The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01085

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA. B. P., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1951
FIVE CENT
(NEA Telcphoto)
uAutrnMiNi: oen Douglas MacArthur stands on American soil for the first time in 14
HOMECOMING --Gen ""* cuco He salutes the Honor Guard that met him, with his
,e.X"^S! 'Arthur besWThim Behfnd the MacArthurs are California Gov. Earl Warren
ShtadArthuri and8SFranco Mayor Elmer Robinson (between MacArthur^d hls^on).
See US Policy Stronger After
Fever Over MacArthur Wanes
10 Charred Bodies Recovered
From Tanker; 22 Men Missing
NEW ORLEANS, April 21 (UP)
The fire seared hulk of the
tanker Esso Greensworo yellded
10 charred bodies today. This
raised to 15 the known death
toll in Friday's collision between
two tankers in the Gulf of Meao-
ixo.
Men from the salvage vessel
Virginia boarded the Greensboro
and found the bodies after put-
ting out several fires which were
still burning.
The Virginia took the Greens-
boro in tow.
Five bodies were found by air
and sea rescue units in the
choppy Gulf waters yesterday.
Five men survived the holo-
caust on the Greensboro caused
when she collided with another
tanker, the Esso Suez Just be-
fore dawn yesterday.
Some 22 crew members of the
Greensboro are still missing and
presumed dead.
The crippled Esso Suez drop-
ped anchor at the mouth of the
Mississippi River at dawn to-
day. Two bodies and an injured
man were transferred from her
to a pilot boat. The Esso Suez
will continue to Mobile.
At Corpus Christ! four sur-
vivors of the Greensboro, told
how they lay for seven hours
on a "red hot" engine room deck
t
(NEA Telephoto)
IOOK DON'T TOUCH An over-eager spectator at the cele-
bration greeting Gen. Douglas MacArthur on his return to
the US held back by a detective as she tries to touch the
dlsmYssed general Police had trouble restraining enthusiastic
greters in the San Francisco parade. _______
i
Pacific Saddle Club
Show Tomorrow
At Fort Clayton
Members of the Pacific Saddle
Pub will stage a horse show and
revue tomorrow for the staff of
Fort Clayton Hospital.
The Saddle Club members will
meet at their clubhouse at 1 p.m.
to ride to the grounds where the
Clayton staff Is having its picnic.
In addition to the show, the
Saddle Club horses will be used
for rides for those attending the
picnic. .__________
China Nationalists
Detain RP Freighter
TAIPEH, April 21 (UP).The
Chinese Nationalists have an-
nounced the detention of the
Panamanian-registered freight-
er ROK which anchored at Kee-
lung yesterday.
Officials said the 1.273 ton
freighter was detained while en
route from Foochow to Tslngtao.
both Red Chinese ports, with
timber and other cargo for the
Chinese Reds.
f THE MAIL BOX
, ------o-----
Gorgas Hospital
Ancon, Canal Zone
April 19, 1951
Dear Friends:
I would like to take this opportunity to express my
sincere appreciation to the many many wonderful people
on the Isthmus who have been so kind to me during my
During trie past three and a half months I have had
the splendid attention of the Gorgas Hospital Staff,
which has made my hospitalization as comfortable and
pleasant as possible. I am deeply grateful for every ser-
rice rendered.
Because of the generosity of the community to the
Polio Fund, arrangements have been made for my trans-
fer to Warm Springs, Georgia, for further treatment.
Words cannot adequately express my heartfelt appre-
ciation for all the Polio Foundation, here on the Canal
Zone, has done for me.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Stanley Whaler.
EDITOR'S NOTE:
The young widow of a well-known Canal Zonian and
the mother of a small child, Mrs. Whaler was stricken
with polio on Dee. 27. For several weeks she was cri-
tically 111, with the paralysis affecting her arms and legs.
Just one day less than two months after she was admit-
ted to Gorgas Hospital she gave birth t a healthy six
pound, IS ounce son. Her children are in the care of
relatives while their mother is recuperating. She was
able to sign her name to the above letter and friends
report that she has been assured that she will walk
again.
The Panama American is certain that the best wishes
of the community go with Mrs. Whaler who will leave
soon for Warm Springs. And may we add our own per-
sonal hone that one of the pluckiest patients who ever
oaght polio will soon be completely well again.
I
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Doug May See
Giant-Dodger
Battle Today
NEW YORK, April 21, (UP)
General Douglas MacArthur may
cheer and be cheered today at his
first major league baseball game
In 14 years, having rested with a
long night's sleep from one of
the most triumphal tours In
world history.
If he goes to the baseball game
there is likely to be a contrast to
the Washington game yesterday
when President Harry S. Truman
was booed by fans angered by
MacArthur's dismissal.
MacArthur's son Arthur, 13. Is
anxious to see his first major
league baseball game at the Polo
Grounds, where the New York
Giants meet the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers.
MacArthur's plans for the rest
of the weekend and next week
are Indefinite.
The Waldorf Astoria hotel is
planning on the general making
a minimum stay of two weeks in
the $130 a day Presidential suite.
But Chicago is planning to
welcome him with another re-
ception there next week, proba-
bly Wednesday or Thursday and
several other cities Including Mil-
waukee, St. Louis and Mrs. Mac-
Arthur's home town of Murfrees-
boro. Tennessee, are bidding for
MacArthur appearances.
MacArthur rode in triumph a-
long the "Highway of Heroes" in
the nation's largest city yester-
day to the cheers of 7,500,000 per-
sons. *
The "old soldier" brought out
the crowds as no returning hero
ever has done before.
Blizzards of ticker tape swirled
through the concrete canyons of
Broadway and Fifth Avenue
while the smiling general waved
at the crowds from the rear of a
gun-metal gray open automobile.
This Isle of steel and stone,
where heroes come and heroes go,
never had seen anything like K.
The crowd was nearly twice as
big as the turnout of 4,000,000
that cheered Charles A. Lind-
bergh in 1927 and Gen. Dwlght D.
Eisenhower In 1945.
Police Commissioner Thomas
F. Murphy estimated the crowd
at 7,500,000. almost as great as
the big town's entire population
of 8,573,000.
Special trains from New Eng-
land and visitors from the sub-
urbs helped swell the crowd to its
record size.
From the sidewalks, tire har-
bor, the rivers on either side and
from the blue skys above, the city
paid Its tribute.
Balboa Tides
Sunday, April 22, 1951
High Low
3:47 a.m............. 10:06 am.
4:02 pm..............10:30 p.m.
\
Phone Directories
Of 'Slates' Cities
Added At Library
The latest available telephone
directories from principal cities
in the United 8tates have re-
cently been purchased by The
Panama Canal Library.
Since the directories are avail-
able only In the main library In
the Civil Affairs Building at An-
cn, the Library staff will be
glad to supply information from
the directories by telephone.
A new supply of directories Is
furchased by the library every
wo or three years.
The new directories are either
for the years 1950 or 1951 and
are the latest which could be ob-
tained.
They are from the following
cities: Atlanta, Baltimore, Bir-
mingham, Boston, Buffalo, Chi-
cago, Cinclnati, Cleveland Den-
ver, Detroit, Essex County, New
Jersey, Houston, Indianapolis,
Kansas City, Los Angeles, Mil-
waukee, Minneapolis, Brooklyn,
The Bronx, Manhattan, Queens,
Staten Island,, Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, San Francisco, St.
Paul and Seattle.
Directories from six other cit-
ies, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New
Orleans, Newark and St. Louis
will be supplied as soons as new
editions are available.
gasping for breath In a two inch
layer of fresh air. .
When the fire died down they
cut their way through a venti-
lator, Jumped overboard and a
rescue boat picked them up.
They ;/ild the stem of the
Esso Suez was Jammed tight In
the hull of the Greensboro un-
til an explosion blew It free.
'Big Mo Docks In Balboa;
Planes Hunt Lost Crewman
'Dover Road' Tickets
Available In RP Stores
Tickets for the Theater Guild's
coming production of "Dover
Road." which will be given next
Wednesday and Thursday even-
ings at the Diablo Clubhouse,
are now available at Dagmar's,
on Tlvoll Avenue.
They may also be obtained at
Lewis', also on Tlvoll Avenue,
and at the Canal Zone club-
house.
When Panama Canal pilot
John G. Barrett brought the
mighty and historic USS Mis-
souri alongside Balboa's dock 14
this morning, he was berthing
the last of three great capital
ships which form the largest
concentration of Naval steel
seen here together for some
time.
Marring the arrival of the
45,000-ton ship, back after
months In Korean waters, was
the loss overboard at 5 a. m.
of one of her crew as the Mis-
souri plowed on toward Balboa.
Three SB-17's of the 1st
Rescue Squadron left Al-
brook Air Force Base at 9 a.
m. to Join in the search for
the missing man after they
were Informed by the Navy
that he went overboard a-
bout 60 miles offshore, be-
yond Taboga. Also Joining in
the air search was a C-47
based at Albrook.
Taxis waited In a long double
line outside the gates to the
pier area when the Missouri tied
up at 11:05 a. m. Private cars
were parked in every available
space for a quarter of a mile
around and hundreds of men,
Minnewa Roosevelt
Sued For $80,000
In Lawyer's Fees
LOS ANGELES, April 21.
(UP). Elliot Roosevelt's bride,
the former Mrs. Minnewa Bell
Ross, was sued for $80,000 today
by attorney John W. Watllng Jr.,
who said the amount was due
for legal services.
The suit, filed as an attach-
ment, did not state what the
services were for, and Watllng's
attorney, Frank B. Belcher, re-
fused to explain. He also refused
to state what was attached.
Watllng claimed Mrs. Roose-
velt owed him a "Fair and Re-
asonable'' fee of $101,500 for re-
presenting her from Dec. 17,
1949 to Dec. 5. 1950. She paid
only $21,500, the suit charged.
Mrs. Roosevelt married the
son of the late President in Flo-
rida after a court battle with
her former husband, Dr. Rex L.
Ross Jr., of Santa Monica, Calif.,
Involving custody of their son,
Rex L. Ross III.
women and children streamed
onto the dock to see the Missouri
and her sister ship, the USS
New Jersey.
Neither the Missouri or the
New Jersey was receiving visitors
today but the aircraft carrier
Hornet. Just opt of mothballs,
was allowing visitors aboard.
Gate guards were told that the
visitors, in groups, will be allow-
ed aboard the Missouri tomor-
row, provided they have been
cleared with Navy Commander
W. R. Malloran, whose office
telephone number is 2-52440.
The Hornet Is berthed on the
north side of Pier 18. She Is
slated for northbound transit
tomorrow. Capt. Jack Hearn will
be the pilot in charge, assisted
bv Capta. Robert F. Boyd. W. G.
Farrell, 8. W. Peterson. Fred M.
Weade. Pilot-ln-trainlhg Harold
Spinney will be aboard as an
observer.
Spinney, along with two other
pllots-ln-tralnlng. M. G. Hill and
W. J. Cronln, was aboard the
Missouri this morning with
Capt. Barrett.
The big warship, for many
months the onlv U. 8. battle-
ship in commission, was docked
aft of the New Jersey, which had
docked last night after south-
bound transit.
She was met by a welcoming
party of MaJ. Gen. Ray E. Por-
ier. Hear Admiral A. M. Bledsoe,
Brig. Gen. Emll Kiel. Brig. Gen.
Robert L. Howze and Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March. A trl-service
band playel as the ship warped
into her dock.
The Missouri Is transiting
Monday.
AFGE Sponsoring
Two Boys For CZ\
First Boys' State
AFGE Lodge No. 14 Is spon-
soring two boys for th Canal
Zone's first Boys' State, which
will be held here June 8-15,
Lodge president Rufus Lovelady
reported today.
Boys' State is being sponsor-
ed by the American Legion, with
other civic and" fraternal orga-
nizations sponsoring the various
boys who will attend.
The AFGE has also voted to
take part In the celebration of
National Defense Week next
month, Lovelady said.
By HARRY FRANTZ
WASHINGTON, April 21 (UP) While the pen_
dulum of popular sympathy appears to have swung far to-
wards General Douglas MacArthur, some veteran diplo-
matic observers here conclude President Harry S. Truman's
foreign policy leadership may be stronger rather than
weaker when the wave of public feeling subsides.
Diplomats who heard MacArthur's speech to Congress
felt he fulfilled his aim of focussing national attention on
the Far Eastern situation, but did not open any new solu-
tion except expansion of the Korean war.
They asked the unanswerable
question as to whether the Mac-
Arthur thesis would bring Russia
into the fight.
They estimated that in general
United States public opinion Is
still Inclined to favor further di-
plomatic efforts towards world
peace.
Their guess that Mr. Truman
might emerge stronger from the
present crisis rests upon these
considerations:
1) Congressional reaction to
the MacArthur address appar-
ently presaged greater solidarity
within the Democratic party In
support of the President's view*,
while there Is still a wide ran?e
of opinion among the Republi-
cans .
There is now a decreased.pro.'-
pect of a loose coalition between
southern Democrats and north-
ern Conservative Republicans to
thwart presidential alms.
2) MacArthur has denied any I
Inquest Jury Holds
Husband For Murder
Of Wile, Companion
GAFFNEY, S.C., April 21, (UP)
A 24-year-old .textile worker
was iormally charged today with
the fatal shooting of his 17-year-
old wife and a male companion
whom she had sought to shield
from her husband's rifle fire.
A coroner's Jury charged Jack
Moore with the murder of hi
wife and Albert Wllllngham. 21-
yenr-old filling station attendant.
Moore shot the couple last night
when he found them together In
a roadside beer parlor near Gaff-
ney.
The Jury also ordered Moore's
neighbor, William E. Hall, held
for urand Jury action. Testimo-
ny at the inquest showed that
Hall, a 23-year-old textile work-
er, drove Moore to the beer par-
lor where Wlllingham and Mrs.
Moore were found.
Hall told Sheriff J. B. Wright
that he did not remain at the
scene of the shooting and did not
know what Moore was plannlir?
to do.
Oficers said Moore found his
wife and Wlllingham in a car at
a beer establishment. Mrs. Mji.it
was shot when she flung herself
in front of Wllllngham. Moore
pumped two .22 caliber rifle slugs
into Wllllngham's body.
' Afte. the shooting. Moore car-
ried his wife to a Gaffney hos-
pital In Wllllngham's car. But she
was pronounced dead on arrival.
intention to capitalize his prcs-
nt tremendous popularity lor
any personal political aspiration.
3) MacArthur recognizes that
the Issues In the present situ: -
tlon are global and so Interlocked
that to consider the problems o
one sector oblivious to those of
another Is to court disaster for
the whole.
4) Some diplomats estimate In
Reds are less likely than form* r-
ly to stage an all out offensive !u
Korea.
Diplomatic observers believ
t'.e implementation of UhiWJ
States foreign policy objective
may soon become a more acutsj
problem than the foreign policy
Itself, owing to the budget bur-
den and the fear of Inflation.
Observers watched the temper
of the throngs that have turned
out to welcome MacArthur. and
saw no evidence of a violent
move such as would argue a
thirst for a third world war.
Generally there was a holiday
spirit and an obvious desire to
render honor to a military com*
mander whose brilliant service!
have been known in every Am-
erican household for a decaoe.
Observers believe there will o a
a "suspended animation" of
public opinion for some week.s,
but that Mr. Truman's control
o. the diplomatic situation will
not be undermined by popular
pressure.
Many of MacArthur's friends
tl.ink he has already been vin-
dicated in the popular sense, but
expect Mr. Truman's foreign
policies to continue unless more
ef fee Lively challenged by tha
Republicans In Congress.
700,000 Without
Transportation After
Walkout In Detroit
DETROIT. Ap, '1 21 (UP) A
total of 3,787 buk and street car
operators walked off the job
here today, leaving more than
700,000 persons without trans-
portation.
The strike bega-i unexpectedly
at o a.m., catching residents by
surprise.
The operators voted to walk
out rather than submit their
wage claim for 25 cents an hour
to arbitration.
They now receive a base pay
of $1.67'/i hourly, the third
highest pay rate for bus and
streetcar operators in the Unit-
ed States.
Senators Capehart, Lehman, Humphrey Tussle
Over MacArthur; Taft And Welker Break It Up
By JAMES F. DONOVAN
WASHINGTON, April 21 (UP)
Five prominent Senators were
embroiled in a name calling,
arm-flailing "fight" yesterday
after an over-heated debate on
Gen. Douglas MacArthur's Far
Eastern policies.
Sens. Homer Capehart. R.. Ind.,
Hubert Humphrey, D.. Minn.,
and Herbert Lehman, D., N. Y.,
participated directly in the angry
tussle. Sens. Robert A. Taft. R.,
O., and Herman Welker. R., Ida.,
dragged their struggling col-
leagues apart.
Accounts of the fracas differ-
ed sharply, but all agreed that
no telling punches were landed
and the only injury was to the
Senators' dignity. Capehart said
it started when Humphrey call-
ed him an "S.O.B without the
initials." Humphrey said there
was no profanity and Joined
Lehman in accusing the Indiana
Senator of "misleading state-
ments."
"It was sort of a cream puff
business," Welker reported. "The
boys aren't in training or very
good condition."
It was the first such tussle
since Rep. Clarence Cannon, D.,
Mo. chairman of the House Ap-
p r o p r 1 ations Committee, and
Sen. Kenneth McKellar, D.,
Tenn, chairman of the Senate
Appropriations Committee, tang-
led last year. Cannon, who Is 73,
and McKellar. who Is In his
eighties, clashed briefly but
sharply at a conference Commit-
tee meeting during a dispute
over federal spending.
Lehman Is a short, portly, 73-
year-old grandfather. Humphrey
is 39. 5 feet 11 Inches tall, and
slightly built.-Capehart, 53, also
is 5-11 but weighed In at 220
pounds.
They had gathered, along with
Taft, in the recording studio of
the Senate office building to
transcribe a radio debate on Pre-
sident Truman's ouster of Mac-
Arthur. Detroit commentator
Blalr Moody, who was to moder-
ate the debate, found himself In
the role of referee.
According to Capehart, who
called a special news conference
to give his version, tempers be-
gan to flare when the two De-
mocrats accused the Republicans
of being "warmongers" and made
"vitriolic remarks about Gen.
MacArthur."
Capehart retorted by accusing
Lehman and Humphrey of sym-
p a t h 1 z 1 n g with Communist
China.
Humphrey accused Capehart
of "falsification and character
assassination." Then there was
a lot of shouting on both sides,
during which Moody announced
that time was up and the broad-
cast was completed.
There are at least five differ-
ence versions of what happened
after that, but all agreed it last-
ed only about two minutes.
Capehart said Humphrey "got
up and rushed over to me and
called me a very dirty name."
"I took Humphrey by the
lapel of his coat and threw him
out of the studio," Capehart said.
"While I was taking care of
Humphrey, Lehman attacked me
from the rear. So I pushed him
back Into the studio."
Humphrey said that he "abso-
lutely did not" calle Capehart a
"spelled out S.O.B." or any other
dirty name. In fact, he said, "no
frofanity was used by anyone...
didn't even say gosh darn."
Both Humphrey and Lehman
Insisted that "no blows were
struck. They said Capehart "seiz-
ed" Humphrey by the arm "and
acted in a menacing manner"
and that Lehman then tried to
separate them.
Welker said he heard "some-
body" call Capehart a "liar."
He said Capehart "swung" at
Humphrey and "may have land-
ed a light one."
Lee Loevlnger. Minnesota at-
torney who accompanied Hum-
phrey, said Capehart simply
"grabbed" Humphrey by the coat
and raised his arm as though he
were going to sock him. But
someone separated them."
"At that point," Loevlnger re-
lated, "Lehman protested against
Capehart's statement, and Cape-
hart grabbed his coat and start-
ed to swing."
Moody said he missed the Cape-
hart- Humphrey round, but saw
Lehman grab Capehart by the
shoulder and swing him around.
"Lehman said something like,
you can't do that to Senator'
Humphrey'," Moody said.
Moody, a former athlete, said
he then stepped between Cape-
hart and Lehman, while Welker
restrained Humphrey at the door.
Welker agreed that It was he
who stopped the altercation be-
tween Capehart and Humphrey*
"I told them they were Sen-
ators and not prize-fighters," he
said.
Taft. who was talking to Moody
In a far corner of the studio
when the ruckus began, joined
Welker In the peacemaker role.
Welker said Taft "dragged*
Capehart out of the room and'
I ''A mean led. I mean drag-
ged."


