The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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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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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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"Let f/ip people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
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WASHINGTON, April 24 (UP)Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey, D., Minn., said today "it may be necessary" to bring
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower back from Europe to testify in
the Truman-MacArthur fight over military-diplomatic po-
licies in the Far East.
But he added he hopes such action will not be neces-
sary because Eisenhower has "a big enough job" in build-
ing Europe's defense "without being involved in a partisan
debate." r- L lu
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Chairman Richard B. RUssell,
D Ga of the Combined Senate
Armed Services and Foreign Re-
lations Committees, aid It Is
"possible" that Elsenhower may
testify although he has no pre-
sent plans to call the Atlantic
Pact commander.
Meantime, the debate over
MacArthur's ouster continued
unabated.
In Worcester, Mass., House Re-
publican leader Joseph W. Mar-
tin, Jr., Mass., said that public
wrath" over MacArthur's dis-
missal will "double In its fury"
If the Administration tries to
"smear" the general.
Simultaneously, the Veteran*
of Foreign Wars called on Mr
Truman to fire Secretary of
State Dean Ache-ton and re-
place him with a man who can
"paye the way for a re-birth
of our bipartisan foreign pe-
UcT"
In the House, Rep. Leon H.
Gavin. R., Pa., said Congress
should take action to remove
Acheson if he refuses to resign.
He said the "arrogant Inner-
White House clique's defiance of
Congress makes It necessary for
the Congress to do some firing
also."
Senator Brian McMhon, chair-
man of the House-Senate Atomic
Committee, in a speech prepared
lor Senate delivery said Mac-
Arthur's proposal for hitting
Communist china might set off
a world war which would bring
atomic bombs on United States
ities.
He said: "There are four fun-
damental strategic facts which
passion may obscure but which
we Ignore at our peril:
1) The United States is not
firepared for all out war except
n the field of atomic energy;
"2) The industrial war poten-
tial of Western Europe has no
remote counterpart In Asia. Eu-
rope must get priority. Lose Eu-
rope and you lose your arms
race;
"3) The major allies of the
United States oppose spreading
the Korean war;
"4) Russia Is able to drop a
number of atomic bombs upon
American cities right now to-
day."
Charles G. Dawes, 85,
Dies Of Heart Attack
CHICAGO, April 24 (UP)
Charles G. Dawes, 85, Vice-Pre-
sident of the United States un-
der Oalvln Coolldge, died last
night of a heart attack in the
Chicago suburb of Evanstown.
97 Die When
Train Becomes
Burning Heir
YOKOHAMA, April 24. (UP).
Some 97 persons, Including
seven United States soldiers,
were burned to death In an el-
ectric commuter train here to-
day.
About 30 persons were in-
jured, but saved their lives by
escaping through smashed win-
dows.
Only four or five passengers
escaped unscathed.
Flames ravaged the first car
of the train from end to end
when an overhead power line
broke and set fire to the car as
the train entered Yokohama
Station.
A witness said: "Within three
minutes the car was mostly
ashes."
A passenger said: "The car
was packed. The air compressor
doors did not open. It was a
burning hell."
Attorney Admits
Rita Considering
Divorce From Aly
NEW YORK, April 24 (UP)
Rita Hayworth's attorney in-
dicated today that she is con-
sidering divorcing Prince Aly
Khan but added "no decision
has been reached yet."
In Hollywood Harry Cohn,
head of Columbia Pictures,
aid Miss Hayworth is plan-
ning to return to work at the
studio.
Rita arrived here April 2
with her two daughters. Aly
Khan remained in Europe.
She said them there was ab-
solutely nothing to rumors they
had parted. But she admitted
she did not know when they
would meet again.
Paper Claims
Britain Owns
H-Bomb'Key
LONDON, April 24. (UP).
With the help of convicted spy
Dr. Klaus Emll Fuchs, Britain
has discovered the key to the
making of the hydrogen bomb,
according to the weekly news-
paper Recorder.
German-born Fuchs Is serving
a 14-year term for giving atom4
ic secrets to Russia.
The Recorder said: "Britain
has thus become the first coun-
try to find the elusive key to set
off the hydrogen bomb, which
has so far baffled American
scientists.
"Among scientists it is com-
mon gossip that the formula for
the key to setting off the H-
bomb was evolved in his" cell at
Stafford prison by Fuchs."
A spokesman for the Ministry
of Supply, which runs Britain's
atomic plants, said he could not
comment on the report so far
as the solving of the hydrogen
bomb riddle was concerned.
But he said: "Fuchs Is not
working for us, and has not
worked for us since he has been
In prison."
Atllee Moves To
Hold Together
Shaky Government
LONDON, April 24 (UP).Pre-
mier Clement Attlee moved to-
day to prevent his Labor Gov-
ernment falling apart.
He picked Attorney-General
Sir Hartley Shawcross to suc-
ceed Harold Wilson as President
of the Board of Trade.
Allred Robens, former Parlia-
mentary Secretary to the Min-
istry of Fuel and Power, be-
comes Minister of Labor In suc-
cession to Aneurin Bevan.
Mea n w h 11 e John Freeman,
Parliamentary Secretary to the
Ministry of Supply, quit the
Government In the wake of
Bevan and Wilson.
Though Bevan's rebellion has
shaken the Labor Party It is
thought Attlee will be able to
resist election demands at least
till autumn.
Laborltes hope that by then
the meat situation and other
domestic problems will be bet-
tered, restoring some of their
ebbing favor with the elector-
ate.
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250,000 Reported In Push
With 400,000 In Reserve
TOKYO, April U (UP). Front Une reports Indicate
the Communist command has thrown elements of seven
Chinese army corps and five to seven North Korean divi-
sions 180,000 to 200,000 Chinese and 50,000 North Ko-
reans into the all out offensive.
Another 200,000 to 400,000 Communist troops, largely
Chinese, are believed to be in reserve and more Commu-
nist troops are on call in Manchuria,
From Washington comes a report that Soviet trained
Mongolian troops have entered North Korea.
Some of them are said to be from Inner Mongolia,
which is under Chinese influence.
Others are from Outer Mongolia, which is dominated
by Russia, though China claims the area.
A Soviet force in 1939 fought and defeated Japanese
who tried to grab Outer Mongolia. Ever since then this
territory nominally a republic has been virtually a
part of Russia.
Time Extension Sought
For Income Tax Filing
Shucks,
We're Well Off
WASHINGTON, April 24 (UP)
Secretary of Agriculture
Charles Brannan today claimed
the United States working man
has an easier time now paying
his' meat, milk and other food
bills than he did in the boom
year of 1929.
Brannan, appearing before
the House Agriculture Commit-
tee, attacked those who blame
rising farm prices for the cur-
rent high cost of living.
A move to extend time for
payment of the retroactive In-
come tax was reported this
morning bv Rufus Lovelady.
president of AFOE lodge 14.
At 9:20 p. m. yesttrday Love-
lady sent the following cable to
the national president of the
AFGE: "Please contact Governor
Newcomer now (In) Washington
and (the) Internal Revenue re-
garding extension time (for)
filing our tax returns (to) Sept.
15 If tax postponement bill (Is)
not passed by June."
Date for making tax returns
for the previous calendar year
Is normally March 15. Lovelady
recalled. Payment of the 1950
tax for Zonians was. however,
extended to June 15 with a six
per cent annual Interest charge
added.
Since no action has yet been
taken on bills to repeal the re-
troactive feature of the tax as
affecting Zonians, and It was
possible ib&t none might be
taken until after June 15, the
further extension Is being asked
Lovelady also reported receipt
of copies of three more bills whic
directly, or Indirectly, would af-
fect federal employes.
First of these Is HR 3714, In-
troduced April 13 bv Rep. Otto
E. Passman. Dem. La., to reduce
the annual leave and sick leave
of Government employes. The
annual leave would be cut from
28 to 20 days, the sick leave will
be made 10 days per calendar
year with the right to accumu-
late up to 30 days.
The second, HR 3713. Introduc-
ed the same day by Rep. John A
Tickets On Sale
Ar$l For Guild's
Show 'Dover Road'
Tickets for the Theatre Guild
comedy "Dover Road," to be
given at Diablo Theater tomor-
row and Thursday evenings are
still available at $1. All seats are
reserved. .
They are on sale from 7 until
9 p.m. at The Shack, House 5041.
behind the old messhall In Dia-
blo, and may also be purchased
at Lewis 8ervlce on Tivoll Ave-
nue, Panama City.
Theater Guild members will
also sell tickets tonight In the
Balboa Clubhouse between 6:30
and 9:00 p.m.
Remaining tickets, will be a-
vallable at the box office on the
nights of the show.
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Actor John Gar field Denies Being Red;
Heddo Hopper, Writers Called In Probe
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WASHINGTON, April 24 (UP)
Movie tough guy John Gar-
field testified today that he
never was a member of the Com-
munist Party or its front orga-
nizations and urged Congress to
outlaw the party as protection
lor "outspoken liberals."
He made the statement at a
House Un-American Activities
Committee hearing during
which it was disclosed that
Hollywood gossip colu m n i s t
Hedda Hopper will be subpenaed
to turn .over the names of six
movie colony Communists on
whom she claims to have in-
formation.
Rep. Bernard W. 'Tat" Kear-
ney, R., N. Y., aald Miss Hopper
accused the committee In a
broadcast of trying to "white-
wash" Its Investigation of Com-
munism In the movie capital
The 38-year-old Garf ield
testified that he knew no Holly-
wood Communists and did not
inquire into the politics of those
he worked with. Questioned
abotu his activates during the
war years, he said:
"I was a busy fellow, with a
lot more things to do than get-
ting involved with a bunch of
crackpots."
Rep. Morgan M. Moulder, D.,
Mo., told the actor the commit-
tee had no evidence linking him
with the Communist Party or
any subversive activities. Mould-
er said not everyone called be-
fore the committee is a Com-
munist and not every liberal
should be condemned.
This drew an angry protest
from Rep. Donald M. Jackson,
R., Calif., whose district em-
braces part of the movie colony.
He said Garfleld was summoned
because he was "assclated vlth
an Industry which has been sus-
pected."
"I'm not convinced with the
entire accuracy and entire co-
operation you are giving the
committee," Jackson said.
Hollywood writers Marc Law-
rence and Abe Polonski and
agent George Wlllner are sched-
uled to testify. Polonski has
been named as a Communist In
testimony by actor Sterling
Hayden. screen writer Richard
J. Collins and Mrs. Meta Reis
Rosenberg, former assistant
story editor at Paramount Stu-
dios.
Together with actor Larry
Parks, the three have testified
that they once were Commun-
ist Party members and named
30 others they said were ex-
Reds.
The committee had been
scheduled to hear Academy
Award winner Jose Ferrer this
week, but a spokesman said no
date had been set.
Garfleld described hjmself as
an "outspoken liberal He add-
ed that Communists "don't like
liberals' and therefore would be
unlikely to discuss politics with
him. Asked whether he had been
associated with the Young Com-
munist League, he replied:
"If I had heard that name, I
would have run like hell."
Garfleld read the committee a
statement in which he said:
"I am no Red. I am no 'Pink."
I am no fellow-traveler. I am :
democrat by politics, a libere
by Inclination, and a loy
citizen of this country by every
act o ny lile.''
McGuire, Dem. Conn., would
amend the Civil Service Retire-
ment act to provide annuities for
those involuntarily separating
from the government service
with at least 20 years of ser-
vice.
Both of these bills have been
referred to the Committee on
Post Office and Civil Service.
The last of the three bills. HR
3689, was Introduced April 12
by Rep. William L. Dawson.
Dem. 111., and would establish a
Department of Social Security
and Education. In accordance
with recommendations of the
Hoover commission. This bill,
marked Introduced "by request,"
was referred to the Committee
on Expenditures in the Executive
Department.
Film-Theater Panic
Hits Slates As TV
Stations Multiply
HOLLYWOOD, April 24 (UPi.
Reports from round the Uni-
ted State Indicate a movie theat-
ed panic is In the making, and
that it will soon hit Hollywood
with a depression.
The panic reports come from
movie theater managers whose
only concern it Is to fill their
house with an audience.
The blow is being delivered
prlmately by television, an In-
fant which to movie operators
has grown Into a monster.
Theaters are still doing quite
well in areas not penetrated by
television.
They are doing worst in areas
where there are several tele-
vision stations.
By the end of this year the
United States may well have 150
television transmitters.
Ridgway At
Forward Posts
For Battle Info
Edward Mc In tosh
Yachtsman, Mate,
Fishing For Money
From yachting folk into mas-
ter mariner, mate and commer-
cial fishermen is the sea change
that has come over Edward and
Alice Mclntosh, who wen ac-
tive members of the Balboa
Yacht Club until they cast off
for their home in New Hamp-
shire a year or so ago.
Then they were aboard their
own sleek cutter Starcrest, now
tied up In a New England port.
Today they are back In Bal-
boa at Pier 7 for a few days as
master and mate of the 64 ft.
11 inch fisher "Lucy," bound
for the Galpagos out of San
Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Lucy also carries a cook
and two able seamen. Every-
body, (Mac" says, gives a hand
with the navigating, the fish-
ing, and operation of the deep-
freezing apparatus.
The catch they hope for is to
be frozen fresh from the sea and
win be brought back through
the Canal for sale in Puerto
Rico.
Ed formerly worked In the
Mechanical Division, and Alice
In the laboratory at Gorgas
Hospital.
Tires In Sight
But No Fat Ones
WASHINGTON, April 24.
(UP) Civilian essentials
which through May and June
will get normal rubber alloca-
tions include truck and tractor
tires, conveyor bells and ir-
dles.
TOKYO. April 24 (UP) Lt.
Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, Su-
preme Commander of the Unit-
ed Nations Forces In Korea, told
newsmen he flew to the fighting
front from Tokyo today because
lt Is a basic responsibility of
command to be on the spot In
advance when potentially deci-
sive phases of a battle occur.
He said a commanding officer
also should be on the ground
during the development of deci-
sive phases In order to obtain
from commanders and from
conditions on the spot at the
time of action an accurate sens-
ing of the situation.
This, he said, was the best
basis for command decisions.
Ridgway spent several hours
on the ground with 8th Army
commander Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet at his forward com-
mand post.
Then he and Van Fleet visit-
ed other United Nations com-
manders at their forward com-
mand posts.
Ridgway said: "It appears to
me at this time that this attack
Is another malor effort by our
Communist enemy to drive the
United Nations forces from Ko-
rea or destroy them, regardless
of the further destruction of his
own' troops and the continued
criminal destruction of Korea. It
appears also that this will be
the heaviest attack vet made,
though lt has not yet attained
full strength."
He said he was hlghlv pleased
with the tremendous losses In-
flicted on the Reds.
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HP Police Close
Radio Station For
Faulty Equipment
The National Police, through
an order of the Ministry of Gov-
ernment and Justice, at 12:05
p.m. today ssupended the opera-
tion of Radio Nacional (Stations
HOQ and HOQQ) until defects
reported by Technical Engineer
of Communications Richard D.
Prescott and Chief of Radio-
Communications Ramon Valdes
have been corrected.
Stations HOQ and HOQQ have
been utilized by the radio-news-
paper La Tribuna, the propa-
ganda sheet of the violently op-
positionist Partido Revoluciona-
rio Independiente. The radio-
newsoaper has been conducted
bv the antl government an-
nouncers, the Velasquez bro-
thers, Homero and Mario.
The closing of the stations,
located behind the Kodak store
on Central Avenue, was carried
out bv the police In the com-
pany of Engineers Prescott and
Valdes.
A Ministry of Government and
Justice spokesman said the or-
der was given because of nu-
merous complaints lodged a-
gainst the stations for faulty
eoulnment which resulted in in-
terference with other stations In
Panama City and also the Arm-
ed Forces station In the Canal
Zone.
Practice Air Alert
Set Tomorrow
A practice air alert Is being
held at Quarry Heights at 5 p.m.
tomorrow lt has been announc-
ed.
An orientation meeting Is to
precede the alert. The orienta-
tion, at the post theater, will
begin at 1:30 p.m.
On the other side of the Isth-
mus, it was announced today
that an air alert Is scheduled
for Fort Davis at 3:45 p.m.
Thursday.
Maurice Chevalier
Faces Canada Ban
MONTREAL, April 24 (UP)
French singer "Maurice Che-
valier, already refused a visa to
enter the United States, faces
the possibility of being denied
entiy to Canada.
He will be questioned by im-
migration authorities when he
arrives here tonight.
Denying Communist affilia-
tions, but admitting signing the
Stockholm Peace petition, Che-
valier said today as his ship ap-
proached here: "I signed the
petition in good faith, like mil-
lion* of other persons."
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Chinese Reds Tear Allied Line In Drive
May Call Ike
|To Testify On
McA Squabble
Breakthrough
Causes Retreat
Of UN Forces
TOKYO, April 24 (UP) Chinese Communists ripped
a 10-mile gap in the Allied lines in Korea today and sent
40,000 troops swarming south to points nearly 10 miles
below the 38th parallel.
The Red breakthrough threatened to cut the vital
Seoul-Chunchon supply highway west of Chunchon, isolat-
ing Allied forces on the East Central front.
On that front the Allies lost Inje during the day and
began a forced withdrawal from the Hwachon resevoir area.
The Reds are advancing by night and hiding from the
Allied Air Force by day.
Red troops from Inje began
trying to cut off the retreating
Allies pulling back from Hwachon
by driving, down to the highway
toward Chunchon.
Front line commanders rail
the situation was serious despite
terrible Communist losses run-
ning to 15,000 In the first 24
hours of the attack.
But they added: "We are going
to fight."
Intelligence officers say the
Red) are throwing everything
they have Into the breakthrough
on the central front. Including
cavalry.
The breakthrough developed
when South Korean defenders
broke and fell back, allowing the
Reds to swarm through and at-
tack the neighboring allied forc-
es on the flanks.
The Reds have rolled back the
United Nations line everywhere
along their 95-mlle offensive
front, but have paid a terrib.'e
price for their gains.
One report said Chinese sur-
vivors from an ambushed force
"slipped and slid" In puddles of
blood" as thev tried to remove
their 700 dead from the ambush
area.
Allied artillery was credited
with cutting down 8,000 to 9,000
as they surged south over ridges
and down mountain trails.
An unceasing aerial attack was1
kept upon the Reds.
Superforts blasted Red bridces
and potential airfields far behind
the fighting front.
Red aircraft have not appeared1]
over the battle area, but United
States Sabres shot down one
Mig-15 when 24 Sabres had a riog-
flgh1 with 20 Migs over north-
west Korea.
Balboa Tides
Wednesday, April 25,1951
High Low
6:06 r..m..............12:14 p.m.
6:22 p.m..............
3 Destroyers
Due Tomorrow
For Four Days
Three U.S. destroyers, Just re-
activated after having been with-
drawn from the "mothball fleet."
ara due in Balboa at 7 a.m. to-
morrow from Long Beach, CaM-
fornle, via Acapulco.
They will berth at Pier 2, Rod-
man, where they will spend the |
day. making the northbound
transit Thursday. On the Atlan-
tic Side the destroyers will doe*
at the Coco Bolo naval station
until Saturday when they clear
for Ouantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The destroyers are the US3
Picking (DD 685), the U8S Pres-
ton
fey (DD 724.) The Picking and
Preston are modified Fletch'-T
class destroyers of 2,050 tons and,
according to Jane's Fighting-
Ships, carry a complement of 353
officers and men. The Laffey is
a Sumner class destroyer, dis-
placing 2,200 tons and carrying,
agaai according to Jane's, a com-
plement of 350.
Commanding officer of the
USS Picking is Lt. Commander A.
C. Edwards, while the Preston is
commanded by F. D. Rilcy.
Commanding officer of the US3
Picking is Lt. Commander AC.
Edwards, while the Preston is
commanded by F. D. Rlley. Com-
manding officer of the Laffey has
not yet been reported here.
Officers and men will have lib-
erty or. both sides of the Isthmus.
Shebds Capital Discovered
By Wisconsin U. Expedition
CAIORE. Egypt, April 24 (UPi
An American expedition has
explored the traditional capital
of the Biblical Queen of Sheba
after penetrating a country of
blue-painted, long-haired Arab
tribesmen, lt was disclosed to-
day.
There at the southwest corner
of the Arabian peninsula the
expedition found a mammoth
dam. two templesone used bv
worshipers of the moonand
more than 600 alabaster statues.
The expedition found what
it believed to be the site of a '
beautiful ancient city which
Is to be explored later.
Prof. Burr Wendell Phillips of
the University of Wisconsin,
president of the American
Foundation for the"" Study of
Man, told of the find at a press
conference.
Phillips first visited King Saif
,A1 Islam Ahmad of Yemen, the
Arab state at the bottom of the
Red Sea and obtained his per-
mission to visit the areaMarlb.
about 80 miles east of the Yemen
capital of Sana. No archaeolog-
ical expedition had ever been
permitted there, he said.
"We had a difficult iournev
through the desert." Phillips
said. "Several thousand tribes-
men, inhabiting the old fortress
of Marlb. were told in advance
about our visit.as a matter of
safety.
"Armed to the teeth, with hair
down to their shoulders, man/
of them painted indigo blue, th9
tribesmen took some convincing
of our peaceful intentions." Phil-
lips continued. "But the arrival
of a representative of the Kimc
put everything right."
Marlb today consists of sev-
eral hundred acres of ruins In
various strata or levels, extend-
ing at least 60 to 70 feet deeu.
he said, on the site of a once
prosperous Biblical city.
Abauot 2'2 miles outside Marlb
the expedition found the ruins
of a gigantic dam. with a>
horizontal width of several miles.
Parts of the dam still stand 30
feet above ground.
"I know of no dam in the i
world today which is as ex- I
tensive." Phillips said.
One temple, the "Moon Tem-
ple," has beautiful square col-
umns about 30 feet high, on
which are inscriptions showing
that those who attended it were
moon worshippers, Phillips said.
The other temple was a big cir-
cular building, resembling ft
coliseum, with a series of monu-
mental inscriptions going all the
way around the wall. Phillips
said. In Marlb fortress the
statues were found, he said.
King Ahmad agreed that the
expedition should keep some uf
the antiquities. Phillips said, and
they will be sent to the Carnegie
Museum In Pittsburgh.


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Sunk
Confirmation that the small
coastal ship Galante had sunk
Saturday morning off Parida Is-
land was received yesterday af-
ternoon by telephone from Da-
vid. Confirmation came in a te-
lephone call from the vessels
owner, Joseph Campanelll, to the
shipping agency. Payne and
Wardlaw.
It had been reported earlier
thr.t Galante went down when
she was struck by lightning and
th?'. one man the ship's cook,
had been lost. Details were not
clarified in the telephone call.
The other five men aboard ara
safe. ,
Galante Was recently the object
of court action in the Canal Zone.
She was attached In two admir-
alty proceedings, one resulting
from unpaid handling charges
and the other for Indebtedness,
claimed by a crewman, agaiiK-t
the fchlp. .
Service Increased
An additional tourist flight is
being added to PAA's service be-
tween Panama and Miami Mav 1.
the airlines has announced. The
additional flight boosts the num-
ber wfekly to five and will oe
made nonstop.
Under the new s c h e d ule,
northbound nonstop clippers wli'.
leave Tocumen at 6:40 a.m. Sun-
days. Thursday and Saturdays
and reach Miami in approximate-
ly six hours. On Tuesdays and
Fridays the planes will stop en
route to Miami at Kingston and
Camaguey.
Southbound flights will oper-
ate Mondays. Thursdays and Fri-
days, nonstop and the Tuesday
and Saturday southbound flights
and Fridays, nonstop and the
Tuesday and Saturday south-
bound flights stop at Camaguey
and Kingston.
Vaention Over
Charles E. Hlgnett of Fernle's
Balboa office, is back at work
after a month's vacation in Cos-
ta Rica.
Cradled
The yacht Monsoon was finally
cradled yesterday. After an Im-
passe arose in which the Indus-
trial Bureau (ex-Mechanical Di-
vision) was unable to build the
cradle and could not allow out-
side workmen in its Balboa yards,
the cradle construction was turn-
pd over to Chris Skele. a retired
Mechanical Division employe.
(A spokesman for the Indus-
trial Bureau pointed out that the
Lf^Hv'.sion had-anamber at priority
jobs, that It was asked on a Wed-
nesday to do the Job the follow-
ing Saturday and did not have
the force available for the work.
The regulation against allowing
outside workmen in the yard Is of
long standing.)
The cradle was fitted onto the
Monsoon at the docks and she
was hoisted, with an Industrial
noisily in sleep 48 River islet
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had left earlier in the day by
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Cargo
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"Some time ago you wrote a-
bout the correct way to bid a
mistit hand." writes a Detroit
correspondent. "I believe your
point was that the smart plaver
quits before he gets too high.
Woula ynu make the same com-
ment on this hand?
"West opened the five of dia-
monds, dummy played the j ck,
but East covered with the queen
and South had to win with the
ace. Declarer decided that hi*
fifth spade might not be good,
and therefore ruffed it in dum-
my. He returned the king of
hearts from dummy and wet
took the ace.
"West continued diamonds,
dummy winning with the king.
Declarer cashed the ace of clubs
and ruffed a club with the eight
in order to gain the lead. He next
led the Jack of hearts, and West,
took the queen. West returned a
club, thus bringing South down
to only one trump. Since Wst
had two trumps, the contract
could not now be made.
"South tried for an even trump
break bv cashing the ten ol
hearts. This left West with a good
heart and a good club.
"At what point should North
and South have stopped bidding
so as to stay out of this doubtful
contract?"
The contract was difficult,
even doubtful, but I would not
call !t unsound. The North-South
hands were not a complete mis-
fit, and South should not have
felt disappointed at being In a
game contract. As a matter of
fact, he should have made his
game.
Coirect play is to win the open-
ing diamond lead In dummy with
the l:ln gof diamonds. The king of
hearts is then returned at once.
West takes the ace of hearts and
returns a diamond (as good a
lead as any to South's ace. South
then leads the jack of hearts,
knocking out West's queen.
West's best continuation 1 a
club, dummy winning with the
ace South then ruffs a club ro
regain the lead, but still has two
trumps with which to draw those
held by West. He can draw
trumps and run his top spaces,
fulfilling the game contract.
The big mistake in this hand
lay not-ln the bidding, but In the
play to the first trick. Declarer
must conserve entries to his own
hand in order to save his trumps.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 24. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Army, Navy, Air Force News
NEW WARRANT OFFICER at Albrook Air Force Base is for-
mer Master Sergeant Joseph C. Klettner (centn shown as
he was sworn In last week by Major Charles T. Coleman,
Adjutant General for the Caribbean Air Command while Col-
onel William M. Brown, Albrook base commander, looks on.
Klettner, whose home is in Wheeling. West Virginia, was for-
merly chief clerk In the office of t<-e deputy chief of staff,
personnel. In his new rank he will serve assistant adjutant
at Albrook.
(U.S. Air Force Photo)
'Operation Cracker To Test
Zone-Wide Canal Defenses
The Commander in Chief, Ca-
ribbean, Lt. General William H.
H. Morris, Jr., announced today
that a "Full Alert" wlll.be order-
ed in the near future to test
movement plans and deployment
plans of trie U.S. Armed Forces
in the Canal Zone, in a full dress
military exercise.
General Morris stated that the
exercise is named "OperaUon
Cracker." "We have devised a
field exercise Involving all Armed
Forces in the Canal Zone. Our
fontag will act upon order to ac-
complish missions which will be
assigned them in the course of
the exercise," he said.
"Operation Cracker." he said,
"may require that certain forces
move during the hours of dark-
ness to designated places. The
movements will be at night for
two reasons. The first is to min-
imize inconvenience to the civil
community and the second rea-
son it to provide night training
for our forces."
Commander Lyndon Goes
To Cruiser St. Paul
Completing a tour of shore
duty in the Canal Zone as War
Plans Officer for the 15th Naval
District. Commander Dennis C.
Lyndon. USN. will soon return
to service with the fleet as
Executive Officer of the cruiser
USS Saint Paul.
Commander Lyndon's replace-
ment. Commander Arnold H.
Newcomb, Is en route here from
the Naval Base at Bremerton,
Washington. Commander Lyn-
don and his wife, the former
Wmifred de Lorimier, and their
four children. Dennis C. Jr.,
Arthur, Mary, and Christopher.
will leave May 28 for Long
Beach, California, where the of-
ficer's family will reside during
his period of sea duty.
General Morris added tbat
training exercises will be con-
ducted from time to time. This
wiU be the first joint night op-
eration, wherein all three of
the Armed Services are parti-
cipating.
Operation Cracker comes on
the heels of the recent Army ma-
neuver in the Chepo Area.
In concluding the press query.
General Morris stated that Pan-
ama and Canal Zone police will
be requested to assist the mili-
tary in carrying out the night
movements during Cracker, and
he hopes that the people living
along convoy routes will not be
unduly concerned.
The press and radio are coop-
erating with Caribbean Com-
mand in order to notify as many
people as possible of the impend-
ing exercise.
ROTC Unit To Fire
Blank Ammunition
In Friday Class
The M-II class of Balboa High
School ROTC unit will hold an
additional class in Small Unit
Tactics on Friday, during the
hours 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.. 11:00 to
12:00 and from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m..
in the vicinity of the Adminis-
tration building.
Blank ammunition will be fir-
ed during these classes. Not more
th^n 6 rounds per class will be
fired.
'Slock Taking' Is
Keynote of Defense
Week Observance
A time to "take stock of the
strides made in the unity of ef-
fort and purposes of our Servic-
es" u the way the Secretary < 1
Defense. General George C.
Marshall, defines Armed Forces
Day. Saturday, May 19, the cli-
max of National Defense Week,
May 12-19, which is to be observ-
ed all over the world, wherever
Americans are congregated.
"It has been demonstrated,"
the Secretary continues, in a
statement received here by an-?
U.S. Army Caribbean, "that cur
land, sea and air forces have per-
formed as a great co-ordinated
tepm in Korea. In the present
buildup...the co-ordination of
the Services has been splendid.
"As a new Secretary of Defense,
I have been surprised and high-
ly gratified by the practical pro-
gress that has been made toward
genu:r.e, working unity."
General Marshall was Joined in
his endorsement of the coming
anniversary observance by the
Secretaries of the three Armed
Services and by their respective
Chiefs of Staff, as well as by
General Omar N. Bradley, Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs.
Patriotic, veteran, lndustr'al,
religious, women's and civic or-
ganizations, wherever the U.S
flag Is flown, are Joining to make
May 19 a memorable day.
Ths will be the second annual
Armed Forces Day, the first hav-
ing been observed May 20, 1950.
In previous years, each Individ-
ual service celebrated its own an-
niversary, but in keeping wiih
the rplrlt of unification, all now
Join n observing the third Satur-
day in May. May 19 was officially
proclaimed as the date for this
year by President Truman last
week.
Here in the Canal Zone, some
of the features being planned for
the week of May 12-19 are a
street dance in the Balboa Pra-
do, a Reserve Officers' dinner
and participation by the church-
es of the community, in addition
to displays of Armed Forces
equipment both on Armed Forces
Day and on previous days during
the week.
He's Wound Up
WAKEFIELD.Mass. (UP) -In-
creasing age forced a hobbyist
Manley B. Barber. 77, to give up
the dally winding of his collec-
tion of clocks. He has 100 of thsm.
Panama Students
Blow 'Shell Casing'
Bugles Army Gift
Noisier but happier are the
students of the newly-establish-
ed Justo Arosemena Vocational
School at Bella Vista followlna
the presentation last week of 30
I musical instruments by Colonel'
Edward T. Donahue. U. S. Army
Caribbean Chaplain. Chaplain
(Majori John J. Nagle and Sgt
Lester J. King.
Officials of the school wishing
to organize a drum and bugle
corps, and having but $250 to
spend, contacted the Army,'
Chaplain's office, which assist-
ed in the procurement of the
instruments. They included one
base drum, three snare drums.
12 bugles and six flair trumpets.
None of the instruments were
new except for the 12 bugles,
which were manufactured In
Japan from U.S. Army artillery
shell casings.
(NEATclephoto)
NEW YORK POURS OUT ITS HEARTAnd Manhattan pour-
ed out a blizzard of confetti, too, for General Douglas Mac-
Arthur's big welcoming parade. Here you're looking down
on the man-made snowstorm in Wall Street, a traditional
high-point in any New York parade. Arrow Indicates Mac-
Arthur's car.
Panam American's
Candidate Chosen
For Coln Queen
COLON, April 24 Chosen
last Saturday to be one of the
seven finalists for the title of
Queen of the Coln May Fair was
lovely Miss Virginia Rodriguez,
candidate of The Panam Am-
erican.Mlss Rodriguez was chosen
by a jury of five, in a secorfd
scrutiny held at the Atlantic
city's Monaco Garden.
The beautiful young lady will
be taking part next Saturday in
the third and final scrutiny,
when from among the seven re-
maining candidates the Queen
of the Fair will be elected by
popular decision.
The other six candidates elect-
ed by the Jury last Saturday
were: Miss Olga Leignadier, can-
didate of the Inter-American
Women's Club; Miss Nancy Bas-
so, candidate of El Pas; Miss
Margarita Barcenas, candidate
of the Military School at Fort
Gullck; Miss Gioconda Apolayo,
candidate of the Star It Herald;
Miss Thelma Castillo, candidate
of the Coln Lions Club; and
Miss Alicia Wong, candidate of
the Civic Society of Chiriqui.
Skin Sores
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CANASTA jjy
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
The proper method 9 scoring
at a Canasta tournament is
much the same as the scoring at
a bridge progressive. This brings
up a much debated question.
"Do vou count only your own
score, or do you count the dif-
ference between your score and
that of your oppnoents?"
Let's begin with fundamentals.
You're going to play against five
or six different sets of opponents
during the course of the evening.
You are provided with a tally
card, and you are supposed to
write down what happens
against each set of opponents
At the end of the evening a prize
is usually awarded to the play-
ers who have the best total score.
Now, suppose that vou and
your partner begin the evening
by scoring 4000 points while your
opponents score only 3000. Do
you get your 4000 pointsor do
you get only the difference of
1000 points?
Most social players like to
score the full 4000 points. In a
real tournament, however, you
would score only the different e
of 1000 points. Your opponents
would go forward to the next
round with a score of minus 1000
points.
The fairness of the real
tournament rule can be seen if
you imagine that at another
table the score is 4800 points Tor
one side and 4900 points for the
other side. If the full score is
carried forward, the loser at the
other table gets 4800 points for
losingwhile you get only 4000
points for winning at your table.
It must be unfair for a loser to
get a better score than a winner.
4.H.owfver, this is a question
that should be settled bv the
tournament director or by the
committee that sponsors the
tournament. If most of the play-
ers are "social" players and if
no serious claim to a champion-
ship Is made m the tournament,
there Is no harm in letting the
players score their full amounts.
If It's a serious tournament
however, the official rule should
be followed.
If the plus-and-minus rule 1
followed, lt la customary to set
a limit to the amount that can
be won In any single round. A
, limit of 3000 points is ample.
