterioridad a la \ cesaras" para derrotar a los
iniciacin de la actual Admi-1 rojos.
manos cariosas llevaron a la
seora de Arvalo. All se ml-1
raban, Junto a la linda caja1
transparente con orqudeas, los'
ramilletes formados con humll-'|
des flores de los patios de las I
rasas proletarias. Estas, por ir I
desnudas, perfumaban ms... |
asi como la solucin que se pro-
pone, se hacen extensivos a la
situacin 'similar creada en el
Aeropuerto de Tocumen, por
Expreso Tocumen
1Hechos y consideraciones en
torno a loa mismos
1La empresa propietaria del
hotel El Panam, otorg exclu-
sivamente, segn se afirma, a
la entidad denominada "Radio
Taxi", representada por el se-
or Vasco Arosemena. conce-
sin para el transporte de pa-
sajeros que lleguen al referido
hotel o que salgan de l. Por
virtud de esa exclusiva "conce-
sin", slo los carros de pro-
piedad de la citada empresa de
transporte pueden recoger pa-
sajeros en ese hotel, quedando
excluidos, por consiguiente, de
tal actividad, todos los dems
carros que se dedican al trans-
porte urbano de personas y.
en especial, los carros "taxis".
2Tal situacin constituye a
todas luces una verdadera si-
tuacin de privilegio en pugna
con la disposicin del artculo
239 de la Consttiucln Nacional,
que establece, en forma clara
y terminante, que "no "habr
monopolios particulares".
3Esa situacin de privilegio
lesiona de modo notable los de-
rechos e Intereses de crecido
nmero de choferes panameos
que derivan honestamente su
propio sustento y el de las per-
sonas que de ellos dependen,
del transporte urbano de pa-
sajeros, realizado ste por me-
dio de los carros llamados "ta-
xis", ya que ellos, los choferes,
por razn de las restricciones
Los Representantes dijeron
nopolios de rutas y las sita-1 2o.) La adopcin de las que las Naciones Unidas estn
clones de privilegio relativas al medidas conducentes al fin de luchando con una gran i
irte urbano de pasajeros, conseguir que los carros "taxis'
transporte
existentes con anterioridad a
los Inicios de la actual Admi-
nistracin.
SEsa misma odiosa situa-
cin de privilegio se traduce,
por lo que hace referencia a
la fijacin del precio del trans-
porte de los pasajeros, en nota-
ble perjuicio econmico para
stos, ya que se les hace ob-
jeto de una explotacin Incon-
trolada, todo lo cual se dedu-
ce claramente comparando la
tarifa puesta en vigencia por
Radio Taxi en lo relativo al
transporte colectivo de pasaje-
tengan acceso al hotel El Pa-
nam, sea para recoger o para
dejar pasaferos, medanle el
cumplimiento por parte de di-
chos carros de un minimum de
exigencias, las cuales podran
ser formuladas por una comi-
sin mixta integrada asi: un
representante del Gobierno, un
representante de la empresa
propietaria' del hotel El Panam
y un representante del Sindi-
cato de Choferes de Taxi de
Panam.
IIIExtensin de la solucin al
problema de Tocumen
La solucin que dejamos pro-
ros, con la que nosotros, los i puesta para el problema plan-
choferes de taxis, aplicamos al
mismo transporte. Esta ltima,
a Ims de ser justa, es legal,
puesto que ha sido aprobada
por las autoridades tanto loca-
les como zoneitas que regulan
la materia.
6En vista de la situacin
creada como consecuencia de
todos los hechos anteriormen-
te expresados, el Sindicato de
Choferes de Taxi de Panam se
ha visto en la Imperiosa ne-
cesidad de salir en defensa de
los derechos e intereses de to-
dos sus miembros y a hacer
uso, por consiguiente, de todos
los medios lcitos que la Ley
pone a su alcance o el sentido
comn le aconseien, para dar
trmino a la odiosa situacin
de privilegio creada con la con-
cesin de que se deja hecha re- I
ferencla; situacin que no slo|
perjudica notablemente los de-
techos e intereses de los miem-
bros del Sindicato, sino que
teado puede servir de base tam-
bin para resolver el proble-
ma que existe en el Aeropuerto
de Tocumen. en donde la em*
presa denominada "Expreso To-
cuYnen", representada tambin
por el seor Vasco Arosemena,
ventaja "ese santuario del
enemigo detrs del Rio Yelu".
Dijeron que esta situacin es
Intolerable.
En las declaraciones hechas
en conjunto por los dos Re-
presentantes dijeron que "los
esbirros de Mosc estn ha-
ciendo la guerra contra las
Naciones Unidas. Nosotros no
podemos ver como la guerra
podra ser ganada si nuestras
tuerzas no pueden llevar la
accin al territorio enemigo.
Es lo mismo que si le pidi-
ramos a nuestros muchahos
que pelearan con una mano
atada".
"Estuvimos hablando con
nuestros pilotos despus de un
gran combate con los aviones
comunistas, y nos dljero amar-
gamente cmo se ven obliga-
dos a esperar a que los avio-
nes crucen ia frontera de
Manchuria, los ataquen, para
luego huir nuevamente a tra-
Esta maana, en el aeropuer-
lo vimos a la totalidad de las i
personas que durante los seis
aos de gobierno del doctor |
Ires nobres nor Arvalo, fueron amigos leales.;
. dYl o'* Vi? inst'uucln Pde I ^f^nosa V lui "Vi
Guarderas y Comedores Infan- no '2t Jj?" A i
" s^mitnto'Ve^ntantren/l!
gratitud por la obra social que
realiz en Guatemala, obra e-
fectlva en beneficio de los ni-
os
me
tada y tan lust ament elogia-
da en los ltimos tiempos por
la sociedad y la prensa com-
prensivas; porque hasta hoy
hay sectores y hay peridicos
que se encastillan en el ridicu-
lo de un silencio con el cual
se empean .en negar la evi-
dencia de una organizacin que
favorece a ms de quince mil
nios en los comedores, las
guarderas y los centros hospi-
talarios fundados por la seo-
ra de Arvalo y en donde se
prestan a la infancia y a las
madres proletarias servicios ab-
solutamente gratuitos.
La nota blanca la ponan los
nios de las guarderas Infan-
tiles y sus nieras, congrega-
das- para rendir homenaje de
despedida a su benefactora; la
nota bulliciosa estaba a cargo
de una multitud de chiquillos
de ambos sexos, comensales co-
tidianos de los comedores ln-
niantlene una igual situacin | vs de \e frontera hacia sus
dcP"v,Ie8i- ; bases detrs de sta."
Del seor Ministro, atenta-
mente,
Por el Sindicato de Choferes
de Taxi de Panam,
francisco A. Escobar,
8rlo. General.
Leonor Gonzlez Santos,
Srlo. de Defensa y Trabajo
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Ave. Central 56
Premio de la paz
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dean H. Johnson
LONDRES, Abril 9 (UP).La
~v"">~f Radio de Muscu anunci que el
ua I Profesor francs Federico Jollot
Curie, el Dr. Hewlett Johnson, el
llamado "Dean Rojo" de Canter-
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La informacin fu radio-di-
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escuchada en Londres, y no dio
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Los premios fueron estableci-
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les impeda hablar; y la ma-'
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El PANAMA AMRICA MARIO INDEPINOIENTt
Reporte Semanal:
El mercado del arroz
en Estados Unidos
Los mercados de arroz estuvieron bastante tranquilo*
durante la ltima .emana de Marzo, segn informes del De-
partamento de Agricultura de Estados Unidos. Hubo muy
poca actividad en los mercados de arro en cascara, ya que
los agricultores estuvieron muy ocupados con las prepara-
ciones para la siembra, y las reservas que quedaron para el
mercado fueron ms pequeas de lo comn. La demanda
de arroz en cascara fu bastante pequea como resultado
de las fiestas de Pascuas, y los vendedores al por mayor te-
nan grandes cantidades de arroz en cascara en sus deposi-
tes obtenidas en compras anteriores. Los vendedores al por
mayor y menor estaban comprando muy poco, en la espera
del establecimiento oficial de precios topes.
ARROZ EN CASCARA
En el cinturn arrocero del sur no hubo ventas de
arroz en cascara, reflejndose en ello la pequea cantidad
de arroz en manos de los productores v la preparacin _de
la siembra para la nueva cut echa. Basndonos en los
clculos oficiales de produccii y descontando las cantida-
des necesarias para la siembiv, consumo de las granjas y
exportaciones, solamente quedaron 1*4 millones de quinta-
les de arroz en cascara en Marzo, comparado con 3y mi-
llones hace un ao. Las lluvias mejoraron las condiciones
de humedad en Tejas v la siembra progresaba a medida que
la condicin de la tierra mejoraba. En Louisiana, sinem-
bargo, la siembra ha sido demorada debido a la humedad
del terreno v la baja temperatura. En Arkansas se esta-
ban preparando para la siembra, v aunque no se haba re-
portado ninguna siembra todava, la demanda de semilla
indicaba que esta temporada se sembrar una considerable
cantidad de hectreas.
Los mercados de arroz en cascara en California estuvie-
ron inactivos ya que la mayora de la cosecha haba salido
de las manos de los productores. Sinembargo, cerca de 3'j,
millones de quintales .de arroz en cascara estaban en los
depsitos de California, comparados con 414 millones de
quintales el ao pasado. Hubieron muy pocas demandas de
los molinos, pero los precios se mantuvieron firmes alre-
dedor del nivel ms alto de la temporada. El arroi en cat-
eara No. 1 estaba a $4.35 el quintal en el campo. El arroz
para semilla se venda entre $5.50 v 6.50 el quintal.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Los mercados de arroz descascarado estuvieron bastan-
te calmados durante la Semana Santa, pero los precio:, se
mantuvieron firmes. La distribucin de arro descascarado
desde el comienio ue la temporada hasta Febrero, sumaron
a un total de 14,940,000 quintales. De esta cantidad, un
poco ms de seis millones de quintales fueron exportados,
principalmente desde el cinturn arrocero del sur. Los em-
barques a las posesiones y territorios sumaron a 1,725.000
quintales, de los cuales 1,125,000 fueron procedentes de Ca-
lifornia v 600,000 del cinturn arrocero del sur. Los em-
barques para loa mercados domsticos sumaron un poco
ms de 7,200,000 quintales de los cuales 6,550,000 fueron pro-
cedentes del cinturn arrocero del sur y cerca de 650,000 de
California.
Las ventas de arroz descascarado estuvieron bastante
flojas en los principales molinos, debido en parte a la In-
clinacin de los mayoristas a esperar los precios topes de-
finitivos en sus respectivos niveles.
Los precios se mantuvieron firmes, y los molinos de
Houston cotizaron el Rexoro No. 1 y el Bluebonnet a $11,75
v 12.00 el quintal v el No. 2 a $11.50. El Zenith No. 2 es-
tuvo generalmente cotizado a S10.50: el grano grande de se-
gunda a $8.50, y los granos chicos a $8.00. Los residuos y
arroz para cerveza a S8.00 el quintal.
En Nueva Orleans las ventas estuvieron flojas tam-
bin, pues los intermediarios y mayoristas no demostraron
gran inters en obtener reserva adicionales. Los exporta-
dores tambin demostraron muy poco Inters en hacer com-
pras adicionales. El Rexoro No. 2 y el Bluebonnet estuvie-
ron cotizados a $11.50. el Nira a $11.00, el Zenith a $10.50. y
el Fortuna a $10.25 v 10.50. El grano grande de segunda
estuvo cotizado a $7,50 y 8.00 y los residuos y arroz para
cerveza a $7.00 el quintal.
La distribucin de arroz a los consumidores se mantu-
vo normal en Nueva Vork, pero los mayoristas no adqui-
rieron compromisos por-adelantado. Los precios se man-
tuvieron al mismo nivel de la semana pasada con el Rexoro
No. 1 a $13.00 v 13.25, el Fortuna a S12.25 y 12.50, el Ze-
nith a $11.75 y 12.00 el quinUI. El grano grande de se-
gunda estuvo cotizado a $9.50 y 10.00, el grano chico a
S9.00 v 9.50, los residuos y arroz para cerveza a $8.50 y $8.75
el quintal.
La cosecha de arroz brasilea est calculada en 60 mi-
llones de quintales, comparada con 70 millones el ao pasa-
do, de acuerdo con la Oficina de Relaciones Agrcolas Ex-
tranjeras. La cantidad de arroz disponible para la expor-
tacin en el Brasil en 1951 est calculada entre dos y cuatro
millones de quintales. Este clculo incluye el sobrante de
la cosecha de 1949-1950 y algunas cantidades que han sido
vendidas pero no embarcadas todava. Las exportaciones
del Brasil estn calculadas en dos millones de quintales en
1950, pero todava no se han obtenido las estadsticas ofi-
ciales. La cosecha de 1950-51 que fu sembrada en Sep-
tiembre v Octubre se encuentra lista para ser cosechada en
el Brasil.
i
LUNES, ABRIL 9, Wt
En el pas haba 1.823.674
gallinas en Diciembre de 1950
Se refiere a una
informacin el Sr.
Francisco Rodriguez
SANTIAGO, Abril 8. Co-
rresponsal. En relacin con
noticia aparecida en "La Ho-
ra" del da 3 de los corrien-
tes, hemos recibido para bu
publicacin las siguientes de-
claraciones del Sr. Francisco
Rodrguez, Administrador de
la Escueta Normal J. D. Aro-
semena. "Profunda sorpresa
causme noticia publicada "La
Hora" del tres de los corrien-
te*. Tal comunicado constitu-
ye la ms artera calumnia y
alsedad. Jams pens existie-
ra tanta maldad y dltamacln.