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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1151
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S.S. Valognes ............................................. April 23
TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST U.S.A.:
M.S. Washington ......................... April
PASSENGER SERVICE PROM NEW CORK
To PLYMOUTH LE HAVRE:
S.S. Liberte............................................... April 25
Cristobal: FRENCH LINE, P.O. Baa Mil Tel. S-Z47 1*11
Panam: UNDO Y MADURO. 8. A. Bex 1*21
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Shipping & Air Line News
Stripped
A new panel truck, belonging
to COPA airlines and used lor
service between the airline o-
fice and Tocumen, was stolen
last Tuesday night from a park-
ing place near PAA's main office
on De Lesseps park.
The truck was found the fol-
lowing day off the airport road
near the Roosevelt monument. It
had been stripped completely.
No Transshipment
Irregular service to South
American ports was given as the
reason for notification by the
Panama Railroad. Company that
no transshipment cargoes will be
accepted at either Cristobal or
Balboa until further notice.
The restriction applies to car-
goes loaded at the point of origin
after next Thursday.
The announcement of the re-
striction said that it had been
made necessary because services
to ports on both South American
coasts has been insufficient to
handle the number of shipments
received. As a result a large
quantity of transshipment cargo
has been accumulated on the
PRR piers here.
Statesbound
As soon as he recovers from the
broken foot which has him hob-
bling about his PAA office, the
airlines' district sales manager
Julio Mijares expects to begin
planning for an overland trip be-
tween Guatemala and Chicago.
Mijares expects at present to
leave May 19 for Guatemala, pick
up a car there and head for Chi-
cago. He will have to ship the
car by rail for about 100 miles in
southern Mexico.
Panagra
MEDELLIN, April 21 (UP
Andrew Shea, Panagra vice pres-
ident, said here yesterday that he
Is certain that the Civil Aeronau-
tics Board of the United 8tates
will approve the agreement be-
tween Panagra and National Air-
lines for one-plane through ser-
vice from South America to NV
York.
Balboa ROTC Will Fire
Blank Ammo Next Week
The M-LT class of Balboa High
School ROTC unit will hold a
class In Small Unit Tactics April
25 during the hours 8 a. m. to
9 a. m.: 11 a. h. to noon, and
from 1 p. m. to 2 p. m. in the
vicinity of the Administration
building.
Blank ammunition will be
fired during these class periods.
Not more than 6 rounds oer
class will be fired.
Purpose of the service, he said,
would be for customer conven-
ience in establishing direct ser-
vice from the Latin American ci-
ties.
CANASTA
DOG LOOKS IT OVER
COVINGTON, Tenn., (UP)
His bird dog looks where he's
going, Alison Slmonton says. He
reports the dog measures the
mesh of a wire fence before de-
ciding whether to go under,
over, or through the fence,
from home.
BY OSWALDJACOBY
Written for NEA Service
The discard pile does not mean
as much at Samba as at Canr.s-
ta. Even if you never pick up a
pile, your hand still gains one
card per turn. This Is ample to
give you and your partner the two
canastas that you need in order
to meld out.
During the early part of a
hand, a substantial discard pile is
worth fighting for. Such a pile
may enable you to make several
canastas Instead of merely two;
or it may give you a good chance
for samba.
Towards the end of a hand
even a fairly good-sized discard
file may be more of a hindrance
han a help. It is bound to con-
tain several useless cards so that
your play for out, that you alrea-
dy have the necessary two canas-
tas, and that your hand at this
point consists of two jacks, two
eights and one wild card. If you
keep on drawing from the stocc,
you are likely to draw an out card
very quickly. All .you need is a
Jack, an eight, or a wild cardto-
gether with another card (re-
member that a draw from the
stock consists of two cards) that
you can meld.
If you pick up r discard pile
that contains three or four useless
cards, it' will probably take you
four or five rounds to rid vour
hand of the garbage.
Nevertheless, if the discard pile
Is large enough you would tae it
anyway. For one thing, you would
probably find enough Important
meld:, in a very large discard pile
to compensate for the delay In
melding out. More over, you
might be able to put down several
unimportant melds and even
though your own play for oat
might be delayed, these small
melds would speed up your part-
ner's play for out.
For these reasons .you need not
concentrate too hard on discard-
ing safely. Remember that there
are twelve cards of each rank o
that even if you never give any-
thing away, your opponents will
nrobably get what they need
from the stock-pile anyway.
Do not make a discard that
will help the opponents with a
sequence meld or that will gl/e
the opponents a canasta than
and there. Ho*ever, do not wor-
ry too much about giving optxm-
ents a fourth or fifth card of
some meld that they have on the
table.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BS ROSAL CBARTER ItM
Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
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BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "LAGUNA"...... (omits Ecuador) ..........April 23rd
M.V. "REINA DEL PACLFICO" ..................May 2nd
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA.
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".....................May 28th
rO UNITED KINGDOM OIREC1
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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TO UK/CONTINENT
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.April 28th
'Accepting passengtrs in First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available for passengers
Ail Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice.
PACIFIC 8TEAM NAV CO. Cristbal Tel. ItM IMS
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L JACO!Y ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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A really bad misfit Is fortun-
ately pretty rare. Usually, you
have a couple of small cards fur
your partner's suit, or perhaps he
has a couple of small cards lor
your suit. Somehow or other ycu
usually manage to scramble into
some sort of acceptable contract.
But not always.
Once In a blue moon, you really
get-caught. You have no support
at all for your partner, and he
has none for you. The only sensi-
ble thing to do In. a case of this
sort Is to pass as soon as you re-
alize what Is going on. Don't wait
to find the best of several poor
contracts. Pass before the oppon-
ents think of doubling.
The disaster shown in today's
hand would have been averted If
North had passed In good time.
South managed to win five
tricks, although "an absolutely
perfect defense might have ueld
him to four tricks. The defendis
didn't complain, however. They
were perfectly willing to collect
700 points on a hand in which
they had never entered the bid-
ding!
The first two bids made by
North and the first two bids
made by South were quite rea-
sonable. Right there is where the
bidding should have ended.
When South began with clubs
and then bid and rebld his spades,
he showed a minimum of ten
black cards. It was impossible fot
him to hold more than three red
cards, and there was a fair
chance that he held only two.
North shonld have known that
South could not possibly support
either hearts or diamonds. North
should have known also that
South did not have a very strong
hand, since South had never
made a Jump bid despite his an-
nounced good distribution.
In short, North knew that tne
combined hands were not parti-
cularly strong In high cards and
were a horrible misfit. He should
have passed at once. Perhaps
three diamonds or three hearts or
even three clubs would be a bet-
ter contractbut North should
have passed at two spades. Any
port in a storm I
If North had passed over two
spades. East would have passed
also. He had no way of knowing
that two spades was a very sour
contract. He knew that the red
suits were stacked against North,
but it was quite possible that the
hands fitted moderately well at
spades.
At two spades undoubled South
would have gotten out for only
150 or 200 points. That sort of
penalty is not serious, while the
actual penalty of 700 points was
not only far worse in points but
also seriously damaged the part-
nership morale.
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ATBDAT, ATRIX SI, 1*51
f^acific Society
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1XT NEWSPAPER
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AMBASSADOR OF VENEZUELA AND MBS. CASTRO GOMEZ
HOSTS AT COCKTAIL PARTY LAST EVENING,
The Ambassador ef Veesuela smd Mn. Enrique Castre
Gome gava cecaUU party at the Emkuiy lut wataf In
honor of the Ambassador of P.n.mm to Venezuela and Mrs.
Rftml Fornftftdei ftftd as ft farewell for the Minister Jfjj
ftftd Mm. Luigi Marlanl who re leaving soen for the United
Stfttea.
Pretty Wedding
in Panama
Thi Sftnctuftrlo del Corftzon de
Maria on VI Sspafta was the
cene of ft pretty wedding last
flight when Miss Isabel VaUarl-
Sd became the bride of Joseph
Osgood Burgoon. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alber-
to Vallarlno of Bella Vista and
Mr. Burgon is ft son of the late
Mr. ind Mrs. Joseph Burgoon of
Panama City. The Rev. Father
Prada officiated. The chapel was
lighted with candles and was de-
corated with white lilies and gla-
Jloli.
The sponsors were: the par-
ente of the btlde, the Minister of
Agriculture and Commerce and
Mrs. Ricardo Arias, Espinosa, Dr.
and Mrs. Guillermo Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Vallarlno,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Va-
llarlno, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. James E
Young, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos do
Janon, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Va-
llarlno. Mrs. Mary H. de la Rocca
and Luis Manuel Hernandez.
Mr. Vallarlno escorted his
daughter and gave her in mar-
riage. Her wedding gown cf
Chantilly lace and tulle was
made with long sleeves, a fitted
bodice and a bouffant skirt with
a train. Her tulle veil was held In
place with a coronet of seed
pe*rls and lace and she carried
bride's roses.
Miss Vally Vallarlno was her
sister's maid of honor and tne
bridesmaids were the Misses Ma-
ritza Urlbe, Elsie Brid and Lud-
mllla Oiler. Miss Vallarlno was
gowned In orchid colored em-
broidered organza and carried
yellow roses. The bridesmaids
wore identical gowns of aquama-
rine blue organza and carried
talisman roses.
Joseph Burgoon, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man and
the ushers were Michael Dawscn,
Robert Coulthard and William
Cardoze. Anallda Lopez and Ma-
nly Wright were train-bearers
and' Sonny la Rocca was ring-
bearer.
After the marriage service Mr.
and Mrs. Vallarlno entertained
the bridal party, relatives and a
few close friends at a reception
given at the Panama Golf Club.
Mr. Burgoon and his bride will
return from their wedding trip
and will be at home after Apri
30 at No. 42, 51st Street, Apart-
ment 2.
Mrs. Branatetter Entertains
Sorority Sisters
Mrs. Nell Branstetter and her
mother, Mrs. W. C. Huestls, en-
tertained alumnae members of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at
coffee this morning at the Brans-
tetter's home on Balboa Heigh is.
Both are members of the chap-
ter at Nebraska Wesleyan.
Thcii guests were Mrs. J. Wen-
dell Greene from Washington
State College, Mrs. Subert Turby-
flll irom the University of Ok-
lahoma. Mrs. John E. Jennlson
from Oregon State College, Mrs.
Herbert Engelke and Mrs. Owen
L. Richards from Syracuse Uni-
versity and Mrs. Robert C.
Schingllng of Fort Kobbe from
the University of Missouri.
and Mrs. Nathan Sharp, Mrs.
Fanny Engel, Manfred Engel.
Mrs. Adele Major and David
Zapp.
Mr. Gortn, a former resident of
Colon, now makes his homi In
pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Banquet at
Hotel Tivoli
The Balboa High School Ju-
nior-Senior Banquet was held last
evening in the ballroom of the
Hotel Tivoli with covers laid for
250.
T.M.C.A. to Entertain
Visiting- Sailors
Sailors from the visiting Uni-
ted States Navy ships will be en-
tertained at a Pan-American
dance tonight from 7:30 to 11 at
the Armed Services Y.M.CA. In
Balboa. Junior hostesses from the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus, as
well as from the Pacific side, will
be present.
The Y.M.C.A. is also furnishing
guides for bus tours of interesting
Klnts in Panama and the Canal
ne tomorrow.
New Warships
Are Getting
X-Ray Checkups
BOSTON, April 21 (UP) Con-
struction flaws in warships are
now detected with the same de-
vice used for finding broken
bones in human beings, the X-
ray machine.
There are 15 one-million volt
X-ray machines in the nation's
Navy yards. They can ferret -Hit
flaws In virtually every critical
part of a ship.
For instance: a solid appearing
steel hull may contain air bub-
bles that can cause the ship to
Vets' Memorial Day
Committee Lists Meet
The Pacific Side Memorial Day
Committee of Veteran Organiza-
tions will hold Its second meet-
inn in the American Legion Hall.
Balboa Road, April 24, at 7 p. m.
Representatives of the Veter-
ans qf Foreign Wars, American
Legion, Spanish American War
Vets, and the Ladles Auxiliaries
of the VFW's and American
Legion as well as representavives
of the various Reserve Officer's
Associations are asked to be pre-
sent.
crack under strain. An X-ray will
spot the weak point before any
damage can be done.
Garden Supper
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Muller en-
tertained a small group of the'r
friends at a garden supper last
evening at their residence in Be-
lle Vista.
Mrs. Pearson Entertains
for Visitor
Mrs. John Hornsby of Atlantic
City, New Jersey, a former resi-
dent of the Isthmus, was the
guest of honor at a luncheon giv-
en today by Mrs; E. B. Pearson.
The party was held In the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tivoli and
covers were laid for 14.
Mrs. Hornsby arrived Monday
and plans to sail April 27 for New
Yors. She Is spending most of
her visit here at the Hotel Wash-
ington in Colon.
Farewell Party for
Mr. and Mrs. De Young
Mr. and Mrs. WlUiam F. Cun-
ningham held an at home last
evening at their residence in Bal-
boa :or the friends of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John T. DeYoung of
Corpus Cristi, Texas, who were
for many years residents of Bal-
boa.
The party was a farewell for
Mr. and Mrs. DeYoung who have
spent the winter with Mr. ard
Mrs Cunningham, their son,
Charles De Young and tils wife,
and with their other daughter
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther B. Sartain. They are
leaving early Sunday morning by
airplane for Texas.
Mr. Johnson Honored
at Supper Party
Mrs. Allen Lowrle gave a cock-
tail buffet Thursday evening at
her home In Bella Vista, compli-
menting Maurice W." Johnson o
Rio lit Janeiro. Mr. Johnson, who
was tatloned in Panama several
years ago, has been here during
the week for the Esso Confer-
ence.
Loaves for Bogota
Mrs. Cyrus T. Helm, who has
visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Scollay
Moore at La Cresta while hez
husband was attending the Esso
Conference in Panama, plans to
leavi today for h gota.
Return to Panama
Mr. and Mri. George Novey of
Bella Vista, returned yesterday
by airplane from a vacation trip
to tne United States.
Farewell Party
at Hotel Tivoli
Employes of the Army Civilian
Personnel Office, numbering 50,
gave a farewell dinner last night
in the Fern Room of the Hotel
Tivoli for three of their co-work-
ers who are leaving soon for tr.e
United States. The honor guests
were Mrs. Ray Troxell; John J. S.
Murphy and Jack W. Gentry.
Mr. Gorin Honored
Mrs. Natalie Zapp and Mrs.
Betty Goldstein gave a buffet
dinner Wednesday evening In
honor of Jeremiah Gorin who is
a visitor in Panama. Their guests
Included Mrs. Hela Steiglitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Friedman, Mr.
ot
is
Embassy Transfers
Raymond Phelan
Raymond Phelan, Attache
the American Embassy here,
being transferred to another post,
Charge d'Affaires Murray M.
Wise announced today.
. M. and Mrs. Phelan leave next
Friday on the SS Cristobal of The
Panama Line for New York. They
will then proceed to Washington
where Phelan will report to the
Department of State for consul-
tation and reassignment. The
Phelans plan to spend their va-
cation in Washington with their
three sons who are working
there. Phelan has been in the
Foreign Service for thirty-one
year3.
Phelan was born at Brussels,
Belgium, of American parents on
Octooer 3,1893. After graduation
from St. Michaels College, Brus-
sels, he taught French at the Ly -
cee Francalse and Mecenas Ins-
titute, Port of Spain, Trinidad
from 1814 to 1916. He entered the
United States Consular Service as
a clerk at Trinidad in 1918 be-,
coming a Vice Consul in Decem-'
ber oi that year. He resigned irom
the service In 1919 to Join the Na-
tional City Bank of New Yore,
first in New York and later in
Brussels. Since re-entering the
United States Consular Service
in 1921, he has served In the fol-
lowing posts: La Guayra, Vene-
zuela; Tenerife and Las Palmas,
Canary Islands; Dakar, French
West Africa; Guadalupe, Frenen
West; Indies; Medellin, Colombia;
Barranquilla, Colombia; Curacao,
N.W.I.; Agua Prietas Mexico;
London, England and Managua,
Nicaragua.
Phelan was transferred to Pan-
am on September 17, 1947 as
Consul and Administrative Offi-
cer. He was appointed Assistant
Attache on April 25, 1950 and At-
tache on November 9, 1950.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
LINDBERG. Mr. and Mrs.
Erik, of Balboa, daughter, April
19, Gorgas Hospital
DL. Qift M. ..J Si.
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Telephone 2-2971 Panam
NOW HEAR THIS!
-All hands aboard the good ship Missouri
and New Jersey are asked to volunteer for
some good liberty.
Come out to Services on Sunday at the
Balboa Heights Baptist Church. Save your
taxi fare you can walk from the ship.
The church is right across the Street from
the Balboa Bailroad Station.
Sunday School at 0930
Church Service at 10:45
Bloody Mm Strike
Falters In South
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DANVILLE. Va., April 21 (UP)
CIO leaders proposed today to
appeal to the Wage Stabiliza-
tion Board in Washington for
,-a ilnal and binding agreements"
at the huge Dan River Mills
here which might turnout to be a
pattern fur settlement of the
20-day-old textile strike affect-
ing 40.000 workers in Southern
mills.
This was the first union move
In the long strike tying up mills
in seven Southern states. The
huge Dan River Mills, employ-
ing some 12,500 workers, usually
serves as the focal point in wage
negotiations lor Southwlde tex-
tile industry contracts.
Thousands of strikers already
had drifted back to their Jobs
M the bitter, bloody strike
reached the end of its third
week.
hi Danville, more than 8,000
workers were back at their looms
and others were returning to
work all week in strikebound
mills throughout the Carolinas,
Virginia. Alabama, Georgia,
Louisiana and Tennessee.
The walkout began aprll 1.
Most of the plants affected were
In North Carolina. In several
instances defense orders for
critical materials were tied up
temporarily.
However, despite the walkouts
operators reported virtually all
their plants back In partial
operation 10 days after the
| strike began. Dan River officials
I released figures this week show-
lng billings to civilian customers
as well as Army and Navy orders.
George Baldzanl, vice presi-
dent of the Textile Workers of
America, said he understood a
government price order was a-
bout to be issued in Washington
which would olfer a "more
favirable profit margin" for
textile companies, which would
eliminate one of Dan River's
reasons for not meeting union
demands.
The union was asking for a
13-cents-an-hour wage in-
crease and other pay benefits to
equalize existing pay scales In
Northern and Southern mill?
Several unorganized plants In
the South granted two per cent
pay raises earlier this week, but
union officials said they would
not consider settling the strike dynamite beneath his car.
for that Increase.
Shooting, dynamiting at-
tempts and fist fight had broken
out again and again on U*e
strike front. Danville and
Schoolfleld, Va.. home of the twb
huge Dan River plants, were the
scenes of the most trouble.
One man was wounded In %
clash between strikers and statS
police, and two others rerjortj
todav that were fired on.
Two other millworkers wh
refused to strike reported tS*
tempts to dynamite their homej,
and a third found a stick ox
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SATURDAY. APRIL I, If SI
Senators
Doubleheader From N.Y. Yankees
Crowd Boos President
At Washington Opener
By "UNITED PRESS
President Traman, making his first nun-political public ap-
pearance since he fired General Douglas MacArthur, received a
Jflixed choras of boos and applause as he entered Griffith Sta-
dium. There were loud boos in the eighth inning when the pub-
lic address annonncer requested the fans to remain seated after
the game until the President and bis party left.
The boos marked the flrs,t time a president was fretted In
that manner at a baseball game since the 1929 World Series at
Philadelphia. That year President Herbert Hoover was heckled
with shouts of "We want beer" as a protest against prohibition.
Yesterday, a man sitting near President Truman shouted
"Where's MacArthur?" The President merely rubbed his chin and
kept looking at the playing field. '
Allir Revnolds. the Yankee hurler with the ailing right arm,
caught the ball tossed out by Mr. Truman. The pitch by the
President was slightly wild but his control was better than
that of the Yankee pitchers once the game started.
Five New York pitchers handed out 13 walks. Winning pitch-
er Sandy Consuegra got into the "wild-man's" act and issued
seven bases on balls.
Uncle Miltie
Goes Today In
Wood Memorial
Consuegra held the world
champs to four hits. The Sen-
ators got only two hits but they
were triples.
In the nightcap the Senators
wept the doubleheader with an
8-4 victory. The Yankees Jackie
Jensen homered.
The White Sox scored their
third straight victory, a three-
hit 5-0 decision by Randy Gum-
pert over the Tigers at Chicago
The White 8ox scored three runs
In the third on one hit and three
Tiger errors.
The Red Sox suffered a 6-3
defeat at the hands of last years'
last place Athletics at Boston.
Kermit Wahl's two-run single
and an error by centerfielder
Dom DIMaggio gave Lefty Alex
Kellner the three runs he need-
ed to win the four-hitter In the
eighth.
Bobby Feller, looking as
brilliant as ever, pitched the
Indians to their third
straight victory before an
enthusiastic opening crowd
of 48.316 in Cleveland, beat-
ing the Browns on five >.-
4-1 and striking out eight
g batten. Hank Arft homered
to spoil a shutout.
National League
s The Braves edged the Phillies
| f-1 behind the stellar pitching
SMax Surkont at Philadelphia,
was a humiliating home
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I
opener for the National League!
Champion Phillies who were un-
\ able to get a hit from Surkont
until the sixth Inning and their
only run was unearned in the
i eighth. Surkont struckout six.
Rookie Luis Mrquez was the
] offensive star for the Braves
(driving in the first run with a
i single then touched off the rally
i that produced the winning run
with another single. He also
stole third base and came hume
on a fly bv Surkont.
The Dodgers also spoiled
the home debut for the
Giants at the Polo Grounds
behind Don Newcombe's
five-hitter in a 7-3 decision.
The Dodgers put over four
runs in the fifth, Jackie
Robinson sending in two
with a bases loaded single.
Roy Campanella batted in
three runs with a single and
double. Newcombe allowed only
one hit in the final five score-
less innings.
Gerrv Staley spaced nine hits
I to pitcii the Cardirrtls to a 5-1
victory over the Cubs in a St.
Louis night game. Third base-
I man Eddie Kazak's two-run
j double featured a four-run fifth
! inning rally that beat Johnny
i Bchmitz. The Cards' Joe Gara-
i giola homeftd.
No other National League
! games were scheduled.
NEW YORK, April 21 (UP)
The Kentucky Derby favorite
"Uncle MUtle"will head a field
of 16 three-year-olds today In
the 27th running of the Wood
Memorial at Jamaica.
Uncle MUtie. which finished
eighth in the Experimental
Handicap Number Two at the
same New York Track last Sat-
urday, again will be ridden by
Hedlev Woodhouse. The $40.000
Wood Memorial Is tlie final
major prep for the May 5th
running of the Kentucky Derby
at Churchill Downs.
The chief threat to Uncle
Miltie will oe the King Ranch
entry of "Sonic" and "Lona
Bow." All the thoroughbreds will
carry 126-pounds the same
weight assigned to the starters
in the Kentucky Derby. The
winner will get $36.000 If all 16
start in the mile and one-six-
teenth Memorial;
0
The 1950 horse-of-the-year
Chris Chenery's "Hill Prince'
is scheduled to run in the $100.-
000 Washington Park Handicap
on September 3rd.
Hill Prince has been idle since
January 28th when he injured
a leg during a workout at Santa
Anita. Chenery sent a $200 check
to-the officials of the Chicago
track to keep Hill Prince eligible.
An attached note read"Pre-
sent indications are Hill Prince
shall be racing again in time
for the handicap."
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L.
Washington .... 4 0
Cleveland..... 3 0
Chicago...... 3 0
New York ..... 2 2
Philadelphia ,,,12.
Boston ...,,, 0 3
Detroit...... 0 3
St. Louis..... 0 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago
Philadelphia at Boston
St. Louis at Cleveland
New York at Washington
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pet.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(FIRST GAME 1
New York 000 011 0013 4 0
Wash 102 100 1005 2 3
Byrne '0-11. Muncrief, San-
ford. Porterfield. Ostrowskl and
Berra.
Consuegra (1-0) and Grasso.
Teams
Pittsburgh .
Brooklyn .
Chicago .
Boston .
St. Louis .
New York .
Philadelphia
Cincinnati .
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TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Philadelphia
Brooklyn at New York
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Chicago at St. Louis iN>.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 020 040 1007 9 2
New York 100 200 0003 5 2
Newcombe 1-0) and Cam-
Panella.
Jones (0-1). Spencer, Kennedy
and Westrum.
Phila. 020 010 030-6 8 1
Boston 200 010 0003 4 3
Kellner (1-0 > and Tlpton.
Parnell (0-1'. Scarborough.
McDermott and Batts.
Detroit 000 000 0000 3 4
Chicago 003 100 0105 7 0
Gray (0-1 >. Herbert, McLe-
land and Ginsberg.
Gumpert (1-0) and Niarhos,
Boston 010 010 0002 7 2
Phila. 001) 000 0101. 2 0
Surkont (1-0) and Cooper.
Helntzelman (0-11 Miller and
8emlnick.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Not
! Scheduled).
St. Louis 000 000 0011 5 1
Cleveland 010 000 OOx4 5 2
Starr (0-1. Pillette and Moss.
Feller (1-0) and Hegan.
SECOND GAME
(Night Oame.i
Washington. 8
New York 4.
(Night Game) /
St. Louis 5
Chicago 1.
RACING RETURNS
WILMINGTON. Del.. (NEA).
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program is increased for the 13! h
year in a row.
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Cuba's Kid Gaviln cleared the
last hurdle for his Mav 18 wel-
terweight title match with
Johnny Bratton of Chicago bv
scoring an unpopular decision
over Italy's Aldo Minelli last
night at the Saint Nicholas
Arena before 2,582 fans who
paid $5,829.
Bratton Is recognized as
champion bv the National Box-
ing An.ociation but the New
York State Athletic Commis-
sion has withheld recognition
until Bratton fights Gaviln.
The bout Is scheduled for Madi-
son Sauare Garden.
Gaviln was unable to stun or
drop the heavier Minelli but he
so clearly dominated the ac-
tion that each of the three of-
ficials awarded the Italian only
three rounds. Minelli weighed
152'2. Gaviln 150 3/3.
All four morning papers
agreed the judges were right
In awarding Gaviln the deci-
sion but It was reported the
fans booed resoundingly and
created a noisy disturbance.
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College Throws Scare Info
CHS Losing In Final Period
The highly favored Cristobal
High School basketball team,
victor of the recent Invitational
tourney, had a scare thrown In-
to them last night bv a fight-
ing, underdog Junior College
quintet at the Balboa Gym-
nasium.
The final score was 40-33, in
Cristobal's favor of course, but
the Atlantic Siders were on tho
short end of the score going In-
to the last quarter and if it
hadn't been for Coach Lou
Fanuccl's lack of reserve strength
his Collegians might have been
able to put over a big upset.
The action was nip and tuck
most of the way. with the Col-
lege five showing up brilliantly
on the defense. At the end of
the third quarter the Obllegians
managed to squeeze into a 28-23
lead but the High School fought
M
Globe Trotters
To Visit Panam
Next Month
The Harlem Globe Trotters,
famous Negro professional bas-
ketball team, are making a
three-Week swing through eight
South American countries to
play a series of exhibition
games.
Leaving Miami by Pan Amer-
ican Alrwavs Clipper Sunday
(April 22 Flight 453 7.20
a. m.>, the team20 strong
is flying straight through to
Rio de Janeiro, arriving there
Monday (Aprtl 23 Flight 203
10:18 a. m.i
After two days In Rio. the
team Is flying -to Sao Paulo.
Brazil. Wednesday (April 25
PAB Flight 901) for four days
of exhibitions.
Leaving Sao Paulo April 29
(Flight 2061. the cage stars are
playing a one-night stand In
Montevideo, Uruguay, then (ly-
ing on to Buenos Aires for a
day (April 301.
The team Is "playing" its
way up the west coast of South
America through Chile. Pera
and Ecuador, arriving in Bo-1
gota, Colombia, May 8 by Aero-.
vias Nacionales de Colombia <
(Aviancai. Pan American's Co-
lombian affiliate tFlight 720).
The basketeers leave the
following day (May 9) for
Panama (Avlance Flights
720 and 719) for two day
of exhibitions which mark
the end of the tour.
The team is returning to New
York May ll.,Clippering (Flight
511) from Panama toBarranqui-
11a. Colombia, where thev board
an Avianca plane (Flight 666)
for the flight home.
BRIDGES SPANS CAPRocky Bridges, a real Dodger, threaten I
to chase Billy Cox and Bobby Morgan off third base and the other I
side out of the park. As Montreal s shortstop, he made the Inter-
national League's All-Star team the past two summers. (NEA)
back to even terms with four
minutes to go and then ra.t
away as the Collegians, one
starter out on fouls, ran out o
gas.
Wilson and Manning between
them accounted for 30 points
of the High School total while
All McKeown and Wally Trout,
with-11 points each, were the
big guns for the College. The
box score: "_
CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE
Field Foul Total
McKeown. forward 4 3
Mullen, forward 0 0
Orvls. forward 0 0
Trout, center 3 5
Peterson, guard 0 0
McArthur C, guard 1 3
McArthur G guard 1 4
Welch, guard 0 0
Neckar, guard 0 0
tterjWy l&a h Classfeis
Totals
9 15
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
Manning, forward 7 0 14
Anderson, forward 1 3
Simmons, forward 0 0
Wachtel; forward 0 0
Wilson, center 7 2
Blackburn, center 0 0
Zimmerman, guard 0 0
Kuhrt, guard 0 0
Smith, guard 0 0
Bailey, guard 1 0
Sullivan, guard 0 3
Totals
16 6
Score bv periods:
Junior College 8 17 26 33
C. High School 11 18 23 40
OfficialsGergini and Chanoe.
Score: Luke Plumbo, Henry
Falk and Bill Zemer.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. WOOD, abovef"owin* ,1",1,!;
recent weddinf? at the Jefferson 8t. Methodist Churoh in
Natchez, Mississippi. t.
Mr. Wood is well-known on the Atlantic Side of the Isth-
mus, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood of Colon.
He was connected with the United Fruit Company in Cristo-
bal before going to New Orleans where he is stationed with
the Company. Mrs. Wood is the former Miss Marilyn Nugent,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Nugent of Natchez. The Woods
are now residing at 1320 St. Andrews Street, New Orleans.
MISS ARDEN ARMSTRONG BECOMES
BRIDE OF MR. MAX WEICH
In a double ring ceremony at the American Episcopal
Church of Our Saviour in Cristobal, Miss Arden Armstrong,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Armstrong of Margarita,
Slighted her troth to Mr. Ma* Weicb, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[orris Weich of Gatun. The service took place Friday, April
20, at half past seven o'clock with the Reverend Milton Cook-
son officiating, in the presence of a large gathering of friends
and relatives.
Jane Friese made the farewell
speeches and presented Mrs. Gll-
lia a Chinese embroidered lun-
cheon cloth and napkins from
the troops.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. James Scarborough and
Mrs. William R. Undstrom.
The leaders and mothers pre-
sent were: Mrs. M. S. Gardner.
Mrs. Jessie A. Friese. Mrs. James
Barr. Mrs. Donald Nelson and
Mrs. Archie Davidson.
The girls of Troop 8 included:
Dorothy Llndgren, Karen David-
son. Jo-Ann Qardner, Mary Bra-
ma Kitchen, Patty Preiss. Clalrle
Head. Linda Sofka, Caroline Day,
Ann>i Jackson, Jo-Ann Self. Su-
san Lewis. Sylvia'Gardner, Didl
Bremer. Anna Amduxen. Thoe
from Troop 45 were: Betty
Barnes, Peggy Jess, Gladys Nel-
ven, Carrie Nelson, Sharon Preiss,
and Rose Ann Sarcln.
Visitors at Fort Clayton
Lt. and Mrs. William R. Lind-
strom and daughter, Annabeth,
are spending some time with
Captain and Mrs. John Uldrkk
of Fort Clayton.
"For Love or Money"
Opens Tonight
The Cristobal Little Theater
will present its opening perform-
ance of "For Love or Money'' this
evening at 8:30 under the direc-
tion of Carol Rice. It will also te
given Monday and Tuesday even-
ings at 8:00.
This Is a three-act comedy an.l
guarantees a pleasant evening s
entertainment.
Farewell Suppers
for Mr. and Mrs. Sander
Mr. and Mrs. Charle Troland
and Mrs. Elizabeth Rowley ar-
ranged a supper party on ihe
ground floor of the Troland home
Wednesday evening for Mr. n^d
Mrs. Milton Sanders who sailed
yesterday to reside in Kentucky.
Also present were the children.
Sheila. Karen, John and Jack
Sanders, with Jimmy Troland
and Carolyne Rowley.
JA rs. Rafael de Boyrie, organic t,
played the traditional wedding
marches for the processional and
recessional and accompanied Mrs.
George Engelke, who sang Schu-
bert's "Ave Maria" and "O Per-
fect Love" by Barnby.
Cilia lilies were used on the al-
tar with lighted tapers. Standing
Sndelabras were also used to
ht the chancel. White satin
bows marked the pews.
The bride entered upon the
rm of her father, by whom she
was given in marriage. She was
fteautiful in her wedding gown ot
wfclle embroidered organdy over
matching satin. The fitted bodice
had a high neckline with a point-
ed collar and long fitted sleeves
which endde in points. The col-
lar and sleeves were edged in a
soft ruffling of nylon net. Tiny
covered buttons finished the
front of the bodice, which was
pointed at the waistline. The ve-
ry, full ballerina length skirt was
finished with a cascade of ruf-
fles. The fingertip veil of illu-
sion fell from a matching cap of
organdy and nylon net. Her only
jewelry was a gold cross necklace
with matching earrings. She car-
ried a prayer book topped with
whit roses showered with ribbon
streamers.
Miss Arllne Lincoln of Balboa,
was the maid of honor. She wore
a gown of orchid Swiss organdy
over matching taffeta. The top of
the bodice was made of iine
tileats which formed a boat rreck-
Ine and puffed sleeves. The dou-
ble crgandy skirt was very full
and ballerina lenugth. Matching
taffeta formed a fitted cummer-
bund. She wore long organdy
mitts and used gold accessories.
Her flowers were a colonial bou-
quet of yellow rosebuds outlined
with a frill of green mallne and
he wore a matching arrange-
ment in her hair.
Miss Andrea Armstrong, sister
of the bride, was the junior
bridesmaid. She wore yellow,
Swiss organdy over brocaded taf-
feta. The dress was made with a
boat neckline and puffed sleeves,
and had a large bow to form u
bustle effect. The ballerina skirt
was finished at the bottom with
scallops. She carried a Colom.il
nosegay bouquet of bamboosa or-
chids and wore an arrangement
In her hair. Her shoes were made
of brocaded taffeta.
Mr. Richard Swearingen was
best man for Mr. Welch. The
ushers were: John Nale and Roy
Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs Armstrong enter-
tained with a reception at their
Margarita home following the
ceremony. Mrs. Armstrong chose
for the occasion a dress of char-
treuse nylon with a matching
hat. The dress was sleeveless and
had a high neckline and a tunic
skirt. She used long matching
mlttj and wore an orchid cor-
sage and orchid colored accesso-
ries.
Mrs. Welch, mother of the
froom, wore a dress of navy blue
ace over pink taffeta with a
black hat and accessories and an
orchid corsage.
The residence was decorated
with garden flowers. Roses were
used on the bride's table, which
was centered with a four-tiered
white and sllvai wedding cake,
topped with a bride and groom.
Mrs. Por(ter Crawford, a cousin
of the bride, presided at the
punch bowl, and an aunt of the
bride. Mrs. Ivan D. Hilliard. serv-
ed the cake, after the bride and
groom cut the first slice. Mrs.
Roy Redmond of Diablo, was In
charge of the bride's book and
Miss Bette Farrell of Balboa, as-
sisted with the reception.
Later in the evening, the bride
and groom left for a local homy-
moon. Her going away costume
was a white linen suit, with
which she used red accessories.
They will return next week and
be at home at 85-a New Cristobal.
Miss Armstrong has been one
of the most popular members of
the younger set on the Atlantic
Side. She graduated from Cristo-
bal High School In 1948 and is
mployed in the Finance Office at
Fort Gulick.
Mr. Weich graduated from C.H.
S. in 1945 and attended the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College. He serv-
ed with the Air Force for two
years, and was stationed at Rio
Hato. He is employed by the At-
lantic "Terminals Division.
Mr- and Mrs. James Coman en-
tertained the Sandere family for
dinner their last evening on the
Isthmus.
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 6)
Hall and Farewell Party
A cocktail party and buffet
supper was given at the Coco So-
lo Officers Club Thursday even-
ing as a farewell to Commander
Charles B. Farwell, who has been
serving as the commanding offi-
cer of the Coco Solo Naval .Sta-
tion and as a welcome to the new
commander, Captain Lyle L.
Koepke and their ladles.
The officers and their wives
from the station and also the Na-
val Officers and ladles who arc
stationed at other point* on the
Atlantic Side were present.
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honoring Mrs. Walter Gillia who
is leaving soon.
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He Uncovered
That Secret!
IN HOLLYWOOD...
HOLLYWOOD Ex- I
clusively yours: It's too secret,
but the "Meet Danny Wilson"
script that's being prepared at
UI for Frank 8lnatra is prac-
tically his auto biography.
There's a role in lt that Ava;
Gardner can play...:Ethel Bar-
rymore's memoirs are almost
completed but she's sayine no to
publishing offers. The stinglm;
manuscript. I hear, will be ear-
marked:
"For posthumous publica-
tion."
a
George Pitman clipped the
following movie ad from a Pasa-
dena, Calif, newspaper:
"Gayelord Hauser suggests
breathing exercises during: a
dull movie short. Come in and
build up your health during our
dull shorts. Yogurt sold at the
candy counter."
* a a
Clark Gable is asking MOM to
snag Celeste Holm for his co-
star lp "Lone Star." John Wayne,
meanwhile couldn't swing hi i
commitment* to Join Gable
in the same film___Despite talk
of a rift. Franchot Tone and
Barbara Payton have already set
the wedding date. They'll also
co-star In Steve Fisher's "Good-
bye to Katie" right after tlv
honeymoon .... MGM doesn'f
know it vet. but Mario Lanza will
nix a role he's been assigned in
"The Big Cast." Figures it's only
a walk-onand he's so right.
Happy Chandler Is In the race
for the $65,000-a yar-movlr-
Eubllc relations post once hell
V Byron Price.... Ethel La-
Vane and Forde Grofe. who col-
laborated on "Atlantic Cross-
ing." insist there's no romance
in their tunes. They're writing a
new composition." World's Fair."
.. .An average of two atom bomb
stories is passing dally over the
desk of Producer Aubrey
Schenck. but he says his success-
ful "Target Unknown" will be his
last war ^llm for a long time.
The idea for a film biography
of famed water belle Annette
Kellerman came from Esther
Williams herself.
But Esther found that it was
easier to swim through a dozen
gletures than persuade MGM to
uv the story.
"Annette and I cooked lt up
between us," Esther told me.
"When I mentioned it to the
studio years ago. they weren't
interested. 8o I gave ud. Then
they bought it."
Will Esther ever take to divine.
Into portable tanks or theater
stages as Annette did years ago?
-Vie had lots of offers,
but first I have to finish
some more pictures she said.
"I'd like to do It someday
and I will."
Esther's description, of her
current starrer, "A Texas Caf-
nlval':
"It's a western musical with a
lot of water thrown in."
i"
Vincent Price isn't bashful a-
bout admitting where he got the
Idea for his broad comedy ver-
! sion of a swashbuckling movie
star in "His Kind of Woman."
"He's a cross between Errol
I Flynn and John Barrymore," he
i says.. .Robert Clarke, who co-
stars with Sally Forrest In "Hard.
Fast and Beautiful" about the
reported feud between Claire!
I Trevor and Ida Lupino during
i the making of the picture:
"They both knew their busl-
I ness and they both knew what i
, they wanted. Only somethint
they didn't want the same
things, that's all."
Elsa Maxwell has nothing on.
Lois Andrews as a party-tosser.
Lois' "Come as a Song" party
left Hollywood gasping. Some of
the printable costume details:
I.inda Darnell was swathed from ;
head to toes In purple as "Deep
Purple." Writer Hal Conrad, with
two ale bottle tops pasted on his
shoulders, claimed to represent
"Eli, Ell." Hostess Andrews, as
the "Million Dollar Baby." was
clothed in million-dollar bills.