When the margin of victory In
any round is more than that,
only the limit of 3000 points Is
added to the score of the win-
ners. The losers, however, are
debited with the full amount of
their loss.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. APRIL 24, 1951
Favorite Giants Continue Their Losing Streak
Cards Nip Reds: Dodgers
Edge Braves In Thriller
Bv UNITED PRESS
By United Press
NEW YORK, April 24 Despite homers by Jack
Lohrke and Bobby Thomson, the skidding Giants bowed,
before the Phillies 8-4 in a Philadelphia night game. Jocko
Thompson was given a chance to start by Manager Eddie
Sawyer and came through with his first victory of the
campaign.
Harrv Brechecn hurled the' score and drag the ame eleven
Cardinals to a 2-1 triumph over' Innings more.
Uk Reds I a St. Louis night i Andy Palfco doubled with two
t-onlelt Veteran Ken Raf lens- out in the ninth to drive home
berger 'suffered his .econd set- the winning run as the Cubs
ack of the season. Connie defeated the Pirates 2-1 at Chi-
R van's second Inning homer ac- > cago and Dutch H Her edged
counted lor the Reds lone run. Mel Queen hi another fine pitch-
The Dodgers edged the Braves lug battle.
2-1 In a gruelling 16-lnnlng | .
battle at Ebbets Field which was' Queen struck out nine In de-
derided when Carl Furlllo. who feat and gave up only five hits
had won Sunday's ten-inning to eight for Hlller. The Cubs'
came with a homer against the! Bill Serena clouted a round-
Oiaius. connecteda single with tripper.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Vic Wertz blasted a three-run
went to third as the Brakes Tiers a 7.4 ivctory over I he
Qene Mauch made an error^oa ^ Herben
grounder bv pinchhitter Eddie ^rne(J Wg flrst vlc,orv o lhe
season, In ^eight-hitter.
The Tigers Myron Ginsberg
also homered.
Once more Mickey Mantle
was the show at Yankee
Stadium as the Yankees
edged the Athletics 5-4 at
the Stadium. He hit three
singles to set the pace fur
V I c Raschi's six-hitter.
Athletics' pinchhitter Lou
I.imnirr made it close with
a two-run homer in the
ninth. i
No other games were sched-
uled.
Symposium Wins
Jamaica Feature
two. out to score Billy Cox.
Cox had led off with a single
and after being sacrificed, he
Miksis.
Braves pitcher Warren
Spahn went the route while
(he Dodgers used three
hurlers Joe Hatten. who
lolled eleven-and-one-third
innings. Err Palica and
Clyde Kin.
The Braves took a one-run
lead in the third on Ray Muel-
lers double. Buddy Kerr's single
a^ri a eroundball bv Sppfin in
Which Gil Hodges unsuccessfully
Uifcd tO peg Mueller at home-
plate. Hodges got even with a
homer in the fifth to tie the
Ex-Zone Leaguers
Starring In Majors v
Bob Young and Lou Sleater.
former Cristobal Mottas players,
are now starring with the St
Louts Browns of the American
League.
Last Sunday Sleater dropped
a Tieart -breaking 4-3 decision to
the Cleveland Indians Sunday.
He gave up seven hits as com-
pared to eight allowed bv his
Pearl Trim
Equals Summit
Course Record
In the P. W. G. A. monthlv
tournament which was held at
Summit Hills, Mrs. Pearl Trim,
one of the leading golfers of the
Isthmus, breezed around her
home course ln 76 strokes to tie
the course record which is cui-
rentlv held by Miss Virginia
Keenan. When all the blows were
added up, this is the way the
score card read: '.
Hole 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 9Tot.
Par 54435344 335
Trim 4 5 5 4 5 3 4 3-39
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1* 18Tut.
54435344 3-35-70
5 4 5 4 5 3 4 4 3-37-78
In tieing the course record,
Mrs. Trim'walked away with the
Low Gross honors of the day.
Spot prizes and the rest of
the prizes were as follows:
Best 9 holes 37 P. Trim
Birdies 2'Mr. Taylor
Worked hardest on 18 holes
M. Uhrlng.
Worked hardest on 5 (10)
W. Sealy.
1st Low Net (58>S. Hipsosi.
2nd Low Net (63 > E. Mathle-
B3rd Low Net (64)D. Corsale.
4th Low Net (65> M. Davlcb-
son.
5th Low Net (691-E. Kenna.
6th Low Net (70)-M. Taylor.
W. Lavers".
7th Low Net (71>G. Morris.
M. Hammond, 8. Carpenter, M.
White. P. Marsh.
8th Low Net (72)E. Judson,
j D. LaCrolx. .
9th Low Net (73) 3. Home.
! A. Allnut. W. Walters.
10th Low Net i74)L. Rey-
nolds. M. Spagna.
11th Low Net 177)R.Daniels.
NEW YORK. April 24 iUP>
The odds-on favorite, "Sym-
posium." won the featured Quel
Jeu Purse at Jamaica yesterday
after giving Jockey Ted Atkin
son a few anvlous moments.
Symposium took the lead In
the six furlong New York fea-
ture at the far turn, then wenv
wide on the turn and lost con-
d bv httjWiae on tne turn
oSponen't.MTke Oarcla. Onlv one -Iderable ground
Oi the four Cleveland runs was I Atkinson straightened
earned. Lou also struck out five
6d walked eight.
Young teamed with Sleater to
account for half of the Browns'
hits. Bob got two doubles ln five
tros lo the plate while Sleater
bfnged out a trirjle and single.
Young Is defending the second
sack for the Browns, the same
position he once played for Cris-
tobal.
. Sym-
posium away, but the four-venr-
old gelding bore in sharply and
the jockey had to pull him
straight again.
Despite this zig-zag ride. Sym-
posium ran the six furlongs ln
one minute and 12 seconds. He
won bv a length and one halt
over "Mighty Quest." "Deep
Blue" ran third. Symposium Daid
three-20. two-30 and two-30.
Hoop Officials
To Hold Meeting
Thursday Evening
All persons interested ln bas-
ketball officiating are urged to
attend the next meeting of the
local Basketball Officials Asso-
ciation which will be held Thurs-
day 7:30 at the Fort Clayton
Service Club.
Plans are being made by the
Association to conduct a re-
i feree's clinic. All members should
attend ln order to discuss new
rules changes a well as rules
Interpretations.
This meeting should be Inter-
esting not only to persons in-
terested in officiating but also
to coaches, players and specta-
tors alike.
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A NSTL HOOOCT ME'AKtO ISPtClALlY K* INFANT OIN
BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY Is awarded to Chief
Henry A. "Red"-Boucher, manager of the Albrook Flyers by
Brig. Gen. Francis A. March, chief of Staff US Army Carib-
bean. Major Earl Leaser, right, is Personnel Services officer
at Albrook. The Albrook Flyers, piloted by Red Boucher,
swept the championship of both the SVOP and USARCARIB
leagues and won the Canal Zone Interservlce championship
for the second straight year.
(Photo by Albrook Photo Lab.l.
National League American League
Teams W L Pet. Teams
Brooklyn ....
Chicago ....
Pittsburgh .
Boston.....
Philadelphia .
St. Louis ....
New York .
Cincinnati .... 15 .167 St. Louis
W L Pet.
5 1 .833 1 .833
4 1 .80) 1 .800
3 2 .667 Washington 4 1 .800
4 4 .500 New York 4 2 .667
1 3 .500 3 .500
1 2 .500 4 .333
2 e .250 Philadelphia 1 6 .143
TODAYS GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn
New York at Philadelphia (Nl
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Cincinnati at St. Louis
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
7 2
Boston:
001 000 000 000 000 01
Brooklyn.
000 010 000 000 000 12 12 1
Spahn '0-2i and Mueller,
Cooper.
Hatten. Palica. King (1-0) and
Campanella.
1 6 .143
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Celeveland
St. Louis at Detroit
Washington at Boston
Philadelphia at New. York
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Plummer, Evans
In Final Phase
Of Training
Lanky Federico Plummer and
Kid Evans today entered the
final phase of their training
program for their clash Sundav
night at the Panama Olympic
Stadium in a 15-round battle for
the featherweight champion-
ship of the Isthmus.
Interest in this contest is high.
Though both boys have long
been among the top 126-pound- \
ers in the country, this will be
their first meeting.
Plummer briefly held the,
featherweight crown before los-
ing it to Stanley McKay by a
knockout in Colon. In that bout:
Flummer'g jaw was broken. I
However, he is completely re-1
covered now and has already j
chalked up two impressive win!
since then. __
lighting in the lightweight
division where most observers I
believe he belongs Plummer
put Kid Allen to sleep In six
rounds. He scored an easy ten-
roimtl decision over a washed-
np Miguel Acevedo his next time
out.
Plummer made 182 against
Allen and he was beautiful and
effective piece of fighting mach-
inery. Against Acevedo he made
128 and appeared listless at
times. His punches seemed to
have no sting or power against
the Cuban.
The main question In thii
bout is whether Plummer will be
strong enough at 126 pounds to
hurt Evans or even to stand
up under Evans devastating
punches.
Evans, rated more a puncher
than a boxer, has improved
greatly since veteran trainer
Aubrey Woodruff took him under
his wing. Evans earned the right
to this title bout by scoring a
clear-out victory over Kid Cho-
colate II in an elimination bout.
Sammy Medina and Svlvester
Wallace were also listed as con-
tenders in the elimination but
have been sidestepped to allow
Plummer the chance due to his
greater drawing power and
popularity. >
Sunday night's program will
be rounded out a six-round
semifinal and two four-round
preliminaries. Unbeaten Lionel
Peralta takes on Joe Allen at
six-rounds in a 135-pound
match. The sensational Peralta
is expected to make short work
of his opponent.
James Milton meets Young
Robinson at 126 pounds in one
prelim while K. O. Lester takes
on Manuel Aguirre at 135 in the
other contest.
U.S.A., Russia Post Nine
Of Ten New World's Records
Accepted Officially Today
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By United Press
The United States and Russia
have posted nine of the 10
world's records accepted today
bv the International Amateur-
Athletic Federation.
The American starswho set
six of the new recordswere
Jim Fuchs, Dick Attlesey, George
Rhoden. arid Mai Whltfleld.
Fuchsa former Yale Univer-
sity standoutbroke the old
standard for the 16-pound shot
three .times last year, and all
were listed as new marks by the
Federation.
The 1950 N-C-A and National
A-A-U Champ set an all-time
high of 58 feet io-and-one-half
inches last August in Sweden.
The Federation also recognized
two other 1950 heaves by Fuchs
one of 58-feet-elght-and-one-
half inches, and the other
of 58 feet-flve-and one half
inches.
Fuchs Is the only man ever to
toss the 16-pound shot 58 feet,
more than once. His new marks
wiped out the old record of 58
feet-and-three-eights of an inch
set bv Chuck Fonville of Michi-
gan in 1948.
Attleseya former Southern
California star was credited
with a new record of 13-and-
New York, but has failed to re-
gain that form, winding up
eighth In both the Experimental
Number Two, and the Wood
Memorial.
one-half seconds for the 120-
yard high hurdles. The U-8-0
track ace won 40 straight high
hurdles events last year, and set
his mark In a trial heat at tho
West Coast Relays last spring.
His time bettered the world,
mark set by Harrison Dillard,
America's 100-meter Olympic
champion in 1948.
i Rhodenof Morgan State Col-
legeset the new 400-meter
mark in a meet at Sweden. His
45-and-elght-10th seconds was
one-10th of a second better than
the time posted by Herb Mc-
Kenlev in 1948.
The Federationmeeting ln
Londonalso credited Whltfleld
with a record perfomance at
880-yards. Whltflelda United
Slates Air Force aerial gunner
equalled the one mlnute-49-
and-two-lOth seconds mark set
by Sidney Wooderson back ln
1938.
Russian athletes were award-
ed three of the four new wo-
men's world records. There were
no records accredited to Rus-
sian men.
The Russian women set re-
cords ln the 800-meter run. the
800-meter relay, and the 24-
hundred meter relay.
The 10th record to go into the
books was oosted bv a Swedish
woman athlete in the 880-yard
run. She set the mark ln 1945,
bnt It wasn't accepted until to-
day.
Riding High!
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Phila. 200 000 0024 8 0
New York 020 002 lOx5 13 0
Brlssle 0-2> Wyse and Tipton.
Raschl (2-0) and Berra.
Pittsburgh 100 000 0001 8 0
Chicago 000 010 0012 5 0
Queen (0-11 and McCullough.
Hlller '2-0' and Walker.
(NIGHT GAME i
Philadelphia 8
New York 4
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St. Louis 2
Cincinnati 1
AROUND AGAIN
HAMILTON. N. Y.. (NBA..
Paul Bixler Is starting his fifth
season as Colgate's head football
coach.
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No other games scheduled.
Uncle Millie May
Not Start In Derby
NEW YORK, April 24 (UP)
The winter book favorite for me
Kentucky Derby. Uncle Miltle,-'
may miss the classic for three-
year-olds. Trainer Andy Colan-
do says the colt is about 50
pounds underweight. Unless he
makes back that poundage, he'll
be withdrawn from the Derby.
If Uncle Miltle falls to come
back, he'll be given a short rest,
and then pointed for the Preak-
ness Stakes May 19 at plmlico.
Uncle Miltle beat some top Der-
by ellglbles two weeks ago at
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TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE FIVE '
f^acihc Society
Be 96, &/lo. JJmfku 3,1 2.1336
MR. AND MRS. OTIS MAXWELL RAMEY, JR., who were mar-
ried early this month at a twilight ceremony at the W. H.
Of den home in Corpus Christ!. Teias. She Is he former Miss
Barbara Boyer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Boyer,
of Balboa. Mr. Ramey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Max-
well Ramey, also of Balboa.
For her wedding, the bride wore a white cashmere suit,
with a white cloche hat and Tell. Her corsage was of white
orchids. Mrs. Langston Crlder was matron of honor and Mr.
Crlder waa best man. Following the reception, the couple
went on a wedding trip to Monterrey. They will live in Cor-
pus Christi, where the groom is stationed with the Navy.
DAUGHTER OF NICARAGTJAN AMBASSADOR AND
MRS. SANCHEZ MARRIED LAST EVENING IN PANAMA
At eight o'clock last evening in Cristo Rey Church, Pa-
nama, Miss Maria Ernestina Sanchez, daughter of the Nica-
raguan Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Eloy Sanchez, be-
came the bride of Teddv Galen Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert G. Keller of Efflngham, Illinois. The Reverend Fa-
ther Serrano officiated and the blessing was pronounced by
Monseor de Paulo Bernier, Charge d'Affalres of the Holy
A profusion of white lilies from Costa Rica decorated the
candlellghted church. The nuptial music was played by the
cnurch organist.
Sponsors of the wedding in-
cluded the President of Nicara-
gua and Mrs. Anastasio Somoza,
who were represented by Colonel
and Mrs. Jose Antonio Remon:
the Minister for Foreign Rela-
tions and Mrs. Carlos N. Brin, the
Ambassador of Peru and Dean cf
the Diplomatic Corps. Dr. Emilio
Ortiz de Zevallos, Mrs. Sanchez,
the Minister of El Salvador and
Mr:;. Joaqun Valdes, the Minis-
ter of Honduras and Mrs. Marco
A. Raudales Planas, the Chatg
d'Affalres of the United States
Embassy and Mrs. Murray M.
Wise the Charge d'Affalres of the
COSta Rican Embassy and Mrs.
Gerardo Jimenez and Captain
Colon Eloy Alfaro. former Am-
bassador of Ecuador to Panama
and the United States and Mrs.
AKaro.
The bride, given In marriage by
her father, was gowned in fine
white lace and nylon tulle. Her
gown was made with a High -.eck.
lone lace sleeves, a fitted bodice
and a bouffant skirt with a ful!
length train. Her veil of tulle was
hell In place with orange blos-
soms and she carried white rose".
and orange blosoms.
Mrs. Noel de Rodriguez was t he-
matron of honor and the brides-
maids were the Misses Rosario
Ortiz de Zevallos, Juliana Maria-
nl, Patricia Porter and Edelmira
Valdes. They wore bouffant gowns
of tulle In pale shades of blue,
green, violet and rose and car-
ried pink rosebuds. The grooms-
men were Ricardo Brln. Manuel
Hidalgo, Jr., Marco Raudales, Jr.
Julio A. Lopez Munlz. Jr., and
Norman A. Vlena. Deyanlra Ara-
e Arguellos was the tralnbeanv.
Jo.-.e Eloy Sanchez Arguellos, the
rlngbearer and the flower girls
were Marcela and Angelica Po-
rras.
After the ceremony Ambassa-
dor and Mrs. Sanchez gave a re-
ception at the Embassy on 51st
Street In Bella Vista. The bride's
mother waa gowned in grey lace
and her corsage was of orchids.
Mrs. Keller wore periwinkle blue
lace with a corsage of pink rose-
buds.
Mr. Keller and his bride have
gone to Costa Rica on a weddin
trip. They will return to Panama
for a stay of several months be-
fore golqg to Illinois to make
their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Keller, parents
of the bridegroom, who have been
at Hotel El Panama for the past
two weeks, are leaving by air-
plane Wednesday for their home.
Bridal Shower
Honors Miss Curie*
Miss Coila Goodin and Miss
Margaret Ryter gave a tea and
miscellaneous shower Sunday af-
ternoon at the home of Miss
Goodln's parents In Gamboa ?o
Miss Edna Curies who it to be
married early in May to Clyue
Bain. Their guest list included 20
of Miss Curies' intimate friends.
Mrs. Ralph Curies, mother of
the bride-elect, presided at the
tea table. The hostesses were as-
sisted by their mothers, Mrs. Ma-
rlon J. Goodin and Mrs. Clifton
W. Ryter and by Mrs. Marvin
Baa'on and Mrs. C. A. Herring.
Mrs. Eaton Honored by
M-. nr.d Nn Hoelile
Mr. and Mrs. William o. Hoel-
t>aiooa entertained at the
Wes. Bank Navy Officers Club,
Saturday evening, honoring Mrs.
Edwin Eaton who Is leaving on
vacation for the States.
The guests were: Captain and
Mrs G. Fish, Captain and Mrs.
O. L. Carlson, Commander and
Mrs. W. W. Winters, Lt. and M>3.
W. Little, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bush,
Mr. and M:. E. Altman, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Hoseman and Mr. Edwin
Eaton.
Dinner at Hotel El Panama
Miss Irene Ange of Diablo
Heights and Miss Marilyn Slsson
of Balboa had as their dinner
guests Saturday night at Hotel ill
Panama, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sis-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Carpenter.
Bon Voyage Party
Miss Allison Davidson enter-
tained a group of her young
friends at a dinner party Satur-
day evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Da-
vidson of the 15th Naval District.
The occasion was to honor Ed-
dy Eaton who Is leaving on vaca-
tion next week with -his mother.
Invited to the party were the
Miss?., Cynthia Orr. Angela Val-
entine, Janls Cauthern, Alice
Tim3. June Lewis, Jean Kelly. Su-
nn Hale and Olorla Rinker. Mes-
srs David Forman, Jimmy Mc-
Keown, David Pace. Bily Green,
Tommy Hae, Jon Broderlck, Jerry
Nash and Joe Cicero.
Birthday Luncheon
for Ceciia Maduro
Mr. and Mrs. Oswad Maduro
gave a unchen Saturday at their
home In Las Cumbres for their
daughter, Cecilia, on her seventh
birthday, entertaining a few of
her neighbors and classmates.
Sailing Tomorrow
Mrs. Lewis B. Moore of Balboa
Heights and her sister, Mrs.
Bronson Rigby of Balboa, are ex-
pected to sail for the Isthmus to-
morrow on the S8 Ancon from
New York.
Visitors In Colon
Mr. end Mrs. Asger Kierulff of
Panama City and Mr. and Mrs.
William Robert Byrd of Las
Cumbres were In Colon Saturday
night for the dinner which Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ullrich gave in
celebration of the 51st anniver-
sary of their wedding.
Reception Tonight
at Union Church
The Balboa Union Chinch
Council is sponsoring a reception
to be held tonight from 7:30 to
9:30 In the Church Parlors In
honor of the new Minister, the
Rev. A. H. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw.
All friends of the Church are in-
vited.
Luncheon at
Hotel El Panama
Several wives of United States
Embassy Officers had luncheon
together yesterday at Hotel El
Panama. Covers were laid for \.
A.S.C.E. Dinner Dance
Saturday Night
Members of the American So-
ciety of Civil Engineers and their
ladles are holding their annual
cocktail-dinner-dance Saturday
evening at the Union Club In Pa-
nama.
Installation Dinner Dance
at Fort Kobbe
On Saturday evening the Fort
Kobbe N.C.O. Wives held their in-
I stallatlon dinner and dance )n
i their clubrooms at the N.C.O.
; Club Covers were laid for 42.
Chaplain Ahrend installed thf
new officers who are: Mrs. Le-
Roy McCracken, president; Mrs.
Alberto Batolomei. vice-presi-
dent ; Mrs. John Kerner, secreta-
ry; and Mrs. William Mathes who
is serving her second term as
treasurer. Retiring officers wcic:
Mrs. Bruce Rawls. president. Mrs.
Peter Zanls, vice-president; and
Mrs. Charles Ratlner, secretary.
All of the officers were given cor-
sages by the club.
Mr. Wright Guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell
David E. Wright. Attache of
the United States Embassy in
Cos! a Rica, arrived by airplane
Monday for a short stay In "an-
ana. He Is the guest of the At-
tache of the Embassy In Panama
and Mrs. William B. Caldwell.
DAG MAR.
NEW SHIPMENT
OF
ORIGINAL JEWELRY
HANDMADE BY
STIGBERT
OF
SWEDEN
Tivoli Ave. No. 6 Telephone 2-0170
Dover Road Opens
Tomorrow Evening
"The Dover Road." Theater
Guild Comedy, will open tomor-
row evening at 8 at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse Theater.
Theic will also be a performance
at the same time Thursday even-
ing.
Evening Guild
Meets Tonight
An important meeting of the
Evening Guild will be held to-
night in Bishop Morris Hall of
St. Luke's Cathedral. Ancon. All
members are urged to be present.
Nurses Association *
to Meet May 2 ,
Th3 next meeting of the Isth-
mian Nurses' Association will ce
held at the J.W.B. Wednesday
evening, May 2, at 7:30.
Farewell Party
for Mi Young
Honoring Miss Betty Young,
program director of the Balboa
YMCA for the past two years. Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Stevens held an
open house on Monday evening,
at their quarters on Morgan Ave.
Miss Young sails on the Panama
Line next Friday, en route to her
home at Amherst. New Hamp-
shire.
A vraduate of Mt. Holyoke Col-
lege with several years teaching
experience. Miss Young entered
U.8.O. work during the late war
She remained with the YMCA
and rerved at the Charleston
Branch in Boston before coming
ic Isthmus. During her
oeer she has made a wide circle
jf friends and has headed up an
Panama Teachers Due Home
From Study At Texas SCW
The group of 12 Panam school
teacners from the Interior who
have been spending their "sum-
mer" vacation at Texas State
College For Women under the
volunteer guidance of Dr. and
Mrs. William O. Campbell, will
be home Saturday.
A letter from Mrs. Campbell,
who with her husband is a for-
mer teacher at the National Uni-
versity of Panam, informed The
Panam American today that
they will arrive via Braniff Air-
ways at 10:30 pjn. The Camp-
bells will be with them.
Mrs. Campbell's letter says In
part: v
active program at the Balboa
"Y."
Her personal Interest In flow-
ers of the tropics led her to seek
the help of Mrs. Pat Morgan in
the series of popular flower ar-
rangement classes which have
been held at the YMCA. Recent-
ly 790 men and women of the
Canal Zone and Panama attend-
ed the flower show which was the
culmination of the eight weeks
session of the flower classes. At-
tending the open house for Miss
Young were the following: Bis-
hop R. H. Gooden. Chaplain W.
W. Winter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wen-
dell Greene. Mr. and Mrs. F. II.
Irwln.Mr. and Mrs. Pat Coakley,
Mr. pnd Mrs. John Kromer, Mr.
and Mrs. David Westman, Rah-
bl and Mrs. Nathan Wltkln, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. 81ebellnk. Miss
Lveme Fong, Mrs. Lena Haa3,
Mrs. Effle McGlade. Mr. Wei ton
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Piper, Chaplain and Mrs. Frank
Wiley Mrs. Judie Dickerson, Mr.
T. F Hotz. Mr. and Mrs. John
P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8111.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard De-
marest and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
L. Piper.
"We can't begin to tell you
what a success the whole experi-
ment has been. We are, to say he
least, more than pleased with
the results of this semester, and
now hope to bring a much larger
group next year.
"The girls have worked like
troopers, have made a real name
for themselves, have been receiv-
ed everywhere with open arms
and attended more receptions,
teas, banquets and the like than
they ever knew existed.
"They, with our help, have put
no Innumerable programs of na-
tive songs and dances in native
costume, for all the clubs of lm-
fiortance here, some stage per-
ormances, some performances
In other towns and cities near
here, including a half-hour tele-
vision show. Dr. Campbell ac-
companies this with a lecture
beforehand, and some explana-
tions about the girls and what
they are doing here.
"The result has been to spread
a little knowledge about Panam
to people who had never heard
of the place before!
"We have also taken the girls
on innumerable educational ex-
cursions to schools, rural and
city, to the Fort Plant In Dallas,
to various Institutions and hos-
pitals, and will Include a stop off
at Austin to visit the captol, the
University, and several of the
state institutions before we head
back.
"The girls have earned from
13 to 15 University credits here,
and go back with a feeling of a
full summer well spent, and leav-
ing everyone here with a real
desire to have them all back
again. We'll bring some of the
many newspaper spreads
articles and pictures that have
appeared and In the Dallas and
Fort Worth paoers. so that you
can have a look at them. I be-
lieve you will be Interested."
^Mtlanlic ~2)ocLeti
&>* 195, QtM D*Lfk Qmlmm 37&
*& $AVE SAVE SAVE
~V during Felix's great
ANNUAL SALE
SALE STARTS Saturday April 28th
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Main Store 21 Central Avenua
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS WEICH, above, after their marriage
on Friday evening, April 20 at the American Episcopal Church
of Our Saviour. Mrs. Welch is the former Miss Arden Arm-
strong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Armstrong of Mar-
garita. Mr. and Mrs. Welch will be at home In Quarters 15,
Apartment "A" New Cristobal.
Girls' State
Board Meeting
There will be a board meeting
of the executive board for th-
Girls' State at Margarita ClUb-
! house at 7 p.m. today.
Mrs. Lois Magner will preside.
Mr. and Mrs. Canavagglo
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canavagijio
lentartalned with a cocktail sup-
per party In the lounge of the
I Hotel Washington last evening I o
celebrate their 16th wedding an-
niversary.
Paims and tropical greenery
were used to decorate the large
room with hydrangeas and other
flower.
Their guests were: Captain and
Mrs. Robert S. Bertschy, Colonel
and Mrs. James E. Bowen. Jr, Dr.
and Mrs. Harry Eno, Mr. and Mrs.
William Adams, Captain and
Mrs L. L. Koepke. Mr. and Mrs.
. ...r lick. Mr. and Mr.
Jashwood Darling, Captain and
Mrs. Robert Fahle, Dr. and Mrs.
Sum Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cel Orlngolre. Captain Francis L.
Busey. Captain and Mrs. Sam L.
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Tnelo-
marck. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
'Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kelly.
Colonel and Mrs. James Pumpei-
ly. Dr. and Mrs. Rafael DeBoyi '*.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Rlefkoh:,
Mr. and Mrs. William B. MlddlF-
, mas Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Glider,
i Mr, and Mrs. Albert Motta, Mr
and Mrs. Eustace Lee. Miss
Thelina Godwin, Miss Adamnry
Anderson, Miss Thora BaudlU c.
Miss Dorothy Henry, Miss Hope
Menendez. Miss Betty Lempke,
Mrs Elsie M. 8klllman, Mrs. M.
J. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. James .
Dorow, and from Panama City:
Dr. and Mr*. John Canavagglo,
Mrs. Pascal Canavagglo, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Nev.land. Mr. an I
Mrs. John W. Shaw and Mr. *nd
Mrs. Raymond Rose of San Jote.
Costa Rica.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
NIGHT. John Murray. 22. of
Rodman, formerly of Waverlv,
III., to DORWRT, Marjori*
Jean. 20, also of Waverly.
Births
GIVAN8, Mr. and Mrs. Theo-,
philus C. of Silver City, daugh-
ter, April 19. Colon Hospital.
ROOK. Mr. and Mrs. Israel. Of
Silver City, daughter, April 1
Colon Hospital.
VENNER, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred,
of Cativa, daughter, April 20,
Colon Hospital.
BETHANCOURT. Mr. and Mrt.
Pedro, of Gamboa, son, April 20,
Gorgas Hospital.
CHESTNUT. Mr. and Mrs. W.
D, of Curundu, son, April 20,
Gorgas Hospital.
THOMPSON, Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin, of Colon, daughter. April
21. Gorgas Hospital.
CORONADO. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fonso, of Panama, son, April 21.
Gorgas Hospital.
STOCK. Mr. and Mrs. William,
of Curundu. son, April 21, Gor-
gas Hospital.
BUDARRA. Mr. and Mrs. Juan,
of Panama, son, April 22, Gorgas
Hospital.
Want to sleep
like a baby? -j
V Put some POSTUM in cup
V add hot water or milk X,"m
V and you'll have a delicious bar-
rage, free of stimulant, whiofc
will halp you to enjoy a raatful,
soothing sleep.
Oat POSTUM today and try HI., .
TOE BALLET TAP
Why give your child dancing lessons !
Here are 3 important reasons and answers.
1. To cultivate and develop the natural ability of those
with Inborn talentsTomorrow's Dancers.
2. To help those who may be naturally awkward, stiff,
backward and shy by giving them the proper exer-
cises suited to their specific needs.
3. To give pleasure In general by assisting their phys-
ical development and adding poise and grace much
needed In every day Hie.
Register now with DOROTHY CHASE
Call Balboa 1751
Classes will be'taught all thru the Summer.
Leonard H. Stark
To Be Fare welled
Al Cristbal Friday
CRISTOBAL. April 24A fare-
well party will be given next
Friday evening at the Cristobal |
Boat Club for Leonard H. Stark.
well-known Industrial Bureau
employe.
"On the Seven Seas and In
many ports of the world are
merchantmen who have had the
i good fortune to have him, as
; Foreman Pipefitter, supervise
I their repairs or Installations and
I who greatly appreciate and
| praise his superior judgment
i and workmanship," one of his
i friends said of him this week.
Stark, known as "Spider," was
born in Missouri, came to the
Canal Zone Jan. 20. 1919. to In-
stall an ammonia system for the
Building Division. When his
work was completed there he
was transferred to the Mech-
anical Division's pipe shop.
He was awav from the Isth-1
mus for almost six years, from
September, 1921. to July. 1927,'
but since the latter date has
been employed continuously In
the Mechanical Division, now
the Industrial Bureau. He has j
served In all capacities In the
Pipe Shopfrom Pipelitter to
Acting Master.
fyou add ckaim fryouA, Asme/
DON'T DEPRi VE YOURSELF
OF THE PLEASURE OPHAVING
LOVELV PljRNlTUCE
Jli 4tt fin onty 12 M ~~*
CASH CREDIT CLUB PLA Nl
DAGMAli
SALE
MECHANICAL
METAL
TOYS
A
N
D
CHILDREN'S FURNITURE
Tivoli Ave. No. 6 Telephone 2-0170
Rio Abajo Meeting Is
O'led Bv Local 900
Local 900 of The Govern-1
mentand Civic Employes Organ-
izing Commlttee-CIO In Its or-
ganization program has urged
all local rate and civilian em-,
ployes of the Panama Canal an! j
Armed Services residing In the!
Rio Abajo district to a sDecial
meeting which will be held 7:30
p. m. Thursday at the Nazarene!
School 9th street Rio Abajo.
FOR BABY'S
TENDER SKIN!
furNI
;ntralave.at2iste.st. phones: 2-133C
& 2-1833
Uta Johmon's Baby Powder after
baths, at diaper changes, and in be-
tween times, too. It
soothesprotects!
KSr FO IMY...
erro you^\
u.
MWKI
0?win!uO|ln*uKk.|U..||.S.*-
At aalh lime, wash bby *i'h |intle,
frajrant Johnson-! Baby Soap. Ask
for it today! ^^^^^^^^
* GAv uifcu* or
FRENCH GIFTS
Crystal
Perfumes
Dinnerware
GIFT SHOP

16 Tivoli Avenue Panam
(Opposite Ancon Playahed)
Festiv, Flavorful...
JELL-O Tapioca Pudding Joys I
It fun to deck out a quick Jell-O deeeert!
Try Vanilla Tapioca Pudding with banaa*
licei. Orange Coconut with drained
orange action. Chocla* with chopped
nuU. What lovely deeeert could be aim-
pier? Get eome today!


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Minimum for
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word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.
Phone 2-2291
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
Parque de Until
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 fourth ot July Ara.
Phone 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
W 059 Melendei Air
Phone 755 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No 55 Weal 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 53 H" Street Panam
No I2.IT Central A>e. Cote*
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
COPPER
WILL BE HARDER TO GET.
We still have it in
ROLLS
SHEETS
TUBES
PIPES
FITTINGS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ave.Tel. 3-014
NOTICE
We wish to Inform the public that ntir
UPHOLSTERING AND SLIPCOVER
SHOP-SHOWROOM is REOPENING
at our new address: No. 77 National
Ave (Jose Fsco. de la Ona) New
telephone Panam 3-4628.
A. Herea.
CALIFORNIA
Liquid Fertilizer
No Dirt No Dust No Odor
Contains Nitrogen. Potash
and Phosphoric Acid.
Recommended for
SHRUBS LAWNS TREES
Now available In pinta
and gallons at all
TROPIDURA Paint Stores
ROPIDURA
The Best for Less
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES sfc ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factorv Prices.
Porras
Plata 5 de Ma.vo
Panam. R. P.
Just Received
4STRATOFLAME'
BUTANE-GAS
LIGHTERS
$7.95
(JoatELfiG
* Sth of May Plaza
^seV
LUlftBtR
BUILDING
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Joan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
wrn, POLAROID
Jafut CAMERA
, Too enap the ahutter then lift out
. jrour Sniihed. permanent picture
unnuU later. Yea. if a aa >r>ple aa
that to uac the amaaing new Polaroid
Camera. No liquida, no dark room...
no fuaa ... the film makea the picture
automatically aa you advance II for
the aeat shot. See it to action at
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: CHEVROLET Vi ton
Pickup 1949, excellent condition.
5 speed transmission, undercooted.
overlood springs, heavy duty reot
bumper, heoter. Phone Novy Poci-
fic 3758.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nosh Stotesmon,
4-door Sedan with radio, seat co-
vers, weather-eye heater and de-
froster. Reasonable pnce. Con be
financed. Tel Balboa 2-1710 or
Balboa 2-1595. Corey. House
5715-C Dioblo Heights.
FOR SALE:1947 Plymouth Tudor,
radio $900 ond 1949 Chevrolet
Club Coupe $1.350 in excellent
condition. Can be financed. Con-
tact quarters 2013-B or Phone
83-6159.
