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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama AiHerAcatt
'tet tfce pcop/e fcitoic the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln. j(6?eM/U ~/i, (/oZC (%*,

TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, E. P., THURSDAY. APRIL 19, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Obaldia Flays
Govt. Branches
For Red Stand
Panam Minister of Government and Justice today
severely criticized recent actions of both the legislative
and judicial branches of the government and at the same
time pledged that the Executive Power would adopt for
the country "such security measures as may be deemed
necessary."
"remierln'g' ut and void" the
administration's decree-law aim-
ed at suppressing the spread oi
Communism In Panama.
"The Supreme court," he said,
"granted the petition submitted
by the enemies of the State...
thus leaving Communist propa-
gandizes at liberty to undermine
our democratic institutions.
The decree-law called for pre-
venting all Communists from
holding public office but the
court ruling termed this uncons-
titutional.)
Obaldla's attack on the Per-
manent Legislative Commission
Panama's "little assembly"
was based on their action of
slashing from the budget appro-
priations for the National Secret
Police "with the purpose of doing
away with this praiseworthy ins-
tltutlon."
The ruling by the assembly bo-
dy he said, left the way open for
terrorist activities In Panama
"by groups serving the Kremlin."
He said suppression of activities
of this nature was one of the
main functions of the secret po-
lice.
He said. "The Executive Power
Is not prepared to condone this
action,'' and added that the a-
gency would continue to func-
tion.
Obaldia stressed that Panama
was bound by responsibilities
contracted by the Treaty of 10X6
with the United States and that
this country would continue to do
Its utmost concerning the defense
What Next?
How silly can you get?
Here is the latest Zone
rumor, presented in all seri-
ousness to the AFGE for in-
vestigation:
The color of the quarters
in which yon live establishes
certain privileges; i.e. people
living in green houses will
be permitted to visit patients
at Gorgas on Mondays and
Fridays, etc.
Actually, the painting now
underway on tbe Amador
Road and Plank Street sec-
tion is part oi the Canal's
plan, established two years
ago to do away with the
monotony of all-gray quar-
ters and provide instead a
more variegated e o I o r
scheme. Some of the
quarters are green, some
gray, some cream, with com-
plementing trim.
Note: the Governor's honse
has Just been changed to
white, from its previous gray.
Hemisphere.
He pointed out Incidents "of In-
ternational Communism at work
In Panam" and said that these
and other developments "have
clearly shown that Communistic
activities are rampant In our
midst."
He said the Executive Power
feels that "It has become neces-
sary for the people to know the
truth of the situation."
Dulles Says New
Pad Will Reassure
Anglo-Americans
TOKYO April 19 (UP).-Am-
bassador John Foster Dulles
said here today that the pro-
posed security pact In the paci-
fic should diminish the fear
that there was a basic cleavage
between British and United
States policy In Asia.
Announcement of the pro-
posed pact, between the United
States, Australia and New Zea-
land, was made In Washington
by President Harry S. Truman
Dulles said: 'It Is apparent
that all parties contemplate an
early Japanese peace settlement
on which they can agree.
He considered Japan would
become a menace In the Pacific
only If by mishap It should fall
under Communist control
Moonlight Cruise
For Boys' State
Is Cancelled
A moonlight Canal cruise
which was to have been held to-
morrow .evening for the benefit
of Boys' State has been cancel-
led. The cancellation was an-
nounced this morning by John
Barr, Boys' State director for
American Legion commander
Hans Pedersen.
Boys' State the first such
on the Isthmus will be held
June 15 through June 22.
Cov. Off Again
The Governor Is going to the
States again.
This time the trip Is for the
purpose of attending a meeting
of the Board of Directors of the
Panama Railroad of which Brig.
Gen. F. K. Newcomer as Gov-
ernor, Is president.
He leaves tomorrow by plane.
The meeting will be begin Mon-
day In Washington. Oov. New-
comer expects to be away from
the Isthmus about a week.
Churchill Rap
To Hit Admiral
Debate Today

LONDON, April 19 (UP).
Winston Churchill today readied
a major blast against the Labor
Government for agreeing to let
a United States admiral com-
mand the North Atlantic Treaty
naval forces.
The House of Commons de-
bate on the command setup will
start this afternoon.
Churchill, whonormally de-
fends United States policies be-
fore the Commons, will Insist a
British admiral should get the
job.
He has been thoroughly arous-
ed by the United States deter-
mination to name Admiral Wil-
liam R. Fechteler as Atlantic
Pact naval commander.
Bennett Cites Project Here
As Progress In Point 4 Plan
*
WASHINGTON, Apr. 19 (USIS)
Great progress Is being made
In the Latin American coun-
tries through the U. S. Point
Four Program of Technical Co-
ojeration, according to Dr. Henry
G. Bennett, Administrator of
the Technical Cooperation Ad-
ministration.
He talked with newsmen yes-
teday after calling on President
Truman to report on the pro-
gram.
Bennett said he told the
President of his recent trip to
14 of the Latin American repub-
lics and of "The fine relation-
ship and agreements that have
been worked out with them."
As an example, he cited the
cooperative project now under
consideration between the Univ-
ersity of Arkansas and Pana-
ma.
Being considered, Bennett
aald. is an agricultural agree-
ment which would Include
teaching and research and ex-
tension work to take* the results
of research to the Individual
farmer In Panam.
Similar agreements art being
considered between other U. 8.
agricultural colleges and depart-
ments of agriculture in other
Latin American countries.
He told newsmen that the
United States has had 533 re-
quests from 42 countries for co-
operative assistance under Point
Four. Of these 254 have keen
approved and are now In opera-
tion.
There are now 368 U. 8. tech-
nicians working In other coun-
tries under the program and 240
foreign trainees now studying
in the United States will be en-
gaged in Point Four projects In
their own countries after they
complete their training here.
Formal agreements have been
signed with 22 countries, and 15
more are awaiting final ap-
proval, Bennett said.
He said he also told the Pres-
sldent of the reception the pro-
gram has met In the United
States. It has been endorsed by
labor groups, agrlcu 11 u r a 1
groups, agrlcu 11 u r a'l groups,
agricultural. groups, church
groups and similar organiza-
tions.
CZ To Retain Few
Reservists Called
For Military Duly
The Panam Canal will con-
tinue to follow the policy, laid
down several months ago, of not
requesting retention of any but
a handful of reserve officers, a
Canal spokesman told The Pan-
am American this morning.
And the Canal Railroad or-
ganization is not planning to as-
sign to their present jobs any
but a few key employes, should
they be placed on an active
status.
These questions were answer-
ed In reponse to queries from
The Panam American on the
survey now being made to esta-
blish the status of all reserve of-
ficers employed by the Canal
and Railroad.
The spokesman said that the
Army and Air Force had asked
the Canal-Railroad organisation
for Information on the status of
reserve officer employes. The
Navy is making a similar survey
among the reservists themselves.
The military service, Canal
sources said, are Interested In
knowing which men would be
available for duty within certain
specific periods 30, 60 or 90
days should their military
services be required. Reserve of-
ficers are being so classified and
those in key positions which can-
not be filled by any other em-
ploye in the organization are be-
ing so marked.
A Canal source said: "As a
general rule, assignment to his
present or any other position in
the Canal or Railroad organiza-
tion of an employe who enters
military service will not be re-
quested unless the employe Is
serving In a key position which
canot be filled by any other
available employe or unless the
exigencies of national defense
require the retention of the per-
son."
Army spokesmen said that
about a month ago the request
for fuller information on reserv-
ists was received from the De-
partment of the Army. Past ex-
perience, the Army said, had
shown that some difficulty had
been encountered In meeting
scheduled quotas because of in-
complete information on reserv-
ists' physical, occupational and
qualification status as well as
personal affairs.
Physical examinations are now
being given to local reservists.
MacArthur Will
Not Ask Chance
To See President
WASHINGTON. April 19 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur has
apparently ruled out any chance
for a meeting with President
Harry 8. Truman here.
Even as last-minute touches
were being added by the wel-
coming commltte'e. one of the
general's aides announced In
San Francisco that MacArthur
has "no Intention" of request-
ing an appointment with the
man who dismissed him last
week.
That seemingly erases any
possibility of a meeting between
the general and Mr. Truman.
The White House had said Mac-
Arthur would get an appoint-
ment If he asked for one.
The schedule announced for
MacArthur leaves no room for
a White House visit.
Mr. Truman told his weekly
news conference he has already
had his say on the matter, and
that today is MacArthur's day
to state his side of the case.
Aside from that one state-
ment, he sidestepped all ques-
tions about the general's visit.
MacArthur: Appeasement!
In Asia Menaces Europe
Moist-Eyed Smiling General
Greeted As Hero In Capital
WASHINGTON. April 19 (UP)
General Douglas MacArthur,
moist-eyed but smiling, return-
ed to the United States capital
early today, to be welcomed by
an enormous cheering crowd
that burst police and Army lines
to greet him.
After MacArthur, his wife and
son stepped from the Bataan at
12:31 a.m. they were mobbed by
Congressional leaders, top mil-
itary officials and Just plain
spectators who showed no con-
cern for the Army guards who
tried to keep them back with
fixed bayonets.
As MacArthur left the plane
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall leaped forward with
ex-Ambassador to China Pat-
rick J. Hurley to shake Mac-
Arthur's hand.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff were
next and then came MaJ. Gen.
Harry H. Vaughan, represent-
ing President Harry 8. Truman.
Mr. Truman, who had said he
would do nothing to detract
from "MacArthur Day" was not
present. He and Mrs. Truman
attended a movie earlier in the
evening, then returned to Blalr
House.
Protocol, military discipline
and decorum ended as dlstln-
fulshed guests, newsmen and
ust plain folks swarmed In
Maj. Gen. Courtney Whitney.
MacArthur's chief aide, wa
bumped to the ground.
"Hello Skinny," MacArthur
shouted as he spotted General
Jonathan M. Wainwright.
whom he left in command of
his beleaguered army when he
and his family were ordered
out of Bataan.
Long before MacArthur got
up today thousands had start-
ed pouring into Washington
from Outlying communities and
staking out choice spots along
Pennsylvania avenue from which
to watch the parade.
Schoolchildren had a half-day
off for the historic occasion.
All Government workers who
could be spared were given
time off by Presidential direc-
tive.
Stores ana many other busi-
ness establishments were closed
for a few hours so their em-
Sloyes could see the 20-car
lacArthur motorcade and later
attend the official welcoming
ceremonies on the Washington
Monument grounds.
In New York, where MacAr-
thur is due tonight, every pre-
caution Is being taken to avoid
a repetition of the mob scene
at Washington airport.
Spectators will be barred from
the airfield during the cere-
monies there.
CZ Employes Freed
From Forced-Move
Costs On Transfers
Employes of the Canal and
Railroad organization will no
longer be required to pay the
cost of forced moves to new
quarters when they are assign-
ed to duties In a different com-
munity than the one In which
they have lived, as a result of
a new policy announced today
at Balboa Heights.
The new regulation also pro-
vides that employes will not be
required to move from a per-
manent quarters assignment un-
less
(1) They are transferred per-
manently from the Northern to
the Southern District or vice
versa; or
(2) They are ordered by com-
petent authority to change re-
sidence because the move Is
necessary and primarily for the
benefit of The Panam Canal.
When moves are necessary as
a result of official transfers,
the bureau or division respons-
ible for the transfer will pay
the cost of moving household
goods and personal effects.
Housing 'regulations formerly
provided that employes must
live In the vicinity of their work
and there was no specific pro-
vision made for the^fct of mov-
ing td new quarJ^B^xcept In
the case of transfers between
the Northern and Southern
Districts.
However the civic authorities
have urged people to line the
streets leading from the airport
to Queensborough bridge, over
which MacArthur will enter
Manhattan.
Before leaving the airfield he
will receive a 17-gun salute and
review a color guard. Then will
begin the slow drive to the
Waldorf Astoria.
Grover Whalen, New York's
official greeter, predicted at
least 5,000,000 cheering spec-
tators will Jam the sidewalks
along MacArthur's route to-
morrow.
That would exceed by 1,000,000
the mark set by the throngs
that turned out to welcome
home Charles A. Lindbergh in
1927 and General Dwlght D. El-
senhower In 1945.
More than 7000 police officers
and men were assigned to con-
trolling the crowd and keeping
an eye on spectators carrying
cameras, large handbags and
other objects which could con-
ceal a weapon.
Police were also Instructed to
survey air raid shelters along
the route In the unlikely event
an alert should be sounded dur-
ing the parade.
WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP) General Douglas
MacArthur, speaking before a cheering Congress in de-
fense of his policies toward Korea and the Far East \H
general,'declared:
"Although Asia is called the gateway to Europe, it
is no less true that Europe is the gateway to Asia. The
stability of one cannot fail to have an effect upon the
other.
"We cannot appease or pacify Communism in any
way in Asia without undermining our forces which are try*
ing to halt Communism in Europe." J
the West Coast of the United
States.'
MacArthur emphasized that ne
was dealing In his talk to Con-
gress with a great continent
"which Is just now freeing itsell
from the grip of colonialism."
He was Interrupted frequently
by cheers from Senators and Re-
presentatives gathered In the
great hall of the House of Repre-
sentatives.
The cheering was loud when he
"declared that the loss of Formo-
sa would mean the loss of the
Philippines and Japan.
MacArthur insisten that "un-
der no circumstance must For-
mosa fall under communist con-
trol ___Such an eventua 111 y
would immediately bring about a
threat of the loss of the Philip-
pines and Japan."
Communist control of Formo-
sa, MacArthur declared "would
be the same as withdrawing
America's frontiers which now
stretch across the Pacific to
Doug Wont Run For Office;
Has No Political Ambition
SAN FRANCISCO, April 19
(UP) Gen. Douglas MacArthur
In the midst of the thunderous
ovation of a half million persons
said here yesterday he has no
intention of going into politics.
"I have no political aspira-
tions, whatever,'1 he said. "I hope
my name never will be used in
a political way."
MacArthur addressed 25,000
cheering, arm-waving persons in
the San Francisco Civic Center
Plaza after a two-hour parade
that was seen by at least 500,-
000 persons. The turnout top-
ped any previous welcome for a
returning hero in size and en-
thusiasm.
"MacArthur for President"
clubs have sprung un across the
nation since his ouster. Congress
has split sharply on the Mac-
Arthur Issue, and most U S.
citizens have chosen sides In the
continuing debate.
"I do not intend to run for
any political office," MacArthur
told the crowd at the Civic Cen-
ter.
"The only politics I have Is
contained In a simple phrase
knowfPto all of us God Bless
America."
Immediately after the tre-
mendous ovation this statement
unleashed, MacArthur left the
stand. It took him eight minutes
to press through the crowd to
his car.
In Washington, Senate Repub-
licans challenged Democrats to
take the "political'' label off the
MacArthur Investigation In view
of his own disavowal.
The Democrats charged that
the political tinge, if any, has
been supplied by Republicans
who sought to attack President
Harry S. Truman because he re-
moved MacArthur.
There was no question but that
the political Issue would continue
In the controversy.
Chairman Richard B. Russell
of the combined Armed Services
and Foreign Relations Inves-
tigating Committee hoped to
confer with MacArthur today to
determine whether the general
would open the Inquiry with his
own testimony Monday.
Republicans believe Russell will
center the Inquiry on the point
of MacArthur's dismissal, where-
as they seek to cover the whole
field of Far Eastern policy, both
diplomatic and military.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the
general told Congress, had ap-
proved his conduct of the Korean
war. Whatever criticism had a-
rlsen. he declared, had originated
primarily In foreign centers
which were unversed in military
affairs.
The fate of "the entire human
race," MacArthur continued,
depends on decisions which the
United States Congress must f-
dopt. taking Into account the
highest level of national inter-
ests and without permitting it-
self to be led by party politics.
He declared that he was not
appearing before Congress as
"advocate of a party cause X
have only one present purpose:
to serve my country."
"There are some," he went on,
"who say that our forces are in-
adequate to protect both fronts,
that we must divide our strength.
I cannot agree In such a feeling
of defeatism."
If an enemy, MacArthur said,
could divide his forces on two
fronts, then the United 8tatas
must take steps to meet them be-
cause the "Communist threat is a
global threat."
The United States, he assert-
ed, now can control all Asiatic
ports from Vladivostok to Sin-
gapore and block any hostile |
move In the Pacific.
"Any speedy Asiatic attack," he
declared, "would have to be a
amphibious attack... no such at-
tack could be successful without
control of both sea and air
This Is military thinking and I
have not yet met any military
leader who contradicts it."
Referring to the situation in
China, MacArthur told Congress
that Chinese Communism is the
result of a nationalism which day
by day is developing into an "ag-
gressive Imperialism" with a
great "desire for expansion."
The Chinese people are dee- '
perate for gome leader who f
could make them adequate pro- '
mises.
As far as Japan Is concerned,
(Continued on Page 6, Column 7)
Balboa Tides
Friday, April 20, 1951 1
High Low "
2:23 am...............8:44am.
2:39 p.m...............9:09 p.m.
Keep up with the Joneses?
Minesweepers Drag
Channel As Last
Hope for 'Affray'
PORTSMOUTH, England, Ap-
ril 19 (UP)With hope of find-
ing survivors dwindling hour by
hour, the Royal Navy today be-
gan dragging the English Chan-
nel with minesweepers for the
1,620-ton submarine Affray,
missing since Monday night
with 75 officers and men en-
tombed.
Five minesweepers linked by
cables moved slowly along the
path the Affray Is believed to
have taken on her training
cruise from Portsmouth to Fal-
mouth.
The minesweepers used chains
and nets to cover the Channel
floor like a fleet of lawnmowers
on a sea of grass.
Meanwhile more than 40 oth-
er vessels. Including United
Stales, French and Belgian war-
ships, continued the search
south and southwest of the Isle
of Wight, using every modern
device.
The five-year-old submarine
had all the latest safety devices
an SOS buoy, ejection escape
hatches and position-marking
dyebut apparently none of
them had been used.
Tuesday night the submarine
Sea Devil picked up an almost
unintelligible message with su-
personic equipment, saying that
the Affray was "stuck" on the
bottom 33 fathoms down.
Shortly after midnight the
submarine Scythian picked up
the sound of tapping, which
soon ceased. That was the last
hint that some of the Affray's
crew still might be alive.
Carrier 'Hornet'
Docks In Balboa;
To Transit Sunday
The Naval aircraft carrier
USS Hornet, commanded by
Capt. F. L. Busey. U8N. arrived
In Balboa from San Francisco
at 9 a.m. today and berthed at
Pier 18.
The Hornet, an Essex type
name1" was^'reeenflv '"removed *
Pronf-th^MothbllFleeiand been planning ever since ^i'^hu^^m.lned'dloto: Ttolleep ft'foam rubber SnefaUy^uth ^ ,
activated at the Naval shipyard. Currently they are setting a P'^^shou.e remained diplo- iney sleep in h i Note for anyone wftnUni to
San Pranrium new course record from Red Key matlcally nameless. m"?r! !..... nH, and kwn un with the Joneses Dust
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To Do It Forego A Honeymoon 30 Years,
Get A Covered Wagon, And Go Anywhere
Of REECE SMITH
(PA Staff Writer)
Whatever time the Joneses American highway and a village planned to jope with Central
make, it will remain at least a cow track baffled even a local ^rl0cranrh"nnrdlvCp* Hom
Red Key native record for quite guide. ._ cold. r Pre"y nearly ??-,
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.?eVa^lXSwrtW. 'BeSatly. with their covered gQ^^^^^^ ^'g** 'oTdu^an
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pack her into a latter-day co- they are In Panam as the guests Straits of Magellan. Mrs- B.rwn. V coal BUl mw
wed wagon and make off to of their fellow townsman Mur- The Joneses figure on about 'k a^^^.. 30 allon,
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the Straits of Magellan, or Pan- ^K^fs no d^wX^e ^^V^eTor^^Xl ^a^afc
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test as_.- &&x~?A'r$ aa Frs'sSIf Sst


PACE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1M1
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Ami Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
8.S. Chiriqul ...................................April 16
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................April 21
S.8. Chlriqui ...................................April 31
S.S. Piador Knot ...............................May 7
(H.ndllnj Refrigerated Chillad and General Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service__________________Crist6bi
S.S. Cape Ann .................................April 20
S.S. Cape Avinof ..............................April 24
S.S. Cape Cod..................................May 2
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................May 12
rMfM laUInp Hkl; tm> Havana I* Cristobal
Weakly Salliagi M Mew fart Lot Aoj-tlea, Su francisco, SaaHle
Occasional Sallknn lo Nfw OrlMnj an* Mobile.
(Th Steamer la thh service an Umllod to twelve paiscnieri)
rreaaeat rretfhi Sailing* (rom Cristobal to Neat Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chlrlqni ...................................April 17
S.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......May 1
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
West Germans Given
10*000BorderPolice
By ROBERT HAEOER
BONN, Germany. April 19. (UP)
To meet the threat of Infiltra-
tion by Communist agents and
other menaces from the east, the
Bonn government has been em-
powered to set up a special 10,000
man border police force.
A law setting up the new force
not only gives It the power to op-
erate on the border but to quell
threat*, to public order anywhere
Within 20 miles of the frontier.
The 10,000-man force will work
all West Oerman borders but
most of 1U strength will be con-
centrated near the Russian zon.
The frontier force, recruiting
for which is expected to begin
soon, is all that Chancellor Kon-
rad Adenauer has been able to
realize from a year-long fight to
set up a tough, modern, an'.i-
Communlst federal police force
of at least 25,000.
The chancellor has proclaimed
his distrust of present state po-
lice organizations. He and many
German officials claim the state
police are honeycombed with
Communists and fellow-travelers
appointed by the allies in the
early days of tht occupation.
Adenarer brought the problem
Into the open and proposed a so-
lution at the same time. Neaily
one year ago, he suggested to the
allied high commission that a
25,000-man federal police force
be formed despite the fact that
the constitution forbade regular
police organizations above the
state level.
The allies countered with per-
mission to Increase state forces
by 10,000 men to be placed under
federal control In emergencies
The Big Three foreign ministers,
^frrthelr September 1950 meeting,
-tripled the authorization,
f Hopes for a 30,000-man quasi-
federal outfit were quickly dash-
ed by state finance officials. Af -
;.ter checking their treasuries, thev
i told Bonn office holders they
* could not foot their share of so
-big a bill and again knocked the
..total down to 10,000.
".That was four months ago and
not a single policeman has yet
been hired. The bottleneck is a
series of state federal formal a-
greements to create the addi-
tional force.
Ten of the 11 states have one
by one signed such contracts with
Bonn. Until the lone holdout,
lower Saxony, does the same, the
project is in a state of suspense.
The interior minister. Robert
Lehr, has said he has high hopes
of getting the last state to sign
up soon. This optimism is not
shared by Lower Saxony officials
who say "principles" are involved
which must be clarified before
they sign away any police powers
to Bonn.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
NOVIO. Mariano Lopez. 61, of
Panama City, to PALENCIA, Car-
men, 42, of Panama City.
Births
WALK, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P..
of France Field, daughter, April
16, Colon Hospital.
Deaths
PETERSON. Josephine, 40, of
Rodman, April 17, Oorgas Hosol-
tal.
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mother
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Fruit drink
Six* of shot
Gladdened
Preposition
Symbol for
tantalum
And (Fr )
At all times
Serum (comb
form)
Smooth and
unaspirtted
Snare
Bodies of
water
Lease
Sea eagles
Genus of
bustards
Symbol for
tellurium
Biblical
pronoun
Opera (ab.)
Hopes
French article
Harden
Artist's frame
Number
Test
GirU (Scot.)
Ailments
Expunger
3 Compass point
4 Shitter
5 Royal Italian
family name
6 Simple
7 Poker stake
8 Symbol tor
xenon
9 Meadow
10 Icelandic ncyth
11 Rodent
13 Still
16 Abraham's
home (Bib.)
19 Fondled
20 Dismantles
22 Occupant
24 Rounded
25 Otherwise
26 Turn
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29 Chooses
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39 Persian fairy
41 Lampreys
42 Symbol for
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47 Abstract bun.
49 Sesame
51 Bind
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Shipping & AirLine News
Stymied
The sailing yacht Monsoon, ob-
ject of a wide plane and ship
search when she was reported
overdue here several weeks ago
she later turned up safe at Bue-
naventura, was in trouble again
yesterday.
Her owner, Donald Radcllffe, of
Palos Verdes, California, has de-
cided that he wants to ship the
45-foot yacht back home instead
of sailing her up the west coast.
Arrangements have been made lo
put her, as deck cargo, aboard the
Martin Bakke, due Saturday.
But, to be shipped as deck car-
go she must be set into a wooden
cradle. She must be crated at a
dock alongside which the Bakke
can come for loading.
Agents for the yacht said yes-
terday that the Mechanical Divi-
sion (now the Industrial Bureau)
cannot manufacture the cracle
for some reason. Radcllffe is pre-
pared to provide lumber and nud
labor lined up for Its manufac-
ture.
But late yesterday an imp/n.ie
had developed. Monsoon is now
lying off Dock 13 In the Industrial
Bureau's Balboa yards. Regula-
tions restrict outside workmen
from entering the area to work.
How and where and when the
cradle can be built was still a
question late yesterday.
the world and yesterday ma
chartered yacht, the 540-ton Za-
pala was headed back to Eng-
land.
She started north through the
Canal at 2:08 p.m. cleared f> r
Britain, according to Payne and
Wardlaw who handled the yacht
here.
Zapala, one of the four lari>e
yachts still afloat under the Brit-
ish flag, arrived April 1 from
Puerto Rico and came south
through the Canal last Sunday.
Reynolds flew in Tuesday night
to join her here for a projected
three and one-half month cruise
around the world.
Master of the Zapala. which is
owned by a British holding com-
pany, Is Capt. John Evans.
TERR!
BATTLE'S NOT OVER
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FRECKLES AND 111 PBIMNDS
Mortgage
By MERRILL BLOSSE*
Sea Burial
Andrew M. Mortensen, a pas-
senger aboard the Isthmian Una's
Steel Scientist, died last Satur-
day evening aboard the ihlp.
News of his death was received
here yesterday by Norton. Lilly
and Co. agents for the Isthmian
Line here. Mr. Mortenaen's body
was buried at sea Sunday morn-
ing.
He was travelling with his wife
from Hawaii to Houston and was
one of 10 passengers on the Steel
Scientist.
Steel Scientist is due at 1 a.m.
Saturday for transit.
Sea Change
American multi millionaire
Richard J. Reynolds changed his
mind about his plan to go around
Lonr Haul
A Dutch tug and an American
dredge were Canal translts'sarly
this week, en route from Phila-
delphia to Bangkok, via Honolu-
lu.
The tug was the N.VX. Smifa
Company's- Zwarte Zee, a 28-
ton sea-going tow boat carryitm a
crew of 26. The dredge was the
2.786-ton Manhattan, owned by
the Engineer Corps of the US.
Army.
The two craft transited Sun-
day, taking oil and water on here.
The Pacific crossing Is estimated
at about two months.
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Written for NEA Service
Many players in various parts
of the country like to play
"local" rules in Canasta. They
will find some of their ideas in
the new, exciting game of
Samba (three-pack Canasta).
The law most players like to
tinker with has to do with tak-
ing the discard pile. Mv friend
and favorite partner, John R.
Clawford, describes how that
law works in Samba.
Taking the Pack in Samba: In
Taking the Pack In Samba: In
Samba you mav never take the
discard pile with one matching
card and a wild card. You al-
ways need a pair of matching
natural cards except when.
(a) the deck Is not frozen: and
(b) the top card of the discard
pile matches one of the minor
melds (less than canasta) that
your side has melded at a previ-
ous turn: or the top card of the
discard pile fits immediately to
either and of a sequence (three
to six cards i that vour side has
melded at a previous turn.
For example, suppose the top
card of the discard pile is the
eight of spades and that it is
your turn to play. You can take
the pile:
(ai at any time If you have a
pair of eights in your hand.
(b) to add to any meld of
eights (three to six cards) al-
ready down on the table.
(c) to add directly to either
and of a sequence that was down
In the table before your turn be-
ganprovided that the sequence
is three to six cards in length
(not a completed samba) and
also that the deck Is not frozen.
Thus, you would add the eight
to Spades A-K-O-.T-10-9 or
Spades Q-J-10-9 or to Spades
7-6-5. etc.
However, you could not take
that eight with:
(a) one matching eight and a
wild card.
(b) a completed canasta of
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brand new pair of eights in vour
hand).
(c) a completed sequence ca-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Senator Vandenberg Dies In Sleep;
US To Pay Tribute At Saturday Rites
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., April 19 (UP)Funeral services will
be held at 2 p.m. Saturday for Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg.
Republican Foreign policy leader, who died last nleht of a
malignant tumor. He was 67.
Governor G. Mennen Williams Is expected soon to appoint a
Democrat as his successor. .....
Vandenberg died In his sleep. At his bedside were two
daughters and his son.
President Harry S. Truman said the nation had lost "a lead-
er who had wisdom, fortitude and courage."
He said Vandenberg differed on foreign policy with "men of
great power and influence within his party. This independence
cost him dearly in everything save honor."
Mr. Truman said a grateful country will pay Vandenberg the
tribute of lasting remembrance.
The once big man with the and Pacific oceans were our brst
booming voice, although serious- defenses,
ly 111 for more than a year, had
never given up hope that he could His cooperation with the De-
return to his Washington desk. mocratlc administration on for-
eign policy was denounced liy
Although there has been talk some fellow Republicans. But
of retirement, Vandenberg staled Vandenberg never altered his
the rumors by keeping in cons- course. If there was to be peace,
tant touch with Washington it must be achieved together, he
acting not at all like a man about said.
to step aBide. ... Jlt_ .. ....
Vandenberg approved the North
His Xrlends believe the former Atlantic Alliance against Corn-
newspaper editor may have warn- munlsm, and added his strength
ed to quit, but felt that he had "to to supporters of troops to Europe
keep his oar In" to help keep under Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhow-
some semblance of a bipartisan er.
approach in American foreign
policy during the critical postwar,
period.
His switch from Isolationism to
The son of a harness maker.
Vandenberg. was frequently
mentioned as the GOP nominee
for President. He could have
SELF STYLED "INSULATIONIST," Vandenberg called early
phase of World War II "nothing but 25 people and propa-
ganda." Then he became, a leader of bl-partlsan foreign pol-
icy. He agreed with Marshall (with whom he laughs above
on ERP, helped make it palatable to the Republicans.
champion of international coop-
eration was sudden. But to those
who understood Vandenberg
his way of "making up his mind"
this radical shift was not sur-
prising.
It was in the Senate in 1945,
seven months before the end of
World War II, that Vandenberg
reached this milestone. In a
speech that will live as long as
his memory, the Michigan Sena-
tor declared:
"The fraternity of war must
be made the fraternity of peace
.. .our oceans no longer protect
our ramparts. No nation can
immunize itself hereafter a-
had it in 1936. made a half-
hearted bid in 1940 and was po-
tential timber in 1944 and 19-1*4
although he never actively
ought the job.
Tall, dignified and flawlessly
dressed, Vandenberg came to the
Senate after a newspaper career.
He knew he wanted jo get Into
politics just as he knew he want-
ed to run the Grand Rapids Her-
ald.
At the age of 22. he modestly
informed the late Sen. William
Alden Smith, then publisher of
the Herald, that "I'm your next
editor." He was a cub reporter at
the time.
ALMOST A CANDIDATE Sen. and Mrs.- Arthur Vandenberg
read the latest news t the 1948 Republican convention In
Philadelphia, when the Michigan Republican was almost the
GOP presidential nominee.
gainst these disasters by reli-
ance upon itself alone."
His political staturealready
at envious heightszoomed eve.i
higher. It projected, him into the
role of world statesman and he
took a leading part in plans /or
the peace that still has not come.
His voice spoke out In the Sena e
and around the world in favor of
the United Nations.
Vandenberg' break with 1'ie
isolationists, was clean. But he
continually had. to fight a rear-
guard action against those in h's
own party who ielt the Atlantic
One of Vandenberg's big disap-
pointments was that he always
wanted to be a lawyer. He had
only one yeaf at the University of
Michigan and then went to work
on the City Hall beat.
By 1928, when Smith died In of-
fice, Vandenberg all but owned
the paper. He also had other busi-
ness and banking Interests. On
Smith's death. Vandenberg w-is
appointed to fill out his term and
Michigan voters sent him back
ev^r since.
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BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
VANDENBERG SIGNS UN CHARTER Once a die-hard isolationist, Sen. Arthur Vandenberg
became a leading exponent of the United Nations. In San Francisco in 1945. he signs the
UN charter. Looking on (left to right) are President Truman; former Secretary of State Ed-
ward R. Stettlnius: and Sen. Tom Connally.______________________. _____________________
20 New Employes
With PanCanal
Twenty employes joined the
Canal-Railroad organiz a t 1 o n
during the first half of April,
according to Information from
the Personnel Bureau.
Six came from the United
States, four of whom have prev-
iously worked for the Canal or
Railroad. The new employes
from the States, their positions
and birthplaces are:
Willard C. Alexander, cons-
truction inspector in the Engin-
eering Division at Cristobal.
Yank ton. South Dakota: Grover
C. Cooper, Jr.. electrician In the
Commissary Division at Mount
Hope, MorrUville, Pennsylvania:
George H. Waugh, switchboard
operator at Madden Dam, Sa-
cramento, California; William E.
Klnsey, wiremau in the Electric-
al Division at Cristobal. Eliza-
beth City, North Carolina! Ro-
bert D. Guthfie, sheetmetal
worker in the Building Division
at Balboa. Cobden, Illinois; and
Charles K. McNlel, boatbullder
in the Industrial Bureau, At-
more, Alabama.
New permanent personnel em-
ployed iocaly, their positions and
the units in which they work,
are :
Police Division: Charles P.
Cochran policeman at Balboa.
Commissary Division: Mildred
L. Bening. checker at Ancon;
and Norlne H. Kaufer, clerk at
Mount Hope.
Division of Storehouses; Mar-
garita J. Preciado and Catherine
G. Jenkins, clerk-typists as Bal-
boa.
Civil Defense: Velma D. Todd,
clerk-stenographer.
Locks Division: Robert E. Mc-
Bride, guard at Pedro Miguel.
Engineering Division: Carlos
A. Sosa, engineer:
Health Bureau: Charles T.
Meadows, medical officer at Co-
lon.
Finance Bureau: Raymond
Gill, governmental accountant;
and Isabel M. Diaz, typist.
Motor Transportation Divisi-
on: Elenor D. Miller, clerk; and
David W. Sullivan, vulcanlzer,
tire retrader and recapper at
Ancon.
Industrial Bureau: Alexander
Rlenks, machinist at Cristobal.
8 Horsemanship
Events Highlight
Saddle Club Show
Carrying pennants of green
and yellow the colors of the
Pacific 8addle Club members
rode their own mounts last Sun- '
day to accept the Invitation of
the National Federation of Fed-
eral Employes to the Chiva!
Chiva picnic.
Leading the parade as grand
marshal was Colonel Ragnar E
Johnson, mounted on "Black-a-
Way." Colonel Johnson Is the di-
rector of the disaster control
center.
At the picnic grounds the
youngsters were met by a long
line of children eager for their
promised rides, and a NFFE
committee to assist. Sheila Cur-
ling, Adele Melssne*. Barbara
Mundt. Jeanne FMx. Linda
Malone. Bette Hummer and Blllv
Scandreth were among those
those who brought horses and
helped with the rides.
Eight contest* featured the
horse-show. Ribbons were pre-
sented to the following, some of
whom placed in the top three in
several races:
Walter Collins, Linda Malone,
Jeanine Nix. Sheila Curling.
Adele Melssner. Douglas
Schmidt. Susan Jonson. Jlmmie
Jones and Virginia McLaren.
Judges were Colonel Johnson.
Mrs. Carl N. Nix, and R. L.
Malone. with J. H. Jones serving
as starter.
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WHAT GOES?Seeking new
horizons is tiny, curl-topped
Tony Fardell of Longview, Wash.
His dad, Jan Fardell, got this
* de-eyed view at the babe
peeked over a pillow to And out
what the grown-ups were doing.
Choral Group
To Present Grand
Variety Concert
The Harmonic Choral Group,
under the auspices of Phillip R.
Larrier, will present a grand
variety concert tomorrow at
Geddes Hall, located on 16th.
Street East.
PC Library Has
Lithograph Show s
A collection of signed litho-
graphs by artists of the modern
American school is now on dis-
play In the lighted exhibit case
of The Panama Canal Library
on the first floor of the Civil
Affairs Building in Ancon.
The display also Includes one
Millet etching. The artists re-
presented among the litho-
graphs include Grant Wood,
Thomas Hart Benton, Adolf
Dehn. Joe Jones, and others.
Each of the lithographs has de-
scriptive notes.
The collection was lent bv a
Library patron. It will be on dis-
play for about two weeks.
Group Meetings
Larrier. director of the group All Members of Court Minerva
assures the public that a well No. 9284 A.O.F. are requested to
balanced music feast is in store ; attend the Court's meeting Sai-
lor the occasion. The program urday. April 21. in order to dls-
is scheduled to commerce at cuss matters In connection with
7:30 p. m. vacating the Lodge Hall, etc.
Panam Line Ships
Sailing North Are
Full Till June 15
Canal Zone vacationers have
started the annual spring trek
to the United States and the
Panama Line bookings are al-
ready "full up" for the ships
sailing from May 4 through June
15. according to information
from the Panama Line offices at
Balboa Heights.
Although cancellation of pre-
sent reservations may provide
space for s few more passengers,
present indications are that few
more reservations can be made
for the1 northbound sailings un-
til about July.
The usual spring Increase in
the number of northbound pas-
sengers started about the first
of April and the passenger load
has remained heavy since that
time.
The "school teacher specials,"
the sailings near the close of
Canal Zone school terms on
which school personnel return
to the United States for summer
vacations, will be May 26, June
1, 8, 15 and 22.
Although there are 202 berths
on the Panama Line ships,
there are only 70 cabins, and the
number of passengers who can
be accommodated Is dependent
upon the room assignments
which can be made.
"Please answer a question a-
bout a very lucky hand," asks a
Milwaukee correspondent. "We
are wondering just how lucky the
player was on this hand.
"East played the queen of clubs
on his partner's opening lead of
the king. West obediently conti-
nued with a low club, and dum-
my ruffed with the three of dia-
monds
"South decided that If West
had passed with the ace and king
of dubs, he could not have much
else. Moreover, East's anxiety tu
shorten dummy's trumps was on
additional Indication of the lo-
cation of the queen of diamonds.
Therefore declarer cashed the
king of diamonds and led the
jacK of diamonds for a finesse.
"South's troubles were not yet
over He still had a club to '
rid of. He entered his hand with
a heart to draw the last trump,
discarding a low spade from
dummy. Then he led the ten ot
spades to the ace and ruffed a
spade. He entered dummy with a
heart to ruff another spade with
his last trump. Since the kins
and queen of spades dropped dur-
ing this process, the dummy was
now established.
"What we would like to know is
this: Are the chances ordinarily
so favorable to set up the jack of
&padcs for the twelfth trickor
do vou call this South just plain
lucky?"
The chances are not ordinarily
so favorable The Jack of spades
will become established only if
one opponent has the blank king-
queen of spades or the klnt,-
queen with one small spade. Thti
will happen just slightly more
than 10 per cent of the time. The
'ids. to put it another way, are
about 9 to 1 against such a for-
tunate break In spades.
I would not. however, say that
this particular South player was
Just plain lucky. He bid his hand
prooerly and played It for all it
was worth. Angels can do no
more.
If I were pressed, I would say
that North was the lucky player.
He overbid his hand and then was
lucky enough to have a partner
good enough to make the most of
the Dartnershlp assets.
If North was so determined to
bid a slam, he should have bid It
in hearts. That slam would be
made with a successful diamond
finesse, even if the spades didn't
become established!
For example, suppose a trump
is led against a contract of six
hearts (as good a lead as any.)
South wins with the ace, cashes
the ace of spades, and ruffs a
spade in the South hand. North
wins the next trick with the king
of diamonds and ruffs another
spade In the South hand. (We
will assume that this.does not set
up thp rest of the spades.)
South now leads his last heart
to North and North leads a third
heart to draw the last trump.
South can discard a club on this
trick (having used up two of nia
trump r'.fflng spades.) The dia-
mond is'iien finessed, and South
runs the rest of the diamond suit.
discarding two of North's three
losing cards, in the black sul:s.
Anj that would be that.
WE INVITE YOU TO MEET
iflii OSarbara Cjrant
Beauty Consultant from
YARDLEY OF LONDON
Miss Grant will be happy to explain to you the
simple Vardley way to beauty entirely without
charge. She will be In the air-conditioned Salon
at our Main Store tomorrow Friday, and Saturday.
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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Main Store
21 Central Avenue
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f Hl'RSDAT, APRIL It, 1MI
Senators Whip Athletics; Yanks, Indians Win
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W
Cleveland..... 2
New York..... a
Chicago.....
Washington .... 2
Philadelphia .... 0
St. Louis...... 0
Boston....... 0
Detroit...... 0
Pet.
1000
1000
1000
1000
.000
.000
.000
.000
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St. Louis
Cleveland at Detroit
Washington at Philadelphia
Boston at New York
YKSTEDAV.S RESl'LTS
000 000 1001 2
000 040 02X 10
Boston
New York
Taylor 0-1 >. Kinder and
Batts. Rosar.
Lopat (1-01 and Berra.
Cleveland 000 000 10124 13 0
Detroit 101 000 00002 4 1
Wvnn 11-01 and Hegan.
Trout (0-11. White and Gins-
berg.
Amantine's "Pelicans" 25-8 as
Pallu Jarvis' "English" club
edged Donald Sobers' "EstUr
dlantes" 4-3.
League standings are below:
BOYS
Washington 6
Philadelphia 4
Chicago at St. Louis (Pospon-
ed, rain <.
Sania Cruz Snorts
By GILBERTO THORNE
"Iggv" Paschal. Jose French
and Victor Mite are in charge
of getting the Santa Cruz Little
League team into hape by hav-
ing them play against each
other in after-school games.
Santa Cruz's team will be clad
In familiar colors when the lea-
tie opens on June 15. The Santa
ruz green and gold uniforms Pelican*
were mirehased by the Monti-. Penguins
cello S. & S club and like the! Home-makers
other uniforms are being sewn
by A Blake and his tailors at: Thirty-three trophies and 15
the La Boca Occupational High medals ordered by the Monti-
School cello S. ft 8- club will soon be
BOY SCOl'T WEEK j distributed among the luckv
All boy scouts are reminded to plavers of the Monticello Sofr-
attend the movies to be held I ball League. The t rophies are
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W
Pittsburgh .... 2
Chicago...... 1
Brooklyn..... 1
Boston...... 1
New York..... 1
Philadelphia ... 1
St. Louis..... 0
Cincinnati .... 0
1. Pet.
0 1.000
(1 1.000
1 .501
1 .500
1 .500
1 .500
1 .000
2 .000
TODAY' GAMES
New York at Boston <2>.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
Chicago at Cincinnati
No other game scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESl'LTS
Phila. 110 000 0013 7
Brooklvn 010 100 024 7 1 j
Church, Konstanty and Semi-1
nick.
Roe and Campanella.
New York 01Q 100 1025 11 2
Boston 200 002 0133 9 0
Maglle. Spencer. Gettel and
Westrum. Yvars and Noble.
Sain, Donnelly. Wilson and
Cooper. -
Mathematics
English
Estudiantes
G. M. C.
GIRLS
W
3
3
1
0
W
3
1
1
BANTAM CHAMP Pana-
ma Bantamweight Cham-
pion Baby Green is schedul-
de to make his first showing
Sunday night at the Pana-
ma Gym against Juan Diaz
II since knocking out Cesar
Leal for 118-pound national
crown. Sunday's contest will
be a ten-round non-title
fray. Diaz holds two de-
cisions over the steadily im-
proving Green.
Little League
PACIFIC SIDE
STANDINGS 2nd HALF
WON LOST Pet.
Fire Department 1 0 1*00
Saint Mary's 1 0 1*00
Curundu 1 1000
Diablo-Hillman 0 1 000
Police Depart. 1 000
Sears 1 000
SMOKIES 13. COPPERS 4
The teams representing the
Canal Zone Public 8efaty De-
partment, namely the Police and
Fire, opened the second part of
the season at Diablo and the
8mokies really Doured It on. es-
pecially In the third inning when
they hopped on little Dickie Du-
ran for seven bulging runs and
continued the onslaught In the
fourth on Elwod Phillips for five
more tallies.
at the gvm on Wednesday. April
18. Remember this is Bov Scout
Week, and if it is possible to
do so. please wear vour bov scout
Uniforms.
; Santa Cruz's Intramural Soft-
ball League has some exciting
Simes in both the boys' and
rls' leagues. Olga Griffith's
"Home-makers" whipped Alma
Eddie Kirchmelr and Bill
being kept at Arnold Dorvilles Black lead the hit parade with
home and may be examined I three hits each. Herb Schnledcr,
from a distancebv anyone re-, (ne smokies hurler allowed on-
questing such permission. iv four Dingles, two of which
The Monticello S. ft S. club went to Elwod Phillips, and
has done a lot for our little com-1 Herble sent eleven Coppers to the
munlty. You can do them a favor | cooler via the strikeout route,
if vou wish. All vou need to do
Is to attend their May 30 dance
at the Club Tania.
Dodgers, Braves Also
Crash Victory Column
By United Prtns
NEW YORK, April 19 Irv Nor-n'i triple and Mickty
Veron's double featured a three-run ninth inning rail/
that grave the Senators a 6-4 victory over the Athletics in
a Philadelphia night game for their second straight win
of the season.
(NEA Telephoto)
MIGHTY KINER HAS STRUCK OUT In the first inning of the first ball game of the 1951
season, big Ralph Klner, the slugging Pittsburgh Pirate, swings and strikes out against Ewell
Biackwell of the Cincinnati Reds. Bob 8chefflng Is the Reds' catcher and Larry Goetz the
umpire. Klner is starting the season at first base for the Pirates. The opener took place
at Crosley Field, Cincinnati.
The big blows followed walks
to Cass Michaels and Mike Mc-
Cormlck and tagged Lou Brtsile
with the loss. He needs 18 more
to equal his 1950 total.
The White Sox-Browns game
was postponed on account of
rain. .
The Yankees repeated ^gainst
BULLETIN
Three fames were rained out
just before this paper went to
press. Philadelphia at Brook-
lyn; Washington at Philadel-
phia, and Boston at New York.
Tigers' Kell To Be Out Two
Weeks; Lemon To Try For 30
the highly touted Red Sox at
Yankee Stadium, winning 6-1.
Lefty Ed Lopat had a no-hitter
within his grasp for slx-and-
one-third Innings but settled for
two hits.
By United Press
The already slender pennant
hopes of the Detroit Tigers have
taken another nose-dive.
Third baseman George Ken
will be lost for two weeksand
maybe even longer. Kell broke a
finger on his right hand in an
k ^bn!t0nheWglaKel0say.ahe! A capacity crowd of approxlm-
Lill h.v. the finwr ooerated on atelv 220 P*1' la8t n,Rlit
I tt tlZ t nnmfVmSnii Wwhta Jammed Into the stands and
tUlw^^^sSTM"^ r available foot of space
Capacity Crowd Turns Out
For Albrook r51 Aquacade
sideline him another 21 days.
Kell suffered the Injury on
March 28th when Monte Irvin
of the New York Giants slid
into third base and spiked him.
At first, doctors thought the
finger was merely cut. but ex-
around the Albrook Olympic pool
to see a cast o 42 top Armed
Forces. Canal Zone and Pana-
manian swimmers and divers put
on one of the best Aquacadts
seen at Albrook Air Force
Bate. Performers, many of whom
are former intercollegiate stars
...,..i,,j t .. krniran vll are iormer lniercoiicKiaie siais,
nlsy,rlhrehandW" TSi AAU a C *">ton*
to swing a bat. but says
by
JOE WILLIAMS
For the first time since Tod Sloan was an apprentice we
don t have a winter book around here. It appears to have been
frozen out bv the sntisln movement. And while it had no more
legality than bear baiting in the streets It had come to be
something of an institution.
It gave you a chance to bet the Derby In advance and be-
qauca you took a double risk. (bi that he \Mild win. vou figured to beat the track odds. You
might, for instance, get 4 to 1 on a horse that would go to the
post at even money. But- If your horse failed to start you were
out of business.
There Is no telling how much money was bet on the winter
book which had outlets In the major cities and was bankrolled
mostly by Frank Erlckson. or so I am told. This form of betting
did not appeal to the pros. It was for the bargain hunters, stab-
bers and hunch players. But once In a while a sporting owner
would send It In good.
Like the time Harry Sinclair won with Zev. There wasn t
many who bet 'em higher than the oilman in those days. Some
of us who had Zev In the winter book that year at 30 to 1 don't
like to be reminded of the '23 Derby. We didn't get paid off.
Whether Sinclair did only he would know.
This is the only Instance I know of that the winter book
foldedand fhat. it should be noted, was before It became the
property of reputable operators. John McGraw of the Giants got
a break; he collected. It was typical of McGraw that he had. two
horses going for him. It was untypical that he scored with both.
Ht had Zev to win and Martingale to place. That's how they
finished.

