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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
"let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
-fymouAed itie, fri& Owe
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Reds Pour On; Fall Of Seoul Imminent!
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(U.S. Army photo by NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
row on Soldiers of the 24th Infantry Division, which was the first U. S. outfit to be
SO*f.^' i7 th. Korean War malee ready to board the Navy transport General Eltlnge at
sSo Japan."xhS"athe"Ttaantrymen to embark for home under the new rotation
system.
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(NEA Telepboto)
SOME STAY U. 8. OIs In North Korean foxholes keep a sharp lookout for signs of the ap-
proKmnK enemy, as thev Ruard a supply Une north of the 38th Parallel. Chinese Reds plung-
edW milesi through a gapin the UN line as their spring offensive gained momentum. (Pho-
to by NEA-Acme staff photographer Walter Lea.)_______________________________________
'Red Tide'Leaving;
Kobbe Beach Open
^Though traces of the "red tide"
are still observable In Panam
Bay, analysis of the water at
Ft. Kobbe Beach has improved
to the extent that Army medical
authorities have reopened It for
swimming.
Two surveys made within the
Sast week by a member of the
3rd Infantry's medical detach-
ment flying as a passenger with
SUots of the Air Section of the
Jrd have revealed a few streaks
and blotches of red water In the
bay.
Sports fishing has been poor,
and a few dead fish have been
reported. The Panam American
was told.
I Samples of the red water and
of other water taken from obser-
vation points where It had ap-
peared, have been sent to the
States for testing by apparatus
not available on the Isthmus.
FBI Chief Warns US
Against Fanaticism
Of Nation's Reds
WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)
Federal Bureau of Investiga-
tion Director J. Edgar Hoover In
testimony before the House Ap-
propriations Sub Committee
warned the United States that
the Communist Party Is the core
of a subversive movement more
dangerous and more fanatical
than any World War II pro-
Nazi group In the United States.
Hoofer said: "Proof Is over-
whelming as to the conspirator-
ial character of the Communist
Party, which certainly seeks to
annihilate every right of free-
dom and every civil right."
He said there has been a de-
cline In Communist Party mem-
bership in the past year, but
that doesn't mean the party is
disintegrating. In the year end-
ed Dec. 31 last membership came
to down from 54,174 to 43,217.
Hoover explained the reason
for this decline was that after
Communist Party leaders were
convicted In New York the party
started to take stock and clean
house.
"They set up loyalty boards In
their own organization to screen
out FBI agents and Informants,
with the result that over the
last year they have been trying
to get down to a hard core of
earnest Communists who they
can count upon and who will
do their bidding."
Hoover said that for every
Communist Party member there
are 10 fellow travellers or sym-
pathlsers who will do the
Party's bidding.
'Operation Cracker'
Carried Out While
CZ Residents Sleep
"Operation Cracker" came to
a successful close this morning.
Last night while Canal Zone
residents were asleep, the Army
Navy and Air Force were busy in
a military exercise designed to
test their plans for deployment
of forces to safeguard the Canal
and other Zone Installations.
"Cracker" was a Joint maneuv-
er in which all ground, naval
and air forces in the Canal Zone
took part. An alert was ordered
by the Commander In Chief,
Lieutenant General William H.
H. Morris, Jr., at approximately
8:30 last night. As the problem
unfolded, the component com-
mands took the required actions
to Implement orders.
Security guards at most Canal
installations were augmented by
additional Army troops. A size-
able Infantry force moved from
Fort Kobbe to the Atlantic side
to assist Army forces In that sec-
tor. The move was required by
the problem development.
U.S. Army Caribbean sent the
troops in convoy from Fort Kob-
be. by way of the OaUlard and
Trans-Isthmian highways. Part
of the trip, from Madden Wye to
the Trans-Isthmian intersection,
was made under actual blackout
conditions. The remainder of the
route was made with lights as a
safety measure.
All naval installations of the
Fifteenth Naval District took ne-
cessary steps to Insure the safety
of their stations.
Anzacs Take Overtime
Fight, Ease Pressure
BY RUTHERFORD POATS
(NEA Radio Telephoto>
YOKOHAMA TRAGEDY Rescue workers remove charred
bodies from a burned-out coach, after an overhead power line
became entangled In the trolley of an electric train entering
a Yokohama, Japan, station. In the fire a total of 104, in-
cluding even U. 8- occupation troops, were trapped and
burned to death.
Man Bites Dog
PARIS, April 27, (UP) The
French government decided
tonight not to resign despite
the National Assembly's failure
to pass its Electoral Reform
BUL
Frederick, Wilkinson
To Be Farewelled
Tonight At Party
Over 100 of their associates on
the police force and other friends
tonight will say goodby to two
long-time officers of the Canal
Zone police, Capt. C. H. Frederick
and 8gt. Leslie Wilkinson.
The farewell party, which will
be given at Cocola newly re-
novated barbecue pit, is in
charge of Police Sgts. Herbert
Holmer and Ed FlshBough.
Capt. Frederick expects to
leave the end of next week. He
Is buying a trailer and will drive
over the United States, he says,
until he finds a place he wants
to make his home. He is deputy
warden of the Canal Zone peni-
tentiary.
Sgt. W11 k 1 n son's plans are
equally uncertain. He la retiring
from service the end of May and
expects to leave June 1 to spend
a few months fishing and hunt-
ing in North Dakota. After that
he will "head south with the
birds." He Is in command of the
Pedro Miguel substation.
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA, Apr.
27, (UP) The Aussies did it a-
galn.
Fighting n "overtime" en-
gagement on the anniversary of
another heroic Australian stand,
they stopped the Chinese break-
through drive on the Central
front.
The men of the British Com-
monwealth 27th Brigade, whose
battalions were preparing to sail
for Hong Kong when the Chinese
attacked, won the toughest and
most Important victory of the
brigade's eight months in Korea.
The climax of the victory came
on Anzac Day, the anniversary of
the Australian and New Zealand
stand on the beaches of Galllpoli
in the first World War. They
fought then with their backs to
the sea, and died rather than
surrender.
The men believed they had
seen their last action in Korea.
They were packing for the trip
to an embarkation port. They
were to be relieved this week by
the British 28th Brigade.
The Australian and New Zea-
land battalions were in reserve
west of Chunchon, 20 miles be-
hind the Central front. Within
24 hours after the Chinese struck,
they were moving Into position
to meet the onslaught.
The Aussies met the Chinese
early Tuesday morning six miles
south of the 38th parallel. The
Chinese hit hard, and they
streamed around both flanks of
the Australian front in an at-
tempt to infiltrate the Common-
wealth line.
There they ran into other un-
yielding brigade units and the
battle for the Chunchon-Seoul
road was on.
Stripped to the waist and
sweating over their smoking 25-
pounders, the New Zealand artil-
lerymen fired throughout the
day and night. They fell back a
little way late Tuesday and dug
in along ridges four miles north
of the highway town of Kapyong.
The next assault came before
Isthmian Old Timer
Albert Gulberlel
Dies In Stales
Albert Gutberlet, Isthmian old
timer and for many years a
businessman in Panam City,
died this morning In Punxsu-
tawney, Pa. Word of his death
was received by his nieces, Mrs.
Richard C. Sergeant and Miss
Marie Qtapf.
The Panam Canal was still
in the early construction days
when Mr. Gutberlet came to the
Isthmus In 1008 as a member of
the Zone police force.
He later worked as a customs
Inspector but left the Canal ser-
vice in June, 1919.
Moving into Panam he start-
ed the first soda fountain and
bowling alley in Panam City,
was at one time owner of the
Silver Dollar Bar and Al's Place.
One of his best known local
businesses was the American
Supply Company on "J" Street
which he owned and managed
until his retirement from active
business about four years ago.
A Mason, and Past Master of
Panam Lodge, A.F. St A.M., he
was also a Spanish War Veteran
and an active Rotaran.
In addition to his wfle, Rose,
and his brother-in-law, Paul
Phillips the three lived to-
gether In Punxstftawnev he
is survived by a sister. Mrs. Em-
ma Weiss, and a brother, Fred G.,
both of Pittsburgh, Pa.
CIO To Sponsor
Chorrillo Meetings
dawn Wednesday Anzac Day.
The Aussies piled up the bodies of
at least 500 Chinese within a few
hours. The break-through fizzled
under the Commonwealth guns
and supporting U.S. air and ar-
tillery strikes.
Finally the brigade reported its
victory in a laconic radio mes-
sage: "Pressure eased considera-
bly."
American In Locona
Pleads Guilty To
Beating Up Wile
Another battery on his wife
within a year will put Leonard
G. Allen, 28, American civilian
employe at the Navy's fuel an-
nex, in a C. Z. Jail for 30 days.
This was the term of a proba-
tion Imposed on him yesterday
afternoon in Balboa Magistrate's
Court when he pleaded guilty to
battery count.
Allen, according to the charge
against him, had bad a row
with his wife, Isollna, early yes-
terday morning at their quart-
ers In Locona. Part of the beat-
ing administered consisted of
banging Mrs. Allen's head re-
peatedly on the floor.
He was1 fined $25 and given a
30-day suspended Jail sentence.
The charge against Allen was
the second of the sort. On Oct.
18, 1948, he was fined $10 for
battery on his wife.
Silver City Wife
Attempts Suicide
CRISTOBAL, April 27 Upset
because she believed that radio
announcements derogatory to
herself and her husband were
being broadcast, Mrs. Casimira
Vllladeres of Sliver City is be-
lieved to have attempted suicide
this morning.
She was taken to Coln Hos-
pital where she was treated for
cuts on her head and throat and
where her condition late this
morning was reported as excel-
lent. A bloody razor was found In
the quarters she occupied with
her husband, Jose a Salvadorlan
employe of the Mindl dairy.
vllladeres, police said, waken-
ed at 5 a.m. and found his wife
in her bed, bleeding about the
head and throat.
Neighbors said that she had
been mentally ill for several
days, imagining that she had
hed announcements on her
radio that people were talking
about her and her husband. She
also was reported to have told
her husband that she did not
want medical attention, that she
wanted to be left alone to die.
Denmark Allows US
Bases in Greenland
WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)
Denmark has agreed to let
the United States operate radar
and weather stations and air-
strips In Greelnd.
TOKYO, April 27 (UP) The United Nations forces
abandoned both the eastern and western anchors of their
Korean defense line today and fell back.
The fall of Seoul appeared imminent.
The Allies are exacting a toll of more than 1,000
Reds killed or wounded for every mile they give up.
The Reds are pouring down on Uijongbu in a three
pronged drive from their Imjin River bridgehead.
Tactical fighters and light bombers of the Fifth Air1
Force are flying through dense haze, rain and low visibility
to support the ground troops.
In the east the Allies abandon-
ed Yanggu, their last major foot-
hold in North Korea, and turned
it Into a no man's land.
South of Inje United Nations
forces drove forward behind a
murderous artillery barrage to
take high ground from North
Koreans and hold It against two
Red counter attacks.
Throughout last night the Chi-
nese pressed hard against some
units covering the retreat on a
hill west of the Uljongbu-Seoul
road, the historic Invasion route
to the capital city whose citizens
were fleeing southward by the
thousands.
Allied artillery thundered all
night, pouring shells into the
"human sea" waves of attacking
Chinese at a rate of 10,000 rounds
in 24 hours.
U.S. B-26 assault planes turned
on their powerful landing lights
to swoop low and plaster the Red
concentrations. Their support
Washington Firm
To Make New Study
Of CZ Tax Issue
An additional study of the
Canal Zone's income tax situa-
tion will be undertaken soon by
the Washington law firm of
King King, The Panama Am-
erican learned today. '
Meantime Donald McNevin, of
the local firm of Collins and
McNevin, is searching diplom-
atic correspondence as to whet-
her the income tax law violates
terms of any treaty between
Panama and the United States.
McNevin is also to report to
King St King on any discrimina-
tory features of the income tax
such as the taxation of gov-
ernment employes while em-
Eloyes of private companies in
he Canal Zone are tax free.
McNevin returned Monday
night from Washington where
he had conferred for most of
two with the three senior part-
ners of King St King well-
known to Isthmians because of
its activities in connection with
overtime claims by Dredging Di-
vision and Police Division em-
ployes.
McNevin also conferred with
members of the firm of David,
Rlchberg, Landa and Richard-
sun, which are retrained by the
Panamanian government.
Any positive action. McNevin
said, will have to wait on the
outcome of the studies now be-
ing made.
McNevin has been 111 since his
return and only today was get-
ting back into action.
Balboa Tides
Saturday, April 21, 1051
High Low
8:51 a.m...............2:36 a.m.
9:15 p.m..............3:13 p.m.
mission was one of the boldest ot1
the war.
Seoul's desolate streets became
the crossroads of the war as the
winking of cannon fire began to
outline the mountains to tho
north last night.
Allied defenders braced on the
approaches to Seoul, determined
to spare the ruined city its fifth
tidal wave of war In 10 months it
they could. They checked the>
first impact of the push by 32
Red divisions.
But it was touch and go. The
refugees again streaming across
the Han were not hopeful. An.
8th Army spokesman called tho
battle above Seoul a "delaying
action." He added that the situa-
tion was "obscure" In some sec-
tors. The army set up secondary
routes for the refugees to follow
southward. They were being kept
off the main routes to expedite
military traffic.
The threat to Seoul mounted
when Allied troops on the west-i
Central front fell back Into the!
Pukhan valley some 25 miles'
northeast of the city. The with-'
drawal boosted to 27 miles the'
territory surrendered to the Reds
since they kicked off their show-;
down offensive 10 miles inside
North Korea Sunday night.
And it posed a new menace to
the arterial Seoul Chunchon
Highway. It parallels the Puk-,
han through the area to whisht;
the Allies withdrew their third
pullback in four days, dictated by
failure to establish a firm defense
line with secure flanks.
The Reds swung the focus ot.
their offensive westward to Seoul,1
and the pressure eased accord-
ingly on the central front. B:.t
there, too, the allies were ad-
justing their lines.
Now the United Nations forces
were "trading ground for blood,"
as an officer on the western
front put It.
The line sagged back to Chun-
chon, the key central front bas.e
eight miles below the 38th pasal-
lel. Dispatches delineating the
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3)
30th Last Day
For Commercial
License Renewals
The director of the Depart-
ment of Commerce, Domiciano
Broce, informed The Panama
American today that the 30th of
this month is the last day for
the presentation of requests for
the renewal of licenses to
engage commercial activities.
Mr. Broce stated that the
Department of Commerce, based
on a request from the Security
Office and also taking Into ac-
count the beautifying of the,
city, has followed the policy o<
not renewing the licenses od
merchants who have small
establishments in the lower
section of Calle Salslpuedee
(13th St. East).
Husband Declared Innocent In
Nude Slaying Of Wife, Lover
pat atka Fla Aoril 28 (UP) the Integrity of their wives and McRae and the commissioner
A^l^ie^ury foundl truck- marriage, something Is wrong." died Instantly from one.blase
An au maie iury muim waiton and her of McRae's automatic shotgun
ScgC a7lnn.Unftodky of shot- tJSS S^UoVdefSS. at- while "they were in the act of
S W shapely school- torney. J. V. Walton, had point- sexual Intercourse
,ployes Organizing Com- charge of killing 33-year-old a conviction. KasVlng to a P-T. A.St
&J&?sr& ffi^srlH ^wfesstss-JS S-akkssa^,:
attend last night's meeting to ?ggkm01rd the* possibility of when he found his dark-haired "was my best case and I kU
Rio Abalo. Speakers were Pre- ?^-0 this charie In view wife accepting the love of the I'm taking the othercut; or
sldent Bd Qaskln and national ffiav- verdlct" handsome commissioner, a the murder of Sutton) undsr
The iury of farmers, mech- many. tlme?,decoratd war hero, advisement^
attend last
Rio Abajo. Speakers
sident Bd Oaskln un-
representative Ed Welsh. _. j mech- many tunes aecoraiea wr uu. ___......-
After the meeting several em- e 1J ^U businessmen Earlier. McRae told the Jury If theL Sutton case U dropped,
ployes ot the Army and Navy *. ? ^lon after only that he didn't know his wife Jake's brother. A Q. (Oil) Mc-
slgned tato the local. ? Lnn? deliberation and was carrying on an illicit affair Rae, would automatically W
Permission to hold meetings J"1'" .f "*r*X woman with Sutton. His suspicious clearedofaccessorycharges.au
in Panama City has been ob- after McRae s unmarea *Qmr| J"Jt h were ^ "about and two photographers accom-
tained from the Alcalde. Edith lawyer warned them. If the aoout tne wowere<* y t fae ^
Harper Is secretary of the organ- time ever ornes * ** "" 'h0euld*m!v." 7 prised his wife at Sutton's tsr
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FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 19S1
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
"it* Orleans Service
Arrive
Cristbal
S.8. Chiriqul ...................................April W
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................May 1
S.S. Chiriqul....................................May 14
g.|. Lerer Bend ...............................May 13
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Arrive
New York Freight Service_________, ., Crit6bai
S.S. Cape Cod ...........................'.......May 4
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................-.May IS
8.8. Cape Ann ............. ....................May 20
8.8. Cape Avinof ...............................May 26
Kretghl Sailing Wael (mi Havana la Cristobal
Weakly Balling I* Ntw York. Lee Angeles, San f'rajwlaco, taatlle
Octal lonal Sailing* to Maw Orleana nd Mobile
rreguent Freight Sailing from CrUtoaal at Waal Coart Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Saj|$
Puerto Barrios, Quatemala v Cristbal
8.8. Chiriqul.....(Passenger Service Only)......May I
S.S. Chiriqul .....(Passenger Service Only).....May IS
8.8. Chiriqul ...................................May 2
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CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
Shipping & AirLine News
Down Under
Ship from New Zealand, where
a longshoremen's strike was In It
ninth week last week, are begin-
ning to trickle back through the
Canal.
Latest to arrive was the Fur-
ness-Houlder's Duquesa. P8NC a-
genrs. out of Bluff. New Ply-
mouth and Wellington for Eng-
land Duquesa, a year-old 11.000-
ton ft eighter. arrived late yester-
day on her first transit.. She had
cleared Bluff on Feb. 14, going
from there to the two other New
Zealand ports.
Transiting Tuesday was an-'
other Houlder ship, the Hornby
Orange whose master reported
; that soldiers were still handling
cargo when the ship cleared
Auckland but that women were
handling the ship's lines.
(Letters from New Zealand,
however, said the women were
WAC8 who were on canteen lce on the docks.)
Norton. Lilly and Co., local a-
jrtn* i who handle the New Zea-
land Une this week received a
firm date for sailing from New
Zealand of the big passenger
hlo Rangltiki. She is expected to
leave New Zealand May 5. arriv-
ing in Balboa about May 22. Due
ban next Wednesday, en route o
Ntw Zealand with a full load of
passei.-yrs, u the Rangltata of
the sr me Une.
W Andrews and Co., local a-
Ets for the other big New Zea-
d Unev Shaw SavUl. have no
firm datsoior New Zealand sail-
ings of (heir larger ships. South-
bound tnta week, however, to Ntw
Zealand, was the Shaw Savtll's
Ceramic./
Marc; Mrs. Mabel H. Comley; ami
Dr. and Mrs. Francia Cronln.
Mrs. Marie L. Davis and
daughter; Mrs. Beth M. Dion and
two children; William R. Dunn:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Escudo;
Miss Elizabeth Foth; Miss Olga
Olddy; Capt. and Mrs. John H.
Oreve; and Mr. and Mrs. William
D. Hardle.
Mr and Mrs. James W. Hearne
and son; Mr and Mrs. Abraham
Heller; Andrew Johnson; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J.Klrkus; Andrew
S. Liebermann; Mr. and Mrs.
Paysoiv Loomls; Mr. and V/i.
John W. Manush: Mr. and Mrs.
David C. Mayo and two children;
Mrs. L. B. Moore; and Mrs. Lu-
ra B. Morrison and son.
Capt. Clifford Peck, USN Ret.;
Carol O. Rlgby; Pfc Stuart H.
Rogers; Miss Mary L. Schuldt;
Sfc George C. Shew and wife;
Mrs. Sarah Sommer f r e u n a;
WOJG Pearl B. Strauser; and
M-Sgt. Franklin D. Byke.
Dr. James Townsend; Mrs. P.
D. Vogel; Dr. and Mrs. Leo Ward;
Dr. and Mrs. Keith 8. Wemmer
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Young; and Miss Tlllie
Young.
Pilot Death
L. H Woodward, one of Pan
American Airways master pilots,
died suddenly Wednesday in'
Puerto Rico.
He had just been transferred '
from the New Orleans-Panama I
run which he had flown for the
last five years to the route be-
tween New York and 8an Juan.
Homecoming
The S.S. Ancon will arrive on
the Isthmus Monday with a load
Of 08 passengers, according to the
advance passenger list from the
Panama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
Mrs Herbert D. Vogel, wife of
the Acting Governor, sailed on
the Ancon.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Cecil M. Banan; Thomas A.
Bannon; Mr. and Mrs. Herman 1.
Baron; Walter E. Berry; Dw'ght
Boa; Walter Byron Caughlan.
Jr. and wife; 8gt. Conrad Cinq-
US, Colombia Revamp
104-Year-01d Trade
And Friendship Pact
WASHINOTON. April 27 (UP)
- Colombia and the United
States signed a new trade and
friendship treaty yesterday.
It establishes advanced prin-
ciples for the guidance of econ-
omic and cultural affairs be-
tween the two countries.
The accord replaces In mod-
ernized form a similar treaty
signed 104 years ago between
New Granada, as Colombia was
known till 1861, and the United
States.
Here We Are Again
3 Offer You the Best la Quality
At Low Prices.
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Everybody knows the tradition
that the stage comedian yearns
to play Hamlet and that the Sain:
Bernard may fancy itself ax a
lap-dog. Likewise, our old friend
Hard Luck Joe sometimes tries to
act like Larceny Lou. The results
are funny to everybody but Joe.
West opened the four of heart,
and dummy won with the ace.
Joe saw that he could eventually
discard the losing heart on a high
spade If East held the ace of
spades. Therefore Joe drew three
round.', of trumps, ending In dum-
my, and led the king of spades
through East.
When East played the ace. of
spades. Joe's face lit up like u
five-cent cigar, In fact like a
trick cigar that blows up. Joe
ruffed with his fourth trump and
looked triumphantly at the dum-
my for about one second. Then
his lace changed from triumph
to despair.
If Jce led his last trump to
dummy he could discard his los-
ing heart on the queen of spades
but then could not bring In the
diamonds. Joe would have no
tr nips to prevent the opponents
from running spades and hearts
in huge quantities.
It was at this point that a look
of cunning came on Joe's guile-
less face. He led a low diamond
from his hand in the hope that
West would play low and allow
dummy's nine to win the trick. If
West had done so, Joe would
have discarded the losing heart
on dummy's queen of spades and
wbula still have a* trump left to
assure an entry after the ace of
diamonds had been knocked out.
However, Joe's face is a little
too easy to read, so that he will
never be able to get away with
the exploits of Larceny Lou. West
saw at a glance what J.oe was af-
ter, so he promptly put up the
ace of diamonds and returned tila
remaining heart. This set the
contract Immediately.
, Of ccrse Joe "would have made
his contract if he hadn't tried to
draw trump so quickly.
After winning the first trick
with the ace of hearts, he should
havs led the king of spades at
once. Then he would have been
able to ruff out the ace of spades,
draw three rounds of trumps, get
his discard, and still bring in
the diamond suit.
ACOB y.
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
I have recently'described two
forms of Canasta in which you
draw two cards (instead of the
normal one card) from the stock
pile. This ha given some of my
readers some false Impressions.
To begin with, let us make It
clear that the normal way to
i a Is to draw only one
card when you draw from the
. Oiuc pile The double draw is
correct onlv in two-handed Ca-
nasta and in Samba ithree-paca
Canasta).
.rn riios* two forms of Canasta
you imply draw two cards ln-
-td ot one whenever you draw
from the stock. It doesn't matter
wnether you draw those two
cards one at a time or whether
you pick up two cards together.
If you take the discard pile
vou are not entitled to any cards
from the stock. If you take one
card from the stock, vou are not
then allowed to take the discard
pile; you must take your other
card from the stock. In short,
you may draw either from the
discard pile or from- the stock
but never from both at the same
turn.
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QBoth sides needed 90 points
for the first meld. My partner
discarded a nine. The next play-
er immediately put down two
aces and a joker, after which he
put down a nine and a deuce to
pick up the discard pile.
This led to a long argument.
Without going into that whole
argument we would like to know
the rule. Was the next player
entitled to the discard pile?
ANo. The next player was
not entitled to the discard pile
under any rule that was ever
officially part of the game. How-
ever, this is a question that
comes up more frequently than
any other, so don't be surprised
that it started a long argument.
The rule Is that you are allow-
ed to take the discard pile with
one matching card and a wild
card only it the original meld
has been made at a previous
turn. You are not aUowed to
make the initial meld from your
band and thenon the same
turntake the discard pile with
one matching card and a wild
card.

QI drew the last card of the
stock, which happened to be a
red three. What is the correct
procedure?
APut the red three down on
the table. The hand then ends
immediately. No more melding,
no discard. Just count np and
score the hand at once.
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UMBRELLAS
SALE
New ladles rayi
II rib- . frtm 3.59
New todita njlo
. II rib Irom 5JM
Ntw todi- foMtac
......frt fits
Children's.............. .. 3.25
MEN'S
Latest Oien Automatically...... 9.M
Other Recular............). 4-95
>|^FELIX announces the opening of his
MAIN STpRE
ONLY
21 Central Ave.
GREAT ANNUAL SALE
TOMORROW SATURDAY APRIL 28
MONDAY APRIL 30 WEDNESDAY MAY 2
Doors Open
at 9 a.m.
to 6:30 p.m.
CASH SALES ONLY SORRY, NO RETURNS SORRY, NO ALTERATIONS
RAINCOATS
Ladies, hood, bolt
and bag. .from, 2.50
/
Children'*, from 1.95 W
Hood, belt and
bag. 3 to 16 y re.
Boys', with cap and bag..,
BOYS
Ztlon Water repellent iippered
JACKETS .............from 4.98
TOWELS
"Cannon" and "Martex"
SALE
Whitt Fot> Towtl 18" x 36"......... ? 50c.
Whit Bath Towtl . 22" x 40"......... 85c.
Colortd Fact Towtl 18" x 36"........ 65c.
Colorid Bath Towtl 22" x 40"........ 1.00
Fancy Hand Towtl colors......... 65c.
BATH MATS........................ 2.50
WashCloths .....................3 for 1.00

S
DISH TOWELS
Fine make........................... 35c.
LINEN
100% LINEN SHEETS
72"x108"......Rajular 14.95 SALE 10.95
NEW DAN RIVER
HANDI-CUTS

3 to 5 yard cut* in btautlful
plain colon, check, strips.
SanforiJtd Washablt, from. .
80c
Fine Ladies' Swim HANDKERCHIEFS
from... 6 (or 75c.
LADIES HANDBAGS
SALE
Fint Leather Bags.................from 4.95
Lovely Plastic Bag*, whitt and colora, from 2.50
Fabric Bags.....,...............from 1.95
Straw Bags .....................from 1.25
ALLIGATOR BAGS .
Btfort... 29.95 NOW... 17.95
SHOES for LADIES
SPORT DRESSY EVENING
Before (rom 9.95 SALE from 1.95
FOR CHILDREN
Before from 8.95 SALE from 1M
CLOSE OUT ON MEN'S AND JUNIOR'S
Pine make shots sise 3'/, te 9
Before 13.95
SALE 1.9-
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BEDROOM SLIPPERS............SALE from 2.51
IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED SALON
DRESSES
EVENING and DINNER
Before from 35.00 to 125.00
NOW from 7.95 to 59.95
DRESSES
COCKTAIL and AFTERNOON
Before 35.00 to 75.00.
NOW 5.00 to 39.95
DRESSES
SPORT and CASUAL
Before 12.95 to 35.00
NOW 3.95 to 15.00
New Specially Purchased Cottons and Bemberg Sheers
Specially Priced .. 5.95
HOUSECOATS
Cotton from.............. 5.95
Rayon beautifully styled...... 8.95
BRUNCHCOATS
Cotton from............... 4.75
Plain colors Lovely prints
MATERNITY
DRESSES
Cool and Washablt
from 5.00
MATERNITY
SUITS
for travelling
(rom 12.9S ,
BEDSPREADS
BATES......from 7.50
CHENILLE _..from 10.95
BATES
RIPELLETTE..... 3.95
Singla and doublt bid aizt*
alao twin bad size
BARGAIN
NYLON HOSE
for ladles
51 gaugt -15 dtnltr
Formtrly 2.25
NOW.....1.25
SPORT WEAR
SHORTS...........................from S.59
SLACK SUITS......................from Ml
PEDAL PUSHERS.....................from 3.95
SWIM SUITS........................from 5-5
T" SHIRTS, famon make.................. *-*5
BLOUSES and SKIRTS
SALE
.............from Its
COTTON BLOUSES ...............
lav neck
LOVELY RAYON BLOUSE8............from S.09
SKIRTS Cotton-rayon...............from 1.95
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Lamps
Boudoire Table Lamps
Cocktail Shakers*
Liquor Sets
Bowls
Demi-Tasse Sets
Pottery
Art Objects
Vases
TRAVEL-WEAR
SUITS 1M% Wool
SALE PRICE, from 29.95
29% reduction
and
New TOPPERS
also
English "Rodex"
COAT8
For Ladles and Men
SUMMER SUITS
New Styles, from 15.01
FRENCH
PERFUMES
and COLOGNES
DRASTICALLY REDUCED!
TABLE LINENS
Pine GLA8SLINEN
Table Cloths
Formerly NOW
72" z 90" 27.50 13.95
72" z lit" 37.50 14.55
72" x 121" 37.50 14.95
t IRISH
* LINEN DAMASK Cloths
t VENETIAN LACE Cloths
* MADEIRA Cloths
0 DOILIES
SHEETS
CANNON DAN RIVER LADY PEPPERELL
WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS
81" x 90" twin or doublt bid........ 2.95
72" x 108" twin bid it............. 3.95
FINE PERCALE SHEETS
Crib-aize 45" x 72"
.........,..... 2.50
Twin bid size - 72" x 99"............ 3.95
Doublt bid sixt 90" x 108".......... 5.00
PASTEL COLORED SHEETS
Fint Muslin Gift Boxtd
2 Shttts 72" x 108"
2 Pillowoasts 42" x 35" 8*t.
12"
PILLOW CASES
MUSLIN DAN RIVER.................... 75c.
PERCALE 42" x 38"............-------from 85c.
EXTRA SPECIAL
NEW MAIDS' APRONS.. Rtgular 1.26 SALE 60c.
2 Stylta...............Rtgular 1.96 SALE 1.00
NURSES APRONS......Rtgular 2.95 SALE 1.95
MAIDS UNIFORMS whitt and colora........2.95
NURSES UNIFORMS...................from 2.95
GIRDLES
Btfort . from 3.50 to 10.00
NOW .... from 95c. to 4.95
BRASSIERES... famous makes
Cotton and Nylon...from 1.50
LINGERIE
SALE PRICE
100%
lOOo/o
100%
100%
100%
NYLON HAH.FSLIPS with Nylon Nat Ruffles, from 3.95
NYLON BEDJACKETS..................from 3.95
NYLON'NIGHTGOWNS .................from 4.95
NYLON SLIPS ........................from 4.95
NYLON PANTIES .....................from 1.60
RAYON HALF SLIPS tailored or fancy........from 1.50
RAYON NIGHTGOWNS btautifully styled......from 2.95
JERSEY NIGHTGOWNS ......................from 2.95
JERSEY PANTIES wonderful quality..........from 65c.
RAYON SLIPS..............................from 1.95
R"AYON COTTON PAJAMAS ..................from 2.95
JOHNNY COATS ............................from 2.95
CHILDREN'S WEAR
GIRLS
SALE
DRESSES all aiits, from 2.50
SKIRTS .............from 2.00
BOYS
SALE
PANTS Short.......... 2.25
Long.......... 3.95
SHIRTSShort Slot via, from 1.25
Long.......from 1.25
SUN DRESSES------....from 2.50 P0L0 SWRTS......, .from 50c.
SHORTS ............from 2.00 PAJAMAS............from 1.95
SUITS...............from 2.25
PANTIES.............fr0m 35Cl RIDING PANTS....... -from 2.00
SLIPS 100% Nylon------from 1.95 SPORT COATS........from 1.00
SLIPS Rayon.......from 1.25 BATHING TRUNKS.....from 1.50
ALL OUR BABY ARTICLES DRASTICALLY REDUCED!
OUTSTANDING VALUE
TEEN-AGER RAYON PANTIES-------4 x 1.00
aizta small and mtdium
MEN'S
Fint Sport Shir
from.......
Sale
2.95
Rayon Mtn'a Robos
from........... 6.95
T Shlrta. from.... 1.95
Ttrrycloth Shirts
"Sarongs", from.. 2.50
Pajamas.......... 3.95
MEN'S
Zelan Water Repellent
Zippered JACKETS
lined and underlined
from 6.95
Felix B. Maduro, S. A.
MAIN STORE ONLY 21 Central Avenue
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ALL SALE GOODS SOLD FOR CASH
TOY
DEPARTMENT
Baby Walkers
20% reduced
for the 3 DAY SALE!
LUGGAGE
for Ladita and Man
26% OFF
all sixes
LADIES' OVERNIGHT
CASES from------3.95
MEN'S ZIPPERED
OVERNIGHT BAGS
from...........2.50

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FRIDAV. APRIL 57, 1I1
Surprises Mark Both Halves Of $25,000 Bluegrass Stakes
Mameluke, Ruhe Winners;
Son ic Gets Disqua lified

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By United Press
LEXINGTON, April 27 Mameluke and Ruhe were
the winners of their respective sections of the $25,000
Bluegrass Stakes over distances of one-and-one-eighth
milts yesterday afternoon at Keeneland Racetrack.
These horses proved mild surprises in the final big
test for the May 5 $100,000 Kentucky Derby which will
be over one-mile-and-a-quarter.
Mameluke scored by three-and-one-half lengths over
Phil D. and Hall Of Fame. He turned the distance in
1:54 2 5.
The second half was won by Sonic, but Ruhe who
finished second became the winner when Sonic was dis-
qualified for fouling. As a result of the disqualification,
Royal Mustanq was second and Counter point third. The
time 1:54 15.
Mameluke returned $13.60, $10.40 and $8.20. Ruhe
paid $6.80, $3.80 and $300.
Royal Mustang paid $8 and $4. Counterpoint $4.40.
Phil D. returned $10.40, $6.60. Hall Of Fame $5^
M---------------------' ----- '
National Distillers Best Ball
Championship Finals Sunday
Summit Hills Golf .Club will, DeLuca and Lt. Col. Hollls. Thle
be the scone of the finals of the match rates as a toss-up lor
Fourth Annual National DH-' both ttami had Identical oua;-
tlllers Best Ball Championship ifylnK scores and both have been
Sundav. April 29. which will fea-J showine much the same ro f in
ture Perc Graham and Jack reachlna the finals. Tee off time
Smith, the surprisioE Summit for this match on Sunday is
"lambs." auainst the Brides-, scheduled for 9.15 a. m.
maids from Brazos Brook-Mike. AnothlnK close contest will be
Knlikowaki and Charley Wood I lor the championship of tho
Bv tee time Sundav-that s second fllRht. Both of he teams
B'30 a m Mike and Charley are from Summit Hills, It vu.i
will probably rule is alight favor be Collins and Oettnan Matant
lies. If nothlne else, the law of Daniels and Sears. Thcol^Ins-
should be in their Oetmah team defeated Ham-
mond and Hinkle. the Junior
Golfers, in the semi-finals:
while Daniels and Sears were
disposing of the Youngslood-
FtrQ Fiioht nlflv will fentu-p Boetlcher combine. This match
aF ff^mhkmmitWHllf^i will leave the first, tee at 9:20
on Sundav morning.
That's the field for Sundays
gala climax to the most suc-
cessful National Distillers Best.
Ball Championship. All Isth-
mian Rolf fans are very cordially
Invited to 8ummit Hills on Sun-
day. Directly following the com-
pletion o fthe final matches. Mr
S. T. B. Ternune of National
Distillers S. A., will b-; on hr.id
to present the many- prizes and
special awards. Plan to come out
earlv and stay late. There will
be plenty of activity all after-
noon and evening.
Saturday7*
Program
1st Race "F-l" Nit. 6'i Fgs.
Purse: S275.00Pool Closes: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Domino J.Cadogen 120
2Cafetal F. Rose 106
3Tap Dancer E. Ortega 117X
4Vlllarreal G. Sanchez 113
5Carbonero E. Sllvera 104
8Pajarito V. Cerceno 108
by
JOE WILLIAMS
ind Race "F-" Nat. U Ff*.
hPurse: M75.CPool (loses: 1:1
Second Race of the Doubles
1Cacique A. Mena 105x
2Peggy F. Jaramlllo 100
3Diosa E. Dario 101
4Caaveral E. Sllvera 108
5Hechicera C. Ruiz 115
3rd Race "H" Imported4' i Fgs.
Purse: $400.00Pool Closes: 1:45
One-Two
1 Klldare F, Jaramlllo 103
2Doa Eleida G. Sanch. 112
3Polekas
4Prestigio)
5Charles S.
6Gay Ariel
7N. Trail
8Fangio
9El Monge
F. Rose 108
I. Corcho 117x
A. Mena 100x
JL. Sllvera 100
J.Tonireras 104
R. Gomez 115
A. Phillips 120
4th Race "H" Imported4' Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes: 2:20
Quiniela
1rabe J. Chuna 108x
2Blumaha J. Bravo 110
3Los Tiempos A. ngulo 107x
4Hurlecano G. Prescott 117
5Salcedo C. Tuon 110 '
8Jepperin C. Ruiz 120
7Armeno M. Arosemena 120
averages
favor for this will be Mike's
third appearance In the finals
lnce the Best Ball began.
ttams
Amador. Harrv Rosincon-Bill
LeBrun have plaved very steadv
golf In winning the right to
contest the finals with Major
5th Race "D" Imported Mile
Purse S600.00 Pool Closes: 2:55
1Daiquiri /A. Phillips 113
2Polvorazo) J. Bravo 114
3Blido i F. Jaramlllo 118
4Gale Force F. Rose 108
5Curaca K. Flores 112
Juan Franco
by CLOCKER
Tipi
Vlllarreal
Fey
El Monge
Armenn
Polvorazo (e)
Paragon
Frutal
Miss Cristina (e)
Callmedear
1Domino
2Hechicera
1 Dofta Eleida. (a)
4Jepperin
5Curaca
Walrus
7Orlen
fIslero
9Paques Callmedear Philadelphia 18Grito y Plata Amazona 30 years old. Fred Wilt says he'll
11Helen R Risita give up competitive running at
One BestDoa Eleida (e) 34.
6th Race "" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes: 3:35
First Rare ol the Doubles
1Paragon B. Aguirre 120
2Canastos V. Cerceno 107x
3Walrus J. Contreras 108
4The Dauber G. Prescott 112
6Interlude c .Chong 107x
8Cobrador F.Rose 112
7th Race "G" Imported8''- Fgs.
Purse: $450.00Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1*lantago E. Silvera 110
2Gris B Aguirre 114
3Danescourt C. Ycaza 120
4Betn M. Arosemena 100
5-Bosforo J. Ruiz 110
6Frutal V. Castillo 116
YOUNG MAN'S GAME
8th Race "I" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.80Pool Closes: 4:48
Quiniela
1Lim Lass R. Ycaza OBx
2Allinomac J. Cadogen 114
3Gold Cylle) E. Camp. 107x
4-Tartufo) J. Ruiz 111
5-Miss Cristina i c. Tuon 120
6DarkDellte. F. Jaram. 100
7Islero M. Hurley 118
8Apology A. Vasquez 106x
Rostoning G Sanchez 108
10Flamenco A. Mena 100x
9th Race "G" Imported6", Fgs.
Purse: $450.00Pool Closet: 5:15
One-Two
1Sun Cheer C. Ruiz 120
2Cup of Joy J. Contreras 120
3Delhi A. Mena 117x
4In Time E. Ortega 117x
5Paques J. Bravo 110
6 Callmedear B. Aguirre 110
7Nehulnco J. Ruiz 120
10th Race "R" Nat. V<- Fgs.
Purse: $350.* Pool Closes: 5:40
lO. y Plata B. Aguirre 120
2Duque A. Mena 105.x
3Amazona E. Silvera 110
4Batan F.Rose 114
5Elona F. Jaramlllo 105
11th Race "E" Nat. 4'j Fgs.
Purse: $275.08Pool Closes; xxx
1Risita F. Rose 116
2Romntico C. Chong 117x
3Tin Tan E. Sllvera 110
4Raymond J. Contreras 110
5Helen B. B. Aguirre 118
Before dying or fading away old heavyweight champions In-
variably compote a list of the best bruisers they've entertained
professionally. Joe Louis' list is revealing, provocative and not,
I suspect, without prejudice.
Billy Conn tops the batting order of 10, followed in order by
Max Baer, Jim Braddock, Max schmeiing, Tommy Farr, Ezzard
Charles, Primo Camera, Jersey Joe Walcott, Bob Pastor and Ar-
turo Godoy. How far can you go along with him? Would you
agree Conn was the toughest man he faced? Maybe Conn was,
at that. Louis concedes lie was whipped at the end of the 12th
in their first fight and tnat the Pittsburgh Irishman would have
won the title that night If he hadn't made the, mistake of try-
ing to slug lt out in the 13th. That's the way it looked to me,
too.
Conn had orne great rounds in that fight. In the eighth
and ninth he literally stabbed and hooked Louis dizzy. The nth
was another big one for him, both at long range and in close.
Twice he staggered the Bomber with lefts to th* head. At the
bell I remember he waved airily to the crowd and laughed. A
solt touch.
Conn took up in the 12th where he had left.off, again stag-
gering the champion with nooks to the head, beating him to the
punch, making him miss and, near the close, wrestling him half
way to the floor in a showy gesture of authority At that mo-
ment there was absolutely no question as to which was the bet-
ter man as far as the fight had gone.
Conn's decision to continue aggressively was to prove disas-
trous, but remember Louis still had three rounds to go and he
might have caught him. as finally he did. no matter what stra-
tegy the Irishman elected to use. Nevertheless, Conn, out in
front, had clearly demonstrated his equipment, craftily applied,
was more than sufficient.
If Conn waa the best Louis fought and the testimony, I
eubmlt, Li persuasive the Bomber's opposition throughout his
long championship reign was something less than terrifying.
Conn wasn't even a light heavyweight that night; he was giv-
ing away close to 30 pounds to Louis who at 27 was not far
from his absolute peak.

