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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1951
FIVE CENTS,
*
'Mighty Mo9 Arriving Here
Saturday For Three-Day Stay
The battleship Missouri, re-
turning to the United States af-
ter more than seven months of
almost continuous combat duty,
will arrive in the Canal Zone
Saturday for a three-day visit.
The "Mighty Mo," familiar to
Isthmians through her Midship-
men Training cruises of recent
years, is returning in accordance
with a the current Navy policy
of rotating ships and personnel
.from the combat area wherever
possible.
The Missouri left Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, last August, "steaming ap-
proximately 10,000 miles, by way
of Panam, to join UN forces
just 25 days after her departure
from the East Coast. En route
Wahl Optimistic
On Defeat Of
Retroactive Clause
WASHINGTON. April 18.Be-
lief that repeal of the retro-
active feature of Income tax for
Canal Zonians is well along to-
ward fulfillment was expressed
here today by Charles F. Wahl,
just before he left to return to
the Canal Zone.
Wahl, who has been in Wash-
ington for several months as re-
presentative of the Locks Em-
ployes, is returning here May 1 [
to work with the National Me-
diation Board in Washington.,
He said he will handle railroad,
aviation and railway express
cases.
Wahl said that his confer-
ences with Rep. Jere Cooper,
acting chairman of the Ways'
and Means Committee and other
committeemen such as Carl T.I
Curtis, Daniel A. Reed, Thomas
A. Jenkins and Roy O. Woodruff
have brought promises from all I
to keep in mind this part of the I
tax bill.
she weathered a hurricane off
Cape Hatteras, a typhoon off
Panama, and another typhoon
off southern Japan.
On arrival at the scene of
action, the "Big Mo" betame the
flagship of Vice Admiral Arthur
D. Struble, who commanded the
U.S. Seventh Fleet and return-
ed with her as far as Long Beach,
California, to assume command
of the First Fleet. The ship oper-
ated with our fast carrier task
forces except when doing bomb-
ardment and fire support work
along the Korean coast
The Missouri's tremendous fire
power has been a big factor in
coastal action of the Korean
peninsula. Her nine big '16-inch
guns and twenty 5-lnchers pour-
ed more than 11,000 rounds Into
Red forces, and although she had
been at sea for 54 consecutive
days at the time, she played an
important role In the Hungnam
evacuation.
The Missouri was In the Canal
Zone on a Midshipmen cruise
at the outbreak of the Korean
war last June. At the time she
honored and was honored by
President Arias and other high
Panamanian and Canal Zone of-
ficials.
The famous Japanese Surrend-
er vessel is commanded by Cap-
tain George C. Wright.
One Used Car
With Spare Body
DETROIT, April 18 (UP)
Used car salesman Charles
Argue lost a customer today
when he opened the door of an
auto to find the body of a dead
man stretched out on the floor.
Police said the dead man was
known frequently to sleep In
parked cars.
The customer declined to buy.
Ancon Purse -Snatcher Gets
2-Year Sentence In Gamboa
With the warning that he in-
tends to do what he can to
break up the "fad" for purse-
snatching. Judge Joseph J. Han-
cock this morning sentenced
pursi-snatcher Ricaurte de Len
to two years in Gamboa peni-
tentiary.
The sentence was one of four
fcnposed during a special session
t the District Court. Attempts
are being -nade to clear up as
many as possible of the out-
standing cases before Judge Han-
cock's departure Friday for va-
cation in the United Slates.
In imposing sentence. Judge
Hancock commented that he Is
"going to break up purse-snatch-
ing if such a thing can be done.
Just two weeks ago the same
thing happened just in front of
my house on Columbia Road."
De Len, 19, Phlladelphla-born
son of a Puerto Rlcan mother
and a Panamanian father,
snatched the purse of Mrs. Jean
Smith April 2 whoe she was
crossing Tlvoli Avenue. De Len
had to struggle with he rto break
her grip on her handbag and in
the tussle she was thrown In
front of an oncoming car. 8he
was slightly injured. De Len
fled .nto Panam where he was
picked up a short time laUr. The
purse and papers It contained
Were recovered but $13 In bills
and a fountain pen have never
been found.
Other sentences Imposed today
were 18 months each __ to be
suspended for a two year period
for Manuel Adam Murillo, 36,
Colombian, and Jos Angel Die-
guez, 21, Panamanian, and im-
position of any sentence sus-
pended in the grand larceny case
of Amador Pfc Kenneth Lee
Doucet, 20.
Murillo and Dieguez admitted
stealing 134 feet of Army tele-
phone cable, worth $83. from the
Curundu military reservation the
night of March 13. They were
caught on the spot when cutting
of the cable set off an alarm at
Quarry Heights. Over 1.000 feet
of Army telephone cable has
been unearthed and stolen re-
cently, assistant District Attor-
ney R. K. Hazard told the court.
Doucet pleaded guilty to steal-
ing $660 from a friend, Carol H.
White on March 10. Part of the
money stolen was $450 which
White had received from Doucet
for purchase of a motorcycle. Of
the stolen money, $400 was re-
covered and all but $60 of the
balance repaid.
In imposing the suspended
sentence, Judge Hankock warn-
ed Doucet that violation of his
probation couk' lead to a 10-year
sentence on the grand larceny
charge.
DUE TO DOCK at Balboa's
Dock 15 at 10:30 a.m. Sat-
urday is the "Mighty Mo."
The above head-on view of
the 45,000-ton man-of-war
was taken several months
ago when she was warping
into a local dock. The Mis-
souri, abi/ird which the Jap-
anese surrender was signed
In 1945. carries a normal
complement of about 1,500
officers and men. She will
be welcomed by ranking of-
ficers of the Army, Navy
and Air Force and by the
music of Army and Air Force
bands.
Long Range Bombers
Again Will Patrol
Panam Sea Frontier
CRI8TOBAL. April 18.The
Isthmus again has long range
patrol bombers.
Late yesterdav afternoon three
of the Navy's big PBM aircraft
-commonly known as Mariners
swooped down to a watery
landing off the ramp at the
Coco Solo Naval station.
They were the first aircraft
of Navy Patrol Squadron 45,
which has been assigned to dutv
at the newlv reactivated fleet
air base. More planes are expect-
ed for the squadron which is un-
der the command of Commander
T. G. White. Jr.
As soon as the big bombers-
similar to those stationed at
Coco Solo during the latter 1940's
had landed they were drawn
uo onto the ramps while sailors
played hoses of fresh water over
them to wash off the the salt
spray.
There was a light side to the
arrival of the planes, too.
Members of Fleet Air Service
Squadron 105 "knew the planes
were coming so thev baked a
cake." something which turns
out to be an old Naval aviation
custom. This calls for presenta-
tion f a cake to a Navy pllut
on successful completion of his
100th or 1,000th landingNavy
sources were not quite sure
which.
The ornamental Icing on the
big cake said, in big letters:
"FAS-105 Welcomes VP-45 to
Coco Solo."
The PBM bombers are the
first Naval aircraft to be sta-
tioned on the Isthmus since
January, 1950.
Almirante Death
Believed Caused
By Yellow Fever
The Panama health office
confirmed todav that the death
In Almirante hospital on April
14. of Rene Ramirez, 28-year-old
Costa Rlcan was suspected of
being caused bv yellow fever. A
commission Is being sent to the
Atlantic Coast town to check
laboratory tests.
Information reaching the Pa-
nama American from other
sources said that Ramirez was a
member of a road gang that had
been at work near Almirante.
It Is also reported that an-
other member of the road gang
Is ill with a disease which dis-
plays some of the symptoms of
yellow fever.
Balboa Tides
Thursday, April 19, 1951
High Low
1:40 am..............7:58 a.m.
1:59 p.m..............8:26 p.m.
Congress Pledges All-Ou!
Probe Of M'Arthur Firing
Hope Fades For British Sub
Crew As Wide Search Fails
PORTSMOUTH, England, April
18 (UP) Two rings of war-
ships criss-crossed the floor of
the English channel with gear
today In a grim search for the
Royal Navy submarine Affray
but fear mounted that none of
the crew of 75 would be saved.
The Affray Is not yet located.
There was only silence after
first reports that a supersonic
telegraphy signal and a faint
tapping were heard by other
subs 35 miles southwest of the
Isle of Wight, where the Affray
dived Mondav night.
An international flotilla which
formed a five mile circle above
the area broke Into two separate
circles, searching the bottom
with Asdic equipment which
notes objects below.
Other ships however are
searching as much as 100 miles
away.
The Royal Navy conceded It
Is uncertain that even the gen-
eral area where the Affray went
down has been located.
Sisters subs, with engines cut
out, silently drifted to the
depths trying to pick up the
sound of manual tapping from
the Affray's hull. This can be
heard only a few hundred yards
away.
A communique issued by Sir
House Group Poll
Opposes China War,
Mainland Invasion
WASHINGTON, April 18. (UP)
A majority of House Foreign
Affairs committee members Is
opposed to a United States de-
claration of war on Red China
or to using American troops to
Invade the Chinese mainland.
A poll of 14 of the 27 com-
mittee* members today, covering
eight Democrats and six Re-
publicans, showed all 14 to be
opposed to both propositions.
The 14 were split about even-
ly on whether or not Red China
should be bombed, and whether
Chiang Kai-shek should be pro-
vided with supplies for invad-
ing the mainland from For-
mosa.
Arthur Pound, commander of
the Portsmouth naval base and
director of the rescue operation,
said:
"In spite of continuous search
no survivors have been sighted.
"There is increasing evidence
that the search is being carried
out In the correct place.
"The fact that the submarine
has been submerged such a long
time reduces prospects of suc-
cess."
The tapping believed to be
from the Affray ceased early to-
day. The trapped men Ignored a
signal to escape through the
emergency hatches with their
breathing apparatus.
Naval authorities are puzzled
by the Affray's failure to release
the. usual red and yellow marker
to the surface to fix Its position,
or to release smoke signals and
dye markers It has available.
Among the search ships are
the United States destroyers
Perry and H. J. Ellison.
San Francisco Delirious'
In MacArthur Welcome
By
Officer Promotions
Hundreds Follow
New Army Policy
A recent Army change In po-
licy Is expected to result In "hun-
dreds" of temporary promotions
to captain, major, lieutenant
colonel and colonel which other-
wise would not have been likely, I
says an announcement received I
by the U.S. Army Caribbean.
The new method of selection
will give more weight to tempo-1
rary date of rank, and utilize
more fully the principle of seT
lectlng those "best qualified" In-
stead of those "fully qualified."
The result will be to place more
names before selection boards for
consideration and to widen
"zones of promotion."
The new policy also will per-
mit boards to select officers out-
side the promotion zone directly
under consideration, upto a limit
of five per cent of the total pro-
moted In any grade, enabling the
boards to "recognize competence
wherever found."
Promotion of certain "out-
standing" second lieutenants
with nine months in grade will
be authorized, though the nor-
mal period of 18 months In grade
will remain In effect for second
lieutenants otherwise.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 18
(UP) General Douglas Mac-
Arthur, home again after 14
years that changed world his-
tory, got a hero's tumultuous
welcome from this delirious city.
The first United States city to
welcome MacArthur back to his
native country went beside it-
self with excitement and enthu-
siasm.
It was the greatest day for the
City since Japan surrendered.
Smiling broadly MacArthur
said: "I have never seen any-
thing like this. It Is overwhelm-
ing. It is perfect It would
look perfect even If I hadn't
been away 14 years."
MacArthur had asked that
there be no formal welcome ce-
remonies when he flew in from
Honolulu last night, but 15,000
people were at the airport to
give him an Informal ovation.
Uncounted thousands lin-
ed the highway from the
airport into San Francisco,
and another 70,000 were in
Union Square before the St.
Francis Hotel, where the
MacArthur part' is staying.
After inspecting the honor
guard at the airport MacArthur
said In a clear, calm voice: "I
can't tell you how good It is to
be home.
"For long dreary years Mrs.
MacArthur and myself have
talked and talked about this
time. It has come.
"We are touched by the evi-
dence of marvellous hospitality
this city has shown us. Thanks
for not forgetting us."
Today MacArthur is to ride
through downtown San Francis-
co to City Hall. The mayor has
proclaimed it "General Douglas
MacArthur Day."
This afternoon he will fly to
Washington. His takeoff is ten-
tatively scheduled for noon (3
p.m. Panama time).
Cities and towns across the
nation were set to cut loose with
when MacArthur set foot on U.S.
soU.
Community after community
proclaimed yesterday or today
"MacArthur Day" In one of the
greatest mass welcomes ever ac-
corded a native son.
In most places the landing of
MacArthur'* plane at San Fran-
cisco was the signal for church
bells to peal, factory whistles to
blow and auto horns to toot.
Major cities vied for the hon-
or of playing the biggest host to
the war hero.
Washington prepared for Mac-
Arthur's address to a joint ses-
sion of congress tomorrow and
New York promised the biggest
ticker-tape parade in history
Friday.
An estimated 5,000,000 persons,
more than half New York's pop-
ulation, are expected to turn
out for a triumphal procession
through Manhattan's skyscraper
canyons.
The expected turnout would
be 1,000,000 more than the
throng that welcomed Gen.
Dwlght D. Elsenhower back
from Europe In 1945 general-
ly recognized as the city's big-
gest previous blowout.
Army Will Hold
May Draft Call
To 40,000 Men
WASHINGTON, April 18, (UP)
The Army announced today
that It would hold the May drait
call to 40,000, a reduction of 20,-
000 and explained that the cut
from the 60,000 originally plan-
ned was because of a continued
Increase In enlistments and iew-
a"'new year's'eve" blast of noise er casualties In Korea._________
WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP) Democratic leaders
today pledged an all out Senate investigation of General
Douglas MacArthur's dismissal.
Republicans are prepared to see this is done.
Not since war days have Washington officials been
so tense and taut as they are awaiting MacArthur's ar-
rival from San Francisco late tonight or before daybreak
tomorrow, and his address before Congress at 12:30 p.m.
tomorrow.
As the "Hero of Bataan" re-
turned to his native soil for the
first time In 14 years, the Sen-
ate unanimously Joined the
House In inviting MacArthur to
air his Far Eastern policy views
before a historic meeting of the
House and Senate In the House
chamber.
But Democratic leaders head-
ed off a demand by Sen. Homer
E. Ferguson, Mich., and other
Republicans for a "complete"
Investigation patterned after
the famed 1945 Pearl Harbor In-
quiry.
Major Withdrawal
Of Reds Reported
From Front Lines
TOKYO, April 18 (UP) Pow-
erful Allied tank task forces ram-
paged forward up to nine miles
today in pursuit of the Red
Chinese armies which front line
dispatches said were In major
withdrawal.
Though an 8th Army com-
munique said cautiously that "a
limited Red withdrawal was in-
dicated" the tank task forces
found little or no resistance from
the Red troops pulling back to-
wards their threatened central
front Iron Triangle.
The Hwachon resevolr dam, on
the East Central front, was no
man's land. Red machlneguns
covered It and drove back two
Allied patrols.
The Allies have pushed their
front as much as 10 miles inside
North Korea on a 65 mile front
from the Imjln River in the West
to the highway above Inje in the
east.
On the east coast South Ko-
rean forces were last reported 26
miles north of the frontier.
Behind the tank task forces
troops of several nations slowly
advanced their lines against lit-
tle opposition.
Only In the mountains below
Kumhwa did they run into a
fight. They called In an air
strike, and hill hopping pilots
bowled tanks of napalm down
the slopes as the defending Red
battalion withdrew.
It is difficult to analyze the
Reds' movements or spot their
locations because of their skill
in night operations and camou-
flage.
They are believed to be pulling
back to another defense line
closer to Chorwon, western an-
chor of the Chorwon-Pyongyang-
Kumhwa Iron Triangle.
la reply to GOP complaints,
chairman Richard B. Russell, D.,
Ga., said the Senate Foreign Re-
lations committee will Join hi
Senate Armed Services Commit-
tee in an inquiry into the "cir-
cumstances surrounding" Mae-
Arthur's dismissal and the mili-
tary diplomatic developments
affecting it.
The Administration strategy,
aimed at bolstering the Presi-
dent Harry 8. Truman's "case
against MacArthur," means the
Democrats will have at least no-
minal control of the investiga-
tion through their larger mem-
bership on the two committees.
Under the Republican pn>
posal, the special committee
would have selected its own
chairman and, the Demcrata
merely would have been inves-
tigating partners with GOP
members.
Russell told newsmen it '
MacArthur desires to testify
early next week, he will be
the lead-off witness. If not,
Defense Secretary George C
Marshall will testify first.
The Congressional squabble
came amid these other develop-
ments in the "Great MacArthur
Debate:"
1) Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, said in Chicago that any
move to enlarge the scope of?
the Korean War might plunge
the nation into World War DX
2) Republican Senators Ken-
neth S. Wherry, Neb., and Wil-
liam F. Knowland. Calif.. fired
back that Adm 1 nl a t r a 11 on
spokesmen should keep quiet
until MacArthur tells his story.
3) Chairman Carl Vinson, D.,
Ga., of the House Armed Sex-
vices Committee, said MacAr-
thur's Far Eastern plans would
have played into Russia's hands
by Involving the United States
in a full-scale war.
4) Mr. Truman cancelled a
speech before the American So-
ciety of Newspaper Editora
which had been scheduled for 2
p.m. tomorrow. He said that was
MacArthur's "day" in the na-
tion's capital and he die no
want to "detract" from it.
5) Some Republican Senators
urged their colleagues not to g*
all-out for MacArthur's side lra
the angry controversy before
getting all the facts. Sen. George
P. Alken, R., Vt., said there waa
a feeling that "we shouldn't a*
off half-cocked."
6) Sen. Robert S. Kerr, D-,
Okla., accused Republicans of
becoming a "war party" through
what he called an attempt to
make "political capital" out of
the tense world situation. ____
Red Tide Kills Fish As Mysterious
Marine Life 'Blooms in Panama Bay
Reserve Group Dines
Tomorrow Night
Now and again a mysterious red tide laps the shores of the
Canal Zone and Panama.
It does not stem from the Kremlin, and it has no connection
with the Alabama football team.
The red tide is sea-water of peculiar content. Big streaks and
splotches of the brownish-red tide sometimes break on the
beaches, or nuzzle the pleasure craft and fishing vessels at their
moorings in the Canal mouth and off the Panam City piers.
It has been noted as far East as Pacora.
Beach guards, yachtsmen and fishermen first observed the
red tide about a month ago. Several blue-water sailors remem-
bered they bad seen something similarbut not so much of It
in other years.
Swimmers who did not mlud to be hauled to the Incinerator,
the heavy smell of marine life Most of the fish were from six to
the slick feeling of the red water, eight Inches long. There were
and the heavy tan foam drifting many blue fish and one porpoise
around on top. took their crawls among the casualties. It was
A special meeting of all Re-
serve Officers on the Pacific
Side has been called for to-
morrow at 7 p.m. Arrangements
have been made for a dinner-
meeting at the Army and Navy
Club. Fort Amador, by the Capt.
Leo A. Mclntlre Chapter, the
Pacific Air Force anr the new-
ly organized Pacific Naval
Chapters.
and back-strokes as usual at Ft.
Amador Beach.
"Come on In," they shouted to
each other, "for your plankton
plunge."
And then, at Ft. Kobbe beach
one morning late In March, the
receding tide left the sands lit-
erally paved with thousands cf
dead fish. The post surgeon, Cap-
tain J. Chrlstianson of the 33rd
Infantry's medical company, had
a sanitation problem. Garbage-
can after garbage-can filled with
dead fish, shrimp and such, had
hardly necessary to close the
beach to swimmers, but this was
done.
It took the sanitation squad e-
bout four days to clean up tnc
worst of the mess. By that time,
Captain Chrlstianson and tils
staff were deep into a marine sur-
vey, collaborating with Colonel
Norman W. Elton of the Panama
Canal's Board of Health Labora-
tory.
Sgt. 1st Class Pardon C. Phil-
lips, of the medical company, was
detailed as a kind of roving dt-
tectlve to help discover what's
been going on with 'he marine
life in Panama Bay. Samples
we.e taken off Balboa Yacnt
Club and elsewhere, but as no
fish were killed at Farfan or Ft.
Amador, these beaches were not
closed.
Colonel Elton confesses that he
and his staff are still far from
being able to explain fully about
the red tide, except to say It Is
associated with the abundance of
two or three species of "dlno-
flagellates."
It does not seem to be toxic to
swimmers, but it Is considered in-
advisable to eat fish caught in
such red waters. Fish from other
parts of the waters are not af-
fected in any way.
After about a week, the red tide
moved from Ft. Kobbe beach, but
an analysis of the water sii.l
shows too high a bacteria content
to permit swimming there. Light
cuu-type planes from the po3t
are making observation flights
to study the "tide.
tntiflc Monthly," for February
1949.
Pronounced discoloration og
water caused by swarming of sas
BULLETIN
i
yesterday a small Army spet- !
ting plane with a medical
corpsman aboard went up set ,
hunt down the red tide in Pan-
ama Bay and plot Its move- :
ments. About a half-mile off ,
the canal mouth a large "blot"
of red water showed up from ,
the plane "like red ink spiUed .
on green paper." The Army
also sent out a boat to take a
sample of the plankton-filled ;
water which came inshore at
Venado Beach later. Streaks of
the "dyed" water were seen ex-
tending Inshore toward Far
Fan Beach.___________________
croscoplc organisms is referred to
as "blooming." When this occur
in freshwater ponds and reser-
voirs used for drinking water it
produces an oily flavor, caused by,
the presence of diatoms, flagel-
Colonel Elton has also abstract- lates and green and blue-green
ed for The Panama American the algae, which are quite nannies
following data from an article on organisms, but offensive to aes-
"The Mystery of the Red Tide." thetlc senses,
by Paul S. Galtsoff In "The Sci- (Continued on Page CeL )


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1951
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FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" .....Sails Cristbal. April 23rd
S.S. "SANTA LUISA' ............Sails Cristbal, April 30th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ..........Due Balboa, April 18th
8.8. "SANTA LEONOR" ...........Due Balboa, April 23rd
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "SQUARE SINNET" .......Sail* Cristbal, April 21st
Balboa Only.
PAJNAMA AGENCIES, CO
Cristbal 2144 213S Panam 2-0358 055? Balboa 150? 213
TRAI\Sr\TLAIMTIQLE
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EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limitad Number of Pa*ng*r BerthI
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TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE: SS. Velognes ........................................... April 23
TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST USA.: M.S. Washington ...................................... April 26
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH A LE HAVRE: Aoril 25

Cristobal: FRENCH LINE, P.O Boa MIS Tel. S-24TI at 111!
Panam: UNDO Y MADURO. S A Boa 1031
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Last month THE PANAMA
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classified ads as compared
to 2034 in all other daily
papers in Panam com-
bined !
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Through Flight
First steps in panagra's plan
for a through flight from Soufh
America to New York have been
approved tentatively by the Civil
Aeronautics Board. Under the
present plan, Panagra crews
would fly the airline's planes
from Miami to New York, over
National Airlines' routes. Other
airlines now have 30 days In
which to file briefs for or against
the agreement.
Local airlines men estimated
that It would be one to two
months, after final approval, be-
fore the associated companies
Panagra and National can de-
termine questions of equipment
and schedules over the Miami-
New York routes.
As It Is now planned, a passen-
ger lor New York from Panama,
or from any other point south on
Panagra routes, could board a
plane here, or at his point of ori-
gin, and go directly to Washing-
ton or New York without a plane
change.
Grace Liner
The Grace Line's Santa Maria
Is due in Cristobal this afternon,
en route from New York to Val-
paraiso. Pasengers aboard In-
clude Gen. Walton OJeda, Chil-
ean military attache In Wash-
ington, his wife and their three
children.
Panama Passengers
United States District Judge
Joseph J. Hancock is one of the
passengers scheduled to leave the
Isthmus Friday on the 8.8. Pana-
ma according to the advance
passenger list from the Panama
Line offices at Balboa Height3.
A total of 127 passengers will
sail on the Panama. The com-
plete advance passenger list fol-
lows:
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Allen
and son; Mrs. Ann Andrews; Mrs.
Rita C. Avila and son; Mrs. Oeo.
Bateman; Mrs. Ruth C. Bath-
mann; Frank L. Benson; Mr. and
Mrs. Leopold Blattmacher; Miss
Marion L. Boyer; Mr. and Mrs.
Philip E. Briscoe and daughter;
Harry B. Brooks; John M. Brown
and Mrs. Alice M. Buckley.
Ralph A. Callahan; Mr. and
Mrs Arthur J. B. Cartler; Mrs.
Nancy B. Casswell; Mr. and Mrs.
8taclo 8. Clrino; Mrs. Christine
B. Cooney; Harris T. Cushlng;
Mrs. Lillian Delaney; Mr. and
Mrs. MarkJ. Devaney; Sgt. Ro-
land J. Dlette; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Franklin Dorsey; Mrs. Bertha C.
Dyer and Miss Nancy L. Dyer.
Allen Epstein; Mrs. Lillian F.
Farr;. Mr. and Mrs. Allen R.
Fllnn; Sgt. and Mrs. James E.
Golden; Dr. and Mrs. William I!.
Grant; Mrs. Gladys L. Gmy;
Mrs. Brunilda E. Guillen; Mrs.
Fannie Hall; Judge and Mrs. Jo-
seph Hancock and Miss Ruth
Harkavy.
Mr. and Mrs. Garth B. Jones
and son; Mrs. Elizabeth J. Ken-
dall and son; Mr. and Mrs. Barry
H. Kenealy and two children;
Mrs. Wilma Kennerd; Mr. and
Mrs Dean E. LltUe and daugh-
ter; Mrs. Beulah B. Little; Will-
iam L. Lloyd; Mrs. Gabrlella R.
Lopp; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Loy-
er; Mr. and Mrs. CharlesH. Mc-
CoDum and three children; Mrs.
Barbara Mclnnns; Dr. James Mc-
Kelrer; Mrs. Clara Melslnger and
Francis X. Moser.
Miss Mildred M. Neely; Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Nolan and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert G. Peterson; Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Phillips and two chil-
dren; Edward Prendergast; Will-
iam MtK. Ramsey; Mrs. Mary I.
Rawllns; Mr. and Mrs. Leo A.
Ronan and Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Sanders and four children;
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sines;
John C. 8tetson; Archdeacon
John H. Townsend; Mr. and Mrj.
William W. Wallor; Mrs. Evelyn |
F. Ward; Walter W. Ashburn;
Mrs. Rita M. Webster; Mr. Gui-
llermo Arlas T. and child; Juan
R. Arias T., Mrs. Maria G. dc
Arias; Miss Alba Bernini; Mrs.
Sabina A. Castillo; and Mrs. Sa-
rah A. Crane and son-
Mrs. Viola V. Johnson; Law-
rence Maduro; Miss Magdalena
Molino; Miss Carlota Molino;
Carlos M. Pacheco; Miss Mana E.
Pacheco; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
P. Sullivan; Mrs. Mary Jane
Verner and Albert L. Meggers
and two children.
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Mrs. Roosevelt
Nominates lv.al.ck
To Head UNHRC
GENEVA, Switzerland. April 13
(UP i Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
withdrew today after five years
as chairman of the United Na-
tions Human Rights Commission.
Mrs. Roosevelt said she doesn't
think the commission should
have the same chairman for
"such a long time." Dr. Charles
Malik, whom Mrs. Roosevelt no-
minated, was unanimously elect-
ed her successor.
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When yqu are defending a-
galnst and undoubled contract,
your first objective Is to defeat
that contract. If you can set
contract more than one trick, o
much the better, but don't take
any chances in trying for an ex-
tra defensive trick.
This advice Is based on simple
arithmetic. The value of a game,
Including the trick score. Is about
500 points. The value of an ex-
tra defensive trick la either 50 or
100 points when the contract is
undoubled. At best, therefore, a
risky play stands to gain 100
points (sin^ the contract, we
assume, was sure to be beaten)
together with the 500 points that
the enemy wins If he makes his
game. In other words. It Is 100
points against 000 points.
In the hand shown today, the
odds were all against West's
play.
East's Jump to three diamonds
was bold, but it worked. The best
North-South contract was three
no-trump, which no defense
could beat. East's jump to three
diamonds crowded South and
steered the opponents Into a con-
tract which should have been set.
West properly opened his sin-
gleton diamond, and East won
with the king. South dropped the
jack, hoping for some sort of mir-
acle.
East naturally considered it
quite possible that South had no
more diamonds, so he laid down
the ace of hearts as a request for
Information. West would have
dropped a high heart If he had
held the last diamond; but since
he held no more diamonds, ho
played the discouraging deuce of
hearts.
East obeyed orders by cashing
the ace of diamonds, the third
defensive trick. On this card,
West carelessly discarded the
lour of hearts.
By this method of play, West
Indicated, that he did not want
his partner to lead hearts. Est
had to assume that his partner
had good trumps and wanted a
diamond continuation. For exam-
ple, his partner might have had
the king of spades instead of the
king of heartsin which case a
diamond continuation would set
the contract.
When East led the third dia-
mond, South ruffed with the
king of spades. He then drew
trumps and discarded the re-
maining/ hearts on dummy's
clubs, making the contract.
West hiumbled something about
being Sure the contract was stt
and hoping to murder it. This was
a very ^oor excuse.
It was .correct for West to pl-iy
the deuce of hearts on his part-
ner's ace. because he wanted his
partner to lead the other top dia-
mond. But when the ace of dia-
monds washed. West should have
'uffed ltKHe would then be in
position" to cash the king of
hearts for the setting trick. Ac-
tually. he would then lead an>-
i other heart and hli partner would
ruff, thus setting the contract
i two tricks.
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL It. 1951
THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAII.T NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
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Nine 'Missing Notables Face
Arrest In Filmland Red Probe
BY HERBERT FOSTER
WASHINGTON, April II.
House Investigators threatened
today to arrest nine "missing''
Hollywood witnesses as three
more film and radio figures re-
fused to answer questions about
alleged Communist affiliations.
Radio Writer 8am Moore, who
once wrote "The Great Qllder-
aleeve," was Joined by Movie Ac-
tress Ann Revere and Screen
Writer Harold Buchman In re-
fuslo: to tell the House un-Ame-
rican Activities committee whe-
ther they are or ever have been
Communist Party members.
All three based their refusal to
answer questions on their consti-
tutional right to avoid tate-
men ts that might subject them to
federal prosecution. The commit-
tee, however, said It had the
numbers of Communist Parry
cards issued to each of them in
Hollywood in 1948.
The committee made public
names of nine witnesses on whom
It has been unable to serve sub-
poenas and Chairman John 8.
Wood D.. Ga.. said the group may
ask the House to Issue "arrest
warrants" for them.
This technique, used succes-
fully bv the Sene'e *1 ""*?"
reluctant witnesses In its crime
inquiry, would have ihe n. u
making the witnesses fugitives
from Justice.
Three of the nine missing wit-
nesses have been identified in !*)
cent committee testimony as for-
mer Communists. They are Ac-
tress Karen Morley and Writers
Michael Uris and Leonardo Ber-
covlci.
The others, accused by a com-
mittee investigator of deliberate-
ly avoiding subpenas. are Radio
Writer Georgia Backus Alexan-
der Free Lance 8creen Writer
Fred Rlnaldo. Unemployed Scresn
Writer Hugo Butler. Director Jack
AIR
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wh.r 100.000 kl Mt
Presents
Today, Wednesday, Apr. 11
P.M.
3:30Music For Wednes
4:00Music Without Wr<
4:15FRENCH IN THE
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6 00MANDRAKE THE MAGI-
CIAN
6:15 Evening Salon
700Songs of France (RDF)
7:15EDDY ARNOLD SHOW
(TD)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS AND SPORTS
(VOAi
8:15Short Stories Theater
(VOA)
8:30-CROSS COUNTRY USA
(VOA)
8:45American Journal (VOA)
9.00COMMENTATOR'S DI-
GEST (VOA)
8:15The Jo Stafford Show
(VOA)
46 Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
10:30Les Brown
10:45American Favorites
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
?errv. Lew Solomon and Edward
Huebsch.
Wood said the question of ar-
ret warrants will be considered at
a committee meeting later this
week but tNc issue could not
come before the House before
next week.
Wood also aaid that Budd
Schulberg, author of the beat-
selling novel "The Disenchant-
ed," will "undoubtedly be sub-
poenaed" to testify. Schulberg.
a movie writer, was named as a
one-time Communist in testi-
mony last week.
The committee recessed Its
hearings for a week after failing
to get any Information about al-
leged Communism in the enter-
tainment world from today's wit-
ness^.
Miss Revere, wearing a tight-
fitting dark blue and white polica
dot dress with gloves to match,
Insisted the Communist Party is
a legal political party and anv
question regarding politics of lf-
llglon "subverts the constitution."
Asked whether she held Patty
card number 47348 for 1945 and
46937 for 1944. she requested to
see the cards.
But she refused to reply wnen
jsked if she recognized them.
Moore, who said he wrote tne
radio show "The Great Gilder-
sleeve" until 1947. was the first
person primarily from the radio
industry to appear at the present
hearings.
He refused to say whether he
held Communist Party card 47288
for 1945 and balked at the com-
mittee's questions concerning the
Hollywood Writers' Mobilization.
a wartime organization sponsored
by the Screen Writers' Guild. |
The mobilization has been cited
as subversive by the U.S. attorney
general.
Buchman. a Beverly Hills, Cul,
resident who described himself as
an unemployed screen writer, re-
fused to say whether he held I
.on.mun.st Party card 47174 ^^^^^^^^i
the board of directors of the
Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey) told newsmen yesterday
at the Hotel El Panama.
Hewetson and 48 others Stand-
ard officials are attending the
general management meeting of
ksso Latin American affiliates
presently being held at the ho-
tel, which all of them agreed
is 'one of the finest hotels any-
where."
Hewetson and the other Esso
chiefs were lavish in praise of
Standard Oil Officials Term
Panama Ideal9 For Meeting
Tomorrow, Thursday, Apr. IS
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears Presents
9:00NEWS
9:15SACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:15Off the Record
11:00NBW8
11:05Off the Record (Cont'd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
PJW.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Excursions In Science
2:00Call From Les Paul
2:15Date For Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodic*
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00'American Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music For Thursday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00STORY TIME Panamt-
sica)
7:00SPIRIT OF THE VDCING8
i:15Radio University (VOA)
8:00News (VOA)
8:15Cross Country USA (VOA)
8:45Fun With Music (VOAi
9:00Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
9:30Radio Amateur Program
(VOA)
9:45Sports Review Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00Take It From Here (BBC)
10:00Take It From Here (BBC)
10:30Fred Waring
11:00Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Explanation of Syaiboh
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broad casting
Corp.
RDFRadiodlffuiioo Francalse
1945.
CZ Art League's
Fantastic Fiesta
Offers Prizes
The Fantastic Fiesta the se-
cond Beaux Arts Ball to be held
in the Canal Zone under the di-
rection of the Canal Zone Art
League will take place Satur-
day evening May 5 at the.Ho.ol. Jh'^ hotel? one of "toe" contribute
Tivoll. ing factors t making Panama.
. ,, ,_ ,. "crossroads of the world," Ideal
Artists are busily planning the for tne conference.
decirations which will stlmulcue I Host to the conference dele-
the lmaglntion and create the: gates ls s gcollay Moore, pres-
illuslon of fantasy. The commit-,ldent and general manager of
tee in charge of this phenomena Esso standard Oil (Central
is comprised of Mr. and Mrs. F. America, which has headquart-
t Johnson, Mrs. Irene Pauldln};, ers on lhe isthmus.
The fourth conference meet-
ing was scheduled for today and
Mrs J. A. Karsh. Miss Lois-Mor -
gan Miss Mary Patton, Robert
Dwelleand Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Saphir.
AT ESSO PRESS CONFERENCE Newspaper men, and la-
dles, met with Standard Oil Company officials yesterday at
the Hotel El Panama. The above Informal shot was snapped
after the news powwow. From left, Olive Brooks of The Pa-
nama American, Luis Carlos Noll of the Star and Herald, and
top oil company officials Hewetson and Lamont.
Panama ls the Weal place for return to their far-Hung posts.
Hewetson said nothing speci-
fic was being undertaken at the
conference.
"A meeting of this type, where
all our managers can get toge-
ther," pointed out, "enables us
better to meet the existing prob-
lems o the company."
Among the "problems" he
stressed that the demand for
petroleum products had reached
unprecedented proportions but,
he added, "the industry Is do-
ing everything possible to meet
the need."
Hewetson said, in answer to
newsmen's questjpn, that the
war in Korea, or burse, had
much to do with the unusual
demand for petroleum products
but he said also that the grow-
ing Industrial activity In Latin
America was an important con-
tributing factor.
Other high officials at the
conference press meeting yester-
day were, in addition to Moore,
P. T. Lamont, coordinator of
four more are listed before the marketing for Standard Oil of
Those planning to get the mo.-t delegates pack up on Friday and
enjoyment out of this ball are | "
urged to keep in the spirit of the
fiesta and create the unusual, iftfl
original and the artistic in the
way of a costume or formal.
Prizes will be offered to the two
oest costumes worn by a man
and a woman. There will also be
two door prizes, a spot dance, e
sea-shell lotteryand for those
who have always wanted to paint,
a foolish painting contest.
All prizes will be oils or water
colors bv members of the Canal
Zone Art League from both the i pril 1952.
Atlantic and Pacific sides. The
paintings are not fantastic but | Rotaran Tomas Arias of the
local in atmosphere, drawn by lot David Rotary (
from those that have been exnio-
ited.
Central American
Rotarians To Convene
In Panama In 1952
The next annual convention
of the 559th Rotary District,
which Includes all the Count-
1 ries of Central America and the
Republic of Panama, will be held
in the Republic of Fanama In A-
New Jersey, F. H. Blllups, co-
ordinator for the Western
hemisphere, and 8tanley C.
Hope, president of Esso Stand-
ard In the U. S.
ACOBYqn
CANASTA
By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
One Important thing to re-
member about Canasta ls that
Santa Claus comes only once a
year. The rest of the time you
have to watch out for yourself.
If you have a bad band, vou
must exnect to lose some points.
The realistic player grits his
teeth, takes a mild licking, and
gets on to the next hand. The
wishy-washy player keeps put-
ting off the evil day. lives from
moment to moment, and ends up
by taking a real drubbing.
For example, suppose vou have
a canasta of eights and one or
two small melds on the table.
The opponents have put down
six natural aueens. together with
five lacks and a Joker. You hold
queen-Jack-eight after drawing
a card from the stock pile. What
should you discard?
If you hear a gentleman in a
red suit and a long white beard
coming down the chimney to
help vou out of your trouble, It's
all right to discard the eight.
Good old Santa Claus will then
see that you keep drawing one
safe discard after another until
the hand ends. Make no mistake
about It. that's exactly what vou
need. With two useless and dan-
gerous cards in your hand, vou
will never meld out yourself: the
best you can hope for ls to avoid
disaster until somebody else
melds out and" thus takes you
out of vour misery.
As for myself, when mv sons
were very voung I learned Just
who Santa Claus ls. 80 I wouldn't
dream of discarding the eight in
a situation of this kind. I throw
the Jack and let the opponents
have a mixed canasta. I don't
like it. of course, but everybody
Is bound to get a certain num-
..... of hands that he doesn't
like.
The advantage of throwing
the Jack ls that the end of the
agony is in sight. As soon as I
draw anv meldable card I can
go right out. I don't have to de-
pend on anybody else to meld
out. I don't have to break out
in a cold sweat with each draw
that I make from the stock pile
I've taken mv mild licking, and
I can probably get out safely In
a short time.