Que diga Corresponsal anoni-
mista, en qu lugar y techa
verificse la reunion que l a-
segura se llevo a cabo con
otros funcionarlo pblicos pa-
ra culpar al Director Bayard
de los actos bochornosos ocu-
rridos en la Escuela Normal y
pedir su separacln. A mi no
me Interesa la destitucin del
seor. Bayard. Ml bienestar y
honradez en el desempeo de
mi puesto, no depende de de-
terminado director.. He venido
a esta escuela para dedicarme
slo a mis obligaciones, como
un deber ante Dios, la Patria
y mi conciencia. Jams he usa-
do cargo oficial para dedicar-
me a actos rastreros, propios
de seres viles, llenos de com-
plejo. No comprendo la Inten-
cin de ml calumniador. Ser
para incensar al Director Ba-
yard? Y crearme odios o di-
ficultades en el desarrollo tic
mis 1 unciones Esto me tiene
sin cuidado, yo no he vivido
pegado a un puesto pblico so-
lamente El ata que pierda la
confianza de la actual Admi-
nistracin, tengo la suficiente
altivos y dignidad para dejar
el puesto que ocupo. Si trata-
ra de atacar a un Gobierno
como adversarlo, lo haria de
frente, sin annimo, ni un con
cargo oficial. Cunto irrespeto i
a la gandiosa obra del Dr. J.
D. Arosemena. Cmo emergen
los espectros de la calumnia y
difamacin en sus pasillos y
salones. Parodiando su edito-
rial, en la Escuela Normal "no
son todos los que estn, ni es-
tn todos los que son".
En la Provincia de Chiriqu
se registr mayor cantidad
El pais tiene 1,823.874 galli-
nas, gallos y pollos censados
el 10 de diciembre de 1990 se- .males, ocupan loa prximos lu
gn los datos preliminares o-
frecldos por la Direccin Gene-
ral de Estadstica y Censo.
Contrario a lo que muchos
pensaban, debido a que nues-
tro principal mercado capita-
lino se hace por intermedio de
Herrera y Los Santos, no fue-
ron estas provincias las que
arrojaron el mximo de ani-
males, sino la Provincia de Chi-
riqu con 372,316 gallinas, ga-
llos y pollos.
En segundo lugar, l ma-
yor producto ha sido la Provin-
cia de Veraguas con 388,615
animales. Los Santos con 309,-
791 y Panam con 238,232 anl-
gares en la] produccin.
Las provincial de la costa del
Atlntico / la de Darln osten-
tan la menor cantidad y las
razones son obvias: Coln tenia
No ha cumplido la
Panam-Elctrica
un compromiso
DIVISA, Abril 9. Corres-
ponsal. Los moradores de la
carretera nacional a la entra-
da del ingenio Santa Rosa y
del Importante corregimiento
de Jaguito se quejan de que la
Panam-Elctrica les ofreci
71,803, Boca. del Toro 35,058 y desde hace ms de dos meses
Darln (sin incluir rinogana)
27,076.
La Provincia de Cocl tena
186,019 y Herrera 194,964. Como
Herrera es uno de los impor-
tantes negociantes en huevos y
dotarlos de luz elctrica, ya
que la linea de servicio de di-
cha compaa les pasa cerca.
La buena Intencin de la
compaa la Panam-Elctrica
qued demostrada cuando ellos
gallinas, se entienda que su I acarrearon algunos postes de
trabajo incluye mercados y pro- hierro y abrieron los huecos
vinclas vecinas. Entre Los San- Para colocar dichos postes y
tos y Herrera tienen medio hasta all lleg la esperanza
Recibieron atencin mdica
59.122 pacientes en las 6
dispnsanos de la Chilanco
Fueron atendidos en sus hospitales en Almirante
4,037 enfermos durante el ao pasado
milln de gallinas.
Cruzan deas en Santiago en
lo referente las compras que
har aqu la Zona del Canal
ue los vecinos de esa regln,
segn nos han manifestado
muchos de esos vecinos, ellos
desean recordar a dicha com-
paa, que ojal se aprovecha-
ra esta poca seca para que
ese servicio aea instalado con
mayor facilidad y rapidez.
Nosotros como voceros en es-
ta ocasin de esos vecinos,
confiamos en que La Panam-
Elctrica pondr en accin su
ALMIRANTE, Abril 9. LA-
BOR DE PREVENCIN SO-
CIAL: Un total de 4.037 enfer-
mos fueron atendidos en 1
hospital de la Chlrlqui Land
Company y 89,122 pacientes re-
cibieron atepcln mdica en
loa 6 dispensarlos, distribuidos
en diferentes lugares.
Cinco mdicos prestan servi-
cio, asistidos por 14 enferme-
ras, 2 farmacuticos, 5 prac-
ticantes y 147 otros empleados
del Departamento Mdico de
la empresa. Hay un total de
164 camas disponibles para la
atencin de los enfermos, ha-
biendo llegado el nmero de
hospitalizaciones (24 horas) a
la cifra de 37,063.
Fueron hechas vacunaciones
contra la tifoidea, la fiebre a-
marilla, el sarampin, la tu-
berculosis y la viruela en n-
mero de 8.294. Un total de
207 casos de caridad fueron
atendidos y el nmero de hos-
pitalizados de caridad (24 ho-
ras) ascendi a la cantidad
de 2,183 en 1 ao.
El costo de las operaciones
Grata impresin en
David causa una
campaa de prensa
DAVID, Abril 9. Corres-
ponsal, Ha causado trata
impresin la campaa inlcla-
da por la prensa de esa capi-
tal en el sentido de exigir la
reparacin permanente de la
SANTIAGO, Abril 0. Co- d, colocar sus ventas en la tos vecinos tengan luz y ms
personal de trabajo, para que "^tr Panam David oara
ocio, v.rinn. tcnoan lu v mAc carretera panam uavia para
Estn respondiendo Santeos
a noble suscripcin popular
Los santeos y amigos de La
Villa de Los Santos residentes
en la Capital, estn respon-
diendo al llamado que se les
hiciera, en el sentido de que
contribuyesen a sufragar el
costo del piso de mosaicos del
Hospital que en dicha pobla-
cin se construye, gracias ul
esfuerzo tesonero de un ncleo
de paisanos meritorios.
Nuestro Hospital necesita 240
metros cuadrados de mosaicos
a razn d- B 1 80 el metro, su- |
ma que no puede cubrir el Co- i
mit Pro-Hospital por falta de
fondos.
Las donaciones para esta o-
bra de urgente necesidad es-
tn llegando a nuestras manos
y esperamos que a fines de ia I
semana' que termina el 14 de
abril, fecha en que quedar i
cerrada la inscripcin, todo:
los anleos y amigos de nues-
tlo pueblo habrn respondido,
cada cual dentro del marco de
sus posibilidades. No se lia-
ran visitas personales para co-!
brar cuotas porque ello signi-.
flcar en algunos casos una
contribucin iorzosa. Es nece-
sario advertir que lo slgnifl-1
cativo en este caso es la do-!
nacin espontanea del mayor1
nmero de personas como una'
demostracin de nuestro eleva-
do espritu cvico.
Como ya se ha advertido, las j
donaciones pueden entregarse j
en los siguientes lugares: -Bar-!
beria La Melena", en la Plaza
de la Lotera, al seor Chiche |
Ros; Lavandera La Naci-1
nal'', a los hermanos Cedeo; i
Cantina "La Trinchera", al se-
or Francisco Sulra, o al sus-
crito en el Departamento de-j
Censos de la Contraloria Ge-'
neral
Carlos O. Quintero Alfaro
Presidente del "Comit 10!
de Noviembre".
Donaciones para costear el piso
del Hospital en Los Santos.
(Hasta el sbado 7 de Abril
Comit 10 de Noviembre
(30 metros cuadrados* B.36.C0"
Carlos O Quintero A,
<2 metros) 3 60
William Bowman y Sra. 2.00
Porfirio Gmez 5.Q0
Juan Jos Moreno
i metros) 900
Rodolfo-Moreno
(5 metros)
Temistocles Correa
(5 metros)
Encarnacin Picota
'5 metros)
Pedro V. Cedeo
Cecilio Castillero
Benjamn Garrido
Ouillermo Cedeo
Julio Cedeo
Nemesio Cedeo
Camilo cedeo
Rubn Villalaz
Francisco Suira
TOTAL
9.00
9.00
9.00
2.50
1.00
1.00
2.50
2.30
2.00
2.50
2.60
5.00
104.10
Son detenidos en
Caazas autores
de varios robos
CAAZAS, Abril 6 (Por Co-
Tc.sponsal Gracias a las faci-
lidades patriticas y el espritu
social del joven Luis E. Reyes,
Personero Municipal de este Dis-
trito, se ha logrado averiguar la
ola de hurtos, robos violaciones
y otras clases de fechoras que
desde hacia mucho tiempo venia
conturbando la. tranquilidad en
esta poblacin. Actualmente se
encuentra detenido a rdenes
del seor Personero los menores
ngel Gonzlez, U) Mananga y
Anotino Prez.i autores compro-
bados de una cadena de actos
delictuosos que exiga una pro-
lija investigacin judicial. Los
menores Gonrlez y Prez vio-
laban domicilios robaban galli-
nas, haces de lea y otros art-
culos, se constituan en terror
de las nias menores de edad
cometan actos carnales de ani-
malidad y pleaban actividades
que de haberse consumado ha-
bran degenerado en verdaderas
ellas. Este Corresponsal fe-
licita al seor Personero por su
hbil intervencin judicial a la
vez que le pide mantenerse m-
placable en la aplcacln de una
sancin ejemplar que sirva de
escarmiento al os desmanes de
otros menores oue pudieran con-
tinuar la leccin de estos delin-
cuentes que hoy se encuentran
111 manos de la justicia.
rresponsal. En la Oficina
del Fomento Agrcola de Ve-
raguas se reunieron bajo la Di-
reccin de Max Donoso, Di-
rector de dicha Institucin, el
Dr. B. N. Foiling, Jefe de la
Misin Americana en Panam.
Doctor C. C. Clay Jefe de Min-
dy Dayry, Doctor Oerardino
Medinar Mdico veterinario de
la Provincia de Veraguas, 8r.
Arlstldes Urea, Agente del
Banco Agropecuario y los ga-
naderos Leonor Medina, Dr. Ri-
cardo Abada, Huberto H. Ca-
rrizo, Luis Fbrega, Marcos
Robles y otros ms con el fin
de cruzar ideas y conocer el
plano de compras de la Zona
del Canal.
Todo paree indicar que la
Zona desea estimular la pro-
duccin en nuestra Provincia,
pues su inters radica en la
compra de novillos gordos, ma-
deras, caf, productos de hor-
talizas etc. Caus entusiasmo
entre los presentes conocer el
deseo de poder tanto el pro-
ductor pequeo como el gran-
zn, lo que antes slo era luz!
exclusivo o fcil para los gran-; -
des productores. Se estableci., ... ,
en lo sucesivo que el Fomento de '"certidumbre. Entre los
Agrcola de Ver.w un'0"1"1 au* P<"on
medio de Informacin entre la char de parte de lo que
Zona del Canal y los produc- "latieron a dicha reunin fue-
tos de la Provincia. Si la Zo-^on loa de que sto traer ver-
na del Canal establece un sis- ^laderamente un Influjo de a-
tema de compras en mayor es-
cala con el productor, traer
mistad y acercamiento nunca
visto entre la Zona y Pana-
m, puesto que lleva en s un
una ayuda econmica efectiva gesto de cooperacin con la
y necesaria en estos momentos Zona del Canal.
1
evitar que se presente la mis-
ma situacin que el ao pasa-
do caus la ruina de los pro-
ductores y camionerps. Se re-
cordar las enormes prdida
sufridas por loa agricultores
ganaderos e Industriales de es-
ta Provincia, con motivo de la
interrupcin de la carretera
central y las dificultades que
Ida-
del hospital y los dispensarlos
ascendi a la apreciadle suma
de B.197,670.62, Jo que resta-
do en B.91.770.62, por los in-
gresos de estos organismos, da
un costo neto en este concep-
to por B.106J47.34. El costo
total diarto por hospitalizacin
por persona fu de B.5.37 y el
costo neto diario para la com-
paa, de hospitalizacin por
persona fu de B.2.90.
En contribuciones y donati-
vos a diversas instituciones del
pais se gast la cantidad de
B.60.00,
LABOR EDUCATIVA DS LA
COMPARIA.Hay cinco escue-
las sostenidas por la compa-
a en diferentes lugares da
la divisin y al nmero de loa
maestros empleados asciende a
8. La cantidad de alumnos' que
recibieron instruccin escolar
durante el ao fu de 146,
siendo el costo del manteni-
miento de estas escuelas, de
B.12.231.93 en el ano escolar.
Hay un total de 6 campos
depotrlvo.
Boquete coopera
a la construccin
de la capilla
BOQUETE, Abril 9. Co-
rresponsal. Boquete coopera
eficazmente a la construccin
del Santuario de Nuestra Se-
ora de Guadalupe que se eri-
girn en Alto Lino en sitio
plntorezco desde donde te do-
minan todas las partes habi-
tadas de esta regin. La ve-
lada que se celebrar en el Tea
tro "Cumbre" de esta ciudad
testimonia el ambiente de airo.-,
patia que predomina por esta
obra, este templo contribuir
robustecer espritu religioso do
Boquete haciendo de l el mo-
ocaslon en todas las actlvlu- ,
des las demoras en la carga V de teelon para el tu-
procedentes del extranjero y' rlsmo nacional y extranjero.
esa capital.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
L 2 | |4 6 6 r rH 1 I1" lfl 11 24 23 26 29^ 30 40
37 B28 r Sn"" T B7 r iB50 r
46 ~48
HORIZONTALES:
1Uno de los hijos de No.
4Extremidades de la tierra
9Villano.
12Del verbo orar.
13Demente.
14Metal precioso.
15Consistente, firme.
17Piedra aemlpreclosa, Pl.
18Composicin potica.
20Pato.
21Monedas.
34 Palio o colgadura.
27Medida de superficie.
28Animal carnvoro, Pl.
30Nota musical.
31Entregues.
32Hueso del pmulo.
33Servicio de Inteligencia
Militar, Inlc.
34Negacin, inv.
35Cuadrumanos.
36Batracio.
37Ciudad de Europa.
39Laberintos.
41Reitera.
43Ave corredora.
44Poeta antillano.
46Polos elctricos.
49Amarro.
30Prenda de mujer.
52Alfa filamentosa.
53Gorra militar.
54nicos.
55Cloruro de sodio.
