The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1951
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FIVE CENTS
Senate Probers Brand O'Dwyer
For Aiding N.Y. 'Gangsterism*
... and Going
Land For New
CZ Townsite
Turned Over
Irtately
Arrangements for the transfer of a tract of approxi-
;ly 300 acres of land in the area between Corozal Hos-
pital and the Fort Clayton-Curundu Road from the Army
to The Panam Canal for the development of a new local-
rate townsite were announced jointly by the two agencies
today.
It is one of two new towrcsites which are to be develop-
ed on the Pacific side during the Canal's $80,000,000
quarters construction program. The other site will be in
the vicinity of the Canal Zone Experiment Gardens at
Summit.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED to a chiva at 3:45 pju. yesterday
in a freak accident on Balboa Road. In addition to the visi-
ble damage It drive shaft Is broken, Its body damaged. The
chiva, driven by Ricardo J. Perez, had stopped behind a
private car driven by Helen Barbara Dolan and about to turn
into a driveway. Behind both came a GMC bus carrying
34 passengers. The bus hit the rear of the chiva. Force of
the impact drove it forward, lifted it into the air. It spun
completely around and landed on Its wheels facing In the
opposite direction. Two passengers In the chiva were hurt.
Bui driver Rupert Nix of Panama said his brakes had been
good a few minutes before the crash.
(Photos by Charles Hand)
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Cut In Leave Status Looms
' For Pancanal, Says Wagner
Walter Wagner, Central Labor
Union and Metal Trades Coun-
cil Washington Legislative Re-
presentative, rrports from the
? Capital that the status of the
annual and sick leave laws ap-
Lpears not too bright.
Wagner quotes Chairman of
the Civic Service Commission
i Robert Ramspeck as saying, "I
believe that Government work-
ers should have the same pay,
the same working conditions, and
the same benefits that fair em-
ployers in private Industry offer
Kheir workers. I do not believe
that government employes
k should have more or leas.
"1 personally believe that the
.present legislation on annual
and sick leave should be ex-
amined. Since its original adop-
tion in 1936 several changes have
occurred which lead me to this
conclusion. I have no definite
elan at the moment but hope
> have one soon."
The most important change
.made since 1936 Is the 40 hour
week. It Is believed that Chalr-
man Ramspeck had this is mind.
Since the employe are work-
ing a shorter work week the In-
ference drawn from the remark
Is that a leave cut la in order.
Ramspeck'* remark that he
hoped to have a new plan soon
appears as If the Civil Service
Commission will take the initia-
tive on the leave matter, Wag-
ner says. "It is hard to believe
that this plan would provide for
more leave when there are num-
erous leave cutting bills already
In Congress. Therefore, we can
expect the Civil Service Com-
mission to ask for a reduction In
leave.
"It is virtually certain that
Congress will take definite action
on cutting leave this session if
the Civil Service Commission
sponsors a leave cutting plan."
Wagner has contacted all Re-
presentatives and Senators who
have Introduced leave cutting
legislation.
He has the assurance of each
that they will introduce an
amendment to exclude the Pan-
am Canal, except Representa-
tive Otto E. Passman of Louisia-
na. Representative Passman's
Bill H. R. 3714 not only cuts the
number of days, but prohibits ac-
cruing annual leave.
Representative Passman does
not believe the employes on the
Canal Zone should have any
more leave than other Federal
Employes, but has assured Wag-
ner that he will amend his bill
to allow the Canal Zone work-
ers to accrue their leave so that
they can take rest leave every
three years.
Surveys of both areas are be-
ing undertaken immediately by
the Engineering and Construc-
tion Bureau units preliminary to
actual townsite planning, site
preparation, and installation of
municipal facilities. The sum of
$11,070,000 has been requested
for the building program in the
1952 fiscal year, beginning next
July, and a large part of this
money will be spent on the deve-
lopment of the two new towns.
Negotiations for the transfer
of the land north and east of
Corozal have been In progress
for several months. Certain sti-
pulations of the Army with re-
gard to the transfer have been
accepted in principle by the Ca-
nal and the details of these are
still to be finally adjusted.
The tract of land Is generally
north of Corozal Hospital and
the Quarantine Station. It strad-
dles the Army road which con-
nects Fort Clayton Hospital and
the Army post of Corotal. The
land is gently rolling terrain
with the highest point less than
300 feet In altitude.
Yellow Tide Follows Red Streaks
In Bay; Fish Killed By The Ton
A iDlphur-hued "yellow tide" wag observed this morn-
1ML F"r F,n P'llwV where thousands of bit cat-
i.#iW'J? k,Ued etr,y Dv th ont-of balance marine
lire in the water of Panama Bay. Some of the dead fish
were three feet long.
Buiiards by the thousands and Panama Canal sani-
tation men In lesser numbers were doing away in short
order with the stench that started after tons of fish
were caaght In the tidal estuary by colored water de-
scribed by observers as the Ted tide" that has appear-
ed off and on for the past month.
MS* the water in the estuary was red yesterday
*" 4*r ">ed yellow conld not be determined.
his morning streaks of the red tide were still dis-
cernible tome 20 yards off Far Fan beach, not far from
spillway, though bathers there were swimming in
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Samples of the waters at these locations and other
"jaches are being taken regularly to be analyzed for
won and also to determine the cause of the "bloom-
ing" of the marine life.
n.tl'?t Sm,B. W- E,ton- of at* Manama Canal's
Sl^l-lP**'^ Lb*tory. told The Panama American
u!hH* th*,.,he WM ,tUI unab,e to *' scientific
Mentirieation of the cause of the red tide h*re, but it
Sas been discovered that it is not the product of the
IwMst'lo 1946 4Th,ch cau*4 similar phenomenon off
Congress To Probe
MacArthur Ouster
Behind Closed Doors
WASHINGTON. May 1, (UPJ
Senate investigators decided by
an almost straight party line vote
to open their dramatic investiga-
tion'into Gen. Douglas MacAr-
thur's ouster as Far Eastern com-
mander behind closed doors.
But they held out the possibili-
ty of public hearings later. Sen.
Richard B. Russell, D., Ga.,
chairman of the group, said
transcripts of the hearings will
be given newsmen after all mili-
tary secrets have been screened
out.
Sen Wayne Morse, R., Ore.,
said there is a "rising tide of de-
mand from the American people
that they be given more infor-
mation."
When Sen. Russell B. Long. D.,
La., protested that open hearings
might give Russia restricted In-
formation, Morse replied;
"Democracy is stronger if we
do take that risk."
At Murfreesboro, Tenn, Mac-
Arthur's aide, Ma]. Gen. Court-
ney Whitney, said the general
"hasn't given much thought one
way or the other" to the question
of whether his testimony should
be private or public.
The hearings will begin Thurs-
day with MacArthur as the lead-
off witness. He will be followed
by Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall and members of t!ie
Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Pen-
tagon has said they will air "ba-
sic differences" with MacArth'ir.
In London British Foreign Of-
fice sources said Britain is now
prepared to go along with she
United States If that country de-
cides to bomb Red bases in Man-
churia.
This is a sharp reversal of pre-
vious British policy on this sub-
ject.
The tract is heavilywooded and
will require a con a 1 d e r a b le
amount of clearing before the
work of grading and installa-
tion of facilities, such as access
roads, streets, sewer and water
lines, can begin. It is planned to
begin this work as soon as funds
are available in fiscal year 1952.
The principal quarters build-
ing program in this area and at
Summit will not be started until
the fiscal year 1953.
Part of the land which will be
used for the new local-rate
townsite near Corozal is already
under the Jurisdiction of The
Panam Canal. The area to be
transferred is roughly a half
mile wide along the northeast-
ern boundary line and extending
to within a short distance of the
Fort Clayton-Curundu Road.
The new Pacific townsite for
U.S.-rate employes is to be de-
veloped simultaneously with the
one north of Corozal Hospital.
The proposed townsite at Sum-
mit is still to be delineated and
will depend on an evaluation of
two proposed areas now In pro-
gress by the Engineering Divi-
sion. The evaluation will be bas-
ed on preliminary field surveys
already completed.
The building of two new towns
on the Pacific side will make
available houses required when
large areas In existing towns are
cleared and rebuilt. Among the
large areas to be cleared of old
quarters are those in La Boca,
Balboa, Ancon, Balboa Heights,
Red Tank and Pedro Miguel.
Balboa Tides
Wednesday,'May 2,1951
High Low
1:05 a.m. 7:68 a.m.
1:32 p.m. 7:44 p.m.
Reds Shift
Forces For
New Push
TOKYO, May 1 (UP). End-
I .s' streams of Chinese troops
and supply vehicles clogged high-
ways leading toward the Allied
defense line on the central Ko-
rea front today.
A further ominous buildup of
Red force was reported farther
east as the Reds pulled back
from the bristling Rldgway Line
protecting Seoul in the west.
The Reds appear to have shift-
ed the emphasis from Seoul to
the Central Front routes to
South Korea.
Allied planes and artillery along
the Han River had a field day as
the Chinese moved forward reck-
lessly In broad daylight towards
the west central front.
A drive down the Chunchon-
Hongchon corridor would be de-
signed to ram through to the Al-
lies communications network in
South Korea and cut Seoul off
from supplies.
Allied aircraft destroyed or
damaged a record 700 of the 3.000
Red vehicles spotted yesterday.
Intensive ground fire shot
down two Mustangs.
, In perfect flying weather the
planes were ranging North Ko-
rea again today to follow up yes-
terday's successes.
In a Jet dogfight United States
Sabres probably destroyed one
and damaged four Mlgs.
Loaded Ore Ship,
Pried Free In Canal,
Found Undamaged
CRISTOBAL, May 1 The
ore ship Venore was discovered
today to have been undamaged
by her grounding yesterday on
the west bank of the Canal
near San Pablo beach. Late this
morning a Panama Canal diver
who had examined the hull of
the ship, which is carrying 23,-
800 tons of iron ore from Cruz
Grande to Baltimore and found
her Intact.
The ship was granted a sea-
worthy certificate by American
Bureau of Shipping Surveyor
L. M. Breece and was expected
to proceed to sea later today.
An investigation into the
cause of the accident will be
held later, the date not yet fix-
ed, by Canal officials.
The 582-foot, 8,561-ton Venore
was pulled off the clay bank
four miles north of Gamboa at
7:47 p. m. yesterday, only a
short time later it had been
(Continued on Page 6, Column 5)
Manifesto
Assails US
Money In RP
A May Day manifesto, urging
the peoples of Panama to unite
in an effort to better living and
working conditions and lower
living costs, was being distribut-
ed today around the streets of
Panama City.
The manifesto, which bore the
printed signatures of Juan Nieto,
Miguel A. Porcell, Manuel J. He-
rrera, Luis Avila, Santiago Agnew
and Marta Matamoros, attacked
foreign capital, "a commerce
based on foreign merchandise,
almost entirely from the United
States."
Declaring that national econo-
my of the Republic is "strangled"
by "commercial monopolies and
foreign governments," the mani-
festo declares that statistics from
the Comptroller General show
that $18 million of the worth of
Panama's $35 million in in-
dustries belongs to the Fuerza y
Luz; that agriculture Is worth
only $8 million, of which $6'/2
million belongs to the United
Fruit Company.
To combat such influences, the
manifesto declares, the working
class of Panama must unite with
national Industries and agricul-
ture to break the grip "on Pana-
ma of land-holders and business
magnates."
"But could the Panamanian
workers' movement attain such
objectives under present condi-
tions?" the manifesto asks, and
answers Itself that this can be
done only through union and or-
ganization, with each group put-
ting to one side Its individual
ideologies and Its personal fears.
Declaring that the Government
does nothing to help, the mani-
festo asserts that the legitimate
slndlcates are "persecuted" un-
der the pretext of combatting
Communism.
Concluding, "With faith in the
triumph* of our Just cause we
shall triumph," the manifesto
ends "Viva May I."
Sailfish Club
Furniture Goes
On Sale Saturday
Furniture and equi p m e n t
owned by the Pacific Sailfish
Club will go on sale at 9 a.m.
next Saturday.
Prices on the furniture and
equipment were placed last
Saturday by members of a
committee in charge of closing
out the club building.
Proceeds from the sale will
be applied against the club's
indebtedness.
' WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP) The United States
Senate Crime committee (Kefottver Committee) in a un-
animous report on its year -long study of organized crime
and political corruption, cbM i that the etions of Wil-
liam O'Dwyer, former mayor of New York ard now United
States Ambassador to Mexico "contributed to-the growth
of organized crime, racketeering and gongsterism. in Now
York." ^^B
The committee said O'Dwyer had been on terms of
intimate friendship with friends of Racketeer Joe
and "King Maker" Fr
York crime syndicate.
and "King Maker" Frank Costello leaders in the
le h
The committee said: "During Mr. O'Dwyer's term of
office as attorney of Kings County between 1940 and
1942, and during his occupancy of the mayoralty from
1946 to 1950, neither he nor his appaimtees took any ef-
fective action against the top echeloWLf the gambling,
narcotics, waterfront, murder or bookXJIing rackets."
The report continued: "In fact
O'Dwyer's actions Impeded pro-
mising investigation of such
rackets.
"His defense of public officials
derelict In their duties, and his
actions in nvestgations of cor-
ruption, and his failure I to fol-
low up concrete evidence of orga-
nized crime, particularly In the
case of Murder Incorporated and
the waterfront, have contributed
to the growth of organized crime,
racketeering and gangsterism in
New York city."
The committee conceded that
O'Dwyer had unquestionably ac-
The committee said Costello
had complete domination of
Tammany Hall the Democratic
Party organization in Manhat-
tan In 1942, and despite his
protestations Costello still wields
sinister lnfleuce in the party's
councils.
Some of Costello's testimony
before the committee was per-
jured, the reports said, recom-
mending action to revoke the
Italian-born gangster's citizen-
ship, and also his prosecution
for perjury and for violation of
the gambling laws in Louisiana
Conviction on these two counts
complished many noteworthy wouId probably make ,t p^jug
achievements as mayor. It added to deport him >>*""*
that, it would unfair to say The Senate'commute* found
committee was interested "give
anything like a complete picture
of O'Dwyer's accomplishments in
public office."
Charges Against
Cashier Dismissed,
Then Reliled On CZ
Two charges of failing to ac-
count promptly for government
funds, brought April 11 against
Mrs. Mina Dee, former cashier
at the Panama freight house
were dimlssed this morning for
failure of the government to pro-
secute.
At 11 a.m., however, the two crioed the tremendous flow Of
Nerve-Wracked Vogeler Lands
In NY On Way To Hospital
NEW YORK, May 1 (UP)
Robert A. Vogeler nerve-
wracked by 17 months of Com-
munist imprisonment re-
turned today to his homeland
which paid ransom for his re-
lease.
The American businessman
and his family arrived aboard
a commercial airliner on a
flight arranged by the State
Department to get him quickly
The plane left London at 4:45
p.m.
Crew members said Mrs.
Vogeler laughed and Joked
during the trip from Frank-
furt, but that Vogeler ap-
peared pale and drawn. They
said he took out crisp new
>5, $10 and $20 bills to pur-
chase compartments in order
The Vogelers boarded another
Pan American plane at Frank-
furt.
Earlier, American intelligence
agents ringed the Tulln air-
field, 12 miles north of Vienna,
and barred newsmen from near-
Ins; the plane until Just before
the takeoff. Neither Vogeler nor
his beautiful blonde wife, Lu-
cille, made statements. They
to get some sleep.
