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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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PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAY, APRS. 14. 1951
FIVE CENTS
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
business AS USUAL Gen. MacArthur enters his Dal Ichi Building. In Tokyo. Japan, after
hi, rmo^l had been announced. Great crowds turned out to see him. waiting silently in
Ke-Stata nlm So aVptaT.PhSto by NEA-Acme staff photographer Richard C. Ferguson.)
US Plans Biggest Welcome
In History For MacArthur
_
Superforts Got Devil Kicked
Out Of Them' In Yalu Fight
WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)
Russian made MIG-15 jet
fighters Inflicted more damage
on United States Superforts In
Thursday's great air battle over
North Korea than has been ad-
mitted officially.
A highly placed source said to-
day, that the damage was heavy,
and that the Superforts "got the
devil kicked out of them" during
the massive attack on the Yalu
bridge leading from Manchuria
to Sinuiju.
The source believed that one
reason for the heavy damage to
the United States planes was
undoubtedly the restriction pre-
venting their escorting fighters
from flying along the northwest
bank of the river, the side from
which the Red Jet took off.
A general officer said the at-
tack on the Superforts was not
the work of beginners. There is
a current rumor that some World
War II German pilots have sign-
ed up with the Communists.
Nationalist China sources say
Russians are manning the MIGs.
Since no MIG has been down-
(NEA Telephoto)
uisi-rtmr NFWS Presidential Press Secreta ry Joseph Short (left) tells reporters In Waah-
ngton St Sent Truman has removed Gen. Douglas MacArthur for failure to support UJ.
and UN Far Eastern policy.
Evidence Ends
In Casket
Case Hearing
i NEA Telephoto i
MOVE UP Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway (left) was named
( by President Truman to succeed MacArthur >n his Far East
commands. Ridgway had been commander of the 8thArmy
in Korea, a post which will now go to Lt. Gen. James A. Van
Fleet (right).
(NEA Telephoto^
WHEN ALL WAS FRIENDLY Six months ago, President
Truman and MacArthur met for the first time in a confer-
ence on Wake Island. For two hours, they discussed Amer-
ica's Far Eastern policy and parted on friendly terms. (Photo
by NEA-Acme staff photographer Frank Cancellare.). ___
ed In Allied territory there's no
certainty who Is flying them, as
far as can be learned here.
The Mr Force said officially
that two of the 32 attacking
Superforts were shot down and
"several'* damaged.
Additional information pre-
sumably7 is being withheld tem-
porarlljfcfor security reasons, but
All evidence In the case of for-
mer funeral director drover B<>-
har. was In this morning and
both sides rested shortly before
11 a.m.
Court was recessed until 1:30
p.m. when Judge Joseph J. Han-
cock presents his instructions to
the Jury, and counsel for the gov-
ernment and the defense make
their final statements to the ju-
ry.
Late this morning lt appeared
likely that the case would go to
the five-woman, seven-man ju-
ry about 4 p.m.
Court opened soon after 9 a.m.
with Bohan again on the stand.
Yesterday afternoon's court
session had been adjourned about
5:30 p.m. when Bohan was being
cross-examined by Assistant Dis-
trict Attorney R. K. Hazard.
Hazard opened this morning
proceedings by returning to a
matter on which he had ques-
tioned Bohan late yesterday af-
ternoon: conversations between
the undertaker and Clarence
Johnston relating to disposal of
the casket in which the body of
Johnston's brother-in-law, John-
ny Stoeffel. had been brought to
the Isthmus several months ago.
Yesterday, under cross exam-
ination. Bohan did not remember
(Continued n Page (, Col. 6)
Ridgway In Tokyo
To Take Command
From MacArthur
TOKYO, April 14 lton. Matthew B. Ridgway flew
into Tokyo from Korea last night
to assume from General Douglas
MacArthur the duties of supreme
commander of the United Na-
tions and United States force In
the Far East.
Ridgway will have a full day
to confer with MacArthur on the
problems which are now his res-
ponsibility.
It is not known whether he
will be at the airport Monday to
farewell MacArthur on his take
off for the United States. .
Ridgway handed over the com-
mand of the 8th Army and all
United Nations ground forces In
Korea to Let. Gen. James A. Van
Fleet as the new commander
stepped from his plane at 8th
Army headquarters.
During a brief stop in Tokyo
Van Fleet told newsmen: "Ko-
rea's about tin same situation
as Greece, only bigger."
He directed the campaign a-
galnst the Red guerrillas In
Greece after World War H.
Asked for comment on the
strategy of the Korean campaign
Van Fleet chuckled and said: "It
has been beautiful up till now."
Canal Seeks Details
On Aid To Education
At Overseas Posts
The Panam Canal Is asking
further details on an aid-to-
education bill which has been
drafted by the 8tate Department
for presentation to Congress.
Cabled reports said that the
legislation would provide educa-
tional facilities or allowances for
the children of federal employes,
civilian and military, serving
overseas.
The overseas limitation was
described as any area excluding
the continental United State.
Alaska, Puerto Rico or the Virgin
Islands.
During a recent session of
Congress several general aid-to-
education bills were introduced,
but not passed. These included
the Canal Zone.
Poll Tacks
NEWARK, New Jersey, April
14 (UP) Four year old Ho-
ward Lawion it. watched his
father tack up sign and de-
elded to do likewise.
Doctors have removed a tack
from the head of Howard's
three year old sister Celestine.
Allied Forces Surge
Slow Northward
Under Van Fleet
TOKTO, April 14 (UP) Lt.
Oen. James A. Van Fleet took
command of the United Nations
ground forces in Korea today as
they surged slowly northward to-
ward an impending collision with
the strengthened Communist ar-
mies. . _
The was bitter fighting and
stiffening resistance nearly
everywhere along the broad front
across the waist of Korea.
Only at two points did Red re-
sistance fade under vicious Al-
lied artillery an aerial pounding.
Exetpt on the East coast,
where 8outto Korean troops were
28 miles north of the 38th para-
llel, the Allied holding positions
were still only a few hundred
yards to. four or five miles inside
North Korea.
To-the north the Chinese mov-
ed u# The ^vanguard of the six
army corps which are reportedly
moving towards the battle area.
These corps could be used in
the long-awaited Spring offen-
sive, or to bulwark the main line
of Red resistance in the face of
the cautions but inexorable Red
Army advance.
Immediately south of the Hwa-
chon reservoir the Reds failed to
put up much of a fight. Some of
them were trying to escape across
the resevolr by boat.
Two unidentified planes drop-
ped eight bombs five miles east
of Inle last night.
United States Superforts
dumped out 30 tons of bombs on
the Kane Dong airfield, 20 miles
northeast of Pyongyang. This Is
the third North Korean airfield
Superforts hare bombed to keep
the Red Air Force using forward
fields.
The Red air force has stayed
away from Allied planes since
the big alf battle Thursday.
Old Mis' Rising
To Danger Stage
In Minnesota
ST. PAUL, Minn., April 14 (UP)
The Mississippi River is rising
to dangerous levels along a 500-
mile stretch from northwest
Minnesota downstream as far as
the Iowa border.
Lowland residents are packing
their belongings and preparing
to flee what threatens to be the
worst Mississippi flood in 70
years.
lt can be said that a number of
crew members in the damaged
planes were killed in the fight.
The total bomber casualties
constitute a high proportion of
the attacking force.
The 115 escorting United States
fighters shot down, probably
destroyed or damaged 28 of the
80 MIGs which attacked.
No United States fighter losses
were announced.
Air officers here subscribe ful-
ly to the warning of Lt. Gen.
George E. Stratemeyer, com-
mander of the Far East Air For-
ces, that the Reds may spring an
air campaign on the United Na-
tions forces.
Stratemeyer's 5th Air Force,
under Lt. Gen. Earle E. Part-
ridge, has a formidable array of
fighters, probably as many as
the Reds can muster.
But if the Allied Air Force has
to engage in trying to whip the
Red air forces lt will be able to
provide less tactical air support
for the 8th Army.
This air support had has been
a main factor In compensating
for the Reds' manpower supe-
riority.
NEW YORK, April 14 (UP) San Francisco, Wash-
ington and New York are competing in plans to give dis-
missed General Douglas MacArthur the greatest hero's
welcome in United States history. He arrives on the main-
land Tuesday for the first time in 14 years.
United States military authorities and the Japanese
Government are planning to give MacArthur a big send
off when he takes off from Tokyo in his personal plane
Monday morning.
There are unconfirmed reports that Emperor Hirohito
may call on him to express appreciation for the General's
benevolent conduct of the occupation of Japan.
President Harry S. Truman has said he will be happy
to have MacArthur give his version of the Far East policy
disputes to Congress Thursday.
As MacArthur leaves Tokyo
thousands of Japanese plan to
line the eight mile route he will
follow from the American Em-
bassy to the airport.
Troops of Headquarters and
Service Command, Japan Logis-
tical Command, the British Com-
monwealth Forces and Far Fast
naval and air forces will take
part in the final ceremonies.
In San Francisco there will be
a 17 gun salute, a dazzling parade
and reception. MacArthur has
begged off making any formal
addresses.
British Admiral
From HMS Superb
Pays Formal Calls
The British cruiser Superb
docked at 8:52 a.m. today at Bal-
boa's Dock 6 for a two day visit.
A short time later Vice Ad-
miral Sir Richard Symonds-Tay-
lor was ashore to begin the stre-
nuous round of activities which
Senate Approves
President's Plan
To Reorganize RFC
8ENATE Approves PI HEp(
WASHINGTON, April 14, (UP)
The Senate by a narrow vo**,
gave llnal Congressional approv-
al today to President Trumau's
plan to remodel the Reconstruc-
tion Finance Corp. by putting it
under a single boss with new
safeguards around its loans.
The Senate vote came on a re-
wlll be climaxed tomorrow when \ solution by Sen. Homer E. Cape-
he gives a reception aboard the i hart R. Ind. to veto the plan.
8uperb tomorrow afternoon for The '^ny was' 41 Ior the resolu-
President and Mrs. Arnulfo Arias Uo and 33 against. Under the re-
As the 9.000-ton cruiser moved or.Bnl>aUon !aw lt takes 49 votes
up the canal past Fort Amador \ rM?orlty of the full 98-mem-
*Vii mnmlno aHn warn armmtaA iu/wm*j ^i .
ber senateto turn down sucn
proposals.
The House already has agreed
this morning, she was greeted
by a salute. Another salute was
fired about 10 a.m. when Vice
Admiral Symonds-Taylor arrived
at Quarry Heights for a Joint ex-
change of formal calls.
Accompanied by British Min-
ister Eric Cleugh and the Flag
Captain of the Superb, the Brit-
ish Admiral arrived at the Bal-
boa Heights Administration
Building at 9:45 a.m. to call on
Oov. F. K. Newcomer, before the
Joint exchange of calls with
Army and Navy official at
Quarry Heights.
Late this morning Admiral
8ymonds-Taylor made offloial
calls In Panam City, on Acting
Foreign Minister Modesto Sala-
mln and Minister of Government
and Justice Jos de Obaldia. cul-
minating the morning activities
to the plan, which now automa-
tically becomes law on April 30.
It will abolish the present five-
man RFC board of directors, re-
placing them with a single ad-
ministrator to be appointed by
the president with the consent of
the senate.
There have been reports the
Job may go to W. Stuart Syming-
ton, chairman of the National
Security Resources Board.
CBS To Cut Rates
On Radio Networks
He flies Thursday to Washing-
ton, where officials have planned
a huge ceremony honoring his
return to the nation's capital.
The Pentagon has announced he
will get full military honors, in-
cluding another 17 gun salute.
In New York MacArthur hae
been promised a full scale "of-
ficial municipal welcome" by
Mayor Vlneent Impelliteri. The
welcome will Include the tradi-
tional ticker tape drive down
Broadway to city hall.
Today MacArthur ttayed with-
in the white walled United States
Embassy In Tokyo for the second
straight day, mapping his de-
fense campaign.
Possibly out-of courtesy to n's
successor, Lt. Oen. Matthew B.
Ridgway, the deposed general naa
Issued no statement on his plans
to fight the Truman administra-
tion on Its Ear Eastern policy.
A Senate Armed Services Com-
mittee investigation into the Ad-
ministration's foreign policy dls- .
pute with MacArthur Is sched-
uled to open Wednesday with
closed door testimony from De-
fense Secretary George C. Mar-
shall.
Marshall will be followed by
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson, and- -
then MacArthur himself provid-
ing he accepts the Invitation to
appear.
The inquiry resembles a two-
edged sword.
Some Democrats believe they
can convince the nation that Mr.
Truman ousted MacArthur to 1-
lence the general's policy recom-
mendations which, the Demo-
crats maintain, meant a full sck'.b
war on the Chinese mainland.
Republicans, on the other
hand, have sought a full fledged
Investigation of Far Eastern'poli-
cy for year and are confidert
they will show MacArthur v/a
sacrificed to State Department
"appeasers."
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sldent.
Balboa Tides
Sunday, April 15, 1951
High Low
10:01 a'.m...........V..S:5 a.m.
10:29 p.m. $.......... 4:32 p.m.
tern announced a 10 to 15 per
cent cut In Its radio network
rates starting July 1st.
The new rate schedule. CB8
said. Includes reductions of 10
per cent from 1 to 8 p.m., 15 per
cent from 8 to 10:30 p.m., and 10
per cent from 10:30 to 11 p.m.
Going Up
The mercury climbed to the
hlfhest point so far this year
yesterday, with a temperature
of 95.3 decrees recorded inert-
ly before 2 p.m. at Balboa Hts.
The previous hottest mark of
the year was March 19's 93
degree.
The highest on record for the
past 46 year is 98.9 degree on
April 17, 1948 and the second
hliheit I 98.8 April 17, 1959. __
With MacArthur Out, U. S. Must Now Guard
Against Inspiring New Red Moves In Asia
By LEON DENNEN
The Russians saw
NEA Staff Correspondent
as a symbol of the view that Rus- weakened or defeated In Asia
sia should be checked in "
WASHraTON,~April'l4 (NEA) East. Thus his removal
Having dismissed General Mac- as a possible incitement . atnm\r
Arthur. American military and sla to spring aggressions- Just Industry-ft nclucI int atomic
policy-making officials must now as our announced policy of non- plants and the Red Ar^5 De"
guard lest Moscow be encourag- defense In Korea tripped off the troops are known to have_Deen
aggression by North Korea last
June.
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ed to launch a new series of li-
mited aggressions In Asia this
spring.
Formosa. Indo-China, Hong
Kong, Thailand, Malaya and
Burma may become active fronts
for Soviet-sponsored revolution-
ary "liberation," according to in-
Red China's five-million "Peo-
cm^entVa\ed'7r''aVog'time"ln pie's Army" Is orobably^thejar^
the East. Even during the war
with Germany. Stalin kept his
best-trained and best-equipped
divisions on the border of Man-
churia. It was the crack Far
Eastern troops of the Red Army,
hastily transported to European
Trotsky favored concentrating
Communist efforts. In Europe. He
lost out and was subsequently
assassinated by a Soviet agent m
- his Mexican .exile. But Stalin,
formation supplied to Allied In- following in the footsteps of his Russia, that finally licked the
telligence by reliable sources. master, Lenin, was always of the Germans at Stalingrad
MacArthur is well aware that view that a revolution can be sue- According to re.ports passed on
Stalin has always favored bring- cessful only in countries where to me by satellite diplomats in
the links in the capitalist chain Europe last year. Soviet policy
known as the "Molotov Plan.'
ing the revolution first to the
"oppressed colonial countries" of
Asia. The entire ideological strug
gle between Stalin and Leon
Trotsky centered on the Ques-
tion whether Asia or the West
was ripest for Communist con-
quest.
est standing army In the world
today. In addition Mao Tse Tung
1 reported to have a national
militia numbering close to six
millions. According to reliable
reports from Pekln the Com-
munist government also hopes,
with Soviet assistance, to have an
air force of one thousand front-
line planes by the middle of this
year.
The new regime is also plan-
ning to develop an adequate
were the weakest." This would _.
apply to the underdeveloped gives priority to Asia as a poten- coastal Patrol fleet In one year.
Asian countries. tlal theatre of aggressive Com- In addition to other naval cons-
Pre-revolutlonary Czarlst pol- munlst exoanslon. tructlon projects which are now
icy. too. was alwavs based on the After rellnouishing his post as under way.
principle that in order for Rus- Foreivn Minister. Vyacheslav Mo- ------
da to defeat the Western Powers lolov is believed to have taken The leaders of the Red govern-
Asla. in accordance with the
fast-unfolding plans of world
Communism.
The Truman-MacArthur "in-
cident" may therefore force the
UN to reach long overdue de-
cisions as to:
1. What does the West want to
accomplish in Korea?
2. What terms for a durable
Asian peace are acceptable to the
UN?
3. What alms do we have la
regard to the Chinese Commun-
ists?
4. Which is the potential all-
out battlefield between the de-
mocratic and Communist worlds
Europe or Asia?