Lee J. Cobb Is huddling with
Howard Hawks over "The Bis |
Sky" and "The Left Hand of
God." Nobel prize winner Wil-
liam Faulkner has a tough as-
signment whiDping the latter
Into a screenplay. It's about an
ex-fller in China who disguises
himself as a Driest.
Your Piles
Don't suffer from painful. Itching
Pllea another hour without laying
Chinarold. Upon application Chlnaroid
I atarte curbing Pile mlaarlea I waya: 1.
i Kases pain and Itching. I. Helps shrink
> lore, swollen tlsauea. 1. Helps nature
I leal Irritated niembransa ahfl alluy Pila
I "iervpijsneee. Ask your Druggist; faa
1 Ulnareid todajr.
A current movletown gag con-
cerns the blonde star who in-
sisted on seeing the sneak pre-
view reaction cards of her ne.v
flcture. The producer tried to
ilk her out of it. but the star
screamed that the was going to
see the cards or else.
Half of the comments asked
why the movie queen didn't re-
tire and make room for new
[talent. And one card read:
"It Is bad photography or doarjt
Ishe really have a moustache."
a
Frank Fontaine, about a movie-
executive: "He was forced to-
take out his wife because hi
secretary didn't understand
,hlm."
with JohnHODIAIC^^oGEjJN!
CECILIA THEATRE | Do,lb" Pr0"m
He'll Kill Ya!... In This Hilarious Comedy!...
William BENDIX Gloria HENRY. In
"KILL THE UMPIRE"
- Also: -
Jerome COURTLAND Beverly TYLER, In
"THE PALOMINO"
TROPIC ALT HE AT RE
VINCENT PRICE El.I.EN DREW, In
"THE BARON OF ARIZONA"
Women fought for hU kiste*... Men
__________clamored for h.i Ufe...!
JNCANTO THEATRE
Robert Young Betsy
Drake, in
"ELLEN"
Dan Duryea Gale Storm
- In -
"Underworld Story"
TIVOLI THEATRE
Rosa Carmina Fernando
Fernnde7. in
"TRAICIONERA"
Also: "AZARES PARA
TI BODA"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Great Program P
Violent Drama P
Edaiond ()rle
"71l" OCEAfC
DRIVE"
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"CAPTAIN AMERICA"
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"GAY BLADES" and
'UNDER NEVADA SKIES"-
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"PRIDE OF THE YANKEES"
Plin-Danee RevueV Sunday "DALLAS*
DIABLO HTS
SIS 1:1*
Louis CALHERN Ann HARDING
'The Magnificent Yankee"
__________Sunday "ELLEN"___________
C O C O L I Marshall THOMPSON Virginia HELD
S:IA <:M
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"DIAL 1119"
Sunday "ROUNDS rOB >IAR1AGE'^
PfDRO MIGUEL
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GAMBOA
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William BENDIX Una MERKEL
"KILL THE UMPIRE"
______ Sunday 'DIAL 111"
G A 1 U N
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Paulette GODDARD Pedro ARMEN DARIZ
"THE TORCH"
_________ Sunday "COLT ,S"
MARGARITA
1:19 :M
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"NEVER A DULL MOMENT'
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COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
COPPER
WILL BE HARDER TO GET.
We still have It in
ROLLS
SHEETS
TUBES
PIPES
FITTINGS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave.Tel. 3-0140
SLIPCOVERS
ItiMnni-iniiiu- lor Mv in* room
ictR. Couches A Cuihlons
L*l me figure roar material
needs Free Estimates
ALBERTO IIEHCS Pan 3-3151
ft a.m. to 7 p.m
DRV SEASON
ts the season for
PAINTING
Visit our stadium area store
on new concrete road.
IJffht Traffic Easy Parkins
English speaking clerks
EVERYTHING IN PAINTS
THE BEST FOR LESS
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaza S de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
Just* Received
'STRATOFLAME'
BUTANE-GAS
LIGHTERS
$7.95
floaLSG
sth of May Piaza
m
I
K
r-f-T^r;
tURBtR
BUILDING
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
Tel. S-IS03
III f synchronize!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory prices.
Consult
-CAMERA STORE
' LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-0199
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:'49 Huick Suptr Con-
vertible. Phone Coco Solo 302.
FOR SALE:By competitive bid three
1948 Chevrolet ond two 1947
Fords May be seen ot 796-X Lo
Boca Road, Balboa. Phone 272-
4143 doys, 2-1475 evenings for
appointment. Bids close April 30th.
FOR SALE:Dodge 1948 Custom.
4-door, excellent rubber, A-1 point,
upholstery and engine. $1,250.
Gatun 236-B.
fe
FOR SALE:Ford 1*951. duty paid,
excellent condition for quick sale-
Call 2-2112 weekdoys.
,"OR SALE:'1950 BUICK SUPER
CONVERTIBLE, electric operoted
windows and seats, signal and
back-up lights, special radio, blue
point, black top. Low mileage. Ten
months old. Excellent condition.
F-263 engine. Good gas miles. All
leather inside. Must see to ap-
preciate appearance. Priced to sell.
Con be financed. MASTERS, Tel.
6-526. (After 5 p.m.) 102-G.
Gamboa 172 (a.m.)
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury, 4-door
with radio, 7000 miles. Phone
85-4269 before 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:Trailer in perfect condi-
tion $20.00. House 902, Apt. C.
Tel. 2-1942 La Boca.
FOR SALE1940 Studeboker in good
condition for $350. Must sell own-
er leaving. Tel. 2-3476.
FOR SALE :_11950 Dodge Kingswoy
Club Coupe, 3000 miles. $1,800
($400 less than cost.) 1488-C
Balboa 2-1760.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick Super Con-
vertible, 2,400 miles, radio,
hydraulic windows top reasonable.
Phone 82-5236. 4 to 6.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50< per hour
plus 7< per mile.
Insurance end driving
permit included.
Cell Ponomi 2-1995.
Garage Elioi.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Fine Tract of flat lond,
Chilibre. 12 acres with river en-
closed. Numerous fruit trees in
bearing stage. Tel. 3-2577.
FOR SALE:Three concrete block
modern Cholets on 3 Vi acres land,
water, electricily, gardens, fruits.
I \'i miles in Arroijin, owner on
premises, Johnson.
FOR SALE:Reosonable. Modern 6-
rooms concrete Chalet, city conve-
niences, fruited land, fenced, 4
miles from Coln Tronsistmion
highwoy. Coln 1283-J.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Alligator skin wallet con-
taining personal documents and
$5.00 in cosh. Owner only inter-
ested in return of wallet proper
ond personal papers which of no
use to others. Finder kindly con-
tact Rudy Srempel by telephone ot
Panama 2-0369 or 2-0479.
St. Christopher's
'Forward Movement'
Service Is Tomorrow
Special services will be held to-
morrow at St. Christopher's
Church, Rio Abajo. In recogni-
tion of the launching of a For-
ward Movement by sad Parish's
Young Peopiejs Group. Delegates
from all churches on the Isth-
mus are Invited.
Tria special preacher for that
evening will be the Rev. Mainert
B. Petersen. B.D.. Director of the
Youth Department of the Epis-
copal Diocese of Panama and re
Canal Zone. The service will be
led by Mr.' Rupert Strickland,
President of the Episcopal Youth
of the Diocese of Panama-Canal
Zone, which also includes Costa
Rica Nicaragua and Colombia.
3 Thunderjets
Crash In Germany
On Routine Flights
FRANKFURT. April 21 (UP)
Three United States Thunderjet
lighters have crashed In Ger-
many In five days. An Investiga-
tion has been ordered.
The three crashes all fa-
tal occurred during routine
training flight.
An Air Force spokesman said:
"There are so many factors In-
volved In a crash you can never
rule out any possibility, but I
believe I am safe In saying
sabotage Is not suspected."
Air For~e etreJei said the
ea were pre -My cans ri t-
the Inexperience ol young pi
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have drinking problem?
Write Alcoholict Anonymous
ox 2031 Aneen, C. Z.
Interested in a cruise to Venezuela
in a 36 foot auxiliary ketch? Box
93. Pedro Miguel or House 177-D
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High glen II point.
and enamels. Mildtw-proef. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stern
FOR SALE: Aquarium fishes, 18
species, aquarium supplies. No. 1 I
Vio Espaa, front of Juan Fronco
Stables.
FOR SA.LE>4-Royal tires and tubes
820x15 recopped white side wall,
run less than 3000 miles. Phone
4-357.
'.eaving Ponomi must sell carrier oir
conditioned 4i H.P., 25 cycle
$295.00. con be converted to 60
cycle, smoll additional charges.
Tel. 2-0810, Ferguson.
FOR SALE:50 to 200 shares Hote-
les Interamericanos, very cheop.
Need money. Tel. 2-3631.
-----------,.-------------,-----------
FOR SALEWheel choir in good con-
. dition, reasonable. Porque Lefevre
8th Street No. 8, near Catholic
Church.
FOR SALE:Horse, saddle and reins,
suitable for child. Tel. 3-2960.
Mothers, child spetialists recommend
JUMPING-JACK Shoes for correct
walking habits from the cradle to
4 years. Sold exclusively of iASY-
LANOIA. No. 39 43rd Street.
"If it's for the Baby, we have if!")
Do you wont to buy beautiful police
puppies, sired by the great "Chi-
co?" Inquire ot 6th Street No. 3,
Visto Hermoso.
LESSONS
Learn to dance waltz, fox-trot, jitter-
bug, rumba, tango, m a m b o,
Charleston. Balboa YMCA Tuesday.
Thursday, Saturday all day. Harnett
E. Dunr).
Wanted Position
Bilingual American with administra-
tive, sales, transportation and gen-
eral business experience desires
position, excellent references. Write
J. D. Box 134, Panami.
Help Wanted
WANTED:-Reliable moid with ex-
perience in European cooking. Ap-
ply No. 30. 33rd Street corner of
Justo Arosemena. V
Position Offered
WANTED: Construction foremon
preferible concrete for work In Co-
lombia, contact Jake Graham at
"El Roncho Garden" from 5:45
p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
CAPABLE SECRETARY WANTED:
Panamanian; must be bilingual,
alert, ambitious and good corres-
pondent one who con accept res-
ponsibility. Write in detail out-
lining qualifications and experi-
ence, marital status, education, re-
ferences, solary expected to Box
2044, Ancon, Conol Zone.
WANTED: General mechanic for
work In Colombio, contact Jake
Grohom ot "El Rancho" from 5:45
p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Rev. MacPherson
Conductm Revival
In Several Towns
A revival is being conducted by
the Rev. Stanley MacPherson at
the gymnasium In Paraso. Canal
Zone. Services have been goinf*
on since last Wednesday, where
i he attendance and Interest has
been Increasing dally.
Rev. MacPherson speaks on In-
teresting Bible Subjects and rais-
es the question as to whether di-
vine healing as taught In the Bi-
ble is for all Christians today.
He will speak at morning serv-
ices commencing at 11 a.m. in
the Clubhouse at Paraso tomor-
row. In the evening he will speak
at tlie Church of God, located be-
tween 11th and 12th streets nd
Justo Arosemena. Colon.
On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. and
continuing throughout the wc-k.
services will be conducted at the
gymnasium In Paraso.
Rev. MacPherson comes from
California and Is now on a five-
month tour of Central America,
and the West Indies.
ROl'ND TRIP TO RIOSCO*.
AMERICAN LEGION
CONTEST PRIZE
El Conquistador
Braniff DC-C
Call: 2-2851 t:3-5:0t
2-1653 after 5:M
FOR RENT
House*
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bothroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern ond in first
class condition. Located between
Panilla and Panami Golf Club.
Available for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
RESORTS
killipi. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435, Bolboo. Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Casino Santo Clora no reflistra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RISIRVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming of Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
FOR RENT:Furnished Chalet. 5th
Street No. 10 La Cresta. Three
bedrooms, two sanitary services,
one diningroom, two livingrooms,
kitchen, maid's room with sanitary
service, garage. Tel. 3-0778. .
FOR RENT:Three bedroom bunga-
low. Very good neighborhood. Well
located. Apply 810 Sobonas. Tel.
3-3041.
FOR RENT: Furnished house, May
1 August I. Llvingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, maid* room with bath,
screened bock porch. Tel. 3-2555,
Panami.
FOR RENT
' Apartments
OR RENT: ALHAMIRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnlshed-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
OR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment living-diningroom. $55 Key,
85 C-iba Avenue.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, sitting-diningroom furnish-
ed $65.00, all screened. Entrance
San Francisco. Phone 3-0234.
OR RENT:Apartments 1 & 2 bed-
rooms centrally located in mod*4h
building. Apply Phone 2-0480.
FOR RENT: Furnished aportment.
2 bedrooms, very cool, balcony.
Also I bedroom, both. No. 2, 47th
Street, corner Federico Boyd. 4 to
6 p.m.
FOR RENT:Two modern one bed-
room apartments, neor Conrl Zone.
Rent $55 and $60. Phone Ponomi
3-0763 or 2-0027.
OR RENT:Very modern apartment
Ave Cuba between 39th and 40th
Street. Three bedrooms, who boths,
servant quarters. Information at
No. 12, 39th St. Monday after 5
p.m.
OR RENT: One bedroom oport-
ment Ave. Cuba betw-en 39'h end
40th Street. Informotion ot No. 12,
39th St. Monday after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
Gramlich's Santa Claro beach,
eottoge, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderte rates. Phone
Gamboo, 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Santa Clara Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Luxurious bedroom set.
Original price $650 a gift at $225.
No. 7, 34th Street.
FOR SALE:25 cycle, 9 cu. ft. re-
frigerator, excellent condition $80;
Mahogany Guatemalan lounge
choir $25; 53 .piece set fransician
China $20. 5444-L Endicott St..
D'ablo.
FOR SALE: Mahogany diningroom
toble and 6 chairs, small side-
board, "Cowes" mahogany bed-
room set, bed frames, "Simmons"
coil springs, iruierspring mattress-
es, double chest of drawers, dress-
ing table and bench, night stand.
mirrors, lamps, mahogany tele-
phone stond with bench, kitchen
toble, chest of drawers and screen
for boby room, high Chair, card
table, refrigerator, stove, glasses
odds and ends. 9:00 to 5:00, even-
ings by oppointment. No. 6, 49th
Street "Ffonconio" Building, Apt I
2-B. Tel. 3-3001.
FOR SAL:Mople crib with mat-1
t/ess. radio and record player.
0556-A Chagres St., Ancon. Tel.
2-3690.
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P.M.
3:30Bebop Bash
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00GUEST STAR
6:15Masterworks from France
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6:45American Folk Songs
7:00GAY PARIS MUSIC HALL
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7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
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10:00The HOG Hit Parade
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1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Tennessee U. Is Ordered
To Take Negro Students
FOR SALE:Frigidoire refrigerator,
"Bush" radio-phone. 97 Justo Aro-
semena Ave"., Apt. 2. Tel. 3-1844.
FOR SALE9 cu. ft. Frigidoire all
porcelain in and out used three
months. $400 $80 less than
( new. 1488-C. Tel. 1760 Balboa.
25 cycles.
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AM.
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8:l&Newsreel USA (VOA)
8:30Hymns of all Churches
9:00Bible Auditorium of the
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9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London studio Melodies
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1:00Jo Stafford
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KNOXVTLLE, Tenn., April 21^
(UP) Federal Judge Roberi L.
Tayloi held today that the Uni-
versity of Tennessee should ad-
mit four Negroes to Its profes-
sion schools, but Indicated he ex-
pect? his opinion to be appealed.
Taylor said the Negroes were
being "denied their rights to
equal protection of the laws" as
secured by the Fourteenth A-
mendment to the Federal Consti-
tution.
He refused, however, to grant
the Negroes injunctions against
enforcement of Tennessee's cons-
titutional and statutory bans on
unsegregated classrooms. The
University will either comply or
appeal, he said.
Tennessee thui became the
11th Southern state where Ne-
groes have won court battle.*
to let black and white tit side
bv side in state-supported Ins-
titutions.
Taylor's opinion climaxed
but may not have endeda fight
begun at Memphis last Dec. 4
when university trustee1!. Inclu-
ding Gov. Gordon Browning, re-
jected the applications o six Ne-
oroes.
The trustees argued that they
could have been jailed and fined
by ruling otherwise.
Four of the Negroes then sued
under the "equal protection*
clause of the Fourteenth Amend-
ment, contending they were re-
buffed solely on race and coin?
grounds.
Taylor's opinion was confines]
to the four Negro plaintiffs, if
did not make clear whether it
applied to Negroes who might
seek entry to other than the Uni-
versity's professional and grad-
uate schools.
"Under the decisions of the UJ3.
Supreme Court, the plaintiffs are
entitled to be admitted to the
schools of the University of Ten-
nessee to which they have ap-
plied," Taylor held.
The Negroes have applied to
the law college and to the grad-
uate school for studies In chemis-
try and biology.
-I
FOR RENT:Cool Independent furn-
ished room. Splendid surroundings.
All conveniences, Bella Vista No.
13. 43rd Street.
FOR SALE
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Hot Spot Along
Korean Battlefront
TOKYO. April 21 (UP)._ Ex-
cept for the unceasing Allied
attack on North Korean air-
fields liable to be used by the
Communists, the central front
was the only hot spot along the
|95-mlle battlefront in North Ko-
rea today.
Though still described as a de-
laying action, the Reds con-
tinued to put up their stiffest
resistance along the approaches
to the Chorwon Kumhka-
Pyongyang triangle.
Small Red units probed the
United Nations lines throughout
the day south of Kumhwa as
only one ridge stood between the
Allies and the open valley road
to Kumhwa.
But 10,000 artillery rounds,
nine air strikes, tank shellinp,
grenade and bavonet attacks
failed to dislodge the Red sfrom
that rMge.
Superforts blasted a trail of
bomb craters down the center of
the airstrip at Yonyo near Ham-
hung. Shooting Stars hit an-
other airfield at Haeju, Just
above the 38th parallel.
Carrier planes from naval
Task Force 77 Joined offshore
warships in continuing the bom-
bardment of Wonsan on the
cast coast.
Thev ran into "terrific" anti-
aircraft fire. Indicating the Reds
ere persisting in their attempts
i to use Wonsan as a major mar-
shalling center and feeder point
i despite 63 straight days of bom-
bardment.
Superforts also reported me-
dium to moderate antiaircraft
fire over bridge targets across
the Chongchon river.
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By Victor itsel
SOLUTION BY 6TATEMANSHIP
Any man, however Important.President, Senator or Gen-
eral only begins to give effect to his own strength when he real-
izes his own limitations. The reward of humility is power through
understanding: the penalty of pride U weakness through hostility.
Thus, it takes a strong man to recognize both the power and posi-
tion of his opponent; and it takes a great man to realize he Is no
more powerful than the belief of hts followers In him. All leaders
are the resultmore than the canseof public opinion.
The President, the United State* Senate and General MacAr-
thur represent great bodies of Americans who differ widely In view
but not In objective. The only quarrel is over what is best for the
country; all desire its welfare. But what is worst for the nation
Is already In progress. That Is the destruction of National Unity.
It Is born of the conviction, in all camps, that any compromise
with the other Is moral treason .. It Is nothing of the kind. It
Is statesmanship, and the only thing preventing its use is per-
sonal vanity... All of our great religions teach that forbearance
and patience are the highest examples of moral courage. Yet
most politicians fear to extend their open hand for fear of being
accused of bending a'knee.
Bridges are being burned which must be rebuilt if we are to
continue to live as a nation. The Capital Is seething with such
violent personal hate the issues have been forgotten. The -object-
ivethe welfare of the countryIs not even mentioned. But in
times of great national danger, personal hatred is the final and
fatal luxury.
Thus it was absurd for the President to Imply General Mac-
Arthur seeks a general war. Gen. MacArthur, like President Tru-
man, seeks to avoid one. Their difference is in method.. On the
other hand it was brutal and shameful of a Republican legislator
to accuse Secretary Acheson of the murder of American boys In
Korea... The mischief in this type of remark is that it makes
calm discussion (and therefore objective solution) impossible...
The ridiculous and untenable positions in which both Democrat-
ic Pres. Truman and the GOP solon have placed themselves is
illustrated by the fact that neither can carry his charges to their
logical conclusion. Criminal prosecution of Sec'y Acheson and
court-martial of Gen. MacArthur are out of the question. Since
no solution can He in this direction, such talk Is dangerous and
irresponsible.
No one can honestly doubt the personal integrity or pub-
lie devotion of President Truman. On the other hand, there
is much difference between deep stubbornness and high
character. The President, out of a mistaken sense of personal
loyalty, has often defied and thwarted the will of the Ameri-
can people. Surely even he must realize that to pardon the
eleetien criminals of Kansas City was a Presld sitial favor,
granted personally and against the wUhes of the nation. This
is not laudable loyaltv to a follower; it is a complete disre-
Eard and disrespect for the feelings of the average Amer-
an. But it is only one of many Presidential insults which
he has offered to the American people... The amazing thing
Is that a man so experienced in public life should be angered
by the resentment his own insults have caused.
Hundreds of thousands of letters and telegrams have In-
formed the President that his method have again aroused the
American people. The President will Ignore the protests on Gen.
MacArthur. But the Senate won't. And thereby may come disas-
ter to our nation.. The Senate can't impeach President Truman
> but it can paralyse and discredit the Administration at every
turn. It can refuse appropriations, investigate departments and
filibuster on policies to such an extent that the business of gov-
ernment will grind to a stop. That would be bad for the Senate,
worse for President Truman and tragic for the country.
The President is attempting the Impossible program of forc-
ing the Secretary of State on the Senate and on the country. But
the Senate will never yield on Dean Acheson. Nor will millions of
American people... His usefulness as Secretary of State is com-
letely over. President Truman's own party leaders have told
lm that The Republicans have screamed it. Yet the President
1;eeps him on, well knowing the result. This may be personal
oyalty, but it Is also callous Indifference to the will of the people
and the power of the 8enate.,. President Truman is enough of a
historian to know that he may hold office, but he cannot govern
without the cooperation of that powerful body.
If he applies the same measure to Dean Acheson that he
applied to General MacArthur, he will honorably and kindly
relieve him of duty, both as an act of personal friendship
and as a necessity to the national unity... It would simply
admit what Is a patent fact: That any legislation, however
good, would be turned down by the Senate if only because
Sec'y Acheson proposed it.
The treat furore over the dismissal of Gen. MacArthur has
obscured the fact that all parties are nevertheless agreed on two
things: A Peace Treaty with Japan and no appeasement in the
Orient By simply starting with the things upon which they are
agreed', in orderly fashion, the great danger to the nation will be
ended. Thus, in the paramount interest of national unity, Dean
Acheson should be removed. Thereafter, the President should ap-
point both Dean Acheson and Gen. MacArthur as his Ambassadors
Plenipotentiary to negotiate and conclude the Japanese Peace
Treaty. This would give assurance to both sides of the great con-
trotroversy that their views were being repeated In th actual
framing of the Pacific Pact. Even more important, it could erase
instantly the tremendous strain between the White House and
the Senate.
Thereafter, the remaining cuestin would be the demonstra-
tion of sufficient guarantees to the public that, In fact, there
will be no appeasement in the Far East. This is comDarattvely
simple. Firstly, the President need merely indicate that the en-
trance of Red China into Korea has forever barred her from the
United Nations and that the United States will use Its veto to
stop it, if necessary. Secondly, that it be made finally clear to
Great Britain and Russia that under no circumstances will For-
mosa be returned to China while the Red Flag flies over the
mainland. Finally, an assistance program to the enslaved peoples
of Asia, including arms, should be Inaugurated through the In-
telligence Services, together with a Pacific Declaration parallel-
ing the Atlantic Charter.
With alarming intensity our internal crisis Is deepening.
First thing* must come first. It would be a "big" act of the Pre-
sident to appoint both Sec'y Acheson and Gen. MacArthur as co-
chairmen of the Japanese Peace Treaty Commission. It would be
even "bigger"' for tnese men to accept and serve In an issue on
which they are agreed than to allow their names to be continued
In a fight which is disastrous to the nation. A Truman-Acheson-
MacArthur agreement would answer the most urgent question In
In the world todaybecause, assuredly, we Americans will get no
respect beyond our borders, over and above the respect we show
each other at home.
9
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. Back
in the days of an almost forgot-
ten conflict, when soldiers were
"doughboys," wore peaked hats
and sang "It's a Long Way to
Tipperary," this town, which al-
ways makes the stuff that goes
io war first, was the scene of
the first successful phoney un-
ion, set up by the first success-
ful enemy industrial spy, who
pulled the first successful sabot-
age strike. _
So, on a trip up the East Coast,
through the clanging arsenals of
this conflict, two wars later, I
stopped by this week to talk
with the men who are whipping
a new defense machine toge-
ther. There were about 135 of
them labor leaders and men
who direct the plants. And, out
of these men of three wars, came
one question late in the day:
They've seen crises before
but is this one of them?
And Washington should know
that there are a thousand
Brldgeports asking the same
question. These men are tne
people represented by the na-
tional labor leaders and the in-
dustrialists' spokesmen meeting,
almost dally with President
Truman and Charles Wilson.
From the grass roots, they are
needling their Washington peo-
ple and are saying bluntly:
"You in Washington tell us
what's happening If you want
us to sacrifice, otherwise why
freeze our wages and prices/
And back iron Washington,
where both sides, even as this
is being written, are feuding
bitterly again over just how
much each group will yield in
this emergency, comes this an-
swer from the highest business
sources: .
"We don'f know what tne
Intelligence services are re-
porting to t^ President But
we do know that right in
President Truman's cabinet
there are two Secretaries who
toho are saying privately that
we're not in a national emer-
gency. They won't ay this
publicly since they prefer the
cabinet to 'the dog house.
And from the labor side come
reports which say, in effect, "
there's a real emergency these
days some one should tell tne
war planning boards about it.
They're acting as though
Stalin's Politburo has declared
a holiday and is off on a five-
year rest cure."
Labor's researchers come up
with some cold figure to> prove
that somebody high in the Ad-
ministration must be frightened
of nothing more serious hitting
this nation than another Tru-
man letter. For example:
Our war boards now are
spending at a rate of two bil-
lion dollars a month l****iot
the more terrifying and justifi-
able four billion <"'llrl'no"li
tab needed to match the swift
Soviet maneuvers.
Orders noto being given for
vital weapons have late in
and 1954 delivery dates
some even due in '955.
No labor leader or'Industrial-
ist blames the corporations in-
volved. But these national lead-
ers hi Washington do point out
that the Navy, for example, Is
negotiating with the Consolidat-
ed Vultee Aircraft Co. for a
handy batch of uWf* "if"""
which can wipe out half an en-
emy's fleet or a nice section of
an enemy coastal town. Plans
call for construction of a tun
new plant in California, expect-
ed to call in several thousand
workers. Fine. But the Navy s
delivery date Is set sometime in
1952. So. when do we 'deliver
the stuff to the Soviet zed Chi-
nese armies where it will do the
most harm?
And then there Is the Army
demand for medium tanks. Al-
though the Ford Co. was eager
for defense work for months it
wasn't until recently that it fin-
ally got a $195,000,000 order for
the little metal monsters. Fine.
The Army came through. Now
the company has bought ist
acres up in Livonia Mich. On it
will go a huge, one-story tank
plant, after the architects and
engineers have designed the
structure. The Ford CO. will turn
them out at record rate out.
by the time the tanks begin to
roll, Korea may be Just a me-
mory, and a bad one at that.
The General Electric Co. is
throwing about $350.000,000
into new plant facilities
which will take four years to
complete. And labor's e:erts
have a hundred such reports,
indicating that somebody in-
side the government's brain-
trust apparently feels that all
this time is expendable.
For example, to move what
stuff we are making, we need
at least 10.000 new freight cars
a month for many a month. So
we're just about going into pro-
duction on 6,000 and many of
the tanks and gun and ammo
crates we are making will sit
In factory yards.
But the government says, go
ahead and build, we have four
or five years.
And then it turn to our na-
tional leaders and says, there
an emergency. What' happen-
ing? Truth is better than the
friction we're getting Into to-
day because of this all-out con-
fusion.
(Copyright 1951, Fost-Ball
Syndicate, Inc.))
'Please, Mister, Don't Shoot Sonto ClousP
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE HEADLESS WORM
\
TEHERAN. There is a very simple measure
of the folly of the Iranian ruling class and the
flabby short-sightedness of American and Brit-
ish policy here. ThU country la being gnawed
to death by a headless worm. No where else In
the world could Uie Tudeh party, without any
nationally known leader, with only the smallest
hard core of true Communists, constitute a seri-
ous threat. But as recent eventa all too clearly
testify, the Tudeh party Is a serious threat in
You ask any Iranian who heads the Tudeh,
who leads and directs It, and even if he 1 one
of the Tudeh' young intellectual fellow travel-
lers, he replies with a shrug, "the Soviet Em-
bassy."
There are four causes for this situation.
First, and most important of all, Iran's own
leading men, the landlords and merchant-po-
litician millionaires who control the country,
have signally failed to put the national house
in order. The wartime occupation swelled the
urban proletariat and opened the eyes of the
peasant masses to the wretchedness of their lot.
But the weak and corrupt postwar governments
have utterly failed to combat the misery and
hopelessness that daily Increases here.
Second, the masters of the Kremlin about a
year ago shrewdly changed their whole tone
towards Iran, abandoning loud menace for
smooth amiability. No longer reminded dally of
the danger In the north, the Iranian politicians
have been encouraged both to forget their de-
pendence for protection on the West, and to fall
out more readily among themselves.
Third, the British long continued to behave
here almost as though this were still the epoch
of the Darcy concession. They seemed to think
anything and everything could still be "arrang-
ed" in the old way until the shock of oil na-
tionalization woke them up.
Fourth and finally, the Americans have made
almost every conceivable mistake, arousing great
hopes of lavish economic aid which never came;
arousing great hopes also of helping the Iran-
ian to escape from their unhappy position be-
tween the Russians and British but making no
effort to do so; neither working intimately with
the British nor developing an independent pol-
icy; occasionally Intervening to influence local
political events but never Intervening decisively
to produce a real result.
In the chaos thus created, the Tudeh ha
emerged as the only truly organized and power-
ful national grouping. Besides the Tudeh, there
Is only the band of politicians of the National
Front, led by Dr. Mussadegh, and their religi-
ous fanatic allies, the Fedayan Islam of the
Mullah Kashani, one of whose follower murder-
ed Gen. Razmara. The murder of Razmara, as
everyone know, led to the oil nationalization
vote. As a result the National Front now do-
minates the official political scene.
But of these events also, the Tudeh will In-
herit the benefits. On the one hand, the poli-
tical assassinations have largely demoralized the
run of the mill Iranian politicians. On the
other hand, the bitter outburst of anti-foreign
feeling has greatly diminished the opportunities
for American and British policy to influence the
situation. And meanwhile nationalization itself
remains as an immense, unsolved problem, to
complicate, confuse and violently exaggerate the
whole political process.
The likelihood of some sort of eventual ex-
plosion Is all too plain. Fortunately, American
and British influence has not been wholly dis-
sipated. The Shah remains a commanding fig-
ure and the Army. stHl loyal to the Shah, still
seems able to control the situation. If bold,
clear headed action la taken in Washington.
London and Teheran, a disaster here may yet
beavolded. But this action must be taken very
"cowyright. 1*51. New Tork Herald Tribune Inc.)
No Logic
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NBA) Some of the tuff
flying around on the MacArthur firing and the
great debate over sending troops to Europe
should rate prizes as classic examples of lacK
of logic. Thl applies to both parties. And it
should leave the average citizen wondering whe-
ther either party has a clear policy. Or UK
has. do the individual members of each party
understand it?
Take a few typical examples:
When the troops for Europe debate was on,
oi.e of the principal arguments against it was
that building up North Atlantic defense forces
in western Europe would provoke Soviet Russia
Into an attack.
When the MacArthur case came along, how-
ever, the general's defenders supported him in
the idea that he be empowerd to bomb Man-
churtan bases and order the Chinese National-
ists to launch an attack on Communist China.
The general's critic maintained this would cer-
tainly provoke Soviet Russia Into direct partici-
pation in the Korean mess, and thus start World
War III. ... T. 14
This contradiction poses a Question:!! its
wrong to provoke a shooting war In Europe, why
i. it all right to provoke one in Asia? Or state
it the other way: If it's all right to run the
rlk of all-out war in Asia, why isn't it all right
t take the same gamble in Europe?
Here's another: ,, .-----
Four or five months ago, when UN troops
were being pushed back in Korea, there was
considerable agitation in Congress for the Unit-
ed State, to pull out. Victory was considered
impossible. Why should American troops die in
Korea? Bring the boys home. ._. .. _.
Meanwhile, the Truman administration kept
insisting that the U. 8. and UN must stay In Ko-
rea and fight. Then came the MacArthur crisis.
Oeneral MacArthur wanted to wage more asj-
* When President Truman relieved the general
of command, the cry went up that he should
have been supported. By Jerking the g ft was
claimed that the President was trying to ap-
pease the Communists and lose the Korean wax.
Which oosltlon is right? If the Truman ad-
Tnlstratlon could be accused of Pushing the
war too aggressively before, how can It be ac-
cused of not pushing the ame war now? on
the other hand, if the President' opponents
both Democratic and Republican thought the
U. 8. should pull out of the Korean v^ar before,
why should tney change and insist it is proper
to become more deeply involved now?
Take a third Illustration:
Part of the congressional opposition to uni-
versal military training has been that the Unit-
ed States did not want to set up a military
caste. It was feared that UMT might lead to
military control of the government. It was even
feared that sending General Eisenhower to Eu-
rope as supreme commander for the North At-
lantic Treaty Organization would put him In po-
sition to become a military dictator.
When General MacArthur In effect defied tne
civilian head of government, however, many of
the same people who had expressed concern over
military control of government leaped to the
general's support. _.
Question: If It is wrong to put General Elsen-
hower In a position that would make him a man
on horseback over the civilian government, why
it. It all right to have General MacArthur In a
similar position on the other side of the world?
Or look at a fourth case, or series of cases:
The Truman administration has time and
tune arfaln denied active and all-out support to
the Nationalist government of China, now on
Formosa. Reasons given are that Chiang Kai-
shek's government is weak, corrupt, ineffective,
unreliable. .
Even If you grant all these charges as true, it
must oe admitted that support has also been
given to other foreign governments of which the
same things could be said In varying degrees on
each count. Greece, for example. The Philip-
pines. The Argentine. Even South Korea.
Hov if it Is all right to support some of these
weak and struggling governments, to help them
attain stability, why Is it wrong to deny aucn
aid to others? Spain? Yugoslavia? India?
On the other hand, much of the opposition to
more aid lor western wirope ha been that it
was useless to try to defend It against Commu-
nist aggression. If the Russians ever decided to
move In and take over.
So the question here is: If it Is wrong to try
to support western Europe against possible Com-
munist aggression, why would it be all right to
support Nationalist China against such aggre-
lon?
qt,e WASIHHGTOrf
MERRY-(50-RMD
By DREW PEARSON_______
Drew Peorson says: GOP strategists won't "sponsor" Mac-
Arthur; Republicans disapprove of Cain war resolutiot;
Norfolk shore patrol kick and beat servicemen.
WASHINGTON.At an explosive Republican Senatorial stra-
tegy meeting this week, the big GOP guns warned against tiring
the Republican Party too closely to MacArthur's kite.
One of those who led the warning was Senator Taft. whose
nends have been worried that MacArthur might crowd him as
the OOP Presidential candidate In 1952.
"We don't know what MacArthur is going to say when he
gets here," Taft told the strategy meeting. "As a political party I
wc should keep out of this."
Senator Mililkm of Colorado chimed in that occasionally past
"conquering heroes" had come home and put their foot in their
mouths. He recalled that Admiral Dewey, the conqueror of Ma-
nila, got a hero's reception and was presented with a free house,
then transferred the house to his wife. Milllkin also cited Charles
Lindbergh, who came home to a hero's welcome-and later made
some remarks that offended religious groups. '
However, the sharpest Republican fire was concentrated on
Senator Cain of Washington for putting the Republican Party on
the spot with his resolution declaring war on China. His col-
leagues agreed it was politically Ill-advised, and ripped Into him
unmercifully.
8enator Wherry of Nebraska, who has been Secretary of State
Acheson's bitter foe, actually snorted: "As far as' the Cain reso-
lution Is concerned, I am on Acheson's side."
Senator Young of North Dakota warned that declaring war
on China would do "more damage than anything that has hap-
pened in the Republican Party In five years."
Senator Alken of Vermont pointed out a "slight technical"
obstacle. He brought out that "we can't declare war against
a Government that we have refused to recognize."
CAIN ARGUES
However, Cain tried to defend his position by arguing that
his real purpose was to "pin this war on Truman as Truman's
war."
He pointed out that the President in his April 11 speech
mentioned war 21 times. However, Cain's colleagues failed to fol-
low his r i-sonlng.
In the end, Cain Insisted that he had promised to intro-
duce the resolution and intended to go through with it. How-
ever, he agreed to make a statement that his only purpose was
to focus attention on the China issue, since Truman had already
got the country Into war.
The most explosive outburst of the closed-door meeting
came from Indiana's wild Senator Jenner. He was spurred out of
his seat by a remark from Senator Taft that "no responsible \
Republican Senator would advocate impeachment."
To this Jenner shouted angrily: "I may not be part of the
responsible Republican leadership, but I have my own opinion,"
He demanded immediate Impeachment of President Truman
and used considerable profanity in demanding It.
Senator Ecton of Montana tried to soothe Jenner by ex- .
plaining that it was up to the House to bring impeachment
proceedings and the Senate was supposed to act as a jury. Ecton
cautioned that it would be Improper for a Senator who was
supposed to sit on the Jury to express advance opinions about
Impeachment.
In response to a suggestion that the Republicans appoint a
welcoming committee. Milllkin declared, "MacArthur must be left
in the hands of the public. It shouldn't look like the RepubtTean
are sponsoring him.''
BEATING ENLISTED MEN
It has been hushed up by the Navy, but the Norfolky Vs.,
shore patrol has been officially accused of kicking and beating
servicemen and throwing them into the brig without their shoes.
These shocking charges were made In a confidential report
by Rear Adm. F. N. Klvette, who was skipper of the aircraft car-
rier Midway until his promotion to Admiral last month.
Klvette ordered his own Investigation of the Norfolk shore
patrol and sent a sharp report to the Navy, charging that the
Norfolk SP's were "arrogant, dictatorial, arbitrary, sometimes
abusive and occasionally brutal."
Klvette' Investigation was conducted by Ensign Robert
E. Kenyon. Here are excerpts from the officer's report:
Telling of an Air Force enlisted man, R. T. Cullen, who was
hauled In by the Shore Patrol for alleged drunkenness, the re-
port charges: "Two SP's and a chief petty officer held Cullen
on the deck, and a person or persons slapped him a few times.
He was then restored to his feet where he was held while the
CPO hit him. Cullen then lost consciousness and recovered to find
himself on the floor again. The chief petty officer kicked him
In the chest and two shore patrolmen picked him up and threw
him In a cell. Cullen further states that his cell was void of fur-
nishings of any sort, and that he was deprived of his shoes dur-
ing his confinement."
Later, Cullen' friends called at SP headquarters to find out
what charges had been brought against him. The report de-
clares that one of these friends, Apprentice Seaman Charles
Passwater, "was told to take everything out of his clothes. As
Passwater started to comply, the CPO hit him more than onde.
When told by the CPO to remove a small crucifix and chain
about his neck, Passwater attempted to comply but before he
could do so, the CPO seized it and broke the chain. Passwater
was then deprived of his shoes and placed In confinement."
Commenting upon his subordinate's report ( Admiral Klvette
declared: "I believe these to be true and not isolated cases."
The Admiral also added: "The very few but brief reports
I have had concerning the condition of the shore patrol brig
are calculated to induce nausea without a visual Inspection."
Another "typical" case, submitted by Klvette. was that of
Olen L. Pearson, an enlisted man, who was arrested for reckless
driving.
"The shore patrol refused to discuss the matter, took Pear-
son's automobile keys and put him In the patrol truck. No effort
was made to permit Pearson to lock his automobile or to see
to the protection of his lady friend," Klvette reported.
"A camera, a suit of clothes, a raincoat and a pair of shoes
were stolen from Pearson's automobile before he could return to
get them."
(Copyright. 1951, by The BeU Syndicate. Inc.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
-*TURDAY, APRIL ltSl
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCltNCl CHURCHES
pint Church of Christ. Scientist. Ancon
S> Ancn Boulevard.
Sunday 11*0: Wednesday 1:00 pjn.
Sunday School 1:30 a.m.
Fh-st Charch of Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
ISth Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11.-00 ion. Wedneadav 7:30 p.m
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
Christian Science Society. Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11.30 a m First Third Wed-
aasday7:30 p.m.
Sunday School 10 IS
Episcopal
ANCON, C.7..
THE CATHEDRAL OK ST. LIKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Uooden, Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris, Dean
7:30 ajn. Holy Communion.
1:30 a m. Cathedral School.
11:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 pjn.Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, K.r
CHURCH Or OUR SAVIOUR
Srd St. near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School :30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Vesper Service 4:30
am.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 1:30 p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House, of Prayer for all people.
COCOL!
Chuck of St. Andrew
The Rev Gideon C. Montgomery
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School :30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H.C flrt Sunday in the month )
Young People's Fellowship 4.00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wedneadav evening*
t 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary kid and 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m
House of Praver nd Fellowship for all
people
COROZAL
Khepher...
| The Ven. A. F Nightengale
7 JO a.m. Everv Friday; Morning Pray-
HC 1st Friday, i
GAMBOA i
St. Simons Church: Rev O.A. Osberae
0 ajn. 2nd. and 4th Sundays Holy
Communion Sermon.
10:30 a.m 1st and.3rd Sunday* Morn-
ing Prayer & address
3*0 p.m Sunday School
5:00 and 0:00 p.m Youth Organizations.
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and addraea.
1:00 pjn. Service at Penitentiary Everv
14th Sunday
7:30 n.m Tuesday Girl Friendly So-
I elf ty
7:30 p.m 2nd and 4th Thursday
[Woman's Auxiliary
Qarabea Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 7:00 p.m
LA BOCA
SI. Peter's Charch
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
t am Holy Communion.
m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
k 10 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
Ichool
. S p.m Holy Baptism.
7:30 p m.-Vespers and Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays,
t a.m.. Wednesdays and Fridays f a.m.:
[Olrls Friendly and 7 n.m Monday, f
Ip.m. Tuesday; Vespers niehtly at 7. ex-
leapt Saturday Compline 7:30 p.m.
MAKOAKITA
. Si Margaret's Chanel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
, Sundav School a.m Evenlne Prayer
IT DO i. hi
PALO SECO
Charrri of The Holy totntorlet
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mnndap 30 a in Holy Com-
Itnuniun
PARASO
Rev D. A Osbome
S0 a.m Holy Commuoinn _'nd Sunday
t:30 am Sunday School.
(JO p.m Evenlne Praver 2nd and 4th
jonday*
Monday: 7DO p.m Youth Meeting
Wedneadav 1:30 cm Girls' Friendly
' cielv
RED TANK
._. D.A. Osborne it Rev C A Crag-well
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser
Don 1st. and 3rd Sunday*
II DO a.m. Momlng Prayer and add-
2nd and 4th Sundays
3D0 p.m Sunday School and Baptism
1:30 pm. Evening Praver and address
and 4th Sunday
PANAMA Cm
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F. Nightengale. B D M.B.E.
end The Rev Rlu Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
DO a.m Holy Communion 1'0(> a.m
1:00 d m Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THC-8EA
Coln. R. de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington i
The Rev Malnert 3 Peterson
ST.a Rector
SUNDAYS:
am Holy Communion
tarn. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
11:30 a m Church School.
T JO o m Solemn Evensong Sermon
rCDNESDAYS
S a.m Holy Communion
7:30 p m. Evensong and Sermon.
SJ0 D.m Adult Confirmation CUe
SURSDAYS:
S p.m. Prayer Guild
FRIDAYS:
p.m Children's Eucharist
TaS om. Choir Practice.
.DAYS.
SB a.m. Children's Confirmation Clase
TsM p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
George's Church
It, C.Z.
Solomon N Jacobs ,
Sundays:
1:45 g.m Church School.
1:45 sjn. Momlng Prayer.
10:00 ajn. Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
IDO am. Holy Communion iAIso Holy
I Jay and Saints Days, i
Wednesdays
IDO pm Evening Prayer
0 p.m. St Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
TUB'p.m Choir Rehearsal
4 St. Man The Virgin
Bolomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
i ajn Morning Prayer.
am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
pjn Church School
p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
I g.m Holy Communion (Also Holv
and Saint Days.)
B p.m. Evening Prayer. Fridays
0:00 p.m. Prayer Guild
! p.m Choir Rehearsal
[mm. St Vincent's Guild
ly Communion at 1045 am on the
. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
E> Rev Antonio Oclaoh
l am Choral Eucharist
1 am Church School
I gvin. Solemn aVsnaong
and Holv Day HC I-i
Churches at the many farthi In the Canal Zone, anal the
terminal cities ef Panama artel Calan, Republic el Panama, ai-
tae) a welceme at all times to man and wemen at the armed
services, and le civilian neighbors, friends and itrengers.
Aa a public service. Uta Panama American lists belaw, by
danaminaHani, notices af hours ef warship gnd other regular ac-
tivities.
Listings at larger danaminatiang ara In alphabetical order,
which la rotated tram tima te tima. Danaminatiang harina only
ana er twe congrefaliens ara listed andar "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing is included tar services at Arm easts.
Air Ferce bases and Naval Italians.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplain! are aiked fe In-
farta the new. desk by Wednesday noen at the later ef any
changes far the coming Saturday's church page.
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. 7W-X. La
Boca Road, Balboa. C.Z. lUbbi Nathan
Within director.
Services on Friday. 7:30 plmi
(See also listings of Jewish satricas
under Poeta. Basca and SUUans.k
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella VIsU.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld.
Service on Friday, t pnt
Lutheran
KjWEKMKR LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of (he Lutheran Hour"
11. T. Bernlhal, Pastor
830 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 a.m..
Worship service 10:13 am., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
Crlendly welcome awaits all visitors. Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
7:30 p.m.. game pight, fourth Sunday
7:30 pm. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military oersonnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p-m.
H. T. Bernlhal. Pastor
A Cordial Welcome To All
Methodist
rill METHODISl CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. G. HerSert Moon
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p ni Sundey School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o.m Evenina Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melndej Avenue.
Coln. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 0:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.. Sunday School for all age* at 3
p.m.
Monday 7:30 p.m.. Weakly Prayer
Heating.
EBENEZER METHODISl CHURCH
Slver City. CX.
Rev. Norman Pratt Minister
Sunday Services g a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama Cit>. Calle IS de tebiere
Services at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m (Mai-
or Wilson); Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Service at 11 a.m. and 7 JO
o.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7 :M p.m. Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m
Colon. 14th Street
Services at..... II am 7 :S0 p m
Sunday School at .. ...... 3:00 o.m
Coln. 3rd Street
Services at ___ II a.m. & 1:30 o.m
Silver City
Service al ................. 1:30 p.m.
Sundav School at........,. 3:30 p.m
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panam .City. No i j A
Maynard. Panam City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services only);
Adolphus Lawes. Chorrillo, P. A Henry:
Rio Abalo. C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa, A.
A. Brixzle. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Coln Third Street. Joseph Bryan: Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
hank: Cristobal Spanish Church. B J.
Maxon. tNo Sundav night ervlee at
oresent i
Sabbath school each church Saturday
:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches axaapt
otherwise Indicated.
Union Churches
Sere all Pratestants cooperate with
ty In essentials, liberty In nen-
eaeentlala, and charity In all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Crletebal
The Rev Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Phone 3-1413
10:45 Worship service and Church-tune
aureery.
4:00 Young Peoples Meeting
Gatun
The Rev J William L Graham. Pastor
Phone S-35S.
1:00 1.30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
nd HON
0:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev. Henry Ball. Pastor.
Phone 3-14*8.
8:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
4.30 Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-I4M. Ofc. Phone 2-3234
:M Church School Free ous service.
10:30 Worship service end Church-time
nursery.
10:30 Youth Congregations
5:00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
S:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song."
Coco II
Bruja Read and St Thorns, Ave.
D0 a.m. Sunday School. Free bus. In
Rousseau and Coco)!.
Gamboa
All services In Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray. Minister
Phone -130
1:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service.
redro Migad
t:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
.__> and Holy Dev
j^g^^Hplon
of everv month i
ISO am
rag.
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 era
JWR Armed
Forces Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z
Tour Invitation
to liberal
-eilglon
Baptist
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCHES
Panam Baptist, Prayer Meeting 5:30
am. Divine Service, 1:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. and Serving of The Lord's
Supper at both Services Sunday School
3:00 p.m.
Bovd Baptist. La Boca. C. Z Divine
Services 11:00 a.m. and7:30 pm. Serving
the Lord's Supper st both Services Sun-
dav School st .1:00 p.m.
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, C.Z, Divine
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday School at
1:00 p.m
Gamboa. C.Z.. Divine Services at 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 pjn. with Sunday School
st 3:00 p.m.
Rio Abajo,
3:00 p.m.
R.P.. Sunday School at
COCOL1 BAPTIST CHURCH
Building SOS, Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School..............1:45 a.m
Preaching Scrrlcea ........ 10:45 am
Training Union ............. 1:00 p-m
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 pm
Brotherhood 7:00 pjn. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service .. 7 DO everv
Monday evening
rllWlpHLJ.I-'lt
V
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z
g7 Ancn Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Bslbos 1727
"Yeur Church away Irosa
with a welcome lust as friendly"
William H Beeby. raster
Sunday School............. S JO ajn.
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m.
Baptist Training Union .... 0:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service........ 7 30 p.m.
W.M.S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesdsy) ........ 1:30 pjn.
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month) .. 7:30 pjn
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristbal. C.Z.
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Psstor
"Your Invitation Te Warship"
Bible School ............... g:45 ajn.
Worship ................... 11:00 ajn.
Training Union ............' 5:30 pm
Worship .................... 0:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.) ... 7:30 pm.
Catholic
(Listad below are the Catholic Churches
in the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panam and Coln whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception In Coln, and num-
erous parish churches in both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are primarily Span-
ish-speaking >
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday Masses: 1:00. 8:00, S:00. 10:00
inn 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: 5:00 p.m
SACRED HEART CHAPEL, Aocoa, C.Z
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-0343
Sunday Masses: 0:00, 7:30 ft t'JO ajn
Daily Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holyday Masses: 0:00. 7 JO a.m and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7JO pjn.
Confessions: Thursdays before the 1st
Friday. 7:00 to g:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.: TON
to 8:00 pm.
Cathechism Class: Grsde School Child
ran: Friday 3:15 pjn.
Study Club High School Students
Wednesdsy 4:30 p.m.
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 1:30 pjn.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses.
every 2nd and 4th Thursday 7 JO p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Rysn. CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. g and 10:30 a.m.
Weekday Mass: 0:30 a.m
Sunday School after the S o'clock
Miraculous Medal Novena services.
Holiday Masses: and am.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7 DO p.m
Monday 5 and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays. Confessions. Communion
Sundsy Mass 8:00 am.
Weekday Mamas. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mass 7 DO a.m.
Monday 7:00 pin.
Sunday Mass 7:00 a.m.
Confessions Saturday JO to 7.DO p.m
CHURCH OK ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vlncenllan Fathers)
"K" Street. Panam City
Masses, Sunday a.m. (high mass): *
8:30 a.m. ISunday school conducted by
Maryknoll Sisters, after the second Mass:
Weekdays g a.m.: Holiday and 8:30
s.m.
Confessions, Saturday. I JO to S pjn.
I 7 p.m.
Evening Devotions. Rosary each any
at 7 pjn.; Miraculous Medal Novena at
1 p.m. Friday; convert classes 7 JO p.m
Monday and Thursday.
Catheclsm Class 10:45 to 11:45 a.m
Sunday.
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mass g:00 a.m.
COCO SLITO PLAT/SHED
Pastor, Rev Wm. J. Finn. CM.
Sunday Mara ............... 7:45 a.m
Holy Day Mam............. 0:00 ajn.
Sunday School ............ 1:45 ajn.
Services Thursday nights ... 7:45 pm
Confessions before Mam.
CHURCH OP THE HOLT FAMILY
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev. William J. Finn. CM.
...........................1:15
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor, Rev. J. Ray moo alchate. CM.
Assistant. Rev. George Browne. CM.
Sunday Masses ..... 5:45 ft 8:00 am.
Weekly Masses...... 5:45 ft 1:30 a.m.
First Frld"T Masses .. 5:45 ft IDO ajn.
Baptisms Sunday ........... 4:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena services every
Wednesday at 0:15 and 7DO p.m.
Novena of the Sacred Heart Friday
/:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday: 4 to I: 7 to I
om.
Sunday School. 3:00 pa.
Instructions tor adults leaking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, everv Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:1$ pjn.
Sunday. S 30 a m -Church School with
classes tor all Ages
10 45 a.m.Regular Morning Worsnu,
Sermon Topic "You Csn't Live With-
nut n Special Music by the Junior
Choir.
DO p.mYouth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of Toe
Game." Installation of Newly Selected
Officers.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Lewis. CM.
Sunday Mamas ... 1:45 and 8:00 ajn
Weekday Masa............. 1:00 ajn.
Holy Day Masses .. 1:30 and 0:30 a.m.
Sunday School ........... ll.oo a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
ruesday 7.DO p.m.
Baptisms Sunday ...........4:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 1:00: 7:00
to g:00 pjn.
Instructions for adulta Tuesdays, Fri-
days: 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. CX
Pastor. Rev. Charlee Jacobs, CM.
Sunday Massaa ... 7:00 and 8.30 ajn.
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, ate. 1:00
a.m.
Holy Day aseas ... 5:45 ft 1:30 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 pjn.
Secret Heart Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p.m.
Confessions Saturday ___ 1:00 pjn
T. THOMA1' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Paster, Rev. John Tumelty. CM
Sundey Msss 1:45 aim. ^ 7
Weekday Massaa. Tuesday and Friday
1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam ID ajn.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:13 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to 1 p.m
CHURCH OP THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel, CX
Sunday.Masa............... 8:00 a.m.
Catechism Clam ........... IODO ajn.
' Red Tank Catechism Clam .. 11:00 a.m.
Benediction ................ 7:00 p.m.
PARASO. CX (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Mam .............. 1:15 a.m.
Catechism Clam Sunday .. 10:30 ajn.
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll, C.Z.
Sunday Mam ............... IDO ajn.
Holy Day Mam ............. 1:30 a.m.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Carnada, CX
Sunday Mam ............... 8:00 a.m
Catechism Clam Thursday ..3:30 p.ui.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abalo, Panam
Sunday Mam .............. 1:30 ajn
Holy Day Mam............ 730 a.m.
Benediction Sunday........ 7:10 p.m
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
"teteatast
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School.................
Mornlna Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sundsy School. Bldg. 154 ......
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School..................
Morning Worship ..............'.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group ...................
Servicemen's Hour..............
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ...............
HOTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ...............
Catbene
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Man .....................
Sunday Man ...................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mam ...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass...........
TORT KOBBB
Dally Man.....................
Sundav Ms sees .......... 8:00 ft
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Man ...................
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Mass .................
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Man .....................
Sunday Slassee .......... 7:45 ft
1:15
1:00
11:15
10:00
11:00
1:41
10:43
4:00
7:00
10:45
1:00
7:30
1:00
7:45
11:30
7:30
1:00
7:45
JO
1:30
1:45
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MILITARY TO THE KND
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... 1:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ...................... 4D1
FORT KOBBE
Thursday........:.........*> '.so
JWB. Balboa. C.Z. .
Friday......................... 7:50
ATLANTIC SIDE
Pretcstaat
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion .... 1:00
Sunday School ................. 1:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ......'........... 1:15
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ................. 1:30
jfornlng Worship............... 11:00
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass ................... 10:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass ................... 1:00
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mam.................... IDO
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ........................ 7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. S4th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 pjn.
Charch at Jeans Christ ef letter Day
Saints (Mermen) Balboa. CX
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Canter
on Le Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
MSI Balboa Road. Balboa
W. Hariand Dilbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-9101
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Claim for all ages .... 1OD0 a.m.
Preaching*and Communion ... 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion 7:00 pjo.
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7 DO p.m
Ladlea' Bible Clam Thursday 1:41 o.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOM Cristehal
SUNDAYS:
Wa meet In the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Oatun.
Phone Gatun lit or PL Gulick SM
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr
Sunday School ................. 1:45
Morning Worship............... 11:00
' Young People's Service......... 5:45
Evening Worship ............... 7:0I
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7.00
Choir Practice. Wednesdsy st
7:10 p.m. and Saturday I JO ajn
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 7 JO a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
1:30 am.
Sacrament of Unction (Heeling Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7:30 pjn
aHheth Christian Charch
Panam. R.P
Rt. Rev T. James. D. D Bishop
officisntlng.
Morning Worship at ....... 1:00 ajn.
Holy Communion at........ 1:30 am.
Fellowship Worship at...... 11:00 a.m.
Bible Reading at .......... 1:00 p.m.
Divine Service at ......... 7D0 p.m.
Sermon at ................. I DO p m.
Holy Communion at ...... 1:00 am.
Balbea-Amader Read USO Clsb
Non-Danesa usa Won
Vesper Service st 1:15 p.m. Sundays,
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ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P.. SBADO, ABRIL 21, 1951
cinco centesimo:
Se inclina Estados Unidos hacia
una poltica que consiga la paz
Truman se hace ms fuerte
como director de la poltica
exterior de esa democracia
El control de ste sobre la diplomacia no ser mi-
nado por el fervor popular
Tema de Conferencia
ser la Isla de la
Cerdea, en Italia
La Isla de Sardinia en el Me-
deterrneo, al oeste de Italia,
era el tema de una conferen-
cia que dictar el Dr. Harold
Trapldo en la Sociedad de His-
toria Natural del Canal de Pa-
nam el Mircoles en la no-
che a las 8.
El Dr. Trapldo es un bilogo
que pertenece al personal del
Laboratorio Qorgas, y estuvo en
la Isla de Sardinia desde Aoril
hasta Octubre de 1950, come
bilogo consultor de la Divisin
Internacional de Salud de la
Fundacin Rockefeller, traba-
Jando en un proyecto para e-
rradicar el mosquito anofeles.
Su conferencia ser Ilustrada
eon proyecciones de placas que
describen grficamente su via-
je desde Panam a Sardinia
via Nueva York, Terranova, Ir-
landa y Europa Occidental, asi
(Pa a la Pag. eel. t)
Per Harry Franta
WASHINGTON, abril ai. (UP)
Mientras el pndulo de la
simpata popular parece haber-
se movido hacia el General Mac
Arthur, varios veteranos obser-
vadores diplomticos han lle-
gado a la conclusin que la po-
sicin de Truman como diri-
gente de la poltica exterior se-
r mucho ms fuerte, una vez
que la ola de sentimiento pu-
blico se calme.
Los diplomticos que oyeron
a MacArthur hablar ante el
Congreso, opinan que ste logr
su objetivo de que la Intencin
nacional se concentrara en el
Lejano Oriente, pero no dl una
posible solucin al conflicto de
Corea excepto la expansin de
la guerra.
Los diplomticos se hacen la
pregunta lncontestableble, que
si la tesis de MacArthur es
aceptada, no precipitarla sta
la entrada de Rusia en el con-
flicto. Ellos tambin estiman
que la opinin del pueblo nor-
teamericano en general, est
inclinada a favorecer loe es-
fuerzos diplomticos para una
(Pasa a la Pag. fi. Col. )
No tienen fiebre aftosa sino
estomatitis vesicular los 9
animales enfermos en Pacora
Queda plenamente comprobado con un examen de
laboratorio de la Gran Bretaa
Es Impugnada la
Inscripcin de
tres partidos
COLON, abril 21. (RCS).
Impugnadas las Inscripciones de
loa nuevos partidos polticos en
el distrito de Chagrea por el
seor Marcelino Aguirre, Secre-
tarlo Municipal del Concejo de
se distrito.
En la tarde de ayer recibie-
ron copia de la Resolucin No.
1 de fecha de 14 del presente,
por medio de la cual el nuevo
secretario del mencionado dis-
trito resolvi impugnar la ins-
cripcin del Frente Patritico,
Revolucionarlo Independiente y
liberal Nacional.
Be refiri el seor Aguirre en
sus resoluciones que procedi a
la impugnacin de los mismos
por haberse presentado al des-
pacho a su digno cargo, un me-
morial firmado por los lderes
del PRA en ese lugar, seores
Fernando Bosquez Mel, Dio-
nisio Rlvas, Faustino Mel H., y
Guillermo Muoz, por el cual
run a la Mtfna s. col *>
Ha quedado plenamente com-
probado que los animales que
estaban enfermos en Pacora, no
sufren de fiebre aftosa como cu
culo la especie sino que estn
padeciendo de estomatitis ve-
sicular.
El seor don Ricardo Arias
E-, Ministro de Agricultura, in-
form esta maana que habla
recibido un cable de los labo-
ratorios Calloway Plrbrlght, de
Londres, de que tal habla sldu
el resultado del examen prac-
ticando en las pruebas que se le
enviaron. El diagnstico de In-
glaterra coincide.con el de los
veterinario panameos que es-
tudiaron los casos.
El Ministerio ha dispuesto, sin
embargo, que la seccin donde
se hallan esos animales perma-
nezca en cuarentena. Una Ins-
peccin realizada en una rea
de dies kilmetros por los tc-
nicos de ese despacho Indican
que no se han presentado nue-
vos casos.
De un lote de 38 animales,
nueve estaban enfermos de la
citada dolencia.
Las escuelas primaras de la
Repblica abren su matrcula
a partir del lunes Prximo
Por ninguna circunstancia podr rechazar a los
alumnos que deban ser matriculados
Para su publicacin hemos ic-
elbldo el siguiente comunicado:
Las matriculas para las es-
cuelas primarias se iniciarn el
Lunes 33 de los corrientes.
Las Escuelas Estados Unios,
Presidente Valds y Mateo I-
turralde, abrirn matricula en
sus respectivos pabellones de la
Escuela de Artes y Oficios Mel-
chor Lasso de la Vega en done
funcionarn este ano.
Las matriculas estarn abier-
tas, sin excepcin, para todos
los nios de edad escolar, es
decir que por ninguna eircun-
tancla se podr rechazar de la
escuelas alumnos que deban s^r
matriculados en ellas. Para ma-
tricularse en otra escuela per
cambio de- domicilio o causas
parecidas, es necesario la auto-
rizacin expresa del respectivo
Director, anterior. Los alumnos
nuevos deben preferir las escue-
las ms cercanas a sus hoga-
res. Para los casos de nios ex
tranjeros, los Directores deben
cerciorarse de que se han Le-
ado todos loa requisitos exi-
gidos por las Autoridades de In-
migracin-
Podr abrir maana
domingo el comercio
El Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias nos ha
solicitado hacer saber a los co-
merciantes de las ciudades de
Panam y Coln, que pucen
abrir las puertas de sus esta-
blecimientos durante el da de
maana domingo 33, cuando *
irlbarn a nuestras playas los
barcos Missouri, New Jersey y
Hornet.
Al corazn de la defensa
roja llegan los aliados
La supresin de la Polica
Secreta es una violacin
flagrante de la Carta Magna
As se expresa el Honorable Diputado NorOerto
Zurita en un salvamento de voto
Pisan un terreno
Ideal para los
tanques y caones
Publicamos a continuacin el
Salvamento de Voto del Hono-
rable Diputado Norberto Zurita:
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente, no tiene funciones
constitucionales para dictar es-
ta clase de resoluciones o acla-
raciones. 8us atribuciones estn
claramente establecidas en el
articulo 123 de la Carta Mag-
na y salirse del marco del pre-
cepto constitucional por cues-
tiones polticas est Indicando
claramente que deseamos llevar
al pais al caos y a la Insegu-
ridad social y econmica.
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente conforme al Estatuto
Fundamental de la Nacin, de-
be actuar separadamente, pero
en armnica colaboracin con
los otros rganos del Estado;
de ninguna manera en forma
que contribuya a alterar la paz
y la tranquilidad de los ciuda-
danos.
Nuestro sistema de gobierno
es republican y democrtico y
todas las medidas que se adop-
ten por el rgano Ejecutivo
para combatir el comunismo
estn plenamente Justificadas.
Panama tiene compromisos in-
ternacionales que cumplir y de-
be hacerlo para seguridad de
la Repblica, del Canal y de
Amrica.
La supresin en el presupues-
to de la partida para pagar
los sueldos de los miembros de
la Polica Secreta Nacional,
constituye flagrante violacin a
la Constitucin Nacional y con-
traria los principios democr-
ticos del rgimen de conviven-
cia del pueblo panameo.
Por las anteriores razones,
consigno mi voto negativo a la
resolucin en discusin.
Panam, abril 20 de 1061.
Norberto Zurita.
Para su publicacin hemos re-
cibido el siguiente escrito:
La Comisin Legislativa Perma-
nente de la Asamblea Nacional
Hace las siguientes aclara-
clones:
1Que ninguna de las refor-
mas introducidas al Presupues-
to de Rentas y Gastos de la
Repblica para la vigencia eco-
nmica de 1951 deja las puertas
abiertas al Comunismo Inter-
nacional;
2Que no es el deseo de esta
Comisin entrar en controver-
sias con el rgano Ejecutivo,
puesto que tanto ste como
ella tienen esferas de accin
delimitadas por la Constitucin
Nacional;
Est muriendo
el ex-Mariscal
Henri Petain
ILE DE TEU, Francia, Abril
21 (UP)El abogado del ex-Ma-
riscal, Henri Petain, Jacques
Isc-rni, declar que Petain su-
fri un ataque cardiaco el vier-
nes en la noche, pero los mdi-
cos lograron revivirlo mediante
Inyecciones.
Poco despus de las nueve de
la noche, el Gobernador de la
Erlsln inform que el Mariscal
abia "empeorado". La Sra. de
Petain, quien estaba comiendo
en aquellos momentos, fu lla-
mada urgentemente a la forta-
leza.
El Mariscal empeoraba por
momentos y los funcionarios de
la prisin que se encontraban
a su lecho, creyendo que aquello
ya era el fin, llamaron por tel-
fono a las autoridades de la zo-
na occidental francesa anun-
ciando su muerte. Inmediata-
mente despus quedaron Inte-
rrumpidas todas las comunica-
ciones entre la Isla y tierra fir-
me.
Slnembargo. los mdicos que
se encontraban all e adminis-
traron inyecciones y lograron
revivirlo y poco despus de las
dies y media de la noche loa
il*asa a la Pagina Colaran i>
iQue la Comisin considera
como deber Imperativo declarar
que no pretende contribuir en
ninguna forma, directa o In-
directa, a la propagacin de
ideologas contrarias a la for-
ma democrtica de gobierno,
puesto que todos sus miembros
estn convencidos de la obli-
gacin que tiene la democracia
de defenderse contra todo lo
que tienda a destruirla;
4 Que la Comisin deja cons-
tancia clara y terminante de
que ninguna de sus activida-
des pueda ser interpretada co-
mo tendiente a permitir la In-
filtracin comunista en el pas
y de que la defensa que los
Estados democrticos america-
nos hacen de los principios de-
mocrticos, a partir de la Con-
ferencia de Montevideo hasta la
de Bogot, que la Repblica de
Panam ha suscrito y ratifica-
do, debe llevarse a cabo, se-
gn estipulacin expresa de to-
dos los Convenios Interamerl-
canos, conforme a las normas
constitucionales y legales de ca-
da pais.
8Que el criterio seguido por
esta Comisin en la modiflca-
TOKIO, abril 21. (UP). Us
fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das avanzaron hasta a cinco
millas de Chorwon, saliendo del
terreno montaoso y entrando
en un terreno liso, Ideal para
que los tanques operen dentro
del corazn de las defensas co-
munistas basadas en Chorwon,
Kurahwa y Pyongyan.
Un despacho del frente cen-
tral norcoreano dijo que las
fuerzas aliadas lograron pene-
trar entre el fuego de los mor-
teros y artillera enemiga obli-
gando a retirarse a los comu-
nistas que en un vano Intento
trataban de detener su avance.
En el rea del ro Hantan
al Sur de Chorwon, de 50 75
comunistas contraatacaron des-
pus del anochecer, cargando
contra las tropas aliadas prote-
gidos por el fuego de ametra-
lladoras. La lucha dur tres ho-
ras, pero finalmente el fuego
de la artillera puso a los rojos
en fuga.
Con excepcin de los ataque
areos contra las bases comu-
nistas, el frente central era el
nico lugar en donde se li-
braban batallas en todo el fren-
te de 140 millas.
Las superfortalezas B-29 a-
rrojaron bombas sobre un cern-
ios aviones de retropropulsin
po de aterrizaje en Yompo, y
atacaron otro aerdromo cerca
(Pasa a la Pgina 6, Columna >
Perece un hombre
al naufragar el
barco "Galante"
COBRADOR, Abril 21 1951
Panam-Amrica.-Panam (Co-
rresponsal)Noticia del Corres-
ponsal de "La Razn" en Hor-
concltos d cuenta del hundi-
miento de la nave "Galante" a
la altura de "Las Parldas".-El
citado barco viajaba con direc-
cin a Costa Rica y su hundi-
miento ocurri a las dos de la
maana a consecuencia de una
descarga elctrica. Pereci a
consecuencia del Impacto el co-
cinero Carlos Guevara. El resto
de la tripulacin se salv com-
puesta por el Capitn Arturo
Halmer el propietario de la na-
ve Jos Oamel C, Generosa Avi-
la Espada, Jos Campanel Jr.,
y Alclbiades Prlgle. Los sobre-
vivientes se encuentran en esta
ciudad.
Mitin religioso-
cultural habr
en Santa Ana
Un grupo de ciudadanos de
esta localidad ha preparado un
programa Religioso Cultural pa-
ra presentarlo el lunes 23 de A-
brll en el popular parque de
Santa Ana. Desde esta tribuna
democrtica el pueblo ha ex-
presado sus puntos de vista so-
bre diversos asuntos, pero por
primera vez en la historia se
celebrar una reunin de esta
naturaleza.
Los distintos oradores trata-
rn en sus intervenciones score
problemas de la delincuencia,
la Indiferencia hacia el prji-
mo, la Inseguridad mundial, la
guerra por la paz, la ciencia y
ia poltica al servicio del ade-
lanto y destruccin del mundo,
Panam pueblo que marcha ha-
cia la limpieza fsica y espi-
ritual.
Esta reunin es la continua-
cin de una campaa de mejo-
ramiento material y espiritual
que este grupo de ciudadanos
ha puesto sobre sus hombiou.
Se espera la asistencia de unr.
delegacin de Coln y de ios
distritos cercanos a la CapiU;
Por la importancia de los te-
mas y de los nmeros especia-
les, se Invita a todo el pueeo.
Se ofrecer un premio al mis
anciano de los concurrentes.
MOMENTO DE ORGULLO. El General MacArthur saluda a
la multitud que llen las calles de Nueva York para darle una
merecida bienvenida ayer despus de 14 aos de ausencia.
Los chiquillos no se pueden contener y corren tras el carro
del General.
Estados Unidos deja en manos
de Gran Bretaa y el Irn la
solucin de disputa petrolera
Pero seala que ia paralizacin de la refinera de
Abadan plantea un grave problema
WASHINGTON. Abril 21 (UP) i
Estados Unidos decidi dejar I
enteramente en manos de Gran
Bretaa e Irn la solucin de!
su disputa sobre la cuestin pe-
trolera, pero en las esferas au-
torizadas norte-americanas se
seal que la paralizacin de!
la gran refinera de Abadan!
en irn plantea problemas muy
graves tanto para la defensa
del mundo occidental como para
la economa de muchos pases.
El 'Departamento de Estado
Inform que las conversaciones
que duraron toda una semana
entre los representantes de Es-
tados Unidos y Gran Bretaa
fueron "satisfactorias", pero que
en las mismas slo se trat el
problema en trminos generales..
Las conversaciones entre los]
representantes de ambos pases1
encabezados por el Secretarlo de
Estado Adjunto, George McGhee
y el Embajador Britnico Sir OH
ver Franks terminaron ayer con
el consiguiente anuncio de la
Cancillera: "Se ha reconocido
que el problema debe ser re-
suelto en otra parte, por aque-
llos directamente Interesados".
Mientras tanto, en Nueva York
el peridico "Journal of Com-
merce" asegur que la para-
lizacin de las refineras de
Abadan por la huelga de sus
trabajadores, est comenzndose
a sentir en todo el mundo. "In-
cluso en Estados Unidos", al
disminuir notablemente los abas
tecimlentos de petrleo refinado.
Este peridico seal que est
situacin hizo que los represen-
tantes de la Oficina de petrleo
para la defensa y sus principales
directores se reunieran ayer pa-
ra ver las medidas a tomar.
La Panagra estima
que ella tiene
toda la razn
MEDELLIN, Abril. 21 (UP)
Andrew B Shea, Presidente de
la Panagra y Vlce-Presldenle
de la Grace declar hoy que
"Panagra tiene razn en su ges-
tin de que apruebe el acucrlo
con la National Airlines, y es-
toy seguro que este ser apro-
bado por el Consejo de Avia-
cin Civil de Estados Unidos'
8hea agreg que "la Grace y
Panagra buscan favorecer Us
conveniencias pblicas, pues Us
principales ciudades latinas es-
recen actualmente de servicios
directos entre ellas y la Pai.a-
gra los piensa establecer".
Agreg entre lneas que la
compaa pensaba establecer u-
na ruta Mlami-Medellin-Bogot
Guayaquil Quito Lima SantUgo
Buenos Aires, adelantando qu
se haba pedido el permiso co-
rrespondiente a los Gobierna
de Colombia y Estados unidor y
dems pases Latino Americanas.
Dan tres meses en
Coln para pintar
todas las casas
COLON, abril 21. El Ins-
pector ProvincUl de Trabajo,
comisionado de inquilinato, 8r.
Enrique Vankwartel Vlez. he-
mos recibido el siguiente comu-
nicado:
"En virtud de lo que esta-
blece el Articulo 28. en el apar-
te a), del Decreto No. 31 de
14 de agosto de 1945. se no-
tifica a los colectores y propie-
tarios de las casas de alqui-
ler de esta ciudad, que deben
pintar todas sus casas por den-
tro y por fuera en un periodo
no mayor de tres meses, a par-
tir de la publicacin de este
comunicado.
Se advierte adems que en
ningn caso puede realquilarse
cuarto alguno de casas de in-
quilinato sin que previamente
haya sido desinfectado, repara-
do y pintado.
Las infracciones a la dispo-
sicin precitada, sern penadas
con multa de cinco a dos mil
balboas IB. 5.00 B. 2.000.001
(Articulo 36, Decreto No. 31 de
14 de agosto de 1945).
Coln, abril 20 de 1931
Enrique Van Kwartel Veles,
Inspector Provincial de Trabajo,
Comisionado de Inquilinato
"Si se comienza el Hipdromo
en Mayo estar terminado el
prximo verano", C. Carbonell
La obra se ajustar a 1.900,000, que es
la partida de los bonos emitidos
El Ministro Carbonell declar
que los planos originales del
nuevo Hipdromo Nacional ha-
ban sido modificados por li-
na Comisin de Ingenieros de-
signados por l con el objeto de
ajustar la obra dentro de la
A Nuestros Lectores
Tenemos el agrado de anun-
ciar para nuestra edicin de
maana, la publicacin del
conceptuoso discurso que pro-
nunci el Dr. Juan Jos Arc-
valo en la transmisin de
mando presidencial en la Re-
pblica de Guatemala. Tal
discurso, cuya publicacin ae-
ra integra, constituye un do-
cumento valioso y de ejemplar
enseanza democrtica.
A nuestros lectores recomen-
damos su lectura.
partida de 1.900.000 correspon-
diente a la emlcin de los so-
nos.
El Ministro declar que si las
obras se inician en mayo es po-
sible que el prximo verano so
de terminacin a esos trabajas.
La Comisin de Ingenieros que
modific los planos originales
suprimi muc'nos detalles con-
siderados como no indispensa-
bles, sobre todo los decoraJoe
y el lujo para darle a los ei
cios un aspecto ms sobrio, lag
tos cambios no interfieren en
absoluto con el propio funciona-
miento del Hipdromo-
Al Iniciarse las obras se les
dar trabajo a gran cantidad
Ue desocupados, y de all el Mi-
nistro Carbonell radica el em-
peo que el Ministerio de 0:ras
Pblicas tiene de iniciar la obra
lo ms pronto posible.
Saturio Eduardo Olavarrieta
y Gaspar Bilo Mndez mdicos
apcrifos han sido penados
Al segundo se resolvi imponerle una multa de
B.500.00. El primero es venezolano
El Departamento de 8alud
Pblica expidi hoy el siguien-
te comunicado:
Panam, 21 de abril de 1951
Comunicado del Consejo Tcnico
de Salud Pbliea
Por medio del presente co-
municado el Consejo Tcnico
informa al pblico en general
que en sesin celebrada el da
20 de abril fue considerado el
denuncio presentado contra Sa-
turio Eduardo Olavarrieta, ciu-
dadano venezolano, quien ejer-
ciera el cargo de Mdico Ofi-
cial en la Unidad Sanitaria de
Oc hasta la fecha de su des-
titucin a fines del mes de
marzo prximo pasado. Investi-
gaciones practicadas por la Di-
reccin General de Salud P-
blica han comprobado plena-
mente que dicho seor Olava-
rrieta carece de credenciales
como profesional de la medi-
cina y que el diploma presen-
tado por dicho seor en la fe-
cha de su contratacin como
expedido por la Universidad
Central de Venezuela es com-
pletamente espurio y falso el
Consejo Tcnico acord remi-
tir las piezas pertinentes de
la actuacin al Ministerio P-
blico para lo de su competen-
cia. En la misma sesin se con-
sider la denuncia presentada
por la Asociacin Mdica Nacio-
nal eontra Gaspar BUo Mndez
por la prctica ilegal de la
medicina y por falsificacin de ,
credenciales. El Conselo resol-
vi que como quiera que a di-
cho seor Mndez ya se le ha-
bla advertido sobre la prctica
Ilcita de la medicina, segn
consta en el acta de la sesin
del 22 de diciembre de 19C0. y
que se trata de un caso de rein-
cidencia manifiesta en viola-
cin flagrante de las disposi-
ciones aplicables del Cdigo Sa-
nitario, proceda imponerle una
sancin ejemplar y al efecto se
le Impuso multa de B. 900.00,
sancin esta que deber ser
aplicada por el Director Gene-
ral de Salud Pblica. Igualmen-
te se resolvi sacar copla de
la documentacin que reposa
en el Consejo a fin de que el
Ministerio Pblico proceda a
iniciar las sumarias relativas
a la falsificacin de credencia-
les que resulta evidenciada se-
gn datos emanados de la Uni-
versidad Nacional.
En cuanto a la participacin
de la Farmacia Nacional, sin
cuya cooperacin el seor Bilo
Mndez no hubiera podido ejer-
cer la medicina en ,1a forma
como lo ha venido ejerciendo,
se acord estudiar por separa-
do dicho caso a fin de deter-
minar la sancin que los hechos
puedan justificar.
Pidi excusas MacArthur a
Truman porque lo avergonz
por la cuestin de Formosa
Se informa que le asegur al Presidente que la
victoria en Corea vendra muy pronto
Los documentos explican que
el Presidente Truman se opo-
na a la ocupacin de Formosa
porque no quera que Asia cre-
yera que Estados Unidos tenia
planes Imperialistas.
NUEVA YORK, abril 21. (UP)
El "Times" inform que los
archivos de la administracin
en Washington demuestran que
el General MacArthur le pidi
excusas a Truman en la Isla
Wake, por haberlo avergonzado
en la cuestin de Formosa.
Un despacho de Washington
deca que el "Times" haba te-
nido acceso a los documentos
sobre la conferencia de Tru-
man y MacArthur n el Pa-
cifico, y que el General Mac ..-- rtiatririlla
Arthur le haba pedido excusas lilla Hldll IIUI1
al Presidente, y le haoa dicho i
a Truman que comprenda su Hasta el 30 de abril, de 5 A
posicin en este asunto". 8 p m continuar abierta en
Hasta el da 30
seguir abierta
El "Times" dice que los ar-
chivos demuestran que MacAr-
thur le asegur al Presidente
que se mostraba confiado en
que la victoria en Corea llega-
ra pronto, y ofreci sus me-
jores tropas para servicio en
Europa.
Dice que Truman le pregun-
t a MacArthur si l crea que
los comunistas chinos o los ru-
sos entraran en la guerra de
Corea y que MacArthur le con-
test a l y otros ocho funcio-
narlos. Incluyendo al General
Bradley que "l ya no tema
que ellos entraran en la gue-
rra y que las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas eran ms fuer-
tes".
El peridico dice que MacAr-
thur le dijo al Presidente que
l crea que la guerra en Co-
rea terminarla en noviembre
el Instituto Nacional, la ma-
tricula de la escuela secunda-
ria nocturna que llevar el
nombre de Instituto Moderno.
El Instituto Moderno contara
con una seccin secundarla y
una seccin vo;acional. En la
primera podran hacerse estu-
dios del Primer Ciclo y de Se-
gundo Ciclo de Lleco o Cc:ner-
cial. Los crditos o diplomas de
bachilleres y peritos mercanti-
les que expida esta seccin ten-
drn valor oficial y facilitarte
a sus poseedores el ingreso a
la Universidad en pie de igual-
dad a los egresados de plante-
les oficiales.
La seccin vocaclonal del Ins-
tituto Moderno tendr cursos
de dos aos de Perito Comer-
cial, Taqul-mecanografia, Se-
cretariado, Contabilidad. Espa-
ol, Ingls. Matemticas y Prc-
ticas de Oficlnn.
de 1950 y que todos los sida-; Los organizadores del insu-
das norteamericanos podran tuto Moderno han abierto
regresar a sus hogares para la concurso las ctedras del
Navidad. Tambin dijo que en- mo. con el fin de hacer
viaria una division de infante-: rigurosa seleccin de su
lia para servicio en Europa. 1 (Pasa a la pgina calumas I


FAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
C.iBADO, A5RIL 21, 1W1
Panamamrica
MAMO
INDIfEMWENTI
HARMODIO ARIAS. DIRECTOR
DITORA PANAMA AMtRICA. S. A.
TlLiroNO 2-0740 (Central Privada i Apartado Poital No. 134
EN SU TALLERES SITUADO* EN ESTA CIUDAD, CALLE H. No. 57
Por recomendacin "unnime" sel El Presidente Truman define
destituy al General Mac Arthur la posicin de EE. UU. en
la seguridad del Pacfico
LA PROLONGACIN DE LA CALLE
CINCUENTA ,
En torno al serio problema del trnsito se ha
puesto de relieve la necesidad de descongestionar
algunas calles que por su importancia son suma-
mente transitadas por toda clase de vehculos. Na-
turalmente que para realizar esta labor se requie-
re un plan determinado y contar, adems, con los
fondos necesarios para su ejecucin.
En otras ocasiones "El Panam-Amrica" ha
destacado la conveniencia de prolongar la Calle Cin-
cuenta con el fin de abrir una ruta que comunique
directamente con el centro de San Francisco de la
Caleta. Cuando sto se logre se obtendr un apre-
ciable descongestionamiento en la Va Espaa, por
donde la mayora de los vehculos que se dirigen
al barrio mencionado tienen que pasar para hacer
conexin con la Va Belisario Porras. Por otra par-
te hay que tomar en cuenta que esta ruta es, para
muchas personas, la ms larga.
I>a experiencia demuestra que el volumen de
trnsito en la Va Espaa representa ya un peligro
para la comunidad, mxime que la falta de vigi-
lancia contribuye a censurables abusos de parte de
los conductores de vehculos. Es, pues^ de gran in-
ters para los asociados, aun para aquellos que no
residen en el sector que favorecer la prolongacin
de la Calle Cincuenta, que esta obra se realice ya
que, repetimos, ella implicar la disminucin del
movimiento en la Va Espaa.
En el proyecto del Presupuesto de Obras P-
blicas para este ao tenemos entendido que apare-
ce una partida para verificar los trabajos de la
construccin de la calle aludida. De manera que
es de esperarse que pronto comiencen las labores
respectivas en beneficio de la comunidad.
Dada la importancia de esta obra seguramen-
te la aprobacin de esa partida del Ministerio de
Opras Pblicas contar con el respaldo de quienes,
por mandato constitucional, tienen que determinar
estas erogaciones.
Ojal que pronto sea una realidad la prolon-
gacin de la Calle Cincuenta. Con ello se lograr
un cometido inmediato y, al mismo tiempo, servi-
r para estimular planes futuros de igual natura-
ler i.
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As lo declara un
vocero de la
Casa Blanca
WASHINGTON, Abril, 21 (UPI
El Departamento de Defen-
sa dijo que la decisin de TV-
man de destituir a MacArtiiur
se bas "en recomendaciones u-
r.nimes" de sus "principales a-
sesores civiles y militares Inclu-
yendo al Estado Mayor Mixio".
Un portavoz del Departamen-
to de Defensa dijo que hacia
las declaraciones con la auto-
rizacin directa de la Casa
Blanca.
Obviamente, sto es una on-
testacin a las declaraciones de
MacArthur ante el Congreso rAv.e
su sugestin de una guerra li-
mitada contra la China Reja
habla sido respaldada "en el
pasado" por los Jefes del Es-
tado- Mayor, desde un punto de
vista estrictamente militar. K!
Departamento de Defensa no
ampli su anuncio y dijo t,ue
"ias razones para la substitu-
cin del General MacArthur nu-
blan sido expuestas pervlamcn-
te por el Presidente-
Lo anunciado dice textil-
mente: "En contestacin a pre-
guntas de la prensa respecto
a la referencia del Gentr.il
MacArthur al Estado Mayor
Mixto, un portavoz del Depar-
tamento de Defensa dijo que
la Casa Blanca lo haba autori-
zado a declarar que la decUio'i
tomada por l Presidente de
lvelar al General MacArthur
se bas en las recomendaciones
unnimes de los principales a-
sesores civiles y militares del
Presidente, incluyendo 1 Es.a-
do Mayor Mixto. Las razones
del relevo del General MacAr-
thur han sido expuestas previa-
mente por el Presidente".
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WASHINGTON. Abril. 20 (UP*
Los dirigentes del Partido
Demcrata estn tratando tic
ganar tiempo antes de investi-
gar los cargos del General Mac-
Arthur de que los miembros el
Estado Mayor Mixto habicn
compartido su opinin de una
guerra limitada contra la Chi-
na Roja. El Secretarlo de De-
fensa, George C. Marshall orJc-
n a los miembros del Estado
Mayor guardar silencio sobre
el asunto.
El Presidente del Comit del
Congreso que investigar el a-
sunto anunci que no podr co-
menzar Ja Investigacin antes
e diez dias. La referencia que
hizo el General. MacArthur. de
los Jefes del Estado Mayor hi-
to que la Casa Blanca hiciera
comentarlos, ya que sta habla
permanecido en silencio desde
la llegada de MacArthur a Li-
tados Unidos.
La Casa Blanca dijo que la
accin tomada por el Presiden-
te al revelar al General MacAr-
thur estaba basada en las re-
comendaciones unnimes de los
principales asesores militares y
civiles, incluyendo a los miem-
bros del Estado Mayor.
El Secretarlo Marshall y el
Secretario de Estado Dean A-
cheson estaban entre los que a-
consejaron al Pfesldente para
que destituyera a MacArthur.
El General Omar N Bradk-y,
Jefe del Estado Mayor, esquiv
contestar directamente los car-
gos diciendo "Yo creo que !a
destitucin de MacArthur i l
puramente poltica y mi traba-
jo es militar". Dijo que los
miembros del Estado Mayor a;i
consejos "desde el punto de vista
militar, siempre teniendo en
cuenta que el punto de vista
militar no es necesariamente u-
na guia".
Los Republicanos, qulepes l-
plaudleron a MacArthur esta-
ban pidiendo a gritos un Co.nl-
l especial del tipo "Pearl H&i-
bor' para que investigue touai
las fases de la poltica exterior
de Truman.
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Estados Unidos. Ha sido apoya-
do, dijo, por entidades obreras,
agrcolas, eclesisticas y otras
instituciones.
Las potencias occidentales
tratan nuevamente de romper
el estancamiento en Pars
PARIS, Abril 21 (UP) Los
potencias occidentales trataron
nuevamente de romper el es-
tancamiento de seis semanas
en las reuniones de los delega-
dos de Cancilleres presentando
una nueva propuesta a Rasla.
cuya primera reaccin pareci
ser negativa.
Los delegados occidentales no
quisieron declarar si esta era
su ltima oferta, tras de la
cual no se hara ninguna otra
concesin, pero indicaron aue
>a propuesta expresaba su inj-
yor concesin en cuanto a la
cuestin de armamentos, el mo-
tivo principal del estancamiento.
El delegado norteamericano
Dr. Philip Jessup present una
nueva propuesta en nombre de
las tres delegaciones occidenta-
les en la 31a. sesin plenaria
de los delegados, quienes tratan
de formular el programa para
la Conferencia de Cancilleres.
La nueva propuesta altera li-
geramente la redaccin del ar-
ticulo respecto al estudio del
problema de armamentos e in-
cluye el problema de Trieste en
an asunto aparte, y hace con-
WASHINGTON, Abril (USISi
El siguiente es el texto de
una declaracin hecha ayer por
el Presidente Tfuman acerca
de la posicin de los Estados
Unidos con respecto a la segu-
ridad en el Pacfico:
"Loa Estados Unidos siguen
adelante de manera firme y en
concierto con otros pases del
Pacifico en su determinacin
de hacer cada vez mas fuerte
la posicin de] mundo libre en
la zona del Ocano Pacfico.
'En relacin con 1 estable-
cimiento de la paz con el Ja-
te que, en el caso de ocurrir
un ataque armado contra cual-
quiera de ellos en el Pacifico,
cada tfno de los tres actuar
para hacerle frente al peligro
comn de acuerdo con sus pro-
cedimientos constitucionales, y
el cual establecerla consultas
para fortalecer la seguridad a
base de una ayuda mutua con-
tinua- y efectiva.
"Las posibilidades'de este a-
rreglo fueron plenamente ex-
ploradas en Canberra. Austra-
lia, y en Wellington, Nueva Ze- .
landia, y desde entonces han
pon, estamos tratando con el I sido objeto de discusiones ln-
CHICAGO
Gobierno Japons sobre el cum-
plimiento del deseo que ha ex-
presado de un acuerdo de segu-
ridad post-tratado de confor-
midad con el cual las fuerzas ar-
madas de los ""Estados Unidos
podran permanecer, sobre base
provisional, en japn y sus pro-
ximidades.
formales con los respectivos,
subcomits de la Comisin de
Relaciones Exteriores del Sena-
do y la Cmara.
"He solicitado ahora al Se-
cretarlo de Estado, al Secreta-
rlo de la Defensa y al seor
Dulles, este ltimo como repre-
sentante especial mi en rea-
"Lns Estados Unidos esperan clon con el arreglo de paz cor.
continuar manteniendo fuerzas el Japn y asuntos conexos, que
armadas en las Islas Ryukyus! continen adelantando esta
y particularmente en Okinawa. \ cuestin simultneamente con
"En las Filipinas, se han o-
torgado a los Estados Unidos
ciertos derechos y facilidades
militares de conformidad con,
un acuerdo con el Gobierno Fi-
lipino, y el mundo entero sabe
que los Estados Unidos reco-
nocen que un ataqu armado a
las Filipinas seria visto por los
Estados Unidos como peligroso
para su propia paz y seguridad,
y que actuarla a tono con ello.
"Los Gobiernos de Australia
y Nueva Zelandia han sugerido,
en relacin con el restableci-
miento de la paz con Japn,
un acuerdo entre ellos y los Es-
tados Unidos, de conformidad
las otras negociaciones que
sean necesarias para obtenei'
un acuerdo de paz con el Japn,
a fin de que se logre una pron-
ta y satisfactoria conclusin.
"La serle de acuerdos y dis-
posiciones antes expuestas lur-
talecern la estructura oe la
paz en toda la zona del Ocano
Pacfico, donde la seguridad es-
t fuertemente influida por e!
poderlo martimo y areo.
Constituyen ellos los pasos ini-
ciales naturales en la consoli-
dacin de la paz en esa rea, y
contribuirn asi mismo a forjar
la paz universal como la bus-
can las Naciones Unidas, y a
.
con los artculos 51 y 52 de la I cuya meta estn consagrados
Carta de las Naciones Unidas, I en parte considerable dedlca-
en el cual se expresa claramen- dos nuestros esfuerzos.
La Amrica Latina progresa
por medio del punta cuatro
afirma un funcionario de E.U.
WASHINGON. Abril (USIS)
Los pases latinoamericanos
estn realizando considerable
progreso por medio del Progra-
ma de Cooperacin Tcnica del
Punto Cuatro, segn ha expre-
sado el Dr. Henry G. Bennett,
Administrador de este Progra-
ma.
El Dr. Bennett conferenci
con loa periodistas ayer, des-
pus de haberse entrevistado
con el Presidente Truman, a
quien dl un informe sobre el
Programa del Punto Cuatro.
Bennett dijo que habia infor-
mado al Presidente acerca de
cesiones en cuanto al estudio
de los tratados de paz con ios
Balcanes.
El delegado ruso, Andrei Gro-
myko no rechaz la propuesta
de plano Como en ocasiones
anteriores, esperar instruccio-
nes de Mosc antes de dar coi-
testacin final, pero su contes-
tacin preliminar tuvo tantas
criticas para la nueva propuesta
que prcticamente constituy
un rechazo.
Teamos
necesite,
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ellas".
Como ejemplo cit el proyec-
to cooperativo que est ahora |
en consideracin entre la Uni-
versidad de Arkansas y Pana-
m. Es, dijo Bennett, un acuer-
do agrcola que comprender
la enseanza, investigacin y
trabajo de extensin que han
de llevar sus resultados al a-
gricultor panameo.
Acuerdos anlogos son consi-
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nes docentes agrcolas y los de-
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otros pases latinoamericanos
Dijo Bennett a los periodis-
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pases para la asistencia coo-
perativa de conformidad con el
Punto Cuatro. De ellas, 294 han
sido probadas y estn ya en
funcionamiento.
En la actualidad se encuen-!
tran trabajando 368 tcnicos
norteamericanos en otros pa-
sag de conformidad con el pro-1
grama, 240 becarios extranjeros
que estn estudiando en los Es-
tados Unidos se dedicarn a los
proyectos del Punto Cuatro en
sus propios paises una vez que
completen los estudios que rea-
lizan aqu.
Se han firmado acuerdos for-
males con 2 paises, y otros 15
estn esperando la aprobacin
final, dijo Bennett
El Dr. Bennett manifest asi
mismo, que habla informado al
Presidente sobre la acogida que
el Programa ha recibido en lo
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
AGINA TRBI
tiene pocas esperanzas
de que se termine lo de Corea
"No se dejar
EE.UU. guiar por
&.
la Gran Bretaa
LONDRES, Abril 21 (UP)
La dramtica defensa del Ge-
neral MacArlhur de su poltica
en Asia causo temores en Eu-
ropa de que cualquier esperan-
za de terminar la guerra de
Corea seria aplazada indeflni-
de mente.
Un lunclonarlo diplomtico
dijo que "hay pocas dudas aho-
ra de que Estados Unidos est
en tal estado de nimo que
establecer claramente que "no
se dejar guiar" por Oran Bre-
taa o cualquier otro pas'.
Una fuente bien informada
dijo que un hecho Inocultable
es que Gran Bretaa y Estados
Unidos estn divididos sobre la
poltica hacia la China comu-
nista, y que haban muy pocas
probabilidades de que reconci-
liaran sus puntos de vista, ya
que Gran Bretaa mantendr
firme su posicin de que los
comunistas controlen a la Chi-
na y que la realiriad pide que
se acepte este hecho.
Misin de EE. UU.
AGASAJO AL MINISTRO URRIOLA. Los emoleados de la Caja del Seguro Secial brindaron
ayer un agasajo al profesor don Cristbal Adn de Unila, para despedirlo con motivo de
su reciente nombramiento. En la foto aparece en compaa de una parte de los asistentes
al acto.____ ; '______________________________________________________, _
4,000 aos de existencia. En
ese periodo, segn qued de-
ayuda a hacer en El arte de rasurar data
desde hace 4.000 aos
Se retira de la presidencia
de la comisin de derecho
humanos la Sra. Roosevelt
GINEBRA. 21. IUSIS). La nuar firme su Inters por la
seora de Franklin D. Roose-
velt se ha retirado del cargo de
Presidente de la Comisin de
Derechos Humanos de las Na-
ciones Unidas, el cual ha ve-
nido desempeando desde la
organizacin de esa Comisin
en 1046. La sucede Charles Ma-
lik del Lbano.
La seora Roosevelt anunci
su decisin de no gestionar la
reeleccin de la Comisin co-
mo Presidente de la Comisin,
al iniciar sta el lunes su sp-
tima reunin. Manifest que no
consideraba deseable que una
misma persona desempeara
ese cargo-durante tanto tiempo.
Dijo, sin embargo, que conti-
obra de la Comisin y que se-
guir siendo miembro de la
misma.
Varios miembros de la Co-
misin elogiaron el trabajo lle-
vado a cabo por la disitinguldi
dama y su contribucin a la
causa de los Derechos Huma-
nos tanto en las Naciones U-
nidas como en su vida pri-
vada.
De los diez miembros de la
comisin que apoyaron la de-
signacin de Malik, slo el de-
legado sovitico. P.D. Morosov,
dej de rendir tributo a la se-
ora Roosevelt por su obra co-
mo Presidente.
Presentaron en el Senado de
E. U. un proyecto para que
declaren la guerra a China
WASHINGTON, Abril 21 (UP)
El Senador Republicano Ha-
rry Cain present un proyecto
de ley para declarar la guerra
a la China Comunista o retirar
las fuerzas norteamericanas de
Corea.
Can, quien anunci previa-
mente que presentara una pro-
puesta para declarar la guerra
a la China, ofreci esta alterna-
Bolivia aerdromo
WASHINGTON, Abril (USIS)
Una misin de la Adminis-
tracin de Aeronutica Civil
est ayudando a Bolivia a
construir la pista mas larga del
mundo en el aeropuerto ms al-
to del mundo.
La pista tendr una longi-
tud de 16,000 pies, en el aero-
puerto de La Paz, a una altu-
ra de 13,400 pies.
La misin de la C.A.C. estaba a(,ui recientemente en te-1 sirvieran de ella para sujetar-
levlsln por el Almacn de De- los en el momento de dego-
partamentos Gimbel, uno de
los ms grandes del mundo, y
la Remington Rand. Inc., fa-
bricantes de mquinas de afei-
tar elctricas.
ayudando as mismo en un pro-
yecto en las tierras bajas de
Bolivia, en Trinidad, sobre el
ro Mamorc, donde los Ingenie-
ros tienen que construir pistas
con una arcilla tan deleznable
que no puede usarse en tiempo
hmedo. .
Estos dos aeropuertos simbo-
lizan los problemas de aviacin
de Bolivia, segn expresa Pie-
tro Vigna, jefe de la misin de
EE. UU.., quien ha regresado
a loa Estados Unidos para ha
cer consultas.
La misin fu primeramente
a Bolivia en 1948. Su trabajo
consisti entonces en ayudar a
los funcionaros bilivianos a
planear un moderno sistema de
radio comunicaciones y a pre-
parar la reglamentacin para
el control de la aviacin boli-
viana.
"Bolivia, como las otras re-
pblicas americanas,,' dijo Vig-
na. "est haciendo la transi-
cin del transporte a lomo de
mua al transporte areo. Co-
mo en Alaska, la construccin
de caminoc resulta sumamente
costosa, y el avin es aceptado
con agrado, siendo vigorosa-
mente desarrollado su uso por
el Gobierno."
i mostrado en la ltima parte; tinuara la guerra" en Corta
de la coleccin Rand, las m- "con toda la potencia, determl-
i quinas de rasurar elctricas -
tlva despus de un duro inter-
cambio verbal entre Demcratas
y Republicanos respecto a la
An cuando es improbable : destitucin de MacArthur. Gran
que el Senado tome una- decl- parte de la discusin se refiri
sin en la propuesta. Can di- a la cuestin sobre quienes ci-
jo que pretenda que se con-
taban de parte de la guerra y
quines de parte de la paz.
El Senador Demcrata Robert
Kerr, quien es uno de los ms
destacados defensores de Tru-
Arthur. encendi la chispa al
decir que los Republicanos se
haban convertido en "un par-
tido de guerra" en un esfuerzo
de "capitalizar politicamente"
man en la destitucin de Mac- la situacin internacional.
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Sabofee
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AUMENTA SUS RESERVAS DE ENERGAS
NUEVA YORK, abril 21.
(Export News Service". Una
demostracin de la antigua
costumbre de rasurarse de ha-
ce 4000 aos, con los antece-
dentes histricos del desarrollo
de los dispositivos para rasu-
rarse, desde la navaja de pie-
dra hasta el ms moderno a-
parato elctrico, fu presenta
cin maravill a un gran n-
mero de espectadores, al de-
mostrarse el enorme progreso
realizado por esa industria de
los aos. Se relat cmo Ale-
jandro el Grande dio el ma-
yor impulso al hbito de ra-
surarse al ordenar a sus sol-
dados que se quitaran la bar-
ba para que sus amigos no se
pa
le
liarlos. Los antiguos chinos
dieron tanta importancia a sus
instrumentos para rasurarse
que hasta los utilizaban como
especie de monedas primitivas.
Con la fluctuacin de la mo-
Ilustrada por la coleccin de neda china, resultado de la
instrumentos de rasurar del 8r. substitucin del latn y meta-
James H. Rand, incluyndose es Inferiores por el bronce orl-
uno de obsidiana que data! glnal y la piedra jade. se aten-
4.000 aos y con un filo pa- t aumentar el importe de !a
recldo al de un trozo roto de moneda desvalorizada, ama-
cristal, y los de "concha de rrando muchas navajas de ra-
mar" de los griegos, la fun-
En 2
Aos
No Asma
.1iTi 2 *!i '* 8r*- a"* oiwo a*
Fanlfto, Mal en cam aufrtendo da
Ido II kilo da pm, mirria da ala-
quia asmtico* qu la ahogaban y qu*
I* Impedan dormir, y ya caul habla
perdido la aparanaa de aegulr vlvl-
ndo. 1* noche que uno Mendico ata
acab con lo* upumoi aemtlcoe. En
leudo* ano* paaado* no ha vuelto a
? *>- Mendaoo ha tenido
lano xito ofreciendo dar a loa
Vacente* respiracin fcil y libre en
U h-r*. Pida Mendace en cualquier
farmacia hoy mismo y vea lo bien
que dormir cata noche y cunto
Mendaco ."u":
maana,
al.au
surar Juntas, o dndoles la for-
ma de espadas, las cuales se
hacan circular como moneda
desvalorizada, -con el nombre
de "dinero contante:"
Una de las curiosidades ms
Interesantes y antiguas de la
coleccin del Sr. Rand es una
navaja barbera peruana del
ao 2.0QO AC. Tambin inclu-
ye una navaja egipcia del ao
1.600 A.C.. una navaja troya-
na del ao 800 A. C. y un
juego de rasurar de la Edad
del Bronce que consiste de na-
vaja y tenacillas.
Se pudo observar durante la
funcin de televisin que el
arte de rasurarse ha progre-
sado ms en los ltimos i3
aos que en el resto de sus
han desarrollado, desde la pri-
mera, de cabezal sencillo, has-
ta la ltima de la Remington
Rand, la cual es una maqul-
nilla de seis cabezales y adap-
table al perfil de la cara.
nacin y fuerza a nuestra dls1-
poslcin" o que "retiremos
nuestras fuerzas de un campo
de batalla a ocho mil millas de
distancia para que esas fuerzas
puedan vivir para combatir, si
es necesario, en algn otro da,
pero con un propsito".
El ejrcito de EE. UU. dar a
la feria de Coln su apoyo
La Feria que ha de celebrar-
si en Mayo en la ciudad de Co-
ln est tomando cada da Is
caracteres propios del ms in-
discutible triunfo'
Se ha informado que el per-
sonal del ejrcito norteanu:-
cano en el sector del atlnu?o
ha brindado su consurso en to-
ao lo que de ellos depende.
El Club de Yates de Crist-
bal, por medio de su Presiden-
te el seor San Elliot, est UIO-
neando una organizacin espe-
cial a fin de que 40 yates cit
sus miembros puedan pari.i.1-
par en la Feria de Mayo en las
aguas ayacentes a sus terrenos.
Regatas de embarcaciones a
propulsin de motor de borca.
interior y de vela sern efec-
tuados durante los das de la
Feria.
Premios habr para I#s con-
cursantes.
El seor O'Brian, 8ecrelario
del Club de Yates de Cristbal,
ser el representante ente el
Comit Organizador de la Fe-
ria y el seor Parker, viejo re-
sidente de Coln, actuar con
el El Comit Organizador de.
la Feria ha silieltado el serv- 1
do de la acreditada banda del '
que abrir sus matrculas para I wi^J'^u^L*' .Colt' '
I nuevo ano escolare primo Fn^gu^ci^68 cfiusra ff0lf
Abre matrcula la
Escuela de Ballet
de G. Heurtematte
La Escuela de Ballet de Gla-
dys Heurtematte anunci hoy
23 de abril.
La escuela inform que las
clases comenzarn el 2 de ma-
yo prximo y que las horas de
matricula sern de 4.30 7 de
la noche, en calle 45 No. 18.
La Escuela de Ballet de Gla-
dys Heurtematte, que goza de
grandes simpatas en esta ciu-
dad, ha desarrollado una loable
tarea cultural en nuestro me-
dio.
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que le permitan pro-
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PAGINA CUATRO
El PANAMA AJCniCA DIABIO WDEMWDIEirn
ABADO, ABRIL II, 1MI

