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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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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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TWENTT-8IXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1951
FIVE CENTS
U.S. Shocked By Tiring' Of MacArthur
Impeachment
Of Truman
Talked Bv GOP
WASHINGTON, April 11 (UP) Republican Con-
gressional leaders at a secref meeting today discussed the
possibility of trying to impeach President Truman for fir-
ing General MacArthur.
House Minority Leader Joseph Martin Jr. told his
secretary: "Get me MacArthur in Tokyo"
Senator Styles Bridges said the Republicans were
"talking about everything from impeachment on down."
Democratic leaders rallied be-
hind Mr. Truman. Speaker Sam
Rayburn said MacArthur's In-
subordination had not been
helpful to the peace efforts of
the Administration and the
United Nations.
"We must never give up the
principle that the military is
under and subject to the con-
trol of the civil Administration.
"I think the president of the
United States and the members
o the United Nations are work-
ing for world peace.
"They don't want war In Eu-
rope, and don't want war In
Asia.
"I feel there was a great fear
among all of them that General
MacArthur, in his insubordina-
tion, was not being helpful a-
long those lines."
Half an hour after the Re-
publican's meeting started house
minority leader Joseph Martin
Jr. emerged with this state-
ment:
"It was agreed first that the
whole question of the conduct
Of foreign policy be Investigated
by Congress in the light of the
latest tragic developments.
"Congress should have the
complete views of General Mac-
Arthur and he should be invit-
ed to return for that purpose
forthwith. The question of pos-
sible impeachment was discuss-
ed." ____________________
MacArthur Ouster
Lauded By Italy,
Britain, France
LONDON. AprU 11 (UP)Mac-
Arthur's dismissal saved the
Labor Government here from a
major internal party crisis.
Left wing Laborites were In
no mood to keep silent after
MacArthur's latest statement,
and were bringing strong pres-
sure on Premier Attlee to get
tough with the United States.
Minister of Labor Aneurln
Bevan. President of the Board
of Trade Harold Wilson, and
Secretary of State for Colonial
Affairs Tom Cook have been in
complete disagreement with the
Government over its relations
with the United States over Ko-
rea and the MacArthur contro-
versy.
In the House of Commons this
afternoon Foreign Secretary
Herbert Morrison praised Mac-
Arthur as a brilliant soldier, but
aid the principle of the subor-
dination of military to political
leaders was paramount.
A French Foreign office
spokesman said: "Mr. Truman
iiakes it clear that he is as
anxious as the French Govern-
ment that nothing should be
done to extend the war In Ko-
rea."
Wahl To Leave
Canal For Job
In Washington
Charles F. Wahl will leave the
Canal organization effective the
first of May to Join the National
Mediation Board In Washington
as mediator, it was announced
today at Balboa Heights.
He plans to return to the Isth-
mus next week to settle his af-
fairs here.
Wahl has been In Washington
about five months as legislative
representative of the Lock Oper-
ators Association In connection
with the Income tax.
He was president and legisla-
tive representative of the Canal
Zone Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council about 15
years, during which he also serv-
ed on the Panam Canal Wage
Board which adjusted all craft
rates of pay at that time and
also served on the Panam Ca-
nal Board of Complaints. He was
the first labor member of the Ef-
ficiency rating Board of Appeals
when Chat board was originated
and served in that post for sev-
eral years.
He Is a senior control house
operator In the Canal organiza-
tion.
Two Account Charges
Placed In Balboa
Against CZ Woman
Two charges of failure to ac-
count for funds of the Panam
Railroad Company were filed In
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
morning against Mrs. Mina Dee,
a middle-aged Balboa mother
and the wife of a Panam Canal
electrician. She Is an American
citizen.
Until recently, Mrs. Dee was
cashier at the Panam Railroad
Company's local freight house
In Panam City, where she had
held her position for approxi-
mately six years.
The first bill of complaint fil-
ed today charges that on Dec.
22, 1950, Mrs. Dee tailed to ac-
count for $20; and the second
charge 'states that on Dec. 27,
she failed to account for $30.
District Attorney Daniel B.
McOrath revealed that an In-
vestigation has disclosed a
shortage of approximately $3,000
in the accounts of the local
freight house In Panam City
during the past two years.
Mrs. Dee was notified this
morning of the filing of charges.
The case will probably come
up befoK the Magistrate next
Wednesday, it was learned.
MOVING UP. Lt. Gen. Rldgway who today succeeded Gen-
eral MacArthur as supreme commander In Korea, is known
widely as a "fighting general." Rldgway here slogs through
the mud at the front lines with a Springfield rifle slung over
his shoulder. He is followed by his aides.
? *
War Forgotten Momentarily
As News Reaches 8th Army
8TH ARMY HEADQUARTERS,
KOREA, AprU 11 (UP) War
war forgotten momentarily to-
day as n e w 8 of MacArthur's
ouster from command and his
replacement by Lieutenant Gen-
eral Matthew B. Rldgway spread
like a Shockwave through this
headquarters. Staff officers were
stunned by the announcement.
If Army Secretary Frank Pace-
advised Ridway of the decision
during and hour-long private
conference here last night, the
word did not go beyond the con-
ference-room doors.
Most observers here believed
the White House released the an-
nouncement only after Pace
who talked with MacArthur in
Tokyo Monday had arrived
here and discussed plans for the
shakeup with Rldgway.
Both Pace and Rldgway re-
plied with a tlght-plpped "no
comment" when approached by
newsmen this afternoon.
There was no rejoicing here,
despite the fact that no love has
been lost between the 8th Army
and Tokyo headquarters.
Regardless of private views
about MacArthur, the general
reaction here was that the ouster
was a great personal tragedy to
a great man. Some officers ex-
pressed concern over the loss of
Rldgway as a field commander.
One soldier said:
"He's"a fighting; man. Rldg-
way doesn't belong behind a
desk shuffling papers. He's the
man that put this Army back
In business."
Observers here believed Rldg-
way would make no major
changes In the strategy of the
United Nations campaign In Ko-
rea Its basic course since Jan-
uary has been guided to a large
extent by the Incisive imagina-
tive mind of the ex-paratroop
general whom Washington pick-
ed to replace the late General
Walton H. Walker.
There has been close agree-
ment between the 8th Army and
Tokyo on the conduct of the
"Road Back" campaign. Rldgway,
while conceding he cannot de-
News Of General's Ousting
Hits Isthmus Like A-Bomb
News that Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur had been relieved of his
commands burst like an atom
bomb today in both civilian and
military circles.
From Quarry Heights, head-
quarters of the Caribbean Com-
mand a spokesman for Lt, Gen-
eral W. H. H. Morris Jr. said that
the news came as complete
surprise to the command.
"The people In this headquart-
ers, 'I he added, "have supreme
confidence in Gen. Matthew
Ridgway's ability to perform any
task assigned him."
This was the official reaction.
Unofficial reaction ranged be-
tween the remark of one civil-
ian, "Someone has made a ter-
rific mistake," to the remark of
another, "The action comes 20
years too late."
While there was no other of-
ficial comment, other than that
from Caribbean Command head-
quarters, individual servicemen
expressed anonymous opinions.
"You have to admire him for
the deeds he did In defeating
Japan," one officer said. "He
was a soldier all along the line."
But another thought that aa
a soldier, the 71-year-old gener-
al should have been more amen-
able to orders.
"He's an American institu-
tion," one man said. "But he also
Is a soldier and as a soldier he's
got to follow orders."
The local reaction was ming-
led, as was the Caribbean Com-
mand statement, with admira-
tion for Lt. Gen. Rldgway, the
ramrod stiff exparatrooper who
headed the Caribbean Command
from June 28, 1948 to Sept. 9,
1949.
"Of all people who could have
been put Into this Jobln Japan
and Korea) Rldgway Is tops. He
la a GI's soldier. His patience
and understanding spell leader-
ship," an officer declared.
feat the Chinese In Korea with
the United Nations forces now
available, has announced his In-
tention of pressing attack a-
galnst the Communists in a "war
of maneuver," aimed at sapping
the Red's strength.
He believes the Korean war is
only the first round In the West-
ern world's "shooting war" with
Communism. He told a news con-
ference Sunday that the United
States public will do well to a-
bandon the notion that the war
here can be ended "like a big
league baseball season and every-
body can throw up his hat and
go home."
Lieutenant General James A.
Van Vlett, who will replace
Rldgway as commander of the
8th Army received his orders In
Florida, where he Is on vaca-
tion. He Is now en route to Wash-
ington, indicating that Truman's
decision to fire MacArthur was
sudden.
18 Fresh Sino-Red
Divisions Deployed
To Korea In Week
TOKYO, April 11, (UP) -
Eighteen new Chinese Commun-
ist divisions have been moved in-
to North Korea from Manchuria
since April 3, according to an ar-
my spokesman.
These reinforcements are not
In contact with the United Na-
tions forces, but back of the line
Army estimate of Red
strength Is: 212.000 North Ko-
reans, 470,0*0 Chinese Commu-
nists. 13,000 guerrillas. Total
795.000.
A United States division wnich
Jumped off at dawn north of the
38th parallel above Seoul today
quickly ran into stonewall Chin-
ese defenses.
The Americans were trying to
scale precipitous mountains ^stUl
capped with snow.
At both ends of the 104-:nile
front from the Imjin River to th*
east coast United Nations tanks,
troops and heavy guns slugged
out new but limited advances
Remnants of perhaps as many
as 12 North Korean divisions
fought bitterly to block the" Allies'
advances.
Communist rearguards appar-
ently still hold the Hwachon rer
servolr, which they opened In an
attempt to delay the Allied ad-
vance.
The strategic city of Chorwon
has been destroyed by allied ar-
tillery and a Superfort raid last
night.
Rain fell all morning today,
turning later to snow and hall.
Slippery mud slowed the Infan-
trymen and leaden skies prevent-
ed air strikes against epjrencned
Red Chines*,
Text Of
Order
WASHINGTON, April 11,
(UP) The text of President
Truman's order to General
MacArthur was:
"Order to General Mac-
Arthur from President:
"I deeply regret that it be-
comes my duty as President
and Commander-in-Chief of
the United States military
forces to replace you as Su-
preme Commander of the Al-
lied Powers; Commander-in-
Chief, United Nations Com-
mand; Commander-in-Chief,
Far East; and Commanding
General, US Army, Far East.
"You will turn over your
commands effective at once
to Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridg-
way.
"You are authorized to
have issued such orders as
are necessary to complete
desired travel to such a place
as you select."
Canyac Charges
Jail Soldiers,
Peddler Friend
Two Canal Zone servicemen
and a 30-year-old resident of Red
Tank were Jailed today for pos-
session of marihuana. The serv-
icemen were given 10 days apiece,
the other defendant, from wnom
they had bought two packages of
marihuana for $1, drew a 30-day
term.
The defendants were Vernon
Lee Wels and Ralph Robert Cap -
porlno, members of an anti-air-
craft battery near Pedro Migue!,
and Alfred Cornelius Lenon Of
Red Tank.
Attention of the police was at-
tracted when they found the two
servicemen In the car of Lenon,
who had been under suspicion of
peddling marihuana. The two
packets of marihuana, contain-
ing enough for 10 small cigar-
ettes, were on the floor of the
car.
Police explained that the pro-
cedure in obtaining marihuana
was for the servicemen to pass
Lenon's house and whistle. When
he answered the whistle the sol-
diers would ask for the "stuff"
The servicemen.are both first
offenders. Lenon has a long po-
lice record.
Coronation Slone
Turns Up On Altar
01 Scottish Abbey
IARBROATH ABBEY, Scotland,
! April 11 (UP)The historic Co-
ronation Stone stolen from
Westminster Abbey, London, on
Christmas Day, was found here
today on the altar of King Wil-
liam the Lion almost 631 years
to the day since Scotland de-
clared Its eternal Independence
of England In the "Declaration
of Arbroath."
Officials at this ancient ruin-
ed abbey, considered one of the
most magnificent edifices in
Scotland, are satisfied the red
slab of sandstone found on the
altar was Indeed the missing
Stone of Scone on which the
kings of Scotland and England
have been crowned for centu-
ries.
With the stone were two un-
signed letters, one addressed to
King Qeorge VI and the other
to the General Assembly of the
Church of Scotland?
In this great abbey on April
6. 1320 the Scottish parliament
met and addressed to the Pope
a letter asserting the Independ-
ence of their country and ac-
claiming Robert the Bruce as
their lord and sovereign.
They swore that as long as
100 Scotsmen were alive they
would fight to keep from Eng-
lish domination.
Dismissed General Had
No Warning Of Shakeup
WASHINGTON, April 11 (UP).-The United States reel-
ed with surprise and political shock today as the word spread
that President Harry S. Truman had relieved General Douglas
MacArthur of all his command s.
In three weeks MacArthur will return to the United
States.
Tokyo indications are that the general had no noiice of
his dismissal. It was handed to him in a brown Signal Corps
envelope marked "Action for General MacArthur"ashewas
entertaining luncheon guests. |
Britain and Europe have hailed MacArthur's
dismissal as eliminating for the time being their
greatest fear: the extension of the Korean War in-
to a full scale war with Communist China.
But there obviously was surprise at Mr. Tru-
man's drastic action.
Lake Success reports say the United Nation
had no advance knowledge of MacArthur's dis-
misssal.
Uncertainty concerning MacArthur and his
influence in shaping the United States' Far East-
ern policy had been regarded by United Nation
observers as a major stumbling block to peace.
MacArthur..."his finest hour."
*
General Received
Dismissal Noiice
/
'Magnificently'
TOKYO, AprU 11 (UP).Gen-
eral MacArthur was at his offi-
cial residence In the United
States Embassy for lunch when
th- news reached him. With him
were Mrs. MacArthur and their
son Arthur. 13.
When newsmen clamored at
the door for a statement Mac-
Arthur told his aide de camp
Colonel S. L. Huff "No, not
now."
Huff said Mrs. MacArthur "did
not wish to be disturbed" as
"she is pretty busy right now."
A silent crowd waiting In the
rain at the embassy gates saw
MacArthur emerge two hours
after Mr. Truman's announce-
ment and drive to his headquar-
ters In the Dal Ichl building
with his military secretary Ma].
Oen. Courtney Whitney.
MacArthur was unsmiling but
his bearing betrayed no hint of
dismay over his dismissal.
He walked quickly up the
steps through a crowd of 30 to
40 persons, mostly newsmen and
photographers.
He wore his famous tarnish-
ed, gold braided cap.
Whitney told newsmen: "He
received word of his dismissal
magnificently. He never turned
a hair. His soldierly qualities
were never more pronounced. I
think this has been his finest
hour."
Gangster Dies In
Miami 'Palace'
Of Heart Attack
MIAMI. April 11 (UP).Gang-
ster Charlie Fischettl, 50, cousin
of Al Capone and reputed lead-
er of the remnants of Scarface's
mob, died at his palatial home
here today of what his physi-
cian said was a heart attack
that followed a short siege of
virus and Influenza.
Fischettl rose to notoriety in
Chicago's gana wars during the
1920's as Capone's personal
bodyguard.
He had surrendered under a
Kefauver Senate Crime Commit-
tee subpoena and was scheduled
to appear before the group soon.
Rotary Club Meets At
El Panama Tomorrow
The Rotary Club will hold its
regular meeting tomorrow at
the Hotel SI Panama at 7:30
p.m. It .is requested that all
member* attend.
The text of Mr. Truman's pub-
lic announcement read:
"With deep regret I have con-
cluded that General of the Army
Douglas MacArthur Is unable to
Slve his wholehearted support to
be policies of the United States
Government and of the United
Nations in matters pertaining to
his official duties.
"In view of the specific respon-
sibilities Imposed on me by the
Constitution of the United States
and the added responsibilities
which have been entrusted to me
by the United Nations, I have de
cided I must make a change of
command in the Far East.
"I have therefore relieved Gen-
eral MacArthur of his commands
and have designated Lt. Gen.
Matthew B. Rldgway as his suc-
cessor.
"Full and vigorous debate on
matters of national policy is a
vital element In the constitution-
al system of our free democracy.
"It Is fundamental however
that military commanders must
be governed by the policies and
directives Issued to them In the
manner provided In our laws and
Constitution. In time of crisis
this- consideration Is particularly
compelling.
"General MacArthur's place In
history as one of our greatest
commanders is fully established.
The nation owes him a debt of
gratitude tor the distinguished
and exceptional service which he
has rendered his country In posts
of great responsibility.
"For that reason I repeat my
regret at the necessity for the ac-
tion I feel, compelled to take In
his case."
At the press conference seven
mimeographed exhibit* were
distributed in support of what
amounted to a charge against
MacArthur of disobedience.
These were:
1) A Dec. 6,1950 order from the
Joint Chiefs of Staff to MacAr-
thur requiring him and all other
military and civilian top officials
at home and abroad to reduce
their public discussion of foreign
follcy, to exercise caution when
bey did discuss it, and to obtain
clearances from the State and
Defense Departments on all for-
eign and military policy state-
ments and also to submit suca
statements in advance to th
White House.
MacArthur and all others a-
broad were specifically ordered
" to refrain from direct commu-
nication on military or foreign
policy with newspapers, maga-
zines or other publicity media In
the United States."
2) Cm March 21. 1051 advised
MacArthur the President shortly
would announce the United Na-
tions was under strong pressure)
to try for a negotiated Korean
peace and that diplomatic discus-
sions would be sought. MacAr-
thur was advised to slow down
the war a bit.
3) The next exhibit was Mac-
Arthur's public statement of Mar.
25. 1651 analyzing the Korean
situation and offering to meed
with the, Comunist Commander-
in-Chief in Korea to seek a po-
litical settlement satisfactory to
the United Nations without fur-
ther bloodshed.
4) The same day the Joint
Chiefs of Staff transmitted to
MacArthur a presidential rebuko
for that statement, and repeated
that the Dec. 6 order must be ob-
served.
5) and 6) were suggestions bj|
the Joint Chiefs of Staff that ad-
ditional South Koreans be armed
for fighting and MacArthur's ob-
jection that lt would be better to
equip the National Police reservo
In Japan.
7) This was MacArthur's Mar.
20 letter to Representative Jo*
seph W. Martin Jr.. challenging
the Administration policy and
calling for an all out war against
the Communists In the Far Ease
Balboa Tides
i
Thursday, April 13, 1851 "T
High Low V
7:24 a.m.............1:10 %..
7:31 p.m. ............ 1:33 pun.
CZ Police Probe Mysterious Loss
Of $1450 In PC Clubhouse Funds
CRISTOBAL, AprU 11. Canal Zone police are In-
vestigating the mysterious loss of $1,450 In Panama Canal
clubrrouse funds which disappeared yesterday between the
Chegres clubhouse and the Collector's office In Cristobal.
Police were notified of the loss about mid-morning
yesterday when clubhouse manager R. O. Weeks tele-
phoned that the money was missing from his car.
Weeks, police officers said, told them that he bad
started from the clubhouse in Gatun about 9 aJn. yes-
terday, the money in an envelope on the front seat of
his ear.
He stopped at the Motor Transportation Division's
shop between Silver City and Cristobal to have a Ure
repaired. Weeks told police that he was away from his
car several times daring the time he spent at the Mil
shop and that he discovered that the money was miss-
ing when he was ready to continue on to Cristobal.
Several persons have been questioned by the Polio
in connection with the loss of the money.


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rHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Departures
TERRY
BLIND MAN'S BUFF
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.8. Chiriqui ...................................Apr" 16
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................April 0
S.S. Levers Bend ..............................Apr
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................AP"' 30
(Handling Refrlferateil Chilled and General Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_________________Criatobal
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................April I
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Apr 10
S.S. Cape Avinof ..............................April 24
S.S. Cape Cod ................................. May 1
Freight Sailing Weakly from Havana lo Crlftobal
lVeekl SalUnn to New York Loa Angelar San Francisca. Seattle
Occasional Sailing to New Orlaana and Mobile.
(The teamen In tale trrica ara limited to twelve ptasengera)
rreqntnl Frelghl Sailing from Cristobal to Weal Coaal Central America
Sails
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala________________Midnight
- S.S. Chiriqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 16
S.S. Chiriqui...................................April 30
TELEPHONED:
CK1STUBAL 11*1 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. '.'SANTA MARIA" ..
S.S. 'jANTA BARBARA"
.......Due Cristbal. April 18th
.......Due Cristbal, April 25th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S 8 "SANTA CECILIA" ..........Sails Cristbal. April 16th
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" .....Sails Cristbal, April 23rd
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ....'...,. .Due Balboa, April 11th
M.V "RING 8PLICE" ...............Due Balboa, April 12th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "SQUARE SINNET" ........Sails Cristbal, April 20th
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Criminal 2144 2139 Panam 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 215
Shipping & AirLine News
Northbound
Heavy southbound transit
through the Canal yesterday de-
layed passage of northbound
ship at Gatun Locks. At 3:33
p.m. yesterday two o the 14
Urge touthbound ships were still
In Gatun Locks, two more wait-
ing up lockage. Both sides of the
locks were being used.
Meanwhile, six northbound
ships were lined up In .Gatun
Lake waiting for lockage.
Lumber Ship
Continuing the steady flow of
lumber from the West Coast to
England, two more lumber car-
rying ships have arrived her
within the past two days.
Northbound yesterday was tht-
John Hanson of the White Rang -
er Company, arriving from 8an
Francisco. Scheduled for south-
bound transit today is the
freighter Alkls. also loaded with
lumber. Both ships are under
charter to the Timber Control
Section of the. British Boari of
Trade Agents for both are Payne
and Wardlaw.
before returning through the Ca
nal to the West Coast.
Sea Horse
The Foss Company's tug Sea
Horse Is due in Cristobal with an
LST in tow, according to Norton,
Lilly who will handle the .-'hips
here. The tug and her tow are en
route from Houston to Seattle.
The L8T will be towed through
the Canal by a Panama Can.il
tug and will rejoin the Sea Horse
In Balboa for the long trip up
the West Coast.
Last Trip
The Grace Line's charter
Square Sinnett was southbound
yesterday afternoon on her last
trip through the Canal from the
West Coast.
She is one of the freighters or-
dinarily in the Alaskan service
and has been under charter to
Grace for the heavy coffee ea-
aon in Central America during
the off-season In the Alaskan
trade.
Square Sinnett docked in Bal-
boa about noon Monday to dis-
charge general cargo and started
through the Canal on a ate
eclwdule yesterday. She is berth-
ed in Cristobal to handle more
general cargo and will then zo en
to Maraca-too and Barranquea
Yacht Race
Tucker McClure's big sailing
yacht Chiriqui has arrived in Los
Angeles after a five-week trip
from Balboa, according to letters
received by friends here this
week. The yacht has been enter-
ed in the coming California-Hon-
olulu sailing race.
Nuptials Delayed
As Egyptian MP
Hunts For Orchid
TALLAHASSEE, Pla., April 11,
The bridegroom's search
for a white orchid held up for
an nour yesterday the wedding of
an Egyptian member of Parlia-
ment and the girl he met on the
banks of the Nile.
Mohamed Mohamed Moghazi.
31, was scheduled to marry Eli-
zabeth Fuller Wlnn, 24-year-old
Orlando, Fla., girl, at 10 a.m.
but Moghazl set out to find the
exotic flower for his bride's blue
suit.
At 11 a.m., he rushed into the
parsonage of the First Presby-
terian church with the white
orchid and the ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Lawrence
SteU.
The couple met In Cairo when
Miss Wlnn was employed there
by the U.S. Rovernment. They
left Immediately after the wed-
ding for a honeymoon in Cali-
fornia and from there thev will
go to New York and sail for his
Alexandria. Egypt, home May 1.
East German Redi
Order Clothes Must
Hang On Party Line
BERLIN. April 11 (UPiCon-
munlst East Germany today out-
lawed nudism and swimming in
the raw. Informed sources said
Communist officials believe they
"detract" from the party's "peace
campaign."
No explanation was given for
the ban. but Communist agitat-
ors reined last summer that
their eiioru to propagandize tor
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It would be pleasant but not at
ail true to report that my team-
mates made a profit on every
hand when they won the world's
championship in Bermuda. Their
biggest loss came on the hand
shown today.
When George Rapee played the
hand for America, he was pleas-
ed rather than disappointed with
the opening lead. By playing the
nine of spades from dummy he
could surely pick up the jack of
spedes, which might otherwise
have been a thorn In his flesn.
East plaved the Jack of spades
at the first trick, and South won
with the ace. Now Rapee could
afford only one more round of
trumps, because he had to do
something about the hearts.
His plan was to establish the
dummy rather than his own
hand. Dummy's losing diamond
could eventually be discarded on
the queen of clubs (after the are
and king had been played.) The
only way to dispose of dummy s
losing hearts was to ruff them m
the South hand for which
South would need two trumps.
Hence South could afford to draw
nlv two rounds of trumps.
At the third trick Rapr-e
switched to hearts, cashing tht
ace and then the king. His next
step was to ruff a low heart wltn
the four of spadeswhereupen
West over-ruffed. Rapee had
played the hand properly, but he
was nevertheless defeated at his
grand slam contract.
In the other room, the hand
was played by a member of the
European team (Elnar Thorfinn-
?son. of Iceland." Thorfinnsson
actually held the North hand, but
he played the grand slam con-
tract because he was the first
player to bid spades at that ta-
ble.
In that room Charles H. Uo-
ren, of Philadelphia, had to mak."
the opening lead from the East
hand. It was a very difficult pro-
blem, and perhaps no lead wou'd
have done much good since the
hand was being played from the '
North position. Unfortunately
Goren opened a heart, which
gave North a free finesse and no
further problem.
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lng neart to worry about, and he i
could afford to draw three rounds
of trumps.
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ing the slam and losing it wa
1560 points.
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THR1
Ike Tells How
West; Norway
He W ill Defend
Denmark Worry
By DONALD BRIGGS
WASHINGTON, April 11 (UP).
Concern reported In Denmark
and Norway lest these countries
be left temporarily to their own
defenses by the Atlantic Pact
group In the event of a Russian
attack might stem from remarks
which General Dwight p. Eisen-
hower made here. \
Eisenhower explalned\ to the
Senate Foreign Relations and
Armed Services Committees Feb.
1 that the strength of the North
Atlantic Treaty forces lies in
having a compact and highly
mobile army.
He said while this army could
successfully defend "rather sig-
nlilcant portions of Western
Europe" Norway and Denmark
might have to depend upon in-
ternally disposed strength de-
fending a series of hedgehogs and
supported by naval power and "a
floating organization in their
rear."
The late Democratic Senator
Virgil M. Chapman asked Elsen-
hower: "If it would require 40
divisions to make a proper de-
fense of Europe, and if France
can provide 15 of these divisions
by the end of 1952, which of our
other allies do you think could
reasonably raise a considerable
numoer of the remaining 25
divisions needed?"
Elsenhower replied: "Well, we
have to count primarily upon
Britain, upon Belgium a very
limited amount I should say
upon Italy, upon ourselves, and
then upon what you might call
the internally disposed strength
In Denmark and Norway.
"I wouldn't expect those coun-
tries to provide much dlsoosable
strength. You would hone that
they could make of their coun-
tries a series of hedgehogs where
they could be supported by air
and naval strength and maybe
even a floating organization In
their rear.
"But we have got to organize a
truly combined army, and If
things set right we have all got
to produce even more than we
have planned up to today.
"I hope that at a later date
some ot the tilings I say toaay
are not thrown In my face. Gent-
lemen, I have had a very
short time to study this problem.
I am giving you the best answ-
ers I can but I must say that
study in my own staff may vary
some of my answers."
In an earlier discussion with
the committees of the general
strategic situation under his
command Elsenhower said:
"You give me a small army, of a
dozen divisions for example, and |
there's no enemy in the world
short of some catastrophe I
couldn't possibly forsee, that
could destroy them before we did
something about it
"I am assuming we would con-
centrate on .air at that point and
that's what' I believe would hap-
Een. Now If they are going to
e deployed on a tremendous
prelmeter they can't put all their
air at this one point
"We can with far less forces
than the great tables we read of
Soviet forces at this moment
make rather significant portions
of Western Europe safe, though
in actual numbers we would be
far, far below the Soviets....
"I believe our great strength
lies In our central position, with
our ability to move in the direc-
tions that we see require it.
"Therefore we must capitalize
on sea control. We must have
UK's Best Muddiest
Envoys Leave Korea
great air power. Not only Inter-
ceptors, but planes to protect the
sea lanes and carry us forward.
"I have the Idea that we re-
cognise a special relationship be-
tween ourselves and Western Eu-
rope and that we must take
whatever steps are necessary co-
operatively to assure1 our com-
mon defense."
Elsenhower expressed no doubt
about the Danish and Norwegian
defense efforts and will to re-
sist aggression.
In summarizing the findings of
'his earlier trip through the
North Atlantic Pact countries he
told a joint meeting of the House
and the Senate:
"Denmark, exposed as it is way
out between the Baltic and North
Seas, Is going to do everything
that represents its maximum ef-
fort.
"In Norway there Is no question
about the determination of the
will to resist. The attitude Is that
resistance to the point of des-
ruction is preferable."
Local Rater Nears
End Of 45 Years
Government Service
James Nelson, local rate em-
ploye of the Army's1 Engineer
Supply Division. Corozal. will re-
tire at the close of business April
30 after 45 years of government
service.
Nelson first went to work for
the United States Government in
1906 when he was hired as an at-
tendant with the Sanitation Dl -
vision of the Isthmian Canal
Commission. After a termination
from this agency he was employ-
ed Intermittently by various di-
visions of The Panama Canal.
He entered duty with the Dis-
trict Engineer in Feb.. 1942 as a
Mechanic helper now holds U2
atine of Materials Preserver
Leader.
By PETER WEBB
Jebb Says Britain
Opposes Sino-Red
Bombing, Blockade
SAN FRANCISCO. April 11
(UP i British United Nations
25,000 Reds In Army
Don't Trouble Italians
By
NORMAN MO.NTELLIER
PHOTOGRAPHED IN THE PATIO of Hotel El Panama yes-
terday afternoon upon their arrival from Tocumen airport,
are the members of the planning committee for the forth-
coming conference of managers of Esso affiliates in Latin
America to be held April 16 to 20 at the Hotel. From left
to right are: H. P. Blackeby, assistant comptroller, New York,
F. H. BUlups, assistant marketing coordinator, New York of-
fice; H. B. Wilson, assistant manager, employe relations de-
partment, New York office; S- Scollay Moore, president and
eeneral manager of Esso Standard Oil (Central America)
which is host to the conference; J. E. Butler of the Esso tax
departmnet, New York; J. C. Moroni, legal department. 1New
York office, and Cyrus T. Helm, executive director. Interna-
tional Petroleum Company and a former resident of Panama.
DAR, Catholic Daughters
Sponsors Girls For 'State
ROME, April 11 (UP*.There
Delegate Sir Gladwyn Jebb told are 25,000 Communists in the
Italian Army, representing 15
per cent of its total strength, ac-
cording to official sources here.
The heavy Influx of conscripts
makes it difficult to weed out
Party members from the Army
ranks, but Italian officials do
not believe they are dangerous.
The 175,000 man army takes In
about 60,000 conscripts a year, of
which many are Communists.
The 75,030 man Carablnierl
(Federal police i long ago weeded
out Communist or leftist sympa-
thizers.
The navy and air force, limited
to 25,000 men each, have also
been able to make tight political
screenings.
the American Association for the
United Nations this week tlur
the British Government opposes
any aerial bombardment or naval
blockade of Red China because
such actions "would Inevitably
involve the United Nations in un-
limited war with China with
quite unpredictable results as re-
gards a possible extension of that
war."
He said he opposed punishing
any country for aggression in
Korea "because In modern wars
the great majority of people who
are punished are guiltless of any
offense."
He said the British Govern-
ment believed a permanent solu-
tion to the Korean problem could
only be reached by considering
the interests of Communist
China in that country.
He said the British Govern-
ment never share the defeatism
felt in the United States at the
time the Chinese entered the
Korean conflict.
He recalled seeing allusions at,
that time, "I think from Tokyo," | danger,
likening the Chinese Communists
to the hordes of Ghengls Khan.
The British Government felt
non-recognition of the Pelping
regime of Mao Tse-tung only
complicated the situation in
Chipa, while It did not weaken
the hold of the Communists on
that country.
The problem of Communism in
the Italian army has received
much attention an In top Wes-
tern planning. But no one in the
Italian Army, or in the Ministry
of the Interior, which controls
the police, believes these Com-
munist soldiers represent a
Officials are worried chiefly
about Communists outside lie
armyparticularly those worllng
in big industrial plants.
One official said many of the
armv's conscripts come from
small towns which are In the
control of the Communists, and
the youths become Communist
"Just as a matter of course."
He said: "In the army they
learn to think a little for the
themselves. We are qi.ilo
pleased with the number that
forget all about Communism at
the end of their time In the
army."
Local police report to the army
on every conscript, and every
town had has a police registe^
of Communist Party members o
sympathizers.
*
When a Communist enters thd
army he gets special supervision
and is watched closely until ot4
ficials determine whether he's a
real militant party member of
Just a Communist "In name
only."
Special officers then take up
the task of converting them. No
effort is made to segregate the
Communists in the army, since
military officials believe the
best way to convert them is tq
have them live with non-Com
munlst.s.
One Western official said:
"Most of these young Commun
ists are illiterate. After they get
three good meals a day and some
decent clothes they are pretty
safe hs far as the Government
Is concerned.
"But the army is careful about
the majority of them."
La Boca Parish
Votes For Its
Maytime Royalty
TOKYO. April 11 (UP). Em- began to call themselves had no
barking for home shortly are two I armor, no artillery and relative-
battalions of British troops who, ly little firepower compared to
have done more to enhance Bri- United States units,
tain's prestige among the United On the Naktong River company
Nations than anything Britain commanders of the Middlesex
has done polltlca'ly In London. Regiment were at first horrified
Washington or Lake Success at the size of the sectors they
since the war. i were expected to hold with their
The men of the 1st Battalion, relatively green troops, 54 per
Middlesex Regiment, and 1st cent of which were 18-year-old, tag.