Vogeler wept as he boarded and their two sons, Bobby, 11.
the plane in Vienna and dis- and Billy, 9. and Mrs. Vogeler's
as far as possible from his Iron patched a message to President sister, Pla, were taken to the
Curtain prison in Hungary. Truman and Secretary of State field secretly.'
Dean Acheson. thanking them "We aie pretty happy that
Vogeler, 39, was protected by for the United States govern- we flnallj have a chance to
security agents and armed ment's long effort and success get back to the States and so
guards from the time he left in freeing him from a night- Is Daddy,' Bobby told news-
Vienna yesterday through this marish prison term in Com- men. "But we are sure going
morning's landing at Idlewlld munlst Hungary. to miss our Austrian driver. He
Airport. He handed the message to was a great pal when we need-
He will be taken to a hosoital u- s- H1n Commissioner Wal- ed him most."
for treatment for a nervous ter J Donnelly who would say Anton, the Vogeler's Austrian
breakdown that followed hu on'y tnat "u waa a very Wuch- butler- wU1 follow the family
dramatte release after 14 ln message and it came right later. He will finish the crat-
months of so ita?v oonfnem^nt rom the heart" ,n of furniture and other
months of solitary confinement. vogeler. a vice president of items the family was forced to
..M-t.-t i __... the International Telephone leave behind,
f th. w-^,..n.i 3"ie went and Telegraph Co.. served 17 Vegeler sobbed as he hand-
. a %}t>atlonal Telephone months of a 15-year sentence ed Donnelly the message thank-
and Telegraph Company. Vog- Ior espionage before he was re- ing Mr. Truman and Acheson
eler has been absent from the leased in return for United for the government's long ef-
Unlted States for over five states recognition of "Just Hun- fort to obtain his release. He
Pan American's recolar garlan claims." was in tears again as he board-
to New York flight He and his family left heavl- ed the plnne In Vienna.
ry-uarc ed Tulln airport In Col. Grant Williams, retired
Vienna's Soviet Zone aboard.a manager of ITT holdings In
Pan American Airways trans- Austria said Vogeler was "much
port. better today."
wa delayed SO minutes to
enable Vogeler and his fam-
ily to make connections and
get home as seen as-possible.
charges, signed by Chief Inspec-
tor J. R. Williams were reflled
and a warrant issued for Mrs.
Dee's re-arrest. If this warrant is
served, The Panama American
was told, the case will be called
at 1:30 p.m. with the govern-
ment announcing It is ready to
proceed.
The dismissal of the two charg-
es came early this morning In
Balboa Magistrate's Court when
Assistant District Attorney Kay
Fisher moved for another con-
tinuance because several govern-
ment witnesses were not present.
Their absence was laid to today's
holiday in Panama. The missing
witnesses were rounded up later.
Defense counsel Woodrow de
Castro objected to the con-
tinuance and moved for dismis-
sal, a motion which was grant-
ed by Judge Ralph Chittlck.
Official entry shows the dis-
missal "because of the govern-
ment's failure to prosecute
timely."
The first two continuances,
on April 11 and 18, were on
the motion of the defense coun-
sel. The last continuance, on
April 25 was an motion of the
government
Mrs. Dee Is charged with hav-
ing failed to account for $20
last Dec. 15 and for another
$20 on Dec. 22, while she was
working at the Panama freight
house.
Somoza Again
Officially Rules
In Nicaragua
MANAGUA. May 1 (UP)Gen-
eral Anastasio Somosa became
president of Nicaragua again to-
day, being sworn in before Con-
gress and more than 30 foreign
missions in ceremonies held in
the national stadium here.
All American nations were re-
presented except Guatemala,
with which Nicaragua has no di-
plomatic relations.
The occasion was marked by
the resumption of diplomatic re-
lations with Cuba.
The inauguration was followed
by a review of Nicaragua's armed
forces, including tanks and air-
craft.
crime Is infinitely greater in the
United States now than It was
years ago.
It said fighting crime was
largely a local problem.
_ The report also rapped Gov.
Fuller Warren of Florida and
Gov. Forrest Smith of Missouri.
It said Warren allowed the
power of his office "to be used
by Chicago's Capone syndicate
to muscle into Miami Beach
gambling."
. MJPF Sm|th the committee
found "incredible" his assertions
tnat he did not discuss Klvine
2% to slain Democrat"!"
boss Charles Binaggio In return
ior his political support.
Unking the Mafia with the
"areotlcs trade the report des-
marihuana into the United
States from Mexico.
The committee noted a "sharo
upur,Pe ln tne narcotics traffic/
!J an outbreak of youthful
addiction" in large cities.
The committee repeated' Its'
conviction that the sinister Ma-
fia Sicilian Black Hand so-
ciety is the oement which
Joins the New York and Chicago
crime syndicates and their lesser
associates elsewhere.
Youth Held For
Bicycle Theff
Near Balboa Gym
A 19-year-old Panamanian
boy, seen yesterday afternoon
as he helped himself to a bi-
cycle near the Balboa gym, was
held for District Court trial af-
ter preliminary hearing today
on a charge of subsequent pet-
ty larceny.
The bicycle which Agustn
Sunlgan. alias Luis Chantreel,
was making off with when he
was seen belonged to Vasllie
Crlsan.
Sunlgan's ball was fixed at
$250.
Despite his comparative youth,
Sunlgan has a record of eight
convictions in the Balboa court,
three of them for petty larceny.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT
Cargo and Freight-Ships and PlanesArrivals and Departures
NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1M]
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal

S.S. Chiriqui ...................................April 3
S.S. Fiador Knot...............................Milt 1
8.8. Chiriqui................................!....M 14
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................May 83
(Handluia Refrlerralrd rhlllt-d an* Omrral Cant)
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
------H-----------------__-----------------------------,-------------
8.8. Cape Cod ........................... ......May 4
SJS. Cape Cumberland ...................;..,.-..May 12
S.S. Cape Ann -----/.............................May 20
S.S. Cape Avinof................................May 26
rrellbl sallin* Wcckl from Havana l Cristobal \
Weekly Sailing to New iork, U Angele*. San Standee*. Seattle
Ocrailenal Hailing* to New Orleans and. Mobile.
(The Steamers In thl* service are limited to twelve pawngen)
Ttrnnsn Frelghi alllngi rrom Cristobal to West Csw Central Anerlea
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
8.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......May 1
S.S. Chiriqui .....(Passenger Service Only).....May 15
S.S. Chiriqui ..................................May 29
TELEPHONES:
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The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1844
Mall Lines Ltd.
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BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* .................May 2nd
M.V. "LORETO"......(Calls at Buenaventura)... .May 3rd
TO UNITED XINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".....................May 28th
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M.V. "SARMIENTO" .......................... May 3rd
M.V. "LOBOS" ..................................".May 8th
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "SCHIEDYK" ................................May 3rd
S.S, "LOCH GARTH"' .....................,....May 4th
TO UK/CONTINENT
8.8. "BERBICE"" ................................May 2nd
B.S. "LOCH RYAN"...............................May 25th
cepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available for passengers.
All Sailings Subject lo Chance Without Notice.
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Braniff Gets
Safety Award
Por completing another year
of safe flying in Latin America,
Braniff International Airways
today received a 1930 Inter-
American Aviation Award from
the Inter American Safety
Council in New York, It was
announced by Don Orefe, man-
ager of Braniff for Panama and
Ecuador. ,
The certificate cited Braniff
'for flying 43,335,071 revenue
passenger miles in 1050 on Its
Latin American routes without
Injury to passenger or crew
member. It was signed by Pre-
sident R. J. Farlow and Secre-
tary Harold J. Segrave.
The airline has received simi-
lar safety awards for e,very year
It has operated In the interna-
tional air transport field. For
Its operation in the United
States, it has also received safe-
ty- citations for 17 of the 18
years In which they have been
awarded, by the U. S. National
Safety Council. In Its domestic
service in the U. S. alone Bra-
niff has currently flown over
1,600,000,000 passenger miles
without fatality.
From the Houston, Texas air
gateway, Braniff Flys DC-4
planes and DC-6 sleeper liners
Over a 6,554-mile route to Cuba,
Panama, Ecuador, Per, Boli-
via, Paraguay, Brazil and Ar-
gentina.
Airmail Pioneer
Vincent B. Waters, executive
officer for the U.S. Assistant
Postmaster general, was a visitor
here last week. He arrived Friday
by Panagra from South America
and left Saturday to return to
Washington.
Ho had been touring South A-
merica, where he had gone a-
boaid one of the Moore McCor-
mack line to Rio de Janeiro.
Formerly director of the inter-
national postal service, he Is cre-
dited with having taken major
.step3 to set up and maintain In-
ternational air mall service.
During his visit here he was
shown the Canal Zone by postal
inspector E. B. Oberg and Postal
Customs and Immigration Chief
James Marshall.
.JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BI OSWALD IACOBV
Written for NEA Service
Eastward Ho
William H. Kennison, former
employe of the Mechanical Divi-
sion, returned to the Isthmus
yesterday this time In his own
small boat with his wife and
their four daughters, aged 13 to 2
years, as crew.
The boat Is the auxiliary ketch
Zephyr which Kennison built
himself. He had worked here
from March, 1043, to March, 1043,
as a boat builder and sheet me-
tal worker. From the Isthmus he
went to Honolulu where, accord-
ing to recent news stories, he and
his family lived aboard the ketch.
The baby, Janet, has never
known a home ashore.
They made the Honolulu-Los
Angeles part of their voyage In
25 days, and left San Diego last
Dec. 28, stopping at a number of
Mexican and Central American
ports before they pulled Into the
Balboa Yacht Club yesterday
morning. They are en route to
Boston and Kennlson's former
horn In Beverly.
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rived April 24 from Vancouver a-
board the freighter Ding wall. He-
lias been held In Jail and at the
quarantine station pending repa-
triation. He was sent home yes-
terday on the SS Loch Avon,
PSNC agents.
HaU of Fame
Take in Vinal Cut
Two of PAA's airmen have been
placed in American Aviation Ma-
gazine's Hall of Fame. One is
Cap!. Richard W. Vinal, assistant
chief pilot of the Latin American
division: the other Is Capt. Hen-
ry C. Krlstofferson of the Pscl-
Ilc-Alaska Division.
Capt. Vinal was cited for su-
pervision of engineering nd
flight testing which led to CAA
approval of an increase In gross
weight of the C-48 cargo clippers,
making it possible to boost pay-
load on the cargo planes by 3,000
pounds.
Vinal has also set up DC-6 op-
eration for PAA's Mexican atrl-
late, Compaa Mexicana de
Aviacin, during 1950 and super-
vised PAA's tests with Aerojet
JATO units on the Convair type
clippers.
Krlstofferson. a former Latin
American Division pilot, was cit-
ed for his work with the Korean
air lift across the Pacific.
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forcing to game; It also hints em-
phatically at a slam. The hint
may be so strong that the part-
ner is compelled to go past game
even though h has a very weak
hand.
For example, consider the
South hand shown today. At first
glance, It is almost worthless; but
it seems to grow in value as the
North player makes one power-
ful bid after another.
When North finally shows sup- L
port for a spade suit that has
been bid only once, he promises a
strong four-card spade bidding.
Moreover, North has opened the
bidding In hearts and therefore
must have a five-card heart suit.
The Jump shift in diamonds
should show at least three card3
In that suit. Hence North cannot
have more than a singleton in
clubs.
When the hand was actually
bid, South read the message. He
knew that North was trying to
show a hand that was Just short
of an opening two-bid, with tht
distribution Just described. Hence
South nerved himself to bid the
slam even though he had three
small cards In the unbid suit and
a generally weak hand.
The play was as interesting as
the bidding. West opened the
king of clubs, holding the trick,
and then shitted to a trump. It
looked easy for a moment, but
South thought the problem
through to the end.
It looked as though South
should simply ruff two clubs in
dummy, draw trumps, and cash
all the high cards. But If South
tries that plan, he may stub his
toe.
For example, suppose South
wins the first round of trumps,
ruffs a club In dummy, gets back
to his hand with a trump, and
ruffs another club In dummy.
Now how does be get back to his
hand to draw the last trump?
Three rounds of diamonds mlgnt
permit an opponent to ruff;
while three rounds of hearts
might give West an ovefruff.,
To guard against these dangers.
South won the first trump trick
with dummy's ace, cashed the
ace of hearts, and then led to the
king of spades. Next he led the
ten oi hearts to dummy's king
and ruffed a heart In his own
hand. West could not over-ruff
the ten o spades, go discarded.
South next, led to the king of dia-
monds and ruffed another heart
with the queen of spades.
It was now easy to get to dum-
my by ruffing a club (without any
serious danger of an over-ruff)
Dummy could then draw the ait
trump, and the hand could be
shown.
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West Indies A Central America.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE

Cattlemen Say Black Market
Will Follow Meat Price Cut
nr
CHICAGO, May 1, (UP) The
nation's meat producen warned
today thit the Government1
prlre rollback will result In short-
ages rationing and black mar-
kets.
A tew livestock experts paid
ranchers might stage a "seller's
trlke," holding cattle olf the
market and refusing to produce
animals.
Most retail butchers and some
wholesalers, however, seemed to
iayor the Government's move al-
though they admitted that the
regulations could bring an in-
crease In prices on some cuts of
meat In certain cities.
Producers, from ranchers to
packers, were almost solidly a-
galnst the rollbacks ordered 'by
Price Controller Michael V. J)l-
Salle.
H. C. Conway, director of rc-
learch for the National Livestock
Producers' Association, said "the
cattle and meat market will snl't
over to a black market basis.'
The American Meat Institute
charged that the rollback was a
steptoward rationing "which ev-
erybody knows the public does
not want."
The longer the controls last I he
AMI said, "the greater opportu-
nity there is for black market op-
erations."
Spokesmen In the big-produc-
ing states of Texas and Nebraska
were almost solidly against the
order.
The Texas and Southwest Cat-
tle Raisers' Association, with &,-
000 members in Texas, New Mex-
ico, Oklahoma and Louisiana,
said farmers were "bitter and
discouraged." President Ray Wil-
lougby said the order "will start
the black market all over again."
He said it was "unfair" to the
cattle industry.
W. R. Watt, president of the Ft.
Worth, Tex., Fat Stock Show, said
ranchers would suffer because
the beef cutback didn't "roll onck
other commodities the rancher
has to buy. such as labor."
Some meat prlc; will rise !n
chert aln cities despite the price
rollback by the government, re-
tailers warned. However, price
tags on such popular items as
hamburger and rib roast w!U
have to drop.
On fancy cuts such as sirloin
and even roundsteak, prlc.s
mlcht rise. This would be espe-
cially true where butchers have
been offering bargains to move
big supplies that housewives re-
fused to buy at higher prices.
A check with one chain show-
ed, for example, that sirloin could
rise 11 cents at Denver, eight
cents at St. Louis and New York,
and 18 cents at Chicago. But the
price of sirloin would go down 36
cents at Los Angeles.
PC Navigation Chief Rita Gives Up Skis,
Transfers To Frisco T T r A,
Lions, Horses, Aly
Mrs. MacArthur Turns Deep South'
Homecoming Over To 6My General'
j
MURFREESBORO, Tenn., May
1 (UP). Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur tried to stay in the back-
round for his wife's homecoming
here but she gave the floor to
"my general" who then told a
cheering throng that he grew up
"with a rebel yell ringing In my
ears."