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Opening leadA A
A truly fine bidder can tsll
when a weak-looking hand is
really pretty strong He will-knew
when It'ia likely to fit with his
partner's hand, when every mis-
erable little jack or ten Is actual-
ly as food as a king or a queen.
Of course, there sre thousands of
bridge players who always bid
Jacks snd tens as though they
were aces and kings, but a real
ohamplon does so only at the
right time.
Ah outstanding example Of
this type of bidding may be een
In a simple little hand from tho
world's championship, won by my
teammates at Bermuda.
There was nothing much to Ihr
play of the cards. Howard
Schenken, playing the South
hand, ruffed the opening clu'i
lead and led the aee and another
diamond. That dropped the out'
standing trumps. When the
hearts finesse later suoceeded,
Schenken made his contract witn
an overtrlok, for a score of 650
points.
Schenken was not, however,
the real hero of this hand. His
partner, Sam Btayman, was he
fair haired boy. Stayman won
that distinction by raising to
three diamonds on his medlonre
assortment of pasteboards.
After all, what doss the North
hand contain? It doesn't even
count up to two honor tricks. To
put it another way, it is less than
the value of an average hand
(one that contains an ace, a king,
a queen and a Jack.)
Moreover, North's partner has
made only a simple overcall. Re-
member, South didn't double or
make a Jump overcall or do any-
thing sise drastic He Just bid
two diamonds.
Nevertheless, Btayman deeld-id
that his hand was much better
than it looked. He knew that
Schenken would not bid with a
silent partner against two bid-
ding opponents unless he had a
very good hand. Why hadn't
Schenken doubled for a takeout
with his good hand? Probably be-
cause he had good spades 'the
suit bid by the opponents) and
not good enough hearts. In that
case, North's queen of spades
would be an Important card; and
the heart strength would be very
useful.
Don't overlook that holding In
diamonds either. With the and ten In his own hand, Stay-
man knew that his partner pro-
bably had l broken suit and that
Souh wouldn't be able to pro-
ceed further on such a suit with-
out rome encouragement.
Since this hand was part of a
team match, It was played also
In another room, where the
North-South cards were he'd by
two members of the British team.
In that room the first three bids
(up to two diamonds) were the
same. Then everybody passed!
The North player simply didn't
realise the value of his hand, and
an easy gam* was missed.
I wouldn't say that the English
CANASTA
By OSWALD JACOBY
Writ ten for NBA Servio
. Many readers have asked how
to pick the winner when the low-
score side melds out first. Here's
a typical question.
<*Each side went Into the
final hand with a score of nearly
000 points. We wound up with
a score of 5800 points, and our
opponents finished with 5300
points. However, they melded out
on the final hand. Who wins the
game?
AThe higher score (5900
points, in this case) always wins.
It doesn't matter which side
melds out.
QThe huge discard pile was
frozen. My right hand opponent
had melded, J could have put
down the 120 points we needed
but my hand (which held three
pairs) would have been depleted.
My partner could not meld.
Eventually our opponent* went
out without taking the discard
fije. Should i have melded when
had the ehance?
AThe anjwer depends some-
What on the exact discards aqd
melds. Sometimes you can tell
that your partner is unable to
make the count; and sometimes
you can feel sure that you have
noueh aft eards to stay out of
trouble eyn though your hand
s depleted. In general, however,
your play ws correct. It is bet-
tar to let the opponent go out
with a small victory than to five
She. discard pile and thus give
em chanee to take a huge
pile f*r a major victory.
Per example, as things turned
*ut, the opponents probably won
bout 700 or 800 points) and your
ld* wss probably minus about
10 points. In all, the enemy
(ained about loo points. If yog
ad melded, you might have been
ninus only about 10* points in-
stead of 300 points. Rut the op-
Knents might have cored 34*4
itead of only II* points.
QAre ypu allowed to meld
three wild cards with only a nat-
ural pair? For example, can you
put down Joker-a-2-A-A?
AYes; that is a orfeotly I*-
Ial meld- You are allowed U put
own up to three wild cards with
any m*M, even with just a pair
of natural eards. It isn't always
a smart ply. to be sure, but
you're allowed t* do It.
t4>pur side had a canasta,
nd the paok was not froaen. I
ad only a pair jack left In my
hand. The player at my right dis-
carded a Jack, and X wanted to
pick up that lack and meld out.
The opponents insisted that I
had to pick up the rest of the
discard pile, were they right?
AYe. There Is ne excegtien
to this rule. Whenever you take
the tog card of the discard nil*
you must also pick up til*roafof
the pile. This is usually an a
vantage, of course, but it Is
*"i
. even when it is adis-
sdvantage.
. QX drew a red three from th*
stock oil* nd then wanted to
take th* discard pile Instead of
replacing the red three from the
stock pile- Is this permissible?
ANo; you re not permitted
to change your mind in the mid-
dle of your play. If you draw
red three from th* stock pile, y*u
must than raw another esrd
from th took fir* to rpie
that red thre*. You are not *l-
take th* discard pile.
player made a bad pass. My opin-
ion is that stayman made a veiy
fine raise.
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Catholic Priests,
Nuns Deported By
China Communists
HOMO KONO, April 14 (UP)
A CathoUc bishop, tour prlsts
and two nuns deportad y the
Chjp*se Oommunlsts *ft*r erv
ing prison term* on charges of
spying for th* Unit** state* ar-
rived ner* today from Tientsin
aboard the Danish sbto Heln.
rioh Jessen.
None of them would talk of
their experiences "because the
tn*r* Is still anoth*r prfest In
the Communist prison."
Bishop Paul Hug*ntobler and
the four priests were arrested In
Thltahat, Manchuria, when a ra-
dio receiver was found on their
premises.
They w*re charged with, spy-
ing for the United States, and
received prison sentences rang-
ing up to 12 years.
After persistent petitions from
the Swiss Legation in Pelntng
they were released after serving
three year*.
The two nuns were imprisoned
at Shantung on a similar charge.
It Is understood several nuns are
still In prison in Shantung.
FBI Nips Big Plot
To Escape Alcatraz;
Guards Implicated
(UP) The FIB announced to-
day that a daring escape plot
Involving guards on Alcatraz Is-
land has been uncovered.
The situation at the prison in
the middle of San Franojsoo Bay
is "potentially egpioslve.''
On gua,rd has be*n arrested
and a secqnd prison employe will
he seized later today.
Th* escape plot was revealed
after investigation roanlted in
th* arrest Wednesday of guard
Lee McCandleas, 4), on a charge
of smuggling prisoners' letters
out of th prison-
Prison officials said the Inves-
tigation showed widespread se-
curity weaknesses in whlon the
prisoners may naya obtained
money and guns.
Prison officials have been *
nape conselou* *v*r atnee May
1946 when two guards and three
(Qiivlcts died In a bloody three
day riot. Fifteen others were
wounded, most of them guards.
Two ringleaders, Miran Thomp-
son and Sam Shockley. were later
executed for their part In that
riot.
To See My Kid Is Top Wish
As 'Big Mo Berths In USA
Novv Gives Funds
For New Research
On Flash' Burns
WAMHNQTONi April 14 (UP)
r-Th Navy said today It has
given $2*0.000 to 10 institutions
for research on "flash" burn* of
the kind caused by atomic ox-
plosions.
The Navy would not ay how the
money will be apportioned. The
10 Institutions Include the Medi-
cal Collage of Virginia and the
Medical College of South Caro-
Uaa-
RV H. D. Q.U1GG
EDITOR'S NOTE: This lia-
Bteh as written while the
ttleship Missouri was at sea
pproachipg the US. She
berilio*] at Long Beach, Calif.,
Thursday.
ABOARD BATTLESHIP MIS-
SOURI (UP) "I'm dying
to see my little boy," the sailor
said, sprawling In the sun uncir
a aun turret.
"He's a y*ar old now, and when
I left horn* h* was Just barely
wiggling. He's a big man now"
Rom*-going sailors talk of ma-
ny things Th*y sp*ak of iovi\
song, win*, and food th* ilk* o-
which mama used to make.
Put there's a new topicIn-
creasingly popular during the
last 10 years. They talk now a-
bout their children.
About one-third of the sailors
on this ship are married. Many
Widespread Killing,
Burning, Sabotage
Reported In China
HONO KONO. April 14 (UPl-
Tan Cheng Wen, Communist
police chief of Canton, today re-
ported widespread sabotage and
subversive activities In Kwan-
tung province, according to Chi-
nes* raports.
Tan said as-n, assassination
of Communist officials, and
sabotage of factory machinery
and military installations for-
med favorite subversive acti-
vity.
A plot to blow up Tlenho air-
field had been discovered.
of them have children they've
nevar seen. Others have tots at
home who have changed graaUy
in the eight months the Big Mo
has been away at the Korean
War. Some with ohlldren are rTa-
val reservists who had plenty uf
time to get married and start a
family between the two wars.
Now they've been called back In
The sailor who was dying to ?ee
his little boy was Botsw4ln's
Mate 1st Class John D. Ellwo.Jd,
28, of Great Neck, N.V., gun cap-
tain on one of the Missouri's
mighty lo-lnch rifles.
"That's the biggest thing t'*
guy* miss," he continued. "Thev
can stand missing th* beer and
fresh milk and all that stuff, t ,it
they get to wondering what their
little daughters and sons lo >k
like."
Ellwood was stripped down to
his dungaree pants. He lay sim-
ba tning on the wooden deck with
fellow gunner Seaman Joseph L-
Dunn, J3, of Venice, Fla.
"There's a bunch of guys on
here who've got kids," Dunn said.
"But the thing I wanta see Is my
girl friend to find out why she
hasn't written me for throe
months, we had an agreement
when I left that w wouldn't nyt
serious about each other until
maybe after I got back- Sh wrot*
regular for a while. Then sh*
quit"
"Thtre's some Marine got hoi,
now,' Ellwood said.
"Oh well," Dunn said, "I dont
worry about women. They're u>t
like a streetcar. If you miss one,
there's be another one along in
five m'nutes."
Both Ellwood and Dunn will
get a 18-day leave when the Mis-
souri gets back to Its home oort
Norfolk, Va. I asked them how It
"tit to b* In th* turret from
which a batt*ry of l|-inch*rs '
firing. Ellwood, who hag been !n
the navy 10 y*ar, serve! on sub-
marines In the last war, and on
ths Pr**ld*ntlal Yacht WUllami!-
burg later, said it was "surpris-
ingly quiet." i
"I came here off a small ship,
and i figured in thos* turrcti rd
get rattled around like a marble S1
he said- "But all it does Is shak*
you up a Utti* bit. in continu-
ous firing you work up a weat
and we've got electric heaters in
our gun rooms
"Last winter, when w had vl*
inches of tc* nd snow on the
ship. I'd sit thsr warm and thi-nic
about thos poor guys In in in-
fantry freeaing over there In th*
mountains."
Air Miiiioni Heed
Will Be Assigned
To Defense Board
colon*! catato c. VaU*
of Rio Orande city, Texas,
who has been assigned to th Ca-
ribbean Air Command at AN
brook Air Force Baa* Uno* Juy
of 1941 a United States Air Forc-s
Missions Coordinator and advis-
or to the commanding general on
Latin American affairs, will
leave Albrook next week for e-
asslgnment in Washington, D.C
His new assignment will ntii
membership on the Intw-Anwi-
can Defense Board, an organisa-
tion of Army, Navy and Air Force
officials from 21 American Re-
fiublloe planning th* defense of
he Western hemisphere. The
Sannlng board meats In Wash-
gton.
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S ATURDA Y, APRIL 14. 1951
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THE PRESIDENT OF PANAMA AND MRS. ARIAS
ENTERTAINING THURSDAY FOR GENERAL AND MRS. KIEL
The President of Panama, Dr. Arnnlfe Arias, and Mrs.
Arias hate Issued invitations for a reception to fce riven at
the Presidencia Thursday irom to p.m. in honor of the
Cemmandlnr General, Caribbean Air Command. Bricadier
General Emll C. Kiel, and Mrs. Kiel.
President and Mrs. Arias
Attend Pan-American Dinner
The President of Panama and
Mrs. "Arnulfo Arias headed the
list of more than 300 who attend-
ed the Inter-American Women's
Club dinner-dance given last
night In observance of Pan-Ame-
rican Day. Members of the Pres-
ident's Cabinet, other high offi-
cials of Panama, the Oovernor of
The Panama Canal and Mrs.
Francis K. Newcomer and other
high officials of the Canal Zone,
members of the Diplomatic Corps
and their ladles and other mem-
bers of the I.A.W.C. and their
guests were present.
The dinner-dance was held In
the paUo of Hotel El Panama.
Featured during the evening was
a parade of 20 young women of
Panama and Miss Ann West,
daughter of Captain and Mrs.
Marvin J. West of the Canal
Zone, who wore the native cos-
tume of Panama, the pollera and
carried the flags of the 21 Amer-
ican Republics.
The Charge d'Affalres of the
United States Embassy. Murray
M. Wise, was host to a party cf
some 60 persons. Including SO
members of the Embassy staff, at
the I.A.W.C. dinner dance. Act-
ing as Embassy co-hosts at this
Noche Pan-Americana were *he
K-!Onomic Attache of the Embas-
sy and Mrs. Louis C. Nolan, 'he
First Secretary and Mrs. Albert E.
Carter and the Political Attache
and Mrs. William B. Caldwell.
Dr. and Mrs. Brin
Returning Tonight
The Minister for Foreign Rela-
tions. Dr. Carlos N. Brln and Mrs.
Brin are expected to return 'o
Panama tonight by airplane
Irom a trip to Washington. D.C.
anr New York. While in Wash-
ington Dr. Brin attended t.ie
Conference of Foreign Minister.).
Reception at
Peruvian Embassy
The Ambassador of Peru to Pa-
nama and Dean of the Diploma-
tic Corps, Dr. Emilio Ortiz de Ze-
vallos. gave a reception this
morning at the Embassy on La
Cresta In honor of Colonel Jose
Antonio Remon. Chief of the Pa-
nama Police, and his assistant,
Commander Bolivar Vallarino. At
the reception the Ambassador
presented to the guests of hon-
or, the Peruvian decoration, "Or-
den del Mrito de la Guardia Ci-
vil y Polica."
Invited to the reception were
high officials of Panama and the
Canal Zone, members of the Di-
plomatic Corps an da few person-
al friends.
Parties Today Honor
Visiting Adpiral
The Minister of Oreat Britain
to Panama, Erics: Arthur Cleu.th,
will entertain at the Legation in
Exposition Grounds this evening
from 5:30 to 7:30 in honor of Ad-
miral Sir Richard Symonds-Tay-
ler, Commander-in-chief. Ameri-
ca and West Indies Station, end
the officers of H.M.8. Superb
who arrived at Balboa this morn-
ing for a stay of two days.
of staff, Caribbean Command
and Mrs. Howze, will act as host
and hostess at the dinner.
Admiral Symonds-Tayler ave
a luncheon of ten covers today a-
board his flagship, entertaining
high officials of Panama and the
Canal Zone.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore
Entertaining at Cocktails
Mr. and Mrs. S. Scollay Moore
of La Cresta have issued Invita-
tions for a cocktail party to be
given Monday evening in the \>&-
tio of Hotel El Panama In honor
of the delegates to the Esso Con-
ference which will be held in Pa-
nama next week.
Visitors Return
to Dulutb
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Runnestrand
left Thursday by airplane for
their home in Duluth, Minneso-
ta, after spending the winter In
Balboa with their son and Ills
wife Mr. and Mrs. Paul Runnes-
trand.
Mrs. Buckley Honored
by Mrs. Bathmann
Complimenting Mrs. Floyd
Buckley of Washington, D.C. a
lormer resident of Balboa, Mrs.
Herbert Bathmann entertained
a few friends informally at cof-
fee Thursday morning at her
home in Diablo Heights. Mr*.
Buckley is the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lyons in
Balboa.
Mr. Moore Arriving
Tuesday
Lewis B. Moore of Balbta
Heights is expected to return
Tuesday by airplane from a short
stay in Washington, DC. and
New York.
Miss Morris Entertains
in Bella Vista
Miss Mary Elizabeth Morris en-
tertained 40 guests at a garden
supper, scavenger hunt and
dance given last evening at her
new home on 50th Street In Bella
Vista.
After the reception the visiting
Brltl-vh Admiral will be the guest
of honor at a dinner to be given
at the Army and Navy Club, Fort
Amador, by the Commander-ln-
chlef. Caribbean Command, Lt.
General William H. H. Morris. Jr.
and Mrs. Morris. Covers will be
laid for 30. In the absence of
General and Mrs. Morris. Briga-
dier General R. L. How, chief
Heatley-Balscbun Wedding
Tonight at Sacred Heart Chapel
At six o'clock this evening in
the Sacred Heart Chapel in An-
cn Miss Ruth Marcella Balschun
of San Francisco de la Caleta
will become the bride of Arthur
Joseph Heatley of Albrook Air
Force Base. The bride is a daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fred-
erick Balschun of San Francisco
and the bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William
Heatley of Springfield, Long Is-
land New York.
The marriage service will be
followed by a reception for rela-
tives and intimate friends at the
homo of the bride's parents.
Engagement Announced
M'\ and Mrs. Luis Kam of the
Pan-Americano Hotel In El Va-
lle, at a buffet supper given In
the hotel last Saturday night for
relatives and friends, announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Luisa, to Mr. Horacio Cha!,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Chlal cf
Panama City. The date for the
wedding has not yet been set.
Departure
Mrs. Bronson Rlgby of Balboa
left yesterday on the SS Ancn tu
spend a week in New York Citv.
She plans "0 return to the Isth-
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Catholic Daughters
Hold Banquet
Court Sancta Maria No. 447,
Catholic Daughters of Americ,
held a banquet Sunday evening
In the ballroom of the Hotel Tl-
voll in honor 01 lus new memocu.
The honored guests were: Mr.
Elsie E. Garcia, Mrs. Maria Go-
mez, Mrs. Frances Hennessey,
Mrs. Clare Hermanny, Mrs. Au-
drey Laughran. Mrs. Anita Mc-
Glade. Mrs. Margaret Royals and
Mrs. Rosita Suarez. Other gues's
from the Court of Our Lady of
the Miraculous Medal in Colon
were Miss Ale."(Is, Mrs. Borden.
Mrs. Chan, M'rs. Margue rite
Flynn, Mrs. Theresa Hlrt, 'Mrs.
p -anna Kotalik, Mrs. Ruth Le
ber, Miss Lukue, Mrs. Florence
manen and Mrs. J. Polagl.
Father Szwack was the guest
speaker and Fathers Burns,
Storms and MoNlchols were also
guests at the banquet.
The members present Included:
Mrs. Louise Allen, Mrs. Phvllls
Best, Mrs. Heln '
Mrs. Emma Barlow, Mrs. Mary J.
Conneely, Mis. lmmu...
haver, Mrs. Dorothy Chase, m.-.;.
Helen Cicero. Mrs. Marlon Dod-
son, Mrs. Ethel Fields, Mrs. Eliz-
abeth Fears, Mrs. Rita Gray, Mrs.
Winifred Graham, Mrs. Vivian
Haydel, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffman,
Mrs. Mary Joyce, Mrs. Kathenne
Leddy. Mrs. Annabelle Martin.
Mrs. Ruth Mummaw, Mrs. Marie
McConaghy, Mrs. Blanch Mcln-
tyre, Mrs. Rose Nlcklsher. Mrs.
Agnes Rankin. Mrs. Dorcfny
Rose, Mrs. Rita Slegel, Mrs. An-
na Schultz, Mrs. Catherine Trim-
ble, Mrs. Anita Thompson and
Mrs. Helen Wise.
On Television
1 HORIZONTAL
512 months
6 Separate
columns
7 Leave out
8 Exist
9 Italian
community
10 Frosts
11 Seines
13 Danish county
Mrs. Bnrmester and Mother
Leave for New York
Mrs. R. L. Biirmester and her
mother, Mrs. Marie Farrell, were
the overnight guests of Mf. and
Mrs. L. H, Scranton at France
Field Thursday, before sailing
Friday on the SS Ancon for New
York. They will be met In New
York by Mr. Burmester, who re-
tired recently from service with
The Panama Canal and by the
Burmester s son in law an.l
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Owens.
After a few days in New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Burmester will
motor to Hendersonvllle, Nor'h
Carolina, where they plan to
make their home. Mrs. Farre'l
will visit her grandson and his
wife,. Mr. and Mrs. William Col-
lins, on Long Island before Join-
ing the Burmesters In North Ca-
rolina.
Anniversary Dinner
Celebrating their wedding an-
niversary, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Cunningham of Panama Citv
gave a cocktail and dinner party
Thursday evening at the Albrook
Officers Club. Their guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Motta, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Fendell. Mr. and
Mrs. Sergio Betancourt, and Mi
and Mrs. Herbert Driscoll.
College Club Group
to Meet Tuesday
The Spanish Convers a 11 o n
Group of the Canal Zone College
club will meet Tuesday at 3:30
p.m. at the home of Miss Moni-
ca Farley, 765 Barneby Street, A-
partment 20, Balboa.
Auxiliary Meeting
St Vincent's Auxiliary held a
special meeting Thursday even-
ing in the Sacred Heart Parish
Hall, Ancon, to make plans for a
raffle which will benefit St. Vin-
cent's School in Panama. The
members of the auxiliary are wo-
men from St. Mary's Church,
Balboa, Sacred Heart Chaptl,
Ancon and the Curundu Cathui:c
Church.
1,6 Depicted
television
personality
12 German
theologian
14 Mulct
15 Belongs to lt
16 Violin maker
18 Eagle (comb, n Three-toed
form) loth
19 French island 20 Era
20Sketchers 21 Painful
22 Steamship 2S Prayer
(ab.) 25 Hinders
23 Giant king of 26 Roman god of
Bashan war
24 Natural powei 27 West Indian
26 Female hone shrub
28 Plexus 20 Roman
31 Blackbird of garment
cuckoo family
32 Famous
English school
33 Get up
35 Self esteem
36 Deer track
37 Ages
38 Names (ab.)
39 Rupees (ab.)
40 Oriental
measure
42 She Is a. video
,48Greek Utter
E0 Follower
52 Papal cape
53 Drunkard
54 Cylindrical
56 Courage
58 Take into
custody
59 Requires
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Daughter Born to
Mr. and Mrs. de la Pena
Mr. and Mrs. Moiss de la Pe-
na o Ancon annnun-
of a daughter, Jean Emily, on
I WAS FLATTERED
Young people, for all their new
Ideas, do appreciate old-fash-
ioned goodness In a meal. I had
my two small grandchildren for
dinner the other day and, as a
treat, served them chicken soup.
"Say. Grandma," said Jean,
"this Is a delicious soup. I hope
someday I'll cook as well as you
do."
Flattered as I was, I answered,
"It's really quite simple, Jean.
Thia ia Campbell's Chicken
Soup ... so delicious, as you
say, because Campbell's make
it wltii fluffy rice, to nil of deep
chicken flavor, and plenty of
real chicken, alow-simmered to
a rich golden broth."
Just then, little Billy, who
hadn't stopped eating all this
time, spoke up. "More please.
Grandma."
Nomination of 80
Coln 'Queens' May
Gel Radio Time
COLON. April 14.The nomi-
nation of candidates for the
title of Queen of the Coln Pro-
vincial Fair to be held In May
may be broadcast on a coast-
to-coast program over all the
networks of the Republic today.
The nomination will take
flace at a dance to be held in
he Monaco Garden.
The executive committee of
the fair Is taking the necessary
steps to obtain from the owners
of a radio network an hour be-
tween 10 and 11 p.m. to broad-
cast the event.
Eighty young ltviies from Co-
ln and Cristbal have been
proposed as candidates for the
throne. The queen will be elect-
ed sometime later this month
from among the candidates that
are left after an elimination
round to be held at a second
dance, on a date to be chosen
later.
Present at the dance this Sat-
urday will be delegates from
various clubs and societies from
Coln and the Canal Zone. Each
of these groups of delegates will
choose one candidate. whll a
jury of five prominent person-
alities from Coln and Cristbal
will nominate ten more candi-
dates.
Tuesday, April 10, at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
Mrs. de la Pena, the former
Jean Splnehart, is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Splnehart
of Rlpon, California.
Plants To Build
Guided Missiles
Asked For Defense
WASHINGTON, April 14. (UP)
The government asked Con-
gress today for authority to build
plants to make guided missiks
and other arms.
The request was presented to
the Joint mobilization watchdog
committee by Defense Production
Administrator William H. Harri-
son.
The government had such au-
thority In World War II. Harri-
son said lt Is needed now for
plants which would have :io
peacetime use after the emergen-
cy.
Plants for making guided mis-
siles and machine tools for arm-
ament production fall in this
category. Harrison said.
Federal construction of such
plants, he said, would supplement
the rmiltlbllllon-dollar tax amor-
tisation program under which
DINNER AND COCKTAIL PARTY HONORS VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Raymond entertained with a din-
ner and cocktail party at the Hotel Washington Thursday
evening for Mr. Raymond's relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
Cuoco and Mrs. Gerard Cuoco of New York City, who have
been visiting their relatives on both sides of the Isthmus.
The other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noonan, Mrs. James Recela and Mr.
James Raymond.
I.A.W.C. To Sbserve
Pan American Day
The Colon Unit of she Inter-
Amoilcan Woman's Club will
hold a reception this evening
irom 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Club
building to commemorate Pan-
American Day.
Officials of the Repubjic and
Canal Zone and members of the
consular corps have been Invited
to join the members.
The vicerpresidents, Miss Thel-
ma Godwin and Mrs. Julio Nino
are chairmen for the evening's
program. They will be assisted
by Mrs. F. M. Boydston. Mrs.
John Constantakl, Mrs. Anpara
Pavon. Mrs. Herminia Rlvas. Mrs.
Angella Dlammiaml, Mrs. Frank
D. Estes. Mrs. James Ford, Mrs.
Llbby Gyllls, Mrs. William Jet-
arles. Mrs. O. E. Jorstad, Miss
Dorothy Ker, Mrs. Stanley Kirtd,
Mrs. Frederick E. Knox, Miss So-
phie McLipians, Mrs. Warren
McNamee. Mrs. Verra Perry, Mrs
Louis F. Piada, Miss Marione
Price. Mrs. Pablo Tagaropulo.-.
Mrs. Maybelle Thompson, and
Mrs. Henry Townsend.
Rotarians Entertain
21 Club Members
The Colon Cristobal Rotary
Club sponsors the 21 Club of the
Cristobal High School. The in
hers of the 21 club represent tin.-
members of the Pan-American
Union and during tlje year give
a talk on the country which they
have chosen to represent, and
write a paper on this topic. An-
nual awards are given by the Ro-
tarians and they entertain the
21 club members at luncheon an-
nually
The luncheon was held at the
Strangers Club Thursday. Mr.
Charles Wallace, sponsor for the
club and Mr. Paul Beck, princi-
pal of the High School accompa-
nied the following boys: Henry
Wachtel, president: Albert At-
tla, vice president; Franct-vo
Wong. Secretary-Treasurer; Jim-
my Doyle, Carl and Raymond
Pinto, Robert Granberry, Andrew
Llm, Harry Complon, Tommy
Coco Solo Woman's Club
Luncheon
The members' of the Coco Solo
Woman's Club "met Friday at the
Officers Club for their monthly
luncheon. Mrs. P. L. Balay, pres-
ident, presided and welcomed
Mrs. L. L. Koepke, wife of the new
commanding officer of the sta-
tion to her first meeting with
the group.
Mrs. W. I. Foss. who is vislt'ng
Captain and Mrs. Koepke, was In-
troduced and Mrs. Chester Lucas
and Mrs. W. D. Roynane. were
welcomed as new members.
The members who were pres-
ent included: Mrs. Robert Bect<-
chy, Mrs. J., D. Vlecelll, Mrs. C
M. Dumbauld. Mrs. Robert Falvp,
Mrs. A. S. Baker, Mrs. A. Davis,
Mrs C. B. Dlehl, Mrs. L. J. Du-
cote. Mrs. I. J. Frankel. Mrs.
Thomas W. Greenwood, Mrs. E.
L. Hamon, Mrs. E. B. Hensley,
Mrs. Mason Morris. Jr.. Mrs. F.
C. Roepke, Mrs. J. J. Schelbsler,
Mrs. J. W. Schwartz, Mrs. H. J.
Thornton, Mrs. W. E. Sand!.
Mrs. Edward Walthers. Mrs. E.
G. Huldqulst, Mrs. Thomas F.
Meagher. Mrs. George Ellis, Mis.
F. A. Kraft and Mrs. Roy Niel-
sen.
Mrs. Knight Honored
with Morning Coffee
Mrs.. G. c. Knight, who recent-
lv moved from Fort Amador, to
"nvf^nT^^^fmH0"^!^ Fort Gullck, was introduced to
her neighbors at a party given by
Chile. The award for the bast
talk on his chosen country weal
to Tommy Frey.
Weeklv Bridge Games
Tb,e 764th AAA Battalion ladf s
met at the *Fort Davis Officers
Club with Mrs. Walter Skel.s'.al(Js
as hostess for their weekly games
of bridge.
Mrs. Jame.s Jess won the hltn
scoring prize and Mrs. B. K. Ogjn
was second.
Tht other members present
were: Mrs. Thomas Lamer, Mi
James Scarborough, Mrs. H>: I '
Hartwlg, Mrs. George Kennetty,
Mrs Robert Carroll, Mrs. Albtfit
Plccirllli, Mrs. J. H. Wiggs. Mi.
David Kuhn and Mrs. W. D. Btfl-
ley.
!
Candidates for
Queen of Colon Fair
Miss Rita Fisher and Miss Olga
Leignadier will be presented to-
night as the candidates from the
fciter-American Woman's Clr>
for the title of queen of the Ct-
lonFalr.
Mrs. Oberg Hostess i
for Morning Coffee
Mrs. Vincent Oberg entertain-
ed with a morning coffee at hlr
Fort Gulick home Thursday com-
plimenting Mrs. Harry B. Gart-
ner and Mrs. William Coleman
Fre'y. Join? S53SSk?W !* have recently m0Ved ,0 th9
Moumblow. Jack Randall, Noel *
McGinn. Bill Knott, Aldo Pllerl,
Isaac Malea. Jame.s Torne, Bob
Bailey and Tom Kelly.
The annual awards were maile
to the winners of the essay con-
test at a special assembly at the
Grlstobal High School yesterday.
Music for the occasion was frr-
nlshed by the High School Or-
chestra under the direction of
Mr. O. E. Jorstad.
Jack Randall gave a talk on
the 'Significance of Pan-Amer-
ican Day'' and Bob Bailey torn o
the Organization and History of
the Club.
A clever musical quiz of Latin
lyrics was held with Miss Virgi-
nia Keenan at the piano and Ro-
bert Granberry as the M.C.
Mr. Fabian Pinto, president of
the Rotary Club made the follow-
ing awards: first prize went i o
Harry Compton for his essay on
Costa Rica; 2nd prize went.to
Albert Attla for his work on Co-
lombia; and Tom Kelly won third
prize for his essay on Hondurns.
Jimmy Doyle won honorable
mention for his composition en
private Industry to build defense
facilities.
About $4.600.000.000 has been
put up by private Industry so far
under the amortization plan
which permits Industrialists to
write off defense plant costs In
five years for tax purposes.
Harrison defended the pro-
fram as a "sound Investment" in
he public Interest.
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The guesU were: Mrs. Jolvi
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Mrs. Ricardo Vazquez. Mrs.
Frank D. Stevens. Mrs. Denver
N. Heath. Mrs. James R. Je.si.
Mrs Walter G. McBiide, Mr;.
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Guests at Fort Davis
, Lt and Mrs. William Llnd-
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Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Carnes of Fi-
sherman with their children,
Marparet Christine and I
brlelle. Annabeth Llndstrom was
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SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1MI
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Yankees Pennant Hopes Soar As Army Rejects Mickey Mantle
filost Talked About Rookie
i>els 4'F CUissificiation
By UNITED PRESS
If New York Yankee baseball fane are little "pennant happy"
lame It on an Oklahoma draft board.
- The board has given 19-year old Mickey Mantle the most
Ulked-about rookie of tht year the green-light to play ball
this season. *
2 Mantle, who has been batting around .40. most of the spring,
Eeeamt- the center of some bitter discussion because of his 4-F
Bfssification In the draft. He's bothered by a chronic bone di-
eefse ' the left leg. Some fans asked how the young outfielder
Build run so fast on the base paths and still not be eligible for
fie draft.
These questions reached the Oklahoma drsf tboard, so Mantle
Mas called in last Wednesday for a re-examlnatlon.
The second physical test backs up the first. Mantle be-
muse of the bone condition which has enlarged the lower por-
tion of his left leg still Is not eligible for service. As Joe Pay-
ton, a member of the Oattawa County, Oklahoma draft board,
nuts it ".Mantle is not acceptable far induction into the Arm-
{[Forces at the present time."
J Now the air is clear. Mantle is free to prove tk*t the base-
63u experts are saying about him that he is iMdy for the
MTJor Leagues.
Mantle received news of his continued deferment with mixed
feeling.
Tin sorry 1 couldn't qualify to fight for my country," be
says, "but I'm glad to be able to play for the Yankees."
The young outfielder, who left the Yankees last Tuesday to
report to draft officials at Tulsa, Oklahoma, to rejoin the team
In New York this morning.
1 K*'\/i-o'~"^r'(fht Eye* ,nd ^oan Walh ' asily over ."jump in
Ihe Mid-South Horse Show, near Pinehurst, NO. The flving paint
;ilOb pieced second in the handy jumpers' class. Ha is owned by Ins
.Wders lather, Michael G. Walsh of Southern Pine; N.C. (NEA;
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THE CHAMPIONS The Cristobal High School team, winners of the first annual Junior
College Invitational Basketball Tournament just completed at the Balboa gymnasium poses
above. Kneeling, from left. Henry Waahtel. Arnold Manning. Dick Sullivan, Bob Bailey, and
Gilbert Smith; back row. W. S. K. Trapnell. of the Panama Tours Agency which donated the
trophy. John Anderson. Bill Blackburn, John Allgaler, Rav Wilson, Carl Simons and Coach
Paul Moser.
Once Wealthy Panama Al' Ta
Be Buried In Paupers Ground
Tefilo Alfonso Brown, better
known as Panam Al Brown, died
Wednesday night a poverty stric-
ken and bed-ridden patient, of
the 8ea View Hospital on Staten
Island. He had been ailing for
the past two years with tuber-
culosis.
Brown, once considered a
wealthy man, will be buried in
a panper's plot unless someone
claims the body. Thus far no
friends or relatives have put in
a claim.
The former World's Bantam-
weight Champion Is the only
boxing champion to blossom on
the Isthmus. The Panamanian
copped the world title bv de-
clslonlng Vidal Oregorlo In June
of 1929 .
Panam Al temporarily drop-
ped the crown to Eugene Huat of
France by decision over 15 rounds
at Montreal, Quebec on Oct. 27.
Al regained hi* championship by
beating Huat In ten rounds on
June 18 in Paris
In July of 1934 the N3A. de-
clared the title vacant due to
Brown's failure to defend. The N.
Y. Commission followed the N.
B. A.
The NBA. then Inaugurated a
tournament from which Sixto
Bscobar emerged as champion.
However, all European countries
continued to recognize Brown as
the world's champ.
Al finally lost European re-
cognition when he was defeated
bv Baltasar Sangchtlli of Spain.
The Spaniard outpointed Al In
15 rounds In August of 1935.
During: 1931 and 1940 Brown
lived in Paris and built up a
reputation as a lavish spender
and lover of the cay Paris night
life. He at one time owned, a
palatial mansion and a large
string of thoroughbreds that
carried his colors all over
France.
After several vears retirement,
Brown tried a comeback here in
Panam during 1941 and '42. He
knocked out Baby Nelson. Leo-
cadio Torres and Kid Fortune in
quick succession. Then he droo-
ped two decisions to Eduardo Ca-
rrasco and definitely hung up
the gloves.
During bis eoolrful career.
Al fought 139 timeswinning
123 and losing 16. He scored 51
knockouts, won S9 on decision,
three on fouls, and drew ten
times. He was never knocked
out. lost 14 decisions plus .two
n fouls.
LOOK MA, ONE HANDMaybe Sweden's Stig Stalin isn't show-
ing (he best boxing form, but this is a pretty good one-handstand
under the urging of a right thrown by Richard Guerrero in their
international amateur bout at the Chicago Stadium. Guerrero
won a decision snd the middleweight championship. (NEA)
Sports Briefs
By I'NITED PKrSS
Friday The 13th
Fire Burns Down
Norfolk Bleachers
NORFOLK. Va., April 14 (UPl
Fire broke out In the packed
bleachers of Myers Field here
yesterday during a Friday the
13th exhibition game before 10.-
000 fans, but no one was injured.
The flame burst through the
right fields stands while the New
York Giants and the Cleveland
Indians were deadlocked in a
tense 2-2 fifth inning tie.
Thousands of fans were forced
down onto the diamond while a
wind whipped the bla?e through
the stands, and a pall of smoke
hung over the field.
A line of cars blocked fire en-
gines racing to the scene and the
stands were destroyed before the
flames were brought under con-
trol.
Firemen said the blaze start-
ed from a clgaret tossed into dry
frasa below the bleachers. Fans
uddled along the base Unas of
the outfield for the remaining
Innings.
The game had drawn the big-
gest crowd In the ball park's his-
tory.
A California State Assembly
Committee has voted to make it
a felony to be involved In a sports
fix. The measure passed the As-
sembly Judiciary Committee and
specifically adds basketball to a
standing law dealing with bri-
bery in sporting events.
Executive Director Ben Llnd-
heimer of Arlington and Wash-
ington Parks says the 1951 rac-
ing season will offer two and one j
half million dollars In purses and !
stakes at those Chicago parks.
The Arlington Handicap and the I
Washington Handicap both '
100-thousand dollar racesoffer i
the big purses.
The United States Golf Asso-
flatlon has nawed William Cas-
lemn of Dallas and John Clock
of Long Beach. California to Its
executive board. Castleman Is
tournament chairman of the
Trans-MiasUslppi Golf Associa-
tion, and Clock Is a former presi-
dent of both the California and
Southern California Golf Asso-
ciations...
Dick Savitt of Orange, New
Jersev and Budge Patty of Los
Angeles have reached the semi-
finals of the Men's Tennis Sin-
gles at Rome. In another match,
defending champion Jaroslav
Drobnv of Egypt eliminated
Straight Clark of Los Angeles.
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Derby Hopefuls
In Distance
Tests Today
NEW YORK, April 14 (U.P.)
The weekend racing calendar
should answer several kev ques-
tions about the Kentucky Derby.
Question number one concerns
"Uncle MUtle," the current
choice in the May 5th Run for
the Rosea. Owner Joseph Colan-
do* bay colt romped to victory
last Tuesday In a six furlong race
at Jamaica. Uncle Miltle has a
chance today to show what he
can do at a longer distance in
the second section of the Expe-
rimental Handicap at the New
York Track. That race la over
one mile and one 18th. The Derby
distance is a mile and one quar-
ter. And Uncle Mlltie Is an odds
on (S-S) favorite even thounh
he'll carry top weight of 128
pounds.
Two other Derbv hopefuls
"Battlefield" and "Big Stretch"
have been wlthdrgwan for the
Experimental Number Two. Un-
cle Miltle beat both of them In
Tuesday's race. Battlefield, still
not in top form, is being prepped
for the Wood Memorial test
next week. Trainer Jack Oaver
says Big Stretch Is being shipped
to Kentucky and probablv will
start next In the Blue Grass
Stakes at Keeneland on April
26th.
Another ranking Derbv candi-
date "Repetotre" will get a
chance to show off In Maryland.
Reoetolre heads a field of eight
Including two other Derby can-
didates In the 20 thousand
dollar Chesapeake Stakes at
Laurel.
As In the caae of Uncle Miltle
the exDerts will watch how Re-
petolre does over the longer dis-
tance. The Chesapeake U one
mile and one-18th. and Mrs. No-
ra Mikells three-year-old will
carrv 119 pounds.
Another Basketball Fixer
Arrested For 'Dumping'
Exhibition
Results
Boston (A i 200 000 50512 13 0
Boston (M500 Oil 001 8 11 1
Mel Parnell. Chuck Btobbs (8)
and Buddy Rosar.
Vern Blckford, Dick Donvan
(8 >, George Sstock T i. Bob Hall
(0) and Ray Mueller.
W. P. Stobbs.
"L. P. Estock.
HRTed William* (Boe-A)
first, one on.
Sid Oordon (BosN, 9th
None on.
Philadelphia
(Al 010 040 0117 9 1
Philadelphia
(N) OGO 101 0002 8 1
Bobby 8chantz. Hank Wyse (I)
and Joe Tipton.
Robin Roberts. Leo Crlstante
(8i, Jim Konstanty (8> and Andv
Seminick.
W. P. Wyse. L. P. Roberts.
HR-Willie Jones (PhaN)
Fourth, none on.
Sam Chapman (PhaA), fifth,
one on.
Del Ennls (PhaN>, sixth,
none on.
N York (Ni 110 020 0208 1 2
Clev. 002 010 201 10 0
Mage, Gettel and Westrum.
Lemon and TebbetU.
Brooklyn
. (Ni 031 030 0007 9 I
N. York (Al 114 000 008 9 2
Newcombe, King and Cgmpa-
nella.
Raschl, Lopat, Muncrle and
Berra.
Abaent-minded. Indeed
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP)
For iwo hours. Joe Horan drove
his laxlcab around the city rn-
Hwa'f that there was $11,000 in
cash and checks on the rear sea..
The valuables had been left there
by an absent-minded bank mes-
senger.
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NEW YORK, April 14 (U.P.)
New York District Attorney
Frank Hogan has arrested the
missing link In the series of bas-
ketball fixes by Long Island Uni-
versity players. Hogan says Dick
Feurtada has been charged with
throwing four games The for-
mer L-I-U player Is said to have
collected four thousands dollars
in bribes.
Police have been on the look-
out for Feurtada ever since the
first of six L-I-U players was ar-
rested a month ago. He was dis-
covered by accident at Santa
Cruz. California, when New York
detertives. sent there on a com-
pletely different matter, ran
across him. Feurtada agreed to
come to New York for question-
ing. This afternoon he broke
down and admitted his part In
the gambling fixes. Hogan said
Feurtada Is involved with accus-
ed fixer Balvatore Snllaso. and
another gambling ring.
Feurtada Dlayed during the
1949-50 season.
He Is the 17th player to be ar-
hrested In New York. An 18th Is
out on ball as a material witness.
Feurtada admitted taking 500
dollars for the January 1st, 1949.
came against Duquesne which
the Blackbirds lost 64-55. Feur-
tada picked up one thousand dol-
lars for the North Caroline State
game January 17th. won by N-C
8tate 55-52. He collected 25-hun-
dred dollars for the next two
tames, against Cincinnati on
ebruary 24th of 1950, and a-
gainst Syracuse two weeks later.
Cincinnati won 83-83. and Syra-
cuse topped L-I-U 80-52.
Feurtada told District Attor-
ney Hogan he contacted the fix-
ers through Eddie Gardformer
Lrl-U star who is under arrest.
"When we met Sollazo," Feur-!
tada said, "he asked us If Gard
could speak for u. "We told him j
It would be okay."
The first payoff was wrapped;
In a handkerchief.
Feurtada said Gard. Natle Mil-'
er and Lou Lipman also were in-'
volved In the Duquesne fix; Al
Blgos and Gard In the North Ca-
rolina fix: and Blgog, Gard, and
Sherman White in the other two.
Those players already have
admitted throwing games and
are out on bail. Feurtada Is slat-
ed for arraignment. Hogan hint*
he'll ask low bail since Feurtada
co-operated.
De Vicenzo Returns
To Argentina After
Successful! Tour
Roberto de Vlncenzo. leading
Argentine Roller, left Miami a-
board El Interamericano Thurs-
day 'April 12-Fllght 3S3-8 p.m.)
for Buenos Aires.
De Vicenzo is returning to Ar-
gentina after completing a suc-
ceisful tour of major golf tour-
naments in various South Amer-
ican countries, Mexico and the
United 8tates. His last tourna-
ment was the Masters in Au-
gusta. Georgia, where he finish-
ed 13th in a field of 84.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Balboa Wins Everythig
In Junior ROTC Contest
A enthusiastic crowd of over
1,000from both Pacific and At-
inttc Sides last night watched
cadet* from the Canal Zone High
School's Junior ROTC's ro snap-
Slly through their paces at the
alboa Stadium.
"Bplendld, Just splendid," de-
clared U8ARCARIB commander
Major Qen. Rav *. Porter when
he had finished taking the open-
ing review.
General Porter has been a
staunch advocate of the ROTC
and Its training and acts "proud-
er father'' than the proudest fa-
ther of any of them.
When the awards were made,
CZ Boy Seoul Week
Starts With Church
Services Tomorrow
Highlighting the observance of
Boy Scout Week, April 15 to 21,
the International Boy Scouts of
tria Canal Zone will present
"thank you" badges to General
P. K. Newcomer, Governor of the
Panam Canal; Colonel Richard-
son Selee, Civil Affairs Director
and Dr. Lawrence Johnson, Su-
perintendent of Schools, for the
services they rendered the or-
ganisation during the past four
years.
The presentation is, scheduled
to take place in the governor's
office at 10 a.m. Tuesday. It will
be made bv Alfred E. Osborne,
the first president to serve the
Local Council of the Internation-
al Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone.
"Striving for a better world
that scouting," has been
chosen as the theme for Boy
Scout Week, which will be mark-
ed with a program of activities
each day.
Among these are Included
scouts attending services at their
respective churches Sunday .duty
to God Dav, also an address by
the President. William Jump,
over station "Atlntico" at 8:30
p.m.; a Cuberee at La Boca and
Silver City from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, Cub Dav: Services to
Sponsors Friday. Lolaytl Day;
and a Camporee at Gamboa for
Pacific side scouts and Gatun
for Atlantic side scouts next Sat-
urday, Field Dav.
It Is also planned to tribute
Ellis L. Fawcett as Councilman
of the Year 1950-51; Maurice Hey
wood, scoutmaster of Paraso
troop, elected Leader of the Year
and George Hamilton, Troop
Leader of Gamboa troop, Scout
of the Year.
Daniel Foster of Troop No. 4,
Silver City, was singled out as
runner-UD for Leader of tha
Year, and Sinclair Small, Patrol
Leader of Troop No. 12. Silver
CUV. runner-up for Soout of the
Year.
TROPICAL SOON
the Pacific aiders were found to
have carried off all of the hon-
ors. The Cristobal ROTC, how-
ever, Is In Its first year while the
Balboa ROTC Is winding up Its
third year.
And tha Cristobal Drill team,
although not yet as hand-
somely outfitted as their Bal-
boa opposite numbers, needed
to yield to none.
(Military men said that the
Balboa drill, based on old Army
drill, was more difficult, but to
the untutored observer the per-
formance of the Cristobal outfit
was more eye-catching. An out-
standing feature of the Cristobal
drill team was a synchronised
handling of their rifles. I
Best cadeU of the ROTC group
was Sergeant First Class Ken-
neth Withers of Balboa's com-
pany B, son of the Panam Ca-
nal's Director of Engineering and
Construction, Col. George K.
Withers. Second and third places
In the individual competition
went to two Comnany A cadets;
Cpl. Lawton Butler and Cadet
1st Class William Kaska, respec-
tively.
They were given medals bv Lt.
Paul aidebothan, on behalf of
the Panam Canal Department
Reserve Officers Association.
Plaques and individual medals
were awarded to first and sec-
ond place sauads Cadet Cpl.
Sidney Shore's third squad of
Company A's 2nd Platoon, first.
and Cadet Cpl. Henry Crux's
third squad of Comnanv B's
2nd Platoonbv Cloyd Appleby
for Elks Lodge 1414.
Top platoon commander and
top platn were Cadet Lt. Mi-
chael McNevln and his 2nd Pla-
toon of Company A. They were
given a plaque and individual
ribbons bv the Pacific Civic
Council, Emm*t Zemer making
the presentation. Cadet Lt. Mc-
Nevln was also awarded a medal
by Clifford Olen on behalf of the
Scottish Rite bodies.
Most coveted honor among the
cadet erups was the company
competition which wound up the
evening's events. Awarded this
honor was Balboa's Company C.
commanded by Cadet Capt. Sam
Maphis. whose outstanding per-
formance as commander won the
competition for his company.
He was given a n\edal by Ed-
ward Greene, representing the
Knights of Columbus, and the
company was given a plaque, in-
dividual ribbons and a streamer
for ltd guidon by Lt. Col. Norman
Elton, on behalf of the Balboa
Junior-Senior High School PTA.
One Balboa Cadet. Richard
Harris of Curundu. was taken
from the review to Gorgas- Hos-
pital and was admitted for ob-
servation for apDendlcltis. He
was doing well today.
Idaho Republican
Would Have Traman
Resign Prosidency
WASHINGTON. April 14, (UP)
Sen. Herman Welker, R., id.,
this week urged Pres. Truman
to resign so Vice President Alber.
W. Barkley can succeed him In
the White House and "restore
unity and confidence" to the na-
tion.
Welker advanced the proposal
during a Senate speech denounc-
ing the Chief Executive for oust-
ing Gen. MacArthur as Supreme
United Naltons Commander In
Asia. He said SO per cent of the
telegrams flooding into his office
demand Mr. Truman's Impeach-
ment.
"Let us have the leadership of
the great Vice President of the
United States, who overnight
would restore unity and confi-
dence to this country," Welker
told his colleagues. ,
Ho said MacArthur'i oust*r
was a "victory" for Secretary of
State Dean Acheson. "Alger Hiss
and the rest of that group of
traitor*." The President, he add-
ed, should have fired them in-
stead of MacArthur. (Hiss, for-
mer State Department official, la
serving a five-year Jail sentence
on grounds he lied when he de-
nied passing secrets to Moscow.)
Welker's speech recalled a sim-
ilar proposal soon after the Re-
publican sweep in the 1946 Con-
gressional elections.
At that time. Sen. J. William
Fulbrlght, D., Ark., suggested
that Mr. Truman appoint a Re-
fiubllcan Secretary of State and
hen resign his high office. Un-
Princess Elizabeth
Received By Pope
VATICAN CITY. April 14 (UP)
Princess Elizabeth of Britain
and her husband the Duke of
Edinburgh were received in a ?5-
minute private audience by Pope
Plus XII yesterday In his private
library at the Vatican Palace.
The princess was dressed In ft
black silk long sleeve gown which
reached almost to her ankles. She
wore a black lace veil over her
head.
In London O. T. Taylor, secre-
tary of the Protestant Alliance,
protested the audience.
He said he appreciated matters
of diplomatic courtesy might be
involved, but he considered 't
more fitting that the Pope should
call on the princess.
der the rules of succession pre-
vailing at that time, the Secre-
tary of State would have become
President. .
Fulbrlght's proposal, advanced
in the "name of representative
government." was greeted with
ley scorn at the White House and
there has been a noticeable cool-
ness between the Senator and
the Chief Executive ever since.
Welker's proposal was likely to be
ignored.
The Idaho Senator claimed
that the President has destroyed
all chances for unity In the
country by removing MacArthur.
The only way lt can be restored,
he said, is for Mr. Truman to step
down.
"If the President wants to be a
Great American and I am sure
that way down deep in his heart
he does want to be a Great Amer-
ican pleast have him resign,"
Welker said.
Next Thursday!
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Smithsonian Seeks
To Bone Up
On Ancient Panam
The Smithsonian Institution
would like to know the location
of any deposits of fossil bones
known to exist anywhere in Pan.
ama.
In order to determine the
authenticity of these bones quar-
ries, lt is requested that samples
of the bonss be sent to the Board
of Health Laboratory, Gorgas
Hospital, Ancon. Canal Zone, for
submission to the Smithsonian
Institution.
Such bones are usually miner-
alised from thousands of years of
preservation In the ground.
Both Dr. C. Lewis Gazin and
Mr. Franklin Lse Pearce, Pal-
aeontologists of the Smithsonian
Institution who worked In Ocu
last year and in Pes this year
have returned to Washington
with a excellent collection of the
fossil bones found In Pes, tak-
ing back with them about four
tons of material.
Reconstruction of the skeleton
of the giant sloth, megatherium,
is now on exhibition In the Mu-
seo Nacional in Panam City.
The Smithsonian Institution
would like to send Dr. Gaxin back
to Panam next year If more
bone deposits can be found
which are considered valuable
enough to warrant excavation.
College Authorities
Arrive To Study
Residence Credit
Dr. Joseph Bro'uillette. Director
of the Extension Division, Loui-
siana State University accompa-
nied by Professor Oeorge Mat-
thes, arrived on the Isthmus yes-
terday to study the possibilities
of setting up a college residence
credit program in this area, ac-
cording to Headquarters, United
States Army Caribbean.
Plans have been made for the
visitors to confer with the Chiefs
of Staff, Caribbean Command
and U.8. Army Caribbean and to
visit various local educational
advisors and schools.
Dr. Broulllette and Professor
Matthes will be housed at 'he
Ouest House, Fort Amador, dur-
ing their one week visit.
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SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1W1
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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloti oil point i
' and enamcli. Mildew-proof. $3.25
lion. Tropiduro Stare*.
FOR SALE:PAA tickets; reserva-
""tlons accepted ot its new AGENCY
in Bella Vista. 25 Per Ave. CO-
PA Office. Ample parking space.
FOR SALE:2 Cameras. Cine-Kodak
8 mm. moving picture model 25,
f-2.7 complete with carrying -case.
Used only twice, practicolly new.
Also Argus 35 mm. complete with
carrying cose, range-finder, photo-
flash attachments. All above for
$80.00. Call Bolbor, I 304 between
5 7 p.m. '_______________
FOR SALE:Small Baby Grand Pia-
no in good conditions. Reasonable
price. 41th Street No. I. Tel.
3-0672. ^^________
FOR SALE
Household
cOR SALE:Leaving, R.C.A. Radio,
Frigidaire refrigerator, livingroom
suite, large gas stove, chinaware,
etc., portable paint sprayer, Sim-
mons mattresses and springs, all
excellent condition. No. 10, 9th
Street San Francisco, after 5 p.m.
PANAMUSICA offers a large selec-
tion of 45 RPM classical and pop-
ular albums Victor, London ond
Decca. Central Av*. No. 127 across
from Zig-Zog. Open until 10 p.m.
every evening.
FOR SALE:New gold panning ma-
chine. It concentrates about two
grams per cubic yard and could
handle 20 yards a day. Also omol-
gamotion drum with I'2 H.P. Ga-
soline engine. Come to see them
'l Saturday or Sundoy 1 to 5 p.m. to
Va Espoa No. 54. Apt. 2, or coll
Bolivar Mrquez. Jr. Tel. 3-2288
Panama. m
FOR SALE: Biltrite stroller type
" carriage, accommodates 2 children;
'"9 ft. safety gate; 2 shoe Rocks.
Phone 2-2717.
- MOTHERS, protect baby's feet in the
" best and sofest way you con!
JUMPING JACK Shoes ore rec-
commended by specialists. Sold ex-
'"clusively at SABYLANDIA. No.
43rd Street. ("If Iff for the Baby,
' we hov* it").
iiU------.-----------------------------------------------------------------------
FOR SALE:Upright piano. Excellent
condition. Phone 4-565 after 5
" p.m.
fOR SALE:Get your SKAT-THIIF
cor burglar alarm BEFORE you lose
*... your car or tires. Installed in a few
'-minutes. Radio Colidonia. 126
C*ntrol Ave., Phone 2-1326.
MUST SELL TODAY: Bathmette,
'- good condition $5.00; Radio S9.00;
a. Washtub $1.00. 2115-D Curun-
du. 83-2104._______________________
*FOR SALE:Pedigreed Cocker Span-
iels, registered with A. K. C,
5 weeks old. 257-B Gotun._______
. FOR SALE: One Caterpillar D-4
-heavy duty brond new still in crote
extros. Box 1191, Ancon, C. Z.
' Dr. Wendehoke, Medical Clinic, Day
,pnd Night service. Central Avenue
133. Phone Panama City 2-3479.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refrige-
rator, good condition, porcelaine
Inside ond outside. Con be seen at
Colle 50. Apt. 14.
FOR SALE:Simmons toble, 6 chairs
$40; Gas stove $20. Ave. Justo
Arosemena 97, Apt. 3.
Leaving for States, Estate stove, Fri-
gidaire 7 cu. ft. Usndix washing
machine. Call 3-3543.
FOR SALE:1950 Kenmore auto-
matic washing machine. New.
Lime-oak chest of drawers, new.
1 I -A New Cristobal, Saturday and
Sunday.
BARGAIN! Leaving for States, re-
frigerator, stove, bedroom, living-
room, all like new, coll morning.
Ave. Nacional 30, Apt. 2.
FOR SALE:Mahogany ^dining table.
Combination buffet and China ca-
binet. 374-B 2nd St. New Cristo-
bol. Phone 3-1469.
FOR SALE:Studio Couch. Will sell
cheap purchaser's reasonable offer.
House 598, Bohio Place, Ancon,
Conal Zone. Tel. Balboo 2870.
FOR SALE:Small up-right Baldwin
Piano, Simmons chairs, Hollywood
style. Bed with innerspnng ond box
spring. Bendix woshing machine.
Westinghouse 9.4 refrigerator, 2
yr. 4 mo. guarantee left, Royal Dal-
ton China, baby's crib, 2 youth's
beds, electric fan, day-bed, single
cot, floor and wall lamps, other
small items. Condition excellent.
House 5616-B, Diablo. Phone
2-1213.
FOR SALE:Graf lex Camera f.4.5
Ektar lens, 1/1000 sec. speed,
slightly used. $75.00. List price
,..$155.00. Camera Store. Lobby Ho-
tel El Panami.
"FOR SALE-Baby crib, good condi-
tion. Call Balboa 2-2663 or 761,
Barnebey St., Apt. D, Bolboo.
fQR SALE:New Remington electric
. shaver. "Hotpoint" percolator. Si-
lex "Vaculator" both eight cups.
Dressing table, side table, uphol-
stered Windsor chair, pictures,
adjustable scot for old fashioned
both tubs. Kitchenware, plateglass
shelves, potted begonia, philadend-
rom. 1946 Hudson Club Coupe
only 2,900 miles. Many other
rneles. 793-B Tavermlla St. Bal-
boa Tel. 2-1855.
LESSONS
Lecrn to dance Waltz, fox-trot, Jitter-
bug, rumba, tongo, m a m b o .
i Charleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesdoy,
Thursday. Soturday all day. Hornett
(j Dunn.
/MUSIC: Beginners and those who
olreody play; try new fascinating
piano method which guarantees
fost results. Call for free lesson
. Demonstration! Bennett. No. 9
- Juan B. Sosa. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE: Complete household
furnishings mostly new or excellent
condition. Philippine Ration living-
room set. Cowes mahogany toble,
choir, diningroom set. Also drop
leaf table nd 4 chairs. Twin beds,
Simmons spring with innerspring
mottresses. Double chest of draw-
ers, night table, dressing table with
bench, mirrors, boby furniture. Hot
water heater. Stove ond refrige-
rator. Con be seen every morning
and by appointment other time.
No. 6. 49th Street "Franconia"
Building, Apt. 2-B. Tel 3-3001.
FOR SALE:Radio. Silvertone. 11
tubes, floor model $35. Coll PAD
6259.
FOR SALE:-- 1 settee. I chair. 2 end
tables all bamboo; 1 GE table mo-
del radio; I baby tendo table.
562-A Curundu Heights. 83-3112.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Real Estate. Three con-
crete block chalets on 3', 2 ocres
of land, tiled red floors, modern
facilities, fruit, gardens, 1 \'i miles
in Arraijan. See owner on premises,
Johnson.
FOR SALE: Reosonable. Modern
6-room concrete Chalet, city con-
veniences. Fruited Land, fenced,
4-miles from Coln, Tronsistmian
Highwcy.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Republic Seabee. re-
licensed March, fire place, Excel-
lent condition. Leaving for States,
must sell. Moke offer. Box 2792
Cristobal. Tel. 3-1874, Mon.,
thru Fri.
FOR SALE:22 foot Chris Croft
speed boat. Chrysler powered. No.
448. Two poir water ski. Cristobal
Yacht Club anytime or call 3-1008.
Wanted Position
Bilingual American with administra-
tive, sales, transportation and gen-
eral business background seeks
position. Excellent references. Write
J. D. c/o Box 134. Ponomi.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:1946 Indian Chief A-l
condition. Reasonbale. House 0129
t, Margarita.
HdONfel
CERVEZA
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Chalet or apartment with
three bedrooms, two boths, maid's
room and bath. Willing to purchose
some furniture. Call 2-2644 dur-
ing office hours.
WANTED:Blonde Cocker Sponiel
Pup. female, up to six months old.
Phone 2-2747.
WANTEDHome for half Persian
Kittens. Coll Pearce. House 117
Pedro Miguel. Tel. 4-407.
WANTED:25 cycle washing ma-
chine. Balboa 2510.
Help Wanted
Maid for general housework. Good
home. Must stay in nights and go
to country on weekends. Will ac-
cept papers if foreigner. House
150 on em way street to Quarry
Heights.
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:1948 Pontioe Converti-
ble, hydramatic 8 W/W tiro, ra-
dio, heoter, new top, excellent con-
dit.on. Call 2-2768. House 1513-D
Balboo.
FOR SALE:'49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
FOR SALE:Super-Six, 4-door Hud-
son Sedan 1946. leather uphol-
stery, excellent condition, 5 brond
new tires. 5:00"to 7:00 p.m. House
1580-A Cacao St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Leaving, 1949 Kaiser
DeLuxe, 17,000 actual miles, ex-
cellent condition throughout, w/w
tires, undercoated, duty paid, sa-
crifice, Plomera Noaonol 32nd
Street between Central and Per
Avenue.
Retired Americans: For only $35.00
we lease house and land on Trons-
Isthmian Highway, 20 minutes
from city, with river, light, run-
ning water. Inquire personally II,
36th St. near Lux Theater, Pot-
terson's.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonto Claro
Box number 435. Balboo. Phone
Panami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Casino Santa Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
FOR SALE:One-ton, '47 Chevrolet
stoke truck. Excellent and econ-
omical running condition. Tel.
2-1 112. Panami.
Must sell '.'2 ton Pick-up, 1948,
Chevrolet, used privotely, remof
vable canopy over rear, good paint,
mechanical condition and tires.
$1.000. Briscoe. 5611 Diablo, Tel.
Balboo 2649. '
FOR SALE:Packard two door Se-
dan, white woll tires, seat covers
in extreamly good condition with
6500 miles for $2,000.00. Terms.
Call Arias at 2-2322 in the morn-
ing.
FOR SALE:1942 Plymouth Con-
vertible, motor in excellent condi-
tion, radio. Call 85-4174 or can
be seen ot 5557-B Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE:Buick 1949 Super Con-
vertible, fully equipped, new car
condition. 1426-A. Carr St. Bal-
boo. Phone 2-3583.
FOR SALE 1948 Nosh Ambassador
Club Coupe $350.00 down, excel-
lent condition, plastic seat covers,
spolight. Balboa 3125.
FOR SALE:1948 Packard Conver-
tible. Completely equipped, ex-
cellent condition, duty poid. cash
or terms. 2-1471 or 2-1035.
FOR RENT:ALHAM1KA APAKT-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No, 8061, 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
FOR SALE:1940 Chevrolet. 4-door
Sedan, kept thoroughly in fin* con-
dition. Owner leaving. Best offer
accepted. See Mr. Friedman at
"Casa Fasllich."
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Super in
excellent condition, original owner.
Tel. 2-3476 Bolboo.
FOR SALEDodge Panel truck %
ton, excellent condition. $300.00.
House 157-A. Tel. 4451 Pedro
Miguel.
SALE:1948 Chevrolet, two door
Sedon. 23,500 miles. Good motor,
clean cor. Five w/s/w general tires.
Radio ond clock. Owner leaving
Isthmus. Car priced right for quick
cash sale. $1,000. Telephone Navy
2475.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick-Special,
4-door Sedon, excellent condition.
Can be financed. Located at House
2107-D, Curundu.
FOR SALE:4 wheel trailer with ex-
tra wheel. Call Gamboa 523 after
5 p.m.
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet perfect
condition, newly painted, leoving
Isthmus. House 8059, 10th St.
Apt. I, Coln.
FOR SALE:1939 Plymouth. 4-door
Sedon, good rubber ond in good
condition. $350.00. Con be seen
in front of Gotun Fire Station.
FOR SALE:1949 Cadillac 62 Se-
don, 27,000 miles, hydramotie,
radio, white woll tires, seat covers,
gray Can be seen at 163 Central
Avenue (Station Square/.
FOR SALE1939 Oldsmobile, 4-door
Sedon, plostic seat covers ond ra-
dio. 1933 "Rockne" Studeboker
Coupe. Very good tires, runs good.
Moke me on offer on either or
both. Dennis, 83-5114. 2120-D
5th St., Curundu.
FOR SALE:1947 Mercury Conver-
tible, excellent condition; 1948
Solsbury motor scooter, excellent
condition; 1 Leico Camera; 1 King
Trombone. Phone 86-3103, Qtrs.
107-A Alb.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50* per heur
plus 7< per mile.
Insurance and driving
permit included.
Call Panam 2-1995
Gerof* Eliea.
THr I.F.rKVRE CORP
Phone 2-33SS
lots ron SAi.r.
D*wn Pivmrnt lie*.
Monlhly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
q Meier.
For Rent: Heavy equipment tor
(round leveling.
We Rent Lata on Long Term*
Lot Clue at $3 and U Weekly
^Uiinubjatfa
RESORTS
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
EVIDENCE
IN CASKET
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished cot-
tages, between Sant? Ciar* ond
Rio Hato. Phon* 2-3 '42. Panama
or see caretaker.
Gromlich's Sonta Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
SILIPHANE
A new and better water-
proofing by the makers of
AQUELLA for protection
of masonry and cement
paints. Clear and invis.
lble. Easy to apply with
brush or garden sprayer.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
2t Aye. Central
Tel. 3-014
RE-UPHOLSTER
Vour furniture like Dew.
Lowed price.
I*t me figure veur material
.. JIS**. Free Katlmatn
ALBERTO HERES Pan. S-3151
* am ta 7 am
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Large Chalet with mo-
dern commodities. No. 32, 9th
Street, San Francisco. Information
the same house. Phone 2-1456.
FOR RENT
Apartments)
FOR RENT:Apartment in 13th St.
Va Porras, San Francisco. House '
No. 16. Phone 3-2516.
FOR RENT:In Vista del Mar. small
apartment. Cool, quiet ond nice
view. Phone 3-0276.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment
living-diningroom $60.00. 56 Ave.
Porras, Key apartment 3. Phone
3-0841.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
sittinf-diningroom furnished $65,
all screened, entrance Of Son Fran-
cisco. Information: Phon* 3-0234.
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#20 Tivoll Ave. Apt. L
Tel. 2-3387.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.S to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT:Apartment in Ansonia \
Building, No. 1 East 44th Street;
Living-diningroom, porch. 3 bed-
rooms. Telephon* 3-0068.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment completely furn>sh*d screen-
ed, Gov. inspected, cool. Private
home 1/ responsible couple with-
out children. No. 82 Porros Rood,
Via San Francisco. Phone 2-3688.
Speciol Price.
FOR RENTApartments in the "Do-
rit" ond "Cormencita" building,
Via Paitilla: Living-diningroom, 2
bedrooms. $65.00. Tel. 3-0068.
FOR RENT:Cool modern 3-room
oportment located. House 8045,
9th St. New Cristobal. Apply Apt.
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Porras
Plata 6 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
(Continued from Pace 1)
that Johnston had asked him
whether there was anything re-
coverable, could not recall tiav-
lng told Johnston that the Stoef-
fel casket was not re-usable and
that the Panama Canal was not
Interested in buying "second-
hand" caskets.
Bohan, Instead, said that John-
ston had come to the morgue 10
collect the ashes of his late bro-
ther-in-law and, Bohan said, told
the latter to dispose of It as re
sew fit.
Yesterday Bohan has testified
that the Stoeffel casket had been
sold, for $210, by Bohan's assist-
ant, Wayne Detamore. and that
Detamore and Bohan had shared
money derived from this sale.
The matter of what Bohan re-
ferred to as "outside" caskets and
Hazard as "used" caskets was
given considerable prominence In
yesterday afternoon's proceed-
ings.
when it was reopened this
morning, and after defense coun-
sel W. J. Sheridan had put five
character witnesses on the stand,
the government presented John-
ston, as a rebuttal witness to de-
clare that Bohan had told him
that the government did not ouy
such caskets and had given him
the Impression that such coffins
would be scrapped.
The five character witnesses
were five well-known Pacific
Siders: Charles Hollander, H. D.
Raymond. Pat Coakley, Dr. Jas.
Zetek and Rabbi Nathan Wltkln.
gist of whose statements was
that Bohan was well and reputa-
bly known.
One other rebuttal witness,
Chief Inspector J. R. Williams
was called by Hazard, to refute
Bohan's statement that Williams
had questioned him on Barl Git-
tens' payment for the Wilhelmi-
na Cunningham funeral during
the morning of Jan. 23. He d.'d
not talk to Bohan about the Git-
tens' payment until that after-
noon, Williams said.
A minor flurry was caused
during the morning hearing
when one juror who had begun
to ask a question, which he Liter
halted, commented that Bohan
either had a "superlatively bad
memory or was lying."
On the stand yesterday Bohan
declared that he "never had any
intention of not paying" the m'
ney he had collected for the
j White and Cunningham funerals,
I said that he had "not grown
j rich" in his 35 years of govern-
ment service; that his efficiency
ratings had been "Excellent" un-
til his terminal rating under the
new system and that this was
Satisfactory"; that the 400-
hours in leave which he had ac-
crued had not been paid, nor had
his salary for most of January,
nor had he been reimbursed for a
return ticket on the Panam Line
which he had turned in for re-
demption two months ago.
Bohan declared that the prac-
tice of selling "outside" caskets
had pre-dated his service with
the Panam Canal and that he
and Detamore had split proceeds
from these for the past several
years, at the rate of one or two,
and sometimes none, per month.
Under cross examination he ex-
plained that he had thrown away
the receipt book from which the
White and Qittens receipts had
been taken on Jan. 23 because
he would have had no further use
for It.
On that day, he said, he had
Informed hospital officials that
he would accept no more money
and that he would have no oc-
casion to use the same book, as
he had done in the past for AFGE
dues receipts.
AT A REVIEW held Thursday afternoon, at the Fort Oulick
Gulick parade field. Major General Ray E. Porter. Command
lng General, US Army Caribbean, presented Major Joseph A.
Katallnas and 2nd Lieutenant John Prehle with the Com-
mendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant. Awards were pre-
sented for heroic, service on January 21, 1951. Clockwise:
General Porter, Major Katallnas, and Lieutenant Prehle.
(Official US Army Photo)
* *
Major, Lieutenant Honored
For Risking Lives In Surf
FORT GULICK, April 14.
Major Joseph A. Katallnas and
2nd Lieutenant John Prehle. both
of the faculty of the US Army,
Caribbean School, received the
Commendation Ribbon with Me-
tal Pendant from the hands of
Major General Ray E. Porter,
Commanding General, US Army,
Caribbean, at a review held
Thursday afternoon, at the Fort
Gulick Parade Field.
Taking part in the Review
were officers and enlisted men of
the armies of Bolivia. Colombia
(also Navy), Costa Rica, Cuba, E-
cuador, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Nicaragua Per and United
States of America Airmen of the
US Air Force also participated.
Major Katallna's citation reads
in part: "...on 21 January 1951
1 ... Major Katallnas risked his
; life in a heavy surf and under-
tow at Devil's Beach, near Fort
Sherman, Canal Zone, to pre-
vent the possible drowning of 1st
Lieutenant Walter McBride. his
son Michael McBride. aged 8.
: and 2nd Lieutenant John Prehle
1 ... His quick thinking and dlsre-
' gard for personal safety probably
preented loss of life...,r
Lieutenant Prehle's citation
reads In part: "... on 21 Jan-
uary 1951 .v .2nd Lieutenant John
Prehle risked his life In a heavy
surf and undertow at Devil's
Beach near Fort Sherman, Canal
Zone, to prevent the possible*
drowning of 1st Lieutenant Wal-
ter McBride and his son Michael
McBride, aged 8... His quick,
thinking and disregard for per-
sonal safety probably prevented
loss of life..."
General Porter was the reveiw-
ing officer. With him on the re-
viewing line were Colonel James
E. Bowen, Jr., Commanding Of-
ficer of the Atlantic Sector, and
Colonel James W. Pumpelly,
Commandant of the US Army
Caribbean School.
As is customary in reviews of
: this nature. Major Katallnas and
, Lieutenant Prehle joined the re-
, viewing line after the presenta-
tion of awards.
Colonel Bowen's staff at th
I review were Lt. Colonel M. E.,
'< Webb, Major R. C. Stump, andj
' Major G. B. Patton. Commander.
! of Troops for the review was Ma-
jor W. E. Lalche.
Panama Products Display
To Highliht Colon Fair
FOR RENT:One bedroom oportment.
near Hotel "El Panomi" No. 18
52nd Street. Enquire oportment 8
for informotion.
FOR RENT: Aportments. one-two
bedrooms, olso duplex, shor kitch-
*n and bath, single room private
both. All furnished or unfurnished.
Lowest prices. 44th St. No. 9. Ap-
ply Apt. 3.
FOR RENT:Aportment one large
bedroom and bath $40.00. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Comfortable furnished
room, best surroundings. All con-
veniences. Bella Vista No. 13
43rd Street.
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SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Joan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
A little ever two years ago a
group of civic minded "Colonen-
ses," banded together in an ef-
fort to make the city of Coln
more prosperous, and the center
of activities in Panam. This
group called themselves the "Co-
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
ATTENTION:For dentist office or
beouty parlor. Place for Rent in
cammerciol sector of San Francis-
co, $75.00. Write Box 1878 or
call for information Tel. 3-0234,
PERSONALS
MARRIED COUPLESA cordial wel-
come and a profitoble hour will
be yours at the "Couple's Class"
I the First Baptist Church in Bal-
boa Heights, 9:30 each Sunday
morning.
LOST & FOUND
$10.00 reward tor the return of let-
ter containing record of truck sale
ond 4 cords. Letter was in plain
brown commisary bag with paper
clip on top to keep letter from fall-
ing out. Addressed to H. Hodge.
Box 1107. Ancon.
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INTERNATIONAL
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Adjoining international Hotel
Eyrie Lodge Elks Set
Anniversary Ball
COLON. April 14 Eyrie Lodge
IBPO Elks of the World No. co-
tias announced that the "bills" cf
the group have completed ar-
rangements for the 25th anni-
versary ball to be held next Sat-
urday, April 21. at the Club Tro-
pical, chairman McPherson of
the ball committee has announc-
ed.
'Bill" Gus Trym and his ball-
room orchestra will furnish mu-
sic for dancing. There will be
prizes given.
At midnight, icllda Ross of the
Eureka Temple, who is the. win-
ner of the educational queen "on-
test. will be crowned oueen of
the ball.
On the same day. a delegation
of Elks headed by "Bill" Herman
J. Angiin, will leave Colon at 1
p.m. for the Puerto Pllon Old
Folks home, with presents of
foodstuffs, clothing and medi-
cine.
Flying Lions
Due Through
Panama Tuesday
A brace of lion cubs the gift
of a pretty lad; to a big city
will stop In Panama Tuesday to
catch their breath ii. Uie course
of a Pan American World Air-
ways flight from Los Angeles to
Caracas, Venezuela.
Actress Deborah Kerr, who
starred in the MGM feature
"Kin? Solomon's Mines" here re-
cently, is sending the playful lit-
tle fellows to Caracas in time
. for the opening of the big jungle
'picture there.
The little "Leos" are due on
PAA Flight 501 Tuesday night.
An MGM publicity release dis-
closes the surprising fact that
they are direct descendants of
the original "Leo" whose shaggy
mane and roar are known to
cinema audiences the world over.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
Britain May Send
5,000 More Men
To Korean Front
LONDON, April 14 (.P)
Britain plans soon to Increase its
armed forces in Korea, perhaps
by as many as 5,000 men.
There now are about 12,000
British soldiers fighting the
Communists in the Asiatic pen-
insula. Military sources said
plans are under way to build up
this force to a full Common-
wealth Division more than 20,-
000 men by sending in troops
from Britain. Canada and pro-
bably other Commonwealth na-
tions.
The troop Increase had been
under consideration for some
time before the dismissal of Gen.
Douglas MacArthur. but its an-
nouncement at this time was
considered a token of British
Socialist gratitude for the remo-
val of the American general.
From 700 to 1,000 Ethiopian
troops are scheduled to sail from
Djboutl for Korea Sunday.
Tobacco Labor Union
Certified Despite
AFL-CI0 Protests
WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP)
The National Labor Relations
Board said today the Pood. To-
bacco and Agricultural Workers
Union has been certified as the
bargaining agent for American
Tobacco Company emp 1 o y e s
here.
The NLRB dismissed objec-
tions raised by the AFL and the
CIO Steel Workers to the re-
cognition of Local 15 of the
Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and
Allied Workers Union as the
collective bargaining agent of
the employes. Local 15 had won
a run-off election at the plant
last year.
Ike's Plane Blows
Tire on Landing
At Luxembourg Field
LUXEMBOURG. April 14 TUP)
General Elsenhower has arrived
in Luxembourg for a week-end
visit after a four-day tour of
West German defenses.
His plane blew a tire and lurch-
ed to one side on lang, but no
one was Injured.
He will visit the American Mi-
nister Perle Mesta and con-
fer with John McCloythe Am-
erican High Commissioner for
Germany who Is driving to Lu-
xembourg from Frankfurt.
mlt Cvico Coln Prospera,'' or
the "Coln Prospers Committee."
The work' done by this groupj
has been impressive and laudlble,
and they have been instrumental
in bringing numerous visitors to
Coln from all corners of th
Isthmus. It has done much to
wards the cementing of food re
latlons with the "Good neigh-
bors" from the Canal Zone.
Probably one of their largest
activities, and one that is cer-
tain to be the attraction of the)
year, will be the May festival, to-
wards which the Coln Prosper
Committee has spared no ef-
forts. Scheduled to take placa
from May 12th through the 20th,
this fair will be the first of it's
kind held on the Gold Coast.
During the eight days of gay
activities, all th- Coln mer-
chants will display their wares,
both local and Imported. Mer-
chandise and materials produc-
ed in Panam will hold a fore-
most place among the many ex-
hibitions planned for the period.
The many imports, so vital to
the economy of the Isthmus, will
be shown and demonstrated to
the numerous "Colonenses" and
visitors expected in Coln for th
fair.
The Coln Arena will be th
sene of the animal shows. Own-
ers will be on hand to show their
animals, and there will be a dis-
play of horsemanship. Including;
comedy acts as well as skillful
riding.
The music makers of Coln and
other many orchestras, will co-
operate fully toward success of
event, with dances and music
lor listening pleasure. The Mo-
naco Garden will be the scene of
dances, and the orchestras will
show their talents with music
composed in Panam, as well a
foreign tunes.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
HEATLEY, Arthur Joseph, 22.
of Albrook field, formerly of
Springfield. L.I., to BALCHUN,
Ruth Marcella, 21. of Panau*
City.
Births
HYATT. Mr. and Mrs. Lester
A., of Gatun. daughter, April 11,
Colon Hospital.
Atlantic Society...
(Continued from Pag THREE)
of their families and over a hun-
dred guests at their home Thurs-
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Sail
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harris of
Gatun sailed Friday for a vaca-
tion } be spent in NashvH:e,
Tenn., with their son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Jrlr. and Mrs. Robei
Harris.
They were the guests for break-
fast of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Tho-
mas Friday morning.
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uThtirs Not to Reason Why"
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mm* TO ths m>w>rs
Among ether Mtetmed iaurnal* In the 48 Stales that m.bli*h
thU fitH?ur* ere tht Cinefiwau swoutrer ml Minneapolis Star
Tribuna, two of our favorite oapyruhe means newspirarsi:..
And o, like a distant relative, w nJoy snaking the thwnb'in-
dex at both xUmivi pages whenever we are reminded of them .
iSaVa JadUniTor a tight gain'.. They were amone; many news-
DftB#r VMUeh lulled their reader* to ileen when the nation was in
StfU We argue their editor and publisher did so because they
Tm didn't kriw what was goma un...AndAwhen the column
, teiennone ana trying to on ww w*. *< "jr ' '.
they might have inoulped. "do you base VOur ravings on about the
threat 04 a war?'.. .Instead, they poo-ROO'd our report a iar
back aa IMI.-Vwe would have told them all; "Buch pen as Do-
ftn ap'YTorrestal and helor* him AM't See'y of State A, A.
iaJle.Tr. (and FDRi. wovlded u* with the material in an effort
to gwggn tha people"... hi hort, right from the aovernmnt.
Ml gyeslngteu. one of the government chiefs, brought u to
Mr. Forestar Georgetown horn one night in March, 1848...
Before dinner the Defense Secretary said: "we are at peace. Nona
of u in government can say things that must be said. You have
a wide audience. Would you consider performing a service (or our
ounlrv* Tail the people how serlnus things are with Russia. We
are worried ever the manv newspapers and people who shrug
thirjg o; J will provide you with the facts and documentation.
But V>u must not ay at this Ume that you got it from us. Top
many editors and reader are saying: 'V. we mav have a war
with Hwejl. but have the Russians the Know-how?
Mr. Forrestgl ihen outlined a b*eadMt for its, Ad-
sitar ara t? **&&&'$&
Oh, my ON. Wat'" ex*ifdsaee.JM late I*ietel. "You
'"1 eaa talk] freerv. Re-
plenty of know-
fley. from Russia
"Oh, my 0*4. Welter!" es*Wsd tfc il
the Pele In hmH the time, and their first
would be Minneapolis!''
jits they can fly over
' American city
It
And so the next broadcast (rom Washington we broadcast
what Mr.>orratai gave a..."Mr. and Mrs. united tate.* we
prefaced, "I am speaflna from Washington2f>0 mil nearer the
news".,.And we went into iStz minutes of alowly-paced talk
basad o information given by the one man who knew the pern
-The Cinoy saner was one of the first to attack it. "We do not
regard WJncneTl.'' It said In ef(eot, "as an expert on International
witters".. Th* Minneapolis, editor called it; "Wlnchellltl" and
assured subscriber it was all "the hysteria of a New Yorker, a
non-expert who couldn't pussialv Know. ate."...Word like those,
anyway- And Time maiaalne reprinted this hokum, which could
only mialead more Amerjon...Lulling their people to slumber
doping their people into tauma their Dongreaamen not to fight
for defense a it would mean higher taxes.. That's why we
charge these newspaper people with Imperiling the nation.
The ether wteh in a plaintive UUU adltorial the Minneapoli
Tribune aid Winehell 'taSaa eraeka at ur1 because "we took x-
eeptlW to his IIYBTRRICAl, iptpnations that a shooting war with
Russia might break out at any moment. Some day the war Win-
ch" predfeteel mav eome and he then, no doubt, win twit us whh
what he says we sold 1 1M8".. That'll give you an idea, folks.
What doe that editor think we are fighting now? Doesn't he
read his own paper? Or doesn't it print the American dogfight
OVfr Korea?. Sec'y Marshall, months ago, said we -re fighting
for our lives The we that the Minneapolis paper says "mav
oom some dy" has been on (or the last f monthswith armies
in the field I
The Costellg eomwfnts in that 2vt hour exchange were "on
the aurfae stuff".. .His mgn. requests for "thla is off the record,
please0 might make a good book ope day If I outlive him. that ia
...When the interview epded I left him depressed... I was de-
lued, i mean...I learped things \ always, suspected abou*
utyufgery in hh waee...You oaonot trust anyone, to hear
iflga costello eonflded.aur*. I could turn over evidence
. of them-^aoa aome district attorney or enator would
.heaeflma ftdoinf something about it" Until things
of (...Then thoa in high plaoee or evan lowwould drop
return for sema "deal" entrtneared hv underworld Cr-ars. .
it's why l reaantlv Itemed: "if you had a murder scoop, to
whleh law epforoemant aaeney would you trmt it?".. .Oana-
iter have upsortM amlnent mensometimes because the
eminent- and reaneetable ettisens oame to themwhen defeat
*"** eartrtr^,.their agents would plead: "My man is having
some trouble, we could lose. Is there anything vou can do to help
U win'" e
the underworld and
imupity
t will
I want to take the myatery
out' of a now lormuia which,
virtually unnoticed, ha provok-
ed th next behlnd-the-wena
ilsht in Washington. And to
begin unraveling it. let me take
you behind the scenes of air-
plane companies whoe live
were sharpiy aflected when the
lll'St Nortn Korean tanks roared
south of the line.
Out 0/ (nee /irm teas ^a*
Amric*n. four dy /l#r fAe
cano"dino sfg'fed, l Pet-
Am World Alnooi/i tep
operating o spapiol airM/f Jo
r-okrf. It s/ofkered f bto
four . m o t o r e d commercial
ship, eoc^ capable o/ Aaui-
iny JOJW or more pounds 0
eoulnmen through the air. It
reoalled H* cae* PHo'1 w**
had been laM off "Me* com-
mercMI tr*vel pooped ovt.
Ooeratlon men were put on
a r"hour day; extra machan c
and ground crew tfoui m
crew to each plane) were hired.
skilled men put In new tele-
phone lines, teletype circuit
and counter-espionage security
gyatems. Bvep. the company ca-
feteria was rushed on a war
tune ohedule.
As for the other company,
Republic Aircraft, the security
people tell m that since
turn out th new Thupdorjeta,
all I can ay hre is thgt It ln-
oreased Us skilled workmen
staff 00 percent in le n
yar. and win go up 600 per
"'araphicaliy. thl explain why
last month civilian *mpioymon*
soared U> ao.lli.OOO Jobholder,
an all time high for March. And
in those four week, exactly
1274,000 of that total were on
newly created jobs.
And the point of new feud
brewing on the labor front in
Washington is that the labor
leaders already are fighting for
a war-time formula which will
insist that all such new Jobs be
filled by men and women who
must Join a union immediately
after they get on the payroll
of some war-spurred plant-
in other word the Formula,
which you will be hearing about
soon as the General Motors For-
mula, would have automatically
added many of the 1,274,000
new workers to labor's list* las
month.
And as more and more tear
oontracis begin moving civil-
ian workert (rain thtir old
job* as bocOckeeper, 0rpAeri, farm kancls and, of
eourse, a* honetioives, into
war and fe*4er factories, un-
ion membership would sky-
rocket accordingly. Some ex-
perts say it would never go
Mghar than 18,000,000. Others
say that a combined labor
movement o) .OOO. mem-
bers U possible. And the tu-
erta* would come from
jources tht unions could ntvtr
othtrwis tap.
Considerable bitterness has
Matter Of Fact
gy JOSEPH ALS0P
BUT AT OUR BACKS
FRANKFURT. The preliminary impression
left by a month of investigation in Europe is
best summed up by the old often quoted couplet,
"But at mv back I always hear time's winged
chariot hurrying near."
The rather worn poetic tag is constantly
brought to mind because, In this year of deci-
sion, there Is not vary much time, and what
time we have la being wasted.
Events are moving faster and faster. Every
month nowadays produce a new crisis some-
where, like the grave crisis in the Middle East
which ia now causing this reporter to fly to
Teheran. The tempo clearlv indicates the ap-
proach of a showdown, or perhgp of a series
of showdowns, In the world struggle between th
Soviet empire and the Western allies.
Moreover, when this showdown comes and
It may come this year or next, and center in
the Far East or the Middle East or Western Eu-
rope the result will be at least temporarily
decisive. There will be a war. or a surrender.
Or a stalemate. To frighten the Western allies
Into a surrender which will undermine their po-
sition Is the aim of the Kremlin- To produce a
stalemate, and thus to achieve at least a sem-
blance of securltv. la the purpose of Western
policy.
The danger of world war lie chiefly in the
developed already In the capital,, poaaihility. which Is perhaps even a probability,
'that the Kremlin will again miscalculate the
And that's how the romance between
some respectable candidates (lowers. In nearly very coin
P.wf;Pl'tan-.-Even some Big clt.v editors co-operate if
help fhefr man Could i write a book!
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Pear fir:
Please publish If possible the
following In your widely read ccj*
umn-
I would like the proper author-
ities to explain for the fceaefit it
all concerned why It is that In che
Army inetaliauons on the c\R ,
quits a number of employes wer;-
gffected with salary reducth.n*
after a reoeni virrey of the va
:f.i;.;ji:;
-i.
CFNItR
rlQU* ao ait Ions due to a number
of different things such as im*1-
Hops being towered ia grade, lee
respgnsiblltty Uivolved, ete.. and
even though this action is being
taken, it still doesn't fleet a
ehe*en few local rater who BOW
earn as much as twit; the a-
wpiiv-t of their co-workers who
are lr higher gradea? For In-
stance a raUna of CL-4 has a
inxiin\.m of 7a cent, yet there
are employes of 1,4 gfoveto
earitlpg; $1*2 hourly. Thl chosen
fw were not affected by the re-
cent sarve\- in the line of aakary
reductions d will apparently
continue to ears their proeent
rates. Yet, on the other hanct
there are employe who actually
wrem aome of these -rrotev. -
a) by Botae Becre (lav em-
ployee and receive*} re*j> ions In
alaria hut till have t* up
working side by side ano ipfi-
vtatrig thee* "vosen Few."
la thl the way we are Uj..^
to fcaprevQ. ecfusulie ami tenapii..
worktop coneWlOoM for better
hornwny anelaMria among Fed-
eral
Cnria and business spokesmen are
warning the White House they
will rever accept the QM For-
mula, which says. In effect, that
U new workers; in a QM plant
must Join Walter Reuther's Au-
to Workers Union.
Only those old QM employes
who never Joined the CIO are
exempt All who were in when
Reuther and OM signed last
year must atay in.
The feud over this formula
simmered quietly while Presid-
ent Truman and his real handy-
man, Charles Murphy, were
walking out the peace pact
between Charles Wilson and the
labor leaders. But now the pew
battle' about to break into the
open because White House in-
siders have heard thav Mr. Tru-
man is about ready to launch a
new board with power to settle
all battles between labor and
mgoWfement.
Thl, the bualnaas people are
allergic to. The inoustrlaust
want the new wage board to
have power over )ut that
wages. They dont want the
board to have the ilnal decision
f anything but money. That,
t) say, Is what we're trying to
s.auin t pi this police-war
jnemy.
They say that If they get into
a brawl with their unions over
vacation, pensions, olue celling
lights, ventilation, or something
as serious as who shall or shall
not Join a union In their plant,
tliey want to settle it directly
wltp the unien chiefs, without
benefit of any government war
board. The unions insist, how-
ever, that the board ha.ve pow-
er to decide all disputes, since
labor's right to strike to win an
argument in war time Is moral-
ly slashed by the war itself.
And out of the forrnmls ta-
bor want th] ntw wage board
emjouere to award untons I*
tht QM formula. This ouid
be switch from the last war
whtn an old formula gavt all
now workort a li-day tscapt
clause" under tht famous
"maintenance of membership."
Under the OM formula, there
it no escape for new workert
coming into a war plant.
No more technical dispute, all
'hie. Vast influence among mil-
lions of people and a multi-bil-
.,on donar econoaay is the prtae
In tbA latest dueling.
U'eujvi** f* Pott-Mail
TjtUUcate, Inc.)
consequences of Its acts, a It did in the case of
Korea. It is vera clear that neither party to
the world struggle want a war. Yet the Krem-
lin can all too easily take a position from which
it cannot retreat, which none the less will force
the Western allies to fight. Here in Europe.
Berlin and Yugoslavia are the most sensitive
points, whare the Kremlin is most likely to go
too far.
Time la so precious in these circumstances, for
the very simple reason that the weakness of th
Western allies is what chieflv tempts and lnvties
the Kremlin to go tar. If the weaknesses of the
West are repaired, the temptation will be re-
moved. The stalemate which is the object of
V'estern policy will be achieved. But time Is
needed to repair the defenses of the West, and
ttm Is limited because we eannot expect our -
called atomic lead to operate indefinitely a an
effective deterrent to Soviet aggression.
Finally, thl precious time Is belnm wasted,
because the tempo of the Western defense effort
has not yet been adjusted to the tempo of
events. Judging by the sign to date, this 1
to be th year of the war of nerves. The odd
this year appear to be against a major Soviet
move In Europe, such as an attack on Yugo-
slavia, unless the Kremlin's nerve warfare pro-
duce a paralyzing split in the Western alliance.
Next year, however, it may well be different.
The Kremlin already has at its disposal suffi-
cient power for an attack In Surope. but It ia
now building up really overwhelming power. For
example, the reorganization Qf the satellite ar-
mies, already transformed into a "creeping mo-
bilization," is going forward apace. Heavy equip-
ment i being continuously shipped to th satel-
lite forces. And the best Intelligence estimate
Is that by next year, the sixty-seven divisions
In Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria.
Romania and Albania will become a deeply seri-
ous factor in the general power balance.
There Is verv little doubt Indeed that Soviet
power will attain iU peak (Including a poten-
tially decisive stock of atomic weapon) In the
year liW-aS. On the other hand, as yet, West-
ern defense preparations are till calculated on
a preliminary targets date In 1953-54, or even
1954-55. In short we are only going to be ready
for the time of utmost danger a good many
months after It has actually come.
This time-gap in our planning Is most visible
In thj allied handling of the problem of German
rearmament. But the time-gap is also to be
seep In many other aspects of the Western ef-
fort, from the scheduling of other than German
divisions to the preparation of air bases.
The Plain truth is that th defense emergency
Is still not. bln* treated as an emergency. Wvt
the present, this is the comfortable, easy way.
Put for the future. It is all too bkelv to prove
a quick wgy to disaster. When Gen. Owkght D.
i-isenhower ha completed his organization and
Is finally ready to go to work all-out. he will
hrve to ask th American and other govern-
ments to tackle this crucial problem of the
time-gap squarly. courageously and with unr-
lentln4 energy.
(Copjrlght, 1951 New York Berald Tribune ?.)
. t. b, u or,
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly PRIW PEARSON
-
Mac Arthur's Moods
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA)Top military Officials
in Washington now heUeve that the psychologic-
al time to talk peace with the Chinese Coovuu-
nists will come after their next offensive. The
spring offensive has been anticipated for some
Urn. The build-up of Nortii Korean and Red
Chinese strength Just north of the 38th parallel
has been noted by aerial reconnaissance for sev-
eral weeks. Launching of the uttack may come
any day.
United Nations forces in Korea, however, be-
hove they have fire power superior to that Of
the Communist forces lacing them at the front.
Borne UN unit may be temporarily overrun. But
there seem to be complete confidence that this
attack can be smashed like all the other that
have preceded it. Communist loses are expect-
e. to be heavy. And after this setback, it ia
believed that the Red leaders should be ready
to talk terms. If tbev ever are.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur advocated the con-
troversial bombn] of Manchurlan bases and
railroad because he thought that the Russians
will stay out. But it is a gamble and one
that Washington refused to take.
It was one of the main points of difference
between General MacArthur and the Pentagon.
In Washington, th* military strategists In the
Department of Defense and the State Depart-
ment planner seem to believe that the Russians
will Join the Korean war If sufficiently provok-
ed, or when they think they can win.
The official Washington view Is that they
don't want the Russian air force and navy
particularly submarines In tht Korean war.
Since the first of the vear, only 14 bombs have
been dropped on United Nations troops in Ko-
rea. It Isn't at 11 certain these were dropped
by Red planes. Th*>y may have been dropped
by UN Diane* that had not been informed of
UN troot advances.
GeneraJ MaoArthur consistently maintained,
r-owe ver, that his air forces should be permitted
to bomb Manchurlan bases. Re continued to
agitate for authority to bomb north of the Yalu.
But he did not dare go beyond his United Na-
tions directive to confine his military operations
to th Korea, peninsula.
If MacArt: .- were to have ordered plane to
bomb Chines communist military bases in
Manchuria, it v^ald have been a matter of In-
suhordlnatlon.
Washington oiiic-i in the National Security
Council the Ptes nt. Vice President Barkley.
Secretaries Marshall am Acheeon had great
difficulties In making up their minds what to
do about MacArthur. Secretary of the Army
Frank Pace was merely the latest In whe has
bee cene a long list of top government officials
who have gone to see the general in an effort
to gat think stralghtepea out. In this parade
have been the three service Chiefs u.r Staff Gen-
erala Bradley, Collins and Vandenbtrg. Averell
Harrlman. John Foster Dulles. Eve.. President
Truman himself went blf-way across the Pa-
cific to oaeet thd general. All have reported that
everything was lovely. Still the problem persist-
ed.
Confidential reports on the general's moods
were somewhat conflicting. Some day he Is said
to have wanted to bomb even the Russian basa
at Vladivostok and Port Arthur. That would
really atajrt Work! War HI and the whole Wash-
ington effort has been to take steps that would
prevent World War III.
As to what kind of settlement could be made,
the strategy ha been to break the coming of-
fensive, then ph the Red forces back to a new
line across the narrow neck ef Korea, Just north
of the 39th parallel. After this would come the
psychological moment tor a new effort to settle
the Korean war bv negotiations.
This would not be a perfect solution from the
Korean Bofnt of view, it would not liberate nor
unite all o this war-torn country. But It would
Sat threa-ewarters of true land area and nearly
I per cent of the peoole In a free and demo-
cmtto South Korea,. And 1 would create a coun-
try that cov'ld defend Itself. This la the best
that can be hoped foe.
Drew Pearson says: White House issued midnight itojg-
ment because it feared MacArthur would issue erne
rint; Joint Chiefs of Staff unanimously agreed on Mijc-
Arthur's removal; Truman wept a little in discussipg
the MacArthur decision.
WASHINGTONIt was not until about 11:15 Tuesday night
that President Truman actually decided to issue his 1 An.
tatement firing General MacArthur.
The decision to make this momentous step had already been
token, but the timing was set for Friday, not Tuesday midnight.
And the reason for the sudden nocturnal press announcement
was a telephone call from Secretary of the Army Pace In Tokyo
tipping off Truman that MacArthur planned to Jump thgun
and get out his own statement first.
The President was still smarting from an Incident erodhd
March 24 when MacArthur had jumped the gun on him. o nat-
urally he was leery. He had sent MacArthur a policy statement
for his perusal and personal reactiona policy which the White
House planned to announce as a peace feeler to China. But
MacArthur, without notifying Washington, issued the statement
himself.
So when Secretary Pace called from Tokyo Tuesday night
Intimating that MacArthur might rush into print again, th
President called Secretary of atgte Acheson and Deputy Under-
secretary Dean Rusk to the Whit House where they prepared
the MacArthur press release.
Prior to that, late on Monday afternoon the Joint Chiefs-of
Staff held a highly secret session at which there was unanim-
ous sentiment that MacArthur must go.
RBADLEY GETS HOT
Oen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
and a most mild-mannered man, was hottest under th collar
against MacArthur. He complained to oolleagues that MacAr-
thur's constant sounding-off about war with China was under-
cutting our whole defense plan in Surope and making General
Eisenhower' work three times as difficult.
Adm. Forrest Sherman. Chief of Naval Operations, and re-
ported by some as favoring MacArthur's strategy against China,
actually threw his weight Dehlnd Bradley. Though MacArthur
tactics Included a naval operation against China, Admiral Sher-
man argued that we can't afford to get Involved in war with
China, and that If you go Into China Just a little bitas in bomb-
ing baseyou have to oe ready to go in all the way.
Gen. Hoyt Vandenberg of the Air Forces and Gen. Joe Col-
lins, Army Chief of Staff, concurred.
Only military man who dragged his fact on MacArthur's
ouster was Secretary of Defense Marshall, who ha known Mac-
Arthur a long time, is 70 year old against MacArthur's 71, and
who was In France as a world War I Captain when MacArthur
was a Brigadier General.
RIDGWAY CAN HOLD
One highly significant exchange of Information made be-
tween the Pentagon and Lieut. Gen. Matthew Ridgway In Tokyo
vas a cable from Ridgway stating that no matter what happen-
ed, his troops could hold out for #0 days. Regardless of what
was throvia at him. Ridgway informed the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
he could hold for two months.
This cable was In reply to White House fears that following
MacArthur' removal, there might be a Chinese attack and se-
rie of American defeats for which Truman, having removed
the supreme commander, would get the blame.
Ridgway, so far, has made good his military promises, and
the White House took him at his word.
HUMBLE HARRY
President Truman's usual peppery remarks have not been-In
evidence during the MacArthur controversynot even to his per-
sonal advisers. The nearest he came to pepper was at last week's
Cabinet meeting, Just after ex-Speaker Joe Martin released th
MacArthur letter.
"It's Urn to show the MacArthurs, the Time-Life people and
the Scrlpps-Howard newspapers who Is running American for-
eign policy," he observed tartly.
The day after MacArthur was relieved, however, Truman
received a call from ex-Congressman Maury Maverick of Texas,
who congratulated him.
"What you have done will make sure that my grandchildren
will be free and that civilian government will continue in the
United States," Maverick said.
The President was neither cocky nor apologetic. He looked
a little sad, as if he had made a terrifically hard decision and
knew tr#, a terrible storm was going to break over his head.
"Thank you, Maury," he replied. And he wept Just a HU.
"I do my beat. I have to follow the Constitution."
Truman went on to tell how hard he had tried to cooperate
with MacArthur, how he had flown across the Pacific to meat
him on Wake Island.
"You will never know how hard I tried," he said.
MACAKTHUK'8 GRAND STRATEGY
General MacArthur's grand strategy for China has never been
spelled out In detail to the public, but It has been argued back
and forth repeatedly with Army Chief of Staff Gen. Joe Collins
and Adm. Forrest Sherman during their trips to Tokyo. Here la
what It boils down to:
1) A mighty U.S. air strike against Chinese bases In Man-
churia where Chinese reserves do their regrouping; also against
the Mukden arsenal which sends arms to Korea.
t) A US. air and sea bombardment of the China coast. This
would include U.S. battleship bombardments of China's big coast-
al cities, auch as Shanghai and Tientsin.
3) Chiang Kai-sheks troops to be armed by the United State*
and landed on the Chinese mainland In a major Invasion.
4i Simultaneously an all-out U.N. attack In Korea, with
additional troops sent from the United States.
When MacArthur has been reminded that some U.N. ante-,
such as Great Britain, might back out of sueh a war, Mac has
said in effect: "Let 'em back out." He believed the United State
could prosecute the war Just as well alone.
When MacArthur has been warned about the danger of Rus-
sia's coming in, under her mutual-assistance pact with China, ho
argued that Russia is only bluffing. MacArthur's Intelligence
showed 15 Red A/my divisions In Siberia, but he citlnue'to
maintain that Moscow would not move.
(Copyright, 1951, toy The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Cathol
IC
(Lasted below arc Uic Catholic Churches
Hi the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal cilie of Panam and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
tpeaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception In Colon, and num-
erous pariah churches In both cities, wel-
come Ensilan peaking visitors, thouah
their congregation are ivlmsrllv Span-
ish-"peik I up i
SI MARY'S CHURCH -----
.. Balboa. CZ.
Sunday Masts*: :00. 8:00. :00. 10:00
INI 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: S:00 p.m.
(ACRED HEART CHAPEL, Aneen, C.Z
Ancon Boulevard. Phone 2-6343
Sunday Mattes: tut). 7.30 J. > 3U a.m
Dally Mass: 6*8 a.m.
Rolyday Masse: 0:110. 7:10 am and
11:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m.
Confession. Thursdays before the 1st.
Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3.30 to 5:00 p.m.: 7:00
to 8:00 pm _
Csthechism Clasa: Grade School Child
ren: Friday 3:15 pjn. _. ___
Study Club High School Student
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 0:30 p-m.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurse.
vary 2nd and 4th Thursday 7:30 om.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal, 4th and U. St.
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Maesas: 7, 8 and 10:30 a.m
Weekday Mass: 6:30 s.m
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Ma
Miraculous Medal Novena services.
Holiday Masses: and 8 a.m.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 om
Monday 5 and 7 p.m
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Cstun
Pastor Rev. John Tun.elty CM
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
first Fridays. Confession. Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Maases. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:69 a m.
Holiday Mass 1:00 a.m
Monday 7:00 pm.
Sunday Mass 7:00 a.m.
Confession Saturday i:30 to 7:00 p.m
CHURCH Oe ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vlnrentlan Fathers)
K* Street. Panama City
Masses. Sunday a.m. (high mass): dt
8:30 a.m. ISundsy school conducted by
Msryknoll Sisters, after the econd Masa;
Weekday a.m Holiday and 8:30
a.m ,
Contentona, Saturday. 3:30 to 0 om
at 7 p.m.
Evening Devotions, Rosary each day
at 7 p-m.. Miraculous Medal Novena at
7 p.m. Eriday: convert classes 7:30 pm
Monday and Thursday
CathecisrD Class 10:45 to 11:45 am
Sunday
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy- Day Mas 8:00 a.m
COCO SLITO PLAYSHED
Pastor. Rev VYm. J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mass .............. 7:46 am
Holy Day Mass........... S.-00 am.
Sunday School ............ :45 a.m.
Services Thursday nights 7:45 o m
Confession before Mass
CHURCH OP THE HOLE FAMILY
Margarita. C Z.
Rev William J. Finn. C M.
Mas .........
dl. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J Raymon Machete. CM
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sonday Masse .... 5:45 dt :00 am
Weekly Masses ...... 6:45 Jt 6:30 am.
First Friday Masses .. 5:45 8:00 am.
Baptisms Sunday ........... 4410 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena services every
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7*0 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart, Fridays
7:1 om
Confessions Saturday < to 6: 1 tc 8
p.m
Sunday School. 3*1 p m.
Instruction lor adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon
day and Thursday at 7:15 p.m
Sunday. :S0 a.m.Church School with
classes tor all Ages
10-45 a.m.-ReruIai Morning Worahii.
Sermon Topic 'You Can't uve With-
out It Sneclsi Music by, the lunlni
Choir
'8:00 pm.-Youth Fellowship SuDiert
tor consideration: "The Captain of The
Game- Installation of Newly Selected
Officers
SI VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis. CM.
Sunday Masses 5:45 and 8DO am
Weekday Mass .......... 6,-00 am
Holy Day Maases 5:30 and 6:30 s m
Sunday School ......... 11*0 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sunday........... 4 00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 5:00: 7 I
to 8:00 pm
Instructions for adults Tuesdays Fri-
days: 7:30 D.m
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSE1
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs, CM
Stindsy Masses .. 7:00 and 8JO am
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc 6:00
a.m
Holy Day Massea 5:45 6:30 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service
1*uetday 7:00 p.m.
Secret Heart Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p.m.
Confession Saturday 00 om
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor. Rev. John Tumelty. CM
Sunday Mass 6:45 a.m.
Weekdsv Masses. Tuesday and Friday
'O* a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 pm
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 o.m
CHURCH OP THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............ 8:00 am
Catechism Class .......... 10:00 am
Red Tank Catechism Clasa 11:00 a m
Benediction .......... 7 410 o.m
PARASO CZ. (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Mass ............. 6:15 a.m.
Catechism Class Sunday 10:30 a.m
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. CZ.
Sunday Mass ............ 9:00 am
Holy Day Mass........ 6:30am.
CATHOLIL CHURCH. Carnada. C.Z
Sunday Mass ............. 8:60 a.m
Catechism Class Thursday 3:30 p.m
ST JOHN THL BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abalo. Panam
Sunday Mass ............ 6:3U a.m
Holy Day Mass............ 7:30 a.m
Benediction Sunday .... 7:00 pm
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church ot Christ. Scientist. Ancon
560 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday 8:00 p.m
Sunday School t:30 a.m
Churrh ol Christ. Scientist, Cristabal
13th Street It Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7J0 o.m
Sunday School 8:30 am
Christian Science Seelety. (.arases
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First eV Third Wed
day 7 30 pm
Sunday School 1015
Episcopal
ANCON. Cut.
THE CATHEDRAL OP BT LUKE
The Ht Rev R Heber Gooden. Bishop
tea Very Rev Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7.30 a.m Holy Communion
:30 am Cathedral School
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
aunlon end Sermon. I
1.00 pm.-Evenlng Prayer and Sermon
Churches of the many faith In the Canal Zana, and the
terminal cities ef Panama and Calen, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at II time te men and woman ef Hie armed
servicei, and to civilian neie.haors, friendo and strangers.
A a public service, Hie Penante American lists below, by
denominations, notices ef heun ef worship and other reaulor ac-
tivities.
Listings ef largar deneminetieni are in alphabetical order,
which is rotated' from time to time. Denominations having only
ene or two cengrogotioni ore listed under "Other Churchee And
Service*." A special listing is included for service* et Army posts,
Air f erce beies and Novel stations.
Ministers, church secretorio end chaplains are asked to in-
form the newt desk by Wednesday noon et the litest ef any
chongos for the coming Saturday church page.
CRISTOBAL, R.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookaon. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 0:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 I a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People' vesper Service 4:30
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 o.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 am.
A House of Prsyer for all people
COCOLI
Church at St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C Montgomery
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School :30 am.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m.
(H.C first Sunday in the month )
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p m.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
" Women's Auxiliary and and 4th Thurs-
dsvs st 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer end Fellowship tor all
oeople
COROZAL
Good Sheetiered
The Ven. A F. Nightengale
7:30 sm. Everv Friday; Momlng Pray-
(H.C 1st. Friday.)
GAMBOA
SI. Smeos Church: Rev. DA. Osborne
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th Sunday Holy
Communion Jt Sermon.
10:30 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays Morn-
Lutheran
Ing Prayer St address.
5:0
...00 pm Sunday School
5-00 and 6:00 p.m. Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prsyer and address
2:00 pm. Service at Penitentiary Everv
'*:3l)Uo?my Tuesday Girl, rriandly So-
C7:30 pm 2nd, and 4th Thursdays
Woman's Auxiliary.
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
A BOCA
St. Peter Church
Rev Lemuel B. Shirley. Priest
a.mHoly Communion.
7 am-Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a.m.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.m.Holy Baptism.
7 JO p.m.Vespers and Sermn.
Communion Tuesday and Thursdays.
7 a.m., Wednesdays and Fridays a.m..
Ctrl Friendly 6 and 7 p.m. Monday. 8
p.m. Tuesday; Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline :S0 p.m.
MARGARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel,
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M A. Cookaon
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayer
1 mi o m
PALO SRCO
Church at The Hely Comforter
The Ven. A. F. Nighteogale.
Every Mondap 8:30 am. Holy Com
muni on.
PARASO
Rev D. A Osborne
8 00 a.m. Holy Communion Znd Sunday
0:30 am Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Prayer: End and tn
^Monday: 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting
Wednesday 6:30 om Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANR
Rev D.A. Osborne a Rev C A Cragwelt
11:00 a.m Holy Communlor and Ser
mon 1st and 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer end add-
'ess: 2nd end 4th Sundays.
3:00 p.m Sundsy School and Baptism
7:30 p.m Evening Praver nd address
hid and 4th Sunday
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A F Nightengale. BD MB I
snd The Rev Rltr Reginald Atweli
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 ajn Holy Communion 9:00 sm
7:00 o.m. Evensong snd Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coln. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington I
The Rev Matnert J Peterson
STB. Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 ajn Holy Communion
am. Choral Eucharist snd Sermon
10:30 am. Church School. *__
7JO Dm Solemn Evensong Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
6 a.m Holy Communion
7:30 pm Evensong and Sermon
8 30 om Adult Confirmation Claa
CHURSDAYS: _.
5 p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS: _
8 p.m Children Euchsrlst
7:30 Dm Choir Practice.
,A10U."m ACWIdtar.-8 Centlrnvatlon Cl.s.
7:30 ojo Cornelina and Meditation.
OATUN
St. George's Churrh
Gatun. CZ
Rev Solomon N Jacob
Sundays:
6:45 a.m Church School
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer. _____
10:00 a.m Holy Eucharist and Sermor
Tuesdays:
1:00 a.m Holy Communion I Also Holy
Day and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
I 00 om St. Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
7:30 om Choir Rehearsal.
Church ef St. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 s.m Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m Church School
6:00 pm Evening Song. Thursdays
7'00 a.m Holy Communion (AIo Holv
iJavs and Saint Days.)
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
I Holy Communion at 10:45 a m on the
1:30 D.m Solemn Evensong
RIO ABAJO
SL Christopher'
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist
10:00 s.m Church School.
6:00 p.m Solemn Evensong
Thursday end Hole Day H.C. 7:00
Wednesday and Holy Day 8:30 am
Holv Communion
(Flri Sunday of every month.I
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHUBjCH
"The Charch of the Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
8.10 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clam a m .
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors. Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
1:30 p.m. game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor*
dial welcome to all military Dcrsonnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital >
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bernthal. Pastot.
A Cordial Welcome To All
Gamboa. C.Z., Divine Services at 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. with Sunday School
at 3:00 Itm.
TERRY
Rio Abajo, RJ?_ Sunday School at
3:00 pm.
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sundsy
Sunday School .............. (:45 a.m.
Preaching Services ........ 10:45 a.m.
Training Union ............. 6:00 p.m
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. ovary Monday
Midweek Prsyer Service .. 7:00 everv
Monday evening.
Methodist
HIE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
0:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 n.mi Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th SU-eet and Melndez Avenue.
Coln. R.P.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services at 0:30 am. and 7:15
p.m., Sunday School for all ages at 3
O.m. .
Monday 7:30 D.m.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
F.BEN EZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle 15 de Febrero
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I Maj-
or Wilson): Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
O.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7:20 p.m. Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
Coln. 14th Street
Services at........11 a.m. dt 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at .......... 3:00 p.m.
Coln. 3rd Street
Service at ..... 11 a.m. 7:30 o.m
Silver City
Service at ................. 1:30 p.m
Sunday School at........... 3:30 u m
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Sida
Cabo Verde. Panam City P-> 1 J. A
Maynard; Panam City No i Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Service only);
Adoiphus Lawes, Chorrillo. P. A Henry.
Rio Abalo. C D. Abrahams; Gamboa, A.
A. Brittle, and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Coln Third Street. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A Cruck-
thank: Cristobal Spanish Church. B. J.
Msxon. (No Sunday night ervice at
oresenL i
Sabbath school each church Saturday
J:S0 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches except
otherwise Indicated.
Jewish
Jewish welters Board. Bidg. 182-X. La
Boca Road. Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Witkin director
Services on Friday. 7 30 pm,
(See also listing of Jewish satricos
under Posts. Bases and S la Jon i
Union Churches
Where all Protoatanla cooperate with
unity In essentials, liberty In non-
essenllala and charity la all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener, Pastor.
Phone 3-1463. _
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
oursery.
6:00 Young People's Meeting
Gatun
The Rev. J William L Graham. Pastot
0:00 9-3(1 Broadcast on HOK; HPSK
snd HON
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Sorvlce.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell, Pastor.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Cburcn-ume
nursery.
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
m trfPiasu.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
' Your Church away from home
with a welcome iusl as friendly"
William H. Beeby. Pastar
Sunday School............. 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m.
Baptist Training Union .... 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 p.m.
W.M.S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday) ........ 1:30 p.m.
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday in month) .. 7 JO p.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal, C.Z.
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Pastor
"Tour Invitation Te Worship"
Bible School............... 9:45 a.m.
Worship ................... ll*o a.m.
Training Union ............' 5:30 p.m
Worship .................... 6:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.) ... 7JO p-m.
THE SELF-MADE TARGET
TALK TO TWO** PIPS-JOCKBV* UPSTAIR*, *:"
TesU. 'Bnt ILL 61V %M A TAstdeVT. TBU. 'eVU TO
AIM AT TUB 6KWNTIC FIRSrVOUX* PIPU*
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDC
It Never Rains
Br MXWULh BLO&MM
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 9 15
Momlng Worship................10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bidg. 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Serviceman's Hour.............. 7 *0
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School ..........7...... 9:30
Morning Worship ............... 10.30
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................... 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mam................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mam ................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mam ..................... 7:30
Sunday Masses .......... 1:00 dt 9:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mam ................... 6:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mam..................... 6:30
Sunday Mamas .......... 7:45* 8:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mam .............i..... 9:30
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ................i...... i*0
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4*0
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...................... 7*0
JWB. Balboa. C.Z. \"
Friday ...................>....
7:30
8:00
9:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion
Sunday School .............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School................. 9:15
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ................. J :30
.doming Worship ............... H
ALLET OOF
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
m
Bulletin
By EDGAR MARTIN
Balboa
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-1486. Ofc. Phone 2-3236
9:30 Church School. Free ou service
10:30 WorshlD service and Churcb-llmr
lursery.
10:30 Youth Congregations
3:00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
6:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song.
Cocoli
Bruja Road and St momas Ave.
9:00 am. Sunday School. Free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocoli.
AU services In Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev Raymond A. Gray, Minister
Phone 6-130
9:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship ervice.
Tedro Miguel
9:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers __________
Unitarian
rtla.
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10 30 am
JWB Armed
Forces Sorvlce
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
Your Invitation
to liberal
. religion
Baptist
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCHES
Panama Baptist, Prayer Meeting 5:30
a.m. Divine Service. 9.30 ajn. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. and Serving of The Lord's
Supper at both Services Sunday School
j.00 u m
Boyd Baptist. La Boca. C. Z.. Divine
Services 11:60 a.m. and 7 :30 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Service Sun-
Congregation Kol Shearith Israel Ave- rlav School I 1:00 p.m.
nlda Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista.1 New Hope. Chlva-Chlva. CZ. Divine
Panam City Rabbi Hairy A Morfeld Services 1100 am. Sunday School at
Service on Friday, ( pm. l.uu p.m.
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mam
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mam .
C.thollc
a.oo
'
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
9:10
9:00
7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'l CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dla-
cussions 8:00 o.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Utter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:90 a.m.
Service 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Porces Services Cental
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 1000 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m
Preaching and Communion .... 7:00 D.m
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m
Ladles' Bible Clam Thursday 1:45 p.m
CHURCH OP CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS;
We meet In the American Legion Hal)
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 am.
Visitors welcome
Ladie Bible Study st Gatun
Phone Gstun 416 or Ft. Gullck 309
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chsplsln Wllllsm H. Blslr
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship...............
Young People's Service .........
Evening Worship ...............
Prayer Meeting Thursdsy .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m
9:45
.3
7:00
7:00
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. West No- 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 1:30 a m
Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays
6:30 ajn. .
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) Flrsl Sunday of each month at
7:30 pm
Mount Hallbeth Christian Church
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D. D Bishop
officianting.
Morning Worship at ....... 6:00 s m
Holy Communion at........ 6 JO a.m
Fellowship Worship at..... 11*0 am
Bible Reading st .......,.. 3:00 p.m
Divine Service at ......... 7*0 om
Sermon st ............... 8*Oom
Hnlv Communion at ...... 9:00 o m
Bal boa-A mador Road USO Clob
Nan Denomina tton
Vesper Service at 6:15 pm-Sundays.
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CINCO CENTESIMO
Sangrientas luchas se libran en Corea
Un dao "grande" 1* causan
aviones de retro-propulsin
rusos a las super fortaleza?
Les dieron "pero duro" durante un asalto en masa
realizado sobre el ro Yalu
WASHINGTON, abril 14. (UP)
Se ha *al)ido que los aviones
de retropropulsin de fabrica-
cin nua le causaron un ma-
yor dao a las superfortalezas
norteamericanas el Jueves en
Corea que los que se ha admi-
tido oficialmente.
Una fuente de informacin
bien informada dijo que el da-
o causado a las superforta-
lezas fue "grande". Dijo que
a las superfortalezas "le die-
ron pero duro" durante el asal-
to en masa en el rio Yalu. Esta
misma fuente opina que la ra-
zn por la cual se le caus tan-
to dao a las superfortalezas,
es la restriccin que Impide a
los aviones de combate que es-
coltan a las superfortalezas, vo-
lar a lo largo de la orilla nor-
oeste del rio, desde la cual los
aviones comunistas se elevan.
Segn revelaciones que han
salido entre el temor surgido
por la creciente actividad a-
rea comunista, los rojos se ha-
cen cada vez ms expertos en
los combates areos, y el ata-
que contra las superfortalezas
no fue un trabajo de "princi-
piantes".
Existe ahora la Incgnita si
es que los pilotos alemanes de
la segunda guerra mundial es-
tn participando en estas bata-
llas. Debido a que todava nin-
gn avin comunista ha paido
en territorio aliado, no se ha
podido averiguar la nacionali-
dad de los pilotos.
WASHINGTON, abril 14. (UP)
La Fuerza Area revel por
primera vez, que desde co-
mienzos de la guerra en Corea,
la aviacin o los caones an-
tiareos de los comunistas han
derribado a seis "superfortale-
zas" B-29, de las cuales dos
fueron derribadas ayer en el
noroeste de Corea por los ca-
zas de reaccin Mi-15 de fa-
bricacin rusa.
La Fuerza Area haba Infor-
mado antes que se haba per-
dido, debido a accin de los
rojos, tres de esos bombarde-
ros cuatrimotores, pero el in-
forme dado hoy representa la
primera admisin de que fue-
ran derribados por la aviacin
roja. El sexto de esos bom-
barderos fue derribado por los
caones antiareos.
Amrica Latina debe fijar
como meta un futuro de ms
estabilidad en su economa
Dos artculos de
inters maana
en "El Dominical"

