The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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CANADIAN WHISKY
*'Let the people know the truth and the country is *a/e" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Allies Form Defense Arc
With Backs To Seoul Wall
(NEA Telephoto)
niASTf-R tCFNF. US Navy rescue boats, moving through the debris of the wreckage,
examine the area off Key West Fla., where a Cuban DC-4 airliner went down after collid-
ing in mld-alr with a Navy training plane. A total of 39 persons aboard the passenger plane
and A Shers aboard the-Navy craft were killed. Debris (light colored objects) iloaU In area
at bottom of photo.____________________________________________________________-
U. S. Women Outnumber Men
In Droppinng C. Z. Population
American women outnumber
American men in the eanal
Zone exclusive of personnel in
the armed services by 1.872 or
42 per cent, It was disclosed by
this year's police census of the
civilian population of the Canal
Zone.
The ame census disclosed that
the civilian population between
March 1 and 31 this year was
41,086. a drop of 5,375 from the
police census made in 1949.
The police census Is taken
every year except those of the
national decennial years, such as
Franco's Governors
Fire All Who Struck
Al Living Costs
SAN SEBASTIAN. Spain, April
28 (UP) Workers In this In-
dustrial region of northern Spain
are grumbling over a new Gov-
ernment order cracking down on
strikers. ,
The order, Issued last night by
the civil governors of San Se-
bastin 'and Bilbao, stipulates
that all workers who participat-
ed In the 48-hour cost of living
strikes this week voluntarily
broke their labor contracts and
thus lose all rights and claims In
connection with their Jobs.
The workers were fired and lost
their seniority and their social
security benefits.
The order softened these mea-
ures by authorizing employers
to rehire workers who are con-
sidered efficient and who took
no part In organizing the strikes.
Strikers will not be paid for
hours lost during thaatrlke.
There Is little doubt the Gov-
ernment crackdown is aimed at
quelling further strikes.
1950. Last year's decennial cen-
sus, which Included military per-
sonnel, gave a population of 52,-
427 for the Canal Zone.
Included In the police census
are the families of military per-
sonnel, civilians employed by the
military and their families and
servants or other civilians
actually residing In military re-
servations. It does not Include
commissioned and enlisted per-
sonnel of the services.
The outnumbering of Amer-
ican men by American women
does not carry Into the final
figures, which include Panama-
nians, Europeans. West Indians
and a classification described as
"other nationalities."
Panamanian and West Indian
men outnumber their women and
the total figure shows In the
Canal Zone 11.761 men, 11,832
women and 17,493 children.
Population of the Pacific Side,
19,423, is 7,899 higher than that
of the Gold Coast, with a total
population of 11,524.
The Ancon Balboa La Boca
area Is the largest single settle-
ment In the Canal Zone, both
from the total number of Am-
erican residents 4,376 and
its total 8,987.
Daylight Saving
In US Tomorrow
NEW YORK. April 28. (UP).
Many United States com-
munities will set their clocks
ahead an hour at 2 a.m. Sun-
day In the annual changeover
to daylight saving time.
More of the United States
will be on daylight saving time
this year than last.
The extensions are mainly
in the South and la scattered
rural areas. Farmers have been
bitter opponents of daylight
saving time In many states.
Workers-Pickets Wage Gun
Fight As Mill Strike Flares
WAKE FORE6T. N. C. April
28 (UP) Strikers and textile
workers at an embattled cotton
mill here blazed awav at each
other till early this morning with
Tifies and shotguns.
State police broke up the six
hour gun battle after three per-
sons. Including a newsman, were
Injured.
The shooting was touched off
by a dynamite blast at the Royal
Cotton Mills last evenllg.
A reporter for the Raleigh
News and Observer was shot in
the chest and shoulder when he
started into the plant area to
Investigate the dynamite ex-
plosion, Uie second In as many
nights.
A .22 caliber rifle bullet tired
from the darkened mill struck
a 16 year old girl striker as she
sat in a picket shack.
Another striker received a
flesh wound.
After this preliminary skirm-
ish about 100 strikers went home
for weapons, then laid siege to
the plant.
When bout 60 highway pat-
rolmen arrived the gunflghtlnc
crowd melted awav without the
patrolmen firing a shot.
Meanwhile in Danville, Va..
police seized four persons, one
of them a Union official, and
uncovered a dynamite cache to-
day In a crackdown on violence
in the long, bloody textile strike.
Detectives arrested John How-
ard Crew. 30-year-old business
manager of the Textile Workers
of America CIO Dan River local,
and his housekeeper. Mrs. Ellen
Wilson Warren, 27. in a raid on
Crew's home, and confiscated
dynamite caps and tuses found
in a padlocked upstairs room.
Crew and the woman both
were held on adultery charges,
but State's Attorney Eugene A.
Link said he would ask for a
death penalty against Crew or
anyone else connected with re-
cent dynamite blasts here.
Danville has been the focal
point of the textile strike, which
has affected more than 43,000
workers in eight Southern states.
The union is demanding a 13-
cents-an-hour wage increase
and other contract benefits to
equalize wage scales in northern
and southern mills.
Shootings, egg-throwing and
dynamite blasts have punctuat-
ed the strike In other mllltowi.s
In Georgia and North Carolina.
The smallest "town" U Mad-
den Dam, with a total popula-
tion of three: one man, one
woman, one child.
Fort Clayton, with a total ci-
vilian population of 1,196, of
whom 885 are Americans, is the
largest military camp or station;
the smallest Is the Gatun radio
station where two women reside.
By civilian' towns, the Canal
Zone population stands: Ancon-
Balboa-La Boca; 8997; Diablo
Heights. 805; Pedro Miguel, 744;
Red Tank, 1934; Cocoll, 723; Pa-
raso, 1586; Summit, 14; Madden
Dam. 3; Gamboa, 3266; Palo Se-
co, 125 (all but two of these pa-
tients); Corozal Hospital, 381, of
whom 33 are the resident staff;
Quarantine station, 1; rural Bal-
tobal area, 439.
Cristobal. 7277; Margarlta,1027;
Mlndl. Dairy. 133; Gatun, 2563;
Brazos Heights, 85; rural Cris-
tobal area,439.
Mother of Twins
Slain In Florida
Murder-Suicide
ORLANDO, Fla., April 28, (UP)
A 47-year-old man shot and
killed the widow he was dating
and then ended his own life to-
day after leaving a note asking
his wife to read the Bible and
have "nothing to do with any
other man."
The bodies of Harvell Bennett
of Ocoee and Mrs. Lona Robinson,
46, of Orla Vista were found jn
Bennett's car near an elementary
schol. Mrs. Robinson was shot In
each side of the chest with a .110
gauge shotgun and) Bennett In
the mouth with the same weap-
on.
Sheriff Dave Starr, who called
the deaths murder and suicide,
said autopsies disclosed that ap-
parently Bennett had driver! Mrs.
Robinson's body around In his car
for "several" hours before killing
himself. Bennett drove to his.es-
tranged wife's place of work af-
ter midnight and asked her "to
come out to the car to see the
woman I have been running a-
round with."
Stirr said apparently Mrs. Ro-
binson was dead at the time. Mis.
Bennett refused to go to the car.
A railroad worker spoke to Ben-
nett about 8 a.m., and his body
was found later by a woman car-
rying her children to school.
The body of Mrs. Robinson, a
brunette mother of six-year-old
twins. Phil and Bill, was found
stuffed in the back seat of the
car.
Deputy Sheriff J. J. Mitchell
said an undated note addressed
to Mrs. Bennett was found In the
Bennett home. Mrs. Bennett had
been living with a brother In
Winter Garden.
.Balboa Tides
Sunday, April 28, 1951
High Low
10:07 a.m.............3:45 s.m
10:3t p.m.............4:26 p._.
PRR Cargo
Restrictions
To Be Lifted
Restrictions on acceptance by
the Panama Railroad of cargo, to
be transshipped to Central Am-
erican ports will be removed
May 19.
An announcement that the
restrictions, imposed April 19,
were to be lifted was sent to all
shippers late yesterday after-
noon over the signature of E. S.
MacSparran, superintendent of
the Terminals Division.
"We are basing the removal of
these restrictions on Information
furnished this office by on-
carrlers (Ed. note: vessels on
which the cargo Is transshipped)
concerning Improved schedules
of vessels assigned to lift cargo
for above ports. Failure on the
part of oncarriers to maintain
proposed schedules will neces-
sitate immediate renewal of rest-
trlctlons.
"It will be expected that cargo
for the above ports will be lifted
in order of arrival and per cargo
orders] will be closely checked
to Insure that this is accom-
plished."
Balboa Gas Station
Attendant Jailed
On Funds Charge
Another American was arrest-
ed yesterday in the Canal Zone
for failing to account for gov-
ernment funds.
Latest defendant is Theodore
Krlsko, stocky, dark-haired at-
tendant at the Balboa gasoline
station. He is 38, an American.
The affidavit of complaint,
filed yesterday afternoon In
Balboa Magistrate's Court alle-
ges that he failed to account
for $572.66, "collected and re-
ceived by him as an employe
of the Panama Railroad In the
course of his employment as a
gasoline station attendant."
Police said that the shortage
In funds was discovered during
a check yesterday morning.
Krlsko was taken into custody
at 11:15 a.m. and brought to
court during f.ie afternoon ses-
sion.
He is held in lieu of $500 ball
pending preliminary hear lng
which Is set for Monday after-
noon.
The complaint was signed by
J. F Evans, manager of the
Balboa commissary and, since
the gasoline stations were taken
over by the Railroad, Krlsko'*
superior.
The statute used in the Krlsko
case is the same as that under
which retired undertaker Gro-
ver Bohan was charged. Bohan
pleaded guilty a little over a
week ago. A Jury failed to agree
aler a three-day trial. Also
charged In the same statute is
Mrs. Mina Dee, former cashier
for the Panama City freight
house. She is due for prelimina-
ry hearing Tuesday morning.
5,000,000 Australians
Ordered To Polls
SYDNEY, April 28 (UP).
Nearly 5,000,000 Australians went
to the polls today, to elect 60
senators and 123 representa-
tives.
Citizens who do not attend at
a polling booth are liable to a
$13 fine.
Woman, Driver!!
C.Z. police officer Robert 1 n -
gelke was injured slightly yes-
terday afternoon in a freak-
ish traffic accident.
A license examiner, Engelke
was giving st road test to Mrs.
Molly Jafre. As she started to
turn right at the Roosevelt
Avenue-Coroso Street intersec-
tion, she lost control of the
car. It crashed into the pedes-
tal In the center of the rail-
road crossing, damaging its
. left front. Mrs. Jafre was un-
hurt.
Engelke was thrown forward
against the windshield and his
forehead cut by the device
on his cap.
(NEA Telephoto)
GETTING READY In Vienna, Austria, Mrs. Lucille Vogeler
and her sons, Billy, 9, and Bobby, 11, get out the clothes
Robert Vogeler left behind when he was arrested In Hungary.
Vogeler, a vice president of the International Telephone and
Telegraph Corp., was sentenced to 15 years by Hungary on
an espionage charge. The Hungarian government agreed to
release him, and his family was awaiting his appearance
today.
* *
Vogeler Freed At Austrian
Border, Speeds To Family
VIENNA, April 28 (UP) Unit-
ed States businessman Robert
Vogeler, pale and gaunt after 17
months Imprisonment In Com-
munist Hungary, was set free at
the Austrian border village of
Nlckelsdorf this morning.
He sped Immediately to Vlen-
Year-Round 'Chest'
Committee on CZ
To Be Established
Steps toward establishment of
a permanent, year-round Com-
munity Chest committee were
taken this morning at a meeting
of the Chest's Executive Board
at the JWB library.
Each of the Chest's participat-
ing agencies local organiza-
tions which derive their funds in
whole or In part from the Com-
munity Chest will name one
member of the committee. Each
of the Isthmian Civic Councils,
which have sponsored the Chest,
drives, will also nominate a re-
presentative.
From this group General
Council President F. J. Moum-
blow will name the group, with
other appointments from the
community possible, to study
the budgets of each agency and
allocate funds to be included
in the Chest campaigns.
na and his wife and two sons,
who had not seen him since 1949.
In Vienna Mrs. Lucille Vogeler
could only say "Oh." Then she
burst Into tears.
At the frontlet, Vogeler poked
his head out the window of the
US legation car in which he was
travelling and called to cheer-
ing newsmen: "I'm the happiest
man In the world."
Vogeler had served 17 months
of a 15 year sentence on spy
charges.
Mrs. Vogeler and the boys had
not seen him since he left Vien-
na for Budapest Sept 30, 1949.
He was arrested In November and
sentenced Feb. 22, 1950.
Edgar Sander a British citizen
who received 13 years from the
same court at the same time,
has hot been released.
The Hungarian Government
has announded that the price
paid by the US for Vogeler's re-
lease was:
The reopening of the Hunga-
rian consulates In New York and
Cleveland, closed in retaliation
for Vogeler's arrest;
The lifting of the Washington-
imposed ban on travel by United
States citizens In Hungary;
The restitution of Hungarian
property In the United States
zone of Germany:
A change in the wavelength
of the Munich relay of the Voice
of America, which presently con-
flicts with the Radio Budapest
frequency.
'Rock' Counts
Dead, Suspects
Blast Sabotage
TOKYO, April 28 (UP) Allied forces fell back into
a tight defense arc before Seoul today and poured artil-
lery fire from its rubbled streets into a Chinese siege army
less than five miles away.
The U.S. 8th Army wrote off Uijongbu, fortress out-
post 11 miles above Seoul and the town fell to the Reds.
But the 8th Army did not write off the twice undefended
Korean capital.
Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet, who said the Reds would
be stopped north of the Han River which traverses Seoul,
set up blazing field guns inside the city, poured ammuni-
tion and supplies into it, and pulled his 8th Army men
back into defense positions ringing it to the north.
Heavy rain cut down Allied air support.
All but 100,000 of Seoul's 1.500.-
000 pre-war inhabitants already
have fled in anticipation of the
city changing hands for the flf tti
time in the 10-month-old war.
The 500.000 man Commuoitt
offensive forced new Allied with-
drawals all along the Kotean
front except on the east coast.
The Reds seemed oblivious to
their loss of more than 40,000
killed and wounded in the first
week of their assault.
Their offensive In seven day
has carried across 35 miles of ter-
rain lt took the Allies three
months to liberate.
On the central front, scene of
the first Communist break-
through, the Allies abandoned
Kapyong, 12 miles south of the
parallel and a section of the stra-
tegic Seoul-Chunchon highway
and fell back across the Pukhan
River.
The highway was given up af-
ter Allied withdrawals all along
the battlefront made the lateral
route of no further use to United
Nations supply movements.
Chinese troops attacked trie
withdrawing Allies sporadically,
but did not penetrate the rear-
guard lines. They made no at-
tempt to cross the Pukhan.
The Communist "human sea*
was bearing down on Seou
through two broad valleys. One
was below Munsan to the north-
west and the other along the his-
toric invasion corridor due north
through Uijongbu.
As they swarmed southward tn
broad daylight below Munsan
and from Uijongbu, the tw.'n
drives gradually merged.
Seoul was converted into "an
allied artillery emplacement" la:,
night.
The thunder of the heavy guns
reverberated through the ancient
streets, and the lightning-Ilk
flashes of their shots played over
the blackened buildings.
Despite rain, fog and heavy
clouds, the Air Force and Navy
and Marine airmen reported in-
flicting an estimated 1,215 ene-
my casualties.
Thousands of Chinese In fresh
units were reported moving south,
passing through the battered and
exhausted Red divisions which
began the offensive.
GIBRALTAR, April 28 (UP).
Salvage vessels, divers and Brit-
ish special investigators con-
verged on this city today to try
to determine whether sabotage
lies behind the Blklnl-llke blast
that sank the ammunitions ves-
sels Bedenham, killed six people
and Injured hundreds more yes-
terday.
First aid stations set up in
the streets dealt with hundreds
of injured yesterday after the
three hospitals here were Jam-
med.
Some eye witnesses said the
blast occurred when flames from
a nearby burning lighter licked
Into the open holds of the Be-
denham.
Stevedores were unloading a
cargo of live ammunition and
stores at the time.
In London Informed quarters
said security officers were con-
cerned ever the similarity be-
tween the Bedenham explosion
and an attempt to blow up the
Fort Rosalie at Portsmouth last
July when the ship had a 10,000
arms cargo aboard.
In this attempt a lighter ferry-
ing ammunition out to the Fort
Rosalie blew up.
A court of Inquiry determined
saboteurs had done the Job, us-
ing a thermite time bomb.
Pilot Who Landed
On Mt. Rainier
Pays $300 Fine
LONDRES, Wash., April 28.
(UP). Army Lieutenant Joe
W. Hodckin was fined $300
here today for landing his
Piper Culi plane atop 14,108
ft. Mt. Rainier April 12.
He was declared guilty of
violating a regulation which
prohibits the landing of a
plane on land or water in
a National Park.
Hodgkin said he did not try
to get previous permission to
land on Mt. Rainier "because
I knew It would be hopeless."
Jap Ship Runs Aground
Near San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO. April 28 .
(UP) The Japanese ship Ken-
koku Maru has radioed that lt
ran aground off Farrallone Is-
lands, 21 miles west of San Fran-
cisco.
Though the engine room la
broken open the vessel Is not be-
lieved in immediate danger of
sinking.
Byrnes Heads Southern Governors Fight
To Keep Segregation Pattern In Schools
By WILLIAM M. BATES
COLUMBIA. S. C. April 28
(UP iThree Dixie Governors
who have vowed that Negroes
will not enter the white schools
of their states were reported to
have held informal talks today
on the growing legal threat to
segregation.
Govs. Herman Talmadge o'
Georgia and Fielding Wright of
Mississippi attended a dinner
given by Gov. James F. Byrnes
of South Carol a. And there
was an Indication that Byrnes
is attempting to weld a south-
ern Governor's front to defend
the Souths pattern of segrega-
tion.
All three have said if the U. 8.
Supreme Court orders an end to
segregation in the public
schools, they will shut the-a
down rather than permit whites
and Negroes to sit together In
classrooms.
Officially, the dinner was part
of Dixie Day ceremonies at near-
by Fort Jackson. 8. C. But re-
liable sources said the three
Governors would hold private
discussions on the explosive
segregation Issue which will
come to a head in federal court
in South Carolina next month.
Byrnes said there was abso-
lutely no political significance
to the dinner. But he added that
he did not usually limit his
guests to the topics of discussion.
Byrnes has already called on
17 southern states to aid South
Carolina in a suit to be argued
before a three-Judge federal
court In May which seeks to
overturn segregation.
The suit, brought by the Na-
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People,
attacks the principle of public
school segregation Itself. Here-
tofore, most school segregation
cases have demanded equal
facilities.
If Byrnes Is seeking to line up
a southern front, lt will be his
first such move since he came
out of retirement last year to
become governor of South Caro-
lina. Byrnes is a former Supreme
Court Justice, Secretary of State.
"Assistant" President, and U. S.
Senator.
Although Byrnes is a frequent
critic of President Truman's
"Fair Deal" program, he is not
expected to lead a southern re-
volt outside the Democratic par-
ty. But he is expected to be ac-
tive in the 1852 National Demo-
cratic Convention.
Byrnes has refused to take tha
leadership of the States' Rights
movement which carried four
Dixie States away from the Tru-
man column In 1948. And he haa
said flatly he will never again
be a candidate for public office.
Wright and Talmadge are also
critics of the Truman adminis-
tration. Wright ran for VI';
President on the States' Rights
ticket In 1948 while Talmadg
did not commit himself.
Ex-Gov. J. Strom Thurmond
of South Carolina, the States'
Rights candidate for President,
was also present at tonight a
dinner as well as a number of
other persons.
The occasion for the meethig
la a review tomorrow of the 31st
National Guard Division at Fort
Jackson.


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.................April SO
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Arrives
New York Freight Service________________ Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................May 4
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................May 12
S.S. Cape Ann ..............................'... May 20
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................May W
rrrlghl Hallln Weekly fr. Hum. lo Crfctohal
Weekly Sillines lo New Vork. In Ane.li-.. San I ranrl-.ro. Setltle
Occailonal Balling* lo New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Sleamera In lilla crvlre are llmlled lo twelve pauaniari)
rraajueat Krelihi Sallln from Cr'Mobal lo Weal Coait renlral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chlrlqui......(Passenger Service Only)......May 1
S.S. Chlrlqui .....iPassenjrer Service Only).....May IS
S.S. Chlrlqui.......... ........................May 9
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CK1STOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON ft
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FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ...........Due Cristbal. May 2nd
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ...,. .Due, Cristobal, May 8th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.8. "SANTA LUISA" ............Sails Cristbal. April 30th
8.6. "SANTA ELISA" .............Sails Cristbal, May 7th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "GUNNERS KNOT" ...........Due Balboa, May 11th
M.V, "ANCHOR HITCH" ...........Due Cristobal, May 27th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ........Sails Cristbal, May 5th
'Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panama 2-0556 0557 Balboa 15S7 2158
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BREDA .............................May 21
HERA..............................May 31
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PLATO .............................May $
INO ................................May 10
CLIO ...............................May If
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
CLIO ...............................May t
PYGMALION .......................May tt
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
GANYMEDES .......................May 4
HELDER ...........................May If
HERA ..............................May 15
TO ARGENTINE, URUCUAY and BRAZIL:
GANYMEDES.......................May 4
"K.N.S.M." CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218, 3-1219
(Passenger And Freight)
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(Passenser* Only)
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Wanderer
Young Desmond Howie, red-
cheekect Argentine son of British
part-ins, is looking for a way io
get home. Close to the time when
he must be back In Argentina to
serve his required stint in the Ar-
my, "JO-year-old Howie has had to
foreso his dreams of riding the
length of South America on his
BSA motorcycle.
Hs has been on the Isthmus ior
about a month, after coming
overland from New York. His
trip actually started in England
where he was studying Diesel
engineering. He worked nis pas-
sage to Norfolk spent seven days
in New York and left there Jan.
17 for Buenos Aires overland.
11 was able to come by road to
CANASTA//
BY OSWALD JACOB*
Written for NEA Service
"Why do you say that the pac*
Is frozen if the dealer turns up a
wild card or a red three?" asks
correspondent. "I understood
that tne pack was frozen from
the beginning anywayat least,
until your tiae hM made its first
meld. What is the difference.'"
There is a difference. It you
want to take the discard pile for
tht first meld made by your ilde,
you need a pair of natural carls
that match the previous discard
whether or not the pack Is fro-
zen. In this case it makes no dif-
ference whether or not the dealer
has turned up a wild card or a
red three to begin with.
However, suppose you make
the Initial meld from your hand
(instead of taking the discard
pile.) Usually, this unfreeses the
pile for you and your partner. F(.r
later melds, either you or your
partner can take the pile with
Just one card that matches the
previous discard together with a
wild card.
If ths pack Is born frosen, It
stays froaen when you make the
Initial meld from your hand. You
or your partner still need a
matching pair of natural cards to
pick up a discard.
P!ayers often ask another ques-
tion about the initial meld when
ths pack is frosen. Some people
have the idea that you need Hie
mil count outside of tht pair
that you use to take the pile.
Other people think that you
must meld from your hand first
and lake the pile only on a later
turn. Still others think you mint
always have the exact count,
without even 5 points more. All
of these are mistaken Ideas.
If you take the discard pile for
your side's initial meld, you al-
ways need a pair of natural cards
that match the previous discard.
And your total meld must be at
leas', as much as the required
count.
For example, suppose you ntfd
30 points, and that the previous
discard Is a king. You may take
the discard pile with a pair of
kings and a deuce from your
hand. You put down a count of
40 points, and the discarded ktr.a
brings the full meld up to 50
points.
This Is a perfectly proper meld
whether or not ths discard pile is
frozen and no matter it It is born
frozen or froten by a later ills-
card.
It would be equally proper to
put down to kings and a joker
from your hand. In this case, of
course, you would have more
than the required count. Tint
would not prevent you from tak-
ing the pile and melding. You m
not allowed to have less than the
required count, but there Is no
rule against having more.
It is never necessary to make
the first meld from your hand
before you can touch the discard
pile.
San Jose but there he had to put
himself and his motorcycle on a
plane and fly to David. Best
stretch of the inter American
highway, he reported, was In Sal-
vador, the worst In costa Rica.
Howie is trying now to work his
way, on ship, down the South
American west coast. He will ride
across the continent then 10
reach his home in Buenos Aires.
Island-Bound
Two yachts are clearing Balboa
today and tomorrow for the Ga-
lapagos, one of them destined
eventually to New Zealand and
the other scheduled for a week's
stop at Cocos Island en route.
Clearing today for a week's stay
in Cocos is the 37-foot auxiliary
ketch Symbol, owned by Erneat E.
Divine, Jr. Its final destination is
Wreck Bay in the Galapagos
where the Divines have been liv-
ing for the past two years. The
Divines have permission from the
Costa Rlcan government to stay
at Cocos legendary site of fa-
bulous burled treasure for not
more than a week.
Divine, 34, will operate a ham
radio station at Cocos, his call
letters being TIWORC. If the Co-
cos weather, however, does hot
permit him to go ashore. Divine
does not expect to stay as Cocos
offers no sheltered anchorage for
his ketch.
Clearing tomorrow will be Ron-
ald J. Frost's ketch Axellt with
her crew of two. Axelle arrived in
Cristobal March 15 from Cowes,
England, after a trans-Atlantic
crossing via Madeira, Barbados,
etc.
Pithing Pees
An increased revenue of about
$100,000 will accrue to the Pana-
manian government as the result
of upped fees for bait fishing li-
censes, a Canal Zone agent esti-
mated today. The new fees range
from $450 a year for vessels of 25
tons and under to $1,500 a year
for craft over 150 tons.
The majority of tuna fishing
vessels fall in the latter class. In
this class the Increase is $500
per year.
A large number of tuna fishers
are now at sea waiting enactment
of the decree which set rates and
dates for bait fishing and they
are expected to arrive in local
ports within the next week or so.
Fishing for live bait will be
permitted annually from March
15 to Nov. 30. For this year tem-
porary permits will authorize bait
fishing from April 28 to next Jan.
14.
To Nicaragua
Representatives of several coun
tries are passing through Pana-
ma this week by PAA to attend
the presidential inauguration of
Gen. Anastaclo Somoza.
Out of Tocumen yesterday was
Ricardo Martinez Vargas, Boil*
vlan Ambassador in Washington,
who arrived here early yesterday
from Miami. Due today is Gui-
llermo Sevilla Sacasa, Nicara-
gua ambassador to Washington
and Jose Lequerlca, Spain's en-
voy to the U.S., both from Miami
for a plane change here.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
ISPANA, Mr. and Mrs. Francis-
co, of Colon, daughter, April 25,
Colon Hospital.
Deaths
SMITH, Baby Girl, one
April 26, Gorgas Hospital.
day,
Lucky Discovery lor
Hard of Hearing
Thomandi of man ant womti
wno could not boar \'ll ana wro
alanool daa( bocauaa of oar catarrh,
aro now juaklna tho lucky dlacov-
ory of SPANTHX. Wan now oay
taoy can hoar a clock tick IS ftot
away. Ut tPANTBX from rtmr
Sruffiat today. 8*0 how faat M
Uaaulatto kooaar naarlaaj.
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settle a bidding ar-
aska a correspond-
mlssed a game and
know whose i'ault it
"Please
gument,"
ent. "We
want to
was.
is N o r t h 's Jump to three
spades a forcing bid? If not,
Is it tht sort of bid that is.vt
strictly forcing but that no-
body ever passes anyhow?
"if North's juhp to three
spadeg was forcing, South ob-
viously had no right to pa.t.
But if North's jump was not
forcing, should South have
bid again anyway?
"In the play, South made
11 tricks. Dummy won the
first trick with the ace of
diamonds and led the act of
hearts followed by the queen
of hearts.
"Bast covered with the king
ot hearts, and South ruffed.
South next cashed the king
and ace of spades, drawing
trumps. He discarded a dia-
mond on tht lack of hearts
and then ruffed a- heart. This
set up a heart trick, and de-
clarer wound up losing only
one club and one diamond.
"However, what about the
way the hand was bid?"
North's Jump to three spades
was not forcing. Moreover,
South had every right, to pass.
North should have jumped
all the way to four spades
Instead of merely Inviting a
game. This would not dis-
courage South from going on
If ha happened to have en-
ough values to cons 1 d e r a
slam. On the contrary, South
should realize that a jump to
four spades shows a stronger
North hand than a Jump to
three spades.
Wnen North Jumped lo
three spades. South had rea-
son to think that the North
hand was only fairly good In-
stead of very good. South was
Justified In believing that
North could not supply enough t
'Maid 01 Cotton's'
Emissary Prepares
Her June Visit Here
Preliminary arrangements for
the coming visit in June to Pan-
ama of the United States' "Maid
of Cotton" will be made here next
wee"c by Paul Jones, of the Na-
tional Cotton Council.
Jones is arriving Monday even-
ing via Branlff from Havana nnd
will spend the night here, leaving
the following morning for Medel-
lln and Bogota. He will return
to Panama, however early Satur-
day afternon from Colombia to
spend the remainder of the af-
ternoon and evening In Panama
City before continuing on to Li-
ma on Branlff s flight 403.
This year's Maid, selected from
18 cotton producing States of the
United States, will visit Latin
America for the first tima' since
International tours were started
In 1930 to tell the world about the
varied uses of cotton.
Sponsored Jointly by Branlff
International Airways and the
National Cotton Council of the
United SUtes. the 1851 Queen will
visit Cuba, Panama, Peru, Bra-
zil, Argentina, Uruguay, Para-
guay and Chile during the month
of June.
Emphasising the use of cotton
In the field of fashion, she will
have a wardrobe designed by 30
top U.8. designers. Her summer
and winter all-cotton wardrobe
will be shown in each of the La-
tin countries she will visit.
In addition to her Latin Amer-
ican tour, the Maid of Cotton will
travel for six months all over the
United States, Previous Ma'.ds
have made trips to England and
Europe..
produce game, since with a hana
of that quality North would have
bid the game Instead of just In-
viting it.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guarsnteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savittft Account
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
i
Wt makt loans
with guaranttes on
other atcurltitt.
first morttftt
or
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety dapotit boxtt, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sires.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
10 Central Ate. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St, at earner
of 7th St.
a.
R. De ROUX
Manager.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Manager.
HOURS:
Prom tiff a.m. te l:Sf p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to U:M p.m.
J
for/Uy W* CbwnJssV
The Chose National Bank
of tht City
t Now York
Total resources over $5,283,000,000.00
General Banking
PANAMA BRANCH
COLON BRANCH
CRISTOBAL BRANCH
BALBOA BRANCH
DAVID BRANCH
PP* Specialize in Financing Import and Export
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LABEL
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"The Diet and Ullrich TMbel i Your Guarantee of Quality
DIERS and ULLRICH, S. A.
( Emalil ihe.i 1903)
PANAMA COLON