At the climax of the Deep South
reception her old friends brought
Mrs. MacArthur forward in cere-
monies at the football field to
make a speech.
The happy, smiling guest of
honor shouted over the cheers
that "I leave that up to the gen-
eral, and here is my general."
MacArthur grinned and took
his wife's hand, then addressed
the oulckly stilled crowd of about
10,000: |
"I come to Murfreesboro as
Jean's husband. Never In my life
have I felt a higher sense of
distinction."
"Fourteen years ago, I married
this lovely woman.,r MacArthur
continued slowly.
"How she has managed to put
up with me during all these long
years is quite beyond my com-
Krehenslon. But by my side, she
as shared my life with a loyalty,
devotion and affection that
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Applications Sfill
Being Accepted
For C.Z. Exams
Applications are still being ac-
cepted for typist and stenograph-
er examinations for positions in
the Canal Zone in accordance
with Announcement CZ-1, 1951,
under which examinations were
given in March at both Balboa
and Cristobal.
This Is a continuous open an-
nouncement under which ap-
fllcatlons for the next examina-
lon for stenographer-typist po-
sitions in the Canal Zone will
continue to be accepted.
Applicants who received a rat-
ing of ineligible on the examina-
tion, which will be given when a
sufficient number of applications
have been received.
Application forms may be ob-
tained from the U. S. Board of
Civil Service Examiners, Room
102 Administration Building,
Balboa Heights: from the stamp
windows of the postoffices at
Balboa, Ancon, and Cristobal; or
by telephoning 2-3057.
passes all understanding and as
she comes back to visit her old
home on her wedding anniver-
sary, I take an enormous pride
not only In being able to call her
my "beloved wife" but to be able
to cite her to you as my best
and bravest soldier."
But MacArthur had a parting
reminder of his own southern
heritage.
"I am no stranger to the
South." he said. "I am a part of
it. Born in Arkansas of a Virgi-
nia mother, I grew up with the
sound of Dixie and a rebel yell
ringing in my ears."
The crowd went overboard in
its shouting approval to fiat.
"Dad was on the other side,"
the general continued, "but he
had the good sense to surrender
to mother."
It was the smallest of the 10-
day series of MacArthur recep-
tions but what the TennesseA
hillfolk lacked In numbers they
made up with spontaneous
hoopla when the general's ca-
ravan reached the hotel. The
crowd was rather sedate up to
that point.
It may have been the last of
the big MacArthur public ap-
pearances lor the time being. An
aide of the general said he has
no plans after appearing before
the armed services committee in
Washington Thursday in closed
session.
Captain R. S.Bertschy.U.S.N.,
has been assigned to duty In San
Francisco where he will serve as
Inspector General and Director
of the Inspection Department,
Western Sea Frontier.
He and Mrs. Bertschy will leavt
the Isthmus Friday.
Captain Bertschy has served as
Chief of the Navigation Division
of The Panama Canal since last
July. He was Port Captain at Cris-
tobal from September 1948, when
he was assigned to the Canal or-
ganization, until he became Chief
of the Navigation Division.
No successor has been assigned
to assume Captain Bertschy's du-
ties at Cristobal.
ISTHMIAN DATA
of
Marriage Licenses
DAVIS. Malcolm Tarver. 23
Fort Kobbe. formerly of Ranger,
Ga., to JONES, Iris Janice, 23. ol
Balboa, formerly of Trenton, N.J.
GRIFFITH, Thomas Perry, 37,
of Fort Clayton, formerly of 3c-
thesta, Md., to DRONENBURO,
Katharine Lorraine, 33, of Curun-
du, formerly of Rockvllle, Md.
NEW YORK, May 1 (UP
Rita Hayworth announced she
wants a permanent separation
from her Prince Alv Kahn be-
cause he has other Interests that
keep him from giving her a "hap-
, py and contented home life."
The Hollywood glamour >lrl
turned princess said that Aly's
extensive social obligations and
I far flung interests make it im-
possible for her to be a happy
housewife.
Hr chief interest is the wel-
fare of her two children, she said.
The prince's interests include
lion hunting in Africa, skiing in
Switzerland, automobile racing
on the Riviera and horse racing
almost anywhere, but especially
to France and England.
He said only yesterday in Paris
that he was happy with his prK-
cess and that rumors of a separ-
ation were ridiculous. Earlier he
said he couldn't join her In Ame-
rica because the European horje
racing season was in full swing
and everybody knows how he
feels about horses.
It was the second time Miss
Hayworth had ended a marriige
because her husband had i-o
many Interests besides her.
She divorced actor-director Or-
son Welles in 1947 because, she
said, he was so busy being a gen-
ius he didn't have time to be a
husband.
Miss Hayworth said that end-
ing her story-book marriage of
less than two years was a "diffi-
cult decision."
Her marriage with Aly, follow-
ing an International courting
trip, was one.of the greatest-
publicized marriages in history.
Seven months afterward, their
daughter was born, prematurely.
The first strong hints of a rift
developed early this year, while
Rita accompanied her husband
throughout Africa on a hunting
trip.
Last month, she abruptly left
him in Africa, returned to France
and mailed for the United States.
The fabulously wealthy Moslem
prlr.ee is Miss Hayworth's third
husband. She was first married,
at 17, t# Texas oil man Edward
C. Judson. Following her dlvqrce
In 1942, she married Welles.
Ex-Isthmian Postal
Inspector Is Honored
In Adopted Hometown
' Stacey C. Russell, who, un'il
his retirement during the >ar;y
1940's was Canal Zone Postal In-
spector, has made a niche for
himself in his adopted hometown
of Highlands, North Carolina.
Always active on the Canal
Zone in church and communtly
work, Russell did not give these
up when he moved to North Car-
olina.
Russell has Just been honored
by the Highlands Community
Hospital board of trustees of
which he Is chairman, for his suc-
cessful work for the new hospi-
tal.
"The Franklin Press and The
Highlands Maconlan," a copy of
which has Just been received here
reports that a large photograph
of Russell was recently unveiled
and hung on a wall of the hospi-
tal reception room.
Russell was well-known on the
Isthmus not only for his postal
and community service but abo
for his photographs which orris-
mented local Christmas cards for
many years.
Recreation Program
Volunteer Workers
To Meet Thursday
A meeting of volunteer work-
ers for the 8ummer Recreation
Program in Cocoli will be held at
7 p.m. Thursday in the Cocoli
Gymnasium.
All those who have already vo-
lunteered to help with the sum-
mer program and any new work-
ers who wish to volunteer are
ureed to attend.
Hie summer program at Co-
coli will be planned at this meet-
ing and supplies will be ordered
for the summer classes.
At the close of the meeting a
demonstration of textile paint-
ing will be given for those who
may teach this subject Those at-
tending the meeting are asked
to bring a piece of if aterlal that
has been laundered.
New Doctors Join
PC Health Bureau
Dr. Keith S. Wemmer and Dr.
Charles A. Rose have been em-
ployed by The Panama Canal
Health Bureau.
Dr. Wemmer will be assigned
to duty at the Pedro Miguel Me-
dical Clinic. He and his wife and
two children, Jeffrey, 3. and
Douglas, 2. arrived on the Isth-
mus yesterday on the S. S. An-
con. They came from Toledo,
Ohio.
Dr. Ross will be assigned to
the Colon Dental Clinic. He la
expected to arrive today by air
from Los Angeles.
Wear A Poppy
The Memorial poppy bloom-
ing in hospital wards through-
out the long winter month-.-,
will come forth on Poppy Day to
win their three fold message of
Remembrance, Helpfulness and
Service, straight to the heart
of an understanding America,
as It rests over every toys I
heart.
I am not just a rrepe paper
flower. I am the glowing sym-
bol of the sacrifice made by
that gallant flower of Ameri-
can manhood who*marched a-
way at the call of onr country,
and who sleep here, and are
there, under their white cross-
es, where popples sway and
toss to kiss each cross.
lo remembrance of Americas'
heroic dead, and in helpfulness
to her disabled living and de-
pendents, wear me, on Poppv
Day.
Col. Clark B. Meador
Gets US Assignment
Colonel Clark B. Meador of
Gorgas Hospital has been reas-
signed to duty at the U. 8. Army
Hospital, Camu Plckett, Virginia.
.He and his wife and two children,
have left the Isthmus.
Colonel Meador has served as
Assistant Chief of the Medical
Service at Gorgas Hospital since
last July. He came here In July
1949 as a senior resident at the
hospital.
Births
HARROUCHE, Mr. and Mrs.
Jose, of Colon, daughter, April
26, Colon Hospital.
RAMOS, Mr. and Mrs. Angel, of
Colon, daughter, April 28. Colon
Hospital.
BAILEY, Mr. and Mrs. Llyala
E.. of Colon, son, April 26, Colon
Hospital.
SANCHEZ, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cial, of Paraso, daughter, April
28. Gorgas Hospital.
BRITTON, Mr. and Mrs. J.. of
Gamboa, son, April 28, Gorgas
Hospital.
MCLEOD. Mr. and Mrs. J.A.. of
Pueblo Nuevo, son, April 28, Gor-
gas Hospital.
UNDERWOOD, Lt. and Mrs. V.
L., of Fort Kobbe, son, April 28,
Gorgas Hospital.
TERRY, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.. of
Cristobal, daughter, April 28,
Gorgas Hospital.
GRANDI80N. Mr. and Mrs. A,
of Panama, daughter, April 2U,
Gorgas Hospital.
BATES, Mr. and Mrs. E.W., of
Gamboa, daughter, April 29, Gor-
gas Hospital.

SECOND FLOOR
MVENIDA
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Deaths
MARTINEZ, Maria, 22, of Pan-
ama, April 28, Gorgas Hospital.
Several Divisions
Win Safety Awards
Bureau Honor Boll Awards for
the best safety record during
March went to the Health Bureau
and the Engineering and Cons-
truction Bureau, according to
monthly safety statistics In the
latest Issue of the publication
"Safey Zone."
The Division Honor Roll Awards
for no disabling injuries during
the month went to the Electrical,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1M1
Giants Whip Dodgers 8-5 To End Losing Streak
Mage, Jones Team Up
To Stop Brooklyn Squad
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May 1.The Giants at long last
Ended their eleven game losing streak by piling
fc six runs in the first inning against the Dodgers
toid holding on for an 8-6 triumph before a pack-
Id house of 33,962 at Ebbets Field last night.
Indians, AAA's, White Sox Complete
This Season's Biggest Baseball Trade
CIt was the only Major League
ame played yesterday.
P Ever, with the big start, the Gi-
feits had difficulties. The Dodgers
fccktii away at the marfci.i,
knocking out starter Sal Maalie
fa the sixth but reliever Sheldon
one.s had just enough to sr.ve
he victory which the Olanti were
Wondering If they Would ev?r
jain
I The Giants thus pulled tbem -
-selves up two fames short of
'their all-time club losing rcr-
Jord of 13 straight games
-which they suffered in 1944.
. Eddie Stanky. Whltey Lock-
man, Bobby Thomson gotsucces-
t
time In the Inning, singled to put
over two more tallies.
The Dodgers home run punch
quickly asserted itself in the
bottom half of the first when
lead-off batter Gene Herman-
aki and Jackie Robinson both
bolted long ones Into the seals.
The Giants, however, estab-
llahed their final total of etght
runs by picking up two more elf
Hatten In the second on wqlks I o
Irving, Wes Westrum and Alvla
Dark and Thompson's second
straight single.
Peewee Reese doubled and Boc-
ks' Bridges singled him horns in
i ur Dodger second to make it 8-3
and when Maglle walked Robl.n-
vehlts to knock Chris Van Cuyk | son and Gil Hodgea doubled him
home In th sixth It was 8-4.
That was when Jones took over
and he fared fairly well although
Duke Snider propelled one of his
fatter pitches for a tremendous
homer into the upper deck in
center field in the eighth and
Reese led off the ninth with a
triple which Bobby Thomson
grabbed at but couldn't hold.
However. Jones got the next
three batters in order and the .'a-
mlne was over lor the Giants.
the first Inning. 8tanky an
JLoekman singled and Thomson's
double produced the first run.
Monte Irvlng's long fly brought
Jiom; Lockman after which re-
lief pitcher Earl Mossor walked
lhree straight batters to force
pome the third run.
. Hank Thompson, who had been
4n a slump, greeted the third
tiitchetJoe Hattenwith a rim
coring single on his first pitch
knd Stanky. up for the. second
three La Boca Softball Leagues
Nave Total of 500 Adult Players
At the La Boca Playground 500
plajters are registered in three
adult softball leagues which are
aponsored bv the Physical Edu-
cation and Recreation Branch of
the Division of Schools.
The La Boca Senior Softball
League has ten teams In which
the cream of Pacific Side soft-
ball players are participating. In
action In this loop are such
established pitching stars as
Cheney. Louis Walker, 81ms, De
Souza. Bob Ganss. Sidney Tudor.
Bertie Williams, Gerald Dudley.
Rodd.v Prince, and Clarence
Brown.
The La Boca Minor Softball
League is a pepperpot of excite-
ment with the following well-
balanced teams: CYO, Strength
& Health, Deportivo Fergus. St.
Peters. Deportivo Iflll. and Twin
City Rookies. CYO. first half-
.season winner ts now tied with
Deportivo Iflll for final-half sea-
son honors.
Commissary. Post Office, Hous-
ing, Army, Building Division, and
Navy are the .teams In the re-
cently organized Pacific Divi-
sional Softball League which gets
.underway Sunday morning, at 9
o'clock. In this loop senior leagife
players and non-employes of the
Panama Canal, the Army and
the Navy are declared ineligible.
CLEVELAND, May 1 (UP).
The biggest baseball trade of the
year has been completed, and al-'
ready the second guessers are
at work. The deal Involves three
clubs Cleveland, the Phila-
delphia A's and the Chicago
White Sox and seven playets.
There was no cash In the deal.
The way the swap shakes down,
pitcher Lou Brsale Consider-
ed by many a potentially great
left-hander goes to CUveland*
from the As.
That's the key to the whole]
thing. Because In exchange for
Brlssle, and outfielder Paul Leh-
ner, the A's received four play-
n.
Philadelphia added outfielders
Gus Zernlal and Dave Phllley
from Chicago, and pitcher 8am
Zoldak and catcher Ray Murray
from the Indians. The White Sox
Sot lnflelder Orestes Mlnoso from
leveland, and Lehner from the
A's.
The A's in giving up on Brlssle,
added some sorely needed punch
at the plate.
They'll probably use Zernlal
and Phllley as regular outfield-
ers. Zernlal is a 27-year-old long
distance hitter who batted .280
for the White 8ox last season.
But more Important, Zernlal
olouted 26 homers, and drove in
93 runs.
Phllley Is a switch hitter, who
la plenty fast. He hit only .242
for the Sox last year, but drove
in 80 runs, and colletced 14 home
runs. Zoldak, won four and lost
two last season with Cleveland.
But again the A's seem to be get-
ting the better of the deal when
Zoldak's mark Is compared with
Brlssie's. The former A's left-
hander won 7 and lost 19 games
last season. He's already been
charged with two losses this sea-
son.