En nuestra edicin Domini-
cal de maana llamamos la
atencin sobre el importante
trbalo "Nuestra Lucha contra
lo Jinetes de la Moralidad de
los Nios", del Lie. Guillermo
E. Beleo C, y que versa so-
bre el problema de la difte-
ria, el ttano y la tosferlna en
nuestro pas.
En este trabajo se presenta
por primera vez en nuestro
pas el uso de las tablas de
control epidmico para pronos-
ticar la aproximacin de una
epidemia. Esta tcnica que ha
sido usada en la Industria con
mucho xito, tiene ciertas mo-
dificaciones de profundo crite-
rio sanitario aplicada a cada
caso especifico en sanidad y
su presentacin en nuestro Do-
minical es otro servicio ms
de estimulo a la labor silen-
ciosa de nuestros investigado-
res que recomendamos a los
mdicos del pas, a los maes-
tros, Intelectuales y, sobre to-
do, a los padres de fimllia.
Tambincontina aparecien-
do en este Dominical el im-
portante trabajo de tesis de
graduacin del Arquitecto Na-
cional, egresado de nuestra U-
nlversldad. don Bolvar Cas-
cante, sobre el urgente pro-
blema de la "Rehabilitacin del
Maran" que ha merecido
tantos elogios de los entendi-
dos.,
FILADELFIA, Abril 14. (UP)
Robert L. Garner, vice-Preslden-
te del Banco Internacional, de-
clar anoche que los pases del
hemisferio occidental debieran
dar los pasos ahora "para am-
pliar la presente prosperidad" y
recomend que se le de una ma-
yor parte en esta tarea al capi-
tal privado. Dijo que las nacio-
nes Latino-americanas debieran
fijar como su meta un futuro de
mayor estabilidad econmica.
Agreg en su discurso ante la
Asociacin de Exportadores de
Flladelfia que "este futuro pue-
de alcanzarse si la Inversin es
aplicada para aumentar la va-
riedad deproduccin La tino-Ame
rlcana, para fortalecer la agri-
cultura nacional y para poner
estos pases sobre una base eco-
nmica ms amplia con un nivel
de vida ms elevado".
Garner explic que la empre-
sa privada y el capital privado
tendran que desempear un Im-
portante papel en ese proceso.
Luego dijo: "En lo que concier-
ne al Banco Internacional, ste
es un factor importante-quizs
el ms importante-en todo el
problema de fomento econmico.
Los Bancos y Gobiernos pueden
actuar.p ero no pueden reem-
plazar la iniciativa Individual".
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
22,400
El Mircoles comienza el Senado
a investigar el caso MacArthur
A puerta cerrada
Numerosos organismos estn
solicitando espacio para la
gran feria que habr en Coln
Argentina recibi
dos cruceros de
Estados Unidos
FILADELFIA, Abril 14 (USIS)
Argentina tom posesin
formal el Jueves de dos cruce-
ros que le han sido vendidos
por los Estados Unidos para a-
yudar en la defensa del Hemis-
ferio.
El Embajador argentino en
los Estados Unidos. Dr. Jerni
mo Remorino. acept el tras-
paso de las naves, de las cua-
les hizo entrega el Almirante
Roscoe E. Schuiermann, Co-
mandante del Distrito Naval
en el cual est comprendida
esta ciudad portuaria.
(Pasa a la rat'na k. Columna 7>
COLON, Abril 14. La Sra.
Ruby c. de Osplna, secretaria
General del Magisterio Pana-
meo Unido ha solicitado un
espacio de la Feria para le-
vantar un boho tipleo Pana-
meo. Los Captulos de Pana-
m y Coln se encargarn de
construir la choza o boho,
donde harn exposiciones, y
ventas de toda clase de comi-
das criollas panameas. El
klosko jatar atendido por
miembros de esa agrupacin
vestidos de polleras y montu-
nos.
El Comit Organizador la va
a sealar al MPU un espacio
en el sector dedicado a los
distintos pabellones tpicos de
todos los pases que participa-
rn en la Perla por conducto
de las Embajadas y Consula-
dos y sus respectivas miembros
de Colonia.
La reina de unas
ceremonias lleg
hoy a Nueva York
NUEVA YORK, abril 14. (UP)
La seorita Luisa Guardia,
de 19 aos de edad, residente
en la Avenida del Ejrcito No.
24 en Caracas, lleg por la
va area procedente de la ca-
pital venezolana para actuar
como reina de los 400 cadetes
venezolanos, peruanos y colom-
bianos, en las ceremonias que
se celebrarn con motivo del
traslado de la estatua del Li-
bertador Simn Bolvar a un
nuevo sitio en el Parque Cen-
tral de Nueva York.
La seorita Guardia fue re-
cibida en el aeropuerto por cua-
tro miembros de su Corte de
Honor: Aurora Troconl, Cafina
Diez, Dolly Corrales y Beatriz
Correa, todas de Caracas.
La bella Joven venezolana
trajo varias cajas que conte-
nan cuatrocientas orqudeas
para entregar a la esposa del
Alcalde de Nueva York y otros
funcionarlos en nombre del Go-
bierno de su pas.
Por simpatas
y no por votos
escogern reina
COLON, Abril 14. (A.M.).
En loa amplios salones del
Club Monaco de Coln tendr
lugar esti noche el grandio-
so baile en que se proceded
a la escogencla de las candl-
datas al reinado de la Feria
Provincial de 1951.
La eleccin de la Reina se
har por simpatas y no por
votos.
Los nombres de 58 de las ms
bellas seoritas de la Sociedad
colonense figuran en la lista
de candidatas, mientras que
se espera que dicha lista sea
completada con candidatas de
la Zona del Canal.
Ha sido nombrado un jura-
do de cinco destacadas perso-
nalidades de esta ciudad y de
Cristbal.
El Jurado nombrar 10 can-
didas mientras que las dele-
gaciones de varios clubes y so-
ciedades de Coln y la Zona
nombrar el resto.
El dinmico Club Los Tigres
a quien ha sido encomendada
la organizacin del reinado ha
preparado un programa de lo
ms selecto y variado para el
baile de esta noche. Este baile
ser amenizado por la conoci-
da orquesta "Imperial".
Entre loe artistas contrata-
dos para presentar actos de
variedad durante la noche, se
encuentran los internacional-
mente famosos bailadores Sn-
chez y Otty, y la gran can-
tante nacional Mara Luisa
Trujillo.
invitados de honor a este
baile sern los miembros de la
Prensa Nacional a quienes se
les brindar un banquete.
Un grupo de encantadoras
seoritas miembros del Magis-
terio Panameo Unido, se han
brindado para hacer los ho-
nores del baile.
La entrada al baile ha sido
fijada al precio de B.1.00.
A continuacin damos los
nombres de las seoritas que
han sido propuestas para can-
didatas: vilma Trevia, Margot
Gomlla, Virginia Rodrguez,
Gioconda Apolayo, Thelma Cas
tillo, Rosa Oliva, Marizln Fer-
nndez, Silvia Senz, Julieta
Vial, Victoria Beraha, Bolivia
Rendn, Pica Guardia, Lucia
Nino, Lll Gonzlez, Evelyn
Frankel, Rita Hepburn, Veyra
Villaz. Yolanda Pena Herrera,
Yolanda Magdaieno, Julieta
Pretto, Norma Ibez. Hercilia
Herrera, Elena Gonzlez, Gold-
die Hatgi, Virginia Laverneau.
Irene Penton, Nancy Basso,
Maria Oliva, Gabby Mndez,
Josefa Calonge, Dalys Apola-
yo, Lollta Qulros. Gloria Casti-
llo, Mara Orlmaldo. Rebeca
Rodriguez, Etty Aguilera. Jil-
ma Lara. Marisn Gonzlez,
Rosarlo Lara, Margarita Bar-
cenas, Ella Pulgar, jeannette
McKnewon. Leila Carles. Leti-
cia E. Gonzlez. Fulvla Co-
rrea, Adela G rosso. Estilita
Orlmaldo. Hilma de Bello. An-
gela Luengo. Tereslta Garca.
Ana Victoria Qulrz. Marcela
Lavergneau. Elaine Benjamin,
Grace Dary y Yolanda Mo.
Viejo y en la crcel el en
un tiempo idolatrado General
Petain est a punto de morir
Dicen los rusos
que hay "muchos
otros MacArthurs"
BERLIN, abril 14. (UP).
Eu "Taegllche Rundschau", pe-
ridico del Ejrcito Sovitico,
dijo que con la destitucin del
General MacArthur "nadie de-
ba sucumbir ante la Ilusin de
que Washington adoptarla una
poltica de paz. La accin ofi-
cial de Truman ha sido un
engao mal disfrazado desig-
nado a esconder los planes de
Washington del pueblo".
"Un nuevo MacArthur se ha
encargado del Comando. Nues-
tro objetivo es continuar en la
consolidacin de un frente de
paz. Todava hay ms MacAr-
thurs en el mundo. Uno de
ellos se llama Eisenhower y ac-
ta eomo Jefe del agresivo -
jrclto del Pacto del Atlntico
en Europa".
Trasladada a nuevo
sitio estatua del
Libertador en N.Y.
NUEVA YORK, Abril 14 (USIS)
La estatua ecuestre de Si-
mn Bolivar, que durante 30 a-
os ha permanecido en el Par-
que Central de Nuva York, se
halla ahora en un sitio ms
destacado, en la extremidad del
sur del Parque, mirando hacia
la Avenida de las Americas.
Fu trasladado alli el mirco-
les mientras millares de perso-
nas presenciaban la operacin
al ser levantada con una e-
norme gra para ser colocada
en un remolque.
Esta estatua, de 15 pies de
altura, con un peso de cinco
toneladas, fu levantada de su
pedestal y colocada en su nue-
va base que se levanta unos 20
pies sobre el terreno y le da
una vista dominante sobre la
parte baj. de. Nueva York. La
Estatua se levanta sobre el la
do oriental de la Plaza de las
Americas que esta an en cons-
truccin. Una estatua ecuestre
del general Jos de San Martn
ocupar el otro puesto de ho-
nor en el lado occidental de la
plaza.
La estatua de Bolvar, que
fu inagurada en presencia del
Presidente Warren G. Harding
en 1921, ser reinaugurada con
vistosas ceremonias el 19 de
abril, da de fiesta nacional de
Venezuela. El canciller venezo-
lano L. E. Gmez Ruiz har
formal entrega de la estatua al
alcalde de Nueva Rork, Vincent
Impellitterl.
ILE DYEU. Francia, Abril 14
(UP)El ex-Mariscal Philippe
Petain dijo a su sacerdote hoy
que est preparando para morir.
El anciano Petain, que dentro
de pocos das cumplir 95 aos,
ha estado en prisin en esta is-
la frente a la costa este de
Francia desde que fu senten-
ciado a cadena perpetua por
colaborar con los alemanes du-
rante la segunda guerra mun-
dial.
Su temperatura es normal
despus de pasar una congestin
pulmonar que sufri a princi-
pios de esta semana, pero su sa-
cerdote, el Abad Ballly, dijo que
haba quedado muy impresiona-
do por el cambio que se ha ope-
rado en el viejo soldado.
El abad declar que el Maris-
cal le dijo' "Me he preparado
para el gran viaje y slo estoy
esperando". Afirm que Petain
no come casi nada y que est
extremadamente dbil. Dijo que
el Mariscal sigue postrado en su
lecho o en la silla en donde el
mdico fte permite sentarse una
hora todas las tardes.
Eso nicamente
Sucede en los
Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, abril 14. (UP)
El Senador Republicano Char-
les Tobey dijo que el Presiden-
te Traman le telefon el mar-
tes y le dijo que "le ayudara"
si Tobey quera iniciar una
accin constitucional para des-
tituirlo y Tobey contest que no
pensaba hacer tal cosa.
La conversacin fue un hecho
inesperado en la disputa, alre-
dedor de la Corporacin de Re-
construccin Financiera, y dos
conversaciones anteriores de
ambos.
Tobey dijo que el Presidente
lo llam despus de or que
haba hablado de tal procedi-
miento legal en una sesin a
puerta cerrada con la sub-co-
misln de Banca del Senado,
la cual investiga la Corpora-
cin de Reconstruccin. Aun-
que algunos asistentes dijeron
que Tobey lo haba hecho (a
Traman) en el calor de la dis-
cusin, no lo interpretaron co-
mo una demanda para empren-
der accin.
El Canciller Br'in
se despidi del
Sec. Dean Acheson
WASHINGTON, abril 14. (UP)
El Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores de Panam, doctor
Carlos Brln, le hizo una visita
de despedida al Secretarlo de
Estado, Dean Acheson, hoy.
El doctor Brln dijo que la
visita haba sido solamente de
'cortesa", ya que maana sa-
le por la va area para Pa-
nam.
se interrogar
a Marshall
WASHINGTON, abril 14. (UP)
Los Republicanos estn pi-
dindole al Presidente Truman
que permita ver los archivos
secretos diplomticos, ya que se-
gn ellos, stos divulgaran que
el General MacArthur fue des-
tituido por oponerse al apaci-
guamiento en Asia.
El Presidente Traman tendr
oportunidad de ampliar las ra-
zones por las cuales destituy
a MacArthur en un discurso
que pronunciar esta noche en
una cena. Cuatro estaciones ra-
diodifusoras y dos de televi-
sin transmitirn el discurso
del Presidente a las 10:30 de
la noche.
Los demcratas cedieron a
las demandas de los Republica-
nos, de que MacArthur le diga
al Congreso su propia versin
de las disputas polticas que
han estremecido a Estados Uni-
dos. Truman, a pesar de sus
diferencias con MacArthur, dijo
que se senta "feliz" de que tal
honor se le concediera "a uno
de nuestros ms grandes mili-
tares".
La investigacin del Senado
comenzara el mircoles con un
testimonio a puertas cerradas
del Secretarlo de Defensa, Geor-
ge C. Marshall. Despus de
Marshall declararan los miem-
bros dil Estado Mayor, el Se-
cretario de Estado, Dean Ache-
son y al General MacArthur en
persona, siempre que el Gene-
ral acepte la invitacin.
La investigacin parece una
"espada de dos filos", y algu-
nos demcratas creen que ellos
podrn convencer a la nacin
de que Truman destituy a
MacArthur para asi evitar que
el General siguiera haciendo
declaraciones, que ellos man-
tienen, desatarla una guerra to-
tal en territorio chino.
Los Republicanos, por su par-
te, han estado pidiendo una In-
vestigacin de la poltica en el
Lejano Oriente durante aos y
se muestran confiados que po-
drn probar que MacArthur fue
sacrificado por los "apacigua-
dores" del Departamento de Es-
tado.
Un miembro Republicano del
Senado, que pidi que se man-
tuviera su nombre en reserva,
insisti en que la investigacin
incluya desde la rendicin del
Japn en 1945, as como la
misin de Marshall a China, el
envo de armas a Chiang Kai
Shek, el retiro de tropas de
ocupacin de Corea y un infor-
me sobre Corea presentado por
el General Albert C. Wedeme-
yer.
El proceso degenerativo de
las clulas por la avanzada
edad puede re vitalizarse
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Abril 14 i clon adecuada de substancias
(UP). El Dr. William Koun'.z hormnicas, la menstruacin
cclica de mujeres que ya ha-
ce mucho pasaron a la meno-
pausia puede restablecerse de
nuevo.
Manifest que loa forros de
rganos y vasos sanguneos de
todo el cuerpo responden de-
finitivamente en el proceso de
rejuvenecimiento y no hay
prueba de enfermedad a con-
secuencia del tratamiento. A-
dems, parece aminorarse ia
arterieesclerosis.
Dijo que tambin se obser-
v una mejora en el compor-
tamiento psicolgico de los
pacientes, con la memoria es-
timulada, adems de capacidad
para pensar con lgica. Hubo
cierto grado de disminucin
en la rigidez de los procesos
mentales y costumbres.
gerontologo de la Universidad
de Washington dijo al Cole-
gio Mdico Norte-Americano
que ciertos tejidos relacionados
con el proceso degenerativo de
la edad avanzada pueden ser
revltallaados para hacerlos vol-
ver a funcionar normalmente.
El Informe describe el re-
sultado de un experimento de
seis aos en el tratamiento de
mujeres de 60 a 85 aos.
Kountz dijo que no slo los
conductos genitales pueden re-
juvenecerse y volver a un fun-
cionamiento que parece nor-
mal, sino que los tejidos de
todo el cuerpo mejoran me-
diante la estimulacin con a-
gentea de estrgeno y andr-
geno.
Agreg que con administra-
TOKIO, abril 14. (UP). El
General MacArthur permaneci
(Pasa a la Pag. z. eel. t)
El premio de las
cuatro libertades
dan al Dr. Bunche
NUEA YORK, Abril 14 (USIS)
El Dr. Bunche, director del
Departamento de Administra-
cin Fiduciaria de las Naciones
Unidas, ha sido el ganador del
Premio de las "Cuatro Liberta-
dea" correspondiente a 1951,
Kdt haber sido la persona que
a "prestado el ms destacado
servicio" a los cuatro princl
pos anunciados por el extin-
to Presidente Franklin D. Roo-
sevelt.
Bunche, ganador del Premio
Nobel de la paz en 1950, recibi
el nuevo Premio el mircoles en
la noche, vspera del sexto a-
nlversarlo de la muerte de Roo-
sevelt. Le fu presentado por la
quien se confiri el mismo ho
nor el ao pasado.
El distinguido profesor e In-
temacionalista Dr. Bunche fu
escogido para esta disticin por
sus servicios a la libertad, re-
cibiendo una abrumadora ma-
yora de votos.
En el mismo acto hablaron
el vicepresidente de los Estados
Unidos, Alben W. Barkley,
quien recibi el Premio en 1949,
y el Secretario del Trabajo To-
bin.
El Presidente Roosevelt hizo
su famoso llamado de las
"Cuatro Libertades" en el dis-
curso pronunciado ante el Con-
greso en enero de 1941. En ese
discurso pidi la libertad de
palabra, libertad de religin, li-
bertad contra la necesidad y
libertad contra el temor.
Por primera vez desde Marzo
fueron aniquilados ms de 4
mil soldados rojos en un da
Los chinos han movilizado una vanguardia de seis
cuerpos de ejrcito hacia el frente
TOKIO, abril 14. (UP).
Las fuerzas terrestres de las1
Naciones Unidas avanzan len-.
tamente hacia el Norte, dis-
puestos a un choque con los!
reforzados ejrcitos comunistas,,
mientras el nuevo Comandante'
del Octavo Ejrcito se haca
cargo de su puesto en el Cuar-
tel General.
Los ltimos informes del fren-
te dicen que las luchas se ha-
cen ms sangrientas y la re-
sistencia roja est aumentando
en todos los sectores del frente
en Corea del Norte.
Las bajas comunistas ayer
s u b 1 e ron vertiginosamente a
4275, y solamente en dos pun-
tos la resistencia roja cedi
bajo el mortal fuego de la ar-
tillera y la aviacin. Esta es
la primera vez que las bajas
comunistas suben de 4,000 en
un solo da desde el 17 de mar-
zo cuando el Octavo Ejrcito
inform que habia matado o
herido a mas de 5045.
Con excepcin de la costa
oriental, en donde las tropas
surcoreanas se encuentran a 26
millas al Norte del Paralelo
en Kansong, los aliados man-
tienen posiciones slo entre
unos pocos cientos de yardas y
cuatro millas dentro de terri-
torio norcoreano.
En el extremo occidental las
lineas aliadas se encuentran
todava a poca distancia al
Sur del Paralelo, al oeste del
rio Imjln, en donde las tropas
surcoreanas se han encontrado
con nuevos bolsones comunis-
tas.
Al norte, los chinos han mo-
vilizado una vanguardia de seis
cuerpos de ejrcito hacia ef
campo de batalla. Es posible
que estas tropas sean usadas
en la esperada ofensiva co-
munista, o para fortalecer las
lneas de defensa para hacerle
frente al lento, pero continuo
avance aliado.
En el frente central, al Esta)
de Yongong-Nl y al 8ur de la.
reserva de Hachn, los roju
no hicieron mucha resistencia
ayer, y muchas tropas comunls-
tas estaban tratando de eses
par en botes de la orilla Bur
de la reserva, en donde los a*
liados estaban atacando. La ar-
tillera aliada destroz dos bo-
tes que llevaban tropas.
Al suroeste de la reserva, las
tropas aliadas continan avan-
zando hacia Yanggu, y se en-
contraron con una tenaz resis-
tencia roja, los cuales estabi.il
atrincherados en los cerros a
ambos lados de la carretera.
Las tropas surcoreanas estuvie-
ron luchando durante todo el
da para capturar un cerro y.
no pudieron lograrlo.
Otras fuerzas surcoreanas- al
Oeste y al Noreste de Inje, so
encontraron con resistencia co-
munista. En estp mismo sec-
tor la fuerza area comunista;
ataco, cuando dos aviones no>
identificados arrojaron ocho
bombas entre 4 y 5 millas al
Este de Inje a las diez de la
noche.
En el frente occidental la
infantera de las Naciones U-
nldas se estaban arrastrando)
cautelosamente hacia un risco
al sureste de Yongchou, ejt,
cual aparentemente estaba a-
(Pass s la pgina columna >
No se ha decidido an si el
Gobierno de la Argentina
piensa publicar La Prensa
BUENOS AIRES, Abril 14 (U.
P.)La pregunta sin respuesta
que se hace en Buenos Aires es
si el Gobierno publicar "La
Prensa", la cual el Congreso ar-
gentino acord expropiar.
El peridico en idioma ingls
"The Standard" dice que seria
publicado con el nombre de
"Prensa Argentina", pero sln-
embargo, 'La Nacin" previa-
mente habia informado que el
edificio principal quizs sea de-
dicado a una escuela de peido-
dlsmo.
Informaciones no confirmadas
dicen que los talleres pudie-
ran ser utilizados por el Gobier-
no para publicaciones oficiales,
pero al mismo tiempo circula la"
versin que algunas agencias do
publicidad han sido consultadas
acerca la escuela de precios do
avisos para la nueva publica-
cin de "La Prensa". Asi mismo
se dice que 200 obreros estn*
aceitando el equipo y las pren-
sas.
Entretando, los empleados do
redaccin de "La Prensa", no
han sido llamados a trabajar.
ni se les ha dicho nada sobre el
futuro.
El Alcalde reglamenta por un
decreto el funcionamiento de
las tintoreras en la ciudad i
El Alcalde del Distrito, Lie.
ngel Vega Mndez, a dic-
tado un Decreto por el cual se
establecen algunas disposiciones
relacionadas con el servicio de
lavanderas y tintoreras en el
Distrito Capital, y se fijan pau-
tas a los recolectores de ropa
a domicilio.
El Decreto dice asi en su par-
te pertinente:
El Alcalde del Distrito Capital,
en uso de de sus facultades le-
gales, y
CONSIDERANDO:
Que a diario se presentan al
Despacho de la Alcalda, quejas
relacionadas con el servicio de
lavanderas y tintoreras, que
operan en el Distrito Capital:
Que muchas de estas quejas
no pueden resolverse con jus-
ticia y equidao por falta de
una reglamentacin adecuada
en este sentido;
Que hay lavanderas que pres-
tan ciertos servicios sin contar
con los equipos necesarios para
ello, daando asi las piezas de
vestir;
Que la recoleccin de ropa a
domicilio por personas descono-
cidas se prestan para el robo
de ropa sin responsabilidad pa-
ra el dueo de la lavandera.
DECRETA:
Artculo Primero: Catalguen-
se en dos categoras la opera-
cin de lavanderas del Dis-
trito Capital: Lavado a vapor
y Lavado a mano. Las lavan-
deras de lavado en seco a
vapor sern las nicas autori-
zadas para lavar casimires, pa-
os tropicales y otras telas cu-
ya limpieza requiera cuidados
especiales para su conservacin.
Pargrafo: Esta clasificacin
deber hacerla el comerciante
en el Ministerio de Agricultu-
ra, Comercio e Industrias al
inscribir su negocio para ob-
tener la Patente Comercial.
Articulo Segundo: Cada due-
o de lavandera deber clasi-
ficar toda pieza de ropa y asi
hacerlo constar en el recibo
que se entregue al cliente si
fin de evitar confusiones pos
terlores con respecto a la cla-
se de lavado que necesita.
Articulo Tercero: Antes de St-
ceptar una prenda de vestir, leo
lavanderas deoen examinarla
detenidamente a fin de cons-
tatar de antemano las man*
chas, desteidos, huecos o cual-
quier otro deterioro que tenga
la ropa y que se pueda pres-
tar para sorprender al comer-
ciante. Tales defectos sern,
advertidos al dueo de la pie-
za y deben consignarse tanto
en el libro de registro que debe
llevarse en cada lavandera co-
mo en la contrasea que se lo
entregue al cliente.
Pargrafo: No se aceptarn
argumentaciones que no se" a-
Justen a esta disposicin por
cualquier reclamo que se pre-
sente.
Articulo Cuarto. Los tejidos)
que se laven por primera vea
quejan sujetos a peritajes en
caso de que en proceso de su
limpieza sufran cambios tales
como descoloraciones parciales
o totales, encogimiento o cual-
quier otro deterioro que pueda
(Pasa a >a ra* CelU


