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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENBEN^V .
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 8, 151
FIVE CENTS
700,000 Reds Press UN In Major Action


A DIFFERENT PARADE IN KOREA While General MacArthur was Parading In New York,
the soldiers he commanded in Korea as SCAP were on the move, too Here 25th Division In-
fantrymen move toward the North Korean town of Chorwan past the crew of a recollless
rifle. (Photo by NEA-Acme Staff Correspondent Bert Ashworth).___________________
I
HERO'S ACCLAIM Sunlight and shadow, confetti and ticker tape In the canyons of lower
Broadway make a dramatic pattern as General MacArthur (center) rides through a sea of
photographers and cheering spectators In New York's big welcoming parade._________________
Bevan Splits Labor Cabinet
LONDON, April 23 (UP)
Minister of Labor Aneurln Be-
van split the British Socialist
Cabinet wide open today by re-
signing because the Government
decided to charge for false teeth
and eye glasses under Its Na-
tional Health Plan.
President of the Board of
Trade Harold Wilson has follow-
ed Bevan out of the Cabinet.
Wax Secretary John Strachev
and Minister of .Supply George
Strauss'are two more Ministers
who bellevedly may join the
walkout.
Such a mass walkout would
probably bring about a General
Election, though Premier Attlee
could still hang on by his six
vote parliamentary majority
provided the dissidents vote with
the Government.
V
It Is expected that though
Merely criticizing the Govern-
ment, especially on the Budget,
the rebels will not vote against
their party.
a general election accord-
ing to all Indications would
put Winston Churchill and his
Conservatives back in power.
Bevan cited the Government's
$10.000,000,000 three year re-
armament plan, and Its effect in
crippling the socialistic welfare
state program, as additional
seasons for his resignation.
He has beep disaffected as
have other Labor left wingers
for months. But the break came
when the Cabinet decided to
charge people under Its womb-
to-tomb National Health Plan
I half the cost of the false teeth
and eye glasses they get.
Bevan Is expected to assume
I leadership of a left-wing House
j of Commons bloc of 20 to 30 la-
I bor members. As the Govern-
I ment has a majority of only six
I seats over the combined opposi-
tion, it will live from day to day
by sufference of this disaffected
bloc.
It is the biggest Cabinet cri-
sis since Winston Churchill took
the prime ministry from Neville
Chamberlain in 1940 and the
biggest Labor Party split since
Ramsay MacDonald entered a
coalition with the Conservatives
In 1931.
The crisis will reach the floor
of the House of Commons this
afternoon when Bevan makes a
speech announcing his resigna-
tion and justifying It. After
that anything can happen.
Bevan resigned in a letter to
Prime Minister Clement R. At-
tlee.
Page That Cow!
By 6 p.m. Saturday sailors
ashore from the battleships
Missouri and New Jersey and
the carrier Hornet had drunk
up all the milk in bars and res-
taurants along Central Avenue,
The Panam American learn-
ed today. The Panam Amer-
ican's sources reported that
there were plenty of malt and
other beverages still available
along the main thoroughfare
but not a bit of milk was to
be had.
British Labor
Upheaval Hits
Shares Market
LONDON, April 23 (UP)
Sevan's resignation wiped mil-
lions of pounds sterling worth
of the market values of Brit-
ain's leading industrial shares
in one of the most hectic stocu
exchange sessions seen here
since the end of the war.
Financial quarters are con-
cerned that Bevan might mobi-
lize a great mass of public sen-
timent already incensed by the
rising cost of living.
There is no telling what
might happen politically, and
even economically.
PRR Will Accept
No Transshipments
To Central America
The Panam Railroad Com-
pany is accepting no transship-
ment cargoes for ports on the
east and west coasts of Central
America, Instead of South Am-
erica as previously announced.
The restriction applies to car-
go loaded at point of origin on
or after April 20. 1951, and has
been placed In effect because of
a larga accumulation of such
cargo on the Panam Railroad
piers.
Doug Not Told
Why Recalled
His Aide Says
NEW YORK, April 2J, (UP)
General Douglas MacArthur "to
this nay has never been Informed
of the reasons for his summary
dismissal," according to his per-
sonal aide Ma]. Gen. Courtney
Whitney today.
Whitney added: "He has not
the faintest idea why such action
was taken."
MacArthur's first knowledge of
his dismissal came from x Mr3.
MacArthur. who heard It on a
Los Angeles broadcast. This was
20 minutes before he received the
news from Washington.
Whitney said MacArthur be-
lieved he acted "meticulously
within his directives and his re-
sponsibilities.
"President Truman had alrea-
dy said publicly that MacArthur
was free to say anything he wish-
ed concerning the Korean war.
"What MacArthur said on
March 24 was said as a cold and
realistic estimate of the military
situation."
The March 24 statement wps
MacArthur's offer to meet the
Red commander In the field to
discuss settlement terms.
Meanwhile MacArthur concen-
trated on paper work In his In-
accessible hotel suite today while
his wife and son planned to see
the Barnum and Bailey Circus
matinee at Madison Square gar-
den as the guests of the Rlngling
Brothers.
His next scheduled public ap-
pearance Is Thursday, when he
files to Chicago for an afternoon
parade.
He will motor to Milwaukee, his
legal residence, early Friday and
fly back to New York Friday
night.
In Washington, Sen. Richard
M. Nixon, R., Cal., charged thai
the Defense Department, under
Whit* House orders, Is prepar-
ing a "vicious smear campaign''
against MacArthur.
He said "scores" of defense of-
ficials are digging through secret
(lies to unearth material which
will be used to "discredit" Mac-
Arthur as a military leader and
foreign policy counsellor.
The White House and Defense
Department declined to com-
ment on Nixon's charges, which
were handed to the press in a
special statement.
The Defense Department re-
vealed Saturday that It Is pre-
paring an "analysis of the basic
differences" between MacArthur
and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
This will be presented to Con-
gressional Investigating com-
mittees In an effort to refute
MacArthur's claim that the Joint
chiefs agreed "from a military
viewpoint" with his proposals to
v/age limited war against Red
China.
Fireman Revives
Boy Half-Drowned
in Washington Pool
A tragic accident was nar-
rowly averted yesterday after-
noon at the Washington Hotel
Swimming Pool largel/ as a re-
sult of the action of Fireman
Robert Douglas of the Fire Di-
vision at Cristobal.
Steven Andersen, eight-year
old son of Canal Pilot Captain
Irving E. Andersen, was disco-
vered floating face down In the
water about 4:00 o'clock.
Fireman Douglas, who was
swimming at the time, had both
the Fire Division and a doctor
notified and meanwhile applied
artificial respiration. By the
time a Fire Division inhalator
was brought and a psyslclan ar-
rived, the boy was breathing,
but the Inhalator also was used
and the boy was taken to the
hospital, accompanied by Fire-
man Robert Welborn.
Captain and Mrs. Andersen
were at the pool when the ac-
cident occurred.
Fireman pointed out that In
such cases, both a physician and
the Fire Division always should
be notified since the Fire Divi-
sion Is equipped wth inhalators
| and resuscltators and firemen
[are trained to handle such
emergencies.
Threats To Reduce
US Workers Looming
A move to slash the number of
government employes Is again In
sight in Congress this year, Cen-
tral Labor Union spokesman said
today.
Legislative representative Wal-
ter Wagner reported f rom Wash-
ington that Rep. Ben F. Jensen.
Rep., Iowa, and a members of
the House Appropriations Com-
mittee, had against trained his
sights on the number of federal
employes.
Last week, Wagner said, the
House passed appropriations for
the Department of Labor and
the Federal Security Agency,
carrying a Jensen rider which
provides that employment of
new personnel will be limited to
not more than 25 per cent of the
vacancies occurlng through nor-
mal turnover.
Jensen, who last year tacked
a rider with a 10 per cent figure
on the Army's civil functions ap-
propriations bill the rider
passed the House but was knock-
ed out both by the Senate and
the Joint conferees -4- Is report-
ed ready to attach similar riders
to all appropriations bills. The
percentage of limitation will vary
with each department.
It Is expected that he will in-
troduce a rider for the Panama
Canal appropriations bill but the
Senator Tells
Of New Atomic
Tests Soon
HONG KONG, April 23, (UP)
Senator Warren G. Magnu-
son. D., Wash, said here today
the Atomic Energy Commission
will conduct "an experiment of
a military nature" within a few
days at the Kwajaleln atoll, In
the Pacific
He declined to reveal the date
or nature of the experiment but
the Atomic Energy Commission
is believed to have scheduled a
test of a ne watomlc weapon.
Newsman Named
Michigan Senator
LANSING, Mich., April 23
(UP)Blalr Moody, Washington
correspondent for the Detroit
News, has been appointed Unit-
ed States senator to succeed the
late Senator Arthur Vanden-
berg '
Moody, 49, Is a liberal Demo-
crat. He was been In Washing-
ton for the Detroit News since
1933.
Vandenberg was a Republican.
The 8enate will now comprise
50 Democrats to 46 Republicans.
figure on this is not yet known.
It would, however, affect those
whose pay is derived from ap-
propriations, 1. e. employes of the
Canal Zone government.
Wagner also reported, local
spokesman said, that a new 18-
man wage stabilization board,
headed by Dr. George N. Taylor
of the University of Pennsylva-
nia, who originated the "Little
Steel" formula during World War
II, will be- in work sometime this
week.
The board has pending hun-
dreds of cases in which labor and
management have agreed on
wage Increases.
One of these concerns power
system employes of the Canal
organization.
Brakes Tighten
On US Price Hikes
Starting Today
W.^HINGTON. April 23 (UP)
The nation's businessmen
open shop today under a tough
price control policy which the
Government believes will put a
firm brake on price rises.
The new regulation forbids
any Industry to raise prices if
It is making 85 per cent or more
of its average profit for the
three best years from 1946
through 1949. Violators will be
subject to the maximum penalty
of the Defense Production Act
a year In Jail and a $10,000
fine.
The policy is effective at the
start of business today In cer-
tain Industries such as coal,
steel and basic metals, which
had been permitted to pass on
post-Korea cost Increases. ,
It will go into effect In others
as soon as adjustments have
been made In Interim control
orders, Issued since the Jan. 25
freeze:
On Wednesday. Price Control-
ler Michael V. DISalle will issue
a general manufacturers ceiling
order affecting from 100.000 to i
150.000 manufacturers. He said
it should lead to some consumer
price rollbacks.
The new policy came amid
these other economic develop-
ments:
Economic Stabilizer Eric A.
Johnston said on -a Gannett
news service broadcast that con-
sumers soon will begin to "feel
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 7)
Allies Ripping
Into China's
Human Waves
TOKYO, April 23 (UP) A 700,000 Communist Army
shoved United Nations forces back towards Korea's 38th
parallel today despite an unprecedented Allied air andj
artillery bombardment that slaughtered thousands of the
Red Troops.
United Nations guns and planes ripped human waves
of Chinese slamming into the United Nations lines all
along a jagged 95-mile front in the long heralded Com-
munist spring offensive.
Fifth Air Force planes were expected to have tallied
2,000 Reds killed by the end of the day. Massed allied
artillery was expected to have accounted for even more.
Balboa Tides
Tuesday, April 14, 1951
High Low
5:17 a.m..............11:28 a.m.
5:33 p.m..............11:54 p.m.
Cops Drafted For Nursemaids
As Mighty Mo' Draws Throngs
An allied artillery officer on
the hard hit central front said:
"The gullies In front of us al-
ready are full of Chinese dead,
and we keep adding to the piles."
An 8th Army communique said
the Chinese Reds have driven the
Allies back in key sectors on the
front stretching from Korangpo,
Just south of the 38th parallel in
the west to a point north of Inje,
five miles above the parallel, in
the east.
The communique said the Uni-
ted Nations forces are withdraw-
ing in good order.
The Communist assault ap-
peared to be heaviest on the cen-
tral sector where the 8th Army
had penetrated 10 to 12 ml'ea
north of the 38th parallel on the
approaches to the twin Red bas-
tions of Chorwon and Kumhwa.
The Reds so far have attacked
In strength ranging from regi-
ments to divisions, keeping their
main forces In reserve to exploit
any breakthroughs.
United Nations officers at ihc
front conceded the position Is se-
rious, but were confident the
8th Army could stem the Red
ride.
The Chinese used tanks at one
poin",, but used no air support.
A few hours before the Red of-
fensive began Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet, new commander of the
8th Army, warned there are in-
dications that the Communl.sls
might throw new forces, neither
Chinese nor North Korean, into
the battle.
He said these new forces were
composed of "miscellaneous oth-
er 'volunteers' employing air
power."
This appeared a clear referen.'
to Intervention by Soviet 'volun-
teers" possibly drawn from the
estimated 100,000 Japanese war
prisoners reportedly being train-
ed by the Russians.
Only Chinese Reds have struck
so far In the new offensive. No
Communist planes have been
spotted within 100 miles,of the
front.
But 12 United States Sabrea
destroyed or damaged eight So-
viet built Migs over northwest
Korea yesterday, and chased off
28 others.
Despite the failure of the Red
air force to put in an appearance
the Allied air forces continued
pounding potential Red airfield*
In North Korea today.
This Is the latest picture along
the Communist offensive front:
Western Sector. Three Com-
munist columns struck across the
waist-deep Imjin river on a 15
mile front northwest of Seoul a-
galnsl Allied troops of four na-
tions. The Allied forces rolled
with the punch and pulled barK
In good order. Allied guns were
firing into the advancing Reds
at a rate of 1,000 rounds per divi-
sion an hour.
West Central Sector. Allied
forces below Chorwon fell back:
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3)
The "Mighty Mo" Is north-
bound today In the Canal and
i local Navy officers and the Can-
al Zone police are drawing sighs
of relief. )
Not that there was trouble
far from lt; lt was Just that
i there was so much more ln-
I terest In the historic battleship
than anyone had anticipated.
The Navy's public Information
office, for instance, answered
' an estimated 1,500 telephone
I calls between Friday and Sun-
day afternoons from people
1 who wanted to make arrange-
ments to go aboard the ship.
And police clocked an estim-
ated 5,000 through the Pier 18
gate during visiting hours for
the Missouri yesterday.
Not all of them went through,
however. Children under six were
not allowed. aboard the battle-
ship so police, with the aid of
some of the mothers, set up a
nursery in the customs booth at
the pier entrance.
They figured that during the
day yesterday they had close to
200 youngsters parked there
while their parents and older
brothers and sisters went a-
board the Missouri.
Not all of the 200 came at once,
of course; there usually weren't
more than ten or a dozen at one
time.
The crowd was so steady and
so large that about 11:15 a.m.
the Missouri hollered "uncle"
and asked for a breather. From
11:30 to 1 p.m. the ship was
closed to visitors while the lib-
erty men were released and the
chance
guides were given
to eat.
This morning, the Navy was
outspoken In Its admiration a.id
praise of the police coopera-
tion. "The police^were coutie-
ous and efficeint in thei manner
in which they handled the vi-
sitors and the thorough manner
in which they screened ie
visitors for security was alto
admirable," an Navy spokesman
said.
Police on duty for the day
were: Sgt. Jack Sutherland,
officers James Marchuck, Kjb-
ert Carpenter, Edward Hujum
and William Hoelzle, from 7 a
nit to 3 p.m. and 8gt. Edmunc:
Cain, with officers Charts
Moore, Freeland Hollowell a.;o
Robert Mcllvalne, from 3 to 11
p.m.
Local Navy sources this
morning gave the name of V..t
tailor who was reported miss-
ing from the warship-
He was William Joseph
C'Cononr, fireman electrician's
mate striker.
His father, John O'Connor, or
5112 S. Emerald, Chicago has
been notified of his son's disap-
pearance.
He was firts reported missing
at 5 a.m. Saturday while Uie
Missouri was 80 miles out of
Balboa and formally declared
missing ofter the 8 a.m. mus'.cr.
Navy and Air Force planes
made an unsuccessful search
for him.
BYE-BYE BALBOA The USS Missouri, above. In Mlraflore
Locks Is leaving the Pacific 81de behind after a two-dav vi-
sit on her wav home from Korea. With Capt. Clinton Baver-
stock as senior pllot-m-charge. she nulled away from her
Balboa berth at 8 a.m. Also aboard 'or the transit were pi-
lots William E. Thompson and Elmer Abbott, with pilot-in-
tralnlng W. J. Cronln as observer. She had only a four-foot
clearance on each side In the 110-feet wide lock chambers.
Her decks were lined with sailors as she went through the
locks, most of the sailors with cameras. Over 300 people
watched her transit and more than 100 cars, including ft
loaded school bus, were drawn up near the lock*.
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Crowd Still Laugh At Hoary
\ Gags About Life On Noah's Ark
By ROBERT DAHL
. COLUMBUS, O., April (UP)
A folklore authority. Francis L.
'. Utley, says a story people laugh-
* ed at as far back as 800 years
* ago may soon be making the
* rounds again by way ot radio
" and television.
"For 800 years people ''have
; been laughing at the story
. about the hole in Noah's ark."
-the president of the American
Folklore Society and Ohio State
University professor said.
"The story is being dug up
again, so you'll probably be
hearing some version of it on
the radio or television soon."
The story goes like this: a
hole develops in Noah's ark and
the dog Is asked to save the day
by thrusting his nose In the
hole. When* the water continues
to come through, Noah's wife
Accidents Blamed
On Tired Drivers
CHICAGO, April 23 (UP)
Manv fatal accidents on the
open road are caused by "high-
way hypnosis." according to the
Chicago Motor Club.
A motorist driving for a long
distance on a smooth, straight
highway can be lulled into
drowsiness by the hum of the
motor, the whir of the tires and
by his own fixation on the road
ahead, motor club safety experts
said.
In some cases, a motorist can
lapse into a state of three-
fourths consciousness, they con-
tended.
Whenever a car veers off an
open highway or collides with
* another leaving skid marks, it
can be assumed that the driver
dozed, the club said.
In many cases. It added, that
can be attributed to physical
weariness. In many others. It Is
the monotony of sight, sound
and sensation that brought on
drowsiness.
The monotony, the club said,
Is similar to that deliberately
employed by hypnotists, who lull
their subjects by droning the
words, "sleep, sleep." repeatedly.
Scientists call such monotony
factors "repetitive stimuli."
One defense against "highway
hypnosis," the motor club said,
la to provide outside stimuli by
turning on the car radio or the
windshield wipers.
The best defense, the experts
advised, is to pull off to the side
of the road and take a nap.
Sailboats Not His Dish,
Admiral Confesses
B08TON, April 23 (UP)Rear
Admiral George H. Bahm, USN
retired, flubbed Just one ques-
tion when he took a Coast
Guard examination for a license
to operate a 40-foot motorboat.
The question was about the
proper signal for a sailing ves-
sel to use when becalmed in a
dense fog and making no head-
>*y.
bahm said he flubbed it be-
cause when he was in the ser-
vice he relied mostly on radar
In fog and never came near a
sailing vessel.
tries to plug the hole with her
elbow. Noah finally has to stop
the ship from flooding by sit-
ting on the hole.
Explanation Given
"That's why the dog's nose Is
cold, women's elbows are cold,
and why men always stand with
their coat-tails to the fire." Ut-
ley chuckled. "People have been
laughing at that story ever since
the 12th or 13th century."
Utley, incidentally, is an au-
thority on Jokes and legends In-
volving Noah. He hopes to com-
plete "In about two years" a
book on the legends of the bi-
blical character on which he al-
ready has spent 10 years.
"With few exceptions, almost
everv tribe or culture In the
world has legends on the big
flood." Utley said. He already
has gathered "a couple of mil-
lion words of notes" on the sub-
ject.
The Job of collecting folk stor-
ies In this country is getting
tougher all the time, he said.
His definition of folklore is "li-
terature transmitted by word of
mouth" and folklore in this
country seems always to find
Its way Into print and then Is
no longer folklore."
Also In Cities
Contrary to general belief,
folklore Is not the exclusive pro-
duct of the hill folk, the back-
woods people, or the rural
dweller. Utley contends.
"You'll find it even in the ci-
ties," Utley said. "The folklore
you find there usually Isn't
printable, since bawdy stories
make up most of the city folk-
lore of today."
The best bet for uncovering
gems of homespun humor Is still
among "some group deprived of
outside contacts or education,"
he continued. He suggested some
of the hill folk of eastern Ohio.
"Virgin territory," Utley add-
ed. His eyes gleamed with the
fire of the collector. "I've had
mv eves on them for a long
time."
One-Cent Check Costs
Two Counties Whole $1
ZANESVILLE, O.. April 23 (UP)
It cost Musklngum and Perry
Counties about $1 to .forward
one cent to the treasurer of
nearby Roseville.
The penny represented Rose-
vllle's share of the State Motor
Transportation registration fees
for 1950.
The state audlto> sent a check
for $659.79 to the Perry County
auditor. W. C. Calhoun, to be
distributed among the various
towns and villages.
Since Roseville Is partly In
Perry County and partly in
Musklngum County, Calhoun
wrote a check for one cent and
sent It to the Musklngum Coun-
ty auditor, Paul Klrke. Klrke. In
turn, was obliged to draw an-
other check payable to the
Roseville treasurer.
Counting postage, the blank
checks and time to make proper
entries In the records of the two
counties, it was estimated the
cost of the transaction was $1.
National Flag
HORIZONTAL
I 1,6 Depicted
{ Is the flag of
12 Lure
14 This country
. i raises many
15 Era
16 Eye socket
18 High priest
1 (Bib.) I
19 "Show Me
I SUte" (ab.)
20 Massaged
22 Psyche part
23 Ireland
25 Contest of
speed
27 Scandinavian
28 odd ess of
discord
29 Pronoun
30 Pose
31 Solidify
32 Thus
33 Unusual
34 Domestic slave
37 Brain passage
38 Peruse
39 Biblical
i pronoun
stripes >
46 Palm lily *
47 Intimidate
. 49 Mohammedan
. nymph
50 Slice
51 Mended
38 Make certain
55 Group of stars
36 Yawned
I VERTICAL
' ILined
; a Kind of goat.
3 Shoghonean
Indian '
4 Two (prefix)
6 Image
6 Tart
7 Grade
8 Forenoon
9 Insect
10 Illegal
11 Whispers
13 Before
17 College
degree (ab.)
20 Genuflectorg
21 Bureaus
24 Be native
26 Melodic
31 Entrance
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Germans Dreaming Up
New Wonder Weapons
By ROBERT HAEGER
United Press Staff Correspondent
BONN, Germany, April 23 (UP
The still-disarmed Germans
are going strong in at least one
phase of warfare, dreaming up
new death-dealing wonder wea-
pons.
Since re-armament became an
issue, Bonn government officials
have been swamped by papers
and blueprints explaining a
mixture of screwball suggestions
and half-developed Ideas left
over from the last days of the
Hitler regime.
In the single field of V-wea-
pons, the guided missiles that
operated so effectively against
Great Britain in the last year of
World War II, Germans have
sent to Bonn more than 70 sug-
gested Improvements.
One of them Is the so-called
"volcano weapon." The man who
submitted the Idea pointed out
that, operating like a mechan-
ical boomerang, it has the add-
ed virtue of economy.
It Is supposed to zoom out
over a designated area, deposit
a lethal radioactive cloud, and
then return to its base to be re-
filled and used again. Troops
could work In close conjunction
with it, the proposal said, be-
Ingenious Devices
Help Disabled
LOS ANGELES. April 23 (UP)
The University of Southern
California's occupational thera-
py department Is helping phy-
sically disabled veterans and
others speed their recovery by
Ingenious, tailor-made mechan-
ical devices.
A six-year-old boy with para-
lyzed arms Is learning to feed
himself by means of a foot-pe-
dal gadget Invented by an 8C
trainee. The pedal operates a
vooden arm with a spoon at-
tached.
A one-armed veteran Is able
to swim, thanks to a plastic fin
harnessed to his shoulder.
One trainee Invented a pencil
attachment to fit a patient's
head, enabling him to write
without the use of his crippled
arms.
"As a part of their clinical
hospital training, students have
to be engineers and Invento**,"
Prof. Margaret S. Rood, head of
the department, explained.
SC Is the only school in the
United States with the master
of arts degree .li. occupational
therapy for full day-time work.
The eight-year-old department
Is recognized by the American
Medical Association.
The program covers psychol-
ogy, science, medical and cli-
nical work and crafts and arts.
cause the cloud would vanish in
30 minutes.
The Luftwaffe was reported
ready to develop the "volcano"
In 1944 but Allied air raids
knocked out the potential man-
ufacturing site.
A less violent technique was
espoused by another contributor.
His Idea calls for an anesthetiz-
ing foam to be spewed out of
specially-equipped airplanes to
render the enemy sleepy and
helpless.
"Good results" had been ob-
talneu by the Luftwaffe In pre-
liminary tests on animals seven
years ago, the submitter said.
The same man proposed de-
velopment of "Ice flak" shells
whose purpose would be to
freeze and paralyze planes of
air attackers.
Less spectacular Is the new
two-man submarine designed by
a German naval engineer. The
Russians got wind of it In 1948
and offered the engineer a job
but he has turned his plans over
to Bom. authorities, he said.
Piles of charts and papers
outlining Improvements for both
Jet engines and radar also have
accumulated here.
Not all the Ideas are for wea-
pons and defense devices. A te-
lephone expert In the German
postal system, for Instance, has
sent in something calculated to
foil spies. It's a mechanism
which he claims will make wire-
tapping impossible.
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On Big Texas Ranch
KINGSVILLE. Texas., April 23
(UP)An estimated two-thirds
of the deer on the sprawling
King Ranch In south Texas have
been killed or driven off by one
of the worst drouths in the
area's history.
The report was given to mem-
bers of the Texas A&l College
natural science society by V. W.
L.hman. wildlife conservationist
for the ranch.
"It Is common to see eight or
ten dead deer every day," he
told the group. Quail and Jave-
llnas (wild hogs* also are suf-
fering.
Lehman explained that the
chief cause of death Is malnu-
trition. The conservationist told
the students that coyotes have
not helped the food situation by
killing off the unfit deer, be-
cause they find plenty of deer
already dead.
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or you can depend on Buckley's Co-
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relief from thot choking, gasping
struggle fo breath.
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TSuezrLookout Saw It All
As Tanker Shipmates Died
Civilian Atom Power
Is 25 Year? Distant
CHICAGO, April 23 (UP). partment at the University of
Atomic energy will be ready for Michigan, cautioned aga 1 n s t
use as a supplementary source "over-enthusiastic predictions or
of power in the United States widespread use of nuclear re-
in about 25 years, George O. actors" In civilian uses such as
Brown, engineering, director of the automobile,
the Atomic Energy Commission,, Probably the first use oinu-
predlcted today. clear energy for power will be
Present sources of power military "as In submarines
"probably will be unable to whare the high expense can be
meet Increasing power require- Justified because .of the military
menta for more than about 25 advances," he said,
years." Brown told a Midwest Right now, he said, the Initial
power conference. cost of a nuclear power plant
"By tint time J am confident would be ten times that of a
we will have found some other conventional power plant and
means of meeting, our power the comparative cost of cl>era-
demands, and that nuclear tlon "much greater,
energy will be one of those new But he said research In mil-
sources o power," he said. ltary uses of nuclear energy may
Brown, who U chairman of well hasten the day when it can
the Chemical Engineering De- be converted to civilian uses.
EDITOR'S NOTE: John A.
Horton, able-bodied seaman of
Cambridge, Mas., was lookout
aboard the tanker Esa Suez
when she rammed the Esso
Greensboro in the Gulf of Mex-
ico, with a presumed toll of 39
lives. Horton, who wear a hen -
?y, 3-lnch red mustache, is in
the Corpus Christ! Naval Air
Station hospital, receiving
treatment for burns of the
hands, arms and back. Here is
his story of the collision.)
By John A. Horton
(As told to United Press)
CORPUS CHRIST1, Tex., AprH
23 (UP) I was lookout, up In
the bow of the Suez. It was very
foggy, soupy. The sea was calm
and there wasn't much wind.
It was about 4:20 a.m., and we
had radar and It was working.
I've heard that we had "seen"
the Greensboro through the fog
12 miles away, but I dont know
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about that. When I first saw her
she wasn't 100 feet away.
Probably no more than 50 feet.
And I didn't hear her whistle I
just saw her light up In front of
us. By the time I got back amld-
ship she had blow up.
I don't know how fast we were
goingor how fast the Greens-
boro was going. It happened too
quick.
The explosion threw oil all over
our ship, and It caught fire.
The Greensboro stuck onto the
Suez Explosions loosened her. I
don't know how many there were.
I counted three. It was after 5
a.m, before we got loose.
The blast knocked me on my
face. The Suez started burnlns.
She was Just out of drydock and
the fresh paint caught fire. We
couldn't even get lifeboats out
They were all burned up.
Walter Brehm, our chief mate,
was found dead In his quarters a-
mldships. His body was propped
up against the door. He was try-
ing to get it open.
Our steward, Antonio Fernan-
dez, was badly burned in the en-
gine room. All his flesh and kln
peeled off. He Joked about It for
a while and laughed. Then h
died.
(This was the first mention of
a second death aboard the Esso
Suez
Our bow 'was practically *'>ro
off, but the crew had the fire Un-
der control In two hours. Never
saw a crew work like that. We
had to work our way out of the
flames In the water. The oil kept
spreading fire on our ship al-
most as fast as we could put it
out.
At Mobile, meanwhile, the Coast
Guard began an Inquiry into the
reasons or mistakes responsible
for the collision.
Only 20 of the dead were ac-
counted for today, and patrol
craft continued to search the Oulf
southwest of New Orleans in the
fading hope that survivors or
bodies of other crewmen of the
Esso Oreensboro might be found.
Reporters were barred from the
repair dock by Standard Oil offi-
cials when the Suez came into
port at Mobile. One crewmen,
Manuel J. Canto of New Bedfor 1.
Mass. was sent to Marine Hospi-
tal for treatment of burns.
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DETROIT, Michigan, April 23
(Export News Service) The
Ford Foundation, the world's
richest public trust, had net as-
sets of $492,678,355 at the end of
1950. Henry Ford 2nd, chairman
of its board of trustees, reported
this week.
The foundation's res o u r c e s
have been pledged to the pre-
vention of war and to the better-
ment of human welfare. The
trust was established on Jan. 15
1936, by the late Edsel B. Ford
with a gift of $25,000.
At the end of last year, liquid
assets amounted to $88,791,847.
The bulk of the net assets con-
sisted of 3,089,908 shares of Class
A non-voting common stock of
the Ford Motor Company carried
at $135 a share, or a total of
$417,137,580.
"Until such time as the trus-
tees may consider It practical
and desirable to dispose of all or
part of Its principal fund," Ford
said in the financial statement,
"the only source of funds avail-
able for the work of the founda-
tion will be (the) liquid assets
and future dividends from its In-
vestment."
Ford noted that, with earnings
of the automobile industry at
Department Store
Employe Hacked
To Death In Yard
SMYRNA, Da., April 2* (UP)
The cruelly chopped and batter-
ed body of an Atlanta depart-
ment store employe was found
today In the back yard of his
home here.
Sheriff Harry Scoggina said
that A. Brook Lowery, about 55,
had apparently been attacked
with both a knife and a hatchet
during the morning, and that
his body lay behind the garage
for several hours before Its dis-
covery.
Scoggins called in Dr. Herman
Jones, "Crime Doctor" from
neighboring Fulton (Atlanta)
county to aid in the investiga-
tion.
Jones reported that it was
doubtful that all the wounds had
been caused by the bloodstained
hatchet which was found be-
neath Lowery's body.
The throat was cut "almost
halfway through," according to
deputy sheriff Roy McClarty who
lives across the street from the
Lowery home here, and the left
hand was almost severed. There
was a deep gash In the right leg
below the knee and the marks of
several blows on the back of the
head.
Lowery had not been seen since
his wife retired late last night,
But McClarty surmised irom his
work clothes that he had awak-
ened early and none into the
garden. His clothing was dry,
and commuted to his work In the
larger city. He wis knov/n as a
"fine churchman" and was active
affairs.
record levels, the foundation's
income from dividends on Ford
stock was "relatively large in
1949 and 1950." He added, how-
ever, that 1951 and the foresee-
able future a reduction in in-
come is anticipated "because of
the national emergency, with se-
duced volume of automobile pro-
duction and substantially high-
er rates of corporate taxation."
From its inception in 1936 to
the end of last year. Ford report-
ed, total net income of the foun-
dation was $152,621,079.
Mothers Find School
Helps Brattish Tots
CHAMPAIGN. II!., April 23
(UP) A University of Illinois
survey reveals that childrens'
behavior improves upon entering
first grade.
That is contrary to the former
belief that children are "out of
focus" or "brattish" at the age
of six.
The survey results were ob-
tained by questioning 212 mo-
thers. The mothers reported
their childrens' behavior traits
such as responsibility, helpful-
ness, good humor and indepen-
dence Improved.
To quash another old belief,
the survey showed that the chil-
dren look forward to beginning
first grade with a high degree
of "favorable anticipation."
WASHINGTON, April 23 (UP)
The United States Is installing
powerful radio transmitter
aboard a fast ship to furnish
the Voice of America with a
mobile broadcasting station de-
signed tn reach new areas be-
hind the Communist Iron Cur-
tain, It was learned recently.