Battalion, Argylle and Suther- i National Servicemen (UMT At the latest count the other
land Highlanders', landed in Ko-: men). |candldrtes lor King ran as
rea Aug. 29 last year as a token i To deceive the Communists as | lows: William Myrle, l.w
Little Marcus Graham, with 1.-
485 votes and Bette Davis. 1,419
votes arc leaders In the contest
for a King and Queen to reign
over the May fete which the Pa-
rish Welfare Council of St. Pe'-
er's Church, La Boca, Is promot
force "of Infantrymen rushed I to their real strength they built
from Hong Kong in response to dummr tank guns on to their *a-
General Douglas Mac Arthur's
urgent call for troops to hold the
tenuous Allied perimeter round
Pusan.
They are going home as men
who have won more friends for
Britain than any ambassador or
politician for many years.
In September the 3rd Battal-
ion. Royal Australian Regiment.
arrived and Joined the two Bri-
tish battalions in forming the
27th Infantry Brigade.
This was the first British Com-
monwealth Brigade ever to be
formed. It is generally reco cient Bren tua carriers and
maneuvered them along the
whole length of the sector to give
the impression of a large armor-
ed force.
One day two of the dummy
guns fell off In full view of the
Communists. In the language of
the brigade it was "a bit dodgy."
It was the same story on the
entire advance to the North Ko-
rean capital of Pyongyang and
beyond the story of three bat-
talions who made up in imagina-
tion and ability for what they
lacked In equipment.
At night fires were forbidden.
ful
Er-
n sto Robertson. 1,000: Lloyl
Bell, 685; Christopher Greaves,
55- Victor 8mlth. Jr.. nil.
Linneth Hinds scored 1.320
voten for Queen; Donzella Clune.
1,090; Marcla Bushell. 950: SvbU
Best 475; and Lorna Mitchell,
200.
The parish is invited to the se-
cond count which will be held in
the parish hall 7:30 p.m. Friday,
April 20.
The first two local organiza-
tions to sponsor a girl to attend
the 1951 session of the newly
formed Caribbean Olrls' State
are the Panama Canal Chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution and the Catholic
Daughters of America, Sancta
Maria No. 447 of Balboa, Canal
Zone. Each of these groups ara
sponsoring one girl. Previous
sponsors have been Mrs. Bettv
Crawford, National Executive
Commltteewoman one girl and
Mr. Jack Crawford, Chagres Fiv-
er Unit No. 6, American Legion
Auxiliary two girls.
Applications are being accepted
now by the American Legion
Auxiliary. Department of Pana-
ma, from girls of the Junior class-
es of Canal Zone High Schoo.s
who wish to attend Caribbean
Girls' State. The 1951 session,
plans for which are nearing com-
pletion, will be held June 8
through 14 at Fort Sherman, Ca-
nal Zone. Fifty girls who meet
all eligibility requirements will ue
selected to attend.
The purpose of Caribbean Girls'
State Is to provide citizenship
training for girls of high school
age, by affording them the op-
portunity to live together as self-
governing citizens; to inform
them about the duties, privileges,
rights and responsibilities of U.S.
citizenship; to help them under-
stand and participate In the
functioning of their govemme.n
and to help them grasp the
meaning of some of the respon-
sibilities they must assume when
they become adults.
Mrs. Lois Magner, Director of
the 1950 session of Caribbean
Girls' State, Is acting Director for
the 1951 session. Other members
of the Board are: Mrs. Lydia Na -
deau, Department President of
the American Legion Auxiliary;
Mrs. Dorothy Corbett, Depart-
ment Secretary; Mrs. Betty
Crawford; Mrs. Patsy Ryan; Mrs
Homer McCarty; Mrs. Clara You-
art. The Unit Chairman who aie
assisting with the plans are: Mrs
Ella Wertz. Mrs. Louise Griffon,
Mrs. Cleo Barr, Mrs. Beryl Chase,
Mrs. Helen Luker.
There 13 to be no expense to the
girls who are accepted for clii-
zensiilp training at Caribbeaa
Girls State. The project Is fin-
anced by the American Legio.
Auxiliary. Department of Pana-
ma, with the support of the Ame-
rican Legion and other civic a^d
patriotic groups, and by individ-
ual contributions.
ed as one of the finest fighting even in brigade headquarters,
units In Korea. I Comfortable sleeping bags were
Throughout Korea their wool- I banned for forward companies,
en stocking caDs. their United'"
States pile Jackets, ragged bat-
tledress trousers and cracked,
battleworn boots are as well
known to United Nations trooos
as the glittering scarlet and gold
of the Life Guards is to a crowd
of Londoners.
When they first arrived it was
thought their shortage of eqr.io-
ment, especially transport, would
make them more of a liability
than an asset to a United Nations
force that depended mainly on
fast-moving armored columns to
punch gaps in the line and ex-
ploit Communist weaknesses.
The Cinderella Brigade as they
Dawn and dusk alerts were
riglaly adhered to.
Under Lt. Gen. M. B. Rldway
all these precautions became
standard practice throughout
the United Nations army.
Night attacks by the Chinese
Communists have noticeably de-
creased.
And an army that started out
on wheels has taken to the hills
with its equipment on Its back.
Visitors to 27th Brigade head-
quarters are often surprised at
the smallness of the staff there.
A British major once described
lt as "two officers, a map and a
candle."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAttI NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11. 1951
JR. COLLEGE-CRISTOBAL HIGH, NAVY-ALL STARS CLASH TONIGHT
Just how to seat Mr. Trygve Lie at the wore garish diplo-
matic free loads so the distinguished third-base coach of toe
1'nited Nations will not lose face is patently a question of grave
concern. Of even rater concern is the question of Brooklyn
Oft their pitching prospects the Bums do not rate as potent- |
M pennant winners. Even If Palica should get a reprieve from
Mr Whiskers--which does not figurethe situation would re-
main uninviting. Obviously, then, if they are to succeed where
they missed so narrowly last fall, they must do It with something
What do you suggest, my good man? Hitting. Pack the bat-
ting order with the heaviest bats available and go after the big
inning. A good pitcher doesn't need many runs, a poor one does.
li is elemental the more runs a pitcher gets the less exhausting
his asignment becomes. In '48, for example. Pretty Boy Kramer
won 18 lor the Red Sox. Know what his earned-run average
was? 4.35.
There are several pitchers, not counting Newcombe and Roe,
who are capable of winning from 10 to 15 if the Bums get them
runs. How many games do you think Hatten. say. would win if
tne Bums could guarantee him a minimum of six or seven runsj
You could get an Interesting price he'd do as well as Kramer did
that year with the Bostons.
The Bums would be playing It the logical way if they put the
primary accent on attack. They are the best hitting club in their
league and they play In a home-run park. Indeed. Ebbets Field
is the modern-day Baker Field, an abandoned home-run lactory.
for years a Philadelphia land mark. Frank O'Doul loved It. So
did Chuck Klein.

CANT DO IT ON POWER ALONE
Naturaly. a manager always wants to get as much violence
in his attack as he can. but is not disposed to give too much
away in the field for a big bat. There are two spots where
Charley Dressen would have to decide between defense and dyna-
mite, namelv. third base and left field. Rocky Bridges with two
hits, was a "winning foree at third against the Phillies the other
day. Tom Brown will outhlt any left fielder Dressen has tried so
far, and, given time, will probably field well enough.
'" I'm not arguing the Bums can win on hitting alone. When
that's done it will be a good trick and a first-time trick. For that
matter no club ever went all the way solely on pitching, either.
Balance is the ideal answer, but few clubs ever have it. The point
here is that hitting Is the Bums' strength, so why not deal
from It? ,, ...
True. It Is posible to point to remarkable power teams which
failed. The Giants of '47 come to mind immediately. They led In
'-practically every offensive category. Their season's total of 221
' home runs passed the Yankees' best by 39. was. and still is. an in-
credible record. Yet, the Giants were out of contention by mid-
season, and were to finish fourth, 13 games back. They had no-
thing to go with their hitting.
I For the past several years the Red Sox have been the power
in the American League. They manage to make it close but they
can't win. Last season they excelled the Yankees in runs scored,
runs batted in. total bases and even home runsand settled for
third place. The gap between the pitching and the hitting was too
wide. The pitchers earned-run average was 4 88. Thus, the Red
Sox hitters had to figure on getting at least five runs to win any
given game. That's quite a handicap.
ROBINSON MUST RUN THE BASES
The Bums have greater speed- than the Giants of '47, much
greater, and they have more balance and flexibility than the re-
cent Red Sox juggernauts. They would not be a power team In
the sense that they could win only one way. While they would
stress the long ball and the big Inning they could win with the
bunt, the hit and run and the steal if that's the way the cards
happened to fall. They are so equipped.
Duke Snider and Gil Hodges have the power to turn a game
upside down without notion, but even so Jackie Robinson looms
ai the key man in any strategy designed to bring pitching and
hitting closer together. He's the one player on the teamin the
league, in factwho Is just as dangerous on base as at bat. Last
year he wasn't in shape. He didn't run. And it's not too severe
a criticism to say he cost the Bums the pennant.
This spring Robinson's streamlined and in the Florida games
I saw him he was fencing with the pitchers, drawing leads and
bringing Into play the tactics which made him such an upset-
ting influence and such a vital factor in Brooklyn's '47 and '49
flag wins. If Robinson elects to play all-out baseballwhich, by
his own confessions, he didn't last yearhe will help the Bums'
pitching simply by driving the enemy pitchers crazy with his
frenzied fakes and exasperating calisthenics on the lines. He
stole only 12 bases last season against 37 the year before. No
telling how many clase ones went the wrong way because he had
turned conservative. If It was only two that was enough.
School Track And Field Meet
Set For Saturday At Balboa
Second Round Pairings Listed
For Nat. Distillers Best-Ball
Elementary School Track and
Field Meet April 14th 1:30 a.m. at
Balboa Stadium.
All the schools are very busy
practicing for the events which
are as follows:
BOYS EVENT8
49 yd. Dash
75 d. Dash
4 x 50 yds. Relay
Baseball Throw for Distan-
1.
X.
3.
4.
5.
*.
7.
ce
Running High Jump
Standing Broad Jump
Football Throw for Distan -
'girls EVENTS
40 yd. Dash
50 vd. Dash
4 X 25 yd. Shuttle Relay
Softball Throw for Distan-
ce.
Running Jump
Standing Broad Jump
Standing Hop, Step and
Jump
Each school is allowed one en-
try in each event, and each en-
try is limited to one event and
relay.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
t.
7.
Little League
Standings
Sears
Saint Marys
Curundu
Dlablo-Hillman
Fire Dept.
Police Dept.
I..CIHC SIDE
Won L 7 2 777
3
668
686
444
222
222
Here are the pairings for second
round of National Distillers Best
Ball Championship. Her Mitten-
Matt Shannon are now heavily
favored to win the title after
their sensational play in elimi-
nating Johnny MacMurray-Jai-
me de la Guardia.
This Sunday finds George Ri-
ley-Press Trim. Jr. providing
the competition for Mitten-
Shannon. While anything can
happen in a golf match. Rlley-
Trlm are not conceded too. much
chance of victory. Probably the
top Match of the day will be
that between Mike Kullkowskl-
Charlle Wood and Bob Spain-
Doc Gerrans. This is a strictly a
toss-up from both a golfing and
a conversational standpoint.
HIPDROMO NACIONAL
JUAN FRANCO
NOTICE
On Sunday April 29th, 1951, we will celebrate the
running of the "PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC
CLASSIC" in honor of His Excellency Dr. Arnulfo Ariae
M., President of the Republic and Mrs. Arias.
The Clubhouse of the track will on this day be
exclusively reserved for guests who will be admitted
only on presentation of special invitations.
Clubhouse customers are requested to apply to
the Management for invitation cards to this formal
event.
THE MANAGER
YESTERDAYS 8CORES
Sears 7 Saint Marys 1
Diablo 5 Police 3
Curundu 5 Fire 2
SEARS REGAIN LEAD
In a well played game the
mall order boys from Sears broke
the deadlock for the top posi-
tion in the league by gaining a
thrilling decision from the
Saints.
Outhlt by the Saints, the Sears
outfit took advantage of every.
break and scored a 7 to 1
triumph. Ronnie Mead was tight
In the pinches and the sizzling
Infield support he received, ena-
bled him to gain revenge for
the previous defeat he tasted at
the hands of the churchmen.
In the first inning it looked
like curtains for diminutive Ron-
nie, he issued a free ticket to the
stellar second baseman of the
Saints. McKeown. followed by a
booming double by Jlmmie Love-
lady. With men on second and
third and no outs. Ronnie forced
Hatchett to pop up to Mohler at
first. Heavy Hitting Crowder
went down on strikes and Klrk-
land grounded out short to first.
All in all, the Saints had men
stranded every inning but the
Bears infield always came throu-
gh with a play to prevent
scoring except in the third when
another double by Lovelady
coupled with a single by Crowder
produced one run, Bruhn. the
mail order short stop handled 12
chances without a miscue.
Sears scored two runs with-
out a safety. Hotz gained third
when the usual dependable
Saints infield started throwing
the ball around. Harsted was safe
on a fielders choice, and even-
tually both scored on an error
and another fielders choice.
In the fourth. Sears with onle
one hit scored four runs on two
walks issued by Bobby Lopez,
coupled with pass balls and er-
rors. The last run came as a
result of a single by Wensklosky.
stolen base, pass ball and scored
on a sacrifice fly to deep left
field. Durfee had two out of the
three hits for Sears and Lovelady
and Crowder had two hits a
piece.
SEARS 7 3 1
SAINTS 1 7 4
Winning pitcher: Mead, Loser
Lopez.
CURUNDU TIE FOR
SECOND PLACE
Mathematically still In the
race, the Curundu Councilmen
sent Bobby Best to the hill and
he turned back the Smokies of
the Fire Department in a close
game 82. Eddie Kirchmelr. on
of the best pitchers in the league-
tried to stop the Councilmen, but
to no avail. The Councilmen will
be rooting for the Smokies, their
todays victim to upset Sears next
Saturday, thus force a play off
for the first half.
CURUNDU 8 9 1
FIRE 2 4 2
Winner Best, Loser Kirchmelr
DIABLO -HULMN
DOWN POLICE
The combination of Salas and
Bateman played havoc with the
Coppers. Salas had fourteen
strike outs and was In control of
the game at all times. His team-
! mates got to the op pos in? hurl-
en little Dickie Duran for seven
hits and five runs. Desute the
fact Pedro Salas sent fourteen
Coppers down va the strike out
route, the gendarmes still ma-
naged to comb Pedro for six hits
and three runs. The loss for the
Po'lce still keens them In tie
with the Smokies for the base-
ment position in league stand-
ings.
DIABLO-HILLMAN 5 7 1
POLICE 3 6 2
; Winner Salas. Loser Duran.
| Saturday will be the end of the
, first half providing Sears beat
i the Smokies. But should the
Smokies knock off Setrs. and if
' th<> Saints beat Police and Cu-
rundu comes out on top versus
the Automen of Fillman, it could
result in a triple tie. .
Grace Dehlinger
Medalist In Davis
Handicap Tourney
In the Qualifying Round of the
Panama Women's Golf Associa-
tion Annual Handicap Cham-
pionship which was held at Ft.
Davis, Mrs. Grace Dehlinger fired
a snappy 84 to walk away with
Medalist honors (Low Net of 70).
Twenty women entered the
tournament, so there will be a
Championship Flight and a First
Flight. The first defeated eight
In the Championship Flight will
make up the Consolation Flight.
All matches of the first found
must be played by sundown of
Saturday, April 14. The matches
are follows:
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
G. Dehlinger M. Mandeville
M. Taylor 8. Hlpson
V. Keenan 8. Carpenter
P. Trim E. Grant
E. Kenna P. Marsh
R. Anerdon- A. Anderson
M. Cantrell T. Godwin
B. Tyrell Louise Reynolds
FIRST FLIGHT
M. Davidson T. Ely
K. Mathleson- D. LaCrolx
All matches for the 2d round
of the 1951 National Distillers
rst Ball have been scheduled for;
Sunday, April 16th, to avoid con- ;
flict with the annual Elks Tour-
nament being played on Satur-
day. In event the scheduled tee- I
off times cannot be met, arran-
gements may be made oetween
opponents.
In addition to the regular prize
I for a birdie on No. 4. there will
I be a spot priae' awarded for every
i birdie carded on No. 9 during
the 2d round play.
CHAMPIONSHIP
FLIGHT
Mitten-Shannon vs Geo Rlley-
Trlm, Jr. 9:30.
Graham-Smith vs Lewter-Moran
9:10. /
Medinger Cbrsale vs Thompson -
Hochstedler, 9:20.
Spain-Gerrans vs Kullkowskl-
Wood, 9:40.
FIRST FLIGHT
DeLuca-Hollis vs C de la Guar-
dla-O. de la Guardia. 9:00.
; Nussbaum-Forrest vs Blshop-
Wlchman. 8:50.
| Krnest ito St Joaquin de la Guar-
dia vs Humbert-Juan de la
Guardia or Kriske-McKinney
8:40.
Mahone-Harley vs Robinson-Le
Brun 8:30.
SECOND FLIGHT
I Collina-Getman vs Gove-Vye 9:50
1 Hammond-Hlnkle vs Arnold-
Berry, 10:00.
Daniels-Sears vs Rodrlguez-
Heurtematte. 10:20.
! Youngblood-Boettcher vs Jones
Lawler, 10:10.
Record Attendance
On Hand As Harlem
Globe Trotters Win
PASADENA, Calif.. April
11. (UP).- The Harlem Globe
trotters and the College
All-Stars played before the
largest crowd ever to see a
basketball game last night
with the Trotters winning 55
to 38.
Some 31.684 fans entered
the Rose Bowl to watch the
first basketball game ever
plaved in the famed arena.
This broke the 24.600 atten-
dance record set in Buenos
Aires during the recently
held first Pan-American
Games.
Coach Gergenl
To Remain At
Gamboa School
It has been announced in
Gamboa that Coach 8teve Ger-
8enl will remain in Gamboa ra-
ier than accept a position
offered him on the Physical Edu-
cation staff at Balboa High
School. Coach Gergenl expressed
himself as being very happy Jn
the community of Gamboa and
was very complimentary toward
the people In Gamboa for the
cooperation given him during his
tenure there.
Coacb Gergenl caome to the
Canal Zone from Atchlson. Kan-
sas where he was Director of
Health and Phvslcal Education
and Assistant Football Coach at
St. Benedict's College for four
years.
Prior to his college position, he
served as Athletic Officer In the
U. S. Navy and was Head Foot-
ball and Basketball Coach at St.
Peter's High School in the state
captol of Missouri.
As for his educational back-
ground. Gergenl received his
Masters Degree from the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma In Physical
Education and has only one
summer's work on this Thesis for
a Doctorate Degree in Health and
Physical Education from the
same Institution in Norman,
Oklahoma.
Mrs. Charlock Wins
Amador Handicap
Golf Championship
Mrs. Janelle Chartock played
a steady brand of golf through
five weeks of match play to be-
come the new Women's Handicap
Champion at Fort Amador Golf
Club.
Mrs. Tardle Armstrong was the
runner-up. Prizes were awarded
at a luncheon Thursday to the
winner and runner-up in each
of six flights.
Mrs. Tardle Armstrong was the
runner-up. Prizes were awarded
at a luncheon Thursday to the
winner and runner-up in each
of six flights.
ChampionJanelle Chartock.
Runner-upTardle Armstrong.
Championship Consolation
Sue Johnston.
Championship Consolat i o n
Runner-up Eileen Le Luca.
First Flight Winner Jacquie
Horn.
First Flight Runner-up
Grace Dehlinger.
First Flight Consolation.
Emmy Meador.
First Flight Consolation Run-
ner-up Jane Simpson.
Nine Hole Flight Winner
Helen Howell.
Nine Hole Flight Runner-up
Lil Davidson.
Nine Hole Flight Consolation-
Virginia Flnley.
Medalist Sue Johnston.
Approaching and Putting
Vie Ossenfort.
Hole-in-One Tardle Arm-
strong.
The prizes for the Feb. 1-
March 28 Ringer 8cores went
to
First 18 Hole Flight-
Gross Vie Osselfort 84.
First Net Janelle Chartack
67-23-44
Second Net Emmy Meador
73-28-45.
Third Net Ethel Perantie
73-26-47.
Second 18 Hole Flight-
Gross Bea Lawler 68.
First Net Jo Donley 72-33-
39.
Second Net Eileen De Luca
75-35-40.
Third Net Betty Brickie
77-36-41.
Nine Hole Flight-
Gross Lil Davidson 40.
Net- Sheila Shreck 40-22-18.
Eileen De Luce won a prize
for lowering her handicap 22.8Ci
from Feb. 1 to April 1.
Winners In Thursday's "Three
Clubs and a Putter" event were
Gross for the field-
Grace Dehlinger 85.
First 18 Hole Flight Net H
Ethel Perantie 97-21-76.
Vie Osselfort 88-10-7.
Second 18 Hole Flight Net
W. Walters 110-36-74.
B. Tyrrell 102-25-77.
Nine Hole Flight-
Ruth Leland 55-19-36.
Next week's play will be a
Scotch Foursome with one half
sum of the two handicaps al-
lowed. Choose yourself a partner
and come on out.
Semi-Finals Listed At Balboa Gym
In First Invitational Hoop Tourney
The 15th Naval District quintet will tangle with the Cristo-
bal All Stars and the Junior College will run up against Cristo,
bal High School tonight in the semi-finals ef the first annual
Canal Zone Invitational basketball tournament at the Balboa
rvmnsslurn.
A good-sised crowd saw the opening elimnlations last nigh
and a capacity turnout is expected tonight. First game will get
ander way at 7 p.m.
Toughest loss to take last night was that by the scrappy
Balboa High School which went down 43-42 before the Cristobal
All Stars after a real thriller.
The Naw completely silenced the batteries ef the 85th AAA
as they romped to a 52-24 victory and Cristobal High had a
similarly easy time ef it with the Balboa Athletic Club, coming
out on top 37-21. .
In the final contest er the evening the tournament hosts,
J.mior College, knocked off the Marines 48-30.
Box scores:
Some Vci(f~
we'd like you to
read the label
Floral Backdrop
Louisville, (NBA) Some 45.-
000 plants, now in greenhouses,
will be transferred to the turf at
Churchill Downs on Kentucky
Derby Day. May 5.
Balboa High School > ^
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you have, for it can be found wher-
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because it still expresses the ideal
by which the same Brown family
produces Old Forester today.
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CLIP 1HO and post it n some prominent place in your house.
As a public service The Panam American reproduces the above poster, explaining in detail the
siren signals to be used for air raid alert and the "all clear," which is being prominently placed on all
bulletin boards in the Canal Zone. All persons have been urged to study the instructions carefully and to
follow them in case of an alert. .,,, i u ... u. ft.lb*
M E Walker, Civil Defense Advisor, has requested that individuals refrain from calling the Police
and Fire stations for information when the sirens sound. "If the public could only realize the terrific bur-
den placed upon these agencies by these numerous calls and could further realize how much these tele-
phone calls would interfere with necessary rescue and relief work ^during a disaster, I am certain that
their better judgement would prevail," he stated._______________________
Slh's New General
Led 4th Infantry
Ashore At 'Utah'
Lt. Gen. Jumes Alward Van
Fleet, 5, who replaces Lt. Gen.
Matthew Rldgway In command
of the 8th Army, goes to Korea
from command of the U.S. 2nd
Army, local Army sources said
today.
A graduate of West Point, he
served In Europe during World
War II. On D-Day for the trans-
channel Invasion, he was a re-
gimental commander with the
4th Infantry Division which
went ashore at Utah beach.
Soon thereafter he was as-
signed as assistant division com-
mander of the 2nd Division and
promoted to brigadier general.
Later, as a major general, he
commanded the 90th Infantry
Division.
Van Fleet fought under the late
Gen. George Patton throughout
the European war, In which his
last command was the 3rd
Corps of Patton's 3rd Army.
After the end of the Euro-
pean war, he headed the Joint
Military Aid Oroup In Greece
from which he returned to head
the 2nd Army, with headquar-
ters at Fort George O. Meade.
Maryland.
Truman Proclaims
Armed Forces Day
President Truman has pro-
claimed Saturday, May 19th, as
Armed Forces Day and has call-
ed on citizens to observe the oc-
casion with appropriate ceremo-
nies to honor the members of
the United States Armed Forces.
The Proclamation concerning
the national observance, signed
by the President April 2d, re-
auested citizens to display the
United States flag on Armed For-
ces Day and "by fitting exercises
demonstrate their recognition of
the gallantry, sacrifice, and de-
votion to duty of the men and
women of the armed forces.
Pantanal Traffic
Continues Heavy
Although Canal traffic was
heavy during the last part of
March, the average of. 15.29 daily
transits by commercial vessels
of 300 net tons or more for the
entire month fell below the daily
average of 13.86 transits esta-
blished furlng the month of Feb-
ruary, according to monthly traf-
fic statistics from the Manage-
ment Division.
Substantial traffic gains dur-
ing the past month on routes be-
tween the east coast of the Unit-
ed States and Asia were offset
by losses In the Europe-Austra-
lasia trade ajid on other lees
traveled trade routes through
the Canal.
The number of transits by
commercial vessels last month
totaled 474, as compared with 444
during February and 452 in Jan-
uary. There were 522 transits by
commercial vessels in March 1950
and 447 during the same month
the previous year.
Tolls last month amounted to
$1.942,915.46 as compared with
$2,326,837.14 In March 1950 and
$1,958,738.20 In March 1949.
Skeleton Identity
Still UnestoWished
The Identity of a skeleton
founa at uocie dei Noiie i. --
i oy a party of rubber hunters re-
mained uncbiai-ai>utu i<-^.. .
had Deen tnougni possiDle mat
| the body mlghi have been uuu
of one of three Air Corps men
who disappeared in this area
ana whose oodles have never
[been lound.
One of the three was Lt.
George McClung wnose pare..m
conducted a private and un-
successiul search lrr 1946, a year
I after he disappeared on a rou-
tine patrol night.
The Army this morning re-
ported receipt of word from
Washington that all available
dental data had been checked
against records ot three men
I known missing.
"No favorable association has
'been made," the Army report
stated.
The Quartermaster Section of
the Army, however, will con-
tinue its Investigation In an ef-
fort to establish positive ident-
ity.
There are now 65 positions
open in the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization to which eligible,
qualified personnel may transfer,
according to the latest Issue of
the transfer vacancy bulletin
from the Personnel Bureau.
The classified and related
group Includes several clerk-
stenographer and clerk-typist
jobs. Other positions In this
group are: naval architect, ac-
counting-clerk, draftsman, civil
engineer, fireman, optical tech-
nician, pilot-in-traintng, police-
man and signalman.
In the Craft group are ten po-
sitions for qualified machinist
lock operators and 12 for lock
operators, wlremen, qualified and
unqualified. Other craft positions
Include blacksmith, boilermaker,
cablesplicer, chief towboat engi-
neer, aids to navigation foreman,
stevedore foreman, telephone
installer, towboat master, radio
mechanic, lock operator, cable
splicer, unqualified, power plants
witch board operator, rigger,
sheetmetal worker and wlreman.
65 Positions Open Five New Duplexes Nearing Completion 4th Tax Aid Bill
Sent To Congress
By Rep. Murphy
Five new duplexes which are
being constructed on Haines St.
in Diablo Heights by Building
Division forces are nearing com-
pletion and probably will be
turned over to the Housing Di-
vision for assignment starting
some time after the first of May,
it was announced today at Bal-
boa Height*.
It is expected that the new
houses will be finished at a rate
of aboih one a week after that
time with all the apartments
scheduled for completion about
the llrst of June.
Two other duplexes being
built by the Building Division
on Guayacan Terrace in Ancon
probably will be finished about
the end of July, or later, de-
pending largely on the receipt
of hardware and other material
for which no delivery dates
have been set.
Another group of houses to be
built this year by the Building
Division In the Canals long-
range housing program was
started recently In a new hous-
ing area south of Schoolhouse
Road In Gatun. The completion
of these buildings, which con-
tain eight apartments, may also
be dependent upon delivery of
hardware items which may
prove to be difficult to obtain.
The new houses In Diablo
Heights include three buildings
containing two-bedroom apart-
ments and two, with three bed-
i rooms In each apartment. They
are the same type of const rue-
Itlon as the houses In San Juan
I Place. Ancon.
World Club To Meet
At Y. M. C. A. Friday
Cecil Smith will lead a discus-
sion on world government at the
meeting of the World Club in the
Balboa Y.W.C.A. this Fricay
night. Mr. Smith Is the corres-
ponding secretary of the club.
The meeting starts at 7:15 p.m.
A fourth bill concerning re-
1 troactlve tax for federal employes
In the Canal Zone was introduc-
ed Monday afternoon into the
House of Representatives, ac-
cording to word received from
the Panama Canals Washington
orficer.
The radio from Washington
said that the bill. HR 3604, would
eliminate retroactive application
of the tax for employes of the
United States working In the pos-
sessions or the Canal Zone. It
was Introduced by Rep. James J.
Murphy. N. Y. Dem., and referred
to the Ways and Means Commit-
tee.
Other bills before Congress are
those sponsored by San. Edwin
C. Johnson, Dem. Colorado, and
Rep. George Miller. De. Cal.,
both of which would revoke the
retroactive clause. The fourth
bill, making Income tax effective
last Oct. 1 was Introduced by
Rep. J. W. Byrnes, Rep. Wise.
Sabre Jet Crash
Kills Veteran
Pilot In Florida
EOLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla.,
11 (UP). A veteran pilot with
105 combat missions during
.World War II was killed today
when his F-86 Sabre Jet fighter
crashed near here.
The victim was Capt. Joe R.
Young, 29. of Valpariso, Fla. He
was assistant group operations
officer of the 3200th Proof Test
Wing. He was a fighter pilot In
the European theater during the
war.
Base officers said the crash
occurred about 9 a.m. near a
field gunnery range at the end
of a demonstration of fighter
plane tactics.
Survivors Include his widow
and three children and hla,
mother, Mrs. Jennie F. Young
of Moreland, Ga.
All Who Will Aid
Summer Program
Asked To Meeting
Those who are Interested In
the recreation progYam to be
held this summer in Balboa are
urged to attend a meeting to
be held at 7:30 tonight at the
Balboa Gymnasium.
Anyone who is willing to help
In any way with the summer
program is especially asked to
attend the meeting. No special
skills are needed for volunteer
workers, It was pointed out,
since they will receive training
by qualified instructors before
they actually assume their du-
ties in the recreation program.
Residents of Fort Amador,
Quarry Heights and the 15th
Naval District are Invited to
attend the Balboa meeting as
well as persons from Curundu
and Albrook Field.
'Parakeet1 Staffs;
Chest Aid Earns -
Community Award
An award for outstanding
service to the Community Chest
during the recent campaign was
presented this afternoon to
members of the Balboa High
School "Parakeet" staff, who
handled publicity for the cam-
paign.
The presentation was made
by Emmet Zemer, chalrjnan of
the Chest campaign. It had
been delayed by the polio ban
on gatherings for students and
by the later Illness of Miss Mary
Grlgham, Parakeet faculty ad-
visor.
Civil Affairs Director Richard-
son Selee, Schools Superintend-
ent Lawrence Johnson and High
School Principal T. F. Hotz were
invited to attend the presenta-
tion at 1:30 p.m. In the High
School Library.
Parakeet editor Louise Glud
presented Miss Grlgham with
an armful of flowers, on behalf
of the Chest's Executive Com-
mittee.
In making the award, Zemer
said that the articles and
sketches done by the Parakeet
staff outlining the various acti-
vities and needs of the partici-
pating agencies had been of
great assistance In successful
achievement of the Chest's goal.
Gamboa Credit Union
Will Check Passbook!
A request that members turn
In their passbooks at once for
the quarterly check of tht
Gamboa F-deral Credit Union
has been made by the treasurer
of the Union's Supervisory
Committee.
A copy of the notlm was re-
ceived by The Panam America*
today. All passbooks are to be
turned In to the Gamboa office
not later than April 15.
They'll notice your floors
-are they dull and shabby9
JOHNSONS
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wood floors clean and shining for months. The hard,
gleaming wax finish protects from dirt, water and scuff-
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Now! Dry clean year floors! Marvelous
Johnson's Liquid Wax cleans and pol-
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ingredient removes all the dirt. And the
shine lasts and lasts!
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WELCOME
It will be a gala day in your hopping career because great and pleasant
surprises await you! Come in and we'll show you what we mean by a new
and different store . we'll show it to you in the smartness and quality
concept of the merchandise at surprisingly reasonable prices. We'll show
you selections in great variety. We'll show you ease in shopping ... in
the convsnient Tivoli Avenue Shopping Center.
French Crystal French Dinnerware Venetian Crystal
French Perfume Italian Figurine English Figurines
Columbia Records Dog Bar Sewing Notions Elna
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Complete line of GIFTS. . NOVELTIES
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29 Ave. Central
Tel. 3-0140
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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvali /lit
Phone 2-22SI
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Porque de I.euepo
Ponomo
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of Jolj -4vo.
Phono 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
1* 5 Meleadei Air
Phaao H5 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No SI Wool 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" Street Panam
No 12.17 Central Ave. Colea
SLIPCOVERS
\ it- .i.t-m-i.- ioi ii. iiit,HMnii
set*. Couches & Cushion*
in me figure your material
needs Free fMimalo*
4I.BFRTO HFRFS Pun 3-4IB 1
K 11 m. In I p.m
FOR SALE
Household
RESORTS
FOR SALE:Bargain! Leaving for
States, washing mochine, Philco
refrigerator, stove, bedroom suite,
livingroom, all in excellent condi-
tion, like new. call morning. Ave.