Little Jeff Barnett covered the bets. He had come out of the
garment Industry to become a bookmaker and a popular Broad-
way character He made the mistake of working both sides of I season, to save the game. How-
8AINTS 2. AUTOMEN
Little I.rm Kirkland missed
entering the Hall of Fame, when
he baffled the Automen of Dia-
blo-Hlllman to chalk up a one
hit shut out. The only safety
was registered by Salas in the
first inning, and after that In
each inning it was three up and
three down for the Automen.
It was unquestionably the be^'
bit of hurling seen so far in the
little league this season. The
combination of Salas solit the
pitching assignment for the
Automen and hurled commend-
able game, allowlne only five
hits, but the wav Kirkland was
throwing, practlcallv a perfect
getting two safe blows. The
game was witnessed bv a fair
crowd In the Balboa stadium.
COI'NCILMEN 3. SEARS t
The first half champs Sears
lost a heart breaker to Curundu
at Curundu. Going Into the last
Inning the Councllmen were
trailing 2-1 with onlv one
scratch hit to their credit off a
new hurler for Sears. Jimmle
Watson Jlmmv tired in the
final frame, walking Frangionl,
Sioridart was safe on a force out,
Walling was safe on an error bv
the pitcher. Folse also got on
when Jlmmv Watson throw to
third wai too late. With bases
loaded Chassln with count 3-2
on hi walked to tie the. score.
Bob Olud Inserted Alfred Bruhn
who has a 5-0 record for th
tried
the pain Is too great.
Nell Berry, who hit .258 in a
utility role last season. Is filling
In for the 1949 batting champ
and runner-up of '50.
Things are brighter In the
Cleveland Indian camp, follow-
ing the two-hitter thrown by
Bob Lemon. Off to a good start.
No Bed Sox had gotten a
hit until Ted Williams sing-
led with one out in .the
seventh off Lopat. Lopat
then yielded a walk and
second single to Bobby
Doerr.
That gave the Red Sox their I
onlv run. Lopat. to get even.;
blasted a two-run homer In the
eighth. The Yankees already had
settled matters by scoring four
run In the fifth.
Mlckev Mantle, who has yet
to prove he can outdo the best
rookies of fact and fiction, drove
In two of those tallies off Harry
Tavlor who had Ditched shutout
ball himself until that frame.
The Indians received. super-
lative pitching for the second
straight dav Early Wynn
yielding onlv four hits to gain
a 4-2 victory over the Tigers at
Detroit. He needed late support
to win in ten innings, however.
Jim Hegan tied the score with
a home run In the ninth and
In the tenth Ray Boone rapped
a two-run single to provide the
winning margin. Don Kollowav
h't a first inning homer for the
Tigers.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jim Konstanty. the scourge
of the National League last
year, got reeked mercilessly
as the Dodgers rallied to
beat him and the Phillies 4-3
in the Inth Inning at Eb-
bets Field, venting the
Opening Day defeat.
Preacher Roe was sated con-
siderable embarrassment by the
final rallv against Konstanty.
Roe had given up seven hits,
but the trouble was four were
outside the park and three were
Inside.
Willie Jones banged two
homers and Dick Slsler one.
Jones' second homer in the ninth
looked like the clinching run.
! Then the' Dodgers rebounded.
Konstanty relieved Bubba
Church after he walked olnch-
(Continned en Page 8. Cel. I)
Sixty Win Prizes
In Elementary
Schools Track Meet
Lemon Is out to become the first
30-game winner in 17 years.!
Dlzzv Dean was the last to turn
the trick when he was with the rookie outfielder Frank Saucier
BU Louis Cardinals In 1934. on the suspended list.
Lemon says winning 30 games i And Saucier, the 23-year-old
will be a tough assignment, but., Minor League Player-of-the-
he figures, with a little luck he Year in 1950. says he Is dropping
put on a 12 act show consisting
of racing, water ballets, comedy
and daredevil acts.
The hour and half show
opened at 7:30 vf m with four
Canal Zone 12 year olds. Bobbv
Connor. John Hamma. Larry
Blegel and Jeffo Gowdln. In
combination of back stroke. Mallan. Jane Mallan. Gloria
crawl, and kick-board racing I olaze CeiMM Powell. Don Con-
The four youths are members o., nor charles McGlade. Henrv
the Canal Zone swimming team Cruz Vincent Leaver. Charles
and seen destined for a pro-
mising future.
The first of the comedy acts
followed with Captain Ken
Deith. former Rutgers swimming
star, displaying several difficult
dives off the 10 foot board and
William Zemer doing a drunk plete somersault before hitting
act after the first dive by Deith., the water.
The act provided many laughs in the finale. 8/Sgt. Robert
for the crowd. Zemer started his! Dysart and Pfc Jay Dlckerson
drunk from the stands, by falling I performed a fire dive. Both
Into the stands fully clothed. Dysart and Dlckerson were soak-, tiffcates were awarded In high
t7n.us*a - I__ UaiUtaa flxlrl f\r\ V\ a WtiTll (d*M Urivfiil iiiun JkpU **) _
Today certificates are being
distributed to sixty happy Isth-
mian children who won 1st. 2nd
and 3rd places In the annual
Elementary School Field Day
held at Balboa Playground last
Saturday. April 14.
More than 100 children from
all schools on both sides of the
Isthmus competed in this field
day, a miniature of the track
and field meet* held by the high
schools and Junior College. Ce: -
With every clown act, Zemer! ed in lighter fluid on the high
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until he until he rid himself of
four suits of cloth.
Precision from swimming fol-
lowed with 14 members of the
i cast. Marylln Ford, Arllne
Schmidt, Helen Edwards, Merry
lump, broad jump, dashes, re-
lays and ball throwing for ac-
curarv and distance.
the streets, laying and playing and died broke, an extraordinary
end for a bookmaker. But nobody could say he ever welched.
I've forgotten what odd he told me he gave McOraw. Zev
paid $40.40 to win that day and Martingale was $25.50 to place.
McGraw wasn't a nlekle-and-dime bettor. "I paid him off in
Moore's after the race,' Barnett remembered, "in cash. I made
quite a bundle."
ever, the heroe was Bobby Best
who greeted Bruhn's first pitch
with a clean single to left and
bust up the game.
Richie Havden was the win-
ning hurler for the Council-
Ed Bradley always bet his Derby horses in the winter book men. holding Sears to four hits
and it's an old story how he got caught in the middle when the
wrong horse won in '21. Black Servant losing to Behave Yourself
by a head. Bradley owned both horses but his bet was on Black
Servant. They ran as an entry, ?f course, but the winter book
does not recognize entries. You must name your horse.
Black Servant was Bradley's sleeper. The colt opened at 50
tc 1 in the winter book and closed at 15. What price Bradley
got I never heard, but you can be sure the shrewd old gambler
didn't wait for the odds to shrink. This race Illustrates the bar-
gain appeal of the winter book. On the day of the race Black
Servant, coupled with his stable mate, was only $8.63 to one.
The owner has an advantage the average player doesn't. He
to'ows whether he intends to start or not. But this Is no gua-
rantee he's going to collect. Fred Hooper bet Olympia iwiih Ar-
caro up> like lie was home free In the '49 Derby, saw him lead
for a mile, then flatten out to sixth. All owner Hooper got was
the satisfaction he had beaten the price. Olympia was odds-on
at post time.

Ironically, the only winter book in operation today is legal.
We probably wouldn't have heard of it around here if the Ke-
fauver committee hadn't caused the illegal books to close. To
play the Reno Turf Club book you must wire or phone and if
you live in certain states. New York and New Jersey among them
-;the Western Union will not accept your wire.
The Reno Turf Club line has received wide circulation. Along
with the p.'ices are detailed instructions how to send your bets
i-vad where Rambling is state-licensed and payoffs guaran-
teed. This Is the first time the public has bien openly invited to
buck to book. To bet around here you had to know a bookie
nfhich. of course, did not always pose an insurmountable problem.
, The Reno book practically concedes the Derby to Uncle Millie
at 5 to 2 with Big Stretch and Battlefield next favored at 5 to 1.
**or the slabbers the prices soar to 500 to 1 on obscure things like
sfonlaera and Anns Fox. The respect Bob Considine. the writer,
anas is not reflected in the 200-to-l figure the horse of
the .same names carries. Rough "n" Tumble la listed at 6 to 1. but
i.e book lias the decency to note the horse has been scratched.
Tt.is Is a break the winter book player does not always get.
Well, lets see now. Repertoires 25 to 1. Why not? Once
a, luciei always a sucker.
one of which was another homer
for Tlmm'- Hotz. his fifth for
the season.
can add seven to the 23 he rack-
ed up last year. His manager
Al Lope?agrees.
"Bob is off to a fast start,
says Lopez, "and if he keeps
pitching like he did In his first
one. he's going to be tough to
keep from leading the league
again."
The St. Louis Browns have put
baseball and sticking to the oil
business.
Says Browns manager. Bill De
Witt: "I've been waiting to hear
from Saucier since March 5lii
He hasn't communicated with
me. He hasn't returned his sign-
ed contract. Therefore, I've noti-
fied him that he Is suspended,
effective Immediately."
Balboa was high point school
with a total of 37'i point*, with
1 Pedro Miguel as a close runner-
up with 38 points. Gamboa boys
were best athletes with a high
total score of 21 points while
the Pedro Miguel lasses proved
themselves to be the best group
of athletes with a high score of
stripped himself of a garment tower and set afire. Both he.d
the c/owd spellbound as they
came PjungUig Into the,, pool
which was also set ailre after
gasoline was spread over the!
surface.
In relays, five Panamanian:
Olympic swimmers. Ricardo I
Boregard, Alberto Kahn. Charles \
Boregard. Alcldes Bernal and
Rosa Arevalo. were paired off I
Jaramlllo. David Mcllhennv and with Canal Zone swimmers In a 31 points.
James Morris, going into a six three-lap race of the pool. Ri-1 Soores by schools are as fol-_
routine act In the first ballet cardo Boregard. recently return- i lows:
and four more in the second. ed from Argentina were he wasj
In another of the evening's a member off the Panama swim- i School
mlng team during the Pan-Am i
games.
The entire show was directed Balboa
by Mr. William Zemer. who was' Pedro Miguel
All-Amerlcan from 1948 to 1948.1 Cristobal
Mr. Zemer in physical Instructor \ Gamboa
in the Canal Zone. Music during i Ancon
the Aquacade was provided bv j Margarita
the 778th Air Force Band under Diablo Hts.
highlights. Captain Deith.-.
Merry Mallan. former National
AAU junior diving champion and
Gloria Glaze, former Texas AAU
diving champions nut on a beau-
tiful diving exhibition with a
total of 12 dives from both the
high and low board.
For daredevH acts. Cpl. Gerald
Edmunds, went bicycle riding off
the diving board doing a com-
the direction of Warrant Officer Gatun
Greer.
Cocolr"
Girl* Boys Total
points
"28 V2 11 371
11 5 38
7 20 27
, 0 21 21 i
7 13 20
2 12 14
8'7 7 15",
s f 10
9 0 9
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Mill OMAN WEDS SERGEANT AIREN. U.8.M.C.
In eanaUallght cera-any at the CWMiNml Chapel.
%&* abfVh'"5 DUtr.ctP.rfrn.ed the cere-
many at 7:H 'clock Weneaday, April II.
Mn. j. w. Vlecelll played a
number o selection on the oi-
gan. Including "I Lore You Tru-
ly" and "Becauae" before the ce-
remony and the traditional wed-
ding marche for the proceselon-
a.1 and receulonal.
The chapel wa decorated wltn
Mime, basket of regal lUlea and
white tar Jaamlne. white mailne
bowi were tied to the pew.
The bride entered upon the
arm of Sergeant w. L. Kelly by
whom she waa given In marriage.
She wore a wedding town of
white Chantilly lace over white
atln. It wa fashioned with a
flttjd bodice having a high neck-
line, formed by a nylon yoke or-
namented with applique of the
lace and long, fitted pointed
alesve. The very full gathered
skirt extended to form a cathe-
dral train. Her fingertip lace veil
fell from a beaded atln coronet
She carried a nosegay bouquet of
white agapanthus centered with
white orchids and tied with ma-
ilne.
Mr. Maxwell Butler was the
matron of honor. She wore a
gown of Chartreuse brocaded taf-
feta with a matching picture hat.
The dres had a fitted bodice
having a low rounded neckline
and shirred cap sleeves and a f:i!l
ballerina length skirt. Her oiny
jewelry was a double strand of
pearls and he carried a Colonial
bouquet of carnations outlined
with a frill of rnaline.
Mr. I. C. Martin was a bridal
attendant. She wore a melon-
colored brocaded taffeta to ma'.ch
the matron of honor and carried
a matching bouquet. Both of the
attendants wore silver accessor-
ies.
Mr*. W. C. Kelly was also a
bridal attendant and wore an
Identical dres of turquoise taf-
feta.
Mr. Maxwell Butler was best
man for the groom and the ush-
r were Messrs C. E. Martin and
Chester MacDonald.
A reception was held at the
home of the bride's parent* fol-
lowing the ceremony. The mo-
ther of the bride chose for ma
occasion an evening dress of gold
and turquoise imported cotton. It
was made limply with a high
rounded neckline and a gored
kirt. With it she used a Peru-
vian silver necklace, and belt. Her
flower were a corsage of yellow
rosebuds.
The bride's table was centered
with a thfee-tlered wedding cake
topped with a miniature bride
and groom under an archway. A
white lace cloth covered the table
and Imported flowers from Costa
Rica, white and pink gladioli and
pink carnations were used to de-
return Monday and will reside on
10th Street in Colon.
Mrs. Aiken graduated from
Washington High School and
Seminary In Pennsylvania and
attended the University of Miami
in Miami. Fla.
Sergeant Aiken 1 a graduate of
the Redding, Vermont. High
School and ha been in the Ma-
rine Corp for even year. He 1
completing a two-year tour on
the Isthmus.
Mis Davis Become*
Bride of Mr. Parker
Miss Ruth Anne Davis, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Frank Davis of New
StralUvllle, Ohio, became the
bride of Richard Elliott Parker,
on of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Parker,,
of Colon, in a private ceremony
at the American Bible House at
half-past five o'clock Wednesday,
April IS.
Dr. R. R. Gregory performed
the ceremony In the presence tf
Mr. Davls's family and a few
close friends.
The bride was lovely In her af-
ternoon gown of white frosted
organdy over taffeta. It wo
made with a fitted bodice having
a sweetheart neckline and cap
sleeves. The street length skirt
was very full and the only trim-
ming was a white satin sash. She
wore a semi-circle of white fleur
de amour In her hair and earned
a nosegay bouquet of the blos-
som.
Mrs. Alice Diers and Mr. Louis
Palmer weie witnesses for the ce-
remony.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Parker en-
tertained with a dinner at their
home for the members of the fa-
mily and the guests.
Later in the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Parker left for the Pacific
Side where they overnighted it
the Hotel Tlvoli before leaving
for Costa Rica the next morning
on their honeymoon. The bride's
golng-away costume was an ol 1
rose shantung suit trimmed wit;.
orchid velvet, with which che
used harmonising accessories.
Upon their return they will re-
lde at House 0078 Ninth Street.
Mia Davis graduated from
High School in her home town
and attended Franklin Universi-
ty In Columbus, Ohio. She was
employed by the State of Ohio at
New Lexington before coming to
the Isthmus.
Mr. Parker Is a graduate of
Cristobal High School and is cm-
ployed with the Atlantic Termin-
als.
Gallardo, Sammy Levy, S. Delga-
do, David Pretto, Walter Hunnl-
cutt, Harry Bllgray, Martin Cain,
Jame Cain, Carlos Morales,
Louis Austin. Robert Wilfovd.
Harold Pinto, Sidney Ferro and
Mr. Reginald Armstrong, father
of the bride and Mr. Morris Weich
father of the honoree.
Dr. Lea
En Rente to States
Dr. Melvin Lea sailed on the
Chirlqul Tuesday on a business
trip to New Orleans. He will be
gone for two weeks.
Informal Rehearsal Party
Following the rehearsal for the
wedding of Misa Arden Arm-
strong and Mr. Max Welch, last
evening. Mrs. Reginald D. Arm-
strong entertained the girls at
her home with an Informal up-
per party while the stag party
was being held for Mr. Welch.
The guests with the bride-elect
were: Mrs. Roy Redmond, Miss
Arllne Lincoln. Miss Bette Far-
rell and Miss Andrea Armstrong.
Informal Dinner
for Mr. and Mrs. Flinn
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ralph
had an Informal dinner party at
their Gatun home Tuesday even-
ing for Mr. and Mrs. Allen N.
Flinn who are sailing Friday for
a States vacation.
The other guests were Mr. and
Mr. Harry Westervelt,
Mrs. McDermitt's Pictures
to be Shown In Gatun
There will be a showing of the
paintings of Mr. Floyd McDe."-
mltt at the Gatun Union Chiuvh
Saturday evening from 2:00 lo
10:00 p.m. There will be a charae
of 25 cents for admission. The
proceeds will go to Mrs. McDer-
mitt's Auxiliary group.
The latter part of the month
the artist will have a one-man
exhibit at the J.W.B. Welfare
Center in Balboa. The exhibit
Saturday evening will give Atlan-
tic Side friends an opportunity
to view her work and aid ;he
church.
Stag Party for Mr. Welch
The members of the Tigers
Club arranged a stag party and
buffet supper at the Strangors
Camera Clnb Awards
Mrs. John F. Greening, Mr.
Carlos Mouynes V., and Mr. John
Surany were the judges for the
Camera Club exhibit which Is
now displayed in the lounge of
the Hotel Washington and Is open
to the general public.
Merchandise awards, donated
by Ansco and Kodak representa-
Try RgQKfl
V It's a delicious beverage
V it contain no stimulant
V it help you enjoy a rsrtful ala*p
y it's prepared right in the cup
with hot wstar or milk
0t POSTUM today
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crate the table and to ornament Club last evening for Mr Max
Welch, who will wed Miss Arden
Armstrong tomorrow evening.
The party was arranged by Jo-
seph Watson and Mr. Enrique Ja-
ramlllo.The others present were:
Isaac Sasso, Coleman Sasso, Bob-
by Puello, Bobby Endara, Mike
Abbo. Dick Swearingen, John
Hall. Adelberto Joly, Marcos Mo-
rales. Lloyd Alberga, Tony Gar-
cia, Trevor and Raymond and
Carl Simons. Cecil Alberga, Julio
Cuevas, Ernesto Estlnoz, Catlcs
the home.
Mrs. Myrtle Wolfe of Washing-
ton. Pa., took care of the bride's
book Mrs. Charles Connors, a'so
of Washington. Pa., was present
for the wedding and reception.
Later In the evening the bride
and groom left for a local honev-
moon. The bride's going away
costume was a yellow printed
crepe, with which she used white
accessories.
Sergeant and Mrs. Aiken wl'l
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for your family today? It' uy to mk*. i'.'i
dolirioui to tun. tnd it's nouriohiog. too! Tor
light, fluffy cslus, bo sur* to um Duryaa'a
MAirjtNA. It'a finaly millednovar lumpy
wiib (ialicau flavor. Aak for th* ona-
oound package at your Mghborboo
grocery ISAAC BRANDON V BROS.. Inc.
P.O. Bex Si: Panam, R. P,
BIRDS EYE
FILLETS
Because they're quick-frozen
to keep their ocean-freahnet!
Only wht you're going to
aerve. Ready to fry or bake.
Cuaranteed to be the finest
uniform quality, eery lime/
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LOCAL RATE EMPLOYES of the Industrial Bureau at Cristobal are shown In this picture ex-
tlneulshine a fire with one of the types of fire extinguishers that are available in the shop
areas in which they work, as part o a training school and drill given recently by the Fire
Division at Cristobal. __^^_____^^____________.^__________
tives In Colon were presented to
the follo-vlng winners: in the por-
traiture class1st "Lee" by Cap-
tain Gay B. Doerr of Fort Gu-
llck 2nd "Peek" by Robert K.
Hanna. 3rd"Francisco" by H.
W. Peck. Honorable Mention
"Mother and Child" by Captain
C. S. Townshend; "Jimmy" by
Captain Townshend; "Jean" by
Esther Calcutt; "Painted Lips"
by J. J. Ecker. Jr.: General Class
1st, "By the Sea" by R. K.
Hanna: 2nd"Mountain Morn"
and 3rd "Summer" by E. N. Bel-
land.
Mr. Belland received three hon-
orable mentions in this class for
"Santa Isabel." "Afternoon Sha-
dows," and "Tropic Gold." Cor-
poral C. R. Keenan, of Fort Gu-
llck received an honorable men-
tion for "Moonlight Sonata."
Tsx Attorney McNevin
Due Back Monday
From Washington Trip
Donald McNevin, member of
the C. 2. law firm of Collins and
McNevin, is returning Monday
by PAA from Washington where
he had gone on connection with
legal action in opnnectlon with
Zone Income tax.
He has consulted with the
rirm of King St King as to what
can be done about local Income
tax, with emphasis on repeal of
the retroactive tax.
About 500 Zonians have sign-
ed retainer forms with the law
firm, paying $5 for representa-
tion In the case, with the agree-
ment that each pay an add-
Misses Blair, Tarr
To Represent Scouts
At Puerto Rico Camp
The Girl Scout Board decided
CZ Drunk Driver
Gels Gamboa For
Causing Accident
A six-month sentence in
Gamboa penitentiary to be
served was Imposed yesterday
afternoon in the Ancon Dist-
rict Court on Navy enlisted man
Robert M. Hoffman, whose car
rammed into ano.her March 25
near Cocoll.
Hoffman pleaded guilty to a
charge of drunk driving caus-
ing bodily Injury. He Is In Navy
custody until May 1, In order to
settle his family affairs, and
will be then released to serve
his sentence.
Hoffman's Mercury sedan ran
into the rear of a Studebaker
coach, driven by police officer
Arthur L. Blystone and carry-
ing nine persons, five of them
children. The force of the im-
pact shoved the Studebaker
more than 100 feet down the
road, over an embankment and
Into high grass where It caught
fire. All of those In the Stude-
baker were hurt, and the car
was a total loss.
While the Hoffman case was
being disposed of In the Dist-
rict Court. Navy storekeeper
David F. Mahoney. 41. pleaded
guilty to three charges of pet-
ty embezzlement, totalling 1119.
The charges alleged that on
Jan. 31 he appropriated $20, and
that on Feb. 28 and March 8
h appropriated $4950.
He was sentenced to 30 days
on each charge. The charges
rose from the sale" of Navy
clothing, police said.
Also scheduled for yesterday
was preliminary hearing of two
charges of failing to account
atthel^mMtTnVyesterdVm'r'Ijfor public funds brought a-
lng in Balboa to delegate Joan! Rains ^ Mrs Mina Dee. 39 for-
KnUUv^Tro-m0^ Cantl E^HKe. Ihta^SS
Hemisphere Camp to be held this APr" 0-_________________
summer In Puerto Rico. Both'
girl* are from Troop 31 of New Zone send representatives, the
Ridgway Warns
Of Imminent Danger.
SP.NDAI, Japan, April 19
dtp) The United Stufes
stands in Imminent danger of
a war which can be started at
inr time, according to Lt. Gem
Matthew B. Ridgway.
"Yon don't know and I dastf
know when the chips will >e)
down," he told troops of CsHt
fornia's 40th Division at SSt
Inspection here today.
Argentina Names Ship
For Historic Dates
BUENOS AIRES. April 1 (UP>
The cruiser Phoenix, recently
bought from the United States,
is to be renamed the 17 de Octu-
bre 'recalling the day in 1945
when 300,000 workers gathered
In the Plaza de Mayo and trans-
ferred Juan Peron practically
from Jail to Government House.
The cruiser Boise, bought at
the same time as the Phoenix,
will be named 9 de Julio in ho-
nor of the signing of Argentina'!
declaration of lndep e n d e n c t
from Spahi.
Cristobal.
These 8enlor girls were first
chosen to act as alternates to the
World Camp In Oregon this sum-
mer; but at the lnslstance of the
Board decided to delegate these
two girls to attend.
The camp will be run by the
World Association of Girl Scouts
and Girl Guides in a newly eta-
ment that each pay an add- mer; but at the lnslstance of the and Girl Ouldes in a newly esia-
Itional $20 If the action Is sue- Western Hemisphere Committee Wished camp run by the Puerto
cessful. I In New York, that the Canal i Rico Girl Scout of the USA.
AFGE Honors 1st Prexy
Capt. C. H. Frederick
Capt. C. H. Frederick, deputy
warden of the Canal Zone peni-
tentiary last night was honor
guest of AFGE Lodge 14 at its
regular meeting at the Balboa
Clubhouse. Capt. Frederick, who
is retiring soon, was first presli-
dent of Lodge 14-.
The meeting, during which rou-
tine business wa transacted,
drew about 75 member. The
door prize, a $35 government
bond, wa won by Mrs. Either
Barlow.
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mr. George A. Hen-
ry, of House No. 8041, 811ver City,
Canal Zone, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Lynette, to the Rev. Solomon N.
Jacob, son of Mrs. Lucia M.
Jacobs and the late Hlrem A.
Jacob, of Panama City. Tha
marriage ceremony will take
place In the United State dur-
ing this summer.
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at the most wanted car
in CHRYSLER history