Informed sources- said the
transmitter Installation still Is
in the "experimental stage,
and that the ship now being
outfitted Is regarded r/t a pilot
project." Results of the present
experiment, they added, will de-
termine whether other such
mobile units will be rigged up.
With the ship-borne transmit-
ter, the sources said, the Voice
will be able to move its equip-
ment around through the world.
The ship, they pointed out, could
put in at a friendly harbor
close by Red China, for instance,
and beam American propaganda
into the Asia mainland.
Use of the mobile unit, they
added, also will give the Voice
a new flexibility which should
enable It to overcome to some
degree the Russian use of Jam-
ming tactics to drown American
broadcasts off the airways.
They refuse to discuss other
ways by which this country
might try to outmaneuver the
Russians in the propaganda war.
Some methods suggested In the
past Include the dropping of
cheap radio sets by parachute
behind the borders of Russia
and her satellites.
The sources said the ship-
borne transmitter project un-
doubtedly has the approval of
te Joint Chiefs of Staff "since
these things generally are a
Joint operation Involving the
military to some extent."
It is understood, they added,
that President Truman has
given it at least his tacit ap-
They said a proposed $88,000,-
000 cut In requested funds for
the Voice as suggested by a
House appropriations subcom-
mittee probably would not af-
fect the pilot project. But It
could choke off further develop-
ment of the program, they said.
The subcommittee has pro-
posed that all but $9,500,000 of
$97,500,000 asked by the Pres-
ident for rush expansion of
Voice activities be lopped off for
economy reasons.
Japans Latin American Trade
Skyrockets Since Korean War
Canadian Newsprint
Cuback of 7 Percent
Announced in Ottawa
OTTAWA, April 23 (UP) A
cutback of seven and one half
per cent has been imposed on
the newsprint quotas as Cana-
dian publishers.
This may be the forerunner of
an allocation of 10,000 tons of
Canadian newsprint to Western
Europe.
Some 6,000 to 7,000 tons of this
Is earmarked for France to help
fight Communism in the autumn
national elections.
Apparently untroubled by any
newsprint shortage the Com-
munist press there is already
campaigning actively. _
Four Sergeants
Upped In Grade
On Atlantic Side
FORT GULICK, April 23 At-
lantic Sector Headquarters, Fort
Gullck, today announced the pro-
motion In grad of four soldiers.
Promoted to the grade of Ser-
eeant 1st Class were Clarence G.
Vice and Arthur Billmyer. both
of sector headquarters, and Hen-
ry McDennett of the 20th Milita-
ry Police company.
Promoted to Sergeant was Ro-
bert C. Robb of the operations
and training staff office, sector
lieadquarters.
By HARRY W. FRANTZ
WASHINGTON, April 23, (UP)
Japan's trade with Latin Ame-
rican countries made sensational
gains In 1950 over 1949 as an af-
termath of commercial policies
encouraged by the occupation
government and the world-wide
scramble for scarce commodities
caused by the Korean conflict
With the new Impetus to in-
dustrialization in Japan, that
country had a greater need for
Latin American primary pro-
ducts, as cotton, sugar, wooi,
hides and skins and nitrates,
trade authorities said.
Latin American countries in
turn took more Japanese metals
and metallic manufactures, and
textile products.
While the removal of General
MacAithur does not of Itself af-
fect Japanese trade with Latin
America, experts saw a possibili-
ty of expanding trans-Pacllle
commerce if his political and
strategical views should find ac-
ceptance here. Reasons given
were:
1. Speed-up In Japan peace
treaty negotiations will hasten
the time when Japan again will
be pressing actively for new ex-
port and emigration opportuni-
ties;
2. Greater emphasis on Asiatic
strategical importance would give
new Importance to Japan's In-
dustrialization, with consequent
increased need for Latin Ameri-
can raw materials.
3. Closer United States-Japan
cooperation for defense would
have some economic ramifica-
tions on Latin American produc-
tion and supply of materials.
In 1949, the Japanese govarn-
ment with the approval of the
occupation authorities re-exam-
ined its commercial relations
with Latin,American republics.
It made special trading ar-
rangements with Argentina, Uru-
guay, and Brazil, adopted a pre-
liminary, trade and financial ar-
rangement with Mexico, ex-
changed letters of understanding
with Colombia, made a Joint dol-
lar arrangement with Venezuela,
and took various other steps to
Improve trade with Latin Amer-
ican republics.
After the Korean conflict start-
ed, .japan's dollar position Im-
proved because of United States
expenditures for materials In
Japan, giving new Impetus to
Imports from Latin America.
United States Department of
Commerce statistics derived from
occupation reports, made avail-
able today, showed that Japan's
imports from 10 South American
republics Jumped from $6,427.000
In 1949 to $38,782.000 In 1950,
while Japan's exports Increased
from $2,944,000 to $31,016,000.
Jaoan's Imports from Mexico
(mostly cotton) increased from
$201,000 In 1949 to $16,892,000 In
1950, most of the gain being in
last half of the year.
Japan's exports to Mexico were
$2,3^5,000 in 1949 and $2,847,000 In
1950.
Japan's imports from Cuba
(chiefly sugar) increased from
$8.997 000 In 1949 to $10,277,000 In
1950. while exports to Cuba rose
from $5,633,000 to $14,652,000.
Among South American repub-
lics, Japan's commerce with Ar-
gentina made the greatest gains
In 1950. Japan's imports rose
from $447,000 in 1949 to $30.171,-
000 in 1950. Japan took large a-
mounts of hides and skins, espe-
cially needed for leather and
belting In recovering industries
Japan's exports to Argentina
rose from $2,000 In 1949 to $20.-
994,000 in 1950.
Argentina was taking a large
variety of metals products, in-
cluding lead, bronze and copper
and semi-processed iron and
steel products.
Japan's Imports from Uruguay
(mostly wool and hides) were $1,-
150,000 In 1949 and $5,010,00 In
1950. Japanese sales to Uruguay
rose from $339.000 to $524,000.
Volume of sales was less, than
the Japanese had hoped for, due
to Uruguayan slowness in Issuing
Imports permits, but according to
reports licensing recently has
been more active.
Japan In 1949 Imported no
merchandise from Venezuela and
In 1950 imports were $275,000, In-
cluding some coffee and cocoa
Japan's exports rose from $339,-
000 to $524,000.
Imports of Japan from Brazil
and Chile declined In 1950, but
Japan's exports quadrupled and
tripled, respectively.
Japan's Imports from Peru
(chiefly cotton) rose from $3.000
dollars to $581,000; exports from
$123,000 to $485,000.
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Florida Child Died
Of Pneumonia Before
Body Thrown in River
TAMPA. Fla.. April 23. (UP)
Sheriff Elbert Moore today drop-
ped 'the murder angle* from his
Investigation of the death of
two-year-old Jimmy Loudermlik
after an autopsy disclosed that
the little boy died of pneumonia
before his body entered the river
near his suburban Tampa home.
On the third day of a search
by hundreds of his neighbors, the
blond, blue-eyed youngster was
found floating in the swift Hills-
borough river. Until the autopsy
was made, officers suspected the
child had been murdered.
"We've definitely dropped the
murder angle," said Moore, "but
we'd ike to find out who threw
his body Into the river."
Jimmy's mother. Mrs. Thornton
Loudermlik, said her son had a
bad cold and sore throat when
she last saw him a week ago. She
denied knowing of any illness
other than that.
"It (the autopsy) makes It look
like I'm guilty because I was the
last one to see him." the young
mother said. "But I'll take 3 ile
detector test If you want me to.
I did not do it."
When Mrs. Loudermlik report
the child missing three days be-
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MONDAY, AFRA XI, 1111
Dodgers Sweep Series With Giants To Lead Loop
Indians Cop Two; Red Sox
Take Twinbill; Phils Win
By UNITED PRESS
By United Press
NEW YORK, April 23 Carl Furillo, who had gone
hitltss since the opening day of the season, yesterday
Smashed a tenth inning homer that gave the Dodgers a
4-3 victory over the Giants at the Polo Grounds and a com-
"plete sweep of their three-game series. The win also put
-the Dodgers in first place in the young National League
*rtce.
Little League
Sal Maglle, the Giant pitcher,
had been only one final toss
' away from victory when the
Dodgers put across the tying
"%ally. With two out ahd two
-strikes on OH Hodges. Maullo
-walked him. Roy Campanella
^ind Peewee Reese singled to tie
-the score at three-all.
* Mage, who gave ud only two
-fits until the eighth, was lead-
tng 3-1 on the basis of a two-
An rally in the fourth and
Bobby Thomson's homer in the
- Mxth.
"I* The Dodgers had cored
.. their only run on Gil
'-'Hodges' homer bat they
"...added single tallies in the
- eighth and ninth before
?' Furillo won it in the tenth.
-*At Philadelphia, the League
Champion Phillies also came
.tfnough with a late splurge and
-broke a three-game losing streak
1 win 6-5 over Braves' ace
jhnnv Sain.
WUlie Jones struck a bases
loaded single In the ninth to
break up the game after he had
jit the Phillies back into con-
tention with a two-run homer
-Jin the eighth.
IICBubba Church, although hit
-ior 13 safe blows, scored his firs'.
' >3ctory. The Braves' Rov Harts-
fleld hit a two-run homer.
The Pirates defeated the
''-" Reds' niching star. Ewell
. .Blackwall, for the second
~"' time In a* many starts
-..against him, winning 7-5 at
"Cincinnati but errors ae-
- counted for three Pirate
runs.
3 The Pirates' Ous Bell clouted
* homer, three doubles and a
'Tingle. The Pirates clinched the:
,-Tbsue with two runs in the
ajinrh on George Metkovitchs
V "Single. Bells' double, a deliberate
pass to Ralph Klner and a pair
of errors by Bobby Adams which
let In a run each.
The Cubs handed the Cardin-
als a 10-5 trimming at St. Louis
as Bob Rush scattered eight
hits whUe the Cards used six
pitchers. Andy Pafko scored five
Cub runs with two homers while
Rube Walker dropped in two
more with another round-trip-
per. The Cardinals' Steve Bilko
also homered.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Red Sox, getting off slow-
ly in the American League, hit
their stride against the Athle-
tics and defeated them 6-5 and
7-4 to make three in a row.
In the opener Ted Wil-
liams hit a two-run homer
and Lou Bondrean drove in
two key runs with a single
and Ray Scarborough won
his first game.
The second game was cut to
five-and-one-half Innings owing
to the Sunday Law in Boston
which prevents play under the
lights after 6:30 p. m. The Red
I Sox scored five runs in the first
frame and Dom DIMaggio hom-
ered In the third.
The White Sox keot mistreat-
ing the Tigers, winning 3-2 be-
hind leftv Billy Pierces five-
hitter. The White Sox' Eddie
Robinson bagged a double "and
homer.
The Indians won a double-
header from the Browns
10 .1 and 4-3 at Cleveland.
Earlv Wvnn went the route
in the opener and doubled
twice. The Indians' Larry
Dobv and the Browns' Ken
Wood each homered.
Irr the nightcap. Mike Garcia
barely edged rookie southpaw
Lou 8leater due chieflv to o
three-run Indian rally in the
first inning.
PACIFIC SIDE
STANDINGS (2nd Half)
Won Lest Prt.
Fire Dept......2 0 1.000
Police Dept. ... 1 1 .900
Saint Mary's ... 1 1 .NO
Curundu.....1 1 .500
Sears......1 1 600
Diablo-Hillman 0 3 on"
niablo-Hlllman 0 1 .000
Sears won first half.
8MOKJES SMOTHER SAINTS
Base running a la Ty Cobb
style on the part of Herb
Schneider enabled the Smokies
to nose out the Sainte by a close
margin 2-1. In the second inning
when he was parked on third
Herble drew a throw from Billle
WBMt, the Saints receiver and
then slid over the plate for the
first run. \
in the fourth Schneider again
found himself at the hot corner
bag and on a throw from the
catcher to the pitcher, Schneider
came steaming down the base
path bound for home plate, and
wren the throw was high he waa
safe with the winning tally.
For the second time in a row,
the 8alnts allowed only one hlf.
to the opposition. This time it
was Bobby Lopez who threw the
one hitter, the safety going to
his mound foe, Eddie Klrchmeir.
Bobbv was wild at times, and the
base-on-ballitls got him into
trouble
Bobby was relieved by Jtmmie
Lovelady, while the SmMfS
pitcher, Klrchmeir went the
whole distance, allowed four hits
bat only one run. The win for
the Smokies give them sole
possession of first place.
COPPERS ARREST
COUNCILMEN
Notional League
Teams
Brooklyn .
Chcalo .
Pittsburgh
Boston .
St. Louis .
New York ,
Cincinnati
W L
1
1
1
3
2
5
4
Pet.
.SOO
.750
.750
.400
.383
.286
.200
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn
New York at Philadelphia (Ni
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N).
American League
Juan Diaz II Unanimously Decisions
Baby Green; K.O's Feature Program
Teams
Cleveland .
Chicago .
Washington
New York .
Boston .
Detroit .
Philadelphia
W
s
4
4
3
3
1
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St. Louis.....1
Pet.
.833
.00
.800
.600
.500
.200
.167
.167
TODAY'S GAMES
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 010 000 01114 7 1
New York 000 301 00003 8 0
Erskine, Pallca, Newcombe
2-0) and Campanella.
Maglle (0-11 and Westrum.
Boston 000 200 1205 13 3
Phila. 101 000 0226 13 1
8ain (0-1 > and Cooper.
Church U-Oi and Seminick.
Wilber.
(FIRST GAME i
Pittsburgh 300 001 1027 11 2
Cincinnati 100 210 1003 11 3
Dickson, Werle 11-0 and Mc-
Cullough. Fitzgerald.
Blackwell (0-21, Perkowsky
and Prames
(SECOND O AME)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Post-
poned (Rain).
Chicago 000 303 32010 10 2
St. Louis 011 201 000 5 8 0
Rush, Schuitz 11-0) and Wal-
ker.
Boyer. Munger (0-1 ). Wilks.
Brazzle. Dusak and Oaragiola.
000 010 1002
020 100 OOx3
(0-1), Trucks
Detroit
Chicago
Rogovin
Ginsberg.
Pierce (2-0) and Masi.
and
(FIRST GAME i
Phila. 100 001 0035 11 1
Boston 203 100 OOx6 10 0
Fowler (0-1), Scheib and Tip-
ton.
Scarborough (1-0). Kinder.
Parnell and Guerra.
(SECOND GAME)
Phila. 220 0004 5 1
Boston 511 OOX7 8 1
Wyse (0-1), Coleman. Martin
and Astroth.
Nixon. Masterson (1-0). Kin-
der and Rosar.
(Called because of Sunday
Curfew
New York at Washington,
Postponed (Rain).
(FIRST GAME i
St. Louis 100 110 000 3 7 2
Cleveland 002 330 02x10 10 1
Overmlre, Kennedy (0-1'.
Schacht, Medllnger, Pilette and
Moss.
Wynn (2-0) and Hegan.
(SECOND OAME)
St. Louis 001 100 1003
The Curundu Councilmen were
stopped by the Coppers 7-3.
Bobby Best toed the hill for the
Curundu chaps, but It was not
his day and he proved no puzzle
to the gendarmes, especially M
the police lad Elwood Phillips
who collected three hits.and re-
ceived credit for the victory.
It was a close game going In-
to the last Inning with the cop- _, -, ., .
52.fflffSir^KuM Graham-Smith Upset victors
the victory for the Police.
ALL DRESSED UP
PHILADELPHIA. (NiSA)
FrankUln Field was redecora' ed j Cleveland 301 000 OOx4 7
and new track beds were made Sleater (O-li and Lollar.
for Mie Penn Relays, Apr, 27-23 Garcia (1-0) and Tebbetts.
by
a
JOE WILLIAMS
Aloysius Jerome Egan didn't get to make h,*nl"fm,*tm.e
in Detroit this time around. They musfUave missed him. too.
Fer some 40 years the gay, able Irishman was part of the team,
part of the town itself. ..i i orine
Wish, as everybody called him, went back to the early I9ws
when the Fords, the Bennetts, the Fishers and other young in-
dustrialists were lust beginning to hit pay dirt big in the auto-
motive field: but in those days he was more interested in devel-
oping a hop on his fast ball than perfecting a self-starting en-
He didn't leave much of a heritage as a pitcher; it was as
digger-upper and developer of raw talent that he will be remem-
bered most. You can put him down as the best the game ever
saw and nobodv's going to make you pull back. Curiously, he
specialized in home growns, seldom venturing beyond the Michi-
gan state lines. He may have been the first to work it that way.
The list of players he brought in Is as long as George Mlkan s
aim Hal Newhouser. Art Houtteman, Ted Gray. Bill Pierce. Hoot
Evers. Johnny Groth. Barney McCosky, Dick Wakefield. Fellows
like that. Me made deals in other ways that were to help the
Tigers greatlv. Like the ones for Dlzr.v Trout and George Kell.
He wouldn't take any credit for the Kell deal and actually
Be didn't have much coming, except that he waa the man Con-
nie Mack wanted to do business with in his hotel suite that
warm May afternoon In '46... His old friend Wish, nobody else.
"If I didn't know Connie I would have to say he had been
drinking,'' Egan remarked, blushing mentally at such irreverence.

Houtteman Was His Boy
Connie had stipulated there was to be no bargaining. It had
to be Kell lor McCosky even up. or there would be no deal. What
he had no wav ol knowing was that the Tigers were so eager to
get Kell. Egan had been Instructed to add considerable cash.
Three years later Kell was leading the league in hitting.
Nobody seemed to want Dizzy Trout when Egan took him
for $15,000 from Indianapolis. And for several years nobody
around Detroit could make the deal add up, either. "But Egan
was sure Trout could win in big time. "You can't rush these
young fellows. You don't buy them as finished products. What
Vju invest in is their future." Four years later Trout was a 20-
trame winner.
I heard of Art Houtteman at least two years before the Tigers
ave hlni a uniform He was still in high school when Egan was
escribing hlni as a right-handed Newhouser... "He's got every-
thing it takes. All he needs Is time"... Egan used to go out
to the school field and coach the youngster himself. Last season,
alter a late start he won 19.
Wakefield was Egan's deepest disappointment. He had hoped
that the strange voung man who had started the bonus frenzy
($52.000 while still In colleRei might develop Into his most cele-
brated find. For a while it looked as it might do iust that. too.
Wakefield came out of the Navy in mldseason in '44 to hit .355
and carrv the Tleers from seventh to first. That, however, was
the last time he looked i'ke a big leaguer.
Nobody will ever know how much Egan puzzled over wliat
came to be known as his problem child, how manv different ap-
proaches he tried. "Such a wonderful swing and such a poor
mental attitude." he would groan. What made it all the harder
to take was the. great fondness he held for the likable but un-
predictable young man.