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ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. COCOLI, SCENE
OP WEDDING YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
At four 'clock yesterday afternoon in St. Andrew' Epis-
copal Church, Cocoll. Mita Iva Jean Bolin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Junios L. Bonn of Cocoll and Dade City, Florida,
Became the bride of Francis George Teste, Jr., son of Mr.
Bid Mrs. Francis G. Test* of Lake Placid, New York. The
sht RcTerend Rerlnald Haber Gooden, Bishop of The Pa-
nama Canal Zone, read the marriage service and pronounced
the blessinf. .. W1,
White iladloll filled the attar Tases. Baskets of dahlias
In pastel shades were used at the entrance to the chancel,
which was lighted with candles in floor candelabra. Before
the serrlce. Danny Co sans "Because" and "I Uw You
Truly" and the wedding marches were played by Mrs. Wilma
Shtrer, church organist.
I
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f
The bride was given In mar-
riage by her father. She wore a
whits satin wedding gown of
classic simplicity, made with a
, high neckline, fitted bodice, long
sleeves and a full skirt with a
, short train. Her flnger-tlp length
veil was edged with Chantllly
lace and was held in place with a
coronet of seed pearls and orange
blossoms. She wore her grana-
mother's wedding ring on a gold
chain. Her arm bouquet was of
white gardenias.
Miss Mary Fells, maid of honor,
was gowned In powder blue or-
ganza and carried blue hydran-
geas, while the bridesmaid. Miss
Paula Mumma. wore an identical
gown of yellow organza and env-
rled yellow dahlias. They wore
Dutch caps of organza.
Vlcki Lynne Baldwin, flower
girl, wore a long frock of palu
pink net with a halo of forget-
me-nots and carried a basket of
gardenias. Clay Taul, young cou-
sin of the bride, was the ring-
bearer.
The best man was Frank Loar
and the ushers were Robert
Smith and Charles VlntOn.
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Bolin entertained relatives
and intimate friends at a recep-
tion at the Pedro Miguel Boat
Club. The club was, attractively
decorated for the reception In
bridal white and green. Mrs. >-
lin's gown was of white silk mar*
quisette and her accessories of '>r-
chld .color. She wore an orchid
corsage. Mrs. W. L. Williamson
had charge of the bride's book.
The young couple are spending
their honeymoon at Santa Clara
Beach. They will be at home-af-
ter Map 16 at Locona. For travel-
ling the bride wore a llme-colocsd
gabardine suit with white acces-
sories and a corsage of gardenias.
Dr. Mondes Pcreira
Returns from Cuba
Dr. Octavio Mndez Pereira,
Rector of the University of Pana-
ma and Chairman of UNESCO
for this region, returned to Pan-
ama Friday from bis UNESCO
headquarters In Havana, Cuba.
\
Husum-Barca Engagement
Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hu-
sum. former residents of the Ca-
nal Zone, announce the engage-
men', of their daughter, Shinty,
to Lawrence Barca, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Barca o
Margarita, Canal Zone. The
bride-elect resides at Curundu. A
July wedding is planned.
Visitors Return
from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Miro
Qutsada have returned to Pana-
ma from a trip to New York and
are visiting her mother, Ma
Francisco Arias, Paredes, before
leaving for their home in Lima,
Peru-
I
I
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sibley
to Visit Panama
Dr. Robert Sibley, well known
educator and author and Mrs.
6ibl?y of San Francisco. Califor-
nia, who are making a tour of
Central and South America, will
arrive here May 2 for a stay of
two days at Hotel El Panama.
Dr Sibley resigned recently af-
ter 35 years as executive manager
f the University of California
Alumni Association. Local Cali-
fornia alumni are planning to
honor him and his wife at a no
host dinner to be held in the Be-
lla Vista room of Hotel El Pana-
ma Wednesday night. All who are
Interested in meeting Dr. Sibley
and his wife, whether they are
alumni of California or not, ere
Invited to Join the party. Reser-
vations may be made by tele-
phoning Mrs. Audrey Kline at the
hotel, Panama 3-18C0, during
working hours, or at her home,
Balboa 2819, after 0 p.m. and
during the week-end.
At present Dr. Sibley Is presi-
dent of the San Francisco Devel-
opment League to assist council
of defense in the west to coor-
dinate electrical activities In
time of war.
Mrs. HaUoran Sails -
for the United States
Mrs. Edward R- HaUoran, wife
of Commander HaUoran of the
15th Naval District, sails today
on the transport Goethals. She
will go to Washington, D.C.. to
visit her son-in-law and daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Edward
Malone before their departure
for Bangalore, India. Mrs. Hallo-
ran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
D. Griffin of St. Louis, will meet
her In Washington.
Return from California
Mrs. Ricardo de la Guardia
(Mae Morrlce) and her son, Ri-
cardo, have returned to Panama
from a trip to California.
Former Residents
Visit Here
Dr. and Mrs. John L. Rice of
New York are guests for a tew
days at Hotel El Panama. Thy
resided in Panama In 1918 when
he was with the Rockefeller
Foundation. Dr. and Mrs. Rice
are touring Central and South
America.
Dance Tonight
at Hotel Tivoli
The Spanish club of Balboa
High School Is holding its annual
dance tonight in the Ballroom of
the Hotel Tivoli.
Mrs. Burt Visitor
at Fort Kobbe
Mrs. Marlon Burt of Columbus,
Georgia, is visiting her son, Lt.
Thomas Hannah Burt, at Port
Kobbe. She is a daughter of Ccl.
James G. Hannah, U.S. Army,
ret. and Mrs. Hannah, who were
stationed at Corozal in 1927 and
1928 and now reside In Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford
Move to Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Ford, who
have been residing in Colon for
several months, are moving dur-
ing this week-end to their home
at No. 17, 43rd Street, Bella Vista.
Many Will Attend Fiesta
Today at Morgan's Garden
The public is cordially Invited
to the Spring Festival which tiis
parish of St. Luke's Cathedral is
giving from 3 to 9 p.m. today at
Morgan's Garden at Miraflores.
Admission is 25 cents and there
will be fun and entertainment for
all ages. Picnic food will be sold.
The proceeds will be used for
parish organization needs and
for the All Souls' Columbarium
Fund.
An
English-Spanish Speaking
KINDERGARTEN
TEACHER
is needed by
Panam Private School
Working hours:
7:45 to 11:34 a.m.
Telephone 2-3437
THE PANAMA GOLF CLUB
ANNOUNCES
That a Tea Party preceded by Card Games will be of-
fered to all Wives of members, every Thursday from 2
p.m. on, starting on Thursday, May 3rd, 1951.
TOE BALLET TAP
Why give your child dancing lessons!!
Here are 3 important reasons and answers.
1. To cultivate and develop the natural ability of those
with Inborn talentsTomorrow's Dancers.
t. To help those who may be naturally awkward, stiff,
backward and shy by giving them the proper exer-
cises suited to their specific needs.
3. To give pleasure in general by assisting their phys-
ical development and adding poise and grace much
needed in every day life.
Register now with DOROTHY CHASE
Call Balboa 1751
Classes will be taught all thru the Summer.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hare
of Diablo Heights announce the
birth of a daughtei, Marllyftn
Virginia, at Panama Hospital on
April 23.
Theater Guild Try-Outs
Try-outs for "Night Must Fall"
will be held May 2 and 3 at 7 p.m.
at the Diablo Theater. All mem-
bers and prospective members of
the Theater Guild Interested in
parts for this play are urged to
be present.
John D. Veney Jr.
Dies In Florida
John D. Veney, Jr., who was
bom In the Canal Zone and who
received his early education here,
died April 19 at his home near
Dawson, Florida, after a long ill-
ness. He was 34 years old.
Word of his death came from
relatives in Gainesville, Fla.
Mr. Veney's father was em-
ployed as a blacksmith for che
then Mechanical Division and the
family lived fpr several years on
the Atlantic 8ide. John Jr.. at-
tended the Cristobal elementary
school and was a sophomore at
Cristobal High School when the
family left the Isthmus.
He was born March 5, 1917 at
Ancon.
Mr. Veney Is survived by nls
wife and parents, one brother,
Marshall Veney of Gainesville
and three sisters, Mrs. Louise
Hawthorne, of San Francisco,
Mrs. Helen Vaughan of West
Palm Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Mar-
garet Martin, of Columbia, S.C.
Leaders Run Close
In May King Voting
Following is the present status
of the candidates in the contest
for king and queen of the St. Pet-
er's Church May fete scheduled
for the night of May 30.
King: Ernesto Robertson, 2.272
votes; William Myrle, Jr.. 2,225;
Marcus Gran num. Jr., 2,090;
Lloyd Bell, 1.925; Victor Smith,
Jr., 730; Christopher Greaves,
Jr.,480.
Queen: Bette Davis, 2,399; Lin-
neth Hinds, 2,235; Marcla Bush-
ell, 2,115: Donzella Clunes. 1.86?;
Loma Mitchell, 984; Sybil Bes,
865.
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19S1 RED CROSS FUND
Tira tvery mal into
a nil pleasure by
serviig KELLOtt'S
lice Krisiws!
Taslo M as It eases out of sao
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Now id4 mill< o*4 sugor to
lotto. Mow itJMBtsf ... Feu
simply can't a wishetri this
.. KILLOOOS torool
lor break hit, for iuf sr and
totwten istaolta
tiCEKIIIHE -APC.n.t,
KLIM
Is
recommended
CZ Scout Awards
For Past Year
Are Announced
Ellis L. Fawcett. member of
the local council of the Inter-
national Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone, has been named council-
man of the year 1950-51.
He was presented with an
award at a meeting of the local
council on the Atlantic side
Thursday night.
Maurice Heywood. leader of
troop 7. Paraso, at a district
camporee in Gamboa, was cited
leader of the year. George
Hamilton of troop 8, Gamboa,
was cited scout of the year.
At a district camporee In Ga-
tun. Daniel Foster of trooo 4.
Silver City, received a letter
from President William Jump
complimenting him as runner-
up for leader of the year. Sin-
clair Small of troop 12, Silver
City, was named runner-up for
scout of the year In a letter of
commendation from the presl-
Rev. L B. Shirley Is
Nine Years Ordained
The Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
priest hi charge of 8t. Peter's
church, La Boca, received con-
gratulations Wednesday on the
ninth anniversary of his ordina-
tion to the priesthood.
He was advanced to the
priesthood by the Right Rev.
Harry Beal. late blshoo of the
Panama Canal Zone, who previ-
ou-1" ordained him to the dla-
conate.
Rev. Shirley first served as
priest In charge of St. Chrlsto-
Dher's mission, Rio Abajo, which
he built up-
on the death of Rev. John T.
Mulcare In June. 1944. Bishop
Beal appointed him priest in
charge of the parish of St.
Peter's also. He ran both par-
ishes until about two years ago
When relieved of St. Christo-
pher's^^___________________
dent.
The Pacific District Commlt-
' i ro^vp-e in the Paraso
school on Monday, at 7:30 p. m.
A DATE TO REMEMBER!
APRIL 30TH
GREAT SALE at
ZIG-ZAG
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never seen before!
offers
GATENO'S
104 Central Avenue, Panam
FINE MATERIAL, LINGERIE, DRESSES
and many thousands of articles at the
lowest prices ever offered!
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TROPIDlRA STORES
Near National Stadlui
Panam, R. P.
Efficiency Develops
Margarita Site
Cheaper and Faster
The grading done by the Mu-
nicipal Division at Margarita In
the preparation of sites for
houses to be built there next
year was completed at a cost
which is $30,525 below the Divi-
sion's own estimate for the pro-
ject and $31.715 below the lowest
competitive bid for the townalte
extension work.
The site development was also
completed in a record of time of
88 days, according to informa-
tion from the Engineering and
Construction Bureau.
The record was made possible
primarily by the efficiency,
teamwork and good management
of the men on the Job, accord-
ing to supervisors who said
their work has "outstanding and
over and above what could be
expected in normal duties."
Many of the employes volun-
tarily worked extra hours on
the planning and execution of
the job.
The new housing area for
which the grading was done is
located south of Espave Avenue
In Margarita, where houses are
scheduled for construction In the
1952 fiscal year.
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SATURDAY. APRIL t, 1951
Senators Take Over 1st Place In American Loop
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NEW YORK, April 28 The Senators took over sole
i possession of first place in the American League by whip
! ping the Athletics 6-1 in a Washington night contest.
Cuban Sandalio Consuegra
j hurled a fine iive-hltter lor the
m Senators to follow in the fool-
I steps of his countryman Con
3 Marrero who had a one-hitter
- the day before.
* The Senators pounded torre
- Athletics pitchers for ten nift.
including two double by Irv
. Noren and a triple by Gil Coan.
Although ailing with fever,
* Lou Boudreag ex-Indian
. player-manager applied
* the spark which are the
Red Sox a 4-3 victory over
he Yankees at Boston.
J He figured in two double-
? plays drove in what proved >o
Z be the winning run with one o!
.. his two hits and played brll-
* iiantly afield, handling six
Z :hances at shortstop.
Although Mel Parnell yielded
" nine hits and six walks, the sup-
port afield enabled him to leave
J; eleven men on base. All tills
,'. came you Yankees ace Vic Raschl
* who had beaten the Red Sox 0:1
L Opening Day at Yankee Sta-
> dium.
Boudreau drove in the decid-
ing run in a two-run rally In
the fifth after the Red Sox pre-
viously had Rotten to Raschl for
two rims in the third-
The Yankees' gloom piled up
as Joe DIMaggio. after hitting
his first homer o the season,
came out of the game with an
Injured right shoulder. Jerry
Coleman, playing with a bad leg.
made two errors and Mickey
Mantle, the rookie wonder, got
no hits in four times at bat.
In the National League.
panic seised the Giants who
went down to their ninth
straight defeat losing to
the Bravt, 7-3 at the Polo
Grounds as Warren Spahn
pitched a Iive-hltter to win
a battle of homers.
Gradv Halton hit another Red
homer while league fence bust-
inn champ Ralph Klner found
his range for the first time this
season.
Gerry Staley pitched a slx-
hitter to Rive the Cardinals
3-0 win over the Cubs at Chicago.
It was the second straight Card-
inal shutout victory. Staley beat
rookie Bob Schult2. who yielded
only five hits but was troubled
bv his wlldnss and his own
fielding lapse.
The Dodgers came out of a
hitting slump to defeat the
Phillies 11-5 at Philadelphia as
Gil Hodges set the pace wi'-h
two homers and a double. Billy
Cox also homered and Del Ennls
got one lor the Phils as Joe
Hatten coasted to a ten-hit
triumph.
No other games were sched-
uled.
Cristbal Tigers
Hoopsters Prepare
For Home Stand
After playing live games on
the Road Cristobal High School
Tigers basketballers return to
their lair in high hopes of bring-
ing with them an interscholastic
championship. The league is the
j strongest it has been in years
I but the fight to the finish will
probably be between the Cristo-
bal Tigers and the Balboa Bull-
dogs. Junior College, having lust
to both clubs, could still be the
giant killer and swing the ba;-
n was the'longest Giant losing anee either way.
streak since 1944 for the club
which most experts selected to
win the National League pen-
, nant. Each team made three
; homers but the Braves were the
, more productive.
Willard Marshall, an ex-Giant.
. blasted a three-run homer to
! provide the winning margin in
i the sixth while Sid Gordon, also
an ex-Giant, and Bob Elliott hit
L other round trippers.
Leo Durocher shook up his
* line-up and at least produced
3 homers by rookie Rafael Noble.
Jack Magulre and Eddie Stanky.
none of whom were in the previ-
, ous game. It was the first start
. or the vear for Noble and
Magulre.
Joe Adcock's two-run in-
,. side-the-park homer in the
sixth inning gave the Reds
a 7-5 triumph over the Pir-
. ates in a Pittsburgh night
- game.
Due to the limited seating
capacity of the Cristobal High
Gymnasium, all home games
will be aired over Radio Atln-
tico. Short Wave Station HOLA,
on the 31 meter band at 1390
kilocycles. Trevor Simons will be
at the mike.
HOME SCHEDULE
May 18C.H.S.Balboa High.
Mav 1 C.S.Junior College.
May 4 CHSBalboa High.
May 1C.H.S.Junior College
GREAT GRANNY
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Kentucky Derby, is the great-
great-grandam of Repetolre. a
prominent candidate this vear.
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Cristobal High
Cops Two Games
From Balboa
Cristobal High School met Bal-
boa High School In the third
game of the interschool Basket-
ball league ut Balboa Gymna-
sium last night for two games,
the first of which was between
the Junior Varsity teams. The
JV half time score was BHS 12
Cristobal 22 and the final score
found Balboa 32 points and Cris-
tobal, the victors with 35.
BALBOA
Name of Players Points Made
3 Donahue 4 0
1st Half 2nd Hall
17 Ostrea 2 4
16 Harbor 0 0
10 T. Davidson 0 3
7 Bovd 0 0'
14 Bavbourne 8 8
6 Sparrow 0 2
8 Stacey 0 3
CRI8TOBAL
Name of 1st. Half 2nd Half
P layers
S T. Baiter 3 2
11 Bryant 2 0
5 B. salter 5 2
10 Sears 8 0
12 McLaughlin 2 0
5 Rhlnehart 2 8
Balboa's Varsity, who won
their game with CZJC last Tues-
day night, lost to Cristobal, 42
to 50 in a close exciting eon-
test. The score at the half was
20-24, Cristobal's favor. The
shooting duel between Oscar
Kourany and J Bailey, who each
made 5 baskets shot well out
from the free throw area, high-
lighted the first half.
BALBOA
Name of Players Points Made
1st Half 2nd Half
15 Bradv 2 8
23 O. Kourany 10 4
21 E. Kourany 3 5
11 Updike 3 1
12 Ostrea 2 2
14 Herring 0 0
13 Maphls 0 2
20 Winfrey 0 0
22 Troncosa 0 0
24 Rlchter 0 0
10 Davidson 0 0
CRISTOBAL
American League
Teams W L Pet.
Washington .... 7 1 .875
Cleveland..... fl 1 .857
Chicago..... 5 3 .825
New York .... 84 .600
Boston...... 5 4 .556
Detroit...... 2 4 .333
St. Louis..... 2 7 .222
Philadelphia' ... 1 10 .091
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit
Cleveland at St. Louis
Washington at New York
Boston at Philadelphia
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 100 002 0003 9 2
Boston 002 020 00X4 10 1
Raschl (2-1), Terrier and
Berra.
Philadelphia 1
Washington 6
(Night Game'
No other games scheduled.
GAMi: PLAYED THURSDAY
' NIGHT
Phi la. 000 100 0001 1 1
Wash. 010 000 lOx2 8 0
Coleman <01) and Astroth.
Marrero i2-0> and Grasso.
National League
Teams w L Pet
St. Louis..... 6 2 .714
Boston ......'84 .667
Brooklyn..... 6 4 .600
Philadelphia ... 6 4 .600
Pittsburgh .... 4 4 .500
Chicago...... 4 4 .500
Cincinnati .... 36 .333
New York ... 2 10 .167
TODAY'S GAME8
New York at Brooklyn
Philadelphia at Boston
Cincinnati at Pittburgh
St. Louis at Chicago
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 010 005 0107 10 0
New York 000 120 0003 5 1
Spahn (1-2) and Cooper.
Hearn (1-2). Jones. Koslo, Get-
tel and Noble.
Brooklyn 032 131 01011 10 1
Phila. 020 001 002 5 10 0
Hatten (1-0), Erskine and Ed-
wards.
Church (1-1), Crlstante, Brit-
tin. Candinl and Semlnick.
8t. Louis 000 100 0113 5 2
Chicago 000 000 0000 6 1
Stalev (2-0) and Rice.
Schultz (l-li. Hacker and
Walker.
Cincinnati 7
(Night Gama)
Pittsburgh 5
America's Walker Cup Team
Sets Sail For Date In England
Name of
Players
6 Anderson
13 Wilson
10 Sullivan
7 Bailey
3 Manning
14 Allgaier
8 Simons
9 Zimmerman
4 Wachtez
Smith
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Junior plays Cristobal at
Cristobal Gym at 6:30, Tuesday
night.
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Leo Constantine Wins
Canal Zone Sectional
Junior Rifle Tourney
WASHINGTON. DC. April 28
Leo Constantine of Colon, Repub-
lic of Panama, has defeated 27
Junior rifle marksmen to win the
Canal Zone (Balboa) sectional
Junior Rifle Tournament, ac-
cording to the National Rifle As-
sociation In Washington.
Leo's score, fired In Individual
shoulder-to-shoulder competition
with the .22 caliber rifle, was 190
out 01 a possible score of 200
points.
The tournament, fired Satur-
Sania Cruz Sports
By Gilberto Thome
To bring to an end their color-
ful softball league, the Monticel-
lo Social and Sporting Club plan
an attractive presentation cere-
mony for tomorrow.
The league has been fairly suc-
cessful, though better results
were expected and because re-
sults were not up to expectations
the Montlcello Club may not
sponsor another such league next
year. Panama Radio were pro-
claimed "League-champs" and
will play an all-star team under
the management of Louis "Lu-
cho" Walker, popular socialite
and sportsman of the communi-
ty.
The presentation will be shared
between President Arnold Dor-
vllle and Secretary Mathew "Ma-
teo" Muasa.
Louis' all-star team will be com-
prised of:
Pitchers
Clint Parris (Alemn Junior
Clarence Sampson (Agencias
Steer
Prince Grant (Omphroy '51
Hudson)
Catchers
W. Granger (O. Hudson)
K. Joseph 1 A. Steer j
R.Joseph 1 Alemn Jr.)
Infielders
Prince Phillips (A. Steer)
Wllherto Holder (A. Steer)
Wilfred Brathwalte (O. '51
Hudson)
Hat old Cooper (O. '51 Hudson)
David Bowen (A. Steer)
Roy Holness 1 Alemn Jr.)
Outfielders
Phillip Malcolm (A. Steer)
I. Wiley (Alemn Jr.)
O. Miller (O. '51 Hudson)
F. Waithe 1 Alemn Jr. 1
O. Jones (O. '51 Hudson)
Roy Holness 'Alemn Junior.)
Erl Holder's Panama Radio
team will be represented by:
T. Peterkin. C Parris. C. Bar-
ber, J. Holder. T. Lowe, R. "Twin"
Lynch. G. Dudley, O. Weeks, B.
Williams, A. Brownie,8. Dryden,
A. Ashers, D Roberts, R. Lynch,
J. Holder, E. Holder.
Sal Heptica aid
The Smile of Health!
day, April 14, on the Albrook-Cu-
rundu Range at Albrook Field un-
der the sponsorship of the Elks
Lodge No. 1414, was one of 47 sec-
tional championships In which
over 3,000 youngsters under to*
age of 19 are competing national-
ly in the 7th Annual NRA Junior
Rifle Championship.
The national champion, win-
ner of the Morgan Trophy pre-
sented annually by the National
Rifle Association of America, wl'l
be announced by that organiza-
tion as soon as all scores are ta-
bulated from across the country.
Last year's junior champion
was a girl. Marlene Bellinger cf i
Seattle, Washington. Marlene'
fired a record-breaking 19* to
win over a field made up predom-
inantly of boys.
By United Press
America's top amateur'golfers
are set for another invasion of
England.
Seven members of a nine-man
team, headed by Captain Willie
Turnesa of Elmsford. New ork,
set sail yesterday to keep a
Walker Cup date in England. The
matches are scheduled for Mav
11th and 12th at Blrkdale.
The Turne6a troupe will arrive
in Liverpool on Mav 5th. this
Luxery liner contingent includes
Bill Campbell of Huntlngton,
West Virginia, Jimmv McHale of
Philadelphia, Charlie Coe of
Oklahoma City, amateur cham-
pion 8ammy Urbetta of Roches-
ter. New York, Bob Knowles of
Brookline, Massachusetts and
Harold Paddock, Junior of
Cleveland.
The eighth and ninth mem-
bers of the teamFrank Stra-
nahan of Toledo and Dick Chap-
man of Plnehurst, North Caro-
linawill leave at a later date.
Stranahan will fly. Chapman
hasn't decided whether to fly
or go bv faster boat. Both Stra-
nahan and Chapman explain
their solo trips bv saying ti.ev
want more time for practice.
"If I took the boat. I'd lose
my swing," explains Stranahan.
By flying. Straniahan can get
in a few more days of practice
in this country as well as last
minute tune-ups in England.
Turnesa admits the eight-day
boat trip will handicap the
Americans. The team did take
special mats aboard which will
permit them to keep their swim/
grooved. But thev couldn't ob-
ta'"' ^rivtift nors.
"It'll take three or four days
to get rid of our sea legs," says
Turnesa. "That's a disadvant-
age."
The two-time National Ama-
teur champion sees this years
British team as the toughest
since the Walker Cup series
started in 1922. America leads
11-to-l
"Britain has a strong and
experienced team." says Tur-
nesa. "Some of our players are
new on the Cup team. I know
from my experience the pres-
sure is mighty tough. One thing,
though." adds Willie. "Ameri-
can golfers have the knack of
their best under pres-
sure, so we ought to do all right."
nit enure Walker Cup team
is entered In the British Ama-
teur championships. The tourna-
ment opens Mav 21st at Porth
Call. Wales, a little town near
Cardiff.
Little League
By United Press
A choir singer from England
will visit the United States this
summer for a crack at the wel-
terweight title.
Foreign Representative Lew!
Busrton of the International I
Boxing Club says Eddie Thomas,
the choir singer, will meet the
winner of the Mav 18th title bout
between Johnnv Bratton and
Kid Gaviln in New York. Brat-
ton is the National Boxing As-
sociation champion, but the New
York Commission disagrees, it
will recognize the Bratton-Gavl-
lan winner as successor to Ray
Robinson.
Thomas, who holds the British.
European and Empire welter-
weight crowns, never has been
knocked down in 37 fights. He
has won 34 bouts, lost two and
fought one draw.
Middleweight champion Ray
Robinson is on the high seas
headed for an indefinite stay in
Europeand Ray made certain
he wouldn't be lonesome over
there.
Robinson sailed from New
York yesterdav with two train-
ers, a secretary, his manager, a
golf pro. a valet, a brother In
laW. a personal friend and his
barberwho supplies about MM
only close shaves Sugar Ray
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Z ,a!im /uchandler scarcely begun administration had grown
imBge convey an impression of harmony 13 club owners gathered In ex-
traordinary session at the World Series and Issued I formal denla,.
hJ that ?lub owners deemed it necessary to take such
hCnJ"HWa8Jn admssln ^ey had made a bad choice, that the"
Thu u0PP^,,iare,uS8ly and PurCna* without close inspection.
thi2 mlsta*e the,y seem resolved not to make again. This timo
they may even be willing to miss a train and stay over another day
II in so doing they might get an able leader.

n,. T my s""8.fsUon t.he club owners give toe new commissioner
the same unlimited authority Landis had, a survey brought the as-
surance that strong, forceful leadership is the main consideration.
I am convinced there is no desire to elect a puppet. Ellis Ryan.
Cleveland member of the screening committee, told me: "If the
present contract is not strong enough I'm in favor of making it
stronger.' n
Phil Wrigley. Chicago member, insists I have a misconception
of the commissioner's power.... "It has been much the same'with
Chandler as with Landis. I would not say Landis could do more
than Chandler, I would say he did more."
1.ls may be academic. It seemed to me Chandler tried to be
a Landis without having the know how. I think, however Wrigley
errs when he indicates Chandler worked from the same book. Lan-
dis was not accountable to anybody at any time. In certain circum-
stances Chandler decisions were subject to review. That could be
an important difference.
I recall there was evident jubilation when the clause having to
do with "conduct detrimental to baseball," toe gimmick which
made Landis' power absolute was amended to give toe club owner
the right to review and along with It, of course, the right to reject.
As long as this stipulation exists, baseball can never have an-
other Landis. Perhaps the by-laws are strong enough as they are.
Chandler did hot fail because of lack of power, but because he was
unuble or unwilling to adjust himself to an office that is or should
be nonpolltical and without bias.

At the same time the club owners emasculated the czarlstlc de-
trimental conduct clause they eliminated an article which made it
possible or the President of the United States to name a commis-
sioner if after three months the magnates could not agree. At the
request of either league the President would appoint anybody hs
wanted.
It has been more than three months since Chandler was first
repudiated. If that provision were still In effect Mr. Truman by
now might conceivably have turned over baseball to Gen. Harry
Vaughan. It Is doubtful that even those who sicken at the sight of
Chandler would have viewed such a change as a matchless boon.
Chandler, by the way, continues to play a role In the delibera-
tions. It is not a complimentary one. since he exampllfles pitfalls
which must be avoided. By the same token moves by the Yankees
are being closely scrutinized. "We let MacPhail sell us a bill of
goods the last time," a Western club owner complained to me over
the phone yesterday. "We aren't going to let anything like that
happen again."
There is no record that MacPhail pulled a gun but his successo
In Yankee politics, Del Webb, who boasts influential Washington
connections, has been throwing his weight around and there Is no
doubt he'll put his man over If he can. You can't blame toe gentle-
man for that, of course. But If my information is correct any Webb
candidate will start with two strikes on him
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Wh. Win J~ YIJi
B., 195, (Jmtun Z)tpkm (Jmlmm 378
BON VOYAGE PARTY GIVEN BY GOVERNOR'S WIFE
Mrs. Carlos Vicente Alvarado, wife of the Governor of
the Province of Colon, in hottest for a luncheon in the
FounUii. Room of the Hotel Washington, yesterday, honoring
Miss Catalina Salaiar. who is leaving soon for a vacation in
Los Aneles.
The guests Included the first
lady of Panama, Mrs. Arnulfo
Arias wife of the president of *he
Republic, Mrs. Maria de Miranda,
Minister o Prevision 8oclal ?nd
Miss Graciela Remon, secretary
of the Panama City Red Cross,
with the following Colon ladles:
Mrs. Marcos Calabero, Mrs. Vil-
mi de Prada, Mrs. Albert Moita,
Mrs. Carlos Qulroz and Mrs. Tho-
mas Greenwood.
It. and Mrs. Mandeville
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary
Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. D. C. Mande-
ville celebrated their wedding
anniversary with a party at their
quarters on the Coco Solo Naval
Station last evening.
Imported, deep-red gladioli
were used in a crystal bowl as a
centerpiece on the buffet table.
The friends who called duraig
the evening were: Captain and
Mrs. L. L. Koepke, Captain and
Mrs. J. D. Viecelll. Captain and
Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld, Captain
and Mrs. John Schelbeler. Com-
mander and Mrs. I. J. Fran Seel.
Commander and Mrs. J. W.
Schwartz, Commander and Mrs.
Mason Morris, Jr.. Commander
and Mrs. C. H. Brandt, Command-
er and Mrs. R. C. Ray, Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Farwell,
Lt. Commander and Mrs. F. W.
Cottrell, Jr., Lt. Commander
WlUiam Meagher, Mrs. Thomas
J. Meagher, Lt. Commander and
Mrs. F. C. Roepke, Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs-. Paul Balay, Lt.
Commander and Mrs. L. B. Jen-
nings, Lt. Commander and Mrs.
C. B. Diehl. Lt. David Beere.Lt.
and Mrs. D. L. Andrus, Lt. and
Mrs. H. R. Delaney, Jr.. Lt. and
Mrs. A. 8. Baker, Lt. and Mrs.
W. N. Horlck, Capt. and Mrs. A.
S. Hamon. Lt. and Mrs. W. E.
Sands, Lt. and Mrs. Mark Luy,
Lt. and Mrs. H. J. Thornton,-]
Lt. and Mrs. George Ellis, Lt.
and Mrs. L. J. Ducote, Lt. and
Mrs. Al Davis, Lt. and Mm.
Chester L. Lucas and Mrs. Phoebe
Kelly, Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. A. 8.
Pedersen, Lt. (jg) and Mrs. P. J.
Rlley. Jr., Cbn and Mrs Ed Hens-
ley. Cbn George Baker, Mrj.
Rosemary Reardon. Mrs. May-
belle Thomson and Mr. John
Hodges.
Victor and Mrs. W. E. French as
Vision. These ladles were pre-
vious reclpplents of the degree.
Mrs. C. J. Jahnke was the or-
ganist .
The recipients were: Miss Ha-
zel Griffith, Miss Nellie Holger-
son, Mrs. Philip Mllburne, Mrs.
Emmett Argo and Victor H. May,
Jr.
Seated In the East were Mrs. V.
H. May Jr., Worthy Matron of
Royal Palm O.E.S., Carl Starke,
Master of Sojourners Lodge and
Past Patron of Royal Palm, Mr.
William Badders, Master of 81-
bert Lodge.
Refreshments were served by
the members of the Rainbow
Board following the meeting.
Mrs. Smith
Returns from States
Mrs George H. Smith arrived
by plane last night from Daven-
port. Iowa. Captain Smith was ut
the airport to meet her. They are
registered at the Hotel Washing-
ton and will remain on the Isth-
mus until next Friday when they
sail for New York.
Bon Voyage Card Party
Mrs. Gilbert Lee of Cristobal,
was hostess for a dessert bridge
party given yesterday at her
home to compliment Mrs. J. W. b.
Hall, Mrs. Warren Schultz and
Mrs. James McGloln, who aie
leaving for States vacation in the
near future.
The other guests were: Mrs. J.
W L. Graham, Mrs. F. L. Alex-
aitis. Mrs. Stanley Kldd, Mrs.
Raoul Theriault, Mrs. George
Poole, Sr., Mrs. Roy Fort, Mrs.
Fred Newhard, Mrs. Raymond
Ralph, Mrs. George Poole, Jr.,
Mrs Vernon Seeley and Mrs.
John Fahnestock.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sterner,
of Coco Solo entertained with an
Informal dinner party Thursday
evening for Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Spurling who left today for the
States.
Red and white rosebuds !n a
crystal bowl centered the dinner
table.
Mr. arid Mrs. William Noo.ian
and children were also present.
Honorary Degree Conferred
At a special meeting of the Or-
der of the Rainbow for Girls, As-
sembly No. 2 Thursday evening at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple,
the honorary degree of the
Grand Cross of Colors was con-
ferred upon a group who had
done outstanding service for the
organization.
Mrs. Walter Freudlgman presi-
ded as Master of Ceremonies -And
was assisted by Mrs. George
Poole. Sr.. as Grand Chaplain,
Mrs. A. A. Albright as Sentinel,
Miss Joyce Hawthorne as Grand
Marshal. Mrs. Rodger Griffith as
truth. Mrs. B. D. Humphrey as
Hall and Farewell
Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sigman
entertained informally Thursday
with cocktails at their Coco Solo
quarters to bid farewell to Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Spurling and to
welcome Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Neals.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winslow
were also present.
ty card party to be given May 10
In the Legion Hall. Following the
meeting bingo was played with
prizes going ? to Mrs. Dorothy
Corbett, Mrs. Jenny Redmond
and Mrs. Isabel Agulrre.
During! the social hour Mrj.
Clarp Nelson, past unit president,
was honored with a handker-
chief shower. Mrs. Nelson Is sail-
ing May 4 for a vacation In the
States.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Marguerite Hertgen, Mis.
Pauline Holmelin and Miss Ana
Fisher.
Covered Dish Luncheon
at Gatun Union Church
The members of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the, Gatun Union
Church will have a covered dish
luncheon at the church Thurs-
day at 12:30 p.m. The regular
monthly meeting will follow tne
luncheon.
All members of the auxiliary
and Interested ladies in the com-
munity are cordially invited to
attend.
Informal Dinner Party
for Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
mond entertained Wednesday
evening with an Informal dinner
party for Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bai-
ley who are leaving soon for a va-
cation on the west coast of the
United States.
Four-Year-Old Celebrates
Jimmy Corbett, son of Mr. pnd
Mrs. Arthur Corbett, of Cristo-
bal, celebrated his fourth birth-
day anniversary with an out-of-
doors party at the home Of his
parents, Thursday.
Games were played and prizes
weVe won by Diane Ramsey, Judy
Steppe, Johnny Hartz and Craig
Halliday.
The other guests were: Anne
Gllley. Donnle McCullough, Wai-
lle Brians, Stewart Brown. Sandy
Halliday, Mike and Sharon Wal-
dron, Beverly Dryer, Ronnie
Crump, Sandy Welgel.
The adults present were: Mrs.
Waldo Gllley, Mrs. Raeburn eBri-
ans, Mrs. Henry Hartz, Mrs. Mau-
rice McCullough and Mrs. George
Waldron.
Miss Ruth Corbett assisted her
mother.
Auxiliary Honors Member
The Elbert S. Wald Unit No. 2,
American Legion Auxiliary met
Wednesday evening with- Mrs.
Frances Gllley presiding. Mrs.
Mary Engelke, Department Chap-
lain was among those present.
Plans were made for the charl-
<~f*-
MAKE
= MINE
MONTEZUMA
Coallown, Bewitch
Run Today In Rich
Bay Meadows 'Cap
BAY MEADOWS. Calif.. April
28 (UP) The goal of becoming
the first million-dollar winner
in racing seems beyond the
reach of Calumet Farm's "Cita-
tion."
The record money winner of
the turf was among the missing
in the field of 12 entered for
today's $60.000 Bay Meadows
Handicap. Calumet will race
"Coaltown" and "Bewitch"but
not Citation. The triple-crown
winner of 1948 finished third
his last two outings and Calu-
met evidently decided Citation
isn't in shape .
Coaltown will carry top weight
of 124-pounds. but the Calumet
entry doesn't seem too danger-
ous.
Coaltown won last time out.
but barely I eld on to win over
six furlongs. The Bay Meadows
Handicap Is a mile and one-
eighth.. Bewitch has been slug-
gish In recent outings. The
vavorite probably will be "Moon-
rush." winner of the $100,000
Santa Anita Handicap.
If all 12 go to the post, the
eross value of the Bav Meadows
Handicap will be $70,700.