HE NEW YORKER
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1951
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one or our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
IS words
3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave.
rbon 2-22!
KIOSKO OE LESSEES
Parque d Lasscpa
faiiam*
MORRISONS
No. 4 Fourth of July Ara.
Pkoao 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
KM Mclndei Ave
rkooo Ut COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. H Wee lit Slrm
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. H H" Sliest Hiiiw
No. U.I7< CoaUoJ Avo. Colo
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
COPPER
Will. BE HARDER TO GET.
We still have it in
ROLLS
SHEETS
TUBES
PIPES
FITTINGS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave.Tel. 3-0140
SLIPCOVERS
Custom-made lot llvlngToom
sets. Couches At Cushions
Lei me figure your materia!
needs Free F.stlmales
Af.BKRTO HFIIFS Pan 3-3151
* a.m. to 7 p.m
DRV SEASON
is the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
Light Traffic Easy Parking
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
ROPIDURA
THE BEST FOR LESS
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LENSES eV ACCESSORIES
; AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factorv Prices.
PORRAS
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
uiitoiR
e**u
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. S-1503
5*tw
III f synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
CAMERA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
THE LFJ-FVBE CORP
Phone z-r.m
LOTS FOR SALE
Down Payanan! SIN.
Monthly Payment 115
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
*q. Meier
For Rent: Heavy Equipment for
round leveling,.
4) We Rent I I on Lona Ierro
4) Lot Ciaba al S3 ana St Weekly
FOR SALE
Automobile*.
WANTED:Radio transmitting tube
TH250 and moduloting la-
former for BC610. Phone Len
Worcester Panama 2-3(Je>o.
FOR SALE:'19 tfuick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
FOR SALE:Packard two door Se-
dan, white wall tires, seat covers
in extrearrly good condition with
6500 miles for $2,000.00. Terms.
Call Arias ot -2322 in the morn-
ing.
FOR SALE:By competitive bid three
1948 Chevrolet ond two 1947
Fords. May be seen ot 796-X La
Boca Road, Balboa. Phone 272-
4143 days, 2-1475 evenings for
appointment. Bids close April 30th.
FOR SALE: 19,41 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, perfect condition, radio,
heater, low original mileage ex-
ceptional buy. Call Fort Clayton
4281. 9:00 12:00 a.m. only.
FOR SALE:1940 Chevrolet, 4-door
Sedan, kept thoroughly in fine con-
dition. Owner leaving. Best offer
accepted. See Mr. Friedman at
"Cosa Fastlich."
FOR SALE:1947 Pontioc, 41-door
Sedan, radio, plastic seat covers,
low mileage, excellent condition,
originol owner; quarters 5557-C
Diablo Heights after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:1936 LaSalle $350.00.
good tires, motor ond body, new
bottery. Call Gilchrist by evening.
83-529 (Army). 578-D Curundu
Heights.
FOR SALE:Leaving, 1951 Custom
Fordor Ford, beautiful blue. House
5437 Dioblo, Bnnson.
FOR SALE:1950 BUICK SUPER
CONVERTIBLE, electric operated
windows ond seats, signal and
bock-up lights, special radio, blue
point, black top. Low fniloge. Ten
months old. Excellent condition.
F-263 engine. Good gos miles. All
leather inside. Must see to op-
preciate appeoronce. Priced to sell.
Can be financed. MASTERS, C.Z.
Pen. (After 5 p.m..) 102-G, Gom-
boo 172 lo.m.)
FOR SAL:1948* Nash Ambossador
Club Coupe. Can be financed.
Make me an offer. 5758-A Dia-
blo, 2-3125.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pohtiac Tudor
Torpedo, body 8 cylinder. A real
good buy. Can be financed. House
201 3-B Curundu or Tel.'83-61 59.
FOR SALE:Dodge 1948 Custom,
4-door, excellent rubber, A-l paint,
upholstery and engine. $1,250.
Gotun 236-B.
FOR SALE:1950 Kenmore outo-
motic washing machine (new) 60
cycle. House I I -A New Cristobal.
Apply Friday and Saturday, Sun-
day.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50< per hour
plus 7 per mile.
Iniuranee and driving
permit included.
Call Panam 2-1995.
Carafe Elias.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Gold wrist wotch on Cen-
tral Avenue ond 10th St. Reward.
. Box 975 Coln. Phone 1151 -B.
LOST:Female Boxer Cog Red fawn
4 white feet, white chest. Reword.
Tel. 87-6205.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Fine Tract of flot lond.
Chilibre, 12 ocres with river en-
closed. Numerous fruit trees in
bearing stoge. Tel. 3-2577.
FOR SALE:Three concrete block
modern Chalets on 3'. 2 acres land,
water, electricity, gardens, fruits.
I 2 miles m Arroi|n, owner on
premises, Johnson.
Legal Notice
United Stofei of America
Canal Zone
United States District Court F01
The District Ot The Canal Zone
Bolboa Division
In the Matter of the Estate o
LSTHKR A. SfltA,
Drreated
No. 86> Probate
NOTICE' TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREUY (IIS KN that all
persons havirtg a/ claim, against the
Batata ot l-MHPK A. SHEA, deceased,
are required to file their aaid claims,
supported bv vouchers and properly veri-
fied, with the Clerk ot the United Ststei
Ditrlct Court for the District of the
Csnal Zone. Balboa Division, at Ancun,
Canal Zone, or with the Evecutor.
H FRANCIS SHEA, at No. i Ti-
voli Avenue. Ancon. Canal Zone, on or
before the 2tth day of July 1951. or
they will be forever barred
Ancon. Canal Zone.
March If. I SSI.
JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEA
Executor.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED:Rodk> transmitting tube
TH250 and moduloting trans-
former for BC6I0. Phone Len
Worcester Ponomi 2-3066.
Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
ex 2031 Anean, C. Z.
For Memorial Day. Reduced prices,
10% on all head stones in Ca-
rrara marble. Only this month.
No. 52 "B" Street Cosimiro Mo-
reno, Ponomi. Tel. 2-2656.
Sidney E. Hyoms. Pian- techmcion
Box 3493 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
MirH'ellanroiM
FOR SALE:High loll ell points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
fallen. Tropidura Stares
FOR SALE:PAA tickets; reserva-
tions occepted at its new AGENCY
in Bella Vista. 25 Per Ave. CO-
PA Office. Ample parking space.
FOR SALE:Double borrel 16 gauge
shot gun rod, cose and vest, $30.
0777-B Wiliamson Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE. Piano Accordion 120
Bass (WurlitzerJ. 8 mm. movie co-
mer (Revere) with case. House
183-A Galun. Phone 5-476.
Mothers, JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 years,
sold exclusively at IABYLANDIA,
No. 39 43rd Street., ("If it's
for the Baby, we hove it.'')
The Ponomi Canal offers for sale
under sealed bids, to be opened 10:30
a.m., May 2, 1951, one steel barge,
two oir compressors, and one oir re-
ceiving tank, located at Industrial
Bureau, Cristobal. For information
and inspection telephone Mr. A. A.
Whitlock, 3-1826. Bid forms may be
obtained from the Industrial Bureau,
Cristbal, or from the office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Baboo,
telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE: Good seots for the
event of the year. "Merrily-Merrily"
to be seen at Cristobal YMCA Audi-
torium April 27th ot 7:30. Don't toil
to get your tickets for this special
talent mixture of pep, class, comedy,
colorful dancing and special scenes.
The Zuydenee, the forest, the circus.
All exhibited by well trained pupils of
Madge Locke, Pupils from Cristobal,
Bolboa, Gatun, Curundu. Represent-
ing Dutch Folk, Diiiy Geese, beauti-
ful birds, Gypsy ond Latin Dances,
tiger, poodles, ponies, clowns. Moggie
the mystery horse, hob-goblins, balle-
rinas. Something for every toste and
age. "Merrily-Merrily" by oil means
at YMCA Cristobal, April 27th. Bal-
boa dote to be announced later.
FOR SALE: Aquorium fishes, 18
species, aquorium supplies. No. I 1
Via Espoa, front of Juan Franco
Stables.
LESSONS
Learn to donee waltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tango, m a m b o,
chorleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesdoy.
Thursday, Saturday all day. Hornett
E. Dunn.
Wanted Position
WANTED:Rodio transmitting tube
TH250 and modulating trans-
former for BC610. Phone Len
Worcester Ponomi 2-3066.
SECRETARY-First Closs, bi-Linguol
Stenographer, good technical trans-
lations, with mony years expe-
rience in Americon Industries ond
Banking Institution, Good Knowl-
dege of general office work, ac-
counting ond filing systems, offers
her services. Apply Stenographer
Apartado 513, Panom, R. P.
^^^..
le.iving permanently, wish to place
honest dependoble English speak-
ing maid. 10 years references
Available May 4th. 1470-A Hol-
den St. flats. Tel. 2-3410.
Mother Forbidden
To Take Children
Out Of Canal Zone
A restraining order, forbiddinp.
Mrs. Barbara Pacheco of Pana-
ma Cltv from removing her two
little girls from the Canal Zone,
was signed late vesterdav bv
District Judge J. J. Hancock.
Mrs. Pacheco, an employe of
Gorgas Hospital, has been stay-
ing at the Hotel Tlvoll since
Tuesday with her daughter.',
aged 4 and 2. They were sched-
uled to sail tomorrow on the
SS Panama.
The order was Issued at the
reouest of the law firm of Van
Slclen. Ramirez and de Castro,
who are representing Mrs. Pa-
checos husband. Caspar, a
civilian employe at Albrook AFB
ROUND TRIP TO RIO$600.
AMERICAN LEGION
CONTEST PRIZE
El Conquistador
Braniff DC-
Call: 2-2M1 2:M-5:0t
2-1653 after 5:M
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spocious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters 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 and in first
class condition. Located between
Paitilla and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:Large and cool house,
7 bedrooms and 3 services. For
office or residence of employes
family. Also 2 additional apart-
ments, attractive price for Consu-
late, business or Institution, one
block from Via Espaa and Be-
lisario Porros. Information 3-0471,
Apt. 1045 Ponomi. We will adopt
to your necesities.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMIRA APART-
MENTS. Modlrn furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contoct office
No. 8061. 10th St.. New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
:OR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment living-dmingroom. $55 Key,
85 Cuba Avenue.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, sitting-diningroom furnish-
ed $65.00, all screened. Entrance
San Froncisco. Phone 3-0234.
:OR RENT:Apartments 1 & 2 bed-
rooms centrally located in modern
building. Apply Phone 2-0480.
RESORTS
Gramlich's Santa Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
Willioms Santa Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas rangas. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
hillipt. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673. ___________
Casino Santo Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy brocing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Enjoy coal weather. Furnished house
all conveniences at Cerr Campana.
Also houses cat beach, Santa Clora.
Phone Shrapnel Balboa 2820 or
see caretaker there.
SHOWN RECEIVING "Best Company" plaque and ribbons from Dr. Norman Elton, represen-
tative of Balboa Jr. 4c Sr. PTA is .Cadet Captain Sam Maphls, Commanding officer of "C" Co.
At left is Cadet 1st. Lt. (Honorary) Arlene McKeown. Cadet Sgt. John Ladd Is "C" Co. guidon
bearer. Major Bart, PMS&T of Canal Zone ROTC is handing Dr. Elton the "Best Company"
streamer to be attached to guidon.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Record player, auto-
matic, 25 cycle, mahogany cabinet,
tropical crystal $40; Refrigerator
Westinghouse, 7 Vi cu. ft. 25 cycle,
all porcelain $100; Kitchen clock,
Telechron, 25 cycle $3; DeSoto
Coupe, 1939, duty paid, $250.
House 5620-8. Hecker Place, Dio-
blo.
FOR SALETreadle sewing machine;
I large wicker livingroom table;
1 wicker settee; 1 wicker choir; I
pair table lamps. Cheap. House
559-B Curundu Heights. Call be-
tween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
FOR RENT:Opportunity First class
apartment, all furnished (including
refrigerator) $60.00 monthly. All
conveniences. Bus line in front.
Parking drive-way. Paitilla Rood
No, 121.
FOR RENT:Modern spacious, very
cool apartment, porch, living and
diningroom, 3 bedroom, 2 boths,
hot water, all screened, private ga-
rage, patio and garden in Bella
Vista. Tel. 3-1796.
FOR RENT:Very cool and comfort-
able 2 bedroom apartment, furn-
ished or unfurnished. No. 32, 45th
Street downstairs. See onytime.
FOR SALE: 8 6 cu. ft. Frigidaire.
25 cycle, 50 lb. freezing comport-
ment, 3 Vi yeors guarantee remain-
ing. Phone 6-233.
FOR SALE:Luxurious bedroom set.
Originol price $650 a gift at $225.
No. 7, 34th Street.
FOR SALE: Large mirror, youths
bed, coffee table, mahogany tea
table, library table, inexpensive
dining set. Shrapnel, House 150
Prospect Street, ona way street to
Quarry Heights.
FOR RENT:In Vista del Mar, small
apartment. Cool, quiet and nice
view. Phone 3-0276.
FOR RENT:One bedroom apart-
ment near Canal Zene. Rent. $55.
Tel. 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Amer-
ican home, near Ancon bus-stop,
to American woman. References re-
quired. Tel. Panama 2-3067.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:20 foot Soilboot. sloop,
excellent condition. Reas enable
price. Tel. 2-6352.
Young George Withers
Is Accepted For NROT
George Kenyon Withers, Jr., of
Balboa Heights, was among the
1800 successful candidates who
will receive a Navy subsidized
education and a Navy or Marine
Corps commission under the Na-
val Reserve Officers Training
Corps program, according to
Headquarters, 15th Naval Dis-
trict.
The group was selected from
some 14,000 high school seniors
or graduates who applied for the
program last fall.
FOR SALE:----Oaf brand new Kan mare
electric sieve, 3 burners and deae-
woll cooker, 25 or 60 cycleetHI
in crate. Call Pan. 3-0914 be-
tween 1-10 a.m. ar Sal. 3641 be-
tween 2-4 p.m.
FOR SALE:Overstuffed choirs $15
o piece; fireplace, electric logs,
serun $600. Kitchen table 4 choirs
$20. Set of 4 tobies glass tops
$25. Vacuum deaner $25. Miscel-
laneous. 4070, 4th Street, Coln.
MacArthur Group Seeks Shift
Of More Defenses to Asia
FOR SALE:Kenmore wosher and
Frigidaire both 25 cycles, very
good condition. Reosonable,
1470-A Holden Street flats. Tel.
2-3410.
FOR SALE:5 steel Venetian blinds
38x72 in., green tope used only
four months, excellent condition.
$10.00 eoch. 1462-D Holden St.,
Balboa 2-3169.
FOR SALE:25 cycle, 9 cu. ft. re-
frigerotor, excellent condition $80;
Mohogany Guatemalan I o u n g e
chair $25; 53 piece set transicin
China $20, 5444-L Endicott St.,
Diablo.
British Will Not
Charge Scots Who
Removed Stone
LONDON, April 19 (UP)The
British Government has decided
not to prosecute the Scottish
Nationalists who stole the Coro-
nation Stone from Westminster
Abbey on Christmas Day
Red China Offers More
Food To Hungry India
HONG KONG. April 19 (UP)
Communist China today again
offered famine-threatened In-
dia 1.000,000 tons of food, and
Jeered at Congress-stalled Unit-
ed States efforts to ship the
same amount.
Additional to the present 1,-
000.000 offer 22.000 tons of Chin-
ese rice have reportedly arrived
In India and another 11,000 tons
are on the way.
Stabilizer Predicts
Living Cost Rise
To Level OH Soon
WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP)
Price Stabilizer Michael V.
DISalle predicted today that
stiffening consumer resistance
soon will cause the cost of liv-
ing to level off a peale about 3
per cent above the Jan. "freeze"
level.
DiSalle told reporters his op-
timism is based on a sharp re-
duction of consumer purchases
in March. He said there has been
"a reversal in public thinking"
since last December when buy-
ers swept stores bare because
they "feared rising prices and
shortages."
His forecast of a price peak
some 2 or 3 per cent above the
freeze level, to be reached well
before mid-summer, changed
his earlier prediction. He had
thought prices would climb an-
other 5 to 6 per cent before
reaching their zenit* by mid-
summer.
DISalle said his new predic-
tion is borne out by recent news-
paper advertisements. They've
been disclosing "some real bar-
gains" he said, adding that if
"people will buy just what they
need, we'll be better off all
around."
The price chief refused to
guess whether prices will fall
after reaching their final pla-
teau. He explained that future
prices will depend to a large
degree on what happens "In the
international situation" in
other words the scope of mll-
iltary preparations.
By STEWART HENSLEY
WASHINGTON, April 19, (UP)
Diplomatic authorities here a-
gree that one of the major on-
slaughts by General Douglas Mac-
Arthur and his supporters on the
Truman Administration foreign
policy will be an attempt to shift
from Europe to Asia some of the
emphasis In the United States'
multi million dollar global aid
program for next year.
MacArthur and his backers are
expected to have little success in
this respect, despite the volume
of vocal support the ex-Supreme
Commander is getting presently.
Congress is expected within the
next few weeks to begin debate
on President Harry S. Truman's
r eiuest for $9.500.000,000 far mili-
tary and economic aid to non-
Communist nations during t'-e
fiscal year beginning July 1.
Of this amount more than $3 -
000,000,000 Is earmarked for mili-
tary assistance to the nations re-
sisting Communism, and the rest
for economic aid to them.
And the great preponderance
ot both military and economic
aid Is destined for Western coun-
tries, particularly those in the
North Atlantic Alliance.
MacArthur stressed in his cele-
brated letter to House Republi-
can leader Joseph Martin that ne
considers the main goal of Com-
munist imperialism to He in the
East and thinks the United States
should make Its principal effort
to fight it there.
The contention that the m?.in
foal of the Kremlin Is Asia rather
lian Europe not only does not
coincide with the view of i.ie
Truman administration, but ac-
tually runs closer to the views c f
many who are extremely vocal m
MacArthur's support.
This, in the opinion of most
foreign diplomats and admin-
istration officials, points up the
weakness of MacArthur's long
range position.
Their assertion is that MacAr-
thur. by virtue of the drama sur-
rounding his summary dlsmlsdl,
has for the time being become a
rallying point for everyone who is
dissatisfied with the way things
are going in general.
His position rests on negative
rather than positive support.
Their analysis of the factors
contributing to the momentary
ascendency of the pro-MacAr-
thur voices over the antl-MacAr-
thur voices ascribes his support
to the following:
1) Those In Congress and e-
mong the public who slncerrly
believe the main chance to fight
Communism is in the east an
admitted minority sentiment en
the basis of past Congressional
debate and expression of public
opinion;
2) Many private citizens who
have become disillusioned with
the United Nations' effort in Ko-
rea because it has become bog-
ged down with no solution in
sight. However lt is considered
doubtful whether any apprecia-
ble percentage of these citizens
actually want to risk all out ur
witn China by direct attack on
mainland bases;
31 A hard core of Chiang Kai-
shek supporters who sincerely
believe the United States should
actively intervene to put the Na-
tionalist government back into
povvir on the Chinese mainlan-1;
4i The large numbef of private
citizens whose emotional reflex
in the case of MacArthur consists
of resentment against the "dirty
deal" which they consider wa s
handed the war hero who admit-
tedly had done a rather good Jod
of the post-war occupation. This
emotional reaction has not yet
become tempered by the point
made by Mr. Truman's support-
ers that it is constitutionally iic-
sirable that military policy should
be subordinate to civilian au-
thority;
51 The allegedly cynical politi-
cal element which sees in any
disc*** an opportunity to capi-
talize upon anti-adminlstratljn
feeling for their gain in local and
Congressional elections.
LEAVING PANAMA Ed-
ward Prendergast. bar man-
ager at the luxurious Hotel
El Panama, is leaving the
Isthmus tomorrow to return
to. the Estados Unido* and
Brooklyn. Ed says lt wasn't
only his desire to get back
and see the Dodgers that
brought this about but he Is
really sorry to be leaving
Panama after only 5 months.
Prendergast, through his
hotel position, became well
known and well liked in the
five months he has been on
the Isthmus and^he wishes
lt known that he likes this
place "mucho" and, like
MacArthur, will be back. His
immediate future plans are
indefinite although he form-
erly worked at Dorion's
Shore House, East Norwalk,
Conn., and he says he may
head somewhere In that gen-
eral direction.
macaiWhurT
appeasement
(Continued from Page 1)
he continued, its people, since ino
end of World War II have de-
monstrated a great desire to
learn and a strong eagerness for
political, economic and social lib-
erty.
"I sent to Korea all four of the
divisions which were occupying
Japan without the least misgiv-
ing. The results fully justified my
faith in Japan."
And on Korea, he told Con-
gress: "Although I was not con-
sulted In advance on the Pre-
sident's decision to intervene
(In Korea) icibsequent develop-
ments showed that from the
military point of view this de-
cision was correct.
"When we forced back the
aggressor and were inflicting
heavy losses, the Red Chinese
intervened with their superior
forces."
This, he declared, posed the
threat of new war, a threat
which "made it necessary that
certain political decisions be
madedecisions which have
not been made."
"I am certain," the General
told the Congress, "that you
will receive what I have to say
only as an expression of the
considered point of view of a
fellow American.
"I come to you without ran-
cor or bitterness in the twilight
of my life with only one
thought: to serve my country.
"These are world problems so
closely entwined that to con-
sider those of one sector while
forgetting those of the other
would be to Invite disaster for
air-
"Because of my point of view,"
MacArthur declared, "I have
been severely criticized in certain
circles, uniformed in military af-
fairs, and especially foreign rir-
cles___From the military point
of view, the opinions which I
have expressed are agreed in by
almost all military leaders, in-
cluding our own joint chiefs of
staff."
The less attention paid to Ys
opinions, the general said, tr-e
more likelihood there will be an
Truman, Acheson
Confer, View TV
Of Key Address
WASHINGTON, April 19
(UP) President Harry s.
Truman and Secretary of State
Dean Acheson plan a confer-
ence today at the moment
General Douglas MacArthur
was addressing Congress.
There Is a television receiv-
er in Mr. Truman's office, and
it is likely the conference will
pe devoted to watching and
listening to MacArthur argu-
ing his case against the Far
East policy views held by Mr.
Truman and Acheson.
The White House would give
no hint of what Mr. Truman
will be doing while MacArthur
rides in triumph down Penn-
sylvania Avenue.
Rosoff, 3rd Locks
Contractor, Dies
After Operation
The death of Samuel Rufue
Rossoff. subway builder who.
held the contract for construc-
tion of the Third Locks at Ga-
tun almost a decade ago, is re-|
ported in the current issue of1
Time magazine.
Time reports that Rossoff, 68,
died in Baltimore after an op-
eration.
Rossoff's contract was can-
cel ed when construction of the
Third Locks was halted during
World War II. He was paid a
substantial sum as cancellation
compensation.
Gromyko Casts Gloom I
Over Deputies' Meet
PARIS, April 19 (UP).Soviet
delegate Andrei Gromyko's vir-
tual rejection of Western com-
promise proposals plunged the)
Big Four deputies' meeting here
into gloom.
SENATORS
WHIP ATHLETICS; j
(Continued from Page FOUR) '
ADD SENATORS......
hitter Hank Edwards to start
the ninth inning. Konstantv
tossed out Don Thompson on a
sacrifice bunt that put pinch
' runner Eddie Mlksls on second.
Then Konstantv threw out Carl
i Furillo and needed onlv one
, more man to insure victory.
But on the first pitch to
Duke Snider the latter
banged a triple deep against
the rlghtfield screen to score
Miksis and Jackie Robinson
followed with a single to
score Snider with the win-
ning run.
Sam Jethroe also climaxed a
ninth inning rally with a three-
run homer that gave the Braves
an 8-5 triumph over the Giants
at Boston.
The Giants had tied it up at
| five-all In the top of the ninth,
after Walker Cooper had homer-
I ed forJSoston in the eighth.
No other National League
games were scheduled.
"indecisive campaign with cons-
tant vitiation of our forces.
"There are those who, for cer-
tain reasons, would appease Red
Chinese. There are learned n
| their history lessons. The only re-
i suit which could come of au-
| peasement is a bloodier war.
"Why, my men asked me,
must we give our enemies al- >
vantages on the battlefields? '
And I could not answer them."
This brought great applause, as
MacArthur stopped for a mo-
ment. Then, he continued: The
Soviets will not necessarily coor-
dinate their actions with ur
movements."
Any enemy, he added, would
attaok automatically when he rt-
lieved that the situation was fa-
vorable.


THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1961
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PAGE SEVEN
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RECEPTION AT PRESIDENCIA THIS EVENING
TO HONOR GENERAL AND MRS. KIEL
The President of Panama. Dr. Arnulf Aria*, and Mr.
Ariaa are civini reoeptlon at tht PrsJtMericla this en>nc
iVom /toSTnonor^the Combing General CuMn
Air Cetnmand. Brigadier General 11 C. Kid, and Mrs. Wei.
President and Mrs. Arias
Honored at Cocktail-Supper
Mr. and Mrs. Cipriano Pas Ro-
driguez Rave a cocktail supper
last evening; at the Panama Golf
Club in honor of the President of
Panama and Mrs. Arnullo Arias.
On the occasion of the visit to
Panama o the delegates to the
Esso Conference.
Bishop and Mrs. Gooden
Entertain lor Visitors
The Right Rev. Reginald Heber
Gooden, Episcopal Bishop of the
Panama Canal Zone, and Mrs.
Goodn entertained at luncheon
yesterday at Hotel Tlvoll. honor-
ing the British Minister t Costa
Rica and Mrs. Bernard P. Sulli-
van.
Minister and Mrs. Sullivan aro
pending three days here this
week en route from Costa Rica to
England and are the guest o
the British Minister to Panama,
Eric Arthur Cleugh, at the Lega-
tion In Panama.
General and Mrs. Morris
Returning Soon
The commander-ln-rhlef, Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. Genev.il
William H. H. Morris. Jr., and
Mrs Morris are expected to re-
turn to the Isthmus Monday tfh
the Si" Cristobal from a short trip
to New York and Washington.
D.r
redes, left yesterday on a ihoit
trip to New York.
Mrs. Buekley Honored
at Dinner Party
Mrs. Floyd Buckley was the
guest In Whose honor Mr. and
Mrs. Roger C. Hackett enterta.n-
ed at dinner last evening at the
Hotel Tivoli. After dinner the
party attended the Junior Col-
lege play at the Diablo Heigh us
Theater.
Mrs. Buckley goes to Crlstob tl
today and will sail Friday on the
SS Panama to Join her husband
in Washington. D.C. Mr. Buck-
ley, after several years on the
teaching staff of the Canal Zone
junior College, has resigned to
accept a position with the Ni-
tional Bureau of Standards in
Washington.
Tito Icaza. Mr. and Mrs, Max
Schoch, Mr. and Mrs. John
Sehocta, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
Claln, Miss Lois Morgan, William
Altman and Herman Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronan
Sailing on SS Panama
Sailing tomorrow on the SS
Panama are Mr. and Mrs. Leo A.
Ronan of Diablo Heights. Thry
will attend the graduation of
their niece, Miss Joan Bergeron,
from the Northeast Baptist Hou-
pltal Nursing School on May 4.
After that they will visit in Fall
River. Massachusetts and at Al-
ton Bay, New Hampshire. They,
expert to be gone about four
months.
Archdeacon Townsend
Leaving on Vacation Trip
The Rev. J. H. Townsend,
Archdeacon of the Episcopal
Church, will sail Friday on the
SS Panama to spend a short va-
cation with his family at Deep
River Connecticut.
Reception Tonight
at Albrook Field
Dr. Joseph Broullette. Director
of the Bxteneion Division, Loui-
siana State University and Ero-
iessot George Mathes of the Uni-
versity, will be the guests of hon-
or at a small reception to be giv-
en this evening in the Driftwood
Lounge of the Albrook Officers
Club by the commander-in-chlef
Caribbean Command and Mr;.
William H. H. Morris, Jr. In the
absence of General and Mr.
Morris. Major and Mrs. William
D. Ceely will act as host and hos-
tess
Attaches Leave Panama
The Naval Attache of the Brit-
ish Embassy in Washington and
the Legation in Panama, Captain
J. R, B. Longden. R.N.. left yes-
terday for Washington.
Captain J. Lee Barber, R.N.,
Naval Attache of the British Em-
bassies in Chile, Peru. Colombia
and Ecuador, left by 'airplane
Monday for Bogota.
Both had been guests of the
British Minister, Eric Arthur
Cleugh. at the Legation in Pana-
ma during their brief visits her?.
Leave for New York
Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo Arlas Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Prager
Leave Tomorrow
After a visit of two weeks with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 3v-
roma F. prager in Balboa, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Prager are leav-
ing by airplane tomorrow morn-
ing for their home In Berkeley,
California.
This evening their relatives
and a few close friends are giving
a farewell picnic for them at the
Summit Gardens.
Kelleher-Turrk Wedding
April 2G
Mr and Mrs. Chester C. Turck
of Balboa have Issued Invitations
for the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Ruth, to Maurice S. Kelleher.
The wedding is to be solemni/Jd
at St. Mary's Church in Balboa
Thursday evening, April the
twenty-sixth, at six thirty o'clock
and will be followed by a recep-
tion in the Ball Room of the Ho-
tel Tivoli.
Mr. and Mrs. Little
Celebrate Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman
little celebrated the second an-
niversary of their wedding with
a buffet dinner given Tuesday
evening at their residence at
Madden Dam.
Their guests were her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schrlf tglesser,
Mr. and Mrs: Francis W. Feeney,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ely. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Altman, Mr. and
Mrs. Geoffrey Lomas, Col. and
Mrs. Les Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
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Russia Self Sufficient
Mineral Expert Says
Music Group Meeting
Monday Evening
The Music Group of the Canal
Zone College Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of
the chairman, Mrs. Elizabeth
Carrington, Apartment 4. No. 11,
Fourth of July Avenue, Panama
City.
The program, based on the
symphonies of Brahms, will be
presented by Miss Josephine
Withers. A full attendance of the
group is desired and other mem-
bers Of the College Club interest-
ed are cordially invited to hear
this program.
Tennis Court Danre
Friday at Diablo
A tennis court dance sponsored
by the Diablo Gymnasium will be
held Friday from 8 to 11 p.m. ti
Diablo Heights, with music for
dancing by Btoudner's Orchestra.
The public Is invited. Tickets are
50 cents. During the evening
there will be special entertain-
ment contests and prizes. The
proceeds of the dance will be
used to buy trophies for the sum-
mer recreation program.
See Bees Dinner
Postponed
The Seebees dinner, scheduled
for Friday night, has been pose-
poned to Friday. April 27. It will
be held at the CPO Club at Fort
Amador at 6 p.m. All membra
are urged to be present. For fur-
ther Information they are asked
to telephone to Mr. Swofford at
Balboa 2405 or to Mr. Walker at
Fort Kobbe 2225.
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A prominent geologist says
Russia haa all the mineral re-
sources needed for an Industrial
economy within her own borders
or within easy access.
Thomas 8. Lovertng, economic
geologist for the U.S. Geological
Survey, made the statement at
North- western University's cen-
tennial year conference on cot-
onee, technology and world re-
sources.
He listed this Inventory of So-
viet resources:
CoalPlentiful. Coal produc-
tion has been doubling every
five years. If this rate Is main-
tained, Russia should eanai
United States output by I860.
Iron and 8teel The Industry
has been expanding during the
last several years at a rate of 2,-
000,000 to 3,000.000 tons per year.
Russia now produces more than
20.000,000 tons of pig iron yearly
and Is second only to the Ur.tu'd
Stales, whose current output is
more than 50,000,000 tons annu-
ally.
CopperSupplies are adequate
for Russia's present economy but
will have to be supplemented by
new discoveries or substantial
imports during the next 10 yean
If her industrial expansion conti-
nues.
Aluminum ore Not good. Al-
though Russia's output of alumi-
num has expanded greatly, she
has been forced to use relatively
poor ores.
Lovering said Russia Is well
supplied with some metals in
which the United States is defi-
cient, such as nickel, platinum,
chromium and manganese. She
has little tungsten and tin. ho
said, but both metals aie availa-
ble from China In quantity.
Russia's petroleum supplies are
adequate, he said, and her re-
serves substantial.
Engineers outside the Tron
Curtain know very little about
Russia's deposits of uranium,
used in making atom bombs, Lo-
vering said.
No extensive deposits ever have
been reported and Russia proba-
bly gets much of her pitchblende
from Czechoslovakia's Joachim-
stahl district, which first supplied
the Curies with ore from which
radium was isolated, he reponed.
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THURSDAY, APRIL It, 1*51
i
6-Oscar Film All About Eve'
Starts At Bella Vista Today
The show that won six AcaoV-
mj Awards, Darryl F. Zanucks
"AM-About Eve." bows into the
Bella Vista at 9 tonight for a five-
day run.
Oscars bestowed on the "main-
Stem comedy Included those for
the best picture of the year, the
best director and screenplay,
(which went to Joseph L. Man-
klewicz.) and the Irving Thalberg
Memorial Award to the producer.
The film Is a Twentieth Century-
Fox creation.
The lights of Broadway have
never burned more powerfully
than they do in Darryl F. Zan-
uck's "All About Eve." the enter-
tainment of sheer enchantment.
In every respect "All About Eve"
is what theatergoers clamor fo>\
the different picture, and it is es
impressive ?. sample of movie ma-
gic as you are likely to see in
years of fllmgolng.
"All About Eve" begins as it
ends, with the seasonal theater
banquet honoring Anne Baxter
as best actress of the year. Be-
tween the presentation by Waiter
Hampden as the dean of actors
and Miss Baxter's gracious
thank-you speech is unfolded an
incisive behind-the-scenes story
that calls into play all those ins-
trumental in Miss Baxter's suc-
cess
Among them are Bette Dawls as
the reigning Broadway star wfci
first takes the fledgling actress
under wing; George Sanders,
drama critic and career manipu-
lator; Celeste Holm, the fashion-
able and schooled wife of noted
playwright Hugh Marlowe; Gary
Merrill, a celebrated director; and
Gregory Ratoff, veteran produc-
er. Their stories taken together
te'l us "All About Eve" and me
the ingredients of a sharp, fascin-
ating screenplay, crowned with a
final Irony which is simply spell-
binding.
Though "All About Eve" *s es-
sentially a comedy, studded with
the most literate, penetrating
and outright hilarious dialogue
of any film in recent memory, it
is equipped with an underlying
bitterness about the frequent
pries of success that lifts it Into
the first class of dramatic works.
Its combination of satire and
wit. sincerity and warmth repre-
sents the fine writing and direct-
ing talents of Joseph L. Manklc-
wlcz, who wrote and guided "AH
About Eve" in much the same
mood and manner that marked
his prize-winning probing of the
ways of women in "A Letter to
Three Wives" last year. Mank!e-
v/icz is again the superb master
of mesie technique in "All About
Eve," looking deep Into every
closed door and open heart on
Broadway.
For its luminous cast, "AJ A-
bout Eve." displaying everywhere
the stamp of a hand-tooled Zan-
uck production, is an actor's holi-
day, and each player outdu'.s
himself. Bette Davis has not hud
a part of the depth and richness
of her role in this film in years,
and in it she is again the unques-
tioned first lady of Hollywood,
the prize actress of the year.
Anne Baxter fulfills every pro-
mise she has ever held as a com-
ing star of rank with her Intui-
tive, sensitive, many-edged char-
acterization of the fickle Eve.
No nuance of a sparkling script
gets past her. In the role of
haughty and egoistic Addison De
Witt, who alone can call the final
turn on Eve, George Sanders 13 as
unfailing at erudite gems of
speech as he Is expert in maneu-
vering a last great scene of reve-
lation in the film. In the least
glamorous and showy of the
women's roles, Celeste Holm
plays with a contrasting, quiet
style that makes her perform-
ance perfect.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ER8KINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
CAirC Announces
Civilian Vacancies
The Caribbean Air Commard
at Albrook Air Force Base an-
nounces the following position
vacancies for civilians seeking
employment with the United
States Air Force: Architectural
Engineer (GS-9); Auditor (GS-
1); Tabulating Project Planner
(Gjt-7); Engineering Draftsman,
General (GS-5); Construction
Inspector, Temporary (OS-Si;
Clerk, Real Property, Male (G-
51: Oral Hygenlest (GS-4); Clerk
Stenographer (GS-3); Carpen-
ter Foreman (WB-17) and Air
Condltlonin gand Refrigeration
Mechanic (WB-15).
Civilian applicants are request-
ed to submit Standard Form 57
to"\Jie Civilian Personnel Office.
Albrook Air Force Base. Form 5Ts
and additional Information may
be obtained at the Civilian Per-
sonnel Office.
VFW 3857 To
Install Officers
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the United States, Colonel
William D. Davis Post 385? will
Install the Post Officers for the
1951 term, at an open meeting ro
be held tomorrow at the Post
Home which Is located on Balboa
Avenue between 11th and 13th
Streets in Cristobal, C.Z.
E. J. Eglington Department
Commander of the Veterans Of
Foreign Wars will be the guest
speaker and Installing officer, vi-
so of Interest to Isthmian veter-
ans Is that the travelling gavel
will be at this Post for this meet-
ing.
The following named men
were elected Post Officers for the
1951 term. Post Commander John
Pyrczak. Senior Vice Commander
Homer B. Cooper, Junior Vice
Commander Clifford Copeland,
Quartermaster John Kmoe
Brown, Chaplain Joseph B. Jaf-
kowlcz. Surgeon Mlguellto Pica-
do, Advocate George Brown,
Three year trustee C. E. Hay-
wood.
All members and prospective
memhers are cordially invited ro
attend this meeting. Refresh-
ments will be served at the close
of the meeting.
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You won't catch me trusting
marquee titles again.
I'll be careful to refer to it as
"Delilah and Samson" when I
run Into Hedy Lamarr. "All A-
bout Margo Channlng" when
next I meet Bette Davis and I'll
even ask Olivia de Havilland
what she though about the
critics who reviewed "Juliet and
Romeo."
And if I ever Interview the lion
who wins the role, I'll talk about
George Bernard Shaw's "The
Lion and Androcles."
What goes up in movie-house
lights, I have to report, doesn't
always match up with what gets
spelled out in the mind of a
movie queen or a profile king.
Howard Duff wised me up.
I hadn't heard that it was
called "Sam Bass and Calamity
Jane" until Howard said it that
way.
On the marquees it was "Ca-
lamity Jane and Sam Bass" and
Yvonne de Carlo was Howard's
co-star.
Howard shrugged:
"Look. I call it 'Sam Bass and
Calamity Jane.' Let Yvonne de
Carlo take care of herself."
(Yvonne probably will, son.)
Maybe Howard was kidding,
after all.
He'd just been pulled out of a
whinny-and-snort opus tagged
"The Cave" because his broken
leg hadn't knitted well enough
for horseback' riding.
He rubbed his chin thought-
fully and said that he could take
or leave westerns, anyhow.
But give him a choice between
an ordinary sagebrush thriller
and a so-so drawing room pic-
ture, and he'd leap into the
saddle faster than Lash LaRue.
"Who can lose in a western?"
Howard asked. "It's all in gorge-
ous color and who expects It to
be anything?"
The only sunset he'd ever
headed into was Sunset Boule-
vardin a low-slnnr convertible
when UI tossed him his first
buckskin starring chore in "Red
Canyon."
"I thought a wrangler was a
foot-stamping, door-slamming
leading: lady and I was scared to
death of a horse. I went out a
month before the picture lust to
learn how to get on and off a
horse. Even so. I was terrible in
the picture. The double had to
do everything."
For vears. Duff was radio's
"Sum Spade."
People still refer to him as
"Sam" or "Spade" or "Shovel."
And they even write to him
about cousin Julius who mysteri-
ously disappeared from home a
month ago and want to know
what his fee would be to track
down the low-life who poisoned
a flock of prize white leghorns.
Wailed Howard:
"People really think I'm a pri-
vate eye. I don't get fan mail. I
get detective problems. These
are mature people, too. Some-
thing's wrong somewhere. I don't
know."
He admitted that he had his
tongue in his cheek on the air-
show when he dictated those
private reports to Effie, his
secretary.
"Sometimes I think we had too
much fun on the show. Sam was
a dull guy when It began and 1
was trying hard to be a Hum-
phrey Bogart. We lightened it,
put In more humor. Yeah, I
guess we had fun, all right."
Did he remember the time,
when he was dating Ava Gard-
ner, that he referred to a saw-
bones on the show as Dr. A. V. A.
Gardner?
He hadn't thought of it for
years, but he remembered:
"There was another time," he
said. "We had an actress on the
show who played a horrible,
boozy landlady. I said, 'Thank
you and good night Ava Gard-
ner.' Ava was watching the show
from the sponsors' booth. She
almost killed me."
Howard's right up there with
Alan Ladd, Farley Granger and
Tony Curtis as a leave-'em-llmp
boy with movie fan magazine
editors.
His press agent, he sighed. Is
always In conference with
writers on new ideas for Howard
Duff stories.
Once a fan mag scribbler drew
a zero in interviewing him and
complained to the press agent.
"He told her that I was a
hard man to know." Howard re-
lated. "The writer let out a
whoop. 'That's it.' she said,
'that's my angle. I'll call my
story. The Howard Duff Nobody
Knows.'"
And that's what she called it.