Maana se celebra Congreso Ganadero en Divisa
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"No se pueden realizar obras
urgentes en Aguadulce ahora
por falta de fondos Mpales."
En entrevista para "La Voz del Interior" el
Alcalde de Aguadulce hace declaraciones
El Corresponsal de Aguadul-
ce, don Rogelio Roble Once,
ha hecho la siguiente entrevista
al Alcalde de aquel dUtntu:
. Cuajes han Ido los (acto-
res que mayormente "nan entor-
pecido su labor administrativa?
ai La situacin econmica yol
La lalta de cooperacin del Go-
bierno.
POr falta de fondos el Muni-
cipio no ha realizado obras de
aliento; su labor ha consistido
en conservar las existentes, al-
gunas de las cuales necesUtn
reparaciones urgentes, coma el
Palacio Municipal, el Mercado
Fblico y el cementerio de A-
guadulce. La subvencin de al-
'. rededor de B. 7.000 que debiera
dar el Estado, nunca llegan a
caja.
Esta clrcunstacla. unida al
:ungn inters del Gobierno por
realizar obras en Aguadulce, ha
oado como consecuencia el es-
tancamiento material de ata
poblacin.
I. No obstante ello, qu o-
bras piensa realizar antes de
que finalice su periodo?
, Muy pronto dar comienzo
s> una piscina y un parque in-
fantil en los terrenos adyacen-
tes a la "Escuela Alejandro Ta-
'pla Escobar", trasladar el cre-
matorio a un sitio ms apropia -
^o, terminar una alcantarilla
sobre el rio Membrillar y oblen-
Jr* un plano de urbanizacin
B Aguadulce-
I Qu medidas adoptara u-
y* -n r-ue sea desmontada
W poblacin de Aguadulce?
T a pesar de mis diligencia
o se ha logrado la limpieza de
ciudad. Adems, no tengo a
1 alcance los medios para el
aseo de plazas, calles y tierras
njunlcipales. Actualmente el Go-
bernador me ha enviado 9 pie-
sos, con los cuales har tal ta-
bajo para luego exigir lo mismo
d,e los particulares.
4. Cmo andan las flnoiv-
1 municipales y qu proyecto
Acuerdo de carcter tribu-
tario desean someter a la con-
sideracin de la Cmara Edl-
Me e* astifaclorio manifes-
tar que la desvlnculaclen de A-
11 art nice de la unidad de caja
de Cocl, como la forma orde-
nada en que se hacen las Inver-
sions ha causado un bienoior
general en la arca municipales
hasta el punto de registrarse un
supervit en el ano flacal que
acaba de vencer.
Presentar un proyecto de a-
cuerdo por medio del cual se
graba la recoleccin de basura
en las poblaciones de Aguadu':e
y Pocri. Con esta medida se
crea una entrada ms y te la-
ce un trabajo eficiente.
5.A qu se debe la constan-
te rotacin de los tesorero mu-
nicipales?
Por lo general al renovarse
la mesa directiva tambin es
afectado el tesorero municipal,
medida eta que tiene su In-
convenientes en asuntos de or-
ganizacin. Preferible es la ice-
leccin de lo idneos y proous.
0 Existe espritu de cuer-
po entre su Despacho y las o
tras Corporaciones Municipales
o fribolos Intereses se interpo-
nen para el logro de una armo-
na total?
A la fecha heas pasado el
periodo de obstaculizacin de
ios primeros dias de mi admi-
nistracin; hoy observa un
completo entendimiento entre
la alcalda y las otras depen-
dencias municipales.
. Hasta qu punto se ha
hecho sentir su administracin
cu el progreso material y cul-
tural de las poblaciones de Pj-
cri, El Cristo. El Roble. Jag.to,
La Loma, El Estero, Salitrosa,
Llano Snchez y Llano 8anto?
He atendido, dentro de las
posibilidades del Municipio, la-
guna*, necesidades de carcter
material como el funcionamien-
to de pozos artesianos; asuntos
oe Inters general han sido tra-
tados en reuniones con paaies
y maestros.
I. Son de su conoelmiint j
las constantes Infracciones de
trnsito por exceso de veloci-
dad dentro de las ciudades de
Aguadulce y Pocri?
Es cierto esto; constante
comunicaciones al Jefe del Tran
sito y a lo agente del orden
pblico en este sentido son im-
portadas por mi.
f. Qu medidas sugenr.a
ACABAMOS DE RECIBIR
LOS YA FAMOSOS
BUSITOS
GMC
Rueda Sencilla 16 Pasajeros
Ruedas Dobles 17 Pasajeros
Todos Vinieron
Con Llanta de Repuesto
Ova, S.A.
Ave. Jos Feo. de la Ossa No. 14
Telfono 2-0870 PANAMA
MSICA FOLKLRICA. Podamos apreciar en la .presente fotografa al Conjunto Calar en
una de sus interpretaciones de nuestra msica folklrica, con que deleitaron a los delegados y
"Sitante, a la conferencia de la Esso Standard Ol (Centre Amrica), S. A. en la comida d
clausura que dio el seor Scollay Moore, Presidente v Gerente general de la Esso y la Sra. da
Moore. en el elegante saln Balboa del Metal El Panam. ________________________
PUNTOS DE VISTA
ti
Por Carlos Af Iturraldc
PANORAMA SANTERO
Puente de Guarar, Esp-
rame Remota
Hemos comtemplado la muy
triste y lamentable situacun
del puente sobre el Rio Guaia-
r, cuya reparacin se viene e>
lectuande desde mediados de
la presente estacin del veie-
no, sin que d muestra de u.ue
pueda ponerse en uso al ini-
ciare las lluvias del invierno
que te avecina. Es remota teda
esperanza para los que transi-
tan por asta importante via de
uited para que lo alcaldes a
eleccin representes seriamente
el querer mayoritario y no ios
intereses de factores extrao?
A eate pregunta puedo de-
cir que debe fortaleeere la au-
tonoma municipal mediante u-
na legislacin conveniente. La
candldatizacln para estos car-
gos debe hacerse por medio de
partidos municipales y nunca
por partidos nacionales.
10. La desvincularon el
Municipio de Aguadulce de la
unidad de caja de Cocl ha 'e-
uelto les problemas internos c'-.e
alcho municipio?
Aunque no del todo, s ha
mejorado la situacin general
el distrito, pues ha sido posi-
ble afrontar los diversos pro-
blema con mayores posibilida-
des de xito.
Absuelto el cuestionarlo, sin
comentarlos de nuestra par e,
nos despedimos del Alcalde Var-
gas de Len* no sin anotar la
gentileza con que fuimos reci-
bidos por el usodlcho funcio-
narlo-
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carretera que nos une a los aan-
teos, con los dems pue'ulos
Ce las Provincias vecina. El
ramal, que constituye solamen-
te unos 30 km de Las Tablas a
Chitr, se encuentra en psimas
condicione, pues los baches y
los escollos que se encuenuan
a profusin, son Un gran pe-
ligro y una pesadilla para los
que conducen sus carro por -
sa via abandonada por los
miembro del Ministerio de O-
bras Pblicas. No encontramos
una sola cuadrilla en el tramo
de La Tabla a Guarar que
repare esos hueco peligrosos
que amenazan la vida de los
transentes y que han elevado
sus reclamos en diferentes for-
mas al Gobierno que permane-
ce indiferente a estas necesi-
dades de carcter urgente.
Cuando comiencen las lluvias
on mayo prximo y se produz-
can las crecientes del rio gua-
rareo, cmo habremos de pa-
sar por el desecho que ha .1e
convertirse en un gran lodazal?
Tiene la p'' -a el Minlsi.ro,
Sr. Carbono'
Las vas dr Aasl y Tonos!,
merecern atencin
Han pasado mucho aps,
han brotado muchas promesa?.
y se han sucedido diferentes
administraciones de gobierno,
sin que la muy clebre carrete-
la de Las Tabla a. Pedas. cen-
tros de gran auge comercial
por su creciente cantidad de
productos agropecuarios, sea
una realidad. Muchos miles de
Balboas se han derramadu en
estudios y en proyectos de 'tra-
bajo que han quedado en el
vaco. La misiones verificadas
por caravanas de polticos gin
sentido de responsabilidad, hun
pregonado su determinacin de
darle corte final a esta carre-
tera que es aspiracin mxnr.a
de los hijos de la Provincia de
Los Santos, que ven en su ion-
izacin un sueo agrada.
Cuntas Ilusiones perdidas cada
vez que aquellos personajes de
iu poltica, ascienden a las po-
siciones deseadas con el con-
curso de los electores san teos,
oin que haya una mirada justa
y redentora! Hasta cundo, ae
pensar engaar con falsas pro-
tiesas a nuestras comunidades?
Se acercan las justas electora-
les y se movern de nuevo los
candidatos presidenciales y lv*
aspirantes a una representa-
cin a la Asamblea Nacional.
Cules sern sus nuevas tc-
ticas para impiesionar a sus e-
Itetores? No estarn muy gasta-
das las artimaas del pasado,
a fin de seguir usando los mi>-
mos trucos ya conocidos pir
nuestras masas campesinas?
Y por ltimo, que podramos
vaticinar para el lejano puculo
de Tonos, bordeado de tan'.*.
campias de labranza que le
imprimen un canto de esperan-
za al viajero que cruza por 0*
sos ricos parajes de tan fruct-
fero valle? Dnde eitn los B.
175000,00 que se destinaron pa-
ra mejorar su condicin de es-
Levantadas
Nocturnas
rrMuwtiMiu levMtaesa **!
tonca eeWr*aa% ereer eo loe eetv
Suetea, reeldue altnqueelne en I
erine, Selor en la > di la eaptna
1 litfU lu piernae, iur-
I. prrdlda&M
Mi/VAliXV*,
da I Tlfor
cauadoa per alguna
ararmeese la Prdetat. Para
aliviar aatee traetoraea y ayudar a
devolrer rpidamente au alud, pruebe
el nueva tratamiento eleatfnee lia-
meo rleaexe. No Imperta ruin aatU
au aufrlmlento, Reaena le
ivlferliar u e-lindula
relerlir au lnula
i y arl eeatlrae Mea. O.
Resana en cualquier farmacia.
The Chase National Bank
of the City of Now York
Total de recurtos: roa* de B/. 5,283,000,000.00
Transacciones Banca ras en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOiAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Sos E*i*cinliiumoM en el Financiamiento de
Importocione* y Exportaciones
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada pot el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito,
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B.5.00
Efectuamos operacione de prstamo con garanta de
primeras hipotecas y prenda comerciales.
Sern consideradas varias
medidas para evitar la
llegada de la atosa aqu
Los organizadores
de la Feria de
Coln agradecidos
COLON, abril 21. El Comi-
t Organizador de la Feria de
Coln con motivo del Da d
la Policio, Nacional, hizo cons-
tar ante el Mayor Pastor Ra-
mos y oficiales de Coln, el a-
gradeclmlento por la colabora-
cin eficaz que dicho cuerpo
viene prestando en los traba-
jos de levantar y organizar la
feria.
Tanto el Coronel Remn, Co-
mandante Jefe, como el Mayor
Pastor Ramos, ofrecieron des-
de el primer momento su co-
operacin al xito de esta em-
presa, que tanto beneficio pue-
de proporcionar a la ciudad
Atlntica; y esa cooperacin ha
sido tan eficaz que bien puede
afirmarse que ella ha contri-
buido a realizar el milagro de
esta feria, organizada con un
gran volumen de exhibiciones,
exposiciones y atracciones en el
breve espacio d dos meses.
Lanzan inquilinos
en Coln sin los
trmites legales
COLON, abril 21. (RC8>. A
entrevista sostenida por eate
corresponsal en la maana de
hoy con el seor Darlo de la
Rosa, Corregidor del Barrio sur
de esta ciudad, inform que
en vista de que numerosas per-
sonas en mora en el pago del
alquiler de un cuarto son victi-
mas de muchos atropellos por
el seftor Luis Alejandro Rowe
ia> "Chocolate", quien es re-
presentante de varias agencias
comisionistas de casas de alqui-
ler, Informa al pblico en ge-
neral que el referido seor Cho-
colate en nada tiene que ver
con los lanzamientos que con-
tra los Inquilinos morosos en
ete despacho se ejecutan.
Es ms, sigui diciendo el se-
or Corregidor, hago pblico a-
nunelo porque el seor en men-
cin no es empleado de este
Tribunal y he tenido conoci-
miento que en ocasiones uso
el nombre de personas ajenas
y hasta la fuerza pblica para
cometer Irregularldade.
Maana tendr lugar un Im-
portante congreso ganadero en
la Granja Experimental d Di-
visa, al cual asistirn promi-
nente ganadero d las Pro-
vincia* Cantrals, con objeto de
discutir los principal proble-
mas que confronta la ganade-
ra y sobre todo lo relaciona-
do son la* medida que i ds-
uen tomar para evitar la pro-
pagacin de la fiebre aftota en
nuestra Repblica.
Como saben nuestros lectores,
la terrible plaga del ganado es-
t azotando hoy las haciendas
de Venezuela y Colombia y ante
el temor de que pueda desatar-
te aqu, el Gobierno reciente-
mente adopt cierta medidas
d prevencin. Los ganaderos
de las Provincias Cntrale han
pensado que no es posible quo
ellos asuman un actitud pa-
siva ante una "Situacin que de
confrontarse en nuestro pas
significara la ruina d la ga-
nadera y de all que hayan
organizado este congreso.
Se espero que o este acto
asistan l Ministro de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e Industria, don
Ricardo Arias E., y altos fun-
cionario de ese Ministerio pa-
ra que ilustren a los ganade-
ros sobre la verdadera situa-
cin de la plaga de la aftas
en el Continente y obre cul
deber ser la cooperacin de
ellos para mantener la aftosav
fuera de Panam.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES!
mino infernal? De Vallerrlco no
han -pasado lo etudlos y !*
estacas que a granel se han co-
locado para suavizar tantas
quejas sobre esto camino. Lo
productos de la regin de T'j-
nosi, permanecen trancados y
muchos se pierden porque no
hay una va adecuada para
ciarles salida. El servicio mar-
timo se verifica a intervalo-.
muy largos, porque no hay 1-
tinerario fijo, ni facilidades de
un puerto, ni un camino debi-
damente acondicionado. Segui-
remos ahondando sobre e3tos
problemas que afectan nuestras
comunidades rurales, en donde
Ik vida se hace precaria y de
Jonde salen los mejores pio-
duoto, amasado con el sudor
y la preocupacin del hombre
que saloma con vibrante aie-
gria, deafiando la inclemen-
cia da la naturaleza y del
tiempo-
i Del verbo rimar.
o^-Coloca,lta.
sLadrn familiarmente.
12Del 'verbo Izar.'
13Demotratlvo.
14Alero.
15nico en su clae.
16Nueva.
18Prenda de mujer.
20Hacer eleccin.
121Abuela, familiarmente.
22Hilo de seda poco torcido.
23Que tiene apuros.
26Hombre Joven y apuesto.
30 Medida inglesa de longitud.
31Insecto.
33Del verbo arar.
34Polo positivo.
36Adornados.
38Metal precioso.
40 Desafio, Inv.
41Tomas notas.
44Nombre de mujer.
47Maja de Sevilla.
49Letra castellana, Pl.
60Amarrar.
SiLista o catlogo.
62De elevada estatura.
53Lisa, llana.
Xty.*XXKK*K*KKKM$:KMMM*m
IIIKOK.KMIII B
-IllW ORDIlU ft'
CIFEE.il C
Bagustiwa^ahconE
j A Al'-
"33o*x.- ELIMINE
LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a los cabellos su
primitivo color, hayan sido
stos rubios, castaos
o negros.
No e* nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad.
PREMIADO EN VARIA8
EXPOSICIONES
S4Animal polar.
16Oasis de Sabara.
VERTICALES:
1Expresin de alegra.
2Humor acuoso.
3Que tiene demasiado pelo.
4Tomar anotaciones. ,
6Del verbo pensar.
6Plantigrado. !
7Nuevo.
8Sucesin de eslabones
entrelazadas.
17Que tiene elegancia.
9Gorjal. Inv.
loUn poco.
11Rezar.
19Hacer el amor.
2SAltar.
24--Del verbo poner.
25Del verbo osar.
27Material de construccin.
28Del verbo arar.
29Nosotros.
12Sapele de castauelas d
metal.
35Del verbo dotar.
37Relativo al aire, Pl.
39Guarida de osos.
41Querer con amor.
42Crema que se forma sobro
algunos lquidos.
43Animales domstico.
45Pura, limpia.
46Cocinar en seco.
48Nosotros.
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SOLUCIN DE ATEB
nuMwiFj iijaa'j'j
FiMULiLi MC'ici aaa
araran
aJH.iM HC'ia 333
HllLl IJMEJ 3H333
nn Hnn ram net
Biikslilii
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos saman ale da B/.0.25; gV.0.50; B .1.00
y B/.5.00, por un periodo de cuarantiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina eon Calle "I"
Oficinas en Colea: Calle del Frente esquina een Calle 7a.
HORAS:
a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Babadoa: B a.m. a 12 m.
Q. A. De ROUX.
Administrader
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
8ab-Administrador
Sucursal eo Celen
BANCO NACIONAL DE PANAMA
Fundado n 1904
DEPOSITARIO OFICIAL DE LA REPVBUCA DE PANAMA
Direccin Telegrfica i ANCN AL
Averted amen II Panam
Teleaee: 1-ttM. MM1, t-M. 2.st3l. t-ftM. Panam
Agencia on loa eifuienta lugar:
AGUADULCE, AJLMIRANTE. BOCAS DEL TORO. CHJTRE,
COLON. CONCEPCIN. DAVID, OCU, PENONOME,
PUERTO ARMUELLES. SANTIAGO Y LAS TABLAS.
Corresponsales on las principlos platas del Exterior.
Cata on oondiciones da proatar toda ala sjo
ee'vicio henearlos.
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SBADO, ABRIL 1M1
CL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO IrtDCTENDIENTE
FAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta leccin se reciben en la
rCed
accin
Social

