The Panama American

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

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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it eofe" Abraham Lincoln.
SenavarosY.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY )
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951
FIVE CENTS
10 Per Cent 'Silver' Salary Hike Granted
,1
Congress Will Demand Joint Chiefs
Explain Claim They Supported McA
* *
*
WASHINGTON, April 20 (UP) Republicans and
Democrats demanded today that the Joint Chiefs of Staff
be called before Congress immediately to explain Gen.
Douglas MarArthur's statement that he understands they
backed his proposals for carrying the Korean war to Com-
munist China.
From the White House, where the silence since Mac-
Arthur's arrival home has been profound, was squeezed
authority for a Pentagon spokesman to say: "The action
taken by the President in removing General MacArthur
was based upon the unanimous recommendations of the
President's principal civilian and military advisers, includ-
ing the Joint Chiefs of Staff." '
MacArthur's dramatic defense of his Asian policy
brought fears in Europe that any fight hope of ending the
Korean War has been set back indefinitely.
Republicans almost unanim-
ously hailed the general's address
to a Joint Senate-House meeting
as "magnificent" and the "great-
est speech" ever delivered before
Congress.
Most Democrats agreed that It
was a "dramatic" presentation
of the general's views, but many
disagreed with his military po-
licies.
But the big furor within Con-
gress was occasioned by what
Doug Bids Tearful
Goodbye But Not
To The $18,761
WASHINGTON, April 2Q (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur bade
a dramatic "old soldier's" good-
bye to Congress but there Is no
Indication he will resign his
commission or the $18,761 an-
nual life income It carries with
It.
An Army spokesman said no
Information has been received
here on the General's future
plans, but It Is presumed he
does not expect any further ac-
tive duty assignment* and will
not ask for one.
Whether MacArthur has an
assignment or not, he Is entitled
to any office in the Pentagon,
three officer aides a colonel,
lieutenant colonel, and a major
and five enlisted personnel.
These perquisites, along with
the lifetime salary, were set up
under the law creating the five-
star Generals of the Army and
Fleet Admirals.
An aide said MacArthur's fare-
well remarks simply meant that
he has reached the end of his
active military career ar> Is now
"fading out of the picture."
MacArthur had said previously
that he has no political ambi-
tions.
many members of both parties
Interpreted as a statement that
the Joint Chiefs supported the
policies for which President Har-
ry 8. Truman dismissed the gen-
eral.
They pointed out that this was
directly opposite to what the
Chiefs told Congressional com-
mittees and to a speech deliver-
ed by Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, in Chicago Tuesday. Brad-
ley said MacArthur's policies
would endanger world peace.
The combined Senate Armed
Services-Foreign Relations Com-
mittee now plans to conduct an
Investigation into MacArthur's
ouster, but Republicans are In-
sisting that a special 24-man
committee be set up to look into
all military-diplomatic policies in
the Far East.
Chairman Richard B. Russell.
D. Ga., of the combined group
hoped to confer with MacArthur
soon to determine if he would
open the inquiry Monday with
his testimony.
Republican endorsement of the
general's address was emphatic.
en. Robert A. Taft, R., O., said
it was a "dramatic and effective
presentation of the case against
appeasement and a stalemate
war I have long agreed with
the general's position on the
manner in which the Korean war
should be fought."
Sen. Homer Ferguson, R.,
(Continued on Page 6, Column 5)
A New Riddle
GALESBURG, III., April 20
(UP) William Burke of this
city Is in a puziling situation.
Not quite as puzzling as the
man who wag his own "grand-
pa." But puzsling, all the same.
Burke has married Mayme
Walker Murray, an older sister
of his son's wife. Thas he has
become his son's brother-in-
law.
Europe Reaction To Speech:
The General Is One-Sided
LONDON, April 20 (UP) In
London the British Government
prepared to weather a continu-
ing and intensified storm of cri-
ticism for appeasement.
A diplomatic official said:
There is little question now but
that the United States is In such
a mood that it is going to make
it clear that it will not be led by
the nose' by British or anyone
else.
Britain and the United States
remain sharply split over their
policy towards Communist China.
There Is scant chance of recon-
ciling their views.
Britain can be expected to
stand firmly on its position that
the Communists control China,
US Specialists Fly
To Almirante On
Yellow Fever Probe
At the request of Dr. Roberto
Sandoval, Panama's Director of
Public Health, a group of Un-
ited States medical specialists
headed by Colonel Norman W.
Elton flew to the Atlantic Coast
town of Almirante today to in-
vestigate a recent death from
yellow fever and another sus-
pected case.
Tests made at Gorgas Lab-
oratory have definitely estab-
lished that the death in Almi-
rante on April 14 of a Costa
Rican lineman, Rene Ramirez,
28, was due to yellow fever,
Major General George W. Rice,
Health Director of the Panam
Canal, said today.
The party was flown to Almi-
rante In a Caribbean Air Force
plane and will return tonight.
Besides Colonel Elton, the
head of the Board of Health
laboratory, the party included
Dr. Willla F. Ossenfort. of the
U. S. Public Health Service.
Chief Quarantine Officer, Dr.
Forest R. Brown, Panam City
health officer, Dr. Carl John-
son, and a representative of the
Gorgas Memorial Laboratory.
It is hoped to make a report
to Dr. Sandoval early next week
of the findings at Almirante.
and- realism demands that fact
must be faced.
Editorial reaction In Europe
included:
Britain: Daily Mirror"Hyste-
ria hits the United States as
8peaks."
e Times: "MacArthur corn-
ed fairly enough that he
no clear directive in Korea."
.nee: Ce Matin."The Gen-
is obviously more attached
e yellow continent than to
wn country, and above all
e country of his ancestors
old Europe."
ay: Vaartland."The one-
sldadness of his political evalua-
tion and his lack of a sense of
the unity and interconnection of
International politics derives
from the fact that he has for
half a generation lived in the
Far East."
Holland: De Volksrant"Sen-
ator Arthur Vandenberg's death
came at an unfortunate moment
as General MacArthur's return
is threatening to tear America
into two hostile camps."
Russia: Isvestla. "The real
reason for MacArthur's removal
must be sought In the fact that
with swashbuckling brazenness
he blurted out the United States'
Government's intention of ex-
tending aggression In the Far
East."
Oil Tankers Collide,
^t Afire In Gulf

NEW ORLEANS, La April 20
(UP) Two Standard Oil tank-
ers collided in the Gulf of Mexi-
co early today and a message
from a third ship said the tank-
er Esso Greensboro was sur-
rounded by fire and "no one on
board was believed to be alive."
The other Esso tanker Involved
was the 26,500-ton Esso Suez.
The ships collided about 5 a.m.
in a heavy fog about 220 miles
southwest of New Orleans.
The Coast .Guard at New Or-
leans Intercepted the first word
of the disaster in a radio mes-
sage from the Esso Suez at 5:13
a.m. She reported her chief mate
dead and four seamen badly
burned. A later message asked
for "immediate help for the in-
jured men."
Subsequently the Coast Guard
picked up a message from a third
tanker the Esso New York
at the scene, saying that there
was fire all around the Greens-
boro and no one was believed
alivj.
ed in January 1949 with a ca
city of 230,000 barrels" or 9,0(
000 gallons of oil. She has a nor-
mal crew of 48.
The Coast Guard cutters Tri-
ton from Corpus Chrlsti and the
Tampa from Mobile are en route.
The message added that the
Suez was on fire but her skipper
said the flames were under con-
trol.
A Navy plane flew over the
Greensboro and reported -her
"burning very badly and appar-
ently abandoned." The pilot said
there apparently were some sur-
vivors in the water.
Late reports indicated both the
Greensboro and the Suez were
still burning.
A message said the Suez was
charred from stem to stern and
moving toward port at a speed
of about three knots. It added
that the crew of the Suez was
still on deck, and her lifeboats
still In their davits.
The Esso Suez is one of a group
of 12 new supertankers launch-
Balboa Tides
Saturday, April 1, 1951
High Low
3:04 a.m. 9:28 a.m.
3:20 p.m. 9:50 p.m.
PRETTY LITTLE ZONIANS Dancing Saturdday night for the benefit of Little League base-
ball will be the 10 budding ballerinas who here are ready to go into a sailor's hornplke or
some other marine buck-and-wing. Along with other students of the Ruoff dance school,
thev will appear in a recital to be staged at the Ancon theater between showing of the fea-
ture moWe, 'Pride of the Yankees." The ten pretty girls are: Gretchen Staples and Patty
Maedl, In front, backed up by Marilyn Smith. Sandra Jones, Lelda Kleefklns, Mary Jo Aycock,
Patty Cawl, Rosemary Orr, Marie Bleakly and Steffi Beck, ~ ~~ *------------
Bohan Gets Suspended Term,
Pays Fine; To Leave Sunday
Former Panam Canal under-
taker Grover H. Bohan who, In
a surprise move, late yesterday
pleaded guilty to the two charges
on which a Jury could not agree
last Saturday night, today was
winding up his affairs prepar-
atory to leaving the Isthmus.
He expects to leave by plane
early Sunday for Dallas. Plans
for his future residence are not
certain, he told The Panam
American yesterday afternoon.
At 4:43 p.m. yesterday he
stood before Judge Joseph J.
Hancock In the same courtroom
where he had sat through three
long days last week and in a
barely audible voice pleaded
guilty to having failed to ac-
count promptly for $280 in gov-
ernment funds.
Assistant District Attorney R.
Hazard recommended a $1,000
fine.
Judge Hancock asked Bohan
if he admitted that the $1,500
he was to pay the Canal was
the obligation he might owe.
Bohan at first answered, almost
whispering, "I don't know," but
when the Judge repeated his
question Bohan conceded the a-
mount.
The fine was paid within a
few minutes after he left the
courtroom. This morning Bohan
turned over to his attorney, W.
J. Sheridan, Jr., the $210 for
the Stoeffel casket which, he
had admitted on the stand, had
been sold by assistant undertak-
er Wayne Detamore and the
proceeds split between Detamore
and Bohan. Late this morning
the $1,500 was being paid to the
Canal and Bohan's $1,000 bail
K. Hazard recommended that had been returned to him.
on the first charge he be sen-
tenced to one year In the peni-
tentiary, this sentence to be
suspended on three conditions:
that Bohan do not violate any
law of the Canal Zone for a
year, that he pay to the Pana-
m Canal on or before May 4
the sum of $1,500 and that he
pay to Clarence Johnston, for
the estate of Johnny Stoeffel
$210. On the second charge,
Restraining Order
Lilted But Mother
Now Seeks Children
Two little girls, pawns In the
marital difficulties of their par-
ents, are back in custody of
their father today.
The children are the two and
four-year-old daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Gaspar Pacheco of
Panam City. Late yesterday
their mother left them at the
Hotel Tivoli where she had been
staying for two days and went
to the Ancon Courthouse to
consult Attorney W. J, Sheri-
dan about a restraining order
which Judge Joseph J. Hancock
had issued Wednesday night
forbidding her to take them
from the Zone.
While she was away, she
claims In an affidavit filed with
Judge Hancock late last night.
Pacheco came to the hotel and
took the children from a maid
who had been caring for them
in her absence.
After hearing Mrs. Pacheco's
complaint. Judge Hancock lifted
the restraining order which he
had placed on her.
District Attorney Daniel E.
McGrath said that the $1,500
was an "administrative finding
on caskets disposed of by Bo-
han."
Panam Canal Finance Di-
rector Arnold Bruckner said to-
day that the figure had been
arrived at by examination of
funeral receipts over a period
of several years. These receipts
were for funerals in which cas-
kets had been used but no pro-
ceeds remitted for the caskets.
It would be Impossible to say.
Bruckner added, "without hav-
ing him (Bohan) tell us in each
particular instance, whether he
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3)
Silver City Pool
Opens Tomorrow
With Free Swimming
The new $205,000 Silver City
Swimming Pool will be opened to-
morrow morning.
The new luncheonette at the
pool, Is already In operation.
The ceremonies will start at 10
am.
Following an Invocation by Fa-
ther charles Jacobs and an In-
troduction by Harold Williams,
the new pool will be formally pre-
sented to the community by W.
H. Crook, general manager of the
Clubhouse Division. The accept-
ance will be made by Horace V.
Parker, principal of the Silver
City school.
There will be free swimming all
day tomorrow, courtesy of the
Clubhouse Division.
The pool will be open from 1
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and
from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Satur-
days Sundays and holidays. Ad-
mission will be five cents for
school chilar en and 10 cents for
adults.
The luncheonette will be In
operation dally from 9 p.m. to 9:-
30 p.m.
The new pool, the first In a lo-
cal rate community, Is in the
playground area east of the Sli-
ver City Vocational School.
The luncheonette and bath-
house are painted a pastel gretn
and the landscape work presently
under way when completed will
make this area one of the most
attractive on the whole Atlantic
side.
Belancourl Barely
Escapes Assassin's
Poison In Havana
HAVANA, April 20, (UP) An
unidentified man accosted ex-
Venezuelan president Romulo Be-
tancourt on the street here to-
day and attempted to inject poi-
son into him with a syringe nee-
dle, in an apparent assassination
attempt, according to Betan-
court's friends.
Betancourt was not available
for comment. His friends said
quick reflexes saved him from a
possibly fatal dose. He was only
scratched.
They said the dootor at the
emergency station confirmed Die
syringe contained a deadly poi-
son.
US Is Making More
Far East Airfields
TOKYO, April 20 (UP)
Extensive airfield construction
is being carried out in Japan
and Okinawa to protect Japun
and United States strength in
the Far East.
Lt Gen. George E. Strateme-
yer told this today to Assistant
Secretary or the Army D.
Johnson.
Across-Board
Increase Given
Local Raters
Pay raises of five cents an hour for some 14,000 local-
rate employes of The Panam Canal and Panam Rail-
road Company in the first across-the-board wage increase
since July 1948 have been approved by Gov. Newcomer to
become effective this Sunday at the beginning of the next
pay period, it was announced today at Balboa Heights.
Corresponding increases ore to be granted to those
local-rate employes not included in the graded wage scale.
These include employes in such occupations as teachers,
deckhands and boatswains.
It is estimated that the increase will cost the Canal-
Railroad approximately $1,5000,000 a year.
The Canal's action in raising
wages for these employes has
been coordinated with other
Government agencies in the Ca-
nal Zone which arc employers
of sizeable forces of local-rate
workers. Prior notification of
the action was given to the
Army, Navy and Air Force.
It is understood that the lo-
cal Army, Navy and Air Force
organizations have recommend-
ed to Washington similar wage
Increases. However, approval
must be forthcoming before any
local increases within these
groups can be made effective.
New Jersey, Sister
Ship of 'Big Mo/
Berthing In Balboa
The 45-000-ton battleship New
Jersey, sister ship of the famed
Mlssuori, Is southbound today in
the Canal. 8he Is berthing about
8 p.m. at Balboa's Dock 16.
She will be Joined in Balboa at
10:30 a.m. by the Missouri, which
will be met at sea at 8 a.m. by
one of the newly arrived PBM
patrol bombers from the Navy's
VP-45 at Coco Solo and escorted
to her dock by the plane.
Already docked is the Essex
type carrier Hornet. Arrival of
the two battleships will put 117,-
000 tons of warships at the Bal-
boa docks. Complements of Navy
vessels total about 8.000. They
will be given shore leave on a
staggered schedule.
The Hornet, now being de-rig-
ged for transit, will got north
through the Canal Sunday. The
Missouri Is transiting Monday.
Daughter In-Law
Of Van Fleet
Here For Visit
Mrs. James A. Van Fleet, Jr.,
daughter-in-law of the com-
mander of the US. 8th Army in
Korea, is due here Monday a-
board the Panam Line's Cris-
tbal. With her is her two-year
old son, James A. Van Fleet III.
Mrs. Van Fleet will visit for
an indefinite period with her
sister, Mrs. Reginald T. Weber,
whose husband, a lieutenant
colonel, is senior Army instruc-
tion officer at Fort Amador.
They live at Fort Kbbbe.
Mrs. Van Fleet's husband is
an Air. Force lieutenant now
on duty in Greece.
The question of pay raises for
local-rate employes has been
under consideration and a final
decision on the exact amount
of the Increase was reached fol-
lowing a recent survey on cost
of living conducted by The Pa-
nam Canal.
The new pay rates represent
an overall average increase of
about 10 per cent in basic pay.
They will now range from a
minimum of 31 cents an hour
for grade 1(a) up to $145 an
hour for grade 15(e).
The only local llite employes
of the Canal-Railroad who will
not benefit in the salary in-
creases announced Thursday
will be a relatively small group
in "frozen" rates of pay. Those
in frozen rates of pay will get
Increases providing the new rate
for the top of their grade is
higher than their present rates.
There are presently about 70O
such employes and it is estimat-
ed that about half of these will
be entitled to increases ranging
from one to four cents an hour.
Employes in the frozen rates
are those whose pay was high-
er than the rates established
when the existing wage struc-
ture for local-rate employes
was established In February
1948.
The new pay Increases have
no relation to the within-grade
promotions which are made se-
mi-annually to local-rate em-
ployes. Approximately 5,000 re-
ceive wihin-grade raises every
June and December and a sim-
ilar group is slated for such pro-
motions two months from now.
The present across-the-board
Increase will make the ninth
upward pay revision for thesa
employes and the second high-
est ever received. A flat in-
crease of six cents an hour was
made in 1946, while the uni-
form Increase in 1948 was four
cents an hour. The latest raise
will bring the average local-rate
salary to nearly double the level
of 1940.
It Was Dry Season "
All Day Yesterday
The rainy season did not open
officially yesterday, lt only held
a dress rehearsal.
The rainfall yesterday was only
a pinpoint thundershower local-
ized over Balboa and Ancon and
did not extend Inland.
The arrival of the rainy sea-
son is considered official when
most of the weather stations
throughout the entire Isthmus
report rainfall on the same day.
Abbey Mystery Explained
Scottish Students Tell Of Stone Theft
GLASGOW, April 20 (UP)
The breathtaking story of the
removal of the Stone of Scone,
on which Scottish and British
kings have been crowned for cen-
turies, was told today by the
three students and young wom-
an who took lt from Westmins-
ter Abbey on Christmas morn-
ing.
It could finally be told because
the British government an-
nounced yesterday that no one
connected with the incident
would be prosecuted.
The stone is now back In West-
minster Abbey.
Ian Hamilton, 26. Gavin Ver-
non, 24, and Alan Stuart, 20. all
students, told a gathering at the
Glasgow University Union how
they took the stone from beneath
the Coronation Chair. ;
Katrine Matheson, 22. spoke to
newsmen in the Western High-
lands, where she is a domestic
science teacher.
The four said they went to
London in two cars on Decem-
ber 22. For two nights they care-
fully studied the police beats in
the neighborhood of the Abbey.
Hamilton had gone to London
twice before on such studies.
Late on the night of Dec. 24
they parked in "a lot near the
Abbey and watched a policeman
stroll by the door leading to the
Coronation chair.
Then all four entered one car,
leaving the second behind, and
drove up to the Abbey. The three
men when went inside. The girl
staved in the car.
When the men removed the
stone from the chair it came
apart. Hamilton carried the
smaller 100 lb. piece about
one quarter of the whole stone.
to the car and put it in the
back.
Katrine said: "We had just put
a raincoat over the stone when
the policeman come back.
"I started making passionate
love to Ian. It must have been
convincing because the police-
man stood there and talked to
us quite a while.
" 'Have you got anything in
the back of the car?' the police-
man asked. 'I am looking for
stolen carpets'."
It was a bad moment for the
couple, but lt turned out the po-
liceman was Joking.
Just before they drove off there
was a lod crash from Inside the
Abbey door.
The policeman commented:
"The caretaker must have falten
down."
Hamilton and Katrine drove
to the parking lot.
Vernon and Stuart dragged out
the larger piece of stone, found
to their dismay that the others
had gone, and went to the park-
ing lot on foot.
They arrived there as Hamil-
ton and Katrine were returning
to the Abbey.
Several nights later Hamilton
and Stuart drove to Birmingham
with other friends and brought
the stone to Scotland.
The stone moved about several
times after that. The four main
conspirators usually did not
know where it was.


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FRIDAY, APRIL 80, 151
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To help PAA's passengers keep
their families and frlenda In-
formed on where they are ami
what they're seeing, every PAA
Clipper Is now being stocked with
post cards, souvenir menus and
airmail stationery.
Passengers may address thorn
in flight and hand them to the
steward of stewardess, who will
deliver them to PAA station ptt-
sonnei at the next stop. There
postage is affixed and the mate-
rial Is immediately mailed at no
charge.
Timber
Three extra ships are being
added to Luckenbach's lumber
carriers during April, according
to the latest Issue of the Pacific
Shipper. A rail car shortage, Ine
Shipper aays, is the reason for
the inter-coastal shipments uf
lumber by water.
First of the Luckenbach ships
is the Florence Luckenbach, on
which no due date has yet been
received by Wilford and McKay,
C.Z. agents. She will be followed
by the Julia Luckenbach with a-
bout April 22 given as her West
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northwest was one Weyerhausar
lumber ship.
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the executive vice president of
Branlff Airways, left early yes-
terday, for Havana and Dallas al-
ter spending several days on the
'sthmus. Beard, who has been In
Colombia, was to meet his wife in
Havana.
Isthmus Bound
Lt. General W. H. H. Moms, Jr,
Commander-ln-Chlef, Caribbean
Command and Mrs. Morris and
Mrs. Murray Wise, wife of 'he
Charge d'falres of the United
States Embassy, are scheduled to
return to the Isthmus Monday on
the S.S. Cristobal, according to
the advance passenger list from
the Panama Line offices at Bal-
boa Heights.
Only 52 passengers will arrive
on the Cristobal. The complete
advance passenger list follows:
Mrs. Barbara V. Albertson and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Blau; Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Bolanos; Ed-
ward S. Dama; Mr. and Mrs.
Dulcidlo Gonzalez and two chil-
dren: Miss Julie Howard; and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert A. Jameson and
daughter.
Mrs. Jeanette Kelley; Col. and
Mrs Rollo C. Lawrence; Mrs. A-
delle M. Levlne; Mr. and Mrt.
Edward H. Lloyd; Miss Louise
Lloyd;. Mr. and Mrs. Allison A.
Love and son; Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Marsh; Louis Mauro; Lt. Gen.
and Mrs. W. H. H. Morris. Jr.;
and Mrs. Ruth H. Munyon and
son.
James Regan; Mrs. Guillermi-
na J. de Rice; Mrs. Louise A. Rod-
gers; Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Schmachtenbert; Mrs. Margaret
M. Schofleld; Warren G. Sch'iltz;
Earl M. Seagrave; Miss Mar wet
A. Seller; Harold Silversteln; and
Chester C. Turck, Jr.
- Mrs. James VanFleet and sen;
Mr. and Mrs. Erich Von Slefart;
Mrs. Murray Wise; Mrs. Betty
Yudln; Mrs. Marlon O. Fitch and
daughter; and Miss Jane Tarca.
Damaged
Engine failure Just as she ap-
proached the south end of Mlra-
flores Locks yesterday sent the
Peruvian Navy collier Cabo Blan-
co veering Into the locks ap-
proach wall. Her starboard bow
was considerably damaged.
The collier was able to continue
on to Cristobal where an Investi-
gation was held last night. The
ship Is en route In ballast from
Callao to Southampton, England.
LockI agents are the Panama
Railroad.
TERRY
UNANIMOUS VOTE
By OSWANLD JACOB?
Written for NEA Service
There Is. of course, a great
deal more to the new game of
Samba (three-pack Canasta I
than Just knowing the rules. A
good player will get much bet-
ter results than a poor player.
As In Canasta, your object Is
not to meld out as quickly as
possible on every single- hand
but to make the most of your
cards. When you have good cards
you should try to keep the hand
alive In order to meld as much
as possible. When the opponents
have better cards than your sld your object should be to meld
out as quickly as possible In or-
der to prevent them from run-
ning away with the game.
Don't bother to make the In-
itial meld from your hand. Walt
for a chance to pick up the dis-
card pile. However, if the other
side gets the discard pil lt Is
then all right for you or your
partner to meld from the hand.
Making the Initial meld from
the hand does not enable you or
your partner to take the discard
pile later on with one matching
card and a wild card. iThls can
never be done In Samba.) The
only possible advantage of mak-
ing the Initial meld Is that lt re-
lieves your partner of the bur-
den of making the count.
This la seldom necessary st
Samba because you draw two
cards and discard only one. thus
gaining one card per round. In a
very short time, there are so
many cards in your hand that
lt Is no hardship at all to make
the minimum count.
After the opponents have
taken the first substantial dis-
card pile, It usually pays for your
side to meld In order to prepare
for a fast out. It Isn't always
necessary to play for a fast out
when your opponents get con-
trol of the discard pile, but the
chances are that you will want
to do so.
In your Initial meld avoid a
rank that has already been
melded by the opponents, for
such a meld starts out with two
strikes on it. If you cannot make
the minimum count In any other
way lt Is better to wait a little
longer In the hope that your
hand will get better or that your
partner will meld In the mean-
time.
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window counter, he looked up the
number of the last ticket he had
sold, ran out to a departing train
and gave Instructions to the con-
ductor. The conductor checked
Ucket numbers, then handed the
holder an envelope containing
the penny and a note from Go--
man: "You left this on the win-
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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
New Laboratory
On CZ's Famed
Under Way
Animal Isle
Construction ol a large new la-
boratory building on Barro Colo-
rado Island Is now under way, ac-
cording to Dr. James Zetek, the
Smithsonian Institution's Canal
Zone representative.
The building, on which E. O.
Hauke was successful bidder, will
consist of two floors. Main work
rooms will be on the ground floor
while the upper flor will have four
Identical rooms on each side of
an 8-foot corridor.
Describing the new building;,
Zetek told The Panama Amtrl-
can that each of the second floor
rooms will be 16 by 14 feet, and
each will be a complete unit .so
that, as necessary, they may be
fumigated. They will also be fit-
ted to control the humidity which
causes much deterioration and
corrosion In the tropics. Dehu-
miditiers, heating units and fans
will be used as required.
Each room will have celling
fluorescent lights; all windows
will have removable screen and
glass windows which can be clos-
ed as needed. Provisions are
made for air-conditioning'these
rooms at a later date. All walls
will be covered with gypsum
board, as will the corridor.
At leat two rooms, Zetek said,
will be used for the extensive
scientific library.
Another room will be used for
the herbarium, which now num-
bers about 4.000 sheets, with a-
bout 3,000 more not yet perman-
ently mounted. These pressed
plant specimens are in modern
steel cabinets which keep out
dust and permit fumigation as
needed. The room will be pro-
vided with work tables.
A fourth upstairs room will pro-
vide space for the species card
Indexes and other valuable data.
Another room will be used to
store microscopes and other la-
boratory apparatus and photo-
graphic equipment. The other
rooms will be used largely for la-
boratory glassware, chemicals,
other lab and field equipment.
The main work rooms will be on
the ground floor. The whole area
will be walled in with terracotta
tile to a height of three feet and
screened above. A large photo-
graphic room with modern equip-
ment will be provided. There will
also be a large "dry" room with
individual drying cabinets, incu-
bators, etc. Showers and toilets
will be located on the lower floor.
An important item in the
new building will be a de-tick-
ing device.
The concrete ground floor will
be extended beyond the eaves-
line. The roof will be of aluminum
in an inverted "V," bat-proofed
and with special high-capacity
ventilators which will connect to
the central corridor of the up-
per floor.
Future plans call for an X-ray
room and in the near future a
30,000-gallon concrete rain water
storage tank will be added, fed
from the runoff on the large
roof. The water will be pumped
as needed into a higher-level
service tank, from which It will
feed by gravity flow to the labor-
atories. The 15,000 gallon press-
ure-treated creosote tank will be
converted into a concrete tank
and will be filled by rain, water
from the large main building.
The original building, built in
1923. will eventually be revamp-
ed Into a fire-proof structure and
the Chapman and Barbour hous-
es will likewise be revamped and
enlarged. Eventually improve-
ments and enlargements will be
made to the kitchen and adjoin-
ing storeroom.
Many of the Innovations. Zetek
said, include newest advances in
the control of termites and par-
ticularly deterioration and corri-
sion due to humidity.
Trapido To Report
On Malaria Work
In Sardinia
The Mediterranean island of
Sardinia west of Italy will be
the subject of an illustrated
lecture by Dr. Harold Trapido
before the Panama Canal Nat-
tural History Society on Wed-
nesday at 8 p.m.
Dr. Trapido Is a biologist on
the staff of the Oorgas Me-
morial Laboratory. He spent
from April to October 1950 on
Sardinia as consulting biologist
to the International Health Di-
vision of the Rockefeller Found-
ation on a project to eradicate
the malaria-carrying anopheles
mosquito.
His talk will be illustrated
with color slides covering his
trip from Panama to Sardinia,
via New York, Newfoundland,
Ireland and Western Europe
Including the Pontlne Marshes,
Monte Casslno, Naples and Pom-
pel.
Members may bring prospec-
tive members and Isthmian vi-
sitors.
Ridgway Reversed Creeping
Defeatism On Korea Fronts
Writing in "Look" Magazine
for Aprll24, Eric Downton sums
up his recent on-the-grourtd ob-
servations along the Korean cen-
tral front under the headline "..
. .And Every Hill A Calvary."
Downton has this to say of Lt.
General Matthew Ridgway:
"The creeping defeatism is
gone. Discipline is better. A
calm faced flfty-six-year-old
American soldier has Infused a
new spirit Into this International
army.
"General Ridgway has worked
this change in an astonishingly
short time since he assumed com-
mand at the end of December af-
ter the death in a JeeD crash cf
Lt. General Walton Walker. Un-
doubtedly, for years to come, vet-
erans of this 8th Army will argue
as to how much of this change
has been wrought by Ridgway,
himself, and how much by a coin-
cidence of eventsas the British
8th Army veterans still discuss
Wavell and Auchinleck and their
setbacks, and Montgomery and
his desert victories. The Indispu-
table fact is that Ridgway came
to a discouraged retreat-minded
Army and now it is aggressive
and tauter in all departments.
divisions to Peking as a psycholo-
gical weapon.
"Ridgway knocked the Asian
heavyweight back across the ring
with a brisk one-two. First, a
stinging left JabIn the form cf
what the communiques called a
"limited objective offensive" up
the west coast through Suwon to
the gates of Korea by sticking to
the crumbling tracks that mas-
querade as roads. If we ever fight
across the surface of the moon lt
will probably be like this cam-
paign. I wouldn't be surprised if
there are place names among the
moon's craters that sound very
much akin to Hoengsong, Chip-
yongni, Yngduri, Hongchon,
Chunchon.
"Ridgway has labored almost wharfs,
in the manner of a psychiatrist to
banish the psychological Incubus
so skillfully exploited by the
Chinesedraped around the Ar-
my's collective mentality. He nas
utilized the tricks of public rela-
tions as well as all the rules in che
Army manuals and a few that he
Improvised himself. By Jeep, he-
licopter and light plane he moves
constantly along the front super-
vising his field staff deliberately
showing himself to the troops.
His paratrooper's uniform with
its brace of grenades slung from
the shoulderstraps is becoming as
familiar to his cosmopolitan force
as were Patton's pearl-handled
revolvers to the U.S. Third Army
or Montgomery's beret in the de-
sert. He has made extensive staff
changes. Like Montgomery in the
desert, he has shattered a grow-
ing legend of near invincibility
with Chinese Communist Lin
Piao for his Rommella legend
that was probably worth seveial
On Sunday at the Episcopal
Church of Our Saviour, New Cris-
tobal, the Rt. Rev. R. Helper
Gooden, S.T.D., will preach at the
11 a.m. Service. That evening at
St. Margaret's Chapel, Margari-
ta, located temporarily in the old
Hospital building, the bishop will
preach at the 7 o'clock service.
Bishop Gooden has recently rc-
Amorimn I ina turned from an extended tour of
MITieriCan Lines the Church's work In the Repub-
Barred In Poland llcofcolombla
WARSAW, April 20 (UP).
Poland today barred Moore Mc-
Cormack's American Scantlc
Lines from Polish ports In re-
prisal agadnst the Mjw York
"security" ban of the Polish mo-
tor ship Batory from the city's possibility of the further opera-
tion in Poland of the American
Scantic Lines, whose headquart-
ers port of call Is Gydnla."
The note charged the United
States with Infringement of In-
ternational maritime law and
of the freedom of the seas.
Bishop Gooden
To Preach Sunday
and charged that the treatment
of the Batory's passengers In
New York had been criminal.
The note
Govrnment
added: "The Polish
does not see the
The press here disclosed that
a 3000 word note handed to the
American Embassy yesterday
held the United States respon-
sible for alleged discrimination
against the Polish maritime flag,
Balboa PTA Panel
Will Discuss RP
Education System
Educational opportunities in
the Republic of Panama will be
the subject of a panel discus-
sion to be given next Tuesday
evening at the April meeting of
the Balboa Senior-Junior High
School Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion. The meeting begins at 7.30
p.m. and will be held in the High
School Library.
'The program had been develop
and will be presented under the
auspicos of Panama's Ministry of
Education and the Institute of
Inter-American Affair's Educa-
tion Division in the Republic.
Col. Normal Elton will serve as
moderator for the discussion.
A representative of the Edu-
cation ministry will speak on
educational opportunities in the
elementary and secondary
schools of Panama and Prof.
Max Arosemena, consultant for
the Institute of Inter-American
Affairs, will report on trends and
development of Panama's educa-
tion.
Prof. Rafael Moscote, director
of the National Institute, will
take on his own school and "Its
opportunities and Prof. Alberto
de Saint Malo, acting dean of
the University, will discuss the
university.
The rural educational program
and the vocational education
program in Panama will be dis-
cussed, respectively by Dr. John
E. Grinnell, teacher-trainer for
the Institute of Inter-American
Affairs, and by Ernest C. Jepp-
sen, its chief of party.
Also appearing before the
members will be two represent-
atives of Girls' State, Patt Walk-
er and Annette Godby, who will
talk briefly on the purposes and
activities of the annual gather-
ing.
Lodge
of W.,
Group Meetings
The members o Unity
No. 1084 of the I.B.P.O.E.
are hereby notified that the re-
gular meeting of April 21 will not
beheld.
Next session will be held on
May 4.
on Saturday, April 21, the Erie
Lodge of Elks will end their Sil-
ver Jubilee celebration with a
dance at the Tropical Club. Invi-
tations are extended to all mem-
bers and their friends.
ANTI-COMMUNIST FRONT
MEETING
The Action Secretary of the
Panama Anti-Communist Front
(Frerte Antl-Comunlsta de Pan-
ama) will hold a meeting with
all Canal Zone and Panama col-
laborators, April 27 at 7 p.m. No.
84,14th West Street, Panama Ci-
ty.
The Panam Antl-Cdmmunlst
Frontis a democratic society that
defends liberty and Justice and lt
Is formed by students of the Pa-
nama University and secondary
schools, teachers, professionals
and workers.
Elizabeth Hayden
Dies In Panama;
Funeral Tomorrow
Elizabeth Albertha Hayden,
60, of Calle Estudiante Street
died at 7 a.m. today at Panama
Hospital after a brief illness.
Mrs. Hayden was a resident of
Panama City for over 40 years
and for some time was employ-
ed at the Balboa Beer Garden.
The cortege will leave tomor-
row at 12 from the Santo To-
mas Hospital mortuary and will
proceed to Santa Ana Church
where funeral services wUl be
held.
Mrs. Hayden Is survived by
three sons Cleveland, Rupert
and Harold Hearne, and one
daughter Judith Hearne, all re-
sidents of Panama.
Tennis Court
Dance Tonight
Dancing on the Diablo Ten-
nis Courts to the music of
Steudner's orchestra Is being of-
fered tonight to raise money for
the trophies and medals to be
presented to children who ex-
cel in some phase of the com-
ing Summer Recreation Pro-
gram. .
'Admission is 50 cents and the
public has been asked to sup-
port the affair. Door prizes wili
be given. _______
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nine of Clubs hold, whereupon
West would lay down the Jack of
club and then cash the last club.
Technically. East was wrong.
He could safely drop the ten of
clubs. If West wanted his part-
ner to win the fourth round of
.clubs, for some reason, he could
lead the deuce of clubs at the
fourth trick. In other words, the
play of the ten would give West
freedom of action; the play of
the small club gave West no
choice at all.
However, If West is a much
better player than East he should
take all the blame. An expert
should always keep his partner
out of trouble when that is pos-
sible..
King's Scot Borderers
Sail For Korean Front
HONO KONO, April 20 (UP)
Scottish troops sailed for Ko-
rea today aboard the United
States transport Montrose.
These men, from the King's
Own Scottish Borderers will
Join the newly formed 28trj
Commonwealth Brigade, along
with the Canadians and New
Zealanders now serving with the)
27th Commonwealth Brigade.
CaU Me Major
PARRIS ISLAND, 8.C. (UP)
A 19-year-old major is Just an-
other "boot" to the fterine Corp
recruit depot here, for the Ma-
rine is major in name only. To
recruit Is Pvt. Harry Edward Mr
Jor of Frankfort, Ind.
"We hate U put you on th? j
spoc," write a Pittsburgh corres-
pondent, "but somebody ha lo,
decide this ort of point, and you I
are elected. The East and West
players in thl hand are both
good players and have been good
friends for years, but they're a,
bit cool right now. Maybe you can
straighten them out.
"West led the seven of clubs,
and East won the king. East then,
returned the three of clubs,;
South played the queen and West
won with the ace. West laid down
the Jack of clubs, expecting nis
partner to drop the tenbut East,
played low.
"The result was that Bast had
to win the fourth round of ".lubs
with the ten. He returned the
Jack of hearts, but South took
the ace of hearts at once and ran
nine trick before anybody could
say Jack Robinson.
"You can Imagine what follow-
ed. West said his play of the Jack
of clubs was a command to drop
the ten. East said it meant that
West wanted his partner to win
the fourth club o a* to lead a
heart through.
"Who is right In this case?"
When West led the seven of
clubs, East should have seen that
South dropped the eight on the
first trick. There was a good
chance that the opening leader
had the missing deucein which
case he had led from a five-card
suit. The play to the second and
third tricks all led towards the
same conclusion. Hence East
could have and should have drop-
ped the ten of clubs In the ex-
pectation that his partner could
set the contract with five club
tricks.
When East returned the three
of clubs, West knew that this was
either a fourth-best club or East'j
highest club, then South had
started with Q-10-8-4 and had
played the eight on the first trick
and the queen on the second
trick. This is so absurd that West
could be sure that his partner
had the missing ten and four of
clubs.
Hence West could have led ihe
nine of clubs at the third trick
to make sure that the suit did net
block no matter what his part-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY. APRIL M. INI
Semi-Finals Listed In Summit Best Ball Play]
by
JOE WILLIAMS
Putting one little word after another, and whatever became
of Ben Jones? For the second spring in a row famed Calumet
Stable is without a Derby horse. It may be Rex Layne instead of
Joe Louis against Charles for the heavyweight championship in
September. You hear IBC fears that if Louis should win he'd put
the title in deep-freexe for good and another long period of con-
fusion would ensue. Irony of this is that Louis is highly placed
in the IBC family and ostensibly wields influence in policy-mat-
ters. Somehow the situation is remindful of the days when Babe
Ruth waa vice president and assistant manager of the Boston
Braves. Titles which meant exactly nothing.