Nocional No. 30. Apt. 2.
| Phillips. Beach cottoges, Santa Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium urea store
on new concrete road
Light Traffic Easy Parkin*.
Enrlish speahine clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPJDURA
THE BEST FOR I.FSS
FOR SALE:5 piece mahogany bed-
room set. New Simmons beauty rest
mattiess. excellent condition. Must
sell, leaving. Phone 443-J, Coln.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. Westinghouse
relrigerotor. Good condition. $90.
628-C DeLesseps Area.
!FOR SALE:Belgium rugs, one 9x12
$25.00. one 9x9 $15.00. Perfect
condition. Phone 2-3631.
IFOR SALE:25 cycle Westinghouse
refrigerator, seven cubic feet, ex-
cellent condition, complete $150.
Call 85-2134 between 7:30 o.m.
and 4 p.m.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
* #20 Tlvoli Ave Apt 1
Tel. 2-3381
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to B p.m
FOR SALE: 6 piece mahogony
livmgrcom set. Reosonoble price.
Ancon 406-A, C. Z.
FOR SALE:7 foot Westinghouse
refrigerator, 2 yeors guarantee oi
unit; 25 cycle all porcelain $100,
floor lamp $5; 2 green Venetian
bunds for bedroom of 12 family,
Apt 56 in; X-591'2 in. long $10
each; I creom blind 50 Vz In. X-
58 iV $8; I green blind 55"x44"
leng $7; I green blind 57 '.j"x44"
long $7; Large wood work bench
$10; steel work bech with drawers
$15; Large double size stoel
locker $10; 25 cycle motors $10 to
S20. Must be sold by April I U
House 721-A, Cocoli. Tel. 2-1024.
LECA CAMERAS
Model nil Synchronised
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES
Direct C.Z Shipments
Al Factor* Prices.
Porras
Plaza 5 de Mavo
Panama. R. P.
FOR SALE: Bargain! Diningroom
set, mahogany Cowes, refrigerator
9 cubic feet Westinghouse, 25
cycle. Venetian blinds, lamps, rugs,
baby furniture and crib, tables,
etc. House 561 I -D Diablo Hts.
iin&BtR
BUILDING
.JiVI
ACACIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa Near Juan Franc
lei 3-1503
FOR SALE:3 bomboo chairs with
toble $70; 2 mople choirs $30;
Divan $35; Baby crib with mat-
tress, combination chest of draw-
ers and wordrobe, high choir, play
pen $60. House 557-B Curundu
He.ghts. Tel PAD 2107.
FOR SALE:25 cycle, 9 ft. Westing-
homn^lriagor porcglain inside
onaV'i*ST>85.00; Washing machine
25, e'vele $25.00; or both $100.00,
Aquarium 24x12 filter, light, as-
sorted fish $25.00. 1488-B Dohr-
man -St., Balboa.
FOR SALE:Easy Spindner wosher,
excellent condition, 25 cycle $140;
Bridge lamps $3; 2 p.n up lamps
$3, Nite stand $2.50, 2 large
porch boxes with plants $10;
Green porch blind like new $7;
Refrigerator $7 5. 25-60 cycle ra-
dio $25. Carr St. 1401 -C Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Twm beds, complete,
ironing board, ejectric iron, luggage
corner tor top of cor, vanity
dres-er, household orticles, cheap
prices. 862 Morgn Ave. Tel.
2-2757.
Ill I synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CAMERA STORE
LobbyEl Panama Hotel
Phone 3-0199
FOR SALE:Leaving, RCA. Radio.
Frigidaire refrigerator, livingroom
suite, lorge gas stove, chinawore.
etc., portable (.-aint sprayer, Sim-
mons mottresses ond springs, all
excellent condition. No. 10, 9th
Street San Francisco, ofter 5 p.m.
;FOR SALE:Westinghouse all porce-
lain 9 ft. refrigerator, one year
guarantee $200.00; Mahogony
desk $25.00; 25 cycle phonogroph
attachment with 25 children's rec-
ord $20 00; Louvers for duprex
$50.00. Gotun 196-A. 5-41 I.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot ma-
chine. Magic Chef gas stove, baby
crib, stroller, play pen. Phone 916,
Coln.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Co net Zone
UNI IEU 31 A Its OlSTRiXI CUUK I
FOR THE DISTRPCT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Balboa
KNRIQI'K MaeMlLLAN,
l.ibelant
T.
II S OALANTF." her engines.
L .ii a. . lai'klr, ei< ..
I n de n I
IN ADMIRALTY
No
CITATION
WHEREA5-. on thr Z2ltd day of March.
1951. Woodrnw de Cat*tr<\ Proctor for
Libelani, Enrique MarMillan. filed Rem
libel in the |)i-tri.t CouVt of the United
Stales for the DfMriet of the Canal
Zone arninat the M. S. "Galante.* her
enginei, boiler*, tackle, etc., in a cauie
of Contract, Civil and Maritime.
AND WHERKAS, by virtue of procep*
In due form of law. to me dirert**H. re-
turnable on the 13th day of April,
1 bev aeited and taken the aaid M. S.
fialante' and have her in inv custody.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a
PiMri ? < ourt will he held in the United
State Court Room, in the City of An-
cn, Canal Z"ne. on the ] :tth day of
April. 1*51, for the trial of aaic? pre-
mitea, and the own-r or owner*, and
II pernoni who may have or claim any
interest, i #c hereby cited to b and
npertr at the time and place afo*r*said.
to ahow cause. If any they have, why
* final decree rmuM not i*s as prayed
John E. Hushing
I'nited States Marshal
'FOR SALE--Bridge sets from $10.00
to $15.00; Chromium choirs $5.00;
Station wcgon for kids $7.50. Eng-
lish Furniture Store, 7th. St. Bo-
l.vor No. 6075. Phone 334.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:In Bella Visto, beauti-
fully furnished rooms with all con-
veniences. Ave. Mexico 69 near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT:Comfortoble furnished
room, best surroundings. All con-
veniences. Bello Vista No. 13
43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished lorge room
for two persons, very cool, Bella
Visto, privte entrance, bath. $45.
Tel. 3-1648.
HAMMERS AND LOCKS
State College, Pa. (NEA>
Pennsylvania State has been un-
defeated in wrestling 11 times In
43 years.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
FOR HINT.House ON BjriACH of
Sonta Clara. Also furnished house
at Carro Campana. Phone Shrapnel
Bolbco 2820 or see Caretaker.
Casino Sonta Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RISER VA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming at "Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Gromlich's Sonto Clara beach,
cottoges, furnished, electric, re-
frigerotion, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams' Sonta Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, toi further details call
Mndez 6 ?ubieta Phone 2-3035.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS tor rent
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No.
8061. 10th Street, New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
sitting-diningroom furnished $65.
All screened. Entronce of San Fron-
cisco. Informotion Phone 3-0234.
FOR RENT:For 2 or 3 months from
Moy 15th furnished apartment,
2 bedrooms. Bella Vista. No. 7,
51st Street. Phone 3-0881.
FOR RENT: Apartments, one large
one small bedrooms, also single
rooms with both. Apply 44th St.,
House 9,'Apt. 2. 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-
ment, diningroom, kitchen, ser-
vices; all well furnished. Abso-
lutely independent. Parking driva
way. $60.00 monthly. Look for
chalet ot 121 Poitilla road.
FOR RENT:Apartment in 13th St.
Via Porras, San Froncisco. House
No. 16. Phone 3-2516.
rOR RENT':Attractive one bedroom
apartment in Riviera Building. 46th
Street and Avenida Justo Arose-
mena. Apply to Janitor at pre-
mises.
FOR RENT:One bedroom apart-
ment located near Canal Zone.
Rant $55.00. Tal. Panora 2-0027
or 3-0763.
rOR RENT*In Vista del Mar, small
aportment. Cool, quiet and nice
view. Phone 3-0276.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE 1948 Pontioc Converti-
ble, hydramatic 8 W/W tires, ra-
dio, heater, new top, excellent con-
dition. Call 2-2768. House 1513-D
Bolboo.
FOR SALE:'49 lluick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
FOR SALE1950 Chevrolet DeLuxe
Sedan. Undercoat, vents, new muf-
fler, tailpipe, battery. 353-B New
Cristobal. $1,550.00.
FOR SALE:Codilloc 1949 Groy. 4-
door Sedon 62 with 27.000 miles,
hydromatic, radio, white side wall
tires, seat covers. Price $2.900.
Plaza 5 de Mayo No. 163, Pana-
ma.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile 8
hydramatic, four door Sedon. ex-
cellent condition. Tel. 2-1302.
Hou 1462-C Holden St., Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Super-Six. 4-door Hud--
son Sedon 1946, leather uphol-
stery, excellent condition, 5 brand
new tires. 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. House
1580-A Cacao St., Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Super Con-
vertible, excellent condition. 8500
miles, fully equipped. 1426-A Corr
Street. Tel. 2-3583.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth DeLuxe
Coupe, condition like a new cor.
Color black. Price $1,100.00. Apt.
25-A Coco Slito, C. Z.________
FOR SALE1940 Oldsmobile (series
70; 2-door Sedan, good condition.
Houre 8112-B Morganto. Call
3-1 384.________________________
FOR SALE: Leoving, 1949 Kaiser
DeLuxe, .17,000 octual miles, ex-
cellent condition throughout w/w
tires, undercoated, duty paid, sa-
crifice, Plomera Nocionol 32nd
Street between Centrol ond Peru
Avenue.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50< par hour
plui 7< par mile.
Insurance and driving
permit included.
Call Pc ami 2-1995
Gorafe Elias.
LESSONS
Leorn to dance waltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug; rumba, tongo, m a m b o ,
Charleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesday,
Thursday, Saturday all doy. Harnett
& Dunn.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTEDSand box, book and toy
shelves, large wooden table. Tel.
2-6413.
Wanted Position
Experienced bi-lingual accountant-
office manager seeks position.
Familiar with merchandising and
soles accountobility. Excellent re-
ferences. Will accept part time
work. Write c/o Box 1922, Pana-
m.
THE l.tr KVRK CORP
Phone 2-3333
LOTS FOR BALK
Down Payment Slot.
Monthly Payment flS.
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
I. Meier
For Rent: Heavy Equipment for]
ground leveling.
We Rent Lota on Long Terms
Lot Club at S3 and $* Weekly
*3andS4
Da you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic* Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:High glosa oil points
and enamels. Mildaw-proot. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Star**.
For Memorial Doy. Reduced prices,
10% on all heod stones in Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month.
No. 52 "B" Street Cosimiro Mo-
reno, Panam. TfI. 2-2656.
FOR SALE:PAA tickets; reserva-
tions accepted at its new AGENCY
in Bella Visto. 25 Por Ave. CO-
PA Office. Ample parking space.
FOR SALEBooks, fiction, technical,
medical, etc. Were up to $10.00.
Now 25. Lewis Service, Tivoli
Avenue 4
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:l'J46 Indion Chief A-l
condition. Reasonbofe. House 0129
Margarita.
FOR SALE:3 bedroom comfortable
Chalet 3 bathrooms-, 2 porches,
garage, beautiful garden. Ap-
pro i.otaly 1.000 matara af land.
Via Parr** No. SI. $10.000. Small
mortgage. For information No. 8,
18th Street San Francisco. Tel.
2-3441.
British Cruiser Arriving Here
Saturday For Two-Day Stay
FOR SALE:Country home in "Paso
Ancho," EL Volcn. Hot ond cold
running water, 3 bedrooms, com-
pletely furnished. Apply to Mr. H.
Feuillt. Tel. Gamboa 537 or Ju-
ventino Garcia, Paso Ancho, El
Volcn.
FOR SALE:Cottage with all mo-
dern conveniencias, electric lights,
running water, gat stova and fri-
gidaire, with two to eight hectares
overlooking Panam City 2400
foot high t CERRO AZUL. Tel.
3-1567, Panam.
PERSONALS
Dr. Wendehoke. Medical Clinic, Day
and Night service. Central Avenue
133. Phone Ponam City 2-3479.
Viie-Adm. Symonds-Tayler
Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Sy-
monds-Tayler, "K.B.E., C.B., D.f.
C, Commander-in-Chlef, Ameri-
ca and West Indies Station, will
arrive in Balboa on the H.M.S.
"Superb" this Saturday.
H.M.S. Superb, a cruiser of 9,-
000 tons displacement, Is com-
manded by Captain W. J. Yen-
dell and carries a complement ol
60 officers and 750 men.
The visit to Panama and the
Canal Zone will terminate at
dawn on Monday when the shlu
Captain W. J. Vended
transits the canal en route to her-
base in Bermuda.
A full program has been ar-
ranged for the two-day visit In-
cluding a reception to be given
on Sunday evening on board In
honor of President Arnulfo Arias
and a cocktail party at the Brit-
ish Legation on. Saturday after-
noon, followed by a dinner in
honor of Admiral SymondSjTay-
ler given by the Commander-ln-
Chlef, Caribbean Command, Lt,
General W. H. Morris.
The Superb will dock at Pier
Seven, Balboa.
Ssrybo Jy fea in the low-price field!
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Yes, Jumbo-Drum Brakes
extra smooth, extra safe
another reason why more peop/e buy C/ievro/efs than any other carl
You and your family will enjoy a special
kind of safely in Chevrolet for '51. You'll
know this the minute you test its new,
more powerful Jumbo-Drum Brakes-
largest in the entire low-price field!
They're extra smooth, extra positive,
extra safe; they provide maximum stop-
ping-power with up to 25% less driver
effort; they combine with many other
Chevrolet safety factors to give you and
your family the fullest measure of motor-
ing protection.
And you'll enjoy a special kind of per-
formance and driving ease in this car, too.
It's the only low-priced car that offers you
your choice of a mighty 105-h.p. Valve-
in-Head engine, teamed with the time-
proved Powerglide Automatic Transmis-
sion,* for finest no-shift driving at lowest
cost. Or the brilliant standard Chevrolet
Valve-in-Head engine, teamed with Silent
Synchro-Mesh Transmission, for finest
standard driving at lowest cost.
Come in, see and drive it!
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MR. AND MRS. RONALD LYLE SEELEY, pictured above,
shown leaving Balboa Union Church, Immediately following
their marriage last Saturday evening. The marriage wat
performed by Reverend Louis M. Fiske. A reception was held
in the Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoli after the ceremony.
Mr*. Seelev is the former Jolle Ann Kllbey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Kllbey. Mr. Seeley Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Seeley of Pedro Miguel.
(Photo by Joe Hlckey)
New Ambassador of Ecuador
Honored at Dinner
Entertaining for Sixto Duran
Bailer, recently appointed Am-
bassador o Ecuador to Panama,
the Secretary of the Embassy
and Mrs. Alberto Barriga Ledee-
ma gave a dinner Sunday even-
ing at their residence In Pana-
ma.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Entertain for Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Irwin gave
a small dinner Monday evening
at their residence on Balboa
Heights in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis G. Prager of Berkeley, Ca-
lifornia and Mrs. A. H. Shrag of
Waterloo, Iowa.
Mrs. Shrag is visiting her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo W. Cagley of Diablo
Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Prager
are spending a short vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome F. Prager in Balboa.
the birth of a daughter, Susan,
this morning at Fort Clayton
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Lobb
Honored by Mrs. Comber
Mrs. Teresa Comber entertain-
ed a group of her friends at a
buffet supper given Sunday night
at her residence In San Juan
Place as a farewell for Mr. and
Mrs. Cyril D. Lobb of Cocoli. Mr.
and Mrs. Lobb plan to sail April
20 for New York and are going lo
Oregon to make their home.
Dinner Party
Honors Mrs. Sohler
Mrs. William Sohler (Gladys
Arias) of Boston Massachusetts,
who Is visiting relatives in Pana-
ma, was the guest of honor at a
dinner given Sunday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime de la Guar-
dia.
Tickets Now Being Sold
for Beaux Arts Ball
A Beaux Arts Ball will be given
at the Hotel Tlvoll Saturday,
May 5, by the Canal Zone Art
League. The proceeds of the ball
will be used to increase an art
scholarship fund started last
year. Guests are asked to wear
fantastic or formal costumes, ori-
ginal and gay, in keeping with
the theme of the ball, "Fantastic
Fiesta."
Those wishing tickets are ask-
ed to telephone to Miss Gardner,
Balboa 1457; Mrs. Karen. Balboa
3524; Mrs. Relmer, Balboa 3123,
)r Mrs. Saphlr. 273-2291.
Tower Club Supper
Monday Evening
The Tower Club will hold 3
April meeting and buffet supper
Monday at 6:30 p.m. lrr Bishop
Morris Hall of St. Luke's Cathe-
dral. Dean Ferris will give a talk
on "Religion In the Home."
Bridge Winners
The winners of Hie duplicate
contract bridge tournament olay-
ed Monday evening at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: 1st,
Mrs. L. D. Boney and Mrs. John
E. Davis; 2nd, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Brady; 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Kennedy; 4th Colonel and Mrj.
Frank A. Pettit; and 5th, Dr. and
Mrs. Norman W. Elton.
Visitors in Colon
Captain Marvin J. West, U.Sj.N.
and Mrs. Wast of Balboa Heights
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M.
Breece of Balboa were in Colon
Sunday evening to attend a buf-
fet given by Mr. and Mrs. Marecel
Grlngoire In honor of Mrs. Er-
nest I. duPont of Wilmington, De-
laware and the British Consul at
Colon and Mrs. Raymond J. Kir-
win.
Returns from
Vacation Trip
Dr. Fred H. Howard of Oorgas
Hospital returned Monday on
the SB Ancon from a throe-
month vacation.
Mrs. Buckley Guest
f Mr. and Mr. Lyons
After a visit of a few days with
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson
it Balboa Heights, Mrs. Floyd
Buckley who arrived last week
from Washington, D.C., is now
jtaylng with Mr. and Mrs. James
K. Lyons.
Mr. Jacob Moves
to Hotel Tivoli
I .James Everett Jacob has moved
irom Fourth of July Avenue to
the Hotel Tivoli.
Former Resident
Visits Here
Mrs. Harold N. Thorpe, the for
mer Miss Nellie R.' Sands, transit-
ed the Canal 8unday on her way
from Hong Kong to her home In
Norfolk. Virginia, Mrs. Thorpe le-
sided here in 1920 and 1921 and
has lived In the Far East for ma-
ny years. She was met by Miss
Jessie Pugh, who went through
the Canal with her. -
School Sizes Will
Govern Summer Fund
Handout In Zone
A well attended meeting of the
Canal Zone Summer Recreation
al Board, held in the Ten-Age
Club at Margarita, Canal Zone,
learned that the Division of
Schools would assume the ex-
pense of providing the Coordina-
tor for the program for 1951.
Mrs. G. O. Parker, who has al-
ready been named as Coordina-
tor, will continue to act In that
capacity, In the employ of the Df -
vision of Schools.
It was decided at the meeting,
to disburse the funds provided for
the Summer Program by the
Community Chest and from pro-
ceeds relaized through entertain-
ments, etc., to each separate
community, In proportion to the
number of pupils in grades one
through eight, in the schools cf
the community.
Thus funds donated by the
public at large through the Com-
munity Chest and throagh at-
tendance at entertainments will
come back to the communities In
their entirety and in proportion
to the number of children in their
schools.
Mr. John E. Winklosky. of Dia-
blo Heights, was appointed treas -
urer of the Board.
Pepto-
Bismol
Mrs. Sadowsky Sailing
on SS Ancon
Mrs. John Sadowsky and her
young son, John, are sailing Ftl-
day on the SS Ancon, returning
to their home In Jersey City, New
Jersey, after a visit of several
weeks with her mother, Mrs. An-
' na King, at Diablo Heights.
Birth Announcement
Major and Mrs. William n.
Ceeley of Albrook field annoui.ee
Correction *
Due to confusion in the me-
chanical department yesterday,
parts of two brief news items
were inserted into the lead sto-
ry on the recent marriage and
visit of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian de
Wit. To bring an accurate se-
port to their many friends hele,
a corrected version is printed
below. The two small newi
Items, corrected and brought
up to date, appear In the main
Pacific Society column.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian de Wit
Stop Off En Route to States
After their marriage In W1J-
lemslad, Curacao, Netherlands
West Indies, last week. Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian de Wit spent several
days on the Pacific Side, during
which they were the recipients
of many courtesies.
They left by plane-for Miami
yesterday, en route to Ohio to
visit her family and his brother,
one at the University of Ohio
and the other at Pennsylvania
State College. They will be at
home In Curacao after June I.
The deWlts were married April
4 at the Protestant Church in Ft.
Amsterdam, Wlllemstad, by Do-
minie H. H. Elderman, who used
the Episcopal marriage service.
Mrs. deWit is the former Miss
Dorothy Knowles. who was Min-
ister of Education at Balboa Un-
ion Church before her marriage.
The church in Wlllemstad was
decorated with yellow forsythta
and pussy willows sent from the
bride's home In Ohio. On the al-
tar were seven graduated can-
dles molded by Mrs. Marie Van
Cllef of Balboa from the bride's
candles of the Balboa Union
Church. The candles were sur-
rounded by tuberoses against a
background of white gladioli and
fern. The service was preceded
by the lighting of the candles by
Michael deWit, brother of the
bridegroom. Music during the
service included "Wie 1st cln
Rose Entsprungen?" by Brahms
and the marriage hymn, "O Per-
fect Love," played by Arle den
Broeder.
The bride wore a gown of pal-
est yellow embroidered Swiss or-
ganza made with a shirred bod-
ice and a very full ballerina
length skirt. A tiny Dutch cap
of organza edged with white li-
lacs held her short veil of yellow
tulle. Her bouquet was single
tuberoses and baby orchids tied
with yellow ribbons.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. deWit, par-
ents of the groom, served as wit-
nesses. Mrs. deWltt wore grey
chiffon with silver accessories
and a small coral colored hat.
Her corsage was of gardenias,
The bridal luncheon was held
at the old Dutch Tavern and was
followed by a reception for more
than 100 guests at the Pasang-
grahan (Guest House.)
(NBA Telephoto)
THEIR JUDGMENT DAY David Greenglass (left) and
Morton Sobell atomic spies, were grim-faced as they entered
Federal Court In New York to hear their sentences. Sobell,
convicted with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, was sentenced
to 30 years. Greenglass got 15 years.
(NEA Telephoto)
SENTENCE: DEATH Julius Rosenberg and his wife, the
former Ethel Greenglass, were sentenced to die in the electric
chair for their crimes.
On Sunday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. deWit entertained more
than 400 guests at a reception
held in the Balboa Union Church ,
parlors. Receiving with them
was Mrs. Marlon Lucas.
Mrs. Matthew Smith, Mrs.
Louis Fiske, Mrs. Wesley Town-
send, Mrs. Maxwell Smith, Mrs
W. T. Jeffries and Mrs. Paul
Warner alternated in presiding at
the punch services. Mrs. Marie
Van Cllef arranged the flower.;
and Mrs. Earl Baltozer was In
charge of the guest book. Also
assisting at the reception were
Mrs. William H. Allen, Mrs. J. L.
Harned, Mrs. Robert Herr, Mrs.
T. F. Hotz, Mrs. William Mer-
man, Miss Hazel Matthews, Mrs.
Terrill Toone and Mrs. Wlnton
Webb.
Friends entertained constantly
for Mr. and Mrs. deWit during
their short stay here. They were
the luncheon guests Saturday of
Rev and Mrs. Matthew Smith
and Rev. and Mrs. Louis Fiske In
Panama, and dined Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Baltozer. Sunday they had lun-
cheon at the Hotel Tlvoll with the
Post Hi Fellowship Group of the
Union Church, and after the re-
ception Sunday they were en-
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Siebellnk in Balboa.
Mr. and Mrs. Lierman enter-
tained the visitors at breakfast
Monday morning, and they
lunched with Mr. and Mrs. Hotz.
in the afternoon Mrs. Ernest S.
Baker took them to Panama to
visit Marta Spoel. who Is a friend
of Mr. deWlt's mother. Last even-
ing they dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Townsend and before their de-
parture this morning they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ter-
rill Toone at breakfast.
Red Light Outshines
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ST. CATHARINES, Ont., Apr.
II (UP) Ralph C. Seaton, of
Fort Erie, Ont., halted his shlnv
new motorcycle at a stoplight.
A stranger walked over and
said: "Nice bike. Let me try It
but, will you?"
"Sure, go ahead," said Sea-
ton.
He told police today he had
not seen his motorcycle since.
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
MARTIN, Dothan Joseph, ST, of
Paraso, to COLE, Dorothy Do-
reen, 31, of Panama.
SIMONSEN, Christian. 40, of
Atlanta, Ga., to NORTON. Ruth
Alfaretta, 48, of Ancon, formerly
of Altoona Pa.
Births
CLARKE, Mr. and Mrs. Q. of
Pueblo Nuevo, son, April 6, Oor-
gas Hospital.
JEMMOTT, Mr. and Mrs. E. N ,
of Paraso, daughter, April c,
Oorgas Hospital.
HARDINO, Mr. and Mrs. A. of
Panama, daughter, April fl, Oor-
gas Hospital. '
GERMAIN, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles, of Pedro Miguel, son,
April 6, Oorgas Hospital.
DIAZ, Mr. and Mrs. J. H., of Cu-
rundu, on, April 6, Oorgas Hos-
pital.
CUNNINGHAM, Mr. and Mrs.
C.S., of Red Tank, son, April 7,
Oorgas Hospital.
PAREDES, Mr. and Mrs. I. of
Parque Leevre,son, April 7,Oor-
gas Hospital.
HUMPHREY, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph, of Panama, daughter, April
7. Oorgas Hospital.
SIMMONS, Mr. and Mrs. E, of
Chillbre, son, April 8, Oorgas Hos-
pital.
Deaths
SCOTT, Bolivar, 54. of La Bo-
ca April 7, Oorgas Hospital.
Marriage Licenses
SPAIN, Paul Morris, 30. of Bal-
boa, formerly of San Francisco,
Cal., to O'BOYLE, Mary Helen, ?9,
of Mill Valley, Cal.
OONZALEZ, Frank Hernandez,
21, of Fort Kobbe, formerly of
San Antonio. Texas, to CONCEP-
CIN, Evelina Cervantes, 22, of
Panama City.
Births
McLAIN.Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Jr., of Margarita, son, April 8, Co-
lon Hospital.
MEJIA, Mr; and Mrs. Jose H.,
of silver City, daughter, April 6,
Colon Hospital.
OARCIA, Mr. and Mrs. Siglfre-
do of Colon, daughter, April 7,
Colon Hospital.
ROACH, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen,
of Silver city, son, April 7, Colon
Hospital.
RODNEY, Mr. ond Mrs. Felix,
of Silver City, daughter, April 8,
Colon Hospital i
LYNCH. Mr. and Mrs. L. N.. of
Panama, daughter, April 9, Oor-
gas Hospital.
BLACKMAN, Mr. and Mrs. C.
of Red Tank, son, April 9, Oorgas
Hospital.
OMASTA, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge.
of Curundu, son, April 9, Ooreas
Hospital.
Deaths
MIR, Joseph, 58, of New York,
April 7, Colon Hospital.
TAYLOR, Sandra, nine month3,
of Colon. April 8, Colon Hospital.
HERBERT, Amanda, 58, of Pa-
nama, April 9, Oorgas Hospital.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
EDNESDAY, APRIL 11, ItSl
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MISS VILMA TREVIA'S ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
At a gathering of the two interested families last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Silvio A. Trevia of Colon, announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Vllma, to Mr. Albert H. Husted,
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Husted of Ancon. No
date has been set for the wedding.
Miss TreTia has been attending St. Mary's Academy in
Colon. Mr. Hasted is a graduate of the Balboa High School
and the Canal Zone Junior College. At present he is em-
ployed by the Panama Air Depot. -
The members of the families who Joined the engaged
couple at the Treia home for the announcement Included
Miss Albertina TreTia, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Husted of Ancon,
and Mr. and Mrs. George Hosted.
Armv Wedding of Interest
on Both Sides of Isthmus
The wedding of Sergeant Mar-
garet. Dorothy Kelly, of For:
Clayton, to Corporal Walter
Leonard Angle, of Fort Kobbe, is
of Interest to friends and rela-
tives on both sides of the Isth-
mus.
Sergeant Kelly is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kelly of
Brooklyn, New York. She wa3
married to Corporal Angle, for-
merly of Trenton, New Jersey, at
four o'clock Saturday, April t at
the Fort Kobbe Chapel, with Fa-
ther Zwack officiating.
A prelude of organ music was
played and the traditional wed-
ding marches. White gladioli
were used to decorate the altar
of the Chapel.
The bride entered alone, wear-
ing a wedding gown of white,
flowered organza. It was fash-
ioned with a fitted bodice having
a sweetheart neckline and short
sleeves, and a ballerina skirt. Tha
only trimming was a white taffe-
ta sash. Her shoulder-length veil
was held In place by a cap of
white lilacs. She wore short ny-
lon gloves and carried a whits
prayer book topped with white
roses, from which cascaded a
ribbon shower. Her only orna-
ment was a strand of pearls.
Miss Regina T. Kelly, sister of
the bride, was her only attune -
ant. Her dress was of Nile-green
organza made with a fitted bod-
ice having a high rounded neck-
line- and cap sleeves. The skirt
hid a drape of matching organ-
za frosted with white flowers.
She wore a band of gardenias In
her hair and carried a bouquet of
gardenias and carnations and
wore short white gloves.
Sergeant Joseph Courtney was
best man for Corporal Angle.
A reception was held at the Ft.
Kobbe N.C.O. club following the
ceremony. The bride and groom
cut the four-tiered wedding cake
which was topped with a minia-
ture bride and groom.
The mother of the bride receiv-
ed with the wedding party. 8h3
chose for the occasion an after-
noon dress of red figured silk
made with a black net bodice.
She wore a black hat and match-
ing accessories.
Also present was Miss Ellen
Nolan, who accompanied the fa-
mily of the bride to the Isthmus
for the wedding.
The bride and groom left for a
two-week honeymoon to be spent
in David. Hhe bride's golng-away
costume was a navy blue print
with a red Jacket, with whlch;she
used navy blue accessories. Upon
their return they will reside at
Cocoli.
Mrs. Angle graduated from St.
Brendan's High School in Brook-
lyn and attended St. Johns Uni-
versity. She Joined the W.A.C.
five years ago and has been sta-
tioned on the Isthmus for the
past two years at Fort Clayton.
Sergeant Angle is well-known on
the Isthmus, as he has served six
years at different posts, on the
Isthmus.
The mother and sister of the
bride and Miss Nolan are tiie
house guests of Sergeant and
Mrs Jerry Whyte, of Fort Ou-
llck
p.m. at the Church of the Holy
Family In Margarita, with Father
William C.Finn, CM., officiating.
The grandparents of the in-
fant. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Malla,
were the godparents.
Following the service the god-
parents entertained the memhen
of the family with a buffet sup-
per at their quarters in the Ali-
Amerlca Cable Building.
Also present were Mr. and Mrs
Sherman Hammond with John,
Louis and Tommy Malla and the
brothers of the infant, Danny
and Earl Mulllns, Jr.
Surprise Birthday Dinner Parir
Mrs. Frank Canavaggio ar-
ranged a surprise dinner party
for her husband at their home
Monday evening.
Eight friends were present to
help Mr. Canavaggio celebrate.
Cocktail Party for Visitors
Sergeant and Mrs. Jerry Whyte
entertained with a cocktail party
at their Fort Oullck home Mon-
day evening for their house
guests Mrs. James J. Kelly, Miss
Regina Kelly arid Miss Ellen No-
lan, who are sailing Friday to re-
turn to their home in Brooklyn.
Friends residing in the vicini-
ty of their home were invited to
meet the visitors.
Announcement of Interest
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Hanly an-
nounce the birth of a daughter
on Sunday, April 8 at the Ama-
dor Guerrero Hospital. Mrs. Han-
ly is the former Miss Maruja Be-
verhoudt.
Mr. Hanly is the owner of the
"Lavamatlco" in Colon.
Birthday Party
for Miss McDaniels
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Janko, of Ga-
tun, arranged a birthday party
at their home for their daugh-
ter, Jean McDaniels, on the oc-
casion of her 14th birthday annl
versary.
The guests Included Misses He-
lene de Boyrle, Joan Brennan,
Ann Thomas, Janet Wllloe, Dora
Welch, Vllma Rodriguez. Edna
Jenklrfs, Barbara Rlwge and Mes-
srs Vernon Bryant, Pete John-
son, Teddy Englebrignt, Leslii
Rhlnehart, Bobby Salter, Casey
Zimmerman, Bobby Orvls and
Richard Aycock.
The adult guests Included: Mr
and Mrs. Leonard Bedlenkapa.
Mr. R. E. Waggoner, Mr. and Mrs
A. Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Maxwell, Mrs. John Mason and
son and Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Beck.
Attended Kilbey-Seeley Wedding
Among the guests attending
the wedding of Miss Jolie Ann
Kilbcy to Ronald Seeley at the
Balboa Union Church were: Mr
and Mrs. Leland Larson and Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Lee, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Kidd
Havi- Bon Voyage Dinner Partv
H. B. M. Consul at Colon and
Mrs. Raymond Kirwin and Mr
and Mrs. John Shaw, of Panama
City were honored with a bon
voyage dinner party given by Mt.
and Mrs. Stanley Kidd at 'neir
Cristobal residence Monday even-
ing. Both couples are leaving:
thQ month for vacations in Eng-
land
The other dinner guests were:
Drwand Mrs. Rafael de Boyne
Capialn and Mrs. Leo Hock and
Mr. and Mrs. John Kernick.
Baptism Services
Rev. J. W. L. Graham officiated
at the baptism of Susan Mies
Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Martin 8. Sawyer, of Gatun. The
aerylce was held Sunday. April 8.
at the Gatun Union Church, fol-
lowing the morning service.