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ON WITH THE SHOW: Junior Rockette of the Drese Waltes School of Dancing are ready to
go Into a tap routine for the Fourth Annual Dance Revue which will be given at the Balboa
Theater next Wednesday evening. The show, which is sponsored by the Summer Recreation
Council, goes on promptly at 7:30 p.m. Left to right are: Bobby Lou Herrington, Karen
Schmidt. Janet Fields, Susan Mitchell and Barbara Shervanlk. Tickets mav be obtained from
them, from other students of the school, or from the school Itself at the Balboa Lodge hall.
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Daily Cockfights
To Feature Coln
Fair Hay 12-20
COLON, April 28. A huge
cockpit will be one of the many
attractions at the Colon May
Fair. Cockfights will be held
dally during the nine days of
Fair, from May 12 to May 20.
Gamecocks from all over the
Republic of Panama, and some
of the neighboring republics,
will be pitched against each
other. Letters from gamecock
owners are arriving dally at the
office of the Executive Commit-
tee of the Fair, asking to be per-
mitted to bring their champion
fighters to the Fair.
Aside from the cockfights,
there will also be held several
contest to choose the best spec-
lmers of gamecocks. Prises and
diplomas will be given to the
winners of these contests.
Gamecock fighting is one of
the most colorful traditions of
many of the Latin American
countries.
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BIO TEN HERITAGE
Champaign, 111. (NEA)
Illinois' Claude Taliaferro has a
lot to live ud to for a soDho-
more fullback. His brother.
George, now with the profes-
sional Yanks, was one of the
best fullbacks Indiana ever had.
Fair Planned May 19
For R. Abajo Catholic
Church Parish Hall
A fair to raise funds for com-
pleting and furnishing a parish
hall for the St. John Bap' ht de
la Salle Catholic church in Rio
Abajo is planned May 19 at the
Parque Lefevre Children -. Park
A committee of nar1 '-.--------
making arrangements for the
fair.
The parish hall will house a
kindergarten which will be sup-
ervised by the Maryknoll Sisters
of St. Mary's Mission In Balboa
Watch for our
GRAND ANNUAL SALE
Maduritos
Starts May 2nd.
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A DATE TO REMEMBER!
APRIL 30TH
GREAT SALE at
ZIG-ZAG
108 Central Avenue Tel. 2-3411
TROPICAL
TODAY!
'STORY of General MacARTHUR"
LUX THEATRE
with tee J. Cebb
Jen* WVATT
John DALL
The unpredict-
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men's love (or
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Musical!... Hilarious... Comedy I...
Spanish Picture!
"ESCUELA DE MODELOS"
with GARRIDO P1RERO
DOLLY SISTERS______.
ENCANTO THEATRE
Air Conditioned
James Mason
Margaret Lockwood, In
"A Place of One Town'
Lon MacAllister. In
'BOY from INDIANA"
with Lois Butlen .___
JTIVOLI THEATRE
Faith Domergue, in
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Irene Dunne, in
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CAPITOLIO THE A TRE
Esther Williams Van
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Clark Gable
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Chapters 10-11 Also:
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"SIOUX CITY SUE"
ADVENTURE!!
raging to the
i Peaks oN^
itmrrinf
AUDfE MURPHY wanda HENORIX
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Sold and serviced in the finest jewelry stores
throughout the United Statee.
In Chicago at C. D. Peacock.
In Panam exclusively at
MERCURIO
141 Central Avenue
Guaranteed by our own watchmaker.
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anama
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Air-Conditioned 4:25 6:20 -8:15
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Guest Appearance
8:15 p.m. Show only!
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Renowned Soprano
Singing Selections
irom
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Annie Oet Your Gun"
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Sunday "MY FRIEND IRMA
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Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July At.
Phono 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
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Phono 255 COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Ho. f7 -H" Street Panama
No. 12.17* ConUal Avo. Colo
commercial &
proffssional
SEALMASTER
Ball Bearing Units
Permanently sealed
Pre-Lubrlcated
Self-Aligning.
Ifon't wait until you need a
bearing to order it. Let us
know what sizes and types you
use and we will carry them in
stock for vou.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
,|7 Central Aw. Tel. 3-0140
Panam. R.P.
NOTICE
We wish to Inform the public thai our
UPHOLSTERING AND SLIPCOVER
SHOP-SHOWROOM Is REOPENING
ot our new address: No. 77 National
Avo. (Jos Fsco de la Onai New
telephone Panam 3-4428.
A. Here.
CALIFORNIA
Liquid Fertilizer
No Dirt No Dust No Odor
Contains Nitrogen, Potash
and Phosphoric Acid.
Recommended for
SHRUBS LAWNS TREES
Now available in pints
and gallons at all
TROPIDURA Paint Stores
ROP.'DURA
The Best for Less
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES tt ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factor Price*.
PORRAS
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
j.
- Just Received
STRATOFLAME'
BUTANE-G'AS
LIGHT'ERS
$7.95
*y ?th of May Plaza
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lUltotR
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Near Juan Franco
Tel. 3-1503
THE I.ETEVBt COKP
Phone 2-3:m
LOTS FOR SALS
Down Payment SIM.
Monthly Payment SIS
4) LOTS on Paved Streei from SI 00
q. Meter.
s> For Rent: Heavy Sojnlpment for
round leveling
We Rent Lou on Long lerms
O Lot Clubs at S3 and 14 Weekly
FOR SALE
Automobiles
Foe better uied cars
SMOOT nil PAREDES
Buick ond Chevrolet.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
I FOR QUICK SALE; 1949. 4-door
Nosh 600 Sedan, excellent condi-
tion. First reasonable oiler buys.
Call 83-2294 oi see at 538-B
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:1949 Lincoln, 4-door
Sedan color grean, all new liras,
radio and fonder skirts. Excellent
condition. $665 down payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
LINCOLN dealer. On Automobile
Raw.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet coach,
1948 Buick Super, Fishing Launch
22 ft. with Kermoth marine motor.
Tel. Balboo 3476.
For better usad cart
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
:OR SALE:Late 1948 Jeep Station
Wagon, duty paid, one owner, car
has been excellently cared. A-1
condition throughout, overdrive,
good gas mileage, $1,350.00. Call
3-1571. House 147-B, 8th Street,
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE1947 Stuoebaker Chom-
pion business coupe, color black,
radio. $285 down payment COL-
PAN MOTORS Inc.. your FORD,
MERCURY. LINCOLN dealer. On
Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet, 4-door
Sedan, low mileage, new cor con-
dition. Tel. 3-1648 Cristbal.
For batter usad cara
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE:Packard. 4-door Sedon,
1940 model; os Is, where is; Pa-
nama license, duty poid. $140.00.
has 4 new tires. Quorters 764-C
Barneby St., Balboa i
FOR SALE:1949 Mercury. 4-door
Sedan, color tan, scat covers, ra-
dio, good tires. $496 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN
dealer. On automobile row.
FOR SALE:1940 Oldsmobile De-
Luxe. 4-door Sedon, custom built
plastic seat covers, 6 cylinde'r, 60
senes, radio, excellent condition,
good tires, new paint, motor re-
conditioned. Tel. 83-4206.
For batter usad cara
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
,FOR SALE:1938 Oldsmobile. 4-
door Sedan, good condition $200.
Conn cornet almost new $60. Fe-
derico Boyd No. I. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Dolama.
2-door Sadan, color gay. low mila-
aac, goad tiros, an outstanding
buy. Only $465 down payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. your
FORD, MERCURY, LI N C O L N
dealer. On Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: 1938 Hudson Sedan,
motor recently overhauled, tires
good. Excellent transportation.
720-A, El Prodo.___________^^
For better used cars
SMOOT and PAREDES
Buick and Chevrolet.
FOR SALE1950 Olds "76" 2-door.
Appearance spotless ond mechan-
ically perfect. DeLuxe equipment,
seat covers, undercoating, new'6-
ply tires. May be financed. 510-D
Curundu Heights. Tel. 83-4232.
FOR SALE: -1949 Nash "600," 2-
door Sadan, calor groan, now tiras
and soot covers. A-l condition.
$430 down gaymerrt. COLPAN
MOTORS INC.. your FORD, MER-
CURY. LINCOLN dealer. On Auto-
mobile Row.
FOR SALE:1940 Ford Sedon. Good
transportation. $200.00. House
724-B Cocoli.
FOR SALE:1948 Pontioc Converti-
ble, hydromotic 8 W/VV tirei,
14,000 miles, radio, heoter, new
top, excellent condition. $1,350.
Call 2-2768. House 1513-D Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE:1941 DeSoto, 4-daor
Sedan, colar dark blue, all new
tires, axcallant condition. Only
$365 down payment. COLPAN
MOTORS INC.. your FORD, MER-
CURY, LINCOLN dealer. On Auto-
mobile Row.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Spacious cholet. 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 porches,
garage and beautiful garden. No.
81 Via Porras. For information en-
quire No. 8. 18th Street, San Fran-
cisco.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
ithed apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St.. New Cristobal.
Phone 1386) Coln.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth Special
DeLuxe Club Coupe. Good condi-
tion. 19,000 mileage, with radio
and seot covers. Best offer over
$1,000. Call Fort Clayton 6148.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Tudor Sedan.
5627-D Dioblo. Rousseau St. &
Hecker Place. All doy Sunday.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da yon have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Box 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
Attention Parents: Nursery School
in Margarita for children of
Pre Kindergarten oge. Cristbal
3-1430 or 3-1701.
Opening Moy 2nd "Mi Escuelito"
Kindergarten, for children residing
in San Francisco, Paitilla ond Golf
Heights. Teoching in Spanish, by
graduate teacher. Located at 9th
Street No. 1 3, San Francisco. Open
mornings for registrations.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloso oil points
and anamals. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropiduro Stores
OR SALE: National accounting
machine. Perfect condition. Bor-
goin price. Tel. 2-0610, Panami.
FOR SALE: 1 used electric train
with extra equipment and 1 high
chair. House 69, 3rd Street, New
Cristobal. Tel. 3-1308.
OR RENT: Two bedrooms nice
painted apartment. Servant quart-
ers, etc. Bella Visto, Calle Colom-
bia No. 8. Apt. 5.
FOR RENT:Aportoment in 13th St.
Va Potras, Son Francisco. House
No. 16.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
big front ond back porch, maid's
room. Also moll cholet. No. 32,
45th Street upstairs.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
apartment with all modern con-
veniences. Also coiy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:Moy 1st to June 15
beoutiful two bedroom apartment
in Bella Vista completely furnish-
ed including linen China. Informa-
tion at 3-1844 from 5 to 7 p.m.
RESORTS
Casino Santo Claro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach,
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa. 6-541 or 4-567.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Whore 100.000 Peep** Moot
Presents
Today, Saturday, April tt
Panamas Education Picture
Presented at High Shcool PTA
Williams Sonto Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phono Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Oenell Biles' Santa Clsra Ouaot House.
Overlooks ocean Surrounded
by shade trees Gat range and
refrigerator Accommodates se-
ven. Privte steps to beach <2
min. walk). B-orbecue, ping-pong,
badminton, croquet, etc. Cell
4-557 days. 4-230 ayenings.
FOR RENT Foster's furn'shed _ect-
tages, between Santa Cloie "and
Rio Hoto. Phono 2-3 M2, Ponorro
or see caretaker.
billips. Beach cottages. Santa Clara
Box number '435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR RENT:*Furnished one bedroom
aportment, excellent for couple
moy have child $65.00, Federico
Boyd No. 1. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR RENT:Apartment, private sa-
nitary service. Son Francisco, 13th
Street No. 20.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom Apt. May
II to Aug. 25. House 5341-A
Diablo. Tel. 2-1887.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment, very cool, best location,
Bella Vista, corner 47th Street ond
Federico Boyd. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
Clean independent furnished room
for single man only. Bella Vista,
Calle Colombio No. 8, Apt. 5. Tel.
3-0338, .
FOR SALE: New calculating ma-
chines "Brunsvigo" model 20.
"Porras," Plaza 5 de Mayo.
FOR SALE:Pedigreed Cocker Span-
iels registered with AKC. 7 weeks
old. Gotun 257-B. ,
FOR SALE: Equipment for dress-
making shop: hemstitching ma-
chines, sewing mochines, show
coses. Reasonably priced. No. 85
Estudiante and Domingo Diaz St..
downstoirs, Panami.
FOR SALE:Silvertone, Tropical ca-
binet, floor model. 11 tube radio
in excellent condition, 25 cycle
$45.00. Quarters 764-C Barneby
St., Balboo.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
or without board, to respectable
person. Bella Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest ond nicest location.
FOR SALE:PhHco 4.5 cu. ft. refri-
gerator, duty paid. Reosonoble.
2151-D Curundu.
OR SALE: Five piece stateside
mahogany bedroom suite, cheap.
2003-C .Curundu. Before 11:00
FOR SALE: 21 Venation blinds.
38x60. vofy. rustproof steel; Solid
mahogany Chine closet; Costa Ri-
can coffee table; Electric mixer,
mixmoster; Dressing table with
Stoult mirror; Ook cabinet stand.
House 0585-A Mindi Street.
FOR SALE:Four rore and beauti-
fully hand carved Chinese chairs,
Telephone, Pedro Migued (4)'280,
between 5-p.m. ond 8 p.m.
FOR SALE:Servel Refrigeratory 25
and 60 cycle,- perfect condition.
$100.00. 523-C Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Couch, tables, choirs,
dishes and other household articles.
House 810 Balboa. Upstairs Credit
Union Bldg.
P.M.
3:30Bebop Bash
4:00Music For Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Quest Star
8:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
6:48American Folk Songs
7:00Cay Paris Music Hall
/RDF)
7:30Pabst Blue Ribbon Sports
Review
45Jsm Session (VOA)
00Newareel USA (VOA)
15Adventures In Hlstoiy
(VOA) .
30Opera Concert (VOA)
00Voices o America (VOA)
16Stamp Club (VOA)
30Battle Report (VOA)
45Sports' World and Tune
of Day (VOA)
00HOG HIT PARADE
30Your Hit Parade (VOA)
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, large
double clean and cool room mo-
dern convenience. To respectoble
people. Peru Ave. No. 65. Lower
left.
FORR ENT: Room for single res-
ponsible gentleman or lady. No. 7
Ave. A. Tel. 2-0077.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
vVANTED:June, September, lody
to coach young girl in English first
yeor Junior High School studies
preferably at student's homo. Ap-
ply Box 376 Panami.
FOR SALE:10 piece Philippine Rot-
ton 3 stroncf livmgroom set, just
like-new. Kenmore woshing ma-
china '48 model. Chest of draw-
ers. 2 chroma' kitchen choirs. 2
book stands. Tel. 83-4206.
FOR SALE^-Set of Chinese furniture,
ebony, encrusted with mother-of-
peorl. No. 11, 6th Street. Tel.
2-3792, Panami.
FOR SALE: Mohogony livingroom
set, new $250. Electric alarm
clock $5. Ook dresser with mirror
$10. 1440-C, Balboa.
FOR SALE:'RCA electric ironer. 25
cycle, $40.00. Margarita 8113-B.
Tel. 3-1430.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet, 2-door
Sedan, color maroon, low mileage,
good tiras, A-l condition. $530
down payment COLPAN MOTORS
INC.. your FORD. MERCURY.
LINCOLN dealer. On Automobile
Row.
FOR SALE:1951 Ford Fordor Cus-
tom Sedan beautiful Alpine blue
finish. Run only 1,000 miles. Ab-
solutely in new cor condition.
Leoving for US and will sell for
substantially below direct ship-
ment price. See ot 5437-C Endi-
cott Street, Dioblo ofter 4 p.m.
Benson.
For bettor used con
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,
MOTOR TROUBLE AT NIGHT ON
HIGHWAY, very disgusting, why
risk it ogoin. Service your engine
ot dependable shops. TROPICAL
MOTORS, S. A.
FOR SALE: 1941 Kaiser, 4-door
Sedan, color gray, radio, good
tires. This car is a Heal. Only
$265 down poymant. COLPAN
MOTORS INC., your FORD, MER-
CURY, LINCOLN dealer. On Auto-
mobile Raw.
FOR SALE:1949 Chevrolet, 4-door
DeLuxe Sedon, 8,000 miles, A-1.
$1.300. Ferms 2-1286.
(FOR SALE:1940 Oldsmobile "98"
four door Sedan, fully equipped,
less hydromotic. 7.000 miles, plos-
j tic :eot covers, undercoated, rea-
sonably priced. Call 86-3289.
FOR SALE:Aquariums in different
sizes and beautiful color Tropical
fishes. 43rd Street No. 13, up-
stairs, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: Office furniture, roll
top desk, typewriter desk, safes,
tables, chairs, filing cabinet, type-
writer. Room 9-A Masonic Temple.
Cristobal.
FOR SALE:Baby's crib complete
with mottress. springs, etc. Call
after 5 p.m. 796-B Tovernilla St.-
Registered Boxer Puppies. Best Amer-
ican blood lines. Tel. 86-3142.
FOR SALEGaited soddle horse with
saddle and bridle. Good for chil-
dren, very gentle. Only $125.00.
Call Cristbol 1411 after 6:30
p.m.
WANTED:Couples for the Couples
Class. Balboa Heights Baptist
Church, meeting at 9:30 Sunday
morning for Christian fellowship.
WANTED TO BUY: 1 (one)
1,000 gallon gasoline storage
tank. Contact Lt, Colonel L. C.
Chase, at the Central Exchange
Office, Corozal, Canal Zona. Tel.
85-3108.
FOR SALI: The moat beautiful
eleven piase mahogany dmingraotn
suit* in Panami hand served by
Italian artist, genuine leather up-
holstery. Original coat $3,000. solo
price $1.500. Apply Avenue Peni
No. 89, any tima.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid for general house-
work. Colle 25 Este No. I, Apt.
B-5. Upstairs Comisariato Lilly.
Wanted Position
WANTED: Position for excellent
laundress and general house-work-
er. Has references. Basic knowl-
edge of cooking ond willing to
learn. Coll Bolbdi 2653 ofter 4:00
p.m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Sonto Clara property, 4
lots, full grown mango, trees royal
palms, beoutiful view of the moun-
tains and ocean, on high ground,
five minutes walk to beach. Frome
house, concrete store house or
servants quarters, pump and well
on property. Coll 2-2757, L. A.
Kooerski. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Small house, 6 feet by
12, suitable for stable, child's play
house, etc. New lumber used, fully
screened in and creosoted. Call
Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE:Contine and Restauront,
Son Miguel. Colle M No. 24. Po-
nomi. Cheap.
FOR SALE: Modern 6-room con-
crate chalet, reasonable. Fruited
fenced land, light, water, 4-miles
from Coln, Transistmian Highway.
Coln 1283-J.
WANTED: Good laundress wants
to work 2 doys a weak with small
family. See Adelina L. House No.
104 Central Ave. Yard building
No. 4, Room 21 upstairs.
LESSONS
.eorn ballroom dancing. Why miss
the fun. Leave name, address and
phono at desk, Balboa YMCA.
Hornett & Dunn.
SPANISH LESSONS
By professor Claromunt. Beginners
closs will be started on Tuesday.
May 1st ot 6:00 afternoon at Bal-
boa Studio ot the end of Prodo.
House 708. It will meet on Tues-
days ond Fridays from 6:00 to
7:00 ofternons. Further informa-
tion call Balboa 1303 between
1 :00 ond 3:00 afternoon.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE: Motorcycle. 250 c.c.
Mustong, new condition, socrifice.
House 752-C, Balboa Rd.
FOR SALE: Dressing table, side
table, chairs, pictures, adjustable
both tub seat, "Hotpoint" perco-
lator, Silex "Voculator" 8 cups,
potted begonia, Philodendron
kitchen ware. 793-B Tavernilla St.
Balboo. Tel. 2-1855.
FOR SALE: Set of green porch
shades and partition for 4 fam-
ilies $10.00 complete $61.00.
G.E. automatic record changer
$35.00. 7-C Summit 4-477.
FOR SALE:Bedroom set; Smoll din-
ingroom set both $300.00. No. 21
West 17th Street, Apt. 15. Pano-
rni.
FOR SALE:Solid mohogony lounge
chair $20.00. 5444 Endicott St.
Apt. L.__________________________
FOR SALE: Frkjidoire for small,
kitchen. 60 cycle. Coll evenings.
after 6. 2-1481. Panomi.
13 piece linvingroom set mahogany
and wokefield maple sell complete,
1 horse, excellent shope 3'/i years,
saddle end bridle. $50.00. House
724-B Cocoli.
LOST & FOUND
$5.00 cash reward for my wallet and
personal papers. No questions osk-
ed. See Riviera's bartender.
FOR SALE
Koai A Motors
FOR SALE: GE "4 H.P.. 25 cycle
motor, very good condition. Coll
5-407.
FOR SALE:Motor boat, twenty foot
overall, equipped for fishing, new
condition, socrifrice. Inquire House
752-C, Bofcoa Rd.
Tomorrow, Sunday, April St
AJI.
8:00Sign On and Musical In-
terlude
8:15Newsreel UJ3.A. (VQA>
8:30Hymns ot all Churches
9:00Bible Auditorium of the
Air
9:15Good' Neighbors
9:30London Studio Melodies
(BBC)
10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30American composers
11:00National Lottery
11:15Sacred Heart Program
11:30Meet the Band
12:00r-lnvitation to Learning
(VOA) .
12:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
Choir
1:00The Jo Stafford Show

1:15American Chorales
1:30Ref. Albert Steer
2:00Opera and Symp h o n y
Hour
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00University Theater (VOA)
7:00Opera Concert (VOA)
7:30Thru the Sports Glass
7:45Radio Varieties, U.eJ. A.
8:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOAi
8:15Adventures In History
(VOA)
8:30The Htf Parade (VOA)
9:00Jommentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:15Voices of America (VOA)
9:30The Blng Crosby Show
10:00American Symphony
11:00Sign Off
Explanation of Srtnbolo
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcastlng
. Corp.
RDFRadiodifusin Francaise
Musical Harmonizers
Perform Tomorrow
At Pacific Clubhouse
The curtains of the Pacific
Clubhouse will be raised tomor-
row afternoon at 4:00 p. m. for
the presentation of the muslcale
entitled "Festival In Music."
Special features will be a
female ensemble, a mixed or-
chestra, former featured soloists
such as Gloria Henry, Robert
Brown..Julia Dunn. Alberto Be-
Untante. Mildred Thompson, etc.
As featured soloists we will have
the new faces of David Watts 8c
Herman McLean. Also special
arrangements by Director Alon-
so Wilson.
The program is as follows:
Theme Musical Harmonizers
1. a. Mv Buddy
b. Joyous Day .Musical Har-
nlzers
2. Love Greetings........Pomale
Snsemble
3. April Dreams '
(Composed tt Arranged by
Alonso Wilson)
Mixed Orchestra.
4. a. 8moke Gets In Your Eyes
b. I Apologize ......Herman
McLean
5. Granada
(Arranged by Wilson-featur-
ing David Watts)
..........Mixed Ensemble
Intermission
6. Display of Ex-Featured Sollsts
7. Bells of St. Mary......Female
Ensemble
8. a. All The Things You Are
b. Eatrellila.... David Watts
9. Danza Loca
(Composed tt Arranged by
Alonso Wilson 1
..Mixed Orchestra
10. Novelties
a. Whistling Rhapsodv
b. ????.... Mu;slcal Harmon-
l2ers
11. Something To Remember
You By... Mixed Ensemble
Finale
Did, you know that Panama
had a university before Sir Hen-
ry Morgan and his buccaneers
made a shambles of the lovely ci-
ty of Old Panama?
This and other Interesting side-
lights on the educational system
of the Republic were outlined this
week to an audience of about 50
at the April meeting of the Bal-
boa Senior-Junior High School
Parent Teacher Association.
The first local university, ex-
Mlnlster of Education Max Aro-
aemena told the PTA was found-
ed in 1851 the Jesuit-adminis-
tered Colegio San Xavier.
The fire which almost razed
the old city when Morgan attack-
ed destroyed much of the univer-
sity's equipment, but 288 pre-
cious volumes were saved and
were the nucleus of the library of
the new San Xavier university in
the new city of Panama when lt
opened Just 100 years after foun-
ding of the original school.
During the colonial days, edu-
cation flourished in Panama and
during this period. Prof. Arose-
mena said, foundations were laid
for compulsory and free educa-
tion. Education was set back
from 1882 to the Independence of
1903, when revolution after revo-
lution wracked the Isthmus, but
since the present Republic was
founded education has played an
Important part In its develon-
14 Killed When
B-3, Mustang Hit
In Air Maneuvers
GUTHRIE, Okla., April 28
(UP)Fourteen men were killed
when a B-38 bomber and a Mus-
tang fighter plane collided in
combat maneuvers high over
central Oklahoma yesterday af-
ternoon.
Four members of the bomber's
crew parachuted and survived
the collision, highway patrol-
man Bob Schultz radioed from
the scene, but others were found
dead after descending in para-
chutes.
The pilot of the Mustang was
believed to be one of the dead.
Authorities said the slx-en-
glned B-38. designed to carry
the atomic bomb on global mis-
sions, was making radar-con-
trolled practice bombing runs in
the Oklahoma Cltv area during
a routine 17-hour training mis-
sion when the single-engined
fighter rammed It from the side
while making a "pass."
The weather was clear.
The bomber caught fire when
the collision occurred, but ap-
ment. At present, he said. 37 per
cent of Panama's funds are alio-
cated to education.
Speakers for the 90-mlnuta
program were Education Minis
ter Cristobal Adan Urrlola. Na-
tional Institute Director Rafael
Moscote. acting University dean
Alberto de Saint Malo, John .
Grlnnell and Ernest C. Jeppsen
of the Institute of Inter-Ameri-
can Affairs.
Highlights of their talks were:
Prof. Moscote: With its approx-
imately 3.000 students and 10O
teachers, the Instlttue is the Re-
public's largest secondary school.
Its courses are divided roughly
like U.8. junior and senior hlg'.i
schools, with a bachelor's degree*
going to graduates of the higher,
or Liceo, branch. About 50 per
cent of the Institute students go
on to the university or to State
colleges, he said.
Prof. Saint Malo: Founded in
1935 and now In Its new location
on the Boyd Roosevelt highway,
the University has six colleges:
Philosophy, Letters and Educa-
tion, Science. Engineering, Law,
Public and Business Administra-
tion and the new school of Mca!-
cine which opens next, montn.
Courses range from four to >lx
years in length. Prerequisite for
the Medical school will be a four-
year pre-medlc course.
Grlnnell stressed the impor-
tant part which Panamanian
teachers, especially those in the
interior, play In community Ufa
and how they assist the govern-
ment in agricultural and health
problems.
Jeppsen. the closing speaker,
outlined the work of the Inter-
American Instlttue and passed
out mimeographed sheets on a
vocation occupation survey mad*
in Panama In 1949. This survey is
the basis on which the Institute,
a cooperative body, determined
the occupations for which effec-
tive training could be given In
vocational schools. The* survey,
determined the number of per-
sons to be trained in the occupa-
tional courses at the Arts and
Crafts School In Panama, Cole-
gio Abel Bravo In Colon, the Ins-
titute of Mechanical Arts at Di-
visa and the Colegio Felix Oliva-
res in David.
Esso Si: Found Negligent,
License Revoked
MOBILE, Ala., April 28, (UP)
The Coast Guard convicted *
tanker captain today of negli-
gence in the collision of his hip
With another at a cost of 39 lives)
arid 1 evoked his license perman-
ently.
Examiner Daniel H. Grace held
that Capt. Edwin C. Oeiektjf the}
me collision occurred, but an-1 V VT ^ -.TT- "
parently the pilot attempted to Standard Oil Tanker Ess Sues
bring the huge shin into a con- ialled to "(luce speed the* in*
vessel entered a fog afea and
bring the huge shlD into a con
trolled glide at low altitude,
shortly before it crashed.
Jack Floyd, a Perkins. Okla.
truck driver, said he saw the
bomber shortly before lt crashed
and Jt appeared to be making a
controlled glide toward the
ground.
"I dldnt see the little plan-
but the bomber looked like lt
was trying to level off before it
hit the ground," Floyd said. "It
didn't plunge straight to the
ground at all and it made a good
fry at leveling off. even though
lt was on fire, before lt hit."
He said the plane's massive
tall snapped off and dropped to
the ground separately.
One of the survivors told a
Perkins physician that only four
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f'TSUf? /f th^B"38,were *ble oi hl 1IcenM bv n accident of
practiced Incautious Mvlgation,
when the second tanker appear-
ed on his radar.
The vessels collided and WBr.B
Into roaring flames 200 miles off
the Louisiana coast last Friday.
A plea by Gelck's lawyers ihni
the other tanker, the Esc
Greensboro, should be held ac-
countable for the disaster be-
cause It made sharp turns into
the Suez's path, was rejected by
the examiner.
Geick's counsel, indicated the
conviction would be appealed to
the Coast Guard Commandant lit
Washington.
He argued that Gelck, while ha
may have been guilty of a tech-
nical violation, should not 00
made to pay the penalty of lota
to lump after the collision.
He said the Mustang was
"making swipes at us to we
could get In some gunnery prac-
tice."
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JEWELERY
idjolnlns International Hotel
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all is well,
A Job you found, as we can tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
Soon too'11 be president, wait *n
fate.
The Coast Guard later took up
the case of the Suez's third mate,
Jesse A. McLean of El Dorado,
Ark. also accused of negligence.
McClaln had testified that m
engine room signal was placed In
a standby position after Geiclc
was called to the bridge. Three
witnesses told the Coast Guard
board that the ship was going a&
full speed, 15 to 18 knots, at the
moment of collision.
Spring Festival
Cets Under Way
The Spring Festival, sponsored
by the Cathedral of St. Luke Is
getting under way. at 3 p.m. to-
day. It goes on until 9 p.m.
A long list of attractions Is be-
ing offered for the fete, which,
takes place at Morgan's garden
or. Oalllard Highway near Mira-
f lores.
Funds raised In the festival will
be used for the cathedral chapel,
now under construction, and for
other parish activities.
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PAOE SEVEN
THE CZ AND TAXES
Dear Mall Box Editor:
Cristobal, CZ.
About three weeks ago you published a letter signed: Taxes
for All. The writer seemed to be confused and your notation wa*
Incorrect in parts. The Canal Zone is not considered a United
tatas Territory. It Is considered a possession; reference. Internal
Cede, Section 3U.961-4. "Definition. The term 'United States" ps
used herein Includes only the States, the Territories of Alaska and
Hawaii, and the District of Columbia. The term "possession of the
United 8tates." as used In sections 251 and 252 and section 21.251-1.
this section, and section 29.252-1. includes Puerto Rico the Philip-
pine Islands prior to July 4. 1948. the Panama Canal Zone, Guam,
American Samo, Wake, and the Midway Islands; It does not In-
clude the Virgin Islands." end of quotation.
Maybe the following will be oi some help In the case of the
widow. Reference, Internal Revenue code, Section 29.211-1. "Tax-
ation of aliens in general. Tor the purpose of chapter l alien Indi-
vidala are divided generally Into two classes, namely, resident
aliens and non-resident aliens. Resident aliens are in general tax-
able the same as citizens of the United States; that is, a resident
alien Is taxable On Income derived from all sources Including-sourc-
es' without the United States. Non-resident aliens are taxable on-
ly on Income from sources within the United Btates. For classifi-
cation on non-resident aliens, see section 29.211-7.. ,
Internal Revenue Code, Section 29.211-2. "Definition, a "non-
resident alien Individual" means an Individual (a) whose resi-
dence Is not within the United States, and of the United States. The term, Includes a non-resident alien Fidu-
ciary." end of quotation.
Internal Revenue Code, Section 29.211-7. (This Is a very long
.section and many of its parts do not apply directly or indirectly to
our question; therefore. In order to save space, I will quote only
the parts pertalning'to our question." "Taxation of non-resldeh'
alien individuals. For the purpose of this section and sec1 Ions
29.212-1, 29.213-1, 29.214-1, 29.215-1 and 29.217-2. non-resident
alien individuals are divided into three classes: (l) Non-resident
alien Individuals not engaged In trade or business within the Urn-
ted States at any time during the taxable year and deriving In the
taxable year not more than $15.000.00 gross amount of fixed or de-
terminaba annual or periodical income from sources within the
United States; (2) Does not pertain to this case; (3) Ditto.
(a) No United States Business. General rule. "___income
from sources within the United States is taxable at the rate of 30 v
as'to such income received op and after October 31, 1942 <27ir as
to such Income received before October 31, 1942), except that such
rat* shall be reduced, In the case of a resident of any country in
North, Central or South America, or la the West Indies, or of New-
foundland, to such a rate (not less than If) as may be provided
bv treaty with such country, end of Quotation.
The United States has no tax treaty with Panama and til,
internal Revenue Code classes the Canal Zone as a possession.;
therefore, regardless of whether the individual lives In the Zone
or the Republic, she Is subject to the full 30' tax, with no deduc-
tions, and Incidentally this section of the Code was not amended
recently and Income Tax should have been paid by this individual
In prior years.
New, Taxes Per All, I wUI attempt to answer the second part
ef year latter. Reference: Internal Revenue Cede, Section .-
11-1. "Cltlteas er residents of the United States liable to tax.
la general, citisens ef the United States, wherever resident.
are Hable te the tax, and It makes ne dlfferenee that they mtv
awn ae assets within the United State and may receive no In-
terne treat aearces within the United States. Every resident
alien individual is liable to the tax, even though his Income Is
wholly from sources outside the United States. As te nan-re-
sident altea individual*, sec sections 29.211 to 29.319 Inclusive."
WASHINOTON, (NBA).- The
coming battle over who is te
run the huge, $10 billion to $13
billion foreign military and
economic aid programs will be a
struggle for power In Washing-
ton.
President Truman has at-
tempted to settle this argument
before Congress gets a crack at
It. By a letter to William C.
Foster, present administrator of
the Marshall Plan, the President
has Issued a directive that the
State Department shall have
the major voice in deciding
which country gets what aid and
how much.
This would apply to both mil-
itary and economic aid. What It
means is that Department of
State will have control over the
Department of Defense military
aid to foreign countries and the
Economic Cooperation Admin-
istration's Marshall Plan aid.
This may be all right as far
It goes. Authority over gov-
ernment programs In which M
number of agencies have a part
has to be centered In one place.
The question Is whether Con-
gress, in its present frame of
mind, will allow the State De-
partment to run this particular
show, even though Congress did
give the civilian State Depart-
ment authority to control mil-
itary assistance allocation
When the original Marshall
Plan legislation was before Con-
gress, Gen. Oeorge Marshall,
who was then secretary of
State, wanted the program run
by his department. Congress
would have none of it. So ECA
was set up as an Independent
agency. Paul Hoffman, Its first
head, was given cabinet status.
Any differences between the
State Department and ECA were
to be settled by the President.
Paul Hoffman and Secretaries
Marshall and Acheson never
had to go to the President to
settle any disputes. But Mr;
Hoffman insists that to get ac-
tion, It was essential that ECA
be kept a separate agency.
If every one of Its decisions
had to be cleared by government
departments, bureaus and inter-
departme n t a 1 committees, it
could never have piled up Its
present splendid record of
achievement in European re-
covery. Mr. Hoffman thinks ECA
should be kept as a separate, in-
dependent agency,
This brings up the
Hhe WASHWGTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
lv DRIW PEARSON
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
AMERICAN FAILURE
question of whether ECA should
be continued beyond its original
four-year life span, supposed to
end in 1952. President Truman
wants ECA retained as the per-
manent agency for- administer-
ing foreign assistance programs.
There are strong arguments
against it. Since It was created
on assurances that Its program
would last only lour years, those
promises should be kept. It is
even argued that it would be a
great feather In the Truman ad-
ministrations cap if it were to
say in effect:
TEHERAN. Here In Teheran, where every
Incident of the current crisis is pregnant with
menace of future disaster, this reporter la con-
stantly reminded of a scene long past. The
time was during the Iranian crisis of 194e; the
place, the gloomy Secretary of State chamber
in the British Foreign Office; the speaker old
Ernest Bevln.
First Bevln disclosed that the British cabinet
had Just decided to occupy southern Iran If ne-
cessary, rather than let the Soviets seize the
British oil resource through a puppet govern-
ment a fact worth remembering today. Then,
haltingly, roughly, yet convincingly, he expound-
ed a great scheme of social reform and econo-
irir 'm,c improvement, to halt the progressive de-
''cl tflA-lArnt Internal Revenue Code, Section 39.4-1. Application of regu-
lations to special classes of tax payers. With respect to certain
classes of tax payers, the application of the provisions of Sub part
B of the regulations Is subject to certain exceptions and additional
provisions, which appear In Sub part C as follows:
Income from sources In possessions of the United States.
Sections 351 and 303.
Non-resident alien Individuals, section 211 to 219 inclusive,"
end ot quotation. There are nine other special classes of tax pay-
. ers listed which are not related to our questions.
I think that every one down here knows, or should know, that
th* only reason that we did not pay Income Tax In the past wus
that we fully met the requirements of section 251 of the code.
Last year The Congress added one paragraph, known as para-
graph "i, to section 251, which reads as follows: "Employes of the
United States. For the purpose of this section, amounts paid for
services performed by a citizen of the United States or any agen-
cy thereof shall be deemed to be derived from sources within the
United 8tates," end of quotation.
You will not* that the only persons effected by this additional
paragraph are employes of the United States who are citizens o
th* United States and in aa much As there Is no mention made of
the Canal Zone, this section of the law applies to all possessions of
th* United States as aforementioned In Bee. 29.251-4.
One should not complain of "discrimination" in regard to In-
come Tax unless he Is advocating the repeal of the 18th Amend-
ment. The Internal Revenue Code In Section 29.4-1. aforemention-
ed in part, recognizes and lists 11 special classes of taxpayers and
It must be remembered that we were among the chosen few for
many years. Th* entire theory of Income Tax Is discrimination
from beginning to end.
Pleas* do not misinterpret the intent of this letter. I did not
mean to criticize anyone. My intention was to help, if i have failed
I am sorry.
A Indent of Taxation