With Uncle Miltie, the comic, watching him for the first
time, Uncle Miltie, the horse, odds-on, staggered home an un-
funny eighth at Jamaica Saturday. It may be that thorough-
bred horses are more sensitive to shock than TV patrons and
that the Derby favorite simply lost his composure. There are
times when even the hardiest humans survive the Berle Hour
only by dint of enormous fortitude and patience. Some experts
were inclined to criticize the way the colt was trained. If he
wasn't a fit horse this would explain his unbelievably dull race.
Otherwise he could have had no excuse whatever, and it was
most significant that he wasn't running a lick at the finish.
Until further notice and more comprehensive testimony Is offer-
ed final judgment must be withheld. It hardly seems possible
that so Impressive a colt could have lost his seeming class over-
mght. t .
Lou Boudreau's arrangement with the Red Sox is that he's
10 receive his freedom anytime he gets a managerial offer. There's
surely nothing static about the baseball picture. For instance,
this year Joe McCarthy will be getting the opener via the air
waves on his Buffalo farm, his career, which began in the pre-
historic ri-State League in 107, finally at an end. Hank Green-
berg is on something of a spot in Cleveland. It was his deci-
sion that brought Al Lopez in to manage. Ellis Ryan, the club
president, preferred to go along one more year with Boudreau.
Can the Yankees make it three in a row this year? Don't bet
against it. They make a habit of winning pennants in bunches.
They've won three straight twice and four hand-running once.
Only one other AL club won as many as three without stopping
and that was Connie Mack's '29 to '31 Athletics.
*
The British Influence in the State Department must be ex-
aggerated, or else Mr. Truman would be officiating at a cricket
match in Washington. The Kremlin menace Is even more peril-
ous than you'd suspect, for Russia controls the special feathers
used In badminton birds. One overt act and the sport in this
country Is wiped out. Some dames are so prudish they won't even
look at an overexposed snapshot. The press box thanks Mickey
Mantle for an exciting spring season and a chance to learn how
to spell osteomyelitis. Nobody is perfect, Including Oen. Mac-
Arthur who did not hive the good sense to get himself born In
Missouri. Trout fishing is no doubt wonderful sport but to the
sensible sedentary athlete It'll never replace the seafood at the
shore Inn.
The upcoming Wood Memorial wM t>e the next and final
Derby test hereabouts. Out of the last 10 runnings three of the
winners have gone on to repeat at Churchill Downs, Count Fleet,
Hoop Jr. and Assault. I'd say it comes close to being the most
revealing of the prelims. Speaking of boat racingand the sequ-
ence here is not deliberateCambridge was. quite Impressive in
beating the Yale eight on the Housatonic Saturday. Apart from
skill and power, Bob Hall, Yale's popular director of athletics
was impressed with the visitors' resolution "They trained as
if the fate of the empire were at stake," he marveled. "M> time
ut for parties, no frivolities, everything deadly serious." .
This is a departure from the traditional British approach which
normally makes victory secondary to the old school tie. The fact
that no British crew has scored in the Olympics since 1912 may
bela t* explain tn* revised philosophy. They now move to Har-
vard for a match on Thursday. And aneas what the Britishers are
to get if they winT The Paul RevereTTrophy. What could be more
historically appropriate?
Walking will always remain a popular exercise as long as
Tommy Byrne is pitching. It Is only fair to assume the mental
patient's Impersonation In the Ohio Legislature would have been
Just as successful if he had spoken as. say, a Georgia Senator
instead of a Maine Senator. Another example of quitting at one's
peak is the White House stenographer with the mink coat who
is going back to housewifely chores.
Saturday's
Program
1st RACE NATIVES (E) 6% Fg.
Purse $275.00
FIRST RACE
1Sincero
2Resorte
3Torcaza
Pool Closes 12:45
OF THE DOUBLE
J. Samanlego
A. Mena
C. Ruiz
4Golden Babe M. Hurley
5Taosv A. Enrique
6Don Sizzle K. Flores
7G. Patricia A. Valdivia
8Tin Tan E. Sllvera
117
112
110
99
113
114
110
2nd RACE NATIVES (F-2)
6& Fgs.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE
DOUBLE
1Hechicera C. Ruiz 114
2La Prensa R. Ycaza 97
3Cacique J. Rodriguez 114
4Tapicero J. Baeza 14
5Caaveral E. Sllvera 104
ftDiosa E. Campbell 105
3rd RACE NATIVES (A) 4Vz Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pdbl Closes 1:45
ONE-TWO
1Golden Tip E. Sllvera 101
2Grito y Plata R. Ycaza 99
3Taponazo A. Mena 103
4Tully Saba J. Contreras 119
5Don Pitln E. Ortega 107
6Mandinga B. Agulrre 112
FORM SWIMMING, during the first of two water ballets, was
exhibited, during Wednesday night's Albrook Aquacade, by
members of the Canal Zone swimming team. The two bal-
lets comprised a total of ten routines. Here, reading top
clockwise are: Henry Cruz, Marylln Ford, Helen Edwards,
Charles McGlade, Jane Mallan, Carlos Jaramlllo, Merry Mal-
lan, David Mcllhenny, Gloria Glaze. Don Connor and Celeste
Powell. (Photo by Albrook Photo Lab.)
4th RACE NATIVES (G) 4% Fgv
Purse $250.00 Pool Closes 2:20
QUINIELA
1Monteverde J. Baeza
2Malaya K. Flores
3Avlvato E. Daro
4Callejera E. Sllvera
5Florencia V. Rodriguez
6Cosa Linda A. Mena
7Campesino J. Rodrigue?.
8Pon La Olla V. Castillo
104
108
100
104
102
109
105
112
5th RACE IMPORTED (B)
Wi Fgs.
Purse $750.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Marlscallto Rodrguez 104
2L. Head J. Contreras 121
3Newmlnster E. Sllvera 105
4Alto Alegre R. Trejos 101
5Phoebus Apollo Agulrre 119
6Avenue Road C. Ruiz 124
th RACE IMPORTED (F)
6 Vi Fgs.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1Paragon B. Agulrre 120
2Interlude A. Enrique
3Delhi A. Mena
4The Dauber B. Moreno
5Nehulnco J. Rulz
6Cobrador E. Corcho
7Tip Top R. Trejos
8Sun Cheer) O Rulz
9Walrus) J. Rodrguez
105
120
110
115
106
110
110
7th RACE IMPORTED (H)
6 Va Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1rabe E. Silvefa 101
2Bendigo B. Agulrfe 110
3Bosforo J. Rulz 116
4Dora's Time A. Bazan' 120
5Salcedo) C. Tuon 115
6Mlss Cristina^ Enrique 107
7Blumaha R. Trejos 104
8Apprise J. Baeza 104
OJepperln C. Rulz 112
Juan Diaz II, Baby Green
Wind Up Training For Clash
8th RACE IMPORTED (D) 7 Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1Purple Spray K. Flores 120
2Don Toto J. Contreras 114
3Lightning G. Sanchez 120
4OH-- Blossom Castillo 120
5r 'lomon Phillips 120
6A o C. Ycaza 120
9th RACE IMPORTED (E)
1 1/8 MILE
Purse $550.00 Pool closes 5:15
ONE-TWO
1Pulgarcito J. Baeza
2Suavo J. Avila
3Cantaclaro E. Daro
4Sismo A. ngulo
5Nljlnsky J. Contreras
6Curaca K. Flores
107
120
106
117
107
114
10th RACE IMPORTED (I) 7 Fgs.
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Valebiza M. Guerrero 120
2Hanna A. Valdivia 118
3Costina) E. Darlo 110
.Bantamweight Champion Baby |
Green and Juan Diaz II today
wound up their training chores
for their expected thriller Sun-
day night at the Panama Na-
tional Gym.
Colon's pride, Juan Diaz, holds
two decisions over the champ.
However, both were by decision
and the fights were close.
Also, Green has improved con- ,
siderably since he last met Diaz.'
The Colon lad will be out to,
frove his superiority over the
anama star and force the
Champ to give him a shot at.
the 118-pound title.
Green, naturally, will be out
to avenge his two previous de-
feats and the experts seem to
agree that he has a good chance
of scoring a knockout over the
longer route.
The semifinal brings together
Beto Scantleburv and Clavin
Lloyd. Scantlebury started out
like a ball-of-fire in the pro
ranks. He scored four straight
wins then ran into Baby Haw-
kins and had his win streak
snapped. In a return bout with
Hawkins, he managed to get a
draw.
This bout will be the most Im-
portan one ever fought so far by
Scantlebury. The winner of this
contest will reportedly get a
chance to meet Leonel Peralta,
the unbeaten K. O. artist, in a
main bout in the near future.
This bout is also of great im-
portance to Lloyd because a de-
feat could mean the end of his
ring career.
The program will be rounded
out with two special attractions.
A six-rounder and a four-
rounder. The six round contest
will see Battling Escudero swap-
ping punches with Byron Cum-
berbatch.
Cumberbatch, a top conten-
der in the flyweight division, has
put on weight and moved up
the 118-pound class.
Escudero is unbeaten in his six
professional fights. Cumber-
Japanese Runner
Captures 26-Mile
Boston Marathon
BOSTON. April 20 (UP)A
.young Japanese runner from
Hiroshima beat 152 rivals wltn
a strong stretch finish yesterday
In the 55th Annual Boston Ma-
! rathon.
Nineteen-year-old Shlgekl Ta-
: naka won the 28-mlle. 385-yard.
! Patriot's Day classic by four
minutes. Despite rain and a
i chilling wind, Tanaka covered
the hills and dales between
Hopkinton and Boston In two
hours, 27 minutes and 45 seconds.
, That's just two minutes and six
seconds under the record.
An estimated half-million fans
cheered the runners along the
route. A Boston runnerJohn
Laffertyran second; Tthana-
slos Ragazos of Athens, Greece,
was third; Louis White of New
York was fourth, just a few
yards behind Ragazos. And the
winner's teammateShinjl Ko-
yapagithe pace-setter for the
first 20 mileswas fifth.
Tanaka ran a well-planned
race. He took fourth place short-
ly after the start and moved up
to third at the halfway mark.
Tanaka eased Into second place
soon after that and took com-
mand with more than three
miles to go.
Not another runner was In
sight when Tanaka hit the fin-
ish line and was crowned wltti
the traditional laurel wreath.
The winner wasn't even
breathing heavily at the finish.
A physician who examined him
said Tanaka showed "excep-
cional" stamina.
He also showed exceptional
modesty and under-statement.
"I am very happy to win,"
said this young man who had
traveled half way around the
world for the chance. "I am
very, very happy."
Army Sports
Shannon And Mitten Favored
To Lick Graham And Smith
4Silver Fox) V. Castillo 112
5Beach Sun V. Rodriguez 112
6Certa H. D. Tun 117
7Terry J. C. Ycaza 116
11th RACE NATIVES IB) 6V2 Fgs
Purse $350.00 Pool Closes xxx
1Elona M. Zeballos 110
2Batan R. Trejos 114
3Lolito G. Sanchez 122
4Proton V. Rodriguez
107
5Amazona E. Sllvera 108
JUAN DIAZ II
batch, though still a youth In
years, is a veteran of the prize
ring.
The four round bout will be
between Melvin Bourne and
Cisco Kid. Bourne is fresh out
of the ranks of the simn pures.
Citation Finishes
Third In Comeback
SAN MATEO, California. April
20(UP)A horse owned by N.
G. Phillips "A lark" spoiled
the comeback Wednesday of
Calumet Farm's famed "Cita-
tion." triple-crown champ in
1948 and the world's leading mo-
ney winner. Citation finished
third in a special allowance race
at Bay Meadows Track In San
Mateo, California. "Pancho
Supreme." ran second.
It was the first time In Cita-
tion's career that he finished
worse than second. Previously
he had started 38 times, and had
won 29, while finishing second
nine times. Big Cy also picked
up the smallest winnings of his
career.. .430 dollars, to boost his
total earnings to $930,060.
Jockey Steve Brooks, who rode
Citation, said after the race the
horse seemed to be just holding
his own at the finish. And train-
er Jimmy Jones says he won't
know until today in what kind
of condition Citation came out
of the race. The loss Is the third
straight for Citation which
drooped Its lost two races to the
Irish-bred "Noor."
Semi-finals in the National
Distillers Best Ball Tournament,
which wfll be held Sunday at
Summit, will find Matt Shannon
and Herb Mitten attempting to
continue their sub-par golf to
defeat the strong team of Perc
Graham and Jack Smith. The
Mitten-Shannon team have shot
three consecutive sub-par rounds
and are heavy favorites to de-
feat the duo of Graham and
Smith, but it will be one of the
toughest matches of the toruna-
ment.
In the lower bracket will be
Al Corsalc and helpful Bob
Medlnger against Mike Kuli-
kowskl and Charlie Wood of
Brazos Brook. Wood and Kuli-
kowski rate slight favorites, but
you can never count Al Corsale
out of any tournament.
The first flight will find De-
Luca and Hollls against the sur-
prising pair of Bishop and Wlch-
raan; and Kriske and McKlnrtey
against Robinson and LeBrun.
In the second flight the 14-
year old team of Hammond and
Hlnkle will play the seml-retlred
team of Bob Colllns-Getman.
and the heavily favored team of
Daniels and Sears against
Youngblood and Boettcher.
This week will find 24 excellent
crolfers attempting to blrdue No.
8 to win one of the National
Distillers popular products. Ap-
proximate starting times will be:
8:00 Hammond-Hlnkle vs. Col-
llns-Getman.
8:15 Kriske-McKenney vs.
Robinson-LeBrun.
8:30 Graham-Smith vs. Shan-
non-Mitten.
8:15 Daniels-Sears vs. Young-
bloou-Boettcher.
9:00 Kullkowskl-Wood vs. Ce*
sale-Medlnger.
9:'1S DeLuca-Hollis vs. Krlake-
McKinney.
With the finals but one weeK
away everyone Is looking for-
ward to the championship
celebration Sunday afternoon,
April 29, and the gala party
scheduled for Sunday evening
at Summit Golf Club with Na-
tional Distillers products liberal-
ly dispensed.
Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER I
1Toreasa
2Canaveral
3Tully Saba
4Malaya
5Phoebus Apollo
6Paragon
7Bendigo
8Alfonsito
9Curaca
10Silver Fox (e)
11lolito
ONE BEST Tully
Tin Tan
Caolquo
Mandinga
Cosa Linda
Linney Head
Tip Top
Salcedo
Don Tot
Nijinsky
Hanna
Batan
Saba
Fort Kobbe. C. Z.The 33rd
Infantry softball playoffs got
underway last week with Tank
Company defeating Company D
In an extra inning contest. 10-9.
The Tankers had 10 runs on 10
hits, and Company D had nine
runs on 4 hits.
Wilson was the winning pitch-
er. Brown the loser. Two de-
cisive blows did the trick for the
Tankers. Roebuck blasted a
round-trlpper with the bases
full, and Kalnes broke up the
game in the last of the eighth
with a tremendous smash to left
that had to be scored a single
because it knocked In the game
ending run from third.
In the second game of the
series Company D outscored Hq.
Co., 2nd Bn.. 15-14. This game
was finished under protest from
Hq. Co., but It was disallowed.
Winning pitcherBrown. Losing
pitcherDabrasky.
Hq. Co. came roaring back In
the next game and revenged
their loss. Company D was shut
out as Dabraskv allowed only
three hits, while his mates
pounded Brown for ten runs.
Tank Company and Hq. Co.,
2nd Bn will now play each other
for the championship of the
33rd Infantry, but first they will
compete In the U8ARCARIB
playoffs, which Is being con-
ducted on the Fort Kobbe dia-
mond near let Battalion head-
quarters.
CHIEF McMAHON
NEW YORK, (NEA) .Jack Mc-
Mahon will captain the 1951-52
Brooklyn St. John's basketball
squad.
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DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
Saturday's Feature Race
5th Race "B" Importeds 654 Fgs.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. MARISCAL1TO........Jos Rodrguez 104
2. LINNEY HEAD..........J. Contreras 121
3. NEWM1NSTER.............E. Silvera 105
4. ALTO ALEGRE............R. Trejos 104
5. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Aguirre 119
6. AVENUE ROAD.............C. Ruiz 124
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
Sundays Stellar Race
5th Race "A" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $1,000.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
J. (P1NARD.............Jos Rodrguez 119
2. (DICTADOR.............J. Contreras 107
3. RATHLIN LIGHT...........A. Mena 99x
4. WELSH LOCH.............K. Flores 119
5. MAIN ROAD...............E. Daro 100


FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAOS PTVR
Cubs, White Sox Win Again; Giants, Braves Split Twin Bill
Giants, Braves Split;
Both Chicago Teams Win
By United Press
NEW YORK, April #> The Cubs and White Sox
yesterday remained deadlocked for the lead in their res-
pective leagues by virtue of easy victories. Both teams
hove two victories against no defeats to remain on even
footing with the Pirates (National League), lndians,Yan-
kees and Senators (American League) all of which were
idle.
-:------
The Cubs, behind Paul Man-
ner's seven-hitter, blanked the
Reds at Chicago 3-0 for their
second straight victory. Singles
by Twig Terwllllger and Frankte
Baumbolts and a pair of infield
outs off Willie Ramsdell In the
first gave the Cubs their win-
ning margin although Andv
Pafko drove In two runs with a
single later. Ramsdell yielded
onlv six hits.
The White Sox beat the
Browns 13-3 at 8t. Louis follow-
ing a 17-3 Opening Day triumph.
Al Zarilla and Eddie Robinson
each hit three-run homers and
Robinson added a double and
single. Al Carrasquel also got
three hitstwo of them doubles.
Marvin Rotblatt won his first
Big League game easily.
The Giants and Braves
shared a doubleheader at
Boston. The New Yorkers
took the opener 4-2 and the
Bostonians the ten-inning
nightcap 13-12 which finish-
ed the lights in a downpour.
Duke Torgeson gave the
Bravea their victory when he
singled with the basts loaded
In the bottom of the tenth co
break up the ball game. Before
that the Braves had led most
of the wav until Monte Irvln
climaxed a five-run rally with
a grandslam homer in the eighth
that made It 10- In favor of the
Giants.
But the Braves whirled back
with three runs in Its half of
the inning to go ahead 12-10.
The Giants put over two more
In the ninth. Rookie pitcher
Chet Nichols managed to hold
the Giants down In the tenth
then Dave Koslo, who had
pitched creditably for one in-
ning, was battered around.
Buddy Kerr opened the tenth
with a single. Nichols sacraflced.
Koslo walked Roy Hartsfield. also
Sam Jethroe inasmuch as ho
had previously slammed out two
homers.
This only delayed the final
agony for Torgeson's single
was powerful enough to score
Kerr from second. The
Braves' Walker Cooper hom-
ered In the nightcap.
In the opener, Jim Hearn
pitched a seven-hitter to War-
ren Spahn but the Giants had
to rally late to insure his vic-
tory. Trailing 1-0, the Giants
scored thrice in the sixth on
singles by Irvln, Jack Lohrke
and Hearn coupled with Brave
errors by Spahn and Sid Gor-
don.
All other games were postpon-
ed due to rain and cold weather.
Cristobal High-Jr. College
Clash At Balboa Gym Tonight
The 1951 scholastic basketball
season will commence tonight
at the Balboa Gym at 7:30 p.
m. when the Tigers from Cristo-
bal take to the "boards'' against
the College Green Wave.
The heavy favorite will be the
boys from the Gold Coast, who
last week won the Jr. College
Invitational Basketball Tourna-
ment and the Panama Tours
Trohy by beating some of the
best teams on the Isthmus, in-
cluding Jr. College.
Game time will actually be
6:30 with a preliminary game
between the Cristobal Junior
Varsity and the College Junior
Varsity.
Referees will be Bob Likens
and Augusto Kam for the Jun-
ior Varsity and Steve Gergini
and Larry Chance for the var-
sltv game.
The line-ups for the feature:
Cristobal:Bob Bally, Arnold
Manning. Dick Sullivan. John
! Alagair, Sklppv Anderson, Carl
I Simons. Billy Blackburn. Gilbert
'Smith. Henry Wachtell. Roy
Wilson. Casey Zlmmermann and
I Walt Khurt.
Junior College: Captain
Wally Torut. Co-Captain Charles
McArthur, Georgle McArthur,
Paul Mullen, All McKeown. Jim
Orvls. Tom Peterson, Al Neckai'
and Jerry Welch.
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Chess Matches Set
For Sunday P.M. Ai
Pacific Clubhouse
Chess players on both sides nt
the Isthmus are Invited to an
evening of chess planned bv the
Pacific Chess Club to take place
at the Pacific Clubhouse on Sun-
day, April 22. Match games wll!
be playd between visitors and
club members.
Special feature of the evening
will be the presentation of prizes
to winners of the second inier-
club tournament which classi-
fied the BsC class players.
. Though Johnston proved to
be the champion, winning many
thrilling games, the two most
noticeable and encouraging fea-
tures of the tournament were
the keen competitive spirit and
sportsmanship of all the players
and the remarkable aptitude and
skill shown by Phillip Robin-
son. Goldbourne Carter, and
Weslev Jones who had learned
the game less than a month
before the torunament started.
Robinson, who was mated in
four moves in one of the first
games, developed so rapldlv Lhat
the older players were relieved
to get past him. Jones gave
Jonhston his greatest scare in
the whole tournament while
Carter was Instrumental In
knocking H. Sterrett out of a
Class "B" rating.
Prizes were donated by Mr.
Sidney A. Young, Omphroy Auto
Service. Hogue Insurance Co.,
Fuller Jewelry 8tore. Angellni
Liquor Store, Gil Bus Co.. &
Store, Zapatera Casa Dalla.
25cts Store, Cafe Pepsi-Cola
Encanto Theatre, and Cervece-
ra Nacional.
The final standing Is as fol-
lows:
Class "B"
Livingston Johnston
Claudia Thomas
Reynold Barber
Van McCleud
Ernesto Taylor
Earl McKesev
Lancelot Llewellvn
Class "C
Hatherton Sterrett
Phillip Robinson
Goldbourne Carter
Claude Forbes
Weslev Jones
Theodore Jemmltt
Guillermina George
"Tuty" Fergus
Directors o fthe Tournament
were:
Alvih WlUiams
Vernal Jones
Alolphus Holder
Sydney A. Young
Herbert Anderson
Seor Valdes
Cuthbert Bourne
Clyde H. Cumerbatch.
Silver CHy Sports
Community Softball
A capacity crowd witnessed
the opening of the Junior Girls
Softball League at the 8ilver
City playground with Esther
Stewart tossing the first ball.
Gwendolyn Layne catching, and
Velta Austin hitting.
The opener brought together
the Beavers, last-year's champs,
and Falcons, runners-up. In
the first frame both teams were
littery and the Inning ended
with the champs scoring four
runs to take the lead.
The fifth frame, the Falcons
chalked one and the champs re-
taliated piling three more, the
game ended at a score of 7-2 In
lavor of Beavers.
In the second game C.Y.O. met
Riviera and won 1-0. The third
saw the Falcons beat the Dod-
gers 7 to 3. The fourth sched-
uled game brought together the
Beavers and C. Y. O. The
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
Pittsburgh..... 2
Chicago ..... 2
Boston....... 2
1 New York..... 2
1 Brooklyn..... 1
Philadelphia ... 1
I St. Louis..... 0
Cincinnati .... 0
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New Idea In Athletic Competition
On Trial In USArGarib Softball
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.500
.500
.000
.000
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Philadelphia
Brooklyn at New York
Chicago at St. Louis (N>
No other game scheduled
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National Leagae
New York 000 003 1004 7 1
Boston 000 100 0012 7 3
Hearn il-0i and Westrum.
Spahn (0-11, Hogue and St.
Claire.
Teams W. L.
Chicago..... 2 0
Cleveland..... 2
New York..... 2
Washington .... 2
Boston...... 0
Detroit...... 0
Philadelphia ... 0
St. Louis..... 0
Pet.
1000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
TODAYS GAMES
Philadelphia at Boston
St. Louis at Cleveland
Detroit at Chicago
New York at Washington (2,
T-N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American Leagi
New York 102 101 052012 9 1
Boston 511 200 030113 15 1
Kramer. Spencer. Bamberger
Gettels. Kennedy. Kisko 0-2 >
and Westrum. Yvars.
Donovan. Wilson, Hogue. Don-
nelly, Nichols (1-0 and Cooper
Chicago
St. Louis
Rotblatt
Masl.
Widmar (0-11, Kennedy, 81eat-
er, Herrera, Shatcht and Lollar.
303 111 04013 14 0
000 010 202 5 11 0
11-01, Brown and
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 7 0
Chicago 100 000 02x3 6 2
Hamsdell (0-1) and Pramesa.
Minner U-0) and Walker.
Boston at New York (Post-
poned, rain i.
Washington at Philadelphia
(Postponed, ralm.
Cleveland at Detroit (Post-
poned, rain).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (Post-
poned, rain)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (Not
Scheduled i
MARQUETTE FROSH
MILWAUKEE, (NEA). Fresh-
men will be eligible to compete
In intercollegiate athletics at
Marquette this fall.
Pacific Little League
Second Half Schedule
Date Time
Frl. April 20 4:15 p.m.
Sat. April 21 :00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
Tues. April 24 4:15 p.m.
Sat. April 20 9:00 a.m.
Tues. May 1 4:16 p.m.
Fri. May 4 4:15 p.m.
Tues. May 8 4:15 p.m.
Sat. May 12 9:00 a.m.
Tues. May 15 4:15 p.m.
Sat. May 19 9:00 a.m.
Teams
Hillman-Sears
Flremen-8t. Marys
Police-Curundu
Police-Sears
Curundu-8t. Marys
Flremen-Hlllman
Sears-8t. Marys
Police-HUlman
Flremen-Curundu
Pollce-St. Marys
Firemen-Sears
Curundu-Hlllman
Firemen-Police
Curundu-8ears
Hlllman-St. Marys
Curundu-Pollce
Sears-Hlllman
St. Marys-Firemen
Sears-Police
Hillman-Firemen
St. Marys-Curundu
Curundu-Flremen
St. Marys-Sears
Hlllman-Police
St. Marys-Police
Sears-Firemen
Hillman-Curundu
Field
Balboa
Balboa
Curundu
Balboa
Curundu
Diablo
Pedro M.
Cocoll
Diablo
Balboa
Diablo
Curundu
Balboa
Curundu
Diablo
Pedro M.
Diablo
Balboa
Balboa
Diablo
Curundu
Diablo
Balboa
Pedro M.
Cocoli
Pedro M.
Diablo
Last named team is home team.
catholics won 6-4. In the fifth,
Riviera again lost to the Beavers.
The standings so far C. Y.
O. won two, Beavers won two,
lost one. Falcons 1-1. Dodgers,
lost one and Riviera two.
The chief umpire for the Lea-
gue Is Antonio Downer and
chief scorer Is Rupert Ennls.
Games are played every week <
day at 4:30 p. m. and Sundays
10:00 a. m.
Jl Masterpiece
of the
Distillers j4rt
Haig
SCOTCH WHISKYj*^
A new Idea In athletic com- ,
petition for soldiers is being
tried out in the U. S. Army
Caribbean In the 1951 Panama
Area softball torunament, the
Special Service Office at Fort
Amador announced today.
The nine participating teams
are assembled at the company
level, rather that representing
battalions, posts, or other large
units. The company-level plan,
say the athletic officials, assures
greater individual participation.
Thus far In the tournament, a
spokesman said yesterday, the
principle has worked out ex-
tremely well, and the quality of
ball being played is surprisingly
high.
Most of the games are belne
played under the lights at Fort
Kobbe, though It was announced
this week that lights are to be
installed shortly at Fort Gulick.
and plans are also under wav to
light one of the fields at Fort
Clayton. Afternoon games,
meanwhile, are being played at
Fort Davis on the Atlantic side.
The tournament wus schedul-
ed to end April 27, but the pre-
sent rainy Interval threatens
to hold it up a dav or two.
The 20th MP Company's team
was the first to lose two games
t and thus be eliminated from the
round-robin competition. D"
Battery of the 7461st Army Unit
, (Signal) and the 33d Infantrv 's
; Tank SCompany have now been
serit to the sidelines, also. '
i A trophy is to be presented
I to the winning team at the end
I of the tournament.
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Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
WANTED:Rodio transmitting tubt
TH250 and modulating trans-
former for BC6I0. Phone len
Worcester Panama 2-3066.
FOR SALE:'49 Buick Super Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED:Rod transmitting tuba
TH250 and modulating trans-
former for BC6I0. Phone Len
Worcester Ponoma 2-3066.
FOR RENT
Ho
use*
New York's Millions Will Own
General Mac Arthur For Today
Do yon hove a drinking problem?
Writs Alcohelica Anenymevt
as 2031 Anean, C. Z.
FOR SALE:By competitive bid three
1948 Chevrolet and two 1947
Fords May be seen ot 796-X Lo
Boca Road, Balboa. Phont 272-
4143 doys, 2-1475 evenings for
appointment. Bids close April 30th.
FOR SALE:1947 Pontiac, 41-door
Sedan, radio, plostic seat covers,
low mileage, excellent condition,
original owner; quarters 5557-C
'Diablo Heights after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:Leaving. 1951 Custom
Fordor Ford, beautiful blue. House
5437 Dioblo, Benson.
FOR SALE:1950 BUICK SUPER
CONVERTIBLE, electric operoted
windows and stats, signal and
back-up lights, special radio, blue
paint, black top, Low milage. Ten
months old. Excellent condition.
F-263 engine. Good gos miles. All
leather inside. Must see to op-
preciata oppeorance. priced to sell.
Con be finonced. MASTERS, C.Z.
Pen. (After 5 p.mj 102-G, Gam-
boa 172 (o.m.l
FOR SALE:1948 Nosh Ambassador
Club Coupe. Can be financed.
Make me gn offer. 5758-A Dia-
blo, 2-3125.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Tudor
Torpedo, body 8 cylinder. A real
good buy. Can be financed. House
2013-B Curundu or Tel. 83-6159.
FOR SALE:Dodge 1948 Custom.
4-door, excellent rubber. A-l point,
upholstery and engine. $1,250.
Gatun 236-B.
FOR SALE:1950 Crosley Conver-
tible Sport Roadster, 6000 miles,
rodio, perfect condition, very rea-
sonable. 1719-K Old Cristobal,
Box 1793.
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge Sedan,
DeLuxe, 4-door. very good condi-
tion. 2 boys bicycles. House 888
Morgn Ave. 'Balboo. Tel. 2-2961.
Dr. Jos Rafael WenrJehake, Medical
Clinic, Central Avenue 133. Day
ond Night service. Phone 2-3479
Panam City.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneoue
FOR SAL Hl(h gleet ail aaints
and enamels. Milttew-areot. $3-2$
pallan. Tropitturo State.
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. Piano Accordion 120
Bass (Wurlitzer>. 8 mm. mpvi co-
mer (RevereI with case. House
183-A Gatun. Phone 5-476,
FOR SALE: Aquorium fishes, 18
species, aquorium supplies. No. 1 I
Vio Espoo, front of Juan Fronco
Slobles.
FOR SALE:4-Royol tires and tubes
820x15 recapped white side wall,
run less than 3000 miles. Phone
4-357.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished .residence built on 1600
meter k>t, with 1000 meters of
lawn ond garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servonts bothroom,
large kitchen with breakfost nook,
vestibule, diningroom, porlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Panilla and Ponoma Golt Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:Furnished Chalet. 5th
Street No. 10 La Cresta. Three
bedrooms, two sonitory services,
one diningroom, two livingrooms,
kitchen, maid's room with sonitory
service, garoge. Tel. 3-0778.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMpPA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
Ishad apartment. Contoct office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobol.
Phone 1386, Coln.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
hillips. Beach cttoges, Sonto Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponoma 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT:Fotter's furnished cot-
tages, between Santi Clara ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3' 42, Ponan-o
or see caretaker.
Casino Santo Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RISIRVA-
TIONS NICISSARYI Enjoy brocing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach,
cottoges, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE
Household
:OR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment living-diningroom. $55 Key,
85 Cuba Avenue.
Leaving Ponoma must sell carrier air
conditioned J4 HP., 25 cycle
$295.00, con be converted to 60
cycle, small additional charges.
Tel. 2-0810, Ferguson.
FOR SALE: 50 to 200 shores Hote-
les Interamericanos, very cheap.
Need money. Tel. 2-3631.
FOR SALEWheel choir in good con-
dition, reosonable. Parque Lefevre
8th Street No. 8, neor Catholic
Church.
FOR SALE:Horse, saddle and reins,
suitable for child. Tel. 3-2960.
LESSONS
FOR SALE:Ford 1951, duty paid,
excellent condition for quick sale.
Call 2-21 12 weekdays.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVI YOURSELF
50 per hour
plus 7< per mile.
Inttirance and driving
permit included.
Cell Panama 2-1995.
Garage Ilias.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Gold wrist wotch on Cen-
trol Avenue ond 10th St. Reward.
Box 975 Coln. Phone 1151 -B.
LOST:Female Boxer Dog Red fawn
4 white feet, white chest. Reward.
Tel. 87-6205.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Fine Tract of flct land.
Chilibre. 12 acres with river en-
closed. Numerous fruit trees in
bearing stage. Tel. 3-2577.
FOR SALEThree concrete block
modern Cholets on 3 z acres lond.
water, electricity, gardens, fruits,
1'. I miles in Arraiian, owner on
premises, Johnson.
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used Panam Canal caskets or
'outside' caskets."
The new Panam Canal poli-
cy, established after the Bohan
case broke, was explained by
Health Director MaJ. Gen.
George Rice.
When caskets are shipped to
the Isthmus with bodies for
cremation the caskets are now
burned with the bodies if the
coffins are combustible. Metal
caskets, which cannot be burn-
ed, are demolished. All outside
caskets are recorded when re-
ceived and a report made on
their final disposition. No cas-
kets may be re-used.
In thp case of local deaths.'
where cremation is to take
place, survivors must buy a cas-
ket if funeral services are de-
sired in which the body is tak-
en to the church in a coffin.
This coffin is then disposed of.
Learn to donee waltz, fox-trojj jitter-
bug, rumba, tango, mqmbo,
chorleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesday.
Thursday, Saturday all doy. Harnett
E. Dunn.
Wanted Position
WANTED/.Radio transmitting tuba
TH250 and modulating trans-
former for BC610. Phone Len
Worcester Panama 2-3066.
Leaving permanently, wish to ploce
honest dependable English speak-
ing moid. 10 years references.
Avoiloble May 4th, 1470-A Hol-
den St. flots. Tel. 2-3410.
Bilinguol American with administra-
tive, soies, transportation and gen-
eral business experience desires
position, excellent references. Write
J. D. Box 134. Panomi.
Position Offered
CAPABLE SECRETARY WANTED:
Panamanian; must be bilinguol,
olert. ambitious and good corres-
pondent one who con accept res-
ponsibility. Write in detail out-
lining qualifications ond experi-
ence, maritol status, education, re-
ferences, salory expected to Box
2044, Ancn, Canal Zone.
ROI'ND TKIP TO RIOSMt.
AMERICAN LEGION
CONTEST PRIZE
El Conquistador
Braniff DC-6
Call: 2-2851 2::0-5:W
Z-153 after 5:M
Prizes Awarded
For Camera Club
Exhibit This Week
The annual exhibit of the
Atlantic Camera Club while
opened Sunday In the lobby
lounge of the Hotel Washington
will continue through April 22,
The 87 photographic entries
were divided into two classes
lor judging: Portraits and Pic-
torial. Members of the judging
committee were Mrs. John
Greening of Gatun, and Carlos
Mouynes and John Surany of
Colon.
Awards for print* In the por-
trait class are as follows:
lt. "Lee" by Capt. Gay B.
Doerr.
2nd. Peek" by R. K. Hanna
3rd. John" by R. K. Hanna.
Honorable mentions In the
portrait class were awarded >o
Capt. C. S. Townshend for
"Mother and Child" and Jim-
my." to J. J. Ecker, Jr., for
"Painted Lips", and to Esther
Calcutt for "Jean."
Prize winning prints In the
pictorial class are:
1st. "By the Sea" by R.K. Hanna
2nd. "Mountain Morn" by E. N.
Belland.
3rd "8ummer" by E. N. Belland
Honorable mentions in this
class went to E. N. Belland
for three of his print*, Sana
Isabel, Afternoon Shadows,"
and "Tropic Gold" and to C. P..
Keenan for his "Moonlight So-
nata."
Prizes donated by the Ansco
and Eas man Kodak Companies
o Colon will b awarded lo the
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, sitting-diningroom furnish-
ed $65.00, oil screened. Entrance
Son Francisco. Phone 3-0234.
:OR RENT:Apartments I & 2 bed-
rooms centrally located in modern
building. Apply Phone 2-0480.
FOR RENT:Opportunity First class
opartment, all furnished (including
refrigerator I $60.00 monthly. All
conveniences. Bus line in front.
Parking drive-way. Poitillo Road
No. 121.
FOR RENT:Very cool and comfort-
able 2 bedroom oportment, furn-
ished or unfurnished. No. 32, 45th
Street downstairs. See anytime.
FOR RENTQuiet, well ventiloted 2
bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant
quarters, hot water installation,
good location. Bella Visto 44th St.
No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
rooms apartment, big spacious bol-
cony, very cool, Bella Vista. No
2, 47th Street, corner Federico
Boyd. Tel, 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
oportment. excellent for couple,
may have child. $65 00. Federico
Boyd No. I. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom. Maid's room,
private entrance. "Hispanic" Build-
ing. Colombia Street No. 3.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Amer-
ican home, near Ancon bus-stop,
to Americon woman. References re-
quired. Tel. Panama 2-3067.
FOR SALE:Luxurious bedroom set.
Original price $650 a gift at $225.
No. 7, 34th Street.
FOR SALE:Kenmore wosher and
Frigidaire both 25 cycles, very
good condition. Reasonable.
1470-A Holden Street flats. Tel.
2-3410. ______________
FOR SALE:5 steel Venetian blinds
38x72 in., green tape used only
four months, excellent condition.
$10.00 each. 1462-D Holden St.,
Balboa 2-3169.
FOR SALE .--25 cycle, 9 eu. ft. re-
frigerarot, excellent condition $80;
Mahogany Guatemalan lounge
choir $25; 53 piece set transicin
Chino $20. 5444-L Endicott St.,
Diablo.
FOR SALE:White enomel double
bed. cotton mattress. Floor lamps.
Singer sewing machine, perfect
running condition. 720-B Cocoli.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Norge refri-
gerator. In foir working condition
$50. 0767A Wm. Place, Balboa,
FOR RENT: Very cool furnished
room, facing DeLesseps Park. Ap-
ply 105 Calle Estudiontt, corner of
"L" St., Apt. "A," Panam.
ROOM:Furnished bedroom for ba-
chelor, evry convenient. Informa-
tion entrence Lo Cresta, above
Cafe Lo Cito, Apt. 2, ofternoons.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
or without board, to respectable
person. Bella Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest and nicest location.
FOR RENT:Furnished bedroom, pri-
vte entronce ond bath. Telephone
3-1648.
FOR SALE
Boat & Motor-i-
FOR SALE:20 foot Soilboot. sloop,
excellent condition. Reas o n o b I e
price. Tel. 2-6352.
three winners In each class.
The public is cordially invited
to attend the exhibit which will
be on display the remainder ot
the week. Club members are In
attendance each evening.
Israel-Syria Border
Shooting Incidents
Bring More Deaths
DAMASCUS. Syria, April 20
(UPi. Police and Arab In-
habitants beat off a 90-minute
Israeli attack on a Lake Tibe-
rias village In the demllltarred
Israeli-Sytian border area early
today, according to a Syrian
military spokesman.
He said more than 100 Israeli:
soldiers, supported by two arm-'
ed boats on the lake, attacked
the village of Nakeeb with heavy
mortar ar.' machinegun fire.
In Tel Aviv an Israeli official i
announcement said Israel has
sent a complaint to the United '
Nations charging that the Sy-
rians killed Israeli public work-
ers employed near Alnrev. in
the border area, .Wednesday. ,
CONGRESS
WILL DEMAND
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Mich., called it "one of the
greatest speeches of history"
and Sen. Owen Brewster, R.,
Me., said it was a "master-
Kiet-e." Sen. Styles Bridges, R.,
.11., said Mai-Arthur drew the
issues "clearly" and spoke "as
an American, not as a parti-
san."
Rep. Charles A. Halleck, R.,
Ind.. said the address "certainly
should put to shame some of
these who say he's trying to get
us into war."
But that was exactly the posi-
tion taken by several Democrats,
notably Senators Estes Kefauver,
D Tenn.. and Herbert H. Leh-
man, D.. N.Y.
"The basic question." Kefau-
ver aald, "Is can we afford to
have war with China? That Is
what he is asking for."
Lehman said MacArthur's pro-
posals "would inevitably cause
an all-out war on the mainland
of China a war in which we
would be at a hopeless disad-
vantage."
Ben. Brlen McMahon. D.. Conn .
said MacArthur failed to clear
up the "big questionwill Rus-
sia come in If Red China is at-
tacked as he advocates." He said
MacArthur does not think ao,
but "when we went to the Yalu
River, he said the Red Chinese
would not Intervene either."
There were some dissident
members In both parties.
Sen. Wayne B. Morse, R Ore,,
said MacArthur's "exceedingly
able" address "completely prov-
ed President Truman's case that
Gen. MacArthur so thoroughly
disagreed with the foreign policy
of the United States that his dis-
missal was necpssary."
Rep. L: Mendel Rivers. D.. S.C.,
said he will "look with Interest
to what the answer of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff will be to this
one. MacArthur. in his magni-
ficence, surpassed Churchill at
his best."
Other comment:
Chairman Tom Connalv. D
Tex., of the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee "It was
comprehensive and covered
manv aspects of the Pacific si-
tuation. It was ouite interesting."
Sen. H. Alexander Smith. R.,
N..T. "The people here taking
pot shots at him are pyemies In
comparison with the statesman-
shin he showed."
NEW YORK, April 20, (UP).
Today there was no privacy
for General Douglas MacArthur.
He belonged to New York's mil-
lion?.
The city's official greeter
Grover Whalen predicted 5,000,-
\ 000 persons wouid jam the side-
| walks for the 37-mile long tick-
er-tape parade.
The largest turnouts for
previous New York hero wel-
comes were approximately 4,000-
000 persons who greeted Charles
A. Lindbergh In 1927 and Uen.
Dwlght D. Elsenhower in 1945.
More than 7,000 police officers
| and men were assigned to hand-
le today's crowd.
For tne first time In the city's
history, police were ordered to
survey air raid shelters in which
to usher onlookers along the
route in case an alert Is sounded
during the parade.
Businessmen were asked to
give employes time off to see the
parade.
More than 70,000 ublic and
parociilal school ituatyits were
given a half-holiday to watch
the MacArthur Motorcade. The
| New York Stock exchange agreed
to stop trading from 11 a.m.
when the parade starts until 1
p.m. Tne cotton exchange plan-
ned to close by noon.
The parade starting at the
Waldon, was io consist of 50 au-
tomobiles. By the time It reached
Broadway, It was to Include
some 10.L-J0 marchers Including
bands, uniformed city employers
and veterans organizations.
At 2 p.m. at the Waldorf,
MacArthur would attend a lun-
cheon In his honor given by.
Mayor Vincent Impellitteri.
All high-ranking United Nat-
ions officials but one have been
invited to the luncheon.
Tne exception Is Constantin
! E. Zlnchenko of Russia, acting
| Secretary General in the ab-
I sence of Trygve Lie.
MacArthur,, last of the World
War II commanders to come
home, yesterday rode down the
"Avenue of Heroes' in Washing-
ton to one of the greatest ova-
tions in the Capital's history.
A throng estimated at 300,000
persons lined historic Pennsyl-
vania Avenue as the five-star
general fresh from his spec-
tacular appearance before Con-
gress drove sldwly over the
route traveled in triumph by
Roosevelt Persblng, Llndberg,
Elsenhower and other "greats."
The official police estimate of
550,000 persons who turned out
for MacArthur was a little more
than half the 1000.000 estimated
crowd that hailed Gen. Dwight
D. Eisenhower on his triumph-
ant return after the European '
war.
And It failed to match the
750,000 who turned out to greet
Adm. Chester W. Nimltz, who
commanded the victorious allied
fleet in the Pacific.
But "MacArthur Day" drew a
crowd every bit as vociferous,
and perhaps a bit more emo-
tional, than the multiudes that
greeted the other World War II
heroes in the first flush of
Allied victory.
Among thousands listening
over public address systems to
MacArthur's valedictory speech
to Congress, many wept openly
when he said that "an old sol-
dier never dies."
Along the streets, In the
masses waiting at the Washing-
ton Monument, and in restaur-
ants and bars where hundreds
more watched in television, men
and women alike sobbed when
the general said:
"Goodbye."
Then their tears turned to
cheers as MacArthur with his
wife and son rode triumphantly
down the Avenue of Hero
Constitution and Pennsylvania
Avenues.
SmartUseful, Too!
Rhonda Fleming, who co-start
with Dick Powell in "Cry Dan-
ger," selecta this smartly tailored
green skirt snd checkered weekit
for general everyday wear. Skirt
is softly flared. Hugging weekit
is bound in matching material of
the skirt. "Cry Danger" ia an
Olympic Production for REO
Radio relate.
One-Man Division
FORT HOOD. Tex. i UP I They
soon sent the general some me.i,
but when Brig. Gen. Bruce C.
Clarke arrived here to take com-
mand of the First Armored, re
discovered he was the whole First
Armored. The division's morning
report carried a lone name in the
strength figuresthat of the
commanding general.
Red Armies Abandon
Twin Korea Bastions
In Retreat Moves
TOKYO, April 20 (UP).The
Communist armies ret r e a t e 4
deeper into North Korea today,
abandoning without a fight the
elaborate defenses guarding the
twin bastions of Chorwon and.
Kumhwa.
The United Nations forces fol-
lowed up the withdrawal cau-
tiously, to avoid a trap.
For the first time the North
Koreans admitted they were
Hunting north of the 38th Pa-
rallel.
Pyongyang radio said: "Peo-
ple's Ann> units, together with
Chinese volunteer forces, ar*
continuing llerce deienslve bat-
tles 15 to 20 kilometers north
of the 38th Parallel. Despite
heavy losses the enemy Is at
present advancing in one sec-
tor."
United Nations forces today
used flamethrowers, artillery,
airstrikes, tanks and bayoneta
to rout out suicide rearguards
in one narrow sector below
Kumhka, but elsewhere were un-
opposed.
Dispatches from 8th Army
headquarters suggested the Chi-
nese were attempting to lure the
Allies north into the widest part
ot tiie Korean peninsula where
the United Nations forces would
be more vulnerable to counter-
attack and breakthrough.
United States planes bombed
Red-held airfields in North Ko-
rea again today in attacks de-
signed to prevent their used by
Red planes. Superforts. Invaders
and lighter bombers have been
hitting the 11 main airstrips in
North Korea time and again to
keep them out of use.
Hitting their targets through
openings in the cloud blanket
that covered most of North Ko-
rea today, Shooting Stars and
Mustangs flew 552 close-support
and tactical sorties.
Claims Include four Red tanks,
10 rail cars, four tunnels and
one rail bridge damaged.
Car Door Swiped
LINCOLN. Neb. (UP) Donald
Jeffries, a student, reported to
police the latest in automobile
accessory thefts. Jeffries said
someone "stole a door from nls
automobile.
Love's Labor Lost '
BINGHAMTON, N. Y., (UP)
Miss Mary Ann Tuleya whittled
her weight down from 186 pounds
to the maximum requirement of
130 so she could join the Women's
Marine Corps. Unfortunately, I-
ter months of successful dieting,
her second enlistment applica-
tion was rejected because she
lacked four of the necessary It
natural teeth required.
19S1 RfD CROSS FUND

