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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PanmtwUmericati
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Scemvimt's VO. H
CANADIAN WHISKY U
fWBNTX-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1951
F1VI CENTS
TRUMAN ACT PUTS M'ARTHUR
BACK IN PRESIDENTIAL RUNNING
RP Woman Linked
To Killing Gives Up
\
THE WASHING GOES ONUnmindful of the U. S. tank crossing the Pukhan River In pursuit
o Communist troops, the Korean woman at left goes about her washing. After nine months of being
buffeted by war, most Korean civilians pay little heed to the military activity around them. (NEA-
Acme Telephoto by Staff Photographer Bert Ashwo"
Bohan Trial Gets Under Way
After Jury Is Finally Chosen
' With every Indication that It
will be a long drawnout proce-
dure, the Jury trial of retired Pa-
nama Canal undertaken Grover-
Bohan got under way this morn-
ing in the Ancon District Court.
At 11:46 a.m. only two govern-
ment witnesses out of the 21
who were sworn in had taken
the stand. Five others, who will
not be reached today, had been
excused until tomorrow morning-.
All of the witnesses had been ex-
eluded from the courtroom af-
ter the Jury was seated at 10 am.
Selection of the Jury, howev-
er, moved faster than had been
anticipated in view of Rohan's
wide acquaintanceship on the
Isthmus because of his long-
time activity in such organi-
sations as the Elks, the Canal
Zone Credit Union and the
AFGE.
The Jury panel of 47 those
remaining after the original 60
had been reduced by absences
caused by vacations, resignations
or excuses was questioned
closely as to their associations
with the defendant. Twenty-one
of the 47 indicated that they
knew Bohan to some degree,
seven said that the case had been
discussed in their presence and
four of these said they had
formed opinions.
Two prospective jurors were
excused before the drawing of
the jury started. These were
James O. DesLondes, like Bohan
a Past Exalted Ruler of the Elks
Lodge and Mrs. Nlta B. Hartman,
a Municipal Division employe and
longtime resident of the Canal
Zone who said she feared that
he might be prejudiced by ear-
lier discussions of the case.
Seven Jurors were excused on
preemptory challenges and the
of: Mrs. Edna Albright of Fort
Amador, Mrs. Beatrice Sergeant,
Mrs. Eva Dlckson, W. W. E. Hoyle,
R. E. Armlstead, Joseph H. Stll-
son. Jr. (the only one of the 12
who has seen prior jury service
here,) Robert F. Roche, Orlando
L. Flye, Mrs. Teresa Comber,
Oeorge H. Lagan, E. L. Konopin-
skl and Mrs. Amy Sartaln.
In his 40-mlnute opening
statement, Assistant District At-
torney R. K. Hazard summar-
ized the two cases which are
being tried together. He told the
Juror how, last September, Bo-
han had accepted money, and
had given personal receipts, as
payment for two Panam Canal
caskets. One of these had. been
purchased Dec. 1 by Leonard
White of Gamboa for his wife.
Genella; the other was bought
by Earl Gittens Dec. 18 for his
fiancee, Mrs. Wllhelmlna Cun-
ningham. The White casket cost
$210, that bought by Oittens
was a $70 wooden coffin.
White took the stand as the
first government witness, fol-
lowed by a friend, George Jeff-
ers. /
Bohan Is on trial for two vio-
lations: falling to account
promptly for government funds.
During preliminary hearing it
was brought out that the money
for the White and Cunningham
caskets had not been turned In-
to the Oorgas Hospital office
until Jan. 23.
Blaze Of Glory
MELDORF, Germany, April
12 (UP) Novice Fireman
Siegfried Baume received
one year's imprison m e n t
here today for setting fir*
to a barn.
"I wanted to show off my
new uniform," he explained
to the Court.
The Seasons
Just Starting
To Hot Up
After Incessant grilling by the
Secret Police of Panama, Mrs.
Bacarla de Ballls, wife of Manuel
Ballls, and Marcos Antonio Alva-
rado, Costa Rlcan, confessed
their participation in the rob-
bery that preceded last week's kll
ling of Manuel Armando Javier
near the Interior town of Ar-
raljan.
Ballls, who stated he killed Ja-
vier Gonzalez in self defense, Is
being held by police, who are In-
vestigating the killing as well as
the disappearance of several
thousand dollars from the Air
Express Office at Tocumen Air-
port where he was In charge.
intensive work by sub-lnjpect-
or Rosendo Ochoa. of the Secret
. le ,alded by Inspector Jaen
of the Homicide section, working
and
late by
Jury, as finally sealed consisted Chinese port.
British Seize Red Ship
In Hong: Kong Harbor
HONG KONG. April 12.
(UP). Armed police
British Royal Navy, men took
over the Chinese tanker Yung-
hao forcibly this afternoon as re-
ports circulated that the Pei-
plng Government might retal-
selzlng British ships in
Although the weather is hot
and the humidity high, this
April so far Is cooler than usual,
and the real "hotting up" may
be expected any day now
sho.-vly on either side of a date
that has been located by mete-
orologists at Balboa Heights as
April 13, Friday this year.
Weather records for the past
46 years show that the hottest
day of the year almost always
falls within a period of about IS
days either before or after that
date, when the sun reaches its
zenith point over the Isthmus
and Its rays strike this area
most directly.
A combination of fairly clear
skies, allowing the maximum
absorption of solar heat, and
northerly winds blowing over
the land areas, usually ushers
in the highest temperatures of
the year at this time.
Of course, there are flukes
when local conditions bring the
greatest heat at another por-
tion of the wet-dry season cycle
but they don't occur In many
years.
The highest maximum dally
temperature so far this month
was 92 degrees on April 1 and
3. The highest on record lc 98 9
which occurred on April 27,
1948, and the second highest
was 95.8 dgerees last April 17.
MacArthur May
Return Next Week
To Tell Congress
WASHINGTON, April 12
'UP) House Republican
leader Joseph Martin said
today he understood Gen-
eral MacArthur first plan-
ned to return home by ship
in about three weeks, but
the General's plans may be
changed to enable him to
come here to teU his story
to Congress next week.
B. D. McConaghy
Dies In Corgas
Benjamin D. McConaghy of
Coco, who retired in 1944 as
Machine Shop Foreman in the
Mechanical Division, died yester-
day at Gorgas following a heart
attack. He had entered the hos-
pital In the morning. He was 69
years old.
Funeral services will be held
at 9 a.m. Frtday at 8t. Mary's
Church. Burial will be at Coro-
zal Cemetery.
Mr. McConaghy was employed
In the Mechanical Division for
about 34 years. He was born In
Philadelphia and was employed
there as a machinist for several
years before coming to the Isth-
mus In March, 1910. He was em-
ployed as a machinist and serv-
ed in that capacity unt Decem-
ber 1942 when he became mach-
ine shop foreman.
He Is survived by his wife, who
lives in Coco: three sons, Ben-
jamin J., who lives m East Hart-
ford, Connecticut; James, of
Levlttown. Long Island: and
John J., who lives in Balboa: two
daughters, Mrs. Don Roberto;
and Mrs. W. E. Benny of Balboa: I C t| , CllitJe .
ten grandchildren; and one great ror -OSl rU 11(15 ,
grandchild, born In the United
8tates on the day Mr. McCo-
nat'liv died.
Active pallbearers wUl be C.
F. McGee, P. T. Monaco, J. P.
Boukalls, D. J. Sullivan, E. Ne-
ville, J. P. Corrigan, Jr. L. A.
Koperski, J. T. CConnel, A. J.
Joyce and F. Williams.
Honorary paUbearer wiU be
T. Foley and J. Swam.
under Chief Inspector Rolando
Linares, Jr., accumulated con-
crete evidence against the Ballls
couple and Alvarado.
The police now have proof
Unking the' dead man with the
robbery of the express office.
Alvarado was arrested yester-
day after It was learned yester-
spendlng huge sums of money
and had recently bought an au-
tomobile. He told the poUce that
his late countryman, Gonzalez,
had Informed him about a "sha-
dy" deal worked out with the Ba-
llls pair.
According to Alvarado, Gonza-
lez told him that Ballls cheated
him and had given him (Gon-
zalez) only a small share of the
stolen money. Ballls allegedly
told Gonzalez that they only
managed to get 91,800 of the
$7,000 that was stolen,
Gonzalez then gave Alvarado
a slip of paper with the com-
bination of the Air Express Of-
fice's safe. Alvarado was asked
to keep the slip in case Ballls
tried to pull a doublecross. This
took place before Gonzalez made
the trip to Arraljan to get the
rest of his share of the robbery.
After Alvarado's statement
was taken, Mrs. Ballls was ar-
rested and questioned steadily
until she broke down and con-
fessed her part in the plot. She
admitted giving Gonzalez the
slip of paper with the combina-
tion. However, she added that
she did so under a threat, be-
cause Gonzalez had two guns
and two daggers.
Truman:
Cause Of Peace
More Important
WASHINGTON, April 12 (UP)
President Harry 8. Truman,
In a major defense last night of
his foreign policy and his dis-
missal of General Douglas Mac-
Arthur left the way open for a
negotiated peace In Korea, but
not peace at any price.
Truman, on a nationwide ra-
dio and television hookup, warn-
ed Russia and Communist Chi-
na that the United States will
continue to fight In Korea as
long as is necessary to defeat
the Communist goal of "control-
ling all Asia from the Kremlin."
He said he ousted MacArthur
because "the cause of world
peace Is much more Important
than any Individual."
He made It clear he consider-
ed MacArthur's pocles stood In
the way of achieving peace.
He said: The United States'
Far Eastern Foreign PoUcy is to
try to prevent a third World
War.
"We are ready at any time to
negotiate for the restoration of
peace in the area.
"Real peace can be achieved
through a settlement based on
the following factors:
"D Fighting must stop;
"2) Concrete steps must be
taken to ensure fighting
will not break out again;
"8) There must be an end to
aggression.
"A settlement based on these
(Continued on Page 6, Col. )
--------O--------- .
By JOHN L. CUTTER
WASHINGTON, April 12 (UP) The abrupt firing
of Gen. Douglas MacArthur today made a sure-fir* cam-
paign issue for 1952, particularly if President Truman
runs for re-election. ,
It might make MacArthur an active Republican con-
tender for the White House again, as he was three years
ago His 1948 bid for the GOP Presidential nomination
ailed.
In any event. Republicans will use him as a symbol
of their challenge of the Truman Administration on Far
Eastern policy the issue which led to MacArthur's dis-
missal.
Ridgway And MacArthur
Talk Briefly In Tokyo
The ink was barely dry on the
dismissal notice before Repub-
lican leaders were making moves
to get MacArthur a chance to
air his views before a Joint ses-
sion of Congress.
If the Democrats block It, the
Republicans wi demand some
other forum such as congression-
al committee hearings. They are
confident that MacArthur's dif-
ferences with President Truman
will get plenty of airing.
A suggestion was made that
MacArthur be Invited to speak
at a Republican national com-
mittee meeting scheduled May
11-12 at Tulsa, Okla., but a com-
mittee spokesman said there are
no such plans at this time.
The possibility that the 71-
year-old general might become
a Presidential candidate again
was raised by House RepubUcan
Leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr.,
of Massachusetts, who telephon-
TOKYO, Apr 12 (UP).StUl
wearing his combat fatigues,
with a hand grenade fastened
to the paratrooper's harness he
wears hi the field, Lt. Gen. Mat-
thew B. Ridgway, new United
States and United Nations Su-
preme Commander, arrived here
by air at a p.m. today and went
straight to see General Douglas
MacArthur.
They talked for ont hour.
Ridgway took off for Korea
agahi an hour and a half after
leaving MacArthur.
Meanwhile Lt. Gen. James Van
Fleet, appointed to take over
the 8th Army from Ridgway,
started his flight across the Pa
clfic from California to Korea.
Cops Press Search
No Arrests Yet
Korea
Army
Now it can be told
M'Arthur
Military
1 By ERNEST HOBBRECHT
Felt State Dept. Hampered
Situation By 'Interference
CRISTOBAL, April 12No ar-
rests had been made up to late
this morning as zone Police
continued Investigation of the
strange disappearance of $1,450
in Chagres clubhouse funds.
The money was being taken
from the clubhouse to the Cris-
tobal CoUector's office Tuesday
morning by clubhouse manager
R. O. Weeks.
He told police that he had
the money in an envelope lying
beside him on the front seat
when he stopped at the Motor
Transporatlon Division to have
a tire repaired. He was way from
the car several times and when
he was ready to continue on to
Cristobal, he said, the envelope
and the money had disappear-
ed.
TVith Ridgway from
flew Secretary of the
Frank Pace Jr.
Shortly after conferring with
Ridgway, MacArthur drove to
his Supreme Headquarters office
in the Dal Ichi building, per-
haps for the last time.
Several thousand persons ga-
thered around the entrance to
the bulldhig stood silent as Mac-
Arthur strode smiling through
the crowd and past the smart-
ly saluting sentrtes of his honor
guard.
Only a few hours earUer he
had made his first rebuttal of
President Harry 8. Truman's an-
nouncement that he had been
fired for faulng to give his
wholehearted support to official
United States and United Na-
tions poUcy.
MacArthur feels he has "com-
piled meticulously with all di-
rectives he has received from
Washington," according to his
chief adviser Maj. Gen. Court-
ney Whitney In a formal press
statement.
Whitney said MacArthur be-
lieved both his controversial
March 24 offer to discuss a mi-
litary cease fire with the Com-
munist military commander in
the field, and his letter to Re-
presentative Joseph Martin on
the possible use of Chinese Na-
tionalist troops, dealt "exclusive-
ly with the military situation
and were within the area of his
contested authority to speak."
Martha E. Hart
Dies In Gamboa
Russia Has 75,000
Troops 200 Miles
From Korea Border
WASHINGTON, Apr 13 (UP)
Russia has at least three and
possibly five divisions, totalling
up to 75,000 we trained troops,
in the Port Arthur-Dalren area
in Manchuria about 200 mUes
from the Korean border.
These Red forces are in add-
ition to large numbers of Soviet
submarine personnel assigned
to Port Arthur, second only in
size to Russia's Far Eastern na-
val headquarters at Vladlvo-
stock.
Approximately 100 Red sub-
marines are believed to be based
at Port Arthur though none
have been reported near Korea.
United States Intelligence ex-
perts, diplomats and military
tsrateglsts are puzzled over why
the Russians Just last weekend
denied any Soviet troops were-in
Manchuria.
The denial foUowed state-
ments by House Speaker Sam
Ray burn that: "We are In ter-
rible danger because the Rus-
sians are concentrating here,
and everywhere."
Official speculation is that
Russia tossed out the denial as
a blind to cover new moves In
the Far East, or perhaps that
Moscow wants to Indicate Rus-
sia does not Intend to enter the
Korean War.
ed the general at Tokyo to see
whether he would Uke to address
a Joint session of Congress
While discussing the matter
later, Martin inadvertently re-
ferred to the general as "Sen-
ator MacArthur." When his col-
leagues laughed Martin went on
to say that "he might be even
higher than that later" an
obvious reference to MacArthur's
Presidential posslbUities.
MacArthur often has been
mentioned as a Republican Pre-
sidential posslbUlty but lt nevef
has made much headway.
He choked off a boomlet In
1944, the year Mr. Truman was
elected vice president, with a de-
claration that he had no White
House aspirations at that tune.
In 1948 the general announced
his wllUngness to run but, he ran
second to Harold E. Stassen In
the Wisconsin primary, in which
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey was
blanked. He ran fifth in a fiell
of eight In the Nebraska prt-
mary and trailed everyone in tha
field except Sen. Robert A. Taft.
R., O., In the Pennsylvania pri-
mary.
In the national convention at
Philadelphia, MacArthur got 11
votes on the first ballot and
seven on the second. Dewey was
nominated on the third.
1st Congress Medal
For Korea War Goes
To Naval Officer
The Navy has announced Its
first winner of the Congression-
al Medal of Honor for action in
Korea.
Lt. (Jg) Thomas J. Hudner, of
Fa River, Massachusetts, wUl
receive the nation's highest de-
coration from President Truman
at a ceremony in the White
House tomorrow according to
Headquarters, 15th Naval Dls-
trtct.
Lt. Hudner,apUot attached to
the USS LEYTE, risked his Ufa
In an attempt to rescue a fellow
airman, Ensign Jesse Leroy
Brown, the first Negro Naval of-
ficer to lose his life in any Unit-
ed States war. Ensign Brown wa
also the first Negro Naval avia-
tor.
Lt. Hudner, 27-year-old fight-
er pilot, was taking part in a
close support mission In the
country around the Chosin Re-
servoir on Dec. 5, 1950 when the
incident occurred.
8TH ARMY HQ, April 12 (UP) field commander
General Douglas MacArthur headquarters.
Just the traditional Jealously the Washington officials with Now he is about to be tested
over prerogatives between the whom MacArthur feuded. in the political field ,
and theater One of the biggest differences Whatever course he may take, I
between MacArthur and the MacArthur's dismissal marked Surnrisp- Aro-entinp
long felt the 8tate Department Lt Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, State Department was over the the end of an era in the Far "
was Interfering In military af- now succeeding MacArthur as question of China. The entry of East.
fairs far more than military Supreme Commander, never In- the Chinese Communists into it might mean an early end
men were interfermg In clvUlan dlcated the slightest resentment the war certainly widened any to the occupation of Japan
politics. He felt the result was of MacArthur's actions and has gap already existing between while the dismissal came as
fcavlng a bad effect on the mil- expressed the highest admira- MacArthur's recommendat 1 o n s a blow to MacArthur's friends
kary situation. tlon of MacArthur and appre- and State Department policy, it could be noted that some of-
Now lt can be told a sketch elation for his "wonderful sup- Now, If events in Asia should fleers were not In the least dls-
of MacArthur's feuds which port." prove MacArthur right, Rldg- tressed by the news
were climaxed by his hlsmlssal. way wui fall under the shadow MacArthur wUl probably be
His feud with the State De- Ridgway will be ta a difficult that will be cast over those who remembered longest for his con-
partment was the bitterest of position when he takes over differed with the outgoing Su- duct of the occupation of Japan
all. from MacArthur. Future events preme Commander. and for the dispute over his
Undoubtedly also entering Into n Asia over which he may have ._ leadership of the United Na-
present events are at least ele- little control can make him look But those who know Ridgway tions" first war
ments of disputes with Presiden* good or bad. do not se him short. He trans- MacArthur ruled Japan with
Harry 8. Truman and Defense Highly successful and even formed the 8th Army Into the a tlrm Dut ^ n^nd jje
Secretary George C. Marshal!, brilliant as 8th Army command- offensive machine which threw brought about more reforms
And there have been lesser er he will be thrown automatic- the Communists back across the there than any country ever ex-
feuds. No love has been lost be- ally Into the poUtlcal arena 38th ParaUel. perienced in so short a time,
tween the 8th Army and Tokyo whether he likes lt or not. His military strategy has been and he did lt in a way the Jap-
headquarters. There has been no Rldgway's poUcles wUl be excellent and the Job he has anese for the most Dart ap-
erlous friction between them, those of the Administration done has been thorough, proved. r
Deputies Vote Yes
BUENOS AIRES, Apr 12 (UP)
The Argentine Chamber of De-
puties, by 98 to 12, early this
morning approved the Joint Con-
gressional committee's report re-
commending legislation whloh
provides for the Government ex-
propriation of La Prensa.
If President Juan Peron con-
curs with this opinion the Gov-
ernment wUl take over the news-
paper.
What's In A Name?
Funeral services for Mrs.
Martha E. Hart of Gamboa, who
died yesterday afternoon at her
home, will be held at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday at the Corozal Ce-
metery Chapel.
The Rev. Raymond A. Oray
of the Gamboa Union Church
will conduct the services. Pall-
bearers will be: A. C. Medlnger,
R. W. Lowery, G. E. Cooper, A.
T. Van Gelder, Donald Gram-
mer, L. F. KeUy. Harry Harrison
and Herbert Knapp.
Mrs. Hart was the wife of
Harry T. Hart, who retired from
U. S. Government service sev-
eral years ago. A native of In-
dianapolis, Mrs. Hart had lived
here since 1910. In addition to
her husband, she Is survived by
one sister, Mrs. Mary Ferguson
of Indianapolis.
WAKEFIELD, Mass., April )i
(UP) Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Drinkwater were arrested to-
day on a charge of selling al-
cohoUc beverages Illegally.
Balboa Tides
Friday, April 13, 1951
High Low
S:03 am...............2:01 a.m.
8:13p.m...............2:23 p.m.
22 Red MIG's Hit Or Lost
During 200-Plane Dogfight
o
TOKYO, April 12 (UP) Unit- destroyed, two probably destro
ed States Superforts and jet ed and 14 damaged.
fighters destroyed or damaged A Superfort accounted for one
a record 22 Red planes today in shot down and one damaged Th
beating off the greatest chai- rest fell to the fighters '
lenge yet to American air supe- Not long afterwards 12 Thun-
rlorlty over Korea. derjets tangled with 15 MlOa
Some 210 to 220 aircraft tang- southeast of Slnuiju destroying
led In cloud-flecked skies over two and damaging another IhU
northwest Korea In two major battle swirled from 34 000 feet
battles, one of them the greatest down to 4,000 feet,
jet combat In history.
The Reds threw 95 Russian On the ground, lnfantrvmen
built MIG-15 jets against 114 to of six AlUed nations surged tor
124 United States bombers and ward as a break In the winter
Jet fighters in the two battles. weather allowed bloody air and
These battles ended with five artillery pounding of the Com-
MIGs shot down, two probably munists main defense line
destroyed and 15 damaged. United States soldiers used
Two battle-damaged Super- bayonets and grenades to carve
forts landed at Allied-held gashes in this Une on the west-
Korean fields. There were no ern and west central fronts The
ether reports of damage to were halted at some points near
United States aircraft. Yongong and Yonchon by Reda
In the first battle 80 Red jets entrenched on snowy mountaln-
the biggest Communist air tops.
armada yet encountered over Veteran South Korean lnfan-
Korea ripped into 30 to 40 trymen were rampaging without
Superforts and 72 escorting Sa- opposition on the east Korean
bres and Thunderjets over Si- front. Some were 26 miles north
nulju, Just south of the Man- of the parallel,
churlan border. United States and Turkish
The MIGs not only faUed to troops who yesterday fought bit-
prevent the Superforts from terly to push two small beach-
dropping 300 tons of bombs on heads across the Hantan River
the Yalu River frontier bridge this morning advanced without
at Slnuiju but lost three planes opposition.
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ITTE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
/HR8DAY, APRIL 12, 1(51
Cargo and Freight-Ships and PlanesArrivals and Departures
855f
JACOBY ON BRIDGE
TERR!
LOOSE AND LOST
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive*
Cristbal
Cbiriqui ............................. April 16
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................April 20
S.S. Laven Bend ..............................April 20
S.S. Cbiriqui ...................................April 30
(Handling Rrfrlx*rated Chilled and Rcnml Cargo)
Arrives
Mew York Freight Service_________________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................April
S.8. Cape Ann .................................April 20
S.S. Cape Arinof ..............................April 24
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................May 1
rrrljln Sailing Wecklj from Havana I* Cristobal
Weekly Sailings lo .New York Lot Angeles, San rranebco. Seattle
Occasslonal Sailing to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamer In tills service are limited to twelve passengers)
frequent Freight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Cristbal
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala _____________Midnight
S.S. Cbiriqui (Passenger Service Only)........April 16
S.S. Cbiriqui ...................................April 30
TELEPHONES: I
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2(04 COLON 20
Shipping & AirLine News
Summer Fares
"Tour-basing lares" 25 per
cant lower than regular rates
' were announced this week by Pan
American Airways for the comlnf
summer.
Unlike past years, however, the
airlines reductions are for the
sole use of those travelling un-
der the sponsorship of travel a-
gents and tour directors. Ths
summer rates apply only to ad-
vertised all-expense or package
trips which Include plane trans-
portation, hotel accommodations,
sightseeing and possibly meals
tips and other expenses.
The reduced fares are effective
from April 1 to Oct. 1. except for
Mexico where, because of dupli-
cating* excursions, the fares ap -
ply only between June 1 and Sept.
1.
Tours are limited to 30 days
with the exception of those to or
from Argentina. Bolivia, Chile
and Uruguay, which are good for
0 days.
The lates apply between the
United States and Panama, oi
between the U.S. and the follow-
ing countries or Islands: Antigua,
8t. Lucia. Argentina, Bolivia,
Brazil. Chile, Colombia. Costa
Rica, Curacao, the Dominican
Republic. Ecuador. El Salvador,
Ouadeloupe, Martinique. British,
French and Dutch Guiana. Hai-
ti. Honduras. Jamaica. Mexico,
Nicaragua. Paraguay. Peru, Trin-
idad. Uruguay and Venezuela.
Or. the tours may origina' ? In
Latin America for travel to the
United States through New York,
Miami. New Orleans. Houston,
Brownsvlle or Los Angeles.
Arriving
The S.S. Panama is scheduled
to arrive on the Isthmus Monday
from New York with only 52 pas-
sengers aboard, according to the
advance passenger list from the
Panama Line offices at Balboa
Height*.
The complete advance list fol-
lows:
Mrs. Ann Andrews; Mrs.George
Bateman; Mrs. Emlle Belangtr;
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Blatt-
machr; Ralph Callahan; Mr. ard
Mrs Arthur J. B. Cartier; Mr.
and Mrs. Staclo S. Orino; Mrs.
Christine B. Cooney; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Q. Currle.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Devaney:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Dr
sey; Mrs. Emma V. Fleet; Mrs,
Sybil W.Foote; Miss Mary E. Gcr-
:ghty; Mr. and Mrs. Dulcicuo
Gonzalez and two children; Jose
R. Gulzado; Miss Ruth Harkavy;
Mrs. Anna Hornsby: and Mrs
Kathleen M. Hoffman.
Mis. Helen L. Kuehl; Jose Las-
so de la Vega; John F. Lewis; Mi.
and Mrs. John A. Loyer; Dr.
James Mackeller; Clifford O. My-
ers; Sgt. Robert Mock; Sgt. Wil-
lie and Mrs. Noles; and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard W. Ogle.
Sgt.Minor O.Randall; Mr. and
Cristbal Societies
May Name Choices
For Co'n's Queen
The Colon Prospera Commit-
tee, organizers of the first pro-
vincial fair to be held In Colon,
have called upon all Cristobal
clubs, schools and socleltes to
choose their own candidates for
the title of Queen of the May
Fair.
The nomination of candidates
will take place at a dance to be
held this Saturday at the Colon
Monaco Garden.
On the night of the dance a
Jury of five members will no-
minate ten candidates, while
other nominations will be made
by delegates from the various
clubs, schools and societies from
Cristobal and Colon.
Three of the five members of
the jury have so far been
named. They are: Luis Gonza-
lez, President of the Panama
Newspapermen Association; Col.
James W. Pumpelly, head of the
Fort Gullck Military School;
Mrs. Yolanda Salas de Hirsch-
feld, President of the Inter-
American Women's Club.
The names of over 80 young
ladies of the Canal Zone and
Colon societies have been pre-
sented as probable candidates.
During the dance a floor show
will be staged In which will par-
ticipate the cream of the local
talent. The price of admission
to the dance has been set at $1.
Guests of honor at the dance
will be the directors, editors and
staff members of the Panama
newspapers.
BY OSWALD JACOBS
Written for NEA Service
Central Labor Union
To Hear Wagner Sunday
The regular monthly meeting
of the Central Labor Union will
be held next Sunday at the Bal-
boa Lodge Hall. The meeting will
begin at 8:30 p.m.
Members will hear the latest
report from legislative represen-
tative Walter Wagner, among
other Items on the agenda.
Mrs Frederick C. Rose; Miss Jac-
queline D. Schmidt; Cpl. Walter
J. Schoelermann; Mrs. Maxin.e
G. Stephens and two children;
Pfc. Robert T. Tleder; Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Wallor; and Mrs. El'z-
abeth A. Wilkinson.
Don Huff, assistant Panagjr.i
sales manager In New York spent
the day in Panama yesterday In
the course of a trip through La-
tin America. He was accompan-
ied by Marcus Gann, Pan Amer-
ican World Airways sales repre-
sentative in Hong Kong.
The purpose of the trip is the
development of two-way travel
between Latin America, Hong
Kong and other parts of the Far
East.
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my eyes and ears during the
world's championship bridge
tournament in Bermuda. "Would
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When my team-mates encoun-
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THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1.M
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
UN Looking To US For Clear-Cut
Definition Of Korea Peace Plans
By BRUCE W. MUNN
LAKE SUCCESS, NY., April 13
(UP> The United Nations
looked to the United States to-
iay for a clear-cut definition of
Korean policy that could provide
a firm basis for peace negotia-
tions, following Gen. Douglas
MacArthur's firing.
MacArthur enjoyed the UN's
admiration as a military genius,
but diplomats generally were
agreed that he had gone beyond
his authority with pronounce-
ments In the diplomatic realm
and. In so doing, had offered
small enticement to the Chinese
Communists and North Koreans
to end the war.
The appointment of Lt. Gen.
Matthew B. Ridgway, who serv-
ed in the past on the UN's mi-
litary staff committee, was
greeted with enthusiasm. Dele-
gates, wary of speaking for quo-
tation, felt that Rldgway's pub-
lic declarations on the Korean
War were more in line with the
consensus of UN sentiment
which Is to contain the conflict
In Korea and end it on honor-
able terms as quickly as possible.
Washington reports said the
new Korean policy declaration
"is being expedited" in the wake
of MacArthur's ouster. Long an-
ticipated, the declaration was
expected to be issued in the name
of the 14 powers whose trooos
are fighting the Communists in
Korea.
Diplomats with an ear attuned
to U.8. politics feared that the
domestic turmoil stirred up by
President Truman's abruot dis-
missal of MacArthur mleht pre-
vent publication soon of the de-
claration.
Ambassador Ernest A. Gross,
deputy chief o* the U.S. mission
to the UN. flew to Washington
yesterday for new instructions on
the American Korean pollcv.
General Assembly President
CANASTA ffjy
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
BEWARE of rules that aren't
found In the book. The first
question today is a good example.
QI have ben told that when
the dealer turns up first card,
this is considered a courtesy card.
In other words, the player to the
left of the dealer can take the
first up-card without making a
meld. s this correct?
ANot one word of It. The first
up-card is exactly the same as
any other card of the discard
pil. The player to the left of the
dealer may take it only if he ean
meld it then and there.

QThe dealer turns up a king
as the first up-card. It is my turn
to play, and I have two kings
and a deuce, needing only 50
points for the first meld. Is It
food policy for me to meld the
ings and the deuce at once?
ANo. It practically never
pays to take the yery first.up-
card. If you do, yon will have
a reduced hand (seven carda in
the example given) and will be at
a disadvantage in fighting for
the first sixable discard pile. If
you pasa the first up-card, you
will have other chances to meld,
nd none of them will be any
worse than what you have given
up.
As a matter of fact, If you
know in advance that you are not
going to take the first up-card,
you won't give yourself away by
iooking longingly at the king (or
whatever it happens to be). Then
the next discard you get a chance
at may be another king, and this
time you will be quite pleased to
take the pile and meld.

QThe card at the top of the
discard was a queen. I needed
50 points for the first meld, so I
put down queen-queen-deuce
and tried to take the pile. The
opponents stopped me. saying I
could never use a wild card to
take the discard pile for the first
meld. Is this true?
ANo. Provided you have a
pair of natural cards that match
the top card of the discard pile,
you may use one or more wild
cards to help yon make the mini-
mum count. In the case given, it
waa perfectly correct to put down
queen-queen-deuce to take the
discard pile. The opponents were
thinking of another rule, which
ays that you can't take the dis-
card pile for an initial meld with
only one matching card and a
wild card.

QWe had melded a canasta of
four Jacks and three will cards.
The player at my right threw a
Jack, and I tried to pick ud the
pile. The opponents said I
couldn't pick up a discard that
matched my canasta. I got out
the rule book and asked them to
show me the rule, but they
couldn't do so. Nevertheless they
Insisted they were right. Did they
have any reason to think so?
ASome reason, but not a
good one. They were thinking of
a local or "house" rule that is
followed by a very small number
of players In some scattered parts
of the country. It Is not the of-
ficial rule and never has been.
The official rule is that you may.
at your turn, take a discard that
matches your closed canasta ex-
ac'lv as you would take a discard
the! matches any other meld that
yorr side has on the table. Por <
this purpose a rsnasta is Just j
the same as any other meld. '
Nasrollah Ente2am of Iran,,slon to explore the situation
chairman of the UN's good of- created by MacArthur's ouster
fleers committee which is em-
owered to attempt new negotia-
lons with Red China, called hi'
two colleagues Into secret ses-
and discuss their course of
\ction.
The lS-natlon Arab Asian
group which sought unsuccess- Rau of India, moving power of
fully to negotiate peace last Win-1 the group, was expected to re-
ter, awaited the next step from i turn from the Mayo Clinic at
Washington before pressing their Rochester, Minn., and the 13 na-
renewed campaign to settle the tlons were ready to meet within
Far Eastern crisis. Sir Benegal I the next few days.
US Opposes Britain's Move To Grant
Sino-Reds Voice in Jap Peace Treaty
By JAMES E. ROPER
WASHINGTON, April 12. (UP)
The United States indicated to-
day it will oppose British sug-
gestions that Communist China
be granted a voice in drafting a
Japanese peace treaty and event-
ually be awarded the Island of
Formosa.
State Department spokesman
Michael J. McDermott said Brit-
ain's proposals were made in an
aide memoire submitted 10 ays
ago. He said thin is not the timo
to talk of "rejecting" them, but
added that he saw no indication
of any change in American poli-
cy toward Formosa.
Simultaneously, Rep. William
Jennings Bryan Dorn, D.. S.C .
said that ousted Gen. Douulns
MacArthur told him only last Fri-
day that Formosa Is as important,
to the defense of the free world
as Fiance and western Europe
"perhaps more so."
It was understood here that
Britain's proposals were not fix-
edthat the British considered
them only constructive "sugges-
tions' which committed them in
no v.av to a firm position.
Unlike Britain, the United
States has refused to recognize
the Chinese Communist regime
or to sanction its efforts to gain
United Nations seat. This gov-
ernment however has "neutraliz-
ed" Chiang Kai-Shek's national-
ist forces on Formosa, confining
them to the Island.
Fact-Finding Panel
Named On Railroad
Wage Ceilings
WASHINGTON. April 12, (UP1.
Economic stabilizer Eric John-
ston named a three -member fact
finding panel today to see whe-
ther the 10 per cent wage raise
ceiling should to broken for i
00000 non-operating rallitmd
employes.
The panel is headed by Dr.
William M. Leiserson, former
chairman of the Railroad Media-
tion Board. The two'other mem-
bers were Lloyd K. Garrison, for -
mer chairman of the National
War Labor Board and Frank M.
Swacker, a member of many rail-
road emergency boards.
A spokesman for Johnson selri
the panel was scheduled to stavt
meeting'tomorrow and try to je>"
tie the wage problem before April
20. That is the day when the re-
cent wage Increase would show
up In the pay checks of most of
the railroad employes.
Johnston ordered the board to
consider the wage stabilization
formula when lt makes its recom-
mendation. But the spokesman
said this did not mean the board
would have to stick rlgidlv to thv'
formula. Johnston has the final
say on the settlement.
The Army, sticking to John-
ston's requests, granted only 1-
J cents of a six-cent hourly crt
of living increase effective April
1. The withheld amount, alon;
with prior increases, would hav;
pierced the 10 per cent ceiling.
The Army is In control of the
railroads.
The panel was authorized to
consider other contract Involv-
ing non operating' employes.
These Include 150.000 workers a-
mons; them American Express
employes, redcaps and others,
who were granted the same wage
boost given employes of the rail-
roads.
House Votes Down
GOP Draff Clause
On Overseas Issue
The House today defeated n
Republican .amendment to Its
draft bill which would have re-
quired President Truman to get
advance congressional permlssio i
before sending more troops to
Europe.
The action was taken by a vot-
of 192 to 168 shortly after tr.e
chamber had voted to give !oo?i
draft boards the final say on de-
ferring college students.
It came on an amendment to
a proposed substitute for the
pend.ng draft-UMT bill. The a-
mendment waa advanced by Rep.
Harry L. Towe, R.. N.J., and sup-
ported almost solidly by Repub-
lican members who linked lt with
the MacArthur ouster.
Democrats lined up almost so-
lidly against lt. Chairman Carl
Vlnson, D., Ga., of the House
Armed Services Committee call-
ed the proposal "absurd and ri-
diculous." He said lt would allow
the President to send National
Guardsmen, volunteers and re-
serves to Europe but not draft-
ee.'
In current negotiations for a
Japanese treaty, the Un 11 e d
States has Ignored the Chinese
Reds and has dealt with the Chi-
ang government. President Tru-
man has proposed that the fate
of Formosa be settled by the V N
after security is restored in the
Far East.
McDermott said Britain, wnlch
announced terms of its proposals
in London, wants the Chinese
Communists Included in the
treaty negotiations and feels hat
eventually Formosa should be >
turned over to the Reds the :
rulers In fact of China proper.
It was said that the British do
not want Formosa handed to trio
Communists immediately. They
felt the Japanese treaty should
state that Formosa belongs to
"China" and that the island
should be placed under some In -1
terlm rule until lt is decided who '
represents "China."
The British were said to frei
that the Chinese Reds at least, i
should be Invited to take part in
the Japanese treaty talks, leav- |
kig lt up to them whether they |
want to participate. In this con- i
nectlon/it was noted that Russia
has refused to have anything to
do with the negotiations.
Dorn reported that MacArthur I
felt the British government "Is |
not going all out against Commit-
nism." He quoted the general as
saying: "Some American men are
dyin? as the result of British '
trade with Red China."
Dorn also said MacArthur fel
Britain is hesitant to revive Jap-
anese Industry for fear of com-
petition in world market. He de-
scribed the general as "very bit-
ter" about what he considered
Britain's failure to cooperate on
"military decisions," such as the
bombing of Manchurlan bases
and the use of China's army a-
galnst the Rids.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL It, ltSl
i
I-
by
JOE WILLIAMS
Oh yes, Brooklvn U still in the league. II you seem to sense
a chance in atmosphere it's because the beloved Bums hare
moved. They no longer live in Fantasyville where pennants are
won in December by the "greatest teams" in history, piloted by
the "greatest managers since McGraw," and season ticket sales
open in time for Christmas shopping.
Branch Rickey has moved on. The gabby old con man has
shifted his props and patter to Pittsburgh. The season's opener
Is Just around the corner, vet the exact values of what Rickey
left in Ebbets Meld remain undetermined. At least the ballyhoo
content has been cut down. Nobody Is wildly picking the Bums
to win by 10 games. Chuck Dressen hasn't been measured for
dugout immortality. It will be enough if he proves to be a com-
petent manager.
This Is a new deal for Flatbush. The most extreme since the
epochal arrival of Col. L. S. MacGenius whose contributions
ranged from the solid to the spectacular. Present-day teams are
largely products of the front office, hence the executive family
should command the fans' attention. It Is a measure of Rickey's
activity, if not stature, that three men took over when he left,
Walter OMalley. active head. E. J. Bavasi and Fresco Thompson.
Only the latter can be described as a valid all-around base-
ball man.
The front office is more on trial than Dressen who is a known
quantity, fve seen enough of him to be convinced he can run
a ball ame about as skilfully as Mie next fellow. I believe he.'ll
be an Improvement over Burt Shotten because he's younger and
more suitably equipped temperamently. He has more bounce to
the ounce, an emotional stimulant, he seems to be able to
communicate to the hired hands.