QAt the end of a hand that
was won bv our opponents, my
partner and I had melded prac-
tically nothing and were there-
fore minus for the hand. After
our minus had been subtracted
we went forward with a score
of plus 1520 points. We felt that
we were entitled to make the
Initial meld on the next hand
with onlv 15 points because we
had Just been minus. Our op-
ponents said we needed 90 points.
Who was right?
AThe opponents were right.
You can make the first meld
with 15 points only when you go
forward with a score or less than
zero. In this case, even though
vou were minus on a particular
hand, vour total score was still
plus. The total score is what
counts, and since that score was
between 1500 and 3000 poinl
points you needed a first meld
of 91 points.
4th of July Fund
On Atlantic Side
Rises To $279
With only a few of the many
places heardfrom, the fund for
the Atlantic Side 4th of July Ce-
lebration has reached the $279.33
mark. With a minimum of $1000
needed for a successful celebra-
tion it can readily be seen the enu
ls a long way off.
The contributors to date and
amounts are:
Carried over from 1950 celebra-
tion, $63.53.
Ruoff Dance Recital, $146.20
Goulds Insurance 9gency, $3.00.
Treasurer's office, Cristobal,
$1100.
Receiving and Forwarding A-
ency. partial, $17.50.
Post Office, Cristobal, $15.00
Customs Office, Cristobal, $23 -
00
It ls requested that those wish-
ing to contribute do so at once
as the fireworks have to be or
dered ahead o'f time in order to
be sure they will be her? by the
fourth.
The fireworks last year cost
$475.00, and it Is hoped to have as
good a display this year. Those
wishing to contribute are urgid
to get in touch with Dr. Henry J.
Keane, 31381, or Herbert Enje'.-
ke. 301801, co-chairman of the
committee, or Michael F. Greene,
3-2508, Treasurer.
The 4th of July Committee re-
ceive? no money from anv fund
such as the community Chest.
CIO Group Lists
Pueblo Nuevo Meet
Local 900 of The Government
and Civic Employes Organizing
CommitteeCIO In its program
of organizing the Civilian and
Local Rate employes of the Arm-
ed services and the Panama Ca-
nal Railroad Organization will
hold a special meeting at the
Pueblo Nuevo Progressive Socletv
Hall No. 4178 beginning at 7:30
D. m. Friday.
All residents of Pueblo Nuevo
and nearby districts employed by
the Armed Services and Panama
Canal Civilian and Local Rate
Rolls are especially urged to at-
tend this meeting as matters of
vital Importance will be dis-
cussed.
The objectives of Local 900
OCEOC-CIO are the promotion
of a better management em-
ployes relation, better living and
working condition and active
participation of each for the
benefit of the majority. It is
the responsibility of each Local
Rate & Civilian Employe to ac-
tively participate In this pro-
gram. The OCEOS-CIO la mak-
ing all etforts to Institute on
their behalf the fulfilment of
each employe's cherished real-
ization.
Tables may be reserved by
phoning Mrs. Saphir 273-229!.
Tickets may be obtained from
any member of the committee or
any member of the Art League.
This Beaux Arts Ball was orig-
inated last year to establish an
art scholarship fund for any gra-
duate of the Canal Zone schools
who ls planning to study art 11
the United States. The proceeds
from this year's Ball will be ft.r
the same purpose.
Diablo Camera Club's
Nature Study Show
Set For Thursday
Governor for the fiscal year
1951-1952, and he will be special
guest of the Panama Rotary
Club at its meeting at tomorrow
at 12:15.
At this meeting, decision will
be made as to which city In the
Republic of Panama will be hosts
to the 1952 convention.
The last convention In the Re-
public of Panama was held in
Panama City, invitations have
been extended by the cities of
David. Colon, Cristobal, and
Panama for the next convention.
Guests of Honor at the Rotary
Club Meeting on tomorrow will
be Dr. J. W. Broullete. Head of
the Extension Division, Louisia-
na State University, and Dr. G.
F. Mathis. Professor and Head of
Mechanical Engineering Depart-
ment of the same University,
both of whom are Rotarians.
Puerto Rican Soldier
The Diablo Camera Club will
meet at its building on Hains!
Street, Diablo Hieghts, at 8 p.m. | __... ^,
Thursday. The subject for color; Ki led In Jeep Crash
slide competition by the mem-
bers will be "Nature Studies."
Colonel G. K. Withers will pre-
sent slides and a talk entitled
"Foreign Views." Colonel With-
ers has been stationed In the
Philippines and Europe, and his
program promises to be Inter-
esting and educational.
Guests are cordially invited.
PACOTC
Young: Pianists Give
Recital Tomorrow
Young Isthmians who have
been studying music under
Ellsha Talt will give their fourth
annual piano recital tomorrow
evening at the Pacific Club-
house.
The recital will begin at 8
pjn.
The ages 0 fthe students ran?e
from kindergarten to high
school.
In Bogota, Colombia
Word was received today at
Headquarters, VS. Army Car-
ibbean of the accidental death of
Sfc Hector Mori which occurred
April 16 at Bogota. Colombia,
when a Jeep in which he was
riding overturned, causing fatal
internal injuries.
Sgt. Mori of Puerto Rico, who
has served in the Army eight 1
years, came to Panama in April.
1950 and was assigned to the,
504th Field Artillery Battalion,
Fort Kobbe. In August he was
transferred to the 33rd Infantry-
Regiment and in December went
on detached service with the U.
S. Army Mission to Colombia at
Bogota.
Notification of his death baa
been received by his wife, who
resides at Yauco. Puerto Rico.
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MARKING THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY of the local Inter-
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sentatlves of the Boy 8cout Council took part in a ceremony
awarding to Canal officials friendship badges" in apprecia-
tlon of their help and support in the founding of the local;
International Bov Scout program.
Shown here, left to right, are: H. D. Perkins. H. W. Rer-,
rle, Raymond George. Alfred Osborne, Governor Newcomer,,
Colonel R. Selee, William Jump and Dr. Lawrence Johnson. ;
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Senators Whip A's In First Night Game Opener
JOE
by
WILLIAMS
42 Swimmers To Participate
In Tonight's Albrook Aquacade
It looks like three-hor raee in the American^****" **
Yankees. Red Hox. Indians. You pay your money and ^7J
choice. None of the other figure .erioutly. Not even lhi J1'"!
uno wt the pare moet of th. way a year ago. (They ve lost Art
Uouttrman. 19-geme winner.)
In attempting to forecast a pennant race Jh P'\nivy con-
sideration mist fit manpower. It s nectwry to atiume it will
unction up to expectation. On this basis, then the logical pick
Bos on .1.. Cleveland <2, New York (3> Detroit <4j, Chicago
Zm. Washington i6>, St. Louis (7> and Philadelphia <>.
But there are other possible factors which invite thoughtful
attention The Yankees for Instance, have developed a winning
tradition The Red Sox. on the other hand, have not. Admitting
Sat thto mav be decisive when no marked disparity In playing
s renath exists what happens when the other guys-the Red Sox
in this instance-are preposterously ttronger? They must win.
mustn't they?
' Despite three straight failures, that's the way you'd have to
.taire Vet here is still another factor which makes you re-
aKSnt to give up on the Yankees. That's their front office as
penalized by George Weiss, the game's master bu derIta no
accident the Yankees always seem to come up with Just tne
':5Syer they need. Nor Is it luck.
Weiss won the pennant for the Yankees last season when he
gwung a midseason deal with the Browns for Tom Perrtck. an
.obscure pitcher, who went onto save eight games; in, a row The
same deal woutd have, won the Pnnt for either the Tijera or
the Red 3ox. The Yankeet can win without DlMaggio Henrlch
id Page as has been proved. Their one Indispensable man is
Weiss Keep him out of John Hopkins and the situation can nev-
er' become hopeless. > ( g
97 GAMES WIN AL PENNANTS
finish Is not common in the American League.
The 1961 Albrook Aauacadr
under the direction of Mr. Wil-
liam Zemer. will take place at
the Albrook Olympic pool to-
night at 7:S0 d. m The show,
which will last approximately
two hours, is made up of a east
of 42 top swimmers from the
Armed Forces, Canal Zone and
Panama. Many of the pertormers
are former AAU. Inter-Collegian
and Canal Zone champions.
Two water-ballets, from which
the swimmer go into six
routines in the first and four in Philadelphia
the second, will be the opening i Boston.....0
members of the watershow. 8ev- Brooklyn
eral Canal Zone swimming and
diving champions will be in the
ballet. The cast for this num-
ber are: Marilyn Ford. C. Z-
women's one and two hundred
meter breaststroke champion.
Arline, Schmidt, Freestyle cham-
pion here in the Canal Zone.
Helen Edward. Women' back-
stroke champion, Merry Malign,
former national AAU junior div-
ing champion. Gloria Glaze,
former Texas AAU diving cham-
pion. Henry Cruz, Vincent
Teams
Pittsburgh
Chicago .
New York
Bt. Louis .
; Cincinnati
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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
No other games scheduled
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League
Bt. Louis 300 000 100
Leaver. Charlea Gamillo. David I Pittsburgh 003 101 0005
Teams
Chicago .
Cleveland .
New York .
Washington .
Philadelphia
Boston.....0
Detroit 0
St. Louis 0
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Yankees, Giants Score
Shutout 1st Game Wins
fly United rVtss
NEW YORK, April 18 The Stnorors lr night di-
feared the Athletics 6-1 in Philadelphia in the Ma|or$ first
opening night game as Cuban Conrado Marrarai spun a
neat seven-hitter, Mickey Grasso walloped a three-run
homer off loeing pitcher Bobby Shantz In the second framt
to clinch tha contest.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St. Loul
Cleveland at Detroit
Washington at Philadelphia
IN).
Boston at New York.
YESTERDAY'S RESl.'I.TS
100
88. which
won 95 last
Mcllhenny. Don Connor. CZ one
mile title holder. Charles Mc-
Glade, and James Morris.
In the cast are five members cullough.
of the Panamerican swimming
team which is led by Ricardo Cincinnati
Poholsky (0-11. Habenlcht.
Wllks and Garagiola. Rice.
Dlckson 11-0', Werle and Mc-
Amtrican League
Cleveland 100 000 0012 8 9
Detroit 001 000 0001 2 2
Lemon and Hegan.
Newhouser (0-11 and Gins-
berg.
The photo finish is not common in tne nnmiw *~.
Three times in the last 10 years the wining club exceeded
victories As a contrast, in '45. the Tigers won with
It ill stands as a league low. Parenthetically, they w
tear and sll had to settle for second. Over a 10-year stretch the
winning average has been 97. It figures to be about the same
this year.
Red Sox: They finished four games back last year and have
seemingly picked up substantial strength In I he box where they
need It most though Wight one of the slab additions has a mor-
bid dislike for Fenway Park and may not be able to win theie.
How- much help will they get from Lou Boudreau? He hasn't real-
ly been effect ve since '48 He wasn't happy over the way he was
oismissea in C^veland. It sometimes happensa veteran get. new
life and new power from a revenge urge. I look for him to help
the club A fierce desire to win and all-out effort are hit char-
acteristic. The presence of such a player in the Red Sox lineup
Will at least b a novelty.
I don't believe thev'll miss Tebbetts. Evans, acquired In trade
from Waging on will probably do the bulk of their catching.
whTch ai aconsequence .hould Improve. The singular TedI Wl-
1 "ui 1 taking hi full cut again, apparently recovered from the
e bow fracture which caued him to mias half the season as
year He'll doubtless maintain his position as the game, greatest
Sitter without helping the club in proportion Lastyea the Red
Sox played .721 baseball without^ him. only .537 with Him.
NEW MANAGER TO HELP TRIBE
Indians: They've got only six games to make Pj** e
fhV mav not be an accurate meaeilre of their relative 5U
Sengih They blew up unaccountably, losing four stralghto the
towns of all people, and at home, just when it seemed they
Sata make a strong pitch for It all. Al Lopez will probably be
W"improvement ove -Boudreau as a field general Suitcase Slmp-
1 noher hard-hitting Negro, Join the outfield and increases
t power You must assume Easter's Injuries aren t going to
.ndicap him. Stlmwels. give, the bench depth which was lack-
B"and the pitching, while a bit thin, Is formidable, with Lemon.
tfe league's best.
' Yankees: Age Is the omlnou specter and Casey Stengel finds
Qmself in a familiar but perplexing position where a manager
Sust decide how much further he can go with his old reliables
,e tendency Is to go too far. That's what happened to Eddie
er and the Cardinals last year. Rasehi. Reynolds, Lopat and
001 010 1003 12
321 000 1108
Boregard. who was a member of Chicago
the Panama swimming team Raffensberger 0-1 >, Byerlv.
during the recent Pan-Am games Eraulti smith and Pramesa.
at Argentina, Alcldes Bernal. 100 j H1Uer a.0l anct Walker.
meter freestyle champion, Al- ..-------
berto Kahn. Charle Boregard New York 000 120 1004 9 2
and Rosa Arevalo. The Panama- i Boston 000 000 0000 5 I
nlan swimmer, will be mixed: jansen '1-0' and Wegtrum,
with the Canal Zone team in i Blckford (0-11. Donnelly and
swimming exhibition. st. Clalr.
The diving exhibitions will he
performed five top notch diver pfcila.
all of whom have helo aiviiig Brooklvn
Boston 000 000 0000 6 1
New York 002 003 0005 7 0
Wight (0-1), Kinder, McDer-
mott and Rosar.
Raschl (1-0) and Berra.
Chicago 000 000 27217 19 2
St. Loul 000 101 001 3 10 0
Pierce '1-0) and Masi.
Garver < 0-1 >. Kennedy. Med-
linger. Schacht, Johnson and
Loflar.
Pitcher Vio Rachi and rookie
outfielder Jackie Jenien teamed
up yesterday to make the World
Champ look like repeater a
the Yank houtout the Boston
Red 8ox 5-0 in New York.
Raschl pitched six-hit ball
gll singlesstruck out sbt and
walked only four. Jenttn hit a
two-run homer off loser Bin
Wight in the third inning. Ha
alto sparked a three-run sucth-
innipg Yankee rally with a
double. .. ,
Miokev Mantle, the Yanks
sensational outfield rookie, got
his first Major League hit in
that big sixth Inning. Hi tingle
scored Jenen from third base.
Gabriel de la Guardia and Ro- That k^d of clutch hltUng.
ello Preciado were th leader plu three double P11.,11^;
today in the flr.t and second Raschl' hutout "fe all th
flights, respectively, in the Dun- way. to the delight of 46.0C
lop Ringer tournament in pro- chilly New York Jans.
SEMI-FINALIST Up-and-
coming Beto Scantlebury
gets another chance to crash
local fistic tardom when he
meet Calvin Lloyd, the idol
of Red Tank and Paraso, in
the tlx-round semifinal of
the Baby Green-Juan Diaz
II ten-round main bout Sun-
day at the Panama National
Gym. ^^____
Along The Fairways
championship. They are Wil-
liam Zemer. former All-Ameri-
can from 1946 to 1948. Army
Captain Herbert Keith and Air
Force Captain Ken Deilh both oi
whom were inter-collegate stars
Two young ladles make up the
five member diving team, they
are Mtt Mai Ian. former Na-
tional AAU junior champion and
Mis Olorla Glaze, former Texas
AAU diving champion. Both have
taken titles here In the Canal
Zone as well. .
Four oustandlng 12 year old
twimmers will be featured In u
set of races and noveltv swim-
ming act.
A a finale, four Airmen from
Albrook Air Force Base, will give
the audience a thrill with dare-
devil diving from the high tower.
The feature of this act will be
Roberts
Ersklne (0-1
panella.
210 002 0005 9 0
000 002 0002 9 2
l-Oi and SemlnicK
King and Cam-
Citation Runs
Again Today
(Night Game)
Wash. 031 101 0006 9
Phila. 000 000 0011 7
Marrero (1-0) and Grasso.
Shantz (0-1), Martin i
'Harris '8> and Tlpton.
Whitewashing
NEW YORK
gress at the Panama Golf Club.
Both have net scores of 58'a.
de la Guardia't including 11 bir-
The play will come to a elote
April 29 at 6 p.m.
Other scores:
PIR8T FLIGHT
Ernesto de la Guardia 111 O'i
George Novey Jr. 82
Staton Brown Jf 2
Anbal Gallndo JS
Rene Estrlpeaut mm
Charlie MacMurray 65 ?
Hector Valdes M'z
SECOND FLIGHT
Mike Moreno Jr. 61
Joaqun de la Guardia 81
Fred Hubert 61 2
Raul Arango 83'2
Ernesto de la Guardia 64
Leadoff man Dom DiMaggto
had two of Boston' six hit*.
AR R N PO A E
Stanky. 2b
Lockman. If
BAY MEADOW6, Calif., April Thompson. 3b
18 winning thoroughbred of all timo
returns to the races today.
The Calumet Clloper "Cita-
tion" resume his campaign
to become the first million dol-
lar winner In a alx-furlong al-
,/Sgt. Robert Dvsarfs fire-dive, lowance race at Bay Meadows,
the high tower. Pfc Jay' California, A win would add on-
S
from --..-
Dlckerson. Sgt. Aaron Collier and
Sgt. Bobby Dunham are the re-
maining three men who will put
on thedaredevil act.
Music for the Aquacade show
will be furnished bv Warrant
Ofticer Oreer and the Air Force
776th band. The will be no
admission for the show.
me must continue to win. Riatutos body pains may be a sig-
1 that the little guy is beginning to crack up. It gets tougher
d tougher for DiMagglo to set the pac* and he 11 do well if he
gets in 100 games.
-. Everv extra bae hit the Yankees get out of Mize now is an
extra diVidend. Ford is gone. There Is no word on Dr. Brown
vSgtTmay be through. Mantle is stil a baby. There isn t a great
deal here to be optimistic about But. as I say. as long as Weiss
is around there's no reason to despair. Besides, the Yankees
have t
weren"
time last
surprised if'they win. They always do, it seems.
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NOTES
The Balboa Skeet Team won
their match with the Ft. Kobbe
outfit on Sunday last by the slim
margin of fourteen targets.
The result of both the team
and Individual events were in
doubt until the last sauad had
finished shooting. George Watrus
of Balboa Gun Club was the in-
dividual winner with 71x75, fol-
lowed by thl teammate Tom Mc
Nelll and Lamolne Brown of Ft.
Kobbe with 89x78.
Team scores follow:
ly two-thousand to Citacin'
938-thousand-630 dollar bank-
roll. However, an impressive per-
formance would out "Big Cy" in
contention for the richer sum-
mer purses.
I will be the first start for
Citation since last June 24th
He's been bothered by a weak
left front ankle. Trainer Jimmv
Jones savs the champion is fit
again. Mondav Citation was
clocked in one-28-four over
seven furlongs. Jones savs Cita-
tion Is a definite starter unless
it rains. The forecast calls for
clear weather.
Thomon, cf
Mueller, rf
Dark, is
Westrum. c
Jansen, p
TOTALS
I
4
3
4
5
4
4
4
4
37 4 9 27 9 2
THIRD FLIGHT
for
61 > 2
631-
all
Carlos Arosemena
Juan F. de la Guardia
Prizes are the same
Low net, 1 doz. ball, 1 Bu-
chanan whUky, 1 Black fcWhite
2nd. six balls. 1 Black & White 1
White Satin gin. 3rd, four balls.
1 Black & White. 4th, three bails,
1 Buxton billfold. 5th. two balls,
1 Buxton keytalner.
BOSTON
AS R H PO A E
Hartsfield. 2b
Jethroe, cf
Torgeson, lb
Elliott, 3b
Gordon. If
8t. Claire, c
Addis, rf
Logan, st
bb-Cooper
Blckford. p
aa-Marshall
Donnelly, u
1 2
0 3
0 10
1 3
Lefty Billv Pierce coasted
along to a 19-hit 17-3 White
Sox triumph over the Brown
in St. Loul. Th White So*
had nina straight games
won from the Browns in ex-
bition and they kept on
going yesterday with tlx runs
In the second aod even in
the eighth Inningt. Eefce
Zarilla batted in for run*
with a homer, a double and
a single.
At Detroit Bob Lemon won a
2-1 duel for the Indiant over
the Tigere in which he gave up
only two hits to beat lefty Hal
Newhoueer. Shortstop Johnny
Lipon's error let in the winning
run in the ninth alter Larry
Doby doubled and went to inira
; on a sacrlflo. Lemon wat the
1 sharper of the two. giving up
only two hitsboth to Gerry
Priddy who also stole home for
the Tigers only run. Ntwhouter
yielded eight hits.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Pirates, who are still
supposed to finish last In the
National League, remained on
top of everybody with their sec-
ond strtght win a 5-4 triumph
over the Cardinals at Pittsburgh.
Relief pitcher Bill Werle saved
them for the second straight
day. blanking the Card for the
their Dodger and Robin Robert
outpltched the bett Brooklyn
could show. ,- _
Jackie Robinson, the Dodger
tecond baaeman, spoiled Rob-
erts' bid for a shutout in the
sixth when he homered after
Duke Snider' double, After that,
the Philly righthander shut th
door. Just as.Tie did the last day
of last season when he clinched
the pennant with a 4-1 win over
the Brook.
Carl Ersklne, the Brooklyn
starter, deserved a being fate.
He gave wav to Clyde King in
the eighth after two Brooklvn
errors helped to put the Phut
out in front by three runs.
Philadelphia scored two run
' in the firtt on a walk, tingles bv
\ Dick Slsler and Del Ennis,
1 Snider error and an Infield out.
Mike Goliat homered In the sec-
ond. And a homer by Ennis. ifter
Gil Hodges' error put Slsltr
aboard, scored the last two
Philly run.
Matt Shannon and Herb Mit-
ten are gathering more votes
every dav as "The team most
likely to succeed" in the Fourth
Annual National Distiller Best
Ball Championship being played \ final three Inning. The Cards
'Y' Hoop League;
TOTALS
34 0 5 27 11 1
Score by innings
BALBOA FT. KOBBE
Watrus 71 Brown 89
McNeill 69 Christie 88
Fogarty 68 Boyd 88
Sanders 68 Almstead 64
Cunningham 68 Marsh 61
Total
344 Total
330
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There were eighteen entries
with the five highest scores on
each side making up the teams.
Next Saturday afteroon, April
21. at 2 p.m. there will be a re-
gistered A. T. A. shoot of 25 18
yd targets and 50 handicap tar-
gets. The entry fee for this shoot
will be two dollars with the purse
divided via the Lewis Class Sys-
tem, two classet, 50% 30% and
2d' Hi-Gun.
President T. J. Tassin has call-
ed a meeting of the Canal Zone
Trap-shooting Association at the
conclusion of this shoot. Princi-
pal business of this meeting is
to make final arrangements for
and to appoint committees and
judges to officiate at. the State
Shoot which will take place on
May 26th and 27th at the Cris-
tobal Gun Club.
On Saturday aprll 28 there will
be a 50 bird, .410 guage Skeet
Shoot. The entry fee of two dol-
lars for this event will be divid-
ed the same as next Saturday s
shoot. There are plenty of these
guns available so don't stay home
because you don't have one of
your own.
FLYERS ON TIME
DAYTON, O.. (NEA> Dayton
coach Joey Gavin conducts foot-
ball practice sessions along rlgli,
stop-watch precision lines, ac-
cording to schedule.
SAME OLD HOLE
BOSTON, (NEA>. Quarter-
back. Boston Colleges weakest
polm last fall, again loom as tne
Eaglers' biggest lootbaU prob-
lem.
The Balboa Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. -Warm-Up Basketball
League" started Us 1951 season
last night with two games being
played in the Red League.
Special Troops defeated U. S.
Armv Hospital 33 to 24 in the
opener, while A.A-C.S. took the
; measure of the 37th Engineers
bv the score of 40 to 25. Botn
1 games were exceptional well
played for the first games of
; the season. Lack of condition
called for many substitutions by
! all teams. Referees were Wil-
liams and Fong.
Tonight at 7 p. m. the Blue
! League will swing into action
with Hdq. 15th Naval District
and 5700th Air Base Squadron
In the first game, and 54th vs
Rodman In the final. Referees
for tonight's game will be New
and Herndon.
New York
Boston
000 120 1004
000 000 0000
Runs batted in Westrum,
Thomson 2, Mueller. Stolen
bases Mueller. Left on bases-
New York. 1. Boston 8. Base on
ball Off Jansen 1. Blckford 5.
Struck out by Jansen 4. Blck-
ford 3, Donnellv 1. Hits and run
-off Blckford 8 and 4 In 7 in-
nings. Winning pitcher Jan-
sen (1-01. Losing pitcher Blck-
ford (0-).
Fight Dope
By United Press
HOOSIER Hl'RLER
BLOOMINGTON. Ind.. (MIA).
Don Colnltis. who suffered a
near-fatal, paralyzing automo-
bile accident In September. 1949.
recovered enough to pitch 120 in-
ning last spring, is expected to
again star for Indiana.
ST. LOUIS. Aprll 18Willie
Pep, IMVi, of Hartford. Conn.,
knocked out Babe Ortit. 132' 1,
of St. Louis in the fifth round
of a scheduled ten-rounder last
night.
LOS ANGELES Art Aragn,
I39'j, of Los Angeles, decisioned
Harold Jones. 138. of Detroit, in
ten* rounds.
NEW BEDFORD. Mass.Bilky
Andy, 153, of Providence, it. I.,
decisioned Kid Pan;iele. 149. of
Nicaragua, in ten rounds.
SeagratrtsV.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY
at Summit Hills Golf Club. In
the second round the Shannon-
Mitten best ball of 66 was too
much for George Rlley and Pres
Trim, Jr. That Is the second
consecutive round of 66 that
Matt and Doc have carded.
Perc Graham and Jack Smith
are the two lambs being led to
the slaughter next week.
In the lower bracket of the
championship flight the semi-
finals will find Al Corsale and
hit youthful partner. Bob Mefl-
lnger, pitted against the Brazos
Brook Bashers, Mike Kullkowtkl
and Charlev Wood.
The brand of golf displayed
In the tournament to date has
been excellent, and the competi-
tion has been exceptionally close.
No less that seven of the twelve
matches In the second round
were decided by a one-up marg.n I
All matches hi the semi-finals ,
will be played next Sunday 1
morning, at Summit.
Incidentally, that match last
week between Doc Gerrans-Bob
Spain and Mike Kullkowskl-1
Charlev Wood was decided by I
some great golf rather than the
anticipated conversation. Mike
wasn't in a talking mood.
Spot prizes were won during
the second round bv R. E. Jones
and Pres Trim. Jr.. with birdies
on No. 9: and by Marlon Harley
with a birdie on No. 4.
Here are the results second
round.
Herb Mitten-Matt Shannon
over George Rlley-Pres Trim. Jr.
Perc Graham-Jack Smith over
Norman Lewter-Paul Moran.
Bob Medlnger-Al Corsale over
Tommy Thompson-Gene Hoch-
sledler- ... j
Mike Kullkowskl-Charley Wood
over Doc Gerrans-Bob. Spain.
Deluca-Hollls defeated C & O
de la Guardia.
Bishop Wichman defeated
Nustbaum-Forrest.
Krlske-McKlnney defeated Er-
nesto and Joaqun de la Guar-
Robinson LeBrun defeated
Mahone-Harley.
Colllns-Getman defeated Gove-
Vye.
Hammond-Hinkle defated Ar-
nold-Berry.
Daniels-Sears defeated Rodrl-
guez-Heurtematte.
Youngblood Boettcher de-
feated Jones-Lawler.
The New York Giants
made the expert who picked
them to win the National
League pennant look good by
shotting out the Braves 4-e
at Boston.
Righthander Larry Jansen
ave six-thousand well-chilled
am little to cheer about at he
held the Braves to five hits,
walked only one and struck out
four. Vern Blckford was the
loser.
It was a scoreless tie until the
fourth when Don Meller walked
for the Giants, stole second and
rode home on Wes Westrum s
single. Singles by Whitey Lock-
man. Hank Thompson. Bobby
Thomson and Mueller got the
Giants two more runs In the
fifth.
They picked up the fourth
run In the seventh when Lock-
man walked, went to third on
Irvin's single and scored on
Bobbv Thomson's long fly.
Sid Gordon led Boston' In-
effective attack with two hit.
got a 3-0 lead in the first but
the Pirate tied it up with three
in the third and went ahead in.
the fourth when pitcher Murry
Dickson hit hit flrtt Big League
homer. The Pirates' Wallv West-
lake also homered to drive in
two runs.
I The Cubs saw an omen In
their 8-3 victory over the Reds
at Chicago because they beat
leftv Kon Raffensberger who
previously had,scored 12 victories
in 14 games over them in the
past two seasons. Andy Pafko
paced pitcher Dutch Hilier's
somewhat shaky 12-hit triumph
with a walk, ingle, triple and
homer although former Dodger
Dee Fonde drove in four run
with two singles and a triple.
The Philadelphia Phil
opened defame of their Na-
tional League tille in cham-
pionship style by dumping
the Dodgers, 5-2, at Brook-
lyn.
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as the Whiz Kids outslugged
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEMNDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE PITS
pacific
Society
&, 96, B*lU M.iU D.t 2 1336
Coffy, Mrs. Iphlgenla H. White,
Miss .viarma nvin, Miss Tl.a
Rlos, Mr. 8ylvie Scandrett, Mis.
Mary Lassln, Mr. Lillian Hodg-
es, Mrs. Francis Elmendorf, Mrs.
Regina Schmidt, Mr. Gloria
Lord, Mrs. Lucy Carter. Mrs. Ne-
llda Matson, Mra. Dora A. Krl-
dle. Mr. Dorothea Pickitte. Mrs.
Foro Balne, Mr. Elisabeth Oray.
Mr, carol MgLaln and Mr. Ja-
nle Godfrey.
Mr. Sbreck Hosteea
at Card Party
Mr*. T. L. Flnley and Mrs. C
B Meador. who ara leaving coon
for the United States. wr the
guests of honor at a dessert and
card party which Mrs. Horace W.
Shreclc gave last evening at her
residence on Herrlclc Height.
National Banner
E]
HORIZONTAL
1 Depicted is
the flag of
S It currency
unit is tna
Departure
Mrs. J. Michael Byrne and her
son, Joe, of Curundu Heights, let',
by airplane yesterday to spend a
vacation in New Orleans, Taxas
and Tennessee.
Mr. and Mr. Calhoun -
Move to New Residence
Mr. and Mra. Crede H. Calhoun
have moved from 48th Street in
Bella Vista to No. 18 Colombia
Street.
MISS MARY MARTIN NEWLAND
NEWLAND-CLARY BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mr*. William Kenneth Newland of Diablo Height
announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Martin, to
Dr. William Franklin Clary, ion of Mrs. William F. Clary and
the late Dr. Clary of Memphl, Tennessee. _-_.
:yUss Newland Is a graduate of the Balboa High Scnool
and of Vatsar College. Dr. Clary prepared for college at the
Webb School, Bell Buckle, Tennessee, and did his undergrad-
uate wark at Southwestern College in Memphis, where be
affiliated with Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is a graduate of
the University of Tennesee Medical School and a member of
Phi Chi and A. O. A. Since last Jaly he has been an Intern
at Gorjas Hospital.
. A June wedding is planned.
Invitations Issued
for Cocktail Party
The Venezuelan Ambassador
and Mrs. Enrique Castro Gomez
have issued Invitations for a :ocle-
tal] party to be given at the Em -
bassy Friday evening. Their
guests of honor will be the Pana-
manian Ambassador to Venezui ia
and Mrs. Luis Raul Fernandez
and the Italian Minister and
Mrs. Lulgi Marlanl and their
daughter. Miss Juliana Marlanl.
The bride-elect ha been hon-
ored at a number of parti* re-
cently. Among thoae who have
entertained for her are her sis-
ter, Mrs. Archie Byrne. Mrs. J.
Walter Young, Mrs. Carlos de Ja-
non and Mis Dorita Barraza.
Mr. Burgoon's friends gave him
a bachelor dinner Saturday even-
ing at the Panama Golf Clin.
Cocktail Party Today
at Chilean Embassy
The Ambassador of Chile, Ma-
nuel Hidalgo Plaza, Is entertain-
ing members of the Diplomatic
Corps at a cocktail party this af-
ternoon at the embauy. The par-
ty is being riven as a farewell for
the Secretary of the Embassy, Al-
fonso Vicua Ossa, who is being
transferred from Panama to the
Ministry of Foreign Relations in
Santiago. Mr. Vicua Ossa leave
by airplane early tomorrow
morning for Chile.
Mr. and Mr. Carter
Entertain at Dinner
The First Secretary of the Uni-
ted States Embassy and Mrs. Al-
bert E. Carter entertained a
group of their friend at a buffet
dinner given last evening at their
residence on Federico Boyd Ave-
nue.
Burrjoon-Vallarino Wedding
Friday Evening
The marriage of Miss Isa Vail a -
rino. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alperto Vallarino. to Richard Oi~
good Burgoon. son of the late M".
and Mrs. Joseph Burgoon, will
take place Friday evening at six
thirty o'clock In the Sanctuatio
del Corazn de Maria. A recep-
tion for members of the families
and a few close friends will be
held at the Panama Golf Club af-
ter the ceremony.
Miss Vallarino was educated at
the Los Angeles Junior Hlg;i
School and at St. Mary's Academy
In Los Angeles. California. M.-.
Burgoon is a graduate of Balboa
High School and attended Loyo-
la University in Los Angeles.
Recent Bride Honored
by Mis Robinson
Miss Bobbie Anne Robinson
gave a tea and miscellaneous
shower Saturday afternoon at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Robinson, in Gam-
boa, for Mrs. Edward May (Joyce
Ingelke) a recent bride. Mrs. Ro-
bert Engelke. mother of the hon-
or guest, presided at the tea table.
Among other preient were Mrs
George V. Oraff, Mr. Muv
grandmother. Mrs. Robert En-
gelke, Jr, Mrs. Ernest Krueger.
Mrs. Robinson and the Misses
Coila Goodwin, Margaret Ryter,
Gerl Snodgrass, Barbara and Ed-
na Curie, Olnger Coffey, Lucy
Ann Drlscoll. Barbara Ely, Doro-
thy Hart and Lila Lou Womack.
Kelleher-Turck Wedding
Next Week
Mr. and Mra. Chester G. Turck
of Balboa announce the ap-
proaching marriage of thulr
daughter, Ruth, to Maurice H,
Kelleher. The wedding will take
place Thursday evening, April
28, at six thirty o'clock at 8t.
Mary Church In Balboa. Mr.
and Mrs. Kelleher have Issued
invitations for the wedding and
the leception which will be held
in the ballroom of the Hotel Tlvo-
11 after the ceremony.
Miss Turck was given a lunch-
eon and lingerie shower Sunday
in the Fern Room of the IVnel
Tlvoll by her bridal attendants
who are her later, Mr. Nancy
Splvey and Mrs. Betty White and
the Misses Joan Gibson. Virginia
Coffy and Shirley Welts.
The guest list Included wilh
the honor guest, her mother, and
Mr. Keller's mother. Mrs. May
Kelleher, Mrs. Anna Weltz, Mrs..
Gertrude Gibson, Mrs. Dolores
Group Meeting Tomorrow
The Know Panama Group of
the Canal Zone College Club will
meet tomorrow at 4 p.m. at tne
home of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mc-
Nevin. 14W-A Holden Street. Bal-
boa. Mrs. Clara Gonzalez de Beh-
ringer will speak on Social Work
in Panama.
IS Bullfight
assistant
14 Greek dialect
15 Noh's ship
18 Empty
18 Document
(b.)
19 Lower case
(ab.)
ZO Simmering
32 Dry measure
(ab.)
23 Otherwise -
25 Goddess of
discord
17 Observed
28 Rake
29 District
attorney (b.)
30 Calls for
llene*
SI Deere*
S3 Weight
mearure (ab.)
34 Preposition
35 Dash
38 Predictor
39 Dry
40 Time measure
(ab.)
41 Scant bag
47 Exists
48 Reyjkavlk Is
- capiUl
50 Bluish-purple
51 Its springs
produce
natural
water
12 Chemical
word element
54 Repetition
56 M*rrler
57 Handled
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Colombia
2 Ring
3 Scottish lake
4 Note of scale
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6 Not any
7 Depict
8 Sharp
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language
10 Aged
11 Columblum
12 Charges
17 Nickel
(symbol)
21 Not
contagious
24 Staid
26 Russian coin
31------Is an
Important
industry ln
this country
32 Sluggishness
36 Songlike
37 Settled
42 Love god
43 Call (Scot.)
44 Injure
45 Always *
46 Cameroon city
49 Pigpen
51 Struck
53 Anent
53 Egyptian sun j
god
Fake Attack Finds
Michigan Lock Town
Almost Undefended
SAULT STB. MARIE, Michi-
gan, April 18 (UP)If Mon-
day s raKe air rala had oeen the
real thing, of the 17,500 in- -
habitants of this city, 5,000
would be dead and 3,000 wound- |
ed plus the fact that the world's
most active locks would be in
ruins.
Michigan's Governor G. Men-
nen Williams said the trial airj
raid was a success but that pie-
sent defense preparations were
lamentably Inadequate."
Six American bombers fro.v
Selfrldge Field represented tru
enemy attacking air' force. A
theoretical atomic bomb explod-
ed ln the south-east of this city,
miraculously missing tne im-
portant locks that connect Lakes
Huron and Superior; but 10 de-
molition bombs made "direct
hits" on the locks.
The destruction of the loc'/
would freeze half of the ship-
ments ln the Great Lakes re-
gion where coal, oil, automobiles
and other important materials
are shipped over a distance that
extends from Buffalo ln New
York to Duluh in Minnesota.
The practice fake attack con- '
sisted ln the dropping of one
"atomic" bomb and 50 one ton
demolition bombs. The defense
left much to be desired.
Although 1,000 trucks for
transporting drinking water
were requested by radio, only
150 answered the requests. No
answer was received to the
urgent call for 5,000 blankets. A
complete lack of adequate me-
dicine in case of a real attack
was also noted.
French Hot Up Cold War
Against Alien Commies
By THOMAS G. HARDIE
"See How They Run"
Opens Tonight
The two-day run of "See How
They Run" will open tonight at
the Diablo clubhouse, wnen
theater-goers of the Isthmus will
be present to see the Class In
Dramatics of the Canal Zone Ju-
nior College present an outstand-
ing comedy of the present day.
Miss Anne Howze Is cast oppos-
ite Frank Robinson and James
Raymond, while Miss Martha Ir-
vln r.ppears with both young men
and also la concerned with Jim
Orvls and Thomas Peterson. Miss
Annie Nicholson appears with all
six young men, the list also in-
cluding Jack Ray and Lairy
Parks. Curtain time is at 9 o'-
clock, at which time the special
12 piece orchestra under the di-
rection of Nell V. Branstetter wlil
begin the overture. Reserved tic-
kets for "See How They Run" will
be on sale at the box office to-
night at Diablo Clubhouse at 75
cent each,
Bridge Winner
The winner of the duplicate
contract bridg* tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Dia-
blo Clubhoue were: Mr. S. S.
Irvln and Mrs. Elizabeth Irvln
Brown. 1st; 2nd, Mr. and Mrs. H.
O. Robinson, tied for 3rd and
4th, Colonel and Mr. F. A. Pettlt
and Mr. and Mr. Fred Brady:
and 6th. Mrs. L. D. Boney and
Mr. John E. Davis.
6,000 Guerrillas
Still Holding Out
In Albania Strife
ROME, April 18, (UP) Civil
disorder in Albania have been
fiut down by Russion-bossed po-
ice. but 6.000 guerrillas in the
north are still fighting the Com-
munist regime, according to
"Free Albanian" sources here.
There Is no hope of Premier
En ver Hoxha becoming; an Al-
banian Tito. ac*"""ng to a re-
cently arrived refuge.
From, 6,000 to lO.OCfl Ruilan
Eoltica 1 and military extvrts
ave clamped an Iron control on
the whole country.
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HOTEL PLAZA Sontiago de Veraguas
Visited r many American Faatlllet
Wide talon
Neat, camfertable Private eoatt
Beit ReaUurant In town
Alr-CtaillMaed Bar
Gat station ith merhanlr repair thap
Airplane trip ta acquaint >au with the Interior
Short tripa at retentele price
Sicily Bandit Says
He Killed Outlaw
On Minister's Order
VITERBO, Italy, April 18, (UP)
Sicilian bandit Uaspare Pis-
ciotta on trial here claimed he
killed the outlaw chief Salvator
Gulllano last year under a per-
sonal agreement with Minister
of the Interior Mario Scelba.
Scelba announced at the time
that Gulllano, Italy's "Bandit of
the Century," died ln a gunflght
with a police officer who was
subsequently promoted and de-
corated for the feat.
PlsciQta was one of Guilliano's
right had men.
Guiliano was killed in the
early morning of July 6 in Cas-
telvetrano, 81clly. Police said he
was trapped by Carablnlerl of-
ficer Major Antonio Perenze who
cornered him with a group of
police officers disguised as mo-
tion picture cameramen.
At the time h* died, Gulllano
was wanted for 150 homicide,
including 80 carablnlerl, 22 po-
licemen and eight soldiers from
the forces which hunted him for
five year, besides 30 kidnapings
and hundreds of smaller crimes
ol robbery, extortion and viol-
ence against Individuals.
Rumors started several months
ago that Gulllano was betrayed
by a follower and assassinated
as he lept ln hi bed. instead of
being tracked down and out-
shot hy an Intrepid police agent.
The Communist party claim-
ed OuiUano was really supported
by the Government all the time
as a sort of one man Mafia whose
duty It was to exterminate all
Communist labor leaders ln Si-
cily.
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.HUMAN, Texas, April U
UP)This hamlet is divid-
ed on whether to change its
name from Truman to Mac-
Arthur.
But even the leader of the
movement, *-. u. t'ogoum
is not quite convinced the
change would ba a sound
Idea: "There's a chance
Mac Arthur might be wrong
in his dispute with Wash-
ington."
No one ha suggested the
town take back its original
name of Mesqulte Tap.
AFCE To Get News
On Legislation
Before Congress
The regular report on legisla-
tion pending ln Washington will
be given tonight at the
April meeting of Lodge 14 of the
AFGE. The meeting will be held
at the Balboa Clubhouse and will
begin at 7:30 pjn.
A $25 saving bond will be given
as door prize for members at-
tending the meeting: Last
month's bond was won by Jack
Buechele. Refreshments will be
served.
Richard Clark Now
Education Counselor
At Clayton Center
J. Richard Clark, General
Science teacher from Balboa
High School, took over as Educa-
tion Counselor at the Fort Clay-
ton EDCENT yesterday.
Clark who has degree of
Bachelor of Science and Mas-
ter of Arts from the New York
University, formerly taught
school in New York for 12 years
He is a native of Beaver Ham.
New York.
The new Education Counselor
spent 30 months in charge of the
U. 8. Navv Testing Program
which gave him an Increased
Interests ln the education pro-
grams of the Armed Services.
PARI8, April 18 (UP)-Thel
French Government a loose!
coalition of Center parties is
stepping up an effective Cold
War attack against foreign
Communists.
The latest move in this French
strategy, which began last fall.'
was a recent ban on the Com-
munist-dominated World Peace
Partisans Congress.
A French official explained:
"Our aim is not to outlay/ the
French Communist Party. We
only want to cut the bonds be- i
tween the French Communist |
network and the Kremlin.
"In the day pre-war. French
Communists received their or-
ders from the Russian Embassy
ln Paris. Now French Com-
munist bosses can go back and
forth between Paris and Prague,
which is reported to be the .en-
ter of Communist activities
throughout Europe."
Even Communists themselves
admit their strength Is declin-
ing.
In 1948. while thev were still
ln the Government, they boated
l .000.000 members. Now ley
claim only 800,000 follower, and
according to impartial observers
the figure Is nearer 750,000. -
Although the Communists
were thrown out of the Govern-
ment in 1947 it was not till last
fall that any strong action was
taken against foreign commun-
ist Influence.
Rene Pleven, then Premier, led
off with a mass rounduo of
Spanish Communists, chiefly ln
Southern France.
Russian-language publication
have since been banned, and
Frederic Joliot-Curie, Commun-
ist atomic scientist, was eased
out of his position as Atomic
Energy Commissioner.
In addition to the Wo. Id
Peace Partisan Congress, the
French offices of the Commun-
ist-controlled World Federation
of Trade Union, the World
Federation of Democratic Youth
and the International Federa'-.on
of Democratic Women were
closed earlier this year.
The French also eliminated
Moscow Communists from the
army.
Their Infiltration into army
60 Anglo-Americans
Evacuated From Iran
Following Oil Riots
TEHERAN, Iran, April 18 (UPl
Officials are reported to have
evacuated more than 80 Amer-
ican and British employes of the
B r 111 s h-owned Anglo-Iranian
Company in Adaban.
The evacuation followed riot-
ing last week during which nine
persons were killed ln the south-
ern Iranian oil fields.
One plane lorn o' refugees ar-
rived ln London today.
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ranks Is now almost negligible
according to both French nd
foreign official sources.
In mid-1949 official report,
showed the following per cen
ages of Communists at varioif
levels in the army Concrlpti,
10 lo 15 per cent; company grade
officers, five to 10 per cenVJ
senior officers, two to three. ,p*r
cent; generals, one to two^jser
cent.
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ln France remains its Fifth
Column potential ability to
sabotage In the case of Russian
aggression. /
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Communist card carriers there
are approximately 100.000 or-
ganized ln militant cells.
Of these about 20,000 ate
thought to be armed along semi
military Unes.
Air Force MPs Gel
RoughAsCameramen
Shoot At MacArthur
HONOLULU. April 18 (UPl
8everal press and newsreel pho-
tographers complained today
that they were "manhandled*hy
Air Force police guards a llvy
took pictures of General Douglcs
MacArthur' arrival at Hickim
Field.
Carl Mydans, a Life magazine
photog r a p h e r, said he *)
"roughed up" by an Air Force p( -
liceman wht> twisted his arm be-
hind his back and pushed him.
"When I protested an Air For*
captain walked over and said
Shut up and get out of here'."
My dens said. Mydens got five
pictures of MacArthur.
K. Shlmogakl, a photographer
for the Honolulu Advertiser, said
he was pushed to the ground by
an Air Force policeman and "was
unable to take any shots."
Admiral Arthur W. Radford,
Commander ln Chief of Naval
Forces In the Pacific, issued ihe
orders covering press arrange-
ments.
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COPPER
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We still have it In
ROLLS
SHEETS
TUBES
PIPES
FITTINGS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave.Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:'49 ftuick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
.mil luriilliin Ilk. nru
LOWC.t pri.-r-
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Rio HFKKS Pan MU
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DRY SEASON
u the season foi
PAINTING
Visit out siaoium urea store
. on new concrete road
Light I'raftic Easy Parkins
Enclish peaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
raS BEST FOR LESS
LEICA CAMERAS
a
Model un Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factor> Prices.
Porras
Placa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE:Packard two door Se-
dan, white wall 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:By competitive bid three
1948 Chevrolet ond two 1947
Fords. May be seen ot 796-X Lo
Boca Road, Bolboa. Phone 272-
4143 days, 2-1475 evenings for
appointment. Bids close April 30th.
FOR SAL!:Cadillac 62 Sedan ette
lote 48, excellent condition, white
wall tirai. rodio. Call Eulbo* 29S4.
FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, perfect condition, rodio,
heoter, low originol mileage ex-
ceptional buy. Call Fort Clayton
4281. 9:00 12:00 a.m. only.
FOR SALE:1940 Chevrolet. 4-door
Sedon, kept thoroughly in fine con-
dition. Owner leaving. Best offer
accepted. See Mr. Friedman at
'"Casa Fostlich."
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe you novo a drinkina problem?
Wilt* Alcohlica Anonymeua
Sox 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hiah olo oil pointi
and onamols. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Storaa.
FOR SALE:PAA tickets; reserva-
tions accepted at its new AGENCY
in Bella Vista. 25 Per Ave. CO-
PA Office. Ample parking space.
FOR SALE:Double barrel 16 gauge
shot gun rod, case ond vest, $30,
0777-B Wiliamson Place, Baiboo.
FOR SALE: Piano Accordion 120
Boss tWurlitzer;. 8 mm. movie co-
mer (Revere) with case. House
183-A Gatun. Phone 5-476.
FOR SALE
lloal & Motors
FOR SALE:___1947 Pontioc, 41-door
Sedan, radio, plostic seat coverr,^
low mileage, excellent condition,
original owner; quarters 5557-C
Diablo Heights after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:1936 LoSalle $350.00,
good tires, motor ond body, new
battery. Coll Gilchrist by evening.
'83-529 (Army). 578-D Curundu
Heights.
FOR SALE:Leaving, 1951 Custom
Fordor Ford, beautiful blue. House
5437 Dioblo, firnson.
FOR SALE:1950 BUICK SUPER
CONVERTIBLE, electric operated
windows ond seats, signal and
back-up lights, special rodio, blue
point, black top. Low miloge. Ten
months old. Excellent condition.
F-263 engine. Good gas miles. All
leather inside. Must see to ap-
preciate appearance. Priced to sell.
Con be finonced. MASTERS, C.Z.
Pen. (After 5 p.mj 102-G, Gam-
boa 172 (a.m.)
FOR SALE:1948 Nosh Ambossodor
Club Coupe. Con be finonced.
Moke me on offer. 5758-A Dia-
blo. 2-3125.
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
aJ *22 E. 29th St.
THE I.KttVRfc CORP
Phone -S33S
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payaaent tit*.
Monthly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from tl 00
aq. Meter
Por Rent: Heavy Conlpaoeol lor
around leveling
We Bern Lou on Lor Term
. Lot Clnoa at %3 ana U Weekly
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVI YOURSLF
50* per hour
plus 7 c par mil*.
Iniuranc* and driving
permit included.
Call Panama 2-1995.
Garage Ilia.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Gold wrist wotch on Cen-
tral Avenue ond 10th St. Reword.
Box 975 Coln. Phone 1151 -B-
LOST:Femle Boxer Dog Red fawn
4 white feet, white chest. Reward
Tel. 87-6205.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR' SALE: English motorcycle,
strong 200 c.c. Villiers engine, new
tires. Cheap ond trustworthy trans-
portation. Phone 4-323.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Fine Tract of flot land,
Chilibre, 12 acres with river en-
closed. Numerous fruit trees in
bearing stage. Tel. 3-2577.
'RED TIDE'
KILLS FISH
(Continued from Pare 1)
In the ocean the form ol bloom-
ing caused the "red tide," Is very
spectacular and is accompanied
by rlie death of fish and she.l-
flih and sometimes birds and
other denizens of the sea. It fre-
quently occurs along the coast o
Peru with extensive fish mortal-
ity and liberation of hydros-."i
sulfidegas.
Such organisms were first de-
scribed by Darwin in 1832 off ne
coast of Chile In water having a
"pale reddish tint." which wai
"Seen to swarm with minute anl-
malculae darting about and oft-
en exploding."
Similar red tldet have been re-
ported from the coasts of India,
Australia, Japan, South Africa,
the west coast of the Uni>d
States. British Columbia, the Gulf
of Mexico (West coast of Flori-
da* and Narragansett Bay. Un-
fortunately no systematic studies
have ever been made other than
salinity and temperature and a
description of the organisms
found causing the discoloration.
I'i Japan valuable pearl oys.'T
grounds have been exposed to 24
such episodes between 1899 arc!
1934. 16 of which were seriously
damacing to fish aft shell flr>
i wclve o the tides' were caw
OR SALE:Republic Seobee, re-
licensed Morch, Five place, .excel-
lent condition. Leaving for States,
must sell. Make offer. Boo 2792
Cristobal. Tel. 3-1874. Mon.,
thru Fri.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:8 cu. ft. refrigerotor,
25 cycle $75.00; Nursery linoleum
$2.00; Deep seo fishing rod, ond
reel $12.00. Gotun 251-A.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Independent house up-
tair thro* bedrooms, service.
Downstairs: Sitting-dinin groom,
kitchen, maid's room, lovotories,
garage, Gorden, yard. Three min-
utes bus stop. Belisario Porros Rd.
13 Street No. 7. $70.00 monthly.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 mt*rs of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, 'diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern ond In first
closs condition. Located between
Poitilla and Panam Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
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FOR RENT:Modern, independent,
furnished cottage one bedroom,
garage. Vio Belisario Porras 168,
San Francisco.
FOR RENT
Apartment
RESORTS
FOR RENT:Foster's fum-shed cot-
tages, between Santo Clot and
Rio Hoto. Phon 2-3'42. Panano
or see caretaker.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phon*
Gambqo. 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE:WestingHbuse refrige-
rator 7 cu. ft., excellent, condition,
25 cycle. $800.00. Coll 4-317 af-
ter 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:Diningroom set. Apple
Via Espaa No. 814 I Sonny Boy
Section). Tel. 3-4400.
FOR SALE: Record player, auto-
matic, 25 cycle, mahogany cabinet,
tropicol crystal $40; Refrigerotor
Westinghouse, 7 IS cu. ft. 25 cycle,
all porcelain $100; Kitchen clock,
Telechron, 25 cycle $3; DeSoto
Coupe. 1939, duty paid, $250.
House 5620-B. Hecker Place, Dio-
Wo.
FOR SALETreadle sewing machine;
1 large wicker hvingroom table;
1 wicker settee; 1 wicker chair; 1
pair table lomps. Cheap. House
559-B Curundu Heights. Coll be-
tween 8 o.m. and 4 p.m.
OR RENT:ALHAMIRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun- j
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln. I
:OR RENT: Two bedroom oport-
ment living-diningroom. $55 in*Vi
85 Cubo Avenue. _
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, sitting-diningroom furnish-
ed $65.00, oil screened. Entrance
Son Francisco. Phone 3-0234.
:OR RENT:Apartments 1 & 2 bed-
rooms centrally locoted in modern
building. Apply Phon* 2-0480.
Williams Santa Clara Beoch Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, lectric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
hillipi. Beach cottages, Santa Claro
Box number 435, Balboa. Phone
Panami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Casino Sonto Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00. _____________________
Enjoy coal weother. Furnished house
oil conveniences at Corro Campan*.
Also houses an beach, Santa Clora.
Phone Shrapnel Balboa 2820 or
see caretaker there.
LESSONS
Learn to dance woltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tango, m a m b o,
Charleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesday.
Thursday, Soturdoy oil day. Harnett
E. Dunn,
Wanted Position
experienced housekeeper with reco-
mendotion desires job as house-
keeper for bachelors. Tel. Ponomi
2-4427.
Cristbal Cadets
May Now Parade
On School Grounds
As a result of action Instituted
by Jos D. Bazn, Alcalde of Co-
lon, an understanding has been
reached between the United
States and the Republic of Pan-
ama which will permit cadets of
the Junior Reserve Officers
Training Corps at Cristobal High
School to drill and parade on the
grounds of the High School.
Since the establishment of the
ROTC program at Cristobal last
September, all drills, except
routine classworlt have been
conducted at Mount Hope Stad-
ium, in the Canal Zone, instead
of at the High School, which is
an area under the Jurisdiction of
the Republic of Panama.
First steps to remove the In-
convenience Involved in this a-
rrangement were taken by the
Alcalde of Colon following his
attendance at the first review of
the Cristobal Cadet Corps.
- As a result of his Interest In
the program particularly the
part of Panamanian citizens In
the Junior R.O.T.C, Alcalde Ba-
zan instituted through Dr. Car-
los N. Brin, Minister of Foreign
Affalrt, plans for drills to be
held at Cristobal High School.
The approval of the final a-
rrant;ement between the United
States and the Republic was se-
cured through Murray M. Wise.
Charge d'Affaires of fhe United
States Embassy.
Recreation Groun
Plans Dance Friday
Meeting Tonight
A meeting to determine the
program for the summer recrea-
tion Drogram will be held to-
nisht at the Diablo Gym.
This will be followed on Fri-
day by a dance at Diablo Tennis
courts, proceeds of the dance
will be used to buy trophies and
medals for the children to
stimulate competition during the
summer program. Door prizes.
Steudner's music, *nd a good
time pre offered oa Friday night
for 50 cents.
At tonight's meeting, the pub-
lic Is invited to offer suggestions
for the program.
She Never Sow
Such Language
CHICAGO, April 18, (UP)
Mrs. Doria Byart, 30, a deaf
mute, couldn't stand to watch
her husband's language.
She won a divorce from her
deaf mute husband yesterday
on grounds that his sign lan-
guage was abusive.
"He uttd language I never
saw before," the testified.
Oldlime Juvenile
Delinquent Back
In Trouble On CZ
Waiving preliminary hearing
on a charge of stealing two pro-
peller shafts, worth $242. 36-
year-old Percival Henderson was
held this morning for trial in
the District Court for grand lar-
ceny.
The two pieces of metal were
owned by Carlos J. Lauterbach
and were stolen March 27 from
the Canal bank near the Sea
Scout ship at Diablo where Lau-
terbach was working. Police were
led to Henderson when they lo-
cated the shafts in Panam City
where they had been sold for
$70.
Henderson for many years was
an outstanding Juvenile problem
in the Canal Zone. In the late
1920s he was regularly In trouble
with the police, but a number of
local Individuals and organiza-
tions came to his aid.
Today's appearance in court
was his first since 1942. In the
period between he had worked
until recently for the Army, but
at the time of his arrest was not
regularly employed.
PC-PRR Bond Purchases
At $109,743 For March
A total of $109,743.75 worth
of United States Savings Bonds
were purchased by Canal and
Railroad employees during
March, according to information
from the Finance Bureau.
The value of bonds purchased
by payroll deduction was $45-
112.50 and cash purchases a-
mounted to $64,631.25.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL It. 1931
Press Conference
Mixup Sparks New
UN Crisis in Korea
TOKLO, April 18 (UP)Viola-
tion of an off-the-record press"
conference here has caused an-
other crisis over the United Na-
tions policy in the Korean War.
Some 24 hours before General
Douglas MacArthur was dismis-
sed, Lt. Gen. Sir Harold Robert-
son, commander of the. British
Commonwealth cocupatlon for-
ces in Japan, confidentially pre-
dicted to reporters certain de-
feat for the United Nations ar-
mies In Korea unless United
Nations planes were permitted
to bomb Inside Manchuria.
His statement waa made pub-
lic by the American Press As-
sociation.
There is speculation litre at
to whether Robertson will bt
disciplined from London.
Workers Pay Last
Respects To Former
Leader Ernie Bevin
LONDON, April 18 (UP).
London's working men but
drivers, dockers, miners and
others for whom he fought all
his life gathered in front of
Golders Green crematorium hers
today to pay their last respects
to former Foreign Secretary
Ernest Bevin.
Almost all members of Ca-
binet attended except Premier
Clement Attlee, who Is hospi-
talized with an ulcer. He wal
represented by Mrs. Attlee.
Among the wreaths was one
of white lilies simple Inscribed
"United Nations" and another
inscribed "From some of the.
dockers."
i
Petain Suffers
Relapse In Prison
ILE DTEU. France, April 18
(UP)Ex-marshal Henry Philip-
pe Petain Is critically ill in his
island fortress prison here after
a relapse last night.
The wartime Vichy chief, wna
will be 95. contracted congestion
of both lungs 12 days ago. '
His condition la critical. f
:OR RENT:Two b*droom opart-
ment completely furnished screen-
ed, Gov. inspected, cool. Private
home to responsible couple with-
out children. No. 82 Porros Road,
Vio San Francisco. Phone 2-3688.
Special Price.
FOR SALE:Settee ond 2 chairs, all
bamboo S60.00. No. 62 Avenue
Mexico. Phone 3-4194, Apt. 24.
FOR SALE: 8 6 cu. ft. Frigidaire,
25 cycle. 50 lb. freezing compart-
ment, sjfj years guarantee remain-
ing. Phone 6-233.
FOR SALE:Diningroom set, Cowes
made $260; Refrigerotor Westing-
house, 2 n years used $200. House
561 I-D Dioblo.
FOR SALE:Luxurious bedroom set.
Originol price $650 a gift at $225.
No. 7, 34th Street.
FOR SALE: Large mirror, youths
bed. coffee table, mohogony teo
table, library table, inexpensive
dining set. Shrapnel, House 150
Prospect Street ana way street to
Quarry Heights.
ed Oy dlnoflagellates, five by dia-
toms and one by blue-green al-
gae.
Along the coast of California,
near La Jolla. red tides have bevn
noted in 1906, 1907, 1917. 1924,
1933 and 1935. The zone of dlf-
coloratlon at times has extended
fot three miles along the coa.it.
Why conditions arise suddenly
to favor the periodic multiplica-
tion of these organisms Is poor-
ly understood. In some cases an
Increase In phosphorus has bee a
observed, which may only be due
to the abundance of the organ-
isms themselves, and not a fac.or
In causing their multiplication.
During the Florida outbreak in
1946-47 all kinds of animals w?.
affected, and the "tide" extended
five to eight miles off shore. The
fish destruction lasted from No-
vember 1946 to March 1947 in dif-
ferent areas. The death of birds,
especially pelicans, was reported
but not confirmed. In July. 1947,
a second, even worse outbreak oc-
curred In the same place, with
the destruction of an estimated
two hundred million pounds of
fish.
Various theories have been
proposed to account for the
death of fish by poisons of dif-
ferent kinds and by oxygen de-
ficits in the water. No gross dis-
turbance of the Rills or internal
organs was noted by Galtsoff.
and .he most likely theory is
that a poison Is elaborated by
the plankton in which the dlno-
flagellates are predominant, for
fish die in from one to two days
after immersion in such water.
Extracts of red water can. If
concentrated, kill fish in less
than two hours. No deficiency in
oxygen content of water suffi-
cient to be detrimental to fish
was found in the affected area
in Florida.
There p* times be very
irritatinn odut associateu with
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant
quarters, hot water installation,
good locotion. Bella Vista 44th St.
No. 32, Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Furnished or unfurn-
ished two bedroom apartment. No.
9. 44th Street. Apply apartment
No. 2.
FOR RENT:Opportunity First closs
opartment, all furnished (including
refrigerator) $60.00 monthly. Ail
conveniences. Bus line l front.
Parkina drive-way. Poitilla Road
No. 121.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:___Furnished room with
or without board, to respectable
person. Bella Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest and nicest location.
FOR RENT: Very cool furnished
room, facing DeLesseps Park. Ap-
ply 105 Calle Estudime, corner of
"L" St.. Apt. "A," Ponomi.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Amtr-
icon home, near Ancon bus-stop,
to American woman. References re-
quired. Tel. Panomo 2^3067.
ROOM:Furnished bedroom for ba-
chelor, evry convenient. Informa-
tion entrance Lo Cresta, above
Cafe La Cito, Apt. 2, afternoons.
6 Europe Countries
Agree To Pool Coal
For Next 50 Yean
PARIS. April 18 (UP). Six
Western European governments
formally agreed today to pool
their coal and steel. industries
for at least 50 years In an ef-
fort to strengthen the free na-
tions' defense efforts and unite
Europe.
Foreign Ministers from France,
Germany, Italy, Belgium, Hol-
land and Luxemburg, repre-
senting 150,000.000 people, sign-
ed the 100-artlcle heavy industry
pact which bears the name of
French Foreign Minister Rob A
Schuman.
<
Long-term Investment
that pays daily dividends
Former President Of
Portugal Dead At 81
LISBON, April 18 (UP)
General Antonio Oscar de Fra-
coso Carmona, 81 president of
Portugal for almost a quarter
of a century, died here today
of uremia and a heart ailment.
Premier Antonio de Ollveira
Salazar and 'other cabinet
members were at the bedside
when the end came only a few
hours after Carmona had re-
ceived the last rites of the
Catholic church.
red tides, as occurred In Florida,
causing "sore throats" and
"colds" of short duration. Weak
solutions of copper sulfate, cal-
cium hypochlorlte. and free
chlorine ipr?vfd in the area af-
fected may h 'n cor ol the
phenomenon of the red tide to
some extenu
These days thoughtful people turn their minds
to the durability of things they purchase.
But it's rare when doing your duty turns out to be
the best way to satisfy your heart's desire.
That's what's so marvelous about this '51 Buick.
If you picked a car just for the lift it gives you
your pride in its poweror its generous comfort
you couldn't make a better choice.
But make note of this:
That gleaming new pusb-bar forefront, which
greets your eye with flashing beauty, contains 25
grille bars made of stamped steel, individually
mounted to "give" and come back unharmed.
Combined with a massive, wrap-around bumper,
fortressed by two stalwart "bumper bombs" and
two added uprights, it gives unsurpassed
protection.
Springs of stout spirated steel on all four wheels
let your wheels curtsey over bumps, while you ride
level as a lance. But they also need no servicing,
and breakage is virtually unknown.
Buick's great-powered engine is a Fireball, won-
drously lively and eager at the mere touch of your
toe but it also wrings extra power from every
drip of fuel, and has the mechanical perfection
II
that comes only from years of experience with this
basic design.
Dynaflow Drive gives you effortless smoothness of
controlbut it also eliminates clutch repair bills,
saves tires, eases strain on the whole driving
mechanism, from engine to differential.
The road-steady gait of a Buick assures relaxed
security and is also evidence that you have a
durable, deep-silled, X-braced frame beneath you.
However you check it, you'll discover this: Thm
things that make you yearn for a Buick on first
acquaintance, are the very same things that make
Buick such a smart long-time buy.
Better see your Buick dealersoon.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ri\GT. SEVEN
Canal Zone School Activities
C.H.S. News
By SANDRA HAMMOND
JM SOS MgS-^
been planned ior every day and nignt.
The place will be made public at a later date.
The InlUIUon ceremony of the ttalll and Scroll wh held
awaited pins.
and Sandra Hammond ^^__
swer them.
Sointment when they were
e R. O. T. C. review on
The school fullered a great dlsap
told they would be unable to see t
Thursday.
Because the reviewing party was unable to come the scheduled
time was used for company practice.
Voting for the new Teen-Age-Club officers was held Thurs-
day afternoon in u.e auditorium. Because such a low per cent o
he members voted the voting was held again on Friday.
Tne candidates who ran were Bob Bailey, Jackie Boyle, and
. lger tor treasurer. ________
The Rotary Club entertained the 21 Club with a lunche-
on ib? Straynr.r, Cub on ^; rhwyTere HaS
essay contest were annuounced at this time, rhey were Harry
Compton, who won first prise for his fMV n rtombia"
Albert Attia received second prixe fpr his essay on Colombia,
and Tom Kelley took third prise with his essay a'tu
The essays all rated honorable mention and every i ciud
members deserves credit for his effort.
Tho Basketball Invitational got underway early last week
with Cristobal High School having a winning streak
Winninit every tame, they were proclaimed of the tourna-
ment? when*they won the last game Thursday nigh against the
Cristobal All Stars 58 to 42. ^^
Thursday during the fourth P"*0* ^mude^et "SfK
In the library. On no, not for fun, for an aptitude test wnat a
test"Psychologically I don't see how It can even be graded but
It was one way to find out Juat what the seniors do know.
The art displays of Irma Lelgnadler and DJ."'en(MtcLaf|fen
caught many an eye and flattering remark during the Pft week.
These displays of original work earned them membership In the
National Art Honor 3ociety.
The library sported a "new look" last week Th* bulletin
board was adorned with cartoons pertaining to arte llbrar-
Um and books wnlch caused lots of laughs by the onlooklng
studenU.
Everyone has been admiring the ROTC. officers all
decked out with the new additions to their uniforms. II. didn t
take them long lo learn how to handle their sabres with that
military swinj, bot one cant blame them for wanting
to show off.
The nominating committee Is going to meet again this week
o re-elect the candidates for next year's S. A.
Friday the 13th! What a day. More Seniors, than usual, came
X) school win blooJ shot eye* and yawning from lack of sleep,
fhursday night the candles were burning late so those put it
iff Eng&h 12 students" could get their term papers finished and
ready to hand In.
The 4:40 train was packed with eager R. O T. C. cadetes and
their sponsors. They were more worried about It being rnoay
the 13 than anything else, but with only a years experience
they're tops!
College Corner
By Martha trvin
Since the present Is more Im-
portant than the past, let's start
of with a little advertising for the
play All you J.C. people are com-
ing, aren't you? For you wno
don't keep up with the times, It's
See How They Run," a farce
comedy by Phillip King. It was
produced on Broadway and Is now
^elng brought to the Canal Zone
by the Junior College with such
budding young Barrymores as
Frank Robinson, Anne Howze,
Tom Peterson, Jack Ray, Larry
Parks, Jim Orvls, Jerry Raymond
and Annie Nicholson in the cast.
The show Is full of laughs and
shoidd prove to be a good even-
ing's entertainment. 8A members
can get tickets for free from De-
ri Snodgrass or Martha Hook.
Tickets are being sold to the gen-
eral public at the Balboa Club-
house and will probably be sold
at the Diablo Theater tonight
and Thursday.
Now let's see all of you J C.
folks there at the play. The kids
In the cast have really been
working hard on It and we're suri
it will be worth going to see. So
get those tickets and come.
Now the basketball Jamboree
last week. The tournament was
quite a success with big crowds all
three nltes. The first night there
were eight teams competing, in-
cluding BHS, CHS, Working Boy3,
Cristobal Alumni. Army. Navy,
Marines and CZJC. That night
we played and beat the Marines.
So the second nite we were sche-
duled to play the Cristobal A-
lumni. Sorrowfully enough, tho,
we lost. The third nlte was a
play-off of the two remaining
teams for the championship, won
by Cristobal High School. It was
a really good tournament. Hope
there are lots more like It.
While we're still on the sub-
ject Of basketball, how 'about
you all coming to the game
this Friday night. It's our first
regular game, and our team
will be there In best of form,
and well be all decked out in
green and white, cheerleaders
and all. So grab your green and
white hat and make it a date.
Last Friday the Gama Chi
had their spring Initiation. That's
why Erna Belle McCarty, Cora
Gomes, Jackie Blau and, a bunch
of other Freshman" glr were all
dressed up In no make-up. short
skirts, and shoes. Mary Margaret
Dzevaltaskas really looked cute
with a knee-length skirt.
Well, after looking and feeling
silly all day, the girls had a nica
party Friday nlte. The party was
given by the Gamma Chi mem-
bers at Ann Dlvney's house, for
the new members and their dates.
The reason for the assortment
of groans and grins last Friday
was the grade cards which finally
came out. Frances Farrell surpris-
ed everybody and got A's.....
There are some wheo say It tent
Hoyle for the Phi Theta Kappa
President to be dangled by her
ankles___The Cristobal JC boys
are being kept busy by parties
over on the other side. Frank Ro-
binson hasn't caught up on nls
sleep for weeks.
Now don't forget tonight and
Thursday night, the play; Friday
night our basketball game.
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Imagine, just a mere 72 hours away (that Is, If you happen
to be glancing over this space of printed matter at the ap-
proximate hour of 8:15 p.m.) Is the banquet. And that time will
take to Its wings and as fast as a flash, tne thrill of the grandest
formal affair will be oursthe Juniors and seniors.
In order to prompt the "late" boys to get their dates, the
four members of the banquet committee, Mary Adelia Morley,
Bill Yerkes, Nancy Wells, and Clalr Oodby, visited junior and
senior homerooms last Wednesday. Carrying advertising signs,
they waddled Into each room and gave out with an Invitation In
both rhythm and rhyme for each boy to "bring his belle to the
Tlvoll Hotel on April 20." Nowhere's one plea I wish I dldnt
have to make but tor the minorityplease, watch your manners.
You probably wouldn't throw olives across the table at home
so why do It when you're out at a formal banquet. I Just know
that most of you never gave that a thought, but for this once
I have done something for the sake of that very small minority.
ROTCyeah! ROTCyeah! ROTCyeah! Yesthree
cheers for tne Balboa High School Reserve Officers Train-
ing Corps! Again the Balboa Boys have showed their super-
iority by taking all the honors in the Second Annual Held
Night This event was held In the Balboa Stadium the eve-
ning of Friday, April 13. I only wish that I too could award
the winners in the various competitions an Individual me-
dal, but as it is, I can only saycongratulations.
It seems that our Blue and Gold rivals from Cristobal High
School will be giving us a run for our money during the coming
basketball season, 'ihe fact to back this statement Is that the
Tigers came out on top In the Canal Zone Junior College Invita-
tional BasketDall Tournament. Although we didn't even make the
semi-finals, our boys sure made a great showing contrary to
beliefs of tne general public. Their game was a close and tussled
one and endea 43 to 42, Balboa being on the losing end. Rumors
say that we, Balboa High School, don't have It. Well, we're going
to prove how false those stories are when we play our game
next Tuesday night (that's one week from last night) against
the hosts oi the Invitational TournamentCanal Zone Junior
College.
li you're the type of person that needs reminding early, then
Jet down that above paragraph In an Important spot In your
mind. Also add that tne game will start at 7 p.m. and will be
played In the new Balboa gym. Come out and back our boys In
Dasketball. ,
Even our girls are keeping Balboa high In the sports field.
Last Wednesday the "A" League Softball All-Stars "licked the
daylights" (It may be poor phraseology, but It's the truth) out
oi the College feminine nine. The score30-4. However, on Sat-
urday the tables turned a little differently and it was the Bal-
boa "B" League that got skunked. This game was played against
Russia Claims Production Up
73 Per Cent On 5-Year Plan
CHARMING AMBASSA-
DRESSBarbara Grant, Yard-
ley's well known beauty spe-
cialist, will pay the Isthmus a
return vtelt this weekend.
Many people will remember
Barbara from last year and on
her second trip to Latin Ameri-
ca she has been dressed for her
tour by the London couture
houses so that she will feature
the very newest in the London
fashion world.
The beauty consultant will
be at Felix Maduro's downtown
store April 20-21.
Panama, 8 Others
Complete Wheat
Agreement Imports
WASHINGTON, April 18
(UBISNine of the 15 Latin
American countries that are Im-
porting members of the Inter-
national Wheat Agreement have
completed their Import quotas
for the present agreement year
ending July 31. according to the
U. 8. Agriculture Department.
The nine which have com-
pleted their quotas are Panama,
Bolivia. Cuba, Dominican Re-
public, Ecuador, El Ealvador,
Haiti. Mexico, and Nicaragua.
Those with balances remaln-
Crtetbal High School on the Atlantic Coast. The Blue and Gold | ,nR on tnelr 1950-1951 quotas are
were winners with a score of 11-3. But good ole "A" League kept
up their "work" and beat the Cristobal "A" League by three
runsthe score being 14 to 11. The next game Is scheduled for
next Wednesday when Balboa will again meet the Green and
White.
Because the softball game was being played on Wednesday.
US Air Force To
Pan American Day was celebrated by the school with an
assembly given by the 21 Club on Friday, second period.
A musical quiz of Latin songs played by Miss Keenan was
especially enjoyaole. Victor Mlzrachl represented the seniors, Roy
W lson the Juniors, Margaret Joudrey, the sophomores and
George Platkevlch fur the freshmen. The seniors won by two
poln'F.
The Cristobal High School Band dedicated "There's Some- IT-- British Bomber
thing About A Soldier" to the R.O.T.C. companies and wished I w*
them lots of luck.
Mr. Pinto gave the three winners of the essay contest their
awards, and Tommy Frey a prize for giving the best speech.
Mr. Slocum presented Mr. Grassau to the student body, who
in turn gave John Fahnestock and Yolanda Diez $25 war bonds.
Nellie Holgerson a $5 check and Martha Graham and Mary Ann
Hannlgan honorab'e mention for their outstanding leadership.
the Musical April Showers Program had to be postponed to Thurs- ; ^ DU.nei.
day afternoon. The program entitled "Your Drip Parade" was
just overflowing with BHS talent. Between numbers MC David
Albrltton garnished the program with his humor. Performers for
the afternoon included vocalists Merry Mallan, Fanny Hincapi,
Ann Stapler, Yvonne Kouppermann, Richard Harris, Mrs. Mays,
Ken Pitman, Joan Forbes, Gullianna Marlanl and Miss Vivian
Simmons.
Also the Instrumentalists received applause worthy of pro-
fessionals. They were Edgar and Oscar Kourany, Mildred Dame-
reau, Irwln Frank, Hellanna Filos, Mr. Victor Herr, and Minerva
ngulo.
The dancers also captivated awe from the audience as they
went through fancy foot routines. These performers were Miriam
Cornejo, Rosemary Hollander, Judy Crooks, Elkl Altman, and
Stewart Fahrega.
Thro3sout the entire week of April 9 to 13 (last week)
both homerooms and classes paid tribute to Pan-American Week.
Displayed under the clock were the flags of the 21 American
nations. Aside from Just decorating bulletin boards, and display-
ing Latin American dolls, books, pictures, etc., groups of sopho-
more girls decided upon celebrating Pan-American Week In the
best feminine way possible. They, therefore, set aside Friday,
the day before Pan-American Day, as the day on which they
would wear Jewelry and clothes only from the Americas. Miriam
Cornejo topped the list by wearing trinkets and apparel from
eight countriesPanam, Mxico, Guatemala, Nloaragua, Costa
Rica, Chile, Argentina, and the United States. Kay Cross and
Diane Skinner followed a close second representing seven coun-
tries each. ....
Frankly, I believe If more students and adults took an
active interest in recognizing Pan-American Day and other
days of that nature, there would be less hate and the fear
of war among humans that exists today.
Also in honor of Pan-American Day, the American Legion
Auxiliary sponsored a radio program broadcast over APRS on
Saturday evening. Three BHS students participated on this pro-
gram. They were Helen Barr, Bill Dawson, and Bill Altman.
Through some very well publicized material, I have noticed
that our neighbors, the Canal Zone Junior College, are staging
a play "See How They Run." If you're Interested in an evening
of enjoyment, I advise that you see this production.
Post ScriptThere are but 29 more class periods to go and
only two more weeks till the end of this grading period. Have
you completed all your assignments up till the present date? If
not, you had better hurry. Remember, time waits for no one.
Brazil, with 4,941,000 bushels re-
maining; Costa Rica with 58,000
bushels: Guatemala, with 9,oou
bushels: Honduras, with 147,000
bushels; Per, with 198,000 bus-
hels; and Venezuela, with 730,-
MOSCOW. April 18 (UP)
Russia says its production has
soared 73 per cent above the 1943
level with the completion of the
first Five Year Plan since World
War II.
A 32-page Government report
says this plan, the fourth Five
Year Plan since the system wos
started in 1928. has been ful-
filled In four years and three
months.
However no actual production
figures are given.
The report says the war-
ravaged Industries have been
completely rehabilitated. Pro-
duction in the coal and oil fields,
ruined under German occupa-
tion, has exceeded prewar levels.
The output of steels, metals,
electrical energy and other basic
industries has surpassed plan-
ned targets.
The report said 40 per cent of
the total o otuput comes from
the eastern regions. Including
Siberia, compared with only 12
per cent from that area In 1949.
Food production, especially
meat and fish, has leaped.
The report claims agriculture
across Russia Is almost entirely
mechanized, helped bv the pro-
duction of 536.000 tractors and
93.000 combines since the war.
The railroad Industry has
jumped 121 per cent over the
prewar figure. The report says
new railroads have been built
In Northern Russia and in Cen-
tral Asia Highways have also
been vastly Increased. Listed are
9,920 miles of new asphalt roads,
Including a 1,000 mile highway
between Moscow and the Black
Sea coast.
The reports concedes the pro-
duction of machine parts and
materials fell short of needs
under the nation's expandina
economy.
It mentions In particular that
electrical equipment, cutting
presses and oil machinery are
needed.
Production of construction
machinery exceeded the 1940
level but fell three per cent be-
low the target.
There were- some failures too
in light industries, though they
are still reported above prewar
figures.
The report says Five Year
Plan totals for cotton and shoes
also had not been met.
Manpower employed In d-
dustry rose to 39.000,000 {- an
Increase of 7,700,000 since 1940.
The report says there Is so
unemployment In Russia.
Venezuela has announced that
orders for Imports under the
agreement for the year begin- by May 15.
nlng August 1 must be filed with
the National Supply Commission
A Barrel 4'.
Of Luck
SYRACUSE, New York, April
18 (UP)^- The opening of New
York's trout season this past
weekend brought the usual
number of fish stories. But nana
so amusing or profitable
as the one told by Walt Perkins
of Syracuse. ____
Perkins was fishing at Skane-
ateles Lake Casting from
shore when he felt a sudden
tug on his line. After much eN
fort while other fishermen
stood by and watched he fin-
ally landed his catch ... a dis-
carded 30-gallon whiskey bar-
rel.
There was a roar of laughtejr
as the Syracuse angler brohe
open the barrel. But Perkins
had the last laugh. Inside was
a 12-pound rainbow trout.
It's believed the rainbow en-
tered the barrel as a small fish,
through the one and one-half
Inch bunghole. During the year's
it had grown, waiting for a
fisherman like Perkins f?3o
come along and make Just ana
lucky cast. 'J
Lost Your Waller,
Lady? Why Yes,
Thanks, Driver!
Diogenes can stop looking. Tha
Canal Zone police have found
an honest man.
Late yesterday afternoon Aug-
ustus Manrique of Panama City,
a chauffeur on a bus owned by"
Nrian Singh, found a billfold on
the floor of his bus.
The wallet contained $59.85 In
cash, papers and other Identi-
fication issued to Mrs. Margaret
Stubblefield. Gorgas Hospital
clerk. He turned his find over to
police at the Balboa station.
A little later her money and
papers were back the possession
of Mrs. Stubblef leld who had not
realized she hda lot the wallet
until police notified her that It
had been found.
Saturday nignt was the scene of a Gala r.ffalr at the Cris-
tobal "Arena." Tne Olympic Hop went Into full swing at 7:30.
When clocks stiuck eight the Queen's Court, Jane Compton
escorted by Rick Sullivan. Helen Klssam escorted by Bob Bailey,
Sandra Hammond escorted by Tom Jordan, Nancy Kaufer es-
corted by Vernon Bryant and Queen Patricia escorted by Sport's
King Willam Blackburn entered the arena to take their places
on the throne.
The girls dressco In various shades of blue and carrying
>ellow flowers made a perfect frame for the Queen's golden gown.
10:30 came much toe quickly and everyone was sorry to see such
a gr.cd thing end. Much praise Is owed to the Girl's Varsity Club
for a wonderful dance.
Irma Lclgnadlei, Virginia Fahle, Marian Dlcrlckson. Diane
McLaren and StenUanie Mllburn were Initiated into the National
Art Honor Society at a candlelight service Sunday evening in the
household Arts Room.
The service was conducted by the old members, Andrew Lim.
Rita Fisher, and Sandra Hammond. Miss Worrel gave the pledge
after which Mr. Beck gave the Invocation.
A buffet supper wa enjoyed by the members and their pa-
rents after the Initiation.
Yesterday the American Problems class and the members of
the FTA enjoyed an Intellectual day of visiting at Palo Seco, Co-
lozal Hospital, Gorgas Lab, the Panama Museum, the University
of Panama and El Panama where they had lunch.
The trip started at 8:30 AM. when the bus left the high
school and ended aoout 7:30 that evening.
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LONDON, April 18. (LPS).
The United States Air Force Is
to replace the Tornado, a four
englned Jet bomber, with the
British Canberra twin englned
jet bomber. This has Juat been
officially announced in Wash-
ington and It is stated that pro-
duction of the Tornado planes
will now cease.
at rom
SERVICE
...
This British warplane has
been designed by the English
Electric Company and will be
manufactured In the U. S. by
the Glenn Martin company. It
has been chosen after trials In
preference to" a three englned i
Jet bomber designed by this
American company.
The highest speed of which
this British plane is capable has
not been revealed. But aviation
experts believe that it Is slight-
ly more than the 550 miles per;
hour attained by the American
Tornado bombers.
Our wonderful basketball team plays Junior College Friday
night In the first .nterschool game of the season.
The game will m held In Balboa so plan now to go!
SENIORS: ONLY 31 MORE SCHOOL DAYS TILL
ATION!
GRADU-
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Fate To Be Discussed
Final disposition of the Paci-
fic Sailfish Club will be discus
sed Saturday at a meeting of
the Club's Board of Directors.
The meeting will be held at 2
p.m. at the Club.
In financial difficulties for
some time, the club was operat-
ed on a limited basis from mid-
October until March 9 when it
closed Its doors.
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UNCHEON AND SHOWER
COMPLIMENTS MRS. DELANET, JR.
Mrs. H. I. Delaney. Jr.. was the honoree at a surprise
shower and luncheon fiven by Mrs. A. S. Baker at her home
on the Coco Solo Naval Station, Monday.
The sifts were presented in a decorated carriage. Lunc-n-
"on as served at individual tables centered with baby cups
HIed *ith flowers.
Leith-Cardoze Engagement
.{MHDunced
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leigh ol
CWt&l announce the engagement
uf fiieir daughter, Ann, to Will-
iam A. Cardoze, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Cardoze of Panama.
Th announcement was made
Sunday at a family luncheon at
Hou-1 El Panama.
ltd date has been set for the
wedclng.
"The other guests were: Mrs. H.
I. Dclanev. Sr., Mrs. Hugh Mc-
Lellan, Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld,
Mrs J. D. Vieceill. Mrs. C. II.
Brandt, Mrs. Mason Morris, lr.,
Mrs F. W. Cottrell, Mrs. R. C.
Ray, Mrs. F. C. Roepke, Mrs. D. C.
Mandevllle, Mrs. R. A. Flndley,
Mrs. A. S. Pederson and Mrs. O.
L. Andrus.
Dinner Party for
Mr. and Mrs. O'Hearn
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. O'-
Hearn enjoyed visiting with a
group of former friends at a din-
ner given Monday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Frank L. Scott at their
Coln residence.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Hearn were on
the Isthmus for a brief stopover
en route to San Francisco to visit
their son, John C. O'Hearn.
Miss Davis
Arrives for Wedding
Miss Ruth Anne Davis, of Ne\v< and Mrs. E. C. Cotton,
Straitsville, Ohio, arrived by
plane Monday evening and Is th
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. N.
E.P..rker in Colon.
Miss Davis and Mr. Richard El-
liott Parker will be married at a
private ceremony this evening at
the American Bible Society Build -
lng.
Stag Party for Mr. Parker
A group of friends entertained
with a stag dinner party at the
Oun Club for Mr. Richard Elliott
Parker. They presented him a 400
day clock as a wedding present.
Those present were: Messrs
Jack Brayton, Louis Palmer. Hai -
ry Wltt^ Robert Parker. Dona'd
Parker. Albert Terwlllger, Jimmy
Wainlo, M. K. Bailey, Hugh Tho-
mas Jr.. Irl Sanders. Jr., Joseph
Zemer,LeRol Leeser, Russell Par-
sons and C. B. Mcllvalne.
Surprise Bon Voyage Party
Mrs. Raymond Ralph, of Oa-
tun. was hostess for a surprise
patty given Monday evening by
the members of the Rhoda and
Dorcas Links of the Auxiliary of
the Oatun Union Church to com-
pliment Mrs. Fred Ebdon who Is
leaving next month to reside in
the States.
The ladles pave Mrs. Ebdon a
piecr of Swedish crystal as a bon
voyage gift. Canasta was played
during the evening.
Those who participated in the
gift and party were: Mrs. Btbal
McDermltt. Mrs. Howard Muni'3,
Mrs' Frank Wolf. Mrs. Curtis
George Mrs. Emerson Cottre'l,
Mrs. E. E Stern. Mrs. Fred Wil-
lowjhby. Mrs. J. W. L. Graham,
Mrs-J. A. Cunningham. Mr^.
Frank Estes. Mrs. R. R. Gregory.
Mrs.J. W. B. Hall. Mrs. Semen
Therlot, Mrs Gilbert Owen and
Mrs. Joseph Vandergrift.
Alken this evening at the Coco
Solo Chapel.
Mrs. Wayne Burt and sons,
Philip and Steven left by plane
Monday for a visit with her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Max-
well of Anderson, Indiana. Lt.
and Mrs. Burt are now residing
at Farfan but were residents ol
Gatun before Lt. Burt was recall-
ed to duty.
Mrs. V. A. Roemer, of Palm
Beach, Fia., arrived Saturday to
visit Mrs. Doris A. Jackson of the
Coco Solo Naval Station.
Informal Dinner Party
Miss Rosalie Jones was hostess
for an informal dinner party giv-
en at her quarters for Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Roades who are leav-
ing on April 25 for a visit In Chi-
cago, Cincinnati, New York and
Dallas, Texas.
Also present at the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howard.
Visitors Entetrained
with Family Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Prag?r,
of Berkeey, Caifornia, with their
pp.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome F.
Praeer of Baboa were the dinner
guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Anthor>y
Fernandez Tuesday evening.
The other members of the fa-
mly who were present were: Mr.
Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. French and Mrs. Chares H.
Peterson.
Little Theater to Present
"For Love or Money"
"For Love or Money." a smash
comedy hit, will open at the Cris-
tobal Little Theater Saturday
evening under the direction of
Carol Rice.
The cast of characters presents
Cathy Barber as Janet Blake and
Walter McCracker as Preston
Mltchel, In the title roles. Other
mebers of the cast Include: Fran
Orvls. who plays Nlta Havemeyer,
Jim Fernandez as Bill Tremahie
with Grace Williams and Rog?r
Orvls as Mr. and Mrs, Tremalne,
with Betty Duncan and John L.
Williams as the servants.
Tickets are now on sale at Su-
rany's and the Margarita Flo-
rist's.
Departures and Arrivals
Mrs. Charles Connors, aunt of
Miss Shirley Slgman. and Mrs.
Myrtle Wolfe arrived MondBy
from Washington, Pa., to visit
"Merrily, Merrily"
To Be Presented at Y.M.C.A.
The annual dance recital of
the pupils of the Madge Locke
dancing classes on both sides of
the Isthmus will be presented
Friday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m. Ill
the auditorium of the Bolivar Y.
M.C.A. Tickets are on sale by al!
members of the class at 50 cents
each.
The show will be In three acts
"Morning by the Zulder Zee." "In
the Forrest" and "The Circus.'
The novelty production will be
beautifully costumed and the
backdrops will be painted by
Miss Locke.
Birthday Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Wenceslao Gaitan
entertained with a dance and
buffet supper for their daughter,
Yolanda, to celebrate her birth'
day anniversary.
The guests included: Mr. and
Mrs. Gilberto Young, Mr. and Mrs
Laurencio Jan. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Antonio Phalosinos, Mr. and Mrs
Alonzo Osses, Misses Marlene
Peacock, Esther Estrella. Josell-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Slgman of [na Oses. Finita Correa. Gioconda
Coco Solo and attend the wedding and Dolly Apolayo, Veira Villalaz,
of .Miss Slgman and Sergeant Fy Vilma Slguero. Judith Mendiz,
TROPICAL
TOMORROW
AND yOU HANG
YOUR CHANCE Of
PROVING ME A
FARE-
1H GMAUST 1RI)[
ADVENTURE fVFR 10LD!
_^^__ Samuel Fuller *