SHORTS
When choosing a teakettle, test
the handle to make sure it offers
your hand a comfortable grasp.
If you prefer the type with a bt'.l,
check it for sturdlness. Make itie
also that the bail can be adjusted
to an upright position when the
kettle is heating. A bail that .es
at tne side of the vessel becomes
too hot to touch, offering danger
of burns, and Is also somewhat
inaccessible when you reach fur
the kettle over other utensils.
Make certain, too. that the exte-
rior surface of the kettle is
smooth and easily cleaned, sinre
it will most likely be collecting
grease spatters.
It'll be easier to keep your
clotheslines clean if you coat
them with shellac. Between-
washing accumulations of dust
can be whisked quickly off rhi
| slick surface with a cloth. Pre-
pare for the shellacking by wain-
I ing the line with mild soap in
warm water. Rinse and allow 1" to
dry thoroushlv before you apply I
two thin applications of shellac. I
Each coat should be allowed to '
i dry thoroughly.
A very subtle hint of fragrance
will cling to your freshly laun-
dered clothes if you spray your
ironing board cover with toilet
| wats/ Just before you begin your
weekly ironing chore.
i ,________________________________________^
Expenses Allowed
HOUSTON. Tex. (UP) Mavbe
| it's these high prices, but tne
1 Houston police department n-
, nounced that in future, ci'y
i plalnclothes detectives will be re- '
lmbursed for clothing damaged
in the line ol diiijr, 1
McMillan & eacan
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BURGOON-VALLARINO WEDDING THIS EVENING
AT SANCTUARIO DEL CORAZN DE MARIA
This evening at six thirty o'clock Miss tatelVaUarino.
daughter of Mr. and M. Alberto VaUarino of Bella Vista,
will become the bride of Richard Osgood Burgoon of Panama
CI,yThe marriage service wUI be held In the Santuario del
Corazn de Maria on Via Espaa and *M M1""*"!*
reception at the Panama Golf Clnb for relatives and a few
friends.
Governor Newcomer
Leaving for Washington
The Governor of The Panama
Canal, Major General Francis K.
Newcomer, leaves today by air-
plane on a short trip to Washing-
ton, D.C.
Calhonn-de la Guardia
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto de la
Guardia of La Carrasquilla, an-
nounce the marriage of iheir
daughter. Berta, to John C. Cl-
houn of Panama City, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Crede H. Oalhoun.
The couple were married Wed-
nesday evening April 18. in the
presence of a few relatives.^
Mr. and Mrs. Moore
to Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. S. 8collay Moore
of La Cresta are giving a dinner
tonight at Hotel El Panama for
the delegates to the Esso Confer-
ence, before their departure from
Panama.
Mrs. Wise Returning
Monday Evening
Mrs. Murray M. Wise, wife of
the Charge d'Affaires of the Uni-
ted States Embassy, sailed from
New York this week and will ar-
rive Monday on the 88 Cristobal.
She has spent the past two weeks
In New York.
Cocktail Party
at Quarry Heights
Captain Thomas K. Wright,
U.S.N.. and Mrs. Wright are en-
tertaining a small group of
friends at cocktails at their quar-
ters on Quarry Heights this even-
ing, celebrating Captain Wright's
birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Dunsmoor Hostess
at Bridge
Mrs. Forrest G. Dunsmoor gave
a dessert bridge party Thursday
evening at her residence in An-
cn. The party honored Mrs.
Clvde 8. LaClalr and Mrs. Sam-
uel W Maphls who are leaving
soon on vacation
United States.
trip to the
Mrs. Prather Buys Home
in Washington
Word has been rscelved that
Mrs. Alvln Lyle Prather, formerly
of Balboa Heights, has purchas-
ed an apartment on Massachu-
setts Avenue In Washington, D.C,
where she plans to reside.
Birthday Party
for George Trimble
Mrs. James Trimble gave a par-
ty Wedensday afternoon at her
horn*- on Barneby Street In Bal-
boa for her son. George, on rhe
| occasion of his 11th birthday an-
niversary.
The children present included
Patricia and Carol Lindsay, Bar-
bara Roddy. Bobby Best. Vincent
Basil, Larry SlegeL Wally and
Jimmy Morton, Richard and Ed-
dy Osborne, Larry Galloway, Bob-
by Mom, Tommy McKeown and
Robert and Jimmy Crowder.
Sorority Members
to Meet Tomorrow
On Alpha Gamma Delta's In-
ternational Reunion Day, alum-
nae members residing here will
meet tomorrow at 10 a.m. at ihe
home of Mrs. Neil Branstetter,
212-A Darien Place, Balboa
Heights. All members are inv'.ied
to be present and are asked to
telephone Mrs. Branstetter at
Balboa 3368.
Elks Dance Saturday
The Elks will hold a "Come As
You Like" dance Saturday at 7: JO
p.m at the Balboa Elks Home for
members and their guests. Prizes
will be given for the gaudiest
sports shirts worn to the dance.
Tennis Court Dance
This Evening at Diablo
To raise money for trophies
which will be used in the sum-
mer recreation program, the Dia-
blo Gymnasium is sponsoring a
dance on the tennis courts to-
night from 8 to 11. The public Is
invited. Admission Is fifty cents.
Stoudner's Orchestra will play
for dancing and there will be
special entertainment, contests
and prizes.
Cake Sale Sunday
The Asilo de Nuestra Seora
Committee of the I.A.W.C., will
hold a cake sale Sunday, starting
at 10 a.m., in front of Cristo Rey
Church.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wh.r. 100,000 Is Meet
Presents
Los Angeles Blonde Wows
Paree In 50-Pound Dress
BY ROSETTE HARGROVE
NEA SUM Correspondent
THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
SUNDAY April 22
10:45 a.m."The Prise Is Set Before Us."
(Messages on the Book of James1:8-131
- Choir"Holy Ghost with Light Divine"
7:S6 p.m."Is Assurance of Heaven Possible?"
II Tim. 1:8-12
Ambassadors Quartet:
"He Keeps Me Singing"
Special Solo:
Mrs. Ruth Pretil
The pastor will be speaking at both services.
Radio Broadcasts11:00 a.m. 7:45 p.m.HOXO780.
Today, Friday, April 20
PARIS, April 20 (NEA) There
seems to be an international
swapping of stage talent these
days. While New Yorkers are
cheering French stars like Mls-
tlnguett and Josephine Baker,
Paris Is all excited about a young
blonde from Los Angeles named
Mary Meade.
Miss Meade is getting the break
of a lifetime. She's the star of
the super-revue at the fabulous
Casino de Paris. She cavorts a-
round the stage in breathtaking
costumes made of such stuff as
ostrich plumes, singing nine
songs against an exotic mirror
background.
P.M.
3:30Music for Friday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15VOA Stamp Club
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:30NEW8 (VOA)
5:35What's Your Favorite
6:00MANDRAKE THE MAOI-
CIAN
8:15Evening Salon (request)
7:00Song and Dance In Britain
(BBC)
7:30BLUE RIBBON 8PORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordm
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Platter Parade (VOA)
8:45American Journal
9:00 COMMENTATOR'S DI-
GEST (VOA)
9:15Symphony Hall (VOA)
9:45Sports World, Tune of Day
(VOA)
10:00Time for Music
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
Tomorrow, Saturday, April tl
A.M.
. 8:00Sign On
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45The Duke Steps Out
8:00NEWS
9:15Women's World (VOA)
9:30 As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00-^NEWS
11:05Off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00NEWS
P.M.
12:05NEW TUNE TIME
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Glad to Meet You (BBC*
2:00Latin American Serenade
2:15Date For Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Band Concert
3:15The Little Show
3:30Bebop Bash
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00GUE8TSTAR
6:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00GAY PARIS MUSIC HALL
RDF)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News and Features
(VOA)
10:00The HOG Hit Parade
10:30Your Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcas ting
Corp.
RDFRadlodlffuslon Franca!.se
SAFETY FIRST
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. (UP)Mrs.
Lula Brown's curiosity got the
i best of her when she saw the
Isamv woman In the grocery
stor. every day. carrying a aoor
knob. The woman told her she
; bolted her door and then un-
screwed the knob to be sure no
one "ot in while she was away
LOOK YOUR
BEST
miraculously fall Into their place
at the right time."
She admite to being thrilled
that she's been assigned the
ttm; dressing room used by pa*t
Casino headline, people like
Maurice Chevalier and Mistin-
guett. She gets on famously with
her dresser, although she doesn't
speak French and the dresser
can't talk English.
"Gay Paris," the current revue
at the Casino, is one of the most
lavish in European night club
plete, and la estimated to havo
history. It took two years to com-
plete and Is estimated to have
cost more than 350,000,000 francs,
about 91,000,000.
There are 40 tableaux, one fol-
lowing the other at lightning
speed In keeping with Varna's
slogan, "Keep the show moving."
There are 200 In the cast, and
2000 costumes in all. The entire
stage Is backed by an enormous
mirror, which Varna uses to mul-
tiply the effects.
Mary Meade, billed as the
"great international star," wears
the most elaborate costume la a
very elaborately costumed show.
There are silks, velvets, laces,
diamonds, Jewels, spangles. But In
one scene Miss Meade tops them
all In an immense crinoline In
red velvet which weighs 50
pounds.
It takes three people to slip it
over her head. It could hide an-
other person In it, as well as Ma-
ry Meade. That costume typifies
a "cover up" trend in the Casi-
no's costumes, once noted for a
tendency toward nudity.
The show still offers a few un-
clad mademoiselles, but as cos-
tume designer Jose de Zamora
points out. "The general tenden-
cy is definitely more dressed up.''
MARY MEADE OUT WEST:
In Paris, she's covered up.
All in all it's a pretty good Job
for a 26-year-old girl who's never
appeared In this typbf produc-
tion before. Miss Meade has had
considerable American exper-
ience in other phases of show
businessmovies, television, con-
certs. She also did a three-month
stint In the Philippines and lwo
Jima, entertaining GIs In 1947.
Her easting in the leading role
In the Casino's revue is even
more remarkable, because Miss
Meade's French Is somewhat
sketchy. She was singing at Dln-
arzade, a plush Parisian night
haunt, when she was spotted by
talent scouts for Henri Varna,
producer of the Casino's shows.
Despite her lack of fluency In
French. Mary Meade Isn't fazed
by it all.
"People in show business are
much the same In every country,"
she says. "Maybe they are more
excitable here and leave so many
things to the last minute. But
somehow or other all the pieces
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
BERMUDEZ. Mr. and Mrs. I uls
E., of Colon, son, April 17, Colon
Hospital.
MARTINEZ, Mr. and Mrs. Faus-
tino, of Gamboa, son, April 18,
Gorgas Hospultal.
HARDING. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.,
of Paraso, son, April 18, Gorgas
Hospital.
FLYNN. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.. c
Panama, daughter, April 18, Gor-
gas Hospital.
AILANT. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.. of
Ancon. daughter, April 18, Gor-
gas Hospital.
Deaths
NOEL, Irle, 80, of Red Tank, A-
prli 18, Gorgas Hospital.
Movie And Show Will
Benefit Little League
A stage review and motion pic-
ture, "The Pride of the Yankees,"
will be presented at the Ancon
Theater, starting 6:18 p.m. to-
morrow, to raise funds for the
Little League Baseball teams.
A dance recital will be present-
ed by the Ruoff Dance Studio
under the direction of Mrs. Gou-
let and Mrs. Berger.
Tickets are being sold by mem-
bers of the Little League. The
price Is 50 cents for all seats.
(Jus I JTrriveJ!
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BRILLIANT CAST a leg en-
cased in a cast almost to the
hip, result of a skiing accident,
didn't stop Joan Castle Joseff,
noted Hollywood Jeweler, from
attending a movie gathering.
Her cast shone as brightly as
the movie stars because it was
encrusted with gems over me-
tallic gold cloth. Jeweled rings
on her bare toes completed thi
stunt.
Men Go For Beauty
SALT LAKE CITY. (UP) The
census bureau reports that men j
spend more money annually in
Utan barber shops than women
do in beauty parlors. The average 1
annual barber shop receipts a- I
mount to $1,705,000 compared
with $1,142,000 for beauty par-.
lors.
DOWNING
CHICKENS
"something to crow about"
Itnatr
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Sold at:
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Served by:
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Pete's Catalina Garden Panama Hospital
il Rancho Balboa V U. C. A.
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AM'AI- LUNCHEON CLOSES YEAR'S ACTIVITIES
r'Hf THE CRISTOBAL WOMAN'S CLUB
Over a hundred members and guests attended the lunch
ati at the Hotel Washington Wednesday, which closed the
activities for the 43rd year of the Cristobal Woman's Club.
The ladies were seated at a large U-shaped table decorat-
j etf'wlth clusters of white franfi-pani and red bougainvilla.
"Mis. R. W. Rubelll president, j bert Lee. Mrs. Stanley Kidd and
presided at the head table pnd Mrs. Roy Fort,
extended a cordial welcome
those present. Mrs. Frank Ull-
rich a charter member of the
club, received congratulations
and best wishes from the presi-
dent, for herself and husband, on
their 51st wedding anniversary
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. E. L". Roades, who
are leaving this month for a
States vacation were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Kidd at their Cristobal home
which will be celebrated tomor-; Wednesday evening.
Also present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Marcel Gringolre and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Howard.
row.
The annual presidential r'oort
was given and Mrs. William Ora-
dy, club historian, and past-pres-
ident, gave the history of past I Mr. and Mrs. Sorenson
board members, Mrs. K. C. Zim-
merman and Mrs. Wallace WiU,
who are leaving the Isthmus.
The yearbooks, which were dis-
tributed at the luncheon wore
the work of Mrs. Witt.
Mrs Jesse Byrd spoke briefly of
her club associations and ex-
pressed her pleasure In havig
been able to assist the club by
Return to Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sorenson,
of New Cristobal, returned to the
Isthmus by plane Monday from a
trip to Guatemala. Mr. Sorenson
has been away from the Isthmus
for the past month and Mrs. So-
renson Joined him for two ran
at Lake Amatltland.
Mr, Sorenson has resigned his.
the fift of her painting, "The position with the Marine Division
Yellow Tree." At this time Mrs.j and they will leave the middle of
Bvrd presented a copv of the pic- muthw resie in Guatemala,
ture to Mrs. Philip Havener. whJ where ne has accepted a position.
gave the original to the club. Mi s
Havener expressed her pleasure
and appreciation.
Mrs. Walter Koerbe: was thank-
ed for her gift of an oil painting
Gatun Star Club Meeting
The Gatun Star Club met at
the home of Mrs. Paul Furr !n
Gatun with Mrs. W. C. Smith and
and was presented with -a far?- j Mrs. Fred Wllloughby as po-hos-
welT token, as she is leaving the tesses.
Isthmus this summer. She made Mrs. Charles E. Slater and Mrs.
an appropriate response. j. w. L. Graham were visitors
Farewells were extended Mrs for the evening.
Philip MUbume. Mrs. L. H. Olson,' Bridge and canasta were pa jr
Mrs. James Christian. Mrs. Chas, wltli Mrs. Ffed Schwartz winning
MqCullum, Mrs. Robert Berts-
chy. and Mrs. John Crawfor.1.
Each of the ladles was given a
club seal and a picture of the Gil-
bert House.
Mrs. Rubelli expressed her sin-
cere appreciation of the work
and cooperation of her board
members and club members dur-
ing the year.
The new officers were present-
ed. They are: president, Mrs. R.
W. Rubelli. Mrs. Stanley Kidd,
the high bridge prize and the
door prize. Mrs. Curtis George
won the second prize. Mrs. Jos-
eph Irving and Mrs. George
Poole, Sr. were the canasta win-
ners.
The other ladles present were
Mrs. Arthur Albright, Mrs. Will-
iam Badders. Mrs. L. L. Bar-
field. Mrs. Dee Bishop, Mrs. Star-
ford Churchill. Mrs. Leon Egclf,
Mrs. John Fahnestock. Mrs.
1st vice president, Mrs. E. F. Mc- Whitman Garrett, Mrs. William
Clelland, 2nd vice president, Mm.
J. F. Meehan, recording secreta-
ry, Mrs. George Wertz. corres-
ponding secretary, Mrs. E. t.
Wald. treasurer.
Mr.-. A. C. Bullock was chair-
man for the beautifully appoint-
ed luncheon meeting.
A style show sponsored by Ma-
dura's under the guidance of Mrs.
Kenneth del Valle, followed
lunch. Mrs. J. F. Meehan was
chairman and the script was pro-
pared by Mrs. W. W. Witt. Mrs.
E, F. McClelland was the nar-
rator. The theme of the show nroa
"Color."
Hughes, Mrs. R. L. Hanners. Mrs.
Porter McHan, Mrs. Howard Mun-
ro. Mrs. Kerdls Meeks. Mrs. Fred
Newhard, Mrs. George Poole, Jr.,
Mrs Elizabeth Rowley, Mrs. Hen-
ry Shirk. Mrs. Frank Wolfe end
Mrs. Mary Worley.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Henry Shirk
on May 15.
Students Take Interesting Trip
The pupils of .the American
Problems Class and the membeis
of the Future Teachers of Amer-
ican Society from the Cristobal
' High School, made a trip to the
.The models were: Miss Diane j Pacific Side this week and visited
Dare Mrs. R. L. Deaklns. Mrs. I a number of places of nteres.
G. N. Engelke, Mrs. M. P. They went to the following pl.v-
Greene, Mrs. R. L. Hearn. Mlss.es: Gorgas Memorial Laboratory,
Guen Karlger. Mrs. H. J. Keane, I Corozal Hospital, Palo Seco Lprr
Miss Irene Meehan. Mrs. E. B. i Colony, the National Museum
O'Brien, Jr., Miss Katie O'Brien.. the Administration Building the'
Mrs. L. F. Olsen, Mrs, M. J. Pe- ; University of Panama and had
terson. Mrs. L. A. Stetson. Mrs. i luncheon at the Hotel El Panu-
Rldge, Henry Wachtel and Gus-
tavo VUlalaz.
Star Club Party
The Cristobal Eastern Star
Club Is sponsoring a dessert
bridge at the Gilbert House Sat-
urday at 12:30 p.m. Admission Is
75 cents which Includes refresh-
ments and table prizes.
Emblem Club Social Meeting
Cristobal Emblem Club 52, >etd
their social meeting at the Elks
Home Tuesday evening, at which
time they Initiated 11 new mem-
bers. The candidates were: Mis.
Florence Donahue, Mrs. Sh<-ila
0'8ulllvan, Mrs. Billy Crump, Mrs.
Jean Sanders. Mrs. EllzaoeMi
Bell, Mrs. Thelma Louis, Mrs.
Mary Martin, Mrs. Ruth Albert-
son. Mrs. Dotha Coucher, Mrs.
Catherine De Lapp, Mrs. Marga-
ret Mustln.
Mrs. Jeannette Cain, president,
officiated and told the group of
the Pauline Holmelin Class,
which is named in honor of Mrs.
Holmelin, the mother of the dub.
Games were played and the
prizes were won by Mrs. DeLapp,
Mrs. Muriel Arnold. Mrs. Rumi
Huldquist and Mrs. Louis.
Mrs. Anna Hornsby of Atlantic
City, a former member of I he
club was present, with the follow-
ing members, Mrs. Charlotte Tul-
ly, District Deputy, Mrs. Pauline
Holmelin. Mrs. Agatha Wlkran,
Mrs Mildred Recela. Mrs. Marga-
ret Austin, Mrs. Vera Fagerberg,
Mrs. Ella Morrison, Mrs. Jerry
Celluccl. Mrs. Edith Henni.i?,
Mrs. Lillian O'Hayer, Mrs. Mar-
garet Larrlson, Mrs. Fanny Ka-
plan. Mrs. Frances Brassell, Mrs.
Ann Pennock. Mrs. Dora Hell,
Mrs. Susan Rinehart, Mrs. Marie
Rice, Mrs. Ann Maner, Mrs. Alice
8mlth, Mrs. Kahtleen Huffmun,
Mrs. Mae Waldron. Mrs. Thelma
Wair.io, Mrs. Teresa Day, Mrs.
Virginia Russon, Mrs. Marion
Middlebrook, Mrs. Roberta Snell,
Mrs. Dorothy LaCroix, Mrs. Flo-
rence Lutro.
Mrs Tully and her committee
were in charge of the refresh-
ments.
Art Exhibit at
Gatun Union Church
There will be an exhibit of the
paintings of Mrs. Ethel McDer-
mltt at the Gatun Union Church,
Saturday afternoon and evening.
This showing precedes the one-
man show to be held by the ar-
tist at the J.W.B. Welfare Center
next month.
The admission fee of 25 cents
will be donated to the Auxiliary
of the Church.
A. A. Whltlock and Mrs. W. W.
Witt.
ma.
Miss Adamary Anderson, the
------- I sponsor and teacher of the class
Bon Voyage Bridge Party accompanied the following pu-
Mrg. Raoul Theriault enter-lpils: Misses Olga and Thelma
tained a few friends with bridge Lelgnadler, Jane de Boyrle Mav-
at her Margarita home to com-
pliment Mrs. J. W. B. Hall who is
leaving early in Mav for a vaca-
tion and Mrs. William H. Cass-
well, who sails Friday to Join fc?r
daughter in New York.
dele Gardner. Leneve Dough, iil-
ta and Anna Fisher. Fran .res
Wong. Noel McGinn. Helen Kli-
sam. Carmen Ramirez. San'lra
Hammond, Nellie Holgerson, Co-
I letta Stlebrltz. Lois Howard. Mes-
The other bridge guests were: ara Tom Kelly, Frank Holgerson,
Mrs Robert Leigh. Mrs. John : John Droste. John Allgaier John
Brown, Mrs. Earl Orr, Mrs. Gil- Alexaltls, Dick Aycock, Elbvrt
Local 900, G&CE Meets
Tonight at Pueblo Nuevo
A special meeting of Local 900,
Government and Civic Employes
organizing committee of the
Congress of Industrial Organi-
zations will be held tonight at
7:30 at Pueblo Nuevo lu the
Progressive Society Hall No.
4178.
The CIO union has asked all
residents of Pueblo Nuevo, and
all local rate employes of the
Panama Cana! and the armed
forces on the Canal Zone to at-
tend.
PARIS BAZAAR
COLON
Emilio Palomeras
m
Offers a large assortment
- of -
LADIES DRESSES
at wondrously low prices
Also Dresses slightly soiled.,
now priced amazingly low
1.95
Washable cotton Dresses
reduced at
3.95
We're bursting out with a
spanking group of COTTON
DRESSES also in SILK, pretty
colors and most becoming
styles. Ever so low in price
6.95 7.95 9.95
Atlantic Camera Club
Lists Regular Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Atlantic Camera Club will be
held at 7:30 Monday evening at
the R. o. T. C. building In New
Crlsotbal. At this time, Gordon
R. Sommers, ex-presldent of the
Diablo Camera Club, will put on
a one-man show of his own
prints. Sommers will also be
guest critic for the club's
monthly competition, the sub-
ject of which is "Bombero."
Visitors are welcome.
KIDNEYS
ACIDS
MUST
CLEAN
OUT
Tour body drana out axe... Arid,
and poiaonoua waalaa In your blood
thru million tiny dalle-ata Kidney tub.
or (litar*. Polaona In tha Kldnay. o(
bladder may niaka you suffer from
atrong, rloudy urine. flatting up Nlghu,
Nervouanaaa, I.ej Paint, t'lrcle. Und.t
Eye a. Backache. Achn. Joint*. Acidity
or burning- paaaagea. Cyatax, now Im-
ported from tha L.8. A., alarla working
promptly, helpa make you feel younger,
atronger, batter In S way: 1. Help.
tour kidney, clean out polaonoua acid..
I. Combata germa In tha urinary aystem.
I. Sooth, and calma Irritated tlaauea
Alk your drugglat for Cy.tax todajr,
Ba how oulcklv It mav. help vou.
MADE ESPECIALLY
FOR BABY'S SKIN I
To pr.v.nl akin Irrllotion and
chating. sprinkle Baby with John-
son's Baby Powder afier bath, at
diaper change*, and in
between times, too!
ifir Of **-
ifsr rot rou
mm
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(I^MX.
Army* Navy, Air Force News
Newcomer Asks Strong Aid
For National Defense Week
Governor Francis K. Newcomer
has expressed his best wishes io
the Armed B'orces, veterans' or-
ganizations and other communi-
ty groups In the Canal Zone for
the observance of National De-
fense Week and Armed Forces
Day on May 10, which will climax
the week's program to honor ihe
nation's defense forces.
The Governor urged all Canal
Zone resident* to take part In '*e
ceremonies which have been
planned this year as a unified
community project to honor the
men and women of our armed
forces.
The theme of the observance
this year will be a tribute to the
armed forces as an integral and
interdependent part of the 'otal
material and spiritual power of
America now being mobilized r.nd
a renewal of faith In our coun-
try's sacred heritage, the Idetls
of peace and freedom, to the pre-
servation of which our power Is
dedicated.
This will be the second annual
observance of Armed Forces Day,
established last year In place of
the separate occasions formerly
observed to honor various com-
ponents of our armed forces.
National Defense Week was
instituted 24 years ago by the
Reserve Officers Association of
the United States as an annual
occasion on which to emphasize
the vital role played by defense
forces In the Ufe and continued
security of our nation.
Duty-Free Entry
For Armed Forces
Extended 2 Years
The duty free entry privilege
for gift parcels entering the Uni-
ted States from service personnel
overseas has been extended for
two years by act of Congress, it
was learned at Headquarters,
United States Army Caribbean.
Under the current extension,
free entry may be secured for an
article, the cost of which does not
exceed $50, provided the package
Is accompanied by a WD Form
159, signed by the sender and a
certifying officer, respectively.
The act of February 1951, Pub-
lic Law 1, Introduced at the 32nd
Congress, will extend the privi-
lege until July 1, 1953.
This year, the American Le-
gion, Veterans of Foreign Wars
and other community groups, to-
gether with the Reserve Officers
Association, are associated with
representatives of the Army. Nj-
vy, Air Force and Marines in the
Canal Zone In the plans for the
local observances of Natlonal,De-
fense Week and Armed Forces
Day.
Extending best wishes for a
successful observance of these oc-
casions In the Canal Zone, the
Governor expressed his pleasure
in joining United States citizens
everywhere In paying tribute
during National Defense Week
and Armed Forces Day to the
men and women of our armed
forces.
Ukranian Who Escaped
Iron Curtain Is Now
Ft. Kobbe Soldier
FORT KOBBE. C.Z.. April 20
From the Ukraine to Phllart!-
phia Is a long hop, but Corporil
Victor Hordlenko, of Company C,
33rd Infantry, made it. But he
was not atone. His father, mo-
ther and younger sister also made
It.
Hordlenko's escape from behind
the "Iron Curtain" follows the
pattern long familiarized by
newspapers and magazines.
Born near Odessa In 1930, he
and his family were sent to work
In Kiev in the Ukraine by the
Germans. In 1944 he was taken
to Czechoslovakia. Shortly after
the end of the war there came
that familiar tap on the devr by
the police, but Victor's father
took his family and skipped to
Germany as a DP. In 1948 tney
arrived in Philadelphia as DP's,
and In July, 1949, Hordlenko en-
listed in the Army.
While undergoing basic train-
ing at Fort Devens Cpl. Hordlen-
ko successfully completed USAFI
courses In 7th and 8th grade Eng-
lish. SlnCe coming to the Isth-
mus he has carried on his educa-
tional activities at the Fort Kob-
be Education Center where he
passed a high school freshman
course in English and received
his 8th grade diploma. In addi-
tion he has taken typing and.
high school math.
In March o this year he re-
ceived his promotion to Corporr/.
3 Aircraft Firms
Join In Siralojel
Program In Georgia
MARIETTA, Ga., April 19 (UP)
The reactivated World War II
bomber plant here will soon go
Into production of the 800-mile-
an-hour Boeing B-47 Stratojet,
the fastest known bomber in the
world, it was announced today.
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. will
produce the 185,000-pound air-
craft here as part of a massive,
trl-company operation carried
lout with the U. S. Air Force,
Boeing and Douglas Aircraft Co.
are the other participating
firms.
James V. Carmlchaei, vice
president and general manager
of Lockheed's Georgia division,
said that production schedules
have not been completed but
"we know it is going to mean a
lot of work for a lot of people."
Carmlchaei directed the bom-
ber plant during World War n
when it turned out more than
600 Boelng-deslgned B-29 Super-
fortresses. He" has headed Lock-
heed's Georgia division since
January in Its initial work of
modifying mothballed B-29's.
The announcement of the
B-47 assignment came from
Wichita. Kan., where Boeing al-
ready is producing Strato]ets.
tf UNVIES
Modem women love Ksyser nylon
tricot undies... the most rxciting
money-and labor-saving garments
of today... Money-saving because
they wear longer... Labor-saving
because no ironing is necessary.
JkwMfc,
Buddy Poppy Sellers
Are Wanted By VFW
Volunteer women workers a/e
sought by the Veterans of For-
eign Wars for the annual sale of
Buddy Popples to be held in Ihe
Canal Zone between May 1 and
May 10.
The VFW needs young jlrls
and women who can at least de-
vote three or four hours to the
selling campaign, If not the en-
tire day.
Canal Zone department chair-
man A. A. Hannberg explained:
"The number of Buddy Poppies
that we can sell between May 1
and May 10 will be limited only by
the number of people who are
given the opportunity to buy
thesa little flowers. We especially
appeal to the mothers, wives, oi
daughters of men who have serv-
ed in the Armed Forces."
Hannberg named President
Mrs. Frances Sebastlon, of the
Ladies Auxiliary, Post No. 3822. as
co-chairman of the 1951 Buddy
Poppy drive, who will direct the
local women's group on both sides
of the Isthmus.
Volunteers can contact Hann-
berg by phoning Curundu 5287
after 4 p.m. dally, or Mrs. Sebas-
tlon at Curundu 8179.
On the Atlantic Side contact J.
K. Brown, Ft. Gullck 387.
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If yon're looking for the perfect gift you'll
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Only Hamilton meet, all the itand-
ard. of fine watchmaking. For its
tested accuracy and time-endur
ing beauty, Hamilton has
baeome known at "Thj
Ariitocrat of Watrhei."
Agmnt General
M. Espinosa, Apartado 493, Panama, R. P;
TAK ACTION!
Bleeding ums Warn of
PYORRHEA
? 0Ht 0f 5
May Become Sufferers
ef This Dread Infection
Don't neglect tender, bleeding
gumsthe first sign of Pyor-
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5 may, have;
Start immediately to protect
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its accompanying symptoms of
unsightly shrinking gums and
loosening teeth. See your den-
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brush your teeth twice a day
with Forhan's For the Gums
made especially for BOTH
cleaning teeth and massaging
gums. Forhan's is the only den-
tifrice containing Dr. R. J.
Forhan's remarkable anti-Pyor-
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In recent clinical tests 95%
of Pyorrhea-threatened ases
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HE'S BACK
18 April, 1951
Dear Sir:
I am moved at this time to comment on the singular Instance
of a military personage who li being welcomed to the shores
v. ren he renounced for 14 years, by hordes o people, parades
.'airfare, pomp and ceremony. 1 am moved to suggest that any
other military person In like Instance, having disobeyed the or-
denof te lawful superiors and having flaunted the authority
of the President of the United States of America, his constltu-
t-onal Commander-in-Chief. would be coming home, not in
chains, then at least under a heavy guard pf military policemen.
-,nd headed by the most direct route for a military prison.
I am moved to suggest further that a person who has
'.hrough his arrogance, his hot-headedness, and his vipered tongue
sough* to endanger the welfare ol the United States of America
and the Free Nations of the United Nations by subjecting them to
a Justilled attack by a foreign power, has wi ling y renounced all
claims to heroism and has, in fact, Justified himself for a whisker-
td adornment and a diet of tin cans.
However, be that as it may. the gentleman Is coming home
in glory and Instead of chastisement will receive only praise,
instead of censure will receive the adulation of the multitude
ihis is neither here nor there, nor yet elsewhere, being merely
a substantiation of the famous saying of Mr. P. T. Barnum. who
handled elephants and not military commanders. Mr. Bamum,
being a good American citizen, knew whereof he spoke.
I am reminded at this point of the prediction made by this
military gentleman on the subject of the Korean War being over
bv Christmas. This was In fact a rash Prediction as has been
proved but for a few weary weeks it seemed that the piedlctlon
would come true... backwards.
Those of Us who fought in the Pacific during the late World
War remember the attitude of the Navv toward this gentleman
and we remember also the attitude of the embarked troops. I
cannot undertake to give the result of any detailed survey regard-
ing these opinions but I was led to believe through association
with the soldiers who iought for this gentleman that the de-
scriptive nickname "Dougout" was ascribed him, not through any
overwhelming love for his magnetic personality but was used
rather to describe his peculiar liking for fighting the war from
behind a desk, a few Instances to the contrary notwithstand-
ing.
Many people who know the situation will tell you that the
place and time of many Pacific operations were decided by a
Navy Admiral called Nimitz, but Mr. Nlmitz, being a Navy man
and 1 true gentleman, never claimed credit; he was a Texas
man, a tight-lipped fighter, and not a slack mouthed orator
The Admiral preferred to ride the landing boats into the beach
where he could step to dry land rather than wade ashore for
the benefit o photographers. __
Perhaps the gentleman under discussion is the most brilliant
end able military commander since Hannibal, as he apparently
thinks, but it is an indisputed fact that since Ridgway reached
Korea the United Nations troops have been going forward and
not backwards and. while our hearts have not been gladdened
with any pompous, wordy communiques as formerly, we can
levertheless comfort ourselves with the thought that Ridgway
oes not have to make any excuses for bis victories.
It comes to my mind that the gigantic welcome being ac-
corded this deposed General is merely a great political pageant
staged for the purpose of displacing the president of the United
SUtes in the coming election. While I have no doubts that the
President will be displaced. I still decry the methods of the op-
position parties in using this Gentleman as a symbol of wrong-
ed mankind and as a symbol of the perfidy pf the president.
However fumbling and ineffective his methods may be it is
agreed by all that the president has the good of his country at
heart. However broad-minded one may be. one must agree that
the president gave this General enough rope to hang a dozen
battalions, and even though the General finally managed to poke
his head In the noose it appears now that the corpse, lo!, has
erlsen. There is Joy throughout the land; the great Circus is
*The Gentleman should feel perfectly at home in this gran-
diose setting, having been a politician of sorts most of his life
and, according to reports, having received his earlier promotions
through the intervention (politically) of his influential daddy-
ln-law However this proves nothing whatever except the ac-
cepted'fact that it "is nice to marry Into an Influential family
wherever possible.
I wish however that the Oreat American People could have
found it within their generous hearts to welcome home the
wounded survivors of the "home-by-Chrlsttoas" retreat with the
same degree of enthusiasm they are displaying foi the mighty
General, who comes flying out of the blue in the airship "Ba-
taan," symbol of another great retreat wherein the Gentleman
helped earn his nickname of "Dougout." and earned not the Pur-
Dle Heart nor any accolade except the dubious distinction of ut-
tering those ringing words: "I'll be back!"
Well, folks, he's back.
Demo
Labor INewt*
And
Comment
By Victor Rietel
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Can you think of any 720
persons some of whom would
have to be women whom you
could mobilize In Michigan for
successful seizure of almost half
of Henry Ford's huge, and mil-
itarily vital, River Rouge plant?
Sound fantastic? Yet that's Just
what the Communists apparent-
ly have succeeded in doing in
the past few months.
No direct assault, of course.
They simply moved into De-
troit their top national "agita-
tion-propagandists" (agit-props)
and most brilliant organizers
from their "Trade Union Com-
mission" in New York. And to-
day the Communists exert great
influence over, or control di-
rectly, the men who speak for
almost 30000 CIO Ford workers
in seven of the sprawling build-
ings at that famed gargantuan
plant, now the hub of an in-
dustrial machine with over one
billion dollars in war orders.
And there are exactly 720
Communist Party members in
Michigan today according to
an undercover FBI aount. So,
the next time you hear the
professional intellectuals chide
you, as though you were a
pre-Ice Age fossilized skull,
for worrying about what ex-
actly 43,217 V. S. Communist
Party members can do re-
member Ford River Rouge.
I'd like to tell you what these
few disciplined thousands are in
a position to do right through
our industrial-war production
life line, right this minute.
Our security police at this mo-
ment are closely watching one
man who is in a position to
choke off production in giant
steel mills, huge blast furnaces
and tin plate plants. Again, t
may sound fantastic. But, he Is
a friend of those who believe
the recent Communist Peace
Crusade is a great boon to
humanity. And he can call a
strike which would choke off
supplies going into, and millions
of tons rolling out of, the world s
areatest Industrial system. Yup
just like that. It might not
last long. But. however long it
lasted it would hurt bad.
Our security police know of
Communist cells. Just a hand-
ful of people, gentlemen, who
can start, right now, a bitter
race riot in one of the giant
steel mills not too lar out
Chicago.
Our security police are watch-
ing the waterfront. For they
know of Just four or five ce
which are poised for disruptse
refusal to load our shooting
stuff aboard deep sea vessels on
two coastsand refusal to un-
load it in Alaska and Hawaii.
If this doesn't happen, It won t
be because we were able to stop
It in advance. It will be called
off only because the Commun-
ists' World labor organization
did not yet want such direct ac-
tion here.
And when it wants it. is can
get such "Operation Disruption
rolling In 41 Western U. S. ports,
15 Alaskan ports, several big
Hawaii ports and in two great
Eastern harbors.
All th,U. of course, in add-
ition to what the Party can
do in and around our atomic
energy motor building plants,
jet factories etc., all in the
electronic field not the least
vulnerable of which are the
Pittsburgh Westi nghouse
plants and the northeastern
General Electric installations.
Yet the Communist Party has
but 4,550 members In California;
580 in Connecticut; 1751 In New
Jersey; 22,575 in New York;
1,060 in Ohio; 2,322 In Pennsyl-
vania and 210 in Washington, D.
C. There are Just a handful In
Maryland, but they're powerful
In Baltimore, as the nation may
soon discover. They concentrat-
ed there because It's one of the
country's most vital ports.
How do they do it? Well,
here's how they did It at Fort
River Rouge where they even
elected "with overw helming
majorities," the five pro-Com-
mles on trial before the union
on charges of "subservience to
the Communist Party." Here's
how they did it despite the fight
by Walter Reuther himself a
brilliant strategist.
First, they rehashed for them-
selves, in specially assigned lit-
tle Communists Party Commis-
sions, all grievances found
among the plant's 60,000 work-
ers. Then they set their best
propaganda writers in New
York and Detroit working on a
constant flow of leaflets and
speeches.
According to their own spe-
cial report from the plant it-
self:
"The central feature of the
Progressive' campaign (at Ford)
was a "Straight From the
Shoulder" peace offensive. Ta-
bloids, leallets and mass meet-
ings explained to the workers
that war Is not inevitable. Pro-
gressive warned that conversion
to war production would not
bring peace and prosperity..."
To this were added demands
for "pie in the sky." Huge war.-
ircreases, lowering of produc-
tion standards and speeds, spe-
cial upgrading for Negroes,
hea-ry taxes on industry and
lowering of excises on workers,
removpl of pII waritme restiK-
tions wihch cause layoffs in
OLD TIMERS AT THIS CAMEActing like combat vetaran, these Korean children cover their
ears and duck as a heavy mortar Is ftred by U. S. soldiers it the Red enemy In Korea (U. S.
Army photo from NEA-Acme.)
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE SLOW MATCH
TEHERAN.The first point the American and
British negotiators have passed over to their
meaningless communique from Washington is
the extreme seriousness of the Iranian situation
they have been so nervously discussing. By a
long course of flaccldlty and folly, Iran and the
Middle East in general have been brought close
to the point of explosion. The decision of the
Iranian Majlis to nationalize the Anglo-Iranian
oil company is merely the slow match that may
touch off the explosion.
The American tendency to assume an air of
conscious rectitude, and to hint that this is a
nasty imperialist mess with which we are not
concerned, can only be compared with the simi-
lar (and even less excusable) British tendency
!n dealing with the Far Eastern crisis in recent
months. In fact American interests are as In-
extricably entangled to this Iranian problem as
are British Interests.
If no sensible compromise on the oil question
is found, the first consequence will be general
Imitation of the Iranian example throughout
the whole Middle East. The American oil prop-
erties here will also be Involved. What is far
worse, loss of cbntrol of her Middle Eastern oil,
which Is all the oil Britain has, will promptly
reduce Britain to the status of a secondary
power.
Thus the whole huge American postwar in-
vestment in maintaining Britain as a major
rower ally will be. flushed down the drain. In-
terruption or reduction of Middle Eastern oil
supplies will be crippling. In truth, to the
strength of all of Western Europe.
En route to Teheran, this correspondent
touched base to London. There he received the
strong impression that the British government
will not accept defeat in the long hard struggle
to rebuild Britain's power position and economy.
Instead, if worst comes to worst, they will dust
off the plan the Cabinet actually approved dur-
ing the previous Iranian crisis of 1946.
At that time, It will be recalled, British occu-
pation of southern Iran was hurriedly prepared
for in order to protect the oil property from
the Soviets. If the British now move troops to
Iran, Soviet occupation of the rest of the coun-
try under the 1921 treaty will become virtually
Inevitable. .. .
Even If the British shrink back at the last
moment from such desrjerate measures, a gen-
eral effort by the Middle Eastern governments
to take over the oil companies can only lead
to political chaos throughout the whole region.
The companies are actually larger organizations
than the governmcr i themselves. The process
of take-over will unleash unimaginable political
tensions. One way or another chaos will be un-
avoidable.
Chaos to the Middle East in turn will com-
promise the whole position in the eastern Me-
diterranean. The American Mediterranean fleet,
which Is now much larger than the British fleet
there, and especially the Anglo-American air
bases In Cyprus, Cyrenalca and Tripoli, are now
among the chief deterrents to Soviet aggres-
sion. If the airbases alone cease to be available
and the British will hardly be in a mood to
permit their use if deserted by us at this Junc-
ture the effect will be the same as losing
one-half or more of the American Strategic Air
Force.
In short, this business in Iran is potentially
more serious for the Western alliance than any-
thing but a naked Soviet aggression In a critical
area.
This does not mean that the decision of the
Iranian Majlis to nationalize the Anglo-Iranian
Companv Is the result of a Soviet plot. It does
not mean either that Dr. Mussadegh and the
other Iranian nationalists who have taken the
lead to this matter have consciously wished to
crippled the Western alliance; they are compar-
able, rather, to the American Isolationists of the
Wherry stripe, who also wish to bring the whole
world down in ruins because they cannot see
beyond their noses.
Finally, Just because the problems created by
this business In Iran are so Immensely grave,
It does not mean that these prpb.vms cannot
be solved. The slow match In fact can be ex-
tinguished. ." ..
Grasping the Immensity of the stakes to the
game, however. Is the essential first step to-
wards an understanding of how the game must
be played. What has happened could have been
prevented bv wise Anglo-American action long
""instead, the British In the Middle East have
pursued a policy of business as usual, the stand-
ard of business as usual being established by
the conditions that prevaUed before the shat-
tering changes of the second world war. Mean-
while, the Americans have been flabby, uncrea-
tlve, and unwilling for many reasons to take
firm Initiatives.
Thus Anglo-American influence, which Is still
potentially very great, has gone for nothing or
has been downright pernicious. And this has
created a situation in which heavy immediate
risks must be run in order to avoid the certain -
tv of eventual disaster.
(Copyrlfht. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Churches and UMT
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA)Trying to put a fin-
ger on House of Representatives opposition to
Universal Milltarv Training legislation Is ex-
tremely difficult. Even the congressmen who
are opposed to a peacetime UMT aren t very
lucid, beyond .saying that they, don t like it.
Practically everv public opinion poll shows a
majorltv of those questioned to favor of UMT.
Most newspapers support It. American Legion,
which operates one of the most potent lobbies
in Washington is for UMT. So are other vet-
erans' organizations. Department of Defense
wants it. And the Senate has passed by an
overwhelming majority its bill which would put
UMT into effect. _,
Members of the lower house, however, are
holding back. And since representatives are
supposed to have their ears much closer to the
ground than the senators, there must be some
basis for sentiment from back home to support
this opposition. Still, many congressmen quer-
ed on the point admit that their mall Is about
equall divided, for and against UMT.
Supporters of UMT who have been following
Its progress in Congress say that youhaveto
dig deep to find the reasons for opposition. They
say It Is a religious issue. Center of organized
opposition to UMT is to thejchurch groups
Rep. Dewev Snort. Missouri Republican, point-
ed this out in House debate by auotlng a letter
from the Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick of New
York, in opposition to UMT. .
Rep. Adam Powell. New York Democrat and
formerly minister in the Abyssinian Baptist
Church, backed him by declaring "every single
rellRlous leader In the nation. Catholic and Pro-
testant, is on record... against umt.
Then he cited the organizations that had
ittfid nsrntnst UMT' The Roman Catholic
Counctf of Chops the Methodist Church, the
Presbyterian Church. American BapUst Conven,
tlon, National Conference of Methodist Youth
Church of the Brethren. Southern Baptist
Church. Society of Friends -Quakers., piscinles
of Christ. United Lutheran Church. Evangelical
and Reformed Church "right on down the
line. They are all against UMT. __
Any congressman will hesitate to go against
the religious leaders of his strict There seems
to be the crux of the matter If the church
people are against a candidate, he'll have a hard
time getting re-elected.
The House has met this opposition with a
variety of subterfuges. It Is proposed to change
the name, instead of UMT Universal Mili-
tary Training it would be called N8TC Na-
tional Security Training Corps. That Is intend-
ed to take some of the curse off of the Idea by
getting the word "military" out of It.
Then the House Armed Services Committee
attempted a colossal job of passing the buck. In-
stead of putting NSTC into effect itself, It ab-
dicated its power and surrendered Its much-
vaunted constitutional law-making duties to a
National Security Training Commission. It would
consist of five members three civilians, one
retired regular and the other a member of the
armed forces reserves. No active regulars could
This commission would be given six months
or more to draw up a set of laws and regula-
tions on how NSTC should be run.
All this ground has been covered before. In
1947 a nine-man commission under Dr. Karl Tj
Compton reported that unless the U. 8. adopted
universal milltarv service it faced extermina-
tion" within seven years. The Army in an ex-
perimental camp at Fort Knox. Ky., worked out
all the details of how it should be run The
U S. Senate, as mentioned, has already drawn
up and passed a bUl which would put it into
effect. All this experience was brushed aside
Instead, the House substitute for this legisla-
tion would provide that Its new NST Commis-
sion would do the Job all over again and report
back to the House Armed Services Committee.
This committee would then have 45 days to
which to consider It. amend It further, and fin-
ally report It to the House for approval within
another 15 days. It could be disapproved and
k lied. Whatever happened. Congress could duck
responsibility and blame the commission
While all this is going on. much valuable time
Is being lost. Defense Secretary Marshall's com-
ment has been largely Ignored. It's going U>
take two years to put any UMT plan Into effect,
he says. You can't have nothing one day and
a full-grown UMT the next. The system will
have to be built up gradually It will have to be
phased Into the draft. It will have to be start-
ed now to be operative by 1953. There s no time
to lose. ________________
tit* WASHINGTON
. > *s 'UW
MERRY-60-ROUND
ly 0RIW PEARSON
civilian production, and even
control of company rights to
produce machines In its other
rlpnts.
er demands, all tailor-made to
fit all grievances. And that s
exactly what to look for in all
industries. Then watch for
, IUUBJIMCO. ------ .
There were hundreds o o(h- stitke sentiment to be whip- I
ped up when the companies
don't dish out this "pie in the
sky" on red hot platters.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: MacArthur rides down Penn. Ave., on
two historic occasions under two unpopular Presidents;
MacArthur's critics during Bonus Army sing his praises
now; MacArthur's popularity increased by American
sympathy for the evicted.
WASHINGTON.It is symbolic that Douglas MacArthur has
twice ridden up and down Pennsylvania Avenue on historic oc-
casions, each time under unpopular Presidents, and each time
whe- the principle of civilian versus military government was
at Issue.
The first time was nearly 20 years ago under the Hoover
Administration, when a cautious, timid President had been so
slow In handling a group of veterans lobbying for a bonus that
extreme military measures were finally used to evict them.
The second time Is today under a President with more cour-
age th.i caution, whose Injudicious utterances and precipitous
actions have brought his Admlnlstratlln to the same low stage of
unpopularity as Herbert Hoover's.
Significant also may be the fact that MacArthur's previous
advance down Pennsylvania Avenue, behind tanks and cavalry,
drove a decisive nail in the Hoover political coffin and led to
the Republican Party's disastrous defeat.
Today, the tables are turned, and MacArthur's second rid
up Pennsylvania Avenue may drive a nail In the Truman politic-
al coffin and lead to the Democratic Party's defeat.
PRESS COMMENT TURNS
The tables are turned also In another Interesting manner.
MacArthur, after driving out the Bonus Army, was unpopular in,
the extreme. The Veterans of Foreign Wars, which praises him
today, was bitter in its denunciation then. And the Scrlpps-Ho-
v/ard newspapers, which champion MacArthur today, felt quits
differently then.
"Revolution has been threatened, General MacArthur, Chief
of Staff of the U.S. Army, announces from the White House,"
said the Scrlpps-Howard Washington News. "This Is untrue. Th
veterans, ridden down and slashed by MacArthur's troops, wer
insurrectionists, according to the General. This Is untrue .
Revolutions cannot be threatened by unarmed men. The bonus
marchers were unarmed.
"What a pitiful spectacle Is that of the great American, Gov-
ernment, mightiest in the world, chasing unarmed men, women
and children with army tanks."
CHANGES ON PENN. AVE.
There are other changes between that march nearly two de-
cades ago and that of yesterday. MacArthur himself, a man with
a photographic eye, will doubtless be the first to notice them.
As he leaves the Capitol and goes up the Avenue toward th
White House, he will pass along the Mall, one of the most beau-
tiful parks In Washingtonstretching from the foot of Capitol
Hill to the Lincoln Memorial.
MacArthur has never seen this park before. For, .during
that other march down Pennsylvania Avenue, it was partly
a grove of trees around dilopldated houses, headquarters for ths
20,000 nondescript, pathetic veterans who came to Washington
during those depression days seeking relief for their families.
MacArthur will also pass by the Mellon art gallery, one of
the most beautiful buildings In Washington, which he he' not
seen before. It was at this point, when he passed on his pre-
vious march down the Avenue, that a Negro veteran waved a big
American flag and dared MacArthur's cavalry to advance. .
Two troopers brought their sabres to salute. Others stood at
attention. An officer gave a command. The Negro was ridden
down.
The scenes on that other march down Pennsylvania Avenue
were at one time awful, gruesome and amusingbooing specta-
tors, tanks, tear gas, veterans, taunting troops... "Where werg
you during the Argonne?" "Hoover's Cossacks." "Bring
en Bismarck!"
MacAijihur would have escaped any blame had It not been
for two things. As Chief of Staff he did not have to partldpat
In the Bonus Army's eviction. It was a minor police operation
which should have been commanded by a colonel from Fort Myer
across the Potomac. Instead MacArthur sent for his full-dress
uniform, changed in his office In the War Department, and as
Chief of Staff took personal command of the operationto ths
accompaniment of newsreels and photographers.
UNFORTUNATE PRESS CONFERENCE
His second mistake was to hold a press confeifmce. which
again was outside the line of duty, and during which he mad
unfortunate statements taking credit for the "victory."
"I have entered villages in wartime which have been to th
grip of the enemy for three years," he announced* "and I know
what their gratitude means. But never have I seen, even to tho*-
days, such expressions of gratitude as from the crowds today."
The Washington Board of Trade, quite a conservative organ!,
zatlon, meanwhile passed a resolution praising the Washington
police for their compassionate feeding of the Bonus Army.
Historians, who will have a chance to view the events of th
past week more dispassionately than the public comment of to-
day will be interested in evaluating the steps by which General
MacArthur, a none-too-popular figure two decades ago, staged
such a terrific popular comeback.
One reason of course, is his brilliant handling of the occu-
pation of Japana management of a conquered people whicl
lstory wUl probably say far surpassed his military achievements.
Several others should share credit for victory in the Pacific-
Admiral Nimitz, Admiral Halsey, Gen. Walter Krueger and Gen.
Robert Eichelberger. But no one can ever detract from the super
manner in which MacArthur stabilized Japan and transformed
a suspicious, hostile people into genuine admirers of the United
States. That, historians are sure to say, will be MacArthur
greatest claim to fame.
But another reason for the change In public opinion Is ths
fact that on that other march down Pennsylvania Avenue Mac-
Arthur was the evictor, the Bonus Army was the evicted. Now it
is the other way around. MacArthur is the evicted-evicted from
his command in Tokyo.
(Copyright, 1951. by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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FRIDAY, APRIL M, 1K1
TORCHY LAMARR Is one of the stars of the Hugh Howard
musical review, "Something To Sing About," which will be
resented for the benefit of the Summer Recreational Coun-
cil April 27 at the Balboa Stadium. The show will last three
hours and will feature the top artists from the Canal Zone
f ^__________________and Panama.________________________
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA). Ex- |.over Jane Powell when MGM's
cluslvely Yours: Hollywo-jds "Rich. Young and Pretty" hit3
"movies are getting better-, the screens in France. She maf'e
than-ever" campaign has a
huah-hush follow-up movie
stars must be better than ever.
Off icreen. that Is.
leaving morality clauses in
studio contracts, Hollywood's own
the studio write it Into her con-
tract.