FOR SALE:1938 Buick, 4-door Se-
dan. Solid dependable clean trans-
portation. $160.00. Tel. 2-1185,
"Q" Street No. 27.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick, Speciol, 4-
door Sedan, highest over $1,700.
Con be financed. House 2107-D
Curundu. Call 86-7294.
FOR SALE:Yellow Mercury Conver-
tible, bought new, late '47; original
owner, 34,000 miles. Plaid nylon,
seot covers; cleon, smooth-per-
forming motors. $1,000. Coll Al-
brook 3145, Moj. Walsh.
FOR SALE:1950 Dodge Kingsway
Coupe, like new, 300 miles, seat
covers. Insurance. Save yourself
$500.00. 1488-C Dormon Street.
Tel. 2-1760.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High floss oil points
and anamals. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon Tropiduro Stores
FOR SALEBaby buggy. House 0805
Plank St., Balboa. Tel. 2-2565.
FOR SALE: Brunsigo colculoting
machines, Germon, new. From
$145.00. "Porros," Plazo 5 de
Mayo, Panama.
FOR SALE: Good seots for the
event of the yeor. "Merrily-Merrily"
to be seen ot Cristobol YMCA Audi-
torium April 27th at 7:30. Don't fail
to get your tickets for this special
talent mixture of pep, class, comedy,
colorful doncing and special scenes.
The Zuyderiee, the forest, the circus.
All exhibited by well trained pupils of
Madge Locke. Pupils from Cristobal,
Balboa. Gotun. Curundu. Represent-
ing Dutch Folk, Diny Geese, beauti-
ful birds. Gypsy ond Latin Canees,
tiger, poodles, ponies, clowns, Maggie
the mystery horse, hob-gcblins, balle-
rinas. Something for every toste and
age. "Merrily-Merrily" by all means
ot YMCA Cristobal, April 27th. Bal-
boa dote to be announced later.
FOR SALE:1941 Ford, duty paid,
radio, excellent condition, cheap.
Call Avenue Tivoli 2000. Phone
3-0974. 0530 0630 p.m.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Tudor Se-
dan. See at 5627-D Diablo ofter
5 p.m.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
DRIVE YOURSELF
50< per hour
plus 7( per mik.
Insurance and driving
permit included.
Call Panama 2-1995.
Garage Elias.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:35 mm. Welta Camera and
Cose in Balboa Theatre. Reward.
Call 85-3172.
LOST: One brown wallet in the
name of Frank Diers containing
Panama Cdula, Canal Zone and
Panama operators licenses. If
found please bring to Diers &
Ullrich, Melndez Ave. and 16th
Street Coln. REWARD!
REWARD
Substantiol reword is offered for in-
formation landing to recovery of
a 1949 Chevrolet, Fleetline, Tudor
Sedan, motor No. GAM249812.
Color, when stolen from Curundu
on March 27, light green. License
No. Zl 1241. Phone Balboa 1813
or call at Firemen's Insurance Co.
otfica in Special Engineer's Bide.,
Diablo.
Jane Gallimore Dies;
Funeral Services Set
For Tomorrow P.M.
Jane Gallimore. 59. a native of
Jamaica. B.W.I.. died at 6 a.m. to-
day at her residence No. 90 Ave-
nue "A" Panama City.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the Pan-
ama Wesleyan Church. The cor-
tege will leave the church at 4:80
p.m. for Amador Church where
tntarment will take place.
She Is survived by a daughter,
Rena. and a sister, Mrs. Julia Ro-
binson of Paraso.
Shr was a member of the U.B.
Society.
'Night Of Fun' Is
Due Friday Night
At St. Peter's
A "Night of Fun" will be held
next Friday evening at St
Peter's Parish Hall In La Boca.
The public is Invited.
The evening's program will
Include such games as horsf-
racln. a treasure hunt for chil-
dren, a shooting gallerv. as well
as dancing and refreshments.
The "NiRht of Fun" will begin
at 7 p. m. Admission will be '0
cents
FOR SALE:Collins 75A-I receiver,
precision signal generator; supreme
audio signal generator, 25 or 60
cycle. All in perfect calibration and
operating condition. 611-B Ancon
Blvd. or call Balboa 3574 evenings.
Bargain Round-trip to Rio. Braniff
DC-6. $450. Call 2-5851 after-
noons. 2-1653 evenings.
FOR SALE:Hoteles Interamericanos
stock at $1 1.00 a share. Telephone
Balboo 3631.
FOR SALE:Typewriter. Smith-Co-
rona, 1951 silent model, used 2
weeks. Priced ot $85.00. Fort
Kobbe. Tel. 84-6276.
FOR SALE: 4 Locker trunks and
wardrobe trunks $10.00 each, Ri-
viera Building. 46th Street No. 18.
FOR SALE: i National accounting
machine. Perfect condition. Bar-
gain price. Tel. 2-0610. Ponomi.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTEDModel "A" Ford, fair
conditions, foir price. Call 2-2983
Balboa, after 4 p.m.
WANTED:Electric refrigerator. 25
cycle, 4, 5 or 6 cu. ft. capacity,
in excellent condition, but con-
not be over 23 inches wide ac-
count limited space.
WANTED:A good cook that can
olso do pastry. Very good salary.
50th Street No. 14, Apt. 1.
WANTED:June, September, lody
to coach young girl in English first
year Junior High School studies
preferobly ot student's home. Ap-
ply Box 376 Panama.
250,000 Italian
Civil Servants
In Wage Strike
ROME, April 24 (UP) An
estimated 250,000 Italian civil
servants went on strike for two
hours this morning In three scat-
tered regions In the first of a
Communist-called series of walk-
outs which the Reds have level-
led protests against rearmament.
Actually the strikes were call-
ed for economic reasons after
the Government refused to grant
a 5,000 lire monthly ($81 wage
boost to all civil servants.
The anti-Communist unions
l.ave refused to Join the strikes
pending further negotiations
with the Government.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished rtsidence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters 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
Panilla and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT: From Moy 16 July
I 5, furnished 3 bedroom penthouse
apartment "Riviera." 46th Street
No. 19. Wright. "
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-untun-
shed oportment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
:OR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment living-diningroom; $-55 Key,
85 Cuba Avenue.
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:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant
quarters, hot water installation,
good locotion. Bella Vista 44th St.
No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
best location, lorge balcony, 2 bed-
rooms. Also bachelor apartment 1
bedroom, both. Tel. 3-1648 after
5 p.m. *"
FOR RENT: Nice oportment for
married couple or bachelor. Apply
Perejil, House 7 "Maria." Tel.
3-1404.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms nice
painted oportment. Servant quart-
ers, etc. Bella Visto, Calle Colom-
bia No. 8, Apt. 5.
RESORTS
Gramlich's Santo Cloro beach.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderte rates. Phone
Gomboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished cot
tages, between Santi Clore ond
Rio Hato. Phone 2-3'42. Panana
or see caretaker.
Willioms Sqnt Clara Beach Cottoges
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonta Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3
1673.
Casino Santo Claro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beech resort. Doubles
$4.00.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Complete household
furnishings, "Salterini" iron set.
mahogany bureaus, studio ceuch,
Maytag washing machine, etc. Ca-
lle 50 No. 30, first fleer. Tel.
3-0631, Panama.
FOR SALE: 4 pc. Guatemolan
livingroom, practically new. RCA.
Radio. 9088, 10th St. Tel. 670,
Coln.
FOR SALE:GE washing machine,
good condition, 1 rocking chair,
mahogany China closet. House
1442-A, Owen St. Balboo. Phone
2-2624.
FOR SALE:Mahogany dining table
and 6 choirs, $90. Mohogony
telephone stand with bench, $17.
Kitchen table, $4. Mahogany end
table, $8. Screen for beby room,
$10. High chair, $10. 3 way floor
lamp and shode, $10. Table lamps,
$3 ond $5. Frigidaire, $75. Stove,
$20. Can be seen any time. Call
3-3001. No. 6. 49th Street, "Fran-
conia" Bulding,~Apt. 2-B.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Cool independent furn-
ished room. Splendid surroundings.
All conveniences, Bello Vista No.
13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
or without board, to respectoble
person, Bella Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest ond nicest location.
Clean independent furnished room
for single man only. Bella Vista,
Calle Colombia No. 8. Apt. 5. Tel.
3-0338.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, lorge
double clean and cool room mo-
dern convenience. To respectable
people. Peru Av. No. 65. Lower
left.
FOR SALE:Bedroom set, $250.00
Small diningroom set, $180.00.
No. 21 West )7th Street, Apt. 15,
Ponomi.
FOR SALE:Philco 4.5
gerotor, duty paid.
2I5I-D Curundu.
cu. ft. rffri-
Reosonoble.
FOR SALE:1 Moytag woshing mo-
chine; I Vi yeor old. 1488-C Dor-
mon Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: -r- Electric fon 15 inch.
Electrolux all attachments, beam
scole, carpenter tools and chest*,
garden tools. Mony odds ond ends
of use 0777-B Williom Place.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Where 100.000 People Meet
Presenfs
Today, Tuesday, April 24
: 30Music for Tuesday
: 00Music Without Words
: 15Promenade Concert
: 30What' Your Favorite
00PANA M U 8 IC A STORY
TIME
: 15Evening Salon
:00BUgh of the Bounty
(BBC)
:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
:45Jam Session
: 00NEWS (VOA)
: ISWhat's On Your Mind
(VOA)
45American Viewpoint
(VOA)
00Jazz Club (VOA)
30Battle Report (VOA)
;45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
00Variety Bandbox (BBC)
30Cavalcade of America
(VOA)
00The Owl's Nest
00Sign Off.
TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1951
1 K\
Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 15
A.M.
6:00Sign On, Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
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THE PASSENGER LIST on the United Fruit Company's Cape
Ann shows the couple above as "Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
Liechtenstein." but their cards read "Prince Ferdinand" and
"Princess Dorothy." The 51-year-old prince and his 55-year-
old American wife sailed this afternoon for New York aboard
the Cape Ann after a five-day visit here. They had arrived
last Thursday from Kingston. Jamaica, and have been divid-
ed their time between El Panama where this picture was
taken, and the Hotel Washington. Prince Ferdinand says he
is a cousin of Prince Franz Joseph II. ruler of the 65-square
mile principality which, except for San Marino and Monaco,
Is the smallest Independent state in Europe. His wife is a
native of Missouri. The tiny principality from which Fer-
dinand derives his titles nestles next to Switzerland, Is only
12 miles long, has a poupulatlon of about 13,000, no Army,
and its post and telegraph system Is administered by Switzer-
land. Yesterday the Llechtenstelns called on acting Gov. H.
D. Vogel, whose spotless white suit looked somewhat subdued
against the Prince's attire of a gav sport shirt, shorts and
knee-length socks, and the Princess's gaylv colored peasant-
type dress and apron, brim-down blue hat, tan sandals and
brown ankle socks. With this, she wore gloves. The Prince
carried a sun helmet.

Congress May Press
Crime Probe Deeper
WASHINGTON, April 24 (UP)
Democratic members of the Sen-
ate Crime Committee today pro-
posed establishment of a Federal
Crime Commission and a Senate-
House "watchdog" committee to
carry on the spectacular Inves-
tigation of nationwide crime.
. It was their answer to a pro-
7:30_PAB8T SPORTS REVIEW Pal by Repblican Sens Alex-
-Her. comes Louis Jordan'-^WHey^Wis. J^^
special Senate Crime Committee
next Jan. 15.
FOR SALE: Over stuffed choirs
$15 a piece- firenloce electric lop
serum $600. Kitchen table 4
chairs, $20, set of 4 tob'es gloss
tope $25. Desk $25. Vacuum
cleaner $25. Miscellaneous. 7040,
4th St. Coln.
LESSONS
THr l.firTVRr: CORP
Phone 2-XU3
I his i ok SALE
Down Pavmenl Site.
Monthly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street trom SI 00
ro Item Heavy tqulpaienl tori
round leveling
rte Rent lt op Long Terms
e_Lgj_CluPS al S3 ana S4 Weekly
Reckless Driver
Pays $25 Fine
Reckless driving the morning
Of April 16 on Gaillard Highway
cost Rogelio Antonio Pacheco. 30.
Panamanian, a $25 fine this
morning in Balboa Magistrate's
Court.
Zone police said that Pacheco's
car was Involved In an accident
at 4:15 a.m. near Fort Clayton.
The car Pacheco was driving
rammed Into a guard rail around
several valve boxes on the right
side of the highway, bounced off
i his and into a guard rail on the
opposite side of the road.
Sometime In this maneuver a
woman passenger in Pacheco's
car was thrown out. She was not
badly hurt, however.
Pacheco is employed at the
Dredging Division at Gamboa.
Thousands Defy
Government. Spread
Walkout In Spain
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, April
24 (UP) Thousands of Spanish
workers today defied Govern-
ment threats of dismissal from
their Jobs and fanned their strike
against the high cost of living.
The strike reaches across the
northern provinces of Spain.
The Government cracked down |
hard, ordering workers to get
back to plants and shops im-
mediately, or be fired.
Widespread arrests are report-
edly being made.
The Government is exhorting
the workers to Ignore "foreign
propagandists" and "political
agitators."
Pope Plus XII has written the
Bishop of Barcelona saying that
difficulties for the middle clas-
ses caused by Inflation and ex-
cessive fiscal charges must be
solved with urgency.
The Pope's letter was written
on occasion of the coming Catho-
lic Social Week for Spanish
Catholics.
CONVERSAT I O N A L SPANISH" BY
MRS. ROMERO. Wonderful System
Estudiante St. 7 7-A.
lovely
Pains in Back!
NERVOUS!
Rheumatic!
Vt rone; foods and drinka, worry, over-
work, and frequent colda often put
strain on the Kidneys, and Kidney a*4
llladdrr troublea may eauae ureas*
Acidity. Strung. Cloudy Urine. flatting
I |i Nights, Burning Paaaagta. Lea.
Pains. Nervousness, nisalnea*. Swollen
Anklea, Rheumatism, Puffy Evellda and
feeling old before your time. Help your
kldneya purify your blood with Cyetex.
Cyetex goes right to work helping your
kldneya > ways: 1. Cleans out poieonoug
acida. I. Combats ger.ns In the urinary
syatem. S. Hnothee and raima Irrltatae
tissues. And thus you quickly get en tag
road t* enjoying fife again. Oat Oystes
rroaa your Oiugglei lad*/.
A-Bomb Is Neither
To Look At,
Delightful To Know
NEW YORK, April 24. (UP)
The 1951 model atom bomb is a
five ton mechanism resembling a
big hot water tank with a round-
ed nose, according to Look ma-
gazine.
In a copyrighted article the
magazine said: "The completely
assembled bomb is an ugly thing
like nothing else on earth."
It added that bombardiers can
drop It with astonishing accur-
acy.
The article said the current
version of the bomb is about 20
feet long, nine or 10 feet in dia-
meter, weighs 10.000 -pounds and
can bf set to explode 40 seconds
after being dropped from a
bomber.
Describing a test run with an
atom bomber of Strategic Air
Command the article said the
butt of the bomb tapers but ends
in a flat disc surrounded by fins.
A cylinder about four inches In
diameter and two feet long Is at-
tached to the flat butt. This holds
the split-second explosion timer.
The magazine quotes Ma]. Gen.
Roscoe Wilson, deputy chief of
staff on Operations for Atomic
Energy: "I think it Is high time
some of the ridiculous stories cir-
culated about the A-bomb be
killed and buried once and for all.
"I have even heard that hun-
dreds of thousands of American
people fearfully believe an ene-
my agent could board the Hobo-
ken terry toting the bomb in a
zippr bag and blow Manh*ttan
clear into Brooklyn.".
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RDFRadiodilfuslon Franchise
Vogel Will Head
Radio Panel Friday
Lt. Gov. Herbert D. Vogel will
head a radio panel scheduled to
dlsc.'ss the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Loyalty Day program on a
local station at 6 p.m. Friday, A-
pril 27.
Other speakers will include
Commander E. J. Eglington of
the VFW Department of the Ca-
nal Zone; Frank Leahy, Loyalty
fDay chairman; A. A. Hannberg,
Commander of Post 3822; Rich-
ard Harper, Commander of Post
40; Stephen Palmer, Chaplain of
Post 3822; fid Scott, Command-
er of Post 727. Mrs. Frances 8e-
bastian. President of the VFW
Ladies' Auxiliary of Post 3822, will
represent the distaff side In the
discussion.
until ...
The Senate committee is sche-
duled to die the end of this
month. One member said, how-
ever that lt may briefly revive
its hearings before then to ques-
tion a number of witnesses who
have become available since it
ended its public sessions a month
Some have been dodging
ago
'The witnesses Include Rocco
Flschettl and Murray (The Ca-
mel) Humphreys, both Identifi-
ed in committee hearings as
leaders of the notorious Chica-
go Capone syndicate. Air of them
Conservatives Score
Landslide Victory
In Jap Elections
TOKYO, April 24 (UP) The
Conservatives scored a landslide
victory in Monday's nationwide
local elections, in which a post-
war record of almost 40,000,000
Japanese participated.
Political observers Interpret
these results as reflecting con-
fidence* in the United States
Government's policy to conclude
an early peace treaty with Jap-
an.
Tl.e Conservative government
of Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshi-
da has advocated all out support
of the United States' policy while
the Socialists and Communists
have voiced opposition:
Committee Pushes
Boys1 Stale Plans
Th the American Legion, meeting
yesterday at the Legion Hall in
Balboa, furthered plans fir Boys'
State, to be held under Legion
auspices June 15-22.
The program will be staged ;t
either Fort Sherman or Fort Gu-
llck, lt was announced following
the meeting, rather than at Fort
Kobbe, as originally planned.
The committee is composed of
the following Legion personnel:
Director, John R. Barr, Chair-
man of the Legion Department of
Child Welfare; Secretary, Mrc.
Evelyn Gardner, Department Ad-
jutant; Police Counselor, C. Nor-
man Little, Commander of Post
No. 1; Inspector, Hans Pedersen,
Department Commander; Publi-
city Director, E. H. Reld, Com-
mander. Post 7. and City Counso-
or. William S. Loehr, Chaplain of
Post 1.
About 40 boys will be accommo-
dated, the committee said.
though lt Is possible the number
may be increased if the presen;
budget is augmented.
It is planned to Invite the Com-
manding General, U.8. Army.
Caribbean, or his representative
and the Governor of The Panama
Canal, or his representative, to bo
among the speakers.
are under bond to Senate Ser-
geant-at-arms Joseph C. Duke. ;
Sen. Herbert R. O'Conor, D.J
Md., formally introduced two re-
solutions to create a 10-member
Joint Congressional committee))
and a new three-man crime com J
mission to work together on as)
"full and complete study. lnves-J
tigation and surveillance" of In-
terstate crime problems.
He acted on behalf of himself.
Crime 'Committee Chairman
Estes Kefauver, D Tenn., anoj
Sen. Lester C. Hunt, D.. Colo-
Kefauver has said he will noa
serve on any new investigative
body because of the press of!
other Senate business.
O'Conor said both Republican
and Democratic committee mem-,
bers are convinced that some*
agency should continue the ex-i
plosive investigation Into inter-
state gambling and extend it to
other phases of criminal activi-
ties, especially narcotics and
prostitution.
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
opposes creation of a crime com-
mission on grounds lt might lead
to a federal police force.
i
Pacific Saddle Club
Semi-Annual Dance
Scheduled Friday
The Pacific Saddle Club will
sponsor another of Its very popu-
lar dances at the Pedro Miguel
Boat Club on Friday at 8 p.m. to
midnight. The advance sale ot
tickets assures a capacity crowd.
Door prizes, spot prizes, chair
and many other valuable prizes
have been donated by the mer-
chante of Panama.
The Pacific Saddle Club de-
sires to thank the merchants of
Panama for their splendid sup-
port and cooperation In helping
this community project.
Gerald's Orchestra will furnish,
music for the dance.
Everybody is welcome and tic-
kets may be purchased for $1 by
contacting H. W. Mundt, 2-1598
or E. B. Curling 4-382.
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Gernimo!
SALUTE TO A SOLDIER
The rousing melodies of brass bands shatter the air and tin-
gles dance tlpSt the spine. Fragments o ticker Upe execute ae-
rial baltots... These festive occasions are as jubilant as the flags
unfurled. Yet brass bands aiul ticker tape merely represent the
inner pride that celebrates a holiday In the heart *?*%
honoring great Americans are public expressions ofpersonal
friendship The equivalent of a private handshake MacArthur
not only a military hero-he Is the living symbol of a nation's
greatness His glory Is national as well as personal Our pride In
ni, SSmpltohmeSs Is as deep as his respect for the nat on he
served Thus we render tribute to one of our most magnificent
"idlers, who symbolizes the courage and devotion of every Am-
erican soldier.
A nan af great persc**TUfnity, he carries himself like
a banner Stranger frequently have the imoression 'h-t be
1 stern and cold. Almost marble-like.. His friend know
better 'AlacArthur compassion is deep and his sentiment
honest: After sun-eying the nibble of war-wrecked Manila
he weat. _______
British leader played a major role In forcing his dismiss-
al Yet during World War ii the British Oov't expressed It*
gratitude toward him when King George conferred upon him
one of Britain's highest decorations: The Order of Knight Grand
OIYou can wager not many members of the British gov't cur-
rently belittling him have been similarly honored by their own
nation.
The papers have noted he was a member of the general court-
martial that found Gen. Billy Mitchell gutty of Insubordination.
But they haven't mentioned this: After the trial one curious Wash-
ington correspondent examined the contents of the wastebasket
in the judges' chamber. He discovered MacArthur had voted a-
galnst the sentence!... When Mitchell heard about It he urged
the reponer to drop the matter. However, that fact was known
to several people. Including Mitchell's secretary and Fiorello
My source Is Isaac Don Levlne's blog of Mitchell, "Pioneer of
Air Power." published by Duell. Sloan ti Pearce In 1943.
When he was Chief of Staff during the early 1930s MacArthur
endeavored to arouse Congress and the people to the immediate
necessity of establishing a mechanised army. His appeals for
appropriations filled numerous pages of the Congressional Re-
cord. .. Tragically, his appeals were Ignored.
Working with MacArthur at that time was an officer who
compiled and wrote the reports to CongressIke Elsenhower.
* 'Any sane man who has experienced the agony of war
despise* bloodshed. To accuse the General of desiring a Third
World War Is as stupid as it is ridiculousand his accusers
know it.. Just one year ago he declared: "All responsible
leaders know that no one can gain by another war; the pot-
ential of destruction is so great that, win or lose, It would be
almost committing suicide.''
He has a skeleton rattling around his closet: MacArthur has
composed poetry. Sshhh!... When he was a dashing young lieut-
enant he wooed his lady fair with the following poetic love letter:
Fair western girl with life wvhlrl... Of love and fancy free...
Tls thee I love... All things above .. Why will thou not love me?
>
The ordeal at Bataan made the most profound Impression
upon him. His triumphant return there was a tribute to his
military geniusbut what he endured during the tortuous days
before the Japs overran Bataan will forever remain a monument
to his personal valorand the courage of those who fought with
him He said this about the soldiers of Bataan: "No army has
ever done so much with so little, and nothing became It more
than its last hour of trial and agony."
Ha has become a legend during his lifetime. And what Is more
notablehe Uves up to it. A biographer once observed his career
is a series of bests, firsts, mosts and onlys. That fact Is stressed
by several highlights: He was the youngest general In World War
I, youngest superintendent of West Point, youngest Chief of Staff.
But any American mother will tell you his greatest accom-
llshment was attaining victories with low cost in human life,
hroughout the Pacific campaign his primary objectives were not
only victoriesbut methods of obtaining them with the least cas-
ualties. .. When he was criticized for moving too slowly and
urged to throw more soldiers Into battle. MacArthur responded:
"I will not take by sacrifice what I can achieve by strategy*'
Thr General twice protested against FDR's orders to leave
Bataan. The third time he was forced to go... It was a matter of
military expediency. During those dark days FDR was desperately
anxious to bolster the morale of Australia and New Zealand. That
It why MacArthur was ordered to leave.
His handling of Russian representatives In Japan should
as a model for dealing with Communists. He was aware that they
respect only forceful methods and acted accordingly... A Rus-
sian General was once arrested by U.S. MPs in Tokyo for reckless
driving. When released, he demanded an apology from MacAr-
thur... The following day MacArthur called In the officer in
charge and asked If the Russian General had violated traffic
laws. When he was assured the violation had happened-^MacAr-
tur snapped: "Tell him there will be.no apology I"
When the Red General heard about MacArthur's attitude, he
roared with glee: "What a man!"
His most vigorous critic cannot deny his genius for lead-
ership and the intense loyalty he Inspires.. He was caught
In an open field during a bombing of Bataan. Two of his
orderlies tried to protect him with their bodies by forming a
human shield.. MacArthur was forced to order them to leave
and seek shelterwhile he remained to observe the type of
planes the Japs used and how they maneuvered.
-------*
Fortv-eight years ago a young cadet received his lieutenant's
bars at West Point. He was told, as are all West Point graduates,
that upon him alone might some day evolve the fate of his coun-
try, and he was told for the honor of the corps never to fall that
trust... Gen. MacArthur wears his answer to that solemn res-
ponsibility in' the form of a small blue ribbon with white stars
above all others on his tunic. It Is the Congressional Medal of
Honor for devotion above and beyond the call of duty In the face
of an armed enemy. None is given for an even higher type of
braverymoral courageor he would be wearing that. too.
His countrymen, by their tumultuous welcome, are trying to
convey to him a message: That the tiny stars he wears on his
uniform are one Important reason there are still 48 in the Flag.
Welcome home, General!
THIS IS YOU SQUUM THt APERS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
By Victor Rieei
There were more pictures -of
General MacArthur hanging in
Sovletlzed Clhnese cities this
past week than there w* de-
corating San Francisco, Wash-
ington and New York. But the
photos were touched up to give
nlm an evil leer. And the cap-
tions marked him as Red Cni-
na's public enemy number one.
There were thousands of tnese
laked photos of "The Old Sol-
dier" In every Red war factory,
above every vital machine. Each
picture was labeled by the Rea
propaganda ministry with a
captain reading: __
-This machine will smash
y"ur factory Is our battlefield
and our machines are our wea-
"^For the truth is that our na-
tion and our people have not
yet learned what the antt-
Communist underground oper-
atives on the Sovletlzed Chi-
na mainland know and
that Is that the FefpWiPro-
paganda ministry has told th<
Chinese that they are actual!
at war with u and that aen.
MacArthur stiff < the one
man tcho can destroy the
Oriental Conttnjorm.
AH over China these slogans
go up on factory walls and down
fnto mine shafts In every ptant,
workshop and mill, select work-
er brigade leaders." Just back
from special briefing sessions to
Peiplng, grind out these anti-
American war slogans saytag,
In effect, that the "elimination
o one more defective product
means the "elimination O" one
more American soldier.
Reporting back to the com-
bined phco-prpaffftnf1*;mDV
tary headquarters, staffed by
Russian experts in Pe.pmg. the
Red Chinese workers adre
asenta have said recently that
the "new (war) atmosphere now
Pervades all Industrial enter-
prise!" That quote is from a
Peipfng document smuggled on
the mainland.
At the same time, the flying
propaganda squads have been
ordered to set up regional head-
quarters of something called the
Rcsist-Amerlca Assn. On April 2
the Red rovers were able to dis-
MUh word that unions and
St'h? Communist fronts would
soon run thousands of Resist
America" rallies W all plants,
immediately, they received or-
derTw "carry out similar educa-
tion among the broad mass of
labortag people in the villages."
' But the Russian propaganda
experts are hardly ones u let
t0 ftX'kindo, equa-
tion o/ the Orient's P^e,f
the Orient's loathing of beg-
ging, o/ the Orients aware-
Sthat its civilization and
strength have crumbled nithe
dust of 5.000 years o) archaic
dynasties that General Mac-
Arthur ripped open in hU
Speech. It is the, Russia**
ost powerful weapon. And
they're using it.
Htie WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
Dream World
By JOB RUARK
FACtTIC-lTnxE LEAGUE
Sir:
The Pacific Little League wi.-li -
es to take this means to thank ail
those who contributed to the
success of rmr benefit show at tir:
Ancor theater last,. Saturday
night. Special thanks go te the
skilled and captivating dancers
of the Ruoff Troupe and their di-
rectoi. also to the personnel of
the Moving Picture Division cf
th* Clubhouses.
it unexpectedly heavy or-
prvrint of Little League wril-
i:hers made a hasty revision of
the program necessary The Ru-
off Troupe willingly put on their
act a second time to accommo-
date the overflow, thereby assur-
ing the League maximum finan-
cial returns for the evening.
Alter certain minimum ex-
penses were deducted, am)
mately $283 was realized for ihc-
Pcclflc Little League. As the
need arises this money will be
spent for the benefit of all the
youngsters In the league.
Veiv truly vours
W. M. Hamma. President
Pacific Little League
Every factory and workshop
must now have Its "speak b t-
erness meeting." There, top
Chnese workers are ordered to
recall their miseries In the old
so^tety and contrast their past
tiering with their present
prospects." And to toe Chinese
who doesn't see Red China
through rose colored to""-
Nor does this todoctrination
ol hatred stop here. Hatred must
swiftly be reconverted into pro-
Son of guns. So, linked with
the "speak bitterness" rallies, is
something new the Patrlotto
Emulation Campaign. Jo this
factory fanfare, with a fancy
nameI call special attention
Fsnecially do I ask the workers
m toe Ford, General Electric
and U. S. Steel planU to look
closely. fc
Our workers are about to be
besieged by American Com-
munist literature urgtng them
not to produce swiftly for war.
Well, let me tell you about the
Red Chinese "Patriotic Emula-
tion Campaign" whicn
means, in plain old U. s. a.
talk, a cruel, sweating speed-
up schedule ichich iclll break
the backs of the Chinese
workers.
It's double talk for new pro-
duction schedules, which, If set
in an American plant, would
provoke screaming from the
Comrades. '
It means that all Chinese
workers must now keep pace
with a set of "Labor Heroes"
such as Chao Kuo-you, in the
Number 3 plant of the Mukden
Machine Tool Factory. wro
turns out more tools than most
humans could, even In Toledo
cr Cleveland. And then, there
Labor Hero U-yung. who has
driven the Mao Tse-tung Loco-
motive 200.000 miles without a
breakdown.
And if all this Labor Hero
worship doesn't exactly enthuse
the Chinese into breaking their
backs, then there's toe picture
Of General MacArthur pasted
above toe machines. That's sup-
posed to get them real mad
for the Communist agit-props
have labeled him the Comln-
form's public enemy number
one. Such flattery. I'm certain
Is well deserved.
(Copyright 851. PAihHall
Syndicate, Inc.)
NEW YORK. As mentioned before, there
are some decided advantages to illness. For ex-
ample, Gen. MacArthur and I got back home at
approximately the same time he from Japan,
me from the fuzzy fastnesses of fever-and-anti-
biotlc no-man's land. I was therefore spared
the early MacArthur-Truman harangue which
swept the countrv after Capt. Harry flreo the
general, and came fresh to the general's presen-
tation of his position before the lolnt session of
Congress.
MacArthur's speech has been tagged as a
masterpiece and needs no extra comment. But
the thing that hit me hard, as a recent, rela-
tive stranger to the times, was a restresslng of
reality from which we seem to have flown far.
I felt mighty like Alice with a foot full of look-
ing glass.
The general mentioned that war's very object
Is victory, not prolonged Indecision. You would
think we all recognize that as the primer por-
tion of the copybook, but that Is not how we
have operated In Korea. We have become used
to a part-time, stylized conflict, with no logical
conclusion in sight a war of shifting, arbi-
trary rules, made by civilians In safe places and
nurtured on the blood of Innocents.
It suddenly looms as extra-ridiculous that a
Chinese Red is a legitimate adversary so long
us he attacks on other people's real estate, but
must not be chastened on his own ground for
fear of fomenting war with the same people
with whom you are already at war. This passeth
understanding, since we have been at technical
war with Red China since the Chinese poured
across the Yalu River.
It makes no sense to MacArthur that Korea,
which we chose as a ward for our personal pro-
tection, should serve as a football field for the
battle, while "the enemies' sanctuaries are fully
protected from such attacks and devastations
After the clarity of the MacArthurlan prose, It
would appear we have been living in a Jabber-
wocky world for some time.
I dreamed some pretty fancy and illogical
dreams when the fever was chewing at me. and
the miracle drugs were working their own pe-
culiar miracles, but none were more fantastic
than toe picture of Douglas MacArthur, fired
summarily by his commander In chief, come
home as a hero, to the slavish adulation of his
nation. *
It makes a peculiar tableau at that the Pre-
sident sulking and lonely at the White House,
while his constituents and his legislators heap
honor on the man he has attempted to degrade
and discredit. It made a funny picture, too
the little man from Independence sending his
court Jester, Harrv Vaughan. to meet one of the
half-dozen Immortal military aenulses of our
history, when Truman himself has wasted vast
Presidential time on nonentities who just hap-
pen to fall under the category of crony.
MacArthur got out of Washington without
Presidential audience this again a weird hap-
penstance when one considers that our nearest
living Immortal was home for the first time in
14 years, after his triumph of conduct in the
Pacific war and in the occupation of Japan.
Truman made no gesture, and MacArthur did
not feel it necessary to approach the throne
with his gold hat In nis hand.
Thev tell me that at first there was a feeling
that Truman was a prettv gusty kid for firing
the hitherto inviolate MacArthur. but after the
MacArthur speech before Congress the President
emerged not so brave as pettish and bullheaded
and childish. A. _.
My feeling was that here was a child who,
lr. a fit of temper, decided to announce his dis-
belief In Santa Claus. on Christmas Eve. But
nothing makes a whole lot of sense these days
not when a midget has to fire a giant in or-
der to make th* giant loom taller and the mid-
get shrink smaller. ^^^_________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE DEADLY CHAIN
WASHINGTON.Both President Truman and
Gen. MacArthur sometimes seem like actors in
a Play, who have learned their Unes well but
who can have no real Influence on the outcome
of the drama. Certainly, ever since the Korean
aggression, each event has had an inner logic
of its own, leading Inexorably to the next event,
inespective of the views or wishes of Presidents
or Generals. What has been true of the past
may well be true of the future.
Consider how logical, even hi retrospect in-
evitable, has been thr progression of events
leading up to our present situation:
l.i The United States withdraws Its troops
from Korea, and the government adopts the
policy that South Korea Is neither militarily
defensible nor strategically essential. Given the
nature of the American state, it was inevitable
that this policy should become known in detail
to the Kremlin. Given the nature of the so-
viet state, which demands toe expansion of So-
viet power wherever the risk does not appear
too great, the Korean aggression was then also
i tip v it&blc
2.) Faced with the reality of aggression, ra-
ther than an imaginary contingency, the Amer-
ican government instantly and inevitably re-
cognized that successful aggression in Korea
would lead straight to disaster. With almost
unanimous national support, Truman committed
American power to Korea.
3.) Sooner or later, American power was sure
to destroy the power of the North Koreans-
Once this was done, the militarily meaningless
line of the 38th Parallel was sure to be cross-
' 4> Given both the fears and the ambitions
which Communist doctrine engenders, it was
then at least logical that the Chinese Commu-
nists should Intervene It was logical that sur-
prise and numerical superiority should give.the
Chinese Initially a great military advantage.