The Bald-Headed Chinaman
The late Frank Navln was Egan* great pal. He had brought
him into the Tiger organization after Wish's pitching davs with
tne St. Louis Cardinals had come to an end, hastened by arm
soreness. Having owned the club and raced some good horses.
he liked to bet. too. If tne Information was eood he'd bet heavy.
The racing season was on in Windsor across the river, one
earlv spring when Egan was sent down to the lawn to bet a
sizable sum with the bookies on a lowlv esteemed nag named
Nick CulloD- Egan was well known and his tudgment respected.
"Whv are vou betting this bum?" the bookies asked.
"Sentiment." smiled Egan blandly "The horse 's named after
an old left-handed Ditcher I used to know "
Navin's information had proved excellent. The horse gallop-
ed The next scene Is bookie payinc off Egan:
"Four hundred, five hundred... Sentiment.. Six hundred,
arven hundred... An old left-handed pitcher... Eight hundred,
nine hundred You and that blanketv, blanketv bald-headed
Chinaman ud there In the box."
This was the affectionate way the Windsor booklee referred
to the Detroit owner and Wish i old pal
SEARS KNOCK OUT AUTOMEN
The Catalog Kids overcame
two home run smacks and won
7-4. In the first inning Pedro
Salas hit for four bases and in
'-e thlrrt Bruce Ba'emen dup-
licated the feat. In fact Bruce
nearly had one in the first, but
was robbed when Bud Curdts
made a circus one hand catch
in right field. Bud fell but held
on to the ball.
A'so the eight year old Roy
Watson of Sears drew loud and
mighty applause from the stand-
when he made a leaping one
hand stab of a Texas leaguer
behind first base. The fine field-
ing helped Ronnie Mead to gain
the win. and Ronnie allowed on-
ly three hits, two of which were
the homeruns plus a two bagger
for Durham.
Curdts and Wenkloaky with
two hits each were the leading
hitters. Salas and Batemen
shared the pitching chores for
the Automen, with Salas taking
tr
INJURIES HURT THREE
TEAMS
Three teams, the league lead-
ing Smokies, the Diablo-Hlllmen
Automen and the Saints have
lost the service of three star
players. Bill Black, the Smokies
ntur short stop suffered a frac-
tured arm and will be out for
i -e c the season.
This 1> a big loss to the
Smokies who are making a bid
for the second half. The Auto-
men's versatile Ralph Lelsy will
also be out for the rest of the
campaign because of a broke.i
thumb.
And for the Sclnle. Larrv
Slegel Is under medical care for
u -. soruers MVlth the
wonderful pitching the Salnis
are getting Larry's powpr hit-
ting will be sorely needed. Ail
iniurles were sustained not on
the ball fields but elsewhere.
In Best Ball Play At Summit
Two "lambs," Percy Orahain i ball of two under par for the 17
and Jack Smith, from Summit I holea played and were at no
were led to the laughter Sun- j time behind in the match. They
day In their semi-final golf' took a three up lead in the first
match In the National Distiller* seven holes by Smith having
tournament. The 'lambs." how-1 birdies on two and four, and
ever, displayed ice water nerves' Graham contributing his birdie
and superb golfing technique. I on the 7th. Then the Panama
plus the familiar Summit Hills I combination of Mitten and
"sweater-girl" team spirit, while ; Shannon wen 8 and 9 with pats.
Juan Dlaa II gain proved his
mastery over Bantamweight
Champ Baby Green by scaring a
unanimous ten-round decision
over the Utter at the Panama
National Gym before a scant
crowd.
Green, suffering from a bad
cold, spent meet of the bout
klowing his no*. However,
whether a fit Green could have
beaten the perfectly condition-
ed Juan Dias II was another
problem.
Diat boxed tings abound Green
and bit him at will. Only Diaz'
lark of a devastating punch
prevented Green from being
knocked oat.
Green took only two rounds
on our score card. These were
the fourth and the ninthhis
best round when he corner-
ed Diaz several tines and tried
desperately for a knockout.
The winner weighed only 114
3/4 against Green's 117 !i.
The other three bouts n the
program had short endings. The
main semifinal tia only 2:98
minutes of the first round. Sub-
stitute I.upe Pancho knocked
Beto Scantlebury kicking with
one solid right hand smash to
the chin. Pancho weighed 131
1/4. Scantlebury 133'^.
The other scheduled six-
rounder ended In 2:23 of the
third. In this contest Bvron
< umherbatch flattered Ray Nel-
son after aeveral furious ex-
changes. Cumberbatch veighed
11.1'.; against Nelson's 115.
The first bout of the evening
was one of the shortest ever seen
locally. Melvin Bourne, making
hi* first pro start, dispatched
Cisco Kid in 53 seconds of the
first round. Bourne tipped the
scales at 114 3/4 against the
Kid's 115.
Gun Club Motes
PAUL LAROCHELLE WINS TOUGH RIFLE MATCH
If Uncle Joe Stalin has his boys here on the Isthmus to pass
Dim the word on what gives, he'll get bad news tonight. The Am-
erican rifleman hasn't lost his touch with his traditional weapon
yet, if the result* of Sunday's match at Far Fan with the 30-06
big gun are any criterion.
4u .Tw.*n^"eilLt hooters took part In an eyhlbltlon of shooting*
tnat should make all Isthmians proud of local prowess with the
military rifle, uncle Sam has seen fit to label a score of 172
out of a possible 195 (39 hots. 27 of Which are rapid fire) an
expert score. In yesterday's match there was only one score un-
der the expert class, and that was a left handed man ilrlnst
a new rifle for the first time.
over
they defeated the highly favor-
ed combination of Dr. Mitten
and Matt Shannon 2 and 1.
Oraham and Smith had a best
'Y' Hoop League
Services
The next 6 holes were halved,
With birdies on the 2nd and 6th
and with pars on the remaining
holes, to make the one up lead
of Smith and Graham loom
larger and larger. The 15th hole
was won by Smith, to give the
"lambs" a two up lead. The 16th
hole was halved with pars us
Mitten's 6 ft. putt for a birdie
hung on the upper lip of the cup.
The 17th hole found both teams
V M r A Warm. Rk
Lealuc comnlei^d if, Hrtf week lavlng par golf ifi close the
League completed its tirst wees., .. ..,.mh-
of play last Friday. Ten teams!
are entered and after one round
of plav will be divided into "A"
ami "B" Leagues.
5700th M. & S. from Albrook
match and place the "lambs
from Summit" in the finals.
The other semi-final match
found Kulikowskl and Wood of
aeainTs'vear ha-i'the "nower- i Brazos Brook defeating Smiling
house." Ud'bv Car PurcelHall Al Cors.le and Bob Modinger bv
and Ingram. "M Si 8" will again *sHc0e f *nd VhuU"W.Si?
be the team to beat. 504th from I f "li?* afl,!d?. M
Fort Knbbe also has b inat ao- lfl holes and finished one under
Stin team0 kindle a*nd #* This' tacldentuly. marks the
CHEW THIS TASTY
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Scieote styi: Jutt it chewing rout
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So don't punish your stomach with
harsh, old tashioned laxatives. Gat
r'cen-a-miot from your chemist bow.
Take eiactly as directed and feel no*.
Banachi are again this year top
performers, and high scoring
forwards.
5700th Air Base Group. Hd'i
15th Naval District. Special
Troops all have strong teams
and should finish In the first
divisions.
Results of last weeks p'.ay:
Tuesday: Special Troops 33
U. S. Army Hospital 24.
Tuesday: 1978th A.A.C.S. 40 ln* Bho,p and w)5hma" one up.
37th Engineer 25 i *"d K01"11*011 and LeBrun de-
Wednesday: 5700th ABS 43-' i,tlnr *r,.rte nd MeKenney
lflth Naval District 40. (over- | ^lr.e,iantw.0,rfr im*.cfhe2 com:
time, | prising the first flight. Second-
Thin '-v 5700th M et 8 57 illBht matches were Daniels and
third year out of the four that
the National Distillers has held
the tournament that Kulikow-
skl has reached the finals. Last
year Kulikowskl and Wood were
runners-up to "La Cosa" Johnny
MacMurray and "Siete Octavos
Jaime de la Guardia.
The other matches of the day
found DeLuca and Hollis defeat-
Sped' ops 32.
i Sim Engineers 39
keepi i.
Frida.,: 15th Naval Dhitxict 63
- nt4-l| AAA 31. *
Friday: 5700th ABC 44Rod-
man Navv 29.
Games this week. Tuesday:
AACS vs. 5700th M6tS. Special
Troops vs 37th Engineers: Wed-
nesday: 504lh vs 764thAAA Hdq
15th Naval District vs Rodman:
Sears defeated Youngblood and
Roettcher two up. while the
team of Collins and Getman
defeated the young teen-agers
team of Hammond and Hinklc
5 and 4.
Finals of all three flighU will
be played at Summit Hills next
Sunday. April 29th. and prizes
will be awarded bv the National
Distillers Immediately following*
Identical Twins
Play Foe Balboa
The game between the Balboa
Bulldogs and uhe Canal Zone
Junior College tonight will fea-
ture identical guards, the
diminutive, light weight Kou-
rsny twins. Oscar and Edgar.
The twins are juniors playing
their second year of basketball
for Balboa High. Last year they
played on the Junior Varsity to
the confusion of their opponents.
There were Just too many Kou-
ranys on the floor.
Balboa High will be the host
for the cagers from the Junior
College tomorrow evening at
7:00 p. m. at Balboa Gvmnasium.
This will be the first inter-
scholastlc game for the Bulldogs
and the second for the Oreen
Wave who lost a well-played
game to Cristobal High School
on Friday evening.
The Bulldogs were defeated in
their first game of the CZJC
Tournament to the Cristobal All
Stars by 2 points in what the
experts felt was a well-played
ball game and a tough one to
lose. The BHS is the youngest
squad of the league In exprelnce
and returning lettermen. All
members of the sanad other
than. Jim Brady and Leon Her-
ring were Junior Varsity mem-
bers last year.
Much of the defensive strength
Is carried by the two lettermen
of the squad. Oscar and Edgar
Kourany. They are fl ft. 5 Inches
in height weighing''only 121 lbs.
However, for fight and ball-
handling they can't be beaten.
Jim Brady. 6 ft. 3 In. Is tell man
for the club and should be easily
the best eager of the group.
Juan Fnnco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Raymond $4.80. $3.20. $280.
2Juan Hulncho $13. $7.20.
3La Suerte $6.
SECOND RACE
1Duque $24.40. $6.40. $4.
2Filigrana $6.40. $3.60.
3El Mao $3.60.
Firtf Doubles:
(Raymond-Duque) $57.80,
THIRD RACE
1Casablanca $15. $9. $2.20.
2El Mono $11.20, $2.20.
3Helen B $2.20.
Third Race One-Two:
(Casablanca-El Mono $356.
FOURTH RACE
I-Mueco $10.40. $3.20. $3.
2Manolete $3.20. $2.80.
Thursdav: U.S. Hospital vs expected to continue throughout
AACS. 5700th M Si S vs. 37th En-1 the afternoon and on Into the
gineers: Friday: 764th AAA vs I evening. All Isthmian golfers are
^V0F.-rth i Quiniela:
Mueco-Manolete i $10.80.
Rodman The second names be-
tween 504th and 5700th A.B.C.
will be plaved on May 3rd, The
first game starts at 7 d. m.
Sharp. The public is cordially in-
vited. There Is no admission fee.
cordially invited to celebrate the
victories of the eventual cham-
pions and to close the chapter
of the 1951 National Distillers
Golf Tournament.
FIEN-A-MINT
M
FIFTH RACE
1Dictador $440. $2 20.
2Main Road $2.40.
SIXTH RACE
1Gri.su $4.60. $3.20. 2.40.
2-NavaJo Trail $19.60. $5.
3Prestigio $2.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Wild Wire $8.60. $3.40. $2 40.
2Lituana $4 80. $2.60.
3Pamphlet $2.40.
Second Doubles:
(Grlsu-Wlld Wire) $15.20.
EIGHTH RACE
1Welsh Fox $3.60. $3.80, $2.80
2 Frutal $4.60. $3.80.
3Callmedear $3 60.
Eighth Race Quiniela:
(Welsh Fox-Frutal i $8.20.
Ninth Race One-Two:
1Silver Domino $2.80. $2 80.
$2.60.
2Islero $4.60. $3.60.
3Tartufo $20.
Ninth ace ORne-Two:
(Silver Domino-Islero) $9.
TENTH RACE
1Camaru $5.20. $2.40. .
2Blido ie> $2.20.
ELEVENTH ACE
1-Riding East $4.80, $3.80.
3-Mllros $3.60.
Rapid Total
135 192
135 192
134 ISO
134 189
134 188
154 188
133 188
132 187
134 188
HI 18$
133 1M
132 180 a
132 184
131 184
130 184
132 183
133 18$
132 181
131 179
131 178
123 177
138 176
122 176
123 175
122 172
117 166
Three shooter* broke into the charmed circle of scores
II in this fine exhibition of marksmanship. Paul La-
Rochelle of the Marine Barracks fired 192, just one point
under the local record, to take firs tplace award,
in second and third place were the two terrible old men
Sift f# deJlght. mlak'nlf things tough for the youngsters.
n iaf*y of the Albrook-Curundu Gun Club tied LaRochelle'gt
.y. Both shooters fired possibles In rapid fire, with the Marina
vanning on the strengh of his standing score. The unfortunate
Sturtevant Todhunter Todd, whose 190 was enough to win an"
average competition found himself in third place to the eternal
disgrace of the great southwest, as both LaRochelle and Jaffrav
are unregenerate Yankees from New England. LaRochelle a down-
east er from Maine and Jaffray a wooden nutmeg merchant from
Connecticut!
Fi.',5f,,wJth the succeM of this match, Al Joyce, the Balboa
oun Club s Rifle Manager, lost no time In anounclng a retake for
Sunday the 6th of May. It Is assumed that this match will bo
foi blood with no holds barred, as the boys try to prove who la
tJl?e.Jbe8.t m*n wlth thBt bl$ rm*- Without having any great In-
dividual stars, our Isthmus has a fine bunch of marksmen with
the 30-06: and as a body, they need bow to no other part of
the country over the DCM course of fire.
Yesterday's scores in detail:
Competitor slow
Paul LaRochelle, Marines...... 57
Bill Jaffray, Alb.-Cur........... 57
Sturtevant Todd, Balboa........ 56
Wayne Lucas, Balboa ......... 55
Jos. Zembroskl. Marines........ 54
Clayton Breckon. Balboa ....... 54
Fred Wells, Balboa ......-...... 55
Bob Demlng, Alb.-Cur.......... 55
Al Joyce, Balboa ............... 52
Earl Mitchell, Alb.-Cur......... 85
R. C. Springer, Marines ........ 92
Jimmy Weeks, Marines......... 53
Wra, Way, Marines ............. 55
Lyman Jackson, Balboa ........ 52
Bob Harris, Marines___^...... $3
Andrew Pompura, Marines .... 54
Lew Ryan. Balboa.............. 51
Jack O'Connell, Balboa......... 40
Ted Albrltton, Balboa .......... 49
G. H. Duckworth, Balboa ...... 48
L. H. Pratt, Marines............ 47
Archie Turner, Balboa ......... 54
Jack Ellis, Marines ............. 48
BUI Merrlman, Alb.-Cur......... 54
Noel E. Gibson. Cristobal ....... 52
Ervln F. Schrunk, Marines...... 50
Boyd W. Ferry, Balboa......... 49
Ed (Pop) Townseiid To Be
Honored At Annual Softball
League Dance Friday Night
By TOM FOLEY \
Ed "Pop" Townsend. manager
of this year's Pacific SoTball
League championship Elks'
team, will be honored at the
loop's annual dance to be staged
at the El Rancho Gardens from
9:00 p. m. to 1:00 a. m. on Fri-
day evening.
This "grand old man of Isth-
mian Softball" was appointed
honorary chairman of the affair
by the committee which is
headed by Don Bowen. pilot of
the runner-up Firemen's In-
surance club. Townaend. who
steered the Elks to last year's
victory, will again receive tlw
valuable league trophy to be
presented by George Stanley,
the 951 prexy.
It was during 1934. when
"Fop" arrived on the Isthmus
and softball was played with the
larger ball on the old Razzberry
Park diamond, that he first be-
came Interested in the local
sport. In 1938 a year after the
game was speeded up to Its pre-
sent tempohe led the Ap-
prentice-Learners to a victori-
ous finish, and repeated the
feat a year later with the Mech-
anical Division's Gashouse Nine
With the 1950 v 1951 Elks'
championship titles, this record
amounts to four pennants out
of four tries for the veteran
manager.
Townsend attributes all his
success to the team harmony
he has received from the players,
and maintains that the people
on the Canal Zone may witness
as good ball games here as are
seen in the States where the
contests are attended by thou-
sands of fans.
Ed "Fep" Townsend
Awards at Friday night's
celebration will also be present-
ed to W. Jennings Turner, tht
league's leading hitter with a
.417 average: George Skinner,
home run king with 8 circuit
clouts: and Fritz Cheney, the
loop's wlnningest hurler with a
22-6 standing.
Chairman Bowen has an-'
nounced that the public is in-
vited to attend the Party U
Dance where a chance on a
valuable prize and a program of
entertainment wUl be Included
in the price of the one dollar
tickets.
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pacific Society
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UNITED STATES EMBASSY STAFF HONORS
MR. AND MRS. PHELAN AT FAREWELL PARTY
Raymen. Ph.Un. Attache and <>"CW '
United States Embassy In '"*mj *'**! "!."'3
bats?, presented to the Fhelans the staffs farewell gift, a
^^.^M^PhlanTnY^rf.mU, wl leave Prtaar
f.r WMMntlM. D. C, where they will spend vacation be-
fere coin* to hla new poet.
Arrival from Pern
Mrs. Clemente Arm, wife of
the Flrit Secretary of the Peru-
vian Embaaiy in Panama. U ex-
pected to arrive today aboard the
SS Santa Margarita from Peru.
She Is accompanied by the;r
young con.
Dr. and Mrt. Raymond
Hosts at Dinner
Dr. and Mn. Frank Raymond
gave an Informal dinner las:
evening at their residence in Be-
lla Vista. The party honored Cy-
rus T. Helm and Don Carlos
Dunaway. former residents of Pa-
nama, who came here for the Es-
so Conference.
Birth Announcement
Dr. and Mrs. John Wilson
Clark, of Wtlliamsport, Pa., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
their first child, yesterday at the
Wllllamapori Hospital. The ba
by' grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs, Herbert Clark of Panama
and Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
McLavy of Balboa Height.
Officers Club. Covers were laid
for 54. The president, Mrs. Rcsj,
introduced Mrs. Sansler, a guest'
of Mrs. Swain and Mrs. Becker,
a new member of the club. Mrs.
Robert Douglas and Mrs. Row-
land Pelxotto won the door priz-
es. After the luncheon bridge
was played.
The club is planning a tea to
be held Thursday afternoon In
honor of Mrs. Robert H. Douglas,
wife of the new Regimental
Commander at Fort Kobbe.
Barbecue to Benefit
Day Nursery
The Day Nursery Commltbte of
the Inter American Women's
Club is sponsoring a Barbecue I o
be held Friday at 7 p.m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo
Miro. No. 14 Calle Colombia. Tic-
kets at 11.00 are now on sale at
the club's headquarters.
All members of the I.A.W.C.
and their guests are invited.
Visitor at
Peruvian Embas
Emilio Ortiz de Zevtillos, Jr.,
has arrived from Lima for a visi'.
In Panama with his father, tha
Peruvian Ambassador and his
sister, Miss Rosario Ortiz de Ze-
val'oe.
Mrs. Sohier Returns
to Boston
Mrs. David Sohier, the former
Gladys Arias, left Saturday tor
her home in Boston. Massachu-
setts, after a visit with relatives', B
Supper Honors
Mrs. Laughran
Mrs. Audrey Laughran, who Is
resigning from the Quartermas-
ter Office at Corozal. was given
a buffet supper Friday evening
at thi home of Mrs. Dorothy
Payne at Diablo Heights. Among
those present were Mrs. Nellie
Walsh. Mrs. Ruth Robertson. Mrs.
Viola Cody, Mrs. Bonnie Stuc-
land Mrs. Alice Wasman. Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Flgueroa, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Tester, Mrs. Agnes
Thompson, Miss Claire Hermau-
ny and Joseph Oppenhelmer.
Altai- Guild
Meets Tonight
Tho Altar Guild of St. Luk.-'s
Cathedral meets tonight at 7:30
In the Guild Room of the Ca-
thedral.
Guests Invited
to Stamp Club Meeting
Guests are invited to the reg-
ular meeting of the Caribbean
Stamp Club tonight at 7:30 in
the library of the J.W.B. Mr. J.
Dorrow. who lived In China lor
In Panama.
many years, will give a talk
"Stamps of China."
Oil
Dr. and Mrs. Irrln
Honored at Supper Party
Dr. and Mrs. S. 8. Irvin, who |
are leaving within a few weeks to
live in the United States, were
given a farewell cocktail-supper
party Saturday evening by a
f;roup of Dr. Irvin's co-worKers
n the Quarantine Division of
The Panama Canal. The party
was held at Miss Sue Core's a-
paxtment in Ancon.
University
September. Dr. and Mrs. Ossen-
fort will be gone about two
months.
Monthly Luncheon
at Fort Kobbe
The Mesdames Stewart, Ryan,
Powell and Schlndling were hos-
tesses for the monthly luncheon
of the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives
Cluo held Thursday at the pos"
Woman Wins Divorce
On Third Attempt
WORCESTER. Mass., April 28.
(UP).Mrs. Grace Reynolds tried
three times In one day to get a
divorce She made It on the third
try.
She first charged In probate
court that her husband deserted
her in Connecticut In September,
1846. She came to Worcester
shortly after he left her, Mrs.
Reynolds said.
To Attend
Son's Graduation
Dr. and Mrs. William F. Os-
senfort of Balboa Heights will sal?
Friday on the SS Cristobal and
in June will attend the gradua-
tion of their son, William Ossen-
fort, from Rice Institute. Mr.
Ossenfort plans to enter Baylor the judge again. Her husband left
University Medical School in her in Dec. 1945, not Sept. 1946,
Duplicate Bridge
Tonight at Diablo
All bridge players are Invited
to take part in the weekly dupli-
cate contract bridge tournament
to be played tonight at 6:45 at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
Tarn Bar' Check
Embarrasses Cirl
MADISON, WU., April, (UP)
When a bar is not a tavern It
can get a young girl into lots of
trouble, a University of Wiscon-
sin co-ed found out.
When a check she'd make oul
to a "bar" arrived at the bank the
cashier called the girl's father.
The latter telephoned His daugh-
ter and delivered a lecture on be*
havlour befitting a young lady
and the privilege of attending
the university, ending with an
ultimatum to stay out of taverrs.
The puzzled girl didn't find out
until h later trip home that what
prompted the call was a check
cashed at -The Yarn Bar." a 3hop
near the campus which sells on-
ly knitting and crocheting sup-
plies.
Boys Keep Up
Tradition
ACOB^on
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
'How do you go about run-
ning a large Canasta party or
tournament?" asks a Pittsburgh
reader.
If it's a very large tourna-
ment, your best bet is to get a
professional director. The near-
est large bridge club can prob-
ably recommend somebody. It
takes a lot of planning to ar-
range all the tables, chairs, tally
cards, pencils, playing cards
and so forth, to say nothing of
the tournament Itself.
If you want to run the tourna-
ment yourself, vour first ques-
tion is how to get the players.
You'll probablv have to ad-
vertise. It's a good idea to the
the proceeds to a worthy local
charitv to attract players who
are charity minded.
oet supplies bv setting up one
samle table with everything
needed for the actual tourna-
ment. Then multiply by the
number of tables you need, plus
some spares.
Line up the tables in one long
row. Label the head of the row
"North" and the bottom of that
row of tables "South." (Don't
oav env attention to the actual
North and South directions.)
When the players arrive, assign
half of them to North-South
seats and the other half to
East-West seats. Everybody in a
fnrth or p South ?eat stavg put
all through the evening. Every-
body in an East or a west seat.
however, moves to a different
table whenever a change Is
called.
Each table is numbered, and
the movement of the East-West
players is from their original
table to the table with the next
higher number, and so on. When
a nlayer moves from the las'
table, he goes to table number
one.
The tournament director (or
host) eets ever','", "'"
all of the players have stralggled
in. The director then rn
Anti-Noise Week
Puts Din Stress
On US Industry
NEW YORK, April 23 (UP)
The 11 effects of unnecessary and
excessive din on rearmament pro-
duction workers of unnecessary
noise will be stressed during Na-
tions Abatement Week, April 15-
21.
During the week, cities through-
out the country will be asked to
high-light anti-noise programs
conducted the year-round to ed-
ucate the public on the harmful
effects of needless noise In horn?,
store, factory, street and office.
More than a score of commun-
ities are expected to compete lor
the National Noise Abatement
Council's achievement awards,
which are presented to these
places which do outstanding work
aimed at reducing noise and con-
duct educational campaigns.
Active noise abatement pro-
grams haa been carried out for
several years In New York, Chi-
cago. Memphis, Atlanta, Roches-
ter, N.Y.. Evansvllle, Ind., Jack-
sonville, Fia., Salt Lake City and
Baltimore. Various other cities
enforce anti-noise ordinances,
aimed chiefly at reducing noise
in streets and factories.
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M
Of Flag Raising
BROCKTON, Mass., April 23
(UP i Every day for 46 yearn, t
Waldo L. Reed raised the Amerl-: how the piayers move, how to
can Hag on a pole in his yard. core, and so on, after which the
He came to be known as "Brock- signal to begin play is given. .
ton'-, most patriotic citizen." During each round, the play-
Now he is dead at the age of 72.1 ers at each table plav lust two
But the flag-raising ceremony hands of Canasta. Evervbodv
it ill '.-. a daily fixture. Two neigh-1 starts the first hand with
bors. Bobby Smith, 10, and John- score of 140C
ny Bergeron, 13. run up the Hag
each morning.
The judge denied her a decree
because she had not bent a resi-
dent of the state for five years.
A little later she appeared before
she said.
Still no good. Mrs. Reynolds
had filed her suit before she be-
came a five year resident, the
judge held.
Irked Dad Nearly Looks
Gifth Horse Ir Mouth
SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 23,
(UP) Oeorge W. Hoxie of Yre-
ka, Calif., is a hard man to do
business with.
A Yreka car dealer called up 'o
ask. "When are you coming for
your new car?"
Hoxle made a few remarks and
hung up.
The car dealer called later arid
got the same result. Finally he
went to see Hoxie.
Hoxie, In choice words, tj'd
him he hadn't ordered any oar.
The explanation was that
Hoxle's son In Washington. DC-
After dredging her memory; nad ordered the car and had it
some more, the woman came back
a third time. She had recalled
finally the correct date of her
husband's desertion. It was Sept.,
1045. she said.
The divorce was granted.
Geneticist Says World Is.
Breeding To Starvation
By PAUL F. ELLIS
NEW YORK, April 23, (UP) health and economic reforms
An expert in genetics contends have caused In Puerto Rico, Ja-
the population of the worM Is pan and other congested cou:i-
lncreasing so rapidly that the tries, there is an urgent need for
human race may eventually be a simple foolproof contraceptive,''
he said.
Cook also holdsand probably
will be challengedthat religious
objections to birth control will
not likely remain strong "In the
face of world famine."
He pointed to Puerto Rico as
one of the danger spots of over-
production, and said:
"That the conditions of life of
some Puerto Rlcans have improv-
ed can not be denied, but the
fact remains that a tropical pa-
radise has been turned into a
min-made slumand there ma:'
be worse to follow."
Cook said that if the Puerto
Rlcan birth rate should be gen-
eral over the world It would
mean that In 100 years there
would be about 10.000 persons for
every square mile of the "earth's
land area mountains and de
serts. polar tundra and tropical
salt marsh."
"Each of the earth's four thou-
sand million arable acres would
have to feed 125 people." he sari.
"Even if science could find a way
to synthesize bread and beef-
steaks from sea water, could such
a multitude be fed?"
shipped as a present to his fa-
ther The dealer thought Hoxie
knew about it.
starved out of existence.
By the year 2,160, according to
Robert C. Cook, the world will
have at least 18.4 thousand mil-
lion human beings, and that If
the increased Puerto Rican birth
rate should spread to other coun-
tries (he world's population
would be around 36 thousand
millions of persons.
Cook, a member of the staff of
Oeoige Washington University
and editor of the Journal of Her-
edity, makes his observations in
a new book, "Human Fertility:
The Modern Dilemma." publish-
ed today by William Sloan Asso-
ciates.
The over-production of human
beings in the world was described
by Cook as "next to the atom
bomb as a threat to western cul-
ture." He said that more food will
not solve the problem, "but mere-
ly aggravate It"
"More food," he said, "vlll
simply mean more babies, as In
Puerto Rico beiween 1900 and
1950. or in Ireland after the In-
troduction of the potato.
"To prevent the catastrophic
Increase in numbers that public
Boy Will Carry On
With Slug in Brain
SALT LAKE CITY. April 23
(UP) Leon Ray Williams ha*
had a 30-30 rifle bullet in h'.s
brain for nearly six years. The
bov spent his ninth birthday in
a Salt Lake City hospital but it
wss a happy one for both Leon
and his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Williams.
The boy was Injured July 15.
1945. when his father fired l"he
rifle at a rat. The bullet ricochet-
instead of zero.
Hence only 50 points are needed
for the first meld. When the
second hand begins, the first
meld depends on the score. If31
usually 90 and sometimes 120
points.
At the end of 25 minutes, the
director should blow a whistle
nnd announce that there Is time
for only one more play by each
player. 8ome tables bv this time
will the players at that table
will be chatting or otherwise
passing the time.
At a table that has not yet
finished with both hands, each
player makes exactlv one play:
after which the hand is scored
as it stands, just as though the
stock had become exhausted.
About a minute or two after
his warning signal, the director
announced a new round, and the
East-West players move to the
next table. Five or six rounds of
plav should take about three
hours, which Is considered a full
evening's play.
The scoring is another story.
'"' discuss that in my next ar-
ticle. _______________________
ed and struck the child in tne
head while he was sleeping. Now
Leon has undergone an opera-
tion for the removal of scar is-
sue and had a steel plate inserted
over the old wound. Williams sa'd
the removal of the scar tissue Is
expected to end periodic convul-
sions the boy has experienced.
Leon has been partially para-
lyzed since the accident but de-
spite the fact the bullet never run
be removed, doctors said the op-
eration will bring the boy to "nctr
normalcy."
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FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:By competitive bid three
1948 Chevrolet ond two 1947
Fords May be seen ot 796-X La
Boca Rood, Bolboo. Phone 272-
4143 doys, 2-1475 evenings for
oppointment. Bids close April 30th.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury. 4-door
with rodio, 7000 miles. Phone
85-4269 before 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick Super Con-
vertible, 2.400 miles, rodio,
hydraulic windows top reosonoble.
Phone 82-5236. 4 to 6.
FOR QUICK SALE:1949. 4-door
Nosh 600 Sedan, excellent condi-
tion. First reosonoble offer buys.
Coll 83-2294 or see ot 538-B
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: CHEVROLET Vi ton
Pickup 1949, excellent condition,
5 speed transmission, undercooted,
overload springs, heavy duty rear
bumper, heoter. Phone Navy Paci-
fic 3758.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash Statesman,
4-door Sedon with radio, seat co-
vers, weather-eye heater and de-
froster. Reasonable price. Can be
. financed. Tel. Balboa 2-1710 or
Balboa 2-1595, Corey. 'House
5715-C Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE:1947 Plymouth Tudor,
rodio $900 and 1949 Chevrolet
Club Coupe $1,350 in excellent
condition. Can be financed. Con-
tact quarters 2013-B or Phone
83-6159.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
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plui 7< per mile.
Insurance and driving
permit included.
Coll Panama 2-1995.
Garage Elias.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:35 mm. Welta Comer and
Case in Balboa Theatre. Reward.
Call 85-3172,
LOST: One brown wollet in the
name of Frank Diers containing
Panam Cdula. Canal Zone ond
Panam operators licenses. If
found please bring to Diers &
Ullrich. Melndez Ave. and 16th
Street Coln. REWARD!
Florida Executive Is
On Trial For Slaving
Nude Wife and Lover
PALATKA. Fla.. April 23. (UP'
J. P. (Jake) McRae, Jackson-
ville trucking firm executive,
eoes on trial for first degree mur-
der here todav for the shotntun
killing of his pretty wife and her
lover.
The 34-year-old businessman Is
charged with murderini Mrs. Ma-
rie Mr-Rne. 33. and hand^me
jpfircprivllle Safetv Commission-
er Rlr-bnrd D. Button when he
'nun4 them lvln<* n>'d In a wood-
land cabin near here.
S'nte Attorney j. c. Calbotm
"Id MeP*e w"l first h tr|d for
the muT-'"' nf hl wife DefMW
Attorney J. V. Walton sM he will
Rtreniot to how the r>ontln" w
not DrempHttnted unH may trv to
nrove McRae was "temporarily
lnone."
Witresspc tpsttfipd t a coron-
er's l-enrln" thst McPnp and hl
hrother A. O. (Gll> McR->e. who Is
ehnrtrert PR an nccssorv. fim^ tn
trip jclfTt/.,! InlrcMt* r..hM lasf
Nnv is vi'ii two ohotovmnhers
who were hired to take pictures
for n rilvorpe fetlon.
Wh'ie the other waited onr-
sld it v>s tesfifd JpVp went
inside "it'i in pi nun The three men .old the-'
neer.1 two Hasta, from the o-un
then w tbp hushnnd stumble
from the cabin and sav "It's all
ove- "
The be*tlfu] Mr MeRae and
Si'Mon died Ins'intlv.
Coroner's f"stlmonv Indicted
'r.nt MrRa had lono- susneeted
We, wi'e nnd Rnttnn we-p lovers
"^e had worked with the com-
missioner it nip time in promot-
ing a r-hoolboy safety patrol
epmnftfan.
The vo"n. ed as a l|pitnnnt colonel In
Gen Georrre Patton's Third Ar-
rr>'\
M".. McRip was wldelv knti*vn
In Jacksonville for her social wei
fare work.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking arablem?
Write Alcoholic Anonymous
Boa 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
MOTORIST:Why ride your tires
bumpy. SEE YOUR OLD FRIENDS
AT TROPICAL MOTORS ond put
it on the Beor Aligning machine.
The Best of its kind.
FOR RENT
Houses
Interested in a cruise to Venezuela
in a 36 foot ouxiliory ketch? Box
93. Pedro Miguel or House 177-D
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Hiah gloti oil point!
and enamels. MMdaw-proet. $3.25
gallan Tropidure Sterea.
TROPICAL MOTORS, S.A. Reminds
their old friends that we still have
the best glass department in the
country. Why continue to peeep
thru cloudly windshields.
Before going on weekenc trip check
your engine at your i_'d reliable
TROPICAL MOTORS INC. No new
cor owners priority first come first
served.
FOR SALE:Pilot radio, diningroom,
chairs. 766-B Bornoby St., Balboa.
FOR SALEBaby buggy. House 0805
Plank St., Balboa. Tel. 2-2565.
FOR SALE: Brunsigo calculoting
machines, Germon, new. From
$145.00. "Porros," Plazo 5 de
Mayo, Panom.
FOR SALE:Boby corrioge, car-bed,
car-seat, two 8 in., 25 cycle fans,
wicker chair. 1426-A Carr St.
Tel. 2-3583.
WANTED
Miseellaneou
WANTED:Model "A" Ford, fair
conditions, foir price. Call 2-2983
Balboa, offer 4 p.m.
LESSONS
tut i.rrrvRF coup
Phone 7-TW
LOTS FOR ftAI.P
OOHir Pavment SIM
Mnnthlv Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from tl OS
a Meier
For Rent Heavy
around leveling
Equipment tor
We R,nt Laj nr Lona rerma
> Lot Clot at rt and 14 weekly
LESSONS:If you lack poise, grace
or self confidence why not contact
us. Try our privte course. Balboa
YMCA or 274-3105. Harnett &
Dunn.
ALLIES RIPPING
INTO CHINA'S
(Continued from Page 1)
under the weight of an attack by
two Red divisions. Reds wrested a
key hill from the Allies, but u
Communist tank column was re -
pulsed.
Central Front. The Chinese
wedge through between two
United Nations divisions and
captured commanding ground
13 miles southwest of Kumhwa
by sheer weight of numbers.
Though the allies restored the
position briefly they were again
driven back by Chinese rein-
forcements.
The Reds came of over the
ridges and through the valleys
of the 4,000 ft. Kwangdok
mountains like human waves,
ignoring losses described by Al-
lied officers as phenomenally
heavy. One United Nations div-
ision alone fired 25,000 frag-
mentation and white phospho-
rus shells into the Communists.
East Central Front. Some
1.000 to 2,000 Communists broke
into the Allied line west of the
Hwachon resevoir. One Allied
company east of the resevoir
was forced to withdraw, and
another was overrun.
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
quorters with servonts bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Paitillo and Panam Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modern fufnished-unfun-
ished oportment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th Sr. New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
:OR RENT: Two bedroom oport-
ment llving-diningroom. $55 Key,
85 C-iba Avenue.
FOR RENT:Very modern apartment
Ave. Cubo bitween 39th arid 40th
Street. Three bedrooms, who baths,
servont quarters. Information ot
No. 12, 39th St. Monday after 5
p.m.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-
ment Ave. Cuba between 39th and
40th Street. Information ot No. 1 2,
39th St. Monday after 5 p.m.
Leaving for States in Moy for one
year. Want to rent apartment
while away. Inquire 1470-C Hol-
den Street, Balboa after 4:30 p.m.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT: One or two rooms,
furnished or unfurnished in fomily
home to morried couple or single
persons, Bello Vista 45th St. Njp.
14.
FOR RENT:Cool independent furn-
ished room. Splendid surroundings.
All conveniences, Bella Visto No.
13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Very cool furnished
room, facing DeLesseps Park. Ap-
ply 105 Calle Estudiante, corner of
"L" St., Apt. "A," Ponam.
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Pacific Sailfish
Club Will Sell
Furniture Soon
Arrangements for the liquida-
tion of the Pacific Sailfish Club
were started Saturday afternoon
at a meeting of the Club's board
of governors.
First step will be sale of the
furniture and equlnment owned
by the Club. This Includes some
tables and chairs, bar and kit-
chen equipment, glasses, electric
clocks, a radio, typewriter and
adding machine, an electric
sllcer. etc.
Officers and directors will meet
Wednesday evening pt, the club
to nrlce and tac the Items to be
sold and it was expected today
that the sale might start Satur-
day.
No decision has been recher>
s yet on whnt assessment wl'l
have to be made the Pt'fi.h
Club members to clear up the in-
debtedness.
Club president Charles Jack-
son said this cannot be decided
until the eouinment and fur-
niture are sold and proceeds
from these applied against the
club debt.
Casino Sonta Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Gromlich'i Sonto Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rote* Phone
Gomboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
WilHoms Santa Clara Beoch Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Pkillipi. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435, Balboa. Phone
Panam 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Maple crib with mot-
ttess, radio ond record player.
0556-A Chegres St., Ancon. Tel.
2-3690.
FOR SALE:$100.00 Kelvinotor cost
$413 stored in good condition Since
1947. 13 cubic feet, two doors, 25
cycle, open ur\it eosily transformed
to 60 cycles. Telephone 3-0943
Ponam or Box 194 Balboa
Heights.