Flaw Never Corrected
You'll note Louis ranks Schmeiing as fourth best. He should
know since he was In there doing the fighting, but I'd have to
disagree. For one night, at least, the German was a great
lighter. That was the night he stiffened Louis in 12 after first
giving him a severe whacking. Along the way he exposed a
physical weakness and a fighting flaw which led directly to the
Bomber's defeat and which were to continue to plague him as
his career lengthened: (a) He didn't take a head punch well;
(b) He pulled back so far in starting a left lead he was wide
open for a right-hand counter.
It was this technical defect that Schmeiing exploited to the
full. The first time Louis started one of those wide hooks
Schmeiing belted him with a right that knocked him down.
This was In round four. From then on the pattern didn't de-
viate and the knockout Inevitably grew out of the same tactics.
The German must have scored with 50 solid rights that night.
Schmeiing was at least the second best fighter Louis met,
despite the fact he had previously been stopped by Baer and
outpointed by Steve Hamas and was over the hill at the time
the German knocked him out. Louis must have had more respect
for him than he professes or he wouldn't have made him wait
two years for a return.
The Bomber's spleen Is shown elsewhere in his rankings, too.
Like listing Charles sixth behind such as Baer. Braddock and
Farr. I can practically guarantee yo Charles would have had
no trouble with them. This is typical of dethroned champions,
though. The fellow who wins their titile never wins their affec-
tion.
You have to go all the way back to eighth place to find
Walcott in the Bomber's book. Perhaps that's where he belongs.
But I, along with thousands of others, Including referee Ruby
Goldstein, can testify he beat Louis and was cheated out of the
championship bv two Judges who must have been looking at an
entirely different fight.
This was late in Louis' career and Walcott, who never had
done much before and was an old pappy guv himself, had Louis
down twice with right hands. Louis was just beginning to come
along when Schmeiing first exposed his inability to guard against
a right-hand counter. It was a weakness he was never able to
correct, a weakness that kept him from being truly great.
Imagine, for example, TJempsey working on it.
La Boca, Silver City Divide Honors
In Inter scholastic Trpck To uname tit
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La Boca and Silver City divid-
ed honors In the 19th Local Rate
i Track and Field Championships
1 held at Balboa Stadium. Wed-
! nesdav Night. Silver City
, trlumped In the high school divl-
Islon but La Boca fought back
with a lop-sided victory in the
grade school division.
The results follow:
10th Loral Rate Interseholaatie
Track Championships
April 25, 1951. Bal. Stadium
100 Yards. Bow High School
1. V. 8eSouza (S.C>: 2 F. Al-
der tLB); 3. J. Jordan iSC:
10.3 sees.
100 Yards, Boys. Grade School
1. Winston Jordan (LB): 2.
Charles Blackman. (Chagres):
10.7 sees.
100 Yards. Boys "B", Grade
School
1. James Llnton (Chagres): 2.
A. Griffith (RTi; 3. J. Neblett
i LB i : 11.8 sees.
100 Yards, Boys, "C". Grade
School .
1. Raphael Kldd *LB>: 2. Ray-
mond ElMs (RTi; 3. L. Holder
iChagres): 11.9.
50 Yards, Girls. High School
1. Charlotte Oeeden (LB): 2.
E. Alexander (RT); 3. Cynthia
Bavne 50 Yards. Girls. "B". Grade
School
1. Judith VanHorn (LB>: 2.
Ruth Blackman (Ch.)-, 3. Olga
Joseph (Gam.: 6.6.
50 Yards. Girls. "C". Grade
School
1. Theresa Malcolm Gam); 2.
Florence Morgan (LB); 3. Nora
Best (Ch.): 6.8.
High Jump, Boys, High School
1. Robert Joseph (JCi: 2. Theor
Best (LBi; 3. M. Abrahams
(JO: 6'6".
High Jump. Boys. Grade School
1. George Gusta ve (L.B)
Shot Put, Boys. High School
1. Pablo Klrven (J.O: 2. Wat-
son (SO; 3. Brown (SC): 45<5"
>81b.i
Broad Jump. Boys. High School
1. Milford Abrahams (J.O;
2. R. Thomas SO: 3. F. Myrle
(LB): 19' -"
180 Yards. Boys. High School
1. McLeod (SO: 2. A. Green-
way (SO; 3. A. Clarke (LB>:
2.12.8.
On The Alleys...
At 7:30 p. m.. April 23. the
Business Women's Bowling Lea-
gue met in the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse. Officers elected to
serve tor the coming season
were:
President ..........Ann Petlto
Vice President. .Natalie Johnson
Secretary ........Agnes Coolev
Treasurer......Reggie Schmidt
Sergeant at Arms-----T. Burrell
Public Relations Officer........
Vickl Vlckers
It was announced that the
first meeting for the coming
season will be held at 7:30 p. in..
August 13th. In the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse.
The Women's Bowling League
Association o' The Panama Ca-
nal also met ?he same date and
the following were elected to
serve for the coming season:
President_______Ruth Daniels
Vice President ___ Ann Petlto
Secretary ...... Agnes Cooley
Treasurer ___ Reggie Schmidt
Sergeant at Arms___T. Burrell
Public Relations Officer ......
Vickl Vlckers
If you want to have a lot of fun
while awaiting the opening
games of the coming season,
come in and bowl on Wednes-
day nights at the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse. Tls for men and wo-
men bowl- and win your pin
money. Prizes awarded at the
end of the games. Bowling is a
healthy sport and los of fun.
GAMES START AT 7:30.
210 Yards. Beys, High School
1. DeSoUza (SO: 2. V. Smith
(8CJ ; 3. F. Alder (LB): 22.8 sees.
220 Yards. Boys. "A". Grace
School
1. W. Jordan (LB); 2. Everslev
(RT.': 3. Olbbs -Chagres): 24
sees.
2tt Yards. Boys. "B", Grace
School
1. Alfred Griffith (RT); 2,
P. Neblett (LBf; 3. G. Jemmett
(Ch): 27.1.
Discus. Boys. High School
1. Victor Watson ISO; 2. A.
Adams (J.O; 3. F. Waithe (LB:
100'.
75 Yards. Girls. High School
1. D. Baker : 2. Dorothy
Joseph (LB): 3. A. Warner (SO:
9.3 sees.
Vara. Girls. "A". Grade
School
1. Enid Pollard (LB); 2. B
Brathwalte iCh.i; 3. E. Alexan-
der iRT): 9.5.
440 Yards. Boys. High School
1. Rudolph Hall (LB); 2. Bar-
ton (S.C.i; 56.8 sees.
440 Yards. Boys, Grade School
1. Hector Joseph (LB); 2. Ivan
Foster iR.T.t: 58.8 sees.
180 Yard*, Boys, "C", Grade
School
1. Raphael Kldd (LB); 2. Wal-
ter Manning (Ch,): 3. R. Ellis
iRTi: 20.3.
lie Yards. Girls. High School
1. D. Baker iLB): 2. J. Warner
(SO; 3. D. Joseph (LB):"12.2
tecs.
100 Yards, Girls, "A". Grade
School
1. Charlette Oeeden (LB): 2,
B. Brathwalte (Ch); 3. E. Alex-
ander (RT): 12.2.
100 Yards, Girls "B", Grade
School
1. Judith VanHorn : S.
Olga Joseph (Gam.); 3. T. CoX
75 Yards, Girls, "C" Grade
School
1. Florence Morgan (LB): 2. C.
Theresa Malcolm (Gam.); 3. T.
Rennie (Ch.); 9.9.
Relay, 4x100. Boys. High School
1. La Boca High (Mvrle, Clarke,
Scott, Alder); 2. S. City; 3. Jr.
College: 48.1.
Relay, 4x110, Boys, Grade School
1. La Boca (Campbell, Bestlck,
Joseph, Jordan); 2. R. Tank: 1
Chagres: 49.6.
Relay. 4x110, Girls. High School
1. La Boca (Joseph. Blake,
Bannister, Baker i; 2. Silver
City; 57.2.
Relay, 4x110, Girls, Grade lehool
1. La Boca (Pollard. VanHorn,
Tait. Geeden); 2. Chagres: 55.2
sees.
High School Division:
Silver City. 60 points; La Boca
High. 45 points. La Boca Junior
College, 20 points.
.. Grade School Division:
La Boca, 78 points; Chagres.
38 points: Red Tank. 29 points:
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FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 1M1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE FIVE
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Conrado Marrero Hurls One-Hitter Against AAA's
Phillies Shutout Dodgers;
Giants Lose Again, 3-0
By Unittd Prss
NEW YORK/April 27 Cuban Conrado Marroro
Save the tdp performance of the season to date when he
urled a one-hit 2-1 victory ovtr the Athletics in a Wash-
ington night game which put his Senators in a tie for
first place in the American Leogue.
Marrero. one of a stable of
non-English speaking Latin
Americans on the Senators, had
no Illusions about hurling a no-
hltter as he chalked up his sec-
ond victory.
Barnev McCosky soolled them
earlv when he got the only
Athletics hit a homer In the
fourth Inning. But that blow
took little lustre off Marreros
performance.
He struck out nine batters and
walked onlv two. He retired ten
batters In a row before McCoskv
hit his homer. Thereafter, the
onlv other men to eet on base
were on walks In the fifth and
the seventh and he wound un
bv retlrine. the last eight men
to face him.
, NUMBERS UP Attendant
Pete Sheehy handles the num-
'4>ers five and six gently as he
hangs the uniform in Mickey
Mantle's locker at Yankee
Stadium. Five is worn by Joe
DiMagjio. The old pro and
the new could be the difference
in the world champions' pen-
( nant chances. (NEA)
The Senators had to beat
good pitching fey Joe Cole-
man in order to give Marre-
ro his winning margin and
thev also got their runs en
homers, by Mickey Vernon
in the second and Gil Cos/i
in the seventh. L'oleman
scattered eight hits.
In the only other American
League game the Red Box topped
the Yankees 13-7 In Boston
while In the only National Lea-
gue games the Phillies moved
into a first place tie by defeat-
ing the Dodgtrs 2-0 In a Phila-
delphia arc-light contest and
the Braves blanked the Giants
3-0 In a Polo Grounds nlgnt
game.
Two-hit relief pitching bv
Ellis Kinder in the final five
innings gave the Red Sox their
first victory over the Yankees
this season.
The Yankees took a 3-0 lead
on pitcher Tommv Byrne's
three-run second Inning homer
and Increased the margin to 6-0
with three more tallies In the
third. But Byrne was a better
hitter than a pitcher and his
reliever, Allle Reynolds, was no
improvement.
The Red Sox finally went
ahead 8-7 in a four-run sixth
Inning and added five more to
clinch matters in the eighth.
Bobby Doerr's three-run double
in the sixth was the key hit.
Sal Mage of the Giants hud
hoped to beat the Braves for
the first time In his career but
had to settle Tor a defeat tha,
prolonged Durocher's club's los-
ing streak to eight games.
The Braves Roy Hartslleld
smashed a 475 Inslde-the-
park-homer over the head of
centerfielder Bobby Thom-
son to brine in two eigth
inning runs. Sam Jethroe
followed with his fifth home
run of the season. The
Braves' Johnny Sain pitch-
ed a six-hitter.
The Phillies' Robin Roberts
edged the Dodgers' sophomore,
Chris Van Cuyk, who gaye up
only one-hit In seven lnnliuta
but It brought In the run the
Phils needed to win.
Dick Slsler was hit by a pltch-
and moved to second on a sacri-
fice, went to third on Andy
Seminlck's single and scored on
Mike Goliat's fly In the third.
Semlnick also figured In the
second rally off reliefer Clem
Lablne In the eighth when he
led off with a single. A sacrifice
' and a single bv Eddie Waltkus
produced the second run.
No other games were sched-
uled.
Pacific Softball League
To Hold Dance Tonight
The Pacific Softball League
will wind up Its 1951 season ac-
tivities at a gala dance and
party to be held tonight at the
El Rancho Gardens from 9:00
d. m. to 1:00 a. m.. according to
George Stanley, league presi-
dent.
Awards to the year's outstand-
ing players and managers: e
program of entertainment fea-
turing Eileen Foley. Joe iBlna
Flynn and John E. Ridge. Jr.:
a drawing on a valuable Elec-
trolux vacuum cleaner and
dancing to the music of the
"Rancheros" orchestra will ct
offered for the purchase of the
one dollar tickets.
Donald J. Bowen, general
chairman of the affair, has an-
nounced that the monies earned
from the dance will be used tu
defray league expenses for 1952.
The public Is Invited to parti-
cipate In this celebration and
tickets may be procured at the
El Rancho this evening.
ISTHMIAN SPORTS
Surprising things happened
this year in the Canal Zone
Colored Baseball circuit, spon-
sored under the auspices of the
Physical Education Department
At the outset of the season, there
were many differences of opin-
ions as far as team participa-
tion was concerned, especially
considering that Paraso should
not oartlclnate as a single unit
of the loop. But discussion af-
ter discussion on the matter
proved no other alternative and
the little town was in.
The signal for "Plav Ball" was
given with the La Boca Gibra'.-
ler as heavy favorite and Silver
Cltv chosen to finish in the sec-
ond slot. La Boca was undoubt-
edly very strong, and looked like
a sure winner In the earlv eames
onlv to find their pace cut In
mid-season bv the underdogs
and the squad from Chasrres.
Three weeks ago the Glbral-
ter boys were trailing Silver Cltv
by a half game, but a week later
split a twin bill with Chagrcs.
and last Sunday saw their hopes
shattered when thev suffered a
9-4 setback at the hands of th"
determined chaps representing
Paraso.
This defeat gave Silver Ciry
victory In this year's camoalgn
and helped the lowly rated Pa-
raso to finish third. La Boci
was humbled In the second
berth. Red Tank occupied fourth
position while Santa Crw and
Chagres are tied In the cellar.
It Is about time to lift hars
off to the men who engineered I
this vetr's local-rate baseball!
league on the Canal Zone. The
men involvedtook the job over
at a time when It appeared as
If the game was takln* a dive.
However. Intense efforts were
put into plav and the support
of MVeral commercial enter-
prises were sought. Response
was favorable and the circuit
went out on high gear, with
many keen tussles as the high-
lights.
The board o directors respon-
sible for this season's operations
follows: Joe Noble, commission-
er; E. Alexis, president; Vic-
tor Carew. vice-president: Ham-
ilton Lvalas, secretary: Dudley
Jones, assistant secretary: C. T.
Preecott. reasurer; H. Hartley
and E. Thomas, trustees.
Local-rate InterschooLs track
athletes mixed In heated com-
petition Wednesday night under
the lights at Balboa Stadium In
their bin annual classic. The
struggle was another sample of
real determination and stamina
for supremacy as elementary.-
high school and lunior college
representatives defended the
colors of their departments.
Silver City with 53 points ran
away with top honors In the
high school competition while
La Boca was second with 45
points La Boca returned to re-
gister 78 points for chnmpln-
shlp honors In the elementary
department with the kids from
Chagres springing the big sur-
prise bv taking second position.
The Lock City youngsters al-
though outnumbered in enroll-
ment were able to muster a team
strone anough to be In the thick
o the IlfhL .
Little League
PACIFIC SIDE
STANDINGS (2nd Hall)
Won Lost Pet.
Firemen 3 0 1.000
Curundu 2 1 067
Sears 8 1 847
Saint Mary's 1 2 .339
Police I 2 .333
Oiablo-Hlllman 0 3 .uuo
Tomorrow morning the six
teams will swing Into action at
Cocoli. Pedro Miguel and Diablo
at 9 a. m. '
At Dlakle
"From-rags-to-rlches" team
of the league will try to make
It four In a row at Diablo. The
Smokies of the Fire Department,
In the first half wore the rags
of a cellar occupant, finishing
six games behind the leaders
BUT now they are garbed In the
silks of a ruler without a lots
In the second half.
Of course their Saturday
morning opponents, the Council-
ambition to wear the garments
men of Crundu have their own
of the lofty. Fred Mohl and Co.,
have primed their ace hurler.
Eddie KLvhmeir for this special
occasion, while curundu will de-
pend on Bobbv Best.
In his last start Bobby was
unsteady while Eddie was
superb, but In this battle for flr.-t
place anything is liable to hap-
pen and most likely'will. Re-
gardless of the outcome,'a hum-
dinger of a tussle will be wit-
nessed before a large expected
croud.
At Cocoli
Looks like Dlckl Duran of the
Coppers will get the job of push-
ing the Hillman Automen deeper
In the cellar. The Automen have
not won a tingle ball game this
half, losing to Saint Marys
Sears and Firemen.,
The Coppers must win or else
thev will join the Automen In
the dark recesses of the base-
ment. The Automen will send
Pedro Salas with his fire ball to
knock off the Coppers and send
them tumbling Into a tie for last
place.
Both teams are capable of
playing good ball, but it seem';
that each one of them comes up
with one bad Inning per contest
and thus lose ball games.
At Pedro Miguel
The keen rlvalrv between the
Saints and the Catalog Kids
from Sears will be renewed at
Pedro Miguel. Ever since the i
Saints knocked off Sears for!
their first loss In the season
the two teams put up a stiff!
battle. Manager McKeown will
send either Bobby Lopez or Jlm-
mle Lovelady to the mound,
for the Saints while Bob
Glud has Alfred Bruhn and i
Ronnie Mead ready to go against i
the churchmen. Both teams have :
strong fielding defense and the
season series between the two '
teams finds honors evenly divid-
ed.
If past indications mean an"*
thing there will be a good crowd
for this game because the peo-
ple of Pedro Miguel endorse lit-
tle league baseball bv witness-
ing the knee-high performers.
American League
Teams W L
Cleveland 1
T'h-> on 6 1
New York .... 3
Chicago..... 5 3
Boston...... 4 4
Detroit...... 2 4
St. Louis ..... 2 7
Philadelphia .... 19
Pet.
ffi
.667
.625
.500
.333
.222
.100
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston
Philadelphia at Wash. (N)
No other games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 033 010 000.7 9 1
Boston > 020 204 05x13 13 1
Byrne. Reynolds (0-1 I, Porter-
field. Morgan and Berra.
Taylor. Nixon, Kinder,- (1-0)
and Guerra.
No other games scheduled,
(Night Game)
Phila. 000 100 0001 1 1
I Wash. 010 000 lOx2 I 0
Coleman il-Oi and Astroth.
Marrero (2-0) and Grasso.
Evans, Plummer
Wind Up Their
Training Today
Federico Plummer and Kid
Evans today wound up their
training for Sunday night's 15-
round featherweight champion-
ship bout at the Olympic Sta-
dium.
Evans has been going great
guns during workouts and has
displayed his usual hitting pow-
er plus great speed and a keen
eye. "El Ltigo" (The Whip) e-
pects to surprise the wise boys by
scoring a knockout victory over
Plummer.
Most of Plummer's training
this week' was concentrated on
parin- off weights. However, his
mentor claims that his boy will
be well within the 126-pound
limit Sunday at weigh-in time
1 a. m.
Whether Plummer will be
strode enough at this low weight
will be found out Sunday night.
Thus far the experts are back-
in- the "Stringbean" to the
limit.
The wise boys claim that
Plummer's greater boxing abil-
ity, greater roach, super.ur re-
cord speak for themselves.
The semifinal should be a
short and sweet battle. Lionel
Peralta is an almost unanimous
selection to score another K.O.
in this one but bis opponent,
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National League
Team W L Pet.
Philadelphia > 3 .87
St. Louis.....4 2 .667
Boston......7 4 .637
Chicago.....4 3 .571
Pittsburgh ,.,.43 .571
Brooklyn.....S 4 .555
Cincinnati .... 20 .230
New York .... 29 .182
Rex Barney Asks To Be Put
On 'Voluntary Retired List9
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh iN>
Lt. Louis at Chicago.
NEW YORK. April 27 (UP)
i Brooklyn Dodger pitcher Rex
i Barneywearv of trying to mane
the grade In the face of con-
sistent wlldnesshas asked to
1 be put on the voluntary retired
list. Barney made his request
in a letter to Dodger Vlce-Presi-
dent Buzz Bavasl, saying. "I
know that I cannot help this
; club, or any other Major League
. club at this time."
Bavasl says that the club isn't
taking anv action on Barney's
unusual request. He adds that
Barney and his wife conferred
earlier with Dodger President
Walter O'Malley. and that they
asked for the retirement.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
/
Brooklyn 000 000 0000 7 0
Philadelphia 000 010 Olx2 3 0
C. Van Cuyk (0-1). Ladlne and
Campanella.
Roberts and Semlnick.
Barney said In the letter.
"While Manager Chatlev Dre^-
sen and the coaches and every,
body have been wonderful Eo
me. I think I have to face the
facts, and asked to be put on
this" list."
Barney hlamed a war-time
rule for many of his trouble.
"The rules of baseball worked
against me after the war when
lt wasn't possible to send mo
out to the Minor Leagues where
I could get more work." Barney
says. The right-hander referred
to a rule that returning service-
men had to bo kept In tha
Majors for a full season, after
' their return.
A phenomenal career was pre-
dicted for the erratic Barnev,
who pitched a no-hlt. no-run
game against the New Yo~k
Giants In 1948. But from Hie
start of his Major League caree'*
he was plauged with lack of
, control. Last season he was used
only occasionally, and It was
hoped that this vear. new Dod-
! ger Manager Cruck Drasaen
might bring a change In Bar-
ney. But apparently Dressen
1 failed, too.
(Night Game)
Boston 000 000 0303 4 2
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Sain (1-1) and St. Claire.
Maglle (0-2) and Westrum.
'Globetrotters'
To Arrive At
Tocumen Tonight
The world-famed basketball
team, Harlem Olobettrotera, is
scheduled at Tocumen at 9:4u
p. m. by Branlff's Flight No. 603.
The team Is en route to Rio
de Janeiro from Cuba. Thev arc
Just passing through but will be
at the alroprt during the stop
of the plane.
The Olobetrotters are slated to
return to Panama for a two-dav
stay and two exhibitions May 9
and May 10.
Joe Allen, Is known to be rough-
tough customer.
James Milton and Young Mil-
ton will swap punches in the
main four-round preliminary
while K.O. Lester and Manuel
Aguirrt tackle each other in the
other prelim.
Expert Rifleman
Medal Earned By
Harry Lee Christy
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 27
Harry Lee Christy. 14, son of I
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Christy, j
202O-D West Second Street. Cu-
rundu. hag won the Expert Rifle-;
man Medal, lt was announced
here today by the National Rifle
Association.
Young Christy first took up
the target sport two years ago.
He has climbed steadily through
the 13 lower rankings, and with
one more step he will reach the
ton In Junior shooting, the Dis-
tinguished Rifleman rating.
He is a 7th grade student o.
the Balboa Junior High School
and a member of the cocoli Gun
Club. Mr. G. M. Sylvester Is the
club Instructor.
Watch for our
GRAND ANNUAL SALE
Madurito's
Starts May 2nd.
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At Low Price.
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EVERY TIME!
You can depend upon any watch bought
here to,tll you "the truth, the whole truth
and nothing but the truth" abo-t time. We
believe that the primary function of every
watch is to fo// time dependably and accu-
rately and every watch we sell must
measure up to this standard.
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BUILDING
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Juan Franco
TeL 3-1503
THE I.KKEVR CORP
Phone 2-3333
LOTS FOR SAUL
Domo Payment SIM.
Monthly Payment SI5
4> IA5TS on Paved Street from SI M
a. Meter
0 Tor Rent. Heavy tulpmr nl rorj
round levelin*
# vTf- Rent l4it or Lona term
l.ui Club ai ta ano l v>eeKiy
V"OR SALE:1950 Dodge Kingsway
Coupe, like new, 3000 miles, seot
covers. Insurance. Sove yourself
$500.00. 1488-C Dormon Street.
Tel. 2-1760.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
Fer better used can
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR QUICK SALE: 1949, 4-door
Nosh 600 Sedon, excellent condi-
tion. First reasonable offer buys.
Coll 83-2294 ot see ot 538-B
Cur'idu Heights.
Fer better used cars
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
MISCELLANEO
oblem?
Oa you hove a drinking an
Write Alcoholics Anenymaus
Bos 2031 Anee. C. I.
Th Zorn Brothers now entertaining
with magic for clubs, donees ond
parties, r-'ree estimates upon re-
quest. Phone Curundu 4237 or Pe-
dro Miguel 387.
Interested in a cruise to Venezuela
in a 36 foot auxiliary ketch? Box
93, Pedro Miguel or House 177-D
Pedro Miguel.
:OR SALE:Late 1948 Jeep Station
Wogon, duty paid, one owner, car
has been excellently cared. A-l
condition throughout, overdrive,
good gos mileoge, $1.350.00. Coll
3-1571. House 147-B, 8th Street,
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet, 4-door
Sedon, low mileage, new cor con-
dition. Tel. 3-1648 Cristbal.
For better usad cars
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE:1946 Oldsmobile Con-
vertible, duty paid, brand new top,
tires excellent, radio, general good
condition. Call Balboa 1336.
FOR SALE:1940 Oldsmobile De-
Luxe, 4-door Sedan, custom built
plostic seot covers, 6 cylinder, 60
series, radio, excellent condition,
good tires, new paint, motor re-
conditioned. Tel. 83-4206.
For better used cars
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet coach,
1948 Buick Super, Fishing Launch
22 ft. with Kermath marine motor.
Tel. Balboo 3476.
We wish to announce the arrival to-
day of a large shipment of auto
ports for oil makes of cars includ-
ing fan -belts and rodiator hose.
TROPICAL MOTORS INC.
For bettor used cars
SMOOT ond PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Tudor Sedan.
5627-D Dioblo, Rousseau Street &
Hecker Place after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:Hudson 6. 4 yeors old.
new rubber ond battery. Priced to
sell. Tel. 2-1693 Balboa.
For better used cars
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE1950 Dodge Club Coupe,
3.000 miles, seot covers. Best of-
fer over $1.700. 1488-C Balboa.
Tel. 2-1760.
FOR SALE
Roalf & Motor*
FOR SALE: GE ' H.P.. 25 evele
motor, very good condition. Coll
5-407.
FOR SALEOne Five HP. Fairbanks
Morse Horizontal gasoline kero-
sene motor. One GE 3'i Generator.
110 V. DC. Ftjx 57, Ancon.
ATTENTION PARENTS: Nursery
School in Margarita for children of
Pre-Kindergarten age. Cristobal
3-1430 or 3-1701.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spocious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lown and garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breokfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Paitilla and Panam Golf Club.
Available tor one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
end enamels. Mildew-proof $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stares.
OR SALE: National accounting
machine. Perfect condition. Bar-
gain price. Tel. 2-0610. Panami.
Borgoin Round-trip to Rio, Broniff
DC-6, $450. Call 2851 after-
noons. 2-1653 evenings.
FOR SALE:Insect-collecting equip-
ment. Spreading Boards, Cyanide Kill-
ing Jors, Storage Coses, Drying Ca-
binet (4' x 4' x 2'), Mounting Tools.
Nets with Bamboo Handles, Gloss
Jors containing specimens of butter-
flies, moths, beetles, etc. Above ma-
terials ond specimens will enable any-
one to go into collecting business
immediately. Names and addresses
of interested insect dealers will also
be furnished. Any enterprising person
can make a spare time income from
$50 to $300 monthly. The above
will be sold to highest bidder. Case-
ment of House 595. Mindi Street
Ineor Balboa Gas Stotion). Phone
Balboa 1413. Saturday.
FOR SALE:1930 Chevrolet Pick-
up, ideal for hunting or transpor-
tation. 4 new tires, $165. Piono
occordion 120 base, gold colored
keys. Typewriter Standard, $20.00.
Phonograph, hond cronk, $8.000.
Phone Cocoli (4-238./. House
419-B.
FOR SALECobinet, fits under stove
excellent for pots and pans).
Single Bedsprings. 4 pair Wooden
Horses. Metal Cobinet, Wooden
Cobinet, 2 pieces Celotex <4'x8V.
House 595 (Basement!, Mindi
Street, near Balboa Gas Station.
Phone 'I'lboa 1213. Saturdoy.
FOR SALE: 1 used electric train
with extra equipment and 1 high
chair. House 69. 3rd Street, New
Cristobol. Tel. 3-1308.
FOR SALE: New calculating mo-
chines "Brunsviga" model 20.
"Porras," Plaza 5 de Mayo.
FOR SALE:Pedigreed Cocker Span-
iels registered with AKC. 7 weeks
old. Gatun 257-B,
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE: Motorcycle, 250 c.c.
Mustang, new condition, sacrifice
House 752-C, Balboa Rd.
FOR SALE:Motorboat, twenty foot
overall, equipped for fishing, new
condition, acrifrice. Inquire House
752-C, Balboo Rd.
Wanted Position
WANTED: Position for excellent
laundress and general house-work-
er. Has references. Basic knowl-
edge of cooking ond willing to
learn. Coll Balboa 2653 ofter 4:00
p.m.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY: Used marine
engine, gosoline, 100 to" I 50 HP.,
gocd condition. Write full parti-
cular. "MOTOR." Apartado 1039,
Panomi.
Help Wonted
WANTED:Moid for general house-
work. Colle 25 Este No I. Apt.
B-5. Upstairs Comisariato Lilly.
REDS
POUR ON;
FOR RENT
House*
FOR RENT:Independent house up-
stairs three bedrooms, service.
Downstairs: Sitting-dini n g r o o m,
kitchen, maid's room, lovotorles,
garage. Garden, yord. Three min-
utes bus stop. Belisario Porras Rd.
13 Street No. 7. $70.00 monthly.
FOR RENT:Spacious chalet, 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 porches,
garage and beautiful gorden. No.
81 Vio Porros. For information en-
quire No. 8, 18th Street, San Fran-
cisco.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unlun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
OR RENT: Two bedrooms nice
painted apartment. Servant quart-
ers, etc. Bella Vista, Calla Colom-
bia No. 8. Apt. 5. _
FOR RENT:Aportoment in 13th St.
Vio Porros, Son Francisco. House
No. 16.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment, very cool, best location,
Bella Vista, corner 47th Street and
Federico Boyd. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartmei#,
big front ond back porch, motet's
room. Also small chalet. No. 37,
45th Street upstairs.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
apartment with all modern con-
veniences. Also cozy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: One bedroom oport-
ment neor Conol Zone. Tel. Pano-
mi. 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT:Moy 1st to June 15
beautiful two bedroom aportment
in Bella Vista completely furnish-
ed including linen Chino. Informa-
tion at 3-1844 from 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Cool independent furn-
ished room. Splendid surroundings.
All conveniences, Bello Vista No.
13, 43rd Street.
Clean independent furnished room
for single man only. Bella Vista,
Calle Colombia No. 8, Apt. 5. Tel.
3-0338.
FOR RENT:Furnished room. Kitch-
en private. Bath. 4th Street 7040
Coln, Melndez and Broadwoy
Cristobol 3-1881.
A New Shipment of
PURE LINEN
36 inch. 1.25 yd.
72 1.90 yd.
80 2.45 yd.
90 2.60 yd.
CASA FNIX
THE LINEN STORE
155 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2^0
(Continued from Pare 1)
battle line said it ran "to Chun-
chon." disclosing that the Allies
had fallen back into that strong-
hold.
But airmen said the Chinese
still were pouring south in mas
formation. They saw big enemy
units walking in plain sight on
the roads, defying the blistering
aerial assault and the artillery
barrage taking thousands of
Communist lives.
"I saw one man hiding by a
bush r/> a hill, and strafed him.
and the whole damned hill be-
gan to move," one pilot reported.
Two flights of Mustangs sur-
prised a column of Chinese
marching south, hit the column
with napalm, and claimed 130
casualties.
Blaze Destroys
Hangar In London
LONDON. April 27 (UP). A
fast spreading blaze destroyed
a large hangar at London Air-
port at dawn today.
Authorities said they are In-
vestigating the possibility of sa-
botage.
Firemen and airport workers
towed a Stratocruiser, a Constel-
lation, a Comet jet airliner and
a pair of Yorks out of the blaz-
ing structure before the flames
could reach them.
An airport official said there
was no reason to suspect sabot-
age "but we must explore every
angle."
The technical log of a Qantas
Empire Airways Constellation
due to leave here this morning
or Rome, Cairo. Calcutta, Sln-
;i|)ore i'tid F d <"" ciuld. not be
.umiu SASf the lue.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
RESORTS
hirlioe. Beach cottages. Sonta Clora
Box number 495, Balboa. Phone
Panami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673-_____________________\
Casino Santo Cloro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! En|oy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Gromlicri's Santo Clara beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gomboa. 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
GencH Bliss' Santa Clara Sues* Heuie.
Overlooks ocean . Surrounded
by shade trees . Gas range ond
refrigerator . Accommodates se-
ven. Private steps to beach <2
min. walk). Barbecue, pinfl-pong,
badminton, croquet, etc. Call
4-55.7 days, 4-230 evenings.

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Philco 4.5 cu. ft. refri-
gerator, duty paid. Reasonable.
2151-D Curundu.
OR SALE: Five piece stateside
mahogany bedroom suite, cheap.
2003-C Curundu. Before 11:00
o.m.
FOR SALE: 21 Venetian Winds,
38x60, ivory, rustproof steel; Solid
mahogany China closet; Costa Ri-
can coffee table; Electric mixer.
mixmoster; Dressing table with
Stoult mirror; Ook cabinet stand.
House 0585-A Mindi Street.
FOR SALE:2 bombeo chairs, ot-
troctively slip-covered, sturdy play
pen, nursery chair, all in excellent
condition. House 610-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:G.E. refrigerator, 5 cu.
ft., 25 cycle, all porcelain, perfect
condition. $50.00. 1462-D. Holden
Street. Balboa. Tal. 2-3169.
FOR SALE:Four rare ond beauti-
fully hand carved Chinese chairs.
Telephone, Pedro Migued 14) 280,
between 5 p.m. and 8 p.n\
FOR SALE:Servel Refrigerator, 25
and 60 cycle, perfect condition.
$100.00. 523-C Cocoli.
FOR SALE:1 pair Guatemalan hand
crochet bedspreads. Tel. 3-4220.
Panami.
FOR SALE: Couch, tables, chairs,
dishes and other household orticles.
House 810 Balboa. Upstairs Credit
Union Bldg.
FOR SALE:1 wardrobe, dressing
table, flight toble, upholstery chair
include one rocker, Liquerera, din-
ing table. 15 of February. House
3, room 17. From 4 to 8 p.m.
FOR SALE:10 piece Philippine Rat-
' tan 3 strand livingroom set, just
like new. Kenmore washing ma-
chine '48 model. Chest of drow-
ers. 2 chrome kitchen chairs. 2
book stands. Tel. 83-4206.
FOR SALE:Santo Clara property. 4
lots, full grown mango, trees royal
polms, beautiful view of the moun-
tains and ocean, on high ground,
five minutes walk to beach. Frame
house, concrete store house or
servants quarters, pump and well
on property. Coll 2-2757, L. A.
iooerski. Bolboa.
FOR SALE: Cottoge with modern
convenience running water, electric
light. 2 miles from Goofy lake.
Information Perejil 2nd St. No. 1 5,
Apt. 1. Tel. 3-1567.
rOR SALE:Small house, 6 feet by
12. suitable for stable, child's play
house, etc. New lumber used, fully
screened in ond creosoted. Call
Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE:Set of Chinese furniture,
ebony, encrusted with mother-of-
peorl. No. 11. 6th Street. Tel.
2-3792. Panami.
FOR SALE: Mahogany livingroom
set, new $250. Electric alorm
clock $5. Oak dresser with mirror
$10. 1440-C, Bolboa.
FOR,SALE:9 cu. ft. Norge refri-
gerator, 25 and 60 cycle motors.
Borgain for $50. 0767-A Wm.
Place. Bolboa. Tel. 2-1491.
FOR SALE:RCA electric ironer, 25
cycle. $40.00. Margarita 8113-B.
Tel. 3-1430.
FOR SALE: 3 arm choirs with
spring cushions; Mople table;
Maple standing lamp; Ciningroom
porcelain toble end 4 chairs in
green and white; Servel gas re-
frigerator, new; Mohogony secret-
ory desk; New cedar wardrobe;
Electrolux swiper; Washing ma-
chine 25 cycle. 326-C Coco Solo.
Tel. 246.
LESSONS
.earn ballroom dancing. Why miss
the fun. Leave name, oddress and
phone ot desk, Bolboa YMCA.
Hornett & Dunn.
Dan's Dilemma !
Dan's pockets bad no silver
lining.
For some money be wm fining!
Tben a P. A. Want Ad be
sighted.'
Got a Job. now he's delighted:

HI f synchronise!.
C.Z. shipped
at factory pricea.
Consult
CAMERA STORE
LobbyEl Panam Hotel
Phone 3-B1M
Ordlrme Isthmian
SanHaHon Doctor
Back Here On Tour
A former resident of the Isth-
mua, more recently Health Com-
missioner for New York City Is
back again this time as a
guest at El Panama.
He Is Dr. John L. Rice who. In
1818 worked under the Rocke-
feller Foundation on hookworm
in many parU of the Interior of
Panama.
Now public health consultant
for the Lederle' Laboratories
Division of American Cyanamld
Company, makers of aureomy-
cin, he is on a tour through Cen-
tral and South America. Mrs.
Rice, who was in Panama with
him more than 30 years ago. Is
on the present trip.
He is calling today on Pana-
ma's Minister of Public Health,
Mrs. Marta Miranda, and hopes
to see another Rockefeller
Foundation man. Dr. Amadeo
Mastellarl of Oorgas Hospital.
Dr. Rice has already conferred
with Public Health Director Dr.
Roberto Sandoval, Dr. Alberto
Lopea, Panama's chief of epide-
mology; Santo Tomas superin-
tendent Dr. Ernesto Zubleta:
Mrs. Teresina Pinaon. head of
the Oorgas Memorial dispensary
and Dr. Arcadio Rodanlche, chief
of the contagious diseases ward
at Santo Tomas.
Capacity Crowd
Attends Balboa Hi
Husk Festival
The new Balboa Gym was the
scene lasb night of the Annual
Music Festival of Balboa High
School.' A capacity crowd wit-
nessed the program which had
special Importance because of
the pollo cancellation of the
Christmas musical.
Some 275 students particip-
ated in this showing. Mr. Neil
Branstetter director of Balboa
High School music, led hia stu-
dents through a 00-minute pro-
gram which consisted of groups
presented by the band, chorus,
and, orchestra.
To conclude the program, the
audience and chorus enthusias-
tically sang "Time Tested Melo-
dies".'The community-sing has
long been a favorite of the pub-
lic and has become traditional.
The Spanish selections of the
Festival were sung to the ac-
companiment of castanets play-
ed by Francisco Prieto. The cast-
anets proved and added attrac-
tion to establish a picture of
Spanish setting.
Equally high-lighted was the
special instrumental attraction.
This featured Edward Browder
and Irwln Frank with several
clarinet duet.
Aa a final gesture of gratitude,
the musical students presented
Mr. Branstetter with a gift.
Eyewitnesses Give
Accounts of Florida
Airplane Collision
KEY WEST, Florida, April 27.
(UP). Investigators here are
studying eyewitness accounts of
Wednesday's collision between a
Compaa Cubana DC-4 and a
twin engined Navy trainer.
Meanwhile divers have recov-
ered all 39 bodies from the DC-4,
now lying 30 feet deep about
1,000 yards offshore here. The
bodies of two of the four men
in the Navy plane are still mis-
sing.
Lt. E. J. L. Mennetl, a French
naval aviator training here, told
a naval Court of Inquiry he saw
the airliner overrun the naval
plane.
Seaman M. C. Wlthertngton
said neither plane took evasive
action before they rammed.
The mishap took place about
noon, when visibility was un-
limited.
Mexican Wetbacks
Are Invading US
WASHINGTON, April 27. (UP)
The Justice Department has
warned that the- hundreds and
thousands of Mexicans now
entering the United States ille-
gally constitute a virtual inva-
sion.
Commissioner A. R. Mackey,
of the Immigration and Natura-
lization Service, said:
"The tide of Illegal entry
from Mexico must be stopped.
It makes a farce of immigration
laws. It constitutes a ready
avenue for European alien
smuggling."
Estimating that wetbacks are
now crossing the Rio Grande
into the United States from
Mexico at a rate of from 500,000
to 600,000 yearly, Mackey asked
the House Appropriations Com-
mittee for $8,589.400 for border
patrol operations next year.
Cheit Committee
Meets Tomorrow'
A meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Canal Zone
Community Chest will be held
at 0 ajn. tomorrow to the libra-
ry of the JWB building on La
Boca Road.
Principal purpose of the
meeting Is to form gome sort
of group study for budgeting
for the chest's participating
agencies.
Representatives from each
agency and other members of
the board have been notified
ot the meeting.
Firemen Devise Trap
For False Alarms
YOUNG8TOWN, O., April 28
(UP). In an effort to catch
pranksters who have been turn-
ing in false alarms, the fire de-
partment has come up with a
double-barreled trap.
First, Chief Leroy E. Halstead
ordered alarm boxes painted with
luminous paint, the kind that
won't wash off.
Next, sirens were attached to
each alarm box which are set oft
when an alarm Is sounded.
The department hopes that lt
any false alarms are turned in.
the siren going off will attract1
FRIDAY. APRIL 2?, 1K1
ii '
British Ammo Ship
Blows Up; 6 Killed
GIBRALTAR, April 27 (UP).
The British ammunition ship
Bedenham blew up while un-
loading explosives here at 10
ajn. today.
Six civilians were killed and
one injured.
The blast rocked Gibraltar,
and smashed windows and walls
for miles around.
A section of the Bedenham'*
mast crashed down more than
half a mile away from the ex-
plosion. Other piece* of debris
from the ship were scattered all
about Gibraltar.
People were cut by flying glass
when the blast. shattered win-
dows In La Linea, Spain, 20 miles
away.