VERTICALES:
1Isla griega.
2Circulo o redondel.
3Sandias.
4Recortar las copas de los
rboles.
5 Igual al 14 horizontal. .
6Nota musical.
7Nombre de varios empera-
dores alemanes.
8Miembro del senado.
9Emisin de sonidos
articulados, Pl.
10Marchare.
11Articulo, Pl.
16Representacin mental de
una cosa.
18 Distrados.
20Destruida, arrasada.
21Cubos pequeos que sirven
para ciertos Juegos.
22Nombre de mujer.
23Clase de tela.
23Complejo maternal.
26 Partes de los animales.
29Cuerpo de sustentacin.
32Signos fiduciarios.
33Fuera de su lugar.
35Lance en el ajedrez.
36Baludable.
38Divinos.
40Natural de Dinamarca.
43Extrao.
44 Dos cosa* igualas.
45 Autillo.
46Amarro,
47Igual ar 52 horizontal.
48Del verbo salir,
lPronombre personal.
LISTA OFICIAL DE L LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
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Los novecientos billetes enteros terminados en S y no eo sapreudldos en la lista precedente estn aremiadoi eon
Cincuenta i Dos Balboas (B/S2.S0).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v dos fracciones que componen tas dos serles A y B .
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. JOS DOMINGO SOTO.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, JUAN AROSEMENA Q.
riHTIOOS:
Oilberto GuardiaCdula No. 47-2337 El Notarlo Primero del Circuito de Panam, DAVID O MEDINA
Sllvlno BarriosCdula No. 47-57220 JOS GUILLERMO BATALLA Secretarlo
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SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO t DE ABRIL DE 1*51
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El PANAMA AMERICA DIAFIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informei para eata seccin te reciben en la
iSeaaccin Social
de EL PAISAMA-AiMERlCA
Telfono 3-J1M
ORAS: l:Hi II:M a.m.
Apartado 184
a
Religiosas
'
tel SI Panam. El precio del j Advenimiento
cubierto eer B.3.75 y las re- Nuestras congratulaciones pa
servaclones debern hacerse, ra el seor Juan Garca de
directamente al hotel, con el i Paredes y seora Ana Julia
seor Pal J. Cote, o en las
ollclnas del c. I. M.
Cambio da Residencia
II Segundo Secretario de la
de Pial de Garcia Paredes,
por el advenimiento de un va-
ronclto, ocurrido hoy en la Cl-
nica San Fernando.
Embajada del Per, seor Jos Agasajada
Alvarado Snchez, na fijado | Cumpli aos ayer la gentil; olmf
Solemne Triduo en honor de
t'atroi'iiiio de San Jos en si
Santo Templo
En preparacin para la gr;
Solemnidad del Patrocinio i
San Jos, se celebrara un Ti.
duo en .su santo templo hoy
maana. Los cultos tenarn
lugar a las 7:30 p.m. El 11,
lecha de la Festividad del Pa-
trocinio, se cantar una misa
dlaconada, de Comunin Ge-
neral para la Hermandad del
Glorioso Patriarca y devotos
de San Jos. Por la noche,
adems del Ejercicio joseflno,
se tendr procesin con la
Imagen del santo por el Inte-
rior del templo.
Marshall cree que durar diez
aos la tensin internacional
Cumpleaos de Hoy:
Dona Ana Teresa Castro
de
su residencia en la calle 47
No. 3, apartamento No. 13, te-
lfono No. 3-2247, en donde se
pone a las rdenes de sus
amistades.
fiesta Infantil
El Cnsul ueneral de Costa
Rica, seor Gerardo Jimnez y
seora Ada de Jimnez, ofre-
cieron ayer una animada fies-
ta Infantil en su residencia
I para agasajar a su hijo To-
-iJI mas Enrique, con motivo de u
cumpleaos.
Eata tarde unirn sua deU-, -----------
nos el Caporal Frank Hean-1 Piata
de Gonales y la Srta. Evelina: Para agasajar a su nlj0 Car.
8. Concepcin, en ceremonia: i08 Antonio, en ocasin de
religiosa que tendr lf' n.cumplir ayer su primer ao de1
la Iglesia Catlica de Balboa. vit el H D. Carlos Antonio I
El novk m hijo dl Sr. An-, Harris y seora Elvira de Ha-
tonio Gonzlez y Sra. RMUgia ,T|S 0Irecier0n ayer una fies-'
h. de Gonslea. La novia es ta infantil en su residencia.
hija del 8r. Aquilino G. Con- --------j.
teocln y Sra. Marcelina P. de, Ue Sur Amrica
Concepcin. Presentamos un atento salu- i
Los novios pasaran su luna 0 (je bienvenida a S.E. el Em-
de miel en San Antonio Texas, bajador de Espaa, seor Ra-'
Por esto medio le *Pre*n,,". fael de loa Caceres, Conde de
damlta Carmen D. Shaw. Por!
este motivo fu agasajada por'
un grupo de sus amistades on
su residencia. Hacrnosle lle-
gar por este medio nuestra
ma sinceras felicitaciones.
Seora Anita B. de Ford.
Joven Lucas Arango Sosa.
Cumpleaos de Maana:
Seora Carmen Teresa L. de
Boyd.
' nuestras sinceras felicitaciones
Comida
Para agasajar a un grupo ue
sus amistades, el H. L>. Alfre-
Rbago, quien acompaado de
su Sra. esposa, la Condesa de
Rbago, llegaron hoy a Pana-
m. Los acompaa tambin su
hijo, el seor Pi de los Cace-
ffiffi 0yfre8cleVon SKui- res. Secretario de la abajada,
do una comida en su residen-
cia en Coco del Mar.
Almuerzo Campestre
El Coronel harry D. Scheibla
y seora Louis de scheibla
ofrecieron ayer un
en Cerro Azul.
De Cuba
Saludamos cordlalmente a la
seora Luz G. de Mndez,
quien regres anoche de una
corta temporada en La Hava-
almucrzo n*-
Agasajo
Para agasajar al seor Ro-
berto Sol y seora Tereslta de
De los Estados Unido
Despus de haber pasado
una temporada en Nuevo Or-
leans, se encuentran de nuevo
Pool de Sol, quienes se encuen- % ^TVV'hita Gabriela
tran pasando una temporada! ** y su hija Gabriela.
en Panama, un grupo de sus'
amistades ofrecieron el sbado
un buffet en la residencia del
seor Jos Rogelio Arlaa Jr. y
seora Vila E. de Arlas en los
Altos de Paitllla.
CONDECORACIN A UN EMBAJADOR. El Embajador de
Venezuela en Panam, don Enrique Castro Gmez, impone la
Condecoracin de la Orden del Libertador, al seor Ingeniero
Eduardo Morillo Safa. Embajador de Mxico ante nuestro Go-
bierno y quien lo haba sido antea en Venesuela. La ceremo-
nia constituy un brillante acto protocolar.
Es preferible tal
situacin, dice,
a una gera total
WASHINGTON, abril 9. (UP)
El Secretarlo de Defensa,
George C. Marshall dijo en una
entrevista con la revista "Uni-
ted States News and World
Report" que lo "mejor" que Es-
tados Unidos podra desear es ]
"una tensin mundial prolon-
varia antes que una guerra to-'
tal".
Marshall dijo que la presente
tensin Internacional podra
durar "posiblemente" diez aos.
Tambin advirti que no deba
abandonarse el esfuerzo de la
defensa hasta que Rusia de-
muestre que actuar "de buena
fe" para mantener la paz. Mar-
shall dijo: "seramos verdade-
ramente tontos en abandonar
nuestro esfuerzo de defensa
mientras Rusia no demuestre
buena fe".
Marshall se mostr muy pre-
ocupado por la apata del p-
blico norteamericano y dijo que
el "Inters" del pueblo en el
programa de defensa habla sido
"calmado" por los recientes xi-
tos en Corea.
Marshall dijo: "La situado;?
mundial es tan serla y quiza
mucho ms serla que en no-
viembre pasado cuando los chi-
nos Invadieron a Corea". Dijo
que los pases de la cortina de
htlerro particularmente 1 o s
satlites de Rusia han mos-
trado "todos los Indicios" de
estar aumentado sU podero mi-
litar.
Dijo que Estados Unidos, s
contina al mismo paso, ser
"muy fuerte" para el verano de
1952. El problema ser enton-
ces mantenerse fuertes.
Marshall se refiri a los cr-
ticos que condenan a los dlrl-
?entes militares por dar pre-
erencla a las tropas de tierra
antes que al podero naval y
areo. Dijo: "Es posible que la
uerra comience en el aire o
LA CORONACIN DE MARTA PRIMERA. Luciendo un precioso vestido de pollera, la bella
reina Marta Primera fu coronada, en ceremo nia esplendorosa en I Estadio Nacional. Apa-
rece en la foto en momentos en que le colocan la corona emblemtica sobre sus sienes impe-
riales.
Comida danzante en
El Panam
De Costa Rica
Regres hoy de San Jos po^
la va area, la seora Elda
de Icaea. La saludamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Los occidentales estn listos
a suspender tarea del rearme
PARIS, abril 9. lUPi. Las
f chotmnidareSdea;iZdantemeque Pc"on gj <^0, P *
motivo del da Panamericano, aftos ,* c"d*-
ofrecer el prximo viernes 13 amnti^
$el presente, el Club Interame- *
eioSTtr*iSi.,'S;: es-itt!SSE.W&!
Rusia que suspendern de buen
grado su rearme si se eliminan
las actuales causas de tiran-
tez en Europa. Pero agregaron
que el Oeste "no tiene otra al-
. ternatlva que continuar el rear-
rlcao: de Mujejes, en elHo-| Corro nombre de Juan. De-, me" hasta que los rusos acce:
:r
ANTES DE SUSCRIBIRSE A
UN CLUB DE MUEBLES,
consulte nuestro* preeiosl
Los ma bajos de plata!
MUEBLERA EUROPEA
Ave. Central y Calle 21 E.
Tels. 2-1830 y 2-1833
' pasados en la Iglesia de Cris-
, to Rey, el primognito del se-
! or Joaqun Borrel y seora
de armamentos
Europa.
La suerte de
mstee fu bautizado en das dan examinar el nivel general
actuales para
i seora La suerte de la propuesta
Merceeda Paulina A. de Borrel. conferencia de cancilleres de
Fueron sus padrinos la sefiorl- los cuatro Grandes parece de-
H"A...M*duI!L.J!L MuTlel orden del da que los dele-
gados tratan de formular. Ru-
t
or
nuevo cristiano.
Telfono 1-1548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG"
CaUe a. No. 1
MATRICULA ABIERTA
CURSOS DE OFICINISTA
ESTENOGRAFA "OREGO"
MECANOORAFIA
o INGLES ORTOGRAFA
CONTABILIDAD .
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCRE
- Directora-Prop.
*
sla quiere hablar de la "re-
duccin" de armamentos y el
Oeste del "nivel" de armamen-
tos.
Las discusiones del sbado In-
dicaron un desacuerdo comple-
to tras cerca de cinco semanas
de discusiones. El Oeste parece
Irreductible en la necesidad de
discutir los armamentos relati-
vos de loa campos oriental y
occidental de Europa.
El delegado sovitico Andrei
Gromyko dijo que Rusia no ce-
der en su demanda qua los
Cuatro Grandes reduzcan pri-
mero sus armamentos antes de
Investigar los de los otros pa-
ses.
do seria muy feliz si se elimi-
naran esas razones y pudiera
suspender el rearme".
En una entrevista periods-
tica Dvles expres dudas de
que Rusia quiera sinceramente
que se celebre la Conferencia
de los Cuatro Grandes para so-
lucionar la presente tensin del
mundo.
.Se refiri a "la tctica obs-
truccionista de Rusia" y dijo
que "la actual actitud es to-
talmente Ilgica, especialmente
en la negativa de permitir la
discusin de la reduccin de
armas de todas las potencias.
En su lugar Insisten en limi-
tarla a cuatro potencias. Esto
no desvanecerla el temor de la
agresin que acosa hoy al pue-
blo de Europa. Al principio .yo
cre que Rala no poda per-
mitir que se le acusara de des-
hacer la actual Conferencia de
delegados de los Ministros de
Relaciones Exteriores e Impedir
la reunin de Ministros." Cre
. que los rusos estaban dlspues-
vaclo.i del nivel de vida del tog a discutir. Despus de to-
^rt^Sr^^l-o. SE qulT tom"
al Reino Unido a rearmarse. YI ron la iniciativa en la convo-
puedo decirle que el Reino Uni- catorla de esta Conferencia".
Pero a condicin
de que termine
la tirantez
La negativa de aceptar la de-
manda rusa fue expresada por
el delegado de Estados Unidos,
Philip Jcssup y el britnico Er-
nest Davies. el primero de los
cuales dijo que las discusiones
sobre armas en las Naciones
Unidas han demostrado siem-
pre la oposicin sovitica a ex-
plorar el actual nivel de ar-
mamentos.
Dijo: "Slo puedo recordar
las declaraciones del Presiden-
te Truman de que Estados Uni-
das hubiera preferido el desar-
me, pero que la poltica sovl-
tlcan o le ha dejado otra al-
ternativa".
Davies dijo: "No tenemos el
deseo de gastar en armas en
vez de previsin social y la ele-
Pa*aV flaiir eotra 6 bella* miiicw
l aa aaou an cada aja.
MJEVO-MAQLILLAJE COMPLETO. Angel Tace i Pond's
a una combinacin ideal de base y polvos todo en
uno! No se empasta ni luce brilloso. Imparte a la
tes un tono suave, sutil... {angelical!
M'EVO-MAS FCIL DE APLICAR. No ei un
maquillaje en panilla; no es una baso grasosa.
ngel Face aparee suavemente con Is saota
quo trae y im ea la tes mas que los polvos.
NUEVO-NO SE DERRAMA EN LA BOLSA. Lleve ngel
Face tiotapr contigo ... As podr darte, en cual-
quier momento, un t** Convierta En Realidad
SU DESEO DE POSEER UN LINDO JUEGO
DE METAL CROMADO PARA DESAYUNO !