"The original job of the four-
year Marshall Plan has been
concluded a year ahead of ttmv
Sowe now propose to abolun
It. We have, however, a new
problem in re-arming western
turope. We therefore propose
that a new agency be set up for
Uils Job, ana we will transier
to this new agency th* Marshall
Plan staff and the liquidation
of its affairs."
The arguments against this
are that tne ECA organization is
now a going concern, it is
know to the Europeans. To
create a new agency would only
cause additional confusion.
The Job of drafting new le-
gislation to give ECA added au-
thority for the economic side of
military assistance has been a
headache. Supervision of this
task has been turned over to a
commute/, of three, which has
now been working on the prob-
lem over a month.
On the committee are Charles
H. Bonesteel 3rd for State De-
partment, Col. George A. Lin-
coln for Defense and Ambas-
sador C. Tyler Wood for ECA.
While this looks like a predo-
minantly civilian committee, all
three were general staff officers
during the war.
Colonel Bonesteel, a West
Pointer, did much of the origin-
al work on MDAPthe North
Atlantic Pact, Military Defense
Assistance Program. Col o n e 1
Lincoln, a brigadier general dur-
ing the war, nas been an In-
structor in social sciences at
West Point since 1947. Colonel
Wood, a New York stock broker
in civilian life, is now deputy
administrator to Ambassador
Milton Katz for Marshall Plan
operations in Europe.,
terloratlon of the whole Middle Eastern struc-
ture.
But finally, with an air of deep discourage-
ment, he abruptly dismissed the subject, saying,
"(he trouble Is It would all cost money and I
have to money to spend."
One suspects that this has been the real se-
c.et of the failure of British Middle Eastern
policy In these last years that the root cause
has been the cruelly narrow margin of resources
and power on which the British have had to
operate since the war.
At any rate, the British have certainly failed.
Until the harsh shock of the Iranian imagina-
tive sense of the situation, permitted Itself to
be bullied by the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
Until the same rude awakening, the officials of
the Anglo-Iranian company talked smugly about
the Iranian* "coming to heel when they began
to feel a pinch for cash." And so the match
was lighted in the powder magazine.
But meanwhile, what of the United States,
which has the margin of resources and power
that Britain lacks? What is at stake here is
not Just a British oil company, but the whole
Middle Eastern oil resource, the West's vital
strategic position In the Middle East, and the
world balance of power. An explosion here can
defeat the whole pollcv which has already caus-
ed the American government to lay out so many
billions In other parts of the world. Why then
has American pollcv done nothing to guard
against this Middle Eastern danger?
Since 1945-46. when Iranians and most other.
Middle Easterners regarded America as their
great nope and reliance, it is not too much to
say tl.at we have committed every error in this
region that was possible to commit.
We have raised false hopes. Here In Iran, for
example, former Ambassador Oeorge Allen spoke
airily, during the 1948 crisis, of an American aid
program of $250,000,000. Again, when the un-
fortunate Shah visited the United States, he
seems to have been encouraged to suspect that
he could arrange large American credits. Even
the arrival of the present Ambassador, Henry
Orady, with the record of Greece behind him,
aroused great expectations. But while billions
have been poured out in Europe, no serious sums
have been made available to safeguard this vi-
tal Middle Eastern flank of the West.
We have intervened In local politics, but have
intervened fruitlessly. There Is very little doubt
that the lnlluence of former Ambassador John
Wiley reportedly the next United States Ambas-
sador to the Republic of Panama had much to
do with the choice of the late Gen. Razmara as
Premier ot Iran. (The British, who had another
candidate, evidently accepted Razmara as second
best, i Yet once Razmara had been Installed,
we gave him none of the active aid that might
have made his effort a success;
We have not developed an Independent pol-
icy, but we have not really worked with the
British either. All our Ambassadors in the Mid-
dle East are instructed that the area Is primar-
ily a British Interest. But while this Instruction
has controlled the broad Unes of our action, we
have managed to create a damaging Impression
of Anglo-American disunity. Foi instance. In-
stead of coming crudely to grips with the oil
proble.n In London and keeping our mouths shut
In Teheran, we have not insisted on our view In
London, while American officials here have
made a bad business worse by publicly criticiz-
ing the British attitude.
It would all be very different today, if In 1946,
we had eeized upon Ernest Bevln's imaginative
scheme, which was independently originated at
the State Department at that J-lme by George
Kennan and others. It would also be very dif-
ferent if the slightest attention had been paid
to the anguished warning of our successive Am-
bassadors, down to and conspicuously Including
Ambassador Orady. Until verv recently, a very
small American investment, plus an intelligent,
determined and united application of American
and British Influence, would have been enough
to reverse the whole trend here.
Instead, a course of feckless folly has brought
u* to a situation where the price to be paid will
be considerable, and the risks to be run will be
great. If serious action is to be taken to escape
Inevitable disaster.
(Cepyrlrht, 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Some U.S. documents, memos on Co-
rtan war, if used apart from others, could prove almost
any point; How Joint Chiefs of Staff men of vary-
ing ages, personalities rtacted to various MacArfliur
proposals. '
WASHINGTON.When the Senate Armed Services Committee
starts sorting out all th* memos and telecom messages exchanged
between the Pentagon and Qeneral MacArthur the public mar
become more confused than ever about who is right In the big
e'ebate.
For several documents and memos prepared during vgrloua
phases of the Korean campaignif set aside from the others-
could be used to prove almost any point.
Furthermore, it was once a paradoxical fact that Seoretar*
or state Acheson was much closer to General MacArthur'a-trasU
tlon re China than the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The wolf pack that
always howls at Acheson's heels has been claiming he was t-e-
sponslble for MacArthur's ouster. However, the record shews
first that this was not the case; second, that following Mac-
Arthur's disastrous retreat from North Korea in early December,
Acheson favored severe punitive measures against China 3a an
aggressor nation.
It was the Joint Chiefs of Staff at that time which vlgjpr-
ously disagreed both with Acheson and MacArthur. In fact, they
fnvored pulling out of Korea altogether.
However, despite Individual and sometimes confusing dj/fj)r-
ences of opinion inside the Pentagon there appears to be no
occasion when the Joint Chiefs of Staff actually went on rtjcOrd
in favor of MacArthur's proposals to bomb Chinese oases and us
Chiang Kai-shek's troops. ;
MACARHUR'S PROPOSALS
In order to get as clear a picture as possible regarding the
working of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and their policy U**4rd
MacArthur, here Is a breakdown on how the Joint Chiefs reacted
to various of MacArthur's proposals:
Bombing Chinese Bases^The nearest the Joint Chiefs ever
came to okaying MacArthur's proposed bombing of Chinese-bases
was on Feb. 28. Just before that date, MacArthur had sent a long
report on enemy air strength now capable of 660 sorties dally. He
reported certain strength building up in certain areas and la
elfect asked permission to bomb these bases.
Replying on Feb. 28, the Joint Chiefs gave MacArthur a set
of five alternatives to counter the Chinese moves. Since these
would be of value to the enemy, they cannot be described here.
But In each of the five alternatives, MacArthur was instructed to
tike no action on the Chinese side of the Yalu River without
reporting back to the Joint Chiefs for further Instructions.
Naval BlockadeAnother question at issue in the Korean
war has been a naval blockade of Chinese ports. On this, there
was agreement. Both the Joint Chiefs and the State Department
okrved a naval blockade but it was vetoed by our Allies In the
United Nations. This was one of the proposals for which Secre-
tary Acheson fought hardest when Prime Minister Attlee visited
Washington. However, Attlee flatly refused to approve any naval j
blockade of China.
Hot PursuitAnother point of agreement between MacAr-
thur and the Joint Chiefs was the right of American planes to
pursue Communist planes beyond the Chinese border when en- I
gaged In a running battle. This did not Include the bombing of
Chinese bases. Though the Joint Chiefs agreed to this, either
the State Department or the National Security Council dis-
approvedI have not been abre to ascertain which.
Chiang Kai-shek's TroopsThis Is the Issue which MacAr-
thur emphasized In his letter to ex-Speaker Joe Martin, the let-
ter which culminated in MacArthur's dismissal. However, use of
Chiang's troops never has been seriously considered by the JolnB
Chiefs.
General Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, has argued
that Chiang offered his troops chiefly for the purpose of getting
them equippedwhich would be terrifically expensive. Further-
more, Acini. Forrest Sherman has pointed out that It would tike
an i.-mada of American vessels to transport them to China. ,
Finally, the Joint Chiefs' study of Chiang's combat strength
does not jibe with published claims of 600.000 men. According'to
Pentagon estimates It Is nearer 250,000 men. It Is also recalled
tnat much of the military equipment we furnished Chiang dar-
ing the war ended up In the hands of the Communists.
Different PersonalitiesThose close to the Joint Chiefs'.of
Staff point out that they are composed of four different mea
of varying ages and personalities, den. Joe. Collins, for instance.
Chief of staff of the Army, was a lieutenant when MacArthur
was a general. When Collins went to Tokyo he was technically
MacArthur's superior, though he always addressed MacArthur as
general" while MacArthur called him "Joe."
Collins is the member of the Joint Chiefs who has agreed
with MacArthur more than anyone else. He has expressed Che
private belief that Russia would not intervene If we bombed
China, and is reported to have expressed oral agreement, with
MacArthur on various points during conferences In Tokyo.
Admiral Sherman, the Chief of Naval Operations, on the
other hand, has been flatly opposed to MacArthur's pqsitlen,
while General Bradley Is almost as vigorous.
Bradley has said privately that if he were In MacArthur
cr.oes he would probably feel as he does. But. as chairman of th
Joint Chiefs of Staff, he cannot agree, since he has to consider
the entire world and how bes*, to parcel out our limited strength.
The last thing Bradley wants, he has made it clear, is to get
sucked Into a war on the Chinese mainland.
NotePentagon observers believe MacArthur may have some
of the tfitative directives which are sent to different theatre
commanders in advance for their comment. These do not bccoiie
approved directives, however, until the Joint Chiefs have s9fie
comment, can studv them in the light Of the over-all plctumJand
tnen issue them officially. There is a big difference betweenjtfie
studies of the Joint Chiefs and their final approved directive!.
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) __'
Beva.n Lurches
By Bruce Biossat
Their present task Is really to
draft an omnibus bul which will
put all foreign assistance pro-
grams in one package. It would
allow for the meshing of the De-
partment of Defense military
assistance program with ECA's
economic assistance and the in-
fant Point Four program of aid
It Is worth while to examine closely the vale-
dictory speech of Aneurln Bevan. who split the
British government and the Labor Party wide
open by his dramatic withdrawal as Minister of
Labor.
Bevan's address Is a beautiful example of a
fuzzy mind at work. It Is unfortunately typical
of the mental gyrations of all too many extreme
leftists and pseudo-liberals.
First of all, Bevan calls for Britain to be in-
dependent of the United States. He wants his
country to be part of a third force" standing
between the U. S. and Russia. This is whistling
past the graveyard. Realists have considered
and discarded the "third force" notibn long
since, on the unassailable ground that neither
Britain. France nor anv combination of Euro-
pean powers has the economic and military
might to constitute such a force.
The whole Atlantic Pact idea is built on the
realization that only a western alliance embrac-
ing both Europe and the United States has the
strenata to stand off the Communist world do-
minated by the Soviet Union.
Bevan has no facts to controvert the realities
which led to formation of that pact. He's Just
Indulging in wishful thinking. He, like many a
Briton, feels uncomfortable In a secondary role
in world affairs. He resents a weakened Brit-
for" under-developed" countries", aln's Inevitable dependence on the unrivaled
now In the State Department. s,"n"th. oi A.merlCft- ,, ,.
But It isn't simply national pride in Bevan's
case. He flatly declares that the U. S. rearma-
ment program is a greater menace to the free
world than is Russia. How can he say this when
the avowed aim of that rearmament Is the se-
curity -A the free world?
He can say it because he Is selfishly concern-
ed with his own concept of economic and poli-
tical life. An extreme Socialist, he bitterly de-
plores any course of action which he sees as
Drafting of the legislation It-
self is being done by the legal
staffs of the- various depart-
ments. This legislation can be
made very simple. It is the pre-
paration of estimates and Justi-
fications for presentation to
Congress that has proved so dif-
ficult.
disrupting the swift progress of Britain toward
a complete Socialist state. Rearmament Is to
him Just such a disruption.
He complains of the "lurchings of the Ameri-
can economy, the extravagance and unpredic-
table behavior of the production machine" and
our too-speedy switch to arms making.
In this complex dav and age, there is no eco-
nomy that does not lurch occasionally, and that
Includes the British Socialist variety. Further-
more, the world Is so interdependent economic-
ally that it Is foolish to imagine one nation in-
sulating itself from another. except by wholly
artificial means.
Yet that Is exactly what Bevan would like to
do. Throughout his speech he makes it clear
that he Is more concerned with his precious So-
cialist experiment than with anything else. If
it should be necessary to put a wall around
Britain to protect that experiment, he is evi-
dently willing.
He shows no awareness of the brutal compul-
sions of life in *a world peopled bv Communists.
Social advances are eminently desirable, though ;
they certainly need not take onlv the direction
prescribed bv Bevan. But desirable or not, some
of them become a luxury in a time of great
stress like the present. They must be postpon-
ed.
Says Bevan: "There Is only one hope for man- !
kind a democratic socialism." He will find '
olenty ot dissent from that proposition among
honorable men In manv Quarters of the globe.
The real hope for peace and security and
with it the uninterrupted chance for social ad-
vancement lies in free men forging an un- .
breakable alliance against the tyrannical ag-1
iressions of Russian communism. To the ex-
tent that Aneurln Bevan does not grasD this,
he Is an enemy of the progress he professes to ;
desire.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN A* INDEPENDENT DAH/T NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, APRIL U, lHt
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERRY
THE AUDIENCE
Episcopal
ancon, c.z.
THE CATHEDBAL OF IT. LUKB
the RL Rev. R. Heber Uooden. Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. ren-ls. Dean
7J* .m. Holy Communion.
f:10 a.m. Cathedral School.
10:45Morning Prytr and atarnos).
(Tint Sunday of tht month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p.m.Evanlng Prayar and Sansn
CRISTOBAL. .P.
CHURCH OP OUR SAVIOUR
Srd St. naar G, Navy
Rtv. Milton A. Cookson, Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Church School 1:30 a.m.
Momini Prayar-Sarmon 11.DO aJn.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People Veaper Service 430
p.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 1:30 D.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayar for all people
cocou
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C. Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson. Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 0:30 am.
Public Worship 10:43 am
(H.C. first Sunday in the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:0 pjn.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
at cm pjn. _
Women's Auxiliary tnd and 4th Thurs-
lay at 7:30_p.m.
not
1 D
Churches af Ik* many reith. m Mia Canal Zone, and (ha
terminal cities af Panama and Calan, KapnhHc af Panama. 01-
tand welcome at all mat to men and woman af the armad
aarvkai. anal ta civilian neighbors, friendt and atrangan.
A* public sarviea, the Panama American lie** batow, fcy
deaominariea, atice, af heart f warship anal Miar regular ec-
tivrtie..
LUtlag. of tartar deneminetiens ara *i alphabetical arder,
which la ratatad from time fa tins*. Danamtaathn having only
ena ar fwa cangragatiani ara llafaa" under "Othar Charcha* And
Sarvkaa." A apacial Hating i* Inclueee far larvicai at Army patt.
Air Barca baca* and Naval rotieno.
Mlniatan. church secreten., an. ch.sls.n. ara asked ta In-
fern, tha naw. ee.k hy Wednesday m>an at tha lataet af any
chantas far tha **nlnt SartMrnoy'e chnrch page.
Lutheran
ouse of Prayer and Fellowship for all
people
COBOZAL
Oeed Shephered
The Ven. A. F. Nightengale _
7:10 a.m. Every Friday: Morning Pray-
(H.C. lit. Friday.)
ZAMBOA
t. aunens Church: Rev. DA. Osberne
10:30 am. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holy
Communion A Sermon.
10:30 a.m 1st and 3rd. Sundays Morn-
ing Prayar A address.
5:00 p.m. Sunday School.
5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Youth Organization*
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
1:00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Every
4th Sunday.
7:30 ojn. Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
7:30 p.m. znd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman Auxiliary.
Ckuabea FenMentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 1:00 pjn.
LA BOCA
St. Peter. Church
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley. Priest
t a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m:Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10 a.m.Morning Prayar and Church
School.
S p.m.Holy Baptism.
7:30 p.m.Vespers and Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdsy..
T a.m.. Wednesdays and Fridays a.m.:
Girls Friendly g and 7 p.m. Monday.
pjn. Tuesday; Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline "30 p.m.
MARtlARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita HoaplUI
The Rev. M. A. Cookson
Sunday School t jn. Evening Prayer
7:00 urn.
PALO SECO
Chareta of The Holy Comforter
The'Ven. A. F. Nightengale,
tvery Mondap J0 a.m. Holy Com-
munion.
PARASO
Rev D. A. Osborne
g:00 ajn. Holy Communion *nd Sunday
1 30 e.m. Sunday School.
S.30 p.m Evening Prever: tnd and 4th
Sundays.
Monday: 7:00 pjn. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 440 p.m. Girls Friendly
Society.
RAO TANK
Rev. D.A. Oaborne A Rev. C.A. Cragwell
11 DO a.m Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st. and 3rd Sundays.
11 DO a.m. Morning Prayer and add-
ress: 2nd and 4th. Sundays.
!00 p.m Sunday School and Bspttsm
:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address-
Snd end 4th Sundays
PANAMA CtT*
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A F. Nightengale. B.D. MB.E.
and The Rev. Rib Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
DO ajn. Holy Communion DO ajn
7;00 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCH BI-THE-SEA
Colon. R. de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington i
The Rev. Mslnert 1. Peterson
STB. Rector
SUNDAYS
a.m Holy Communion
S e-m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 e.m. Church School.
7:10 pjn. Solemn Evensong A Sermon.
WEDNESDAYS
0 a.m. Holy Communion.
T:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
|D0 p.m. Adult Confirmation Claa.
THURSDAYS:
a p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS
S p.m. Children's Eucharist.
7:30 o.m. Cbolr Practice.
SATURDAYS: _
10 a.m. Children's Confirmation Class
' 7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
Chnrch
" Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
S:4S a ni Church School.
0:45 am. Mm mug Prayer.
10:00 ajn. Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
tDO ajn. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Sainta Days.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
1:00 P.m. St- Vincent's Guild.
Thursdays:
TOO pjn. Choir Rehearsal.
Chnrch ef St. Mary Tha Vrala
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
4 45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3*00 p.m. Church School.
SD0 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7'00 a.m. Holy Communion.(Also Holy
Dave and Saint Days.)
t:30 pm. Evening Prayer. Fridays.
IDO4:00 p.m. Prayar Guild.
740 p.m Cbolr Rehearsal
S.30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 a.m on the
f 40 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Chrlaupkei's
The Rev. Antonio Ocho*
7:3a a.m. Choral Eucharist.
10:00 ojn. Church School
0:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7.DO
a.ni-
Wednesdsy and Holy Days :30 a.m
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday af everv month. I
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Chnrch of tha Lutheran Hear"
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
830 Balboa Road, Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 0 ajn..
Worship service 10:15 ajn, -Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good. A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors. Pot-
luck supper second Sundsy esch month
7:30 pjn.. fame night, fourth Sunday
7:30 pjn. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita HoaplUI
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To All. _______
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHUBCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. O. Herbert Moon
*D0 ajn. Morning Prayer and Sermon
DO pjn. Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o.iu. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHUBCH
7th Street and Melende Avenue.
Colon. R.P.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister'
Sunday Services st 0:30 s.m. snd 7:15
p.m.; Sunday School for all ages at 3
"Monday 7 JO pjn.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHUBCH
Slver. City. CZ.
Rev. Norman Pratt Minister
Sunday Services S ajn. and 5:15 p.m.,
Sunday School for all agea at 1:30 pjn
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting.
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle 15 de rataera
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. (Mai-
or Wilson); Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7 JO
p.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO pjn. Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
Colon. 14th Street
Services at........11a.m. A 7:30 p.m
Sunday School at.......... 3:00 pjn.
Coln. 3rd Street
Services et ...... 11 a.m. A 7 JO o.m
Silver City
Service at ................. 'JO P-"1
Sunday School at ...........*D0pn
Gamboa. C.Z.. Divine Servicee at 11:00
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. with Sunday School
at 3:00 pjn. ^^
Rio Abalo. RJ?. Sunday School at
3:00 pjn.
COCOI.I BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 303. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Hell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School .............. *: a.m.
Preaching Services ........ 10:45 a.m.
Training Union ............. 0:00 pjn.
Polling Service. ......... 7D0 M
Brotherhood 7:00 pjn. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service ... 7:00 every
Monday evening.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panam City. No 1 J. A
Mayiurd; Panam City No. Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services only).
Adolphua Lawee. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry:
Rio Abate, C. D. Abrahams; Gamboa. A.
A. Brlule. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joaeph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Crock-
shank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B. J.
Maxon. (No Sunday night eervlce at
oresent.1_____
Sabbath school each church Saturday
4-30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a m. Sunday
night service st all churches exoepi
otherwise Indicated.______
Union Churches
Where all PretestanU cooperate wit*
unity la essentials, liberty, In pen-
essentials and charity la all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Cristobal
The Rev. Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Phone 3-1401. _
10:45 Worship service and Chureh-tlme
nursery. __ .
4 00 Young Peoples Meeting.
The Rev. J. William L. Graham. Paator
Phone 5-355. aseas* mswk
0:00 0:30 Broadcast on HOK. HP5r
and HON.
0:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev. Henry Bell. Paator.
Phone 3-1400.
0:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Church-lime
nursery.
4:30 Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
M alhoja
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw. Pastor
Phone 2-1404, Ofc. Phone 2-336
IJ0 Church School. Free oua service.
10:30 Woraltip service and Churcb-time
lursery.
tt:30 Youth Congregations
5:00 Chi Rho Senior III Fellowship
(00 Post Hi Fellpwshlp ___
7:30 Service "Centered On song.
Bruja Road and St Thomas Ave.
0:00 e.m. Sunday School. Free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocoll.
^Au'servlcee In Gamboa Civici Center
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray. Minuter
Phone 0-130.
t 00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service.
Pedre Miguel
0:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7 :S0 Evening Vespers. ^^^^^^^^
Unitarian
1-Hfc
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 a.m.
JWB Armed
Forcea Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
four invitation
to liberal
religion
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bids. 702-X. La
oca Bond. Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wttkln director
Services on Friday. 7 Ja p;mi
(Sec also listing of Jewish sehrlces
ander Posts. Bases and Stations 1
Congregation Kol Sheerlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cube and 30th Street Bella Vista.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A Merield
Services eo Friday, t pjn.
Baptist
NATIONAL BtAFTISl CHURCHES
Panama Baptist, Prayer Meeting 0:30
i.m. Divine Service, 0.3a a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. and Serving of The Lord's
Supper at both Services Sunday School
3:00 p.m
Boyd Baptist, La Boca, C. Z.. Divine
Services 11 DO a m. snd 7:30 pjn. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Services Sun-
day School at 3:00 p.m.
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva. CZ.. Divine
Service 11:00 ajn. Sunday School
1:00 pjn.
'<&**&$<
FIBST BAPTIST CHUBCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z.
037 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away tram he*.
with a welcome |ust aa friendly''
William H. Beeby. Faster
OJO a.m.
10:45 a.m.
0:30 p.m.
7 JO p.m.
Sunday School.........
Morning Worship ......
Baptist Training Union
Evangelistic Service-----
W.M.S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday} ......,. 1-J0 pjn.
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month) .. 7:30 p.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHUBCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal. CZ.
Rev. Fred L, Jones. Pastor
"Year InvttaUea To Werahlp"
Bible School ............... 0:45 a.m.
Worship ................... "DO a.m.
Training Union ............' SJ0 pan.
Worship.................... :30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thura,.) ... 7:30 pjn.
OUB LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, C.Z.
Pastor, Rev Charlea Jacobs. CM.
Sunday Massee ... 7:00 and JO a.m.
Weekday Masses, Wednesday, etc S:00
a jr.
Holy Day Massee ... 5:45 A OJO a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena ervice
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Secret Heart Novena eervlce. Fridays
7:00 pjn.
Confessions Saturday ..... 0:00 p.m.
ST. THOMAS7 CHUBCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor, Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sunday Mass 0:45 ajn.
Weekday Masase, Tuesday and Friday
0:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 0:00 s.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to S p.m.
CHUBCH OF TUB ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Masa ............... DO s.m.
Catechism Class ........... 10:00 ajn.
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11:00 a.m.
Benediction................ 7:00 p.m.
PARASO C.Z. (Ledge Ball)
Sunday Mass .............. 0:15 a.m.
Catechism Class Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
ST. THERESA'S CHUBCH
Cocoli, C.Z.
Sunday Masa ......,........ 0:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass ............. 0:30 a.m.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Carnada, C.Z.
Sundsy Msss............... DO ajn.
Catechism Claaa Thursday ..3:30 p.m.
ST. JOHN THB BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abalo, Panam
Sunday Mass .............. :S0 ajn.
Holy Day Maaa ............ 7:30 a.m.
Benediction Sunday........ 7:00 p.m.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ancon
500 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
First Chnrch at Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednesday 7:30 pjn.
Sunday School 0:30 ajn.
Christian Science Society, (.setae
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First A Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 pjn.
Sunday School 10:15.
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Catholic
(Listad below are the Catholic Churches
in tha Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception In Colon, and num-
erous parish churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are orlmarlly Span-
ish-speaking.)
ST.
MABX'S CHUBCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday Maasea: 4:00. 1:00, 0:00. 10:00
and 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: 3:00 p.m.
SACRED HEART CHAPEL, Anean, CE.
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-0S4S
Sundsy Masses: 0:00. 7 JO A 0:30 s.m
Dally Mass: 4:00 a.m.
Holy day Maasea: 4:00. 7:30 ajn and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m.
Confessions'. Thursdays before the 1st
Friday, 7:00 to :00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3JO to 3:00 p.m.: 7:00
to 8:00 pm.
Csthechism Class: Orada School Child
ran: Friday 3:1* pjn. .
Study Club High School Students
Wednesday 0J0 pjn. _
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday :J0 pjn.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses.
every 2nd and 4th Thursday 7 JO pjn
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CJ4.
Sunday Masses: 7, end 10 JO s.m
Weekday Mass: 0:30 ajn.
Sunday School after the I o'clock glass
Mlrsculous Medal Novena cervices.
Holiday Masses: 0 and a.m.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 1:00 P--
Monday S and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHUBCB
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Paator BeV. John Tumelty. CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays. Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass g:00 s.m.
Weekday Masse. Thursday and Sstur-
dsy 7:00 am.____
Holiday Mass 7:00 a.m.
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass 7:00 sjn.
Confession Saturday : to 7*0 p.m
CHUBCH Of ST. VINCENT OB PAUL
(Vlacantlan Fathers)
"K" Street, Panam City '
Masses. Sunday 4 ajn. (high msss): a.
8:30 a.m. ISunday echool conducted by
Maryknoll Sisters, after the second Mas;
Weekdays 0 a.m.: Holiday 0 and JO
''Confessions. Saturday. I JO ta t pan
"Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
at 7 p.m.; Miraculous Medal Novena at
p.m. Friday; convert classes 7JO p.m.
Monday and Thursday
Cathicism Class 10:4 ta 11:4* am
Sunday.
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy Qay Maaa 0:00 ajn.
COCO SLITO FLAVBIIM
Paator, Rev. Wm. J. Finn. CM.
Sunday Masa ............... 22 i
Holy Day Mase ............. 0*0 em.
Sunday School ........*.... : AB*
Services Thursday nlghta ... 7:4* om
Confession before Man.
CHUBCH OF THE HOLT FAMILY
Margarita. CZ.
Rev. William J. Finn. CM.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School.................. 0:13
Morning Worship................10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ...... 0700
Morning Worship .............,. 10:13
FOBT KOBBE
Sanday School .................. 10*0
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK A FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 0:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:4*
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:4*
HQTRS 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... 0:00
CataeDe
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass..................... 7:30
Sundsy Mam ................... 0:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass.................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE mm
Dally Mass .......... .......... 7:30
Sunday Masses .......... 1:00 A 0:00
15TH MVAL DISTRICT .i
Sundsy Maaa ..... ............ 1M
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mas .................. 0:*o
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dslly Mass ..................... JO
Sundsy Masses ..........7:4* A :4*
Jewrlea
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... **0
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4:00
TORT KOBBE
Thursdsy ...................... 1*0
JWB, Balboa. C.Z. ,
Friday ......................... 7:*>
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion
Sunday School ............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
'Morning Worship ......^.-"'
NAVAL STATION
COCO SOLO ...
Sunday School .
doming Worship
0:00
0JO
0:1*
10:00
0:30
11:00
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Maaa
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLO
Sunday
CatheBe
10:00
0:00
0:00
Jewish
TORT GULICK mM
Tuesday ....................... 1*0
OT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymon f^-^
Assistant, Rev. George Browne. CM
Sundey Maasea ..... :4*4k**0em
Weekly Massee ...... SN5 JS,m-
First Friday manes* .. *:45 A 8:00 a.m.
Baptism Sunday ........... 4:00 p m.
Miraculous Medal Novena eervlce every
Wednesdsy st 4 15 snd 7:00 P-m. ___
Novene of the Sacred Heart Friday
7 Confessions Saturday: I B li *
OJn.
Sunday School, S: pm.
Instructions for sdulta seeking Know-
ledge of the Csthollc Church, every Mon-
day and Thursday st 7:1 pm.
Sundsy. 0:30 ajn.Church School with
classes for all Agea.
10:45 am.Regular Morning worship
Sermon Topic "You Cant Uve With-
out It." Special Music by the Junior
gOO pm.Youth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Ceptaln of The
Game." Installation of Newly Selected
Officers. _____
ST. tTOCSBiTB CHUBCB
Silver City. CZ.
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis, CJg.
Sunday Msssaa ... 1:4* and I 00 am
Weekday Mass ............. 0*0 a.m.
Holy Day Maaa a .. *:S0and J* am.
Sunday School........... 11*0 am
Miraculous Model Novene eervlce -
rueadey 7:00 p.m
Baptisms Sunday .........4*0 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 1*0: 7 00
. to 0:00 p.m.
at' Instruction roe adult Tuesday. Fri-
days: 1J* DA.
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'l CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. S4th Street
Panam* Monday; Lecture and Dis-
cussions :*0 pjn.
Chnrch ef Jasas Chrhn of Latter Day
Sainta (Mermen) Balsea. CE.
Sundsy School 10:00 s.m.
Services 10:30 a.m. _
At JWB Armed Forcea Services Center
on La Boca Road
CHUBCH OP CUBIST
0001 Balboa Road. Balboa
W. Harlsnd Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3002
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 10:00 a.m.
Preaching snd Communion ... 14:45 am.
Preaching and Communion -----7:00 p.m.
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 pm.
Ldies' Bible Class Thursday 1:41 pro
CHUBCB OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet In the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:4* am
Visitor welcome
Ladles Bible Study et Getun.
Phone Gatun 41* or Ft Gullck 300
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHUBCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship................
Young People's Service .........
Evening Worship ...............
Pray ar Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 pjn. and Saturday 0J0 a.m
OLD CATHOLIC CHUBCB
St. Raphael The Archangel
I3ln St Weat No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundsy st I'30 am.
Tilled i Wednesdsy and Thursdays
:30 ajn.
Sacrament of Unction (Heeling Ser-
vice) First Sundsy of each month et
7 30 pjn
Meant Hallaeth Chrtenaa Caere*
Panam. R.P
Rt Ra* T. James. D. D. Bishop
offlclanting.
Morning Worship t ...... 0:00 s.m.
Holy Communion at........ 0 JO a m.
Fellowship Worship at..... 11.00 a m.
Bible Reeding at .......... 3:00 p.m.
DlvlaW Service et ........ 7:00 pjn.
Sermon at ............... 0*0 p .
Holy Communion at ..... 0*0 o.m
elbea-Asaader Road USO Clak
Nen-Deaominatlen
Veapat Service at to bjb. Sunday*.
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ESCUCHE HOY;
a las 9:30 p.m.
Jia Jarzuela
del Sbado
presentando:
DON GIL DE ALCAL
del Maestro Penella.
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Panama Amrica
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEftAR OCULTAN
TUBERA galvanizada
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AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vi* Espaa 121 TcL 3-1M1
*SO VICSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P., SBADO, ABRIL *8, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
CuJLm IF

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I *
A tiro de can estn los rojos de Sel
Debido
renuncia
a la crisis
el Gabinete
petrolera
de Irn
STA. VIRGINIA RODRIGUEZ
Candidata de "El Panam
Amrica"
IV
1