The disaster followed by 11
days the Royal Navy's loss of
the submarine Affray with 75
aboard.
The Bedenham had brought a
mixed cargo of stores and am-
munition from Plymouth, En-
land, and was to have sailed
or Malta tomorrow.
persons who may later be able to
identify the offender. Once sus-
pects are caught, a special light
brings out the tell-tale marks of
the luminous paint on their
hands.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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GOVERNOR NEWCOMER RETURNING TONIGHT
FROM TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D. 0.
The Governor of The Panama Canal, Irif. Central Pran-
cU K. Newcomer, ii expected to return tenijht fcv airplane
from a short trip to Washington, D. C.
Miaa Turck Bride
of Mr. Kelleher
Miss Ruth Turck, daughter of
Mr. ei.dMrs. Chester C. Turck of
Balboa, was married to Maurice
8. rjelleher. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice I. Kelleher of Pedro Mi-
gue), last evening at six-thirty
o'clock in at. Mary'a Church,
Balboa. The Rev. Father Mooney
perfoimed the ceremony In the
presence of a large group of rela-
tives and friends of the two fam-
ilies.
Candles lighted the chuich
which was decorated with lilies,
whit hydrangeas, ferns and pot-
ted palms. The pews were marked
with white satin ribbons. Miss Ol-
ga Moya, organist, played the
traditional wedding marches ft
the processional and recessional.
Miss Tita Ros sang "Mother at
Thy Feet I'm Kneeling" and "M>
Rosary" before the service and
during the ceremony she sang
Schubert's "Ave Maria."
Escorted and giren in marriage
by her father, the young bride
wore a beautiful wedding gown
of Chantlliy lace and nylon tulle
mad? over slipper satin. The
gown liad a high necked yoke of
net with the lace appliqued in
scallops at the shoulder line,
long sleeves and a fitted bodice
of lace. The bouffant skirt of lace
waa worn over hoops and ended
In a full length train. At the bot-
tom o ftlie skirt were ruffles of
tulle which alio encircled the
edge of her train. She wore a
Itngei-tlp length veil of tulle edg-
ed with Chantlliy lace and held
in place with a coronet of oranfte
blossoms and rhlhestones. At-
tached to her white satin prayer
book was a cluster of white or-
chids wit a shower of satin rib-
boas and tiny orchids. For her
wedding she wore diamond ear-
rings, the gift of the bridegroom
and a single strand of pearls.
Mrs. McDuffle Spivey, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
Her gown of sky-blue nylon net,
made over taffeta, was worn with
hoops. It had an off the shoul-
der neckline with a sheer net
yoke and a fitted bodice. The net
skirt had panniers caught with
clusters of forget-me-nots and
tiny net ruffles below the pan-
niers, her small Dutch bonnet of
net and taffeta was edged wUh
American beauty roses, matching
the flowers of her arm bouquet.
The four bridesmaids wore
Identical gowns In pastel colors.
They were also of nylon net made
over taffeta and worn over hoops.
The gowns had very full skirts,
tight bodices and ruffled net
lerthaa trimmed with velvet
Lowers' to match their gowns.
Matching picture hats of net and
affei with long velvet ribbons
In tne back completed their cos-
tumes.
The bridesmaids were Mrs.
Hugh White a sister of the bride
Miss Joan Gibson, Miss Shirley
weite and Mlas Virginia Coffey.
Mrs. White wore pale pink and
carried lace frilled nosegay of
blue hydrangeas. Miss Gibson's
gown was aquamarine blue and
her nosegay was of rosebuds;
M1S3 Weltz's was Nile green and
her flowers, lavender orchids;
and Miss Coffey's. orchid color
and her nosegay, yellow baby
chrysanthemums.
andra Spivey, the bride's niece
and Sherry McLaln, were flower
glrlS. They carried white baskets
of rose petals and wore shoit
frocks of ruffled marquisette, the
former in baby-blue and the rat-
ter ip pale pink. Their dresses
were trimmed with contrasting
flowers and they wore halos of
ruffled het and rlboonS. Chester
Charles Eplvey, neyhew of the
brid. was ring bearer.
David I. Kelleher was best man
for hla brother and the uahers
were: William De la Mater. Tho-
mas Leaver, Francis Conover and
Thomas Peterson.
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Turck entertained more
than four hundred guests at a
reception held in the ballroom of
the Hotel Tlvoli. Hanging baskets
of ferns, potted palms and white
lilies in profusion decorated the
ballroom. An orchestra played
for dancing after the supper.
For her daughter's wedding
M.s. Turck chose a gown of a-
quan.arlne blue silk crepe trim-
med with silver beading. Her
smali hat matched her gown and
her corsage Waa of orchids. Mrs.
Kelieher's gown of pale blue silk
Gland Discovery
BKr!-i from lii at %!our, Mrr-
fi, *nk ay, impuro klooa
foiling mefndrr. and who oro v)i and
worn-out boforo their timo will bo d#-
lighted to loom of a now glona dls-
eovary b an American l'octor.
Thl new illoeotar- makoo It 801-
*IWlo to ,ul< kiy aiwl Molly rottora
vIS'Mir ta your glano* ah.] hoSy. I
bulitl rlclL put* blooa. M trrtiajUi.n
your mina a'.d mamar..- and 'I flat a
now ii<. In fact, tliM dlacovfry
win h ii a ham' tnadli ino In picalant,
oatf-iu-taM tablet rurtn, ".", ay
wltfc gland OMra'.lona 'id nl< klv be-
gin* to uulta now vlfnni h<1 morgy,
> ot It lo afeiulHttly bartulos and nat-
aral In action.
Tka uoroio af thla amazing dlocor.
ory, ewllod VI-TaM, haa toon ao grant
I ii no bring dlotrlbutod by oil
t'linnlati horo. In othtr wardo, VI.
Toko aiaaoo you f.ri full af vigour
and Morfy ana yojo rao n go. A
opoclal WttiooMl Vl.Tok.eooi. Iltllo.
ojgoyo> #*#%___ Ult Vl-Taka
YiXaaa\Daat ,r*m *>"
w u m * ehamiat today.
Ciepe was trimmed With rhlne-
stones and her corsage was also
of orchids.
Mrs. William Mallory presided
at the punch bowl and Mrs. Will-
iam Scandrett served the bride's
cales: The bride's book wa In
charge of Mrs. Emll A. Weltz.
The young couple sailed today
on tho SS "Cristobal" to spend
their honeymoon hi New York
and Philadelphia. For travelling
the bride wore a white Palm
Beach suit with red accessories
and a corsage of white orchids.
The bride la a graduate of the
Balboa High School and until re-
cently was employed by the In-
ter-American Geodetic Survey In
Balboa. Her husband also was
graduated from Balboa High
School and attended the Canal
Zone Junior College. He la a gra-
duate of Bradley University at
Peora, Illinois, class of 1150, and
is with the Wages and Classifica-
tion Board at Balboa Heights.
They will be at home after June
1 at 5757-L Sibert Street, Diablo
Heights.
Chinese Minister
Leaves for Managua
Dr Cheng chenyu. Minister
of China to Panama, left yester-
day by airplane on a short visit
to Managua, Nicaragua.
Mrs. Hammer Guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller
Mi'3. Hubert H. Hammer, a for-
mer reshident of Balboa, arrived
by airplane Wednesday evening
from her home in LOs Angeles,
California. She will visit for a
month with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
R. Fuller, In Ancon.
Mrs. P. O. Dye Wednesday *
ing.
Commander and Mrs. Dyt gate
a barbecue supper at their quar-
ters on the Balboa Naval Reser-
vation, entertaining with the
guests ot honor Mrs. Alma Olson,
mother of Mrs. Youngblood, Mrs.
C. D. LyndOn. Dr. and Mrs. D. S.
Masland and Colonel and Mrs. H.
J. Turton.
Commaa-er and Mrs. Fisher
Arrive fat Duty Hera
Commander and Mrs. G. M'.
Fisher and their two sons arrived
today from the United States and
will realde at the Balboa Naval
Reservation. Commander Fisher
will succeed Commander Curtis
Youngblood as 15th Naval District
Legal Officer.
Spring Festival
Tomorrow
The public Is cordially Invited
to the Sjrlng Festival which St.
Luke's Cathedral Parish is giving
at the Morgan Gardens tomor-
row from t to I p.m. Admission
will be J5 cents. All children must
be accompanied by adults, and
thoss under 12 will be admitted
tree. Picnic food will be sold and
there will be fun and entertain-
ment for all ages.
Summer Recreation
Program Enrolments
Start Tomorrow
Registration for children who
will take part in the Summer
Recreation Program at Balboa
will be held from am. to 11: Jo
a.m tomorrow at the Balboa
Oymnaslum.
The Balboa program will in-
clude children from the 19th
Naval District, Quarry Height*
and Balboa.
Children who register for the
program must be accompanied
by their parents.
The registration fee Is $1.00
for the first chile" and 50 cents
for the children ta the
family after the first.
samj
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage LUenses
HAROII, Mer Darren, M, of
Albrook ATI, formerly of Carina,
Iowa, to SMITH. Oeraldlno Can-
ley, at, of Curundu. formerly of
Chico. Cal.
Birth.
FLORES, Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo,
of Gamboa, eon, April Ha, Gor-
gas Hospital.
SMITH, lit. and Mrs. H. C of
Ft. Kobbe, daughter, April 5,
Oorgas Hospital.
Deaths
VLIBMOS. Antonio. 55, o!
Greece, April 34, Colon Hospital.
NURSE. Helena. 71, of La Boca,
April 39. Oorgas Hospital.
REYNOLDS, Fred N., 74, of In-
diana, April 30, Oorgas Hospital.
GERMAN, Marion H., 38. of Pe-
Mn. Raford Visits
Captain and Mrs. Payne
Captain and Mrs. Clifford
Payne had as their guest for a
short visit this week their cou-
sin. Mra. Bruce Reford, who was
en route to Mexico from a visit in
Barbados and Trinidad. Mrs. Re-
ford was a popular visitor here In
January and February when she
spent several weeks with the
Paynes at their home in Bella
Vlata.
Mrs. Wright Leaving -
far Havana
After a stay of several weeks
here. Mrs. Bertha E. Wright of
Salt Lake City, Utah, plans to
leave tomorrow night for Hava-
na, Cuba. Mrs. Wright directed
the Theater Guild's very success-
ful performances this week of A.
A. Milne's "Dover Road." Her
son, David E. Wright, Attache of
the United States Embassy in
Costa Rica, has spent several days
with her In Panama this week.
Dr. Clark Returns
to Pahama
Dr. Herbert Clark and Dr. Gra-
ham Bell Falrchlld have returned
to Panama from a trip to the
United States and Mexico.
Commander and Mrs. Dye
Hoata at Sapper Party
Commander and Mrs. A. M.
Purdy and Commander and Mrs.
Curtis Youngblood, who are leav-
ing Saturday for their new mil-
lion-, in the United States, were
honored by Lt. commander and
Couple Club to Meet
Saturday
The Couple club will hold a
pot luck dinner Saturday even-
ing in the parlors of the Balboa
Union Church; with the Rv. Al-
exander Shaw the guest speaker.
Junior US Business
Officials To Confer
On Latin America
WASHINGTON. April 27, (UW)
The current status of United
States business In Latin America
Will be the subject of a two-DAv
conference here May 9 and 10, it
was announced today by the For-
eign Service Educational Founda-
tion.
Speakers will include promin-
ent LJS. government and prvala
corporation officials. Among
them will be Christian A. Herter,
U.S. representative from the
State of Massachusetts, who will
review the attitude of congress
toward Latin America.
Herter and other representa-
tives of government and private
enterprise founded the Foreign
Service Foundation in IMS, as a
training center in Washington
for specialists In international
affairs.
The Foundation holds annual
Conferences on regional world to*
Fies or the benefit of Junior of-
iciis of major U.S. business
companies, which support the
Foundation's program.
The role of Latin America in
the U.S. defense effort will be
discussed by Ivan B. White, an
economic specialist in the U.S.
Bureau of International Affairs.
A panel discussion on U.S. gov-
ernment assistance to American
business in Latin America will
follow, conducted by three gov-
ernment and corporation offi-
cials.
Not Qualified
FORT WORTH. Tex. (UP) -
One prospective juror in the san-
ity hearing of Ted S. Petty was
quickly disqualified. The name
was that of Ted S. Petty.
THE PANAMA GOLF CLUB
ANNOUNCES
That a Tea Party preceded by Card Game* will be of-
fered to all Wives of members, every Thursday from I
p.m. on, starting on Thursday, May 3rd, 1951.
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TOMORROW 3 to 9 p.m.
at
MORGAN'S HILL
(Galllard Highway near Miraflores)
COme tnd infoy th bluti/ul
Morgan gtratm, the singing.
fortune-ttlltng, pony rides, and to many othtr thing i
General Admission 25e.
Children under lt free if accompanied by parents!
Sponaored by CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
1l*t*H*K who o frsgrf. *'"oy
delicious, and a-y mak-l
just del milk, cook % minutos.

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Group Meetings
The Chorrillo United Burial
Scheme will meet tonight at 7:90
o'clock at the Bible Truth Church
of God 39 West 26th Street, for
the reading of the bye-laws and
the reception of new members.
A. A. Blaokett-Forde. founder
and chairman, urgea attendance.
dro Miguel, April 19, Oorgas Hos-
pital.
GORDON. Nathaniel. 00, of
Colon, April 25. Oorgas Hospital.'
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEMWDKNT BAILT NEWSPAPER
TODAY. APRIL X7, 1H1
\LMtlanllc Society
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BOr: VOYAGE DINNER FOR MR. AND MRS. BAILEY
*"~ Mr. and Mn, H. A. Bailey, who are leaving for a state's
vacation, were guests of honor at a dinner party liten by
(Mr. and Mrs. William E- Adams at their Brasos Heights home
,,/ast evening.
oyie other guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilt Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Mlddlemas. Mr, and
Mrs. Anthony Raymond, Dr. and
M. J. M. Wilkerson, Mr. an^
Mili. James Plaia, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph-Noonan, Mr. and Mrs.
S|)J) Puller, Mr. and Mrs. John
tefnlck, Mr. and Mrs. Colin
Cfcson. Mr. and Mrs. H. S
WJjJle and Mr- ftnd Mrs- Lau"
rencc- Breece of Balboa.
Wh. Wilton Jo. YIU
Bo, 195, Qmtnn Oilepkone QeUmn 378
Xeiioct Party
at Gun Club
-M. group of friends from both
sidej of the Isthmus enjoyed a
rio-host dinner at the Cristobal
Gun Club before attending the
flftS.1 performance of the Little
Theater's current production
Tuesday evening.
Those in the group were from
the Pacific Side. Mrs. Peggy Falk,
Mx. and Mrs. Horace Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. E. I. Everson and Mr.
and Mrs. Tex Butler, from the
Atlantic Side, Mr. and Mr. Hen-
ry Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs.
WlUlam Badders.
Cotillion Club
Board Meeting
The Board of the Washington
COtlUlon Club will meet Tuesday,
May 1, at 7:00 p.m. at the Mar-
garrt.i Clubhouse.
NUTi nal Sojourners Meeting
Ttie April meeting of Caribbean
Chapter No. 21, National Sojourn-
ers was held at the Fort Gullck
Officers Club, Tuesday evening,
with 29 members and guests pre-
sent
Clnel James E. Bo wen, Jr.
USA. Atlantic Sector Commanoe:",
waiyhonor guest for the evening.
The invited guests Included Mr
Lou'*? A. Kaufer of the Adminis-
trative Section of the Industrial
Dlvicion and Mr. Lesleigh H. Da-
vis." Executive Secretary of the
Cristobal Armed Forces YMCA.
MJ. Neville A. Harte, the gueet
epeiiser, gave an interesting tali
onuhis experiences In grave dlg-
glrigjthroughout the different re-
gions of Panama. He exhibited
many of his prized acquisitions
and illustrated his lecture with
colored slides. He opened to the
Packed Program
Planned For Spring
Festival Tomorrow
!ts. Luke's Spring festival
ope.v- 3 p.m. tomorrow at Mor-
gan's Gardens, Oaillard High-
way near Corozal.
There have been weeks of pre-
paanlon.
j..
Two new features have been
added to the program, the \liii-
W**yPhoto Shop, under the direc-
tion \>l Roger Greene and Dr. Da-
vid-Porter. D.V.M., and an ani-
nM^xhlbit. in which Alson Sear<.
J?., vvill show the three-week-old
sprtig lambs, whose pictures
haiiu appeared in connection
wl$h the festival and other anl-
tJs.
The program will be:
rOO p.m. Pony rides (old rail-
road embankment .on far side of
garden.)
Wading pool (on the flat be-
yond the Alice Ewlng Cottage.)
JFed the Goose (guest house).
^Bbrtune Teller (porch of Mor-
gatt'Yesldence.)
Bake Sale i guest house.)
Pltrnt Sale (outdoors near guest
house.)
Country Store (guest house, i
Ham Radio Station (guest
JMigious Bookshop (guedt
house.
animal Exhibit (on slope be-
tween guest house and Alice Ew -
litfc Cottage.)
-Barbecue Pit (hot dogs, ham-
burgers, and hot coffee.)
2>hoto Shop (guest house.)
falloon sale.
ale of "cokes" and ice cream.
T^art Games (near wading
pool. I
-9:10 p.m. Movies (upstairs in
gilesi, house.) Charlie Chaplin.
az.y Kat, Original Movies of
Panama Canal Construction.
8:30 p.m. First Tour of Gardens.
3:40 p.m. Second Movies.
4:10 p.m. Third Movies.
4:40 p.m. Fourth Movies.
4:45 p.m. Second Tour of Gar-
dens.
:30 p.m. White Elephant Auc-
tion i guest house.)
6 30 p.m. Evening Entertain-
ment on lawn of Morgan resi-
dence, Rev. Malnert J. Peterson,
Master of Ceremonies:
Little Grey Home In the West
(8t. Luke's Choir.)
Solo a Limerick Song (Rev.
Peterson.)
^Community Sing Home on
the Range, Juanita. Carry Me
Back to Old Virginia. I've Been
Working on the Railroad.
7:15 p.m. G. I. Jam Show, Cor-
porals Jerry Sherman and Kllis
Fortune (lawn.)
t-30 p.m. Outdoor Movies co-
la cartoons (lawn.)
1:30 p.m. Country Dancing (ga-
rage of guest house.)
1:0U p.m. Outdoor movies.
8:30 p.m. Outdoor movies.
Tickets may be purchased at
the gate. No dogs are permitted
InBdt the festival grounds. Ad-
mittance Is 25 cents, children un-
defcji* being admitted without
charge if accompanied by an
adult.
group a view of the vast wealth of
historical lore to be found In the
Republic of Panama.
Judge E. I. P. Tatelman deliv-
ered the Sojourners' lecture, af-
ter which president Paul C. Koer-
ner Initiated the.following into
the organization: George J. Ellis,
Jr., Lt. U.S.N., Robert E. Sigman,
Lieutenant USN, William D.
Godwin, Captain MSCR. USA and
Lewis R. Spencer WO (Jg) USA.
The president asked the mem-
bership to cooperate In securing
a delegate to the National Con-
vention which will be held at St.
Louis from May 24 to 26.
The civilian group will have
charge of the May meeting.
brate the first birthday anniver-
sary of their daughter, Rosarla.
The ground floor of the resi-
dence was decorated with bal-
loons and white, pink and blue
crepe paper. The large square
birthday cake held an Inscription
in pink and matching roses with
silver dragees.
Eighty relatives and friends
were present. The hostess was as-
sisted by Mrs. Antonio Helbron
and Miss Rosarlo Lara.
Mr. and Mrs. Deith
Move to Albrook Field
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Delth
and family have moved to Al-
brook Field. Coach Delth Is well-
known on the Atlantic Side where
he has been a member of the fa-
culty of Cristobal High School.
He has returned to active duty
with the rank of captain In the
Air Corps.
Recital at
Cristobal Union Church
Professor Leo Cardona will pre-
sent fourteen pupils In a recital
at the Cristobal Union Church
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Professor Cardona will also
play several selections. The gen-
eral public Is Invited to attend
Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James
BuUer, Jr., arranged a party at
their residence In Colon to cele-
Elks Installation Ball
The Cristobal Lodge No. 1542,
B.P.O. Elks will hold their an-
nual Installation Ball at their
Brazos Brooks home tomorrow
evening.
Canasta Party
Honors Mrs. Christian
Mrs. James Christian, who Is
leaving for the States in the near
future to make her home, was
complimented with a canasta
party. Wednesday afternoon. Mis.
H. I. Tinnin entertained at her
home In Margarita.
Mrs. McAuliffe
Returning to States
Mrs. Stephen McAuliffe, who
has been visiting her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. O'Brien sailed today for New
York. She will visit relatives In
Detroit, Michigan and El Pasa,
Texas, before returning to her
home in San Diego.
Henry W. D. Smith Navy Camera Fans
itsMt
ANTI-REDMovie star John
Garfleld told the House Un-
American Activities Committee
that he has never been a mem-
ber of the Commiailst Party. He
said he has always hated Com-
munism and believes it to be a
tyranny which threatens our
country and the peace of th*
world.
MISS CLAIRE VOORHKES,
Color Casting Supervisor of the
Revlon Products Corporation,
arrives In Panama tomorrow.
Miss Voorhees has had vast ex-
perience traveling for Revlon
In the United States, training
and supervising sales girls,
beauty shop operators, and
drugstore beauticians In the
Revlon method of Color Cast-
ing. She Is in Panama to train
the girls who sell and apply
Revion products.
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Progressive Circle Luncheon
The members of the Progress-
ive Circle of the Cristobal Union
Church met In the church Wed-
nesday for luncheon and a busi-
ness meeting.
Mrs. Estelle McLean was hos-
tess for the day and the devotlon-
als were given by Mrs. August
Campbell.
Mrs Philip Havener gave a xe-
port on the activities of the Fed -
eration meeting in Balboa and
Mrs H. W. Moist was appointed
hostess for the next meeting.
Sewing for Christmas gifts for
the San Bias Islands was distrib-
uted and plans, were made for
the family Sunday to be held
May 13. At this time each child
receives a potted plant.
"Varieties 1951"
at Margarita
On May 1st and 2nd the "Va-
rieties of 1951" will be presented
at the Margarita Clubhouse for
the benefit df the M.R.A. and 4th
of July Fund.
No tickets will be put on sale.
The doors will open at 6:45 p.m.
with admission 50 cents for a-
dults and 25 cents for children.
The curtain will rise at 7:30 a.m.
The show Includes a presenta-
tion ol the dance pupils of Miss
Faye Wheeler and 16 talent-pack-
ed adult acts.
Child Health Day
Set For Tuesday
President Truman has design-
ated Mav 1 as Child Health Day.
A portion of the President's
proclamation follows:
"WHEREAS lt Is recognized
that our. children embody our
most cherished hopes:
"NOW THEREFORE. I, HARRY
S. TRUMAN, President of the
United States of America, do
hereby designate the first day
of May of this year as Child
Health Day; and I call upon the
people of each community Of the
United States, and all agencies
and organizations interested' In
child welfare, to consider upon
that day now, In the coming year
they may carry out the object-
ives of the Mldcentury White
House Conference on Children
Youth, held last year, to the end
that all our children may grow
In physical, mental, and emo-
tional health, with faith in Ood
and In the dignity of man."
Dies.at Santo Toms
Henry W. D. Smith, Panama-
nian, age 38, died at Santo To-
mas hospital Wednesday after a
short lllnnes.
A funeral service will be con-
ducted In St. Peter's chureh, La
Boca, 4 p.m. Saturday by the
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley. Burial
will take place at Amador ce-
metery. The body will be taken
to the parish hall of the church
about 1:30 p.m.
He Is survived three sons, a'
sister. Mrs. Mildred V. NeblettJ
brothers Victor T. and Luther!
G., the Utter residing In New'
York, and his father, Henry.
May Enter Contest
The 15th Naval District Wel-
fare and Recreation Office an-
nounced today that photographs
from local naval personnel will
be accepted for entry In the
forthcoming Inter-Service Pho-
tography Contest sponsored by
the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
No local contest is being
staged, but entries will be for-
warded to the Potomac River
Naval Command for Judging in
the Middle-Atlantic Group com-
petition, provided they have
reached the District Welfare and
Recreation Office by May 1.
M
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Group Meetings
The Junta Femenina de Bene-
ficencia, (Ladles Welfare Group)
will hold a special meeting at the
Pacific Clubhouse next Tuesday
night. All members are requested
to be present.
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In New York
MEMOS TO THE EDITOR
The Sunday paper, uoted ten. MeeArthar He said at the
tins of ths Wake Island conference with the' CeeMfe-iB-C^ (0*.
15) no one in the U.S. Ooernment hsd "the sUfhtest ides Red
China would interrene in Korea... The President (in hii Jackson
Day dinner speech a wash ago) declared he believed "op food
authority" (meaning MacArtbur) that Red China would not strike
.. How all, the Whits House Field HoadejaartersGtand Cen-
tral Intelligence missed it, I hsve ns idsa. But on Sept 17 (a fU
ssoath Before the Fresident snd MacArthur met at Wake Island)
the whispers shout the coming Bed offensive were so loar ln|
the Chinese waterfront from Fort Arthur to Hong KongI heard
them in New York. Two months before the Rod Chinsss same in
nd one month before ths Wake Island conferenceI reported this:
"Russian strategy now calls for s Winter campaign in Korea.
Heavy Russian Winter equipment Is rolling oast on the Trans-
Siberian rail*. Soviet Headquarters ordered Korea bsld at any
soot.. 3M.0M rsserres s
and W. Wtche sutow^.^hy^UdnVtheFre^ide^ We know how you do It, Com-
MacArthar?... I have warnod before and I do again, a good
Intelligenoe gerrice is not only our First Line of Defenseit may
be our last.
Labor INewt
And
Comment
This is ths Inside of what's going on tht enemy's command
.. Mao 1* now second... Lin Shao Chi Is first In ths chalm of
Moscow command... Mao told Stalin he was broke; that he had
been promised JOO million; that he got only 180 and had spent
000 million... Casualties tremendous... Crowding all hospitals
as far north as Nunklang and as far south as Canton... Mao told
Stalin he'd have to quit if he didn't get help... Stalin agreed to
rush Jots and to throw In the Japanese Red-screened army
100,000 fanatics... He told Mao to plunge all on an all-out of-
fensiveand that he wanted Red China's flag in Pusan by June
25. the first snnlversary of the wsr... Mao told 8talin he didn't
want to go Into the war and would like to get out... And so he's
second in command now.
By Victor Biesel
NEW YORK. Oet ready to
inarch, Comrades, march. The
open season (or treason Is here.
May Day's a-coming. And even
as our war plants are following
secret FBI Instructions to In-
stall flood lights, barbed wire
fences, steel doors and electric
traps to keep military secrets
irom you, this open-hearted
land of ours will permit you to
spit on our capitalist sidewalks,
gosd our capitalist constabulary
In ths hope of provoking street
riots, and demonstrate In sup-
port of an enemy army of So-
vletlzed Chinese now unleashing
a bone-crushing offensive
against our GIs.
Bo get ready to march, Com-
rades, march. This May First
each of you will need to make
the parade route several times
more than you did last year to
give the Impression of large con-
tingente and so give your
agitation-propaganda chiefs and
Tass correspondent* the chance
serve, are mobilising north of Seoul, making to report to Moscow ^at- 'Hun-
9 in the tield,T,.. If you readers, listeners dreds of thousands turned out.
"~>w you do It, Com-
rades. W* know It's been a
standing Joke In the Party for
years. We know that one con-
tingent will parad* past New
York's Union Square as ladles
garment workers. And then get
into a building for a quick
change, rush uptown and come
by again as sailors.
We have motion pictures ot
your electronic worker*'
squads in the 1947 May Day
parade passing the same spot
five times dressed in dif~
ferent guises. But this time
even the quick change, Com-
rades, won't be useful for you.
on the international propa-
ganda front. We'll have ca-
pitalistic cameras all along
the route. Some joke, eh. To-
varischi.
And do I hear an argument.
Comrades, that you won't be
traipsing for treason come May
Day? Isn't it true, Comrades,
that on the same day your pa-
rade banners call for support of
"The People's Democratic Re-
public of China" (Sovletlzed
China), Mao Tse-tung's cadres
will be marching in a *pe *x\
"resist America" May Day pa-
rade?
Of course, it's true! ,
Isn't It true that, on the same
day your street flotillas will be
smeared with slogans urging us
to make way for a Red Chinese
victory, the Chinese Commun-
ist Party, the Chinese Red Youth
Corps and the Chinese Federa-
tion of Labor will be goose-
stepping under special Moscow
orders calling for "fully one half
the population to participate in
the movement of resisting Amer-
ica" by demostratlng on May
Day?
Of course, It's true. Those or-
ders were Issued in Pelplng on
Apr. 14 at 2 p.m. by special ra-
dio broadcast.
And Isn't It true that your so-
called labor parade that day,
Comrades. Is being mastermind-
ed by a former member of the
American Communist Party's
Politburo?
Of course, it's truel Your
May Day chief, operating out
of a New York mid-town ho-
tel, is Louis Weinstock who,
not too long ago, was briefed
on Communist tactics behind
the Iron Curtain.
And won't you be entertained
that day by Paul Robeson. once
a singer, who will talk to you
from that Union Square plat-
form, undoubtedly In the same
phrases he uses on those rec-
ordings he makes for playbacks
at Soviet-controlled political
rallies in Eastern Europe? And
he doesn't like this U. & A. as it
U today. He likes it better in
Russia. Any subtlety of Impli-
cation here Is unintentional.
And won't your banners, car-
Sometlmes you have to wait a long time to see year news con-
firmed... Frtnstance: Some months ago I reported the "mysteri-
ous" whereabouts of Noel Field, one-time U. 8. Army liaison of-
ficer. .. I said ho was a Commanist suspectand that he was in
a Lubianka Prison (Moscow) dungeon... His kinfolk over here
challenged it, Said it couldn't be true... What proof?... Mike
McDermott, press chief at the Dep't of State, wrote a letter ask-
king me where I got that Information... I told him a Red chief
in East Berlin "talked too much In his cups"... The government
was apparently unconvinced... Last week-end the Associated
Press teletyped its papers that Noel Field was reported In Lubian-
ka Prison, Moscow.
American Airlines' Rex Smith (who already had It anyway)
earned the undying love of the Washington correspondents corps
last week. Twenty-three top newsboys were flown to San Fran-
cisco to meet MacArthur with Instructions to stay right with him.
Bu when he pulled out for Washington aboard the Bataan there
was no way for them to follow... Rex brought out the new-
est and fastest passenger Job (a DC-SB >, not even In service yet.
The scribes took* off half an hour after Mac's planepassed It
.over Pittsburgh and beat him to Washington by 20 minutes...
The same guys Mac left on the ramp (at 8an Francisco) were
waiting for him at the Capital... The General, used to fast flying,
still hasn't figured out howcum.
There Isn't much fun in the newspapers these days, but this
colyum got real satisfaction out of the conviction last week of
Edw. A. Rumelv of the peculiar Committee for Constitutional Gov-
ernment.... We have been yelling about this super-patriot for
more then ten years... A convicted pro-German agent, later
pardoned, this trouble-maker's propaganda, etc. (financed bv
many gullible Americans believing him to be a Commy-flghter)
may have caused you parents many a heartache... Joseph Kamp's
appeal is upcoming. Another whackpot, whose pamphlets (for
years) have told Americans what you read here and heard me
saywas "FDR stooge stuff." Hmf.
Kamp-, ***( included sending (and having *nt by his fol-
lowers) letters to editors attacking my Comments, etc.... Many
editors are so desperate to fill their Le'tters-to-the-Editor colyums
they surrender valuable space and ink to "readers" in the name
of tree speech .. Pressure groups and propagandists have been
getting away with this racket for years... Editor think it is good
for eirculation (getting controversies started in the letter col-
ums) not realising they are being "used"... Most folks would
ave te pay space rates to get over their propaganda.. The Ger-
man-American Bund lice entoyed this free privilege. So did the
other pressure-groups (the Klan, etc.) who tried to keep us from
fighting Hitler and Mussolini... The Communists today steal news-
paper pace masquerading as Americana Some editors are such
deaps.
frill If TOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Hip Hurray!
ly BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. It pleasures me considerably
to learn that Mas Olida Gray, the vintage
kooch dancer, has been sprung from her exile
on a chicken ranch in Colorado, and has her
best hip forward in a comeback after nearly
dropping a permanent decision to tuberculosis.
The Grav chassis has regained Its former resi-
lience and Is headed toward new and brave con-
dolutlons.
The boys used to yell and chew hunks out or
their gold-headed canes back In the '20s. when
Miss Gray was spinning her hips to such basic
tunes as "St. Louis Blues" and "A Good Man Is
Hard To Find." For these gymnastics she re-
ceived as much as $17,000 a week, hard, gold,
practically taxless dough very little of which
she retained. Olida spent It as easy as she made
It, and she found romance a very expensive
Item.
I have never forgotten Miss Oray's simple ex-
planation of her specialty. She defined It for
me a couple of years ago. surrounded by chick-
ens and health-giving Colorado air. ^
"First I moved the muscles up top," abo aald.
"with the bottom part motionless. Than I mov-
ed the muscles below, with evervthlng station-
ary on the left. Then I moved the muscles on
the left. Then I tort of rippled all the way up
from my feet, with everything. You under-
stand there Is a lot of riPPle left In the old girl
yes'he rlpoled briefly, in the barnyard, while
5,000 chickens, three cats and I applauded after
our own fashion. Before she left Colorado, at
least one of the chickens was beginning to walk
like her. t _
Having Rained back her normal weight, from
an ebb of 92 pounds In 1847, and having been
pronounced sound of wind by her doctor. Miss
Grav decided to try out her second career in
her old home town of Milwaukee. She packed
a night club for five weeks, including a heavy
portion of Lent, and that Is no easy trick for
anybody, anywhere. She even has reached the
point where anonymous gentlemen are sending
her gifts once more, which pleases her Immen-
sely.
I don't know whether to accept them or not,"
says Miss Gray, fondling an ornate cigarette
case. "When I was married and my husband
would give me a $7.000 bracelet, I always got
the bill next month. It made me very cagy
about accepting presents. But I get a kick out
of these trinkets. It Just tells me I've still got
some zing left."
For a lady who Is more or less supposed to
be dead, Miss Oray is mighty busy. She Is still
moiling and tolling with a million-buck lawsuit
against Columbia Pictures, which she accuses,
with some Justification, of pirating her special-
ity in a film called "Olida," which presented the
Princess Aly Khan as a shimmy dancer.
"After all." says Miss Gray, "who else do you
know named Olida ever made a living swinging
a hip?"
She Is embarked on some more night club
work, and is contemplating a movie of her ra-
ther tempestuous life. She is also cocking an
eye at television, although It seems to me that
nothing leas than a 20-lnch screen will do her
justice. It takes space to move those gold beads
around.
Like practically everybody else todav, Miss
Gray is a grandma, and reaches her 50th of-
ficial birthday shortly. This bothers her
scarcely at all, since a couple of other grand-
mothers, the Mesdames Swanson and Dietrich,
seem to have been doing rather well, and Miss
Josephine Baker, a contemporary of Miss Gray's
has been burning up the circuits lately.
Gllda Is not grieved at abandoning her bleak
but healthful life In the Colorado hills, and
finds the smoke of night clubs invigorating.
"I was awful healthy for an awful long time."
says Miss Oray, flexing a hip. "I do not care
If I never see another chicken."
Foreign Aid Fight
ly Peter Edson
The Moll Sob m bb opea Hrum fsi roedor, at The P.nom. Amarkaa
kerrsr. are received rat.fully tna .. toadies in holly csatidenHel
Masar.
- L'TJUi'*"" \,'*1 f* ^"""Mr" '? *"' * IxM aloft to 'true mttnary
b.,1 eey. Loner......Mfc*oe s the otoSa wstsfa. tradition by your labor con-
leese try te toas tto lettan I.-ibib te ene pepe ranath
Identity at latter writen told in etricrstt Bafieeaca.
Tal nawuaaa' obmibbo as respsMkUity far ttatemsntt er eolafaM
easHOMBd In' letter* from reaesri.
REASONABLE DEMAND
Dear Sir:
Canal Zone,
April 24,1951
I read with dismay of the pro-
posal by the Panama Canal to
turn the town of Cocoli over to
the Army for use by the Armed
Forces. This distress on my par
Is not brought about by the 'act
that many Canal Employes will
be lOrced to move to some othtr
location, but rather from the
know fact that tills will be an-
other area on the already shrlua-
lng free space on the Zone that
will be surrounded by a '-eel
fence and patrolled by armed
guards.
I can remember a few years
back when the Army posts on the
Zone were not back of an iron
curtain, but in these days the A: -
my or Navy units cannot stand
close contact with the civilian
tax payers. Army personns are
permitted free access and move-
ment In the Zone communies,
and there is no good reason why
this should not continue, but 1 he
American Employe of the Pana-
ma Canal is looked upon as a
trespasser If he should, for any
reason try to obtain entrance In-
to an Army post.
this wonderful land of ours, If. In
this process of examination any
evidence Is discovered that would
lead the examining authority lo
believe that the employe Is not a
good safety risk In so far as na-
tional security Is concerned, then
he or she should be shipped out
of the Zone at once, however
those who can pass the loya.ty
test should not thereafter be
subjected to restrictions as to en-: ne,M *nd labor
try into quarters "de *nd Wall
tingenu. say exactly what the
Red Chinese ones will be saying
In Pelplng, Shanghai, Canton
and other Red-held cities? Of
course, they will. Comrades. We
know what your printers are
working on. You'll be shouting
for our abandonment of Korea.
80 will the enemy Soviet Chi-
nese. They are under special or-
ders. You'll be demanding "U.
S. Forces out of Foimoea." So
will the enemy.
You will ask for repeal of the
draft. 80 will the enemy. You
will call our government, busl-
leaders "evil
St. warmong-
bytne Armed Forces. In my com- ers" ** wiu 0it enemy,
nt voiced in >..-. Among the very
plaint
not be found a request that any-
one be admitted to any area In
which arms or other defensive or
offensive weapons are stored or
used, my only complaint is the
barring of certain Americans
from residential "areas controlled
by the Armed Forces.
I can easily understand whv
Mr. Truman canned McArthur,
for in Japan was established un-
der McArthur an absolute dicta-
torship, such as Is in common
practice In any outlying post or
establishment of the Army or
Navy, and It's too bad that more
of our dictators are not given the
sack from time to time. If for nu
other reason, than to make them
realise that all government em-
ployes are working for the people
. 11 my personal belief that all of the United States and suoject
Americana on the Panama Canal to their reasonable demands,
ahouid and I understand theyj
have been, screened for loyalty U> Disgusted Tax Payer
first
slogans in your May Day pa-
rade will'be the charge that
we are anti-Negro, that we
persecute the darker skinned
Puerto Means and that we
plan to execute unjustly a
Mississippi Negro called Willie
McQee, convicted of a capital
punishment offense. You will,
of course, be doing this not out
of overwhelming sympathy for
the unfortunate man, but
methodically to turn the ar-
mies fo the Orient's colored
peoples against us. We know
you've already dispatched
spurious 'propaganda along
that heinous Une to unions in
some 25 nations from Chile to
China.
So has the enemy. That's why
I say, it's the open air season
for treason. Oet ready to march
Comrades, march.
(Copvrtohi 19S1, Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINOTC-(NlA)-WhentheMaArthur
tumult and the shouting die, the first real test
on Truman administration *or^ lltey wl
come over the combined foreign and military
economic aasUtance bill for next year. It pro-
mises to be a real nice fight.
A congressional Investigation of Ithe McAr-
thur firing will be more sound than substance
It will pose the investigating congressmen in
the role of military exDerts. trying to decide
questions of strategy. There Is always differ-
ence of oolnlon on such subjects. So an Inves-
tigation mav prove nothing inclusive even
tlmuph It makes a lot of noise and headlines.
In the foreign aid bill, however, the congress-
men will have something specific to sink their
teeth in and shake. It Involve questions like
th"e8hall ECA the Economic Administration
which now handles the Marshall Plan be con-
tinued as a permanent organisation to hancue
all foreign aid projects? __ .. .
2 ) Who Is going to run this show? Will It be
the White House. State Deoartment. Department
of Defense, or an lndenendent aeency. serjarate
from all and responsible only to the President
or to Congress?
1.1 How much Is It aolre to cost?
Tb< last cuestin has the m-kina of a wpar-
ate fight before the anpronrlatlnns committees.
Fo-- the fiscal vear ending Jun* SO and the vear
btfore. annuol expenditure* hve been Phot't
::.8 billion" For next vear. thtj^^nta bnri-
cet called for exoerdlture of *7^ billion. TOi
was for military and economic aid.
Sen. Harry F. Bvrd of Virginia and other ad-
vocates of economv have pronosed cuttln tnw
bv $3.5 billion. To make this cut would of
course wreck the Truman administration Dlsn
for rearmln western Fiirone ?nd carrying f>'it
third-veur Marsha>l P'" requirements in tne
vear ending .Tun so. 10*2. ^
ctuall". the $7.5 billion figure Is conser-
vitlve estimate of whit the admlnltration is
planning. President Truman's budget message
of last J"viarv sk*i for authority to make
contracts for nearlv $11 WHInn worth of. foreign
Id The ddlMnra) $3.5 billion over exoendt-
ti-rps was Intended to cover goods delivered in
1953.
h breakdown on these '"'i' h"" ""r 7*?
*-t to Cor. it li v Va h+*x* ehe-ule.
T*-" Imr-le --* m to r- ?'- t^- ?*** r-**n
no detailed Justification for these estimates.
They wore based on only the roughest of guess-
Task forces of experts haVe been working all
over Washington since last fall, trying to get
the figures together. Mountains of papers have
been prepared. Estimates have had to be made
for each country In the North Atlantic Pact.
First, each country's military potential has
had to be determined. Then its arms require-
ments for this force have had to be figured.
How much of Its arms could each country make
for Itself? Could It make more If It had addi-
tional machinery? Did It have the required raw
materials? If not, where could the supplies'
come from? And how were they to be paid for?
Finally, was all this okay with General Eisen-
hower?
All kinds of side problems crept In. For In-
stance: Italy has some good automobile plants.
Thev could be converted to making trucks or 1
tanks. But If auto production were cut down,
Italy's exports of autos would be smaller and Its
abllltv to earn dollars or other foreign exchange
would be reduced. Question: Would the U. 8.
have to Increase Its Marshall Plan aid In order
to close this new dollar gap?
On too of all these issues, the problem of U 8.
inflation has been piled. The prices of arms
and materials going into arms production have
increased along with everything else. The re-
SVlt Is that Instead of requests for $11 billion
worth ofjjprelgn assistance for next year, the
cost mav be between $12 and $13 billion.
Military aid alone mav run to $7.5 billion or
more. Economic assistance through the Mar-
shall Plan may come to $2.5 billion or more.
Exoort Import bank lending authority might
have to be Increased bv $1 billion. Special aid >
programs like famine relief for India, raw mate-
rials for Yugoslavia. Arab relief In Palestine:
have to be figured In and may total half a bll-
lion or more. m
If additional aid la elven to Soaln and other
countries outside the Marshall Plan and North ,
Atlantic Pact, add that. Top It off with some-
thing for the Point Four program of aid to un-
derdevelooed countries and vou can see where
the $13 billion estimate comes from.
Congress isn't going to like this a little bit.
The Job of making a presentation to Congress
to Justify these estimates is what has taken the
time. State. Defense and ECA are now shooting
at a Mav 1 target date for having their pro-
era mreadv. By that time, thev hooe the furore
over the MacArthur affair will have died down.
qiie WSHWGTOH
MERRY-GO-RMD
ly DRIW riAISON______
Drtw Pearson says: Truman-MacArthur conversations. ot
Wake Island reported.in January M-G-R; President
indicated he and Mac in accord on Formosa question;
General then confident Chinese would not intervene-,.
WASHINGTON.A highlight of the current Truman-Maa
Arthur controversy is the New York Times story summarlainej
the conversations between the two men at Wake Island.
Because the New York Times story had the earmai^s of be-
ing leaked out by the White House, some MacArthur proponents,
have challenged It, while MacArthur states that no records were
made of the conversations on Wake Island.
In view of this controversy, the Washington Merry-Ob-
Round's account of the Wake Island conference, published Oh
Jan. 23, some months prior to the Times' April 21 account, may
be significant. For the President can hardly be accused of airy
partiality toward this writer except In his choice of cuss words'. *
Writing at that timethree months before the Truman-Mac-
Arthur controversyI reported that:
1) MacArthur was so sure of victory he promised Oeners).
Bradley that he would transfer one full division to Europe. -.
2i MacArthur assured the President the Chinese would not
Intervene.
Si MacArthur expected to get his troops back to the United
Slates by Christinas.
4) Because of the certainty of victory, much of the confer-
ence was devoted to plans for reconstructing Korea.
5) Highlight of the Wake Island meeting was the brilliant
conversation of one man. MacArthur completely dominated (he
conversation.
WHAT THEY SAID
Because the Wake Island conference now appears to be play-
ing suca an Important part In the Truman-MacArthur contro-
versy, the salient portions of my Jan. 23 Wake Island column
follow:
The President of the United Stales flew halfway round the
world to confer with General MacArthur, yet aside from a few
conversational pleasantries reported by accompanying newsmen,
nothing has bt-en published regarding what happened on this
Aild-Pacitic Island.
The direct talks between MacArthur and President Truman,
took place with no one else present: no stenographic notes were
u.ken. It Is next to impossible, therefore, to report accurately
what happened. Furthermore, the stenographic notes made of the
more extended conversations between Truman, MacArthur, Gen-
eral Bradley, and the other military men are still so secret that
each copy is numbered.
However, I believe It is important that the American people
know what took place at Wake Island: so herewith I shall report
some of the conversations recorded In these notes.
Only one clue was given In the more extended conversation
as to what Truman and MacArthur talked about In their private
meeting. This was when someone asked the President about For-
mosa, and he cut further discussion short with the curt reply:
"General MacArthur and I have discussed Formosa already
and we are In complete agreement on the subject."
The trend of discussion In the rest of the conference 'wag
that a military victory was already in the bag. Almost more time
vas given tu a discussion of Korean rehabilitation, therefore, than
to military strategy. When It came to the latter, General Mac-
Arthur, dominated the conversation.
"The North Koreans," he explained, "have about 16.000
guerrillas left In the south. Lut the winter will take care of most
cf them. The others are a beaten force. They are only fighting
to save face. It goes against the grain to have to destroy them.
HOME BY CHRISTMAS
MacArthur assured Truman that be could "finish the Job in
North Korea" In a short time. According to the stenograagrb,
notes he said:
"I hope to be able to have the 8th Army back In Japan by
Christmas. I may be able to send a convoy into Pyongyang Mi
mediately." __ -
At this point, President Truman asked: "What about Chln-j
e&e Intervention?" fSi
MacArthur's reply was: "They could have intervened earlter
when It would have been decisive, but that time has passed. Wo
are no longer fearful of their Intervention. Although there are
several hundred thousand along the Yalu River, it is not likely'
tnat they could cause us much trouble." -
He also Implied that he could "take care" of the China**?
even If they decided to cross the Yalu River.
At the same time MacArthur described his plans for complot,,
lng the conquest ot Korea, he also argued against keeping Amer-
ican troops in Korea.
Obviously this raised the question of why march across Abe-
frozen North Korean wastes to the Yalu River If the plan ,iaa
to march right back again In time to return the 8th Army to
Japan by Christmas. However, no one at the Wake Island con-
ference seemed to challenge MacArthur regarding this risky move.
MacArthur's advice on the future of Korea was: "We should
turn Korea over to the Koreans as quickly as we can and .'get
out as quickly as we can.
"Korea is a poor country." he said, "and we cannot afford
to impose an occupation on them... Military occupations are al-
ways failures. I want to withdraw all our troops as sooo-ea
possible."
TROOPS TO EUROPE
At one point, Gen. Omar Bradley asked whether MacArthur
could make any troops available for Europe In the next tew
^ MacArthur replied: "Yes, I think a division can be made
available early In 1951." ,p*i
Bradley also remarked that he hoped MacArthur wouldn't
have the same trouble he had with American pilots in Europe
shooting up railroad bridges that were needed later for rebablU>
"Ihav* had the same trouble," MacArthur replied. The steh8-
graphlc notes show laughter at this point.
(Copyright. 1SSI. by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKLNE JOHNSON
JEA Staff Correspondent
.uLL YWOOD (NEA> Ouy *
ad Dolls.
Biggest unexpected laugh In
the nation's movie house la the
jleVsreel shot showing Rita
Hay worth's arrival In New York.
T' >-.s developed a British ac-
cept that makes Greer Oarson
Aund like Judy HoMday.
-Par be it from William Bolden
fousar-est that Clark Gable and
Gary Cooper take to pasture.
."Jtut it's oeen a long haul lor
BUI to prcve that he cftn sweep
a glamour queen into his husky
asps with as much zip and zing
t. Garv and Clark.
Hollywood, he walls, has be-
come the paradise of the mld-
ale-aged actor and the sweet
jlXteenish cutie, with the 25-
!fftr-old actor considered a lerk.
"The nearer a man Is to 50,
the likelier he Is to draw some-
body just out of high school at
hU co-sUr," claims Bill. "There
Implv aren't any young, suc-
cessful leading men of 25. That's
a perfect!v normal age for a guy
t h- r>- -"?', but Hollywod
won't let him."