DONT WORRY ABOUT DRESSEN
Though the Bums weren't beaten last season until the 10th
inning of the wind-up game, it went into the records as fail-
ure and Shotton took the rap. Whether the indictment was alto-
gether deserved, opinion differs. There can be no question that
Kickey oversold the team. It may have figured to win the pen-
nant but not to cake walk. There wasn't enough pitching.
Shotton's a me-too character, especially where Rickey's con-
cerned, and when he went along with the counterfeit ranking
predicting an easy victory, he Invited the criticism which frustra-
tion later brought, along with the dismissal. Even his superior
rtcord ol two firsts, and a second in his full three seasons (what
manager has a better one?) failed to stay the angry clamor.
Anyway. Shotton won't be missed. Dressen will do as well and
very likely better. For one thing, he'll be on his own. Shotton
followed the Rickey party line most of the time. This isn't over-
whelming criticism. They had been together so long they thought
alike. As a demonstration that two heads are better than one
it was not. in this instance, always notably successful. The Im-
portant consideration here is not how well Dressen will manage
but what has he got to manage?
Roughly, just about what Shotton had. Perhaps not as much
If Palica goes into service which seems probable. Pitching is still
the key. As early as last May. Rickey was trying to strengthen
the staff, thus openly admitting he had ascribed values to the
team In his press ballyhoo which did not existand which he
surely must have known did not exist.

MUSIAL SAYS THEY CAN WIN
To definitely lose Palica would be as hurtful to the Dodgers'
pennant chances as was the loss of Simmons to the Phillies last
season. It would be even more so because the Phillies had Slm-
nons for the greater part of the season. When Dressen gets
pas Newcorabe and Roe he's fresh out of proven slab perform-
ers. From Erskine, Hatten, Bankhead. Branca. Van Cuyk, plus
the newcomer. King, the manager can expect and hope for help
but he can't be sure.
All the familiar faces will be back in the key positions. As
usual there will be a newcomer in left field. Don Thompson who
was .311 with 87 RBIs and 11 HRs with Montreal last season.
Apparently it's against the law to start Gene Hermanski iwho
always winds up with the jobi and Dressen obviously Is law
abiding. And there is the usual 'problem'' at third'base. Morgan
got a long hit the other day and the dope is he'll start with
Cox and Miksis hovering in the background, same as always.
Id have to pick the Dodgers,"' Stan Musial was saying to
me In Florida, "because they've got the most big-league ball-
players'' There Is no better foundation, on which to build a pre-
mise, but the fact remains that pitching is still the winning
trick In baseball and this is where the Dodgers happen to be
weakest. Still, maybe thev can do It regardless. Leave us take
another look at 'em in this space tomorrow eh. Mac?
ALL-CRISTOBAL FINAL IN HOOP PLAY
Fred Saigh, Fred Hutchinson To Pinch Hit'
For Stanley Musial In Wage Board Ruling
By United Press
It may sound strangebut the
National League hitting cham-
pion has two 'pinch hitters"
standing by,, reaay to go to bat
for him.
Stan Musial of the St. Louis
Cardinals has his Doss -Owner
Fred Saighand American Lea-
gue Player Representative Fred
Hutchinson of Detroit ready to
look Into that ruling by the
Wage Stabilisation Board.
Tne Board ruled a player could
not be paid more tnan the
highest salary on his club last
season. Musial, high man for the
Cardinals In 19o0 with $50,000
won a $35,000 raise this year.
Tne Government freeze wipes out
that salary boost.
"I'll press the case before the
wage board myself to get Musial
the money," promises Saigh,
"I'll do all In my power to see
that he gets the raise.''
Hutchinson says he will protest
against the ruling on the ground
that it brings about a hardship
except in isolated cases.
The isolated cases include such
stars as Joe DIMaggio of the New
York Yankees, Ted Williams of
the Boston Red Sox and Ralph
Kiner of Pittsburgh. DIMaggio
was the highest paid Yankee last
year and will draw the same
$100.000. Williams is in the same
status with his $91,000 pay check.
Kiner is working on the last leg
of a two-year $50,000 contract.
Indians Are On Warpath Under
Al Lopez, So Hoople Picks Em
To Play Giants In World Series
By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
Nephew ef Abner Doubleday
AMERICAN NATIONAL!
EGAD! Zillions have written;
asking me to name the order of
finish in the major leagues
harrumph!
Here, folks, you have it, smack
dab down to the last decimal
point:
Cleveland New York
Boston Brooklyn
New York Philadelphia
Detroit Boston
Washington Philadelphia St. Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago Pittsburgh
St. Louis Chicago
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 Hi Excellency Dr. Arnulfo Ariat
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
Fort Gulick M.P/S
Cop Atlantic Sector
Softball Crown
FORT GULICK. April 12.For
the fourth time in as many years
the mighty pitching arm of Ser-
!;eant First Class Manuel Moreno
eel the 20th Military Police Com-
Kny of Fort Gulick to the soft-
11 championship of the Atlan-
tic Sector as they defeated their
traditional rivals, the USARCA-
RIB School, by a score of 3 to 2-
at a game played Mondav after-
noon. April 9, at the Fort Gulick
diamond.
Moreno El Magnifico, allowed
one hit, struck out four men,
and walked one. His opponent o
the mound. Llndgren, gave up 5
hits, struck out 1 man. and
walked 5. The MP's committed 6
errors and the School. 4.
The MP's scored one run in
the 2nd inning when Atwell
came home from 3rd base after
a bunt by his teammate Jones,
scored two runs in the fifth in-
ning: Muy He scored from 3rd
base when the School's 3rd base-
man tried' to throw Davis out at
2nd base and his throw went wild,
Davis advancing to 3rd base on
the play and subsequently scored
when lie tagged 3rd and scooted
for home on all eight cylinders
after a flyball was hit to left field
by Moreno. Muylle and Davis
deserve special credit for heads-
up base-running in this inning.
The School scored their two
runs in the 2nd inning. Boykin,
School's left fielder, went to 1st
base on an error by the 1st base
man.
The next man for the School, 3rd
baseman Melendez, hit a fielders
choice to the pitcher who threw
him out at 1st base. Boykin going
to 2nd base on the play. Detrlck.
thrid man, up for the School In
this inning, reached 1st base on
a wild throw to 1st base by the
MP's 2nd baseman and Boykin
scored on the play. Detrick. who
had gone to 2nd base after the
wild throw MP's 2nd baseman
scored after a sizzling single
down the 3rd baseline by Culber-
son. the School's shortstop, who
played and excellent game for
the School.
Officials for the afternoon
were 2nd Lt. John Prehle. chief
umpire: Captain A. B. Davidson
and 8gt. Wasuleski. base um-
Elres: and Pfo Bill Taylor, score.
eeper.
The MP's will represent the
Atlantic Sector In the forth-
coming U. S. Army Caribbean
Panama Area > Softball Tourna-
ment.
They couldn't have called on a'
man better qualifiedheh-heh! I
I'm an old cricket enthusiast,!
you know, and I've been iden-1
tilled with the game of baseball
since lt was called one-old-cat.
Who is there who remembers'
when the rule was made that a
Kme was to be decided by nine
nlngs of plav instead of on the
basis of the first team to score
21 runs?
Editor's Note: He must be
spoofingthat rule was made in !
1857'.
Indeed. I recall vividly when:
Eddie Cuthbert of the old Phlla-
delphla keystones became the i
first man to steal a base. In a
game against the Brooklyn At-1
lantics. Oddly enough, it was:
third base!
(Ed. Note: Hoople must be old- i
er than we thought. That hap-1
pened in 1865. i
Some may be curious as to why i
I have chosen Cleveland and,
New York to win. In the case
Santa Cruz Sports
A two-day sports program en-
gaging 75 athletes from Colon
replaced the regular Montlcello
Softball League games on Sa-
turday.
The Montlcello boys took the
day off to assist with club mem-
ber Mathew Mussa's marriage to
Miss Margaret Barber, that is,-
Mrs. Mathew Mussa.
Club Corsario of Colon sub-
mitted a C-class team which
played Gamboa's Junior High
boys. The Corsario team hit and
fielded well, but the Junior High
lads managed to eke out a 54
win. George Weeks pitched for
the Jr. High team.
The Corsario B-class group
fared better than did the class
C. Santa Crus's High School boys
were thoroughly beaten by this
group. Roy Holness and Prince
Grant shared mound duties for
the High School lads.
Gatun boys played Class-A
Corsarios In exciting baseball
games.
NOT CRICKET Major
Hoople has been Identified with
baseball sinee It was called
ne-oM-cat. (NEA)
of Cleveland, most of the credit
will go to Al Lopez.
The lad from Tampa happens
to be one of the best tacticians
and handlers of men In the busi-
ness.
With the wealth of material he
has. he will roll In by five
lengths.
In the case of the Giants, the
club started to come to life In
the waning days of 1950.
This trend will continue with
many startling improvements,
particularly as to pitching.
Bee you at the World Series!
Pitcher Percival "Slow" Jami-
son suffered his third defeat in
the Canal Zone Amateur Loop
when Alfredo Alemn Jr. (Gam-
boa i met Cervecera Nacional
(Paraso) In the scheduled game
at Stanton Park (Santa Cruz
Playgrounds). "Slow" got off to
a snaky start, giving up 3 runs,
but soon settled down to A-l
pitching, unfortunately the Ale-
man Club was not hitting Fer-
dinand Alder's pitching, so
"Slow" was on the losing end of
a 30 ballgame.
All-Stars Face High School;
Navy, Jr. College Eliminated
It's an all-Cristobal final tonight at the Balboa Gym-
nasium where the Cristobal High School quintet will take
on the Cristobal All Stars to determina the winner of tht
first annual Canal Zone Invitational basketball tourna-
ment.
The game will get under way at 7:30.
Yankees May Lose World
Championship In Hospital
Entires For Panama
National Singles
Tourney Close Today
Entries for the Panama
National Singles Tennis
Championship will be receiv-
ed ud to this afternoon.
Interested oarties should
contact the Panama Olympic
Swimmin Pool or David
llalman. Tel. 2-11M.
(KEEN 5RJFF.' NO WORE ;
> SQUEAKS IN MY BIKE
\, SINCE I USED
3-1N-ONE!
By United Press
The New York Yankees may
lose their world championship in
Baltimore's John Hopkins Hospi-
tal within the next few days.
Much will depend on the findings
of Dr. George Bennett who will
examine shortstop Phil Rlzzuto
and pitchers Allle Reynolds and
Joe Page.
Orthopedic Specialist Dr. P. N.
Girard of Dallas, says Riazuto has
a back sprain, Reynolds has bone
splinters in his rightor pitch-
ingelbow and Page has a kink
in his left shoulder. It Is the same
ailment that Page blamed for his
Elks Field Day At
La Boca To Feature
Softball Contest
The Committee In charge of
the Elks Field Day to be held at
La Boca on April IS issued a
statement that every thing is In
readiness for a gala time to be
enjoyed by all Blk on the Isth-
mus.
The main feature o the Day
will be the All Star Atlantic-Pa-
cific All Elk Softball Game
which will be hlghlited by the
presence of Mayor Alfredo Ale-
man and Don Dominador Bazan.
Alcalde of Colon who will pitch
and hit (if possible> respectively
the first ball.
The program also includes
other games between the Junior
Herd and adult Lodge. Benedicts
and Bachelors and track and
field events for the Daughters.
A delegation of approximately
300 Atlantic Elks headed by Bills
Tex Walcott, Hubert Green and
Martin Richards will leave Colon
In a caravan of busses and bv
PRR train at 7:00 am. for the
Pacific side to Join In this colosal
celebration.
Owing to the expected large
attendance of Elks and the Unit-
ed space available, it is regret-
table that the Social part of the
Field Day Program at the La Bo-
ca Lateen will have to be res-
tricted to "ELKS ONLY."
Jose French Is back on the job
at Santa Cruz Oym while Clin-
ton Parrls was removed to be
hospitalized. Parris is the third
worker to be taken off the job
at the gym because of illness.
French suffered a fractured leg
and was replaced by Parrls; At-
tendant Rodgers came down
with a bad case of the mumps;
and now Parris is hospitalized.
Seems like anyone working at
Santa Cruz Oym sooner or later
ends up being sickbetter not
accept any jobs there.
The All Stars and High School
both came from behind last night
to advance to the finals.
The Stars got going with a bang
in the second half to eliminate
the 15th Naval District M-39 and
the Schoolboys followed with a
43-28 triumph over the Junior"
College.
The Collegians Inched ahead
of the High School slowly In the
first period but the Crlstoballtes
fought back hard and finally
got up to even terms at the half-
way mark. The College was still
in the thick of the fight In the
third period but they suddenly
lost two regulars on fouls and
the reserve-weak quintet collaps-
ed completely In the last quart-
er.
The Navy had a 25-18 lead at
the halfway mark over the All
Stars, thanks mostly to some real
snapshooting from the sides and
near the foul circle, but when
the Stars began clicking in the
The Bam Jr. basketball team
resumes practice at the gym on
Monday. April 16. Albert Palmer.
Ralph and Calvin Gooding, Terry
Burns, Ralph McFarlane, Mil-
ford Abrahams, Harold Cooper,
and George Weeks are asked to
report for practice then.
poor showing last season. Dr.
Girard suggests a brace for Rlz-
suto. a "complete rest" for Rey-
nolds and "total inactivity" for
Page.
The-loss of Rlzzuto and Rey- '
nolds would be particularly da-
maglng to the Yankee cause. >
Manager Casey Stengel could re-
pbtce Rlzzuto with Gerry Cole-;
man. but that would leave the
Yankees without a second base- i
man with Major League expe-'
rlence. ;
With Reynolds out, the Yan-
kees would have only two of their I
"Big Four" starters. They are Vic i
Raschl. who has been pounded i
hard this spring, and Ed Lopat.
Lefty Tommy Pyrne still lacks;
control and the other starters
are question marks.
Reynold says he Is surprised
over the order to report for an
examination. The 16-game win-
ner of last season doesn't believe
the Injury is a serious one.
"There's some restriction In
the arm. But. I threw hard for
20 minutes In Dallas Monday and
I don't think lt will be too long
before I'm ready."
Oh where Is the manager of
the Santa Cruz Little League
Team?
EYE
LOTION
SOOTHING
CLIANSINC
KPMSHINB
COMFORTMa
4 NORWICH MOBUCr
Aurora Lodge Wins
Elks Atlantic Side
Softball Tourney
Aurora Lodge No. 523, display-
ing a devastating punch at the
Slate, came into the last half of
he seventh Inning trailing by
three runs with two down Bill
Carmichael singled sharply to
left center, stole second, then
third and very much upset BUI
Smith, pitcher of the Eyrie Lodge
Smith ran Into difficulty Imme-
diately walking the next two bat-
ters only to have Bill Robinson
single home two runs and Bill
. Osborne as if not to be left out
of the picture doubled to deep
I right center to call lt a day. Final
; score AURORA 18 EYRLE 15.
Eyrie 0 6 0 3 0 0 615
Aurora 6 0 10 14 416
Aurora Lodge:
Carmichael, E. C.F.
Samuels, P. C.
Gibbs. G. S. S.
Joseph, J. 1st. B.
Robinson. C. 3rd B.
Osborne. C. 2nd B.
Jacobs. E. L.F.
Rose. H. R. F.
Fields, 8. P. Capt.
Varsler, G. relelved H. Rouse in
R. F.
Bennet, W. relelved S. Fields, as
pitcher.
third period the sailors just seem-
ed to go to pieces.
The last period was a repeti-
tion of the third and when it was
over the Stars seemed far su-
perior.
Tonight's winning contingent
will receive the Panama Tours
Trophy, donated by Robert J.
Boyd and W. 8. K, Trapnell. The
runner-up team will be awarded
a smaller trophy donated by the
Junior College, sponsors of the
tournament.
College Dean R. C. Hackett and
Physical Ed. Director O. C. 'Buck'
Lockridge will make the presen-
tations after the game. The box
score:
15th Naval District
Field Feal Teta
Voytovlch. fd 0 0 0
Crabtree. fd 0 0 0
O'Conner, fd 0 16
Clark, fd 0 0 0
Hightower, c 5 4 14
Ryan, gd 10 3
Ward, gd 3 1 7
Barnes, gd 0 0 0
Totals
17 5 39
School Invites Pete
BRAINTREE, Mass. (UP) Pu-
pils at Bralntree Hlghl a n d s
school are allowed to bring the'r
pets to school but only one ' a
time and at their teacher's writ-
ten invitation.
Cristobal All Stars
Field Foull Total
Tom, fd S0
Hlghley, fd 10 2
Capalbo. c 3 16
Moser, gd O 0 0
Simmons, gd 4 3 11
Welch, gd 10 2
Hopper, gd 5 1 11
Swearlngen, gd 0 0 0
McCoullough, gd 1 0 2
! Sanders, gd 0 0 0
I Hall gd 2 1 ^5
S Total....... 23 I 4
Score by periods:
Naval District 10 25 34 3
Cristobal All Star 7 18 36 54
Referees: Oliver and Tlese.
Scorers: Bob Likens and Henry
Falk.

Jr. CoUege
Field Foull Total
McKeown. id 2 2 6
Mullen, fd 0 0 0
Trout, c 5 3 13
McArthur, C. gd 2 3 7
McArthur G., gd 1 0 2
Orvl, gd 0 0 0
Neckar, gd 0 0 0
Welch, gd 0 0 0
Peterson, gd 0 0 J)
Totals-....... To " 28

i Cristobal High School
Field Foull Tots!
Anderson, gd 4 2 10
Baily. fd 3 2 8
Manning, fd 4 2 10
Alleer, c 13
Sullivan, gd -.2 1 5
Wilson, gd 3 17
Totals....... 17 9 43
Sore by periods: __
Jr. College 9 17 21 28
Cristobal 7 17 24 43
Referees: Gergini and Chance:
Scorers: Bob Likens and Henry
alk.
(a/a fasti ich
PANAMA
K. Of C. Century
Among Highliqhrs
On Memorial Day
The K of C Century will be one
of the highlights of the Canal
Zone Track and Field Cham-
pionshlns which will be held on
the La Boca Ball Park, Memorial
Dav.
The Knights of Columbus will
award first, second, and third
place trophies to the winners of
the soeed classic which will bring
together such experienced cam-
pa iners as Ferguson of 8ilver
City. Matthews of La Boca. Hall
of La Boca, Sobers and Wilson
of Panama, and an Impressive
field of newcomers such as Mc-
Arthur of Balboa, and Grenion
and Swaby of Colon The news
of the week has been the an-
nouncement thai former Isthm-
an sprint champon. Phillln Mol-
'olm. is back In training for the
.-lassie. -
Exhibition
Results
By united Press
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on. Joe Adcok iClm second, two
on. Connie Ryan iCini third, two
on. Irv Noren (Wash* sixth, one
on.
Sports Briefs
The latest darling of the Ken-
tucky Derby tans Uncle MUtie"
has two more dates scheduled
before heading for Louisville and
the Run tor the roses.
The Joseph Colando knobby-
kneed colt will make his next
start in the experimental Handi-
cap Number Two this Saturday
at Jamaica. The feature of the
New York Track will be over a
mile and one-sixteenth. Uncle
Mlltle's final tuneup is slated to
be the Wood Memorial, also a
Mile and one-sixteenth on April
aist.
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THURSDAY. APRIL It. ItSI
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAII.T NEWSPAPER
PAGE PITS
pacific Society
Wrs. Xnn.lL UJaJ
&, 96, doo JJiifku -Jet 2 1336
THE PRESIDENT OF 'ANAMA^DMM. ARIA
TO BE HONORED BY MINISTER AND MRS. SALAMIN
The President of Panama, Dr. Arnalfe Artas, ni Mn.
Arias are the ueiis to whose honor the Minister of Lduca-
tien and Mrt. Moeeste talamin are fltwf a baneuet tomor-
row evening at Hottl El Panama.
British Minister Entertaining
far Viaitlnt Naval Attache
The Mtoliter of Great Britain
to Panama. Brie Arthur Cleugh.
la entertaining informally at a
small dinner tonight at the Le-
gation in the Exposition Grounds.
The guest of honor is Captain J.
R. B. Longdon. R.N.. Naval At-
tache of the British Embassy fn
Washington. D.C. and of the Le-
gation in Panama. Captain
Longdon arrived this week from
Washington and is staying with
the Minister at the Legation.
Minister Cleugh will also have
as his house guest at the Embas-
sy over the week-end the Naval
Attache to the British Embassies
in Chile, Peru. Ecuador and Co-
lombia. Captain J. Lee Barb?r,
R.N. Captain Barber Is arriving
Saturday aboard H.M.S. Superb.
Parties to Honor
British Admiral
The commander-ln-chief. Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. General
William H. H. Morris. Jr. and M.
Morris have issued invitations for
a dinner to be given Saturday
evening at the Army and Navv
Club Fort Amador. In honor of
Vlce-Admlral 8ir Richard Sy-
monds-Tayler commander-ln-
chlei America and West Indies
Station. The British Admiral
will arrive at Balboa Saturday a-
boird his flagship, HMS Superb.
Brigadier General R. L. Ho**.
chief of staff. Caribbean Com-
mand and Mrs. Howze will act as
host and hostess at the dinner in
the absence of General and Mrs.
Morris.
Admiral Symonda-Tayler will
be the guest of honor at a lun-
cheon to be given Sunday by
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bledsnc,
commandant of the Fifteenth
Naval District, and Mrs. Bledsn.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe will
entertain at their quarters on tne
Balboa Naval Reservation.
A few high officials of Panama
and the Canal Zone will be enter-
tained at luncheon Saturday a-
board the Superb by Admiral 8y-
monds-Tayler.
Mn. Helm to Visit
la Panama
Mrs. Cyrus T. Helm of Bogota,
Colombia Is expected to arrh?
Saturday for a short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Scollay Moore on
La Cresta.
Mr*. keckell Entertains
for Visitor
Mrs. Carden S. Shechell of Be-
lla Vista entertained 20 guests at
a breakfast given Tuesday at the
Panama Golf Club In honor of
Mrs. Roy Thurston of Caracas,
Venezuela.
Mrs. Thurston left yesterday
for Caracas after a week's stay at
Hotel El Panama with her Hus-
band who Is spending several
weeks In Panama.
Mr. Hard Returns
To the United Stat.i
Benjamin Hurd left Sunday
for his home In Wilmington, De-
laware, after a visit of a week
with his brother-in-law and sis-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Motion
of Bella Vista.
Pragers Visiting
at Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs, Jerome F. Prager
of Balboa and their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
Lewi Prager of Berkeley. Cali-
fornia, are at Santa Clara Beach
for a few days this week. They
expect to return to Balboa Fri-
day.
Luncheon Club Meets
at Albrook
The Doctors' Wives Luncheon
Ulub met yesterday at the Al-
brook Officers Club with Mrs.
Clifford Blitch. Mrs. I. J. Strumpf.
Mrs Richard James and Mrs.
Frank Smith the hostesses.
Mrs. Wilson, Miss Corn and
Miss Simonis were guests.
Colonel F. P. Kintz was the
guest speaker. His subject was
"Community and Personal As-
pects of Disaster Defense."
Otherpresent were: Mrs. I. R.
Berger, Mrs. E. C. Day. Mrs. A. N.
Sprlngall, Mrs. A. Gonzalez Re-
vllla Mrs. Slgafoos, Mrs. Qaorge
W. Rice, Mrs. WilUam Brown,
Mrs A. Aronstan. Mrs. Johns-
ton, Mrs. William Bradley. Mis.
Casey. Mrs. Frank McClanahan.
Mrs. Earl C. Lowry, Mrs. Clarlt
Meador. Mrs. J. Lawrence, Mm
Charles Lasley, Mrs. A. Char-
tock. Mrs. Flnley. Mrs. John Mlt-
che'l Mrs. Carpenter. Mrt. Blan-
ton. Mrs. Porter. Mrs. M. J.
Smith. Mrs. L. Leland. Mrs. C.
W. Johnson, Mrs. Zerne, Mrs.
Shannon, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs
Chrlstlanson. Mrs. Bates, Mrs. J.
Scott. Mrs. Dearlng. Mrs. Erman.
and Mrs. Zarzeckl.
JUST UNPACKED
DRESSY DRESSES
with HAT SHOES and BAG to match!
Also in COTTON
No. 5 SSth Street
Panam
Y*
S0*
0p**N
COTTON DRESSES
New Fashions! New Material!
SILK HEAD SCARVES
Beautifully designed, also In black.
BLOUSES
Each a pretty gem.
Long sleeves and sleeveless.
SWEATERS
With an exotic new pique collar, all colon.
It's a NOVELTY!
SKIRTS
In cotton.
Net NYLON HOSIERY
"Kan Run" at I jy
SLIPS
Long and half slips In crepe.
SOMETHING NEW!
SHIRTS
"Declaration of Independence"
cloth In colors 1 QC
anova
115 Central Avenue
Open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon tod 2 to p.m.
Colonel F. P. Kintz was the
speaker and gave a talk on "Com-
munity and personal aspects of
disaster defense," and following
the talk, two movies were shown.
To Visit Son
In Indiana
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Wag
ner o Balboa will sail tomorrow
o>j the SS Ancon to spend about
six weeks in New York and in In-
diana where they will visit ^heir
son who Is a senior at De Pauw
University.
Mr. and Mrs. MuUins
Honored on Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mu-
lina. Jr.. were given a surprise
party bv a group of their friends
on April e, the 11th anniversary
of their wedding.
I.A.W.C. Dinner Dance
Tomorrow Night
A large number of reservations
have been made for the Pan-
American Day dinner dance at
Hotel El Panama tomorrow nlghr.
sponsored by the Inter-American
Women's Club. High officials cf
Panama and the Canal Zone and
members of the dlulomatlc corps
and their ladles will be presen'
Members may entertain guests
at the affair which will colt $7.50
a couple, and may still make re-
servations for tables by telephon-
ing to the club headquarters or
to Paul Cote at the Hotel, Pan-
ama 3-1860.
Pacific Side Students
To Appear in Dance Recital
Madge Locke's School of Danc-
ing will present a dance recital,
"Merrily. Merrily," In three acts.
Friday evening. April 27. at 7.30
at the Cristobal Y.M.C.A. A
group of pupils from the Pacific
side of the Isthmus will talc* part
in the recital. Tickets are now
being sold by the dancing stu-
dent-, and will be sold the night
of the performance at the
Y.M.C.A.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
MABREY. Gary Marlon. 27. of
Albrook field, formerly of Mon-
son. Mass., to MABREY, Pauline
Marv-Ellen. 20. also of Monson.
GLENN. Charles Alexander. 24.
of Barranqullla. Col., formerly of
Floral Park, Long Island, to
WALKER, Buzanne T., 28. of
Charlotte. N.C.
ADDISQN. Billy Dean. 22. of
Fort Kobbe. formerly of Carters-
vllle. Ga.. to TWINTER. Cons-
tance J.. 28, of Curundu. formerly
of Kewanee, Wise,
Births
NELSON. Mr. and Mrs. Harrld.
of "Pueblo Nuevo, daughter, April
10. Gorgas Hospital.
ALLEN. Mr. and Mrs. William
H of Gamboa, son, April 10, Gor-
gas Hospital.
HOG AN. Mr, and Mrs. Rich-
ard, of Red Tank, daughter, April
10. Gorgas Hospital.
DE LA PENA. Mr. and Mrs.
Moiss, of Ancon. daughter, April
10, Gorgas Hospital.
Mrs. Fred Morrill Will
Head Balboa Woman's Club
Mrs. Fred Morrill of Balboa
yesterday was elected president
of the Balboa Woman's Club.
Corresponding secretary for the
past year and also chairman of
the highly successful Safety
Week, sne succeeds Mrs. Frame
Rlter Of Ancon. Mrs. Rlter Is
leaving the Isthmus May 18 to
make her home In Cleveland,
Ohio.
Other officers elected at the
meeting held at the Jewish Mel-
fare Board building, were: Mrs.
Patsy Ryan, first vice president;
Mrs. William Albright, second
vice president; Mrs. O. E. Mlch-
aells, recording secretary; Mrs.
Maurice Kllpper, treasurer, and
Mrs. L. D. Boney, corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Norman Rocker
Is nominator.
Two $5,250 Jobs
Await Applicants
The establishment of two addi-
tional positions of Admeasurer
which will be filled by transfer of
In-service applicants Is announc-
ed by Captain Robert M. Peach-
er, Marine Director.
The probationary Admeasurjr
positions are grade OS -8 and the
entrance salary Is $3,250 annual-
ly. Requirements for the Jobs In-
clude two years of engineering
training or the equivalent and
good physical condition and the
preferred age limit Is between 25
and 35 years.
One of the positions will be at
Balboa and the other at Cristo-
bal.
Applications for transfer from
in-service Canal and Railroad
employes must be submitted
through the Employment and
Utilization Division of the Per-
sonnel Bureau. In accordance
with usual transfer procedures.
Mindi Dredged
Atlantic Side
During March
The pipeline suction dredge
Mlndl took 491.000 cubic yards of
material from the Atlantic en-
trance to the Panama Canal In
March and 37,500 yards In the At-
lantic entrance to the Oatun
Locks approach.
Other maintenance work dono
by the Dredging Division during
the month Included 38,200 cubic
yards removed from Galllard Cut
and 41,000 on a project to widen
Culebra Reach in operations by
the clipper dredge Cascadas.
Services by the Dredging Divi-
sion for outside divisions and or-
ganizations during March In-
cluded transportation of 1,407
passengers from Gamboa to Pe-
dro Miguel on the ferryboat Pre-
sidente Porras on three tourist
trips arranged by local travel a-
gencles.
Thatcher Ferry, which Is oper-
ated by the Dredging Division,
made 4,426 trips across the Canal
during the past month and car-
ried a total of 2.256 vehicles and
303,067 passengers.
They will be Installed May 9
at the club's annual luncheon
to be given at the Hotel Tivojl.
During the meeting members
were told that the last 95 col-
lected by the Woman's Club
i from generous Isthmians for the
assistance of a needy Scottish
I family has been forwarded to
Mrs. Sam Ivol. Mrs. Ivol Is the
wife of a seaman who spent
| many months in Gorsgas Hospit-
al alter his leg was broken in an
I automobile accident. The Wom-
: an's Club learned of the plight of
his family, whom Ivol, unable to
work because of his Injury, could
I not support.
Another box of clothing Is be-
ing prepared for the family,
which consists of the mother, a
little girl, 4, and a boy, 8. If any-
one has additional clothing to
send the family, he or she may
contact the outgoing president,
Mrs. Frank Rlter, or Mrs. Oliver
Culp.
Members also decided at the
election meeting that the Club
will sponsor at least one girl for
the coming Girls State.
Group Meetings
All representatives of the Elks
Field Day Committee are here-
by reminded of the Special Meet-
ing which will be held tonight
at the Pacific Clubhouse. This
meeting will commence at 7:30
p.m.
o
The regular meeting of the
Knights of St. John will be held
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. sharp.
All members are urged to at-
tend In order to transact busi-
ness of great importance. Mem-
bers ure also urged to renew their
addresses to facilitate the R & C
secretary In distributing notices.
Make you* baby more
Comfortable these % ways
1.