PAGINA OOI
Bl PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rNDEPENDIENTB
ABADO, ABRIL 14, 1951
PanamaAmnca
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COiTOMA PANAMA AMERICA. a A.
Ti_ti"ONe -O740 'CiNTiAi fivo> atoo postal n 1S4
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EL DA l)K LAS AMERICAS
Ninguna fecha ms propicia para meditar en
la realidad y el destino de Amrica que la de hoy
que est consagrada a la exaltacin de una idea
vaciada en moldes de fraternidad, el Panamerica-
nismo.
La importancia de este da no emana simple-
mente de ios decretos oficiales de los veintin go-
bierno del continente. Ella radica en el significa-
do mismo de una noble aspiracin de veintin pue-
blos que, conscientes de su misin histrica, unen
al Imperativo geogrfico la comunidad de senti-
mientos y de anhelos.
El desenvolvimiento adquirido ya por nuestro
Continente exige un mayor celo en la observancia
y en el desarrollo del Panamericanismo. Comple-
jos problemas polticos y econmicos tienen que ser
enfocados a la luz de esa concepcin doctrinaria
que debe hallar en el sistema interamericano su
mxima expresin de realidad.
Todos los estadistas de Amrica deben orien-
tar la vida de sus Naciones con un criterio en cier-
to modo positivista pero con el ms elevado prop-
sito de darle cima al ideal Panamericano. Sobre
esa base, en la cual* converja la doctrina y la po-
sibilidad prctica, debe lucharse por estabilizar el
movimiento continental y por arraigarlo en la con-
ciencia de nuestros pueblos. Se necesita que stos
vean en el Panamericanismo una bandera de re-
dencin colectiva en torno a la cual los gobiernos
se asocien en la defensa de los intereses de los ciu-
dadanos de las veintiuna Repblicas de Amrica.
A veces se advierte cierta desconfianza en el
sentido de que se cree que la Organizacin de los
Estados Americanos slo se interesa en mantener
1 cohesin de los gobiernos que la integran. Y esa
idea no debe dejarse prosperar porque ella envol-
vera un sentimiento de indiferencia popular que
de ninguna manera favorecera la existencia del
Sistema nter-americano.
Los verdaderos panamericanistas, los dem-
cratas legtimos, ya sea' dentro o fuera de los go-
biernos del Continente, deben esforzarse por ha-
cer de la Organizacin de Estados Americanos un
refugio de las esperanzas polticas y sociales de
nuestras naciones todas, al mismo tiempo que una
clave para encontrar la frmula de la convivencia
econmica. De manera que la solidaridad hemisf-
rica seria un hecho tangible que aglutinara los
corazones y las voluntades de todos los pueblos.
En esta ocasin "El Panam-Amrica" rinde
homenaje al da establecido para dignificar al Con-
tinente, y formula sus mejores votos porque el Pa-
namericanismo logre en el terreno de las realiza-
ciones que la democracia sea una verdad sin sos-
pechascomo lo es en muchos pases del hemisfe-
rio para que Amrica sea el ms formidable ba-
luarte de la libertad universal.
EL MIRCOLES
dentro de las blancas paredes
de la Embajada de Estados U-
nidos. por segundo da conse-
cutivo, planeando la campaa
en su defensa que desarrollar
a su llegada a los Estados Uni-
dos.
Es posible que por cortesa
con su sucesor, el depuesto Co-
mandante no hizo declaracin
alguna sobre los planes para
combatir a Truman por su po-
ltica en el Lejano Oriente, y
tambin es posible que perma-
nezca en silencio hasta que
haya salido de Tokio
El servicio de informacin di-
jo a los periodistas que no se
les permitir entrevistar al Oe-
ner al MacArthur en el aero-
puerto cuando salga el lunes
con su esposa e hijo y miem-
bros de su personal hacia Es-
tados Unidos.
CUARTEL DEL 8o. EJERCITO,
Corea abril 14. iUP). El Ge-
neral Matthew B. Ridway le en-
treg el Comando del Octavio
Ejrcito al General James A.
Van Fleet y se estaba prepa-
rando para regresar a Tokio.
Todava no se ha anunciado
cundo Ridway partir.
Es posible que el nuevo Co-
mandante Supremo espere has-
ta que su predecesor. General
MacArthur, parta por la va a-
rea para los Estados Unidos.
En una conferencia de pren-
sa de despedida Ridway dijo:
"Con la ayuda de Dios y con
toda m mente y corazn, har
lo imposible por desempearme
en mis responsabilidades bien",
y le pidi a los periodistas que
no le hicieran preguntas sobre
sus planes para su nuevo pues-
to.
ESCUELA PRACTICA DE COMERCIO
LIBERTARIA DE MEL y GASTN FARAUDO P.
Directores Profesores
Cursos de Perito Comercia], Secretariado, Contabilidad.
Estenografa Gregg. Mecanografa, Ortografa y Redaccin,
Aritmtica Comercial, Ingls.
CURSOS SUPERIORES: Contabilidad Avanzada,
Taqtiimecsnografa y Problemas de Auditora.
MATRICULAS ABIERTAS 3 P.M. a I P.M.
LAS CLASES COMENZARAN EL I DE MAYO.
Avenida A No. 4S Telfono 1-Ml
NOVSIMO teatro
CRITICO
, K. V.
EL INSTINTO ESTTICO
DE NUESTRA GENTE
No soy de los que creen que
no existe el gusto por las ooaas
de arte en Panam. Tampoco
soy de los que consideran que
este pueblo tiene ya la supre-
ma preparacin en este asun-
to del arte. Lo que afirmo u
qu en el pueblo panameo
que somos todos: no un grupl-
to, no una aristocracia, de arri-
ba o de abajo, me da lo mismo
se descubre el Instinto del
arte, que su juicio suele ser
atinado, comprensivo, cuando de
espectculos se trata.
No quiebra el aroma: no fa-
lla. El pblico de Panam
alvo en contadas ocasiones: la
excepcin confirma la regla-
llena el Teatro Nacional y cual-
quier otro teatro, si piensa que
se va a divertir: y huye de las
representaciones que le van a
aburrir.
Yo no niego que para gus-
tar di la buena msica es ne-
cesario que se ofrezca buena
msica: la educacin es im-
prescindible. Tampoco me fi-
guro que un seor que james
ha entrado en un Muse* va a
sentir la pintura que en ese
Museo se exhiba. Sin acostum-
brar los ojos a la gama del co-
lorido, a la finura del dibujo,
seria milagrosa la admiracin
sincera. Pero si a esta gente
de Panam, al pblico de Pa-
nam, le enfrenta usted a un
mamarracho escultrico o pic-
trico su instinto le defiende
del mamarracho. Y ms el ver-
dadero pueblo, que aquel que
presume de preparado, de co-
nocedor.
Y a qu viene todo esto, esa
machacona prosa de prlogo?,
indagar el lector, ai es que
acaso tiene lectores esta colum-
na. Pues viene a que alguien
me ha dicho que una criatu-
ra de las que pisan el esce-
nario ba declarada que en Pa-
nam ha recibido atenciones
Innmeras de las autoridades
lo que hay que alabar y apun-
tarlo en el haber de esas au-
toridades pero que el pblico
no ha sabido apreciar su tra-
bajo, su "maravilloso" trabajo.
No, respetada seorita o se-
ora. No ha sido eso. la que
su trabajo era positivamente
flojo, es que su espectculo ca-
reca de condicione* Indispen-
sables en el espectculo.
Be abarra uno. Y el pblico
no quiere aburrirse. Tal es la
verdad monda y lironda.
81 ae quedara aqui, en esta
No a haga ilusiones ta dama
dudad en la que habitan es-
las representaciones por ella a-
nuncladas. verla cmo l coro
de loa Nio de Viena tiene
pblico: cmo el coro de los |
Cosacos del Don encuentra en-
tusiaslas; cmo el planista Ru-
binstein agota las localidades'
del teatro donde se anuncie que
dar su concierto: cmo la
Compaa Dramtica Lope d
Vega rene millares de aman-1
tes de Talla. Por qu? Por-
que el pueblo panameo posee I
instinto, porque el pueblo pa-
nameo acuda al aroma de lo
que le diatrae, de lo que le
gusta,