And it was logical also that mobility, fire^wer
and air domination, all of which the Chinese
lacked, should then swins toe military advant-
age apiinst the Communists. ...
5.) It wps then logics! that the Soviets should
try to make up these deficiencies, by supplying
the missing components for a successful; offen-
sive transport, heavv weapons and offensive
air power to their Chinese satellites. This
the Soviets have now aonarentlv done.
This is where we stand now. Fortynatelv for
the sanity of the hum-in race, he future'Is; un-
'knowable. But consider the steps which couia
logically derive from the present situation,
whatever President Truman or Oen. MacArthur
may propose or desire:
6.1 The use of offensive air power for the
first time behind our lines could have the most
serious consequences, as Gen. fatratemeyer has
hinted. If the consequences threaten to be suf-
ficiently serious, toe Manchurian air bases will
certainly be attacked, as both Truman and Mac-
Arthur well know.
7.) Having once extended the war to Chinese
territory, it will then be logical to hit Chinese
supply lines and even cities; to blockade the
China coast: to support the Nationalists: and to
take all the other steps which MacArthur fa-
vors. Again, as Truman and MacArthur know,
elaborate plans lor dding all these things if it
becomes necessary have already been made.
8.i This will be the great turning point. But
judging from the Chinese precedent, the Rus-
sians will then logically intervene, whether
openlv or in some thin disguise. This will lead
to a third World War.
It Is President Truman's position that some-
where between 5i and 6), or at least between
6) and 7i. this deadly chain of logic can be
broken. But he does not say at all how this
is to be done. Jt is Gen. MacArthur's position
that 6) and 7> can be undertaken with decisive
effect, and without bringing on 8i. But he gives
no convincing reasons for believing either that
the effect will be decisive, or that the Russians
will not Intervene. ,
But what is clear from the foregoing is that
events, rather than the views of MacArthur the
united States alone cannot break the chain
simplv because the United States cannot and
will not adoot a policv of appeasement or sur-
render. Yet the chain may vet be broken.
Events are sure to force some sort of showdown,
probablv soon. When It comes, the showdown
must be with the real masters of the situation,
the men in the Kremlin, rather than tneir
s traps in Peiplng. / .. ... .
Those best ouallfled to judge still believe that
the Soviet rulers do not want war. If only be-
cause atomic war would surelv destroy their re-
gime Thus if it is made crystal clear that tne
dismissal of MacArthur Is not the nrelude to ap-
peasement: that a reasonable Korean settle-
ment which does not reward aggression Is never-
theless Dosxlble: and that the ultimate alterna-
tive U a third World War. there is still a chance
for peace. It mav even he a booh chance
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Senator Vandenberg shortly before he
died felt discouraged over our foreign-policy disunity;
Vandenberg once refused Chicago Tribune's demand
that he run for vice president; Senators quiz Truman's
speculating military doctor.
WASHINGTON.The last time I talked to Senator Vanden-
berg was In December, shortly after toe tragic December defeat
in Korea. Following this, certain GOP Senators had gone hog-
wild against the bipartisan foreign policy, and I phoned Van-,
denberg In Grand Rapids to see if he had any ideas about get-
ting that policy back on an even keel.
A couple of friends were then trying to get Truman and
Taft together for a personal, face-to-face talk, minus publicity,
In order to pull our harassed and sadly disunited foreign policy
cfl the partisan rocks.
Telling Senator Vandenberg about this, I asked If he couldn't
help. Perhaps a statement from him, or a phone call to Senate
leaders would start the ball rolling.
But Vandenberg was skeptical.
"The boys have the bit In their teeth." he said, "and I doubt
f anything can stop them. No matter how many times you call
them to the White House to discuss foreign policy, I doubt if It
would do any good. They wouldn't stay put."
He seemed tired, old, and quite discouraged.
Looking back' on what has happened since then, I can see
that he was right.
Vandenberg went on to say, in our telephone conversation,
that when he was actively in the Senate, there were constant
conferences and genuine teamwork between the State Depart-
ment and his Foreign Relations Committee. As a result of-tnU
teamwork, the North Atlantic Pact had been written and rewrit-
ten about seven times.
"It really was a bipartisan foreign policy then," he said. ^But
there doesn't seem to be the same relationship now between! the
State Department and the Hill."
Part of this, I suspect, was due te the fact that Vandenherg
himself was no longer in harness. For his grasp of foreign falrs
was as great as his prestige in the Senate.
VANDENBERG AND MCCORMICK
History will attribute many great things to Arthur Varftlen-
bergincluding passage of the Marshall Plan and the North At-
lantic Pact. But perhaps Vandcnberg's greatest achievement*was
the ability to change hls-mind. Some statetmen can't do that.
They get rigid and Immobile.
' Vandenberg once tola me how, during the 1936 Republican
convention in Cleveland. Col. McCormlck of toe Chicago Tribune
had come to him late one night to urge that he run for -vice
president on the Alf. Landon ticket. McCormlck was then'ex-
tiemely close to Vandenberg. Both were strong isolationists, both
saw eye-to-eye oh most Republican policy.
The Michigan Senator, however, refused. The incident illus-
trates the closeness of their friendship, which later was breken
hy Vandenberg's desertion of the isolationist cause.
That was the biggest political change in Vandenberg's jlfe.
With V-E Day, he saw that atomic weapons, long-range rockets
and big bombers had ended the traditional Isolation of the IJnJted
States. Abruptly, he deserted the Chicago Tribune bandwagon.
The Tribune, In turn, never forgave him. To the very end? Its
most scathing cartoons were directed at Arthur Vandenberg,|the
turncoat.
In civilian life, the American people do not usually*" fete
their political heroes. The politician is so close to the people
that they see all his imperfections. He has to battle dally in' the
public arena where he gets soiled by the mud and Invectivfc of
political combat. His statements cannot be censored; the photo-
graphera snap him as they will.
But though no pomp or circumstance honored toe closing
days of his life. Arthur Vandenberg deserves all the tributes the
American people can give him. He will go down as one ol the
gieat political heroes of our day.
SPECULATING GENERAL
A General whom the President did not fire, but recently
promoted, came In for hot-cross examination behind the closed
doors of the Senate Armed Services Committee. He is MaJ. Gen.
Wallace Graham, the President's personal physician, who was
caught speculating on the commodity market. Despite this, he
vas promoted by Truman from brigadier to major general.
Snapping back at heavy GOP cross-questioning, General Gra-
ham testified: That he has stopped speculating on the commo-
dity marketsince he was caught by the Senate Investigating
committee in 1947...He spends "an average of two hours per
day" with President Truman to keep him in physical trim...It
was Maj. Gen. Harry Vaughan who got him his White House
job...He parachuted into .Europe with the paratroopers and
was wounded three timesthough he only bothered to collect
one Purple Heart.
The GOP cross-examination was sparked by Senators Know-
land of California and Cain of Washington. Both asked search
ins questions about Graham's "meteoric rise'' from a first lieu-
tenant in 1941 to a brigadier general In 1948. The promotion to
brigadier general came In September. 1946exactly one year
alter he had been appointed President Truman's personal phy-
sician.
Knowland also wanted to know how Graham happened to get
his White House Job. Graham admitted the approach from Gen-
eral Vaughan. denied he had known Vaughan previously, J>ut
said he had spent considerable time in Missouri.
It was 8enator Cain who asked Oraham about his giain
speculating. However, Graham not only reported he had stopped
speculating but claimed he was living on his military salary.
Democratic Senators Russell of Georgia and Johnson of TejcaJ
came to Graham's defense, pointing out that the Senators had
an admiral it*. George Calven on duty full time to watch "put
for their health.
Johnson also started identifying the ribbons on Grahams
chest bringing out his war record as a field surgeon
In the end. Knowland was the only Senator with courage
enough to buck the White House and vote against Ora&ains
promotion. .
CRIME REPORTER
The Washington Daily News' crack reporter. Milt Berilfter.
not the last laugh on Congressman James Davis Georgia Demo-
crat Berliner wrote a series of articles, critlclztag Davis weak
crime probe into the Capital underworld, in which it appeared
to some that Davis was pulling his punches. "
Berliner's articles so got under Davis' skin, that le compon-
ed to Berliner's editors ___ .
The other day, however, Davis' chickens came home to rjost
vnen Berliner received a Newspaper Guild award for his sgtos
on Davis Significantly, the judges included Sens. Margaret Cku*.
Smith of Maine and Mike Monroney of Oklahoma, both forgier
colleagues of Davis.
(Copyright 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)


PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, APRIL U, 1*51
Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Again the juniors take top billing, and this time it is for
their remarkable work that made the Junior-Senior Banquet and
From o 1951 the most memorable affair this year for the gradu-
ates. A special thanks are due for the committee that was under
the chairmanship of Coila Qoodin. The committee members were
Bill Yerkes, Mary Adclia Morley, Sam Maphis. Fred Lee, Leona Hart,
Betty Wilkinson, Tibby Nolan Murray Falk, Shirley Karst Virginia
Selby, Anna Galloway, Clair Godby, Sheila Fearon Beth Lockrlge,
and Anne Morrill. _, ...
Before the eating stage of the Banquet, Junior Class President
.Irwln Frank welcomed the Class of '51 to the Stardust Room and
hoped thai everyone present would enjoy themselves.
Then Terry Ford, Senior Class President, took the stand for
3ust a minute and offered his thanks in behalf of all seniors for
the Banquet. He also mentioned that it was appropriate at the an-
nual banquet for the graduating class to present some token of
gratitude to the juniors. However, since the Class of '51 Is different,
the presentation of this gift will not be made until June 5. the
day of graduation.
A few clues were given concerning this gift. It will be some-
thing, useful not only to the juniors but to all BHSers. Terry con-
cluded his speech with a remark concerning the gift. It was, "Good
Other speakers that evening were Superintendent of Schools
i)r. Laurence Johnson, and Senior Class Advisor Mr. Harold J.
fierten.
The banquet hall was given the name of the Stardust
Room. All about (-littering silver stars peeked from behind
deep blue backgrounds. However, the. main stars were those
r that framed the individual pictures of seniors. These were
' high in the sky above the head table. A dreamy and heavenly
effect was given to the room of the great Milky way by chang-
ging colored lights. Even the menus were sprinkled with sil-
verv Stardust that spelled Junior-Senior Banquet, 20 April
: 1951. .
Inside the menu booklet was a message from Irwln Frank to
The Senior Class of 1951. So that all may know the feeling of
the Junior Class, the message is reprinted below:
- "The senior class for whom we. the juniors, are putting on
this banquet, is one with many talents, sprouting ambitions, and
satisfying accomplishments. It is a class of fine people. The
seniors, who have been our rivals from the time we were fresh-
men, are probably the finest set of rivals we glorious Juniors will
ever have the honor of encountering.
"Now, however, Is the time when the 1951 seniors are to re-
ceive small white papers with black lettering on them which be-
gins with the words, 'Let Ik be known to all men here present...!
Believe it or not, this diploma represents four years of hard work.
"On the other hand, were they hard? True, there were many
long hours of solitary meditation or study which was sometime
followed by an occasional disappointment when those familiar re-
ports cards came out. But then there was that 'last word' under
the clock just as the final bell was going to ring tor classes to
start and, of course, the perpetual shower at that certain fountain
every time anyone took a drink. There were the football games,
dances, assemblies, and the yet to come "Tug of War."
"It is with these pleasant and undying memories plus a lump
In our throats that we, the Class of '52. bid you. the graduating
class of 1951 of Balboa High School, farewell, and wish yon hap-
piness and success in everything you do throughout your lives."
We, the seniors, also find a lump In our throats when we real-
ise the nearness of that parting day. We feel that leaving you the
juniors, and our freshmen and sophomore classmates is Tike loos-
ing our best buddy. And we do not relish the thought. We shall al-
ways, through the manv years to come, cherish our days with you
In our alma mater, Balboa High School
After drying my tears, I would like to go on and say the
"Banquet Bugle," published by the "Zonian" class, also re-
called to mind our four years at BHS. The Last Will and Test-
ament plus the Class Prophecy made each and everyone think
of liis iprcinl traHs mid future plans.
There is only truth In the statement that all Juniors and
seniors thought that the Banquet and Prom were JubI "won-
derful.".
An invitation was extended to the students of BHS to pay a
visit to the USS Missouri on Sunday. The four classes, freshmen
sophomores, Juniors, and seniors, visited "Mighty Mo" at various
time intervals. Thank you, Commander Halloran, for extending the
invitation to us teen-agers. Nancy Ladd, Barbara Jones, Doris Brad-
ley, Lee Brooks, and Dick Seeley were among those who enjoyed
themselves touring the USS Missouri from stem to stern and visit-
ing the spot where Japan had signed the unconditional surrender.
Nominations for Student Association Council were being made
last week and this. Voting for the officers will take place in the
very near future. Seniors, however, sre not permitted to vote since
they will not be attending BHS next year. The tentative list of can-
didates Includes Sam Maphis, Clair Godby, Fred Lee, Irwln Frank
Ray Davidson, Mike McNevin, Ray Tucker, Dick Dillman, and Ri-
chard Abbot for president; and Bill Dawson, Eddie Arm latead Bob
Peacher. Ted Norrls, and Noble Holiday for the second highest ot-
flce of vice-president.
Today at 2:20 a pep rally was called In the new Lower Gym in
preparation for the first basketball game of the season for BHS
The game is also In the Lower Gym at 7:00 tonight against Canal
one junior College.
Hn^vir^h6,11!3" boysare out to wln ar>d they have what it takes.
However, the team needs rooters and they know only too well that
they depend on the student body of BHS to be in the grandstands
yelling them to victory. With the splendid write-up about two of
SH'iif?!" ,m,eKmbers in the PANAMA AMERICAN, there should be no
Sm v -piiS f are "l.orewihaun JuSt the peD 8QUad rootln? '' ur
boys. There .s also no doubt that the Balboa Basketball Bovs are
gonna fight tonight so that they can come out on top y
After they beat College tonight, they will meet their nrher i
ponnents Cristobal High School-lthls Friday night P"
After Friday night's game, there is going to be an nomine
dance of the "Red Door" in Diablo. The "Red Door" is new
?h\nC' hu'octe> l h blo Clubhouse. The dances held
SnW"Ib(e sJ,onso'ed "y the SA. It'll be loads of fur?"
^ffi$UXS^*%&. ThlTea^'r ? thtt
85 TSK FtffStf Z^JSSST^tB
College Corner
By Martha Irvin
We got the basketball season
off to a good start last Friday
night with our game against
Cristobal High School. We didn't
win but, as the saying goes, we
put up an waful good fight. CH8
was definitely favored, but by
the end of the first half it looked
as if J.C. might surprise everybo-
dy and come out on top. It was a
fast game, moving up and down
from one end of the court to the
other. Trout was showing off his
usual basketball whiz, and those
McArthur boys were really some-
thing to watch. Oh, but everybody
played a wonderful game. It wjs
just heartbreaking that the final
score had to be 33 to 40 in favor
of CHS.
They were quite a few J.C.ers
out at the game, comparatively.
But there were still an awful lot
of you who didn't come. There
are a lot of you who Just don't
bother to come out to the games.
In fact there's one boy who al-
ways comments on the prodding
this column gives to folks to come
to the games, but who never
shows up. What's the matter with
you people? Ain't you got no loy-
alty? Now let's see vou all at the
gam?tonlte. We are paving Bal-
boa High School, and think of
what m excuse it makes for not
doIn- homework!
Most of J.C. did turn out to sea
the play last Wednesday and
Thursday nites. We were glad to
hear that the "dorm boys"
thought so much of It they ca'nle
to see it both nltes. The show
really went over with the audi-
ences and Mr. Turbyflll certainly
deserves the proverbial orchids.
He really did a good job of
knocking that cast into shape.
And that's just about what he
had to do sometimes. Of course
the cast deserves some applause
too. But they had enough fun do
ing it to make up for the lack of
glory here.
AXtei the final show Thursday
night, the cast and all the stage
crew went out to a bar-b-que
(that means hamburgers) to ce-
lebrate. There they sat going
over the whole thing like the foot-
ball team used to replay the
games in the Lounge. Dru Mc-
Connell bemoaned the trials and
tribulations of making those bibs
and tuckers for all the vickers;
Tom Peterson was still holding
his Jaw where Larry Parks
carried away aiyl really slu$*etl
him and so It went on into the
night. Then up bright and ear'y
the next morning to tear down
the scenery. And another good
show bites the dust.
A lot of the folks from J.C.
turned out to see the Missouri and
the other ships while they were
here last week-end. Sunday some
of them went on a minor Coo'-.s
tour of the Missouri. That's quite
an impressive ship. Did you know
that every time they fire one of
those big sixteen-lnch guns It
costs the same as a brand new
Packard? Yup. And with the navy
flooding the town, Frances Far-
rell (of the ankle-dangling fame)
and Knee Knee Dorgan rode a-
rounc town "singing" the old
basketball cheer "Knit one, pearl
two. Navy, yoo hoo!" What fun!
M
3
Our ex-J.C.-fellow-lnmate, Jim
Roddy is up In Gorgas Hospital
now. He had an operation on lib
leg last Friday, and is expecting
another one soon. It Is possible
that Jimmy may need some
blood, so you folks with lota of
blood you'd like to give awav,
keep posted on Roddy's progress.
Oke> And if you've got lota of
spare time going to waste, whv
not drop in and see him. It gets
awfully boring up there flat on
your back.
Two other ex-J.C.ers are get-
ting married soon. Jean Bolln is
becoming Mrs. Testa this Friday
night at the Cocoli Episcopal
Church. Phyllis Malson will be-
come Mrs. Flynn next Wednes-
day up in Florida. Well, best of
luck and happiness to you, lean
and Phyllis.
Edna Curies has been honored
several times lately for her forth-
coming marriage. The latest was
a surprise shower out at Gamboa
at Colla Goodln's house. Edna is
really being showered with all
kinds of lovely things for h M
marriage. And there's no one we
would rather shower!
Well, fellas, there's a dance
comltig up this Friday that aro-
mlses to be a peach. It's the
Gamma Chl's Barn Dance. This
is Tuesday and that is Friday so
let your dates right away. They
have gotten up a cute little floor
show and everything for It. So
get a move on.
While you're at it, you mlRht
get a date for the banquet too.
It's going to be on May 18, in case
you haven't seen the. posters and
the date box will be out soon. So
get your dates soon.
C.H.S. News
By Jane Compton
, These days are busy days! No one has time to do anything
yet somehow it all gets done. There wasn't even time to write
School News but here it is.
The S. A. candidates for the coming school year were chosen
by the Nominating Committee In room 102 on Monday. Some
additional members who were petitioned by the students were
considered for the ballot. The candidates for President are: Bob
Bulley, Yolanda Diez, and Noel McGinn; for vice-president Betty
lair, Carl Pinto, and Nancy Karlger. Francisco Wong, Nellie
Holgerson, and Joanne Recela are in the running for seoretary,
and Charlie Thompson, Vllma Rodriguez, and Robert Cranberry
lor treasurer. Campaign plans are in the making. To date there
is calmness which may develop into soap-box speeches etcetera
any moment. Even the senlori can't resist voicing opinions. Seems
strange to believe they won't be here next year.
Seniors! Caps and gowns will be distributed May 1. Please
turn in rental fee of $2 as soon as possible to Albert Attia or
Dick DuCote. Honor Society members who wish to buy their
tassels should bring an addltolnal thirty-five cents.
Officers for the Atlantic Side Teen Age Association
were'chosen and the results were as follows: Jacquie Boyle,
president; vice-president, Nellie Holgerson; secretary, Betty
Tarr; and treasurer, Talmadge Salter. The dub was open
for members on Saturday night.
The Art Honor Society met to discuss the plans for their
annual Apache party. Each member Is to bring a guest of the
opposite sex. The scene of the party will be the Margarita teen-
age club, which will be decorated as a French tavern, a fitting
place for a gay rendezvous. Virginia Fahle Is in charge of the
guests, Rita Fisher Is in charge of the French dishes and Andy
Lim in charge of decorations. Diane McLaren Is in charge of
programs. Miss Worrell and the rest of the members are looking
forward to the night of the 27th.
The Thespians met to discuss plans for an operetta next
year. There is much work in back of a production like this. Sing-
ing and dancing talent must be found.
A short assembly was held Tuesday afternoon. There were
plans to present two short plays, but the one the ninth grade
English classes were to. give was cancelled, because one of the
members of the cast was absent. Anyhow a fine performance of
"The Trystlng Place" was enjoyed by everyone. Parts were taken
by Bob Granberry, Martha Graham, Pat Howard, Dick DuCote,
Kathryn Daniel, and Jack Randall.
In the line of sports CHS. played three games against Col-
lege this weekend. On Friday night our Junior Varsity beat the
College Junior Varsity by a score of 39-19. Following that game
our big Varsity played a very exciting game against the College
Varsity. The boys really gave the crowd a thrill; the score was
too close for comfort In one spot. Finally C.H.S. came out on top
with a score of 40-33.
On Saturday morning the College girls' softball team came
over to slug It out with our "A" League Allstars.
It drizzled, but the weather cleared and they played It
out to a 23-10 victory in favor of Cristbal. Irma Leignadlrr,
our little pitcher, made a home run on a line drive down
third. Hannigan and Boyle also made the home run list
on errors.
The "21" Club has been enjoying free soft drinks for five
days. The drinks were generously donated by Mr. Tagaropulos,
who was impressed with the showing the "21" Club gave at the
Rotary meeting.
The Varsity Club had a meeting on Wednesday to discuss
new membs. The girls decided to let some girls In at the end
of this year, a new policy which was initiated for the senior
girls who won't have another chance to Join the Varsity. The
names haven't been decided upon, but those girls who have made
at least two all-stars this year will be Initiated.
That about culminates the news of the week. Don't forget
the big, important event of the year comi/.g up in the near
future: the Junior-Senior Prom on May 5.

Hale Story Is Basis
For CZJC Broadcast
On HOG Next Sunday
A esser-known story by a fa-
mous short story writer provides
the basis for the radio broadcast
to be given by the class In drama-
tics, of Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege'Sunday at 7 p.m. over sta-
tion HOG. Panama.
Edward Everett Hale, author of
"The Man Without a Country"
and many other outstanding sto-
ries, wrote "My Double and How
He Undid Me," which will be g!*-
en by six men and five women of
the theater group of the college,
under the direction of Subcrt
Tuibyflll, and by special arrange-
ment with Len Worcester, station
manager of HOG.
This Is the third and final dra-
matization in the series of "les-
ser-known stories" by famous au-
thors given during the present
theater season by the college dra-
ma group. It is also the sixth pro-
duction of the current season and
will oring the ninth season to a
close.
All theater patrons will be a-
greer.bly entertained with a most
unusual comedy when they tune
ft for "My Double and How He
Undid Me" over station HOG
Sunday at 7 p.m.
St Lukes Spring Festival
Lists Full Afternoons Fun
Jap War Criminals
Listed For Parole
TOKYO. April 24 (UP)Seven
Japenese war criminals will be
Raro led from Sugamo prison
ere effective May 3.
This will bring to 242 the
number of war criminals who
have been permitted to serve on-
ly a portion of their sentences
under the SCAP sponsored
parole plan.
Using by permission the spe-
cial call letters KZ5KZ of the
Canal Zone, R.M. Howe, local
"ham" radio operator, will de-
monstrate to the public how a
"ham" station works at St.
Luke's Spring festival, which will
open Saturday, at 3 p.m. at Mor-
gan's Gardens.
If atmospheric conditions per-
mit and the wave band behaves,
spectators may get a chance to
talk to someone In their home
town. The operator will make
"spot calls" In an endeavor to
pick up "ham" stations In the
States.
Listeners will hear calls com-
ing in over the laud speaker, and
those lucky enough to be present
when and if contact Is
made with a home station will
have an opportunity to talk.
There will be pony rides for
children, arranged for by Col.
and Mrs. A.A. Dobak. Three
ponies, lent by Horace Pires, will
be led over a track on the old
railroad embankment on the far
side of the garden.
At 7:15 p.m. Corporals Jerry
Sherman and Ellis Fortune of
the Station Hospital, Fort Clay-
ton, will open a G.I. Jam Show
Corporal Sherman will also ap-
pear at Balboa Stadium Friday
evening.
Arrangements for the G I
Jam Show have been handled by
Corporal A.S. Levlne.
Dart games under the direc-
tion of Corporal David Hutch-
ings may be played during the
afternoon hours.
Other attractions are a super-
vised wading pool for mat
children, "Free the Goote," i
Fortune Telling booth, movies fa,
children and adults, community
singing, and country dancing.
Plant and bake sales will b*>
conducted during the afternoon.
The country store and rellgioua
bookshop will open for business
at 3 p.m. Also for sale at the re-
ligious bookshop will be prints of
the facade of St. Luke's Cathe-
dral and All Souls' Chapel and
Columbarium, now being cons-
tructed.
A white elephant auction will
be held at 5:30 p.m.
Balloons, "cokes," hamburgers,
hot dogs, coffee, and Ice cream
will be sold.
urged
rde
Camera enthusiasts are
to bring their cameras, garden
tours having been arranged for
by Mrs. "Pat" Morgan.
General admission to the fes-
tival Is twenty-five cents, child-
ren under twelve being admitted
free if accompanied by an adult.
Tickets may be obtained at
Bishop Morris Hall, from mem-
bers of the parish, or at the gate.
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ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. r.. MARTES, ABRIL 4, 151
CINCO CENTESIMO
Se ampla la brecha abierta por los rojos
Han perdido
los rojos 15
mil hombres
Persiguen la destruccin
de los aliados a cual-
quier costo
TOKIO, bril 24. .
El General Matthew B. Rldg-
way dijo que "todo parece Indi-
car que la ofensiva comunis-
ta es un nuevo esfuerzo del
enemigo para sacar a las fuer-
zas d las Naciones Unidas de
Corea, o destruirlas, sin tener
en cuenta la destruccin de sus
propias fuerzas y la continua
devastacin criminal de Corea".
Rldgway se encontraba visi-
tando a Corea, y dijo a los
periodistas que se encuentran
sumamente complacidos con las
tremendas bajas ocasionadas al
enemigo. Clculos no oficiales
Indican que mas de 15,000 sol-
dados comunistas han sido
muertos o heridos en las pri-
meras 24 horas de la ofensiva.
Rldgway dijo que se encon-
traba en Corea porque es "la
responsabilidad bsica del Co-
mando" de encontrarse en el
campo de batalla cuando lab
fases potenciales y decisivas de
una batalla ocurren. Dijo que
el Comandante Supremo debe
estar en el campo durante el
desarrollo de las "fases decisi-
vas" a fin de obtener de los
Pasa a la Pag.. 2. col. )
No se encuentra el
el presupuesto de
modo de
Rentas
balancear ^ un cos* e8Ca^^"anle se
cierne la amenaza de que se
corte la ruta Suel-Chunchon
)
Gastos
Hay conflicto de criterios
en el seno de la Comisin
Legislativa que lo estudia
No debe alarmar
el caso de fiebre
habido en Bocas
El Director de Salud Pbli-
ca, doctor Roberto Sandoval in-
form en la maana de hoy
que solo se habla registrado un
caso de fiebre amarilla en el
pas, y qu estudios realizados
por una comisin de expertos
en fiebre amarilla de la Zona
del Canal en Bocas del Toro,
haban confirmado qre la si-
tuacin no era de alarma. Que
era probable que en los meses
de agosto o septiembre, huble-
(Pasa a la Pgina fc. Caltwna 7>
Por cuatro votos gan
su primera prueba el
Gabinete de G. Bretaa
Aneurin Bevan, quien renunci un Ministerio, se
mantuvo leal al Partido Laborista
Una grave situacin se plan-
te en el seno de la Comisin
Legislativa en la maana de
hoy, al surgir una "Impasse" en
el seno de la misma cuando
una mayora de los comisiona-
dos se pronunci en el sentido
de no aprobar un recorte par-
cial de sueldos, por conside-
rarlo una Injusticia en vista del
alto costo de la vida. Un voce-
ro de la comisin declar que
en caso de que se llegara a
la medida extrema de rebajar
los sueldos sta debia afectar
al Presidente de la Repblica,
a los diputados a la Asamblea
Nacional y a los miembros del
Poder Judicial. Como quiera que
a estos dos.ltimos grupos no
se les puede rebajar los suel-
dos si no es por ley, la medi-
da no podra llevarse a cabo.
Por otra parte, no hay am-
biente tampoco para eliminar
ms empleos, y lo que es ms
grave, no hay entradas sufi-
cientes para pagar la suma a
que asciende el proyecto de
presupuesto, segn los Informes
(Paaa a la Pg. coi. i)
Al Tesoro de la
ciudad de Coln
deben B/. 32.000
COLON, abril 24. Del Te-
sorero Municipal seor Teodoro
Navas L., hemos recibido el si-
guiente comunicado que damos
a continuacin:
"Despus de una revisin ge-
neral de las cuentas de todos
los contribuyentes del Distrito,
el suscrito ha realizado que s-
tos adeudan al Fisco Municipal,
et concepto de Impuestos atra-
sados, la crecida cantidad de
ms de treinta y dos mil bal-
boas.
Como es fcil comprender una
situacin semejante, no puede
continuar por tiempo Indefini-
do, mxime cuando entre esos
comerciantes morosos hay al-
gunos que deben Impuestos de
un ao y hasta dos.
Nadie Ignora que el comer-
cio colonense atraviesa por una
era de estrecheces y dificulta-
des; el suscrito tesorero, cono-
ce perfectamente esa situacin
y por ello est listo a entrar
(Pasa a 1 Pg. 2, col. C)
Decreta el Gobierno el cierre
de la emisora ;Radio Nacional'
que funciona en esta capital
Por orden del Ministro de Oo- Ingenieros Prescott y Valds.
blerno y Justicia, la Polica Na-
cional suspendi a las 12.05 mi-
nutos de hoy, el funclonamlen-
Al tomar esta decisin, el Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia se
pronuncia en los siguientes tar-
to de los transmisores de la | minos en la Resolucin que so-
"Radio Nacional" (Emisoras
HOQ yHOQQ) hasta tanto pue-
dan ser corregidos completa-
mente defectos reportados por
los seores Richard D. Prescott,
Ingeniero Tcnico de Comuni-
caciones y Ramn Valds, Jefe
de Radiocomunicaciones.
Por medio de dichas emisoras
se transmite el radio-peridico
"La Tribuna", rgano de pro-
paganda del Partido Revolucio-
narlo Independiente (PRI)
La clausura de la emisora,
cuyas oficinas y plantas se en-
cuentran ubicadas detrs del
almacn "5a. Avenida", en la
Avenida Central, fue ordenada
por el Mayor Camarena, que se
present acompaado por los
n
"Alerta Completo
se realizar en
la Zona del Canal
El Comandante en Jefe del
Caribe, Teniente General Wi-
lliam H. H. Morris Jr., anunci
hoy que muy pronto se or-
denar un estado de "Alerta
Completo" para probar los pla-
nes de movimiento y despliegue,
en una maniobra militar total,
de las Fuerzas Armadas de los
Estados Unidos estacionadas en
la Zona del Canal.
El General Morris declar que
este ejercicio se ha distingui-
do con el nombre de "Opera-
cin Cracker". "Hemos trazado
un ejercicio de campaa que
requiere la participacin de to-
das las Fuerzas Armadas en la
Zona del Canal. Nuestras fuer-
(Pasa a la Pg. Col. )
LONDRE8, Abril 24 (UP)
Aneurin Bevan apoy al Gobier-
no anoche en la primera prueba
a que se ha visto sometido el
Gabinete Laborista desde que
Bevan renunci al Ministerio de
Trabajo, y ayud a derrotar la
propuesta Conservadora.
La propuesta Conservadora
para anular el aumento de ta-
rifas ferroviarias fu rechazada
por 207 votos contra 203.
Bevan encabez la revuelta
dentro del Partido Laborista
contra el Primer Ministro Cle-
ment Attlee, pero anoche el di-
rigente del ala Izquierda del La-
borismo indic claramente que
no se propone provocar la cada
del Gabinete y hacer posible
que los Conservadores de Wins-
ton Churchill tengan oportuni-
dad de conquistar el poder.
Aparentemente, Bevan se pro-
pone seguir la misma poltica
que sigui el Conservador An-
thony Edn en 1938 cuando
abandon el Gobierno de Neville
Chamberlain por no estar de
acuerdo con su poltica respec-
to a la Italia de Mussolini. Eden.
Pks a la Par Col. >
Pagando un 50% ms Inglaterra
recibir de la Argentina 200
mil toneladas de carne anual
Fue herido por un
polica en Coln
un maleante ayer
COLON, abril 24. (AM).
A las 4:30 de la madrugada
del dia de ayer fue herido
mientras se daba a la fuga.
Ignorando las voces de alto de
la polica, Harmodio Murlllo,
quien fue sorprendido mien-
tras se dedicaba a robar en
la casa 8054 de la Calle 11
entre Avenida Melndez y San-
ta babel.
El mencionado sujeto fue he-
rido mientras trataba de es-
capar despus de Ignorar los
disparos hechos al aire por el
agente No. 1199 Jorge Morales,
quien lo persegua.
An despus de herido logr
eludir a su perseguidor solo
para ser capturado minutos
ms tarda cuando se present
(Pasa a la Pg. I. Col. )
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
22.300
BUENOS AIRES, Abril, 24 (UP
Tras nueve meses de eslar
suspendidos los embarques de
carne argentina a Gran Breta-
a, los dos pases han firmado
un contrato mediante el CtfJ
estos se reanudarn.
Gran Bretaa recibir ahora
un mnimo de 200 mil tonela-
das al ao, pagando aproxima-
damente un 50 por ciento mas
Las siete semanas de nego-
ciaciones las ms difciles y
secretas en la historia entre los
dos pases dleson por rebul-
tado la firma protocolar del
Tratado de Comercio Anglo-Ar-
cntlno de 1949, que hace ur
este documento ms prctico y
icll de cumplirse.
Argentina logr que se acep-
tarn la mayor parte de sus
puntos de vista, pero por o.ra
parte los britnicos no tendrr
c,ue suministrar tanto petric.-,
carbn y hojalata. Gran Breta-
a reducir sus embarques e
petrleo de 5,550,000 toneladas
a 4,000,000, presmese que te-
niendo en cu entra las perspec-
tivas en la zona de Irn.
El carbn disminuir de 1,-
500.000 toneladas a 500,000, y la
hojalata de 30,000 toneladas a
27,000.
El protocolo fu firmado a
las 5 de la tarde de ayer por o
Canciller Argentino Hiplito
Pas y el miembro del GablniU
Britnico, John Edwards.
El Tratado originalmente e,
Estrena el jueves
la Republicana el
pasillo "Don Pepe"
La Banda Republicana estre-
nar en su concierto del Jucvi-r
estrenar un pasillo, del cual
fc3 autor el Director de la inii-
ma, el maestro Eduardo Chai-
pentier, dedicado al Ministro
de Gobierno y Justicia, Jfs
Clemente de Obaldia.