RECUERDE QUE MUY PRONTO
SERA IMPOSIBLE CONSECUIRLO!
SOLO B/ 10.00 MENSUALES
,MJ!BlERIfl
"e.CENTRAL y CALLE 21 ESTIS, 2 -1||0
SISTEMA DE CLUB

INAUGURACIN DE LAS COLONIAS. Ayer fu inaugurada por el Licenciado Jos C. do
Obalda, la colonia infantil de verano que auspicia el Club de Leones. La foto recoge el mo-
mento de la izada de la bandera.
SJLS-J&r&rst CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
de obtener y mantener bases l
areas sin la accin de las fuer-
zas terrestres. Lo que se ob-
tenga mediante la accin na-
val o area tiene que mante-
nerse con tropas de tierra".
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
AGRADECIDOS
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Ciudad.
Seor:
Convencidos de que unos da
los principales factores que con-
tribuyeron a nuestro triunfo
fueron las frecuentes y atina-
das crnicas publicadas por el
peridico a su digno cargo, es
con profundo sentimiento qua
damos a usted nuestras ms
expresivas gracias.
Mucho nos piace comunicar De M atentos
a usted que nuestro paseo del, servidores
domingo pasado, lo. de abril, a ,,,,', Am av .._,_-- H.i
la bella Isla de Taboga fue un Sociedad de ex-Alumnos del
magnfico
otros.
triunfo para nos-
I. P. A.
H. Kourany, Presidente
Para armonizar los labios con las uas
y 2
paoos fciles
d llULUll es de importancia fantstica
y IILJ f Lull fabrica los colores fantsticos
En riqueza de color y belleza duradera...nada en el mundo puedt
igualar el esmalte de uas Revlon! Porque Re Ion es verdadero esmalte, y no
laca o barniz ordinario. Y, qu puede rivalizar con el seductor
atractivo que Revlon imparte a los labios? Numerosas pruebas han demostrado
que el color del creyn de labios Revlon se adhiere por ms tiempo! Una i e:
que usted huya proljadn Re Ion comprobar por qu, en el mundo entero, ms mujerm
usan Re lun que cualquier olio esmultc de uas O lpiz labiaL


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LUNES. ABRIL 9, 1S5I
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Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas la atendern:
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
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Provoca inundacin
Al Norte de la zona Inunda-
da se encuentran concentrados
tres divisiones del 30o. cuerpo
del ejrcito chino.
Al Sur de la reserva, en el
tringulo Hwachon-Chunjont-
Yanggu. se encuentra una di?
visin norcoreana, mientras que
otras tres divisiones norcorea-
nas se encuentran en el rea, de
Yanggu.
APROVECHE:Pintara T *
extra brillentti prueba ae meae.
1.3.25 taln. almacn* Troaiau-
SE VBNOIN:Clava*, fabena a*r.
acara oconoiado, Fir-Te cari*
aiiloe'or para cala ratal! mada-
at lavamanat. aicuiadai. ate.
la pracios mal bojos an plata.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES, Vto Etpt-
a. Ileo.cn'a a Juan Franca. Tal.
3-1503. __________
SE VENE Incubadoro elctrico
tal J-0255._____________'
SE VENDE:Plonta elctrica Onan en
buenas condiciones de 2 kilowatts.
110 amperios, 60 ciclos, corriente
alterno en B/.225.00. Tel. 2-1141.
SE VENDE:Piezas de segundo mo-
no para cualquier marca de carro.
Informes: Gorag Casino. Avenida
Central 291. ______
SE VENDE:Por viaje, gallinas li-
nos, ponedoras, caratos, blancas. A
precio razonable. Pedregal corre-
tero Villalobos. Casa No. 7.
SE VENDE;Relngerodoro comercial
pora cantina o relresqueria. Canti-
na Lo Tcberno. 3 de Noviembre,
21 Este b's.
SE VENCE: Abrigo imitacin piel
de 'ormino por II'.60.00. Informe
en Vio Porros No. 58 trente ol
Teatro Edn.
SE VENDE:iKat-Thief, alarmo pora
ladrones de carros nada mis.B/.5.
No se preocupe por sus Honras y
carro. Radio Colidonio, Ave. Cen-
tral ,26. Tel. 2-1326.___________
SE VENDE:Cermica americano en
ce crCi. Ca. Dulcidlo Gonzlez,
F.'brico de > Aosoicos. Ave. Cuba
No. 8._________________
Jos Ma. Hernande complices* a-
nunciar modesto establecimiento
"Lo Democrocio Ave. Norte 61.
Pintura, zinc, llantos, tubos, etc.
Precios bajos, ayudando al pueblo
practcase lo demOcraciQ.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
SE ALQUILA:O se vende. Oto de
campo en Chorrero IEI Coco) Tel.
3-0255.
E VENDECosa nueva de dos apar-
tamentos espaciosos de dos reca-
maros, en "El Cangrejo" cerco i
Va Espoo, B/.24,500. Tiene hipo-
teca B/,4,000. Excelente construc-
cin. ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
SE VENDE:Chalet de 3 recmaras
en Calle 39. B/. 18,150. Hipoteco
de B/.4.000, puede aumentarse
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215.
SE VENDE:Por no poder atenderla
panadera nueva, magnfico punto
comercial Ro Abojo. Hornos gas
ladril'.o. maquinaria en general. Lo-
co! apropiado comisariato. Para
verlo hoyo cito telfono 3-1560.
SE VENDEN:Lotes juntos en "Las
Cumbres", total 910 M2, plomera
y electricidad adquiribles. Precio
atractivo. Llame Ponami 2-3387,
despus 6 p.m. Panam 3-0760.
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por I
trimestre vencido el 31 de Morzo
de 1951 debe ser pagada del pri-
mero I 16 de Abril de 1951.
F. H. LERCHEN. Municipal En-
gineer.
Al llegar a Costa Rico, hospdese en
la Pensin Morozn. Ambiente fa-
miliar y preciot moderados. Tel.
5842. Apto. 1158. San Jos, Costa
Rica.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
NECESITO:Empleada serio atender
nios y cocino. Barriada Vista Her-
mosa, Casa 650. Familia Ross.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento ert
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-01-40.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Central 279. Tel. 3-
' 0140.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento 2 rec-
moras, salo comedor B.60.00. Ave.J
Porras 56. Llave apartamento 3, i
Tel. 3-0841,
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en resi-
dencia de concreto, sala comedor,
cocina, recmora, patio. 8/.45.00
mensuales. La Pradera carretera Las
Sbenos. Tel. 3-2796 frente Esta-
cin Gasolina Parque Lefevre.
SE VENDECosa en Son Franctco
de lo Coleta de 3 recmaras, sala-
comedor amplio. Lote en esquina
de 406 metros cuadrados. Buen
precie. Informes: Juan Navarro,
Avenida Cuba entre calles 25 y
26 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Vista cuar-
to grande, amueblado, entrada in-
dependiente, todas comodidodes.
Ave. Mxico 69 cerca Colle 43.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Calle 48
No. 23, Apto. No. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con refe-
ranclas. Calle la. Perejil No. 14,.
Apt.o 7.
SE NECESITA: Una levondero y I
planchadora. Acuda a Ave. Cuba
y Calle 30. No. 13.
SE VENDEN: Hachos y martillo?
de hierro o B/.l 00. bisagros bron-
ceados de posador 3 x 3 a, 60 \
bisagras de hierff esmaltados 11
a 50e en lo COnSTRUTORA TRO-
PICAL, S.A. en carretero trons-
istmica.
Se conjetura
en el Centro M. Amador Gue-
rrero. Inicie ron las Indagacio-
nes de las familias que los ni-
os solian frecuentar. Todo en
vano.
A] medioda del dominico
flot Ismael
Como a las doce del da del
domingo, flot Ismael en la la-
guna formada en la abandona-
da cantera de Matias Hernn-
dez. Las personas que descu-
brieron el cuerpo encontraron
unas medias y un biombo. El
padre que Iba para Panam
se acerc y, al ver la camisa
de i cuadros, reconoci el cuer-
po de su lilio. La madre se
la puso en sus piernas y ta-
citurna y pareca perdida en
sus contenidas emociones.
Incgnita
En un bus decan que como
a las diez de la maana el
sbado luchaban o se ahoga-
ban tres muchachos. Pero el
"busero" no quiso detenerse
porque l no crea sino que es-
taban jugando y no quiso ha-
cer caso, segn los comentarios,
a la insistencia de la gente de
ver qu pasaba. La seora Ada
Pardo de El Sitio o Llano Bo-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores Droqramas
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omueblodo
Independiente pora caballero solo.
Colle Estudiante No. 73. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto con servi-
cios sanitarios en Calle 14 Oeste.
Infrmese en Ave. Central No. 59
bojos.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto chico paro
hombre sin familia. Entrado inde-
pendiente y balcn privado. Calle
7a. No. 19, Panam.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo pora tra-
bajo de caso, cocinar, lavar y plan-
char. Duerma en empleo. Colle 50
No. 23. Apto. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda responso-
ble. Debe dormir en el empleo.
Ave. Cubo No. 1 1 entrada Calle
28, altos Nestl.
SE ALQUILA:Precioso oportamento
de 3 recmaros. Calle 40 No. 28.
Tel. 2-2252. Dr. Morles.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento 3 pie-
zas, altos de la Mueblera Inglesa,
Avenida Bolvar, Calle 7, Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Un departamento en
Calle 12 Oeste No. 5. Especial po-
ra motrimonio con un hijo. In-
formes: Colle lo. Perejil No. 18.
SE NECESITA: Empleee. Baen
lutlV Calle Remen Velet Ne. I.
2a. pise. Apte. 4, le lado dal
Marc.dita da Frutal.)
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Leonord
i 9 pies, 60 ciclos. Buenas condicio-
nes. Precio razonable. Calle 2a.
No. 33, Parque Lefevre.
nito. ambas regiones contiguai
en J.uan Daz, asegur que vio
a tres muctiachos luchando. O-
tras personas dicen haber vis-
to a los dos hermanltos con
otro compaerito. Y slo haba
aparecido uno.
La labor de rescate
EL PANAMA AMERICA In-
mediatamente despach a un
redactor al lugar de los hechos
en vlsla de que se trataba de
una cantera abandonada, sin
' ninguna clase de precauciones
jal pblico, Igual como aconle-
I ce con la Cantera Nacional, en-
tre Carrasquilla y San Francis-
co de la Caleta. Efectivamente,
la laguna que se ha forma-
do en la cantera, excepto sar-
dinas parlvivas para evitar que
se cren mosquitos, no hay nin-
guna otra clase de. prevencin.
Por la parte superior al Este,
pasa una carretera a metro de
distancia del borde y se nos
inform que con el torrencial
aguacero del Jueves, algunos
buses estaban pensando sus-
pender el transporte para Juan
Da/.. La gente que quiso in-
formar del hallazgo no pudo
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora kerosene
' 9 pies, magnificas condiciones.
B/. 100.00 Ingenio: Colle nueva
Domingo Diat No. 9. Entrada des-
pus de la Barriada Vista Hermosa.
SE VENCE:Ganga! Motivo viaje a
EE. UU. Lovadoro, refrigeradora
Philco, estufa, juego recmara,
juego salo, todo excelentes condi-
ciones como nuevo. Lime en las
maanas, Ave. Nocionol No. 30,
Apto. 2.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento amue-
blado con refrigeradora y estufa.
Sala, comedor, recmara, cocina,
servicio sanitario. Situado cerco Co-
misariato SAS. 112 Vio Belsono
Porros. B/.55.00. Tel. 3-2474.
SE ALQUILA "
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Locol poro oficina,
arriba del Teatro Centro,.
SE ALQUILAN.Exclu,ament pa-
ra oficina tocles cntricos en los
Ito de Avenido Central 44 o
preciot mdico Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacene 5 y 10 con-
tuvo.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:En Las Cumbres correo
retida con pistola y cortuchero.
Gratificacin al que la encuentre. |
C. M. Brande. Apto. 449, Balboa.
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EN GALONES
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Ja venta en
EL BATURRO
TOKIO, abril 9. (UP. Los
proyectiles aliados comenzaron
a caer en Chorwon. a 17 millas
al Norte del Paralelo 38, en
donde se ha informado que
los comunista estn concen-
trando irn centldad de tropas
para una contra-ofensiva que
es posible se haya puesto en
marcha a 30 millas al sureste.
Las tropas aliadas continan
avanzando cautelosamente ha-
cia el Norte, y natrullas de
avanzada de las hordas rojas
han comenzado a moverse fue-
ra del rea de concentracin
comunista y parece que se es-
tn dirigiendo hacia unas no-
cas millas al Norte del Pelelo
38 para un choque de frente
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y barnice*
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'RAl Di PINTURAS i ..
" VHtiiwiH wnutw -\ .A
hacerlo desde los depsitos del
Gobierno en Matias Hernndez
porque el telfono, segn fue-
ron informados, tenia das de
estar daado. El barranco del
lado tiene una altura hasta el
nivel del agua como de diez
metros de alto.
Los muchachos se ahogaron
en el borde que da a la ca-
rretera de entrada a los de-
psitos de equipos del Gobierno
en Matias Hernndez. Otro in-
cidente interesante es que cuan-
do se llev el carver de Ismael
a rdenes de las autoridades de
la Investigacin, la Morgue es-
taba cerrada, segn nos Infor-
m la familia y no haba quin
lo recibiera, a pesar del certi-
ficado que llevaba del Mdico
Forense.
El Fiscal orden Inmedlata-
emnte la bsqueda de los otros
nios. Las evidencias hasta el
momento eran que tres nios
forcejeaban en el agua. Con el
fin de provocar una corriente
de agua, se llam a la bomba,
viniendo la Seagray. La coope-
racin de los radlopatrullas en
ganar tiempo a travs de su
emisora, fue de incalculable va-
lor. La Seagrav que fue llama-
da por la Radio Patrulla a las
4:05. despus de llegar a a-
cuerdo. lleg a las 4:30 y diez
minutos desDus comenzaba a
sacar agua. Durante 35 minutos
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
SE VENDE:Ganoo! Busito 50. seis
meses de uso, facilidades de pago.