Mr, and Mrs. Nicholas Pala: o!
Balboa, were the godparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Mulns
bad, their Infant son, Clifford
David, baptized Sunday at 4:1)0
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Mrs. Vernon Seeley
Woman's Club Luncheon
The Cristobal Woman's Club
Governor Newcomer
Urges Zone Support
For Music Week
National and Inter-American
Music Week will be held this year
from May 6 to May 13. Governor
Newcomer has urged schools,
churches, clubs, civic groups and
individuals in the Canal Zon; to
give effective support to the ac-
tive observance of the occasion.
This is the 28th year in which
a v/eek In May has been set aside
to encourage music and to em-
phasize its contributions to th
cultural progress of our society, a
circular from the Governor has
explained.
The National and Inter-Amer-
ican Music Week program for
1951 Is key noted by the state-
ment. "Enrich Your Living
Through Music."
The sponsoring commutes, of
which President Harry 8. Truman
is honorary chairman. Invites
the people of the Canal Zone to
Join again in celebrating Music
Week and "In emphasizing the
spiritual and moral values of niu-
Isic In our modem world."
anual luncheon will be held Wed-
nesday, April 18 at the Hotel
Washington.
A fashion show will follow the
luncheon, through the courtesy
of Maduro's. Reservations are to
be In by Monday and are $1.65
per person. Mrs. A. C. Bullock or
Mrs. Wald are taking the reser-
vations. Members may bring two
guests.
Benefit Dinner
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gatun Union Church will spon-
sor a turkey dinner at the Ga-
tun Masonic Temple Friday, April
13. There will be two sittings, -t
5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Tickets are
$1 50 for adults and 75 cents for
children. They may also be pur-
chased at the door.
Cristobal Internal
Revenue Office Reopens
The Cristobal office of the In-
ternal Revenue Bureau is now
open again Mondays after having;
been closed since about the end
of March.
The Atlantic Side office was
closed because of the decreased
number of callers after the Mar.
15 deadline for filing 1950 returns
and 1951 estimates.
The office at Cristobal Is in
Room 300 of the Administration
Building.
Office hours are from 8:30 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m. Mondays only.
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GUARANTEE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
"The other day I had the
pleasure of playing as the part-
ner of a really fine canasta play-
er." relates a reader of St. Paul,
Minn. "We beat our opponents
five straight games. However, he
made one play that I am cur-
ious about,
"We had a good hand going
but our opponents were close to
out, and we were therefore mak-
ing our canastas as fast as we
could. Eventually we were left
with four canastas, a couple of
small melds and two six-card
melds.
"One of them consisted of six
natural eight-spots; the other of
four aces and two wild cards. My
partner drew a deuce and melded
It with the six natural eights. He
thus gave up the natural canasta
when he could have added the
deuce to the aces, which were
bound to wind up as a mixed ca-
nasta anyhow,
"Was there any good reason
for this play?"
My correspondent really an-
swered his question himself. He
stated that his partner was a
very fine canasta player. Buch a
player always has a reason for a
play, particularly an unusual
play.
Although the situation Is not
fully described in the letter, I
Imagine that most of the wild
cards had already been account-
ed for. The expert was making a
percentage play. He could com-
plete only one canasta, and want-
ed to leave himself with the best
possible chance to complete an-
other canasta later on.
If no additional wild card
came along, the second canasta
could be completed only if one
of the partners drew a natural
card. With six eights down on
the table, there were only two
eights left to draw but there
were four aces. In other words,
there was twice as much chance
to draw an ace later on as to
draw an eight.
Most players would leave the
eights alone, but the true experts
; would do just as my correspond-
ent's partner did.
Incidentally, there are many
other ways of playing percent-
| ages when you have a choice of
canastas to complete. Whenever
| you have a choice of canastas,
you should complete the one
with the greater number of na-
tural cards in it.
For example, suppose you have
a deuce to add. and the melds on
the table Include five naturals
with one wild card and another
of four naturals with two wild
cards. Add the deuce with the
five naturals. That will leave you
with your best chance to com-
plete the other canasta later on.
Another thing: Don't overlook
the opponents' melds. To take an
extreme case, suppose the oopo-
nents have already melded three
sevens and that you have four
sevens down on the table.
If you pick up a discard pile
with several wild cards In it
(which sometimes happensi, you
can cheerfully add deuces to
those four sevens. It would be
foolish to add the deuces to a
meld that you might later turn
into a natural canasta.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
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stars are bursting out all over as
songbirds.
But they had better bone up on
carrying a tune.
"Some of them," vocal coach
Harriet Lee winced, "send me
rushing for my ear stoppers."
A deep-voiced, hearty blonde.
Harriet's been turning croakers
into larks ever since Dorothy La-
mour put her under contract to
honey up the Lamour tonsils back
In the days when she was a Jun-
gle queen.
Here's Harriet's breakdown on
some of the stars she's taught
during and since her days as vo-
cal coach at Paramount and
MOM:
Ava Gardner"I told her a
good six years ago that If she'd
study and keep at it, she would
be able to sing some dayand
darned well. No reason why Ava's
own voice shouldn't be used in
Show Boat.'"
Eddie Bracken "If people
would only accept it, he could
do a great love song. He tints
the greatest lyrics I've ever
heard."
Vera-Ellen"She was desper-
ate to do her own singing in
'Three Little Words' and worked
every day toward it. She was
greatly disappointed when they
used a voice double."
Rhonda Fleming "A lovely
voice. She could be a musical
comedy queen."
Alexis Smith "At Warners
they dubbed her, but now she's
doing her own singing in pic-
tures."
Barry Sullivan "He doesn't
have a bad voice at all."
Corlnne Calvet"She'll never
be a singer."
Patrice Wymore "A simply
lovely voice."
Most stars think they can be-
come Jeanette MacDonalds and
Nelson Eddys overnight, Har-
riet complains, and won't devote
enough time to their warbling.
She tells about the time Gloria
Grahame, "who's tone deaf and
can't carry a tune," rushed into
her studio and asked if Harriet
could teach her to sing "I'm a Gal
Who Can't Say No" for an audi- I
tion for a New York show.
"How much time do we have?"
asked Harriet.
"Forty-five minutes," dead-
panned Gloria.
Harriet's explanation of why
movie stars like Yvonne de Carlo
and Deanna Durbin never, in |
spite of their ambitions, make
the grade as opera luminaries:
"To be in opera, you go in;
training like a prize fighter. You
eat, sleep and breathe opera.
Movie stars won't do It, that's
all."

Movies are better than ever
and heroines are more battling.
On the way are Maureen O'Ha-
ra as a sword-jabbing doll in
"Sons of the Musketeers," and
Jean Peters as a busy pirate In
"Anne of the Indies."
"I'm an unschooled animal,"
Jean, her face stained mahogany
and her hair oiled, told me. "And
I don't know anything about
sex."
The original script had her
roaring lines like, "Pity the poor
devil who crosses my path," but
now Jean's speeches have been
stripped of pomp. "I'm sorry,
too," she shrugged. "I loved that
corn."

John Barrymore, Jr.. is follow-
ing the family footsteps In
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straight dramatic roles, but close
pals insist he'd be great as a Jer-
ry Lewis type comic. His imper-
sonations of Humphrey Bogart,
Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart
are the talk of the Hollywood
younger set.
Overheard about a .big star:
"He's a two-expression actor-
hat off and hat on." Go ahead,
make a guess.

.Mrs. Harold Lloyd U visiting
her boy, Harold Lloyd, Jr., at a
Texas air training base...Don't
look for an early hitching for Di-
rector Anatole Litvak and Ger-
man actress Uildegarde Neff.
Wedding bells will ring, but not
before she gets a California di-
vorce from Kurt Hirscb, the pro-
ducer-agent who brought her to
the r. 8. as a G.I. war bride...
Eleanor Rudolph, ex-wife of Jer-
ry Wald, is hanging out her ban-
ner as a Hollywood talent agent.

Switch: When "Distant Drums."
Gary Cooper's next, was produc-
ed on Broadway, it had a west-
ern background and the time was
In the covered-wagon days. Now
the story's been twisted around
and the locale will be the Flori-
da swamps.

Jane Wyman and Alexis Smith
Impersonate a couple of lady
wrestlers for a comedy sequence
In the Bing Crosby film, "Here
Comes the Groom.
Two lady rassleri, Clara Mor-
tensen and Wanda Crellln, were
hired to double Jane and Alexis
In the long shots. But even as
some suspect happens in real
wrestling matches, it was a fore-
gone conclusion that Jane would
triumph over Alexis.
It said so in the script.
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And
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By Victor Riesel
MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Gypsy Rose Lee has turned
the bottom floor of her man-
sion Into an art gallery and
there we sat, not too long ago,
while she told me of the day
she kissed the lefty longshore-
man Arry Bridges.
Some one had rushed her
up on a platform for a war
relief show in San Francisco
and 'Arry the Nose was there
Dear Mr W: The FBI now has the responslbll ty of enforcing "<* j* k collection.
a new law prohibiting the shipping of sot machine* from one trying {^^utaJ^1 dtttl
SUte to another. Any citizen having information contract the Gypsy icvkmoui on s a
nearest FBI office or J. Edgar Hoover in Washington. Sen ^n/in is c^olIecl Kefauver's right-hander. C. G. Neese. says neither "older solons" shot in ^ ^omctive arm
nor the President indicated to Mr. Kefauver that they wanted the and quite P0""~" **
matter dropped. That the Senator wants to concentrate on his the comrades waterjroni
peace plan etc....F. Costello's partner-pal, Phil Kastel may lose, commissar.
his sight...The Navy chaplain who said our soldiers displayed ,__lind
cowardice in Korea must be color blind. They were "green" troops That buss was MMJ**"
Doesn't he know the difference between green and yellows? the, nation full of pohticai
Makes me livid! implication. So it was with some
----------------- surprise that one midnight I
"I Can Get It for You Wholesale" at the Roxy blast* the car- |saw her take the stage at a
ment center Industry. Has the saltiest dialog ears ever blushed at Broadway Crusade for Freedom
Bill Utley says you told him Western Newspaper Union once rally and heard her shout that
syndicated the col'm in over 400 papers. Bill handled your stulf tne 01,iy thing she was going to
for that outfit and says it ran in 1122. I told him vou ordered it t ,_ was the mas|c from Mos-
chucked because they made all the dough out.- of It. Lowell Mellett cowKTnen she demanded atomic
got you to give It to them when he was FDR's aide, hi case you war' on the goviets.
forgot.
I found Gypsy running along
with some of my old friends who
were willing to lay off the $2000
and $3000-a-week circuits, the
Georgle Prices, Myron Cohens
and the rest, to fight for a seat
at the Variety Artists' conven-
tion. Why? Because right here
you find them lighting the latest
pattern of Commie infiltration
now that the comrades and
Stalin's photo is in each room on the Polish liner Batory... the comrades of comrades have
Sixteen movie stars are over 40. Robert Q. Lewis noted that one been booted out of the bigger
...Riddle me something pllzz: Why didn't the five Senators probeiunlon3 on which the spotlights
the crime and gambling In their respective states? I asked editor ialways Durn.
Lee Hills about this and he Intoned: "Veddy Interesting question.'
Prob'ly no got such a sltcheeayshun In New Hampshire. Wyoming,
Maryland, Tennessee and Wisconsin... Yolande Donlan, the
American (London's biggest star since Talu). soon weds director
Val Guest. Her play, "To Dorothy a Son," is a click there.. .Variety
"The Thing," recorded in French, is a riot... Here's
inflation, son: There were 8a billion bills circulating in
1940. Today there are 27 billion. Howjecdoo. .They Com-
niy high command will assess all members S bux in San
Francisco. Prob'ly all over...Life had a swell slap at the
way the Senators allowed a popcorn maker to get the
name of his product over teevy during the hearings. Then
Life reprinted it word for word. People In glass houses, etc.
Okay, Mister, Do Your Stuff f
Here is a little union, 25,000
of the grand people who make
the one-week stands in night
Val Guest. Her play, "To Dorothy a Son, is a click there.. .variety ^ the iew vaudeville
says Helen Strauss, literary head o an, agency, suggested mus- ^ ,j( coim.
icaling "King and I." Rodgers and Hammerstein will confirm 1"^"' need their union,
that.
try. They need
but are often away and can t
Simon Schuster', blog of Puccini (by George Marek) should I always &*eJ\t*mi 0/
be a big hlt...Newbold Morris, who sent that surly telegram, invasion by a small mm
.demanding a retraction he didn't get>. got himself in the papyrus I lefties, one of whom "I'
via that shipping scandal. Some of the ships bought by ex-Cong, has a record of jot"ig 1
Casey (the man who pays such low taxes on such big deals' Communist fronts, inauaing
wound up in a tax free organization headed bv angel-face New- the, peace groups exposea oy
bold. Pod'n the yawn. .Heard this at Sherm's: "The reason It Is so congress the other
tough to stop gambling Is that the only thing most folks don t
like about it is losing".. George Jean Nathan, a dear pal of play-
wright S. Kingsley, campaigned against his "Darkness at Noon,"
which won the Critics" Award Integrity is George's real name...
Most of the Eva Braun (Hitler's gal; gags are now pinned on
Eva Peron.
Army Base
By BOB RUARK
and
the'merican Peace Mobilisa-
tion, which picketed the White
House during the war.
Why do they want control of
such a union of entertainers?
No strategic Industry here! May-
Spring is a wonderful time of the vear, except for struggling b not But thls is the union
young showfolks. For them Its the 3rd Act of another season whose members will make up
with most of them no closer to the stage than when the curtain '.. b k # tjsO troupes barn-
went up on Labor Day. Alan Young has two 7 year movie can- ' tne hundreds of mil-
tracts and four pictures uncomln* in Autumn. Not bad for i kid 'f, "a^rns and foreign bases
who almost quit from the snubs last year...Luchows L. Jan Mil- '"?,*,, 1,,, house your sons
chell took the keys to his Caddy back from Joan Diner. Love's like |wn c,h.".' ".. n the way
that...Tea. Williams (press ed at 17 magi is totting her 2 vear |while th^rrestng on tne y
$200.000 Charles Washburn to. or from, the ngnung uonu,
market in case vou think all These performers get Into a lot
of upfront spots.
marriage fade, sllleh girl...That
estate at Garrison. N. C. Is on the
press agents are getting gravy...The Duke asks people what you
got against him.
___Angel coin is scarce again except for the big pro-
ducers. One new musical has had ten auditions, raising
only $25,000 of a wanted 1250,000 in six months.. .Lawyers
are looking at a ms. for a book timed to appear when the
Duke's starts. It will (I am told) have a "Gone with the
Wind" sale, debunking his life story with documents. By
an ex-Britisher, now a Yank.. The Flschettl brothers gave
themselves up to Kefauver a month after you announced
this on Mar. 4: "Hey, Charlie and Joe. Come in! Don't be
fools!".. Haven't seen Jimmy Cannon's new book, "No-
body Asked Me, But." It must be good.
Yes can still see a good movie on 42nd SI. for only 19c. Lowest
price in town. At the Plx. (If they run a dully, this doesn't go! 1...
Drama Desk, the group of drama eds. voted to give no award to
nobody or nuttin'. Such plpple!.. .Most of the girls who appeared
In "Peep Show" and "Bless You All" are working In Las VeRas
hotel girl-shows.. Orvllle Prescott, book reviewer for the Times,
wrote this: "Sandwiched between amiable dlsguisltlons." Poor I
man means a systematic discourage.. .Collier's editorial page 'all
of it plus a cartoon) Is grrreattt!.. .The swell series In the World- I
Telly-Sun on the manv "causes" (which spend too much coin
for expenses' could have mentioned the Runyon Fund is unique
that waywith NONE! Fine friends vou got. Publisher Roy
Howard Is a sissy I There now. that'll show him.
Didja hear the limerick about the woman named Hill who
swallowed an atomic pill? Yez dldden? (Tch-tch).. .Now that he's
slngle-O Tommy Manvllle's doing the town with blondes again...
Louis B| Mayer's going into the oil biz. Needs the money.. .Watch
for new headlines (It sez here) about more British scientists
charged with sending info to Russia.. .Private detective agencies
are making more money than ever. Tailing errant husbands. The
nawtee season is back.. .Sudden thawt: For years we were told
wars are the result of racial differences. So howcum the Chinese
have been warring each other for decades?.. Ever see Eunice
Grave Her first novel is "Steffi." They describe Eunice as the
most beautiful author of the year. Nice face.. .The Times ran a
Best's ad which said: "Whether you're a lady tycoon or just a
Girl Friday." Wodda thev mean Just?...A musical director and
ballerina audition talent for orgies In mid-Manhattan. They
peddle Communists propaganda at these affairs. Source assumes
J. E. H. knows about such things. Take It from there.
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But even that's not basically
Important the pattern of
operation to watch Is the lett-
les' struggle to exist above
ground. They need such an or-
ganizations to attract fantica
and recruit them for all sorts
of work which needs no spelling
out here.
For this, the comrades need
labor bases so they can get
spots for their people as union
officials, printers, publicity men,
lawyers and pension experts.
And also to put their rank and
file high on the work lists for
Jobs In the plants In this case.
In night spots and theatres.
Without this pork barrel,
the Commie apparatus would
fall apart. So they slip into
the smaller unions hoping to
find the rank and file so pre-
occupied with other matters,
and so unsophisticated, that
the lefties can win. This is
happening right now in little
Detroit auto locals, in the
brewery industry, and in thou-
sands of small miscellaneous
shops right across country.
And it's happening among the
vaudevillians.
Furthermore, It only takes one
or two top-notch pro-Commie
organizers to capture a union or
even an Industry.
For example, out on the West
coast recently, 1 was able to put
together the llnal picture of one
of the most active pro-Commie
infiltrators of them all, an un-
known ailed Jeff Kibre. Work-
ing in close liaison with the
Communist Party politburo, Ki-
bre organized a rump movie
studio union, and quietly seized
such power by 1939 that he was
able to force some producers to
deal with his personal lefty un-
ion.
He was finally exposed and
driven out of the movie industry.
But he suddenly cropped up be-
hind the scenes at the Commle-
led strike of the North American
Aircraft four-motored bomber
plant and crippled that Ingle-
wood, Cr,llt., factory for weeks
early In the war when the Com-
mies were working with the
Nazis.
Now he's a lieutenant of Harry
Bridges, running a fishermen's
union between San Diego, Ha-
waii and all strategic Alaskan
^He got all his training In the
movie studios. So don't under-
estimate the early training
grounds which the AFL vaude-
villians union can provide for
new activists.
(Copyright 1951. Post Hall
Syndicate, Inc./
NEW YORK. We have with us today a
neat piece of dialectics in the case of young
Mister Mlckev Mantle, heir apparent to the Job
of Joe DIMaggio as the center fielder for the
New York Yankees. It is Mickey's unfortunate
chore to serve as a guinea pig in the athletes'
war with the Army, or t'other way about.
In the last unpleasantness It was the habit
,ui the medicos to .defer athletes who had a
i slight puncture of the eardrum or a tendency
to slump In the arch department. This de-
licacy of discrimination on the part of the draft
deciders left the athlete free to roam the foot-
ball field and the boxing ring and the unplowed
terrain of the baseball diamond, whilst his phy-
sical inferiors stormed the odd beach and snip-
ed a few butts in the compound.
Times, slightly, have changed. There is a
growing tendency toward the idea that if a guy
is healthy enough to perform in a professional
sport, he is at least sufficiently hale to work
for the armed forces. The realists figure that
a man who can plav center field or soak up a
belt in the jaw or run through a football line
might be strong enough to answer a telephone
at HQ or police a barracks or even, maybe, ride
in a tank and press the button on a gun.
Young Mantle, originally classified as 4-F, is
being reviewed as of now by his draft board.
The young man has a history of osteomyelitis,
a bone disease. This was sufficient to get him
deferred. But he has been hitting at a .400-
plus figure in spring training, and on the bases,
bum leg and all, he has qualified as a Junior
Ty Cobb. So his home-town board is giving him
the second squint.
This causes acute anguish in the tender heart
of Mr. Casey Stengel, the Yankee manager, who
already has seen his eye's apple, young Eddie
Ford, go for a soldier. Mr. Ford, called Whltey.
could possibly be the best left-handed pitcher
tc hit the scene since Mose Grove, but lo, the
Army claimed him, and Mr. 8tehgel wept for
weeks.
Mr. Stengel's tear ducts tend to distend an-
other milligram or so. for this new thinking is
in force. Ordinarily a fellow with a history of
bone Infection would be safer than a blind man
at a burlesque emporium, but some nasty people
have been asking, querulously, what keeps a
limited-service atniete irom work in the wars
If he is healthy enough to make a living at his
trade? And especially in a time when a draft
of women is contemplated for special duties?
Young Master Mantle's beau ideal. Mr. DIMag-
gio, went to the wars when his knee played
more tricks than a tame monkey. It Is arguable
thta a DIMaggio knee Is no less a hazard to
competence than a history of bone sickness. Or
the flat feet that were triumphed over by Mr.
Henry Greenberg, a first baseman who wound
up as a captain in the Air Force. It la a new
kind, of war, with lots of buttons to push, and
a plethora of sitting-down jobs, and the fresh
fad in appraisal says that a man who can
stretch a double into a triple ain't sick enough
to avoid the title of Private.
This Is, of course, tough on the individual.
Young Mantle has a great opportunity, since
DIMag is avowedly resigning from active base-
ball at the end of this year. But so did Whltey
Ford, now a member of the select group and
so did a great many youngsters with sound fu-
tures as pharmacists, tap dancers, singers, store
clerks and, for all I know, potential husbands
of Barbara Hutton.
It bolls down into really a simple skillet of
jtreens. If there Is use for a Wave or a Wac
or a Waf. there Is use for a strong young man
with a limited ailment. If his feet hurt, you
can put him on the switchboard. His ears ache,
maybe? 8et him to toll In a quiet vineyard with
lots of paper to pluck from the grass.
If you say this Is demeaning labor, let me re-
mind you that this work has to be done. It
has been done" in past by semi-perfect physical
specimens who got drafted or volunteered away
from their chosen chores, professions or careers.
I grant you it damages the dignity, but one
man's dignity Is as stout as another's.
I feel for Mantle, the athlete, but do not suf-
fer too terribly. If he is playing baseball this
summer when his contemporaries are in the Ar-
my, a lot of us wllr wonder why we need Wacs
when a 4-F belts one out of the park or winds
UP safe on third on a hit-and-run.________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
TIMETABLE
WASHINGTON. It may be, as Speaker of
the House Sam Rayburn broadly hinted In his
hair-raising statement, that Soviet Intervention
in Korea, the prelude to a third world war, is
Imminent. But there is no really new or real-
ly firm evidence that this Is so. And there are
reasons for believing that Rayburn was consci-
ously employing a sort of shock treatment, hi
order to puncture the complacency which, as he
said. Is "lulling the American people to sleep."
This complacency, which you can almost smell
on Capitol Hill, now worries responsible leaders
like Rayburn as much as the fear of Immediate
war. One trouble certainly Is that no national
leader has yet really spelled out, in terms of
money spent, arms produced and men at work,
the true nature of the long and terribly hard
task which lies ahead, if Soviet Imperialism is
not to triumph..
Yet there exists a detailed, well thought-out
program, with a single objective so to
strengthen the free world that the Soviets wUl
not be tempted to risk war, even when they
have built a decisive stockpile of atomic bombs.
It Is worth trying to understand just what this
program Is. For. If there is no war, or if Con-
gress does not invite war by hacking It to pieces,
this long-range plan will set the whole pattern
of life in this country for the next three or
four years. The timetable for recreating strength
Is as follows:
By June 30. 1951. the end of the present fis-
cal year. Congress will have appropriated $57,-
000.000,000 for rearmament, including ^foreign
military aid, according to present plans. Yet
this great sum of money will not and can, not
result In an immediate comparable increase In
armed strength. Only about $12.000,000,000 can
be spent for arms and for other goods which
the free world must have to survive, simply be-
cause It takes time to get American defense
production, slowed to a crawl In the Johnson
era. Into high gear. Even so, by this Summer,
7.000,000 Americans will either be in uniform or
directly engaged In defense work.
Plans call for the appropriation of another
*6V0O0.0OO.00O for American and European de-
fense bv the end of fiscal 1852. By this time.
defense production will be hitting Its stride, and
almost $40.000,000.000 of this money will be
translated into defense goods, from B-38s to
how for the OIs. Almost 11.000,000 people will
b. engaged In national defense.
FOR STRENGTH
o
By June 30, 1953, some $60,000,000,000 more will
have been appropriated, well over 11,000,000 Am-
ericans will be working to strengthen our de-
fenses, and a full $50,000,000,000 of war goods
will come out of the machines. After this, ac-
cording to the program, the leveling-off period
will begin. In fiscal 1954, appropriations of
$40,000,000,000 will produce almost the same
value in war goods, because of carryovers from
previous years. By 1955, this country and Its
allies will have reached a really formidable level
of military strength.
Then It will no longer be a question of a
rapid build-up, but rather of maintaining the
strength which has been built. Defense ap-
propriations of $35,000,000,000 a year, which this
country's economy can carry quite easily, and
the production of about $20,000,000,000 of de-
fense goods yearly, should then be enough.
Thus this plan for preventing war by remov-
ing from the Soviets the temptation to make
war calls for the spending of a staggering $260,-
000.000,000 by 1955 for rearmament purposes
alone. Even this may not be enough to achieve
the object. Yet surely it is sheer chuckle-head-
ed nonsense to talk as though a temporary bud-
get surplus of $2,000,000,000 or $3,000,000,000 gives
grounds for complacency. Surely it is insanity
U. talk as though this sort of program could be
overlaid on a booming economy without very
high taxes, the most painful controls, and a
tremendous national effort.
The trouble Is that almost no one, to judge
from the present mood of Congress, Is willing
to make this sort of effort, despite the fact that
united, self-disciplined exertion by this country
and its allies, for a painful period of three or
four years, could lead to a better time. It could
lead to a time when the effort could be some-
what relaxed, when the immensely superior
power of the free world would deter the Krem-
lin from further adventures, when the world
could breathe a little freely again. It Is for
such a time that all men long.
Yet President Truman, whatever his virtues,
seems constitutionally Incapable of Inspiring the
hope which a great national effort needs to
feed upon. Thus It has apparently become ne-
cessary to use constant applications of shock
treatment, like spurs in the flanks of a balky
old horse, In order to persuade the Congress and
the country to do what must be done.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
cihe WASHINGTON
h**tlM(t
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DftlW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: President Auriol saw key to Bastille
at Mount Vernon; Return of Bastille key to France
would be great gesture of friendship; Russia has its
own Fulbright scandal.
WASHINGTON.When President Aurlol of Prance loft the
United States for Canada there remained behind him, hanging
on the walls of Mount Vernon, a symbol of Prance as dear to
the French people as the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia Is to tb*
American people.
It is the key to the Bastille.
President Aurlol paid a visit to George Washington's home
and saw the key to the Bastille hanging on the wall just Inside
the door. But he did not put it there. It was given to Washing-
ton by Tom Paine, crusading pamphleteer of revolutionary days,
to whom it had ben given by General Lafayette.
One of the most historic symbols of France, the key wa
secured by Lafayette from the leaders of the French Revolution
who unlocked the Bastille and released Its political prisoners on
July 14, 1789. Lafayette was one of the French aristocrats who
had fought lor the French people against the tyranny of Louis
XIII, and the French revolutionaries gave him the key partly
for his own protection.
Lafayette in turn passed It on to Tom Paine with these words:
"The key goes to America. Give It to our General."
That was how one pi the most famed tokens of French free-
dom happened to be hanging In Mount Vernon when President
Aurlol visited Washington's home.
RETURN KEY TO FRANCE
In this connection I should like to suggest that the cherished
key to the Bastille now be returned to Franceas a symbol of
everlasting friendship between our two countries.
The average American who visits Mount Vernon does .not.
appreciate the key's significance, and the role it played in
French h: ory. But to France It means the day of liberty, the
founding /. the French Republic. For, as the Liberty Bell toUfti
out the cuil to revolt In Philadelphia on July 4, 1776, so the key
to the Bastilla freed the oppressed of France on July 14, 1789.
That is why every July 14 since then Is Bastille Daythe
chief French national holiday.
Imprisoned in the Bastille at that time were such French
patriots as Voltaire, Lally-Tollendal, Cardinal de Rohan and the
Man In the Iron Mask. They had been Imprisoned because they
criticized the government or offended members of the nobility.
That Is wny Bastille Day and the key to the Bastille mean
so much to Fiance, and why It would be such a significant ges*
ture of fri.'idahip if we returned it at this time.
It cor. 1 be enshrined in a monument not unlike the Statuo-
of Liberty as a symbol of freedom.
SOVIET SCANDALS
The American public may feel depressed over the scandals
recently exposed in Washington. However, a Ru/jlan scandal,,
with ail the earmarks of the Fulbright RFC Investigation, has
recently been reported by British Intelligence.
The scandal took place In Bulgaria, about 37 miles fro'nv
Sofia where Russia operates a,uranium mine, the Goten mine.
The I os of the mine is a Russian engineer, KhrlsslmovlchY'
whose salary Is equal to $1,200 a month. He named his wife hit
assistant at $900 a month, and took over the most luxurious
mansion in Sofia for their quarters.
Following his example, three other Russian engineers, Vet-
renko, Dubrovsky and Stihma, pulled down cushy Jobs for their
wives at from $450 to $900 monthly. In comparison, Bulgarian
miners are paid the equal of $54 a month.
To make life more pleasant In the satellite state, the Rus-
sians set up their own retail stores, stocked them with the fin-
est foods in Bulgaria, and set the prices considerably lower than
prices paid by Bulgarians.
All this was bitterly resented In Bulgaria and helped, to
Increase current Bulgarian unrest.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
Less InflationThe fight against inflation is a long way
from being won, but the picture Is now brighter than in the last
three months. This is partly due to a tapering off of the con-
sumer buying spree; also, the recent decision of the Federal
Reserve Board and the Treasury Department to depress the price
ot long-term Government bonds. Big banks and insurance com-
panies are now holding on to their Government Bonds rather
than selling them and showing a loss on their book>. This means
less credit Inflation, though the bankers and insurance tycoons
are far from happy about it.
Warning to IndiaAssistant Secretary of State McGheo
warned Prime Minister Nehru of India on his recent trip to
check the loyalty of certain top officers on the Indian General
Staff. McGhee made a special trip to Delhi to warn Nehru that
Russia may try to overthrow his Government by stirring up
a phony revolution. He also gave Nehru a complete report on
the plot to subvert the Pakistan Army, said this should be a grim
lesson to India. Nehru, however, resented, rather than welcomed
the advice. As a result Indian-American relations are worsa
than ever.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Marrlner Eccles, who has threatened to resign from the Fed-
eral Reserve Board several times,, now tells friends he has de-
finitely made up his mind to leave the board on June 1. (A mis-
takethe Government already1 is painfully short of good mtn.)...
Al Hayes, president of the Machinists Union, is trking to other
labor chiefs about publishing a daily Labor newspaper. Jointly
sponsored by the AFL and CIO, It would present the trade-union
viewpoint on national issues as the Wall Street Journal speaks
for Big Business.. .One reason Gen. Lucius Clay was eased out
as No. 2 man for mobilization was Clay's stubborn refusal to take
advice from anyone. His own assistants were saying that "even
Confucius couldn't advise Lucius.".. .The B-36 feud is smoldering
again. This time. Instead of the Navy and Air Force bickering,,
it's the Army and Air Force. Army Generals believe the Air Fores
snould spend its money on tactical planes to support ground
troops, but the Air Force wants to build more B-36's for strategic
bombing.
(Copyright, 19S1, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Los militares estn
sujetos al control
del Gobierno civil
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 (UP)
Los lderes Republicanos del
Congreso sostuvieron una reu-
nin secreta hoy para discutir
la posibilidad de tratar de ob-
jetar la orden del Presidente
Truman destituyendo a Mac
Arthur.
El lider de la minora de la
Cmara Josepr Martin Jr. le di-
jo a su secretarlo: "Consgame a
MacArthur en Tokio".
El Senador Etyles Bridkes di-
(Pasa a ta Patina h. Columna 71
TEXTO DE LA ORDEN
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 (UP)
El siguiente es el texto de la
orden del Presidente Truman
al General MacArthur destitu-
yndolo de su cargo de Coman-
dante:
"Orden al General MacArthur
del Presidente:
"Yo lamento profundamente
que es mi deber como Presiden-
te y Comandante en Jefe de las
Fuerzas Militares de Estados
Unidos reemplazarlo a usted co-
mo Comandante Supremo de las
potencias aliadas. Comandante
en Jefe del Lejano Oriente y
Comandante General del Ejr-
cito de Estados Unidos en el
Lejano Oriente."
(Pasa i* Par Col 7)
Educacin seala el horario
de exmenes del Instituto de
Verano y dicta un comunicado
El Ministerio de Educacin1
dio esta maflana a la prensa el
siguiente comunicado:
Este Ministerio contina reci-
biendo numerosas solicitudes de
los alumnos maestros del Ins-
tituto de Verano para presentar
los exmenes del Instituto de
Verano de acuerdo con lo que
menes de acuerdo con lo que
establece el Resuelto to. 90 de
6 de Abril del presente ao.
Se espera que ya para el 11
de los corrientes, se habrn re-
cibido las solicitudes de los que
an faltan.
Se recuerda a los alumnos
maestros del Instituto de Vera-
no, que deben comunicar a la
Direccin General del Ministe-
rio el lugar que han escogido pa-
ra presentar exmenes y las
escuelas en que tendrn lugar
los exmenes del "Instituto de
Verano".
La Chiriqui Land
tendr Pabellones
en Feria de Coln
COLON, abril 10. (JB).