La nueva produccin d?l
maestro Charpentler se tltala
Don Pepe", y sin duda alguna
>,ue ese da concurrir una e-
norme cantidad de pblico fti
Parque de Santa Ana para es-
cuchar sta nueva pieza m'-oi-
cal, ya que segn hemos so
informados es una de las me-
jores creaciones del Director de
ia Banda Republicana.
Siete criminales
de guerra nazis
morirn ahorcados
WASHINGTON, abril 24. (UP)
Siete nazis criminales de
guerra morirn en la horca, al
negarse el Tribunal Supremo a
considerar el recurso de ape-
lacin presentado por su abo-
gado Warren Magee, con ofi-
cina en Washington.
Los nazis fueron condenados
por los tribunales militares de
Alemania, quienes los declara-
ron culpables del asesinato de
miles de paisanos durante la
segunda guerra mundial Todos
ellos son ex-oflclales de las tro-
pas de asalto y funcionarlos de
los campamentos de concentra-
cin, quienes debieron ser eje-
cutados el 13 de febrero.
La ejecucin se suspendi por
Intermedio d e 1 Departamento
de Estado mientras el Tribu-
nal Supremo estudiaba el ca-
so. Previamente dos tribunales
federales hablan rechazado sus
apelaciones. El rechazo del tri-
bunal cierra el caso y de hecho
confirma la orden de ejecu-
cin.
En el cementerio de la pri-
sin de Landsberg en Bavie-
ra, en donde se encuentran es-'
perando el resultado del fallo,
se han abierto dos veces las fo-
sas para los sentenciados, es-
perando su ejecucin.
Magee adujo que los senten-
ciados ya no son extranjeros
enemigos porque Alemania Oc-
cidental coopera con Estados U-
nldos en la defensa comn dei
occidente europeo, y que la nue-
va Constitucin de Alemania,
aprobada por los aliados, pros-
cribe la pena de muerte.
Adujo tambin que no hablan
tenido trato legal equitativo en
los tribunales militares que los
Juzgaron, y de los tribunales
federales secundarlos que re-
chazaron sus recursos de ape-
lacin. En enero pasado las au-
toridades aliadas revisaron las
sentencias de otros condena-
Drsticas disposiciones se
adoptan para construccin
de aceras en lotes y casas
-..-'
El Alcalde Municipal del Dls-de sesenta (60) das a partir
trlto, Licenciado ngel Vega
Mndes, ha sancionado un a-
cuerdo del ayuntamiento por el
de la sancin del presente
cuerdo.
Artculo segundo: Vencido el
cual se dictan disposiciones re- trmino establecido en el Art.
anterior, el Alcalde del Distrito
ordenar la construccin o re-
aracln de las aceras, segn
uere el caso, disponiendo que
latlvos a la construccin y re-
paracin de aceras.
Las disposiciones son del si-
guiente tenor:
Articulo primero: Todos los
propietarios de bienes inmue-
bles situados dentro del radio
urbano o dentro del extra-ra-
dio, segn lo delimiten los A-
cuerdos Municipales, estn en
la obligacin, bien se trate de
casas o de lotes, de construir
y reparar las correspondientes
aceras en un plazo no mayor
P
llu-n, tii t,oov/i uiain/iiixiiuv uwv
la obra se ejecute dlrectamen- Jori Wcn y que esta
bre el particular fue dictada
esta maana:
"Desde hace varios aos, con
bastante frecuencia, se han ve-
nido presentando quejas con-
tra las transmisiones de dichas
estaciones HOQ y HOQQ, de-
bido a deficiencias de los trans-
misores y a negligencia del ope-
rador, que en muchos casos no
es un tcnico en la materia.
Todo ello constituye violacin
de los decretos Ejecutivos y a
los principios generales adop-
tados en Convenios Internacio-
nales sobre radiodifusin".
La Resolucin dice que "Las
estaciones HOQ y HOQQ no
renen en la actualidad el m-
nimo de condiciones para efec-
tuar sus transmisiones sin In-
terferir con otras estaciones de
Panam o del exterior, y tam-
bin con los receptores de los
radioescuchas vecinos del lu-
gar donde estn instaladas".
Los chinos envan regimienta tras regimiento qu
"se resbalan en un charco de sangre"
TOKIO, Abril 24 (UP) Ur-
gente. Miles de comunistas
cuinos avanzaron entre 18 y
20 millas a travs de una .f-
cha en la linea de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea, y amenazan
cortar la vital carretera 3cl
Chunchon bastante al sur el
Paralelo 38.
Regimiento tras regimiento c'.e
chinos, incluyendo la caballera
continuaron pasando por la Me-
aba que se abre ms y ms en
el frente central, y lograron a-
vanzar a diez millas y mo U
sur del Paralelo a un costo t>-
calofriante para sus propias
ti opas.
El General James A. Van
Fleet, Comandante del Octavo
Ejrcito se apresur a enviar
efuerzos en un Intento de con-
tener el avance rojo antes que
sta atrape a las fuerzas de ias
Naciones Unidas en cualquicia
de los flancos.
Justamente al oeste de la
biecha, una columna de las Na-
ciones Unidas se abri pase Jcl
encerramiento en que se en-
contraba al sur de Chorwon, a
17 millas al norte del Paraie.u
y masacraron a casi 700 chin'*
a quienes emboscaron en el ta-
lle. Un informe dice que IM
sobrevivientes chinos "se rea-
balaban y caan en pozos da
sangre" mientras trataban d#
sacar a sus muertos del valle.
(Pasa a la Pierna b. Columna 71
Los universitarios
discutirn sobre el
alza de matrcula
En el dia de ayer se rer.l
el Comit Central Ejecutivo del
Llrectorlo de la Unin de Eva-
cuantes Universitario para dis-
cutir lo relacionado con la ulti-
ma decisin de la Administra-
cin de nuestra ms alta Casa
e Estudios de aumentar la uU
tricula en un ciento por ciento.
Se nos ha pedido informar a
todos los estudiantes unive. si-
tarlos que se abstengan de m&-
incularse hasta tanto no se
llegue a n acuerdo definiti-
vo en tal asunto y aslmii..o
estamos en capacidad de afir-
mar que odo el estudiantado
universitario Ir a la huelga S
e* necesario una vez que se de-
crete una Convencin en el pro-
ximo mes de Mayo para diluci-
dar una vez por todas, todas les
fallas de la Administracin uni-
versitaria.
B Dr. Laureano
mismo ya tiene
ms esperanzas
RIO DE JANEIRO, Abril 24 (U.
P.)La vctima de cncer, Dr.
Napoleao Laureano, le dijo a la
prensa que le acreditaba su me-
Don Fabio Arosemena
El ltimo superviviente del
primer Consejo Municipal de
Panam, Instalado en el ao
de 1903, don Fablo Arosemena,
celebra hoy su cumpleaos.
Al registrar esta nota social,
nos complace presentar a tan
Ilustre patricio nuestras feli-
citaciones ms cordiales.
te por empleados municipales
o por Intermedio de contratis-
tas particulares.
Articulo tercero: El valor del
trabajo ejecutado en las con-
diciones del Articulo anterior
ser pagado por el propietario
remiso a su Justo precio, acor-
dado ste mediante consulta del
Alcalde del Distrito con las per-
sonas o empresas dedicadas a
los trabajos de construccin.
Artculo cuarto: En caso de
que el propietario comprendido
en los trminos de los artculos
anteriores no cancele* el gasto
ocasionado en el trmino de R
das, la deuda contrada se con-
siderar de plazo vencido y el
Municipio recabar su pago me-
diante el ejercicio de la Juris-
diccin coactiva y entrando en
gos ocasionados por el juicio,
la liquidacin final los recar-
gos ocasionados por el juicio.
Artculo Quinto: De confor-
midad con lo establecido en el
Artculo No. 44 de la Consti-
tucin Nacional y en vista de
que en la actualidad hay va-
rios propietarios de casas y lo-
tes en el Distrito i capital a
quienes se les han construido
aceras por cuenta del Munici-
pio que se niegan a pagar el
Importe respectivo, se les con-
cede un plazo Improrrogable de
cinco <5i das a partir de la
sancin de este Acuerdo para
que cubran el monto de la obra
ya realizada. Si asi no lo hi-
cieren se proceder a su cobro
por los medios legales al alcan-
ce de la Tesorera Municipal,
la cual entregar esta suma a
los contratistas que realizaron
(Pasa a la Pgina 8. Columna )
lipulaba que Gran Bretaa re- dos a muerte y libraron de la
'Pasa a la sagiwa t, cal. > horca a 21.
Los mdicos particulares ya no
atendern ms casos de T. B. C.
por cuenta del Seguro Social
La Caja de Seguro Social ha expedido el siguiente
comunicado:
A partir del le. de Mayo prximo, los asegurados que
reciben rdenes de tratamiento per T.B.C. de esta Insti-
tucin en esta ciudad, sern atendidos en el Dispensarle
Anti-taherculoso situado en Avenida "A". Las horas dt
atencin sern en la tarde a partir de las 2 p.m., EXCLU-
SIVAMENTE para lo asegurados de la Caja, pudiendo
escoger les pacleates su mdico entre de la lista de pro-
fessesMlee *ue van a prestar ese servicio. En consecuen-
cia, la Caja de Seguro Social a partir de esa fecha no
extender sas rdenes de tratamiento per T.D.C. a m-
dicos particulares en la ciudad de Panam.
La atencin mdica que se prestar en el Dispensarle
EXCLUSIVAMENTE para lea asegurados ser completa j
abeetatamente gratuita.
Paaasa, Abril 24 de 1S5I.
CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL.
esperando las instrucciones de
su descubridor, Stevan Durovic
desde Chicago para aplicarse la
segunda serle de Inyecciones.
El Dr. Laureano, quien ee un
cancerlogo, y haba abandona-
do todas las esperanzas de se-
guir viviendo, ha continuado me
jorando desde que se le aplico
la primera serle de Inyecciones
el 5 de Abril.
Laureano dijo que los dolores
haban cesado y su temperatura
es casi normal, agregando que
si no fuera porque tiene la pier-
na derecha enyesada "se pa-
rarla y caminarla."
Dijo que es demasiado tempra-
no para predecir los resultados
finales, pero expres la creencia
que si la droga no cura comple-
tamente, por lo menos prolon-
ga la vida varios meses.
Arrestos por centenares
se realizan en Espaa
para sofocar los paros
Pero no hay todava indicios de que los obrero
proyecten regresar a sus labores
SAN SEBASTIAN, Espaa, Abril Gobierno les ha pedido que no
------ -wi-------------_ ie hagan caso a los 'propagan-
Aun que diga q no
ser candidatizado
el Gral. MacArthur
WA8HINTON, Abril 24 lUP)
Los grupos que gestionan que
MacArthur sea candidato pre-
sidencial en las prximas elec-
ciones, estn siendo organiza-
dos en todo el pas y los elec-
tores se negarn a abandona!
esos empeos "aunque el Ge-
neral diga que no". Esa es, al
menos, la opinin de Ervin He-
neaste, Jefe del movimiento
"MacArthur para Presidente"
en Washington.
Hohensee sostuvo que a pcar
que el General Dour,las Mac-
Aithur ba declarado que no de-
sea ser candidato poltico, sus
partidarios creen que si se de-
sarrolla un movimiento de gran-
des proporciones en su favor,
"el General tendr que acce-
der a los deseos del pueblo".
Hcicnsee, quien ha estao.e-
cido su oficina aqu, infor.no
c vimiento "MacArthur para Pre-
sldente" han sido organizados
en las ciudades de Denver en
Colorado, y Aaron y Canton en
Ohio.
Agreg que saldr esta sema-
na para Nueva York, en don.'c
establecer una oficina del C'.-.b
en un hotel neoyorquino. Ho-
hensee trat infructuosamente
que MacArthur fuera candida-
to presidencial en 1948.
i (UP) El Oobierno comen-
z a detener las huelgas en ti
noroeste de Espaa, pero to-
dava no hay indicios que Us
trabajadores han regresado a
us labores en grandes canti-
dades.
Los Gobernadores Civiles en
.as provincias de Gulpuzcou y
Vizcaya han ordenado a los fl-
oreros a que regresen a las la-
bncas Inmediatamente o sern
despedidos, y agentes del Go-
bierno estn efectuando arres-
tos en gran escala en amoas
provincias. En la poblacin In-
dustrial de Mondragn se han
arrestado a 50 personas
En las calles de Vergara, To-
ln y otras poblaciones de la
piovincia de Guipzcoa se han
visto refuerzos policiales por .as
calles.
El Gobierno ha nombrado al
Juez Juan Esteve Vera en Bil-
bao para que juzgue a los dl.l-
rfentes del movimiento en Viz-
caya, indicando que se han e-
icetuado muchos arrestos. Va-
rios cientos han sido arrestados
cu las recientes huelgas de
Barcelona.
Al exhortar a los obreros a
jue regresen a sus trabajos, el
distas extranjeros" y los "agi-
tadores polticos".
Registra mejora
la salud del ex-
Mariscal Petain
ILE D'YEU, Francia, abril 24.
(UP). El ex-Marlscal Philip-
pe Petain, aparentemente est
mejorando hoy dia de su cum-
pleaos, el nonagsimo quinto.
Miembros de su familia di-
cen que la bronconeumonia que
contrajo Petain el 7 de abril
ltimo, casi ha desaparecido
por completo. Pero el que fue-
ra durante la pasada guerra
Jefe del Gobierno de Vlchy si-
gue en estado grave y los m-
dicos se siguen mostrando 'muy
reservados'.
Petain, quien cumple hoy 85
aos de edad, ha recibido ya
los ltimos sacramentos de la
Iglesia catlica. El boletn emi-
tido esta maana por sus m-
iPa >% Pe Col T
Por desicin popular escogen
el domingo a la seorita que
reinar en la Feria de Coln
COLON. Abril, 22 (BPF) -
Entre las siete candidatos cic-
gldas el sbado pasado en ia
ciudad de Coln para el Rema-
do de la Feria de Mayo, se en-
cuentra la bellsima y encan-
tadora Srta. Virginia Rodrguez,
candidate de "El Panam
/.inrlca"-
Ante numerosjslma eoncu-
unca en las salones del Jar-
da Monaco fueron elegidas, a-
jtmas de la mencionada seno-
uta, las siguientes Jvenes bel-
dades: Srta. Olga Lelgnadlti.
Candldata del Club Interamcl-
cano de Mujeres; Srta. Giocon-
da Apolayo, candldata de La
hitrella de Panam; Srta. fan-
cy Sasso. candldata de "El Pau"
Srta. Margarita Barcenas, can-
dldata de los cadetes latinoa-
"Esenciales" son
consideradas las
fajas elsticas
WASHINGTON, Abril 24 U?)
Las fajas elsticas son con-
sideradas esenciales para l>l
mujeres, y por lo tanto el Go-
bierno ha anunciado que u..a
ran cantidad de ellas sciun
abricadas durante Mayo y
Junio.
La Oficina Nacional de Fn-
duccln ha anunciado que h
concedido un diez por ele..to
ms de caucho para artceos
n.trcanos de la Escuela Mi..- j civiles esenciales en Mayo ,ue
lar de Fort Gullck; Srta. Tlic<
.na Castillo, candldata del Cl ar-
de Leones; y Srta. Alicia Wcng,
candldata de la Sociedad Cvi-
ca Chlricana.
De' entre este grupo de elwta
ser elegida la Reina de la Fi-
na, en acto que tendr lu;,-r
el prximo sbado. Las seis rei-
nantes pasarn, a formar paite
de la corte de honor de .
Reina.
(Pasa a la Pg. f. Col )
ei concedido en Abril. La mLa.a
cantidad ser concedida en
Junio.
Al anuncio significa que ias
reservas de caucho para cop-
sumo civil sern casi lo mls.no
que el promedio mensual de
consumo durante 1940-50.
Los productos civiles "esen-
ciales" Incluyen llantas para
camiones y tractores, correa
maquinarla y tajas elstica
para mujeres.


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|N U1 TALLERES SITUADO EN ESTA CIUDAD. CALLE H. NO 57
LA REBAJA DE SUELDOS
Se considera ahora en la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente la conveniencia o la inconveniencia de
hacer una rebaja general de sueldos con el objeto
de reducir los gastos del Estado a la cifra en que
ge han calculado sus rentas. Se estima que es in-
dispensable para esa finalidad que el recorte sea
de unos tres millones de balboas para el resto del
presente ao.
Es evidente que el mtodo ms sencillo para
obtener la reduccin que se busca consiste en fijar
el porcentaje necesario que deba rebajarse. Es una
operacin elemental. El sistema es simplista en ex-
tremo. Su resultado matemtico ha de ser ms o
menos exacto. Pero sus repercusiones en la econo-
ma nacional y en la eficiencia de los servicios p-
blicos han de ser desastrosas. Los empleados p-
blicos, por regla general, hacen mucho menos de
lo que estn llamados a hacer. Con la rebaja de
sus sueldos harn muchsimo menos. Por otra par-
te, es tan alto el costo de,la vida y son tan bajas
las asignaciones oficiales que stas quedaran re-
ducidas a raciones de hambre.
Bien est que se contemple una rebaja general
de sueldos cuando una empresa ha puesto ya en
prctica otras medidas de economa y stas deben
ser realmente de mayor alcance. Pero iniciar las
economas con disminucin de salarios en una po-
ca de elevados costos envuelve un grave error. La
situacin que se producira sera poco menos que
insostenible.
Como todo mundo sabe el Estado mantiene ser-
vicios claramente innecesarios y como es un hecho
palpable que an dentro de los servicios necesa-
rios hay muchos gastos superfluos, lo prudente es
efectuar los recortes con eliminaciones de esta ca-
tegora. Y no se diga que es difcil determinar cu-
les son los gastos superfluos. Ellos saltan a la
vista, por as decirlo. Cualquier jefe de oficina sa-
be o debera saber que en su departamento abun-
da material de donde se pueden hacer recortes sus-
tanciales que, de llevarse a cabo, produciran una
mayor eficiencia en la labor administrativa.
No debera cometerse la injusticia de aplicar
una medida de carcter general y eminentemente
gravosa que envuelve un castigo para los emplea-
dos eficientes que estn ya mal remuneradas y en
ciertos casos recargados de trabajo. La solucin,
como se ha dicho muchas veces, es otra. Se encuen-
tra en la eliminacin de los gastos superfluos y en
una mayor efectividad en la percepcin de los im-
puestos existentes.
Y no debe soslayarse el problema. Grave error
sera aprobar un presupuesto que autoriza eroga-
ciones que no pueden cubrirse por falta de entra-
das. El pas ha sufrido ya la dura experiencia de
gastar ms de lo que produce.
"La amenaza comunista es global"
declar MacArthur en el Cong
reso
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WASHINGTON. (USIS). La
siguiente es una transcripcin
extraoficial del texto del dis-
curso pronunciado por el Gene-
ral Douglas MacArthur en la
sesin conjunta del Senado y
la Cmara de Representantes
de los Estados Unidos, ayer.
"Seor Presidente del Senado,
seor Presidente de la Cmara
de Representantes, distinguidos
miembros del Congreso:
"Vengo a esta tribuna con
un sentido de profunda humil-
dad y gran orgullo. Humildad
ante aquellos grandes ameri-
canos, arquitectos de nuestra
historia, que la han ocupado
antes que yo. Orgullo ante ta
reflexin de que esta forma de
debate legislativo representa la
libertad humana en la forma
ms pura que se haya conce-
bido.
Aqu se concentran la espe-
ranza, las aspiraciones y la fe
de todo el genero humano. No
estoy aqu como abogado de
ninguna causa partidarista,
pues las cuestiones son fun-
damentales y estn ms all
del radio de la consideracin
partidarista. Ellas deben resol-
verse en el ms elevado pla-
no del Inters nacional para
que resulte firme nuestro ca-
mino y se proteja nuestro fu-
turo.
Confio, por tanto, en que me
"Durante los ltimos 50 aos
el chino se ha militarizado
en sus conceptos e ideales
"Los que apaciguan a la China Roja son ciegos a
las lecciones de la historia," dijo
vez de .seguir un camino a
ciegas a la realidad de que ia
era colonial es cosa del' pa-
sado y de que los pueblos del
Asia no tienen el derecho de
forjar su propio destino libre.
Lo que ellos quieren ahora es
orientacin amistosa, compren-
sin y apoyo, no direccin im-
perativa, quieren dignidad e
Igualdad, y no la vergenza de
la subyugacin
8u nivel de vida de antes
de la guerra, angustiosamente
bajo, es infinitamente ms ba-
jo ahora por la devastacin
causada por la guerra. Las ideo-
logas del mundo actan es-
casamente en el pensamiento
asitico y son poco entendidas.
Por lo que lucha el pueblo
es por la oportunidad de un
poco mas de comida para el
estmago, un poco ms de ro-
pa para su cuerpo, y un te-
haris justicia al acoger lo que cho ms firme sobre sus ca-
tengo que decir tan solo comO|bezas, y para la realizacin de
expresin de punto de vista de I ias nacionalidades normales cla-
un conciudadano americano. Me
dirijo a vosotros sin rencor ni
encono en el crepsculo de la
vida con un solo propsito- en
man por la libertad poltica.
Estas condiciones politico-so-
ciales tienen solo una relacin
indirecta sobre nuestra propia
man un antecedente para el
planeamiento que debe conside-
rarse minuciosamente si quere-
la mente, servir a mi patria. seguridad nacional, pero for-
Las cuestiones son globales y
se hallan tan entrelazadas que
la consideracin de los proble-
mas de un sector con olvido
de los de otro slo conducira
al desastre del todo. Aun cuan-
do se hace comnmente refe-
rencia al Asia como la puerta
de Europa, no es menos cierto
que Europa es la puerta del
Asia, y la amplia influencia de
una no puede dejar de refle-
jarse sobre la otra.
En estas condiciones, el Pa-
cifico no representa ya ave-
nidas de amenaza o" acceso de
un potencial Invasor. Asume, en
su lugar, el aspecto amistoso
de un lago de paz.
Nuestra linea de defensa es
natural y puede mantenerse
con un mnimum de esfuerzos
y gastos militares. Ella no con-
templa ataque contra nadie, ni
provee los bastiones esenciales
para las operaciones ofensivas,
pero, debidamente mantenida,
seria una defensa invencible
contra la agresin. El soste-
nimiento de esta lnea de de-
fensn en el Pacifico occidental
depende por entero de qu man-
tengamos todos los segmentas
de la misma, pues una brecha
grande de esa linea por una
potencia no amiga, la hara
vulnerable a un ataque deter-
minado contra otro segmento
grande. Esta es una tesis mili-
tar con respecto a la cual no
he hallado an~' un dirigente
militar que disienta.
Por esa razn, he recomen-
dado firmemente, como asun-,
to de urgencia militar que ba-
jo ninguna circunstancia- de-
be caer Formosa bajo el con-
trol comunista. Ese acontec- .
miento amenazara de una ves
mos evitar los fracasos de la la libertad de las Filipinas y la
ausencia de realismo.
De importancia ms directa
prdida del Japn, y podra
obligar a nuestra frontera oc-'
tratelco del Ocano Pacifico
en el curso de la ltima gue-
rra. Antes de ella la frontera
estratgica occidental de los
Hay quienes alegan que nes-1 Estados Unidos se hallaba en
tra fuerza es inadecuada para la lnea literal de las Amrl-
proteger los dos frentes, que no. cas con una saliente insular
podemos dividir nuestro esfuer- | expuesta, que se extendera a
Z0" SJ.,pued0 t*"531" e" "na j travs de Hawaii, Miday y
expresin de mayor derrotismo. I Guam hasta las Filipinas. Esa
j B'un, Po^ncial enemigo pue- saliente result ser, no un pues-
de decidir su fuerza en dos < to de fuerza de avance para
rentes, corresponde a nosotros cualquier fuerza agresora que
contrarrestar sus escuerzos. Xa intentara atacar las reglones
amenaza comunista es glota: terfestres, ?, g <,
Su avance en xito en un s*c- Todo Jo ha sido carn(iaQO
tor ameniza la destruccin Ide por nuestra victoria en el Pa-
cualquler otro sector. No po- cifico. Nuestra frontera estra-
deis apaciguar o entregaros de tgica ha sido cambiada para
otra manera al comunismo en abarcar todo el Pacfico, el
Asia sin socavar simultnea- cual se ha convertido en vas-
mente nuestros esfuerzos para to foso que nos protege mien-
detener su avance en Europa tras los tengamos. En verdad
Aparte de indicar estos aspee- acta como un escudo protector
tos generales, limitase mis pa- para todas las Americas y tle-
Iabras a las regiones del Asia rras libres de la regin del Pa-
en generad cifico. Lo controlamos hasta las
Antes de poder avaluar de tierras de Asia por una cadena
manera objetiva la situacin I de klas que se extiende en br-
que actualmente existe all, de- m* de arco desde las Aleutianas
bemos comprender algo del pa- hasta las Marianas, en poder
sado del Asa y de los cam-1 nuestro y de nuestros aliados
blos revolucionarlos que han se- Ubres.
alado su curso hasta el pre- i Desde esta cadena de islas
sent. Explotada desde hace I podemos dominar con el poder
e Inmediata para nuestra segu-! cidental a retroceder a las cos-
ridad nacional son los cambios tas d.e los Estados de California,
producidos en el potencial es- Oregon y Washington.
muchsimo tiempo por las lla-
madas potencias coloniales, con
escasa oportunidad de alcan-
zar grado alguno de justicia
social, dignidad Individual o un
nivel de vida ms elevado co-
mo el que gui nuestra noble
martimo y areo todos los
puertos del Asia, desde Vladi-
vostok hasta Singapore, y evi-
tar cualquier movimiento hos-
til en el Pacifico.
Cualquier agresin desde el
Asia debe ser un esfuerzo. an-
admlnistracln en las Filipinas. lDl- Ninguna fuerza anfibia
los pueblos del Asia hallaron en' Puede tener xito sin el con-
la guerra que acaba de pasar |tro1 de las r"tas martimas y
del aire que domina esas ru-
tas. Con supremaca area y
naval y modestos elementos le-
a oportunidad de ^acudir el
yugo del colonialismo, y ahora
ven la autora de nueva opor-
tunidad, una dignidad hasta rrestres para defender las ba-
ahora no sentida y el propio i8es' cualquier ataque del Asia
respeto de la libertad poltica. I continental contra nosotros o
Con un total de la mitad de i nuestros enemigos en el Pac-
la poblacin de la tierra y el i flc0 estara destinado al fra-
sesenta por ciento de sus re- caso,
cursos naturales, estos pueblo!
estn consolidndose rpida-
mente en una nueva fuerza
tanto moral como material, con
la cual elevar el nivel de vida
y erigen adaptaciones del pro-
Teso moderno a su propio am-
biente cultural. Sea que no
adhiramos o no al concepto de
la colonlzacljn. esta es la ten-
dencia del progreso del Asia y
no puede detenerse. Es un co-
rolario del cambio de las fron-
teras econmicas del mundo,
pues el epicentro de los asun-
tos mundiales gira de nuevo
hacia el rea donde Inici la
rotacin.
En esta situacin, es vital que
nuestro pas oriente su polti-
ca en consonancia con esta
condicin evolutiva bsica en
Para comprender los cambios;
que ahora se presentan en la!
tierra firme china, debemos:
comprender los cambios que se
han operado en la conducta
y la cultura de los chinos du-
rante los ltimos SO aos. Has-
ta hace cincuenta aos, China
careca por completo de homo-
geneidad, estaba dividida en,
grupos en pugna. Casi no exis-
ta la tendencia de hacer la I
iuerra, pues seguan todava:
os dictados del ideal confucia- |
no de la cultura pacifista.
Al Iniciarse el siglo, el'al-1
gimen de los esfuerzos para ob-
tener una mayor homogeneidad
produjo el surgimiento naci- i
nallsta. Se desarroll con ma-:
yor xito bajo la direccin de
Chiang Kai Shek, pero ha lle-
gado a su friccin ms grande;
bajo el actual rgimen hasta el'
punto de que ha tomado ahora!
el carcter de un nacionalismo
unido cuyas tendencias domi-
nantes son cada vez ms agre-
sivas.
Durante los ltimos cincuen-
ta aos el pueblo chino se ha!
militarizado en sus conceptos y
en sus ideales. Los chinos son
ahora excelentes soldados, con
comandantes competentes. Elle
ha producido un nuevo y do-
minante poder en el Asia, el
cual, para sus propios fines,
est aliado con la Rusia Sovi-
tica pero que en sus propios
conceptos y mtodos se ha con-
vertido en agresivamente im-
perialista, con ansia de expan-
sin y con el creciente pode-
ro normal de este tipo de im-
perialismo.
Existe escaso concepto ideo-
lgico en una forma u otra
en la estructura china. El *n\-
vel de vida es tan bajo y la
acumulacin de capital ha si-
do de tal manera disipada por
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Desde el principio he credo
que el apoyo de los comunis-
tas chinos a los norcoreanos ha
sido el dominante. 8us intere-
ses son actualmente paralelos
a los del Soviet, pero creo que
la agresividad recientemente
desplagada no slo en Corea
sino en Indochina y el Tibet, y
quo potencialmente seala ha-
cia el Sur, refleja potencial-
mente la misma ambicin de
expansin de poder que ha a-
nlmado a todos los conquista-
dores desde el comienzo de las
edades.
E pueblo japons ha pasado
despus de la guerra por la
reforma ms grande que se re-
cuerda e,n la historia moder-
na. Con encomlable voluntad,
deseo de aprender y capacidad
para aprender, ha levantado de
entre los escombros dejados pol-
la guerra en el Japn un edi-
ficio dedicado a la suprema-
ca de la libertad Individual y
personal, y en el proceso sub-
siguiente ha creado un gobier-
no verdaderamente representa-
tivo, consagrado al progreso de
la moralidad poltica, la liber-
tad de empresa econmica y la
justicia social.
Potencial, econmica y soclal-
mente, Japn est hoy por de-
lante de muchas naciones libres
de la tierra y no defraudar de.
nuevo la confianza universal.
Puede contarse con que ello de-
terminar una influencia pro-
fundamente benfica en el curso
de los acontecimientos en el Asia
y asi lo testimonia la magnifi-
ca manera cmo el pueblo japo-
ns ha recibido el reciente de-
safio de la guerra, desasosiego y
confusin que lo rodea desde
fuera y cmo ha detenido al co-
munismo dentro de sus propias
fronteras sin aminorar en lo ms
leve su marcha de progreso.
Envi cuatro de nuestras di-
visiones de ocupacin al frente
de batalla coreano sin que se
sintiera el menor efecto en el
Japn. Los resultados han jus-
tificado plenamente mi f.
No conozco una nacin ms
serena, ordenada e industriosa,
ni una sobre la cual puedan a-
brigarse las ms altas esperan-
zas para el servicio al progreso
de ia humanidad.
Con respecta a las Filipinas.
podemos mirar hacia el futuro
con la confianza de que la in-
IrasMulBad existente serf co-
rregida y de que surgir una na-
cin fuerte y saludable despus
de 1a terrible destruccin cau-
sada por la guerra. Debemos ser
pacientes y comprensivos y no
fallarles, pues en nuestra hora
de necesidad ellos no nos falla-
ron.
Las Filipinas, una nacin cris-
tiana, se yerguen como un ba-
luarte de la cristiandad en el
Extremo Oriente, y su capacidad
para una alta direccin moral
en Asia es Ilimitada.
En cuanto a Formosa, el Go-
bierno de la Repblica de China
ha tenido la oportunidad de re-
batir por la accin muchos de
los comentarlos maliciosos que
han socavado la fuerza de su di-
reccin en la tierra firme. El
pueblo de Formosa recibe una
administracin Justa y eficiente
con representacin de la mayo-
ra del mismo en los rganos del
Gobierno, y poltica, econmica y
soclalmente progresa nor cami-
nos firmes y constructivos.
Tras esta breve Incursin a las
regiones circundantes, voy ahora
a referirme al conflicto coreano.
An cuando no ful consultado
antes de la decisin del Presi-
dente de intervenir en apoyo de
la Repblica de Corea, esa de-
cisin, desde el punto de vista
militar, fu sensata. Como lo
acabo de manifestar, fu una de-
cisin sensata, pues echamos
atrs al Invasor v dominamos
sus fuerzas. Nuestra victoria fu
completa, y nuestros objetivos
estaban a punto de ser alcanza-
dos cuando la China rola inter-
vino con fuerzas terrestres 'nu-
El Tesorero
en conversaciones con los con-
tribuyentes morosos para darles
todas las facilidades posibles, a
fin de que se pongan al dia.
Pero de igual modo quiere in-
formar a tales contribuyentes
que la actual situacin no po-
dr continuar Indefinidamente
y que los Impuestos tendrn
que ser pagados, bien por el
camino de las conversaciones
antes dichas o por cualesquiera
otras vas que las circunstan-
cias demanden.
Oportunamente cada uno de
los contribuyentes cuyas cuen-
tas estn atrasadas recibirn
una comunicacin sobre el par-
ticular, pero la Tesorera est
ya lista para conversar con
ellos Dar el arreglo de la si-
tuacin.
Han Perdido
comandantes y de las condi-
ciones en el momento de la
accin, un sentido preciso de
la situacin como mejor base
para las decisiones del Co- '
mando.
Dijo que haba estado varias
horas en el campo de batalla
con el Comandante del Octavo
Ejrcito. General James A. Van
Fleet en su puesto de Coman-
dante en las avanzadas, visi-
tando luego, junto con Van
Fleet a los otros Comandantes
de las Naciones Unidas en sus
puestos.
mrlcamente superiores a las
nuestras.
Ello dl lugar a una, nueva
guerra y a una situacin ente-
ramente nueva, una situacin
que reclamaba nueva* declsioues
en la esfera diplomtica a fin
de permitir un ajuste realista de
la estrategia militar. Tales de-
cisiones no se han producido.
Aunque ningn hombre en sus
cinco sentidos abogara por el
envo de nuestras fuerzas terres-
tres a la China continental, y a
ello nunca se le ha dado consl-
deraclnn, la nueva situacin
exiga urgentemente una revi-
sin de nuestro planeamiento es-
tratgico si es que nuestro ob-
jetivo era derrotar al nuevo ene-
migo tal como habamos derro-
tado al anterior.
Aparte de la necesidad militar,
como yo la vea, de neutralizar
esta proteccin adicional dada
al enemigo al Norte del rio Ya-
lu, estim que las necesidades
militares en la direccin de la
guerra exigan:
1.La intensificacin de nues-
tro bloqueo econmico contra
China;
2.La imposicin de un blo-
queo naval contra la costa chi-
na;
3.La eliminacin de las res-
tricciones al reconocimiento a-
reo de la regin costanera de
China y Manchuria;
4.La supresin de las res-
tricciones a las fuerzas de la Re-
pblica de China en Formosa,
con apoyo logistlco para contri-
buir-a la efectividad de sus ope-
raciones.