"Baron -Arizona
Vi\a\T Proof- ELLEN DREW
. i
t R AI I IN '! v \
Vfflfcu?Ss&ara3BI
Vllma Rosanla, Ella Pulgar, Yo-
landa and Blanca Beverhoudt,
Irma Conoan, Pica Guardia, Ze-
nia and Cacsl Villar. Tita Ortega,
Aurita Hepburn, Gloria Obalrtia,
Amir.ta Linares, Gabby Mndez,
and Messrs Lalln Fabrega, Alva-
ro Vlllanueva, Frank Diera. Sam-
uel Rodriguez, Rene Buscanante,
Jim Munden, Sebastian PreciiUo,
Roberto, Ricardo and Pachlto
Vlllalaz, Jose Antonio Cuevas,
Oscar Bejarano, Foti Caravelia,
Bobby Buello, Jaco Garcia, Lucho
Reyna, Pochl Carles, Bob Rosa-
nla, Carritos Ibaez, Marco Fer-
nandez, Jaime Plcard, Efraln Cal-
vlno, Jr., Jackie Pescod, Manuel
Nino, Lackey and Nico Costeran-
go and Juan Diaz.
Birthday Celebration
A group of friends met at the
Fort Gulick N.C.O Club Bonday
evening to honor Corporal Harry
J. Durnel on his 23rd birthday an-
niversary.
Cristobal Men's Fellowship
Meeting
The Men's Fellowship of the
Cristobal Union Church will miet
this evening at 7:30 at the
church, with Rev. J. W. L. Gra-
ham as guest speaker. All men of
the parish are invited to attend.
Birthday Supper Party
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Martin ar-
ranged a buffet supper at their
home In Old Cristobal to compli-
ment their daughter, Yvonne, on
her 17th birthday anniversary.
The guests were: Misses Daiys
Apolayo, Veyra Vlllalez. Loiita
and Marieta Qulroz. Helen and
May Tai; t -opolus. Aleere Beraha,
Gloria Mizrachl. Dorothy de Cas-
tro, Agrlplna Menendez and the
sisters of the honoree Miss Jean-
nette and Miss Germalne Mar-
tin and Mr. Sam Foreman.
ISTHMIAN DATA
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ER8KINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Marriage Licenses
AMANTINE. Albert Ambrose.
20. of Gamboa, to WILLIAMS,
Fermina Wllhelmlna, 18, of Pa-
nama.
HOLGUIN, Francisco, 33. of La
Boca, formerlvof Manta, Ecua-
dor, to GONZALEZ, Maria, 28, of
Panama.
HOLLYWOOD(NEA) Mo-
vies Without Popcorn:
Mood music is back on the mo-
vie lots and Shelley Winters has
it.
What was good enough for
Gloria Swanson, Lilian Glsh and
Pola Negrl In the silent days Is
lust the ticket In 1951 for Shelley,
by heck.
While Director George Sher-
man gives Instruction to Richard
Conte on the set of "Fiddler's
Green," Shelley bends an ear to
a portable gramaphone and re-
cord of "I'm Always Chasing
Rainbows." But the soulful look
vanishes from the blond beauty's
orbs as the camera starts whir.
"How do I look In this sweat-
er?" Shelley asks, squinting past
the strong lights. "I gotta put a
little sex appeal Into this picture.
Look, they put rubber lifts on my
heels. Hey, they can't do that to
me! I'm a nolsv-type actress.