Guard baby' seosiiiv, delicate (kin
with pure, bland Johnson's Baby Oil.
It help prevent skin chafing, drynsts,
and irritation.
Blind Benefit's Funds
Go To 3 Organizations
The women of the Jewish Con
gregatlons of Panama have an-1
nounced that the proceeds of the
annual Benefit for the Blind Card
Partv which was held April 4th
will be distributed to the Lteht {
House, (Institution for the blind l
In Israel,) and to the Hebrew i
University. A donation Is also be-
ing sent to the Panama School
for the Blind.
Cordial thanks are being ex-1
tended to all the volunteers, lo-;
cal merchants and businessmen;
who contributed unselfishly of
their time, services and dona-
tlon.s making the Benefit an ex-
tremely successful one. '
Were Glad
You
Liked It...
The formal re-opening of Cyrnos Gift
Shop was a wonderfully heart-warming
experience. The crowds that visited our
new tore and the congratulations and
good wishes of those who could not be
with us combined to make it one of the memorable occasions in the
history of our company. To all of you, our moat sincere thank.
If you were not with us on Opening Day, we hope you will take
the occaiion to visit us soon. Whether you come in to inquire about the
latest "Hit" Columbia Record ... or to look over our new line of fine
Crystal, you'll always receive a friendly welcome. ,
Complete line of CIFTS. . NOVELTIES -1
French Crystal French Dinnerware Venetian Crystal
French Perfumes Italian Figurines English Figurines
Columbia Records Dog Bar Sewing Notions
Elna Sewing Machine, Etc.
CYRNOS
GIFT SHOP
16Tvol Avenue
Panam
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fAGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL . 1151
I
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell! ,
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS^
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
15 words
3' each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
Ne. 4 Tlvoll Ava.
Phone 1-22111
KIOSKU DE LESSEPS
Parque dt
i*anamj
MORRISONS
No'. 4 fourth ul July Ava.
I'hiiii Z-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
latSt Melndci Aira,
rbooe 755 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Na. H WM Utk llrcti
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
M*. 57 "H" atrecl Panama
Nu HITS Cotral Ave tolo
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1948 Pontioc Converti-
ble hydramitic 8 W/W tires, ro-
dio, heoter, new top, excellent con-
dition. Cell 2-2768. House 1513-D
Balboa.
FOR SALE:'49 Huick Super Conr
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
*OR SALE:1950 Chevrolet DeLuxe
Ssdan. Undercoat, vents, new muf-
fler, tailpipe, battery. 353-B New
Cristobal. $1,550.00._____________
OR SALE:Codilloc 1949 Gray,-4-
door Sedan 62 with 21.000 miles,
hydromatic, radio, white side woll
tires, seat covers. Price $2,900.
Plaia 5 de Mayo No. 163, Pono-
a*---------------------
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile 8
hydramotic. four door Sedan, ex-
cellent condition. Tel. 2-1302.
House 1462-C Holden St., Balboa.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 6 piece mahogany
livingrcom set. Reasonable price.
Ancon 406-A, C. Z.
FOR SALE:3 bamboo chairs with
table $70; 2 maple choirs $30;
Divan $35; Baby crib with mat-
tress, combinotion chest of draw-
ers and wardrobe, high chair, play
pen $60. House 557-B Curundu
Heights. Tel PAD 2107.
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 Cecoo St., Balboa.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth DeLuxe
Coupe, condition like a new car.
Color black. Price $1,100.00. Apt.
25-A Coco Slito. C. Z.________
FOR SALE: Leaving. 1949 Koiser
DeLuxe, 17.000 actual miles, ex-
cellent condition throughout, w/w
tires, undercoated, duty paid, sa-
crifice, Plomera Nacional 32nd
Street between Central and Peru
Avenue.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick-Special.
4-door Sedon. excellent condition.
Can be financed. Located at House
2107-D. Curundu.
FOR SALE:Leaving, RCA. Radio,
Frigidoire refrigerator, livingroom
suite, large gas,stove, chinawore,
etc., portable paint sprayer, Sim-
mons mattresses and springs, all
excellent condition, No. 10, 9th
Street Son Francisco, ofter 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse oil porce-
loin -9 ft. refrigerotor, one year
guarantee $200.00; Mahogony
desk $25.00; 25 cycle phonograph
attachment with 25 children's rec-
ord $20.00; Louvers for duprex
$50.00. Gotun 196-A, 5-41 1.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot ma-
chine. Magic Chef gas stove, baby
crib, stroller, play pen. Phone 916,
Coln.
FOR SALEBridge sets from $10.00
to $15.00; Chromium chairs $5.00;
Station wogon for kids $7.50. Eng-
lish Furniture Store, 7th. St. Bo-
livor No. 6075. Phone 334.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50 par hour
plus It Mr mile.
Insurance and driving
ptrmit included.
Call Panama 2-1993
Garage Elias.
Yugoslavs Ask Arms
Help To Meet Reds'
'Intense Armament'
BELGRADE. Yugoslavia, April
12 (UP) It was confirmed of-
ficially today that the Yugoslav
Government has asked for arms
from other countries to nvet the
"Intensive armaments" of the
Russian-satellite countries bor-
dering on this country.
Veljko Vlahoblc. head of the
Foreign Affairs Council In the
Foreign Ministry, made the dis-
closure in an "officially author-
ized" statement to the Com-
munist newspaper Borba.
Vlahoblc did not specifically
mention that the arms had been
requested of Western countries.
But other reliable sources said
that a "statement of need" in
arms was submitted to the Unit-
ed States. Great Britain and
France two months or more ago.
A squadron of Russian MIG-15
Jet fiehters has arrived in Alba-
nia, the small satellite border-
cording to an anti-Red Albania
ing Yugoslavia to the south, ac-
newspaper published In Italy.
The fighters that are to help the
Albanian Government "put down
disorders'" and patrol the skies
against foreign planes reported-
ly making frequent flights over
Albania.
FOR SALE: Philippine Rattan, 3
large chairs; 1 setee, innerspnng
cushions and coffee toble; 10
aluminium Venetian blinds 48x60
for new type, 4 family; Will sell
or trade; 1 Lionel electric train
set .0027 gouge; 104 sections
trock 6 remote control switches,
etc., etc. House 358-A Mamei
Place, Ancon.
FOR SALE:High choir, stroller, play
pen, sewing machine, radio, photo-
graph pick-up, mahogany furni-
ture, several household items. Coll
2-3283 or House 1424-C Carr
St., Balboa.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Comfortable furnished
room, best surroundings. All con-
veniences. Bella Vista No. 13
43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished room with
private both and entrance, 44 St..
No. 9. Tel 3-1648.
Wanted Position
Experienced bi-lingual accountant-
office manager seeks position.
Familiar with merchandising and
soles accountability. Excellent re-
ferences. Will accept part time
work. Write c/o Box 1922, Pana-
ma.
Goat Has Quints
SPARTA. 111. A ROOl
owned by Arthur Dobyns has iiiv-
en birth to quintuplets, an oc< ur-
rence almost as rare as in the hu -
man family.
1EGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zona
UMIHJ SI ATtS HIMRII I I ill HI
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Dlvialon el Balboa
F.NBkQUF. MarMlLLAN.
Ltbelant
* v.
M. S. "HALANTE." har anfinfa.
bet!*, tarklr, elf.,
Kespondent
IN ADMIRALTY
No
CITATION
WHEREAS, on tha !2nd day of March.
tssas Woodrow da Caalro. Proctor for
LtWtant, Enrique MarMlllan, filad Ram
Hee in the District Court of tba United
f*tatea for tha District of tha Canal
Befll atalnt th M. S. "Galante/ her
entines, boilers, tackle, etr.. in a ruic
f Contract. Civil and Maritime.
AND WHEREAS, by virtue of process
In due form of law. to ma directed, re-
turnable on the 13th day of April, I91.
1 have seized anil taken tha aatd M. 8.
"Galante" and have her Id my custody.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a
District Court will be held in the Ualted
Statea Court Room, in tha City of An-
cn. Canal Zone, on tha 13tb day of
April, 1S5I, for the trial of aald pre-
Biiaea, and tha owner or owner*, and
all' perrons mho may have or claim any
Interest, aaa hereby cited To he and
appear at tha time and place af(*re*ald.
to show cause, if any they have, why
a final decree ahouM not paaa as prayed.
John E. Hoshie,
I'nited S;ate* Marshal
Legal Notice
UNITED STATES CF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Diviaian of Balboa
Eleanor M. Kuchanan.
Plaintiff.
VB.
Verne F. Buchanan.
defendant
SUMMONS
I'a.e No .12;?
riH Doeltel II
li 'I ION FOR DIVORCF,
Tn the alave-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure tn an appear
and answer, judgment will be la-en
asainst you by default sfor the relief rle-
mande.l in the complaint
WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J.
Hancock, Judge. United Mates District
' i.urt for the District of the Canal Zone,
'.his Slh day of Februar). I
C. T McCormich, Jr.
Clerk.
ISEAI.)
By Sara de In Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk.
Tn Verne F_ Buchanan
The foregoing summona Is eereed
upon you by pilblio>tis>a pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Joseph J. Han-
cock. Judge. United UattM District
Court for the ni-iiict of the Canal Zone
A- ted February t, I9S1 and entered and
filed In this action in the o'"t'ice of the
Clerk of asi.l United States District
Court for the Division in* Balboa on
Febr iBry . 19SI.
C. T. McCormlck. Jr.
Clerk.
Pv Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Cle-k
THF I.EFFVRF CORP
Phone 2-333.1
LOTS FOR BALE
Down Pavment SISO.
deathly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
sq. Meter
For Rent: Heavy Faylpanenl tor
ground leveling
v\ e Kenl l-ots on Long Terms
Lot Clubs al S3 and S4 Weekly
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking, problem?
Writs Alcoholic Anonymoui
Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR SALE:PAA tickets; reserva-
tions accepted at its new AGENCY
in Bella Vista. 25 Per Ave. CO-
PA Office. Ample parking space.
Mothers, happy, healthy feet start
in the cradle. Protect baby's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING:JACK
Shoes, from the cradle to 4 years.
Sold exclusively ot BABYLAND.
No. 39. 43rd Street. Of it's for
the. Baby, we have it"!)
The Panama Canol offers for sale
under sealed bid?, >to be opened
10:30 a.m., April 25. 1951, three
centrifugal pumps and two troctor-
rr.ounted well drills, located at Dredg-
ing Division, Gamboa. For informa-
tion regarding the pumps telephone
Mr. H. W. Parker, 6-121 ond re-
garding the drills telephone Mr. A.
R. Gner, 4-154. Bid forms may be
obtotned from the Dredging Division,
Gamboo, or from the office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE:2 Cameras, Cine-Kodok
8 mm. moving picture model 25,
f-2.7 complete with corrying cose.
Used only twice, practically new.
Also Argus 35 mm. complete with
carrying cose, range-finder, photo-
flash attachments. All above for
$80.00. Coll Balboa 1304 between
5-7 p.m.
Everything you want or need. Extra
large innerspnng sofa. Bamboo
chaise lounge. 3 burner oil stove.
Double and single beds. Tables,
large and small. Chairs, dressers,
chiffoniers. Youths bed. Bi-linguol
parrot. Belgian police pups (excep-
tional breedi. Girls and ladies
dresses, 4 to 6 and siie 16. Mirrors,
fon ond so forth. Shrapnel, House
150 on one way street to Quarry
Heights.
RESORTS
Casino Santo Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
Gramlich's Sonto Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, rt-,
frigerotion, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages. |
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ronges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends. '
FOR RENT:Foster's fumstrrC cot-
tages, between Santo Clot and
Rio Hato. Phone 2-3'42. Panano
or see caretaker.
Retired Americans: For only $35.00
we lease house and land on Trans-
Isthmian Highwoy, 20 minutes
from city, with river, light, run-
ning water. Inquire personally 1 I,
3.6th St. neor Lux Theater, Pat-
terson's.
SILIPHANE
A new and better water-
proofing by the makers of
AQUELLA for protection
of masonry and cement
paints. Clear and lnvls.
lble. Easy to apply with
brush or garden sprayer.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
29 Aye. Central
Tel. 3-0140
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435, Balboa. Phone
Ponami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
RE-UPHOLSTER
Your furniture like new.
Lowest prices.
Let me* figure .tout material
nerds. Free Estimates
ALBKRTO MERES Pan. 3-3151
H a.m fo 7 p.m
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedrooms
apartment, in newly constructed
building, for furlher details call
Mndez & 7ubieta. Phone 2-3035
ALHAMIKA APARTMENTS for rent I
Modern furnished ond unfurnished
apartments. Contact office No. |
8061. 10th Street. New Cristobal,
phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
Sitting-diningroom furnished $65.
All screened. Entrone of San Fran-
cisco. Information Phon 3-0234.
^OR SALE:Small Boby Grand Pia-
no in good conditions. Reasonable
price. 41th Street No. I. Tel.
3-0672.
PANAMUSICA offers a large selec-
tion of 45 RPM classical and pep-
ular albums Victor. London ond
Decca. Central Ave. No. 1 27 across
from Zig-Zog. Open until 10 p.m.
every evening.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle)-
FOR SALE:1946 Indion Chief A-l
condition. Reasonbale, House 0129
Margarita.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Country home in "Paso
Ancho." El Volcn. Hot ond cold
running woter, 3 bedrooms, com-
pletely furnished. Apply to Mr. H.
Feuille. Tel. Gamboa 537 or Ju-
ventino Garcia, Paso Ancho, El
Volcn.
FOR SALE:Reol Estate. Three con-
crete block chalets on 3 \'i ocres
of lond, tiled red floors, modern
facilities, fruit, gardens, 1 \i miles
in Arraijn. See owner on premises,
Johnson.
FOR SALE:Cottage with all mo-
dern conveniences, electric lights,
running water, gas stove and fri-
gidoire. with two to eight hectares
overlooking Panam City 2400
feet high at CERRO AZUL Tel.
3-IS67, Panama.
LESSONS
Leorn to donee woltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tongo, m a m b o .
Charleston Balboa YMCA Tuesday.
Thursday, Soturday oil day. Hornett
& Dunn.
Legal Notice
United States of America
Canal Zone
United States District Court Foi
The District Of The Canal Zone
alboa Division
In the Matter of the Estate of
ESTHER A.^HKA.
Oereaaed
No. 85! I'rbate .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICt IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons tiBvine any claims asainst tha
Estate of ESTHER A. SHEA, deceased,
are required to file their said claims,
supported by vouchers and properly veri-
fied, with the Clerk of the United Statea
D.strut Court for the Dfatrict of the
Canal Zone. Balboa Division, at Aneun.
Canal Zone, or with the batata*.
J SKI'H FRANCIS SHEA, at No. t Tl-
voli Avenue. Ancon. Canal Zone, on or
before the 29th day of July ItSl, or
they will be forever barred,
Anrun, Canal Zone.
Mai.'h 17. IRSI.
JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEA
Kseeiitur.
FOR RENT: One bedroom aport-
ment, diningroom, kitchen, tar-
vices; all well furnished. A^'io-
lutely independent. Parking a. ve
way. $60.00 monthly. Look for
chalet ot 121 Poitillo rood.
FOR RENT:Apartment in 13th St.
Via Porras, San Froncisco. House
No. 16. Phone 3-2516.
FOR RENT:Attractive on bedroom
apartment in Riviera Building, 46th
Street ond Avenida Justo Arose-
mena. Apply to Janitor at pre-
mises.
DRY SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA'f,
THE BEST FOR LESS
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
#20 Tivoll Are. Apt. 1.
Tel. 2-3381.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.3 to 6 p.m
FOR RtNT:On bdroom apart-
ment locotad near Canal Zone.
Rant $55.00. Tl. Panam 2-0027
or 3-0763.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Hunting dog, white. Sundoy
between Toeumen highway and
Pocoro. Call Tel. 3-1751. Reword.
'Varieties of 1951'
At Margarita Will
Raise '4th' Funds
The Margarita Recreational
Association has announced plans
lor the 4th of July Celebration
on the Atlantic Side and ihe
Margarita Recreational Associa-
tion.
The show will be held In
the Margarita Clubhouse Thea-
ter on May 1st and 2nd. It
will start, at 7:30 and admission
charges will be $0.50 for adults,.
and $0.25 por children.
Tlie show will be called the
"Varieties of 1951" and will be
produced by Mrs. Faye Wheeler,
who needs no Introduction to
Isthmian theater goers.
Doe to the big success of
the 'Varieties of 1950" last year
also staged by Mrs. Wheeler-
it was decided to run the show
o this year along the same
pattern. The first half will be
made up of young dancers and
different -yance routines; while
the second half will be by adult
numbers.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plata 9 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
IVHBbR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa Near Jnan Franco
Tel 3-1503
Sino Reds To Send
Aid To Viet Minhs
SAIGON, April 12 (UP).Viet
Mlnh Communist rebels are ac-
tive near the port of Haipong.
Meanwhile from Hong Kong
it is reported the Peiplng Chi-
nese Reds are preparing to send
"volunteers" into Indochina.
Red General Chang Tin, "com-
mander of the Chines* volun-
teers to aid Indochina." has re-
portedly returned from Peiping
conferences to Nanning. the
town near the Indochina border
where Chinese Russian Viet
Minh headquarters have been
established.
Peiplng radio claims the Chi-
nese are reacting to French
violations of the border, and
French aid to "bandits" In tfte
Chinese border county of Kln-
ping.
Peiping radio said: "Chinese
border gr-rds are closely watch-;
ing this f es'i impudent provo-'
cation by tne French.''
fiaminute
w.tha POLAROID
A* camera
You nap th* ihutter then lift oat
your fintihtd. p*r mirier,, picturo
null liur. Too. it's implo m
that to ato tho amazing new Polaroid
Camera. No liquida, no dark room...
o fuoa .tho film makee the picturo
automatically aa you advance if for
Um neat ahot- Seo it in action at
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tv?I. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
Army, Navy, Air Force News
THE NAVY FLEET AIR SERVICE SQUADRON
am. in ceremonies at the U. S. Naval Station,
The ceremonies consisted of Inspection of
10b, and welcoming; addresses by Captain Geor
and Captain J. S. McClure, Commanding Offic
Above, Captain McClure (left) and Lieut
ficer of FASRON 105, Inspect the crew.
Military officials present Included: Capt
of the Naval Station; Captani Carl M. Dumba
val Hospital; Captain James D. Vlecelli, Execu
William M. Brown, USAF, Commanding Officer
gene L. Hamon, USMC, Platoon Commander of
105 was officially commissioned Tuesday at 9
Coco Solo.
the shops, office space, and crew of FASRON
ge D. Lyon. 15th Naval District Chief of Staff,
er of-Fleet Air Wing 11.
enant James P. Todd.I Acting Commanding Of-
ain Lyle L. Koepke, USN, Commanding Officer
uld, USN, Commanding Officer of the U. 8. Na-
tive Officer of the U. S. Naval Hospital: Colonel
of Albrook Air Force Base; and Captain E-
the Third Marine Guard Platoon.
(U.S. Navy Phofo)
TRUMAN
CAUSE OF PEACE '
, (Continued from Page 1)
elementa would open the way
for the unification of Korea and
the withdrawal of all foreign
forces.
"We do not want to see t^he
conflict in Korea exteaoed. ve
are trying to prevent a third
World War not to start one."
He discussed the controversial
Issues of bombing Chinese Com-
munist Installations in Manchu- |
rla, bombing the Red Chinese
mainland, and supporting a Chi- j
nese Nationalist Invasion of the'
mainland from Formosa.
MacArthur favors all these ac- :
tlons.
Truman said: "If we were to
do these things we would be!
running a very grave risk of |
starting a general war."
The domestic political con- \
flict over MacA.rthur's dismissal
warmed up.
Republicans want MacArthur
to address a joint session of the
House and Senate, and are de-
termined to press for a thorough
Investigation of his dismissal
and of Mr. Truman's Far East-
ern policies.
Democrats oppose MacArthur's
appearance before Congress
where he could not be question-
ed and are demanding an in-
vestigation of his conduct of the
Korean War by an appropriate \
committee, where he can be
questioned.
House Democratic Leader John I
W. McCormack said: "MacAr-l
thur should answer numbers of |
questions... such as on the wide
dispersal of our troops in the
latter part of last year, which
was a grave military mistake."
Republican Senator Robert A.
Taft Is readv to demand a for-
mal Inquiry by a special con-
gressional committee patterned
after the one which In 1945 in-
vestigated the Pearl Harbor di-
saster.
Angry Republican cries de-
manding the possible impeach-
ment of Mr. Truman and Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson are
dVing away. Cooler Repblica:,
heads see nothing to be gained
bv such attempts.
ALBROOK'S COMMANDANT OF THE TJSAF SCHOOL FOR
LATIN AMr.KlCA. Major William A. Clarke, Tuesday morning |
received the Order of Merit of the Chilean government at a
ceremony at the Chilean Embassy in Panama. Major Clark
is shown receiving the certificate and citation accompanying
the award presented for his contribution to the Chilean gov- ,
ernment as commandant of the school which Instructs Latin
American students in aircraft principles. The presentation
was made by Chilean Ambassador Manuel Hidalgo Plaza.
(U.S. Air Force Photo)
Worried. RP Mother Pacific Council
Starts (Z Helicopter Wiil Poll Tenants
On Interior Flight On Housing Types
Anxiety of a mother in Pan-' Pacific Civic Council members
ama City over the health of her will call on all Pacific Side re-
ir ee cnildren In the town of sldents in the next few weeks to
Chiman moved through Pana-: ask two questions pertaining to
m and U.S. government chan-! the type of construction desired
neis this week to send a 1st Air | by Panam Canal employes.
Rescue Squadron helicopter and
doctor on a 70-mile flight to the They ask each employe to ans-
Interior. w'er .uestions on housing at th
first call, if possible.
The Alcalde (Mayor) of Chi-1
man knew nothing of the three! Findings will be turned over
sick children. But the mission, to the housing planners of th
was not entirely fruitless, as the Panam Canal for their consl-
doctor aided another slightly ill deration. The last housing sur-
yougsier and one who was con-|vey-was conducted by the Paclflo
Civic Council In 1948.
At the same time, the members
of the Civic Council will leave
morning that the request for the with each tenant forms which
mercy mission came through Elo may be filled out showing tho
him Ramirez, Secretary of the desire to enroll in a First Aid
Ministry of Labor. Social Se- course. These forms when com-
curlty and Public Health, who pleted should be left at the or-
nad been approached by Mrs. der desk In the respective com-
Eugenla Reina. mlssarles: Balboa, Ancon, and
Diablo.
The Panam government tried
to persuade Mrs. Reina to have The signers will be notified
the children wait for evacuation when the courses will be given.
The statute is the same as by vessel, but her anxiety seem- Each course meets two night
RP Freight House
Cashier Out On Ball
Bail of $500 was posted yes-
terday afternoon in the Balooa
Magistrate's Court by Mrs. Mi-
na H. Dee. former cashier at the
Panama freight house who is
charged with two counts of fail-
ing to account for government
' funds.
valescent, in a nearby town.
Julio E. Briceo, Secretary of
the Panam Foreign Ministry,
told The Panam American this
that under which former under-
taker Grover Bohan Is currently
on trial In the District Court.
Preliminary hearing on the
charge is continued until next
Wednesday aiternoon. Mrs. Dee
is represented by attorney W. J.
Sheridan. .
The charges against her were
signed by Chief Inspector J. R.
Williams. Under the first it Is
alleged that she tailed to ac
count for $20 last Dec. 22; the
second that she failed to ac-
count for ;0 five days later.
District Attorney Daniel E.
McGrath, who has been Investi-
gating the case, said yesterday
that there is a shortage of about
$3.000 in the accounts Of .the
freight house where Mrs. Dee
was employed for about six
years.
ed so great that it was decided per week, two hours each night
to request the Air Force to eva- for a total of 18 hours or nine
cuate them by air. | nights. The Instruction is free.
When Captain Hal J. Basham,! It has been pointed out that
of Flight "B" 1st Rescue Squad-!a First Aid course Is a form of
ron accompanied by T)r. (Capt.) i insurance and may be the mean
G B Doan, landed.at Chiman, of saving the life of a loved one,
nobody had heard of any sick It is good for a lifetime,
children. ----------
Proceeding 20 miles down the pj,na| ihrarv Kranrn
coast to Maje. capt. Basham v,anai L.iDrary oraDco
Chief Accountant Lewis
Returning On 'Pananta'
J. F. Lewis. Chief Accountant,
will return to the Isthmus Mon-
day on the S. S. Panama. He
the United Slates
- queried the inhabitants who as- lMjli na Mnniln.,
e sured him that all their children \ Will UlMB IflOnday
were in excellent health. FinaUy a-, a. a a ,
in the village of Bruja, (between At DiaDlO UUOhOUSe
Chiman and Maje) the pilot lo-,
cated a man by the name of At the request of the Pacific
Reina who turned out to be clvlc councils, a branch of The
a bachelor, without children |Panama Canal Library is being
Undaunted, the Air Force or- opened on tne seCond floor ot
fleers returned to Chiman deter- lhe Dlablo Hetghtfi clubhouse,
mined to track down the origIn. Tne branch oraryi wltn a
of the request, ^estloning**\oxistantly rotating book collec-
inhabitants in Spanish.more Uon w, Monday, and will
c, 0Sely !h S iT wnmin whSS ** ,n operation from 4 to 6 p.m,
discovered one woman Jw,nose Mondavs and Thursdavs
ihlcten^x^otCchlld ^iWtaW a,
a mild"cSS ontot^same dlsea jr.rl at Diablo Heighst.
waT also brought forward to see. The library will have several
the doctor hundred books and will speclal-
Centrin Dorn prescribed treat-'Ize In bosks for children Re-
ment for the children and left quests wUl also be accepted at
has been in .
about two weeks because of trie i .
death of Ms mother In Short-Ian adequate supply of medicine Diablo Heights for books irom
hills, New Jersey. 'lor the villagers.
*l
i the main library at Ancon.


THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
~rnlan,tic ^c
fAGE SEVEN
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&, 195, (atn V,LfU (+Ium 378
MISS FLORES BECOMES BRIDE OF MR. TRUJILLO
The wedding of Miss Mart Rosa Florea and Mr. Adolph
M. Trajillo took place at 9:30 a.m. Saturday April 7, at the
Fort Davis Chapel.
Calla lUies and white tapers were nsed on the altar of
the chapel. A prelude of organ music was rendered by Mr.
Ivan, who also accompanied Mrs. Betty Demlco, soloist. She
sane "On This Dav Oh Beautiful Motner," "Mother At Tour
Feet Is Kneeling." and Schubert's "Are Maria."
The bride entered upon the
arm of her brotner, by whom
she was given in' marriage, She
was lovely in her wedding gown
of Imported English lace and
Frenen crepe. It was fashioned
with lace yoke forming sweet-
heart neckline, and long fitted
sleeves. Lace panels were Insert-
ed In the full gathered SKlrt,
wnlch extended to lorm a train.
A fingentlp veil of illusion fell
from a coronet of seashells and
orange blossoms, designed by
Miss tetty Pacheco. Her flowers
were a bouquet of calla lilies tied
with organza.
Mrs. mana Melendez was the
matron oi honor. She wore a
floor lengtn dress of pale orcnld
not over matching taffeta. She
carried burgundy nlies and were
a matching cluster In her hair,
from which fell a shoulder-length
veil. Long burgundy gloves com-
pleted her ensemble.
Diane Held, of Fort Kobbe, was
the flower girl. She wore an off-
the-shoulder white organdy dress
over pink taffeta. It was caught
around the hemline with clusters
of rosebuds. She carried an old-
fashioned bouquet of rosebuds.
Mr. Jose Melendez was oest
man for the groom.
Sergeant and Mrs. Jose Flores
entertained with a reception and
luncheon at the Fort Oullck N.C
0. Club at 1:30 p.m.
The bride's table was centerea
with the traditional three-tiered
wedding cake topped with a bride
and groom, and encircled with
pink and white carnations and
coffee roses. The pink and white
theme was carried out In the ap-
pointments and decorations of
the club.
Seated at the bride's table with
Sergeant and Mrs. Flores and the
bride and groom were: Major
and Mrs. J. L. Loyd, Seregant and
Mrs. Jose Melendez. Sergeant and
Mrs. George Field and Dlajq
Field.
The other guests at the recep-
tion were: Captain and Mrs. M.
1. Vilklns, Captain Dosier, Cap-
tain and Mrs. Henry A. Labacn,
Sergeant and Mrs. Arthur Cran-
dall, Sergeant Willis Hix, Ser-
geant Smiley Davis, Sergeant
Paul Sholtls, Sergeant and Mrs
Owen Tolbert, Sergeant and Mrs
Edward Oreen, sergeant and
Mrs. Joseph Gormley, Sergeant
and Mrs. Glenn Hunter. Corporal
James Mabry, Corporal Ernest
Wall, Corporal Simon Buffing-
tin, Corporal James Changlcr,
Mrs. Rosita Reyes, Mr. and Mrs
Jose Castillo, Sergeant and Mr:.
J. Cerxo, Sergeant and Mrs. W.
Pennock, Mrs. Lillian Wheeler
and Mrs. John Cousins.
Music for the occasion was fur-
nished by the 60th Army Band
under the direction of Sergean.
Emilio Rodriguez.
Later in the day the bride and
groom left for a short local ho*
neymoon and will be at home at
quarters 543-E Fort Gulick.
Bon Voyage Party
"or Mrs. Arnold
Miss Florence Edbrooke was
lostess for a cocktail party yes-
erday between the hours of 5:00
and 8:00 p.m. to compliment
Mrs. Frederick Arnold, who la
sailing Friday to reside in tha
States.
The .members of the nursing
staff of Colon Hospital, of which
Mrs. Arnold has been a member,
were invited to.the party.
Beta Sigma Phi
Elects Officers
The Beta Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi elected officers at the
meeting held at the home of Mrs
Marie Moscarltolo In New Cristo-
bal Tuesday evening. The new
oficers are: president, Mrs. Eve
iyn Wade, vice-president. Mrs.
Violet Deaklns; Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. Beverly Berger;
Recording Secretary. Miss Arden
Armstrong and Treasurer, Miss
Jean Dough.
Following the business meet-
ing the hostess and co-hostm,*,
Mrs. Wade surprised two of the
group (who will be married soon
with the traditional wedding gift
of the sorority a crystal tray
centered with the sorority irfslg-
nla The honorees were Miss Ar-
den Armstrong and Miss Nancy
Dyer.
Refreshments were served from
a table centered with a bride's
cake flanked by a bride doll and
her attendant.
The other members present In-
cluded: Mrs. Jean Coffey, Mrs.
Violet Deaklns, Mlas Jean Dough,
Miss Jean Lawson, Miss Sarah
Macready, Miss Ann Maner, Mrs
Vera Perry, and Mrs. Jackie
Stringer.
Emblem Club Dance
The Cristobal Emblem dub Kb.
52, will hold Its first dance at the
Elks Home Saturday, from 800
p.m. to 1:00 a.m. The Informal
dance Is being planned for Pan-
American Day. Tickets are a dol-
lar each.
Bridal Shower
Mrs. Owen Tolbert and Mrs
Betty Pacheco were co-hostesses
for a miscellaneous shower given
at Mrs. Tolbert's home at Fort
Gulick for Miss Rosa Flores, be-
fore her wedding on Saturday.
After the gifts were opened,
bunko was played and Mrs. John
Cousins was the high scorer.
Refreshments were served from
a table centered with white and
pink camellias and marked at the
corners with miniature umbrel-
las.
The guests were: Mrs. Jose Me-
lendez, Mrs. Ernest Beck, Mrs.
William Godwin, Mrs. Plnaud,
Mrs. Joseph Gormley, Mrs. Ralph
I. Johnson, Mrs. Edward B. Dick -
inson, Mrs. John Cousins and
Mrs. George Marsh.
K. of C. Bake Sale
There will be a bake sale at the
Knights of Columbus Horns in
Margarita from 10:00 to 12:00 Sa-
turday morning. The proceeds
will go to charity.
Benefit Dinner
A turkey dinner will be given
at the Gatun Masonic Temple
tomorrow by the Woman's Aux-
iliary of the Gatun Union Church.
Ticket are $1.50 for adults and
75 cents for children under
twelve.
Atlantic Side residents are In
vitea to attend. There will be two
sittings, at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m.
Luscious tomatoes, green peas,
lima beans, crisp carrots, sweet
golden corn, and many more
garden-fresh vegetables, min-
gled in a hearty beef stock,
make Campbell's Vegetable
Soup "almost a meal in itself.
Buy several cans today I
21 KINDS TO CH0OS1 FROM CONDENSED fOR GREATER VALUE
sad Whhs LaM
Dorothy Parker And
Woolcolt Feature
In PC Library Book
One of the books placed in cir-
culation during the past week by
The Panama Canal Library is
"Tlw Vicious Circle," the story of
the Algonquin Round Table, at
which Dorothy Parker. Heywood
Broun. Alexander Woolcott and
other wits of the 20's and 30's
gathered in the Algonquin Hotel.
This is an account of the qu'.ps
and prauks that were spawned
and foibles that flourished In
the circle which was a nerve pen
ter of American literature and
rtrami. for more than a decade
The complete list of new woks
at the Library follows:
Societies Mid-century. Mass.
Lost of Tech., Burchard.
Building Homemade homes,
Corey.
Oratory The investigating
powers of congress, Johnsen; Re-
presentative American speeches,
Baird.
Travel, History. Biography -
Seagoing Gaucho, Urlburu; Cir-
cus. Hamld; The vicious circle,
Harriman; Sink 'em all, Look-
wood.
Fiction The case of the pur
lolned picture. Bush; Our spoons
came from Woolworths, Comyns;
Give me your golden hand, Ea-
ton; Magda, Hindus; The yellow
storm. Shaw; The professor knits
a shroud, Van Arsdale; From
here to eternity, Jones.
Children's Books Fiction-
Tiptoe, the mischievous kitten,
Barr; Elmer and the dragon,
Gannett; One horse farm, Ipcar;
Mark Tidd, editor. Kelland; Tex-
as Tomboy, Lenskle; The Wahoo
bobcat, Llpplncott; Jinks, Rech-
nltzer; Let's look ahead, Sher-
man.
Non-fiction Songs to grow
on, Landeck; Sixty swell play-
mate games for boys and girls,
Horwltz; More world stories re-
told. Sly; David Farragut, Long.
Replacements Calamity at
Harwood, Bellairs; Vein of Iron
Glasgow; Wickford point, Mar-
quand; Puzzle for wanton?,
Webb; Promise of youth, Terman;
Strategic mineral supplies,
Roush; Diesel engineering hand
book. 1950, Diesel Pub.; Effective
speech, Gough; The conqueror,
Atherton.
FORD DEALER-BROTHERS MEET IN NEW YORK. On his
arrival recently aboard the S.S. Santa Paula in New York
City en route to Europe on a vacation trip, A. B. Henriquez,
managing director and vice-president of Henriquez & Cia.,
C.A., Ford dealer In Caracas Venezuela, was met at the boat
by dealer-brother Fernando Henriquez, assistant manager of
Motores Colpan, 8.A., Ford dealer in Panama City, R. P., who
was In New York on a business-vacation trip.
The Henriquez brothers are natives of Colon, Panama,
and have been associated with the Ford Motor Company for
a number of years. On their respective trips the two men
are being accompanied by their wives. Left to right: Paulina
and Fernando Henriquez of Panama and Nena and Alex Ben-
jamin Henriquez of Caracas.
Belated Is Right
PORTLAND, Me. (UP)Seven-
teen days after Mrs. Harriet
Quay's pet cat had three kittens,
a fourth kitten was born. Mrj.
Quay has named the late-comer
Belated.
West Marshals Divisions
Close To Red Territory
FRANKFURT, April 12 (UP)
Atlantic Pact commander Gene-
ral Dwlght D. Eisenhower in his
current tour of his command will
find the Allied force in Germany
building up towards the 15 divi-
sion mark which it Is scheduled
to reach by summer.
He will also find defense mea-
sures tightened up and stream-
lined since his preliminary trip
last January.
But on the Issue of Germany's
contribution to Western defense
spread Americans along the East
German and Czechoslovak Ian
frontiers.
3) United States units moved
into the French zone to establish
bases astride the vital United
States supplv line from Bordeaux
France, to Germany:
4) A steady stream of rein-
forcements has been coming to
Germany from the United States,
Britain and France, but their
numbers and the Identification
of units is classified.
he will find the question just However the division will line
about as he left itvery much
up in the air.
Since Elsenhower's last visit
these steps have been taken to
put the Allied forces here In
fighting trim:
1) The famed United States
12th Air Force was reactivated
under Maj. Gen. Dean Strother.
All United States Air Force units
in Austria and Germany were
thus Incorporated into one body.
21 French troops were shift-
ed from their zone into the U. S.
zone to reinforce the thinly
up something like this: United
States 5, French 4, British 4. Bel-
gian 2. In addition Norway may
strengthen her brigade and Den-
mark her 1,000 man force.
5) Uhlted States troops In
Germany have been put on a
continuous night and training
schedule to bring them up to bat-
tle fitness.
The newest preparedness step
was when the British Rovnl H"-"
Guards Regiment and the 63rd
Tank Battalion of the 1st On,., u
States Infantry Division ex-
Cold War Defenses
Will Include
Arctic Greenland
COPENHAGEN, April 12 (UP)
The proposed Danish-Amer-
ican agreement on the defense of
Greenland within the framework
of the Atlantic Pact may emerge
as a model for similar agreements
with other countries.
Because of the importance at-
tached by United States negoti-
ators to agreements covering the
huge Danish Arctic dependency
discussions of the Orenland ar-
rangement have taken longer
than was expected.
Danish sources said the negoti-
ations might be cqmpared to
talks between landlord and
tenant before signing a lease.
Danish negotiators are said to
be Insisting on an arrangement
under which, once Denmark's
military strength is developed,
Danish forces will be able to take
over defense Installations Initial-
ly to be placed at the disposal of
the United States under the ar-
rangement.
Danes say the agreement will
not extend beyond 20 years In any
event since the Atlantic Pact
terminates in that time.
Cautious United States negol-
ators apparently hope to pattern
fture arrangements of a similar
nature on the bi-Iateral treaty
now being shaped with Den-
mark.
Canada has put a number of
Arctic bases and weather stations
at the disposal of the United
States. They may become the
subject of a bl-lateral treaty si-
milar to the Danish one.
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Fryers and roasters,
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Every mine you boy
oe on the tabU.
Atlantic Side Wants
Red Cross Drivers
Volunteer drivers of Red Cross
station wagons are urgently
needed on the Atlantic side.
Most of the driving is done in
the mornings.
It will be appreciated If those
desiring to volunteer call at the
Red Cross Chapter office, 1029
Roosevelt Avenue, New Cristobal,
or telephone Mrs. Marlon Taylor
at Cristobal 1871.
NeedwsARest
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Just a little tired ... I think I'll
settle down and take it easy ..."
said Arthur Hamilton, engineer.
At 70, he Is retiring from the Un-
ion Pacific Railroad, for which
he piloted engines for 48 years.
changed training areas give each
unit experience in new terrain.
For tactical reasons new Unit-
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been set up farther west than the
old training center at Grafen-
woehr, only 15 miles from the
Czech border and a few minutes
from Russian Jet plane bases.
The Russians' training grounds
In Thurlngla in eastern Germa-
ny are 50 miles farther west than
Grafenwoehr. It was feared that
In the event of a blitz the Rus-
sians could trap United States
troops in that exposed area.
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HK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILl NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1*51
Chicks, Chicks For Free
Bring Out The Riot Squad
NEW ORLEANS, April 17 (UP)
A hatcheries' offer to give
away 10,000 free chicks caused a
near-riot In uptown New Or-
leans today when a pushing
rlghtlnK mob or 1,000 showed up.
The milling crowd blocked
South Claiborne Avenue, jam-
med the tiny doorway and of-
fice of the hatchery, and push-
ed and fought to get Inside.
Several persons were knocked
down and three falnhed. They
were carried off by friends.
Then three police squads and.
the emergency crash truck ar-
rived.
The police fought their way
through the crowd to the build-
ing, barricaded It and then rop-
ed off the surrounding area.
They stopped the giveaway.
Hatchery manager Jimmy Trl-
cou complained about construc-
tion work on an underpass the
cltv Is building where the hat-
chery Is located. He said:
"We offered to give away the
chicks to get people to know
Col. R. H. Douglas
Assumes Command
Of Fort Kobbe
Colonel Robert H. Douglas,
former Evecutlve Officer, G-3,
USARCARIB, assumed command
of Fort Kobbe on this week.
Col. Douglas, who is originally
from Swarthmore, Pa., Is a
graduate of West Point, where
he earned letters in Lacrosse
and Ice Hockey.
Since entering the service In
1933 Col. Douglas has served In
Hawaii, Europe, and ten posts
In the United States. In addition
he has attended The Infantry
School, the Command and Gen-
eral Staff College, and the Arm-
ed Forces Staff Collese.
The Colonel fought with the
98th Infantry Division through
the Rhineland, Ardenns-Alsace,'
and Central Europe.
He was awarded the CIB, Sil-
ver Star, Bronze Star with two
clusters. Distinguished Unit Ci-
tation, French Crois de Guerre,
Belgian Crois de Guerre. Beleian
Order of Leopold, and Belgian
Fouraglerre.
Col. Douglas succeeds Col.
James E. Brown. Jr.. as Com-
manding Officer. Col. Bowen has
assumed command of Atlantic
Sector.
this
We
how to find, us under all
underpass construe t i o n.
didn't bargain for this!"
Tricon said he managed to
give awav 6.000 chicks. The rest,
he said will have to be sold or
[.killed. "The police won't let us
give 'em away," he said.
Zone Boys' Stale
Members Will Hold
Public Offices
The Canal Zone Boys' State
will be built around "Learning
by Doing," it was announced by
John' R. Barr, Director. Boys at-
tending will hold city, county
and state elections.
Some members will be elected
to the State Legislature where
they will enact various bills a-
long the Unes followed by many
of the states In the United
States.
The Canal Zone Boys' State
will be a combined effort of The
American Legion, Department of
Panama Canal Zone, and Its
Americanism, Boys' State and
Child Welfare Committees, Barr
polrited out.
Tentative dates for the Boys'
State are June 8 through June
14. The location will be an-
nounced later.
It Is planned to Invite leading
citizens of the Canal Zone to
address the members of the
State along the lines of their
part in the government of the
various states.
Dance Will Mark
Pan American Day
At Cristobal 'Y!
Pan American Day will be ce-
lebrated at the Cristobal Armed
Services YMCA Saturday, with
a "Brli-dos Aml"os" Dance.
Festivities will beein at 8:00
p.m. when the 60th Army Band
Dlav. Its siirnature piece lo sis-
nal the start of the dance.
A ala nroeram or entertain-
ment and music will follow.
This is anolher Red Feather
activity for servicemen, provid-
ed in port by contributions from
the residents of the Canal Zone.
A stafr of men, to conduct
the Boys' State are being re-
cruited, the director announced.
The Boys State Program has
been sponsored bv many of the
continental Departments of the
American Legion for many
yaers. Annually, delegates to
Boys' Nation, which Is held in
Washington, D. C. are elected
rrom each Boys' State.
White Rose Club
To Hold Anniversary
Ball Saturday Night
The White Rose Dancing an1
Sporting Club has completed all
arrangements for the Anniversa-
ry Ball which will take place st
the Paraso Clubhouse on April
14. 1951.
It Is hoped that all square
dancers and members of all clubs
will attend.
SI. Luke's Cathedral
Plans Country Fair
Traditional Country Fair style
entertainment will offer at the
Spring Festival at Morgan's Gar-
dens, Galllard Highway, April 23
from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The festival Is sponsored by
the Cathedral of St. Luke, An-
cn. Col. V. F. Shaw heads the
committee.
Tours of the Garden will be
conducted by Mrs. Charles Mor-
gan.
Mrs. H. R. Carson and the
Morning Guild will be In charge
of a plant sale; the Gamboa
Guild, under the direction or Mrs.
A. Euper, will act as proprietor or
the Country Store. The Evening
Guild, Mrs. Elizabeth W. McNe-
vin, president, will run "Feed the
Goose." an attraction especially
designed ror children.
Mrs. R. M. Howe, president and
the Women's Auxiliary will have
the responsibility ror the cak>
sale. Mrs. George Matthew, Mrs.
J. B. Field, of the Altar Guild
and Mrs. Walter Alvis of the
Prayer Group will conduct a re-
ligious bodkshop.
Sale or "cokes," ice cream and
popcorn will be handled by the
Young People's Fellowship, as-
sisted by the Acolytes' Guild, Miss
Barbara Shaw in charge.
The Acolytes' Guild and YPF
will also sponsor a wading pool
for small children and act as 11/
guards.
The Tower Club, Mr. and Mrs'.
W. c. Fritz, chairmen, will 3erve
food at the barbecue pit.
W. C. Fritz and the "Star In
Circle" Club, newly organized
community square dance grou),
will be In charge or country dane -
ing, part or the evening's enter-
tainment.
At dusk, the choir or the Ca-
thedral, under the direction or E.
C. Keeney, will lead community
singing.
Other attractions will be a ham
radio station, a tree demonstra-
tion by R. M. Howe; a White Ele-
phant Auction, Jas. Hunter, auc-
tioneer, assisted by the Morning
Guild; motion picture shows ror
children and adults, F. DeV. Sill
and MaJ. W. Peterson In charge.
Miss Eunice Monroe will read
the cards in a Fortune Teller's
booth and Mrs. Jas. Hunter w)'l
have charge of the sale of bal-
loons.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA). Exclu-
sively Yours: ir Francis, Rhu-
barb and Lassie go out on strike,
I won't blame them a bit.
Hollywood stars are now play-
ing animals on the screen.
Dick Powell's a dog and Joy-
ce Holden Is a horse in UI's "One
Never Knows." They come back
from animal heaven (known as
"Beastatory") In human form to
track down the scoundrel who
poisoned Dick when he was a
dog.
if Dick screams at his director,
we'll lust call it "dlstempera-
ment.''
As for Joyce's equine role, I
guess she's just a girl who can't
say "Neigh."
A secret deal is coming to
boil st II for Lorraine Cu-
ftt, ex-wife of Xavier, to
)in the studio's talent rost-
er. The way Lorraine photo-
graphed In ft UI musical
short started It all.
The "My Dearest" letter ex-
change between Dan Dalley,
back at Mennlnger clinic In To-
peka, Kan., and Virginia Grey,
in Hollywood, Is the talk of the
we-love-a-romance set.
The grapevine is tying Itself
Into knots with the whisper that
Janls Paige will wed her new
manager after her divorce from
Frank Martlnelll.
Ava Gardner, who balked
at going abroad for "Pando-
ra and the Flying Dutch-
man," is now telling pals
that it's her best film role to
dste. By the wsy, bull-
fighter-poet Mario Cftbre
proposes to Ava in one of
the scenes in the picture.
And not In verse, either.
Spike Jone's kid audience has
tripled since his video debut and
there's already talk or market-
ing plaid Spike suits ror kids.
Dence Students
To Hold Review
The students of Madge Locke
will perrorm at the Cristobal
Y. M. C. A., on Aoril 27. with ft
dance review entitled "Merrily
Merrily."
The Review Is divided into
three acts . "The Zuider Zee."
"Deei In The ^orest." and the
"Society Circus."
Students from Madee Locke's
schools In Cristobal, Gatun, Cu-
rundu and Balboa will take part
In this show. It will be repeat-
ed, tor the enloyment or the Pa-
ciric side residents, at the Bal-
boa Y. M. C. A., at a time to be
announced later.
TROPICAL
TODAY!
1:00. 2:50, 4:53, 6:55, 9:00 p.m
MO-* pnl, i*M*&
LANA
TURNER
RAY
MILLAND
'A LIFE OF
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TOM EWELL
LOUIS CALHERN
ANN DVORAK
BARRY SULLIVAN
MARGARET PHILLIPS
JEAN HAOEN
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Other committees appointed
by Col. Shaw include Tickets and
Finance, Maj. W. Peterson chair-
man; Grounds Committee, David
A. Yerkes; Publicity, Mrs. H. L.
Bach; and Art Committee, J. C.
Buechele, chairman.
Free taxi service will be provid-
ed rrom the entrance gate on
Galllard Highway to the restlval
grounds.
Proceeds from the festival will
be apportioned to the following
Cathedral organizations: Prayer
Group, Women's Auxiliary, Infor-
mation Desk and Library. Young
People's Fellowship. Evening and
Morning Guilds. Choir Gamboa
Guild. Tower Club and Acolytes'
Guild; and to All Souls' Chapel
. and Columbarium.
An Iron curtain has been
drawn over the political Impli-
cation in Hal Wallls' "Peking
Express," but Joseph Cotten, I
hear, quotes President Truman
in one of the antl-Communlst
speeches In the script.
MOM is looking blank about
the rumors that Mickey Rooney
will be reaslgned to a long-term
contract by the studio.
The Vera-Ellen-Rock. Hud-
son marriage can't be too far
off. They're no longer deny-
ing- altar plans.
The Stanley Kramer Ann
Pearce baby, in a hospital Incu-
bator for two months, is now at
home and making an impression
on the nursery scales.
And still the Interplanetary
stories come. Now Jack Pollexfen
and Marty Wisberg, who produc-
ed "The Man Prom Planet X,"
will co-star Robert Clarke and
Margaret Field again In "3000 A.
D."
Disheartening note to those
who go by the numerology charts:
An actor named Roy Brent Is
playing a bit role, and doing a
bit or bitter reflection, In "Ha-
vana Rose" at Republic. Every
day he watches Bill Williams and
Estelita Rodriguez enact the ro-
mantic leads.
Several years ago, when Roy
was beginning his acting career,
a numerologlst advised him to
change his name as It didn't In-
dicate a promising Him ruture.
He followed the advice and
changed his name to Roy Brent.
His real name is BUI Williams.
Every ran magazine reports a
zoom-up ror Barbara Stanwyck
on popularity polls since her di-
vorce action against Robert Tay-
lor and the quotes given out by
Italian actress Lia de Leo.
Elizabeth Taylor Is telling
pals that she's suffering;
from ulcers osused by nerv-
ous tension and Is under stric
medical care.
What's honey for some B-mov-
le actors is poison for William
Lundlgan.
Old movies on TV, that Is.
BUI made dozens of fast ones
on quick row before he was sign-
ed by Fox and the flickers are
popping out on parlor screens
all over the country.
"Every night somebody calls
me and tells me I'm on TV," Bill
shuddered on the set of "Friend-
ly Island." "And I always get
the same question: 'How old
were you when you made this
one?" Nobody believes I'm fairly
young any more."
Hollywoodites returning from
Mexico report that Jane Wyman's
face appears everywhereeven
in honky-tonk bars. It's on a
calendar issued by a Mexican air-
line firm.
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OPENING SATURDAY!
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Tonight 7:45 p.m
Family Fun Night
At Balboa Church
Set For Tomorrow
"Family Pun Night" at tfie Bal-
boa Union Church tomorrow from
five to 8:30 p.m., will Include a
clown show, fish pond, dar;
games, an apron sale and bar-
gains from the "white elephant"
table.
Showing of the movie, "Tho
Miracle On 34th Street," will be
an added feature.
The church suggests that mem-
bers and friends bring all the fa-
mily for a supper of hamburgers,
pie, Ice cream, cake, coffee and
cool drinks.
The public has been cordially
Invited to participate. %
String Orchestra
Set For La Boca
Theater Concert
The Cosmopolitan String'Or-
chestra last night wound up
rehearsals in preparation f* the
secpnd concert to be heldttt the
La Boca Theater this Sunflft-.
Let night's practice session
was highly Impressive arid one
was struck with the dexterity
and seriousness of this group of
youthful musicians. There's no
doubt that those who attend
Sunday's concert will be treated
to something unique in cultural
approach in the community.
Admission for adults is 50 cents
and 25 cents for children. Tickets
can be had at the theater win-
dow, the director, Rex Williams,
will mount the platform at ex-
actly 3 p.m. sharp.
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In New York
US Military
Intelligence
Guides Policy
By PETSR XDSON
Double Entry
BEAU BROADWAY JR.
The Playboys: The N. Y. Critics' Circle held Its annual
Coronation. Flrst-Knighters crowned "Darkness at Noon
as the season's Best Play. "Guys and Dolls as the No. 1
musical, and "The Lady's Not for Burning" "**'-
.* lovln' alien. The latter, by Christopher Fry (of Britain).
was a landslide winner. ..Pulitser Prise playwright S.
BJngSley's "Darkness" edged "Billy *^*Uf
mental favorite) by only a pair of ballots. The voting for
straight plays was distributed among 5 shows -Oddly not
one of them received unanimous testimonials after their
premieres. One play that got a fall quota of approving
notices, "The Moon is Blue," failed to win a vote. ..Are the
opinions of alslemen always aocurate box-office baro-
meters? Not one non-musical (included in the I ircle i
balloting) Is a sellout. The Import, "Lady's Not for Burn-
ing had a moderate run and resigned due to so-so bis.
It is now on tour.. Runnerup "Billy Budd" Is struggling
to survive. The champion, "Darkness at Noon," is playing
to 171 capacity.
Kon-Tlkl"
WASHINGTON, (NBA). I
the Russians decided to throw
their navy and air force into
the Korean war against the
United Nations, would there be
ample U. 3. Intelligence reports
and advance warning? .
If the Russian army decided
to move against Iran, would
leaders of the anti-Communist
countries know what to expect?
If the Balkan satellite coun-
tries were ordered to attack
Yugoslavia, would Marshal Tito
be given proper support in time?
Or if the Russians themselves
advanced any place in Western
Europe, would the correct esti-
mates have been made on the
Soviet potential for waging an
all-out war?.
These are Just a few of the
key questions with which the U.
S government's Central Intel-
ligence Age.\:y is dally con-
cerned. They are the same sort
of questions which faced the U.
IS. before Pearl Harbor and be-
. | fore the North Koreans made
their sneak attack across the
The Clnemagicians: A true *"*" n{ne* __,
cords a remarkable journey across the Pacific on rV.JjL*a 38th parallel last June,
thrilling voyage. Besides, the salt air Is good for you... Finger i~
prims Don't Lie" deals with an Innocent man accused of murdei
-but the plot convicts the script.. ."I Can Oet It for You Whole-
sale" has firecracker language. 8. Hayward and D. Dalley keep It
popping..."Bedtime for Bonzo" Is about a psychology prof who
raises i chimp In his home. Period...A Britisher called 'Tales of
Hoffman" offers the Offenbach opera beautifully drenched In
color. The gyrations of lovely Galerina Moira Shearer are music
In motion..."Rough Riders of Durango" is noisy with gun-fire.
The riddled corpse is the story..."Oh. Sussanna
Is oh, foof.
Show-Shop Talk: There were about a dosen British
offerings this season; not one is running now.....The April
show" schedule is bottom-heavy. One premiere Is due the
first fortnight and nine in the last...The Ringllng Bros.
BB Circus attracts a larger audience in one month than
most Broadway attractions do in a year. The circus hasn't
a star. ..Man-Pats-Dog item: Film producer S. Goldwyn
wrote a Sabbath Times article in which he agreed with
that gazette's cinema critic... Crrrrrritlc G. J. Nathan d:
The Critics' Circle contains among its close to thirty
membersfive or six drama critics".. .Rodger A Ham-
merstein are the uncontested rulers of Broadway's musical
division. Their newest smash. "The King and I." could be
the tillo of their duobiogrsphy, but who would be King?
Isn't that so. Kings?... The new Hecht and MacArthur
Slay, "The Big Lie." will have 35 players. It's a comedy that
lughs at Communism.. The big gossip in teevy and opera
circles is the way a thrush lets her husband's money go
to her head.
There was great debate af-
ter both these wars were
started as to whether the U.
S. intelligence services gave
adequate warning. Army and
Navy intelligence services both
maintained that they had
furnished adequate informa-
tion to anticipate the attacks.
The fault was said to He in
failure to estimate and eva-
luate the information from
the intelligence services cor-
rectly.
It was to remedy this defect
that the U. S. CIA was created
by Congress three years ago.
That the defect was not en-
tirely corrected is evident from
what happened in Korea. But
the argument still rages in
Washington over whether the
'Korean attack caught the Uni-
ted States off guard because of
an Intelligence failure or a com-
mand failure.
qke WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW PIAHSON_________
Memos for a Senator's Scrapbook: "You cannot stop gam-
Ming." said U. S. Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy. You can ^
only try to stop gamblers from corrupting public officials ...
Ancon- "8ociety prepares the crimethe criminal commits It ...
C. Mlchelson's auote: "An honest politician is one who won't stea
anything, except an election'".. .Will Rogers: "You cant fool aU
the people all the time, but the average politician Is content with
a majority." ^
Stairway to the Stars: James Durante is breaking
everything, including attendance records, at bis Copaca-
bana stampede. Someone oughts tell the Bond sign peo-
fle (on B'way) that their news is six weeks tardy. It has
rankle Laine at the Copa and a talentless "star" no
longer t the Pierre... Billy tckstine is flattered. There
are 17 comedians doing mimicry of his specialty Bob
Merrill has 3 top soug hits in 1851: "Sparrow in the Tree-
top," "Let Me In." and "The Chicken Song." Terry Sband
partner's the latter...The author of "The Country Girl"
wrote bis hit in lt> days, but Philip Barry labored over
"Second Threshold" 11 years.....Carol Channing is being
called the Plnsa of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Been out
of that hit more than 100 times since the opening.
Toothaches, allergies and other lib..-The try-out tewn
critics report Shirley Booth, in her first musical, "A Tree
Grows In Brooklyn," b a comedy sensation. A composite,
we hear, of Dose and Fannie Brice.
Sales
By BOB
Talk
RUARK '
Show-off Dep't: From R. B. Gehman's piece In Park East
mag: "Even the most ardent lchthyophaglsts." He means fish-
eaters.. From a N. Y. Times music report: "Which limit her
ability to consequently color her tones appositely." Meaning suit-
ably From a music notice In the Herald Tribune: "When pro-
longed, work as a soporific on me." He means It makes him
sleepy. ___________________________
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THE MAIL BOX
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REPRINTED BY REQUEST
Gettysburgh Address
(June 15 Version)
One score and 16 years ago. our
fathers brought forth upon this
nation a new tax. conceived in
desperation and dedicated to the
proposition that all men are ialr
game
Now we are engaged in a great
mass of calculations, tesclnp;
whether that taxpayer, or any
taxpayer, so confused and so im-
poverished can long, endure. We
are met on form 1040. We .have
come to dedicate a large portio i
of -our Income to a final resting
place with those men who hers
spend their Uves that they may
spend our money.
It Is altogether anguish -in-1
torture that we should do this
But In the legal sense we cannot
evadewe cannot cheat- wa
cannot understand this tax The
collectors clever and sly. who
computed here have gone far
beyond our power to add or sub-
tract .
Our creditors will little note
vanished dollars we take In-
creased devotion to the few re-
maining: that we highly reso'.vs
that next year will not find us
In a higher income tax bracket.
That this taxpayer: underpaid,
shall figure out more deductions,
and that taxation of the people
by the Congress, for the govern -
ment. shall not cause our sol ven
cy to perish.
Author I nknown
This argument will probably
always rage over every new mll-
jltary crisis that arises. For no
how good the Intel-
ligence services may be, there
will always be an element of
tactical surprise in war. If tac-
tical surprise could be com-
pletely eliminated, war Itself
might be made Impossible.
When Lieut-Gen. Walter B.
Smith was made director of
Central Intelligence last Oct.,
one of his principal moves to
strengthen the organization
was to improve its system for
making estimates of intel-
ligence reports. He created an
Office of Estimates. Its head
Is now Dr. William Longer,
Harvard and Columbia Univ-
ersity professor and wartime
chief of research and analysis
in Office of Strategic Service.
Dr. Laager's staff Is small. Its
function Is, briefly, to receive
Intelligence reporis from Army,
Navy, Air Force, State Depart-
ment, FBI, Atomic Energy Com-
mission and other government
agncles. as well as CIA's own
staff. These reports are pulled
together and evaluated. Then a
report Is prepared which will
give the President, the Depart-
ment of Defense and the State
Department the Information
they need to have In order to
make their policy decision for
diplomatic or military moves.
Sometimes, of course, the esti-
mators assigned to any "task
force" cannot agree on what
Interpretation to make of their
Intelligence. The problem then
passes to the Intelligence Ad-
visory Committee. This group Is
headed by General Smith. Its
other members are W. P/.k
Armstrong. Jr.. of State Depart-
ment's intelligence research,
and the heads of intelligence
for the three armed services:
Ma].-Gen. Alexander R. Boiling,
Army Q-2; Rear Admiral Felix
Johnson, chief of ONI Office
of Naval Intelligence; MaJ.-Gen.
Charles P. Cabell, A-2 lor the
Air Force.
NEW YORK. Civilization struggles on apace,
In a marvelous way to behold, and merchandis-
ing moves right along with It. The paid en-
dorsement, of soap and cigarette, of girdles and
razor blades, of face goo and cornphisters Is old
stuff, because there always have been enough
seedy countesses, actors and society leaders to
grab a quick five G's for lending a name to
somebody else's product. v,,(.t.
In the last few years, known to archeolog sts
as the post-TV era, or cultural Ice age, tne
trend has switched to straight merchandising,
with the celebrity taking a 5 percent Piece of
a product that bears his name. In some cases
this is construable as legitimate capital gains,
subject to the minor taxes. In all cases it per-
petuates public relations and brings In more
dough than a straight fee for saying that -
and-Sos gunk will cure the goUt and shrink
I iciils
It has become big business. A bright young
man named Martin Stone, out o something
called the Kagran Corp. has corralled a whole
herd of celebrities, ranging from TV s Howdy
Doody to Gene Autry. the dolorous waller of the
plains, and last year peddled about 10,000,000
W0Cd0y,rfeoralnsuce, endorsed such things as
musical chairs, blue leans, record albums, shoe
Sags bedspreads, rubber masks, paint sets ice
cream and umbrellas. Mr. Autry. the rustlers
scourge lend* his name and that of his trusty
hossTo suT things as barbecue sauce piggy
banks, scrap baskets and wall-paper Young
Mr Stone, who peddles the wares of Sonja
Henle the skater. John Robert Rowers the
model-man. and Jckle Robinson the ballplay-
er. Is estimated to have knocked off about $250,
000 for himself on the licensing of names
Of course, all business arefraught With risk,
and so I was not surprised to see
that the
Messrs. Roy Rogers and Hopalong Cassldy, two
heroes of the young, are being slightly sued in
Brooklyn. Rogers is named defendant In a
$125,000 negligence action, and Hoppy Is being
tagged for $175,000. Them hombres better Ilgnt
shy of Brooklyn.
It seems that a young man who was wearing
a gen-oo-lne Roy Rogers cowboy suit got set
afire while wearing the plainsman's product,
and was burnt severely. A smart lawyer is su-
ing a department store, the cowboy suit distri-
butor, Mr. Rogers, and, for all I know, Trigger,
In the other case, a Hopalong Cassldy Zoo-
merang gun, "claimed to be safe and harmless
at any range" allegedly placed a paper Projec-
tile in the eve of a lady, nearly blinding her.
It says- The two ersatz cowboys are being ac-
cused of negligence In lending their names to
such highly dangerous products.
Ah me, it is indeed an involved world we live
in, full of margin for error. It b getting so a
movie cowbov ain't safe away from the plains
of Hollywood, and the ways of making a living
are Indeed devious and plentiful.
Mr. Stone, the young man we mentioned be-
fore, has in the past been associated with the
Yale law school, the late Secretary of State Ed
Stettlntus. Decca Records and the Lion of Ju-
dah. His Majesty Halle Selassie. Come to thinK
of it. so have I been associated with His Majes-
ty. The guy that makes my pants also makes
Halle Selassie's the only distinction I have
vet encountered. Unless It is haying once ap-
peared on "Author Meets the Critics which,
it turns out. is also owned by Mr. Stone.
Commerce moves too fast for this poor brain,
but if I had something to license today I would
sure license It. Being certain, of course that It
can't catch fire and doesn't put out other peo-
ple's eyes. ._________________________
Drew Pearson says: Allied troops plan demonstration of
solidarity; GOP leaders dodge corrupt practices charge;
U.S. cruisers mar Latin-American friendship.
-WASHINGTON.At General Elsenhower'! headquarters In
Paris last month plans were being made to land the 4th Infantry
Division at Cherbourg or Havre in a sort of peacetime Normandy
beachhead operation and march It up the Champs Elysees ae
a symbol of American-Allied solidarity. At that time the divlslom
was scheduled to arlve about the first week In April.
The Benate debate delayed these plans, of course, but thi
may have been a blessing in disguise. For plans were also under
discussion to have the British land their 11th Armored Divisin
in France on the same day that the first American troops arrive
ed; and to have a French division prepared simultaneously- to.
neet them.
This show of solidarity is one of the most Important thingt
needed in Europe today. There has been too much arguing over
who would supply what, over how many troops this country would
famish against that country.
What Europe and the United States need most is confidence
confidence In each other and confidence In themselves.
The arrival of three divisionsFrench, British and American
in France for entralnment to Germany at exactly the same time,.,
would give a greater-feeling of confidence than any other sing
gesture. .
It Is a mistake for the United States to send too many, trdoos,
to Europe in a hurry, for the Europeans have the impression any-
way that we are pushing them Into war. It would also be a mlsV.
take for France and England not to match our 4th Division im-
mediately, because many Americans have the impression tha-
we are shouldering the whole arms burden.
Therefore, when the 4th Division hits Normandy 6ometimo
in >.te April or early May, It should be the occasion of a great
anu simultaneous show of mutual confidence-with new French
and British divisions Joining in a gigantic Allied parade up the)
Champs Elysees. - '
CAMPAIGN VIOLATIONS it
There Is a good reason why Republican leaders are suddenly
demanding that the Senate probe of the Maryland Senatorial
campaign be terminated forthwith. Reason Is that the sluggish
Justice Department Is beginning to prick up Its ears about pos-
sible violation of the Corrupt Practices Act.
This was an Act put on the-statute books In order to keep,
huge amounts of money from being dumped into Congressional,
and Presidential campaigns. The law was written for the excel-
lent reason that when a candidate or political party recejy-s.
Coo much dough from any one sourcewhether big corporation,
executive or labor unionthat Senator tends to be owned by ifo,.
financial backer. (
He votes In the Senate not for the people who voted for
him, but for those who contributed to him. ,,,..
In recent years both Democrats and Republicans have been .
thumbing their noses at this law. But with the recent cleanups,
of Democratic Senators Fulbright, Kefauver, et al, which have
hit the Democrats, there is increasing sentiment for enforcing
the Corrupt Practices Actwhich may also hit some Republicans.
In Maryland for instance, Charles Tuttle of Rustless Steel
gave $8,000 to the GOP-Butler campaign against Senator Tydlngs.
This was In violation of the law, because $5,000 is the top limit
of any single contribution. But after the $8.000 item was filed and
Butler's headquarters realized that this violated the law, they
hurriedly claimed that part of the $8,000 was "just a loan.
Then, on February 27, long after the November election, Jon
Jonkel, Chicago-loaned manager for Butler's campaign.' suddenly
discovered that he had forgot to file around $27,000 In contri-
butions. ,, '
It Is significant that Jonkel's memory was joggedfive
months after the electionsby the fact that a Democratic 'In-
vtstlgator for the Monroney Committee had discovered $27,300
worth of expenditures which the Republicans failed to report.4;
This was on February 17. On February 18 a meeting was held fn
the hotel apartment of Senator Brewster, chairman of the GOPV
Senate Campaign Committee, attended by Senator Butler, Mr
attorney, and an attorney for the Chicago Tribune's Washington
Times-Herald. The latter newspaper was master-mltdlng the
anti-Tydlngs campaign.
It was Just after this that Batter's campaign manager (also
supplied him by the Chicago Tribune group i suddenly remem-
bered $27,000 of contributions that had slipped his mind back in
November. Hurriedly he filed them. -i
That Is why Senators Wherry of Nebraska and Welker of
Idaho are vigorously demanding the end of the Maryland probe.
But they too seem to have bad memories. For during the 80trt
GOP-controlled Congress, the Senate held an election probe In
Maryland which lasted two years. That time, however, they were
Investigating Senator O'Conor, a Democrat. Now the Democrats
are Investigating a Republicanthough for only three months,
not two fears. cRmSERS mN ENEMIE8
Latin-American diplomats are too polite to talk about It PUb-
, but there has been a lot of private grousing over American I
stupidity in sending two American cruisers to Argentina Just at
a time when Dictator Pern was consistently and vigorously
kicking Uncle Sam on the shins. ,
While the State Department also sold two cruisers each to
two old friends. Chile and Brazil, unfortunately the two cruisers
,.,hir-h Anrpntina ant not only completely nullified the effect or
licly.
Six Month Soldiers
By Bruce Biossat
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Margarita
Editor. Mall Box
Nepotism. word which still
causes some Congressmen to
shudder after Drew Pearson's nu-
merous exposes, has no such
fearful meaning for The Panama
Canal Big Chiefs. They hire sans,
sons-in-law. brothers and sls'.crs
just as they see fit. A little nota
scribbled on a scratch pad serves
as an 'open sesame' lor worthy
but incompetent relatives. Rules
are waived, special rules may be
created, but a job must be loan i
for Junior or sister Sue.
Who can gauge the harm done
noY tongVemember'Vhat we'pay to the employe's morale when he
here but the Bureau of nterin. 1 is passed over for promotion ar-
Revnue can never forget what bitrarlly in favor of someone who
we report here: It Is for us laXr " inferior in training and exper-
payers rather to be devoted heie ience but happens to be a kana-
to the. tax return which the cov man of a Chief? Who can gauge
rnment has thus far so n'oblv the employe's loss of confidence
pent It is rather for us to be de- in an organization which permits
dlcated to the great task rema.r.- such things to happen?
in before us that from these * O- Morale
Intelligence reports go pri-
marily to the National Security
Council, which is the country's
top policy committee. In add-
ition to the President and Vice
President, It consists of Secret-
ary of State Acheson, Secretary
of Defense Marshall, Chairman
W. Stuart Symington of Nation-
al Security Resources Board and
General Smith.
The reports are constantly re-
vised and brought up to date.
And by this system, General
Smith believes that the govern-
ment Is now equipped to avoid
I he intelligence breakdowns of
Pearl Harbor and Korea.
General Smith himself was
never an Intelligence officer.
But as Chief of Stall for Gen-
eral Elsenhower In Europe and
as U. S. ambassador to Moscow,
ne recognized the value of the
best possible Intelligence.
In addition to being head of
Central Intelligence, which
handles research and analysis,
General Smtlh is also head of
Central Intelligence Agency.!
This Is the operating end of i
CIA. and about It little can be j
made public. Its size, budget.,
methods and functions are top I
secret.
in the draft bill approved by e t^uae Arm-
ed Services Committee a six month "a'ning
Perora is proposed under the Universal Military
SThiCsefDeraturremmatches the time^i setjtor
in the Senate measure already| Pffea- ana _
incides with the recomemndatlons of the ue
ieButDmeea" real question whether six
SUS iWniTds St rthoh^onTress
W0AUltewPPyeaVres back a writer In the Infantry
Journal which reflect, fairly well the most ad-
vanced military opinion .declared that today it
^ ff.ssrT-wraj^S'a
UMT have since urged that two years oe
prescribed period of duty.
Whv should this be necessary? t of
The answer is In the changed character oi
warfare. As Fletcher Pratt point out " .tn*
Mlantlc Monthly the Infantry l'}*'^
loose collection of men armed with rllies ana
"Thl'whoutrend of Infantry warfare, has been
ped with more and more weapons Ike the ba
lS.ahe^ff^^^-SS,t
nuns.
To make best use of these weapons, the in-
fantry has now been divided Into smaller and
more compact subordinate units which operate
with a good deal of Independence and seii-re-
liance. Because the Individual unit's fire-power
Is much greater than In the old rifle and ma-
chine gun days, soldiers often move out from
under their protective artillery cover. Their si-
tuation on the front may call for daring and
extreme resourcefulness.
The meaning of this trend Is plain. To under-
stand and operate the complex and varied wea-
rons of todav's warfare, a soldier needs a.con-
siderable technical grasp. Mechanical aptitudes
are far more important than even in World War
Moreover, a higher average level of Intelli-
gence is required, since not only the weapons
but the tactical maneuvers employed by 1951 in-
fantry call for sharp understanding and a pow-
er to make decisions. Particularly Is the r
greater demand for men with leadership qual-
ities, the break-up of the infantry into smaller
units compels more soldiers to lead than ever
before.
In a word, the Army of today is highly pro-
fessional or it is nothing. Any training which
makes of the soldier something less than a pro-
fessional Is neither fair to him noi safe for tne
nation. The day is gone when we can keep a
small standing Armv around which amateur ci-
tizen soldiers may rally In emergenc les. II.we
try to do that, we will almost certainly get only
amateur results if our Armv Is put to the test.
which Argentina got not only completely
the gestures to Brazil and Chile but made them sore as blazes
In fact, public opinion in both Brazil and Chile today Is
probably more critical of the U.S.A. than at any other time,
partly because of these cruisers. .,,?.,>.,
"If the United States rewards its critics, as it did Argentina,
say a lot of Brazilians, "then perhaps we should be critics too.
Apparently the State Department believes in kicking its frtenda
and helping Its enemies."
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
Answer to Previous Puzzle J
Dog Breed
3
WiaPJlHI iPIMlUUMl U i
HORIZONTAL 4 Yes (Sp.)
. r^ _. j j 5 Bargain event
1 Depicted dog. e Exc,amation
7 7 an Asiatic ot
breed of
13 Antenna
Is i i =M? 5 aft
UNHSi'HkJHlJlBUi-l -11 Is
TOWLE
Sterling
at fitiu-.
than i
(ASflFftlTLKH
SILVER CENTER
PANAMA
f
Faltering Philip!
Philip's Ufe b filled with braises.
Well-worn steps and rugs he uses.
Repairs would leave bis home like new..
P. A. Classifieds. Just the right clue!
7 Confine
8 Mimicker
9 Notary public
(ab.)
10 Sick
11 Require
12 Royal Italian
family name
17 Right (ab.)
20 Equal
21 Drunkard
23 Solid (comb.
"25 Sin
26 Fixed routine
27 Confes
29 Chain part
14 Fruits
15 Anger
16 Huge
18 Permit
19 Symbol for
cerium
20 Irritates
22 From
23 Symbol for
selenium
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[lanuyciMi"! t-i M.',
idrjUSSHdlilll! il-' 1 Hl
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26 Proportion
28 Anatomical
tissue
31 Above
32 Evergreen tree
33 Rocky
pinnacle
34 Fork prong
38 Pitcher
37 Writing fluids
38 Hawaiian bird 9
39 Compass point
40 Giant king of
Bashan
42 Fate
48 Exist
50 Winglike part
52 Frighten
53 Priority
(prefix)
54 Eye membrane
56 Trying
experience
58 Breed of dog
59 Clamors
VERTICAL
1 Secular
2 At this place
3 Measure of
30 Greek god of
war
34 Small
36 Pole
40 Rowing
implements
41 Merriment
43 Domestic Uve
44 Cicatrix
45 Symbol for
tantalum
46 Press
47 Roman
emperor
48 Hillside
(Scot.)
49 Lamprey
51 Pewter coin *s,
Thailand
S3 Footlike part
55 Pronoun ,
57 The god
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CINCO CENTESIMO
El discurso de Truman abre las
puertas para un arreglo pqcfico
MacArthur, dice,
no comparta
esta posibilidad
WASHINGTON, abril 12.
(UP). El Presidente Truman
dijo al mundo que el objeti-
vo de Estados Unidos en Corea
es "evitar la tercera guerra
mundial".
Hablando al pueblo norte-
americano por una cadena de
estacionas de radio y televisin
pocas horas despus de haber
destituido al General Douglas
MacArthur como Jefe Supremo
de las Fuerzas de las Nacio-
nes Unlda en el Extremo O-
riente, el Presidente acus a-
blertamente al comunismo de
Inspiracin rusa de estar detrs
del ataque a las naciones libres
y dijo que "la agresin contra
Corea es la ms audaz y la
ms peligrosa decisin que lo
comunistas han tomado hasta
ahora".
El Presidente, quien habl
frente a la andanada de cri-
ticas por su destitucin de Mac
Arthur, dijo que el ataque co-
. >* a la oaelna b cel s
Registra mejora
el clebre mdico
N. Laureano
RIO DB JANEIRO, abril 12.
(UP). -T Los mdicos que asis-
ten al doctor Napoleao Laurea-
no, quien padece de cncer y
est sometido a un trata-
miento de "Krebloten" la
nueva medicina que dleen pue-
de curar el encer declararon
que ha mostrado mejora fsica
general'.en las ltimas 48 ho-
ra,' per que no podan de-
terminar o predecir los efectos
del "KreMozen" en el cncer.
El Jueves pasado se le ad-
ministr la segunda inyeccin
y el paciente pareci empeo-
rar. Los mdicos dijeron que
Pasa a I P Col
LA LIBERTAD EN ARGENTINA ES
SOLO PARA EL PUEBLO ARGENTINO"
Aprob la Cmara
la expropiacin
de "La Prensa"
Dice un diputado que es
culpable de propaganda
anti-argentina
BUENOS AIRES, Arll 12. (U
P). La Cmara de Diputa-
dos -aprob la expropiacin de
"La Prea" por 08 votos con-
tra 12, despus de ocho horas
de debates.
El Senado decidi reunirse
hoy a las tres de la tarde, de-
bido al prolongado debate en
1 Cmara acerca de la expro-
piacin de "La Prensa".
Se espera que el Senado,
compuesto enteramente por
Peronistas, apruebe la expro-
piacin al reunirse esta tarde
las 3.00.
La Cmara acept la tesis
del Diputado Antonio J. Be-
ntez, Secretarlo de la Comi-
sin que investig e intervino
La Prensa, quien dijo que el
diarlo laboraba en favor de
extranjeros contra Argentina.
Benitez dijo que "La Pren-
sa", en sociedad con la Pren-
sa Unida, que desde 1919 vende
a ese diarlo su servicio de no-
ticias, era culpable de la pro-
paganda antl-argentlna en to-
do el mundo. El diputado Ra-
dical, Arturo L. Frondlzl le
manifest en contra de la ex-
propiacin.
Frondlzl ley un informe de.
2 contadores Peronistas, quie-
nes examinaron^ los libros de
"La Prensa" y los encontra-
ron bien y totalmente norma-
les. Frondlzl dijo que la que
es juzgada es la libertad de
prensa y no "La Prensa", y
que no se estaba considerando
(Paita a la Pa . Col. s.
Contra remocin
de MacArthur se
efecta desfile
NUEVA YORK, Abril 12. (U
P). Ms de dos mil estiba-
dores abandonaron su trabajo
a las once de la maana en
los muelles de Nueva York Ini-
ciando una bulliciosa manifes-
tacin hacia el parque que es-
t en los muelles para pro-
testar por la accin de Tru-
man al destituir al General
MacArthur.
Los estibadores que iniciaron
el paro en los muelles ope-
ran con las lineas de vapores
United SWtes, Grace y Cu-
nard, aunque no han afectado
el movimiento de barcos.
Entre Panam y Nueva York
una carta puede enviarse y
ser contestada en 24 horas
Una carta entre Panam y
Nueva York puede ser envia-
da y contestada en 24 horas
debido al nuevo sistema de
servicio nocturno que ya est
llegando a su mximo de efi-
ciencia.
Las cartas que se reciben en
el correo hasta las 10.30 de la
noche y las 12.00 m. en To-
cumen, parten en la distribu-
cin de los distintos aviones
qu pasan por este aeropuer-
to a la una de la maana.
Algunos comerciantes han
enviado cartas en esta mane-
ra, est en Nueva York a las
3 de la tarde, y tienen con-
testacin dentro de las 24 ho-
ras siguientes.
A pesar de las dificultades
con que se tropieza, toda la
correspondencia dirigida a do-
micilio, despus que la direc-
cin 'est bien dada, llega a
iu destino en la distribucin
que se hace a las cuatro de
Accin popular se
concede sobre el
alza de precios
El Ministerio de Agricultura
y Comercio inform a este pe-
ridico que hay accin popular
para Impedir que los precios su-
ban sobre los precios topes fijados
por 1 Junta de Control de Pre-
cios.
El Decreto 23 del 28 de sep-
tiembre de 1950, establece que
la accin se establecer ante
los gobernadores de provincias,
los cuales tomarn las medi-
das necesarias.
Este decreto, que crea la Jun-
ta de Control de Precios, Indi-
ca tambin que tales decisiones
de gobernadores podrn ser a-
peladas ante el Ministerio res-
pectivo.
CIRCULACIN PAGA0A
AYER MAS DE
22,100
la tarde del mismo dia.
El movimiento del mes de
marzo ha resultado sumamen-
te Intenso tanto en movimien-
to Interno como internacional.
Durante dicho mes fueron des-
pachadas 113,749 cartas ordi-
narias en el servicio nacional
y 130,948 en el Internacional
en la oficina central de co-
rreos. Las cartas areas su-
bieron a 103,172 nacionales y
126,784 al extranjero. Se ob-
(Pasa a la Pt 8 Col. 7)
Durante una hora
hablaron Ridgway
y MacArthur
TOKIO, abril 12. (UP).
El Oeneral Matthew B. Rld-
way, nuevo Supremo Coman-
dante de Estados Unidos y las
Naciones Unidas en el Lejano
Oriente, lleg por la va area
de Corea y conferenci por ms
de una hora con el Oeneral
MacArthur.
Rldway lleg a la residencia
de MacArthur en la Embajada
Norteamericana ayer en la tar-
de, vestido con ropa de com-