STA. MARGARITA BARCENAS
Candidata de la Escuela Militar
de Fort Gulick
h
Tomarn pelcula
de los actos de
maana en Coln
COLON, Abril 28 (BPF)
Tanto el desfile de candidates
como el acto de proclamation
de la Reina de la Feria de taa-
yo, que han de celebrarse en
esta ciudad el prximo domin-
go, a lae 4 p.m. y 8 p.m. respec-
tivamente, sern tomadqs en
pelcula por el Noticiario Na-
cional de Actualidades. Dicho
corto ser exhibido en la pan-
talla del Noticiero Nacional, ui
la Plaza 5 de Mayo de la capi-
tal, asi como en varios otros
teatros.
El Noticiero Nacional de Ac-
tualidades ha sido designado
por el Comit Organizador de
la Feria para realizar la pel-
cula oficial de sta. La pelcu-
la ser hablada, tomndose el
sonido directamente en la Feria.
Al frente del Noticiero Na-
cional de Actualidades se en-
cuentra el Sr- John H. Heymann
tras i Par Col 1>
La comisin decidi que el
petrleo extrado desde el
21 de Marzo pertenece al pas
TEHERAN, abril 28> (UP).
El Primer Ministro Ala Hussein
present anoche al Sha la di-
misin del Gabinete a conse-
cuencia de -la recomendacin
por la Comisin Parlamentarla
de petrleo de expropiar las
Instalaciones pertenecientes a
la Compaa Anglo-Iranla de
Petrleo.
En un acuerdo unnime, la
Comisin hizo la propuesta del
mtodo para la nacionalizacin
del petrleo en Irn. El Parla-
mento aprob la nacionaliza-
cin el 21 de marzo y cre la
comisin para que recomendara
los mtodos a emplear respec-
to a la compaa.
Hussen present la dimisin
despus de la advertencia del
Embajador britnico Sir Fran-
cis Shepherde de que pudiera
haber "consecuencias gravisl-
.----------------------------------.....
Candidata
i*
Nombramientos y destituciones
en Hacienda y Tesoro decreta
el rgano Ejecutivo Nacional
STA. OLGA LEIGNADIER
Candidata del Club nter-
Americano de Mujeres
i
IV
"
i-
1 *>
I STA. GIOCONDA APOI.AYO
Candidata de "La Estrella
de Panam"

Resuelto un caso
penal contra un
Fiscal Superior
La Corte Suprema de Justi-
cia, por sentencia dictada ayer,
absolvi al Fiscal Primero del
Primer Distrito Judicial, Licen-
ciado Jos Maria Vsquez Diaz,
quien fue llamado a responder
en juicio por la Corte Supre-
ma por delitos contra las liber-
tades pblicas, al mantener a-
rrestados a raz del 3 de julio
de 1948 a los seores Panta-
len Henrquez Bernal, Norber-
to Zurita y Francisco Jos Li-
nares, a pesar de que dichos
caballeros gozaban de Inmuni-
dad parlamentarla, en su con-
dicin de diputados electos.
Este caso estaba bajo la po-
nencia del Dr. Francisco Filos,
Primer Suprente del Magistrado
Ricardo A. Morales, y la reso-
lucin absolutoria que favorece
al referido fiscal, lleva la apro-
bacin de los Magistrados Fran-
cisco Filos, Enrique Gerardo A-
brahams y Carlos B. Blebarach.
Al dictarse la sentencia salva-
ron sus votos, el doctor Eras-
En circuios oficiales se entre-
g esta maana a la prensa los
siguientes Decretos dictados por
conducto del Ministerio de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, sobre nombra-
mientos y destituciones de em-
Sleados en esa dependencia del
oblerno.
Los Decretos son del tenor si-
guiente: '
Decreto Nmero 571 del 17 de
Abril de 1951.
Declrese insubsistente los si-
guientes nombramientos.
Diana Alicia Vergara, Cotiza-
dora en el Departamento de
Materiales y Compras; Santia-
go Flores, Chofer del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Decreto Nmero 579 de 19 de
Abril de 1951.
Declrese Insubsistente a los
siguientes empleados del Minis-
terio de Hacienda y Tesoro:
Ricardo Cont Porras, Dibu-
jante de la Seccin Segunda de
Tierras y Bosques.
Hernn Cont Porras, Opera-
dor de Gra en el Muelle Fiscal.
Decreto Nmero 571 de 27 de
Abril de 1951.
Nmbrase el siguiente perso-
nal en el Ministerio de Hacienda
y Tesoro.
Fabricio Velasquez, Sub-Jefe
de la Seccin Segunda en reem-
plazo de Victor M. Silva cuyo
nombramiento se declara insub-
sistente;
Julio Quintero, Sub-Director
La ms grande demostracin en
Nueva York contra el comunismo
se har ante MacArthur hoy
UTA. ALICIA WONG
Candidata do la Sociedad
Cvica de Chiricanos
NUEVA YORK, abril 28. (UPt
El General MacArthur' y
500.000 personas desfilarn por
la 5a. avenida hoy ante cuatro
millones de espectadores en la
ms grande demostracin anti-
comunista en la celebracin del
Da de la Lealtad".
De regreso de su triunfal vl-
I sita a Chicago y Milwaukee, en
I donde ms de seis millones de
personas lo vieron, MacArthur
I -

STA. THKI.MA CASTILLA
Candtoata del Club de Leones
Se har un pblico
reconocimiento
al Club de Leones
El Club de esposas de los pe-
riodistas acord por unanimi-
dad organizar una pblica exal-
tacin a los Leones de Panam,
por la magnifica labor realizada
en favor de los nios istmeos.
Consistir este homenaje' en
recoger en todos los barrios de
la ciudad sus alrededores y ba-
rriadas firmas para confeccio-
nar un albn que demuestre
la gratitud del pueblo hacia los
Leones; album que ser entrega-
do al prximo septiembre.
dijo que se sentia bien, mien-
tras se praparaba a encabezar
el desfile de seis horas a lo
largo de "la calle ms rica del
mundo".
El desfile ha sido organizado
por los veteranos de guerra pa-
ra contrarrestar las celebracio-
nes anuales de los comunistas
el lo. de. mayo, e incluir 40
bandas de msica y 33 grupos
nacionales que vestirn trajes
tiplcos, incluyendo los de Rusia
y otros pases detrs de la cor-
tina de hierro.
Los planes para que el Car-
denal catlico Francis Spell-
man desfilara en el automvil
de MacArthur fueron1 cambia-
dos a ltima hora, despus de
las protestas de los grupos pro-
testantes.
El Cardenal notific a los ve-
teranos de guerra que prefera
caminar y no montar en auto
en el desfile que comenzar a
la una de la tarde.
El General Courtney Whitney,
ayudante de MacArthur dijo que
ste no tenia pensado visitar
al Presidente Truman, pero que
si ste lo invitaba lo "conside-
rarla una orden". \
mas y de gran alcance" si Irn
intenta confiscar las propieda-
des de la compaa denomina-
da por los britnicos y la cual
tiene el monopolio del petrleo
de Irn.
Entre tanto, de Shiraz se In-
forma que hubo una explo-
sin de plvora y qua parte de
la ciudad est todava envuel-
ta en llamas. No hay ms de-
talles. Se comunica que en
Tesht fueron detenidas 37 per-
sonas despus de una manifes-
tacin.
En Majlis (Cmara baja del
Parlamento) fue convocado a
una sesin extraordinaria para
hoy para discutir el plan de
nueve puntos de la comisin
para nacionalizar la Industria
petrolera que se espera que el
"Frente Nacional" ejerza pre-
sin en favor de la inmediata
ratificacin de las propuestas.
La Comisin de Petrleo pro-
pone la constitucin de una
nueva comisin formada por
cinco senadores, cinco miembros
del Majlis, el Ministro de Ha-
cienda y otro Ministro para ad-
ministrar la industria petrole-
ra. Sata comisin se incautara
inmediatamente de todas las
propiedades de la Anglo-Ira-
nlan Oil Co.
(ras* a la fagina a, Coramina 1)
Es candidato del
Rotario Panameo
J. Ramirez Brown
El Doctor Jernimo Ramire
Brown, destacada figura de >a
intelectualidad centroamerica-
na, es actualmente un candida-
to de visible fuerza para les
elecciones de Presidente Utl
Club Rotarlo Internacional.
Se tiene entendido en los cir-
cuios bien informados de ios
Rotarlos que el prestigioso ho;n-
ore pblico nicaragense cuen-
ta con el respaldo aproximado
ue mil clubes de esa organiza-
cin internacional.
El nombre del Doctor Jer-
nimo Ramirez Brown es amplia-
mente conocido en nuestro con-
tinente por orden a sus capa-
cidades intelectuales y por su
labor desarrollada desde hace
muchos aos como miembro del
Club Rotarlo Internacional.
La eleccin mencionada ten-
dr lugar en el mes de Junio.
Con tal motivo se nota grt.ii
inters en la Amrica Latina
ya que de salir trlnfante Ram-
rez Brown serla l el pri.ncr
Presidente latinoamericano.
Un Panam es muy conocido
y apreciado el abogado y ora-
dor nicaragense. Aqu ha eaU-
do l en misin rotarla varias
veces y tambin asisti como
Ministro de Educacin de su
patria a la Conferencia Con-
tinental de Ministros de Educa-
cin que se celebr en Panam
(Pasa a ka Pag. 8. Col. )
"Haba ledo eso sobre
murallas de cadveres, pero
nunca lo haba yo credo"
Por Peter Webb
CON LAS FUERZAS DE
LAR NN. EN COREA,
abril 21. (UP). "La pri-
mera seal fue una luz de
bengala. Entonces, repentina-
mente, vimos ana gran ma-
sa negra que avanzaba sobre
el ro", dijo el Sargento Wi-
lliam Clark, veterano de El
Alamein y superviviente de
la heroica lucha que duran-
te tres das librara el regi-
miento britnico Gloucester
contra las faenas chinas.
El regimiento fee cercado
por las fuerzas chinas poco
despus de haber comenzado
la ofensiva comunista el do-
mingo 22 de abril.
Durante tres das los solda-
dos britnicos estuvieron re-
sistiendo sin ceder un palmo
de terreno hasta que con sus
municiones casi agotadas se
dividieron en grupos, algunos
de los cuales han logrado re-
fresar a las lneas aliadas.
El Sargento Clark mandaba
uno de esos grupos. Los sol-
dados britnicos estaban des-
cansando en sus trincheras
comentando las raciones ex-
tras que tendran al da si-
guiente, da de San Jorge.
"Al comenzar el ataque, las
bateras de artillera InsUla-
dai en si flanco derecho del
('loucester iniciaron uno de
tos ms intensos bombardeos
de artillera que recuerdo. Mi-
les de granadas de 25 libras
cayeron sobre los chinos. En
aquellos momentos record el
.imb*rdeo de artillera de El
Alamein, como si hubiera si-
do un bombardeo de prctica,
rero los chinos continuaban
avanzando, tlfiendo con su
sangre las aguas del rio has-
la lanzarse sobre las posicio-
nes del regimiento", manifes-
t Clark.
Clark agreg que "los chi-
nea se lanzaron sobre nos-
otros tocando silbatos y cor-
neta. Al principio nos cans
risa, pero un memento des-
pus estbamos demasiado -
cupados para siquiera sonrer.
Los chinos, cuando llegaron
cerca, comentaron a lanzar
granadas. En mi vida he vis-
te tantas granadas".
Clark refiri que las aven-
tadas y otras unidades del
Gloucester se agruparon y las
fuerzas rojas penetraron por
sus flancos cercando el re-
gimiento.
"Durante tres das estuvi-
mos resistiendo. Yo haba le-
do eso sobre "murallas de
cadveres", pero nunca lo
ere!. Pero vi levantarse ante
mis ojos una muralla de ca-
dveres de soldados chinos en
torno al regimiento. En algu-
nos lugares no podamos ver
hacia el otro lado. Los chi-
nos asaltaban una y otra ves
nuestras posiciones sin Im-
portarles las bajas. Tenamos
blancos excelentes pero las
municiones comenzaron a es-
casear".
Al fin, con las municiones
reducidas a diez por cabeza,
el regimiento se dividi en
grupos. Clark y su unidad se
abrieron paso "no sabemos
cmo" a travs de las lineas
rojas y se reunieron de nue-
vo con sus aliados.
A. de la Lastra
seguir siendo
Tesorero Mpal.
El Consejo Municipal del Dis-
trito Capital, acord anoche por
unanimidad, prorrogar el nom-
bramiento de don Azael de la
Lastra para el cargo de Teso-
rero Municipal, mientras dure
la licencia concedida al titular
don Rosendo Merel, quien se
encuentra en Estados Unidos.
El Concejo al prorrogar el
nombramiento del seor De la
Lastra por todo el tiempo que
dure la ausencia del seor Me-
rel, hizo constar la eficiencia
y el celo puestos al servicio del
Tesoro Municipal por el citado
funcionarlo.
El Tesorero Merel habla soli-
citado un mes de vacaciones a
que tiene derecho de acuerdo
con la Ley y anoche se presen-
to una solicitud de licencia, la
cual le fue concedida por. la
Cmara edllicia, prorrogando,
como hemos dicho, el nombra-
miente hecho en la persona del
seor Azael de la Lastra para
eete importante cargo.
Resultan heridos
50 Estudiantes al
explotar un tanque
MARYVILLIE, Missouri, Abril
28 (UP) Un enorme tanque
de gas explot hoy en la ma-
ana incendiando el dormitorio
de un colegio, recibiendo heri-
das ms de cincuenta alumuas.
La explosin rompi las vi-
drieras de ms de la mitad de
los almacenes de la ciudad.
Las llamas se apoderaron el
dormitorio del colegio para ni-
as, el cual se encuentra cerca'
el lugar de la explosin.
Treinta minutos despus de la
explosin la mitad de un edifi-
cio de ladrillos se vino al suelo.
Los bomberos y voluntarlos ;.e
Waryville estaban luchando tor
cfocar las llamas dos horas
despus de la explosin.
El tanque estaba lleno de gas
natural. Casi todas las 300 -
lumnas del colegio se encontra-
ban en cama, y cuando ocurri
la explosin salieron huyendo
por las escaletas de escape en
camisones.
Slo unas cuantas alumnas
lograron salvar sus efectos per-
sonales.
Dos de las alumnas se en-
cuentran en estado de grave-
dad y otras 15 estn hospitali-
zadas. Muchas otras alumnas
tuvieron que ser tratadas por
quemaduras y cortadas, pero no
hubo necesidad de hospitali-
zarlas.
El tanque de gas se encon-
traba a unos 300 pies al este
del dormitorio.
Abandonan la ciudad
1.400.000 habitantes
Espantosas bajas de 40,000 hombres han sufrido
los comunistas en una sola semana
TOKIO, Abril 2rTlIP)^- Los comunistas chi-
nos ocuparon a Uijongbu ayer en la tarde despute
de la retirada aliada. Se han reportado en este sec-
tor slo ligeros ataques, ya que Iob comunistas han
concentrado sus fuerzas para asaltar a Sel, la
cual se encuentra a tiro de can de los rojos.
Los aliados se retiraron entre el lodo en una
tarde lluviosa, y se preparan para una lnea de de-
fensa al norte de Sel. Uijongbu ha quedado con-
vertida en un solar lleno de escombros.
Los comunistas han logrado
que varias patrullas se dea.i-
cen por entre la nueva linea
aliada, bajo el manto de la os-
curidad. Se han reportado pe-
netraciones comunistas al nor-
te y nor-oeste de Sel. Es po-
sible que los comunistas obli-
guen a los aliados a retirarle
t la misma ciudad.
Los caones pesados de Its
Naciones Unidas se encuentran
instalados en las calles de 3cl
y ya estn disparando andana-
das de plomo y explosivos con-
tra las hordas comunistas que
se acercan a la ciudad. La fuer-
te lluvia Impidi el apoyo e
la aviacin aliada.
Todos, menos cien mil del mi-
lln y medio de habitantes e
Sel han abandonado la clucud
en anticipacin a su calda en
ranos comunistas por terceru
vez en los diez meses de guerra.
La ofensiva comunista t
100,000 hombres ha obligado a
los aliados retirarse a todo lo
largo del frente con excepcin
de la costa oriental Los rojos
parece que no le prestan mu-
cha atencin a las bajas de ms
de 40,000 hombres sufridas en
la primera semana del asalto
Los comunistas, en siete dios
de ofensiva, se han apoderado
de 35 millas de territorio qua
es costo a los aliados tres me-
tes para ganar.
Las puntas de lanzas comu-
nistas han avanzado hasta a
veinte millas al sur del Para-
lelo 38.
' En el frente central, escena-
rio del primer avance comu-
nista, los aliados abandonaron
a Kapyong a 12 millas al bvt
Uel Paralelo y una seccin de
\a estratgica carretera 3'ul
Chunchon y se retiraron al sur
del Rio Pukhan.
Los despachos del frente in-
dican que la carretera 3cl
Chunchon ha sido abandona.!
a los comunistas despus ^c
ios aliados se han retirado a
todo lo largo del frente de ba-
talla.
Las tropas chinas atacaban
a los aliados en retirada espo-
rdicamente, pero no penetra-
ron sus retaguardias. Tampoco
hicieron intento inmediato de
cruzar el Rio Pokhan.
Los reportes oficiales descri-
ben la situacin alrededor da
Uijongbu a 11 millas al norte
de Sel como "oscura".
Se ha sabido muy poco del
frente al nor-oeste de Sel dca-
(Pasa a la Pig. c. coi. g)
Qumico que contribuy a la
fabricacin de la Bomba
Atmica llegar a Panam
Sealan las fechas
para audiencias en
Juzgado Seccional
Comunicado de Prensa
La Inspeccin Provincial de
Trabajo de Coln con funcio-
nes de Juzgado Seccional, hace
saber: a las personas Interesa-
das, el horario de las audien-
cias que han de celebrarse pr-
ximamente.
Mayo 3, a las 10.00 a.m.: Leo-
nard Hall Wilson vs. Jacobo
Marchosky.
(Pasa a la Pig. 8. Col. )
El doctor Robert P. Slbtey,
uno de los ms eminentes nom-
bres de ciencia, especialmente
en lo relacionado con la fuer-
za atmica, qumica e Ingenie-
ra, llegar a Panam el ais
2 del prximo mes de Mayo.
El doctor Slbley form par'e
de la Comisin de la Univer-
sidad de California, que tanto
contribuy a la desintegracin
del tomo, que fu la base pa-
ra el descubrimiento de la bom-
ba atmica.
Durante 25 aos fu Geren-
te Ejecutivo de la Asociacin
de ex-alumnos de la Universi-
dad de California y es uno ie
los ms destacados ciudadanos
de toda esa regln de los es-
tados Unidos.
Todos los panameos y zo-
netas que estudiaron en Berk-
ley, California, le preparan un
agasajo a este cientfico nor-
teamericano, cuyos detalles se
darn a conocer prximamente.
Hay Inters especial en que se
sumen todos los miembros d',1
"Golden Bear" Society.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS 0E
22,300
Con ms de tres mil alumnos el
Instituto iniciar clases el 2
SI Instituto Nacional iniciar clases el dos de mayo con
una matrcula que pasar de tres mil alumnos, segn mani-
fest a un redactor de este diario el Rector de la Institucin
don Rafael M. Moscote.
El aumento de matrcula en el ao escolar venidero, crea
un serlo problema en cuanto al acomodo de los alumnos, ya
Que el Instituto resultar pequeo para dar cabida a la po-
blacin estudiantil.
Con respecto al profesorado, el Rector Motete manifest
que van a faltar cerca de diez profesores, pero que el estima
que este problema ser resuelto a tiempo y que no habr
ninguna dificultad en iniciar las clases el dos ie mayo pr-
ximo.
El bombardero ms grande del
mundo choc ayer contra avin
de combate espectacularmente

Al borde del caos
est Gibraltar a
causa de explosin
GIBRALTAR, Abril 28 (UP)
Los escuadrones de salvamento,
buzos y agentes especiales bri-
tnicos se encuentran reunidos
en esta ciudad para tratar de
determinar si el sabotage fu
la causa de la explosin del
barco cargado de municiones, la
cual le caus la muerte a seis
personas por lo menos, hiriendo
a centenares ms.
La ciudad se encontraba al
borde del caos, ya que cientos
de personas atestaban los tres
hospitales en busca de curas
para sus heridas. Inmediata-
mente se Instalaron estaciones
de primeros auxilios en las ca-
lles, siendo atendidos por en-
fermeras, mdicos y rnuntarioa.
GUTHRIE, Oklahoma, Ab.-il
28 (UP> Un avin de com-
bate choc con un gigantesco
avin de diez motores del Upo
B-38 durante un simulacro at
ataque ayer sobre Oklahoma y
ambos aviones cayeron a tie-
rra envueltos en llamas, mu-
riendo 14 hombres, uno de el.-s
un observador civil.
Los escombros de los dos avie-
nes quedaron regados sorjre un
radio de tres millas cuadradas
y los escuadrones de identifi-
cacin de la base area de Ok.i
liorna se encontraban ocupados
tratando de Identificar los mi-
litados cuerpos.
Cuatro de los tripulantes del
B-38 lograron lanzarse en pa-
racaidas, recibiendo heridas le-
ves y se encuetran hospitaliza-
dos.
El enorme bombardero, el ms
grande del mundo, se encontra-
ba haciendo un vuelo hacia U
ciudad de Oklahoma en un s.-
Conflicto obrero
se derime a tiros
en Estados Unidos
WAKE FOREST, N. C. Aiirl
23 (UP) Los huelguistas y los
obreros textiles de la fbrica
de tejidos de esta ciudad sos-
tuvieron anoche una batalla da
eis horas con rifles y escopetes,
tuvlendo de Intervenir la Por-
cia. En esta batalla resultaron
heridas tres personas, entre e-
llas' un periodista.
El tiroteo comenz cuando
los huelguistas hicieron explo-
tar tacos de dinamitas, y la ba-
talla continu con todo uruf
hasta que lleg una patrulla da
Policas a eso de media noens.
Ante la presencia de la PjH-
ca los combatientes se retlr-J
ron. sin tener los policas auf
nacer un slo disparo.
Esta ha sido la peor demos-
tracin de violencia que ha o*
currldo durante la huelga -lU*
lleva 28 das Esta se ha exten-
dido a ocho Estados, pero mi-
chas fbricas de algodn y .*-
;. on han reanudado parcialmen-
te sus operaciones.
Un periodista del "Ralci^h
News", quien se encontraba co-
mo observador fu herido en el
pecho y el hombre cuando so
diriga a la fbrica a invent,-
jar la explosin. Sinembai^o,
ti periodista fu a la redaccin
de su diarlo para escribir la
noticia.
Tres atracciones
ofrece el Central
la semana entrante
Tres importantes atracciones
ofrece para la prxima sema-
na el Teatro Central de esta
ciudad, el lunes 30 a las nueva
de la noche, el ya sonado y
anunciado "Estreno Sorpresivo*
el cual sin duda alguna lia
nar de satisfaccin al respe-
table, para el martes lo. da-
mayo se anuncia el pre-Estren
Especial de "La Isla del TesorSr
primera gran superproduccin
de Walt Disney con personajes
de carne y hueso, presentada
con todo lujo y en bello tech-
nicolor, y por ltimo para el
jueves 3 de mayo, se anuncia
el estreno regular de "Tres Se-
cretos". La pelcula llamada a
ser una dt las mejores de asta
ao. I


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IN SUa TALLERES SITUADOS EN ESTA CIUDAD. CALLE H. NO 67
LA CONFERENCIA DE CMARAS DE
COMERCIO
Para 1 martes ocho de Mayo est anunciada
la inauguracin de la Conierencia de Cmaras de
Comercio de America, la cual tendr lugar en la
ciudad de Panam.
Es oportuno anotar el hecho de que ltima"
mente nuestro pas viene sirviendo de sede de im-
portantes reuniones. En el mes de Marzo se realiz
aqu una Conferencia de Mdicos, en Abril una Con-
ferencia de la Esso Standard Oil, y como prximas
se han anunciado la de las Cmaras de Comercio
en Mayo y en Octubre la de la Cmara Interna-
cional de Jvenes Para Enero del otro ao se es-
t tratando de celebrar una reunin del Colegio
Americano de Cirujanos.
No cabe duda que el Hotel "E IPanam" cons-
tituye un magnfico aliciente para que en nuestro
pas tengan cabida sesiones internacionales de im-
portantes organismos. Y ello se ha puesto a prueba
en el curso de los pocos meses que lleva de inau-
gurado este prestigioso hotel.
La posicin geogrfica de Panam bien puede
determinar en el futuro que la mayor parte de es-
tas conferencias sean aqu. Por supuesto que se ha-
ce necesario que las autoridades nacionales y muni-
cipales estimulen hasta donde sea posible cualquier
iniciativa que tenga por'objetp una conferencia en
nuestra capital. Asimismo las entidades cvicas co-
merciales e industriales deben ponerse, de acuerdo
para cooperar en igual sentido.
Nadie puede negar los beneficios que derivara
Panam si se estableciera como norma, *ns o me-
nos generalizada, que este pas sea la sede de la
mayora de las reuniones que se celebren en el con-
tinente. Para el prestigio nacional ello sera muy
conveniente y para nuestra vida econmica muy
provechoso.
La experiencia de la prxima asamblea de C-
maras de Comercio de Amrica para la cual se es-
peran ms de cien delegados bien podra servir de
orientacin a fin de que en el futuro se puedan or-
ganizar en Pananti <***'* simNnw naturaleza
e importancia. At^L^H
Estallan bombas
lacrimgenas en
cuartel de polica
DETROIT, Abril 28 (UP) -
Ms de 75 bombas lacrimge-
nas estallaron en el stano d ,
la Jefatura de Polica de eoa :
ciudad, y los oficiales y agonies
policiales tuvieron que aban- \
donar sus oficinas derramando
lgrimas en abundancias.
El "ataque" ocurri en mo-
mentos en que un grupo de po-
licas estaba trasladando unas
cajas de bombas lacrimgenas
i,in' Iban a utilizarse en una
aemostracln de eficiencia d
a Polica local. Una bomba es-
tall accidentalmente, y en-
tonces se produjo "una reaccin
en cadena".
El Sargento Harry Reeves,
que diriga la "operacin" diio
que se hablan utilizado sufi-
cientes bombas para poner fir.
a un motn de importancia.
Dijo Reeves: "Las bombas co-
menzaron a estallar como si
fuera una ristra de cohetes. MI
prmer propsito fu coger el
ixtinguldor de Incendios y tra-
tar de sofocar aquello. Pero
cuando me vi casi ciego y sin
apenas poder respirar, compren-
d que lo mejor era batirse eii
retirada"-
EN EL PARASO ARGENTINO
Por RINCN
Era: La serpiente me ha dicho que eon eata fruta nos haremos eternos.
El "Nevadan" ha sido la nave
150 mil en cruzar el Canal

Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Recuerde la fantstica realizacin
que ofrece MI CASITA
Para Damas Nios Caball:-
Precios nunca vistos en Panam!
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y
Avenida Central 57
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UBfiRTARU DE MEL y ASTON FARAUDO P.
Directores Profesores
Cursos de Perito Comercial. Secretariado. Contabilidad,
Estenografa Graff, Mecanografa, Ortografa v Redaccin.
Aritmtica Comercial. Ingls.
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LAS CLASES COMENZARAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
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CONCURSO DE PRECIO?