Kiosco Colle 16 Oeste esquina Co-
lle B.
SE VENDEPlymouth 1950 DeLuxe,
asientos de cuero, derechos pagos,
ni 3 mil millas recorridas. B/.2,000.
Verlo de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m. en el Lo-
boratono del Gorgos o llamar a
Balboo 6446.
cuatro mangueras e s tuvieron
lanzando el agua que sacaba y
al clculo de mil galones por
minuto, slo pudo bajar dos
pulgadas el nivel general de la
piscina artificial.
Como lo que se pretenda era
formar una corriente que mo-
viera el cuerpo de los nios en
donde estuviesen trabados, se
metieron las cuatro mangueras
y como a las 5.20 se haba for-
mado un verdadero oleaje. La
bomba no poda demorar ms
porque carece de facilidades
para estos casos y en Panam
solo hay una bomba con esta
clase de equipo.
El Capitn Hassan, de la Po-
lica Nacional, se fu a Juan
Daz, despus de acordarlo con
el Fiscal, y trajo dos boteci-
tos y una cuadrilla de buceado-
res integrada por muchachos
del Maraen que.se encontra-
ban de paseo en Juan Diaz. A
las seis de la tarde lleg el
Capitn Hassan con sus ayuu-
dantes voluntarios. A las 8:04
los botes y buceadores se tira-
ban al agua, tres minutos des-
pus, Domingo de los Ros, de
la calle 18 Este bis, casa 19 y
Rlgoberto Plata, sacaban a Gus-
tavo tan pronto como las varas
de la gente de los botes tantea-
ron el cuerpo blando. Los bu-
ceadores eran Octavio Gonzlez,
Juan E. Rodriguez. lean Ra-
mos, Miguel Barrios, Domingo
Ros, Francisco Prez, Luis Al-
berto Agullar, Fernando Con-
treras, Rafael Gndola, Rogelio
Avila. Juan Ayola. adems de
los mencionados. Otro de los
muchachos sali asustado. Dijo
haber agarrado una cabeza,
pero que no habia podido su-
bir, el cuerpo estaba lvido. Al-
gunos creen que toc paja y
lodo y se asust.
Sombra* y dada*
A las siete y cuarto de la
noche, el Flseal orden suspen-
der operaciones. Los voluntarlos
estaban cansados. Slo qued
un indio de Samb buceando.
Quedaban con laa lombras.
las dudas. Los do* hermanos
Ismael, de 12 aos, alumno de
II ao del Instituto Nacional
y Gustavo, tambin escolar, 13
aos, salieron con toda su ro-
pa puesta. Inclusive los zapa-
tos. Las media que estaban
SE NECESITA:Muchacho pora ha.
cer limpieza y mandado. Central
81.
fuera eran de uso reciente. Qu
ocurri? 8e tir el amiguito a
nadar y al verlo que. se aho-
gaba se tiraron a salvarlo? O,
lo que parece ms probable,
viendo la noria, resbal uno y
cay a ese sector del charco,
que con los sondeos de vara
tenia de 14 18 pies de hon-
do y los otros se tiraron a
salvarlo? O slo eran dos, y lo
dems era fantasia popular?
En el da de hoy el Fiscal
continuaba las investigaciones.
El Mdico Forense no pudo de-
terminar ayer golpes, como pa-
ra hablar de mano criminal,
porque- Ismael tenia la oreja
carcomida por las peces y Gus-
tavo parte de los labios y del
parpado.
Avisos Judiciales
EDICTO Na. *
El suscrito Secretario del Mini.i.no
a* Ha. i.nda j Te.oro .
HACE feABER:
Cu al da (7) da Mayo del praaenl
ano, aa llavar a cabo en al beepaoho
dal Mialetnrle d. Hacianda y Teaoro. I
remate pblu-o de 1/t parta del terrario
que constituye U Plana No I25 qua
ruante en un Iota da tarrea ubica-
do al lado occidental de la calle princi-
pal de Ualidonia da eata ciudad, al cual
(ara con al No. zt, InacriU en el Re-
a-tetro de la propiedad al Tomo TU, Fo-
lio SSI da la beccin da Panam, que
corresponde a la Caa No. 23:1 de la
Avenida Central, Iota cuyoa linderoa y
medidas aoa los siguientes:
Norte, con tai-reno ocupado por Fran-
cisco Daz; Sur. terreno dal Gobierno y
usa casa de prooiadad de Melchora
Garcia; Kate Camino Real que conduce
a Las' Sabanea: Oeste, con camino qua
va para la "CASITA BLANCA', hoy Ca<
lia Jos Domingo Ksplnar.
MEDIDAS: Del Norte a Sur. Veinti-
siete Metros (ladrados coa Seaenta
Cent imet rus (I7.60M2I a de Eata a Oes-
te Treinta i nueva Metros Cuadrados
(SfM-i con una auparficle total da
MU. SETENTA Y SEIS METROS CUA.
ORADOS CON CUARENTA DF.C1ME-
TRO CUADRADOS (1071M1 con
40drr.i'. la octava parta da dicho le.
i rano que pertenece a la Nacin tiene
una superficia de CIENTO TREINTA
V C'I'ATRO METR. S CUADRADOS CON
CUSCO CENTMETROS CUADRADOS
llll.lbll!).
El precio bsico dal lote de terreno
que ae mencione ser da CUATRO Mil,
SETECIENTOS NUEVE BALBOAS CON
VEINTICINCO CENTESIMOS DE BAL-
BOA .H .4.7111.1.1.
Las propaeetae aa recibirn en la Se-
cretan, del Ministerio de Hacienda y
Taao'o, hajta las diea de la me ha na en
punto del da senalaoo para al remata.
Da la hora indicada a adelanta ae
oirn las pujaa y repujas hasta las anee
i de la maana ea sanio
Fare rtal.ih.ars. cobro postor, se re-
< quiere la ronaif nacan del 11% riel va-
lor ruado al Iota da terreno arriba eee-
. crito.
Kl rematador pasara al precio del re-
mate dentro de las veinticuatro horaa al-
luientee a la adjudicacin. II no lo hi-
ciere, perder a favor del Teaoro Na-
cional del dies por ciento consignado por
el para tenar derecho a hacer poetara y
responder tambin da >a quiebra del
remate.. (Acpite I del Articulo t*4
dal Cdio FUcaP.
En Panam, a loa aiete dias Vl sata
da Mayo de mil novecientos ciacueata
y nao.
ERIC HUMBER.
Se retarla del Ministerio *e
Hacienda jr Tesoro.
Plstico
para tapicera,
liso y floreado
Lmparas
"Coleman"
Alambre de pas
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S.A.
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Tel. 2-3335
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-
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. Alambre de Pas
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dt 1 pulgada
Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
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Calibre 22
H R
T\ f AUiACEj^B-gCTPg
con las tropas aliadas en los
frentes Central y Central O-
riental.
Mientras tanto,, el General
Mac Arthur ha advertido que los
rojos han extendido su area de
concentracin' hacia el Oeste.
Desde esa rea los rojos pue-
den amenazar el flanco occi-
dental aliado.
Elementos de siete divisiones
norteamericanas y cinco sur-
coreanas y una brigada brit-
nica se encuentran al Norte del
Paralelo 38 en un frente de M
milla* desde el rio Imjin hasta
la costa oriental.
La nica saliente que los co-
munistas mantienen en Corea
del Sur estaba al Oeste del ro
ImJln. Inmediatamente al Sur
del rea de Haeju-Kimchon,
hacia el cual MacArthur do
que los rojos han extendido
su concentracin de una fuer-
za comunista masiva calculada
en ms de un milln de hom-
bres. MacArthur dijo que el
tringulo C h o r won-Kumhwa-
Hwachon contina siendo el es-
cenarlo de la mayor concentra-
cin.
En la esquina occidental de
este tringulo, la artillera alia-
da dispar proyectilijs contra
Chorwon, por primera vez en
esta ofensiva, mientras en la
esquina oriental las tropas chi-
nas se movieron hacia el Sur
fuera de Hwachon, mientras
one 1p fuerras pliadps avan-
zaron hpcia la orla Hut h. la
\ reserva de 12 millas de Hwa-
. chon.
81n embarco, aparentemente
ilos rolos todava controlan la
reoresa del rio Pukhpn. asi co-
lino las compuertas de inunda-
cin en el extremo nor-oeste
de la reserva de.de el cual el
i ro Puchan corre unas cuan-
1 tas millas hacia el Norte y en-
tonces vira hacia el Sur para
I forma- un corredor oue con-
I (luce hac'a Crmnchon v Horrg-
chon al Sur del Pr->!e!o.
Fata ruta es una de Ips tre
a lo larp-o de las curies el
. Comandanta, de' Octavo EJerc'-
I to. General Matthew B. Rld-
, wav dijo que los rolos oodrian
: 'anzar su esnerada ofensiva.
!Las otras son las rutas Kumh-
WP-Sel y Chorwon-8el.
Un deDcho del frente cen-
t"i narecia Indicar que los
aliados que mantenan noslcio-
nes en el frente de Chorwon
rn sido empujados a cierta
distancia de las posiciones pre-
viamente anunciadas.
Hacia Este, los rojos chi-
nos obllperon a retroceder a
I*j Datrullas aliadas a travs
' de un ancho sector de los fren-
j tes central y central oriental,
en donde la Infantera aliada
I pudo observar mile, de solda-
dos comunistas al Norte de las
lneas aliadas.
Lderes del Congreso
jfieren con los ounlos de vista
I de la administracin sobre el
uso de trqpas nacionalistas! chl-
j as contra las comunista*? y la'
i importancia de Asia en cintra-
;posfein a Europa.
Mientras los demcratas, co-
mo nartdo. se abstuvieron de
resnaldar al Secretarlo de E?-
tado Acheron contra los ati-
ojies republicanos, ahora estn
listos a apovar a Truman en
cualouiera accin oue quiera
tomar contra acArthur.
La razn que se. ha expresa-
do en privado es oue los dem-
cratas creen que MacArthur se
ha salido de su camino para
ridiculizar la a d m inhtraeirYn
"hacindole el iue publicanos", y la nica manera
de contrarrestar el efpcto po-
ltico de las declaraciones de
MacArthur es contestarle abier-
ta Tente.
Muchos reDublicanos etaban
oreslonando el caso de MacAr-
thur. El Senador Homer Fergu-
son se est preparando Dar
presentar una resolucin Dar
enviar un comit bi-DarU*a del
Secado para que Investigue en
Tokio y "le solicite a MacAr-
thur sus puntos de vista sobre
la estrategia a seguir en la lu-
cha contra el comunismo mun-
dial".
El Senador William F. Know-
land acus a la administracin
de que sus "verdugos" ya estn
nidlendo a rritos la cabeza de
MacArthur. Knowland le pidi
a Truman que destituyera a
Acheson en lugar de MacArthur
y dijo que uno de los dos
debe salir, para poder resol-
ver la disputa poltica sobre
los problemas del Lejano O-
rlente.
r'
Selase la divisin
Provincia Escolar de Darirn,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Cheplgana y Pino-
gana.
Provincia Escolar de David,
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de David y Guataca.
Provincia Escolar de Las Taai
bias, que comprende los distri-
tos municipales de Las Tablas,
Guarar, Pedasi Pocr y Tonosf.
Provincia Escolar de Nombre
de Dios*, que comprende los da
trltos municipales de Nombre dt>
Dios y Portohelo.
Provincia Escolar de Panam,
que comprende la ciudad de Pa-.
nam. f
Provincia Escolar de Penen*-
m, que comprende los distritos i
municipales de Penonom y La
Pintada.
Provincia Escolar de Pes,
que. comprende, los. distintos
municipios de Pes. Las Minas, y.
Los Pozos.
Provincia Escolar de Remedio*!.
que comprende los distritos mu-
nicipales de Remedios. San F-
lix. San Lorenzo y Tole.
Provincia Escolar de San Erart-
cl'co. oue comprende los distri-
tos municlnales de San Fran-
c'to. Calobre, Caazaa y Santav '
Fe.
Provnicia Escolar de Santiago,
oue comprende los distritos mu-
nicjnples de Santiago. Atalaya y
Montljo.
Provincia Escolar de Son,
one comprende los distritos mu-
n'cloales de Tabora, Bplboa, ,
Cneoo. Chiman y los alrededo-
resd e Panam.
ARTICULO SEGUNDO:Cada
un de estas Provincias Esco- *
lares tendr adema, del Tnspep-
tor de Educacin. Un Tnsoector
Au"l''ar. un Secretarlo y un
Portero.
ptPar-RAs-O: Ta Provincia
Fscolar de Panprn tendr trea
Inoectores Auxiliares, un S-
crrar,o vr Portero.
La Provincia F"olpr de Nom-
bre no Dios tendr un Inspector
Auxiliar y un Portero.
a
ARTICULO TERCERO:tos
Inspectores de Educacin resid- -
rn en la cabecera del Distrito
o de la Provincia cuvo nombr
se ha tomado como denomina-
cin Dar la Provincia Eseolar,
ercento el Insnector de la Pro-
vincia Escolar de Taboga que re-
sidir en Panam.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
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* La ms acreditada.
* La da mayor stock.
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Inspectores Provinciales de Edu-
cacin sern representantes del 4
Ministerio de Educacin erv
acuellas Distritos Municipales*
cuya cabecera se encuentra ba-
jo su jurisdiccin. >
Las Inspectores que residen
en las cabeceras de Provincias
coordinarn, en los casos en que
ello sea necesario, la labor de>
Informacin que los Inspectores
deben rendir al Ministerio de>
Educacin en relacin con el
manejo e inversin de los fondos
municipales de Educacin a ana
se refiere los artculos 208 a 22
Inclusive de la ley 47 de 1946.
Comuniqese y Publquese.
Arnulfo Arias
El Ministro de "HitcPciAn.
Modesto Salrain
Ct) r'v?n'**v*l
sinceros al profesar el deseo d ;
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Grandes se lleve a cabo".