Yo estoy seguro que ruando .
se ofrezca en el Teatro Na-
cional y por la compaa Lope
de Vega "La Vida es Bueno"
de don Pedro Caldern de la
Barca, se llenar el teatro: y
que cuando se ponga en escena
"Celos del aire", comedia de las
denominadas de vanguardia, de
Lpez Rublo, tambin habr un
lleno. Y afirmo que en la inau-
guracin de la temporada de
la Compaa Lope de Vega, con
"Los Intereses Creados" de don
Jacinto Benavente. ae disputa-
rn las localidades y no se
discutirn los precios.
No hablo por hablar. Be lo di-
je a Herbert de Castro, repre-
sentante de la Sociedad Musi-
cal Daniel, de la Compaa Lo-
pe de Vega: el pblco no fa-
lla ms que cuando te abu-
rre o prev que se va a abu-
rrir.
Claro que pedir que acuda a
un concierto de calidad sin en-
terarle de quin es l concertis-
ta, aupara el instinto ae la gen-
te. La msica necesita un p-
blico preparado para orla: hay
que hacerle y no imaginar que
est hecho. Como las wposiclo-
TAMBIN LOS PERROS
p.- Al rtAD seguida lo argollan y lo pasean gicin y que deba de ser ejm
Ol r\L.V\J1\ por las calles. Ya es bueno que
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
Kn wta, seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas carta
ae e oes dirijan. Mbre tpico de inters general.
que no sean demasiado extensa*
VARIAS QUEJAS
sado, aparece un memorial
dirigido al seor Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia denuncin-
dole las irregularidades que
cometen los Notarlos Pblicos
y entre ellas hace mencin
que por hacer las escrituras de
ttulos QRATU1TQS cobran,
cuando esto es ilcito y por
aqui lo cubren con este velo.
truccin de una casa para Es-
cuela y hasta hubo uno que
puso la primera piedra y na-
die los volvi a ver ms, todo
to (que casi nunca hay agua GASTOS DE AMANUENSE. Los
porque el motor es un bejaru- Notarios Pblicos deben ser
San Francisco, Aoru u ce co que todo lo ms del tiem- personas escrupulosas, no co-
1851 po est daado) la parte cen- brar nada por lo que no les
5eor -.* -.*.in tral es la que tiene agua y las corresponden y de lo contra-
Dlrctor del Panama-America e afuera nada, en estos lu- ri0 nadie les cree, y ya, se
Panam. > bares hay unos pozos de bom-' ft0e que en todo el mundo
Por ser de inters general. Daa que casi todo el tiempo entero lo actuado de los No-
lo que voy a tratar le ruego | estn daados y han perma- \ tarios prestan fe pblica. To-
me ceda sus columnas Cartas | necido en esta situacin por, do empleado pblico debe ser
al Director. Las administra- espacio de un mes y ahora los' honrado, que de oonfiansa al
ciones pasadas venan ano por, han compuesto porque han que lo solicite y no como vill-
ano sus Ministros visitando es- cambiado de empleado y uno j garmente se dice (de la cate-
te pueblo para ofrecer la cons- es de aqui y lo compuso en- goria que sea) Ri-l,___ _-
seguida, sino en la misma s- res. Quizs el seor Ministro
tuacln estuviera. En la cap- de Gobierno le ha puesto coto
tal de la Provincia hay un a estas irregularidades dnun-
i'mpieado para atender acue- ciadas,
eran paseos y ofrecimientos y; ductos y pozos y no se preocu- En la voz del Interior de su
esta administracin que si- Cupa por sus obligaciones, que peridico de fecha 22 de Agos-
debia tener todo al da y ms to del ao que expir, dice su
en esta estacin seca donde corresponsal de Aguadulce. El
est el agua sumamamente a- martes 22 del mes de marzo el
otada. Pero tanto en la luz Inspector de Vigilancia de
como en el agua la parte pro- Rentas Internas seor Arturo
letarlada es la que ms sufre, Bethancour actuando en desa-
parece que estos seres desde rrollo de sus atribuciones se
que nacn llevan su cruz acues- present al casero de la Es-
ta, slo loa vuelven a ver pa- trella de propiedad de los ___
ra las inscripciones de part- ,.......... Donde pudo consta-
dos y las elecciones. Ojal el tar que se sacrificaba' ganado
seor Ministro, de Previsin sin haber satisfecho lee lm-
Soclal y Salud Pblica en un puestos nacionales que eran
gesto de benevolencia le haga grandes sumas defraudadas
poner agua y luz a la mayora, Les aplicaran todo el peso de
de las barriadas pobres que no la ley o los- trataran con be-
tienen y con esto la parte pro- nevolencia o los dejaran pa-
letariada veran que tambin sar como se dice GENTE
los tienen como gente. El do- GRANDE. Quizs los perdona-
tar estas partes de luz y agua ran. S les hubieran aplicado
muy poco gasto le ocasionarla | todo el peso de la Ley huble-
al Gobierno. I ra sido un bonito ejemplo y
En su acreditado preridico se acabara con esos abusos. Si
de 22 de Agosto del apo fla- hubiera sido un pobretero, en-
quiera la lleg a ofrecer la es-
t construyendo, que va a ha-
cer un orgullo para ella, y oja-
l la actual administracin
nos termine de empedrar las
calles, que gracias al ex-Go-
bemador don Alfredo Ramos
que en su pequeo tiempo de
administracin las empedr ca-
si todas, que tto ha sido un
orgullo para l.i que a pesar
de haber tenido' este pueblo
cuatro Diputados, uno dos ve-
ces y uno hasta Ministro ni
siquiera, se preocuparon por el
pueblo que les dl vida, y asi
paga el Diablo quien bien
le sirve.
Hace alrededor de cuatro
aos que se estableci aqu el
alumbrado elctrico, tan defi-
ciente que quizs en ninguna
parte la halla, loa cables estn
bajos hay parte que el alam-
bre est pelado, la mayora de
la poblacin est sin lu por
falt de focos y unas calles
tienen loa postes puestos pero
ni siquiera tienen alambre, el
que maneja la planta poco se
preocupa por ella y la compa-
a parece que es poco res-
ponsable de sus actos. El da
once de marzo vino un sujeto
a componer la planta y la de-
j peor, a pesar de que tuvo
el pueblo tres noches sin luz
nada le remend pues la dej
peor que como estaba, ahora
palpare ms, parece que este
sujeto entiende de esto como
vulgarmente se dice "ms sabe
una puerca de freno que lo
que Ud. sabe".
La poblacin tiene acueduc-
nes de pintura o de escultura.
De modo que no hay que
"meterse" con el pblico. Hay
que hacer arte. Hay que dar
arte. Y no desilusionarse. Y
poseer ese bisunto de que hace
ala el pueblo, la masa, la gen-
te.
El artista que se queja del
pblico produce una impresin
de impotencia indiscutible. Ca-
ruso. Titta Rufo, Toscanini,
nunca se quejaron del pblico.
Se quejan y tienen miedo al
pblico las mediocridades. Los
genios de camarilla. Porque no
son tales genios.
"
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tseaaccn Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
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HORAS: S:N a 1I:M a.m.
Apartado 114
Matrimonio Abaunza-Sedda
Recepcin en > Lefacln
Britnica
S.E. el Ministro de Oran Bre-
taa, seor Eric Arthur Cleugh
ofrece hoy de 5.30 p.m. a 730
pjn. una recepcin en la sede
de la Legacin, en honor del
Almirante Sir Rlchar Symonds
Teyler, Comandante en Jefe de
las Estaciones de Amrica e
Indias Oeste y de los Oficia-
les de H.M.S. 'Superb".
T
La seora Peggy de Young
ofreci en das pasados un te
en su residencia, para agasa-
jar a la seorita Isa Vallari-
no. Un grupo de sus amigas
fu invitado a este agasajo.
Despedida de Soltera
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Anita
Sedda quien contraer matri-
monio esta noche, la seorita
Luzmlla Oller Arango ofreci
ayer un t en su residencia.
De Regreso
Se encuentra de nuevo entre
nosotros despus de un viaje
de vacaciones en la ciudad de
Guayaquil, Ecuador, la seora
Doa Etelvina Martnez de
Mercado. Le damos la bienve-
nida.
Ante el Sagrado Altar de la virtud, la dicha v la felicidad y
despus de haberse jurado un amor eterno, hoy sbado 14 de
Abril a las 6 y 30 p.m. contraern matrimonio en el Santua-
rio de Cristo Rey, la bella y virtuosa seorita Anita Sedda
Nieto, hija del seor don Agustn Sedda y Sra. Victorlana
Nieto de Sedda v el correcto caballero don Ramiro Abaunza
S., hijo del seor don Gustavo Abaunza y Sra. Josefina S. de
Abaunza. Impartir la bendicin nupcial el Rev. Padre Se-
rrano, siendo sus padrinos los padres de la novia y el novio,
don Hctor Valds Jr. y doa Flora J. de Cordovez, don An-.
tonio Sedda v Sra. Ana Raquel N. de Sedda, don Harmodio
Arosemena y seora doa Juanita Arango de Arosemena, don
Carlos Pasos y seora Soledad Abaunza de Pasos, 8r. Felipe
Mantica y seora Margarita Abaunza de Mantlca, 8r. Abe-
lardo de la Lastra v Sra. Carmen R. de la Lastra, Sr. Eloy
Snchez y Sra. Mara de Lourdes de Snchez y el seor Pe-
dro Abreu. La Dama de Honor ser la seorita Rosita Sedda
acompaada por el caoallero Gustavo Abaunza Jr. Las cole-
ras las niitas Patricia Ferrer, Denla Teresita Mndez Ch.,
Oderay Eugenia Nieto regar flores al paso de los novios. Los
anillos sern portados por Marlanito de Jann y las arras
por Jorglto Tiniaco Borrcl. La novia lucir una elegante
creacin de satn y encajes importados especialmente por la
casa Rhoda. Durante la ceremonia religiosa, la seorita Ni-
dia Benacerraff cantar el Ave Marai. Terminada la cere-
monia religiosa los padres de la novia ofrecern una regla y
elegante recepcin en su residencia, a la cual han invitado a
sus numerosas amistades. Un grupo de ms de cuarenta
personas, familiares del novio, han venido especialmente de
Nlargua y Costa Rica para hacer acto de presencia en tan
distinguido actb matrimonial.
Engalanamos nuestras columnas con el retrato de los no-
vios por cuva felicidad v eterna luna de miel formulamos
nuestros ms sinceros voto.
Comida de Despedid -------------------------------;---------------
S.E. el Embajador del Per,''los ofrecieron una comida en
Bodas Abuanxa-Sedda
Hoy a las 8.30 p.m. unirn
sus destinos en los sagrados
vnculos del matrimonio uve
Nuestro Nuevo
Departamento de
DISCOS
y Decano del Honorable Cuer-
po Diplomtico, seor Emilio
Ortla de Sevallos y su hija se-
orita Rosario Ortiz de Zeva-
su residencia, para despedir a
S.E. el Ministro Lulgl Maria-
ni y seora Edith de Mariani.
quienes parten prximamente.
EL "KINDERGARTEN MONTESSORI"
anuncia a las madres que comenzar la matrcula
para el nuevo ao escolar el Lunes 16 de Abril y que
recibir para ese efecto de 1:30 a 11:30 a.m. todos
los das desde esa fecha en adelante.
Calle 45 No. 20
Tels. 3-1630 y 3-2052
Ca. Mercantil Estrella Blanca, S. A.
REUNION DE ACCIONISTAS
La Asamblea General Ordinaria de Accionis-
tas de esta compaa tendr lugar en las oficinas
de la misma, Edificio Banco Unin, Caracas, Ve-
nezuela, a las once de la maana del Martes,
lo. de Moyo de 1951.
EL PRESIDENTE
el altar de la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey la encantadora seorita
Anida Sedda. hija del seor
Agustn Sedda y seora Victo-!
riana N. de Sedda. y el apre-
ciado caballero nicaragense,
seor Ramiro Abuanza hljoTiei
seor Gustavo Abuanza y se-
ora Josefina 8. de Abuana.
Lucir la novia una elegante
creacin en satn y encajes,
importado especialmente para
ella por la Casa Rhoda. Com-
pletar el atavo nupcial un
delicado ramo de orqudeas
blancas. Entrar al templo pre-
cedida de su dama de honor,
su hermana, seorita' Rosita
bedda, acompaada por el ca-
ballero Gustavo Abuanza Jr.
Regaran flores al paso de la
novia la niita Oderay Euge-
na Nieto, y sostendrn la co-
la del vestido nupcial las ni-
nas Patricia Ferrer y Delia Te-
resita Mndez Ch. Los nios
Mariano de Janon y Jorge Ti-
noco Borrel llevarn los ani-
llos y as arras.
El reverendo Padre Jess Se-
rrano Impartir la bendicin
nupcial y apadrinarn la ce-
rmeonia adems de los padres
de los novios, el seor Hctor
Valds Jr. la seora Flora J.
de Cardovez, el seor Antonio
sedda, y seora Ana Raquel N.
de Sedda, el seor Harmodio
Arosemena F. y seora Juani-
ta A. da Arosemena, el seor
Carlos Pasos y seora Soledad
A. de Pasos, el seor Felipe
Mantica y seora Margarita
Abuanza de Mantlca, el seor
Agelardo de la Lastra y seo-
ra Carmen de de la Lastra,
seor Eloy Snchez y seora
Mara de Lourdes de Snchez,
y el seor Pedro Abreu.
Recibirn los desposados las
felicitaciones de sus familiares
y amistades, durante una re-
cepcin la cual ofrecern los
padres de la novia en su resi-
dencia.
Formulamos votos por la fe-
licidad siempre eterna de los
contrayentes de hoy, y que
Dios derrame sobre ellos sus
mltiples bendiciones.
Cl MPLE AROS
r.osa y seora Carmen do Es-
pinosa quienes cumplen hoy
veintiocho ao* de casados.
Cumplen hoy aos de casa-
dos el seor Ricardo E. Valla-
rino y seora Lilla Q. de Va-
llarlno. Los saludamos cordial-
mente.
Sociales de Coln
Pet JUDITH BERTONCIN1
Tel. 43* Aptdo 1004
El pblico selecto colonens
podr verla en el Teatro Ca-
ribe por la mdica suma de
B. 0.75, adems de dos grandes
pelculas.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Joaqun Borrel y
seora Mercedes Paulina A. de
Borrel quienes celebran en es-
ta- fecha el primer aniversa-
rio de su matrimonio.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Aminta
A. de Estripeaut, quien guar-
da cama en la Clnica San
temando.
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la
mejora de la seora Ins de
Stanley, quien abandon la
Clnica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de hoy
En medio del aprecio y es-
tima de los suyos celebra hoy
la grata fecha de su onoms-
tico el seor don Virgilio Gar-
ca Barrera. Con tal motivo le
enviamos un cordial y cario-
so saludo de felicitacin y for-
mulamos votos porque disfrute
de todo gnero de felicidades.
"Elizabeth" en el Caribe
La exquisita bailarina hn-
gara Elizabeth Szabo, quien ob-
tuvo recientemente en la ciu-
dad capital un xito rotundo,
debutar en esta ciudad por
primera y ltima vez, el mir-
coles 18 de los corrientes.
De Regreso
Procedente de Buenos Aires,
se encuentra de nuevo entre
nosottos la seora Carmen
Arlas de Mcllvalne, a quien nos
complace presentarle nuestro
ms cordial saludo (to bien-
venida.
Para Costa Rica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital,
regres ayer a San Jos el se-
or Fernando Fournler. Lo des-
pedimos.
Cumple aos hoy la encan-
tadora niita Luzmila Martin
Donado hija del Sr. Ricardo
Martin y Sra. Esperanta de
Martin. Motivo por el cual sus
padres ofrecern una piata
en casa de sus abuelos en la
bella poblacin de San Carlos.
De Mxico f MB
Saludamos al Dr. Carlos Ma-
nuel Souza y seora Yolanda
M. de Souza. quienes acompa-
ados de .sus nios, regresa-
ron de una temporada en M-
xico.
De Chiriqui
Saludamos al Dr. Armando
Rodrguez Lendian y seora
Maria Ofelia de Rodrguez
Lendian y a la seora Ana
Gloria de Romero, quienes re-
gresaron de Boquete en donde
pasaron varios das huepedes
del seor Arlstldes Romero y
seora Mara Luisa G. R. de
Romero.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Srta. Maritza C. Loo.
Sra. Otllda N. de Orillac.
Sra. Carolina Ch. de Alva-
rado.
Sra. Virginia P. de Alba.
Sra. Este A. de Maduro.
Sra. Mercedes Paulina A. de
Borrel.
Sra. Meliva B. de Arias.
Nia Flor de Mara Mir.
Nia Yenl Itrel de Icaza II.
Buffet
Felicitamos muy cordlalmen-
te a don Delfn del Busto, efi-
ciente empleado de la Cerve-
cera Nacional, quien cumple
aos hoy. Para celebrar tan
fausto aniversario sus familia-
res le brindarn un soberbio
agasajo.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Heliodora A. de Arose-
mena.
Sra. Leonor A. de Arosemena.
Sra. Hecllla I. de Cucaln.
Seora Anastasia de de la
Guardia.
Seorita Digna Emilia Arose-
mena Navarro.
Sr. Jaime de la Guardia Jr.
Nio Bolivar Vallarino Jr.
Nino Guillermo Fernndez
Quijano.
DISCURSO DE CHURCHILL
LONDRES, abril 13. (UP).
Esferas parlamentarla infor-
maron que se espera que el ex-
Primer Ministro, Winston Chur-
chill, pronuncie en la Cmara
de los Comunes el jueves pr-
ximo lo que podra ser "uno de
sus ms Importantes discursos
sobre asuntos de la defensa".
ofrece una
ESPECIALIDAD...
25%
de descuento
EN TODOS LOS DISCOS
(Columbia)
TODO EL MES DE ABRIL
Cyrnos
PARA REGALOS
Ave. Tlvoli 16 Panam
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Enviamos nuestras feliclta-
clones al seor Manuel Espl-
Distribuidores:
CA. cyrnos. s. a.
Tels. 2-1791 2-1782
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Aniversario de matrimonio
El hogar formado por el se-
or don Humberto Decerega y
seora doa Diana Mndez de
Decerega celebra en esta fecha
sus bodas de papel. Por esto
medio le hacemos llegar nues-
tro saludo.
Cumpleaos de maana
Maana domingo festeja sus
natales la seora Ana Raque.
de Conoan. Es para nosotros
un placer saludarla y descarto
muchos aos ms de vida. J
*
V*
Pan calmar la tu fl
aflojar la fiema, de-1,
rrita VapoRub esil
agra hirviendo e in-J
hale loa vapora. AIj"
acostarte, frote pa-l
hale loa vaporea.
-? K hi-Hsr acostarse, frote
^^ 3> cho. cuello, y espalda
=* -*; conVapoRub.
VickvapoRub
LAPI labial de la mujer bonita
LA VERDAD ES...
que a mi familia le guata comer
bian y cuando alrvo algo da au
agrado no vacilan en prodl-
Irarme alabanzas. Por ejemplo,
a aopa de vegetales que les
aerv recientemente...
Qu sabrosa! exclamaron a
coro.. Me halag muchiaimo,
pero demoa fel Cenar lo que ea
de1 Csar. La verdad ea que ae
debia a que aquella aopa era
Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's.
Asi ae lo dije. Pap eataba
aaombrado.
Ea qua Campbell's hace esta
deliciosa y nutritiva aopalea
expliqu cocinando muchoa
vegetales distinto, en plena
madurez, en un rico y aubatan-
cioso caldo de carne de rea. Y
todo lo que tengo que hacer ea
agregar Igual cantidad da agua,
calentarlo y a la mesa!
Pap gui un ojo y dijo son-
riente :
Casi una comida completa.
Sabe mejor!
r^PtSJS^^
:.
L^Hi'M POLVO
WHLE MILK POWDER
-Hi
VI1*MIN O fOHUfllO
"' ""M MUM ISC, lTIU illl'1
*"*>*:
>)) a no a l*1
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
il-4
imple JABN DtSALUD UFEBUOY(SALVAVIDA)
Conserve el frescor de u cuerpo todo el daemplee
Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida) en su ducha o
bao diario e invariablemente al lavarte. La pto-
fundamente limpiadora espuma del Jabn de Salud
Lifebuoy (Salvavida hace desaparecer el agotamiento
y conserva au frescor poi espacio de ms tiempo.
Compre una pastilla boy mismo y pronto te convencen
de la gran diferencia en tu propio bienestar.
PARA FRESCOR PERSONAL CONSTANTE
vtaraas'a-M te-a*
m raooocTo " tf
Up ah M