La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda v Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta
Us diez en punto de la macana del da \1 *'">_ ''
ao en curso por el suministro de ALIMENTOS PARA
MMALES, para uso del FOMENTO AGRCOLA DE
( HIRIQL'I. ...
La* especificaciones sern entregada* a los interesa-
dos durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Jl'AN J. RODRGUEZ
Jefe de Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro
Panam, 26 de Abril de 1951.
Cuando el barco "Nevadan"
pago su peaje y transit el Ca-
nal de Panam durante esta
semana, se convirti en el 150,-
000o. navio comercial en pa-
trocinar el tan transitado Ca-
nal desde que se abri al co-
mercio mundial hace 37 aos.
En viaje rutinario de la costa
occidental a la oriental de los
Estados Unidos con" carga de
madera y cargamento general,
la nave de carga en cuestin
de 7,517 toneladas demor su
viaje en trnsito por el Canal
solo el tiempo necesario para
recibir un recuerdo que lo des-
taca por el distintivo numrico
en transitar dicho canal.
En una ceremonia breve a
bordo de la nave, el Gobernador
Interino Herbert D. Vogel, a-
compaado del Director de Ma-
rina, Capitn R. M. Peacher,
del Canal de Panam, presento
al Capitn F. H. Roberts del
barco 'Nevadan'- un certificado
Bue distingue a su nave como
el 150,000o. navio comercial do
300 tonelada* netas o mayor
que transita el Canal de Pana-
m.
Con esto, sigui el barco su
Jornada de ocho horas al tra-
vs de los lagos caneleros y
sus esclusas, del sector Paci-
fico al Atlntico, con rumbo a
su siguiente puerto.
Fue rutinario tambin el
trnsito de este buque de un
mar al otro, bajo la direccin
del personal mismo del Canal
de acuerdo con los principios
formulados por aquellos previs-
tos Ingenieros que construye-
ron el Canal hace casi medio
siglo.
El barco "Nevadan" que enar-
bola la bandera norteamerica-
na, pertenece a la American-
Hawaiian Steamship Company,
y es tipleo de los barcos de
carga de 46 naciones que han
utilizado el atajo del Canal en
sus rutas alrededor del mundo
desde su apertura el 15 de agos-
to de 1914.
La compaa American-Ha-
waiian es una de las firmas
ms antiguas dedicadas al co-
mercio de cabotaje de los Es-
lados Unidos y precisamente
fue uno de los primeros clien-
tes que el Canal tuviera.
Cuando orlginalme nte co-
menzare esta linea naviera en
los das aquellos de barcos de
vela, el viaje de la costa orien-
tal de los Estados Unidos a la
occidental tomaba de 90 120
das pasando por el Estrecho
de Magallanes,
Ms tarde se redujo este tr-
mino de tiempo al de 26 das
con el advenimiento de barcos
a vapor y el trasbordo de car-
ita por ferrocarril al travs del
Istmo mexicano de Tehuante-
pec.
Cuando se inaugur el Canal,
cuatro barcos de la compaa
American-Hawaiian esperaban
para transitarlo, lo cual hicie-
ron al dia siguiente, es decir,
el 16 de agosto de* 1914, acor-
tando asi el viaje de una cos-
ta norteamericana a la otra a
22 das.
El Nevadan" es el cuarto bar-
co bajo ese mismo nombre que
tiene la American-Hawaiian Li-
ne, y dicho nombre figur por
i primera vez en los anales de
trnsitos del Canal el 2& de
.septiembre de 1914.
Este total Incluye cantidades
I recibidas de 18,877 travesas he-
chas por barcos mercantes pe-
queos asi como de los obteni-
dos de 150,000 barcos en la
categora de 300 o ms. tone-
ladas que han transitado el Ca-
nal.
Exlate otro grupo crecido de
clientes martimos que han
transitado el Canal gratuita-
mente. Se trata de los barcos
de la propiedad de los gobier-
nos estadunidense, de Panam
y Colombia, asi como de aque-
llos barcos que transitan sola-
mente para someterse a repa-
raciones, los cuales no tienen
que pagar peaje por el uso
del Canal.
1 Canal ha sido siempre co-
mo un barmetro del comercio
mundial, y fue el ao ms ac-
tivo en se sentido el ao 1929
cuando 6.289 navios comercla-
lesfWaron peajes montados en
27,1X1,799 por el uso de esa. va
interocenica.
El Canal tambin refleja el
estado del mundo en otro mo-
do. El promedio en el movi-
miento de barcos que pagan
peaje a los que no pagan es
indicativo del negocio para el
Canal promovido por las con-
diciones blicas.
Antes de la Segunda Guerra
Mundial, el promedio de trn-
sitos de peajes gratuitos era del
8 por ciento del total del tr-
fico comercial martimo. Du-
rante la guerra esta cifra su-
bi a casi el 75 por ciento y
el ao pasado el 12 por cien-
to de travesas se hicieron sin
efectuar pagos de peaje.
Los Estados Unidos resulta
ser el mejor client* comercia;
de si mismo, ya que representa
alrededor de un 42 por ciento
de todo el trfico martimo co-
mercial que transita por el Ca-
nal.
Durante los ltimos aos, la
bandera panamea ha sido la
ms prominente entre aquellas
enarboladas por barcos en a-
guas del Canal. El ao pasa-
do, el nmero de barcos de
registro panameo ocup el
quinto lugar, precedido tan so-
lo por los Estados Unidos, Gran
Bretaa, Noruega y Honduras.
El Pres. Truman nombr la
delegacin que ir a k
toma de posesin de Somoza
Ser nio O nia?
El mistorio del sexo
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laiHee. fenicia can (andancia as-
Mr ioIo hijoi viron.i? Un trabar ah-
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.atea Mar. w deferiaiasKieei del --
.. d.l .a y MM, la aauMMaa-
da e)we la aera'* la cnr.cn a
tac padree al decidir a .oluniae al
mm de esa deeteadieaaee la eete
asew eeieeee da la reviste hay *
da 13 aflenla da l'an ..nadad a
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de M io.a culta y da carala ejae
descubr* ara vlei*e de M lepra.
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ala centre lea alacadaa a*' M tarr-
ala alafa M 'oda al pavada.
WASHINGTON, Abril 28-
iUSIS). El Presidente Tru-
man ha designado dos embaja-
dores, dos congresistas y dos
comandante en Jefe del rea
del Caribe para Integrar la de-
legacin a la Inauguracin de
!a administracin del Presiden-
te de Nicaragua, Anastasio So-
moza, acto que tendr lugar el
martes.
Capus M. Wynlclc, Embajador
en Nicaragua, ser el represen-
tante personal del Presidente y
Embajador Especial, asi como
el Jefe de la delegacin, dice
el enuncio.
F'etcher Warrtn, director de
la Oficina de Asuntos Surame-
riranos uel Departamento de
Es'.ado y ex-Embajcdor en Ni-
r-aivgua ser otro Embajador
Especial
I os dems njircbro! de la
delega;.'in sern:
Carl Hlnsna.-i, miembro de la
Cmara de Representantes por
el Estado de California.
Thurmond Chatham, miem-
bro de la Cmara de Represen-
tantes por el Estado de Caroli-
na del Norte.
Teniente General William H.
H. Morris Jr., jefe del Coman-
do del Caribe.
Rev. Joseph Francis Thor-
nlng, Editor Asociado de la re-
vista "World Affairs".
Phillip P. Williams, primer
secretarlo de la Embajada de
Fue una va Interocenica la
que por siglos Inspir sueos
y visiones antes que actual-
mente comenzara su construc-
cin, y despus de que los Es-
tados Unidos se hiciera cargo
de este prodigioso proyecto, ha-
bindolo adquirido de los fran-
ceses en el ao 1904, el vo-
cinglero nacional pblico es el
que supervis los detalles y las
muchas dificultades de la cons-
truccin del Canal.
Por ms que la posicin en
Importancia de este Canal an-
te el pblico americano tuvo
al fin que ceder ante otros des-
arrollos ms recientes al con-
vertirse en realidad el Canal,
su existencia de 37 aos al
servicio del comercio mundial
ha vindicado las visiones que
con tanta prevista se hicieron
y desde entonces ha quedado
aceptado como cosa hecha el
narrativo continuo de un xito
americano.
J. Rufus Hardy,
Representante de Prensa
los Estados Unidos en Nica-
ragua.
Coronel Samuel P. Walker Jr.,
Agregado Militar de la Emba-
jada de EE. UU. en Nicaragua.
Capitn Alvord John Greena-
cre, Agregado Naval y Areo
de la Embajada de EE. UU. en
Nicaragua.
Teniente Coronel Wendell L.
Bevan Jr., auxiliar del Agrega-
do Areo de la Embajada de
EE. UU. en Nicaragua.
Overton G. Ellis Jr., segundo
secretario de la Embajada de
EE. UU. en Nicaragua.
John L. Poppln. segundo se-
cretario de la Embajada de EE.
UU. en Nicaragua.
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LIBERTARIA G. DE COHN
Al finalizar el penltimo ao escolar pudimos darnos cuenta
de la admirable labor realizada per la Sra. Esther M. de Salas,
maestra de la Escuela Repblica de Venezuela, en el estudio y
tratamiento de sus nios. Entonces nos toc hacer comentarlos
y sugestiones a un Informe sure.
Este ao, la Sra. de Salas tuvo a su carro un grupo de alum-
nos ms adaptados al ambiente y ms estudiosos. Pero la maes-
tra pens/ con justa razn que muchos de ellos tendran pene-
nos problemas y que en algunos casos dichos problemas serian
causas de serlos trastornos en la integracin de la personalidad
de esos alumnos.
Con f poco comn y con la constancia de una verdadera
educadora, la Sra. de Salas inici el estudio de ese nuevo grupo.
Sus palabras revelan que a pesar de las dificultades encontra-
das, el trabajo pudo realizarse y que el xito coron el esfuerzo.
Su informe es un prueba ms de que al estudiar y tratar en for-
ma apropiada al alumnu se facilita el trabajo y se obtienen ma-
dores resultados.
Como pnede verse, la maestra ha tratado de conseguir la ma-
yor colaboracin de los mdicos y de otras personas para mejo-
rar las condiciones de sus alumnos. El estudio realizado le ha
hecho formar el propsito de conseguir para ellos una ms com-
pleta atencin dental v una ayuda oara facilitarles anteojos
los que lo necesitan. Las observaciones de carcter pedaggico,
fsicos v emocional v sobre deficiencias de la vista y del odo, le
han convencido de la relacin "que hay entre esas deficiencias y
un trabajo o una conducta irregular.
Al estudiar los contactos con la familia, ha podido apreciar
el perjuicio que causan los castigos demasiado severos que dan
ciertos padres a sus hijos, que los obligan muchas veces a men-
tir, a ser groseros y hasta a abandonar sn hogar.
La comparacin entre el trabajo realizado en los distintos
aos le ha permitido suponer en qu asignaturas tienen menos
capacidades, en qu pocas han rendido ms, con eul "maestro
ban hecho un trabajo.mejor y cuando han tenido asistencia ms
tegular.
Al hacer las observaciones de la vista de un alumno ha pe-
dido solicitar el examen del mdico, quien pudo constatar la de-
ficiencia de la vista. Ello permitir posiblemente, corregir el
carcter Irritable del alumno.
Los datos sobre ropa y azapatos han hecho pensar a la maes-
tra en la necesidad de que se estableaca el ropero escolar, ya que
hay nios enfermos (algunos han tenido pulmona) y que care-
cen de la ropa necesaria.
El examen mdico v el estudio de Us condiciones del hogar
de algunos nios han permitido ayudar a las madres y recomen-
dar a los nias para las colonias de verano.
Al comprobar la maestra que la mayor parte de esos alum-
nos viven en un cuarto, que carecen de un padre v de un hogar
completo, que necesitan una alimentacin mejor y ms abun-
dante v de que tienen otras muchas deficiencias, no slo ha tra-
tado de avudarlos sino que ha sido ms comprensiva y tolerante
con sus faltas. Esa flexibilidad y ese afecto a los alumnos ha
hecho el milagro. Los nios han cooperado y han podido avan-
zar en su propia v debida Integracin.__________________
Transporte de municiones de
la armada britnica explota
dejando saldo de 12 muertos
LONDRES. Abril 28 (UP)
El transporte de municiones de
la Armada Britnica "Bedcn-
ham" explot en la bahia ce
Gibraltar mientras se encon-
traba descargando municiones.
Testigos presenciales dicen qui-
la explosin produjo "una nu-
be parecida a la que produce
la bomba atmica".
Las paredes de los edificios
tn la orilla del mar se cayeron
y los vidrios de las ventanas ie
las casas de un enorme secor
saltaron en pedazos.
El "Bedenham" tenia un cut-
gamento de municiones, ha-
biendo salido de Plymouth en
Inglaterra hacia Gibraltar el
20 de Abril, y deba salir para
irialta maana. El barco se en-
contraba anclado a lo largo del
muelle en Gibraltar cuando o-
currl la explosin.
Las autoridades advirtieran
que es posible que ocurra u.'.r.
segunda explosin. Se clela
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bros- de la tripulacin, y varias
personas han resultado cortiles
con los vidrios de las ventanas
de los edificios en las cercanas
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Por tercera vez los paisanos en
Corea inician marcha hacia el sur
For William Chapman
SEL, Corea, abril 28 (UP
Hace dos horas estaba es
cuchando el estallido de la-
granadas y morteros comunis-
tas. Hace diez minutos logre
satisfacer uno de mis mayores
deseos: tomarme un helado de
melocotn.
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas y los paisanos corea-
no han emprendido la marcha
hacia el Sur, a travs de las
polvorientas carreteras y cami-
nos coreanos, por tercera vez
en esta guerra que comenz
hace diez meses.
En las horas de la madru-
gada del mircoles me un a
una columna que se diriga a
Sel. A una distancia, no muy
lejana, se escuchaban los esta-
llidos de las granadas comu-
nistas.
Al amanecer vi de nuevo el
xodo de paisanos coreanos que
habian regresado a sus des-
trozados hogares cerca del Pa-
ralelo 38 despus del victorioso
avance del 8o. Ejrcito aliado.
Para las mujeres, nios y
ancianos coreanos, todo ellos
veteranos de esta guerra, el to-
mar sobre sus hombros sus ca-
da vez ms escasas pertenen-
cias y emprender la .marcha
hacia el Sur, no es nada nuevo.
Ellos huyeron por primera vez
de los comunistas norcoreanos
el 25 de junio del ao pasado.
Volvieron a huir en enero pa-
sado, cuando las fuerzas co-
munistas chinas cruzaron por
primera vez el Paralelo 38.
Y ya se estn "organizando"
las grandes columnas de re-
fugiados en otra marcha ms.
Desde el "jeep" en que viaja-
ba pude verlos ancianos, mu-
jeres con nios a sus espaldas,
y otros cogidos de la mano pa-
ra caminar atravesando cam-
pos de arroz y caminos se-
cundarlos.
La Polica Militar mantiene
a los refugiados alejados de
las principales vas de abaste-
cimiento para impedir que di-
ficulten el trnsito de las tro-
pas y municiones.
Algunos refugiados, demasia-
do viejos para caminar por mu-
cho tiempo sin descansar, esta-
ban tendidos o sentados en los
campos reponiendo las fuerzas
para poder continuar alejndo-
se de las hordas rojas.
------------_
Merece ser citada la lucha
de los trabajadores de E.U.
por la libertad del mundo
WASHINGTON, Abril 28 -
lUSIS) La actuacin del o-
bi-erismo americano en la lucha
por la libertad y el mejoramij..-
io econmico de los trabajado-
res es descrita en dos articulo;
publicados en la ltima edition
Je la revista mensual de \A
Federacin Americana del Tru-
tajo. "The American Fede.a-
UonUt".
En un artculo intitulado "El
obrerismo y los asuntos exte-
riores", Philip Kaiser, Secreta-
rio Auxiliar del Trabajo, des-
cribe cmo las uniones obreras
americanas han dado apoyo
moral y material a sus colega*
de otros pases para fomentar
la Ubre organizacin.
El movimiento obrero ameri-
cano fu de los primeros en
palpar la ndole de la amena-
za del comunismo dirigido Jes-
de Mosc, indica Kaiser. En el
ao de 1920 la AFL resolvi o-
ponerse al totalitarismo rao
"mientras abogara y aplicara
la militarizacin del trabajo e
lmpidera la organizacin y 'm
clonamiento de los sindicatos
y el mantenimiento de una
prensa Ubre y de la libre ret-
.in", dice Kaiser.
George Meany, Secretario-"';-
sorero de la AFL, cita las ac-
tividades internacionales dtl o-
bierismo americano en un ar-
ticulo intitulado "La AFL y la
luilia por la libertad"-
Mace notar el autor de este
artculo que la AFL desempe-
actuacin vital para ayu-
dar al establecimiento de la
Confederacin Internacional de
Sindicatos Libres, una organi-
zacin mundial opuesta al 'to-
talitarismo y dedicada a fo-
mentar la libertad y el proge-
so entre los trabajadores de to-
dos los pases. Como tal. la
CISL. se opone a la Federacin
Mundial de Sindicatos, que i-
t dominada por los comuna-
tas.
"La CISL" ^expresa Veaiuy
"adquiere una creciente in-
fluencia en Asia, Africa, Euro-
pa, Amrica Latina y otras par-
les.- Estamos hacindole frente
a la federacin mundial de sin-
dicatos que dominan los comu-
nistas dondequiera que tensan
fuerza y estamos desterrai.Jo
mi influencia donde ella se ma-
nifieste".
Programa sorpresivo
del Teatro Central
despierta inters
Curiosidad e interjs ha der-
pertado entre los aficioandes
al Teatro por el Estreno Sor-
presivo" que anuncia el Teatro
Central, para el prximo Lui.es
en tanda de las 9 p.m. Los co-
mentarios favorecen la idea de
que ser mucho ms grata el
inesperado estreno, que cuanco
fe estren "Tres Secretos', la
cual llen de satisfaccin ple-
namente al numerpso pblico
c,ue asisti.
Estos estrenos "Sorpresivos"
son una modalidad que se abar-
ca de la rutina del negocio, y
que recin estn presentando
en otras ciudades importantes
El Partido Comunista de EE.UU.
es el ms fantico y
pel
Firmaron tratado de amistad
comercio y navegacin los
Gobiernos de E.U. y Colombia
Se considera fantstica
la idea de que el Senado
pueda enjuiciar a Truman
Leche
en polvo
VALLE
VERDE
salud
en polvo
la llaman
porque
nutre y
vitaliza !
la que a
todos
beneficia !
'AlLE VERO*
'-
VALLE
VERDE
Sobe mejor !
i-
Por GEORGE KENNEDY
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Abril (EPS>
"Escuchad, escuchad, escuchad!
El Senado de los Estados Uni-
dos est ahora reunido como
tribunal para residenciar al
presidente Harry S. Truman, a-
cusado por la Cmara de Re-
presentantes de altos crmenes
y delitos."
Suena esto fantstico? Real-
mente lo es. Pero ya se ha vis-
to que la destitucin del gene-
ral MacArthur por Truman ha
originado la idea de que algo
asi podra ocurrir. Los princi-
pales senadores republicanos,
reunidos en le oficina del re-
presentante Martin, Jefe de la
minoria de la Cmara, estuvie-
ron de acuerdo en que el Con-
greso deba investigar la con-
duccin de la poltica exterior
y las cuestiones militares por
la Administracin. Y algunos
agregan que se trat all tam-
La "fiebre del xodo" no pa-
reca haber llegado todava a
Sel, aunque ya los oficiales
norteamericanos haban cerra-
do el hotel Chosun, centro de
descanso de los soldados alia-
dos.
Un oficial dijo que era po-
sible que las fuerzas aliadas tu-
vieran que ceder ms terreno
y an hasta abandonar a Sel,
pues es mejor ceder terreno
que sacrificar las vidas de nues-
tros soldados".
En el hotel pude satisfacer mi
deseo: helado de melocotn, del
cua! quedaba un poco, y or los
comentarlos de los oficiales y
soldados que pocas horas an-
tea haban estado en el frente.
Un oficial dijo que haba no-
tado que los soldados "chi-
nos" que participan en la ac-
tual ofensiva son de mucha
mayor estatura y corpulencia
que los vistos en las filas ro-
jas hace poco.
bln de una posible acusacin
contra el Presidente.
Subsecuentemente, por su-
puesto, la mayara de loe legis-
ladores expresaron su convic-
cin de que la cuestin de re-
sidenciar a Truman era algo de
muy dudosa posibilidad en este
caso.
Para que la Cmara de Re-
presentante haga tal cosa, la
mayora de sus integrantes tie-
ne que decidir que hay eviden-
cias de que el Presidente ha co-
metido un crimen de tanta im-
portancia que debe ar jusgado
ante el Senado, y de que, como
ocurri en una ocasin, no tie-
ne derecho a seguir en el poder.
La Constitucin seala que
si llega el caso de Juzgar a un
Presidente, el senado deber
ser dirigido, en tal acto, por el
Presidente de la Corte Suprema
de Justicia y no por su propio
Presidente, que es el Vicepre-
sidente de los Estados Unidos,
actualmente Alben Barkley.
Y el precedente, que es aD-
soluto dictador en materias le-
gales, desiluclonaria a las ga-
leras, como fu el caso en 1868,
cuando Andrew Johnson fu a-
cusado: el Presidente no apare-
ce ante el Senado.
En el ao citado, la Cmara
aprob la acusacin, por 126
votos contra 47. Como era la
primera vez que el Presidente
era enjuiciado, la Cmara no
saba qu lenguaje emplear, y
adopt el de los Comunes, que
hable de "altos crmenes y de-
litos." Pero luego agreg una
frase ms conforme con la na-
turaleza de su dlspta con Jack-
son: "Usurpacin de poder.
Diez de los "delitos" de que
se le acus se basa en su desti-
tucin del secretarlo de gera
Edwin M. Stanton. La acusa-
cin, redactada por el represen-
tante Thaddeus Stevens de
Pensllvania, llamaba al Presi-
dente 'traidor, tirano, usurpa-
dor, apstata, ebrio, asesino,
Nern y Torquemada."
El juicio se inici el 6 de
marzo, bajo la presidencia del
"Chief Justice" Salmon P. Cha-
se. El Presidente, que perma-
neca en la Casa Blanca, estu-
vo representado por seis abo-
gados encabezados por el Pro-
curador General. Henry Stan-
berry.
Ben Butler, ti acusador, de-
demostr la fuerza de un toro
y una falta total de Inhibicio-
nes. Chase seal log preceden-
tes, que haran ms difciles la
defensa de un Presidente en
periodos de intensa emocin.
El general W. T. Sherman fu
llamado como testigo por la de-
fensa y se le hicieron pregun-
tas que, de haber sido contes-
tadas, habran echado por tie-
rra'la acusacin de que el Pre-
sidente habla Intentado apode-
rarse del control del ejercito
para imponerse al Congreso.
Pero los acusadores pidieron
que no se contestara a tales
preguntas. La Cmara aprob
tal peticin. Los enemigos de
Johson no pudieron reunir la
mayora de dos tercios que era
necesaria para que el Presiden-
te fuera condenado.
El ltimo caso importante de
*sta ndole fu el de Warren
Hastings, un funcionarlo Ingls,
que hizo memorable la elocuen-
cia de Edmund Burke. Fu in-
teresante, especialmente, por
que sent el precedente que
luego fu seguido en otros ca-
sos. En el de Johnson, el Sena-
do llev a cabo cuatro votacio-
nes. En Mayo 26 el Intento de
condenarle fu abandonado. El
Presidente fu salvado por sie-
te senadores contrarios, repu-
blicanos, ue desertaron de la
decisin partidarista para ab-
solver a Johnson.
WASHINGTON. Abril 28 -
iUSIS) Colomola y los Li-
tados Unidos han firmado un
iratado de amistad, comercie
y navegacin, en el cual se ei-
ablece una serie de principios
avanzados como base para las
i elaciones culturales y econ-
micas entre los dos pases.
El Embajador Eduardo Zuleta
ngel firm por Colombia, y
por los Estados Unidos lo hi-
zo el Secretario de Estado, Dean
Acheson.
"La celebracin de este tra-
tado destaca las relaciones c'!e
vez ms estrechas de vecinos
erftre Colombia y los Estados
Unidos", dijo un vocero del De-
partamento de Estado. Otras
pruebas recientes de esta estre-
cha cooperacin son, dijo, e
envo de una fragata colombia-
na a Corea y de un contine.-
ti apreclable de tropas que pres
larn servicio con las fueizas
de las Naciones Unidas all-
El nuevo tratado reemplazn,
en gran parte, un pacto de 104
ios Abarca un extenso radio
de asuntos, en resumen, ambos
gobiernos convienen:
1. En tratar a los'ciudadanos
|y corporaciones de las paitas
contratantes en el territorio de
cada una de ellas como a U
suyos propios, con respecto a
las empresas convencionales de
comercial, industiral y cult..!;
2. Respaldan formalmente tas
normas legales y constituciona-
les que rigen la proteccin de
las personas, sus propiedades e
intereses;
8. Reconocen la necesidad Je
RECUERDE ESTA FECHA!
ABRIL 30
GRAN VENTA ESPECIAL en
ZIG-ZAG
Avenida Control 108
igroso
As io hace saber
el Director del
FBI. Edgar Hoover
WASHINGTON, Abril 28 'UP)
El Director de Bureau Fede-
ral de Infestlgaclones iFBI), J.
Edgar Hoover, al rendir te^t:-
monlo ante el Sub-Comltc de
apropiaciones del Senado, dijo
que el Partlco Comunista de Es-
tados Unidos es el centro de un
movimiento subversivo mucho
mqs peligroso y ms fantico
c,ue cualquier grupo pro-nazi do
la segunda guerra mundial.
Dijo que "nay pruebas abru-
madoras sobre el carcter" uc
conspiracin del Partido Co.r.u-
.lsta. el cual est buscando a-
niqullar todos los derechos de
libertad asx como todos los de-
rechos civiles".
Hoover dijo que el nmero
de miembros del Partido Comu-
nista ha sido reducido, pero (,ue
eso no quere decir que el par- i
tido se est desintegrando Di-
jo que el Partido Comunista, de
04,174 miembros que tena el
ao pasado se ha reducido i
43,217 hasta el 31 de Diclemtn
de 1950.
Hoover explic que des;
que los dirigentes del PartlJi
Comunista fueron juzgado
condenados en Nueva York, e
partido 'comenz una tarea t'
limpieza" dentro de sus filas
Dijo que el Partido Com:,
ta ha instalado "tribunales di
lealtad" dentro de su pru;i'.:
organizacin para as poui;
cuena de quines son los ni^r
mantes y miembros del FBI cj'
se encuentran dentro de sus f
las. En esta forma, el Parti'
Comunista est tratando de
lecclonar a los "buenos cc.ii _
instas con quienes pueden con"
tar para obedecer instruccin^.
ciegamente.
I^ea "El Aviso Oportuno'
&&*&%$&
MUNDO ENTERI
atencin especial para estimu-
lar las Inversiones para el fo-
mento econmico;
4. Reafirman su adhesin 8
os principios de no descriinl-
nacln con respecto al comer-
cio y la navegacin.
DISDI COCA
HASTA TODAS LAS
GION11 OIL MUNDO 1
Ayude a suJUmorranas
I Mono almorrana! qn* eauaa*
eomean, hemorragia, almorrana* ia-
t*rna* o *xtrnaa, na aufra 9 da nao
in probar I Chinara*. En poco* minu-
to* al Chinarol" principia a combatir
ua almorrana! do trti mantras:
t. Calma el dolor y la cometn. 2. Ayu-
da a encoger loo tejido* adoloridos o
Inflamados. I. Ayuda a cicatrizar loa
aiembranaa Irritada*. Solicita ai
Chinaraid en *u botica boj mtama.
Est atento
a la GRAN VENTA ESPECIAL de
Madurito
para el 2 de Mayo
GANGAS Precios fantsticamente rebajados !
ZlNG ACANALADO ARMCO
DE LA MEJOR CALIDAD
2'x6' y 2'xo'
A. J. ALFARO
Distribuidor Armco
Telfono 2-1045 Avenida Norte No. 87 Apartado 1211
Vo e M
que el SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA segura lae vidas
de los empleados de cualquier compaa, los miembros de
asociaciones, entidades cvicas, clubes, sindicatos, coope-
rativas, etc., ofreciendo en esta forma adecuada proteccin
tanto a los patronos como a los obreros y el pblico?
Por eso el SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA es comparado
a la corteza de los rboles que no slo ofrecen proteccin
a estos, sino que, desde tiempos bblicos, han sido con-
vertidas en materiales que ofrecen a el hombre seguridad
y confort.
B\NNA
Las tarifas del SEGURO COLECTIVO DE VIDA
son sumamente econmicas.
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIRNTI
SBADO. ABRIL M. INI
Ms de setecientas personas atiende la Jira Mdica
Se intensifica la produccin de copra
El comercio de la copra se ha intensificado poderosamente
' en todo I pais, como resultado de la lev que impidi la im-
', portacin de la copra y qeu automticamente aumento el
precio del producto. Esta vista fu lomada en Colon, donde
secan el coco al sol.
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Se pide la urgente ayuda de
los mdicos herreranos para
atender a todos los pacientes
En David los ratero? desafan
a miembros de la polica
en forma descarada y agresiva
DAVID. Abril 27 (Correspon-
sal) Una ola de roboa man-
Uene a los habitantes de esta
ciudad en constante zozobra.
Algunos de estos ban sdo tan
descarados que sus autores han
ciejado esquelas alusivas a las
autoridades encargadas de las
vigilancia. No obstante la r-
llela Secreta logr detener ayer
a los autores de un robo en
casa del conocido comerciante
de esta plaza Lorenzo Caparro-
so. Los detenidos responden al
nombre de Bernardo Jimnoz.
Gregorio Herrera y otro cono-
cido con el nombre de 'El Ki-
lslfo".
La Secreta ha lograd* ob-
tener datos Interesantes rela-
cionados con este y otros robc3
ocurridos en establecimientos
comerciales de esta ciudad y se
espera logren recuperar siquier?
parte de la mercanca robada.
PUNTOS Of VISTA
HORIZONTALES:
1Composicin musical.
6Arbitro en el juego de
billar, Inv.
11Fornidos, fuertes.
12Aljaba.
14Instituto Provincial. Inic.
15Dolor fsico o moral, Inv.
17Del verbo reir.
18Letra griega.
20Pura, simple, Inv.
22Ciudad de Ablslnia.
23Semilla oleaginosa.
25Pabelln de los oidos.
27Letra castellana.
28Clase de perro.
30Terminacin de diminutivo.
31Gobernante turco.
32Que hace tabacos.
35Desembocadura de un ro
en el mar.
37...Kiu, archipilago
japons.
38Desmentir.
41Contraccin.
42Del verbo manar.
44Recibidor.
45Ligero.
47Autillos.
49Cabeza de ganado.
50Ahila.
52Fluido imponderable.
54Repetido, ser querido.
55Que canta.
57Fertilizar.
59Tejidos muy fuertes.
60Legislador de Atenas.
VERTICALES:
1Animal que se arrastra,
Dialecto provenzal.
3Ro de Francia, -Inv.
4Regala.
8Guarida de los osos.
6Escuela Comercial, Inlc.
7Ocano.
8Del verbo irisar.
9Del verbo ojear.
10Torta antillana de harina
de yuca.
11Brilla trmulamente.
13Tortuga de mar.
18Breve espacio de tiempo.
19Emolumento anual.
21Lista de comidas, galicismo.
24Organizacin de Naciones
Americanas. Inic.
28Ciudad de Espaa.
29Resultado del trabajo o de
la accin.
31Remar.
33Indio antillano.
34Igual al 49 horizontal.
35Traspasar el agua algn
cuerpo Inv.
36Contrario a la ley.
39Natural de Alemania.
40Medir con el rasero.
42Sanda.
43Cartas de la baraja
espaola.
46Zumo de uva fermentado.
48Grasa de ciertos animales.
51Altar.
53Lista o catlogo.
56El primero.
58Negacin.
Murrios o* \