FOR SALE.1948 general motor
Frigidaire, 25 cycle, excellent con-
dition. Inquire House 0432-J Fron-
giponi Street, Ancon. Phdne Bal-
boa 2-3475.
FOR SALE: Completa household
furnishings, "Salrerini" Iran let,
mahogany bureaus, studio couch,
Maytag washing machine, etc. Ca-
lls 50 Ne. 30, fin* floor. Tel.
3-0638, Ponomi.
HIGH RANKING OFFICERS of the armed fore
Wright, USN, Commanding Officer of the US8
arrival In Balboa Saturday. Pictured above fr
Kiel. Commanding General of the Caribbean
soe, Commandant of the 15th Naval District;
Howze, Chief of Staff of the Caribbean Coram
lng General of the U.8. Army Caribbean; and
Staff of the U.S. Army Caribbean.
es on the Isthmus welcomed Captain George C.
Missouri, on the occasion of big battleship's
om left to right are: Brigadier General Emil C.
Air Command; Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
Caotain Wright; Brigadier General Robert L.
and: Major General Rav E. Porter. Command-
Brigadier General Francis A. March, Chief of
(U.S. Navy Photo)
_ JACOBY ON BRIDGI
FOR SALE:Mohogony dining table
-telephone stand with bench, 7.0
and 6 chairs, $90. Mahogany
telephone stond with bench, $17.
Kitchen table, $4. Mohogony end
toble, $8. Screen for b*by room,
$10. High choir, $10. 3 woy floor
lomp and shode, $10. Toble lomps,
$3 ond $5. Frigidaire, $75. Stove,
$20. Can be seen any time. Call
3-3001. No. 6, 49th Street, "Fron-
conia" Building, Apt. 2-B.
POR SALE: 4 pc. Guatemalan
livingroom, practicolly new. RCA.
Radio. 9088. 10th St. Tel. 670,
Coln.
FOR SALE:Philippine' Rotton bam-
boo set. Magic Chef, gas stove.
Underwood Typewriter, ploy pen,
stroller. Phone 916, Coln.
Panel Discussion
On Panam Schools
Is On PTA Program
Paients and teachers of stu-
dents In the Balboa 8enlor and
Junior High Schools tomorrow
evening will have an opportunity
'o learn of education develop-
ments in the Republic of Pana-
ma.
At the April meeting of the
Balboa Senior Junior High
Scho; PTA in the high school li-
brary a panel discussion will be
presented on educational oppor-
tunities In the Republic.
Lt. Col. Norman Elton will act
as moderator for the speakers
who will represent Panama's Ed-
ucation Ministry, the National
Institute, the University of Pan-
ama and the Institute of Inter-
American Affairs.
Aside from the panel discussion
on education in Panama, tire
PTA will hear two officers frora
last years Girls' State, who v 1
report the purposes and activities
of the state.
T'te meeting will begin at *::3't
pro,
V
Egyptian Bride
To Wear Diamond
But Miss Rites
CAIRO, Egypt. April 23 tUP>
Narrlman Sadek1 will wear dia-
monds and gold on a white silk
wedding gown, when she marries
Egypt's King Farouk May 5, in-
formed sources said today.
They described the Paris-
made wedding dress of the 18-
year-old EgyDtlan beauty as
pure white silk, diamond-stud-
ded and gold-braided. Pinned to
lt will be a large glittering de-
coration of the high order of
Al Kamal. studded with dia-
monds. She will also wear a
smaller cluster of diamonds and
a broad, light blue cordon with
gold-braided fringes.
Miss Sadek, according to Isla-
mic custom, will not be present
at the wedding ceremony which
will make her Egypt's Queen.
She will be putting on her wed-
ding dress at her family vlll-
three miles 'rom King Farouk's
Arblne palace where the mar-
riage act will be signed.
After the ceremony she will
go to the palace where Farouk
will be waiting on the steps In
morning coat. Farouk will intro-
duce his bride to members of
the Royal fnmily and receive
the conrr3ti'l*lons of govern-
ment min'-'-rs and the dlplo
I ma tic corps.
Two Aulo Smashes:
Police Sideswiped,
Doc's Car Burned
One car was a total loss and
another a C. Z. oollce radio
car was damaged badly In
two weekend Pacific Side ac-
cidents.
The demolished car belonged
to Dr. I. R. Berger of the Ancon
dispensary.
En route to Santa Clara and
between Centra and La Chore-
ra on the National Highway, a
pedestrian stepned from the side
of the road in front of Dr. Ber-
ger's 1949 Bulck sedanette.
Dr. Berger swerved to avoid
striking the man. The car went
into a skid, turned around and
ran backward into a deep ditch
where it caught fire. Dr. Berger
and his passenger. Hilton Good-
ridge, escaped with minor cuts
and bruises.
The accident lnvlovlng the
police car took place ot 5:30 a. m.
Sunday on Gaillard Highway.
The radio car. driven by officer
rv. R. Hamed had stopped be-
' hind a bus. An automobile driven
ov Robert J. Byrne, relief man-
ager at the Camp Bierd commis-
sary, was coming In the opposite
direction.
Police said the Byrne car
crossed the center line and side-
swiped the entire left side of the
radio car.
Byrne Is scheduled to anpeas
in Balboa Magistrate's Court
during the afternoon session
today. __________^^
La Boca Sports
Starting May 1. there will be
a Community League for the
women In La Boca. Four teams
have already registered to enter
the league.
Thev are La Boca Jr. Hl-All
Star, High School All Star. Ari
Cola, and Commissary Girls.
Managers It Captains are Jean
Best it George Headlev-Jr. Hi:
Dorothy Joseph St Alfred Far-
rell-Hl School: 81nclalr Brown
it C. Butler-Arsl Cela: St A.
Squires-Commissary Girls.
All games will be played on
Mondays at 3:00 p.m. and Thurs-
days at 6:30 p. m.
Come out and see the selec-
tion game between R. c. Cola
St a combined team of Gatun
* Silver City. The La Bocans
have taken four games and are
looking forward to getting the
cup (" trophv from the Can''
Zone Women's League.
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Opening lead*
"The other day," reports a
Portland correspondent, "I
heard a bridge player say UUtt
another player had 'pipped' him.
What does this mean?"
The pips are the symbols that
stand for the various suits
spades, hearts, diamonds and a
spot-card, the higher the value
of that card. For example, there
are two pips on a deuce, three pips
on a trey, and so on.
When you "pip" a player, yon
hold a spot-card that Is barely
higher than his spot-card. In
other words, you beat him by One
pip.
Quite a lot of pipping went on
In the hand shown today, but :t
was perfectly logical so nobody
calleo South a pipping Tom.
Noith's raise to three hearts
was ciecldedly over ambitious,
and South's Jump to slam was a
needless gamble. He might have
cue-bid his diamonds to find out
whether or not North could show
Interest in that suit. North would
have bid a tame four hearts, and
a bad slam might have been
avoided.
As it was. South bid a slam
that almost any defense could
havj beaten. Almost any defense:
But no defense cquld stop South
once West had opened the eight
of spades.
Dummy played the nine of
spades at the first trick, East
covered with the Jack and South,
won with the king. Declarer cash-
ed the king of hearts and led a
ldw heart to dummy's ten.
The ten of spades was then re-
turnea from dummy. This was a
logical play, because the open-
ing lead was fairly clearly the
"top of nothing," and East was
marked with the queen of spade.-.
East knew he was a marked
man, so he covered the ten of
spades with his queen, and South
finessed the four. South then
cashed the six of spades, discard-
ing the losing diamond from
dummy.
South had made hfs slam by
pipping East in spades.
Musical Harmonizers
Announce Program
At Pacific Clubhouse
Tha Musical Harmonlaers will
present a program entitled "Fes-
tival In Music," at the Pacific
Clubhouse next Sunday at 4 p.m.
Along with the boys will be a
"Female Ensemble" comprised of
12 young ladles with melodious
voices also a "Mixed Orchestra
comprised of prominent young
men of this community.
Another feature on the pro-
gram will be the presentatlonol
all the soloists featured on pre-
vious programs. It will be man-
aged by Hilton Gallimore and di-
rected by the young pianist, Alon-
so Wilson.
This program promises to oe
one of the outstanding musical
event* of the year.
Tickets may be obtained from
any of the members of the group.
Eligibility Rules
Changed For Hiring
On Local-Rale Roll
A change In the regulations
concerning eligibility for em-
ployment on local rate rolls of
he Canal-Ballroad organization
was announced today at Balboa
Heights.
Effective May 1st, eligibility
cards, necessary for employment,
will be issued to persons who
have been terminated by the U.
S. Government or Its contrac-
tors In the Canal Zone after
January 1, 1946, provided that
during their period of employ-
ment In the Canal Zone their
workmanship and conduct have
been satisfactory.
Formerly, only those local
rate employes who had been
terminated by these agencies
within a year were eligible for
employment by the Canal-Rail-
road.
The only other persons eligible
for employment on local rate
Canal-Railroad rolls are:
(1) Recent graduates of oc-
cupational and normal schools
whose training has given them
exceptional qualifications; and
(2) Personnel with special
qualifications when cannot be
found among those who already
hold eligibility cards and whose
employment Is requested In
writing by the prospective em-
ployer.
Eligibility cards issued in ac-
cordance with the present pro-
cedure shall be. valid until
otherwise revoked.
Rome Police Close
Only English Daily
ROME. April 23 iUP> Police
today closed the plant of the
i Dally American, the only Eng-
llsh language daily paper in the
Mediterranean basin.
The closure followed a four
months campaign against the
paper bv a portion of the Ita-
lian press.
The police order said the
printing establishment dlsturb-
i ed neighbors with the noise of
Its presses.
Series On Truman's
Associates Wins
1950 Clapper Award
WASHINGTON, April 23, (UP)'
Paul Martin, chief Washington !
correspondent for the Gannett'
newspapers, was given th!
seventh annual Raymond Clap;
per Memorial Award for "excep
tlonally meritorious" work by a,
Washington writer during 1960. ,
He won the $500 prize for a se- j
rles of articles published last A-1
pril cbout "The Men Around Tru-'
man"
The award was established a1
a memorial to the late Washing-1
ton reporter and columnist or
the Scrlpps-Howard newspaper
who was killed In a plane crash
In the Pacific during the war. ,
The Judges were Carl D. Groat,'
editor. Cincinnati Post; Alexan-
der F Jones, executive editor, Sy-
racuse Herald-Journal; Georgel
W. Healy, Jr., managing editor,
New Orleans Times Picayune y
HokeS. Welch, managing editor,
Miami Daily News and Philip W
Porter, assistant Sunday editor,
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
In announcing their decision,
the judges said: "Mr. Martin'*
series contributed tg 'public en-
lightenment and sound demo-
cracy' by picturing the key men
around the President and de-
scribing their influence In the)
formation of Government poli-
cy"
BRAKES
TIGHTEN
(Continued from Page I)
the pinch" of shortages caused
b defense production.
Leon H. Keyserling,,chairman
. President Truman's council of
economic advisers, warned, how-
ever, that further inflation may
be the cost "we have to pav for
our survival."
A bl-partlsan group of farm
Congiessman mapped stratepy
to force Secretary of Agriculture
Charles P. Brannan Into differ-
ing on the record with
most other Administration lead-
ers on food price controls. The
law now exempts farm products
from general price freeze since
price cannot be controlled be-
low the so-called parity level.
MORE THAN ONF. LINE
MANHATTAN. Kans.. XNEA).
Nine Kansas State basketbtll
stars are on spring sports teams
four in baseball, three in track
and one each in tennis and golf
Hungary Barters
Vogeler's Freedom
For Consulates
BUDAPE8T April 23 (UP)'
United States businessman Rob-
ert Vogeler will probably not ba
released from his Hungarian
riison cell till the United Statts
meets the conditions laid down
by the Hungarian government.;
mi 'irmed sources here sslij
the Hungarian demands are be-i
lieved to Include the reopenlnaji
of Hungarian consulates in thai
United States, and the lifting of i
the United States ban forbld-t
ding United States tourist travel'
in Hungary. t
Vogeler has been In prison1
since his conviction here on'
charges of espionage in Feb.'
1850.
Earthquakes Shake
Hawaiian Islands
HONOLULU. April 23 (UP)
An earthquake described by one
resident as the worst since 1890
rocked the Hawaiian Islands yes-
terday, causing minor damage.
The quake lasted about two
minutes. Hilo, a city of 27.000
on the Island of Hawaii felt the
brunt of the tremor.
The quake caused about 15
minor landslides, shook build-
in"', broke windows and knock-
ed over furniture, but no one
was Injured.
PAR FAR -AWAY
WILLIAMSBURG. Va., (NEA;.
William and Mary's golf team
has five lettermen who never
shoot worse than high 70's.
U.S. POSSESSION
NEW YORK. (NEA I. The
British last won the Ryder Cup
In 1933.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Del i vert.
Tel. 3-171
#22 E. 29th St
TRANSPONTINE TILT
NEW YORK. (NEA). Tin
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ROADWAY BALLAD
Ton will bo minesl, but net when hope It until
And I revolt against the trick of fate;
You will be missed, but not when I rees.ll
The awesome shutting for a quiet fute,
Not when the wind eome racing down the sky.
And there is chill and famine in the air,
Not when the heart I desolate and dry,
Not when the eyes are minors of despair.
You will be missed when life Is at its best.
When every rose has opened to the sun;
You will bo missed when I no longer quest
With all goal made and every victory won;
For this is loveto share the least delight
And bear alone the terror .f %-jj*^
The Big Parade: John Barrymore's widow, Elaine, now a cus-
tomer's man in Wall 8t. Her motner Is behind a swank Madison
Avenue hop counter... Ishbel Ros, the famed newsgal, who is
doing a tome on the Civil War Joyce Mathews, divorced twice
from him, editing an Intro (by her maiden name): "I'm Mrs. Milt-
on Berle!" Myrna Loy, who has intimates wondering what
happened to her planned wedding?... Golf ace Tommy Armour
(of Boca Ratoni landing In Esquire with a golf noticie... John
Jacob Astor. informing One & All that he is to be known as Jack
Astor, because he no Tike being tagged Jacob. Okay, Jake.
SalHes In Our Alley: They were pro-and-conning The Big
Dispute over at Cafe Tokay... "The American Public," said
a Truman rooter, "doesn't want a General making White
House decision!"... "Apparently," sarscasted a Mac Arthur
man, "they won't want an ox.Captain making them either"...
One of us wondered why Truman fired Gen. MacArthur and
keeps Gen. Vaughan... "Mebbe," mebbed'd a wag, "after the
next election be intends to open an Army-Navy store."
Vignette: Mrs. Colyumlst was praising the Kefauver Com-
mittee. .. "I notice," she said, "you seem more at ease around
racketeers and phonies. Why is that?"... "Because," said
Oar Hero, "the racketeer and phonie know that I know
they are! But many respectable bum try to make me believe
they aren't!"
Labor New
And
Comment
By Victor Rtettl
Presidential Greetings
NEW YORK Borne ol the
regular guests couldn't come be-
cause they were slightly deca-
pltated or had had a previous
engagement with the embalmer.
You know the boys. Coskeye
LDunn, who got himself elec-
trocuted, courtesy of the state;
Joe Butler, shot down In front
of that big 34th Street hotel be-
cause he was Just a little greedy
over control of the waterfront
loading on a pier or two; Far-
mer" Sullivan, ex-pug and rum-
runner, mowed down by an oa
fashioned machine gun; Leo
Tooci, stabbed to death on a
Miami beach; and, of course,
that unfortunate waterfront
union enterpriser. Charlie Ya-
nowsky, slashed to death on the
wharves where his rats ran so
o, the boys couldVt corns
as they always did to this par-
ticular annual banquet ana
get their pictures snapped
wtth the guest of honor. Yet
this year It was a gayer sotp
sling than ever be/ore because
Aprl U. at that 42nd Street
hostelry, the clambake really
teas In the nature 0/ a going -
away party for the Kefauver
Committee. That Is to say the
party was real groovy because
the good Senator had left this
%-s television lenses weeks
be/or. never fo return, be-
cause his committee was fin-
' Alfseats were taken you
can bet lor the place was
Cmed with Police Commis-
sioners, judges, chief maghrtra-
'ps district attorneys, Tammany
as *
mer president ot the New xora
Stock Exchange
________ Stock EXcnn*o. ..
No Business Like Show Busines: "Dear Walter.'' write Mar-1 There is the answer w
_!i.T_. .cn t- ^__ku A.. UMl,.Arf r>ol -Vnii ara rbh -.._*tlr>n Hiked 01 Hie """"..
tin Pried of 1759 No. Orchid Ave., Hollywood, Cal., "You are right
about Epple, who served Jolson for decade. As for Harry AkiJ
(Jolson's accompanist i I don't know what to say, but I don't wv<
derstand him suing the Jolson estate. I spent my entire career (20
years i with Al. I was his personal musical director. Wasn t paid
much, but I always thought I'd never have to worry about food
or rent. I'm In the same boots Epstein is in. At my age it Isn't
good. Can you help me In any way? I'd like the gang to know I
was forgotten, too. I was with Al in Frisco when he passed away.
Knowing what a good friend he was I am sure he didn t mean
for his most loyal workers to ever be In need. He loved us all as
we did Al. But 6ue his estate? I'd rather starve."
Memos pf a Midnighter: That troopmaster plane which
disappeared Inte the Atlantic Ocean recently (with 33 on
board) cost us the entire A-Bomb strategic air command.
From the General down to the.Sgt!... In the new Rockefeller
guest bouse on Eat 52ad Street you must hop over a wading
pool on tones to get to the bedroom... Movie firms offered
Mike Toad Slt.Mt for Lowell Thomas, Jr.'s Tibet film. He
said If a good horse can get that for one race (at Santa Ani-
ta), he want more... Elsie 'Morrison, ex-wife of the Mocam-
bo prop., is now Mrs. E. E. Krueger. Merged at Tia Juana on
the 14th... The "Doc" Austins of Gadsden, Alabama, expect
an image in June. Both ex-Navy people... Mrs. Arthur Kober,
wife of The New Yorker wit, is critically HI... Add hangover
remedies: The syrup-like extract from celery and other "woo-
dy" vegetables called Carmethose. Drunks report It clicks...
Memo from Girl Friday: "Ben. Joe McCarthy (Wise.) inserted
the Mar. 27 col'm (discussing the investigation of the Kefauv-
er Crime Comm.) into the April 13 Cong. Record. The Mac-
Arthur column (The Story Behind the Story) was put in the
Record on April 12th by Cong. Leslie C. Arends (III.), and Sen.
Andrew Schoeppel (Kara.) read it into the Record on April
13 as part of his remarks. I hear 3 solons submitted it."
Cast of Characters: Lou Holtz offered this Joe Frisco quip at
Majors Cabin: A bad eggtor got spiff Heated and started tossing
things and people around. "That's what happens," said Joe, "when
you drink luker on an empty head"... Holtz. by the way, Just old
an Interviewer that he is done telling dialect gags. He was among
the first to denounce this dep't for the campaign against vomics
using "offensive" dialect stones, not dialect gags. The story-teller
who Inspired that campaign was the very first to dump "ofenslve"
quips... What do you mean offensive? I mean gags that make the
Irish, Jews, Swedes (and so on) appear dirty and low... Tell those
gags on Commies, Nazis, Eva Peron and Use Koch.
Sounds in the Night: Mac shouldn't feel too bad. What
can you expect from a President who takes advice from guys
who tell him not to take any advice from Barney Baruch?...
"MacArthur to Explain Before Congress." Just hold up yer
war record, Mac... Truman will go down In history for get-
ting rid of'MacArthur. FDR for getting rid of Hitler... No
surprise that Truman fired MacArthur. Anybody with that
much on the ball had to be bounced... He was recalled to
Washington, on the theory, of course, that any one doing a
w job belongs in Washington.
THIS IS YOU rOHUM THI WtAPtRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Th* Moil lnM spaa oium lei reason ot The Plasma American
betters re received flretcfully sod are handled in a holly confidential
tanner.
It yea eaotrssate a tartar coot bo imostwnt i N doesn't appear th*
as* day. Utter* era poslissiad In the oree receive*.
Pleese try to keao the letters Hesitad to ene poso iaoath
Identity ot tatter writer ie beta" ta strictest teerlaaac*.
Thi newt?**! asamos ne retpemibility for itatementi er epiniem
espiestsd ia tarter ttam reederi.
ELEVATED" HOUSES
Mr:
I understand there will be
quest lonalres passed around o
the residents within a few days
desiring their views on the mat-
ter of the future houses to r*
built. that is, "elevated" or
"on-the-ground." We are liviig
in the Tropics where it rains
for 8 months out of the year
what then Is more practical than
an "elevated" house. If sufficient
houses are going to be built so
that the poor fefiow with all we
children but little service will be
able to secure one, then build
"elevated" by all means. To we
how practical this would be )n*t
take a trip through the "Flats."
What a blessing It would be lo
have a place for the children to
play, especially when It rains, De-
ludes out In the streets or unar
Mother's feet. What a blessing !t
would be to really get the wash
dry under the house on Wash day
and not have U on the line or
question, asked o meamost
dally during last months 10.000
mile junket, criss-crossing this
nation: "What's happening, in
anNdoS?r?"happenlng Just
you wonderful people. .
just imagine what ^curred
at the dinner. Only the in-
nocent, the babes In arms and
the blind are unaware that tne
tux out of last year's newspapers
and looked like other cash cus-
tomers that night at that big
h From the old seating lists of
the Joseph P. Ryan Assn. af-
fairs, you can pick a rotter-of
dead characters thrust Into
their lead-filled eternity by
the State or by private tor-
pedoes for crimes against so-
ciety or the mob Itself. Its
simply part of New Yorks
folklore that this annual
hootennany has drawn the
men responsible for the na-
tion's waterfront labor rack-
ets which the Kefauver
Committee will soon say f
responsible for all other in-
tricately inter-woven corrup-
'tWs will be traced by the
Senator's men to the duty Im-
posed on truckers for hauling
stuff off the piers a private
tax running to $100,000,000 a
year at least. Not to mention
the utterly untraceable "take
from the sideline rackets which
mav hit half a billion. All this
in Just one big town, mind you.
Okay, it's so big, It's so res-
pectable that no force can rip
it out of ifie social structure.
Okay, we can even understand
the argument (and loathe it)
that some control Is needed in
a city where 40,000 longshore-
men seek 20,000 available Jobs
each day. But why, after the
Kefauver Committee finally
aroused the public against it, do
the city's highest officials go to
a banquet whkh Is the gather-
ing of the wharf clans and
lend it respectability?
Why did Police Commission-
er Murphy, Mayor lmpeiterri,
and Chief Magistrate John
Murtagh permit Table 5 to be
put aside for them? They are
national figures now and have
a responsibility far beyond a
mere municipality, big as Sew
York is.
It was a good try, Senator Ke-
fauver, but how were you to
know that some of our best peo-
ple go to our worst banquets.
Why did the Judges and the
district attorneys come to sit at
tables alongside of the Anasta-
sios, alongside the families of
men who have records going
back to the smuggling of aliens
forty years ago? Why did they
sit alongside big Ed Florlo, the
Jersey waterfront union leader
who mocked the U. & Senate?
He told Its crime committee that
In SO years on the docks he
hadn't seen a bookie take a bet
and that grenade explosk
union headquarters there were
~.,.v. -.., ------just fire-cracker stuff coming
all "cottages" when the fellow out of a slight argument among
with HI the children and little the boys.
service will not benefit at all.
Lets have an "elevated duplex." (Copyright I5. Post-Hall
... p.---------, Al--'-
days trying to dry between show-
ers. What a blessing to have the
car handy without getting soak?d
either by walking blocks to the
garage or even out to the euro.
What a blessing to come home at
night and really have a place un-
der the house to relax In. Wlut
c blessing to really have a little
space under the house for All
those various little Jobs we would
like to do.
The "Two or Three" bedroom
duplex would be an Ideal house
for the fellow with all the chil-
dren and little service. The type
on Mango Street, a two bedroom
with porchwhere an add^d
room could be made for those
who need It, meets all the re- n 1 seen a uwue ic > *
qulrements of comfortable living, and that grenade explosions In
for the fellow with all the chll- %
dren^nd little service. Why build j
sail AAtr*rar" niKan tVisk faftll.tll* .
UK v. USA
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA)Behind, the fuss stir-
red up uy rresiueni irumans relieving ueneral
ivfac/irtnur 01 nls rar nasvern commands, there
is a much larger Issue, inis Is the probing 01
America s wnole foreign policy.
General MacAruiur is jusl a symbol. He will
hold the headlines for a matter 01 aays or
weeks. This will oe the thrill of the montn.
It has ohovea into the background ooin tne
reiauvei crime nearines and the KFC Inquiry
with its pastel mint coiOruiR. iney now seem
unimportant.
Wnat new crisis will drive the MacArthur case
off the air and the front pages cannot be pre-
dicted with certainty. But in tne eld or lncer-
natiomil relations it Is pointing to more criticism
of the State Department, another "re-examlna-
tlon" 01 loreian policy. And to personify the
mistrust of tnls policy, there are already new
demands for the llrlng of Dean Acheson as
Secretary 01 mate. Since President Trumau
fired General MacArthur, the general's defen-
ders are demanding a scalp for a scalp.
the new trend seems to be a broao accusa-
tion that Secretary Acheson's policy Is com-
pletely tied to the tall of tne Drltlsh lion. This
Is a variant. The former charge was that State
Department policy was dictated by Communists.
Now It's the British Socialists who are suppos-
ed to be dictating American foreign policy
moves. _. _
One story going around Is that Sir Oliver
rranks, the British ambassador In Washington,
tailed at the State Department and delivered
his government's ultimatum that unless General
MacArthur wer replaced, the British would
withdraw from the North Atlantic Pact.
The story doesnt make sense on Its face be-
cause the British need the North Atlantic Pact
more than the United States. But fox the rec-
ord, It is officially denied as a complete lie by
both the State Department and the British Em-
bassy.
There ars differences of opinion between the
two governments: _.
1. The British object to some clauses In the
draft of a Japanese peace treaty drawn up by
John Foster Dulles. In particular, the British
believe that the Island of Formosa, now seat of
Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist government,
should be eventuallythough not nowreturn-
ed to the Chinese Communist government, and
not annexed to Japan. ......
The U. S. position is that the Japanese should
relinquish all claims to Formosa, but that ac-
tual settlement of the Island's status ls_years_
Hhe WASHINGTON
|^I MERRY-GO- ROUND
ly DRtW PEARSON
away and cannot be foreseen now. In the mean-
time. It' will remain the seat of the Chinese Na-
tionalist government, which the U. 8. still re-
cognizes, though the British do not.
2. The British recognize Mao Tse-tung's gov-
ernment not because they approve of it, they
say, but because It Is In actual control of the
China mainland. For the same reason, the
British think Red China should be admitted to
the United Nations, though they are not push-
ing such recognition now.
The U. S. government rejects both these po-
sitions.
In spite of Its views on Red China, the Brit-
ish are supporting the war In Korea. They now
have In'Korea two infantry brigades of about
10,000 men and an aircraft carrier task force
of 13 vessels manned by 12.000 men. The Bru-
tish are now moving to Increase their ground
forces In Korea to a full division.
3. The British have differed with the Ameri-
can tactical decisions In Korea. On the origin-
al crossing of the 38th parallel, the British
learned through Indian Ambassador Panlker at
Peiplng that if the UN forces made this move,
the Chinese Communists would enter the war.
On the basis of this report the British tried to
argue the U. 8. out of making this advance. But
when the decision was made, the British troops
supported It and fought right up to the Yalu.
The British position now Is said to be that
if any deep Invasion of North Korea Is to be
made, the political situation should be recon-
sidered.
In these conflicting viewpoints of the two
governments. It would seem that neither Is
leading the other around by a ring In the nose.
There are many other Issues on which they dif-
fer, and on which American views prevail.
The British feel that they have not been
given credit in America for their efforts against
Communism In other parts of the world. They
have 40,00o1 troorjs In Malaya and garrisons In
14 other countries. The British are perhaps
more fearful of atomic attack than are alarm-
ists In the U. 8. And they fear that th- U. 8.
Is not firm and will not stick to Its North At-
lantic Treaty commitments.
Secretary of 8tate Dean Acheson Is known to
feel that any American foreign policy which Is
not closelv allied with the British Common-
wealth of Nations Is not practical in today's
world. Because In modern times, the other Eng-
gllsh-speaklng nations have been America's clos-
est and most dependable allies.________________
Chiang's Army
By Brace Biossat
Another great debato, this time over Far East-
ern policy, U getting under way. Calm reason
and respect for fact ought to play a larger role
In this public discussion than was true In tne
troops-for-Europe argument. ,, Va,
As an example, take the case of Chiang Kai-
shek, leader of the Chinese Nationalist forces
based on Formosa. The notion exists among
many Americans that he commands a large,
fairlv well-eauloped armv which Is in a fight-
ing mood and needs only a signal from the
West o lump into Korea or invade mainland
China to help us bring the Korean war to a
,DH Is virtually suggested that American lives
are being wasted through failure to tap this
reservoir of trained military manpower close to
the fighting scene. .
What are the known facts?
First, though some estimates of Chiang s army
run as high a 800.000 men, most military ob-
servers put the figure closer to 400.000. This
Is not a big army, but It Is larger than the
American force now in the field in Korea
The Nationalist army is not well equipped.
Chiang's chief American adviser. Adm. Charles
Cooke (ret), former 7th Fleet commander, sev-
eral months ago guessed It would take $250
million In equipment to outfit this force for
combat. With prices still splraling. the cosLun-
questionably would be higher today. It might
hit 00 million.
The morale of Chiang's troops is pretty much
an unknown auantlty. Though supplied with a
lot o American equipment, his forces fighting
on the mainland right after World War II did
not acquit themselves well against the Chinese
Reds. The present armv has been held together
on Formosa with difficulty over a two-year span
It Is not battle-tested.
It U wholly oossible that with adequate equlp-
';--...... nooount of
Itself.. But there Is no way of knowing that In
advance. Those who assure us the Nationalists
would fight successfully are guessing, since no
facts exist en the matter.
Let's suppose we should give the word to
Chiang to Invade China proper. He has no air
force worthy of the name and no fleet of con-
sequence. Only the United States could provide
the necessary sea-air cover to protect a main-
land landing. And since air operations would
necessarily Involve bombing shore Installations,
troop concentrations, communications and other
facilities, It is hard to see how such assistance
could do anything but immerse this country In
a>ider war with China.
Russia, of course, has a mutual defense pact
with China. No one not Inside the Kremlin
knows whether she would honor the obligation
to assist Mao Tse-tung if we gave Chiang the
sea-air cover for a mainland assault.
Senator Taft says such an attack would not
bring ta Russia and lead to general Var. One
wonders how he can know what the Soviet re-
action would be. unless he Is privy to Stalin's
secrets. Obviously, since the defense pact exists,
a very grave risk would be taken of precipitat-
ing a big war.
This is not an attempt to decide whether we
ought to take that risk. That Is for the Ameri-
can people to decide, acting through their elect-
ed representatives. But at least thev should
make their Judgment in full knowledge of what
Is Involved, and In lull appreciation of what
sort of Instrument Chiang's armv might be In
a wider fight against communism.
Nothing known up to this moment suggests
that Chiang would be ready to fight aulckly, or
guarantees that his forces would fight well, or
assures us that his entrv would shorten the Far
Eastern war rather than lengthen and broaden
It. It Is the facts, and the facts alone, that
lead to this conclusion.-
Drew Pearson says: New face looms on GOP political
horizon; Democrats may choose Eisenhower if Repub-
licans choose MacArthur; No rest for G.l.s in Korea.
WASHINGTON.Up until this week, most of the top stra-
tegists in the Republican Party were reasonably sure that ths
GOP national convention battle 15 months hence would be be-
tween two menTaft and Elsenhower. Now they aren't so sure.
The man who has upset them Is the general who came back
rom Tokyo. Even despite the general's disclaimer of political
ambitions, the polticos are upset.
It would be a mistake to say that those who mould policy
inside the GOP are too enthusiastic about MacArthur as a can-
didate. In trie first place, they couldn't control him. Secondly,
patronage would be his, not theirsand patronage is something
without which no political boss can long survive.
This, incidentally, Is one reason the partid bosses never havt
been enthusiastic about General Elsenhower. For he llkewl
probably would not understand how the party system works,
is why Taft always has been the favorite of the chief archit
of the Grand Old Party.
Nevertheless, the glamorous MacArthur, plus the crowds
has drawn, the appeal he seems to have, the manner in whleh
he has made President Truman take a back seat, has made OOP
planners think twice. Some do so with great regret, because they
had their heart set on Taft. Some are waiting to see how soon
if everMacArthur stubs his toe.
I
Some are wondering also what the MacArthur boom will do
to Eisenhower. If the OOP nominates a military man for Pre-
sident, than the Democrats are certain to offset him with a mil-
itary man of their own adoptionElsenhower. .
That Is why the return of the general of the army from
Tokyo has turned the GOP candidate-pickers topsy-turvy. And ;it
will take a couple of weeks for them to get their political''pre-
dictions reshuffled and In place again.
TEXAS VS. KENTUCKY HUMOR
Sharp-tongued Sen. Tom Connally of Texas was ribbing Vlpe '
President Alben Barkley, a Kentuckian, about his reputation as
a story-teller.
"That's the only way you can get elected In Kentucky
telling those hillbillies down there stories to keep them happy,"
said Connally.
"If you told more jokes and discarded that sour lool.T'll
Let you'd get all the votes in Texas," countered the Veep.
"I don't want all the votes, just a majority," replied -4?en-
nally. "I couldn't stand being obligated to everybody In Texas."
G.I. GRIPE BAG
In order to help servicemen with their problems of adjusting
to military Ufe, this column periodically publishes excerpts froim
G.I. letters and tries to answer their complaints. Names are with-
held upon request.
COMPANY O, 15TH INFANTRY, THIRD DIVISION, KOREAj-
"We have just been brought back from the front for a rest,
we understand it, we are supposed to spend this time to rest,
write letters and catch up on much-needed sleepplus a little
recreation. Instead we have spent our rest period building a.aide-
walk In a Korean village outside of Seoul. We have been working
long hours, hauling chunks of stone, weighing up to 100 pounds,
from a nearby cliff." s
AnswerFront-line troops should be entitled to a restrThe
Army has promised a thorough Investigation of the Incident .you
report. J *'
A PRIVATE, CAMP STONBMAN, CALIF."I was forced to
travel to Camp Stoneman by train. Why shouldn't the Army let
me spend the same amount of money for an airplane ticket, so
I can spend more time at home on furlough?"
Answerthe Defense Department has an unofficial policy Of
giving the railroads priority on military passenger travel. TMe-ls
partly due to the fact that In wartime the airlines have been so
crowded that it is difficult to get space on them.
A DRAFTEE, FT. LEWIS, WASH"The Coast Guard is
a haven for draft dodgers. Those who are lucky enough to get
into port security units are exempt from the draft until M-Day.
This isn't fair to the rest of us."
AnswerIt Is true tha^t draft-eligible men have been able
to get into Coast Guard port security units. It is also true that
all they are required to do Is attend 48 drills and serve two weeks
active duty per year. This automatically exempts them from tne
draft. However, the Coast Guard claims it has sent letters to
160,000 ex-Coast Ouard men In an attempt to recruit 280 officers
and 2,420 enlisted men for port security units. Only after all other
methods failed, the Coast Guard claims, did It open these units
to draft-eligible men. These units are still short 87 officers and
826 men.
MRS OTTO TISSOF, ST. LOUIS, MO."My son has been In
Korea all winter, and In each letter, he asks for food. The mall
rates to Korea are very high. Isn't there any way these packages
can be sent cheaper?" ... _
AnswerCongressman Cecil King, California Democrat, has
introduced a bill to provide free parcel post for wives and par-
ents of servicemen sending packages to Korea. It Is now up to
Congress.
Noto8everal letters have been received from veterans of the
Fourth Marine Division, asking whether the war will interfdr
with thlr annual reunion. The answer is that there will be ho
Interference. The reunion will be held In Chicago at the Hotel
Sherman, June 28, 29 and 30.
TRUMAN TELEPHONES ^
President Truman was so pressed for votes during the 'fight
on the 18/2-year-old draft that he called a Republican senator
off the floor and lectured him.
Sen. Wayne Morse, the energetic Oregonian, was arguing
against the Administration's 18-year-old draft when a page told
him of an urgent telephone call.
It was the President.
"I have Secretary Marshall here with me." he said, "and
bdth of us want you to know you're not helping him."
Morse was a little surprised, but replied:
"I respect you and the secretary, Mr. President, but this Is
a matter of conviction with me."
In the end, Senator Morse won. Congress passed the ?8V$-
year-old draft, not the 18-year-old.
(Copyright. Hot, by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)