Joyce Holden, on her role ot a
horse who returns from animal
heaven as a human in "One
iegior>cr decency te on the march -.'ever Knows":
to/cgyal the screen's "lost dig-1 "All through the picture I speak
nlty.MAll of the major studios with a Southern accent. That's
quietly* have advised contract because I was a Kentucky thor-
star""tO stay out of the head-i ourhbred. I go around with wisps
lines" and "act like normal hu of hay in my mouth and the fcl-
mn-belngs." j lows at the corner drugstore
m_-'*v-.*- k.w. .. whinny Instead of whistle when
Two threats of breaking con- whenever I run in the
tracts for morality reasons a,- pture/the ,ound track wl||
ready have been made. dop-clop-clop.'

Janet Leigh denies It and Q">-
"Las Vegas Week-End." featui-
-i j ti, T _i__,(.. it v... In -aa retas vrcciv-rwiu, lcaiiu-
IL6 Sn,Hdf"let, ft:.'?; ng Jane Russell and Vic Mature,
sitters insist there was fric.'on
between them during the making
ot "Two Tickets to Broadway."
will be shot on location at the
Flamingo Hotel. Ruth Hus-
, star in "The Royal Family" on
to Gloria.
There's a touchy theme to the
new Joseph Bernhard Anson
Bond picture, "Fast Is East." It's
; all about a GI who brings I mm a
Japanese war bride. Shirley Ysra-
aunchi, Nippon's Betty Gfanle,
will star.
Broadway to Jerry Lewis' athletic
mama in "That's My Boy" to the
Mother Mary in a TV religious
film.

Foreign Colonies
To Build Typical
Pavilions For Fair
Among the most colorful sec-
tions at the Colon May Fair will
be that In which the foreign
colonies will have their pavi-
lions. The fair committee has
offered a prize to the pavilion
that is Judged the most original
In this section and the foreign
colonies are putting their heart
Into the Job of preparing their
pavilions.
Each foreign colony will build
its pavilion following the archi-
tectural design typical of the
mother country.
The Greek colony has made It
known that it intends to build
a replica of the Parthenon of
Athena.
The Spanish colony's pavilion
will be a miniature Andalussian
mansion.
The pavilion of the Chinese
colony will be a Chinese pagoda,
the Indian pavilion, an Indian
bazaar. A typical country hut will
be the pavilion of the citizens of
Ecuador.
The United States embassy
has made it known that It In-
tends to have its own pavilion.
However, no definite announce-
ment has been made as to the
style in which It will be built.
Other foreign colonies will
have their plans ready within a
few days.
Professor Cardona
To Present Pupils
At Church Recital
Professor Leo Cordona of the
Conservatory of Music will pre-
sent twelve of his pupils in a
Recital, Monday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Cristobal Union Church.
Most of the pupils are from Co-
lon and Cristobal. Professor
Cordona will also play several
numbers.
Adlmlssion is open to all who
are Interested. The charge of 25
cents for students and 50 cents
for adults Is for the piano fund
of the Church.
"YES, SIR, THIS IS A SORT OF HOTEL,- says Dominic, ma-
jor-domo of Latlmer's household (J. B. Clemmons) to Ann
iLollle Maduro) and Leonard (Rufus Smith). They appear In
DOVER ROAD, to be presented at Diablo Theater next week.
Jeanne Craln. the long hair
standout, loses her long mane for
her role opposite Cary Grant in
Jaljt Gaynor had two picture "Dr. Praetorius." After testing ner
offers-followlng her radio version in six wigs, of different lengths,
of "SeSenth Heaven" with Cha;les Fox settled on a medium bob. .
Farrell. But she still insists she's i Bob Falln, who may be Marie
not interested hi returning to r,.e j Wilson's next hubby, turned down
creen. a London movie offer. Marie !
* wouldn't hear of it. June Ai-
Sign outside Gig Young's dres>- lyson will play a piano prodlpy
lng room after a long love scene who rips through Beethoven and
with Virginia Grey: "Temporal: y Brahms in "Too Young to Kiss.'
Out ot Ardor."
Traditional Seder
For Servicemen
Marks Passover
The Passover holiday will be
observed with a traditional Seder
held at the HotPl Tlvoli tonight
at 6:30 under the auspices of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
for the men of the Jewish faith
in the Armed Forces and their
dependents.
Rabbi Nathan Witkln, Field Di-
rector, National Jewish Welfare
Board, Caribbean Command and
Rabbi Harry Merfeld of Kol
Shearlth Israel Synogogue In Pa-
nama City, will conduct the Se-
der service.
Passover services for the holi-
day conducted at the U.S.O.-J.W
B. In Balboa, by Rabbi Witkln v;!!l
be as follows:
Saturday, at 9 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday, at 9 a.m.; Thurs-
day. April 26 at 7:30 p.m.: Friday,
April 27 at 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Saturday. April 28 at 9 a.m.
Memorial Service for the de-
parted will be recited during the
Saturday, April 28, morning serv-
ice.
Men of the Jewish faith aboard
the Carrier Hornet and aboard
the U.S.8. Missouri are cordially
invited to attend both the Pass-
over Seder at the Hotel Tlvoli
and the holiday services at the
U S.O.-J.W.B. Center in Balboa.
TROPICAL
TODAY!
, WOMEN fought fcr
his kisses!
...MEN
clamored
for his life'
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(NEA Telephoto)
ST. PAUL FLOODED Peter- Peterka (left) and Sam Talla-
rlco carry Mrs. Mary Roberto to a dry spot as flood waters
threaten St. Paul, Minn. The Mississippi River In the area
crested at the highest level since 1881, causing 1,500 persons
to be driven from their homes.
That 30-year contract Milton
Berle just signed with NBC, says
Alan Wilson, will never work out.
There Just isn't that much ma-
terial around for him to steal.
As Irene Ryan sees it: "Men al-
ways make passes at girls who
drain glasses."
Hedy Lamarr heads for Europe p.m. at Morgan's Gardens ar
on on a "combined bastaras; now available at the lnforma-
and pleasure trip." Preston tion desk in Bishop Morris Hall,
Sturges is writing a book. "The Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon.
Care and Feeding of Creditors." and from varios members of the
Tickets For Spring
Festival Go On Sale
In St. Luke's Parish
Tickets for the Soring Festival
to be held April 28 from 3 to 9
. Ellen Drew's TV debut in
"Hollywood Reel" gave her the
bug. Now ahe'll star in the half-
hour video film, "Crossroad."