There's an echo of the era of
puttee directors and the crank
camera on the set of Fox's "Anne
of the Indies," too.
Jean Peters, disheveled and
grimy as a lady pirate, is outdo-
ing Pearl White and Ruth Ro-
land, tfifl
Fireman stand around with ex-
tlngllshers while special effects
men set fire to the sails of Jean's
ship. Smoke pours over the top
structure, mounted on a hydrau-
lic lift to stimulate the oceans"
roll, and fiery, flaming pieces of
canvas fall all around the star.
A visitor congratulates Jean
on her iron nerves and tells her
he looks like a cross between
Jane Russell and Faith Domergue
in her costume.
"Wrong," laughs Jean, ex-
panding her chest and striking a
derrlng-do pose. "I look Just like
Tyrone Power."
Eleanor Parker, Kirk Douglas
and Horace Mac Mahon are the
principals rehearsing a scene for
"Detective Story" at Paramount.
Director William Wyler huddless
before the players and listens to
Eleanor, in the role of Kirk's wife,
confess tearfully to a closed
chapter In her past life.
I tiptoe around the New York
precinct station set, lalthfully
duplicated down to actual police
files on the desks. Even the
Births
GORDON. Mr. and Mrs. Hur-
vln A., of Colon, daughter, April
14. Colon Hospital.
GARCIA. Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo,
of Colon, son, April 14, Colon Hos-
pital.
Deaths
KNOTT, Vincent H., 41, of Pa-
nama, April 16, Gorgas Hospital.
Writ; %r D>MM si MMtKl FUIU rrodue*! b> CML K. HITTLCMM
fitter i***) *l '*> *A| Haw A Dsavty CofpwaMn Prtdactea Mtntt 6i Layer) Return, lac
Lake Runoffs Were
Double Normal
During Dry March
The runoff from the Gatun
Lake Basin during March was tne
highest on record since the for-
mation of Gatun Lake, and tne
Madden Lake Basin runoff was
the highest for March since run-
off records were started in 1899,
according to the monthly report
of G. E. Matthew, Chief Hydro-
grapher.
The Gatun Lake Basin runoff
of 6.275.000,000 cubic feet was 119
per cent above the average for
March: and the Madden basin
runoff was 140 per cent above av-
erage for the month.
Rainfall was below average
during the month at all stations
along the line of the Canal ex-
cept Pedro Miguel, where a local
shower on March 30 brought 1 51
Inches of rainfall In 2-Y hours,
the total recorded at that station
for the month.
Rainfall at other stat Ions
measured .60 at Cristobal. 1.08
; inches at Gatun, and .34 at Bai-
boa Heights.
Temperatures were also slight-
ly below normal, with a monthly
j mean of 78.8 at Cristobal, (2.1 de-
grees below normal) and 80.5 de-
!grees at Balboa Heights, (.9 de-
I grees below normal.)
Senior Traffic Cop
To Leave CZ Force
Luther Fleming, senior traffic
officer for the Balboa district of
the Canal Zone police has resign-
ed from the force, his resignation
to be effective May 1.
He has accepted a position as
Safety Director for the 15th Na-
val District.
A native of Alabama, he came
to the Isthmus In 1938 and serv-
ed two years here with the 33rd
Infantry.
He Joined the Zone police force
In 1940 and has been senior traf-
fic officer in Balboa for about
two years.
Imported
Canned Hams
PER
DREWS
KRAKVS &
ATALANTA BRAND
are offered by
TACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phone 1000 Coln
Wanted for Murder" posters are
the McCoy.

The clank of movies swordplay
shatters the air on the set of
Allied Artists' "The Hlghwav-
man"-the film version of the
famous Alfred Noyes poem.
Wanda Hendrlx stands by In her
barmaid costume while Philip
Friend, Dan O'Herllghy and Vic-
tor Jory Jab and thrust against
the background of a torture dun-
geon. During the scene, charact-
er actor Cecil Kellaway Is ac-
cidentally slashed across the
cheek.
"Goodie," says a youngster In a
cowboy outfit who's watching the
scene with his mother. "Real
Blood!"

Acrobats, jugglers, unicyclers
and animal trainers are in the j
background on a backstage set
for "The Stooge" as Dean Martin,
Jerry Lewis, Polly Bergin and
Marion Marshall go thorugh their
paces.
Dean Is a warbler In the come-
dy and Jerry Is a composite of
every vaudeville stooge who ever
heckled a headllner. When I ask
Jerry how he feels about the box
office wonder that "At War With
the Army" has turned out to be,
he says:
"I pray it should keep on like
this I'm afraid I'm gonna wake
and it's all gonna be a dream.
We'll be back In that Spanish
Joint In New York, Dean with his
old nose and me flat broke."
The palms are swaying on
Fox's sound stage occupied by
"Friendly Island," as Director
Edmund Gouldlng analyzes a
dramatic sequence for Gloria de
Haven BUI Lundlgan. Mitzl Gay-
nor and David Wayne. Any min-
ute I expect to see Ezlo Pinza and
Mary Martin pod out from behind
a breadfruit tree and lock hands
for a.reprise of "Some Enchant-
ed Evening."
Hollywood cutes have been
wrapped In sarongs for their na-
tive girl roles and I hear one of
them complain to an assistant
director:
"All I get Is sarong parts. I
graduated from Emerson High
and now I'm trying to graduate
from Ball High."
LUX-TOMORROW
beloved Mr*-
M-G-M presents
GREEK WALTER
ARSQN-PIDGEQN
"The Miniver
Story
JOH LEO
HODIAK GENN
CO IKIIlll
PLEASE DO NOT TELL THE DRAMATIC ENDOW!-
CATHY DDONNELL RECALO OWEN
Boy Seoul Council
Gives PC Officials
Friendship Badges
Friendship badges were pre-
sented to three Canal official* by
the local International Boy
Scout Council of the Canal In re-
cognition of the part they played
In the organization of the local
International Boy Scout program
three years ago.
The local council now Includes
600 boys.
Alfred Osborn, the first Presi-
dent of the local organization,
presented the badges to Gover-
nor Newcomer. Colonel Richard-
son Selee, Civil Affairs Director
and Dr. Lawrence Johnson, Su-
perintendent of Schools, In a ce-
remony in the Governor's Office
yesterday morning.
Members of the local Interna-
tional Boy Scout Council of the
Canal Zone who took part in the
ceremony were William Jump,
President, H. W. Rerrle, First Vice
President. Raymond George,
Scout E-#icutlve and H. D. Per-
kins, Chairman of the Pacific
District.
The friendship badges were
presented to Canal officials In re-
cognition of the Initiative taken
In arranging for a Scout pro-
gram for boys in the Canal Zone
who are not United States na-
tionals and therefore, not eligible
for membership In the Boy Scouus
of America, and in appreciation
of the help and support given the
local organizations since Its
founding.
The awards were authorized by
Colonel J. S. Wilson, Director of
the International Boy Scout Bu-
reau In London.
Major Halliean
To Address Rotary
Major E. G. Halllgan, Radiolo-
gical Engineer of the U8ACARIB
will be the guest speaker at the
regular Cristobal-Colon Rotary [
Club luncheon meeting tomorrow
at the Strangers' Club.
Major Halllgan has been as-
signed to the Radiological De-
fense of the United States Army
since the beginning of the Man-
hattan Atom Bomb project and
he was the Executive Officer of!
the Radiological Defense Section
at Bikini during the experlnwn- i
tal explosions of the Atom Bomb. |
At present Major Halllgan |
heads the Radiological Defense
Section of the Panama Area Da-
mage Control School.
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[Panama \^anal (clubhouses
Showing Tonight
BALBOA
Air-Conditioned
CIS A *:
Humphrey BOGART Gloria GRAHAM!
"IK A LONELY PLACE"
Also Showing ThturwUjft
COCOLI
:15 7:55
(Thursday)
William BENOIX Una MCBKO,
"KILL THE UMPIRE"
GAMBOA
T:M P. H.
Louis CALHERN Ann HARDING
'The Magnificent Yankee"
Thursday "COLT .tS-
MARGARITA
CIS Ca 8:33
(Thursday)
Clifton WEBB Myrna LOT
CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN'
CRISTOBAL
Alr-('nndl|iiinad
:15 8:0
William HOLDEN Nancy OLSOK
"UNION STATION" '
Also Showing Thursday I
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TOMORROW
AT 9:00 P. M.
THE
ACADEMY AWARD
PICTURE OF THE
YEAR
flj? Winner of BWkWtkWkWhuStmy Awvds^
W Including ^
Y. BIST PICTURE OF THI YEAR J
^ BEST DIRECTOR & SCREENPLAY VS
%ti to Joseph L Mankiewicz W
^jk and ths Irving Thalbarp, Memorial Award J?
> Darryl f. Zanuck, the producer i
"All ABOUT EVI"
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Joseph Cotten Ingrld Bergman
- in -
"UNDER CAPRICORN"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
Dramallc. A passionate Love... I
LUX THEATRE
Behind the headlines o ih"t
front line GUYS I
FIRST on the
SCREEN I

BELLA VISTA
MUSICAL
UNFINISHED
DAMCE
"!>
Margaret O'BRIEN
CYD CHAMSSC KARIN I00TH
ad MnaMaf
IkV ^ DANNY THOMAS'
t.M m I CECILIA Theatre I
Greed!... Burning Hate I... Mystery I...
"THE CURSE OF THE UBANGI"
Also: John Cal vert. In
"APPOINTMENT FOB MURDER"
with Catherine Crali
TRO PICAL JUST ONE DAY!.
Frank Sinatra -- Ricardo Montalbn, in
"BANDIT KISS"
ENCANTO
Air Conditioned
JAMES STEWART
Brbara Hale, in
"THE JACK POT"
Clifton Webb, in
"For Heaven's Sake"
TIVOLI
BANK $1*00 Caah Freel
At S and p.m. Also:
"THE PALEFACE*
Plus: -
"TYCOON*
CAPITOLIO
ROBERT MITCBUM
- in -
"DESIRE ME"
- Plua: -
"Ladrn de Bicicletas'
VICTORIA
"FLASH GORDON'S TRIP
TO MARS"
Chapters 10 and 11
"SUDAN" and _
"VENGEANCE RAipg&8"_


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1951
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor News
And
Comment
The House Built Upon a Rock
PJtOADWAT SOLILOQUY
I ttU myieif a thousand times a day
That we have said out permanent goodbye,
Good riddance to a foolish love, I say
And now my eyes will stay securely dry;
No more I'll cater to each vagrant mood
And whim of yours, as I old In the past
I'll merely look upon this Interlude
As something that was never meant to last.
I'll purr with satisfaction when I think
Our parting was a happy circumstance,
And I shall smile at all the drops of ink
I wasted in recording our romance...
Yet if It's true we're better off apart'
Why doe. the scent of bjgggg,pTrHIH.
By Victor Riesel
you would never have gues-
sed from President Truman s
demeanor at a special war mo-
bilization strategy session in tne
White House April 8 that ne
waS wrestling with the most
dvnamite-pacaed de:islon of his
Kent Presidency. It was
only a day later that some o
?h7 labor men with him that
gtfernon realized that he had
vn them one hint that h*
would soon need their wlft
SUTheyt-had been talking some-
what bitterly for a while about
wages and how to hammer down
The cost of living when the
President turned to them and
S^u 'now?&* that we've
got to get these things resolved
quickly. We will have so many
difficult thingi to cope with
"Then he listened for another
hour. The labor chiefs, referring
to the mobilizing powers of
Celeb. About TownT Met Opera chief Rudolf Bing being fin- Charles Wilson told^ Mr. Tru-
.,it.H at 7n rnmmhus Ave For citizenship papers. (Who man he couian t aomciu*
l TICOS AUUUl "U. v,***.. w..-.------------------a
eer-prlnted at 70 Coiumbua Ave. For citizenship papers,
needs him?)... Lelund Hayward (co-prop of ."Mr Roberts ) un-
happy over the Reutcr's dispatch that the long-time hit (which
was Riven gratis to the A. Forces) Is banned In Germany Watch
Btn Joe McCarthy go after that one... Garbo at Theodores
ignoring the calorics as she devours JnocchL (Pertaters)... Ger-
tie Lawrence unlaxing after her ."King and I" show-stoppage via
Joe Bushkln' chues at the Embers... Francis Costello sUdlng
into a balcony pew at the Globe, to see "The Great Missouri Raid
-about the Jesse James outlaws... Wlnthrop (the Jolly good)
Rocketeller at La Vie En Rose... Morton Downey at the circus
heckling Toot* Shot. "Hey, you forgot yer Trunk! ...
Sallies In Our Alley: Down at Eddie Condon's a group dis-
cussed the rumor that Awesome Welle., the Magnificent
Ham, wa* uer.uadej to come home from Yurrop by a Broad-
way producer... "Did the producer offer to pay his back
taxes?" someone wondered... "Nah," quipped Eddie, 'just
promi.ed to keep Orson's mirror, clean"... About Truman.
threats to punch five note., Denis James suggest Harry go
after Durante and get it all done at once.
'Momos of a Mirtnlgher: G. P. Putnam at Sons, publishers, are
circularizing all the Duke of W's friends. So that none will neglect
ordering "A King j Story." The limited edition will cost them
$1000 the copy... Its a hlmage for the Gary (tvi Flemings at
Beth Israel Hosp. Mother Is Bettlna Edwards, recently in Peep
Show" .. Welch's Grape Juice, now In the wine biz, debuts with
it first sweet wine May 10... A top ad exece in the mag world
(not. Hearst owned) staged a riot which police hushed here. Nasty.
drunk brawl filled will, hatred and prejudice. Long Island papers
hac- It... No Sissy Stuff: Scott Douglas, ballet dancer at the Met,
Is a former G-man... No Tears Dep't: "W. W. Quits Washington
Times-Herald" an item of 10 years ago... "W. W. Back in Wa-
shington In Washington Post" an Item of April 18,, 1950.. .From
the current Issue of lime magazine, page 79: "The Times-Herald
had lallen behind rivals in circulation and advertising increases.
Nice Story Dep'i: Dolly Miller, a show girl (long at the Dia-
mond Horseshoe), a member of the WACS during the war and
once a student at Miami L'., fell and broke her spins in Havana.
She i now In a cast at a hospital there, thank, to the wonderful
trancen who are paying the bills. The accident happened March
14 The entire cast of the Sans Soucl and Tropicana (Havana)
took charge, recruiting all the dealers, .tick-men and croupiers
in the various casino.... Dolly want, how-dolls Ann Pace and
Dorothy Pinto (especially) to know. She wants letters. Her
addres is Calle IV No. 1004. Vedada, Havana, Cuba... To our
Havana reader.: Gracia* Amigos! Salud!
The Broadway Tinker: Hildegarde is cleaning up on tour,
playing all the t.ie.itre. dark since Kath Cornell toured with
"Barretts." One-nighters... How influential are critics? 14
Hours" got rave notices lrom all of them, but he Astor closed Its
bale because of poor biz... Tonl Arden has beeng signed for the
Berle Sinastia, Conic Durante and Martin & Lewis tv programs.
Three Harvard boy* attracted gendarmes' attention with their
Satdte night wild affairs in a Park Ave. (in the 10s) apt .. Decca
expeits predict Eileen. Wilson's "I Won't Cry Anymore" will sell
a million dies in 60 days... The Jamaica racetrack people say
they failed to handic over a million more in wagers last Satdee
(wher 52.000 or more Jammed the place) because many just
couldn't get a bet down at the $2 windows.
The Big Time: Pi of D. Manning White's thesis in Editor 4c
Publisher last week .. "King. Row," a king size adult wrap opry
n CBS... Enzo Oe Mola's baritune. on the Joe Franklin WJZ-
t*er. The Quinterna at the Copa City lounge... Johnny Park-
er's "Can't Seem lo Laugh Anymore" via Steve Allen's program.
Susan Peter', acting on her daytime tv .erial... The Rosner
frere (piano-violin> playing their own "Melanie" at the Polon-
aise Phil Regan. 6abbath NBCer... Johnny Gilbert's torch-
anting of "Got You Off My Hands. Can't Get You Off My Mind."
at Sparky's... And the 58-minute Kefauver films. Packed with
lightning.
Time. So.. Confetti: In her new book, Pearl Buck describes
one of the women: "She accepts sex In exactly the same way she
enjoyed a cut of tea." (Mlt or mltout lemon? >... A NY Post movie
natice: "...His ray-un paralyzes the will of anyone It hits, and
who*c megacephalv is most unpleasant." (O, we dunno. As meg-
accphalles go it wam't so bad, podnai. What dictionary Is that
tn out?... From a Trlb bookrltlque: "Mr. Spender rather pain-
fully reports several heterodox liaisons." (He means contrary to
accepted standards... Thirsty, honey? Well, there are 700 mil-
bon gallons of hooch in stock within national borderlines... Un-
happlest news o the week over at this desk: The passing of the
stork who brought our babies, Dr. Sidney Rleser, a grand man....
Sounds in the Night: At Howie'.: "The only way to stop horse-
bitting i. to Jail lie hoe*"... A the Cub: "He', her new big
Schmomen". .. In the Roney Bamboo: "Some one (top. 'Mr.
Roberts' in Germany because of its cussin'claiming it might be
offensive to our troop.! Hint. Our President use. profanity for
punctuatioa!"
The Late Watch: Does U. S. Atty-Gen. McGrath know his Im-
migration Dept. pennittea pro-Nazi Ronald C-ostick to sneak Into
the U. 8. via Canada? Mr. McGrath said his Immigration men
were alerted to stop him from getting in5 months ago. The
punk is now spewing hate for Gerald L. K. Smith. O. Mr. Attor-
ney-General! Will the Washbigton Post take it from there,
please?. Be careful wllh your gas lighters for clggies. The latest
fad among the suicide set: Light it, blow the flame, sniffand
goomby. (No. I didden check It pusslnilly)... M. Berle's produc-
tion of "17" (Tarklngton'i. classic) has a delightful score... When
you hear a show-gei say; "He's sad." she means "such a doll."
and,
had
Their a> ouns relio named Joe
To a Carpenter Shop went this vh~.
To buy car for tan work
But they laugbed at this lerk
V n Clammed rave tabs a tow
office to any one man,
later, they recalled he
seemed strangely pleased with
the phrase. And then the Prea-
dent gave the new mobilization
board its first assignment -
to work out a new wage pattern
for the nation. And there was
no doubt that labor would get
what it wanted. .
This will mean busting right
through the 10 per cent wage
increase celling or a sixth
round of pay rises (and In some
cases a seventh round).
When Mr. Truman lowered
the boom on General Mac-
Arthur that night, the labor
chiefs were asleep. But with-
in a lew hours alter they had
awakened and, according to
some reports, after a lew calls
from the overworked Pres-
idential assistant, Charles
Murphy, the abor leaders
swung into action behind tne
White House. Word of their
support Hashed across coun-
try even as spontaneous de-
monstrations, hoarsely cheer-
ing the ousted general, tared
through the nation
CIO chiefs Philip Murray and
Walter Reuther rushed state-
ments to the press. Murray
spoke kindly of the tragic gen-
eral as a military man for whom
Americans have high regard,
but said the issue was a Pres-
ident's right to remove a mil-
itary man. Reuther was tough-
er. The fiery, blunt, red-haired
auto leader has Jong been crltic-
fl of Generalissimo Chiang and
Gen. MacArthur's friendship for
the champing Nationalist Chi-
nese forces and Reuther"
statement tore sharply at the
ousted officer's foreign policy.
Later, the AFL's radio com-
mentator, Frank Edwards, bit
the airwaves over a network of
150 stations and cut at Gen.
MacArthur. Whether all this
represents the sentiments of
their millions of rank and filers
still remains to be seen. The
malls will answer that one
but undoubtedly the labor lead-
ers have a hot one on their
hands. ...
But it was natural that Mr.
Truman and the labor leaders
should Une up together, al-
though the AFL, at least,
through Its International Com-
mittee, actually works with
Chiang's forces every day. It
maintains a headquarters on
Formosa and does not differ
much at all with many of Gen.
MacArthur's policies In the
Orient.
However, when It becomes a
test of Mr. Truman's power and
he turns to them for support,
they are with him for *hey are
taking his friendship and sup-
port for their own domestic
campaigns on faith.
Their general feeling is that
this it an issue which must
be separated from the entire
question of China policy on
which they differ sharply with
the President and the State
Dept. If you want to see
Choler, Inc., fust start discus-
sing, in high AFL circles, the
State Dept's private attitude
towards appeasement of Red
China. ._
For the next 10 weeks, they
will be working closely with Mr.
Truman In the hope they can
get Into the new new defense
act, which must be passed by
June 30, the clauses they want
to assure them higher wages
and a lower cost of living. This
is crucial to them. To get it they
need the President's support. So
In s sense the MacArthur issue
has thrown together the White
House and the labor leaders who
only last week were murmuring
about launching a third party.
But this won't mean that
labor, behind the scenes, won't
be urging the implementation
of Gen. MacArthur's policies.
There is strong loathing in
these labor circles for their
British labor colleagues who
permttted the govern ment
they now run to sell Com-
munist China 650.000 gallons
of gasoline and 900 tons of
rubber in the first 30 days of
the Korean war. And duriyg
1950, the British permitted
the sovietued Chinese armies
our military enemy fo
ship, through the Empire's
ports at Singapore and Hong
Kong. $4.400.000.000 {billion)
into Red China's hands.
(Copyirght 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.j
^Ihe WASHINGTON
. '- U i '.I OH
MERRY-(SO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSOtf
1* lerdee a
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
TRUMAN'S FATE IS IN KOREA
WASHINGTON. It may well be that In
choosing this particular time to dismiss Gen.
Douglas MacArthur, President Truman has
chosen the best possible time for MacArthur
It may even be that Gen. MacArthur had just
this In mind when he decided to force the Is-
sue. For it is clear that the outcome of tne
battle between the President and the General
will be determined In the end, not In Washing-
ton, but in Korea. -
In dismissing MacArthur, Truman has of
course risked his political life. In the most un-
likely event that the attempts to reach an ac-
ceptable settlement with the Chinese and their
Soviet masters now succeed, and the fighting
ends. Truman will enjoy a great, historic tri-
umph. If there is no settlement, but the ex-
pected Communist offensive is held, the stale-
mate on the battlefield will be reflected in a
stalemate between Truman and MacArthur.
But If the Communists again break through
our lines, If this time the breakthrough Is suc-
cessfully exploited, and If our forces are seri-
ously endangered, then disaster in Korea will
be disaster also for Truman. For then the de-
mand for attacking targets in China proper, for
using Nationalist troops, and for fighting tne
war in Asia which MacArthur wants will be-
come Irresistible. ..,,.. j
MacArthur will seem triumphantly vindicated,
while Truman will appear the architect of na-
tional disaster. And as both Truman and Mac-
Arthur are certainlv fully aware, the danger ox
a successful Communist offensive In Korea Is
now as great as It has ever been. The best way
to explain why the danger Is now considered so
serious is, oddlv enough, to quote from a report
cabled from Korea by this reporter's partner
some months ago:
"The recurrent crises in the lighting here al-
ways took the form of a great hofll being torn
l.i our lines, and then being stopped by our
mobile reserves being moved up before the walk-
ing enemv could exploit the breakthrough. But
even two enemv intruder fighters, attacking the
Interminable lines of our transport. i would
have been enough to produce a twenty-four-
hour tangle. Then the holes In our line could
not have been stopped In time. The break-
throughs would then have been fully exploited.
And we should have lost our foothold in Ko-
rea."
This pattern has held throughout the Korea
fighting. Sheer weight of man power has made
possible numerous Communist breakthroughs,
the most serious being the near-defeat after
the Chinese Intervention. But the Communist
breakthroughs have never In the end been fully
exploited, because the Communists have lacked
sufficient heavy weapons and mobility, and
above all because they have lacked any offen-
sive air power at all.
This Is why reports that the Chinese are for
the first time receiving important quantities of
heavy weapons and transport from Soviet Si-
berian stocks are taken with deadly seriousness
by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. But what is taken
even more seriously Is the report that an offen-
sive Communist air force Is now being organiz-
ed.
This force Is believed to consist of about 500
P.usslan fighters and light bombers, manned by
intensively trained Chinese and North Koreans.
Such a force could not seriously challenge Am-
erican air superiority. But given cloud cover
during the Korean rainy season, and given the
interdiction against attacking Manchurlan bases.
our air force cannot possibly prevent straflngs
and hit-and-run strikes behind our lines. And
as the paragraph quoted above suggests, even a
few planes strafing the bumper-to-bumper lines
of American transport at the climactic moment
of a battle could have an absolutely devastating
effect.
Gen. Rldgway, who. rather than MacArthur.
has actually been in full command of the Unit-
ed Nations forces In Korea for many weeks, is
a brilliant field commander, and his troops are
more battle-worthv than ever before. Yet the
danger of a successful enemv offensive is real,
and It is a danger which might all but destroy
President Truman, as Truman himself must
know.
Infinitely more Is of course at stake than the
political fortunes of a Truman or a MacArthur.
War, even a small war, has a sullen, imperious
logic of its own. If an enemv offensive, sup-
ported by air power based In Manchuria, endan-
gered our troops, the logic of war would demand
the bombing of the Manchurlan bases, however
much Truman might wish to localize the con-
flict. .
This would logically lead In turn to the bomb-
ing of Chinese Unes of communications, and
cities.
Then the Soviets would be forced to intervene
ooenlv. or accept the equivalent of an Intoler-
able defeat. Thus the logic of a small war leads
to a great war. This logical progression toward
world disaster cannot now be halted by Truman
or MacArthur.
It can be halted only If the men in the Krem-
lin decide to cut their losses In Korea, or If
Rldgwav and his men smash at the outset the
offensive which Is otherwise In prospect.
(Copyright, 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Japan's Trade
By Peter Edson
Drew Pearson says: GOP fears MacArthur issue may back-
fire; Republicans don't have enough votes to impeach
Truman; Sen. McCarthy has not always supported Mac-
Arthur.
WASHINGTON. In private caucuses Congressional Re'pubV
Ucan8 haven't been quite as outspoken for General MacArthur, cr
against President Truman as In their public statements. Some
have feared the MacArthur issue, unless carefully handled, might'
backfire and give the pubUc the impression that RepubUcan clilefi
favor a third World War.
Congressman A. L. (Doc) Miller of Nebraska warned of this
at the first caucus of House Republicans.
"We must not leave ourselves open to Democratic charges that
we are subscribing to a war policy by defending MacArthur," Mil-
ler cautioned. "In Inviting the general back here, it should be mad
clear that we are not necessarily confirming his policy on the Far
East untU we have heard his story."
Congressman Fred Coudert of New York seconded Miller,'.aa
dia several others, including Congressman Jack Javlts of New
York.