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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD ELLIOTT PARKER, above, follow-
in' their maniate Wednesday, April 18, at the American
Bi-le Society bi.iluint in Old Cristobal. Mrs. Parker U the
. former Mls.3 Ruth Anne Davis of New Straltsville. Ohio. Mr.
an(T Mrs. Parker are returning today from a honeymoon
;33e:r. i:; i Rica, and will reside at 907 (i 9th St. Colon.
Islau i Feast .. :
as Bon Voyage Paity
A 'erst in the tradition of tne
SouKi Sea Islands was given Sa-
turday evening by Sergeant Hen-
ry 3.. IcnarB for Ws wile and Mis.
Mary L. Mundkowsky, who are
lrvi for tire S.a.ej.
Ths g.ound Hoor o the quar-
ters raa hanUed with palms to
reser. a a thatched hut and wa
Ulum natod with colored lights,
hurricane lamps and shipo' lights.
A large llle-prestyver over tte
door was inscribed with the
riamt.i of the honorees.
The long buffet table was cen -
Ttd with a three-foot floral
p made of two shades of bou-
fcinvUla. A whole roast pig was
jserve.1 In the traditional style
nd a l.-rge decorated rake added
to the table appointments.
Ti. j aesu. who wer erved a:
BStlh.di.al taclts, spotlighted, or.
the awn included: Major and
fc.rs. George E. Bair, Major and
Mrs. Hollis Preiss, Captain and
Mrs Pascal Adams, Captain and
Mrs. Kcnry labeez, Mrs. Donald
W. Dtsvey, vt.Sgi. and Mrs. R. J.
McKt.vty, M.Sgt. and Mrs.. Will-
iam Graham, M.Sgt. and Mrs.
Carl Coop?.-. M.Sgt. and Mrs. Ai-
f ed Vacheco, M.Sgt. and Mr3. O.
W. Williams. M.Sgt. and Mr?
Jame.- Maw, M.S3I. and Mrt. It
Bair.ts. M.Sgt. and Mrs. William
God..111. M.Sgt. and Mrs. Emilio
Rod'iguez. M.Sgt. and Mrc
Dfckinson, Sgi. and Mrs. Wlllipiri
Loehi'. Sgi. and Mrs. D. Wrigh'.,
8gt. and Mrs. John Barr, st.
and Mrs. Harry Copare, Sgt. and
Mrs. T. J. Huff, Sgt. and Mrs.
Joseph BoyMn. Sgt. and Mrs. Er-
nest Beck, Sgt. and Mrs. Joe
Palm. Sgt. and Mrs. Owen Tol-
bert. Sgt. and Mrs. R. I. John-
son, Sgt. and Mrs. Michael J.
"Jlkowski. Sgt. and Mrs. An-
y Peters, Sgt. and Mrs. Lo-
Sgt. and Mrs. L. Kitchfni.
it Pearson, Sergeant Paul
iron, Sergeant Duane M.ini,-
fcasy. Sergeant G. W. Wyatt,
Sergeant and Mrs. E. Bartlliii,
Set. rnd Mrs. Peierson, Sgt. and
Mrs. D. J. smolka, Sgt. and .vlr-;.
Crumley. Sgt. Ed. Mann. Sgt, and
Mrs, Terry C. Whyte. Sgt. and
Mrs. Wefi. Mr. and Mrs. Geore
Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc-
Ginn, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R
Self and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Guy
Sergeant Jerry Whyte was In
charge of the decorations.
Duplicate Games
The weekly duplicate games
will be played this evening at
the Margarita Clubhouse. The
winners ol lost week's games
were' East and West, Mr. Fred
Schwartz and Mr. E. W. Mills-
pangb; 2. Mrs. R. B. Ward and
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham, 3. Mr. O.
O. Brown and Mr. Husted. North
and South: Mr. L. E. Cottrell and
Mr. Julius Loeb; 2. Mrs. L. E. Cot-
.rell and Mr. W. E. Gibson, tied
ior 3rd place Mr. Sidney Passa'-
lague with Mr. Herbert Delgacn
and Mrs. Irl Sanders, Jr., and
Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh.
National Sojourners Meeting
Caribbean Chapter No. 21, Na-
iontl Sojourners, will meet to-
noiicw at, 6:30 p.m. at the Fort
Gullck Officers Club for their
dinner meeting.
Tae guest speaker" will be Mr.
N. A. Harte who will tell of his In-
teresting experiences in unearth-
ing historical relics in Panama.
Other business will include tne
selection of delegates for the Na-
tional Convention to be held at
at. I-ouis, Mo., from May 24-2B
Also remember that the So-
journers will Join with ROA or.
.he 1'acific bide during their Na-
tional Deiense week activities for
dinner on May 18 with Lt. Gen-
eral W. H. H. Morris, who will be
the guest speaker.
Annual Catholic Baiaar
Plans have been completed for
the annual Bazaar for the At-
lantic Side Catholic Charities
1 which will be held Thursday. Fri-
! day and Saturday, at the Mira-
culous Medal Church In New
[Cristobal. On Thursday evening
j a dinner will be served. Including
'American, Chinese, Italian and
[Spanish dishes, starting at 0:00
p.m. On the other evenings the
azaar will start at 7:00 p.m.
Father Vincent Ryan, CM.. If
in charge of the bazaar. There
will be door prizes, games and in-
teresting booths. No admission
will be charged.
The general public is invited to
attend.
j Little Theater Presenting
"For Love or Money"
The three-act comedy "For
yjrwama ( anal (clubhouses
H>"^? Showing Tonight ^-^|
Ral ROA Jal>* WYMAN Von JOHNSON
,,.L.U.7 "THREE GUYS NAMED MIKE"
'='* Ml Tuesday "ONCE A THIEF"
A n ( n N
5:15 A 7:M
(Tedeyi
Rory CALHOUN a Jane NIGH
COUNTY FAIR" (Color)
DIABIO HTS
CMS X-M
Charllon HESTON Lltabelh SCOTT
"THE DARK CITY"
Friday "COUNTY FAIR"
c o ( n i 1
I' *
(Tuesday)
Robert YOUNG Betsy DRAKE
"ELLEN"
G A U N
(Tuesday)
Marshall THOMPSON Virginia FIELD
"DIAL 1119"
MARGARITA
IS 7:55
(Tuesday)
William BENDIX Una MERKEL
"KILL THE UMPIRE"
CRISTOBAL
Jr.I Mnflt.......
II". t-M
Esther WILLIAMS Howard KEEL
'THE PAGAN LOVE SONG"
Tuesday "WOMAN IN HIDING"
Love Or Money" will be running
at the Scout Shack tonight and
tomorrow evening starting at
8:00 p.m. Admission Is a dollar
per person.
Progressive Circle Meeting
The postponed meeting of the
Progressive Circle of the Cristo-
bal Union Church will be held at
the Church Wedensday, at 1:C0
a.m. with a luncheon. Mrs. Ls-
telle McLean Is hostess.
Cristobal Star Club Meeting
The Cristobal Star Club met
for their monthly meeting at the
Masonic Temple In Cristobal.
Mrs. Harold Chambers, Mrs. Au-
relia Hadarists and Mrs. Ver.*
Davison were co-hostesses for
the meeting.
Mrs. Lucy Forrest presided at
the meeting. The other members
present were: Miss Grace Will-
lams, Mrs. Peggy Smith, Mrs.
Florence Benson, Mrs. Ruth Pal-
mer, Mrs. Estelle McLean, Mrs
Olga Roe, Mrs. June May, Mis.
Marilyn Marsh, Mrs. Gladys Con-
ley, Mrs. Alice Milburne, Mrs.
Ruth Perkins, Mrs. Dorothy Bar-
sosky, Mrs. Phyllis Turner, Mrs.
Lorey Ray and Mrs. Virginia
Starke.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Mrs. Casswell
Leaves for New York
Mrs. William H. Casswell left
Friday for New York. She will
visit In New Jersey until her
daughter, Miss Pat Casswell com-
pletes her school year. She will
also bo Joined by William H. Jr..
wheo Is returning from a tour,
with the United States Weather
Bureau at Thule, Greenland.
Mr. Casswell has been In
Greenland for over a year and is
contemplating returning for an-
other eight months.
Two Squadrons and Officers
Arrive at Coco Solo
Two new squadrons have ar-
rived at the Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion. The officers of Fasron 105
who are on the station are: Lt.
James F. Todd. Lt. M. E. Tom-
lin. Lt. R. L- Schaffer, Jr.. M.C.,
and Lt. Court Nlman.
The officers of Squadron VP 45
are: Commander T. G. White,
commanding officer, Lt. Com-
mander V. A. Schweitzer, Lt.
Commander E. D. Schrader, Lt.
(JG> J. D. Rives, Lt. (JO) J. H.
Acklss, Lt. (JG) W. E. Simpson,
Ensign F. J. Coghlll, Ensign C.
O. Robins, Ensign J. C. Buyer
and Ensign I. E. Souders.
Retirement Party
Planned for Captain Smith
The Canal Zone pilots are plan- [
nlng a retirement party for Cap- !
tain George H. Smith to be held j
at the Hotel Washington, Satur-
day, at 7:00 p.m. This party is I
open to all friends of Captain
and Mrs. Smith who wish to at-
tend. They may make reserva-
tions by calling Captain Town-
shend at Cristobal 1778.
Mrs. Smith Is arriving by plane
during the weekend and will be
present for the party.
HOLLYWOOD -.(NBA)Guys
and Dolls: July Holllday's un-
derstudy In the original Broad-
way production of "Born Yester-
day" is whooping lt up over
Judy's Oscar award:
She's MGM't Jean Hagen and
the studio's tagged her as valu-
able property since she showed
the Holliday spark as the mas-
cara-dripping doll in John Bos-
ton's "The Asphalt Jungle."
Most of Jean's film roles have
been on the bad-glrl-wlth-
heartof-gold side and it's okey-
dokey with her. But her mother
back in Elkhart, Ind., Is worried:
"She writes that I should ask
the studio to give me nice girl
roles. The neighbors see my pic-
tures and say: 'Poor Jean, shes
changed so. She was such a nice
girl before she went to Holly-
wood.' "

Emmett Kelley, the dyed-ln-
the-wool circus clown, has Join-
ed the movie acting colony and
makes his movies bow in "The
Fat Man."
"It's a little too late in life for
me to be a Barry more," sad-
faccd Emmett says, "I'm Just
trying to be my natural self."
The man who's made millions
laugh as the circus* "Weary Wil-
lie" began his career as a news-
paper cartoonist. He's clowned
as a circus star before Winston
Churchill, Haile Selassie, King
Alphonso of Spain and even
Shirley Temple when she was a
golden-haired moppet.
Lon Chaney was his idea of a
star who could have been a tip-
top clown and he picks Bing
Crosby. Bob Hope. Betty Hutton.
Sir Laurence Olivier and Gre-
gory Peck as stars who might
click In the rednosed profession.
"Take peck and lighten up his
hair," Emmett suggests, "and
he'd be a dandy rube character
In the circus." .
Hazel Brooks, the "Body" of
1949's "Body and Soul," is
straining at the leash to Join
Ava Gardner. Florence Marly,
Marlene Dietrich and Lisa Fer-
raday In Hollywood's back-to-
exotlc-glamour campaign.
Combing a wild head of hair
with her fingers, Hazet an-
nounced: .
"I still think that sex Is better
than popcorn."
Hazel's second chance may be
Just around a corner. There's a
film test of her making the
roundsfilmed by Josef von
Sternberg for "Macao"that's
leaving male viewers bug-eyer.
Even Hazel admits:
"It's the most wicked looking
test I've ever seen. And it's all
done with my eyes."

Maybe Cary Grant won't sign
the autograph books, but George
Dolenz Is scrawling his signature
and saying "Thanks a million"
besides.
After walking unrecognized on
the Hollywood streets for years.
he's now being- thoroughly pest-
ered by bobbysoxers with the
release of the long-shelves
"Vendetta."
He wants it known thai at
last, he's even a respectable
breadwinner to his eldest son.
Mickey, aged six.
"I took him to see the picture
Just to show him what I do for
a living. He's been confused. He
didn't know what to tell the
teacher when she asked the class
FAMILY thus provided is equipped lor lile
lull ol contentment and musical happiness. A fine home is
built ior enjoymentthe bright and cheerful music o
the Wurlitzer Piano lends itself so warmly 10 this cause.
SE THE COMPUTE UNE Of LATE MODEL MjtllTZEIt PIANOS.
to describe
fesslons."
their fathers' pro-
They'U never throw James
Whltmore a toga And cast him
In a "Quo Vadls" role.
He's as bow-legged as a retired
cowboy and owns up to it.
.. "I have to get my pants ent a
special way .to cover up," Jimmy
confessed on the set of his latest,
"Rain, Rain, Go Away." "It's not
a picnic for my tailor, believe
me."
Maybe the Whltmore stems
don't measure up to Robert Tay-
lor's, but he's zipping rigni
along as a new star since "Bat-
tleground." "The Next Voice You
Hear," and "Mrs. O'Malley and
Mr. Malone. "MOM even lets him
have an occasional whack at a
supporting character role such
as the hunchback he played in
"Asphalt Jungle."
"It beats me why they haven't
typed me," he sighed. "With this
kisser of mine, it's a miracle."
A couple of months ago, word
leaked out that nothing irked
Jimmy more than well-meaning
souls who gush, "My. my, you're
the splttln' image of Spencer
Tracy."
He says it's hooey. "I'm all
for lt. Tracy's the one who should
resent lt, not me. It would be
presumptuous of me to get sore.
Look. I'm glad to have a re-
semblance of any kind to an
actor whose work I gol-darn ad-
mire."

Loretta Young's wise words to
a group of young people in
Minneapolis:
"Motion picture people aren't
different from other people.
Their circumstance are dif-
ferent. They have more material
things, money and clothes.
National Air Races
May Be Resumed
At New Location
WASHINGTON, April 23, (UP)
"Aviation Week" said today it
has learned that the National Air
Races will be resumed this vear
but in a new mldwestern location.
The races, usually held at
Cleveland, were canceled last
year after an economy edict by
former Defense Secretary Louis
Johnson forbade military parti-
cipation.
Aviation Week quoted a Ds-
fense Department spokesman as
saying the Air Force and Navy,
in a coordinated decision, have a-
greed to take part providing
there is not an unprecedented
worsening of the international
situation.
Chicago and Detroit have bid
for the races, the magazine said,
but no decision has been made.
The races are expected to be
held during the Labor Day week-
end.
Everybody Reads Clas
Balboa YMC English
Classes Start May 3
The Balboa Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. announces the re-
opening of their classes in Eng-
lish May 3 with a general session
at 5 p.m.
The continued interest of last
year'o classes has resulted. In a
mor elaborate program of study
for this year.
The varied activities of the
Y.M.C.A. provide additional op-
portunity to hear and to prac-
tice spoken English.
Mrs. Abble de Linares contln-.
ues to conduct these classes.
Registration dally from 9 a.m.
to9p.m.
Registration fee is $2.00. Tui-
tion Is $5 monthly.
Classes are held Tuesdays and
Whenever God gives people bet- Thursdays.5-8p.m. and 6-7 p.m.
ter eircumstances. He also gives | For further information tele-
them more responsibilities." phone Balboa 2-2759 or 2-2839.
For all the world to love-
WALT DISNEY'S...
"CINDERELLA*'
Beautiful Technicolor I
LUX THEATRE
A thrilling new story by the tame
studio that gave you
Mrs. Miniver I
Greet (ARSON Walter PUKlKON
- In -
"THE MINIVER STORY"
BELLA VISTA
1: S:M *M 8:S p.m.
BKTTK DAVIS
Anne BAX.TKB
9 Georte 8ANDKRS
Celeste HOLM, la
He'll Kill Yal... In This Hilarious Comedy I...
William BENDIX Gloria HENRY, in
"KILL THE UMPIRE"
- Also: -
Jerome COURTLAND Beverly TYLXR. In
"THE PALOMINO"
TROPICALTHEATRE
VINCENT PRICE ELLEN DREW, In
'THE BARON OF ARIZONA'
Women fought for his kisses... Men
clamored for his life...'
ENCANTO THEATRE
Robert Young Betsy
Drake, in
"ELLEN"
Dan Duryea Gale'Storm
- in -
"Underworld Story"
TIVOU THEATRE
Rosa Carmina Temando
Fernndez, In
"TRAICIONERA"
Also: "AZARES PARA
TTJ BODA"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Great Program I
Violent Drama I
Ednoad O'Brtasj
711 OCEAN
DKIVE"
- Also: -
"On The Isle
of Somoa"
with Jo Hall
VICTORIA THEATRE
"CAPTAIN AMERICA"
Chapters 8-9 Also:
"GAY BLADES" and
"UNDER NEYADA SKIES"
SM