David Niven dons a pith hel-
met, short pants and packs an
elephant gun for a jungle dream
sequence in "The Lady Says No."
The safari group includes six
beautiful show girls In sarongs.
Says David: 'King Solomon's
Mines' had seven-foot natives.
We've got five-foot, eight-inch
show girls.''
Tourists Who Visit Mexico ^
Want To Drive to Panama
AUSTIN, Tex., April 19, (UP)
Most motorists who cross the Rio
Grande border between the Uni-
ted States and Panama would
like to travel all the way to the
Panama Canal or farther along
the Pan American Highway re-
cent a survey reveals. The report
took note of the gap that exists
between Costa Rica and Panama
and from Panama Into Colombia.
The survey made by the Amer-
ican Automobile Association and
released through Its Austin office
showed that tourists are pleased
by low prices, Improved roads and
above all courteous treatment.
These factors were given as cause
for the increasing popularity cf
Mexico as a tourist mecca.
The AAA's international travel
department said a questionnaire
sent to travelers south of the bor-
der showed these results:
About 98 per cent of those re-
plying would recommend a holi-
day visit to Mexico.
About 87 per cent said f,hey
planned another trip below the
border.
Courtesy ranked high as one
of the things tourists liked, and
95 per cent of the visitors ap-
proved of accommodations, food
and service.
Of the five per cent who took
exception to facilities, most sin-
gled out food as "only fair."
The devalued peso and low
prices were particularly Inviting
in these days of rising prices in
the States. Until two years ago,
the peso was worth 4.70 to.ihe
American dollar. Today It's 8.65.
Costs during the two years have
Increased only 20 per cent, so the
purchasing value of the dollar Is
up almost 70 per cent, AAA said.
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"IN A LONELY PLACE"
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Randolph SCOTT Ruth ROMAN
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Betty GRABLE a> Dan DAILEY
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor News
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Broadway Light: Tn revival of 'Night Musk" by
Clifford Odett wan dunked in lukewarm notice. Most critic
freed the play Isn't bi fine M some of it episode. Reviewer
VVm. Hawkins' minority decision: "It is most diverting ...
"Second Threshold' Is another show closing on the ZZnd after
a moderate ran, despite sugary reviews. The public Is the
tout-best of the critics .. The season's cash-in-the-bank as-
pect indicates healthy box-offices for musicals and come-
dies Not one serious drama has attracted consistent capacity
trade this season .. Variety's agent at Pbllly teletyped that
"Angels Kiss Me" Is a lightweight drama, not sturdy enough
to challenge the Broadway champs... At New Haven the
same showfolk oible's observer found "Flahooley' had enough
j ood In it to be a hit but lulls to an "exceptionally beautiful
flop." The iritic notped It would be doctor'd In time... "Court-
in' Time" (starring Lloyd Nolan) pleased Boston audiences,
who seemed to forget Its turtle-paced first-actby the time
the last asbestos dropped.
Between the AeU. Some Democrats were discussing '52, pro-
and-connlng Sorry Truman. Said the first: 'He's proved a good
President"... Said another: "The only thing he's proved Is that
FDR was a great one"... The elevation of Oen. Ridgway to Mac-
Arthur's command was the next topic... "Imagine Ridgway get-
ting the job," one chap said. "I thawt sure they'd give it to some
pardoned Nazi!"
The Cinemaglciant: Hilarity Is rampant In a daffy dlUy
named "The Mating Season." Thelma Rltter's wonderfoollng
make her one of Movietown's prise chattel .. "The Man
from Planet X" has inhabitants from another globe invading
the earth. A fate almost worse than this sero... "Father's
Little Dividend" shows a nice profit In chuckles. Spencer
Tracy 1 grand as the grandpaw... "The Great Missouri Raid"
offer a plot that dies fighting sinful people... Abbot and
Costello's "Meet the Invisible Man" Is another sany workout
for the comics who pitch and catch screwballs... Lovely Ruth
Roman In "Lightning Strikes Twice" toils hard to make an
honest story out of hokum... "Only the Valiant* draws a
bead on Redskins. Gregory Peck is top sharpshooter... "Silver
City Bonanza" Is a thorn off the old cactus.
Love Letter Section: "United States Senate. April 7, 1951:
Dar Mr. Winchell: I wanted to let you know how mMi
appreciate the thoughtful comments you have made about
our crime Investigations. I particularly like the one ol .viariu
27th in which you pointed out so forcefully that It Is the
average citizen that places the bookie bet, who has to share
a big part of the blame. Sincerely, Estes Kefauver, Wash-
ington, D. C."
In the Wings: The report that Summer Stock temples In the
East were killing off each other Is challenged by many showmen,
Who report otherwise. There will be at least 1,000 of them...
"Ouys and Dolls" remains No. 1 musical smash at the box-office,
the brokers report... Judv Garland was welcomed in London like
a gift from Fort Knox, the greatest ovation in Palladium his-
tory. A neat rebuke to some talentless British bores who used
their velvethammers on this fine entertainer... Rodgers It Ham-
mersteln, who make more money than ham-and-egga, thanked
the first-nighters at their "King and I" premiere (via a letter
to the Times) because not a single cough was heard that night...
A big hit In Britain is Beth Dean, wowing them at ballet con-
certs. Beth's luck was ungood here. Couldn't even land a chorine
Job... How times change: Twenty years ago Josephine Baker's
appearance brought riots and threats of censorship. Now she is
advertised on concert pages... N. Y. bans girlesk shows. But
Gypsy Rose Lee peels on the Capitol Theatre stage... Carol Chan-
nlng of "G. Prefer B." missed only 24 perfs. not 100 as Plnaa'd...
Frank Slnastra's deal at the Paramount, B'way. pays him 50Gs.
This must be a terrific blow to his best false friends who said
he was through. Martin i Lewis get 50Gs. there too. But they
have to pay for the stage show, poor fellows.
The Aristocrats: Don't miss Ella Fitzgerald's album of
Gershwin hits... Radio topped teevy coverage on the Mac-
Arthur flash. Correspondents all over the world providing
first-hand info... John Crosby, the radiogre for the Herald
Trlb and other papers (his pet dish is roasted comics), joined
the "Big Snow" and made a funnv or two. I'm such a push-
over audience, that Is... Those wheezes about the Army on
comedy programs indicate Joe Miller's been drafted... Crit-
ic J. Gould scolded teevy for picking up radio'-, Id bad hab-
its and intoned: "Give television a little time and it will fin-
ish up where radio started"... The free plugs racket (on
teevy) s now big enough to become a network headache. One
comic even free-ads his dry cleaner... Johnny Parker's Cap-
itol platter, "Jackie My Darling," is an ear-caresser... The
fastest card-magician of them all, Jimmy Grippo, belongs on
some bigtime variety show. A spellbinder.
The Road Back
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Pleaee try to keep the letter! limited to ana page length
Identity of latter writers Is hold In strictest cenfidanca.
This newspaper assamas na responsibility for statements or opinions
exploited in letteri from resdars.
PLAT BALL!
Balboa Heights, C.Z.
Dear Sports Editor:
(Thru Mail Box)
Your publication has run items
on the sports page announcing
the Pacific Softball League's
Dance and Party to be held at the
El Rancho Gardens on Friday
evening. April 27. for whtch '.lie
committee on arrangements Is
most grateful. The idea of spon-
soring this affair was prompted
by the financial difficulties ex-
perienced by most teams at -he
beginning of each season. It is
true that a number of teams have
commercial sponsors and un-
doubtedly they are the financial
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salvation of the league but the
administration and equipment
furnished by the league Itseif
must be Daid for with cold cash!
Now a number of well-meaning;
persons have objected to buying
tickets at one dollar a throw, say-
ing that they can go to the
"Ranch" any night during the
week gratis. This objection, wt
must admit, Is well taken. The
committee, however, feels that
our supporters will be more than
satisfied when they consider that
they will be offered a chance to
win a universal, de-luxe model
Electrolux vacuum cleaner; a
program of entertainment; a de-
lightful environment: dancing to
some of the best music In tow.v,
and at the same time, helping I o
finance the Individual and team
awards.
But more than the considera-
tion of the material Items made
possible by their purchase of a
ticket, they will be helping to fur-
ther a part, small but important,
of the American Way by support-
ing the ame of softball.
Play ball! And let's hope that
we can at least match the sup-
port already offered by the gen-
erous businessmen and mer-
chants of Panama.
For the committee:
Tom Foley, memcer
Swedish intelligence officers,
among whom are tat ** ex-
citable and most scientific un-
dercover operatives in the world,
last summer reported to their
superiors that a world-vital
message had crossed the desk
of Moscow's ghoulish political
police chief, L. P. Berla.
For several months this mild
looking little man studied the
message, not as the Soviet's se-
cret police chief, but in his ca-
pacity as a sort of Red General
Groves. For Berta la "using hi
MVD slave labor brigades to
build and develop Russia's ato-
mic installations.
Then he summoned the Com-
missars who had the power to
give his nuclear project priority
over regular armaments produc-
tion. He told them that now
they were ready to call to Russia
one of their most subtle agents,
Prof. Bruno Pontecorvo, for de-
velopment of a massive three
point program. Beria, in effect,
said:
Pro]. Pontecorvo has been
working in England on cosmic
rays and the H-bomb. He Is
ready to slip Into Russia to
develop: 1) a new method for
taster and cheaper production
ol atom bombs; 2) a rocket
capable of accurate guidance
between distant continents;
and 3) organization of an air-
defense system based on cos-
mic rays which would destroy
America's ability to deliver
atomic or hydrogen bombs.
Further Prof. Prontecorvo has
named Oct. 1952 as th date
when such a defense system
could be perfected*
Soviet Secret police, immedi-
ately arranged to slip Ponte-
corvo from an Italian vacation
spot Into Moscow.
Pontecorvo, an Intimate oi
.the Imprisoned British Klaus
'Fuch8 and Allan Nunn May.
| had been working In England
on cosmic rays and H-bomb re-
search. After sending his mes-
sage to Berla saying he could
get no more information out of
England, he vacationed In Italy,
sped to Stockholm, then to Hel-
sinki and from there, by closed
car (peeled off the Soviet Em-
bassy motor pool), to Porkkala
and on to Lenlngrand.
Today he's working in the So-
viet's cosmic ray research insti-
tute and the British climax
It all by saying tersely that
Prof. Bruno Pontecorvo. Itai-
lan-born British atomic expert,
no doubt is In Russia." Some-
body must have told them.
Now all this Is to prove that
we Uve by more than bread
alone we live by cloak and
dagger and atomic trigger these
days, and there may be a dead-
line on the number of such days.
If Prof. Pontecorvo says he
needs 18 months more to perfect
the Soviet's cosmic weapons,
then we have the definitive ex-
planation for what's about to be
attempted by the American
Communist Party In the great
coal, Iron, steel, tank, gun tool,
and weapon arsenal ranging
through the Michigan Ohlo-
Pennsylvanla-Illlnols sectors.
And it behoovers every union
leader and industrialist im-
mediately to watch the Com-
munists react to the newest
Moscow directive the com-
mand to gain time for Rus-
sia, even if it means actually
supporting anti Communist
movements to win sympathy
for a peace pact with the So-
viet right now.
The Communist Party's Nation-
al Committee met here last week
and devised strategy for such an
attempt to talk America Into
appeasing Russia Into ending
the current shooting war.
It was ex-convlct Eugene
Dennis, the Party's general sec-
retary, who laid the line down.
"The entire Communist Party
must be revamped Into a mobile
force to woo anti-Communist
workers who are Catholics, So-
cialists and the masses who fol-
low the Herbert) Hoovers and
Sen.) Tafts," he said.
Dennis added that the new
drive must not be one to sell
Communism In fact, the at-
titude on Communism of those
being wooed into appeasing
Russia must be Ignored.
Antl Communist views by
these working people must not
be fought or refuted In this
drive by the Party's new Peace
Committee (or Commission)
headed by a Fred Fine.
Instead, Communist Party
activists must be sent into all
right wing unions, church
groups (especially the Ca-
tholic Church), pacifist orga-
nizations and even the in-
fluential mid-west isolation-
ist groups fo try and work
with the leaders of all these
forces, even against Com-
munism, so that the Commun-
ist Party's camouflaged agents
can gain the confidence of the
anti-Communist leaders and
attempt to sell them, from the
inside, an appeasement "peace
policy."
The point is Prof. Pontecorvo's
demand for time which for-
eign experts put at 18 months.
(Copyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate, net
Who's Chiselling?
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA)It's a wise man who
knows when to quit. This Is as true of politi-
cians as it Is of prize fighters. And that, per-
haps, Is why two smart Democratic senators
J. William Fulbrlght of Arkansas and Estes Ke-
fauver of Tennessee want to step out of the
ring, to quit their current fights as champions.
They have delivered some Jarring punches to
racketeers and chlselers In their investigations
of Reconstruction Finance Corporation and or-
ganized crime. There is a great public clamor
for them to continue indefinitely. But knowing
the fickleness: of public interest, Fulbrlght and
Kefauver would like to step aside.
They have proved what they started out to
prove that there was monkey-business in
high places. Let the proper local authorities
clean up their own situations, as FBI Director
J. Edgar Hoover recommends.
Citing 80 racketeers for contempt of Congress
in refusing to answer Kefauver questions ln't
going to clean up U. S. crime. Convicting a few
Fulbrlght committee witnesses of perjury or In-
come tax evasion won't end political Influence
peddling. Today's Indifference to the outcome
of Sen. Clyde R. Hoey's "Five Percenter" inves-
tigation of two summers ago is evidence and
proof of that.
The gulltv may lie low for a few weeks or
mnoths. But the odds are that they'll be in
business at the same old stands as soon as the
shouting dies and public Interest turns to some
new craze.
Attendance at the race tracks and gambling
spas this summer will probably be greater than
ever. Bookmaklne; business will flourish. Patrons
of the numbers racket will be Just as numerous.
Politicians will continue to be politicians. Those
may be cynical conclusions, but they're drawn
from human nature and human behavior.
So the bigger auestlon raised Is how to make
people stop gambling and grafting? The public
mind Is now in the curious position of thinking
that It's wrong to take a bribe, but all right to
offer one, If vou can get awav with It.
Senator Fulbrlght's proposal for a new and
larger Investigation of "ethical standards of con-
duct In public affairs" offers an approach to
this problem. It Is not Just a reform in govern-
ment that's called for though that would be
desirable as a first step. It's a moral reform of
the whole people that's needed, For it Is an old
saying that. "The people usually get the kind of
government thev deserve."
When it becomes smart Instead of Just Illegal
cine WSHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
1 P HIW PEARSON
to evade Income taxes, buy on the black market,
chisel on government antl-lnflatlon regulations,
lobby for special Interest legislation, profiteer on
sales of government surpluses, fix parking tick-
ets, break speed laws and beat every federal,
state and local rap then there is something
basically wrong with the whole system of socie-
ty.
What's the difference between a White House
aide who accept a deep-freeze from a fixer who
has something to gain by it and a senator who
sends out personal publicity telegrams at tax-
payers expense?
What's the difference between an RFC exam-
iner who accepts free hotel accommodations and
a senator who does the same thing?
What's the difference between a basketball
playe.' who accepts a bribe to throw games and
an alumnus who subsidizes an athlete mak-
ing him a professional In amateur sports?
What' the difference between a racketeer
who take advantage of loopholes In the tax
laws and an oil producer or the builder of a de-
fense plant who asks for accelerated deprecia-
tion allowances, to take advantage of other
loopholes in the same laws?
What's the difference between the patron of
a policy game racket who Is Illegally In this
country and ought to be deported, and the em-
Dloyer of "wetback" labor smuggled across the
Mexican border In violation of the Immigration
laws?
What's the difference between, say, dealers In
gray market steel, defense profiteers, labor un-
ion leaders who walk out on government defense
efforts In protest over wage ceilings, and the
congressional bloc which threatens to make It
Impossible for Price Stabilizer Mike DI Salle.'to
put a 45-cent celling Drice on cotton?
As Senator Fulbrlght has said, his Investiga-
tion may not have uncovered many outright
violations of the law. What It has uncovered
are many cases of presumably respectable peo-
ple "hiring knavish lawyers to circumvent the
law and enrich themselves at government ex-
pense."
The big test now Is whether the White House
and the Congress have the guts to correct the
abuses that have been disclosed. Will the Presi-
dent have the decency to fire the members of
his staff who have been Indulging In taking
questionable favors? And will the Congress have
the honestv to close all the legal loopholes
which sanction such goings on? Not Just some
of tnem, but all of them.
Rear Echelons
By Bruce Biossat
During World War II, several military writers
roundly criticized the organization of the Amer-
ican Arrav on the ground that it was top-heavy
with administrative, supply service and other
rear echelon units.
Armv top brass did not muter much argu-
ment In rebuttal. On the contrary, they lent
weight to the criticisms by Indulging In some
trimming of rear echelon personnel In the Eu-
ropean theater. But basically the problem was
never really licked.
When demobilization came, the non-combat-
ant elements of the army were reduced in size
more slowly than fighting forces. By the time
war broke out in Korea, the . S. Army was
largely an administrative and housekeeping
force. ^>-
Thus there can be no surprise In the fact that
the relatively small additions to combat per-
sonnel since that tlmj have not vastly altered
the ratio between fighting men and non-com-
batants. Naturally, as more and more men are
brought Into combat units, the margin between
the two will be narrowed somewhat.
But what Is startling to realize U how many
men who are actuallv part of combat forces ac-
tually do no fightlne except In emergencies.
But -vhat is startling to realise is how many
men who are actuallv part of combat forces ac-
tuallv do no fighting except In emergencies.
In an American rifle company of about 180
men, 37 men are concerned with cooking, com-
munications, truck-driving or record-keeping. A
Russian rifle company of roughly the same size
has only two men who do not spend their time
shooting at the enemy.
In a U. s. heavy weapons company. 5fl men
do no fighting. In a Soviet heavy weapons unit,
Just nine are not busv shooting.
Cast on a broader basis and expressed in
terms of relative fire-power, the story Is this: A
Soviet battalion of 555 men han total flre-oower
of 1370 pounds a minute. A U. S. battalion of
837 men has fire-power of onlv 12000 pounds
minute. A Pusslan division has 5000 men de-
livering 6 15 tons of fire-power a minute, one
o ours has 7600 mn delivering 5.4 ton a min-
ute.
So our army uses 50 per cent more men than
the Soviet army in the battle line Itself
and yet delivers 13 pe- cent less fire-power. This
is a real eye-opener to those of us who have
been coasting along with the happy thought
that while we could never match Soviet man-
power we'd outstrip the Russians In fire-power.
We might Indeed, but apparently not the way
the army is organized today.
If line-of-battle and rear areas (counting here
only the Immediate rear of combat zones) are
taken together, a Russian Infantry division of
10.800 men Is almost a standoff for a U. S. divi-
sion of 18.900 men.
Quite plainly the Russians, who have an
abundance of manpower, get much more out of
their Investment In men and equipment than
we do.
If on top of this combat-line disparity ts
placed our top-heavy supply and administrative
personnel, the picture is even more striking. As
of now. the U. S. must call up between 6,000.000
and 7,000,000 men to get 100 divisions Into the
field. The Russians can put In 100 divisions
with Just 2,200,000 men.
Now, of course, we cannot hope to match the
Russian showing. Our standards of feeding and
care for our soldiers are far higher than the
Russians', and that takes men. Red Army sol-
diers are trained almost from birth as beasts
of burden. We relv heavily and sensibly
on motor transport. Again, the lob takes men.
Moreover, our geographic position as an island
continent means we must operate long trans-
oceanic supply lines to keeD an army in the
field in Europe or Asia. Obviously such lines
cannot be maintained with the same limited
personnel the Russians would use In supporting
a force fighting on land lines relatively close to
home.
Sut none of those fact la full lusUflcatlon
for the huge differences shown. If we are to
et the best from our limited manpower, we
nave no Choice but to organize our army far
more efficiently than It appears to b set up
today.
Drew Pearson says: GQP Reaction to MacArthur incident
differs; Sen. Taft discouraged impeachment of Tru-'
man; Joe Martin issued ultimatum to Sam Rayburn.
WASHINGTON.Capitol Hill cloakrooms have been buzzing
as never before over tne MacArthur Incident. This Is true or.
Republicans perhaps more than Democrats. The Democrats are
g:um. the Republicans elatedthough not all of them.
Here are highlights from some of the most significant of
tbeta backstage conversations:
Eob Taft expressed concern to Senator Wherry of Nebraska
that the GOP may get stuck with MacArthur as Its 1952 Presi-
dential candidate. Of course, this would eliminate him. though
Taft didn't mention this to Wherry. Taft has been noticeably
irritable, has snapped at Senate functionaries and fellow Senat-
ors. He got In a private wrangle with Bob Kerr of Oklahoma over
Kerr's statement criticizing MacArthur.
GOP Senator Mlllikin of Colorado also expressed worry that
Elsenhower would oppose MacArthur, which would split the Re-
publicans down the middle. Bridges of New Hampshire replied
that Eisenhower was too smart to get into the middle, that Elsen-
hower also might differ with Truman and run the risk of being
fired.
Bridges has been bustling around GOP cloakrooms mor
than anyone else. He told one group joyfully: "This is the big-
gest windfall that has ever come to the Republican Party."
On one occasion, Virginia's Senator Robertson, a Democrat,
remarked to Bridges: "Welk you have a new candidate" for Pre-
sident."
"He's better than the present President," the New Hampshire
senator shot back.
"I guess there's a lot of life left la him even at 71," piped
up Lodge of Massachusetts.
Actually, Lodge, Duff of Pennsylvania and Ives of New York
have held some worried huddles about the MacArthur boom and
how it would affect their Elsenhower boom. During one of these
huddles, Ivas snorted: "How In the hell are we going to get any
unity around here!"
Smith of New Jersey, the former Princeton professor, has
been quite critical over the fact that MacArthur wasn't left in
Japan to keep the occupation Intact and complete the peace
treaty. But privately 8mlth seemed to approve of removing Mac-
Arthur from military command.
Senators Knowland and Nixon, both California Republicans,
are eager-beavers on the MacArthur bandwagon. Bi| Nixon had
an Interesting conversation with Duff of Pennsylvania Just be-
fore MacArthur was fired.
"What party does Eisenhower belong to?" Nixon asked.
Duff, one of the strongest boosters for Elsenhower, assured
him that Ike was a Republican.
"I hope so," declared Nixon. "He's the man for us."
Nixon, however, is now beating the bass drum on the MacAr-
thur bandwagon.
TAFT DISCOURAGED IMPEACHMENT .
During the first Republican meeting In ex-Speaker Joe Mar-
tin's office on the morning MacArthur was fired. Congressman
Charlie Hallcck of Indiana demanded that Republicans lmro*-"-
diately press for Truman's Impeachment.
It was Bob Taft, however, who demurred. Such a move, he
said, was asinine. It would be much smarter, he advised, to bring.'
MacArthur back to the United States and build up sentiment
for his case before the Republican Party went all-out for him.
The Impeachment idea was then dropped, though Joe Martin
told GOP colleagues to keep talking about It. "We've got to keep!
the fire burning," he said, half Joking.
MARTIN'S ULTIMATUM
It was Joe Martin who adroitly masterminded the drive toJ,
Invite MacArthur to a Joint session of Congress. At first Demo-
cratic leaders were decidedly lukewarm, argued It would seV'
a bad precedent for Congress to roll out the red carpet for a get^',>,
eral, especially one ousted for Insubordination. They also felt- It --
would be an affront to President Truman.
However, Martin handed a virtual ultimatum to his old :
Mend, Speaker Sam Rayburn He gave him until 2:30 Friday to -
agree to Invite MacArthur to a Joint session of Congress.
MacArthur has been away 14 years," Rayburn drawled sourly.
"What's all r rush?"
So Martin extended the deadline to four o'clock.
Martin didn't say so, but the reason he pushed Rayburn Was
because MacArthur's office In Tokyo had given him a veiled"
ultimatum that the general might not speak In Washington at
all unless conditions were to his choosing; also that he had to'
know In a hurry in order to plan his Itinerary. It was also mad
clear that MacArthur was not anxious to answer questions be-
fore the Senate Armed Services Committee.
After getting his ultimatum from Martin, Speaker Rayburn
called the White House, cautioned the President that MacArthur
might be made a martyr by snubbing him, so It was decided the
general would be given a chance to address Congress.
Rayburn then went back to Joe Martin, suggested they give
MacArthur the same treatment given Elsenhower namely,
a meeting of both Houses of Congress In the auditorium of the
library of Congress. .
Whereupon Martin Issued another ultimatum. He demanded
a full-dress meeting in the House chamber. Otherwise, he warn-
ed, the Republicans would rent the vast Wine Arenaban Ice
palace where the circus Is heldand announce to the world that
the Democrats would not permit MacArthur to address Congress.
Wearily, Rayburn gave In.
MACARTHUR HEARING
The Senate Armed Services Committee had agreed upon a sec-
ret list of witnesses for the MacArthur hearing before they re-
clved the general's first telegram declining to appear. The chosen
witnesses are: Secretary of Defense Marshall, General Bradley,
General Wedemeyer and Admiral Radford. .
The group was agreed upon after much debate In a series or
secret meetings. First, the Republican members gathered In the
office of Senator Bridges of New Hampshire and prepared an
ultimatum that MacArthur must be called.
Chairman Russell of Georgia internipted a brief vacation to
flv back to Washington, conferred with Bridges and gladly agreed
to call MacArthur. Later the full committee was called behind
closed doors at which time Russell Insisted thtt Marshall and
Bradley must also be called to tell the other side of the story.
Bridges then demanded that General Wedemeyer and Ad-
miral Radfonir-who tangled with the Air Force two years ago ,
should also testify, since they are expected to back up MacAr- ,
thur's Far Eastern policy. In the end. It was decided to call au
of them.
(Copyright. 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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WASHINGTON, Abril 1 (Urgeat*) (UP) El General Dan-
ras MacArthur, en un discurso prenunciad ante el ovacionante
Congreso Norte-Americano defendiendo in poltica respecto a
Cora* y 1 Extraa* Oriente en reneral, declaro que "aunque ene.
le salificarse a Aate de puerta a entrada de Europa, no es me-
nea elerte ene Eur*pa es p*tU 4* entrada de Asia y U gran
lussrtsntl* de nna no pnede dejar de tener efecto en la otra.
El General agreg que "no se puede apaciguar, al capitular de
eualauier modo ante el Comunismo en Asia, sin, al mismo tiem-
po, socavar nuestros esfuerces para detenerlo en Europa".
MacArthur manifest a u se refera principalmente en aa
discurso, agregando eme se trata de un gran continente aue "est
librndose de los grilletes del colonialism*".____________________
El General, en un discurso que fu interrumpido frecuente-
__ite per los vtores do Senadores y Representantes reunidos
en la sala de sesiones d la Cmara Baja, dijo que la prdida de
Formosa significara la prdida de bu Filipinas y Japn.
MacArthur insisti en que "en ninguna circunstancia For-
mosa debe caer bajo el control Comunista. Tal eventualidad
tanteara inmediatamente la amenasa de perder las Filipinas y
spu".
Agreg que el dominio Comunista de Formosa equivaldra a
retirar las "fronteras orientales" Norte-Americanas, hoy exten-
didas a travs del Pacifico, hasta las costas occidentales de Es-
tados Unidos.
MacArthur asegur que loe Jefes del Estado Mayer mixto ha-
ban aprobado sus puntos de vista sobre el modo de librar la
guerra en Corea, y dijo tambin que lM criticas que se haban
hecho habian surgido principalmente de los centros de extranje-
ros "legos" en cuestiones militares.
El General dijo que la suerte de "toda la rasa humana" de-
pende de las decisiones que el Congreso Norte-Americano tiene
qn adoptar teniendo en cuenta "el ms elevado plano de los in-
tereses nacionales" y sin dejarse guiar por intereses partidistas.
MacArthur manifest que no se presentaba ante el Congreso
como "abogado de nna causa partidista". Slo tengo un propsito
presente: servir a mi pas".
"Hay algunos que dicen que nuestras fuersas son Inadecua-
das para proteger ambos frentes; que no podemos dividir nues-
tro esfuerso. No puedo pensar en esa expresin de derrotismo",
dijo el General, y agrego que si un posible enemigo puede divi-
dir sus fuerzas en dos frentes, entonces los Estados Unidos de-
ben tomar medidas para contrarrestarlo porque "la amenasa co-
munista es una amenasa global".
MacArthur asegur que Estados Unidos actualmente puede
dominar todos los puertos asiticos desde Vladivostok hasta Sin-
gapur e Impedir cualquier movimiento hostil en el Pacfico.
"Cualquier ataque para la ida a Asia tiene que ser anfibio.
Ninguno de esos ataques podr tener xito sin el dominio del
mar y el aire. Este es un clculo militar y no he encontrad*
todava ningn dirigente militar que lo contradiga".
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ejercicio a la Polica Secreta Nal!'
Tomar medidas de
seguridad a pesar
de la oposicin
Es Is que atribuye s los
rganos Judicial y
Legislativo
Bn una conferencia de prensa
celebrada esta maana el Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia,
don Clemente de Obaldia entre-
g a los periodistas el siguiente
comunicado que se refiere, en-
tre otra* cuestiones vinculadas
con el comunismo, a la actitud
de la Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente al eliminar del Presu-
puesto los gastos de la Polica
Secreta:
COMUNICADO
del Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia
La presente administracin
ha mantenido en todo momen-
to su actitud patritica ten-
diente a defender a nuestro
pas y al Canal de Panam
contra la agresin comunista
que amenasa al mundo que
tienda a expandirse cada, da
a raiz d* la lituacin anormal
que emerge del conflicto asi-
tico.
(Pisa a pgina T, e*. 4) '
MacArthur declara
ser candidato
Falta aun un tercer debate
y la firma del Ejecutivo al
decreto sobre presupuesto
que no
a eleccin
NI dejar que usen
su nombre para
asuntos polticos
En la maana de hoy la Co- mine de aprobar todo el presu-
misln Legislativa Permanente puesto en Segundo Debate, pa-
contlnu discutiendo el Presu- sar a una sub comisin de re-
rtto de Rentas y Gastos de I visin, la cual lo presentara pa-
actual vigencia, y al cerrar | ra tercer debate. Despus ten-
planas El Panam-Amrica, s*
consideraba el Ministerio de
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias en el cual, segn manifes-
to un vocero de la Comisin, no
habrn cambios sustanciales.
Ayer termin la comisin de
discutir el Presupuesto del Mi-|
nlstsrlo de Oeberho y Ju*tt*U.l
en el cual fueron suprimida* i
todas las partidas imputadas a
la Polica secreta Nacional.
Despus que la Comisin ter-
dr que ir al Ejecutivo para ser
sancionado por el Presidente de
la Repblica.
En circuios enterados se co-
mentaba esta maana que el
nuevo presupuesto no entrar
en vigencia antes del mes dp
mayo prximo.
Un decreto sobre sanciones al
personal docente de Educacin
dict hoy el rgano Ejecutivo
Determina las faltas y las penas en que incurran
los educadores
Esta maana fue entregado
a la prensa el siguiente Decre-
to sobre sanciones al persona)
docente del Ministerio de Edu-
cacin, que desarrolla disposi-
ciones de la ley 47 de 1940 so-
bre la materia:
DECRETO No. 399
' (de 19 de abril de 1951)
Por la cual se reglamentan
varios artculos de la Ley No.
47 de 1948.
El Presidente de la Repblica,
en uso de sus facultades cons-
titucionales y legales y,
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que de acuerdo con el
Ordinal 17o. del Articulo 144 de
la Constitucin Nacional os a-
tribuclon del Organismo Ejecu-
tivo reglamentar las leyes que
lo requieran para su mejor
cumplimiento;
2o.Que la Ley 47 de 194,
orgnica de Educacin requie-
re, para su mejor cumplimien-
to al personal docente y ad-
ministrativo; y
SoQue el Artculo 137 de
la citada Ley ordena al r-
gano Ejecutivo decretar cules
son las faltas del personal do-
cente y administrativo de los
planteles oficiales de la Rep-
blica que deben ser sanciona-
das con reprensiones o multas
y cules las que por su grave-
dad exigen las penas de tras-
lado, suspensin o destitucin,
DECRETA:
Articulo lo. Sern casti-
gadas con multas de cinco o
veinticinco balboas (B. 5.00
B. 25.00) las siguientes faltas
del personal docente y admi-
nistrativo de Educacin:
a) La inasistencia, sin ex-
cusa legal, en los dias labora-
bles;
6) La negligencia comproba-
da en el desempeo de sus fun-
ciones;
o La desatencin de sus
funciones por causas ajenas al
servicio;
d) Las llegadas tardas des-
pus de haber sido reprendidos
la primera vez; y
) La desobediencia o falta
de acatamiento a las rdenes o
Instrucciones impartidas por los
superiores dentro de sus facul-
tades legales o reglamentarias.
Articulo 2o.Sern castigadas
con reprensin las siguientes
faltas del personal docente o
administrativo de Educacin:
a) La primera llegada tar-
da en que se Incurra en dos
meses; y
b) Las faltas enumeradas en
el Articulo lo. en los casos en
que las circunstancias en que
se cometan atenen la grave-
dad de las mismas.
Articulo 3oSern castiga-
das con suspensin de ana se-
mana a tres meses o con tras-
lado por el resto del ao lec-
tivo, las siguientes faltas del
personal docente o administra-
bas a la Pawns' . Calua 7)
Fijan sanciones
sobre matrculas
en la Universidad
La Junta Administrativa de
la Universidad de Panam ha
decidido hacer cumplir el Esta-
tuto para la matricula de los
alumnos de la Universidad, y en
vista que esta anomala trae
como consecuencia Incontables
perjuicios a la Administracin j
ha establecido reglamentar la
matricula definitivamente.
De acuerdo con lo ratificado!
por la Junta Directiva en su se-
sin del da 17 de Abril de 1951
los periodos de matricula abar-
carn un periodo de 15 dias pa-
ra el primer semestre y 10 pa-
ra el segundo, y sern estable-
SAN FRANCISCO, Abril 19.
UP). El General Douglas Mac-
Arthur .aclamado por medio mi-
lln de personas a su paso por
las calles de San Francisco, de-
clar: "No tengo aspiracin po-
ltica alguna. No me propongo
presentarme como candidato pa-
ra puesto poltico alguno y es-
Eero que no se utilice mi nom-
fe en relacin con cuestiones
polticas".
WASHINGTON, Abril 19.
(UP). El General Douglas
MacArthur, con los ojos hume-
decidos, pero sonriente, regres
a la capital de Estados Unidos
en las primeras horas de hoy
para presentar** ante el "
axeso en la lucha si
SMo'^SLV
gritaba nena de
Barraza defiende
la eliminacin
de unos gastos
Son los sealados para la
Secreta en el presu-
puesto de 1950
El HD. Lorenzo Barran, miem-
bro del Comisin Legislativa
Permanente y proponente de la
mocin aprobada en segundo
debate por la Comisin, y que
traslada a la Polica Secreta a
un Departamento Especial que
se denominar "Departamento
de Investigaciones", bajo el con-
trol de la Polica Nacional, hizo
esta maana a "El Panam-
Amrica" la* algulentes decla-
raciones:
"La Contralorla General de
la Repblica ha recomendado en
forma enftica que si se quiere
tener un Presupuesto nivelado,
ste no puede pasar de treinta
y un millones y medio". "Yo
considero que no podemos hacer
ahorros en Educacin ni en 8a-
'emos
ion
rgni-
lupuestos de sos
piendo los cordones de polica dos4 Ministerios forzosamente
para darle la bienvenida al Ge-
neral.
Una bulliciosa multitud, cal-i
culada en 12,000 personas, se
congreg en el Aeropuerto Na-1
clonal de Washington cuando
(Pasa a la Pgina I. Col. 1)
tendrn que ser mayores que los
del ao pasado, sin olvidar que
el Presupuesto de 1960 fu d*
una cantidad global de 32.244.-
310.12.
En efecto, el Presupuesto de
(Paaa a la Pg. i. Col. >
Precisa licencia
para manejar por
el "Corredor"
Se dice que existe conside-
rable mala Inteligencia en lo
que a los reglamentos en vi-
gencia en la Zona del Canal se
refiere con relacin a la opera-
cin de vehculos a motor por
residentes de Panam que tran-
sitan por la Zona del Canal y
el denominado "corredor", asi
como por residentes de las pro-
vincias del Interior al oeste de
la Zona del Canal.
Los reglamentos disponen que
todo conductor de vehculo de-
ber portar una Ucencia o per-
miso de manejo de vehculo a
motar de la Zona del Canal
cuando se maneje en o por la
Zona, an cuando se transite
por el denominado "corredor",
a excepcin de lo expuesto a
continuacin:
Una persona que lleve consi-
go misma en su posesin una
Ucencia vlida de vehculo a
motor expedida al interesado
por la autoridad competente do
las provincias del interior de
Panam al oeste de la Zona
del Canal podr, sin haber ob-
tenido licencia o permiso de
manejo de la Zona del Canal,
conducir vehculo a motor en
trnsito por la Zona del Ca
nal siempre y cuando que la
, misma se mantenga nicamen-
te a las siguientes calles y ca-'
| Treteras: entre el lmite de la I
Zona del Canal en Arraljn wl
por la carretera Thatcher, en
Ferry, Calle La Boca. Avenida \
Roosevelt y camino Shaler; o, I
de otro modo, pasando por la'
carretera Thatcher, el camino;
Bruja, puente de Mlraflores,
carretera Oalllard y camino
Shaler.
Por control remoto desde la
ciudad de Caracas develarn
la estatua del Libertador
El Presidente Flamerich apretar un botn que
pondr a funcione? el mecanismo en N. York
Fu capturada la reserva de
Hwachn y siguen los aliados
hacia el Bastin de Kumhwa
Se encontraron ocho de las compuertas de la inun-
dacin abiertas todava
El Senador Arthur
Vandenberg dej
de existir ayer
NUEVA YORK, Abril, 19 (UP)
El punto culminante de ai
ceremonias de re-Inauguracin
de la estatua ecuestre del Li-
bertados Simn Bolivar hoy en
Nueva York es la develacin t
la estatua por control remeto
desde Caracas.
El Presidente de la Junta de
Ooblerno de Venezuela, Ger-
mn Surez Flamerich apreta-
r un botn a las 2:33 de la
tarde en el Palacio de Mirado-
res en Caracas, el cual pondi
a funcionar un mecanismo en
Nueva York el cual develara la
estatua del Libertador.
Las festividades comenzaron
esta maana con la exhibicin
de documentos Bollvarlanos, y
el Alcalde de Nueva York, Vli.-
cent Impelliteri dio un almuci/.o
en el Hotel St. Moritz.
A la 1:30 de la tarde los ca-
detes de Venezuela, Colombia y
Per desfilarn a io largo ae
la Avenida de las Americas des-
de la calle 45 hasta el Parijue
Central en donde est colocada
la estatua del Libertador.
Miles de personas asistirn es-
ta tarde a la inauguracin ae
la estatua de Bolivar, partici-
pando en nx ceremonia
'^**orgrrlaoresMp*rai
entre cinco y diez mil personas
se congreguen alrededor de la
estatua encuestre del Liberta-
dor, la cual fu mudada del
interior del Parque Centrai, al
extremo septentrional de la A-
venida de las Americas- AH te
ha establecido un pedestal c'.-
20 pita, frente al pedestal q-.:e
ocupar la estatua del Lber
tador San Martin.
Llamar poderosamente la a*
tencin el desfile de los cai--
tes venezolanos, colombianos y
peruanos, quienes vestidos d*
uniormes claro y oscuro y crt*
ma, formarn frente a la esta*
tua mientras se efecta la ce-
remonia de develacin. Junta
a los cadetes suramericai.oj
marcharn en el desfile ele-
mentos de los Cuerpos de Fo-
llcia, Bomberos, Ejrcito y es-
tudiantes de las escuelas nor-
teamericanas.
Har la presentacin de os
oradores el Sr. Robert Moses,
Comisionado de Parques del
Municipio de Nueva York.
El primer orador ser el Car-
denal Francis Sepllman. quien,
pronunciar la Invocacin. El
Ministro de Relaciones Exterior
res de Venezuela, Luis E. Gm
Ruiz har un discurso en qj*
oficialmente presentar la esta-
tua a la ciudad de Nueva York.
En seguida ocurrir la pan*
culminante de la ceremonia,
cuando el Presidente de la Jun-
ta de Gobierno de Venezuela
apretar un botn en el Pala-
cio de. Mtraf lores en Carac.i,
'brhwrta la. estatua por t-cvt
remoto.
El Alcalde de Nueva York
Vlneent Impelliteri pronunciar
entonces un discurso aceptando
la estatua en nombre de la ciu-
dad Terminar el acto con un
discurso por el profesor de hb-
torla.de I*.Universidad de Co-
lumbia, Dr. John Allen Krout.
TOKIO, Abril 19.
(UP).
cidos por la Junta Administra-, Puntas de lanza de las Naclo-
tlva. i nes Unidas siguieron avanzando
, ,__. _.__i____y,0 hacia el norte de la capturada
Las siguientes anelone i han rtMVI% de Hwachon hacla el
sido establecidas para los alum- bagUon centra, en Corea de ,og
nos que no se matriculen en los COmUnigtas en Kumkwa, en la
periodo reglamentarlos. bsqueda de decenas de miles
1La primera falta acarrear 'desoldados chinos en retirada.
Al mismo tiempo, otra colum-
na blindada se diriga hacla
La compra de arroz en el
exterior causa desagrado
el interior del pas
en
DAVID, abr 19. (Correspon-
sal). De distintos puntos de
la Provincia los corresponsales
de peridicos expresan opinin
adversa a la compra de arroz
extranjero, ya que el grano se
produce en cantidad considera-
ble para el consumo nacional
y no se ha establecido clara-
mente si la produccin respon-
de a las necesidades de con-
sumo locales. Parece ser que
existe desaliento entre los pro-
ductores de la Provincia con
motivo de la exportacin que ae
proyecta. Muchos piensan que
se Volver a la grava situacin
que confront la Repblica a
este respecto antes de 1933 cuan
do del pais sallan suma* fa-
bulosas para el extranjero en
concepto de compras del grano
para nuestro consumo. o obs-
tante, otros sectores consideran
que si la medida obedece al
deseo del Banco Agropecuario
de mantener el precio de este
articulo en bien de los consu-
midores, al Gobierno est en
capacidad de evitar el alza del
arroz ante posibles abusos de
los productores y consumidores
sin recurrir a traer el grano
del extranjero.
al alumno una nota de amones-
tacin la cual quedar consig-
nada en su expediente y se le
permitir la matrcula mediante
el pago de un recargo del 100
por ciento dentro de los tres
dias siguientes al cierre de
la misma, y perder el derecho
a consideraciones especiales ta-
les como el hacer uso de las
facilidades de prstamo, prrro-
gas o trabajo para el pago de
la matricula
2La segunda falta acarrea-
r una segunda amonestacin
y para poderse matricular, den-
tro de los tres dias siguientes
del cierre de la matricula, ten-
dr que pagar un recargo del
200 por ciento. Perder el de-
recho a consideraciones espe-
ciales tal como.se explica arri-
ba; y no podr aer electo repre-
sentante ante los organismos
universitarios.
3El alumno que cometa esta
falta en el curso de su carrera
tres veces, an cuando no sean
consecutiva*, quedar automti-
camente separado por un semes-
tre.
Adems, la Universidad se ha
visto en la necesidad de aumen-
tar los derechos de matricula y
laboratorio, en vista que h*n au-
mentado lo* gastos eon motivo
de las nuevas instalaciones en
la Ciudad Universitarias.
De ahora en adelante se pa-
gar B.15.00 semestrales de ma-
tricula y B.5.00 por cada labora-
torio o saln con equipo que
usen los estudiante*.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
22,900
Kumhwa desde el sur-oeste en
un movimiento de pinzas contra
esa base a 20 millas al norte del
Paralelo 38.
Una tercera fuerza aliada a-
vanz casi hasta Chorwon, an-
cla sur-oeste del rea de concen-
tracin comunista a 14 millas al
oeste de Kumhwa y 17 millas al
norte del Paralelo.
Las retaguardias comunistas
estaban luchando por detener el
avance del Octavo Ejrcito en
las cercanas de Chorwon y
Kumhwa, pero en otra* lugares
del frente de 140 millas no ha-
can oposicin alguna.
Los rojos abandonaron a Hwa-
chon. a siete millas al norte del
Paralelo 38 sin pelear ayer, a
pesar de haber estado comba-
tiendo a los aliados en los alre-
dedores montaosos de la repre-
sa durante la pasada semana.
Los aliados encontraron ocho
de las compuertas de inundacin
de la represa en un intil in-
tento de inundar el Valle de
Pukhan para detener la ofensi-
va aliada.
Slo un milagro podr
salvar a los hombres
atrapados en el Affray
LONDRES, Abril 19 (UP)-El Almirantazgo anunci
anoche que son escasas las probabilidades de poder loca-
litar al submarino "Affray" a tiempo para salvar a sus
75 tripulante*.
El Alaairantesgo di a la publicidad el siguiente co-
municado:
"A raix de las operaciones realizadas a la las lima
de hoy, a* ha sido rescatado sobreviviente alguno del
"Affray", a* btante la con tin na bsqueda y vigilancia
efectuadas par aaves de superficie, submarinos y aviones".
"Esa basqueda y vigilancia continuar durante la*
prximas horas de obscuridad, aunque las probabilidades
de xito ton ahora escasa*. El Almirantazgo a* dar
mis informacin hasta maana a las 7:30 de la maana,
a menos que ocurra algo importante".
La Marina Britnica continuaba dragando el Canal
de la Mancha con barreminas, en la esperanza, de pMter
encontrar sobrevivientes del submarino de 1,8M tonela-
das, el cual se encuentra perdido desde la noche del la-
es coa 75 oficiales y hombres sepultados en vida.
Cinco barreminas, entrelasade* eon cables en forma
de muralla, v dos ms detrs, comenzaron a navegar len-
tamente por bt misma ruta qne se ere* recorri el "Afray"
durante sn viaje de entrenamiento desde Portsmouth ha-
cia Palmouth.
Lo* barreminas usaban cadena* y rede*, recorriendo
las agua* como si fueran unos "rastrillos marinos".
Mientra* Unto, ms de 49 barcos de tros tipos, in-
cluyoaul* buques de tuerra franceses y belgas, continua-
an la bsqueda al sur v sur-oeste de la Isla de Wight,
asando toda* las aparatos modernos disponible par* la
incesante bsqueda.
La prxima semana quedar
resuelto el problema del
cupo en el Liceo de Seoritas