j Jane Greer reeked at her gams
and whispered that they weren't
fie same ones RKO is using in
llibbara advertising for "The
Company She Keeps."
The long-stemmed beauty on
the billboard Is a mystery doll to
Jane, who blushed: "They're the
longest legs I've ever seen. I
don't know whose they are. but
I could certainly use them
gam."
The joys of working at RKO?
Jane scowled. Last year RKO
summoned her to do a three-
some photographic layout beside
a swimming pool with RKO sla-
ter stars Jane Russell and Faith
Domergue.
"I made sure," Jane winked,
"that none of the pictures was
In profile." _____
The Belvedere series, which
took Clifton Webb out of movie
maniac roles, is still going
strong, and Webb Is permanently
on the saintly list
He was all set to play another
arch villain after "Mr. Belvedere
Goes to College." but his box-
office value as a do-no-evll star
immediately became too high.
"I was told," he purred, "that
I was America's sweeheart. I im-
mediately asked for the wig and
the fat. blond curls."
Webb fans who remember him
on Broadway often carp about
the Belvedere" movie trap" but
he tells them:
"I've always played Belvedere
People talk about a typical Bel-
vedere remark, I made them be-
fore I came to Hollywood. The
only thing that preceded me as
Belvedere was Fort Belvedere."

Comes now the real Lois An-
drews basso In "Meet Me After
the Show."
What's been etched into the
sound tracks up to now, Lois
wants it known, has no relation
to her McCoy voice.
Walled explosive Lois:
"They've always made me talk
in a little girl's falsetto. Every
time I heard myself I'd die.
Really, mv natural voice sounds
a little like Gable.'."
Shelley Winters explaining how
she and Farley Granger moved
mountains to nab RKO's "Be-
have Yourself" as a co-starring
film:
"We had to pull strings. My
studio had decided not to lend
me out. So Farlev and I worked
up a fast deal with RKO to ex-
change Bob Ryan for me. Then
we did some fast talking to Sam
Goldwyn for Farley. We even
had it printed that we were go-
ing to co-star so that evervbodv
would be too embarrassed to
b>ck out. Any day now, I'm go-
ing to be running Universal-
International."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951
Republican Senators
Striving To Force
HacArlhur Hearinqs
WASHINGTON. April 27, (UP)
-Senate Republicans, tacitly
backed by General Douglas Mac-
Arthur, fired a bitter attack at
United States military leaders to-
day and strove to force public
hearings on MacArthur's dismiss-
al.
MacArthur's charge In Chicago
last night that the United 8tates
forces In Korea are handcuffed
|y "inhibitions" and "a policy
vacuum heretofore unknown to
War," added ammunition to tne
Republican rolling attack.
An epic battle between MacAr-
thur and the top United States
military command seemed to be
building up.
MacArthirXspporters In Con-
gress, led by Senator Robert A.
Tajt. criticized General Omar N.
Bradley and the Joint Chiefs of
Staff In almost unprecedentedly
harsh terms.
They also charged that the Ad-
ministration is "leaking" secret
documents to undercut MacAr-
thur
Senator Richard B. Russell,
chairman of the MacArthur In-
vestigation Committee, refused to
budgt on his conviction that open
hearings will risk security and
endanger the soldiers in Korea.
The situation will start coming
to a head when MacArthur ap-
pears next Thursday before Rus-
sell's senate committee.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff will
follow him.
Also certain to be called is Maj.
Gen Charles A. Wllloughby. Mac-
Arthur's intelligence chief since
Bel
Wlloughby Is under fire in
some quarters for failure to as-
sess properly Red China's Inten-
tions to Intervene In Korea. He
requested retirement from the
army the day after MacArthur
was fired.
starring
HE WANIA I.II DEAN
WRPHT HEN0IX IVES JAGGEI
Colorful Parade
To Precede Naming
Of Queen In Coln
COLON. April 27 Prior to the
election of the May Fair queen, a
colorful parade will be held in
this city at four In the afternoon
this coming Sunday. The third
and last poll for the elimination
of candidates and the proclama-
tion of the queen will be held at
8 p.m., In the Monaco Garden.
In the afternoon parade the
seven candidates that are now
left in the contest will ride In
open convertibles through the
main arteries of the city, to the
music of several bands. Also par-
ticipating In the parade will be
the candidates to the title of
Princess of the Chinese Pagoda,
the members, of the Tigers Club,
the Latin American cadets from
the military school at Fort Gu-
lick and members of the Colon
Prospera Committee.
In the evening the proclama-
tion of the queen will take place
at a dance In the Monaco Gar-
den A Jury of seven will proceed
to eliminate two of the seven
candidates and to elect the queen
from the remaining five. The
other four candidates will be the
maids of honor at the queen s
court.
One of the seven candidates
still remaining is Miss Virginia
Rodriguez, candidate of The Pa-
nama American.
Also present at the dance will
be Miss Bexle Rodriguez, recently
elected queen In the Reign of
Azuero and Miss Martha Spada-
foru. queen of the "Reinado Ti-
pleo Nacional."
The music at the dance will be
provided bv the "Troplcana" Or-
chestra. There will be, In addi-
tion, a grand floor show. The en-
trance fee will be $1 for gentle-
men, a smile for the ladles.
Lyric Soprano
To Be Presented
At Balboa Theater
June Preston, lyric soprano,
will be presented at the Balboa
Theatre Saturday and Sunday
nights in conjunction with the
movie, "Rawhide."
Miss Preston, accompanied by
Professor Hans Janowltz. will
sing music by George Gershwin.
Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and
Rogers and Hammersteln and
other selections from favorite
Broadway musicals.
Her appearances will be at
8:30 p.m.
She will appear here en route
to Buenos Aires for a series of
Drograms. She has just com-
pleted successful engagements In
Los Angeles, San Francisco and
Boston.
The movie ""Rawhide" stars
Tyrone Power and Susan Hay-
ward.
(NEA Telephoto)
OL' MAN RIVER ACTS UP National Guardsmen from Washington, la., flu sandbags as the
battle goes on to hold back the flooding Mississippi River at Wapello, la. At this point, some
6000 acres of farmland are threatened by the raDldlv-iislng river.
MTD Machinist
Gets $225 Award
The highest award ever given
to a Canal-Railroad employe for
an employe suggestion has been
made to William O. Felton, auto
repair machinist In the Motor
Transportation Division.
A check for $225 was pre-
sented to Mr. Felton Wednesday
by L. B. Moore, Supply and Serv-
ice Director, who expressed the
gratitude of the Canal adminis-
tration for the suggestion.
Felton's suggestion resulted In
the adoption of his design and
the installation of a device on
garbage truck load packers to
prevent overloading of trucks
and damaging of packer doors,
hydraulic pumps and related
parts.
It is estimated that the adop-
tion of the suggestion will re-
sult In a saving the first year of
$4,000 to $5,000 and a recurring
saving of $4.000 In the second
year. The award Is based on
$8.000 savings in a two-year
period.
Since the system of cash
awards for suggestions resulting
in substantial savings went Into
effect in August 1946, the high-
est awards were $175 and $150
presented to Canal-Railroad em-
ployes In April 1B48 and May
1949.
Felton has been employed as
a machinist in the Motor Trans-
portation Division since April
1942.
Albrook Sergeant's
1944 Deed Wins Him
Soldier's Medal
Technical Sergeant Henry Er-
ben of Flight B. 1st Rescue
Squadron, Albrook Air Force
Base, was presented with the
Soldier's Medal by Brigadier
General Emll C. Kiel, command-
ing general of the Caribbean Air
Command, at a recent ceremony
in the Albrook base theatre.
The medal was presented to
Erben for heroism not Involving
actual conflict with the enemy
when he was stationed in 1944
at the Redistribution Center In
Atlantic City, New Jersey.
During the height of an Atlan-
tic coast hurricane Erben, on
uard duty at the Ambassador
[otel on the boardwalk, learned
that an aged woman had suf-
fered a heart attack while work-
ing In her antique shop.
Despite the high winds and
the water washing over the
boardwalk, Erben made his way
to the shop and succeded in car-
rying the woman back to the
safety of the hotel.
Seargeant Erben, whose home
is In Wyomisslng, Pennsylvania,
is a veteran of ten years service.
He Is a member of the parares-
cue team of Flight B, 1st Rescue
Squadron.
Capt. L E. Coley Will
Be Chief Of Staff,
15th Naval District
Captain George D. Lyou, USN,
Chief of Staff of the 15th Naval
District, will depart the Canal
Zone Tuesday by Military Air
Transportation Service plane for
Mobile, Ala., according to a Dis-
trict Headquarters spokesman.
Captain Lyou will report to the
Commandant of the 9th Naval
District in Great Lakes, 111., for
retirement from the Nayy.
Capt. Lewis E. ColeJ, USN,
present Assistant Chief of Staff
of the 15th Naval District, will
replace Capt. Lyou on his de-
parture, Capt. Howard W. Gor-1
don, USN. who Is expected to
arrive on the Isthmus In June,
will replace Capt. Coley. I
Allies May Have To Risk
Bombing Manchuria Bases
OTTAWA, April 27. ,(UP).
Lester B. Pearson, Canadian Ex-
ternals Affairs Minister, said
today that United Nations forces
in Korea may have to bomb
Chinese Communist air bases In
Manchuria even at the risk of
extending the war.
Pearson told Commons that
the bombing might become "Un-
avoidable" and that the deci-
sion might have to be made "on
the spot" without asking per-
mission from nations whose
troops are fighting in Korea.
Pearson said that no decision
had been reached among nations
fighting In Korea on what con-
ditions would necessitate bomb-
ing on Manchuria although the
question had been under discus-
sion for five months. He said
the question first was raised by
the United States.
The Minister said It was his
hope that all nations with
troops In Korea would be con-
sulted before any bombing raid
on Manchuria.
"If there is (a bombing raid
on Manchuria), "he said, "it is
our view that those countries
participating in the military
operation in Korea should be
consulted with regard to the
Implications of such action and
with regard to any retaliatory
action that may be required to
meet it."
Pearson said If heavy bomb-
ings of UN positions in Korea,
were carried out from bases be-
hind the Manchurlan border, It
might be necessary to take Im-
mediate steps to bomb the bases
in return.
He said the "risk of precipit-
ating an extension of the war"
would have to be weighed a-
alnSt the military necessity of
omblng Manchuria.
In reply to a question raised
by the United States, Pearson
said, Canada said that a strong
case could be made out under
International law for retaliating
against any attack on UN forces
from behind the Manchurlan
border.
"We considered It Important
that if military operations were
to take place outside Korea, It
should not be without specific
authority from the United Na-
tions," he added.
He said there was machinery
In Washington for a quick deci-
sion on the question among re-
presentatives of the United Na-
tion engaged In the Korean War.
Representatives from all count-
ries involved with sufficient au-
thority to make the decision,
meet "almost dally," he said.
'Missing' Vessel
Arrives In Panama
The coastal vessel Leonette, re-
ported yesterday to be fbur days
overdue on the run between Ja-
que and Panama City, arrived in
Panama City at 10 p.m. yesterday
under her own power.
Repairs were made at San Mi-
guel island in the Pearl Island
group.
An Air Force search, started at
2:25 p.m. on the request of Pan-
ama through the U.S. Embassy,
was called off an hour later when
Leonette was reported safe at
San Miguel. She was carrying a
load of bananas and three pas-
sengers.
On the trip from Jaque she de-
veloped engine trouble, her crew
said.
occasion
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TONIGHT NO. f y 13
3,000,000 Cheer MacArthur
As Chicago Puts On A Show
By H. D. QCIGG
CHICAGO. April 27 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur rode
triumphantly through the na-
tion's second city yesterday In
a parade that was broken up
when cheering throngs burst
through police lines.
Millions turned out to give
the Pacific war hero one of the
Midwest's greatest receptions.
In the heart of the loop crowds
crew so great that they broke
through police barriers and
crushed around the motorcade
bearing. MacArthur. his family
and aides, and welcoming dig-
nitaries.
At Randolph and State streets,
deep In the walled canyons of
the city, MacArthur's open car
was halted blrefly while he
smiled and waved to the cheer-
ing throngs.
His car was able to proceed
again, but the crowd broke up
the rest of the parade into iso-
lated sections. Police strove
nightlly to contain the surging
streams of humanity.
MacArthur's car proceeded to
the Stevens Hotel, where he and
his party staged last night, but
the rest of the caravan could
not proceed.
Cars, bands and marching
units of the parade dispersed,
turning off Into side streets.
The throng was estimated at
3,000,000.
Police said the pushing, strain-
ing, cheering crowds were In an
exuberant, friendly mood.
Mrs. Jean MacArthur, the gen-
eral's wife, and their 13-year-
old son, Arthur, arrived at the
Stevens several minutes after
the general. Mrs. MacArthur's
car was delayed by the crowds.
At the.hotel she was greeted bv
a shower of orchids dumped
from an upper floor.
At the start of the parade,
with MacArthur and Ken-
nelly leading the way In an
open car flying a five-star
flag, a young motorcyclist
forced bis way into the pro-
cession with an effigy of
President Truman being
hanged.
On the back of the motor-
* "le was a sign reading,
"Fire Truman, Acheson and
Iti-rsiiail." The crowd ap-
peared to Ignore the cyclist
and police did not attempt
to halt him. The effigy swept
past the car of MacArthur,
who presumably saw it.
People were 10 and 12 deep
along the streets leading to the
downtown area,-where the prin-
cipal part of the parade began.
Many leaned from windows or
stood on housetops to catch a
glimpse of the courtly warrior.
Once the crowd thickened so
much that the party had to halt
while police cleared the way.
The cheering throngs waved
flags, displayed big newspaper
pictures of the general and
sported MacArthur buttons sold
by enterprising hawkers.
One sign saying "Welcome
General Eisenhower" drew mix-
ed laughter and boos.
The general's big four-enfl"-
ed Constellation, which left
New York at 9:59 a. m. ESV.
landed at Midvav at ':" t*v
EST. letting down through a
gloomy overcast by radar con-
trol.
The great silver ship taxied
to a reception area packed with
dignitaries and military "brass."
Behind fences Dlaln spectators
strained for a glimpse, children
pressing their faces tight against
the cold wire mesh.
A great roar went up when
Mrs. Jean MacArthur, the gen-
eral's wife, stepped from the
plane, followed by their 13-year-
old son, Arthur, and the gen-
eral. All were smiling.
MacArthur, wearing his fam-
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ous trench coat and "scrambled
eggs" cap. waved his arm In
greeting
A military band played as
MacArthur was greeted by Gov.
Adlal Stevenson and Kennelly,
members of the Illlonls .con-
gressional delegation, the state
legislature and civic leaders.
A 17-gun salute, fired by a
battery of four 105 mm. howit-
zers, boomed as the general
made his way through the uress
of dignitaries and hordes of
cameramen. Television cameras
recorded the scene.
Cries of "Oh, what a man,"
burst from the crowd as specta-
tors strained against police lines.
A detail of 800 police, smart in
Summer uniforms and white
gloves despite the 44 degree
temperature, kept order.
The sun burst through the
clouds for the first time when
the general and Kennelly dim )-
ed Into their car for the parade.
The self-styled "old soldier-
faced a 28-hour round of civic
celebration, Including a mam-
moth blowout at Majestic Sol-
dier Field.
Today MacArthur will motor
triumphantly through a dozen
cheering towns of Milwaukee for
a homecoming that officials
promised would be the most
heart-warming of all.
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An Old
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BT RICHARD KLEINER
NtA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, (NBA) When
Orna. Douglas MacArthur. an old
soldier, appeared before Congress
he started something In music
circles. He closed his speech with
a reference to an old "barracks
bailad" which had It that old sol-
diers never die, they Just lade a-
Hardly had his words faded a-
way when people rushed to ref-
erence libraries, music storas
and old attics looking for the
song. But it seems that there
have been not one, but about a
half-dozen different ballads writ-
ten about the old soldier and his
fading days. t
The earliest reference U a song
written in 1865 by Abbey Hutoh-
inson. identified only s "a troup-
er" There is nothing about what,
"troup" he belonged to.
Hutchlnson's words had it that
"kind words can never die, ne-
ver, never die." Sometime before
World War I, the British Tom-
mies took it over, substituted "old
soldiers" for "kind words.", and
sang it while marching through
Prance.
Then another song of the old
soldier was discovered, lurking
somewhere in the pfe-World War
I era. This one gets a little flow-
ery, but works on the same gen-
eral plan:
Old soldiers never die.......
They simply fade away
Even as you and I
Upon a summer's day.
That's why they never die
They simply fade away.
It was either one of these ver-
sions that was Introduced to West
Point, where it was picked up and
remembered by a cadet named
MacArthur around the turn of
the century. Army lore says that
the melody was Introduced to
West Point by (Jen. Charles P.
Sumrr.erall, now retired, who gra-
duated In 1892. eight years be-
fore MacArthur arrived at the
Point.
Then, In 1931, a man named
Charles W, Campbell wrote a
march around the old soldier
theme. It began: I
Old Soldiers never Ale,
Never die, never die .
Old Soldiers never di,
They Jnst fade away.
But Campbell's version, origin-
ally dedicated to Ma}. K. W.,Mo-
meyer, 2nd Battalion, 112th In-
fantry Regiment,. had a second
verse MacArthur didn't quote:
losing Soldiers wish they
would
Wish they' would, wish they
. would.
Young Soldiers wish they
would,
Wish they'd fade away.
This march, later adopted by
the 28th Infantry as their regi-
mental song, is still published in
band music form by Carl Fis-
cher Inc., In New York.
A hurried earth through the
music files at NBC turned uo a
newer old soldier ditty, written
In 19S9 by Prank Westphal. This
one gets back to the flowery style
of older days:
Pare' thee well old soldier,
Fades the sun, year day ks
done, day is done,
Fare, thee well eld soldier,
Tho* you're gone, your deeds
live on.
Old soldiers never die,
They just fade away,
Old soldiers never die,
They Just end their day,
Fade away, fade away, fade
away, ...
Still they stay.
(Copyright Remick Music Corp.,
reprinted by permission.)
The music is Just about the
same as the band version once it
gets into the. chorus. As a sons;,
it seems to nave faded away in
recent years. Now that MacAr-
thur has aired it in the halls of
Congress, however. It will proba-
bly turn up In more versionsand
in more placesthan the Ten-
nesjee Waltz.
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Committee Meets
On Defense Week
The Central Civilian Commit-
tee for the observance of Nat-
ional Defense Week and of
Armed Forces Day met Wednes-
day evening at the Balboa Club-
house to discuss tentative plans
for participation in the observ-
ance by civilian organization.
Lt. Col. William H. Price, Jr.,
the committee's military advis-
or, told the assembled represent-
atives the observance will prov-
ide an excellent opportunity for
American taxpayers to learn how
their money Is being used to
build up the nation's defense
forces.
Chairman Carl J. Brown, of
the Reserve Officers' Associa-
tion, reminded his fellow com-
mitteeraen that the occasion
provides an opportunity to re-
new the part played by cltlzens-
at-large in the national defense
effort.
The committee plans,to meet
again at the call of the chair-
man, probably next week.
Present In addition to Mr.
Brown and Colonel Price were
Mrs. Fred Morrlll, Balboa Wo-
men's Club; Hans P. Pedersen,
American Legion; E. J. Eailnton,
Veterans of Foreign Wars; Ruf-
us M. Lovelady, American Fed-
eration of Government Employe-
es; Fire Marshal Justin H. Pat-
rick; Maj. Wayne L. Bart and
Lt. Ray M. Golden, Reserve Of-
ficers' Tranlng Corps; Lts. John
F. Oster and B. I. Everson, Re-
serve Officers' Association; M. S.
K. Trapnell, United States Naval
Reserve; Melvin E. Walker, Civ-
ilian Defense Director of the
Panama Canal; Lt. Col. Norman
Elton, Balboa High School Pa-
rent-Teacher Association; Ma].
W. D. Ceely, Caribbean Com-
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15th Naval District, said Capt.
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Jackboot Politics
Rise In Germany
By ROBERT HAEGAR
PIPING HOT NEWS-Here's
a picture of the first practical
miniature bagpipe ever made,
new in mass production by a
Newark, N. J., firm. It's about
one-quarter the sise of the
Scottish Instrument, and weighs
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entirely of plastics. It works
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the Scottish Instrument
Oil Paintings
By Agnes P. Johnson
Go On Show Sunday
Oil paintings by Agnes P. John-
son will go on exhibition at the
Penwomen's Little Gallery in the
Hotel Tlvoll Sunday with a pri-
vate showing from 3:30 p.m. to
5:30 p.m.
The show is sponsored by the
Canal Zone branch of the Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women, of which Mrs. Johnson Is
a vice-president and Little Gal-
lery committee chairman.
Included in the exhibition are
examples of landscapes and still
Ufe.
Mrs. Johnson is at present >n-
srtuctor of the Palette Group of
Morgan's Hill, and In the past has
taught elementary school art lo-
cally.
She has exhibited here in the
Penwomen's Little Gallery and In
the Canal Zone Art League's an-
nual show*.
In the US., she is represented
In the Art Gallery of Marshall
Fleic1 and Co. in Chicago.
Her art education Includes
work at the St. Cloud. Min.i,
teachers' college, at the Universi-
ty of Minnesota, with Jean Mor-
gan in New York City, and local-
ly with Rosamond Gaydash.
Her one-man show will run
through May 14 at the Little
Gallery and will be open dally to
the public.
BONN, April 27, (UP.) , A new
political party working on a mix-
ed' platform of extreme nation-
alism plus strict neutrality, which
coincides with the present Com-
munist line, is now worrying
Western officials and middle of
the road Germans.
Although in existence for some
time the Socialist Reich Party
(SRP) conducting Its first lec-
tion campaign has chosen m a
testing ground the North Ger-
man farm state of Lower Saxo-
ny, where Allied officials say
there has been "a stronger trend
towards nationalistic and anti-
democratic radicalism..... .than
in any other part of the Federal
Republic.".
In the state election May 6 this
fledgling right wing group is ex-
pected to pull between five and 1U
per cent of the vote In a 10 party
race. ,. '
This would enable it to win up
to 15 seats In the State Assembly.
One Allied political official said
that would be a terrific success'
for the extremists. -
Reporta from Hannover, capi-
tal of-Lower Saxony, Indicate the
SRP Is by far the most active
party. .-,...
More than one month before
voting day it was holding 40
meetings dally. Unlike other par-
ties it charges admission to meet-
ings. Despite this its speakers
talk to Jammed halls.
Top party attractions are Fritz
Doris, who holds a seat in the
Bonn Parliament which he won
as the candidate of another par-
ty, and ex-Ma]. Gen. Otto Ernst
Reiner, who was commander of
the Berlin garrison July 20 1944
when the plot to assassinate Hit-
ler misfired..
Remer kept his troops loyal to
3*
the Fuehrer when the pl>
tried to setae the capital.
Both Doris and Remer
court difficulties.
The ex-general Is being inves-
tigated for excess in his excessvt
in his political speeches againrt
German Government officials.
Doris Is the subject of a suit* \ L
since his parliamentary lmmunK. \
ty has been lifted. The Bundes-
tag (Lower House) took away his
privileges after hearing the text
of a telegram be sent at Govern-7
ment expense to Bavarian Inte-
rior Minister Wllheim Hoefncr.;
In It he called. Hoegner names-
for serving as an official witness^
at the Nuremberg executions off
the top Nazi Masl leaders in 1945.J
One official report on the SRP
says: "This party Is a menace to'
German democracy."
The. threat as seen here Is tha;
the SRP preaches the doctrine of
German neutrality and gives ev-
Idenct of close cooperation with
the Communists, who want to a-;
chleve the same end. %
The SRP for Instance took pwt f
in last month's German Congress
in Frankfurt. This organization,
advocating complete neutrality
and the quick reuniting of Off-
many, is suspected of being Com-
munist front.
Communist Party membersK
played a big part in the Congress*-
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Washington, April 17, (UP)
Secretary of labor Maurice
Tobln said today that ode out
of every six able-to-work Am-
ericans men and women, will
be In the United States armed
forces or defense Industries by
the end of 195*.
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"0 Estado
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hace al Irn un
embalador Ingls
TEHERAN, abril 27. (UP).
El Embajador britnico. Sir
Francis Shepherd hizo aqu la
advertencia "que podran haber
consecuencias muy serlas y de
gran alcance" (1 Irn trata de
apoderarse de la Compaa An-
glo-Iranla de Petrleo, tal co-
mo lo recomend la Comisin
de Petrleo del Parlamento. /
Sin embargo, el Parlamento
convoc a una sesin extraordi-
naria para maana para discu-
tir el plan de nueve puntos de
1 comisin para nacionalizar
la industria petrolera y el Fren-
te Nacional exigir la inmedia-
ta, ratificacin' de las propues-
ta.
"La Comisin de Petrleo lle-
g anoche a una decisin un-
nime sobre las propuesta*
Incluyendo la expropiacin de
la Compaa Anglo-Iranla
para nacionalizar el petrleo.
El Parlamento aprob la na-
cionalizacin el Jl de marzo y
nombr una comisin para que
recomendara los mtodos para
hacerse cargo de la Compaa
Anglo-Iranla, la cual est con-
trolada por los britnicos y tie-
ne el monopolio del petrleo de
Irn.
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Es inmi
Los abados abandonaron is
anclas oriental y occidental
de la batida linea defensiva
Las fuerzas aliadas estn congestionando las carre-
teras a travs de la capital coreana
gastos actuales"
de Sel
TOKIO, Abril 27 (UP) Ws
fueraas de la Naciones Uni-
das abandonaron las anclas o-
riental y occidental de su linck
de defensa en Corea y sigaen
retirndose. La cada da" 3eul
parece Inminente.
Los aliados abandonaron a
Yanggu, el ltimo bastin alia-
do en Corea del Notte y lo con-
virtieren en la tierra de nate.
Esta retirada voluntarla est
destinada a proteger el flanco
liado despus de la retir-ida
de la resarva de HwAachon en
el oeste.
Al sur de Inje, a onfce m.&s
al este de Yanggu, la? fuerza;
de las Naciones Unldt avan-
zaron en medio de un* barrera
de fuego, para apoderarse de
A las cuatro de la tarde
se celebrar un gran desfile
el domingo prximo en Coln
Tratan de crear
problemas el 1*
de mayo en Irn
TEHERAN, Abril 37 (UP)
La polica Inform que tiene
noticias que se h trado a es-
ta capital ametralladores de
mano fabricacin rusa y agre-
g que es posle que los co-
munistas "traten de crear pro-
blemas" el da primero de Mayo.
Las esferas polcllales dijeron
que las ametralladoras de u-
o y municiones fueron traldac
a esta capital desde la zona
septentrional de Irn. Las es-
feras agregaron que segn sus
Informes, las armas fueron tra-
das por "un grupo de comuplj-
tas que tratan de obligar por
la fuerza a que se declare legal
ese partido", en Irn.
Mientras anto, se revel que
en la poblacin de Resht un
grupo de "manifestantes en la-
vor de la paz" choc con un
grupo antl-comunlsta. Segn ios
Informes, la fuerza pblica tu-
vo que intervenir y detuvo a 12
personas. Se dijo que SO perso-
na y 14 policas resultaron
lesionados.
COLON, abril 37. do-
mingo tn el Jardn Mnco ten-
dr lugar la ltima elimina-
cin y proclamaeten de la Rei-
na de la Feria de Coln, para
lo cual existe en esta ciudad
un entusiasmo Inusitado. Blete
damltas Irn a este escrutinio
final seleccionadas con anterio-
ridad por un Jurado Integrado
por distinguidas personalidades
de Panam y Coln. Ellas son
Margarita Barcenas, Virginia-
Rodriguez, Gioconda Apolayo,
Thelraa Castillo, Olga Leigna-
dier, Nancy Sasso y Alicia
Wong.
El Club Los Tigres, organiza-
dor del reinado, ha preparado
un programa especial para des-
arrollar en la noche del domin-
go. Destacados artistas sern
presentados al pblico en In-
terpretaciones magistrales, a-
compaados varios por la or-
questa Troplcana, la del ritmo
Inigualable.
A las cuatro de la tarde del
domingo habr un reglo desfile
por las principales calles y ave-
nidas, participando las candl-
datas a reina de la feria, miem-
bros del Club Los Tigres, ban-
das de msica, comparsas, can-
dldatas del reinado chino,
miembros del comit de la Fe-
ria y el pblico en general. Du-
rante el desfile se repartirn
serpentinas y confettis.
(Pasa a la PAg. B, Col. 6)
un alto terreno y lo han man-
tenido'pese a dos contraataques
rpjos.
En el oeste, los rojos se lan-
zaron a las afueras de Uljongbu
a once millas al norte de Se',
pisndole los talones a las Ho-
pas de la Naciones Unidas. 1.*
comunista han hecho retroce-
der a loa aliados a todo lo lar-
go de la linea de batalla desdo
Las fueraas aliada en ret-
ada estn congestionando la
fcarreteras al sut de Uljongbu
a travs de Sel.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejr-
(Pasa a la pgina columna )
Paro de 24 horas
realiza 1,000,000 de
obreros en Roma
ROMA, Abril, 37 )UP) -Ms
de 1,100,000 empleados de la
lteas de buses, errocarrllea y
de la Industria siderrgica de-
clararon una huelga de 34 ho-
ras, causando una crisis en el
transporte de Italia, y apagan-
do los grandes hornos de las
fundtetones.
Las ciudades como Roma 7
Miln estn experimentando (1
mayor congestionamlento de
trfico en su historia, ya que
millones de personas tenan que
caminar a sus trabajo, o e
apiaban en camiones, camio-
nes de reparto de leche, camio-
nes de basura, bicicleta o cual-
quier vehculo rodante-
Ni un aolo bus, tranva o
tren estaba trabajando. Las li-
neas privadas nter-urbanas
tambin fueron afectadas. La
huelga del transporte, apoyada
por los comunistas y no-coniu-
nistas ha resultado efectiva en
un 100 por ciento.
La huelga se debe a que los
obreros quieren contratos qus
los protejan, asi como un rea-
Juste de la escalas de salarios
para hacerle frente al costo de
ia vida. '
Debe adoptarse "poltica
de realidad para acabar
con la carnicera en Corea"
CHICAGO, abril 37. (UP).
El General MacArthur saldr
para Milwaukee, ciudad en
dnde pas su niez, para re-
cibir una bienvenida de h-
roe de parte de sus orgullosos
"vecinos".
MacArthur estaba planeando
levantarse temprano para ha-
cer el. viaje de Chicago a Mil-
waukee en automvil. A pri-
'i '''...:;
Cerraran despachos
oficiales el da 1,
Fiesta del Trabajo
Por Decreto dictado hoy poi
conducto del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia, el rgano E-
lecutivo orden el cierre de oficinas pblicas el da prime-
ro de Mayo, fecha dedicada per
el obrerismo mundVl a ccie-
brar1 l da del Trabajo.
Conforme al articulo 644 el
Cdigo del Trabajo por ser de
gran significacin histrica y
soctel, el Ejecutivo ha tom.au
ate, medida, facultado por el
artculo 8 de la ley 36 de 194i.
anteriormente el dia del o-
brer solo era celebrado por ios
obreros de las entidades priva-
da, est and. el Gobierno N-
etanal hace extensiva esta ce-
lebracin, a. sus empleados.
meras horas de la noche, el
General MacArthur, su esposa e
hijo, volarn a Nueva York.
En un discurso sorpresivo, el
General dijo en Chicago ano-
che que Estados Unidos debe
adoptar una poltica "de rea-
lidad" en el Lejano rlente ra-
ra asi terminar "con esta car-
nicera de hijos norteamerica-
nos".
Todo el mundo esperaba que
el General MacArthur pronun-
ciara un discurso sin trascen-
dencia durante la demostracin
de bienvenida que se le tribut
n el estadio de Chicago. Sin
embargo, el General aprovech
la ocasin para exponer sus
teoras sobre la poltica exte-
rior de Estados Unidos.
En su discurso de anoche, el