La conocida empresa agrcola-
Industrial Chiriqui Land Co.,
tendr un suntuoso pabelln en
la Feria Agropecuaria Comer-
cial que tendr verificativo en
esta ciudad del 12 al 20 del mes
entrante.
Segn los datos llegados a
esta redaccin, la Chiriqui Land
Co. que tiene actividades agr-
colas en Puerto Armuelles y en
Almirante, har una exposicin
de lo ms, interesante de los
productos forestales y agrcolas
que se producen en las provin-
cias de Bocas del Toro y Chi-
riqui.
Hasta donde estamos infor-
mados, el gerente de la Com-
paa, don Gardner A. Myrlck
ha dispuesto que la Chiriqui
Land Co. est adecuadamente
representada en la feria co-
lonense, y en -el pabelln se
mostrarn al pblico produc-
tos agrcolas y manufacturados,
a base de maderas nativas, fi-
bra de ac, semillas de cacao.
Injertos, plantas ornamentales
y otras variedades.
De Puerto Armuelles vendr
una lucida exposicin de ma-
deras, nueces o corozos de a-
ceite, semillas escogidas de ba-
nano y otros productos. De Al-
mirante y Changuinola vendr
fibra de abac, nuez moscada,
frutas de cacao y artculos ma-
nufacturados con fibra de aba-
c. Entre esos artculos ven-
drn muestras de gorras, chi-
nelas, clnturones, tapetes para
mesitas, forros para vasos, car-
teras de mujer, sandalias, y o-
tras variedades fabricadas en
Changuinola con fibra de aba-
c.
Alto jefe militar
de Gran Bretaa
visitar Panam
El Vicealmirante, Sir Richard
Symonds-Taylor, K.B.E..C.B., lle-
gar a Balboa en el Barco de
Su Majestad "Superb" el dia S-
bado, 14 de Abril, a las 8.00 am.
El "Superb", un crucero de
9.000 toneladas de desplazamien-
to, est bajo el mando del Capi-
tn W. J. Yendell, y lleva una
tripulacin de 60 oficiales y 750
hombres marinos.
La historia del "Superb" y las
notas biogrficas del Almirante
Sir Richard Symonds-Taylor y
el Capitn Yendell, estn In-
cluidas.
La visita a Panam y la Zona
del Canal terminar en la ma-
drugada del dia lunes, 17 de
Abril, cuando el barco transitar
el canal en camino a su base en
Bermuda.
Se ha organizado un progra-
ma completo para los das de
visita del barco, incluyendo una
recepcin a bordo del "Superb"
ofrecida por el Vicealmirante en
honor del Presidente dla Rep-
blica, y un "cocktail party" en
la Legacin Britnica el dia s-
bado en la tarde, seguida por
una comida ofrecida por el Co-
mandante Jefe del Comando del
Caribe, Teniente Coronel W. H.
Morris, en honor del Almirante
Symonds-Taylor.
Durante su visita a sta el
"Superb", estar en el Muelle 7,
Balboa._________________
Cien accidentes
ms de trnsito
aumentan por ao
De acuerdo con datos esta-
dsticos suministrados a la
prensa, durante el primer se-
mestre del ao de 1950, per-
dieron la vida 24 personas en
el territorio de la Repblica.
Durante ese mismo lapso de
tiempo, ocurrieron un total de
2.8R4 accidentes, entre colisio-
nes vuelcos y atropellos. En los
primeros seis meses del ao de
1950 resultaron heridos en ac-
cidentes 748 personas.
De acuerdo con las cifras in-
dicadas en loe cuadro* estads-
ticos, los accidentes automovi-
lsticos con su colorarlo de
muertos y heridos, aumenta ca-
da ao en forma alarmante.
Los cuadros muestran las si-
guientes cifras: 1953: 1,553 ac-
cidentes; 1944: 1568 acciden-
tes; 1945: 1976 accidentes; 1946:
2.786 accidentes; 1947: 2,804 ac-
cidentes; 1948: 2,916 accidentes;
1949: 2,884 accidentes. El au-
mento denota un promedio de
aumento de cien accidentes ms
cada ao.
"Ha sido su mejor hora"
Estremece aE.U. la remocin de MacArthur
En Europa creen que se ha
desvanecido grave peligro
Durante meses se temi que
el General metera a la ONU
en la alcantarilla asitica
"s incapaz de darle todo su
apoyo a la poltica de las
naciones unidas" dice Truman
"Pero su puesto como uno de los ms grandes co-
mandantes queda establecido en la historia"
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 (UP). La capital se estremeci de
sorpresa y las reacciones polticas ocurrieron cuando las noticias
de la destitucin de MacArthur se extendieron por telefono y de
boca en boca. .,,, .
La reaccin-del Congreso fue en su mayora partidista. Mu-
chos Republicanos pidieron el regreso inmediato de MacArthur
a los Estados Unido* y una Investigacin por el Concreso.
El Departamento de Estado transmiti la noticia un poco
despus de la una de la maana a travs de "La Vos de Ameri-
ca" para el mundo entere, y la colonia diplomtica fue avisada.
Las misiones diplomticas norteamericanas en el extranjero fue-
ron avisadas por medio de mensajes urgentes.
El Secretario de Estado Asistente, Dean Rusk, le telefoneo a
todos los jefes de misiones diplomticas, cuyas tropas estn lu-
chando en Corea.
El Horario de Exmenes del
Instituto de Verano
Dia Mircoles 18
Ciencias, crecimiento y desa-
(Pasa a la Pagn t>. Columna 7)
Hombre de negocios
de Estados Unidos
est en Panam
Sobre sanidad se
celebrar ciclo
de conferencias
Muy pronto iniciar la C-
mara de Jvenes un Ciclo de
Conferencias en su Campaa
de Educacin Sanitaria en es-
ta ciudad para el ao de 1151
Con el tpico del Alcoholis-
mo, a cargo del Dr. Kaled, la
Campaa de Educacin Sani-
taria de 1951, iniciar la C-
mara de Jvenes su tarea de
divulgacin de los principales
{iroblemas que afectan la sa-
ud del panameo
En su ltima sesin especial,
la Cmara de Jvenes esaba
ultimando los detalles de esta
actividad de al manera que
rada mircoles se trate un v-
iico distinto en un lugar di-
eren te.
Se encuentra de paso en es-
ta ciudad el seor Spencer H.
Lewis,- prominente hombre de
negocios, vinculado a diversas
firmas comerciales de Panam
y Centro y Sur Amrica.
El seor Lewis est hospe-
dado en el hotel El Panama y
durante su estada en Panam
visitar los establecimientos co-
merciales de esta ciudad y de
Coln.
El seor Lewis es Gerente
de Exportacin de la Easy
Washing Machine Corp., fabri-
cantes de las mquinas de la-
var 'Easy' y realiza un reco-
rrido por Centro y Sur Amri-
ca, visitando las diversas fir-
mas comerciales representantes
(Pasa a la pgina 7, col.
En difcil labor
ser trasladada
Estatua de Bolvar
NUEVA YORK, abril 11. (UP)
La estatua ecuestre de Si-
mn Bolvar ser trasladada
hoy a su nuevo pedestal en
una difcil maniobra que to-
mar posiblemente cuatro ho-
ras.
Los neoyorkinos vern el ex-
trao espectculo de una es-
tatua de 15 pies de alta y pe-
sando cinco -toneladas, siendo
llevada en un vagn a remolque
por las calles de la metrpoli.
La estatua ser llevada 20
cuadras desde el almacn mu-
nicipal en la Calle 79 por la
Octava Avenida o por el cen-
tro del parque, dependiendo de
las condiciones del trfico, has-
ta la desembocadura de la A-
venlda de las Americas en el
extremo meridional del Parque
Central.
A la llegada a su destino
ser levantada por una gra
gigante que la depositar n
el pedestal con base de veinte
pies. La gra empleada para
la maniobra es una de las ma-
yores del mundo, con un brazo
de cien pies de largo.
La estatua ocupar uno de
los dos lugares de honor en la
Plaza de las Americas. El otro
lo ocupar la estatua de San
Martn, obsequio de Buenos Al-
res a la ciudad de Nueva York
Durante los ltimos 30 aos
la estatua de Bolivar ha ocu-
pado una lomita en el Inte-
rior del Parque Central en un
lugar poco frecuentado. En el
nuevo pedestal estar constan-
temente a la vista del pblico.
La segunda inauguracin de
la estatua de Bolvar tendr
lugar el 19 de abril, fiesta pa-
tria de Venezuela, en una ce-
remonia que segn los planes
elaborados ser de gran luci-
miento. Asistirn los Ministros
de Relaciones Exteriores de to-
dos los pases bolivarianos con
excepcin de Panam,
Reproducimos la fotografa del
General Matthew B. Ridgway
luciendo la condecoracin de
Vasco Nez de Balboa que le
fu impuesta por la Repblica
de Panam.
TOKIO, Abril 11 (UP)El Ge-
neral MacArthur recibi la noti-
cia de su destitucin "magnfi-
camente", de acuerdo con su se-
cretario militar, el General
Courtney Whitnsy.
Dijo que a MacArthur "no se
le levant un solo pelo" al sa-
ber que haba sido relevado de
su Comando por el Presidente
Truman. Dijo Whitney: "Sus
cualidades de soldado nunca es-
tuvieron ms pronunciadas. Yo
creo que sta ha -sido su mejor
.hora".
Tambin dijo que MacArthur
no tenia comentarlos que hacer
sobre su destitucin "por el mo-
mento."
Hasta el momento no hay in-
dicios sobre cundo MacArthur
abandonar el Japn o hacia
dnde se dirigir. Truman le or-
den a MacArthur que entrega-
ra el comando "Inmediatamen-
te" al General Matthew B. Ridg-
way y trasladarse "al lugar que
usted elija".
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 (UP)
El lder Republicano de la C-
mara, Joseph Martn, dijo que
haba sostenido una conversa-
cin telefnica con el General
MacArthur y que ste regresara
a Estados Unidos dentro de unas
tres semanas.
Puntas de lanza enfilan
los aliados hacia las
defensas comunistas
Doce divisiones nor-coreanas desesperadamente lu-
chan por detener el avance implacable
TOKIO, abril 11. (UP).
Los tanques y tropas de las
Naciones Unidas lograron avan-
ces limitados en ambos extre-
mos del 'frente de 106 mfllai
desde el rio Imjln a la costa
oriental, logrando colocar pun-
tas de lanza hacia las defensas
Sealan las horas
para exmenes a
unos estudiantes
El Centro de Salud Smiliano
Ponce J. ha informado que los
estudiantes de la escuela Jo-
sefina Tapia deben asistir a
dicha clnica de lunes a vier-
nes de 8 10 de la maana.
En dicho Centro de Salud se
le harn loa exmenes mdicos
que se han establecido para es-
colares y se les expedirn los
certificados de salud respecti-
vos.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
21,200
comunistas en el centro de la
linea, de acuerdo con despa-
chos del frente.
El remanente de las fuerzas
norcoreanas, quizs cerca de 12
divisiones norcoreaans lucha-
ban desesperadamente por de-
tener el avance de los aliados
en el sureste de la reserva de
Hwachon y el suroeste de Inje,
pero tambin abandonaron esa
ciudad por la carretera de
Hongchon a la costa oriental.
Las superforlalezas B-29 rea-
lizaron ataques nocturnos con-
tra concentraciones de tropas
cerca de Chorwon anoche. Una
estricta censura impidi cono-
cer el progreso de la lucha por
la reserva de Hwachon y su
importante represa en el fren-
te central.
Aparentemente los comunis-
tas todava poseen la represa
a siete millas al Norte del Pa-
ralelo 38, habiendo abierto diez
de las 18 compuertas de la
misma en un intento de demo-
rar el avance aliado hacia el
.territorio comunista. La repen-
tina salida de agua alz el ni-
vel del rio Pukhan, siete o
ms pies en algunos sectores,
pero el ro no habia salido de
su cauce.
Las fuerzas americanas y
francesas llegaron al extremo
(Pasa a la pgina 7, Columna 4)
Gen. Douglas MaeArthur
Se encuentran documentos que
posiblemente demuestren que
existi red de espionaje aqu
En 24 cajas abandonadas en
poder del Custodio de Bienes
de los Extranjeros que fueron
expatriados durante la II Gue-
rra Mundial, la Biblioteca Na-
cional acaba de descubrir do-
cumentos que posiblemente de-
I muestren la existencia de una
| red de espionaje alemn y Ja-
' pones en los bordes del canal.
Entre loe documentos que han
i llamado poderosamente la a-
! tencin se encuentra un plano
| de una base militar, que ce su -
I pone sea la de Albrook Field
marcado con flechas que indi-
, can un punto especial que pue-
; de ser una indicacin de un
punto de bombardeos.
Rollos de fotografas sin re-
----------1--------------------------------------
Los fotgrafos
se renen
en El Panam
Maana a las cinco de la
tarde tendr una importante
reunin en el hotel El Pana-
m, todos los -rstgrafos miem-
bros del Sindicato de Periodis-
tas de Panam, para tratar a-
suntos importantes relacionados
con su profesin.
Los fotgrafos sern atendl-
dos por el gerente de ese es-
tablecimiento.
velar de barcos y del canal;
fotosrafias de oficiales alema-
, nes nazis que como particula-
i res trabajaban en este pas,
todo lo cual se presta a indicar
el importante descubrimiento
de una red de espionaje nazi
en nuestro pas, en aquella po-
ca.
El hallazgo se produjo cuan-
do don Horacio Alfaro, (q.e.p.d.)
jefe de la comisin de custo-
dio de bienes extranjeros llam
a /ion Galileo Patino, director
de la Biblioteca Nacional, para
que usara los libros que podan
encontrarse en unas cajaa que
se encontraban en un deposito
| de Rentas Internas y que per-
tenecan a los extranjeros ex-
patriados por motivos de segu-
ridad militar de nuestro pais.
; Entre los depsitos sanearlos
encontrados habia mas de dos
millones de balboas ea diversos
bancos.
Pasaportes que se suponen
falsificados, propaganda nazi,
otografias de conocidos alema-
nes residentes en nuestro pais
con uniformes nazis, banderas
de dicho partido y una gran
biblioteca y enciclopedia Japo-
nesa. Hay muchos libros que
demuestran la gran cultura de
sus poseedores y adems pro-
ductos qumicos especiales. Ho-
Jitas de mensajes en clave y
1 (Pasa a la pgina 7, coL 1
Publica El Mundo
gran edicin de
250 pginas
HABANA, Abril 11 (UP)El
matutino 'El Mundo" public la
ms grande edicin-250 pgi-
nas-que se haya publicado en
Cuba y quizs en todo Latino
Amrica, en celebracin de su 60
Aniversario.
La edicin tambin incluye
un suplemento grfico tamao
tabloide de 46 paginas, con co-
piai fciosttic*. de las principa-
les pginas publicadas por "El
Mundo" durante su historia, asi
como un libreto de 200 pginas
titulado "Medio Siglo de "El
Mundo".
La edicin se vender a 20
centavos el ejemplar, y ser dis-
tribuida a los suscrlptores por
medio de una escuadra de cien
automviles. La circulacin dia-
ria de "El Mundo" es de 35,000
ejemplares y los Domingos 60,000
La ONU reconoce
la eficiencia del
Censo de Panam
La Direccin de nuestros
Censos ha recibido una hon-
rosa felicitacin y reconoci-
miento de eficiencia de parte
de la Oficina de Estadstica
de las Naciones Unidas. El se-
or William R. Leonard, Di-
rector del a Oficina mencio-
nada, en carta fechada el tres
del presente y dirigida a la
Dlrctora de Estadstica y Cen-
sos de la Contralora General
de la Repblica, seorita Car-
men MlrT se expresa en la si-
guiente ellogiosa forma, al a-
cusar recibo del Primer Bole-
tn Informativo de nuestros
Censos:
"Permtame felicitar a usted
como Directora de dic'no Ceiu,
y, por su digno conducto, al
personal que particip en la
preparacin y ejecucin del
mismo, por la pronta publi-
cacin de los resultados cen-
sales provisionales, que siente
un ejemplo de eficacia en la
difusin de las cifras de los
censos. Mucho le agradecer
hacerme enviar la documenta-
cin correspondiente al Censo
de 1950 de su pais."
Loe sobrios conceptos del se-
or Leonard constituyen un
alto crdito para la Direccin
de nuestros Censos. El Boletn
(Pasa a la pagina 7, col. O
Ser celebrado el
Da Panamericano
en esta ciudad
Con motivo del Dia Pana-
mericano, la Mesa Redonda
Panamericana de Mujeres pre-
sentar una funcin radial en
esta ciudad.
Estas actividades forman per
te de las celebraciones de es-
te dia en que por primera v-;a
en 1890 tuvo lugar la Primara
Conferencia Interamericana, de
ia cual evolucion la Organi-
zacin de los Estados Ameri-
canos.
La primera celebracin ofi-
cial en todas las Americas to-
lva lugar el 14 de abril de 11*31,
!y aunque no habr celebra-
r:.n oficial en nuestro pas, la
Mesa Redonda Panamericana
de Mujeres de nuestro pai3
har la celebracin especial.
El Presidente Truman orden su suspensin de to-
dos sus Comandos en el Lejano Oriente
LONDRES, abril 11. (UP,).
Gran Bretaa y Europa
interpretaron la separacin
del General MacArthur como
un movimiento que ha des-
vanecido, por el momento, la
amenaza de la extensin de
la guerra de Corea a una
guerra en gran escala con
la China Comunista.
Tanto Gran Bretaa como
los aliados en Europa Occi-
dental temieron durante me-
ses que el General MacAr-
thur metera a las Naciones
Unidas, en lo que los fun-
cionarlos oficiales de Europa
Occidental llamaron "alcan-
tarilla asitica".
El Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores de Gran Bretaa ha-
r unas declaraciones "com-
prensivas" sobre los puntos de
vista britnicos en la Cmara
de los Comunes.
Un portavoz del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores de Fran-
cia dijo que "la decisin de
Truman ha establecido que s-
te, al igual que el Gobierno
francs, piensa que no debe ex-
tenderse la guerra de Corea".
En Roma, el Canciller Italia-
no, Conde Cario Sfona, dijo
que la dextltucl* de MacAr-
thur es "lo mei udo
hacer". Dijo que 'la decisin
de Truman fue mejor de lo
que la mayora de los genera-
les en este lado del Atlntico
esperaban".
WASHINGTON, abril 11. (UP)
El Presidente Truman orde-
n suspender al General Dou-
glas MacArthur de todos sus
comandos en el Lejano Orien-
te y nombr al General Mat-
thew B. Rldway en su reem-
plazo, mientras que el General
James A. Van Fleet reempla-
zar a Rldway como Coman-
dante del Octavo Ejrcito, en
Corea.
El Presidente Traman acu-
s a MacArthur de rehusar
"apoyar" las polticas de Es-
tados Unidos y las Naciones
Unidas. La Casa Blanca hiso
pblicas los cambios de men-
sajes y otros documentos de-
signados a apoyar la acusa-
cin. Sin embargo, la Casa
Blanca expres su "senti-
miento" tanto al pblico co-
mo a MacArthur de que el
Presidente Traman haba de-
cidido reemplazar al Gene-
ral de cinco estrellas.
Van Fleet recibi las rde-
nes en Florida, en donde so
encontraba en vacaciones. Van
Fleet se encuentra rumbo a
Washington.
Todo parece indicar que el
Presidente Truman decidi re-
emplazar a MacArthur repen-
tinamente. Se espera que la
reaccin popular en Estados U-
nldos ser fuerte.
Los periodistas fueron levan-
tados de sus camas poco des-
pus de media noche, median
te citacin de la Casa BlMu.a.
Cerca de 50 periodistas y fo-
tgrafos se congregaron en la
oficina del Secretarlo del Pre-
sidente, Joseph Short. A la un
de la madrugada, a puertas ce-
rradas, Short le entreg a loa
periodistas la orden del Pre*
sldente y unas declaraciones a-
compafiadas por siete pruebas
en mimegrafo apoyando lo
cargos contra MacArthur por
(Pasa la P* Col 7>
Quienes no presenten debidas
credenciales de idoneidad no
podrn ejercer la docencia
El seor Manuel de jy
cando visitador de las L
las Particulares de la Re
ca, nos ha informado, para
nocimlento de los interesal,
que no podrn ejercer la do-
cencia en ningn plantel par-
ticular de la Repblica quienes
no posean credenciales de ido-
neidad profesional, debidamen-
te reconocidos por el Ministe-
rio de Educacin, como una
garanta para los que reciben
su aprendizaje en los distin-
tos niveles de la enseanza.
A continuacin ofrecemos las
informaciones completas de los
(Pasa a te Pg. 6. Col. O
Siguen activando
la celebracin de
la Feria de Coln
El Alcalde de la ciudad de
Coln, don Jos Dominador
Bazn se encontraba hoy en la
ciudad en gestiones para la
feria Agropecuaria, ComercH'
e Industrial que se celebrar
en esa ciudad-
Las gestiones del Alcalde Ba-
zn tienen que ver con la .;
irida de toros que se piensa
celebrar en la feria, pues se
quiere acondicionar, sin daar
la pista de carreras, al EoU-
lo de Coln dotndola oe
una valla de metal para c-
lebrar esas fiestas.
En dicha pista, nos inform
el Alcalde de Coln, se mon-
tar adems un tipleo roeo
americano y se est tratan-
do de conseguir la autoriza-
cin del Ministerio de Educa-
cin.
En la feria habr, nos diio
un concurso ds bandas de m i-
sica de Panam. Coln y la
Zona del Canal, que ser upo
de los ms interesantes es-
pectculos de la feria.
Nos Inform tambin que la
Embajada Mxico haba ofree
*cldo treinta pelculas para
presentarlas durante la feria.
ionan los Leones
honor de la Srta.
Olga Mara Barraza
Los Leones y seoras de la
capital, sesionarn esta noche
a las S en punto en el Club del
Golf, en honor a su reina, la
bella y culta seorita Olga Ma-
ria Barraza, quien los repre-
sentar como tal en la Magna
Convencin Nacional de Leo-
nes que ha de celebrarse en
la ciudad de La Chorrera du-
rante los das sbado 14 y do-
mingo 15 del corriente.
Para la sesin de esta no-
che tienen los leones capita-
linos varios importantes asun-
tos que tratar, y los cuales casi
todos se refieren a la asisten-
cia del Club de Panam con
una numerosa delegacin al ms
Importante evento leonistico del
ao que es la Convencin Na-
cional.
Un simptico y sentido ofre-
cimiento de la sesin ser he-
cho a su Majestad Olga Mara
la., candldata de fuerza para
conquistar en La Chorrera el
cetro de Reina Nacional, para
entonces vlapar a Managua,
Nicaragua, donde en Conven-
cin Centroamericana de Leo-
nes, ser escogida la Reina Cen-
troamericana del Leonismo.


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MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11, 1951
PanamaAmtca
MARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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LAS DECLARACIONES DE MAC ARTHUR
Hac pocos das el Comandante de todas las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas en Corea, (ene-
ral Douglas MacArthur, declar pblicamente en-
tre otras cosas que la actual guerra del Lejano
Oriente, en la forma como est planteada, debera
llevar al nimo de los dirigentes de la poltica oc-
cidental el convencimiento de la necesidad de ar-
mar al gobierno de Formosa para que ste coopere
en la lucha contra el comunismo en Asia.
Esa declaracin ha provocado, como es sabido,
un intenso debate en la opinin pblica del mundo,
especialmente en los Estados Unidos de Amrica e
Inglaterra. Como suele suceder en estos casos se
han formado dos grandes bandos, uno a favor del
pronunciamiento de MacArthur y el otro en contra
de su actitud. Por otra parte, se hace referencia a
. la cuestin de disciplina militar, punto de vista
desde el cual se considera tal declaracin algo com-
prometedora para el Comandante del Japn. Por ra-
zn de este extremo y acaso por otros el Gene-
ral MacArthur, cuya actuacin en sus mltiples y
Variadas facetas pareciera ya estar envuelta en los
maravillosos pliegues de prodigiosa leyenda, fue
destituido esta madrugada.
Haciendo a un lado ese aspecto de tipo disci-
plinario bien se puede hacer un breve comentario
de carcter poltico al plan sugerido por MacAr-
thur.
Es indiscutible que el imperialismo comunista
ha elegido el continente asitico para sus conquis-
tas inmediatas que luego se dirigirn contra Eu-
ropa y Amrica. Es indiscutible tambin que ya Ru-
sia est dominando un inmenso sector en Asia y
que ello constituye una gran amenaza para el inun-
do occidental. A esto hay que agregar que Rusia es-
t haciendo su campaa con el sacrificio humano
. de] esclavizado pueblo chino sojuzgado por el r-
gimen rojo.
La idea, pues, de armar al ejrcito de la China
. nacionalista para contrarrestar la accin de los co-
munistas no debe ser desechada a primera vista.
Por el contrario, dele 6t objelo le un detenido eg-
; tudio.
Naturalmente que no se puede ignorar el hecho
de que equipar las fuerzas de Formosa podra lle-
var consigo una conflagracin internacional mayor,
acaso la tercera guerra mundial. Pero si para all
es hacia donde van las pretenciones de Mosc lo
lgico es prevenir el mal. No cabe duda que si se
permite que Rusia vaya dominando parcialmente
el Asia, al cabo de algn tiempo ese continente es-
tar bajo la dictadura roja y entonces sera ms
difcil la situacin dej -mundo libre.
En trminos generales se puede decir que la
"' opinin de MacArthur, aun desvinculada totalmen-
te de la aureola que rodea su nombre, sirve en este
caso para abrir un debate pblico en torno a un
serio problema que afecta1 hondamente la suerte
de la civilizacin occiden
CITACIN URGENTE
Se cita a los siguientes depositantes para que concurran urgentemente a las
oficinas de la Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam, S.A., durante lag horas hbi-
les a fin de entrevistarse con el Director General, Sr. Justo Fablo Arosemena
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
,* : v.
IMITANDO AL PAPA.El To Sam tiene a otro Rickenbacker
en la tuerza Area. Se trata de William r hijo del hroe de la
aviacin durante la pasada guerra. Col. Eddie Rickenbacker. Aqui
vemos a William prestando el juramento de rigor.
Adquiera lo que necesite
en nuestro
CLUB de 50 semanas J
Ollas de presin "Tempo"
Bicicletas "Viking"
Lmparas de mesa
c*
COLON ELOY ALFARO,
CANDIDATO.
Leo una Informacin que lle-
ga del Ecuador y me Impresio-
n profundamente. Un esa in-
formacin se habla de la posi-
bilidad de que Coln Eloy Al-
faro, el prestigioso y dinmico
caballero tan popular en Pana-
m, sea el candidato para la
Presidencia de la Repblica
del Ecuador.
Yo no me he de inmiscuir en
la poltica lnierna del pueblo
ecuatoriano. Pere, la verdad,
me ha cado bien la noticia.
Pienso que Coln Eloy Alta-
ro el Coronel Coln Eloy Al-
faro, que la cariosa confian-
za no est reida con el respe-
to merece la, distincin y
merece adems el triunfo.
No han pasado para ningn
panameo desapercibidas las
preocupaciones de Coln Eloy
por los asuntos de su patria
durante los ltimos veinticinco
aos Como Embajador de su
pais en Panam, como Emba-
jador de su pas en Washing-
ton, Coln Eioy Alfaro se na
distinguido con valor propio,
con muestra de acuciosidad y
de habilidad numerosas.
Coln Eloy Alfaro no ha es-
tado un minuto fuera del
Ecuador, a pesar de vivir aos
y aos entre Panam y los Es-
tados Unidos. Coln Eloy Alfaro
ha tratado con cuanto ecuato-i
rlano ,ha llegado a Panam o a
Washington. Lo ha ayudado, ha
sido su colaborador. Las aten-
ciones de Coln Eloy superan a
lo corriente. Y en medio de su
ajetreo de hombre de negocios,
de caballero entre caballeros
enterado del mnimo detalle de
la poltica internacional, ha
encontrado tiempo para medi-
tar aquella que mas conviene
ai Ecuador, para concebir re-
formas sustanciales, para en-
contrar soluciones a problemas
que cualquiera Imaginara inso-
luoles.
Y no es de hombres dado a
figurar, a que se le nombre en
los peridicos, a que se le
"bombee." Coln Eloy Alfaro
evade su nombre. Le place ha-
cer y que no se diga. Por lo
mismo ha retiidos -amigos sin-
ceros, qf le quieren de verdad.
Yo he visto en Washington
como le he visto en Panama.
Hace veinticinco aos una de
sus clsicas "peas" era una de
intelectuales que existia por es-
tas tierras de Vasco Nunez ue
Balboa. 8e denominaba la To-
rre de los Siete. No eran siete
los de la torre: eran ms. Po-
dr detallar algn capitulo de
la vida de esa Torre Roque
Javier Laurenza por enton-
ces un muchachito lleno de -
vlda curiosidad , Manuel Roy,
Ramon Arosemena, el Dr. J.
D. Moscote. Quieren ustedes
personajes ms diversos en sus
actitudes y en sus aficiones?
Pues de todos ellos era ami-
go Coln Eloy Alfaro. A todos
atenda. A todos los estimaba.
Charlaban en las fiestas de la
Torre. Era el Invitante. Era el
invitado. 8u personalidad e
adaptaba al medio. Su perso-
nalidad creca Va, cual la es-
puma de un mar de borrasca.
Borrasca que consista en in-
quietud y en cordialidad al pro-
pio tiempo.
No es la primera vez que
suena el nombre de Coln Eioy
Alfaro para candidato a la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica del
Ecuador.
Adems ese nombre posee
tradicin.
La sombra de aquel magni-
fico seor, tan siglo XIX, que
fue el General Eloy Alfaro
acoge al hijo. EJoy Alfaro fu
el patriota Inmaculado. Y esa
herencia dej a Coln Eloy. La
eleccin de Presidente de Coln
Eloy seri- esa compensacin ur-
gente que merece el nombre y la
vida del viejo general que tan-
to quiso al Istmo y que ofreci
su vida al Ecuador.
Tenemos que reconocerlo. Y
tenemos que sentir en nuestras
almas lo que significa la can-
didatura de Colon Eloy Alfa-
ro en la Amrica de esta hora
Significa libertad. Justicia, leal-
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su pais.
Insisto en que no pretendo
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Ecuador. Lo considero Inade-
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---------------al mismo tiempo!---------
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i Clorofila i. Ifectivomente elimine
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Seleccione* de Noviembre, patina S.S
reporta la mgica "mediaina verde
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de mayo, la organizacin en
todas las escuelas del Distri-
to de un Cuerpo Infantil y
Juvenil de Investigadores con-
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Literatura Pornogrfica.
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cargados de seguir y lograr la
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MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11. 1951
CL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INCFE5DIKNW
PAGINA TREI
Figueres pide que se abandone
el principio de no intervencin
Campesinos chinos muertos de
hambre se vuelven canbales
HOMO KONG, abril 11. P). Informes llegados del
sur de China dicen -que los
campesinos muertos de ham-
bre han recurrido al caniba-
lismo, y que las autoridades
comunistas Chinas han arres-
tado y fusilado a gran n-
mero de personas por sto.
Los mismos Informes dicen
que las familias cambiaban a
sus Hijos para no tener que
matar a los suyos propios.
Las autoridades sostuvieron
una conferencia de emergen-
cia para buscar la manera de
aliviar el hambre, ya que han
ocurrido muchas muertes por
Inanicin. Los campesinos tie-
nen que comer hierba silves-
tre, lo cual les ocasiona la
muerte a menudo.
Los clculos oficiales Indi-
can que la cosecha de granos
ser menor que la de 1936 en
un 15 por ciento, pero con to-
do y esto .el Gobierno con-
tina exportando miles de to-
neladas de arroz para cam-
biarlas por materias Industria-
les.
Se instalarn elaciones de
radio flotantes para entrar
la llamada "cortina de hierro
por Steffan ANDREWS
(N.A.N..A.I
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 P.S.). Los Estados Unidos
proyectan construir ur.a "red"
secreta de estaciones de radio
flotantes para penetrar la otra
"cortina de hierro" sovitica,
la de la interferencia roja a
las transmisione: de radio oc-
cidentales. Como es sabido, 'os
rusos tienen un sistema ele
"acallar" las transmisiones oc-
cidentales que le cuesta casi
toda su eficacia a stas.
El plan norteamericano es
uno de los ms Interesantes y
modernos medios para pene-
trar la muralla Invisible que
es como una especie de "cor-
tina de hierro aerea" para ais-
lar a los pueblos dominados
por el Kremlin de todo con-
tacto con el mundo libre.
Estas estaciones, que ten-
drn gran potencia, sern seis
por ahora, y se las instalar
en puntos secretos a un costo
de algo ms de un milln de
dlares cada una. La primera,
segn se indica, comenzar a
funcionar el lo. de Julio prxi-
mo desde un barco situado "en
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algn punto del Atlntico."
SI esta estacin da buenos
resultados, se instalarn cinco
o seis estaciones ms en dis-
tintos puntos del globo. Todas
sern designadas con nombres
convencionales: East, Mike,
Frank, George y Peter La pri-
mera se llamar Vagabund.
Consistir, esencialmente, en
aparatos trasmlsore* de gran
poder, montados en embarca-
ciones operadas por motores
Diesel que se estacionarn en
puntos afuera del limite de do-
ce millas de las aguas terri-
toriales reconocido internacio-
nalmente.
El proyecto ha sido aproba-
do por el estadr mayor com-
binado y el Departamento de
Estado, Junto con el de Ma-
rina.
Foy D. Kohler, Jefe de las
transmisiones de radio inter-
nacionales del Departamento
de Estado indica que las nue-
vas estaciones darn a las
transmisiones de LA VOZ DE
AMERICA una movilidad que
seguramente podr perforar la
Cortina de Hierro. Kohler ex-
plic todo el proyecto en una
reunin secreta del subcomll
de gastos de la Cmara de Re-
presentantes.