American League National League
Teams W
Cleveland .... 7
Washington ... 7
New York .... 8
Boston ...,. 7
Chicago......
Detroit.....3
St. Louis......4
Philadelphia ... 1
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Teams W
Boston......10
St. Louis.....6
Brooklyn.....8
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland IN).
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
No games scheduled.
Philadelphia
Chicago ,
Pittsburgh .
Cincinnati .
New York .
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TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N).
Chicago at New York (N).
St. Louis at Boston (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York
(Night Game)
Brooklyn.
Swim Meet Set
For Saturday
At Gamboa Pool

by
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Of course, Brlssle could return
to the form he showed In 1940,
when he won 16 games and lost
11. That kind of pitching could
well mean a pennant for Cleve-
land. Already the Indians have
showed some of the best pitching
in the League.
Cleveland Manager Al Lopez
says he plans to use the strong-
armed Brlssle aa both a starter
and relief pitcher. The 26 year-
old, six-foot-four moundsman
did the same job with the A's.
The gamble for the -Indians
concerned letting go of Mloso.
The versatile Californlan has
been filling in at first base for
the Tribe while Luke Easter was
out with an injury. Mloso bat-
ted .339 with Ban Diego of the
Pacific Coast League last year,
and was leading all Cleveland
hitters so far this season' with a
spanking .461 Mark.
Mloso added to the already
highly-touted Infield sparked by
Chico Carrasquel and Nelson Fox
could be part of a sensational
upsurge for the Sox. The Chica -
LOUISVILLE. May 1 (UP).
Fang are streaming Into Louis-
ville for this Saturday's Ken-
tucky Derby, and the first taste
of Derby fever comes in today's
running of the $10,000 Derby
Trial.
Afield of 14 three-year-olds has Derby calibre.
Many eyes will be on Fanfare,
mainly because he represents Ca-
lumet Farm and is being trained
by fabulous Ben Jones. Fanfare
easily won an allowance race last
week but Jones claimed then that
he does not think the horse is of
been entered in the mile test at
Churchill Downs, final warm-up
for the Classic on Saturday. Only
one horse In the large field is
a certain Derby starter Cain
Hoy Stable's Battle Morn while
the others are in or out depend-
ing on how they do in the Trial.
The others entered for today's
test are Abbe. Sting. Gay Hunter,
Battle Morn is a 3-to-l favorite
to cop this afternoon's gallop.
Bernwood. a son of the great
Bernborougb. is quoted at 4-to-l
while Fanfare gets in at 6-to-i.
Brevlte. Pur Sang, Spur Or, and
The Gink are at 8-to-l odds.
Fighting Back Is at 10-to-l and
the others at 15-to-l.
The other Derby favorites
The Gink. Refund, Bernwood,! Repetolre, Mameluke, Sonic,
Pur Sang, Spur On, King's Hope.
Fanfare, Fighting Back Golden
Birch, Brevlte and King Clover.
Memorial Day Relay
Special Attracting'
Lob Of Interest
frerytWy 1basQa$$(es
,ca-
Gclub already is the talk of the
ague. With six wins and four
losses, the Sox are Just one game
behind the leaders In the stand-
ings. \
Tmr trade Is In the books, but
the fans will talk about and
make comparisons for a
long, long while yet.
'Y' Hoop League
PACIFIC SIDE
Unusual interest is being cen-
tered on the men's 4x100 relay
of the Canal Zone Track and
Field Championships which will
be held on the La Boca Ball Park,
Memorial Day, at 1 p.m.
In the baton-passing classic,
teams are expected from Charlie
Belllzaire's Police Club of Pana-
ma City, the Balboa Boya' Club,
Aston Parchment's Club Mercu-
rio. Harold Scott's Silver City
Athletic Club, and the powerful
Abel Bravo group from colon.
The Panama Police Club team
will be built around Marcus WU-
long, i son and Lester sobers. Import-
ant standard bearers of the Bal-
boa Boys' Club will be Charlie
MacArthur. Bob-Young, and Bob
Johnson.
The re-actlvatcd Club Mercu-
rio, which has developed eighty
per cent of Panama's Olympic
track stars, will mould a danger-
Tin-
YMCA
League
header
Rune, Timely Reward and Big
Stretch were not entered for
the Trial.
Cristbal Hoopslers
To Meet Jr. College
Tonight Al Home
LEAGUE STANDING*
W
Cristobal High School 2
Balboa High School ... 1
Junior College......0
ous quartet around Phillip Mai-
Balboa Armed Service c0lm, Reginald Matthews, and
"Warm-Up" Basketball | Albert Hall.
The 811ver City Athletic Club
will have as anchor man, Valen-
tine De Souza. the remarkable
interscholastic sprint champion.
The Abel Bravo flyers will bear
much watching because of such
features for the double
tonight, the Special
Troops and the A. A. C. S. for
the opener and the Hospital and
the 5700th M. St 8.
A large crowd is expected to
r AMMtatMi
Oa iiUOtn
U H.M. Kin, Ctwp fl
Tanqutray, Gordon A Co. LaA,
and Grenion,
witness the two games that are [ stretch-burners as Oliver Swaby
the last cards for the Red League
in their first round of play.
On May 4 at 7:00 a clinic will
be held for all team managers
and players. Players that are not
participating are also invited to
attend.
The revised rules and regula-
tions In basketball will be dis-
cussed. A movie on basketball
will be discussed. A movie on
basketball will be featured.
Please plan to attend this im-
portant meeting.
RING FOR
BELL'S
The Cristobal Tigers meet
Junior College tonight in their
first home game of the season.
Junior College will be out oo
notch their first win and also
topple the Tigers from their
undefeated spot.
Cristobal will be hard pressed
to stop the College aggregation of
Trout, McKeown and the Mac-
Arthur brothers. Wally Trout has
been a top notch player for years
and has always been trouble for
any opponent. The Cristobal
Team la well balanced with scor-
ing power from top to bottom.
Cristobal starters will probably
be Wilson, Anderson, Bailev, Sul-
livan and Manning with Allgaier,
Simons. Blackburn seeing plenty
of action.
The Atlantic side Junior Var-
sity u following in the Varsity's
path also getting two wins in two
starts. The opening J. v. game
starts at 6:30 p.m. with the Var-
sity game following.
The Canal Zone Elementary
School Swimming Championship
will be decided at Gamboa Sa-
turday, May 5th starting at 9
a.m. promptly. This meet is spon-
sored by the Physical Education
and Recreation Section, and the
winner wttl be awarded a large
thirty-two inch gold traveling
trophy which has been donated
by the Gamboa Recreation Coun-
cil. The trophy must be won
three times to become the per-
manent possession of the win-
ning school. Mr. G. C. Lockrldge
will present the trophy to the
winners at the conclusion of the
meet.
Each school will be permitted
to enter one contestant in each
event and each competitor will
be permitted to enter two events
and the relay. The points for the
the meet will be on a 5-3-2-1 ba-
sis with the exception of the re-
lay which will be on a 10-8-6-4
basis. The winners of the first
four places in each event will '
given a swimming ribbon along
with the Certificate of Merit.
The teams that will compete in
the Championship affair will be:
Balboa. Diablo, Cocoll, Ft. Kob-
be, Pedro Miguel, Gamboa, Mar-
garita, Gatun and Cristobal.
Fancy Diving will be from the
one meter board and shall con-
sist of two compulsory dives and
two optional dives. The compul-
sory dives are; running plain
front dive or front Jack knife
and a backward dive, standing
or pike.
Any boy or girl who Is 13 years
of age will be Ineligible to com-
plete and all birth dates of each
contestant are to be certified by
the school Principals and must
accompany the entries bv May
3d at 8 a.m., no entries will be
accepted after the deadline.
The officials for the meet will
be: G. C. Lockrldge, referee and
starter: Judges will be-Bob Li-
kens, Al BJelfuss, Louis Fenucci,
and Paul Kart: Timers-Charles
Connor, Leonard Morrison, and
Bob Engelke: Judges of the div-
lng-Al Blelfuss, Bom Likens, and
O. C. Lockrldge: Announcer will
be Charles Magee: Clerks will be
Marie Connor and Kathleen
Cheney. There wll! be'no admis-
sion charge and the public is in-
vited to attend the Championship
Meet.
BUBLINGTON, Vt. Because it hadn't been done before la
a World Series and hasn't been done since, the unassisted triple*
play Bill Wambsganss of the Cleveland Indians committed against
the Brooklyn In 1926 continue* as baseball's most historic play.
"And, funny thing, of all the plays people still talk about it
was the most unexciting," commented Larrv Gardner as he sa
in the living room of his gracious home here stirring a high ball
and the ashes of memory.
Gardner who will be retiring presently as athletic dlreotor of
the University of Vermont, his alma mater, was at third for tho
Indiana in the memorable game. "It all happened so quickly IS
was some time before the crowd realized what had happened,"
he went on. "You may recall there was a space of many second
before the fans began to whoop It up."
True, and I recall John Heydler, a spectator, then president
of the National League, chagrined in defeat, snorting:
"How could he miss? The ball was hit right Into his hands."
True. too. It came in the fifth inning of the fifth game.
The Dodgers' second baseman, Pete Kllduff, led off with a single
to left. Otto Miller, the catcher, singled to center. Then Clarence
Mitchell, who had come in to pitch, hit a line drive about a yard
to the right of second. The ball went straight to Wambsganss,
moving over for a play at the bag; he touched second, wheeled
and put the ball on the runner coming down from first. In a
bieathless flash three men had been retired.
Cloak-and-Dagger Stuff
The historic sweep of the bases had no Important bearing
on the result. By then the Indians were leading. 7-0. Burlelgh
Grimes had been shelled from the hill under a nine-hit barrage
in three one-third innings, an astonishing from reversal, since
he had blanked the Indians, 3-0, in the second game, and was
fated to surrender again after seven Innings In the final.
"There's an Interesting story back of that," Oardner confid-
ed "Aa the series was played Grimes was Brooklyn's key pitch-
er. To win we had to beat him. Off what he had shown in his
first appearance we didn't figure to. His spitter had us throwing
our bats away. But George Burns, our first baseman, had de-
tected one of those give-away that can so often mean the dif-
ference."
Gardner, at 65. still trim in build and still an avid follower
of the sport, detailed the give-away. As is customary one of the
Brooklyn inflelders Informed the outfielders what the next pitch
was going to be. Fast ball, curve, and In Grimes' case, spitter.
Kilduff was in charge of Brooklyn intelligence. His signal
to the outfielders when Grimes was to throw the spitter was a
handful of dirt tossed between his legs. "Burns had noted this
peculiarity," Gardner continued, "but it wasn't until the second
game was about over that he got Its meaning. From there on
we watched Kilduff and waited for the fast one."
Inasmuch as the spitter was Grimes' winning pitch the de-
tection reduced him to the status of just another pitcher. The
Indians simply refused to swing whenever Kilduff reached for
the dirt. Being as unpredictable as it was baffling, the spitter
was not easy to control. Thus Grimes' problems was twofold,
forced to go to his fast ball which was scarcely blinding
he was more often than not behind the hitter.

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Gardner remembered that when the series was over Grimes
came into the Indians' dressing room, a good but puzzled loser.
"Tell me one thing," he demanded. "Why did you guys stop
swinging at my spitter?"
"We gave him the mystery business. Told him it was a se-
cret but promised we'd keep him In the lodge. Grimes scratched
his head and walked out. I don't know whether he ever dis-
covered how his own second baseman was making it so easy for
us."
Incidentally. Gardner urges restoration of the spitter. out-
lawed so many years back. "There never was any valid reason
that I could see why- It was barred. Besides it's time something
was done to create a better balance between pitching and hit-
ting. Every change that's been made in the last quarter century
has been to the hitter's advantage."
In addition t giving the pitcher another pitch Gardner
stressed the psychological factor. "The way the game Is rigged
today the Ditcher Is inclined to take a morbid view of his Job.
He sees it as even more demanding than It really Is. I think
this is why he begins to look for bull-pen help so quickly. If
they'd give him another pitch it would bolster his confidence."
The veteran reached for his high ball. "Now that I no long-
er have to go up there with a bat in my hands I can sympatiz
with the pitchers' heavy burdens."
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All-America Babe Parilll and
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Worcester. Mass. (NEA)
A shoulder Injury suffered in
football caused Holy Cross out-
fielder Johnny Turco to be mov-
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MRS. GAYDASH'S TEA IN WASHINGTON
COMPLIMENTS MRS. RIDGWAY
Mrs. George C. Gaydash entcrUined at tea Friday In
Washington, D. C. cempllmentin Mn. Matthew C. Rldf way
before her departure for Japan to Join General Rldfway.^
Mrs. Gaydaih. the first prooldent of the Canal Zone
Branch, National League of American Pin Women, had a
shewing of her paintings on April M and 25 at the United
Nation Club In Washington. The picture were of scenes In
Panama. Guatemala, Coeta Rica and Hawaii.
Reception Thursday
at French Legation
The Minister of France to Pan-
ama and Mrs. Guy Menant hnve
issued Invitations for a reception
at the Legation on the French
Plata Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30.
The party will honor the Com-
mander of the polar expedition
hip, Commandant Charcot.
To Travel In Europa
Mrs. Ernie L. Payne of Balfcca
Heights and her sister, Miss El-
vira Llndgren of the Gorgas Hos-
pital Nursing Staff are leaving
early tomorrow by airplane foi-
Europe. They will spend two
months traveling and visiting re-
latives in Sweden.
Surprise Supper Celebrates
Wedding Anniversary
Richard L. Dehllnger arranged
a surprise supper party for his
wife Friday evening on the 11th
anniversary of their weddinp.
The party was held at their re-
sidence at Diablo Heights and
the guest list included: Mr. and
Mrs: Roger Williams, Mrs. Lu-
cille Stewart, Miss Lucille Hearne,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kerr, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Lowande. Mr. and Mrs.
David Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hunsecker, Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carmlchael. Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lam Schmltt. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
McNamara and Bill Rohrbach.
Birthday Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Schmidt en-
tertained at dinner Saturday
evening at their residence in Bal-
boa for their daughter, Miss Ar-
line Schmidt on her loth birth-
day anniversary.
Included In the guest list were
the Misses Marilyn Ford, Judy
McCoy. Marilyn Bevington, Kay
Cross. Joyce Gardner, Gertrude
Foreman. Norlne Dlllman, Mar-
gie Walsh, Mira Reyes, Nancy
Ladd. Ginny Stephens, Joan
Forbes. Joyce Colllnge. Rosle Hol-
lander, Helen Haseman, Bunny
DeBtlla, Kay Hebert. Elki Alt-
man and the Messrs Everett Sta-
cey, Raymond Nicklsher, Bob Or-
vls, Vernon Bryant, Dave Shorr,
Duke Peacher, Bill Dawson, loe
Oliver. Bill Derr, Noble Holllday.
Milea Pace, Lee Myers. Roy Wil-
son, BUI Underwood, Jim Jones,
Eddlo Armlstead and Don Mc-
Laughlin.
Former Resident Honored
by Captain and Mrs. Johnson
Captain and Mrs. Howard R.
Johnson gave a barbecue supper
Friday evening at their residence
at Diablo Heights in honor of
Captain and Mrs. Ed Mclntosh,
who left the next day aboard the
fishing boat Lucy for the Galapa-
gos Islands. Captain and Mrs.