El problema radica actual- 1
mete en la cuestin sobre si es
posible un acuerdo sobre el nivel
de aramamentos y la reduccin.'
de stos Dor los Cuatro Gran-
des. Los rusos insisten en hablar
primero sobre la reduccin d
armamentos de los Cuatro Gran-
des. Los rusos tambin insisten,
en darle prioridad a la discusin
del desarme alemn. SI el ooc'-
dente acepta esto, quiere declf
que tendr oue desbaratar sus
planes de Incorporar a Alemania '
a las preparaciones de defensa
del Norte Atlntico.
Los debates han demostrado
oue aun cuando los delegados
tengan xito en encontrar una
frmula de transaccin, un a-
cuerdo final entre los Cancille-
res de los Cuatro Grandes care-
ce Imposible.
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LUNES, ABRIL 1*51
BL PANAMA itlfaTlT* DLUUO INDEPENDIENTE
A
PAGINA SIETt
DarinDekta Maana Frente a Bocas ^^UJSZS^
En El 8o Campeonato Nal. De Bisbol
EL SOFTBALL SOCIAL ENTRA EN
SU 2a ETAPA DE LA SERIE FINAL
Tres juegos por da
ofrece la contienda
~a Polica expondr maana tu invicto freate
al Alemn en juega dedicado a Beto Tejada
gmnhnitt de Ayer
Optic Sosa 4Alemn JrJ
La contienda solcal de sortbalb
rosigue esta tarde a las 4.30 y
anta Rita con el Juego entre
los equipos Camellos y ptica
Sosa, partido ste en el cual los
primeros buscan su primer xito
y los otros su tercera victoria.
El partido sealado para ma-
ana correr a cargo de los
conjuntos Polica (racional y
Alemn Jr. donde los "pacos'
JtMfw de Maana
DARIEN va BOCAS BEL TOBO
VERAGUAS T* COCLE
LOS SANTOS *s CHIRKJU1
de Bey
y COLON
Partid*
CHIBIOUI
COCLX es LOS SANTOS
VERAGUAS t HERRERA
Resultad* de Ayer
PANAMA 7 BOCAS
CHITRE, AMI t (Per S. .ral-
di)El equipo del Dartn den-
tara maana en el VIII Campee
nato NaeUnal de Baeeball Ama-
teur frente al conjunto de Be-
cas de* Tere.
El Terneo se inaugure ayer
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(SeftbaU Secial)
G. P. PJe.
Polica............... S LOJO
ptica Besa .......... 8 1
Alemn Ir........... I 000
Camellos........... 0 2 .OH
Juego de ROT
CAMELLOS es SOSA
f- Partid* de Maana
ALEMN Jr. ts POLICA
defendern su condicin de ln-: cea t*d* entusiasta* e inters
victo y sus rivales tratarn de
lograr su primer triunfo de la
contienda.. Chester de Soasa lan
tara por la Polica y Tudor por
el Alemn Jr.
En este choque lanzara la pri-
mera bola el cronista y comen-:
tarlsto deportivo de esta seccin
Deportiva BETO TEJADA, pre-1
miando la liga en esta forma!
su cooperacin con el clreulto
sotbolero social.
El Juego de ayer lo gan el
Sosa sobre el Alemn Jr. por 4,
a 3. en un gran choque. Luis-,
Walker lanzp or los ganodores
y Tudor por los perdedores, per-(
mltlendo el primero a sus. riva-
les 4 incoagibles y el otro ocho.
Los ganadores Incurrieron en
dos errores y los perdedprea en
cinco. -
Dictador Fu Retirado y
Phoebus Apollo Gan Ayer
La Catrera Estelar de J. F.
y i Majante de Baeas d*l T*ra
ofrec* ana preeeataela a* In-
dica s*r ua rival aguerrida y
peligrosa, y para sa eegaad*
c*mpr*ml>* d* m*i*a* se en-
cuentra favorita para Impsaar-
se a los darienltas.
Ea Isa *ir*e a** partid*, del
Programa de maana se med
raa Vetagaas ve CacM y Lea
Santas vs Chirtqn, donde lea
eaatf* aavenas valvara a pr-
santata* daspues de sa debat
de hay-
As lograron los
panameos su lcr.
triunfo en .base
BOCAS DEL TORO
YB C. H. PO A. E.
Panam Se Impuso Ayer a
Bocas del Toro En El Juego
Inaugural Del Base Amateur
Coa fran pompa fue inaufurado este torneo
nacional con Ir asistencia de numerosos
fanticos y grandes personalidades
1 a
cuencla. En su turno los Capita-
linos anotaron dos carreras, con
boleto de cortesa a L. Cubert-
batch y sencillo de E. Escalante
y M. Cobos.
Los actos 2o. y 3o. fueron sin
novedad, en el 4o. volvieron los
panameos a anotar 3 veces me-
diante 4 hits entre ellos doblete
Per RDEME
PHOEBUS APOLLO se impuso
en el evento estelar celebrado
ayer en el Hipdromo Nacional,
en un emocionante final en el
cual participaron tres ejempla-
res.
Kathllngh Light lleg segun-
do y Newmlnster tercero.
En otra de las pruebas este-
lares celebradas ayer se Impuso
Blido sobre Own Power.
El veterano Betn se acord
de sus buenos tiempos y gan
Dictador, el Invicto pupilo del el evento destinado a los ejetn-
_*, .11(1.. M-~ _... .1.1 at.n Alaa, ln "!< "IX" nhfP lint
Stud Blue te White, fu retira-
do de esta carrera.
Phoebus Apollo parti adelan-
plares de la clase "H" sobre una
distancia de una milla y repar-
ti a ganador la suma de B.
te y abri dos cuerpos de ven- 18.80 Oto de los dividendos ha-
taja El Jamaiquino Newmlns-! lagadores de la tarde fu repar-
ter luch durante casi toda la, tldo por Arabo II que gan al
prueba por emparejar al punte- | son de B.18.60
ro. pero no pudo.
' En la recta final se present
con una acometida arrolladura
Rathllngh Light, pero Phoebus
Apollo tenia energas de reser-
va y siempre obtuvo la victoria
por la clsica cabera.
Los Jinetes Ortega y Snchei
se destacaron en la funcin hi-
pl de ayer al ganar cada uno
dos carreras. Ortega gan con
Raymond y Blido, mientras que
Snchez condujo a rabe II y
Mr. Espinosa.
I"
Los equipos Control del Comejn y
BUR signen hoy el sof tball comercial
Esta noche a las siete y treta-1 Los
ta se miden en el diamante de paran
8anta Rita los equipos Control
del Comejn y BUR de la Liga
Comercial de Softball.
Ambos se presentan dispues-
tos a mejorar sus puntuaciones- og y seor-r
chlnltos" del Control es-
conservar con el triunfo
de estn oche lap oslbilldad de
participar en la serie final y los
muchachos de "Jlmmle" Samu-
dlo por lo menos salir del zta-
no del cual se han hecho due-
C. Heron 3b. 10 10 2 0
E. Rico 2b. 5 0 1110
C. Dadd ss. 10 0 0 2 3
W. Brown ss. al 121 10
R. Oreenald lf. 4 1 1 1 0 0
S. McDonald c. 4 2 13 0 0
E. Heron ib 5 0 118 0
L. Brown cf. 5 0 12 0 0
W. Barnes rf. 10 0 0 11
H. Daley rf. b) 1 0 0 0 O
E. Prince (el 1 0 0 0 0 0
R. King p. 4 12 0 2 0
39 I 11 4 t 4
ia) por C. Dadd en el So. por Bames en ti 8o. (e) bate
por Daley en el 8o.
Par S. H. IVALDI J
CHITRE, Abril a-Ayer se
inaugur con toda pompa *
Torneo de Baseball Amateur en
esta ciudad. Desde tempranas
horas al Estadio Rico Cedefio es-
cenarlo del VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur,
se vl Invadido por fanticos a- de A. Barker. Contrlple lmpul-
vldos de presenciar al Juago en- sador de L. Sanjur en el 5o.
tre los equipos representativos anot M. Scantlebury la 6a. ca-
de las Provnolas de Bocas del rrera capitalina.
Toro y Panam. | Durante los 5 primeros actos
La Banda de Msica del Cuer- loe lansamlentos de D. Salinas
do de Bomberos de Chltr enea-1 el monUcullsta panameo fue-
bezaba el desfile, seguido por ron Indescifrables. En el 6o. S.
loa miembros del Comit Orga- McDonald conect de triple uno
nteador del VIII Campeonato,
Arbitros! Anotadores, Cronistas,
toe Placaciones de Panam, Bo-
cas del Toro, Cocl, Coln Chl-
riqui, Herrera,, Los Santos y
Veraguas que lleg a ltima
hora.
La cupo el honor de izar la
bandera a Don Carmelo Spada-
fora. Presidente del Comit Or-
ganizador y Alcalde de Chltr,
al comps de nuestro himno na-
cional,, despus de los discursos
protocolaras de los seores O
Spadalora, Arturo Illueca. Pre-
sidente de la PJ3-BA. de Pa-
nam y Manuel Roy, Jefe del
DBF. donde elogi la coopera-
clon de Don Enrique Obarrlo
Contralor General de la Rep-
blica, quien lanz la primera bo-
la dando por Inaugurado el VIII
Campeonato. Se guard un mi-
nuto de silencie en memoria de
Rico Cedefio.
BX JUEGO
El equipo de Panam se Impu-
so en su debut a la novena de
Bocas del Toro por 7 carreras
a 5, Los primeros en batear fue-
ron los Boeatorefios sin conse-
PANAMA
VB C.
B. POA. E.
Cumaerbatch 3.4 2 1 0 t 1
E Escalante Ib 4 1 3 11 1 0
A. Barker rf. 4 2 2 9 0 0
tv Cocanan 2b 3 0 0 O 0 0
Hauradou ss. aOOOOSv
M. Cobos c. 4 0 10 0 0
Scantlebury rf 4 1 10 0 0
I. Delllsr cf. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Gonzlez cf, b 1 0 0 1 0 0
L. Sanjur ss. 2b 3 1 2 4 1 3
D. Salinas p. 3 0 1 0 0 0
J. I. Prez p.c 1 0 9 0 0 0
en la contienda y
reido juego.
NOTAS DEL VIII
CAMPEONATO
n Maana la Liga presente un
juego extraordinario entre los
Policas de la Zona del Canal y
un seleccionado de los equipos
que compiten en la Justa.
El mircoles se presenta un.
doble Juego, el primero entre el
Hudson v el Fiduciario y el otro
entre el Packard y el Radio
Bush.
da los envos de Salinas ano-
tando con sencillo de 8. Hern
la primera carrera de su equi-
po.
Con triple ae A. Barcer, su se-
gundo extrabase de la maana
y lanzamiento defectuoso de R.
King anotaron tos panameos
su ltima carrera.
Mientras los panameos se
detuvieron en su ofensiva los bo-
catoreos anotaban 3 carreras
en el 7o.; despus que D. Salinas
habla abandonado la cata por
estar sangrando los dedos de
la mano derecha; Jos I. Prez
fu en su sustitucin, y una en
el octavo para finalizar con 5 i
carreras.
Salinas estuvo lanzando una
buena pelota, demostrando sus
condiciones de buen lanzador,
habla recetado 7 ponches en su
corta permanencia en la caja.
R. King lo mismo que los lan-
zadores Salinas y Prez permi-
tieron 11 incoglbles. pero la la-
bor de King fu superior al pon-
char a 11 contrarios, su cuadro
no lo acompa, cometieron 4
pecados costossimos.
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Resultados di ios
eventos do pista
y campo de ayer
Resultados de los Eventos de
Piste y Campo celebrados ayer
en el Estadio Olmpico bajo la
direccin de la Comisin Na-
cional de Atletismo.
DAMAS
S. H IVALDI
CHITRE. Abril 9Con gran
entusiasmo e Inters se inaugu-
r ayer en esta ciudad el 8o.
Campeonato Nacional de Base-
bal Amateur, y existe el cenven-
. cimiento que la Competencia
resultar en un completo xito., ___s|J_ J- a-,5--,-
Las horas de los partidos .son las M||QQ Qg lIflilolM
siguientes. r
El primero a las 9.30 a.m. Numerosos y variados comen-
m segundo a las 1.30 p.m. tarlos ha provocado el partido
tercero 15 minutos despucs de snjtbau que aoatendran ma-
La Comercial escogi
su Seleccin para el
e finalizado el anterior.
El Calendarlo Oficial
mismo que publicamos.
es el
Las Delegaciones estn hospe-
dadas en la Escuela Secundarla
"Herrera" con excepcin do Ve-
raguas que se hospedado en el
mismo Veraguas y comen en
vestios lugares y Panam y Bocas; ya esc0gi su equipo para este
nana en la noche en el cuadro
de Santa Rita, el fuerte equipo
de la Polica de la Zona del Ca-
nal y el Seleccionado de la Liga
Comercial.
Ambos conjuntos han estado
practicando con todo empeo y
se espera un cotejo reido y
sensacional.
La Liga Comercial de Softball
del Toro en el Club Chltr. Has-
ta la fecha no hay ningn pro-
grama de diversion.
El Delegado por la Provincia;
de Panam, Toms Muoz im-,
pugnar al jugador de Cocl
Julio Herrera ante el Congreso
Tcnico, hasta -tanto no com-
pruebe el lugar de su naclmlen-
No hay facilidades para los
Jugadores de transporte. La dls- |
tanda del home plate al jardn
izquierdo es de 420 piee: al Jar-
dn central 400 y al derecho 335.
Las Tribunas de Palco tiene ca-
pacidad para 200 personas v las
graderas para 2.500. Los cuartos
de vestir como los servicios sa-
nitarios y baos son nuevos y
nv'v buenos.
i Se recuerda que el 10 de Abril
de 1949, los equipos de Bocas
del Toro v de Panam lnaugu-
i el VI Campeonato en Chi- \
-Mendo airoso en aquella
importante compromiso, y lo
forman:
Gnillerm* Diat, recentar
Alfree* Hayw**d, laniador
Jimmy Arlain, lansador
A. Atzamora, lanzador
K. Kollins lansador
Jorge Lu, InfleMers.