"The American people," Javlts cautioned, "have a right to
hear MacArthur's side of his conflict with Truman and it is fight
that we should invite him to Washington to express himself. A*
the same time I think we ought to make It clear that we Repub-
licans do not approve of military leaders dictating to civilian
authorities."
NO IMPEACHMENT
At another closed-door conference with the House OOP PoUey
Committee, Joe Martin also rejected the Idea of trying to Impeach
the President.
"We don't have the votes," explained the ex-Speaker. "Any-
way, it might be difficult to prove illegality In the Presidenta
removal of a field commander."
However, some RepubUcans have expressed concern lest Mac-
Arthur himself be subject to court-martial if in his speech In
Washington he strongly assails his Commander-in-Chlef and the)
Government's Far East policy and contributes to national dis-
unity by so doing.
They don't believe the Truman Administration would have
the courage to initiate such a court-martial, however. Also Rep.
John Vorys of Ohio, rated an authority on Constitutional law,
thinks MacArthur can speak out with Impunity.
"NO-NIGHT-OWL" VINSON
Georgia's gruff congressman Carl Vlnson got the first news o
MacArthur's ouster in a 1 a.m. phone call from General Bradley.
As chairman of the powerful House Armed Services Committee,
Vlnson Is handled with kid gloves by the brass hats. He has im-
portant legislative power over their policies, so Bradley wanted
to be sure Vlnson got the MacArthur news before reading it in tha
papers.
At 1 a.m., therefore, Bradley rousted Congressman Vlnson out
of bed.
"This is General Bradley." he said. "I have called to tell you
that President Truman has Just removed General MacArthur from
command. I'll read you his statement."
"Nobody wiU read me a statement this time of night," Inter
rupted the Congressman from Georgia.
Then half apologetically he mumbled: "That's fine, that'a
fine. Thank you, general. Good night."
McCarthy vs. mbcarthur
. Most vociferous champion of General MacArthur In the cur
rent controversy has been a certain Senator from Wisconsin, Ho
has claimed that the President's firing of MacArthur was influenc-
ed by midnight "bourbon and benedictlne," at a time when Mr.
Truman didn't know any better.
However, here Is a letter by the same Senator from Wiscon-
sin, addressed to the people of Wisconsin on March 31, 1948, when
General MacArthur was running for President of the United States
in the Wisconsin GOP primary, and when this Senator felt that
the most effective wa'y to stop MacArthur was to play up his di-
vorce and his age.
The letter, mimeographed and sent out by the thousands
not at midnight and apparently not under the Influence of bour-
bon and benedictlne was addressed: "Dear Folks." It read:
"General MacArthur has been a great general. But he Is now
ready for retirement. He would be 72 years old before a term, aa
President ended. Twice before we have had Presidents who be-
came physically weakened during their term of office and both
times it had very sad results for our country...
returning to Wisconsin I notice that hundreds of big
campaign billboards tell the people to support the General because
.. ..ative son.of Wisconsin. The Hearst papers, which are'
ooi ming the General's candidacy, refer to him as the 'Wlsconslh-
born General.' This Is not true.
"The general was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, on January
20, 1880. and not in Wisconsin. He Is not Usted on any poll list as
a voter In Wisconsin. Neither his first nor his second marriage, or"
divorce, took place In Wisconsin. He was first married in Florida
to Mrs. Walter Brooks of Baltimore, who now Uves in Washington,
DC. After she divorced him in Reno, Nevada, he was remarried in
New York City. Neither wife ever resided or voted in Wisconsin. In
a sworn marriage application for his second marriage he did apt
claim Wisconsin as his residence, but gave Manila as his residence
and Baltimore, Maryland, as the domlcUe of his former marriage,"*
That letter was signed by the vigorous current champion of
General MacArthur Joseph R. McCarthy.
TRUMAN POOR TIMING
Administration leaders on Capitol HU have been privately
grousing that the President might have timed his firing of Gen-
eral MacArthur betteror at leas tmlght stop cussing out Senateee-
on tht telephone during the MacArthur debate.
Though agreeing with the President on the basic issue, they
fee! the MacArthur dismissal couldn't have come at a more Inap-
propriate time. As a result of the Kefauver Crime hearings and
the Fulbright R F.C. investigation, plus Truman's letter-writing,
Democratic prestige has been at Its lowest ebb.
... >er Wnlte House advisers Indicate that a long overdue
cleanup Is now In the works the first step being the exit ot
luevl Young, the White House secretary of mink-coat fame.
\.- on the list will be Donald Dawsou who figured In the R.F.C.
hearings unless Dawson clears himself In early testimony.
no iEMeanwhile shrewd Sen. Bob Kerr of Oklahoma haa
endeared himself to the President for life by Jumping in when al*
most no other Senator had the nerve to tangle with Geheral Mac-
Aithur. Last year the President vetoed Kerr's Natural Gas Bilk,
Speculation Is that maybe next time it won't be vetoed.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Purely economic as-
pects of making a peace treaty with Japan pre-
sent some interesting problems. Most attention
so far has been paid to the political and mili-
tary parts of the treaty. Whether or not to re-
build Japan's armv and navy and to make Jap-
an an Independent nation Is of course the first
worry of countries which the Japs overran in
the lost war.
But whether to rebuild Japan's Industrial and
commercial might presents even graver risks.
It was the old Japanese empire's business ag-
gressiveness the desire to create a greater
east Asia co-prosperity sphere that really
started the last war in the Pacific. Japan want-
ed to dominate the whole Oriental market, with
Its billion potential customers.
The Japanese have been, and are today, the
only people in the Orient with the capacity and
potential for a highly industrialized civilization.
At the end of the war a deliberate effort was
made to cripple this capacity. In particular,
o.-.nts that could make armaments were dis-
mantled.
Today there Is a better understanding mat
Japan's industry has something to contribute to
defense against Communist aggression in the
Pacific area. Take steel, for example.
Japan's steel producing capacltv is 10 million
tons a year. Onlv 10 per cent of U. 8. capa-
city, but It's important. If the Communist block
of countries had It. It would be that much of
an additional strain on American steel-making
capacity, and It might throw the balance In fa-
.vor of the Commies. So Japanese steel produc-
tion most be maintained.
The same Is true of electric power, aluminum
and copper production, textile and chemicals
production. The trouble Is that Japan's former
sources of raw materials for these manufactures
have been cut off.
In the case of steel. Japan formerly got Its
Iron ore and coking coal from Manchuria. Red
China and Russia now control those supplies.
So If Japan's steel production is to be kept go-
ing at capacity, it may be up to the United
States. Canada, India. Indonesia and other
countries to make up the deficiencies. And If
the Oinmles take over all of Southeast Asia,
Japan's rice supplies will be cut off.
This mav mean the setting up of some new
trade patterns on top of the old patterns which
contributed to Japan's prosperity before the
war. In the opinion of American trade experts,
this can be done. But in doing it. a lot of op-
position from the British. Australians. New Zea-
landers Filipinos and other neighbors of Japan
must be overcome.
They all fear revival of Japanese competition
In the Pacific. They don't want to see the Jap-
anese merchant marine fleet built up again. It
was third largest In the world before the last
war. Japanese competition made It awfully
toush for other sea-faring nations because, with
cheaper labor, thev could undercut rates.
That Is also true with regard to Japanese
manufactures. Even American manufacturers
would look with disfavor on any big revival of
cheap Japanese export trade to the United
States because of Its price advantages In the
American market
(Copyright. 1951, by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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En el Dais habr este ao ms de 3.700
Los ejrcitos comunistas se
encuentran en una retirada
"limitada" ante los aliados
Las poderosas columnas blindadas de estos han
avanzado hasta nueve millas en el frente
TOKIO, Abril 18 (UP) Las
poderosas columnas blindada?
de los aliados avanzaron hasta
nueve millas en perser ln de
los ejrcitos comunistas, que se-
gn los despachos del rente, se
encuentran en una retirada ma-
yor frente a las lineas aliadas.
"Extraordinaria
mejora" tiene
el Dr. Laureano
RIO DE JANEIRO Abril 18
(UP) El Dr. Napoleao Lau-
reano, al que se traU de cu-
rar de cncer en los canchos
linfticos con inyecciones de
"Kreblosen", ha mostrado en
las ltimas 48 boras "una ex-
traordinaria mejora general',
al decir de sus mdicos.
An cuando stos no han he-
cho declaraciones en cuanto
al resultado de las inyecciones
el propio Laureano le atribuye
su mejora al "Krebiosen". El
cont?o de los glbulos blancos
es casi normal; desde ayer no
tiene liebre y su apetito ha
aumentado.
Un comunicado del Octavo E-
jrclto dijo cautelosamente que
"haba Indicios de una retirada
comunista limitada", pero las
fuerzas blindadas aliadas en-
contraron poca o ninguna re-
sistencia de las tropas rojas,
las cuales se estn retirando
hacia su amenazado "tringulo
de hierro" en el frente central.
La represa de Hwachon en
el frente central oriental se
convirti en "la tierra de na-
die". Las ametralladoras ropas
cubran a la represa, pero dis-
paraban desde posiciones en
los cerros, obligando a dos pa-
trullas aliadas a retirarse.
Los aliados han logrado em-
pujar su frente hasta diez mi-
llas dentro de Corea a todo lo
largo de un frente de 75 millas
desde el Rio Imjin en el oeste
a la carretera de Inje en el
este.
En la costa oriental, las fuer-
zas surcoreanas se encontraban
en los alrededores de Konsong
a 28 millas al norte del Para-
lelo.
Tres fuerzas blindadas alia-
das avanzaron hacia un rea a-
blerta al oeste y nor-oeste de
Imjin, en la bsqueda de posi-
bles concentraciones comunistas.
(Pasa a La Caja del Seguro comprar
directamente en el exterior
los artculos que consumir
En ese sentido enva circular a los
representantes de casas extranjeras
Celebracin nacional constituye
la llegada del General Mac Arthur
se

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'Ola Roja' aparece
en las aguas de
nuestra baha
Unas misteriosas manchas ro-
jas han aparecido en las aguas
de las playas en la Zona del
Canal y Panam.
Los baistas, a quienes no
les importa el mal olor y el
estado pegajoso del agua roja
ni la espuma casi chocolate de
las olas, continan yendo a las
playas para sus zambullidas
diarias en la playa de Fuerte
Amador.
Una maana, en la playa de
Fuerte Kobbe, a fines de mar-
zo, despus que la marea sec,
las arenas quedaron literalmen-
te cubiertas con miles de peces
muertos.
El mdico del Fuerte, Capt.
J. Christlanson, tuvo entonces
un gran problema de sanidad
en sus manos. Tinacos tras ti-
nacos de peces muertos fueron
llevados al incinerador. El pe-
(Pasa a la Pagina 8 Col. S)
La Gerencia de la Caja del
Seguro Social ha entregado a
los representantes de las casas
extranjeras una circular sobre
el establecimiento de un siste-
ma de compras directas del ex-
terior con las bases siguientes:
REQUISITOS: Las propuestas
debern indicar.
a)Nombre y organizacin de
la firma proponente; bajo qu
leyes est inscrita, y nombre y
patente del representante:
b)El nmero de orden del
articulo cotizado, tal como apa-
rece en el pliego de especifica-
ciones suministrado por la Caja
de Seguro Social;
c) Descripcin clara y preci-
sa del articulo cotizado;
ch)Precios C. I. F. Panam
de cada rengln, tanto unitarios
como totales;
d)Trmino mximo de en-
trega (si el proponente agracia-
do, una vez vencido el plazo de
entrega especificado, no entre-
gare los artculos solicitados, la
Caja de Seguro Social podr
comprar esos artculos como a
bien lo tenga, POR CUENTA DE
DICHO PROPCtfENTE, a cuyo
cargo quedar tambin todo
gasto que tal incumplimiento
ocasionare).
e)Que, si el producto tiene
asa la Paa f. cal.
El Alcalde proyecta un plan
para modernizar la Avenida
Central con aceras tpicas
Habr concierto
de msica espaola
de la Republicana
XI domingo 32 de los corrien-
tes a las 8 p.m. la Banda Repu-
blicana ofrecer-bajo los auspi-
cios de los Ministerios de Go-
bierno y Justicia y de Educacin
un concierto de msica espao-
la, en conmemoracin del V
Centenario del nacimiento de
Isabel la Catlica.
En el programa que se repar-
tir en el concierto, figura la
circular que el Jefe del Depar-
tamento de Cultura dirigi a
nuestras emisoras y diarios a-
cerca de la conmemoracin del
V Centenario del nacimiento de
la Reina.
ras a la axlna eei
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
22,300
El Alcalde del Distrito, Lie.
ngel Vega Mndez, acaricia
la idea de embellecer y mo-
dernizar la Avenida Central de
esta ciudad, con un plan de
aceras tipleas de mosaicos.
Segn dicho plan, todas las
aceras de la Avenida Central
seran uniformadas, bien nive-
ladas, terminadas con mosai-
cos ornamentales que expresen
distintos motivos de nuestra vi-
da y costumbres, que dieran
realce y personalidad a nues-
tra ciudad a travs de lo nues-
tro y que fuese la admiracin
de los turistas que llegan al
Istmo.
Tal cosa se ha hecho en
otras grandes ciudades surame-
ricanas, sobre todo en el Bra-
sil, con la trascendencia inter-
nacional que tales arreglos or-
namentales siempre tienen.
Se tiene entendido que la
Idea ser muy bien recibida y
que contar con el respaldo
pblico por su novedad y be-
lleza. El Alcalde Vega Mndez
estudia actualmente el plan que
ha de presentar a la comuni-
dad capitalina.
Hay la confianza de que pres-
(Paaa a la Fagina eol. l,
El Agropecuario ha
recibido arroz que
vender a B/. 9.25
Lo comprar el consumi-
dor a B.0.11 la libra
El Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial acaba de recibir otro
embarque de arroz pilado de
excelente calidad. 8e han fija-
do los siguientes precios de ven-
ta en cantidades de cien (100)
quintales o ms a B. 9.25 el
quintal o sea que este es el
precio que comprarn los ma-
yoristas. En cantidades menores
de cien (100) quintales B. 9.50
el quintal lo cual equivaldra
al precio de minorista. Por libra
al consumidor B. 0.11.
Para mantener estos precios
el Banco reservar cierta can-
tidad de este embarque en de-
psitos. Esto significa que el
minorista podr comprar direc-
tamente al Banco al precio de
B. 9.50 al contado entregado
en los depsitos del Banco.
En estado de semi-
coma se encuentra
Philippe Petain
ILE DYEU, Francia Abril 18
(UP) El ex-Mariscal Phili-
ppe Petain se encuentra crti-
camente enfermo en la prisin
despus de haber sufrido una
recada anoche despus de una
congestin pulmonar haca 12
das. La Sra. de Petain se en-
contraba al lado del dirigente
del Gobierno de Vichy durante
la guerra mundial. El Mariscal
cumplir 95 aos el prximo
Martes.
El director de la prisin a-
nuncl que el estado de Petain
no ha cambiado desde su re-
cada anoche, y tiene una tem-
; peratura de 38.2 grados cen-
i tgradoa.
Petain todava no ha reclbi-
| do los ltimos ritos de la Igle-
I sla Catlica, pero circulan ru-
I mores que el Mariscal se en-
! cuentra en un estado de seml
i coma y que su condicin ts
crtica.
Guillermo Beleo
hablar ante la
Academia Mdica
Maana, jueves 19 de Abril,
a las ocho de la noche, tendr
lugar en el saln de actos del
Instituto Oorgas de esta ciu-
dad la vlgslma-cuarta reunin
cientfica ordinaria (trigsima
reunin general) de la Aeaae-
mla Panamea de Medicina y
Ciruga.
El programa cientfico ser
el siguiente:
lo- Introduccin al estudio de
la promiscuidad sexual y otros
aspectos del negocio de la pros-
titucin en la ciudad de Pa-
nam.
Seor Guillermo Beleo, Jefe
Tcnico de la Seccin de Blo-
estadstlca del Departamento
de Salud Pblica (Por invita-
cin).
2o. Conceptos modernos sobre
las dlstonia vesicales y su tra-
tamiento.
Dr. Alfredo Flgueroa.
A esta reunin, como a todas
las de la Academia Panamea
de Medicina y Ciruga, estn
Invitados todos los mdicos y
profesionales afines de la Re-
pblica.
Sobre la defensa
radiolgica se
dictar charla
COLON, abril 18. (AM).
El Mayor E. O. Halllgan. In-
geniero Radiolgico del "Usur-
carib" ser el orador invitado
a la sesin-almuerzo regular del
Cristbal Coln Rotary Club,
el jueves 19 de abril en el
Club de Extranjeros.
El Mayor Halllgan ha esta-
do consignado a la defensa ra-
diolgica de la Armada de los
Estados Unidos desde el prin-
cipio del proyecto de la bomba
atmica en Manhattan y fue
oficial ejecutivo de la seccin
de defensa radiolgica en Bi-
kini, durante las explosiones
experimentales de la bomba.
En el presente el Mayor Ha-
lligan preside la seccin de De-
fensa Radiolgico de Control del
Daos de Panam. El tema de
su disertacin ser "Defensa1
Radiolgica",
Disctese en la Legislativa
el control de la Secreta por
parte de la Polica Nacional
El proyecto de poner la Po-
lica Secreta bajo la depen-
dencia de la Polica Nal. fue
discutido esta maana por la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te con la Intervencin de loa
abogados licenciados I g n a ci
Molino, Florencio Arosemena
Forte y Galileo Sous, del Se-
cretarlo del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia, don Jorge
Rubn Rosas y del Asesor Ju-
rdico de ese Ministerio, Lie.
Francisco Carrasco.
El Secretario del Ministerio
de Ooblerno y Justicia, don
Jorge Rubn Rosas al oponerse
a este cambio, introducido en
la ley del Presupuesto por le
H. D. Lorenzo Barraza, aleg
que consideraba la medida ile-
gal en virtud de que la Po-
lica Secreta Nacional fue crea-
da mediante la Ley 72 de 1941,
Orgnica de esa institucin,
que la coloca como un orga-
nismo separado, bajo la inme-
diata direccin del Presidente
de la Repblica y del Inspector
General de la Polica Secreta.
La vigencia de esa ley dijo
el Secretarlo Rosas Impide
que esa Institucin pueda ser
anexada a ningn otro depar-
tamento o institucin del Esta-
do. Rosas afirm que el per-
sonal de esa institucin tiene
que quedar tal como lo esta-
blece la ley y que por lo tan-
to el Presupuesto Nacional no
puede poner a esa Instltucin
a cargo del personal militar.
Sostuvo tambin, el represen-
El Emb. Castro
Gmez despide
a jefes de misin
El Embajador de la Rep-
blica de Venezuela, seor don
Enrique Castro Gmez y seo-
ra, ofrecern el viernes 20 en
la sede de la Embajada, a un
cocktail party para despedir al
honorable Diputado Luis Ral
Fernndez, quien ha sido de-
signado Embajador de Panam
en Venezuela y al Ministro de
Italia en Panam, y seora de
Marlanl.
Invitaciones especiales circu-
lan para este acto que ser de
seis de la tarde a ocho de la
noche.
tante del Ministerio de Gobier-
no, que el Presupuesto es una
ley esencialmente adjetiva y
que por consiguiente no cabe
en l disposicin alguna que no
tenga por objeto fijar numri-
camente los Ingresos y egresos
del Tesoro, tal como lo dispone
el acpite i) del articulo 706
del Cdigo Fiscal vigente, es
(Pasa a la Pag- > Col. 8)
Por no contar con
autoridad renunci
el diputado Vrela
El H. D. Plinlo Vrela, que
vena ejerciendo el cargo ad-
honorem de Ingeniero Jefe de
la Seccin de Caminos, Calles y
Muelles del Ministerio de Obras
Pblicas, present con fecha de
hoy renuncia irrevocable de di-
cho cargo al Excmo seor Pre-
sidente de la Repblica.
Al ser requerido esta maa-
na por un redactor de ese dia-
rio sobre las causas que habia
tenido para separarse en for-
ma irrevocable del cargo que
venia desempeando, el H. D.
Plinlo Vrela entreg a EL PA-
NAMA AMERICA la siguiente
carta renuncia dirigida al Pre-
sidente de la Repblica:
Panam, abril 18 de 1951.
Excmo. seor Presidente
de la Repblica
Dr. Arnulfo Arlas.
Presente.
Ruego a usted, aceptar mi
renuncia irrevocable del puesto
de Ingeniero Jefe Ad-Honorem
de la Seccin de Caminos. Ca-
lles y Muelles del Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas.
Agradezco a usted, una vez
ms, la distincin que me hi-
zo al escogerme para ese alto
cargo que desempe con mi
mejor buena voluntad y empe-
o por el bien de esta Admi-
nistracin.
Motiva esta renuncia el he-
cho de no contar con la auto-
ridad necesaria para afrontar
la responsabilidad profesional
que me cabe como Ingeniero
Jefe de la Seccin de Caminos.
Crame como siempre, su ms
Atto. y 8. S ,
Plinlo Vrela.-
Desesperadamente luchan
por rescatar submarino
hundido con 75 hombres
LONDRES, Abril 18 (UP).El Almirantazgo anunci
que ge ha hecho contacto con el submarino "Affray" cr-
ea del sitio en que se hundi el lunes por la noche, como
a 38 millas al sur-oeste de la Isla de Wight, y dijo que
el submarino est "atascado" en el fondo del mar como
a 88 metros de profundidad.
El Almirantazgo aadi que los buques de rescate
"Kimbrace" y "Uplifler" se diricen a toda prisa al sitio
en que se ha comenzado ya la Urea de rescate. 75 hom-
brea,, entre oficiales y marinos, estn a bordo del subma-
rino.
El buque britnico "Reclaim" tambin se dirice a to-
da prisa al escenario con buzos a bordo, los cuales estn
listos para somercirse tan pronto llecuen all.
Un portavoz del Almirantazgo dijo que se supone que
algunos de los 75 nombres a bordo de lsubmarino estn
vivos, puesto que el "Affray" contest la seal de uno de
los barcos de rescate, cuyo nombre no se revel.
El dramtico anuncio se hizo a la una menos cinco
en la Oficina de Prensa del Almirantazgo, cuando ya se
empezaba a perder la esperanza de que hubiese sobrevi-
vido alguno de los tripulantes del submarino.
Un portavoz del Almirantazgo dijo que no se han re-
cibido informes sobre el estado en que estn loa hombres
cuntos estn vivos. El Almirantazgo slo ha sabido
que el "Affray" capt las seales del submarino "Sea De-
vil".
El submarine "Sea Devil", se comunic con el "Affray"
por telfono super-sonico un artefacto secreto que se
cree puede extenderse hasta una distancia de 32 kilme-
tros.
Las mdicos se diricieron apresuradamente desde
Portsmouth hacia el sitio en que se hundi el "Affray",
yendo en botes torpederos de motor. El "Reclaim" es el
mejor buque para la tarea de rescate conque cuenta la
Real Armada Britnica, y puede realizar esa tarea a ana
profundidad de unos 130 metros, que es como dos veces la
profundidad er qne est el "Affray".
El "Affray" inform que est en el fondo del mar,
indicando con ello que no se ha entrado agua al cuarto
de mquinas, pero eso no significa que todos los hombres
a bordo estn a salvo.
El submarino britnico "Scythian" inform que est
escuchando continuos golpes en la coraza de un barca
que se supone sea el "Affray".
Enorme multitud
se alinea a lo largo
de 26 kilmetros
"Nunca he visto algo co-
mo esto," declara con-
movido el militar
SAN FRANCISCO, abril 18.
(UP). El General Douglas
MacArthur retorn anoche a su
patria, tras una ausencia de
catorce aos. El terrlzaje de su
avin cuatrimotor "Bataan' en
el Aeropuerto Internacional, fue
la seal para el comienzo de
la celebracin nacional.
Cinco millones de california-
nos presenciaron su llegada por
televisin y miles ms ocupaban
la zona del aeropuerto, detrs
de los cordones de policas,
cuando el General de 71 aos
de edad, sall del avin y pu-
so' pi en tierra <*e Estados
Unidos por primera vea desde
1937.
Un guardia de honor dispar
una salva de 171 caonazos al
descender MacArthur del "Ba-
taan". Una enorme multitud se
aline a lo largo de la ruta
de unos 28 kilmetros desde el
aeropuerto hasta el Hotel Saint
Francis, en el que MacArthur y
su squito permanecern hasta
que sigan viaje hoy como a la
1:30 de la tarde rumbo a Wash-
ington.
Esta fue una bienvenida ex-
(Paaa a la pgina columna 6)
Conceden plato die
treinta das para
demoler diez casas
El Alcalde del Distrito Capi-
tal, Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, ha
comunicado a los siguientes pro-
pietarios que tienen un plazo i
de 30 das para proceder a de-
moler sus casas, que han sido
condenadas por las Oficinas de
Sanidad, Seguridad y Obras Pu-
bllcas Municipales y cuya orden i
de condena est vencida des-
de hace bastante tiempo.
Se advierte al mismo tiempo;
que despus de este trmino,
la Alcalda del Distrito proce-
der a demoler estas propieda-
des por cuenta de sus dueos
o administradores, a quien se
les cobrar Judicialmente, apar-1
(Pasa a la Pgina t>. Columna 7>
Inauguran el lunes
en Mxico congreso
de los acadmicos
MEXICO, abril 18.-UJP).
El lunes prximo se Inaugur
en el Palacio de Bellas Artes
el- Congreso de Academias de
la Lengua Espaola con asis-
tencia del Presidente de Mxi-
co, Lie. Migual Alemn Valds
El programa de la sesin
inaugural incluye las palabras
del director de la Academia
mexicana. Dr. Alejandro Qul-
jano, palabras del vicepresi-
dente de la Academia colom-
biana R. P. Flix Restrepo, y
la declaracin de apertura del
Congreso por el Presidente Ale-
mn.
La Asamblea Inaugural ser
precedida por una sesin pre-
liminar el domingo 22 con el
siguiente orden del dia:
a) Presentacin de los acad-
micos invitados.
b) Eleccin de funcionarlos.
c) Designacin de las comi-
siones para estudios sobre
unidad y defensa del idio-
ma, cuestiones gramatica-
les, cuestiones lxico-grfi-
cas y de estilo.
Escasez de papel
para peridicos
hay en Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. Abril 18
(UP) El vespertino "La Ra-
zn" cambi su formato de o-
cho columnas a nueve, en un
esfuerzo por vencer las difi-
cultades creadas por la esca-
sez de papel peridico que ha
obligado a los peridicos argn-,
tinos a reducir sus ediciones a
ocho pginas.
El matutino "Buenos Aires
Herald", tabloide que se publl- I
ca en Ins-ls. cambi su for-
neto de cln<-i c siete columnas
a mediados de Marzo,
La Legislativa decide que *
restablezcan kindergartens y
la partida para los jubilados
Se dispone aumentar en 74 el nmero de profesores
y la construccin de nuevas escuelas
La Comisin Legislativa Per-' puesto de Gastos de la actual
manente resolvi importante vigencia, por la suma de B.
problema de la Educacin Na- 100.00000 para cubrir esos com-
clanal al aprobar las partidas promisos que tiene contrado el
correspondientes para el nom- Estado.
bramiento de nuevos maestros. La Legislativa destin otxa
y profesores. Se inform oficial-, partida adicional por la suma
mente que todas las vacantes de B.118000.00 para subvenir las
existentes durante el ao pasa- necesidades de la enseanza se-
do en las escuelas primarlas del cundaria. Han sido creadas 74
pas, sern llenadas este ao, I nuevas ctedras, elevndose asi
llegando la Comisin Legislatl-' el nmero de profesores de ios
va a aumentar en 306 unidades | colegios Secundarlos a 749 un-
el nmero de maestros de las; dades.
escuelas del Estado, que sobre- ------------------------------
pasarn esta vez a la cifra de *w raf-ar\r\nn
3.700 educadores. Ofrecer recepcin
La Legislativa Permanente a- n i _._., _|
prob tambin las partidas co- Q\ rreSIflenTe ai
rrespondlentes para la construc-
cin de nuevas escuelas, de
acuerdo con los programas del
Ministerio de Educacin.
Se decidi, asi mismo resta-
blece los kindergartens, apro-
bndose partidas que garanti-
zan su funcionamiento y sea-
lando sueldos a los maestros
que prestarn esos servicios.
En relacin con los maestros
que aspiran retirarse del servi-
cio por haber cumplido el tr-
mino sealado por la Ley-Org-
nica de Educacin, la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente vot un
crdito adicional, en el Presu-
Brigadier Kiel
El Seor Presidente de la Re-
pblica, Doctor Arnulfo Arias y
Doa Ana MaUlde Linares de
Arlas ofrecern maana Jueves
de seis de la tarde a ocho de
la noche, una recepcin de ga-
la en honor del Brigadier Ge-
neral Emll C. Kiel y seora, Co-
mandante de las Fuerzas A-
reas del Caribe.
Este acto social tendr lugar
en el Palacio Presidencial y las
invitaciones para el mismo es-
tn siendo ya distribuidas.
"La nica poltica que deben
seguir los educadores es la
cultural", C. Adn de Urriola
"Esta ser la casa de todos los maestros y profeso-
res de la Repblica," declara
"Esta ser la casa de todos los
maestros v profesores de la Re-
pblica, donde se podrn discu-
tir con amplitud todos los pro-
blemas de la Educacin Nacio-
nal sin que stos se festinen por
la prensa", declar en la maa-
na de hoy el Ministro de Edu-
cacin, Profesor Don Cristbal '
Adn de Urriola exclusivamente
para EL PANAMA AMERICA.
"La nica poltica que debe
seguir los educadores es la cul-
tural, ya que las funciones pri-
mordiales del maestro de es-
cuela y el profesor deben inspi-
rarse en normas de decencia,
de respeto a si mismo que man-
tengan el respeto de los dems i
hacia ellos. La vocinglera", con-
tinu diciendo el Ministro Urrio- ,
la, "est bien para las barrica-
das, pero es Incompatible con i
las funciones del educador, por-
que ste tiene suficientes razo-
nes por las Ideas ajenas".
"Los educadores panameos,
no deben olvidar que la fuerza
y la violencia atraen como reac-
cin la fuerza y Ja violencia cen-
tuplicada" aadi.
"Vengo", dijo el Ministro
Urriola. "con el espritu amplio
y acogedor sin que esto signifi-
que debilidad, puesto que todos
los educadores me conocen".
En la maana de hoy, el Mi-
nistro saliente. Lie. Modesto Sa-
lamn. hizo entrega del despa-
cho al Profesor Urriola, ante el
personal del Ministerio. El ex-
Minlstro agradeci la colabora-
cin de todos sus subalternos y
la distincin de que habia sido
objeto por parte del Presidente
Arias, al nombrarlo en eses des-
pacho. Present al nuevo Mi-
nistro y pidi para l la colabo-
racin de todos.
Al hacer uso de la palabra el
nuevo Ministro, dijo que l era
un hombre a quien gustaba la
franqueza y que eso mismo pe-
dia de sus subalternos.
"Pido de mis subalternos, di-
jo, cooperacin y lealtad no
adeterminado' partido poltico,
sino a la causa de la Educacin
Nacional".
Ser reinaugurada
maana estatua
de Simn Bolvar
NUEVA YORK, Abril, 18
i UP) Ya se encuentra reu-
nidos en Nueva York los re-
presentantes de los pases Bo-
llbarianos para participar en
los actos que constituirn el
quizs mayor homenaje a Bo-
livar celebrado hast ala fecha
en Estados Unidos.
El punto culminante del pro-
Ktama elaborado ser el descu-
brimiento de la estatua encues-
tre de Bolivar maana en su
nuevo pedestal de la Avenida
de las Americas.
La mayor delegacin de los
pases Bolivarlanos viene de Ve-
nezuela. Esta delegacin est
integrada por 46 personas, y
qued completada anoche con
la llegada de dos aviones de
Caracas. El primer avin ve-
iPasa a la Ptina k. Columna 7)
Al enterarse de que su mujer
y su hija estaban detenidas
Alvarado decidi confesar
En una ampliacin de su in-1
dagatorla. hecha anoche cuan- '
do se le inform que su hija y
su mujer estaban detenidas,;
Marcos Alvarado, hizo graves
cargos a la seora Alicia Ba-
caris, la cual, segn l declara,
fue quien sustrajo de su marido,
Manuel Ballls. y que l (Alva-
rado) y Gonzlez (el muerto)
solo hicieron el simulacro de ro-
bo.
Dice Alvarado que Ballls pla-
ne el robo con bastante tiempo.
i que le tema porque "tenia la
engua muy larga"; que ms
tarde, ste le present a Gonz- i
lez, porque padeca del estoma- j
go y que tambin entr en la I
combinacin. Dijo que el golpe
lo Iban a dar el dia en que mu- ,
ri el ex-Magistrado don Rosen-
do Jurado, pero que Dallls pos-
puso la "operacin" porque "ese
da no habia mucho dinero".
Agrega Alvarado. que el dia
(Pasa a la pajina t> columna l> I
Quisieran viajar
en automvil
hasta Panam
AUSTIN Texas Abril 18 La mayora de los automovi-
listas que cruzan la frontera
de Rio Grande entre Estados
Unidos y Mxico, quisieran con-
tinuar su viaje en automvil
hasta el Canal de Panam ms hacia el Sur. de acuerdo
con recientes investigaciones.
A los miembros de la 'Ame-
rican Automobile Association''
se les suministr ur. cuestionario
sobre el particular, y se pudo
establecer que hasta el presen-
te los turista norteamericanos
viajan en automvil hasta M-
xico de^'do a la falta de ca-
rreteras hasta Colombia,


fAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEfENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, ABRIL 18, 1951
Patiamamrca
URIO INDfEKUlENTI
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ELIMINACIONES EN EL PRESUPUESTO
NOVSIMO TEATRO
CRITICO
por
LK.V.
DE EDUCACIN
Hace potos das la Comisin Legislativa Per-
manentesegn lo ha informado la prensa al
aprobar el Presupuesto del Ministerio de Educa-
cin suprimi tres importantes dependencias del
ramo: el Departamento de Cultura y Publicacio-
nes, el Departamento General de Educacin y la
Seccin de Equipos y Edificios.
Todo parece indicar que la medida ha sido su-
mmente drstica, o por lo menos un tanto preci-j
pitada, por cuanto elimina totalmente el funciona-,
miento de esos organismos cuyos solos nombres, si:
es que ejercen eficientemente sus atribuciones, re-
velan su importancia.
Verdad es que no han faltado acres comenta-!
rios acerca de la 'inversin" que en algunos ca-
sos ha hecho el llamado Departamento de Cultu-
ra al pagar costosa, ineficaz, e innecesaria propa-
ganda. Puede ser que esa seccin y las de Inspec-
cin de Educacin y de Equipos y Edificios ten-
gan empleados superfluos u onerosas erogaciones.
X es muy posible, acaso probable, que de esos de-
partamentos del Ministerio de Educacin no se ha-
ya obtenido el provecho que debiera derivar la co-
munidad.
Con todo, parece un tanto drsticalo repeti-
mosla decisin de su eliminacin absoluta. Pue-
den y deben establecerse cortapisas. Pueden y de-
ben dictarse medidas para su eficaz funcionamien-
to. Es indispensable obtener economas efectivas.
De esa manera sera posible reducir los gastos ad-
ministrativos del Ministerio para poder aumentar
el nmero de maestros, especialmente para las es-
cuelas rurales.
Los asociados tienen que ver con simpata cual-
quier esfuerzo que se haga en el sentido de redu-
cir el Presupuesto de Gastos de la Repblica, es-
pecialmente cuando se sabe que existen sueldos y
partidas que no se justifican. Pero para esa re-
duccin hay que comenzar con empleos innecesa-
rios que constituyen lo que en el lenguaje popular
se llama "botella." Fcil es observar en casi todas
las oficinas pblicas a personas que aparentemen-
te estn trabajando pero que ni siquiera sospe-
chan lo que tienen entre manos.
Ojal que en el Ministerio de Educacin se
pueda solucionar el problems que entraar la su-
presin total de esos Denartamentos mencionados.
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PERCY BYSSIIE SHELLEY,
UN HOMBRE RECTO
El ltimo fin de semana, en
la soledad armoniosa de mi re-
sidencia, desde donde escucho
el murmullo del mar, he vuelto
a Shelley, uno de mis poetas
preferidos. Pero no he regresa-
do a sus pqemas nicamente.
He regresado a su vida, a lo
que fue como hombre. Me he
engolfado en los dos volmenes
de Dowden, en ese relato tan
detallado, tan minucioso de
Guido Blaggi, "Gil ultlmi glor-
nl de P. B. Shelley', que ca-
sualmente encontr en Lerlcl,
pueblecito Italiano, durante mi
postrera visita a Italia.
Qu extrao aquel ingls, a-
lunino de la Universidad de
Oxford, en su Colegio de Eton,
malhumorado violento, rebelde,
bello como una muchacha, a-
gresivo, y sin embargo, de una
honradez para con sus Ideas
milagrosa, de una fidelidad pa-
ra con lo que l pensaba digno
rancameate excepcional...
Porque, en el fondo, eso fue
Shelley: un hombre de ideas.
Rompi con todos los con-
vencionalismos en asuntos de
amor. Se enamor con facili-
dad y dej de amar con faci-
lidad igualmente. No fue un
Don Juan. Posea todo lo ex-
terno de Don Juan; nunca su
alma. Aquel muchacho agreste
de Eton, aquel que huy con
Harriet, ms tarde con Mary
Godwin, era un puritano.
Los treinta aos de la vida
de Shelley tienen una aroma
romntico magnifico. Y al mis-
mo tiempo una serenidad fan-
tstica. Y cuidado que las pa-
siones de Shelley semejaban el
volcn.
Amigo de Byron, admirador
de Byron. no podia comprender
el poeta cnico y vanidoso. She-
lley se consideraba subyugado
por el genio del autor de "Chil-
de Harold" pero protestaba de
su ausencia de moral, de -su
descaro, de su egosmo con las
mujeres, del "donjuanismo" te-
rrible del lord.
Esos ltimos diffs de Chelley
en I.ivorno. en Lerlcl, en Pi-
sa, estn cuajados de ensue-
o y de romanticismo.'Los pa-
seos a bordo del "Ariel", que
en su comienzo fue el "Don
Juan", Impresionan por lo que
tienen de meloda. Mar Medi-
terrneo, paisaje de La Spezla,
libros de los trgicos griegos,
conversaciones con Byron, de-
vocin por Mary Godwin: la
sombra de Jane Williams, la
otra de Clara: su hijo: Alle-
gra, la hija de Byron y Cla-
ra otro amor Impreciso de
Shelley, tan desvaido Don
Juan; todo se suma a cons-
truir los treinta o os del estu-
pendo poeta ingls.
La vida de Lord Byron aleja
de Lord Byron. Aquelio era
otra cosa. Hay mucho de tea-
tro en el fastuoso lord. Sus
poemas los piensa en libras es-
terlinas. Ha de llevar aquella
existencia Imponente e Impre-
sionante. Vive atento siempre de
su persona: en Venecia, en
Pisa, en Florencia, en aquella
finca de las vecindades de Pa-
dua, en Rvena.
Shelley, hombre rico, nieto
de aquel Sir Shelley, gentil-
hombre de la vieja escuela, pa-
s miseria, se someti al po-
dero del dinero. Cuando here-
d, el dinero huia de sus ma-
nos en pensiones que l misino
se decretaba, en gastos intiles,
en nieras.
Pero las ideas de Shelley que-
daban a salvo. Ante el cinismo
de Byron surga la roca moral
de Shelley. Claro que la moral
de Shelley la construy l: sin
embargo, era maravillosamen-
te sincera. Yivia asi, pprque
! pensaba asi.
Las sombras de mujeres que
transitan los treinta aos de
Shelley se me antojan encan-
tadoras. Hay un aroma ingls
i en su sub manera, en su pen-
sar y en su sentir. 'Un aroma
ingls legtimo. Asi Harriet, asi
I Mary, asi Fanny Imlay, as Cla-
ra.
Por supuesto, se desmorona
la figura de Godwin, un mora-
lista que solicita dinero, sin
descanso dinero, y del que She-
Uley no se desencadenar ja-
ms: comprender la suma de
prejuicios que significa God-
win .. Pero, qu ms le da?
Fanny, la suicida, marca una
ruta rara en la vida de She-
lley. Estaba enamorada de By-
DESPUS DE LA REUNION
Por ALDOR
iy quin va a defenderme de algunos de mis defensores?
REUNIONES
Las graduandas del 27 de la
Escuela Normal de Institutoras
tienen su segunda reunin el
prximo Jueves a las 3.30 p.m.
en la Escuela Simn Bolvar. 8e
suplica la puntual asistencia.
"Tanteo de Paz" es
difundido por la
radio Pyongyang
TOKIO, Abril 18- (UP)-
Lus comunistas Nor-G'oreanos
ditundieron por radio su se-
gundo "tanteo de paz" en los
ltimos dos das, pero nueva-
mente exigieron que se casti-
gue a los "agresores" norte-
americanos en corea.
El Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores Nor-Coreano, Pak
Hon Yong dijo por la Radio;
de Pyongyang, Como comple-
mento a la comunicacin de
ayer a las Naciones Unidas:
'Si las* Nacloens Unidas ver- ,
daderamente desean dedicarse i
a las tareas de lograr la paz
y seguridad, debe detener por
todos los medios las actitudes
de los criminales agresores j
norte-americanos y castig-ar a i
los criminales de guerra que \
organizaron y dirigieron esos [
crmenes'".
Pak insisti en que las Na- ,
ciones Unidas "tienen que re-
solver los problemas Coreanos
ron? Por lo pronto Byron era
el ideal de las muchachitas In-
glesas porque deba de serlo.
Shelley era otra cosa. Ms n-
timo que Byron, ms cordial,
habla que penetrar en su vida
para sentirlo...
Byron se enteraba de las mu-
jeres que se enamoraban de l.
Shelley, no, Shelley tena su pa-
lacio en una nube.
La poesa de Shelley es me-
nos brillante que la de Byron;
Dero es m.s verdad, ms eter-
na, si se admite el dislate.
Vuelvo a Shelley... -
pacificamente "en armona con
las decisiones de la segunda
.sesin de la Conferencia Mun-,
dial para la preservacin de la [
paz, auspiciada por el Soviet".'
Aadi que "el Gobierno de la
Repblica del pueblo Coreano
exige vigorosamente que se ha-
ga lo antes dicho rpida-
mente".
Pak hizo las declaraciones
poco despus que Radio Pekin
dijera que los Comunistas Nor-
Coreanos hablan decidido ini-
ciar una campaa nacional en
favor de la concertacln de
paz en Corea mediante una
conferencia de cinco potencias
entre los cuales figure China
Comunista.
El sucesor de MacArthur
Tal como en todo desembarco, los marinos no podan perder
un minuto. El cabo Ardrick Hamnion, d Alton, 111., radiofonista
de un observador de artillera, haba saltado a tierra con tal car-
ca de armas y equipos que no pudo agacharse a hacer de nuevo
el nodo del cordn de una de las botas que se le haba soltad*.
Sinti luego un golpecito en la espalda, y al volverse encontr,
balo una gorra oon tres estrellas y la plateada Insignia de los
paracaidistas, un rostro magro. No quiere que le anude la bo-
ta? No, seor respondi Hammn. Sin embargo quien so lo
haba pjeguntado se arrodill e hizo el nudo. Qued muy apre-
tado? inquiri al terminar. No seor, respondi el abo
Hammn. La escena ocurri en las primeras etapas de la gue-
rra. El autor de ese nudo fue el teniente-general Matthew Ban-
ker Ridgway, quien acaba de suceder, en virtud de un espectacu-
lar decreto del Presidente Truman, al general MacArthur en el
mando supremo de las fuerzas aliadas en el Lejano Oriente,
Ridgway inici Informalmente su carrera militar bac cua-
renta y cinco aos, cuando sola instalarse como centinela en la
entrada de la residencia de su familia, en Fort W'alla Halla,
Wash. Su padre, el coronel Thomas Ridgway, era un artillero
del ejrcito regular, combatiente en China durante .Ja rebelin do
los "bxers". El hijo ingres a la academia militar de West Point
en 1917, y fue all capitn del equipo de ftbol. Como Eisen-
hower, Ridgway no combati en la I Guerra Mundial, pero sirvi
en China, Nicaragua y las Filipinas. En la Amrica Central
aprendi castellano, circunstancia rae luego le -permiti figurar
destacadamente en los crculos latinoamericanos de Washington.
Antes de la segunda conflagracin universal disfrutaba ya de in-
menso prestigia como oficial de estado mayor. En 1942 obtuvo
su primer cargo importante: sucesor del general Omar Bradley
rn el mando general de la 82a. Divisin, convertida poco ifespas
por el Pentgono en una de las primeras agrupaciones de para-
caidistas, que, con Ridgway al frente, Invadieron a Normanda y
pelearon valerosamente en Nijmegen y las Ardenas. Despus de
la guerra represent a los Estados Unidos en el comit de estado
mayor de la ONU y en la junta interamerlcana de defensa, con
sede en Washington. All en 1946 conoci a una simptica ria-
da de treinta aos, Marv ("Penny") Anthony, con quien contra-
jo matrimonio al ao siguiente. Este fue el tercer matrimonio
de Ridgway. Los dos anteriores terminaron en divorcio. Del nue-
vo enlace hay un hijo: Matthew Jr. En agosto de 1949, despus
de una correra como comandante de la zona del Caribe, Ridg-
way fue llamado de nuevo al Pentgono, como sub-jefe de estado
mayor.
El sucesor de MacArthur es un hombre de formidable ener-
ga. Sus compaeros y subalternos tiemblan cuando los invita a
dar un paseo: generalmente se trata de escalar un monte, a to-
do correr. Es aficionado al ping-pong, al escultismo y a la caza.
Recordando, acaso, sus tiempos de capitana deportiva en West
Point, suele decir: "La guerra es como un encuentro de ftbol:
nadie puede decir nada hasta que no se dispara el ltimo cao-
nazo".
(Tomado de "TIEMPO" de Bogot)
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MIRCOLES. ABRIL 1*. 151
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
AOINA TRES
Complet 20 mil
horas piloto de
la "Panagra"
Est ardiendo
barco britnico
frente a Hong Kong
HONG KONG, abril 18. (UP
-*- Un barco britnico de 4,455
toneladas se Incendi unas po-
cas horas despus que las ba-
teras de costa comunistas le
dispararon, y las llamas con-
tinuaban ardiendo seis horas
despus.
El Capitn W. D. Conway en-
vi un mensaje anoche dicien-
do que las bateras comunis-
tas le estaban disparando
mientras pasaba por la Isla
Lintlng a unas pocas millas de
Hong Kong, recibiendo dos im-
pactos.
El barco lleg a puerto a
primeras horas de hoy, y po-
co tiempo despus estall un
Incendio en una de las bo-
degas que contena algodn y
caucho. Se tiene entendido que
un tripulante result herido.
El Secretario Dean Rusk ha
declarado que EE. UU. trata
de evitar la guerra general
El Capitn Warren B. 8mlth,
piloto veterano de Panagra,
complet hoy 20,000 horas de
vuelo total que representa ca-
si dos aos y medio en el aire.
De esa cifras, unas 16,500 horas
fueron registradas durante los
20 aos de permanencia de
Smith en Panagra.
Se calcula que el nmero de
millas que l na volado du-
rante ese tiempo llega a la
astronmica cifra de ms de
2,000.000 de millas. El nter -
Americano de Panagra todava
no tiene en su itinerario el "la-
Je a la Luna, pero si el Capi-
tn Smith hubiese decidido rea-
lizarlo y hubiese utilizado el
ltimo modelo de naves del
espacio Buck Rogers, su actual
millaje habra cubierto cinco
viajes de ida y vuelta a ese
distante satltie.
Cuando el Capitn Smith co-
menz a volar con Panagra en
1931, un viaje areo de Miami
a Buenos Aires constitua una
aventura de siete das. En cam-
bio hoy es un vuelo de rutina
de menos de diez y nueve ho-
ras.
Conocido como el "Caballero
de los Andes" debido a sus
1632 cruces de aquella cordille-
ra, Smith recuerda bien los das
en que los informes del estado
del tiempo, que hoy se trans-
miten cada hora por radio, eran
enviados por cable de Mendo-
za a Santiago.
"Los informes eran enviados
a Mendoza por hombres que
trabajaban a lo largo de la
linea del cable en las monta-
as", recuerda Smith. "Sus
Ideas acerca del tiempo resul-
taban a menudo diferentes de
las nuestras. Para volar en a-
quellos das tuvimos que em-
plear-una buena dosis de in-
tuicin".
Durante los diez y seis aos
y medio que estuvo basado en
Santiago, pilote una variedad
de aviones que comprende des-
de el monomotor Curtiss Fal-
con hasta el Douglas DC-4. Hoy
est asignado regularmente a
los vuelos de El nter Ameri-
cano.
Una de sus muchas primicias
la efectu en 1933 cuando pi-
lote el avin que condujo el .
primer correo areo de Santla-
go a Lima en un da.
WASHINGTON, abril 18. -
(USIS). Los Estados Unidos
estn tratando de mantener la
paz y la seguridad sin una
guerra general, declar Dean
Rusk, Secretarlo de Estado Au-
xiliar para los Asuntos del Le-
jano Oriente.
"Nuestro propsito debe ser
defender nuestras libertades sin
que medie una guerra mun-
dial, ti ello es posible; pero
los defenderemos de todas ma-
neras", dijo Rusk.
El Secretario de Estado Au-
xiliar habl el domingo, duran-
te un programa de radio-tele-
vlsln, y dijo: 'Fcil es pensar
sobre ello", refirindose a las
posibles soluciones del proble-
ma coreano la Inmediata re-
tirada de Corea o la extensin
de la guerra ms all de ese
pas.
"Abandonar a Corea condu-
cira al desastre", declar. "Co-
rea es no solo objeto de los ape-
titos y ambiciones de la conspi-
racin comunista. Nada resol-
veramos abandonando a Co-
rea".
"La propagacin de la lucha
es atacar a los que estn di-
rectamente envueltos en la a-
gresin tampoco resolvera el
problema", dijo Rusk.
En respuesta a los que abo-
gan por el bombardeo de Man-
churia y el ataque directo a
la China comunista, Rusk dijo:
"Los que tomaron la decisin
de que deben extenderse las
hostilidades ms all de Corea
serian completamente irrespon-
sables, si no tienen en cuenta
el elemento de guerra general
qu acarrearla, con destruccin
y prdida de vidas".
Al hacer notar que no existe
la certeza de que la guerra ge-
neral pueda ser evitada, Risk
advirti que si ella llega, "ce-
bemos estar en la posicin ms
fuerte posible para hacerle
frente".
"En el momento ae mayor
peligro, la fuerza debe prove-
nir de una clara conciencia,
de la nocin de que hemos
hecho todo lo humanamente
posible por evitarla.
"La fuerza vendr de la s-
lida alianza de todos los hom-
bres libres, unidos por su com-
prensin comn. La fuerza ven-
dr de nuestro podero indus-
trial cuyos engranajes se mue-
ven en apovo de nuestro pode-
ro armado".
Conferencia de expatriados
pide el rearme de la fuerza
moral de los pueblos libres-
NUEVA YORK, abril 18.
(USISi. "Las ideas del Plan
Marshall", apoyadas por el mun
d* Ubre, son necesarias para
combatir a las fuerzas totali-
tarias que tratan de destruir la
libertad humana en los pases
.ituados detrs de la Cortina
de Hierro, segn ha declarado
el doctor Juraj Slavlk, ex-mi-
nlstro de lo Interior de Che-
coeslovaquia.
El doctor Slavlk habl en la
Conferencia celebrada aqu el
sbado bajo los auspicios de
la Casa de la Libertad. Trein-
ta dirigentes expatriados de Eu-
ropa Oriental, con representan-
tes de otras zonas, discutieron
sobre el estado de la libertad
cultura, econmica y poltica de
los estados satlites y pesaron
las probabilidades de libertad
de las regiones conquistadas.
Al hacer nfasis sobre la Im-
portancia de mantener libre.s
, las mentes de los hombres.
Zdenek A. Nemeck, autor y ex-
diplomtlco checo, advirti que
el comunismo tiende a la "crea-
cin de un nuevo ser humano"
que el pensador espaol Ortega
y Gassey llama "la masa hu-
mana". El partido piensa por
ese ser".
Al hablar sobre la posible li-
beracin de los Estados sat-
1 lites. Alojzy Adamesyk miembro
del Consejo Nacional polaco,
dijo:
"Debemos tener en cuenta que
una revolucin de un pueuio
desarmado contra las bien ar-
madas fuerzas del comunismo
seria una empresa sin espe-
ranza. No tendra ms oportu-
nidad que la que tienen los
reclusos de una prisin bien
custodiada. Mientras prevalez-
ca la actual situacin hay po-
ca oportunidad de xito en un
1 levantamiento en los pases ba-
jo el control sovitico".
Concluy diciendo que el fu-
1 turo mundo "depende en alfo
| grado de la capacidad del go-
I blerno americano para organi-
zar las fuerzas democrticas
del mundo en la lucha por la
libertad".
Red Panamericana .
tiene los mejores j
Programas
Periodista de los
Estados Unidos se
halla en Panam
El Sr. Clark H. Galloway, di-
rector nter-Americano de la
rev 1st* "U.S. News ii World Re-
port", lleg ayer al Istmo para
una visita de varios das. El Sr.
Galloway estuvo aqu hace dos
aos.
El Sr. Galloway se encuentra
en una jira por los paises de I
Amrica del Sur, y regresar a
los Estados Unidos por la costa
atlntica de Sur-Amrica.
Durante su permanencia en
el Istmo, el Sr. Galloway per-
manecer alojado en el Hotel "El
Panam".
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al raumallamo. artrttl, nurltl,
lumbago, citica, mculoa dolori-
do, coyuntura hinchada. I alor-
inanttn, obtna-a Remind n la
botica n agulda. Romind I alert-
ar rptdament*, prmltl*dol
dormir y trabajar comodamiH. No
ufra lnnec*arlmnt. Obtenga
omine hoy mlmo.
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7
ARROW
ARROW
ARROW
ARROW
ARROW
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Dart (la ms popular)
Drew (Cuello bajo)
Boyd (Cuello semi-duro. puntas separadas)
Arden (Cuello corto)
Sussex (Puntas separadas)
Fenway (Puntas con botones)
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Brockley (Cuello blando)'
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Contour Tropical (Cuello blando)
Belmont Tropical (Cuello semi-duro)
Clenroy (Cuello blanco, puntas separadi
Pell (Cuello blanco, puntas redonda)
ARROW Bard (Cuello para pasador) g
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PAGINA Cl'ATRO
n PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO IWDKPBDttlTB
MIRCOLES, ABRIL 11, 1MI
Falta de proteccin !
a la agricultura
Flta de Proteccin a la
AfriCUltura
Creen algunos que aqu el a-
grlcultor goza de amplsima a-
yuda por parte del Estado. La
misma opinin prevalece en Co-1
lombla. Sin duda para aclarar
O. mejor dicho, para rectificar!
tal concepto 'Caliban'' en au
famosa columna "Danza de las
Horas', ha publicado en El I
Tiempo, de Bogot el artculo l
qur reproducimos a continua-1
cin. El lector encontrar en
esta crnica Ir. prueba irrefuta-
ble de que el agricultor rara1
vee recibe r.:gn estimulo de
parte del Estado y que ms bien
casi siempre cuta sometido a
obstrucciones y dificultades.
He aqu el artculo de "Call-
ban".
El fomento de la agricultura
result casi por completo olvi-
dado en el Plan Currle, cuya a-
plicacln est causando ya tan
graves trastornos. La Sociedad
de Agricultores public en su
or?ano, "Revista Nacional de A-
tticultura". un editorial titula-
do : 'Tierras sin Capital y sin
Crdito", en el que se hadan
criticas fundamentales ft dicho
plan. El presidente del Comit
de Desarrollo Econmico visi-
t t la directiva de la socie-
dad, en el intento de rectificar
las anotaciones del editorial,
Talea rectificaciones fueron con-
testadas por miembros de la
directiva y por una excelente
exposicin que sobre la mate-
ria hizo don Ramn Qmes Sie-
rra. "Revista Nacional de A-
gricultura" publica este intere-
sante documento, en el cual se
exponen con lucidez y perfecto
conocimiento las desfavorables
condiciones en que trabaja el
agricultor colombiano y cmo
ste contina sin proteccin ni
estimulo, El seor Gmez, sie-
rra no tiene, como tantos otros,
erudicin exclusivamente libres-
ca sobre nuestros problemas vi-
tales, sino que los ha estudiado
sobre el terreno, y ha vivido,
pudiera decirse as. la cuestin
en todas sus formas.
Nuestra agricultura dice el
expositor es incipiente. No al-
canza a abastecer la poblacin,
a pesar de que a ella se dedica
el 80 por ciento de sus miem-
Se continuar camino hasta,
la poblacin de Escobal
- CRUCIGRAMA -
42 ^1 z 3T 45
50
54
68
89
HORIZONTALES:
1Cspides.
6Patronmico, Inic.
9Preposicin.
12Olor agradable.
18Abundante, esplndido.
IBLago de Europa.
18Taer rpidamente las
campanas.
17_Nombre de mujer.
18Del verbo arar.
30Imperativo de orar,
aiCelebro.
IIAmarro.
16Fruta tropical,
tDescanso.
10Circuios o redondel.
1Nombre de varn.
4Del verbo alisar.
86Rio del Paraguay.
17Cocinadas en seco.
80Divinidad hind.
41Del verbo alar.
42Adis.
48 Divisa.
48Demostrativo.
60poca.
61Del Verbo rogar.
MLetra castellana, Pl.
ISDescendiente de Agar.
fitPolvo de rocas.
BtReligiosa.
68Posesivo, Pl.
60Claros.
VERTICALES:
iDel verbo calar.
INombre de mujer.
IJuego de nios.
4Del verbo amar.
6Saludable.
Frijoles, en la Amrica
del Sur.
7Agrupacin Poltica
Espaola, Inic.
8Especie.
9Nueces suramerlcanas.
10Que habla en pblico.
11Hermana.
14Hoguera.
19Zrr*.
22Afresis de ahora.
24Audaces, atrevidos.
26Impar.
28Letra griega.
9En el mar.
35-*^Baile cenarlo.
36Pones tieso.
40Querer con amor.
43-^-Hoja narctica.
44Planeta del sistema solar.
45Parejas, lisas.
47Del verbo arar.
49Casualidad.
51Dignidad etiope.
82Del verbo unir, Inv.
64Existia.
Mil.ll lll.s Oh AtEK
broe. No tenemos tradicin agr-
cola, como los peruanos. El sep-
vicio militar la resta braos ul
campo, y se los resta par siem-
pre, porque el campesino paaa-
do por el cuartel no quiere ya
tener contacto con la tierra. ESI
! comparamos el presupuesto des-
1 tinado al pago de servicios im-
productivos, cmo ste es lhil-
mo en comparacin de aqul.
La ganadera, inseparable fie
la agricultura, es dice el se-
or Gomes Sierra actividad
natural y lgica del pueblo co-
lombiano, Tampoco recibe esta
aotlvidad parte siquiera del a-
poyo oficial que necesita. Agrl-
I cultura y ganadera se comple-
mentan, "porque la alimenta-
; cin de las animales constituye i
i principal funcin de la agrlcul-
' tura, y las praderas modernas I
! producen por unidad ms ali-
mentos que granos". Colombia
no ee, pues, solamente pais a-
grlcola, sino agrcola y ganade-
ro, a la vez, O debera serio,
ms bien, porque si no cumplen
estas dos actividades la funcin
primordial de alimentar ft la
poblaclh, cuando hay elemen-
tos suficientes para ello, es por-
que no tienen el desarrollo que
debieran. El seor Gmez Sie-
rra desbarata el manido argu-
mento del latlfundismo y el de
especulacin, de que se suele a-
cusar a los agricultores. En Co-
lombla nunca hubo latliundis-
mo a la manera del argentino
0 el estadinense. Las propleda-f
des mayores de mil lanegadas
son muy pocas. Casi Con todas
las fincas de cierta extensin
han sido ya parceladas, con re-
sultados muy poco satisfacto-
rios, en muchos casos. El lati-
fundio, por si mismo, no es un
mal. La Argentine., con sui e-
normes atlfunaios, y casi sin
maquinarla, logr una colosal
produccin agrcola y a bajo
precio, que le permiti competir
en los mercados Internacionales
con otros pases, fuentes pro-
ductores. El manlfundlo, tal co-
mo lo tenemos en Colombia en
el oriente de Cundlnamarca en
ei Valle de Tensa y en Narlo,
es funesto. La pequea parcela
no alimenta a sus dueos, que
se ven obligados a emigrar, y
mantiene en la miseria a los
cultivadores, pegados a su pe-
dazo de tierra, que no alcanza
a nutrirlos.
El ausentismo, otro manosea-
do argumento, tampoco es cau-
sa de la deficiencia agrcola,
Grandes propiedades en Tos Es-
tados Unidos, en Holanda, en
Argentina, estn manejadas por
sindicatos, que son los ms au-
sentes de todos los dueos, y,
sin valor. Lo importante es ex-
plotarlas, como lo hacen los te-
rratenientes argentinos que las
han entregado a administrado-
res escoceses, con excelentes re-
sultados. Hablar, pues, de revo-
lucin agraria en Colombia, es
necio y torpe. La agricultura
no ha hecho aqu rico a nadie
El agricultor rico o pobre, es el
ms abnegado de todos loa ciu-
dadanos. Sus actividades no
pueden producir reaccin adver
sa ni suscitar envidias ni odios.
El agricultor lucha contra la
meteorologa alocada, como la
califica acertadamente el seor
Gmez Sierra; contra las tierras
pobres: contra la falta de ca-
1 minos; contra las cosechas ma-
Se celebrar en
Chltr congreso
de Amero pxmo.
En el Primer Congreso de A-
suero celebrado la semana pa-
sada en la ciudad de Macara-
cas, el delegado por la Asocia-
cin Cvica 'Pest Unido", Br.
Laurentino Arjona present la
proposicin, que fu aprobada
por unanimidad, en que se es-
coga a Chitrc como sede para
el Segundo Congreso de Azufro.
La proposicin fue presentada
despus de haberse llevado a
cabo conversaciones entre las
delegaciones asistentes y el Dr.
Francisco Samaniego. Se lleg
a la conclusin que ya era tiem
po de ir pensando en hacer u-
na demostracin de fuerza de
proporcionales nacionales y que
dado las muchas facilidades que
ofrece Chltr, era por dichos
motivos el lugar ms indicado
para tal concentracin. Reco-
giendo, pues la opinin de las
diferentes agrupaciones repre-
sentadas en el Congreso, el de-
legado Laurentino Arjona fu
escogido como el proponente de
la mocin para que ft su ves la
sustentara.
Depende de la Contralora
la reparacin de un puente
en casero de Calzada Larga
las, y contra las buenas tam-
bin, que se pierden, por falta
de transportas; contra los la-
dronea de todos los pelajes;
contra la Inseguridad; contra d
gobierno; contra los polticos;
contra los tinterillos y contra
los impuestos. Porque eso de que
el agricultor no paga impues-
tos es atroz mentira. Impuestos
de la renta, de patrimonio, pre-
dial, municipales y nacionales
Y es el caso de loa cafeteros, el
que resulta de la diferencia en-
tre el cambio oficial y al Upo
a como el gobierno toma pane
del producido de las ventas. En
cambio, qu ha recibido el agri-
cultor del Estado? Vagos pro-
yectos de irrigacin, que tiene
que pagar a precios exhorbltan-
tes, como pas con- el canal de
Bugalagrande. Oranjas agrco-
las, fracasadas en su totalidad.
Caja agraria, que ha prestado
sin duda servicios, pero no en
cantidad y calidad suficientes
como para lograr el Ideal de
que Colombia se abastezca a ni
misma. Y el INA y el control de
precios, da los Cuales no hay
qu hablar.
El agricultor Ingls recfbe mas
proteccin del Estado socialista,
que el colombiano, del Estado
conservador, hoy o liberal, an-
tes. La legislacin inglesa ha
suprimido el impuesto sobre do-
naciones y sucesiones, para a-
quelloa que hayan hecho dona-
cin de sus tierras cinco aos
El Ingeniero divisionario e
la zona A, nos ha traido para
su publicacin lft siguiente
carta:
Seor Carlos F. Robold
Presidente del Comit Pro-Me-
joras de calzada Larga.
Seor:
En atencin a su carta apa-
recida en la pgina del Interior
del dia de ayer, tengo a bien
informarle que tanto el Ing. V-
rela como el suscrito fuimos a
ver hace ya un par de sema-
nas, el ouente de Calzada Lar-
ga a que hace referencia dicha
carta.
antes de su muerte. Con esto
se busca el arraigo a la tierra
y se trata de evitar el parce-
lamlento excesivo. En vez de
impuestos, debe seguirse aqui el
ejemplo de otros pases, lijn-
doles precios mnimos a los pro-
ductos agrcolas o pagando sub-
sidios; dando crtidos hipoteca-
rlos a 30 aos al 3 por ciento
anual; intensificando o crean
do la electrificacin rural, y
convirtlendo en realidad todas
las obras de regada, tan men-
tadas y poco vistas.
Lo anterior es apenas un es-
quema de la excelente exposi-
cin del seor Gmez Sierra,
que llegar a conocimiento de
los interesados por medio de
la "Revista Nacional de Agri-
cultura". Reciba el joven agri-
cultor sinceras felicitaciones por
su acertada Intervencin,.
Fundan en Santiago
la Cmara Junior
SANTIAGO Abril. 18 Con
la entusiasta participacin de
j destacados elementos jvenes
de la sociedad de Santiago de
i Veraguas se llev a cabo ayer
: la fundacin de la Cmara Ju-
| nior de esa localidad. Lo nue-
' vos juniors santiagueos se dls-
1 ponen a emprender aCtlvidtxdeS
cvicas de primordial importan-
cia para el mejoramiento de e-
I sa comunidad progresista de
I nuestro interior. Lft directiva de
I lft Cmara Junior de Santiago
de Veraguas la componen: Pre-
sidente Don Jorge A. Fernn-
dez, Vlce-Presldente Don Csar
Fbrega, Secretarlo Doh Jori?e
Garcia, Tesorero Don Julio
Spiegel y Director Nal. Don Er-
nesto Sierra Jr. __________
Como quiera que en efecto
la madera del puente estaba en
mal estado, se hlzq Inmediata-
mente un pedido por todo lo
indispensable para reparar el
puente cuanto antes.
Dicha orden fu aprobada por
el Sr. Ministro y actualmente
est en la Contralora esperan-
do la aprobacin final. Depende
pues, del Sr. Contralor de la
Repblica el que se repare 0
no dicho puente.
Tan pronto como la orden
sea aprobada puede tener la
seguridad de que enseguida se
comenzar la reparacin.
De Usted atto. y S. S.
Bolvar Mrquez Q. Jr.
Ingeniero Divisionario Div. "A"
Con gran esplendor
celebrar Caazas
llegada de imagen
CAAZAS Abril 17 (Corres-
ponsal) Caazas se prepa-
ra para celebrar con todo es-
plendor llegada Imagen vlrgsn
de Ftlma ha sido comprada
para templo parroquial esta lo-
calidad. Festividades tendrn
verificativo da treg de mayo.
Reverendo padre Francisco de
Segurla interpone todo inte-
rs y entusiasmo por que re-
cibimiento sea algo extraordi-
nario jams Visto en anales
historia lugarea. Todo indica
que orquesta El Patio ameniza-
r acta religiosos y tocar bai-
les de gala en aula mxima es-
cuela Jos de la Cruz Mrida.
i Desfile Ha sido planeado por
1 Padre Segurla de manera ex-
| plndlda. Seorita Graciela M-
: riela y Joven Erasmo Mndez
han sido escogidos como aban-
derados desfile. Seor Alcalde
' Distrito en nombre pueblo ca-
(tllco dar bienvenida a celes*
' tial Visitante milagrosa Virgen
de Ftirna. Poblacin se vestir
de gala con arcos, banderas y
guirnaldas avionetas surcarn
los aires para regar flores al
paso de la Imagen. Indudable-
mente fiesta tres de mayo
constituir demostracin inne-
I gflble singular afecto se prof-
sa a Virgen de Ftlnui.
COLON, abril 18. leimbros de la poblacin del
Escobal se dirigieron a EL PA-
RAMA AMBRlCA informaron
Jue haban sabido qu en po-
er de persona acreditada s
encontraba el permiso de la
Zona del Canal, donde se au-
toriza la continuacin del ca-
mino hacia el mencionado pue-
blo.
Dicen los referidos seores
que de. ser asi, ellos desean
el permiso' para continuar la
obra. Complace a EL PANA-
MA AMERICA este informe por
ser este peridico uno de los
propulsores de la campaa pro
Carretera al Escobal. lo que de-
muestra que nuestros Gober-
nantes estn al tanto d elas ne-
cesidades de los pueblos rura-
les que como El Escobal, hay
Sociedad de Palmas
Bellas organizar
fiestas patronales
COLON, abril 18. (RC8).
informes llegados a esta ciu-
dad demuestran que la socie-
dad "Avahzada Juvenil de Pal-
mas Bellas", se har cargo de
las festividades religiosas que
se nevarn a cabo los das 23 y
24 del mes de Junio venidero.
Gran animacin se registrft en
los circuios sociales y religiosos
por la medida optada por la
Junta Catlica de Palmas Be-
llas en conceder la autoridad a
los jvenes de la mencionada
sociedad para que organicen to-
do lo concerniente a la celebra-
cin de ios actos religiosos de
San Juan Bautista.
Por informe suministrado a
este corresponsal por jvenes de
la citada sociedad Indican que
han tomada esta designacin
con el fin de impulsar la cons-
truccin de la iglesia de ese
lugar, que por razones desco-
nocidas an n se ha cons-
truido. *
lNo DUERME Bien?
Puss tmetsuna tasa de POSTUM
prSBfcrada con agua o leche clien-
'. te antea da acostarte, y dormir'
costo un lirn! PoSTUM ao Cra<
tiene cafena. Compre
POSTUM hoy nitmo y
dinfriite d uh tUtflo
tranquilo!
) can-
i
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nana maciaa
nnriran rwiRinnraEi
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lina uaaaa aaa
1)1 V E LE
0 P E P As
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o A N s
i .inn roH^iM i
riMn apiana ian
WMESENLAS
WUNTURAS
Esos dolores son una advertencia de la naturaleza
que usted no debe desor. Pueden ser un Indicio de la
presencia de ciertos desechos y venenos nocivos, que
no han sido debidamente eliminados por los rones.
Estimule sus rones con un medicamento de
renombre mundial: las Pildoras De Witt para los
Rones y la Vejiga. Por su accin diurtica, activan
la funcin renal, favoreciendo, por lo tanto, la
eliminacin de esos venenos y desechos, que son la
causa probable de sus dolores. Adems, ejercen una
suave accin antisptica y balsmica en tsdo el
aparato urinario.
Se venden en todas las farmacias del pais, en
frascos de 40 y 100 pildoras.
laiuimt aaiTAHic*
Pildoras De WITT
para los Riones y la Vejiga
Este ct el brindis de lot
que conocen el benfico
electo de SAL HEPTICA.)
y dos cucharditas de
! SAL HEPTICA, un
! vjo de agua, ion une
i bebida agradable que
laxa con sutvidsd, oren
eficacia y rapidez. Les
dosis 4 SAL HEPTICA
resultan muy econmicas.
Compre el tamao mayor.
La Ford les da SERVICIO
para que duren...!
Todos los autos y camiones en el rengln Ford para 1951 poseen
una caracterstica en comnmayor durabilidad. Y quin sino
Fordque con ms empeo que ningn otro fabricante de autom-
viles ha procurado siempre prolongar la vida de sus vehculos-
puede proporcionar esta durabilidad! Hoy da, esta insistencia de la
Ford en la longevidad de sus productos rinde lucrativos frutos.
Y el programa de servicio Ford tambin rinde lucrativos frutos.
Todo Concesionario Potd, Lincoln y Mercury puede ofrecerle ser-
vicio organizado por los diseadores mismos de su auto. l puede
ofrecerle piezas y herramientas hechas especialmente para su auto.
Y esto representa mayor durabilidad en una poca en que esta
durabilidad reviste mas importancia qua nunca.
Automviles y Camiones FORD
un sinnmero de nuestra Re-
pblica y construyndoles va
de comunicacin adecuada a-
yudan a resolver en parte la
crisis econmica por la cual a-
travlesa el pais.
Haca estragos an
Pacora apidamla
caballar y vacuna
PACORA, Abril 17 Comien-
za brote epidemia hacer estia-
as en lanado vacuno y caba-
ir. Doctores Veterinarios ta-
bftjftn afanosamente sin potier
comprobar su origen. Morado-
res alarmado* temen Su propa-
gacin ya que anos anteriores,
na habido grandes prdidas de
dichos animales.
Modesto Garrido i.
Corregidor
CITACIN
SI Comit Organizador de em-
pleados Civiles y Gubernamen-
tales CIO del Local 900, en su
programa para organizar los
empleados civiles y empleados
de Rata Local en loe serv-*
oos de la Armada y de la
organizacin del Canal y fe-
rrocarril de Panam, tendr
reunin especial en Pueblo Nue-
vo No. 4178, denominado "Sa*
ln Social de Pueblo Nuevo Pro-
resista" a las 7.30 p.m. viernes
9 de.abril.
A todos los empleados de la
Fuerza Armadas y si Panama
Canal, residentes en Pueblo
Nuevo se les pide hacer el es-
fuerzo para atender esta reu-
nin en la cual se discutirn
asuntos de vital importancia.
Je Marsh, a quien llaman "el
tigre" en al mundo de los bolea-
dores, pidi su sueldo ms un
tigre, al firmar contrato con la
20th Century Fox para filmar
en ZAPATA que empezar a
rodarse en breve en Mxico.
Quiere la fiera para que apa- .
rezca con l al empazar las pe- j
leas, como truco publicitario. I
"La Fox tlna todo... No ma
extraarla que tuviera un tigre
no muy grande que me pueda
servir..." dijo.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
^asuEXSS***

salud
en polvo
la llaman
porqu
nutre y
vitaliza !
W
"Uu vehi"
hTWiViirf
la que a
todos
beneficia !
Stncom
AtlE VERO*
VALLE
VERDE
Sobe mejor I
SI-i