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Number* in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1676, Sunday, April 22, 1951
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each.
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First Prize 3 9 8 8 $ 52,000.00
Second Prize 2 2 5 3 $ 15,600.00
Third Prize 3 6 7 1 $ 7,800.00
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MM 1MM Ml S IM.M S MM IM.M S MM IM.M MSI MM IM.M SMS IM.M 7MS IMM MM IM.M MM IM.M
1SS 1M.M un 1M.N SIM IM.M SIM IMM 4181 IM.M SIM 1M.M SIM IM.M 71M Iff.M SIM IM.M SIM IMM
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Ml 1M.M IMS 1M.M MM 1M.M 3M8 IM.M 438S IM.M SMS IMM SMS IM.M 7M8 IM.M SMS IMM MM IMM
US 1M.M IMS IM.M MM IM.M SMS IMM 44SS IM.M MM IMM SMS IM.M 74M IM.M MM MM SMS IM.M
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MM 9M.M SMI SM.M MM SM.M j MM SM.M 3SM SM.M MSI SM.M JM3 SM.M 3MS SM.M SMT SM.M
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Priae-wlnnlrn numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: first and second in Coln; third in Panama.
The nine hundred whole tickets endinr In I and not Included In the above list win Fifty-Two Dollars (52.6e) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprise the two series "A" and "B
Signed bv: JOSE DuMINOO SOT Governor of the Province ot Panama.
NARCISO AYALA, Representative of Ministry of Treasury.
WITMPP5- Sdwing A. CheongCdula No. 47-14935. JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA
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CINCO CENTESIMO
Estn atacando 700.000 soldados comunistas
El Gobierno Laborista de Inglaterra se
halla al borde de un colapso general
o
La perspectiva de elecciones
generales pueden favorecer el
triunfo de Winston Churchill
Present renuncia HaroW Wilson, Secretario de
Comercio para agravar la crisis
o
LONDRES, Abril 23 (UP)
Harold Wilson, Ministro de Co-
mercio, renunci su put**
siendo el segundo miembro del
Gabinete Britnico en renunciar
existiendo asi la posibilidad de
un colapso del Gobierno Labo-
rista y la convocatoria a elec-
ciones generales.
Wilson se uni al izquierdea
Aneurln Bevan, ex-Mlnistro de
Trabajo, en la revuelta con'ra
ti Gobierno Socialista, la cual
ha amenazado al Primer Mi-
nistro Clement Attlee con la
ms grave crisis poltica de-de
que asumid el poder en 1945.
Wilson y Bevan se encontra-
ban ausentes de la sesin de
Gabinete, la cual fu convlcn-
da par* hacer una evaluacin
de los danos ocasionados al Go-
bierno Socialista por la rebelin
izquierdista.
El Secretarlo de Relaciones
Exteriores, Herbert Morrisun,
presidi la sesin, en ausencia
del Primer Ministro Attlee, el
cual se encuentra todava e.i
el hospital curndose una Ul-
cera.
La perspectiva de una elec-
cin general dentro de una se-
mana en la cual se cree que
Lrlunfe Churchill se ha acen-
tuado por la espectacular re-
nuncia de Bevan, quien critic
que el nuevo'presupuesto dedi-
caba una suma muy elevada
para el rearme, en lugar de des-
tinarla para el socialismo do-
mstico.
Bevan explicar detallada-
'Pass a la patina *. col >
Hay ocho obreros mas que se
hallan hospitalizados bajo
sospecha de fiebre amarilla
No perturbar a la
Amrica Latina
la regulacin
WASHINGTON, Abril 28.
(UP). Las regulaciones y li-
mitaciones Impuestas por Esta-
dos Unidos con motivo de la
emergencia no perturbarn ni
causarn "trastornos injustos e
innecesarios" a los paises Latino-
Americanos, en opinin de Al-
berto Baltra Corts. Jefe de la
misin econmica Chilena, a la
reciente reunin de Consulta de
Cancilleres Americano.
Baltra, profesor de economa
poltica en la Universidad de
Chile, ex-Mlnistro de Economa
(rasa a la ragrna e. Columna 1>
ALMIRANTE, abril 23. (Por
radio). Despus de dos dias
de terrible fiebre adquirida en
la montara, muri ayer en el
hospital de Almirante el Joven
obrero Rene Ramrez R., uno
de los peones que trabajaban
en la carretera de Boquete-Al-
mirante, con las cuadrillas de
la Corporacin de Ingeniera,
S. A.
Versiones recogidas en fuentes
dignas de crdito indican que
el citado obrero pereci de fie-
bre amarilla.
Para evitar la contaminacin
se orden inmediatamente la
vacunacin de todos los obreros
y bajo la direccin del personal
del Ingeniero Generoso Isaza
todos los agrimensores y peo-
nes fueron conducidos al hos-
pital, en donde el doctor Gus-
tav Engler los vacun contra
(Paaa a la Ptina b. Columna 7)
Tres millones de personas
le harn un recibimiento al
General MacArthur en Chicago
NUEVA YORK, abril 13. (UP)
_ El General MacArthur se ha
concentrado en trabajo de es-
Apuesta 50 a 1 que
no habr guerra
1a Casa Lloyd's
TORONTO, Canad. Abril 23
(UP)La casa Lloyd's de Lon-
dres todava est dispuesta a
apostar SO contra 1 que no ha-
br guerra mundial este ano.
Los organizadores de la Expo-
sicin Filatlica Internacional
que se celebra en Toronto, obtu-
vieron del Lloyd's una pliza de
seguros en esas condiciones, co-
mo garanta que una guerra ge-
neral no obstacullaar la cele-
dn de la exposicin sealada
para el 21 al 2 de Septiembre
Uno de los organizadores, Ha-
rry Savage, dice que pregunta-
ron a Lloy's recientemente, si
todava darla un premia de 30
contra 1 contra la guerra este
ao, y Lloyd's contest que es-
taban dispuestos a mantenerlo.
critorio en su inaccesible apar-
tamento en el Waldorf Astoria.
El General Courtney Whitney,
secretario de MacArthur decli-
n discutir la naturaleza del
trabajo de MacArthur, pero di-
Jo que no se permitan las vi-
sitas en el muy Wen custo-
diado santuario del General.
Dijo que MacArthur tambin se
encontraba leyendo los peridi-
cos, numerosas cartas y tele-
gramas, mientras su esposa e
hijo se encuentran paseando
por Nueva York.
MacArthur se presentar en
pblico nuevamente el jueves,
cuando volar hacia Chicago
para un desfile en la tarde,
ante tres millones de personas
y para una recepcin cvica en
el Campo de los Soldados, el
cual tiene capacidad para 178,-
000 personas.
Luego el General y su comi-
tiva se dirigirn por autom-
vil hacia Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
en donde -queda la residencia
legal del General MacArthur.
La Universidad de Marquette le
otorgar al General un grado
honorario. El General volar a
Nueva York el viernes en la
noche.
Se agot el sbado
la existencia de
leche de vaca
A las siete de la noche del
sbado, los establecimientos en-
tre el Banco Nacional y el par-
que de Lesseps, se encontraban
prcticamente sin leche.
Varios de ellos pidieron a los
surtidores nuevas remesas de
leche fresca y tambin fueron
consumidas. En uno solo de
estos establecimientos, ms cer-
cano al Parque de Lesseps, se
haban consumido 18 cajas de
botellas de leche fresca, en dos
partidas de 10 y 8 cajas/ fui-
mos informados.
El extraordinario consumo de
leche fresca el sbado se debi
a la presencia de una gran
cantidad de marinos que ve-
nan de las reas de combate,
en donde este producto es real-
mente prohibitiva
Ofrece dos becas
escuela nocturna
a periodiqueros
El Director del Instituto Mo-
derno-escuela secundarla noc-
turna que empezar a funcio-
nar el prximo mes de mayo-J.
Alejandro Senz, ha dirigido una
carta al Presidente del Sindica-
to de Periodistas poniendo a
disposicin del Sindicato dos be-
cas, una para el primer ao del
primer ciclo y otra para el pri-
mer ano del segundo ciclo de Li-
ceo o Comercial, para que sean
adjudicadas en concurso a dos
jvenes voceadores de peridicos
que realmente necesiten de
ellas.
El Instituto Moderno, tan
pronto tenga asegurada su exis-
tencia y estabilidad, har un
reajuste en el valor de sus men-
sualidades, a fin de llevar sus
beneficios a ms amplios sec-
tores.
Dice el Director, J. Alejandro
Senz: "Antes que una empresa
comercial, el Instituto Moderno
ser una institucin educativa
al servicio de la comunidad".
"Aunque todava atravesamos
por un periodo de prueba, con-
(Pas* a la fas 1 CoL >
Iniciar el Censo
labor importante
de estadstica
Dentro de pocos das comen-
zar el Departamento de Censos
de la Contratara General de la
Repblica una de las tareas ms
Importantes de su labor o sea
el proceso de perforacin. Se de-
nomina asi al trabajo de trans-
cribir a las tarjetas correspon-
dientes, la informacin recogida
durante el empadronamiento en
las distintas boletas usadas para
el mismo. Estas tarjetas han si-
do especialmente diseadas y
reproducen en un espacio de a-
penas siete por tres pulgadas to-
da la informacin contenida en
las boletas de empadronamiento.
Esta reduccin es posible debido
a que la informacin escrita de
las boletas se har constar en
1as tarjetas de perforacin en
forma de cifras.
Por ello, antes de iniciar la la-
bor de perforacin, el Departa-
mento de Censos ha tenido que
"codificar" las boletas; es decir,
ha tenido que sustituir en las
boletas de empadronamiento la
Informacin escrita por nme-
ros, con arreglo a un cdigo es-
pecialmente ideado y segn el
cual cada concepto, cada dato
de la boleta estar representado
por un nmero. La perforacin
es una de las cuatro operacio-
nes de la manipulacin mecni-
ca de los censos; las otras son
la verificacin, la clasificacin y
la tabulacin, cada una de las
cuales se hace en mquinas es-
peciales de la Internacional Bu-
Casi que no caba el Missouri
En la vista anterior podemos ver al gigantesco acorazado
"Missouri", hroe de la segunda guerra mundial y de la cam-
paa de Corea, cuando iniciaba su trnsito por el Canal, rum-
bo al norte, en un merecido viaje de descanso.
Ntese que el enorme acorazado de 45,0*t toneladas ape-
nas cabe por las esclusas, ya que tiene un ancho de 102 pies
62 pulgadas, y las esclusas tienen un aneho de lit piee. En
la cubierta del acorazado se encuentra una gran cantidad de
marinos, miembros de la tripulacin del mismo, tomando fo-
tografas del Canal, para llevarlas a sus hogares come recuer-
do de su trnsito por esta magnifica obra de ingeniera, des-
pus de varios meses de campaa en Corea, en donde el "Mi-
ssouri" particip en el bombardeo del puerto de Wonsan, dis-
parando varios miles de salvas contra las fuerzas comunistas.
Esta fotografa fu tomada a las 3:40 de la maana de
hoy, v cientos de personas se encontraban en el Puente de
Mlraflores para poder echar un ltimo vistazo al histrico
acorasado en donde el General Douglas MacArthur acept la
rendicin incondicional del Japn en 1945.
Siete candidatas
habr para Reina
de Feria de Coln
Siete bellas damltas fueron
escogidas para el escrutinio fi-
nal en Coln para elegir a la
Reina de la Feria, que se cele-
brar en el mes de Mayo veni-
dero.
El segundo escrutinio se veri-
fic el sbado en la noche en
el Clum Monaco ante una nu-
merosa y distinguida concurren-
cia que llenaba de bote en bote
ese lugar de diversin de la
ciudad atlntica.
Despus de una ardua labor
los Jurados escogieron a las si-
guientes seoritas, como cand-
datas finales:Yolanda Apolayo
Olga Lelgnadler, Margarita Bar-
cenas Virginia Rodrguez, Nancy
Sasso. Thelma Castillo y Alicia
Wong. Primeramente los Jurados
escogieron a las cinco seoritas
nombradas en primer trmino
y despus fueron seleccionados
las otras dos.
Integraron el Comit de Ju-
rados los seores don Luis E.
Gonzlez, Don Carlos Moynes,
el doctor J. J. Eckers y don Ar-
mando Moreno G. y-la seora
doa Yolanda de Hlchfleld.
Un gran entusiasmo prevale-
ce por este torneo de belleza y
se espera que el escrutinio final
resulte muy reido.
Por el alto costo de la vida
declranse en huelga cientos
de trabajadores en Espaa
En varias grandes ciudades las huelgas afectan
notablemente a poderosas industria
SAN SEBASTIAN, Espaa, a-
bril 23. (UP). Cientos de
obreros Industriales en San Se-
bastin y a travs de la Pro-
vincia de Guipzcoa abandona-
ron sus trabajos en protesta
contra el alto.costo de la vida.
No se sabe el nmero exacto
de obreros en huelga, pero se
informa que la huelga ha afec-
tado a la mayora de las f-
bricas en esta rea industrial
en el Norte de Espaa.
La huelga sigui a la distri-
bucin clandestina de hojas
sueltas en San Sebastin y el
resto de la provincia, haciendo
un llamado a uha huelga ge-
neral contra el alto costo de
la vida, los salarios bajos y el
bajo poder adquisitivo de la
peseta. ,
Los transportes pblicos no
han sido afectados hasta aho-
ra, ni los establecimientos co-
(Pasa a la pacas col. 7
Treinta aviones y quinientos
pasajeros es el promedio que
registr Tocumen en Febrero
En los tres primeros meses del ao
las entradas llegan a B.60.549.46
Datos estadsticos sobre el mo-
vimiento de los tres primeros
meses del ao en el Aeropuerto
Nacional de Tocumen. fueron su-
ministrados esta maana en
fuentes oficiales, arrojando las
tasas cobradas por el Estado, du-
rante ese perodo, un promedio
de B.20.0OO.OO, mensuales. Los
impuestos fueron cobrados por
los siguientes conceptos: Por al-
quileres de Hangares; por ate-
rrizajes: por uso de la platafor-
mas n la ra Col T
Prosiguen ataques
a las bases rojas en
Corea del Norte
TOKIO, Abril 23 (UP) A
pesar que la fuerza area co-
munista no ha entrado en ac-
cin durante las primeras 21
horas de la ofensiva comuni&ta,
las fuerzas aereas norteameri-
canas continuaron bombardean-
do los potenciales campos de
aterrizaje comunistas.
La fuerza area norteamerica-
na arroj ms de 600 toneladas
de bombas sobre los aerdro-
mos de Yonpo a tres mlll.vi i
sur de Hungnam en el Nor-ete
de Corea y en Sarlwon a 35 rol-
las al sur de Pyongyang en el
oeste.
La 5a. Fuerza Area de Es-
tados Unidos efectu ms de
300 incursiones hasta el mcuio
da y alegan haber causado mal
de 700 bajas Los aliados es ten
usando el mximo de su pode-
ro areo para ayudar a las
.ropas de tierra bloquear la o-
enslva roja.
Los aviones de combate y
bombarderos livianos de la 54.
Fuerza Area se apresuraren a
ia zona de combate para ayu-
dar a las tropas de tierras y
lograron matar ms de 1,800
tropas comunistas.
Se mantiene igual
la produccin de
los automviles
DETROIT, Abril 23 (UP)La
produccin de automviles en
Estados Unidos sigue casi a su
nivel ms alto y algunos circu-
ios creen que permanecer asi
por el resto de la primavera.
Los vendedores de automviles
dicen que durante las ltimas
semanas han estado recibiendo
ms coches que los que han po-
dido vender.
Los Jefes de la industria auto-
movilstica, recordando que el
mercado "afloj" una o dos ve-
ces desde que termin la segun-
da guerra mundial, se mues-
tran cautelosos en cuanto a pre-
decir que volver a repetirse el
fenmeno de escasa demanda,
en la cual el comprador seria
factor dominante.
Pero muchos sntomas indican
que una competencia en gran
escala por el dlar del com-
prador se est registrando ac-
tualmente con ms vigor que en
ningn otro momento desde la
segunda guerra mundial.
Los vendedores explican la
"debilidad" en la venta por tres
razones principales:
DCompras precipitadas por
temor de la guerra el ao pasa-
do y a principios de este invier-
no, eliminando del mercado a
millares de compradores que
normalmente hubieran esperado
a esta estacin para comprar.
2)Regulacin ms estricta
(Pasa a la Pagina < Col. 3)
Fenomenalmente grandes son
las prdidas de hombres que
cuesta esta gran ofensiva
Las tropas aliadas han tenido que retirarse a-sec-
tores claves en varios frentes
TOKIO, Abril 23 (Urgente) (UP)Olas de comunistas chi-
nos que forman parte de un ejrcito rojo de 700,000 hombres se
lanzaron contra las lineas de las Naciones Unidas a todo lo largo
del frente de 95 millas, en su Un anunciada ofensiva de prlma-
Ver*Los rejos chinos avaniaban por sobre los mutilados cuerpos
de sus propios muertos. Miles de rojos cayeron bajo el intenso
fuego de la artillera aliada y el bombardeo aereo, pero otros mi-
les corran a reemplazarlos.
Los rojos estaban usando tanques en un sector, pero no usa-
ron el apoyo areo. ______________^^_
Las tropas de las Naciones -
Unidas, quienes se encuentran
en desventaja numrica, tuvie-
ron que retirarse a sectores cla-
ves desde Kaesong en el oeste
hasta Inje en el -Esta Los ofi-
ciales de las Naciones Unidas
en el frente concedieron que
la situacin era "serla", pero
todava se muestran confiados
que el Octavo Ejrcito podr
hacerle frente a la marea roja.
Es posible que lo peor est
por venir. Unas pocas horas
antes que comenzara la ofen-
siva roja, el General James A.
Van Fleet. Comandante del Oc-
tavo Ejrcito, advirti que hay
indicios que los comunistas usen
nuevas fuerzas que no son ni
chinas ni norboreanas para su
ofensiva. Dijo que las nuevas
fuerzas estn compuestas de
"voluntarios miscelneos", apo-
yados por el podero areo. (Es-
te informe parece hacer una
referencia directa a la Inter-
vencin de los "voluntarios" so-
neticos, sacados de unos cien
mil prisioneros de guerra japo-
neses, los cuales estaban siendo
entrenados por los rusos).
Hasta el presente solo han
atacado los rojos chinos, y no
se han divisado aviones comu-
nistas a cien millas del frente.
Sin embargo, los aviones alia-
dos han destruido o averiado
a ocho aviones de construccin
rusa del tipo MIO-15 y persi-
guieron a 28 ms sobre el nor-
oeste de Corea. (El Senador
Robert Kerr dijo en Washing-
ton que si los aviones comu-
nistas atacan a las tropas do
las Naciones Unidas en el fren-
te, los aviones aliados los per-
seguirn "hasta alcanzarlos",
presumindose que lo harn
an cuando traten de escapar
dentro de Manchuria).
Los rojos chinos han dirigi-
do su principal golpe en esta
nueva ofensiva contra el centro
de la linea aliada al Sur de
(Pasa a la pagina 5 columna 4)
Extraordinaria alarma hay
entre los' ganaderos por el
aumento de la plaga trsalo
Extraordinaria y Justificada
alarma demostraron los gana-
deros en el curso de la Con-
federacin Nacional que cele-
braron ayer en Divisa al cons-
tatar que la plaga del trsalo
o gusano de monte se ha ex-
tendido a casi todos los sec-
tores de la Repblica.
Bajo la presidencia de don
Ricardo M. Arias E., Ministro
de Agricultura, se celebr la
Conferencia que fue muy con-
currida, pues asistieron gana-
deros de la mayora de los dis-
tritos. Be trataron exclusiva-
mente los problemas de trsa-
lo y de la fiebre aftosa.
En la discusin del trsalo
tomaron parte tcnicos al ser-
vicio del Departamento de A-
grlcultura, asi como hombres
prcticos que expusieron la gra-
(Paaa a la Pgina Columna 8)
Actuar desde el 3
de Mayo la Compaa
Teatral Lope de Vega
Con la llegada a esta capi-
tal de su representante, queda
asegurada la representacin do
la Compaa Lope de Vega, en
los escenarlos del Istmo, donde
se montaran, desde el 3 de ma-
yo, seis obras escogidas de su
clsico repertorio.
Rodeada de un slido presti-
gio hispano, llega a Panam
este conjunto teatral con un
mensaje cordial de la cultura
Ibrica manifestada en el cl-
sico teatro de abolengo que pre-
senta con depurada tcnica mo-
(Pasa a la Ps. Col. 3>
Se incluir la partida para
los gastos de la Polica
Secreta en el presupuesto
La Asamblea Legislativa Per-
manente incluir hoy en el
Presupuesto de Rentas y Gas-
tos, la partida para el funcio-
namiento de la Polica Secreta
Nacional, seg*n Informacin su-
ministrada a un redactor de
este diario por un miembro de
la Comisin.
Todo parece indicar que la
exposicin que hiciera el vier-
nes ltimo el Contralor Gene-
ral de la Repblica, ha influido
decisivamente en el concepto de
los comisionados, pues haba
algunos que estimaban que no
haba necesidad de la inter-
vencin del rgano Ejecutivo
para la vigencia del Presupues-
to.
El HD. Gonzlez Revilla ma-
nifest que l habla estimado
que la medida de supresin de
la partida de la Secreta se ha-
ba debido a la necesidad de
ajustar el presupuesto y nunca
a cuestiones de carcter politi-
co a la que l Jams se pres-
tarla.
De esta manera quedar re
(Pasa a la Pag. col. I)
Se describe cmo
es la atmica de
cinco toneladas
NUEVA YORK. Abril 23 (TJV>
El modelo para 1851 de la'
bomba atmica es un mecanis-
mo de 5 toneladas parecido a
un tanque enorme de agua ca-
liente, con una punta redonda!
de acuerdo con la revista "Loo!Y
En un articulo, la revista di-,
ce que "la bomba completa-1
mente armada es lo ms feo
que pueda haber en la tierra",
agregando que los bombarderos
"pueden arrojarla con una pre-
cisin asombrosa".
Dice que la bomba mide tu-
mo 20 pies de largo, diez pies
de dimetro y pesa 10.000 Ubi'.
pudiendo estallar 40 segundas
despus de haber sido lanzd
por el bombardero.
Rebaja parcial de sueldos se est contemplando
Una rebaja parcial de suelde* y redaccin de varias partidas
de lee diverses Ministerios de Estado se contemplaba en la ma-
ana de hoy, al terminarse de discutir el Presupuesto y arrojar
la ausaa total na cifra superior en cerca de aullen medio de
balboas, por encima de la estipulada por la Contralori General
de la Repblica, segn pudimos informarnos ea crculo, allega-
dos a la Comisin Legislatura Permanente.
Hasta donde hemos podido sabor, ano de los Ministerios ms
afectado* por tos recortes ordenados por la Legislativa, es el de
rdaescin, per* no se ha podido obtener la cifra exacta de este
recete donde, segn se nos Inform, se han rebajado sueldos a
una gran cantidad de emplead**. Tambin se afect en B/. Ita,-
ee.se, el Ministerio de Agricultura y en B/. lM.tM.cc el de Rela-
ciones Exteriores. El Ministerio de Gobierno estaba siendo ob-
jeto de recortes importantes en la maana de hoy y se estaba
tomando como pauta la escala de sueldos de 1*47.
En la afanosa tarea de reajustar el Presupuesto se encontra-
ban en la maana de hoy los miembros de la Comisin Legisla-
tiva Permanente y el Contralor General ed la Repblica.
Un miembro de la Comisin Legislativa Permanente inform
en la maana de hov que cuando se termin el estudio del Pre-
'puesto, la sama total pasaba de lo* treinta v tro* millonea,
pero que l no estaba de acuerdo con sue se redujeran los s^H
dos para ajustar el Presupuesta.
4



PA(.l>A DU8
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
vUNES, ABRIL 23, 1951
PatiamaAmrtca
MARIO INDirENMENTI
HARMODIO ARIAS. DIRECTOR
EDITORA PANAMA AMIRICA. A.
TlLirONO S-0740 (CENTRAL PRIVAOA) APARTADO POSTAL NO. 134
IN SUS TALLERES SITUADOS EN ESTA CIUOAD, CALLE H. NO. 57
EL PROBLEMA DEL ASIA PARA LAS
_____________NACIONES UNIDAS_____________
Desde las primeras invasiones comunistas a
China se comenz a vislumbrar un serio problema
poltico en el Asia. Despus han venido movimientos
prcticamente arrolladores al extremo que casi la
totalidad de esta gran nacin es ya un satlite
de Rusia. Y con la guerra agresora contra la Re-
pblica de Corea del Sur el- asunto ha adquirido
proporciones de grave peligro.
Como es sabido, en la actualidad las Naciones
Unidas estn confrontando la incertidumbre de un
serio dilema, cual es el de resolverse a la guerra
general en el Asia para detener el avance del to-
talitarismo comunista o mantenerse al margen de
los sucesos polticos-militares de ese Continente.
En la semana pasada la palabra de MacArthur
en el seno del Congreso de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica puso frente a la opinin pblica de su
pas y ante la conciencia del mundo libre el mismo
dilema, aclarando que la prdida del Asia signifi-
cara una trascendental derrota para la civilizacin
occidental. Naturalmente, el criterio del gran Ge-
neral americano tiene que gravitar mucho en su Pa-
tria, pero eso no quiere decir que lo" dicho por l
tenga un carcter definitivo en las decisiones de
los Estados Unidos. Contina, pues, el debate sobre
el tema en torno al cual se aducen argumentos de
una y otra parte.
Las informaciones radiogrficas de las ltimas
veinticuatro horas dan la noticia de un violento
contraataque de las fuerzas comunistas chinas. Nue-
vamente s plantea para el ejrcito libertador de la
ONU y especialmente para el de los Estados Uni-
dos el problema de una agresin brutal planeada
y organizada impunemente allende la frontera de
Corea.
No obstante el podero del Comando aliado en
el Lejano Oriente es muy difcil la situacin por
cuanto el enemigo tiene sus centros de abasteci-
miento en un territorio dentro del cual l goza de
absoluta inmunidad. Es evidente que el dilema men-
cionado que, tienen frente a s as Naciones Uni-
das se revivir intensamente si los ataques de la
China sovietizada continan.
Las Naciones democrticas tienen que enfren-
tarse ante hechos dolorosos y quizs ellos traigan
como consecuencia un cambio general de poltica en
lo que se refiere a las cuestiones asiticas. Ser po-
sible para la ONU mantenerse al margen de los
acontecimientos cuando el enemigo avanza bajo la
bandera del imperialismo en funcin conquistado-
ra?
Sobre el "Caso Haya"
Por Aldor
ATENCIN
Ca. Fiduciaria de Panam. S. A.
La Junta Directiva electa el 9 de abril de 1951
y la Comisin de Depositantes
de la Ca. Fiduciaria de Panam, S. A.
a los interesados hace saben
Que en atencin al respaldo y cooperacin que hasta la fe-
cha Ir han prestado todos los depositantes, v al estudio minucio-
M.que Kan hecho del informe de ios Auditores Prlce-W.terhouse J"**" ^^^V"-"1'^^LS^^a^J^ZV
* Co.. han llegado la concusin de que 1 situacin del Banco J"- **" \J* *%"* S^SS^'^T.
LA GUERRA POR LA PAZ
Probable Ofensiva
El relevo del Gral. Douglas MacArthur del puesto de supre-
mo comandante norteamericano en el Extremo Oriente, ordena*
do por el presidente Truman como una medida encaminada a
impedir la extensin de la guerra v el predominio de los milita-
res sobre el poder civil (ver AMERICA DE POI.O A POLO) no pa-
reci modificar, la semana pasada, el curso de las operaeiearae
de la guerra de Corea.
Los informes del servicio de inteligencia unitario indicaban
que los chinos y norcoreanos haban realhtado una gran concea-
(arcin de fuerzas y material en el tringulo Chorwon-Knmhwa-
Hwachon: ms de 358 mil voluntarlos chinos y unos 15* mil
200 mil norcoreanos, Integrando 63 divisiones, se encontrabas
listos para emprender el ataque; se sealaba la nogada de tros
ejrcitos chinos de refresco, con unos 100 mil hombres; ios con-
es mejor de lo que se estim originalmente; y que, por lo tanto
i no es necesario solicitar a los depositantes que Inviertan el 100%
i de sus depsitos en acciones preferidas como se haba conside-
lado indispensable en el plan del Ex-Director General y actual
i Presidente, Don Justo Fabio Arosemena.
Que siendo la intencin bsica y primordial de la Junta Di-
rectiva v de la Comisin de los Depositantes devolver a los depo-
I sitantes de la Compaa, lo ms pronto posible, la libertad de
mobilizar a su arbitrio las sumas depositadas, han aprobado el
siguiente plan que al ponerse en prctica har posible la reanu-
dacin de las operaciones del Banco con la mxima garanta a
. los Intereses de los depositantes.
Ti vn ve Lie a Haya: Estos son algunos datos para el primer
ipiulo del tomo del libro que preparamos en la ONU sobre su
'caso"._________________________________________________
GENIOS TARDOS
Por J. E. LEFEVRE
ENTREGA DE PREMIOS
EN EL TEATRO CENTRAL
Hoy a las 5 de la tarde se entregarn los premios
a los ganadores del "Concurso Cenicienta" en el Teatro
Central, el cual consista en colorear ciertas figuras
que aparecieron publicadas semanas atrs en La Estre-
lla de Panam.
Este concurso no se pudo realizar anteriormente
debido a la's limitaciones impuestas por la campaa
contra el polio, la cual prohiba la asistencia de nios
a los teatros. \
Un jurado compuesto por destacados artistas na-
cionales ha escogido los mejores trabajos entre los cen-
tenares presentados a concurso.
El Sr. Manuel ngulo, de La Estrella de Panam,
y el Sr. Rossi, de la RKO Radio Pictures, harn entrega
de los premios.
Como se estipul en las condiciones del concurso
s indispensable estar presente en el momento de la
entrega de premios.
Algo que no se ve todos los das!
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ELACUILA
Los genios generalmente sue-
len ser precoces, especialmente
los msicos, como lo demustran
Mozart y otros ms. Algo seme-
jante sucede respecto a los ma-
temticos, aunque no con igual
frecuencia; se puede presentar
a Blas Pascal como ejemplo t-
pico, en su grado mximo. Es
raro, en carnDlo, que los genios
desarrollen sus facultades ex-
cepcionales despus de la juven-
tud. Entre estoi pocos, que pue-
den calificarse como genios tar-
dos, deben mencionarse a
Cromwell, Len XIII y Santiago
Ramn y Cajal, quienes se des-
tacaron en campos disimiles y
que, adems, no tenan ninguna
afinidad.
Cromwell, como Napoleon I,
fue producto de las extraordi-
narias circunstancias en que le
correspondi actuar, porque de
lo contrario no se habra ma-
nifestado su latente genio. Bo-
naparte, sin emgargo, pertene-
ce al grupo especial de los ge-
nios magnos, por lo cual pue-
de considerarse a Cromwell co-
mo genio relativo, si se le com-
para con Napolen. El paralelo
es admisible, nicamente, en
cuanto a que el corso, sin la
Revolucin Francesa, no habra
desarrollado sus ms relevantes
cualidades, lo mismo que Crom-
well tampoco habra podido na-
cerlo, sin los acontecimientos
que produjeron la Revolucin de
Inglaterra, porque su recia y
dinmica personalidal apenas
estaba, hasta entonces, en con-
diciones potenciales.
Len XIII, por el contrario,
perfeccion su admirable orga-
nismo mental, gradualmente,
durante una larga existencia
que culmin en el Papado, en el
cual pudo revelar su genio y,
especialmente, su amplia vision.
No pudo cosechar en vida, sin
embargo, los frutos de sus bri-
llantes concepciones, en propor-
cin a sus indiscutibles mere-
cimientos, porque principalmen-
te fue un gran precursor, debi-
do a lo cual sus contempor-
neos no supieron apreciar su
extraordinaria clarividencia, en
todo su alcance. Despus de su
muerte, pasados varios aos de
relativo olvido, fue cuando se
revivi su Inmortal Encclica De
Rerum Novarum, la cual no tu-
vo un eco Igual al que produ-
jeron los escritos de Karl Marx,
a quien supera en visin de
conjunto y, sobre todo, en am-
plitud de miras porque, lejos de
fomentar disolventes divisiones
de clases, aspiraba a armonizar
a los hombres por medio ele una
justicia social de conjunto, fun-
dada en una bien entendida fra
terniad cristiana. Le correspon-
di a otro gran Pontfice, Po
XI. en su encclica De Quadra -
ges slml Annl. darle nueva vida
a las evidentes advertencias de
Len XIII .aunque ya no era f-
cil aplicarlas, con la misma o-
portunidad. como cuando las ex-
puso; ni era posible, tampoco,
obtener los genticos resultados
que pudieron alcan7arse, en su
debido tiempo, si se hubieran
atendido sus sabias amonesta-
ciones.
Es grande la admiracin que
siento por el egregio autor de
la Inmortal encclica De Rerum
Novarum pero, no obstante,
pienso ocuparme primero, en
forma ms detallada, sobre San-
tiago Ramn Cajal, porque su
recuerdo est fresco, todava, y
porque su decisiva Influencia so-
bre la ciencia espaola, es tan
notable que apenas admite com-
paracin, aunque ellas estn en
una escala mucho menor, con
las que Garcllaso y Rubn Da-
t rio ejercieron, en sus respectl-
1 vas pocas, sobre la literatura
espaola. La comparacin, sin
embargo, seria muy relativa por-
que, ambos poetas, encontraron
ya realizada una obra enorme.
Al primero, sobre todo, le toc
actuar en medio de una pl-
yade de colosos, de mayor mag-
nitud que la suya, y la lite-
ratura espaola haba llegado
a lo que justamente se denoml-
; n su Edad de Oro. Rubn Da-
ro, como Uurcila.su, hizo sentir
l su Influencia remo/adora sobre
las letras castellanas, aunque en
un perodo menos brillante pera
] que, para emplear un smil se-
mejante al anterior, podramos
llamar la Edad de Plata.
El caso de Ramn y Cajal es
muy distinto. Sera necesario re-
montarse a los tiempos cuando
Crdoba se hallaba en su zenit,
si se Intentara hacer un para-
lelo aceptable con los mencio-'
nados poetas, aunque resulta-
ra muy distante, para encon-
trar condicones parecida* a las
que' ellos hallaron. Muy dife-
rente era, por otra parte, la si-
tuacin que tuvo que enfren-
tar' Ramn y Cajal. porque la
ciencia espaola, segn j mjs-
mo lo reitere, estaba en un es-
tado de atraso que la colocaba
en plano muy interior, en com-
paracin con el de Alemania,
Francia, y otras naciones euro-
peas. Estas mismas condiciones
desfavorables le dan mayor re-
lieve a su ogra creadora y, par-
ticularmente, a su intensa ges-
tin renovadora, la cuai reali-
z en condiciones poco propicias
para efectuar investigaciones
cientficas, como las que llev
a cabo; y hacen resaltar su ad-
mirable y patritica labor, por
la cual remoz v transform ra-
] dlcalmente a la ciencia espaola,
; debido a su constante esfuer-
zo y a su incansable tesn, que
fueron las caractersticas ms
salientes de su genio Investiga-
dor.
Panam, abril de 1951.1
El plan es el siguiente:
1Los depositantes cuyas
cuentas no asciendan a mas
de B. 100.00 (cien balboas),
quedarn en libertad para gi-
rar hasta por el valor de las
mismas, desde el dia en que
el Banco reabra sus puertas.
2Para el resto de los de-
positantes, se anunciar la fe-
cha prxima en que pueden
girar tambin contra sus dep-
sitos hasta por la suma bsica
de B. 100.00.
El resto o saldo de sus de-
psitos se dividir asi:
a) Cincuenta por ciento de a voto, e igual a las que re-
su valor ser invertido en ac- j elban los compradores de ac-
grafias tomadas con las cmaras "de horizonte a horizonte", ha-
ba localizado en Manchuria unos 4M a M avinos MIG-15 do
retropropulsin y comunicaba que los norcoreanos trabajaban fe-
brilmente para mantener en buen estado las pistas y aerdromos
construidos en NoMorea y atacados constantemente por la avia-
tion unitaria; se mencionaba que la URSS haba facilitado a
China unos 3 mil aviones de todos los tipos y qae esta faena
disputara a la unitaria el dominio del aire.
De los 150 mil hombres que integran el So. Ejrcito, el Tte.
Oral. Ridgway haba logrado enviar a la linea de fuego a unos
!M) mil, reduciendo al mnimo el personal administrativo y de re-
taguardia; haba recibido nuevas dotaciones de artillera para
aumentar su ya marcada superioridad en bocas de faego, espe-
cia Intente los caones de 155 mm llamados LONG TOM; los bar-
cos de guerra unitarios mantenan el diario bombardeo de Wen*
san (50 das) y Sonr.iin (30 das) para Inutilizar la rata de abas-
tecimientos proveniente de Manchuria y que corre a lo largo do
la costa occidental coreana; la aviacin unitaria atacaba cons-
tantemente los puentes sobre el rio Yalu, especialmente el do
liuun:, para cortar la afluencia de tropas y abastecimientos chi-
nos, y al hacerlo combata a diario con los MIG-15 basados en
Manchuria v que en nmero creciente aparecan para dar bata-
lla a los aviones nortearaerienos, refugindose en Manchuria: y
se n -.biaba de la posibilidad de que Mosc "vendiera" a China
algunos de los submarinos que tiene en las bases navales de las
provincias martimas siberianas: Vladivostock, Sovietskayagaven
(Russkaiahaven). Nikolaevsk, etc., para poder atacar a las uni-
dades navales unitarias.
Las fuerzas terrestres unitarias haban continuado su avan-
clones preferidas de B. 10.00 ca-
da una que devengarn un di-
videndo de B. 0.05 por ao, acu-
mulable y con preferencia so-
clones preferidas.
Estos pagars sern pagade-
ros en esta ciudad de Panair.'..
junto con intereses similares a
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores oronramas
Tome
'o
bre las acciones comunes en ca-1 ios que se paguen a los tene-
so de liquidacin o quiebra. Por ores de acciones preferidas de
cada accin preferida que ad- ia Compaa, que aqu se men-
quleran los depositantes, reel- clonan, en los mismos plazos y
blrn una accin comn con condiciones en que sean redi-
derecho a voto y sin valor no- midas dichas acciones,
mlnal; las acciones comunes Queda entendido que en el
que en esta forma se otorguen j caso de quiebra o liquidacin
quedarn de propiedad del com- judicial o voluntaria de la Com-
prador de la accin preferida paa, el tenedor, beneficiarlo,
an despus que haya sido re- i o los sesionarlos del menciona-
dimida, do pagar no tendrn derecho
.. _, ,. ._a a otro privilegio o preferencia
b) El otro 50 por ciento ser e, d ,a gimia ,
colocado en depsitos a plazo |,.epresenta que aqueilos privi-
ijo que se cancelara segn la* los preferenclas que en dl_
condiciones que a continuacin
se expresan:
De lo que se cobre mensual-
mente de las obligaciones pen-
dientes al 8 de marzo de 1951,
ae dedicar el mximo porcen-
taje posible para abonar pro-
Dorclonalmente a todos los de-
ositos a plazo fijo existentes.
ran pronto como se cancelen! constituye la frmula ms con-
ns depsitos fijos aludidos en
l prrafo anterior, el porcen-
taje mximo de los cobros men-
suales antes Indicados se de-
dicar exclusivamente a redi-
mir proporcionalmente las ac-
ciones preferidas y se pagarn
a razn de B. 10.00 cada una,
es decir, exactamente lo mismo
que pag por ellas el deposi-
tante.
3Las personas naturales o
Jurdicas que por alguna cir-
cunstancia no pueden trans-
formar sus depsitos en accio-
ESPERE
LA GRAN
VENTA ESPECIAL
donde
FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
ALMACN PRINCIPAL
SOLAMENTE
Avenida Central 21
nes preferidas segn el punto
anterior, podrn acogerse a lo
siguiente:
a) 50 por ciento a plazo fi-
jo no mayor de dos aos y pa-
gadero en las mismas condi-
ciones como se les pagar a los
depositantes que adquieran ac-
ciones preferidas segn el a-
parte b del punto 2 de este-
plan.
b) Por el otro 50 por cien-
to se les expedir pagars de
las denominaciones que deseen.
Por cada B. 10.00 en pagars ce en linea recta, cruzando el paralelo 38 y encontrando resis-
que acepte un depositante se i tenpia nicamente en el sector central: los chinos y norcoreanos
le otorgar una accin comn I cerraban el paso a los unitarios en el flanco derecho del trin-
sln valor nominal, con derecho "lo Chorwon-Kumhwa-Hwachon, en la represa de Hwachon (ano
es la segunda central hidroelctrica construida en Corea por los
nipones); mientras que continuaban retrocediendo en el sector
oriental, incluso rompiendo el contacto tras de presentar batalla
durante algunas horas; en el sector occidental, los contingentes
surcoreanos haban avanzado a lo largo de la carretera costera
hasta llegar a Kansong, a 48 km. al Norte del paralelo SS, sin
encontrar una resistencia digna de mencin.
El alto mando del 8o. Ejrcito se mostraba preocupado por
la actitud de los comunistas: conociendo que la tctica de los
chinos consiste en replegarse v romper el contacto cuando estn
en vsperas de lanzar una ofensiva, y sabiendo que han realiza-
do poderosas concentraciones de hombros y material, caba su-
poner que la ofensiva de primavera estaba a punto de desenca-
denarse y se la esperaba precisamente en el sector central. Di-
cha ofensiva partira del tringulo estratgico mencionado y des-
tendera por la clsica ruta de invasin: teniendo protegido el
flanco occidental por la cadena montaosa y por la demostrada
incapacidad de las tropas surcoreanas para actuar efectivamen-
te, ios comunistas chino-norcoreanos podran romper el fronte
unitario mediante sus oleadas humanas y de material, irrumpir
en la retaguardia unitaria v pivotar hacia el oriente en basca de
envolver al 8o. Ejrcito en la regin de Sel. Cuentan con los
hombres necesarios para ello y si la aviacin comunista contra-
chas circunstancias se otorguen "est* ,a ,uer?* *rea unitaria, la situacin del 8o. Ejrcito po-
a los tenedores de acciones pre- hacerse critica.
La desaparicin de la supremaca unitaria en el aire seria an
golpe muy serio para las fuerzas que hoy manda I Gral. van
Fleet: tanto o mas lo seria el ataque contra Pasan y los gran-
des depsitos que se extienden en sus alrededores, ya que dicho
puerto es la entrada de todos los abastecimientos de las faenas
unitarias, que por los puertos del mar Amarillo casi no reciben
abastecimientos por las enormes diferencias entre la pleamar y
la bajamar.
La seriedad de la situacin que se avecina en Corea ha que-
dado subrayada per el hecho de que el Gral. Ridgway regres
inmediatamente a Corea tras de hacerse cargo del mando reti-
rado al Gral. MacArthur: el Gral. Van Fleet, an siendo un mi-
litar competente, no puede estar enterado de la situacin en la
misma forma en que lo est Ridgway y se necesita que esto est
presente durante algn tiempo para poner al tanto a sa sucesor.
SI el 8o Ejrcito detiene la ofensiva primaveral comunista,
habr posibilidades de liquidar diplomticamente la guerra en
Corea; si no la detienen... Mientras Unte, cada semana de Us
guerra cuesta a los EE. VV. un promedio de 1,200 bajas entre
muertos, heridos y desaparecidos.
(Tomado de "TIEMPO" de Mxico)
feridas de la Cia. Fiduciaria de
Panam,. S. A.
Tanto la Junta Directiva co-
mo la Comisin de Depositan-
tes de la Cia. Fiduciaria de
Panam, S. A., consideran que
el plan anteriormente esbo/ado
veniente a los Intereses de los
depositantes y al pblico en
general, para solucionar la di-
fcil situacin creada a la eco-
noma nacional por la suspen-
sin de operaciones de esta Ins-
titucin bancarla. De llevarse a
la prctica, ser posible en un
plazo relativamente corto de-
volver a los depositantes la to-
talidad de los depsitos, me-
diante una poltica de cobro
hbil que permita al Banco re-
cuperar todas sus acreencias
sin provocar desajustes perju-
dcales a la economa de la Na-
cin.
Desean tambin aclarar la
Junta Directiva y la Comisin
de Depositantes, que aquellas
personas que ya hayan acepta-
do cambiar la totalidad de sus
depsitos por acciones preferi-
das, podrn acogerse a este
nuevo plan si asi lo desean.
Justo Fabio Arosemena, J. J.
Vallarlno, Horacio Clare Jr.,
Guillermo E. Quijano, Henri-
que de Obarrio, Roy 8. Mos-
her," James Smoot, Roberto
Heurtematte, Rodolfo Barni-
za Jr., Eloy Benedettl, Javier
Lasso de la Vega, Raimundo
Ortega V.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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Honores de Mayor General
le rinden en Guatemala al
poeta Jos Joaqun Palms
GUATEMALA, Abril 28
En cinco aviones militares lle-
g el lunes 16 de los corriente*
la misin especial cubana que
conduelo a su suelo natal los
restos del gran poeta Jos Joa-
qun Pama, autor de la letra
del himno nacional.
Esa misin est integrada en
la siguiente forma:
8efior doctor Aureliano San-
chez Arango, Ministro le Edu-
cacin, en calidad de presiden-
te, Eduardo Abela Villarreal,
Ministro de Cuba en Guatema-
la; doctor Enrique Gay Calb,
Consultor del Ministerio de Es-
tado (Relaciones Exteriores);
Coronel del Ejrcito Libertador
e Cuba, A Uredo Lima, en re-
presentacin del Consejo Na-
cional de Veteranos de la In-
dependencia; doctor Jos L.
Garcia Baylleres, Presidente de
la Asociacin Nacional de Emi-
grados Revolucionarios Cuba-
nos; doctor Miguel ngel Car-
bonell. Presidente de la Acade-
mia Nacional de Artes y Le-
tras; doctor Emeterlo Santo-
venia, presidente de la Acade-
mia Nacional de la Historia;
doctor Ral Roa Garcia, direc-
tor de Cultura del Ministerio de
Educacin, y Profesor de la U-
niversldad de La Habana; se-
ores Francisco y Rogelio Pal-
ma, hijos del eximio poeta Jos
Joaqun Palma.
Todas estas personalidades
ostentarn el rango de Emba-
jadores en Misin Especial, asi
como el Coronel Aristides So-
sa de Quezada, por el Ejrcito.
Los mencionados seoi s pro-
cedentes de Cuba vendrn a-
compaados de sus respectivas
esposas. Esta misin se com-
pletar con los oficiales del E-
jrcito que Irn al mando de
las naves areas, a las rdenes
del Oficial Superior que opor-
tunamente designe el Ministe-
rio de la Defensa Nacional, y
que sern en nmero de 18.
La Misin fue portadora de
dos banderas, una de Guate-
mala y otra de Cuba, para ser
colocadas sobre el 'retro que
guarda los restos del gran poe-
ta. La prensa fue representa-
da por 18 personas entre re-
dactores y fotgrafos. Adems
vendrn otros diez invitados,
cuyos nombres no se han dado
a conocer an. El total es de
120 personas.
A los restos de Palma les
fueron rendidos honores de Ma-
yor General muerto en campa-
na, y declarando da de duelo
oficial el 17 de abril en que
llegaron los restos a Cuba. Del
aeropuerto parti el cortejo
hacia el Capitolio Nacional, es-
tando cubiertos ambos lados de
la vi por escolares de los cen-
tros docentes del Estado.
En la escalinata principal del
Capitolio Nacional fue situada
la Escuela Pblica "Repblica
de Guatemala" con todos sus
alumnos y profesorado.
Los restos fueron expuestos
en capilla ardiente en la ro-
tonda principal del Capitolio
Nacional, en donde se les rin-
dieron constantes guardias de
honor, que fueroo iniciadas por
el seor Presidente de la Re-
pblica y su Consejo de Mi-
nistros.
En las primeras horas de la
maana del mircoles 18. los
restos fueron conducidos nue-
vamente al Aeropuerto Militar
de Columbia, desde donde sa-
li una flotilla de aviones en
los que fueron conducidos por
las Misiones Especiales de Cuba
y Guatemala hasta la ciudad
de Bayamo, su tierra natal, pa-
ra ser depositados con toda so-
lemnidad en el mausoleo cons-
truido para ello por el Gobier-
no cubano.
En Bayamo el cortejo fue re-
cibido por representantes de to-
dos los centros e Instituciones
de la ciudad y pueblo en ge-
neral, as como por los nios
de las escuelas que portaron
ofrendas florales para deposi-
tarlas en la tumba definitiva
de Palma.
En el acto del entierro hi-
cieron us de la palabra el Sr.
Presidente de la Repblica, el
seor Ministro de Educacin,
en su representacin.
Momentos despus, se llev a
efecto la inauguracin del Cen-
tro Escolar de Veguitas, al que
fue Impuesto el nombre de Jo-
s Joaqun Palma.
En homenaje a tan preclaro
ciudadano, el Ministro de E-
ducacin convoc a un concur-
so entre los alumnos de Cen-
tros Secundarios de Cuba, para
premiar con $100.00 la mejor
biografa escrita sobre l
El Ministerio de Educacin
de Cuba ha editado un cuader-
no de cultura dedicado a Jos
Joaqun Palma, que llevar co-
mo prlogo una carta del A-
pslol Marti. La confeccin de
dicho cuaderno ha estado 4
cargo del distinguido intelec-
tual doctor Jos Mara Chacn
y Calvo.
Finalmente se dispuso que la
banda militar de Cuba, la del
Estado Mayor del Ejrcito ac-
tuada en los actos referidos.
fW -''": ".....; ".....
El comunismo alemn realiza |