Eleanor Powell will stay home
In Hollywood with their son while
Glenn Ford goes to France next
month to star in "The White
parish, announced Major W.
Peterson, chairman of the fest-
ival Ticket and Finance Com-
mittee.
Approximately 1,500 tickets
have been placed on advance
sale. Price of admission Is 25
cents; children under 12 will be
admitted free if accompanied bv
an adult. Tickets on the Atlantic
Faltering Philip!
Philip's life is filled with bruises.
Well-worn steps and rugs be uses.
Repairs would leave his home like ne
P. A. Classifieds, just the right clue!
Road Glenn calls it his most! side may be secured from Re-
susuenseful film since "Gllri.i." j verend Milton Cookson, at the
The same heavy, George Mac-, church of Our Saviour Cristo-
ready. will chase him all over bal.
France. A meeting of the geneial
committee for the festival will
bt held at Bishop Morris Hall
Saturday. April 21. at 10 a.m.
Al members of the commuter
and any member of the parish
willing to assist the committee
are asked to attend.
Hours at the Information at
the Cathedral are for 9 to 11:30
a.m. and from 2:30 to 5 p.m. or.
Daniel Darrieux will be bll>d Tuesday through Fridays-
The Freddie Bartholomews are
celebrating their fifth wedding
anniversary. New title for
UI's "The Real McCoy" will be
"Coming 'Round the Mountain,"
borrowed from Dorothy Shay's
album. She makes her film de-
bi|t In the picture.
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
sueldos a 14,000 obreros en la Zona
"La Polica no tiene inters
en controlar la Secreta", dice
el Comandante Jos A. Remn
Dicho departamento
no contar con las
partidas necesarias
Segn lo aprobado hasta aho-
ra par la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente la Polica Secreta,
no contara en el prximo pre-
supuesto con un slo centavo;
ni para sus gastos de mantenl-i
miento, ni para pagar al perso-,
nal de empleados. i
Por otra parte, no fu Inclui-
do en el Presupuesto de la Po-,
llca Nacional ningn departa-1
ment p> Investigaciones, comoi
se habla hecho circular y como |
se pensaba proponer en el seno
de la Comisin.
Ja Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente aprob ayer el Pre-
supuesto del Ministerio de Agri-
cultura, Comercio e Industrias
y hoy se Iniciaba la discusin
del de Hacienda y Tesoro.
En circuios enterados se con-
sideraba que el nuevo presu-
'Pat la Pac Col '
Su papel es muy
importante dice
Jefe de Polica
"La Polica Nacional no tiene
ningn Inters en tener bajo
su control a la Polica Secreta",
declar enfticamente el Coro-
nel Jos Antonio Remn, Co-
mandante Primer Jefe de la
Polica Nacional, en entrevista
exclusiva concedida anoche a
un representante de El Pana-
m-Amrica.
El /efe de la Polica fu inte-
rrogado en rebeln con la ac-
titud asumida por la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente, al eli-
minar las partidas destinadas
para el funcionamiento de la
Secreta en el prximo presu-
puesto de Rentas y Gastos, que
se discute actualmente y que
significa la desaparicin de ese
organismo.
El Comandante Remn decla-
r tambin que l considera
"que la Polica Secreta 1 debe
seguir funcionando", porque tie-
ne un papel Importante que de-
sempear en la Urea de repri-
mir la delincuencia en el pas.
Los comunistas siguen
retirndose hacia el
Norte sin resistencia
Lrs tropas Hadas utilizan lanza-llamas para sa-
carlos TOKIO, abril a. (UP).
Los ejrcitos comunistas siguie-
ron retirndose en Corea del
Norte abandonando in pelear
las defensas que protegen los
bastiones de Chorwon y Kumh-
wa. Las fuerzas de las Naclo-
Recobro, la salud
ganadero cubano
con "Krebiozen"
LA HABANA, abril 20. (UP).
El seor Caslldo Lpez He-
vla, de 69 aos de edad y
acaudalado ganadero de la Pro-
vincia de Camaguey, ha sido
dado de alta del hospital, en
donde loa mdicos le adminis-
traron lo que describieron como
un "tratamiento completo" de
Krebiozen.
Dijeron que Lpez Hevla, quien
sufra de cncer en el estma-
go, habla sido operado ante-
riormente, habiendo empeorado
hasta que se le aplic el "Kre-
biozen", siendo enviado de re-
greso a su casa. No se han dado
otros detalles sobre el caso.
nes Unidas continuaban su a-
vance cautelosamente para evi-
tar caer en una trampa.
Las tropas aliadas usaban
lanza-llamas y bayonetas para
sacar a todos los soldados de
retaguardia en un estrecho sec-
tor al Sur de Kumhwa, pero
en otro lugares no encontra-
ron oposicin alguna.
Despachos del Cuartel del 8o.
Ejrcito sugeran que los chi-
nos estaban tratando de atraer
a los aliados hacia el Norte a
un sector ms ancho de la
pennsula de Corea, en donde
las fuerzas de las Naciones U-
nldas serian ms vulnerables a
un contraataque.
El General Blackshear M.
Bryan, Comandante de la 24a.
Divisin Norteamericana le dijo
a un corresponsal de la Pren-
sa Unida que loa comunistas
"estn en capacidad de lanzar
una ofensiva general, pero
cundo y dnde y cmo la ha-
rn es un factor que se des-
conoce".
El General Hrvan predijo que
el Octavo Ejrcito podra con-
tener el asalto cuando llegue,
pero agreg que "si ellos lan-
(Fasa a la Fie. Col. )
"Nunca ha sido meramente un
hroe nacional de Venezuela
el libertador", L. Gmez Ruz
NUEVA YORK, Abril 20 (L'Fi
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Venezuela, Luis G-
mez Ruis, dijo, con motivo el
descubrimiento de la estatua e-
cuestre del Libertador Siir.on
Bolvar que "si en esta ocasin
ce rindiera homenaje a un h-
roe lejos de su tierra natal y
Brindar la Banda
Republicana serie
de conciertos, aqu
Don Eduardo Charpcntler, Di-
rector de la Banda Republica-
na, anunci el establecimiento
ue una serie de programas cul-
turales en los barrios y co.-rc-
n.lentos del Distrito Capital, con
la intervencin de la Banda oa-
Jo su direccin.
El primero de los concia os
que brindar la Banda Repu-
blicana se desarrollar el pr-
ximo martes en Pueblo Nuevo
de las Sabanas, de cinco a s.p-
u. de la noche. Prximamente
ae anunciar los otros lugares
donde sern brindados a le-
mritos populares conciertos de
msica en desarrollo del anun-
ciado plan de culturlzacin del
pueblo
ante extraos a su fama, sera
entonces necesario hablar de su
valor, explicar sus ideales y des-
cribir sus virtudes. En esta for-
ma cualquier pas podra orgu-
llosamente honrar a sus hljor
heroicos-'.
"Pero es totalmente Innece-
sario para mi hacer eso arte
este monumento, porque honra
a alguien a quien Venezuela no
puede considerar suyo solamen-
te. Lo honra en el suelo de otro
pas americana que compaite
su gloria y honra ante un pue-
blo que reverencia su grandeza'.
"El trajo las bendiciones de
la independencia a otros pa-
ses adems del mi, de modo
que junto al nombre de ml pass
se han unido los hombres de
Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Pa-
nam y Per".
"Bolvar nunca ha sido me-
ramente un hroe nacional. Al
proseguir su gran misin de
libertador las tierras y pueblos,
siempre puso sus miradas mt>s
all de las realizaciones del mo-
mento y su insaciable deseo de
libertad lo impuls siempre a-
. elan te Abrig Ilimitadas es-
peranzas e inspiraciones para
el presente y el futuro de A-
mrlca".
"Es como si en el momento
de su muerte hubiese naci j
de nuevo su gloria como una
i.strella en los cielos americano;
(fasa a la fagiaa fc, Columna 1,
Nueva York tributa a Mac
Arthur bienvenida monstruosa
Es solicitada
la impugnacin
de dos jurados
La impugnacin de los seo-
res Enrique A. Jimnez y Car-
los Chang Ortiz como miembros
del Jurado Nacional de Eleccio-
nes ha sido solicitada al Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia,
por representantes de la Uni-
ficacin Liberal.
El Ministro de Gobierno ha
acogido la demanda aludida y
en la actualidad realiza dete-
nido estudio sobre la misma;
estima, segn Informes obteni-
dos por este diarlo, que en el
curso de,, la prxima semana
ser resuelto este importante
asunto.
Los demandantes basan su
solicitud en el hecho de que
tanto el seor Jimnez como
el Diputado Chang Ortiz, son
miembros del Partido Liberal
Nacional recin Inscrito y por
lo tanto no pueden llevar la
representacin del Unificado.
Ir a un Congreso
de qumica el Dr.
Lawrence Malowan
El doctor Lawrence S. Malo-
wan, profesor de Qumica Bio-
lgica de la Universidad de Pa-
nam, ha sido designado por
esta Institucin para represen-
tarla eri el Quinto Congreso
Suramericano de Qumica que
tendr lugar del 4 al 11 de
mayo prximos en Lima, Per.
El Congreso Suramericano de
Qumica se viene celebrando en
el Sur desde hace muchas aos
y los anteriores han tenido lu-
gar en Buenos Aires, Monte-
video, Rio de Janeiro y Santia-
go de Chile.
Esta es la primera vez que
nuestro pas participa en este
certamen cientfico y presen-
tar como su contribucin el
Interesante trabajo del doctor
Malowan titulado "Reaccin de
Derivados Indllcos con aldehi-
dos y cetonas", trabajo de in-
vestigacin que fue realizado en
el departamento qumico de la
Universidad de Panam.
El doctor Malowan partir
para Lima el 25 de los corrien-
tes con el fin de arreglar todos
los preparativos de su diser-
tacin y prueba de su tesis.
Contrata Tcnico
Radial la Red
Pan-americana
Se encuentra en esa ciudad
el 8r. Emilio Daz, tcnico ra-
aial quien ha sido contratado
por la Red Panamericana para
efectuar una reorganizacin eR
el servicio de publicidad y pro-
duccin de esta emisora.
El Sr. Diaz, es un joven cu-
bano con muchos aos de ex-
periencia en el mundo radial
y hasta hace pocos das pres-
taba sus servicios en la presti-
giosa firma mexicana, Walter
Thompson, empresa de gran re-
nombre Internacional-
Emilio Diaz quien se ha he-
cho famoso por sus produccio-
nes radiales, es autor de valias
novelas que han sido escucha-
das por los canales de varias
emisoras locales: Inform a u-
no de nuestros redactores que
como primera medidas aumen-
tar la potencia de la emiso-
ra, iniciar la instalacin de
dos torres, y reorganizar to
dos los departamentos con la
creacin de secciones de pro-
duccin y programas, de publi-
cidad y ventas, de archivos, de
discoteca, departamento de so-
nidos y muslcalizacln y la crea
clon de nuevos valores artsti-
cos por medio de una Academia
de Artes Dramticas.
El Local de la Red Paname-
ricana ser aumentado y del-
iro de algunos das se Iniciaran
programas vivos que se espera
sean del agrado de los aficio-
nados radiales de la Repblica.
Gritando a voz en cuello un
milln y medio se alinearon
a lo largo de doce millas
En la maana de hoy la mayora de sus 7 millones
de habitantes le darn bienvenida oficial
NUEVA YORK, Abril. SO lUP)
La mayora de los 7,838,000
hombres, mujeres y nios que
viven en sta ciudad se lanza-
rn a las calles para la ms
grande celebracin en la histo-
ria, dndole la bienvenida ofi-
cial al General Douglas Mac-
Arthur en un festival de tres
horas de desfiles y discursos.
MacArthur sabia de atemano
la estruendosa bienvenida que
le esperaba en Nueva York,
mientras volaba a la luz de la
una anoche desde Washington
en donde haba pronunciado un
discurso histrico ante el Con-
greso, sobre la poltica en 1
Lejano Oriente, causa principal
de su destitucin.
La Polica calcul que ms de
un milln y medio de admira-
dores con banderas y gritando
a voz de cuello, se encontraban
alineados a lo largo de las 12
millas de carretera que separan
el aeropuerto de Idlewild en
Long Island del Hotel Waldorf
Astoria, en el corazn de la
ciudad. El avin del General a-
terrlz a las :17 de la noche.
La multitud era tan grande y
el trfico Un denso que el via-
je desde el aeropuerto dur
dos horas, y el cansado Gene.il
y su esposa e hijo no pudieron
acostarse en su apartamentoTie
130 dlares diarlos hasta pasada
la media noche.
En el aeropuerto, la Polica
tom medidas especale* para
evitar los desrdenes que cul-
minaron con la llegada de Mac-
Arthur a 8an Francisco y Wash-
ington, Solamente 800 dignata-
rios selectos y miembros de la
prensa fueron admitidos dentro
del hangar en donde lleg el
' Bataan" y se les prohibi que
lo rodearan-
Cuando el General descendi
del avin, la multitud llen e!
espacio con gritos de Jubilo, .a
bandas militares tocaron aires
marciales y los caones dispa-
raron 17 salvas.
El Alcalde de Nueva \oik
Vincent Impelllteri estrech la
mano del General con emocin
y le dijo: "Esto es solamente u-
na pequea muestra de lo re
la ciudad har por usted". Mac-
(Pasa a la Pg. eL )
Aceplada renuncia
al Embajador Jos
Ramn Gulzado
De acuerdo con Informes su-
ministrados a este diarlo en
fuentes oficiales, el seor Pre-
sidente de la Repblica, Dr. Ar-
nulfo Arlas M.. acept a re-
nuncia presentada por el Em-
bajador de Panam en Mxico,
Ingeniero Jos Ramn Guizado.
Hasta el momento de entrar
en prensa no haba sido anun-
ciado el nombre de la persona
que haya de substituir en ese
cargo diplomtico al ex-Emba-
jador Guizado.
El Ministro Urriola
acept la renuncia
al Lie. J. F. Barba
En la maana de hoy el Mi-
nistro de Educacin. Profesor
Cristbal Adn de Urriola, a-
cept la renuncia que le presen-
tara el Secretarlo de ese Minis-
terio Lie. Julio F. Barba
Manifest el Ministro que
hasta ahora no ha sido escoci-
do el sucesor del Lie. Baroa,
pero se espera hacer la desti-
nacin dentro de los prximo*
dias.
Se abandona toda esperanza
de hallar a los hombres en
el submarino que se hundi
PORTSMOUTH. Abril 20 (UF)
El Almirantazgo abandon
anoche toda esperanza de na-
llar los supervivientes del sub-
marino "Affray" perdido el Lu-
nes, y 1 Rey Jorge VI em
mensaje de psame a las fami-
lias Ae los 78 oficiales y ma-
rinos a bordo.
El Vizconde Hall, Primer Lord
del Almirantazgo dijo en nn
mensaje al Comandante de la
flota de submarinos que toda
esperanza est perdida- No se
supo nada del "Affray" en via-
je de prcticas de Portsmouth
a Falmouth desde que se su-
mergi a las nueve y cuarto Uc
la noche del Lunes frente a la
Isla de Wight.
Hoy un buzo descendi al
fondo del Canal de la Mancha
despus que el buque de soco-
Lisios formularios
para las rdenes de
compra en el Seguro
En la Gerencia del Seguro
Social se entreg esta maana
a la prensa el siguiente comu-
nicado sobre nuevos formula-
rlos para la compra de artcu-
los de uso de la institucin que
se compraran directamente en
el exterior:
Dicho comunicado es del te-
nor siguiente:
"En la Gerencia de la Caja
da Seguro Social reposan los
formularlos elaborados por sta
para la compra de artculos de
uso en la institucin. La Ge-
rencia suministrar a los Inte-
resados tales formularlos, con
las condiciones que la Caja es-
tablece para la compra direc-
tamente del exterior de cuanto
ella necesite para su funciona-
miento; y tales requisitos de-
bern ser aceptados por el In-
teresado que haga propuestas
antes de ser aprobadas por la
Gerencia".
rro "Reclaim" avis que se na-
bia hecho contacto con lo que
crea ser el casco del buque
hundido. Pero aunque resultara
ser el "Affray" sus telpulant-s
pudieran estar muertos antes
ce que se llegue a ellos.
Adems, el Almirantazgo dijo
que aunque no hay en aquel
lugar a cinco millas de dond
se sumergi el "Affray" retos
de naufragio conocidos, "no hay
razn para deducir que necesa-
riamente este es el Affray".
El buzo descendi a marea
baja a las cuatro de la tarts
y el Secretarlo Parlamentarlo
del Almirantazgo, L. J. Calag-
han dijo que todava pasaran
horas antes que se pudiera Uar
un Informe. El contacto lo hi-
cieron cinco barreminas dra-
gando el fondo de mar con ca-
bles.
Un portavoz del Almirantazgo
dijo que "calculamos que el ai-
re dentro del submarino con-
servar sus vidas durantes tres
dias, y el uso de lmparas de
oxigeno pudiera prolongar li-
geramente ese periodo" Sln-
embargo, como el "Affray" se
perdi la noche del Lunes el
plazo mximo de supervivencia
era hasta anoche.
Nueva directiva ha
elegido Hoteles
Interamericanos
La empresa de Hoteles Inte-
ramericanos S. A. celebr ayer
una sesin extraordinaria para
elegir a la Junta Directiva por
el periodo de un ao.
Qued Integrada asi:
Presidente: Roberto ELscnn-
man; Primer Vice-Presidente,
tioberto MacGrat'n, Segundo Vi-
ce-Presidente. Florencio Icaza
A; Tesorero, Juan Navarro, Se-
cretarlo, Rogelio Arosemei.a,
Vocales. Rocardo Arlas Espino-
sa, Man 'I R. Arlas. Alejandro
Duque i Marcel Pens.
Un caso de fiebre
amarilla prodcese
en Bocas del Toro
A peticin del Dr. Roberto
Sandoval, Director de Salud P-
blica, un grupo de mdicos es-
pecialistas n o r t e-amerlcanos,
encabezados por el Coronel Nor-
man W. Elton, volaron hacia la
poblacin de Almirante en la
Costa Atlntica, para Investigar
la reciente muerte de una pre-
sunta victima de fiebre amarilla.
Las pruebas hechas en el La-
boratorio Gorgas han estable-
cido definitivamente que la
muerte del cadenero Costarri-
cense, Rene Ramrez, de 28 aos
de edad, ocurrida en Almirante
el 14 de Abril se deba a fiebre
amarilla, segn nos Inform el
Mayor General George W. Rice.
Director de Salud del Canal de
Panam.
La expedicin se traslad a
Almirante en un avin de la
Fuerza Area del Caribe y regre-
sar esta noche.
Adems del Coronel Elton, je-
fe del Laboratorio de Salud P-
blica del Canal de Panam, la
expedicin Incluye al Dr. Wi-
lliam F. Ossenort del Servicio
de Salud Pblica de Estados
Unidos, el Jefe de Cuarentena,
Dr. Forest R. Brown, asi como
un miembro del Departamento
de Salud Pblica de Panam,
Dr. Cari Johnson, y un repre-
sentante del Laboratorio Gorgas.
Se espera que la expedicin
suministre un informe detallado
de las Investigaciones al Dr.
Sandoval a principios de la pr-
xima semana.
Con jeringuilla de
veneno atentaron
contra Bethancourt
LA HABANA, abril 38. (UP)
Urgent*. Un hombre sin
identificar acos al ex-Presl-
dente de Venezuela Rmulo Be-
tancourt en la calle y trat
de inyectarle una dosis de ve-
neno con una Jeringuilla hipo-
drmica en un aparente inten-
to de asesinarlo, de acuerdo con
Informes suministrados por a-
mlgos de Betancourt.
Hasta el momento no se ha
podido localizar a Betancourt
para que haga declaraciones,
pero amigos de l dijeron que
la rpida reaccin de Betan-
court lo salv de una dosis fa-
tal, sufriendo solo un pequeo
araazo.
El mdico en la estacin de
emergencia en donde fue lleva-
do Betancourt confirm que la
jeringuilla contenia un veneno
mortal. Betancourt convocar a
una conferencia de prensa an-
tes de fin de semana para de-
nunciar la conspiracin para
asesinarlo y presentar pruebas
de que se le trat de asesinar.
Los amigos de Betancourt di-
jeron que la polica cubana y
el informe mdico apoyarn los
cargos de ste. Aunque la po-
lica no ha comentado oficial-
mente el informe, se ha podi-
do saber extraoflcialmente que
la Investigacin corrobora lo
dicho por Betancourt.
Todava no se sabe s Betan-
court ha dado una descripcin
de la persona que trat de ase-
sinarlo, si eran varios, o cmo
su asaltante logr escapar.
El Sbado suspenden
servido de agua
en las afueras
La Seccin de Ingeniera Sa-
nitaria del Ministerio de Traba-
Jo, Previsin 8oclal y Salud P-
blica, avisa a los moradores del
sector comprendido desde la
Calle Tercera y Va Panam
Viejo hacia la playa, en San
Francisco, que el sbado 21 de
lo corrientes a las ocho de
la maana sern cerradas las
vlvulas en dicho sector de-
bido al ensanchamiento del a-
cueducto.
Se exhiben maana
unas pelculas de
la Defensa Civil
Maana a las ocho de la no-
che sern exhibidas en la plaza
ael Cuartel Central de Bombe-
ros, Plaza Amador Guerrtio,
las primeras pelculas documen-
tales sobre defensa de un a-
taque areo con bombas atmi-
cas, segn se Inform esa ma-
ana en la Oficina del Cc,n-
alonado de la Defensa Civil..
Dichas pelculas 'nan sido ce-
didas por autoridades de la de-
fensa civil de la Zona del Ca-
nal como colaboracin de la
campaa educacional que se De-
sarrollar en las poblacin'.:
terminales del Canal,
Ser efectivo a partir del
22 de este mes y es el 1ro.
que se concede desde 1948
Se calcula que el aumento de salarios en la Zona
significar B.l.500,000.00 al ao
Aumentos de sueldos de a
cinco centavos por hora a favor
de 14,000 empleados de salario
local del Canal de Panam y
del Ferrocarril, que representa
el primer aumento de sueldo
desde el mes de Julio de 1948,
ha sido aprobado por el Go-
bernador Newcomer a partir
del domingo 22 de abril, segn
portavoz de Balboa Heights.
Sern concedidos aumentos
correspondientes de sueldo a
empleados de salarlo local que
no estn incluidos en la esca-
la de sueldos clasificados, tales
como maestros, tripulantes y
contramaestres.
Se calcula que dicho aumen-
to de salarlos costar al Canal
y al Ferrocarril alrededor de
$1,500,000 al ao.
La accin del Canal en au-
mentar los sueldos de estos em-
pleados ha sido coordinada con
otras dependencias del Gobier-
no en la Zona del Canal que
emplean un gran nmero de
empleados a sueldo local. Se
dio aviso previo de esta accin
al Ejrcito, la Marina y la Fuer-
za Area.
Se tiene entendido que de-
pendencias locales tanto como
el Ejrcito, la Marina y Fuerza
Area han recomendado a
Washington se haga un aumen-
to semejante de sueldos. Sin
embargo, no se podrn efectuar
dichos aumentos locales en
sueldos con respecto a los gru-
pos en estas dependencias sin
antes haber recibido la aproba-
cin correspondiente.
La cuestin sobre los aumen-
tos de sueldo para empleados
a salario local ha estado bajo
estudio y la decisin final en
lo que se refiere a la cantidad
exacta de los aumentos fue be-
cha despus de que el Canal de
Panam hiciera ltimamente
un estudio del costo de vida.
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna S)
A Nuestros Lectores
En el da de hoy recibimos
un informe de la Junta Directi-
va electa el 9 de abril de 1931
y la Comisin de Depositantes
de la Ca. Fiduciaria de Pa-
nam.
Dicho plan es una reforma
y modificacin del plan origi-
nal propuesto por la Comisin
de Depositantes, la cual ha es-
tado laborando por reabrir el
Banco Fiduciario prximamen-
te.
Por ser de inters general, y
para beneficio de nuestros lec-
tores, publicamos en nuestra
ptina editorial de hoy el In-
forme completo de la Junta
Directiva del Banco Fiduciario.
Por primera vez queda
decidida en Venezuela
la votacin obligatoria
La Junta de Gobierno dict un decreto por el cual
se pone en vigor el estatuto electoral
CARACAS, abril 20. La Junta de Gobierno dict un
decreto poniendo en vigor el
estatuto electoral que fija un
limite de 15 meses y 10 das,
hasta el 2 de Julio de 1952, pa-
ra la eleccin y comienzo de
labores de la Asamblea Consti-
tuyente.
De acuerdo con el Estatuto
ia Asamblea podr actuar en
la forma que lo estime conve-
niente en cuanto a leyes para
elecciones de miembros del Po-
der Legislativo y Ejecutivo, y
en cuanto si redacta de nuevo
o no la Constitucin de la Re-
pblica.
Los venezolanos de ambos s-
xos, mayores de 21 aos de e-
dad, podrn votar, excepto a-
quellos que pertenezcan a las
fuerzas armadas. Los miembros
de la Guardia Nacional se con-
sidera que pertenecen a ?-=
fuerzas armadas.
Hata que la Asamblea Cons-
tituyente tome las medidas *j-
bre ello, la Junta de Gobierno
continuar gobernando en Ve-
nezuela.
El estatuto, que contiene 143
artculos, fu aprobado en reu-
nin de Oablnete celebrada a-
yer en la tarde, la que comen-
(Pasa a la Pg. 4. Col. 6)
"Venezuela recobra
el camino de la
legalidad," Angarita
NUEVA YORK, Abril 20
El Ex-Presldente de Vene-
zuela, Isaas Medina Angarita
expres satisfaccin con la pio-
mulgacin del Estatuto Electo-
ral por la Junta Militar de Go-
bierno en Caracas y anunci
que se dispone a participar en
el proceso electoral que se ini-
ciar.
Dijo Angarita: "La promulga-
cin del Estatuto complace, por
cuanto ello significa que Vene-
zuela recobra el camino de la
legalidad y que las Fuerzas Al-
iadas Nacionales auspician la
eficacia de los mtodos cvicos
para la definida y cabal or-
ganizacin de los poderes p-
blicos. Espero que el proetso
electoral se efectuar en fer-
ma libre e lmparclal para qus
resulte en la expansin legiti-
ma de los venezolanos, ya que
tengo el honor de contarme en-
tre ellos y como tal participa'
en el proceso que se inicia y
ejercer los derechos que la
Constitucin me garantiza'.
Comienzan a circular rumores
de que se prepara en Madrid
huelga general de obreros
MANRESA, Catalua, Abril 20
(UP) se calcula que cinco
mil obreros se encuentran pa-
ralizados a consecuencia Uel
problema obrero que surgi el
14 de Abril y que todava r.o
ha sido resuelto.
Al mismo tiempo en Maurld
han comenzado a circular 11-
mores no confirmados de que se
prepara una huelga general en
esta capital para este fin de
semana para protestar contra
el alto costo de la vida.
Los rumores varan sobre la
fecha exacta de la huelga ge-
neral. Unos dicen que comen-
tara el Sbado, mientras otros
afirman que empezar el Lunes.
El problema de Manresa co-
menz cuando 1300 obreros de
la fbrica de tejidos "Bertrn.1
y Serra" Iniciaron una huelen
de brazos caldos en protcota
oel alto costo de la vida y p.-
cleron un aumento de salank
de 00 pesetas a las semana, o
sea un equivalente de dlar y
BM0
Las autoridades ordenaron a-
jer que se suspendieran las la-
bores en otras 27 fbricas de
tejidos en vista de las crecien-
tes seales de que los obre.ns
de las mismas se proponan u-
nlrse a los de Bertrand y Scir.
Hasta ahora no han habido
disturbios ni Incidentes y u*
autoridades han manifestado
que esperan que pronto pucie
llegarse a una solucin satis-
factoria- Se haba rumorado que
la huelga se extendi a la zo-
na de Tarrasa, pero correspon-
sales que visitaron la poblacin
comprobaron que las labores a-
lli continan normalmente.
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EL MOTIVO DE LOS HOMENAJES A
A MACARTHUR
En todo el mundo se est pendiente en la ac-
tualidad de los honores rendidos por el pueblo de
los Estados Unidos de Amrica al General Douglas
MacArthur. Y es natural que ello sea as porque
los homenajes tributados al hroe alcanzan propor-
ciones extraordinarias y, sin lugar a dudas, mar-
carn una etapa sobresaliente en la historia de las
grandes manifestaciones populares de los Estados
Unidos.
En torno a estos sucesos se podran escribir
muchos y muy largos comentarios. Sin embargo
quizs sea posible en breves lneas anotar el moti-
vo fundamental de estas ovaciones. Es muy posible
que en algunos sectores de la Amrica Latina no
se les comprenda a cabalidad y ello d lugar a err-
neas interpretaciones.
En primer trmino es conveniente poner de
manifiesto que nadie ha intentado en aquel pas
negar la autoridad del Poder Civil sobre el Poder
Militar, ni mucho menos se ha querido desvirtuar
el derecho Constitucional que asisti al Presidente
Truman para remover al General MacArthur de
sus Comandos en el Lejano Oriente. Si por el con-
trario, el militar miiicionado hubiese tenido la mas
leve resistencia para cumplir la orden emanada del
Presidente de la Repblica no hubiera encontrado
a su regreso a la Patria la ovacin apotesica que
le est tributando el pueblo americano. Y esto es
muy explicable en una Nacin que. como la de los
Estados Unidos, ha logrado una slida mentalidad
poltica consciente de sus responsabilidades y de sus
derechos.
En esta ocasin se est saludando con fren-
tico entusiasmo a uno de los ms ilustres ciudada-
nos de los Estados Unidos de Amrica, gran auto-
ridad militar de prestigio mundial y una brillante
inteligencia cultivada tambin en los conocimientos
de la ciencia del Estado. Y por encima de todo
esto se agitan las banderas de las barras y de las
estrellas para describir en el aire el mensaje de ad-
miracin de todo un pueblo al gran soldado y es-
clarecido conductor de ejrcitos que por el camino
del herosmo conquist la victoria en los campos de
batalla.
Por otra, parte, es innegable que en derredor
de la personalidad de MacArthur existe una gran
expectacin poltica, la cual se explica por las cir-
cunstancias crticas del momento internacional. Se
considera que su opinin sobre los problemas rela-
cionados con la poltica exterior de su paa y fren-
te al grave peligro de una guerra imperialista pro-
vocada por Rusia tiene el mrito de una recono-
cida autoridad que est vinculada muy de cerca a
las cuestiones de esta clase. Naturalmente que na-
die puede asegurar que el lustre General no est
sujeto, como todo humano, a cualquier err or.
Pero eso no quiere decir que no sea indispensable
para los Estados Unidos y para todas las Nacio-
nes democrticas saber qu piensa el distinguido
estadista y glorioso estratega.
El debate en que se halla actualmente la opi-
nin pblica de los Estados Unidos es muy propio
de un pas serio y libre, consciente de su destino
histrico. Para el pueblo americano sta ha sido,
sin lugar a dudas, una de sus ms calificadas prue-
bas de cultura poltica observada desde todos los
bandos en los cuales se aglutinan la voluntad y el
pensamiento de la masa ciudadana de la Repbli-
ca. __________________
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ABRO UN PARNTESIS...
Cuando esta croniquilla lle-
gue a mis lectores estar yo en
Ciudad de Mxico, amable ur-
be, con sus dos millones lar-
gos de habitantes, con su pul-
so hispano en el alma, con la
gracia de sus avenidas, con el
encanto y el atractivo de su
calle Madero, de su Zcalo, de
su "caballito", de sus barrios de
residencia. Confieso que me en-
canta Ciudad de Mxico, con
esencias propias a las que se
combinan otras netamente es-
paolas. En Mxico y en La
Habana encuentra uno el ma-
yor parecido con la calle de
Alcal y la Puerta del Sol ma-
drileas.
Adoro esa ciudad alegre, be-
lla, que es Mxico.
Me lleva hasta Mxico prin-
cipalmente el estado de mi sa-!
lud, el ansia de descanso y las!
preocupaciones culturales.
Aunque yo estoy del lado de
all. .Cuando se supera la ma-
durez, cuando se dobla el ca-
bo que la edad impone, es intil
hacerse Ilusiones, fingir activi-
dad, fortaleza: disfrutamos
si disfrutar es... de la vida
por favor. Ya hemos cumplido'
nuestra tarea. Bisn o mal, con
muchos defectos o con pocos de,
ellos, nunca con esa perfeccin
que algunos fingen, hemos re-
corrido nuestra senda. Los sue-
os se han Ido. Los que vienen
detrs nos piden paso. Ni nos
lo piden. Nos echan a un lado
un poquito crueles, sin conmi-
seracin.
Ha dicho alguien que las eda-
des se creen con derechos y,
nicamente con derechos. El Jo- i
ven, por serlo, "supone que [
puede ser arbitrarlo, lrrespetuo-
so", incluso Injusto. El hombre
maduro piensa que el goce del!
xito su xito, el que l se!
imagina... le corresponde!
por ley natural. Al viejo se
le antoja que han de rendirle
homenaje todos, porque osten-
ta barbas plateadas, porque es-
t calvo, por su tan encan-:
tada experiencia. Y es verdad
que los derechos son autnti- j
eos. Pero a su lado hay que
colocar los deberes de cada
edad. Cada edad tiene su de-1
ber, como cada sexo, como la
tiene el ser padre o el ser hijo, i
como es innegable el que lleva
consigo la nacionalidad. JBn ca- j
da Instante de nuestra vida es- I
tamos obligados a conducirnos |
de un modo diferente. Y con ri-
gor ms grande hemos de so-
meternos a los deberes que ha
inventado la civilizacin huma-
na: los que ataen a nuestra
posicin social, a nuestra pro-
fesin, a las leyes y reglamen-
tos que no podemos soslayar.
Para el gnero humano la
edad no tiene trascendencia.
Pero tiene preocupacin: en el
fondo cada uno existe con el
acicate de su edad. Hay dos
Instintos en el hombre sustan-
ciales, ligados a la edad: el
sexual, que tiene su lapso en
cada existencia, es caracters-
tico de una edad determina-
da, puesto que antes no se pre-
senta sino de un modo em-
brionario y despus de.aparece
casi por completo y el del te-
mor a la muerte, que se agu-
diza conforme la edad progre-
sa, a medida que los das trans-
curren.
Jugamos con la edad: que-
remos que corran de prisa los
minutos cuando somos nios
porque soamos con ser hom-
bres, seres aptos para amar y
ser amados. Y cuando lo somos,
el fantasma del amor se des-
vanece y surge el otro: el de
i la muerte. Y entonces quisi-
ramos que los minutos fueran
lentos, que no nos acercra-
mos tan rpidamente al final
inevitable.
Por eso al comprender que
vamos agotndonos, nos entris-
' tecemos, buscamos al mdico
salvador, la droga mgica. Cla-
ro que no encontramos ni al
uno ni 1 otra. Un rgano falla.
i Nuestra mente flaquea. 81 nues-
I tro cerebro permanece firme,
quiz sea ms melanclica la
I lucha. Porque Juzgamos mas
certeramente nuestras otras de-
bilidades.
1 Le duele a uno un poco la
actitud iconoclstica del hom-
! Arthur, un poco ronco por su
.-, -ar-i* i 1 T* C A i discurso en Washington conten-
Lia. r duciaria de ranania, 5*. A'i
La Junta Directiva electa el 9 de abril de 1951
y la Comisin de Depositantes
de la Ca. Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
a los interesados hace saber:
Que en atencin al respaldo y cooperacin que hasta la fe-
cha le han prestado todos los depositantes, y al estudio minucio-
so que han hecho del informe de los Auditores Price-Waterhouse
A Co.; han llegado a la conclusin de que la situacin del Banco
es mejor de lo que se estim originalmente; y que. por lo tanto,
no es necesario solicitar a los depositantes que inviertan el lOO'/o
de sus depsitos en acciones preferidas como se habla conside-
rado indispensable en el plan del Ex-Director General y actual
Presidente Don Justo Fabio Arosemena.
Que siendo la intencin bsica y primordial de la Junta Di-
lediva y de la Comisin de los Depositantes devolver a los depo-
sitantes de la Compaa io ms pronto posible, la libertad de mo-
bilizar a su arbitrio las sumas depositadas, han aprobado el si-
Luiente plan que al ponerse en prctica har posible la reanu-
dacin de las operaciones del Banco con la mxima garanta a ruta que tomara el General pa-
los intereses de los deportantes. ra cerciorarse que no hab u
El plan es el siguiente: .voto, e igual a las que reciban ningn intento de asesinato w
l_Loa depositantes- cuy as los compradores de acciones parle de los miles de comunt?-
cuentas no asciendan a ms!preferidas. tas que abundan en la ciuctud
de B. 10.00 quedarn en liber- Estos pagars sern pagade- Primero, el General Mai -
tad para girar hasta por el ros en esta ciudad de Panam, Arthur ser conducido en '<&
valor de las mismas, desde el!Junto con Intereses similares a:automvil descubierto hasta 1
dia en que el Banco reabra sus ] loS que se paguen a los tee- | pqrque Central, en donde uii
puertas. ; dores de acciones preferidas de e cien mil alumnos le harn
2_Para el resto de los de-! la Compaa, que aqu se men- calle de honor. Luego pasara
posltantes, se anunciar la fe- clonan, en los mismos plazos y j por Broadway en medio de ios
cha prxima en que pueden j condiciones en que sean redi- lamosos letreros luminosos cu-
girar tambin contra sus dep-1 midas dichas acciones,
sitos hasta por la suma bsica j Queda entendido que en el
de B. 100.00. |Caso de quiebra o liquidacin
ra decirle cuan acogedora es
sta bienvenida. Cuando llega-
mos a Nueva York bamos que
habamos llegado a nueaua
casa".
Casi todos los negocios ce
Nueva York cerrarn sus puer-
tas a las 11 de la maana de
hoy. A esa hora MacArthur *al-
ra de su hotel para recorrer
"7 millas en Manhattan. La
mayora de los establecimientos
complales le han dado a aus
empleados dos horas libres pa-
ra que puedan ver al hroe de
Bataan. Cuarenta mil obris
de los muelles tendrn meci
Ca libre. Las escuelas pblicas
> privadas le han permitido a
ios alumnos participar en la ce-
lebracin.
Ms de 7,000 policas formu-
lan un cordn a lo largo de lf.
El Gobernador Newcomer ha
expresado su felicitacin a
las fuerzas armadas de E.U.
El resto o saldo de sus de-
psitos se dividir asi:
a) Cincuenta por ciento de su
valor ser invertido en acciones
lando hacia el este a lo laico
dt la calle 34 hacia la Aveni-
da Franklin D. Roosevelt, co-
ciendo hacia el extremo sur e
Manhattan.
En el extremo sur fi Manha:
ttan la caravana de carros ser
aumentada con diez mil vete-
ianos uniformados, y sus ban-
das militares quienes desfilaran
por Broadway arriba pasando
por el sector de los rascacieio
onde caer una lluvia de con-
fetti y serpentinas.
Media hora despus el Gene-
Judicial o voluntaria de la Com-
paa, el tenedor, beneficiarlo,
o los sesionarlos del menciona-
do pagar no tendrn derecho
preferidas de B. 10.00 cada una a otro privilegio o preferencia
que devengarn un dividendo en el pago de la suma que
de B. 0.05 por ao, acumula- j l representa, que aquellos prl-
ble y con preferencia sobre las vlleglos o preferencias que en
acciones comunes en caso de 11-1 dichas circunstancias se otor-
quidacin o quiebra. Por cada guen a los tenedores de acclo-
accin preferida que adquieran nes preferidas de la Ca. Fldu-
los depositantes, recibirn una! ciarla de-Panam, S. A.
accin comn con derecho a! Tanto la Junta Directiva co-' ral y sus acompaantes se ba-
voto y sin valor nominal; las mo ia Comisin de Depositan- I jarn en el edificio del Ayun'-a-
acclones comunes que en esta tea de la Ca. Fiduciaria de Pa-i -uiento en donde se celebraran
forma se otorguen quedarn de nam, S. A., consideran que el ceremonias especiales ante mir
propiedad del comprador de la pian anteriormente esbozado
accin preferida aun despus constituye la frmula ms con-
que haya sido redimida. veniente a los Intereses de los
b) El otro 50 por ciento ser depositantes y al pblico en ge-
colocado en depsitos a plazo .neral, para solucionar la difi-
fljo que se cancelar segn las Cil situacin creada a la eco-
condiciones que a continuacin j noma nacional por la suspen-
se expresan: Isln de operaciones de esta lns-
De lo que se cobre mensual- tltucln bancarla. De llevarse a
mente de las obligaciones pen- ia prctica, ser posible en un
dientes al 8 de marzo de 1951.: plazo relativamente corto d-
se dedicar el mximo porcen- volver a los depositantes la to-
taje posible para abonar pro-talidad de los depsitos, me-
porcionalmente a todos los de- dlante una poltica de cobro
psitos a plazo fijo existentes, j hbil que permita al Banco re-
Tan pronto como se cancelen cuperar todas sus acreencias sin
los depsitos fijos aludidos en provocar desajustes perjudicla-
el prrafo anterior, el porcen- ies a la economa de la Na-
taje mximo de los cobros men- Cln
suales antes indicados se dedi- Desean Umbln aclarar
El Gobernador del Canal de
Panam, Francis K. Newcomer,
ha expresado sus felicitaciones
a las fuerzas armadas de' los
EE. UU., a las organizaciones
de veteranos y a otros grupos
cvicos en la Zona del Canal
sobre la observancia de la Se-
mana de Defensa Nacional y
el Da de las Fuerzas Armadas
el 19 de mayo, lo cul ser la
culminacin del programa que
honrar las fuerzas militares de
los EE. UU-
El Gobernador exhort a to-
dos los residentes de la Zona
para que participen en las ce-
remonias proyectadas este ao
como un plan unificado para
honrar los hombres y las mu-
jeres que sirven bajo la ban-
dera de los JBE. UU.
El tema de la observancia es-
te ao ser un tributo a. las
tuerzas armadas como una par-
tt integra de todo el poder ma-
terial y espiritual d los EE.
UU. que ya estn movilizando
y una renovacin de f en la
herencia sagrada de lo EE. UU.
os Ideales de la paz y la liber-
tad, a la preservacin de las
cuales el poder de los EE. UU-,
es delicado.
Esta ser la segunda obser-
vancia anual del Da de lis
Fuerzas Armadas, establecido el
ao pasado en vez de las ob-
servancias separadas manteni-
das en antes para cada una d*
las fuerzas militares.
La Semana de Defensa Na'
cional fu instituido hace 24
aos por la Asociacin de Ofi-
ciales de la Reserva de loa EE-
UU, como una observancia a-
nual para dar nfasis al pa-
pel vital llevado a cabo por las
fuerzas armadas en mantener
la vida y seguridad de los EE.
UU.
Este ao la Legin America-
na, los Veteranos de Querrs
Extranjeras y otros de la comu-
nidad de la Zona, en Junto con
la Asociacin de Oficiales de
la Reserva, estn asociados con
representantes del Ejrcito, el
Marino, la Fuerza Area y ds
la Infantera de Marina en la
Zona, estn naciendo planes
para la observancia local de la
Semana de Defensa Nacional y
para el Da de las Fuerzas Ar-
madas.
Expresando sus esperanzas
para una observancia dichosa
de estas ocasiones en la Zona,
el Gobernador manifest mi
placer en Juntndose con ciu-
dadanos de los EE. UU- por to-
das partes en pagando tributo
durante la Semana de Defensa
Nacional y el.Da de las Fuer-as
Armadas a loa hombres y las
mujeres de las fuerzas milita-
res de los EB. UU.
ce 25,000 espectadores. El Alcal-
oe impelliterl le entregar al
General MacArthur una meda-
lla de oro y el General contes-
tar con un breve discurso. In-
mediatamente despus, el Ge-
neral desfilar por la 5a. Ave-
nida naca el Waldorf Astoria
tu donde asistir a un almuct-z'.
en su honor.
NUEVA YORK, Abril 20 (UP I
--Constantin Zinchenko, de Ku-
sia, Secretarlo Interino de laB-
Naciones Unidas no ha sido in-
vitado al almuerzo que el Mu-
nicipio de Nueva York le ofre-
ce hoy al General MacArthur.
Al preguntrsele al organise-
VSTvSal^^V- de ^PO*1""1", ue aquellas invitado' Tpo, ste content:
ffn Kfnn^ada una Personas que ya hayan acepta- "Porque. no.,r
^..^SJiKL"*? ""*.' do cambiar la totalidad de sus H ~---------------------
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que pag por ellas el depo-
sitante.
depsitos por acciones preferi-
das, podrn acogerse a este
, nuevo plan si as lo desean.
3Las personas naturales o i.,,,- r.h i,,.... i
Guillermo E. Quijano, Henri-
cunstancia no pueden trans-
formar sus depsitos en accio-
nes preferidas segn el punto
anterior, podrn acogerse a lo
siguiente:
a) 50 por ciento a plazo fi-
jo no mayor de dos aos y pa-
gadero en las mismas condi-
ciones como se les pagar a los
depositantes que adquieran ac-
ciones preferidas segn el a-
parte b del punto 2 de este
plan.
bi Por el otro 50 por ciento
se les expedir pagars de las
denominaciones que deseen. Por
cada B. 10.00 en pagars que
acepte un depositante se le o-
torgar una accin comn sin
valor nominal, con derecho a
bre de pocos aos pero no que-
remos comprender que el res-
peto al pasado slo se adquiere
cuando uno empieza a ser pa-
sado tambin. Hasta que el
hombre no tiene la sensacin
de que al venerar el pasado se
venera a si mismo ha escri-
to un notable pensador a-
tropella. sin darse cuenta, sin
conciencia de que obra bien
porque en realidad obra bien,
los fantasmas de la tradicin.
Cada generacin aprender es-
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VIERNES. ABRIL 26. 1951
El. PANAMA AMFRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TR&'
u
La
guerra puede
cualquier momento
Nadie puede saber
cundo bajarn
las cartas, dice
comenzar en
99
Ridgway
SENDAI, Japn, abril 20.
General Matthew B. Rldway
Estados Unidos se encuentra
en peligro Inminente de guerra,
la cual puede comenzar en
cualquier momento". Dijo el
General Rldway: "Ustedes no
saben y yo no s* cundo se
bajarn las cartas", cuando se
diriga a las tropas de la 40a.
Divisin Norteamericana en una
visita de Inspeccin.
El General Rldway, quien re-
no Identific al' "enemigo".
Durante la visita de inspec-
cin Ridway fue acompaado
por el Becretarlo Asistente del
Ejrcito, Earl Johnson. John-
son dijo que el cambio en Co-
mando Supremo no implicaba
cambio alguno en la poltica
bsica de Estados Unidos.
Dijo Johnson: "No hay cam-
bio alguno en nuestra poltica
hacia el comunismo, o en nues-
tra determinacin de detener
a Rusln en todas sus tcticas
agresivas".
emplaza a MacArthur como Co
mandante Supremo en el l*r
jano Oriente dijo que la gue-
rra puede venir cuando "el
enemigo" quiera Iniciarla, pero
Consideramos un gran placer
a visitar a la
nvitar a Ud.
Seorita Ddroara Ljrant ,
experta consultora de belleza de la
CASA YARDLEY DE LONDRES
quien tendr mucho gusto en explicarle completamente
gratis, el mtodo de belleza sencillo y prctico de
Yardley, en el saln de aire acondicionado de nuestro
almacn principal hoy viernes y maana sbado, 21
de abril.
9:30 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. a 5:30 p.m.
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Almacn Principal Avenida Central No. 21
"No slo nos unen los lazos
del pasado ni los nexos de
un comn origen histrico"
As se expres el Embajador del Ecuador en el acto
de presentacin de credenciales
manos de ac, a raz del 5 de, no se encuentra dentro de su
agosto de 1949. propias fronteras, que ya n
Pero no solo nos unen los es suyo el terreno que pisa, qu
lazos del pasado, no solo los ya no le cobija vi mismo tr.
nexos de un comn origen tnl- color, y prefiera escuchar
co e histrico; tambin tee-! murmullo de su corazn qu
mas para el porvenir anlogas j contina, ajeno a leyes y Un
aspiraciones, parecidos intere- deros, abrigado por el confor-
ses culturales, econmicos e ins- tant calor de un fraterna
titucionales. No solo en la des- amor.
gracia estamos unidos, pana-1 ._...>,,, *v
menos y ecuatorianos, sino tam- Con estos tecedntff **"
bien en el peligro. Unos y otros I celentisirno seor, y slempif
rechazamos la violencia y la, que me prestis vuestra bene-
agresln, sean stas intereontl- vola ayuda, tengo una base
nenales; unos y otros mante- solida para confiar en el xito
nemos en alto los ideales de li-
bertad y de paz; i"10* y otros
propugnamos la pacfica solu-
cin de los conflictos entre Na-
ciones Americanas, la defensa
de la misin de creciente acer-
camiento que me trae a vues-
tras playas. Portador del hon-
roso encargo de presentaros el
cordial saludo del Er-cmo. seor
Publicamos a continuacin el
conceptuoso discurso pronun-
ciado por el Embajador del
Ecuador, don Sixto Duran Ba-
ilen en el acto de presentacin
de credenciales:
Excelentsimo seor:
Este solemne momento en que
me corresponde dar cumpli-
miento a la honrosa misin de
poner en vuestras manos las
Cartas que os dirige el Excmo.
seor Presidente del Ecuador
comunicndoos el retiro de mi
antecesor don Csar Cqloma
Silva y mi designacin como
Embajador E xt r aordinarlo y
Plenipotenciario del Ecuador
ante el Gobierno de Vuestra
Excelencia, no es para mi ni-
camente una normal ceremonia
de amistad y cortesa en las
relaciones de dos pueblos her-
manos, sino, adems, una ex-
periencia de intensa emocin,
como ecuatoriano que llega a
tierra panamea, conmovido
por un conjunto de fuertes sen-
saciones, desde la evocacin de
episodios, comunes o paralelos,
de nuestra gloriosa historia
hasta la ms viva y conven-
cida fe en el brillante porve-
nir de nuestras patrias.
En tales circunstancias, me
es Imposible dejar de recor-
dar que las reglones que hoy
constituyen las Repblicas de
Panam y del Ecuador se In-
corooraron a la civilizacin oc-
Rad,o PHILIPS
#EL MEJOR DEL MUNDO"
LEGITIMO HOLANDS UN AO DE GARANTA
VALO! IGALO! y COMPRELO!
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Panamsica
cldental y a la.fe cristiana a
consecuencia de la fuerza im-
pulsora que anim a descubri-
dores y misioneros de anlogo
origen y los condujo con in-
quebrantable valor, perseveran-
cia y firmeza a increbles sacri-
ficios e inverosmiles hazaas.
Imposible no recordar que fue
Bolvar quien nos leg la unin
espiritual de este ngulo nor-
oeste de la Amrica Meridional,
desde el Slxaola hasta el Gua-
yas y de all al Orinoco; y que
el Libertador escogi territorio
que hoy pertenece al Ecuador
y Panam, respectivamente, pa-
ra dos de los actos ms signi-
ficativos de su multlfsica y
fructfera carrera: la nica en-
trevista de su vida con aquel
otro gigante de la gesta liber-
taria. San Martn, realizada en
Guayaquil en 1,822: y, aquella
trascendental reunin de con-
sulta entre estadistas que per-
dura hasta nuestros das como
modelo para la discusin y re-
solucin de asuntos de Inters
continental, efectuada en Pa-
nam en 1,826.
Imposible no recordar que
nuestras patrias fueron una y
que siempre sern naciones bo-
llvarlanas, naciones grancolom-
blanas.
Imposible no recordar, en
pocas muy recientes, los no-
bles sentimientos del pueblo
, panameo ante la hecatombe
que desencadenaron las fuer-
zas destructoras de la natura-
leza sobre los pintorescos, pa-
cficos e Industriosos caseros y
ciudades de la interandina alti-
planicie, destruyendo vidas, ho-
gares y esperanzas y reducin-
dolo todo a polvo y cenizas.
Frescos estn en la memoria de
todo ecuatoriano la hidalgua y
hermanos, geogrficamente re-
el amor de Panam por esos
motos pero no olvidados, des-
conocidos pero no Ignorados,
que moraban a ls pies de aque-
llos hermosos colosos de blanca
cresta: Tungurahua, Chimbora-
zo,_ Cotopaxl. 8i. Excelentsimo
seor, mis compatriotas y yo
recordamos agradecidos el au-
xilio espontneo, generoso y
humanitario de nuestros her-
de'las instituciones democrat!- I Presidente del Ecuador, don
cas y la solidaridad del he- Galo Plaza Luso, tengo a hon-
misferlo ra agregar mis ms sinceros y
Dada esta estrecha compene- clidos votos por la ventura
tracin, no es raro que al lie- ; personal de Vuestra Excelencia,
gar a Panam, un ecuatoriano Pr la amistad siempre en au-
rechace las pruebas materia-
les y la ficcin Jurdica que pre-
tenden convencerlo de que ya
ment de nuestras naciones y
por la felicidad del pueblo pa-
nameo.
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lechaza Acheson
i propuesta del
ral. MacArthur
WASHINGTON. Abril 20 -V
P>. El Secretarlo de Estado,
Dean Acheson. rechaz de plano
la propuesta del General Dou-
glas MacArthur de extender la
guerra de Corea porque sto
"pondra en grave peligro la paz
mundial".
En un discurso ante el Club
Femenino Nacional de Prensa
sus primeras declaraciones p-
blicas desde Noviembre de 1950
Acheson dijo oue sera un
"error fatal" disasociar la pol-
tica de este pas en Asia, de sus
responsabilidades en Europa,
Sorque el Comunismo es un pro-
lema global.
Dado que el discurso precede
al que pronunciar hoy MacAr-
thur ante el Congreso a las
12.30 p.m., Acheson de hecho
hizo constar por anticipado la
oposicin del Ejecutivo a las
ideas del General sobre "Asia
primero".
Acheson dijo que debe aclarar-
ses ante el mundo que "el Krem-
lin y sus agentes en Pekn" se-
rn responsables si la lucha se
extiende en Asia o estalla en una
tercera guerra mundial, y agre-
g que "el pueblo norte-america-
no nunca escoger ese camino.
Nunca caer en la trampa de pa-
recer que lo escoge".
El Secretarlo rechaz lo que.
calific de "dos opiniones ext-e-
mas" de un grupo que piensa que
1 "prra es inevitable y del o-
tro formado por los "desalenta-
dos" que cree que la nica po-
tencia se encuentra en Estado
Unidos.
Dijo que esa mayora cree qu
"la agresin es un mal al qu
hay que enfrentarse. Que la ren-
dicin a la amenaza de la fuerz i
es apaciguamiento y que las ne-
goclacioen8 y soluciones pacifi-
cu no constituyen apacigua-
miento".
"El mundo comunista estar i
escuchando vidamente las pa-
labras de MacArthur porque Comlnform hace un lncesantj,
esfuerzo por confundir, dividir:
y debilitar a los pueblos en nuc"
tro pas y en otros y por sepa-
rarnos de nuestros aliados par i
as debilitar nuestra potencii
colectiva".
Acheson mencion por nombr >
a MacArthur al referirse a la
negociaciones del Tratado de Pe'
con el Japn, y dijo que los pla-i
nes norte-americanos de restau-j
rar la igualdad del Japn en 1 v
comunidad mundial y protegp!
ese pas que fu enemigo, "re-
flejan las opiniones del General;
MacArthur y han tenido su com-
pleto apoyo .
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L PANAMA AHCBICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEHT
Viernes, abril ji, 1111
Comit ejecutivo de la feria
de Coln condena calumniosa
especie que est circulando
El Comit Ejecutivo de la Fe-
ria, de Coln ha enviado la
siguiente aclaracin:
Colon, abril 19 de 1951.
Aclaracin al pueblo:
Malvolos espritus de con-
ciudadanos sin conciencia cvi-
ca se han dado a ia tarea de
achacarnos a los miembros del
Comit Cvico Coln Pro.n '
y del Comit Ejecutivo de la
Feria, "rebuscas' en nuestras
actividades en bien de la feria
y por lo tanto del comercio y
de la economa de la Provincia
en particular. Tanto el Comit
Ejecutivo de la Feria como los
ciemos del Comit Cvico Co-
ln Prospera, ha hecho un lla-
mado pblico para que nos a-
yuden a resolver todos los pro-
blemas que el xito de la feria
de mayo demanda. Quisiramos
que esos elementos se aperso-
nen al campo de la feria a ob-
servar nuestras arduas labores
y contemplaran lo que all es-
tamos haciendo en verdad. Nu-
merosos compatriotas aln dis-
criminacin alguna, han con-
tratado pabellones de la feria
y el corte de material rstico
de nuestros bosques debida-
mente pagado. Estamos cum-
pliendo con todos nuestros com-
promisos y con regularidad pa
gamos lo pedido y lo contrata-
do. Unos y otros podrn con-
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Con xito sin precendentes se
inicia jira mdica en Herrera
firmarlo. .
La critica sana la anhela-
mos pero rechazamos de pla-
no las acusaciones que Incapa-
ces e inciviles nos hacen, pre-
tendiendo que con ello van
a minorar los escuerzos en que
estamos empeados para el bien
de la Feria de Mayo.
ojal estos seores se aden-
tren en nuestras actividades;
asistan a nuestras reuniones
pblicas tanto del comit eje-
cutivo de la feria en las ofi-
cinas del seor Antonio Taga-
rpulos y del Comit Cvico
Coln Prospera en las oficinas
del seor Gobernador todos los
mircoles y del saln del Con-
sejo Municipal, en donde he-
mos instalado el Secretariado.
Nuestros archivos estn a la
disposicin del pblico, as co-
mo nuestro Tesoero, enseara
lo recibido y pagado en loa tra-
bajos ejecutados y por ejecutar
en la feria.
R. Guardia Fernandos,
Comit Ejecutivo de la Feria
Movimiento habido
en la Biblioteca
El Consejo Municipal de Los
Pozos declar ayer al Doctor
Samaniego hijo predilecto
LOS POZOS, Abril 20 (Corres-
ponsal") La Jira mdico asis-
tenctal que dirige el eminente
mdico Dr. Francisco Samanie-
go bajo los auspicios de la Fe-
aeracin Santea y Herrerana
st inici en la Pitaloza, del dis-
trito de los Pozos.
Un xito sin precedentes cons
tltuy eBte acto, ya que cen'. -
nares de campesinos concurren
a recibir tratamientos, mien-
tras la comisin que acompasa
al Dr. Samaniego trabaja ac-
tivamente Junto a l para sal-
var cualesquiera dificultad que
se presente.
Ayer llegaron a Los Pozos rl
Ingeniero Roberto Reyna, pro-
cedente de Pltazola y el seor
fclzequiel Ros, Tesorero de la
federacin que traa ae Chure
medicinas.
El Consejo Municipal de o.,ta
localidad en acto solemne en
el que particip el pueblo ente-
ro declar al Dr. Samaniego
"Hijo Predilecto" del Distrito.
Se espera la llegada del Dr. sa-
maniego aqu en medio del mis
oelirante entusiasmo'
HORIZONTALES:
1Relativo a ios dorios.
7Nombre de mujer.
13Extremo superior o punto
de una cosa, Pl.
14Venerar:
15Caso de pronombre.
UMetal precioso.
17Cabeza de ganado.
18Onomatopeya de la risa
19Del verbo arar.
21Preposicin.
22Alimento fundamental.
23Apcope de santo.
24Oxido de calcio.
25En su totalidad.
268e atrevieran.
29Ocasiones, sucesos.
30Fiestas de los aborgenes
de Cuba.
32Olor agradable.
35Que no han nacido.
39Tela transparente.
40Articulo, Pl.,
41Existia.
42Instituto General Agrario,
Inlc.
43Posesivo. Pl.
44Del verbo mirar.
468ociedad Annima, Inic.
47Hijo de No.
4f*,-Deldad escandinava.
49 Igual al 18 horizontal.
50Diminutivo de alto.
52Hacer acusaciones.
54Base,. sustentacin.
55Que tiene los cabellos
blancos.
VERTICALES:
9Nmero.
10Letra griega, Inv.
11Hendido.
12Bromas o trampas.
20Nombre de mujer.
21Relativo a los perros. Pl.
22Preposicin.
24Desciende violentamente.
25Del verbo tasar.
27Ramillete.
28 Enfado, clera.
29Preposicin.
81Afeccin de la garganta.
32Informas, notificas.
33Presente, donativo.
34En el mar.
36Ro de Espaa.
37Pabellones de los odos.
38Del verbo sanar.
40Fruta agria.
43Infusin suramerlcana.
44Ciudad de la Repblica
Dominicana.
45 Ciudad de Espaa.
47Compaa Industrial
Tabacalera, Inic.
48Onomatopeya de un ruido.
51Tribunal Superior, Inlc.
53Preposicin.
soiLlION 01 AYER
Kl'MHM nuumuHM
HMMH.HW UHUU
rnne nnra gmi
inn raannapi am
Como se Recoge la Basura en
en lfl DIDIIUietd i... i i o 'LI* ~
en el mes de marzo e/ ,nfe"r de la ^pu6/co
Durante el mes de marzo del
ao en curso en la Biblioteca
Nacional se presentaron y con-
sultaron 663 libros. Correspon-
diendo a prstamos 271 y a
consultas 392. revistas, publica-
ciones peridicas fue el tema
que ms se ley siguiendo en
su orden: novelas, obras gene-
rales, ciencias sociales y filoso-
fa.
Por adultos fueron consulta-
dos 238 libros y por nios 38.
Este descenso se explica por
ser poca de vacaciones en que
tanto gran parte de los escola-
res como de los adultos estn
fuera de la ciudad.
El siguiente fue el total de
las obras consultadas y presta-
das en la Biblioteca Nacional
durante el mes de marzo.
Obras generales ,78 78
Fllosofia 46 46
Religin 11 11
Ciencias sociales 49 49
Filologa 5-5
Ciencias puras 8 &
Ciencias aplicadas 3 5 8
Bellas artes 4-4
Literatura 32 5 37
Historia 2 2 4
Viajes 5 1 6
Novelas 95 36 131
Biografas ...
Revistas, publica-
ciones peridicas 238 38 276
Totales: 576 87 663
Libros consultados: 392
Libros prestados: 271
Panam, abril 16 de 1951.
Galileo Patino,
Director.
1Nombre de varn.
2Del verbo operar.
3Rhode Island, Abv.
4Humor acuoso de la sangre. ,
5Substancia que segregan las ,
abejas.
6 Plantgrado.
7Lampara porttil.
8Paraso. i
una ebb aaa
i
COMBATA SU GRIPE
TOMANDO
MURRHOUL de CHAPOTEAUT
SIMPLE Y CREOSOTADO
DE VENTA EN TODAS LAS FARMACIAS!
CITACIN
La Oficina de Seguridad de
ia ciudad de Panam, por es-
te medio invita a todos los ins-
taladores de gas a una reunin
que se llevar a efecto el da
martes 24 de los corrlente.1 a
las 8 de la noche, en ti sain
de actos del Cuartel Central del
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pana-
m: y en la cual se tratar jo-
bre la nueva reglamentacin pe
regir esta clase de servicio fu-
turamente.
Jefe de Seguridad
NOCHE
U Mffc* W HI atMSfMI t put u-
atari t "r >|um. U iKMUMacia
dolnrn
lobiH
riloi n
wri to*
Mk|fj
Por la primera
Leo a las 4:30. A las 6:30 de la
Urde, el Presidente de la Junta
Germn Surez Flamerlch, lo
anunci a la nacin en un dis-
curso por radio desde ti Pala:lo
:'.e Miraflores,
El Estatuto deja a la discre-
cin de la Asamblea la deter-
minacin del modo en que se
tliglran loa miembros del Po-
der Ejecutivo y el Poder Lesl-
iatlvo, y la forma en que se hat
el traspaso de poderes. Ven.-
:uela est gobernada por un
Gobierno de facto desde el 24
de Noviembre de 1948 cuando
fu depuesto el Presidente R-
mulo Gallegos.
El Estatuto establece, por po-
niera vez en la historio de Ve-
nezuela, el voto obligatorio. A-
Cjuellos electores que no voten
podr ser multado con 50 Bo-
lvares y si el ao anterior no
pagaron el impuesto de lnjic-
cos, tambin podrn ser multa-
dos en una cantidad igual al
5 por ciento del impuesto.
El voto ser secreto, creyn-
dose que se utilizarn boletas
de diversos colores para facili-
tar la votacin de aquellos aue
no sepan leer.
Las principales medidas dis-
puestas en el Estatuto son:
1> Dentro de 30 das la Junta
de Gobierno debe nombrar 15
miembros del Consejo Supremo
Electoral. Ningn partido podi
tener mayora en el Consejo {ue
dentro de 14 meses debe esta-
blecer la Organizacin Electo-
ral Naclpnal y dirigir las ele -
clones de la Asamblea Constitu-
yente.
21 Las elecciones a la Asam-
blea se harn por Estados con
un representante por cada
50.000 habitantes y fracciones
sobre 25 mil habitantes.
3) Los partidos minoristas qua
no puedan elegir miembros a
la Asamblea Constituyente so-
bre sa base, tendrn oportuni-
dad de hacerlo mediante una
formula basada en la votacijn.
total de los partidos minorita-
rios y ia votacin total nacio-
nal.
4) Los Venezolanos de ambos
sexos de ms de 25 aos, gue
no tengan antecedentes pena-
les, podrn ser elegidos cerra
delegados a la Asamblea Cons-
tituyente.
5) Los miembros de las fuer-
zas armadas que deseen presen-
tarse como candidatos tendrnn
que renunciar Los funcionados
civiles que sean elegidos, tam-
bin tendrn que renunciar al
tomar posesin de sus caraos
en la Asamblea.
El Gobierno expidi un c:-
Comenz el torneo
para elegir reina
de Villa Rosario
VILLA ROSARIO. Abril 20
Especial) El da 15 de id
corrientes se efectu el primer
escrutinio del "Reinado Asol-
ela de Villa Rosarlo". La sim-
ptica y popular Eugenia Gar-
ca fu la vencedora con 1012
votos, despus de su triunfo fue
muy felicitada por 1 concu-
irencla, a .la vez que ella co-
rresponda abrazando a las can-
aldstas Odlla Saldaa, Bernal-
da Salazar y Orltlla Rodrigue;,
manifestando: "Ojal el desti-
no me siga favoreciendo, agra-
dezco los esfuerzos y doy les
gracias a todos los que sopor-
tan mi candidatura; me place
ms que todo, cooperar y saber-
me til en la lucha da projre-
?o de mi querido "Villa RosanJ".
El presidente del Comit. Sr.
Angel H. Martnez, dio un brin-
dis a los deportistas de la po-
blacin, mientras que el Joven
Carlos Hernndez ofreci una
macarronada.
La* candidates son fuente
rasn por la cual no-pueda pre-
decir a cul corresponder ti
Cetro de "Reine"-
Eugenia Garca ofrecer ia
baile en el Saln de "La Nueva
Campana" el domingo 12 de lot
corrientei de 7 p.m. a 2 .m.
El ltimo escrutinio ser ef
da 20 de Abril. La coronado*
ser el 12 da Mayo en Villa Hi-
larlo a las pm. Esta fiesta da
la Rema y sus subditos ser re*
vestida de alegra con los sex*
vicios de la Inigualable Orques-
ta de Marcelino Alvares tReye
del Mambo).
SI comit organiador Invita
al pblico a divertirse en Vliia ,
Kosarlo el 12 de Mayo- j
"La Malvada" alcanza los
ms grandes triunfos
Con el triunfo magistral de
"La Malvada" (All About Eve.
de la "20th Century Fox" ha
quedado plenamente demostra-
do que los pblicos estn anhe-
lantes de argumentos pondera-
dos y que enjuicien aspecto
interesantes de la vida alarla.
En "La Malvada", pelcula a
la que la "Acadamla de Artes
y ciencias cinematogrfica de
Hollywood" le acaba de otorgar
seis premios "OSCAR" lo que
se destaca, por encima de sus
Innumerables eosas buenas, es,
sobre todo, lo magistral, sesudo
y ponderado de su argumento.
Joseph L. Manklewlcz, el li-
brerlsta, autor del argumento,
nos brinda un tema profunda-
mente human, sugestivo, her-
moso y que, levantando uno
de los velos sutiles de la lalan-
cia y que ocultan la verdad,
nos brinda un desgarrn de la
vida en una magnifica agua-
fuerte que presenta en toda su
desnudes el corazn humano.
Joseph L. Mankl*wcz, se cura
'en salud, y temeroso de que los
falsos apstoles de la virtud le
salgan al paso redarguyndole
en el corazn del hombre se
anidan ms virtudes que mal-
dades, enfoca el tema de su ar-
gumento con referencia a la
gente d teatro, como preten-
diendo significar que tales y
tan tremendas pasiones desen-
cadenadas en el corazn de los
protagonista, solamente tie-
nen lugar entre las gentes da-
teatro; gentes que, por otra
parte, por motivos de su pro- -t
ole profesin, estn ms capa-
citados para fingir sentimlen* i
tos y pasiones que, en la mayo-
ra de las veces, se encuentran
dlametralmente opuestos a su
ntimos quereres.
: Un elenco magistral integra-
do por Bette Davis, la genial'
caracterstica; por Anne Bax-
ter, la bella y verstil estrella,
de la Foa; Celeste Holm, en
cuya mente sita el autor el
argumento de "La Malvada j|
por George Sanders, quien al-,
canza el "OSCAR" por la me-
jor actuacin en papeles se-,
cundarios y otros no meno*
grandes actores y actrices; asi
como tambin un lujo extraor-
dinario y un riqusimo vestua-
rio hacen de esta pelcula la
mejor de 1151.
He aqu tres aspectos de la recoleccin de basuras en el inte-
rior de la Repblica, que nos demuestra como se va desde la
carreta de bueyes v de caballo hasta los camiones de volque-
te. En ia mayora de los distritos del interior de la Repbli-
ca, el Municipio efecta estas labores. Las dos primeras gr-
ficas son del sistema de basuras de Chupampa y Los Santos,
mientras que la ultima, es de la ciudad de Chltr.
creto prohibiendo la activida-
des poltica a quienes hayan
sido directores nacionales o lo-
cases de Accin Democrtica c
ei Partido Comunista Venezola-
no, ambos declarados Ilegales.
Simultneamente se public
un decreto aminorando las ras*
tricclones a la libertad de reu-
nin, autorizando reuniones ex-
teriores o interiores a ciuda-
danos que no porten armas,.
/TOADO?
Declaran el amor
a la Libertad de
las Americas
WASHINGTON, Abril (USISH
Al rendir' tributo al Liber-
tador limn Bolvar en las ce-
remonias en Nueva York es)
Jueves, los pueblos de Norte JQ
Suramrica estn dando expre-
sin a la "fuerza comn" qnai
Impuls a todos los hroes d#
las Americas: "El amor a la 11**
bertad."
Tal declar el representante
Frederic* R. Coudert Jr., eiu
discurso pronunciado en la C->.
mar. "Las ceremonias de Nuew
va Pora" dijo "son un a*'
conteclmiento de Inters paraj
la amistad interamericana",
y sobre las cuales debe llamar-
se la atencin del Congreso y e*
pueblo de la nacin.
Suavs como
/o seda
|No hy por qu# aterranel .
Combata las dolarais canee
usando I* Crema Dental Koljmos
Udra lee dlael Koiyaea
estruye las beeteriis que pro-
ducen lee cW" bucales que
causea las aleros ran*. Y
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CAMISAS MAMBO
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las prximai Bodas
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Por u" error Involuntario en
nuestra edicin de ayer apare-
ci la noticia de que estn cir-
culando laa participaciones del
matrimonio de la diitlnguda
seorita Maria Ernestina Sn-
chez-hija de R.E. el Embajador
de iSicaragua-con el caballero
Teddy Galen Kaller para el do-
mingo 32. La lecha establecida
ha eldo el lunes veintitrs a las
ocho de la noche en la Iglesia
de Cristo Rey.
MISA DE REQUIEM
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.do 21 it Abril le i M
Hr fl Urna descanta drl alma
4a la au aa \ laa llama
TERESA LEMOS
DE DURANTE
Bu aapaae Juan I. Durante asra-
errer U arlilanela a elt seta
Uae
Cala*. Abril IS ae INI.
t'octail en la Embajada
(le Venesuela
Para despedir a 8.E. el Em-
baajdor de Panam en Vene-
zuela, seor Ral Fernndez y
seora Isabel L. de Fernandez,
y a 8.E. el Ministro de Italia
seor Lulfi Marlani y seora
Edith de Marlani quienes par-
ten prximamente 8.E. el Em-
bajador de Venezuela seor En-
rique Castro Gmez y seora
Consuelo de Castro Omez ofre-
cen hoy a las seis p.m. un cock-
tail en las ede de la Embajada.
Buffet
Rl seor Clarence Mrquez y
seora Mena P. de Mrquez,
ofrecieron anoche un buffet en