MWK UNHIJ
lBU UEdU UIJUM
lil'l'j OUO UI4UU
I ll'L'LK UUUMlilU
UliUlJU L'fcJU UUt
KlJIdlJ kilShl ijHLiU
Ml'iUK MMM
Tiene la Palabra Preslvluu
Sorlsl
PACORA, Abril 27 (Corres-
ponsal Especial) No obsUa-
le el fingido empeo de admi-
nistraciones pasadas por pro-
veer a Pacora de un moderno
acueducto y suplir asi el gia\e
problema del agua que tanto
tiempo atrs viene contemplan-
do este Corregimiento tan in-
mediato a la Capital y tan fre-
cuentemente visitado por tiuic-
tas que ven en l un verdadero
recreo an no se ha hecho na-
da, Al iniciar sus labores la
nueva administracin presidida
por 8. E. Dr. Arnulfo Arlas M
se crey que se cristalizara Un
bello sueo, pero no ha pasauo
de su origen, an se encuenda
aqui el tanque trado dos ao;
en el mismo sitio, al sol y agua,
pronto ser deteriorado por la
inclemencia del tiempo-
Da. horror ver el agua que se
loma, mezcla de lodo y Mc-j,
milagrosamente no se registran
a menudo serlos casos de epi-
demia, como lo amanlfestara
cierto tcnico del Ministerio de
Previsin Social cuando se ne-
v una botella de esta agua
para ser examinada.
Cuando los campos militares
ubicados en el rea de Pacora,
fueron evacuados, se prometi
que todo el material consisten-
te en tuberas y similares, sena
utilizado para el acueducto, ya
que ningn lugar como ste su-
fri tantas Impertinencias du-
rante la permanencia de los c-
Jrcltos militares mencton.aUor.
pero como todo es asi, se Car-
g con todo este material pa-
ra Chepo y otros lugares dd
interior, no dndosele a Paco.a
nada; ante tamaa injusticia
se protest pero nuestro gri'.u
de protesta se perdi en el va-
cio sin resultado alguno.
Tiene la palabra S. E. la Sra.
Ministro de Trabajo Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica si es clr
to como dice esa dependencia
del Gobierno, hoy a su caigo.
esta empeada en la salud J1
pueblo.
Los Agricultores de Villalobos piden
ttulos de Patrimonio Familiar
Invitado por los agricultores
de Villalobos, Distrito de Juan
Diaz, el seor Manuel C. Cal-
vez Berrocal, Jefe del Departa-
mento del Patrimonio Familiar,
se ha interesado grandemente
por el progreso y adelanto que
presentan las plantaciones de
ios mencionados a g r cultores.
Sin embargo, se nos informa
que los moradores de Villalo-
bos* claman por la concesin de
ttulos de patrimonio familiar
y que ya han dirigido al se-
or Presidente de la Repbli-
ca, memorial en el sentido de
que se les conceda esa. peti-
cin. Estos progresistas agri-
cultores, cuyo nmero ascien-
de a la respetable cantidad de
casi cien famlllaa, aspiran a
que se les parcelen los terre-
nos que hasta el presente per-
tenecen al Banco Nacional. Es-
ta entidad ha Informado a los
moradorea de Villalobos que en
efecto podra llegarse a una
transaccin con el gobierno na-
cional en el sentido de que ob-
tenga los mencionados terre-
nos para su parcelacin y con-
cesin de ttulos de patrimonio
familiar.
Maana se inaugura Congreso
de las Cmaras de Jvenes de
toda la Repblica enPenonom
las sesiones sern presentadas
ponencias de trascendencia na-
cional. Los juniors de Penono-
m estn adelantando gestio-
nes para el mayor xito del
congreso. El sbado en la no-
che habr un gran tambor de
orden en homenaje a los Ju-
niors visitantes. Es notorio el
entusiasmo por el mencionado
congreso Junior.
PENONOME, abril 28. (Co-
rresponsal). El sbado 28 y
el domingo 20 de abril se ce-
lebrar en Penonom un Con-
greso Nacional de Cmaras Ju-
niors, al cual asistirn delega-
clones de las cmaras de la
ciudad de Panam, de Coln,
David, Arraljn, Las Tablas,
Chitr y Santiago de Veraguas.
Se ha elaborado un magnfico
programa para la ocasin y en
Absolvieron a una persona que
juzgaron por homicidio en el
Tribunal Sup. dfe Penonom
En el Tribunal Superior del
Segundo Distrito Judicial, con
asiento en la ciudad de Peno-
nom, tuvo lugar el 12 de los
corrientes, la audiencia pbli-
ca relativa al enjuiciado por
el delito de homicidio, Alejan-
dro Montenegro Lpez en la
persona de Juan Antonio Fras,
en el casero de La Trinidad
del Municipio de Pes del Cir-
cuito de Herrera, en la madru-
gada del dia 24 de abril de
1949.
El acto fue presidido por el
Magistrado, seor Agustn Jan
AIP AR A rMa PELE
areifa t i? i y i r
La Flema del Asma
Disuelta Desde el
Primer Dia
W Aima 7 la. Braaajuitla con ras
.usa dsaaaparantaa J violantes, anra-
nanan l orf anl.ima, mlnn la snsrgla,
arruina la aalu4 y lilla al ara-
On. En poco tlampo Maasca, la pr-
cripcldn da un famopo mdfco, comi-
enza a circular o la sanara dominan -
do rpidamente loa ataques. Dead* el
primer da comienza a disolverse la
flama causa da lea atiofoa. Esta pro-
duce rasplraclon fcil. Todo lo quo
I haca talla as tomar tabletee de Mtn-
, dase, que aen afredables, an las coml-
< das. La cdori ea muy rpida a*n
' cuando so trata do caaos rebeldes y
, antiguos. Mendsce ha tenido tanto
I xito ofracler.no a loa pacientes
| respiracin libra y fcil an H horas.
I Pida Mtndaco en cualquier farras-
, cia hoy mismo y vea io bien qua dor-
mir esta ocha y cunto major sa
Mcndaco n..4
The Chase National Bank
f the City of New York
Total de recursor, ms de B/. 5283,000,000.00
Transoccior.es Bancorias en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN SALtOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
\o$ E*p*cwlhumo$ en el Financiamiento de
hnportarionet y Exportaciones
Arosemena, el Fiscal por el se-
or Jos Isabel Collado y la
defensa, por el seor Luis Ma-
riano Diaz. Y el tribunal de
jurados lo compusieron los se-
orns: Emiliano Herrera, Cons-
tantino Rodrguez, Jos de la
Cruz Vsduez, Olmedo Moreno
y Pedro R. Moreno.
Segn el proceso, la vctima
primero ri a machete con un
hermano del enjuiciado Monte-
negro Lpez. Y poco despus,
ste fue atacado con un co-
llins por Juan Antonio Fras,
muriendo ste en el ataque. El
Fiscal pidi la condena. El De-
fensor aleg la legitima de-
fensa, resultando abauelto a las
12 de la noche.
Corresponsal
Asociacin federada
de Divisa eligi su
Junta Directiva
La Asociacin Federada de la
Escuela Nacional de Agricultura
escogi directiva en la siguien-
te forma: secretario general,
Mario Valds; de organizacin.
Reyes Oraziani; finanzas, Luis
Araz A.; relaciones y coordi-
naciones, Florencio Camao;
actas y correspondencia, Mario
Fumarola; prensa y propagan-
da, Csar A. Cajar; secretario
de actos sociales y deportivos,
Ernesto Prez.
En psimo estado
se encuentra una
va en Coln
COLON, abril 17. .
En psimas condiciones se en-
cuentra la carretera de Mos-
quera n el Corregimiento de
Palmas Bellas. Agentes compra-
dores de banano informaron a
este Corresponsal que la ca-
rretera de Mosquera se halla
en malas condiciones por los
numerosos baches que se estn
formando en la misma debido
a las constantes lluvias, que
imposibilitan el trfico en la
importante via.
Fuimos informados por ti Sr.
Frank Wood, persona que tie-
ne grandes camiones para ser-
vicio de su negocio, que si el
Gobierno le autoriza el trans-
porte de las piedras necesarias
para la carretera, l se com-
promete hacer el acarreo.
LE PICA?
ua cabisr El cuerpo? En los pies? Ha
aorroidti? Pas si le pica o le arde, ei
lend* sea, ntele PIOJlNA. Piojins calas
neszoaes, srdorei y erupcionrS; deitruyi
>srisitos en Is esbers y otras partee del
aerea; cicatriza ampollas j rsjaduras r
- oies. Compr: PI JIA ri I- r-
LAS MINA!, Abril 27 (Corres-
ponsal) Ayer a la una de la
tarde sigui a Oc la carav_na
mdica asistenclal despus de
haber antendldo aqu ms de
cuatroelentaa personas.
COMUNICADO NUMERO l
Hemos trabajado tres dias en
el pueblo de LOS POZOS, in
donde fuimos recibidos con g/on
simpata. Con los compaeros
ya citados en el comnlcauo
nmero uno, ha continuado con
nosotros el seor Moiss Rodr-
guez, Presidente de la Federa-
cin Herrerana, quien ha de-
mostrado gran entusiasmo y
voluntad de trabajo. Espont-
neamente se ha unido a nues-
tra Jira el universitario Erardo
Humberto Amores, natural de
Santiago de Veraguas, qulf-n
vino especialmente de su ciu-
c.ad natal para colaborar como
farmacutico. Adems, los den-
tistas Doctora Las tenia Vla-
rreal, seores Carlos Hermoso.
Vctor Aparicio y saturnino ito-
drguez, han respondido al lla-
mado del pueblo de Herrera.
A pesar de nuestros fervientes
deseos para atender a centena-
Eligi Directiva
en Penonom la
Cmara de Jvenes
PENONOME, abril 28. (Co-
rresponsal). La Cmara de
Jvenes ele Penonom, afiliada
a la Junior Chamber Interna-
tional, eligi anoche la directi-
va de la entidad para 1951-1952.
Como presidente de la C-
mara result electo el Licencia-
do Marcelino Jan, integrando
el resto de la directiva el doc-
tor Federico Rodrguez Emllla-
nl, primer vlce-presldente, don
Agustn Jan y Jan, segundo
vice-presidente, tesorero don Al-
fonso Jan y Jan, secretario
don Juan de Dios Herrera, fis-
cal Simen C. Cont, vocales
don Marcial E. Caries y don
Virgulo Tejeira.
La Cmara de Jvenes de
Penonom est laborando te-
soneramente a ver de lograr la
construccin de un cmodo y
moderno Ciclo Secundarlo que
satisfaga las aspiraciones edu-
cacionales de esta vasta sec-
cin del pals. La nueva dlrec,
tlva tomar posesin el 8 de
mayo prximo en acto alusivo
y solemne.
Demolern local
donde funcionaba
planta elctrica
COLON, abril 27. (RCS1.
Por constituir amenaza al p-
blico, ser demolido el anexo
donde funcionaba la planta e-
lctrica de El Escobal.
El seor don Jos D. Basan,
Alcalde del Distrito, inform en
la maana de ayer que habla
impartido orden al Corregidor
para que demoliera el anexo
de la casa en donde operaba
la planta porque constitua una
amenaza al pblico.
En vista que el material de
la misma no beneficia en na-
da al Municipio, asimismo se
autoriz al mencionado corre-
gidor para que lo incinere, pero
muchas personas han manifes-
tado que seria mejor entregar
los pedazos de madera y zinc a
persona alguna del citado lugar
y que sta se comprometa a
limpiar el lote en donde estaba
el edificio construido.
res de personas que perentoria-
mente necesitan asistencia m-
dica, mucha no a han beneU-
clado de nuestros servicios, put
moterlalmente es eompletanui.
te imposible que un solo mdico
ptfeda realliar esta labor. An-
siosos aguardamos la coopera-
cin de otros colegas, singular-
mente la de lo* herreiinos, u
cuyos recuerdos debe vibrar to-
dava el dolor y la miseria do
estas campaas, en donde se
form todo el caudal emocio-
nal de sus vidas.
. 312 personas recibieron asi-
lencia mdica.
Fueron eliminados cuatrocien-
tos focos dentarlos-
Fueron estudiados ventlclnco
jefes de familia.
..Medicamento* consumidos.
Antipaldicos: 150 comp. da
"Araln" de 0.10 gmos. Antli.-
rasltarlos Intestinales: 800 pes-
ias de Hexllresorclnol de c.20
gmos. lo que representa trata-
mientos para 130 personas. 150
tratamientos de quenopodlo pa-
ra nios.
Antlanmllos: 8000 tabletas da
oulfato ferroso de 0825 guies.
Antibitico*: 15 inyeccionei de
penicilina procaina de 400030
unidades
Sulfamidas: 100 comp. de sui-
Umerazina y 5 de sulfadiasu;*
Vitamnicos: 180 perlas de co.;i-
plejo "B". Patentados y fr-
mulas magistrales: 185 unida-
dea Otra* Inyecciones: 35.
Adems, se hizo labor de di-
vulgacin sanitaria repartica-
dx> nomerosos panfletos y fo-
lletos, charlas informales c*c.
Antes de terminar no* puco
mencionar la efectiva colabo-
racin que nos prest en e.-t
localidad el inspector sanita-
rio seor Ezequlel Rodrigue*.
Jira Medie* Asistenclal
Los Pozos, 31 de Abril de. 1VU
Fortalzcase lomando el
irn Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Tome ahora y siempre una copta
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!
Est atenta
licrojM, ana...
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rawrv^lo HOY
tefrado
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Prot* ti pecho y I. aa>
Glda con VapoRub.
a accione, tic cala-
plasma y de vapora*
ayudan a aflojar larBe-
aaa, aliviar la cengetv
ian,y
la tea.
2*3
ISVapoRub
EL CLUB DE GOLF DE PANAMA, S. A.
ANUNCIA
Que a partir del Jactes, 3 de May* de 1*51, .frecer a
lai Seara* de lo* sacie* el club, un T pr*e*did* de un
Juego de Cartas, los Jueves de cada Semana, desde las
t it la tarde en adelanta.
LA GERENCIA
Est atento
q la GRAN VENTA ESPECIALe
Madurito
para el 2 de Mayo
Gang t Precios fintscamivete rebajados !
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Pag* 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B.5.00
Efecta*** operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
prisaera* hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsito* semanales de I/.0.25; i/.O.SO; B',1.00
y i/.S.OO, por un perodo d* cuarentiooho (44)
emanas.
Oficinas ransm: Ave. Central jnlan en Calta "T
Oficias* *n Coln: Calle del Frente **ulna *ea Cali* <*
HORAS:
a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De ROUX,
Administrador
CARLOS M0UYNES V.
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Apartas* 1S4
Maana Dominio 29 Se abril a las seis de la tarde, contrae-
rn matrimonio en el Santuario de Cristo Rey. la distinguida .y
culta seorita Anrllca Sanidas Aloedo, hija del 8r. Don Nicolas
anidas y Sra. doa Cecilia Alcedo de Sanidas, con el apreciado
caballero seor don Carlea A. Kadets, hijo del Sr. don Charlee
S. Kadets (q.e.p.d.) y Sra. doa Matilde Illueca vda. de Kadets.
La noria lucir una elefante -creacin en satn francs, con
adornas vaporeaos de tul de nylon y con sutiles aplicaciones de
una iinsima organaa, que realiaran la belleaa y el donaire de la
ansia, l'na corana de asahares de cuyos bordes se desprende un
tul da ilusin, rodear su bello rostro, todo importado directa-
mente de la distinguida casa de modas de la ciudad de Bogot,
"La Casa de la Noria", cuya duea, doa Isabel Restrepo de Car-
bonell, se especializ en Paris, en la confeccin de ajuares de no-
*ia.
Apadrinarn la boda adems de los padres de loa novios, el
Lie. Juan J. Illueca v doa Ana D. de Illueca; don Franklin Ro-
lando Guerrlni, Cnsul General de Panam en Barranquilla y
doa Olea Sanidas de Guerrlni; don Jos M. Sosa y daa Alber-
tina D. de Sosa; don Samuel Ramos R. y doa Lula Sanidas de
Ramos; don Rolando Linares, Inspector General de la Polica Se-
creta Nacional v doa Ana de Linares; don Toms Guardia, Int.
Jefe de ta Carretera Interamericana y doa Angela F. de Guar-
dia; don Fernando Roy* y doa Berta Linares de Royo; don En-
ique Burrell y doa Teresa Damin de Burrell; don Donald C.
Grefe y doa Grace B. de Grefe; don Rubello Quintero y do&a
Hilda pisa vda. de Quintero.
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' El cortejo nupcial lo compondr la bella y distinguida Srta.
Rebecca Sanidas. quien ser la dama de honor, acompaada del
i sjTeciado caballero don Jos Salvador Muos. Regar flores al
j Sal* da la novia, la preciosa nilta Drusilla Karlca y sostendrn
la cela las encantadora niitas Indra Karica y Nilka Almendrl.
Llevar los anillos le nio Jos M. Sosa y las arras sern parla-
das por el niito Franklin R. Guerrlni Jr. La marcha nupcial
r cantada por la bella vos de la Srta. Carmen Cantadlo, acom-
paada por las Hnas. Prisolll Filos al rgano, y Helian Filos al
violin con el caballero Guillermo Rodrigues. Despus de la cere-
monia religiosa, los padres de la novia agasajarn a las invita-
dos eon una elegante recepcin en su residencia. Esa misma no-
(he, partirn los novios hacia Buenos Aires, Argentina, en donde
pasarn su luna de miel a las orillas de Mar del Plata. A su
regreso, visitarn otros pases entre ellos Ecuador y Pera.
*<$ Tel. 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG
Caite a. No. 1
LOS NUEVOS CURSOS COMIENZAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
Estenografa y Mecanografa an espaol ingls,
o Contabilidad Redaccin o Ingle*
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
U Un&Wi, mfi&faird* u ai*,/
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PRIMERA CALIDAD
SOLO m/.lQ 215-"*
A.L sontaoo A PUAZOS pqb C<-VJ
MUEBLERIfl
Recibo en la Legacin de Italia
8.E. el Ministro de Italia en
Panam seor Alexandre Rosae
Desandr y seora tendrn el
Eilacer de recibir a la colonia
tallana residente en Panam,
maana domingo de II a.m. a
1 p.m. en la Sede de la Lega-
cin, situada en la Av. Psr
NO. 68.
Alntuert* en el Golf
Para agasajar a la seora Vi-
van Mann Davis, quien proce-
dente de California se encuen-
tra pasando varios dias en Pa-
nam, el seor Roberto Jimnez
y seora Ana Q. de Jimnez
ofrecieron hoy un almuerzo en
el Club de Golf.
Buffet
El Dr. Pedro Enrique Brln y
seora lisie P. de Brln ofrecie-
ron anoche un buffet en au re-
sidencia, a) cual asisti un gru-
po de sus amistades.
sSiAra5!',IA CORONA DE HIERRO"
de Diaz Gmez.
Cumpleaos de Hov
Seora Dora A. de Ajrlas
Seora Martina D. d Boyd.
Seora Dora B. de Porras
Seor Hernn Porras
Seor Manuel Felipe Rodri-
guez.
Nio Jaime Eduardo Snchez
Garrido.
Nio Lawrence Shewnlng F-
bresa.
Wla Dayra Isabel de la Ossa.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Buffet
Para despedir a la seora Ma-
ria Ofelia de Rodrguez Lendlan,
quien regresa prximamente a
La Habana, el seor Octavio
Mndez G., y seora Marina P.
de Mndez ofrecen esta noche
un buffet en su residencia.
Matrimonio
Vega Mndez-Sanchl*
Con la Bendicin de Su Santi-
dad el Papa Pi XII, en la Ba-
silica de San Pedro en Roma,
uni sus destinos el mircoles 23
del presenta mes, la seorita
Cornelia Sanchlz, al Profesor
Demstenes Vega Mndez, Cn-
sul de Panam en Genova. En-
tra otros, actuaron como padri-
nos 8.E. el Ministro de Panam
en Italia, Dr. Jos Peret y seo-
ra. Formulamos votos muy sin-
ceros por la eterna felicidad de
los contrayente*.
Compromiso de Matrimonio___
Durante una ceremonia pri-
vada, contrajeron ayer compro-
miso matrimonial la seorita
Elosa Prados, hija de) seor
Luis E. Prados, con el caballero
Orlando Antonio Mocci, hijo del
seor Antonio Moccl y seora
Cristina de Mocci. Los felicita-
mos cordlalmente.
De te* Estad** Unido*
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida al Gobernador
de la Zona del Canal. Brigadier
General Francis H. Kewcomer,
quien regres hoy de Washing-
ton.
Regreso d Texas en donde se
encontraba en viaje de negocios
el seftor Antonio M. Arlas. Lo
saludamos.
De Cuba
Saludamos atentamente al
Dr. Octavio Mndez Perelra,
quien regres ayer de La Haba-
na por la via area.
Para Europa
Siguieron en dias pasados pa-
ra Europa la seora Maria Elena
O. d* de la Guardia y su. hija,
seorita Rita de la Guardia.
Muy fells viaje les deseamos.
Para te* Estada* Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
seora Rosa de la Esprlella de
Smith, quien sigue hoy para
Carolina del Norte en donde pa-
sar una temporada visitando a
sus hijos seor Hershel J. Miller
y seora Alice S. de Miller.
Para Centro Amrica
Despedimos a la seora Ernes-
tina D. di Castellanos quien si-
gui hoy para San Salvador a
reunirse con su esposo, seor
Julio Castellano, Gerente de
una empresa peliculera en di-
cha ciudad.
Aniversaria S* Matrim*ni*
Cumplen en esta fecha ocho
aos de casados el HD. Alfreda
Alemn Jr. y seora Olga A. d
Alemn. Los felicitamos.
Enfermos
Se encuentra recluida en la
Clnica San Fernando la nia
Betsey Novey de la Guardia.
Ojal mejore pronto.
Abandona el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la nia Maru-
ja Arlas Garca de paredes,
quien abandon boy ka Clnica
San Fernando.
Cuanto ms tana
el .ive -
I .icio mas ,
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C.mtn
li-IH,
*-H,W
Seora Luisa C. de Burgos
Seora Lola M. de Teejira
Seora Aurelia G. de vsquez
Seor Roberto Lpez Fbrega
Nia Cherryl Talley Aroseme-
na.
Nio Juan Ramn Dolando Jr.
RELIGIOSAS
Parroquia de San Francisco
(Capital) La Escuela Nocturna
de Empleadas que rige en esta
Iglesia de San Francisco Capital
comenzar su matricula el dfa
2 de Mayo a las p.m, en la
entrada del Colegio Javier.
Cuatro .son los grados que en
esta Escuela se ensean, cuya
matricula es enteramente gra-
tis, asi como su enseanza. Todo
esto gracias a las abnegadas y
generosas Maestras que con sus
sacrificios y sus Instrucciones
(irocuran con todo empeo dar
a Instruccin debida a estas
pobres empleadas. Todas las
noches de 7.30 a 130 se les ins-
truye en ciencias ms ele-
mentales; pero sobre todo en la
religin. Ellas son las primeras
en Inculcarles estas buenas ideas
y trabajan a las que an no han
hecho su Primera Comunin.
Con esta ocasin no hay gran
fiesta en la iglesia y en el co-
medor paral as Empleadas.
El Director.
La Reina y su hermana cam-
bian hijos para poder ensear
al Rey nn varn y evitar la
muerte en la cuna de la nia,
verdadera hija de los Reyes.
ESCUELA NOCTURNA DE COMERCIO
COLON
Prepara para Perito Mercantil, Contador y Secretariado.
Curses de Ingls, Contabilidad, Estenografa, Mecano-
grafa, Ortografa, Redaccin Comercial, Aritmtica Comer-
cial y Matemticas Financieras.
Curso* especate* de Auditoria y Estenografa en Ingls.
(Shorthand).
Curse de Espaol para personas de habla Inglesa.
Informes y Matricula de p.m. a I p.m. en el Colegio
Abel Bravo.
Las clases comenzarn el Z de mayo.
Una leyenda histrica medioe-
val "La Corona de Hierro" se
ha convertido en la mejor pe-
lcula jams hecha en Europa
(Primer Premio Festival de Ve-
necia, 1990). Fastuosa, impo-
j nente, llena de Imaginacin y
vibrante dramatismo. Especta-
; cular, con ms de 13.000 acto-
I res. Producida por Alessandro
Blassettl, realizador de "Fablo-
la".
"La Corona de Hierro" se
presenta esta noche a las once,
en Funcin Especial de Media-
noche, en el Teatro Lux.
fcn la preparacin de esta deliciosa
y saludable sepa entran jugosos to-
mAtea, tiernos guisante*, habas, za-
nahorias, grano* de maz y mucho*
otro* vegetates escogidos, lo mejor
de cada cosecha, y cocinados todo*
en substancioso caldo de carne de
rea. Por eso se dice que la Sopa de
Vegetales Campbell's es "casi una
comida completa".
lOBIF H> 21 tlSIS Dt SOPAS CflMPBfU'S
latilo
tteooto r|o
Pi
Robert N. Conn, Asistente Ad-
ministrativo al Director de la
Overseas Distributor Branch de
la Ford Motor Company, lle-
gar a Panam el 12 de mayo,
donde pasar algunos dias con-
ferenciando con sus distribui-
dores y dueos de flotillas de
vehculo* automviles.
Durante la Segunda Guerra
Mundial, el seor Conn sir-
vi a su pas por espacio de
cinco aos en calidad de Te-
niente Comandante en la Ma-
rina de los Estados Unidos, en
el teatro del Pacfico. El es-
tudi y se gradu en la Uni-
versidad de Michigan.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
BARATILLO
H poco, en la GRAN QUEMAZN
de precios bajos que ofrece
NOVEDADES GATEN0
Ave. Central 104
TELAS FINAS, ROPA INTERIOR
TRAJES, y miles de artculos A pre-
cios increbles.
No pierda esta oportunidad,
para convencerte de nuestra gran rebaja
Hgcnos su visito
LUNES 30
Sopa
UPTON
Pollo y Fideos y Tomate y Vegetales
Sabrosa Econmica Nutritiva
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Lipton Frostee"
nlvos "MICR0NIZA00S
de COTY
Distribuidores:
CU. CYRNOS. t. A.
Tels. 3-1791 3-179
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Se sentir rebosante de energa y vigor despus
de haberse lavado con Jabn de Sslud Lifebuoy
(Salvavida). La profundamente limpiadora
espuma del Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy
(Salvavida) refresca su cuerpo y lo mantiene
fresco. Decdase a emplear el Jabn de Salud
Lifebuoy (Salvavida) de manera regular y se
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SE VENDE:Mquina de contabili-
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2-0610. ______________________
SE VENDE:Bolonzo morca "Tole-
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doza Nt>. 10 (altos) al lado del
Cine Hitpono._______________
SE VENDE: Mquina de eicribir
"Smith Corono", portable. Des .se-
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M. Arios, Edificio "Chortes", Apto.
'2, Campo Alegre.
3E VENDEN; Cachorros de perro
polica belga. Informes: Comiso-
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SE VENDE:Acero de refuerzo a
B.175 la tonelada, precio al con-
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cosa de juego pora nio, etc., mo-
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creosotado. Llamar Kabbe 6276.
Vendemos el derecho de un local en
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queos de 2o. mono completamen-
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SE VttND; Mquina calculadora
alemana, nueva "Bnjnsvigo", mo-
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SE VENDEN:Mquinos de perforar,
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conveniencias. Pare informes ins-
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VINDO:Lote de terreno de 1.525
metros, pora Fbrica o Depsito en
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Leae* *>,. Tal. 2-2944.
SE VENDEN: Dos lotes en "Las
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SE VENDEPropiedad en Santo Cla-
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Ufen*: Lie. L. Uaes Seen, Tal.
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SE ALQUILA
Locale
;E ALQU'LA:Locol pero oficina,
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MISCELNEA
f.ecute msico popular en piano y
guitarra. Aprendizaje en 6 meses.
Escobar. Calle 9. No. 18 altos.
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Botes y Motores
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.130.
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10 Apto. 3.
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para familia de cuatro. Acuda Ave.
Francisco de la Ossa No. 36, altos
Agencio Packard. Apto. (I.
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San Francisco de la Caleta, Cali*
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manejar todos los oficios de casa.
Infrmese Ave. Justo Arosemena
4, Clnica.
SE NECESITA: Una empleada que
duerma en la caso y una cocinera.
Ocurra: Calle 34 No. 17.
SE NECESITA:Cocinara compon-
te que duerma en el empleo dis-
puesta o salir los fines de semanas
para el interior. Calle 45, Casa 26.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRAN:80 hojas de zinc de
6 7 pies de segunda mano. Lla-
me 2-1508.
SE COMPRA:-----Cmora fotogrfico
de eitudio, de segunda mono. Es-
criba el aportado 3411, Panam.
SE VENDE
Articulo* Je Casa
SE VENDE: A precio de baratillo
precioso juego nuevo. Callo 34 No. 7
SE VENDE:Uno vitrina en perfec-
tas; condicienes. Ocurro: Collo 7o.
No 25 primer oltos. Fomilia Ma-
yerga. .
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento!
SE ALQUILAN;2 apartamentos o
B/.S5.00 ceda uno. Casa 38, Ave.
Cuba. "Farmacia Van."
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento pe-
queo, en Calle.2a. No. 18. In-
formes altos de la misma.
SE, ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ca-
lle 13 Son Francisco. Va Porras,
Casa No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o de 3 piezas, cocino, servicios
independientes". B/.50.00. Ave. A
No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Recmara amueblada
con pequeo comedor y cocina,
completamente independiente. Ca-
lle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: En Vista del Mar
apartamento pequeo, serm -amue-
blado, estuf, luz y gos. Linda vis-
to, mucho aire. Tel. 3-0276.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento uno
recmara en planta baja en Calle
52 No. 18 cerca Hotel "El Pana-
m." Informe: Apto. Ne. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento dos
cuartos, servicio, cocina. Calle "G"
No. 16 Parque Lefevre. Pregunte
por ngel Lmela. Colla 16 Oeste
No. 37. Tel. 2-0064.
SE ALQUILAN:Departamentos es-
paciosos de cuatro compartimientos,
porch y servicios con posibilidades'
de uso para una familia grande'
o dos pequeos y otro ideal para ,
pareja de dos compartimientos y
servicios. Via Espaa onts de Pue-
ble Nuevo. B.60.00 y B.40.00 con
10% de descuento por pago pun-
tual. Informes 3-0471, Todos de
concreto y modernos. Apdo. 1045,
' Panam.
SE ALQUILA
Caiai
SE ALQUILA:Residencia con'3 re-
cmaras, 2 servicios, 2 perchas,
cuarto empleado, garage, etc., en
Bella Vista. Ave. Justo Aroseme-
no No. 120. Informes: Telfono
3-3654. ,,-..'
SE ALQUILA:Amplio chalet, tres
recmaras. 2 baas, 2 porches, ga-
rage y bello jardn an Vio Porros
81. Razn en Calle 18 No. 8. Son
Francisco.
SE ALQUILA: Caso mixta, cinco
cuartos, cocina, dos servicios, Ave.
5o. No. 10, esquina con Carrete-
ro Panam Viejo, perada autobs.
B/.75.0O. Tel. 3-1001.
SE VENDE: Cuna y estontito en
buenos condiciones. Calla 37 Este
No. 19.-Tel. 3-1076.
SE VENDE: t- Cune y stontito en
buenos condiciones. Calle 37 No.
19.
SE VENDE: 1 estante vitrino; 1.
juego comedor. Porque Lefevre.
.Calle 2a. No. 23.
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Philco
4, 5 pies cbicos, derechos paga-
dos. Razonable. Cosa 2151-D, Cu-
rund.
SE VENDE:Juego recmaro; Juego
comedor chico todo B/.300.0O.
Colte 17 Oeste, Coso No. 21,
Apto. 15. /
SE ALQUILA:Uno casita. Calle 44
No. 4. Al lodo, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin, llave e informes precio.
SE VENDE:Jriego de muebles chi-
nos de bano con incrustaciones de
ncar. Calle 6a. No. 11 bajos. Tal.
2-3792.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Serve!, 25
y 60 ciclos en perfectas condicie*
nes. B/.100. Cesa 523-C, Coeoll.
I VIUTA:Un jateara cm*Int. de
amanar da 11 piaia e caen* ta-
ada a atea* par aa artista telie-
h, (> tiiinli da cuera lagiti-
nte.. It valer ae de I/.3.000, y al
aeeaia act.. I 4 B A 1,500. Puede
* rejuntar par l, aa la Avenale
Par Na. 19. aa (aalqaiar atnten-
te.
SE VENDE: Juego sala 3 sillones
con cojines de resorte; Mesito;
Lmparo de pie; Refrigeradora da
gas nueva; Borredora elctrica
Electroiux; Escritorio coobo; Esca-
parate de cedro; Juego mesa y si-
lla de porcelana en verde y blonco
o poro comedor. 326-C Coco Solo.
Tel. 246.
En Calle 44 No. 4 so alquilo una ca-
sa que tiene sala, comedor, cuarto
' de servicio, instalacin sanitaria,
piso b*o. Piso pito dos recmoros,
instalacin sanitoriq, entenderse
con el telfono No. 3-1910.
SE NECESITA
, General
SE NECESITA:Pintor da exparien-
cio que sepa laquear muebles con
pistola. Va Belisorio Porras 130.
SE NECESITA: Dependiente con
referencias y conocimientos ingls.
Buena presencia. Buen sueldo. El
Siglo, Ave. Centre! 85.
GANGA
SE VENDEN
ESTUFAS TAPPAN
toda de porcelana
completamente naeva
H 1000
Ocurra a la
Ca. Econogas
Calle S4 Edificio Lu
Tel. 8-M1 S-0MI
Personas decentes, modestas, bien re-
lacionadas como colaboradores-as
venta lotes Cerro Compane, se
necesitan. Entindase con Ingeniero
Jos Euiabio Soto Borbn, Agente
General Comisionado y Asesor
Agrcola Empresa Berrocal, pro-
incremento cultivos hortalizas, fru-
tales y jardines. Tel. 2-1728 de 8
a 12 a.m.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO N.. lt
EL SUSCRITO GOBERNADOR DE LA
PROVINCIA DE PANAMA,
ADMINISTRADOR DE TIERRAS
y BOSQUES,
AL PUBLICO.
HACE SABER:
Cue al LU, Juan B Crvera, abosado
dm ata localidad, en ejercicio d.l podar
ronf.ndola Par al laAor ABEL QUIN-
TERO, ha aoliejt.do a tila Administra-
cin, eara au yodtrdant.. la adjudicacin
a titulo da compra, da an (lobe da le-
i rr.no baldo nacional denominada "lai
Pradera*, ebleado tn I Corr.eimt.nto
de Lioice. Diatrite d. Capira. da nna
l.zt.naloa euparficiaria d. SKIS HEC-
TREAS CON DOS MIL METROS CVA-
1DRADOS (( Hta. 00O aat.), dentro d.
lio. aleaintaa lindaran
NORTE, Ria Per*artd!
SUR, paeealn d. Juan Redr!*oes;
ESTB. tierra, nacional. :
OESTE, tierra, naclonalaa f flaca da
Arcadia Fottar.
En cumplimiento a la diapueeto en al
articulo 1 da la Le a da lttt, aa
fija el prente Edicto en luear vialal.
ala it. DeapecHo 7 an la Alcalda dal
Diatrito 4% Captra, par treinta dlaa h-
Tallea. para que todo aqual que ae eoaal-
dera lastanado an au derecho, loa an-
ea alar ara tiempo oportuno.
Fijada a la anee de la maana dal
da r.iatiuno da Abril da aall noeacl.a-
lee cincuenta r uno.
El Gobernador, Admor. Pro, da Tie-
rra y Boaaue..
Jaad Daaaafa Sata
El Secretarlo.
Folla. Roaaere Lapaa.
R copla conforme.
Panam. 14 da Abril d. ll.
El Beeretaria a. la Gobernacin.
Fe-apa Reaa.i. Upen.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
TODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
El bombardeo
mulacro de bombardeo, duran-
te un vuelo rutinario de enufi-
namiento.
Cuatro aviones de cmbales
interceptaron el bombardero en
un simulacro de combate, Cuan-
do uno de los aviones de com-
bate se acerc al bombardero
para "atacarlo" se fu contra
ol fuselaje del bombardero a-
brlendole una enorme brecha
al avin con un choque que fu
odo a cuatro millas de dis-
tancia.
Un oficial de informacin de
la base area dijo que el enor-
me bombardero se haba par-
tido en tres pedazos, pero i.o
se poda saber al el avin af
parti por la fuerza del choque
con el avin de combate o
cuando cay a tierra. Varios de
ios tripulantes del bombardero
que se lanzaron en paracaiuas
fueron enoontrados muertos, lo
cual Indica que murieron de is
nerldas sufridas durante el
choque, las cuales les permilic-
on lanzarse del avin en pa-
racaidas, pero les causaron la
muerte durante el descenso-
Sealan las fechas
Mayo 5. a las 9 a.m.: Ra-
nulfo- ArVilla vs. Antonio Pero-
sa.
Mayo 8, a las 9 a.m.: Olga
de Snchez vs. Circuito Atln-
tico, 8. A.
Mayo 10, a las 9 a.m.: Ricar-
do D. Orosso y Paulo Wilkins
vs. Basilio Glitsos.
Mayo IS, a lu 9 a.m.: M-
lida Cardoze vs. Francisco Do-
nado.
Abril 28 de 1951.
M. ale Sena,
CONJUNTOS de COJINETES
(Unidades de Salineras)
SLEALMASTER
Sellados permanentemente
Pre-Lubricados
Alineacin automtica.
No espere necesitar una
Ballnera para ordenarla!
Diganos el tamao y el tipo
2ue Ud. usa y nosotros las ten-
remos en existencia para
cuando las desee.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central No. 271
Tel. 3-*140 Panam, R.P.
Es candidato
hace algunos aos.
El Club Rotarlo panameo al-
eaba de aprobar por unanimi-
dad una resolucin en sentido
de respaldar la candidatuar del
Doctor Ramirez Brown par Pre-
sidente del Rotarlo Interna-
cional.
CUEROS
LEGTIMOS
DE TAPICERA
(Americanos)
69< pie cuadrado
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Till, 2-2988 y 2-3335
CalU 16 Etta No. 4
4M DOLARES POR UN TRAJE
DE SEORA SE PAGAN
EN NUEVA TORS
El diseador de trajes de Su-
san Havward en "La Diabla de
la Modistilla" de la 20th Cen-
tury Fox, asegura que eso co-
bran los diseadores de trajes
en Nueva York, donde luego
sus modelos ae copian por mi-
llares y se venden al por ma-
yor. Las tiendas que venden el
modelo autntico, sin embargo,
a veces cobfan por ste varios
cientos de dlares, si, cuatro y
quinientos, dice.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Mil Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle II Esta #4 Tel. Z-2W0
HEMOS
RECIBIDO:
9 Agujas de tejer
* Copos de vidrio paro
Champaa
* Vasos de 6 onzas
9 Mamaderas Evenflo.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La mi antigua.
La mis acreditada.
La da mayor stock.
SIEMPRE a 8118 ORDENES.
Rio Abaje #tlS4Tal. S-0S24
Alearen Calle "I" #1
TeL t-IISI
FERTILIZANTE LIQUIDO
CALIFORNIA
NO ENSUCIA NO MANCHA
SIN OLOR
Contiene Nitrgeno, Fotasio
j Acido Fosfrico,
Se recomienda para
Plantas Arbolea Prados.
De venta en pintas
y ralones
' en los
ALMACENES TROPIDURA
TROPIDURA
Lo mejOr por menos.
St cerrarn hoy
Inscripciones del
basket de Coln
COLON, Abril 28 (Por Nndo
SjinteroEsta noche queda-
n deflintivamente cerradas
las Inscripciones para los equi-
pos que competirn en la pr-
xima temporada de baloncesto
que se brindar en el Gimnasio
Arena de Coln a partir del mes
de Mayo y es muy probable que
esta misma %noche se nombre
la nueva Directiva que ha de re-
Sr los destinos del Basketbol
olonense en 1851.
Hasta ahora se sabe que cua-
tro equipos d la primera divi-
sin, cuatro de la rama femeni-
na y 14 de la categora menor
tomarn parte en la Liga y por
ello se da por descontado que
eata temporada ser tan inte-
resante y beneficiosa como la
pasada.
Tambin s ha hecho saber
que los jugadores de la catego-
ra Mayor que se hayan regis-
trado en la Liga de Panama, ha-
rn lo mismo que el ao pasado
ea decir que actuarn en esta
Liga y en la de la capital, cosa
que no nos parece muy lgico,
pues por muchos energas que
tenga el atleta se hace imposi-
ble que rinda lo mismo en dos
Ligas.
El deportista y caballero Ar-
gemiro Guardia, Gerente de la
CPR en esta ciudad cuenta con
los votos necesarios para salir
electo Presidente de la nueva
directiva y tambin suenan los
nombres de "Slim" Hernndez,
Ol Rodrguez. Jack Smith y
otros para completar la nomina
de dirigentes del baloncesto co-
lonense.
CLUB DE B/. 1.00
GABINETE DE COCINA
IS x U, tapa esmaltada.
* JUEGO DE SALA eince
pieas. asiente de madera.
* LAMPARA DE CINCO-FO-
COS, Far sala.
CANAPE PLEGADIZO, eon
colchn de algodn.
) VITRINA RECTA tree
tablillas.
MUEBLERA timn
"MUEBLE GANADO,
MUEBLE ENTREGADO
DEBIDO A-------
El 25 por ciento de los in-
gresos que produzca el petr-
leo de Irn ser reservado pa-
ra satisfacer las reclamaciones
de los accionistas.
La comisin decidi tambin
?ue todo petrleo extrado n
rn desde que el Parlamento
aprob la nacionalizacin el 21
de marzo pertenece a Irn y
que debern examinarse los li-
bros de la compaa para de-
terminar cunto debe sta a
Irin por ese petrleo.
La nueva comisin debe for-
mular una "constitucin" para
la Industria petrolera nacional,
la cual habr de ser aprobada
por el Parlamento.
Hasta ahora, con el Frente
Nacional ejerciendo presin en
favor de la nacionalizacin y
el asesinato de dos ministro,
que se oponan a esa medida,
ambas Cmaras Parlamentarlas
han obrado de acuerdo' con la
Comisin.
El Embajador Shepherd en
una declaracin a la prensa dl-
J0 qu "el principio de nacio-
nalizacin nunca es negado por
nosotros, y -Gran Bretaa ha
mostrado una actitud de sim-
pata con las aspiraciones de
nacionalizacin de la nacin
irania".
Agrega sin embargo, que el
acuerdo de 1933 entre j Irn y
la compaa fue negociado li-
bremente bajo los auspicios de
la Sociedad de Naciones y "no
puede ser. denunciado de acuer-
do con la ley", pijo: 'Espero
que el Parlamento no procede-
r a actuar unilateralmente o
precipitadamente respecto a la
cuestin del petrleo, lo que. ce-
rrara la puerta a las nego-
ciaciones y pudiera tener con-
secuencias gravsimas y de gran
alcance".
Toman pelcula
a quien puede ser dirigidas to-
nas las indagaciones de perso-
nas Interesadas en la pelcula
oficial de la Feria. El telfono.
en Coln, del Sr. Heymann es
el M7-L.
Adems del desfile de canal-
datas y la proclamacin de a
Rejna, el corto que se exhibir
en breve, ensear algunas vis-
tas del estado actual de la Ferie.
Nombramientos
de la Direccin Consular y dt
Naves en reemplazo de Jos A*
Abello, cuyo nombramiento
declara Insubsistente;
Thelma Edith Crdoba, Con-
tadora y receptora de cuentaa
en reemplazo de Ana M. da
Lushman, cuyo nombramiento
ae declara Insubsistente;
Asteria Mariajlletaolnetaoln
Asteria Maria Ortii, Oficial da
Terjetarlo, de la Seccin Segun-
da en reemplazo de Luca P,
rez, cuyo nombramiento se de*
clara Insubsistente;
Ana de Russo, Oficial de Se
gunda Categora en la Seccin
Primera en reemplazo de Ora*
cela Cornejo H., cuyo nombra*
miento se declara insubsistente;
Carmen Rosa Jirn, Oficial da
Segunda Categora en reempla-
zo de Jilma de Acosta. cuy*
nombramiento se declara insub*
sis tente;
Beatriz E. Hidalgo, Oficial da
Segunda Categora en la Sec-
clon Primera, en reemplazo da
Carmen Urrutla, cuyo nombra-
miento se declara insubsistente?
Carmen Yolanda Rejas, Ar-
chivera de Tercera Categora
en la Seccin Primera en reem-
plazo de Eudosla F. Prez cuy
nombramiento se declara insub-
sistente:
Luisa Camarge, Oficial de Ter-
cera Categora en la Seccin Se- :
gunda en reemplazo de Aura ,
M. Ruiz, cuyo nombramiento sa
declara insubsistente.
Gabriel Ruiz, Oficial de Ter- !
cera Categora de la Provincia
de Panam, en reemplazo aa
Harina J. de Fernndez, cuy
nombramiento se declara insub-
sistente;
Arcadia Navarro, Cadenero da
Primera Categora en la Sec-
cin Segunda, en reemplazo da *
Hidalgo Prez, cuyo nombra-.
miento se declara insubslaten-
te.
Albina Trejos, Consejero en la-
Seccin Primera, en reemplaza-
rle Juan B. Gonzlez, cuyo nom-
bramiento se declara Insubsis-
tente;
Jallo Ramirez. Mensajero en
Seccin Primera en reemplazo,
de Eugenio Amaya, cuyo nom-
bramiento se declara insubsis-
tente; ]
Jallo Vega, Aseador en la Sec- ;
cin Primera, en reemplazo da
Severina Zerda, cuyo nombra-
miento se declara insubsisten-
te; ,
Silvio Cano, Aseador de la
Seccin Primera, en reemplazo
de Salomn Aguilar. cuyo nom-
bramiento se declara Insubsis-
tente.
Este Decreto comenzar a re-
gir desde el da primero de ma-
yo- i- I


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1
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A tiro de can
de que los aliados abandor
ron a Munsan a 20 millas oa j
la vieja capital hace tres das., a
Sinembargo, se cree que los le-
jos estn ea se sector ;nUa
6 y 10 millas de Sel.
El General Edward M AI-j
mond, Comandante del 10o.,
Cuerpo de Estados Unidos djrj -
que sus tropas le han causado*
a los rojos 16,000 bajas durante,! I
ia semana que pas. Dijo; "En;
nuestro sector los aliados han
tenido muy pocas perdidas", i
CITACIN A CANDIDATAS I
Se nos ha solicitado citar a
las candidates chinas para 0,-
ia reunin esta noche a l&v o-
cho en el Club Chino, situado
en la calle novena y avenida
Bolvar.
EL KINDERGARTEN
BILINGE
(espaol e Ingls)
de la
ESCUELA
CRISTOBAL RODRIGUEZ
dispone todava de S cupo*.
Calle Carlos A. Mendoza
#98 Telfono 2-3437
Tenemos aa existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
SE ALQUILA:
CASA #121 Avenida Central: Altos, bajos,
apreclable extensin de terreno al fondo. Con-
cdese al arredantario derecho a subarrendar.
CASA #* en La Carrasquilla.
Informa: MARCO ANTONIO ARAGN.
Telfonos: 2-1168 2-0930 3-2478
MAANA CENTRAL MAANA
A LAS 10:00 DE LA MAANA
UNA NUEVA Y GRANDISA MATINAL!.
TIM HOLT
EL VALLE DE LOS FORAGIDOS
El Rey de los
Vaqueros!
y adamas.
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Animados da
Walt Disney
Vengan
todos a
disfrutar da
esta gran
Programa!
lili, tke eleitM
k-ar, are* lake (a
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KOLYNOS!
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5;45 Carrera
6:00 Msica variada
6:15 Carrera
6:30 Boleros favoritos
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10:00 Dramatlzacin
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10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:30 Variedad nocturnal
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8:03 Melodas matinales
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Msica escogida
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l:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
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12:15
12:30
12:50
1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00
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3:00
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anal, an la Infla o las alemas, ner
rloaldad, debilidad, perdida dal vigor
naacullno. aon cauaadoa per alfuaa
afarrhedad da la Prflalata. Para
Briar atoa traatornoa y ayudarla
devolver rpidamente au aalud. p ruaba
I nun tratamiento cientfico lla-
mado Rogona. No Importa cun anti-
cuo aea.au aufr I miento, Resana la
anidara a revlsorlsar au (Undula
aroattlca y Kara eentlraa bren. Oh-
Uui Resana an cualouler (armada.
"Ay, amor cmo me das puesto"
es la gran pelcnla de Tin Tan
Amores vienen y van sejun
la historia los cita: amor famo-
so el de Rita y el fabuloso All
Khan. Mas tal pasin, a-TIN
TAN le viene guaga; no es ri-
co, pero tiene mil y pico m-
jercltas de repuesto. "Ay Amor,
como me has puesto" ...Me has
puesto de vuelta y media, se
contesa el mismo TIN TAN
cuando, locamente enamorarlo,
torla resultan opacos ante el
mis sencacional romance de cu-
tios los tiempos contempor-
neos: el agitado y estruendo.
omance entre TIN TAN, y Re-
beca Iturblde- Eso es amor,
quien lo prob lo sabe. Por t.so
la exclamacin de TIN TAN no
ha podido ser mas ajustada a
la realidad:
"Ay Amor como me has pues-
to!", que para deleite del p-
blico panameo presentar* en
sensacional pre-estreno, un si-
lo da, el Teatro EL DRALO
el martes lo. de Mayo.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
FIESTA PATRONAL
Alcaldediaz, abrjl 25 de 1951.
Seores periodistas de
EL PANAMA AMERICAA.
Presente.
Respetables seores:
La Sociedad pro-Mejoras de
I Alcaldediaz se propone celebrar
suspira por la nueva y bellU-' la fiesta patronal de la Santa
ma estrella Rebeca Iturblde. Cruz, acto que se verificara los
Todos los amores de la hit- dias 5 y 6. de mayo. y_de cu-
jayo.
^f
LA PELCULA QUE ROMPI TODOS LOS RECORDS
DE ENTRADA EN LA HABANA!
k
- HOt-
EN EL
TEATRO CECILIA
PRE-ESTRENO .
MAYO lo. EN EL
CENTRAL
ilaa fraa pafioiia de ACCIN
plena dt UtR
EMOCIN!
ELDORADO
...Logr a la mujer que
ansiaba, pasando...
POR LA PUERTA
------------- FALSA
...Entr tambin la in-
fidelidad v la traicin...
La Mejor Realizacin de:
Pedro ARMENDARIZ
Rita MACEDO
Andrea PALMA
Una Grandiosa Pelicula-
MARTES, lo. de MAYO!
PRE ESTRENO!
TINTAN
EL NICO Y EXCLUSIVO
DE ELDORADO
en
<4Ay, Amor, Como
Me Has Puesto!"