Mclntosh are former residents of
Balboa. The Johnson's guests al-
so included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
X. Dlvlne.-ir., who also left Sat-
urday for the Galapagos on their
yacht. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pearson,
Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Burnham,
Captain and Mrs. Clinton Baver*
stock, Captain and Mrs. Harry
Bach and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Orr.
Departures
Colonel George E. Hesner of
Corozal left by airplane Sunday
for Florida where he will spend
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde fl. LaClair
left for California by alrplpne
Sunday. They plan to motor from
California to New York and to re-
turn heer in July.
Mrs. Lew Visits
In Panama
Mrs. Burt Lew (Angela Muftoz)
arrived last week from her home
In Jacksonville, Florida, to visit
her mother. Mrs. Lola-Muftoz and
other relatives in Panama.
Bride- To-Be Honored
at Sapper and Shower
Mrs. Niza Grieg gave a buffet
supper and surprise miscellan-
eous shower Friday evening t
her home In the Prado in Balboa
for Miss Lois Baumbach. Mi?s
Baumbach, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Baumbach of Balboa,
Is to be married June 2 to Cor-
Soral D. A. Kocher, son of Mr. and
Irs. RodelJ Kocher of Noxcn,
Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Charllne Helm assisted
the hostess. The other guests, all
employes of the Ordnance Office
st Corozal, were: Mrs. Baumbach,
Mrs. Anna Francis, Mrs. Thora
Mahoney, Mrs. Oracle Adam*,
Mrs. Dee McLaren, Miss Anne
Marie Schultz, Miss Jean Lav.-
son. Mrs. Ruth Krzlza, Miss Ro-
ma Lavers.Mrs. Frank Hohmann.
Mrs. Barbara Oney, Mrs. Ethel
Banana, Mrs. Minerva Studebak-
er, Mrs. Marian Hlldreth und
Miss Marilyn Sisson.
Delta Psl Ometa Dinner .
at Hotel TivoU
After the presentation of the
final dramatization of the year
Sunday night, the local chapter
of Delta Psi Omega, national
honorary fraternity for drama-
tics In Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege held a dinner for the active
members at the Hotel Tlvoli. The
members had all been part of the
cast of the class In Dramatics'
broadcast of Edward Everett
Hales "My Double And How He
Undid Me" over radio station
HOO. Panama, earlier In the
evening. Those present were An-
nie Nlcolson. James G. Raymond,
Jr.. Martha Irvln and Tom Peter-
son, with Mr. and Mrs. Subnrt
Turbyflll of the college faculty.
Mr. Turbyflll is faculty sponsor
of the national group here, while
Mrs. Turbyflll is an honorary
member of Delta Psl Omega. The
dinner Sunday was the first of a
heavy schedule of social events
planned for the remainder of the
college year.
Dinner Tomorrow to Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Sibloy
Local alumni of the University
of California are sponsoring a
no host dinner to be held Wed-
nesday evening in the Bella Vista
Room of Hotel El Panama hi
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sib-
ley of San Francisco, California,
who are arriving tomorrow for a
stay of two days here.
Dr. sibley, well known educa-
tor and author, resigned recen ily
after serving for 25 years as Exe-
cutive Manager of the University
of California Alumni Association.
Those Interested in mee Mug
Dr. Sibley and his wife, whether
they are from the University of
California or not, is cordially in-
vited to join the party. For re-
servations they are asked to tele-
phone to Mrs. AucVey Kline at
the hotel. Panama S-1660. or. af-
ter working hours, at her resi-
dence, Balboa 2819.
Beaux Arts Bill
Saturday at TivoU
Th'- Canal Zone Art League is
sponsoring a Beax Ails Ball to oe
held Saturday In the ballroom of
the Hotel TivoU.
Tickets to the ball may be ob-
tained by telephoning to any of
the following: Miss Gardner,
Balboa 1457; Mrs. Karch. Balboa
3524; Mrs. Relmer, Balboa 3123.
or Mrs. Saphlr, 273-2291.
College Club to Elect
Officers Monday
The Canal Zone College Club
will hold an important business
meeting and election of officers at
4 p.m Monday afternoon at the
Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Forces Service Center on La flo-
Departurr
Mrs. Carlos Alfaro and her
children of Bella Vista left cub-
ing the week-end on a visit to re-
latives in the United States.
Pimples Go
Don't Ut Itcl.ms PlmpiM BcaerneV
aUn-worm. Blackheads, Acne, Psoriasis.
Foot Itch. Athlete e Foot (Allpufigai ar
thar blemishes disfigure your akin and
embarrass you another Say srilhout
trying Nixoderm. This great medicina
urnbata the germa and parasites which
'ten are the real -.use of skin troubles,
hat la why Nixer /m so quickly maK.s
your akin soft, dear, smooth ln at-
tractive. Get Nixoderm from your drug-
K todayaee bow much batter yea
task* and reels tomorrow.
Can't Sleep Well?
Drink s cup of POSTUM prepared
with hot water or milk be-fore you
go to bod and you'll sleep like a
baby! POSTUM does not contain
caffein! Gat POSTUM today
and anjoy a restful alospl
^ttVC fries* wonderful, wr+to-pha
puddings that you con male in a iffy...
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ca Road. All members are urged
to be present.
Book Review Group
Meets Thursday
The Book Review Group of the
Canal Zone College Club wlU hold
Its final meeting of the year
Thursday at.4 p.m. at the home
of the chairman, Mrs. J. E.
Schrlftglesser, 1528-B Gaviln
Road, Balboa. Mrs. J. Y. Smith
will give suggestions for pleasant
reading during vacation months.
A chairman for next year wUl be
chosen at this meeting.
ACOBY.on
CANASTA
[.'-''. "
BE OSWALD JACOBV
Written for NEA Service
"You recently wrote an article
with which I disagree," writes a
correspondent. "You said that It
pays to play for a big score when
the opponents are far ahead of
you. I maintain that you should
play for a fast out.
"Recently I was involved.In a
Canasta game, In which my op-
ponents had 4400 points, while
my partner and I had 1400. We
needed 50 points, they needed
120. They had two red treys on
the table.
"My partner and I were able
to make two canastas, score ap-
proximately 9CO points and catch
our opponents with a minus 500.
The fact that they were minus
500, with two red treys, Is evid-
ence that one of them was very
close to a meld. At the conclu-
sion of this hand we had 2400
points, and they had 3900 points.
"The succeeding hand, fortu-
nately, went the very same way
and at the conclusion of this
hand we had 3300 points, while
they had 400 points.
"Ironically, in the third hand,
they had 800 in red treys and
again we were able to go out
quickly and put them down to'
about 200 points while we went
past 4000.
"Then, on the fourth hand, we
finally won the game. Yes, on the
fourth hand we played for all
the points we could play for, but
if we had tried to amass a high
score on the very first hand, as
indicated above the story
would have been different."
There is no doubt at all In my
mind that It sometimes pays to
go for a fast out. The nature of
vour hand has much to do with
it.
Thus, if you have four or five
kings and four or five queens to-
gether with a few wild cards, you
are practically out but have very
poor prospects of controlling the
discard pile. That sort of hand
should be played for a fast out.
Contrariwise. If you have four
or five different pairs, together
with a Joker or two, you have ex-
cellent prospects of getting and
controlling the discard pile; but
you have only a slim chance of
melding out quickly. That sort
of hand should be played for a
big score.
If you have a choice, my ad-
vice is to go after everything
that isn't nailed down. If you are
lucky on the next three or four
hands, you can use that luck to
win the next game.
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1951 RED CROSS rUND
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MR. AND MRS. MAURICE S. KELLEHER, above, leaving St.
Mary's Church. Balboa, after their wedding Thursday even-
ing. Mrs. Kelleher Is the former Miss Ruth Turck, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Turck of Balboa.
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No. 4 Tlvull A-a
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KIUSKO DE LKSSEPS
Parque dt I eanpe
Panama
MORRISONS
No. 4 Fourth of July Ara.
Pbona 2-5441
BOTICA CARLTON
II (hit Mcladet Ave.
Pilona US COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No SS Weal I2ib Sum
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 07 "II" SUr.Ci Panama
No 12.17* Ctatral Avc. Colon
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President Asks $ 40 Billion
Defense Budget For FY 1952
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet cooch,
1948 Buick Super, Fishing Launch
22 ft. with Kermath marine motor.
Tel. Bolboo 3476.
FOR QUICK SALE: 1949. 4-door
Nash 600 Sedan, excellent condi-
tion. First reasonable offer buys.
Call 83-2294 or see ot 538-B
Curundu Heights. Can finance.
FOR SALE:I Chrysler. 1941
dor, 4-door cor.
Heights.
665-C
... ins-
ndu
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Bo 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof $3.25
lion. Tropiduro Stores.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modem furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
SEALMASTER
Ball Bearing Units
Permanently sealed
Pre-Lubricated
Self-Aligning.
Don't wait until you need a
bearing to order It. Let us
lenow what sizes and types you
use and we will carry them in
stock for you.
$EO. F. NOVEY, INC.
$79 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Panam. R.P.
FOR SALE:Model "A" Ford, cheop
transportation. $50.00. Phone 916.
Coln.
FOR SALE:1942 Olds. Sedan and
1940 or 41 Ouick. radio, moke me
on offer. See at 827-B, Empire St.
Bolboo or coll 85-2257. days.
FOR SALE:Lincoln convertible, in
excellent shape. Coll 4-339, 4:30-
6:30 p. m.
MOTOR TROUBLE AT NIGHT ON
HIGHWAY, very disgusting, why
risk it again. Service your engine
ot dependable shops. TROPICAL
MOTORS. S. A.
Registered Boxer Puppies. Best Amer-
ican blood lines. Tel. 86-3142.
FOR SALE:Your big opportunity!
Several luxurious fur coats and
capes. Mode in Paris by Dior and
Molyneux. Tel. 2-1268 Panam.
FOR SALE:German piano in per-
fect condition. Call 2-2442 or see
at house 1452. Apt. C. Los Cru-
ces St. Balboa. Between 4 p. m.
ond 6 p. m.
FOR SALE:Radio amateur trans-
mitter, 100 watt. $250.00. 32nd
Street, No. 31.
FOR RENT:Best locoted furnished
apartment with all modern con-
veniences. Also coiy furnished
room. 43 rd Street No. 13.
RESORTS
Willloms Sonta Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ronges. Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phrlllpw. Beach cottoges, Sonta Clora
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phon.
Panam 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT: Modern, furnished
aportment in Bella Vista, 48th, St.
living diningroom, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen with refrigerator ond stove,
$80.00. Inquire No. 17, 47th. St.
to the left.
FOR RENT:Vacotion quarters May
4 to August 13. House 8213-B,
6th. St. Morgorito. Phone 3-2475.
FOR RENT
Rooms
NOTICE
We wish to Inform the public that our
UPHOLSTERING AND SLIPCOVER
SHOP-SHOWROOM Is REOPENING
at our new address: No. 77 Jose Fsco.
da la Ossfl I Automobile Row) New
telephone Panam 3-442H.
A. Herea.
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CAUFORNIA
Liquid Fertilizer
No Dirt No Dost No Odor
Contains Nitrogen, Potash
and Phosphoric Acid,
Recommended for
SHRUBS LAWNS TREES
Now available in pints
and gallons at all
TROPIDURA Paint Stores
ROPIDURAi;
The Best for Less
FOR SALE:1949 "88" Oldsmoblle
4 door sedan. Excellent condition,
hos hydromatic drive, radio under
seal, vipa meter, seat covers, elec-
tric fan ond clock, new 6 ply
tires, free insurance. Call Thomos
Morine at 2-6436 or 2-6432
until 4 p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
sedon, low mileage, new car con-
dition. Phone 3-1648 Cristobal.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury Sport
Sedan 5.000 miles. May be fin-
anced. Coll Fort Kobbe 4211.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudson Com-
modore Six, 4-Dr. Gas mileage 17
P/G. Uses no oil between changes.
A-1 condition thru-out. 40,000
miles. Not duty paid. Price $850.
Coll 87-5231. From 7:30 to 4:00
or after hours 83-5290.
FOR SALE. One Frigidaire used,
needs slight repair, but is work-
ing now, $40.00. Also used Ford
V-8 ports up to 1937, engine
transmission, etc. Call Balboa 92-
3115, onytime.
Mothers, happy, healthy feet start
in the crodle. Protect baby's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from the cradle to 4 yeors.
Sold exclusively at BABYLAND.
No. 39, 43rd Street. (If it's for
the Baby, we have it"!)
FOR SALE: Electric Light Plant,
"Buda" 12.5 KW 60 Cyl
220-440 volts almost new.
Can be seen ot "Morris" property
Santa Clara or telephone Balboa
2-2914. Write Box 362 Balboa.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:1948 Harley 74 O.H.V.
Reasonable. Call 4-339. 4:30
6:30 p. m.
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LEICA CAMERAS
Model UIF Synchronised
'LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
-AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
7 Dlreet C.Z. Shipments
~ At Factor* Prices.
| Porras
Plasa 5 de Mmyo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE:Light English motor-
cycle, powered by 200 C. C. Vil-
liers engine, 3 speeds, new tires.
Dependable transportation. Phone
4-323.
Bill Hele Wins
Another Tourney
.. Veteran Canal Zone tennis
tar Bill Hele Sunday came
from behind to win the Isth-
mian Open Singles Tennis
Championship at the Olympic
..tennis court from Panama's
Julio Plnilla.
f> A large crowd watched the
Interesting and thrilling
match. The final score was 6-1,
4-t!. t-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Group Meetings
The first bi-monthly meeting of
Justice Lodge of Elks will be held
tonight commencing at 7:30 at
the La Boca Lodge Hall. All
members are urged to attend.
Important matters will be dis-
cussed .
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, beauti-
fully furnished rooms, kitchen pri-
vileges if desired. Ave. Mxico 69
near 43rd Street.
Gramlich's Santa Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Casino Santo Clara no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enjoy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR RENT:One or two furnished
or unfurnished rooms to single
person of good habits or married
couple. No. 14, 45th Street.
For rent ~
Miscellaneous
:OR RENT:Good ond comfortable
place for commercial establishment
with office ond all commodities.
New building. Apply to Central
Avenue No. 269 or coll to phone
3-0769.
FOR SALE:Double bed box springs
with legs $15.00; Crib with mot-
tress $15.00; Metal cot ond mat-
tress $3.00; Vacuum cleaner
$10.00. 509-A Ft. Cloyton. Tel.
87-4183.
FOR SALE:1 Mahogany livingroom
clock, 25 cycle, $8.00; I End tabla
$7.00; 1 Pilot radio $60.00; 1
Platform rocker $5.00; 1 Maple
coffee table $6.00. 665-C Curun-
du Heights.
WASHINGTON. May 1, (UP)
President Truman aslced Congress
yesterday to approve $40,500.000-
000 in military spending for the
coming 1952 fiscal year to build
up a mighty defense force and
discourage Russia from starting
World War III.
He said the funds will maintain
an armed force of 3,500,000 men
with an 18-dlvislon Army, a i'5-
group Air Force, a Navy of 1,161
ships, and 4 Marine Corps of
182,000 fighting leathernecks.
More than two-fifths of the
total outlay would go for new
planes, tanks, artillery and oth-
er modern arms, including an
atomic-powered submarine anil
a super-carrier for the Navy.
The detailed military budget
which Mr. Truman submitted tu
the House and Senate actually
called for $62,104,254.390 In new
appropriations. But $21,600000,-
0?0 of this would not be spent un-
til later years.