Segn se seala, la princi-
pal ventaja de las estaciones
flotantes es que acortarn el
periodo de construccin re-
querido por las d- tierra, a !
vez que darn un elemento de
seguridad de que han careci-
do las transmisiones de LA
VOZ DE AMERICA.
Kohler indica que la tcnica
de establecer estaciones tras-
misoras en barcos fu perfec-
cionada el ao pasado, despus
de que los rusos lograron blo-
quear las trasmisiones de las
estaciones de tierra occidenta-
les.
El costo de las nuevas esta-
ciones ser algo mayor que ol
de las terrestres, pero esta des-
Lo justifica as
si escandaloso
caso de La Prensa
WASHINGTON, abril 11. P). __ El ex-Presldente de Cos-
ta Rica, Jos Figueres, hablan-
do en la reunin de la Asocia-
cin de Norte-Americanos Pro
Accin Democrtica,, incluy la
clausura de La Prensa Junto
con otros dos incidentes que
segn l. constituyen una fla-
grante violacin de los dere-
chos individuales en el hemis-
ferio occidental.
Dijo que esos otros dos In-
cidentes han sido "el encar-
celamiento" del dirigente poli-
tico peruano Victor Ral Na-
ya da la Torre en Lima, y la
detencin del dirigente obrero
Luis Uebuc en Caracas.
Figueres ptdi a los pueblos
americanos que abandonen,
por "anticuado", el principio
de no intervencir. Afirm que
"la defensa de los derechos
humanos es un deber super-
naclonal que va ms all de
las fronteras geogrficas".
ventaja es compensada por li-
tros factores,'entre ellos el de
que estarn fuera del alcance
de un posible ataque del Ejr-
cito Rojo, lo cual no puede de-
cirse de aquellas instaladas rn
Europa occidental y otros
puntos.
Los funcionarlos norteameri-
canos manifiestan que se na
decidido construir estas esta-
ciones portenerse el convenci-
miento de que los rusos no
suspendern su prctica d
"acallar" las trasmisiones oc-
cidentales, a pesar de que las
Naciones Unidas adoptaron
una resolucin pidindoles que
abandonaran tal prctica.
De ahora en adelante, pues,
te lucharn contra ellos con
las mismas armas. Esta guerra
de radio entr en un periodo
de mayor Intensidad en febre-
ro de 1948, cuando los rusos
comenzaron a Interferir las
trasmisiones de onda corta
norteamericanas.
la Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer en
Technicolor "El Gran Caruso"
fu preexhibida en Hollywood
recientemente. Lanza, que per-
sonific al gran cantante de
la pantalla, por lo visto emo-
cion en grado sumo a los es-
pectadores de los palcos, quie-
nes prorrumpieron en aplau-
sos y hurras despus de que
el Joven actor Interpret al-
gunas arlas de pera.
Cuando Caruso se encontra-
ba en la cspide de su bri-
llante carrera, con frecuencia
era aclamado por "cantar
las galeras", donde l crea
se encontraban los verdaderos
amantes de la msica.
oOo
Deborah Keer se est con-
virtiendo en una experta pro-
ductora de films.
La inteligente actriz termin
la compaginacin de varias
docenas de rollos de pelcula
en colores, que ella y su es-
poso, Anthony 3artley, toma-
ron en el Africa durante su
expedicin para el rodaje de
"Las Minas del Rey Salomn",
y ahora ha comenzado a tra-
bajar en el arreglo final de
treinta rollos que expuso olla
misma "cuando en la Ciudad
Santa filmando la cinta de la
Metro Goldwyn Mayer "Quo
Vadis". '
Deborah, que posee una m-
quina de 16 mm., insiste en
cortar y revisar personalmente
sus pelculas.
oOo
Confirmando la repetida m-
xima de que "si usted tiene
talento ser descubierto por
Hollywood", John Means, leg-
timo indio Sloux, de diez aos
de edad, h- obtenido un rol
al lado de Clark Gable en .la
pelcula Metro Goldwyn Mayer
"Ms All del Ancho Rio".
El chicuelo, en compaa de
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11, 1951
En Almirante hay sembradas en
cacao total de 4.145 hectreas
AGUA PARA DIVALA. En Dival, Provincia de Chiriqu, se
abre un pozo para abastecer de agua a la poblacin. Se nan
abierto tres ms y se proyecta abrir un total de seii.
Estn funcionando mal varias
biblioteca del interior por
falta de empleados pagados
El Comit Nacional Pro-Bi- res, muchas de las bibliotecas
blioteca comprob en su re- quedan cerradas al marcharse
cente jira que la supresin para descansar los maestros
desde hace dos anos del pre- que voluntariamente antes la
supuesto de- los empleados pa- atendan y "ste es un periodo
ra bibliotecas ha permitido que en que se 'puede hacer magn-
algunas de stas funcionen tica tarea de organizacin,
muy mal. 1
Los empleados de las biblio- El Comit Nacional Pro-BI-' nado vacuno asciende a 2.193;
Hay cultivadas
ms de 2,500
hts. de la abac
ALMIRANTE, Abril 11. Los
empleados de la Chlriqui Land
Co. pueden surtirse de los ar-
tculos que les son necesarios
en 6 tiendas que tuvieron un
volumen de ventas en el ao
de B.84.259.31. La empresa, si-
guiendo su plan de buscar los
medios para abaratar el costo
de la vida, tuvo prdidas en
la venta a menos de costo de
artculos de primera necesi-
dad, carne, arroz, papas y ro-
pa, por B.27.780.83.
Profesores del Instituto dicen
que s hubo actos violentos
La compaa mantiene una
extensin de 4.145 hectreas de
terreno en la siembra de ca-
cao, 56 hectreas en el cultivo
d bananas y 2.516 hectreas en
,ei de abac. En el cultivo de
pltanos, toronjas y otros tie-
ne una extension de 31 hec-
treas.
Durante el ao se exporta-
ron 195.363 libras de cacao,
siendo esta la principal acti-
vidad en este rengln reali-
zada por la empresa. No se
registraron exportaciones de
bananas, abac, u otros culti-
vos.
La carga impotrada para la
empresa lu de 7.222.65 tone-
ladas de 2.000 libras cada una
y la carga exportada lu de
4.556.11 toneladas .
El nmero de cabezas de ga-
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido la siguiente carta:
Panam, abril 9 de 1951.
8r. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA;
Ciudad.
8r. Director:
Hemos visto con singular a-
sombro la desfachatez de al-
gunos maestros del Instituto de
teccln para que la acompaa-
ra a sacar sus enseres del In-
ternado porque la hablan ame-
nazado con pegarle si trataba
de Irse. Tambin ocurri un
caso similar con la monltora
Victoria O. de Almengor, quien
tuvo que pedir adems protec-
cin a la polica. Tambin pre-
Bienvenida R. Tunen
resulla que no es
Bienvenida R. Tun
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente carta, sobre el con-
flicto en La Normal:
Panam, 9 de Abril de 1951.
Seor Director del
PANAMA AMERICA,
Panam.
Seor Director:
En relacin a una carta apa-
recida en el Panam Amrica
del lo. de Abril de 1951 diri-
gida al director de sta y fir-
ENTREGA DE UN PREMIO. El seor Jos Antonio Valds
recibe del Vice-Presidente de la Cmara de Jvenes de Pana-
ma, seor Mauricio Menache, las llaves del automvil marca
Hillman, rifado por esa institucin a beneficio de la campaa
sanitaria que comenzar en el mes de Mayo prximo. La
_____ cooperacin del pblico ha sido agradecida.
senci cuando se ultrajaba al
Verano, quienes tratan de des- doctor Cantn de palabra en
mentir hechos bochornosos ocu- diversas ocasiones.
rridos en esa institucin duran- Estos hechos, que no podrn mada. Por el Doctor Alfredo
te la huelga y que desdicen desmentir ninguna persona sen- Canton en conexin con los in-
mucho de personas que se Ha-, sata, desdicen mucho de quie- I tcio;entes ocurridos en el Insu-
man educadores. nes han de llevar la simiente ,de, verano deseo aclarar
Se informan requisitos para hacer
estudios en Costa Rica
del saber por toda la Repblica
y que como educadores deben
dar un alto ejemplo de cultura
Los hechos publicados sobre
desrdenes en el internado y
en la Normal durante la huel-
ga, son todos ciertos, pues en y de civismo,
muchos de ellos estuve presen- De usted, atentamente,
te. Es ms, la seora Elvira/ Rafael Escarreola,
de Alien, me pidi a m pro- Prof, del Instituto de Verano.
el nmero de cabezas de ga-
nado mular o caballar es de
981 y el de ganado porcino a
tecas interioranas ganaban en- bliotecas ha visitado hasta
tre 10 y 20 balboas y el su- ahora 50 bibliotecas sin que le
primlrlos, los pueblos volunfa- cueste nada al erario pblico
riamente sp encargaron de sus; y sin afectar los fondos del i 189.
Sropias bibliotecas.. pero ha Comit, pues cada miembro i ----------------------------
abido algunas deficiencias paga sus propios gastos fllan-
. Cuando una persona se sabia' trpicamente. En la ltima i i- _ .P.nn* .nlMi'
Irresponsable por el servicio ra contaron run la cooperacin 19V GSCO&C COHIIlC
aquello makchaba mejor. del Ministro de Obras Pblicas'
Otro problema es que duran- don Celso Carbonell. quien les
te los tres meses de vacado- I facilit una camioneta.
El Dr. Francisco Samaniego
debe llegar maana a Panam
Maana Jueves a las cuatro i La Confederacin hace un
de la tarde arribar al pas, llamado a todas las organlza-
procedente de Caracas a con- clones afiliadas y los organis-
tlnuar las Jiras mdico ass- mos fraternales para que con-
tenclales del Interior, el ilustre curran a dicha manifestacin.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
t
organizador para
coronar una reina
En reunin celebrada el do-
mingo lo. p.p. se escogi ii
Junta Directiva del Comit
I Orgtenlzador de la Coronacin
de la Reina Agrcola de Villa
Rosario, quedando integrado
por las siguientes personas:
Director: ngel de Martnez;
Sub-Director: Leonor Aparicio;
Secretario; Bernab Martnez;
Secretario de Propaganda: Eva
de Castillo; Tesorero: Vctor
Barra: Ins Delgado, Aurora
Qulrz, Inocencio Contreras.
Los escrutinios sern cele-
brado los das 15 y 29 de Abril
y el da 14 de los corrientes
el Comit celebrar el festival
en el Local de Inocencio Con-
treras para acoplar fondos.
Es de notar el gran inters
que estn mostrando las can-
didatas a este reinado.
galeno panameo Dr. Francis-
co Samaniego.
A su llegada, la Confedera-
cin de Asociaciones Cvicas
Interioranas con todas sus en-
tidades afiliadas le tributar
una clida demostracin de a-
precio y agradecimiento por su
filantrpica labor. Para el
efecto maana a las cuatro de
la tarde, en el Parque de Le-
sseps se efectuar una gran
conentracin que partir en
desfile hasta el Parque de San-
ta Ana donde se efectuar un
grandioso mitin
Asimismo se pide al pblico
que aporte su grano de arena
a esta obra humanitaria y de
gran alcance social.
El distinguido mdico pana-
meo llegar a esta ciudad y
despus de la manifestacin
partir para el Interior a
Inaugurar el Congreso de Azue-
ro en Macaracas y dar co-
mienzo inmediatamente a la.
jira mdica de la Provincia de
Herrera, a la cual la Confede-
racin de Asociaciones Cvicas
Interioranas ha dado amplio y
efectivo respaldo.
-------------------------------- v
lo siguiente: El nombre de
Bienvenida Rosa Tun que
all se menciona no se refie-
re a mi persona, porque an
cuando parece ser el mismo
mi cdula de Identidad per-
sonal es 47-33770 2o. yo nada
tuve que ver con el Curso de
Verano por no estar recibien-
do all ninguna materia y an
cuando estuve en Santiago du-
rante todo el tiempo del cur-
so fui en plan de negocios Yo
espero que las cosas se acla-
ren y se establezca quin fu
la Bienvenida Rosa Tun que
escribi la carta.
De Ud. atentamente,
Bienvenida Rosa Tun
Cd. 47-33770.
HORIZONTALES:
1Elogias.
4# 5Ciudad de Suiza.
> 8Para jugar al billar.
12Esclavo.
13Escuchar.
14Nombre ruso.
15 Material de construccin.
17Ave antillana de rapia.
18Refrescar al aire.
21Enterarse de lo escrito.
23Padecimiento, enfermedad.
24Canoa de los indios
mexicanos.
', 27Sin compaa.
. 29Letra castellana.
32Mata pequea.
34Herir con las uas.
HExclamacin.
37Atreverse.
MNatural de Mauretania.
40Dignidad etiope.
2Del verbo tasar.
U4Infrmele.
47Regin tenebrosa.
151En su totalidad.
62Que padecen de anemia.
*4Destruida, Inv.
59Entregan.
#
ttTerreno acotado.
"67Clase de tela.
58Se atreva.
59Naipes.
1Alelado.
J Igual al 37 horizontal.
3Del verbo andar.
4Harem.
6Nota musical,
8Abertura inferior del
estmago.
"7Circuios o redondeles.
8Mitra papal.
Rostro largo jr delgado.
10Conjunto de voces.
11Rezas.
16Marchar.
20Querer con amor.
22Demostrativo, Pl.
24Dueo.
25Oxido de calcio.
26Pasmado d fro.
28Estado de Venezuela.
30Hogar.
31poca.
33Nombre de varn.
35Continente.
38Capital europea.
41Planta de flores rojas.
43Hijo de No.
44Amarrar.
45Del verbo votar.
46Costado.
48Repeticin del sonido, Pl.
49Embarcacin menor.
50Plantigrados.
53Letra castellana.
SOLUCIN DE ATER
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A S A E |s IjhtIo |n LIOINIA
u c oslo esos
A | 0 TA ana
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Comit de Puerto
Armuelles labora
pro la biblioteca
En la reciente Jira del Co-
mit Nacional Pro Bibliotecas
se puso en evidencia de que
uno de los Comit locales mas
dinmicos es el de Puerto Ar-
mulles, que lucha por conse-
guir una casa que depende de
Hacienda en ese lugar.
SI logra obtenerla, el Comit
local piensa acondicionarla.
Los miembros del Comit han
obtenido un amplio respaldo
de la Chlriqui Land Co. la
cual les ha prometido ayudar-
dos en toda forma, pues pien-
sa que la Biblioteca de Puerto
Armuelles trabajar como el
centro de distribucin y opera-
clones para una red de biblio-
tecas que sirva a todas lasj
fincas de la compaa, lo cual
ha de ser una gran ayuda pa-
ra los obreros.
Con gran labor del lanzador
Vasquz se impuso Los Santos
a Chiriqu ayer por 6 a 4
CHITRE, Abril 11 (Correspon-
sal EspecialiBajo una gran
actuacin del novel lanzador
David Vsquez la novena de Los
Santos conquist su primer triun
fo en el VIII Campeonato Na-
cional de Baseball Amateur al
derrotar al potente conjunto
chlrlcano por anotacin de 6 ca-
rreras a 4.
Vsquez mantuvo a los chlri-
canos sin hits en los primeros
cinco episodios. En el sexto
Quinteto le dl el bautismo con
un Inofensivo hit. Por los chiri-
canos comenz en la caja el lan-
zador C. Tapia quien salt a la
altura del tercero, entrando S.
Villarreal quien termin el Jue-
go. En el noveno acto los chi-
nanos presionaron valiente-
mente y anotaron dos carreras
pero la buena ayuda que prest
el cuadro al lanzador Vsquez
pudo salvar el triunfo para los
MOTEROS.
su segundo triunfo en este tor-
neo y se coloc en el comando
al derrotar a la novena de Ve-
raguas por anotacin de 11 ca-
rreras a 6. El lanzador ganador
L. Roa quien entr en el sptimo
episodio en sustitucin de L.
Gonzlez quien haba reempla-
Est funcionando
bien en Concepcin
biblioteca pblica
Una de las mejores bibliote-
cas que funciona actualmente
en la Provincia de Chiriqu, des-
pus de la de David, es la de
Concepcin, cuyo comit Pro-
Bibliotecas est dirigido por don
Alfonso Torres, comerciante de
esa localidad.
El Comit de Conception ha
logrado una partida del Conse-
jo Municipal para pagar un
bibliotecario, de manera que la
Biblioteca si rinde un efectivo
sevicio actualmente. Entre la
coleccin de libros Importantes
comprados para la biblioteca
por el comit, est el Tesoro
de la Juventud y actualmente
est empeado ahora en una
campaa par acomprar la En-
clcloperla Espasa, que cuesta
alrededor de mil balboas.
La Biblioteca de Concepcin
es una de las mejor amuebla-
das en la Provincia y todo es
una labor del pueblo.
CITACIN
Hemos recibido el siguiente
comunicado:
La Embajada de Panam en
Costa Rica
INFORMA:
A los padres de familia In-
teresados en mandar a sus hi-
jos a estudiar a Costa Rica,
que los requisitos a llenar por
1 parte de estudiantes panameos
antes de salir para Costa Rica,
son los siguientes:
lo.Las escuelas y colegios en
Costa Rica, abren sus cursos
lectivos a principios del mes
de marzo.
o.Deben con la debida an-
ticipacin obtener del colegio
donde Ingresarn su Certificado
de Matrcula.
3o.Explicar claramente al
Cnsul de Costa Rica en Pa-
nam que viajan en calidad de
estudiante, e informarle que
han obtenido su Certificado de
Matrcula, que lo identificar
como estudiante.
4o.Solicitar Visa de Estu-
diante en su pasaporte.
5oDe ninguna manera de-
ber un estudiante viajar con
tarjeta de turismo, ni visa de
turismo en su pasaporte, si lo
hace ello le ocasionar un sin-
nmero de dificultades y gas
tos innecesarios.
someterse estrictamente a loa
reglamentos de ley de Costa
Rica anteriormente explicados,
de lo contrario debern afron-
tar una vez que lleguen a
San Jos las dificultades qut
les ocasione la falta de cum-
plimiento de los requisitos a-
puntados.
San Jos, Costa Rica, marzo
13 de 1951.
Walter Myers Jr.,
Secretario, Encargado de loa
Archivos de la Emb. de Panam
Se cita por este medio a loa
zado a su vez a E. Medina en el' Profesores de Segunda Ense-
tercer acto. El lanzador perde- fianza graduados en los Cur-
Mira i esposo
it sieite Mu
sin Imites fuertes
"Mi esposo necetit6 pildoras y me-
dicinas toda las noche*, durante 6
uto*. Despus empez tomar
All Bran Y novel-
vio a tener proble-
ma". Esto afirma
la if or Thyra
Nelwn. Star Route
I. Boa 551. Union.
Wah Un testimo-
nio mi*, espontaneo.
Quiza uited obtenga idntico rend-
Udo. ti *u eUrefumiento e debe
a falta de volumen. Tome eada
da una onza de All-Bra y to-
me agua en abundancia Muy
pronto e cntiri mucho mejor.
COCLE VENCI A VERAGUAS
El equipo de Cocl conquist
dor fu C. Him quien salto en el
primer episodio.
En el tercer acto R. Oberto
se estaf el home espectacular-
mente para empatar el partido.
El mal fllde y descontrol de los
sos Diurnos de la Universidad
de Panam en 1949, a una
reuni npreliminar para acor-
dar la celebracin del segun-
do aniversario" de graduacin
que se cumple el prximo vier-
nes 20 del presente mes. Di-
cha reunin se efectuar en
uno de los salones del Insti-

tuto Nacional el viernes 13 del
lanzadores decret la derrota de Psente a las diez de la ma-
| aa. Se encarece puntual
los veraguenses. asistencia. LA COMISIN.
6o Una vez que el estudian-
te se encuentre en la ciudad
de San Jos, Repblica de Cos-
ta Rica, deber sin prdida de
tiempo presentarse al Ministe-
rio de Seguridad Pblica para
arreglar su residencia.
Todo estudiante panameo
que vaya a Costa Rica, deber
Nuevo local para
la biblioteca de
Boquete habiltase
Por deseos del Presidente de
la Repblica, Dr. Arnulo A-
rlas. la Biblioteca de Boquete
en la Estacin del Ferrocarril
de esa localidad, Junto con
otras oficinas pblicas.
Esta ser una de las mejo-
res bibliotecas pues estar ubi-
cada en uno de los mejor do-
tados salones de una casa de
reciente construccin y tendr
todas las facilidades para ser
un verdadero centro de activi-
dad cultural.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
'fiSfttno*
es una leche
excelente
mejore *
ARAMIA
Vaseline
MANCA RK
HAIR
TONIC
'ASFI.INE Mil aareaibraimr* <>" < k>
Deleite! Goce espiritual!
con la msica de los grandes maestros!
presentada por
LA CASA ADMIRABLE
maana JUEVES a las 12 m.
y todos los jueves.
cada vaso
es una
fuente
de salud
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
El que la toma
una vez
la sigue tomando
siempre !
la (ked g>,
anamencana
VALLE
VERDE
Sabe mejor!
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MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO)
' " 'f
talme pan ata mcuMd m reciben es te
REDACCIN SOCIAL
de EL PANAMA AMERICA
:MAMrtede "
Telfono No. -
No 134
Recepcin
8. E. el Ministro de Oran
Bretaa, or Eric Arthur
Cleugh ha enviado Invitacio-
nes para una recepcin que
ofrecer, en la sede de la Li-
gacin, el sbado de 5.30 p.m.
a 7.30 p.m. en honor del Al-
mirante Sir Richard Symonds
Tyes y Oficiales de H. M. 8.
"tsuperb" que arribar prxi-
mamente a Panam.
Almuerzo de Despedida
Pfcra despedir a la seora
Susana L. de Arlas con motivo
de su prximo viaje, un grupo
de amigas le ofrecieron hoy
un almuerzo >n el hotel El Pa-
nam.
Chocolatada
En la residencia del seor
Jos Rogelio Arias Jr. y seora
Vilma E. de Arias, se efectu
noche una simptica fiesta
para entregar 'os premios a los
vencedores del Concurso de
Canasu que se llev a cabo
VIAJERO
recientemente entre un nume-
roso grupo de damas y caba-
lleros de nuestra sociedad. Re-
sultaron ganadores del prime-
ro, segundo y tercer premio
respectivamente, el seor Jos
F. Oller, la seora Tita C. de
Vrela y la seora Vilma .
de Arlas.
Cuatro millones de kilogramos-
de arroz produjo una primera
cosecha en Venezuela
CARACAS, abril (SEL El tivo de la planta, mientras que]
Nuevo contrato firma Venezuela
con los trabajadores petroleros
Publicamos la foto del seor
Jos Medlinger, conocido co-
merciante de Panam, cc-pro-
pletarlo de la Joyera Tahiti y
otras firmas, quien parte en
viaje de negocios alrededor del
mundo. Se encontrar ausente
por espacio de 7 meses.
Le deseamos un viaje de mu-
chos xitos y un feliz retorno
al pas.
Comida Danzante en
El Panam
Son ya numerosas las mesas
que han sido reservadas paia
la comida danzante que ofre-
cer en el Hotel El Panam, ti
Club Interamericano de Muje-
res el prximo viernes a las
8 p.m., con motivo del Da Pa-
namericano. Distinguidas se-
oritas de Panam y la Zona
del Canal desfilarn portando
las banderas de los pases
americanos. Las reservaciones
debern hacerse lo antes posi-
ble en las oficinas del Club o
en el Hotel El Panam con el
seor Pal J. Cote.
Virtuosos de la
armnica ensean
caros secretos
por Miguel Zamora Mndes
HAIFA, Abril 11. Aprove-
chando su estada en Israel, a
donde vino para dar una serie
de conciertos. Larry Adler se
convirti en el Juez de un con-
curso Improvisado en que par-
ticiparon jvenes de todo el
pais que fueron a visitarlo
para que decidiera cul de
ellos era el mejor ejecutante.
Doscientos vinieron, pero en el
momento critico, solamente 22,
incluyendo dos muchachas,
participaron.
El nombre de Larry Adler es
conocido en todo el mundo,
gracias a numerosas pelculas
en que particip, como el de
uno de los virtuosos ms des-
tacados del modesto pero dif-
cil instrumento que es la ar-
mnica.
Al terminar el concurso, que
fu ganado por David Regel
de Haifa. Larry Adler expuso
algunas d". sus ideas a la ar-
mnica. Dijo que aunque se
plan arrocero que la Corpora-
cin Venezolana de Fomento a-
delanta en los Estados Portu-
guesa y Cojedes, ha impreso un
poderoso ritmo de progreso a
estas reglones que hoy ocupan
lugar muy sealado dentro de
la produccin agrcola nacio-
nal. El plan comenz a reali-
zarse el ao pasado y la siem-
bra de Acarlgua solamente, pro-
dujo en la primera cosecha
cuatro millones de kilogramos.
Este ao, conforme a las pre-
visiones menos optimistas, la
recoleccin llegar all a quin-
ce millones de kilogramos y
en San Carlos, centro de explo-
tacin y aprovechamiento de
las zonas de Cojedes, rebasar
la cifra de los seis millones.
En una y otra zonas se ha-
llan en cultivo ms de 15,000
hectreas de sabanas abiertas,
en muchas de las cuales ha
tenido que llevarse a cabo una
Intensa labor de preparacin
debido a la calcinacin a que
venan siendo sometidos los te-
rrenos, que presentaban escasa
flora microbiana. Los cultivos
de Acarigua son de los llama-
dos de "secano", en los cuales
es mas corto el proceso vegeta-
trata del instrumento musical
ms barato que se conoce, la
armnica tiene las mismas po-
sibilidades que el violin "To-
do lo que puede hacer un vio-
lin, puede hacerlo una arm-
nica", declar el virtuoso.
Dijo que siempre usaba el
mismo instrumento, una Hoh-
ner de cuatro dlares a pesar
de que hay tipos que cuestan
hasta cien dlares y ms.
He aqu. algunos de los con-
sejos del maestro:
Siempre golpee la armnica
despus de usarla; guarde la
armnica en una caja y no
el bolsillo; aprenda a leer m-
sica; mantenga su boca seca
mientras toque; toque con el
estmago vacio.
"Debo admitir francamente
agreg sin embargo que a
menudo yo mismo romso esta
regla".
Mientras tanto anuncian las
casas de msica en esta ciu-
dad que se ha producido una
repentina demanda de arm-
nicas en do.
desinfecto con Lysou.
I Defienda los suyos I Cada vex
que lave loa pitos, agregue LVSOL
al agua/Ponga 2',i cucharadas
de L YSOL en cada S litros de agua.
LYSOL es concentrado,
de accin jabonosa,
desinfecta y limpia al
mismo tiempo, y
extermina los microbios.
MAS LISTA QUE SU MAESTRO
Protestara .led si a esta linda chiqnill
"flor 4NoT Pac* aprovecha la leeria
a ae le oenrriera enanto-
' mm que recibi el profesor
^...rt|J- Ar,MU';5"k ""' ,i"'lbr I niversallmernaonsl,
protagoa.aMl. por Mai Zellerli.g. Ho.h Williams, Margo! Craluuna
J Ptala Clark.
Para armonizar los labios con las unas
el
y
es de importancia fantstica
tlhWL
'fabrica los colores fantsticos
En riqueza de color y belleza duradera... nada en el mundo puede
igualar el amalle de uas Revlon! Porque Revlon 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 vez
que usted haya probado Retlon comprolxtr por qu, en el mundo entero, mas mujeres
usan Revlon que cualquier otro esmalte de uas o lpiz labial.
los de San Carlos son en su
mayora de los denominados de
riego, en los cuales se pueden
utilizar variedades tardas de
mayor rendimiento y controlar
las dificultades que se presen-
tan con la Informalidad de las
lluvias.
Las tierras que se trabajan
actualmente son abonadas con
sulfatos y fosfatos de amonio,
para suministrarle nitrgeno a
la planta y darle a sta color
y crecimiento. Los cultivos es-
tn vigilados por peritos agr-
nomos y por entomlogos y se
rotan anualmente con otros, co-
mo los de man, ajonjl, maz.
Una extensa campaa de pre-
municln entra las plagas ha
obtenido la derrota del "gu-
sano cogollero" y del "bacha-
qulto", de este ltimo en las
planicies de primera explota-
cin. Tractores, cosechadoras
autopropulsadas y de arrastre,
cultivadoras, sembradoras y 0-
tros implementos, han sido co-
locados all por la Corporacin
Venezolana de Fomento para la
produccin en grande escala.
En el plan arrocero la Cor-
poracin ha invertido hasta hoy
veinte millones de bolvares a-
proximadamente. Para cada
hectrea de secano el poderoso
organismo oficial facilita a los
agricultores 350 bolvares, a los
cuales se cargan al tiempo de
la amortizacin del crdito las
cuotas relativas a la construc-
cin de galpones y depsitos y
al suministro de maquinarlas.
Los prstamos se conceden or-
dinariamente a trmino de cua-
tro aos. Adems, a los culti-
vadores del Estado Cojedes, so-
metidos al sistema de regado,
se les asigna una partida para
canales de riego, de 200 bolva-
res por hectrea.
Las cosechas las recibe el
Banco Agrcola y Pecuario, que
trilla el arroz, prepara sus de-
rivados, como la harina y el
afrecho, y lo paga a los co-
secheros a un precio determi-
nado]) reviamente. Puede decir-
se que de la cosechadora, el
arroz pasa a la secadora en
donde la Corporacin lo recibe
y lo entrega al Banco, despus
de un proceso tcnico que lle-
va la gramnea a los 14 grados
de humedad, que permiten el
almacenamiento sin peligro al-
guno.
El ao pasado, para ei pro-
ceso de secamiento de cosecha,
se montaron en Acarlgua, cua-
tro "Uni-pass", cada una con
capacidad para cuatro tonela-
das por hora. Este ao. por
razn de haberse extendido el
plan de grandes proporciones,
se han montado en Acarlgua 3
ms, en "Osplno" de la onisma
zona para cubrir las necesi-
dades de la cosecha de la re-
blen de Ouanare y en San
Carlos estn a punto de ter-
minarse cuatro de ellas.
La Corporacin Venezolana
ha establecido en las zonas ci-
tadas dos oficinas supervisores,
que controlan la actividad de
los beneficiarlos de los crdi-
tos. Los gua en el desempeo
de su funcin administrativa
un amplio criterio: llevan pri-
mero a cabo un estudio de la
capacidad agroeconmlca de los
terrenos y autorizan luego los
prstamos atendiendo a las con-
diciones de solvencia moral y
de experiencia tcnica de los
cultivadores.
Este magnfico plan ha tra-
do ptimos beneficios como los
de incorporar al cultivo del
arroz, bajo una direccin cien-
tfica, un noventa por ciento
de venezolanos sobre el total
de los que se dedican a pro-
ducirlo, el de preparar en el
manejo de la mquina a no
menos de 1,500 agricultores que
hoy son expectos tractoristas,
el de racionalizar los cultivos
y conservarlos sueldos.
Forma mecnicos
Israel en varias
ramas del saber
par Daniel Bueno Lainez
JERUSALEN, Israel, Abrlll 11.
En un tranquilo barrio Ue
la ciudad de Jerusaln se ha-
lla situada la nica escuela de
mecnica dental del pais en
la que los nuevos Inmigrantes
llegados a Israel estn produ-
ciendo "obras maestras" a es-
tar al criterio de los expertos.
Tambin aprenden a fabri-
car relojes y ios veteranos pro-
ducen instrumentos de precl-
1 sin. Muchas personas, sean
de Kansas, de Amrica Latina
o de Europa han odo hablar
j de la OR'r que mantiene es-
cuelas vocaclonales judias en
todo el mundo. En Israel, la
ORT no solamente esta auie-
trando personal sino que est
produciendo artculos citados
en la lista de productos "cri-
ticamente escasos". Tambin
est poniendo los cimientos Je
una industria que es comple-
tamente nueva en Israel.
Pasa muy poco tiempo antes
de que estos muchachos estn
abricando cabezas de acero
para martillos. Al contemplar
las largas hileras de estas he-
rramientas, todas uniformes,
an los observadores que no
tienen Inclinacin a la mec-
nica se maravillan ante el he-
cho de haber sido fabricados
por estos muchachos tan J-
venes.
En las diversa*, habitaciones
que posee la escuela de mec-
nicos dentales, los estudiantes
son algo mayores, pero el he-
cho es el mismo. Aqu se tra-
bajan en oro las placas y
puentes ms complicados. Dlen
tes postizos va na los moder-
nos hornos en moldes de cau-
cho. Hace poco, un grupo de
tcnicos dentales norteameri
canos que visito la escuela ma-
nifest que sta posea el equi-
po ms moderno del mundo.
Una de las clases ms inte-
resantes es la compuesta p\*
licenciados del ejrcito que se
dedican a fabricar toda clase
de Instrumentos de precisin,
para cuya adquisicin en el
extranjero habra que invertir
mucho dinero. Actualmente ca-
si todos los artculos que se
fabrican estn destinados al
uso de la escuela, pero ms
adelante saldrn al mercado.
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La minuciosidad con que se est retoando la flota de
los Estados Unidos fu puesta en evidencia recientemente,
cuando el porUviones "TARAWA" de 33.090 toneladas fue
reaeondlclonado para el servicio activo.
Este buque es el nmero 165 que la Reserva de la Marina
del Atlntico de los EE. UU. ha puesto en servicio activo du-
rante los ltimos meses.
En el ao 1945, poco despus de Iniciada la segunda gue-
rra mundial el TARAWA fu puesto en servicio activo, que-
dando inactivo en el ao 1949. poco despus de su regreso de
un viaje de buena voluntad alrededor del mundo.