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EL GUILA IMPERIAL
Ca. de Seguros de Vida
;|l*h
Hace llegar per este medio su sois profunda condolencia
a los padres de su asegurada la nia ALICIA GARZOLA
FERNANDEZ, vecina que era de la calle 11 Oeste Ne. 1,
eaarte IT, bajos, quien fallado en el Hospital del Nio en
las primeras horas del dia de hoy.
Agradecimiento
Ignacio Jurado, Elena A. de Jurado y Delia Jurado
Per este medio agradecen profundamente a sus amista-
des de esta ciudad, de Tarios Distritos de la Provincia.
de la Capital de la Repblica y de la Provincia de Boca*
del Toro, las muestras de condolencia que han recibido,
eon motivo del fallecimiento de su querido hermano,
que en vida se llam Rosendo Jurado Venero (q.e.p.d.).
David, Abril de 1961
su residencia, para agasajar al
seor Vicente Arlstegui y seo-.
ra Carmen Andreve de Ariste-
hu. quienes procedentes de M- ]
xlco, se encuentran pasando una
corta temporada entre nosotros.
Afanajo de Despedida
Para agasajar a la seorita
Isa Vallarino y al seor Richard
Burgoon quienes contraern ma-
trimonio esta noche, las damas
y caballeros de su corte nupcial
les ofrecieron anoche una comi-
da en la residencia de la seo-
rita Luzmlla Oller Arengo.
Bodas Burgoon-Vallarino
Hoy a las 0.30 p.m. ante el al-
tar mayor del Santuario Nacio-
nal del Corazn de Maria, la
encantadora seorita Isa Valla-
lino Cspedes pronunciar los
sagrados votos del matrimonio,
uniendo asi su destino al del
apreciado caballero, seor Ri-
cnard Burgoon.
Apadrinarn la seremonia los
padres de la novia,, seor Al-
berto Vallarino y seora Isabel
C. de Vallarino, el seor Ernest
V. Troott. B.E. el Ministro de
Agricultura y Comercio, seor
Ricardo Arias E., y seora Olga
A. de Arias, el seor Archie L.
3yrne y seora Nena V. de Byr-
ne, el seor Alberto Vallarino Jr.
y seora Marta Estella C. de
Vallarino. el Dr. Gullermo o.
Chapman y seora Martlta F.
de Chapman, el seor Antonio
Vallarino y seora Tereslta A.
de Vallarino, el seor Ramn
Alberto Vallarino y seora Nora
8. de Vallarino. e seor James
E. Young y seora Una V. de
Young quienes sern represen-
tados por el seor Walter J.
Young y seora Peggy de Young
el seor Luis Manuel Hernn-
dez y la seora Mary H. de
de la Roca y el seor Carlos de
Jann y seora Olga de de Ja-
nn.
Lucir la "novia un elegante
vestido de encaje y tul muy
ceido hasta la cintura desde
donde se forma la cola, en vapo-
rosas ruchas de tul. Ser su velo
de tul Ilusin recogido con una
diadema de perlas, y completa-
r su atavi nupcial un precioso
ramo d rosas blancas.
Su dama de honor la seori-
ta Vally Vallarino Cspedes lu-
cir una vaporosa creacin Illa
en organd bordado, y llevar
un ramo de gladlolas amarillas.
La acompaar el caballero
Joseph Burgoon. Las otras da-
mas, seoritas Luzmlla Oller
Arango, Maritza Uribe Arango y
Elsle Brld lucirn Idnticos ves-
tidos en organd color agua.
Las escoltar los caballeros Bill
Cardoze. Mlke Dawson y Bob
Gothard.
Sostendrn la cola del vestido
nupcial las preciosas nlltas
Marilyn Wright Barraza y Ana-
llda Lpez Levy, y portar loa
anillos y las arras el nio Sonny
de la Ossa Henriquez.
Despus de la ceremonia reli-
giosa, los padres de la novia
ofrecern una recepcin en el
Club de Golf, a la cual han si-
do invitados sus familiares y
amigos ms allegados.
Formulamos votos porque la
dicha sonra siempre a esta
gentil pareja, y en el hogar que
se inicia bajo tan bellos auspi-
cios, reine siempre la compren-
sin y la tolerancia.
RUMBOSA RFCEPCION EN LA
PRESIDENCIA
t'n brillante recepcin ofre-
cieron el Presidente de la Re-
pblica, doctor Arnulfo Arias T
seora doa Ana Matilde Lina-
res de Arias, en honor del Bri-
gadier General Emll Kiel y
seora. Altas autoridades ofi-
ciales, los miembros del Cuerpo
Diplomtico, de la Banca y del
Comercio y representantes de la
prensa asistieron a la recepcin
que constituy un rumboso ac-
to social. En la foto superior
aparece el Presidente Arias con-
versando eon el Brigadier Ge-
neral Riel y en la foto de aba-
Jo, el Jete del Estado, el aga-
sajado, el Embajador de Vene-
suela, don Enrique Castro G-
mez y las seoras de Arias y
de Kiel.
Barbacoa a beneficie de la
Guardera Infantil
Estn ya muy adelantados los
preparativos para la Barbacoa
que est organizando el Comi-
t Pro Guardera Infantil del
Club interamertcano de Mujeres

I
Para armonizar los labios con las unas
el
es de importancia fantstica
fabrica los colores fantsticos
En.riqueia it color y belleza duradera... nada en / mundo putdt
igualar el me/fe it us Rtvlonl Porque Rtvlon es verdadero esmalte, y no
tem o barniz ordinario. Y, qu puede rivalizar eon ti seductor
fstrectivo que Retan imparla a lot labiot? Numtrosas pruebas han itmottraio
que ti color iel creyn it labios Rn Ion te adhiere por ms tiempo! Una vex
mu uslei haya probado Rtvlon comprobar por qu, en ti mundo entero, mAi muyeras
man Rtvlon que cualquier otro etmallt de uas o lipis labial.
L "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
JAH, QUE BUENO
_y que bueno
para Ud. tambin!
J Deliciosas y fortffcwtH
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MiHUTOS
En todo al mundo los amos prearen laa
Hojuelas t A ana J-- "notos. Ye atoas
broto lo mucho que '.los les (van ta
sabor. Srvala ver*.
Luego srvase mttti resabi* uo pit' ,
it ran alimentido real. Pruebe I >
bueno quo toa SMS tvci-':nrts nojefle
da averna, madur.- t al rol da rico sabe.
S Buei, qu laoto jb raulan I i peino.
Sirve utted maSana a roja la familia uO)
pisto de Hojuelas da Avena -Vinutoa
al manjar uolvertslmente freferioa
para el dessyuno.
ev 1ai
[SnSa
fiara recoger fondos para dicha
restitucin. Dicha barbacoa ten-
dr lugar el prximo viernes 27
del presente mes desde las siete
en adelante, en la residencia
del seor Ricardo A. Mir y se-
ora Gladys M. de Mir en la
calle 50 No. 14.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al seor Geor-
ge Novey y seora Amalla G. de
Novey, quienes regresaron hoy
de INuevo Orleans-.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos atentamente al se-
or Enrique Parada y seora
Domltlla Arlas de Parada, quie-
nes cumplen hoy 30 aos de ca-
sados.
dencla la seora Marta Estella
i C. de Vallarino. Pronta mejora
le deseamos.
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Concepcin
George, quien guarda cama en
el hospital Panam.
Restablecidos
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la seora Ma-
rina P. de Mndez, quien duran-
te varios das guard cama en
su residencia.
Enfermos
Desde hace varios dias sufre
quebrantos de salud en su resl-
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Liona de Sears
Lie. Manuel Maria Valds
Seor Carlos Sosa J-
Brea- Ruth ngulo,
Sr. Virgilio ngulo
Joven Guillermo A. Rolla Pi-
mentel.
Nia Enld Barrera perdomo
Nia Gloria Estella Velsquez
.
Lo ms rico en harinas!
Por su delicada textura y rico sabor ee
insuperable para toda repostera.
Compre un paquete y pruebe las sabro-
sas recetas que trae.
PARA /MAYOR GARANTA
N LA REPOSTER/A
Agradecimiento
Clementina Toureau vda. de Prez, Octavio Peres
T., Carlos Peres T. v ora.. Rene Peres T. y Sra., Abdiel
Peres T. y Sra., Leopoldo de Len y Alicia P. de de Leon,
Fernando Saavedra y Edith P. de Saavedra. Gilberto
Campbell y Norma P. de Campbell, agradecen por este
medio las ofrendas florales y las manifestaciones de
condolencia que han recibido en su reciente duelo.
Panam, Abril 20 de ltSl.
ALOJE en su casa a un ESTUDIANTE!
RESUELVA EL PROBLEMA DEL ESPACIO
CON UNA DE ESTAS PRACTICAS CAMITAS
CAMA PLEGADIZA
SIMMONS
Ancho: 36 Pulgadas
SOLO
B/. 12 so
Canap Plegable SIMMONS B/19.95
,MBLERIfl
Maana se celebrar el com
promiso matrimonial de la Srta.
Silvia J. alhouse hija del 8r.
Everard I. Dalbouse y Sra.
Olimpia de Dalhouse con el for-
mal caballero Jorge Jos Cover
hijo del Sr. Jorge Cover y Sra.
Prudencia Beatriz R. de Cover
residentes en San Francisco de
la Caleta. t ,
En la fecha de la boda sera
anunciada oportunamente y por
este medio nos complacemos en
felicitar a esta distinguida pa-
reja. ______^^__
Sosa. ,.
Nia Gloria Eugenia Vels-
quez Sosa.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Graciela G. de Arose-
mena. _.
Seora Raquel D. de Boya
Seora Gabriela B. de Maher
Seorita Tita Pacheco
Felicitamos el matrimonio del i
Dr Austroberto Paredes y la se-
ora Nuncia Coluche de Pare-
des, con motivo del aniversario
de su unin matrimonial. Que,
la felicidad y el progreso sigan
reinando en Un distinguido ho-
gar.
C^ *a & "' Wlem