The spending figure for fiscal
year 1952, which begins July 1,
was slightly under the $41,000.-
000,000 which Mr. Truman esti-
mated the military would need
last January. Thus today's re-
quest does not materially alter bis
overall 1952 budget of $71,000,-
000,000, or his plea for a $10,000.-
000,000 tax increase to "pay as we
go."
LEONARD STARKE, retiring employe of the Industrial Bu-
reau, is pictured above receiving a farewell gift from fellow
workers of the Steamfltters Local No. 652, presented by Mau-
ire B-Nlckel- Production Engineer of the Industrial Bureau.
The retirement party In 8tarke's honor was held at Cristobal
oa?,,^Club' Saturday. Pictured above, from left are Charles
S. Williams retired Chief Planner, starke. Nickel and Charles
Mohl. retired pipefitter.
__________________________^__ WANTED:A Canal Zone car mo-
del 1940. 1941 or 1942. Send in-
formation ond price to P. O. Eux
567 Ancon, C. Z.
Canal Zo
WANTED:A used Canal Zone car.
new model. Write including price
to P. O. Box 1474 Ancon, C. Z.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Woman to care 3 year
old child ond apartment. I 0 A. M.
to 4 P. M. Federico Boyd No. 4,
Apt. 1.
Position Offered
WANTEDFemale help. Experienced
America/) Sales Clark, part time
day and evening hours. Character
health and work, references re-
quired. Between ages 25 and 45.
Write F. H. Box 134, Ponom.
Dewey Took Manila, Freed
Philippines, May I1898
TUT: LHTVMl CORP
Phone 2-nxi
LOTS I OH SALB
Down Payment Sice
.Mmiiiili Paymenl fIS
LOTS on Paved Street from Si 00
for Rent; Heav> Equipment toi
round leveling
*
We Re Lou on Lona lernu
Lot Clubs at S3 and M Week I
k
"You may fire when you are
ready, Oridley."
Such was the now famous or-
der, calmly given from the bridge
of his flagship by Admiral itheir
Commodore) Oeorgc Dewey,
which unleashed the salvo that
eventually resulted in the liber-
ation oi the Philippines from
Spain.
On April 25, 1898, Admiral
Dewey, then at Hong Kong in
command of a force of lighc
cruisers, received a telegram
from the Navy Department
which announced the beginning
of the war with Spain. The tele-
gram ordered him to "proceed at
once to Philippine Islands. Com-
mence operations particularly a-
gainsi the Spanish Fleet. You
must capture vessels or destroy.
Use utmost endeavor."
A glance at the history of the
Battle of Manila shows now ex-
plicitly Admiral Dewey obeyed
his orders. On May 1. his cruiser
force steamed toward the Span-
ish fleet, which had taken up a
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AIM available in Club
position across the mouth of the
bay between Gavlte and Sangley
Point. Admiral Dewey had six
warships at his command, flag-
ship of which was the Olympia.
The Spanish admiral, Montojo,
commanded seven warships and,
though not All were in top fight-
ing condition, they were bolster-
ed by shore batteries at. Manila,
Gavite and Corregidor.
When the smoke of battle had
cleared, and losses had been
counted, the score looked some-
thing like this: 167 Spaniards
killed and 214 wounded: three
Spanish ships sunk and the re-
mainder burned. The Americans
suffered seven men slightly
wounded.
The United States Navj had
won another major victory over
a stronger sea power, and, in so
doing, had advanced one morel
step toward becoming the world's
most powerful navy and the na-
tions first line of defense on,
under, and above the seas.
Fantastic Fiesta's
Door Prize Pictures
Displayed For Ball
Paintings that will serve as
door-prizes, spot dance prizes
and best-costume prizes at the
"Fantastic Fiesta" ball to be held
at Hotel Tlvoll Saturday night
have been chosen and hung for
display in the hotel.
They will remain on view unsll
awarded to the winners at the
annual Beaux Art ball organized
by the Canal Zone Art League to
raise funds for the first art
scholarship ever offered In the
Canal Zone.
Tickets are $1.50 and the gen-
eral public of Panama and the
Zone has been invited to take
part.
All of the paintings are work of
Art League artists. They were C-
lected by lot from a list of mem-
bers who offered their work for
prizes. v
There are oil paintings by Elin-
or Blennerhassett (Mr3. John D.
Blennerhassett) of Colon. Fran-
ces Greening (Mrs. John F.
Greeningi of Oatun and Agnes
Johnson (Mrs. F. R. Johnson) of
Balboa Hts.
Watercolors are by Lois Mor-
gan, B. Sturtevant Gardner and
Mary Patton, all of the Pacific
side.
A ceramic piece has also been
offered by Mrs. J. A. Karsh. They
are .ii to be given as door prizes,
spot dance prizes and for the otst
costumes.
Posters with Picasso-like forms
selected for this year's Ball. The
artistic, the modern, creative and
the unusual will united to give
the Isthmian populace a closeup
view of artists at play.
FOR SALE:Maple livingroom sat;
Mahogany dinigg set; Belgian rug
9x12; Porch blinds; Miscellaneous
household. 5337-A Davis, Diablo
2-3212._________________
FOR SALE: Mahogany livingroom
ond diningroom furniture. House
0764-D, Williamson Place, Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE:Washing machine. G.
E. 25 cycle 1 Vi Yrs. old. Excel-
lent condition. 8023-B. 2nd St.
Margarito. Phone 3-2502.
FOR SALE: Livingroom set, one
sectionol upholstered couch and
matching chair. I mahogany cof-
fee table ond three end tables.
Also one 9 x 12" rug "with 5
matching throw rugs ond two
Chino lamps, $400.00. Call Fort
Kobbe 4211.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all is weU.
A job you found, as are can tell!
British Empire
Forming Division
For Korea Fighting
[re.
i
OTTAWA, May 1 (UP) De-
fense Minister Brooke Claxton
announced here today that the
British Commonwealth of Na-
tions has agreed to form a Com-
monwealth Division for the Ko-
rean war.
The force will be known as
the 1st Commonwealth Divi-
sion, United Nations Forces. It
will be commanded by Maj. Gen.
A. J. H. Cassells, former com-
mander of the Seaforth High-
landers.
The division will also include
the 28th and 29th United King-
Our Want Ad you answered to loom Infantry Brigades, .he 3rd
T." Battalion, Royal Australian Re-
Blment the 16th New Zealand
Soon you'll be president, wait "n : Field Artillery and the 60th In-
cet dlan Field Ambulance.
LOADED
ORE SHIP
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thought likely that dredging
would have to be done to free
her. ;
She had run aground at 11:08
a. m. a lew minutes after clear-
ing the cut. The Dredging Di-
vision tug Trinidad was sent
out at once from Gamboa and
four other tugs left Balboa and
Cristobal between 11:43 a. m.
and 1:40 p. m. to go to her aid.
Dispatched from the Pacific
Side was the tug Arraijan; com-
ing from the Atlantic Side were
the Alhajuela, the San Pablo
and the salvage tug Taboga.
They were Joined by the mine-
planter Weaver.
She was Into the bank for
about a third of hlr length, but
was taking on no water. Once
freed by the combined efforts
of the tugs and the mlneplant-
er, Venore was able to proceed
under her own power to an an-
chorage about 3,000 feet south
of Gatun locks where she tied
up for the night and where she
was examined this morning.
No official comment as to the
cause of the accident was forth-
coming today from Canal offi-
cials, Panama Agencies, which
handles the Ore Steamship
Company vessels here, or. In-
directly from the Venore's mas-
ter Capt. R. J. Hector.
Waterfront sources, however,
said that the Venore grounded
Just as sne met a southbound
freighter. Queens Victory.
Canal traffic was not delay-
ed by the grounded Venore al-
though other ships were ad-
vised to pass her with caution.
Meanwhile another ship was
In difficulty in the Canal. She
was the Norwegian freighter
Fernbrook, from Tocopilla to
Jacksonville with a load of ni-
trate. She developed steering
trouble about half a mile from
the Venore and dropped an-
.chor. She was escorted to Ga-
tun by the tug "Trinidad.
Congress was expected to make
only minor cuts. If any, in the
defense budget.
Mr. Truman warned that the
Korean war is "only part of the
Kremlin strategy to achieve
world domination" and said "the
Covhtt Union is prepared to use
armed force elsewhere In the
world."
The "best path to peace," he
said, Is to build up rapidly a tie-
fens- force powerful enough "ro
insure disaster for the aggressors
if they launch a new World Wai
Ha said America and Its Al-
lies "must be In a position to stop
the attack and strike back deci-
sively at the seats of Soviet pow-
er."
He took the occasion to take
another indirect slap at the pro-
posals of Gen. Douglas MacAr-
thur for waging limited war on
Red China.
"We want to keep the conflict
In Korea from spreading," he
said, "because we are trying to
stop aggression without starting
a third World War."
The military budget did not in-
clude any funds to arm other
free nations under the military
assistance program. President
Truman will send Congress a se-
parate request for about $6,500,-
000,000 for that purpose.
H 300.000,000 in additional funds for
strategic stockpiling program.
Tho president gave this serv-
lce-by-servlce breakdown of the
military budget:
Army$15,700,000,000 to main-
tain a force of 1,531,000 men in
18 divisions plus sepaarte com-
bat and supporting units. In ad-
dition, the Army will have a re-
servo of 295,000 National Guard
troops and 190,000 organized re-
serves not on active duty.
Air Force$13,000,000,000 to
build up from the present 81
groups to 95 groups by mid-1952.
Tho Air Force will have 959,000
men on active duty, plus 16.228
air National Guardsmen and 20 -
000 organized reserves.
Navy$11,400,000,000 to main-
tain a fleet of 1,161 ships and
790,000 men and a Marine Corps
of two and one-third divisions to-
talling 192,000 men. The Navy and
Marines will have a total of 195,-
337 organized reserves.
Oflce Of The Defense Secreta-
ry$400,000,000 for the overall
operations of the Defense De-
partment and pay of retired offi-
cials.
World May Day Parades
Duplicated By Both Sides
o
WASHINGTON", May 1, (UP)
May Day parades In the world's
capitals appear generally to have
been duplicated Communist
and non-Communist demonstra-
tions.
Outstanding exception was
Moscow, where there was a full
scale Communist demonstration
only.
The contrast was clearest In
Berlin. While 500,000 Reds de-
monstrated in the Russian sector
of the city 600.000 West Berlintrs
less than a mile away pledged
themselves to combat Soviet Im-
perialism.
Police smashed Red attempts to
invade West Berlin. They arrest-
ed more than 200 Communists
who tried to organize street de-
monstrations in the Western sec-
tors of the city.
Meanwhile Eastern and West-
ern demonstrators fired air
bursting rockets containing pam-
phlets to their rivals across the
sector border.
The East German pamphlets
proclaimed: "In London, Paris
and Rome the cry is 'Ami (Amer-
ican) go home'."
Thousands of marchers bound
for the Red reviewing stand in
Marx-Engels Platz. are reported
to have dropped out. crossed the
border and Joined the Western
demonstration.
This was begun by the ringing,
for three minutes, of the Free-
dom Bell presented by the United
States.
In Moscow Soviet War Minis-
ter Alexander Vasilevsky told So-
viet troops massed in Red Square
before Stalin and the Politburo
that the United States is prepar-
ing a third world war, but the
Soviet peoples could rely ou'
their armed forces to defend their
peaceful pursuits.
Tanks four abreast, massed
guns and thousands of troops
marched past the reviewing stand
atop Lenin's tomb.
More than two hundred planes,
half of them four engined bomb-
ers, flew past.
Vasilevsky again accused tha
Americans of provoking the Ko-
rean war.
He said: "This unjust war has
not brought and will not bring;
anything good to ,the American
people. No maneuvers whatever
will help explain future United
States Far Eastern policy."
By maneuvers he presumably-
met the dismissal of General
MacArthur.
An estimated 2.000,000 civilians
fell in behind the marching mili-
tary units.
Similar parades and demons-
trations were held In the capitals J
of the 16 constituent republics cf
the Soviet Union.
In Tokyo Communist attempt J
to turn their May Day celebra-
tlon iijtaa demonstration again* ,
Supreme Commander Matthew
B. Ridgway collapsed when they
failed to get the support of tho
Socialist-backed unions.
In New York 1,762 patrolmen,
and an unspecified number of
plainclothesmen were assigned ro
prevent disorders during this af-
ternoon's May Day parade down
Eighth Avenue.
In Paris the Big Four Foreign
Ministers deputies, after nina
weeks of fruitless wrangling, a-
chleved rare unanimity by de
elding; to take May Day off.
LletaAaBtR
BUILDING
SUPPIIE5
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Near Joan Franco
Tel. S-lstS
Wedemeyer Called
Korean Shots Right
In 1947 Report
WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP) _
The long secret Wedemeyer re-
port on Korea warned President
Harry S. Truman three years be-
fore war came that Russia "un-
doubtedly" would seek to con-
trol that country.
The report, drafted In Sept.
1947 by Lt. Gen. Albert Wede-
meyer, was released today by the
Senate Committee investigating
the ouster of General Douglas
MacArthur.
The administration had hither-
to withheld it as top secret.
The report urged the United
States to undertake a vigorous
program of arms assistance to
the Republic of Korea.
Wedemeyer recommended that
American occupation troops re-
main in South Korea till Rus-
sian troops were withdrawn from
the north.
This was done. But Wedemey-
er's recommen datlons for a
strong program of United State
military aid was not implement-
ed.
Wedemeyer predicted that un-
doubtedly the Russian objective
would be to obtain control of
South Korea by using Com-
munist North Korean military
forces.
.,__, _._ (U.S. Army photo by NEA Telephoto)
PASTING A PILLBOX An infantryman of the 25th Divi-
sion fires a, long brust from his automatic weapon into a
Chinese pillbox on the central front. The GI wanted to make
sure no enemy still lived before he advanced closer.
There was a young fellow named Joe
To a Carpenter Shop went this sebmoe
To bay a ear (or his work
Bat they laughed at this lerk... V
P. A Classifieds rave him a tow! "r*


TUESDAY, MAT 1. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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Canal Zone School Activities
i +
C.H.S. News
By Nancy Kaufer
This week has been full of excitementthe excitement o
making plansespecially Diana for the seniora nearlnR gradua-
tion Also for the non-seniors there is the beginning of cam-
paluning of SA officera for next year.
Misa Liter and the juniors are in a dither over preparations
for the neartng prom to make It a success lor their guests, the
seniors. Plans have been going on for weeks now If you've
forgotten, the prom date is this Saturday. The Jr.-Sr. banquet
begins at 6 d m. in the dining room of the Washington Hotel and
the dance which is open to the entire senior high Bchool and
alumni will begin at 8 p. m. in the hotel ballroom. For table re-
servations see Mary Ann Hannlgan.
Plans plans, and more plans for a wonderful senior week are
being made. The committee met Monday noon to discuss the
final plans for the week of May 21 to May 22. Every day the
seniors' Will come to school decked In different outfits. There
proves to be variety in the entertainment each night, climaxing
Into two slumber parties after the last night, one for the girls at
the Teen-age clubhouse and one for the boys in the Margarita
jjym. The entertainment will continue through the week-end.
working hard on the committee are: Dan Nellls. Juanita Meeks.