Sen. Arthur H. Vsndenberc
ORAND RAPIDS, Mich. Abril
19 i UP) El Senador Republi-
cano ArtYiur H. Vandenberg Je-
jo de existir anoche, a la edad
de 87 aos victima de un tu-
mor maligno. El Gobernador O.
Mennen Williams nombrar a
un Demcrata en reemplazo del
Senador Vandenberg.
Vandenberg muri mientras
dorma a las 9:40 de la noche
de ,ayer. Se encontraban a su
cabecera sus dos hijas y su hi-
jo Arthur H. Vandenberg Jr
Vandenberg, quien en un
tiempo fu un furibundo defen-
sor de la poltica de aislamien-
to se convirti en uno de los
ms grandes apoyadores de Us
Naciones Unidas y consigui la
armona entre Republicanos y
Demcratas en los aos critlrxs
que sucedieron a la segur.da
guerra mundial, hasta que su
enfermedad lo oblig a retira-
se de sus labores como Senaccr
en Octubre de 1949
De todas partes del mundo
han llegado mensajes de con-
dolencias y enalteciendo los m-
ritos del Senador Vandenberg,
quien dedic los ltimos aos
de su vida a la "fraternidad"
internacional por la paz.
El Presidente Truman d.jo
que la nacin "ha perdido un
dirigente que tenia sabidura,
fortuna y valor". Dijo que Van-
denberg habla discrepado de o-
pinin con "hombres de gran
poder e influencia dentro d su
propio partido". "Esta ldepcn-
dencia le cost cara en toi.o,
(Pasa a la pgina 7, e*L i)

El Ministro de Educacin,
Profesor Cristbal Adn de U-
rriola, manifest en la maana
i de hoy que el estima que du-
irante la prxima semana, que-
dar totalmente resuelto el pro-
blema del alojamiento de la
alumnas del Liceo de Seori-
tas y que no existe por ahora
ninguna posibilidad de que ls
que se han matriculado no pue-
dan ser admitidas por falta
de cupo.
Dijo el Ministro que se eston
dando los pasos necesarios pa-
ra encontrar un local apropia-
do para crear las aulas adicio-
nales para el liceo, y que el es-
tlma que el dos de mayo, to-
das las licestas podrn comen-
zar a dar clases sin Interrup-
cin alguna.
Como saben nuestros lectores,
existe un serlo problema en el
Liceo de Seoritas, ya que las
alumnas matriculadas en la Ins-
titucin no pueden ser aloja-
das en el edificio que en la ac-
tualidad tiene el Liceo, por fal-
ta de cupo. Se tema que llega-
I ra el mes de mayo y que no
fuera posible aceptar a un ere
cldo nmero de seoritas, pero
segn ha manifestado el Minis-
tro Urrlola, el problema que-
dar resuelto, por lo menos pi-
ra el presente ao-
Oliveira Solazar
es el Presidente
de Portugal ahora
LISBOA, Abril. 19 (UPi La
Asamblea Nacional de Portugal
levant la sesin hasta el Mar-
tes prximo en seal de due-
lo despus de haber reclblio
comunicacin oficial anuncian-
do la muerte del Presidente An-
tonio Osear Fragoso Carmena
De acuerdo con las norma*
constitucionales, el Primer Mi-
nistro Antonio de Oliveira Sa-
lazar asumi inmediatamente
las funciones propias del Pre-
sidente de la Repblica-
Segn disposiciones legales
Salazar tiene que convoca; y
celebrar elecciones generjler.
dentro de un periodo de 0
que erapjeza a contarse deaOe
hoy.
El sbado ser el
2o. escrutinio en
Coln para reina
Para llevar a cabo el segur*
do escrutinio del Reinado da
U Feria de Mayo, el Club d*
Tigres de Coln ha nombraao
un Jurado de cinco mlemb.es,
integrados por las alguien'..a
personalidades: 8r. Luis E Gon-
zlez, Presidente del Sindcalo
de Periodistas de Panam; bia.
Yolanda Salas de Hirshfeld,
Presidenta del Club Interarr.e-
rlcano de Mujeres; Coronel Ja-
mes W. Pumpelly. Comandai.t*
de la Escuela Militar de Fort
Gullck; y los Sres. J. J. Ecker
y Carlos Moynes.
El segundo escrutinio tendr
lugar en los amplios salones del
Club Monaco, durante el bulle
que se celebrar el Sbado, 21
de Abril
El Jurado eligir ocho cand-
aatas que pasarn al escruti.no
final para la eleccin de la
Reina. Las ocho candidates se-
rn elegidas de entre el grupo
ce 29 que fueron postuladas en
ti baile del sbado pasado- Fue-
ion estas 29 candidates las si-
zulentes: Yolanda Peaherie-
ra, Rita Fisher, Olga Lelgnadier.
Virginia Rodrguez, Gloconia
Apolayo, Pica Guardia,, Nancy
Sasso. Hercllla Herrera, TheltLa
Castillo, Ful va Correa, Ar.g;:*
Luengo, Ana Victoria Qulrz. '-
rene Fenton, Francis Gerry. Di-
nah Sasso, Marlsin Fernandez.
Margarita Barcenas, JulKta
Vial, Lelia Caries, Silvia Sar.z,
Leticia Gonzle. Nadia Benja-
mn, Josefa Black, Gloria Da-
vis, Vilma Rosania, Dora He-
rrera. Adela Grosso, Rosa Oli-
va. Alicia Wong.
Mientras que la hora fijada
para el baile ha sido las 8 p. ni.
el escrutinio comenzar a las
10 en punto. Amenizar el bai-
le una de las mejores orquesta
nacionales y se presentar al
pblico, adems, un escogido
programa de variedades.
La cuota de entrada al ball*
es de un balboa para loe caut-
lieros; damas, cortesa.



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EL GRAX DEBATE" EN LOS ESTADOS
UNIDOS
Los pueblos democrticos y, en cierto modo, el
Kremlin y sus satlites, esperan hoy con emocio-
nante expectativa las declaraciones que har el Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur en la sesin conjunta del
Senado y de la Cmara de Representantes de los
Estados Unidos, acerca de su teora en relacin con
la lnea de conducta que deben seguir las Nacio-
nes Unidas para contrarrestar la agresin comu-
nista.
Se explica y se justifica el inters extraordi-
nario y la trepidante inquietud que se observan al
respecto. Por una parte, la personalidad avasalla-
dora y atrayente del hroe que inicia el debate, y,
por otra, el riesgo potencial de que aunque no ha-
ya base para ello y sin que lo quieran as quienes
han intervenido en el dramtico despliegue de es-
ta vital discusin, en ella se inspiren o pretendan
inspirarse tendencias que directa o indirectamen-
te vayan a inducir a determinados sectores a adop-
tar actitudes que puedan acaso ser trascendenta-
les para la suerte de la humanidad.
Hay la posibilidad, sin que pueda vaticinarse
si es ms o menos remota, de que lo que se diga
en el curso del "gran debate.v se entienda o trate
de interpretarse en los pases totalitarios en un
sentido determinado de accin que resulte desfa-
vorable para las iniciativas que realmente quieran
adoptar las democracias. Existe tambin la posibi-
lidad de que los pases asiticos que aun no han
tomado parte en la contienda y que representan
unos 700 millones de almas, con una mentalidad dis-
tinta a la que prevalece en otras partes del mundo,
podran pensar que todo esto demuestra una es-
pecie de vacilacin aue pueda inducirles a inclinar-
se del lado del totalitarismo.
Sea ello como fuere, no es concebible que un
pueblo de madurez cultural como el de los Esta-
dos Unidos, que se distingue por su elevado sentido
de responsabilidad, llegue nicamente por razn
de ese debate a cor^hisipnei definitivas de si hay
o no manifiesta agresin del comunismo por lo que
est ocurriendo en Corea; de si 1 momento actual
es el ms oportuno para repeler la agresin en
gran escala, bombardeando la Manchuria, o si se
escoge al Asia como el teatro principal de la gue-
rra, por considerarse sta inevitable desde ahora.
Las conclusiones definitivas sobre cuestiones vita-
les de tal ndole, se toman en el gran pas del Nor-
te con la mayor ponderacin, sin- permitir que con-
sideraciones extraas o precipitadas intervengan en
su solucin.
LA EXTRACCIN
NOVSIMO TEATRO
CRITICO
r . R V.
DOS PUBLICACIONES DE LA
UNION PANAMERICANA
Emilio Abreu Otnez, distin-
guido intelectual mexicano, tra-
baja activamente en la Unin
Panamericana. Se trata de uno
de esos elementos constructivo,
de singulares dotes de crtico;
un literato, adems, de raigam-
bre.
Tengo en mi mesa de tareas
la interesante Monosraiia Bi-
bliogrfica de Bernice D. Mat-
lowsky, Ululada "Antologas del
Cuento Americano: Guia Bio-
grfica", que lleva un Intere-
sante prlogo de Ermllo Abren
Gmez; y tambin la semblan-
za literaria de Horacio Quiroga,
por el propio Ermilo Abreu G-
mez.
Se trata de dos cuadros es-
tarcidos, de sugestiva informa-
cin. Pienso que esta labor d-
la Unin Panamericana es tras-
cendental y contribuye a lo que
ha de ser uno de los hitos
de la entidad washing ton lana:
ponernos a los americanos lo
ms cerca posible unos de otros,
hacer que nos conozcamos, que
apreciemos nuestros valores. Sin
esto toda accin panamericana
es perfectamente Intil.
Es ml idea que estamos en
mantillas a este respecto. Por
eso resulta an ms Importan-
te esta obra de Ermllo Abreu
Gmez, un hombre amplio y
sereno, con hondos conoci-
mientos, muy lejos de la su-
perficialidad al uso.
Las Antologas del cuento a-
merlcano de Bernice D. Mat-
lowsky, significan un esfuerzo
interesante. Yo no creo que se
haya agotado el tema ni mu-
chsimo menos. Encuentro por
lo pronto una falla: no se cita
el trabajo en torno al cuen-
to panameo de Rodrigo Mir,
que me parece esencial. Quiz
la recopilacin de Bernice D.
Matlow8ky se haya hecho con
cierta celeridad. De todos mo-
dos la fecha de su edicin per-
mita haber Incluido la. obra
de Rodrigo Mir. Si se cita mt
pequeo trabajo en relacin con
el cuento en Panam. Tambin
se incluye el ttulo de "Anto- sentes instantes una amenaza
logia de Panam, (Parnaso y para el mundo, y que se impone
Prosa)" Demetrio Korsl, el llus-Jadoptar medidas de salvaguar-
de poeta: se trata de la edl-'dlas para combatirlo; sin negar
clon de Mauccl y por cierto no el peligro del totalitarismo de
consta la fecha del trabajo. derecha, es Indudable que el
Se Ignora aquel trabajo de sistema implantado en la Euro-
la Editorial La Moderna -,pa Oriental y en la China re-
creo que en l intervinieron presenta el principal enemigo en
Manuel de Jess Quljano y Ro- los presentes instantes. Es esa
gelio Robles que constituye i* razn por la cual considero
una antotogta apreciable'de Pa-'Que toda persona que- crea en el
Por ALDOR
Miss Brbara Grant, consultora
de belleza de la casa "Yardley"
de Londres, llegar* a Panam-hoy
J

El dentista: Tal vez as evitaremos complicaciones mayores...
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
t.n esta seccin daremos calnila a todas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan, Mitre tpicos de inters reaeral.
qut no sean demasiado extensa*.
Organizan nueva
unin musical
interamericana
LUCHA CONTRA EL
COMUNISMO
Sr. Director
Estimado seor
Ruego d cabida en su acredi-
tado peridico a la presente mi-
siva cuyo objeto es el de exponer
ciertos puntos de vista en rela-
cin con los problemas que a-
quejan al orbe, y que se refieren
en especial al representado por
la amenaza del totalitarismo de
Izquierda.
oueden efectuarse dentro del MIAMI, Abril El He -
marco democrtico, sin necesl- mlsferio Occidental tiene ahora
dad de apelar a sistemas de ca- luna Federacin Musical que uti-
rcter extico como son el co-|llar el Idioma universal de la
munismo y el faelsmo. i msica para fortalecer "la mu-
El apoyo a las democracias no * S?1"^ e2SL&l*:
debe ser absolutamente de ca-
rcter doctrinal, si no que debe
adquirir caracteres de ndole
material y practico. La ayuda no
debe circunscribirse solamente
al apoyo econmico, si no que
debe lnlcuir un aporte militar.
Los pases latino americanos no
Creo sinceramente que el co- pueaerii mejor dicho no deben
munismo significa en los pre- lnsiStu. en a practica favorita
de evadir responsabilidades de
carcter militar; ele argumento
d que lo que se ventila en Co-
rea no afecta a nuestro conti-
nente es absurdo por decir lo
menos. Sabido es de todos que
el comunismo, organizacin ln-
ferentes pueblos americanos.
La nueva Federacin, recien-
temente organizada en la Con-
ferencia Musical Interamerlca-
na celebrada en Miami, proyec--
ta reunirse de nuevo aqu en' a-
bril de 1952.
Aunque hasta ai.oru slo es-
tn representadas Cuba. Colom-
bia,.Repblica Dominicana y los
Estados Unidos en la re-cien es-
tablecida organizacin, sus fun-
dadores esperan que se desarro-
llar en toda la Amrica.
El Dr. Roberto Netto, del Co-
legio Nacional de Proeslqnales
de la Msica, de La Habana, re-
El ao
gusto de
pasado tuvimos
recibir la visita
nueva organizacin:
ternaclonal al servicio de la sumi asi los objetivos de la
Unin Sovitica, propone el es-
tablecimiento de la dictadura
proletaria en todo el orbe, y que
laconqulsta del Asia es solo el
nam. Estn citados en el i- 'slsteml democrtico occldenta 'rier" pasto en una cadena de Naciones Unidas, y "no "adoptar
"dice de autores: Guillermo An-;debe apoyar i la* Naciones un' jcon"qu|sta3 que incluir a Euro- |, posicin acomodaticia cual
bies, lo que debe hacer es Su-
marse al esfuerzo blico de las quien acaba acaba de
hace sbld seis 'meses.
Brillante exposicin en la
feria de Coln tendrn las
colonias de los extranjeros
e, Julio ArJona. Mario Au-ldas en general, y a-los LE. 4"-Ipa," Africa,
o, Renato Ozres al que i He Amrica en particular; n aAmr
nnnihrn .." r...-a.:hav tai-opra. nfliclnes: no exls-___ _, ... J
Azores". Luwft hay terceras pdslclnes: n-exls- L s, no defendemos a la demo- B
ten terceras '""* ,;n pu*?! Icracla en Corea, tendremos que Mpla exacta del faelsmo
drev
gusto
se nombra
Barcena. Edmundo Botello, Sal-
vador Caldern Ramirez que
no era panameo, Francisco
Carrasco, Moiss Castillo, Er-
nesto. 3; Castillero al que se
le denomina "E. J. Castillo
R."- Hctor. Cont B., Elida
L. ft de Crespo, Buenaventu-
ra qiarcern -Remigio Ruilo-
ba ", Gaspar Octavio Hernn-
dez, Daro Herrera,. Jos Huer-
ta, J. Daro Jan, Santiago
MacKay, doctor Octavio Mn-
dez Pereira, Ricardo Mir, Jos
Maria Nez, Jos- Oller, Gui-
llermo Patterson Jr., Salomn
Ponce Aguilera, Don Rhu, Gra-
ciela Rojas Sucre, Rogelio 81-
nn, Gil Blas Tejelra, Nacho
Vleles.' Everardo Velarde (slc>.
Augusto S. Vives.
Es un tantlto confusa la
enumeracin faltan Dibobu.
nombres y
Oceania y por ltl-
Amrica: en otras palabras
haber neutrales. El dilema est
planteados de un lado los que
creen en la dignidad del ser hu-
mano, y del otro los que desean
esclavizarlo en aras de una dic-
tadura llamada del proletariado,
pero la verdad es una" dictadura
de 14 induviduos representados
en el Politburo. Sin negar los e-
rrores de la democracia, y sin
hacerlo en Panam; si no lu-; MUSSUllnl.
9s la de la supuesta tercera po-
sicin, que en verdad no es nin-
guna tercera fuerza si no una
de
cbamos en Sel, tendremos que
hacerlo en Coln; si no comDa-
tlmos en las montaas cubiertas
de nieve de Corea, tendremos
que hacerlo e las clidas selvas
de Panam. Ante esta alterna-
tiva, que se debe hacer? Esperar
a que se presente el enemigo pa-
ra combatirlo, cuando haya de-
Termino esta misiva, ofrecien-
do a cualquier nacin democr-
tica, mis servicios para defender
el sistema democrtico y la ci-
vilizacin cristiana.
Su atento y seguro servidor,
Horacio Bsqutvel B.
una encantadora representante
de la belleza de Inglaterra la
conocida consultora de belle-
za de la oasa' Yardley, la se-
orita Brbara Grant. Muchas
de nuestras damas recordarn
su encantadora vivacidad y su
gracia Innata y estamos segu-
ros de que les agradarla vol-
verla a tratar. Por eso nos com-
placemos en anunciarles que la
seorita Grant llegar hoy a
Panam para explicarnos nue-
vamente el sencillo tratamien-
to Yardley para la belleza na-
tural, con los Justamente afa-
mados preparados Yardley.
Nuestras damas elegantes a-
preclarn mucho ms la visita
de la seorita Grant ahora, al
saber que para realizar este
viaje ha tenido que interrum-
pir su lura de miel separndo-
se del hombre afortunado con
casarse
La se-
ora Grant, sin embargo con-
fa en que las cartas de su
joven esposo a consolarn de
esta separacin y de sus ausen-
cia de su linda casita en el
campo en la que soaba pa-
sar el encantador aunque bre-
ve verano ingls..
La gentil embajadora de la
belleza Inglesa nos manifiesta
que se na entusiasmado tanto
con asta su segunda- visita ,a
el mera vez- y que uno de loma- .*
do-joros estmulos-es su esperan- <>
la Amrlla LaUna, coifo 1 prl- todo necesario.
7a y deseo de volver a encon-
trar las- encantadoras amista-
des que hizo en su primera vi- /
sita, la seorita Grant tiene un
vestuario completo confecciona-
do especialmente por lot me-
jores modistos londinenses, da
manera que nuestras damas que
la visiten tendrn ocasin ade-
ms de escuchar sus consejo
de belleza, de admirar las l- <
timas creaciones de la -moda en v
el exclusivo gran mundo de la
City.
La Embajadora de Balleza de
la Casa Yardley atender las -
consultas que deseen hacerle
las damas panameas -el vier-
nes y sbado prximo, maana
y tarde, en el almacn princi-
pal de Flix Madura en la A-
venlda Central. La seorita-
Grant ' se apresure a 'explicar,
sin emtoargo, que fl nay qua
temerT*que eMft trate de' pw*-
suadlr a qnlenea- la consulten a
que compren* una numerosa y
complicada serie de preparados
de bellaza, porque la sencillez
es la nota caracterstica del
mtodo Yardley- Pero eso- s,
el secrete) del xRo de todo m-
todo o tratamiento de belleza
es usar ios preparados apropia-
dos, seleccionados cuidadosa-
mente segn el cas* particu-
lar de cada cual y aplicar con*
venientemente conforme al m-
MEMORANDUM
COLON. Abril 19 Con gran
entusiasmo continan los pre-
parativos para la gran Feria de
Ileza, La Colonia Griega presen-
tai a en su pabelln una repro-
duccin exacta de tamao pro-
porcionado del ms clsico y
bello de los monumentos del
Mayo. El Comit Ejecutivo en i Mundo; el celebre Partenn. La
cumplimiento de lo ordenado en
el reglamento design como Di-
rector General de la Feria di
Sr. Antonio Ta gar putos, te-
niendo en cuenta que las activi-
dades del mismo se han desa-
rrollado dentro de la economa
colonense en el triple aspecto
de esta feria: agropecuaria, co- ores
merclal e industria!. Como Di-
rector Tcnico de todas las
construcciones que se realicen
en la Feri:i fue designado el
Ingeniero Arquitecto Sr. Eloy
Jan Ocafia. Ingeniero Munici-
pal.
Seguramente una de las par-
tes ms brillantes de la Feria en
el aspecto artstico ser la sec-
cin en que estarn los pabe-
llones d las Colonias Extran-
jera*. Varias de estas han de-
Colonia Espaola presentar un
bellsimo ejemplar de un "cor-
lijo andaluz" con la tpica ar-
quitectura propia de los cam-
pos de Sevilla, Cdiz y Crdoba.
El Comit Organizador de la
Feria recuerda a todos los ae-
industriales, comerciales
1 ganaderos y empresarios de es-
pectculos que han expresado
su Intencin de participar en la
Feria que la Secretara de es-
ta, est montada en el edificio
del Consejo Municipal. Acudien-
do de 9 a 12 am o de 1 1-2 a
S p.m. podrn solicitar all sus
contratos y en el campo de la
Feria pueden encontrar toda in-
formacin necesaria para esco-
nr sus puestos o pabellones.
Dado el escaso tiempo que que-
pasar por alto cierta injusticias rrotado a nuestros aliados? Si
cometidas en alguna! yiaclones
libres, no hay duda de'que el sis-
tema de libertad imperante en
el Occidente es el mejor; las me-
lons que sean imprescindibles
lo Abreu Gmez para dirigir ese
menester de la dlyulgacln.
Porque sera ridiculo caer en
el ditirambo sin freno, al que
es tan aficionada nuestra grey-
quiza sobren algu- Nunca resbalar en tal terre-
nos. Pero esto es lo que cons- I no Ermilo Abreu Gmez. Tam-
ta. | poco seria adecuado atiborrar
El prlogo, de Ermllo Abreu,estos cuadernos de semblanzas ',vlr
tal actitud adoptamos nos vere-
mos en un serio.-dilema por de-
cir lo menos.
Goraez, constituye una ojeada de una erudicin mazacote, que
sinttica de la ruta que ha se-
guido el cuento en Amrica he-
cha con soltura y acierto.
La semblanza literaria de Ho-
racio Quiroga, por Abreu O-
mez. se me antoja un trabajo
de primera calidad. Viva la na-
rracin, sugestiva, le ofrece ali americana, en su
lector un retrato del admirable | Filosofa, Letras y
La Unin 'hace la fuerza dice
el refrn. La accin colectiva de
los pueblos libres en estos pre-
cisos Instantes puede y debe dar
al traste con los planes Impe-
rialista y expansionistas de la
Unin Sovitica. La contribucin
de contingentes militares no se
debe hacer esperar. Las tropas
latinoamericana no deben ser-
solamente para emplearlas
signado ya el lote que han de | ?> P la Inauguracin de la
ocupar. Los plano.s de algunas
de estas construcciones, ya pre-
sentados han llamado la aten-
cin por su extraordinaria be-
Feria se ruega a todos que
cuanto antes realicen estas ges-
tiones.
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fcil mejorar.
Adase que la bibliografa
de Horacio Quiroga debida a
Bernice D. Matlowsky es,
hasta donde yo puedo juzgar,
muy completa.
Este cuaderno eleva la la-
bor de la Unin Panamerica-
na, ojal se multipliquen ta-
les trabajos, que, como apun-
t ms arriba, Influyen en la
cultura americana, la hacen
autntica. Y pocos como Ermi-
harian las pginas ilegibles.
Han de tener esta grada, esta
elegancia, esta agudeza, distin-
tivos de Ermllo Abreu G-
mez.
Que continen los cuadernos
estarcidas de la Unin Pan-
Divisin de
Ciencias, de
que no es | artamento de Asuntos Cultura-
les. Admirable tarea.
eji desfiles de operetas, ni para
ahogar las fuerzas oposicionis-
tas democrticas; deben ser em-
pleadas en alguna labor positi-
va como es la de defender al Oc-
cidente de laamenaza roja.
Li Argentina, cuyo gobierno
dictatorial alega ser. enemigo
del comunismo debe dar l pri-
mer paso; en lugar de ahogar la
prensa de oposicin, y en lugar
de perseguir a los elementos 11-
SE QUEMO?
Alivese con /o
FAMOSA Y
PURSIMA
D a
sus Manos
un Toque
Romntico
En uns noche estrellad* sus
manos tienen una
irresistible belleza romantics
. . Porque Ud. las conserv
suaves y besables con
Locin Jergens.
Suave como crema, la
Locin Jergens protege y sua-
visa. Contiene ingrediente, suavizante, que la piel absorbe
si instante, y que los mdico, recomiendan. No contiene
aceites, que slo cubren la piel. Apliqese
Jergens en los codos, lo. brasos y las piernas,
para darles delicada suavidad. Al igual de
las mujeres atractiva, en todas partes del
mundo, ue I'd. Locin Jergens, la
preferida para el cuidado de las manos.
Para unas Manos Adorables y Suaves.
Slo t&tVtOoA le permite "Elegir el Punto
Preciso para Su Estilo de Letra" entre la mayor
variedad de puntos de repuesto de todo el mundo
LOCIN JERGENS
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Apartado 322 Panam
El riNTI ES U FUTE
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con toda precisin bajo la. norma, mis aboolota. da
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JUEVES, ABRIL 19. 1951
JL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TEES
I
<
<
^ACxiilLLAS
Universitarias
P /e. 2>. w.
Decamos en nuestra nlti*
entrega ue tiempo ue e
dieran a canoeer la base pa-
ra entrar al concurao de aecas
para la Facultad de Medicina.
Pava dichas batea ya fueron
dadaa a la publicidad y abara
nosotros las reproducimos.
La Oniteraldad de Panam a-
bre concurso a becas para *
Escuela de Medicina de acuerdo
con la ley la. de 1M1. El con-
curso se abre el dia ' y ss cie-
rra el n a las 5 pjn. Loa in-
teresados deben presentar a w
secretaria los documentos si-
guientes:
a) Certificada de acimiento
del Registre CtL
b) Certificado da as ealta-
cienes durante sus eatudios
secundarlos y universitarios.
c) Capia fotosttica de sus di-
plomas. ,
) Tres retratos tamao 2 x ...
; Certificado de sa estada ci-
vil.
f) Llenar tres formularios aur
ae entregan en la Secretaria
de la Universidad.
Cualquier Info-macin adi-
cional puede conseguirse perso-
nalmente en la Secretaria de la
Universidad durante los das
hbiles.
Surge una grave pugna entre la
Pan-American Airways y la Grace
Las becas como se estipula
en te Ley en referencia sern
indicadas una por cada Pro-
vincia de la Repblica. Una ves
graduados loa estudiantes de
Medicina debern prestar ser-
vicios en el Interior de te Re-
pblica.
A pesar de los adelantos ene
se imprimen para 1a iniciacin
de tes cursos de Medicina an
no ha sida terminado y equi-
pado debidamente el edificio de
la Facultad. Es nuestra opinion
ae tes autoridades universita-
rias deben interesarse por jne
al comienzo de labores toda este
debidamente equipado. El estu-
dio de medicina requiera mu-
cha atencin de parte del alum-
no y no es posible que todo es-
t a medias cuando se inicien.
Que no suceda lo mismo que al
comenzar los cursas en te ciu-
dad universitaria, que los la-
boratorios adolecan de todo- y
no fue hasta el comienzo del
aegando semestre cuando pudi-
mos trabajar mejor en los la-
boratorios.
La primera acusa a sta de que
trata de adquirir el dominio
del servicio de aviacin
WASHINGTON, abril IB. (UP)
Las diferencias que desde
largo tiempo ae venan incu-
bando entre la Pan American
Airways y la W. R. Grace en
cuanto a las operaciones de Pa-
nagra, adquirieron mayor in-
tensidad al protestar la Pan
American ante, la Junta de Ae-
ronutica Civil "del intercam-
bio de equipos entre la Pana-
gra y la National Airlines con
el objeto que los aviones de
la Pansgra puedan volar, di-
rectamente, entre Nueva York
y Buenos Aires.
Los abogados de cuatro di-
rectores de la Pan American,
que forman parte de la Junta
de Gobierno de la Panagra, ca-
lificaron de "imposible desde
el punto de vista legal" el plan
de Intercambio propuesto y a-
cusaron los intereses navie-
ros de la Grace de tratar de
"dominar" el servicio areo en-
tre la costa oeste- de Sur Am-
rica y la costa Este de Es-
tados Unidos. Le, Pan American
y la Grace poseen cada una
50 por ciento de las acciones
de la Panagra.
La razn que se haya re-
novado la pugna entre ambas
compaas fue que el viernes
se anunci que la Junta de
Aeronutica Civil haba apro-
bado, en principio, el convenio
de servicio entre tres compa-
as de aviacin.
Segn el convenio, los aviones
de la Panagra volaran de Bue-
nos Aires a Tocumen va la
costa oeste de 8ur Amrica. En
Tocumen, el personal de la Pan
American se hara cargo de los
aviones hasta Miami, en don-
de el personal de la National
los tomara a su cargo en vue-
10 hasta Nueva York. Los pa-
sajeros no tendran que cam-
biar de aviones.
La Pan American desea tener
Intercambio en Miami con la
Eastern Airlines y no con la
National, y expuso a la Junta
de Aeronutica Civil que con
la Eastern darla "un servicio
completo en mucha mayor es-
cala del trnsito total".
Los cuatro directores de la
Pan American en Panagra di-
cen que la Grace posee 174,000
acciones de la National, y que
cualquier convenio con la Na-
tional "aliara una Panagra me-
dio lnconforme Intereses en ella de la Pan
American), y una Pan Ameri-
can completamente lnconforme
con una National dominada por
los intereses navieros de la
Grace".
Ganadores de la
rifa de vestidos
de bao 'Jantzen'
A continuacin ofrecemos los
nombres de aquellas personas
que ganaron en la rifa de los
vestidos de bao "Jantzen", e-
fectuado el lunes en la noche
en el Teatro Lux y que no es-
tuvieron presentes para dicho
acto.
Laura Urriola, Vistermosa No.
S1085.
Cynthia Assyn, Calle Cocl,
No. 60719.
Catalina Porras. Calle 43 No.
310736
Idalla Ecker, Calle la. Perejil
106P
Virginia Tar, Belisario Po-
rras No. 192. 1138.
Estas personas pueden pasar
Pasa de 1,650 el nmero de
estudiantes sur-americanos
en programa de intercambio
WASHINGTON, Abril (USISt
Mas de 1,650 estudiantes la-
tinoamericanos han recibido e-
ducacin en los colegios y uni-
versidades de los Estados Uni-
dos con la ayuda financiera
del Gobierno de ese pas desde
1944, de acuerdo con Informe
de la Oficina de Educacin de
los Estados Unidos.
En la actualidad, y durante
los ltimos cuatro aos, la par-
te correspondiente a EE. UU.
en el programa de canje de
estudiantes ha sido administra-
da por el Instituto de Educa-
por la oficina del Teatro Lux
a recoger sus premios.
Red Panamericana
tiene lot mejores
'Programas
Ya se encuentra aqu el Dr.
Manuel Moreno, Catedrtico de
Anatoma Humana de te Uni-
versidad de Pars, quien ha si-
da contratado per te Universi-
dad ie Panam para dictar el
curso de Anatoma en nuestra
Facultad de Medicina. El doc-
tor Moreno, segn se nos ha
informado, es el catedrtico de
carrera y sin lugar a dudas,
desarrollar una gran labor on
nuestra facultad. Dentro de po-
co esperamos entrevistar a es-
te distinguido catedrtico, asi
como a tedas los otros profe-
sores que guiarn les primeros
pasos de los pichonea de me-
dios de Panam.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
Rusia anuncia que complet
su plan quinquenal 9 meses
antes de la fecha sealada
MOSC, Abril 19 (UP)El GO-
blerno Sovitico anunci que se
ha completado el primer plan
quiquenal de la post-guerra
nueve meses antes de la fecha
lijada, sobrepasando considera-
blemente las varias industrias
lis cuotas que se les asignaron.
El Gobierno dijo en el infor-
me que se logr en exceso la
produccin asignada a las Indus-
trias bsicas del acero, metales
ferruginosos, petrleo, carbn,
elctrica y gas, y se restauraron
completamente las industrias
destruidas por la guerra. __
El informe dice que a pesar
de. haberse superado las cuotas
de produccin de equip elctri-
co, prensas de forjar metales y
maquinarlas para petrleo y pa-
ra cortar metales, no fu sufi-
ciente para dar a basto a las
crecientes necesidades de la eco-
Lm ejorditoa no toman
CARNOL
Loe flaquHoc d.
(La flaquita tambin)
noma Sovitica. Aade que la
produccin de materiales de
construccin excedi el nivel de
I te pre-guerra, pero ascendi a
tres por ciento menos de la
cuota fijada en el plan quinque-
nal.
Dijose en el anuncio que los
yacimientos de petrleo y car-
bn que fueron destruidos du-
rante la ocupacin alemana, ha-
bla sido enteramente restaura-
dos y su produccin actual exce-
de a la de antes de la guerra.
Anadise, empero, que. con la
explotacin de nuevas fuentes de
petrleo del Volga, el 44 por
ciento de la produccin petrole-
ra Sovitica se obtiene ahora
en las regiones orientales al otro
lado del Volga en Siberia y el
Asia Central.
El nmero de cabezas de ga-
nado vacuno en las fincas es hoy
un 40 por ciento mayor que en
1940. La agricultura ha sido ca-
si completamente re orzada
mediante la fabricacin en la
post-guerra de 536,000 tractores
y 63,000 mquinas que realizan
distintas labores. ,
Se aade que se cuenta hoy
con 121 por ciento ms de va-
gones ferroviarios que antes de
comenzar la pasada guerra mun
dial.
el perfecto toque final
para la belleza natural
Los polvos Yardley pan la car acrecientan la belles* de ni
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norma surtido da
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para Seoras
a precios altamente rebajados.
Vestidos un poco manchados
al bajsimo prscio de
1.95
Vestidos ds algodn lavables,
rebajados al muy redu-
cido prscio de
US
ellos Vestidos confecciona-
dos sn telas ds algodn y
otros bellos modelos en lindas
telas de seda. Se los ofrece-
mos a los bajos precios de
6.95 7.95 y 9.95
cin Internacional, bajo la Ins-
peccin de la Comisin de Edu-
cacin.
La Oficina de Educacin in-
forma que estudiantes de los
Estados Unidos han recibido
becas segn este programa las
cuales les han ofrecido facili-
dades de las universidades la-
tinoamericanas en las cuales se
han matriculado de manera
regular.
La mayora de estos estu-
diantes, sin embargo, han pre-
ferido dedicarse a actividades
independientes de investigacin
para tesis o disertaciones.
A continuacin se da la lista
de paises y nmeros de estu-
diantes que cada uno de ellos
ha enviado a los Estados Uni-
dos hasta el 30 de junio de
1950.
Argentina 105; Bolivia 54;
Brasil 350; Chile 1055; Colom-
bia 132; Costa Rica 61; Cuba
68; Repblica Dominicana 20;
Ecuador 57; El Salvador 30;
El Alcalde de Nueva York ha
proclamado el 19 de Abril
como "Da de Simn Bolvar"
FILETES
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parlante adiri.n.l.
O Caotral da tana ara la rartaclan
O Gablacta btea praparciaaaSa, aca-
bada d aaf.l
O Hacha aeclalmente para al clima
trapleal.
Alia valar a bajo coala
NUEVA YORK, Abril (USIS)
El Alcalde Vincent Impelli-
teri ha designado el 18 de abril
como "Dia de Simn Bolvar"
en la Ciudad de Nueva york.
En proclama lanzada al efec-
to, el Alcalde Impelllterl re-
cuerda "el legado moral, espi-
ritual y heroico de nuestro pro-
ceres en la era de la emancipa-
cin del Hemisferio Occidental
de la tirana colonial."
El 19 de Abril es el dia en
que se descorrer el velo que
cubre la estatua ecuestre de
Bolvar, la cual fu reciente-
mente trasladada de un punto
a otro del Parque Central de
Nueva York. El acto tendr lu-
gar en presencia de represen-
tantes de los paises americanos.
Guatemala 33; Hait 54; Hon-
duras 38; Mxico 122; Nicara-
gua 52; PANAMA 55; Paraguay
32; Per 131; Uruguay 52; Ve-
nezuela 58.
La proclama del Alcalde Im-
pelllterl dice en parte:
"La vida de Simn Bolvar es
la epopeya de la emancipacin
de seis hermanas repblicas y
su memoria es reverenciada u-
nlversalmente como un can
en la marcha de los pueblos dal
mundo libre y como un smbo-
lo de esperanza de los oprimi-
dos.
Bolvar, el Libertador, fu
el padre espiritual, y profeta
del panamericanismo, y fu el
quien hizo el llamado a la uni-
dad de accin en el Congreso
de Panam en el ao de 1828.
"Esta estatua del Libertador
ser de nuevo dedicada a los
altos propsitos de amistad y
solidaridad por el Gobierno de
Venezuela."
El Alcalde ha pedido a los
habitantes de Nueva York que
se asocien para honrar la me-
moria de este gran soldado, es-
tadista y adalid de la solida-
ridad interamericana."
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1L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
JUEVES, ABRIL II, 1961
El Sacerdote de Antn cobra
B. 100.00 por celebrar la
Fiesta de Santa Rita en Mayo
SANTA RITA, Abril, 19 (Es-
pecial) Gran descontento Da
provocado en esta localidad la
actitud del sacerdote de Anin
(,ulen se na negado a eelebiar
los oficios sagrados que todos
os aos se celeoran en ti.'a
poolacin con motivo de las
fiestas patronales.
En mencionado sacerdote ma-
nifeit enfticamente a los ie-
presentantes del Comit Ozo-
nizador de las fiestas que no
har los mencionados servicios
a menos que no se le paguen
3 100.00 y que de no aceptar
esta propuesta, tampoco per-
mitir que se lleve ningn sa-
cerdote de esta capital.
Los miembros de la Sociedad
Santa Rita se han sorprendido
ame esta actitud del sac.do-
te, pues cuando comenzaron a
celebrarse las fiestas aqu, se
cobraban B. 30.00 el ao pasado
se aument a B. 50.00 y ahora
resulta que se quiere cobrar B.
100.00 sin que se pueda expli-
car el motivo de este aumento
injustificado, sobre todo porque
la condicin humilde de los ha-
bitantes de esa localidad no es-
tn en comedones de hacur
esta erogacin.
Ahora el camino est mucho
mejor, y se puede Ir hasta 2a
misma poblacin en carro, se
'na traido una Imagen de Santa
Rita de Espaa para colocarla
en la capilla que ha sido cons-
truida con el esfuerzo de los
moradores de esta localidad.
CRUCIGRAMA -
. -
.
i
HORIZONTALES:
1Aprisco para el ganado.
h 6Pompa, ostentacin.
t3Seco, estril.
14Divisin militar.
"15Sin compaa.
26Viento suave.
17Adverbio de modo.
18 Ese otro.
20Crucero Ingls, famoso en
la Segunda Guerra Mundial
21Hijo de No.
23Apellido espaol.
14Terminacin de aumenta-
tivo.
}5AdverblA de lugar.
26Aparato Tiara rasar.
&Terminacin verbal.
0Recorrido de plartr.
32Saco o bolso. .
34Contraccin.
35Conjuntos de soldados.
37Villano.
38Nombre de mujer.
39Escuela Politcnica
Ecuatoriana, Inlc.
40 Extremidad de las aves.
41Bulto de heno.
43Clase de perros, Pl.
45Demostrativo.
46Aves corredoras.
47Sacrificio.
50Antifaces.
52Abrir huecos en la tierra.
53Del verbo amasar.
MOlor agradable.
VERTICALES:
1Igualdad de nivel.
2Rece, Inv.
3Alternativas.
4Distrados.
Articulo.
6 Aprietos.
7Conjuncin.
8Extremidad de las aves.
tLetra griega.
10Alcanza.
11Del verbo toser.
12Piedras semipreciosas.
16Prdida de tiempo.
19En otra hora.
20 Caldo muy espeso.
21Abrigo sin mangas.
22Can< mexicana.
24Rezasen.
27Jornadas.
28Ligero, suelto de movimien-
tos.
29Clara.
31Volcn de Italia.
33Elusivo.
36Vello muy fino.
38 Orilla de las calles.
41Mancha de la piel.
42Provincia de la India.
43Querer con amor.
44Conquistador de Siria.
46Letra griega.
48Adverbio de cantidad, Inv.
49Altar.
51Existe.
52Exclamacin.
SULl'LIUN DE ATES
c I u A S
A R 0 U A
t E M
u anr-ira nnn
FMij'i Linra nririn
Piari una nnnrnn
Para Fiestas ...
"EL POSTRE QUE
GUSTA A TODO
EL MUNDOI"
PAHL
HfGfEN/CO mUMRF- [
jMu sin foA a mi/!
Mi/faies pre/wen su Qm n&stonc&
i <^' "WMMf' Bat or .ra.i.v.1
Piden que se supriman las
cantinas en la regin de
la frontera con Costa Rica
CONCEPCIN, abril 17. (Co-
rresponsal Viajero) Las as-
piraciones de la zona fronteri-
za se resumen en la supre-
sin de cantinas y en el en-
vi de ms maestros, porque la
matricula est sumamente re-
cargada como sucede en la Es-
cuela de Montellrio, antiguo
Fabo de Gallo, donde un solo
maestro atiende ms de noven-
ta alumnos de primero y se-
gundo grados y otro mas de
setenta de tercero y cuatro.
En este lugar por lo menos se
necesitan dos nuevas unidades.
El Padre Seguirola
bautiz 182 Indios
en Caazas este mes
CA5AZAS Abril 18 (Coric-
ponsaK Meritoria labor a-
postlica cultural ha efectuado
el Reverendo Padre Francisco
de Segurla por la regln ind-
gena correspondiente a site
Municipio Desafiando distan-
cias y peligros trasladse a la
Eona Guaymi donde efectu
ciento ochenta y dos (182) bau-
tizos celebr matrimonios y pla-
tic con los indios sobre asun-
tos sociales a fin de orientarlos
por senda de una vida mejor
por primera vez en los anales
de la historia parroquial un
ministro de Cristo visita nues-
tros Guaymies, celebra misa en
tan apartados lugares y lleva
a cabo una misin de tipo re.l-
gioso social fellctamos sincera-
mente al Reverendo Padre Fran
cisco de Segurla por su probe-
uo espritu evanglico. Por su
abnegacin y por la noble ta-
rea emprendida a favor de nes
Iros olvidados Indios Guaymies
que tanto necesitan de la cultu-
ra y de la religin..
Recomendados para
la "Economlrka"
varios panameos
La Sociedad Economtrlca,
una Institucin destinada a pro-
mover el progreso de la teo-
ra econmica en sus relaciones
con las estadsticas y las ma-
temticas, con ~.ede en los Es-
tados Unidos y con ms de mil
miembros que representan a
ms de cuarentlnueve pases,
ha invitado a un grupo de pa-
quellas disciplinas a hacerse
El Secretario de la Sociedad,
seor William B. Simpson, de
la Universidad de Chicago, so-
licit candidatos a la Lniver-
sldad Nacional y a la seorita
Carmen Mir, Directora de Es-
tadstica y Censo de la Con-
traloria General de la Rep-
blica. Dada la circunstancia de
que la seorita Mir tiene a su
cargo la Ctedra de Estadstica
en la Facultad de Administra-
cin Pblica y Comercio de
nuestra Universidad, correspon-
di a ella hacer las recoman-
daciones para miembros y va-
rias de las personas-por ella re-
comendadas como la seorita'
Luisa E. Quesada, don Guiller-
mo Beleo C. y otros han re-
cibido ya Invitaciones para in-
gresar a la sociedad.
Las personas recomendadas
por la seorita Mir incluyen
un grupo de compatriotas de
los que ms se han destacado
en aquellas materias, como son
Osear Mller, Emilio Clare, Ja-
vier y J. N. Lasso.'de la Vega,
Guillermo Beleo C, Rafael E.
Zubleta, Eduardo McCullough,
Augusto Vives, Guillermo Ama-
va, Ana G. Casis, Ernesto Pl-
ate. Rub.n D. Carles Jr., Jo-
seph Harrington, M. A. Castro
Vleto, Jos M. Ramrez, Rogelio
HOY
PRESIDENTE
Aire-Acondicionado
UN ESTRENO QUE PERDURARA EN SUS RECUERDOS
A TRAVS DE LOS ANOS!
LA DULZURA DE UNA MUJER CONTRA
LA FUERZA BRUTA!
Una clida historia
de amor nacida del
choque entre un
hombre primitivo y
brutal, dominado por
el egosmo, y una
mujer de inmensa
dulzura, toda ella
generosidad...
Sil 116(16 est protegido contra irri-
taciones de la piel y salpullido,
cuando se le espolvo-
rea Talco Johnson para
nios. Es puro, suave,
refrescante. Lo mejor
para el nio... Lo me-
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Alfaro, Juan Rivera Z, Luisa
E. Quesada, Ricardo Jan Jr.,
Tornas Noriega, A. Guillermo
Arango, Manuel Soils P., Elsa
G. Valds, Juan Monterrey,
Braulio Vsquez.
Se otorgan becas
para estudiar en
la Escuela Ideal
COMUNICADO
Se informa a las siguientes
personas: Adela Quema, Edna
Judith Cuadra, Marina Moris,
Carmen Segura, Candelaria
Jan, Elsa Ayarza, Ana Casild*
Navarro y Emrita Mara t#1H-
lundo, que deben acercarse a
la Inspeccin Provincias de F-
(lucacln de Coln, acompaa-
das de sus acudientes, a fin de
celebrar los contratos poi la
escuela ideal No. 2, que regen-
ta la Educadora Doa Euloga
M. de Castro.
Asi mismo se Informa q;;e
quedan an dos becas para me
disteria. Los formularlos para
el nuevo concurso podrn soli-
citarse en este desparti de-ce
esta fecha.
Este nuevo concurso qued&r
cerrado el mircoles 25 de abril.
Coln, Abril 18 de 1951
'Barn de Arizona'
ser estrenada
en el Tropical
Historia de un str atrevido,
quien por codicia de dinero y
amor con una bella y peligro-
sa mujer, enga a su Gobier-
no; a las principales compa-
as ferrocarrileras del Estado
de Texas; al pueblo norteame-
ricano y av la Corte de Espa-
a!
Vida y pasin tie un audaz y Elian Drew.
falsificador de documentos his
trlcos que la hicieron dueo,
de la noche a la maana, de la
increble extensin de 113,000
kilmetros cuadrados de tierras
y una fortuna cercana a toa
300,000,000 de dlares.
Cuando se public la vida del'
supuesto "Barn de Arizona",,
en las pginas da la popular ]
revista norteamericana "Satur-
day Evening Post", en el ao
1949, la historia del audaz a*
venturero caus una gran sen-
sacin en al mundo intelectual.
Protagonistas: Vincent Pric
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LUX-Hoy
CON UD. ...No divul-
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Exquisita Joya Romntico-Dramtica de la Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer!
"Romance de Una Esposa
De nuevo en la pantalla los famosos esposos Miniver...
en una nueva historia de punzante dramatismo con
emociones todas nuevas\... La GARSON, madre y es-
posa, defendiendo el honor de su hija y ocultando en
su corazn un terrible secreto que la aniquila!... La
ms estupenda actuacin de una soberbia actriz, en el
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n
UCM prmntt
GREER GARSON WALTER PIDGEON
The Miniver Story
JOHN HODFlEO GENN
. CATHYO'DONNELL- REGINALD OWEN
* HENRY WILCOXON
TW fcwk laMr frern onoftwr man
A r.vol.d. Mtl MMxr > i
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MASt DO not mi M
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CECILIA- HOY
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ADEMAS:
Un drama de grandes emocio-
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"REY DEL RANCHO"
Un amor que se
Impones ante la
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con UNA MERKEL RAY COLLINS GLORIA HENRY
La pelcula que nos ensea la increble verdad "Los Arbitros
tambin son humanos"!... Una comedia que gozara toda la
familia... ES UN JONRON" CON LAS BASES LLENAS!.. '