General dijo que a pesar de
la situacin, "de completa irrea-
lidad" en Corea, l cumpli
"meticulosamente" las directi-
va que le enviaban.
i
MacArthur tufo que "conti-
nuara abogando por una pol-
tica posltlva^-y real de Corea,
designada a terminar la gue-
rra pronto^ y honorablemente,
con la mxima proteccin para
los hijos norteamericanos que
se encuentran luchando all.
Continuar luchando contra el
peor castigo de la humanidad,
el comunismo, mientra Dios
me d fueraas jara luchar".
Habr congreso de
Cmaras Juniors
en Penonom
Durante los das Sbado 3 y
Domingo 29 de Abril el II Con-
greso Nacional de la Asocl-u-n
de Cmara Junior de la Re-
pblica de Panam.
Gran entusiasmo existe en
las Cmara Juniors de Coln,
Panam, Santiago, David, Peno-
r.dm, Arriljn, Chltr y Las
Tablas para enviar numerosas
delegaciones al mencionado
Congreso.
. El temarlo del Congreso Na-
cional de Cmaras Junior pro-
mete dinmica resoluciones
que expondrn la posicin de
las Cmara Juniors ante los
problemas de los pueblos de la
Repblica, sus necesidades y
aspiraciones.
Los Juniors de Penonom o
tn adelantando interesantes ges
tkmes para el mayor xito el
Congreso.
Cancela Churchill
planes sobre ana
conferencia suya
LONDRES, Abril 27 UP)
Winston Churchill cancel los
planes para hablar en la Uni-
versidad de Pennsylvania ei 8
ae Mayo debido a la crisis po-
ltica britnica.
En una carta dirigid* a la
Universidad de Pennsylvania,
Churchill dijo que "haba pro-
puesto el viaje porque han y-
currldo "eventos Importante"
desde que. se hicieron loa pla-
nes originales para su visita a
Estados Unidos.
Es obvio que Churchill se rs-
feria a las recientes brechas o-
turrldas en el Gobierno Labo-
rista, las cuales han aumen-
tado las posibilidades que los
Conservadores se.. encargen del,
CtoMww*
ufo^
Pagoda
habr en la
feria de Coln
COLON. 37 de AbrilCon el
objeto de contribuir al mejor
xito de la Feria de Coln, el
Club Chino "Sociedad Chung
Wah Kung Soo", ha dispuesto
la presentacin de una artstica
pagoda china, obra que ser
ejecutada por el Ingeniero Isi-
dro Fong, en la seccin de Co-
lonias Extranjeras. Para llevar
esta labor a cabo la Colonia
China ha designado una comi-
sin formada por los caballeros
siguientes: Miguel Tang Luque,
Presidente, Rodolfo Tom G.,
Vlce-Presldente; Ignacio Chung
Secretarlo: isidro Fong, Inge-
niero Consultor.
El Comit de Finanzas de di-
cha colonia qued integrado asi:
8r. Simn Patino, Sr. King San
Fung y Sr. Carlos Loo O., en la
ciudad de Panam; Sr. Wi-
lliam Cheng, Sr. Chen Hao Wan
y Sr. Ng Kim Fong, en Coln.
Para presidir los actos que se
llevan a cabo en la Pagoda
China durante los dia de la
Feria, la Colonia China ha deci-
dido elegir a una princesa y
cuatro damas de honor. Esta
(Pasa a la Pg. . eeL )
El 30 de los corrientes se
vence plazo para renovacin
de las patentes comerciales
Interesante informe rinde al Ministre de Comercio,
el Director de ese Departamento
El Director del Departamen- Chlrlqul. Segn se desprende de
to de Comercio, don Domiclano ese documento oficial, nmero-
Broce, Inform esta maana a' sos comerciantes de la Pro-
EL PANAMA AMERICA, que el rinda de Chlrlqul muestran re-
da treinta (30) de los corrlen- cibos de los impuestos de co-
tes se vence el ltimo plazo merclo y de turismo, correspon-
concedido por el Ministerio pa
ra aceptar las solicitudes
-- dientes al afto de 1990, pero es-
de tan morosos en el pago de esos
ra aceptar i buvuuob - - ------ -- *-
renovacin de patentes para el impuestos en aos anteriores,
- u^*>1sk_ Jsb>1b l4 lina *tiifta_
ejercicio del comercio.
El
:io aei eumeno". * ~~- . ji
director Broce inform, dosa revisin de las llquidacio-
i- nes de estos gravmenes darn
..... el verdadero estado en que se
tud de la Oficina de Seguridad encuentran muchos comerclan-
y teniendo en cuenta el ornato tea, no solo de la Provincia de
que el Departamento de Co-
mercio, fundado en una solid-
j- Chlrlqul, sino de otra provin-
tiea de" n~ renovar Tas", patn- cas de. la Repblica, es lo a-
de la ciudad, ha seguido la po-
ltica ae no ivnuw mo iwn- ~ * - -*\.-----. , ~~
tes a muchos comerciantes que consejable, continu nforman-
tlenen pequeos aatablecimlen- do el seor Broce En su lnfor-
ts en guanea en la bajada me este funcionario hace hln-
de Salslpuedes (Calle 13 Este
ae oaisiDueaes i^ane u >i^. ..-..- - ----------- --
Quedan en esta forma notifica- choa extranjeros tratan de eva-
do* dichos comerciantes, dijo el dlr el pago de sus impuestos.
Director del Departamento de Una forma es, hacer aparecer
Comercio.
El seor Broce se refiri al
contenido de un Informe que
presentar al Ministro de Co-
mercio, sobre su reciente Jira
de Inspeccin a la Provincia de
<(
Aunque modesto el
plan de obras sera
efectivo", Carbonell
un a-s-as a jssvw^
esta maana a lee perleeMttas el tttabr Ae eaa cartera, 1n-
geniere Celso Carbonell. en eenferenela do prensa celebrada
wL"assr-aEflK
Como se ha venido Informando las partidas asignadas
ate ano para obra pblicas, han ejnedado eonsiderableinen-
ida
te educidas.
Podr producirse en grandes
cantidades y a bajo precio
la famosa droga "cortisona"
NUEVA YORK, abril 27. (UP).
Hay noticia que existe gran
posibilidad de que la "corti-
sone" pueda producirse a bajo
precio y en grandes cantidades,
y sta han coincidido con un
informe que esta maravilla m-
dica ha logrado retardar/ los
efectos mortales de 1 "berilio-
sis crnica" nueva enfermedad
pulmonar, que afecta a ciertos
obreros industriales.
En Londres, er'doctor Robert
B. Woodward de la Univer-
sidad de Harvard, Inform an-
te la Sociedad Qumica Brit-
nica que habia logrado produ-
cir la "hormona esteroldea sin-
ttica".
Aun cuando aclar que no se
trata de la "cortisone" sta es
tambin una hormona esterol-
dea y los hombres de ciencia
subrayan que se trata de un
paso posiblemente muy impor-
tante en la forma de produ-
cir grandes cantidades de cor-
tisone a bajo precio.
La cortisona se ha probado
satisfactoriamente en casos de
artritis reumtica, quemadura
V otro dolencias dolorosa y
ciertos casos de cncer.
Woodward dijo que logr pro-
ducir su hormona sinttica ex-
trayndola de cierto derivado
del alquitrn de hulla. De estos
derivados tambin se sacan las
sulfas y el nylon.
La Universidad de Harvard
habia anunciado previamente
que cualquier resultado pr ti-
co de los experimentos en sus
laboratorios en este aspecto se
harn del conocimiento pblico
y "no sern facilitados exclu-
sivamente a ningn manufac-
turero".
CIRCULACIN PAGAOS
AYER MAS 0E
,400
Contina campaa
pro-saco cemento
de colegio local
Contina con todo entusias-
mo la Campaa pro-Saco de
Cemento, de la Escuela de Ar-
tes y Oficios Melchor Lasso de
la Vega. Numerosas entidades
y personas han llamado a la
direccin del mencionado plan-
tel para pedir que se les lndil-
ya en la lista de donantes.
El hangar en construccin que
alojar a distintos talleres de
la Escuela de Arte y Oficios
y para cuyas paredes y pisos
se pide cemento, est bastan-
te adelantado. Por esta razn
se le pide a las personas que
han manifestado donar sacos de
cemento, que lo hagan tan
pronto como les sea posible.
Tanto los cursos diurnos co-
mo nocturnos de la Escuela de \
Artes y Ofleios funcionarn
desde el dos de mayo en su
ha manifestado un vocero au-
campaa:
Estacin Los Angeles
Bomba de gasolina
del Javtllo
ptica Lpez
Martina Guerrero
F. Icaaa y Co.
Han manifestado
10
1
3
10
cooperar
con la campaa pro-Saco de
s
muchos desde 1MB. Una culda-
capl en la manera como mu-
viejos negocios como nuevos".
Sobre los fondos
de la Universidad
hacen aclaracin
Pa su publicacin hemos
recibido copla de la siguiente
carta:
Panam, abril 37 de 1951.
8r. don Enrique de Obsrrlo,
Contralor General de la
Repblica,
Presente.
Seo Contralor:
En la edicin de un diarlo
de ayer tarde se le atribuyen
declaraciones relacionadas con
el aumento de la matricula, re-
gn las cuales usted afirma que
la Administracin de la Uni-
versidad debe ordenar mejor sus
inversiones y eliminar gastos a-
parentemente superfluos.
Los gastos de la Universidad
son autorizados, como usted lo
sabe, por una Junta de Sn-
dicos, presidida por el Ministro
de Educacin, de la cual for-
man parte prominentes figuras
de nuestra comunidad, y estn
sujetos adems a la fiscaliza-
cin constante de la Contralo-
ria General de la Repblica.
Como Encargado de la rec-
tora puedo afirmar categrica-
mente que en l manejo de los
fondos de la Institucin se ha
procedido siempre con el mxi-
mo de escrupulosidad, y por
ello le Invito oficialmente para
que Investigue, como en otras
ocasiones, sobre el particular.
Con sentimientos de alta con*
sideracin, me suscribo su muy
atento y seguro servidor,
Alberto de Saint Malo,
r*
El ao anterior las entradas
produjeron B. 31.341.841:36
y no se pagaron B. 3.000.000
El actual Presupuesto es por B/ .33.489.738.40, de-
clara el Contralor Obarrio
"El Estado no puede soportar los gastos de la estruc-
tura edministraUva actual", declar en la magaa de hoy
el Contralor General de la Repblica don Jgenriqn. de
Obarrio a un redactor de "EL PANAMA-AMERICA*, '^oe
servicios pblicos se estn ensanchando, agrego, mientras
que las entradas nacionales decrecen. Tiene que llegar
un momento en que nos decidamos a tomar medidas para
resolver esta situacin fiscal que estamos confrontando .
A pregunta que se le hicie-
ra, el seor Contralor manifes-
t que el presupuesto actual
haba sido fijado en B.S3.4P9.-
738.40, de los cuales B. 28,600,000
correspondan a gastos de la
Administracin e imprevistos, y
B. 7,000,000 para amortizar la
deuda externa e Interna. Agre-
g que el presupuesto de Edu-
cacin arrojaba la suma de B.
7,794,295.46, sin Incluir los B.
543,000 para la Universidad y
cerca de B. 300.000 para cons-
trucciones escolares.
Con respecto al Ministerio de
Obras Publicas, el Contralor
manifest que habla quedado
reducido a su mnima expresin
ya que slo se destina la su-
ma de B. 3,460,890.00.
Tambin declar el Contralor,
en contestacin a pregunte for-
mulada, que las entrada del
pasado ao fiscal, haban as-
cendido a B. 31,34134138 y que
en el actual presupuesto hubo
necesidad de incluir una parti-
da de B. 1,000,000.00 correspon-
dientes ,m cuenta de vigencia,
expiradas. ___!_
Decano Encargado
de la Rectora.
Ser aumentado
el grupo asesor de
E.U. en Formosa
WASHINGTON, Abril 27
Probablemente se
necesitar personal adicional
para el grupo asesor militar ae
los Estados Unidos en Formosa
segn solicitud del Gobierno
Nacional de China, ha decla-
rado el 8ub-8ecretarlo de De-
fensa Lovett.
El Sub-Secretario Lovett di-
, Jo a los periodistas que ade;v*
fletas funlionarS df P*1" fiases
Leed.^lo;edeT.yurbeann,zi? s2&. VS.elnenW VTtn"-
STJSSIA. VgT no -rn -. p f 500 adiciona.e
Indic que son distintas las
teri^omd18mendon.doQnl: necesidades de cada uno de ios
", palees a los cuales Estados U-
En el da de hoy han eon- nidos ha prestado ayuda mili-
signado su cuota de sacos de fe. A las naciones que red-
cemento para la patritica ten armas de conformidad con
el programa de ayuda mu-ua
4 saco K envan grupos asesores con-
sistentes de representantes de
varios servicios armados; son
ellos generalmente consejeros
sobre equipo, logstica y asun-
tos conexos ms que oficiales
tcticos.
kCVICOS. ***** a""" "'- ----------- ,
Lovett, al contestar pregun- defensa sern mayores que e.
C^en^ "romamente! la Com- tes que se le hicieron, dijo ue ano pasado.
. mI,ht i. r.rw.ria no tenia noticia de cambio di 2) Elogi el mensaje aei.u
moli proumuicuic, wu'- ---- -*, -, ------- z -,.
.fi Martinz la Cervecera no tenia noticia de cambio de -- -- ----------.
Nacional don Dario Carrillo idea en el Departamento de man al Congreso pidiendoi u
InaWiMo VctorT^ulteo don Defensa acerca de la poltica amplcarln de la fey de pro-
Jos Ramn^Quizado, don Re- de neutralizacin de Formosa duccln para la .defensa, con
man * donJos etevre. para proteger el flaneo, de as cambios que le darn al plan
!&h5? iJQiJm+J* rumju 1.. Nadone. Un- mayo^.poyo publico^ ^ ^
tram.
Lleg a puerto la
motonave 'Leonet9
anoche a las diez
La motonave "Leonett", quo
tenia un retraso de cuatro dUA
en su viaje entre Jaqu y Pa-
nam, lleg anoche a la dies
al puerto de Panam con su
propia fueraa.
La motonave tuvo un falta
en sus mquina y fu repara-
da en la Isla de San Miguel en
el Archipilago de La Perus.
A peticin del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores la Fuer-
za Area norteamericana Ini-
ci la bsqueda de la "Leonett"
a las 3:28 de la tarde de ayer,
pero una hora ms -tarde so
orden suspender la misa y
que se haba recibido informe
que la motonave se encontraba.
en San Miguel.
La ."Leonett" trata una carga
de aneos y' tres
Socialista multimillonario
es nombrado para completar
el gabinete laborista ingls
LONDRES, abril 27. (UP).
El Primer Ministro Clement
Attlee cerr las ltimas brechas
de un Gabinete anoche y nom-
br a un socialista multimillo-
nario para dirigir el nuevo de-
partamento de materias pri-
mas.
Pero an, mientras Attlee pa-
reca Ir poniendo su vacilante
casa en orden, Winston Chur-
chill Iniciaba su esperado ata-
que con el anuncio que los con-
servadores plantearn al Go-
bierno la crtica cuestin de las
materias primas en la Cmara
de los Comunes el prximo
martes.
Se espera que Churchill ha-
ga preguntas encaminadas a
obligar al rebelde Izquierdista
Aneurin Bevan a votar contra
sus ex-colegas de Gabinete, o
rectificar su actitud respecto a
sus advertencias que la acu-
mulacin norteamericana de re-
servas est minando no col
el rearme britnico, sino tam-
bin la economa, nacional.
Attlee design al Ministro de
Obras Pblicas a Richard Sto-
kes para suceder al finado Er-
nest Bevln como Lord del Sello
Privado, pero ampli sus fun-
ciones hacindolo el principal
responsable de la consecucin
de materias prima esenciales.
Stokes, ox-presldente del Con-
sejo de Administracin y p-
rente general de una cotnp-
fta que fabrica tractores y o-
tras maquinarlas ligera, fu
sucedido en Ministerio de Obraa
Pblicas por Oeorge Brown, Se-
cretarlo Parlamentario del Mi-
nisterio de Agricultura.
Buscan cadveres
del accidente
en Cayo Hueso
CAYO HUESO, Abril 27 (UP*
Un testigo ocular de la tra-
gedla del Mircoles en la quo
murieron 43 personas al chocar
un avin de pasajeros DC-4 ae
!a Compaa Cubana de Avia-
cin y un avin bimotor de la
Armada de Estados Unidos, de-
clar que ni uno ni el otro a-
vln "hizo maniobra" saguia
para evitar el choque.
Los testigos oculares del ac-
cidente prestaron testimonio
(Paaa a la Pgina . Columna 7)
La produccin de caones
en EE. UU. asegurar la pat
mundial dentro de dos aos
NUEVA YORK, Abril 27 lUP)
Charles E. Wilson, Director
e la Movilizacin de Defeuoa
advirti en un discurso pronun-
ciado en el banquete de la Jun-
ta de Anuncios de la Asociacin
norteamericana de Editores e
Peridicos que la Inflacin es-
t haciendo desaparecer cao-
nes, tanques y aviones norte-
americanos con mayor eficacia
que los comunistas en Corea y
que si no se le pone coto se
convertir en "desastre".
Dijo con optimismo que le
produccin de armamentos lle-
gar dentro de dos anos a un
punto en que "la paz munoial
quedar asegurada". En otrus
puntos dijo: 1) Que loe impues-
tos para pagar el esfuerzo de
puerta est abierta" para que
sus dirigentes se unan a los que
proyectan la movilizacin.
(Pasa a te Pagina 6. Columna )
No ha variado la
poltica de E.U.
en Formosa
WASHINGTON, Abril 27
USI8) El Secretario de Es-
tado Dean Acheson expres a-
yer que se enviarn a Formosa
una misin militar y ayuda de
armamento de acuerdo con lo
convenido a principios dd ao.
El Secretario hizo pblico el
acuerdo, el cual est en vigor
desde el 9 de febrero, en con-
sonancia con la prctica anun-
ciada por d Presidente Truman
el 27 de junio del ano pasado
para la ayuda militar a Fo/-
mosa. Esta poltica no ha va-
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LA LIBRE EMISIN DEL PENSAMIENTO
A principios de cata semana, por resolucin del
JVKnisterio de Gobierno y Justicia, se orden el cie-
rre temporal de la Radiodifusora "Nacional," que
'fee hizo cumplir por medio de la Polica. Se ha di-
tho a travs de un Comunicado oficial que tal me-
Hida se debe a irregularidades de carcter tcnico
jen el funcionamiento de la emisora mencionada.
Nadie puede negarle a la autoridad que tome
medidas adecuadas cuando una estacin de radio iir
jlerfiere la onda de otras o incurre en violaciones
ib la ley sobre la materia. Por lgica se desprende
hue para lograr que se corrijan anomalas de esta
fclase el Gobierno puede obligar a los infractores a
{{situarse dentro de la normalidad y de la ley. Asi-
inismo, es fcil comprender que para ello bastara,
ien la mayora de los casos de una notificacin, y si
,fSto no fuese suficiente ei.tonces cabran otras me-
' judas.
En torno al cierre de la emisora mencionada se
lian hecho variados comentarios en la opinin p-
iplica. Se ha alegado que esta orden obedece a m-
tiles polticos ya que a travs de los canales de la
Radio nombrada se trasmiten dos programas dia-
rios correspondientes a partidos de oposicin. El
hecho de que la orden haya sido dictada sin pre-
vencin, como se ha afirmado, y que la misin haya
'pido encomendada a agentes de las fuerzas arma-
las, ha contribuido a acrecentar la sospecha del p-
ilico al respecto.
Ante la duda de que se trate de una maniobra
I contra la libre emisin del pensamiento "El Pana-
n-Amrica," fiel a sus normas, est indeclinable-
mente obligar a repetir que la libertad de palabra
Jes algo sagrado que debe respetarse, tal cual lo
establece la ley, por encima de cualquier contingen-
cia de orden poltico.
Es de esperarse que pronto se solucione el pro-
Ibema planteado. Desde luego que tenemos que acep-
Itar el deber indeclinable que tienen las emisoras
je someterse a los reglamentos oficiales sobre su
funcionamiento.
En cuestiones que se rozan o pueden tener
Vinculaciones con las libertades fundamntale* con-
sagradas en nuestra Constitucin poltica debe te-
jerse presente que son stas tan bsicas para el
Orden jurdico y poltico del Estado, que cualquier
desquiciamiento siembra la desconfianza y la in-
tranquilidad en el pas.
___--
Aqu estamos
nuevamente
Para brindarles lo mejor en calidad
a precios reducidos.
.STENOS Y SE CONVENCER.
VENTAS ESPECIALES LOS
VIERNES. SBADO, DOMINGO y LUNES.
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hast
las diez en punto de la maana del dia 12 de Mayo del
ao en curso, por el suministro de ALIMENTOS PARA
ANIMALES, para uso del FOMENTO AGRCOLA DE
CHIRIQTJI.
Las especificaciones sern entrevadas a los interesa-
dos durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JUAN f. RODRIGUEZ
Jefe d Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro
Panam. 28 de Abril de 1961.________________________
%s$&lh& atJBte>%*
"S.S. "CHINA BEAR"
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para APLES. PIRAEUS, HAIFA
Se aceptan pasajeros.
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Tel.: Panam 2-2008 Balboa 2-197S Cristbal 3-1271
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por el dicho "en un pate comea dos"!
No proporcionamos lotes por amor so*
limante pero si por la pequea
suma de
B/4.00 Semanales
en una ACCIN de nuestro CLUB. Vita fells aho-
ra y siempre en EL PARQUE LEPEVRE.
CA. lefevre, s. A.
Calle A No. 6 TeL 2-UU
"Est preparado"
MacArthur para
responder cargos
WASHINGTON, Abril 27 (OT)
El Senador Republicano Ko-
bert Taft declar que el General
Douglas MacArthur est "Werr
preparado" para responder las
acusaciones formuladas por al-
gunos Parlamentarlos Dem-
cratas de que las propuestas d/l
General sobre la poltica a se-
guir en el Extremo Oriente po-
dran provocar una guerra en
gran escala.
Taft, que conferenci ayer en
Nueva York con MacArthur, ai-
Jo que esperaba que el GencisI
informe ampliamente sobre sus
puntos de vista cuando compa-
rezca el 3 de Mayo ante las Co-
misiones de las Puertas Arma-
ras y de Relaciones Exteriora
del Senado, encargadas de rea-
lizar la Investigacin sobre su
destitucin.
Los senadores Demcrata?,
Brien MacMahon, Herbert Leh-
man y Robert Kerr se encuen-
tran entre los que htn dicho
que las propuestas de Mac Ai-
hur para librar "una guerra
limitada" contra la China Co-
munista podra provocar la tor-
cera guerra mundial.
Taft rehus dr detalles so-
bre la conversacin que tuvo u-
yer con MacArthur, pero dijo
que el general, comparta en
todo los puntos de vista 6<\
General.
Hasta ahora no se ha decidi-
do definitivamente si las au-
diencias de las Comisiones se-
rn pblicas o a puertas ce-
rradas. El Presidente de la Co-
misin de Fuerzas Armadas, Se-
nador Demcratas Richard Ru-
ssell, es partidario de celebrar-
las a puertas cerradas, pero a-
ereg que si MacArthur "lo pe-
da oficialmente, se celebraran
en audlenela pblica.
TRIANGULO
Por ALDOR
Corresponsal de la
Prensa Asociada
detenido en Praga
PRAGA, Abril 27 (UP)Be
ha anunciado oficialmente que
William N. Oatis, de 37 aos,
corresponsal de la Prensa Aso-
ciada en Praga, se eneuemra
arrestado acusado de "activi-
dades hostiles al Estado".
Oatis haba desaparecido de
su residencia desde el sbado
pasado. La noticia de su arres-
to fu dada al Concejero de la
Embajada norteamericana, Till
R. Thompson, por el Dr. Bsf
ririh Runge, Jefe asistente de
la Seccin de Prensa Extran-
jera deP Ministerio, de Relac&
nes Exteriores-
Runge le dijo a Thompson por
telfono que Oatis haba si-Jo
arrestado por tres cargos: 1)
"Actividades hostiles al Estado.
2) Conseguir y diseminar infor-
macin considerada secreta pe
el Gobierno de Checoeslovaquia.
3) Diseminar Informacin ma-
liciosa contra Checoeslovaquia
a travs de rganos Ilegales at
la prensa, para cuyo objeto u-
tlllz ciudadanos de Cheoeslo-
caquis. Runge dijo que el Go-
bierno tiene testigos que con-
firman los cargos.
Se ha sabido que Oatis fu
Traman: No olvides que eres mi esposa legitima.
Queda descartado un ataque de
los nacionalistas al continente
Frmase acuerdo
con Washington
sobre el punto
WASHINGTON, Abril 37 (UP)
El Secretario de Estado Decn
Acheson revel que el Gobier-
no Nacionalista Chino de
Chiang Kai-shek ha accedido a
Se alega que en dos
aos han muerto 15
millones de chinos
TAIPEI, Formosa, Abril XI
(UP, Los nacionalistas ale-
gan que 15 millones de chinos
han muerto durante los ltimos
dos anos en la China continen-
tal, como resultado del "desgo-
bierno rojo, el hambre causaos
por el hombre, y la campaa de
agresin en Corea"; .
usar las armas de ayuda norts-
amerleana nicamente para de-
fender a Formosa de una po-
sible Invasin comunista.
El acuerdo diplomtico ofi-
ciad que parece descartar toda
posibilidad de un ataque nacio-
nalista al continente chino, se
concert el 9 de Pebrero pa-
sado. Esa fecha fu 6 semanas
antes que el Oenral Douglas
MacArthur propusiera en una
carta al Representante Repu-
blicano Joseph Martin que se
suministraran a las fuerzas na-
cionalistas armas y otro "Apo-
yo logstico" de Estados Ur.l-
La acusacin est en un co- -
munlcado expedido por la Liga ' Para la Invasin del con-
j. i. -ui. Tlkp. nntra las IMente.
de la China Libre contra la
atrocidades comunistas, en don-
de se dice que la purga roja
ha matado a 2.200.000 personas
durante los ltimos 18 meaos.
600.000 chinos han perecido en
Corea y el hambre ha causauo
la muerte de otros 12,000,000 de
chinos.
arrestado el Lunes en la no-
che cerca de su garage por tres
hombres vestidos de civil. Puen-
tes informadas dicen que iw
hombres estuvieron esperando
en el garage hasta que Oatis
lleg a sto de la media noche,
llevndoselo consigo.
RECUERDE ESTA FECHA!
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CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
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Avenida Central 91
AVISO DE LICITACIN
En vista de que ha sido declarada desierta la lid-
racin celebrada el da 27 de Febrero de 1951 peta la
construccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional, se notifi-
ca al pblico que hasta las 10 a.m. del dia 18 d Mayo
se recibirn propuestas en pliego cerrado en el despacho
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas para la construccin de
dicha obra.
Las ltimas especificaciones y planos podrn obte-
nerse durante las horas hbiles, en la Seccin de Diseos
y Construcciones de est Ministerio, previo depsito de
B/200.00.
CELSO A. CAMONELL,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, Abril 18 de 1951.
La carta de Martin fu un
factor importante en la desti-
tucin de MacArthur, basada
en que estaba estorbando la po-
ltica' gubernamental en el Ex-
tremo Oriente.
El- Senador Republicano lto-
bert Tat aprob la decisin ael
Gobierno de enviar ms ayuda
en armas y una misin mlllur
a Formosa, pero dijo que deiu
haberse hecho hacia muc'.o
tiempo. Dijo: "81 ahora es aai
medida acertada, por qu nc
era una medida acertada hace
seis meses?".
Acheson no mencion las pre-
puestas de MacArthur. Pero d.-
jo en rueda de periodistas que
Estados Unidos todava soslle-
ne la poltica anunciada por el
Presidente Truman al principio
de la guerra de Corea. Esa po-
ltica ea "neutralizar" a Formo-
sa con una patrulla naval de
Estados Unidos, con rdenes de
impedir un ataque comunt*
a la iala, y un ataque naciona-
lista al continente.
MAYO...
llegan las clases
Librera
Menendez
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MAESTROS DE LA
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Todo para escuelas Todo
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en colores lisos y combinados, desde....
CANGA:
Vestidos para Nias, desde___
39c
1.49
Camisas de Polo para Nios OQ
Superfinas..............07c
EXTRA
Capotes para Nias.
179
BARATSIMOS
Vestidos para Nios, 1 a 6 aos
Planta Alta
i
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Plaza de Santa Aaa
Panam
ROPA INTERIOR
Precios Increbles!
PANTIES NYLON
Ganga 7.49
Blanco Rosado Celeste
PETICOTES FINOS................1.19
PETICOTES CON ENCAJES.........1.59
PETICOTES DE CINTURA FINOS. ...1.29
PETICOTES DE CINTURA...........1.19
CAMISONES SIN HOMBRERAS......1.25
CAMISONES CON ENCAJES.........2.39
FAJAS, gran surtido, desde 95*
Planta Baja
Cubiertos EXTRA-DE-LUXE Q AQ
Juegos de 24 piezas GANGA*."
SUPER-ESPECIAL
Vajillas de 32 piezas.
4.59
EXTRA!' EXTRA! n^LL
Naevi remesa de ESCOBAS *LA INNOVACIONQQc
las que casi barren solas...............
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V'-PNl. ABRIL 17, 1M1
IX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENT1
. ..GINA TREI

PARAGUAS
AHORA
Nmctm para S-
iwu, 6* rayon
1 yarillas, desde SJM
Nueves pars Se-
oras, de nylon
la TariUas, desde 5.95
Nueves, rieiablea,
.....desde 5.K
PARA NWOS t.U
10MBRES
Se bren automticamente, desde oM
Otros PARAGUAS......desde 4J5
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Ave. Central 21
GRAN VENTA ANUAL jdr;
MAANA SBADO ABRIL 28 LUNES ABRIL 30 dS a,m"
MIRCOLES MAYO 2 hasta las 6:30 p.m.
VENTAS AL CONTADO NO SE PERMITEN CAMBIOS NO SE PERMITEN DEVOLUCIONES
TOALLAS
"Cannon'
Martex"
AHORA
TOALLAS ds cara .. .... .. 18" x 36" .50
TOALLAS ds bao .. .... .. 22" x 40" .85
TOALLAS para la oara .. .. .1 18" x 36" .65
(en colores)
TOALLAS, en colorea, para I bafto 22" x 40" 1.00
TOALLAS da Fantasa............... .65
(en colores)
ALFOMBRAS pars si bao .. .......... 2.50
TOALLITAS..................3 por 1.00
LIMPIONES
De afinada marca.................35
DE PURO HILO
SABANAS 100% de PURO HILO
72" x 108"......regular 14.95 AHORA 10.95
CORTES
de la afamada marca "Dan River"
Corte de I a 9 yardas
En preciosos colores pasteles, a cuadros
y a rayas.
Saaforiaados, lavables, desde Me.
80c.
Para seoras PAUELOS SUIZOS
desde 6 por 75c.
CARTERAS
de seora
AHORA
En Fina Piel........'........ desde 4.94
En Plstico, Blanco y en Coloras......desde 2.50
De Tela . ..................desde 1.95
Da Paja .. .. .,............desde 1.25
CARTERAS DE COCODRILO
- EN NUESTRO SALON DE VESTIDOS CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO -
Antea. 29.95
AHORA 17.95
ZAPATOS
para seoras
de SPORT de CALLE de NOCHE
Antea, desde t.M AHORA, desde 3.95
PARA NIOS
Aatee, desde SJS AHORA, desde 1.5a
PARA HOMBRES Y NIOS
(por descontinuar la lnea)
ZAPATOS
de Fina Calidad tamaos: 3'j al I
Antas 13.95 AHORA MS
ZAPATILLAS para Seoras y iflas
AHORA, desds 2.59
Para HOMBRES
AHORA
CAMISAS SPORT,
finas, dasda 2.95
BATAS DE CASA da
rayen . dasda 6.95
CAMISAS "T" daada 1.96
CAMISAS 'Sarongs'
...... dasda 2.50
PIJAMAS........ 3.95
Para HOMBRES
CHAQUETAS
coo zipper
coa y sin forro
desde (.95
VESTIDOS
VESTIDOS
VESTIDOS
DE NOCHE Y DE COMIDA COCKTAIL y TARDE SPORT y CALLE
Antes.....35 a 125.00 Antes.....25.00 a 75.00 Antas.....12.S5 a 35.00
AHORA 7.95 a 59.95 AHORA 5.00 a 39,95 AHORA 3.95 a 15.00
COMPRA ESPECIAL!!! VESTIDOS de ALGODN y BEMBERG,
Ganga.....5.95
BATAS DE ENTRECASA
De Algodn.............. 5.95
De Rayn en Estilos muy bonitos . 8.95
BRUNCH COATS
De Algodn . ... .... . desde 4.75
En Colores Lisos y Floreados!
CAPOTES
AHORA
Para seora,
con capucha,
corras y bolsa
. dasda 2.5C^
CAPOTES da nios con capo-
ta, corraa y bolsa, dasda 1.95
da 3 a 16 aos.
CAPOTES da NIO con gorra
y bolsa............ 2.50
CHAQUETAS da NIO con
zippar..........dasda 4.95
SABANAS
"CANNON" "DAN RIVER" "LADY PEPPERELL"
SABANAS DE MUSELINA BLANCA
81" x 90" para cama gamela o dobla...... 2.95
72" x 108 para cama gamela.......... 3.95
SABANAS DE FINO PERCAL
Tamao Cuna 45" x 72".......... 2.50
Sbanas para cama gamala 72" x 99" .... 3.95
Sbanas para cama doble 90" x 108" .. .. 5.00
TRAJES de
MATERNIDAD
frescos y lavables
desde 5.00
TRAJES SASTRES
de MATERNIDAD
propios para viajar
desde 12.95
SOBRECAMAS
"Bates" . desde 7.50
Chenille . desde 10.95
Ripellette . desde 3.95
para camas, gemelas,
dobla y sencilla!
GANGA
MEDIAS NYLON
PARA SEORAS
51 gauge 15 deaier
Antes 2.25
Ahora____1.25
ROPA SPORT
SHORTS.........................desde 3M
JUEGOS DE SLACKS................desde 9.56
FEDAL PUSHERS ............... desde 3.95
TRAJES DE BAAO..................desde 5.95
CAMISAS "T" de alameda marea......desde 2.25
BLUSAS Y FALDAS
AHORA
BLUSAS de ljodn, escotadas.........desde 2.25
BLUSAS de rayn, muy lindas.........desde 3.S0
FALDAS Algodn Rayo* ... ......desde 3.95
ARTCULOS Para el HOGAR
* Lmparas
' Cocteleras
* Juegos para Licor
* Jarrones
* Lmparas para Mesa de Noche
* Figulinas
* Objetos de Arte
* Floreros
* Juegos de Tacitas Demi-Trasse
PARA VIAJAR
TRAJES SASTRES 190% lana
AHORA, desde 29.95
19% de Rebaja en
ABRIGOS
Adems:
ABRIGOS INGLESES
"Rodea"
para seoras y caballero
1 TRAJES SASTRES
de verano
Nueves Estilos, desde 15.90
PERFUMES
FRANCESES
y COLONIAS
drsticamente rebajados!
Fiaos MANTELES de HILO
"GRASSLINEN"
Antes AHORA
72" x H-
72" x es"
72" x 12"
27.59 13.95
37.56 14.95
27.5* 14.15
e MANTELES VENECIANOS
e MADEIRA
e MANTELES DE HIJO
a MTELES DAMASCO
Drsticamente rebajados!
a TAPETITOS de Encajes.
SABANAS DE COLORES PASTELES
De Muselina Fina
Empacadas para Rtalos!
2 Sbanas 72" x 108"
2 Fundas 42" x 36" juego
12
FUNDAS
MUSELINA "DAN RIVER".......... 75c.
PERCAL 42" x 36"............desde 85c.
EXTRA ESPECIAL
Nuevos DELANTALES precio ragular 1.25
. (para empleadas)..........AHORA .60
2 Estilos Distintos precio ragular 1.95 AHORA 1.00
DELANTALES para Enfarmaras pracio re-
guiar 2.95................AHORA 1.95
UNIFORMES para Emplaadaa
(an blanco y an coloras)
2.95
UNIFORMES DE ENFERMERAS .. .. daada 2.95
FAJAS
Antaa, dasda 3.50 a 10.00 Ahora, desde 95c. a 4.95
BRASSIERES de afamada marca
Da Algodn y de Nylon,
desde 1.50
ROPA INTERIOR Para SEORA
MEDIO PETICOTES, con ruchas da tul-nylbn........
100% Nylon
MAANITAS da Nylon 100%...............
CAMISONES da Nylon 100%..................
PETICOTES da Nylon 100%..................
PANTIES de Nylon 100% .. .. ...............
MEDIO PETICOTES de Rayn sencillos y adornados,
CAMISONES da Rayn Lindos astilos..........
CAMISONES ds Jersey.......................
PANTIES da Jaraay calidad superior.....'.....
PETICOTES da Rayn......................
PIJAMAS da algodn......................
"JOHNNY COATS"........ ..............
r
AHORA
dasda 3.95
desde 3.95
dasda 4.95
dasda 4.95
desde 1.60
desda 1.50
dasda 2.95
dasda 2.95
dasda .65
dasda 1.95
dasda 2.95
desde 2.95
ROPA DE NIOS
NlfiAS
AHORA
VESTIDOS todos tamaos
............desde 2.50
CAMISAS........daada 2.00
VESTIDOS de sol .. desde 2.50
SHORTS.......desde 2.00
PANTIES......desda .35
PETICOTES 100% Nylon
............ desda 1.95
PETICOTES da rayn, daada 1.25
NlflOS
AHORA
PANTALONES cortos, desds 2.2!
largos desds
CAMISAS Polo, manga corta
larga
CAMISAS POLO .... desde
PIJAMAS.......dasda
VESTIDOS......deade
PANTALONES de Montar,
............ desde
CHAQUETAS Sport, desde
TRAJES DE BAO, deade
3.95
1.25
1.25
.50
1.95
2.25
2.00
1.00
1.50
Todo los Artculos de Beb drsticamente Rebajados!
PANTIES para Jovencitas 4 x 1.00
Tamaos: Chico y Medianoa.
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MALETAS
Para Seoras y Caballeros
20% da Descuento
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MALETINES
De Seoras, desda 3.95
MALETINES para Hombre
con zipper, dasda 2.50