Thelma Leignadler. John Ailgaler, Sandra Hammond. Jack Alex-
aitis. Anna Flaher. and Jack Randall.
The ROTO sponsors are planning the awards ball to be held at
the Coco Solo Officers Club. Only members of the Cristobal
ROTC, their dates and parents may attend. Cadets may get
their Invitations any noon in the ROTC building.
The Commencement program committee has been meeting to
make more of those things called plans for graduation exercises
on June 5 in the auditorium.
By the way. lust one more six-weeks period for the termina-
tion ei the '50-'61 school year.
Everyone is cordially invited to the ROTC building to
see the interesting combat films, being show at the noon-
hour.
At the'21-club business meeting nine new members were
voted into the club. Those eligible for membership are: Dale
Cockle. Alexis Vtlallndo, George Platkevich. Larry Cox, Charlie
Thompson. Bob Blakely, Leo Constantlne. Antonio Tagarapolus.
and Darlo Gonzalez.
The pep assembly. Friday during the 4th period, roused the
Tigers to such a point that they wanted to get their claws into
their rivals, the Bulldogs, right then and here. The cheerleaders
led the assembly and Introduced some new cheers to the audience
Coach Moser and Coach Palumbo both gave their comments.
Miss Keenan really believes In novelty. She now has her gym
classes jumping rope in class. Some of the stunts the girls are
learning are "double dutch." with a double rope, square dancing
and passing basketballsall while jumping.
Through the generosity of Juanita Meeks, the seniora and
their dates are cordially invited to an Informal dance at the Fort
Davis Officers Club, on May 29 at 7:30. A jukebox is furnishing
the music. Intermission games are planned. The occasslon Is a
prelude to seniors' graduation.
If you heard the music 5th period Thursday afternoon and
wondered what was happening, it was the ROTC reviewing for the
Judges. This is the first revue in full uniform that has been held
on the schoolgrounds since official permission was given. The
companies passed in review in front of the judges. The boys
were asked general knowledge Questions and rifles were Inspected.
The 60th Army band under the leadership of Warrant officer
Miller supplied the music for marching dIus several extra num-
bers.
Mr. Evancoe's Sophomore English Students took off early
Wednesday Morning for a trh> to the other side. Busses left the
school at 7:00 a. m. with thirty-eight students and their enter-
prising sponsor. Mr. Evancoe.
It was a gala day brim fall of novelty, excitement,
educational surprise, and sociability. Included In the
day's agenda were many points of interestthe Panama
National Museum where Mr. Obaldia pointed out special
features, Gorgas Laboratory where Dr. Trapido lectured
on the vital research problems being conducted. Old Pa-
nama, the Tannery, the Flat Arch, and St. Augustine
the church of the world famed Golden Alter. After a full
day everyone returned tired, happy and much smarter.
Rifle Club News: According to Mr. Gibson The Inter-
cholastlc Tournament will begin May 7. High scorers will re-
ceive brassards which have already arrived.
Last night the "Point" was the scene of much merrymaking.
Just loads of kids turned ou tfor the first big "bon fire." instead
of having a pep rally today, because of the Campaign Assembly
las night's unique evening was substituted.
The kids yelled and sang until thev were "blue In the face "
This may be the beginning of a new spark of enthusiasm in
the snorts fans world!
Everyone Is reminded to turn out tonight for CH8's first home
game. The TIGERS play J. c, and It promises to be an exciting
game.
SENIORS21 more days of classes 1
Three Miami Police Deputies
Indicted On Bribery Charges
MIAMI, Fla., May l (UP) Shapiro broge up the trial
The State dealt a double blow
today at Kefauver criticized
Jimmy Sullivan's new regime
as sheriff of Dade (Miami)
County.
Three of Sullivan's deputies,
reappointed to his staff when
Gov. Fuller Warren re-Instated
the suspended sheriff three
weeks ago, were indicted on
bribery charges.
And in Tallahassee the State
Supreme Court questioned Sul-
livan's reinstatement by orc'.er-
ln him to show cause next
Monday why he should keep
his badge.
A Dade County grand jury
indicted the three deputies, a
Miami detective and two gamb-
lers on testimony given by
George Patton, former Sullivan
deputy au'' OSS agent in World
War II despite the County
prosecutor's statement: "I don t
believe any man on earth can
tell when Patton is telling the
truth and When he is not."
The prosecutor. County Soli-
citor Robert R. Taylor, had
Patton arrested last week on
charges of Derjury In recent
gambling casts.
Deputies R. S. McElroy, Wayne
U. PIttman and J. P. Kersey
those arrested today were
among five deputies indicted by
the "racket busting" grand Jury
when he told the Judge, "I"cant
sit here and listen to this man
tPatton) lie." Patton was the
only witness against the five.
Solicitor -Taylor then drop-
ped charges against three others
City Detective Brownie simp-
son and Gamblers Joseph
i Jack) Frlerlander and Harry
Russell because Patton was
the only witness. Those three
also were re-Indicted today on
Patton's testimony.
Friedlander was Identified as
a local representative of a
Newark. N. J., mob and Russell
as the/'muscled-in" member of
the 8/ & G. Gambling Syndi-
cate.
College Corner
By Martha- Irvin
Tonight all the loyal rooters
of J. C. are over at the basket-
ball game against CHS In Cris-
tobal. Arent you? Last Tuesday
night we played BHS and lost
again. But even tho we've been
loosing, they have certainly been
good games. Last week All Mc-
Kewon was high point man with
17 points. That's wonderful All.
How bout you rooters coming
out a little more so we can have
a cheering section. And when
you come, for gosh sakes sit all
together. So much for that.
One more sports phenomonem
to add to J. C.'s record was the
swim meet last FrldayAWe had
fve men entered in the swim
BHS's men. And we won! That
was great going, boys. Congratu-
lations.
Now to the dance last Friday
nlte. The Gamma Chi girls really
turned out a peach of a dance.
It was a barn dance, and even
the orchestra was sort of coun-
try style. And the gym was de-
corated up cute. But the floor
show... that was terrific! Erna
Belle McCarty and a boy from
BHS did the Charleston, the
likes of which wr just havent
seen around before. Talent there.
The the chorus line. Picture
twelve farmer girls all Jumping
and kicking their feet at the
same time. It was darling. Of
course the costumes helped to
make it. They were really. It
was a collection of the biggest
shirts and dungarees in school,
plus the oldest straw hats in Pa-
nama. But they fit, and were darn
cute.
The nlte couldn't go by with-
out a catastrophe tho. While she
was opening bottles, Joyce Dugas
cut her finger. Not too bad a
cut, but an awful bleedy one. So
out rushed two or three more
Gamma Chi girls to take her
to the dispensary. This was at-
about 11 p.m. Well, they finally
stopped the bleeding by wrap-
ping some paper around it, and
Joyce went back and danced
some more. Such is life.
Last Sunday afternoon a sur-
Erlse shower-tea was given for
he bride-to-be, Edna Curies. The
shower was given by Barbara
Robinson, Erna Belle McCarty,
Gerl Snodgrass, Cora Gomez,
Naomi Paddock, and Martha
Hook, and was held at the JWB
in Balboa. Edna was sure that
she was going to the movies with
her mother and sister. She didn't
even think too much about why
they were taking her into the
JWB. The look of surprise was
completely genuine.
There were about thirty girls
at the tea and they all enjoyed
it. The food was wonderful, Ed-
na got some lovely presents, and
they all loved watching Edna
open them.
Scientists Wanted
For Government Jobs
Announcements of several po-
sitions for which applications are
now being accepted have been
made by the United States Civil
Service Commission in Washing-
ton.
Full information about the po-
sitions and application forms
may be obtained from the Board
f U. S. Civil Service Examiners.
Room 102. Administration Build-
ing. Balboa Heights
The positions include: substi-
tute postal transportation clerk;
last October' alow wtth"~6u7i- aeronautical, electrical, mechan-
van. The governor removed
Sullivan from office immediate-
ly but his indictment was de-
clared vok by the State Su-
preme Court.
leal and electronics engineers;
physicists in the fields of heat,
light, sound, electricity and mag-
netism, mechanics, electronics,
experimental and test tech-
The five deputies were ac- iques ".tomoblle mecanle;
quitted in circuit court after I and ph *. al science and en-
Asslstant Prosecutor Herbert i gineerlng aid.
Also last Sunday nlte was the
the radio show put on by the
College Dramatics. The show was
titled "My Double And How He
Undid Me." Larry Parks, Jack
Ray, Drucilla McConnell, and
Jean Fraises were the stars 5
the show. The rest of the drama-
tic people were the mob. This
radio show closes this season of
College Theater. This year there
have been three radio shows ancL
one Clubhouse show. "See How
They Run." The group also pre-
pared another play, "Kind
Lady," which they were unable
to give because of polio the first
semester. All the works have been
under the direction and guid-
ance of Mr. Subert Turbyfill, who
deserves a big hand for all he's
done for the shows and for the
people working on them.
Don't you people who are eli-
gible forget about the Theater
Banquet on the 13th of May. At
the Hotel Tivoli. While we're on
banquets, the V-Club Banquet Is
on the 2 of May. The Gamma Chi
Banquet on the 12th. the Theater
Banquet on the 13th, and most
Important of all. the Freshman-
Sophomore Banquet is on the
18th. Now you people all get your
dates for that banquet and prom.
Last Monday night, Jackie Blau
gave a surprise party at her
house for Alicia Cordoba. It was
Alicia's birthday, so Jackie in-
vited-the girls who live at the
dorm with her out for a sur-
prise party with ice cream, cake,
and all the regular birthday do-
ings. It was really very nice, and
Alicia was thrilled at it. So Happy
Birthday last Monday, Alicia.
Joys heaped upon the College
girls, because swimming starts in
gqm today. So fellas. If you see
the dripping heads walking
around school, you'll know why
Today was also the Tropical Col-
legian deadline. So you people
get your material in as soon as
possible Rumor has it that
Lou Malla will soon be In the
shooting gallery again, Whashap.
nin now?... well, people, be good.
High Blood Pressure
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''art. baadachti, abort breath, 1b-
diaeUon, palpitation, and mWoUrn
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BHS. Notes
By Louise Glud
Balboa High School put their best foot forward in the past
week of sports last Tuesday evening. On that night both the
Junior Varsity and Varsity played their first basketball game
ot the season against Canal Zone Junior College, and came out
on top. The JV game was a sure victory with a score of 44-33.
Following the Varsity, Jr. game, Varsity. 8r. hurriedly sprinted
onto the court to take practice shots. The boys of the team
were a picture of precision uniformed In the regular basketball
outfits of bright red and pearl white. Each also sported satin
jackets of red and white.
The Varsity battle was a tough one, but the better. Balboa
High School, knew that it was either sink or swim. They also
knew that they had no intention of drowning and rode the
Green Wave onto a smooth finish of 53 to 48.
However, on Friday night when the Cristobal High School
payed us a visit to our new gym, they showed us that being
away from home was no reason to loose. Both baby and pappa
varsity lost to CHS. The scores were JV: BHS 32, CHS 35;
V: BHS 42, CHS 50.
Now this Friday night we're going to be the guests
of the Blue and Gold Tigers. We're gonna travel to
Cristobal and then fight to tho end to win. Oar team
has had the supporters during the last two games, but
they're going to need then more with this week-end's
battle. Make sure that you arrange to board that Cris-
tobal-bound 4:40 this Friday and cheer the team on to
victory.
The "A" League gins have done it again! They have chalk-
ed up another championship for this year. The feminine nine
v/on both their games last week. One to College on Wednesday,
and one to Cristobal High on Saturday. The champeens are
anxious about receiving their gold softballs on Award's Day.
However, the "B" League wasn't as fortunate. They lost
their game 8 to 3. They did play a good game, but the credit
for this championship goes to the CHS "B" League Softball All-
Stars. Congrats, girls, we over here know Just how happy you
feel.
Friday afternoon another sports group of BH8 lost out to
their opponents. Our swimming team was defeated by the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College. College must follow through with their
nickname, the Green Wave, for they seemed to know how to
handle themselves in this aqua meet. Tomorrow there is going
to be an Ir er-squad swim meet. How about dropping over to
the pool after school and watch some lnter-team competition.
The presentation of the Spring Musical Festival was held
last Thursday. Students were excused fourth period to hear a
shortened version of the evening's performance. The chorus,
orchestra, and band dressed in solemn white made an impressive
scene.
Before the program, the chorus presented to their director,
Mr. Neil Branstetter, with a lighter. Inscribed upon the lighter
was "Branny." As the presentation was made, a few tears start-
ed to trickle down the cheeks of the "old-time" choristers
(meaning the seniors).
Mr. Branstetter put on a fine program, and to prove that
the music was superb there were many in the audience that
marveled at having a few spine-tingling moments after each
piece.
Following the game on Friday night, a great major-
ity of the BHSers thronged to the opening of the Red
Door in the Diablo Clubhouse. "It's just the thing for
all of us," agree those that attended the openin night
of this "hangout" for students.
There was another dance that week. It was the one spon-
sored by the Spanish Club. The Carnavallto Dance was held
on Saturday evening. In a gala atmosphere at the Tivoli Hotel,
the Carnavallto Queen was crowned. She was Maria Brass-
field.
The ROTC had a group of visitors last Friday. They were
school evaluating inspectors. Fifth period the Reserve Officers
Training Corps passed in review in honor of these Inspectors.
The ROTC is to hold their Annual Awards Ball on May 11.
An order: All cadets are urged to get dates for this military
affair.
Tomorrow is tell-tale day. That's right, report cards.
Whether they be good or whether they be bad, you have
one concellation. There's only one more report card
after this. Only 2 more class periods to go. Here's the
best of luck!
Just as you like to save the juiciest bite of steak till the
end of your meal, so have I left this week's best news till the
finish. Not only is it the best, but the most important. It de-
soves a lot of thought and meditation for each eligible votes.
At 2:30 on Wednesday an SA meeting was called to order,
rirst and foremost on the agenda wr the voting for candidates
to run for the offices in the Student issoclatlon Council. The
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ON VOYAGE MORNING COFFEE
Mm. Bocer W. Barnes wu complimented with a bon
Toyage coffee given at the Gulick residence of. Mr. Jerry
Whyte ky Mrs. David Marshaw. The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Ernest Beck and Mrs. Owen Tolbert.
Mrs. Barnes is leaving next week to reside In the States.
Mowers were used to form a
ship and Appropriate "Bon Voy-
age-" inscription for the bui'iet
table.
, The members of the N.O.O.
Wrves Club gave Mrs. Barnes a
table Cloth, with Individual gift 3
frcjBi those present.
"fee guests Included: Mrs. Ar-
thtg Crandall, Mrs. Robert John-
; son Mrs. Donald Smolka, M.s.
' Henry Menard. Mrs. Jerry Whvle,
.Mrs. George Miller. Mrs. John
Cousins, Mrs. Duane Mundkow-
.aky. Mrs. Harry Colbert, Mrs.
Melyin Mustaln, Mis. Willlum
Godwin, Mrs. Jesse A. File.se and
Mrs. Carl Cooper.
Farewell Dinner Party
Sergeant and Mrs. Fay Aiken
entertained with a buffet dinner
party at their residence in the Al-
'hamhra Apartments Sunday
evening. The affair honored Mr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Butler and Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Kelly, of the Coco
Solo Naval Station who are leav-
ing next week for New York, en
route to California.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Martin v/ere
also guests at the dinner.
from Davenport, Iowa and will
sail with Captain Smith Friday
for New York.