que el SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA asegura las vidas
de los empleados de cualquier compaa, los miembros de
asociaciones, entidades cvicas, clubs, sindicatos, coopera-
tivas, etc., ofreciendo en esta forma proteccin tanto a los
patronos como a los obreros y el pblico?
Por eso el SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA es comparado
a la semilla, porque, como ella, una ves adquirida y culti-
vada, representa uno de los mejores medios conque cuenta
el hombre para asegurar el bienestar de los suyos.
PANAMA
Las tarifas del
SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA
son sumamente econmicas!


PAGINA CUATRO
EX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
SBADO. ABRIL 14, J5I
< CRUCIGRAMA
1 2 3 1 ; 5 6 7 8 1 l |U
12 \
15 16 r H
19
22 2C i 24 27"
28 32 58 39 33 15 29 46 34 i 42" P 43
44 i4 n
48 49 50 1
51 32 53 '
57 1 58 59 1 60
81 1 62 63
El Gobierno est empeado en
tenderle la mano a todo Darin
HORIZONTALES:
J Tratamiento espaol
4Penetrar el agua.
J;Isla griega del Egeo
19Ave australiana.
15Ojo de los Insectos.
11Metal precioso.
li Din.s de la semana,
lpReglones.
IBEnredos.
2&Delito.
24Cocinar en seco.
2nQue contienen arena.
2J Nombre de varn.
-Estrujar.
-Letra castellana.
ILiga Nacional Obrera, Inlc.
PPerseguir la caza.
-Ocano.
-Antiguo nombre de la nota
do.
3JJHuelga.
MPlanta de adorno.
3fcMdico, modismo.
49Dios griego del amor.
iiCiudad de Italia.
-Del verbo sanar.
-Accin y efecto de carear.
-Trastos viejos.
IAdverbio de lugar.
r Relata.
poca.
56Articulo. Pl.
5(Composiciones para una
sola voz.
WBebida alcohlica.
VERTICALES:
IEntregues.
2Organizacin Militar
Americana. Inic.
8Con nubes.
4Articulacin.
5Del verbo acosar.
6Caso de pronombre.
7Contraccin
8Del verbo razonar.
9^-Figuras geomtricas.
10Afresis de ahora.
ll4-PetiQln de auxilio.
16-i-Lo que respiramos.
18Sensacin del olfato.
JOAbandona.
IISancin en dinero. Inv.
12Mujer santificada.
REUNION
Comunicado de Defensa Civil
l martes 17 de los corrien-
tes tendr lugar en el Minis-
terio de Gobierno y Justicia,
una reunin convocada por la
Comisin Nacional de Defensa
Civil con los Ingenieros de a-
cueductoa, servicios elctricos,
carreteras, obras pblicas y la
Sociedad de Ingenieras, con el
fin de estudiar las medidas que
ae han de tomar en los dife-
rentes casos que se puedan pre-
sentar de interrupcin de algu-
nos de estos servicios, asi co-
mo medidas generales de de-
tensa.
Con tal fin se ha confeccio-
nado un temario que ha sido
remitido a los seores ingenie-
ros citados para esta importan-
te reunin.
Antonio De Reuter,
Comisionado de Defensa Civil.
24Facultad.
25Que no es transparente.
26Existirs.
28Causa, del verbo ocasionar.
33Altares.
34Tener merecimiento.
36Del verbo pasar.
38Nombre de varn.
40Del verbo tarar.
41Se atreviera.
45Del verbo arar.
46Oxido de calcio.
47Igual al 51 horizontal.
48Prefijo inseparable.
49Metal precioso.
50Apcope de unto.
53Terminacin verbal.
SdlliliiN O* ATES
anrai vnnw.i
flc] nw-ij'j iMt
Est de regreso en
Oc el Reverendo
Domingo Basterra
OCU, Abril 14. ' Correspon-
sal. Ayer regres a sta res-
tablecido de las dolencias que
le aquejaron e hicieron some-
terse a intervencin quirrgica
en la capital el Reverendo Pa-
dre Domingo Basterra. cura de
esta Parroquia, donde por su
don de gente y altas. cualida-
des se ha captado la simpa-
ta y el aprecio de todos. Nos
complacemos en anotar su re-
greso y hacemos votos por su
total restablecimiento.
CASPA
Prt limpitr 1 ceioa y calmar la picazo*
Uva au cabaaa y la de_ tui nio* con la po
El Mln. Carbonell
hizo visita a
esa provincia
OBRAS EN CHIRIQL'I. Camino entre David y Remedios. Cambio de alcantarillado de me-
tal de tipo "Armco" por alcantarillado de cem ento. En la foto el Ministro Carbonell en com-
paa del Ingeniero Plinio Vrela, Superintend ente General de la Seccin de Camino*, sealan
la forma en que el alcantarillado de metal se deteriora, alendo ms econmico j duradero el
de cemento._________________________________________________________________________1
Complace a Chiriqu el plan En biriqu ser
oficial de Obras Pblicas
.itti vrUu.ai. Cuinpic MOJINA en
iht-a %
botica*!
Alta Presin Sanguneo
81 la Alia P-alsa SanRu(n<-a la
SiKJ "'"" Colore *" I coraren,
dolor, d. rabna. altw.nt.-14 Dar
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LA CONCEPCIN, AbrU 13.
Corresponsal. No todos
los sectores de la Provincia
Chirlcana estn de plceme
con el plan de obras pblicas
que anuncian por la prensa,
en lo cual se Invertir medio
milln de balboa medio mi-
lln. Bugaba, el Distrito de
casi treinta mil habitantes
presunto que .de stos no deja-
rn de haber ocho mil elec-
tores; el Distrito de ubrri-
mas tierras y que suministra
para toda la Repblica abun-
dantes comestibles y otros pro-
ductos que dan margen, y que
son base Intrnseca de la eco-
noma nacional, es uno de los
sectores inconformes, profun-
damente afectado desde hace
largo tiempo con la poltica
discriminate que viene adop-
tndose en los presupuestos.
La pavimentacin de las ca-
lles de Concepcin, alcantari-
llado, casa para la Unidad Sa-
La poblacin de
Chepo se halla
a oscuras
CHEPO. Abril 12. Corres-
ponsal. Debido a desperfec-
tos inesperados de la planta
elctrica el pueblo permanece
a oscura desde hace ms
de cinco das, pues a pesar
de los esfuerzos que se hacen
por reparar el dao, ste no
ha sido posible corregirlo, oca-
sionando con esto la paraliza-
cin de las actividades comer-
ciales en las primeras horas
de la noche y llenando de in-
tranquilidad la paz espiritual
de la comunidad, pues los los
amigos de lo ajeno aprovechan
la tlniebla nocturna para de-
sarrollar sus perversas manio-
bras.
nitarla, caminos de penetra-
cin al santo, Dival. Bren,
Rabo de Gallo. Carias Gordas,
son obras urgentes que no de-
bieran tener dilacin, y las
cuales de una manera ostensi-
ble y negativa, se hace caso
omiso de ellas como si este
Distrito fuera el ceniciento de
la Repblica.
La prensa debe Tiacerse eco
del malestar y de la queja jus-
tificada de este Importante
sector distrltorial. para que el
pblico se entere da lo que es-
t ocurriendo sin saberse de
fijo cuales sean los motivos, y
para que todos los habitantes
de Bugaba se den perfecta
cuenta de estos egostas In-
consecuentes desaciertos.
Da del Polica
DAVID, abril 14. 'Correspon-,
sal. Oficiales y tropa de
la polica de esta localidad ce-
lebraran el da de hoy, seala-
do por Ley como el del Polica.
Una sencilla ceremonia ha pre-
parado el capitn Martin Gon-
zlez, recibiendo a los amigos
que deseen saludarlo a las diez
de la maana. A las doce ce-
lebrarn un buffet y un baile1
en el Rancho de Risacua.
"La Razn" de hoy publica
las fotografas del Coronel Jo-
s A. Remon y del Capitn
Martn Gonaalez, felicitndolos
y edltorlallsa sobre el aconteci-
miento que se conmemora.
Con la afirmacin de que
esta administracin transfor-
mar en todo lo que pueda al
abandonado Darin, el Mlnis-
, tro Celso Carbonell de regre-
so de su Jira por Darin, dijo
| que los trabajos de Yavlza
continuaban en el plan que se
haba trazado.
Dijo que el Ministro Carbo-
nell que la visita sorpresiva
que hizo a Darin se seguir
haciendo a otros lugares de
trabajo, pues estaba dispuesto
a hacer que los fondos que sa
haban destinado en el presu-
puesto de 1951 rindieran al
mximo posible y que la coo-
peracin de los pueblos con
manos de obra y materiales,
como estn haciendo en Da-
rin ser muy apreciada. El
Ing. Celso Carbonell dijo que
el pueblo darienita es uno de
los ms colaboradores que ha
encontrado y que se esta Igua-
lando en esta espritu de coo-
peracin con el puebla chlrl-
cano y de otras provincias.
Nos Inform que el pueblo
de Yavlza que se est trazan-
do ser como una ves y me-
dia mayor que el anterior y
que el desmonte contina en
busca de lugares ms altos.
Que el plano anterior no ex-
iresaba la topografa y que en
ds trabajos actuales se tienen
en cuenta las alturas necesa-
rias de acuerdo con los coefi -
cientes de seguridad a base de
las mximas crecida* recien-
temente y en 1921. En la l-
tima el agua pas dos metros
arriba de la escuela, uno de
los edificios ms altos, y por
ello la determinacin del nivel
mnimo es sumamente impor-
tante de acuerda cop los ci-
clos de tormenta.
Sopa
UPTON
Pollo y Fideos y Tomate y Vegetales
Sabrosa Econmica Nutritiva

PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Upton Frostee"
Nos inform, asimismo, que
el ro Tuira esta socavando 1%
poblacin de El Real en forma
alarmante y que ser necesa-
rio este ao Iniciar la cons-
truccin de un desvio del rio.
El proyectado canal que pue-
de ser dirigido por el Ministe-
rio con mano de obra y ayu-
.da de los darlenlstas, tendra
entre uno y dos kilmetros a
lo sumo en el desvio.
Agreg que se estn mon-
tando actualmente las plantas
elctricas de El Real. Jaqu y
Tuouti y que dentro de los pla-
nes se construir la casa da
1 Gobernacin en El Real.
Rafael Escaerreola
insiste en unos
cargos que hizo
Concepcin. Abril II de 1951.
Director del Diario
"El Panam Amrica"
Pagino interior.
Panam.
Respecto noticia su diario
alude mi persona declaro pri-
mero: Ratifico totalmente dis-
puesto a probar, mis afirma-
ciones sobra hechos bochorno-
sos ocurridos durante huelga
Instituto Verano que desespe-
radamente maestro Sebastin
Agullar Insiste desmentir. Ya
di nombras propios flue testi-
monian cualquier matante ve-
racidad mis afirmaciones. Se-
gundo: Joven Panam que a
mucha honra pertenezco no (
partido poltico, es vigorosa al-
tiva Institucin civlca a la cual
pertenecen pueden pertenecer
elementos de avanzada que asi
lo solicitan, menos elementos
negativos y comunlstoldes. A-
gradecldo.
Rafael laearreela.
La Fuerza Cvica de
Veraguas no es
autora de una carta
Seor Director ds la
Pagina del Interior de
"El Panam Amrica".
En relacin con una carta
aparecida en la pajina del In-
terior relacionada con denun-
cia de irregularidades en el
Pueblo de San Francisco y que
es refrendada por el seudni-
mo de Rasca Cielo, queremos
clarar, en vista de las ml-
tiples pregunta, que la Fuer-
za Civlca veragense, ni nin-
guno da sus miembros ha te-
nido la menor ingerencia en
este denuncio.
Lenidas OenalH,
Presidente de Fuerza Cvica
Veragense.
AvudeisJUniorranas
SI tita* almorraaa iui cama
laroaa atu-aa, 3o sufra un ala
to! al Chinarais principia a oambaur
ua almorrann ri< t'rn niiirn:
l. Calma al aolor y la ata. t. Ayu-
da anoattr la* talldoa adolorUoi
Inflamado*. 1. Ama a elcatrlaar !>
"Ann Irritada!. Solicit I
CMaaraia an aa Bata*, Bar miara*.
%wtu#j*
MUNDO ENTERO
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1 (i) fr
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HASTA TODA lA
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MARITIME AGENCY CORPORATION, S.A.
Reunin di Accionistas
La Asamblea General Ordinaria dt Accionistas de
esta compaa tendr lugar en las oficinas de la misma,
Edificio Banco Unin, Caracas, Venezuela, a la diez
da la maana del Martes, 1o. da Mayo de 1951.
EL PRESIDENTE
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tem COr> DEN$A DA
NESTL
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The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5,283,000,000.00
Transacctonts Banco ras on General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Nos Entvcinliuimas en el Finmnciamiento ds
hnportorionm* v Exportaciones
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantuada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: Be 5.00
Efectuamos operscienes d* erstamo cea (arantias i*
primeras hipotecas y prendas cmrci*lei.
AH0RR0S~D" NAVIDAD
Depsito* ssmmilts ele 17.0.25; 17.0.50; I .1.00
y f/.S.OO, por un perodo da cuarentiocho (41)
WHIMS.
Oficinas en rsnams: A?e. Centra I esejaina eon Calle MI"
oficina en Cajea: Calle del frote osaniaa con C*U* ',
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sao-Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln
Se celebrar da
del agricultor
en Villa Rosarlo
El Comit de Villa Rosarla,
que auspicia el Reinado Ajri
cola ha extendido una invita*
clon al Sr. Alcalde del Distri-
to de Caplra, como a los miem-
bros del Consejo Municipal, al-
tos lunconarlos de la admi-
nistracin actual, para el ac-
to cultural qu* se efectuar en
las horas de la maana del.
dia 13 de Mayo en henar a
los agricultores.
El Concejo de Caplra apro-
b mediante un acuerdo la ce-
lebracin del dia "del Agricul-
tor" en todo el Distrito.
El mencionado acuerdo fu
presentado por los HH. CC. To-
mas centeno Jr. y Angel H.
Martinez, residentes de esto
pueblo. Aunque el Conceno no
fija partida alguna, deja a
discrecin del pueblo que es-
coja la celebracin y todos los
detalles que conciernen a esa
celebracin que rinde pleitesa
a loa agricultores.
El Reinado Agrcola Indica-
do por el comit Organlnador
do Villa Rosarlo, pueblo quo
ha escogido la celebracin con
mucho entusiasmo.
Los aspirantes en el Reinado
Agrcola son las Seoritas:
Virginia Castillo, (Princes*
de los Cereales). Bernalda 8a-
lazar, (Princesa de las Legurr-H
bresi. Eugenia Oarc, PrlnceJ
aa de las Frutas). Odlls Sal-
daa, (Princesa de ios Tp>
gerculos). tilia Batista, (Prin-
cesa del Algodn). Orltela Ro-
driguez, (Princesa de las Flan*
tas Textiles).
Loa escrutinios eran los diw
IS y 31 de abril y la Cor-
nacin el 12 de Mayo.

CHICAGO
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Mas Bajos
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servicio ms rpido. Soia-
montn 12-M horss le aspa-
ran de Chicago. %\ DC-6
de ls PA sale diariamen-
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usted vuela en lujoso
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el viaje.
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BL PANAMA AMEHICA DIAKIO INUfiTCNUlAME
PAU1NA UNCO
y
Los Fabricantes de Sodas se
Dirigen al Honorable Consejo
Municipal de Panam
Panam, Abril 13 de 1951.
Seor Presidente del Honorable Consejo Municipal, ,
Presente.
Seor Presidente t
En la prensa local de hoy hemos visto con gran sorpresa
que el Honorable Consejo Municipal aprob en primer deba-
te un proyecto de Acuerdo por medio del cual se establece
un impuesto de medio centesimo de balboa por cada envase
de soda gaseosa que se fabrique en el distrito capital.
De la manera ms respetuosa nos permitimos informar
a la Honorable Corporacin que con tanto acierto presids,
que esta medida que se piensa llevar a cabo no guarda rela-
cin con la poltica de atraccin para la inversin en el pas
de capitales tanto nacionales como extranjeros que en forma
tan destacada ha anunciado la actual administrcin pblica
y especialmente en los actuales momentos en que las indus-
trias atraviesan por un perodo crtico y las fbricas* que ac-
tualmente producen el artculo que va a ser gravado por pri-
mera vea en la historia del Municipio de Panam, todas, ab-
solutamente todas, estn perdiendo dinero. Esta afirmacin
puede ser* comprobada por cualquier representante de la Mu-
nicipalidad en cualquier momento que as lo desee. ^
Nes permitimos hacer resaltar a la vista de los Honora-
bles Concejales que, en estos momentos en que el Gobierno
Nacional est empeado en rebajar lo ms posible el costo
de la vida y artculos de consumo popular como esencial-
mente son las bebidas gaseosas, al entrar en vigor este nuevo
impuesto, automticamente obligara a los fabricantes a su-
bir el precio del producto y en consecuencia el pueblo, o el
pblico consumidor tendra que pagarlo al doble del precio
actual. Esto es as porque el xito de las fbricas de aguas
gaseosas depende del volumen de sus ventas y como este nue-
vo impuesto no puede ser absorbido por el productor que se
encuentra en situacin precaria tiene forzosamente que au-
mentar su precio de venta, el cual har imposible que se de-
tall cinco centesimos de balboa.
Las consecuencias de la subida del precio son cas! im-
posible de preveer, pero s podemos aseverar que sern de-
sastrosas para la economa Nacional que tan empeados nos
encontramos todos en ayudar.
Los fabricantes de gaseosas estamos convencidos por ex-
periencia obtenida en otros mercados donde se han subido
los prseos que las ventas disminuyen en un 60% y que sien-
do la industria de aguas gaseosas el mayor contribuyente de
la industria azucarera, la produccin de azcar bajara en la
misma proporcin. Como dato concreto podemos informar-
le que en el ao 1950 las fbricas de aguas gaseosas em-
plearon la apreciable cantidad de Cincuenta Mil quintales
de azcar, cantidad que sera reducida a Veinte mil quinta-
les aproximadamente si la medida llegare a ser aprobada
resultando como consecuencia una enorme reduccin del
personal que actualmente deriva su sustento en las fbricas
afectadas.
Los productores de bebidas gaseosas en Panam hemos
hecho toda clase de sacrificios para no perder el Mercado de
la Zona del Canal, el cual estamos convencidos de que se
perder con el nuevo impuesto en perspectiva, ya que ac-
tualmente en Mount Hope existe gran equipo que est listo
para abastecer las necesidades de la Zona tan pronto como
ocurra cualquiera alteracin del precio actual.
Por las razones apuntadas y muchos otros argumentos
que podramos aducir a favor de nuestra tesis, solicitamos
muy respetuosamente al Honorable Consejo Municipal que
estudie cuidadosa y patriticamente la adopcin de este nue-
vo impuesto que afectar hondamente una industria que hov
es orgullo de nuestro pas en la cual se encuentran inverti-
dos cerca de cuatro millones de balboas, con posibilidades
de ir a la ruina.
Compaa Nacional Canad Dry, S. A.
Alfredo Alemn
Compaa Pan Americana de
Orange Crush, S. A.
Ramn Jimnez
Embotelladora Royal Crown de
Panam, S. A.
Jorge M. Arias
Panam Coca Cola Bottling Company S. A,
D. G. Westman
COMPAA DIERS & ULLRICH, S. A.
Alfredo Oranges
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Tal. 3-0255.___________________
SE VENDE: Abrigo imitacin piel
de ormifto por U/.60.00. Informe
en Via Porras No. 58 trente al
Teatro Edn. ______ .
SE VENDE:Motocicleta 1947 In-
dian Chief, perfectas condicione.
Gengo! Casa 0129, Margarita.
5E VENDEPiano en excelentes con-
diciones. Tel. 4-565 despus da
les 5 p.m.______________________
SE VENDE: - Cochorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.__________
SE VENDE:Un piano de cola pe-
queo en muy buenas condiciones.
Precio raionoble. Calle 41 Este
No. 31. Tal. 3-0672.___________
Vendo llantas usadas: 600x16
750x20 825x20 900x20
900x16 1000x22 650x16
1000x20. Gernimo de lo Ossa,
(Intra).__________
VENDE:Homaca de poja ecua-
toriana. Almocn Eugenio Chan.
Colle 13 Este. _________
GE VENDEN:Cochorros de perro lo-
bo legtimos. Informes en Comisa-
riato el Coco. Via Porros No. 184,
San Francisco. ________
SE VENDEN:Posojes Pan-American
Airways y se ocepton reservacio-
nes en su nueva AGENCIA de Be-
lla Vista. Avenida Per 25, Ofici-
nas de COPA. Amplio lugar de
etacionamiento.
Acabomos de recibir vidrios de segu-
ndad en todos los taopos. Antes
de comprar vistenos en la Carre-
te/a de Rio Abajo No. 2154 o en
la Coll. "I" Ne. 4. FABRICA CE
MUEBLES Y ESPEJOS "LA GA-
RANTIA."_______________________
S^VENDE:Meiclodora 6 pies mar-
"ca "Le Ro", tonque para ogua
coliente 45 galones, sillo alto y bo-
no pora nio, hamaca ecuatoria-
na nueva. Telefono 3-2320. Cejle
12 Poitilla, Via Aeropuerto, Casa
119.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA.--O te venda. Cava re
campo an Cherraie (Ei Coco) Tal
3-0255.________________________
Ofrecernos bella y alta lata frente al
atar. Precio: solomente B/.4.35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5e.
No. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
Per irte iu duane a Saudi Arabia,
ofrecemos para venta inmediata,
propiedad en El Valle, localizada
en el mejor vecindbrio. Lote de
3,954 m2, colindando con el Rio
Antn, caso, muebles y mucho
mis por solo B/.6.000.00 de con-
tado. Infrmese: Wolf y Ca. Ltda.,
Calle 5a., 22. Tel. 2-2388 Villa
Astrid, El Val|e.
SE VENDE:-Terreno en loma 1000
m2 en Nuevo Arraijn, B/.200.
Dirjase Calle 21 Este bis No. 28,
Apto. 50, Casa Seguro Social.
SE VENDE:Una cantina. Dirijas
oficina, Antonio Cassino, 3 de Nov.
No. 1 de 11 a 12 m. 5 a 6.
p.m. Tel. 3-2437,
SE ALQUILA:O te ve.de, caa de
campa an Charrera. (II Caca).
Infarmes ADIMAI a. Tal. 2-2447.
4 a a..
SE VENDELote plorio de 15x37.50.
Colle 14 Poitilla, por solo B/.4.75
el metro. Patterson, Ave. "A"
16. Tel. 2-2346.
GANGA: Chalet nuevo San Francisco,
ltimo estilo moderno, dos racimo-
ros, dos porches, dos servicios, car-
ca Teatro Roosevelt. Patterson, Tel.
2-2346. <' ________
VENDO:Chalet de concreto en Co-
lle 9. Son Francisco, 4 racimaros,
sala, comedor, cocina, cuarto de
servicio y dos servicios, acepto
irmut. sabr etra chala. Ufar-
me: Lie. Liana Ora. Tal. 2-2944.
VINO: Lote de terreno Colla lo.
Parque Lefevr 1.000 metros, fa-
cilidades de pago. Serre reeidea-
ciel y aaaaa. Jalarme: Lie. Lepe*
Grau. Tel. 2-2*44.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos______
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada paro
oficios generales de caa. Infor-
mes en Campo Alegre, Ave. Ma-
nuel Icoza No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Una cocinera. Buen
sueldo. Ocurra: Ave. Chile fing
No. _4 bajos.' .
SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen-
te. .Pensin Julieta, Rio Abajo.
Preguntor Bodega La Luz.
SE NECESITA:Una cocinera. Ave.
Tivoli No. 406-B.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada pora
oficios domsticos con1 recomenda-
cin. Ocrrase: Familia Bazn,
Ave. Per No. 54. Tel. 3-0257.
SE NECESITA: Empleada blanca
con buenas refarandias. que sepa
cocinar y planchar. Calle 10a. y
Ave. 7a. Pdltillo, Chalet Carmen-
cita. ,.>
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE AtQUILA:Apartamento solo,
comedor, dos recmaras, patio,
garage. Via Espaa, Calle Gerar-
do Ortega No. -3. Informes: Apar-
tamento 4.
SE ALQUILA: ,Apartamento muy
ventilado de dos recimaras, sala
'comedor, cuarto de servicio y ga-
rage. Colle Ira. Perejil No. II,
ocurra telfono 3-0533 o en apar-
tamentos olios de la misma caso.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento 2 reca-
maros sala-comedor B/.6O.00. Ave;
Porras 56, llave apartamento 3.
Telfono 3-0841.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo,
cntricamente situado. Ocurra:
Compaa F. Icaza, Ave. B 79.
SE NECESITA:Uno buena cocinero
con referenaos, no tiene que dor-
mir en el empleo. Informes en
Campo Alegre, Ave. Manuel Ica-
za No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora .ofi-
cio general de casa. Buen hogar.
Tiene que dormir en el empleo, ir
al campo fines de semanas. Se
aceptan papeles si es extranjera.
Casa 1 50, Calle de ene solo via a
Quarry Heights.
VINDO:Lote de terreno 1.525 me-
tros para "bricej a DeeiHe en
Los Sobonas, focilidades.de pago.
Interna: Lk. LeMC Orau. Tal.
2-2944.
SE VENDE:El Valle, dos lotes pla-
nos, Calle Llano Grande en trente,
Rio Antn al fondo, crcndo, uno
12,000. otro 15,000 metros cua-
drado, por 20< M2. N. E. Rocker,
Apto. 373, Balboa Heights; Tal.
foiboQ 2874 2323.'
Se Necesita:
Uaa amaleada seria pin Cea f*ne-
ai, qur aa buena cecinara y pa-
ra afielas CeaaallcM, Intil araean-
tarse ala ananas raferenelai, acnrra
LaaesCalle M Este Ne. 31.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Operario poro tro-
bajar con aire comprimido. Va
Porras 130.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho .14 aos
o 15 oos pero' limpieza y mon-
dados. Ferial; Ave. B al lado Bazar
Francs
S VENDE:8000 lbs. bronce en lin-
gotes o B.0.85 Ib. 600 lbs. solda-
dura de bronce o B.1.00 Ib. 8
planchas acero.de 5/16 x 10 x 13
a B.0.13 Ib. 11.000 lbs. soldoduro
elctrico No. 7 a B.0.30 It. Tele-
nos 2-3112. 2-3111. -IIW.
Droguera Gonzez Revilla.
S VENDE:Miquma completamen-
te nueva pora sacar oro. Soca dos
gramos por yarda y puede traba-
jar hosta veinte yordas cbicos
diarias. Liorna ol telfono 3-2288
c venga o verla a Via Esparta No.
54 de 1 a 5 pm. el sibado o do-
mingo. ______
SE COMPRA
$: COMPRA:Un truck volquete de
10 ruedos de doble diferenciel. In-
teresados pueden llomor telfonos
3-1841 6 3-1554.
S COMPRA: Lona impermeoble
pora tapocorgas de trailer. Llamar
, telefonos 3-1841 3-1554.
SE ALQUILA:
Miscelneas
S- ALQUILA:Tractor D-4 traxca-
votor. Vallonno y Arios, telfono
3-1554._________________________
S ALQUILA: Mezclodoro da 10
pies. Telfono 3-2320. Calle 12
Paitilla. Va Aeropuerto, Casa 119.
MISCELNEA
I ospedoje. onentos para estudian-.
tes, empleados, hallar Ud. lla-
mando telfono 2-4186. Precios
razonable*.
HOSPEDAJE: Desea Ud. cuorto
cntrico, cmodo y borato. Lo
encontrar en Calle Estudime
No. 98. Tel. 2-1508.
/ I llegar o Costa Rica, hospdese en
la Pensin Moraran. Ambiente fa-
miliar v precios moderados. Tel.
5842. Apto. 1 158. Son Jos, Costa
Rica.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, levndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con aceite de aguacate. De venta
en los farmocios y en los buenos
olmocenes.
iOR INDUSTRIAL: Mecnico in-
dustrial de aserraderos, ofrece ser-
vicios a empresa importante; gran
experiencia en mantenimiento per-
fecto, sierras sinfn, o circulares.
Organizador y responsable, doy de-
talles, ofresco magnficos referen-
cias. Escriba: Central Cerreos a
Ccbeo.
SE VENDE
Articulo de Casa
SE VENDE:Lindo y moderno jue-
go de recmoro. Ganga! Tambin
coma de nio. Colle 34 No. 7.
SE VENDE:Radio "Silvertone" 11
tubos, tipo Consolo, 8/.35.00. Lla-
me a .PAD 6259.
SE VENDE:.Juego porch, cuero y
ocero, refrigeradora, estufo, juego,
sala y miscelneas. Ave. Justo Aro-
semena 97, Apto. 2 tardes. Tel.
3-1844.
GANGA! Motivo viaje, refrigerado-
ra, estufa, juego recmara, sala,
todo como nuevo. Llame los ma-
anas. Ave. Nacional 30, Apto. 2.
Motivo viaje a Estados Unidos, estufa
Estate, Frigidaire 7 pies cbicos,
lavadora Bendix. Llame 3-3543.
SE VENDE:Un juego de comedor
barato. Puede llamar al telfono
2-3383.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje. Radio
R.C.A., Refrigeradora Fngidoire,
muebles de sola, estufa gas gran-
de, loza y varios, equipo portal'I
para pintor, todo en perfectos con-
dicional. Colle 9ej. No. 10, Son
Francisco despus de 5 p.m.
SE NECESITA: Amplia residencia
para Embolada extranjera. Infor-
mes Tel. 3-4065. .
SE ALQUILA;Un apartamento en
Calle 10o. No. 2. Dirjase Antonio
Cassino, 3 da Nov. No. 1. De II
o 12 a.m., 5-6 p.m. Tel. 2-0408.
SE ALQUILA:Un opartamento en
Calle. 10a. No. 10. Dirjase Anto-
nio Cassino, 3 de Nov. No. 1. De
11 a 12 a.m., 5-6 p.m. Tel.
. 2-0408.
ALQUILASE: Apartamento confor-
table, comoddodes modernas, dos
racimaros, etc.. Casa 2047, Va
Espaa. Llame Tel. 2-1457.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o, sala-comedor, una recmaro,
cocina, bao. Calle 36 Este No.
11, B/.50.00
SE ALQUILA: Un apartamento
Ave. Lefavre No. 5. Dirjase An-
tonia Cassino, 3 de Nov. No. I.
De II o 12 a.m.. 5-6 p.m. Tel.
2-0408. .
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras recin pintado. Sala co-
medor, cuarto empleada, balcn,
etc. Calle Colombio No. 8, Apor-
tamento 5.
SE ALQUILA;Apartomento de una
recmara cerca del Hotel "El Pa-
nam." Colle 52 No. 18. Infor-
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE NECESITA:Chofer vendedor con
experiencia para repartir productos
de primera necesidad en Panam
y Coln. Irttil presentarse sin re-
comendacin. El Molino Criollo,
Panam.
SE NECESITA: Pintor con expe-
riencia que sepa manejar pistola
y barnizador competente. Vio Be-
lisario Porros No. 130.
SE ALQUILA:Residencia en Bella
Visto, ,3 recmaras, 2 baos, 2 por-
ches. Ave. Justo Arosemena No.
12C. Informes Tel. 3-3654.
SE NECESITA:Casa o apartamento
con tres recmaras y dos servioios.
cuarto y servicio paro empleado.
Interesado en compror ciertos mue-
bles tambin. Llame ol 2-2644
durante el da.
SE NECESITA:Dos hombres jvenes
con experiencia en ventas. Debe
tener buena presencia y referen-
cias. AMERICAN PROTECTION,
Ave. Centrol 47 No. 24 altos, Pa-
nam.
LECCIONES
MSICA:Novatos y avenzodos, co-
nozcan el faelnonte mtodo de
piano el cual garantiza resultados
rpidos. Llame pora leccin gratis.
Demostracin Bennett,.Juan B. So-
sa. Tel. 2-1282.
ALQUILASE Casa amplio, clara,
comodidades modernas, cuatro re-
cmaras, dos servicios sanitarios,
etc.. (piso alto). Colle Quinta No.
4. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
ALQUILASE:Cholet amplio, como-
didades modernas. No. 32 Colle
Novena, San Francisco. Infrmese
mismo coso. Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet omueblado La
Cresta, Calle 5 No. 10; tres re-
cmaras, dos salas, cocina, dos ser-
vicios sanitarios, garage, cuarto
empleada con servicio. Telfono
3-0778.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
manjelo ud.
50< par har
mis 7f par milla.
Carree eseejuradee.
Tal. 2-1995 Garage Il.ee
Tede lo que quiere o necesita. Sof
grande resortes interiores, canope
bamboo, comas dobles y sencillas,
mesas grandes y chicas, sillas, to-
cador, estante-cmoda, cama para
niAo, loro bilinge, perritos polica
belga (raza excepcional, trajes
pora jvenes y seoras, tmanos 4
a 6 y 16, espejes, abanico, etc.
Shrapnel, cosa 150 en Calla da
ana aele va a Quarry Heights. Tel.
Balboa 2820.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local poro oficina
arribo del Teatro Centra,.
E ALQUILAN.Exclui.vomente pe-
ro oticinot locales cntricos an los
altos da Avenida Central 44 o
precios mdicos Soliciten intor-
moc'on on Almacenas 5*10 cen-
tavos
ALQUILASE:Amplio locol paro de-
psito, cosa concreto. No. 46, Colle
Coln. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA;Locol espacioso poro
oficina o depsitos situado en lo
Avenida del Per No. 9. Infrmese
en lo Ca. General de Seguros. S.A.
SE ALQUILA:Locol apropiado paro
establecimiento comercial, cese
nueva, cntrica. Ocurra: Compao
F, Icaza.
SE VENDE
Automviles
'ENDE.Motivo da vioje. Kaiser
i- uxe 1949, 17.000 millas, ex-
cOntes condicionas, llantas blan-
co; derechos pagados, ganga, Plo-
mera Nocional. Cade 32 entre
Central / Per.
SE VENDE: Por B/.2.000.00 con
facilidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos puer-
tos, con llantas b'oncos, cubre
asientos y con 6500 millos reco-
rridas. Infrmase con Arios en el
2-2322 por las maanas.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA;C orto en la ciudad
en casa d familia. Informes: Tel.
2-3076._________________________
SE ALQUILA: Recmara grande
amueblada, frente calle con coci-
na, luz y gas. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto oigo oscuro en
Colle 14 Oeste No. 51. B/.20.00.
Informes: Avenido "A" No. 16.
SE VENDE:Buick 1949 Sup*r Con-
vertible, completamente equipado,
condiciones de un carro nueso.
Calle Cerr 1426-A. Tel. 2-3583,
Balboa.
SE VENDE:Pontioc 1950. 4 puer-
tos "Streamliner", solamente 10.-
000 millas, puede verse de 8 a 5.
Llemondo Tels. 2-3173 2-3175.
Ce 5 de la tarde an adalante. Tel.
3-2458,_________________________
SE VENDE:Cadillac 1949. Sedan
No. 62, recorrido 27,000 millas,
hydramatic, radio, llantas blancos,
asientos con eovertores, color gris.
Se puede ver Plaza 5 da Mayo,
Ave. Central No. 163.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omueblado.
ropa de cama, etc., para hombre
solo. Calle Colombia No. 8, Apar-
tamento 5.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos poro hom-
bres solos, en Avenida Central No.
165, pregunte por Sosso primer
alto.
SE ALQUILA: Pare hombres solo
dos cuartos con servicio y entrada
Independiante por B/. 30.00. Via
Belsono Porros No. 226.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amueblodo
con telfono y comodidades pora
persona exigente. Calle 43 No. 43,
Apto. C.
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 Saw Wineisin. corto made-'
ra asta 6 pulgadas un ao de uso '
B 375. Trailer poro corgar tubes,
etc. de 20 pies largo B.100. Ocu- i
ira: Moreos, Chorrera. |
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
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
SILIPHANE
Un nuevo y mejor material
impermeable fabricado por
los manufactureros de AQUE-
LLA para proteger pinturas
de cemento y albalferia. Es
transparente e Invisible, fcil
de aplicar con brocha o re-
cadera de iardin.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-B140.
Aluminio liso
. Brochas "Harris"
para pintar...
Piedras redondas
de amolar...
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Cali* 16 Este ?4
Tel. 2-3335
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1 Este #4 Tel. 2-280*
Alambre de Pas
Grapas
He 1 pulgada
. Palos de Cartn
. Mcheles 'Collins'
Alambre
para gallinas
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
8IEMFKE A SUS ORDENES
Rio Abajo #2154Tel 3-524
Almacn Calle "I" 4
Tel. 2-nSJ
Avisos Judiciales
AVISO DE REMATE
El susrrilo Secretario del Ministerio
de Hacienda r Teaoro,
RACE SABER:
Que ie ha ae.lado .1 dia 2 de Mayo
entrante las nueve de la manan, pa-
ra que lena, luiar en el Despacho del
Secretario de Hacienda y Teaoro el re-
mate de SIETE PERLAS ron un ealor
de TREINTA BALBOAS da una que hacen un total de Js7.S10.00.
La ease del remate reslaHo es la
urna d. balboas Doscieatoa ain
IB/.210.00).
a
Para aer postor hbil a. naceaita con-
atanar an eat. Despacho una garant.
en efectivo equivalente al O*. baae del Remete (10%) (R'.21.001 o
sean Balboas Veintiuno, por lo menos a
lo ma tardar nn. hora antea de la
sealada par. la licitacin.
No se aceptarn propueataa que no
cubran la baae del Remate, ni pujaa 7
repujas verbal*, menorea de B/ 3.00.
El Remate ae adjudicar al mejor
postor a laa 1 de I. maana en punto
del da aealadn para la licitacin y au
valor debe pasara, d.ntro del termino
de 24 horas aigui.nt.a a la adjudica-
cin.
El Gobierno .. reaerra el derecho
de anular una 6 toda laa propueataa u
ordenar nuevo Remate ai lo considera
conveniente par. los Intereaea del Flaco.
Panam de Mario de lili.
El Secretario del Ministerio de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro.
ERIC HUMBER.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece el'Art. 777 del Cdl-
So de Comercio, aviso al pu-
nco, que por medio de la Es-
critura Publica No. 547 de
Abril 10 de 1951, de la Nota-
ra Segunda del Circuito de
Panam, he comprado al Sr.
ALFREDO VASQUEZ RODRI-
GUEZ el establecimiento co-
mercial de su propiedad de-
nominado "JOYERA PANA-
MEA", el cual funciona en
el No.* 59 de la Calle 13 Oeste
de esta ciudad.
Panam, Abril 10 de 1951.
Florencio Casal.
Argentina
*/
En vistosa ceremonia duran-
te la cual fueron ejecutados los
himnos de los dos pases por
una banda de la Armada de
EE. UU., el Embajador Remo-
rlno dijo al Almirante Schulr-
mann:
"Con gran emocin acepto
el traspaso del titulo. Puedo
aseguraros que nuestros mari-
nos seguirn la gran tradicin
de vuestra patria en la misma
forma que sus predecesores. Si
tienen que ir a la guerra, ser
en defensa de la libertad y la
Justicia."
Los dos buques, el crucero
Phoenix y el crucero Boise, no
han recibido an nuevo nom-
bre. Cada uno de ellos cost
originalmente aproximadamen-
te doce millones de dlares,
pero han sido vendidos a la Ar-
gentina por aproximadamente
la dcima parte de esa canti-
dad, dijo un vocero de la arma-
da. A principios de ano fue-
ron vendidos en las mismas
condiciones dos buques al Bra-
sil y dos a Chil.
El Alcalde
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
I
PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema de
pintura visitando los
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PINTURAS PARA LOS
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de extensin.
CUNA, spring de hierro.
ESTANTITO PARA NIRO
cinco gavetas.
LAMPARA DE SALA, muy
fina, cinco focos.
LIBRERA CORRIENTE.
Mueblera Tun
MUEBLE GANADO . .
MUEBLE ENTREGADO
ELECTRICISTAS!...
TUBERA
ELCTRICA,
GALVANIZADA
y NEGRA
ft a. mS^tSi^kJ5
bedecer al estado o calidad de
la tela o al mtodo emt'eado
en el lavado o planchado. En
este caso la Alcalda del Distri-
to se reserva el derecho de
nombrar tantos peritos como
crea necesario y exigir el pago
de sus servicios a la lavande-
ra en litigio a razn de B.
1.00 (un balboa) por cada pe-
ritaje.
Pargrafo: Las lavanderas
que resulten responsables de los
daos asi ocasionados estn o-
bligadaa a pagar el valor de
j las prendas de vestir con un
.descuento del 26 por ciento en
I que se considerar el uso pri-
marlo de la ropa.
1 Articulo Quinto: Se fija un
trmino no mayor de ocho das
para efectuar la limpieza y
i entrega de cualquier vestido o
I pieza de ropa, pero el prople-
| tarlo del establecimiento est
'obligado a guardarla sin recar-
igo alguno para el cliente hasta
I por treinta dias y por 30 das
ms con un recargo del 10 por
i ciento sobre el valor del traba-
1 jo. Vencidos estos trminos y
; no aparecer el reclamante de
la ropa, la lavandera podr
venderla, previo aviso a la Al-
calda, quien le conceder diez
'das de plazo para las publi-
caciones y avisos reglamenta-
rlos. En caso de prdidas o
extravos la lavandera puede
disponer de un trmino pru-
' dencial no mayor de ocho (8>
dias para que busque las piezas,
despu de lo cual se proceder
a la accin legal que corres-
I ponde.
Pargrafo: Para valorar es-
tas prdidas se calcular diez
veces el precio de lavado que
aparezca en el recibo y seis ve-
ces en caso que se trate de una
'pieza que se cobre por deterio-
ro en el manejo y la devolu-
cin de la prenda.
Artculo Sexto: Las lavande-
ras que tengan servicio a do-
micilio debern tener mensa-
jeros debidamente Identificadas
mediante una tarjeta expedida
| por la Alcalda del Distrito, pre-
I via solicitud hecha por el due-
I o de la lavandera y refren-
dada por el Presidente del Sln-
; dlcato. Cada recogedor de ropa
est obligado a extender un re-
i cibo que exprese el nombre de
la lavandera, la cantidad y ca-
; lidad de piezas recogidas, con-
diicones en que se encuentran
y el valor que se cobrar por
i los servicios de limpieza. Los la-
Levantadas
Nocturnas
Envejecen i los Hombres
lTr.cu.ntam.nta larantaaaa o mle-
clonea socturnaa, ardor an loa aoBL-
ductos, realduo blanquecino an la
orina, dolor n la baae da la eepina,
doraal. an la Incl. o laa prarnaa, ntr-
srioaidad. debilidad, perdida dal vlror
anaaouliBo, eon cauaadoa por alfun
nf.rm.dad da la Prftatata. Para
aTlar .atoa traataraaa 7 ayudar a
d.rolv.r r*pldaan.nt.au alud, prueba
al nuevo tra.uml.ato cientfico Un -
aado Resana. No Importa cuan antl-
uo ac au aufrlmtenta, Regaa la
ayudara a r.Tlforlaar an Undula
roatitio 7 harft aaatiraa bien. Ob-
iaac Regaa an cualuular farmacl_
venderos convienen en dotar a
cada mensajero de un unifor-
me distintivo de su negocio.
Pargrafo: La Alcalda se re-
serva el derecho de cobrar un
(1.00) balboa por cada tarjeta
a fin de pagar los gastos qua
demande su confeccin.
Articulo Sptimo: Anualmen-
te cada lavandera debe con-
feccionar un Inventario de la
piezas de ropa que hayan per-
manecido sin reclamo en su
establecimiento y enviarlo a la
Alcalda del Distrito, la cual
proceder a donar el 50 pot*
ciento de los mismos a la Cms
Roja y a los Orfelinatos.
Articulo Octavo: Los Infrac-
tores de este Decreto sern pe-
nados con multas de B. 25.00
B. 100.00 o su equivalente en
arresto, pudlendo adems can-
celrsele la licencia de lavan
deros a los reincidentes.
Articulo Noveno: Este Decre-
to deroga el Decreto No. 11 da
22 de marzo de 1946 y comen-
zar a regir 15 dias despus de
su sancin.
Artculo Dcimo: Quedan c
bligados a cooperar en el cum-
plimiento de este' Decreto, los
Corregidores y Comisarlos do
barrios. Polica Nacional y Se-
creta y el Sindicato de Lavan-
deras.
Comuniqese y cmplase. >>
El Alcalde.
ngel Vega Mndt
El Secretario,
Luis M.
Por primera vez
bandonado. pero result estar
defendido fieramente.
Los rojos lanzaron ocho con-
traataques locales ayer, pero
todos fueron repelidos con la
ayuda de la artillera. Sin em-
bargo, en dos de ellos, los alia-
dos tuvieron que retirarse para
que entrara en accin la arti-
llera a fin de desalojar a loa
rojos al norte de Yongong-Ni.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2'x6y2'x8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.,
MAANA-CENTRAL
UNA SENSACIONAL
MATINAL a las 10 A. M.