JUEVES. ABB1L IB, 19*1
TANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDtPEIfDIENTI
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l:M El UUe Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:46 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Msica variada
4:30 Dedicatorias
:M Vibracioiie* del Air*
Nacbo Valdi
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
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7:00 Solos de rgano
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7:15 Mara, de Jorge Isaac
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7:30 El Radio Peridico
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7:45 Por los Senderos de la
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8:00 Ritmos populares
8:30 El Favorito de Hoy
8:45 Msica variada
9:00 Msica mexicana
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Un Buen Negocio
Programa BBC.
11:00 Variedad nocturnal
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MAANA VIERNES
A.M.
4:00 Buenos Das
6:03 El despertador musical
6:30 Noticiero RPA
7:00 Msica tpica
7:15 Espaoleras
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8:30 La Voz de Hoy
8:45 Acordes porteos
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11:30 Invitacin al baile
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REGIO ESTRENO!
Un drama intenso, humano,
una pelcula de vigoroso rea-
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desgarrante!...
Ms Bella y Ms
Seductora Que Nunca!
GRANDIOSIDAD
INSUPERABLES! (
..ero. RAFAEL GIL
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TROPICAL
- ESTRENO HOY -
Tandas: 1:00 2:53 4:58 7:00 9:00 p.m.
LA SENSACIONAL HISTORIA DEL
BARN DE ARIZONA
Ha surgido en la pantalla con tal violencia y esplendor
que se ha convertido en una de las ma fascinantes y
romnticas pelculas del ao___
Es
Atrevida...
Vigorosa.
Fuerte!...
**"sVNCENT PftlCE EllEnDreW
Mb IEULAH IONDI VLADIMIR SOKCHOFF REED HADLEY
ROKRT RARRAT TINA ROME RORIN SHORT MARGIA DEAN
.i un aiu.ienw- i..^...--. .i...l;..u-oikanu nutacuy-
tible... Ud. tiene que verlo!... El papel de magistrado
lo hace el veterano actor ROBERT BRRAT que acaba
de ser escogido para representar en la pantalla al GE-
NERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR!...
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 gran pelcula.
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero R.P.A.
12:30 Solos de rgano,
Lucho Azcrraga
por Pinturas Pabco
Magazine de
Hollywood
El reciente inters de Greer
Garson por la cria de ganado
vacuno de pura raza no se tra-
ta de algo nuevo en su familia
segn revel hace poco la po-
gular estrella de la Metro
oldwyn-Mayer.i quen aparece
actualmente en la cinta "Ro-
bantedeunaEsposa"^^^^^
Hablando de sus actividades
iresentes, la Garson explic que
a cria de ganado lanudo esco-
ce, de cuernos largos, era la
Deborah Kerr, quien se en-
frento a leones y tigrrs duran-
te el rodaje del film dr la Metro i
Goldwyn-Mayer "Las Minas deli
Salomn", y tambin se vio
frente a un toro salvaje en "Quo
Vadis" sin sufrir contratiempos,
tenia que Ir al Lago Arrowhead,
California, para producirse una
herida que la ha obligado a
permanecer en cama!
Mientras -esquiaba en aquel
lugar de recreo invernal, duran-'
te una vacacin de tres das en
compaa de su esposo, Anthony
Bartley, la actriz se cay, dlslo-
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candse seriamente el tobillo
derecho. Por este motivo, la lin-
de estrella tendr que guardar
cama durante varios das.
Esther Williams y Sally Fo-
rrest tienen talento comercial.
Puesto que Esther quiere perfec-
cionarse en el baile y 8ally en
la natacin, las dos estrellas se
dan enseanza mutua aprove-
chando los descansos entre es-
nenas de sus respectivas pel-
culas.
Burt Lancaster, a quien vere-
mos en la produccin Technico-
lor de la Metro-Golwyn-Mayer
-El Valle de la Venganza", era
un famoso acrbata de circo an-
tes de empezar su carrera en la
pantalla.
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
ENCIERREN A SUS GALLINITAS PORQUE YA HA LLEGADO EL GAVILN!
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11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
JUEVES, ABRIL II, 1M1
5=e?3?
NO hay mejor Vi para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nutstros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por caa
palabra adicional.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
*. Tit1I Ne 4
TaL !-WI
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
rut.** de
ruii
NOVEDADES MORRISON
At*. 4 de 'nlle
Tel. 14441
BOTICA CARLTON
Ase. Meleader 14.4H
TaL IMCala*.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla U Oeste Na. I
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "" Na II ruui
Ave. Ceatral 12-17 Calia
ll I T "
AMOVICHI: ature y amaHaa
aitra brillante. amaba 4. ntehe.
8.3.25 talen. Almacenes Treaida-
ti VINOINiClavaa. f lber* aera,
acara aeanal4o. Fir-Te (cartea
aislad.i aere cala* faaatl made-
et, leveferaae.. e.cusedei. ate. a
lee BNCiae mi* bajea a a aleta.
AGENCIAS GLOIALIS. Via Ital-
ia, lletaaAa a iaaa Frente. TaL
I-1I0I.________________
SE VENDE: lucubodoro elctrico.
Tal. 3-0255.____________________
SE VENDE: Cachorros pirro lobo
legtimos. T*l. 3-2690.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
Ofrecemos baile y alte lata frente al
mar. Precie: solomente B/.4 35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5a.
No. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SF VENDE:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
LIDAD. Sus 6 recamaros, 3 baos,
terrazas y grandes salones brin-
dan comodidad a numerosa fami-
lio. Situado en AVE. JUSTO ARO-
SEMENA No. 53, cerca o toda o
conveniencias. Para informes e ins-
peccin Home o: WOLFF Y CA.
LTDA., Calle 5.. 22, Tal. 2-2388.
SE VENDEN:Pasaje Pan-American
Airways y se aceptan reservacio-
nes en su nueva AGENCIA de Be-
llo Visto. Avenida Per 25. Ofici-
nas de COPA. Amplio lugar de
estacionamiento.
CUEROS LEGTIMOS
de tapicera
(americonoo>
69c pie cuadrado
RICARDO A. MIRO, S.A.
Tel. 2-3335. Calle 16 Este No. 4.
GANGA! Se vend* excelente bicicle-
ta. Colle 32 Este No. 6.
SE VENDE;50 pollos rojos, 3Vi
meses nacidas. Informes: Calle 41
N). 15. Tel. 3-0385.
El Conol de Panami ofrece en venta
bajo posturas selladas, que han de
obnrse a las 10:30 de la moona del
dio 2 de moyo de 1 951, uno gobarro
de ocero, dos compresores de aire, y
un tanque receptor de oir, situados
en el Bur Industrial de Cristbal. Po-
ro pormenores e inspeccin, telefo-
nese al Sr. A. A. Wh.tlock. 3-1826.
Se podrn obtener los formularios en
que hacer las posturos del Bur In-
dustrial de Cristbol, o del despocho
del Superintendente de Almocenes'en
Balboa, telfono 2-2777.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje.
Arreglos pera almocn consiste en
lo siguiente. 4 cremalleras croma-
dos para trajes, 2 maniques. 6
moides. cromado pora traies. 200
perches iplsticas, 150. cubiertas
pora trojes. Almocn leyce 182,
Ave. Central.
Acabamos de recibir cemento blanco,
cermica de color y vidrio verde
contra calor. Ci Dulcidio Gonz-
lez, Fbrica de Mosoicos. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8.
SE VENDE:Un estoblecimiento por
motivo de viaja: Colle 13 Salsipue-
des,' Casa 14, estoblecimiento 4,
Ponom.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje la
acreditada Barbera Europea. Ca-
lle 17 Oeste No. 70.
SE VENDE:Refresquerio y Aborro-
terria en Avenido "A" No. 48.
Pora informes llame- Tel. 2-0052.
SE VENDE:En "El Coco". San Fran-
cisco, lotes d* 600 y 700 metros a
B/.4.95 metro. Es la barriada ms
bonita de las afueras y vecindario
selecto. Vea duea en Via Porras
No. 66 o llame telfono 3-2407.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE: Espejo grande, como
para nio, meso pora caf, mesa
de caoba para t, meso poro bi-
blioteca, juego de comedor, bora-
to, Shrapnel, Cosa 1 50. Calle Pros-
pect. *e tele w Q u a r ry
Heights.
SE VENDE:Lujoso juego de rec-
mara. Precio original ft.650. Re-
golodo en B.225. Colle 34 No. 7.
SE VENDE:Juego de sola, cuero
tapizado, cos nuevo 8.150. Escri-
torio de Secretaria con silla gira-
toria B.35. Colle 32 No. 33. Tel.
3-3109.
SE VENDE:Cama completo, peina-
dora, estonte y mesita noche. Ca-
lle 9 Melndez ol lado del doctor
Gonzlez Barruntos. 8024, Apto.
1. Colon.
SE VENDE:Estufo Mogic Chif.
perfectas condiciones. Pr*cio rega-
lado. Tel. 3-0602.
SI VIN DIN:Di alien llantas
nueve 700x15. I lenes. Centi-
dad limitada. f conttructara Ne-
cenel. Ave. Pera 7. Tel. 2-0406.
SE VENDE:Acuario con 18 especies
de peces, suministros pora acuario.
Via Espaa No. I I frente Establo
Juan Franco.
SE VENDE:Gongo! Llontos buenos
usodos. 700x20, 750x20, 825x20,
900x20, 1000x20. 600x16. 900x
16, tinocos usados muy fuertes,
precios baratos. Ave. Central 196.
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Glodiolas en colores surti-
rlos. Jardn Berta, Calle 12 Oeste
No. 43. Tel. 2-1581.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
MANIJILO UD.
S0< a*r here
ms 7< per milla.
Carrea aseguradas.
Tel. 2-I99S Garaat Dies
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMM A/ATORIO
a.) Juss qua eaaeribe. Terrero del Cir-
cuit dos Panam, por medio del presente.
iu|ii aza
Al aefior GEORGF. WALTER MOSS.
c iym paradero aetitsl ss desconoce, pa-
i ue dsntro del trmino de treinta (SO)
is>s cor-lado*- desde la f-vh de la ultl-
I ta publi<**('i < sea a este Tribunal, por si o por mr-
*> de apoderado, a fin je aue haga
It Bus derecho* en el juicio de dvor-
. ;a> promovido en in contra por Agri-
I rata Mrquez, adv.rtiendoacle qae si asi
s lo hiriere dentro del trmino expresa*
s, ss le nombrar na defensor de au-
-ente eon quien se continuar e! juicio.
Por tanto, se f-ja el presente adicto
en lugar pab'ieo de esta Secretara, hoy
> oee de abril de mil novecientos cirt-
jenu y uno. y copias del mismo se
' atregan a parte interseas Tum su
sblicsein *, conformidad con la Lev.
El Juei.
El Secretario.
let fiel copla-
Panam. Abril 1* d mi.
Carlas Nn Ziiga
Srio.
Persianas Venecianas Ll'X
a B/.V.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 3-171
SE VENDE: Refngerodore General
Electric B/.150 se cambio por
una de kerosene. Ave. Central No.
97 altos.
bt ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local paro oficina
erribo del Teatro Centro!.
i ALQUILAN:Exclut.womente pa-
ra oficinos locles cntricos en le*
alto* da Avenido Central 44 a
precio* mdicos. Soliciten infor-
macin em Almacena* 5 y 10 con-
tuvo*.
SE ALQUILA:Locol espacioso poro
oficina o depsitos situado en lo
Avenida del Per No. 9. Infrmese
en la Ca. General de Seguros, S.A.
SE ALQUILA:La oficina y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por la
Co. Colgote-Palmolive-Peef con
cabida da ms de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente ol Estadio
Nacionol.'Infrmese: Wolff y Ca.
Ltde.. Calle 5o.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
LECCIONES
La Academia de Corte y Confeccin
tin* abierta la matricula para los
cursos de Corte y Confeccin. Es-
peciolidad en corte, olta costura,
bordado a mane y a mquina y
sastrera. Avenido "A" No. 30.
Tel. 2-2474.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITAUna muchacho jo-
ven y de buena presencia. Ocurro
Va Perros 218, d* 3 a 6 p.m.
solamente.
SE DESEA:Uno cocinero que sepa
su oficio. Debe dormir en el em-
pleo. Ave. Central 115.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera joven qu*
sapa cocinar y goce de buena so-
liid. Informes: F*rial, Avenida "B"
al lado entrado corros Bazar Fran-
cs.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo para los
oficios domsticos, que sepa la co-
cina. Debe dormir en coso. Calle
46 No. 19, Apto 5.
SE NECESITA:Empleada recomen-
dada pora lavar y cocinar, en
Avenida Ecuodor No. 12.
SE NECESITA:Una bueno cocinero,
que sepa disponer, no tiene que
dormir en, *l empleo. Campo Ale-
gre, Ave. Manuel Icaza 26.
SE NECESITA:Una empleoda que
sepa otgo de cocino paro dormir
en el empleo. 540-B Curund
Heights.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero que sepa
su oficio sin hijos, con referencias.
Buen suelde. Presentarse Colle 32
Este No. 27. De 9 o 12 de 2 a 5
p.m.
SI NICISITA:Una carguera en
experiencia. De ms de 20 anee
Tiene aue dermir en el emplee.
Ave. Bornee y Cali. 13. Cesa Ne.
45._____________________________
SE NECESITA:Mujer serio y hon-
rado pora cocinar y servicio de ca-
sa. Ave. 4 de Julio 19.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Operario pora tro-
boior con aire comprimido. Vio
Porras 130.
SE NECESITAN:Agentes vendedo-
res. Ocurra: Calle Jos Obaldia
No. .
SE NECESITA:Un muchacho pora
acomodar mercanca y limpieza.
Ave. Central 81.
Compaa Norte-americana mundiol-
mente conocida necesita dos jve-
nes panameos, con educacin se-
cundario, para aprender mecnica
especializada. Escriba al Apartido
1071, Panami, detallando edad,
calificaciones, e incluyendo foto-
grafa tamoo posaporte.
RECREACIONES
Goce de un clima agradable, casa
omueblodo con todo el confort en
Cerra Campana; tambin ca eritla da la playe en Sonta Ciare).
Llame Shrapnel Balboa 2820 o veo
ol cuidador all mismo.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet amueblado o
sin amueblar, 3 recmaras, sala,
comedor, 2 porchs, jardn, garage,
cuarto servicio con bao. Aero-
puerto Pal tilla. Calle 15 No. 115.
Tel. 3-2875.
Mac-Arthur
el avin de MacArthur "Ba-
taan" aterriz a la 12:31 de la
madrugada, slo ocho hora.* v
seis minutos despus de haber
salido de San Francisco, en don-
de se le brind un recibimiento
espectacular.
Muchos antes de que aterriza-
ra el "Battaan" Dequeos grupos
de importantes personales fue-
ron pasados entre las lineas de
soldados y policas. El General
Harry H. Vaugh se encont"1^
en el aeropuerto para darle la
bienvenida al General.
Las dos. estrellas de general de j
Vaughn fueron opacadas por
oficiales ms altos del Departa-
mento de Defensa, tales como el
Secretario de Defensa George C.
Marshall, el General Omar N.
Bradley, y tres miembros del Si-
tado Mayor.
Un comit de Republicanos del
Senado y la Cmara encabezados
por Joseph W. Martin Jr. v Ken-
neth S. Wherry se apresuraron
a dar la bienvenida al hroe de
Batan. Muchos viejos amigos
del General estuvieron presentes
tambin. All estaban el ex-Em-
bajador en China Patrick: J. Hur-
lev y el General Jonathan M.|
Wainwrght, quien qued al co-
mrmdo de las tropas del Pacifi-
co cuando el General MacArthur
tuvo que sa'ir de B-*'n.
Cera de 500 periodistas, fot-
grafos, narradores y operadores
de televisin se encontraban
presentes tambin, cuando el
"Batan" lleg a la rampa.
El avin del General MacAr-
thur terrizo con nueve minutos
de adelanto dirigindose por las
pistas de carretaje hacia el ter-
minal areo aue se encontraba
inundado de luces. La primera
en salir del avin fu la esposa
del General, seguida de cerca por
el General y su hijo.
El Genera) Marshall se adelan-
t para estrechar la mano del
General MacArthur, siguindole
los miembros del Estado Mayor y
el Genera] Vaughan.
El presidente Truman no se
encontraba presente. Tanto l
como au esposa fueron a un cine
temprano en la noche, regresan-
do a la Casa Blair.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento muy
ventilado de dos recmaros sala-
rnmedor, cuarto de servicio y ga-
rage. Calle 2o. Perejil No. II.
Ocurra telfono 3-0533 e en apar-
ta minios altos de la misma casa.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILAApartamento, 2 re-
cmaros, sala-comedor, 8/.55.00
lave. 85 Avenida Cuba.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos de 2
y 4 recmaros-sala, comedor y ser-
vicio. Calle 45 No. 5 altos.
SE ALQUILAN: A p o r t omentos,
B.30.00. B.35.00 y B.50.00. Poro
informe (Oficina Gelaberti. Tel.
2-0364.--
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, salo, recmara, comedor, coci-
na, bao y patio. Ave. Jos de F-
brega No. 14. Pasadena.
SE ALQUILA:' Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
coda uno, solo-comedor, cuarto de
empleodo, instalacin agua calien-
te, en bueno vecindad. Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto 4. Telfono
3-0815.
SE ALQUILA:Un apartoment de
madero* planta baja en San Fron-
cisco B.35.00. Tel. 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de 3
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Ave. Central No.
125. Tal. 2-3491.______________
^iTalquila
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omueblodo
con telfono y comodidades poro
persona exigente. Calle 43 No. 43.
Apto. C.
SE ALOUILA:Un cuorto amuebla-
do con entrada independiente. Ca-
lle Estudiante No. 73. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA-Una pieza o pareja
responsable en Calle 7a. No. 11
segundo alto.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto en Calle
lo. El Cormen. Lime ol telfono
3-2436.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Por B/.2.000.00 con
facilidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos puer-
tas, con llantas blancas, cubre
asientos y con 6500 millas reco-
rrido*. Infrmese con Arias en el
2-2322 por las moanos.
ISPICIAL
Pick-up Interneclenel 1949, I tan.,
pintura nueva, may Buenas llan-
ta, en perfecto* caadicienes. Sa-
lomante I 1.1 00.00 Venga a ver-
le. CIVA. S.A. Avenida Jas *ren-
ciaca da la Osea Na. 14. Telerene
2-0170 Paaem.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Anillo oro de hombre en
Teotro Amrica. Gratificacin. Vs-
quez (Corraos de Coln!.
Aviso Judicial
BDICTO EMFLAZATOBIO
Aviso Judicial
ROGELIO AVILA PINZN
Notario Poalieo Tareera del Circuito
s Panam, con cdgla de identidad ar-
sons. Humero 47-1119,
CERTIFICAD
Q i las srWaa UBALDfNO CORREA
Y MIGUEL ANGfcL MORENO CORR:A
han constituido la sociedad colectiva da
comer.* ds responsabilidad limitada
CORREA MORPNO CORREA. CCli-
PAftlA LIMITADA*, ron domicilio an
Sabana* ran de. Disrito y Provincia de
Loe Santas, y can on capital da B.I0.000
aportado por {suplas partes.
La aoeiadad Uan par objetos princi-
pal** dedicarse a la compra j venta ds
artculos nacionales y extranjero!, fabrl-
caclon da jabn; transports da cerra,
pudisndo dedicarse a coalauler otra en-
ea ds licito comsrco;
El trmino da do rae ida at da 10 sRot
prorrosrabise a voluntad de ai partos :
La administracin ds loa neaoclas de
la sociedad queda a carro dal aacio
Mlruel Aarel Moreno Correa, y al uso
da la firma eoclal a carro ds ambos
aorios. conjun lmanle.
Todo lo cual consta an la Ecrtur
Til* de 1C de Abril del afto 19*1. st
tendida sn la Notara a en carga.
Pana "- K-il U ds Hit.
ROGEI O AVII A P-
tistaria Publica Tareera.
KI aue acriba JUEZ PRIMERO DEL
CIRCUITO DE COLON, por ata msdio
CITA al seor JOHN VICTOR CARTER.
\ nortsamsricano. portador d la cdula
ds Identidad personal No. S-12486, pr-
ndenle v representante lera! de la 'BA-
RU LAND COMPANY. B.A/\ para ua
dentro del trmino d treinta (SO) dias.
contados a partir da la ltima publica-
cin de este edicto, comparezca por el
o por medio de apoderado a haceras or
sn la solicitud hecha ante eats Tribunal
por el ssftor STANLEY GRAY80N. pa-
ra que se ordena la convocatoria de la
Asamblea General da Accionfatae de la
BARU LAND COMPANY. 6.A.
Sa advirete al emplatado John Vctor
Carter, que ai no compareciera a esta
Despacho, por ai o por medio da apo-
derado a hacerse or. en la solicitud he-
cha por el eenor (ira y son. dentro dal
trmino arriba indicado, ae le designar
un defensor de auaente, con quien se
continuar la tramitada* da la expre-
sada solicitud.
Confnrrae lo ordenan loa artculos
47) y 471 dsl Cdiro Judicial, se fija el
presenta edicto en hirer visible de la
becretar* del Tribunal hot dies (It)
de Abril de mil novecientos cincuenta 7
uno (I91). por el trmino da treinta
(S*> das y espise del mismo as ponen
a diapoaiein do la parle Interesada pa-
ra an publicacin cob lea formalidades
da Lar.
El Juor
C.uiIlerms Zarits
El Sdvreta.ic
(Pda.) J... A. Car r.11.
Ea fiel copia ds au crismal,
Cals. Abril 10 da HU.
Jead A Carril..
Secretario,
AVISO
Nuestra Sucursal ha si*
do trasladada al Almacn
Principal situado en Calle
16 Este No. 4.
RICARDO A. MIRO.
S.A.
Telfono 2-3335
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TUBERA
ACCCESORIOS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ae. Central 19Tel. J-014
Cerraduras
Yale y Cor bin!
Escaleras de 8'
de aluminio!
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calla 16 Este No. 4
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Barraza defiende
Educacin aprobado en princi-
pio para este ao sobrepasa los
ocho millones de balboas y el
de Salubridad esta muy cerca de
los seis millones, o sea que ei 47
por ciento de las entradas glo-
bales de la Nacin se han dedi-
cado a Educacin y Salubridad.
SI ello es asi. naturalmente que
los restantes Presupuestos de
los Ministerios debern recor-
tarse en forma drstica si- que-
remos realmente llegar a la ci-
fra tope de los treinta y un mi-'
llones y medio como Presupuesto
General. Por ello ei Presupuesto
de Obras Pblicas que en 1950
alcanz a 4.825.431.18, este ao
ha sido aprobado definitivamen-
te en 3.970.000. El d Gobierno
y Justicia que se aprob ayer
debi igualmentar ser castiga-
do con reducciones drsticas y
de all la Idea ma de eliminar
las partidas destinadas al man-
tenimiento de la Policia Secreta,
que no es lo mismo que la all-1
minacin de la Policia Secreta {
que no es atribucin que corres-
ponde a la Comisin Legislativa;
Permanente. Ello, desde luego, i
est Indicando que si las entra- -
das fiscales de la Repblica me-
joran en el transcurso del ao
notablemente, es potestativo del
rgano Ejecutivo solicitar un
crdito Extraordinario a la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente
para pagar los gastos que de-
mande el funcionamiento de esa'
oficina v posiblemente esa Co-
misin podra otorgar ese cr-
dito. "
el pas seria tanto como desco-
nocer los servicios de la Polica
Nacional, que dgase lo que ae
quiera, son hoy, los ms decidi-
dos garantes del orden pblico
y de la tranquilidad de los aso-
ciados".
"Co comparto la opinin le-
gal de quienes aseguran que el
Presupuesto debe discutirlo la
Comisin Legislativa conjunta-
mente con el rgano Ejecutivo,
dndole a asta frase el termino
acomodaticio que quieren darle.
La Corte Suprema de Justicia
en sentencia preferida el 31 de
Octubre de 1949. decia: 'El or-
dinal 5 del artculo 123 de la
Constitucin establece que en
la. expedicin del Presupuesto,
en el caso de que trata el ordi-
nal 21 del art. lig conocer con-
juntamente la Comisin Legisla-
tiva Permanente y el Ejecutivo,
porque a ste le corresponde
presentarlo a la Comisin con
jas alteraciones obligadas por
las circunstancias y a la Comi-
sin le corresponde aprobarlo
con facultad para modificarlo".
'No cabe pues entender que lo
que dispone el ordinal 5 del ar-
tculo 123, es que el Ejecutivo y
la Comisin Legislativa Perme-
nente acten conjuntamente
para dictar / el Decreto que
aprueba el Presupuesto que es
funcin exclusiva de la ltima.
"Correspondiendo a la Corte
Suprema la Interpretacin de
la Constitucin y no existiendo
una ley especial al respecto, es
claro que la actual Comisin Le-
gislativa Permanente est ajus-
fando sus procederes a los ms
exigentes principios legales."
"Debo anunciar Igualmente,
que recortes subtanclales sern Un decreto Sobre
hecho hasta donde ello sea po-
sible en los Ministerios de Agri-
cultura. Hacienda y Relaciones
Exteriores.
"Tratar de inmiscuir la polti-
ca en estas actividades de la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te es Infantil pues los dos dipu-
tados liberales que hay en esta
comisin, ni el Partido Liberal,
tiene inters alguno de que fun-
cione o dele de funcionar la Se-
creta. Pretender que con la eli-
minacin de ese Departamento
se va a enseorear el caos en
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tivo de Educacin:
> a) Toda reincidencia en fal-
ta que haya sido ya.castigada
con multa de acuerdo con el
Articulo lo.;
b) Los Irrespetos a sus su-
periores por escrito o de hecho.
c) La eonducta Inmoral o in-
compatible con la tica edu-
cacional. '
d> La violacin de la prohi-
bicin contenida en el Artculo
128 de la Ley 47 de 194; y
e) El abandono del puesto,
pero en este caso la suspen-
sin ser por todo el resto del
ao lectivo de acuerdo con el
Articulo 144 de la Ley 47 de
1948.
Articulo 4o. Habr lugar
tambin a la Imposicin de la
pena de suspensin en los ca-
sos previstos en el Artculo 141
de la Ley 47 de 1948. En estos
casos la suspensin se aplica-
r de plano tan pronto llegue
a conocimiento del superior la
falta cometida por el Inferior,
pero ste podr reclamar con-
tra la suspensin impuesta, de
acuerdo con ,el Articulo 142 de
la Ley citada.
Articulo 5o.Tanto los miem-
bros del personal docente comp
del administrativo sern desti-
tuidos de sus cargos si cometen
las siguientes faltas:
a). Toda reincidencia en fal-
ta que haya sido castigada con
suspensin o traslado, segn el
Articulo 3o.;
b) Cuando, Impuesta la pe-
na de suspensin en los casos
del Artculo 141 de la Ley 47 de
1948, se compruebe plenamente
la comisin de la falta que dio
lugar a ella;
O Cuando se presente un
cargo contra un miembro del
Tendrn una reunin
los empleados de la
Z. del Canal maana
La Sociedad de Panameos
Empleados en el Canal de Pa-
nam tendr una reunin ma-
ana Viernes 20 del presente a
las 7 de la noche en la Escuela
Justo Arosemena, situada en
Calle 17 Oeste y Calle X.
En esta reunin se tratarn
asuntos de suma Importancia
para los obreros de la Zona del
Cans, y es por eso que el Pre-
sidente de la Asociacin, Sr.
Juan V. Espiazzano encarece la
asistencia de todos los miembros.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
%$
,a*V -u\a%