Este portavlonet tiene un personal normal de 2,500 ofi-
ciales v hombres y puede llevar cuatro escuadrones de aero-
planos o tea un total de 75 a 100 aparato* segn el tipo de
los mismos.
IRRITACIN CAUSADA
POR LA FAJA?
Alivio ms rpido con
Talco Antisptico
AMMEN
Por contener tres notables ingre-
dientes medicinales, Ammen, ade-
ms de aliviar y proteger, ofrece
mltiples beneficios!
Suave 1 calmante, Ammen inicia
en seguida la mejora evitando
rozamientos y molestias. selo sin
demora!
Slo ud raleo intii/prico
corno Ammen. puede dar
loa reaulradoa de Amnes.
TALCO
AMMEN
tVORCAROLINA, Abril (UPi
El receptor Roy Campanella
bate dos Jonrones y Jackie Ro-
binson, y Oil Hodges, uno-cada
uno, para contribuir con la vic-
toria de los Dodgers, sobre el
Ashevllle de la Liga de tres Es-
tados, por la anotacin de 8 a 8
Rey Barney comenz a lanzar
Suizas por ltima vez con los
odgers y en dos entradas y
tercio, dl 11 pases gratis y un
doble con el cual Ashevllle, ano-
t 3 carreras, Cari Ersklne lan-
z el restod el partido. La se-
gunda base del os Dodgres Ro-
binson, fu retirado del partido
POT discutir acaloradamente con I
el arbitro Frank Dascoli.
Viaje al Exterior
* Transporte por aire, mar y tierra
a cualquier parte del mundo.
* Acreditado Departamento de Viaje
representando las principales lnea
areas y de vapores. ,
".V " j
I
* Obtenemos visas, permisos de salida
y regreso y otros documentos de viaje
sin costo extra para el cliente.
BOYD BROTHERS INC.
Calle "L" No. 3 (Parque de Lesseps)
Telfonos: 2-2008 o 2-2009
Panam, R. de P.
NUESTRO NUEVO DEPARTAMENTO
de DISCOS
Ofrece
una ESPECIALIDAD....
de DESCUENTO
EN TODOS LOS DISCOS
COMENZANDO EL DA DE LA APERTURA
MAANA hasta el 30 de ABRIL
CYRNOS
PARA REGALOS
AVENIDA TIVOLI 16
PANAMA
Se han aumentado
los salarios tn
diez por ciento
CARACAS, abril 11. (UF. -
El Gobierno decret en reunin
extraordinaria del Gabinele un
nuevo contrato de trabajo pa-
ra 50.000 obreros de la indus-
tria del petrleo. Se ignora do
momento los detalles del decre-
to pero aparentemente se har\
aumentado los salarlos bsico*
en un promedio como de dies
(por ciento.
Las disposiciones del nuevo
contrato tienen carcter retro*
activo hasta las fechas en que
expiraron los antiguos contra-
tos, que fue a fines de febrero
pasado y estarn en vigor por
30 meses. El nuevo contrato a-
fecta tambin las pensiones,
vacaciones y otros beneficio
que se otorgan a los obreros.
Fuentes de la industria no
quisieron discutir el asunto 9
calcular en cunto aumentarn
las nminas de pagos en virtud,
del decreto, hasta no estudiar
ste, cuyo texto slo podr ob-
tenerse en la Gaceta Oficial,
la cual no se publicar hasta
despus de media noche.
ACABAMOS
de RECIBIR...
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tamao mediano
Suya con B/. 50.00

REFRIGERADORAS
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rra: Marcos. Chorrero.
' Surtido completo de pinteWM
j barnices
|SHRWIN -WILLIAMS
Ave. Marte J Tel. 2-ati
BUria aaaa Na. JTai. 1-1424
LTMRAl Di P N
SHtHNW-MUIAMS i,: 'A
Aloiamiento para estudiantes, maes-
tros, profesoras, en casa de fomi-
lia. Precios mdicos. Ave. Per
No. 24 bojos.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
paro hombre. B/.6.00 por semana.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre, Casa 32.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amueblado
independiente paro caballero sclo.
Colle Estudiante No. 73. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA
('asas
SE ALQUILA:Una oportunidad pa-
ra sus ryos durante este mes. Ca-
sa amueblada en la playo en San-
a Claro Tel. Balboa 2820 vea
el administrador.
SE ALQUILA:
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos refrigera-
cin, carnes, legumbres, pescado.
Informes Calle H No. 18. Telefono
2-2948.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: Casa residencial,
jardn, piscina, amplio recibo. Ofer-
to al 3-4065 da 10 o 12 m.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento de una !
recmara, sala comedor, porch, I
bao y cocino. Acudo a la C>a.
Alforo, S. A., Ave. Per No. 28,
Panam.
I
SE NECESITA:Operario pora tra-
bajar con aire comprimido. Va
Porras 130.
SE NECESITA:Uno cajero de bue-
na presencia. Buen sueldo. Canti-
tina Chico' Ploce. Calla "i" No.
1 5, Panam.
Contable con experiencia vanada de-
sea trabajo. Referencias excelen-
tes. Escribo: Apartado 1922, Pa-
nam.
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin fl/. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE VENDE
Artculos He Casa
SE VENDE:Juago living, 6 piezas
an caobo. Casi nuevo. Fabricacin
"Margarita." Ancn 406-A, Zo-
na del Canal.
SE VENDE:Estufa y refrigaradoro
usado. Precio ganga. Ave. Per
No. 24.
SE VENDE:Un juego de comedo/
de caoba. Casa 814-A, Calle Em-
pire. Balboa.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Locol paro oficina,
crnbo del Teatro Centra..
iE ALQUILAN.Exclusivamente po-
ra oficinas locales cntrico en lo
altos da Avenido Centrol 44 o
precio* mdicos Solicitan intor-
moc^ an Almacena* 5 v '0 ean-
tuvot
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plio, bien situado, propio para ofi-
emos. Cnlle 8o. lado Brandon
Bm. Telfonos 2-2948 2-3129.
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 VENDEN:Camas gemelas com-
pletas, tabla planchor, plancha
elctrico, maletero pora capota de
carros, peinadora, dems artculos
de casa. Precios baratos. Ave.
Morgan 862. Tel. 2-2757.
SE VENDE:Ganga! Motivo viaja a
EE. UU. Levadora, refrigeradora
Philco, estufo, juego recmara,
juego talo, todo excelentes condi-
ciones como nuevo. Llame en las
mononas, Ave. Nocional No. 30,
Apto. 2.
PLASH...
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Fngidoi-
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original B/.450.00. Ahoro ganga
B/. 175 00. Ocurra a Garage Bella
Visto en Ave. Per No. 99. Tel.
3-1618.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaie. Radio
R.C.A., Refrigeradora Fngidaire,
muebles de tala, estufa gas gran-
de, loza y vario, equipo porttil
para pintor, todo en perfectos con-
dicione!. Calle 9a. No. 10,' Son
Francisco despus da 5 p.m.
SE VENDELovodoro Easy Splndrier,
excelentes condioo, 25 ciclo
B. 140.00; Lmparo para juego da
cortos B.3.00; 2 lmporat da pa-
red B 3 00; Mesito da noche
S 2.50; 2 cajos grandes con plan-
ta* pora porch B. 10.00; Persianas
para porch verde, como nuevos
i.7.00; Refrigerodoro B.75.00;
Radio 25-60 ciclos B.25.00. Calla
Corr 1401-C. Bolboo,
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Perra blanca con sogo
por la casa Miller. Tel. 2-3806
Panam. I Hueco. Grotificocin.
Avisos Judiciales
EDICTO Na. a
l suscrito Secretario del aliniaterie
4a Hacienda y Tesoro.
TACE SABER:
Que al da (7) da Mayo del preaente
5?,Ji.,."L* Mbn ,n ' Daapacto
del M.nlaatrio de Hacienda Teeoro, el
remata publico de 1/8 p.rto del terreno
uo conitltuye I. tina No. 612. que
-uante en un lote de terreno ubica-
do al lado occidental de la ralle princi-
pal da Oalidonia de osta ciudad, al cual
'mira eon al No. IS, inarrita en el Re-
s-istro da la propiedad al Tomo 125, Fo-
lio DI de la Seccin de Panam, qua
corresponde a la Caaa No. 2;.:l de la
Avenida Central, Iota cuyoe linderos t
medidas aon loa eiiuleates:
Norte, con terreno ocupado por Fran-
cisco Das: Sur. terreno del Gobierno y
na eaia da propiedad de Melehora
Dama! Bate Camina Real que oonduce
t*e* Sabanee: Oeate, con camino que
va para la ''CASITA BLANCA', hoy Ca-
He Jos Dominio Kapinar.
MEDIDAS: Del Norte a Sur. Veinti-
siete Metros Cuadrado* con Sesenta
Centmetros (27 10*12 > y de Este a Oes-
te Treinta) nueve Metros Cuadrados
(SM2i con una aUDerfirie total de
Mil, SETENTA Y SEIS METROS CUA-
PRADOS CON CUARENTA DECME-
TROS CUADRADOS (107IM2 con
0dmta2: la octava parte de dicho te-
rreno qua pertenece a la Nacin tiene
una suparticie de CIENTO TREINTA
Y CUATRO METR S CUADRADOS CON
CINCO CENTMETROS CUADRADOS
I1J4.6SM21.
El precio bsico del lote de terreno
oua se menciona sar de CUATRO MU.
.KTEC1EN10S NUEVE BALBOAS CON
VEINTICINCO CENTESIMOS DE BAL-
BOA (B'.S.VOf.Ief.
Las propuestas se recibirn en la Se-
cretaria del Ministerio de Hacienda y
Tesoro, hasta las dies de la maana en
punto del da sealado para el remate.
De la hora nicada en adelante se
oirn laa pajas y repujas hasta laa once
de la maana en punto.
Para habiliiarse como postor, ee re-
quiere ia conaianacin del 10 del va-
lor (ijada al lote de terreno arriba dea-
crito.
El rematador ncara al precio del re-
mate dentro de laa veinticuatro horaa sl-
ruientet a la adjudicacin, si no lo hi-
ciera, perder a .favor del Teaora Na-
cional del dies por ciento consignado por
el para tener derecho a hacer poatura y
responder tambin da la quiebra del
remate (Acpite I del Articulo 1
del Cdigo Fiaeal)
En Panam, a loa late das del mee
de Mayo de mil novecientos cincuenta
y uno.
ERIC HUMBER.
Secretario del Ministerio da
Hacienda y Tesoro.
AVISO DE REMATE
y\ ..u..cr.to Sfrreta.no riel Junado del
Circuito da Corle, a funcione* d Al-{
guac. Ejecuto, :
HACK RABF.R:
Quo hi AaUdo da nuevo 1 d.a
lie da Mayo del presente ano para que
dentro la* hora* hbil** d>l di* men-
cionarlo tanga tufar el remate da la fin-
ca numero MI Inacrtio en al Refittro
Pblico al ralla) *72. Tomo i* Bcrcin
da Panam do propiedad da la eenora
Felicia Veta vda. da Surai qua con-
iato en una caaa de material de tro*
pioa ubicada *a lo Avenida "B* nme-
ro 12 de 1* ciudad To Panam embar-
g-ada en la ejecucin da la aentencia
praferida en la demanda propuesta, por
Aquilino Tejeira P. contra la aueacin
do la citada aefiora Felicia Vaga vda. de
fiurcr.
El valor do a*ta finca en el Catas-
tro de la PropiOdad ea da e* y aeia
mil balboa* (R .lC.000.90i; en eete re-
mata *a acepta como poatura le. paitad
da este valor, siendo necesario para ha-
car propuaataa consignar en la Secreta-
ria el cinco por ciento del valor total
de la propiedad.
Hasta la* cuatro 4o la tarda dot men-
rionado di* aa aceptarn propuoatas y
da esa hora haata laa cinco do la tarda
** oirvn las puja* y repuja*
So hace caber Umbis. qu ai en eaia
fecha no tuviere varlfieatio ete re-
mate, ao continuar al da oiralente
aceptndose poatnraa por cualquier su-
ca*.
Por lo Unto, ae fija el preeale a*-
*o en lugar pblica de esta Secretan*
y aa pona a tfiaposcin de la parte
interesada copia del mismo para su pu-
blicacin en un peridico de la ciudad
da Panam nor trae vacas con**cuti***
y ana aa por la menos ea la Gaceta
Oficial
Fijado en Penonom, hov do* de April
a mil novecientos cincuenta y uno.
El Secretario.
Viciar A. Guardia.
ACEITE
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generales.
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QUIENES NO--------
requisitos que deben llenar las
aspirantes a puestos de Maes-
tros y Profesores en las escue-
las y colegios particulares que"
funcionan en el pais:
Informaciones para los direc-
tores de las escuelas y colegios
particulares que funcionan en
la Repblica
Segn la Ley 47 (artculos 73.
74, 75 y 116i y los Decretos
1691 de noviembre de 1946 y
2010 de abril de 1948, los em-
pleados del Ramo de Educacin
deben presentar los siguientes
documentos al entrar a servir
en la educacin del pais:
DCertificado de nacimiento
o copla fotosttica de este cer-
tificado.
2)Un (1) retrato de pasa-
porte no mayor de 2 x 2 pul-
gadas cuadradas.
3)El modelo 'A* o "informe
confidencial. (El formulario lo
suministra el Ministerio).
4-1 Certificado de capacidad
profesional. Se satisface este re-
quisito presentando la copla fo-
tosttica de los diplomas, cer-
tificaciones o credenciales. SI no
se tienen se comprobar la ca-
pacidad profesional mediante
examen de aptitud.
51Certificado de capacidad
fsica, que debe acompaarse
del resultado de la prueba was-
serman y de la radiografa de
los pulmones.
6)Certificado de capacidad
moral. Puede obtenerse con la
declaracin da dos (2) perso-
nas de reconocida honorabili-
dad sobre la conducta del In-
teresado o. en defecto de es-
tas declaraciones, un certifica-
do expedido por autoridad ju-
dicial.
Nota:Si los ttulos o diplo-
mas que posee el interesado los
obtuvo en Instituciones oficia-
les de al Repblica, slo debe
especificar en el modelo "A" la
Institucin en que lo obtuvo,
la fecha y el numero con que
ha sido registrado en el Mi-
nisterio de Educacin. SI no lo
ha registrado debe hacerlo.
Si el Interesado por alguna
circunstancia ha entregado an-
tes esta documentacin o par-
te de ella, debe explicar y dar
detalles.
CONFERENCIA EN EL PANAMA. Fotografiados en el patio
del Hotel El Panam ayer en la tarde, despus de su llegada
del aeropuerto de Tocumen, estn los miembros del comit
de planes para la conferencia de gerentes de las compaas
afiliadas de la Esso Standard Oil en la Amrica latina, ]a
cual se llevar a efecto del 16 al 20 de Abril en el Hotel El
Panam. De Izquierda a derecha estn: H. P. Blackeby, con-
tralor asistente en la Oficina de Nueva York; F. H. Billups,
coordinador asistente de ventas; H. B. Wilson, jefe asistente
del departamento de relaciones de empleados, Nueva York;
S. Scollay Moore, presidente y gerente general de la Esso
Standard Oil (Central Amrica) quien es el anfitrin de la
conferencia; J. E. Butler, del departamento de impuestos,
Nueva York; J. C Moroni, del departamento legal en la ofi-
cina de Nueva York; y Cyrus T. Helm, director ejecutivo de
la International Petroleum Company, quien ha residido ante-
riormenet en Panam.
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PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
Los militares
jo que' los Republicanos estu-
vieron hablando de todo, "desde
la objecin para abajo".
Los lderes Demcratas acuer-
pan a Truman. El Representan-
te Sam Rayburn dijo que la in-
subordinacin de MacArthur no
haba ayudado en nada a los
esfuerzos de paz de la adminis-
tracin y las Naciones Unidas.
"Nunca debemos abandonar el
principio que los militares estn
sujetos y bajo el control de la
administracin civil", dijo Ray-
burn.
Es incapaz
"Usted deber entregar su co-
mando, efectivo inmediatamen-
te, al General Matthew B. Ridg-
way."
"Usted queda autorizado para
expedir las rdenes que crea ne-
cesarias para viajar al lugar que
usted seleccione".
"Las razones para su reempla-
zo sern hechas pblicas en
concurrencia con la entrega a
usted de esta orden y estn
contenidas en el siguiente men-
saje".
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a VITRINA RECTA tres
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TEXTO DE LA DECLARACIN
WASHINGTON, Abril 11 (UP)
El siguiente es el texto de la
declaracin del Presidente Tru-
man, dando las razones por las
cuales se vio obligado a desti-
tuir al General MacArthur.
"Es con profundo pesar que
he llegado a la conclusin que
el General del Ejrcito Douglas
MacArthur es incapaz de darle
todo su apoyo a la poltica del
Gobierno de Estados Unidos y
de las Naciones Unidas en asun-
tos inherentes a sus deberes ofi-
ciales".
"En vista de las responsabili-
dades especficas Impuestas a
mi por la Constitucin de Esta-
dos Unidos v la responsabilidad
que me ha sido confiado por las
daciones Unidas, he decidido
que debo efectuar un cambio de
el Comando del Lejano Oriente"
Por lo tanto, he relevado al
oeneral MacArthur de sus co-
mandos, y he designado al Ge-
neral Matthew B. Rldway como
su sucesor".
"El completo y vigoroso debate
de los asuntos de la poltica
nacional es un elemento vital en
el sistema constitucional de
nuestra democracia libre. Sln-
embargo, es fundamental que los
comandantes militares deben
estar gobernados por la poltica
y directivas expedidas a ellos en
la forma prevista por las leyea y
la constitucin. En tiempos de
crisis esta consideracin es par-
ticularmente obligante"
"El puesttf del General Mac
Arthur en la historia, como uno
de los ms grandes comandan-
tes, esta completamente esta-
blecido. La nacin le debe a l
su gratitud por los servicios dis-
tinguidos y excerjcionales que le
ha dado a su pais en puestos de
gran responsabilidad. Por esta
razn, repito mi pesar por la
necesidad de la accin que me
siento obligado a'tomar en su
caso".
da que tales declaraciones de-
ban ser rnvladas previamente
a la Casa Blanca.
A MacArthur y todos los de-
ms funcionarlos en el extran-
jero se les orden especfica-
mente "abstenerse de hacer de-
claraciones directas a los pe-
ridicos y otros medios de pu-
blicidad sobre asuntos polticos.,
El 20 de marzo de 1951 el
Estado Mayor le avis a Mac
Arthur que el Presidente Tru-
man anunciaria dentro de poco
que las Naciones Unidas esta-
ba presionado para negociar
una paz en Corea y que se es>
taban planeando discusiones d'.-'
plomtlcas. pidindosele a Mao
Arthur que aflojara un poco
la guerra.
El 25 de marzo MacArthur
hizo declaraciones analizando la'
situacin de Corea, ofreciendo
encontrarse con el Comandante
Comunista en Corea para bus-
car un arreglo poltico satis-
factorio a las Naciones Unidas
sin ms derramamientos de
sangre.
En otra ocasin, el Estado
Mayor le sugiri a MacArthur
| que los soldados surcoreanos
; deberian ser armados para la
| lucha y MacArthur dijo que1
seria mejor equipar la reserva
de la Polica Naeional en Ja-i
pon.
El 20 de mareo de 1951 Mac
Arthur le envi una carta al
Representante Joseph W. Mar-
tin, en la cual retaba a la ad-
ministracin y pedia una gue-
rra total contra los comunls-
j tas en el Lejano Oriente. '.
r----------{
Educacin seala )
rrollo del individuo, economa
domstica y puericultura.
Da Jueves 19.
Estudios Sociales, principio y
tcnica del aprendizaje, organi-
zacin y manejo del aula y aa-
; neamento rural.
, Da Viernes 20.
' Espaol, problema socio-psico-
lgico de la niez, nuestro sis-
tema educativo y relaciones fa-
miliares.
Da Sbado 21
Evaluacin del progreso de los
alumnos y educacin de adoles-
centes y adultos.
Funcin de la Educacin.
Locales donde tendrn lugar los
exmenes del Instituto de Verana
Escuela
Panam, Nicols Pacheco
Coln. Pablo Arosemena
Nargan. Rodolfo Chiari
B. del Toro, Rep. de Nicaragua
La Palma (Darin), Primaria
Penonom, Simn Cont ,
Chitr, Toms Herrera to. 1
Las Tablas. Presidente Porras.
Santiago. "J. D. Arosemena".
Remedios. Antonio Angulzola
David, Centro Escolar I
En Europa
desobediencia.
Una de las rdenes desobe-
decidas por MacArthur fue la
expedida por el Estado Mayor
el 6 de diciembre de 1950 en
la eual se pedia a MacArthur
y a todos los miembros del
Estado Mayor, asi como a los
altos funcionarlos oficiales, abs-
tenerse de discusines pblicas
sobre la poltica exterior y ob-
tener permiso previo de los
Deoartamentos de Defensa y
Estado para rualquler declara-
cin sobre asuntos militares y
polticos. La orden tambin pe-
Cooperar la Ca.
de Fuerza y Luz
con Defensa Civil |
La Compaa Panamea de
Fuerza y Luz instalar a su
costo las sirenas de alarma pa-
ra prevenir ataques areos,
cooperando asi con las auto-
ridades de la Defensa Civil a
n campaa de preparation
los habitantes de las ciudades
terminales.
La psimera sirena ser ins-
talada en la torre del Cuar-
tel Central de Bomberos y su
i ado de accin abarcar un
rea hasta el Casino, La se-
gunda se instalar por los ai-
rededores de El Hotel "El Pa-
nam".
SE VENDE:
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baos, dos porches, garage, bellsimo jar-
dn, casi 1,000 metros terreno en Va Po-
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cisco No. 8, Tel. 2-3441.


MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIET1
Informe* para esta seccin se reciben en la
rCeaacdn Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telefono 3-3182
HORAS: 1:00 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 134
Punta de
Sur y sureste de la reserva a-1
yer, y lograron avanzar basta
a una milla de la represa. Otras
tuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
se encontraban abrindose pa- \
zo al oeste de la reserva.
Cocktail luna temporada en Bogot, se.
ti seor Fernando Eleta o-! encuentra de nuevo en Pana-' ftlga.
i ruci anoche un cocktail para m la seora Luisa O. .de Bur- ^o Luis Roberto Martin U
agasajar al seor Ooar Mestre, gos. Las aludamos cordlalmen- de Diego.
conociao magnate de la radio te. j --------------
cuoana, quien se encuentra ac- _^---------; 1
lalmen en Panam. -. Cumpleaos de Maana
Cerca de 200 rojos contra-
atacaron a las tropas surcorea-
nas al suroeste de Hwachon
durante la noche, pero los sur-
Seor Enrique Fonseca Zu- ^eari^los dUpersaron en me-
Batida contra los especuladores en
alimentos se comienza en Espaa
De Costa Rica
,. __. it, Grata estada le deseamos al
uespem ne Boiter ae^ Fernando Fournler, quien
Para despedir de su vida de encuentra pa^do varlos
soltera a la senoraa Anita nuestra canltal hos-
aedaa. quien contraer matrl- J^ao^^T^!0^1^^
momo a lines de esta semana. * _________
as seoritas Tereslta y DeMa
Mara Menaez olrecieron ayer De Cermeo
una chocoiatada en La Cno- Regresaron de Cermeo en
rrera donae permanecieron durante
_________ ei verano el Dr. Augusto 8
Cambio de Residencia *oyd, y w seuora Dora B. de
ti seor Camilo Fbrega y nieta y sus runo,
seora Berta' K. de iaurgu ._.'. -j
.-.. ..,auu 0u iuiou(Ua tu *a Aniversario de Matr.monlo
Via Espaa No. 2022, altos, en Hasta-David donde residen,
donde se ponen a las rdenes nos es p.a^ueiui emrlanc un
de sus amistades. augurio de felicidades a los
_________ muy estimados esposos Don
De los Estados Unidos Juan Molt y su Seora espo-
Presetaraos un atento saludo a Dona Rosa F. de Moito
de blenvenlaa a S. E. el MI- quienes cumplen hoy 37 aos
Seora Ella Z. de Rhode.
Seorita Carmen Rodrigues
Seor Marcel Pens.
Nio Ramn Alemn Jr.
Nio Alvaro Augusto Vive*
Ruis.
Los comunistas lanzaron otros
dos contraataques un poco ms
al Oeste en medio de la ms
completa oscuridad. Uno de los
ataques oblig a los nortame- Kl"a*obierno "ha" comenzado la
rlcanos retirarse al Este de batida contra los especuladores
Es para contener
el malestar por
el alto costo
MADRID, abril 11. (UP). -
Yongchon, pero el otro fue re-
pelido sin prdida de terreno.
Hombre de
nlstro de Agricultura y Co-
mercio seor Ricardo Arias E.
y seora Olga A. de Arias,
quienes regresan maana de
Washington.
ue casados.
De Colombia
Despus de
haber
Matrimonio
Estn circulando las partici-
paciones del matrimonio do 1".
arta. Crui Ma. Rodrguez con
el fir. Pablo S. Lomba, aeto
Dasado que se verificar el da 14 del
presente a las 6 y 15 en la
santa Iglesia de San Jos.
De Costa Rica
Saludamos al nio Roberto
Marintelll de Diego, quien re-
greso de San Jos en donde
pas la temporada de vaca-
clones.
Hoy cumple aos la simp-
tica seorita Berta Mara Ran-
gel, distinguida damita de es-
ta ciudad, quier est siendo
muy felicitada por este motivo.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al Dr. Adolfo O. Arias P. quien
sufre quebrantos de salud en
su residencia.
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin
nacido abandon hoy la Cl-
nica san femando la seora
Gloria Y de Morales.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Kate de Payne.
Seora Yola A. de Arlas.
Seora Carmela B. de Moda-
les.
Seora Isabel N. de de '
Guardia.
Seorita Rose Marie Domn-
guez.
Seorita Lilla Rojas Sucre.
Seorita Berta alaria Rango!-
Seor Alejandro de la Guar-
dia.
DR. ARTURO TAPIA C.
Especialista en Enfermedades
de la Piel
anuncia a su estimada clientela que a partir
de la fecha te encuentra de nuevo al frente
de su consultorio en el CENTRO MEDICO.
9 a 11:30 a.m.
4a 6 p.m.
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CITAS PREVIAS
Colegio de La Salle
Estn abiertas las matrculas
Se reciben alumnos para todos los grados de la
enseanza Primarla y para todos los aos de la
Secundaria.
Plaza Bolvar Calle 3a.
de las mismas.
En Panam visit la cono-
cida firma local Econogas, S.A.
con el objeto de familiarizarse otros,
con las condllcones del mer-
en alimentos, en un empeo
por contener el creciente mal-
estar debido al alto costo de
la vida.
entumirn Tras una reunin de Oablne-
m "niren te ei.vtemes, cuando se orde-
llbros marcados con clave, los n la batida, se Informa que
primeros introducidos en Clga- los funcionarlos de polica co-
rrillos, hacen pensar que ope-
raba una verdadera red de es-
pionaje totalitario entre nos-
cado local y se mostr suma- ** Biblioteca Nacional har jarldades.
mente interesado por la for- una exposicin de los documen-
menzaror buscar a los sos-
pechosos de especulacin e Ins-
peccionar los centros de abas-
tecimiento de alimentos con el
objeto de dar con las lrregu-
ma como se distribuyen sus
productos aqu.
Mientras dure su visita en
esta ciudad, el seor Lewis se-
r atendido por lo represen-
tantes de esta empresa.
tos encontrados en 24 cajas de
material confiscado a alema-
nes y japoneses durante la II
Guerra Mundial en nuestro pas
y que parecen probar la exis-
tencia de una red de espiona-
je totalitario.
QUINCE ANOS. Los quince aos tienen un maravillosa
significacin. Adornan el espritu y engalanan el rostro de
embrujadora alegra. La seorita Maritza Carlota Loo llega
hoy a esa edad encantadora. Al par que la felicitamos, par-
ticipamos a sus amistades un buffet flamante que le ofrecern
sus padres en su resideneia.
El Gobierno Cubano se est
convirtiendo en cmplice
del comunismo, dice Chibas
Por Mary Hirschfeld
(NANA)
LA HABANA, abril 11. (EPS).
El gobierno cubano se est
El Gabinete, despus de un
prolongado estudio sobre el cos-
to de la vida, anunci nuevas
medidas estrictas de regulacin
de alimentos de primera ne-
cesidad, ropa ,e Implant el
racionamiento de arroz y fuer-
tes castigos para los comer-
ciantes y productores que sean
sorprendidos violando la ley.
Las medidas del Gobierno
fueron adoptadas despus que
el malestar creado por el ele-
vado costo de la vida y los ba-
jos salarlos dio lugar a actos
de violencia que tuvieron lu-
gar recientemente en Barcelo-
na, asi como a manifestaciones
estudiantiles en Madrid y huel-
ga de brazos caldos en tres f-
bricas de tejidos en la zona
de San Sebastin.
El costo de la vida, segn
la Cmara de Comercio Espa-
ola, es siete veces mayor que
el nivel de 1035, mientras los
salarlos slo han aumentado
tres veces y media en relacin
con los que habla en 1630.
Los precios de alimentos de
primera necesidad no parecen
excesivamente elevados a los
extranjeros cuando se calcula
a base del tipo' de cambio de
40 pesetas por dlar que obtie-
nen los turistas. Con ese cam-
bio la leche cuesta diez centa-
vos litro, los tomates 25 cen-
tavos el kilo y el pescado en
general 45 centavos el kilo.
Pero para los espaoles es
algo bien distinto. Un asala-
riado con situacin econmica
superior a la del tipo prome-
dio, gana slo tres mil pesetas
(75 dlares) al mes. trabajando
en dos empleos con jornadas
de horas diarlas. 81 tiene una
familia de tipo corriente, todo
su sueldo se le va en comprar
alimentos.
mayora de los ciudadanos no
van a vender sus votos, y aun-
que el gobierno cambie algunos,
no puede Invalidar un nmero
suficiente. La eleccin de 1948
me fue robada porque no tenia
la debida organizacin, pero a-
hora va a ser diferente".
'Dnde obtiene usted los In-
formes para sus programas de
radio de los domingos por la
noche, sin duda los ms popu-
lares de Cuba"?
"Frecuentemente de fuentes
oficiales. ..unca pago por ellos".
El senador nos cito el caso
de un funcionarlo oficial, que
le present pruebas absolutas
de peculado, confesado: "Estoy
hasta el cuello en esto, lo mls-
nador en una entrevista ex-
clusiva. "El concepto de gobier-
no prevaleciente provee un cll- mo que mi hermano. SI usted
ma favorable a los comunistas.i citara mi nombre como la per-
convirtiendo en un agente del Debemos combatirles con la ho- < sona que le ha entregado estas
pruebas, me mataran- Quiz
comunismo, declara el senador i nestldad gubernativa.
Eduardo Chibas, cuya vigorosa "Yo soy el nico lder poli-
campaa de tres aos en pro tico que no he aceptado votos
de la honestidad oficial quiz i comunistas. Cuando me fueron
le lleve a la presidencia de su! ofrecidos en 1048, los recha-
pals. Ic. El presidente Prlo Socarras
Atacar al comunismo con!y su Partido Revolucionarlo los
palabras, pero sin hechos, es
una estupidez", nos dijo el se-
TODAVA ES TIEMPO!
SUSCRBASE A NUESTRO CLUB EJN EL
MES DE ABRIL Y LE ENTREGAREMOS
SU MERCANCA EN
NAVIDAD J!
dtCAUBA
Valuta cr/3
LA CASA DE LOS ViuKlOS X LOS LINLEOS
FACILIDADES DE PAGO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Avenida Central S6 CLUB Telefone 2-24*4
aceptaron.
"Estoy contra los comunistas,
no por oportunismo, sino por
una cuestin de principio. Sus
doctrinas son totalitarias e in-
ternacionales, las del mi partl-
dodo democrticas y naciona-
les".
"Estn los cubanos verdade-
ramente preparados para el e-
Jerclcio de la democracia"? le
preguntamos.
"Ninguna nacin latinoame-
ricana est ms adelantada que
Cuba poltlea y soclalmente",
nos contest. "Los cubanos es-
tamos tan preparados como los
norteamericanos en ese sentido.
y quiz ms que aquellos que
viven en los sectores del Sur de
los Estados Unidos".
"Cmo cree usted, realmente,
que sern las elecciones presi-
denciales de 1852"?
"Vamos a tener unas eleccio-
nes honestas, porque el pueblo
est capacitado para resistir
cuando usted sea Presidente me
OHNO A mejor y ms duradera
alivio para w garganta con las
cabmntw y deudosas Pastillas
Vkk. Estas no solo duran mil,
sino que son realm*** raedlet*
nadascon ingredientes eptd-
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AVISO
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REPBLICA DE PANAMA
BONOS DE INVERSION Y AHORRO
1M1 "1961
CAJA DE REDENCIN
De conformidad con el Articulo 2o. del Decreto nmero
684. de 22 de Agosto de 1945, la Caja de Redencin tiene
disponible la suma de setenta y un mil ochocientos sesenta
y ocho balboas solamente (B/71,888.00) para la compra de
bonos hasta la cifra mencionada a un precio no mayor del
valor nominal. Al efecto se recibirn en la Contraolrla Ge-
neral de la Repblica propuestas para la venta de bonos
hasta por un total de setenta y un mil ochocientos sesenta
y ocho balboas (B/71,M8.00> hasta las once (11:00) en punto
de la maana del da 14 del presente raes.
La suma sobrante despus de pagados los bonos ofrecidos
en venta o su total en el caso de que no haya ofertas, ser
dedicada para la adquisicin de bonos por medio de sorteo,
el cual se verificar el da 16 de los corrientes en las ofi-
cinas de la Contraloria Oeneral de la Repblica, a las tras
(3:00) de la tarde.
Contralor General
11 de Abril de 1951.