Por abrigar estos puntos de
vista todos ellos de carcter pro-
fesional tendientes a apoyar a
nuestras fuerzas en Corea y a
llevar las hostilidades a su final
con la menor demora posible y
a ahorrar Incontables vidas
severamente criticado en crcu-
los legos, especialmente en el ex-
terior, a pesar de que tengo en-
tendido que, desde el punto de
vista militar estas opiniones han
sido plenamente compartidas por
prcticamente todos los jefes
militares a quienes concierne la
campaa de Corea, Incluyendo
los propios Jefes de nuestro es-
tado mayor conjunto.
Ped refuerzos y se me Infor-
m que no los haba. Manifest
claramente que si no se permi-
ta destruir las bases construi-
das por ei enemigo al norte del
Yalu, Si no se permita utilizar
una fuerza de los chinos amigos
de unos 800,000 hombres de For-
mosa, si no se permita el blo-
queo de la costa china para evi-
tar que los rojos chinos recibie-
ra* ayuda de fuera, y si no ha-
ba*espranza de grandes refuer-
zos, la posicin del comando
desde el punto de vista militar
era ajena a la victoria.
Podamos mantenernos en Co-
rea por medio de constante ma-
niobra, pero lo ms que poda-
mos esperar era una campaa
indecisiva con su terrible y cons-
tante desgaste sobre nuestras
fuerzas si el enemigo usaba to-
do su potencial militar.
He pedido constantemente
nuevas decisiones polticas esen-
ciales para una solucin.
Se han hechos esfuerzos para
desfigurar mi posicin. Se ha di-
cho en efecto que soy un azu-
zador de la guerra. Nada ms
apartado de la verdad.
Conoico la guerra como pocos
hombres la conocen, y a nada le
tengo ms aversin que 'a ella.
Desde hace mucho tiempo he a-
boaado por su completa aboli-
cin, pues su destruccin tanto
para el amigo romo para el ene-
miga la Inutiliza como medio
para el arreglo de las disputas
internacionales.
En verdad, el dia dos de sep-
tiembre de 1945, poco despus de
la rendicin de la nacin Japo-
nesa en el acorazado Missouri hi-
ce esta advertencia:
"Los hombres, desde el co-
mienzo de los tiempos, han bus-
cado el descanso. A travs de las
edades se ha tratado de idear un
proceso internacional para evi-
tar o solucionar las controver-
sias entre las naciones. Desde el
mismo principio se hallaron m-
todos viables en lo que a los ciu-
dadanos Individualmente se re-
feria, pero la mecnica de un
mtodo de mayor alcance Inter-
nacional Jams ha logrado xito.
Las alianzas militares, equilibrios
de poder, Ligas de Naciones, to-
das han fracasado, dejando co-
mo nico camino el de la gue-
rra. La tremenda destruccin de
la guerra ahora bloquea esta al-
ternativa. Hemos tenido nuestra,
ltima oportunidad. Si no idea-
mos un sistema ms grande y
equitativo, nuestro Armagendon.
estar a. las puertas. El proble-
ma bsicamente es todava de
lgica y envuelve un espritu da
Iridescencia y mejoramiento de<
la conducta humana sincroniza-
do con el casi sin rival avance
de la ciencia, el arte, la litera-
tura y todos los acontecimientos
materiales y culturales de los l-
timos 2,000 aos. Pero uitt m
que se nos haya impuesto la
guerra, no queda otra altern*-
tlva que aplicar los medios apro-
piados para obtener un rpido
final de ella. El objetivo de las
guerras es la victoria, y no una
indecisin prolongada. En la
guerra no hay sustituto para la
victoria.
Existen quienes por diversas
razones apaciguaran a la China;
roja. Son ciegos a las lecciones
de la Historia, pues sta ensea
de manera inequvoca que el a-
pacjguamlento slo conduce a
nuevas y ms sangrientas gue-
rras. No hay un solo caso rt que
este fin haya justificado los me-
dios, en que el apaciguamiento
haya conducido a algo que no
sea la vergenza. Lo mismo que
la extorsin ofrece la base para
nuevas y sucesivas demandas
hasta que llega el momento en
que la violencia es la nica al-
ternativa que queda. Por qu,
me preguntan mis soldados, ren-
dir ventajas militares ante un
enemigo en el campo? No poda
responder.
Algunos dirn que es para evi-
tar la propabacln del conflicto
hacia una guerra total cor) Chi-
na. Otros, para evitar la Inter-
vencin sovitica. Ninguna da
las dos explicaciones parece v-
lida, pues China est dedicndo-
se ya con el mximo del pode-
rlo que puede comprometer, y el
Soviet no entrometer necesaria-
mente sus acciones en nuestros
movimientos. Como una cobra,
cualquier nuevo enemigo atacara
con mayor probabilidad cuando
considere que la relatividad mi-
litar y otras potencialidades es-
taban a su favor sobre una base
mundial.
La tragedia de Corea se des-
taca an ms por el hecho de que
su accin militar se confirma a
sus limites territoriales. Ella con-
dena a esa nacin, que tenemos
el propsito de salvar, a sufrir
el devastador impacto de un
bombardeo naval y areo cons-
tante mientras los santuarios del
enemigo estn plenamente pro-
tegidos de ese ataque y tsa de-
vastacin.
De las naciones de! mundo,
Corea hasta ahora, es la nica
que se ha arriesgado en la gue-
rra contra el comunismo. La
magnificencia del valor y la re-
sistencia del pueblo coreano es
tan ms all de cualquier des-
cripcin. Los coreanos han es-
cogido la muerte antes que la es-
clavitud. Sus'ltlmas palabras
para mi fueron":--No dejen per-
der el Pacifico..."
Acabo de dejar a vuestros
combatientes hijos en Corea.
| Ellos han hecho todo cuanto han
podido y puedo informaros sin
reservas que son esplndidas en
todo sentido.
Ha sido mi constante esfuerzo
preservarlos y poner fin a este
salvaje conflicto en forma hon-
rosa y con la menor prdida pa-
sible de vidas y de tiempo. Su
creciente derramamiento de san-
gre me ha causado la ms hon-
da angustia y ansiedad. Esos va-
lerosos hombres estarn eon
frecuencia en mis pensamientos
y en mis oraciones.
Voy a terminar mis 52 aos da
servicio militar. Cuando ingres
en el ejrcito antes del cambio
de siglo, realic las esperanzas y
sueos de mi infancia. Mucha*
vueltas ha dado el mundo des-
de el dia en que preste Juramen-
to en West Point, y esperanzas
y sueos se han desvanecido,
pero recuerdo todava una de las
ms populares baladas en los
cuarteles de aquellos da*, en que
se proclamaba orgullosalhent*
que los viejos soldados jams
moran: solamente se alejan. Y
como el viejo soldado de aque-
llas estrofas, yo ahora pongo ,/ln
a mi carrera militar y me alejo,
un viejo soldado que, trat de
cumplir su deber segn Dios le
dl la luz para ver ese deber.
Adis".
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El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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"Serenata de Acapulco" que contina
al "Son del Mambo" se estrenar en
uno de nuestros teatros prximamente
Por primera vez en la pan-
talla mexicana aparece un gru-
po de esas bellsimas modelos
de Hollywood que han dado
lama a las comedias musicales,
que nos enva California.
La firma productora que lo-
gr contratar al puado de
beldades no es otra que "Fu-
madora Chapultepec" que nos
dl "Al Son del Mambo" y que
las presenta en la deliciosa co-
media musical "Serenata en
Acapulco", haciendo digno mar-
co a favoritas y favoritos del
pblico como Martha Roth que
despus de lucir su esplndida
belleza rubia, acta con des-
parpajo y simpata. Su galn
es nuevamente Roberto Roma-
na el famoso "Carta Brava" y
la parte cmica est a cargo de
ese actor de la gracia que to-
dos aplauden en cine, y tea-
tro: Osear Pulido, quien por
cortesa de 'Alameda Films"
completa el tringulo estelar de
"Serenata en Acapulco".
Para los que gustan de la
msica y del paisaje maravi-
lloso de Acapulco creemos que
todos gustamos, "Serenata en
Acapulco" es un verdadero rn-
galo para la vista y los sen-
tidos. Mara Victoria, la tan.
tan... famosa cancionista, po-
ne todo lo suyo en su actua-
cin, lo mismo que las escul-
turales Dolly Sisters y el siem-
pre magnifico Andrs Soler y
Borolas y Pompn Iglesias pa-
ra hacerlos rer. Completan el
reparto: Tro Calaveras. Prez
Prado y su orquesta. Tro Los
Diamantes, el ballet de Chelo
La Rue, y un nuevo galn des-
tinado a provocar suspiros en-
tre las damas: Ral Martnez,
que canta con un buen gusto
romntico, que encantar a to-
das las damas, que estamos
seguros no se perdern "Sere-
nata en Acapulco" que dirigi
ci.n habilidad Chano Urueta y
que se presentar al pblico
prximamente.
Picazn De Los Pies
Cicatrizada (orno Magia
t* .rde-n, pican o queman loa pla tan
doloroMmenta qua cm. lo vuelven
loco? 8a la raja o sangra la piel da
loa pies? La verdadera causa de estos
traatornoa da la piel da loa plea a un
a/erVnen muy extendido en todo el
mundo y conocido con diversos nom-
bres talea como Mal de Atletas, Plca-
idn da Singapore, etc. Usted no podr
versa libra da ate trastorno hasta qua
o mata I germen qua lo causa, t'n
nuevo daacubrlmlento mdico llama-
do Nlxoderm acaba con la picazn en
pocoa minutos, mata los (Prinenes r-
pidamente y comienza a cicatrizar la
piel hacindola suave, limpia y clara
o pocos das. Nixodarm ha tenido
tanto xito que ofrece acabar con
la picaxon y cicatrizar la piel de loa
plea sino tambin como remedio
contra loa casos ms recalcitrantes
da Eczema, Acn o erupclonea da
la piel. Pida Nixodarm en su farms-
Nixoctarm Sm*7
ara Desorden** da la Pial
Los japoneses se sienten
como hurfanos despus de
la partida de MacArthur
ELEGANTE RECEPCIN EN LA EMBAJADA D
momento de la elegante recepcin ofrecida por
en nuestro pas, para despedir a S.E. Luigi Ma
en Panam y de Panam en Veneiuela, respec
Mariani, rx-Embajador de Italia; S.E. Henrique
Fernndez, Embajador de Panam en Venezue
Carlos Brin, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores;
Teniente de Navio Antonio Eljuri, Agregado Na
E VENEZUELA. La presente foto capta un
S.E. Henrique Castro, Embajador de Venezuela
riani y Luis Fernndez, Embajadores de Italia
tivamente. De Izquierda a derecha: S.E. Luigi
Castro, Embajador de Venezuela: S.E. Luis
la: S.E. Emilio Ortiz. Embajador del Per; S.E.
S.E. Marcos Raudales, Ministro de Honduras;
val de Venezuela.
Por Ray ralle
(N. A. N. A)
TOKIO, Abril 24 (EP8i Los
japoneses se sienten actualmen-
te como una nacin de ochc.rta
y tres millonee de hurfano.-.,
a partida del General MacAr-
thur conmovi las fibras emo-
cionales de la nacin y dejo al
pueblo como si le 'hubiciun
hundido rpidamente el co-
razn".
Las masas japoneses apren-
dieron a, confiar en el ex-j'.le
supremo que los gobern con
mano benevolente, asi como a
respetarlo. Pero ahora su mun-
do es un vacio y muchos ja-
poneses destacados sustentan
i.na idea un tanto pesimista en
cuanto al porvenir del pais. Tie-
nen fija en su mente la con-
clusin del tratado de paz. pe-
iu creen que puede que el n.ls-
Red Panamericana
llene los
mejores protramas
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WASHINGTON, Abril 24 (UP) !
El Departamento de Defensa i
anunci que los Jefes del Estado
Mayor mixto presentaron una
informacin completa ante las
Comisiones del Congreso acerca
las diferencias con el General
Douglas MasArthur sobre la po-
ltica en el Extremo Oriente.
El anuncio fu hecho mien-
tras la Casa Blanca parece ha-'
ber iniciado un contra-ataque
con el objeto de restarle fuerza,
de ser posible, a la demanda de
los que apoyando al General
MacArthur piden Ir extensin
limitada de la guerra Coreana
contra la China Comunista.
La declaracin del Departa-
mento de Defensa la hizo Clay-
ton Prltzchey, Director de Infor-
macin Pblica, tras una conte-
rencla de tres horas con el Se-
cretarlo de Prensa de la Casa
Blanca. Joseph Short, y una
conversacin ms breve con Ro-
bert A. Lovett, Sub-Secretario \
de Defensa.
Dijo Prltzchey que "las ope-
raciones en el Extremo Oriente
se llevan a efecto de acuerdo
con los puntas de vista del Es-
tado Mayor mixto. Estos pun-
tos de vista sern completamen-
te explicados a las Comisiones
del Congreso pertinente. Un
anlisis de las diferencias b-
sicas que existen entre los Jefes
del Estado Mayor Mixto y el Ge-
neral MacArthur ser presenta-
do entonces".
nio demore, a pesar de las se-
guridades en* contrario que se
es "nan dado.
El teniente general Mati-h.w
B. Ridgway es un ente descono-
cido' en el Japn. Se le reco-
noce como un magnifico lder
en los combales, pero la gente
le lanza abiertamente un reto
a su habilidad como estadista,
administrador y estudioso de Its-
problemas del Asia- Los japo-
neses no se dan cuenta de .os
importantes papeles de proyec-
tista y diplomtico ocupados yor
Ridgway cuando era el ms an-
tiguo de los delegados del Pen-
tgono en las conferencias so-
bre la defensa interamericana
y el ms antiguo representante
de los Estados Unidos en el co-
mit de estado mayor militar
de las Naciones Unidas.
Pero los bservadores idneos.
iiiie han visto al general en ac-
cin en la Corea, creen que si
se le da tiempo, Ridgway se ga-
nar la confianza y el apoyo uel
pueblo Japons.
Algunos japoneses aseguran
que el resultado de la destitu-
cin de MacArthur ser un
mayor Influencia britnica en
el futuro del Papn. Londies
desea Incluir en el tratado de
paz clusulas que restrinjan la
navegacin y las Industrias de
tejidos del Japn, temindole a'
ia competencia que en el co-
mercio mundial constituirn es
renacientes industrias del ar-
chipilago. Creyendo que la in-
fluencia britnica en la pol-
tica exterior norteamericara
est aumentando y dndose
cuenta de que los Estados Uni-
do* sienten simpatas por l:if
aspiraciones japonesas. esi.n
abogando por que se entabtn
consultas directas con Londres
para convencer a aquel gobier-
no de lo Justificado que est el
crecimiento industrial del Japn
Creen tambin que, debido
que se espera que varios jefes
de seccin del cuartel gen<.r?i
sigan las huellas de MacArthur,
cierta cantidad de control y po-
der sobre los asuntos demed-
eos volvern a manos de los ja-
poneses ms pronto de que lo
podra haberse esperado en o-
Iras circunstancias.
"Quin", preguntan los Japo-
neses, 'hay actualmente en el
Japn que tenga la talla de)
primer ministro Shigeru Yos-
hida?" Y. a consecuencia de la
partida de MacArthur, Yosntda
se siente ahora ms grande J
ms fuerte.
Se cree aqui que el cambie
de jefe supremo, significara ue
ia seccin diplomtica del De-
partamento de Estado tenur
ms voz por lo que toca al as
pecto poltico de la ocupacin.
Hasta ahora, la seccin de go-
bierno a cargo del mayor ge-
neral Courtney Whitney, el a-
scaor ms allegado a MacArthur
habia estado fiscalizando la vi-
da poltica del Japn.
El Sbado 28 de Abril
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, ABRIL 34, 1M1
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Por /a/fa de medicina puede
quedar paralizada jira mdica
Al llegar al segundo pueblo
que atienden se termina la
existencia de medicamentos
No obstante al enorme to-
iuerzo desarrollado por las Kc-
Ueractones de Sociedades San-
icias y Herreranas, la Jira Mt-
. taco- Aslstenclal en la Produ-
ca de Herrera y que dirige el
Lr. Francisco Samaniego, c.is
actualmente confrontando o-
rlos Inconvenientes como 10 ef.
la falta de medicinas b.-icas
jara su ms o menos norata!
desarrollo referente a la asi-
lencia mdica La medicina es-
caseo en Los Pobos, el sega, do
pueblo visitado: actualmente se
encuentra en Las Minas la co-
mitiva sanitaria y casi esta vi-
talizada su magnifica labor en
po de la salud del camptsi..o
Es de anotar aqui el gesto ai
ik Comisin Legislativa Perut-
nente, que, a peticin de eslua
dos Federaciones, incluyeron u-
na partida de B. 3.000.00 eu el
Presupuesto para estos fines
patriticos. Pero es el caso que
tote dinero se necesita urgor.'.e-
nienie para la compra de '.a
medicacin bsica como lo son
los antibiticos antiparasltarios,
antipaldicos, tnicos y vitam-
nicos etc., y su tramitacin de-
mora en sentido inverso a >u
uigente requerimiento. Es de es-
pirarse que los organismos cuya
tiamltacln les compete den to-
das las facilidades para su p-'cn
ia Inversin en los medicamen-
tos citados.
Las Federaciones de Socieda-
des. Santeas y Herreranas es-
peran la mxima colaboracin
ue las autoridades y del pb-
co en general para consegMir
c) mayor xito en esta empiffsa
cvico patritica de beneficio
social.
Pgina a cargo da
JOSE (V CAJAR ESCALA
NORMAS
'Lo Ciirre&uuiisaltk deber
ceftirkr ir mas desanasiona
das norn a periodstica Oebei
enviar al peridico los asunto
noticias ma Interesantes qu
alerten a la comunidad En ab
soluto se trata de ana oporta
nidad oar hacer drrminal
nimn(i nnlirtra
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Marco Antonio Alvarado kaba
realizado varias fechoras en
el interior de la Repblica
HORIZONTALES:
1Encarnada.
5Trapense. Abv.
9Ciudad de rFancla.
12Pedazo de madera. Inv.
13Raspar.
14Rio de Alemania.
15Ceremonia matrimonial.'
16Que profesa la ortodoxia.
18Famoso satrico italiano.
20Partido Unitario Catlico,
Inic.
21Marchara.
22Cabos o bramantes
25 Fuertes de la baha de
Cdiz.
28Instituto Socialista
Oriental, Inic.
SOViento suave y apacible.
31Rece.
32Animales con plumas.
33Terminacin de diminutivo.
34Del verbo precavo.
XExtranjera.
38Marchar.
39 La unidad.
40Te atrevieras.
44Planta cuciubitcea.
47Nombre de mujer
48Metal precioso.
48Atreverse.
50Del verbo amar.
51Articulo. Pl.
52Pieza principal >; las casas.
53Nombre de mujer.
9Inclinado a una cosa mala.
10Ciudad de Francia.
11Del verbo unir.
17Combinacin de voces.
19Clera, enfado.
22Del verbo precisar.
23Uno de los hijos de Jacob
24Desabrida
25Famosa pera italiana.
28Letra castellana.
27Respuestas de los dioses
fganos,
etra castellana.
32Dao o menoscabo, Pl.
34Que tienen probidad, Pl,
35Altar.
37Nombre de mujer.
40Gazada.
41Nombre de mujer.
42Querer con amor.
43Saludable.
44 Planta hortense.
45Circulo o redondel.
48Agarradera
m vr. h
flgraaaaaaai
1Dei verbo "-obar.
t Sensacin del olfato.
3Piedra semipreciosa.
4--Que tiene apata.
8Que truena.
tPoco corriente.
7Madera que sirve para
alumbrar, Inv.
8De uno mismo.
I". MI! L'L'l>li fcULLJ
nrannn tee eee
BUR GDEE
Dnnnn r>i r HP1RH EEE IH'il-U
nran eee eeere
nnriH jebe eee
nnnnnr m % ni
/y-yO^ t^OUACL estos riqusimos pudines qu* se
pueden preparar en un santiamn...
385* XIJUOi
$ las ogrago la-ha,
1 cecinan uno 5 minutos, eso as todo!
ANTON. Abril 19 (Correspon-
sal) Comentaba con el se-
or Juez Municipal el caso de
Ballis en relacin con el re-
jo de Expreso Areo, y llene-
mos a la conclusin de que as-
tas cosas resultan por tolerar
con descuido y negligencia que
les delincuentes anden vagan-
do por las ciudades y pueblos.
Y hubo de convenir en estas a-
preciaciones, despus que el ex-
presado Seor Juez me dio las
siguientes informaciones:
Marco Antonio Alvarado costa-
rricense, el mismo complicado
en la investigacin en referen-
da, fu condenado a pagar la
^ena de 16 das y ocho n.c-
3ts de reclusin por el delito Je
hurto en asocio de Antonio No-
varro Tendero, tambin- de Cos-
ta Rica a quien condenaron con
du> aos de reclusin, pena im-
puesta por el Juez Municipal y
confirmaba la sentencia por el
Juea del Circuito. Copia de o
ta sentencia le fu remitida al
Sr. Gobernador de la Provin-
cia, y al Director del Departa-
mento de Correccin de Pana-
m el 14 de Abril de 1950.
Anteriormente estos seores
fueron pedidos, ordenada su
captura, a la Polica sin resul-
tado alguno; y ya vemos en a
piensa que Alvarado, quien de-
ma estar pagando condena, an-
daba libremente por la Ciudad
de Panam continuando sus fe-
choras. De igual manera ejla
pasendose en la ciudad de Pa-
nam, en donde ha sido visto
por muchos que los conocen, el
eo Mario Bethancort hijo,
guien fu condenado a dos a-
os de reclusin por sentencia
de fecha nueve de Enero de 10V)
confirmada por el 8r. Juez tiel
Circuito.
Copla de estas sentencias ue-
roa enviadas al Sr. Gobernador
de la Provincia y al Director
del Departamento de Correccin,
tambin sin resultado. Este in-
dividuo fu pedido en dos opor-
tunidades anteriores a la Po.'-
cia con todas sus caractersti-
cas para identificarlo y hu.,:a
la fecha no ha sido capturado
para que cumpla su condena-
Otro caso: Santos Hernndez
sindicado del delito de 'nurto y
prfugo fu pedido al Sr- Co-
mandante ere la Polka y al je-
te de la Secreta, dando su ii-
lacin y posible residencia en
el Corregimiento de Pedresa]
sin resultado alguno. Tambin
lu pedido al Corregidor de use
Corregimiento.
Podramos dar otros casos si-
milares para corroborar B.0.CJ-
tras apreciaciones que motivan
esta crnica pero no consldc.'i-
r.os que sea necesario. Por con-
ducto del Sr Fiscal investiga-
dor en el caso de Ballis se pue-
de conseguir que Alvarado in-
forma el paradero de Antonio
Navarro Tendero que puede
tambin estar complicado en el
robo de Expresos Areos.
Hacen una solicitud
al alcalde Bazn los
vecinos de San Juan
Panam Abril 23 de 1951
Sr. Don Jos D. Bazn
Alcalde de la Provincia
de Coln,
Coln-
Seor Alcalde la presente tie-
ne por objeto comunicarle a
usted, que de acuerdo con In-
forma recogidos de la comisan
que lo visit en su despun<>
ei da 14 de los corrientes en
representacin del pueblo de
Nuevo San Juan, esta olv,uc
precisarle acerca de la termi-
nacin de la carretera, por sv.
esta necesidad ms urgente,
poique a pesar de los servlcion
desplegados por la cuadrilla de
mantenimiento esta a medlauos
de Invierno se pone en estaoo
casi Intransitable.
Considero oportuno decirle
que est en proyecto su termi-
nacin hace aproxlmadamer. c
10 aos, reflejando as el de-
.linteres por su realizacin las
autoridades del Distrito que a
usted han precedido.
Conociendo nosotros de ous
ejecuciones animado de la ms
lirme esperanza esperamos que
satisfaga esta,Justa aspiracin
nuestra. Otra necesidad an'O-
M a la indicada lo demues:: a
ia falta de agua potable, la Que
utilizamos escasea en el ve.a-
no porque la corriente de et-e
estrecho rio sufre el rigor de
ia estacin. Y se nos obliga lu-
gerlr sustancias noslvas produc-
to de los desperdicios, que a'
mismo arroja habitantes de ca-
sera vecinos como tambin tos
de la empresa "Cemepto l'i-
nam S. A." amenazando la sa-
lud pblica del lugar. Las do-
rnas necesidades son de orden
secundarias que permiten so-
portar el olvido a que estn .-t-
Icgadas.
Soy su Servidor.
Miejuel de la Rosa
Cd. 28-18156
La manera segura de
conseguir n -a cn
la 'opa use este .i/ul en
El trzalo se
desata en Las
Minas ahora
LAS MINAS, Abril 23 (Co-
rresponsal) Gran inquietud
existe entre los campesinos de
asta localidad por la apracicn
del Trsalo, .enfermedad desco-
nocida en esta localidad hasta
ahora. Numerosas retes se en-
cuentran contaminadas y se te-
me que esta plaga afecte la
existencia misma del ganado.
Los ganados y campesinos de
esta localidad, piden urgente-
mente a las autoridades que
despache los tcnicos para que
se les presten auxilio Inmediato.
Clausur Labores el Curso de Verano de Chiriqu
ros pre
Nescafe"
En rcelo, flloi ulm preciar coma
nadir !ai ru.tlJaJea r un burn cal*.
NEsCAFH LrinJa mwifmtr n-rma
aataaf ami ------rrnM hnktnp,y9t%m\mti%%mwm
- mnima i. ,l.;.,J,., ,,,. r.^.rw .1....
Muy bien les va a
universitarias del
interior en EE. UU.
Hemos recibido la attttlonci
.arta sobre la labor de u n gru-
po de damas Interioranas que
pasan vacaciones en los Estados
Unidos:
Box 6402. N- T, Station
Dentn, Texas
Abril 20, 1951
Redactor de
El Panam Amrica
Panam R. de P.
Eottmado Seor:
Sin duda alguna Ud. ya '-".a
oido del viaje de las doce se-
oritas, maestras del Interior
e la Repblica, quienes estaot.11
invitadas a pasar sus vacacio-
nes en los Estados Unidos, co-
mo estudiantes en el Texas oa-
te College for Women. Ellas sa-
lieron de Panam el dia 6 de
Febrero, y comenzaron sus c
tudios aqui el dia siguiente.
El record que dejan aqu es
admirable. Han cursado sus es-
tudios en dos Idiomas lngits
> espaol. Van a salir coir 12
a 15 crditos universitarios, que
pueden aplicarse o aqui en Te-
xas o all en Panam. Ellas ha:-.
presentado programas, con \?.
ayuda del Dr. Campbell, de bul-
les y canciones tpicas de l-.v
nam, en sus polleras y montu-
nas, a los clubs y otros grupoj
ms importantes de este iuet'.i"
y en teatros grandes, y hasta
una media hora por televisin
En todo esto, el xito de alias
ha sido algo muy extraordina-
rio Estas presentaciones pan
incluido una conferencia pre-
sentada por el Dr. Campbell,
haciendo explicaciones de as
seoritas estudiantes y de Pa-
nam. Todo el mundo lo ha e-
cibido cn mucho entusiasr.-c.
Tambin, en sus personalidades
y su carcter han dejado una
impresin inolvidable. T o dus
que han tenido contacto cjp
clias dicen la misma cosa que
htguramente que son personas
magnificas, muy buenas. Inteli-
gentes, capaces. Ellas han coo-
perado en todo, y han dejado
una contribucin y una lmpic-
sion que no olvidaran aqu
nunca. Para ellas, el proyecto
las ha dado mucho.
Fuera de sus estudios en cia-
ses, las hemos llevado en e\-
uirslones a otras escuelas, a
fbricas grandes, a institiu.u-
nes de varios tipos, y visitaran
la ciudad capltad de Austin cn
MI regreso. Los contactos con
la vida norteamericana, con s is
compaeras en la Unlversir.d.
con todas las personas que ias
iian Invitado a sus casas, y to-
das las experiencias distingas
que han tenido aqu les ha titulo
una suma experiencia educacio-
nales de una valor lnestlmaole.
Ellas aora estn para vol-
ver. Llegarn a Panam. y
Bianlff Airways el da 28 de
Abril (sbado) a las 10.30 ce
la noche Dr. Campbell y lo
ias acompaamos. Le avisamos:.
porque supongo que quisiera te-
ner un fotgrafo presente. E-
lias han cambiado mucho, an
SIGA
MI CONSEJO!
Para librar da un catarro,
asa BROMO QUININ
GROVE! Millonea que mirra
da reafriailoa bao encontrado
pronto y deciaivo alirio to-
mando Bromo Quinina Crova
al primer aigno da reafriado.
Calma el dolor de cabeza, re-
doce la fiebre r acta con
auare laxante. Pronto laa
Tictimaa gozarn da franca
aaejoria. Inaiata en la legitima
BROMO QUININA
UNGENTO PAZO para las al-
morranasotra producto Grove.
C. Gontalex Re*illa ft Unos.
Distribuidores en Panam
4
He aqui el personal de profesores y alumnos del Curso de Verano que tuvo lagar este verana)
un la ciudad de David y que clausur labores recientemente. En la foto aparecen el Dr. Bal-
tasar^ Isasa Caldern, profesor de Espaol, Otilia Arosement de Tejeira, profesora de Educa-
cin, y Rosalina Sent, de Ingls. El inters logrado por estos canoa justifica la necesidad
de que continen hasta obtenerse el fin deseado.
cr. el aspecto islco. ganando
un peso de 5 a 15 libras caua
una. Todas han florecido de
tina manera increble. Puesto
que tienen que salir cn segura
para resumir sus labores en ias
escuelas del Interior, este pro-
bablemente ser su nica opor-
tunidad ponerse en contacto
con ellas todas.
Le extendimos las gracias ;or
e inters que siempre ha mos-
Uado en proyectos educativa,
y sabemos que e;te experimento
y el xito que ha tenido le in-
teresar muchsimo.
Aprovecho esta oportunidad
de saludarle y expresar mi a-
preclacin del peridico que Ud
tan dignamente dirige.
De Ud, cordlalmente,
Dr. Williams G. Campbell y Sra-
Universidad de Panam
Catarro
Nasal
Unas pocas gotas de Vick
Va-tio-nol en cada fosa
nasaly. usted puede rts-
birar otra vez! Alivian la
irritacin, iQojan la mucoai-
dad, desinflaman suave*
mente las membranas hin-
chadas.
VICK VATRO NOl
COTAS NASAlSS Dt DOllC tfKIO
Timaron a muchas personas ert
Horconcitos con el cuento de
que iban a poner electricidad
HORCONCITO Abril 24 (Ls-
pecial) Solicitando infor.i.es
a la Gobernacin de la Pi >-
vieta sobre noticia de nue.-tro
Corresponsal Viajero y con e-
lacln al levantamiento de pla-
tea para alumbrado elctrico Horconcitos, se ha establecido
claramente que se trata de a.-
ios ejecutados por un vlviuor
que se hizo pasar por repres-
bante de la Panam Elctrica y
que hizo creer al vecindario que
se Instalarla all una Plante
A muchos vecinos les cobr por
adelantado Instalaciones pai c
sus casas y sorprendi tambin
algunos comerciantes con CtCi-
tos de mercaderas.
Cuando se dl cuenta que la
ente comenzaba a sospechar
dijo que le hablan avisado que
la Planta estaba aqu en David
y que venia a buscarla. Dtvie
ese dia no lo han visto ms.
La Polica tiene orden de cap-
onarlo donde quiera que se en-
cuentre para exigirle cuenta aa
sus fechoras.
r El individuo que se hace lia
mar Torres Gutierre demuci-
tra una habilidad sorprendente,
uues llev a efecto medidas, co-
loc estacas, levant postes, etc.
para inspirar confianza a sus
futuras victimas, que hoy esta-
rn lamentando el haberse e-
jado engaar con el seuelo da
una mejora apreclable para tu
pueblo-
ACLARACIN
El seor Jos A. Camell B.,
se acerco esta maana a nuef-
tra redaccin para manifestar-
nos que no es la persona qua
aparece en una informacin re-
ferentes al hundimiento de la
lancha "Galante", con la qe>
no tiene la menor relacin.
El seor Camell es un cono-
cido comerciante local.
'I
{Dolores dt Espalda.
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
El cuerpo humano dVihaoe dtl
xceso de acldoi y desperdicio! vene-
nosos de la sangre, por medio de los
nueve millones de diminutos tubos o
filtros de los rlftones. 81 estos venenos
de los rones o la vejiga lo hacen
sufrir ron levantadas nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolort-s de piernas, ojeras
lumbar;", dolores de las coyunturas,
acides o ardor en los conductos, de-
bido a la necesidad de estimulante
tfiurtlro. pruebe Cystex.
DeshAs^iKe del cido rico y loa
venenos con la receta medica llamada
Cystex, que es un diurtico estimu-
lante de los rlftones y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejiga ?
v'a urinarias en estado de acfdea
Cystex satisfacer a usted completa-
mente y aeri la medicina que usted
necesita. Pida Cystsx hoy misma
en su far-
macia fa
vorlta.
Cystex
V*jp
BaSSBBBSl
DAGA1AR'
s
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DE
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MARTES, ABRIL 24. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informe* para esta seccin se reciben en la
l
accin
Social
telfono S-1M
ocia
He EL PAINAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: ItM II:H |A
Aaartado 1I
De loi Estad01 Lnldoi
Saludamos cordlalmente al te-
nor Erie DelvaMe y seora Abi-
gail H. de Delvalle, quienes
acompaados de sus nios, re-
gresaron de Nuevo Orleans en
donde pasaron una corta tempo-
rada.
M
I
De Buenos Aires
Grata estada le deseamos a
8.E. el Embajador de Argenti-
na en El Salvador, seor Rafael
Oeampo y seora, quienes se
encuentran pasando varios das
en nuestra capital.
De Cesta Rica
Procedente de San Jos, se
encuentra hospedado en el Ho-
tel El Panam, el seor Aniceto
Esqulvel. Lo saludamos.
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida al seor Alfredo
8arria y seora Billle de Sarria,
quienes llegaron hoy a Panam
con el Un de pasar varios das
huespede* de H.E. el Embajador
del Per, seor Emilio OrtU de
Zevallos y su hija seorita Ro-
sario Ortiz de Zevallos.
De- Colombia
Saludamos a la seorita Mary
E. Velasquez, quien regres de
Barranqullla.
Juegos de Cartas
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, la seora Dora
E. de Chiari ofreci ayer un
juego de cartas y t en su resi-
dencia en el Parque Lefevre.
r
Reunin de las Damas
Guadalupanas
El Comit Pro Rio Abajo d
las Damas Guadalupanas, ten-1
dr su reunin mensual el pr-
ximo martes, lo. de Mayo a las
5 p.m. en la Iglesia de Ro Aba-,
jo. 8* cita por este medio, y se'
les ri^ega puntual asistencia a
i i ..............i mis
todas las sodas de dicha aso-
ciacin.
Dtl Interior
Saludamos al seor Jos An-
tonio Paredes y seora Lola 8.
de Paredes, a la seora Teresa
b. de Arostmena y a la Keora
Lolltin P. de Boyd y sus nios
quienes regresaron de El Valle
en donde pasaron la temporada
de verano.