***
La use para limpiar I cutis, como
basa de polvos y para suavizar las manas
Gracias a su fluidez, la Crema HINDS de Miel
y Almendras limpia ms y suaviza ms.
Es apta para el cuidado total del cutis, sea de la cara,
las manos o el cuerpo, y sirve como excelente base
de polvos. Se recomienda usarla desde
jovencita porque es el ms
fiel aliado de la
belleza a travs
del tiempo.
Ci&nA,
HINDS' La crema COMPLETA fl
Enriquecido Con lanolina
wTcNTRALvCMLB 21*-. ?TE^%:]%%%
TODAVA ES TIEMPO!
suscrbase a nuestro club en el
MES DE ABRIL Y LE ENTREGAREMOS
SU MERCANCA EN
*'gffT:gv NAVIDAD!!
tXtMefi
INTItNSTieiUL HASVUTUV 11 ZCNITM
LA CASA DE LOS VIDRIOS V LOS LINLEOS
FACILIDADES DE PAGO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
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NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
5 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
si VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
tu 11 wih No. t
Tel. :-2l!
KHISKI) DE LESSEP8
rrqur de
ranam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Air 4 a Jallo
Tel. 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
A*o. Mtlndw 10,S
lol. 2SSCol*.
8ALON DE BELLEZA AMBR1CANO
Cata 12 Otsl* No. U
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Call! "H" No SI Panama
v*. Cutral 12-11* Cola
APROVECHE:Pintaros y mm'
aitra brillantes o pruabo de moho.
B.3.25 aolcn. Almoconei Tropida-
r.
SI VENDEN.Clavos, tubario n**ra,
.ce.o eonalodo. fir-Te I cortn
aislador poro cielos rasos I i*d*-
os laviii-unos. entusados, tic.
lo* precien mes bojos a* p|oo
A6NCIAS GLOBALES. Vio E.p.
fia. Iieeond* a lea franco. T*l.
3-1503________________________
SE VENDE Incubodoro elctrico.
f*l 3-0255.___________________
SE VcNDE: Cachorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.__________
jT VENDEN: Cachcrtos de F*"JSE VENDE:Un establecimiento por
polica be!go. Inlormes en Comiso-
' riato el Coco. Vio Porras No. 184.
San Francisco.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
Ofrecemos bello r alto Iota Irania al
mar. Precio: solamente B/.4 35
m2. Wollf y Ca. Ltda., Calle 5a.
No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SF VENDE:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
LIDAD. Sus 6 'rex.amaras. 3 baos,
terrazas y grondes solones brin-
dan comodidad a numerosa fami-
lia. Situoda en AVE. JUSTO ARO-
SEMENA No. 53. cerca o todo.' las
conveniencias. Poro informes a ins-
peccin llame a: WOLFF Y CA.
LTDA.. Calle 5a.. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria y Restau-
rante. Calle "G" No. I. Por motivo
de viaje.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleada recomen-
dada para lavar y cocinar, en
Avenida Ecuador No. 12.
SE NECESITA:Una buena cocinero,
que sepa disponer, no tiene que
dormir en el empleo. Campo Ale-
gre, Ave. Monuel Icazo 26.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar y goce de buena salud. Ca-
lle 50 No. 10.__________________
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
cocinar. Calle 30 No. 13.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en casa para oficios en general
y que sepa cocinar. Calle lo. No.
13.
E VENDE:Elevador pora depsito
ds 2,000 libras capacidad. Uso
manual. Ricardo A. Mir. S.A. Ca-
lle 16 Este No. 4. Tel. 2-3436.
Vendo llontos usadas: 600x16
750x20 825x20 900x20
900x16 1000x22 650x16
1000x20. Gernimo de lo Ossa,
(Intro).
:rsur.:-un to."*"- SE NECESITA: Una lovonde-a que
vo de viaie. Coito I 3 Sol Pue- ,Qmi||a ,,.
, Cosa 14, establec.miento 4, P Cali
mot
des
Panom.
"P" No. 3 lado Cine Apolo
SE VENDE:50 i 200 acciones Ho- VENDE O PERMUTA:
leles Inleramenconos, muy bora- casa concreto, magnifica i
leles .----------- -
tos. Necesito dincio. Tel. 2-jodi.
E VENDE:Un coballo propio paro
nio con su silla y rienda. Mor-
mon en el Tel 3-2960.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria y Aborro-
lerria en Avenido "A" No. 48.
Poro informes llame Tel. 2-0052.
SE VENDE:Lotes en "El Cangrejo",
los ltimos que quedan, cerco Va
Espaa, otro con visto a la baha,
y dos cerca Nuevo La Salle. Vase
con 'dueo en Via Porras No. 66,
Telfono 3-2407. ________
-Moderna
inversin,
facilidades pogo. Calle "A" No.
14 esquina 12 Oeste. Vase due-
o oltcs.
SE VENDE:Piano "Spinet Lester". ,',
pequeo. Calle -U" No. I cuarto | X
lc, Panom. Despus de las 1.UU ./-ckiriA n
OFRECEMOS: Hermoso lote de
30x30 m. en esquino de Ave. 2a.
Paitilla. Area residen-
15. Ponam. Despus
p.m.
U VENDEN:---Pasajes Pan-American
Airways v se acepton reservacio-
nes en su nuevo AGENCIA de Be-
llo Vista. Avenida Peru 25. Ofici-
nas de COPA. Amplio lugor de
estacionamiento.
AGENCIA DE UENES Y RAICES
I Tel. 3-4512. Va Espaa No. 31.
CUEROS LEGTIMOS
de tapicera
(americonosV
69 c pie cuadrado
RICARDO A. MIRO, S.A.
Tel. 2-3335. Coito 16 Este No. 4.
OPORTUNIDAD: Bello tote 1677
m2 final lomo con vista soberbia.
Las Cumbres.
AGENCIA DE BIENES Y RAICES
Tel. 3-4512. Via Espoa No. 31.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Luioso juego de rec-
mara. Precio original BN.650. Re-
galado en B.225. Calle 34 No. 7.
Acabamos de recibir cemento blanco,
cermica de color y vidrio verde se VENDE:Mesa de comedor con SE NECESITA:Dos costureras para
SE NECESITA:Una empleada que
sepa algo de cocino pora dormir
en el empleo. 540-B Curund
Heights.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
su oficio sin hijos, con referencios.
Buen sueldo. Presentarse Calle 32
Este No. 27. De 9 a 1 2 de 2 a 5
p.m.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para co-
cinar y lovar. Familia pequea.
Debe dormir en el empleo. Calle
49 No. 13 (altos) Edificio "Gre-
CIO."
SE NECESITA:Una carguero con
experiencia. Do ms de 20 aos
Tiena quo dormir en el mplo*.
Ave. Balboa y Calla 33. Casa No.
45.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, 2 re-
camaros, sala-comedor, B/.55.00
lave. 85 Avenida Cuba.
GUA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos de 2
y 4 recmaras-sola, comedor y ser-
vicio. Calle 45 No. 5 oros.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, solo, recmara, comedor, coci-
no, bao y polio. Ave. Jos de F-
brega No. 14. Pasadena.
SE ALQUILA: Un apartamento de
madero, planta baja en San Fran-
cisco B.35.00. Tel. 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento de 3
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Ave. Central No
125. Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALOUILA:Un cuarto amuebla-
do con entrada independiente. Ca-
lle Estudiante No. 73. Apto. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Una pieza 0 pareja
responsable en Calle 7o. No. 11
segundo olto.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con muebles
para hombre. B/.6.00 semanales.
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre, Parque Le-
fevre, Caso 42.
SE ALQUILA: Recmara gronde i
amueblada, frente calle con coci-
no, luz y gos. Colle 45 No. 19.
SE ALOUILA:Un cuarto en Calle
lo. El Conv.en. Ltome al telfono
3-2436
SE NECESITA:Empleada serio, res-
ponsable y con recomendacin,
paro cuidar una niita. Colle 52
tmal con Calle Ricardo Arias. Ca-
sa No. 22. Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Operario para tro-
boiar con aire comprimido. Via
Porras 130.
contra calor. Ci Culcidio Gonz-
lez, Fbrica de Mosoicos. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8.
SE VENDEN 1000 pies de tubcrio
golvomzodo do 1/2 y 1000 de 3/4
nueva 67.363. Aroluz. Central
158.
seis sillos. Borato. Avenida
No. 1 boios.
SE VENDE:Una excelente mquina
"Singer", modelo reciente. Cose,
borda, retrocede, B/.9000, Ave.
"B". 73.
SE VENDE:Estufo de gas Magic
..._. I ~. .. _.,___ or un r\r\
Chef, esmalte porcelana B/.30.00,
buenas condiciones. Informes Tel.
3-3332 Ponam.
SE VENDEN:De ocosin lientos
nuevas 700x15. 8 lonos. Conti-
dad limiteda. Raconsiructoro Na-
cional. Ave. Per 7. Tel. 1-0406.
SE VENDE:Acuario con 18 especies
c'e peces, suministros poro ocuono.
Vio Espoa No. 1 I frente Estoblo
Juan Franco.
SE VENDE.Ganga! Llantas buenas !sE VENDE:Coma co
coser coizados para zapatera El
Record en Calle "B" 11.
SE VENDE:Juego de solo, cuero
tapizado, casi nuevo B.150. Escri-
torio de Secretorio esn silla giro-
torio B 35. Calle 32 No. 33. Tel.
3-3109.
Compa Norte-americana mundial-
menle conocida necesita dos java-
ns pnamenos, con educacin se-
cundaria, para aprender mecnico
especializado. Escriba al Apartado
1071, Panam, detallando edad,
calificaciones, e incluyendo foto-
grafa tamao posaporte.
SE ALQUILA
(lasas
"uredos. 700x20. 750x20. 825x20.
900x20. 1000x20. 600x16. 900x
16, tinocos usados muy fuertes,
precios baratos. Ave. Central 196.
'E VENDE:Zinc y madero barata,
jaulas poilos y gallinas Precio de
ganga, gollina ponedora precio
medio, aproveche este barotillo
hasta el sbado. Vea a Tony en al
otro lodo del Ferry o llame al Tel.
Bolboo 3012. _______
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
MANJELO UD.
50c por hora
ms 7f por millo.
Carros asegurados.
Tel. 2-1995 Gorag* Elos
dora, estante y mesita noche. Ca-
lle 9 Melndez ol lodo del doctor
Gonzlez Barnentos. 8024, Apio.
I, Coln.
SE VENDE:Estufa Magic Chef,
perfectos condiciones. Precio rega-
lado. Tel. 3-0602.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
Los comunistas
zan un milln de hombres, en-
tonces ser una historia dife-
rente".
Las retagr ardas comunistas
lanzaron varios intiles contra-
ataques en pequea escala du-
rante la noche, pero ueron re-
chazados sin prdida de terre-
no. Al amanecer, los aliados
reanudaron su lento pero met-
dico avance a todo lo largo del
frente de 140 millas.
Los primeros informes indi-
caban que las tropas de las
Naciones Unidas no haban en-
contrado mayor resistencia que
la de ayer, y un despacho de-
ca que la lucha haba cesado
vlrtualmente "ante la falta de
un enemigo".
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas, aparentemente, podan
lomarse a Chorwon a 17 mi-
llas al Norte del Paralelo y
Kumhwa a 20 millas de ste
y 14 millas de Chorwon, cuan-
do quisieran. Ambas ciudades
formaban parte del tringulo
sin omueblor. 3 recamaros, salo. de hierro de los comunistas en
comedor, 2 porchs. jardn, garage. Corea Central, en donde dece-
cuarlo servicio cen bono Aero- nas de me/i de soldados ro-
pueno Poitillo. Colle 15 No. H5. jos se esta_an concentrando
mplelo. peina- SE / LQUILA:Chalet amueblado o
Tel. 3-2875.
SE ALQUILA:Amplia y fresco co-
sa de 7 recmaras y dos servicios.
Pora oficino y alojamiento de los
familias de los empleados. Adems
para su contraofensiva de pri-
mavera.
La constante presin aliada
ms el bombardeo areo y na-
val, aparentemente han cam-
SE ALQU'LA:Locol poro oficina,
crnbo del Teatro Centro..
ib ALQUILAN:Exclus.vomente po-
ro olinos locaes cntricos en los
olios da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Soliciten into-
moc-n an Almacenes 5 IC een-
tuvos
rZ^t^H^h Planes comunistas y
c'oToyente por. Consulado, ne- 'c "^J^g" "tirndose
gocios o institucin a uno cuadra "Ca mas al Norte.
de Vio Espaa y Behsario Porros.
Informes 3-0471. aportado 1045
Panom. Nos odoptaremos o sus
necesidades.
PERSONALES
SE ALQUILA:Local espacioso paro i
oficina o depsitos situado en lo
Avenida del Per No. 9. Inlormes*
en la Ca. General de Seguros. S.A.
S sor Eloy Mataln vende sus de-
rechos de clave ol Sr. Nicols Mi-
lano. Todas las personas interesa-
das acudan antes de 15 dios. Ave.
Central No. 182._______________
MISCELNEA
AVISO:Gladiolos en colores surti-
dos. Jardn Berto, Calle 12 Oeste
No. 43. Tel. 2-1581. _
Servicio de mudonzas. Jos S. Belu-
che. Tel. 2-2173. Colle 12 Oeste
31.
Dcy pensin paro e'-tudiontes del In-
terior. Orurro Colle 8va. No. 25.
Tel. 2-3846.
Llomondo al telfono 2-1535. los
patronos y amas de coso, consiguen j
empleados para servicio domsti- i
co.
SE ALOUILA:Lo oficina y dep-
sito aclualmenie ocupodo por la
Cia. Colgole-Polmolive-Peef con
cabida de ms de 2.500 pies cuo-
drodos. Situado frente ol Estadio
Nocional. Infrmese: Wolff y Ci.
Ltda Colle 5a.. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
LECCIONES
La Academia de Corte y Confeccin
tiene abierta la matricula para los
cursos de Corte y Confeccin. Es-
pecialidad en corte, olla costuro,
bordado a mano y a mquina y
sastrera Avenido "A" No. 30.
Tel. 2-2474.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a BV.o.50
Entreca
Inmediata
Reparaciones
eenerales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel. 3-1713
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 c'e la Notara
Segunda del Circuito de Pa-
nam, he comprado al seor
JESUS GONZALEZ CARVA-
LLEDA el establecimiento co-
mercial de su prooledad de-
nominado "FIGURINA", el
cual funciona en el No. 43 de
la Avenida "B" de esta ciu-
dad.
Panam. Abril 18 de 1951.
MANTEL PEREZ ALLO.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:COPRA de produc-
cin nocionol exclusivamente, en
cualquier cantidad B.250.00
la tonelada dt 2,000 lbs. netos bien
limpio y seca, puesto y pesodo en
nuestro plonto de la ciudad d* Po-
nam CIA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Aportado 1910.
Ponam. R. P. Tel. 3-1371.
SE COMPRA.SEBO FRITO i Derre-
tido l de primera calidod o 6V0.16
la libro neto, en cualquier can-
tidad de Panam. Se odvierte que
se rechazar todo sebo de proce-
dencia extranjera a todo sebo no-
cional que haya sido mezclado con
sebo extranjero. CIA PANAMEA
DE ACEITES. S. A., Carretera del
Aeropuerto. Tel 3-1371._______
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Por B/.2.000.00 con
facilidades de pogo un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos puer-
tas, con llantos pioncas, cubre
asientos y con 6500 millos reco-
rridas. Infrmese con Arios en el
2-2322 por las moanos.
SE VENDE:Oldsmobile 1937, bue-
nos condiciones. B/.200. Duea va
Colombia, vase en Federico Boyd
No. I frente Colegio Miramar.
La fuerza area aliada, des-
pus de un ataque concentrado
de diez das contra los cam-
pos de aterrizaje comunistas en
Corea del Norte los ha dejado
"llenos de crteres". Imposibili-
tando asi el intento comunis-
ta de concentrar su fuerza s-
rea contra el ejrcito de las
Naciones Unidas.
Durante los diez das de bom-
bardeo por superior! alezas, bom
barderos livianos y aviones de
combate, once de los principa-
les aerdromos comn istas,
principalmente en el noroeste
de Corea han sido bombardea-
dos repetidamente para impedir
que sean usados por los comu-
nista..
DICHO DEPARTAMENTO
puesto seria aprobado en el pr-
ximo mes de Mayo, pues luego
de aprobado en segundo debate,
deber pasar a la Comisin de
revisin para que sea aprobado
en tercer debate en sesin de la
Legislativa Permanente, des-
pus pasar al Presidente de la
Repblica, quien podr devol-
verlo con modificaciones, la
cuales debern ser consideradas
en el seno de la Comisin. En
consecuencia, el nuevo presu-
puesto no podr entrar en vi-
gencia antes del primero de ju-
nio, es decir, despus de seis
meses de iniciado el periodo
fiscal.
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Alrededor de 20.000 alumnus
de segunda enseanza, escutias
politcnicas, centros privado.) y
pblicos, se situaron en forma-
cin correcta a todo lo largo
del camino desde el aeropuerto
militar hasta el Capitolio Na-
cional en el centro de la ciu-
dad para rendir honores esco-
lares a los restos del poeta y
patriota cubano Jos Joaqun
Palma, que se trasladaron di's-
de la ciudad de Guatemala a'n-
cia la Habana.
Los restos del Insigne poeta
fueron recibidos en el aeropuer-
to por una comitiva presidida
por el Presidente Prio. Se le
indieron honores militares co-
rrespondientes a Mayor Genual
muerto en campaa. Ade.i.s
del Presidente, formaban la co-
misin representantes del Go-
bierno e Instituciones cultura-
les, histricas y patriticas
Los restos han sido coloca-
dos en capilla ardiente en el
Capitolio Nacional, desde ion-
de sern conducidos a Bayauo
Provincia de Oriente, cluUad
natal del poeta Palma, en don-
de se le ha erigido un obeiUco.
Colombia adelanta estudios
sobre su economa agrcola
La Federacin Nacional de en las de menor tamao el a-
Cafeteros de Colombia y la Fa-1 nalisis se concreta al de la fa-
cultad de Agronoma del Valle' ca global, y no se considera u
ampliarn en el presente aoi divisin de gastos por operacio-
los trabajos que en el ramo de I nes o por empresas. En esi
economa agrcola han venido forma se podra reducir la la-
adelantando en cooperacin con! bor del agricultor respecto al
el Instituto Interamericano de acopio de datos. Francisco Go-,
Ciencias Agrcolas. mez Qulioga, ex-alumno del i
Los plas de la Federacin! Instituto y Jefe de la Seccin i
COBRE
Ms tarde ser ms difcil
conseguirlo.
Nosotros todava tenemos
en existencia:
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Aumentan sueldos
La nueva escala de sueldo.;
representa un promedio total
del 10 por ciento de aumento
sobre la paga bsica, la cual
tendr como mnimo 31 centa-
vos la hora en el grado (a) has-
ta $1.45 en el grado 15 (e) por
hora.
Los nicos empleados a suel-
do local del Canal y Ferroca-
rril que no han de benefilcarse
en los aumentos aludidas sern
aquellos que componen un gru-
po relativamente pequeo que
se encuentra en las denomina-
das tarifas de sueldos "conge-
lados". Aquellos en las tarifas
para 1951 cubren estudios eco-
nmicos sobre cuatro proyectos:
(1) fincas cafetaleras; (2)
prcticas de conservacin de
suelos en las fincas estudiadas;
(3) gastos efectuados por las
oficinas seccionales en las dis-
tintas prcticas de conserva-
cin, relacionndolos con la pro-
porcin aportada por 'los agri-
cultores, el tamao de las fin-
cas, etc.; y (4) efectos de los
distintos tipos de poda del ca-
feto sobre gastos de recoleccin
del fruto. Los estudios bajo id
y i'2) fueron iniciados en 1959
sobre un total de quince fin-
cas. En el ao pasado el nme-
ro de fincas estudiadas aumen-
t a treinta y se espera ampliar
este ao a cien.
Con el fin de lograr una ma-
yor colaboracin de los agri-
cultores en estos trabajos, se
han simplificado las horas de
registro de gastos. Asimismo se
dividieron las fincas en dos gru-
pos: fincas con ms de 5 hec-
treas o menos. Mientras en las
fincas grandes se exigen datos
para estudiar tanto la empresa
de caf como la finca global,
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clon. i '
Julio O. Morales, Jefe del De-
partamento de Economa y Ble*
nestar Rural del Instituto dls-
cuti con los funcionarlos de -a,
Federacin, durante su reciente,
visita a Colombia, los trabajos
realizados el ao pasado y el,
programa para 1951. En esta <>-
porlunidad se inform tambin
acerca de las labores que ade-
lanta la Facultad de Agrono-
ma del Valle del Cauca, en Pai-
mlra, en el campo de los es-
tudios sobre economa y socio-
logia rurales.
Ral Zambrano, Pbro., quien'
sigui estudios de especiallza-
cin en economa rural en la
Universidad del Estado de Mi-
chigan, er profesor' de econo-
mia agrcola, administracin ru-
ral, y mercados, de esa Facul-
tad. De regreso a Colombia en,
enero y febrero del ao pasado
estuvo en Turrialba informn-
dose de los trabajos de econo-
ma rural.
Dentro de los programas de
la Facultad se contempla la po-
sibilidad de iniciar en Palmira-'
un proyecto similar al estudio
de la comunidad rural en Tu-'
rrialba La realizacin de esie
proyecto servir como campo ne
entrenamiento prctico. Para
la enseanza acadmica se con-
tar con el texto Administra-,
congeladas percibirn aumentos
nicamente si la nueva tarifa
sobre el sueldo mximo del gra-
do es mayor a las tarifas ac-
tuales. En la actualidad exis-
ten como 700 empleados en es-
ta categora y se calcula que
alrededor de la mitad de ellos
tendrn derecho a aumentos de
entre uno a cuatro centavos la
hora.
Los empleados que se encuen-' C[n Rural,~~que el Instituto ~in-!
Iran en las escalas o tarifas i teramericano de Ciencias Agr-1
congeladas sop aquellos cuyos
sueldos eran mayores a las ta-
rifas establecidas cuando se pu-
so en vigor el actual sistema de
colas publicar prximamente.
Se trata de la versin espaou
del texto escrito en ingls pofi
John A. Hopkins, antiguo pro-
tarifas para empleados a sa- fesor de la materia en la Uni-
lario local en el mes de febre-r, versldad del Estado de Iowa,
ro de 1948. Estados Unidos. El autor que ha-i
Los nuevos aumentos en nada residido en Argentina, B r a s i 1,1
tienen que ver con los ascen-
sos que se hacen dentro de los
mismos grados semestralmente
a empleados de sueldo local.
Colombia, y Mxico en los l-1
timos siete aos, ha revisado la'
versin espaola de su libro
fin de adaptarlo a las condlclo-
Hay como 5,000 de estos em- es prevalentes en Amrica La-
pleados que se benefician de En este trabajo ha utili-
dlchos ascensos dentro de sus
respectivos grados cada mes de
junio y diciembre y existe un
grupo semejante que ya est Re-
zado las observaciones efectua-
das en los pases mencionados.
Administracin Rural se com-
pone de siete partes a saber
nalado a percibir tal ascenso _P.nlar^?"es "eneralM: ,ba-
denlro de dos meses SM econmicas de la organiza-
"To aumen osmdeMla actual!- fv" d%{leI_?_U8i,_rt?rn"rSfc
tivos: sistema ganadero; como
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dad representan el noveno que
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representando as el segundo
en categora de los aumentos
ms altos jams recibidos por
los empleados. En el ao 1946
se hizo un aumento de seis cen-
tavos por hora, mientras que se
libo otro aumento uniforme de
194R de cuatro centavos la ho-
ra. El aumento actual repre-
senta un promedio en los suel-
dos locales del doble de lo que
ueron en el ao 1940.
NUNCA HA
y ha brillado ms que nunca
como estrella guia d nue3uas
destinos. Bolvar pertenece a
Amrica y su nombre es pro-
clamado con orgullo en todo el
nuevo mundo'
"Permitidme por tanto, en
jrcunstanclas en que este ic-
n'.lco presente nos confronta
un futuro velado por las som-
bras, hablaros de la poderosa
misin de Bolvar que todava
subsiste. Permitidme decir que
cuando perdidos entre 0111
sombras buscamos un sendero
de luz, tenemos un rayo lumi-
noso en la antorcha que l en-
cendi en esa inmortal ocasin
en Santa Marta".
"Permitidme aseguraros qua
la misin de Bolvar est l>
jos de haber terminado, que
sigue estando con nosotros pa-
ra guiarnos por la senda que
debemos seguir, que su pensa-
miento est ms vivo que au-
ca, es ilimitado en su fecundi-
dad, es humano en sus objeti-
vos y es inmaleable en sus prin-
cipios, como ese bronce que re-
presenta su imagen".
La feria de Coln
tendr a bellas
jvenes de guas
economizar mano de obra f\
fuerza; el presupuesto y la con-
tabilidad de la finca; y rela-
ciones externas de las activida-
des de la finca.
---------------------------- i
Elogia a Bolvar |
profesor de la
4
*
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Univ. de Columbia
NUEVA YORK, Abril (USIS)
Las palabras de Simn Bol-
var, basadas en su "intensa
sentido de lo prctico y lo rea-
lizable" siguen siendo para eV
mundo libre de hoy como "un'
guia en tiempos de turbacin",
en opinin del Dr. John Alien
Krout. de la Universidad de Co-
lumbia.
El Dr. Krout, Profesor da
Historia y Decano de la Facul-
tad, hizo el elogio oficial del.
Libertador en el acto de la rel-
naguracin de la estatua ecues-
tre de Bolvar hoy, en su nue-
vo pedestal en el Parque Cen-
tral, frente a la Avenida de las
Americas.
"En los das en que los mo-
nrquicos parecan ir en as-
censo, "dijo el Dr. Krout, "cuan-1
do Europa se hallaba firme-
mente sometida al sistema de'
Mettemich Bolvar se irgui
como un tenaz adalid del re-
publicanismo y el constitucio-
nalismo. Con frecuencia los au-
tores de la Constitucin busca-
ron su consejo, el cual dl li-
bremente. Muchas veces deja-
ron de or sus sabios consejos
o los hallaron muy difciles de
aplicar.
Aviso Judicial
DICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El que uirribc JUKZ PRIMERO DEL
CIRCUITO DB C0I.ON. por tU media
tMrntr y rrprrirnOinle l>*> de la' "BA-
KU LAND COMPANY. S.A.", par. qu*
dentro del termino de treinta (30) diaa.
I. conudoa a partir da la ltima publica-
El Club Interamericano de cli t ,,cl0. con,p.rrtc, ^ ,
Mujeres, Capitulo de Colon, Se o por medio da apoderado a bacana o*
ha encargado de Organizar el en I eolicitud echa ante eete Tribunal
grupo de seoritas guas de la r *" Stanley ckayson p.-
Ferla. nombrando al efecto una r* ""' """ '* ** '
Comisin de seoras presididas
por la seora Laura de Toleda-
no.
El mismo Club ha acordado
participar en la Feria con un
Pabelln, en el que Se expon- trmino arriba indicado, a le deaicnar
drn curiosidades de todas las ;**>y. ** *"!* ron ."____!
naciones del Continente. Nume-
rosos comerciantes e Industria-
les levantarn Pabellones de ex-
hibicin en la Feria. Entre otros,
en firme han ofrecido ya su
V
' I
'
"1 <
pArnu Ahrll Ifl To ST-arla L"ITA al aerior JOHN VICTOR CAKTKK.
colon. Abril zo La Feria norlMra.r,c.BOi port.dor d. i. <.ed.,i_
Agropecuaria e Industrial de;,,, identidad peraon.i n. .1-124*5, Pr.-
Coln tendr como guia las ms
bellas jvenes de la Sociedad co-
lonense.
AMimhjea General He A^cionintaa de a,
BARU LAND COMPANY. _._
Sa advlrete al emplazado John Victo*
Carter, que ai no compareciere a asta
Dejpacho, por al a por medio de apo-
derado a fcttcaraa Ir. an la aolicitud be-
ba por el tenor Grayaon. dentro de!
continuar la tramitacin d, la expre-
sada aolicitud.
Conforma lo ordenan loa articulo*
410 7 473 del Codita Jadlcial, ae fija el
presenta adicto en tusar iaible de la
Secretarla del Tribunal boy alas (101
------. ;_ I -^-- -" de Abril da mil noeeeientoi cincuenta T
concurso, la Cervecera Nacional |uno (I9ii), a,, ,i ,,rmio da treinta,
que levantar un magnifico Jar- coi da, y copia, del miam* a* pone*
din- la CU de PrOdUCtOS Nes-'a dlapoalelon ** la parte intareaada pa-
tl; la Cia C. O. Mason 8.A.. La vMc.m. eo. >.. formalidad*
Cia Armour; el Ingenio Santa f-
Rosa: la Universal Export Cor- ,r. ic.uiu, Zurita
i poratlon (Chesterfield); McMi- n "'"'; ...
! Han and Eagan y Cia. 'Carros < t*___Z"*
Ford y Mercury); Industria Li- Col Abril im,
corera de Coln; Ron Carta j... a Crriii*
I Vieja. er.ttrt*.


VIERNES. ABRIL 2. 1951
D. rANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIE!!
SOCIALES DE COLON

Fer JUDI1H BERTUNCINI
Apartido 43*
Apartado ltM
Felicitacin i Felicitacin
En ei dia de ayer celebr sus I El lunes 16 de los corrientes
natales el seor don Sherman; festej su cumpleaos la nia
C. Brooks. Con tal motivo nos Patricia Bonansso. Hasta la clu-
es grato enviarle nuestras sin- dad de Pars, en donde reside
ceras felicitaciones y nuestros con sus padres, le hacemos lle-
mejores deseos porque
muchos anos ms.
celebre
Tambin celebr ayer un ao
ms de vida la seora Jannlce
de Brooks. Hasta Balboa, en
donde reside, le hacemos llegar
nuestro cordial saludo de feli-
citacin.
Hospitalizada
En el dia de ayer fue opera-
da en el Hospital Santo Toms,
de la ciudad capital, la seo-
ra doa Cristina de Vankwar-
tel. Que se restablezca pronto
son nuestros mejores deseos.
gar nuestro saludo de felicita-
cin.
Concierto en el Abel Bravo
Esta ciudad tendr la opor-
tunidad de oir una vez mis a
nuestra Orquesta Sinfnica Na-
cional, en un gran concierto
de Msica Norteamericana el
dia 14 de mayo en el aula
mxima del colegio Abel Bravo,
Como atraccin etpecial, la
orquesta presentar como ar-
tista-husped al connotado pia-
nista colonense Ray. Cox en la
famosa interpretacin de la
Rapsodia Azul de Gershwin.

SaMolds
precursor de la
prodioodor
encantes '
I Ov hermoso es el efecto etcul-
tvral y seductor que usted obtiene
con los trajes do bono SeoMolds!
Y id que decir de su elepente
estilo y extraordinario confort.
De Nyralen elstico pera mayor
control del tallo. En atrayentes
colores. 32 al 38.
..,edu" ra/# -, w-n.
ct,.sUMlas)e.r.n-, b,U.-
DE VENTA EN:
Flix B. Maduro, S.A.
Chez Margot La Villa de Pars
Motta's (Panam-Coln)
Almacn La Parisin
Ofelia de Navarro (David)
Agentes:
Irving; Zapp Company, S.A.
Tel. 2-2935 Panam
PAGINA SIETI
No podr celebrarse reunin
de los Cancilleres de los
Cuatro Grandes sin temario
DESPEDIDA A UN DIPLOMTICO. Una animada recepcin fue ofrecida ayer en la Emba-
jada de Chile para despedir al seor Alfonso Vicua, del personal de esa representacin, quien
regreso, a sn tierra natal. Aparece en la foto un grupo de los distinguidos asistentes a este
acto social.
Reina de Venezuela
ha revolucionado
a Nueva York
NUEVA YORK, Abril 20 (UP)
Luisa Ouardla Machado,
'Reina" de los cadetes venezo-
lanos enviados a Nueva Lorie
para asistir a la Inauguracin
ce la estatua de Bolvar, ha
llamado poderosamente la aten-
cin dondequiera que va en
Nueva York.
En pocos das que ha estado
en esta ciudad, ya ha sida en-
trevistada y fotografiada por
los representantes de la cono-
cida revista "Ufe" y se le nan
tomado cintas cinematogrficas
para su transmisin por tele-
visin, Tambin ha sido entre-
vistada por la "RCA Vctor',
que transmiti sus palabras a
Venezuela.
La "Reina", est acompaada
por ocho damas de honor," ta:r.-
bln bellezas venezolanas, oon
Carmen Cecilia Serr, Aurora
Troconls, Beatri Correa, Doliy
Corrales, Betty Lou Fisher, Oa-
sina Diez, Miriam Baiz y Va-
lentina Garca Galindo.
La Seorita Guardia Macha-
do ser coronada en un baile
que dar el Consulado Gem ral
de Venezuela el Viernes en no-
nor de los cadetes.
'
*
Se pide suspender
el tratamiento
al Dr. Laureano
RIO DE JANEIRO, abril 20.
(UP) Stevan Durovlc, des-
cubridor del "Kreblozen" pidi
urgentemente a los mdicos que
suspendan todos los tratamien-
tos a la victima de cncer Dr.
Napoleao Laureano y que espe-
ren sus instrucciones antes de
aplicar la segunda serie del
suero.
Laureano, quen es un canee
rlogo, recibi un telegrama del
Cnsul del Brasil en Chicago
anoche, diciendo que Durovlc
nabla pedido urgentemente lo
siguiente: 1) Que se le evien in-
formes diarlos sobre las reac-
ciones del paciente. 2) Que se
suspendan todos los tratamien-
tos Incluyendo radioterapia y
Rayos X- 3) Que no se le apli-
que ms "Kreblozen" hasta re-
cibir rdenes de Durovlc.
maestro para dividir el gigan-
tesco "trust" de la inaus..<
qumica I. G. Farben en nuevo
unidades independientes.
Los detalles de sta "descar-
telizacin" que afectar el 30
por ciento del activo de 69
compaas de la Farben, fueou
esbo ados en una nota envia-
da al Canciller de Alemania
Occidental, Konrad Adenaue:-,
por los Altos Comisionados de
fcstados Unidos, Francia y Oran
Bretaa.
Con ese plan se ha puctu
fin al cuartel de la Industria de mensaje norcoreano, com bs
productos qumicos, que abar- anteriores, expone las deman-
ca muchas otras fases de la Idas de los comunistas sobre re-
industria Germana. tiro de las fuerzas de la ONU
WASHINGTON, Abril 20
(USISi El Secretario de li-
tado Dean Acheson considera
que seria muy difcil celebrar
una conferencia de ministro.; de
relaciones exteriores de Gran
Bretaa, Francia, Estados Uni-
dos y la Unin Sovitica si r.o
se obtiene previamente un a-
cuerdo sobre el temario.
Acheson expres esta creen-
cia en respuesta a preguntas
5uc se le hicieron en una con-
ferencia de prensa. Indic que
las reuniones sin previo tema-
rio jams han resultado muy
provechosas, pues en ellas la
mayor parte del tiempo se de-
dica a discusiones sobre la a-
genda.
Expres Acheson la opinin
de que podra acordarse un te-
mario s no se tratar de de-
lormarlo. Actualmente los re-
presentantes de los ministros
de relaciones exteriores se toa-
rn en Pars en un intento por
preparar un temarlo.
En respuesta a otras pregun-
tas, Achesoh dijo:
1. Que cree, como el Presi-
dente Truman, que el vehemen-
te deseo de los gobiernos de
Estados Unidos y el Japn es
concluir pronto un tratado de
paz;
2. Que el ltimo mensaje nor-
coreano para las Naciones U-
nidas est todava en procesa
de traduccin en la sede de Us
Naciones Unidas El mensaje es
largo y est en ruso; (Informes
extraoficiales decan que el
de Corea >;
3. Que Estados Unidos ha ox.-
vado un aide-memoire a la
embajada de Irn, asegurn-
dole al gobierno de aquel pas
que nada hay en las actale*
conversaciones angloamericanas
que pueda preocupar a Irn, ni
a ningn otro pals en el mis
leve grado.
No podrn retirar
a dos pequeas de
la Zona del Canal
El Juez J. J. Hancock de la
Zona del Canal, firm ayer en
la tarde una orden a la Sra.
Barbara Pacheco de la ciudad
de Panam, de sacar a sus Jjs
pequeas hijas de la Zona el
Canal.
* La Sra- Pacheco, empleada del
Hospital Gorgas, se encuenUa
hospedada en el Hotel Tiv.>:i
desde el Martes con sus dos hl-
Jltas, de cuatro y dos aos de
edad, y deban salir maana a
bordo del barco Panam
La orden fu expedida a peti-
cin de la firma de abogan js
Van 81clen. Ramrez y de Ca?-
2m*cSZKii^Sw.-c&5K.t>. -ulenes "presentan al *v-
io de Birbo. Compre eslo Initfditmti en 1 poso de la Sra. Pacheco, OAC-
SS"idE,r'?l,i ti-^'i^e^SS P*r Pacheco, empleado elvi ea
kujt i* cmmw> to^ui*^ Albrook Field.
fiSuelu con tite remedio jaro, fieil
barato: Un cuarto litro de atua, una cucha.
Truman revela sus
planes polticos
para el ao 1952

WASHINGTON, Abril 20 (UP)
El Presidente Truman "revs-
l" sus plas polticos para
1952 ano de elecciones pre-
sidenciales pero slo hasta e)
extremo de declarar que se sen-
tir muy satisfecho de asistir
a la Convencin Nacional del
Partido Demcrata, sea cual
fuere el lugar en que se celebre.
Walter Annenberg, propieU -
rio del "Philadelphia Inquire!-"
y presidentes de la Comisin de
Vecinos de Filadlfia, que tra-
ta que las convenciones de les
partidos polticos se celebren a-
111, visit al Presidente Traman
para ofrecerle la ciudad como
sede de la Convencin Dem-
crata.
Truman, que hasta el mo-
mento no ha revelado cuales
son sus planes polticos paia
el futuro, se limit a decir
Annenberg que estaba dispuesto
a asistir a la convencin de su
partido en cualquier ciudad que
se celebre.
El Presidente no dijo si ira
como simple delegado, o como
aspirante a la candidatura p.e-
sldenclal.
1 acabado perfecto de un maquillaje perfectoEl Lpiz Labial Yardley.
Brillantes y atrayentes colores. Sin igual por su acabado
i y finsimo. Tiene como base una firme pomada que no e corre
i mancha (sumamente esencial en climas clidos).
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STERLING***
M PIECE a reunir el juego com-
pleto de cubiertos de plata maciza
esterlina Chantilly de Gorham -
una preciosidad-adquiriendo pri-
mero el de seis piezas: cucliura,
tenedor, cuchillo, cucharilla, tene-
dor de ensalada y cuchillo de la
mantequilla. Cuesta menos de lo
que usted se imagina.
Y para guardar l.i- piezas del
juego completo, Gorham ofrece
esle lujoso estuche tie caoba, ele-
gantemente forrado, para 132 pie-
zas. Dispositivo especial para loi
chillos. Comience
hoy a reunir el
bellaimo jue-
go completo de
Gorham.

lubricndolo
con regularidad
Pero recuerde que un simple "engr.se" no protege
su automvil debidamente contra el desgeste
prematuro. Todas las estaciones de servicio, que
ostentan el valo ESS O, estn pro. is tas de guias
de lubricacin que indican a los engrasadores la
clase exacta de lubricacin que su modelo de
automvil requiera. Cuando llegue la hora de
"engrasar" su carro, busque el ralo SSO para
obtener una lubricacin especialixada, tal como lo
indica la Gula de Lubricacin ESS O.
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f AGINA .... ... -------
Coln y Panai
Es uno de los Clsicos de la Justa
Chinqu-Darin y Veraguas-Bocas los
otros dos juegos del torneo de bisbol
n.
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
tlRNES, BRIL"M,~)Mf
Campeonato
Destacados Exponentes Del Boxeo
Amateur De Coln Se Presentan Hoy
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, Chitre
G. P. PJe.
PANAMA ........- J !*
Herrera ............. \ f6
Coln................. 5 -1*
Bocas del Toro .... 4 Z bbb
Ctiiriu............*
Cocl ................ I
Darin ............... 3 4 .428
Veraguas ..........2 zj*
Los Suitea ........... I l*l
San Blas .......... 7 m
Juego de Hoy
(dl.l t PANAMA
SAN BLAS ts LOS SANTOS
HERRERA ts BOCAS
Partidos de maana
CHiRIQCI ts DARIEN
VERAGUAS ts BOCAS
COLON ts PANAMA
Resultado de Ayer
Cocl 13San Blas >
Veraguas ts Los Santo
Herrera 6Darin 1
CHITRE, Abril 20 (Por S. iTal-
di)__Otro de lo* partidos clasi-
cos del VIII Campeonato Nacio-
nal de Baseball Amateur, que
se est desarrollando en el Es-
tadio Rico Cedeo, de esta ciu-
dad, se ofrecer maana cuando
midan fuerias los fuertes equi-
pos de Coln y Panam.
Los Colonenses que todava
mantienen su opcin, por lo
menos al subcampeonato, nece-
sitan triunfar maana para me-
jorar sn oportunidad, ya que con j
una nueTa derrota quedarn
excluidos de los dos primeros
puestos.
El equipo de Panama cumpli-
r su compromiso ms difcil y
de ganar prcticamente se ase-
gurar el campeonato.
Este encuentro ha llamado
poderosamente la atencin y se
pronostica un encuentro reid-
simo. ,
Por el equipo de Panama lan-
zar D. Salinas (1-0) y por Co-
ln C. Adamson (1-1).
En los otros dos partidos del
programa de maana en Chitre,
medirn fuerzas los equipos de
Chiriqui y Darin y Veraguas
vs Bocas del Toro, los cuales
prometen tambin resultar muy
interesantes.
Para el domingo el calenda-
rio se ha reformado, en un in-
tento de finalizar en esa fecha
el Campeonato, y se han anun-
ciado los Juegos San Blas vs
Panam. Darlen ts Los Santos,
Cocl ts Herrera y Bocas del
Toro. Tambin se ha informado
que el domingo a las 3 de la
tarde chocarn en un partido
amistoso y a beneficio de las
Delegaciones participantes, los
equipos de Herrera y Panama.
En caso de un empate en el
primer lugar, siempre que per-
diera algn Juego el equipo de
Panam y Herrera ganara to-
dos sus compromisos pendien-
tes, entonces dicho juego seria
oficial para decidir el Campeo-
nato.
Dificultades en el
ftbol colonense
Mario Gamett Tuvo Que Entrar ^JST
Reidos Prometen Resultar Los
Tres Partidos De Maana En El
Ftbol Infantil de Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Fotbol Infantil de Barraxa)
G. E. P. Pts
Guayaquil ............ 1
Dep. Pern ....... 1
Angellni .......... 1
Selecta .......
Fuerte 25 .............
Independiente ....''
Santander ........
Tauros .-.........
n
1
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l
El Pern que marcha Invicto
y empatado con el Guayaquil
en el primer puesto, tratara de
continuar sin derrotas y mejo-
ror su puntuacin para quedar
solo en el comando.
Los tres partidos que ofrecer
maana el Torneo Infantil de
Ftbol de Barraza que dirige
Tem Molina, estarn a cargo de
Fuerte 25 ts Independiente
Tauros ts Angelini
Santander ts Pern
El actual estado de los equi-
pos nos Indica la importancia de
estos encuentros, donde sus re-
sultados podrn provocar lmpor
tantes cambios en la colocacin
de los oncenos.
El Angellni por su parte tie-
ne tambin opcin de subir ai
puesto de honor, siempre que
pierda o empate el Pern. Los
otros oncenos que juegan ma-
ana, el Fuerte 25, Independien-
te, Tauros y Santander, que
marchan empatados en el gru-
no de retaguardia, lucharan pa-
ra pasar al segundo lugar y
alejarse del stano.
El primer Juego del programa
da maana comenzar a las 2
de la tarde en el cuadro de Ba-1
rraza, y todos los partidos pro-
meten Interesantes alternativas
por las fuerzas balanceadas de
los oncenos rivales.
Por CARLOS A. TAMAVO
(Continuacin)
En la siguiente sesin es elec-
to el seor Adolfo Masdeu, este
por medio de una carta rehusa
el cargo. Continua el seor Car-
los Brustmayer encargado de la
Presidencia: los Representantes
en un nuevo intento eligen al
seor Isaac Miller como Presl-
dente, ste acepta el puesto, los
juegos regulares del Campeona-
to rovlnclal no tuvieron inte-
rrupcin, finalizando el Campeo-
nato. El Municipio entreg a la
Liga los Cuatrocientos Balboas
(B.400,00) asignados al futpoi:
se giraron Trescientos Balboas
(B 300.001 al seor Isaac Miller
que se encontraba en la Herma-
na Repblica del Ecuador, para
que comprara Implementos de-
portivos tales como Balones, Ca-
misetas, Medias, Pantaloneros
etc. para los equipos que ya ten-
dan a desaparecer; llegaron los
artculos por medio del Depar-
tamento de Educacin Fsica,
para este tiempo ya se haba
Jugado el Campeonato Nacional.
El valor de las compras por el
seor Miller ascendi a la suma
de Doscientos Balboas con se-
senta y cinco centclmos B.202,-
5! adems la Liga mando a
imprimir 1000 papeles de reem-
plazo de jugadores v mil (luuui
planillas de Inscripciones de ju-
gadores en triplicado por un va-
lor de cuarenta y ocho balboas
(B.48.00), Dos Trofeos por valor
de noventa Balboas (B.90.00),
Un Cronmetro de ftbol por
valor de once balboas con cin-
cuenta centclmos (B.11.50.)
El da veinte de Junio la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol se dirigi
rjor medio de una carta al Club
Los Tigres, pidindole donar un
Trofeo para disputar en la pri-
mera Categora. y-,con esto ayu-
daran a la lutha contra la de-
lincuencia. Para este tiempo en
el seno de la Liga se hablan re-
gistrado dos renuncias, una del
seor Gerardo Oulro y la otra
del seor ngel Blanco, que con
anterioridad desempeaba el
puesto de Vocal; los Represen-
tantes no nombraron nuevos
dignatarios; el seor Tesorero
ya no asista a las sesiones
irregularidad muy perjudicial,
por que tambin dej de asistir
a los partidos para los efectos
de la recaudacin.
(Continuara
Otra Vez Como Bombero Para
Salvar Al Equipo de Herrera
CHITRE, Abril 20 (UP)El
equipo de Cocl se impuso ayer
al de San Blas por anotacin
de 13 carreras a 8 en el Octavo
Campeonato Nacional de Base-
ball Amateur, en un Juego
donde los ganadores pasaron
gran susto al empatar los ma-
chis en el cuarto episodio con
un triple de J. Avis. En este epi-
sodio salt el lanzador A. Es-
cobar y entro Pedreschi quien
se adjudic el triunfo. El perde-
dor fu A. Lpez quien relevo
a G. de Sedas.
La novena de Veraguas derro-
t a Los Santos por anotacin
de 7 carreras a 1. Los ganadores
conectaron un total de 9 indis-
cutibles al lanzador perdedor M.
Velasco, mientras que el pitcher
R. Tejada controlaba la batera
contraria que solamente pudo
dispararle cinco incoglbles.
El equipo de Herrera tambin
paso gran susto frente a la no-
vena del Darin cuando en el
quinto se emparejaron las accio-
nes a una carrera. En dicho
episodio entr Mario Gamett
como bombero y apag el fuego.
El lanzador darienlta P. Cba-
nos lanz buena pelota hasta el
quinto episodio y mantuvo a los
fuertes toleteros herreranos a
un solo lncogible. Una mala de-
cisin del arbitro en contra del
Darin hizo posible que los he-
rreranos anotaran tres carreras,
para ganar por anotacin de 8
carreras a 1.
Gim. Everardo Nez
COLON, Abril 20Interesantes
cartillas de Boxeo Amateur se
celebrar esta noche en el Gim-
nasio "Everardo Nez" de es-
ta ciudad, con la participacin
de los ms destacados pgiles
aficionados.
El programa sin lugar a du-
das ha llamado la atencin de
todos los fanticos de la Costa
Atlntica, pues se vern en ac-
cin pugilistas de gran cora-
zn y consistencia luchando
desde la primera campanada
hasta la ltima por conquistar
la victoria.
La cartilla que se llevar a
! cabo esta noche es la siguiente:
; Eduardo Weather ts C. Martnez
105 libras
Dividieron Honores Ayer
Los Gigantes y Los Bravos
A. Rodrguez ts H. Jones
135 libras-
Marcial Molinar ts Jos Edwin
132 libras
Phoebus Apollo Debe
Ganar jLa Estelar De
Maana en J. Franco
Por RDEME
Los ejemplares de la Clase "B" se medirn en la carrera es-
telar que presenta la cartilla hpica sabatina sobre una distancia
do 1,300'metros y por un premio de BA 750.00. mrrmrm ._..
Seis caballos se encuentran Inscritos en esta <*" entra
los cuales resalta el potro Phoebus Apollo-que en t* a8lo
ser conducido por el "Tanque" Agulrre. Tambin se presenta-
r con bastante opcin Llnney Head, que llevar encima al jine-
te chileno J. Contreras. Reaparece en esta carrera Avenue Koaa
despus de varias semanas de descanso. Completan eUMeWj
lscallto que muy bien puede dar la gran sorpresa. Newmlnster 7
Alto Alegre.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos: -i!--------
EN LA PRIMERA CARRERA, se destaca Tin Tan. Torca
"""EN lTseguS- CARRERA, Hechicera es nuestra eacoglda.
Caaveral es un contendor peligroso. ;____ .-.-_
EN LA TERCERA CARRERA, Tully Baba se destaca. Tapo-
nazo puede dar la gran sorpresa. ___
EN LA CUARTA CARRERA, Pon La Olla y Callejera son loa
ms sabresallentes del lote.
EN LA QUINTA CARRERA, Phoebus Apollo.
EN LA SEXTA CARRERA, Paragon debe imponerse. Cobra-
dor para el segundo lugar. ._. ._ ..'....j
EN LA SPTIMA CARRERA, Apprise es nuestra escogida.
enENLA OCTAVA CARRERA, Olive Blossom debe galoparlos.
Alfonslto es serio contendor.
EN LA NOVENA CARRERA, Pulgarcito nos gusta otra vea.
Curaca ser, peligroso adversarlo.
EN LA DECIMA CARRERA, Beach Sun y Silver Fox se des-
UCaEN LA UNDCIMA CARRERA, Protn es nuestro escogido.
Lollto para el segundo lugar._________________________________
M. Preseott vs I. Martines
119 libras
Herbert Douglas ts Pedro Tesis
127 libras
El Ftbol Capitalino Inaugura
El Domingo Su emporada
El prximo domingo se Inau-
gurar la Temporada de Cam-
peonato del Ftbol Capitalino
con un atractivo Programa q'ie
se desarrollar en las horas d2
la tarde en el Estadio Olmpi-
co, bajo la direccin de la L(;a
Provincial.
Los fuestes equipos Ibrico y
Pacfico, campen y subcam-
pen del pasado ao, tendrn
u cargo el Juego de apertu-
ra del Torneo de la Divisin
Mayor, y este ser el nico par-
tido del Programa.
El acto comenzar a las 2 y
45 de la tarde con el tradicio-
nal desfile donde participaran
los seis equipos de primera y
os siete de segunda debidamen-
te uniformados acompaados
de sus directores, madrinas y
mascotas. Izar la bandera el
Vlce-Presldente de la Liga, Dr-
Social Deportiva
Enviamos nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones al entusiasta de-
portista Crispin Mendoza Jr. y
Celia L. Sandoval de Mendoza,
quienes contrajeron matrimonio
anteayer. Que la dicha y la
comprensin los a c o m panen
siempre en su nuevo hogar.
Alberto Blssot, y el Discurso de
apertura lo pronunciar el 53-
or Presidente de dicha enti-
dad Dr. Juan Nicosia.
Tambin se entregarn .os
Trofeos a los equipos Pacifico,
ganador de la Serle "Panlzl y
Torre' y Ambato vencedor del
Torneo Dltranl.
En el Campeonato de la divi-
sin mayor se disputarn e.
torneo, Ibrico, Pacifico, Ancn,
Hispano, Huracn y DltranL en
la segunda categora Justan
Ambato, Santander, Ancn Jr.
Pacfico de 2a. Alemn, Hispano
jr. y Amrica.
Servicio de la Prensa Unid
BOSTON,Un sencillo de Earl
Torgerson en la dcima entrada
produjo la carrera que dl el
triunfo por 13 a 12 de los Bra-
vos sobre los Gigantes en el se-
gundo Juego celebrado ayer des-
pus que el neoyorquino Jim
Hearn haba obtenido el triunfo
en el primero por anotacin de
4 carreras a 2.
San Jethroe dl dos Jonrones
y Walker Cooper uno en el se-
gundo desafio que Monte Irvln
empat en el octavo al dar un
Jonrn con las bases llenas.
El primer Juego fu dominado
por Hearn quien tambin con-
tribuy con una carrera.
El baseball ayer en las Gran-
Harry Willis
gan a Spalding
en tennis ayer
En otro partido bien reido;
Elegibles
A. Plummer vs Jos Morales
L. Weather ts G. Castillo
127 libras-
des Ligas tuvo poca actividad
Los Cachorros de Chicago blan- i
quearon a los Rojos de Clncl-1
natti por anotacin de 3 carreras ;
a 0 para obtener su segunda vlc- Los Precios de entradas sern
torla consecutiva sobre stos, de B.0.50,0.25 y 0.10.
Paul Mlnner permiti solamente
siete Incoglbles a los Rojos.
El juego FladeMla-Brooklyn
fu pospuesto por lluvia.
El la Liga Americana sola-
mente se celebr un desafo, ya
que tres de los partidos anun-
ciados fueron pospuestos por
lluvia.
En el nico choque celebrado
! r^m^oo? "Tw; brrt la "randrosa""flesta en l
i^lT^co^ll W, Pintoresco pueblo d, campana
primera ocasin anaron por 17
Maana se inician
las fiestas en el
pueblo de Campana
Con gran entusiasmo se cele-
Citation reapareci en
la pista y lleg tercero
derrotarlo en una prueba celebrada en el Hipdromo de esta
ciudad en una carrera celebrada antier. .'1 ___
Citation inaUs tercero, detrs de "Pancho Supreme" u
ocup el segundo puesto. Esta es la primera Tcique Citation
llega tercero. En sus 38 presentaciones ha ganado J9 veces, mien-
tras que ha finalizado segundo en nacre ocarienes.
El jinete SteTe Brooks, quien monto a Citation, dijo ue el
caballo se estaba desempeando muy bien para los finales. Mien-
tras que su entrenador Jimmy Jones informo que dar a cono-
cer hoy su opinin obre la carrera del caballo.
a 3. Alfonso Carrasquell conec-
t en este partido 3 hits, dos
de ellos dobles. Marvin Rotblatt
gan su primer Juego en las
Grandes Ligas fcilmente.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1TIN TAN
2CAAVERAL
3TULLY SABA
4MALAYA
5P. APOLLO
6TIP TOP
7BENDIGO
8ALFCWSITO
9CANTACLARO
10SILVER FOX
el tenista Harry Willis se Im-
puso a Howard Spalding por la
anotacin de 3-6, 6-2 y 6-1 en
el torneo de tennis por la Copa
Spalding. ,
Numeroso pblico presencio
este desafio en el cual Willis de- ,
mostr gran superioridad en los, 11BATAN
finales del ltimo set para po-,
der alcanzar el triunfo.
Este torneo continuar hoy |
con el partido entre los tenistas
Fran ladky vs George Maduro;
maana sbado se enfrentan
Rogelio Alfaro vs M. Chandwich.
El domingo Juegan:
A las 8.15 a.m. Bill Hele vs
Myron Fisher. '
A las 9.30 a.m. Julio Plnllla vs
el ganador del Juego entre Al-
aro-Chadwlck.
A las 10.30 a.m. Harry Willis
vs el ganador del partido entre
Hladky-Maduro.
A las 4 p.m. George Motta
contra el ganador del Juego Pe-
relra vs A. Maduro.
Este torneo deber terminar
el domingo 29 de los Corrientes
Torcaza
Hechicera
Taponazo
Avlvato
Newmlnister
Paragon
Apprise
Lightning
Curaca
(e) Valeblza
Lollto
Da 21, gran baile de gala con
la renombrada Orquesta "Melo-
das del Pacifico".
Dia 22, gran partido de base-
ball entre ptica Sosa de la ca-
pital y el equipo local.
Por este medio quedan Invita-
dos todos los Deportistas y ami-
gos del pintoresco pueblo de
Campana.
La Comisin.
Con las autoridades
deportivas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de an Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
Descubrimiento Glandular
Que Restaura El Vigor
Lo. W Ptfeeo d. pWJta M Ti- dular. r^*j*^Z
or, nerviosidad, cuerpo dbil y que
est* prematuramenle envejecido y
desgastados, recibirn con alegra la
noticia de un nuevo descubrimiento
Kundular, hecho por un medico amer-
ano.
Coa eate nuevo descubrimiento os
posible restaurar rpida y fcilmente
el vigor de sus glndulas y de su cuer-
po 7 hacer qua an corto tiempo se
sienta usted como un hombre nuevo.
Bn efecto, este nuevo descubrimiento
Iue es una medicina casera e. forma
t tabletas agradables y fciles de to-
saar. Dona (la g las oneraclonea glaa-
___iple ------------------------
vigor y energa rpidamente, da ma-
nera natural.
El ilto de este descubrimiento sor-
prendente llamado Varko ha sido tan
grande en los Estados Unidos, que
hoy se vende aqu en toda las far-
macias y botlc. En otraa palabra*.
Varko har que usted se sienta lleno
de vigor v energa, y afloe ms Joven.
Un frasco de t Varko especiales, de
__ a fuerza doble, ones-
Varko *
Da-mol-. Ve/or r VHmlld**
La alegra del hogar..
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la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y 9a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
Q
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
f?'toc'iomo de
a PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
Evento Principal Del Sbado
5a. Carrera "B" Importados 654 Fgs.
Premio: B..'. 750.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
J. MARISCALITO........Jos Rodrguez 104
2. UNNEY HEAD........../. Contreras 121
3. ISEWMINSTER.............E. Surera 105
4. ALTO ALEGRE............R. Trejos 104
5. PHOEBIS APOLLO....... B. Aguirre 119
6. AVENVE ROAD.............C. Rui* 124
Carrera Estelar Del Domingo
5a. Carrera "A" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/. 1,000.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
i. (PIISARD.........------Jos Rodrigue 119
2. (DICTADOR........ ------J- Contreras 107
3. RATHLIIS LIGHT...........- Meno 99x
4. WELSH LOCH.............K.Flores 119
5. MAIN ROAD...............E. ro 10