TIM HOLT
El Rey de los Vaqueros, en
PATRULLA DE
RIO GRANDE
- Adems -
CARTONES con:
PLUTO -- MICKEY DONALD
GRATIS! RIFA DE MANILLA, BATE Y
2 MUECAS LA CENICIENTA!
PRECIO
NICO
25*
Regalos de ANTONIO INNOVACIN
y. .adems:
GLOBOS para TODOS!
i
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ABADO. AMI1L 14. 1M1
BL PANAMA AMERICA "< DIARIO IM>tPEN>ITXTB
' '
RADIO PANAMERICANA P*iSEN7A
HOV ABADO
P.M.
S:30 Melodas venezolanas
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Fenchlto RUet
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Msica variada
4:45 Carrera
1:00 Rumbas de Lecuona
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
1:30 Boleros favoritos
7:00 Comentarlos Vldela
7:15 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:30 Msica variada
7:45 Fred Warning
y su grupo
8:00 Mesa Redonda
NUEVO TROPICAL HOY
- Tonda: 1:00 2:47 4:55 7:00 :00 |
Bl ms emocionante drama-romntloo de la pan-
* talla!.. La historia intima de una Modelo que
en pos de placeres y fortunas cay en brazos del
hombre que no deba!... Mas peligrosa que una
fiera. de su vida y amores queda constancia!...
"PAGINAS DE MI VIDA"
(una historia
I ele ara* fuer-
I sa dramtica!
TURNER MLUND
MFEPmm
TOM EWELL LOUIS CALHERN
ANN DVORAK BARRY SULLIVAN
MARGARET PHILLIPS JEAN HAQEN
ATRACCIN ESPSCIAL!
"n Soberbio Cartoon en Colores de
"TOM Y JERRr
BBB
1
"Panamericana"
1:45 Esta tierra y sus hombrea
9:00 Ritmos populares
1:30 Acordes porteos
9:45 Delicias musicales
10:00 Msica sin palabras
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Buenas noches
DOMINGO
A.M.
8:00 Buenos das
8:03 Alegres despertar
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:00 Delicias tropicales
PRESIDENTE
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
I VARIEDADESl
HOY J
TODO EL ESPLENDOR
DEL RITMO DE MODA
EL MAMIO!
Es una pelcula Alegre...
Dramtca... Sentimen-
tal...!
Con la Estrella de los ballet
tropicales:
MARA ANTONIETA
RONS
Sara Garca Gustavo
Rojo Delia Magaa
Eduardo Noriega
en
LA REINA DEL
MAMBO
9:30 Concierto Matinal
18:00 Acordes porteos
16:1 Msica tpica ,
10:30 Cancionero
de la maana '
11:90 Sorteo de Hoy
Lotera Nacional
1115 Pavortto. Manuel Pemln
11 :M Solos de plano
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Aire colombianos
ra.
13:15 Selecciones favoritas
13:30 Mslea de saln
13:10 La Plasta Hpica de Hoj
Mtf Mfltrfr'-------_
EBjHl
lirmii e lilia
le** eNiwaU It
Jamones
Importados
PEK
KRAKUS
DREWS
lot of roce:
COMISARIATO
TACAROPUL0S
Tel. 1000 Coln. r
L hiitori* del personaje ms
fantstico de la historia
Atnericaiui.'
' V <

PRXIMAMENTE
en el
Z% WOPICAl
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Cantares de Mxico
1:45 Carrera
3:00 Cancionero de la tarde
STA HPICA
desde el Hipdromo de JUAN FRANCO
rimero..*
exponer a Ud. lo que est sucediendo ..
brindar novedad de transicin ...
ofrecer lot resultados correctos ...!
no dejarse impresionar ...
con su narrador deportivo Eduardo Molino
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
la [Red [Panamericana
ELDORADO
VERDICA...!
EMOCIONANTE!
- con -
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO
KATY JURADO
en
La Pelcula Cruda, Real!
Del amor de una mujer y
de las ilusiones de un hom-
bre surgi un drama...!
Fueron tan lejos, en sus
sueos, que no pudieron
regresar...
Cuidado!... EL GAVILN!
i
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:13 Carrera

PAGINA PT
II I !
LUX HOY
1:05 2:45 4:45 6:54 9:00
Romance a todo furor... Con
mujeres a toao lujo... Con
estrellas populares!... Una
pelcula para llenar sus ojos
de belleza... y su corazn de
alegra!...
"I
LA SIRENA
SE ENAMORA
i
DUCHE**
OFIRIHO*
smj >n| HTrttt '
1 WILLIAMS ,
VAN *
JOHNSON
M JOHN
LUND $
PAULA RAYMOND
90NNIC MAINCS CLINTON SUNMEM
ins GumI Start
LENA HORNE.ELEANOR POWEU
AL PUBLICO!
Participe en la RIFA de 121
bellsimos Vestidos de Baa
de mujeres
"JANTZEN"
QUE SE EFECTUARA EL
LUNES PROXIMO!
Pida su Boleto para la
RIFA en la Taquilla del
Teatro!...
^ PRESENTAN
JiW.V<
V **..
CENTRAL
1:11, lili, S:te, 1:U, :H p.m.
O?
LUafcetb SCOTT Jane GBEEB
Deaus O Ka.lt. ea
"DOS MUJERES"
Dettruye 1* felicidad de ni major
lies lra,|
LUX
KM
L
l:tt, 2:4a, 4:41,
Romantics y diverti-
da comadla mualcal
en colorea 1
Esther WILLIAMS
Van JOHNSON
John LUND
- en -
LA SIRENA
SE ENAMORA
(Duchen of Idaho)
con faula Raymond
BELLA VISTA
ai la. SEMANA I a
El ma apactacular drama de
aventuras llevado
la pantalla!...
Deborah
KERR

Stewart
GRANGER
- en .
TaTmTRs del rey
SALOMON"
EL
CECILIA
4.60 y
0 30
Romntica hlatorla a toda velocidad!
' Clark GABLE Barbare STANWYCK, en
"MIEDO DE AMAR"
Adema: Dean STOCK WELL, en
"ESCUELA DE LA VIDA"
TROPICAL
Lana Turner Ray Milland
"Pginas
De Mi
Vidg"
La hittorla de
Llly Jane, la
rubia que con-
quist a Nue-
va Yorki^.
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
Presidente y Variedades
1:IS. 2:51. S:M, 7:M, S:SS p na.
I Todo el esplendor del
limo de moda...
EL MAMBO". en una
iclicula alegre, dra-
mtica y aentunentall
AR|A ANTONIf.TA
TUNS
SARA GARCIA
GUSTAVO ROJO
en -
It La Keina del Mambo"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Aceadlcioaade
JAMES STEWAR1
Brbara Hale, en
"La Suerte se Divierte"
- y -
Clifton Webb, en
"DEL CIELO VENGO"
TEATRO TIVOLI
La pandilla, en
Triple lo"
Adems: Richard Todd. en
"EL TJtANSGRESOR"
TEATRO IRIS
Blanquita Amaro, en
RINCN CRIOLLO"
Carmen Anuya, en
LOS AMORES DE UN
TORERO"
HISPANO.
Tin Tan, en
EL NIJO
ramniDO"
- y -
JJoaHuexfanUoe'
pac f ico
"Vuelve el Hambre
Murcalo*" 1-2
TOaNENTE
au
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Leis Howard, en
"PIRATAS DE
C A P R I "
Adems: -
"CONGOLES
TEATRO EDISON
William Holden. en
"DE MALA ENTRARA"
y Roy Matthews, en
"EL PLACER DE LA
VENGANZA"
VICTORIA
EL CAPITN AMERICA"
Captulos S-7 Ademo:
"A PUERTA CERRADA"
y -CAMINO HACIA LA
MUERTE"
APOLO
SI Yo ratera Uaa
Cualquiera"
- y -
"LA MIJE* QUE
. " .
IDEAL
Joan Fontaine, en
"SANGBE EN LAS
MANOS"
DUMTA
rVKI.AUOR
VISTERMOSA
"Nuevas Haiaaas de
Jease Jaoaee" 11 y 11
-tale para CasaSee"
- y
ROOSEVELT
:Hnaa. Jasase de
Missouri'' Capia 1-4
"CALLE DE
pxioaos"
'Desafio a Muerte"
p.L 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
n
En un mundo cubierto de sombras
surge como una esperanza de todo
lo bello. de todo lo bueno. .
"la cenicienta
Cinderella
^^U^^ mtmmti tetiierueie me.
La obra genial de WALT DISNEY
filmada en deslumbrante technicolor
Estreno Abril 19 en el ...
Teatro CENTRAL


/C?f7"
QiL "Oitc
-HOY-
ULTIMO DA!
Une Pelcula Maravillosa!
SI amor de
una Diosa en
un paraso
prohibido I
M. G. M.
presenta
A

"LAS MINAS
SALOMON"
DEL HEY
*,.>, RICHARD CARLSON

. :v
MAANA
SENSACIONAL ESTRENO DE
FIN DE SEMANA!
1&p&SC7CrV
EN UN TRIPLE PAPEL CMICO, SECUNDADO POR
(0-
AN
MSICA!
BAILES!
Y
Carcajadas
a Granel!
MfiMi
bu>N6!
FOTGRAFO
POR ACCIDENTE
LEON AMES PAM BRITTON RICHARD R0BER
Sosa. rH. tr "AN TOW. HVtn 'MCaUN ae. HAAM aUttl"
sata as i Sean at eUlSHAU MIUN. h
' avuea,JACK D0NQHUE +** HARRY RUSKIN
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PAGINA ft
R. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDICNTS
SBADO. ABRIL 14. HSt[
Destacados Tenistas Participarn En El Torneo
De Tenis "Spalding" Que Se Iniciar Maana
Panam y Herrera Conservaron
Sus Invictos En El Campeonato
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIH CAMPEONATO NACIONAL
DE BASE AMATEUR, CHITRE
G. P. Pje.
Herrera ............ 3 0 1.000
Panam............. 3 1.000
Cocl................ 2 1 -667
Coln .............. 2 1 .667
Chiriqui ............. 2 2 .500
Bocas.......1........ 2 2 -500
Darin ............. 1 2 .333
Los Santos ........... 1 3 .250
San Blas ............. t .000
Veraguas.......... 3 .000
Juegos de Ayer
SAN BLAS vs VERAGUAS
LOS SANTOS vs COLON
CHlRIQliI vs COCLE
Encuentros de Maana
VERAGUAS ts DARIEN
COLON ts SAN BLAS
PANAMA ts HERRERA
Resultados de Ayer
Coln 2Cocl 0
Herrera 1Chiriqui 0.
Panam 11Los Santos 1
CHITRE, Abril (UPiLanzan-
do pelota de cuatro hits el lan-
zador E. George gui a Coln a
su segundo triunfo en el octa-
vo campeonato de base por 2 ca-
rreras a o sobre Cocle, en un
partido emocionante.
El coclesano C. Hernndez lan
z toda la distancia por Cocl
pero tuvo un pobre respaldo del
cuadro que peco en 7 ocasiones
lo priv de mejor suerte.
GANO PANAMA
El equipo de Panam aprove-
ch sus 14 lncogibles y la velo-
cidad de sus Jugadores para
?encer por pizarra de 11 a 1 a
Us huestas de Los Santos.
Herrera venci a Chiriqui
En el ltimo partido del da
el equipo de Herrera colg las
nueve argollas al fuerte conjun-
I to de Chiriqui en uno de los
ms coloridos partidos del cam-
1 peonalo de bascba.ll amateur. El
choque termin por una carrera
a cero y fu un verdadero duelo
entre Elias Osorlo y E. Chvez.
Los herreranos aprovecharon
un error del jardinero central
para anotar la nica carrera del
Juego.
Este partido se lo dedicaron
los herreranos al Diputado Nor-
berto Navarro en Justo recono-
cimiento a la labor desarrolla-
da por este dinmico deportis-
ta.
El lanzador E. Chvez ponch
a once bateadores para aumen-
tar su record a 25.
He aqui el box score de este
partido:
__________CHIRIQUI
~ VB. C.~ H/PO. A. E
0 1
0 1
2 1
1 1 0
0 O
2 0
0 1
0 0 12 0 1
0 0 0 0 0
27 I 24 i 4
B. Checa cf. 4 0 0
S. Moreno rf. 4 0 0
Wedenburg ss. 3 0 1
M. Sanjur 3b. 3 0 1
A Quintero lf. 2 0 0 1
M. Rodriguez 2b 2 0 0 3
R. Morales Ib. 3 0 0
P. Pierce c. 3
A. Chvez p. 3
Totales
Tres juegos se
presentarn en
la Piscina Olmpica
Maana se Inaugurar en la
cancha de tenis de la Piscina
Olmpica el torneo por la Copa
Spalding, competencia que ser
presentida bajo los auspicios de
la Comisin Nacional de Tenis.
El torneo ha despertado vivo
inters entrel os aficionados a
este deporte, ya que competirn
aqu las figuras ms sobresa-
lientes del tenis nacional, lo
cual ndica que dicha Justa se-
r muy reida.
En el da de maana se pre-
sentarn tres partidos y el ac-
to inaugural se llevar a cabo
en una forma solemne con la
asistencia de numerosos depor-
tistas.
Los Juegos anunciados para
celebrarse en la primera fecha
son los siguientes:
8.15 a.m.Croslin Guardia vs
Luis Rulz.
9.15 a.m.Julio Pinllla vs An-
gel Delvalle
4 p.m.George Maduro vs Cy-
ril faft.
FUERTE CONJUNTO. El equipo de Coln comenz con mala suerte en el Campeonato de
Baseball, pero ha logrado recuperarse y se ha convertido en uno de lot equipos ms poderosos
de dicho torneo. Esta novena logr derrotar ayer al equipo de Cocl por anotacin de 2 Ca-
rreras a .
HERRERA
Cupas viaja a Coln
hoy con mensaje de
los red. deportivos
Istmeo vs. Hudson es el partido de
esta noche en el softball comercial
VB. C. H. PO. A. E.
El Chorrillo En Peligro De
Quedar Sin Campo Deportivo
Debido a compromisos con-
traidos los Cronistas deportivos
de Panam invitados para viajar
maana a Coln para entrevis-
tarse con los cronistas del atln-
tico, pospusieron su viaje para
otra ocasin, de acuerdo con de-
cisin tomada en la reunin de
anoche, con la asistencia de T.
Cupas. A. de Sedas, G. Grrulo,
G. 8. Rolla, R. Merel y H. Teja-
da: envi excusa R A. Pardo
Sin embargo, hoy viaja hacia
Coln.Toms Cupas. para infor-
mar a los colegas de la ciudad
(a) Por J M. Cedeo en el 4o atlntica, los varios asuntos que
---------- se trataron en la reunin de
anoche en esta redaccin, y la
disposicin que existe de apoyar I
y asistir al Congreso de Redac-
tores Deportivos, anunciado pa-
ra el 20 de Mayo en Colon.
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volvern a reunirse el prximo
jueves a la misma hora y lugar.
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La Liga Comercial de Softball
presenta esta noche el Juego en-
tre los Automovilistas del Hud-
son que dirige Lawrence y los
licoreros del Istmeo.
Este debe ser un partido pa-
rejo por sus lineas balanceadas
Aunque ambos van a la zaga en
la Justa, han tenido muy bue-
nas presentaciones en sus lti-
mos Juegos y se espera un rei-
do cotejo.
Mejor el record Nal.
de los 5,000 metros
Ambos conjuntos han ganado
dos de sus presentaciones y se
juegan el sexto lugar esta noche.
Total 31 1 4 27 9 2
i El Barrio del Chorrillo se que-
dar sin su nico cuadro depor-
tivo que dispona para sus acti-
vidades como ftbol, softball,
etc. debido a que en dicho cam-
po ha comenzado el trazado
para la construccin de un Dis-
pensario, y ya pueden verse los
primeros trabajos y parte del
material para la labor.
Las deportistas y vecinos del
Barrio del Chorrillo, se encuen-
tran sorprendidos de esta acti-
tud del Municipio, ya que el
mismo seor Alcalde les haba
prometido arreglar el cuadro y'
construirles graderas.
Por otra parte consideran
3ue existen varios otros lugares,
onde pueda construirse dicho
Dispensario, sin quitar el nico
cuadro que disponen los depor-
tistas del Chorrillo.
Adems el Departamento de
Educacin Fsica no ha recibido
ninguna notificacin (fe la eli-
minacn de ese campo deport-
vo, y son varias las partes Inte-
resadas que deben tomar Inters,
en que dicho campo contine
prestando tan importante servi-
cio.
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
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El Duran empal el
primer lugar en el
Softball Comercial
Al vencer anoche el Caf Du-
ran al Vidrieras Prez por seo-
re de once a dos. empato el pri-
mer lugar del Campeonato Co-
mercial de Softball al Banco
Fiduciario con seis triunfos y
dos derrotas cada uno.
Anoche el Duran no tuvo que
extenderse mucho para lograr la
victoria. Abri con cuatro ca-
rreras en el primer acto y anot
seis ms en el tercero con seis
hits, haciendo saltar el lanza-
dor derecho del Prez. Haywood
quien carg con la derrota. Tie-
ne en la contienda l triunfo y
cuatro derrotas.
Lpez comenz trabajando en
el mpnticulo por los ganadores
saltando en el tercero para dar-
le paso a Moulton quien relev
con mucho acierto para olgrar
su quinta victoria sin derrota.
Onte hits batearon los mu-
chachos del Duran, mientras
que el Prez solo conect cua-
tro.
"Pecho" Garrido del Duran
conect de jonrn en el terce-
ro con un corredor en tercera.
El mejor bateador del juego fu
D. Glttens del Duran quien lig
cuatro hits en cuatro turnos.
Los juegos de ftbol
del Chorrillo tendrn
lugar en Barraza
Los encuentros de las Compe-
tencias de Ftbol de la Liga del
Chorrillo se efectuarn maana
en la Cancha de Barraza, de a-
cuerdo con decisin que tom
dicha entidad, y debido a que
el cuadro de Calle 27 Oeste se
encuentra ocupado con materia-
les de construccin.
Los juegos que ofrecer ma-
cana la Liga del Chorrillo son:
.lendoza vs Pern a las 9 a.m.
lemon vs PRI a las 10.30 ajn.
iel circuito mayor,, y PRI vs
PRA a las 2 de la tarde del cir-
cuito menor.
SIMEON PEftALOZA
Ofreci una magnifica actua-
cin en el pasado torneo de
Atletismo, y< aqui lo vemos lle-
nando de primero en el evento
de 5000 metros, donde rompi
el record nacional de esta dis-
tancia, acercndose a la marca
centroamericana.
7,sta noche es el
j festival bailable del
] Pacfico en el Balboa
El conocido y prestigioso Club
Deportivo Pacifico ofrece esta
noche un festival bailable en el
Jardn Balboa de 7 y 30 p.m. en
adelante.
En l programa confecclona-
dop or estos entusiastas depor-
tistas se encuentran la actua-
cin de conocidos artistas nacio-
nales y extranjeros, sorpresas,
atenciones, ambiente alegre, etc.
que harn pasar ratos muy agr
dables a los numerosos visitan-
tes que asistan esta noche al
Jardn Balboa.
HIPDROMO NACIONAL
Juan Franco
AVISO
El da 29 de Abril de 1951 se correr en este
hipdromo el "CLASICO PRESIDENTE DE LA REPU-
BLICA" en honor del Excmo. Dr. Arnulfo Arias M.,
Presidente de la Repblica, y Sra. de Aria.
La Casa-Club del Hipdromo, en ese da, ser re-
servada exclusivamente para invitados a este acto. Se
suplica a los asistentes de la Casa-Club solicitar cuanto
antes su invitacin especial para ese da en la Gerencia
del Hipdromo.
LA GERENCIA
La historia del.personaje ms
fantstico de la historia
Americana!
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NUEVO
TEATRO
Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
El cuerpo humano ae deshace del
'i de cidos y desperdicios vene-
nosos de le. sangre, por medio de loa
nueve millones de diminutos tubos o
filtros de los tiflones. SI estos venenos
de los rlflones o le vejiga, lo hacen
sufrir con levsntadas nocturnas, ner-
viosldad, dolores de piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolores de las coyunturas,
srldes o ardor en los conductos, de-
bido a la necesidad de estimulante
diurtico, pruebe Cystex.
Deshgase del cido rico y lo*
venenos con la receta medica llamada
Cyetex. que es un diurtico estimu-
lante de los rlflones y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejiga y
Mes urinarias en estado da acidez
Cyetex satlsfacsr a usted completa-
mente y se.- la medicina que usted
necesita. Pida Cyetex hoy mismo
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Cyft-;'*
Movimiento en
!as Grandes Ligas
FILADEI.LIA Abril (UP)Los
Atltlcos anotaron cuatro carre-
ras en la quinta entrada por un
doble de Eddie Jost, un sencillo
de Elmer Valo, un triple de
Paul Lehner y un Jonrn de Sab
Chapman para vencer a los
Phillies por 7 carreras a 2 en el
primer partido de exhibicin en-
tre estas novenas.
Los Phillies anotaron sus ca-
rreras por jonrones de Del En-
nis y Willie Jones.
BOSTON. Abril (UP)Los Me
das Rojas anotaron cinco ca-
rreras en la novena entrada,
para vencer a los Bravos por 12
a 8. tras haber anotado otras
cinco en la sptima jornada y
dos en la primera. El torpedero
del as Medias Rojas Lou Bou-
dreau, debut en Boston empu-
jando dos carreras con dos sen-
cillos y un doblete y el Jarrdl-
nero Luis "Canena" Mrquez hi-
zo exactamente lo mismo al de-
butar por los Bravos.
Di hbnirfores: lARDA fc CA, S.A. Ave. Justo Arosemena j Cali* 29 Panam, R. de T.
(Mr
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.S.O.P. NAPOLEON
Social Deportiva
Felicitamos a la nia Agus-
tina Gmez, hija del entusiasta
y conocido deportista de Cali-
don ia. Serafn Gmez, por su
cumpleaos que celebra hoy.
Ganaron los eventos
para damas en el
torneo de atletismo
Estas dos Jvenes se desta-
caron en el pasado torneo de
Atletismo al acaparar los pri-
meros puestos que se corrieron
en las dos pruebas para damas.
Son ellas CHARLOTTE GOO-
DING, (derecha), de 15 aos,
(anadora de los SO y 100 metros,
revelndose como una promesa
ei estas distancias; y la cono-
cida licesta ADELINA BERNAL
(izquierda), que termin de se-
cunda en ambas pruebas.
t rtf' fe""
I LO C0NCOT
ELLOS. \ ELLAS,
por ti \ por el
suave "1 / dulco
roto roce
del dolo
Filo rara
PAL \ afeitada
on lo w con
cora & PAL
ESCOJJ 1/" >. su IDEAL
ENTRE 1 STAS 4 PAL:
Do UNO y DOS filos GRUESAS
MEDIANAS y DELGADAS:
INYECTORES METLICOS
Distribuidores:
CA. CYRNOS, S. A.
PANAMA COLON
Numeroso Pblico Debe Asistir
Hoy a La Inauguracin Del Tenis
Hoy en la maana en los-courts de la Piscina Olmpica, ten-
dr lugar la inauguracin del torneo de tennis por la Copa
Spalding, evento en el cual participarn los mas destacados te-
nistas locales.
Para la apertura de este torneo se han hecho numerosas in*-1
vitaciones y se espera que una gran concurrencia asista a pre-
senciar el comienzo de dichos Juegos.
Los partidos anunciados para hoy son los siguientes:
8:15 a.m.Croslin Guardia vs. Luis Rulz.
9:15 a.m.Julio Pinllla vs. Angel Delvalle.
4:00 p.m.George Maduro vs. Cyril Tat.
Deportivo Ideal y Elks se miden"
maana en el softball de La Boca
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS.
(Liga Superior de Softball de
La Boca)
G. P. Pje,
Spur Cola............3 0 1.000
P. R. Corp.........2 0 1.000
M. Ideal ............. 2 0 1.000
Chesterfield........2 0 1.000
R. P. Rattan ........ 1 1 .500
Alumni .............. 1 2 .333
Cervecera Nal.....0 0 .000
ptica Sosa ........ 0 0 .000
Panam Stars ........ 0 0 .000
Elks.................. 0 0 .000
Juego de Hoy
Mueblera Ideal Vs Elks (S p.m.)
P. Star vs R. Rattan (4 pm.)
Resultado de Ayer
Spur Cola 7Alumni 3
La Liga Superior de Softball,
de La Boca prosigue esta tarde ;
a las 3 en punto con los juegos!
Mueblera Ideal vs Elks en el
primer partido y 15 minutos
defpues el segundo a cargo de :
Panam Stars vs Reliance Phi- |
lllplne Rattan.
En el primer partido Mueble-
ra Ideal va en pos de su tercer
triunfo para colocarse en el co-
mando con el Spur Cola, mien-
tras que sus antagonistas tra-
tarn de lograr su primera vic-
toria en la Liga.
En el segundo encuentro Pa-
nam Stars y Reliance Rattan
lucharn por entrar en la co- i
lumna de ganadores, el perde- |
dor quedar solo en la reta-
guardia.
El Juego efectuado ayer entre
Spur Cola y.Alumni fu ganado
por el primero 7 a 3 resultando)
vencedor desde la loma el lan-
zador Louis Slmms quien su*
pero a Lula Walker.
Tiene paseo maana
el Dep. Los Condes '
El Club Social Deportivo "Loj'
Condes" tendrn maana do-
mingo un paseo a Ldlce, el cual
ser animado por el Conjunto
Panabana; en el programa so
encuentra un partido de balon-
cesto entre los miembros del
Club e invitados,' y una compe-
tencla de natacin. La hora da*
la partida ser a las seis de la
maana de la Avenida "B" f
esquina de la calle 20 eate cen-
tral, i
La Tos del Asma
y Ahojsi Aliviados
En poco tiempo la nueva prsscrlpc 10"
Manoseo comiente a errcular en la
Mnire e^vfcMs> lee oo^ oraos he?
ros dI Asma y Bronquitis. Bn poce <
tiempo ee posible dormir Men respi-
rando libre y fcilmente. Menisco
debe aliviarlo, an cuando su mal sea,
anticuo porque disuelve y remueva
laa flemas y mocos que envenenaba)
su organismo, minaba au energa,!
arruinaban su salud y h hacan versal
y sentires prematuramente vlejo.i
Mendaco tiene tanto xito que di al
los pacientes respiracin libre y fclli
en 24 horas. Pida Mandase en cual-i
quler farmacia hoy miento y vea lo
bien que dormir* ata, noche y cuanto
mejor so
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