personal docente- i admii\Ktr
tivo del Ramo de Educacin, f
el superior ante quien se pre-
sente la denuncia o queja na
proceda Inmediatamente con-
forme a lo establecido an los
Artculos 129 y 130 de la Ley
47 de 1948.
Articulo 6o.Tienen compe*
tencla, para Imponer a aus In-
feriores las penas a que esta
Decreto se refiere;
a) Los directores de Escue-
las Primarias; j
b) Los Inspectoras Provin-
ciales: t
c) Los directores de escuelas
secundarlas; y .
d) El Ministro de Educacin.
Articulo 7o.Las resoluciones
por las cuales Impongan pe-
nas los directores de Escuelas
Primarias deben ser aprobadas
por los Inspectores Provincia-
les; y las resoluciones por las
cuales Impongan penas los Ins-
pectores Provinciales y los di-
rectores de Escuelas Secunda-
rias deben ser aprobadas por ei '
Yinistro de Educacin, de a-
cuerdo con el Artculo 138 de la
Ley 47 de 1946.
Articulo -).No obstante la
dispuesto en los dos Artculos*
anteriores, la pena de destitu-
cin slo puede ser aplicada*
por el rgano Ejecutivo, de a-
cuerdo con el Articulo 138 da
la Ley 47 de 1946.
Artculo 9o.Siempre que sea
necesario efectuar un traslado) L-
de cuajquier empleado del Ra-
mo de Educacin por las cau-
sas que seala el Articulo 127
de la Ley 47 de 1946, se le da-,
r un avls,o previo de cinco dias,
dentro de los cuales deber pre-
sentarse a ocupar su puesto en,
el lugar. para el cual ha sido'
trasladado.
El empleado trasladado tiene
el derecho de hacer uso de esta .
trmino, para los arreglos de su
traslado. r
Articulo 10Para la Inves-
tigacin y calificacin da la*
faltas contra la moral o la ti-
ca, se tomar en cuenta tantm
la vida pblica como la vida
privada de los educadores, paral
lo cual los superiores lnmedia- .
tos tendrn siempre la obliga-)a ,
clon de Investigar e Informar a- R
sus superiores.
Artculo 11No se considerar!
como destitucin o remocin la-
cesanta de un empleado del *
ramo, causada por supresin o
eliminacin del cargo que des-
empea.
Artculo 12Hn cumplimiento))
de la obligacin que el Articu-
lo 174 de la Ley 47 de 194*
Impone a los directores de lea I
Eseuelas de Educacin Secun* *
darla, de velar por la orienta-
cin y la eficiencia del proce
so educativo, dichos directorc
procedern de acuerdo con la t
indicaciones e instrucciones qu
reciban del Ministerio de Edu-
cacin, i
Articulo ISTodo maestra
que desee ausentarse temporal-
mente en casos especiales. o>,
por lotivo d* enfermedad com->
probada, de la comunidad don-1
de est ubicada la escuela, f
en los casos de dfas de asue-
to, deber hacer la solicitud*
correspondiente por escrito afa
respectivo Inspector Provincial,! 4
quien resolver la solicitud se-
gn los mritos del caso. Loa
Inspectores Provinciales infor-
marn al Ministro de Educa-
cin, dentro de las veinticuatra1
horas siguientes, de todo per-'
miso que otorguen de acuerdo
con ese Articulo.
Artculo 14 Sern separado* .
de sus cargos: Los que sufran
enfermedades contagiosas, has-
ta cuando presenten un cer(,f'-
cado mdico de buena salud)
que los capacite para ejercer ;
las funciones que desempea*
ban en el servicio docente o
administrativo. ,
Artculo 18El procedimien-
to a seguir pera la aplicacin.!
de las penas a que este De-
creto se refiere ser el estable- ,' ,
cldo en los artculos 129 y si-
guientes de la Ley 47 de 1948.
Comuniqese y publiquese.
Dado en la ciudad de Pana-,
m. a los 19 das del mes da
abril de mil novecientos cin-
cuenta y uno.
Ude.) Araaife Arias
El Ministro de Educacin. >
Cristbal Adn de Urriola
Aviso Judicial
<
AVISO DC REMATl
El amerito Secretario del Justado ?r,
m.ro Municipal del Diatrito de Calda,
an funcione da Alfuacil Ejecutor,
AVISA AL PUBLICO:
Que aa ka leftalado lae hora, hbilea
del da diei (11) da Maro venid.-,
idera.
l*
O.Of
I
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece el Art. 777 del C-
digo de Comercio, aviso al p-
blico que por medio de la
Escritura Pblica No. 593 de
Abril 18 de 1951 de la Notarla
Segunda del Circuito de Pa-
nam, he comprado al seor
JESUS GONZALEZ CARVA-
LLEDA el establecimiento co-
mercial de su proDledad de-
nominado "FIOURINA", el
cual funciona en el No. 43 de
la Avenida "B" de esta ciu-
dad.
Panam, Abril 18 de 1051.
MANUEL PEREZ ALLO.
para que ae verifique el remata d
hienea retenido en eata accin de lan,
menlo con retencin de bienea pro-1
pneira por Pablo E. Prado contra Aaua-
tin Blair y Ferfunaon. Lo bienea ea
eaeetlea ion loa ae a coaliaaacin e
,1.1.II.n:
I.Sill de barberl. marca ,
-TBB > A. KOCHB" ......B'IOe
I.Silla de barbera, marca
"KOBEN* ...............
1.Silla da barbera, marca
"KORr.'N" (en mal eaudo)
1.Lampar "NEON" da
l.loraao ................
1.Abanica elctrico, atarea
NIHEL" (re.nlar tamao)
1_ Estantera de barbaria can
dos aapejoe redandoa- ....
2Sill parada en mal estada
(B .2 00 col ..........
I.Meeita de caoba .........,
1.Mqoina da pelar No t.
en mal astado ............
1 Tanque para aaua aliente
para uso de la barbaria .. .
l.t, 1
.sos' '
ie
2.0.
I.M
e.ot
Total ............../..
La base par el remata es la auma de m
DOSCIENTOS CUATRO BALBOA
(B/.2.4.00I. ue ea la qua la ha sida |
alienada a los bienes descritos por me-
dio de peritos. Sari postura admisible la'
qua cubra las dos tareeras (t/S) partea
da la base sealada para el remate, pre-
via eoneivnacin del cineo (If.) pop
ciento de dleha basa, aa la Secretaria'
del Tribunal.
Slo ea admitirn posturas aaata lea'
cuatro It) de la tarda del da eena-l
lado para al remate. deeda asa bora,
aa adelaate, baila lae cinco (ti de la
tarde del mismo da. aa oirn las pujad'
y repujas.
Fijada ea la ciudad da Calda a l-e
trece (ll) laa del mes de Abril de mi
noverientoo ciacuenta y una (1.111.
KI Secretario en funcionea da
Alfuacll Ejecutor.
(Fde>.) id. ALTAMMANDA VlDAls es .
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iLtfVS, ABRIL 19, 1851
CL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETi
'

Informe* para esta seccin se reciben en la
'educcin Social
de- EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 1-3182
HORAS! 8:0 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 1M
Recepcin
El Excmo. Seor ProeMente da
la-Repblica Dr. Arnnlfo Arlas
y seora Ana Matilde L. de Arlas
ofrecen hoy una reeepeln en el
Palacio Presidencia de 6 p.m. a
8 p.m. en bono* del Comandan-
te de la Fuerza Area del Cari-
be. Brigadier General Emll C.
Kiel y seora.
Barbacoa
Para agasajar al seor Vicen-
te Aristegul y seora Carmen
Andreve de Aristlgue, quienes
se .encuentran pasando una cor*
ta.temporada entre nosotros, la
seorita Ana Lucrecia Arlas
ofreci anoche un bulet Infor-
mal en s residencia.
Participacin Se Matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio del a seori-
ta Mara Ernestina Snchez, hi-
ja de 8.E. el Embajador de Ni-
caragua, seor Eloy Snchez y
seora con el caballero Teddy
Galen Keller; hijo del seor
Hubert O. Keller y seora, acto
que se verificar el domingo
veintids de abril a las 8 p.m.
en la Igleala de Crista Rey.
Cunlo de Residencia
El seor Crede H. Calhourn y
seora han trasladado su rest-*
dencia a la calle Colombia No.
18 en Bella Vista, en donde se.
Donen a las rdenes de sus amis
tades. ,
Paseo Campestre
_ E^Jamaan^de^^eAbrll,
MISA DE REQUIEM
* dir en la Islote Catedral el
ftakado II de Abril i I l:N a.m.
por el cierna Caacan. Sal alma
da la que en vida le llam
TERESA LEMOS
DE DURANTE
l Sw- poso Juan B. Durante agra-
/-tterrr la asistencia a este acto
piadoso.
Colea, Abril IS de U51.
a
la hermossima finca que en
. Nuevo Emperador poseen el li-
cenciado Don David Robles y
su esposa Doa Maria E. de Ro-
bles, fue alegrada con la pre-
! sencla de las personalidades que
1 formaron la Peregrinacin del
Ao Santo.
Invitacin especial de los es-
posos Robles, para dar una fies-
(ta que les result magnifica;
para que los Reverendos padres
1 Serrano y Prada bendijeron la
casa y para celebrar asi el cum-
. pleaos del Sr. Robles.
Finca situada en una precio-
sa altura, donde el viento re-
fresca tenazmente; rosas por do-
quiera; hamacas; y todo lo que
I Inspira alegra en estos paseos
; campestres saludables y sanos.
Desde que llagamos tuvieron
, los anfitriones atenciones de to-
do genero; abre-bocas; licores
i variadsimos; cerveza ensaladas
y en plena tarde, magnfico
.sancocho de gallina, lechona,
i pavos asados y todo cuanto ha-
laga el paladar.
El buen fotgrafo Carlos Mon-
tufar sac vistas de tan simp-
tica fiesta, que ojal se repita,
Asistieron: Reverendos Padres
Serrano y Prada; don Luis E.
Urfbe y Doa Maria Isabel Aran
go de Urlbe; don Miguel Core
y Doa Alicia de Core; don Al-
fredo orlllac y su esposa seo-
ra Raquel A de Orlllac; Don
'Roberto Van Horde y su esposa
Doa Cecilia de Van Horde; Do-
a Licha M. de Sosa y Doa Ma-
ra de Martlnelll; Don Domingo
Daz Q. y su seora esposa do-
a Ester" de Daz, Doa Nina
Mastellari; doa Martina Ee-
qulvel de Pouger; las seoritas
Judlt Parada. Mary TVanceschi
Marta Jorge, Nimia Bonilla, Bet-
sy Gutirrez, Luln Senz, Isabel
Brid. Delia y Lola sosa, doa
Chichi Strunz de Daz, la seori-
ta Enriqueta Morales y otras
personas que no recordamos.
Fiestas as|, alejran y entu-
siasman la monotona capitali-
na.
I La Pereg rinacla Martima a
i Roma festeja m ier. Aniversario
La peregrinacin panamea
que hizo viaje por la va marti-
ma a Roma con motivo del Ao
Santo celebrar una misa de
accin de gracias el domingo 22
a las 7 a.m. en la Santa iglesia
sla de La Merced, la cual aera
oficiada por el Rvdo. Padre Me-
ga organizador y Jefe de la
misma.
Por este medio se avisa a to-
dos los peregrinos tanto de la
ciudad como del interior de la
Repblica, para si desean con-
currir a ella.
Reunin de la Guardera Infantil
- Se cita por este medio a to-
das las damas de la Guardera
Infantil del Club InterameticaV
no de Mujeres, para una reu-
nin muy importante que ten-
dr lugar maana viernes a las
S p.m. en la residencia de la
: seora Gladys M. de Mir en la
calle Colombia No. 14. Se supli-
ca la puntual asistencia de to-
: das.
BRILLANTE FUE LA RECEPCIN DE LA ES SO. Una brillante recepcin ofreci la Esso
en honor del Presidente de la Repblica, doctor Arnulfo Arlas y seora ayer en el Club de
Golf. Aparecen en la foto do lioulerda a derecho: la seora de Pac Rodrigues, el Gerente
Pac Rodrigue*, el seor Ricardo Brln, del Protocolo, el Edecn Angulzola, el Presidente doc-
tor Arnulfo Artas, la seora do Morris y la esposa del Jefe del Estado.
Para Sur Amrica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios aos entre nosotros, regresa
hoy a Chile el Secretarlo de la
Embajada de Chile en Panam,
seor Alfonso Vicua Ossa. Lo
despedimos atentamente.
Para Centro Amrica
Despedimos cordlalmente a la
seora Teresita de Pool de Sol,
quien despus de haber pasado
varios das en Panam, regre-
s ayer a San Salvador.
Para los Estados Unidos
Deeped unos ai seor Ouy Ca-
navagglo, quien sigui hoy para
Nuevo Orleans por la va airea.
De Sur Amrica
Regresaron ayer de Sur Am-
rica en donde pasaron una tem-
porada el enor Enrique Alberto
de la Ossa y seora. Los salu-
damos.
seor Rogelio Garca de Pare-
des y seora Olga A. de Garca
de Paredes, quienes cumplen
hoy dos aos de casados.
Celebran en ata fecha el
primer aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Roberto Sol y se-
ora Teresita de Pool de Sol.
Lea enviamos nuestras felicita-
ciones .
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seor Aristides Romero Jr.
Nia Marcela Elaenmann Gri-
mas.
Nio Jorge F. Boyd Heath
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ESCUELA PRACTICA DE COMERCIO
LIBERTARIA DE HELO y 0ASTON FARAUDO P,
Directores Profesores
Cursos de Perito Comercial Secretariado. Contabilidad,
Estenografa Gregg, Mecanografa, Ortografa y Redaccin,
Aritmtica Comercial, Ingls.
CURSOS SUPERIORES: Contabilidad Avanzada,
TaquimecanoRrafa y Problemas de Auditoria.
MATRICULAS ABIERTAS S P.M. a S P.M.
LAS CLASES COMENZARAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
Avenida A No. 4K Telfono 2-2921
Aniversario de Matrimonio
FollolUmas cordlalmente al
CUMPLE ANOS DE HOT
m-
Celebra hoy su cumpleaos, la
seorita Sara SotiUe, Coordina-
dora General del Magisterio Pa-
nameo Unido, y uno de los pa-
ladinos en la tacha por man-
tener las conquistas logradas en
la Ley Orgnica de Educacin.
La seorita Botillo, ha tenido
sealada actuacin en todos loe
ultimo movimientos educativos
del pas, y ha sido el alma de
la Asociacin Magisterio Pana-
meo Unido, una do las ms
poderosas organizaciones de edu
cadores con que cuenta I pais.
El Panam-Amrica, enva por
este medio an cordial saludo a
la seorita Sotillo.
Lo Perfecto...
PARA lOMODIDA
Y AJUSTE PERFECTOS
Y IVA SILUETA SEDUCTORA
Con razn mat nwjeret prtfitrm Formfil a cualquier
otra marca! Ya sea usted alta o baja, corpulenta o
menudo, al usar Brassiere y Faja Life, de Formfil,
tiene la seguridad de que le sienta a perfeccin y le
permite amplia libertad de movimientos ... A la ves
su diseo especial conserva el busto erguido, juvenil,
dividido reduce la cintura y las caderas .. .alisa
d contorno. Recuerde que slo es los Brassieres y
Fajas Life se halla el diseo Formfit par amoldas
levanta*sostenaaco*ftECia. Al ponrselas
ver qu elegancia dan a su cuerpo aunque lo baya
descuidado . cmo lo transforma en una silueta
encantadora I
De trntm en toa buena, tienda*
rma roaMrn cumpa, cnctio > usa toaa
E.U. desea pronto
el tratado de paz
con los japoneses
TOKIO, Abril (USI8) El
Embajador John Foster Dulles
ha asegurado al Japn que los
dirigentes norteamericanos se
mantienen firmas en su deter-
minacin de celebrar pronto un
acuerdo de paz de conformidad
con las normas ya anunciadas.
Dulles, quien es representan-
te especial del Presidente Tra-
man en el asunto del tratado de
paz con Japn, reiter la posi-
cin de loa Estados Unidos al
iniciarse una nueva serte de de-
liberaciones con loa dirigentes
Japoneses en relacin eon el pro-'
yectado tratado. ,,
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Liona de Sears
Lie. Manuel Marta Valds
Seor Carlos Sosa J.
Nia Enld Barrera Perdomo
Viajeros
Embarca maana para Nueva
York en viaje de placer y nego-
cios el Sr. Larry Maduro. De-
sernosle un feliz viaje.
Agasajada
Con motivo de su cumpleaos
qu celebra hoy, fu agasajada
el domingo pasado la nllta Ol-
dlta Sierra. Por este medio nos
complacemos en desearlo mu-
chas felicidades.
Matrimonio
El sbado 14 de \os corrientes
contrajeron mawnalo'.a laa
8,30 de la maana en el Santua-
rio Nacional del Corazn de Ma-
rta, la simptica seorita Gla-
dys Mercedes Campbell paredes
y el seor Humberto Plccardi
Consoll, conocido comerciante
de esta localidad.
Despus de la ceremonia reli-
giosa la madre de la novia brin-
d una recepcin en su residen-
cia para los familiares y ami-
gos ms allegados de los novios
Una eterna luna de miel de-
seamos a los recin casados.
Viajeras
Despedimos atentamente a las
seoritas Martina y Hermellnda
Coronado quienes partieron ha-
cia Costa Rica y Mxico en via-
je de vacaciones. Muy feliz via-
je y grata estada lee deseamos.
"El Poder Ejecutivo
Con el fin de cooperar al man-
tenimiento de la paz mundial
y a la defensa de las institu-
ciones democrticas de las Na-
ciones Unidas dispuso tomar
medidas tendientes a reprimir
toda propaganda o actividad
comunista en nuestro pais, y
declar tambin por medio de
decreto-ley que no podr ejer-
cer cargo pblico ninguna per-
sona responsable de tales acti-
vidades, que ponen en peligro
al Estado y tienden a alterar
la paz en nueatr? comunidad.
Desgraciadamente, la Corte
Suprema de Justicia, al cono-
cer de un recurso de lnconstl-
tuclonalldad contra el mencio-
nado decreto-ley, accedi a la
peticin de los enemigos del
orden pblico y de la seguridad
estatal e invalid loa efectos de
aus disposiciones, quedando por
ese medio en libertad de accin
los comunistas para socavar en
su base nuestras Instituciones
democrticas.
Es indudable qu el fallo de
la Corte Suprema de Justicia
pone a millares de Jvenes en
i proceso de formacin Ideolgi-
ca a merced de los predicado-
res del Comunismo Internacio-
nal.
Como quiera que nuestro go-
bierno ha suscrito convencio-
nes Internacionales tanto en la
Conferencia de Bogot como en
la de Rio de Janeiro y recien-
temente en la IV Reunin de
Consulta de los Cancilleres A-
merlcanos reunidos en 'Wash-
ington, en laa cuales adopta-
ren medidas las naciones del
Continente 'Americano contra el
Comunismo Internacional, es
necesario que tinto en nuestro
pais como en el exterior se co-
nozca la verdad de lo acaeci-
do, pues si bien el rgano Eje-
cutivo h tratado de cumplir
i fielmente los compromisos a-
ceptados por Panam, como
miembro de la Comunidad de
laa Naciones, no le ha sido po-
sible lograr plenamente sus
propsitos, debido a una opo-
sicin injusta y sistemtica de
otros rganos del Estado.
La Huelga de Maestros en ol
Instituto de Verano efectuada
hace pocos das en Santiago de
Veraguas, demuestra plenamen-
, te la actividad del Comunismo
Internacional dentro de loa or-
ganismos de nuestro sistema de
'educacin popular. El Ejecutivo
I tiene pruebas fehacientes de
que esa huelga fue cuidadosa-
mente planeada por los sub-
vertidores del orden pblico con
el fin de dificultar la labor
del Ministerio de Educacin sin
importarles los perjuicios que
han causado a los estudiantes
de ese curso, inocentes en su
mayora asi como a otros que
; comparten sus Ideas extremis-
tas, victimas de sus prdicas y
sus falacias.
La entronizacin del Comu-
nismo Sovitico se hizo paten-
te primero en nuestros centros
educativos superiores para lue-
go extender, sus garras a las
aulas rurales haciendo victima
fcil a los incautos hombres del
campo..
Finalmente la Comisin Le-
gislativa Pecmanentc ha come-
tido un atentado contra la se-
guridad pblica, al eiVninar del
presupuesto las partlcXs desti-
nadas al pago de sueldos y otros
gastos de la Poliela 8ecreta
Nacional con lo cual piensa eli-
minar a ese meritorio cuerpo,
que con tanta eficiencia ha ve-
nido velando por el manteni-
miento del orden pblico y la
seguridad social, mediante la
Investigacin cientfica de los
delitos y cooperacin eficiente
con las autoridades Judiciales
y del Ministerio Pblico. Con
tal actitud la Comisin Legis-
lativa Permanente se presta a
abrirles paso a las actividades-
terroristas de los grupos al ser-
vicio del Kremlin que operan
en el territorio nacional, ya que
r'nc'nales funcio-
nes de este organismo es la de
. 11...nades y agita-
t.'es de esa ndole.
No obstante esta oposicin de
los rganos legislativo y Judl-
dlal, el Ejecutivo consciente de
su responsabilidad contrada en
virtud del Tratado General de
1036, .suscrito por los Gobiernos
de la Repblica y de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica, y
otros convenios posteriores re-
lativos a la defensa y segu-
ridad del Canal de Panam y
del Hemisferio Occidental, de-
bidamente ratificados por la A-
samblca Nacional, declara de
El Senador Arthur
menos en su honor". "Un pais
agradecido le rendir tributo a
Vandenberg como "ltimo le-
cuerdo".
. i
Los dirigentes de ambos par
tldos se encuentran tristes per
la muerte de Vandenberg. El
Presidente de la Comisin de-A
sun tos Exteriores del Senado.
Tom Connally dijo que "la .ia-
cin ha sufrido una enonre
prdida". "Vandenberg har
mucha falta".
<^gt &idSG4Kr
JVaV
refrigeracin
de LONDRES invita a Vd. a visitar a .
Miss Barbara Grant consultora de Belies
dtl Salk Yariley; Bcnd Strctt.Londrtf '
Mi Grant esUri de ridu en te pais a fin de aconsejar .obre problema. jT
Individual.. la belleza (amenosa, xpKc.ri el f.cil.imo mtodo Y.rdley par. ^H|
,1 Tr.um.ento de la Belleza en el Hogar y dar. Vd. .u prop ^
Gua Personal par. la Belleza. &&fik
La consulta v consejo. n completamente gr.tU.
JLa Srta. Uirbura (rant
estar donde Flix B. Maduro, S.A. Almacn Principal, el Viernes 20 y el Sbado ti de Abril
manera enftica y terminante
que har honor a la firma de
nuestro pas estampada en di-
chos Tratado y Convenios a-
doptando las medidas de segu-
ridad que juzgue necesarias.
"Por ltimo el "Ejecutivo de-
clara de manera terminante
que en cumplimiento de sus de-
beres constitucionales de ga-
rantizar la seguridad de los a-
sociados y la estabilidad de
nuestras instituciones naciona-
les, mantendr en ejercicio a
la Polica Secreta Nacional
creada por la Ley 72 de 1041.
Jos C. de Obaldia.
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia
Panam, 18 de abril de 1051
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la mujer, porque el
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desequilibrio fsico y
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irritabilidad, por 'alta de patito. Dur.nl. OSS pOCC difcil,
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rtminer.liz.nl. que, l.mbisn, ayuda a r.cup.r.r Its energies
on I. debilidad gonorsl y el gol.miento .1 mejorar ol patito.
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_____ JEVR8, ABRIL II, 1151
SELECCIN DE LA LIGA
COMERCIAL SE ENFRENTA
ESTA NOCHE AL CAMEL
Lopat Dej En Dos Hits a Los
Medias Rojas y Los Yanquis Se
Impusieron Ayer Por 6 a 1
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
NUEVA YORK,Jim Kons-
tanty no pudo evitar un triple
tie Dukke Snider y un sencillo
de Jackie Robinson en la nove-
na entrada y lo6 Dodgers gana-
ron por 4 a 3 el desafio con los
Phillies. Las carreras de los
Phillies se debieron a jonrones
de Willie Jones que dio dos y
Dlck Sisler.
Un doble de Gil Hodges y un
sencillo de Pee Wee Reese dieron
a los Dodgers su primera ca-
rrera. Hodges recibi pase en
la cuarta entrada fu a la se-
gunda en out al cuadro, a ter-
cera por Wild Pitch y ant por
otro out.
En la Liga Americana
Los Indios vencieron a los Ti-
gres en diez entradas por 4-2
despus que un Jonrn del re-
ceptor Jim Hagan en la novena
entrada habia empatado la ano-
tacin. Con dos en bases en la
novena entrada Ray Boone dio
un sencillo que empuj las ca-
rreras de la victoria.
BOSTON, (UP)Un jonrn
con dos en bases de San Jethroe
dio el triunfo por 8 a 5 en la
novena entrada a los Bravos so-
bre los Gigantes. Dos errores
en la primera entrada permitie-
ron que los Bravos anotaran dos
carreras. Los Gigantes empata-
ron anotando una vez mas en
el segundo por un doble de Mon-
te Irvin y un ly de Don Mueller
y otra en el cuarto por triple
de Irvin v otro fly de Mueller.
Un sencillo de Walker Cooper
iermiti dos anotaciones con
ds Bravos en el sexto y ms
tarde despus los Gigantes ha-
ban logrado una anotacin me-
diante un jonrn.
No habia ms Juegos seala-
dos.
NUEVA YORK, (UP)Eddie
Pepat dej en dos hits a los
Medias Rojas, dio un Jonrn
con uno en bases y anoto otra
carrera resultando un factor
decisivo en el triunfo de los
Yanquis por 6 a 1. Hasta la sp-
tima entrada en que Ted Wi-
lliams le dio un sencillo nadie
habia bateado al zurdo yanqui
de tremendas curvas. Un sencillo
de Bobby Doerr con dos outs
empuj la carrera de Williams.
Los Yanquis anotaron cuatro
veces en la quinta entrada por
sencillos de Gerry Coleman, Lo-
pat y Gene Woodllng.
Lopat dl un jonrn en la oc-
tava entrada con Joe Collins que
corra por Mlze en bases.
En los juegos nocturnos los
Senadores vencieron a los Atl-
ticos de Filadelfla por anotacin
de 6 carreras a 4. Irv Norens co-
nect un triple y Mickey Ver-
non un doble para Iniciar un
rally de tres carreras en el no-
veno episodio para ganar su se-
gundo partido.
El partido entre los Medias
Blancas v los Carmelitas fu
pospuesto por lluvia.
Deportivas
Mundiales
BUENOS AIRES.Los diri-
gentes del ftbol argentino se
esfuerzan por obtener la veni-
da a la Argentina del equipo
Arsenal o New Castle United i
para reemplazar al Tottenham |
Hopsburn.
Por otra parte se cjre saber,ii
que ciertolrilrigentes argerrtf- j
nos se slgtfen mostrando fa-
vorables a la anulacin del:
viaje que el equipo nacional
argentino deba efectuar a
Londres el 9 de mayo prximo.
BARCELONA.Para los pri-
meros das del mes de julio se
espera en esta ciudad la lle-
gada de los jugadores de color
que integran el equipo norte-
americana de basket-ball, Glo-
be Trotters.
Por dos actuaciones el equi-
po percibir doscientas mil pe-
setas.
MELBOURNE. E. Tnger,
secretario de la comisin or-
ganizadora de los juegos olm-
picos, en declaracin destinada
a poner fin a la incertidum-
bre mundial sobre la realiza-
cin de las Olimpiadas de 1958
en Melbourne, declar: "Los
funcionarlos olmpicos austra-
lianos desean hacer saber a
todos los pases del mundo que
las Olimpiadas se realizaran
en Melbourne de acuerdo con
lo previsto.
La liga del Chorrillo
tratar de seguir su
torneo en Barraza
Los directores de la Liga de
Ftbol del Barrio del Chorrillo,
acordaron enviar una comisin
para que se entreviste con los
dirigentes de la Liga Provincial
de Ftbol de Panam en la se-
sin de esta noche, para soli-
citar el cuadro de Barraza y po- |
der celebrar los partidos del tor-
neo del Chorrillo. Como se sa-
ba el Consejo Municipal Capita- ;
lino, orden que en el nico,
campo deportivo que exista en
esa barriada fuera contruido el
dispensarlo para los moradores
chorrllleros, quedando a.ii sin
campo para eventos deportivos.
La Comisin nombrada por la
Liga del Chorrillo para que se
entreviste esta noche con la Li- >
ga Provincial de Panam, la
forma el cronista Julio E. Maes-
tre, quien desempea el puesto
de Secretario de Prensa y Pro-
paganda, y el seor Macario Mu-
oz representante del Deporti-
vo Mendoza.
El portugus Manuel
Dos Santos mat 75
loros en 25 corridas!
NUEVA YORK, Abril (UP)
El torero portugus Manuel Dos
8antos, sigui viaje en avin
rumbo a Sevilla procedente de
Mxico, y dUo-que mato 75 to-
ros en sus ultimas 25 oarridas
en Mxico recibiendo la suma
de 8 mil dlares por cada co-
rrida.
Dos Santos quien cuenta con
26 aos parti rumbo a Paris
y Sevilla, diciendo que lidiar
por all el sbado y domingo
tras lo cual retornar a su ho-
gar en Goleao que esta cerca de
Lisboa, donde permanecer has-
ta el prximo mes de mayo cuan
do volver al ruedo en Madrid,
para participar en la prxima
temporada veraniega.
Armando "Cocobolo"
Moreno ser el lanzador
en el partido de maana
El gran lanzador de bola sua-
ve Armando "Cocobolo" Moreno,
ha sido escogido para que se en-
cargue de los bultos postales del
equipo de este peridico en el
comentado partido que sosten-
drn maana en la tarde en el
cuadro del Insttiuto Nacional
contra el conjunto de "El Pas".
Armando "Cocobolo" Moreno,
la gran revelacin del ao, y cu-
yas actuaciones estn siendo
muy discutidas por los entendi-
dos v tambin por los que nada
saben ser un difcil escollo pa-
ral os redactores de "El Pas".
A. "Cocobolo" Moreno, que
ostenta alto grado en la her-
mandad de los Cocobolos, est
atravesando excelentes condi-
ciones, y con el respaldo del
cuadro, se da por seguro que se
anotar un ruidoso triunfo.
Cervecera y BUR
juegan en otro de
los partidos
La misma seleccin que se
impuso el martes pasado a la
Polica de la Zona del Canal,
juega esta noche frente al Ca-
mel, que termin en el cuarto
puesto de la Liga Social de Soft
ball que termin ayer sus ac-
tividades. /
La Seleccin de la Liga Co-
mercial buscar un segundo
triunfo hoy en Santa Rita, con
el fin de retar al Diputado A-
lemn que arribo en el ter-
cer puesto de la Social. El
juego entre el Camel y la Se-
leccin ser el segundo de la
noche, ya que a las siete se
miden Cervecera y BUR en la
continuacin del campeonato
regular.
La Cervecera mantendr su
opcin de participar en la se-
rle si derrota al BUR, que se
encuentra ya eliminado, pero
eso no quiere decir que tratar
de lograr el triunfo para me-
jorar su posicin en el estado
de los equipos, toda vez que se
encuentre en el stano con un
solo triunfo y cinco derrotas.
La entrada para este doble
juego ser de cinco centavos
solamente.
Anoche inform el director
del Camel, "Chomplpa" Casta-
edas que reforzar a su equl-
mismo y brindar un reido par-
tido.
George Motta se
impuso en reido
juego a C. Guardia
En forma muy Interesante se
esta llevando a cabo el torneo
de tenis por la Copa Spalding
en los courts de la Piscina
Olmpica.
En uno del os mejores partidos
celebrados hasta ahora George
Motta se impuso en reido en-
cuentro al novato Creslin Guar-
dia por las angustiosas anotado
nes de 6-4, 4-8, y 7-5.
En los otros partidos celebra-
dos Julio Pinilla venci a Vi-
cente Pascualp^or anotacin de
1 i 6-2; Ernesto Plnaie se im-
puso a David Halman por 1-6,
-2 y fl-3.
Para esta fecha estn anun-
ciados los siguientes juegos:
Harry Willis vs Howard Spalding
Martin Perera vs Arturo Motta.
Maana viernes se medirn:
Hladky vs G. Maduro.
IMPORTANTE CARTA SE JUGARAN MAANA
HERRERA Y PANAMA EN EL 8o CAMPEONATO
De La Galera De La Fama
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo do
Jueros de SANTA RITA.
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZN)
El Depvo. Campana
venci al Grnale
El Deportivo Campana se im-
puso a la Joyera Granate de la
Capital, por el score de 2 carre-
rras a 0. En este partido fue
el victorioso Abdlei Gonzlez y
el que recibi la derrota fu
Fernando Blanco.
Para celebrar este triunfo ob-
tenido por el equipo de Campa-
na, se llevar a cabo un gran-
dioso Festival Bailable el 21 de
Abril en el amplio "Saln Cam-
oana", amenizado por la renom-
brada Orquesta 'Melodas del
Pacifico".
Por este medio quedan Invi-
tados los deportistas de los de-
ms pueblos de Chame, Capira.
Arraijn. Chorrera y todos los
que simpatizan con el progresis-
ta pueblo de Campana.
f f/ y//////
Hoy a las 4:30 pm. tendr
lugar la celebracin del parti-
do entre los conjuntos "Gara-
ge y Almacn" vs. "Ingenieros
Telfonos Automticos", por la
continuacin de la Segunda
Vuelta del interesante Campeo-
nato de Bola Suave que se le-
va a cabo en el acostumbrado
Campo Deportivo de Paltilla.
Este juego en si tiene su im-
portancia para ambos equipos,
ja que se encuentran en el os-
curo stano, y por tal razn,
es de esperarse un juego ref.l-
jdo, saliendo victorioso el que
tenga mejor presentacin, pa-
ra as conocer el goce de un
triunfo, despus de una buena
ornada.
Uno de los mejores partidos
iiue hasta ahora ha presntalo
la Liga Interna de Bola Suae.
da y Luz, fu sin duda alguna
el celebrado por las novenas
"Telfonos Automticos" vs. "O-
flclna General", el martes en la
larde; saliendo vencedora le
en mencin, por anotacin de 7
carreras a 5.
Debido a una fulminante do-
ble matanza que hizo el cuadro
! de los Telfonos, despus de ha-
ber amenazado peligrosamente
los Oficinistas, con las bases
llenas, en el sptimo y ltimo
episodio de la suerte, dio al
1 raste de una manera sorpren-
dente a las aspiraciones de los
perdedores. El lanzador estrella
ae los Telefonistas, C. Maestre,
se anex su octavo triunfo con-
secutivo, llevando a su equipo,
que dicho sea de paso, siempre
le ha prestado valiosa coopera-
cin, al sitial ms codiciado
por todos los dems, que es el
de la primera posicin. En Un-
to, Chanelo Santamara, lan-
zador estrella de la Oficina lan-
z mejor pelota que su contra-
rio, pero a la falta de apoyo de
su cuadro en la defensiva, que
cometieron nada menos qu2 8
errores, carg con la amarga
derrota- Los ganadores batea,'ir.
8 imparables y tuvieron 3 pi-
fias, mientras que los perdec-
res batearon 11 lncoglbles.
Conrado "Tenorio" Sargeant es el hombre de la suerte en el
equipo de softball de El Panam-Amrica. Tiene tanto suer-
te que nunca la bola le pega al bate, ni jams le ensucia la
manilla, ni gasta suelas corriendo hacia las bases. Asi como
es especialista en malas jugadas de softball, lo es en Juan
Franco, donde Indefectiblemente todos sus pronsticos salen
a la inversa. Incorregible "Don Juan" se hizo un* ciruga
plstica para adquirir la escultural forma con la que aparece
en esta caricatura.
Vidriera Prez
se impuso anoche
al Fiduciario
Doce errores cometi anoche
el Banco Fiduciario para caer
vencido, ante la sorpresa del p-
blico., por .el Vidria Pera/ por
score de IS a 10,' bajando lo
perdedores al sefturdo puesto de
la Liga Comercial del Softball,
con seis victorias y dos derro-
tas.
En el segundo partido del
doble de anoche, El Control del
Comejn logr su sexta victo-
ria al vencer por "forfeit" al
Radio Bush que no se present
a jugar por segunda vez en el
Campeonato.
En el primer Juego ambos equl
pos usaron dos lanzadores. Por
los ganadores lanzaron Jurado
y Haywood que se acredit el
triunfo, mientras que por el Fi-
duciario lo hicieron Alzamora,
quien perdi y Mito Daz, que
entr de bombero en el tercero,
cuando el dao estaba consu-
mado.
Seis hits bate el Banco por
nueve del Prez que con este
triunfo mantiene su opcin pa-
ra ir a la Serle Final.
El score condensado del juego
fu el siguiente:
V. Peres M8 511 1-15 t 2
Fiduciario 008 00 2-106 12
Balboa y Mike se
miden esta noche en
el torneo de bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo Duran de Bolos)
G. P. Pje.
Selecta............ 28 16 .636
Mike ................ 22 18 .550
, Royal ............... 21 1 .525
' Martini .......y.r tt 21 .253
aCroJettee'''.'.'.".'. a 21 475
l Tropical ..."......... 18 21 .475
C. Vieja ....i..... 18 24 .400
Balboa .-..........'... 16 24 .400
El Flan Royal venci el lunes
al Balboa Express 3 a 1 en Juego
donde G., McGeachy y Pipo So-
sa hicieron juego de honor de
190 y 210 respectivamente. El
martes los constructores" de la
Martinz vencieron a los "licore-
ros" del Carta Vieja 3 a 1. Ano-
che el Teatro Tropical se impu-
so a los Entrometidos 3 a 1. y
las anotaciones fueron:
TEATRO TROPICAL
Luly 147 138 140 425
Icaza 167 135 135 437
| Daz 168 177 147 402
i Rico 128 150 143 421
! Rene 169 118 142 427
779 716 707 2202
Handicap 50 50 50 150
829 766 757 2352
ENTROMETIDOS
Tere .138 169 160 487
Vsquez 129 093 127 349
Burrell 139 182 160 461
A. Damin 173 185 207 545
J. Damin 211 171 124 506
Sus rivales sern
Bocas y (oci,
respectivamente
Los Santos contra San
Blas en el otro partido
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, Chitr
G. P. Pje.
PANAMA ............ 6 0 1.008
Herrera ...... ....... 5 1 .833
Coln.............5 2 .714
Bocas del Toro ....... 4 2 .666
Chiriqu .............. 4 3 .571
Darin .............3 3 .500
Coci .................. 2 4 .333
Veraguas ..........1 5 .167
Los Santos ........1 5 .167
San Blas ............ 0 .000
Juegos de Hoy
'SAN BLAS vs COCLE
LOS SANTOS vs VERAGUAS
HERRERA vs DAR1EN
Juego de Maana
COCLE vs PANAMA
SAN BLAS vs LOS SANTOS
HERRERA vs BOCAS
Resultados de Ayer
Darin 12Coci 7.
Chiriqur 8San Blas 3
Herrera 5Coln 4
CHITRE, Abril 19 (Por S. Ival-
di)Los equipos de Panam y
Herrera que marchan en los dos
primeros puestos del VIII Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur cumplirn maana im
portantes compromisos frente a
peligrosos y aguerridos rivales,
como Corle y Bocas del Toro
respectivamente, y se entiende
que panameos y herreranos
tendrn que extenderse a fondo
para no resultar sorprendidos,
.ya que una derrota a estas altu-
ras podra resultar de funestas
consecuencias para sus aspira-
clones de conquistar el campeo-
nato.
El otro partido entre San Blas
y Los Santos promete tambin
resultar reido, ya que San
Blas luchar para entrar en la
columna de ganadores y los san-
teos se empearn en dejar
el grupo de retaguardia.
Los juegos del Dgo. en
Calzada Larga son en
honor d N. Navarro
Los partidos de Baseball del
prximo domingo en la contien-
da de Calzada Larga sern de-
dicados al popular y destacado
deportista, HD. Ing. Norberto
Navarro, quien lanzar la pri-
mera bola en el juego que sos-
tendrn los conjuntos Seleccio-
nados vs Lo que Quedan. Estos
conjuntos estarn dirigidos por
Luis Dorati y Carlos F. Robolt
respectivamente.
Gran entusiasmo ha provoca-
do este partido que promete
resultar muy Interesante y lle-
var seguramente numeroso p-
blico al cuadro de Calzada Lar-
ga.
Los otros dos partidos del do-
mingo son Mara Eugenia vs
Pitio y Deseo vs Incgnito.
Herrera Derrot a Coln En
Reido Desafo Por 5 a 4
CHITRE, Abril 19 (Correspon-
sal IvaldD El equipo del Da-
rin dedic el Juego de ayer a
Ramn Pereira attache de esta
novena y salieron airosos frente
al conjunto de Cocl por anota-
cin de 12 carreras por 7.
El lanzador J. Ortega solo
permiti cinco incogibles a los
coclesanos. L. Roa fu el lanza-
dor perdedor.
En otro de los partidos cele-
brados ayer Chiriqu derrot a
San Blas por anotacin de 8 ca-
rreras a 3, desarrollando una
batera de 13 incogibes. El lan-
zador F. Selles solo permiti 5
hits a los machis.
En el mejor partido del dia,
un relevo oportuno de Mario
Gamett en el octavo por E. Oso-
rio, llev al triunfo a la novena
de Herrera sobre la de Coln
por anotacin de 5 carreras a 4
ante una gran concurrencia.
Un triple conectado por L.
Cedeo, un sencillo de A. Cas-
tillo, fueron los batazos que de-
cidieron el desafo a favor de
los herreranos. El equipo colo-
nense fu objeto de una mala
direccin durante todo el jue-
go. Elias Osorlo conquisto el
triunfo y solo permiti ocho in-
cogibles mientras que H Bennet
y A. Forchlny reciban una des-
carga de doce hits.
Para maana viernes se han
anunciado los lanzadores D. 8a-
son por Coln, en el choque que
linas por Panam y O Adamb-
decidir este campeonato.
790 760 778 2328
La Liga Comercial
, .."e8 de esta noche: CASA
fija las fechas de
unas serles
En su sesin ordinaria cele-
brada anoche la Liga Comercial
de Softball. acord fijar las fe-
chas de la serle, que sostiene la
Seleccin de la Comercial con
la Polica de la Zona, y comien-
zo de la Serle con el Camel de
la Social.
Jueves 19Comercial vs Ca-
melSanta Rita.
Domingo 22Polica de la Zo-
na-Comercial 9 a.m. cuadro La-
vandera Ancn.
Martes 24S. ComercialP.
ZonaSanta Rita.
Tambin hace saber la Direc-
tiva de la Liga, que todo repre-
sentante de la Liga que deje de
asistir a la prxima reunin el
lunes prximo ser multado con
0.50 y 5.00 sucesivamente.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Notificamos por este medio a
todos los Jugadores del Club
Deportivo Ibrico que hoy Jue-
ves dia 19, celebraremos un en-
trenamiento en el campo de
Pueblo Nuevo.
Suplicamos puntualidad a di-
chos jugadores, por tratarse de
su ltimo entrenamiento, con
vistas al primer gran partido del
domingo, contra el Pacifico, pri-
mer partido oficial de la Liga.
El Entrenador.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los'
mejores programas
LE DEBE DINERO
A SU ESPOSA?
Por supuesto, tambin le debe seguridad...
la seguridad de una casa propia! Obtenga su
LOTE en el PARQUE LEFEVRE por medio de
nuestro sistema de CLUB por la pequea
suma de B/. 4.00 SEMANALES.
CA. DE LEFEVRE S. A.
Calle A No. 5 Telfono 1-3333
Programa de boxeo
amateur de Coln
para el viernes
La Comisin de Boxeo Ama-
teur de Coln ha confeccionado
un atractivo programa para el
dia 20 de el presente a base de
los ms destacados boxeadores
con que cuenta dicho deporte en
Coln. Herbert Douglass, herma-
no de Young Finnigan y quien
hasta el presente se encuentra
Invicto, se enfrentar a Pedro
Tesis sub-campen Nacional de
las 126 libras, en una pelea que
debe resultar sumamente rei-
da dada la calidad de los boxea-
dores: Manuel Prescott, Cam-
pen Nacional de las 112 libras,
lo bar frente nada menos que
a Isidro Martnez, vencedor del
Campen Nacional de los gallos
Ralton Lewis. Jos Edwins, sub
Campen Nacional de los pesos
ligeros se la ver frente a Mar-
cial Molinar.
Como se puede ver en este
programa se vern las promesas
del amateurismo disputndose
supremaca.
El programa completo es el
siguiente:
Eduardo Weather vs C. Martines
105 libras
A. Rodrigues vs H. Jones
135 libras
Marcial Molinar vs Jos Edwin
132 libras
Dificultades en el
utbol colonense
Por Carlos A. Tamayo
Result funesto el ao de
1950 para el balompi colonen-
se. La direccin de este depor-
te en el ao pasado comenz
con una terna, por la imposi-
bilidad de formar o conseguir
las personas a puestos en la
directiva de la liga esto sucedi
en los primeros das del mes
de marzo. La ARD de Coln
en su ltima sesin del mes de
febrero, acord que. por lo me-
nos un miembro d la agrupa-
cin de redactores deportivos
debiera trabajar directamente
en cada asociacin o liga de-
portiva, por esta rasan los
miembros de-da ARD de Coln
aceptaron puestos en las diver-
sas agrupaciones deportivas.
La terna que se encarg del
decadente ftbol, la formaban
los seores Gerardo Qulrs,
Marco A. Mendoza y Carlos A.
Tamayo. Normalizadas las cosas
bajo la direccin del triunvira-
to, se procedi a nombrar la
directiva para el ao de 1950.
La nueva directiva se Insta-
l y la formaban las siguien-
tes personas: Jernimo Valds,
presidente: Carlos Brustmayer,
vlce-presldente; Carlos A. Ta"-
mayo, fiscal; Jos Nagakane;
tesorero, Marco A. Mendoza; se-
cretario, y Gerardo Qulrs, vo-
cal. Al encargarse estas perso-
nas de la direccin del ftbol
de Coln se crey en principio
que ya estaba solucionado el
caso y que el ftbol marcha-
rla bien encarrilado; el 14 de
marzo renuncia el seor Jer-
nimo Valds y la fecha de Inau- |
gurar el campeonato era el 1
del mismo mes; Valds renun-
ci para aceptar la vlce-pre-
sidencia de la Federacin Na-
cional de Ftbol. Lleg la fe-
cha d apertura del torneo, do-
mingo 19 y el ftbol no tiene
presidente; en la sesin del 21
es electo presidente el seor
Guillermo Rojas; se encarga del
puesto, luego hay crisis de di-
rectores por no estar dispues-
tos a trabajar con el seor Ro-
jas como presidente; ste para
no agravar las cosas y no per-
judicar al ftbol que tanto
quiere, renuncia el puesto.
(Continuar)
Santiago le gan
a Antn en reido
juego de basketball
ANTON, Abril IS ( Por A. Ch.l
El equipo de Santiago se Im-
puso al conunto de Antn por
27 a 24 en un reido e Intere-
sante partido que sostuvieron en
la capital de veraguas.
Numerosa concurrencia pre-
senci el encuentro, donde am-
bos quintetos lucharon en todo
momento por la victoria.
Los antoneros partieron por
delante y trataron de conservar
el comando, pero en el cuarto
tiempo los santlaguefios, con
ms energas atropellaron y lo-
graron la victoria mediante ca-
nastas de Marengo, y Corneo,
estos dos jugadores fueron tam-
bin los mayores anotadores da
los vencedores con 8 puntos ca-
da uno, y por los antoneros so-
bresalleron Fernndez con 8 tan
tos y Bernal con 4.
La cancha de concreto y el
aire libre molest a los antone-
ros y no pudieron desarrollar su
acostumbrado juego provocando
la primera derrota de Antn a
manos de Santiago en basket-
ball.
Este partido se dedic al Ing.
Celso Carbonell, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, por su coopera-
cin a los deportistas antone- .
ros.
Adems los jugadores de An- 4
ton estn, agradecidos de la*
atenciones de la Seora Dolores
Garda, Leonel Smith y dems
jugadores, asi como tambin del
gesto de la seorita Vilva Eche-
vera. .
Chase Bank y Esso
volvern a medirte en
softball el sbado <
Partido de Revancha en Soft-
ball sostendrn el prximo s-
bado los equipos de la ESSO
Standard Ol y del Chase Bank.
El encuentro tendr lugar en,
el cuadro de Santa Rita a las,
4 de la tarde y los aceitero
buscarn el desquite, ya que en
la primera ocasin que se mi-
dieron, los banqueros ganaron
por buena margen.
Ambos equipos estn prepa-
rndose para este cotejo, y ya
anunciaron su respectivas n- I
minas, estando compuestas por
los siguientes jugadores: .
CHASE BANK: A. Testa, 3b; '
E. Barrete, 2b; C. Avila 2b; G.
Cochz lb; J. Beluche, ss; E.
Becerra, c; L. Casia rf; O. Sou-
sa, lf; N. Arango c; A. Alzamo-
ra p; H. Neuman, L. Muoz y L
Azcrraga.
ESSO: I. Champsaur lb; P.
Rovetto 2b; R. Wilson 3b; A. .
Garrido ss; B. Tomlinson cf; M.
Guardia rf; P. Alzamora if; J.
Oriano c; Chacha Granado p.
AHORA! Una crema de
afeitar que es realmente
BUENA PARA LA PIEL
i
M. Prescott vs I. Martines
119 libras
Herbert Dowglass vs Pedro Tesis
127 libras
Elegibles.
A. Piummer vs Jos Morales
119 libras
L. Weather vs G. Castillo
127 libras
Los precios de entrada a estas
funciones son de 50, 25, y 10
centavos respectivamente y los
programas se llevarn a cabo to- i
dos los Viernes en el Gimnasio]
"Everardo Nei'.
He aqu un nuevo y admirable da
cubrimiento ... juna croma do afei-
tar que le permits, mucho mejbi
que antes, afetalas a ras de piel
ntidas .;. sin in Uck5n!
Maravillte Ingrediante
La nueva Crema de Afeitar William
contiena Extracto de Lanolinare-
ciente descubrimiento cientfico con
mayores propiedadea "benficas"
para la piel que la lanolina corriente.
El Extracto de Lanolina refresca el
rostro a la vas que usted se afeita
. . ayuda a conservar al aspecto
uava y juvenil da la piel.
Slo en WRLIAMS
Ahoracada ves que usted se afeita
con Williams disfruta de esta maravi-
llla substancia, y obtiene una afei-
tada mas ntida, mejor. Use WUliams,
la nica crema de afeitar que contiene
Extracto de Lanolina.
HABLANDO DE
BOLICHE
Por JUAN BOLOS
Tomando en consideracin las
actividades de los jugadores en
los torneos que se han reali-
zados en los dos ltimos aos
el Jugador ms completo con que
contamos es Andrs Fistonlch
del Club Martinz; le sigue en su
orden Jos Damin de los En-
trometidos. Aunque estos dos
jugadores no encabezan en 1
presente torneo el standing ds
los mejores promedios y aunque
ese torneo llegase a finalizar sin '
que ellos lo comandaran, sus
actuaciones del pasado y del
prsente les dan derecho al pri-
mero y segundo puestos entre
la gran cantidad de jugadores
que ahora mismo tenemos. Son
ellos los que mejores brazos y
puntera tienen para los strikes
y los spares.
Antonio Damin, tambin de
los Entrometidos y hermano -de
Jos, encabeza el presente tor- .
neo, pero su promedio viene ba-
jando casi en cada presenta-
ducto de los caprichos de esta
est jugando bastante no tiene
la consistencia de Fistonlch ni
de su hermano Jos. Su actual
superioridad sobre ellos es me-
ramente casual y temporal, pro-
duce del os caprichos de este
simptico Juego de bolos que
una noche hace aparecer in-
menso a un jugador y al dia
siguiente enano.
A propsito de esa gran incer-
tldumbre de los bolos, un extran
Jero nos contaba en estos das
la siguiente ancdota: En los
Estados Unidos un jugador de '
promedio de 189 puntos hacia
ms de dos meses que estaba
Jugando desastrosamente. Deses-
perado llam a un maestro del
boliche para que le observara
su Juego y le Indicara cul era'
en su opinin el error o los
errores en que l estaba Incu-
rriendo para jugar tan mal, A
la primera demostracin ante
el maestro nuestro amigo del
cuento realiz un Juego perfecto
de 300 tantos!II Aquel tranqu- -
lamente le aconsejo: "No corri-
jas tus errores, muchacho, si-
gue Jugando as".