TORNES, ABRIL 20, 19S1
^ P*\HAMA AMERICA -DIARIO miUJUlUlWU
PAGINE
La Liga Social de Softball present
este ao una de las mejores temporadas
La Liga Social de softball ce-
rr con gran Jubilo su tempo-
rada de este ao el Mircoles
en la noche con la presenta-
cin de premios a los equipos
y jugadores que se hicieron a-
creedores a ellos por su actua-
cin en el campeonato.
Numeroso pblico presenci
esta ceremonia en la cual se
rindi homenaje tambin al
Presidente de este circuito 8r.
Felipe Motta, por su dinamismo
en la empresa finalizada.
El equipo de la Polica reci-
bi el trofeo como campen de
1951, mientras qu' el ptica
Sosa el de subcampe^n y el A-
lemn Jr. el del tercer lugar.
En el partido celebrado como
cierre oficial de estas hostilida-
des los campeones de la Poli-
ca' volvieron a demostrar sus
quilates venciendo a un combi-
nado de la Liga que se le en-
frent por anotacin de 5 ca-
rreras a 0.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Damos a continuacin nues-
tros pronsticos hpicos para
las carreras de maana sbado
en Juan Franco:
laTORCAZA... nos g u 8 ta
para repetir su triunfo...Qon-
den Babe la semana pasada fa-
llaron ; 2aCACIQUE... ahora
no est Opex...Caaveral, .ya
es tiempo que tumbre la caa;
3aTULLY SABA... otra ms
para Contreras... Mandinga...
enemiga de mayor cuidado de
la Tully; 4aAVIVATO.. fjese
bln en el nombre y en el Jinete
que lo monta...Pon la Olla...a
quien van a cocinar; 5aPROE-
BUS APOLLO como corri en el
clsico robar... Mariscan to...
el que es bueno ee bueno; 6a
PARAGON", .por su ltima nos
gusta...Tip Top...que estarn
laneando con ste; 7aBEN-
>IOO...es difcil que el Tanque
abra y cierre... Bosforo., esta
como la miel 8aALFONSITO
suficiente tiempo para que ga-
ne... Olive Blossom... si alquln
llega segundo ser ste... 9a
CURACA...u anterior la gan
de atrs y -lindose en tiro
ms corto...Pulgarcito., .puede
sorprender a nuestro escogido...
10aSILVER FOX (e)...vere-
mos s con el tuerto sucede igual
?|ue con Iglesias...Hanna...que
a tiran, que no la tiran...lia
BATAN ... sigue cosechando
triunfos... Loto...peligra por
el peso.
El Comandante Primer Jefe
de la Polica Nacional, Coronel
Jos Antonio Remn Cantera,
Inform a nuestro colega Too
de Sedas, que el equipo de la
Polica Nacional lria este ao
la justa Provincial.
Torneo de ajedrez
habr el domingo
Todos los Jugadores de aje-
drez en el Istmo, y especialmen-
te los ajedrecistas del Club Pa-
nameo de Ajedrez, quedan In-
vitados a una tarde de ajeisz,
planeada por el Club Pacifico
de Ajedrez, que tendr lugar
el domingo 22 de abril de 11/51
en el Clubhouse Pacifico a las
6:00 p.m. Habr partidos entre
los visitantes y miembros del
club. El evento especial de la
tarde ser la presentacin de
premios a los ganadores del se-
gundo torneo nter-club.
Premios por el torneo fueron
obsequiados por: Sidney A.
Young, Autos Omphroy S- A.
Hoquee Insurance Co., Fuller
Jewelry Store, Angellnl Licores,
Gill Bus Co- St Store, Zapatera
Casa Dalla, Almacn 25 Centa-
vos, Caf Pepsl Cola, Teatro En-
canto y Cervecera Nacional.
El torneo termin como sigue:
CLASE "B"
Livington Johnston, Claudia
B. de Thomas, Renold Barbar,
Van McCleod, Ernesto Taylor,
Earl McKesey, Lancelot Llewe-
lyn.
CLASE "C"
Hatherton Sterrett, Phillip
rioblnson, Goldbourne Carter,
Claude Forbes, Wesley Jones,
Theodore Jemmott, Guillermina
George "Tuty" Fergus.
Los directores del torneo fue-
ron los seores Vajds, Alvin
Williams, Vernal Jones, Adol-
phus Holder, Sidney A. Young,
Her bert Anderson, Cuthbert
Bourne y Clyde Com Cumber-
batch.
La actuacin del novato DA-
VID VASQUEZ, como el lanzador
por la Provincia d Los Santos
lo est catalogando como uno
de los primeros lanzadores del
Torneo Nacional de Baseball
Amateur. Vasquez, un muchacho
natural de La Villa, que jams
ha sabido lo que, es-vn entrena-
dor de Bjuebalt aujz4 por el
desprecio que glardannueitras
Autoridades Deportivas con LA
VILLA DE LOS SANTOS, ofreci
una brillante labor en el mont-
culo frente \ rivales de quilates
como Chirlqui, a quien venci, y
frente a Coln con quien perdi
permitiendo a los Colonenses un
solo lncogible de piernas, pero
los desastres de su cuadro le
costaron la derrota. Enviamos
por este medio de esta' columna
nuestras felicitaciones al-novato
Vsquez, y lo exhortamos que
contine su lucha con inters
que pronto ser el o"rgullo de
La Villa."
Cierran maana las
Inscripciones para la
temporada de basket
Por Achet
Maana quedarn cerradas
las inscripciones para la tem-
porada' de Baskteball de 19il
de la Provincia de Panam- Lat,
Inscripciones son para las ca-
tegoras mayor masculina y le-
menina y para la 2a. categora
.masculina. Existe gran inters
por saber cuantos equipos se
disputarn este ao el titulo de
la. que en la temporada paja-
da gan el Lord Chesterfield.
Por lo pronto es casi seguro
que compitan en el torneo los
equipos Lord Chesterfield, Mau-
ricio, Bam y Polica, nada se
sabe acerca del Cyrncs
que fu el otro conjunto que
tom parte en la contienda pa-
sada.
En la categora mayor feme-
nina se estn preparando los
equipos Sastrera Crdenas y el
Eva de Pern.
En la categora menor mas-i
cullna se espera que como to-
dos los aos una gran cantidad
de equipos se Inscriban.
Los interesados puede ver al
Tesorero de la Liga Sr. R-
mulo Gorrlchategul, en la Cer-
vecera Nacional, Avenida Nor-
te de 7 a.m- a 1 p.m.
El packard se juega est noche en el
Soft Comercial una carta importante
El atractivo partido que ofre-,
ce esta noche la contienda del
Softball Comercial estar a car-
ao del os equipos PACKARD e
ISTMEO.
El Juego como de costumbre
tendr lugar en el cuadro de \
Santa Rita comenzando a las;
7 y 30 p.m. y promete resultar!
Interesante, ya que ambos con-
juntos llevarn su mejor escua-
dra para obtener una ruidosa
victoria.
Los automovilistas se juegan
esta noche su opcin a la serle
final, ya que de perder queda-
rn eliminados. Los licoreros
por su parte lucharn para au-
mentar sus victorias y mejorar
su puntuacin.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
En vista de que ha sido declarada desierta la lici-
tacin celebrada el da 27 de Febrero de 1951 para la
construccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional, se notifi-
ca al pblico que hasta las 10 a.m. del da 18 de Maro
se recibirn propuestas en pliego cerrado en el despacho
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas para la construccin de
dicha obra.
Las ltimas especificaciones y planos podrn" obte-
nerse durante las horas hbiles, en la Seccin de Diseos
y Construcciones de este Ministerio, previo depsito de
B/200.00.
CELSO A. CARBONELL,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, Abril 18 de 1951.
Seor Rector: La Universidad
Necesita un Instructor Deportivo
Para desarrollar mejor labor
iducatlva-slca en nuestra m-
xima casa de estudios se nece-
clta la buena voluntad de las
autoridades a d m 1 n istratlvas,
profesores y alumnos parece
que eso es lo que falta en nues-
tra Universidad. No hay que
perseguir a los que se desviven
por conseguir en una forma
honesta (por medio de notas,
de critica constructiva, de gi-
ras de acercamiento etc.) me-
jores dias para los alumnos del
curso de Educacin Fsica; ni
tampoco debe decirse que no se
ama al curso por el solo hecho
de divulgar con lo que se traba-
ja y cmo se trabaja dentro de
la Universidad LA ASOCIACIN
DEPORTIVA (A.D.U.P.) tiene
delineado el plan a seguir en
el prximo ao escolar, lo Que
se puede hacer sin mucho dine-
ro y buena voluntad, y mejoras
para el curso de Educacin F-
sica antes de que comience el
desbande entre los alumnos del
curso- Hace unos dias el Presi-
dente de la Asociacin, Lie. Gil-
berto V a 1 d s B. tuvo conoci-
miento que de los nueve alum-
nos que quedaban en el curso
de Educacin Fsica, hay dos
que seguramente no volvern
este ao por el poco respaldo
que ha recibido el curso, y los
otros estn indecisos de conti-
nuar. De esos que restan hay
uno que posiblemente viaje a
los EE. UU. y otros que se cam-
bien de curso. Pedimos al Lie.
Valds, por ser la persona de
ms confianza, ponerse al ha-
bla con dichos companeros pa-
ra que desistan de estas Ideas
puesto que luchando es como se
consiguen las cosas.
Alumno Universitario: Inscr-
bete en. la Asociacin Deportiva
(Para Hombres y para Damas)
Nos complace que el colega
Jeremas Herrera haya traUdo
en su columna sobre la nota
enviada por el Rector, ha tra-
tado el asunto con verdadero
amor por las cosas de la Uni-
versidad- Tambin nos complace
que el compaero Amado Rive-
ra se refiri en sus escritos de
LOS MEJORES CARROS USADOS
y a Precios ms bajos
que en cualquier otra parte
LOS CONSIGUE USTED
en La
AGENCIA NASH
Muchas Marcas y Modelos
al Escoger
Tel. 2-1790 A una cuadra del Cruce TvoH
Los diez mejores bateadores en
el Campeonato Nacional de Base
CHITRE, Abril 20 (Corresponsal 8. Ivaldi).Los dies mejores
bateadores del Octavo Campeonato de Base Ball Aficionado Na-
cional, que se est verificando en Chitr, con un mnimo de 25
viajes oficiales al plato, son los siguientes:
VB.
R. Grenald (B.C.) ................ 26
P. Osorio (Her.) .................. 21
G. Calvo (C.).................... 24
V. Patino (Ver.) .................. 23
C. Castillo (Ver.) ................. 21
E. Osorio (Her.) .................. 2
J. Herrera (C.) ................... 24
G. Kenwles (Col.) ................ 29
O. Hardy (Col.) ................... 24
C. Wedderbnrn (Ch.) ............. 28
Los lanzadores que ms partidos han ganado en el actual
torneo son: B. Ortega, (Dar.) con tres perdidos: P. Ceballos
(Dar.), A. Lpez, H. Blau con tres cada uno. Ms ponchados re-
partidos: A. Chaves (Ch.), ba dado 32 bases por bolas; D. Vs-
uez (L.8.), ha lansado 15 episodios; J. Ortega (Dar.), ha lanza-
do 28 an tercio.
H PTJE.
13 509
9 529
19 417
9 391
8 381
11 379
9 346
10 345
8 333
9 321
El Chorrillo seguir
en Barraza sus
juegos de ftbol
Las competencias de Ftbol de
la Liga del Chorrillo continua-
ran en el campo de Barraza, al
conceder la Liga Provincial tres
dias a la semana el uso de di-
cho cuadro para que los Chorrl-
lleros sigan sus torneos.
El Delegado que envi la Liga
del Chorrillo a la sesin de ano-
che de la Liga Provincial para
solicitar el cuadro, fu el cro-
nista deportivo, Julio Maestre, y
tuvo feliz xito al obtener tres
dias a la semana, o sean los s-
bados, domingos y Jueves.
En esta forma, maana a las
4 de la tarde continuar el tor-
neo del circuito menor con el
Juego PRA vs WHINTER.
El domingo en la maana me-
dirn fuerzas los equipos del
circuito Mayor PRI vs NACIO-
NAL y CORONEL REMO*? vs
DEPORTIVO PERN.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
CLUB DEP. PACIFICO
Recuerda a todos sus miem-
bros la puntual asistencia a la
reunin de esta noche en su
local (altos del 5 Se 10) espe-
cialmente a los Jugadores de
los dos equipos de ftbol, por
los compromisos del prximo
domingo.
DEPORTIVO HISPANO
Tiene reunin esta noche a
las 8 en en lugar de costumbre
y por los Importantes que se
tratarn se solicita puntual a-
lstencla- Adems se Informa
a todos los socios que el lunes
tendr lugar la secln extraor-
dinaria de acuerdo con la re-
glamentacin de los Estatutos.
an columna de Football sobre
ei curso de Ed. Fsica. Nos a-
legra que se haya dado cuenta
que se necesita un asistente pu-
ra el profesor titular para que
este seor pueda desenvolverse
ms holgadamente y con toda
tranquilidad.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El Juei que auieribe. Tercero del Cir-
cuit do*'Panam, por medio del preaente.
EMPLAZA
A! eeSor GEORGE WALTER MOSS,
cuyo paradero actual a* daeconoct, pa-
ra qua dentro del termino da treinta (10)
dlai eontadoa daifa la tacha da la ulti-
ma publicacin de cita edicto, comp-
reme* a aeta Tribunal, por af o por me-
dio da apoderado, a fin da que haza va-
lar ui derecho* en al juicio da divor-
cio promovido an eit contra por Airi-
pina MArquea, advinindotele que al aef
o lo hiciera dentro del termino aipreee-
6V>, aa 1* nombrar un defeneor de an-
ente con qalen ae continuar el juicio,
l'or tanto, ae fija al preaente adicto
aa lunar publico da aeta Secretarla, hoz
doce de abril da mil noveclentoe cin-
cuenta j uno, 7 copla* del miimo ae
entregan a parta Intereeada para en
publicacin da conformidad con la Ley.
El Jut*.
XI Secretario.
(Fdo.) Rub*. D Crdoba
a fiel copla.
Panam. Abril lt de 1(11.
Cartea Iva Zallen
Srio.
PASTILLAS V/JCK
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
El amerito Secretario del Junado Pri-
mero Municipal del Diatrlto da Coln,
en funciona* da Ali-uaril Ejecutor,
AVISA AL PUBLICO:
qua ae ha enalarfn lae hnrai hhilee
del da die* (10) de- Hayo venidero,
para que ee verifique el remata de lo*
bienea retenido* an e*t* accin de Un-
tamiento con retencin de bfenaa pro
punta iir Pablo E. Prado contra Aune.
ti* lilair z Parsunaon. Lo. bienei ei
cueatin aon lo* que a continuacin aa
detallan:
1.Sill* de barbera, marea
"THRO A. KOCHB" ......BASO.00
1.Silla da barbaria, marca
"K1IREN"...............
1.Silla da barbarla, marca
"KORKN" (* mal altado)
1.Lmpara "NEON" da
cleloraao ...............
1.Abanico elctrico, marca
"NIHKI.' (regular tamao)
1.Eatanterla da barbarla con
do* aapejoa redondo* ....
SSilla* perada* en mal astado
(B/.2.00 c/u) ..........
1.Mocita da caoba ..........
1.Mquina da pelar No. (,
en mal eatado ............
ltTanque pera azua e*ll*nte
para uso de I* barbera ..
0.00
10.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
10.00
Total ..............B/.104.0U
La baia para al remata a* 1* sama de
DOSCIENTOS CUATRO BALBOA!
(B/.2O4.00), que es la que 1* ha *ido
aaisnada a loa blenee descritos por me
dio da peritos. Ser postura admialbie la
que cubra la* doa terceras (2/8) parte*
de la basa **A*lada para el remata, pre-
via consignation del cinco (6%) por
ciento de dicha base, ea 1* Secretaria
del Tribunal.
Slo ae admitirn posturas huta la
cuatro (4) de la tarda del da nena
lado p*ra el remate, > desde es* hora
en adelante, baaia laa cinco (t) da la
Urde del miamo da, aa oirn la* pujaa
Z repujas.
Fijado an la ciudad te Coln loa
trece <1) da* dal me* da Abril de
novecientos cincuenta y uno (19611
El Secretario en funcione* A
LA RECEPCIN EN HONOR DEL PRESIDENT
Club de Golf por el seor Cipriano Paz Rodri
Oil (Central Amrica), S.A., y Sra. de Paz Rod
fo Arias, Presidente de la Repblica y Sra. de
derecha: el seor Cipriano Paz Rodrguez, Su
lav Moore, presidente y gerente general de la
seor A. C. Fischofer, asistente del coordinador
dental. Esta recepcin fue ofrecida debido a
paas afiliadas de la Esso en Amrica Latina,
El Panam, y cerrar maana en la tarde con
el seor y Sra. Moore en honor de los delegado
E. En la recepcin ofrecida anoche en el
i:in-/, gerente de la Divisin de la Esso Standard
rguez, en honor de Su Excelencia el Dr. Arnul-
Arias; aparecen en la fotografa, de izquierda a
Excelencia el Presidente Arias, el seor S. Scol-
Esso Standard Oil (Centro Amrica), S.A., y el
de ventas para la Esso en el hemisferio occi-
la conferencia General de Gerentes de las Com*
la cual est teniendo sus sesiones en el Hotel
una comida que ser ofrecida en el Hotel por
s. -
"Semana sin Mircoles" es la
divertida comedia en la que
reaparecer Harold Lloyd
Considerada como una de las
ms graciosas y disparatadas
comedias Jams llevada al cine
en largos aos, "Semana sin
Mircoles", del sello RKO Ra-
dio, lleva a Harold Lloyd, el fa-
moso actor cmico, en el pa-
pel estelar del film, y nos pre-
senta a un individuo que com-
pra un circo en bancarrota, y
con un len hambriento, se de-
dica a visitar presidentes de
banco para levantar fondos con
que proseguir el negocio.
Antes de obtener lo que pre-
tende, el pnico se apodera de
los banqueros a quienes entre-
vista, y medio mundo se ve
complicado en sus andanzas,
persiguiendo al len, y creando
un verdadero tumulto cuando
nuestro hroe se ve, Junto con
un compaero de aventuras, y
Jackie el Len, colgando de la
cornisa del dcimo quinto piso
de un rascacielos. Pero son tan
disparadas esas aventuras, que
una carcajada sucede a la otra
haciendo de "Semana sin Mir-
coles' una de la ms hilarantes
comedias cinematogrficas-
Todos los problemas de nues-
tro hroe comienzan cuando
Harold Lloyd, tras vente aes
como tenedor de libros, se ve
despedido de su trabajo. Bajo
la direccin de un apostador de
carreras de caballos, agarra una
tremenda borrachera, gana una
iWm^miiumoa vidal'"- apostando a un caba-
llo, y la pierde comprando un
Es Fiel Copla.
JJ
TAPIOCA
PUDDING.
IRIQUISIMOS PUDINES DE TAPIOCAI
A un paquet* de Pudn Jell-O
de Tapioca (Chocolate, Vainilla,
o Naranja-Coco)
Se le agregan doa tazas de
lecho y
Se cocina unoa cinco minuto*.
|Eso es todo!
Es un postre excelente, que
guata y que ea muy econmico!
Compre tto magnifico* Pudines Jell-O
d* Tapiota y prubalos hoy mismo I
circo en estado de quiebra. La
pelcula sirve para el debut de
la linda estrella Frances Rams-
den, con la que Lloyd se casa
durante su "papalina". Jimny
Conlin encabeza el reparto se-
cundarla, integrado por los ms
graciosos artistas de Hollywood,
como Raymond Walburn, Edgar
Kennedy, Arllne Judge, Frank-
lin Pangborn, Lionel Stander y
Margaret Hamilton. "Semana
sin Mircoles" es un argumento
original de Preston Sturges, que
dirigi la pelcula.
Se estrenar el Jueves 26 en
el Teatro Central.
La Cervecera
derrot anoche
al BUR por 9-7
Por nueve carreras a siete
venci anoche la Cervecera al
BUR. en la continuacin del
Campeonato Comercial de Soft-
ball que se estn desarrollando
bajo los focos de Santa Rita.
Hasta aquellas qui
"creen"que saben
RINSO fw
MAYOR BLANCURA
Lavado
jms rpWo!
jms fcil!
ff/^C
11
I Ropa blanca de mayor blancura !
I Ropa de color de colores ms
vivo!
fcilmente a su alcance al emplear
Rinso. Su rica espuma embebe y
hace desaparecer la suciedad d
manera completa, rpida j suave.
El lavado es tambin nata fcil y
ms rpido cuando se emplea Rinso.
Quedar maravillada con los result-
ado* obtenido*.
RINSO para
todo su /avado
x- awi-eoe-ss
. \ Maravilllo
^ x-~>v para lavar
platos
Ideal para
mdoumas
t lavar
swlen desconocer estos
detalles ntimos! .
Ea increble el nmero de
jvenes casadas que "creen"
que saben ... pero que en rea-
lidad estn lamentablemente
ignorantes del adecuado asee
ntimo de la mujer .. Todas
las jvenes debieran saber lo
necesario que puede ser la
ducha para la pulcritud feme-
nina, la buena salud y la felici-
dad perdurable del matri-
monio. Y que esas solucionea
dbiles, como el agua de sal,
por ejemplo, No le ofrecen la
potente accin germicida y de-
todorante del Zonite cuyo
revolucionario principio fu
descubierto por un cirujano y
an qumico famosos.
(Ningn otro tipo de antisp-
tico-germicida lquido para la
ducha de entre todoa los
sometidos a una prueba compa-
rativa de laboratorioes tan
Poderoso ... si mismo tiempo
que tan libra de riesgo! El
Zo.nite contribuye a prevenir
laa infecciones matando instan-
tneamente todos los microbios
con que se pone en contacto.
selo de acuerdo con Isa ins-
trucciones que lo acompaan
y con la frecuencia necesaria.
Pero acostmbrese a usarlo dos
tres veces a la semana.
Zom'fe
I antisptico
personal
Para la ngis*.
/menina
moderna

Con este triunfo los cervecero*,
se mantienen con grandes posi-
bilidades de ir a la Serie final
a luchr por el titulo mientra*
que los derrotados se hundie-
ron en el ltimo lugar con una
victoria y seis derrotas.
"Loreto" Edwards trabaj en
la caja de los ganadores y fu
relevado en el cuarto por A. Lula
quien control muy bien par
asegurar el triunfo. Por el BTJR,
lanz Victoriano "Bach" de Me-
na que carg con la derrota.
El Juego condensado fu el si-
guiente:
Cervecera 310 230 09 9 S
Bl/R. 012 022 07 4 f
ntr*fv
wmmt
con Wafe
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con VITAUS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la
sequedad. Hgalo: Usted notar
la diferencia!
(AI- PEIO!
... Use VITALIS. [Sil, porque
VITALIS le dar a su peinado una
elegante y cautivadora apariencia,
que le har sobresalir entre todos.
i Apliqese VITALIS y confirme el
maravilloso efecto que produce!
pora Que $v
seVifalS
ti d nwoj h 60 w}wm
HUEVO,' pj'^ v
prefieren un fnico-ere-
VI MUS
CREMA MM L C4BHIO
Lo fya y le <&
4SPCCT0 P/STIHGU/PO
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PAGINA DIEZ
tL PANAMA AMERICA DIARTO INDEPENDIEN
y-
TORNES, ABRIL M, 1951
Con "Secreto de Estado" el
lAix reanuda unas funciones
t Con el regreso de casi todos idido reanudar maana sbadu
Jes capitalinos que visitaron el sus exitosas funciones de Me-
tnterlor durante el verano pre- dianoche, presentando la supre-
ente. el Teatro Lux ha tleci-lma aventura de ansieda yro-
/ac-.o
GL^lfa
-HOY-
1:00, 3:30, 6:05, 8:50 p.m.
La Mejor Pelcula del Ao!
6
Oscars
' 6
-J*trellas
~ LA MEJOR DIRECCIN EL MEJOR LIBRETO
EL MEJOR SONIDO EL MEJOR VESTUARIO
LA ME.'OR ACTUACIN SECUNDARIA
DARRYL P. ZANUCt* presenta aj
BETTE DAVIS ANNE BAXH*
GEORGE SANDERS CELESTE HOLM
* Malvada"
L.. !H '*. T
No i A: Se recomienda ver esta pelcula desde el cumienzot
La comedia que hnr destornillarse de risa I
William BENDIX Gloria HENRY, an
"MATEN Al. l'MPIRE"
Ademas:
Jerome COURTLAND Beverly TYNER, en
"REV DEL RANCHO"
TEATRO TROPICAL
y-----,t Price Ellen Drew
'pl'bron de
".'ZONA"
Conquistaba
a las
- Mujeres
i. TEATRO ENCANTO
DOS PELCULAS!
- Adems: -
GRAN CERTAMEN DE
TAMBORITO Y
MAMBO
TEATRO TIVOLI
BANCO 10O GRATIS!
A la 5 y 9'p.m. Adems:
"TARZAN y las SIRENAS"
"TARZAN Y LA FUENTE
MGICA"
VARIEDADES
if* MARIA
FELIX
Wf*n I..i belleza sin
V t par, en un
sj\i drama Inten-
so, vigoroso y
humano... 1
fe V
'LA NOCHE DEL
SBADO"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL TERROR DEL
HAMPA"
Captulos 12 13
'El Chacal de Wyoming'
"PARASO DE NIEVE"
TEATRO EDISON
"CAPITN AMERICA"
Capts. 1-2-3Ademas:
"ABISMO. DE PASIN" y
"La Venganza del Lobo"
TEATRO IRIS_
Cantinflas. en
"EL CIRCO"
y "SAN IGNACIO DE
LOYOLA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Katherine Hepburn, en
"MARIA ESTl'ARDO"
- y -
TRAIDORA Y MORTAL"
(HISPANO
t mundo Fcrnne/
"CAI.M JMIA"
y Tin-Tan an
r*N Me Defiendas
_Cqmpadre^_____
ACI FICO
Tyrone Power
- an -
BOBA NEGBA
- y -
"SUCEDI EN
BEB I\
APOLO
"Yo Soy Tn Padre''
BOU l.ius ShkIi mi
y "Algo Piola Sobre
El Ama"
con Elsa Acuirra
y Arturo de Cordova
VISTERMOSA
muller. en
-Km-Uvi de la Selva"
- y -
IDEAL
"El. BEY IIK I.OS
IIIIMIIKI S I mil l I..S"
Cams. Jl-iz
"LA VIRlN DEL
IIISIEKTO"
"EL MIBTERKI
______DEL BANCHCI"
"EL BARCO DE
LA MUERTE"
ROOSEVELT
NOCHE DE BANCO!
U I ANTASMA
IIEI.AnO"
- y -
"EL MONSTRUO
NOCTURNO"___
.nance, titulada: "Secreto de
Estado" (Slate Secret), que nos
trae a Douglas Fairbanks Jr. en
el mejor papel de su vida, se-
cundado por'Glynis Johns, pre-
cios rubia, y Jack Hawkins.
El drama filmado en distin-
tas capitales europeas, nos pre-
senta la historia de un nombre
que involuntariamente descubre
un secreto que lo hace el hom-
bre ms perseguido del Conti-
nente: un terrible secreto de
muerte que envuelve un caso de
intriga estatal.
"8ecreto de Estado" ha sido
comparada favorablemente, a
films como "El Tercer Hombre"
y "39 Escalones". Y tiene esa
cualidad de realismo y suspen-
so que la hace inolvidable.
Recordamos al mismo tiem-
po, que el estreno regular de
esta soberbia produccin ser
efectuado dentro de varios me-
ses. De modo que la exhibicin
era una ocasin que los aman-
tea del buen cine no querrn
desperdiciar.______________
CAAS
1 nstelas con esta remedio caaero, fa-tl
barato: Un cuarto litro da agua, una cu-
charada da glirerina, I cucharada! da Ba)
Rum (o agua d Colonial y una cajita di
Compuesto de Barbo. Compra eatoa in-
grcdicniea en la bolle, raeicleloa en ona
botella y aelee pana tedlr aui canas a-
gdn las Indicacionaa ao caja del Com-
pursto da Barbo.
HOA -1090 HOW -1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA COLON
HOY VIERNES
P.M.
S:3v El Hijo Perdido
Drama Aven.. Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Msica variada
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
TROPICAL
HOY!
Tandas: 1:25 3:10 5:10 7:00 9:00 p.m.
LA SENSACIONAL HISTORIA DEL
BARN DE ARIZONA
Ha surgido en la
pantalla con t a 1
violencia y espen
dor que se ha con-
vertido en
una de las t
ms fascinan-jal
tes y romn-r
ticas pelculas
del ao!
Saaiael Full.f.
JB&r
AriwnaI
A Raterl L lippart Prtl.ntetlen
VncbntRuce
Ellen Drew,
ear un ambiente Hlspano-Americano-Oitano indescrip-
tible... Ud. tiene que verlo!... El papel de magistrado
lo hace el veterano actor ROBERT BARRAT que acaba
de ser escogido para representar en la pantalla al GE-
NERAI 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 (ran pelcula.
No descuide la
DENTADURA POSTIZA
que se desprende
Se le cae su dentadura postiza I co-!
mer, hablar, reir o estornudar? o sufra '
mis molestias ni vergenzas FIXODENT
iPasteeth) es un polio alcalino (no-ci-
do) para polvorear las dentaduras pos-
tizas. Las mantiene ma firmemente en i
la bora. Da a la persona una sensacin I
de seguridad y comodidad. No queda en
la boca ninguna sensacin pegajosa. Ob-
tenga EIXODENT (Fasteeth) en cualquier
farmacia hoy.
M-B1
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Noticiero Deportivo
Por Merel y Arango
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
por el Ron Carta Vieja
7.15 Maria de Jorge Isaac.
Novela "Camel"
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Msica variada
8:00 Ritmos populares
8:30 Ritmos de Panam
Conjunto V. Carvajal
9:00 Msica favorita
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 E! Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Selecciones de las
zarzuelas
ib:30 Msica sin pajabras
12:00 Buenas noches
6:30 Noticiero
7:00 Melodas hawallanas
7:15 Espaoleras
7:30 Melodas matinales
8:00 Grandes maestros
8:30 Boleros favoritos
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 Cantares de Mxico
9:45 Estrellas de la msica
10:00 Peticiones
11:30 Enre Madriguera
y su orquesta
11:45 Msica tiplea
12:00 Msica variada
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero
12:30 Msica de saln
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
1:00 Msica venezolana
1:15 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
HOY!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE-ACONDICIONADO
ESTRENO de una COMEDIA Deliciosa e Inolvidable!
I
La Femenidad Contra la Fuerza Bruta!
Con la Revelacin Filmica del Ao!...
SUSANA FREYRE -- PEDRO ARMENDARIZ, en
I
"LA LOCA DE LA CASA"
DE LA NOVELA DE BENITO PEREZ PALPOS
PROXIMO JUEVES! "ARRABALERA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
HOY VIERNES 20 A LAS 9 P.M.
Penltima Eliminacin del
GRAN CERTAMEN DE
MAMBO y
TAMBORITO
PARTICIPE A GANAR
DEL PREMIO MAYOR DE
Bi. lOOoo
Toda persona mayor de edad puede
participar Tome parte y triunfar.
6 Premios en efectivo todas los Viernes
Orquesta F. Miranda y Conjunto CAJAR
Adems: DOS MAGNIFICAS PELCULAS
Todo por slo 35 centavos
A.M.
6:00
6:03
MAANA SBADO
Buenos Das
El Despertador Musical
Caonazo
de 1951!
ELDORADO
El xito de
10 Aos!
COMO CANTA... Y AY! COMO ARREBATA...
Y COMO BESA...!
"EL GAVILN
POLLERO"
Lo pelcula Mexicana que ha batido los Records
de Entrada en 10 Aos!
PEDRO INFANTE ANTONIO BADU
LILIA PRADO
Con las Canciones:
I
"igame Compadre"
"Cuatro Caminos"
"Ella"
Maria Cristina Me
Quiere Gobernar"
"El Gaviln Pollero"
Y un MAMBO loco con
Pedro Infante, Bad y Lilla
Prado, que es la mejor baila-
rina del momento... I
Seores, qu pelcula!... Por Buena Triunfa...!!
UtiiCMLi
Aire-Acondicionado
HOY lu-M Ms
. ._------7:05 9:00 p.m.
El ms clamoroso xito dra-
mtico de la Belleza Sin Par
/Asiutr* *
%ok
FELIX
1A NOCHE
del/ABADO
Bt DON JACINTO aiMAVINrC
""\..ArAI1- OUAN
JOSE Ma. SEOANC
MANOLO f AMIGAS
LUX HOY
XITO DE FIN DE SEMANA!
j 2:40, 4:25, 6:50, >:00 p.m. |
La Inolvidable y perfecta
pareja de "Rosa de Abo-
lengo" en un nuevo triunfo
romntico-dramtico!
"ROMANCE
DE UNA
ESPOSA'
"S
**/,
m.S8*
'^Mi:
m
- CATHY fffJbHHELl REGWALO OWN.
. -HtwrrmcoxoN
MAANA!
Funcin de Media-
noche (11 p.m.)
Una aventura asombrosa...
Que lo mantendr al borda
de su asiento!...
DRAMA!... SUSPENSO!...
EMOCIN!
"SECRETO DE
ESTADO"
ADVEOTURI
SWEEPING ACROSS
A CONTINENT!
Doug. FAIRBANKS..
Cfyms JOHNS ; HAWKINS
STATE
SECRET
*>*
Ml*.

presenta ^fc*
**El Cocktel Musical Carta Vieja"
con
LUCHO AZCRRAGA Y SU RGANO
HOY ... a las 7:00 p.m.
Vn programa estelar en la radio favorita
la UXed Panamericana
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