*
MTF.RCOLIB. ABKTL II, 1181
II PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO mEPIrTDIENTl
PAGINA CINCO
liifurnie par eata teccln se reciben en la
/Redaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 1-3112
HURAS: 8:M ft 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 134
Cocktail en el Golf i Presidente de '* Repblica Dr.
SSfcS VSU Seor g2g AHfts rl-- r^
de la Euo Standard Oil Co. en
la Dlvlaln de Panam, aeor
Cipriano Paz Rodrigue*, y se-
or*, ofrecen hoy a las seis de
la tarde, n cocktail, para el
cual han circulado lnvltaclonea. |
CockUll
Para agasajar al seftor Stan-
ley C. Hope y seflora, quienes
se encuentran pasando varios
das en Panam, el Coronel Ha- |
rry D. soheibla y seora Louise
de Scheibla ofrecieron ayer un:
cocktail en tu residencia.
Despedida de Soltera
La seora Olga de de Jann
ofreci el lunei un T en 1
Club Unin, para despedir de su
vida d soltera a la seorita Isa
Vallarino Cspedes, quien con-|
traer matrimonio prximamn-
ts con el seor Richard flurgoo-
ne.
Participacin de Matrimonio
El seor Alberto Vallarino y
seora Isabel C. de Vallarino y
el seor Ernest V. Trott han
enviado las participaciones para
el matrimonio de sus hijos. Isa
y Richard, acto que se verificara
el viernes 20 de abril a las fl.30
p.m. en el Santuario Nacional
de) Corazn de Mara.
Cambio de Residencia
La Seora Evella de Velarde y
su hijo el seor Pablan Velarde
Jr. han trasladado su residen-
cia a la Ave. Jos Gabriel Du-
que en La Cresta, n donde se
ponen a las rdenes d sus
amistades
Calurosa bienvenida' se tribut al Ing. Jos R. Gulzado
*W**
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Tome ahora y siempre una copito
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!
Para los Estados Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos al
Dr. Adollo Arlas P, y seora Ce-
cilia E. de Arlas quienes siguie-
ron hoy para Hueva York.
Grato paseo le deseamos al se-
or Gabriel Gulzado, quien si-
gua hoy para st. Louis, en don-
de pasar una temporada.
Para Costa Rica
Despedimos al seor Euseblo
A. dmales, quien sigui hoy
hacia San Jos por la va area.
sigui ayer para Costa Rica
en viaje de negocios el seor
Rogelio Alfaro. Lo despedimos.
De Europa
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a la seflora
Suzanne W, de Borda, esposa
del Encargado de Negocios de
Colombia, seor Leopoldo Borda
Roldan quien procedente de Pa-
ris, lleg en das pasados a Pa-
nam.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Nueva York se
encuentra de nuevo en panam
el seor Adalberto Fastlich y
seflora Dorlta de Fastllch acom-
paados de su ifla Los saluda-
moa cordialment.
De Chepo
Despus d haber pasado la
temporada de verano en Chepo,
s encuentra de nuevo en la
capital el seor Renato Ozores
y seora Rita T. de Ozores y sus
nios.
1 Presidente de Portugal
por casi un cuarto de siglo
muere de afecci cardacp
Una numerosa concurrencia dispens una calurosa bienvenida calculada por sus organiza-
dores en ms de dos mil personas al ingeniero Jos Ramn Gulzado, segundo Vlce-Prsl-
dants do la Repblica y hasta hace poco Embajador Extraordinario de Panam ante el Go-
bierno de Mxico, con motivo de su regreso al pas. El Ingeniero Gulzado es miembro pro-
minente del Partido Revolucionarlo Autntico y uno de los candidatos a la Presidencia de la
Repblica, en el seno de esa aajrupaoin. En la fotografa aparece el ncleo principal de las
personas de distintas clases sociales que se con regaron en la Plata 5 de Mayo para saludarlo
t momentos en que haca uso de la palabra pa ra agradecer ese homenaje popular de .simpata.
IAH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
QA para Ud. tambin!
Jgjfe Odido Y ortlfkantw
DS HOJUELAS PI AViM 3-MINUTOS
En iodo el mundo tos nlfloi prefieren til
Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos. Y s a som-
broso lo mucho que ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvales y vet.
Luego srvase mtied tambin un pisto
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son ts:as suculentas hojuelas
de avena, mad.irada al di y de rico labor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar unlverealmente preferido
pera el desayuno.
sai
*******
Cbnuy
alte
mafi...
SS EMBELLECE SU RECAMARA
CON UN PRECIOSO JUEQO
WCMO DE LA mejo CAOBA,
POR LOSMEJORES EBANISTAS
SOLO /. 2 3 ZSl ***
alcOntado* a plazos por Club
^BlERIfl
Infermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Mara Ofelia
de Rodriguez Lendlan, quien se
encuentra recluida en su resi-
dencia pot motivos de salud.
Qu fortuna
%1 tener esta
madrecita
Afortunado l beb cuya mam
lo lavs con Jabn Johnson y lo
frota con Aceite Johnson que
protegen y favorecen la piel,
i selos usted tambin!
ACEITE
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
la majar pera af Rie ...
te majar pan **4
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaados de su recin na-
cido abandon hoy la clnica
San Fernando la seora Isabel
Lara de Fernndez.
La seora Ana Julia P. dje
Oarcia de Paredes, se encuentra
d nuevo en su residencia acom-
paada de su nio.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Hilda V. del H. de Van
Hoorde.
Dr. Gregorio Mir.
seor Julio R. Vaids
Biflor Armando Pallis Lacayo
..ia Ana Elena Boyd Chap-
man
Nia Marta Gonzalez Ruiz Al-
varado ,
Nia Vllma Raquel Corts
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seor Arlstldes Romero Jr.
Nia Marcela Elsentnann Gri-
mas.
Nio Jorge F. Boyd Harth
Presidente Vargas
se llamar avenida
de Estados Unidos
NUEVA YORK. Abril 18 (UP)
El pueblo de West New York
en el Estado de Nueva Jersey
cambiar el nombre de la calle
principal a "Avenida Presiden-
te Vargas" el 21 de abril, en
una ceremonia en la que par-
ticipar el Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores de Brasil, Joao
Neves Da Fontoura.
En la misma, ceremonia el
Canciller Neves' condecorar al
Alcalde del pueblo, John Otls,
con la orden del Crucelro do
Bul.
Otls. segn sus amigos, ha
sido siempre un gran admi-
rador del Brasil. Durante la
guerra envi una memoria a
Un nuevo instituto Pelculas sobre la
abordar problemas defensa civil sern
de la prensa libre exhibidas en Panam
NUEVA YORK, Abril (USIS) I En la reunin celebrada ra el
Un Instituto Internacional I despacho de la Defensa Civil,
de la prensa, que actuar co-! se reunieron hoy un grupo re-
mo tribuna y cmara de com-' presentanvo de los ingenieros
pensacin para los problemas para discutir la defensa de la
de la prensa Ubre, ser esta- ciudad en caso de una cats-
blecido en Ginebra. troe por motivo de pura gue-
La terminacin de los arre- rra.
glos para el establecimiento del
stltuto ha sido anunciado por En a reunin se explicaron
Lestr Maikei editor domlnl-, os objetivos y se hizo mencin mona encabez la rebelln con-
cal fiel New York Times, quien debe d pelculas explicativas tra el Mariscal Gmez Da Cos-
propuso la creacin de esa en- de las medidas que deben o-
'ldad doptarse en caso de bombardeo
' El instituto ser financiado atmico que sern pasadas a
durante los tres primeros aos,
de funcionamiento a base ex- opiniones, libre publicacin de
perimental mediante conceslo- peridicos,
nes de $150,000 de la Fundacin 2 La obtencin de un enten-
Ford y $120,000 de la Funda-: dlmlento entre loe editores, y
cin Rockefeller, y cuotas de, de esa manera entre los pue-
aproxlmadamente $30,000 Jga- blos;
3. Fomento de intercambio
libre de Informacin exactas;
4. Mejoramiento de las prc-
ticas del periodismo.
LI8BOA. abril 18. 'UP).
El General Antonio Osear de
Fragoso Carmona, Presidente de
Portugal por casi un cuarto c\e
siglo, muri de una afeccin
cardiaca a la edad de 81 aos.
Carmona se habla debilitado
por un ataque de Influenza la
semana pasada, muriendo a las
19:43 de la maana. El Pre-
mier Antonio de Ollvelra Sala-
zar y otros miembros del Ga-
binete se encontraban a su la-
do cuando le sobrevino la muer-
te, pocas horas despus de ha-
ber recibido los ltimos ritos
de la Iglesia Catlica.
Seis mdicos se encontraban
a su cabecera durante toda la
noche, y el General salla de su
estado de coma por cortos mo-
mentos, no pudlendo los mdi-
cos detener su continua reca-
da. A las 10:29 de la maana
los mdicos saban. que el fi-
nal estaba cerca, y notifica-
ron al Premier y a sus fami-
liares.
MISA DE REQUIEM
Sr dir en la Ifleala Catedral el
Shada 21 da Abril a lai I: m.
por el elerna descanso del alma
de la que en vida w llam
TERESA LEMOS
DE DURANTE
Su raposo Juan B. Durante aara-
derer la alinearla a te aelo
piadosa.
Colin, Abril 18 de ItSI.
das por los peridicos miem-
bros. Si se decide continuar el
Instituto despus de los tres a-
os experimentales, el costo lo
sufragarn los peridicos.
Markel dijo que el Instituto
tendr los siguientes propsi-
tos principales:
1. Fomento y salvaguardia Ue
la libertad de prensa, por la
cual se entienden: acceso li-
bre a las noticias, expresin de
Carmona sirvi como otlclal
de Instruccin en el Ejrcito de
Portugal durante muchos aos
antes de entrar en la poltica
en 1021, Carmona fue Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores por
poco tiempo, despus de los le-
vantamientos de 1928.
Despus de un mes de estar
encargado de esa Cartera, Car-
ta, convirtindose en Premier y
Ministro de Guerra. En no-
viembre de 1928 tambin des-
empe las funciones de Jefe
del Estado.
Carmona fue electo Presiden-
te de Portugal en las elecciones
Senerales de marzo de 1928 y se
izo extender el periodo de
cinco aos a dos anos mas n
1933, cuando el periodo para
los Premieres fue aumentado
a 7 aos.
Fue reelecto sin oposicin en
1935, 1942 y 1949 y en 194?'
asumi el rango de Mariscal
el cual habla sido eliminado'
desde el derrocamiento de G-
mez Da Costa.
toda la poblacin en funciones
pblicas en parques y patios.
En la reunin se coment la
necesidad de crear, dentro de
la Defensa Civil, una seccin
especial de ingeniera que -e
encargase de todos los proble-
mas de Ingeniera en casos de
bombardeo y de prevencin de
accidentes por los mismos mo-
tivos.
Vargas firmada por gran par-
te de la poblacin, rindiendo
tributo al Brasil por la ayuda
que prestaba.
Elige directiva la
Asamblea de Pdtes.
de centros "PRA

"Nunca son que un polvo facial
pudiera ser
tan halagador"
dice
la srfiora
de Nicholas K. du Pont,
gentil V debocada dama de
la toedad norteamericana
En la ltima sesin de la A-
samblea de Presidente e Inspec-
tores de Centros Panamcistas,
se Jurament la siguiente di-
rectiva; Presidsnte Lie. Vctor
M. Villalobos; vice Presl
dente, Eulogia de Arlas; Secre-
tarlo General, Faustino Moran
H., secretarla de- Actas y Co-
rrespondencia, arta. Elida Qul- fc VA-j
Jano; Tesorera Faustina A. de lJW
Pinto; Fiscal, Florial Garrido;
Secretarlo General de los Cen-
tros, Antonio Tejada E.
La directiva fu reorganiza-
da en virtud de la renuncia pre-
sentada por el titular, don Bue-
naventura Rodriguez M., quien
se separ por enfermedad.
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Tal 3-0253____________________
SE VENDE: Cachorro pe" lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.__________
SE VENDEN:--Pasajes Pan-American
Airways v se aceptan reservacio-
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lla Visto. Avenida Per 25. Ofici-
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estccionamiento.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
Ofrecemos baila y alta lata Irania al
mar. Precio: solomenta B/.4 35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5a.
No. 22, Tal. 2-2388.
SE VEND:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
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terrazas y grandes talones brin-
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lia. Situada en AVE. JUSTO ARO-
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conveniencias. Para informes a ins-
peccin Home o: WOLFF Y CA.
LTDA., Colle 5a., 22, Tel. 2-2388.
CUEROS LEGTIMOS
de tapicen
(americanos^
69e pie cuadrado
RICARDO A. MIRO, S.A.
Tel. 2-3335. Colla 16 Este No. 4
GANGA* Se vende excelente bicicle-
ta. Colle 32 Este No. 6.
Vendo llantas usodes: 600x16
750x20 825x20 900x20
900x16 1000x22 650x16
1000x20. Gernimo de la Ossa,
(Intro).
SE VENDE:Hamaca de pojo ecua-
toriana. Almacn Eugenio Chan.
Calle 13 Este.
JE VENDE:20 discos de lecciones
en" ingls, estufa elctrica, lavodo-
ro porttil, hamaca, alfombras,
herramientas, tina de bao. Jos
Francisco de lo Ossa No. 30. Apto.
12 ^^__^___________
SE VENDE:Por s!o B/.90.00, (la
mitad de nuevas I es imposible
conseguir mquina "Smger," mo-
derna, como la que ofrecemos. Ave.
"B" 73.
SE VENDE:Un establecimiento por
motivo de viaje. Calle 13 Salsipue-
des. Casa 14, establecimiento 4,
Panami.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia y buenas referencias. Calle
41 No. 19. .
SE NECESITAN: Empleadas, buen
sueldo. Pota informes Calle Carlos
A: Mendosa-No. 70. Tais. 2-3122
2-0135.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro la-
var y planchar, y otros servicios
domsticos, que duerma en el tra-
bajo; B/.20.00 de sueldo. Calle
la. Perry Hill, Cosa 2, Apto. 7.
SE NECESITA:Una muchacha jo-
veh y de buena presencia. Ocurra
V(a Porras 218. de 3 a 6 p.m.
solamente.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje la
acreditada Barbera Europea. Ca-
lle' I 7 Oeste No. 70.
SE VENDE:Lote en Tronsistmica,
frente Fabrica Tubos Martini,
3160 metros con tres colles, pro-
pio paro fbrica o depsito, a
B/.4.00 metro. Telfono 3-2407.
SE VENDE:Lotes en "El Cangrejo",
los ltimo que quedan, cerca Via
tspaho. otro con vista a la baha,
y dos cerca Nuevo La Salle. Vase
con duea en Va Porras No. 66,
Telfono 3-2407.
SE CESE A:Una cocinera que sepa
I su oficio. Debe dormir en el em-
pleo. Ave. Central 115
I i
'SE NECESITA:Cocinera joven que
sepa cocinar y toce de buena sa-
lud. Informes: Ferial, Avenida 'B'
al lado entroda carros Bazar Fran-
cs.
SE VENDE:Refresquera y Abarr-
teme en Avenida "A" No. 48.
Para, informes llame Tel. 2-0052.
SE VENDE:Lo ltimo coso da ur-
banizacin ICA2A Y NAVARRO
an calla 13, San Francisco da lo
Caleta, 3 racimaros, sala-comedor,
cocina, bao. Lote de 406 metros
cuadrados. Informes: Juan Nava-
rro. Avenido Cuba entra calle 25
y 6 Este. Telefcno 2-0481.
SE VENDE:50 pollas Mas, 3 Vi
meses nacidos. Informes: Calle 41
No. 15. Tel. 3-0385.___________
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Gladiolos en colores surti-
dos. Jprdn Berto, Calle 12 Oeste
No. 43. Tel. 2-1581.___________
Cualqu er mujer que quiero traba-
jar en oficio domsticos, consigue
empleo en la Agencia de Avenido
B. 73^____________________^_
ENSEANZA DI BAILI
ISPAOL.
Clsico, regional y curso de casta-
uelas, froncs y piano. Por pro-
fesora extranjera. Hotel Interna-
cional. Dpto. 304.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
manjelo uo.
50 star bar
m 7 star millo.
Carraa asegurada.
Tal. 2-l95 Garage Ilia
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
VENDO:Precio de quema, juago de
comedor. Calle Lo Santos, Terra-
pln No. 1. Apto. 7.
SE VENDE: Espejo grande, cama
para nio, meso poro cef, mesa
de caoba para t, meso para bi-
blioteca, juego de comedor, bara-
to. Shrapnel, Gasa 150. Colle Pros -
pect, une sala va a Q u a r ry
Heights.
SE VENDE:Lujoso juego de raci-
mar*, Precio original 6V650. Re-
galado en B.225. Colle 34 No. 7.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Loco) poro oficina.
' arribo del Teatro Centra,.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclus.vomente po-
ra oficina* locales cntricos en las
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precia* mdicos. Solicitan infor-
macin *n Almacene 5 10 e*n-
tuvo.
SE ALQUILA:Local espacioso pora
oficina o depsitos situado en lo
Avenida del Per No. 9. Infrmese
en la Ca. General de Seguros, S.A.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pera 1os
oficios domsticos, que sepa la co-
cina. Debe dormir en casa. Calle
46 No. 19. Apta. 5.
SE NECESITA:Empleado recomen-
dada para lavar y cocinor, en
Avenida Ecuador No. 12.
SI NECESITA:Une carguero can
recamaadacin. De 25 e 50 eejee.
Tiena ui dormir en el emplee.
Av*. loleee y Cali* 13. Coi. Na.
45.
SE NECESITA:Una bueno cocinero,
que lepo disponer, no tiene que
dormir en el empleo. Campo Ale-
gre, Ave. Manuel Icaza 26.
SE NECESITA-- E-rpleada poro cui-
dar nio de 3 aos. Colle 44 No.
9. Apto. 12.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartemento muy
ventilado de dos recmaras sola-
romedor, cuarto de servicior v ga-
rage. Calle 2o. Perejil No, II.
Ocurra telfono 3-0533 o en opar-
tomentos oltos de la misma case.
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento en
Calla 46 Este No. 2, Bello Vista.
Planto baja. Ocurra mismo lugar
o Home telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras recin pintado. Salo co-
' medor, cuarto empleada, balcn,
etc. Calle Colombia No. 8, Apar-
tamento 5.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento, 2 re-
cmaras, salo-comedor, B/.55 00
love. 85 Avenida Cuba.
SE ALQUILAN:--Aportamentos de 2
y 4 recmaras sala, comedor y ser-
vicio. Calle 45 No. 5. oltos
SE ALQUILAN:Apartomentos Casa
Ansonia, Calle 44 Este No. I.
Sala-comedor, porch, tres recima-
ras. Llame Tel. 3-0068.
ALQUILASE: Apartomento confor-
table, comodidades modernas, dos
recmalos, etc., Casa 2047, Via
Espaa. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILAN: Aportamentos,
B.3O.0. B.35.00 y B.50.00. Para
Informa (Oficino Gelabart). Tel.
2-0364.____________
SE ALQUILA:Apartemento moder-
no, talo, recmara, comedor, coci-
no, bao y potio. Ave. Jos d* F-
brego No. 14, Pasadena.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
Do vanta n
LA BYZKAYNA
SE NECESITA;Una empleodo poro
cocinor. Avenido Tivoli No. 406-B.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Operario poro tra-
bajar con aire comprimido. Vio
Perras 130.
CASA mayorista necesita vendedor
paro visitar al comercio. Buen por-
venir pero hombre trabajador.
Cosmeterio Imperial. Ave. Central
27-A.
SE NECESITA:Uno costurero poro
coser calzados para zapatera El
Record. Calle "B" No. 11.
SE NECESITAN;Agentes vendedo-
res. Ocurro: Calle Jos Oboldia
No. 6.
SE ALQUILADepartamento, 2 re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, cuarto em-
pleada. Edificio "Hispanio", Calle
Colombio 3. Entroda independien-
te.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amueblado
con telfono y comodidades pora
persono *'xig*nt*. CaM* 43 No. 43,
Apto. C.
SE ALQUILA; Cuarto amueblado,
ropa de cama, ele, paro hombre
tolo. Calle Colombio No. 8, Apor-
tamento 5.
SE ALQUILA: Recmara grande
emueblado, frente calle con coci-
na, lu y gas. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALOUILA:Un cuarto amuebla-
da can entrada independiente. Ca-
ll Estudiante Na. 73, Apto. 5.
RECREACIONES
Goce de un clima a*rodale, eoa
amueblada con todo el confort en
Cerro Cema"e; tambin ca'os a
orilla da lo playo en Sanio Clara.
Llame Sfcropnel Balboa 2820 o vea
al euidodor, all mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Una pieza a pareja
responsable en Calle 7a. No. 11
segundo olto.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
La Caja del Seguro
lecha de expiracin, el que se I
despache tendr no menos del..
75Tr de vida en el momento de
aer recibido por la Caja de Se-
guro Social;
f)__Que se acepta como forma
de pago giro por conducto del
Banco Nacional de Panam, a
treinta t30i das vista por lof
menos: j
g>Que se acepta como gana-
dor de! concurso en cada ren- [
gln, al articulo cotizado a me- ;
nor precio relativamente a su
calidad, cuya apreciacin por
parte del representante autori-
zado de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial ha de ser plenamente acep-
tada, salvo el caso > una injus-
ticia claramente demostrable, en
el cual podr apelarse a la de-
cision del Departamento de Con-
trnir-ia de ja caja de Seguro;
Social; y
h< -Q..e se roconoce a la Ca-
ja de Seguro Social el derecho
de recntrir as nrcTes-s no
convenientes a sus intereses, f
de aumentar o disminuir s
camidade.--. hasta en un 25*.,
aln que ello d derecho a variar
el precio.
rtvmr-ftA TAMBIN EL PROPO-
NERTE DE ANTEMANO LAS
CONDICIONES SIGUIENTES:
la.Para poder tomar parte
en este CCMCURSO DE PRE-
CIOS deber consignar cheque
certificado por no menos del
10* del valor total de la pro-
puesta, a nombre de la Caja
de Seguro Social, antes de ven-
SE ALQUILA:Lo oficino y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por lo
Co. Colgate-Polmolive-Peef con
cabida de ms de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente al Estadio
Nacional. Infcmese: Wolff y Ca.
Ltd*., Colla 5o.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
ALQUILASE:Amplio local para de-
psito, casa concreto. No. 46, Calle
Coln. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B .9.50
Entrega
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. =22
Tel S-1713
LECCIONES
La Academia de Corte y Confeccin
tiene abierto lo matrcula pare los
cursos de Corte y Confeccin. Es-
pecialidad en corte, alta costura,
bordado, a mano y o mquina y
sastrera. Avenida "A" No. 30.
Tal. 2-2474.
cerse el plazo de recepcin de
las propuestas.
2aPara ser vlidas las pro-
puestas, los proponentes debern
firesentar. en el momento de ser
tudas, envases originales de los
artculos ofrecidos, y dejarlos
en poder de la Caja de Seguro
Social en caso de resultar agra-
ciados. Si se trtate de maoui-
narlas u otros artculos pesados,
voluminosos o de considerable
precio, bastarn ilustraciones y
descripciones detalladas.
3a.El proponente ganador
deber consignar fianza de cum-
plimiento de la obligacin con-
trada, consistente en depsito
del 10^ del valor adjudicado, el
cual depsito pasar a perte-
necer a la Caja de Seguro So-
cial si no se cumple lo estipu-
lado.
4a.Todo artculo cotizado de-
ber llenar, de manera total, los
reoutsltos que exijan las dispo-
siciones gubernamentales vigen-
te.
El Alcalde
taran cooperacin de loa due-
os de casas en la Avenida
Central, del comercio en ge-
neral y del Municipio. El ptan
de aceras embellecidas podra
extenderse, posteriormente, a
otros sectores Importantes de
1* ciudad.
"Ola Roja"
netrstnte hedor de ahimales ma-
rinos en putrefaccin cangre-
jos, camarones, peces y agua-
malas, asi como muchas va-
riedades ms .nlcleron nece-
sario que la playa fuera cerra-
da a los baistas.
Una cuadrilla de sanidad to-
m ms de cuatro das en
limpiar 1st playa de estos des-
perdicios.
Inmediatamente el Capitn
Chrlstlanson se comunic con
el Coronel Norman W. Elton,
jefe- del Laboratorio de Sani-
dad del Canal de Panam, para
investigar qu estaba sucedien-
do.
Se llevaron muestras del agua
roja de la playa del Balboa
Yacht Club, Far Fan y otras.
Los bacterilogos encontraron
organismos interesantes en el
agua roja, pero el Coronel Elton
confes que todava no pueden
explicar mucho sobre las con-
diciones de esta agua roja, ex-
cepto que contiene unas tres
especies de "dio-flagelados".
Hace una semana la "ola ro-
ja" se alej de Fuerte Kobbe,
pero el anlisis del agua toda-
va muestra un contenido de-
masiado alto de bacterias para
que los baistas puedan segun-
dndose sus zambullidas. Las
playas de Amador y Far Fan
no han sido cerradas, ya que
en esas playas no han habido
peces muertos.
El Ejrcito Norteamericano
envi ayer un avin para ins-
peccionar el mar, encontrando
manchas rojas en diversos lu-
gares, parecidos a un manchn
de tinta roja en un secante
verde, la cual se acercaba a la
Playa Venado y a Fuerte Kobbe.
Disctase en
decir, que la Ley del Presupues-
to no puede en modo alguno
alterar la Ley Orgnica de una
institucin.
Al pedrsele esta maana una
declaracin al respecto al pro-
ponente H. D Lorenzo Barraza.
dijo: "No estoy eliminando la
Polica. Secreta sino cratraJl-
rando roa servicio* de Polica en
l un solo Departamento".
COBRE
M* tarde ser ms difcil
conseguirlo.
Nosotros todava tenemos
en existencia:
ROLLOS
HOJAS -
TUBERA
ACCCESORIOS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 27Tel. 3-0140
SE ALQUILA:Cosa mixta indepen-
dien-e. Altos: Tres recmaros, ser-
, vicio. Ba|os: Salo-comedor, cocina,
cuarto empleada, lavaderos, espa-
cio para carro. Jardn, patio. Tres
minutos parada bus. Via Belisario
Porras, Calle 13 No. 7. BV.70.00
mensuales.
SE ALQUILAN:En Casos Dorito-
Carmencito oportomentos. Va Poi-
tilla. Sala-comedor, dos recmaras
por B.65.00. Lime Tel. 3-0068.
ALQUILASE Casa amplia, clara,!
comodidades modernas, cuatro re-1
cmaras, dos servicios sanitarios,
etc.. i piso alto). Calle Quinta No.
4. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Amplia y fresca ca-
sa ele 7 recmaras y dos servicios.
Para oficina y- alejamiento de las
familias de los empleados. Ademar
dos apartamentos odiclonoles. Pre-
cio otroyente pora Consulado, ne-
gocios o Institucin o una cuadra
de Vio Espaa y Belisario Porros.
Informes 3-0471. aportado 1045
Panam. Nos adaptaremos a sus
necesidades.
BALANZAS
de mostrador y de colgar.
ROMANAS
de 1,000 y 2,000 lbs.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335
Panam
SE VENDE
Automvil*
SE VENDE: Por B/.2.0Q0.00 con
fociiidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos puer-
tas, con llantas blancos, cubre
asientos y con 6500 millas reco-
rridas. Infrmese con Anas en el
2-2322 por las moanos.
SE VENCE:Cadillac 62 Sedanette
modela 48, excelentes condiciones,
radie, llantas blancas, impuestos y
placas pogadas. Llame Bal boa
2984
AVISO
Nuestra Sucursal ha si-
do trasladada al Almacn
Principal situado en Calle
l Este No. 4.
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Telfono 2-3335
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este #4 Tel. 2-ZSM
Celebracin nacional
traoficial al hroe de Bataan,
pues hoy, ms de 750,000 ciu-
dadanos participarn en el des-
file y recepcin que como reci-
bimiento oficial se le brindar
al General de cinco estrellas.
Dieron la bienvenida a Mac
Arthur, el Gobernador Earl Wa-
rren, en nombre de California.;
el Alcalde Elmer Robinson, en
nombre de 8an Francisco y el
Teniente General Albert C. We-
demeyer,' como Comandante del
Sexto Ejrcito y representante
especial del Secretarlo de De-
fensa, George C. Marshall.
El General MacArthur, son-
riendo, dijo: "Nunca he visto
algo como sto. Es algo Impre-
sionante. Es perfecto, sera per-
fecto an cuando no hubiese es-
tado ausente catorce aos"-.
Una gran multitud se con-
centr frente al Hotel Saint
Francis, en donde el General se
hospeda, con la esperanza de
poder siquiera echarle un vis-
tazo al hombre que condujo a
las tropas norteamericanas a
la victoria contra el Japn.
El General haba pedido que
no se celebraran ceremonias
formales de bienvenida a su
llegada, pero San Francisco no
pudo resistir la tentacin de re-
cibir a su hroe y a pesar de
las altas horas de la noche,
e lanzaron a la calle para dar-
le una bienvenida al hroe.
Ms de 150.000 personas se
encontraban en el aeroDuerfo.
Miles de miles de personas lle-
nabon las orillas del rri" mi
'ondnce desde el aeropuerto al
Hotel Saint Francis. Ms de
75,000 personas se encontraban
frente a su hotel y ms de
cinco millones de norteamerica-
nos pudieron ver al General, al
hVoe de Bataan en sus apara-
to* de televisin.
Hoy habrn ms ceremonias
en honor del General. MacAr-
thur desfilar en auto a travs
de las calles de San Francisco,
en donde lo espera una lluvia
de confetti y serpentinas lan-
zados desde los rascacielos.
Inmediatamente despus dei
desfile, el General se dirigir
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema de
nintura visitando los
ALMACENES TR0PIDURA
Atencin esmerada
or expertos en pintara
TODO EN PINTURAS
TROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
el Concurso Mir
Ya han comenzado a enviar
a Educacin algunas obras pa-
ra el Concurso Mir. Los vol-
menes tal como se reciben, son
guardados en espera de la fe-
cha de cierre del concurso.
Como se sabe, el cierre del
concurso ocurrir el 31 de mayo.
al edificio del Ayuntamiento, enCnvnn rihrnc nnrn
donde ser reqibldo oficlalmen- CiiVian ODTOS pOTO
te por el Alcalde Elmer E. Ro-
binson y otros funcionarlos mi-
litares y civiles para darle la
bienvenida formal de la ciudad.
El Alcalde ha proclamado el
da de hoy como "Da del Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur" y
pidi que por lo menos 750,000
personas participen en las ce-
remonias.
Despus, el General partir
hacia Washington, en donde
hablar ante una sesin con-
junta del Congreso de Estados
Unidos para presentar su caso.
Despus de inspeccionar una
guardia de honor de cuatro pe-
lotones, el General MacArthur
subi a una plataforma y se
dirigi a la multitud diciendo:
"Ustedes no saben lo que es
regresar a casa. Durante largos
y tristes aos; tanto ral seo-
ra como yo hemos hablado so-
bre nuestro retorno. Al fin he-
mos regresado. Estamos conmo-
vidos por la maravillosa hospi-
talidad que esta ciudad nos ha
brindado. Gracias por no ha-
bernos olvidado".
SAN FRANCISCO, abril 18.
Habr concierto
He aqu el programa:
Paso doole taurino Josellto Bien-
venida ....... P. Marqulna
Seccin de la Zarzuela "Los
Gavilanes ....... Guerrero.
Poema: Una noche en Gaiata-
yud .......... Pablo Luna.
Mazarka de la Zarbuela Luisa
Fernanda .....____Moreno.
Jota: El Baturro ..... Benella.
Danza Tpica Panamea:
Hierba Buena .........Arreglo
de Charpentier.
Al enterarse
de autos, Ballis les inform que,
ya su mujer Alicia Babacans'
naba sustrado el dinero de la'
Caja fuerte y que ellos deban ir
(UP). El General Courtney ,u, para aDririt con objeto de
Withney, Secretarlo del General QUe M creyera que se haba
MacArthur. dijo que "MacAr-
thur no tiene Intenciones de
pelear su destitucin desde una
base poltica".
Dijo que el General "solo
piensa dejar que la naturaleza
siga su curso".
Al preguntrsele si MacAr-
thur se senta amargado por su
destitucin. Whitney dijo: "El
(MacArthur) es demasiado buen
soldado para sentirse amargado
por eso". '
que se creyera que
ciectuado el robo.
Alvarado afirma que Alicia le
dijo "Ve a la Caja que est en
la esquina, en el suelo, ustedes
entran, no tenarn diiicultadea
porque la caja esta abierta. Co-
jan la manigueta y abran a la
derecha. Uo den lo contrario
porque se cierra. All solo hay
cheques pagados sin valor. Rie-
guen todo por el suelo, dejen
la caja abierta y la puerta de
la oficina tambin. El papel quo
se les da (que tenia la combina-
cin) es para el caso de quo
-na eirritnK ustedes se equivoquen y la ca-
ljOS ejercito Ja ^ clerre A) ,ado gy una
Al oeste otra fuerza blinda- Caja donde Santander Alvarado
da avanzo hacia el norte de guarda sus cosas, es bueno que
Yochon en su avance hacia la rieguen tambin, porque all
Chorwon ancla occidental del j no hay nada de importancia
tringulo de Chorwon-Pyong-1 tampoco
van-Kumhwa, encontrando po-: Alvarado explico despus qu.
el resistencia, pero encontraron' Ballis dio instrucciones a Gon-
v*R> **- *- ar- __....i valsa? naro nut* onlrsra v m\ ca
ClUB DE 67.1.50
6 SILLAS DE COMEDOR,
asiento tapizado.
CUNA, SPRING DE HIE-
RRO, COLCHN DE AL-
GODN.
MUEBLERA TURN
"MUEBLE GANADO,
MUEBLE ENTREGADO"
Champas "Collins"
de 13 pulgadas
"
Bateras "Eveready
Tiros "Remington"
Calibre 22
Cartuchos
"Remington"
Para todos los calibres.
Trampas para Ratones
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
ELECTRICISTAS!...
TUBERA
ELCTRICA,
GALVANIZADA
v NEGRA
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La mis acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Ra Abaje Z154-Tel 1-tSM.
Almaren Calle "I" *4
TeL t-1751
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2"x6t2'x8'
Calibre 26
setenta toneladas de munido
nes en un depsito, volndolos.
Una quinta ueraa blindada
avanz nueve millas al norte de
la carretera sel-Kuinhwa, en-
trando en la villa de Chlgyong-
Dong quemndola. En ruta na-
ca Chigyong-Dong. K;^"
encontraron un tren de. muas
de 100 hombres, matando a 70
de ellos, y un poco mas Uor-
te quemaron grandes depsitos
de abastecimientos. .,.,.
Mientras las luerzas blinda-
das se encontraban dentro de
Chigyong-Dong, pidieron dos
veces la intervencin de la a-
vlacin, para que atacaran a
un regimiento que se encontra-
ba atrincherado en las posi-
ciones de los cerros que domi-
nan la villa. .
I Las tropas de varias naciones
aliadas avanzaron lentamente
I contra poca oposicin Solamen-
te en el -frente occidental en
: las montaas al sur de Kumhwa
hubieron choques. Un batalln
1 rojo trat de detener el avance
a- travs de las montanas de
' Wwangdok. La infantera alla-
;da pidi el apayo de la avia-
cin y los pilotos aliados lan-
zaron bombas de "napalm" so-
bre cerros, obligando a los ro-
jos salir de sus posiciones.
Un oficial aliado en el frente
occidental dijo que crea que
los rojos se estaban retirando
hacia otra linea de defensa mas
cerca de Chorwon.
En el frente central occiden-
tal, otro oficial aliado dijo que
los comunistas haban suspen-
dido todo contacto, pero que e-
ra difcil analizar sus movi-
mientos o localizar sus posicio-
nes, ya que los rojos son exper-
tos en las operaciones noctur-
nas y en el camuflaje.
Ser reinaugurada
nezolano aterriz a las 8 de la
tarde y el segundo a las siete
de la noche.
El grupo queda bajo la direc-
cin del Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores Luis E. Gmez Ruiz,
quien pronunciar el discurso
principal en la ceremonia de
inauguracin.
Entre los pasajeros se encon-
traba 12 cadetes peruanos en-
cabezados por el Coronel Mar-
cial Romero Pardo. El Vice-Pre-
sidente del Per. Hctor Boza
les dio la bienvenida.
Adems, se encuentran ya en
Nueva York el Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores del Per,
Manuel Gallagher, el Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores de E-
cuador, Neftal Ponce, el Mi-
nistro de Relaciones de Bolivia
Pedro Zilvetl Arce y el Minis-
tro de Relaciones Exteriores de
Colombia. Gonzalo Restrepo Ja-
ramlllo. Los ltimos citados ten-
drn delegaciones integradas
por sus Embajadores en Wash-
ington v las Naciones Unidas y
lo* Cnsules Generales.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Conceden plazo
te de Imponerles el mximo de
la sancin correspondiente.
Calle 27 Oeste No. 3. de J. L.
Flowers.
Calle Domingo Espinar No. 21,
Banco Nacional.
Interseccin Calle 26 'I' y
Avenida Cuba (depsitos), Mag-
dalena de Mir.
Calle Coln No. ,41, Octavio
Icaza.
Calle 15 Oeste No. 57 (abor.
No. 28), Carlos Sucre.
Calle Ricardo Arlas (caseta),
P. Gonzlez.
Calle 14 Este No. (depsito
patio), David de Castro.
Calle 26 Oeste, Chorrillo No.
64 (demoler cuarto adicional.
Alejandro Remn.
Avenida Central No. 275 (de-
moler barraca), Roberto Cheva-
lier.
Calle 21 y Ave. 'B' (demoler
barraca, Costara Mttrotti.
zalez para que entrara y el so
qued fuera. Que pasaron dos
policas y el se hizo el borracho;
que luego hizo una seal con-
venida, Gonzlez sali todo ner-
vioso, y dejaron sin terminar
el trabajo.
En sus declaraciones, Alvara-
do acept haber recibido trein-
ta balboas de Ballis una vea
diez balboas y otra vez veinte;
esta afirmacin habia sido ne-
gada por Alvarado en dos oca-
siones anteriores. Dijo asimismo
aue la noche en que Ballis tiro
a Gonzlez, l estuvo en "Villa
Alicia", donde Ballis los habia
citado a los dos para darles a
cada uno los B.300 00 que les
haba prometido por el "traba-
Jo"; que cuando lleg le dijo
que buscara a Gonzlez y quo
lo llevara en el carro. Que sts
vino a buscarlo y no lo encon-
tr: que cuando como a las do-
ce esperaba el ferry, vl cuando
Ballis venia en su carro segui-
do por otro oficial, y pens qu*
algo habia pasado y se regres
a su casa.
Tambin rindi declaracin
ayer el seor Pablo Granizo,
quien afirm que Alvarado le
habia dicho en el Ferry, que l
iba a "chantagear" a Alicia Ba-
bacaris, y que el sabia que a
Ballis no le Iba a pasar nada.
Aviso Judicial
ROGELIO AVILA PINZN
Notario Publico Torrero del Tiren.t
da Panama, con cduU de identidad per-
sonal nmero 47-1 19.
CERTIFICA:
Qua los seAoraa UBAI.D1NO CORREA
Y MIGUE!* AJfOBL MORENO CORREA
han ronntitiiido la sociedad colectiva, do
'om'nin de reAponsabilidad limitada.
CORREA 4 MORENO CORREA, OCU-
PA Al A LIMITADA*, con domicilio
Sabanagrande. Disrito y Provincia de
Loa Sanios, y con un capital de B.10.000
aportad por Igualea partes.
La eocledad tiene por objetos princi-
pales dedicarse a la compra y venta m
artculos nacionalea y extranjero!, fabrl*
racin de jabn; traneporta de earca*
pnriiendo dedieafse a cualquier otra ca**
se de licito comercio;
El termino de duracin ea de 10 afioa
arorrogables a voluntad de las partea:
I-* administracin de loa negocio* de)
la aoeledad queda a cargo del eociet
Miguel ngel Moreno Correa, y el usa
de la firma social a cargo de ambos
so<*os. conjuntamente.
Todo lo cual consta en la Kerituraj
lit. de II da Abril del afto 1*11, n-
tendida en la Notara a sn cargo.
Panam. Abril 1< de 1*11. i
ROGELIO AVILA P. i
Notarlo Pblico Tercera,
AVISO DE REMATE
Kl suscrito Secretario del Juagado Pri-
mero Municipal del Diatrito 4* Coln,
ea funciones de Alguaril Ejecutor,
AVISA AL PUBLICO:
Qqt> e ha seftalado laa horas habile
del dia dies (10) de Mayo venidero,
para aue se verifique al remate de so
bienes retenidas en esta accin de lan-
satniento con retencin de bienes pro-
puesta por Pablo E. Prado centra Agus-
tn Rlair y Fergunaon. Loa bienaa eat
cuestin son loa que a continuacin a
detallan:
1.Billa da barbera, marca
THE) A. KOCHS" ......B/.CO.O0
1.- Silla de barbera, marca
KOREN' ...............
1.billa de barbera, marca
"KORKN" ten mal estado)
1.Lampara "NEON" de
cleloraso ................
1.Abanico elctrico, marca
"NIHEL* (regular tamafio)
1Estantera de barbera coa
doa eepejoa redondos ....
tSillas perada* en mal estado
lB..2.e0 e/o> ..........
1.Meaita de caoba ........-
l.Mquina da salar No. t,
en anal estado ............
1Tanque para agua caliente
para uso de la barbera
SO.Hf
.Q.0
e.Of
10.00
SO.O0
4.00
X.99
sot
10.00
Total ..............B.204.0
La base pars el remate e la sums da
DOSCIENTOS CUATRO BALBOA '
(B/.204.001. as es la que le ha aida>
signada a los Menea descrltaa por me-
dio da peritos. Ser postara admisible la
que eubra laa dos terceras (2/3) parta
de la bass ssftslsda para el remate, pre-
via consignacin del cinco (s*) por
eisnto de dicha base, es la Secretarla
del Tribunal.
Slo se admitirn postaras hasta laa
castro (4) de la Urde del dia asma-
lade para el rosaste, y desde esa awra
en sdelante. hasta las cinco (I) da la 4
tarde del mismo dia, as oirn laa pojas
y repajst.
Fijsda sn U ciudad de Coln a loa ,
traca (lt) .tas del mea de Abril de sal
novecientos cincuenta y uno (llsl).
El Secretario en funciones de
Alguacil Ejecutor.
(Fia.) M. ALTAMIRANDA VIDA
Be Fiel Copia,