"No estoy electo
para asegurar la
de otros pases"
Violento discurso pronun
ci el Presidente Juan
Domingo Pern
BUENOS AIRES, abril 12.
(UP). El Presidente Pern
dijo en un discurso de claustr-
ra de la Convencin de la Con-
ferederacin Oeneral de Traba-
jadores que La Prensa era una
"de las cabezas de putnte de-
jadas aqu por el capitalismo.
Con esas Instituciones pasa lo
mismo que con las lombrices
solitarias: si uno deja la cabe-
za, vuelven a crecer".
Los republicanos
quieren que sea
citado MacArthur
WASHINGTON, Abril 12 (UP)
/"l-^-Los Republicanos de la C-
mara de Representantes acorda-
ron por unanimidad en una reu-
nin secreta, secundar la pro-
puesta de resolucin del Senado
y la Cmara para Invitar al Oe-
teral Douglas MacArthur
omparecer ante una sesin
njunta del Congreso.
La reaolucin, ya presentada
,nte ambas Cmaras, tiene que
ser aprobada por las dos para
ser valida.
Joseph Martin, lder Republi-
cano en la Cmara, dijo a los
periodistas que en la reunin
secreta no se haba tratado
cerca del juicio politico a Tru-
can. Declar que no espera que
haya dificultades en que se
apruebe la Invitacin oficial del
Congreso a MacArthur y augur
hue los Demcratas secundarn
la propuesta.
Inform tambin que en la
| reunin secreta se respald la
"En este pas no he de esta-' propuesta de resolucin, an no
(Pasa a la pgina 8 ohunnaO (Pasa a la fagina fe. Celumna V>
. ...- -i .. -............... * m
A los 6 aos de la muerte de Roosevelt
Hacen estudio de
la situacin del
fisco venezolano
NUEVA YORK, Abril 12.
(UP). La Divisin Fiscal del
Departamento de Asuntos Eco-
nmicos de las Naciones Uni-
das dio a la publicidad un es-
tudio sobre las finanzas pbli-
cas de Venezuela.
El estudio eg el primero de
una serle que se har sobre
cada pais miembro de la or-
ganizacin mundial.
Dice que el estudio de Ve-
nezuela fu seleccionado debi-
do a la relativa etapa de pro-
greso alcanzada por sus fi-
nanzas pblicas y el papel que
estas vienen desempeando en
el fomento econmico del pais.
El Gobierno cuenta con un
gran crdito Internacional, no
tiene deuda pblica extranjera
y su deuda interna es relati-
vamente pequea. El pais ha
ocumulado considerable canti-
dad de dinero en su tesoro y
reservas internacionales tanto
en oro como en divisas extran-
jeras.
Djlce el estudio que en el
campo fiscal Venezuela ha em-
prendido Importantes reformas,
reflejndose esto no slo en
los cambios estructurales de la
administracin fiscal, sino tam
bien una organizacin ma a-
decuada de los impuestos.
Segn el estudio, la mejora
en loa impuestos sobre Ingre-
sos en los aos recientes ha
trado como resultado una re-
duccin en loe Impuestos indi-
rectos y el fortalecimiento del
papel del Impuesto directo.
El gran aumento en el ren-
dimiento del Impuesto sobre
loa Ingresos en Venezuela en
tan breve periodo de tiempo
tPaa a te Pgina 8, Cal. 2)
Est trayendo el
Banco Agropecuario
arroz nicaragense
El Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial acaba de traer al pas
6,000 quintales de arroz de ex-
celente calidad, de Nicaragua,
que vender a B. 9.90 a los mi-
noristas para que se detalle a
B. 0.11 por libra al consumi-
dor.
El arroz se ha distribuido a
todas la agencias de todas las
provincias, a las cuales se les
ha impartido instrucciones pre-
cisas para que logren una dis-
tribucin entre el comercio, que
resulte Justa y equitativa, con
el fin de evitar especulaciones.
El arroz de Nicaragua se en-
cuentra dentro de la reglamen-
tacin de la Oficina de Control
de Precios, en cuanto al precio
fijado, se afirma. El Banco A-
gropecuario vende el arroz na-
cional de buena calidad a B.
0.12, dentro de lo establecido
por el Control de Precios, fui-
mos Informados, pues el precio
tope de 0.10 se refiere al arroz
corriente de inferior calidad.
Hoy se conmemora el. sexto aniversario de la muerte de
Franklin D. Roosevelt, el gran Presidente de los Estados Uni-
dos de Amrica. En esta ocasin el mundo libre rinde tri-
buto al recnerdo del preclaro estadista, cayo pensamiento lu-
minoso orient a la humanidad contempornea. "El Pana-
m-Amrica" publica la fotografa del ilustre fallecido en
testimonio de admiracin y de respeto a su memoria.
"El Presupuesto
se debe ajustar
a la realidad"
El Presidente de la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente al Ini-
ciarse hoy 1 sesin en la cual
se contina discutiendo el pre-
supuesto, hteo un llamado a
los honorables diputados para
que depongan todo regiona-
lismo y. permitan dar al pais
un presupuesto que est de
acuerdo con la realidad.
L declaracin rotunda de
que el actual presupuesto y las
cifras que hasta ahora se han
ido apuntando no son defini-
tivas, continu a la manifes-
tacin anterior. Advirti a los
honorables diputados que las
actuales no son ms que dis-
cusiones preliminares y que
luego tendr qua venir al rea-
Juste que contemple la verda-
dera finalidad del presupuesto
Nacional.
Indicando que los diputados
hablan iniciado una carrera
con el objeto de inflar el pre-
supuesto de rentas y gastos de
1951, ellos no deban sorpren-
derse si algunas cifras por
ellas solicitadas no aparecan
en el presupuesto final, porque
necesariamente tendran que
ser reajustadas.
Programa radial
de mesa redonda
panamericana
Mesa Redonda Panamericana
de las Mujeres de Panam, or-
ganizacin femenina fundada
recientemente con el propsi-
to de afianzar los lazos de la
confraternidad entre los pue-
blos del Continente, ha prepa-
rado un selecto programa ra-
dial para celebrar el "Di de
las Americas", el cual ser tras-
mitido el sbado en la noche
de 8 45, por la emisora Ra-
dio Panamericana, cedida ga-
lantemente por los directores de
la empresa par tal efecto. Me-
4*.Redonda dirigir por si mis-
ma su programa, pues la se-
orita Carmen A. Miro, secreta-
rla de la organizacin, har las
presentaciones del caso. He aqui
dicho programa:
Programa de U Mesa Redonda
Panamericana de las Mujeres
de Panam para celebrarse "El
Dia de las Americas"
IHimno Panamericano, can-
tado por la seorita Nidia Be-
necerraf.
IIDia de las Americas, pa-
labras por 1 Presidenta de la
Organizacin.
IIISolo de piano (melodas
norteamericanas), por el profe-
sas la Pgina i. Columna >
Fue inaugurado hoy
Almacn "Cyrnos"
para regalos
Hoy tuvo lugar la apertura
del almacn para regalos Cyr-
nos, en la Avenida Tlvoll le.
Con la apertura que tuvo lu-
gar a las nueve de la maana,
se present al pblico un esta-
blecimiento completamente mo-
derno con una lnea bien sur-
tida en regalos y novedades.
El nuevo establecimiento, pro-
piedad de la firma Canavagglo,
luce una decoracin especial,
obra del Ing. Octavio Mndez
Guardia. ,
Histrico experimento Atmico
efectan para extirpar tumor
La Fuerza y Luz Una explosin en miniatura
cooperar con la Se descarg contra la masa
feria de Coln enceflica de una enferma
COLON, Abril 12. La com-
paa Panamea de Fuerza y
Luz, segn noa fu Informado
esta maana, prestar la Fe-
ria de Coln, toda la luz que
necesite gratuitamente, en su
deseo por cooperar de manera
satisfactoria con esta activi-
dad colonense
En los terrenos de la Feria
donde se viene laborando ac-
tivamente se aperson el tc-
nico de la Compaa junto con
el Gobernador de la Provin-
cia, 8r. Carlos Vicente Alva-
rado A. con el objeto de es-
tudiar el terreno y preparar
de manera efectiva las conec-
ciones elctricas necesarias que
deben utilizarse.
Se concepta, por el Inters
que se advierte entre los je-
fes de la Compai menciona-
da, que antes de terminar la
semana quedar todo resuelto
en relacin con la luz que de-
be llegar a los terrenos de la
Feria.
Despus del experimento la mujer, que no poda,
hablar coherentemente, logr hacerlo
NUEVA YRK, abril 12. (UP).
Una seor cuyo nombre no
se desea dar a conocer, per-
miti que se bombardeara su
masa enceflica con neutrones,
en una explosin atmica en
miniatura, par tratar de cu-
rarla de un tumor cerebral que
no se le puede operar.
John Lear, co-Dlrector del se-
manario 'Collier's" publica en
el ltimo nmero de esta re-
vista cmo en la noche del 15
de febrero la enferma fue en-
cerrada en un cuarto del La-
boratorio Nacional Brookhaven
en Long Island, Nueva York, el
cual te el piso y las pare-
des recubiertas de plomo.
Primeramente se le Inyect
boro directamente en el tumor,
y a continuacin, mientras es-
taba boca abajo en una ca-
milla, se le comenz a bombar-
dear con neutrones en forma
similar a la que se efecta pa-
ra lograr una explosin at-
mica. El objeto era hacer que
los neutrones desintegraran el
boro y destruyeran el tumor,
pero exista el peligro que esta
explosin pudiera daar las c-
lulas sanas del cerebro.
Sin antecedentes de ninguna
clase en un experimento como
ste, la seora demostr un
valor extraordinario al some-
terse a la prueba. Los mdicos
situaron a su lado un micr-
fono para que la pacienta pu-
diera pedir que se suspendiera
la prueba en cualquier momen-
to. Mientras tanto, la observa-
ban mediante un espejo coloca-
do en ngulo sobre la enferma.
Lear explica que la enferma
no se movi durante los 30 mi-
nutos que tom el experimen-
to y que al terminar la pre-
(Pasa a I Pagina s col. i>
Rinden homenaje
los cancilleres a
F. D. Roosevelt
HYDE PARK, abril 12. (UP).
L delegacin de la Reunin
de Cancilleres que rindi ho-
menaje a la memoria del ex-
Presidente de Estados Unidos,
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, de-
posit una corona de florea en
la tumba situada en el Jardn
de su antigua residencia.
Integraban la delegacin los
Ministros de Relaciones Exte-
riores Pedro ZUvetl Arce, de Bo-
lllva; Neftali Ponce, del Ecua-
dor; Roberto Canessa, de El
Salvador; y los embajadores
Joao Carlos Muiez del Brasil
y Lula Machado de Cuba.
Hicieron el viaje de Ida y
regreso a Nueva York en una
caravana de autos precedida
por la polica a motocicleta que
abra paso por el trfico.
En Hyde Park fueron recibi-
dos por la viuda de Roosevelt,
con quien almorzaron ms tar-
de en la casita nue tiene la
viuda del ex-Presidente a poca
Establcese relacin entre
el robo en el Expreso Areo
y la muerte de M. Gonzlez
El costarricense Marcos Alvarado y la mujer d
Ballis confiesan su participacin en los sucesos
Trabajando laboriosa e inten-
samente en unap lsta descu-
bierta en las ltimas 48 horas
el Sub-Inspector de la polica
Secreta Nacional, don Rosendo
Ochoa, en compaa del Inspec-
tor Jan, de la Seccin de Ho-
micidios, lograron esta madru-
gada, dirigidos por el Inspector
Oeneral don Rolando Linares
Jr., comprometedoras y concre-
tas evidencias contra Manuel
Ballis, contra su mujer Alicia
Bacarls de Ballis y contra el |
costarricense Marcos Antonio
Alvarado. La Polica Secreta a-1
cum, asi mismo, pruebas dlrec-1
tas que relacionan la muerte de
Manuel Armando Gonzlez con,
el robo del Expreso Areo, to-
mando las Investigaciones un
ritmo acelerado, cuando Marcos
Antonio Alvarado y la Bacarls
de Ballis, despus que fueron so-
metidos durante toda 1 noche
y la madrugada a un severo in-
terrogatorio, admitieron su par-
ticipacin en los sucesos.
La Pista
Pa Polica Secreta habla man-
tenido estricta vigilancia sobre
Marcos Antonio Alvarado, uno
de los Integrantes de la pandi-
lla, llegndose a comprobar que
estaba manejando dinero y que
haba comprado un automvil
Hudson. Sus actividades fueron
seguidas de cerca, y ayer en la
tarde se orden su captura. In-
terrogado por la Secreta, Marcos i
Antonio Alvarado confes qua
su compatriota Manuel Arman- |
do Gonzlez, le habla Informado
que estaba arreglando un neg-
ci oscuro con Ballis. Gonzlez.
le Inform que del producto delj
robo en el Expreso Areo solo
haba recibido una parte, pues
Ballis lo haba engaado asegu-
rndole que slo haba logrado
sacar B.1.800.00 Gonzlez-sigue
diciendo Alvarado-le entreg un
papel con las grficas de la con-
blnactn de la caja fuerte del
apreso Aeran, pidindole qvc
lo guardara en caso de que Ba-
llis lo traicionara, pues pensa-
ba Ir a Arraljn a reclamarle
el resto del dinero.
Con esta declaracin los In-
vestigadores detuvieron anoche
mismo a Alicia Bacaris de Ba-
llis, llevndola a un careo es-
pectacular, en el curso del cual
finalmente la Bacarls acept
haberle entregado a Gonzalez
un papel con la combinacin de
la Caja Fuerte, pero dijo que lo
haba hecho por razn de las
repetidas amenazas de muerte
de parte de Gonzlez-qulen dice
lla-tenia dos revlveres y doa
puales.
Esta confesin de la Bacarls
de Ballis fu obtenida despus
de continuos esfuerzos de los
Inspectores Linares, Ochoa,
Newson, Oaona y Jan, que por
turnos mantuvieron el Interro-
gatorios por ms de cuatro ho-
ras. Despus de haber confesa-
do tanto Alvarado como la mu-
jer de Ballis, sus testimonios
fueron repetidos al Fiscal 8e-
tra*a a la Pa : na k. Coi I)
Previsin Social
dispondr de unos
B/. 4,300,000.00
Extraoflclalmente un redactor
de este peridico pudo enterarse
de que sin Incluir todo el pre-
supuesto de Ingeniera Sanita-
ria, que se estaba discutiendo en
ese momento, el presupuesto del
Ministerio de Trabajo. Previsto.
8oclal y 8alud Pblica ascen-
da a la suma de B.4,390,000
aproximadamente.
En ese presupuesto se han in-
troducido algunas Inyecciones
algunas campaas como la de
tuberculosis y se haba evitado
3up se eliminara el Laboratorio
e Higiene Pblica, hemos sabi-
do Indirectamente.
La Seccn de Bloestadistica
ha quedado eliminada de ese
pMSupuesto a pesar de la insis-
tencia, fuimos Informa/*. *
las altas autoridades sanitarias
de Impedirlo. Hasta donde sa-
bemos, sta ha sido la nlest
seccin eliminada hasta ahor
y en la votacin que fu nomi-
nal, se decidi por 2 a 3 votos.
Nacieron 24,681 nios en el
ao 1950 y murieron 5.279
personas en toda la Nacin
La Seccin de Bloestadistica
del Departamento de Salud P-
blica Inform hoy que se habia
computado provisionalmente 24,-
681 nacimientos y 5,279 defun-
ciones pra 1950. en toda la Re-
pblica.
Estas cifras tienden regular-
mente a subir cuando se hace
una "reconquista" de los certifi-
cados, se nos Inform y por
tanto las figuras no son defini-
tivas.
La reconquista Incluye algu-
nas Instituciones que se esca-
pan algunas veces a los regls-
(Pasa a la pgina col. 7
(Pasa a I Pgina fc, Cel
7)
Habr numerosos
Pabellones en la
Feria de Coln
COLON, abril 12. Cada dia
aumenta el entusiasmo y es-
pectacln que ha despertado la
feria Agropecuaria y Comercial
de Coln.
Son numerossimas las peti-
ciones de comerciantes e Indus-
triales para que se les reserven
pabellones para exhibir sus pro-
ductos.
El Presidente de la Repblica
doctor Arnulfo Arlas, ha solici-
tado se le reserven dos pabe-
llones: uno para exponer pro-
ductos de caf y en otro las
ricas maderas de las tierras
altas de nuestra Repblica.
El Consulado Britnico en
colaboracin con la Colonia
Britnica de esta ciudad ha so-
licitado seis pabellones, donde
se harn exhibiciones de pro-
ductos notables de las Antillas
Britnicas y exposicin de va-
rias importantsimas firmas in-
dustriales Inglesas.
En el ramo de ganadera y
productos agrcolas son tambin
numerosas las solicitudes para
concurrir la Feria. Concurri-
rn destacados ganaderos del
interior con sus campeones.
La Mendi Dairy de la Zona
del Canal ha ofrecido exponer
sus mejores ejemplares y traer
veintisis reses vacunas par la
venta. Llamamos la atencin
de todos los ganaderos del in-
terior a quienes puede Intere-
sar la exposicin de estos be-
llos ejemplares para mejorar
sus productos.
El seor don Antonio Taga-
rpulos tambin traer ganado
de raza con el propsito de
poner varios de ellos a la ven-
ta.
El Agropecuario
est absorbiendo
las alzas de costos
En la lucha para mantener
! los precios bajos, el Banco A-
gropecuarlo e Industrial, ob-
serv un redactor de este pe-
ridico hoy, est absorvlendo
1 las alzas en los costos de los
i productos importados por esa
institucin.
La leche evaporada, por e-
jemplo, algunos comerciantes
la pueden y la estn vendien-
do a B.0.18 la grande y B.0.09
la chica, aunque el precio to-
pe fijado por la Junta de Con-
trol de Precios recientemente,
es de B.0.20 y B.0.10 respecti-
vamente.
Debido a la poltica del Ban-
co de tomar para si cualquier
alza Inmoderada que se pro-
duzca en los productos Impor-
tados, .estos precios fijados, por
la Junta de Control de Precios
para los consumidores, han
podido ser mantenidos a la
tasa actual.
Conmemorar el
Concejo el da
Pan-Americano
El Dia Panamericano ser
i celebrado por primera vez con
I gran esplendor por el Conse-
jo Municipal capitalino, con
i una sesin solemne el prximo
114 de abril.
'Al acto asistirn el Presl-
' dente de la Repblica, Dr. Ar-
! nulfo Arlas M., el cuerpo di-
plomtico acreditado ante nes
| iro pas y especialmente las
I representaciones de las naclo-
! nes americanas.
El Dia de las Americas vie-
ne celebrndose en todos los
pases desde 1931 y sta sera
la primera vez que lo haga
asi nuestro cuerpo edlllclo ca-
pitalino.
La sesin solemne del pr-
ximo sbado 14 de abril, co-
menzar ? las 10.30 y en ella
participar en especial acto
cultural el Conservatorio Na-
cional de Msica, como parte
del programa en homenaje a
las Naciones Americanas,
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A REMOCIN De MacARTHUR
i i
En la madrugada de ayer el mundo recibi, la
Sensacional noticia del reemplazo del General-Dou-
glas MacArthur en el tomando Supremo de todas
la* fuerzas de aire, mar y tierra de los Estados Uni-
qos de Amrica y de las Naciones Unidas en el Leja-
no Oriente. La orden expedida por el Presidente Tru-
man determin por si sola, tal como corresponde, la
separacin inmediata del ilustre militar quien fue
sustituido por el General Matthew B. RidgwaV.
En los Estados Unidos d Amrica, donde Impe-
ra el sistema democrtico de gobierno, el respeto por
la majestad del Poder Civil, que emana de la volun-
tad del pueblo, es una realidad maravillosa que abri-
llanta el prestigio de la gran Repblica del Norte.
En este caso el glorioso Comandante, el que supo lle-
var entre metrallas la bandera de los Estados Uni-
dos a la cima de la victoria, recibe una orden del
Presidente y l la cumple con la ms absoluta sere-
nidad. Indudablemente, fue esa "su mejor hora", pa-
ra usar la frase que en una ocasin decisiva para In-
glaterra, cuando sta se encontraba bajo el fuego in-
cesante y cruel del enemigo, cuando el sacrificio lle-
gaba a sus extremos, Churchill, el estadista, dijo que
los historiadores al referirse a esta etapa de la vida
inglesa, sufrida con estoicismo ejemplar, diran "ha
sido su mejor hora".
Prescindindose del aspecto poltico y militar
que envuelve el hecho, la rpida separacin de Mac-
Arthur ha producido una especie de conmocin sen-
timental en su Patria y en un considerable nmero
de Naciones democrticas que vieron siempre en l
fp figura esplndida de un gran estratega que sea-
l derroteros de triunfo a los ejrcitos que luchaban
contra la barbarie de las dictaduras. Y esa simpata
lacia MacArthur se explica ampliamente por la lu-
cidez de su talento, por su atractiva personalidad y
por sus extraordinarias capacidades militares. Ade-
Bs, hay que recordar que la campaa en el Lejano
ricnte signific una lucha tenaz y heroica por la
or. iuista para la libertad de un vasto territorio. En
i guerraUel Japn haba que arrebatarle al enemi-
go sus posiciones, pingada por pulgada, en una lucha
cuerpo a cuerpo.
;;; El pueblo de los Estados Unidos, emotivo y ge-
neroso, tiene que esperar en sus. calles el regreso del
roe que no ha vuelto a la Patria despus de haber
Recorrido los caminos de la guerra pasada dejando
Huellas de gallarda y de honor. El General MacAr-
thur tiene que recibir la apoteosis de su pueblo. Es
1 el nico General de cinco estrellas de los Estados
Unidos que no ha vuelto a su hogar porque el cum-
plimiento del deber le oblig a quedarse en las tierras
lejanas del Japn.
' Con la frente ceida de laureles, luciendo el ful-
?';or guerrero de su espada de grah Comandante, el
eneral MacArthur habr de pasar en medio de las
vallas formadas por el pueblo de los Estados Unidos,
entre aplausos y vivas saturados de entusiasmo. Su
figura recibir el homenaje de toda una Nacin que
lo saludar con los colores gloriosos de su bandera
al comps de marchas enardecedoras y acaso entre
fajr rimas impregnadas de emocin.
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
AVISO
Estudiantes Universidad, sin ocupacin, intere-
sados cancelar matrcula a base de trabajo en la Bi-
blioteca u otro Departamento, srvanse entrevistar al
Secretario de 9 a.m. a 12 m. v de 3 a 6 p.m., das
jueves y viernes.
Panam, II de Abril de 1951.
en la
CA.
CYRNOS
CLUB GANADO
CLUB ENTREGADO
CLUB DE DISCOS
de slo ftfi SEMANAS
por cuotas tan mnimas de
| oo SEMANALES 200
Ave. Jos Feo. de la Ossa No. I Tel. 2-1793
Cruce iivoli
NOVSIMO TEATRO
. CRITICO
, por C. K. I/.
-
M. PMtlODIKMO DE AVER
Y EL DE HOY
En una revista que ha lle-
gado a mis manos merced a
la gentileza de linda amiga, leo
un articulo acerca del periodis-
mo de ayer al que acompaa
otro en torno al periodismo de
hoy. Exagerados el uno y el
otro, en verdad, pero con base
de realidad ambus.
.' El articulo consagrado al pe-
riodismo de ayer lo firma Ju-
lio Camba. Oran periodista, li-
no escritor, el gallego. Nos pin-
ta un peridico de ayer en la
Espaa de comienzos de siglo.
El peridico del maestro Cam-
ba se hacia solo. Se hacia en-
tre tazas de caf y cigarrillos.
El caf era psimo: los ciga-
rrillos, lamentables. No califi-
quemos el peridico. El maestro
de humorismo que es Camba
advierte que una huelga de pe-
riodistas en aquella poca era
un imposible. Y da dos razo-
nes: la primera, que el pbll-
eo de mil novecientos no ne-
cesitaba para nada el oe-'i.Hi-
co; y segunda, que el peridico
no necesitaba a los p#.\Lim.-
tas.
El peridico se haca solo,
insisto.
El regente de la imprenta lo
era todo. .
A las dos de la maana avi-
saba:
Faltan tres columnas...
Y se le emlaba desde la re-
daccin cualquier cosa. Se ce-
rraba el peridico. Cerrar un
peridico no es nacer lo que
ha ocurrido en "La Prensa"
de Buenos Aires. Cerrar un pe-
ridico es ver sus planas llenas
de tipo.
No est en lo cierto Cam-
ba. Pero hay que hacer rer
El otro articulo al que aludo
es de Victor de la Serna hijo.
La revista que lo ha impreso
es espaola y prescinde del
junior abreviado Jr. y nos
coloca el hijo'", en ansias de
casticismo, de guardar el idio-
ma. ..
Vctor de la Serna se acerca
ms a la realidad que el hu-
morista Camba. No echa mano
de la caricatura de Xaudar.
El peridico de hoy para Vic-
tor de la Serna, periodista en
activo, director y propietario
de peridicos: es otra cosa muy
diferente a la descrita por Ju-
lio Camba. Aquel viejo sistema
de "hinchar" sucesos, de hin-
char despachos telegrficos, haJ
pasado. o se acepta en nln*-?
guna redaccin seria. Hace
veinticinco aos tampoco se a-
ceptaba en los peridicos de
Amrica.
Lo que no quiere decir que
en algunos casos no se utili-
ce hoy. Podra poner el ejem-
plo con algn crimen reciente.
Pero eso se denomina "polti-
ca", poltica del peridico.
Hoy, en las redacciones de
estilo, teclea el teletipo, llaman
los telfonos. Si acude usted a
una redaccin de Nueva .York,
de Madrid mismo, advierte c-
mo se espera la comunicacin
especial de un corresponsal de
la Indochina o de Pars o de
Londres. Bl corresponsal salu-
da al redactor amigo, le Dre-
gunta "cmo os va por all", I
no espera siquiera la contes-
tacin y comienza a dictar su
crnica. Se recoge una foto-
grafa que lleg por procedi-
mientos admirables. Se decide
un pie, una cabeza de prime-
ra plana o de plana 'interior,
que las planas interiores ad-
quieren cada hora mayor re-
lleve.
Porque tambin se releg al
olvido ese peridico hecho a
base de cabezal de primera
plana, con cada tema termi-
nando en la sptima o la oc-
tava.
Carecen de color las redac-
ciones cuando ganan en efec-
tividad. Los artculos llegan he-
chos. El Director deambula ca-
si como una sombra entre seis
u ocho periodistas que cazan,
ante una mesa, la celeridad,
nuestra seora la prisa. El re-
dactor jefe no conmina al re-
dactor que tiene cerca a que
'hinche el telegrama" o a que
'hinche la informacin". No:
lo que pide es que "reduzca
ese telegrama o esa Informa-
cin local a la mitad". Ya no
se llevan los grandes prem-
bulos, atiborrados de frases he-
chas. El director exclama media
hora antes de cerrar planas:
"Empiecen lo ms crea posible
del punto final"... El confeccio-
nador trabaja ron una regla
sobre la maqueta de la pgina.
Se acabaron las fotografas de
grupos frente al aparato fo-
togrfico. Ahora se quiere el
gesto, la posicin rara del pro-
tagonista. Las "eabeiias" se "ha-
*
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Director General, seor Justo
Fabio Arosemena.
/.bad, Maria Guadalupe
Abeles, Cyd
Abood, Alejandro Jr
Abood. Odet
Abrahams, Elsa de
Abrahams, Julio Jr.
Adames, Guillermo
Adames, Jorge Pacifico
Adler, Lawrence y o Helen R.
Adlec
Adames,.Carlos E.
Adames, B. Enoch.
Adames, Hlldaura C.
Agencias Panamericanas. S.A.
Aguilar, Evelia M. de
Ahumada, Jess Mara
Alzemann, Najman
Alcibar, Maria L.
Alemn, Frank
Alemn, Isabel R. de
Alemn. Julio-Irene A
man (Tutorai
Alemn, Ricardo J.
Alexander. Wolfgang
Alfaro Gllht-Ho
Alfaro Jr. Horacio
Alfaro, Jorge L. y
Paredes.
Alfaro, Rogelio E.
Alfonso, Zoraida de
Torres
Allande, Antonio y
A. de
Alien, Hctor Paul
Almanza, Euseblo
Alvarado, Aurora Rosa
Alvarado, Euclldes
Altman, Esther
Altman, Sal y Harry
Alvarez, Rogelio
Amado, Jos Flix
Amar, Salomn Abraham
Barcia, Manuel Gustavo
Bares, Pablo
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.Diez, Alicia
DistrtMilddriee Unidos, S.A.
chausti'
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Bay, Han R.
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Picota
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Duley, Silvia E.
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o Eladla Edhlll, Fermina Evans de
Edwards, Howard .
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de Ale-
Manuel J.
y o
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Berger, Martin
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Bazn, Juanita Bolaos de
Beach, George
Becerra, Rosenda
Benevolent St. Lucan Friendly
Society
Benedettl, Isabel P. de
Bennett, Ana Teresa
Berguido, Berta de
Bermdez, Carlos
Bermdez, Carmen P. de
Bermdez, Maria, Zarita y Ro-
dolfo.
Bernler, Paul
Bissell, Eugene V- N.
Bhula, Gopal
Biendlcho, Abelardo
Bkaktlbhl, Ookalhal
Blanco Ordas y Ca, Ltda.
Blasser, Jaime
Blok Johanna
Blok, Marianne y P. H. Blck
G. A. | Bonilla, Elias
Borglanni R. Alfaro (Italia)
Borrel, Dora
Boticio. Matilde
Boyd, Alberto A.
Boyd. A. A. R. Jimnes y R. E.
Mora.
Boyd, Gilberto
Brandenburg, Aura R de
Bremmer. Aurora,
Briceo. Julio 6.
Briceo i Ca. Ltda.
Briceo, Federico
Elisa
American Protection Asoclation |",^ Maruf'de*
Brid! Solis Miriam Isabel
Angellni, Jorge
Angellni, M. A.'de
Arango, Humberto Domingp
Arango, Carmen
Arango, Rita G. de
Arce H., Elosa
Arce H. Agustn
Arce, Frolln
Arela, Evangelina
Brlggs. Milllcent
Brower, Bellsario
Brown, Clara ..
Bscheder. Joseph
Btesh. Vctor
Buen Vecino, S.A.
Budd, Gerarld y o Doris
Busto, Pedro Angel del
Arco, Holmedo y o Marcela de Burgoon, Marjorle Q.
Ardiva, S. A. Ca iRhodsi
Arguelles, Ana
Arlas, Enrique
Arlas, Eulogia R. de
Arias, Fanla Gabriela
Arlas, Joaqun M.
Caballero P., Bernardina
Campanelli, Joseph
Garen Jos
Carrillo B Carlos A.
Carrizo, Beatriz Sasso de
Carrizo. Mximo y Beatriz
Arias, Josefita y o George Yates Carvajal, J. A. y o E.
Arlas, Juan B
Arias. Lela Gloria y Joaqun
Arlas.
Artas, Olga
Arias, Ral
Ario, Juan
Arlo, Rafael
Aronne, Juan
Arjona P. Lenidas
Arosemena, Augusto
Arosemena, Ercilia de
Arosemena. Leonor A. de
Arosemena. Manuel H. y o Ol-
ga A. de Lloyd.
Arosemena, Mary
Arosemena. Teodolinda B. de
Arrocha, Alicia
Arrocha, Eugenia
Arroyo C, Germn
Aster. Luisa M. de
Asociacin de Contadores de
Panam.
Asociacin Santa Cita
Asyn, Luis
Austin, Frank
Aulolandia, S.A.
Avendao, Romelia
Aviacin General S.A.
Ayala P.. Homero
Azrak, Eduardo y Frlda E.
Arrak, Vctor J. Jimnez y S.
Hanonon.
Azucarera "La Estrella, S.A.
cen" con trastienda. Muchas
veces resultan un enigma pa-
ra el lector corriente, pero a-
quel o aquellos contra quienes
van dirigidas, encajan la pu-
alada o el alfilerazo. Casi nos
alejamos del "qu", del "cun-
do", del dnde", del "cmo",
del "quin" y del "porqu" que
nos aconsejaron como normas
para concebir peridicos mo-
dernos. Otra cosa es el anhe-
lo. Los peridicos son arietes,
bombas atmicas, bombas de
hidrgeno.
S' por estos lados el Ideal
contina siendo para muchos
la informacin estricta, ya en
los mismos Estados Unidos se
busca que se narre lo que ocu-
rre a diez o veinte mU millas
oe distancia, pero que se narre
bier.. Que sea gil, original, su-
gestivo el periodista.
Tudo esto hace el peridico
ms complicado, ms intere-
sante. Se exige mucho al pe-
ridico y al periodista. Ese pe-
rioist aha de ser un especia-
lizado, un hombre de extraor-
dinaria cultura, de talento for-
midable.
S da siempre?
Eso lo decide el lector.
Ch. de
Escalona
Casal Sport, A.
Castan. Aristldei
Castillo, Evelia
Castillero y Cornejo, Ltda.
Centro Americana de Construc-
cin, S.A.
Centro Americana de Plomera
y Materiales, S.A.
Chaim, Singh y Ca, Ltda.
Champsaur, Juan E.
Chan, Carlos B.
Chapman V., Camilo A.
Chapman 8. A. O.
Chen de Chen, Mercedes
Chen Chong, Roberto
Chepote, Zoila L. de
Ciclrello, Salvador
Ciniglio. Mario
Cinigllo, N. Alberto P.
Cnigllo Rafael
Clark, Joseph
Clarke, Wlllam A.
Clarke, Winifred T. y o Rita C.
de Newland
Clnica San Femando s.a:
Club cabana S.A.
Club de Leones, Comit de Rila
Club Lasalllsta de Panam
Club Rotarlo de Panam
Cohen, Moiss
Cohen. Cecilia de
Colbert, Blanca de
Cole. Robert
Colebrock-Stonebrook Co.
Comrle, German Wilson de
Constructora Interprovlncial SA.
Contreras. Stuene, Julio C.
Cooperativa Nacional, S.A.
cooperativa de Consumidores SA.
Cooperativa Nacional de Aho-
rros, S.A.
Cooperativa de Ingeniera, S.A.
Cote, Paul J.
Cotes, Celia Mara
Crdito Comercial, S.A. .
Croston, Juan P.
Panam)
Emlliane, Yolanda
Empresas de Productos Lcteos
S.A.
Enrique Navarro. Antonio F.
Esso Standard Oil S.A.
Fabrega, Berta G. de
Fbrega G. Roberto S.
Fbripa Nal. de Helados. S.A.
Fbrica Internacional, S. A.
Farmacia Parque, S. A.
Fastlich, Adalbert
Faxton, Flix A.
Fearnley tt Eger Inc.
Fenosa p. Venancio
Fergunson, LUia de
Fernndez, Henrique
Frrer, V. Manuel
Financiera Continental S. A.
Fisher, Myron W. y Vicente Pas-
cual
Fishground, Alfred
Flatau, Ivy Mae y o Lulce Hilton
Franceschl, Rafael
Fras. Balblno
Fonseca Glotrdo '
Francey, Jessey Flalne
Frederick, Kelvin y o Cho Win
Hong.
Frederick. Phillip W. y o Susana
Verge de
Freihoffer Marianne
Freihoper, Enrique E.
Galffelr, Varn y o Varonne de
Gallmani, Alberto
Glvez. Moiss
Ganadera Industrial, S.A.
Garcia, Angela y o Julia Mar-
tnez.
Garca. Enriqueta Vda. de y
Virginia Booth
Garcia, Isaac Shocron
Garcia, Lenidas F. y o Car-
men de
Garcia, Pedro Manuel
Oarage Cinigllo, Ca. Ltda.
Garca Ai Chang. S. en C.
Garrido, M. Juan Jos
Garrido T., Tobas G.
Garrudo, Gerardo
Gastn, Earl Adam
Orel, de Seguros, S.A.
Gianpulos, Constantino
Oheller. Jacobo
Glassgall, Martin B. y o Ann
E. de
Gokalbhal. Vallben
Gmez. Anastasio
Gonzlez R., Alejandro
Gonzlez A.. Cecilia
Gonzlez, Dors Mathlas de
Gonzlez T. Pedro
Gonzlez Revilla, Flora M. de y
o Olmedo Mir.
Gonzlez R., Ramn
Gonzlee C. Guillermina
Gooden, Egla
Oordillo, Mirlan Rosa
Granados, Luis E.
Gracia, Castillo. Pablo de
Grasse, Benjamin B. de
Grefe, Grace B.
Gretter, Gordon F. y o Nina E.
Green. Camila R. Vda. de
Grlmaldo, Cecilia
Grimaldo, Concepcin M.
Grlmaldo B. Juana
Grimaldo B, Miguel
Guardia, Angela F.
Guardia. Berta de la
Guardia, Matilde A. de la
Guardia, Rogelio de la
Guerra, Cristina
Guillen, Graciela de
Gutirrez J. P.
Hammerschlag, Sussle
Hararl, Alegra
Harris. Eullan
Harris. Walter A.
Hassan, Arturo L.
Haseth, C. G. de E. y o Emma
B. de
Hemmlngs, Eric George
Heiibron Jr. Osvaldo
Henrquez, Fernando y o Paull- |
na de
Hernndez, Mariano y o Adela
G. de
Herbruger. Matilde G. Vda. de
Hermlda, Marisela
Hernndez, Rodolfo
Hevla, Pilar Surez
Hilbert, Lorenza B. de
Joselow L, B.
Koroneos, Aminta de
Knox, Cari L. o Milbur B. Knox
Kodat. Wilbert D. ?;.
Koot, Johannes
Laboratorio Vita 8.A.
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Lau, Aminta Wong C. de
Lawrence Jeffrey y Len
Aazar Or Velssid de y o Cutiel
Lazer
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Levy, Ricardo f.
Ucorera de Panama,,S.A.
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Dadlo Emisora Continental, S.A.
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Panam Coca Cola Bottling Co.
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Cia.
Panamea de Aviacin, 8. A.
Ca.
Panamea de Seguros 8.A. Ca.
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Pasquel, Julio
Patronato de Lucha Antl-Tu-
berculosa
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V. de
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Brown
Scott, Eleonora P. de y o Dora
M. Rulz
Serrano, Marciano
Servicio de Seguros, 8.A.
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Shelton V. Bert J.
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Simons, Helner E.
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- -man.
Smoot, James
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KL PA19AMA AWTEIIICA DIARIO INDEPENBIBNTB
jtjevis, AMIL lt. HN
os estudiantes insisten en
Que no hubo desrdenes en
los cursos de la Esc. Normal
:Con la publicacin de esta
carta ponemos punto final a
1| polmica sobre si nuuo o u
desordenes durante los actos
relacionados con los cursos del
Instituto de Verano:
Panam, Abril 11 de 1951.
amor
director de
"ti Panam Amrica".
Ciudad
Seor Director E. S. D.
Seor Director:
"Hemos ledo con singular
Sombro que cierto proresor
wata de desfigurar la verdad
y de manera parcial enjuiciar
ios hechos que tuvieron lugar
en el instituto de Verano du-
rante la justa huelga que en
defensa de sus derechos reali-
zaron los Maestros-estudiantes,
asistentes a dicho Instituto de
Verano este ao.
No es cierto que durante esa
huelga y de parte de los Maes-
tros se suscitaron hechos bo-
chornosos. Desdice mucho e
personas que se llaman edu-
cadores, el tratar consciente y
deliberadamente de faltar a la
verdad para desacreditar un
movimiento que est respalda-
do por la opinin pblica y
por los educadores verdaderos
y dignos del pas. Jams nos
opusimos a que se retiraran
de la Escuela aulenes ! lo
desearan. No hubo desorden
en el Internado durante la
huelga quien diga lo contra-
. rio, Incurre en falsedad. Los
Maestros dieron en todo mo-
mento prueba de cultura, de
civismo y de ecuanimidad. Sin
embargo, fiel a la verdad, es
preciso que digamos que antes
del movimiento, huelgustico,
durante el curso, si se realiza-
ron hechos de notoria irregu-
laridad como el de expulsar a
los Compaeros Conrado Ri-
cord y Lorenzo Palma del In-
ternado por el hecho de ad-
versar valientemente el Decre-
to 382, valindose para ello del
peridico mimiografiado "Bom-
ba H". Es necesario que se se-
pa que el Consejo de Profe-
sores, que los expuls, lo hizo
sin asistencia de los represen-
tantes del alumnado y sin ser
odos los afectados por la to-
talitaria "Resolucin" de ese
consejo de profesores.
Otro hecho anmalo fu la
| actitud abiertamente proseli-
tista de algunos profesores, en-
tre ellos el Profesor Rafael Es-
carreola, para conseguir miem-
bros para una agrupacin mal
llamada "Joven Panam" y
con tendencia a hacer poltica
partidista.
Sebastin Aguilar,
Secretario General de la
Asociacin de Estudian-
tes del Inst. de V.
Jos A Caiar Escala reta a
que demuestren que no fueron
exactas todas sus noticias
Se relacionan con los disturbios que ocurrieron
en los cursos del Instituto de Verano
LOS ALUMNOS DEL INSTITUTO DE
VERANO NO IRAN A LOS EXAMEN ES
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Tendr el reinado
tpico nacional
un "carnavalito"
Con un gran baile se inl-1
ciar el Sbado el Carnavalito
del Reinado Tipleo Nacional
que tanto xito tuvo la sema-
na pasada y por el cual el" p-
blico sinti verdadero entusias-
mo.
Este festival er amenizado
por la famosa orquesta de Los
Hermanos Paz y a l asistirn
las damar de la Corte de la
Reina Tpica Nacional trajea-
das con vestidos de gala.
Existe gran entusiasmo por
este festival ya que todos los
que se han celebrado bajo la
organizacin de la Confedera-
cin han resultado muy ale-
gres. El baile tendr lugar en
los salones de la Confedera-
cin, en Avenida "B" No. 48,
para lo cual se invita cordial-
mente a la ciudadana
Demandarn la nulidad del Desean que hagan
resuelto del Min. de Educacin
Verbena a beneficio de
la iglesia de Lid ice se
efectuar el sbado
LIDICE, Abril 12. El pr-
ximo sbado se llevar a cabo
en este lugar una gran Ver-
bena a beneficio de la Cons-
truccin del Templo Catlico
de Ldlce.
Entre los puntos sobresalien-
tes de esta fiesta, se encuen-
tra el regio Baile que se ofre-
cer amenizado por la Orques-
ta Continental desde las 8 de
la noche.
El domingo a las 9 a.m. se
rezar una misa campal, y
despus se efectuar diversio-
nes varias comrt tinas" de ga-
llos, juego de Baseball y Soft-
Ball, etc.
EL COMIT PERMANENTE DE
ESTUDIANTES DEL INSTITU-
TO DE VERANO DE PANAMA.
El Comit Permanente de
Estudiantes del Instituto de
Verano decidi en sesin de
ayer, no presentar los exme-
nes que mediante un Resuelto
ha ordenado el Ministerio de
Educacin. La situacin, por
tanto, se mantiene lo mismo;
es decir, que la situacin ce
huelga decretada en la Es-
cuela Normal se mantiene en
pie. De no haber un arreglo
satisfactorio, en estas condi-
ciones los hallarn en Mayo.
El Comunicado en mencin
desmiente las tendenciosas, no-
ticias propaladas por los inte-
resados en el sentido de que
haba habido un arreglo con el
Ministerio, cosa que seria per-
judicial para los estudiantes
maestros. Se sabe que muy po-
cos son los que se han ins-
crito para la presentacin de
dichos exmenes. Los estudian-
tes demandarn la nulidad del
Resuelto referente a los ex-
menes, puesto que un Resuelto
no pude privar sobre un De-
creto, y se sabe que el Decre-
to 382, contiene un articulo en
el cual se establece que los
exmenes se realizan a fin de
curso. Dicho curso termin -el
da 6 de los corrientes.
EL COMIT PERMANENTE.
Alicia Martnez.
Por el Comit.
tres pozos en
Huile y Sta. Clara
Delegaciones del Interior le
harn un gran recibimiento
al Doctor Francisco Samaniego
Listos los preparativos para
el gran recibimiento que la
Confederacin de Asociaciones
Cvicas Interioranas tributar
esta tarde a las cuatro en el
Parque de Lesseps al distin-
guido galeno panameo Dr.
Francisco Samaniego a su lle-
gada al pas, para dirigir la
jira mdico asistenclal de la
Provincia de Herrera.
Varios conjuntos tipicos es-
tn listos para ofrecer hermo-
sas tunas al ilustre mdico, co-
mo una demostracin de apre-
cio y agradecimiento de la
masa campesina por su filan-
trpica labor.
Personas del Interior han
llegado y llegarn a esta ciu-
dad en el da de hoy para a-
sistlr a este recibimiento. Al
mismo tiempo, todas las so-
ciedades afiliadas a la Confe-
deracin se preparan para par-
ticipar en el desfile con sus
respectivos estandartes.
El desfile culminar en un
mitin, en el cual harn uso
d la palabra el nllto Csar
O. Daz. Don Ovidio Daz, Don
Celedonio Guardia y el Dr.
Francisco Samaniego.
HORIZONTALES:

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! 1 Amarro.
4Extremidad de los peces.
, 19Agarradera.
12Artculo, Pl.
13Complacencia.
14Tratamiento espaol.
J15Cocinaras en seco.
117Casa solariega.
19El buen ladrn.
tilTerminacin.
82Arboles leguminosos.
,l?4Muy dado a los placeres.
86Residencias, Inv.
|S(JPersonaje bblico.
.81Punto cardinal.
82Pronombre.
3Apcope de santo.
85Palo o estaca, en Cuba.
37Nordeste Abv.
8?.Flor herldica.
;0Nosotros.

;42Tipo de automvil.
44Azadas grandes.
47Del verbo toser.
48Hilo de seda poco Uuwdo.
'49Bebida dulce.
61Uno de los mosqueteros.
64Torta de harina de yuca.
7Dios nrdico.
68Ave de Corral.
oEntregas.
1Del verbo asar.
,<2Arboles olmaceos.
SMetal precioso.
10Baile tpico cubano.
11Nombre de mujer.
16Denota alegra, Pl.
18Tratamiento ingls.
20Rio de Espaa.
22Cocnela.
23Vaso sagrado.
23Madera preciosa.
26Plantas ccteas.
27En las playas.
29Dignatario eclesistico.
34Impar.
36Puros, sin mezcla.
39Echara sal.
41Caso de pronombre, Inv.
43De color de oro.
45Demcrata. Abv.
46Moneda hebrea de plata.
50Confusin.
SIAmarra.
52Gorra militar.
53Cloruro de sodio.
55Expendio de bebidas.
56Demostrativo.
59Liga Militar, Inic.
VERTICALES:
1Extremidad de las aves.
2Afeccin de la garganta.
3Atrevidos, audaces.
4Provincia de la India.
8Piedras llanas.
6Articulo.
7Onomatopeya del ruido.
8Sirvientas de reinas.
Dios de la belleza masculina
SOLUCIN DE ATEB
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nnrn nnn nnnr
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido copia de la siguiente
carta:
Panam, Abril 2 de 1951.
Doa Mara Sto. Domingo de
Miranda, Ministro de Trabajo,
Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica.
Ciudad.
Su despacho.
De nuestra consideracin:
Los que abajo suscriben, ve-
cinos pobladores de los pue-
blos de Huile y Santa. Clara,
Provincia de Panam, Distrito
de Arraljin, se toman la li-
bertad de dirigirse a su Ex-
celencia con el propsito de
solicitar su Intervencin para
que imparta las instrucclnoes
pertinentes a fin de,que se es-
tudie la posibilidad de efec-
tuar en nuestras poblaciones
la perforacin de tres pozos
para el suministro de agua
potable, elemento que en la
actualidad obtenemos de las
quebradas vecinas con el con-
siguiente riesgo para nuestra
salud y la de nuestros hijos.
No es necesario a nuestro
Juicio extendernos en conside-
raciones para que su Excelen-
cia Interprete la justicia que
nos asiste al peticionar en es-
te sentido; por lo tanto con
el convencimiento de que la
Seora Ministro, tomar en
cuenta nuestra demanda ha-
ciendo votos por su ventura
personal y porque el Altsimo
la Ilumine para que siga su
trayectoria de custodia de la
Salud y del Bienestar del pue-
blo panameo, saldrnosla rei-
terndole la guridiui de nues-
tra mayor consideracin.
Toms Jura. Margarita
Bonilla, Angela Gomes, Eudn-
ia Bonilla, Josefina de Diez,
Daniel Ortega, Diego Rodri-
gue, Luis Ramos, Mercedes
Toribio, Marcos Armuelles H..
Pable Gomes, Manuel Cobo,
Jos Mara Saavedra, Narciso
de .Gracia Santos Magalln, j
Rafael A. Diez.
Pvrbllcamos a continuacin
la siguiente carta:
Protesor Cesar A. Quintero
Ciudad.
Seor:
Me refiero a su crnica del
sbado ltimo, aparecida en el
tabloide "LA HORA", en la
cual me hace ciertos cargos
injustltlcados y que me dis-
pongo aclarar, por tratarse de
una persona seria como usted
y que me conoce desde las au-
las del colegio.
He de advertirle que mi
nombramiento en ej Instituto
de Verano no fu una gracio-
sa prebenda otorgada por el
Ministro Salamn, como trata
de hacer ver en su comenta-
rio. Yo fui recomendado a E-
ducaclh por el Departamento
de Salud Pblica, al cual se
pidi, de acuerdo con disposi-
ciones vigentes, una terna de
las personas que pudieran dic-
tar un curso terico prctico
que respondiera a las exigen-
cias que en materia de Sa-
Est funcionando
la Radiotelegrafa
en Jaqu, Darin
Desde ayer comenz a fun-
cionar la radiotelegrafa de
Jaqu y su tarea ha sido muy
activa en el primer da de la-
bores, se nos inform.
Jaqu- es uno de los pueblos
ms apartados en la provin-
cia de Darin y su comunica-
cin con esta ciudad toma va-
rios das por mar, por lo que
la estacin de radiotelegrafa
viene a resolver los problemas
provocados por la distancia en-
tre ese pueblo y la capital.
Estn daando los
caminos las lluvias
que caen en Tole
TOLE, Abril 12. Corres-
ponsal. Al Iniciarse estacin
invernal comienzan sufrir tras-
tornos carros aventranse ca-
mino Guabal, Tole. Este Co-
rresponsal sufri consecuencias
su propio vehculo quedarse
atascado varias horas en al
barro, falta desages y piedra
constituyen motivo principal
estemos prcticamente aisla-
dos.
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CARNOL
m un tnico de Tardad
para hombre y mujer.
Compra CAMfOL M las botica.
M toWila. fciles do
neamlento Rural tienen loa
maestros en el campo. Y co-
mo quiera que mi trabajo ea
ese Departamento, realizad
durante vario aos me da-
ban credenciales suiiciem.es
para desempearlo, los tcnl*
coa de Salud Pblica incluye-
ron mi nombr en la terna.
Con respecto a los Insulto
al Lie. Bayard, esa informa-
cin suya es extempornea,
pues ya "ti Panam Amrica'*
oportunamente hlso la aclara-
cin de que no se debi a erro*
en la noticia sino en el ttu-
lo que, como usted sabe, no
lo nace el corresponsal. En
cuanto a la entrevista con el
Lie. Bayar, este no podr ne-
gar, como no 10 hlio ante mi
persona, que conversamos ea
uno de los pasillos del plan-
tle y que l me ense la no-
ta enviada al Dr. Alfredo .Can-
ton en cuya ltima parte di-
ce que apelara de su decision
ante el Ministro y ante lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo, por-
que no hallaba fundamento le-
gal para firmar los diplomas
y me agrego que estlmaoa quo
no deba hacerlo, tal como s
explic en una ampliacin o
estas declaraciones, nechas por
l mismo y publicadas ms
tarde por "El Panam Am-
rica".
Se refiere usted tambin a
que yo he estado publicando
noticias contra loa alumnos del
instituto de Verano. He de de-
cirle al respecto que slo me
he concretado en este proble-
ma a informar a los lectores
la verdad de los acontecimien-
tos. En cuanto a las noticias
sobre los sucesos ocurridos en
el internado, que pudieran ser
las nicas en afectar a los
maestros, he de manifestar;
que, siguiendo la tica perio-
dstica, publiqu oportuna-
mente una declaracin del Co-
mit de huelga que negaba lo
hechos; pero tampoco poo.a,
yo dejar de enviar la exposi-
cin de los profesores que par-
ticiparon en los sucesos la cual
sall publicada ms tarde. Ka-
ta de tica, y usted lo sab
bien, habra sido no publicar
las dos versiones.
Como redactor dt un diarlo
independiente cual es "El Pa-
nam Amrica" y celoso de mi
reputacin como profesional
del periodismo, me he carac-
terizado siempre por dfcr ver?
Sones concretas V exactas d
s hechos ocurridos, ya que
este es el nico crdito qu
puede un periodista exhibir.
De all que yo pit a quien
quiera que dude 9e mis infor-
maciones que pruebe si ellas
se apartan de la verdad o que
las fuentes de Informacin pos,
mi anotadas en este problem
no las han suministrado.
En espera de que usted si
servir publicar est aclaracin
en su columna, quedo de us-
ted atentamente.
J. A. Cajar Escala,
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OBRA Pl'BUCA EN SANTIAGO. Construccin de la Alcalda Municipal de Santiago. Se
est construyendo mediante la reconstruccin de un viejo edificio. Los gastos se estn ha-
ciendo con fondos municipales, pero han pedido ayuda al Ministro Carbonell, el cual est dis-
puesto a prestarla segn se inform en Obras Pblicas. En la foto puede apreciarse al Minis-
tro Celso Carbonell y al Ing. Roberto Lpez F brega estudiando los planos.
Plumas Fuente
tettooA
En todas partes del mundo, los
estudiantes como I'd., prefieren
las Plumas Fuente Esterbrook,
porque Esterbrook ofrece la va-
riedad de puntos ms extensa
conocida universalmeote, a fin
de que Ud. puoda elegir entre
ellos el punto preciso para su
estilo de letra.
Desde el extra fino hasta el
extra grueso... desde el flexible
hasta el rgido : ; : Ud. encon-
trar el punto indicado que a
ajusta exactamente a su trabajo
escritufal y a su manera de es-
cribir.
Seleccione la Pluma Fuente
Esterbrook que se adapte a sus
necesidadesy enrosque el pun-
to en el can de la pluma por
s mismo al momento de com-
lf
9I4M
rul.
JUIOO DE PLUMA Y lA-ICBRO
Con pete n Pluma Fuente Esterbrook coa
el Lapicero de Presin Esterbrook heridos
dole luego. Basta oprimir la corona para
ue la puntilla del crern salga an propor-
cin exacta. Proporciona 60 cae. A* cra-
yoo Escriba Oaraoia assies ata necesidad
da cargarse de nuevo. Nanea a saerce..
famas se traba.
SttoStoof
NIMIR FAItlCANTE ti PLUMAS EN AMEIICA


JUEVES, ABRIL IS, 1**1
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
i
.
PAGINA CINCO
liifurine uara esta seccin se reciben en la
rseaaccin Social
de Et PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono l-Jllt HUBAS: l:M a 1I:H a.m. A arta So 1M
Cernida .
En honor de 8. E. ti Emba-
jador de Cost Rica, Lie. Al-
fonso uusmn Leon y seora
quienes llegaron recientemente
a Panm, 3. E. el Ministro dQ
Chins. Dr. Cheng Chen-Yu, o-
rece esta noche una comida
n su residencia en Bella Vis-
ta.
dia ofrecieron ayer un juego
de carias en la residencia de
la seora de de la Uuaruia.
(.salda
El Or. Roberto E. Arlas y se-
ora Querube 8. de Arlas ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en
su residencia, en honor del se-
or Fernando Fournler, quien
procedente de San Jos, se en-
cuentra pasando una corta
temporada en Panam.
Almuen*
Para agasajar a un grupo
de sus amigas, la seora Ana
A. de Valdea ofreci ayer un
almuerzo y juego de cartas tn
su residencia de verano en La
Chorrera.
Juags Se Cartas
Para despedir a la seora
Susana L. de Arias con moti-
vo de su prximo viaje, las se-
oras Marina H. de Modes y
Rosemarie P. de de la Guar-
RESMRi
Diailruau
alivia de la naris tapada,
uan* quiera y donde-
quiera, eea unas pecas
sasiracfans Tel cmodo/
VfCK
Despedida de Saltera
Las seoritas ulillta Lpez,
Titlna Afosemena, Olgulta Da-
y Carmela Arosemena ofrecie-
ron ayer un t en la residen-
cia de al seorita Lpez, para
aesptdlr de su vida ae soltera
s la seorita Anita Sedda,
quien contraer matrimonio S
lines de esta semana.
calle SI No. 33, la reunin de
la directiva de la Asociacin
de Mujeres Universitarias de
ftnama. fle ruega puntual
asistencia.
Comida Jamante en
U rinimi
Son ya muy numerosas las
personas que han reservado
mesas para la comida danzan-
te que ofrecer con motivo del
Dia Pan Americano, el ciua
lnteramerlcano de Mujeres, en
el hotel El Panam. Distingui-
das seoritas de Panam y la
Zona del Canal desfilarn por-
tando las banderas de los api-
ses americanos. El precio del
cubierto ser de B.S.75 y las
reservaciones pueden hacerse
llamando s las oficinas del
club, telfono 2-051 o al ho-
tel El Panam, telfono 3-ltjou
al seor Pal J. Cote.
Reunion de L'Alliance
r'rancaise
Hoy jueves a las 8.30 p.m.
tendr lug-ar la reunin acos-
tumbrada de L'Alliance Fran-
caise de Panam en su local
propio, en la calle 6a. Se es-
pera la puntual asistencia de
iodos sus miembros invita-
dos.
Reunin Se la AML'P
Se recuerda que maana
viernes a las S p.m. tendr lu-
$ar, Sn la residencia de la se-
ors Nora P. de Scott en la
Dr. ALBERTO E. CALVO
MEDICO CIRUJANO
Se aplace en anunciar a su distinguida clientela que
M encuentra s su rdenes en su nueva CLNICA situada en
la Calle lt Oeste No. 57, altes Se la Farmacia Internacional
(antigua Clnica Rognonl).
Telfono: 2-0304 Horst: 11 a.m. s 1 p.m.
4 p.m. s 7 p.m.
MEFARi BASTANTE!
"IL POSTRE QUE GUSTA
A TODO EL MUNDOI"
....persa* iMSsae
pt, Ui taberturte* at
bivMtitida UaOSoM As
PY1 a Ceaarlee. Usa-
ana. toad u entera
mU uttrutinxm 4 *
rttulcw '* *** t
inttii i rea* erortt
MODELO WC Per* eanitae
alurat
MODELO Ci fu tetmtU-
i 4 ttltiti
4
CARACTERSTICAS:
aMjte Receptor Sel anus
TtSas lea tesases asa eteu
txttnSMu
l*rh.rit> jeera rtcttlsctt alM
Central 4 ira tan la eerieriea
Semas
G.kbiett telen rap.rcl.ae4e, tet-
b.4o t aeaal.
Neeht up 11 libate tara ti ellau
saptaaC
All. Tl*r kt). atta.
DISTRIBUIDORES
Mueblera Viena Ci. El guila
Avenida Bolvar 6092
COLON
Avsnids Cantral 1
PANAMA
VENTAS AL CONTADO
Mhn en Accin Se
Gracias
Una Miss al santsimo, en
accin de gracias por ls sa-
lud de dona Ofeiina R. vda.
de Chiari, tendr lugar en la
Iglesia de Santa Ana, maana
viernes a las f.3t am. 8e In-
vita por este medio a todas
las amistades de ls familia
chiari, para que concurran a
este acto.
Nta Se Duelo
Por cable recibido el Do-
mingo se ha asbtdo la muer-
te del seor Luis Felipe Cas-
tro H., tronco de honorable fa-
milia varios de cuyos miem-
bros han residido por largo
tiempo entre nosotros. Envia-
mos nuestra muy sentida con-
dolencia s au viuda doa Jo-
sefa Oftats de Castro, s sus
hijos Dr Joaqun castro y se-
ora, don Campo E. Castro,
don Jos Luis Castro y seo-
ra, doA Luisa Castro de ste-
fanis, doa Amlra Castro de
ArvalO, don All Castro y se-
ora, doa Lucila Castro de
Bonnel y su nieto Dr. Harry
Castro Stanziola.
de ls Internacional Petroleuni
es., quien se encuentra en
nuestra capital, hospedado en
el hotel Panam.
De Colombia
Saludamos a la seora Te-
resita A. de Vizcaya, quien re-
Ires de BSrranquilla en don-
te. pas una corta temporada.
Procedente de Cali, se en-
cuentra pasando varios das
hospedado en el hotel El Pa-
nam el seor James Eder.
Orata estada le deseamos.
trlmonlo.
De cermeo
Acompaada de sus nios se
encuentra de nuevo en la ca-
pital despus de haber pasado
varias semanas en cermeo, la
seora Emma L. de Paredes.
Aniversario di Matrimonie
Celebran en esta fecha el
primer aniversario de au ma-
trimonio el seor Aquilino de
la Guardia y seora R. de la
Guardia. Los felicitamos cor-
dlalmente.
Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
seor Edmundo Beters y seo-
ra Alda Escobar de Beters,
quienes contrajeron ayer ma-
Enfermos
Sufre quebrantos de salud
en el hospital Gorges la seo-
ra Isabel de Bell. Ojal me-
jore pronto.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Ella 2. de Rhode.
Seora Juana del Rosarlo de
Preudome.
Seorita Carmen Rodriguez.
Seorita Carmen Rodriguez.
Seorita Nelly Alba.
Sra. Lilla Barcenas de Casis.
Seor Marcel Penzo.
Nio Ramn Alemn Jr.
Nio Ramn Alemn Jr.
Nio Alvaro Augusto Vives.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Lilla Ins A. de Arango.
Seor Carlos Jos Moreno.
Seor Victor Francisco de la
Ossa.
Nia Alda Paredes de Ale-
mn.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los '
mejores programas
Para lot Estados Unidos
Or?,to. P***0 le deseamos al
Sr. Oabnel Quelquejeu, quien
sigui hoy hacia Nueva Or-
leans en donde pasar una
temporada.
Para Cuba
Despus de haber pasado va-
nos das en nuestra caDltal
rffreao ayer La Habana el
seor Goar Mestre. Lo despe-
dimos.
De los Estado. Unido*
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al seor Cy-
ry T. Helm, Director Ejecutivo
A
FELIX
MANTENGA SALUDABLES
LOS PIES DE SUS HIJOS CON
CALZADO
"POLL PARROT"
para nios y ninas
t
# cmodos
% durables
9 de fina piel
% suaves
ESTILOS OFICIALES PARA
TODAS LAS ESCUELAS
ALMACN PRINCIPAL Avenida Csntral 21
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Abierto de 8:30 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. y de 2 p.m. s 6 p.m.
REUNION LEONISTICA CON UNA REINA. Los Leones de la ciudad de Panam celebraron
anoche una reunin en honor d la Reina de Panam, aeorita Olga Mara Barraxa, quien es
candidata al reinado nacional de esa agrupacin. La reunin reault muv amena.
Venezuela obsequia
leo de Bolvar a la
Unin Panamericana
WASHINGTON, Abril 12 (TJSIS)
El Dr. Luis E. Gmez Ruiz, Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
de Venezuela, ha presentado un
Kin retrato al leo de Simn
livar a la Unin panamerica-
na.
Este retrato es una amplia-
cin de la miniatura pintada en
1810 cuando Bolvar fu a Lon-
dres en misin diplomtica.
"Un dato interesante con res-
pecto a este leo es que es obra
de un descendiente director de
Lpez Mndez, quien acompa
, a Bolivar a Londres", dijo el
. Canciller Gmez Ruiz". La co-
I pia fu pintada por Luis A. Mn
Idez.
El Dr. Gmez hizo la presen-
tacin del cuadro despus ds
clausurada la conferencia ds
Cancilleres. Manifest al Dr. Al-
berto Lleras Camargo, Secreta-
rlo General de la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos, quo
el obsequio era apropiado en vis-
ta del hecho de que Bolivar ha-
bla sido adalid de los ideales qua
se han expresado durante la
reciente reunin. Agreg quo
Venezuela est muy satisfecha
con los resultados de la reunin
de consulta.
CREMA DE SOPA DE POLLO
4 SWNwSaa * mm\^ 4 mfce.re.4e Se MAOSNA
taes
4. cechera.* 4. elabeta
Combnense la mantequilla, la Maizbna
y las especias en una cacerola grande.
Revulvanse gradualmente en el caldo de
pollo y la lache. Cocnese a fuego lento.
Muvase constantemente
basta que la mezcla espese y
QUERH
t tete 4e .14. 4. pegs
1 i.i.t de ledra
%j Se W 4. cara. Se pega
mmSt r4.
comience a hervir. Anidase el pollo picado
y djese hervir dos minuto* ms revolviendo
constantemente. Si se desea, salpfquete con
perejil. Srvase inmediatamente o man-
tngate caliente en vapor de agua. Hace
4 porciones.
U$ sitmpr MaizCNA Durya
PUta ef tamao grand ... Jo cuesta manos
ISAAC KRANDON & BROS. Inc.
aparrado No S87 Panama R P
OMM
JWaaL
EJW **WW ^^^"F i( '
NUESTRO NUEVO DEPARTAMENTO
de DISCOS
Ofrece >
una ESPECIALIDAD....
de DESCUENTO
EN TODOS LOS DISCOS
TODO EL MES DE ABRIL
CYRNOS
PARA REGALOS
AVENIDA TIVOLI l PANA/nA
Complacidos
por su
visita...
Con la reapertura dsl ALMACN CYRNOS
PARA RECALOS hemos tenido una expe-
riencia agradable. Fue un da memorable
para nosotroa por laa felicitaciones que
recibimos de parte ds los visitantes y de
aquellos que no pudieron estar'presentes n dicha inauguracin. A todos
silos nuestras ms sincsrss gracias.
Si usted no tuvo el privilegio ds sstar con nosotros el da de la inaugura-
cin, sspsramos nos visits pronto . ys ses para cualquier informacin
sobre los ltimos Discos Columbia ... o para ver nuestra nueva lnea sn
Cristalera fina. Recuerde qus sismprs ssr bienvenido!
Lnea completa en RECALOS. . NOVEDADES
Cristalera Francesa Vajillas Francesas Perfumes
Franceses Figurinas Italianas Figurinas Inglesas
Discos Columbia Artculos para Perros Mqi *
de Coser Elna, Etc.
i ii i as
CYRNOS
PARA REGALOS
Avenida Tvoli 16 Panam