PAGINA Cl'ATKO
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIBMTl
VIERNES, ABRIL XI, INI
El uso de los minerales en
la alimentacin del ganado
,, A una consulta acerca de si
los minerales para el ganado,
pueden considerarse como medi-
cina o como alimento el Inge-
niero W. T. Cobb. de la Univer-
sidad de Louisiana, ha contesta-
do en un Interesante ti.
entre .otras, lo que reproduci-
mos seguidamente, por consi-
derarlo de Inters para los cria-
dores de ganado y de actuali-
dad en estos momentos en que
nuestro ministerio de Agricul-
tura est desplegando gran ac-
tividad en materia de sanidad
pecuaria a los electos de ciar
auge a la riqueza ganadera no-
'__eional. El Ingeniero W- T. Cobb,.
-im su referido trabajo, r-a
J dicho
El dengue del ganado, la en-
fermedad de la sal de la r.'orl-
da y de otras regiones cosieras
de ios Estados Unidos, el bo'.lo,
It fiebre de la leche i denomina-
da tambin hipcalccmla y lie-
bre vitularia), ciertas clases de
cojera, la hinchazn de las ar-
ticulaciones, lo raquitismo.- y
ajgunos tipos de deformaciones
le los hurtos-han-sido todo a-
rfibuidos a la falta de mine-
rales, de una oase u .otra, en
?.la alimentacin del ganado
^^ Dndoles minerales, es pos-
We corregir estos males, pero
ONjue es an ms deseable, si
se les da minerales como piie*
tica corriente, es nosrgle evi-
tar todas las anteriores esicr-
medades en el ganado. En la
correccin de tales enfermeda-
des, los minerales fungen co-
mo medicina.
Considerndose que en la
composicin del cuerpo del ani-
mal entra hasta un 3 por otrn-
10 y quizs ms de cenizas, o
minerales, de .una clase o de
otra. Para poderle dar al cuer-
po este 3 por ciento esencia!
hay que incluir minerales en la
dieta. Y en este sentido los mi-
nerales son, fundamentalmente,
alimentos.
Cada una cdula del cuerpo
contiene fsforo, la sanare e..t
cargada de cloro, calcio y for.
foro. y los huesos se componen
mayormente de una combina-
cin de estos minerales: calcio
y fsforo. De manera que .son
parte integrante del cuerpo y
nay que incluirlos en cualquier
racin que tenga por objeto
producir, someter y desarrollar
sanado-
Las ventajas de agregar mi-
nerales a las raciones de las
reses en las cantidades suflcl. r.-
tes para satisfacer las nec;sl-
aades de su cuerpo, son las .si-
guientes:
1 Evitan las enfermedades ya
sealadas al principio.
21 Aumento en la economa
del animal;'acelerando su vie-
sarrollo, fortalecindolo contra
cinermedades y daos por pa-
rsitos, y ahorrando dinero en
piensos, porque se utiliza .mi
mayor efeciencia el material
consumido.
3p Aumenta apreciablemente
el nmero de partos, al mejo-
rar las condiciones de acopia-
miento durante los ciclos de <.e-
!o; el feto se desarrolla noi-
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PUNTOS DE VISTA
- CRUCIGRAMA -
r i 3 4 5 6 1 8 > 10 U P
13
Ib U
17 1
19 O 22 23 25
r6 27 28
r9 so 1 31

(55 37
59 40
u 12 43 s 45 46
17 l i
r ZO
Suben ahora las tarifas de luz
a los comerciantes del interior
malmente, coa pocas exigen-
cias a las reservas de 'nueso y
msculo de la madre, y en el
caso de ganado joven o prime-
rizas, hacen que el parto s..a
ms fcil, con menos prdidas
de terneros de madres.
4) Aumenta el tamao y la
robustez de la estructura sea
de los animales Jvenes, y a-
larga la vida til de los anima-
les de cria, pues se mantiene
las reservas da minerales, en
vez de aminorar esta reserva
en cada parto sucesivo.
Los de Penonom deciden no
pagar las nuevas ratas que
les han sido impuestas
PENONOME, Abril 27 i Corres- inconformidad del comercio lo-
ponsal) Como las compaas cal ante la medida adoptaa
petroleras extranjeras estable-
cidas en el istmo han subido ti
precio del lubricante para na-
cer frente a sus erogaciones en
concepto de combustibles La
Panam Elctrica S. A. se ha
visto en la necesidad de elevar
la tarifa de la luz especialmen-
te a las casa de comercio de es-
ta plaza.
Se rumora que ms tarde el
precio de la luz a los parti.-
iares ser tambin ms alto. Lu
medida tom de sorpresa a ios
comerciantes quienes "nan pro-
testado categricamente ante el
gerente de la Panam Elctrica
S. A- en esta ciudad Don Daro
Rodriguez. Los comerciantes
han celebrado una serle de reu-
niones para hacer frente a lus
exigencias ae la compaa elc-
trica y acordaron abastecerle
de cubrir la nueva tarifa ha'.a
tanto haya un entendimiento
entre la Panam Elctrica S. A.
y los comerciantes.
Dada la existente situacin
econmica en nada ventajosa,
e
HORIZONTALES:
|Cpele, moo de las aves
7Que coloniza.
13Viento del Sur.
14Arbusto parecido al laurel.
15Molde que sirve para fundir
ciertos objetos.
6 Asediar.
17 Instituto Internacional
Obrero, Inlc.
18Fluido Imponderable.
19Vestimenta.
21Agarradera.
22Del verbo ser.
26Ave australiana.
27Animal con plumas.
28 Palma de adorno.
29Ave de rapia.
31La noche anterior.
32Del verbo atar.
33Desembocadura de un rio
en el mar.
34Instituto Internacional
Tabacalero, Inic.
|5 Existir.
(ODel verbo tener.
37Volcn de Italia.
3ftCondujo.
40Extremidad de las aves.
41Poner las manos para coger
alguna cosa.
44 Pintor griego.
47Signo, fiduciario.
48Fruto del canelo.
49Rezases.
V)Del verbo orar.
c_____
VERTICALES:
1Hijo de No.
2Ruta o calle.
3Poner condiciones.
^4 Estria, monos e.
^SJConjunto de fres cosas.
6Oasis del Sahara.
7Relativo a la castidad
8Deteste.
9Escrito que sirve para
indicar una cosa.
10 Del verbo oler.
11Nueva Fbrica Argentina,
Inic.
12Organizacin Autntica
Revolucionarla, Inic.
18Demostrativo.
19De verbo remar.
20Dejar fuera.
21Desinencia de los quebrados
23Del verbo recitar.
24Pequeo Estado del Norte
de Sumatra.
25 Dardo o flecha.
27Nombre de mujer.
28 Medida antigua de longitud.
30Que sienten o tienen
alegria.
31Rio de Francia.
33Inculpado, procesado.
38Arrojas.
37Nombre de mujer.
39Ciudad del Sudn.
40Flor del olivo, Inv.
41Propietario.
42Preposicin.
43Nombre de mujer.
44rbol de Venezuela.
45Letra castellana.
46Apcope de santo.
SOLUCIN DE ATES
oer pasar un rato de esparci-
miento a los enfermos que all
s encuentran.
Eduardo Charpentier H.
r
Director.
A los agricultores
rabes les prestan
generosa ayuda
Por Jean Morau
JERUSALEN, Israel Abrii 26
Gracias la campaa in.-.m-
siva que lleva a cabo el gobier-
no de.Israel para modernizar
los sistemas agrcolas de los a-
rabes que viven en su terruo-
io, se han logrado sorprende..-
tea resultados eh el curso <>l
ao pasado. Como parte de es-
ta campaa se '.an roneaiit.o
prstamos a estos agrlculloids
habindose destacado insti ac-
tores expertos a las zonas o'.u-
padas por los rabes, envu.u-
g iones.
CONCIERTO
Actualmente viven en te;l-
torio de Israel 127.896 agricul-
tores rabes, los que poseen en
total alrededor de 1300.000 ci-
names de tierras (130.000 hec-
treas de los cuales solamente
500.000 dnames son adecuadas
para el. cultivo 150.000 h." la-
rcas i y que el resto est lor-
mado por terreno montaoic,
evads, tete, o es/a cubierto por
:t.i .i.-.- sW /una productora cita
cultivada por lf.OIi granjas,
txistiendo un promedio e 1 u
3 personas nor unidad. Estos
grupos de siete u ocho .{perso-
nas cultivan urt promedio de S
dnames cada uno. I
El ministerio de Agricultura '
acaba de dar a conocer, por me-
dio de su seccin rabe,-las ti-
fias correspondientes al-ltimo
ao agrcola, las que rev.an
los grandes resultados obteni-
dos con el cambio del sisti .na
extensivo de cultivos al intensi-
vo, mediante el cual se -puco.-n
obtener hasta dos cosechas al
ao. En el ao 1949-50-se cul-
tivaron 60000 dnames mines
e cereales que el ao anterior, Ponga un poco de POarUM en una
pero los otros cultivos aumen- taza, agregele airua o lache r-alia
taron considerablemente. Asi. ,e v obtendr . kJL'j .
por ejemplo, el area dedicada m eatimZ?, Mbro"'
a las verduras aument de 1J- mf"*,B,u'"nte. 1)00 dnames en 1948-49 -a J.- 3u,,ruUr de "n sueo tranquilo.
000 dnames en 1949-50.-el ta-
baco de 8.000 a 28.000 en el
mismo periodo; y las legunwes
ae 12.000 a 29.000 dnames en
idntico lapso.
Sin contar a los 17440 o-
dulnos que viven en lijad, el
ministerio de Agricultura divi-
de a la poblacin rural rabe
en 19.000 refugiados, 11249 a-
gricultores que carecen^de tie-
rras suficientes y busean em-
pleos en los pueblos, y 85.227
que se ganan la vida median-
te el cultivo del suelo. Con el
objeto de ayudar a los agricul-
tores que carecen de tierras. 11
ministerio de Agricultura 1 a
realizado los acuerdos necea-
rlos para arrendar 30000 dna-
mes de tierras administrabas
por el Custodio de la Propiedad
de. Ausentes,'cbn'l objeto de a-
slgnarla. a estos rabes. Esto
forma parte del programa des-
tinado a conseguir que los a-
Rricultores rabes se pongan al
nivel de la produccin en el
esto del pas.
por la compaa elctrica. Loa
penonomeos conceptan c.l-
vada la actual tarifa de luz y
de establecer la compaa .n&s
alta cuota en el suministro e
luz puede ocurrir serias diver-
gencia entre el pblico y ir.
compaa. Es de desearse que la
compaia elctrica encuentre
solucin al problema para JUC
ti comercio local continu aJ
paulatino desarrollo y no se en-
cargue en la comunidad el CjS-
:.) de la vida.
Alto jefe de la Ca.
Ford llegar el 12
de Mayo a Panam
E.U. presta a Hait
diez millones para
plan de irrigacin
PROTESTAN LOS TRABAJA-
DORES DE BOCAS DEL TORO
Finca 5, C'nangulnola
23, de Abril de 1951.
"El Sindicato de. Trabajado-
res de la Empresa U. F- Co. Ca-
pitulo de la Prov. de Bocas ucl
Toro", protesta enrgicamente,
sobre el Veto de la Ley, que ira-
f ta sobre Los Juzgados Seccio-
nales de Trabajo, en las partes
que corresponden a les Seccio-
nes Tercera y Quinta o sea la
Provincia de Chlrlqui y Bocas
del Toro y en lo que se rela-
ciona a los artculos Nos. 361, y
382 del Cdigo de Trabajo.
El porqu, urgen dichos Tri-
bunales de Trabajo en la Prcv.
de Chiriqu y~Bocas del Toio:
Primero: Los trabajadores u
Obreros de la Prov. de Chlrl-
qui, tienen que gastar por lo
menos (B. 5.00) para traa-
darse de Puerto o las Finca, a
^5^2i*^inM. h!n 'David para ir a entrevistarse
Los Estados Unidos han he- Ks Insnector de Tra-
cho un emprstito adicional de ~n0 e' ** r??** 1 .
diez millones de dlares a Haiti ^p l'fJ "clamo1,easJe vl?
para la construccin de una re- nte *!"' " cuat vicj"
presa y sistema de irrigacin!han "*rdid0 dlcn obrer03 el
en el de Artibonlte, segn ha a- valor total o ms del reciamo
nunciado el Banco de Exporta-1 me, trata de hacer y en resunjl-
cin e Importacin. Esta suma (
es en adicin a los cuatro mi- ------------------------
anteerlodridadlaCeS acU,tadM COn gro para control de las Inun-
daciones y almacenamiento de
El nuevo emprstito' s dedl- ,gUa, siendo estas las obras
mente%. cto de. *%$S P<**W del proyecto. Poste-
teriales necesarios para esta-1 nrmente se naraan las cns-
blecer el control de las ndica- trucDi,ones. de plantas .generado-
clones, depsitos de agua, irri- raa de energa elctrica,
gacion, drenaje y fomento a-
grcola dn una extensin de
30, 000 hectreas en el valle Se .
construir una represa en Pe- I ea El A VISO OlMirtlino'
das cuentes o se les hace Jut
ilcla a dichas reclamaciones.
Segundo: Por Otra parte, ua
obrero que vive en Guablto tie-
ne que viajar hasta Almirante
y luego tener que pagar pasaje
para trasladarse a la cabecera
del Distrito, dnde se encuen-
tra el 8r. Inspector de Trabaje.
Sn resumidas cuentas, es u
gasto de cuco balboas cad
viaje que haga, en sntesis cs
tamos en la misma sltuacOa
que Puerto Armuelles.
Por ste medio la Directiva
del Sindicato de Trabajadores
de la Empresa de la U. F. C,
Capitulo de la Prov. de Boca*
del Toro, solicitamos Solidari-
dad a los Sindicatos de la Ca-
pital, para que solidaricen coa
nosotros en esta Campaa.
Por el Sindicato de Trabaja-
dores de la Empresa U. F o<
Capitulo de la Prov. de Boca*
del Toro.
Cipriano Gamarra A
Secretarlo General
S. T. U. F. C.
Leslie Dole,
Secretarlo de Finanzas
Cirilo S- Cben
Srio. de Defensa y Trab
NORMAS
Toa Correspenaalee deberle
ceirse a isa see de-anasi-na-
das nornAas periodsticas. Debeij
enviar al peridico lee asantes
t noticias ms interesantes qua
afecten a la eamunidad. En as-
soluto se trata de una opertn-
nidad para hacer determinadas
campaas polticas.
Robert N Conn, Asistente Ad-
ministrativo al Director de le
Overseas Distributor Branch oc
ia Ford Motor Company, lle'jn-
t a Panam el 12 de Mayo
cionde pasar unos das conie-
renclando con sus distribuido-
res y dueos de flotillas de ve-
hculos automviles.
" Con anterioridad a su ascen-
so a) puesto ejecutivo que ano-
La Banda Republicana, balo ra ocupa, en 1950 en Jersey Ci-
mi direccin, ofrecer al L-'ty.el Sr. Conn fu Represen-
piosorio de Palo Seco durante tante de Ventas de la'Ford en
la tarde del primero de mayo Puerto Rico en 1949. fn :&v
prximo, un concierto, para ha-' y 1948 l estuvo estacionado en
la oficina de Cristbal, de la
Ford Motor Company, en ca-
lidad de representante de ven-
tas del territorio /centroameri-
cano, Antes de esa fec'na, el Ir.
Cenn estuvo dos aos en la
fiemas principales de Ford en
Dearborn.
Durante la Segunda Guerra
Mundial, el Sr. Conn sirvi a
lsu pas poc espacio de- cin.-o
aos en calidad de Teniente Co-
mandante en la Marina de le
EE. UTJ.. en el teatro del Pac-
fico, El estudi y se- gradu en
la Universidad de Michigan
%0F
Quiere dormir
como un beb?
Compra POSTUM hoy
-limo v Pfu.bolo!
Ahora Muchos Usan '
DENTADURA POSTIZA
con Verdadera Comodidad
Coma. Jiahlr. Has o cant, sin temor
a que su dentadura po*u>a se le des-
prenda o. caifa -do, 1*. boca FIXODFNT
latethKjnrlarl tu dentadura* poa-
niia-frrinJBj.v cmodamente en la
bocal Este pojvp.d saixv agradable no
deja- enVa'-.bora 'ningn, sensacin p-
Kalow NWaus nauseas' 1* alcalino Ino-
iF1XO-
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t'IERNES. ABRIL 27. 1551
H. PANAMA AMERICA DIARld INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Li.
u'*
I''
IN
i
Los anuarios de los planteles
particulares deben redactarse
en idioma espaol. Se establece
Comunicado del Visitador de
Escuelas Particulares
A los Directores de las Escuela*
y Colegios Particulares del Pas:
Los Anuarios y otros docu-
mentos que he recibido de parte
de algunos Directores de los
planteles cuya supervisin se
en las Escuelas Particulares, Sin
embargo, ciertos Directores, de
los planteles que imparten ense-
anza llnge (Espaol e In-
gls, con autorizacin del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin descui-
daron en cierto modo 41 cum-
plimiento del ARTICULO QUIN-
TO del citado Decreto, que a la
me ha confiado, correspondan-I ]et_ra dice: 'Todos los documen-
tes al ao lectivo 1950-1951, los tos tales como prospectos, bole-
he encontrado bien presentados; tines de calificaciones, certifi-
constltuyen Indudablemente un cados. ttulos o diplomas, AWUA-
esluerzo del personal admlnis- ros, revistas, reglamentos In-
tratlvo, docente y educativo, temos, planes de estudios, pro-
que merece reconocimiento. La gramas de enseanza, etc, que
mayora se ajusta a las disposl- usen las escuelas particulares,
clones contenidas en el Decreto DEBERN REDACTARSE EN
No. 43. de 22 de Abril de 1949, ESPASOL".PARGRAFO: "EN
por el cual se reglamentan la casos especiales, previo estudio
enseanza y el uso del Espaol de la situacin y solicitud co-
rrespondientes, el Ministerio de
Educacin podr autorizar el
uso de un idioma extranjero en
la redaccin de los documentos
o publicaciones a que se refiere
este Artculo, siempre que tal
redaccin se haga tambin en
Espaol y m le d a esta ltima
la preeminencia de rigor".
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH HERTONCIN1
Apartado 41S Apartado IM4
Felicitaciones
La seorita Judith Aroseme-
na celebr en el da de ayer
sus natales. A las muchas fe-
licitaciones que haya recibido
con tal motivo, le hacemos lle-
gar las nuestras muy cordia-
les.
E.U. quiere una
pronta y justa
paz con el Japn
TOKIO. Abril (USIS)- Los
Estados Unidos se mantienen
firmes en el Pacifico, y por me-
dio de consultas internacionales
buscan una pronta y justa paz
con el Japn, garantizada por
la seguridad colectiva, ha ex-
presado el Embajador Especial
John Foster Dulles.
El Embajador Dulles, quien
es el representante personal del
Presidente Truman en el asun-
to relative al tratado de paz
con Japn, discuti acerca de la
poltica de E.E. U.U. en un dis-
curso pronunciado ante la Aso-
elacin Japonesa pro Naciones
Unidas, antes de regresar a<-
Washington. Toda la semana
pasada la dedic el Embajador
Dulles a consultas con los di-
rigentes aliados y Japoneses so-
bre el tratado, el cual deber
estar listo a mediados de ao.
"Existe desde /fuego, algn
iesgo de guerra general, pero
personalmente fludo que los di-
rigentes de Rusia la quieran a
hora", dijo Dulles.
"Nadie puede estar seguro re
lo que pasa en la oscuridad del
Kremlin. Pero la experiencia
hasta la fecha indica que los
dirigentes de la Rusia Sovitica
propagaron el temor de una
guerra general principalmente
por que con ello ayudaban a
los partidos comunistas en los
pases no comunistas a fortale-
cer su posicin, de manera que
pudieran actuar desde aden-
tro", dijo el Embajador Dulles.
tome cada mes
APIOLINA
CHA POTE A U T
Precisamente, la preeminencia
a la redaccin en Espaol fue
la que no se dio en algunos ca-
sos, por lo que les llamo la a-
tencin para que apliquen las
disposiciones legales vigentes en
los aos venideros. Estas obede-
cen al desarrollo del Articulo 7o.
de la Consttlucn de la Rep-
blca de Panam que fice:
"El Espaol es el Idioma de
la Repblica".
Aprovecho la ocasin para ad-
vertirles una cuidadosa seleccin
de los avisos con que las empre-
sas comerciales ayudan econ-
micamente a la Impresin de los
Anuarios, de modo que en nin-
guna forma pugnen con la n-
dole eminentemente educativa
de los mismos.
Panam. Abril de 1951.
M. de J. Lineando.
Visitador de Escuelas
Particulares.
El nio Lenidas Snchez,
celebr en el dia de ayer sus
natales. A las muchas felicita-
ciones que haya recibido con
tal motivo, le hacemos llegar
las nuestras muy cordiales.
El nio Lenidas Snchez,
hijo del hogar de don Leni-
das Snchez y seora, sum
ayer jueves un ao ms de
vida. Formulamos votos porque
celebre muchsimos aos ms
con salud y bienestar.
Tambin celebr ayer jueves
sus natales la nia Stela Hal-
wany. Hacemos votos porque
disfrute de todo gnero de fe-
licidades.
Almuerzo de despedida
Al medio da fue agasajada
con un almuerzo de despedida
por la directiva de la Cruz Ro-
ja de Coln, la seorita Cata-
lina Sala/ar, quien saldr den-
tro de poco para California a
pasarse una temporada.
El agasajo se efectu en los
salones del Hotel Washington
y estaban presentes: i'oa Ana
Matilde Linares de Arlas, doa
Mara 8. de Miranda, seorita
Graciela Remn, doa Sara de
Caballero, doa Gilma de Pra-
da, doa Carolina de Motta,
dcaa Elena C. de Alvarado, do-
a Teresa de Quirs y doa
Betty de Greenway.
tectura en la Universidad de
Panam, hijo de don .........^i
Meana Canal y seora doa
Adela G. de Meana, se ver
hoy muy felicitado con motivo
de festejar un ao ms de vi-
da. Plcenos felicitarlo con tal
motivo.
Hasta la ciudad de Pan--"
extendemos nuestro cari oso
saludo al jowenclto ta*......
Souza Alvarado, quien suma hoy
un ao ms de vida rodeado
del cario de sus familiares.
La nllta Mary Ann Lomba-
na. hija de don Alfredo Lom-
bana y seora doa Leonor
Jaramillo de Lombana, celebra
hoy la grata fecha de su cum-
pleaos. Nos es grato enviarle
nuestras sinceras felicitaciones
en este dia.
Dominguin no
torear en una
Feria Espaola
MADRID, abril 26. (UP).
Se inform que el diestro ma-
drileo Luis Miguel Dominguin
no participar en las corridas
de la feria de San Isidro, Ma-
drid, debido a que no llego a
un acuerdo con la empresa.
Las corridas se celebrarn
desde el 13 de mayo al 19 del
mismo mes, los festejos tauri-
nos con las novilladas del da
20 y 21 de mayo.
El torero mexicano Luis Pro-
cuna participar en las corri-
das 'alternando el dia 14 con
Manolo Dos Santos y el dia 15
lo har con Paco Muoz y
Chvez Flores.
Cumpleaos, de hoy
Felicitamos a la seora do-
a Elvira de Galtn. esposa
del seor don Wenceslao Gai-
tn, quien en esta fecha cele-
bra sus natales.
El joven Jos Manuel Meana
estudiante del II ao de Arqul-
RECUERDE ESTA FECHA!
ABRIL 30
GRAN VENTA ESPECIAL en
ZIG-ZAG
Avenida Central 108 Tal. 2-3418
Cumpleaos de maana
En el dia de maana suma
un ao ms de vida la seora
doa Cristina Vlez de Vank'-
wartel, esposa del seor don
Enrique Vankwartel. Hasta la
ciudad de Panam en donde
reside, le hacemos llegar nues-
tras felicitaciones.
Queremos ser los primeros en
felicitar a la nia Graciela, Ma-
ra Arosemena Herrera, quien
maana sbado celebra su cno
mstico.
Una princesa con
sus damas tendr
la colonia china
.COLON, Abril. 27 Para que
un jurado de respetables caba-
lleros y damas escoja una prin-
cesa y cuatro damas que pre-
sidan los actos en la pagoda
china durante los das de la
Feria de Coln, la comisin or-
ganizadora designada por el
Club de la Colonia China, se
complace en invitar muy aten-
tamente para una reunin que
se efectuar hoy mlcoles, a las
8 p.m. en el club Chung Wah
Kung Boo, entre calle 8 y 9
Avenida Bolvar, a las seo-
ritas: Betty Kam. Hercllla Kam.
Betty Chan. Virginia Kam. Glo-
ria Yaap, Edna Lee, Rose Ma-
rie Lee y hermana. Pear Kam,
Ins Lowe, Cristina Wool, Regi-
na Kam, Lim A. Chang. Nor-
ma Wong, Lilia Gutierre?. N-
lida Tom, Daisy Chang, Grisel-
da Wong, Regina Kam, Isilda
Chong. Rose Lee, Alicia Wong,
Cora Lee y hermana, Fulvla
Yee, Greta Mon, Carmen Lee,
Angela Ho. Isilda Ng. Orace Ho,
Shirley Lee, Elena Wong, Es-
tella Chin. Pearl Kam, Jeau
Kam, Matilde Lam, Jean Wong.
Rosa Fung, Pauline Lim. Al-
bertina Lee, Sofa Yhap, Ismay
Ho, Lilia Ho, Frances Wong,
Muellng Lee, Lola Chin, Crage
Chip, Irene Garm, Hercllla
Kam, Virginia Kam, Regina
Kam, Ernestina Berro, Elba
Lam, Joyce Chen, Teresa Lou,
Poyce Chen Lowe, Grlselda Lay
y a todas las seoritas des-
cendientes de chinos residen-
tes en la ciudad de Coln.
Sin escrutinios y sin .rentas
de votos un Jurado escoger la
princesa y cuatro damas de ho-
nor, y. en la misma reunin
se tratarn asuntos de selec-
cin y uso de trajes tpicos chi-
nos en la pagoda durante los
dias de la feria.
Rinde homenaje al
Libertador diario
de Estados Unidos
NUEVA YORK, abril 27.
iUSISi La reciente reinsta-
lacin de la estatua del Liber-
tador Simon Bolivar nace po*
kente el hecho de que en el
mundo de hoy es enormemente
necesario el "idealismo militan-
te" del gran hroe surameno-
no. segn expresa el New Yoia
World Telegram.
En un editorial sobre el pe-
licular, el mencionado pertul-
co dice:
"Trasladada de su rstico em-
plazamiento en el Parque Cen-
tral, la estatua de Bolivar to-
ma su puesto en la plaza Que
encabeza la Avenida de la* A-
mrlcas. Al trocar su sitio com-
parativamente retirado por uno
r.s prximo al corazn de '.i
vida de la ciudad, el monu-
mento al Gran Libertador pue-
de ser una poderosa fuerza pu-
ra fomentar la comprensin de
nuestros vecinos latinoameri-
canos, sobre quienes ejerci l
tanta influencia como la de Jor-
ge Washington sobre nosotrjs.
"Es eminentemente aproDicU''
que la efige del Gran Libertador
sea vista por ms gente. La
siempre en l un Idealismo mi-
litante del cual existe enoi.i.e
necesidad en el mundo de hoy.
"Bolvar quiso que el Nuevo
Mundo alcanzara la sabida.a
> la felicidad de entre los err-
les y privaciones del pasao.
En una ocasin dijo:
"Renovamos en el mundo U
Idea de un pueblo que na si
contenta con ser Ubre y fujs.te
sino que quiere tambin, s>4
virtuoso".
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a a esta filosofa puede lr
ter Importantsimo aporte % U
Maternidad de las naciones"
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DENCIA A PRECIO DE ACTUA-
LIDAD. Sm 6 rtvimoros. 3 ba,
terrazas y grandes talones brin-
dan comodidad a numeroso fami-
lio. Situada n AVE. JUSTO ARO-
SEMENA No. 53. cerca o toda o
conven naos. Pora informas a ins-
peccin Home o: WOLFF Y ClA.
LTDA.. CoHa 5a.. 22, Tal. 2-2388.
II VENDE: Incubodoro alaetrko.
Ttt. 3-0255.
Acabamos da racibir cemento blonco.
cermica de color y vidrio verde
contra calor. Co Dulcidlo Gonz-
lez, Fbrica da Mosaicos. Av. Cu-
. ha No. 8.____
CORTES Y RETAZOS lloreodos y_ li-
sos un oran surtido racibi LA
MILAGROSA", Montesern 2.
JE VENDEN:Lonas y llantas usa-
das paro camiones. Varios tama-
os. Transportes "Intra." Colle
Jernimo de I Osso.
SE VENDE:Mquina de contabili-
dad (National) en perfectas con-
diciones. Precio gongt. Telfono
2-06)0._________________________
JE VENDE:Balanza mare "Tole-
do", casi nueva. Calle Juon Men-
dozo No. 10 (altos) ol lodo del
Cine Hispano.
, VENDE: Mquina de escribir
"Smith Corona", portoble. Dos se-
manas de uso. Llame Kobbe 6276.
IE VENDEN:Puertas nuevas, caoba
3' x T y V.'i x 1'. Precios rebo-
jodos. Cosa Admirable. Telfono
2-2027. Contigua a Loterio.
JE VENDEN: Cachorros de pe"0
policio belga. Informes: Comisa-
riato "El Coco". San Francisco.
Vendo llantos usadas: 600x16
? 750x20 825x20 900x20
00x16 1000x22 650x16
1000x20. Gernimo de la Ossa.
1 Intro)._____________________
Jf VENDE:Motor y occesorios de
li. Carretera Juan Diaz 5170
deus 4 torda. _____'
VEND:Botera elctrica "flu4-
! son" pira 500 pollitos, jaula y
occesorios toda clase pora cria de
i tollinas. Carretero Juin Dloz 5170
despus 4 torde.
JJE VNDE:Coso pequea, 6 pies
i por 12, apropiado para establo,
casa de juego para nio, etc., ma-
dera nueva usada, alambrado y
creosotado. Llomar Kobbe 6276.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE:Moderno caso concre-
to, magnifica inversin, produce
10%. Calle "A" No. M esquino
12 Oeste. Vase dueo altos.
Oferta te eeertunlaaa'. Tee mat
/.l 7,500 en al lenca Fiduciaria.
Lea traeaataataa rele a aarcial-
mtrrre pat diare a prapieaaae.
can buen aatcante. Mttivt viaje
urgente. Agencias Th.m.i, li.net
y Raices. Tel. 1-106. Av*. Cen-
tral 2S9 frente Edificio Calves.
SE NECESITA
Dwmfsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia y recomendacin. Ave. Pe-
ru 28, tercer piso.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada para
servicie domsticos. Ave. 4 de Ju-
lio No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios en general, qu sepe cocinar
y duerma en casa. Calla la. No.
13 altes.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para coci-
nar y lavar. Sueldo 6/.25.00. Pe-
rejil Ira. NO. 16 bajos.
VENDO:Lote da terreno en la me-
jor barriada del Parque Lfvre,
1.000 metros, doy facilidades d
pago. Inferme: Li. I. Upa* Sreu,
Tal. 2-2144.
VENDO:Lote de terreno di 1.525
metros, para Fbrica o Deposito en
La Sabanas. Precio reducido y fa-
cilidades de pago. Itterme: Lia. I.
Upan Gnu. Tl. 2-2944.
S VENDE: Cojo hifjieniet con
huerto grande y rboles frutales,
cerco colegios secundarios. Infor-
mes: Visto Hermosa, Calle Porto-
belo No. 43. __
SE VENDEN: Dos lotes en "Las
Cumbres" con un total 910 mts.2.
Precio atractivo. Lime 2-3387 6
3-0760.
JE VENDE:Chevrolet Pick-up ideal
para caza o tronsportocih, 4 llon-
I tai nueva B/.165; pno acordin
120 boio, teclas doradas, mquina
de escribir standard 67.20; victro-
la B/.8. Tel. 4-238 Cocol. Casa
419-EV
SE VENDE: Maquino calculadora
' imana, nueva "Brunsviga", mo-
lo 20. Puede verse donde "Po-
rras", Plozo 5 de Mayo.
SE VENDE:200 tanques de 5 ga-
lones o 75 c/u. 5 extractores d
ocnr oir, 5 gobinetes archivado-
resr-2 cajos registradoras, 3 gatos
frondes de taller, 400 sellos da hie-
rro. Calle Carlos A. Mendoza No.
72 frente Villonuevo y Tejeira. De
9.12 .m.
MISCELNEA
tjecute msica popular en piano y
guitarro. AdVendizoje en 6 meses.
Escobor. Colle 9a. No. 18 altos.
Tel. 2-2563.
RADIO EXPERTO, AFICIONADO:
Ajusta receptores con precisin.
SIN USAR INSTRUMENTOS." En-
ve $1.00 en carta certificada a
Agencias Giscome, Apartado 3124
Ponom. Tel. 2-0856.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Bote de motor, 20 pies
equipado poro la pesca, (luenes
condiciones. Sacrificio. Ocurra Ca-
sa 752-C. Corretero Balboa.
SE VENDE: Motocicleta 250 ce.
Mustang, buenas condiciones. Sa-
crificio. Casa 752-C, Corretero
Balboa.
PERSONALES
Anlisis de su letra es ti medio de
xito y popularidad. Escribo Box
403 Ancn. Paro anlisis en su co-
ta e visite 36 Vio Espoo Apto. G.
SE VENDE
Automviles
t VENDE:Corro Pockord-Clipper,
seis cilindros. Modelo 1942. De-
reches pagos. Buenas condiciones.
.Tal. 3-2430. _________
5ANGA! Ford ingls Sedan. 4 puer-
' tas. 25 millas por galn. $250.00.
Valo Ave Peru atrs. Cosa 23.
SE VENDE:CMdsmobile Convertible
1946, derechos pagos, capota
nuevo, llantas excelente;, radio.
buenos condiciones. Llame Balboo
, l3*.
SE VENDEPropiedad en Santo Cla-
ra, 4 loles, rboles de mango crea-
dos, palma reoles, bells vista d
los montaas y ocano, terreno al-
to, 5 minutos camino o playo, co-
so madera, depsito de cemento o
coso pora empleado, bomba y po-
zo en propiedad. Llamar 2-2757,
L. A. Koperski. Balboa.
VENDO:Coso estilo chalet de con-
creto en Calle 9a. Son Francisco
Lo Caleta, de 4 recmaras, salt.
comedor, cocina, 2 servicio y
cuarto, con servicio, garage. Terre-
no, mide: 889 metros. Acepfi per-
muta sobre otro Chalet pequeo.
Inferme: Lie. L. Lpe> G'ee, Tal.
2-1144.
OFRECEMOS: Coso de madero de
30 cuarto, perfectas condiciones.
Servicio nuevos de concreto. Ren-
ta bruta B/.270 mensuale. Situa-
do: Esquina Colle "S" y Mariono
Arosemena. Gron futuro comercial.
Informe:
AGENCIA DI HES RAICES
31, Vio Espaa. Tel. 3-4512. ..
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQU'LA:Local para oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILAN:Exclui'.vamente pa-
ro oficlno locales cntrico en tos
alto d) Avenido Central 44 a
precies mdico. Soliciten Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 y 10 cen-
tavo.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local para
cualquier uso de oficinas o escue-
la privada. Cntrico. Via Espaa
16. Tel. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA:247 Avenida Central
"La Cuchilla" pora fines comer-
ciales; local con dos puertas gran-
des a lo Avenida. Telfono 2-2638.
Dirigirse Ave. Central 163.
SE ALQUILA:Lo oficina y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por lo.
Ca. Colgate-Palmolive-Peef con
cabida de ms de 2.500 pies cua-
drados. Situado frente al Estadio
Nocional. Infrmese: Wolff y Co.
Lid*.. Colle 5o.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
Locles comerciales en Mariono Aro-
semena y Super Mercado Calido-
nia; tambin en Ro Abajo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutaud.
Tl. 3-0338.
In le Avenida Central, amplia lecal
medeme e indcp.n4i.nf, propio-
de pare MAYORISTA, FABRICA.
DEPOSITO u etre neaectt (400
mi). Tiene cmodo ettaclenamian-
te particular. Ca. de Lefevre, Ce-
rr "A" Na. 5. Tel. 2-3333.
SE COMPRA
I COMPRA:COPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier cantidad a 6/.250.00 la to-
nelada de 2.000 libras netas, bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesada en
nuestra planto de le ciudad de Pa-
nam. CIA. PANAMISA DI ACU-
T, S.A. Aporrado 1910 Panam,
Tal. 3-1371.
SI COMPRASIIO FRITO: (De-
rretido) de primero calidad a
B/.0.16 la libro neto, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudod
de Panam. Se advierte que se re-
chazar todo sebo de procedencia
extranjera o rodo sebo nacionol que
haya sido mezclado con sebo ex-
tranjero. CIA. PANAMISA DI
ACIITIS. S.A. Carretero del Aero-
puerto. Tel. 3-1371.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada pars
oficios domsticos. Via Porras No.
130.
SE NECESITA: Uno mpleoda en
Calle Estudente 75 No. 5.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada paro
cocinar. Avenida Tivoli No. 406-B
M NICISITA:Implee. en eaee-
rieacie in nlHM. ftatylr ft 25 lt
pars (alear baby. V.ne* 5 i 7
p.M. Ave. Balees, CIM 43.
SE NECESITA:Una empleado poro
servicio domstico, que puede sa-
lir al interior, euorrdo sea necesa-
rio. B/. 10.00 quincenales. Ave.
"B" No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para cui-
dar nio, dormir en empleo, certi-
ficado medio. Call 46 No. 27. In-
formes, Apto. 8. ,
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora ofi-
cios domsticos. Calle Estudiante
No. 82, Apto. 3.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada para
lavar y limpiar casa. Dormir en
empleo. Calle 48 No. 3. Ap>. 5.
SE NECESITA:Una buena cocinero,
familia pequea, buen sueldo, de-
ba dormir n el empleo, intil pre-
sentarse sin referencias. Ocurra:
Calle 52 Este No. 15.
SE NECESITA:Emplodo poro ofi-
cios domsticos. Vio Belisorio Po-
rras No. 131.
SE NECESITA:Empleado yira coci-
no, lavado y planchado pora dos
personas. Calle Colombio No. 3,
Apto, Na. 10.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos qu duerma en
cas. Acuda Ssstreria Panam Ele-
gante, Call 16 Est No. 8.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRAN:80 hojas de zinc de
6 7 pies d segunda mono. Li-
me 2-1508.
SE COMPRA: Cmara fotogrfico
de estudio, de segunda mono. Es-
criba al apartado 3411, Panam.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Cass
SE VENDE:-A precio de baratillo
precioso juego de recmara como
nuevo. Call 34 No. 7
SE VENDE: Cuno y estantito en
buenas condiciones. Calle 37 No.
19.
SE VENDE: 1 estante vitrina; 1
juego comedor. Parque Lefevre.
Calle 2o. No. 23._______________
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Phllco
4, 5 pies cbicos, derechos popa-
dos. Rozonable. Cosa 2151 -D. Cu-
rund.
SE ALQUILA
Aparteunentos
SE ALQUILAN:2 oportamentos *
B/.55.00 cada uno. Cosa 38, Ave.
Cuba. "Farmacia Vn."
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento pe-
queo en Calle 2o. No. 18. In-
formas altos d la misma.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento n C-
He 13 San Francisco. Via Porros,
Casa No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o de 3 piezas, cocino, servicios
Independientes. B/.50.00. Ave. A
No. 16.
SE ALQUILADRecmara amueblado
con pequeo comedor y cocina,
completamente independiente. Co-
lle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: En Vista del Mar
apartamento pequeo, semi-omue-
blodo, estufa, luz y gas. Linda vis-
ta, mucho oir. Tl. 3-0276.
SE ALQUILAAportamento, 2 re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, B/.55.00
lov. 85 Avenido Cuboi
S ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ave.
Central 74. Infrmese en tlifon
3-0088.
SE ALQUILA: Un apartamento di
un cuarto amueblado con un bono
y servicio independientes n Calle
36 Ete No. 67-A. Apto. 8. Lla-
me ol Tel. 2-1602.
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
De venta en
EL BATURRO
La colonia china ha ofreci-
do todo su apoyo y l efecto
escoger mediante la celebra-
cin de un escrutinio a una
princesa que prestigiar las ac-
tividades que se desarrollen en
i la pagoda que en la actualidad
I se viene construyendo n los
! terrenos de la feria. La prince-
sa china ser husped ce ho-
nor de la Reina de la Feria
durante todas las actividades
que se celebren en el reinado
de esta ltima. La princesa chi-
na ser electa en un concur-
so que se llevar a cabo el S
de mayo en el Club Chong Wan
Kung Soo.
Jurado ara la eliminacin
final:
Armando Moreno
Arqulmedes Fernndez
Coronel James Pumpelly
Yolanda Salas de Hirshfield
Luis Gonzlez,
Carlos Mouyni
J. J. Eckr
SE ALQUILA Un oportomento de (
uno recmara, sala-comedor en l i
Edificio "La Limeo", Ave. Per i
No. 25. Llame ol Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien'
ventilado con gron terraza, altos
de las oficinas peliculeros. Via Es-
paa. Tel. 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento, 3 cuar-
tos, servicio, cocina, B/.3S.00,
B/.30.00 por pago adelantado er
Calle 13 No. 31, San Francisco
Informes: Farmacia Laml, Calli
"P" No. 3. Tl. 2-0539.
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento de
unb recmara, sala-comedor y
otra de un cuarto recmara eri Ca-
lle 39 Este No. 20. Cs ftelen
pintada. Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos, recin pintados de una re-
cmara, sal y comedor y uno de
2 ercimaro* con cuarto de em-
pleada en la Caa No. 23 de la
Calle 50. Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Residencia con 3 re-
cmaras, 2 servicios, 2 porches,
cuarto empleado, garage, etc., en
Bella Vista. Ave. Justo Aroseme-
na No. 120. Informes: Telfono
3-3654.
SE ALQUILA: Un "Penthouse", 2
recmaras, sala comedor en el Edi-
ficio "Amporo", recin pintado.
Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
CONJUNTOS de COJINETES
(Unidades da Ballneras)
SEALMASTER
Sellados permanentemente
Pre-Lubrlcados
Alineacin automtica.
No espere necesitar una
Balinera para ordenarla!
Dganos el tamao y el tipo
3ue Ud. usa y nosotros las ten-
remos en existencia para
cuando las desee.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central Ne. l7t
Tel. 1-Mi Panama. R P.
i a.amm*mamM*mammmaam
SE VENDE:Juego d muebles chi-
nos da bano con incrustaciones de
ncar. Calle 6a. No. 11 bojos. Tel.
2-3792.
SE ALQUILA:Una recmara, tela
amueblado, refrigeradora, cocino y
telfono por algunos meses. Por
motivo da viaje. Calle 9o. No. 12
altos No. 4.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Serval, 25
y 60 ciclos en perfecto condicie-
ne, B/.IOO. Coso 523-C, Cocoll.
SE VENDE:Estufo de gas en B/.25
y una refrigeradora marca Servel
tamao grande de gas en, B/.50.
Informes Ave. Central No. 22.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos_______
SE ALQUILAN: Cuarto amuebla-
dos a 10 dlares semanales. Pen-
sin Pasos, Ave. Central No. 37
frente a la Loterio.
SE ALQUILA:Piea omplia pare-
la responsable. B/.30.00. Calli 7o.
No. 11, segundo olto.
SE ALQUILA:Cuortos en-lo Ave.
Jet Frncisco de la Ossa. Pre-
gunte por Juana Fletcher, Apto. 3.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con mueble
poro hombre. B/.6.60' semoneles.
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre, Parque Le-
fevre, Caso 32.
SE ALQUILA:Un oportemento de
un cuarto amueblado con un bao
y servicio independientes Justo Aro-
semena. Lime ol Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuortos frente al
mor amplios, limpios, confortables
muebles, pora matrimonio o jve-
nes honorables. Inmedioto Estacin
Autobuses , Mercodo. No. 5 pri-,
mera escolera Ploxo 2 de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio cholet, tres
recmaros, 2 baos. 2 porches, ga-
rage y bello jardn en Via Porras
81. Razn in Call 18 No. 8, San
Francisco.
SE VENDE:Juego recmor; Juego
comedor chico todo B/.300.0Q.
Calle 17 Oeste. Coso No. 21,
Apto. 15.
SE ALQUILA:I cholet de 2 reca-
maros en Colla 7o. Porque Letevre
por slo B/.50.00. Trine Garage
y 300 m2 de terreno. Llame al
Tal. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Casa mixto indepen-
diente. Altos tres reemoros, ser-
vicio. Bajos: Sala-comedor, cocino,
cuarto empleado, lavadero, espa-
cio para carro. Jardn, patio. Tres
minutos pora bus. Vio Belisorio
Porros, Colle 13, No. 7. B/.70.00
mensuales.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Motor marino usodo.
gasolina, 100 a 150 caballos, bue-
no condicin. Enve oferta. "MO-
TOR", Apartado 1039, Ponom.
SE NECESITA:Pintor de experien-
ci que sepa laquear muebles con
pistola. Via Belisorio Porras 130.
SE NICESITA: Dependiente con
referencias y conocimientos ingls.
Buena prisencia. Buen sueldo. El
Siglo. Av. Central 85.
SE NECESITA:Firmo de contadores
pblicos necesita dos personas con
experiencia, pora trabajo temporal
n auditora. Dirija su solicitud o
Contador, Apartado 134, Panam,
detallando experiencia y dando tres
referencias de trabajo.
Ferinos decentes, modestos, bien re-
lacionados como colaboradores-es
venta lotes' Cerro Campano, se
necesiten. Entindase con Ingeniero
Jote Eusebio Soto Borbn, Agente
General Comisionado y Asesor
Agrcola Empreso Berrocal, pro-
incremento cultivos hortolzos, fru-
tles y jordnes. Tel. 2-1728 de 8
a 12 a.m.
CUEROS
LEGTIMOS
DE TAPICERA
(Americanos)
69< pie cuadrado
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Tels. 2-2988 y 2-3335
Calla 16 Este No. 4
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle U Etti #4 Tel. Z-2W9
HEMOS
RECIBIDO:
Agujas de tejer
Copos de vidrio poro
Champaa
Vaso de i onxas
Mamaderas Evenflo.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
LA PRODUCCIN
4) Neg que el esfuerzo ds
movilizacin este dominado p-jr
una "conjura de grandes neko-
cos".
Si Insisti en que no tiene in-
tenciones de abandonar au
cargo.
6) Que la nacin est en el
"umbral de una nueva Ib.f c.e
ia revolucin ndustrlal" y que
uparte del esfuerzo total ,;a.a
la defensa, la capacidad pu-
d u c tiva noreamericana est
ampllindoee, y ae usarn "paia
una economa mejor, un mejor
nivel de vida y una mejor
norteamrlc".
Es inminente la
cito dijo que las fuerzas de .as
Naciones Unidas eafn rompien-
do todo contacto con las fuer-
zas comunistas, a todo lo lair.o
de los frentes central y occi-
dental.
El empuje rojo est dirigido
Lacla 'Sel en dos columnas Ti-
na estaba avanzando desde "l
norte a travs de Uljongbd y
la otra estaba Inundando re
hombres la carretera desde
Nunsan in el nor-oeste.
Los rojos tambin renoval on
su ofensiva de seis das en el
frente central. Las unidades a-
Persiana. Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 8-1713
FERTILIZANTE LIQUIDO
CALIFORNIA
NO ENSUCIA NO MANCHA
SIN OLOR
Contiene Nitrigene. Potasio
y Acida Fosfrico.
Se recomienda para
Plantas Arboles Prados.
De venta en pintas
y galones
en los
ALMACENES TROPIDURA
TROPIDURA ;,
Lo mejor por menos.
liadas tuvieron que retirarse
ante el ataque.
La ofensiva roja ha ODlitju-
do a loa aliados a retirarse ta-
ire 10 y 17 millas al sur el
Paralelo a todo lo largo del sec-
tor occidental d Corea, pero
los comunistas han pagado ta-
ro siis avances.
Los caones aliados estn
disparando* un promedio de .nil
andanadas por hora y cenlos)
de aviones aliados le estauan
ocasionando graves bajas a !>)
comunistas, pero sto cont-
uuabn presionando fantica-
mente.
Lo tsliadoa le estn cobran-
do a los rojoa mis de mil vicias
por cada milla que ganan.
II Comandanta del octavo &-
jrclto, General James A. Van
Fleet, en una vltlta al frente,
dijo que ti posible que hayan
ms retiradas en las cuales te
continuar cambiando terreno
por vidas chinas, pero dijo en-
fticamente que pensaba que 1
Ejrcito d las Naciones Uni-
das lograr ditener lw ri-
jos al norte del Rio.
Los avifis norteamericano;
continuaban volando en medio
de la lluvia y la poca visibilidad
para darle el apoyo que neccal-
lan las fuerzas aliadas en e'
frente. A pesar de lat condicio-
nes desfavorables del tiempo,
un grupo de 55 aviones de com-
bate mat a ms de 150 tolda-
dos comunistas (fue te encon-
traban avanzando por una ca-
rretera cerca de Uljongbu.
Los aviones aliados solos han
causado la muerte de aproxi-
madamente 10,000 soldados co-
munistas desde que coment la
ofensiva roja l Dominio n
A noche, y stos clculo! s..n
"conservadores"
El total de Baji comunista.-,
causadas^ por la artillera y .a
lucha terrestre, qu a vect* se
produce cuerpo acuerpo. *e
cree que han pasado d 40.000
a base de varios clculo* del
frente.
CLUB DE B/. 3.00
CAMA DE CAOBA, talla-
da, spring corriente, col-
chn de algodn.
a CAMA DE CAOBA, spring
en espirales, colchn de
algodn (sin talla).
PEINADORA MODERNA,
espejo 30 x 48.
a ESTANTE ROPERO di
40", espejos interiore.
MUEBLERA tuon
"MUEBLE GANADO,
MUEBLE ENTREGADO"
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
e La mis antigua.
a La ms acreditada.
e La da mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS (IKUKNES
Rio Abajo 2154I 3-MI
Almacn (alie "I" #
Tel. t-1751
leemos 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. J-IS03
Bilocan cadveres
anta el tribunal naval de In-
vestigacin, mientras los buzos
de la Armada buscaban los ca-
averes de las victimas, entre
las cuales se contaban los de
los eoatrr) tripulantes del avin
de la Armada y los 34 pasaje-
ros y cinco tripulantes del avin
de pasajeros.
Ya al anochecer, los buzos d
la Armada haban rescatado -o.
cadveres mutilados de toai
las personas qu Iban en el s-
ln d pasajeros, sumergin-
dose hasta el fondo del mar
10 metros de profundidad y lu-
chando alrededor de los escom-
bros del avin hundido en el
Ibndo del oejano- Slo seis di
esos cadveres han sido iden-
tificados.
Ayer se rescataron los cada-
veres de dos de Jo hambres-de
la Armada pocas horas despus
de chocar los aviones altura de
ms de 1.300 metros. Ayer e."
a tarde se extrajo hasta la su-
perficie del mar el armazn ael
pequeo avin de la Armada,
pero no se hallaron los cadve-
res de los otros dos hombreo
El Teniente E. L. Mennetlv
de l Armada francesa que se
est entrenando n" Cayo Huoso
dijo al Tribunal Naval que el
"avin de pasajeron choc de
lado con el avin de la
Armada".
NO HA VARIADO LA
rlado en forma alguna, y estn
llevndose a cabo nor medio de
diversas ramas del Gobierno
dijo Acheson en conferencia con
todo loe periodistas
Acheson hizo pblico el ten-
t de un canje de notas dj 3D
de enero y 9 de febrero de 951
entre el encargado de Negocios
de EE. UU. en Tapei y el Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
de la Repblica de China. Se
establecen en ese canje de no-
tat los trminos para la ex-
tensin de la ayuda militar de
los Estados Unidos a China El
canje d notas constituye l
acuerdo.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
metores nro PARA OCUPAR
INMEDIATAMENTE
UN LOCAL completamente
equipado.
cea nftrlni (trlvid par la cerdrle,
(M-tata. taparlo para cuatro earl-
tariM, Dteartamcnt tt nbaraue,
tes tpAcltw. dn itrvlctos. Calle tt
Btt y Avacild Balboa. T*l. 3-3M1
dorante har c tirina.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO No. 18
EL SUSCRITO COBUtNDOR DE LA
HACE SABKr':
Qno I Lio, Juan B Corvare, abofada
d( ata letalidad, a Jarcele dal Mdar
roaforldola por I .or ABEL tjUlN.
TKRO. ka lolieitado a tita AdminUtr
i-ion. para iu podardanta, la djudicaclda
a titulo da compra, d* ua (lobo do ta-
rrada hlate nacional denominado "lab
Pradera', ubicado da I CorrbtlMIeat
da Lidie*, Olatrlto a Capira. de una
eitenaidn aopdrfleiari* db KCIS XKO
TAREAS C(N DOS MIL METROS OLA.
DRADOS ( Hti. 200 M. datr* M
loa altuMalea linderoa:
NORTE. Ro Pereoet; i
SUR, poacila de Juan Rodrlfuoi.- i
ESTE, tlarrea nitimlu i
OESTE, llarra MalaMld y finca tt
Arcedlo Fotkr.
En cumplimiento a la dlapueito en et
trtieule II ti It Ur t tt lili, te
fija I prranl* atleta in later nllble
de cite Dpacho dn Ib Alcltlt 4t
Dlat.-ito d apira, por treinta da ni-
kUM, para a* lodo aul tab i ooni-
dire ltk>ftle M iui titbellei. tai tt
ti tillr di tiardpa epert.no.
fijado lit lie* 4* I* manan I al
dl* reintluna di Abril de mil nev.oiea
tai rinouente > unb. _
BU Gbdriidor. Adttbr. frdr. le TI
rril t Beiouee.
J.i Dttattt* Sat*.
El Secretarlo,
Fllate Reamar* Lipi.
Ea capia eortfarm*.
Panam, tt de Abril de 1*61.
El Secrettrio di la Gobernado*.
Perla* Remire Late.
EL SUSCRITO COiERNADOR DE LtV
PROVINCIA DE PANAMA, ,
ADMINISTRADOR DE TIERRAS
Y eVCSQUES.
AL PUBLICO.
MACE SABER:
Que ti Lie. Juan B Cervtri, ibeted*
da alta localidad, en ejtrclelo del peder
conrerdol* por I* aajtara Aureli Uri*
da Prea en repre.e*tcin 4* tu Mlb*r
hijo ELADIO CAMPOS, ha eoliclt.de. m
U Admintttracldn. par* tu pelerdanie.
I* adjudicarlo titilo de carapra, da
un globo de terreno baldo naeional *
nominado "La Ami.UdY ubcalo In Lie
Monjil. Dlltrito I* Capiri, M un* -
tiMiA*. lupcrftrit i* taaa hcta-
RfcAS CON DOS MIL CIlWM.WaBN-
TA Y OCHO METROS CUADRADOS i*
Ht. till til. dentro t* Ib* ilsdl**t**>
llndtre:
NORTE, propiedad te 1* tr*. Miebdta.
Pittl de Catiro (pliso Re. Ill t* It
te Junio te UU) |
8UR, pe.eaion I* 1* .ore EMla 1*1
Roaario: i
.ESTE, tierr. ion.lia; ,
OESTE, carretera Mcionel.
tn cumplimiento lo dtiputtro e* ti
articule II de la Le ti dl lili.
(ija el preaint* Edicto tn luttr eltlbla
de ette Datpwho y en la Alcatifa ttl
detrito d* Capir. per treUta diet ba-
tir**, per aldre leilonedo .n aui dencbi, loa
hada ttler i* tleaiay) epertuao.
Fijado Ita ocheVdle 1* meban Mi
da dlntluno le IbrVde mil **vcl**-
lo ciaeuMile 1 ., _,.
El Oeb*rador. AlmobJ Pro, * Tile
rr. y Bttadtl, *^ .
Jbal Demhtie Sel*.
El Secretario,
Felipe Remore Uaeay
Bt oopi conforme.
Plelma. 21 I* Abril d* JtL
El Secretarlo da I* Opbiralelea
r*H|M R**t*r* Lape*. N
RICARDO fABRIGA
Notario Pblico Situado dtl Circuit*,
I* pinimi, con Cetul* Ne. 7.TSI.
CERTIFICA:
Due por atadlo da la Eaeritur* .Pdblr
ca No. *IS de Abril 1> dl illl d* la
Notar! t f *rt. lo* *Brea SAL-
VADOR CONTRKBAS Y OW
AYALA k*n telard* dituelt* y liba
ttl* I* *)>cledtt cilietlvi I* eebtirt.e.
de re.pomabilldd limitad* danmlaao
AYALA Y CONTERAS, COHPAftlA.
LIMITADA."
Qua al Aqtlro j el pivo lo Murne
ti todu Afapito Ajele.
Dtdo en at Cll*d te PaataU. lo*
tree* 113) dl** del me de Abril dtl
alto de mil novecientos elaeaeat* y ua
a""- Rice*. Pk...
Notarlo Publica Setabtb
1.1. 10001.
Habr pagoda
Dos Contadores
con experiencia en Contabili-
dad j Anditm-ia solicitan em-
plee Dominamos tanto l in-
(ls cerne el espaol. Favor
dirifirst a H.S.T.". Apartado
ttl, Panam, ft. de P.
- .
GANGA
SE VENDE
ESTUFA TAPPAN
toda *lt porcelana
completamente naeva
II
i 100
Ocurra a la
Ca. Econogas
Calle 34 Edificio Lax
Tel. S-Nl s-tsat
75c por una
Refrigerador
Todava puede Ud. obtener
una magnifica
Refrieradora ADMIRAL
petando teto 75<
mu
mueblera
casa sparton
Aproveche eata tportuaidatl.
Central 223 Calldenia
TU. 2-1M1
eleccin se llevar a cabo por
medio de un Jurado de damaa
y caballeros, y no habr eteru-
Unios ni ventat de votoa.
Las candidatas para princesa
2 sus damas de honor seria
lesidas de entre el slgulema
grupo de bellsimas seoritas. .
Betty Kam, Hercllia Karrt,
Betty Chan, Virginia Kam, Glo-
ria Snap, Ulna Lee, Rose Maria
Lee, efar Kam, Ins Lowe, Cris-
tina Wong, Regina Kam, Lina
Chang, Norma Wong, Lilla Gu-
tirrez, Nllda Tom, Daisy Chan,
Oriseldt flong, Isilda Chonga
Rose Lee, Alicia Wong, Cora Lea
y Hma. Fulvia Yee, Greti Yonj
Rita So,, Carmen Lee, Angela?
Ho, Isilda Ng Grace Ho. Shirley
Lee, Elena Fong, paulina Lim;
Albertina Lee, Sofa Shap, Ma-'
tilde Lam, JeanFung, Rosa Fung
Ismay Ho, Lilla Ho, Franca
Wong. Muellna Lee, Lola Chin,
Grace Chin, Irene Gram, Er-
nestina Berrio, Elva Lam, Joyc
Chen, Theresa Lee, Grlselda Ltjr
<1
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VIERNES. ABRIL ti. 1M1
MS-
01 MNAMA AMnCA DIARIO mlPENDIENTI?
PAGINA 8IET
l.T