MIRCOLES, ABRIL 18. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Hitarme para esta seccin reciben ea la
REDACCIN SOCIAL
de EL PANAMA AMERICA
Uurat. ........... 1:3 *> a 4 pJB.
Telfono Na -C740 Apartado No 134
Tridno
Be dar comienzo a un solem-
ne Triduo en honor de San Ex-
pedito en la Iglesia de 8an Fran
claco de la Caleta, los das l?
18 y 19 Todas las maanas misa
a las 6.30 a.m. y su Triduo a las
7 30 p.m.
Trisagiu en la Iglesia de
San Francisco (Ciudad)
Hoy 18 de los corrientes ten-
dr lugar el Trisagio en honor
de la Sma. Trinidad a las 7.30
p.m. Quedan invitados todos los
devotos.
contraer matrimonio el 28 de I
los corrientes con el seor Jos
M. Diaz O., ser agasajada el
jueves en l tarde en la residen-
cia de la seorita Mavis Char-.
les, con un Mlsealaneous Shower
como despedida de su vida de
soltera. Sern los agasajantes
sus compaeros de trabajo de
, la Compaa Universal Films
S.A.
Despedida
La Srta. Gladys Beluche, quien
Cocktail Party
El seor Isaac Zebede y seo-
ra reunieron anoche en su re-
sidencia a un pequeo grupo de
sus amistades personales, a quie-
nes agasajaron esplndidamen-
te.
w .
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VINO TINTO
ESPAOL
MARQUES DE RISCAL
Suave y fuerte a un tiempo, no
pesa en el estmago, ni queda de
l otro recuerdo, despus de be-
bido, que el muy grato de un es-
timulante cuyos teres no llegan
al cerebro, ms que para activarlo,
pero jams para perturbarlo.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
De venta en la Bodegas y Cantinas
de primer orden.
Le otorgan prstamo para su
defensa a los yugoeslavos
WASHINGTON, abril if. (UP)
El Presidente Truman no-
tific al Congreso haber puesto
a la disposicin inmediata de
Yugoeslavla 29 millones de d-
lares para ayudarla a reforzar
su ejrcito.
En cartas a los presidentes
de los Comits de Relaciones
Exteriores de la Cmara y el
Senado, el Presidente dice que
el dinero se emplear en ma-
trlas primas y abastecimientos
para los necesitado! para* Im-
pedir el derrumbe de las de-
fensas de Tito.
La suma ser en adicin a
la ayuda en viveres enviada pa-
ra aliviar la escasez causada
por la sequa.
El Presidente inform que la
sequa ha reducido en tal for-
ma los recursos yugoeslavos,
que existe una escasez de mu-
chos artculos Indispensables.
Vernica Lake y su
esposo declaran
una quiebre
HOLLYWOOD, abril 18. (UP>
La actriz Vernica Lake y su
esposo, el director Andr de
Toth, presentaron declaraciones
voluntarla de quiebra.
El gobierno se incaut la se-
mana pasada de su casa de
120,000 dlares en defecto del
pago de impuestos retrasados.
El matrimonio declar dbitos
por 158,573.91 dlares y bienes
' por 188,000.50 dlares. El Go-
bierno les reclama 63,000 dla-
i res.

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l^OMuesU delTeatro Colon, estuvo hospeda do en el Hotel "El *"", el manualmente
lon^H^nirector de OrquetU, Arturo Rodiinsky. El famoso msico haba anunciado su Ue-
^t^*&*??t***, quien en compaa del compositor nacional Roque Cor-
defn rdltoTjuMrPlnUla'vice-Rector del Instituto Nacional, aparecen en esta foto dndole
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deja 5.000 "muertos" y tres
mil "heridos* en Michigan
SAULT STE. MARIE, Michi-
gan, abril 18. (UP). SI
el simulacro de hoy hubiese si-
do un ataque areo real, de los
17,500 habitantes de esta ciu-
dad, 5,000 estaran muertos y
3,000 heridos y las esclusas ms
activas del mundo yaceran en
ruinas.
El Gobernador de Michigan,
O. Mennen Williams, dijo que
el simulacro habla sido un xi-
to, pero que los actuales pre-
parativos de defensa eran "la-
mentablemente Inadecuados".
Sets aviones norteamericanos
de Selfridge Field representaron
la fuerza area enemiga. Una
bomba atmica terica estall
en el sector sureste de la ciu-
dad, no alcanzando milagrosa-
mente las importantes esclusas
que conectan loe lagos de Hu-
ron y Superior, pero diez de
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cieron blanco directo" en las
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MIRCOLES, ABRIL IS, 1831

Importante Carta Se Juegan Maana
Los Equipos En La Contienda De Chitr
**vi
Los Piratas Obtuvieron Ayer
Su Segundo Triunfo y Los
Yanquis Vencieron al Boston
Co ? vs. San Blas,
Veraguas-Los Sanios
y Herrera vs Darin
Los tres partidos
que presentar el VIH
('. i mu eon ato de Bisbol
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Vu. Campeonato Nacional de
baseball Amateur, Chitr.
G. P. Pje.
PANAMA ------------- 6 0 1.000
Coln .............. 1 .833
l.encra .............. 4 1 -800
Bocas del Toro.....4 2 .666
Chiriqui ........... 3 3 .500
Cocl ......--........ 2 3 .400
Daricn............. 2 3 .400
Los Santos ......... 1 5 .167
Veraguas............. 1 5 .167
San das ........... 0 S .000
Juego de HOY
( <)( I I. VS DAKII.N
SAN BLAS vs CHIRIQU1
HERRERA vs COLON
Partido de Maana
SAN BLAS vs COCLE
LOS SANTOS vs VERAGUAS
HERRERA vs DARIEN
Resultados de Ayer
Coln 3Darin o.
Bocas 5Los Santos
Panam 8Chiriqui 0.
CHITR, Abril 18 (Por S. Ival-
di) Importante carta se jugarn
maana los equipos que tendrn
a su cargo los tres partidos del
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur en el Estadio
"Rico Cedeo".
En el primer encuentro San
Blas luchar para entrar en la
columna de ganadores y Cocl
tratar de mejorar su posicin.
Los Santos y Veraguas que es-
tn empatados en la penltima
colocacin se empearan en ata-
jarse de la retaguardia.
Y Herrera que est luchando
con xito en los puestos de van-
guardia tendr un difcil rival
en el Darin, que est ofrecien-
do una buena actuacin.
Los partidos prometen resul-
tar reidos y satisfactorios.
El Comit Organizador
PITTSBURGH, Abril 18 (UP)
Los Piratas obtuvieron su se-
gundo triunfo consecutivo al
vencer ayer al os Cardenales por
anotacin de 5 carreras a 4 con
su lanzador Murry Dickson con-
tribuyendo a la victoria con un
jonrn. Dickson necesit empe-
ro de la ayuda de Bill Werle
quien antier tambin asegur
el triunfo frente a los Rojos.
Wally Westleke empuj la ca-
rrera ganadora con un jonrn.
Dos de las primeras tres carre-
ras de los Cardenales se debie-
ron a errores.
tos ltimos. Del Ennls empuj
tres carreras bateando un jon-
rn y un sencillo y Mike Goliat
una con un cuadrangular. Jackie
Robinson salv a los Dodgers de
una blanqueada al jonronear
tras un doblete de Duke Snider.
El ptica Sosa Gan
del Softball Social
ayer el subcampeonato
\
En una forma rpida y que no deja dudas de su gran amor al deporte, el Comit Organizador
del VIII Campeonato de Baseball ha trabajado afanosamente para presentar con todo el ma-
yor esplendor posible este torneo. Aqu en esta vista aparece dicho comit en el Estadio Rico
Cedeo.
CHICAGO, Abril 18 (UP)El
lnlciallsta recluta Dee Fondy
empuj cuatro carreras tres de
ellas con un triple estando las
bases llenas para dirigir a los
Cachorros al triunfo por 8 ca-
rreras a 3 sobre los Rojos que
sufrieron su segundo revs del
ao. Adems Andy Pafko Jon-
rone y Frankle Baumboltz em-
puj dos carreras bateando tres
sencillos. Pafko tambin conec-
t un triple.
DE LA LIGA AMERICANA
SAN LUIS, Abril 18 (UP)
Los Medias Blancas batearon 19
Incoglbles y obtuvieron 14 pases
gratis para vencer aplastada-
mente a los Carmelitas por ano
tacln de 17 carreras a 3 con
su zurdo Billy Pierce anotndo-
se su primer triunfo del ao.
El ptica Sosa, se titul Sub
Campen de la temporada so-
cial de Softball de 1951, al su-
perar ayer tarde en Santa Rita
al Alemn Jr. por 7 carreras a
Cliford Brown inici el parti-
do por el Alemn, permitiendo
seis carreras, siendo relevado
por Sidney Tudor en el tercero
que permiti una carrera. Por
los ganadores lanz todo el par-
tido Luis Walker. El Alamen Jr
qued con su derrota de ayer
en el tercer lugar.
DETROIT, Abril 18 P) Bob
Lemon contuvo a los Tigres con
dos incoglbles ambos por la se-
gunda base Perry Priddy para
conducir a los Indios al triunfo
por 2 a 1 en un duelo con Hal
Newhouser. Larry Doby anot la
carrera del triunfo.
Tres Equipos Pintados De Cal
Ayer En El VIII Campeonato
Social Deportivo
Deseamos grata estada en
Costa Rica a los cntusiasia.s
conocidos deportistas FRANCIS-
CO DITRANI del ftbol y AN-
TCTNIO ABOOD del Boxeo Ama-
teur, quienes partieron ayer a la
hermana Repblica a pasar
una semana de descanso. Los
mencionados deportlstistas y
amigos estarn de regreso a
principios de la prxima sema-
na.
HABLANDO DE
BOLICHE
Por JUAN BOLOS
*
Encabezado por Mauricio Me-
nasche, Abraham Acrlch y Lo-
renzo Romagosa, tres entusias-
tas jvenes del boliche, existe
en la actualidad un movimiento
para establecer en esta capital
un centro de bolos. La idea es
construir un local en donde
existan ocho o diez canchas, un
bar y un restaurante. El local
contar tambin con cuartos
donde cambiarse la ropa y caji-
llas para las bolas y zapatos de
los Jugadores.
Conociendo como conocemos
el espritu emprendedor y tenaz
de los mencionados Jvenes co-
mo tambin el ambiente pro-
picio para tal empresa, dado el
enorme entusiasmo que da a
da crece en esta alegre y con-
fiada ciudad por el deporte
del boliche, no dudamos que la
idea pronto ser una realidad.
Hasta donde estarna infor-
mados, podemos manifestar que
se est formando una socie-
dad por acciones y ya hay va-
rios miles de dlares cubiertos.
Adems de Menasche, Acrlch y
Romagosa hay otros bolicheros
que ya han comprado acciones,
Enrique Burrell, Tere de Burrell,
J. L. Maduro, los hermanos An-
tonio y Jos Damin, Carlos A.
Chiarl. los hermanos Ral y
Rene Estrlpeaut y otros.
Dos importantes juegos presenta
el Softball Comercial esta noche
Dos juegos de mucha impor-,
tanda tiene esta noche el Cam-
peonato Comercial de Softball
en el diamante de Santa Rita. El
primero que comenzar a las
siete y meda corre a cargo de
los equipos Banco Fiduciario y
Vidrieras Prez. Este partido
ser dedicado al Joven Abel P-
rez, quien lanzara la primera bo-
la.
Este juego es de mucha im-
portancia para el Prez, toda
vez que de perder queda eli-
minado. De ganar el Fiduciario
se colocar solo en el primer lu-
gar a medio juego del Caf Du-
ran y Matas Cerrud.
En el segundo partido se mi-
den Control de Comejn y Ra-
dio Bush, el perdedor de este
Juego quedar eliminado para ir
a la Serie Final, por esta razn
ambos equipos lucharn por lo-
grar el triunfo.
BOSTON, Abril 18 (UP)El
veterano Larry Jansen Inici la
temporada blanqueando a los
Bravos con cinco sencillos men
tras los Gigantes anotaban cua-
tro carreras, la primera de ellas
empujada por Wes Westrum con
un sencillo. En la quinta entra-
da Whltey Lockman, Han
Thompson y Don Mueller batea-
ron sencillos para anotar dos
ms. La ltima se anot por pa-
se gratis a Lockman, sencillo
de Monte Irvln y un largo fly
de Thompson.
Interesantes ponencias se presentarn
en el congreso de redactores deportivos
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El equipo Nacional entr en
la columna de ganadores en el
ftbol mayor del Chorrillo con
su triunfo sobre el Deportivo
Pern por 8 tantos a 0.
Los nacionales sorprendieron
con esta amplia victoria, mien-
tras que los argentinos fallaron
de empatar el primer puesto,
1 continuando el Remon solo e ln-
i victo en la contienda.
En el encuentro del Circuito
Menor del Ftbol del Chorrillo,
el PRA volvi a imponerse a los
i muchachos del PRI por Sal.
En los partidos que efectu
I ltimamente la contienda del
Chorrillo, los Jugadores llevaron
i un crespn negro y la bandera
qued a media asta en seal de
duelo por la prdida del UWICO
CUADRO que contaba el Barrio
del Chorrillo, ocasionada por
orden del Consejo Municipal.
Randolph Turpin se
impuso en el 2o.
asalto a Billy Brown
BIRMIGHAM, Abril 18 (UP)
Randolph Turpin campen me
dlano britnico y europeo ven-
ci al norteamericano Billy
Brown en el segando asalto de
una pelea sealada a diez ac-
tos.
Una serle de golpes de ambos
puos derrib al norteamericano
ponindose fin al encuentro a
los dos minutos, 25 segundos del
segundo asalto. Brown en nin-
gn momento result un con-
trario apropiado para Turpin.
Numerosos redactores deporti-
vos d la capital se encuentran
de acuerdo con el Congreso que
se efectuar el 20 de Mayo en la
ciudad de Coln, y han manifes-
tado su proposito de asistir y
presentar algunas ponencias, en
tre las que se encuentran:
Reorganizacin de los Redac-
tores Deportivos en una sola
Agrupacin con Captulos en los
distintos lugares donde se agi-
ten;
Delegado de loa Redactores
Deportivos en el Comit Nacio-
nal Olmpico;
Reglamentar la cooperacin
en los Deportes Profesionales;
Estimular con premios la me-
jor labor del ao;
Dar un premio al mejor cro-
nista en cada deporte;
Las Delegaciones deportivas
debern llevar siempre un cro-
nista deportivo reconocido y ac-
tivo cada vez que salgan al ex-
terior;
Indicar las condiciones de los
miembros activos y pasivos;
Los Carnets los firmarn el
Director de Educacin Fislca y
el seor Alcalde del Distrito don
de labore el redactor;
Revista Deportiva;
Escoger el mejor atleta del
ao y los mejores en cada de-
porte que se practica en nues-
tro medio;
Estrechar las relaciones con
el Sindicato de Periodistas;
Organizar eventos deportivos
en forma distinta a los que pre-
senten las Comisiones o Ligas;
Efectuar asambleas genera-
les; etc.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
('('instruccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jnegos de SANTA RITA.
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NUEVA YORK, Abril 18 (UP)
Los Dodgers iniciaron la Jor-
nada de 1951 en la misma for-
ma como terminaron las del
ao pasado o sea sufriendo una
derrota a manos de los Phillies
por 5 carreras a 2 con Robn
Roberts en el montculo por es-
Finaliza hoy la
temporada del
softball Social
Esta tarde en el cuadro de
Santa Rita finaliza de manera
oficial la Temporada de Softball
de la Liga Social capitalina con
la entrega de Trofeos y Premios
y l partido entre los campeo-
nes de la Polica y el Combina-
do de la Social.
Este partido ser en honor
del popular Presidente de la Li-
ga, Don Felipe Motta, quien lan-
zar la primera bola.
Con este programa clausurar
la Liga Social de Softball su
Temporada de Campeoanto, la
cual result muy interesante y
atractiva, terminando en un
completo xito.
El Matas Cerrud
logr imponerse
al Monlezuma 4 a 1
Los 'msicos" de Matas Ce-
rrud derrotaron anoche a los
Indios del Montezuma por cua-
tro carreras a una, para pro-
ducir triple empate en el pri-
mer lugar del Campeonato Co-
mercial y eliminarlos para la se-
rle final.
Los msicos se apoyaron al
magnifico trabajo en la caja de
lanzamientos de "Lacho" Spen-
cer, quien conquist su segunda
victoria sin derrotas, respaldn-
dolo con tres buenas doble-ma-
tanzas en momentos oportunos.
Por los Indios tir todo el
juego Jimmy Arlain quien su-
fri su segunda derrota en el
campeonato con dos victorias
Ocho hits en total le dieron los
"Msicos" a este lanzador, mien-
tras que Spencer solo recibi seis
bastante aislados.
En el cierre del sexto fu
cuando los Indios lograron sa-
carse el cero, al antrar Justin
la carrera que los salv del
blanque.
Con este triunfo el Matas
Cerrud empata en el primer
puesto al Caf Duran y Banco
Fiduciario, con seis triunfos y
dos derrotas cada uno, mientras
que el Montezuma baj al quin-
to lugar.
La Pizarra;
M. Cerrad 20 002 04 S 2
Montezuma 000 001 01 6 3
It ais
laxantes fuertes,
dice feliz pareja
"Cuando o hablar de All-Bran, k
ped a mi mujer que lo tomramos.
El resultado fu sorprendente. Nun-
ca nos cansaremos de
Caclamarlo". Otto
Kleppe. 1808 lOth
Avenue S. Min-
neapolis. Mjnn., es-
cribi voluntaria-
mente esto, lo mismo
que centenares de
persona* que toman
AM-Bran. Si la constipacin que us-
ted sufre se debe a falta de volu-
men, srvase diariamente una orna
del sabroso All-Bran y beba mu-
cha agua. Despus de 10 dhs que-
dar comp'etimenU utiticcho.
NUEVA YORK, Abril 18 (UP)
Vic Raschi silenci a los vigo-
rosos bates de los Medias Rojas
a la par que Jackie Jensen jon-
roneaba con uno en base en la
tercera entrada e inspiraba un
racimo de 3 carreras con un
doblete en la sexta para brindar
el triunfo a los Yanquis por
5 a 0 en el primer partido del
ao en el Yankee Stadium. El
sensacional recluta de los Yan-
quis Mickey Mantle como Joe
Dlmagglo y Yogi Berra empuja-
ron otras tres carreras con sen-
dos sencillos.
WASHINGTON, Abril 18 (UP)
Los Senadores vencieron a loa
Atltlcos por anotacin de 6 ca-
rreras a 1 con una gran actua-
cin del cubano Conrado Marre-
ro quien permiti solamente sie
te Incoglbles. Mickey Grasso co-
nect un jonrn al lanzador per-
dedor Bobby Shantz, quien hi-
cieron posible tres carreras.
Muy reidas las
peleas amateurs
de Coln
Sumamente reidas e intere-
santes resultaron las peleas
amateurs celebradas la semana
pasada en el Gimnasio "Everar-
do Nez" de la ciudad de Co-
ln.
cuentros fueron los siguientes:
Los resultados de dichos en-
Alfred Larry venci a George
Wilson por decisin.
Al Nereida derrot a Francis-
co Gordon por K.O.T. en el ter-
cer asalto.
Humberto Alfredo se impuso a
Johnny Prez por decisin.
Marcial Mollnar gan a Hctor
Garner por K.O.T. en el cuar-
! to.
Pedro Tesis triunf sobre
Arthur Davidson por decisin
tambin.
CHITR. Abril 18 (Por Co-
rresponsal)El programa pelo-
tero celebrado ayer en el VIII
Campeonato se resolvi por
blanqueos consecutivos propina-
dos por los equinos de Coln,
Panam y Bocas del Toro.
El equipo de Panam se man-
tuvo invicto en este torneo al
derrotar a la novena de Chiri-
qui por anotacin de 8 carre-
ras a 0 mediante una magnifica
actuacin del lanzador Chon
Aguilar, permitiendo solamente
tres incogibles. Por los perde-
dores lanz Chvez quien en es-
El Darin no tiene
delegado afiliado
a la Federacin
CHITR, Abril 18 (Correspon-
sal Ivaldl)Con respecto al de-
batido asunto del federado de la
Provincia del Darin se ha In-
formado a este corresponsal que
dicho federado fu nombrado
por el Comit Deportivo de la
Provincia, ya que en esa Pro-
vincia no exista una Liga de!
Baseball.
La Liga representada por Se-
gundo Gutirrez es un circuito
recin organizado y an no esta i
afiliado a la Feneba.
El Congreso Tcnico era un
Congreso completamente desll-
gado del Congreso de Delega-
dos del Octavo Campeonato y
en la convocatoria se estipulaba
que a l asistirn todas las Li-
gas afiliadas con derecho a voz
y voto. Las Ligas no afiliadas
tendran derecho a Voz y en nln-
n momento se le neg la pa-
abra al Sr. Gutirrez.
ta ocasin no tuvo un buen res-
paldo de su cuadro.
En otro de los Juegos los col-
nenses vencieron al Darin en
un partido bastante interesan-
te por anotacin de 3 carreras a
0. Por el Darin comenz en la '
caja Porfirio Ceballos y entr
entonces en sustitucin Jos or- .,
tega.
Bocas del Toro logr tambin
un blanque a costa de los mu
chachos de Los Santos. El lan- <
zador Harver Harley dej en uri
hit a los Santeos. En esta for-
ma el equipo de Bocas del Tora
se ha convertido en un peligro
para las otras novenas y se au-
gura que dar mucho que ha-
cer en los finales. Los bocatore- '
os conectaron un total de
nueve lnatrapables a los ofrec- ,
men tos de los lanzadores san-
teos.
---------------------------- j
Con gran animacin e
inters sigue la justa
de billar del Pacfico
En los encuentros por el cam-
peonato interno de Pool (Billar)
del Club Pacifico realizados er '
su ltima reunin, la pareja
Bonilla-Gallardo perdi los dos
primeros partidos Jugando con-
tra las parejas Boza-Bejarono y
Cepeda-Romero respectivamente}
logrando finalmente imponerse
en el tercer partido jugando
contra la pareja *"onseca-Artea-
ga. La pareja Bonllla-Gallarda
se vio en el caso de jugar trea <
partidos seguidos por tenerlos
pendientes, ya que no haba
podido presentarse a cumplirlos. *
En esta forma se llev a cabo
otras de las simpticas veladas)
deportivas de los Pacifistas en
su local de la Ave. Central. Al-
tos del Almacn 5 & 10. ,
DE AJEDREZ
Hacemos saber a los ajedrecis-
tas del Club de Ajedrez de la
Sociedad Cubana de Panam,
que los premios (medallas) del
Torneo, celebrado a fines del
ao pasado, ya estn en poder
de la Comisin. Estas medallas
sern entregadas en acto espe-
cial el prximo 20 de Mayo, dia
clsico de Cuba.
Los seores Didimo Grimaldo
y Gastn Hugues, recibirn el
primero y segundo premios del
torneo de la clase "A" respecti-
vamente.
El primer premio de la clase
"B", ser disputado entre los
seores Salomn Barraza y R-
mulo Gorrlchtegul, ya que
ambos terminaron con la misma
puntuacin.
Elp remlo de la clase "C" co-
rresponde al seor Manolo Gar-
ca, sub-Secretarlo de la Socie-
dad.
Francisco Prez, nio de 14
aos de edad, por haberse cla-
sificado en la clase "A" del Club
recibir un premio especial do-
nado por su maestro seor Luis
Farrugla.
MAANA
REGIO ESTRENO!
Abundancia y pobreza, amor
y celos, belleza y ambicin
en una cinta que honra y
enaltece a la industria filml-
ca espaola!...
MtSfHTA a
UNA PELCULA DE VIGOROSO REALISMO! -
MilIWI
ss*
u.
IA NOCHE
DEI /ABADO
OC DON 'JACINTO BENAVEMTC
Con RAFAEL DURAN
- JOSE Ms. SEOANE
) MANOLO FABREGAS
directos] RAFAEL GIL
''


MIRCOLES, ABRIL 18, 1951
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO DDIHWDIENTR
PAGINE NDETR
Oculta un secreto
de su esposo!
Nunca mujer alguna ador
ms a su esposo que' Greer
Garson a Walter Pildgeon, en
el drama 'Romance de una
Esposa" (The New Miniver Sto-
ry), y sin embargo lleva ella
consigo un terrible secreto que
oculta a los ojos de todos.
Ser la pasin que otro hom-
bre que no es su esposo sien-
te por ella? Ser la tragedia
de su hija enamorada de un
hombre casado? Aunque todo
esto pasa en su vida, ocurre
algo ms tremendo.
Vea "Romance de una Espo-
sa" maana jueves en el Tea-
tro Lux y no divulge a sus
amistades el secreto de Greer
Garson, ni la sorpresa del inal
de esta pelcula. Deje que los
dems goten de la emocin que
ser suya tambin.
-------- MAANA!
TEATRO LUX
Nuevo Triunfo
Dramtico de la
M-G-M.J
"ROMANCE DE UNA ESPOSA"
Vuelve a la pantalla la perfecta e inolvi-
dable pareja de "R08A DE ABOLENGO"
cuando haya visto esta pelicula, no di-
vulgue el secreto de GREER GARSON!..
DEJE QUE LOS DEMS PARTICIPEN
DE LA EMOCIN!.....
M-G-M present
GREER MUER
^Hn* Miniver
Stay
JOHN LEI
HOHIAK fiEHH
PEME DO WOT TELL THE DRAMATIC EMPINO I...
O'DONNELL REGINALD OWEN
lo-mniM
Para adoracin del mundo!
"LA CENICIENTA"
El gran estreno del jueves 19 en el CENTRAL
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
MAANA

UN ESTRENO ELEGANTE Y EMOCIONAL...!
De las pginas gloriosas de la obra inmortal de Don
BENITO PEREZ CALDOS,
surge una de las mas bellas y apasionantes pelculas
de los ltimos tiempos!!..... .
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
un actor diferente a sos
anteriores actuaciones!
SUSANA FREYRE
angelicalmente bella...
ser su favorita.
Luis BERISTAIN Beatriz AGUIRRE, en
LA LOCA DE LA CASA
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
W.D..'
La cruel madrastra y las malvadas hermanastras idean un plan
para que Cenicienta no pueda ir al baile del palacio real, cono-
ciendo asi al Principe, en esta maravillosa produccin de Walt
Disney, "La Cenicienta," toda en dibujos animados, Tecnicolor j
largo metraje, que distribuye la RKO Radio.
P.M.
1:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
0.00
6:16
8:30
6:45
7:00
7:15
7:30
HOT MIF.RCO
LES
El Hijo Perdldp
Drama Avena Quaker
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Selecciones variadas
Peticiones
Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
Filigranas musicales
Msica escogida
Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga.
por Ron Carta Vieja
Maria. (Jorge Isaac)
por los cigarrillos Camel
El Radio Periodic*
JUEVES EN EL
CENTRAL
Superior a
BLANCA NIEVES i
|Un mgico
encanlo s
detprend*
en si*
idilio
tejido con
canciones
risas y
lgrimas!
Wait
mmism
DESDE MAANA!
eatl
TEATRO-
Colosal Doble Programa a loa
Precios de 0.60 y 0.30

La, comedia ms divertida del
da nos ensea la increble
verdad: Los Arbitros tambin
son humanos... Una pelcula
cmica que gozar toda la fa-
milia!...
"MATEN AL
UMPIRE"
_ MIL
KILL
YA.'*
WILLIAM
BENDIX
m iat oni
rMERIEL COLUMS-HEsTIIT
ADEMAS:-----------------
Un drama de grandes emocio-
nes... De intrigas, de odios y
de pasiones desbordadas... Dos
corazones jvenes fundan sus
ilusiones en medio de la tr-
gica sombra del odio!
"EL REY DEL
RANCHO"
nsan
THB
"Accin"
:45 Msica variada
00 La Mucura de Oro,
programa Lucky Strike
:30 El Favorito de Hoy
45 Msica de Mxico
:00 Hacia un mundo mejor
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 El Cancionero Nocturnal
11:00 Delicias musicales
11:30 Variedad nocturnal
12:00 Buenas noches
ELDORADO
MAANA!
CAONAZO ATMICO
DEL AO!
La pelcula mexicana que ha
batido el record en 10
aos...!
HOY DOBLE EXTRA!
'ANGELITOS NEGROS*
Pedro Infante Emilia
Gaiu Rita Montaner

"VAGABUNDA"
Leticia Palma Antonio
Bad
35e.
JOc.
EL GAVILN
POLLERO
PEDRO INFANTE ANTONIO BADU
LILIA PRADO
Canciones:
"igame Compadre"
Maria Cristina Me
Quiere Gobernar"
"Cuatro Caminos"
"Ella"
"II Gaviln Pollero"
ENCIERREN
LAS POLLITAS,
QUE AMENAZA
EL GAVILN!..,
Vino, Amores, Canciones, Picardas y miles de Besos.,
Ay, cmo asalta EL GAVILN...!
Gaviln, Gaviln, Gaviln,
Te llevaste mi polla Gaviln
Si tu vuelves mi polla para ac,
Yo te doy todito el gallinero.
TEATROS
PRESENTA!"
CENTRAL
Jnarlrt Bergman Jo-ph Callen
"BAJO EL*SIGNO DE
CAPRICORNIO"
Inicua Paain Dramatical...
__________EN COLORES I
TEATRO LUX
"Un Yanqui en Corea'
El mil emocio-
nante tama da
actualidad I
~&Q
a
B3
LON McCAUJSTER
BELLA VISTA
Una Maravillla
Produccin Mualcal
an Tecnicolor!
Marca reth
O'BRIEN
Cyd
iRI
CHARISSE
Danny Thomas
"LA DANZA
INCONCLUSA"
0.M 30
| TEATRO CECILIA
Misterio de la Mlval La ley da la Jungla I
"LA MALDICIN UBANGI"
Ademas: John Calvert, en
"CITA CON LA MUERTE"
GRANDIOSO ESTRENO DE ACCIN I
TROPICAL
FRANK SINATRA
Ricardo Montalbn, en
"ME BESO
UN
BANDIDO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Air* Acondicionada
JAMES STEWART
Brbara Hale, en
"La Suerte se Divierte"
- y -
Clifton Webb, en
"DEL CIELO VENGO"
TEATRO TIVOLI
BANCO 100 GRATIS I
A las 5 y 9 p.m.
"EL CARA PLIDA" y
^AMO^ALVAJL
TEATRO IRIS
Margaret Sullivan, an
"ADIS A LA VIDA"
- y -
"EL SECRETO DEL
VIZCONDE"
VARIEDADES
A LAS .1 no V :.*) P.M.
WAHOOI
Premio de Oro B.210.00
Ademas: Un Estupendo Doble I
Joel McCraa Lloyd Nolan
. ao
"Una Nacin en Marcha"
Wanda Henry MacDonald
Carey, en
"EL PECADO DE AMOR"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Robert Mltchum Greer
Garson, en
"Sagrado y Profano"
- Adems: -
"Ladrn de Bicicletas"
TEATRO EDISON
"ENEMIGOS SECRETOS"
- y -"
"ULTRAJE EN ORIENTE"
Prohibido para Menores!
VICTORIA
"Flash Gordon en Marte"
Captulos 10 y 11
"SUDAN" y
"EL JINETE VENGADOR"
HISPANO
Richard Cante, en
"LO QUE LA. NOCHE
OCULTA"
y "IX CANTO DE
SCHEKAZADA"
PACIFICO
Yvonne De Cario, en
"LA NOVIA DEL
BATA"
- T
LTWtB
APOLO
"HUMO EN LOS
OJOS"
y
"S HOMBRES T
UNA MUJER"
IDEAL
Gregory Peck, en
"ALMAS EN LA
HOGUERA"
y TNICO IN LA
aun*
VISTERMOSA
Tin Tan. en
"AY! QUE BONITAS
PIERNAS"
-.y -
Sara Garca, en
"NO MATARAS"
ROOSEVELT
"YO QUIERO SER
HOMBRE"
7
-Algo Ptota Soktt
He-Agam"
MAANA JTJEVE
A.M.
6.00 Buenos Das
6:03 Despertador Musical
6.30 Noticiero
7:00 Espaoleras
7:15 Acordes porteos
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Boleros favoritos
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9.00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 El Disloque Musical
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Estrellas de la msica
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Concierto admirable
por Casa Admirable
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solas oe rgano_______
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
H
O
Y
Da
Popular
0.35
ESTUPENDO DOBLE!
Una Pelicula Sensacional I
Romntica I Tierna l
RAMON ARMENGOD,
GUILLERMINA GRIN,
con BOBBY CAPO
cantando la bella msica de
AVELINO MUOZ
- en -
EL PECADO DE
SER POBRE
Y la Comedia de las
mil carcajadas!
LUIS SANDRINI, en
YO SOY TU PADRE
PRONTO! .
"ARRABALERA
Lucho Azcrraga
Por Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica tiplea
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Cantares de Mxico
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones
3:00 Delicias tropicales
3:15 Selecciones de saln.
TROPICAL
SENSACIONAL ESTRENO MAANA!
"EL BARN
DE ARIZONA"
Fue tan ingenioso y valiente que no temi a las
masas enfurecidas ni en el momento mismo de
la muerte...!
La historia del personaje
ms fantstico que ha
dado gracia a la historia
de Amrica...!
1H GRAUST TRUE
ADVfNTRf WR T0LD!
^^^ Samuel Fullers lmh
VINCENT PRICE" FUEN DREW
RHIIAHBONPI VIAPIVtIR SOkOlOfl ltr.il
RRAI USA KOMI RORIIS M %k ilA D(A\
Gran parte de la pelcula se desarrolla en la Ciudad
de Madrid y en otros bellos lugares de Espaa! .
Hay en ella Intriga... Engao... Ingenio...!
IMPORTANTE: Diariamente haremos diferentes llamadas te-
lefnicas; las personas que contesten: "Habla el Barn
de Arizona" podrn pasar a la Gerencia a buscar un
pase para ver esta aran pelcula.
QSUMl&u
MAANA
A LAS 9:00 P. M.
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