"ME HA8 PUESTO DE
VUELTA Y MEDIA]"
. Para celebrar el lo. de Mayo,
la a
TIN
nada mejor, ne
-TAN!
Ufctt
Disnetj
ammi *aata **
t taba,.! Uei.. t'e.ej
la Isla
tlei Tesara
con MUY DBSGtl
M6ER1NEWTON MSI SYDNEY
Ptevciat m' r't fvt* p>(ii'da eo h'V Hau*
D it'ifr.dt af tito #
yos beneficios se arreglar el
cementerio de la poblacin, in-
vita a ustedes nos honren con
su presencia y al mismo tiem-
po les pide cooperacin mone-
taria a eleccin suya para lle-r
var a efecto tales actos y po-
der hacerle frente la obra del
cementerio due tanto necesita
este poblado.
De ustedes^ Ss., -'Ss.',
Celar Cantoral, secretario ge-
neral; Pllnlo Cernid, presiden-
te del Comit de Festejo*.
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
r*
x.
MARTE
GRAN PRE-ESTRENO!
EL MAYOR SUCESO
DELAO!
SUPERANDO TODOS LOS XITOS ANTERIORES!
DESDE JUEVES
EL A
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!...
PRESIDENTE VARIEDADES
>
SE DELEITO UD. CON .
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
GOCE AHORA VIENDO ... A
ROBERTO ROMANA MARTHA ROTH
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY OSCAR PULIDO
PEREZ PRADO y su Orquesta, en
SERENATA EN ACAPULCO
Continuacin de "AL SON DEL MAMBO"
PRESflNTE
ON AIRE A CONDICIONA I. O
UN RECUERDO EMOCIONADO DE LOS HEROES
QUE HUMILLARON A NAPOLEN !
En la ms espectacular
pelcula del Cine Espaol!
AURORA BAUTISTA
FERNANDO REY VIRGILIO TEXEIRA
MANUEL LUNA, en

HOY
i. j&Of&m
HOY
1:15, 2:55, 4:55, 7:00, 8:55 p.m.
UNA COMEDIA PLENA DE PICARDA, FINO HUMORISMO
Y MELODIOSAS CANCIONES!...
ARMANDO CALVO RITA MACEDO, en
"MI MARIDO''
con DALIA IIGUEZ ~ EL CHICOTE
El Sensational TRIO "LOS DIAMANTES"
Y la Estupenda Pareja de Bailes Espaoles:
ANTONIO y LUISITA TRIANA
HOY
Tandas:
1:15 1:11
S:W IM
CONTINUA CON XITO!
ELLA lo quera todo... Y eso
era demasiado para cualquier
hombre!.. .
"POR UNA
MALA
MUJER"
Hlauclf)
con
Lee J.
con
Jane
WYATT
John
MUX
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
MARTES y
MIRCOLES!
FABULOSA! FA8TUOSA!
MARAVILLOSA!
ESTA NOCHE
FUNCIN de MEDIANOCHE
(A las 11 p.m.)
La major
pelcula hecha
en r-.urwpn!
Primer Premio
Festival de
Vncela. 19S_
Una leyenda dt sangre y pa-
sin Un espectculo de mara-
villas! Una pelcula grandiosa.
"LA CORONA
DE HIERRO"
Pelcula FOX!
MAANA A las 10 a.m.
MATINAL para NIROS!
Continuacin de la Serle!
"AVENTURAS DE
SUPERMAN"
(Capitulo 7-8)
Ademas: Robert Young
Marguerite Chapman, en
"Noches de Tempestad"
(en tecnicolor)
M-O-M's SIOOfJT show i
RONALD
111?.
a TsOMNCOiO*
MARLENE
JAMES EDWARD
CRAIG ARNOLD
15,000 ACTORES!
- y -
Gino Cervi Luisa Ferida
Massimo Girotti Elisa Ceganl
AN
M-G-fr
PJCTJJJJ
PROXIMO JUEVES ESTRENO!...
GREAT ADVENTURE FUMED IN THE RUCGED ROCKIES'
1W
..imri

Vigoroso Drama Pasional!
Burt Lancaster Joanne Dm
' en -
"EL VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
con John Ireland
AGUSTINA DE ARAGN
mn
aft**
TEATROS
PRESENTAN!
H TK
CENTRAL
1:1* 2:21 4:33
:4I :S0
HAROLD LLOYD, an
"SEMANA SIN MIRCOLES"
Adenitis:
'Lo Historio del General MacArthur'
TEATRO LUX
"POR UNA
MALA
MUJER"
can Laa 1. COBI
Jane WYATT
Jahn DALL
Un drain,* extra-
ordinario de
crimen y pafln i
TEATRO CECILIA
Montaas de Rlui en la Vacilada
Musical Mis Divertida del Ao1
GARRIDO v PINERO, an
"ESCUELA DE MODELOS"
con DOLLY SISTERS SONORA
___________MATANCERA!
BELLA VISTA
DOS PELCULAS!...
A.NN BI.YTH
MARK STEVENS
En una comedia
plana da picarda
y buen humor 1
"LA NINFA
DESNUDA"
- Adems:
La ms realstica
pelcula da
Serra!
NOVEDAD EN EL
FRENTE"

TEATRO TROPICAL.
Aadle ML'RPHY Wanda
HENDRIX Dean JAGGER, en
"Bandidos en la Sierra"
De5cuclla Por Su Dram.tbino
y Belleza!..,________
TEATRO ENCANTO
______Aire Acandiclaaaaa
' James Mason
Margaret Lockwood, en
'La Muerte Enamorada'
Los McAllister, en
"Tramposo Inocente"
_____con Lots Bullen
JTEATRO TIVOLt_
Faith Domergue. en
"VENDETTA"
Irene Dunne, en
"VEN A COMPARTIR
MI AMOR"
TEATRO IRIS
CHABITO GRANADOS
Gustavo Rojo, an
"EL GRITO de la CARNE"
Jorge Salcedo, en
"Apenas Un Delincuente"
VARIEDADES
1:IS. 2:55, 4:.-7:M. 8:55 pm
Una Comadla Deliciosa!...
ARMANDO CALVO
RITA MACEDO. en
+LJ$n A
"MI MARIDO
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Esther Williams Van
Johnson, en
"LA SIRENA SE
ENAMORA"
y Clark Gable, en
"MIEDO DE AMAR"
JEATRO EDISON_
Richard Widmark, jn
"HASTA EL ULTIMO
HOMBRE"
James Stewart, en
La Suerte Se Divierte"
TEATRO VICTORIA
EL CAPITN AMERICA"
- Ademas: -
"DULCE LMPOSTORA"y
"CANCIN DEL ALMA"
HI SPANO
CantlnUas. an
"EL PORTERO"
y Maria E- Marques
- en -
-CARITA de CIELO"
PAClr ICO
"Vuelve el Hombre
Murcilago" i y
"EC. CADAVER
OCULTO"
"LA PRUEBA FINAL'
APOLO
Maria A. Pora, en
"EL CICLN DEL
CARIBE"
- y -
"MATRIMONIO I
MOBTAJA"
IDEAL
"LA*BOBA
NEGRA"
- y -
"LA VENGANZA
DBX
DESTINO"
.VISTERMOSA
-La Eapada Fatal"
Capta. 4-5 Ademas.
"El Peder Satnica" y
-LA CUEVA DC LOS
ACUSADORES"
ROOSEVELT
Laa Bermejal Jaaae.
da MUaaarl-
Epa 7-1
"BANDOLEROS
SIN PATRIA"
'Su Dulce Enemiga"


9.*GTN* i
ML PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDBPENDIENTB
ABADO, ABRIL M, 15T
Importantes y Variados Eventos Deportivos
Se Presentarn Maana En Esta Ciudad
Sandalio Consuegra Coloc a
Los Senadores En El 1er. Lugar
Servicio de la Prensa l'nida
Nueva York (UP) El cu-
bano Rafael Noble, Eddie Stan-
ley y Jack Maguire Jonronearon,
pero ello no Impidi que los Gi-
gante sufrieran su noveno re-
vs consecutivo al vencerlos los
bravos por anotacin de 7 ca-
lieras a 3 con otros tres Jonic-
nes. Willard Marshall jonronc
por los Bravos con dos en bae
en la sexta entrada y Sid Gor-
don y Bob Elliott jonroneaion
con las bases vacias. Antes de
Jonronear Marshall, los Bravos
anotaron dos por sencillos de
Sam Jethroe Duke Torgeson y
Elliott, pase gratis a Gordon y
out al cuadro de Walker Coopi-r-
Noble sustituy en la receptora
a Westrum por primera vez e-i
un partido completo de la tem-
porada regular y conect su
primer cuadrangular.
Chicago. Los Cardenales "e
afirmaron en el primer lugar
de la Liga Nacional venciendo
a los Cachorros por 3 a 0 a pe-
sar de que el lanzador recluta
Bob Schutlz solo les permiti
cinco Incogibles. Gerry Stahy
solo se vio en aprietos desde
el montculo en la sptima Mi-
trada cuando los Cachorros lle-
naron las bases sin outs. por
sencillo de Phil Caverretta y
eirores del propio Staley y So-
lly Hemus.
Filadelfla. Gil Hodges en-
cabez el ataque de los Dodge?
empujando cuatro carreras y
anotando tres carreras con tos
jonrones y un doblete mientras
u novena ponia fin a la ca-
dena de cinco triunfos corrios
iie los Phillies por anotacin de
11 a 5.
El antesalista de los Dodgers
Billy Cox tambin contribuy
al triunfo bateando un jonren,
un doblete y un sencillo empu-
jando una carrera y anotando
tres.
Los Rojos de Clnclnattl de-
rrotaron a los Piratas de Pitts-
burgh por anotacin de 7 Ca-
breras a 5.
En la Liga Americana
El torpedero Lou Boudrcau
empuj con un sencillo en la
quinta entrada la que result
la carrera del triunfo en el
partido en que los Medias Ro-
jal vencieron a los Yanquis por
segunda vez consecutiva por a-
notacln de 4 carreras a 3. Bn
la segunda entrada Mel Parnell
lleg a primera y anot por Jo-
ble de Dom DIMagglo y senci-
llo de Billy Goodman. Ted Wi-
lliams empuj a DIMagglo coa
encillO'
Los Senadores se posesionaron
del primer lugar de la Liga A-
mericana al vencer anoche a
los Atltlcos de Filadelfla por
anotacin de 6 carreras a 1. El
cubano Sandalio Consuego per-
miti solamente cinco incomi-
bles y obtuvo as la victoria.
Se Nombr Nueva Directiva
de la Liga de Basketball con ____
G. Sarrasqueta de Presidente Trabajos de Ed.
Premiar a los
campeones la Liga
de Soft Monticelo
Maana domingo ser la fe-
cha de la presentacin de pre-
mios de la Liga Monticello de
Softball que acaba de culminar
su calendarlo en la comunidad
de Gamboa.
Este acto deportivo que pre-
sentar el popular Club Social
"Deportivo Monticello" se ini-
ciara a las 2 de la tarde en el
campo de Santa Cruz con un
Juego entre "Estrellas Montice-
llo" y el "Panam Radio" los
campeones de la Justa.
Despus del juego los premia-
dos recibirn sus medallas, tro-
feos, y premios-todo donado por
el Club ausplclador-de las ma-
nos del gran animador del Jue-
go Sr. James Holder, padre.
Las siguientes presentaciones
sern hechas durante el acto:
TrofeoThoephilus peterkin,
Campen bateador .438.
TrofeoEdgar Parris, Cam-
pen Jonronero, 10.
Medallas individuales"Agen-
cia Steer"Tercer puesto.
Trofeos individualesEquipo
"Alfredo Alemn Jr." SubCam-
pen.
Trofeo MonticelloEquipo
"Panam ,Radlo Corporation"
Campeones.
Premios IndividualesArbitros
Anotador, y Cronista.
El equipo de "Estrellas" que
se enfrentar a los Campeones
ser compuesto de los siguientes
Jugadores:
Clin Parris, C. Sampson, P.
Grant, K. Joseph, R. Joseph, J.>
Granger, P. Phillips, W. Holder,
W. Brathwaite, H. Cooper, R.
Holness, D. Brown, Malsolm, J.
Jones, G. Miller, E. Wiley, F.
Waithe y L. Walker Dlr.
El Baseball, Ftbol Softball, Tenis,
Hpica y Boxeo cumplirn etapas muy
significativas para nuestro deporte
El Delegado de Tenis en el Comit Olmpico
y el Presidente de la Federacin de Bisbol
ocupan importantes puestos en esa Directiva
puesta de la siguiente forma:
Presidenta: Germinal Saras-
queta; Vlce-Presidente, Arturo
(llueca; Tesorero, Rmulo Go-
rrichategni; Fiscal, Mximo
Pos; Secretario, Humberto Te-
jada; Sub-Secretarlo, Carlos
Muox.
Los directores Sarasqueta, I-
llueca, Muoz y Ros son nuevos
en la Directiva; Gorrlchategul
ha sido reelecto y Tejada ocup
la pasada temporada el cargo
de Sub-Secretarlo.
G. 8arasqueta es actualmen-
te el Delegado de Tenis en el
Comit Olmpico y A. Illueca es
el Presidente de la Federacin
Nacional del Baseball
Se acord que la nueva Direc-
tiva tomar posesin el prximo
viernes a las 5 p.m. en el Saln
de Descanso de la Planta de la
Cervecera Balboa.
En la Liga estn Inscritos 25
equipos repartidos en la si-
guiente forma: Mayor Masculi-
na S; Menor masculina 15 y
Mayor femenina 3.
Por ACHET
Con la asistencia de los
miembros directores de 'la Liga
Provincial de Basketball de Pa-
nam, sefldrts Rodrigo Baruco
Presidente; Rmulo Gorrlcha-
tegul, Tesorero; y Humberto Te-
jada, Sub-Secretarlo, y de los
Representantes R. 8antos del
Lord Chtesterield, F. Lucianl
del Bam, Luis Segura del Ma-
durito, Menasche del Mauricio,
se nombr ayer la nueva direc-
tiva de la Liga, quedando com-
Las Federaciones de
Herrera y Los Santos
tienen reunin hoy
Por este medio se desea no-
tificar a todas las Sociedades
miembros de las Federaciones
de Sociedades Santeas y Hc-
rreranas que esta noche a las
siete (Hoy sbado) 28 habr u-
na importantsima reunin ge-
neral en los salones de la es-
cuela Nicols Pacheco, frente
al Parque Herrera.
Se extiende esta Invitacin a
los dems miembros de la Con-
federacin Interiorana y a ios
amigos y simpatizadores, asi
como tambin a los miembros
(je la Federacin de Sociedades
Agrcolas de las Provincias de
Panam, Coln y Cocl.
Es de esperarse que esta reu-
nin resultar sumamente con-
currida por cuanto que se tra-
tarn asuntos relacionados a la
JIRA MEDICO A8ISTENCHL
DE HERRERA, la que atraviesa
con- serias dificultades en su ic-
bor de mejoramiento de la Sa-
lud del campesinado, por la fal-
ta de medicamentos.
Asi, pues, a no faltar esta
Aoche a las siete en la Escuela
ltlcols Pacheco para cooro!-
nar planes Inmediatos de tra-
bajo.
Federaciones de Sociedades
Santeas y Herreranas.
Dep. Santo Domingo
ofrece gran festival
bailable esta noche
El Club Deportivo Santo Do-
mingo ofrece esta noche en su
Terraza de calle 4a. un ran
baile amenizado por la popu-
lar orquesta de Angelo Jaspel
de 8 p.m. a 4 am.
Este gran acto Social del San-
to Domingo, forma parte del
programa deportivo social que
tienen para el presente ao es-
tos entusiastas y dinmicos mu-
chachos, y por los preparativos
y entusiasmo que existe, pro-
mete resultar muy concurrido,
animado alegre y satisfactorio
como todos los actos que ofrece
el Club Deportivo Santo Do-
mingo.
Fsica estn
en exhibicin
Una original exposicin gr-
fica tcaba de instalarse en una
de las vidrieras de la anticua
"Casa Anton's" en la Avenida
Central, casi frente al "Caf
Coca Cola". Se trata de unos
grabados en colores sobre el
cuerpo humano (huesos, mscu-
los y rganos de la cavidad
ventral) y visitas de escurslo-
nlsmo y escalamiento cientfi-
co. Esta exposicin la realiza
el Curso de Educacin Fica
de nuestra Universidad, y ha si-
do organizada por el profesor
Alfonso Rojas Sucre. Cada fo-
tografa documental lleva una
leyenda, para informar a los
observadores
El objeto de esta Exposicin
es atraer nuevos alumnos (no-
vatos para el primer ao) al
Curso de Educacin Fsica. Apa-
rece en la vitrina una lista de
las materias que se ensean
en ese Curso, tanto las de or-
den mdico biolgico como Its
tcnicas, las culturales y los
pedaggicas.
Que nosotros sepamos, es la
primera vez que se Intenta u-
na exposicin de este gnero
documental y de propagan-
da tratando de orientar a los
aspirantes a estudios universi-
tarios sobre las caractersticas
de uno de los cursos para pro-
fesorado, en la Facultad de Fi-
losofa. Letras y Educacin. El
aspecto prctico de esta peque-
a exposicin es que el pbli-
co puede ir enterando sobre al-
gunos de los estudios Interesan-
tes que se realizan en nue3tra
Universidad. Por ejemplo, se,
dar cuenta que para Iniciar
estudios de educacin fsica,
hay que poseer un titulo de ba-
chiller o de maestro de ense-
anza primaria; dedicarse por
completo y seriamente al escu-
llo de materias biolgicas y de
ciencias mdicas aplicadas, a-
j como al estudio cientfico de
la gimnasia y los deportes; etc.
Importantes y atractivos even-
tos deportivos se presentar
maana en esta ciudad, y los
deportes del Baseball, Softball,
Futboll, Carreras de Caballos.
Boxeo Profesional y Tenis cum-
plirn etapas muy significativas
para la historia de nuestro de-
porte.
En el BASEBALL tenemos que
los equipos Maran y Centine-
las del Tulra jugarn el se-
gundo encuentro de la Serle Fi-
nal por el Campeonato de la Li-
ga Dlstrltorlal, a las 10 de la
maana en el cuadro de Santa
Rita.
La Liga Darln entregar los
Premios a los ganadores del
Torneo que acaba de finalizar
y jugarn el equipo Campen Bo
la de Oro y un Combinado a las
9 y 15 a.m. en el cuadro de la
Nueva Escuela de Artes y Ofi-
cios en los terrenos del Cangre-
jo.
La Liga de Juan Daz tambin
entregara los Premios a los ga-
nadores de la Temporada y en
el juego de fondo se medirn
el conjunto campen Carta Vie-
ja y un Combinado de la Liga;
el acto comenzar a las 9 y 30
de la maana en el cuadro del
lugar.
Despus en las horas de la
tarde inaugurarn su Tempora-
da Invernal, la Liga de San Fe-
Upe con el juego Bolvar vs
Santo Domingo en el cuadro de
la Playa, situado entre la Igle-
sia de San Francisco y el Insti-
tuto Panamericano; en este
partido lanzar la primera bola
el Lie. Hellodoro patino.
.En SOFTBALL tenemos que
debutarn cuatro equipos de la
Contienda del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros de Panam, y los dos jue-
gos que se efectuarn en el cua-
dro de la Plaza Amador, comen-
zando a las 8 y 30 a.m. estarn
a cargo de los conjuntos; Elec-
tricistas vs Compaa No. 1 y i
Compaa No. 4 vs Banda. I
El FTBOL tendr un pro-
grama atractivo. En la divisin
Mayor iniciarn sus compromi-
sos del Campeonato de Liga,
ANCN VS DITRATI a las 1.30
de la tarde y despus medirn
fuerzas HURACN vs HISPANO
a las 3.IS p.m. en punto, ambos
en la cancha del Estadio O'm-
pico. Adems el Deportivo Dltra-
ni, que ha provocado los ms
variados comentarlos, debutar
en nuestro balompi.
El Ftbol local de Segunda
categora Inaugurar su Cam-
peonato con el Juego Alemn
vs Ambato a las 8 y 45 de la
maana en el Estadio Olmpl-
plco y Juego a las io a.m. cho-
carn Pacfico de 2a. vs Ancn
Jr.
El ftbol del Chorrillo tambin
ofrecer su juego dominical,
EW TENIS, los destacados ju-
gadores Julio Plnllla y Bill Hele
se disputarn el campeonato
Abierto del Istmo como finalis-
tas del Torneo a las 8 y 30 a.m.
en la cancha de la Piscina Olim
pica.
EN EL HIPDROMO de JUAN
FRANCO se correr el Clsico
"Presidente de la Repblica" la
principal prueba hpica del ao
por un premio de B.10.000 y se
disputaran el triunfo, Dictador
Plnard, Rathltn Light, Hualro,
Llnney Head, Main Road. Royal
Coup. Welsh Loch y Phoebus
Apollo.
Y por la noche, los pgiles
Federico Plummer y Kid Evans
se disputarn el CAMPEONATO
K ACIN AL PESO PLUMA DEL
ISTMO y en otra pelea de atrac-
cin tambin, se presentar Leo-
nel Peralta frente a Joe Alien
en el Estadio Olmpico.
Como puede apreciarse, el pro
grama de maana es atractivo
variado y para todos los gustos
y los deportistas y aficionados
tendrn de sobra donde pasar
ratos agradables y emocionan-
tes.
ANTES DEL CLASICO. En la ltima prueba en la cual participaron varios de los ejempla-
res que se enfrentarn en el Clsico Presidente de la Repblica, se impuso el caballo Dictador
con relativa facilidad, a Main Road que por primera ves competa contra les ases de la pista.
El triunfo de Dictador fu fcil como puede observarse claramente en esta fotograf.a Segn*
do lleg Main Road, que realis una presentacin extraordinaria, tercero Welsh Loch y cuar-
to Plnard.
RESIDO FINAL. Aparece aqu el emocionante final en el cual se impuso Wild Wire sobre
Lituana y Pamphlet en una carrera interesante hasta la raya.
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ESTA CORRIENDO MUCHO. El caballo Welsh Fox est presentando magnificas carreras
en Juan Franco. Aqu lo vemos en el momen to en que atraviesa triunfsmente el disco aven-
tajando a Frutal, Callmedear y Gran Da. ___________________________^_
El Clsico Presidente Ser
Reido de Poste a Poste
Crculo Cinematogrfico y Copa chocarn
en atractivo partido de softball maana
Maana a las 10 a.m. en el los cinematografistas no puedan
cuadro de Perejil, se medirn en
un partido amistoso, los equipos
de Softball "Circulo Cinemato-
grfico" y "Copa".
Ambos conjuntos han practi-
cado satisfactoriamente duran-
te la semana para hacerse acre-
dores a la victoria, pero, segn
los entendidos, el que mayor
chance tiene para lograrla es
el conjunto representativo de la
"Copa". Esto no quiere decir que
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Para poder hacer cambios de importancia que
mejorarn el servicio, ser necesario interrum-
pir la corriente elctrica en todos los circuitos
de los sectores comprendidos entre las Calles
"A" y "B", y Calles 12 Oeste y 13 Oeste, el
domingo 29 de Abril de 7:00 a.m. a 9:00 a.m.
COMPAA panamea de fuerza y luz
Esln abiertas las
inscripciones del
bisbol de S. Rifa
La Liga de Baseball de San-
a Rita, que dirige el entusias-
ta deportista Toms Muoz, tie-
ne abiertas las inscripciones pa-
ra la nueva Temporada. Las
competencias comprendern dos
categoras, Mayor y Menor y
las inscripciones son de B. 23 y
B. 15 respectivamente-
Se informa a los Interesados
que los premios de la pasada
temporada se repartirn el da
de la inauguracin de la con-
tienda de Santa Rita.
Dividieron honores
anoche en boliche
Pinocho y Licoreros
ESTADO DE L08 EQUIPOS
(Torneo de .Bolo*)
19 19 .635
.644
Royal.......... ... 85 19 .549
Martini ......... 24 24 .594
Tropical ........ 22 22 .544
Entrometidos ...... ... 22 2 .459
Pinocho .......... 22 2 .458
29 .396
29 .344
darle el gran susto a loe "avia-
dores", pues hay en sus filas
Jugadores de calibre.
EL MIRCOLES LOS DEL
CIRCULO JUEGAN CON
"LA HOP.A"
El partido que maana cele-
brar el equipo del "Crculo Ci-
nematogrfico", les servir de
prctica para su gran partido
del mircoles frente a los ma-
j ageros de "La Hora".
ne como premio la suma de B.
10.000 y los agregados.
Segn la opinin de los en-
tendidos este clsico debe que-
dar entre los ejemplares del
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEPORTIVO CARDENAS
Tendr prctica maana a
.as 9 a.m. en el Gimnasio Na-
cional y se pide puntual asis-
tencia a todas las Jugadoras, ya
que adems se tratarn varios
asuntos de importancia.
Los narizones del Pinocho y
los "Licoreros" del Carta Vieja
dividieron honores en la conti-
nuacin de torneo de bolos Ga-
f Duran, obteniendo 2 puntos
cada equipo, permaneciendo am
bos en la misma posicin. M.
Menasche de los narizones fu
el mejor Jugador de la noche
con 499 puntos; e hicieron jue-
gos de honor A. Icaza y A.
Acrich.
CARTA VIEJA
Hllbert 147 098 154 399
Samaniego 157 159 165 481
Soto 126 123 141 390
Caprlles 135 147 146 428
Icaaa 134 187 160 481
DEPORTIVO HISPANO
Pide a todos sus jugadores de
ftbol del equipo de Primera
Categora la puntual asisten-
cia maana a las 2 y media en
el cuadro del Estado Olimpvao
para cumplir el primer com-
promiso del Campeonato.
Deportivo Azteca
Los Jugadores J. Alvarez, F.
Naranjo, D. Pinzn, R. Quezada,
V. Lpez, H. Alvarez, A. Hicks,
J. A. Jaramillo. E. Arlas, E. Roux
H. Brlssit, E. Sheriff, S. Barnet,
D. Campos, A. Adames, S. Avi-
la, C. John, P. Palma, M. Acos-
t, G. Halman, M. Tufin, R.
Pinzn,, 8. Woodruf, A. Duggan
A. Ayala, J. A. Castillo, R. Me-
rn, E. Rodrguez, C. C, Castillo
M. Urriola. V. Mendoza, A. Ra-
mrez, T. Sllcott. R. Oberto J.
Herrera y V. Patino deben pre-
sentarse el lunes 90 del presen-
te al Estadio Olmpico para tra-
tar asuntos de vital importan-
cia, al as 4.00 p.m.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campe de
Jaeces de SANTA RITA.
Por RDEME
Maana ser el gran da pa-
ia los burreros de franconia. Se
corre la prueba mxima de
nuestro turf, el clsico "Presi-
dente de la Repblica que este
uo promete resultar el ms
reido de todos los celebrados
ltimamente.
En esta ocasin irn al poste
de partidas de los 2.500 metros
nueve ejemplares, todos los cua-
les con bastante opcin de ad-
Stud Blue White, Dictador H-
nard o del Stud cantagallo Ro-
yal Coup Main Road-
Estos cuatro ejemplares ha
tenido destacada actuacin du-
rante este ao y tanto en us
trabajos preparatorios para es-
te clsico, como en sus actua-
ciones en la pista, han demos-
trado excepcionales condiciones.
La prueba se correr a las
cinco de la tarde y ser presen-
ciada desde el Palco Presldcn-
judlcawe esta carrera que tie-' clal, por el Dr. Ajnulfo Arias,
Presidente de la Repblica,
quien asistir acompaado por
los miembros de su gabinete y
por las ms altas autoridades
del gobierno.
El Fiduciario elimin ayer a la
Cervecrera y pas a las finales
El Banco Fiduciario gan el mora, quien logr su cuarta yic-
derecho de Ir a la serie final del
Campeonato Comercial de Soft-
ball al derrotar ayer en Santa
Rita, a la Cervecera seis a dos,
en un partido donde los gana-
dores conectaron nueve impara-
bles y los perdedores dos.
Con esta derrota la Cerve-
ria qued eliminada para en-
trar en la serle.
El lanzador ganador fu Alzo-
Fueron cancelados
los partidos de soft
de hoy y maana
Por estar el campo de Santa
Rita ocupado hoy y maana tn
la maana, fueron cancelados
los partidos de la Liga Comer-
cial de Softball que tenan jue
celebrarse en esas fechas. En
efecto el juego de hoy entre
Packard y Ron Istmeo y el
doble de maana entre Caf
Duran vs. Packard y Control de
Comejn contra Vidrieras Pone,
no se realizarn.
El Campeonato Comercial
continuar el Lunes a las cas-
tro y media con el partido e -
tre Cervecerja y Matas Cerrd
toria con una derrota. Antonio
Luis carg con la derrota. Luis
tiene tres victorias y dos derro-
tas.
En el campo ambos equipos
realizaron dos dobles-plays.
El score:
Fiduciario 942 031 69 9 2
Cerreceria 001 910 92 2 4
Hele se impuso
a Willis y pas
a las finales
El tenista Bill Hele clasific
para las finales del torneo de
tennis por la Copa Spaldlng al
Imponerse en forma que no de-
jo dudas de su gran clase a H.
Willis en las semlnianes por a-
notacln de 8-3 y 8-4.
Como es de notar el jugo
result muy reido y Bill Hole
tuvo que romper una gran de-
fensa para lograr el triunfo.
En esta forma entra este tor-
neo en su etapa decisiva y los
tocar a los tenistas Julio P-
nula y Bill Hele disputarse el
dia de maana la Copa Sp.1-
ding.
Handicap
699
26
714
26
766. 2179
26 78
726 740 792 2257
Acrich
Menasche
Brin
Grimaldo
Barba
PINOCHO
139 179
195 138
156 142
155 149
177 125
133
166
137
160
133
450
499
435
464
1435
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funcional de la vellaa v
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COURVOISIER
THE 5RANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
Thomas pelear con
el ganador del match
Gaviln vs. Bratton
LONDRES, Abril 27 (UP) Lew
Busrton representante en Euro-
a del Club Internacional de
oxeo anunci que el britnico
Eddie Thomas, campen Welter
de Europa y del Imperio Brit-
nico se enfrentar este verano
en los Estados Unidos al gana*
dor de la pelea entre el cuba-
no Kld Gaviln y Johnny Brat-
ton que por el cetro mundial pi-
so welter librar el 18 de Mayo
en Nueva York.
Burston dijo que la fecha y el
sitio de la pelea se lijarn des-
despus que el regrese a los Es-
tados Unidos. Aadi que hizo
arreglos para el encuentro con1
el apoderado de Thomas Sam
Burns, quien desea que se efec-
te en Junio para que Thomas
pueda volver a Inglaterra a de-
fender su titulo campen euro-
peo antes de fines del ao.
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