M. Padilla, ttfliHsis
R. Arana. IofieUcrs
Blas Bltesa, Isrftelder*
A. Agolrre, infleld*rs
A. Lopes Inflelders
J. Chandler jardinera
G. Roanos, Jardinero
A Goaalez, jardinera
C. And*rs*a. jardinera
G. PhilliiM. Jardinera
Cartes Arasana, JaHaassa
G. Guzman, Director
?ed Panamericana
ene los mejores
oc; aln uTnovena capitalina por I ^rOfiTamaS
34 7 11 27 t 3
(a) entr por Delllsr en el 6o
por Bocanan en el 7o. (c)
por Salinas en el 7o.
Remen, Prlr Whlnfer
ganaron ayer en el
fulbol del Chorrillo
El onceno Coronel Reran de-
rrot ayer aIsNacional por cua-
tro a uno para empatar el pri-
mer puesto del Campeonato del
Ftbol Mayor del Barrio del
Chorrillo El Pern y el Remn
son los dos equipos que se en-
cuentran invictos. Anotaron ayer
tantos para el equipo ganador
Rafael Tala, Nicanor Clarck,
Snchez, y Carrasco. Por loa de-
rrotados el nico tanto lo marc
Thomas Henry.
En el segundo partido toe
muchachos del PRI, derrotaron
al Mendoza, por seis a cinco en
Juego bastante reido. Los pu-
pilos de Norberto Navarro, estn
en el segundo puesto del torneo
cond os victorias e igual n-
mero de derrotas.
Anotaron los tantos por los
ahijados de la simptica seo-
rita Lupita Ardlnes, Raimando
Jimnez, con dos, Tofilto Gor-
don. Carlos "Caito" Torras, Jor-
ge Luis Bonilla y Ramirez, por
los del Nacional, Lola Bedoya
con tres, Marcelino Quintero y
Antonio Moran. Los equipos
Mendoza y Nacional todava no
han visto el sol de la victoria en
este campeonato y se encuen-
tran en el stano.
WINTER 3 PRA 1
El Deportivo Whlnter se Impu-
so ayer en la tarde al onceno
PRA por tres a uno en la con-
tinuacin del Campeonato Me-
nor de Ftbol Chorrtllero; con.
esta victoria tos Whlnter se
mantienen en el comando de i
este torneo eon dos victorias.
Los que anotaron los tantos por
el equipo ganador fueron Ver-
gara. Maclas y Domnguez y por
los perdedores el nico tanto fu
de Vsquaz.
M a.etras7 tag. S J-W
1Charlotte Ooodln--M.
2Adelina BernalI.
3-D. BerkleyA.B.
100 mearas 1 seg. 3-ie
1Charlotte OoodlnM.
2A. BernalL
3-D. Berkley
HOMBRES
100 metresII seg. 1-1.
1Marcos WilsonP.
2A. GrenlonAS.
8B. FergunsonA.
tea metas13 sag. 4-5.
1Alfredo Orenlon A3.
iB. YoungP.
3L. SobersJ.
4H saetas 82 seg- 1-*
1Marcos WilsonP.
2R. RaybourneP.
3-D. PrinceJr.
ate saatrea3 snln., I sag. 3.-1
1Fran SogandaresP .
2WaldronA.B.
3V. Gonzlez
1500 metras ntia.
1Henry CroaP.
2Juan PhillipsI.
3V. GonzlezP.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace impresclndibl* ka
Construccin d* an S*r
gaaitari* a *l Casan*
Jaegos de SARTA RITA.
XS seg
5 #00
15 mia. 58 sag. 1-10 R*c*rd Nal.
1Simn PealozaP.
2Hernn Gonzlez P.
3AbUlo MosqueraI.
4.100 Ralev M sag. 7-10
1Equipo Polica Nacional
2Equipo Abel Bravo
4x400Betev* 3 sata. 37 seg.
1Equipo olida oracional
2Equipo Abel Bravo
DISCO 1183
1L. OlivardiaP.
tO. RealP.
3C. OoodbyI.
JABALINA 1C4
1R. A, Knkght Fte 15
2O. RedI.
3O. BrownI.
BALA845
l-O. RedP.
2O. OlivardiaP.
3C. GodbyL
ALTO ALTO5'ie-
1Jorge JamisonP.
2J. Salas
3T. Bast
SALTO LARGOtO'O-
1Cacar WallaceA3.
2L. SobersP.
3H. SinclairL
Citacin Deportivo
Se cita a los Jugadores del
equipo RADIO BUSH de la Liga
Comercial de softball para una
reunin maana a las cinco de
la tarde en el PANAMA-AMERI-
CA. Be pide puntual asistencia
a todos.
Cabo Verde venci
a los Duques en el
base de Caldonia
Con una numerosa concurren-
cia se Inaugur aver domingo la
tercera 'temporada de baseball
del barrio de Celidonia en el Es-
tadio Olmpico.
Este partido fu dedicado a
los conocidos deportistas el HD.
Bar let ta y al consejal Luis
Branca.
Antes de comenzar la ceremo-
nia, el seor Remigio Flores, pre
sent a los seores Barletta y
Branca tambin estaban pre-
sentes los seores Julin Rivera
N., Administrador del Estadio.
Luis A. Ardlnes y Carlos T.
Rodriguez.
En esta competencia hay ocho
equipos que son los siguientes;
San Francisco, Los Duques, V.
Carpano, Cabo Verde, Fuerte
Chlriqul, triclas Ayarza, Parque
Lefevre y Barriada.
En el primer partido de la
temporada entre las novenas Los !
Duques y Cabo Verde, saliendo
victoriosas tos ltimos por la
anotacin de 8 carreras a 2. En
estep artldo hubo dos cuadran-
glares uno de Samuel Arlas en
el primer acto con tres compa-
eros en bases y otros de F,
Guerrero de los Duque en el
sptimo.
Los mejores bateadores del
partido fueron por los Duques
Agustn, Gonzlez con 3-3; por
el Cabo Verde 8. Arlas de 3-2 y
Remn de 3-2; lanzador perde-
dor H. Camposganador Abel
Ortega.
Juego para maana martes en
el Estadio Olmpico a las 4.30
de la tarde San Francisco vs
l. Barriada.
Ofrecemos aqu tres vistas de
la Inauguracin del VIII Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur que tuvo lugar ayer en
el Estadio 'Rico Cedeo' de Chl-
tr ante numerosa concurrencia
y con visible entusiasmo e Inte-
rs. En una se ve el momento
en que el seor Contralor de la
Repblica, Don Henrique de
Obarrlo, se dispone a lanzar la
primera bola de la contienda. En
otra una parte del desfile, en-
cabezado por los miembro* <"I
Comit Organizador. Y por lti-
mo una jugada del primer en-
cuentro donde el equipo de Bo-
cas del Toro est marcando su
primera carrera.
AUSTIN. Texas, Abril (UP)
Los Yankees derrotaron a la no-
vena Austin de la Liga Menor,
por cinco a tres en partido que
fue limitado a siete entradas de
las cuales Frank Shea, lanz las
seis entradas permitiendo las 3
carreras. Bob Porterfleld lanz
las ltimas entradas del parti-
do.
LUI8IANA. Abril (UP)Las
Medas Blancas derrotaron al
equipo "A" de los Bravos por 3
a 2. con su lanzador zurdo Billy
Pierce, que lanz todo el parti-
do completo. Los Bravos batea-
ron empero 11 incoglbles 2 ms
que las Medias Blancas.
I POMICrtAI.. .con la nariz ob-
struida, la garganta irritada,
el pecho adolorido. Pero, al
acostarla
tomo
V *s una bebida delicio**
V no contiene estimulantes
V ayuda a conciliar el suaSo
V a* prepare en la. mima taza
V con agua o leche caliente
Censara PQ5TUM hay
mlsmyrub*lol,
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Selecciones de Noviembre le dice
COMO SUPRIMIR LOS MALOS OLORES
DEL CUERPO Y EVITAR El MAL ALIENTO
al mismo tiempo!
UNA AOtADAK! frotacin con
Vidt VapoRub. Qu alivio
para tila...qu fdl para le
madre! Y, entonces, mientra
duerme
VapoRub ayuda a
combatir ei resfriado de dos
modo* directos durante la
noche. Acta comocata/>/1UTns
calima, aliviando la conges-
tion en el pecho ... mientra
que los tibores medicinla,
inhalados, .acuitan la respira-
cin y descongestionan Iss
mucosas. iPruebelol
VlCK
VapoRub
La asombrosa nueve tableta verde
contiene un daadoront natural
(Clorofila I. Efectivamente elimino
lo olores ofensivos en sa principio
dentro de su organismo.
Selecciones de noviembre, pgina 94
reporta la anaglca "medicina verde"
que rpidamente detiene el mal aliento
y elimina loa maloa olores del cuerpo
Es la medicina milagrosa compuesta de
Clorofila, la cual se .puede conseguir
en cualquier botica en pequeftas table-
tas verdea llamadas "ENNDS"
Una o dos tabletas "ENNDS" cada ma-
flina. terminan con su diarla preocupa-
cin sobre su mal aliento v otros malo
olores pee o* ola niara.
Canso Trbala "ENND8"
No os un refrescante para su aliento,
tampoco un simple deodorante. tata
milagrosas tabletas "ENNDS" deUenen
los malos olores de su organismo en su
lagar de origen. En poco* minuto de-
tienen el mal aliento, causado por al-
cohol, tabaco, cebollas y halitosis En
una hora lo malos olores del cuerpo
rtosapreren, hasta los malos olore?
causados por la menstruacin sudor,
enfermedades, etc. Quedando Ud Ubre
de malos olores de loa pies a la cabeza.
Por asa razn miles de personas bendl- o
cen las tabletas "ENNDS"
Pisoada cocao segura *>
ss Medicina Verde" as
"ENNDS" no detiene la transpiracin, a
simplemente la depdorlza. no cubra loa "
malos olores, sino que los elimina desda "
dentro da su organismo, de modo os- *
Sir > natural,
-cuerde: El Ingrediente principal '* -
Clorofila, un deodorante natural. Est*
Drooado cientficamente que la "medi-
cina vrr*e" no ea daina al organismo.
Usted puede tomar tranquilamente
ENNDS7- todos los das .
Protegida lodo al daa
aVsvoTveresMS sa diner
La medicina milagrosa contina traba-
lando durante lodo el dio. aunque Ud.
no se pueda baar *
Garantizado para eliminar los malea
olores por un da entero, o le devolve-
remos su dinero. No se arriesgue, de-
tenga los malos olores v mal allanto.
Pregunte por "ENNDS" en u farmacia.
Cuesta unos ocos centavos solamente.
ENNDS:


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Feticlones
Vibraciones del Aire
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Filigranas musicales
Msica escogida
Noticiero Deportivo
Merel y Arando
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azciirrnga
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Msica tiplea
Msica popular
El favorito de hoy
Esta tierra y sus hombres
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Acordes porteos
El Hit Musical de Hoy
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Cancionero nocturnal
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COLON
MAANA MARTES
Buenos Das
Despe lador Musical
Noticiero R.P.A
Msica tpica
Acordes porteos
Melodas matinales
Grandes maestros
La Voz de Hoy
1 Correo del Aire
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Aire
El Disloque Musical
Peticione*.
Invitacin al baile
Msica variada
Msica de Saln
Noticias R.P.A
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcarraga
Pinturas 'Pabco.
Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
Msica variada
Acordes porteos
Delicias tropicales
Noticias
Lotera Nacional
Intermedio selecto
Peticiones
Msica Italiana
Una Mujer sin Importan-
cia. Dramatizacin
CELEBRE ACTOR MICHAEL
O'SHEA, LLEGO A
"EL PANAMA'
Mdico pueco hizo revivir
N
con un masaje un eorazn
Ex-secretario de Estado de
Estados Unido empuja a un
delegado polaco de la "OiNU"
PHILADELPHIA, abril 9.
(UP). El Dr. Adolph A. Ber-
le Jr., ex-Sub-Secretaro de
Estado de Estados Unidos y el
Dr. Julius Katz Suchy, delega-
do de Polonia en las Nacio-
nes Unidas se empujaron mu-
tuamente durante una discu-
sin que tuvieron anoche ante
300 espectadores en un esce-
narlo.
La discusin tuvo lugar des-
pus que los distinguidos dele-
gados a la reunin de Ac-
demla Americana de Ciencias
Polticas y Sociales haban'
mofado a Katz Suchy cuando
este denunci a los Estados
Unidos por su "intervencin"
en Corea.
Katz Suchy se estaba po-
niendo- su abrigo y sombrero,
y se propona abandonar el
recinto, cuando Berle se apo-
der del micrfono para de-
cir que "el insulto a los sol-
dados americanos era dema-
siado.
Suchy corri al escenario y
se apoder del micrfono pa-
ra gritar que los soldados a-
mericanos estaban matando
mujeres .y nios en Corea,
cuando Berle, en un Intento
por cuitarle nuevamente el
micrfono le dio un empelln,
a lo que Suchy contest con
otro empelln, hasta que los
presentes Intervinieron para
que no se fueran a los golpes.
ESTOCOLMO. Abril 9.
Tres mdicos suecos, los doc-
tores Mlllbourn, Nilsson y Ey-
rich. de la Universidad de
Lund, en el Sur de Sarcia.
describen en uno de los ltl- \
mos nmeros de la revista
mdica "Nordisk Medlcin" un
caso interesante, que prueba
que, mediante una intervencin
rpida, puede restablecerse el
funcionamiento de un corazn
que ha cesado de latir tem-
poralmente.
Durante una operacin ao-
dominal efectuada en un hom-
bre de 70 aos en el Hospital
de Lund, cesaron los latidos
del corazn a consecuencia de;
la baja presin arterial. El i
mdico hizo inmediatamente i
una cisura en el diafragma y
practic un masaje manual en
el corazn, al mismo tiempo
que se aplicaba al paciente la i
respiracin artificial. Tambin
se le administraron Inyecciones
estimulantes en el corazn, que
a resultas de este tratamien-
to volvi a funcionar normal-
mente. Se cosi el abdomen y
el enfermo qued completa-
mente restablecido, si bien fa-
lleci altanos meses ms tarde
de su enfermedad original.