TUIOM **
de EL PANAM-AMRICA
x BORAS: CM a 1I:M a.se.
Apartado 1M

Cusida ea I Fanem
XI Mflor Scollay Moore y le-
or ofrecieron anoche una *.a
mida es el hotei El Panam*.
para gata jar a loi delatados
a la Conferencia da la Evo
Standard Oil C ., quienes par-
tea prximamente.
Atan ene en el Club Halen
Para agasajar a la seara
Alaria Ofelia de Rodrigues U,i-
in, quien procedente de La
Habana se encuentra paeanco
una corta temporada entre no-
sotros, la seftpra Angela R. de
Gonzalos Revllla frecl hoy utv
almuerzo en el Club Unin.
Buffet informal
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, el seor Arturo
Mttller y seora Beverly ce
MUller ofrecieron anoche un
buffet informal en su recidcn-
cia en Bella Vista.
Comisa
1 8r. Charles Akin y seon
Delia de Akin, ofrecieron >
ciias pasado una comida en ai
esidencla, en honor del seno;
Vicente. Arlategul y seora Car-
man Andreve de Aristegul, quie-
nes se encuentran pasando 'ti-
rios das en Panama, proceden-
te de Mxico.
Peregrinacin martima a Reina
festeja su primer aniversario.
La peregrinacin panamea
que hizo viaje por la via mar-
tima a Roma con motivo del
Ao Santo, celebrar una Mi-
sa dt Accin de Oradas ma-
ana domingo a las 7 a.m. en
la Santa Iglesia de la Meic-.'rt
la cual ser ofrecida por al Re-
verendo Padre Mega, organi-
zador y jefe de la misma-
El KINDERGARTEN "MI ESCUELITA"
(GUARDERA y PREPARATORIA)
En San Francisco, Calle 9a. No. 13, abre
matrculas para nios de 3 a 5 aos desd
el da 23 de Abril.
Horas de recibo: de 9 a 11:30 a.m.
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LOS NUEVOS CURSOS COMIENZAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
Estenografa y Mecanografa en espaol a ingls.
Contabilidad Redaccin Ingls
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
Agradecimiento
If naci Jurado, Elena A. de Jurado y Delia Jurado
Por este medio agradecen profundamente a sus amista-
se* ie esta ciudad, de varios Distritos de la Provincia,
de la Capital de la Repblica y de la Provincia de Bocas
del Toro, las muestras de condolencia que han recibido,
cen motivo del fallecimiento de su querido hermano,
sue en vida se llam Rosendo Jurado Venero (q.e.p.d.).
David, Abril de 1951
Sopa
UPTON
Pollo y Fideo y Tomate y Vegetle
Sabrosa Econmica. Nutritiva
-
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Lipton Frostee"
Por este medio ce avisa a lo-
3 loa peregrinos, tanto de la
Jad com del Interior de la
.pblica, para ti desean on-
arrir a ella.
e Sur Amrica
Grata estada le deseamos ai
-thor Emilio Ortiz de Zebos
II. quien procedente de urna
lleg hoy con el (in de pasur
uha corta temporada visitando
a su padre, 8. E. el Embajauvr
del Per y Decano del Cueipo
Diplomtico, seftor Emilio Cutis
de Zeballos.
De loe Estados Unido*
Saludamos a la seora Doiu-
ree M. de Silva, quien regreso
de tos Angele en donde pso
una temporada visitando a sus
familiares.
Para los Estados Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos a
a seora Nlta N. de Lewis
quien acompaada de su nio
sigue maana para Nueva York
en donde pasar una tempo-
rada.
Despus de haber puado ra-
nos dias en nuestra capital,
hospedados en el hotel El Pa-
nam, siguieron hoy para Ma*
mi el seor Milo Perkln y 6/0
Los despedimos-
Para Colon
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Jorge Benedetti y S.-a.
isabel P. de Benedetti, quienes
se encuentran en Coln en Jun-
de pasarn vario dias de Jen-
canso.
De El Valle
Despus de haber puado la
temporada da vern en El V*-
lle, se encuentra de nuevo en
la capital la 8ra. Bebel 1 de
Garca de Paredes y sus nios
La Saludamos.
Bodas de Plata
Nuestra congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Allison Sears y W"
flora Liona de Sears, quienes
cumplen en esta fecha venil-
cnco aos de cuados.
Aniversario de matrimonie
Celebran en esta fecha el a-
niversario de su matrimonio el
seftor Sergio Cataruzzo y se-
ora Mercedes Luna de Caia-
usso Los felicitamos cordial-
mente-.
Abandon el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos, la .re-
jera de la Srta. Gladys Pre-
ciado, quien abandon hoy la
Clnica San Fernando.
FIESTA EN "EL PANAMA" Fotografiados arriba pueden verse un grupo de loe Invitados al
cocktail ofrecido en el Patio del Hotel El Panam por el seor Scollay Moore, Presidente y
Gerente General de la Esso Standard Oil (Centro Amrica), S.A. y Seora de Moore en honor
a los delegados y visitantes al Confreso General de Gerentes de las compaas afiliadas de
la Esso en la Amrica Latina. De derecha a Izquierda tenemos al Sr. M. S. Henry, de la
Compaa Esso en la Argentina, a la Baby Soto; J. H. Wubbold, del Lago Oil and Transport
Co.. ea Aruba; la seorita Mary Watson PAbrega; el seor R. H. Mllbrath, Coordinador de
la Esso en lu oficinas de Nueva York, un husped noxidentificado; Regina Cardse, y el se-
or M. M. Merritt. presidente de la Ca. Esso en Uruguay,
Veteranos de la guerra de
Etiopa con Italia estn
luchando ahora en Corea
Sociales de Coln
Por JtIDITB BEBTONCINI
Tel g Aptdo 18W
y bienestar.
Por JOHN P. LEACACOS