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios meses en Chorrera se en-
cuentra de nuevo en la capital
el seor Hctor Vaidts *r, y se-
ora Ana A. de Valds y sus ni-
os.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Arlstides Romero Jr.
y seora Ana Gloria S. de Ro-
mero. qi'iP'ies cumplen hoy aos
de casados. _
BANDIDO EN LA SIERRA
ESCUELA NOCTURNA DE COMERCIO
COLON
Prepara para Perito Mercantil, Contador y Secretariado.
Cursos de Ingls, Contabilidad, Estenografa, Mecano-
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cial y Matemticas Financieras.
Cursos especiales de Auditoria y Estenografa en Ingls.
(Shorthand).
Curso de Espaol para personas de habla Inglesa.
Informes y Matricula de S p.m. a I p.m. en el Colegio
Abel Bravo.
Las clases comenzarn el X de mayo.
f
II
AHORRE $ $ $
en la Gran
VENTA ANUAL
4
sbado Abril 28
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Almacn Principal Avenida Central 21
Celebran en esta fecha el
aniversario de su matrimonio el
seor Carlos Berbey y seora
Lucila de L. de Berbey. Los fe-
licitamos cordlalmente.
II
DE LA FERIA DE COLON. De Izquierda a derecha: Roberto Fuello A., miembro del Club
Los 'litres; J. J. Kcker, Thelma Castillo, del Club de Leones; Nancy Sasso, del Pas; Marga-
rita Barcenas, de la Escuela Militar de Fort Gullck; seora Yolanda Salas, de Hirshfleld, Gio-
conda Apolayo, de La Estrella de Panam; Virginia Rodrguez, de El Panam-Amrica; Alicia
Wong, de la Sociedad Cvica de Chirlcanos; Lu is Gonzlez, Antonio Tagarpulos, Carlos Mouy-
ns V., y Armando Moreno.
Wanda Hendrlx y Audi Murphy, figuras principales de "Ban-
didos en la Sierra", pelcula Univeml-Intr national, en Tech-
nicolor, en la oe el ambiente, la calidad de los Intrpretes y
el argumento, forman la ms perfecta unidad. Comienza el
lunes en el Tropical.
Felicitamos al seor Carlos
Alberto Patterson y seora Flor
de- Maria 8. de Patterson, quie-
nes celebran hoy el segundo
aniversario de su matrimonio.
Enfermos
Pro, restablecimiento le
seamos a la seorita Glorela
Calvo, quien sufre quebrantos de
salud en su residencia.
Guarda cama en el hospital
Panam el nio Csar Ramn
Snchez. Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Margarita D. de Arlas
Seora Isabel F. de Ponce
Seora Joselta Arlas
Seora Amlnta B. de Duque
Seor Fablo Arosemena
Seor Carlos Icaza
Nio Jorge Arlas Thompson
Hio Carlos E. Van der Hans
Nio Ramn Roy Correa
Nio Olmedo Agullar Jr.
Nia Rlna Elisa Rlpoll
*
I
BRILLO?

Ni los esmalte* para uias miia
ernro* brillan ms que CUTEX
B lastre Catsx di s li aim
coa ms iedenii statical, aintia
itlu a ninga precio lo di mejor.
('otex, sil* Cam, llena
"rniroelon", l nutn y
almbralo in|reJimtc %ar kaco
perdnrar al brilla par din y
afea, sin Igrietlrte, daiprandaria
dar alaran*. Ea
atadSMM Mitas.
EaaMloa**
ninol coa
CUTE**
F.l etmilte pmrm uhut ms popumr del mundo
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Carmen E. de Arlas
Seora Lilia Ch. de Cucaln
Seora Elisa Elena K. de Qui-
ones.
Seorita Marltza Urlbe Aran-
o.
Nio Francisco Arlas Paredes
Viajero Distinguido
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriore de la hermana Repbli-'
ca del Ecuador. Don Neftal
Ponce, llegar esta noche a Pa-
nam procedente de NueVa Yorn
El Canciller Ponce opsar la
noche en el Hotel El Panam y
saldr en la maana en el vi.. -
lo 319 de l Panagra hacia. Qui-
to, Ecuador.
ft H- a-mi imVaaaJ
^K* '%,'"* l'\ 3MHF
CANDID ATAS A REINA. Thelma Castillo, del Club de Leones: Nancy Sasso. de El Pas;
Margarita Barcenas de la Escuela Militar de Fort Gulick; Gioconda Apolayo, de La Estrella
de Panam: Virginia Rodrigues, de El Panam-Amrica, y Alicia Wong, de la Sociedad Cvica
de Chirlcanos. Falta en la fotografa la seor ita Olga Lelgnadler. ____________
Con un bagaje de 160 bultos
que pesan 16
la Ca. Teatral
toneladas llega
Lope de Vega
El Pdte. Arbenz
ofrece interceder
en huelga obrera
pt'TiraT ^>--it 94 TTPi.
El Presidente Jacobo Arbenz
*>a o n -j jl tu- c.i ..
uelga de obreros ferrovial loe
" e se fie-ir^ el Jueves, inte-
rrumpiendo los embarques d?
cena na.
La 'nuelga fu Iniciada res-
paldando la demanda presen u-
da por los obreros en relacin
con los salarios. El Qoblerno ha
declarado que la huelga es lest!.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
rp^forAt; nrwrm*<
Estoy enamorada de la Pond's
i old Cream'
w

dicela
a
d4& &iuai
Es tan fcil conquistar amistades cuando
se tiene un rostro bello I Para que su cutis
luzca siempre encantador, comience hoy
mismo a dar a su rostro este tratamiento
de belleza con Pond's Cold Cream.
Siempre al acostarseas como durante
el dacuide su rostro como Iq hace la
cautivadora condesa. Haga lo siguiente:
Pmrm limpiar Aplique* aa toda ti rostro,
coa movintianta circular. It ligera y sedosa
Pond's-Cold Cretm part tuivizar t desalojar
maquillaje e impurezas de las aberturas da
lot poros. Quitaseis.
Para "mmjmmgmr" Aplique otra capa da
Pood's Cold Cream de la sail Minera.
Qutetela. Esto elimin loa illtimol eitifiea
de polvo y deja la tes un aluda!
Verdad que es maravilloso lucir un rostro
fresco, radiante sentirse la ts tan
suave, tan tersa? No omita un solo da
el eficaz tratamiento de belleza Pond's!
El prximo 2 de Mayo llega-
r, procedente de Buenaventura,
la Compaa espaola de Tea-
tro clsico "Lope de Vega, des-
pus de haber cumplido una
exitosa temporada en Colom-
bia. Con un bagaje de 160 bultos
y un peso de 16 toneladas, la
Compaa Lope de Vega viaja
con decorados realizados por los
mejores escengrafos espaoles
del momento.
La Compaa se trasladar a
la Capital para presentarse ante
el pblico el dia 3 a las 8 y 30
sobre el escenarlo del Teatro
Nacional, dando comienzo asi a
su temporada de seis nicas
funciones con "Los Intereses
Creados" de Jacinto Benavente,
y por este orden "telo" de
Shekespeare,, "Citas del Aire",
comedia moderna de humor, de
Lpez Rublo "don Juan Tenorio"
de Zorrilla, "El Lio Ajeno" de
Benavente, finalizando con "La
Vida es Bueno" de Caldern de
la Barca.
Para estas funciones se ha
abierto un abono que puede con-
seguirse en las taquillas del
Teatro Nacional a partir de hoy
martes. Telfonos 2-2302. y
2-2095. El precio de un abono
para las seis funciones es de
B. 12.00, precio relativamente ba-
jo por la gran cantidad de gas-
tos que supone un desplazamien-
to de actuacin de una Com-
paa de esta embargadura.
compuesta de destacadas figuras
de la escena espaola, entre
ellas, Carlos Lemos, Primer Ac-
tor, que posee el premio nacio-
nal de Interpretacin 1948, Con-
chita Montijano, Primera Actriz
Allonto Muoz, durante muchos
aos primer actor de Margarita
Xirgu y Pilar Bienert.
El elenco artstico, ademas, de
ellos, eomrrpnde 16 'a+tores v
actrices de primera linea en el
Teatro Espaol. El personal ad-
ministrativo y tcnico lo comple-
ta un grupo de 27 personas que
trabajan sirviendo el lema de la
Compaa 'Camina mejor va
mirando a las estrellas".
La Compaa tuvo su origen
en la Universidad de la vieja
ciudad de Granada, donde un
grupo de jvenes universitarios
se lanzaron, a la empresa de
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna 8)
balboa armed services y. m. c. a.
Locuela de ingles
Abbie de Linares Directora.
Cursos de Conversacin. Gramtica y Literatura. Matri-
culas" abiertas: 9 \m.9 p.m. Sesin General el 3 de Mayo
a las 5 p.m. Tel. Balboa 2759, Balboa 2839.
ULTIMO
EMBARQUE!
LAVADORAS EASY
Las maravillosas
que lavan la ropa
de toda una familia
en menos de una hora.
SUYA con 67.50.00 Compre una hoy!
CLUB: Slo B/.625
mueblera
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 e,l*TELS.2-l830
----------------------- vY 2-1633
T-
Alivlo y prevencin da
SUFRIMIENTOS
PERIDICOS
LA CONaaSA LAIN DE I.S FSLA1SE. a>iaibra Dromixala
da la itajtltl aaritinw. iin aaa Kt nacarada"Eiy roa. .
TtaaHa etfaPead'satUaWjataratat part asi ca ta"dita lia
tOk-taaia hay
Poad-t CaU Oaaal
Po
\D'S COLD CREAM >.*u-M^.r.-c-i
Contra ios sufrimientos que atv
rut ti an s untas seoras y seoritas
ciertos das, debe usarse un re-
Stedio que no slo alivie el dolor *
afeitar sino que tambin contri-
tuya al buen funcionamiento dd
vganitmo. Para eso est indicado d
Regulador Gestara que hace mucho
den al organismo, ejerciendo ua
docto descongestivo, tnico y regu*
ador. Alivia pronto y previene
tsoa dolores, la tensin nerviosa j
Mfos ma'eturet. Ea afamado po
hst excelentes resultados contra las
congestiones y desarreglos funciona-
tai dd organismo femenino. Prueba
(Jd. esta remedio cientfico y da
resultados comprobado. Lbrete ate
o sufrimientos I
REGULADOR
Gesteira
- fnaHiia dd Dr. J. Catis. _.
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Tome ahora y siempre una copita
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!

DAGMAR
UN REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
GRATIS! Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott conteniendo una
cachara.linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colores. Y entonces de a
su familia codos los das este tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitaminas y pre-
parado cientfiesmente. Es recomen-
dado por muchos mdicos. Pronto
Ud. veri a su familia mis fuerte y en
mejor salud.
^EMULSION de SC0IT
Tnico Alimenticio de Alta Energa
OFRECE
UN NUEVO SURTIDO
DE JOYAS
STIGBERT
DE
SUECIA
Ave. Tivoli rio. 6 o Telfono 2-0170
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Oh
SE VENDEN: Mquinas calculado-
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SI VENDEN:De ecaiin llanta
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SE VENDE:Piono, cama con col-
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Casa No. 3 I Rento 5> del Seguro
Social entre Calles 26 y 27 Et,
Apto. 29. '__________
3E VENDE:100 hojas zinc acono-
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Colle 38 No. 13. Tel. 3-0158.
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Bienes Raiceo
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Domsticos
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle II Oe*t* N*. U
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle Na S7 Panama
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SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
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mar. Precio: solamente B/.4 35
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No. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SF VENDE:SOBRESALIENTE RESI-
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terrazas y grandes salone brin-
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conveniencias. Para informes ins-
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LTDA., Colle 5.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
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Ave. Per No. 28, Apto. 8.
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te, extranjera si es posible para 3
persones, cocina y limpiezo. Via
Espoo 106, Apto. 4 frente Po-
sadeno.
SE NECESITA: Empleada trabajos
domsticos, debe dormir en el tra-
bajo. Calle 52. Bella Vista No. 3.
(Segundo chalet, mano izquierda).
SE VENDE:Por no poder atenderla
debidamente, acreditada cantina
en Ave. Centrol. Escribo: S. G.,
Apto. I 34, Panam.
Por motivo de' viaje se vende uno
casa en Calle II No. 8, Va Po-
rras. Entenderse olli mismo.
SE VENDE:Moderna caso'concre-
to, magnifica inversin, produce
I0o. Calle "A" No. 14 esquina
12 Oeste. Vase dueo altos.
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Anlisis de tu letra es el medio de
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trabaio. Victoriano Lorenzo No. 10
bajos.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada par
dormir en el empleo. Via Espao
No. 20, Apto. 13.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada que
hable ingls, con experiencia, que-
haceres coseros paro matrimonio
sin hijos. Entrevstese mircole en
U maana solamente. Calle Noble
5733-D Diablo.
SE VENDEN:Lonos y llantos usa-
das poro camiones. Vorios tama-
os. Tronsportes "Intro." Calle
Jernimo de la Ossa.
SE VENDE:Mquina de contobili-!
dad (NotionalI en perfectas con-
dicione. Precio ganga. Telfono
2-0610. "________________
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morca "Royal." Cama de metal,
uno peinadora. Vio Porras No. 4,
Chalet Amarillo.
SE VENDE: Cochorrcs perro lobo
legitimes. Tel. 3-2690.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El Juw que suscribe. Tercero del Cr-
ruii doe Panam, por medio del presente,
ENFLACA
At tenor GEORGE WALTER MOhS.
cuyo paradero actual le desconoce, pa-
i t|iie dentro del t. rmoo do treinta (90)
' tai contados de* de le fecha de la lti-
i a publicacin de ene edicto, com*-
' ira a este Tribunal, por a o por me-
io de apoderado, a fin de que liara va*
ler sus derechoa en el juicio de divor-
o promovido en ni contra por Ajri-
> n Margues, advirtindoaelt que al ai
i > to hiciere dentro del trmino exprtM-
< i, Ir nombrar un defensor da au-
* nte con quien bo continuar el juicio.
Por tanto, ae fija I preaente adicto
e i tugar pblico .! eita Secretarla, hoy
ce de abril de mil noveclentoa cin-
* .enta f uno, y copias dal mismo se
* it reran a paite interesada para au
piblieacin de conformidad con la Ley.
El Juez.
(Fdo ) Carlas Ivan Zuaif a.
El Hteratario.
Fda.) Rubn D Cardaba
K* fiel conia.
Panarra. Abril 12 de 1151.
Carlos I vn Zur.ii a
Siio.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA: Coleulodora MON-
ROE pequa, porttil monuol.
CORPORACIN DE INGENIERA,
S. A. ___________ '
SE VENDE
Automviles_____i
SE VENDE:Pontiat 1950. 4 puer-
tas "Streamliner", solamente 10.*
000 millas, puede verse.de 8 a 2.
Llamando Tels. 2-3173 2-3175.
De 5 de la tarde en adelante. Tel.
3-2458._____________________________
SE VENDE: Buick Sedan 1948,
cuatro puertas. Buenas condiciones
mecnicos, limpio. B'.160.00. Tel.
2-1185. Calle "Q" No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia que duermo en el trabojo
y traiga recomendaciones. Ave. Son
Martn, Coso 52, Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Uno bueno cocine-
ro, intil presentarse si no sabe co-
cinar. Muy buen sueldo mensual.
Calle 50 No. 15, Apto. I, Son
Remo.
SE NECESITA: Dependient con
referencias y conocimiento* ingls.
Buen presencia. Buen sueldo. El
Siglo. Ave. Centrol 85.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ayu-
dar en la cocino y limpieza de I
caso. Sirva-e ocurrir a Calle 48
No. II, Apto. 3.
SE NECESITA:Una buena emplea-
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ma en la colocacin. Calle 30 Este
No. 21 altos atrs.
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Dov pensin paro estudiantes del In-
terior, Ocurro Calle 8va. No. 25.
Tel. 2-3846.
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EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El que euscribe JUEZ PRIMERO DEL
( KC UITO DE COLON, por aala raadlo
( ITA al or JOHN VICTOR CARTER.
1 jrleamcri.:ano. portador da la cdula
i identidad paraonal No. I-1S48R, pre-
Irple v rcr-rrenlanle legal da la "'BA-
I U LAND COMPANY. S.A.". para que
> -piro del termino de treinta (101 di,,,
i -fiiadoa a partir de la ltima publlca-
< a da cite edicto, comparezca por al
. por medio da acoderado a hai-erae or
i i la aolirilud hecha anta aate Tribunal
I t al saftor STANLEY GHAYSON. pa-
out a* ordene la convocatoria de la
nb'.ea General I P.U LAND COMPANY. S.A.
Se adrirele al emplazado John Victor
'ir'.er. que ai no compareciere a eate
I capacho, per ai o por medio de apo-
, >rado a haccrae or. en la aolieltud ae-
, i. por el aeor Grayioa. dentro eel
rsalaa a-riba indicado, ae le deairnar
i deTen-cr de anente, con quien ae
i mtinuar la tramitacin de la e*pre-
uta eoicitu,!.
Conforme k> ordenan lo artlculoa
<70 y 471 del C.lii;.. Judicial, aa (iia el
relente edito eir lursr elalbla de la
feerrtarla del Tribunal hoy die (10)
Ab-il Ie mil novcrtelit',. cimienta t
t o (13I). por el trmino de treint,
llol di v cnpiae del miun ae ponen
a di,po,iriAn de la parle Interesada pa-
Ku publicacin con laa formalidades
l a I-<.
El Juei.
(Fdo ICuilleraa. Zurita
El Secretario.
(Fd.) Jos A. Carrillo
Ea fiel conia de au oriffinal.
Coln, Ahr:l 1 de 1951.
Jet A Carrillo
Secretari o.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a 67.9.50
Entrena
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
.Calle 29 E. 22
Tel. 3-1713
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por dos profesras responsables, en
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altos. Lime telfono 3-1451. Po-
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que sepa disponer, no tiene que
dormir en el empleo. Campo Ale-
gre. Ave. Manuel Icaza No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Una muchacha que
sepa trabajo de refresqueria. Acuda
LA CORONA, Va Espoo 45.
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Hocemos ponfletos mimeegrafiodos
limpios y legibles con dibujos apro-
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77-A.
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Automviles
SE DESEA
MANJELO UD.
50t por her
mu 7< por milla.
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tero. Ocrrase o lo Cosa No. 3
(Renta 5) del Seguro Social entre
Calles 26 y 27 Este. Apto. 29.
"recreaciones"
Goce de un clima |re4*l. cata
amueblado con todo I confort en
Carra Camaina; tambin ca'as a
arilla 1* le playa en Sonta Clara.
Lime Shrapnel Balboa 2820 o veo
al cuidador all mismo.
SE VENDE
Artculo de Casa
SE VENDE:Un juego de comedor.
pro verlo de 9 o 12. Colla Ve-
nezuela No. 3.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartmento, 2 re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, B/.55.00
lave, 85 Avenida Cubo.
CUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo,
cntricamente situado. Ocurro'
Compaa F. Icaza, Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado con gran terraza, altos
de los oficinas peliculeras. Via Es-
paa. Tel. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA: En vista del mar
apartamento pequeo semi-omue-
blodo, estufo, luz y gas. Mucho
aire, lindo vista. Tel. 3-0276.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos de una
recmaro en Colle lo. Perry Hill,
Casa No. 10 en planta baja, ade-
lante y atrs. Recurra personalmen-
te a Farmacia San Roque, Av*.
Central No. 200. duronle los ho-
ras de oficina solamente. _,
SE ALQUILA:Un apartomento en
Calle 15 Oeste No. 66 altos. Re-
ferencias en la abarroterio "La
Preferida", Calle 16 Oeste y "f"
No. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento sala
comedor, recmara, bao, cocina.
Ave. Jos de Fbrega No. 14, Pa-
sadena.
SE ALQUILA:Un oparlamento fres-
co, cmodo de 4 recmaros y ser-
vicios por El .60.00. Cerca de Va
Espaa y Belisario Porras. Tal. '
3-0471.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
De venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
SE ALQUILA:Un aportamento pe-
queo en Calle 2o. No. 18. In-
formes olios de la misma.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
pora hombre. B'.600 semonoles.
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre. Parque Le-
fvre. Cosa 32.
SE ALQUILA: Uno o dos cuartos
con o sin muebles en casa de fa-'
milio pora matrimonio o persono
sola. Bella Visto. Colle 45 No. 14.
SE ALQUILA:Una pieza a pareja
responsable en Calle 7a. No. 11
segundo olio.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente
amueblado, residencia familiar,
personas de buenas costumbres con
o sin alimentos. Carretera Saba-
nas. Tel. 3-2796.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Muchacha que ten-
ga experiencia en negocio de obo-
rrotero y refresquera. Comisaria-
to Sittn en Calle Coln.
Hombre joven. Contable. Experiencia
Secretariado. Escriba Apartado No.
3390. Exponga nombre y direccin.
Buen sueldo.
SE NECESITAN:Dos costureros pa-
ra coser calzados para zapatera
"El Record". Calle "B" 11.
RECOMPENSA POR CARTERA PER-
DIDA:Una cartera Carmela pro-
piedad de Frank Diers con cdula
de identidad y licencia de Panam
y la Zona del Canal. Se ofrece re-
compenso o la persona que la re-
5res a Diers & Ullrich, Melndez
tve. and 6th Street, Coln.
El seor Francisco Mainierl Borletta.
propietario del carro Cadillac Modelo
1950, que se rifar el Domingo 29 de
Abril de 1951. hace saber por este
medio que. por haberse extraviado los
tiquetes que o continuocin se enu-
meren se considerarn nulos: 0635,
1762, 1823. 1825, 1929. 2098,
2148. 2160, 2531. 2564, 2712.
2802. 2812. 3299. 3377. 4093.
5728, 5957. 6091. 7501. 7503.
7504, 7527, 7543, 7597. 7409.
7431. 7437, 5949. 7610, 7958,
7995. 9019. 9092, 9032, 9034,
9041, 9081. 9010. 902". 9332,
9494. 9475. 9602. 9816. 9662.
Francisco Momere Barletto Cdu-
la No. 15-946.
PERDIDO: Magnifica gratificecin
* alreciae par nfermacin oare
al paradera 4* un carra Chevrelet
1949 Fleet I, n. Tud.r Sedan, ma-
tar Na. GAM249I12, caler cuanta
fue rehada i Curuna, Mara 27,
verde clara, place Na. Zl 1241.
T.l 11(3 lalhea a llama a la Ofi-
cina del Firemen' Insurance C.
an al edifici. de Ingeniera. Dia-
bla.
|SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Philco
4, 5 pies cbicos, derechos paga-
dos. Razonable. Casa 215-D, Cu-
rund.
SE VENDE: A precio de baratillo
precioso juego de recmara como
nuevo. Calle 34 No. 7
SE ALQUILA
Locales
E ALQU'LA:Local pora oficina
arribo dal Teatro Centro,.
b ALQUILAN.excluwomente (to-
ro ofietnos loclas cntrico an tos
alto* da Avenido Central 44 o
precio mdico Soliciten into-
mocin eti Almacene* 5 y IC cen-
tavo.
Dtsvontzca la Gordon.
all la gordura arruina figura, a
bao* QOO tenga dificultad par. raaptrar
y pone au aalud en peligro, encontrar.
ctj. e fcil perder m.ilio klle por
da con el nuevo mtodo de Hoilywood
llamado IORUOUK Nada da dicta
draatl:* r. ej.rc manto
aln peligra Pida t*ORtfOJ>H m m
farmai la '-1 rita y empiece a ta^
LOCAL:Apropiado para estableci-
miento comercial, cosa nuevo, cn-
trica. Ocurro F. Icoza y Ca.. S. A.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local para
cualquier uso de oficinos o escue-
la privado. Cntrico. Va Espao
16. Tel. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA:Lo oficina y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por la
Ca. Colgote-Palmolive-Peef con
cabida de ms de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente al Estadio
Nocional. Infrmese: Walff y Co.
Ltd*.. Calle 5a.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SE ALQUILA:Un local comercial,
de dos puertas. Tel. 2-1366.
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
icmcna y Super Mercado Celido-
nia; tamben en Ro Abojo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutoud.
Local apropiado para mayorista, f-
brica, deps to en olro negocio que
requiera 400 metros cuadrados de
eipocio con amplio estacionamien-
to portict'lar. Diriri-te Ca de Le-
1 fevre de 8 a.m. a 9 a.m.
SE NECESITAN: Costureros para
camisas y pantalones. No se pre-
sente sin recomendaciones. Sastre-
ra Derby, Calle "I" "No. 5, Sr.
Vargas.
Por cuatro -oto*
en aquella ocasin, continu vo-
tando en favor de los Conser-
vadores en casi todas las cues-
tiones de Importancia.
Adems de Bevan, el Ministro
de Comercio Harold Wilson tam-
bin abandon el Gabinete y se
dijo que John Freeman, secre-
tarlo Parlamentarlo del Minis-
terio de Abastecimientos haba
hecho lo mismo.
Los observadores sealaron
que la mayora Laborista fu de
slo cuatro votos y que sta po-
dra haberse reducido au n slo
voto si Bevan, Wilson y Free-
man hubieran decidido votar
contra el Gobierno.
Esferas polticas autorizadas
anunciaron anoche que Attlee
ya haba seleccionado los aue
reemplazarn a Bevan y Wil-
son. Setrn esos Informantes.
Alfred Robens. actualmente Se-
cretario Parlamentario del Mi-
nisterio de Energa v Combusti-
bles ocupar el Ministerio de
Traba io y el Secretarlo de Jus-
ticia Sir Hartley Shawcross pa-
sar a ocupar el Ministerio ,de
Comercio.
Ms comodidad
para los que usan
DENTADURA POSTIZA
He qui una manera agradable d evi-
tar la incomodidades oue presenta una
dentadura poetiza floja riXODENT IFa-
teeth). un nuevo polvo para polvorear la
dentadura postiza, la mantiene mi fir-
memente en la boca, brindando rpayor
comodidad. No deja sensacin pegajosa.
Es alcalina (no-addo). No agria la boca.
Contrarresta el "olor dentadura "a-
tiza". Suaviza el aliento. Obtenga FIXO-
)ENT iFaateetlil en cualquier farmacia
hoy.
* 1-B
COBRE
Ms Urde ser ms difcil
conseguirlo.
i Nosotros todava tenemos
en existencia:
ROLLOS
HOJAS
TUBERA
ACCCESORIOS
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 27Tel. 3-0140
CUEROS
LEGTIMOS
DE TAPICERA
(Americanos)
69f pie cuadrado
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Tels. 2-2988 y 2-3335
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle U Este #4 Tel. 2-28M
Sabe lo que es
M0NTECRIST0
?
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
e La ms acreditada,
e La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Ro Abajo #2164Tel. 3-0524
Almacn Calle "I" *4
Tel 2-1751
Fu herido por
al Dispensarlo del Hospital A-
mador Guerrero para solicitar
curacin.
Murlllo fue atendido por el
mdico de turno, quien dicta-
min "herida por arma de fue-
go (calibre 38. largo) sobre re-
gln lnfra-capular Izquierda,
sin agujero de salida. Estado de
observacin, quedando recluido
en la sala 2, cama 3, de dicho
hospital.
El denuncio de robo fue pre-
sentado por Rafael Mendoza A-
costa, quien report el hurto
de un mazo de llaves conte-
niendo ocho llaves, una correa
con hebilla de oro que lleva sus
iniciales, diez pedazos de bi-
lletes para el sorteo de este
domingo con el nmero 7478,
un reloj de bolsillo de metal
blanco y unas fotografas y
papeles personales.
Harmodlo Murlllo cuenta con
extenso historial policlvo en el
cual se encuentran siete casos
de hurto, 5 arrestos por vagan-
cia y 2 juegos Ilcitos.
Drsticas disposiciones
el trabajo. Esta disposicin tie-
ne fundamento legal, como se
se dijo, en el Articulo 44 de la
Constitucin Nacional que a la
letra dice: "Las leyes no tienen
efecto retroactivo excepto las
de orden pblico y de inters
social". La construccin de
aceras es materia de orden p-
blico y de inters social.
"Alerta completo"
zas actuarn, segn rdenes
expedidas, para cumplir con
las misiones que se les haya
asignado a ellas en el curso
del ejercicio", dijo el General.
"Operacin Cracker", aadi,
"puede requerir que ciertas
fuerzas se trasladen durante las
horas de obscuridad a lugares
previamente sealados. Estos
movimientos tendrn lugar de
noche por dos razones; la pri-
mera, para reducir lo ms po-
sible cualquier incomodidad quv
se le pueda causar a la pobla-
cin civil, y la segunda, para
proveer un entrenamiento noc-
turno a nuestras fuerzas.
El General Morris agreg que
estas maniobras se llevarn a
cabo de vez en cuando. Esta
ser la primera operacin noc-
turna en conjunto, en la cual
tomarn parte los tres ramos
de las fuerzas militares. "Ope-
racin Cracker" sigue en pos
de la reciente maniobra milita'
que se acaba de efectuar en la
vecindad de Chepo.
Al contestar preguntas for-
muladas por la prensa, el Ge-
neral Morris manifest que se
les solicitar a los agentes de
FERTILIZANTE LIQUIDO
CALIFORNIA
NO ENSUCIA NO MANCHA
SIN OLOR
Contiene Nitrgeno, Potasio
y Acido Fosfrico.
Se recomienda para
Plantas Arboles Prado.
De venta en pintas
y galones
en los
ALMACENES TR0PIDIRA
TROPIDURA
Lo mejor por menos.
polica de la Zona del Canal y
de Panam que ayuden a los
militares a llevar a cabo los
movimientos nocturnos duran-
te "Cracter" y que espera que
las personas que vivan cerca
de laa rutas de los convoyes no
se preocupan indebidamente.
La prensa y las radiodifuso-
ras estn cooperando con el
Comando del Caribe para evisar
al mayor nmero posible de
personas de este ejercicio que
est en proyecto.
A un costo
Las hordas comunistas tai.i-
oin rompieron la linea de Oc-
tavo Ejrcito en el Ro InXin
a unas 25 millas al noroeste de
Sel "y obligaron a las lineas ce
as Naciones Unidas retroced v
m todos.los sectores de su frc-
te de ofensiva de 95 millas con
excepcin del rea de la i-
presa de Hwachon.
Sin embargo, los rojos esta-
ban pagando un terrible precio
por sus avances. En las prime-
ras 24 horas de su asalto litu
perdido a 15,000 soldados en.ir-
muertos y heridos. Decenas de
miles d.soldados rojos reem-
plazaban a los muertos, sincm-
aigo-
Informes del frente indican
que el Comando Comunista ha
lanzado a la lucha a elementos
ce siete cuerpos de ejrcito y
cerca de cinco divisiones or-
coreana* 200,000 chinos y 5.-
000 norcoreanos en la oenai-
va general-
Se cree que otros 400,000 rol-
dados comunistas, en su ma-
yora chinos, se encuentran en
xeserva listos para entrar ai
a luc'na, y se han pedido mis
tropas a Manchuria.
Los enormes caones aa-
os, hasta de 155 milimetro,
y enjambres de aviones nor-
teamericanos se encuentin
sembrando ,1a muerte y destuc-
cin entre las tropas chinas con
ataques continuos.
La sola artillera ha causado
tntre 8,000 y 9,000 bajas a i'-
10J08. En algunos sectores 1"S
iandes caones dispararon an-
danadas cada 2 segundos. Ti
resto de las bajas comunistas
fueron causadas por la avia-
cin aliada.
Los aviones B-28 estuvieron
bombardeando detrs de las li-
neas enemigas destruyendo un
punte en SinanJu en la linea de
ieiuerzo desde Manchuria. Tam-
bin destruyeron un campo de
a ten-Iza je al sur de Pyongyang
y varias barracas en Hungnar.
en la costa oriental.
Olas humanas de enmos y
norcoreanos estuvieron atacan-
do las lineas aliadas a todo io
largo del frente desde Kae3or.?
en el oeste hasta In je en el
ete. en lo que puede ser ur.
intento final de los comunUlas
para sacar a los altados ae
I Corea.
Unos 40,000 soldados rojo3 1-
! Liumpleron a travs de las i:-
; neas aliadas -en el frente ecu-
I iial al sur y sur-este de Kun.ii-
; wa tres horas despus de u*l-
ciado el ataque.
Regimiento tres regimiento di
I rojos surgan hacia el sur por
los riscos y entre los valles, en
medio del incensante caoneo
y bombardeo areo de la
aliados.
CLUB DE B/. 2.50
Qavetero y ropero
moderno.
Cama de caoba, spring
corriente, colchn de
algodn.
Cama de hierro, spring
corriente, colchn de
algodn.
MUEBLERA TON
Mueble Ganado...
Mueble Entregado.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Registra mejora
dicos dice que el estado dei
viejo soldado "contina mejo-
rando ligeramente". Agregan
que el paciente se alimenta li-
geramente y que su tempera-
tura es de algo menos de 38
grados centgrados.
El anciano, que otrora fue
considerado como hroe nacio-
nal de Francia, ha' sobrevivido
125 gobiernos de su patria y
durante su enfermedad ha re-
cibido muchsimas cartas y re-
galos de todas partes del mun-
do con motivo de su cmple-
senos.
La correspondencia y rega-
los han sido enviados a Mada-
me Petaln, quien ha vivido en
una pequea habitacin en es-
ta isla desde que su marido vi-
no aqu como. desterrado.
No debe alarmar
ra posibilidad de que se regis-
traran uno o dos casos en la
zona de Limn, pero que todos
los habitantes de esa regln es-
taban vacunados ya.
En cuanto al sector de Cho-
rrera, nos manifest el doctor
Sandoval que como se haban
registrado en la zona de Los
Mortales, La Valdesa y Caimi-
to tres casos de tifoidea en un
lapso ms o menos largo, se ha-
bla procedido a vacunar a to-
dos los habitantes de esas re-
giones y para ello se ha refor-
zado la Unidad Sanitaria de La
Chorrera con empleados de Pa-
nam.
No se ha registrado, agreg
el doctor Sandoval. ningn ca-
so de fiebre amarilla por esas
reglones.
Habr barbacoa a
beneficio de una j
guardera infantil
El da 27 de los corrientes, el
Club nter-Americano de Muje- .
res celebrar una barbacoa en la
residencia del seor Ricardo A.
Mir, en la calle Colombia, a fin
de acoplar fondos para la guar-
dera infantil que sostiene esa
institucin.
El acto tendr lugar a las sie-
te de la noche y se confa que
d los resultados esperados, pues
la Guardera atiende a 30 nios,
de ocho de la maana a las cinco
de la tarde, todos los dias.
Se nombra directora
de costura en el
Hospital S. Toms
Por Decreto Ejecutivo No. 228
de fecha 24 de Abril ha sido
nombrada la Srta. Mara Gon-
zlez Torres, Directora de Cos-
tura del Hospital Santo Toms,
en reemplazo de la persona qua
se encontraba encargada de esa
direccin, cuyo puesto se decla-
ra insubsistente.
La Srta. Torres se encargar
del puesto con una asignacin
mensual de B.125.00.