purga comparable a la nazi
nloso plan es, por supuesto, ha-
cer que se renan los cancille-
res y luego Impedir que se lle-
llegue a un acuerdo. Resta por
saber si los estadistas occiden-
tales caeran ingenuamente erf*'
los lazos que les est tendiendo"
Mosc.
Por Jemes Wakefield Burke I
BERLIN, Abril 23 iEPSi El
partido comunista alemn SED)
esta siendo objeto de una purga
que los observadores consideran
tan serla como la que ocurri en
los aos 19S4 a 1938, Es dcimo;
se trata de una simple elimina-1
clon de miembros corrientes, si-
no de algo ms slgnlflcatvo.
La razn de esta nueva pur-'
ga, en la cual participan 21,000
agentes contralores y 4,500 co-
misiones, es que se quiere disol-
ver el partido de masas, para
cllleres seria posible reunir un
"Consejo Constituyente" de toda
Alemania, que entrara en ne-
gociaciones con Mosc. Y Ru-
sia reconocera a Alemania en
un tratado de Paz. Esto ocurri-
ra, conforme a los planes so-
viticos, en un momento opor-
tuno, desde el punto de vista
psicolgico, es decir, preclsamen
te despus de que la conferen-
cia de cancilleres terminara en
un fracaso debido a que los go-
biernos occidentales "rehusaron
llegar a un acuerdo e insistie-
reemplazarlo con una organiza- ron en armarse contra los reg-
cln de escuadras o clulas al menes democrticos", segn a-
vlejo estilo, que pueda realizar firmaran los rusos,
sus propsitos revolucionarlos, Como ,os alemanes viven cons
c.n a f,ne. -gi~ re,1"erlda- : tantemente bajo el temor de que
En la Union-Sovitica, como es ios ejrcitos rusos ocupen todo
bien sabido, la propaganda y la su territorio, temor que es agra-
ln soldado de la Armada Australiana (a la derecha) ofrece
su ayuda a un soldado de la Armada de los Rifados Unidos,
herido durante una batalla de las Fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas contra los agresores comunistas en la Repblica de
Corea. Hasta ahora catorce naciones han aportado fuerzas
de combate al Comando Unificado de las Naciones Unidas.
Sus esfuerzos combinados contribuyen para resistir la agre-
sin comunista, demostrando la buena voluntad de los pueblos
amantes de la libertad de pelear unidos en defensa de la
libertad.
Consultados 26.152
libros en el ao 1950
en la Biblioteca
Durante el pasado ao en la
Biblioteca Nacional el total de
Consultas y Prstamos ascen-
di a 26,152 libros, correspon-
diendo IP. 723 a adultos y 7,429
a nios y se recaud en con-
cepto de sanciones por la. tar-
danza en la devolucin de li-
bros la suma de B. 39.98. Los li-
bros no devueltos fueron 78 y
los perdidos 6.
Lectores morosos que no han
respondido a las llamadas per-
sonales y por la prensa para
la devolucin de libros duran-
te el ao de 1950:
Enero
Cont P. Jorge I.
Gve* H, Vicente
Gutirrez. Segundo
Remn, Cecilia P. de
Villalobos, Vctor
Febrero
Lpez, Alarcn
Rivera J, Juan
Abril
Lpez, Cladys
Moneada Luna, Jos A.
Pinzn Nio, R. I.
Rangel, Len
Rodriguez, Flix A.
Ruiz C, E. Cecilia
CtinlaAVENl
estn desempacando
PETICOTES SIN HOMBRERAS
Rosado, blanco, celeste.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial... 5.50
PETICOTES DE NYLON
Blanco, celeste, rosa.
Tallas 32 a 38.
7.95 a 10.50
PENTIES DE NYLON
Rosado, blanco, celeste.
Tallas 5, 8 y 7.
1.95 a 2.25
CAMISONES DE SEDA
Y ENCAJES
' Celeste, blanco, rosa. aqua.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial... 4.25
PUAMAS PARA NIAS
En lechuguilla y en jersey.
Celeste, rosa, amarillo.
4 al 12 y 1 al 3.
Especial: 2.60-2.95 y 3.50
BRASSIERES SIN HOMBRERAS
EXQUISITE FORM
Blanco y negro.
Tallas 32 al 40
1.95 y 2.95
COMPRE AHORA
QUINTA AVENIDA
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Mayo
Arosemena, Bolivar
Arlas, Alfredo
Espinosa, Rodrigo
Mendoza, Abraham
Luzcando, Arnulfo
Junio
Abbott, Agustn O.
Anglln, Vctor
Galego, Jess
Palacios, Francisco
Prescod, Eleonora
Snchez, Vilma E,
Villalobos, Irma E.
Julio
Arias, Celso Daro
Botello, Enrique
3Ortega, Rogelio
Tang, Francisco A.
Torrijos R\, Moiss
Agosto
Franco, Carlos G.
Mawod, Alfredo
Rodrguez. Agustn
Sharpe, Ernesto
Septiembre
Castillo Meja, Eurlbiades
Gordon, Beatriz
Quintero B Luis E.'
Paz y Mio, Carlos Dorian
8nchez, Leopoldo E.
Soto E.. Elizabeth
De la Victoria, Ciro
Octubre
Mazzola Jr.. Humberto
Ramirez, Gonzalo A.
Watson, Jaime
Noviembre
Isaza, Obaldlno
Junc, Jos Antonio
Moreno, Miguel A.
Nez Jr., Rafael
Urrlola, Leonardo
Tapia R Luis (2 libros)
Diciembre
Bosquez O.. Efran
Herrera, Mercedes I.
Me Bride, Juan
Rodriguez, Daniel
Vergara, Daniel
Panam, abril 17 de
1951
Galileo Patino, Director
_____
Lectores morosos que no han
respondido a las llamadas per-
sonales y por la prensa para
la devolucin de libros durante
los meses de enero y febrero
de 1951
Enero
Arlas, Roberto
Bohorqez, Gonzalo
Ceballos J.. Jos del C.
De Silva. Adolfo
Frago, Jos
Gonzlez de Mendoza, Amaya
Herrera Jr., Demetrio
Ripoll, Voro
Rivera, Santiago
Selles. Carlos M.
Schenkenberger. Edna
Febrero
verdad, la poltica interna y la
externa son cosas tan estrecha-
mente unidas que no pueden ser
separadas a primera vista As,
la purga de cerca de ochocien-
tos mil "camaradas" del parti-
do comunista parece directa-
mente relacionada con la pr-
xima reunin de los Cuatro
Grandes, que es esperado ansio-
samente por los rusos.
Los observadores polticos, por
su parte, creen tambin que sej
estn generando cosas de mayor
trascendencia, que los rusos es-|
tan buscando excusa para su fu-.
tura conducta en Alemania. Los
rusos han firmado siempre que
han sido las potencias occiden-
tales las que han violado los,
acuerdos de Potsdan, que ya son
acuerdos de Potsdam, que ya son '
man. Pareciera que quieren ol-
vidarlos del todo.
Esto les abrirla el camino pa-
ra firmar un tratado de paz se-
parado, que ya ha sido redac-
tado en parte. Pocos das des-'
Dus de la conferencia de can-
Cuadra B, Manuel
Espino E Ral
Fbrega P., Jorge
Gonzlez, R. Feo.
Ouedez M., Ramn
Lpez, Irene
Melndez P., Daniel
Martiz Jr., Hernando
Molino. Gloria Graciela
Royer G., Hilda Ma.
Snchez Pino, Virginia del C.
Vergara Montilla, Ana V.
Wleder. Mauricio Salomn
Panam, abril 17 de 1951.
Galileo Patino, Director
vado por la insistencia del oc-
cidente en pedirle a Alemania
que se arme de nuevo, la ga-
ranta rusa de no violar el te-
rritorio alemn en un argumen-
to grato para todos los alema-
nes.
El primer paso en este Inge-
lng
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Tendr usted con los
artculos de plata ester-
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precios ms bajos de la
plaaa.
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gran sistema de ventas por medio de club.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOCIOS FAVORECIDOS EN ABRIL 22, DE 1951
Seora MARIA DEL CARMEN MURILLO Ca-
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Calle la. No. 21 Mesa de extensin y 4
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AGINA CUATRO
EX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INftFWHMENTl
LUNIi, ABRIL M, lfSl
El Congreso de Ganaderos Celebrado en Divisa
Grficas del Congreso de Ganaderos celebrado
dencia para el futuro de la ganadera en la Re
clones sobre el estado actual de la ganadera.
Milln Agrcola norteamericana. Mayor foollin
ganadera en el Interior y en la otra, una vis
Harmodio Arias hacia algunas observaciones.
Agricultura, Comercio e Industrias, don Ricard
rio. don Carlos G. Isa y el 8r. Seller, direct
ayer en Divisa, el coal ser de gran trascen-
pblica, ya que se hicieron singulares revela-
En una de las vistas aparece el Tcnico de la
g, disertando sobre uno de los problemas de la
ta general de la concurrencia, cuando el Dr.
Aparece en una de las grficas el Ministro de
o Arias E., el Secretario asistente del Ministe-
or del Instituto Nacional de Agricultura._______
Centenares de pacientes son
atendidos por la jira mdica
Realizaron una Jira
por Bocas del Toro
unos universitarios
CHANGUINOLA Abril 38 (Co-
rresponsal) Estuvieron de vi-
tita en esta provincia, estudian-
tes y profesores de nuestra Uni-
versidad de Panam, formanuo
un simptico grupo que diriga
el Profesor ngel Rublo. Hlcis-
ron excursiones de estudio por
la regln insular y por la .<-
tln continental hasta la fron-
tera con Costa Rica. A boido
del tren regular de pasajeros
pudieron ver de pasada las plan
taclones de cacao y abac y >os
sectores que estn siendo pre-
parados para la Inundacin, ha-
bilitndolos as para la siembra
cic bananos. El grupo de excur-
sionistas se detuvo brevemente
en Changlnola para conocer la
Factora donde se extrae la va-
liosa fibra para la confeccin
de cordenes. Observaron tam-
bin una exposicin de produc-
tos manufacturados con fiOio
de abac localmente. Todos ios
integrantes del grupo universi-
tario han causado muy graiu.s
Impresiones en lo personal; en
cuanto a la Impresin que cau-
caron como representantes de
la Universidad, es obvio delir-
io, ya que esta casa de estudios
tiene la virtud de conmover
hasta bien hondo el sentimien-
to panameo. Fueron objetes
de finas atenciones por perte
de autoridades nacionales y mu-
nicipales, El Gobernador Heu-
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Desde Chitr protestan por
el intento de la Legislativa
de suprimir la Secreta aqu
CHITRE 22 Abril (Correspon-
sal) Es vergonzoso que yor'
meras pasiones polticas, repre-
sentantes pueblos, forman le-
gislativa Asamblea Naciona1,
hayan llegado al ridculo extre-
mo de tratar eliminar las ins-
'./Uclones aue son garanta con-
tra los delitos, dejando muio
tiempo en grave peligro la es-
tructura democrtica nuestro
gobierno, idea suprimir Secuta
Nacional es atentar contra la
tranquilidad social, mxime en
aetual poca de inseguridad in-
ternacional. Respaldamos ejecu-
tivo nacional por su atinada
conduccin problema nuestra
patria.
(Centro Panameista No. 3)
HORIONTALES:
IEspiral o muesca, Pl.
1Equipaje de mano.
J3Desgraciado, de mal agero.
J4Nombretes.
15Comparativo.
1Raspar.
1*5 Nombre de mujer.
19Del verbo asilar.
31De mi propiedad.
13Tratamiento espaol.
34Hroe legendario espaol.
36Preposicin.
37Estrujada.
39Hace el amor.
33Ave de plumaje muy neero
34Altar.
35Animales con plumas.
36Del verbo abocar.
38Labrase la tierra.
19Nombre Ingls de mujer.
40 Igual al 15 horizontal.
41Adverbio de lugar.
44Desinencia de los quebrados.
45Del verbo asar.
48Cacahuete.
50Del verbo ir.
52Imperativo de dar.
53Color de caballos.
35Mezcla de pez y cera.
17Con exceso de sal.
18Adquirir seso o cordura.
VEVRTICALES:
1Roedor.
2Animales domsticos.
3Sal de cido silcico.
4Nombre de letra.
5De agradar.
7Sin otro apellido, Inlc.
7Nombre de mujer.
8Agrupacin Patritica, Abv.
9Articulo, Pl.
10Tiempo transcurrido desde
el nacimiento.
11Macho de la vaca.
12- Cocinan en seco.
17Jefe de un imperio.
30Ciudad destruida por los
alemanes en la ltima
guerra.
22Afresis de ahora.
26Quisieras con amor.
27Amarra.
28Personaje bblico.
30En forma de valos, Pl.
31Cabeza de ganado.
32Del verbo asar.
34Del verbo adivinar.
37Nombre de mujer.
38 Dej verbo atar.
41Propietaria*.
42Rada o haba pequea.
43Relacin anual de sucesos.
46Fecha.
47Rio de Alemania.
49Del verbo izar.
51Adverbio de lugar.
55Preposicin inseparable.
56Nota musical.
Juan Burgos Presidente, CK-
mente Castaeda Vicepresidente
Dora E de Burgos, Tesorera.
Manuel L. Garca Secretarlo uc
Agitacin y Propaganda, Luc*
Castillo, Alizandro Ros, Juan
Antonio Rodrigues, Vocal, Va-
lentn Cabezas, Luis Olmedo
Ros, Secretarlo, Manuela Solis,
Gumerclnda Bolis, Octavio Dc-
zan, Elias Rodrguez, Lorenzo
Rivera R.. Juan de la C. Quin-
tero. Zacaras Quijada, Manuel
l. Ros. Jos Franclscal Fiscal,
Cisco Prez. Felipe Cedeflo, Mar
t,n castaeda. Rodolfo RocrJ-
iiez, Damin Bemal Julio
tenclo.
Siguen ms firmas.
Suaves como
una caricia
El domingo tiene
paseo a Taboga la
S. de Chiricanos
La Sociedad Cvica de Chi-
ricanos tendr un grandioso pa-
sco a la pintoresca Isla de Ta-
ooga el prximo Domingo 29
de Abril.
La lancha que llevar a ios
participantes de ste^aseo pr-
Ur del Muelle Fiscal (Merca-
do Pblico i a las 7:30 de la ni-
ana del Domingo, y todos o
que deseen participar deberi:
estar a ms tardar en el Mue-
lle Fiscal a las 6:30 de la ma-
ana.
A este formidable paseo lian
sido invitados miembros de la
prensa, radio y dems persona-
lidades de nuestro mundo social
Los tiquetes se encuentran a
a venta en el local de la So-
ciedad Cvica de C.ilricauos. e.\
los altos de la Bolsa del Cri-
nante en la Calle 12 Este y A-
venida Central. El valor del ti-
quete es de B. 124 y cubre el
valor de Ida y regreso a Taboa.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
En vista de que ha sido declarada desierta la lici-
tacin celebrada el da 27 de Febrero de 1951 para la
construccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional, se notifi-
ca al pblico que hasta las 10 a.m. del da 18 de Mayo
se recibirn propuestas en pliego cerrado en el despacho
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas para la construccin de
dicha obra.
Las ltimas especificaciones y planos podrn obte-
nerse durante las horas hbiles, en ta Seccin de Diseos
y Construcciones de este Ministerio, previo depsito de
B/200.00.
CELSO A. CARBONfLL,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, Abril 1H de 5l.
Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin
Advertencias sobre matrcula
Las matrculas para las escuelas primarias se
iniciarn al Lunes 23 da los corrientes.
Las Escuelas Estados Unidos, Presidente Valde
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 matrculas estarn abiertas, sin exospcin,
para todos los nios de edad escolar, es decir que por
ninguna circunstancia se podr rechazar de las escue-
las alumnos que deban ser matriculados en ellas. Para
matricularse en otra eecuela por cambio de domioilio
o causee 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 casos de nios extranjeros, los Directores
deben cerciorarse de que se han llenado todoa loe re-
quisitos exigidos por las Autoridades de Inmigracin.
Los pueblos de la Provincia
de Herrera reciben con arcos
al Dr. Francisco Samaniego
Se pide la cooperacin de tos mdicos de
Los Santos y Herrera para que concurran
LAS MINAS, Abril 33 (Coirss-
ponsali Despus de una ac-
tividad interna en Pitaloza y
Los Pozos, donde se desarroll
una gran labor mdica la jira
gue dirige el Dr. Francisco i-
manlego lleg a Las Minas
aonde el pueblo lo recibi cun
estandartes y arcos. Centenares
de personas concurrieron a la
entrada de la poblacin a pe-
sar de la lluvia. Los nlAos lle-
varon flores y le hicieron ca-
lle de honor y cantaron una
tuna nueva, alusiva al visitar-
le. El Consejo Municipal lo de-
clar husped de honor el di-
rector del Plantel Don Isaac
Lao pronunci un discurso im-
portuno y expresivo, en tanto
c,ue los poetas le dedicaban
dcimas.
El Ingeniero Roberto Rcyna
hizo una explicacin del obje-
to de la jira y luego el Dr. .-
mamego complet la explicacin
del Sr. Reyna yagradeci las
muestras de aprecio que se le
va les ofreci un agasajo en el
Club Copa. La Chirlqui La:.d
Company puso a su disposicin
una lancha para la excursin
martima El Club Social de Al-
mirante tuvo que cancelar. >or
compromisos del grupo una re-
cepcin que ofreca en sus sa-
lones, en honor de los vistame.*.
liacian.
___La llegada a Los Pozos....
LOS POZOS, Abril 23 (Conev
ponsal) En medio gran en-
tusiasmo entr trlunfalmente
ayer a esta poblacin Dr. Fran-
cisco Samaniego, acompaado
dentista Doctores Saturnino Rc-
dnguez y Lastenia VUlarrcal
Inspector sanitario Provincia*
Don Ezequiel Rodrguez Plmen-
tei y Sixto Crespo, Presiden'*
Concejo Municipal, d 1 nckile
bienvenida en nombre dlstuto.
Leyse resolucin Concejo, de
clarando Samaniego hijo pie-
dilecto Los Pozos. Enorme can-
tidad pacientes esperaban a.cn
ein mdica. Entre ellos una Jo-
ven catorce aos en estado c-
upso, quien est bajo observa-
cin y quien habra muerto si
lira mdica aslstenclal no hu-
biera llegado ayer. Es notoria
falta otros mdicos acompaen
doctor Samaniego. Hacemos mi
llamado espritu humanitario
medicos herreranos para qac
cooperen con federacin san-
tea y herrerana en estra chu-
zada salvadora. Pedimos a m-
dicos ocuefios, peseense, parn-
os y en general a todos .c<
mdicos amigos interior contes-
ten presente al llamado pueblo
nerrerano.
Pisarn en Atalaya
pelculas sobre la
labor agrcola
ATALAYA, Abril 23 (Conce-
poiisal) El Doctor Medina,
Mdico Veterinario de la Pro-
vincia de Veraguas, ha logrado
conseguir por intermedio del
Mayor Foiling, que la Embaja-
da Americana de una serle de
pelculas de gran inters para
ios ganaderos crladres de ccv-
Uos y avicultores y agriculto-
res en general.
La pelcula tratarn de:
A) Cra moderna de cereior.
Bi Enfermedades de las aw<
(New Castle, etc).
C) Enfermedades de vacunos.
i Brucellosis, Gusaneras, etc.)
Di Pelculas sobre vaqueras-
Adems el Dr. Medina aprove-
char la oportunidad para ciar
una serie de conferencia a los
Agricultores y ganaderos so'r*;
El Trsalo, Fiebre Aftosa, Now
Castle y tambin como comt-
tii en forma moderna las garra-
patas y moscas paleteras en os
vacunos.
Se ha confeccionado un pro-
grama para dar stas pelicjlci
y conferencias en todas las Ca-
beceras de Distritos: Santa F,
caaza.s Las Palmas, Calobie,
Montijo, Rio de Jess, San "ran
cisco, Atalaya, Son, La Mea
y Santiago.
El Doctor Medina cree que
sta clase de pelculas y con-
ferencia son de (trki. irter4s
paa el desarrollo de nuestra s-
grieultura y ganadera ya que
son muy Instructivas y el ma-
yor nmero de ellas en espaol.
Csar Ar joa C. en
la presidencia
de "Pes Unido"
En la sesin celebrada el
sbado 21 de loa corrlem.es
nombr su nueva Directiva la
prestigiosa Asociacin .Cvica
Pes Unido", siendo el resul-
tado de la leccin el slguln'e:
Presidente Cser Arjona O.
Vlce-Presldente Miguel de la
Torre, Tesorero Antonio Palma,
Sub-Teiorero Amado Gullr-n.
Secretarlo de Actas LauranUio
Arjona, Sub-Secretarlo de Ac-
tas Sergle Castre Monterrey, se-
cretarlo de Propaganda Adarct-
medes Espinosa, Bub-Secretarto
c Propaganda Betuno Gutter;-i.
La nueva directiva ha pres-
tido seguir trabajando con te-
sn para que la labor desarro-
llada hasta ahora contine sin
Interrupcin en beneficio de la
comunidad peseense. Se acoi
iue la celebracin de la tor..*
de posesin de la Nueva Direc-
tiva se har el sbado 19 de
Mayo en la noche en el salun
de la Nueva Campana, sitio
donde se rene la Confedera-
cin de Asociaciones Cvicas Iu-
ttrloranas.
Celebran en Limn
las fiestas de San
Juan Bosco el 25
He aqu el programa de los
actos qu se celebrarn de-sa
el mircoles en el Liman de
Chupampa con motivo de la ce-
lebracin de las fiestas de fian
Juan Bosco.
PROGRAMA
Da 25 A las doce meridia-
no repiques de Campanas y ca-
onazos anunciando el comien-
zo de las Fiestas.
A las 7 p.m- Solemne Salve
Cantada.
A las 8 p.m. Fuegos Artifica-
te
A las 9 p.m. Oran Baile a*
O ala amenizado por la orques-
ta Anayansl y Bailes popula; es.
Da 26 A las 9 p.m. Misa so-
lemne y seguidamente la Pro-
dicin-
A la 1 p.m. Corrida de toros.
A las pm. Baile de Oala
y Bailes Populares.
Dndole as gracias de ana-
mano por la ecogids que Ud.
le d a la presente seor Dj-
ector quedamos de Ud. muy A-
tcntamentc.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1676 del Domingo 22 de Abril de 1951
El billete entero comprende 62 fracciones divididas en dos serles de 2 fracciones cada una denominadas "A y "B .
Premio Mayor 3 9 8 8
Segundo Premio 2 2 5 3
Tercer Premio 3 6 7 1
B. 52.000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
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Cincuenta Dos Balboas (B/62M). M_
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firman EL ACTA: La Autoridad: II Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam, JOS DOMINGO 80T0.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, NARCISO AYALA
TESTIOOS: /
Edwing A. CheongCdula No. 47-14BS5. El Notarlo Primero del Circuito de Panam, DAVID O MEDINA
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IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO DDEPENDIENTI
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Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
de EL PAMAMA-AMER1CA
Telfono S-S1U
HORAS: S:M a lt:M a.m.
Apartado m
LA NOVIA DE HOY
Esta noche, frente al altar sagrado de la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey. se darn cltp dos aureclables Jvenes para unir sus vidas
al conjuro de la bendicin sacramental y bajo lo sublimes
signos de la esperanza y el amor. Son ellos la culta y distin-
guida seorita Mara Ernestina Snchez Ayn, de la sociedad
nicaragense, y el caballero Teddy Oalen Keller, de la socie-
dad de EMngham, Illinois. Estados Unidos de Amrica.
Despus de la ceremonia religiosa los padres de la novia.
S.E. don Eloy Snchez Embajador de Nicaragua y dona
Mara de Lourdes Snchez, recibirn a los Invitados en una
recepcin que tendr lugar en la sede de la Embajada. En
esta fiesta se congregarn estimables elementos de la socie-
dad panamea, de la colonia nicaragense v de la de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica, lo mismo que los honorables miem-
bros del Cuerpo Diplomtico acreditados en nuestro pas.
Sern padrinas de la boda las siguientes personas: el Sr.
Presidente de la Repblica de Nicaragua General Anastasio
Somoza v seora, quienes estarn representados en este acto
social por el Coronel Jos Antonio Remn aantera y seora,
el Ministro de Relaciones JDqteriores de Panam, 3.E. Dr. gar-
los N. Brin, v seora,'el Embajador del Per, BE. Bmfllo Or-
tiz de Zevallos y seora, el Ministro de Honduras S.E. Mar-
cos Raudales Plana y seora, el Ministro de El Salvador S.E.
Joaquin Valdcs y seora, el Encargado de Negocios de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica Hon. Murray M. Wise v seora, el
Encargado de Negocios de Costa Rica Hon. Gerardo Jimnez
y seora, el Capitn Coln Eloy Alfaro y seora, el Ministro
de Agricultura y Trabajo del Gobierno de Nicaragua don En-
rique Maria Snchez v seora Flora Arguello de Snchez, y
loa padres de la novia v del novio S.E- don Eloy Snchez y
seora y el Sr. Hubert G. Keller v seora, respectivamente.
Serin sus damas y caballeros las siguientes personas: Se-
orita Juliana Marianl. Seorita Patricia Porter, seorita
Edelmira Valds, seorita Charlto Ortiz de Zevallos, Seora
Noel Rodrguez, don Manuel Hidalgo, don Luis Alberto Lpez,
don Marcos Antonio Raudales hijo, don Ricardo Brin y don
Norman A. Viens, quien actuar como "bestman".
Llevar la cola de la novia la nilta Deyanlra Arana Ar-
guello, v los anillos v las arras el nllto Jos Eloy Sanche:
Arguello. Como canforas las nlftitas Marcela v Anglica Po-
rras. ,
En la hora simblicamente suprema en que la bendicin
sacerdotal rubricar el Juramento de los dos corazones, y
cuando las notas Inmortales de la dulce meloda de Oounod
saturen el ambiente de Inconfundible emocin, se formularn
los ms sinceros votos porque la dichosa pareja transite por
los caminos de k vida entre ilusiones sin ocaso bajo el ala
esplendorosa del amor...
magu
SE E/\ABELLECE SU CECAAAARA
CON UN PRECIOSO JUEGO
MECHO DE LA MEJOR CAOBA.
POP? LOS /VAEJOP2ES EBANISTAS
SOLO V. 2 3 Z* -*
ALCONTADO* A PLAZOS POR CUJB
>MjBRin
Agasaja de Despedida
Para despedir al cnsul de los
Estados Unidos y Administrador
de la Embajada seor Raymond
A. Phelan y seora Margaret de
Phelan quienes parten prxima-
mente, el personal de la Emba-
lada ofercl anoche un buffet en
la Terraza de la Embajada.
Cernida
El Dr. rrank Raymond y se-
ora Arleen de Raymond ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en su
residencia, en honor del seor
Cyrus T. Helm y del seor Don
Carlos Donaway. quienes se en-
cuentran actualmente en Pana-
m.
Agasajo
Tabora, brindar al Inspirado,
compositor nacional don Ricar-
do Ebrega. un agasajo, como,
autor de la bella composicin ti- (
tulada "Taboga", acto que se lle-
var a efecto el 28 de abril ac-
tual, en el Balneario "Paraso de
la Restinga", a las 8p.m.
Bnffet
El seor Roy Watson y seora
Elsa E. de Watson ofrecieron
anoche un buffet en su residen-
cia, en honor del seor Emilio
Ortiz de Zevallos Jr. quien pro-
cedente de Urna, te encuentra
pasando una eorta temporada
en Panam.
Barbacoa
Estn ya completndose los
preparativos pare una barbacoa
que tendr lugar el viernes 21
de abril, desde las 7p.m. en ade-
lante er> la residencia del seor
Ricardo A. Mir y seora Gladys
M. de Mir. Dicha barbacoa se-
r para recoger fondos para la
Guardera Infantil del Club In-
teramerlcano de Mujeres. Los ti-
quetes estn ya en renta, valen
B.1.00 y dan derecho a la comida.
Agasajado
El sbado en la noche fui
agasajado en uno de> los jarde-
nes de esta ciudad, por un grupo
de sus amigos el seor Samuel
Henriquez, quien cumpli un
ao ms de vida. Unimos nues-
tras felicitaciones a la muchas
recibidas por tal motivo.
Agasajada
Nuestras muy sinceras felici-
taciones nara la gentil Oles Re-
beca Nez quien celebr en el
dia de ayer el mejor de sus das,
por tal motivo se le ofreci un
agasajo en su residencia. Muchas
bienaventuranzas y dicha le de-
seamos en su futuro.
"Por Una Mala Mujer"
historia de amor y crimen
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Archie Byrne y seo-
ra Nena Vallarino han traslada-
do su residencia a la calle 47
No. 3 en donde se pone a las r-
denes de sus amistades.
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a la seora Cle-
mentina B. de Araoz esposa del
Secretario de la Embajada del
Per, seor Clemente Araoz,
quien acompaada* de su hijo
menor llega hoy a Panam.
Saludamos a la seora Laura
B. de de la Guardia, quien a-
compaada de su- hijos Laurita
y Rubn, regres de Nuevo Or-
leans en donde pas una corta
temporada,
De Its Estadas Cuides
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Nueva York, re-
gres a Panam la seora Otllda
N. de Orlllac. La saludamos cor-
dialmente.
De Msice
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Mxico, ae en-
cuentran de nuevo en nuestra
capital el H.D. Csar Arrocha
Oraell y seora Emilia C. de
Arrocha. Los saludamos.
Para Venesuela
Despedimos atentamente a 8.
E. el Embajador de Panam en
Venezuela, seor Ral Fernn-
dez, quien sigue hoy para Ca-
racas por la va aere.
Para Europa
Sigui en das pasados para
Espaa, despus de haber pasado
una larga temporada entre no-
sotros, el seor Santiago Ruiz
Tabanera. Lo despedimos.
Para Chirlqui
Completamente restablecida,
regres ayer a David, lugar de su
residencia la seora Amrica A.
de Arias.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha el ae-
Sindo aniversario de su matrl-
onio el seor Ral Arlas v se-
ora Marcela de la O. de Arlas.
Los felicitamos eordlatnonte.
Advenimientos
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra l Dr. Horacio Dfaz Gmez y
seora Raquel de Das Gmez
por el advenimiento da un va-
ronclto, ocurrido en e] Hospital
Panam.
Con toda felicidad tuvo un hi-
jo varn en el Hospital 8anto
Toms, la seora Luda N. de
Merel, esposa de nuestro compa-
ero de labores don Rubn D.
Merel. Tanto el nuevo vastago
como la madre disfrutan de bue-
na salud.
Bogar de Plcemes
Felicitamos ai Sr. Thomas A.
Lindo y Sra. por el folie adve-
nimiento de su primognito ocu-
rrido ayer en el Hospital Pana-
m.
ACLAMAN AL HROE. Luces y sombras, confetti v serpentinas, hacen un contraste drama-
tico en las calles de Nueva York, mientras el General MacArthur (en el centro) desfila por
entre un mar de fotgrafos v espectadores que lo aclaman durante la bienvenida oficial que
le tribut Nueva York.
Sra. Mae M. de de la Guardia,
Sr. Florencio Arosemena F.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Margarita D. de Arias.
8ra. Isabel F de Ponce.
Sra. Josefuilta Arias
Sra. Amlnta B. de Duque.
Sr. Fabio A. Arosemena.
Sr. Carlos Icaza.
Nio Jorge A. Thompson.
Nio Carlos E. Van Der Hans,
Nio Ramn Eloy Correa.
Nio Olmedo Aguilar Jr.
ESTN ATACANDO
Kumhwa a 20 millas al Norte
del Paralelo 38 y ancla princi-
pal del rea de concentracin
comunista.
8in embargo, los rojos tam-
bin atacaron con igual fuer-
za en ambos flancos al ama-
necer de hoy. He anu una des-
cripcin a todo lo largo del
frente de ofensiva comunista:
Sector Occidental: Tres co-
lumnas comunistas atacaron a
travs del rio Imjin en un fren-
te de 15 millas, al noroeste de
Sel contra las tropas de cua-
tro naciones aliadas. Las fuer-
zas aliadas se retiraron en or-
den. Los caones aliadas esta-
ban disparando contra los ro-
jos un promedio de 12,000 sal-
vas por divisin cada 12 horas.
Seetor Occidental: Las tuer-
tas aliadas al Sur de Chorwon
a 17 millas al Norte del Para-
lelo 38 tuvieron que retirarse
ante el peso del ataque de dos
divisiones rojas. Los rojos le
quitaron un cerro clave a los
aliados, pero una columna de
tanques comunistas fue repe-
lida.
Frente Central: Los chinos
lograron penetrar en forma de
cua por entre medio de dos
divisiones de las Naciones Uni-
das y capturaron un terreno
clave a 13 millas al suroeste de
Kumhwa debido al exagerado
nmero de soldados. Aunque los
aliados lograron colocar de nue-
vo sus posiciones poco despus
de media noche, fueron obli-
gados a retirarse nuevamente
con la llegada de refuerzos co-
munistas.
Los rojos venan por sobre
los riscos y a travs de los
valles de las montaas de
Kwangdok como olas humanas,
sin prestarle atencin a sus ba-
jas que fueron descritas como
"fenomenalmente grandes". Una
sola divisin aliada dispar 23,-
000 proyectiles de fragmenta-
cin y fsforo blanco contra
los comunistas.
Frente- Central Este: Entre
1.000 y 2,000 comunistas irrum-
pieron entre la lnea aliada al
Oeste de la Reserva de Hwa-
chon y a diez millas al Norte
del Paralelo.' Sin embargo, los
aliados establecieron una nue-
va linea un poco ms al Sur
y los ltimos informes indican
que todava la estaban soste-
niendo.
Loa rojos chinos anunciaron
el Inicio de su ofensiva anoche
con el ms pesado fuego de
artillera que hayan usado has-
ta ahora, enviando luego sus
fuerzas de tierra en forma de
olaa humanas a travs de los
cerros y valles de "la tierra de
nadie" en Corea, a la luz de
una luna llena.
Los caones aliados respon-
dieron inmediatamente y las
supertortalezas del tipo B-20
fueron llamadas para que bom-
bardearan a los comunistas con
bombas de fragmentacin.
La ofensiva comunista se lnl-
UnwHs cHcTfes Himoi
Un drama audaz y franco,
con la historia del amor des-
medido de un hombre por na
mala mujer; una mujer que
quera todo y eso era dema-
siado para cualquier hombre.
Una pelcula de crimen y pa-
ci cuatro dias despus de la
fecha fijada y unas pocas ho-
ras despus que el General Van
Fleet anuncio que la amenaza
sin, vigorosa y distinta, es 'Por
una Mala Mujer" (The Man
Who Cheated Himself >, que es-
trena el jueves el Teatro Lux,
y en la cual figuran Lee J.
Cobb (el actor ms notable del
teatro neoyorklno, Jane Wyat
y John Dal.________________
de un ataque comunista era
mucho mayor que en cualquier
tiempo, despus que los alia-
dos cruzaron el Paralelo 38.
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LUNES, ABRIL M, 1S1
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuts tros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3* por codo
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
At.. TiveH N*.
KIOSft DE LESSEES
r..,.. 4.
r
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 U Jaba
Tal l-441
BOTICA CARLTON
At*. imi*m 1
TeJ. UCala*.
SALON OR BELLEZA AMBKICANO
Caite U OM< Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla Na CT Paa.au
Av*. Caalral 12-17 Calas
Extraordinaria
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
AHOVICHI:Pintura* y
enrr* r.ilonfi a araaaa ***.
1.3.25 galn. Almacana* Tr*i*y-
M VINDIN-.O***. Iiiri *>*.
c*r* aaaaalaaa. Fh-T*i (car**
abteaar pare '>*** "*' ***'
ai Uvamanai. aicMada*. <
laa araeia* i* Sai** '
AGINCUS CLCIALI5. Via !*-
a. Ilaaaaaa a Iva franca. Tal.
1-1503
S VENOE. -
Tal 3-0255
Incubodoro elctrica
SE VENCE:EI*vdor paro d*psito
de 2,000 libras capacidad. Uso
manual. Ricordo A. Mir, S.A. Ca-
li* 16 Este No. 4. Tal. 2-3436.
Acabamos de recibir cemento blanco,
cermica d* color y vidrio verde
contra calor. Co Dulcidio Gonz-
lez, Fbrica de Mosaicos. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8.
SE VENDEN: Mquinas calculado-
ras nuevos, alemanas, Brunsviga.
desde B .145.00. "Porros", Plaza
5 d* Moyo, Ponami.
SI VINOEN:Da ecaiin llantas
nueva i 700x15, S tenaa. Canti-
dad limitada. Racenttructora Na-
cional, Av*. Per 7. Tal. 1-0406.
Vando Montos usadas: 600x16
750x20 825x20 900x20
900x16 1000x22 650x16
1000x20. Gernimo de la Ossa.
Ilntra). _________
|E VENDE:Piano, camo con col-
chn y resortes Simmons, estufo
da kerosene Perfection, maquino
de coser Smger y otros pequea*
artculos caseros. Todos en exce-
lentes condiciones. Ocrrase a la
Coso No. 3 (Rento 51 del Seguro
Social entre Calles 26 y 27. Este,
Apto. 29. .i
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
Ofrecemos harte y alta lele fiante al
m*r. Precio: soloment* B/.4.35
m2. Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Calla 5a.
No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Chalar pequao Club X,
Colla 9a. No. 8. Para Inform* ocu-
rra Casa No. 10, Visquez.
SE VENDE:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
LIDAD. Sus 6 racimaras, 3 baos,
terrazas y grandes salones' brin-
dan comodidad a numerosa fami-
lia. Situoda en AVE. JUSTO ARO-
SEMENA No. 53. cerca a todas .'as
conveniencias. Pora informes ins-
peccin llam* a: WOLFF Y CA.
LTD.*... Cali* 5.. 22, T*l. 2-2388.
SE VENDECasa *n Son Fronciseo
de la Caleta de 3 recmaras, sala-
comedor amplio. Lote en squino
d* 406 metros cuadrados. Buen
precio. Informes: Juan Navarro,
Avenida Cuba entre calles 25 y
26 Este. Tel.fono 2-0481.
SE VENDE;Per motivo de viaje la
acreditad* Barben Europea. Co-
ll* 17 Oeste No. 70.
SE NECESITA
Domsl.coa
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
eocinor. Cali* 30 No. 13.
SE NECESITA:Carguera eon reeo-
menaacin. Dormir en I trabajo.
Av*. P*r No. 28, Apto. 8.
SE NECESITA:Emplead. Cali* 49
No. 13 (oltos). Edificio "Gr*cia."
SE NECESITA:Empicada que duer-
ma en casa para oficios en general
y que sepa cocinar. Calle la. No.
13.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada para
al servicio, medio da solamente,
debe saber aplanchar. Avenida
Ecuador 26.
SE NECESITA:Empleada en Calle
48 No. 2, Apto. 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para cui-
dar nio de 3 aos. Calle 44 No.
9, Apto. 12.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que tenga
referencias. Calle 11 Este 2-A, fo-
milio Alvorodo.
SE VENDE:Lote en Transistmica,
frente Fbrica Tubos Martmz,
3160 metros con tres collas, pro-
pio pora fbrica o .deposito, a
B/,4,00' mitro, T*lfono 3-2407.
SE VENDE:Por no poder, atenderla
debidamente, acreditarla cantina
en Ave. 'Central. Escriba: S. G.\
Ajsto". 134, Ponam* '
-f
PERSONALES
'Ani.lisis de sb' letra es xito y popularidad. Escriba Box
403 Ancore, Para anlisis en su ca-
sa o visite 36 Via Espaa Apto. G.
SE ALQUILA
Automviles
MANIJILO UD.
50< *> har
<*> 7< aar milla.
Carra* asesara***.
Tal. 2-1*95 Garage ilia
PERSONALES
El seor Eloy Mataln vende sus de-
rechos de llove al Sr. Nicols Mi-
lono. Todas los personas interesa-
das acudon antes da I 5 dios. Ave.
Central No. 182. ^^^^
MISCELNEA
Doy pensin para estudiantes del In-
terior. Ocurro Calle 8vo. No. 25.
Tel. 2-3846.____________________
Arreglamos comas con lona pora co-
legios; catres de compoo; repare-
mos estufes, lmparas, etc., ga-
rantizndose de que vuelven rpido
a buscarlo. Avenida B, 73. Telfo-
no 2-1535.
Tod mujer joven, sin grandes obli-
gaciones, que pueda dormir donde
trabaja, consigue empleo fcilmen-
te por intermedio de la Agencio de
Colocociones, Avenid B, 73. tel-
fono 2-1535.____________________
'"PENSION ISTMEA":Podras d*
temilia. Desean completa atencin
*n alimentacin, comodidad y cui-
dado en esludios de su hijo? Enve-
lo a "Pensin Istmeo" regentod*
por dos profesros responsobles, en
' Avenida Central y Calle 9o. No 9
altos. Lime telfono 3-1451. Po-
ra informacin.
SE tOMPRA
SE COMPRA: Colculedora MON-
ROE p*qu*a, porttil manual.
CORPORACIN DE INGENIERA,
S. A .
5E' NECESITA:Cocin*ro con expe-
riencia que duerma en el trabajo
y traiga recomendaciones. Ave. San
Martn, Cosa 52, Bella Vfsta.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Aportimento. 2 ra-
cimaras, sala-comedor, B/.55.00
lave, 85 Avenida Cuba.
SE ALQUILA:Apartom*nto grande
en todo el piso solo. B/.75 men-
suales. Avenido Norte 63-A.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo,
cntr comente situado. Ocurra
Compaa F. Icaza. Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado con gran terraza, altos
de fas oficinas peliculeras. Via Es-
paa. Tel. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilada, 2 dormitorios con bao
cada uno. solo-comedor, cuarto de
empleada, instalacin' agua cplien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Vista.
Calle 44 No'. 32, Apto 4. Telfono
3-0815.
LECCIONES
Clases individuales de francs. Ocu-
rra Foto Ancn 85, Calle del Es-
tudiante.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo competen-
te, extranjera si es posible para 3
personas, cocina y limpieza. Via
Espaa 106, Apto. 4 frente Pa-
sa'denb.'
SE NECESrTA: Sirvientp. Telfono
3-0257. AVe. Per 54,2do. piso.
SE. NECESITA:Uno empleado po-
ra cocinar. Av* Tivofi Noi 406-B.
SE NECESITA: Empleado trabajos
' domsticos, debe dormir en el tra-
jAjo. Cada- 52. Bella Vista No. .3.
''Segundo chalet, mano izquierda'.
\ SE DESEA -1
La Academia da. Corte y Confaccin
tiana abierta la matrcula par* los
cursos de Corte y Confeccin. Es-
pecialidad en corte, alta costuro,
bordado a mano y o mquina y
sastrera. Avenida "A" No. 30.
Tal. 2-2474.
' SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA?Uno pieza a pareja
responsable en Calle 7a. No. I I
segundo alto.
Por cada reverbero donado fie, or*
coire viejo sin lona, (cosos sin
mrito!, pagaremos B '.0.25 *n
Avenido B 13.
SE DESEA:. Cmbior oportamento
grande por uno pequeo para sol-
tero. Ocrrase a' la Cosa No. 3
' Renta 5) del Seguro Socior entre
Calles 26*ry -27 Este. Apto. 29.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
1 Jum aa euaeria. Tercero da] Cir-
cuit do Panana, por medio dol rriitiii,
EMPLAZA
Al aaftor GEORGE WALTER MOSS.
rayo paradero actual oaasanece, va-
ra na Onlro del tttmiao. 4 treinta (te)
diaa conladoa deade la "fecha da 1* ulti-
ma publicacin da asta adieto,' comp-
rele a ait Trlbansl, par al a.por ate-
dio de apoderado, a fin'de que hese va-
lar alia dereehoa en al juicio da divor-
cio piorno,ido en au contra por Afri-
pina Mrquez, advinindotele que si aai
no lo hiciere dentro del termino 'apresa-
do, ae le nombrar un defensor de au-
aanle coa quien aa continuar el juicio.
Por tanto, ao rija el present adicto
en lujar pblico de eata Secretara, hoy
doce da abril de mil navoeienloa cin-
cuenta r ano. y copia da) mbmo .'ae
entreaan a parta Interesada para .ao
publicacin de 'conformidad coa la Ley
El .***,
(Fda ) Carlea Iva Zulu.
El Secretario,
(Fda.) Rube. O Cardaba
Ka fiel copia.
Parama. Abril II de lili.
Carlea Iva Zli.a
Srio.
SE VENDE
rirtcu.M de Casa
SE VENDE:Juego racimara -67.250;
Ju*go comtdor chic B/.180. Co-
ll* 17 Oeste, Cosa No. 21, Apto.
"'*,_________'". .. .. ;
SE VJNDE:'Un juego de comedor,
para vario de 9 a 12. Call* Ve-
nezuela No. 3.
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Se mantiene
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
pero hombre. B'.6.00 semonoles
Av*. Ernesto Lefevre, Parque L-
fevre. Casa 32.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Muchacho que ten-
, 09 experiencia en negocio de aba-
rrotara y refresquerU. Camisoriq-
to Sittn en Cali* Coln.
PERDIDO
RECOMPENSA POR CARTERA PER-
DIDA:Una cirtera cormelo pro-
piedad de Frank Dlers con cdulo
da identidod y licencia de Panam
y lo Zone del Canal. Se ofrece re-
compensa o la persona que la re-
grese a Diers & Ullrich, Melndez
Ave. end !6th Street, Coln.
JENARO ANTONIO ROORIOUIZ
Notario Pblico Secundo del Circuito
da Coln, can Cdula 11-1111.
'r.RTlFICA:
Que por Eacritura Pblica nmero
treicientoa noventa v aeia (III) da fa-
cha 14 de Abril da lili, toreada en la
Notara Secunda del Circuito de Coln,
la irrim SUSANA SAY GARODESKA
DE L1TOW&JCI ha dado an venta real 7
efectiva, y por la cantidad de (B'.e.-
000.00), decontado. al aenor PHILLIPS
KAR1. KRE1&HER. el eatablecimiento
comercial denominado BAZAR H^LAN-
! DA, oituado en loa bajoa do la caea
I nmero 1001 de la Calla 10 entra laa
I Avenase de Bolivar j Herrara.
Que eata publicacin aa hace para loa
travel de las pampas, prOCe- efertoe del articulo 777 dal Cdco de
dente del cabo de Hornos 1, gan i comercio.
la competencia y se gan tam- I D", ColoB "torca n > daa
En la barra
bien la casa que tiene, pues su 1
madre se la compr entonces
para recompensar al aventure-
ro de u hijo.
Durante casi medio siglo, el
gran rancho ha sido su pasin.
El valor de la tierra se ha mul-
tiplicado cientos de veces, y,
ademas, se ha Invertido en la
del moa de Abril de lili.
Jenaro Aateate RenVi'cuea
Notario Pblico Secundo dal
EDICTO EMfLAZATORIO
El que ai cribe JUEZ PRIMERO DEL
CIRCUITO DE COLON, por eata medie
CITA a! ..or JOHN VICTOS CARTER.
rorieamaricano, portador da la cdula
,de identidad peraonal No. 8-12411, ore.
misma Una gran cantidad de dente y repreatntante leca! da la 'BA-
dinero. La gran fortuna que el Ru L*>" company. a.A". -a *oe
propio de Anchorena hered, <. s*- S^Lm^fft
luego la fortuna aun mayor de cion ,, u mUu ,,.. ,r *.
CU esposa, la madre del Dr. n r media da apoderada a haceraa efr
Ganza Paz. quien es una im- an la olieitud hecha ante eate Tribunal
portante accionista de -La Pren- "" TAl"*T gayson p.
.V_____u. -..w Kl.. .' '' atdae la can.o-.ta da a
aa ARU LAND COMPANY. b.A.
Se advirele al ampielado John Vctor
Carter, qoa ai na compareciere a eate
Deapacho, por ai a por madia da apa- i
dorado a haceraa oir. en la eolicitud he-
cha por al aenor Gravaos, dentro dol
trmino arriba indicado, a* la deeignar
un dfeaaar d* amante, con quien ea
continuar la tramitacin d* la eapra-
aada aolicitnd.
Conforma lo ordenan lae artonlea
470 7 471 dol Cdifo judi.ial. aa tila al
pratente adicto en lucar viaibla da la
Secretaria dal Tribunal her dies (10)
te Abril da mil navecientea cincuenta 7
uno (USD. por el termino do treinta
(10) dlaa t copiaa del mlamo aa ponen
a diipoalein de la parte intereaada pa-
ra au publicacin con laa forvaaliaadea
da I.-v.
El Jlle,
(Fda)Culleraaa Zurita
El Se -retarie.
(Fda) J.a A. Carrillo
Ea fiel eonia de au orisinal.
Coln. Abril i de 1111.
Jaa A Camila
Secretaria.
del Gobierno sobre compras a
plazos.
3) Redante aumento de 3-1 i
por ciento en el precio permi-
tido por la Oficina de Estabili-
zacin.
Otro factor posible es 1 cam-
blo que se ha operado en el mr- j
cado de automviles usados. Laa',
personas que quieren vender sus
coches viejos informan que no |
puede* obtener lo que conside-
ran es el precio de ello.
ACTUARA -------!.'
derna y con gran sentido de lo
que debe ser un conjunto es-
cnico.
Entre las obras clsicas que
figuran en el rico repertorio de
la empresa teatral que dirige
don Jos Tamayo, figuran las
conocidas piezas: La vida es
Sueo, de Caldern de la Bar-
ca El Alcalde de Zalamea, de
Caldern de la Barca; Perib-
ez y 1 Comendador de Oca-
a. de Lope de Vega; Hamlet,
(Prncipe de Dinamarca), Wi-
lliam Shakespeare, telo (El
Moro de Venecia), William Sha-
kespeare: Sueo de una Noche
de Verano, de Shakespeare, Los
Intereses Creados. Jacinto Be-
navente; Los Nios Perdidos en
la Niebla, Benavente: La Otra
Honra. Benavente: El Nido A-
jeno. Benavente: Otra vez 1
Diablo, Alejandro Sasona; y
muchas otras obras ms que
han cimentado el slido presti-
gio del Teatro Universal pues-
to en la escena por la Compa-
na Lope de Vega.
El seor Francisco Mainieri Barletto,
propietario del carro Cadillac Modelo
1950, que se rifar el Domingo 29 de
Abril de 1951, hace saber por este
medio que. por haberse extraviarlo los
tiquetes que' o continuacin se enu-
meren se considerarn nulos: 0635,
1762, 1823, 1825, 1929. 2098,
2148, 2160, 2531, 2564, 2712.
2802, 2812, 3299,1 3377, 4093,1
5728. 5957, 6091. 7501. 7503,
7504, 7527, 7543, 7597. 7409.
7431. 7437. 5949. 7610, 7958,
7995. 9019. 9092, 9032, 9034,
9041, 9081, 9010, 9029, 9332,
9494, 9475, 9602, 9816. 9662.
Fronciseo Momiere Barletto Cdu-
la No. 15-946.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
it ALQU'LA:Loeol poro oficina.
erribo del Teatro Centre..
E ALQUILAN.fcxclus.vomente po-
ro oficmos locles cntrico n lo*
altos de Avenido Central 44 o
precie* mdico Solicitan infoc-
tiocici an Almacenes $ y 10 can-
rovos
ia", asi como las considerables ^"1. tSES- 4. AUKrtS
rentas de las ocho mil novecien-
tas cuarenta y tantas hect-
reas de frtiles tierras de la-
branza, donde se produce trigo,
linaza y ganado, se han verti-
do totalmente con abandono se-
oril en mejorar y embellecer
"Le. Barra".
pr.n Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. *22
Tel. 3-1713
AVISO!
Yo, Henry J. Young, hago
conitar por medio de la es-
critura del Notarlo Pblico
No. 2. oue vendi el 3 de Junio
de 1950, todos mis derechos 7
los equipos del Taller de Me-
cnica conocido por el nom-
bre de Henry j. Young, a loa
Sres. Leo Marchosa? 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 qua
los embargos puestoa por Pa-
nam Auto. S.A. y la Sra.
Dra. Julieta de la Guardia
vda. de Katrlpeaut. no son
contra mi persona, sino a los
Sres. Leo Marchosky y Alfon-
so Lee.
enry S. Yawng
Cdula 47-1473
LOCAL;Apropiado pora estableci-
miento comercial, casa nuevo, cn-
trica. Ocurra F. Icaia y Co., S. A.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local poro
cualquier uso de oficinas o escue-
la privado. Cntrico. Va Espaa
16. Tal. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA:Lo oficina y dep-
lito actualmente ocupado por la
Ca. Colgote-Polmoliv*-P*ef con
cabida de mis de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente al Estadio
Nacional. Infrmese: Wolff y Co.
Ltde., Calle 5a.. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
ana magnifica
Refrijceradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo 75c
diarios I
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche ceta oportunidad!
Central 223 Calidraia
Tel. 2-IM1
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE mas...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Vento tm
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
vedad del problema y la ne-
cesidad imperiosa que hay de
tomar medidas inmediatas pa-
ra detener el mal, que esta cau-
sando estragos en esta rama
de la economa nacional, que
es una de las ms importan-
tes.
El seor Arias Espinosa de-
mostr el vivo Inters que tiene
el Gobierno y prometi que
dentro de las limitadsimas po-
sibilidades del Erarlo, el Esta-
do cooperara en todo lo que
fuera posible.
Se acord en la Conferencia
que los ganaderos mismos, por
medio de una comisin especial,
se ocupen de llevar a cabo .na
campaa de accin conjunta
para tratar de aliviar la situa-
cin existente.
Uno de los tpicos ms im-
portantes tratados en el Con-
greso de Ganaderos fue el es-
tablecimiento de una Federa-
cin de Ganaderos de toda la
Repblica, cuyo Comit Cen-
tral estara formado por un re-
presentante de cada Provincia
y que tratara de obtener la'
proteccin del Estado, asi como
se ha protegido a otras orga-
nizaciones.
Este comit recibir las con-
Desfalc a la Coca El Gobierno
Cola el agente de
Puerto Armuelles
El Agente-de la Coca Cola en
Puerto Armuelles, se ha deeiu-
ao confeso del uso indebido
ucl producto de las ventas que
hiciera en aquel lugar. Al res-
pecto hay un denuncio en la
fiscala del Circuito, puesto por
el representante de la Comb-
ina en la Provincia.
La Oficina de David entr en
sospecha de que algo irregular
pasaba, enviando un comiso-
o a Puerto para comproDar 1-s
existencias y del Inventario res-
pectivo en comparacin con .as
remeses se estableci el des-
falco.
No perturbar
y actual Vlce-Presldente del Eje-
cutivo de la Corporacin de Ven-
tas de Salitre y Yodo, es uno de
los cinco peritos llamados por
las Naciones Unidas para estu-
diar los principales problemas
del desarrollo econmico mun-
dial. .
Declar Baltra que el proble-
sultas sobre diversos problemas ma fundamental para Chile con.
y, adems, colectar los fon- ^le en deiar de ser un simple
productor de materias primas y
materiales estratgicos para con
vertirse en una nacin indus-
trializada y "nuestro pas, como
el resto del continente, desea
dos necesarios para el soste-
nimiento de la organizacin.
Se encontraban presentes, a-
dems de los principales gana-
mente a la Cmara de los Co-
munes por qu decidi arriesgar ,
*u carrera y la suerte del Ce- 3
Uerno Laborista con au re'nun- '
cia. Inmediatamente vendr 1
prueba para ver si el Gobienoi
puede mantenerse en pie. Sil
el suficiente nmero de miem-
bros del Parlamento siguen a
Bcvan y votan contra el j-
blerno de Attlee, ste se ve.ia
obligado a convocar nuevas e-
lecciones inmediatamente.
LONDRES, Abril 23 (UP)
Aneurin Bevan, el Ministro cu-
ya renuncia ha puesto ha tam-
balear al Gobierno Laborla.,
dijo en la Cmara de los Co-
munes que el "extravaga.ilt"
programa de rearme de Esta-
dos Unidos amenaza causar n fea
clao que la conducta de Rusia.
Bevan habl despus que el
segundo Ministro, el de Cmet-
elo, renunci del Gabinete. La
Cmara de los Comunes estau
completamente llena, pero' e.
llnelo, cuando el isquierduta
Bevan, ex-Minlstro de Trajajo
c levant para explicar por qu
haba renunciado
Dijo que el programa de rea. -
me britnico de 4,700 milloi.c
ce libras esterlinas "estaba y muerto" porque no podra co-
menzarse en esa escala.
Bevan dijo que "es perfi.-:-
amente claro para cualquiera
^ue examine el asunto obj.u-
vamente. que el lanaamiento
por la economa americana ce
aemas de los princloales gana- el resto del continente, desea far la economa americana ce
deros de la Repblica, el MI- cooperar con Estados Unidos en maquinarla de produccin a
nistro de Agricultura y Comer-1 er gran esfuerzo de defender las ur conducta extravagante
ci, don Ricardo Arias E., el 8e- instituciones democrticas y la mipredeeible, y el fracaso u>l
COBRE
Ms tarde ser ms difcil
conseguirlo.
Nosotros todava tenemos
en existencia:
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cretario Asistente del Ministe-1 civilizacin occidental",
MayorFoColng. % 'Tmlin I "CtreemM' '^bargo.
veterinaria norteamerTcanT10" I Zt&^^f^Tl
perturbar el desarrollo eednomi-
fo, ilno por el contrario, estimu-
arlo y mantenerlo".
Hay ocho obreros
la fiebre amarilla.
Actualmente hay hospitaliza-
dos ocho obreros con fiebre y
el mdico Jefd los mantiene en
observacin, pues todos han re-
gresado de la-montaa del mis-
mo lugar en que fue afectado
el infortunado Ramrez. 8e nos
informa que en los bosques en-
tre Almirante y Bcquete exis-
ten grandes manadas de monos
de diversas especies, que segn
l decir de los entendidos, pro-
pagan la fiebre amarilla. De
los hechos apuntados se dio
parte por radiograma al Direc-
tor de Salud Pblica doctor
Sandqval.
Despus de la autopsia del
flpado Rene Ramrez, se to-
maron espcimen de varios te-
jidos, .los cuales fueron envia-
dos por avin hoy al laborato-
rio del Gorgas para su examen
con el objeto de saber si en
efecto la fiebre' amarilla caus
el deceso del mencionado obre-
ro.
Por el alto costo
merciales. Las tiendas de vve-
res continuaban abiertas en to-
da la provincia.
sin embargo, la industria su-
fri un duro golpe cuando los
obreros soltaron sus herramien-
tas y abandonaron sus traba-
jos a las diez de la maana.
La fbrica de cemento de
Rezla y la fbrica de papel de
Tolosa quedaron paralizadas a-
bruptamente. Tambin queda-
ron paralizadas las fbricas de
armas, textiles y de mquinas
de coser en toda la provincia.
Hasta el momento no se han
ocasionado desrdenes ni se
han llevado a cabo arrestos.
Aunque las hojas sueltas no
establecan la duracin de la
huelga, se tiene entendido que
sta continuar por 48 horas.
PERSIANAS #*
PORRAS
s>'
TELONES DE ALUMINIO
TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinai
Telf. 2-3097 Panam
Gobierno de Estados Unidos pa-
ra Incorporar el programa ta
rearme en la economa ler.tu-
mente ha causado una vasta in-
flacin de precios en todo el
mundo".
'Esto ha desquiciado la eco-
noma del mundo occidental da
tal manera, que si sigue asi,
esta conducta sin frenos causa-
r ms dao que la conducta
e la nacin que stas arma*
estn llamadas a restringir'
Bevan dijo que el apacigua-
miento de materias primas ta
ios Estados Unidos causara '.
desempleo en masa en G. :i -
Bretaa y por consiguiente la
lucha industrial. Agreg cue
cuando el mundo occidental re>
encuentra desorganizado, el co-
munismo establece "caballos cu
Troya'' en cada nacin occldsn-
lal. i
i
CLUB DEBA 2.50
Juego de mimbre
de 6 piezas
Peinadora
espejo 30 x 40, banquiio
tapizado.
MUEBLERA TURN
"MUEBLE GANADO ...
MUEBLE ENTREGADO"
Tenemos ea existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x62' x8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaia No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Treinta aviones
ma: por estacionamiento en la
plataforma; por derecho a sumi-
nistrar combustible; e ingresos
C concesiones bajo contratos,
siguientes son los datos de
las entradas: Enero: B.20,182.42
Febrero: B. 19,662.38; Marzo B.20-
724.61, lo que arroja un total en
los tres primeros meses del ao
en B 60,549.46.
Durante el mes de Febrero 901
avin pasaron por Tocumen
transpotrando 15.063 pasajeros
locales y en trnsito, lo que da
un promedio d 30 aviones dia-
rlos con un movimiento de 500
pasajeros.
Los datos suministrados sobre
la carga ep ese mismo mes de
Febrero Indican 29,522.736 kilo-
gramos de carga local v en trn-
sito registrada en dicho aero-
puerto. Los correos trajeron car-
ga local y en transito con un ce-
so de 35,244.871 kilogramos.
Este movimiento de aviones
fu, principalmente, registrado
Ofrece dos becas
fiados en el generoso respaldo-'^
de quienes saben apreciar loa,q
esfuerzos a favor de la educa-
cin popular, nos- proponemos
iniciar la realizacin de los pla-
nee optimistas que nos hemoa
trazado".
A continuacin publicamos las
bases del concurso de becas del
Instituto Moderno:
BASES DEL CONCURSOS A
BECAS DEL INSTITUTO
MODERNO
Los aspirantes a becas del
Instituto Moderno deben haber
terminado sus estudios prima-
rlos o de primer ciclo, y ser vo-
ceadores de peridicos.
Los aspirantes a la beca del
primer ao del primer ciclo y
del primer ao del segundo ci-
clo de Liceo o Comercial deben
presentar su certificado de cali-
ficaciones del ltimo ao de es-
tudios cursados.
Las becas del Instituto Mo-
derno exlmarn a los agracia-
dos del pago de derechos de-
matricula y enseanza, y lea d
derecho a recibir, en calidad d
prstamo, los libros de texto.
Las becas deben adjudicarse
e acuerdo con los resultados da
los exmenes presentados y el
promedio de calificaciones del
ltimo ao de estudios cursado
por el aspirante.
Los exmenes para adjudicar
las becas para estudios en el
Instituto Moderno versarn so-
bre Espaol, Matemticas e In-
formacin General (Geografa,
Historia, Ciencias y Cvica). Es-,.,
tas exmenes sern preparados (/
y calificados por profesores del
Instituto Moderno.
El Jurado que escoger a loa
ganadores ser nombrado por
el Sindicato de Periodistas. La
becas se adjudicarn de acuerdo
con los resultados de los ex-
menes presentados y el prome-
dio de calificaciones del ltimo
ao de estudios cursados por el
aspirante. Al adjudicar las be-
cas te dar preferencia en igual-
dadd e mrito, a to aspiran-
tes ms pobre*.
Slo se aceptarn solicitude
que vayan acompaadas de los
siguientes documentos:
A)Certificado de nacimiento
BlCertificado Mdico.
OCertificado de estudios.
D)Certificados de buena
conducta expedido por el
Director del ltimo plan-
tel donde curs estudios.
El Sindicato de Periodista
'R
i
'.
W
por la Pan-American Airways m Sindicato de Periodista
Panagra. Braniff. KiJvt TAc'l 8*n*1*ra IuR*r a donde deben
A.. L.A.C.S.A., AVIANCA. AReY **r dirigidas las solicitudes. El
Fuerza Area Colombiana CO* eoncurso se cerrar el 30 da
PA Ivlnna. D-t,,-.J.. m '_... Ahrll a laa n n. a ... I_____
P4-. Atlones Privados Partlcu-
lare y la B.04.A-C.
Iniciar el
sine! Machines Corporation. E
equipo de utas maquinas oue
usara .el Departamento dcm-
sos para este trabajo es. de lo
mas moderno y consta de vein-
tiocho maquinal o sean diez per-
toradors dies verificadoras,
tre tabuladoras, una interpre-
tadora y una reproductora.
El trabajo de perforacin y al-
5urentes operaciones mecaniza-
as de los Censos estar a cargo
de operarios expertos que ser
escogido entre un grupo de ms
de cuarenta oue se ha estado a-
dieatrando por casi tres meses.
La escogencla s har entre los
Abril a las 5 p.m. A esa hora
se reunir ej Jurado para deter-
minar quines tienen derecho
a examinarse. Los exmenes ten
drn lugar en el Instituto Na-
cional el primero de Mayo a las
I am.
Panam. 21 de Abril de 1951.
J. Alejandro Seas,
Director.
Se incluir
suelta la situacin que se ha-
bra planteado al manifestar el
Ejecutivo que mantendra la
Secreta funcionando y la su-
presin de las partidas votadas
por la comisin. Hasta donde
se pudo establecer haba tres
votos a favor del restablec-,
------------ 1 m aaeaaai ciiii"e ia a wm un irsmoie
SiLf clMm<.uen orno lo ms miento de las partidas para la
naoiies mediante pruebas rgu- i institucin a que nos venlmoa
rosas de rapidei v aaactltud. | refiriendo.