Inuruiei par* esta seccin recib la
rCeaaccn Social
de EL PANAMAAMERICA
TstfM* Milt
ORAS. I:M a lt:N
AsarUM 114
3
CfteKtail
El Primer secretarlo de la
Embajada de los Balados Un-
aos, seor Albert I. Carter y
Sfiora ofrecieron ayer un
detall en su residencia, al
cual fueron Invitados distin-
guidas personalidades de nues-
tro mundo oficial y diplomati-
cs ______
Recibo
Con motivo de cumplir tus
Qitt aftoa, el nlflo Luwrnce
Chewning Fabrega, tendr si
placer d recibir a sus amigue-
tos en tu residencia, en la ca-
ll 6. No. 19 desd las cinco
d li tard en adelante.
flor Ricardo A. Mir y seora
Gladys M. de Mir en 1* calle
Colombia No. 14 una barbacoa
a beneficio d la Guardera
infantil del Club mteramrica-
no de Mujeres. La entrada
cuesta solamente B.1.00 y un
entretenido programa ser pre-
sentado a los concurrentes.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Pablo A. Thayr y
seora Maria 8. de Thayer han
trasladado su 'residencia a la
calla Gerardo Ortega en Cam-
po Alegre, en donde s ponen
a las rdenes de sus amistades
Reunin de las Damas
Guadelupanas
Se recuerda por este medio
a las Damas Guadalupanas qu
el martes primero de Mayo t
las 11 a.m. tendrn una reu-
nin muy Importante en el sa-
ln Claret
MrBacoa a Beneficio d la
Guardera Infantil
Hoy desde las 7 p.m. tendr
rara Nleragua
Despedimos atentamente a 6.
E. el Ministro d China, Dr.
Chng Chn-Yu, quien sigui
yr para Managua por la vi
area.
Para les Estados UnMs
Despus de varios aos d
permanencia en Panam, rs*
6retaron hoy a lo Estado
nidos, l Cnsul d dicho pit
y administrador d la Embaja-
da, seor Raymond A. Phelna
y seora. Los despedimos cor-
dialmnte.
Guardia, acompaado d tu
hijo Ricardo. La saludamos
cordialmnte.
Saludamos al tftor Enrique
Mir Suelada y seora Pacnis
A. d Mir Quezad quines
regresaron d una corta tem-
porada patada en Nueva York.
D Lima
Regres d Lima por la va
area Al seor Antonio Estila-
sen. Le presentamos un cordial
taludo de bienvenida.
Enterases
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos la seora Aminta 8. d
Navarro quin sufre quebrantos
de salud n l Hospital Pana-
m.
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al secundo secretario de la
Embajada de los Estados Uni-
dos, seor Wallace LaRu,
quien embarca hoy rumbo a
Nueva Yok n viaje d vaca-
clones.
De los Estados Unidas
Despus d haber pasado una
temporada en California, j-
greso n dis pasados Pana-
m la seora Mt M. d d l
EL CLUB DE GOLF DE PANAMA, S. A.
ANUNCIA
Que a partir del Jueves, 3 de Maye d 181. ofrecer *
las Seoras de los socios del club, un T precedide de an
Juego d Cartas, loa Jueves de cada semana, desd las
2 d la Urde en adelante.
LA GERENCIA
Se encuentra recluida en l
Hospital Santo Tomas por mo-
tivos de salud el seor Carlos
Diez. Ojal mejore pronto.
Abandsnan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la me-
toria de la seora Haydee de la
.. d Ehrman quien abandon
Ayer l Hospital Grgas.
Abandon ayer el Hospital pa-
lma n donde
or motivos d
nam n donde estuvo recluido
Jor motivos d talud el ttftor
uan d A. Oallndo. Nos alegra-
mos.
*

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Tel. 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG
Call a. No. 1
LOS NUEVOS CURSOS COMIENZAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
Estenografa y Mecanografa an tpaol t ingls.
Contabilidad. Redaccin Ingle
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
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La seorita Clalre Voorhees,
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Nigase que MacArthur abog
por el envo de tropas a China
Por STEFFAN ANDREWS
WASHINGTON, Abril. 27 (EPS
Un congresista de Carolina del
Sur dice que el general Mac
Arthur nunca ha abogado por
el envo de tropas norteamerica-
nas a la tierra firme de China,
como lo aseguran los voceros de
la administracin Truman.
Se trata del representante W.
J. Bryan Dorn que acaba de
regresar de Corea, el cual dice
que habl con el general Mac
Arthur y le pregunt especfica-
mente si deseaba usar las tro-
pas nacionalistas chinas en Co-
rea.
El general le contest que con-
sideraba que esas tropas er.-.n
buenas y que ciertamente de-
seaba utilizarlas en la lucha
contra los comunistas coreanos.
Ms tarde, en otra conversa-
cin de carcter ms intimo di-
jo que lo que se necesitaba era
que los nacionalistas llevarn
sus operaciones a la tierra fir-
me china, por lo menos en par-
tidas de guerrilleros.
Dorn agrega que en su visita
a MacArthur le acompa el re-
presentante O. K. Armstrong, y
que ambos hablaron tambin
con el general Mathhew Ridg-
wav en el frente coreano.
En congresista de Carolina del
Sur dice que personalmente ha
apoyado a MacArthur en su dis-
puta con Truman, que dio por
resultado la destitucin del ge-
neral, "porque el fuego tiene
que contestarse con fuego". Por
otra parte, los Estados Unidos
no desempearan ningn panel
en un asalto de los nacionalis-
tas contra la tierra firme chi-
na. Pero as como se le dieron
a Inglaterra cincuenta barcos
de guerra antes de que los Esta-
dos Unidos interviniera en la
guerra mundial, podra hacerse
con los nacionalistas algo apa-
recido. Deberan ser ayudados
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas listas para hacerle
frente a la ofensiva roja
i con barcos y otros materiales,
asi como Rusia ayuda a los co-
munistas chinos y coreanos.
Tal ha sido el punto de vista
de MacArthur, afirma Dorn. El
general ha considerado que For-
mosa es ms Importante que
cualquier punto del Occidente
en la lucha contra el comunis-
mo. Ms Importante que Francia
por ejemplo. Pero no ha abogado
por el envi de tropas norte-
americanas a territorio Chino.
Dorn tuvo oportunidad de ha-
blar tambin con -varios lderes
japoneses, quienes le manifesta-
ron que los comunistas chinos
tenian mucho que sentir de los
rusos.
Algunos de esos lderes-entre
ellos varios miembros del par-
lamento japons-han estado en
Hongkong ltimamente y los chi
nos residentes all les mostraron
cartas de China que demostra-
ban que el noventa por ciento
de sus compatriotas eran anti-
rusos.
Todo chino educado, espe-
cialmente si ha estado en el oc-
cidente, o que tiene propiedades
o es un tcnico, vive bajo el pe-
ligro de ser liquidado por los co-
munistas. Millares de ellos han
sido ejecutados ya. Como resul-
tado de estas ejecuciones en ma-
sa el pueblo chino ha cobrado
gran odio hacia el rgimen co-
munista. "Tal fu el Informe
de los japoneses.
El congresista aade que. en
su conversacin con el general
Rldgway, nuevo comandante en
Jefe en Corea, ste expres la
seguridad de que podra conte-
ner a los comunistas coreanos y
chinos. "No estaba preocupado
por los chinos", dice, "sino ni-
camente por la posibilidad de
que los rusos decidieran en cual
quier momento hacer causa co-
mn con ellos."
WASHINGTON, abril 27.
(USIS) El Departamento ie
Defensa de los Estados Unios
declara que la tan esperada o-
fenslva general de los comunis-
tas en. Corea est en marcha pe
io que las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas estn bien pie-
paradas para hacerle frer.u.
Las tropas comunistas chinas
hicieron una penetracin en el
sector central directamente al
sur de su zona de concern *-
clon, pero un vocero del Depar-
tamento dijo que las fuerzas
de la ONU estuvieron en ca-
pacidad de llevar a cabo con-
traataques en otros sectores an
en momentos en que los ata-
ques chinos alcanzaban su ma-
yor Intensidad.
Despachos de la zona de oa-
talla para la prensa indican
que las tropas enemigas au
llegado a doce mllias al sur oel
Paralelo 38 en el frente central.
Se inform que la carretera de
Sel a Chunchon al sur del Pa-
ralelo haba sido cortada en un
punto.
El Teniente General Mattnciv
B. Rldgway, Supremo Comu.-
ciante Aliado, expres su "co.n-
pleta confianza" en sus fuizas
y declar que ellas "cumuii-
rn plenamente la misin que
2t las ha asignado", de echtr
atrs al agresor comunista, se-
gn dicen despachos de prensa.
Se Informa que el General
Rldgway ha declarado: "Paie-
ce que este ser el esfuerzo o-
tensivo ms grande que hasta a
hora haya hecho el enemigo,
an cuando no ha alcanzado
an sus fuerzas mximas".
Los despachos de prensa an
cuenta de que las bajas del *
nemlgo pasan de once mil Un
solo en la lucha terrestre.
Los europeos comparan al
General MacArthur con los
ms grandes genios militares
Por fiault MacGowan
(N. A. N. A.)
ESTRASBURGO, abril 261
(EPS) El futuro del genital.
MacArthur se ha convertido en
ti principal tpico de conver-
sacin en Europa oeledentai. Ls
comparado constantemente en
ci mariscal Montgomery y m
el general George Patton. Tam-
bin con el general de Gaulle
figuras que han dado origen a
constantes discusiones-
Aunque su misin estaba muy
alejada de las intrigas polti-
cas europeas, la destitucin de
MacA/thur oscurrecl todos los
otros temas Internacionales, In-
clusive los debates finales del
Plan Schuman y el regreco a
Pars del canciller alemn Aoc-
nauer. a pesar de que ste ha
sido el primer alto funcionario
alemn que haya visitado a Pa-
rs desde que Hitler bail de
contento en los Campos Elco?
Los europeos les preguntas a
cuanto norteamericano se en-
cuentran qu piensan de Mac-
Arthur. Los diplomticos han a-
prendldo a contestar con cau-
tela. Pero los europeos se deci-
den con rapidez y una respu-.s-
ta poco satisfactoria provoca a
veces un incidente personal.
ra hacer arrlegada cualquier
protesta.
Sin embargo, parece claro que
el deseo tanto de las potencias
occidentales como de los rusos
de negociar reducir la posibi-
lidad de que incidente fronte-
rizo o un choque de menor im-
portancia precipite una guerra
mundial. Curiosamente, pare-
ciera que tanto el este como el
oeste piensan que el factor
tiempo trabaja a su favor. Las
naciones libres lo necesitan pa-
ra rearmarse. Y los comunistas,
por lo que puede juzgarse, pa-
recen proceder conforme a la
dogmtica teora de que el oc-
cidente va a hundirse de todos
modos y que lo mejor que puede
hacer Rusia es reforzarse como
arsenal del movimiento comunis
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cese, norteamericanos, etc. que
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bras internacionales se mueven
alrededor de la posibilidad de
que estalle una tercera guerra
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dirlo, o, en caso de no ser esto
posible, de hacerle frente.
La mayor actividad detrs de
bastidores se desarrolla en es-
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el cuartel general del general
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I. PANAMA AMKItlCA DIARIO INDirBNDIENTt
PAGINF NORVI
i^mirnMiiwi-Tii
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Est dispuesto Estados Unidos a
bombardear las bases manchurianas
[. Se hacen estudios
para construir un
puente en Coln
COLON 27 (ROS)Compla-
' ce a esta ciudad, dos proyecta-
das obras, que de realizarse N-
" ;,olevrian en si parte de la si-
tuacin econmica la provincia.
Informe llegados en la maana
de ayer a asta de la poblacin
ua Salud en la Costa abajo, ui-
*. alctn que al parecer la actual
-administracin construir ei
puente sobre el el "rio Salud',
ya que desde el jueves dlc y
nueve de los corrientes, Ingj-
raeros del Departamento de O-
fcrai Pblicas, se hallan tomaa-
' do la Topografa del rio salud.
,st construccin llenara ana
~e las necesidades ms necesa-
T has de la costa por lo que os
; de esperarse que la menciona-
da obra, no slo quede en c.J-
dlo, sino que lleve a feliz IW
mino.
As mismo, se nos inform que
en el cufso de esta semanr\
<__tambin ser Iniciada la oous-
:
i
Significativa alusin hace
la prensa oficial de Rusia
al conflicto anglo-irano
MOSC, abril 27. (UP). El
Izvestla* dijo, al comentar la
concentracin de buques de
guerfa britnicos en el Golfo
Persa en conexin con los dis-
turbios anglo-lranios, que "esa
concentracin no puede ser con-
siderada como Otra cosa que
la Intencin de presionar a Irn
y asi intervenir activamente en
los asuntos internos de este
pais".
El "Iz vest La" repel una In-
formacin anterior de que Es-
tados Unidos est haciendo to-
do lo posible por apropiarse to-
dos los intereses britnicos en
Irn, cuyos esfuerzas culmina-
ron con la reciente visita del
Secretarlo de Estado asistente,
truccin de la carretera del
Escobar.
Ir*
ti
Est atento
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i
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para el 2 de Mayo
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Oeorge McOhees a Irn.
Dl]o que los gobernantes bri-
tnicos "estn alarmados por
la descorts invasin america-
na de la vieja esfera de domi-
nio britnico eh el Medio y
Cercano Oriente. Por lo tan-
to, las clases gobernantes bri-
tnicas estn perdiendo su po-
sicin".
El "izvestla" tambin dijo
que existe mucha discusin en-
tre los circuios diplomticos en
Mosc, en relacin al tratado
sovltico-iranio de 1821, por el
cual je le concede a la Unin
Sovitica el derecho de invadir
a Irn para proteger sus pro-
pios intereses en. caso que una
tercera potencia amenace inva-
dir o intervenir en los asuntos
Internos de Irn. Los rusos in-
vocaron este tratado en 1941
para evitar la ocupacin ale-
mana y su avance hacia el
Cucaso.
La prensa sovitica no se ha-
ba ocupado del Tratado de 1921
desde que comenzaron los dis-
turbios anglo-iranlos, pero ha
seguido de cerca los aconteci-
mientos. Existe moy poca duda
entre los observadores extran-
jeros qe.que los soviticos bus-
carn la manera de asar los de-
rechos que les confiere el Tra-
tado en caso que las fuerzas
armadas extranjeras desembar-
quen en Irn.
Celebra su 400o.
aniversario la U.
de San Mareos