PARIS, Abril tUSIS) En el
transcurso de los prximos tres
meses el general wighl D.E1-
senhower se enfrenta a la her-
clea tarea de duplicar vlrtual-
mente los electivos de combate
de sus ejrcitos, a fin de le-
vantar una "barrera" de emer-
gencia en Alemania, en previ-
sin de cualquier empuje lan-
zado de sorpresa por los rusos
durante el "tiempo apropiado
para la invuln' en 15L, til
estado mayor de Elsenhower,
iriamente calculador, declara
que puede llevarse a cabo di-
cha tarea.
Sin embargo, al alcanzar su
objetivo final de sesenta dlvl-1
sloneg para la defensa de la
Europa Occlv-ital, Elsenhower
estar actuanuu bajo oostacu-
los velados hasta ahora por ia|
tremenda extensin y lo Intrin-
cado del programa del cuartel;
General dei Pacto del Atlntl-
co en Europa. Los militares a-1
liados mencionan los obstculo
que siguen:
1. Julio 1952 es la fecha fi-
jada para que i haya alcanzado
un rearme mnimo, no diciem-
bre de 1952 o 1953, como se ha
" mormado a menudo. En pocu
Danny Kaye se est diseando palabras, Eisenhower tendr
l mismo un sombrero al estilo 11"6 hacer en un ano y pico lo
de los que usa Carmen Miranda Q"e las lentas potencias del A-
Aniveraario de matrimonia
... Dara un nmero musical en que Han tico se habran propuesto
Celebran hoy un ano ms de la imita en ON THE RIVIERA I originalmente hacer en cuatro
union matrimonial el seor R- (t-r LA COSTA AZUL). El gran i anos.
mulo Emlliani y Oeraldlna de comediante tiene increble ta-1 2- Segn el convenio de Bru-
Emlliani. Con tal motivo los lento como diseador de som- se'u de diciembre pasado, en
saludamos. breros. Una vez hizo un sketch 1 que las nacioi es del Atln-
mwmmwwiiiiim^' llamado "Anatole el de Pars" tico le pusieron manos a la o-
m*Mw.*M*m~m*TTmw9K9M** que era una car|cat,ura de los bra de defensa. Eisenhower tic-
Cumpleaos de hoy
Seora Oraclela O. de Aro-
semena
Seora Raquel D. de Boyd
Seora Gabriela B. de Mahei
Srta. Tita Pacheco
Nio Eduardo Jess Simons.
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Dolores V. de Paniza
De Viaje
Despedimos atentamente al
Lie. Don Euseblo A. Gonzalez
Quien sale para La Habana par
unos dias- Feliz viaje le de-
seamos.
Cumpleaos de hoy
El seor don Leonardo Per-
^A^Sududal^lChof tfggg^gWMr^ftM modistos franceses, en el cual. Me^ gSff* actala
a' un ao mas de'vida. Sea IB ** IHifliHi creaba delante del pblico som- ^f ". *?* ,*"'?*: T,'ne Qlfe
ello motivo para enviarle por fci BMfiliM MilV ^"e' el visto bueno de cada
este medio un cordial y cart- 1111% fifilUlj? breros fantsticos. "Creo que gobiernoantea de poder mover
oso saludo de felicitacin y a
la ves formulamos votos por
su creciente dicha y ventura
personal.
C I F E 5 R
Aniversario de matrimonio
El estimado hogar de don
Teodoro Tagarpulos y seo-
ra doa Zohaila Halwany de
Tagaropuros, celebra hoy un
ao ms de unin matrimonial.
Lo saludamos con tal motivo.
Cumpleaos de hoy
El Joven Efrain Calvio Jr.
se ver muy felicitado con mo-
tivo de su onomstico. A las
muchas congratulaciones que
reciba unimos las nucstru muy
cordiales.
Suma hoy su primer ao de
vida el niito Mario Ernesto
Jaramillo. hijo del hogar de don
Ernesto Jaramillo y seora do-
a Berta de Jaramillo. Formu-
lamos votos porque celebre mu-
chsimos aos ms con salud
doa Lola Mor de Silva, quien
regres de los Angeles, Califor-
nia, donde fu a visitar a sus
hijos, seor Vincent V. Valence
y Sra. Elena Silva de Valence.
Despedida
Despedimos atentamente a b
Sra. Doa Mara Olimpia de 0-
baldia conocida potelsa inte-
lectual de sta quien parti na-
ca Mxico para asistir a un
Congreso de Lenguas del Con-
tinente.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos atentamente a
Religiosas
Se recuerda a loa devotos y
favorecidos de nuestro san'.o
patrono y abogado en los ca-
aos urgentes San Expedito, que
ol domingo 22 de Abril de 19bl
es su fiesta en la Iglesia Ban
Miguel a las 8 y 30 a.m. con la
bendicin de su nueva imagen
misa solemne, con orquesta y
coro de ninas escogidas y pa-
negricos del mismo.
Tambin se darn recordato-
rios de se da.
| resultara algo pesado ponerle
I mangos y pltanos, pero con al-
| go hay que llenar la canasta
ricanas destaeadu cerca de ka
i romera cnecoeslovaca. II Sp-
timo Ejrcito norteamericano
esta constantemente en estadp
de alerta, sometido a un adies-
tramiento riguroso que com-
prende el modo de disparar cod
instrumentos en punto cers>
contra cualquier couna o a^^B
dente del terreno que haya en
la zona
El papel de la infantera
Teniendo en mente la amarga
leccin dada por los soldado
que combaten en la Corea,
quienes llevan mas equipo da
la cuenta, los especialistas del
Cuartel General del Pacto d^l
Atlntico en Europa estn con-
siderando seriamente el empleo
de infantera ligera como uni-
dades fundamentales, a las cua-
les podran agregrseles armas
esadej para apoyar a su ac
clon, segn fuere necesario. E*
to aprovecharla, a un cost
ms bajo por lo que se refiere
al equipo, el potencial humano
espaol e italiano, una vez que
dlchu fuenras estuviesen dis-
ponibles desde el punto de vis-
ta politico.
Reservas, ae est simplifi-
cando la maquinaria de la mo-
vilizacin a fin de que pueda
responder ms rpidamente a'
una crisis repentina. Los fran-
ceses, quienes se espera qua
proporcionen el grueso de lu
fuerzas terrestres confian ma-
yormente en el personal de re-
serva. Actualmente eatn tra-
tando de posibilitar el med.o
de que las reservas egtn sobre
lu armas en el trmino de-
tres das. ,,
..a. <<<***ita
TELEFUN KEN
f/ct/ttm flwnto' i
"V CONUINVADA, kIMul UOlllf FXIJfi LA TIQUTA ROJA Y BlNCA
isky fL
m*ao iim-mMfu m it
Buen
IVhisky
lyradecwuento
yuia at Roux ae suelcjueeu
desea hacer llegar la expresin de su ms vivo agra-
decimiento e todas las personas y entidades que han
manifestado interesarse por el estado de su salud
con ocasin del accidente que sufri recientemente.
Johnnie Walker
S-*. I iluu 4. Erna f la *< 4. \m um.....
p*4r* m lllmi Wtfttr b"r ioompirbl.
'ha a> "TkUky Moal d. 1. jar
tsicamente las divisiones mili-
tares. No puede lanzar tropas
al combate sin previa declara-
cin de guerra por parte de los
parlamentos nacionales. Obten-
dr plenos poderes slo si *e
dlgo-sorabrero-que voy a usar.'-. rompen oficialmente las hosti-
______________ | lldades.
3. De la cifra total de las se-
i senta divisiones que se proyec-
! tan, doce, o una de cada cinco.
i serian alemanas, siempre y
cuando que la Repblica de
Bonn se decida. Prcticamente,
esto significa que el refuerzo
del Occidente por parte de las
tropas alemanu no tendr lu-
gar en 1961.
Sin embargo, el estado mayor
de Elsenhower espera poder 1-
gualar este verano el podero
militar de la Rusia sovitica en i
el importante frente de la Ale-
mania Central. Se calcula que
diecisiete divisiones, incluyendo;
seis norteamericanas, cada una
de lu cuales comprende entre
quince mil y veinte mil hom-
bres por los menos se enfren-
tarn a treinta divisiones ru-
sas de uno siete mil hombres
cada una. De modo general,!
esto situarla a doscientos mil I
soldados aliados frente a dos-
cientos mil soldados rusos.
Despus de haber duplicado
vlrtualmente sus efectivos este
verano, el Cuartel General del
Pacto del Atlntico en Europa
ver aumentar aqullos rpida-
mente, por decirlo as. Estando
las lineu de suministros que
lo unen a los arsenales de los
Estados Unidos protegidas a su
espalda por el mado del Atln-
tico, asi como su flanco medi-
terrneo lo estar pronto por
un nuevo mando, Elsenhover se
est dedicando a resolver gran |
nmero de problemas concre-
tos.
Escocs
rN MAVAMIS
r sutaaa mm _>.. teares ohiit ainnies. ulmasnoc, mwvlm
'*
Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin
Advertencias sobre matrcula
Laa matriculas para las escuelas primarias se
iniciarn el Lunes 23 de los corrientes.
Las Esouelas Estados Unidos, Presidente Valds
y Mateo Iturralde, abrirn matricula en sus respecti-
vos pabellones de al escuela Artes y Oficios Melchor
Lasso de la Vega en donde funcionarn este ao.
Las matriculas estarn abiertas, sin excepcin,
para todos los niee de edad esoolar, es decir que por
ninguna circunstancia se podr rechazar de las escue-
las alumnos que deban eer matriculados en ellas. Para
matrioularss en otra escuela por cambio de domicilio
o causas parecidas, es necesario la autorizacin expre-
sa del respectivo Director anterior. Los alumnos nuevos
deben preferir las escuelas ms cercanas a sus hoga-
res. Para los caeoa de nios extranjeros, los Directores
deben cerciorarse de que se han llenado todos los re-
quisitos exigidos por las Autoridades do Inmigracin.
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
jMjgyi!
> R-wi rfiarrci-* *_^
es uno leche
excelente
Su nene le pedir mis Crema de Trigo, el salu-
dable y apetitoso cereal. Sabroso y fcil de digerir,
los nios lo toman a gusto. ,
Es muy generalmente dado a los bebes como
primer alimento slido despus de la lactancia y
durante la denticin y el crecimiento, favoreciendo
el desarrollo de dientes sanos y huesos fuertes.
La Crema de Trigo "3 Minute" contiene Vita-
mina B), calcio y hierro, elementos agregados para
mayor nutricin.
%-
Crema de Trigo
DELICIOSA...
...NUTRITIVA
Se est perfeccionando las
misiones de combate de sus
tres mandos subalternos, con-
forme a planes fundamentales
formulados por el estado ma-
yor de la unin occidental, se-
gn circuios militares de Pa-
rs. Dichas misiones sern co-
mo sigue:
El sector septentrional o es-
candinavo estar alerta ui
particular contra las posibles
incursiones soviticas en No-
ruega y las bases areas pa-
ra bombardear a la Oran Bre-
taa, y las Incursiones rusas
para llevar a cabo bombardeos
atmicos volando sobre las zo-
nas del polo rtico asi como
contribuir a dirigir los ataques'
aliados co.itra el mar Bltico
ocupado por los soviticos.
El sector meridional o ita-,
liano se defender de ataques |
enemigos a travs de la brecha
de Oorlzla (al norte de Tries-;
te). Esta va de Invasin pava
por la llanura de Lombardia y
pennetra en la Riviera fran-
cesa y hacia arriba por el va-
lle del Rdano. Dicho mando
tiene tambin a su cargo la ta-
rea de contraatacar hacia rl
nordeste, penetrando en Aus-
tria y contribuyendo las o-!
peraciones en los Balcanes.
Otros factores a los cuales'
Eisenhower est prestndoles
atencin comprenden los si-
guientes:
Aviacin: El teniente gene-
ral Larls Norstad. de los Estados
Unidos, jefe de las .'uerzas a-
reas del frente central, respon-.
sable ante Elsenhower, est or-
ganizando su aviacin de modo
que pueda constituir una de-
sagradable sorpresa para el e-
nemlgo. En Chateauroux. a
doscientos cuarenta kilmetros
al sur de Paris, se est cons-
truyendo la base para aviacin
militar mi grande del conti-
nente.
Distribucin de tropas: Se es-
tn trasladando unidades del
ejercito francs a posiciones
tctlcu en el valle del rio
.ahn, frente a ta zona soviti-
ca de Alemania, entre las fuer- j
s britnicas destacadas al
sur de Lubeck y lu nortame-
S^issaasa-^
cada vaso
es uno
fuente
de salud
El que la toma
una vez
la sigue tomando
siempre !
'UcVtRDl
VALLE
VERDE
Sabs mejor !
tl-S
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura y aimoltM
otra brillonfa pruaba ala moho.
R,|.25 soln. Almacana Tropiou
SI VENDEN:Cloaa. rubana nafro,
acaro acanalado, fir-Te (cartn
all lad or ajar* ciaba r*ot mada-
rat. lavimanoi. excuiodoi, etc.
Im precio mil bojoi placa.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vi. tes-
ta, llejonda a Juan Franco. Tal.
1-1503._________________________
SE VENDE: Incubodoro elctrico.
re 3-0255.___________________
SE VENDE: Cachorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
Ofrecemos baila y arto Iota Irania al
mar. Precio: solamenta B/.4.35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltda., Calla 5
No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
beseo Ud. compror bonitos, cachorros
policas, hijos del gran "Chico."
Dirjase o Vista Hermosa, Calle
6a. No. 3.
SE VENDE:Sillo de rueda, buenas
condiciones, rozonable. Parque Le-
fevre. Colle 8a. No. 8 cerca Igle-
sia Catlica.
SE VENDEN: Cachorros de perro
polico belga. Informes en Comisa-
riato el Coco. Via Porras No. 184,
San Francisco.
SE VENDE:Elevador poro depsito
de 2,000 libras capacidad. Uso
manuol. Ricardo A. Mir, S.A. Ca-
lle 16 Este No. 4. Tel. 2-3436.
SE VENDE:Homoco de poia ecua-
toriana. Almocn Eugenio Chan.
Calle 13 Este. ^___
SE VENDE:50 i 200 acciones Ho-
teles Interamericonos, muy bora-
tos. Necesito dinero. Tel. 2-3631.
SE VENDE:Un cobollo propio pora
nio con su silla y rienda. Infor-
man en el Tel. 3-2960.
SE VENDE:Cholet pequeo Club X,
Colle 9a. No. 8. Para informe ocu-
rra Cosa No. 10, Visquez.
SE VENDE:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
LIDAD. Sus 6 recamaros, 3 bonos,
terrazas y grandes salones brin-
dan comodidad o numerosa fami-
lia. Situada en AVE. JUSTO ARO-
SEMENA No. 53, cerca o toda at
conveniencias. Para informes a ins-
peccin lime o: WOLFF Y CA.
LTDA.. Calle 5a.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje la
acreditada Barbera Europeo. Ca-
lle 17 Oeste No. 70.
SE VENDE:Refresquero y Restau-
onte. Calle "Q" No. I. Por motivo
de vioje.
SE VENDE:Dos lotes, en Las Cum-
bres con un total 910 mts2. Precio
atractivo. Llame 2-3387 3-0760.
SE NECESITA
Domstico*
SE NECESITA:Cocinera qua sepa
cocinar y goce de buena solud. Ca-
lle 50 No. 10.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento
SE NECESITA:Carguera con expe-
riencia. Dormir en el trabajo. Ava.
Per No. 28, Apto. No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Una buena emplea-
da, deba traer referencias. Ava.
del Per 65 altos. -
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio y cocinero con recomenda-
cin. Colle 44 No. 15.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda seria que
tengo experiencia en cocina euro-
pea. Calle 33 No. 30 esquina Jus-
to Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:_Una muchacha jo-
van y de buena presencio. Ocurra
Via Porras 218, da 3 a 6 p.m.
solamente.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera-plancho-
dora que conozca su profesin. Ca-
lle 48 No. 26.
SE ALQUILA Apartamento. 2 re-
cimoras, sala-comedor, B/.55.00
lave. 85 Avenida Cuba.
.i__________________
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de 3 .
cuartos con balcn y servicios in- !
dependientes en Ave. Central No.
125. Tal. 2-3491.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento grande
*n todo el piso solo. B/.75 men-
suales. Avenida Norte 63-A.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento, 2 re-
cimoras, sala-comedor, cuorto em-
pleada, Edificio "Hisponio", Colla
Colombio 3. Entrada independien-
te. < i
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
coda uno, salo-comedor, cuorto de
empleada, instalacin agua calien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto 4. Telfono
3-0815.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria y Restau-
rante. Calle "G" No. 1. Por motivo
de viaje.
SE VENDE:Un establecimiento por
motivo de viaje. Colle I 3 Solsipue-
des. Casa 14, establecimiento 4,
Panomi.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria y Aborro-
terra en Avenido "A" No. 48.
Paro informes llame Tel. 2-0052.
aban
Acabamos de recibir cemento blanco,
cermica de color y vidrio verde
contra calor. Co Dulcidlo Gonzi-
lez, Fibnca de Mosaicos. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8.
SE VENDE:En "El Coco". San Fron-
cisco, lotes de 600 y 700 metros a
B/.4.95 metro. Es la barriada mis
bonita de las afueras y vecindario
selecto. Vea duea en Vio Porros
No. 66 o Home telfono 3-2407.
SE VENDEN:1000 pies de tuberia
galvanizada de 1/2 y 1000 de 3/4
nueva B/.365. Aroluz, Central
158.
SE VENDEN:Da oco.in llantas
nuevas 700x15. lona. Canti-
dad limitada. Reconttruetora Na-
cional. Ava. Per 7. Tal. 2-0406.
SE VENDE:Acuario con 18 especies
de peces, suministros pora acuario.
Va Espaa No. I 1 frente Establo
Juan Franco.
SE VENDE:Zinc y modera barata,
joulas pollos y gallinas. Precio de
ganga, gallina ponedoro precio
medio, aproveche este baratillo
hosta el sbodo. Vea a Tony en el
otro lodo del Ferry o llame al Tel.
Balboa 3012.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
MANJELO UD.
50c por hora
mi 7 por millo.
Carros asafurados.
Tel. 2-1995 Garepa Elias
PERSONALES
0 peor Eloy Mataln vende sus de.
techos de llave al Sr. Nicolis Mi-
lano. Todos los personas interesa-
das acudon antes de 15 dios. Ave
Central No. 182.
MISCELNEA
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Lujoso luego de reci-
mora. Precio originol B..650. Re-
golodo en B.225. Calle 34 No. 7.
SE VENDE: Lavadora automitica
Kenmore 1950 (nueva) 60 ciclos.
Caso 1 1 -A. Nuevo Cristbol, Vier-
nes, Sbado o Domingo.
SE VENDE:Una meso marco Sim-
mons con 6 sillos B/.40. Ave. Jus-
to Arosemena 97, Apto. 3, Fried-
mon.
SE VENDE:Juego recmara B/.250;
Juego comedor chico B/.I80. Co-
lle 17 Oeste, Cosa No. 21, Apto.
15.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Frigidaire
y radio electrolo Bush. Ave. Justo
Arosemeno 97, Apto. 2. telfono
3-1844.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local paro oficina,
arribo del Teatro Centro..
SE NECESITA:Empleada seria, res-
ponsable y con recomendacin,
para cuidar una niita. Calle 52
final con Calle Ricardo Arias. Ca-
so No. 22, Campo Alegra.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
su oficio sin hijos, con referencias.
Buen sueldo. Presentarse Calle 32
Este No. 27. De 9 a 12 de 2 a 5
p.m.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El Juos qua auicriba. Tercero del Cir-
coit do* Panama, por meviio a-1 prs*ut*,
EMPLAZA
A! efior GEORGE WALTER MOSS,
cuyo paradero actual se ieacnoce, pa-
ra que dentro del trmino de treinta ( 10)
dlaa contadoa desde la fecha d la lti-
ma publicacin de ata edicto, compa-
rexca a este Tribunal, por si o por me-
dio de apoderado, a fin da qua hjr va-
ler aua derechos en el juicio de divor-
cio promovido en an contra por Afri-
pina Marques.- advirlindosele que si a-i
no lo hiriere dentro del trmino presa-
do, se le nombrar un defensor d* au-
sente eon quien se continuar 1 juicio
Por tanto, fija I presenta *dicto:
en lugar publico rte esta Secretara, hoy
dore de abril de mil novecientoa cin-
i-urnu y uno, y coplas del mismo se
entregan a parte interesada para
publicacin El Juez.
(Fd. ) Carina Ivn Zftifa.
El Secretario.
(Fda.) Ruben D. Crdoba
ft* fiel copie.
Panam, Abril 12 de 1911.
Cario* Ivn Zltfa
Srio.
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
PERDIDA
PERDIDA:Yegua blanca pisquitas
Carmelos, marca L. V. Gratifica-
cin. Lime 3-3067.
iE-ALQUILAN:Exelus.vomontc pa-
ro oficinos lcalas cntricos an loe
altos dp Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Solicitan Infor-
macin ar> Almaceras 5 y 10 can-
tuvos.
AVISO;Gladiolos en colores surti-
rlos. Jordin Berto, Calle 12 Oeste
No. 43. Tel. 2-1581.
Doy pensin paro estudiontes del In-
ferior. Ocurra Colle 8va. No. 25.
Tel. 2-3846.
Si Ud. o su nio tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, protjalo, lavndose
con
JABN AGUACATINA
con oceite de oguacote. De venta
en los farmocios y en los buenos
olmorcnev
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
(E ALQUILA.Cuorto con muebles
poro hombre. B/.6.00 semanoles.
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre, Parque Lc-
fevre. Caso 42.
IE ALQUILA:Cuortos a solteros de
buenas costumbres. Ave. Ancn
No. 27.
SE ALQUILA:La oficina y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por la
Ca. Colgote-Palmokve-Peef con
cabida de mis de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente ol Estadio
Nocional. Infrmese: Wolff y Cia.
Ltda.. Calle 5a.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Operario para tra-
bojor con aire comprimido. Vio
Porras 130.
SE NECESITA: -- Mecnico generol
paro construccin en Colombio.
Hablar con Jake Grahom en El
Roncho de 5:45 p.m. a 7:00 p.m.
SE NECESITA:Dos costureras paro
coser calzados para zapatera El
Record en Colle "B" 11.
SE NECESITA:Capataz para cons-
truccin concreto pora trabajar en
Colombio. Hoblar con Jake Gra-
hom *n el Jardn El Rancho de
5:45 p.m. a 7:00 p.m.
|E ALQUILA: Uno o dos cuortos
con o sin muebles en casa de fa-
milia para matrimonio o persona
solo. Bella Vista. Colle 45 No. 14.
Pf-s'snss Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrena
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel. 3-1713
Compaa Norte-americano mundial-
mente conocida necesita dos jve-
nes ponameos, con educacin se-
cundario, pora aprender mecnico
especializado. Escriba ol Apartado
1071, Panami, detallondo edod.
calificaciones, e incluyendo foto-
grafio tamao posaporte.
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GSTNAD ARAGN!
El que suscribe JUEZ PRIMERO DEL
CIRCUITO DE COLON, por esto medio
CITA al seor JOHN VICTOR CARTER,
norteamericano, portador de la cdula
de identidad poreonal No. 3-12483, pre-
sidente y representante legal da la *'BA-
K LAND COMPANY. S.A.". pera que
dentro del trmino de treinta (10 dina,
rntadoa a partir da la ltima publica-
ion de este edicto, comparezca por si
o por medio de apoderado a hacerse Ir
en la solicitud hecha ante este Tribunal
por el seor STANLEY GKAYSON*. pa
re que ae orejen* la convocatoria de la
Asamblea General de Accionistaa de la
RARU LAND COMPANY. S.A.
Ka advirete al emplazado John Victor
Carter, que al no compareciere a eate
Despacho, por ai o por medio de apo-
derado a hacers or. en la solicitud he-
(ha por el seor Grayson. dentro del
trmino arriba indicado, ee le deaignar
un defensor de ausente, con quien ae
continuar la tramitacin de la expre-
sada solicitud.
Conforme lo oroVnan loa artfeukta
470 y 473 del Cdigo Judicial, ae fija el
ere-ente edicto en lugar visible de la
decretara del Tribunal hoy diei (101
de Abril de mil novecientos cincuenta y
uno (1951). por el trmino de treinta
(30) dtas y copias del mismo ae ponen
a disposicin de la parte interesada pa*
ra ii publicacin con las formalidades
de Ley.
El Juez.
(Fde ir.uillermo Zurita.
El Secretario,
(Fel.) Jos A. Carril!*.
Tu fiel copia de su origina!,
Coln, Abril 10 de 1911.
Josa A Carrillo
Secretarlo.
JENARO ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ
Notario Pblico Seundo rial Circuito
rl Colon, con TduU 11-1I,
CKRTIFICA:
Qua por Batrltura Pblica tan
tlaoalaataa no*nta y (36> da fe-
ria 14 de Abril da 19S1. otoada an la
Notarla Segunda del Circuito de Catea,
la ..,... SUSANA RAY OARODE8KA
DB I.ITOW.KI ha dado en venU real y
efectira, y por la cantidad te (B.4.-
noO.Oo), decentado, al aaftor PHILLIPS
KARL KRE1SHKR. el eatablerlmlento
comercial denominado BAZAR HOLN.
DA. aituado en loa bajo de la caaa
numere 401 de la Calle 10 entre le
Avenidaa de Bollear y Herrera.
Que eata publicacin *a nace para le.
efertoe del articulo 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio.
liado en Coln a lo catorce (14) diai
del mei de Abril de ltl.
Jtaara Antene Reerfauo
Notario Pblico Segundo del
Circuito de Col*.
PERDIDO:Monedero de piel da la-
garto conteniendo documentos per-
sonales y 67.5.00. Dueo esti in-
teresado solamente en el monede-
ro y los documentos comeciales
que no son de importancia poro
otro. El que lo encuentre srvase
comunicarse con Rudy Stempel en
el telfono 2-0369 2-0479 Pa- ,
nam. |
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
De vtnts an
EL BATURRO
SE VENDE
Boten v Motores
SE VENDE:Bote cofaina, nuevo 20',
85 H.P. tuercas de bronce, casco de
caoba filipina, lista pora zarpar.
Llomor Ebdon 5-411. Caso 196-A.
Puede verse Yatch Club de Gatn.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:"Cottoge" pequeo,
moderno, independiente, omueblo-
do. uno recmara, telfono, mi-
quino de lavar, garage. Va ll.'li-
sario Porras 168.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet amueblado o
sin omueblor, 3 recmaros, salo,
comedor. 2 porchs. jardn, garage,
cuarto servicio con bao. Aero-
puerto Paitillo, Calle 15 No. 115.
Tel. 3-2875.
COBRE
Mis tarde ser ms difcil
conseguirlo.
Nosotros todava tenemos
en existencia:
ROLLOS
HOJAS
TUBERA
ACCCESORIOS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Atc. Central 279Tel. 3-0140
SE VENDE
Automvil*
SE VENDE:Dodge, toxi, licencia de
la Zona. Tel. 2.3444, Calla 9a.
No. 14. Sr. Crdoba.
ESPECIAL
Pick-up Internacional 1949, I toa.,
pintura nueva, muy buenas llan-
tas, an perfecta condicione. So-
lomante /. 1.100.00 Venga a var-
ia. CIVA. S.A. Avenida Jos Fran-
cisco da le Osse No. 14. Telefone
2-0170 Panam.
LECCIONES
Diferenciales de
Vi y 2 toneladas
Barras de acero
para refuerzo
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tel. 2-3335
PANAMA
Lo Academia de Corte y Confeccin
tiene abierta la matricula para los
cursos de Corte y Confeccin. Es-1
peciolidod en corte, alto costura,
bordado a mano y o mquina y
sasfrero. Avenida "A" No. 30.
Tel. 2-2474.
7jC por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Ud. obtener
una magnifies
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /JO
diarios I
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 Calldonia
Tel. 2-1081 /
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Este #4 Tel. 2-2810
Red Panamericana
llene les
metores orocramas
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establece el Art. 777 del C.-
digo de Comercio, aviso al p-
blico que por medio de la
Escritura Pblica No. 593 de
Abril 18 de 1951 de la Notara
Segunda del Circuito de Pa-
nam, he comprado al seor
JESUS GONZALEZ CARVA-
LLEDA el establecimiento co-
mercial de su propiedad de-
nominado "FIGURINA", el
cual funciona en el No. 43 de
la Avenida "B" de esta ciu-
dad.
Panam. Abril 18 de 1951.
MANUEL PEREZ ALLO.
Sabe lo que es
M0NTECRIST0
9
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La da mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Rio Abajo 2154Tel 3-9524
Almacn Calle "I" 4
Tel. 2-1752
corazn de
de Haeju en el extremo occi-
dental de la peninsula.
La fuerza area aliada ha
concentrado sus ataques contra
los Aerdromos en el Norte de
Corea para evitar cualquier In-
tento rojo de usar su podero
areo contra las fuerzas de tie-
rra aliadas que avanzan en Co-
rea del Norte.
Los aviones con base en por-
taaviones se unieron a la fuer-
za naval que bombardea la cos-
ta de Wonsan en el Este. Los
aviones navales encontraron un
fuego antiareo terrible pero lo-
graron pasar esta barrera de
muerte para destruir los edi-
ficios comunistas, ferrocarriles,
vagones y posiciones de artille-
ra.
El persistente fuego antia-
reo en el rea de Wonsan in-
dica- que los rojos persisten en
usar a Wonsan.como centro de
abastecimiento, a pesar del
bombardeo aliado que lleva ya
53 das consecutivos.
En el sector de Chorwon los
rojos estaban peleando a brazo
partido con bayonetas y gra-
nadas. A pesar que los aliados
han disparado 10,000 proyectiles
de artillera y han efectuado
nueve ataques areos, ios rojos
continan firmes en sus posi-
ciones en los riscos.
Se inclina
paz mundial.
La posibilidad de que Truman
surja mucho ms fuerte de la
presente crisis est basada, e
las siguientes consideraciones:
1La reaccin del Congreso
ante el discurso de MacArthur
ha presagiado una mayor soli-
daridad entre el Partido Dem-
crata en apoyo -a los puntos
de vista del Presidente, mien-
tras que existen grandes divi-
siones entre las opiniones de
los Republicanos.
2Uno se ha podido dar
cuenta que MacArthur ha ne-
gado enfticamente cualquiera
Intencin de capitalizar su pre-
sente tremenda popularidad pa-
ra cualquier aspiracin perso-
nal poltica, y en otras sesio-
nes del Congreso estar en po-
sicin de pedir la unin de to-
dos los elementos polticos.
3MacArthur ha reconocido
pblicamente que los problemas
en la presente situacin son
"globales", y por lo tanto la
consideracin de los problemas
de un sector en perjuicio de los
de otro no hara sino provocar
el desastre para todos.
4Algunos diplomticos con-
sideran que los comunistas es-
tn hoy en peores condiciones
que antes de lanzar una ofen-
siva general.
Los observadores diplomti-
cos han sealado que los pun-
*
HERMANOS, AGENTES DE FORD SE RENEN EN NUEVA
YORK. A su arribo, recientemente en Nueva York, en el
vapor Santa Paula y en viaje de vacaciones a Europa, A. B.
Henriquez, Director Gerente y Vice Presidente de Henriques
Se Ca., C.., Distribuidores de Ford en Caracas, Venezuela, fu
recibido a bordo por su hermano, y tambin agente, Fernan-
do Henriquez, Sub-Gerente de Motores Colpan, S.A.. Distribui-
dores de Ford en Panam, R.P., quien se hallaba de paso por
Nueva York en asuntos de negocios, v de vacaciones.
Los hermanos Henriquez son oriundos de Coln, Panam,
y llevan ya aos asociados con la Ford Motor Company. Am-
bos personajes van acompaados de* sus muy dignas esposas.
De izquierda a derecha: Paulina y Fernando Henriquez da
Panam y Nena y Alex Benjamin Henriquez de Caracas.
TODOS APROVECHAN
EL VERANO PARA
PINTAR!
Resuelva su problema de
Pintura visitando los
ALMACENES TR0PIDURA
Atencin esmerada
nor expertos en pintura,
TODO EN PINTURAS
TROPIDURA
PINTURAS PARA LOS
TRPICOS!
Un diplomtico
que se retira
CLUB DEBA 2.00
PEINADORA MODERNA,
con asiento tapizado.
CMODA MODERNA
cinco gavetas.
COLCHN DOBLE, muy
fino, sprines interiores.
MUEBLERA TUON
MUEBLE GANADO ...
MUEBLE ENTREGADO
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 v T x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espada No. 131
Tel. 3-1503
tos de vista del General MacAr-
thur no implican una escogen-
cia entre el oriente y occiden-
te, sino que su relativo nfasis
sobre el oriente significa el au-
mento de podero en ambos sec-
tores.
Los observadores estuvieron
viendo el temperamento de las
multitudes que le dieron la
bienvenida a MacArthur, y no
vieron evidencia alguna de vio-
lencias que auguren una sed
por una tercera guerra mun-
dial. En general, prevaleci un
espritu de fiesta, y era obvio
que los ciudadanos estuvieran
deseosos de darle la bienvenida
al talentoso Comandante Mili-
tar cuyos brillantes servicios
son conocidos de todos los ho-
gares norteamericanos por ms
de una dcada.
Los observadores creen que
este estado de nimo de la opi-
nin, pblica persistir por al-
iSunas semanas, pero que el
control de Trumah de la situa-
cin diplomtica no ser mi-
nada por la presin popular.
Muchos amigos de MacArthur
piensan que ste ha sido "vin-
dicado" en el sentido popular,
pero esperan que la poltica ex-
terior continuar desarrollan- gl seor Raymond Pheian,
dose en las lineas trazadas a Agregado de la Embajada da
menos que sta sea atacada con \ ]03 Estados Unidos de America,
ms efectividad por los Repu-' es trasladado a otro caigo, noa
bllcanos en el Congreso. inform en la maana ae hoy
er seor Murray M. Wise, En-
cargado de Nercio
El seor Pheian y su seora
saldrn para Nueva YorK el
clon o supresin de algunas prximo viernes; a bordo del va-
partidas presupustales ha sldoluor Cristbal, de la Linea Pa-
inspirado nicamente en razo- ,nama- Ellos, se^unan a Vvc -
nes de economa y con el pro- .nston. en dcr.de el seor Phe--
psito de dotar al pais de un.lan se reportara al Deparia-
presupuesto de Rentas y Gas- ment de Estado para consulta ,
tos balanceado dentro de nes- v reciblr su nuev0 nombra-
tras posibilidades fiscales y sin minU)-
perjudicar el servicio pblico. E1 seor Pne'an {,ue trasla-
Panam. abril 20 de 1951. d.ado, a Panama, el 17 de sep-
Presentado a la consideracin 'iemj>re de la Comisin Legislativa Per- de Cnsul y Oficial Admlnls-
manente, por el suscrito, nativo. Fue nombrado Agrega-
Lorenzo Barraza Id0 Asistente el 25 de abril da
Anadio Aguilera O, J950 y Agregado el 9 de no-
Presidente, i vlembre del mismo ao.
Sebastin Ros, El seor Pheian es casado
Secretarlo' con 'a ^e de soltera se 11a-
._________________ m Margaret Durkin, de la ciu- ,
i dad de Nueva York. Tienen 5
: hijos varones y una hija.
La supresin de

Est muriendo
funcionarlos cancelaron el anun LS impugnada
Hn,nnreT,8nUrnmUnrftni.nA(! ^T. solicitaban la impugnacin dt
Sista'sTe .^iSlSno'aft.SS S^i^lXna
riscal estaba "muriendo-, pera cncodla febrero Dice el rfe-
?eUenoaeranUcCltSUs0bre 'U mer~ }ITiuLL^Io \^Vull
A nrtactooii de'esta semana lo 10 del hereto Ley No. 17 del
ell'rfmSinistro Henri^eul- de tenero de, 1947H' autorlza
lie orden que en caso que Pe-I "* tom" n\cdlda" .
tain muriera se suspendieran Gran especulacin se registr
todas las comunicaciones con la *n esta cludad .e"tre ]os mlem-
Isla durante varias w^as como bros representativos de los di-
medida de contra | 'ereutes partidos polticos a-
posible manifestaciones | nunciando al mismo tiempo quo
A media no, .ora de en el da de hoy se trasladaban
Petain segua jumo ai lecho del a la poblacin de Chegres.
Mariscal esperando el fin que ------------------------------------
pareca ser slo cuestin de ho- Hocfo p] Ai
rss,
i sonal docent,-, sobre la base da
; su preparacin y. experiencia.
En tres da?, la matricula del
Instituto Moderno ha crecido
rpidamente y se espera que
tendr ms de trescientos a-
j lumnos cuando inicie sus la-
bores el prximo mes de mayo.
AVISO!
Yo, Henry J. Young, hago
constar por medio de la es-
critura del Notarlo Pblico
No. 2, que vend el 2 de Junio
de 1950. todos mis derechos y
los equipos del Taller de Me-
cnica conocido por el nom-
bre de Henry J. Young, a los
Sres. Leo Marchosky y Alfon-
so Lee: y permit por la mis-
ma escritura que siguieran u-
sando el mismo nombre en
8. A., para que no perdieran
la clientela.
Por lo cual hago saber que
los embargos puestos por Pa-
nam Auto, S.A. y la Sra.
Da. Julieta ds la Guardia
vda. de Estripeaut. no son
contra mi persona, sino a los
Sres. Leo Marchosky y Alfon-
so Lee.
Henry J. Young
Cdula 47-1478
Tema de
como Monte Casslno, aples y
y Porapeya.
Los miembros de la SoclcJad
pueden Invitar a la conferen-
cia a aspirantes a miembros, a-
si como visitantes de Panam.
\Doloresd,Almorrana
ZLV.V* "norr,naa gu. cuaa
omeon. nemorraola. almorranaa lo-
tarnaa o citcrnaa. no aufra un illa moa
aln probar i Chloarold. Kn poro, mlnu-
"*"'ao' Avnd cloatrixaj loa)
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J SABIDO. ABRIL II, 1951
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA Sim
i
-muletazo de pecho" panam Se Asegur Prcticamente El Torneo
De Base Al Vencer a Cocl y Perder Herrera

San Blas dio una
gran demostracin
fronte a Los Santos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, Chltr
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Colon.............
Chirlquf ............. 4
Darin ............. 3
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Los Bomberos Inauguran Maana Su
Primer Campeonato De Softball

.
En esta ocasin nos place
dar cabida en nuestra columna
taurina, uno de los pases que
con mas acierto utilizan algu-
nos matadores para cerrar con i
broche de oro una serie de mule-
tazosen una tarde de triunfo.
El pase a que nos referimos es
llamado generalmente Pase de
Pecho, Muleta de pecho, ;
Remate de Pecho, pero como \
ms se conoce, y creemos debe
llamarse, es Muletazo de Pecho,
ya que. cmo vernos en la ilus-
tracin-arriba presentada, el to-
ro al acudir al engao de la
muleta, rosa con el pitn dere-
cho los "alamares" de la cha-
quetilla del matador por esta
razn se le denomina de esta
manera, pues tal pareciera como
si el torero en suerte quisiera
dar mas impulso, mayor visto-
sidad al remate de su faena con
el movimiento del cuerpo.
El Muletazo de Pecho es en
la suerte de muleta sin que
haya lugar a dudas, uno de los
ases esencialmente indispensa-
bles para completar la ctedra
taurina. No es como tantos, que
no pasan de ser un relleno en
el repertorio del lidiador.
Est pase y otros ms, que a
su debido tiempo daremos'a co-
nocer al pblico lector de esta
columna, son los que general-
mente el taurfilo (aficionado
a la fiesta brava considera como
el "Broche de Oro" de la faena.
Se inicia este muletazo dando
el perfil izquierdo al burel y
con las piernas separadas y cla-
vadas en la arena. Ya que el
bicho ha Iniciado el viaje, se le
corre con el engao de la mule-
ta, y le d ti debido tiempo
para que el toro pase de largo
con los tres tiempos de rigor.
Este pase resulta muy lucido
cuando es ejecutado con seo-
rial maestra y estatuarlo des-
plante.
Cabe mencionar en esta cr-
nica, que dos de los toreros que
con mas acierto han ejecutado
este difcil y expuesto muletazo,
han sido Manuel (Manolo) Bien-
venida y Lorenzo Garza, dos to-
reros d una personalidad indis-
cutible. El primero de ellos es-
paol y el segundo De La Sul-
tana del Norte, Monterrey, M-
xico.
Ibrico y Pacfico Inauguran
Mna. El Campeonato De Ftbol
*