Pelean a golpes por
la disputa Truman-
General MacArthur
CIUDAD DE MEXICO. Abril
24 (UP)La Polica dijo qua
la controversia entre Trunin
y MacArthur ocasion una pu-
la* entre familias aqui, resil-
lando cuatro personas sena*1
mente heridas en la discuaiiaa
Dos miembros de una familia,
simpatizadores de Truman -
se trenzaron en una lucha con-
tra otros dos, quienes simpati-
zaban con MacArthur.
---------------------------__ j
Por decisin
El jurado del sbado pasada
estuvo integrado por la Sra. Yo-
landa Salas de Hirschfeld, I-.e?
sldente del Club Interamerleauo
ce Mujeres; el Sr- Luis E. Gon-
zlez, Presidente del Sindica'."'
de Periodistas de Panam; el
Sr. Armando Moreno, Redact t
Jefe de "El Panam Amrka";
i los Sres. J. J. Eclcer y Ca los
Mouynes.
La eleccin de la Reina el
pioximo Domingo, en lugar del
Sbado, se 'nar por declai
popular. i
No se encuentra
presentados por la Contralo-
na.
Fuentes enteradas nos infor-
maron asimismo que tampoco
tiene ambiente la rebaja da
sueldos en las altas esferas ofi-
ciales, ya que con ello se per-
judicara a una gran masa de
empleados pblicos de escasea
recursos y al final de cuentas
ella no resolvera el problema.
Hasta el momento de cerrar
planas, no se haba hallado nin-
guna solucin en el seno de
la comisin a este respecto.
Pagando un
elbiria 300 mil toneladas da
carne argentina, pero desde que
as negociaciones anglo-argtn-
ilnas quedaron Interrumpida.
ti ao pasado, los argentinos
omentaron otros mercado...
El protocolo aumenta el em-
barque de carne en con.se.va
de 27,000 que estipulaba el Tra-
tado a 30,000. Gran Bretaa pa-
gar ahora precios que fluctan
entre 18 a 146 libas estera.as
por tonelada, comparado con el
precio que fijaba el Tratado de
37 a 536 libras esterlinas.
Con un bapaie
revalorlzar el teatro. Poco des-
pus la Compaa se origin
{irofeslonalmente incorporando a
as mejores figuras del momen-
to teatral espaol, recorriendo
en triunfo durante cuatro aos
toda la peninsula e Isla adya-
centes, consiguiendo durante es-
te tiempo tres premios naciona-
les, al mejor repertorio, a la
mejor interpretacin y a la me-
jor compaa del ao.-Entoncej
sus inquietudes les llevaron has-
ta las playas americanas para
iniciar la temporada de Teatro
Espaol en este Continente.
Debutaron el 21 de Octubre da
1949 en La Habana De enton-
ces ac, han recorrido con xito
creciente. Puerto Rico, (seis me-
ses actuacin ininterrumpida).
Repblica Dominicana, Venezue-
la y Colombia (8 mesesj, desde
donde pasaron a Panam a San
Jos de Costa Rica y Mxico, fi-
nal de su primera temporada da
dos aos en Amrica.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
De conformidad con lo que
establece 1 Art. 777 del Cdi-
go de Comercio, aviso al p-
blico que por medio de la Es-
critura Pblica No. 612 de
Abril 21 de 1951 de la Notara
2a. del Circuito de Panam,
he comprado al seor JULIO
CINIGLIO. el establecimiento
comercial de su propiedad
denominado "ABARROTERIA
8AN RATAEL", que funciona
en el No. 52 de la Calle 17
Oeste, de esta ciudad.
Teung Kin Law Niio
Panam. Abril 21 de 1951.
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Ud. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /JC
diarios I
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 Celidonia
Tel. 2-ltSl
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MARTES. ABRIT. ?4. 1S51
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIET
Finaliz El Torneo Nal. De Baseball
Logrando Herrera El Subcampeonato
Se entregaron los
Trofeos y Premios
El Cerrad clasific
para la serie final
del Sed Comercial
Los mlleos do Matias Cernid
clasificaron para Ir a la Serie'
Final del Campeonato Comercial
de Softball al vencer anoche al
Istmeo por nueve carreras a
tres en Santa Rita, colocndose
a la vea en el primer lugar del
torneo con siete victorias v dos
derrotas a medio Juego del Ca-
f Duran que baj al segundo
lugar.
En el Juego de anoche la ba-
teria el cernid castig con 10
Imparables, dos de los cuales
fueron Jonrones de Solanos en'
el sexto acto con un corredor en .
base y tro de Luis Mel con dos
bases en el tercer episodio.
Por los msicos lanz Luis
Mel seis actos y un terci, en-
trando en tu lugar "Lacho"
Spencer quien termin. Meto se
acredit el triunfo y tiene ahora
cuatro triunfos sin derrotas. Al-.
varado* hasta el quinto y Molinai
hasta el final del Juego lanzaron
por el Ron Istmeo que sufri
su sptima derrota anoche. Al-!
varado fu el perdedor.
El score condensado del par-
tido fu el siguiente:
C. H. E. I
M. Cernid 031 230 *9 10 1
Istmeo 000 M3 03 2
El softball comercial acord nuevo
V
calendario con algunos juegos diurnos
Nuevo calendario acord la Liga Comercial de Softball en
ltima reunin, y adems resolvi celebrar "algunos partidos en
las horas de la Urde y doble luego loa domingos comentando a
as nueve de la maana.
El calendario reformado es el siguiente:
Mircoles 25.V. Pre vs. B.IT.R. a las 4:30 p.m.
Jueves 26.Hudson vs. Caf Darn a fas 7:30 p.n
Viernes 27.Fiduciario vs. Cervecera a Us 4:30 p.m.
Sbado 28.Ron Istmeo vs. Packard a las 4:30 p.m.
Domingo 29.Caf Duran va. Packard a las 9:00 ajn.
Domingo 29.e. Comejn vs. V. Peres a las 10:45 p.m.
Lunes 30.Cervecera va. M. Cerrad a las 4:30 p.m.
Martes 31.B.UJt. ts. M. Cerrad a Us 4:30 p.m.
Mircoles I.Mayo Caf Purn vs. B.U.R. a las 4:30 p.m.
El "Panam-Amrica" Jugar
Maana Con El "El Pas", Sofl
Maana u las cuatro de la
tarde se medirn en el campo
de Juegos del Instituto Nacional
los equipos de El Panam Ame-
rica y El Pas, en encuentro que
tuvo que ser aplazado a causa
de la lluvia
An cuando El Pais tiene a
jugadores que todava no han;
soltado el bibern, los pipones
de El Panam Amrica espe-
ran darles una gran paliza.
El ms conspicuo dueo de
equipos de softball del presente
ao. doctor Mariano "Rano" So-
sa actuar como arbitro princi-
pal de este juegazo.
La entrada es gratis, an cuan
do se pens en un principio
cobrar un balboa por persona.
Chiriqui y Coln
triunfaron ayer
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L B
La liga de Basketball prorroga hasta
el Jueves el cierre de inscripciones

Seor Reeior: La Universidad
Necesita an Instructor Deportivo
Entraremos a divulgar la sp- i
tima leccin Definicin de Edu-
cartn. Es necesario que desde j
ahora nos formemos una ideal
completa y exacta sobre lo que
as la Educacin Fsica; por lo
tanto debemos llegar a una
conclusin precisa de lo que es I
esa materia. Pero como la Edu-
cacin Fsica en nuestro tiempo;
es un conjunto de disciplinas'
que tienden al desarrollo blol-1
trico de nuestro ser, es necesario
por lo tanto analizar detalla-,
todamente la definicin que va-
mos a dar. La Educacin Fsica
consiste en un conjunto de re-!
glas biolgicas, psicolgicas y pe i
dagglcas que propenden al de-
sarrollo armnico del cuerpo y la
pslquis del hombre, empleando
para ello la moderna conquista
de las ciencias biolgicas, fsicas,
psicolgicas y tcnicas. Sus m-
todos no son unilaterales en su;
realizacin, sino por el contrario
racionalizados y globalizado den
tro de los programas educati-j
' vos. Ella abarca desde el pero-:
do pre-eacolar (lactante) hasta
x el post-escolar, alcanzando gran!
importancia durante el perodo'
' escolar. Por ltimo, ella no per- ;
sigue como objetivo principal
realizar una tarea selectiva, si-
no hacer participar al mximo
de los humanos en la disciplina
del desarrollo corporal y la hi-
giene corporal. Esa definicin
1 termina afirmando que Educa-
cin Fsica pretende conducir
a hombre "hacia loa altos nive-
les de la cultura universal". Es-
ta sola enunciacin tiene un
sentido dentro de los postulados
> de la cultura. Es decir, que la
Educacin Fsica no es sola-
mente una ciencia tcnica sino
que tiene su contenido y su pro-
yeccin cultural. La "nueva" i
Educacin Fsica se opone, fuer- ,
te y gil, como una nueva moda- >
lldad. tomo una actitud intelec-
tual y filosfica, ant- e! tradi-
cional concepto (ya desechado
por las mentes cientficas) de
< que ella preparaba al Individuo
para la lucho, para ir. guerra
? Cierto eminente intelectual y
glmnasiarca moderno Ingls, a-
flrmata que el verdadero atleta
cuito moderno "posee una sore-
na actif.itl interior, porque tie-
ne fe en el triunfo y confianza
en sus propias fuerzas, y tam-
bin sabe perder con noble a-!
ballerosidad, tal como lo hacia I
el atleta intelectual de la nacin ,
Helena"
(Continuar) '
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball, acord prorrogar hasta el
jueves 20 el cierre de las ins-
cripciones para la prxima tem-
porada. Hasta el sbado tolo
estaban inscritos en las cate-
goras mayor masculina, los
equipos Cyrnos, Bam y Ches-
terfield, inscribindose en el da
de ayer el Mauricio y se espe-
ra que el conjunto de la Po-
lica Nacional lo har en el
transcurso de la semana. Los
equipos inscritos en la segunda
categora son: Carlos Eleta, Re-
beldes, Parque Lefevre. Fuerte
15, Bam Jr., y Elisa Barrera,
esperndose tambin que Otros
equipos se inscriban de aqui i
al jueves 20. da en que queda-
rn definitivamente cerradas las
inscripciones. La liga, de acuer-
do con la reglamentacin de los
estatutos, acord llamar a se-
sin extraordinaria el viernes
27 y nombrar en esa fecha los
nuevos dirigentes. Las sesiones
del Jueves 26 y viernes 27 se-
rn en ei saln de descanso de
la Cervecera Nacional a las 5
de la tarden
En la categora mayor feme-
nina no han Inscrito ningn
equipo. Se informa a todos los
equipos que deben presentar su
nmina de jugadores debida-
mente firmadas.
11 .....
Los Dodgers Vencieron a
Los Bravos En 16 Entradas
(Servicio de la Prensa Unida)
DETROIT.Un Jonrn de Vic
Wertz con dos en bases en la
novena entrada decidi el par-
tido a favor de los Tigres sobre
los Carmelitas. Previamente en
la quinta jornada Pat Mullin
con dos en bases, como bateador
emergente, dio otro Jonrn que
empat el desafo.
NUEVA YORKLou Llmer dio
un Jonrn con uno en base en
la novena entrada que puso en
peligro para los Yanquis el de-
salo en que vencieron por 5 a
4 a los Atltlcos. Estos anota-
ron dos carreras al comenzar
el Juego por dos sencillos y tres
pases seguidos concedidos por
Vlc Raschi. Los Yanquis empa-
taron en el segundo por un pa-
se y tres sencillos. En el sexto
sacaron a Lou Brlssie por pase
a Larry Berra, doble de Joe Dl-
maggio, pase intencional a Jac-
kie Bensen, sencillo de Johnny
Mlze seguido de otro de Phil
Rlzzuto. Mickey Mantle que dio
tres sencillos en cinco veces al
bate se anot uno de ellos en
la sptima entrada, pas a se-
gunda por sacrificio y anot por
sencillo de Jansen la que final-
mente result la carrera decisi-
va.
EN LA LIGA NACIONAL
Los Dodgers de Brooklyn ven-
cieron a los Bravos de Boston
por 2 a 1 en un desafio que
dur 16 entradas y que se deci-
di cuando Cari Furillo conect
un single que empuj a Bill Cox
con la carrera ganadora. Wa-
rren Spahn tir toda la distan-
cia por los Bravos, mientras que
los Dodgers utilizaron los servi-
cios de Joe Hatten, Erv Palica y
Clyde King..
Harry Breechen condujo a los
Cardenales al triunfo por 2 ca-
rreras a 1 sobre los Rojos. Con-
nie Ryans en el segundo acto
conect un cuadrangular para
anotar la-nica carrera de los!
Rojos. El veterano Ken Raffens-
berger sufri su segundo desca-
labro de esta temporada.
A pesar de jonrones de Bobby
Thompson y Jack Lohrke los Gi-
gantes perdieron con los Phillies
de Filadelfia por anotacin de
8 carreras a 4 anoche. Jocko
Thompson fu escogido por el
manager Eddie Sawyer y alcan-
z su primera victoria en esta
temporada.
Andy Pafko conect un doble
en el noveno acto para empu-
jar la carrera ganadora por me-
dio de la cual los Cachorros de
Chicago derrotaron a los Pira-
tas por anotacin de 2 carreras
a 1 Por k>s Cachorros conect
un cuadranguilar Bill Serena.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace imprescindible 1a
Construccin de an Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
.loceos de SANTA RITA.
ESTADO FINAL
VIII Campeonato Nacional de
Baseball Amateur, Chltr.
G. P. Pje.
PANAMA ..........9 l.Mt
Barrera .............. 6 S .666
Chiriqui.............. 6 S .666
Coln ................ 6 S .666
Bocas del Toro.....6 1 .666
Cort ................ 4 5 .444
Daen ............ 4 6 .444
Veraguas ............. i 7 2X1
Los Santos ......... 2 7 22*
San Blas ............ i .m
Resultados de Ayer
Chiriqui le gano a Veraguas
Coln venci a Bocas del Toro
di)Con gran entusiasmo fina-
lise ayer el VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur,
terminando cuatro equipos em-
patados en el segundo lugar, de-
cidindose dar el subcampeonato
al equipo de Herrera por tener
el mejor promedio de bate.
Panam conquist invicto el
torneo, Chiriqui, Coln y Bocas
terminaron empatados en el
tercer lugar; Darin y Cort II-
naUaaron empatados en el sexto
puesto; Los Santos y Veraguas
nivelaron acciones en el octavo
lugar y San Blas termin ce-
rrando el grupo.
Despus de los juegos anun-
ciados en el programa se repar-
tieron los Trofeos y premios,
medallas y Diplomas al Mrito
a los ganadores, jugadores des-
tacados y campeones en los di-
ferentes circuitos, para declarar
despus clausurado el VIII Cam-
peonato Nacional de Baseball
Amateur.
En los juegos finales del Ca-
lendario, el equipo de Chiriqui
termin sus compromisos con
una victoria sobre Veraguas por
Sat donde los chirlcanos pe-
garon siete incogibles y come-
tieron 4 errores, y los veragen-
ses conectaron cuatro impara-
bles y fallaron ocho veces; el
lansador ganador fu V. Selles
y el perdedor R. Tejada.
In el otro partido el equipo
de Coln le gan ampliamente
al conjunto de Bocas del Toro
Citacin Deportiva
Se cita para esta tarde a las'
5 y 30 en el Gimnasio del Ma-
raen a las Jugadoras del equi-
po El Daar, y especialmente
a los Jugadores siguientes Flix
Sarlat. Herlberto Torres, Carlos
Arriete, Alfonso y Pablo Smith,
Roberto Tapia, Eduardo Carrera,
Jos Mara Guardia, Plllta Araz
Edmundo Gordon, Luis Farfait
y Rojas Sucre.
Carcajadas! Chistes! Chascarrillos!
Mil y una ancdotas .
forman el
Almanaque de la Panamericana
A PARTIR DEL 1* DE MAYO
TODOS LOS DAS A LAS 6 A.M.
Despirtese alegremente. .
_ sintonizando
----Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
El Pern termin con
el invicto del Dep.
Remn en ftbol
ESTADO DE LOS EQLIPOS
(Ftbol del Chorrillo)
G. E. P. Pje.
C. Ramn ........4 1 1 9
Dep. Pern ....... 4 1 2 9
PRI ..............2 13 5
Mendosa........... 2 6 3 4
Nacional ........... 114 3
El equipo Coronel Remn per-
di su Invicto frente al Depor-
tivo Pern por dos a cero en la
continuacin del Campeonato
del Ftbol Mayor del Barrio del
Chorrillo. Con este resultado
los argentinos empatan el pri-
mer puesto.
Anotaron los tantos por el
Pern, Armuelles y Chester
Brown.
En el otro partido los mu-
chachos del PRI. y el Nacional
empataron a un tanto; el pri-
mer tiempo inalia a favor del
PRI, con un tanto que lo ano-
t el delantero Francisco Bru-
nei; en el segundo tiempo cuan
do faltaba pocos minutos para
terminar el partido Henry Tho-
mas cobr con xito un penal.
Ftbol Nacional
IVAN KANCHA
Tomamos al azar este sugesti-
vo nombre para darle prominen-
cia al tema que vamos a tratar,
por que afecta por lo general a
todos los futbolistas: dirigentes
y dirigidos.
Tomamos como base el desa-
rrollo local que es la espina dor-
sal del futbol,que se prctica en
la Repblica.
Existe eii la actualidad un
despertar enorme y un entusias-
mo digno de ser aprovechado
por todos los quo quieren que
este deporte ocupe lugar de pro-
minencia, no ya en los linderos
patrios; sino en el concierto in-
ternacional.
Los dirigentes todos como un
solo hombre deben trabajar y
luchar denominadamente por-
que sus eventos organizados ten-
gan el xito colectivo deseado,
sacar futbolistas de todas las
categoras y de todos los rinco-
nes de la ciudad, estimulando
a la legin de Jvenes que hoy
pugnan por lucir orgullosos al-
gn dia la chaqueta internacio-
nal.
Esta tarde pesada no debe
cargara ni uno, ni dos, ni tres
hombres sino todos los que de
una manera moral se han com-
prometido a servir al deporte
nacional. Por lo regular en estas
andanzas siempre se cosechan
ingratitudes y mal querencias,
pero como deportistas debemos
ser fuertes y seguir con entereaa
por el camino adelante y sentar
precedente de dinamismo, de
honradez, de valor moral y f-
sico, para que los que vengan
a reemplazarnos tengan sus
ideales y su inspiracin, que la
obra quede hecha aunque su au-
tor permanezca entre las nieblas
del anonimato.
En cuanto a los jugadores,
aunque dicha sea la verdad mu-
chos no han recibido la ms
mnima enseanza elemental de
ftbol, pero es necesario subir
el porcentaje tcnico, porque el
que se tiene es sumamente ba-
jo. Debemos evitar esos conti-
nuos saques de bola afuera, de-
bemos conceder menos saques
de esquina, tener mejor visin
del arco, abolir por completo la
zancadilla, el pise, la carga Ile-
gal, para evitar sanciones; me-
joremos el espectculo para que
sea ms atractivo y tenga ms
simpatizadores. En cuanto a los
conatos matonlles y la lenidad
de ciertos arbitros trataremos
de enfocarlos maana en artcu-
lo similar.
EL SELECCIONADO DE LA COMERCIAL CONCEDE
REVANCHA A LOS ZONEITAS ESTA NOCHE
Magnficos Aprontes Realizan
Los Competidores Del Clsico
Se miden en softball
por 3a. vez en el
cuadro de Sta. Rita
Por tercera vez se enfrentan
esta noche a las ocho en el dia-
mante de Santa Rita, los equi-
pos Polica de la Zona del Ca-
nal y Seleccionado de la Liga
Comercial de Softball, en parti-
do amistoso para levantar fon-
dos para esa Liga, El combina-
do de la Comercial ha derrotado
dos veces a los "pacos" Zoneitas
y una vez al Camel que termi-
n en el cuarto puesto de la
Liga Social.
En el Juego de hoy los mu-
chachos locales tratarn de
mantener su invicto y los zonei-
tas de propinarles su primera
derrota. La Seleccin de la Co-
cercial ya se encuentra acopla-
da y estamos seguros que rendi-
r una gran labor frente a los
"gringos" que tienen un fuerte
equipo.
ir
DEPORTES EN LA
FUERZA Y LUZ
Esta tarde continuar la Jus-
ta de Softball entre las nove-
nas representativas del Depto.
de "Telfonos Automticos" vs
I 'Distribucin", esto si el tiempo
lo permite, ya que ayer tarde
la lluvia impidi la celebracin
' del partido que tena sealado
el Calendarlo de este Torneo
entre "Ingenieros de Telfonos
Automticos" vs "Garage y Al-
macn".
El partido que sostienen hoy
los Telefonistas y Distribuidores
es de suma importancia para
ambos, debido a que si los Dis-
tribuidores ganan hoy termi-
narn con el invicto de los Te-
lefonistas: en cambio si los
Telefonistas salen airoso obten-
drn su octavo triunfo conse-
cutivo.
Empataron a cinco
carreras Leones
y Villa Aguilar
Por N. S. ZAMBRANO
En un Juego de extra inning
y lleno de momentos emocionan-
tes empataron Los Leones de La
Chorrera y el Deportivo Villa
Aguilar con el score de cinco ca-
rreras a favor da ambos, ban-
dos en el octavo inning cuando
se tuvo que suspender el juego
por la lluvia.
Descoleron por Los Leones:
Roberto Moreno como lanzador
quita hizo pasar sus malos ra-
tas al villa Aguilar y a sus "fa-;
ntlcos", el Presidente de Los
Leones de La Chorrera Ernes-
to 8einmat quien cubriendo el
RF hizo tres cogidas sensaciona-
les estando las tres bases lle-
nas, tambin "descoll" Manuel
I. Avila que pareca una estaca
en la tercera base y 'Manteca"
Cedeo como animador de Los
Leones (cuando tenan la ven-
ala a su favor i.
Por el Villa Aguilar sobresa-
lieron Miguel Supo tanto en el
bate como en el campo. Ramn'
Ruiz en el bate, en el campo
y en las discusiones con el r-,
bitro Jefe Rolando Mundo, y,
el "Fat" Izaza con su recia ma-i
Jagua.
Los Leones de La Chorrera
esperan hacer una sesin espe-!
cial para decidir la fecha del
prximo partido, por lo tanto i
auedaremos en la espera de sus'
decisiones.
Presidente De La Repblica"
por RDEME
Magnficos trabajos estn realizando los ms sobresalientes'
ejemplares que participarn en el Clsico "Presidente de la Re-
pblica" que se correr el prximo Domingo en el Hipdromo Na-
cional.
Los que ms estn impresionando a los dockers son los de*
Jensores del Stud Blue i "Vhlte, Dictador y Plnard, que sin lu-
p.ar a dudas ocuparn el primer lugar en el favoritismo el dia do
ia carrera.
Tambin los clockers se encuentran maravillados con los tra-
bajos presentados por el magnifico Ingls Main Road, que el Do-
mingo pasado ocup el segundo lugar entre los campeones ape*
sar de ser la primera vez que competa contra los mejores caba-
llos de la pista.
He aqui los probables Jinetes que Rularn a los competidores
del Clsico "Presidente de la Repblica":
DICTADOR ......................... J. BRAVO
P1NARD .................... JOSE RODRIGUEZ
ROYAL COUP ...................... G. ALFARO
MAIN ROAD ........................... ?
RATHLIN LIGHT ...........,......... A. MENA
WELSH LOCH ..................... K. FLORES
LINNEY HEAD ................. J. CONTRERAS
HUAIRO ........................ F. JARAMILLO
PHOEBUS APOLLO ............... B. AGUIRRE
MARISCALITO ................... Los tenistas Pinilla, G. Motta
Willis y Hele pasan a los semi
finales del Torneo Spalding
Maana mircoles y el jueves
se celebrarn los juegos semi-
finales del torneo de tennis por,
la Copa Spalding, pugna que se
est llevando a cabo en forma
muy interesante y bajo los aus-
pelos de la Comisin Nacional
de Tennis.
Participaran los Juegos semi-
finales los siguientes tenistas:
Pinilla vs G. Motta
se enfrentan maana a las 4pm.
Willis vs Hele
el Jueves a las 4 p. m.
Los ganadores de estos dos
semifinales jugarn el Domingo
en la maana el partido por la
Copa Spalding.
En los ltimos Juegos celebra-
dos Bill Hele derrot a Pinato
por anotacin de 6-2 y 6-4 para
pasar a los semifinales.
En los Juegos celebrados el
domingo H. Willis gan a F.
Hladky por 6-2 y 7-5. G. Motta
venci a Me Perera por 6-1 y 6-1
Julio Pinilla derrot a M. Chand
wlck por 6-4 y 6-2.
Comandancia y Compaa No. 2 triunfaron
en la apertura del softball de los bomberos
Con marcado entusiasmo y
ante numeroso pblico se inau-
gur el Primer Campeonato de
Softball del Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros de Panam, triunfando el
equipo de la Comandancia., en e
encuentro de apertura.
El acto tuvo lugar en el cua-
dro de la Plaza Amador y rem
gran animacin durante la Ce-
remonia y en los dos partidos
que se celebraron.
La Comandancia triunf so-
bre la Guardia Permanente por
carreras a 5, pegando nueve
imparables los ganadores por 8
de sus rivales.
Zarak fu el pitcher ganador
y Ublllus carg con la derrota.
En el otro partido del Progra-
ma de Inauguracin, el equipo
de la Compaa Uo. 2 derrot
al conjunto de la Compaa No.
6 por 20 carreras a 12. donde
los vencedores pegaron 15 inco-
gibles por 13 de los perdedores,
cometiendo entre ambos equipos
17 errores. Guerra se anot la
victoria como lanzador y Earl
fu el perdedor.
La Competencia continuar el
prximo fin de semana, y debu-
tarn los otros seis equipos que
estn inscritos en el Campeo-
AHORA!
Una Crema de Afeitar que es realmente
buena para la piel
Maravilloso ingredienteelogiado por los mdicos
ayuda a conservar el aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro
nato en la siguiente forma:
Sbado 28
COMPARIA No. 5
vs
COMPARIA No. 3
Domingo 29
Electricistas vs Compaa No. 1
Compaa No. 4 vs Banda
El Wninter sigue en
el comando del ftbol
menor del Chorrillo
El Deportivo Whlnter derrot al
PRI por seis a cero en el Cam-
Seonato de Ftbol del Circuito
lenor del Chorrillo, anotaron
los tantos Luis- Macias con tres
Manuel Domnguez con dos y
Alfredo Brown, con uno.
En el otro partido el Deporti-
vo Whlnter derrot al PRI por
uno a cero.
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PANAMA COLON
Desde hace aos, ios cientficos
saben que el lavar y raspar que acom-
paan cada afeitada tienden a dejar la
piel arrugada e irritada. Pero, ahora, se ha
elaborado una nueva y admirable crema
de afeitar que refresca la piel a la vez que
usted se afeita ... y ayuda a conservar el
rostro terso y juvenil.
MARAVILLOSO INGREDIENTE
Esta frmula revolucionara en cremas de
afeitar tiene por base una maravillosa subs-
tancia llamada Extracto de Lanolina. El
Extracto de Lanolina es 26 vece ms concen-
trado que la Lanolina que los mdicos rece-
tan usualmente para la piel. Le permite a
usted, mucho mejor que antee, afeitadas a
ras de piel, ntidas ... y sin irritacin!
lUOGADA POR LOS MIDICOSI
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
de la oiel aus han probado la nueva
Williams alaban el que es haya agregado
Extracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema de Afeitar
Williams disfruta de esta substancia mara-
villosa. Y, cuanto ms use Williams, ms se
convencer de lo benfica que es para la piel.
|USE WILLIAMS LA PRXIMA
VIZ QUE SE AFIITII
Si usted desea afeitabas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica crema de afeitar
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
"Loi Champion hocen
diferencia en cuanto Dolencia mo-
rr," die. .1 Dr. ATTILA INFANTE
VIEIRA do Re d (anoiio, "y cuanto
mayor poloncia tenga mi tractor,
tanto mol rpido ha do cumplir su*
tareas. No hay ms quo probar un
nuovo juogo de Champion para ver
como debe funcionar
un motor. Son las
oujlas de encendido
- -guras que amos
te usodo."
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AGU LAR DOLLY
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Agustina de Aragn, mujer espaola
A todo lo largo de la his-
toria de Espaa, desde los das
dantescos de Sagunto y Nu-
mancia, siempre surgieron mu-
jefes gloriosas para Espaa.
Presididas desde la cumbre del
genio por Santa Teresa de Je-
ss, por doa Mara de Molina,
Reina de Castilla y de Len,
y por doa Isabel, Reina de to-
das las Espaas y ensanchado-
ra del mundo, dieron a la pa-
tria espaola, con la gracia y
la delicadeza de su feminidad,
el temple de la raza.
Una vez ms, las mujeres se
inmortalizaron en los sitios,
gloriosos y espantables, de Za-
ragoza.
Ni el fuego ni el plomo las
hizo retroceder, ni la brbara
y bien adiestrada superioridad
numrica del enemigo. Desme-
lenadas como leonas, tomaban
las armas y mataban, curaban,
despus, a sus heridos; llena-
ban de clamores, protestas y
plegarlas las naves del Pilar y
no permitan los hombres
que entraran al rezo, sino que
los obligaban a cubrir las mu-
rallas; despus..., ellas, con fie-
ros impetus, saltaban a los lu-
gares de mayor peligro y, arre-
batando las armas a los que
caan, se plantaban en sublime
relevo. No teman a la muerte
y no teman nada. En Zara-
goza, hombres y mujeres-, todos
eran hroes.
La historia de los Sitios con-
decora a los nombres gloriosos
de doa Maria Consolacin A-
slor, condesa de Bureta; Be-
nita Portles, Casta Alvarez,
Maria Agustiu y Manuela San-
cho. La ms popular se llam
Agustina Zaragoza su apelli-
do parece un anticipado galar-
dn providencia]; tena vein-
te aos, era morena, de gran-
des y hermosos ojos; si no lin-
da, graciosa; alta, bien forma-
da, de viveza agradable y aire
despejado. En un parapeto,
cuando ms peligroso y enco-
nado era el asalto esta brava
mujer culmin st- heroica ges-
ta disparando enfurecida un
can. Y con su exaltacin y
patriotismo decidi la suerte del
combate.
Ahora, la cinematografa es-
paola exalta esta figura glo-
riosa de la Independencia es-
paola, en la produccin de CI-
FESA, "Agustina de Aragn"'
que se preestren el martes lo.
de mayo en el Teatro Presi-
dente. Nadie mejor que Aurora
Bautista para encarnar ese per-
sonaje que, de la vulgaridad de
una vida oscura, alcanza por
el aliento heroico de.1 momento,
;a sublimidad de los elegidos.
RadiO
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HOT MARTES
El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Robert Garden y su Orq
Peticiones
Vibraciones' del Aire
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Filigranas musicales
Msica escogida
Noticiero deportivo
Merel y Arango.
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
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Mara (de Jorge Isaac)
Cigarrillos 'Camel"
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Por los Senderos de
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Ritmos populares
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la
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Msica tiplea
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El Correo del Aire
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PARA CONMEMORAR EL
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Una picaresca comedia! Los
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ELDORADO
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PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
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ANDREA PALMA
- en -
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Una ambicin desmedida
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Y una pasin encendida
por aquella mujer... lo
Iban consumiendo, por-
que todo lo haba logra-
do... pasando. "Por la
Puerta Falsa"...!
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HOY Solamente!
Soberbia!... Una biografa
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"HOMBRE del PUEBLO"
(Magnificent Yankee)
Louis Calhern Ann
Harding
MAANA!
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Cmico-Musical!
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con Kathry Grayson
Van Johnson
Paula Raymond
DESDE JUEVES!
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del deber... Todo lo olvid cuando lo ceg la pasin!
\.
POR UNA MALA MUJER"
LEE J. COBB
and
JANE WYATT
JOHN DALL
Un drama
extra-
ordinario da
Crimen y
Pailn!

Am a una
mujer que lo
quera
Iodo... Y
cao ara
demasiado
para
cualquier
Hombrel...
El Rey de la Selva JOHNNY VfFIS8MLU.KR
y BRENDA JOYCE, en
'TARZAN Y US AMAZONAS"
________ COPIA NUEVA I .
TEATRO LUX
ESTRENO ESPECIAL)
Dramtica...I Sensacional... 1
Luch por su Patria...y por 1
amor de su esposa I
"Hombre de Pueblo"
con
Leuls
CALHERN
Ann
HARDING
Una pareja
Inolvidable!
BELLA tlSTA
Una historia de odio, venanla
y muerte!
FAITH DOMERGUK, en
VENDETTA"
TEATRO CECILIA
0:50 0.25
Romntica comedia musical en colores!
Esther WILLIAMS Van JQHNSON. en
"LA SIRENA SE ENAMORA"
(Duchess of Idaho)
con John LUND Paula RAYMOND
TEATRO TROPICAL
Don Barry Ella Raines
- en -
"LA LEY DE LA
HOMBRA"
UNA PELCULA HECHA CON
PURO Y SANGRE I
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
A LAS 9:00 P.M. WAHOO!
B 115.00 en Premios!
Adems: Yvonne De Cario, en
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Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. en
"ESPADA Y CORAZN"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Rosa Carmina
Fernando Fernndez, en
"TRAICIONERA" y
"Azahares para Tu Boda"
TEATRO IRIS
Luis Aguilar, en
"Una Cancin m la Virgen"
"LOS MARIDOS ENGASAN
DE 7 A ?"________
VARIEDADES
,ii.i as. ni ii-.
Una crnica de actualidad hecha
con la cmara t
Accin!... Intrlgal- SuspensoI...
JORGE SALCEDO
SEBASTIAN CHIOLA
- en -
"APENAS UN
. DELINCUENTE"
Un xito del Cine Argentino!
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO!
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A las 8 y 9 p.m.
"MUJERES POLICAS"
- y -
"VICTIMAS del TERROR"
TEATRO EDISON
DA DE BANCO!
B.I2S.M en efectivo!
"El Misterio de La Playa"
- y -
"ALAS EN LA NIEBLA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
William Bendlx, en
"GUADALCANAL"
y James Cagney, en
"PASEO AL SOL"
HISPANO
DA DEL PUBLICO!
. 3 Pelculas! -
La Mujet DUUnier"
'Esclavo del Deber"
t Rubia Explosiva"
PAC f ico
Irma Torres, en
"PASIN JAROCHA"
y
Nlni Marshall, en
"UNA GALLEGA EN
____MEXICO"
APOLO
'TIERRA DE PASIN'
con J. Negrete y
M Moro Adems:
'OJOS NEGROS"
con F. Soler y
Manolita Moro
IDEAL
LA ESPADA FATAL'
Episodios 1,2-S
- Ademas: -
DOS PELCULAS!...
VISTERMOSA
A Us t:00 pm.
El Prof. SANTIERMY
M. A. Pona, en
"MARCO ANTONIO
Y CLEOPATRA"
Hufo del Carril, en
' LA NO
ROOSEVELT
NOCHE DE SANCO'
PATRIA NUEVA"
- y -
"1M HOMBRES V
UNA MUCHACHA"
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