LIMA, (Especial) La Uni-
versidad de San Marcos, la mas
antigua en las Americas, cele-
brar el mes prximo el ICOo.
aniversario de su fundacin on
un impresionante despliegue de
ceremonias.
En esa oportunidad sern
presentados grados honorgicos
a los rectores de las universi-
dades ms importantes en el
Hemisferio Occidental. Se*-un
funcionarlos locales de Pana-
gia, muchos de ellos han het^o
ya sus reservaciones para -
iistlr.
El cuarto centenario de la U-
niversidad servir tambin- dt
ocasin para realizar un n-
mero de diferentes congresos de
los principales Intelectuales idcl
mundo, incluyendo conferencias
Ue quimicos, profesores de le*
yes, filsofos y profesores .de
medicina.
La mayor parte de las cere-
monias relacionadas con la ce-
lebracin tendrn lugar duran-
te la semana del 10 al 17 de
Mayo, figurando entre ellas ui.
Te Deum en la Catedral de
Lima-
La fecha de la verdadera
fundacin de la Universidad fu
el 12 de Mayo de 1951, cuando
Carlos V de Espaa emiti nti
decreto real autorizando su es-
tablecimiento a solicitud del R.
P. Superior de la Orden Dcn.-
nlca en Lima, Fray Toms de
San Martin. El decreto conce-
di a la nueva Institucin le
mismos privilegios, derechos y
libertades otorgados a la Un
versidad de Salamanca, que n
esa apoca era uno de los cen-
tros principales de enseanza
en el mundo.
Una ligera mejora
ha experimentado
el anciano Perain
ILE D'YEU, Francia Abril 26
(UP) El estado general del
tx-Mariscal Henri Philippe Pe-
iiin experiment hoy "una li-
gera mejora" y los mdicos di-
jeron que estn "asombrados"
del rpido alivio del anciano de
98 aos de edad. Petaln ca*o
victima de pulmona bronquial
hace cerca de tres semanas.
CANAS
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trato: Un cuarto litro de uu, un "irtl
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Si los rojos usan
aviones rusos as
tendr que hacerlo
Por Stefan Andrews
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, abril X
i EPS) La administracin
Truman est preparada para
adoptar por lo menos una par-
te de la estrategia del General
MacArthur, aun cuando se o-
ponga pblicamente a ella, se-
gn ha sabido de buena fuente.
La parte en cuestin es el
bombardeo de las bases areas
comunistas en Manchuria.
81 los rojos lanzan aeropla-
nos o submarinos suministrados
por los rusos a la ofensiva, co-
mo se cree que lo harn, las
fuerzas areas norteamericanas
recibirn orden de destruir las
bases enemigas al Norte del
Yal.
Un vocero del Departamento
de Estado declara que este plan
ha sido ya aprobado "en el
"ms alto nivel", pero insis-
ti en que slo por coinciden-
cia fue lnvovada tal estrategia
por el General MacArthur.
Aunque otros funcionarios o-
flclales. Inclusive varios de la
Casa Blanca, apoyaron tale.*
manifestaciones de su colega,
no hay duda de que los lti-
mo acontecimientos han hecho
que la administracin se apre-
sure en formalizar el plan en
cuestin.
Los ltimos informes de Co-
rea sealan que los comunis-
tas estn organizando una po-
derosa fuerza area, con milla-
res de aeroplanos de bombar-
deo y de propulsin a chorro
fabricados en Rusia.
81 esta organizacin contina
y los chinos se deciden a lan-
zar tales aviones contra los a-
liados en su ofensiva de pri-
mavera, el programa de Mac
Arthur ser puesto en accin
inmediatamente.
El gobierno norteamericano
no ha querido aceptar esta es-
trategia por el temor de que
origine la Intervencin de Ru-
Expulsado del leonismo sujeto
que se hizo pasar como mdico
y estaf a varias personas
negocios que apoyan el progra- Burgln, jefe de Investigacin
ma de la institucin.
El objeto de la reunin sore
ios negocios en la Amrica La-
tina ser explicado por Miren
para las repblicas americanas
CU la oficina de asuntos latino-
americanos del Departamento
ce Estado.
OCU, 27 de Abril (Correspon-
sal)El Club de Leones de esta
localidad acord pr resolucin
aprobada unnimemente pro-
testar de la manera ms enr-
gica del proceder incorrecto del
ex-miembro de este Club Sr.
Eduardo ollvarrleta y expul-
sarlo del aeno del leonismo, co-
mo tambin hacer pblica esta
decisin para conocimiento de
los dems clubes de leones.
El Sr. Eduardo Olivarrleta,
fu el mismo que se hiciera pa-
sar como mdico y que fuera
contratado por el Departamen-
to de Salud Pblica, para ejer-
cer funciones en el interior
asignndole la poblacin de
Ocu. Ms Urde el Director de
sla en Corea, lo cual serla el
comienzo de la tercera guerra
mundial. Pero si los aeropla-
nos soviticas entran en ac-
cin, el conflicto ser ampliado
por los ruaos, quienes carga-
rn con la responsabilidad his-
trica de haber provocado la
tercera guerra mundial.
En tal caso, el Gobierno de
los Estados Unidos no vacilara
en poner en prctica el plan
de MacArthur. Pero en las es-
feras oficiales norteamericanas
se tiene el convencimiento de
que en realidad los comunis-
tas no tienen an suficientes
aeroplanos en Manchuria y Si-
beria para que sean conside-
rados verdaderamente peligro-
sos desde el punto de vista a-
reo.
Los servicios de Investigacin
militar norteamericanos calcu-
lan el nmero de aeroplanos
comunistas c o n c entrados en
Manchuria en ochocientos. Pe-
ro la mayor parte de ellos son
anticuados. Los aviones moder-
nos, de propulsin a chorro,
ascienden a trescientos cin-
cuenta.
Salud Pblica inicio una lnves-
tgacin, despus de acoger un
denunco de la Asociacin Mdica
Nacional y constat que el su-
jeto mencionado no era mdico
ni se habla graduado en ningu-
na universidad de Venezuela.
Ms tarde se presentaron una
serle de denuncios de estafa
cometidos en perjuicio de diver-
sas personas por lo que el expe-
dente se paso al Ministerio P-
blico..
Sobre los negocios
de Amrica Latina
habr conferencia
WASHINGTON. Abril 27 -
iUSIS) El actual estado de
los negocios de los Estados en
la Amrica Latina ser tema
de una conferencia de dos Jias
(,ue se reunir aqui el 9 de a;u-
>o, segn ha anunciado hoy el
servicio exterior de la Funda-
cin de Educacin.
Entre los oradores figura: n
prominentes funcionarios Qel
Gobierno y de empresas pri\a-
das, contndose entre ellos a
Cnlstlan A- Herter, represen-
tante por el Estado de Masoa-
chussetts, quien se referir a la
actitud del congreso para cor
la Amrica Latina.
Herter y otros representaiv.es
del Gobierno y de empresas pri-
vadas establecieron la Funda-
cin en 1943 como centro de a-
diestramiento en Washington
para los especialistas en asun-
tos internacionales.
La Fundacin celebra confe-
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PAGINA DIEZ
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, ABRIL 27, 1951
Deportes a Granel
Coi KK.llt.Mif
' Para su publicacin hemos re-
cibido la siguiente carta:
'Panam, 23 de Abril de 1951.
Estimado Redactor Deportivo
Rede .lie.
Pres;nte.
Deseando le de cabida en su
acreditada columna Deportes a
Granel en la cul Ud., es su
direuor. Amigo Rdeme: dete-
nidamente y con la poca expe-
riencia que tengo en asuntos
de hpica y a la cual soy asiduo
<:u.. jrLCr; quiero expresar-
le c:erto asuntos que tai vez
puec'in corregirse, y ms lo ha-
go a1 ver ciertos jinetes que es-
I411 en conlinua sozobra con los
seores Comisarlos en especla-
Udac con Mr. Bunting.
? An.igo Rdeme: los -seorci
jinetes tienen la culpa, en otras
la maosidad de ciertos equinos.
Eero tambin los propietarios de
lies equinos, que se han dado
a la tarea de perjudicar a sus-
guias. Amigo Rdeme: tome no-
ta de esto, en ciertos informas
de !os seores Comisarios se
Uam.: al Jinete se le Interroga;
expone su punto, vayase; ie
lam:t al propietario o prepara-
dor de tal equino, se le interro-
ga por la presentacin dudosa
crtl animal, contesta que l ca-
ballo se haba desempeado asi
jior no llevar tal o cul aparejo
vSd'ase; el martes en el infor-
me de los Comisarlos sale el
Iinete tal, 12 reuniones. La se-
mana siguiente lo guia otro jl-
jete. la presentacin sigue du-
dosa, se interroga; vayase. Se
llama al propietario amonesta-
do, el jinete con 8 reuniones por
monta deficiente. Amigo Rde-
me: escuche detenidamente la
carrera de los ejemplares Fru-
Al y Gris, le e} inorme de
Mr. Bunting, del seor Veterl-
i nario y del preparador de Fru-
tal y he quedado asombrado:
NO cree Ud., amigo Rdeme que
un animal puede sentir dolen-
cias o allas de sus extremida-
des en esos momentos, y que ai
'llegar a su establo est en per-
fecto estado, tal como expuso
el seor Veterinario a Mr. Bun-
ting, pero lo ms asombroso es
que el preparador sea escaso de
mentalidad para tal aseveracin
o existe malevolencia para el
jinete que se encuentra noy con
12 reuniones de suspensin.
Amigo Rdeme, en la carrera
anterior el seor Bunting na-
rro en el sumario de carreras
del ejemplar Gris, y expres
que tal animal pico adelante
seguido de tal o cul caballo y
asi sucesivamente al llegar a a
ltima curva Gris se abri re-
pentinamente y corri por toda
la baranda de afuera por ese
motivo perdi toda su opcin
, los dems llegaron rezagados
que tal Mr. Bunting. Otro caso
amigo Rdeme, corrieron Jos
ejemplares, se llama al jinete,
es interrogado, digamos por que
corri al ejemplar en esa for-
ma y expone su punto, se
llama al' propietario, se le in-
terroga, quien dice, me "comie-
ron" aqu estn los 10 boletos
a mi ejemplar; el martes en el
informe de Mr. Bunting, 6 reu-
niones y el propietario feliz, la
semana siguiente ese mismo
ejemplar gana fcl, el propieta-
rio no presenta los 50 o 80 bo-
letos a Mr. Bunting, que tal
amigo Rdeme es injusto que
muchos jinetes sufran penas al
antojo de los Comisarlos capri-
chosos sin importarles que en las
espaldas se lleva la carga.
Bueno amigo Rdeme: por l-
timo escuch la carrera de ayer
del ejemplar Gris guiado nada
Entregar premios
la Liga Darin el
prximo domingo
Por JUAN JOSE ONZALEZ
Con una ceremonia sencilla la
Liga "Darin" de baseball en-
fregar los premios al equipo
Campen Bola de Oro y ud-
Campen P. de Estrella. Para
este acto han sido invitadas
altas personalidades de nuestro
mundo deportivo como los 8res.
Manuel Roy, Director del Depar-
tamento de Educacin Fsica,
Profesor Carlos M. Pretelt, HD.
Jos de la C. Mel, Don Darlo
Ruiz, y otras distinguidas perso-
nalidades.
Se celebrar adems el choque
entre los Campeones y un Com-
binado de la Liga que de seguro
resultar del agrado de la con-
currencia. Este acto se desarro-
llar en el cuadro de la Nueva
Escuela de Artes y Oficios, en
los terrenos del Cangrejo.
Queremos felicitar al distin-
guido y deportista darlenlta
seor Simn Martnez R., quien
llev a su feliz trmino este tor-
neo que a pesar de ser el primer
ao de la Liga result un xito..
menos por el compatriota Tan-
que Agulrre, y escuch, partie-
ron el caballo tal adelante se-
guido de tal o cul Gris se
abri repentinamente en la prl-
rreras anteriores y hay colegas
manda el pelotn siguen lu-
chando toda la distancia, lle-
garon, ganador Gris. Mientras
tanto sucedi lo mismo en ca-
rreras anteriores y hay colegas
del amigo Aguirr sufriendo pe-
nas por la misma falta dizque
por abrir al ejemplar Gris, que
tal Mr. Bunting.
Un Fanatice.
EL NUEVO EQUIPO DE FUT DITRANI
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00.00 per de*. Apto. d. i j a cu.rto.
Prado, aamanalta j mensual., para rami-
lla, r .Miado, harta 0. Daplo. SapaAol
a earoe 8r. Mariano Portoul. cblarrailar
rtJLTOHOTL. Tl. TR 1-1000. A>M. oaa
hoUIa. Camarn. Park Piala, y antraan.
HOTEL EMPIRE, Broadway 4b 00 Bt, A
una cuadra 0.1 P.rgu. Cantral. ocroa 4.
1* Qulnt. Avenida y OOBlTB d. oompra.
alainiriea. habltaelonai amuabladaa. Dta-
d. uso son bafio.
HOTEL VANDEBILT, P.rt . *
94 at. LoaalnmaV* a al catro 4a la 44u-
4a4. Cuatro aaaamWaf lauteaM. Cuar-
to, aan bato y radio; aunllln aaOa
JO. Dobla. 4*aO> 07.M. TataMaB apw-
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HOTEL DIXIE, . n m ba-
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aaar.. Todo, coarto. (MB bario, ducha,
radio auaaawM 4aaa* .1 M Dabtai do-
4 II w Bill Ib. para i narTaclaaa.
fllalo. Spanlah Aavarlcaa Dapt.
MIAMI. n.O*MDA
EL NUEVO CORTEZ.
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HOTEL LaAMaNOttfi*. ot 7
St.. MBIT. d. lalaBil. Pranta afk'
bam Araaa y Ocolbu.. B. habla
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MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL.
Bird. 4k HE. > 84 adjuala al
rao cantral. Air. nnnOlalpa.l
PTTTSBURGER HOTEL mil
Contra 4a Mlaail. cura* Ola.. AOraaj
Praola. Mft4lao.. S. habla a
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M1AMI BEACH, H.O*pDA
HOTEL CADILLAC, tm atom ao.
PraMo al sur. playa arreada. AM auondl-
El nuevo equipo de ftbol de
la divisin mayor "Deportivo
Dltrani", tiene arreglada una
jira a Costa Rica en loa pri-
meros das de junio para sos-
tener un partido con un fuerte
conjunto tico en la capital Jo-
sefina.
El seor francisco Dltrani,
representante de dicho equipo,
en viaje que efectu a la her-
mana Repblica,. hizo los arre-
glos del caso para la Jira.
El onceno Dltrani partirla ha-
cia San Jos el viernes lo. de
Junio y Jugara el domingo 3
de Junio. Si el equipo ganare
y su actuacin resultare ex-
celente, se quedarla toda una
semana en la capital tica, para
volver a jugar el domingo -10
de junio-
La fecha e, correrin en
caso que el Dltrani tenga al-
gn compromiso del Campeo-
na Provincial en esos dias.
Los gastos de pasaje ida y
vuelta, hospedaje y estada co-
rrern por cuenta de los ticos;
adems darn B. 200 por el
primer juego y B. SOO por el
segundo, si llega a efectuarse.
El Club Dltrani pedir per-
miso a la Liga Provincial de
Ftbol de 'Panam y a la Fe-
deracin Nacional para este
viaje.
Del dinero que paguen los
ticos por el, >uego, despus de
deducir un balboa diarlo para
Bastos de entrenamiento- de ca-
da Jugador, el resto se dividir
en tres partes, y se dar un
50 por ciento a la Federacin,
25 por ciento a la Liga y 25
por ciento al Club Dltrani.
La jira se efectuar siempre
que la Liga permita llevar a
los jugadores H. Rangel, Prez,
F. de Bello, Ponce y Reina, que
estn suspendidos por media
temporada por haber firmado
dos fichas.
La delegacin del equipo Dl-
trani, la formarn 25 personas,
o sean 18 Jugadores, un entre-
nador, un masajista, un direc-
tor del club; un miembro de
la Federacin, un miembro de
la Liga, un arbitro y un re-
dactor deportivo.
El equipo Dltrani es un con-
junto nuevo, que an no ha
actuado en nuestras canchas,
aunque sus jugadores son muy
conocidos de la aficin, infor-
mndose que la mayora son
los seleccionados que formaron
el equipo de Panam en el pau-
sado Campeonato Centroame-
ricano.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Esta tarde a las 5.00 se nom-
brar a los nuevos dignatarios
para la temporada de Basketball
de 1951. Segn fuentes que me-
recen entero crdito Germinal
Sarasqueta ser nombrado Pre-
sidente de la Liga, teniendo co-
mo fuerte rival y de mucho cui-
dado al actual Presidente Ro-
drigo Baruco, muchacho Joven,
ex-canastero y quien en el corto
tiempo que tuvo al frente de la
Liga demostr poseer capacida-
des que lo catalogan para ser
reelecto en el puesto.'
Maana correr en Juan
Franco, el Clsico Presidente
de la Repblica, mximo even-
to de nuestra hpica, y en el
cual veremos a los mejores equi-
nos importados y a los mejores
jinetes en accin. No hay duda
que las entradas de los establos
Stud Cantagalio y Blue it White,
serian los favoritos de este
evento, pero tenemos el presen-
timiento que la carrera queda-
r entre Rathllng Light y
Phoebus Apallo.
A continuacin nueatros pro-
nsticos para las carreras de
maana sbado en Juan Franco:
l_DOMINO...en este lote es
tiempo que gane... VILLA-
RREAL...por Jinete lo creemos
enemigo de cuidado; 2aCAA-
VERAL. .si ahora no tumba ca-
a. .cuando?.. .HECHICERA...
al menos que hechice a Caa-
veral; SaDOSA ELEIDA (e)
la triple entrada del Mago se
impone... KA VA JO TRAIL...
enemigo de mucho cuidado para
la (e)...4aJEPPERIN...corre-
r ahora en los 900 en forma
distinta...HURLECANO... esta-
mos creyendo que se acerca el
da ..5aCURACA...J los man
gos siguen bajitos.. .PLVORA-
ZO (e)...con todo y el Paco...
Place... aARAGN... cuan-
do ser ese da...THE DAUBER
...este animal lio puede ganar
con cualquier monta que lleve..
7aGR18U...SU anterior actua-
cin lo catalogan como nuevo
ganador.. .FRUTAL.. .este es el
enemigo de cuidado...8aI8LE-
RO...S1 no gana ahora ira pa-
ra la Isla...RSSONDNG...por
monta puede dominar.. .9a
PAQUES... Bravo... Paco ... Bra
vo .. CALLMEDEAR...no esta
muy fijo Paques; 10aGRITO
Y PLATA...con el Tanque se
Impone en cualquier forma...
BATAN.. .anlmalito liaHELEN B.. .la cosa en esta
ocasin ser distinta.. .TIN TAN
el payaso comienza a rerse
ahora.
Depositan B/. 100.00
para el dispensario
de la Costa Abajo
COLON. Abril 26 (RCS) El
comit Pro Dispensarlo Costa
abajo que viene funcionando en
Palmas Bellas depositar en el
Banco de Coln todo el dinero
que con miras de construir val
Dispensarlo se llego a colectar
en esa poblacin. Un represen-
tante del citado comit infor-
m que la suma total es ce
cien balboas (B. 100.00) pero ai
tomar esta medida para evitar
que este dinero se use en o-
tros asuntos que no sea el de-
terminado fin que el de cons-
truir el "Dispensario". Por los
informes obtenidos el propulsor
ae esta campaa lo fu el o's-
tinguido mdico Ecuatoriano,
Dr. Alfonso Campusano, pero,
como el regreso a su tierra na-
tal la campaa quedo paraliza-
da, dejando en el costeo la fe
y la esperanza de continuarla
en cualquier momento dado.
Est atento
a la GRAN VENTA ESPECIAL de
Madurito
para el 2 de Mayo
Gangas Precios fantsiieamnete rebajados !
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Pruebe KOOLS hoy mismo.
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Para Dar Oportunidad
a Todos Los Colegiales
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134
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COLON
Calle 11
Enfrente
Comisariato
99 P.R.R.
Recibe felicitacin la
Comisin de ciclismo
por tu ltima labor
La Comisin de Ciclismo ha
recibido una significativa feli-
citacin del Club Argentina por
los premios que se entregaron
ltimamente, de acuerdo con la
siguiente carta:
Seores Miembros de la
Comisin de Ciclismo
de Panam.
Presente.
De nuestra mayor considera-
cin:
Los que suscribimos, miem-
bros todos del Club de Ciclismo
"Argentina" por este medio
queremos darles las mis pro-
fundas felicitaciones por los
preciosos premios que fueron
entregados a los ganadores del
certamen pasado o sea el 15
de los corrientes, por el esfuer-
zo que realizamos en pro del
desarrollo del ciclismo en nues-
tro pas y como un estimulo
para que sigamos en esta sen-
da; ustedes no repararon es-
fuerzo para ofrecernos estos
magnficos premios y que espe-
ramos sinceramente que en to-
do certamen cicllstico que se
realicen en el futuro se le ofrez-
can premios semejantes, a fin
de desarrollar este deporte tan
noble y viril en todo el pas.
Somos de ustedes seores
miembros de la comisin de ci-
clismo sus Attos. y Ss. Ss., v
amigos,
Pedro Reyes, Beraldo Garcia,
RIcnart Stevens, Eduardo Smith,
Miguel Hsllex, Hernn E. Gon-
ale, Flix Sarlat, Alberto Crui.
Alberto Crus,
Presidente.
T
Lea "El Arjio Oportuno"
,-----------------g--------------------,
AO-toN
wmmt
con Vfs
Antn venci
a Santiago en
basket por 35-24
ANTON. Abril 27 (A. Ch.)
La Seleccin de basketball de
Anton venci al equipo de San-
tiago "Mario Augusto" por el
score de 35 a 24 en un partido
movido e interesante.
Los antoneros desde el comlen
20 hasta el final dominaron
pero en el tercer1 cuarto ros visi-
tantes se acercaron a los anto-
neros en forma peligrosa.
Los mejores jugadores por los
vencedores fueron Risita Sn-
chez con lo puntos, Ortega con
8 sin dejar de reconocer la labor
de Ayala y de Vlez que siem-
pre es una defensa grande en
las filas de los antoneros. Por
los visitantes se destac el po-
pular y modesto Jugador Daniel
Smith con 15 puntos seguido
por Daz con 0 puntos. Los vi-
sitantes dedicaron su juego al
HD. Navarro por 1 cooperacin
que ste le prest en relacin
al transporte y los antoneros
dedicaron su triunfo a los Jefes
de la Pgina Deportiva de los
Diarios Panam-Amrica y La
Hora por su cooperacin pres-
tada a la propaganda a favor
de la Liga Antonera.
La seorita Aurora Ortega,
entreg un ramo de flores en
nombre de los Antoneros y la
seorita Xenla Saavedra otro
en nombre de la directiva de la
Liga, gesto que fu aplaudido
por la concurrencia.
Suspende trminos
Tribunal Superior
E Primer Tribunal Superior
de Justicia de esta ciudad ha
suspendido los trminos duran-
te los das de hoy y de maana,
debido a unos reparaciones ur-
gentes que se estn efectuando
en el edificio dondo funciona.
Se nos ha pedido informar
de ello al pblico en general.
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con VITALIS durante 00 se- '
fundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la se-
quedad. Hgalo: Usted notara la
diferencia!
(AiPa-ioi
. . Peines* con VITALIS. JDe
veras!, porque VITALIS Imparte
a ou pelo sedosa suavidad y brille
reluciente, sm snf rosario. VITA-
LIS lo conserva en su sitio durante
todo el da. Usa VITALIS y causo
mayor admiracin!
aere fve w
useVifalis
\dim MUEVO,'
pre'
VITALIS
CREMA P4R4 L CABELLO

4SCro PISTiNOViPC
NO
IMPORTANTSIMO...!
s
Desde ti lo. de Moyo a las 11:15 dt lo Moona,
LA NOVELA MATINAL, prosoote:
EL MOLINO SILENCIOSO
La historia dramtica de dos hermanos que, querindose
entraablemente, amaron a una misma mujer. ..!
Coa un Reparto de Estrellas. .
ANOLAND DIAZ EDGAR DEL ESTE
RAMON LEVY
Y Reaparicin del Maravilloso Narrador:
VICTOR MIRANDA.
Escribo: EMILIO DIAZ Dirige: JUAN A. THIIAULT
Un programa estelar para la mujer panamea que labora en
esta horas de la maana en su hogar que le ofrece
Un programa estelar en la radio favorite
o
Jba Oxea Panamericana


VIERNES, ABRIL 27. 1981
1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA ONC1
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Cinco Destacados Equinos
Se Disputan Maana L&
Prueba Estelar de J.Franeo
por RDEME
Lo ejemplares de la Olaae "D" tendrn a ^
eittUr de la luncln hpica que se celebrarindian*.en elHlP-
dromp Nacional, obre una dUtancia de 1600 metros y por un
premio de B/. 800.00 ,.
Cinco ejemplares se encuentran Inscritos en esta carrera la
cual debe resultar sumamente reida dada la calidad de los com-
S 8e destaca aqu el eJngw BojUto- 1 cual lo. enten-
didos le adjudican las mayores vto^MU^ toUentr^ trlun-
lo. Sern contendores peURrosos Daiquiri y Curaca Completan
el lote Polvorazo y Oale Porce, que tambin pueden Imponerse
m *m MuienueCro pronstico, para la flesU hpica de mafta-
n*' ENr LA PRIMERA CARRERA escogemos como ganador a Do-
^EN LVsE^^W'cARR'ER^Pe.iry d.be Imponerse acllmen-
* eN^'tERCERA^RRERA. El Moni, puode aprender.
'0l^J^UAtTAPCARRERA. Jepperln es un alope. Ameno
" ,ENrt^Cl8ECTAeXRERA, Paragon es nuertro escogido. Wal-
"" STla SEpftrCARRBRA. Daneacourt aprender a 1.
^l/StaVa" CARREA0.* && lsl.ro. Flamenco pue-
d ENeLfrNOVENA0CRRERA. se d.stac. Paques. Cup of Joy
"'"kTl^Ve'cma CARRERA. Amazona es nuestra escogida.
Grito v Plata para el segundo lugar.
EN LA UNDCIMA CARRERA. Helen B debe robar._________
Compaas N 3 y 5 Chocan
Mna. en la Continuacin del
Softball de los Bomberos
El .campeonato de Softball del
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pana-
m continuar maana con .1
partido a cargo de los equinos:
Conpafta No. 5 Comaftia S
Eat. encuentro comenzar a
las 4 dt 1 tarde en el cuadrq/1.
UPlm Amador (frente' al
cuartel Central de Bomberos).
El dotalngo en la maana se
preaontarn dos. encuentros en-
tre lo. conjuntos j
Electricistas ts Coipania No. 1
Compaa
ato)..!
. 4 s Banda
pulpos debutarn
El Mike nuevamente
en el comando del
torneo de boliche
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Tonteo de Bolo.)
CwMlke............. >3 1
I. StlNU..........
T. Royar.......... M M *
C. Martins .......... S4 -5J*
Entrometido...... W M 8
Pinocho............... JJ U .455
C. Vieja .......... *J
Balboa .............. U ti. Mi
El Mlke se puso nuevamente
en el comando de.1 torneo de
bolos "Caf Duran" al vencer
a lo Entrometidos por l va
bel blanoueo, ,detacandoe por
el MUn*adro. y Herman con
SHjtmO respectivamente; y por
m Entrometidos los hermanos
Damin, Pepe y Too con 519
y 601 respetivamente.
Las anotaciones fueron:
Maduro
Arlas
De Jann
Arango
Herman
Handicap
MIKE
187 178 188 5541
171 148 1S2 498
165 156 138 446
158 12 171 491
180 192 158 53
~SM ~8S4 838 2520
80 843 835 2547;
con tatos partidos an la con-
tienda.
El martes lo. de Mayo, con
motivo del Aniversario de la
Guardia Permanente, se ofrece-
rn dos partido, una a cargo de
los equipo Guardia Permanen-
te vs Compaa No. S, y el otro
entre los conjunto Compaa
No. 2 y Comandancia.
Ser condenado
por la sanidad
el Gim. de Antn
Por A. CHONG
El Gimnasio popular de An-
tn, uno de los mejores edifi-
cios que se destina a la prctica
del deporto en el Interior de la
Repblica, ser condenado por el
Inspector de Sanidad de ese. Dis-
trito, por no estar de acuerdo
con las leyes sanitarias. Por es-
ta ran no se atribuye a los
deportistas del pueblo de An-
tn, alno a las autoridades de-
portivas de la cuales depende
la buena vigilancia y el aseo
del mismo.
Nosotros los deportistas he-
mos solicitado la reparacin
completa de este Coliseo depor-
tivo. Sabemos a ciencia cierta
5ue en el Departamento de
bras Pblicas hay una remesa
destinada para la reparacin de
piso del Gimnasio.
Le pedimos encarecidamente y
de la manera ms respetuosa
al Licenciado Manuel Roy, buen
deportista alentador y partida-
rio del deporte se entreviste con
el Ministro de Obras Pblicas
en quien confiamos para hacer
este arreglo.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KU)
'9 27
Visque
Tere
Burrl
A. Damin
J. Damin
ENTROMETIDOS
170 147 162 479
180 1S7 135 452
174 155 134 483
148 170 185 501
158 180 181 519
~t ~7M 797 2414
1VILLARREAL
2HECHICERA
3DOA ELEIDA
4ARMENO
5CURACA
6WALRUS
7GRIS
8ISLERO
9CUP or JOY
10G. Y PLATA
11HELHN" B.
Domin
Caaveral
Fanglo
Hurlecani
Blido
The Dauber
Frutal
Flamenco
Calmedear
Batn
Risita
Carrasquel
Se Destaca
En El Bate
CHICAGO, Abril 27 (UP)
Alfonso Chico" Carrasquel bri- i
liante shorstop venezolano de I
los Medias Blancas figura en el
tercer lugar en promedio al ba- |
te y segundo en nmero de ln- i
coglbles bateado entre los pe-
loteros de la Liga Americana al!
terminar la primera semana de
competencia.
En ocho partidos y 38 veces
al bate Carrasquel ha logrado
15 incogibles para un promedio
de .396. Por curiosidad coinciden
ca los companeros de su nove-
na le aventajan en una u otra
divisiones de bateo. Jim Busby
y Nelson Fox cuentan con un
porcentaje al bate de 5.31 y .407
respectivamente con 17 y 11 In-
cogibles.
Dificultades En El
Ftbol Colonense
Por CARLOS TAMAYO
(Continuacin)
Por el caso descrito en la car-
ta, base de lo actuado por los
seores Tigres en contra del ft-
bol Colonense. o sea segn ellos
falta de cooperacin, la Liga en
el transcurso del Torneo no le
I pidi ni un centsima de Balboa
1 al Club que dl el Trofeo, en
I cambio a la Liga le cost el
desarrollo del Torneo en su pri-
I mer ao la suma de doscientos
' dos Balboas iB.202.OOi. y a esto
no se le llama Cooperacin, fal-
ta de cortesa dicen ellos. El
[ cuatro de Diciembre la Liga en-
treg la seor Marco A. Achurra,
I miembro de dicho Club, la car-
' ta en la cual se Informaba a di-
. cha entidad de como se encon-
traba la Serie y el Estado de los
Equipos: si este seor no entre-
g la carta a su debido tiempo
no es culpa de la Liga.
El entusiasmo entre los diri-
gentes del ftbol no ha des-
mayado ni desmayar; lo que
, si es verdad, que lo poco aue
haba de ftbol, est agonizan-
do a consecuencia de esa actitud
de la maravillosa accin del
Club que se desvela por impul-
sar el Deporte Nacional y no el
Provincial; a ste acabarlo si se
puede, la acciones lo demues-
tran. Como es posible que una
agrupacin de Jvenes que de-
ben tener sentido comn' en sus
actos individuales no lo tengan
cuando actan en conjunto: es
t una lstima y que el prestigio
! que el Club Los Tigre tenia
' ante un futbolista estaba por
encima de todo: hoy tiene un
i concepto muy limitado de lo que
es .1 Club Los Tigre de Coln.
Las personas sensatas se pre-
guntan Por qu la Liga No res-
ponde a sto que ea un ultraje
! al ftbol Colonense? Por qu
no responde Sencillamente por
que no quera agravar las cosas;
; todo se pens hacerlo con cor-
dura: el que estas lineas escrl-
1 be se entrevist con varios
miembros del Club en mencin,
hacindole ver la realidad de
las cosas, por ltimo instancia
la Liga mand el ltimo infor
, me sobre el estado como flnall-
! z el Torneo; de nada servia, el
mal estaba hecho.
El valor del Trofeo en dispu-
ta es aproximadamente de
i ciento quince Balboas (B.115.00),
v lo gastado por la Lisa es de
\ doclentos Balboas iB.200.oo>, a
; que le llamarn entonces coope-
1 racin? Eso se llama gastar pol-
vora en gallinazo. Los Jugadores
tienen razn en no querer par-
j tlcipar en nada, por que pien-
san que todos les van a hacer
lo mismo. Muchas gracias seo-
res propulsores del Deporte Na-
! cional: esto para que ninguna
agrupacin Deportiva se meta
con fieras, por que cuando estn
ms seguros y llegando a la
meta, viene el zarpazo de la fie-
ra y lo deja agonizando, asi
sucedi con el ftbol de Coln:
tremendo zarpazo lo tiene en la
agona. Bien por el Club que
ms lucha por Impulsar el De-
porte en toda la eoibllca.
(Continuar)
Maraftn y Centinelas Inician Maana Serie
Por El Campeonato Del Baseball Distritorial
Veinte Inscripciones en
Total recibi Ayer la Liga
Provincial de Basketball
Se nombrar Presidente de la Liga a Germinal Sa-
rasqueta, Delegado de Tenis en el Comit Olmpico
Ea reunin celebrada ayer
tarde por la mesa directiva de
la Liga Provincial de Basketokll
quedaron cerradas las Inscrip-
ciones para la terrporada de
1951.
Un total de 20 equipos quedc-
lon Inscritos siendo ellos, Lord
Chesterfield, Deportivo Bam,
Madurlto (Bx-Policia) Deporti-
vo Cyrnos y Mauricio en la
categora mayor masculina; De-
portivo Eva y Sastrera Crde-
nas en la categaria mayor fe-
menino y Carlos Eleta, Rebel-
des, Parque Lefevre, Fuerte 15,
Bam Jr., Juan Mendoza Depor-
tivo Eva de Pern, Madurlto
Centenario, ptica 8oa, Pell-
mex, Chiriqu y Mamboleta en
la eategora menor masculina.
Esta tarde a las 5:00 en el Sa-
ln de Descanso de la Cervece-
ra Naclona en la Avenida N-r-
te se proceder a la eleccin
de la nueva mesa directiva, y
segn fuente que merecen cr-
dito, ser electo Presidente, el
aeor Germinal Sarasqueta, De-
legado de Tenis en el Comit
Olmpico, aunque tendr como
serlo rival a Rodrigo Baruco,
actual Dirigente de la Liga; pa-
ra los otros puestos suenan io?
nombres de Romulo Oorrlchate-
gui, Humberto Tejada, Too de
bedas, etc.
Pasaran al comando los ganadores de los
juegos de maana en el ftbol de Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Ftbol Infantil de Barraca)
O. E. P. Pje.
Dep. Pern .......... 12 6 4
Guayaquil ........ lll
Tauros ............. lili
Fuerte 25......... 2 2
Independiente ....I t t
Angellni'............ 1 *
Santander ........ t 1 2
Selecta ............. t f t
El torneo de Ftbol Infantil
de Barraza que dirige Tem. Mo-
lina ofrecer maana en la tar-
de en el cuadro del mismo nom-
bre los Juego.
GUAYAQUIL vs FUERTE 25
y
SELECTA VS INDEPENDIANTE
De Importancia es para cada
uno d los oncenos obtener la
victoria ya quo loa ecuatorianos
tendrn opcin de pasar al pri-
mer lugar y los otros tres bus-
carn empatar el comando,
pronosticndose reido cotejo.
Cervecera y Banco Fiduciario
Juegan Esta Tarde En Sta. Rifa
En Santa Rita celebran hoy
a las cuatro y media Cervecera,'
te Juego los equipos Cervecera
y Banco Fiduciario. Para los
muchachos del Banco el triunfo
los clasifica automticamente
para ir al a Serle final, mientra
que para la Cervecera la vie-1
torla los mantiene con opcin
de Ir a la final. Pero de per-
der los Cerveceros, automtica-
mente quedan eliminados.
Por la Importancia del Juego!
para ambos equipos estamos se-
guros que brindarn un gran
Juego esta tarde, toda vez que
quern salir vencedores para
mantener su opcin de Ir a la
rueda, final a luchar por el t-
tulo._________________________ I
El Mendoza le gan al
Dep. Remn ayer en
el ftbol del Chorrillo
El Deportivo Mendoza derro-
t ayer en la tarde en el cua-
dro de Barra7a al equipo Coro-
nel Remn, por dos a cero en
la continuacin del Campeona-
to Mayor de Ftbol del Barrio
del Chorrillo. Anotaron los tan-
tos por el equipo ganador Luis
Bedoya y Marcelino Quintero.
Con esta victoria el Mendoza ha
subido al tercer puesto del tor-
neo. Por error del calendario
que nos entregaron los directo-
res del Ftbol del Chorrillo,
anunciamos el partido entre Re-
mn y Nacional.
El Banco pondr en el box al
derecho Alzamora, su lanzador
estrella para asegurar desde el
comienzo. Luis debe abrir por la
Cervecera.
El Duran clasific
para la serie final
del soft comercial
El Caf Duran clasific para
participar en la rueda final del
campeonato Comercial de Soft-
ball y empat al Matas Cerrud
en el primer lugar, al vencer
anoche en Santa Rita, al Hud-
son 16 carrera a 7, ante una
pobre conirrencla.
Los ganadores dispararon la
friolera de 20 Imparables a los
lanzamientos de Ellas Gonzlez
y Cllnto Lawrence, quienes tra-
bajaron en el montculo del
Hudson. Lawrence relev a Gon-
zlez en el cuarto, cargando el
ltimo con la derrota <-2) Por
el Duran trabaj todo el Juego
en el montculo Moulton para
acreditarse su sexta victoria sin
derrota.
Solo ocho hits batearon los
muchachos del Hudson. Uno de
ellos fu un Jonrn de Carl An-
derson en el sexto con las bases
limpias.
La Pizarra:
Hnrson 60 -7 g 7
C. Duran 241 241 x-lfi 201
Comprender tres
encuentros en el
cuadro Santa Rita
Maana Iniciarn la anuncia-
da Serle de baseball por el
Campeonato de la Liga Distri-
torial, los equipos Centinelas
del Tulra y Maran a las 4
de la tarde en el cuadro de San-
ta Rita.
El segundo partido de la con-
tienda tendr lugar el domingo!
en la maana en el mismo
campo, y el tercer encuentro se;
realizara el martes lo. de Mayo.
en el mismo lugar.
Aunque un equipo ganara los
dos primeros Juegos, se efectua-
r siempre, el tercer partido, y
en este ltimo encuentro, dedl-,
cados a los obreros con motivo
del Da del Trabajo, estar en'
Juego un hermoso Trofeo que',
donar la Federacin Sindical de !
Trabajadores.
Al ganador de la Serie se le'
dar un significativo Trofeo del
Departamento de Educacin!
Fsica. x
Ambos equipos han practicado i
satisfactoriamente para esta se-
re, y en el primer encuentro de'
maana llevarn su mejor es-
cuadra para Iniciar la compe-
tencia con una victoria.
Social Deportiva
Cumpleaos Justlano Crdenas
Celebra hoy el mejor de sus
das el conocido deportista lo-
cal Sr. Justlano Crdenas.
El Sr. Crdenas quien se ha
distinguido por su aporte al de-
porte nacional, ocupa actual-
mente el cargo de Tesorero de
la Liga Provincial de Ftbol.
Por este medio le deseamos
muchas felicidades.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEPORTIVO DITRANI
Tiene reunin esta noche a las
7.30 en I residencia del socio-
Gastn de Len, y por los im-
portant asuntos que se trata-
rn se pide puntual asistencia
a todo los miembros.
Gene Bearden
fu vendido a
Los Medias Rojas Alcanzaron
Resonante Triunfo Frente a
Los Yanquis Ayer Por 13 a 7
BOSTON,El veterano Ellis
Kinder se encarg del montcu-
lo tras los Yanquis haber ano-i
tado siete carreras y bajo una|
actuacin brillante brind el1
triunfo a las Medias Rojas por;
anotacin de 13 carreras a 7. Los'
Medias Rojas empataron y se
pasaron a los Yanqui en la sex-
ta entrada anotando cuatro ca-
rreras mediante un sencillo de
Dom Dimgglo, pase gratis a
Ver Stephens, sencillo de Billy i
Goodman que empuj a Dlmag- j
glo, pase gratis a Walt Dropo y
doblete de Bobby Doerr lim- i
piando bases. Kinder se encarg
entonces de los Yanquis para no
volver a anotar.
En la octava Jornada los
Medias Rojas anotaron cinco ca-
rreras ms a costa de Bob Por-
terfleld.
El cubano Conrado Marrero
dl una de sus mayores perfo-
mances de esta temporada y
condujo a los Senadores a la
victoria contra los Atltlcos por
anotacin de 2 carreras a 1, En
esta forma los Senadores empa-
taron el primer lugar de la Liga
Americana. Marrero ponch a
nueve bateadores y solamente
permiti dos bases.
No haba ms Juegos seala-
dos.
En la Liga Nacional Sal Ma-
ge de los Gigantes tena la
esperanza de vencer por primera
vez en su carrera a los Bravo
de Boston, pero tuvo que con-
formarse y los Bravos ganaron
por atonacin de 3 carreras a 0
y el team de Durocher recibi
su octava derrota consecutiva.
.Mientras tantos los Philllet
blanquearon a los Dodgers d*8
Brooklyn por anotacin de I
carreras a 0.
No haba ms Juegos.

DEPORTES EN LA
FUERZA Y LUZ
los Tigres
DETROIT, Abril 27 (UP)El
zurdo Gene Bearden proclama-
do el lanzado rrecluta del ao
1048 pero que desde entonces
ha sido un fracaso en l mont-
culo fu adquirido por los Ti-
gres en venta de los Senadores
I por una suma que segn los ln-
formes ascienden a 17,500 d-
1 lares.
; El apuesto lanzador no ha es-
; tado a la altura de su actuacin
de hace tres aos cuando al ga-
j nar 20 partidos y solo perder sie-
I te condujo al os Indios al ga-
llardete en la Liga Americana
1 pero el piloto de los Tigres Red
Rolfe expres la esperanza de
que ayude a su novpna one ""n
| mal ha comenzado esta tempo-
I rada.
Bearden gan ocho partidos y
perdi ocho en 1949 y el ao
pasado sol gano 4 y perdi con
los Indios y los Senadores.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Be hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo dt
Juego de SANTA RITA.
El equipo representativo del
Depto. "Distribucin" derrot
ampliamente al desigual conjun-
to de la "Oficina General" por
anotacin de 21 carreras a 9. en
la continuacin del Calendarlo
del Torneo de Bola Suave cele-
brado ayer tarde en el Campo
deportivo de paltllla.
Este Juego se caracteriz por
la fiesta de batazos de extra
bases, bateando los muchachos
Distribuidores 3 cuadrangulares,
dos dobletes y un triple, y los
Oficinistas 3 dobles, haciendo un
total entre los dos equipos na-
da menos que 29 incogibles; 19
los dl el equipo ganador y 10
los perdedores.
Fu un fcil triunfo para los
huestes de los Distribuidores,
quienes batearon y anotaron ca-
rreras a su antojo; mientras que
la dbil y desigual Oficina so-
lamente atropellaba muy tar-
dlamante en el 7o. y ltimo de
la suerte, en donde entraron
a la casa en 6 ocasiones.
Hoy a las 4.00 p.m. cumplen
compromisos en la Liga Interna
de Baseball las novenas "Ofici-
na General" vs 'Telfonos Au-
tomticos". Juego ste de mu-
cha Importancia para los se-
gundos en mencin, ya que si
ganan tienen un pie adelatado
para anexarse este Campeona-
to.
Maana sbado a las 2 de la
tarde, la Liga Interna de Bola I
Suave presenta el partido entre ;
los equipos, "Ingenieros Telfo-
nos Automticos" y "Telfonos
Automticos"; Inmediatamente I
despus se enfrentarn las no-
venasd e baseball "Planta, Ga-
rage y Almacn" vs "Empalma-
dores". resultando ser este Jue-
go el ltimo de esta Justa.
Sigue el domingo
la Liga Provincial
del ftbol local
El prximo domingo la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol continuar
su calendarlo regular con la pro.
sentacln de los siguientes par
tidos:
En la categora mayor
ANCN vs DITRANI
HURACN vs HISPANO
En la categora menor:
AMBATO va ALEMN *
PACIFICO vs ANCN Jr.
Partido de ftbol
Int a beneficio
de la Cruz Roja
LISBOA. Abril 27 (UP)La
Junta Directiva de la Crux Roja
portuguesa anunci que espera
terminar hoy las negociaciones
para el partido de ftbol que M
celebrar el dia 28 de Abril en
esta capital entre lo equipo
Sporting y Sao Paulo.
El objeto del partido es re-
cabar los fondo para la CrtE
Roja.
DESDE EL "
* JUEVES,*
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
VARIEDADES
PRESIDENTE
Continuacin de
'AL SON DEL MAMBO"
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
LITAS ToTo^ I J^fe. ENEL ^M**9<&b I QUIINIEI
*
DUPLETAS
I*, y 2. 6a. y 7*.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3i. y .
CARRERAS
COLONt
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
moi ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el SAVOY".
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QUINIELAS
4q y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
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Evento Principal Del Sbado
5a. Carrtra "D" Importados 1 Milla
Premiot B 600.00 Pool Gerra: 2:55 p.m.
1. DAIQUIRI...............A. PhiUipi 113 -
2. (POLVORAZO.............../. Bravo 114
3. (BLIDO..............F. JaramOlo 116
4. GALE FORCE...............T. Ros* 106
5. CURACA ............. K. Flores 112
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Carrera Estelar Del Domingo
8a. Carrera (Abierto) Importados 1 9/16 Milla
Premio: B/. 10,000 (agregado) Pool Gerra: 4:40 p.m.
"CLASICO PRESIDENTE DE LA REPBLICA"
QUINIELA
1. (DICTADOR . ,.............J. Bravo 110
2. (P1NARD.................V. CattMo 127
3. RATHLIN LIGHT.........G. Sanche* 110
4. HVAIRO...............F. JaramiUo 100
5. L1NNEY HEAD..........J. Contrera 106
6. (MAIN ROAD...............C. Ycoao 104
7. (ROYAL COUP.............G. Alfaro 128
8. WELSH LOCH.............K. Flore 127
9. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Aguirre 108