JUEVES, ABRIL 19, 1M1
i i
g, FiW AlsflPgCA PtAPO iMuuwnnm
m>
PAGINE NUEPS
ES DIFCIL pronosticar el
GANADOR DEL DERBY KENTUCKY
KTJEVA YORK, AbrU (NKA)
No obstante los magnficos tra-
bajos preliminares que viene rea
llzando Uncle Mlltle, todo indica
que para el Derby de Kentucky
que se correr el 5 de Mayo pr-
ximo, no habr favoritos.
La prueba 'Experimental" co-
rrida en el Hipdromo de jamai-
ca dej establecido claramente
que el Clsico de primavera pa-
ra ejemplares de tres aos ser
un evento de difcil pronstico.
Slnembargo existe la posibili-
dad de que Uncle Mlltle pensio-
nista de Joseph J. Colando, sea
el gran favorito para ganar este
premio. Repertoire, de propiedad
de la seora Nora A. Mikells, fu
el ganador de la prueba. Expe-
rimental nmero 2 corrida sobre
un tramo de seis fourlongs, con
suma facilidad. El hijo de Happy
Argo en My Mattie, Jams haba
logrado ganar en esta distan-
cia.
Los observadores no se sor-
prenderan si George D. Wldener
y Bert Mulkolland esperan has-
ta la celebracin del "WOOD
MEMORIAL" el 21 de Abril, para
Intervenir en la prueba con su
protegido Battefleld.
El elegante ejemplar no ha
estado ausente (o fuera de prc-
ticas) desde que impuso la agi-
lidad de sus cascos en el BEL-
MONT FUTURITY.
Battlefield estuvo trabajando
durante el invierno en Hialeah,
pero su preparador Mullholland
lo retir del Experimental No.
1. La pista, se dijo, estaba lige-
ra, pero lleg a establecerse que
tenia agua y en tales condicio-
nes Mulhollnd no quiso correr-
se el riesgo de participar en un
evento en el que competan na-
da menos que 14 caballos. Ahora
bien, si los dueos de Battlfleld
tiene la intencin de inscri-
birlo en el Derby, es tempo ya
de que en vas de preparacin,
lo corran antes del Clsico even-
to, sobre milla y cuarto para
familiar/arlo con la distancia.
Otro de los favoritos del Derby
es el ejemplar RoughV Tumble
que gan en forma impresio-
nante el Derby de Santa Anita.
Pero se considera que los caba-
llos de California muy raramen-
te corren bien cuando compiten
en el Este.
Pero todos los pronsticos del
Derby circulan alrededor de Un-
cle Mlltle, hijo de Twink-Mo,
yegua que fu vendida por la
suma de $200.00. despus de ha-
ber sufrido un accidente.
El Levantaniento De Pesa
Per Leopoldo de Len
(Continuacin)
En la categora de los plumas
Rodney Willkies de Trinidad,
Campen de las Olimpiadas de
Barranqullla. d< Guatemala y
Mundial del ao W, impuso una
vez ms su calidad coronndo-
se campen con las siguientes
alzadas, 214 lbs a pulso (press)
2141 bs, en arranque (snatch)
y 286 lbs en envin (C&J) total
714. lbs. Este morocho, como lo
llaman los Argentinos a los de
piel- morena, arranc de la con-
currencia mltiples aplausos por
su actuacin. En segundo lugar
lleg el Jony, asi apodan los
Porteos a los Norte America-
nos, Rlchar E. Greenwalt, con
181 lbs a pulso (press) 209 lbs.
en arranque (snatch) y 270 lbs.
en envin (C) total 800 lbs. En
tercer lugar clasific J. Chariot
de Hait con 19 2a pulso (press)
192 lbs arranque (snatch) y 242
lbs en envin total 626 lbs.
La siguiente noche en el mis-
mo Teatro Casino y con un lle-
n completo de fanticos de las
pesas se desarroll la competen-
cia de las siguientes categoras
Liviana, 148 libras y mediona
166 lbs.; ante la presentacin de
los atletas, entre ellos a los cam
peones mundiales Joe Plttman
y Pete George ambos de E.U.,
se desbord la respetable concu-
rrencia en aplausos. Luego se
dio comienzo a la competencia
de la categora liviana, sirvien-
do de arbitro este servidor y de
Jueces los seores Amoldo Fio-
rani del Per v R. Ambrolse de
Hait. El Petls (palabra con la
Utilizando realmente a los
de la redaccin se medirn
El Panam-Amrica y El Pas
Por Jorre Ramrez
Sin trampas, sin triquiuelas
de ninguna clase y sin alu-
zar a jugadores jvenes profe-
sionales del base ball, los e-
qulpos de soft ball de El Pana-
m Amrica y El Pas se tren-
zarn en juego de emocin el
prximo viernes a las cuatro
de la tarde en el campo del
Instituto Nacional.
Luminarias de la talla de Em-
balsamodo Beleo, Ricardo "Cho
lo' Lince, Bomblto Merel, Co-
coblllto Rolla, Armando More-
no, Roberto Lawler, Conrado
Sargeant, Velocidad Maestre y
Pap Restrepo y dems Juga-
dores de El Panam Amrica
le harn frente a ese trabuco
de fuego y metralla de El Pats
compuesto por Samuel Lewis,
Rtter Aislan, Gil Blas Tejeira,
Mario Anteojos Obaldia y Ariel
Castro.
Nada de jvenes de 18 aos.
Pero fijo 80 175 libras, edad
mnima, 36 aos. Tiempo m-
nimo en carrera de 100 metros
35 segundos 1-5.
El juego promete resultar
sensacional.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Per R. L. B.
Esperamos de las Autoridades
Universitarias ms Ayuda para
el Curso de Educacin Fsica.
Continuamos hoy esta colum-
na despus de unos das de des-
canso por nuestro Interior. Pe-
dimos excusas a nuestros lecto-
res por el receso.
Universitario: Inscrbete en la
Sociedad Dep. Universitaria ADU
Estamos en calidad de infor-
mar a nuestros compaeros
Universitarios que en la ltima
sesin se recibieron correspon-
dencias de distintas Universida-
des. Entre las que se recibieron
tenemos la -de Costa Rica, El
Salvador y la de San Marcos,
relativa a unas Jiras de acer-
camiento cultural; tambin re-
cibimos una contestacin del Sr.
Rector Encargado de nuestra
Universidad; en la que nos dice:
"que en el Presupuesto de la
Universidad no existe partida
para Deportes; que la nica par-
tida que existe asciende a B.
2400 por ao para actos cultu-
rales de los estudiantes; que den
tro del plan de edificaciones
ese contempla edificios para
Gimnasia y Campos de Juegos;
que las recientes construcciones
fueron aprobados por la Junta
Administrativa, que el Gimnasio
y Campo de Juegos se construi-
rn talvez por los aos del 52
o 53.
La contestacin que d el
Rector encargado nos deja com-
pletamente atnitos, porqu se
deja ver que las autoridades y
profesores no tienen idea de lo
que significa Educacin Fsica;
esta va unida a lot estudios, es
decir, que la Educacin Fsica es
imprescindible en esta era de
adelanto y no como en tiempos
atrs que se pensaba que no era
necesaria, que enfermaba, etc.
Ojal nuestro Rector leyera,
por casualidad, el articulo que
public meses atrs el colega
Justo de la Esquina de "La Es-
trella de Panam", sobre la
Educacin Fsica, producto del
eminente educador. Rector de la
Universidad de La Habana. Ese
seor parece ms compenetrado,
ms moderno en cuestiones de
la Educacin Fsica.
La contestacin del Rector de
nuestra Universidad no nos co-
rrer en nuestro noble afn de
luchar por la reorganizacin de
la duracin Fsica en nuestra
mxima casa de estudios. Pero
antes que todo necesitamos un
gimnasio y una cancha.
Deportes a Granel
Pesiamos anoche por I*
Red Panamericana
El entusiasmo de los iantlcos
por el Clsico Presidente d la
Repblica prueba mxima de
nuestro turf es creciente. Du-
rante los ejercicios diarios que
se efectan en la vieja cancha
sabanera se llena de espectado-
res vidos de presenciar a los
ases de la pista que competirn
en dicha prueba el da 20 de los
corrientes.
Los inscritos en este Clsico y
sus respectivos pesos son los
siguientes:
Royal Coup .................. lgg
Mnard ...................... 1*7
Welsh Loen .........v..... 1*7
Dictador
Rathlin Light
Phoebus Apolle
Linney Read .
Main Road ...
Marlscallto ...
Huslro .......
--.
< a
m
na
1M
1M
m
isa
IN
Esta semana los campeones
competirn sobre un tiro de 1600
metros, mientras que la clase B
Ir al poste de partida de 1300
metros.
He aqui los ejemplares inscrl-
tosp ara ambas carreras:
Clase "A"1 Milla
1Begonia.............. 1M
2Pinard................... 11
2Royal Coop........... 12
4Rathln Light ........ 12*
5Dictador ........._.... l
Welsh Loch.............. lit
4
Clase "B*
1Marscame ......;.... 1M
.2 Linney Head ._,...... Ill
INewmlnlster :........... US
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Programa de boxeo
amateur se ofrecer
en la feria de Coln
Un gran Programa de Boxeo
Amateur entre pgiles de Coln
y Panam se esta organizando
para presentarlo durante la Fe-
ria de Coln el prximo mes, y
como uno de los numerosos y
atractivos nmeros del progra-
ma deportivo que se desarrollar
durante esa fecha en la ciudad
atlntica.
El seor Presidente de la Co-
misin d Boxeo Amateur de
Panam, Don G. Elsenman, ya
est al tanto del asunto, y ha
dado su aprobacin a la Idea.
La prxima semana se entre- HOUSTON, Texas Abril (UP)
vlstarn los entrenadores Vaque Carol Pence, estudiante de
rito y Pap Calleder de la ca-
pital con Federico Fong de Co-
ln, junto con el seor G. Elsen-
man, para confeccionar la carti-
lla e Indicar los entrenamientos
de los pugilistas que tomarn
parte en el Programa. '
Un campo deportivo
menos en la ciudad
Por IVAN KANCHA
En todos los estados del
mundo se lucha denodadamen-
te per crear campos deportivos
Sara albergar la gran avalancha
e nios y Jvenes que bascan
salud y alegra en la calistera
y la prctica de su deporte fa-
vorito. Pan aqui da a dia ae
les est reduciendo ese espacio
vital a mile y aillos de perso-
nas. En legar de abrir un am-
po de juego ms, por el contra-
rio se les cierra. Ayer no ms
na decena de levantadores de
veintin aos de la Universidad
de Puerdue, estableci una nue-
va marca norteamericana de ha
tacln en estilo pecho de cien
yardas en el torneo femenino
auspiciado por la Unin Atltlca
Amateur La seorita Pence na-
d la distancia en un minuto,
doce segundos y medio, superan-
do por un segundo la vieja
marca establecida por la cali-
fornlana Judy Cornell, la cual
lleg de segunda en la compe-
tencia, con un tiempo de .un mi-
nuto, trece segundos y cuatro
dcimos.
; nueva york. Abril (up)_
Jack Lamotta anunci su inten-
cin de enfrentarse a Ray Ro-
binson, quien le arrebat el t-
tulo mundial de pesos medios,
el prximo mes de junio pasado,
Por contrato anterior a su cam-
peonato de Chicago. LaMotta
tenia derecho a este combate de
revancha.
MADRID. AbrilEl novillero
mexicano, Leopoldo Gamboa, lle-
g esta tarde por la via area a
Madrid, para tomar parte en
varias corridas, siendo recibido
en el aerdromo de Barajas por
Jess Jurez, apodado Gltanlllo
de Mxico. Por el mismo avin
lleg el crtico taurino azteca,
Ricardo Colln.
DBLW, AbrilEl secretarlo
de la Federacin Irlandesa de
ftbol confirm que la Federa-
cin argentina haba invitado al
equipo irlands a dirigirse a la
Argentina, pero djo que ningu-
na precisin haba sido tomada
an a este respecto y que la
cuestin debe ser discutida en
el curso de la prxima reunin
del comit directivo.
MADRID, AbrUEspaa par-
ticipar en el campeonato eu-
ropeo de boxeo amateur que se-
r disputado en Miln del 15
al 19 del prximo mes de Mayo.
Se cree que el nmero de p-
Slles que sern desplazados ser
e 12: 10 titulare* y dos suplen-
tes.
ROMA, AbrilEl as de las ca-
rreras Juan Manuel Fanglo ac-
tuar en una pelcula de carre-
ras que se firmar dentro de po-
co tiempo en Italia, con la ac-
triz Allda Valll.
El "Magazine Europeo", usual-
mente bien Informado sobre
el mundo cinematogrfico, dice
que Fanglo desempear su pa-
Cl en la pelcula "Pedlzone".
s escena de carreras en que
actuarn Fanglo y otros corre-
dores conocidos tales como el
italiano Nino Farina y el suizo
Barn de Grafferled,' sern fir-
madas en la pista de Monza, a
fines de este mes o en el curso
del prximo.
CUMPLE HOT SERIO COMPROMISO. El equipo de Panam que se mantiene invicto en el
Campeonato Nacional de Baseball Amateur cumplir hoy un serio compromiso frente al poten-
te conjunto de Herrera. Este juego ha despertado Inusitado inters y se espera una de las
mayores concurrencias que ha asistido al Estadio Rico Cedeo.
para preparadores como Luis Ro
driguez quien perjudic al Jine-
te Castillo, al ser suspendido por
reclamo de Rodrguez, y quedar
sin monta para el Clsico Poli-
ca Nacional.
Las Inscripciones para la jus-
ta Provincial de Basketball de
1951, quedar cerradas el prxi-
mo sbado 21. An el. nico equi-
po inscrito en la categora ma-
yor es el Lord Chesterfield y el
Carlos Eleta en la categora
menor. Se espera que los equi-
pos interesados llenen cuanto
antes los requisitos necesarios
para tomar parte en la contien-
da que se avecina.
Una gran demostracin esta
dando el novato lanzador DAVID
VASQUEZ, de la Provincia de
Los Santos en el VIII Campeo-
nato Menor de Baseball.
Vsquez es natural de la Villa,
y no dudamos que con un buen
entrenador este muchacho po-
dra llegar a dar magnficos re-
sultados. La labor de Vsquez
frente a ihlriqu, donde gan y
Nombr Su Nueva
Directiva El Club
Deportivo Alemn Jr.
En sesin celebrada en la no-
che de ayer, el Club Deportivo
Alemn Jr. design la directiva
que regir los destinos de dicho
Club durante la prxima tempo-
rada.
La directiva qued Integrada
en la forma siguiente:
Presidente Harry Holness
Vice Presidente Rmulo Que-
zada
Fiscal Manuel Ros
Tesorero Nicols Lpez
Secretario Luis Morales
Vocales: Ismael Hernndez, y
Rombo Prez.
El capitn del conjunto de la
organizacin ser el joven R-
mulo Quezada, siendo su asisten.
te Juan B. Aiapra.
frente a Coln el cual perdi,
lo han situado entre los mejores
del torneo.
Sin 'fungos' reta
el ptica Sosa a
la Polica Nal.
El formidable equipo "Optict
Sosa" que gan invicto el calen-
dario de juegos de la Liga So-
cial de Soft-ball, para terminar
luego en segundo lugar en la
serle final, nos ha solicitado ex-
tender un formal reto al equipo
de la Polica Nacional, para un
juego amistoso que se celebra-
ra el prximo domingo en ls)
ciudad de Coln.
Este desafo se realizara par
complacer a los fanticos colo-
nenses que desean ver en accin
al ptica Sosa.
Queremos jugar con la Polica
Nacional en Coln, declar I
propietario del equipo Mariano
"ao" Sosa. Pero sin batea
"fungos".
Pitman confirm su calidad de
campen al conquistar la corona
en esta categora liviana, con
las siguientes alzadas: 225 lbs.
a pulso (press)), 231 lzs en
arranque (snatch) y S03 lbs en
envin (CfcJ), total 769 lbs. En
las competencias mundiales ce-
lebradas en Paris en Octubre 13
delp asado ao, Pitman obtuvo
su fama mundial al totalizar 777
lbs ganando asi su primer cam-
peonato mundial, y logrando con
cual los Bonaorenses distinguen esto la decisiva victoria del
a los de corta estatura) Joe equipo Estados Unldense; fu
go que sirve de recreo y de (tes-
ta; donde todas las tardes y to-
dos los domingos asiste la gran
comunidad, que ni siquiera tie-
ne un mal parque para eeger ai-
re cuando el calor sofocante los
saque de sos tagirios como ra-
tas.
Se nos obliga ha hablar, par-
que erado es el descontento de
todos las que habitamos sato
arrio ae generosamente distes
el vote para quienes ahora nos
JDieren quitar el nico campa
Juego que tenemos para
nuestros hijos.
KrsTeJJaT^ft"."^! El n1 " wi. Porqae
lograron levantar un edificio en ,,. . urf.r>i _.. !. .
un campa de juegos* de fatbol
9 bisbol, privando a miles de
jvenes que lo practicaban; hoy
el dae es peor, se trata de
perjudicar a una barriada popu-
losa como es el Chorrillo con sus
26.099 habitantes; su eampito
de juego reducido por una dis-
posicin absurda de una admi-
nistracin pasada, ahora se le
quita de an solo tajo. Se quiere
levantar un Dispensario y para
los seores que idearon esta
"gran mejoras", no hubo lugar
ms lindo que el campo de jue-
Da a los pisos un \l $l0s
BRILLO
s%> iff im i%%SF**. ',
ovo os olwolofooiowto tapormooble
GLO-COAT
si
H sanara. U cara QLO-COAT i
ahora sa impermeable! Pueda limpiar
los pisca eon panos mimados y sacar la
suciedad, pero al lustre del maravilloso
GLO-COAT queda intacto en los pisos.
Ahora tambin al brillo del GLO-COAT
dura cuatro voces ms que antes. No hay
que frotarmenos trabajoporque
QLO-COAT lustra de por si. Pruebe hoy
mismo QLO-COAT.
lH mmImT Um Uva Ptw. Mw.',.
Diiualra la grata, imiimti la cara viaja.
Bconfnicol Para la limpian ganara!
da loa piaoa, uta una parta an 80 do aflato.
Plttman el hombre-llave quien
acumull os puntos necesarios
para que su patria triunfara con
18 puntos contra 15 de Egipto
y 14 de Rusia. Cuenta 27 aos
de edad, empez a practicar los
ejercicios con pesas a la edad
de 14 aos. La ambicin de Pit-
man como atleta levantador es
agregar a sus laureles el cam-
peonato mundial de este ao en
Italia y el Olmpico de 1952. Y
siguiendo el desarrollo de las
competencias de los Juegos De-
portivos en Buenos Aires, te-
nemos que el atleta Trinitario
Carlos De Sonsa clasific en el
segundo lugar de lad lvlslon li-
viana con las alzadas de 225 lbs
a pulso (Press). 220 lbs arran-
que (snatch) y 292 lbs en en-
vin (CAW), total 737 lbs. En
tercer lugarl leg Hugo C. E.
D'Atrl de Argentina con 203 lbs
a pulso (pres), 214 lbs en arran-
que (snatch) y 281 lbs en en-
vin (C&J), total 98 Iba.
(Contlnuari).
querer es poder", por eso es
que corremos traslado al Sr.
Ministro de Educacin, Sr. Di-
rector de Educacin Fislca y al
Sr. Alcalde Municipal, pues ste
ltimo seor can su cuerpo de
Ingenieros puede muy bien cam-
biar de posicin la nueva cons-
truccin para no perjudicar a
una barriada digna de mejor
suerte.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Catalino Iglesias, el primer l-
tigo del Stud Cantagallo, que
gula a magnficos equinos, co-
mo Roy al Coup, Main Road. Be-
gonia y damas acaba de sufrir
una sancin de parte de los Co-
misarios de Juan Franco. Igle-
sias fu si Jinete que mont l-
timamente a Main Road.
En la sancin de Iglesias quien
ha salido con la peor parte es
el Stud Cantagallo, ya que
Iglesias, era candidato para
guiar a Main Road o Royal Coup
en el Clsico Presidente.
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Por si
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Tanacin-tT
(urM M IBMiaK} a pSOI Maato HiMa-
aM laMIa a AHACM raaaa
la aafaS la -SrW mm y
aata, ANACR4, ear*'
A
La reahlbilitacin'de Virgilio
Castillo que habla sido Injusta-
mente castigado por su monta
sobre Lituana, es la nota de ma-
yor inters, a excepcin del fa-
llo de Main Road. Nosotros cree-
mos que deberla existir sancin
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