AGASAJO A UN RADIODIFUSOR DE CUBA. Los propietarios ? gerentes de las emisoras da
Panam, asistieron ayer a un agasajo brindado en El Rancho por el seor Fernando Eleta
al destacado propietario de radlofusoras de Cuba, seor don Gor Mestre. Representantes de
la prensa local tambin asistieron a este aeto social que resalte muy cordial f animado.
enviar a la crcel; pero no
me importa. Esto pesa sobre mi
conciencia y deseo hacer todo
lo que pueda pdr corregir el
mal".
La "ONU"
AVISO
Informativo Nmero 1 a que
l e refiere, fu publicado a
menos de dos meses de levan-
tados los Censos Nacionales; y
como se recordar, al da si-
guiente de efectuado el empa-
dronamiento, la Direccin doi
Censo comenz el suministro
de datos basados en los re-
cuentos preliminares. La efi-
ciencia que esto acredita re-
salta ms si se tiene en cuen-
ta que en otros pases esos da-
tos preliminares no se han
suministrado sino hasta diez
meses despus de efectuados!
los censos.
REPBLICA DE PANAMA
4% BONOS AEROPUERTO NACIONAL DE TOCUMEN 4%
1Mim
CAJA DE REDENCIN
De conformidad con el Articulo 2o. del Decreto nmero
965, de 12 de Octubre de 1946, la Caja de Redencin tiene
disponible la suma de cuarenta y siete mil ochocientos cin-
cuenta y seis balboas con veintiocho centesimos (B/47,856.28)
para la compra de bonos hasta la cifra mencionada a un
precio no mayor del valor nominal. Al efecto se recibirn
en la Contraolrla General de la Repblica propuestas para
la venta de bonos hasta por un total de cuarenta y siete mil
ochocientos cincuenta y seis balboas con veintiocho centesi-
mos (B/47,856.28) hasta las once (1:00) en punto de la
maana del dia catorce (14) del presente mes.
La suma sobrante despus de pagados los bonos ofreci-
dos en venta o su total en el caso de que no haya ofertas,
ser dedicada para la adquisicin de bonos por medio de
sorteos.
Contralor General
11 de Abril de 1951.
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por 3 das solamente
jueves viernes y sbado
GANGAS A GRANEL
APROVECHE ESTA GRAN OFERTA
que le hace< w
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VESTIDOS DE NOCHE, ligeramente manchados, desde..B/. 3.00
PLAY SUITS ................................... 2.50
DEPARTAMENTO DE ROPA INTERIOR
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Brassieres Permalift.......... 1.00
Brassieres Jubiliee, desda..... 1.25
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Peticotes de Seda fria......... 2.25
Camisones de Jersey, desde.... 3.95
Cortinas para Bao "Kleinert"
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Carteras de Puro Cuero........ 3.95
Carteras Plsticas ........... 2.75
Redecillas en colores, antes 0.60
ahora.. 0.10
Mantillas francesas........... 1.25
Medias NYLON Phoenix, descon-
tinuadas .................. 1.00
DEPARAMENTO DE BABYS
Maracas.........0.20 0.25 y 0.50
Alcancas Plsticas...........0.25
Platos Plsticos .............0.25
Vestidos para Bautizos
Antes. ..10.95 ahora.... 2.50
Zapatitos da Cuero............ 0.25
Billas Altasantes 21.50;
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tl PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES. ABRIL 11, 1K1
DIEZ EQUIPOS ESTN PARTICIPANDO EN EL
VIII CAMPEONATO NAL. DE BISBOL AMATEUR
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
BATERA FORMIDABLE. Presentamos aqu la batera del
equipo de Bocas del Toro que tan buena presentacin rindi
frente a la novena de Panam en la inauguracin del torneo
nacional de baseball. Son ellos el lanzador R. King y el re-
ceptor E. Prince. Se espera que el equipo de Bocas rinda una
gran campaa durante este campeonato.
Truman Revela Que lanzar Con
La Mano Izquierda El Lunes
T ASHINOTON, Abril 11 (UP).El ambidiestro lanzador Har-
"ry S. Truman, revel sus planes como serpentinero para el parti-
do inicial de la temporada de 1951 entre los Yanquis y Senado-
les que se celebrar aqu el lunes prximo.
El Presidente de los Estados l'nidos, quien usualmente man-
tiene en secreto sus planes para ese dia, prometi lanzar la pri-
mera bola con la mano zurda.
Truman revel asi al aceptar del Presidente de los Senadores,
Clark Griffith, el pase para todos los partidos en la Liga Ame-
ricana asi como otro v mi maletn negro de cuero para la seora
Truman, v
Doble juego presenta hoy el
soft comercia; Fiduciario '
vs Hudson y Bush vs Packard
En la edicin de La Estrella
de Panam, del martes 10, el
colega Ricardo A. Pardo, se ex-
presaba de la labor del equipo
de la Polica Nacional en la
justa social de softball y en
uno de sus prrafos deca que
el temor que le tenan los ar-
bitros a los Jugadores del 'team'
policial haba desaparecido. Co-
mo una rara coincidencia en
el diarlo La Hora, en la colum-
na Sucesos Deportivos de ese
mismo dia, sala a la luz p-
blica una carta rubricada por
el fantico Salvador Prez V
en la cual haca sentir su voz
de protesta por el psimo arbi-
traje de los arbitros en contra
de los rivales del equipo de la
Polica. Salvador Prez, pone
como ejemplo los partidos del
equipo de la Polica frente al
Alemn Jr., y ptica Sosa. Exis-
ten dos cosas, o el quejoso es
excesivamente fantico o sus
simpatas estn en contra del
conjunto de los "gendarmes". El
lugar que ocupamos para pre-
senciar los juegos est cerca del
"home", que nos permite ver
con relativo' claridad las juga-
das que se desarrollan durante
los diferentes partidos y hemos
observado que los arbitros se
desempean en forma impeca-
ble, y podemos opinar que los
arbitros actuales del softball
social son los mejores que en
temporada alguna hayan ac-
tuado. Cumberlbacht, Tudor,
Martiz, Ros y Checa, represen-
tan una garanta para los equi-
pos, y nos extraa mucho las
quejas del seor Prez. SI algo
anormal aconteci en el Juego
entre la Polica y el Sosa, se-
ria el exceso del bate de parte
de los competidores, aprove-
chando los ganadores los me-
jores "ralles" para sacar ven-
taja. A lo que Prez se refiere
de los jugadores que actan en
otras ligas, podemos manifes-
tarle que en el diarlo La Na-
cin sall una carta firmada
por todos los capitanes de equi-
pos de la Liga de Coln y el
presidente de la Justa de ese
deporte en la Costa Atlntica,
haciendo constar que ningn
jugador de la Polica que toma
parte en la Justa capitalina ac-
ta en la de Coln. No hay
que culpar seor Prez, a Fe-
lipe Motta, lo que hay que ha-
cer con este seor es hacer
pblica su labor en beneficio
del softball... hay que agrade-
cer y no desmeritar.
San Blas y Darin debutan hoy. Se
arregla nuevo calendario de juegos
CHITRE, Abril 11 (Por 8. Ival- |
di)Diez equipos estn partici-
pando nuevamente en el Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur con la llegada de los
equipos de San Blas y Darin,
que se miden hoy en su primer
compromiso del Torneo. _
Debido a esto se reform el
Calendario de Juegos, el cual se
extender ahora al lunes 23 de
Abril.
Primero se haba confecciona-
do un calendario a base de nue-
ve equipos, despus se reform
al saberse que tambin partici-
para San Blas, pero debido a
las protestas de Los Santos y
Cocle, el Comit se reuni en
la Alcalda por segunda vez en
el da de ayer y volvi a modifi-
car el Calendario.
Este nuevo Calendarlo est
firmado por los Delegados, Eli-
sondo Tejada O., Pablo Ros, To
ms Muoz, Horacio Filos, Ed-
mundo Sobern, Camilo Gonzlez
L. C. Wald, Luis A. Prez. El
Delegado de Cocl no firm por
estar ausente, y el de Darin no
haba llegado an.
Al rehusar ayer Jugar San
Blas contra Bocas del Toro, esta
novena gan entonces su com-
promiso con el Darin por ina-
sistencia. Esta actitud del equi-
po de San Blas fu criticada
por el pblico y el Comit.
Deportes a Granel
Cor KMiKMl
Decamos anoche por la
Red Panamericana
El prximo domingo se corre-
r en el Hipdromo Nacional el'
Clsico Polica Nacional, dedica*
do a esos fieles servidores que:
celosamente vigilan por la se-
gurldad personal del pueblo. En
esta prueba sern vistos en ac- j
clon los ms destacados caba-
los que compiten en la vieja |
cancha sabanera por lo cual hay
enorme entusiasmo entre los fa-
nttaoi de la hpica por esta
gran carrera.
El crack de la pista Royal.
Coup esta Inscrito en dicha prue
ba y es casi seguro que ser
conducido por el Jinete Cata-
lino Iglesias.
Este evento es el ltimo ante-1
rlor al Derby panameo o sea:
el clsico "Presidente de la Re-!
pblica" que se correr el dia
29 de los corrientes y con la par-
ticipacin del os mejores equi-
nos de franconla.
DIO LA GRAN SORPRESA. El equipo de Los Santos que en su primera aparicin en el cam-
peonato de baseball amateur haba lucido sum ament dbil, ayer dl la gran sorpresa al ven-
cer al poderoso equipo de Chirlqui por anotacin de 6 carreras a 4. Aqu aparece el equipo
desfilando el da inaugural de este torneo de baseball amateur.
Se comentaba por all que
Blas Aguirre conducira a Royal
Coup en ambas pruebas clsicas,
pero se rumora ahora que ha
sido eliminado del Stud Canta-
gallo por la forma tan rara co-
mo condujo a Main Road el do-
mingo.
La Liga Comercial de soltball
fresenta esta noche un doble
uego que debe ser muy intere-
sante en el primero se enfren-
tan los punteros del Fiduciario
contra los coleros del Hudson,
en un partido, que de triunfar
los primeros los ponen en po-
sicin muy ventajosa para cla-
sificar en el torneo final.
El segundo Juego que debe ser
el mejor ser entre el PAC-
KARD y el RADIO BUSH que
se consideran muy fuertes y pa-
rejos. SI los radlfilos vencen
esta noche dan un paso ms
hacia el derecho de participar
en la serle final y por su lado
los automovilistas pueden que-
dar eliminados de esta posibili-
dad si sufren un descalabro.
i
SI los pupilos de Tato Arango
vencen esta noche se colocan en
el segundo lugar y si vencen
los automovilistas quedan en el
tercero.
La Seleccin de la Comercial venci
a los Policas Zonetas en Softball
Ante ms de 400 personas
la Seleccin de la Liga Comer-
cial de Softball derrot anoche a
la Polica de la Zona del Canal
por siete carreras a seis en un
gran juego. Por los visitantes
lanz todo el Juego el gran
Chaney a quien solo le conecta-
ron los locales cinco hits. Por la
Seleccin tir todo el juego Jim-
my Arlain, que result el lan-
zador ganador.
Cheney ponch a siete y dl
10 bases por bolasEn el quin-
to con un corredor en bases
Hooper tercera base del equipo
visitante se fu de jonrn.
El equipo de la Comercial co-
meti seis errores y los zonetas
uno.
Los Policas retaron para un
segundo Juego.
UNA JUGADA ESPECTACULAR. Durante la serle final del
softball social lo sequipos estn jugndose el todo por el todo
para obtener la victoria. En esta magnifica vista el jugador
del ptica Sosa, Roy Ferguson, se roba el home, saltando so-
bre el receptor Smith de la Polica Nacional. La jugada fu
muy discutida y el arbitro declar salvo al corredor Ferguson.
Deportes en La Boca
SOFTBALL...
Resultado de Ayer
Spur Cola 7 ptica Sosa 3
La contienda Superior de Soft-
ball prosigue esta tarde a las
4.30 en el campo de La Boca
con el juego entre los equipos
Rellance-Phllltplne Rattan y
Elks, partido ste en el cual
ambos buscan su primer xito.
El partido sealado para ma-
ana correr a cargo del os fuer
tes conjuntos Panam Radio
Corporation (equipo compuesto
de jugadores de Oomboa Zona
del Canal) y Chesterfield, don-
de ambos defendern su invicto;
ya que el Chesterfield ha derro-
tado en su previa ocasiones a
nada menos que los Elks y Pa-
nam Stars; y los muchachos
de Panam Radio Corporation,
a ptica Sosa y Cervecera Na-
cional. Lanzara por el equipo
Chesterfield nada menos que el
gran lanzador de bola suave S.
Tudor y B. Williams por el Pa-
nam Radio Corporation.
El Juego de ayer lo gan el
Spur Cola sobre el ptica Sosa
por 7 a 3, en un gran choque.
Victor New lanz por los gana-
dores y Belgrave por los perde-
dores permitiendo el primero a
sus rivales S lncoglbles y el otro
nueve. Ms de ochocientas per-
sonas presenciaron el desafio.
En la contienda menor a las;
4.45 se miden en el diamante de
baseball el ganador de la pri-
mera mitad C. y O. Trott y De-
portivo Fergus. Ambos se pre-
sentan dispuestos a mejorar sus
puntuaciones en la contienda y
se espera un reido Juego.
Nacional y Mendoza
buscan su la. victoria
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. E. P. FU.
Dep. Pern S 1 7
Coronel Remn 1117
PRI Z z 4
Mendosa J
Nacional I 0 .
Los equipos Mendoza y Nacio-
nal se enfrentarn hoy a las
cuatro y media de la tarde en
el cuadro de la Calle 27 Oeste,
en la continuacin del Campeo-
nato Mayor de Ftbol del Barrio
del Chorrillo.
Estos dos oncenos no han lo-
grado entrar en la columna de
ganadoresy tratarn hoy de ob-
nere su primera victoria para
salir de la retaguardia.
ATLANTA, Abril (UP)Los
Dodgers derrotaron al equipo de
1 Atlanta de la Asociacin Meri-
i dional. por siete a cuatro con
; Preacher Roe lanzando las nue-
1 ve entradas del partido. |
Para el clsico "Presidente de
la Repblica" ha Informado el
dinmico Gerente del Hipdro-
mo que el sitio denominado
"Club House" ser reservado pa-
ra las personalidades de nuestro
mundo Social y Poltico. La en-
trada a ese lugar ser por invl-
Maana se cierran
las inscripciones
del Cpio. de lenis
La Comisin Nocional de Tenis
ha anunciado que las lnscrlp-
clones para el torneo nalconal
de singles se cierra maana.
Los interesados en participar
en dicho torneo que se Iniciar i
posiblemente esta misma semana
pueden comunicarse con el Sr.
David Halma en el telfono No.
2-1103 o llamar directamente a
la Piscina Olmpica.
tacin y las tarjetas, que ya
fueron confeccionadas, sern re-
partidas por el departamento
de Protocolo del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores.
He aqui las principales sancio-
nes impuestas por los Camlsa-
rlos de Juan Franco esta sema-
na
Primera Carrera
El jinete O. Snchez reempla-
z en ARQUIMEDES a O. Al-
faro, a quien se suspendi por
cuatro (4) reuniones por no
cumplir sus compromisos de
monta, y ser relncldente en es-
ta falta.
Tercera carrera
Por monta negligente, se sus-
pendi por seis (8) reuniones al
aprendiz E. Alfaro (LA LOBA)
quien argy que en la primera
curva perdi la huasca, pero su
actuacin posterior a este inci-
dente se consider inaceptable.
El preparador O. Sllvera mani-
fest su Inconformidad con la
monta del aprendiz Alfaro.
Sptima carrera
El jinete G. Snchez sustituy
en GALB FORCE a G Graell, a
quien se suspendi por dos (2)
reuniones por no cumplir su
compromiso de monta.
Llamado el preparador Luis
Rodrguez manifest su incon-
formidad con la monta de V.
Castillo (LITUANA), a quien se
suspendi por ocho (8) reunio-
nes, por considerar inaceptable
sus explicaciones sobre la ac-
tuacin de ese ejemplar.
Informes del domingo Abril S
Por cerrarlo en la primera I
curva reclam C. Chong (Paja-
rito) contra V. Ortega (Tin Tan
Se estableci que el Jinete Or-
tega oblig al aprendiz Chong
a levantar su cabalgadura, pero
debido a su inexperiencia, afue-
ra lo que ocasion que las extre-
midades delantera de Pajarito
tropezaran con las posteriores
de Tin Tan. Por relncldente en
montas bruscas se suspendi al
Jinete Ortega por ocho (8) reu-
niones.
LISBOA, Abril 11Por cuatro
goles contra uno, en un match
Internacional de ftbol, Italia
triunfo esta tarde sobre Portu-
gal, ante 80.000 personas pre-
sentes en el estadio nacional pa
ra asistir a este encuentro que
constltuila el primer partido in-
ternacional de la temporada.
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZN)
El Torneo Interno de Bola
Suave de la Empresa Fuerza y
Luz continu en el cuadro del
campo deportivo de Paltilla con
el partido que sostuvieron los
conjuntos de Planta Elctrica vs
Garage y Almacn, ganando el
primero con pizarra de once ca-
rreras a cuatro.
Los Elctricos obtuvieron una
fcil victoria con el apoyo de su
lanzador ganador C. Dacosta
quien se present en buenas fir-
mas, permitiendo cinco aislados
lncoglbles; mientras que los Al-
macenistas se presentaron flo-
jos tanto en la defensiva como
en la ofensiva, permitiendo los
dos lanzadores 10 imparables. El
lanzador perdedor fu Lemas.
En el partido de base-ball la
novena Distribucin pint de
blanco a la Planta, Garage y
Almacn por anotacin de 10
carreras a 0.
Este partido result carente de
emocin ya que los Distribuido-
res apabullaron de lo lindo a los
Productores, castlganBo a los
lanzadores Pilo Martinez y Chi-
quitn Rangel con 12 Imparables
mientras que el lanzador gana-
dor E. Arosemena permiti 2 in-
cogibles. Fueron los mejores ba-
teadores por el equipo ganador :
E. Lewis de 2-2; J. Tufin 4-3;
K. Lee con 3-2; y por los perde-
dores los nicos fueron Martnez
con 1-1 y A. Chase 2-1.
Partieron rumbo a Chltr, Sede
del VIII Campeonato Nacional
de Baseball Amateur unas de
las figuras ms destacadas de
nuestras Ligas Internas, como
los son Toms (Chilla) Zamora
Rogelio (Yeyo) Mern y Rafael
(Cholo)) Pinzn, Por medio de
esta Columna les deseamos el
mayor de los xitos en sus no-
bles representaciones que tienen
a su cargo.
LIMA, Abril 11 (UP)Inau-
gurado la temporada de ftbol
de Primera Divisin, el cuadro
"Sporting Tabaco" gan el tor-
neo relmpago de 1951, derro-
tando a "Alianza de Liga", por
dos goles a cero.
El torneo relmpago se desa-
rroll en el curso de la tarde
de hoy, con la intervencin de
los 10 cuadros de ht primera
divisin, jugndose partidos de
40 minutos cada uno, o sea de
dos tiempos de 20 minutos cada
uno.
El cubano 0. Mioso
jonrone ayer, pero
los Indios perdieron
NASHVILLE, Abril 11 (UP)
El cubano Orestes Mioso jon-
rone por los Indios pero los
Gigantes triunfaron por anota-
cin de 10 carreras a 6, batean-
do 15 lncoglbles dos de los cuales
fueron Jonrones del lanzador
Deve Koslo y el torpedero Alvln
Dark ambos con hombres en ba-
se.
Por primera vez en la historia
de este parque construido en
1885, se permiti la entrada a
las graderas de personas de ra-
za de color. Cada una de las
novenas cuenta con cuatro pe-
loteros de color.
LOS GIGANTES DERROTARON
A LOS INDIOS POR 16 a 4.
ARKANSAS, Abril (UP)Los
Gigantes dispararon 14 lncogl-
bles seis de ellos con jonrones
para apullar a Steve Gromek.
en cuatro entradas y Al Rozek
en otras cinco para derrotar a
los Indios por 18 a 4, mientras
que su serpentinero S. Jones,
permita 10 inatrapables en nue
ve entradas. Whtey Lockman
lonrone dos veces y Alvln Dark,
Hank Thompson, Monte Irvln,
y Eddie Stanky Una,
No participar el
equipo de Coln en
el ftbol local
El equipo de ftbol de Coln,
que habla solicitado peticin
para participar en el Campeo-
nato de primera categora de
la Liga Provincial de Panam,
desisti de su propsito debido
a ciertas dificultades y a la opo-
sicin que ha encontrado en un
sector del balompi colonense.
La informacin fu enviada a
la Liga por el Representante
Tamayo y en el Telegrama re-
cibido agradece la gentileza de
la Liga de Panam pidiendo dis-
pensa por el tiempo perdido.
En esta forma solamente seis
equipos se disputarn el Cam-
peonato del Ftbol Mayor Capi-
llno, o sean Ibrico, Pacfico,
Ancn, Hispano, Huracn y Dl-
tranl.
Winther y Pri vuelven
a chocar en el ftbol
menor del Chorrillo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
gT P. Pje.
Winther ............... t 4
PRA ................ 1 1 t
PRI ..................... O
El. Deportivo Winther defien-
de su Invicto maana en la tar-
de en la calle 27 Oeste, cuando
se enfrente a los muchachos me-
nores del PRI., en el Campeo-
nato Menor de Ftbol del Barrio
del Chorrillo.
La primera vez que los pupilos
de Norberto Navarro se enfren-
taron el Winther, perdieron por
tres a una, pero maana trata-
rn de vengar la derrota sufri-
da y a la vez salir de la reta-
guardia.
El arbitro para este partido
ser el conocido futbolista del
Club Antn, Carlos Torres.
Muy interesante
result el boxeo
amateur de Coln
Sumamente Interesantes y re-
idas resultaron las peleas del
Boxeo Amateur, celebradas lti-
mamente en el Gimnasio "Eve-
rardo Nez". El programa com-
pleto fu del agrado del pbli-
co que asisti al desarrollo de
los encuentros.
La nueva revelacin del Boxeo
Aficionado Colonense, ISIDRO
MARTINEZ, le gan al campen
nacional de la categora de .os
gallos. Ratling Lewis, en 4 asal-
tos movidos y Eduardo Weather
super a su ltimo vencedor
Vicente Sharwood por decislan
en cuatro asaltos, para as ven-
gar su derrota anterior.
En la mejor pelea del progra-
ma, Jos Edwln sub-campen
nacional de las 135 libras le ga-
n la decisin a H. Jones en 4
asaltos.
Los resultados de las peleas
son las siguientes Alfred Larry
de 108 libras, derrotp or deci-
sin a Cluadio Martnez de 104
libras, Daniel Vergara de 124
libras gan por puntos a Ortega
Justin de 131 libras.
Para el prximo viernes, la
Comisin de Boxeo Amateur de
Coln ha confeccionado un pro-
grama Interesante que tiene co-
mo atraccin principal la pelea
entre Herbert Douglas, hermano
menor del conocido boxeador
Young Finnlgan, y Pedro Tests.
Estos dos muchachos debieron
pelear como atraccin especial
con las reglas amateur en el
programa que se ofreci al de-
saparecido boxeador panameo
Stanley McKay, pero por haber
sufrido Tesis una torcedura en
la mueca, tuvo oue ser rem-
nlazado por Jos Edwin, a quien
Douglas puso fuera en un asal-
to.
Con las autoridades
denortivas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campe di
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
Bocas vs San Blas, Coln vs
Veraguas y Panam vs Darin
chocan maana en Chitr
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur Chltr
G. P. Pje.
Cocl .................. t 1.000
Herrera ............ 1 0 1.000
Panam ............... 1 0 1.000
Chiriqui........... 1 1 .500
Bocas del Toro .... 1 1 .500
Los Santos..,........ 1 1 .500
Coln ............ 0 1 .000
Darin .............. 0 1 .000
Veraguas ............ 0 2 .000
San Blas .......... .-
Juegos de Hoy
DARIN vs SAN BLAS
BOCAS vs CHIRIQUI
HERRERA vs LOS SANTOS
Partido de Maana
BOCAS va SAN BLAS
COLON vs VERAGUAS
PANAMA vs DARIN
Resultados de Ayer
. .Cocl 11Veraguas 6
Los Santos 6Chiriqui 4
Bocas del Toro Darin 0.
CHITRE, Abril 11 (Por S. Ival-
r maana el VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
entre los equipos Bocas del Toro
vs San Blas, Coln vs Veraguas 4
y Panam vs Darin.
Estn favoritos para estos en-
cuentros los conjuntos de Bocas
del Toro, Coln y Panam.
La novena de Coln se presen-
tar maana a cumplir su se-
gundo compromiso del torneo
con el proposito de entrar en la
columna de ganadores, y Pana-
m que tambin Jugarn su se-
gundo partido, defender su in-
victo en el comande de las ac-
ciones. /
Juego de capital importancia
Sostienen hoy Polica y Sosa
ESTADO DE LA SERIE
(Softabll Social)
G. P.
Polica Nacional ...... 4
ptica Sosa........S 1
Alemn Jr......... 3
Camellos ............... 3
cial de Softball. De ganar la Po-
lica esta tarde se asegurar el
campeonato, pero de perder se
producir un empate en el sitio
de honor.
El partido de maana correr
a cargo del Alemn Jr. y Ca-
mellos, equipos estos que estn
disputndose la opcin al Sub-
campeonato y al tercer lugar,,
motivo por el cual deben ofrecer
una lucha brillante y pareja,
Too de Sedas, destacado Cronls
ta Deportivo de "La Estrella de
Panam" lanzar la primera
bola.
Milton Brown ser el lanza-
dor del Alemn Jr. y Gerard
Doddley lo har por los Cigarri-
Ueros, donde el ganador logra-
r su primer triunfo de la serie
final y mantendr su opcin al
trofeo del sub-Campeonato.
El partido de ayer lo gan
fcilmente la Polica sobre el
Alemn Jr., por 11 carreras a 6.
875' Sldney Tudor fu el lanzador
000 perdedor y Rudy Prince el gana-
000 (*or> logrando su segundo triun-
fo en la contienda.
Pje.
1.000
Juego de Hoy
POLICA vs ptica sosa
Partido de Maana
ALEMN Jr. vs CAMELLOS
Resultado de Ayer
Polica Nal. 11Alemn Jr. 6
Por BETO TEJADA
Esta tarde chocan en Santa
Rita los equipos Polica Nacional
y ptica Sosa, en la continua-
cin de la serle final por el t-
tulo de Campen de la Liga So-
CHATTArfOOGA. Abril (UP)
Las Medias Blancas batearon IT
lncoglbles uno de los cuales fu ,
jonrn del jardinero Al Zarrilla,
para derrotar al Chattanooga de
la Asociacin Meridional, por 15
a 4.
ARKANSAS, Abril (UP)El
jardinero Hank Sauer jonrone
con dos en base para contribuir
a la victoria de los Cachorros
sobre Little Rock de la Asocia-
cin Meridional por seis a una.
Destilado y Embotellado
en Escocia
BLACKiWHITE
WHISKY ESCOCS km
IAMES IUCMANAN A CO. LTD., CLASOOW, SCOTLAND
Agencias W. H. DOEL, Distribuidores
Ave. Central No. 14. Panam Tel. J-27M


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Los Yanquis no
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DALLAS, Texas Abril (.
P.)Los Yanquis anunciaron
anoche que el torpedero Phll
Rlzzuto y loa lanzadores Allle
Reynolds y Joe Page, saldrn en
avin hacia el hospital John
Hopkins en Baltimore y quizs
no puedan contar con sus ser-
vicios cuando la novena Inaugu-
re la temporada de la Liga Ame-
ricana el lunes prximo.
El doctor P. N. Glrard, espe-
cialista en ortopedia dijo que
Reynolds tiene astillado el hue-
so del brazo derecho y Rlzzuto
tiene el nervio dislocado y Page
I sufre de padecimiento en el
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Filigranas musicales
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7:00 Espaoleras
7:15 Acordes porteos
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8:30 Boleros favoritos
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Uncle Miltie se
convirti en el
favorito del Derby
KTJEVA YORK, Abril (UP)
Uncle Miltie se convirti en uno
de los primeros favoritos para
Celebra su cumpleaos
el H. Hernando Matiz
Celebra hoy su cumpleaos
el H. C. don Hernando A. Mar-
tlz, vice-presldente de la C-
mara Municipal y representan-
te en sta del Partido Reno-
vador. Sus colegas del Concejo
le ofrecern con este motivo
una serenata y el seor Martlz
brindar una recepcin en su
residencia. Al registrar esta
nueva, enviamos nuestras feli-
citaciones al joven politico y
hacemos votos fervientes por su
ventura personal.
Las Grandes Ligas
sufrieron su la.
baja en Corea
CHICAGO, Abril 10 (UP)Los
Cachorros Informaron que el re-
ceptor Leneve de su equipo fin-
ca en Vlsalla, California muri
en accin en Corea y un porta-
voz de la novena dijo que se
cree ha sido el primer pelotero
profesional caldo en Corea.
Los Cachorros dijeron que Le-
neve quien contaba 22 aos de
edad muri el 2 de Diciembre,
siendo Infante de la marina en
la batalla que se librara entre
Udanaml y Haguriri.
Aadieron que el Departamen-
to de Ouerra habla confirmado
que Leneve muri en esa bata-
lla tras drsele por "desapare-
cido en accin" por muchos me-
ses.
ganar el Derby de Kentucky al
ganar la carrera "Prospect Pur-
se" en el HlDdromo de Jamaica
sobre una distancia de 1200 me-
tros por ms de cinco cuerpos.
Uncle Miltie corri la distancia
en l.io 1-5 y su Jinete Hedley
Woodhouse dej que siguiera
corriendo hasta recorrer los 1.-
00 metros en 1.37 2-5.
Segundo lleg Battlefield y
tercero Nullify. Big Stretch otro
favorito para el Derby de Ken-
tucky lleg Texto. El ganador
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Fueron tan lejos en sus sue-
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sar!...
No pudieron librarse de los
sueos...
No tuvieron pai sus cora-
sones...
Una Pelcula Incomparable!...
YA VIENE .H. GAVILN! I
"Prisin de Sueos" estrena
maana el Teatro Eldorado
Sociedad cultural
har un paseo a
Taboga el domingo
La Sociedad Hovecu, aprob
por unanimidad, la designacin
de los Sres. Carlos Sol Bosch,
Arquimedes Fernndez, Ignacio
Valds, Armando Moreno G.,
Mario Fonseca, Antonio Racl-
nes, e Isidro Carbonell; siendo
los tres ltimos, presidentes de
los clubes: Deportivo Pacifico,
Deportivo Santo Domingo y los
Unidos, como invitados de ho-
nor a la Jira cultural que esta
entidad efectuar el domingo 19
de los corrientes a Taboga.
Actuarn guitarristas, can-
tantes, etc., que deleitarn a
los participantes. Adems, la
comisin de Finanzas y Orga-
nizacin trabaja activamente **
los ltimos detalles de la jira.
Dicha comisin Junto con la
Secretarla de Organizacin, a-
cord que los nios menores da
diez aos que vayan al paseo,
pagarn medio pasaje.
La cuota se recibe hasta el
viernes 13 de los corrientes, y
se pasar lista a las seis da
la maana.
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ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
El drama de un
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Qu son los sueos? Qu representan los sueos en la vida
real? Todos soamos con amores dulces..., con amar en paz...
Los ricos, suean con ser felices...! Y tambin los pobres sue-
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fuimos demasiado lejos en nuestro sueo, tan lejos que es Impo-
sible regresar...
"PRISIN DE SUEOS", es una pelcula basada en la histo-
ria de un hombre con ilusiones, y en el amor de una mujer. Una
historia que nos muestra como la realidad de la vida comienza
donde el sueo termina, o acaba, precisamente, donde el sueo
comienia...
"PRISIO NDE SUEOS", conmueve y emociona, porque es un
amor Inspirado en los ms adorados sueos...
"PRISIN DE SUEROS", est Interpretada por Esther Fer-
nndez, herona de tantas pelculas, por Roberto Caedo, que
triunf en "La Casa Chica" v "Pueblerina", y ser el galn de
ms xito en 1981; por la bellsima Katy Jurado, y por Rodolfo
Acosta, y fotografiada por el camargrafo mejor del mundo. Ga-
briel. Figueroa.
"PRISIN DE SUEOS", se estrena maana en tl-Teatro El-
dorado, y ser otro xito de seleccin de la empresa en su tem-
porada popular a 50 centavos.
UNA PELCULA...
QUE TENIA QUE SER TAN BUENA!.
PARA MERECER SER
ESTRENADA SIMULTNEAMENTE..
DESDE MAANA
EN LOS TEATROS
VARIEDADES
PRESIDENTE
CON LO QUE EL PUBLICO RECLAMA!..
EL BAILE DEL RITMO APASIONANTE
Y DE MODA! EL
* MAMBO*
MARIA ATONIETA
P O N S
Bailado por su mejor intrprete
y las ms bellas y pegajosas
Canciones Tropicales!
Gran
xito de
PELI
MEX
MA. ANTONIETA PONS
SARA GARCIA EN
flA\ tlEHMAX IDEti
AH\A\AH\BC ~
Con Eduardo NORli

jCIIO N r. I DILI! m r, > n a
J o
PIKtOUlN GLORIA MAMO! IOS "IOS II '
'MQUMINfOCEA roil USTAMANTfTA VAHCIAJ
Di.eccin dt. RAMON PEREDA
NO APTA PARA MENORES!
PRONTO!
LA LOCA DE LA CASA
La Reina de las Sirenas {Esther Williams) prefiere
TEATRO LUX-MANANA
ROMANCE MUSICAL EN TECNICOLOR!
NOTA: Pida su Tiquete para la Rifa de loa Vestidos de Bao
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