LUNES. ABRIL 23. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA RUBIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Con El Triunfo De Panam Termina
Hoy El VIII Campeonato De Baseball
ptica Sosa y
Polica Nal.
empataron 1-1 Sti^ai
Se deciden los otros puestos del
torneo y entregan los premios
De La Galera De La Fama
Baseball

>
DIO LA GRAN SORPRESA. El eeuleo de Ce ci sue ha celebrado m<*?(*> vreMntadefle*
en el Octavo Campeonato de Baseball Aficiona do, sorprendi ayer a los entendido* al derrotar
a la fuerte novena de Herrera por anotacin de 9 carreras a 7. Aqu presentamos al equipo
acompaado de su simptica madrina despus de haber obtenido el triunfo.
1
;
[i
EL PACIFICO VENCI AL IBRICO EN LA
APERTURA DE LA TEMPORADA DE FTBOL
u Ceremonia resuB! Los Dodgers Se Colocaron Err
S* .Se0 El Primer Lugar De La Nacional
Con gran entusiasmo y ante
NUEVA YORK, Abril 23 (UP)
Carl Furillo quien no habla
conectado ningn lncoglble des-
numerosa concurrencia se lnau- de* la epertura de la temporada
girr ayer la Temporada del actual dio el triunfo a los Dod-
Kutbol. capitalino, venciendo el gers de Brooklyn al conectar un
Pacfico al Ibrico por 2 tan- cuadrangular en el dcimo epi-
to a l en el Juego de apertura 1 sodio por anotacin de 4 carre-
del Campeonato de la Divisin! ras a 3 sobre los Gigantes de
Mayor. > Nueva York. En esta forma los
La Ceremonia comenz con el I ; ~
tradicional desfile, participando ,#. ,
la banda, Directores de la Liga, IllTirilItAllAC #11 1*1
arbitros, equipos de- Primera l/l IIVUIUIUC3 W Cl
Ibrico, campen de 1950; Pa-
clflco, subeampen del ao pa- t|jth/)| (OiOflCIISC
sado; Ancn, Hispano y Dltrani,
y los conjuntos de 2a. Alemn
Ambato, Pacifico de 2a., Amrica
Ancn Jr. Hispano Jr. y San-
tander; nicamente falt el Hu- I ,.tJMnff''(Sf-0,',r.r
ron?sdS^rmUeEr^e Aloe: finSSft*&ffio?*e %A
ron los uniformes, ai ur, Aioer j. i_. Rnuinn* nu<
(continuacin)
Con las bases, del Torneo por
Bisso Xe-Presldent'e dTla ctn tanto de los Equipos que
ia^E" la bandera El Dr | pretendan participar como de
Juan Nlcosk Presidente de la o. jugadores, esto despert vl-
blo sobre el acto. Luego el Pa- ..>, w.r movimiento
clflco recibi el trofeo Panlzl y
Torre como ganador de esta tra-
dicional serle del circuito ma-
yor, y el Ambato recibi el Tro-
feo Dltrani de segunda divisin.
que ansiaban ver en movimiento
a sus favoritos.
En la primera semana del Mes
de Octubre, el Comit Provin-
cial hace entrega de Uniformes a
los Equipos de Primera y Segn-
Dodgers conquistaron la serle de
tres juegos contra los Gigantes
y esta ultima victoria los colo-
c en el primer lugar de la Li-
ga Nacional.
Los Phillies rompieron su ca-
dena de tres derrotas al impo-
nerse a los Bravos por anotacin
de carreras a 5.
Los Piratas derrotaron a lot
Rolos de Clncinattl con su lan-
zador Ewel BlackwB por segun-
da vez por anotaeren de 1 ca-
rreras a 5.
Los Cachorro* de Chicago ven-
cieron a los Cardenales por
anotacin de 10 carreras a 5, con
una gran actuacin del lanza-
dor Bob Rusa quien permiti
Coln tuvo ayer la oportuni-
dad de presenciar uno de los
ms emocionantes juegos que se
recuerdan en toda la historia
del softball al chocar las nove-
nas de la ptica Sosa y la Poli-
ca INaclonal en juego que ter-
min empatado a una carrera
ea nueve episodios.
Fue un duelo de lanzadores
entre Chester de Sousa y Luis
Clark de las novenas conten-
dientes, un choque de lumina-
rias de la pelota, que se trenza-
ron en una exhibicin de buena
Jugadas y de atrapadas de es-
cndalo. Un encuentro en 1
que todos y cada uno de los
Jugadores dio de si lo que ms
poda por contribuir a la vic-
toria.
Concurrencia muy numerosa
presenci el partido. Despus el
equipo de la Polica brind un
agasajo a los jugadores al que
asisti el Mayor Ramos.
La seleccin de la
Comercial venci
a los zonetas ayer
El gran partido de Softball
celebrado ayer el Seleccionado
de la Liga Comercial de Softball
logr derrotar a la novena de la
Polica de la Zona por anota-
cin de 16 carreras & lS.j
El lanzador del Seleccionado,
I fu nada menos que el Director
i de la misma Jos Ampudla.
1 quien fu el pitcher ganador, y
I el perdedor fu Cheny, quien
1 haba reemplazado al lanzador
1 Gans, quien habla comenzado
I como lanzador abridor y lo ha-
; bia dejado el Juego a su favor
por 10 a e.
IPOS
Naoienal de
Amateur, Chltr
G. P. _Pje.
panam ..........e e Veee
Bocas del Tore .....* 2 .750
Herrera .............. 8 3 .6
Colea ............. 5 3 .625
Chirioui...........5 S .S25
Coel..................4 8 .444
Daria ___.........4 5 .250
Veraguas ............ 2 8 250
Los Santos ........... X 7 -222
San Blas........ 4 I .000
Programa de Hoy
CHIRIQUI TS VERAGUAS
BOCAS TS COLON
Juega Extra
PANAMA vs HERRERA
CEREMONIA DE CLAUSURA
Reparticin de Premios
Resaltados de Ayer
Panam 19San Blas 9
Darin ILes Santos 3.
C oci Herrera 7.
Resultado del Sbado
(hiriqu 3Darin 2.
Bocas Veraguas 1
Panam 2 Coln 2
CHITRE, Abril 23 (Por S. Ival-
di>Hov se termina el 80. Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur, que se desarroll en
el Estadio "Rico Cedeo" de es-
ta ciudad durante 16 das.
i Para finalizar los encuentros,
vuelven a medirse esta tarde en
i un juego de gran atraccin, y
! que, ha llamado poderosamente
\ la atencin de todos los aficio-
nados, los fuertes equipos de
i Panam, campen del Torneo y
' Herrera, con opcin el Sub-cam-
I peonato.
El conjunto herrerano jugar
con refuerzos y i equipo pana-
meo conceder la revancha.
Luego se efectuar la Cere-
monia de Clausura y la entrega
de Premios en la siguiente for-
ma
Trofeo Toms G. Duque al
mejor lanzador;
Trofeo Mayor Alemn, al cam-
pen empujador de carreras;
Trofeo George Capwell, cam-
pen anotador;
Trofeo Jos A. Remn, al cam
pen bate;
Medallas Francisco Dltrani,
para los mejores en las distin-
tas posiciones;
Medalla Carlos M. Pretelt, pa-
ra el jugador ms valioso;
El equipo campen recibir un
Trofeo del Comit Nacional
Olmpico y 20 medallas para sus
jugadores de la misma entidad;
El conjunto sub-campen ob-
tendr el Trofeo Departamento
de Educacin Fsica y 20 me-
dallas para sus jugadores dona-
das tambin por el Departamen-
to; el equipo que termine de
Tercero ganar el Trofeo del
Gobernador de Herrera.
1
Ral "Tomate** Alvurado es el ms rojo de los jugadores ro-
jo de El Panam-Amrica. Gran short stop, es un trabuco
peligroso y dispara bolas con velocidad fantstica, lo mismo
en el campo de juegos que en el campo ms amend de otros
lugares de diversin. El apodo de Tomate le viene por la
exacta coincidencia de los colores de su rostro con esa
conocida fruta.
Herrera sufri serio revs ayer al
perder frente a Cocl por 9 a 7
En Reida Prueba Se Impuso
a Main Road Ayer
Nuevo calendario de
juegos tiene la F. y
Luz para osla smna.
Por A. A. PTMEON O.
Debido a la fuerte lluvia que
ocho hits, mientras que los Car- cay en la tarde del sbado se
denales usaban seis lanzadores. | suspendi el Juego de baseball
Andy Pafko
jar cinco carreras
CHITRE, Abril 23 (Por 8. Ival-
di)--KI conjunto de Cocl sor-
prendi ayer al imponerse a He-
rrera por 9 carreras a 7, sufrien-
do los herrersnos un gran golpe
ea sus propsitos de lograr el
seb-campeonato. Encontrndose
el Juego empatado a cuatro ea-
rreras en el tercer episodio, en-
tr a lanzar per les cdesenos
C. Hernndez que reemplazo a
R. del Valle, para llevarse la
victoria. Cuatro pitcher usaron
les herreranes, M. Mendiata, I.
Celestino, M. Geastes) y M. Co-
dene quo carg con la derrota.
El partido dur ocho acto, y
el torpedero herrerano L. Ce-
deo cometi su primer error
el tornee.
En el otro juego del programa
valo sabanero.
los ganadores pero estos falla-
ron mueve veces por 3 de los
darienttas. Eli anzador ganador; Dictador vino de atrs con
fu *. Ortega y el perdedor S. una fuerte atropellada y guia-
Velasco. I do en forma impecable por su
, .Jinete Contreras logr alcanzar
En este juego se fueron a las | el trlunIo, Rathllng Light, co-
Por RDEME i costumbre comando el lote por
| espacio de mil metros, pero
DICTADOR demostr ayer en I cuando lo atacaron Main Road
el Hipdromo Nacional que ser y Welsh Loch afloj vlslblemen-
el gran favorito del Clasico "Pre- te. Welsh Loch y Main Road en-
sldente de la Repblica", al ga- traron a la tierra derecha lu-
nar en forma holgada la prue- chando por el triunfo cuando
ba estelar celebrada en el viejo se present Dictador por la par-
te exterior y aprovech para
ganar alejndose por dos cuer-
pos de ventaja.
manos L. Sanjur y R. Caicedo,
siendo retirados del Estadio por
el Alcalde de Chltr.
Juan Daz II venci
al campen B. Green
por decisin anoche
El pgil Juan Daz II sorpren
dl anoche al Imponerse con la
decisin de los tres jueces al
rrlendo en forma contraria a su
Main Road ocup el segundo
puesto y Welsh Loch el tercer
lugar.
En forma invicta conquist Panam el
torneo nacional de bisbol en Chitar
>an seis lanzadores, suspendi el Juego ae paseoaii d en Vm Campeonato | campen nacional de peso gallo teur al vancer el s
contribuy a empu- entre las novenas "Oficina Ge- Sacton! de Baseball Anvateur, Baby Green, en el encuentro I junto de Colon por
rreras con dos jon- neral" vi -Telfonos Automti- | cn%& naa compro- que sostuvieron en el Gimnasio I rrotar ayer a San
5?.* "^"0 _tfi,.Je^.,el.*:!' misos con una victoria sobre Nacional a un lmite de diez a 9.
equ!pofse^Unea3ronPcond^ ; feSS SSffi
. afn de participar en las Serles
Club Los Tigres y Club Leones de
Primera y Segunda respectiva-
mente, se fusionaron en la Pri-
mera Categora el Deportivo Es-
trada, Campen de 1950, con el
Deportivo Dosman que no parti-
IBERICO, J. Moreno, R. Alca- {cipo en el Campeonato Provln-
gulentes jugadores.
PACUICO, L. Acosta, O Ro-
drguez, C. Tlque, T. Mowatt, F.
Ponce, A. Bernat, J. de la Guar-
dia, R. Pinnock, J. Balaza* L.
Valds y S. Jordn.
zar. R Fernndez. A. Aroseme-
na, L. Morales. M, Jones. R,Lon-
doo. A Ortega, H. Achn, C.
Agullar y V. Ascarltas.
Arbitro: A. Parchtment; Jue-
ces de Lnea: O. Casanova y E.
Mrquez.
El partido comenz con accio-
nes rpidas por ambos bandos
y se registraron acciones inte-
resante, a los 15 minutos de
juego el Ibrico marc su nico
tanto al hacer efectivo Ortega
un tiro Ubre. Despus de la mi-
tad del primer tiempo, el en-
cuentro comenz a aflojar, ter-
minando esta etapa favorable
a los espaoles por 1 a 0.
En la segunda mitad, los pa-
cifistas presionaron y lograron
un completo dominio, tocndole
a Jordn empatar el Juego al
rematar en forma precisa una
entrada. Minutos despus sall
lesionado el back del Pacifico,
Csar Rodrguez. A pesar de esta
desventaja los blanquiazules' con
tinuaron dominando y Bab
Valda con un fuerte tiro mar-
c el goal de la victoria.
En esta parte del Juego sall
lesionado el pacifista Bernat.
clal de ese Ao; el Equipo fusio-
nado de acuerdo al Reglamento
Nacional, Captulo Quinto, Ar-
ticulo treinta y seis, se llamarla
en adelante Club Deportivo Te-
niente V. M. Dosman.
Los Equipos participantes en
la Primera Categora eran los si-
guientes: Deportivo Roque, De-
portivo Centuria y Deportivo
Teniente Dosman.
En la Segunda Categora par-
ticiparon los Equipos: Deportivo
Centuria, Deportivo talo-Pana-
meo. El Foche Arguelles y el
lio Guayas.
II 15 de Octubre se seal pa-
ra comenzar la Serie que desper-
tarla al ftbol colonensey de su
letargo, fecha en que ae Inaugu-
rarla la Serle por la disputa del
Trofeo Club Los Tigres que ya es-
taba exhibindose en las vitri-
nas de la Avenida Bolivar.
Lleg el Domingo 15 de Octu-
bre; a las tres de la tarde los E-
qulpos desfilaron para darle ma-
yor solemnidad al acto de aper-1
tura de la Serle Club Los Tigres,
los conjuntos con sus uniformes I
nuevos daban mayor vistosidad j
al acto; presentes en la Inaugu-!
racin estaban los componentes
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
Los Medias Rojas despertaron
de su letargo y vencieron dos
veces ayer a los Atltlcos de
Filadelfla por anotaciones de 6
a 5 y 7 a 4. En el primer Juego
Ted Williams empuj dos ca-
rreras con un cuadrangular. El
segundo juego dur solamente
cinco episodios y medio. El Bos-
ton anotaron cinco carreras en
el primer episodio para asegu-
rarse el desafo.
Los Indios ganaron tambin
su doble Juego frente a los Car-
melltas de San Luis por 10 ca-
rreras a 3 y 4 a 3. Early Wynn
gan el primer partido. Larry
Doby de los Indios y Ken Wood
de los Carmelitas jonronearon
I en este partido.
En el otro juego celebrado los
Medias Blancas de Chicago de-
rrotaron a loa Tigres de Detroit
por anotacin de 3 carreras a 2.
El Juego entre Yanquis y Sena-
dores fu pospuesto por lluvia.
Calendarlo do la
Liga Independenle
de ftbol infantil
en a segunda mitad del tercer "fiL "Tr TsTaunutola'' 'aaatos'
r!?l.,2?.!!: ^ Sff rW *S ^campen Oreen manifest
Sfen'a. $9*n IS Mes Por7 dlos Santeos, pero encontrarse acatarrado, aunque
clon de 12 carreras a cero. OK* *"______________el axmen que pas al medioda
Parece que la estacin -
seca
Abril 21
Guayaquil vs Fuerte 29
Selecta vs Independiente
Guayaquil va Pern
Mayot
Angellni vs Selecta
Fuerte 25 Santander
Tauros vs Independiente
Con todo e. Pacifico mantuvo &*!* JSS^aISS.
la supremaca y logr en for-
ma merecida el triunfo.
Las defensas de ambos equi-
pos se portaron bien, pero en el
segundo tiempo fall la media
defensa de los espaoles, permi-
tiendo a la delantera pacifista
mantener a menudo la bola en
el rea del Ibrico.
Mayo 12
Selecta vi Tauros
Fuerte 25 vs Angellni
Pern vs Independiente
3ue tanto se esperaba para de-
icarse a las actividades depor-
tivas se est acabando y est
entrando apresuradamente la
Estacin lluviosa, causa por la
cual no slo se pospuso este par-
tido, sino el que se iba a cele-
brar despus de terminado \
primero, que era del Torneo de
Bola Suave entre los conjuntos
'Empalmaduras" vs "Planta
Elctrica". Tambin se pospu-
se por la misma causa dos ms,
uno que estuvo sealado para
el Jueves 19 a cargo de "Garage
y Almacn" vs Ingenieros Tel-
fonos Automticos", y el otro
que se anunci para ayer domin-
go en la maana a cargo de los
equipos "Telfonos Automti-
cos" va "Distribucin".
MEMORIAS
DEPORTIVAS
Por A. A. PINZN O.
Por gentileza del Redactor
que paso
de ayer result satisfactorio.
Este fu el primer encuentro
de Oreen despus de haber ga-
nado el Campeonato; y se en-
contraba favorito para triunfar,
considerando que C. Leal haba
noqueado a J. Diaz en un asal-
to, y Oreen a su vez derrot a
Leal por KO en el quinto apto.
En los otros encuentros del
CHITRE, Abril 23 (Por.S. Ivil- menos no registraron carre-
di)El equipo de Panam con- ras.
quist Invicto el VIII Campeo- En el sptimo acto entro F.
nato Nacional de BasebaU Ama. Larrinaga por los panameos y
teur al vancer el sbado al con- en el noveno entr E. Escalante.
2 a y de- En los otros dos partidos del
Blas por 19 sbado. Becas del Toro dl otro
gran paso en su propsito de lo-.
grar el Sub-Campeonato al ga-
En el encuentro del sbado, narle a Veraguas por 6 a 1. Los
Panam propin el 15o. blan- bocatoreos disparon once im-
que del Torneo con una labor; parables y no cometieron error:
destacada del lanzador D. "Ga-,
tito" Salinas al permitir nica-
mente tres imparables a los co-
lonenses, cometiendo su equipo
dos errores. El lanzador perde-,
dor fu E. George; los paname-
os dispararon seis incoglbles.
En el encuentro de ayer Pa-
nam se impuso a los machis
los veraguenses pegaron tres hits
y fallaron tres veces S. Pomares
se llev la victoria y W. Ramos
carg con la derrota.
El conjunto de i hiriqu ven-
ci en un reido encuentrv al
Darin por 3 carreras a 2, a pe-
sar que los darienitas pegaron
siete incogibles por 4 de los chi-
ricanos, y stos cometieron 4.
,-.-- inrilva 6n 10 oros eiiuuemruB uci para terminar sus compromisos; j r"~- -"-".""j"- "
nnhliPrenuM desde estVlklcin' Programa de anoche. Lupe Pan- Sel torneo en forma invicta. Los errores por 2 de lbs del Darin,
P!LcAreJmofs^ f!;!,?. S cho obtuvo un sorprendente| ganadores pegaron 22 incogibles. El lanzador A. Chaves se anoto
algunos detalles de Inters para
los fanticos del Deporte en ge-
neral y para aquellos que se in-
teresan por el desarrollo de las
grandes ligas de los Estados
Unidos. Esperamos que esta co-
lumna tenga buena acogida en-
tre nuestros amables lectores,
haciendo todo lo que est a
nuestro alcance en lo que a no-
ticias se refiere para compla-
Los oficinistas estaban jugan-
do impecablemente, alendo este cerlos.
Juego el de mejor presentacin I
en lo que va del Campeonato de SABIA UD. QUE:
Baseball, resultndoles adversa
la naturaleza a la ves que fa- Bob Feller Implant nuevo
vorecla a los Telefonistas qule-, record de ponchados, al lle-
nes estaban sumamente flojos, varse por las cuentas de loa
y desconcertados. > Strikes a 348 Jugadores en la
triunfo por nocaut sobre Beto
Scantlebury los dos minutos
y 8 segundos del primer asalto.
En el otro semifinal B. Cum-
berbatch. se Impuso tambin por
la ruta del sueo a Ray Nelson
a los dos minutos y 23 segundos
del tercer acto.
En el preliminar. Melvln Bour-
ne debut en el profesionalismo
con una victoria por nocaut so-
bre Cisco Kid.
Scia la victoria mientras que C. Ce-
u el pitcher ganador y G. de bellos result el perdedor.
Sedas el perdedor. El cuarto epi-; Este juego lo dedicaron por la
sodio fu el nico donde los pa-' salud de Tomas A. Cupas.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
en palabras atinadas ofreci el
Trofeo, que para tal fin lo ha-
ban llevado al Estadio para que
todos los futbolistas participan-
tes se dieran cuenta del premio.
El mismo Seor Morales, Pre-
sidente del club Los Tigres, a
invitacin de la Directiva de la
Liga, entreg uno de los Trofeos
que en ese da se repartieron a
los Campeones Provinciales de
Primera y Segunda Categoras, y
que se repartieron para dar ma-
ypr vistosidad e imponencia al
acto de inauguracin de la Se-
rle Calvarlo del Ftbol Colonen-
se.
Adems el Seor Morales dl
'Se hace imprescindible la ?' aqn.e 1"lclal del partido entre
ConstrwcU d?e SerVi. Ser^.^^nPT'""0 R0<,Ue y
Sanitario en si Campo ds DeP?rttJ* Centuria para_comen-
Jieses de SANTA RITA.
Con las airtor^Jei
de Obras Pblicas
zar la Serie oue ms dao le ha
hecho al ftbol de Coln en la
primera Categora.
(continuar).
Mayo 19
Guayaquil vs Santander z
Tauros vs Fuerte 25
Independiente vs Pern
Mayo t
Selecta vs Santander
Guayaquil vs Independiente
Independiente vs Angellni
Jenio t
Santander vs Tauros
Guayaquil vs Selecta
Fuerte 25 vs Pern
' ^mertama
llnelos
MojOios pfOyfafflas
De modo que el Calendario
a seguir esta soma na, comen-
zando desde esta tarde ser el
siguiente, para Informacin da
toses les Jugaderas de ambos
Campos na tea:
LUNES 23, "Ingenieros Telfo-
nos Automticos" vs "Garage y
Ataracen".
MARTES 24, "Telfonos Auto-
mticos" vs "Distribucin":
MIRCOLES 25. Baseball
"Planta, Garage y Almacn" vs
"Empatmaderes";
JUEVES tC. "Oficina General"
vs "Dtotrlbucin*-:
VIERNES 27Baseball. "Tel-
fonos Automatices" vs "Oficina
Generar.
temporada de 1948?
El inolvidable Walter John-
son gan en toda su carrera
como lanzador, un total de 413
victorias y ponch a 3.497 Ju-
gadores
El gran Ty Cobb Jugando
para el Detroit en la Liga
Americana fu campen de
Bate por 12 aos, de 1907 a
1919?
Mel Ott. manager de los Gi-
gantes de New York fu el
jugador que ms bolearon en
1942. con un total de 109 re-
ces.
Ted Williams fu leading en
carreras anotadas en 1940-
1941-1942-1948 y 19477
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* PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFsOTDIENT?
Lunes, abril m, mi
Las Dolly Sister actan en
\v. gran produccin cubana
escuela de Modelos"
Nuevo Galn de la Pantalla ..... Por Chpete
Les Dolly Sister, cuyos bailes,
han dado la vuelta al mundo, i
enriquecen con su actuacin la !
Rran pelcula cubana que el
Teatro Cecilia comenzar a pre-
sentar en estreno de gala a
parlir^del prximo jueves. "Es-
:uela de Modelos", la mejor pe-
lcula cubana, est protagoni-
?ada por los reyes de la risa.
Garrido y Pinero. Con ellos ac-
tan un grupo estelar de artis-
tas como Xonla Bengurla. Juan
Lado, la gran orquesta de la
Sonora Matancera; las Mulatas
de Fuego y otros ms.
"Escuela de Modelos", la gran
Comedia Musical Cubana, se-
r estrenada en gran premier
el prximo jueves en el Teatro
Cecilia.
Caballeros de Coln rinde un
homenaje a la Amrica Latina
WASHINIGTON, abril 22.
tUSIS) La mano de la amis-
tad a los pueblos latinoameri-
canos ser extendida aqu el
jueves 26 cuando dignatarios de
la Iglesia Catlica y funciona-
rios del Departamento de Es-
tado se asociarn a los Cac-
heros de Coln para rendir no-
menaje a los diplomticos de
las otras repblcas americanas.
El acontecimiento tendr lu-
gar con motivo de la undcima
recepcin y banquete anual en
honor del cuerpo diplomtico
latinoamericano ofrecido por los
Caballeros de Coln, del capi-
tulo de la capital. Ser una ma-
nifestacin de buena voluntad
a las otras naciones americanas
a nombre de cerca de 800.00C
Caballeros de Coln de los Es-
lados Unidos.
El Reverendo John Tracey E-
llis, profesor de Historia Ecle-
sistica de la Universidad Ca-
tlica de Amrica, pronunciar
el discurso principal, a nombre
del Gobierno dar la bienveni-
da a los diplomticos el Secre-
tarlo de Estado Auxiliar Edward
G. Miller Jr., y el discurso de
contestacin estar a cargo del
Dr. Eduardo Zuleta ngel, Em-
bajador de Colombia en los Es-
tados Unidos.
Ay, no! MacArthur es divino, divino, divino, mil veces mejor
f'lark Oahlr'
que Clark Gable!
Et; "La Barra de San Juan"
st halla el Dr. Gaiuza Paz
Prepara la "ONU" un libro
sobre el caso del lider del
APRA' Raul Haya de la Torre
Por J. F. BRYCE
NUEVA YORK. Abril 23 (EPS)
Ahora que uno de los ciuda-
danos ms distinguidos de la
Argentina el Dr. Alberto Galnza
Paz. ha logrado escapar a tra-
vs de la cortina de hojalata que
se e.t corriendo alrededor de
su pais, libre en una poca, pue-
de revelarse que se ha refugia-
do en la bella estancia uruguaya
j "La Barra de San Juan".
QdbDk
* JUEVES *
DOS PELCULAS!

PARA CONMEMORAR EL
1ER ANIVERSARIO
DE ESTE TEATRO

Una* picaresca comedia! Los
traviesos amoros de una da-
mita muy serlecita y un pin-
tor muy "inspirado"...
La Ninfa
Desnuda
con
*ANN BLYTH
*MARK STEVENS
ADEMAS:
Una pelcula Inolvidable!
LA GUERRA...
con toda su crueldad y todo
su herosmo!...
Sin
Novedad
en el
Frente
Primer Premio
de la Academia
Cinematogrfica
i Como demcrata culto y va-
: leroso, director de un gran dia-
rlo, lamoso desde hace mucho
tiempo por su integridad asi co-
mo su importancia, el Dr. Galn-
za Paz debe tener el corazn
destrozado por haberse visto
obligado q huir de su propio
pais por la chillona dictadura
peronista. Pero en el Uruguay,
pequeo como es, puede respirar
el aire libre de una de las na-
I clones ms progresistas y de-
I mocraticas del mundo.
La enorme, rica, ruidosa y ex-
citable ciudad de Buenos Aires,
est tendida a lo largo de la lla-
na orilla meridional de estuario
del rio de La Plaza. Zarpando
de los muelles, rumbo al norte
y navegando a travs de cua-
renta kilmetros de aguas cena-
, gosas y salobres, se llega a la
, verde y ligeramente ondulada
costa del Uruguay. Alli, en el
punto ms cercano a Buenos
Aires, se encuentra la fabulosa
estancia de "La Barra", que
consiste en diez mil ciento sie-
te hectreas y media de terre-
no y constituye de por si casi
un Imperio insular, separada de
los vecinos a un lado y otro por
lM rios San Juan y San Pedro,
de modo que el agua le sirve de
lmite en tres lados. En este
sitio donde est el hogar de la
madre y el padrasto del Dr.
Galnza Paz, los esposos de An-
chorena.
Actualmente esto es un lugar
precioso. Bellos Jardines rodean
la gran casa de campo, la mi-
tad de la cual est construida
de madera, y se pierden entre
el csped de una cancha de golf
privada. Hay alli un, parque de
mil veintiuna hectreas de bos-
ques y pastos, poblado de ani-
males salvajes de todas partes
del mundo, tales como ciervos,
canguros y avestruces, el cual
est cruzado en diversos senti-
dos por arenosas calzadas para
automviles. Sin embargo, a prin
cipios del siglo, cuando el seor
de Anchorena lo vl por vez pri-
mera, esto era una gran exten-
sin aislada de campo, donde s-
lo crecian matorrales de zarzas
espinosas y no haba ms carre-
tera que una a ochenta kilme-
tros de distancia.
El lo descubi desde un glo-
bo. Lo primero con que tropez
fueron las espinosas zarzas,
cuando el gas que escapaba del
globo le hizo caer sin contem-
placiones en medio de ellas, La
distancia a que quedaba la ca-
rretera se le haba hecho eviden
te mucho antes de que pudiera
llegar a la misma, para ser lie-'
vado hasta Buenos Airea como
una especie de hroe. Corra el
ao de 1906 y la Argentina es-
taba presentando una exposicin
monstruo, cuyo acto central
consista en una competencia
de globos. El Joven de Ancho-
rena, representante de la aris-
tocracia terrateniente argenti-
na se compr uno y se inscribi
para participar en la compe-
tencia. SI los hombres volaban,
l no podia sufrir el tener que
quedarse en tierra y contem-
plarlos.
Llevado mas lejos de lo que
esperaba por un pompero (el
Viento fri que a veces silba a
(Tasa a la Pac. col I)
Por Rubn Gotay Montalvo
NUEVA YORK, Abril 21 (EPS)
El Departamento de Informa-
cin Pblica de las Naciones
Unidas acaba de anunciar que
dar a la publicidad este ao un
libro sobre el llamado "Caso Ha-
ya de la Torre".
Este libro,, de enorme y evi-1
dente Inters para todos los pa-
ses de la Amrica Latina, ser
"un estudio sobre la controver-
sia entre Colombia y Per" re-
lacionada con el caso de asilo
politico de que es protagonista
al seor Vctor Ral Haya de la
Torre, conocido dirigente poli-1
tico peruano.
El "Caso Haya de la Torre"'
fu sometido, en su oportunidad,;
a la consideracin de la Corte
Internacional de Justicia, rga-
no jurdico de las Naciones Un- I
das, y la obra en preparacin I
ofrecer una sntesis completa I
de sus antecedentes, as como
los principales alegatos presen-
tados por ambos pases ante la
Corte y los fallos emitidos por
tan elevado tribunal.
Este libro es slo uno de los
que, ocasionalmente, edita espe-
cialmente el Departamento de
Informacin Pblica de la N.U.
sobre temas de Inters o cir-
cunstancias especificas. Otros
dados ya a la publicidad, de in-
ters determinante para los
pases latinoamericanos, son
"Estudio Econmico de la Am-
rica Latina, 1949", una de las
obras ms completas de todas
la publicadas, hasta ese mo-
mento, sobre la economa y de-
sarrollo de la regln; el "Anua-
rio de los Derechos del Hombre"
y otros ms.
En total, el Departamento de
Informacin del as N.U. hace
circular regularmente entre to-
das las naciones del mundo un
total de 564 publicaciones en to-
do los Idiomas del universo.
La ms importante de stas es
el "Boletn de las Naciones Uni-
das" que se publica cada quin-
ce das en espaol, ingls, fran-
cs y ruso. Es la nica publica-
cin de la N.U. de carcter ne-
tamente noticioso que ofrece
una perspectiva absolutamente
objetiva e lmparclal de las acti-
vidades de la organizacin. Un
cuerpo de redaccin internacio-
nal y poliglota, poseedor de un
intimo conocimiento de la situa-
cin mundial y de las labores
de lo* numerosos rganos de la*
Naciones Unidas, redacta el "Bo-
letn" con un criterio netamen-
te periodstico, presentando el
material en la forma que ms
pueda Jnteresar a los lectores,
no sin observar la ms estric-
ta objetividad, ya que er "Bole-
tn" es, en cierto modo, el re-
flejo de las opiniones de todos
los 60 miembros de la organi-
zacin.
La edicin en espaol del "Bo-
letn" est dirigida por un pres-
tigioso intelectual venezolano
que cuenta con la colaboracin
de varios redactores proceden-
tes de Argentina, Colombia, M-
xico y Cuba. En esta edicin se
procura destacar las actuaciones
de las delegaciones latinoameri-
canas y ofrecer a los lectores de
la Amrica hispana ternas de
especial inters local o regional
como, por ejemplo, las conclu-
siones de la misin de la N.U.
que viaj a Bolivia y Per a
estudiar los efectos sociales de
la masticacin de la hoja de la
coca entre la poblacin Indgena
o las ltimas estadsticas en
material de rentas nacionales en
los veinte pases latinoamerica-
nos.
La impresin del "Boletn" en
espaol se realiza en Ciudad de
Mxico, a donde se envan los
originales en valija diplomtica
especial por la va area. Desde
Ciudad de Mxico, el "Boletn"
es enviado a todas partes de la
Amrica Latina.
De la distribucin general de
las publicaciones del Departa-
mento de Informaciones est
encargada la Seccin de Circu-
lacin y Ventas la que cuenta,
en la Amrica Latina solamente,
con quince agentes.
A fin de atender ms cabal-
mente a las necesidades parti-
culares de la regln, la Seccin
de Circulacin y Ventas acaba
de ampliar sus dependencias en-
cargadas de la Amrica Latina
y prximamente un funcionarlo
de la misma, el seor Luis Za-
lamea, viajar por todo el con-
tinente con el objeto de fami-
liarizarse sobre el terreno con
los distintos problemas de cir-
culacin y ventas, aumentar la
red de agentes encargados de la
distribucin y proyectar una
campaa de promocin de ven-
tas y publicidad a favor de las
publicaciones de las N.U.
No cabe duda de que, a me-
1 dlda que la organizacin de la
paz extienda su campo de ac-
clon, Iniciando nuevas empresas
1 de alcance y beneficio univer-
I sales, como el programa de ayu-
i da tcnica para el desarrollo de
los pases Insuficientemente de-
sarrollados, las publicaciones que
son fiel reflejo, y resultado de
tan portentosa labor habrn de
i ir cobrando mayor importancia
i cada dia y llegarn a ser Indls-
I pensables, no slo en las biblio-
tecas que son dependencias ofi-
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bienestar de sus propios pases
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es vice-presidente para invitar
expresamente a los atletas es-
paoles a los Juegos olmpicos
del ao entrante.
El doctor Frenkell. destac
que la organizacin de dichos
Juegos marcha a pasos agigan-
tados.
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11:30
12:00
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6:03
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Acordes porteos
Melodas matinales
Grandes maestros
La Voz de Hoy
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El Correo del Aire
El Disloque Musical
Invitacin al baile
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Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco.
Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
Espaoleras
Acordes porteos
Cantares de Mxico
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