GIN A SEIS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

JUEVES, ABRIL 12, U51


NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR de
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas to atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
.. Tlvell Na. 4
Ttl. :-u!
KKISKO DE LESSEES
PtM 4
rana.
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A**. 4 * JaHa
Tel. 2-1441
BOTICA CARITO*
. Meaaaaea II
MSCelia.
Ae. HUlaaiaF UAH
TaL I
ALN DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla 11 Omi Ka. M
EL PANAMA AMEB1CA
Caite "M" Na R Fauna
a-ve. Cutral 12-17 Cal*
tllaUi
SE VENDE
Miscelneas_____
APROVKHI:'.ntare*. v aaawelea
entra fcrHIeate |>reefce a1, .fca.
E.S.2S #* Alaaaceaea TrefieiM-
w. '_________________________
SI VINDSNrClava, hatera ae>e,
car* . . anlaa-ar para cialaa fa.a.) mada-
, lavamaaa.. axcuaaaal, #t.
laa eraciet m. baja* a- alna.
AMNCIAS GLOIALIS. Via !-
a. li.faaaa a Juaa Fraxca, Tal.
B-tSO. '_____________________
SE VENDE: Incubadora elctrica.
Tal. 3-0255.____________________
te VENDE:Semilla da foragua. St
garantiza calidad. Sr. Mndez.
Telfonos: 3-2163 2-2581.
iE VENCE: Abrigo imitacin piel
"de armio por U/.60.00. Informe
an Vio Porros No. 58 frente ol
Teotro Edn.
iE VENDE:-Motocicleta 1941 In-
dian Chief," perfectas condiciones.
Ganga! Casa 0129, Morgarila.
IE VENDE: Cachorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3,-2690. ^^^^
IE VENDE:Un piano de cola pe-
queo en muy buenas condiciones.
, Precio razonable. Calle 41 Este
No. 31. Tel. 3-0672.
-a.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE ALQUILA:O sa vende. Cato de
campo an Chorraio (El Cocol Tal.
3-0255._________________^^^
Ofrecemos bella y alta lata (reate al
Mr, Precio: solamente B/.4.35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Colla 5a.
No: 22, Tal. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Cosa de campo situada
an Paso Ancho, El Volcn con
agua corriente fra y coliente; tres
recmaras completamente amue-
blada. Dirjase ol Sr. H. Feuille.
Tel. Gamboa 537 6 Juventlno Gar-
c. Paso Ancho, El Volcn.
Par mi iu duea a Saudi Arabia,
ofrecemos para venta Mediata,
propiedad en El Valle, localizada
en* el mejor vecindario. Loto de
3,954 m2. colindando oon el Rio
Antn, casa, muebles y mucho
ms por solo B/.6,000.00 de con-
tado. Infrmese: Wolf y.Ca. Ltda.,
Colle 5a., 22. Tel. 2-2388 V.lla
Astrid. El Valle.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Recmara grande
amueblada, frente calle con coci-
no, luz y gas. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleados,
una para oficios domsticos, otra
paro cuidar nios. Floristera San-
ta Fe'No. 61. Ave. 4 da Julio.
SI NICISITA:Una eMaleada para
aarvicie e,ue tapa cecinar y qua eaa
mayar de 10 a.. Calle 45 Na.
21.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepa
lavar y cocinar y que duerma en
el'trubejo. Calle lo. No. 13.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada para
oficios generales de caso. Infor-
mes en Campo Alegre, Ave. Ma*-
nuel Icaza No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Empleada buena sa-
lud que sepa trabajar. Balboa
155-A, Calle Monzo.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te que duerma en el empleo. Ca-
lle Colombio No. 7. De 8 a.m.
a I p.m.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ser-
Vicios dofn'sticos. Acuda o la Calli
la. Perry Hill, Caso No. 2, Apar,
lamento 7.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Pensin Julieta, Rio Abajo.
Preguntar Bodega Lo Luz......
IE VENDEN:Pasajes Pan-American
Airways y se aceptan reservacio-
nes en su nuevo AGENCIA de Be-
lla Vista. Avenida Per 25, Ofici-
nas de COPA. Amplio lugar de
estacionamiento.
IE VENDE:Arreglos para almacn,
consiste en lo siguiente. 4 crema-
lleras cromadas poro trajes, 2 ma-
niques, 6 moldes cromados para
trojes, 300 perchas plsticos, 150
cubiertos poro trajes. Almocn
Joyce 182. Ave. Central.
Scabamos de recibir vidrios de segu-
ndod en todos los tamaos. Antes
de comprar vistenos en lo Carre-
tera de Rio Abajo No. 2154 o en
la Colle "I" No. 4. FAiLtlCA CE
MUEBLES Y ESPEJOS LA GA-
RANTA."________________
reda lo que quiere necesita. Sof
gronde resortes interiores, canap
bamboo, estufa kerosene 3 quema-
dores, camas dobles y sencillas,
mesas grandes y chicos, sillos, to-
cador, estonte-cmodj. cama-para
nio, loro bilin#e, perritos polica
belga irozo excepcional/, trajes
para jvenes y seoras, tomnos 4
o 6 y 16, espejos, abanico, etc.
Shrapnel, cosa 150 en Calle oe
uno sola via a Quarry Heights.
rl Canal de Panam ofrece en vento
bojo postujas selladas que han de
abrirse a los 10:30 de la maana
el 25 de obnl de 1951, tres bombas
centrifugas y dos barrenas de pozo
montadas en tractor, situadas en la
Divisin de Dragas, en Gamboa. Po-
ra pormenores respecto o los bombas,
telefonese al Sr. H. W. Parker,
6-121, y respecto o las barrers te-
lefonese ol Sr. A. R. Grier, 4-54.
Los formularios en que hacer las pos-
tures se podrn obtener de lo Divi-
sin de Dragas, en Gamboa, o del
despacho del Superintendente de Al-
mocenes. en Balboa, telfono 2-2777.
MISCELNEA
Hospedte, alimentos para estudian-
tes, empleadoSj hallar Ud. lla-
mando telefono 2-4186. Precio
razonables.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto en el ba-
rrio '"El Carmen" frente l Juan
Franco. Pida informes al telfono
3-2436.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Una oportunidad po-
ra sus nios durante este mes. Ca-
sa amueblada en la playa en Son-
'a Cloro. Tel. Balboa 2820 6 veo
el administrador.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
MANIJLO UD.
50t par hera
ms f par milla.
Carras ataguraetae.
Tal. 2-1995 Garage lliai
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, Kaiser
DeLuxe 1949, 17.000 millas, ex-
celentes condiciones, llantas blan-
cas, derechos pagados, ganga. Plo-
mera- Nacional. Calle 32 entre
Central y Per.
PERDIDO
i-
IERDIDOPerro de cacera blanco
al domingo, en la corretera de To-
eumen o Pacora. Llame ol Tal.
'3-1751. Gratificocin.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA; Locol poro oficina,
crrjbo del Teatro Centra..
Sfe ALQUILAN:fcxcluvvamente pa-
ro oficinas locales cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
pracrOe mdicos. Solicitan infor-
macin an Almacenas, 5 y 10 cn-
teos.
SE ALQUILA:Local apropiado pora
establecimiento comercial, casa
nuevo, cntrica. Ocurra: Compaa
F. Icaza.
Establcese relacin
gundo del Circuito Lie. Daro
Sandoval, quien Inmediatamente
ordeno la detencin de Alicia
Bacaris de Ballis por el delito
de Pecclaao, pues b;o su res-
ponsabilidad estaban ios fondos
del Expreso Areo.
Men .ras los investigadores de
la Secreta y el Fiscal Sandoval
trabataoan anoche en el escla-
recimiento de las declaraciones
de Alvarano y Alicia Bacaris de
Ballis, se preparaban esta ma-
ana para llevar a un careo fi-
nal a los indiciados.
SE VENDE:Pontioc 1950. 4 puer-
tas "Streomliner", solamente 10.-
000 millos, puede verse de 8 o 5.
Llamando Tels. 2-3173 2-3175.
. Ce 5 de la tarde en adelante. Tel:
3-2458.
SE VENDE:Cadillac 1949. Sedn
No. 62,. recorrido 27.000 millas,
hydromatic, radio, llantas blancas,
osientos con covertores, color gris.
Precio Bf.2.900.00. Se puede ver
Plazo 5 de Mayo No. 163
SE VENDECamin Autocar, volque-
te 5 toneladas, 6 llantas 1000x20
casi nuevas B.500. Mquina sol-
dadura de gasolina 30 a 400 am-
perios perfectas condiciones B.350;
Power Sow Wincisin, corto mode-
ra asta 6 pulgadas un ao de uso
B.375. Trailer para cargar tubos,
etc. de 20 piei largo B.100. Ocu-
rra: Marcos, Chorrera.
Hacen estudio
prueba que no hay base s-
lida para la tesis de que el
impuesto sobre ingresos slo
puede ser eficaz cuando se u-
tiliza en un pai muy avan-
zado.
Expresa el estudio que la si-
tuacin fiscal de Venezuela en
la actualidad 'es sana, pero
que an estar mas estabili-
zada a medida que progrese
su di versificacin industrial y
tenga que depender menos de
la fluctuacin del comercio ex-
terior.
SE NECESITA: Empleada oficios
domsticos con recomendacin, certi-
ficado salud. Mayor 30 oos. Ave.
Chile No. 16 altos. Tal. 3-2894.
SE NECESITA:Carguero para cui-
dar nia de dos aos y medio.
Dbc ser serio, responsoble y con
experiencia. Calle 52 final con Ca-
lla Riccrdo Arias, Campo Alegre.
Cosa No. 22.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: -y. Casa residencial,
jardn, piscina, amplio recibo. Ofer-
ta al 3-4065 de 10 o 12 m.
SE NECESITA:Operario poro tra-
bajar con aire comprimido. Vio
Porras 130.
SE NECESITA :-Uno cojera de bue-
na presencia. Buen sueldo. Canti-
tma Chieo's Ploce. Calla "1" No.
I 5. Ponama.
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a 1$ aos para limpieza y man-
dados, Ferial, Ave. B al lado Bazar
Francas
SE NECESITA:Enfermera para cui-
dar recin nacido. Cebe dormir en
el trabajo. Debe traer recomenda-
ciones. Calle 31 No. 27.
SE NECESITAN: Dos bomizodores
eficientes en la Fbrica de Mue-
bles' 'la Garanta." Carretera di
Ro Abajo No. 2154.
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SE ALQUILA:/.parlamento inde-
pendiante de 3 piezas, cocina, ba-
o Be*.50.00. Ave. A No. 16.
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SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, sala,
comedor, recmaro, cocina y ba-
o. Ave. Jos de Fbrego No. 14,
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COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno
recmara, sata comedor, porch, (
bao y cocina. Acuda a la Ca.
Alforo. S. A., Ave. Per No. 28,
Panam. '
SE ALQUILA: Cmodo y cntrico
apartamento, linea de buses y chi-
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Calle 15 San Francisco No. 3.
Tel. 2-3239.
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comedor, dos recmaras, patio,
garage. Va Espaa, Calle Gerar-
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empleada. Edificio "Hspame", Ca-
lle Colombia 3. Entrada indepen-
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SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras, sala comedor, y dems
comodidades en Calle 14 No. 2
San Froneisco, frente al Golf. Va-
lor B/.65.00. Informes al Telfo-
no 2-17^2.
PERSONALES
Enfermera prctica ofrece sus servi-
cios a domicilio, para atender pa-
cientes. Cualquier turno. Lomar
Tel. 3-1578.
Ruego a seoro quien choc mi ca-
rro verde en Colle 50 frente "El
Baturro" a los 8:30 a.m.'el lunes.
Su seguro cubrir el dao, el mo
NO! Sra. G. B. Foirchild, Panam
' 3-2045 o Apelo. 621, Ancn.

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isara. Porras No. 130.
Contable con experiencio vanada de-
seo trabajo. References excelen-
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Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rla. Sueldo y comisin B/. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25, Panom.
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' Artculos de Casa
i
SE VENDE:Juego living. 6 piezas
en caobo. Casi nuevo. Fabricacin
"Morgarito." Ancn 406-A, Zo-
na del Canal.
SE VENDE:Boroto 1 refrigerodora
en perfecta estado. Dirjase o /'In-
tro." Tel. 2-2631.
Aprob la
Conmemora
Al final del acto el Presi-
dente del Concejo, don Tilo
del Moral Jr.. ofrecer una co-
pa de champaa a las diplo
mtteos y altas autoridades
nacionales y zoneitas que han
ido especialmente Invitadas.
el destino del pas.
Aadi que lo que molesta
al Gobierno no es nada ms
"La Prensa", es el diario que
trae ms informacin nacional
e internacional en momentos
en que se trata de aislar de
la verdad al pblico argentino.
Afirm que las acusaciones
formuladas por Benitez son
"una cortina de humo" para
encubrir la confiscacin de
"La Prensa".
Histrico
SE VENDE:Juego comedor comple-
to B/.I20 00; 1 estante para ni-
o, barato. Colle Los Santos, Casa
No. 1. Apto. 7.
SE VENDE:Lindo y moderno jue-
go, de recmara. Ganga! Tambin
como de nio. Calle 3* No. 7.
FLASH...
SE VENDE:Refrigerodora Fngidai-
re. casi nuevo de 9 p.as. Costo
original B/.45000. Ahora ganga
B/. 175 00.'Ocurra a Garage Bella
Visto en Ave. Per No. 99. Tel.
3-1618.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje. Radio
R.C.A., Refrigeradora Frlgidaire,
muebles de sala, estufa gas gron-
de, loza y varios, equipo porttil
para pintar, todo en perfectas con-
diciones. Colle 9o. No. 10, San
Francisco despus de 5 p.m.
gunta general era: "Est viva?"
Una semana despus de este
histrico experimento, dice Lear,'
ia seora ha logrado contes-;
lar coherentemente a las pre-,
guntas. lo que a veces no po-
dia, debido al tumor, pero los
mdicos dicen que puede que
transcurran "semanas, meses, o .
quiz aos", antes que se sepa'
definitivamente si al explosin
logr destruir el tumor. |
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
Avisos Judiciales
AVISO DE REMATE
I aaerite Saetesela al Ju.aaHn gal
Circuito d. Coel. an fuaciaae. a. Al-
guacil Ejecutor:
HACE SABF.R-
Que Ka ..rilado tree da Mayo al prn.nl. ano para ana
dentro I' horai habilea oal da men-
cinalo tanta luaar al ramal, da la fin-
ca nmero til inaerli en el Kaglatro
Pblico al Folio 1,71, Tomo It garcion
da Panam da propiedad de la aaora
(.'elida Vira .da. da Sear.x que con-
aleta en ana eaaa da material da trea
piaoa ubicada en la Avenida "B" nme-
ro 12 da la ciudad da Panana ambar-
eada en la ejecucin de la aantencia
proferida en la demanda propueeta por
Aquilino Tejeira P. contra la aaeaaia
da la citada .tora Felicia Ven da. da
afra.
El valor de eata finca an el Catas-
tro de la Propiedad ea de diea aeia
mil balboaa iB .I8.000.00i : en aale re-
mata ae acepta como aoatura la mitad
de e.te valor, alendo neceaario para ha-
cer propueelae ronaifnar en la Secreta-
ria e! cinco por ciento del aalor total
de la propiadad.
Ha.ia lai cuatro de la tarde del men-
cionado da ae aceptarn propueataa y
da cae hora haata laa cinco de la urda
aa airea la. pujea y repujaa, *
Ba hace aaber tambin, que ai eel aata
fecha no tuviera verificativo e.te re-
mate. ee continuar el dia aiguiente i
aceptndole poaturaa por cualquier au-j
ma.
Por lo tanto, ae fija el praaeata avi- J
ao en lugar pblico de ata Secretaria j
y e pone a tflapoaidoa de la parta 1
internada copia del mlemo para au pu-
blicacin en un peridico da la ciudad
do Panam por tree vocee conaecutivaa
y una vea por la menoe >n la Gaceta
Oficial
Fijedo en Penonom.. hoy doe da April
da mil novealentee ciacneata y uno,
ti Secretario,
Viciar A. Guardia.
AVISO DE REMATE
XI tuaciilo Secretario Jal Miniaterio
de Hacienda y Taoro.
HACF SABER
Que ee ha ..Salado el dia t da Mayo
entrante a laa nueve de la maana pa-
ra que tenga lugar en el Ddlpaebo del
Secretario de Hacienda v Teaoro el re-
mate de SIETE PFRLAS con un valor
de TREINTA BALBOAS (B/. 10.001 ca-
da una que hacen un total de B'.tlO.OO.
I.a aaae del remata raftalado ea la
auma de balboaa Doecieetoa d i a a
(B/.lO.OOi.
Para aer poator hbil ae neceiira in-
aignar n alte I).apacho una garanta
en efectivo equivalente al 10'V de la
baaa del Remate U0) (B'.tl.OOl o
aaaa Balboaa Veintiuno, por lo menoe a
lo me tardar una hora antea de la
a.Salada paca la licitacin.
No ae aceptarn' propueataa que ao
cubran la baaa del Remata, al pujea y
repuja verhalee menorea de B'.S.OO.
El Remate ae adjudicar al mejor
poetor a laa 10 de la maana n punto
del dia eenalado para la licuacin y au
valor debe aagarae dentro del termino
da ti horaa aigaientaa a la adjudica-
cin. '
El Robierno ee raaerva el derecho
de anular .jia todaa laa propueataa u
ordenar nievo Remate ei lo eoneidera
convenienle para loa interea del Fifce.
Panam de afana d SU
E< Secretarte del lelnieterie de Ha-
cienda y Taaara. t
ERIC 4iUM*ER.
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mente el VIDRIO
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Alambre de Pas
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da 1 pulgada
. Platos de Cartn
. Machetes 'Collins'
. Alambre
para gallinas
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Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La mis antigua,
a La mis acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Ra Abajo #2154Tel. 3-9524.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
No estoy
Mecer de una vez por todas,
para que lo sepan los de aden-
tro y lo oigan los de afuera, que
aqui la libertad es para el pue-
blo argentino, pero nada ms
que para el pueblo argentino.
A mi no me han elegido para
asegurar la libertad de ningn
pais del mundo, sino slo para
asegurar la libertad de liber-
tad del pueblo argentino, y en-
tiendo que al pueblo argenti-
no hay que darle la libertad
que el pueblo argentino quiere,
y no lo que quieran otros pue-
blos".
Agreg que "el capitalismo
Internacional ha Iniciado con-
tra nosotros la reaccin, no
aqui. porque aqui nos hemos
librado de l, pero fuera de
nuestro pais. dirigida desde una
central y obedeciendo slo un
designio y con un slo objeti-
vo. Esa sola central la conocen
ustedes mejor que nosotros pa-
ra que yo tenga que nombrar-
la".
Dijo que el capitalismo inter-
nacional entraba en lo que lla-
ma la opinin pblica, "y por
eso es que quieren y defien-
den tanto la libertad para en-
venenar los pueblos mediante
una informacin capciosa y fa-
laz oue distribuyen como quien
distribuye manzanas podridas o
bananas fermentadas".
Aadi que agradeca a la;
Confederacin General de Tra-1
bajadores "el apoyo dado por i
ustedes al pueblo argentino en
el asunto del diario La Pren-
sa".
ua Panamericana dt las Muje-
res ae Chile.
vafeaiuao a la mujer pana-
mena, por la seorita Mora
ttasaaieUi, delegada de la Mesa
Keuonua Panamericana ae Ulu-
le.
VIIIHimno al Sol (meloda
incaica).
..<..Himno Nacional.
Rinden
Programa
sor Hans Janowitz.
IVMensaje a la* Mujeres de
Amrica, por la Doetlsa Mria
Olimpia de Obaldia.
VSolo de Violin, por Alfre-
do de Saint Malo, acomoaado
al piano por Hans Janowitz.
VILectura del, cable que la
Mesa Redonda de las Muieres
de Panam enva, en el dia de
las Americas, a la Resa Redon-
dlsianc.d. Tambin recorrieron
ia residencia ae Rooseveio y
el museo auyacente.
Ames de jjiiMr, los diplom-
ticos nicleron una visita wa-
rren Justin, aeiegaoos ae los
ts.adas Unidos ame las Na-
ciones Uiuuas, quien ai saiu-
aanes duo <,u<: -ia unload uiu-
uacia ea la Juaiia Keuinii ce
Consulta ae cancilleres es un
ehz augurio en esuis tiempos
tau amenes '.
Entre Panama
serva, pues, predominio de las
carcas al extranjero sobre laa
carta aentro del territorio.
En cuanto a las cartas ex-
presas ordinarias, el movimien-
to me mas intenso en carias
nacionales que tomaron 2,715
mientras las extranjeras su-
maoan l,5u4. Igual ocurri en
cuanto a las tarjetas postales
que sumaron itjnv ns.cit i l,2(>u internacionales, o ooa-
tante,. en cuanto a Impresos
rumanos, ios extranjeros do-
minaron coii 54,w>i en com-
paracin de 511,1411 nacionales.
im movimiento ae correspon-
dencia oncial lnuico que se
enviaron l,u82 cartas dentro
oti territorio y i,3o> al exte-
ior, mientras que en cuanto a
paquetee ordinarios, el movi-
initnto fu preaominantemente
aentro aei territorio con H!8,
mientras que al extranjero sa-
lan 3c8 paquetes.
Citacin
Tendr reunin hoy Juevea
12 de Abril, a las 8.00 p.m., en
el saln de actos del instituto
Oorgas, la Asociacin Mdica
Nacional de la Repblica dt
Panam.
PROGRAMA:
lATuberculosis en el embara-
zo. Dr. Mximo Carrizo.
2.Reporte sobre el III Con-
greso Mdico-Social Pana-
mericano reunido en Cara-
cas, Venezuela, del 11 al
18 de Mano de 1001. Dr.
Osvaldo Velasquez F.
3 REUNION ADMINISTRATI-
VA.
EN MORA <
En la Alcalda del Distrito,
en parte visible, estn la lis-
tas de las personas que estn
en mora con el Municipio en el
pago del. Impuesto de sus ve-
hculos, tanto comerciales como
particulares.
Vencido el plazo concedido por
el Tesorero Municipal, la Poli-
ca Nacional proceder a la
detencin de todos los vehcu-
los afectados
ngel Vega Mnde,
Alcalde. I
REGISTRA 'i--------
poda deberse a la reaccin
| del suero, agregando que a
partir del sbado Laureano ha
mostrado mejora general que
[se ha acentuado en las ltimas
48 horas.
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tradores auxiliares, proceso de
obtencin que se lleva actual-
mente.
No obstante esto, las cifras in-
dican que los datos se encuen-
tran dentro del as ooservacio-
nes y que posiblemente lus na-
ciinicmus se acerquen al os 25,-
00J y las de.unciones, que siem-
pre ofrecen ms dilcultades,
lleguen a un lugar entre 7 a 8
mil.
Los registros auxiliares no son
dependencias de salud publica
y la rebusqueda de certliicados
>a por cambio en los nombra-
mientos de corregidores o por
desconocimiento, implican este
proceso final. Lus acuerdos en-
tre el Registro Civil y la Seccin
de Bloestadstlca con nuevos ti-
pos de controles, facilitaran mas
ia tarea en el presente ao.
La Provincia de Panam con
7,285 nacimientos y 1,183 defun-
ciones ofrecen la mayor canti-
dad en el registro, aunque la
rebsqueda har subir extraor-
dinariamente esta auma, como
en aos anteriores, La porvln-
cia de Coln, que tambin se
esta reajustando actualmente,
ofreci 3,253 nacimientos y 858
defunciones. En los nacimientos
arrojaron ms de tres mil na-
cimientos, adems de los men-
cionados, Chlriqu y Veraguas.
En las defunciones. Veraguas
con ms de mil y Cocl y Chlri-
qu con ms de 600 defunciones,
fueron las mayores aportadores.
Los Republicanos
presentada, de una investigacin
parlamentaria "de todo lo con-
cerniente a la direccin de las
polticas exterior y militar".
Los Demcratas contra-ataca-
ron los gritos de los Republica-
nos en el Congreso, demandando
la investigacin de MacArthur
y su conducta en la guerra de
Corea.
El lider Demcrata John W.
McCormack dijo que MacArthur
debe comparecer ante un comi-
t adecuado para ser pregun-
tado sobre 'serios enredos mili-
tares que alguien ha hecho en
Corea".
Los Demcratas se opusieron
a la presentacin personal de
MacArthur ante la sesin con-
junta del Congreso, v a cual-
quier Investigacin de la poltica
exterior del Gobierno.
En una de las sesiones ms
borrasco.sns del Congreso en los
nil irnos diez aos, el Senador
Robert A. Taft contestar al
Presidente Truman su defensa
de su accin y su poltica.
Se espera que Taft pedir que
una comit especial del Senado,
igual al que invetig el desastre
de Pearl Harbor, investigue la
actual situacin
Duranh

bate con granadas atadas a au
clnturn de paracaidas.
Despus que los generales con-
ferenciaron. Ridway convoc a
una reunin de su Estado Ma-
yor, la cual cancel inmedia-
tamente. La reunin ser ce-
lebrada hoy, v en ella se har
un sumarlo de la situacin en
Corea.
El Secretario del Ejrcito de
Estados Unidos, vol con Ridg-
way de Corea a Tokio y lo
acompa a la residencia de
MacArthur.
Despus de la conferencia
MacArthur se dirigi a u ofi-
cina en el edificio DaJ Ichi.
quizs para lo que fue su lti-
ma visita a este edificio. Miles
de personas se reunieron a la
entrada del edifllco y se man-
tuvieron en silencio mientras
que MacArthur pas entre la
mi'ltltud son rindoles.
1 General Ridgway regres
a Corea a la. 730 de la noche.
Red Panamericana
Henekw
mejores programas
MacArthur dice
munista a Corea 'era parte da
un plan mayor para conquis-
tar toda Asia", y que esta na-
cin es el primer obstculo a
las intenciones comunistas de
"dominar a toda Asia".
El Presidente Truman abord
francamente la creciente cues-
tin de si "el plan comunista
de conquista puede ser conte-
nido sin una guerra genera."'
y dijo oue este Gobierno con
sus aliados en las Naciones U-
nldas considera que la mejor
forma de contener una guerra
general es "enfrentarse al ata-
que comunista en Corea y de-
rrotarlo all", y que, "esto es
lo que hemos estado haciendo.
Es una tarea difcil y amarga,
pero hasta ahora ha sido da
xito. Hasta ahora hemos evi-
tado la tercera guerra mun-.
dial".
Tal declaracin equivali a
una refutacin al argumento da
MacArthur de que deba per-
mitrsele llevar la guerra al
continente chino, si era nece-
sario, mediante bombardeos ai-
reos de Manchuria y el emple
de fuerzas nacionalistas chinas.
El Presidente Truman diji
que destituy al General Dou-
glas MacArthur porque "la cau-
sa de la paz, mundial es ma
importante que cualquier indi-
viduo".
Al referirse, durante su dis-
curso por radio anoche, a laa
razones para sustituirlo dijo
que "un nmero de sucesos han
hecho que el General MacAr-
i thur no conviniera con esa po-.
ltlca. He. por lo tanto, const-.
derado esencial relevar al Ge-i
neral MacArthur para qae no
haya duda o confusin en cuan- <
to al verdadero propsito y ob-i
jetivo de nuestra poltica". '
Dijo que considera que Mas
Arthur "es uno de nuestro i
ms grandes Jefes militares" y'
que lo destituy "con mi ma-'
yor sentimiento personal".
Refirise especficamente a la'
peticin del General de tener'
manos libres para bombardear!
las bases comunistas en Man-,
churla y usar las fuerzas na-,
cionallstas de Chiang Kai ShelCi
para abrir un segundo frenta i
en el continente chino. Dijo,
Truman que "de hacer esa.
cosas correramos el gravsimo'
riesgo de comenzar la guerra
general" y que nada seria msi
grato para Mosc "que nuestra1
fuerzas militares se empearan'
en una guerra a toda escala'
con la China Roja.
Agreg Truman, con toda
franqueza, que una mayor ac-
tividad comunista puede pro-,
pagar la guerra en el Extremo (
Oriente y que el pueblo norte- (
americano se pregunta por qui
las fuerzas de las Naciones U- i
nldas no bombardean a Man- i
churla y la propia China. Dijo i
como contestacin que si las'
fuerzas democrticas cooperan '
con las nacionalistas chinas en
su desembarco en el Continente
"correran el gravsimo riesgo'
de comenzar una guerra gene-!
ral", y que "si tal cosa sucedie-.
ra habramos provocado la si-
tnaetoo exacta que estamos tra- .
tando de evitar".
Despus de subrayar que la>
fuersas del mundo libre ere-1
cen de dia en da, el Presi- i
dente dijo a los comunista'
orientales que seran "ternera-'
rios si ampliaran las hostlllda- '
des ms all de Corea", agre- '
gando que comprendiendo esto'
las autoridades comunistas po- '
drlan comprender "lo lnsensa- ',
to de continuar su agresin". i
Al mismo tiempo abri laa.
puertas para la paz al decir
"puede entonces ser posible una i
solucin pacfica. La puerta
siempre est abierta. Entonces
podremos lograr una solucin
en Corea que no comprometa
los principio y proposito da
las Naciones Unidas".
En los ltimos prrafo de -'
su discurso dijo que se vio
toreado a relevar a MacArthur
porque ste, al parecer, no es-
taba de acuerdo con esta po-
ltica y que tena que evitar
todo cuanto pudiera inclinar "a
duda o confusin en cuanto a
io verdaderos propsitos y ob-
jetivos de nuestra poltica".