Estudios sobre
petrleo hace
Las posibilidades petroleras
en Panam y la geologa de la
seccin oriental '.del pas son
los estudios especiales de un
joven estudiante panameo que
hoy asiste al Oregon State Co-
llege. Estados Unidos.
Bert Jack Shelton Vsquez
es uno de los tres estudiantes
panameos que ganaron becas
de viaje en 1950 de la Branlff
Airways, becas que son otorga-
das por el Instituto de Educa-
cin Internacional y que hoy
estudian en colegios norteame-
ricanos.
Shelton est buscando su gra-
do de Master en Ciencias en O-
regn y tambin asiste a las ca
ses y trabajos de laboratorio
ELDORADO
HOY ULTIMO DA!
"EL DEMONIO ES
UN NGEL"
- con -
con SUSANA FREYRE
CARLOS THORRY
JUEVES 1
Vertd l ica, Sensacional 'mocionante... nica! es
M3!
- con -
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO
KATY JURADO
TODOS SONAMOS... y cuando
el sueo acaba la vida doloro-
sa empieza I...

Ellos fueron tan lejos soan-
do que no pudieron regresar!
de la Facultad de Geologa. Su
materia principal es Geologa
General y las otras son Stratl-
grafa y Paleontologa. Su tesis
para obtener el grado de Mas-
ter versar sobre las estructu-
ras geolgicas de Panam O-
riental y las posibilidades pe-
troleras de todo el pas.
Fuera del aula de clases, Shel-
ton es miembro del Club de
Geologa del Oregon State Co-
llege y acaba de ser admitido
como miembro del Captulo Sig-
ma Gamma Epslon del O.S.C.,
sociedad nacional de honor pa-
ra estudiantes en las ciencias
terrestres.
Shelton es graduado en el
Canal Zone Junior College y
recibi su grado de Ingeniero
Petrolero en la Colorado School
de inas. Despus de ensear
Geologa en la Universidad de
Panam en 1946, fue gelogo de
la Sinclair Panama Oil Corpo-
ration.
Veinticinco becas otorga a-
nualmente la Branlff Airways
a los estudiantes latinoameri-
canos. Estas becas son conce-
didas por el Instituto de Edu-
cacin Internacional en con-
juncin con otras becas de
mantenimiento y matricula por
los gobiernos y colegios.
El clebre actor v autor. Mi-
chael O'Shea. de Nueva York..
ser husped del Hotel "El Pa-
nam" en su primera visita
a la Repblica de Panam.
El seor O'Shea es uno de los
contribuyentes a las revistas
"TV Guide". "Gotham Guide''
v "Theatre Time". Hizo su es-
treno en el escenario de Nueva
York con Frederic March en |
"The American Way" y es muy
bien conocido en el mundo de
radio v televisin en los Estados
Unidos. En la pantalla usa el |
nombre de 8can O'Shea para e- :
vitar confusin con un actor de
Hollywood del mismo nombre.
El seor O'Shea es uno de los
publicistas principales del tea-
tro, v se encuentran entre sus [
clientes los clebres actores de
la pantalla y del escenarlo John
Garfleld, Jos Ferrer, Mae Wesi, i
Judith Ai.derson. Gloria Swan-
son, Kat na Paxinou. Irene Rich.
Gertrude N|esen, Basil Rnth-
bone, Melyyn Douglas, Pablo y ,
Graciela Hartaran y Virginia
Field.
Un conocedor distinguido de
comidas ricas es el seor O'Shea i
y est escribiendo un libro d
ancdotas acerca del escenario
Americano titulado "Intime-
Untitled", el cual se publicar |
en enero del ao entrante. En
ello se incluirn las recetas fa- ,
mosas de las estrellas de Holly-!
wood y Broadway y las recetas
favoritas de los panameos.
feurante la ltima guerra
mundial el seor Q'Shea era
miembro del "188th Glider In-
fantery del llth Alrbone Dlvi-
slon" y desde su separacin del
ejrcito ha producido programas
mensualmente para entretener I
a los soldados heridos en los hos-
pitales de veteranos en Nueva
York. En estos programas del
escenarlo y de los nightclubs y
televisin.
El seor O'Shea se hospeda
en el Hotel "El Panam" du-
rante los cinco das de su visita
en Panam y anticipa con gusto ;
conocer a nuestro pueblo y a
nuestra ciudad.
*
AMORES DE ESTUDIANTE
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
Hg\ V ULTIMO DA I
\J I DEL XITO
CMICO con
EMILIA GUIU
ABEL SALAZAR, en
Una Viuda Sin Sostn
MAANA
LA MAS DIVERTIDA Y RE-
GOCIJANTE COMEDIA DEL
CMICO GENIAL
CANTINFLAS
EL
PORTERO
Hacen verificacin
de los Censos en
Chiriqu y Coln
La Contratara General de a
Repblica contina realizando
con todo cuidado, una de las
fases ms importantes en la
elaboracin de nuestros Cen-
sos, como es la verificacin de
los datos e Informacin obte-
nidas durante el empadrona-
miento. Para que nuestros Cen
sos sean la expresin fiel y
exacta de la realidad nacional,
sus cifras deben ser absoluta-
mente correcta y sus datos ri-
gurosamente ciertos.
Para lograr esta absoluta se-
guridad, el Departamento de!
C'eivos de la Contraloria Ge-'
neral, comenz inmediatamen-
te despus del empadrona-
miento efectuado el 10 de Di-
ciembre ltimo, la verificacin
del mismo, o sea la revisin
de las boletas con el objeto
de corregir errores o llenar
omisiones que hubiesen podido
ocurrir. Esta labor, indispen-
sable antes de proceder a la
compilacin y tabulacin de
los resultados, se viene efec-
tuando desde Diciembre y se
ha llevado a cabo en' esta Ca-
pital y algunas ciudades im-
portantes del Interior.
Ahora se ha comenzado en
forma general en las Provin-
cias de Coln y Chiriqu, en
donde se encuentran desde el
comienzo de esta semana, sen-
das comisiones de funcionarios
del Censo encargados de rea-
lizarla. En Chiriqu, en donde
esta labor se hizo ya en la
Ciudad de David, se est efec-
tuando ahora en la Seccin
Occidental de la Provincia, o
sea en. los Distritos de David,
Boquete, Bar, Boquern, Do-
lega, Anje, Oalaca y B-
gaba. En Coln, en donde ya
se hizo la verificacin en San
Blas, se har ahora en el res-
to de la Provincia o sea en
los Distritos de Coin, Porto-
belo, Santa Isabel, Chagres y
Donso. L Direccin del Censo
espera terminar este trabajo!
en un trmino de dos sema-
nas, para realizar inmediata-
mente la misma labor en otras
provincias.
Se libr furiosa
batalla area
en Corea ayer
TOKIO; Abril 9. (UP)--Los a-
viones de retro-propulsin alia-
dos ylos aviones de combate co-
munistas MIG-15 se trenzaron
nuevamente en una furiosa ba-
talla area a slo seis millas de
la frontera de Manchuria, per-
diendo los comunistas cinco a-
vlones.
Treinta aviones comunistas a-
tacaron a slo 12 aviones del tipo
F-80 norteamericanosi pero los
americanos pelearon durante
quince minutos, obligando a los
comunistas a huir detrs de la
frontera de Manchuria. ,
Mientras tanto, el trfico te-
rrestre de los rojos, que anterior-
mente era de unos 1,700 vehcu-
los por noche, baj a solamente
alrededor de mil anoche. El Ge-
neral Earl E. Partridge. Coman-
dante de la 5a. Fuerza Area dijo
que cerca de 8b de stos vehcu-
los fueron destruidos.
Los aviones aliados destruye-
ron 14 tanques comunistas ayer,
siendo este nmero el mayor en
un slo ataque desde hace sema-
nas.
Aviones del tipo B-26 destruye-
ron 20 vehculos comunistas en el
extremo nor-oeste de Corea entre
Cinulju en la frontera y Slnan-
Ju un poco ms al sur-este.
clon dijo que en la sesin no
se discuti el azcar por no
tratarse en estos momentos de
un articulo escaso. Subray
que si Estados Unidos cuen-
ta con grades existencias de
azcar despus que termine la
emergencia, podr disponerse
del sobrante ordenadamente
de conformidad con la resolu-
cin aprobada.
Ral Herrera Arang-o, Asesor
Tcnico de la delegacin Cu-
baa dijo a la Prensa Un-'
da: "Deseo expresar la satis-
faccin de la delegacin de
Cuba con los resultados de los
trabajos de la Comisin Eco-
nmica. Me es muy grato sub-
rayar el espritu de concilia-
cin y disposicin de Estados]
Unidos de hacer todos los es-
f uerzos para lograr convenios'
mutuamente satisfactorios. La
delegacin Cubana considera
que hemos avanzado ms en
el camino de la cooperacin
que en ninguna otra reunin
de consulta".
tBRTT. 9. 1331
Est complacida
Cuba por acuerdo
de la Conferencia
WASHINGTON, Abril 9.
(UP). La delegacin de Cu-
ba, el pais mayor productor
de azcar en el mundo, se
siente complacida con la reso-
lucin aprobada en sesin ple-
naria en la Reunin de Con-
sulta de Cancilleres America-
nos.
Un portavoz de la delega-
FrmanHo Feran-Cmes y Margarita Audrey forman la pareja en-
telar de la simptica eoniedia flmiea "Tiempos Felices", de Lniver-
tal-Inlernalional. Esta pelcula se basa en una narracin del famo-
so novelista Armando Palacio Valds.
GRAN
JUEVES
ESTRENO
SIMULTANEO DE LOS TEATROS
PRESIDENTE I I VARIEDADES
DE LA PELCULA QUE ES LA ESCENCIA MISMA DEL
* M A M B O *
con la estrella inigualable de los ritmos tropicales
MARIA ANTON I ETA PONS
TEATRO
A LAS
8:00 P. M.
ANCN
SIGUE TRIUNFANDO LA GRAN
COMPAA cubana de
COMEDIAS Y VARIEDADES
JUANITO BORRAS
con la divertida Comedia de
ambiente nacional
UN VELORIO EN
EL MARAON
EN LA
Segunda Parte del Programa
GRANDES NMEROS DE
VARIEDADES tomando
parte todas las Estrellas de
la Compaa!...
Los muebles usados por esta Compaa en la escena
son por cortesa de la acreditada Mueblera LOS DOS
CUADOS" y "LAMPARAS QUESADA"
SARA
GARCIA

Gustavo Rojo
Eduardo Noriega
Delia Magaa
Jos Baviera
.--------- JUEVES! ----------a
| TEATRO LUX |
LA REINA DE LAS SIRENAS -
ESTHER WILLIAMS
PRFFIERE:
Jk*
e
Vala
en
LA REINA DEL MAMBO
NO ARTA *ARA MENORES
TROPICAL
MAANA!
LA SUBLIME HISTORIA
DEPORTIVA!
GARY COOPER
THE PRIDE OF
THE YANKEES
TERESA WRICHl WALTER Bti
SABE RUTH
'SUS DOS AMORES'
"LA SIRENA
SE ENAMORA"
Alegre, espectacu-
lar y divertida Co-
makia-Musical en
TECHNICOLOR!

DUCHESS
of IDAHO
*( ESTHER
WILLIAMS
(r yifj
JOHNSON
JOHN
PAULA RAYMOND
CONNIE HAINES CLINTON SUN0BERC
La Utrra da nadie... Donds la traicin y la
________gloria luchan s vida o muerte
TEATRO LUX
La ms conmovedora y majestuosa
pelcula de la temporada 1
IRENE DUNNE
-en
:> "El Diablillo
y la Reina"
(The Mudlark)
con -
ANDY KAY
BELLA VISTA

El mis espectacular drama de
aventuras llevado a
la pantallal...
Deborah
KERR
Stewart
GRANGER
"LAS MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
COLOSAL DOBLE
PROGRAMA I
TEATRO CECILIA
Pailones Primitivas...! Extica* ATenturai 1
Jon HALL Susana CABOT, en
"SAMOA"
Adems: William Parker Audrey Long, en
"RASTRO SINIESTRO"
TROPICAL
Howard DUFF Brian DONLEVY
Pry Dow, en
"EXTORSIN"
VARIEDADES
1:30. 3:20, 5:15, ?:$, S:M p.m.
El drama intimo da una mujer
que sucumbi al amor, quebran-
i.nndo sus votos de fidelidadI...
Fernando
SOLER
Charite
GRANADOS
Gustavo
ROJO
- en -
u cmara era mis mortfera
..que.un revlver 1 .^._______
TEATRO ENCANTO
Ray Milland Hedy
Lamarr, en
"EL PLACER DE LA
VENGANZA"
John Land Dean Martin
-en -
"Irma, Se Desenreda"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Carlton Haaton LUabeth Scott. en
"El Vengador Invisible"
- y -
"EL GENRAL MURI
AL AMANECER"
TEATRO IRIS
Carlos Orellana Rita
Montaner, en
"Anacleto, Se Divorcia"
Carlos Gardel. en
"El Tango en Broadway"
HISPANO
Carlea Corea, en
"LA MALCASADA"
y Resortes, so
EL AMOR NO ES
NEGOCIO"_____
PACIFICO
DOS PELCULAS
DE ACCIN
Y
AVENTURAS!__.
"El Grito de La Carne"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Richard Widmark
- en -
"HASTA EL ULTIMO
HOMBRE"
George Montgomery
'- en -
"Hija de la Foraflidc"
TEATRO EDISON
Virginia Field, en
"HORAS DE VIOLENCIA"
Betty Hutton, en
"Ana, La Reina del Circo"
VIC TOR1A
Johnny Sheffield, en
"El Tesoro del Volcn"
La Pandilla, en
AVENTURAS slel.AZAB"
APOLO
Jorge Mistral, en
POBRE CORAZN"
y -
-LA LIGA DE LAR
CANCIONES"
IDEAL
DOS
GRANDES
PELICULASI
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO I
GRANDIOSO
DOBLE
PROGI
ROOSEVELT
Joseph Cottan. an
Furia de lea ValUsites
- y -
IX CABO *"
con Burt Lancaster..