Gran entusiasmo e inters exls-.
te por la apertura de la Tem-1
porada de Ftbol que tendr lu-1
gar maana en la tarde en el,
Estadio Olmpico con un atrac-
tivo programa que comenzar a
las 2 y 45 p.m.
Los equipos Ibrico y Pacifico
que se medirn en el juego de!
apertura del Campeonato de la I
divisin mayor se encuentran
bien acondicionados y con sus
nminas completas esperndose
un choque sensacional.
Los seis equipos de la. y los
siete de la divisin menor, des-
filarn maana debidamente
uniformados, y todos los deta-
lles de la apertura se encuen-
tran arreglados y consultados,
esperndose un xito el acto de
Inauguracin.
Continuar maana la serie entre
la seleccin de la Liga Comercial
de Soft y los Policas Zoneitas
i
i
Maana continuar la serle
amistosa de softball entre la
. seleccin de la Liga Comercial
y los Policas de la Zona del
Canal.
En el primer choque los mu- |
chachoa locales lograron impo-1
nerse en un apretado juego que I
u presenciado por una gran
concurrencia.
La seleccin de la Comercial
. esta compuesta por los jugado-
res Jorge Lewis, David Beluche,!
Gladstone, Besslu, M. Icza, Bo-
laflos, Nieto, A. Haywood, R. Me-
dina, J. Vlleg, A. Lpez M. Pa-
dilla E. Molllngton, C. Aroseme-
na, J. Arlain. Castro, Taboga
Aguirre, Damin, Chandler
Kwal Ben, A. Testa, R. Araz,
Daz y Alzamora. El Director es
R. Ampudia.
El Juego comenzar a las nue-
ve de la maana y se espera
puntual asistencia de los selec-
cionados locales.
i
Deciden mna. serie de softball Circulo
Cinematogrfico y Vista Alegre

i


En el partido final de la serle i
de tres, chocan maana a las!
IO.Qj a.m. en el campo de Vista'
Alegre" los potentes conjuntos
de Softball "Crculo Clnemato- i
grfico" y "Vista Alegre". La
serie se encuentra empatada a
un juego ganado por cada equl-'
po, por lo que se pronostica un
juego reidsimo maana.
El partido ser dedicado al
fraternal amigo de los cinema-
tgrafos, don Enrique Molina
Gerente de "Pelculas Mexicanas
de C.A. S.A," y a la seora de
Molina Reyes. Adems, como in-
vitados de honor asistirn el
seor Francisco Rosl y seora,
Oerente de la RKO-Radto Pie-
tures y dems personalidade que
st agitan en el Circuito del cine
local.
Los Piones Deben
Eliminar Los Addos
B surjo humano at sabaos t*l
eaasaa a eldo y perdilo ven-
**" f?,* mV-.P<>T m*' o
nu.v, milln a diminutos tubo a
do lo rlteass la vwjiga lo haosa
I?il! cJraataaa nocturna. -
vialidad, dolores d pierna*, oJsraa.
lumbaaxs mi d. ta, "Jamjar*!!
acidas o ardor n lo conducto, d
D.a*s. del >ldo flrloo y lo
snenos con la raoata mdica amada
!"5r V nn "urtico atlmu-
^WEsSaT tfreff;
Cy it :*-&-
Toto Velarde, capitn del con-
junto cinematogrfico, pondr
en el montculo a su lanzador
estrella Barrios, (1-1), mientras
que Tem Arjona. el "manda-
mas i del 'Vista Alegre" man-
tiene en reserva su lanzador
Juego de Hoy
CHIRIQUI va DAR1EN
VERAGUAS va BOCAS
COLON va PANAMA
Juego de Maana
SAN BLAS va PANAMA
DARIEN vs LOS SANTOS *
COCLE va HERRERA
Resultados de Ayer *"
Panam 6Cocl 0
Los Santos San Blas I
Becas aHerrera 7.
CHITRE, Abril ti (Por S. Ival-
dl)El equipe ale Boca del To-
ro dl la gran sorpresa y entro
en bandeja de plata al campeo-
nato nacional de baseball Aina-
teur a la novena de Panama, al
derrotar al peligroso conjunto
de la Provincia de Herrera por
anotacin de carreras a 7. en
el mejor Juego celebrado ayer
en el VIH campeonato.
Los bocatoreos se repusieron
de un comteaso muy flojo, cuan
do loa herrenos anotaron cinco
carreras, desatando una tembl
artillera contra los lanzadores
Brown y King. Pero en el se-
gundo acto los bocatoreos Ini-
ciaron la contraofensiva y mar-
caron cuatro carrera y salto
del box el Untador Celestino,
Entr entneos E. Osorio quien
tambin pidi ayuda y entro
entonces M. Gamett corno bom-
bero, pero en esta ocasin car-
g con la derrota.
Mientras Unto el equipo de
Panam blanqueaba espectacu:
lamiente a la novena de Code
por anotacin de carreras a o
para reafirmarse en el primer
lugar del campeonato.
Este es el 14o, blanqueo que
a* ejecuta an el campeonato y
fu el autor de, sata nasas el
lanzador R. Caicedo. Por fes
perdedores lans E. Medina.
En otro de los partidos espec-
taculares del campeonato el
equipo de San Blas dt ayer ana
gran demostracin frente al
equipo de Los Santos y aunque
perdi en once episodios se ga-
n loa ms sonoros aplausos de
la concurrencia. Un cuadrang-
lar de Joaqun Franco en el un-
dcimo episodio con tree com-
paeros en base decidi el de-
safio a favor de toe Santenoe
por anotacin de II carreras a
.__________________
No hubo neg de
Sol Comercial ayer
Debido a la lluvia que cay
en las horas del a tarde de ayer
no pudo celebrarse el partido
anunciado por la Liga de Soft-
ball comercial para anoche en
el campo de Santa Rita. I
Este circuito debe continuar
estn oche, si las condiciones
del tiempo lo permiten.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible ka
Construccin de va Servicio
Sanitaria en el Campe de
Jnego de SANTA RITA.
abridor, aunque es posible que
se decida por su "iT>r,or,"''o"
Challe (1-1) con quien espera
[ anexarse la serie y con ella el
derecho de "comer gratis" un
suculento sancocho que ser
servido Inmediatamente despus
del luego, con el respectivo "pan
liquido" v dems.
Truman fu recibido en el Estadio
Griffith entre gritos hostiles y
aplausos al lanzar la primera bola
WASHINGTON, Abril 21 (UP).El Presidente Truman
fu recibido entre gritos hostiles y aplausos cuando llego
al Estadio Griffith para lanzar la primera bola en el jue-
go de baseball entre loa Yanquis y loa Senadores.
Esta fue la primera aparicin en pblico del Presi-
dente deade que destituy al General MacArthur la se-
mana pasada.
Los grito* hostile* y los aplausos fueron silenciados
cuando la banda comenz a tocar "Hail to the Chief"
(Saludo al Jefe). La nica ocasin previa cuando el p-
blico emiti gritos contra el Presidente fue en 1929 du-
rante el Juego de la serie mundial en Filadelfla al que
asisti Herbert Hoover, entonces Presidente.
El Presidente Truman no pareci sentirse afectado
por la demostracin poco acogedora del pblico y despo-
jndose de au^abrMlanalaprlmert^ola.__________________
El $ Campeonato De Bisbol
Entra Mna. En Su Etapa Final
Guardia Permanente El Mike blanque al
vi. Comandancia en'!Wboar)5l,er.el
el juego de apertura
Maana se inaugurar la pri- geleelJi ............. ti
torneo Duran de bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
G. P. PJe.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
CHITRE. Abril 21 (Por S. I val-
di))El Calendario de Juegos
del VIII Campeonato Nacional
de Baseball Amateur continuar
como esta, y maana se desa-
rrollarn los juegos anunciados
y el torneo finalizar el lunes.
Para maana domingo en la
tarde se espera celebrar un par-
tido extra entre los equipos de
Herrera y Panam, pero los
herreranos no aceptaron, por no
contar con todos sus buenos lan-
zadores para una excelente pre-
sentacin.
Maana domingo se medirn
en el Estadio Rico Cedeo los
conuntos SAN BLAS vs PANA-'
MA, DARIEN VS LOS SANTOS
Y COCLE vs HERRERA.
De triunfar Panam maana
quedar oficialmente como Cam
pen del Torneo. Adems todos
estos seis equipos finalizarn sus
compromisos del Campeonato.
El lunes en la tarde finalizar
el Campeonato con los juegos
CHIRIQUI vs VERAGUAS y BO-
CAS DEL TORO vs COLON.
Despus de estos partidos se
efectuar la Ceremonia de aper-
tura con la entrega de Trofeos
y Premios a los ganadores.
mera contienda de Softball de
los Bomberos de Panam en el
cuadro de la Plaza Amador con
un atractivo Programa corrien-
do el Juego de apertura a cargo
de los equipos COMANDANCIA
y GUARDIA PERMANENTE.
En el segundo partido del Pro
grama de maana se medirn
los conjuntos de las Compaas
No. 2 y No. .
El acto comenzar a las 9 y;
15 de la maana con un Desfile |
de todos los equipos inscritos,
debidamente uniformados, La
banda de Cornetas y Tambores I
de jos Bomberos encabezar el j
desfile y amenizar la inaugu-
racin.
Lanzar la primera bola del;
juego de apertura el Comandan-'
te Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de
Bomberos, Don Ral Arango.
Nueve equipos se disputarn
el primer Campeonato de Soft-
ball de los Bomberos de Pana-
m, correspondiendo un equipo
a cada Compaa y dependencia
del Cuerpo.
Para el encuentro de apertu-
ra del Torneo, los equipos sei
alinearn con los siguientes Ju- I
gadores:
COM/.WDANCIA, Mike Moreno
Ib. Pi Arango 2b. Felllto Ori-,
llac 3b, Bebo Arango ss. Eras-!
mo Orlllac cf. Francisco Lpez:
rf, Lucho Tapia 'lf, Ll Arango
receptor y Ncki Zarak pitcher.
Director Juan Antonio Quizado
Jr. i
Mike ............... 26
Royal ............21
Martins ............ 23
Pinocho ............. 20
Entrometidos...... 19
Tropical........... 19
C. Vieja .......... 16
Balboa .............. 16
16
16
19
21
20
21
21
24
28
.636
.591
405
.523
.506
.475
.475
.466
364
La Casa Mike obtuvo anoche
otro triunfo por la va del blan-
queo al vencer fcilmente al
Balboa Express 4 a 0, haciendo
cuatro de sus jugadores serles
arriba de quinientos.
Las anotaciones fueron:
Mike
Arlas
De Jann
Arango
Hermn
Cucaln
Sosa
De Diego
Mndez
Stagg
MIKE
178 229
172 159
142 152
170 192
168 186
830 918
BALBOA
.133 133
144 144
97 140
122 136
129 192
165
182
192
165
160
572
513
486
527
514
ACLARACIN NECESARIA: En
la crnica del colega Gilberto
Carrillo de La Estrella de Pa-
nam del da 90 del mes en
curso, se comenta la informa-
cin aparecida en este diarlo
en relacin con el batazo de
Rudy Prince en el Juego decisivo
entre ptica Sosa y Polica, el
cual gan el ltimo por 3 a 2
para conquistar el titulo. Como
quiera que quien sirve esta co-
lumna estuvo cubriendo todos
los pormenores del Campeonato
Social de Softball y varas per-
sonas se nos han acercado para
preguntarnos sobre la realidad
de los hechos, "Queremos mani-
festar que ignoramos quien es-
cribi esa informacin, en i
cual se afirma que el bate uti-
lizado por Prince es de Baseball.
No es la primera vez que Prlnca
decide un partido, la tempora-
da pasada aconteci igual cosa
favoreciendo a la Cervecera y
me parece que el bate que uti-
liz Prince fu un bate legal, y
l result superior al ptica
Sosa.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
para maana Domingo en Juan
Franco:
laTANA... a consmeramos su
perlor... VILLARREAL... puede
sorprender al nuestro: 2aRO-
B1K HOOD r. ahora tiene toda)
su favor...LUCK AHEAD..
Handicap
625
46
745
46
au oiii i not gusta para Place; 3a.HE- ,
sot oi >en B....el descanso est a su
I favor... RISITA... enemiga de
cuidado: 4aMANOLETE... ole
Tanque... MUECO. ..tiene sua .
reuniones que no baila; 5a--.-
MAIN ROAD...est en la "A*
para probar si puede y si se
ilerde es porque fu para atrs
TLINO LIGHT...si no fuera"
133
144
148
188
141
399
432
385
446
462
754 2124
46 138
pler
RA7
671 791 800 2262
jLa Polica y El ptica Sosa
Juegan En Coln El Domingo
La Polica Nacional acept el
reto lanzado ayer por el Doctir
Mariano "Rano" Sosa Jr., para
un partido amistoso con la p-
tica "Sosa", en el Estadio de
la ciudad de Coln.
Se estima que una enorme
concurrencia presenciar la
pugna de estos dos enconados
rivales, quienes durante la pa-
sada contienda sostuvieron re-
ida competencia para la con-
quista del campeonato.
Se ha dispuesto que la Po-
lica Nacional usar los bat s
del ptica Sosa y que sta ba-
tear con los de ellos. No Ha-
br manera que se usen "fun-
gos". El juego tendr que ser
ganado limpiamente.
Se lanza convocatoria para el
Cong, de Redactores Deportivos
GUARDIA PERMANENTE Re
naldo Rivera Ib, Gabriel Arose-
mena 2b. Alejandro Avendao
3b, Jos Brown ss, Jorge senz
cf, Rolando Garca rf, Csar
Alemn lf, Audlberto Oulonez
receptor y Antenor Ublllus pit-
cher. Director Rafael Armlen.
La Directiva de la Liga de
Softbal del Cuerpo de Bomberos
de Panam esta formada de la
siguiente manera.
Presidente. Capitn Jos An-
tonio Ardilla;
Vlce-Presidente, Capitn Juan
Antonio Gulzado Jr.,
Secretario, Sargento Vctor
Coches.
Tesorero Fiscal. Hlram Oduber
Para el cargo de Alto Comisio-
nado fu designado el segundo
Comandante del Cuerpo, Luis C.
Endara.
LA ASOCIACIN DE REDAC-
TORES DEPORTIVOS DE CO- citar a la Secretara de la ARD.
LCW. convoca formalmente a de Coln. Apartado 49, el or-
todos los cronistas y comenta- mularlo de participante qut de-
rlstas deportivos de la Rep- bern llenar y devolver a ms
blica. al ir. CONGRESO NA- tardar el 5 de Mayo.
CIONAL DE REDACTORES DE- No es necesario ser miembro
PORTIVOS, que se efectuar en' de la ARD. de las ciudades de
la ciudad de Coln el domingo1 Panam o Coln, para tomar
Social Deportiva
Celebra boy su cumpleaos el
joven y entusiasta deportista y
colaborador GUILLERMO ANTONIO ROLLA
P1MLNTEL, hasta Santiago de
Chile donde se encuentra cur-
sando el segundo ao en la
Universidad del Estado, le envia-
LosJn_teresado_8_ debern soU- mos nue8trM mis ,incera* feli-
citaciones, augurndole en sus
estudios muchos xitos.
Softball de la
Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZN)
..Las Ligas internas de Base
y Softball que auspicia la Em-
presa Fuerza y Luz presenta
esta tarde un doble juego, to-
cndole la primera presenta-
cin a las novenas de baseball
"Telfonos Automticos" y "Ofi-
cina General". Este partido tie-
ne su Importancia para la no-
vena Telefnica porque si sale
victoriosa empata a la novena
Distribucin que tiene 3 riun-
fos en esta vuelta: de modo que ,
desplegarn todas sus habilida-
des para poder ganarle a sus
contrarioe de hoy. que dicho sea
de paso invadirn el terreno
con el deseo de buscar una bue-
na colocacin en el Estado de
los Equipos.
Inmediatamente despus se
enfrentarn los conjuntos de
s o f t b a 11 "Empalmadores" vs
"Planta Elctrica", equipos es-
tos que siempre presentan bue-
na batalla. Maana a las 9 a.
m. continuar el Calendarlo de
Bola Suave entre los equipos
"Dlstribucin" vs "Telfonos Au-
tomticos", Juego ste que se
celebrar en el acostumbrado
Campo deportivo de Paitilla.
por Mena; 6aSCOTCH CHUM
por el "tuerto" nos gusta para
repetir,.. GRIS... puede como
no puede; 7aWILD WIRE...
est magnfico para cerrar la
dupleta... COP OF JOY... ya
Jaime lo conoce mejor; 8a
WELS FOX.. .su anterior lo In- '
dlcan para repetir.. .GRAIN' DL*j
puede que no sea tan grande
nada; 9aSILVER DOMINO...
arropar a este lote estilo es-
palda. .FLAMENCO.. .se descu-
bri la semana pasada; 10a
CAMARU. ..otra ms para el
Tanque... GALE FORCE... esta
corriendo como nunca; liaBE-
DUINO...con todo y el tiro...
ARMFtVO.. si su jinete quiere
puede.
Aha Presin Sangvitte
SI ka Alta 'resten snuta-ulasav k>
usa aaarsna. Solaras a 1 na rasan,
lar d oakeaa, dMealtad para
causa
tora
respirar. inSlaestloa. pal pitar I ones y
tobillo InlUmao. V. lacrar
liria eal lntantno de atoa eln-
. Mllaroaoe coa HTNOX. Floa
HTNOX n n farmacia favorita her
mismo r a* sentir aflea
Saatro d pocos dlaa
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AGUSTINA' mCCNi
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13 de Mayo del presente ao.
El Congreso durar solo un
dia y las sesiones se celebrarn
en el saln de actos del Consejo
Municipal de Coln.
A este Congreso podrn concu
rrir todos los redactores y co-
mentaristas de la Repblica oue
en la actualidad presten estos
servicios en los peridicos y emi-
soras del pais.
parte activa en el Congreso.
Cada asistente pagar sus gas-
tos de transportes y deber es-
tar en la ciudad de Coln a ms
tardar el domingo 13 de Mayo
a las 9.30 de la maana.
Cualquier Informacin adicio-
nal puede ser solicitada a la
ARD. de Coln. Apartado No. 49.
ASOCIACIN DE REDACTORES
DEPORTIVOS DE COLON.
COGNAC fy
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OF NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
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Distribuidores:
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A MOftA EL UNICO RELOJ
que USTED mismo puede regular!
EL NIEVO LA MOM RF.GLAVIT
CON EL EXTRAORDINARIO
REGULADOR EXTERIOR
Para lograr wrdsdera precisin
cada reloj de pulsera debe ser ajus-
tado a los hbito* individuales del
dueo. La casa Lamont. fabricantes
de magnficos relojes por dcadas,
ha perfeccionado el nico reloj que
usted mismo puede regular. Sin tener que
abrir la caja-lia necesidad de herramientas
o destreza-usted puede ajustar el Lamoat
REGLAV1T de manera que funcione coa
exact idud de fraccin de segundo.
II Lamoat REGLAVIT, *a una es caa da acare
y crome, cea movimiento da prcciiia de 17 ra-
bies. Impermeable, de comtruccion a prueba da
impacto, aoti-majnctico, coa segundero al centro,
cristal irrompible.
PARA AJfSTARLO: ha ssaai
V iileo qaa Uetta ea kacar:
marta ana mamUa *al-
rnlar objeto delgada en la ran-
ara anta aa enemenlra tu la
Mrte el* aira del relej. Deje
raeha hacia la direccin indi-
cada, T aaa para ja camine
aaa ligara m despacio, as-
gan s* rasmiara.
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PIDA VN4 DEMOSTRACIN DE ESTE KELOJ EXTRAORDINARIO


PAGINA *
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTR
SBADO, ABRIL 1, 1951
Superprograma presenta desde
hoy sbado el Teatro Tropical
REGRESA EL HROE. Despus de 14 aos de ausencia, el Hroe de Bataan, General Dou-
las MacArthur pisa nuevamente tierra norteamericana. Aqu remos al General a su Ucead*
a San Francisco acompaado de su esposa e hijo. El General saluda a la fuardia de honor
que lo recibi. Detris de MacArthur remos al Gobernador de California, Earl Warren y, al
Alcalde San Francisco, Elmer Robinson. _____________.- __________________________
HOA -1090 HOW 1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA
COLON
HOY SBADO
P.M.
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Fernando Torres
4:19 Carrera
4:30 Msica variada
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Arcano y sus maravillas
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
5:45 Carrera
6:00 Msica variada ,
6:15 Carrera
6:30 Boleros favoritos
7:00 Comentarlos Vldela
7:15 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:30 Msica tiplea
7:45 Fred Warning
y su grupo
8:00 Selecciones variadas
8:30 Trovadores de Cuyo
8:45 Esta tierra y sus hombres
RESFRIADOS
3*0*
I cuello, pacho y
la con Vapo
Evita trastor-
'nar el estmago. Dea*
rja la nariz, caima
i tos, alivia U ocr
'idelpecho.
9:00 Ritmos populares
9:30 Acordes porteos
9:45 Msica favorita
10:00 Un Ao Solos
Programa BBC
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
12:00 Buenas noches
DOMINGO
A.M.
8:00 Buenos dias
8:03 Melodas matinales
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Ritmos norteamericano
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 Concierto Matinal
10:00 Acordes porteos
10:15 Hermanas Padilla
10:30 Cancionero
de la maana
11:00 8orteo de Hoy
fi \IIROR\B\UIM\M
,111 \\ OKIMIM
1 CIFE5Q B
i AGUSTINA' aragcnk
i3 A A *J
Lotera Nacional _
11:15 Favorito, Maria victoria
11:30 Msica escogida
11:45 Msica bailable
12:00 Msica tiplea
P.M.
12:15 Msica variada
12:30 Msica de saln
vl^_ _i^^i ________'

Sap! ___l fl In
^H r^s
F f Ja
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U-~i------- _fl E H _I_B 1
Perseguidos por Controlan en EE.UU.
todo el Continente a exportacin de
equipo de caminos
El Teatro Capitolio, ofrece
desde hoy un sensacional do-
me programa: "Al Filo de la
Vida" (711 Ocean Drive) con
Edmond O'Brien, Joane Dru,
Otto Kruger, Un drama de vio-
lentas pasiones y crudas emo-
ciones, revela el "racket" ms
sensacional de todos los tiem-
pos en los Estados Unidos. Una
pelcula filmada en el mismo
lugar donde acontecieron los
hechos y bajo la proteccin de
la polica armada. Adems;
"Samoa" (On The Isle of Sa-
moa) con John Hall, Susana
Cabot, narra la historia de un
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
1:00 Cantares de Mxico
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Espaoleras
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
MARAA-CENTRAL
A las 10:00 a.m.
SENSACIONAL
MATINAL!
- con -
EL REY de los COWBOYS
TIM HOLT
- en -
"EL LEGADO DE LOS
CONQUISTADORES"
- Adems: -
Una Seleccin de Cortos de
MICKEY PLUTO -
DONALD GOOFY!

Gran RIFA de REGALOS
donados por MADURITO!
PRECIO
NICO
25<
EXTRA! A los primeros 500 nios que
asistan se les obsequiar una caja de
Corn Flakes de Kellogg!
aventurero escapado de prisin
que encuentra refugio en una
isla tropical.
Una aventura tan furiosa co-
mo el huracn tropical.
No re pierda este grandioso
doble en an teatro favorito, a
los precios de 036 y 0.20.
WASHINGTON, abril 21. (UP)
Funcionarlos del Departa-
mento de Comercio dijeron que
se necesitarn licencias para
autorizar la exportacin del
equipo para construccin de ca-
rreteras que un funcionario del
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas
de Argentina est Interesado en
conseguir en Estados Unidos.
Los funcionarlos dijeron que
el equipo en mencin necesita
de una licencia de exportacin
para poder ser exportado a
cualquier pas. Si los fabrican-,
tes de equipo de construccin-
satisfacen a las autoridades del
control de exportacin dem
trando que tienen suficiente
reservas para llenar las nece-
sidades de la defensa y las de-
mandas internas, entonces no
habr dificultad en conceder la
licencia.
PIOJIMA
PioJIna atta lot periiltoe e m Un mi
eafctza y lurtes llesaa MWr. oktmJ
ojias w muy Mil a todo benr, sobes]
do en donde niy niBee de escuela. Catad
erupciones leves y picana** a todo -> ~
fo y cicatrixa ampollas y rsluaam
W(*am FIOjiNAiiiM
1h "El Aviso Onortuno"
Un audaz americano que tro-
pez con un secreto demasia-
do peligroso y una bella nor
de cabaret que le dio un re-
vlver y su porazn, huyen, por
toda Europa, en la cacera n-
mana ms emocionante que se
ha filmado: "Secreto de Esta-
do" (State Secret, la formi-
dable pelcula que presenta es-
ta noche el Teatro Lux, en
funcin de Especial de Media-i
noche.
pouglas Fairbanks Jr., impe-
tuoso y romntico como nun-
ca, y la bella Olynls Johns son
los principales intrpretes
este film excepcional, con
cual el Teatro Lux reanuda
exitosas funciones de. Media
noche.
de
el
sus
i
SALUD
:?:SAL HEPTICA!
Laxan**... Efrvscnt... Eficax ..
Agradable... Anticido... Econmico..
Las dosis de Sal Heptica resultan ms
econmicas comprando el tamao mayor.
Se siente mal..?
_-__^_
.
-i****.
TROPICAL
HOY!
Tandas: 1:15 3:1* 5:11 -
7:H : p.m.
LA SENSACIONAL
HISTORIA DEL
Barn de Arizona
Ha surgido en la pantalla con
tal violencia y esplendor que
se ha convertido en una de las
ms fascinantes y romnticas
pelculas del ao!...
VsTchntRuoe
Ellen Drew
IULAH SOMC4
RMSOKOlOff
fO HAOUY
IOSEIT BAStAT
TINA SOME
BOSM tMOCT
MABOtA OCAN
IMPORTANTE: Diariamente
haremos diferente* llamadas
taiefnicas; las personas que
contesten: "Habla el Barn
de Arisona" podrn pasar a
la Gerencia a bascar un pase
para ver esta Gran Pelcula!
ELDORADO
HOY y MAANA
desde las 10:00 a.m.
Arrollando, Dando Guerra.-
EL
GAVILN
POLLERO
El Caonazo Atmico
de 1951
PEDRO INFANTE,
ANTONIO BADU,
LILIA PRADO
Cmo, arrolla, y Cmo besa,
EL GAVILN...
Esccheles las Canciones:
"Maria Cristina
Me quiere Gobernar"
"Ella"
"Cuatro Caminos"
"igame Compadre"
"El Gaviln Pollero".
Qu Pelcula, Seores!
No se la pierda, por nada!
Gaviln, Gaviln, Gaviln,
te llevaste mi polla, Gaviln.
r-LUX-HOY!i
Tandas: 1:30, 3:55, 6:25, 8:55 p.m.
Nuevo triunfo dramtico-ro-
mntico de la perfecta e inol-
vidable pareja de "Rosa de
Abolengo"...
Un drama de post guerra
brinda a la GARSON en su
mejor papel, como la esposa
abnegada que lleva dentro de
si, un secreto que la aniquila!
. GREER GARSON y
WALTER PIDGEON, en
ROMANCE DE
UNA ESPOSA'
(Miniver Story)
con JOHN HODIAK
ESTA NOCHE (11 P.M.)
Funcin de Medianoche!
Una Aventura Formidable. .
De Ansiedad y Peligro!
COUSJSalWUSB
Douglas FAIRBANKS,:
- en --
"SECRETO DE
ESTADO"
- con -
GLYNIS JOHNS
JACK HAWKIN
La fuga de un hombre que
saba demasiado... y la in-
teresante mujer que arras-
tr en su huida!...
S *mm*-+K
STATE
SECRET
r
A GOZAR TODOS
CON LOS VACILONES, LOS BAILES, LOS
CHISTES, LA CUBANISIMA GRACIA DE
LA ARCHI-JOCCfSA COMEDIA MUSICAL!
"ESCUELA
DE MODELOS
n
con
GARRIDO y PINERO
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY -- LAS MULATAS DE
FUEGO -- LA SONORA MATANCERA
Y RAMILLETES DE PRECIOSAS CUBANITAS!

LA PELCULA QUE ROMPI TODOS LOS RECORDS
DE ENTRADA EN LA HABANA!
ESTRENO JUEVES
EN EL
TEATRO CECILIA
A
HOY
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE-ACONDICIONADO
ESTRENO de una COMEDIA Deliciosa e Inolvidable!
La Femenidad Contra la Fuerza Bruta!
Con la Revelacin Filmica del Ao!...
SUSANA FJtEYRE -- PEDRO ARMENDARIZ, en
"LA LOCA DE LA CASA"
DE LA NOVELA DE BENITO PEREZ GALDOS
- PROXIMO JUEVES! "ARRABALERA" -
III m
TEATROS
PRESENTAN
iLlfJTf
CENTRAL
PARA ADORACIN del MUNDO!
"LA CENICIENTA"
Obra Genial de Wall Dime?
* en Tecnicolor I_________,
TEATRO LUX
La pareja de "Roca de Abolengo"
en un nuevo triunfo dramtico!
Gretr GARSON Walter PIDGEON
- en -
ROMANCE de una ESPOSA
con John HODIAK Leo GENN
BELLA VISTA
l:M S:M :
>:M p.m.
BETTE DAVIS
Anne Baxter
George Sanders
Celeste Holm
en la Mejor Pelcula
del Ano!
| TEATRO CECILIA |
La comedia que har desternillarse de risa I
William BEND1X Gloria HENRY, en
"MATEN AL UMPIRE"
'Ademas:
Jerome COURTLAND Beverly TVNER. en
REY DEL RANCHO"______.
TEATRO TROPICAL
Vincent Price Ellen Drew
- an -
"EL BARON DE
ARIZONA"
Conquistaba
a las
Mujeres
Desafiaba a Los Hombres I
JEATRO ENCANTO
Robert Young, en
"Tu Amor Me Guia"
Adems: Dan Duryea
Gale Storm, en
'EL GRITO AHOGADO'
TEATRO 77 VOL/ _
Rosa Carmina Fernando
Fernnaez, en
"TRAICIONERA"
Fernando Soler Sara Garca, en
"Alares Para Tu Boda"
TEATRO IRIS___
Cantlnflas, en
"EL CIRCO" /
y "SAN IGNACIO DE
LOYOLA"
HISPANO
Fernando Fernandez.
Meche Barba, en
"81 VO FUERA UNA
(IALQUIERA"
y Nin Sevilla, en
aventurera;
PAC F ICO
Vuelve el Hombre
Murcelas"
"UN CRIMEN MAS
O MENOS"

"El. DOMADOR"
VARIEDADES
MARIA
FELIX
La belleza sin
par. en un
drama inten-
so, vigoroso y
humano.- ,1
LA NOCHE DEL
SBADO"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Doble I
Violento Drama I
Edmond O'Brien
Joanne Dm, ea
"AL FILO DE
LA VIDA"
- Adems: -
Jon Hall, en
VM
DA"
TEATRO fD/SON
Alexis Smith, en
"MUJER DE CORAJE"
- y -
Abbott y Coslello. en
"La Legin Extranjera"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"EL CAPITN AMERICA"
Capts. 8-9Ademas:
"HABLA EL CORAZN"
"Bajo el Cielo de Navasa"
APOLO
Nin Sevilla, en
TERDIDA"
- y -
Arturo de Crdoba, en
"EL HOMBRE SIN
IOEAL
Robert Taylor, en
LA SENDA
PROHIBIDA"
- 3 -
ROBIN HOOD DEI
VISTERMOSA
"La Espada Fatal"
Capitulo* 1-2-1
- Adems: -
LOS MENORES DE
EDAD" y
Marcha
ROOSEVELT
"UNOS. JAMES DE
DE MISSOURI"
"EL SENDERO DE
SAN ANTONIO"
y "VICTIMAS DE SU
HONOR." ,
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