JUEVES, ABRIL l. 1M1
B. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
AGINA SIETB
SOCIALES DE COLON
Par lUDIlU BLRTON'JINl
Apartad* 35 Apartado ItM
Del Club Interaenerreano
de Maleras, Coln
Para celebrar el Da Pan-
American o, el Club Inter-
Arnericana de Mujeres, Capitulo
de Coln, ofrece el da 14 de
los corrientes de 8 8 p.m. en
el edificio del club, situado en
Avenida Melndez y Calle 8.
una recepcin y asistirn to-
das las sociae con sus esposos.
A este acto social se han In-
vitado todas las autoridades de
la Zona del Canal y de Pana-
m, asi como el Cuerpo Consu-
lar acreditado en sta.
la Hayde Herrara, hija; del
hogar formado por don Inda-
lecio Herrera y seora Digna
de Herrera. Que celebre muchos
ms llenos de felicidad.
Cumpleaos de maana
En el dia de maana suma
un ao ms de. vida la seora
Carolina Camacho. Hasta Por-
tobelo en donde reside, le ha-
cemos llegar nuestras felicita-
ciones de cumpleaos.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que reciba maana viernes la
seora Olida C. de Rosana,
con motivo de su cumpleaos,
agregamos las nuestras muy
cordiales.
.Felicitamos a la nia Car-
men Jan, hija de don Jos
Jan y seora Carmen T. de
Jan, quien maana ajusta un
ao mas de vida.
Tambin celebra maana vier-
nes sus natales' la nrlta Marie-
Del Club Rotarlo
En la sesin-comida que ce-
lebra el Club Rotarlo de Cris-
tbal, Coln, en el Club de
Extranjeros hoy al medio dia
con motivo del Dia de las Ame-
ricas que se conmemora el 14
del presente mes, asistirn co-
mo Invitados todos los cnsules
acreditados de los pases ame-
ricanos ante, el Gobierno de
Panam.
En esta reunin el seor don
Alfonso Ouzmn Len, Emba-
jador de la hermana Repblica
de Costa Rica otorgar el pri-
mer premio al estudiante Harry
Compton, agraciado por el me-
jor ensayo literario escrito en
el concurso "Pan Americano",
auspiciado por los Rotarlos, ha-
biendo participado en este con-
curso representantes de los 21
pases del Hemisferio Occiden-
tal y alumnos del colegio se-
cundarlo de Cristbal.
Otros premios valiosos y de
mencin honorfica sern en-
tregados a los alumnos Alber-
to Attia, Tom Kelly, Jimmy
Doyle, quienes escribieron so-
bre Colombia, Haiti y Chile res-
pectivamente.
Rusia bloquea los
esfuerzos para el
desarme mundial
PARIS, Abril 12 (U8IS)El
mundo no ha llegado a la meta
de la reduccin de armamentos
debido a "los obstculos que ha
opuesto la Unin Sovitica, par-
ticularmente en las Naciones
Unidas", declar el embajador
extraordinario Phillip Jessup,
quien representa a los Estados
Undos en la reunin de los vice
Cancilleres de Francia, Reino
Unido Estados Unidos y la
Unin Sovitica. Los vicecanci-
lleres estn tratando de arre-
glar un temario apropiado pa-
ra una posible reunin de mi-
nistros de relaciones exteriores.
an la 28a. reunin de vice-
cancilleres, Jessup habl en res-
puesta a los cargos soviticos
sobre la actitud de los Estados,
Unidos con respecto al desar-
me. Dijo que la remocin de los
obstculos a la paz mundial es
la verdadera prueba de feC coope-
racin internacional.,
"Sugerimos" dijo "que los cua-
tro ministros aborden esta tarea
y traten de hallar una solucin.
y lo que estamos deseosos de sa-i
ber es si la Unin Sovitica se >
niega a hacerle frente a la ta-,
rea o se desea confrontarla con'
los ministros de las otras tres
potencias.____________.________
est laborado
La Preferida en Todo ti Mundo
Prep. IbUI. Ptaaarr. Caffr. 1H0 Bordas Ce>.
Los cancilleres
rendirn tributo
a F. D. Roosevelt
NUEVA YORK, Abril 12 (UP)
La delegacin especial desig-
nada por la Conferencia de Can-
cilleres en Washington rendir
tributo a la memoria de Rooser
velt hoy cuando se depositar
una corona de flores en la tum-
ba del ex-Presldente en el Jar-
din de su histrica residencia en
Hyde Park.
El tributo fu dispuesto al
aprobarse por aclamacin una
mocin Boliviana en este sen-
tido durante los primeros das
de la reunin de consulta.
Formarn parte de la dele-
gacin : Pedro Zllvetl Arce. Can-
ciller de Bolivia; Neftal Ponce.
Canciller de Ecuador; Roberto
Canessa, Canciller de El Salva-
dor; Joao Carlos Muiz, Em-
baajdor del Brasil ante Tas Na-
ciones Unidas en representacin
de Canciller Joao Neves de Fon-
toura, y Luis Machado, Emba-
jador de Cuba en Washington,
representando al Canciller Er-
nesto Dihigio. Todos Irn acom-
paados por sus seoras.
Despus de una ceremonia
sencilla ante la tumba de Roo-
sevelt, los Integrantes de la de-
legacin almorzarn con la te-
ora viuda de Roovelt. regre-
sando a Nueva York a las 3 de
la tarde.
No ser obligatoria
la instruccin militar
resuelve el Congreso
WASHINGTON, Abril 12 (UP)
La Cmara de Representante
desoy la exhortacin de ltima
hora del Secretarlo de Defensa
George Marshall y vot en con-
tra de establecer por ahora el
plan de Instruccin militar
obligatoria.
En varias votaciones nomina-
les la Cmara aprob una se-
rie de enmiendas al proyecto de
adiestramiento general que de-
jan al programa de instruccin
sobre base provisional, hacien-
do necesario la aprobacin de
otra ley cuando el Congreso de-
dica-si llega a decldlrlo-que en-
tre en vigor
Maana se someter a vota-
cin una propuesta del Dem-
crata Graham A. Barden que
puede significar que se deseche
totalmente el proyecto. Barden
propone retener solamente las
TOKIO, abril 12. (UP). La
infantera de seis naciones a-
liadas siguieron adelante nue-
vamente en el frente de ba-
talla norcoreano, cuando el
tiempo invernal permiti lot
ataques areos y los bombar-
deos de artillera contra la li-
nea de defensa de los comu-
nistas. .
La infantera aliada us ba-
yonetas y granadas para abrir
brechas en la principal lnea
de defensa comunista en los
frentes central y occidental a-
yer, pero fueron detenidos en
algunos puntos cerca de Yon-
gong y Yonchon por los rojos
que se encontraban atrinchera-
dos en las nevadas montaas.
Los comunistas se encuen-
tran debidamente atrinchera-
dos y aparentemente estn dis-
puestos pagar caro para de-
tener el avance aliado, tenien-
do d su lado ayer la lluvia
y el granizo que los protega
de los ataques areos y hacan
dlficlL hacer blanco con loe ca-
ones.
En el extremo oriental la
infantera surcoreana continua-
ba avanzando sin oposicin y
se ha informado que han lo-
grado entrar en Kansong a 28
millas al Norte del Paralelo.
En el extremo occidental, sin
embargo, los rojos chinos estn
movilizando batallones hacia el
Sur a travs del Paralelo den-
tro de una cua en surcorea a
lo largo del Mar Amarillo que
todava controlan los rojos.
Ser exhibido un
documental de
derechos humanos
En el Departamento de Cultu-
ra y Publicidad se nos inform
! que segn el plan que est ela-
i borando de pinturas sobre los
derechos humanos enviados por
1 la Unesco, todas las escuelas se-
rn obligadas a presenciar este
! documental de la lucha del hom-
i bre, para obtener tus ms caros
derechos desde las poca pri-
' mltivas hasta los ms recientes
1 derechos sociales y del trabajo.
En el plan, todas las escuelas
I de la capital visitarn gradual-
i mente la exposicin, la cual se-
r llegada posteriormente a Co-
i ln y finalmente recorrer to-
{ das las escuelas de la Repbli-
ca.
p |, u________-------------1-----------
partes correspondientes a la
disminucin de la edad militar
de 10.a 18 aos y medio y ex-
tender el periodo de servicio de
21 a 28 meses.
Las tropas norteamericanas y
turcas que ,luchan hombro con
hombro en el frente occidental
lograron avanzar hacia el Nor-
te del Ro Hantann al Sur de
Yonchon, en donde ayer en-
contraron "una slida muralla"
La Ca. No. 2 reta en
soft a la No. 4 para j
el prximo domingo
La Compaa No. 2 del Cuer-
po de Bomberos de Panam, re-
ta por este medio a la Compa-
a No. 4, para ud partido amis-
toso de softball que ha de cele-
brarse en el cuadro del Artes y
Oficios de la Corretera Transst-
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das para arrojar a lo defen-
sores comunistas de sus trin
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PAGINA S
rf. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES. ABRIL U, 1151
Los tres
defendern
Juegan Coln-Cocl,
punteros del VIII Campeonato Nal.
colocacin y el invicto
su
mnna.
SSELA polica conquisto el
, Chiriqu Herrera CAMPEONATO DE SOFTBALL
AL VENCER AL PTICA SOSA
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, Chitr
G. P. Pje.
Coci ..............t e .oeo
Herrera ............ t 0 1000
Panam ............... 1 0 1.000
Chiriqu ........... 2 1 .667
Darin ................ 1 1 .500
Los Santos.........1 2 .333
Bocas del Toro ___1 2 .333
Coln ............. 0 1 .000
San Blas .............. 1 .000
Veraguas .......... 0 2 .000
Juegos de Hoy
B. DEL TORO vs SAN BLAS
COLON v- VERAGUAS
PANAMA vs DARIEN
Partidos de Maana
COLON vs COCLE
PANAMA vs LOS SANTOS
CHIRIQU vs HERRERA
CHITRE. Abril 12 (Por S. Ival-
<1iLos tres equipos que mar-
chan empatados e invictos en el I
comando del VII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
Coclc. Herrera y Panam defen-
dern maana su colocacin y
ri honor de seguir con el mxi-
mo de puntuacin.
Los coclesanos tendrn un di-
fcil rival en el equipo de Co-
ln. Panam tendr que andar
con cuidado y no descuidarse
porque los santeos se han pre-
sentado muy peligrosos este ao
y pueden muy bien sorprender
a los capitalinos.
Y en el partido de mayor atrae
ci'in en el programa de maana
se medirn rhiricanos y herre-
ranos que se esnera resultar
una contienda reidsima y sen-
sacional.
Darin, Chiriqu y Herrera
ganaron los partidos de ayer
en el Campeonato de Baseball
CHITRE, Abril 12 (Corres-
ponsal Especial)La novena del
Darin despus de llegar en la
madrugada a esta ciudad se pre-
sent ocho horas despus al Es-
tadio "Rico Cedeo-' para cum-
plir su compromiso y alcanzar
una resonante victoria frente a
San Blas por anotacin de 3
carreras a 0.
El lanzador Jos Ortega gui
al Darin a esta victoria permi-
tiendo solamente dos incogibles
a los machis, recibiendo una
gran ayuda del cuadro y no con-
ceder ninguna base por bolas. .
Chiriqu venci a Bocas del Toro
El equipo de Chiriqu respal-
dado por los lanzamientos de A.
Chvez quien entr de relevo en
el primer acto por D. Hernn-
dez, venci a Bocas del Toro por,
pizarra de 5 carreras a 3.
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
La novena Telfono Autom-
tico venci apretadamente a la
nieiorada novena Planta Elctri-'
ca Dor anotacin de 7 carreras'
a 5, en la continuacin de la |
Segunda Vuelta del Campeonato
Interno de Bola Suave, que pa-
trocina la Empresa Fuerza y
L"'
Una vez ms .so ha pmsto de
m"ni"l-ilo que en el juego de
pelota o hay contrarios chicos
ni grandes, va que en este par-
tido los Elctricos le dieron una
dura batalla a los favoritos Te-
lefonistas, los cuales tuvieron i
one extenderse a fondo para'
triunfar. Ambos conjuntos ba-!
toaron 10 incogibles. resultando'
lanzador ganador C. Maestre, |
estrella de su equipo y lder de
los lanzadores en este Campeo-
nato con 7 victorias consecuti-'
vas. En este partido los mucha-
chas de la Planta Demostraron
tenem mucham s energa elc-
trica en sus brazos y
por -su gran habilidad
mostraron en la ofensiva y de-
fensiva, pero a la falta de mu-
cho ms coordinacin y discipli-
na en las Jugadas, desperdicia-
ron un gran trunfo; carg con
la amarga derrota despus de
haber desarrollado una gran
faena el lanzador estrella Cyrl
Dacosta.
Hov al as 4.30 p.m. se enfren-
tan los equipos Garage y Alma-
cn vs Oficina General, de acuer
do con el calendarlo del Torneo
de bola suave, en el campo de-
portivo de Paltilla.
I Selecta pas al
comando del torneo
Duran de bolos
EL ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Los chlrlcanos bien guiados
por Flix Frutos empataron las
acciones y ganaron en una gran
atropellada. El lanzador Chvez
reect 14 ponches. R. Johnson
fu el lanzador perdedor.
Herrera contina invicto
Al iniciarse el tercer juego
y ltimo del da entre las nove-
nas de Herrera y Los Santos el
Estadio Rico Cedeo se encon-
traba repleto de fanticos.
Los herreranos aprovecharon
desde el comienzo el descontrol
del lanzador abridor de Los
Santos, H. Muoz, que concedi
dos bases por bolas seguidas y
se aseguraron el desafo con cin-
co carreras.
El lanzador J. M. Gonzlez
lanz toda la distancia por He-
rrera y conedl tres hits, mien-
tras que Velasco permita cinco
incogibles
Los herreranos que se mantie-
nen invictos en este torneo se
Una multitud
presenci este
gran partido
Rudy Prince en el ltimo
episodio sac la bola y
dio el triunfo por 3-2
Por BETO TEJADA
El conjunto representativo de
la Polica Nacional se titul
Campen de la Justa Social de
Softball de 1951, al superar ayer
tarde en Santa Rita, ante la
mayor concurrencia que ha asis-
tido a ese campo de juegos, al
ptica Sosa por 3 a 2. Fue un
partido sumamente reido en
el cual los lanzadores Luis Wal-
ker del Sosa y Chester de Souza
de la Policia haban ofrecido
una brillante labor. El partido
estaba empatado a dos carreras,
con dos outs y bateando la Poli-
cia la segunda mitad del spti-
mo y ltimo episodio cuando
Rudy Prince, un muchacho que
anexaron el desafio por anota- p^ al rededor de 300 libras que
Pnti rl> B no t*(i*a* en m aMhuui I P! ...
Un Lasernista
Deportes a Granel
r.r KKDEME
Decamos anoche por la
Red Panamericana
Los fanticos estn siguiendo
con inters todos los pormeno-
res del Clsico "Polica Nacln-
nal" que se celebrar el prxi-
mo domingo en la vieja cancha
sabanera.
Hoy jueves se dar a conocer
la lista definitiva de los compe-
tidores de esta gran prueba cl-
sica, ya que hoy los propietarios
pagarn el resto de las inscrip-
ciones y pondrn los Jinetes que
guiarn a sus pencos en esta
prueba.
La prueba debe resultar sen-
sacional en todos sus tramos y
ser sobre una distancia de
2,100 metros y por un premio
de 2.000 balboas.
En esta ocasin por vez pri-
celebradas en Juan Franco casi
siempre se aparece un paloloco
3ue defrauda las aspiraciones
t los burreros.
El Stud Blue b White y el
Stud Cantagallo tendrn una
rivalidad en este clasico y en el
Presidente de la Repblica. En
esta ocasin Osear Ghitis ha
inscrito a Plnard y Dictador. To-
o Angulzola a Begonia y Royal
Coup.
BUENOS AIRES, Abril-Un
Club de 7utbol se ha mostrado
interesado en conseguir el de-
lantero De Lucca que milita en
el Club Chacarita Jrs. Las ges-
tiones se han Iniciado por un
total de 80.000 pesos.
clon de 8 carreras a 0. El equipo
santeo se present muy err-
tico y su cuadro cometi la frio-
lera de ocho errores.
Este pinturero pase cuya crea-
cin se atribuye a Mauricio de
la Serna es uno de los ms usa-
dos en el toreo moderno y tie-
ne gran aceptacin por lo vis-
toso y expuesto.
Nunca podramos verlo reali-
zar sin recordar el "Berrendito"
Luis Procuna que con su garbo
y gitanera arranca frenticos
fritos de las gargantas de las
multitudes, cuando se cie al
astado y lo pasa con los pies
-5#i*
clavados en la arena como una
magnifica estatura de seda y
oro.
El pase se inicia citando el to
ro de frente con la muleta a un
lado del diestro con el cuerpo
descubierto. Cuando el "bicho"
se arranca el torero le adelanta
levemente la paosa y lo pren-
de en ella iniciando un pequeo
movimiento hacia atrs en la
direccin del viaje del toro has-
ta dejarlo pasar barriendo los
lomos.
mera chocarn dos de los ms
grandes corredores de Juan
Franco. Son ellos nada menos
que el crack ROYAL COUP y el
pupilo del Stud Blue t White
DICTADOR que se encuentra
Invicto en nuestro hipdromo
despus de una campaa exitosa
que lo condujo hasta la clase
"B" Dictador an cuando nun-
ca ha corrido contra Royal Coup
ha demostrado ser un ejemplar
de gran porvenir en nuestro
medio por lo cual se augura
que ahora que el hijo de Coup de
ROMA, Abril Los argentinos
Fanglo Gonzlez y Schelm par-
ticiparn en la gran prueba au-
tomovilara de las "MU Millas"
que tendr lugar el 29 de abril
prximo.
CHICAGO, AbrilEl campen
mundial de pesos pesados, Ez-
zard Charles pondr en juego su
titulo ante el campen mundial
de pesos semipesados, Joey Ma-
xim. Los contratos fueron lr-
15 .625
Mike ............ 21 15 .538
martini ............ 15 .5561
Entrometidos .... IX 18 .500
IX 18 .500
T. Tropical ....... 16 20 .444
20 .444
15 21 .421
C. Vieja ......... 22 .4*5
Monlezuma y CCC
juegan esta noche en
el soflball comercial
La Liga Comercial de Softball
presenta esta noche el partido
entrel os aguerridos muchachos
del Montezuma y los Chlnltos
del Control del Comejn. Es un
Continuando con xito el tor-'Juego que debe resaltar em'o-
neo de bolos "Caf Duran", la, clonante y movido porque am-
Importadora Selecta venci a- bos equipos tienen oportunidad
noche al Carta Vieja 4 a 0 para de participar en la serle fnal
tomar el comando del torneo. Se, y un descalabro sera un paso
destacaron por la Selecta O. Me- | tras para las asplraclone de los
reno y E. Cucaln con series de conjuntos.
598 y 545 respectivamente.
Las anotaciones fueron:
vino a sustituir como emergen-
te a Asthon White y teniendo la
cuenta en dos strikes y dos bo-
las, sac el lanzamiento de Wal-
ker por la muralla del jardn
derecho de cuadrangular para
dejar en el campo al ptica
Sosa, y lograr la Policia otro ti-
tulo de "Campen" en la tem-
porada Social de Softball, con-
tando en esta ocasin con riva-
les de muchos quilates, como fu
el ptica Sosa. Una Jugada de
doble-matanza, verificada de
Marcelino de Obaldia a Eustace
Alexander a Jernimo Cole, tarn
bln contribuy mucho al titu-
El Congreso Tcnico del base
ball se inaugura el sbado
CHITRE, Abril 12 (Por S. Ival-
di> El Congreso Tcnico de Ba-
seball Amateur de Panam, se
inaugurar el prximo sbado
14 en esta ciudad con la Repre-
sentacin de Delegaciones de las
nueve Provincias y una Comar-
ca,
El sbado tendr lugar la reu-
nin de apertura a las 9 de la
maana en el Saln de la Al-
calda de Chitr, El domingo se
efectuarn dos sesiones, una en
las horas de la maana y la otra
en las horas de la tarde, que
_, mados ayer en la Comisin de
Lyons le regala peso puede de- boxeo de Illinois,
rrotarlo. No obstante nosotros ______
no nos atrevemos a adelantar!
conjeturas sobre esta carrera,! BUENOS AIRES, AbrilEn
ya que en las pruebas de aliento una conversacin mantenida por
el dirigente de Asociacin del
Ftbol Argentino con el dirigen-
te brltnco Stanley Rous, ste
asegur que de cualquer ma-
nera vendr a Buenos Aires un
team Ingls para retribuir la vi-
sita del seleccionado argentino.
Segn conversaciones con los
Delegados al Prximo Congreso
Tcnico, se sentarn las bases
fijas de los prximos Campeo-
natos nacionales de Baseball,
para terminar con las Irregula-
ridades de los mismos.
lado de la Policia, ya que con
dos outs despus de esa Jugada sera la de clausura.
le conectaron dos incogibles
continuos a De Souza. La Policia
Jug al igual que el ptica Sosa
una pelota de calidad, y el fac-
tor suerte como fu el cuadran-
gular de Rudy Prince contri-
buy a que se coronaran Cam-
peones.
Wright
Chlari
Rennert
Cucaln
piernas,! Moreno
que de-
SELECTA
188 138
148 178
129 153
180 177
194 200
143
152
166
188
201
487
478
448
545
598
83 844 853 2536
Icaza .-
Samaniego
Soto
Caprlles
Hilbert
CARTA VIEJA
135 159 176
135
178
146
110
129
170
133
123
173
123
116
118
470
437
471
395
351
704 714 706 2124
Handicap 37 37 37 111
Juego de esta noche:
CHO vs MARTINZ.
Pl'NO-
Anoche el Fiduciario se impu-
so al Hudson, subiendo un es-
caln ms hacia la serle final
y los Automovilistas del Packard
a los muchachos del Bush por
14-9 que quedan en tercer lu-
gar con esta derrota.
Campana se impuso
ampliamente a
Cermeo en baseball
CAMPANA, Abril 12Demos-
trando marcada superioridad, el! gundo. Jos A. Remn y A Va-
NOTAS DEL VIII
CAMPEONATO
Queremos por medio de esta
plana felicitar a los muchachos
del conjunto Polica por el bri-
llante xito logrado, en forma
especial a sus Jugadores Jerni-
mo Cole, E. Alexander, Too
Caate, M. Obaldia, A. Smith,
Ch. de Souza, R. Prince A. Whi-
te, A. Arlain, A. Paredes, R.
Thompson y dems, como tam-
bin a sus fieles acompaantes
en la serle final como lo fueron
los Comandantes Primero y 8e-
equlpo de este lugar derrot al
conjunto de Cermeo por diez
a cero en siete entradas en el
partido que sostuvieron ltima-
mente.
A pesar del score el encuen-
tro result animado, ofreciendo
los perdedores resistencia en to-
do momento.
llarlno, al igual
T. Melndez.
que el Mayor
Um la locin para despus de afeitarse
tjut ms te vende en el mundo.
Ustad pueda ofrendarle floras ... besar su mano .. alogiar
la elegancia de su vestido ... pero la manera ms tegura para
conquistar al corazn de una mujer ea lucir siempre de lo
mejor. Por eso en todas partea ms y ms hombres usan
Aqua Velva. Aqua Velva refresca el rostro, tonifica y estimula
la piel. Y su aroma grato y fresco le complace tanto a ella
i a usted! Uae siempre Aqua Velva despus da la afeitada.
Social Deportiva
Enviamos nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones al entusiasta de-
portista ALEJANDRO "Cua Cua"
GARRIDO, que celebra hoy su
cumpleaos.
El amigo A. Garrido es miem-
bro del Club Dep. Pacifico, Ju-
gador de Softball y Basketball
y un decidido cooperador de
nuestro deporte.
El "5" Temblor gan
el primer juego de la
serie final de Antn
AtTON, Abril 1J (Por A. CH/I
En un movido encuentro el
Deportivo Temblor venci al De-
portivo Compa por anotacin de
40 a 33, en el primer juego de
la serle final de tres por la su-
premaca del Torneo de Verann
de la Liga de Basketball de An-
tn.
El Dep. Temblor tuvo que ex-
tenderse a fondo para lograr
imponerse a sus aguerridos ri-
vales que lucharon en todo mo-
mento por la victoria.
Se destacaron Risita Snchez
con 22 puntos por los ganado-
res y Timo Gonzlez con 9 tan-
tos por el Deportivo Compa.
CHITRE, Abril 12 (Por S. Ival-
di)Con marcado entusiasmo se
est desarrollando el VIII Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur en esta ciudad, y to-
dos los das especialmente en
los Juegos de la tarde, asiste
buena concurrencia. En el par-
tido del lunes pasado entre He-
rrera y Veraguas, el Estadio Ri-
co Cedeo se llen en su totali-
dad. Tambin estuvo repleto en
el Juego de ayer entre Herrera
y Los Santos, y se estima que
cada vez que juegue el equipo
de Herrera, el Estadio tendr; un
lleno completo.
Para conocimientos de los
aficionados damos a continua-
cin las Comisiones encargadas
y nombradas por el Comit Or-
fanlzador del VIII Campeonato.
nauguracln y Cluasura
Manuel Jos Hurtado, Manuel
Celern, Cervantes Botello, Ar-
mando Luna.
Alimentacin
Elseo Cedeo, Ramn B. Cas-
tillero R., Alvlades Moscoso, Ro-
dolfo M. Solis.
Estadio
Manuel Jos Hurtado, Manuel
Celern, Julio Botello, Francis-
co Rodrguez, Carlos Burke.
Hospedaje
Pablo Dios, Dagoberto Burgos,
Carmelo Spadafora, Francisco
Botello.
Servicios Mdicos
Dr. Venancio Villarreal, Dra.
Franco y Practicante, Luis E.
Saucedo.
Taquilla
Elseo Cedeo, Roberto Villarreal
El Club Dep. Pacfico
ofrece el 14 festival
bailable en el Balboa
El popular Club Deportivo Pa-
cifico, continuando con su Pro-
grama de actividades sociales
deportivas del presente ao, ofre
cera el sbado un festival bai-
lable en el Jardn Balboa, de la
siete y media de la noche en
adelante.
Dos orquestas, actuaciones de
conocidos artistas nacionales y
extranjeros, sorpresas, atencio-
nes, ambiente sano y alegre, se
encuentra entre los puntos del
programa que estn laborando
los pacifistas para el sbado en
la noche en el Balboa.
Camellos y Alemn
se dispulan esta
larde el 3er. lugar
Por H. E. TEJADA
Esta tarde se disputan el ter-
cer lugar de la justa social de
Softball, los equipos Alemn Jr.
y Camellos, choque que se veri-
ficar en el campo de Santa
Rita a las 4.30 p.m.
La Liga de acuerdo con los
representantes de los dos equi-
pos antes aludidos acord dis-
putar el trofeo del tercer lugar
en el choque de esta tarde.
El lunes clausurar la liga
Social su temporada con la en-
trega de premios, siendo los si-
guientes:
Campen, Policia Nacional.
SubCampen ptica Sosa.
Tercer lugar el ganador de
esta tarde, recibiendo
Sremlos, George Reveneau, Tro-
eo Jahtzen" por ser el cam-
LONDRES. AbrUla Federa-
cin de ftbol de Inglaterra re-
cibi ayer un telegrama de la
Federacin argentina que afir-
ma que el equipo nacional ar-
gentino visitar a Londres co-
mo estaba prevsto el 9 de Mayo
para enfrentarse en Wembley al
equipo Ingls.
Santiago y Anin
medirn fuerzas en
basketball el sbado
pen bate, Luis Walker del So-
sa, el jugador ms valioso "Tro-
feo" A. Maduro, Clagel Lashley
el jugador ms caballeroso, y
mencin honorfica por ser los
ms valiosos de sus equipos,
Tudor del Alemn Jr., G. Rave-
neau, Alemn Jr. Fermn Casta-
eda del Camel, Jernimo Cole,
de la Polica.
El Juego de entrega de pre-
mios ser dedicado a Felipe
Motta, Presidente de la Justa
que lanzar la primera bola, es-
tando el choque a cargo de la
Policia Nacional, Campen y las
"Estrellas de la Social".
ANTON, Abril 12Un Cmbl-
tambln | nado de la Liga Antonera de
Basketball viajar el sbado a
Santiago en las primeras horas
de la tarde con el fin de soste-
ner un partido amistoso con el
equipo Mario Augusto de dicha
ciudad.
Los antoneros estn practican
do con todo esmero para ofrecer
una lucida actuacin en la ca-
pital de Veraguas, ya que los
santiagueos estn considerados
como buenos canasteros.
Al frente de
antonera ir el
la Delegacin
entusiasta de-
Krtista y cronista deportivo, Al-
rto Chong. Fiscal de la Liga
de Basketball de Antn.
Los seores Delegados deben
dirigirse para cualquier infor-
macin o Servicio relacionado
con los diversos aspectos del
Campeonato, a los miembros de
la Comisin respectiva. Pueden
valerse para ello de su corres-
pondiente ATTACHE, que cons-
tituir el punto de contacto en-
tre las delegaciones y el Comit
Organizador.
Oficina Permanente del Comit
Organizador, Alcalda Municipal.
Vd. quiere decir de White Horse!
No todos los caballos on de sangre pura, tampoco no todo el whisky
procede de Escocia. Si sabe sprecisx lo que es excelente en este
mundo paladee el sabor rico y suave de su whisky White Horse,
De dnde haba de venir sino de Escoda, cuna del whisky Escocs ,
donde la Naturaleza y el hombre te han combinido para dar vida al
licor de los licores. White Horse es miembro permanente de los mejores
clubs sociales y deportivos, husped bienvenido en todos los convites
y tertulias y mora ea todas las casas distinguidas. As es que debe ser
su perferido. Pdalo por su nombre.
WHITE HORSE Whisky Escocs
Un grato recuerdo un placer verlo de nuevo
Dirtri
Uli........nfr COMPAA CYRNOS S^A.. COLON * PANAMA


JUEVES, ABRIL 12, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
GINE NUIVi
El levantamiento de pesas en los 1 ros.
Juegos Panamericanos de Buenos Aires
Por Leopoldo de Len 8.
Son dos cosas principales que
hacen rico a un pas, el cultivo
de la tierra y la cultura de su
pueblo.
Argentina es un ejemplo de
riqueza en el mundo, porque
all estas dos cosas existen en
gran proporcin. Ojal nuestra
patria se mirara en ese espejo
y siguiera su ejemplo, en esos
aspectos.
Este pas con los Juegos depor-
tivos panamericanos logr el xl
to extraordinario de fraternidad
a 22 naciones americanas, de-
mostrando una vez ms con
este hecho trascedental, la elec-
tividad del deporte, para vincu-
lo
TROPICAL
' HOY!
1:M, 2:56, 4:55, 6:55, 9:00 p.m.
LANA TURNER
su primera pelcula
en dos aos!
La historia
de
Lily Jones
la
muchacha
que
conquist
Nueva York,
en realidad
vivi como
quiso!...
M-G-M presente
UNA RAY
TURNER MILLAND
-- en -
PAGINA DE
MI VIDA
!*
TOM EWELL LOUIS CALHERN
ANN DVORAK BARRY SULLIVAN
MARGARET PHILLIPS
JEAN HACEN
A Metro-Go!dryiilr)rtf Picture
Adems: Un Corto de
TOM & JERREY
lar la cordialidad y hermandad
entrel os pueblos.
El deporte, que es una ramifi-
cacin de la cultura, como l
es la msica la pintura, la lite-
ratura etc., llen su cometido
al uslonar todos estos pueblos
en una singular fraternidad.
El da 2 de Marzo a las 9 a.m.
en el Teatro Casino de Buenos
Aires se dio comienzo a las
competencias de Levantamiento
de pesas con las categoras ga-
llo y pluma (123 y 132 lbs.) ante
un lleno completo de fanticos
de este deporte, Los Jueces y Ar-
bitros escogidos eran de reco-
nocida reputacin Internacional
Bob Hoffman de EU Ral Mar-
tnez de Argentina, Lionel 8oo-
monga de Trinidad, Hugo Banda
de Mxico, Leopoldo de Len de
Panam, R. Ambrolse de Haiti.
Amoldo Florani de Per, Cid
HOY!
EN EL
CECILIA
PROGRAMA DE DOBLE
ATRACCIN, PARA EL FIN
DE SEMANA!
El drama de un
rudo corredor de
autos... Y una in-
quieta periodista
que lo pone en
Jaque

M-G-M
presenta a
Ciarle
GABLE
con
Brbara
STANWYCK
"MIEDO DE AMAR"
(To Please A Lady)
- Adems: -
Juventud rebosante... Gracio-
sas aventuras I... Nostlgicas
escenas colegiales!... Una pe-
lcula dirigida al corazn a
travs del recuerdoI...
"Lo Escuela de la Vida"
Los Leones de La
Chorrera vencieron
al Villa Aguilar
por N. 8. EAMBRANO
En un Juego que result ple-
no de Jugadas sensacionales y
de errores se impusieron Los
Leones de la Chorrera al De-
portivo Villa Aguilar por la
anotacin de 23 carreras a 30
el Domingo en la maana en
el cuadro de Buena Vista de
la Chorrera.
Las huestes de Los Leones
cumplieron su palabra de ir
reforzados tanto en batera co-
mo en direccin. Jugando bajo
el entusiasmo de su coach
Subteniente Pablo Madrid no
respetaron bola que pasaba so-
bre el "home plate".
Sobresalieron por Los Leones
de la Chorrera Toms Herrera
con 7-6. Minuto con 5-4 y Si-
men Gonzlez con 7-5, en la
batera, adems tuvieron bue-
na actuacin el gringo Louis
en el robo de bases, el cholo
Tapia como gran receptor y
Roberto Moreno como lanza-
dor, aunque a veces las pas
muy negras.
El Juego final de esta se-
rle de softball ser para el do-
mingo 22 de Abril en el Cam-
po de Matuna, en el cual es-
peramos que se Juegue softball
y no basket ball.
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
Pacheco del Brasil, y Rodolfo
Rizzo de la Argentina. El Jura-
do de apelacin se form con
los seores Dietrich Wortman,
vlce-resldente de la Federacin
Internacional Halterophlle, el
Capitn Enrique Borbonet de
Cuba y Carlos Galvarlni de Ar-
gentina.
En medio de prolongados
aplausos desfilaron en el esce-
narlo los atletas de las dos di-
visiones: de las 123 lbs. Kennet
Usmeneta del Per, M. E. Salas
Maravilla de Mxico, Joe Deple-
tro de los E.U. ngel Faml-
gliettl de Panama, Simn Lacer-
na de 1 Argentina y Jos Crespo
Dodriguez de Cuba. En la cate-
gora de 132 lbs. J. Chariot de
Hait, Rodney Wlllkies de Trini-
dad, Ramn Valverde del Per,
Alvares Belmonte de Mxico, Ri-
chard Greenwalt de E.U., Alfon-
so Florentino de Argentina. En
la categora pluma Joe Depletro
de los E.U., maravill a la con-
currencia con una alzada a pul-
so (press) con 220 lbs. coronn-
dose campen de esta divisin
con un total de 621 lbs. des-
compuestos asi: a pulso 220 lbs.
arranque (snatch) 176 envin
(C&J) 22S lbs, total 621 lbs. En
segundo lugar clasific Jos Ro-
drguez de Cuba, con 181 lbs a
pulso (press), 171 lbs, arranque
i Snatch i y 225 lbs de envin
(C&J> total 577 lbs. De tercero
se clasific Salas Maravilla de
Mxico con 154 lbs a pulso
(press) 176 arranque (snatch)
y 236 en envin (CAW) total 566
lbs. Nuestro compaero ngel
Famlgliettl lleg en el sexto lu-
gar con un total de 533 lbs; Fa-
mlgliettl en las competencias de
Guatemala conquist el sub-
Campeonato en esta Divisin
con un total de 580 lbs. un las-
timn en una rodilla lo priv
de una posible clasificacin y
una mejor presentacin.
(Continuar)
TEXA8. Abril (UP)Los Bra-
vos anotaron 8 carreras a Vlc
Raschi, con 12 lncoglbles en sie-
te entradas para derrotar a los
Yankees por 8 a 4. Earl Tor-
geson encabez el ataque de los
Bravos con Jonrn. El piloto de
los Yankees Stengel Casey, fu
expulsado del parque por tratar
de agredir al arbitro Augle Do-
natefil, tras una discusin sobre
la decisin de ste.
HOY-LUX
. 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 p.m.
GRANDIOSO ESPECTCULO
MUSICAL EN COLORES!.-
Con romance (2) a todo furor!...
Con nmeros a todo lujo!... Con
Estrellas, todas populares!.,.
...Y la WILLIAMS ms deslumbrantt
que nuncaI...
LA SIRENA SE ENAMORA
Tiene ms que cualquiera
musical... Un film para llenar
ns ojos de belles y su co-
rasen de alegra!...
In color by
^
j^tsl TECHNICOLOR
*WME8 OF IDAHO
STAIlINO
HOY JUEVES
3:00 Selecciones de saln
:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:M Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Msica variada
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
8:45 Noticiero Deportivo
por Merel y Aranso
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Mara, de Jorge Isaac
Novela "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Por los Senderos de la
Historia
8:00 Msica bailable
8:30 El Favorito de Hoy
8:45 Melodas hawailanas
9:00 Selecciones de las
zarzuelas
0:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica Sin Palabras
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Buenas noches
MAANA VIERNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 El despertador musical
6:30 Noticiero RPA
7:00 Msica tpica
7:15 Melodias hawailanas
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 La Voz de Hoy
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:0O El Correo del Aire
9:30 El Disloque Musical
10:00 Dedicatorias
11:30 Invitacin al ball*
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano,
Lucho Azcrraga
por Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Comentarios deportivos
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Espaoleras
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias por la Lotera
Nacional.
2:15 Peticiones
3:00 Msica tiplea
3:15 Msica de saln
Nils Kalson gan por
8a. vez la marathn
de esqu en Suecia
ESTOCOLMO La marathn
de esqu de' Suecia. la clsica.'
carrera de Vasa de 85 kilmetros1
se celebr en la Provincia de
Dalecarlia por 28a. vez. Se dis-
putaron la victoria nada menos i
que 431 participantes, saliendo:
vencedor el "Rey del Esqu "Nils,
Karlsson, de Mora, 16 veces,
campen sueco, que gan esta;
carrera por octava vez, en un'
tiempo de 5 horas, 27 minutos
y 20 seg., siete minutos menos
que su principal rival, p. Kovala,
de Finlandia. 50.000 personas, el
mayor nmero de espectadores
hasta ahora registrado en esta i
competicin, presenciaron la lle-
gada a la meta.
Con la Carrera de Vasa culml-!
na la temporada de esqu en
Suecia. Fu instituida en 1922 y
conmemora un episodio drama-
tico de la historia sueca del si-
glo XVI. Cuando en 1520 el no-
ble Gustavo Vasa trat de aban-
donar el territorio sueco como
protesta contra la irresolucin'
de sus compatriotas en defen-.
derse contra los daneses, fu
alcanzado por dos esquiadores
dalecarllanos en Salen, cerca de
la frontera noruega y persuadi-
do por ellos de volver para con-
Dick Wakefield
fue despedido
del Oakland
ANN ARBOR. Michigan, abril
11. (UP). El impetuoso Dick
Wakefleld, ex-Jardinero de los
Tigres y Yanquis, comenz a
buscar empleo diciendo que Ja-
ms volver ft firmar los lla-
mados contratos "por un dlar".
Wakefleld, quien habia acce-
dido a Jugar con el Oakland de
la Liga de la Costa del Paci-
fico por "un dlar" y los gastos"
fue despedido ayer por dicha
novena.
ducir la guerra de liberacin
contra el invasor. El trayecto ac-
tual de la carrera es prctica-
mente idntica al recorrido por
aquellos mensajeros histricos.
CITACIN
El Club Rotarlo de Panam
celebrar su reunin semanal
el Jueves a las 7:30 p.m. en el
Hotel "El Panam". Se espera
la asistencia de todos los
miembros para esta reunin
especial.
GEORGIA, Abril (UP) Ellis
Kinder blanque a los Tigres
de la Liga de Sally, lanzando en
todo el partido para la dar vic-
toria a los Medias Rojas, por
12 a 0, en este partido se lesion
el inicialista Walt Dropo,
Calendario de la
Liga Independiente
de ftbol Infantil
Abril 14
Angellni va Santander
Guayaquil vs Tauros
Pern vs Selecta.
Abril 21
Fuerte 15 vs Independiente
Tauros vs Angellni
Santander vs Pern
Abril 28
Guayaquil vs Fuerte 25
Selecta vs Independiente
Guayaquil vs Pern
Mayo 5
Angellni vs Selecta
Fuerte 25 Santander
Tauros vs Independiente
Mayo 12
Selecta vs Tauros
Fuerte 25 vs Angellni
Pern vs Independiente
Mayo 19
Guayaquil vs Santander
Tauros vs Fuerte 25
Independiente vs Pern
Howle Pollet
puso fin a su
rebelda ayer
HOU8TON, Texas, Abril 11.
(UP). El lanzador Howle
Pollet de los Cardenales puso
fin a su "rebelda" llegando a
un acuerdo sobre su salario
con el dueo de la novena
Fred Saigh tras una conferen-
cia que dur 7 minutos y me-
dio.
La pareja habia librado una
batalla verbal en las ltimas
semanas afirmando ambos quo
no cederan un pice en la
controversia-
Mayo 2
Selecta vs Santander
Guayaquil vs Independiente
Independiente vs Angellni
Junio 2
Santander vs Tauros
Guayaquil vs Selecta
Fuerte 25 vs Pern
ELDORADO
HOY
Sensacional Estreno!
DE
Soaban lo que queran, pero no podan querer lo que
soaban. .. he aqu la historia de. ..
con
Esther Fernndez Roberto Caedo Katy Jurado
FUERON TAN LEJOS, EN SUS SUEOS, QUE
NO PUDIERON REGRESAR...!
Verdica. .. Emocionante. .. Sensacional. ..' Otro xito
de ELDORADO en su Temporada Popular!...
Peligro! Que acecha insaciable EL GAVILN!!!
ESHER WILLIAMS VAN JOHNSON
JOHN LUND

HOY!
PRESIDENTE
Desde la 1:30 p.m.
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
VARIEDADES
El Ritmo Avasallador del MAMBO" con su intrprete genial
MARIA ANTONIETA
PONS
SARA GARCIA
GUSTAVO ROJO
t- Cm I I
ESTHER
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S:renas nrefiere
(Lgte*>
VW1M
PAULA RAYMOND
CONNIE HAINES CLINTON SUNDBEI8
*in>guarir* LENA HORNE ELEANOR POWELL
* IIIEIT Z. lEOILUI e-couarw
Htm e> D.-.H7 CM' < l*"t O"
de las Participe en la RIFA de 12 Bellsimos
Vestidos de Bao de mujer
Marca "JANTZEN"
Que se efectuar el LUNES PROXIMO I
^
Pida desde HOY su Boleto para la RIFA
jsn la Taquilla del Teatro!
LA REINA DEL MAMBO
HOY
Estreno de Fin
de Semana!
TEATRO
CENTRAL
HOY
Estreno de Fin
de Semana!
Tandas: 1:15 3:11 5:07 7:03 9:00 p.m.
LIZABETH SCOTT
JANE GREER DENNIS O'KEEFE
3$
MUJERES
i (THE COMN'
COtfANT SHE HtrS)
JUEVES 19 Estreno de "LA CENICIENTA"
MMMaW>
TEATROS
PRESENTAN!
% s &W
CENTRAL
1:15. 8:11, 5:07. 7 :M, :ftO p m._
Llsabeth SCOTT Jane GREER
Dennis O'Keefe, en
"DOS MUJERES
Destruye la felicidad de su mejor
_______imifca traicionndola I
n. LUX
Romntica y diverti-
da comedia musical
en colorea I
F.*thrr WILLIAMS
Van JOHNSON
John LUND
LA SIRENA
SE ENAMORA
(Duchess of Idaho)
con Paula Raymond
BELLA VISTA
El ms espectacular drama da
aventuras llevado a
la pantallal...
Deborah
KERB
Stewart
GRANGER
"LAS MINAS DEL REY
SALOMON"
CECILIA] 06 y
Romntica historia toda velocidad I
Clark GABLE Barbara STANWYCK, en
"MIEDO DE AMAR"
Adems: Dean STOCK WELL, en
"ESCUELA DE LA VIDA"
SI MI'I, TANTAMENTE!
Prf'Hfntc y Variedades
Todo al esplendor del
ritmo de moda...
EL MAMBO", en una
oelicula alegre, dra-
ntlca y sentimental!
MARIA ANTONIETA
PONS
SARA GARCIA
GUSTAVO ROJO
- en -
"Lo Reina del Mambo'
TEATRO CAriTOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO!
B. 200.00 para el Pblico!
A las 6 y 9 p.m.
Adems: "EL SECRETO
DE MAYERLING"
- y -
"LA DIOSA de la SELVA"
TEATRO EDISON
"DONDE TERMINA EL
CAMINO"
"MI Adorable Gngster"
NOCHE DE BANCO!
VICTORIA
Wallace Beery, en
"ASI SON LAS MUJERES"
- e -
"INTERMEZZO RICO''
VISTERMOSA
Gregory Peck
"ALMAS EN LA
HCH.IFRA"


PRGE(S) MISSING
NOT
AVAILABLE
LW 2/66d