Mrs. Clara Barber was also pre-
sent.
and the honoree's sister,
Meehan.
Carla
Elks Hold Installation Bali
Cristobal Lodge No. 1542 B.P.O.
Elks held their annual Installa-
tion ball at their Brazos Heights
home Saturday evening.
The new officers who were
honored upon this occasion were:
Exalted Ruler. W. J. Dockery, Es-
teemed Leading Knight, David
Ebe-enz, Esteemed Loyal Knight,
T. J Rellhan, Esteemed Lectur-
ing Knight, George Tully, Trus-
tees: Dr. Harry Eno, and Mr. S.
F. Williams, organist. Victor May,
Jr.. Esquire. John Purvis, Tiler,
James Recela. Chaplain, Howaid
Hennlng. Inner Guard, Fred Bell,
Treasurer, Lee Larrlson, Secre-
tary, Arno Zeese, District Deputy,
Ralph Grassau.
Over 200 mebers and their la-
dles attended the ball.
Recent Departure
The following ladies from Fort
Gulick sailed Saturday for vaca-
tions in the States. Mrs. Henry
Menard left for Chicago, Illinois.
Mrs. Duane Mundkowsky Is en
route to Pennsylvania and Mrs.
John Cousins will visit In Phila-
delphia. Mrs. V. J. Holt and chil-
dren will visit in Kentucky. Mrs.
W. F. Pennock plans to vacation
In Galena, Kansas.
Young College Prexy
Who Fired Teachers
Puzzles Trustees
Mis* Apolayo Chosen
Queen of May Fair
, Ata ball at the Monaco Garlen
'8unday evening Miss Gioconda
Apolayo, candidate of the Star
and Herald newspaper, won the
.title o Queen of the Colon Mty
.Fair which will be held from May
,12 to 20th.
Se:ving as maids of honor will
be Nancy Sasso, Margarita Bar-
cenas, Thelma vCastillo and Vir-
ginia Rodriguez.
Mrs. Van Siclen
Returns from States
Mrs. William A. Van Siclen/re-
turned Saturday to her Gaiun
home from a visit with her
daughter. Miss Norma Lee, in
Richmond, Virginia.
Surprise Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Colbert
of Fort Gulick, arranged a cur-
prise birthday party at their
home, Sunday, for their young
son, Jimmy, to celebrate his
birthday anniversary.
Games were played and favors
of balloons and fancy hats were
given the young guests.
The guests were: Vicky Powell,
Eddy Diaz, Betty Jane and Eu-
nice Friese, Helen Marie Fop>,
Joey and Baby Braemer, Joey
Marlln, Jr., Joseph, Roseanna
Lastinger and Chris Lastlnger,
Alice Link, Ray Cralg, Ana Elisa,
Rose Marie and Mary Alice Jack-
son, Sandra Marcela and Bobu
Aguirre, Laura and Harry V. Col-
bert. Jr., and Ezequler Sarmiento.
Mrs. Cronan Honored
with Shower
Mrs. WilHam Cronan was Ik sc-
ored with a lingerie shower ard
breakfast given in the Fountain
Room of the Hotel Washington,
Saturday, by Mrs. David Coffey
of Margarita. A corsage of yellow
rosebuds was given the honoree
by the hostess.
Costume Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Leach ar-
ranged a costume party at their
Margarita home Saturday after-
noon to honor their daughter,
Marion, on her 9th birthday an-
niversary. The children attended
the matinee and returned to tne
residence for refreshments. Ter-
ry Webster and Kay Flowers
drew the lucky numbers for the
prizes.
The guests were: Emily Heatn.
Dolores Wheeler. Marie r.nd
Blue hydrangeas and pink car- ^ werTsandra'ckho?i
nations were used on the long h ^1 ,l* 8*.!kh.05
long
breakfast table.
The other guests included Mrs.
Cronan's mother. Mrs. Thomas
Foley of Cocoli and her sister,
Mrs. Eleanor Husum of Diablo,
with TVs. ',/. F. Rablteau and
Miss Eileen Rablteau of Balijoa,
and from the Atlantic Side: Mr?.
Roscoe Crump, Mrs. Frank Jo-
cher, Mrs. Marion Pohren, Mrs.
Michael Schommer, Mrs. Cyrus
Field, Mrs. Ralph Grassau, Mrs.
Marlon and Leonore Smith, Jim-
my, Bill and Lauray Will, Billy
Welgle, George Waldron, Georgia
Smith. Pa|tricla Shedden, Marion
Delaney, Princess and Chaiile
Tobln, Mike and Sue Barfleld.
Mrs. Lerch Was assisted by her
daughter. Patty and Sara Bar-
field.
Nine- Year-Old Celebrates
Irene Meehan, daughter of Mr.
. E. Reilly. Mrs. James Recela. Kgita'crebrLd^^in
Mrs ai Pon Un Mr. imQ~ Margarita, ceieoiated her ninth
Mrs. Al Rankln. Mrs. James Ram-
sey, Mrs. John Erickson. Mrs. Le-
land Larrlson, Mrs. John Rldgc,
Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler. Mrs. Rcy
Perkins, Mrs. Jane Wetzel, A'rj.
F. L. Alexaltis. Mrs. L. Baica,
Mrs. Raoul Theriault, Mrs. War-
den French. Mrs. Nina Pickilt,
Mrs. James McGloln. Mrs. Muriel
Barnes and Mrs. A. Nordstrom.
Informal Canasta Party
Miss Julieta Pretto was host.-.s
for a canasta party Sunday at her
home In Colon. It was an Infor-
mal bon voyage party for Mr
James Coffey.
The guests were: Mrs. Durwood
Stringer. Miss Jean Lawson, Miss
Muriel Jordan. Miss Rosarlo La-
ra, Miss Jean Dough and Miss Le-
nev Dough.
High scoring prizes were Miss
Lara and Miss Dough. Mrs. Strin-
ger and Mrs. Coffey were the low
scorers.
birthday anniversary with a lun-
cheon at the home of her par-
ents and with her guests, attend-
ed the matinee.
Prizes for games were won bff
Charles Flenniken and Tita Bi'in.
The other guests were: Ellen
Furey, Patty Bain, Ellen Clute
Revitalize Your
KIDNEYS
Feel Younger
Look Younger
Nothing K- nun or woman more
limn idiri cauied through bad kl(iyjr
action. Thla may itrnk you aufYer from
WINTER PARK. Fla., May 1.
(UP? The battle over exclusive
Rollins College's .controversial
"Boy Wonder" President moved
back to the campus here today
after trustees announced In New
YorK that a "plan" to solve :he
school's problems would be dis-
closed later this week.
The executive committee of
the board of trustees called a
meeting tonight to further con-
sider demands that young Pres-
ident Paul Wagner be fired for
dismissing one-third of his fa-
culty members. .
The 11 trustees who met in New
York over the weekend said that
"full details of the plan will be
announced at the college in Wln-
tero Park by or before Thursday
noon
The trustees Indicated in New
York that three tentative "plans"
had been drawn up for solving
the college's financial and facul-
ty problems, two of them calling
for Wagner's dismissal. Seven of
the 11 attending the meeting had
previously voted in favor of oust-
ing the 33-year-old educator.
Chairman Ray Greene of the
executive committee meeting
here branded the New York meet-
ing "illegal" and said "I still
think the action taken by the
trustees in February is sound...
I don't see how the college can
go on otherwise."
But a spokesman in New York
said the plans discussed this wee);
end had been approved "In prin-
ciple" at the meeting and would
become effective without further
action by the full board. Trustees
In New York said they planned
no further formal meetings.
IN HOLLYWOOD

CAROL LAWRENCE as .the Princess and Dona Trasavage as
the Prince in a dance storyette entitled "The Sugar Bowl"
one of the numbers In Drese Walte's 4th annual dance
recital "On With the Show" to be given Friday at 7:S0 p.m.
at "Balboa Theater. The dance recital la sponsored by the
Summer Recreation Council. Tickets at 50-cents are avail-
able at the Drese Walte's Studio, at Balboa Lodge Hall, or
from the students. "On With The Show" will include an
acrobatic dance, a mazurka, a Spanish tap tance, a chorus of
tiny tappers, and a variety of comedy and artistic numbers.
Gurion Says Israel
Not To Remain Neutral
TEL AVIV. May 1, (P>Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion said
today Israel stands little chance
of remaining neutral In a new
world war.
He did not predict the stand
Israel would take, but said: "It
takes two to remain neutral."
Balboa Gas Station
Attendant For Trial
On Funds Charge
Theodore Wrlsko, 38, American
attendant at the Balboa gas sta-
tion, was ordered to stand trial
in the District Court after he
waived preliminary hearing yes-
terday afternoon in the Balboa
Magistrate's Court.
Krisko is charged with having
failed to account promptly for
$572.60 which he had collected at
the gasoline station.
Police said yesterday that the
shortage was discovered during a
spot check of Krisko's "bank."
money kept on hand, at the gas-
oline station. The last check of
the sort was made several months
ago.
When the check was made,
Krisko is reported to have warn-
ed inspectors that they would
find a shortage of about $900, ac-
cording to police.
Bail for. the defendant was re-
duced from the $500 under which
he had been held over the week-
end to $250. This was posted by
a member of Krisko's family.
Dinner for Captain and
Mrs. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Randall, uf
France Field had Captain and
Mrs. George Smith as their din-
ner guests Sunday evening. Mrs.
mlth arrived Friday evening
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Organized Labor
Representatives End
US Protest Walkout
WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP).
Organized labor representatives
returned to all defense mobiliza-
tion agencies yesterday, ending
a protest walkout which began
two months ago.
The union leaders served no-
tice they will now turn the heat
on Congress by undertaking "a
new campaign" for tighter price
control.laws and other legisla-
tion to insure "equality of sacri-
fice" In the defense effort.
The boycott was formally ter-
minated by an announcement
from the United Labor Policy
present 15,000,000 AFL, CIO and
Committee, wlch claims to re-
Independent union members.
The committee said it Is not
yet completely satisfied with all
mobilization polices of the Tru-
man administration, but that
"considerable progress" has been
made In settling labor's griev-
ance*. > -
The announcement revealed
that George M. Harrison, pres-
ident of the AFL Railway Clerks
Brotherhood, has been appointed
a top-level assistant to Defense
Mobillzer Charles E. Wilson. That
.met one of labor's main com-
plaints that it lacked "ad-
equate representation" In Wil-
son's office.
The committee said it also has
reached a "satisfactory" agree-
ment with Wilson and the labor
department on civilian man-
power controls, another sharply-
disputed issue.
US Navy Opens
Anti-Sub War
Games In Atlantic .
WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP)
The United States Navy opened
extensive war games in the West-
ern Atlantic yesterday to test
anti-submarine defenses.
The maneuvers will last about
three weeks. Involve about 100
ships, hundreds of airplanes and
about 50,000 men.
They will cover from Cape
Race, Newfoundland, south to
Cape Hatteras, North Carolina
and east to Bermuda.
The exercises will be under the
command of Admiral William M.
Fechteler, commander in chief
of the Atlantic Fleet, and will
test a communications new net-
work reportedly more complete
and.i "tenslve than anything
available during World War II
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NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Lana
Turner, who has been having
contract trouble at MOM, has
acquired an independent movie
press agent to kibitz on her
career. Leo the Lion Isn't-roar-
inghe's squealing like a pig
under a gate.
a a a
Ave Arden is no longer deny-
ing the poasibility of an altar
sprint with actor Brooks West,
but she vows that it won't be in
the immediate future.
a a *
Patsy Kelly and Martha Raye
are penciled In for movie come-
backs. Fred Finkelhoffe is talk-
ing about them for roles In his
forthcoming Dean Martin-Jerry
Lewis comedy. "At War With the
WAC8."
a a a
Jimmy Stewart's percentage
deal in Ill's "Winchester 73" is
spilling a small fortune into his
lap.
/
Fifi D'Orsay's test for "Too
Young to Kiss" has MOM execu-
tives gasping. She photographed
like an Ingenue.
a a a
The James Masons have a
framed picture of Faith Domer-
gue on the wall of their living
room. Plunging dagger, curling
lips, open bodice, mustard plas-
ter space and all.
"Friend of ours," Mason ex-
plains. "We thought it was fun-
ny. But when Faith saw it, she
was deeply touched."
Mason's wife, Pamela, reports
that their small daughter. Port-
land, plays with Faith's daugh-
ter, DeeDee.
"When Portland saw the pic-
ture," Pamela laughed, "she
turned to me and said: 'Mummy,
what a big chest DeeDee's mo-
ther has.'"
Sabu, who's always been seen
accompanied by elephants In his
movies, forsakes his 'pachyderm
pals to play a lover in Llppert's
"Savage Drums." The lure is
dark-eyed Lita Baron, who's Mrs.
Rory Calhoun In private life.
"It's going to be wonderful for |
Sabu," Lita told me. "Everybody
thinks it .will open a whole new
career for him. It's a tender love
storysomething like 'Anna and
the King of Slam.' "
Lita looks mighty fetching In
a sarong, but the producers gave j
her tight Burmese costumes with |
high necks The Baron form
won't be entirely covered up,
because Lita speaks of "silts here
and there."
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Gloria de Haven follows Judy
Garland Into the London Palla-
dium, then returns to Hollywood
for Fox's "Stardust.". ..Steve
Cochran's trip to Mexico City
was the "Finis" tag to his brief
romance with Ginger Rogers.
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Preview card on "Goodby, My
Fancy""There's nobody ground
who can play an Eve Arden role
like Eve Arden."... Steve Fisher,
who clicked as a whodunit writer
with "I Wake Up Screaming,"
remember the movie version
with Carole Landlsis at work
on another chiller titled, "Candy
From a Baby."
a a a
Overheard: "Trying to ignore
television is like trying to ignore
a dead horse in the living room."
a a a
Call Sheet fun (from "Fine
Day"):
"On the set at 9 a. m.
One fat woman
Hatchet faced woman
Curve nosed man."
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Movimiento de flanqueo tratan de
realizar los comunistas chinos
_________ ______________________________________________________
Han esquivado la ciudad de
Sel y se dirigen hacia Yoju
en caravanas interminables
Piano sin igual
en el universo
darn a Truman
Este movimiento tal vez obligue a los aliados
abandonar la capital sin pelear
Empresa area de
Ecuador gestiona
ruta por Panam
WASHINGTON, Mayo lo.
(UP) El Inspector de la Gli-
cina de Aeronutica Civil, Cur-
tis Henderson, celebr una vista
pblica sobre la solicitud de la
empresa "Aerovas Ecuatoria-
nas 8. A." para que se le coa-
ceda permiso para realizar vue-
los de pasajeros entre Miami y
Ecuador via Panam.
El Capitn Luis Arias, Presi-
dente de la Compaa y uno de
los tres dueos, fu el nlyo
testigo en la vista y describi
la organizacin y operaciones
tie la compaa la cual na a\-
oo designada por el Gobierno
Ecuatoriano en conformidad con
el acuerdo de aviacin con E-
(Paaa a la Pac. Cal. SI
TOKIO, mayo lo. (UP).
Los comunistas chinos cambia-
ron de frente y se dirigieron
hacia el Este de Sel en un
aparente intento de esquivar la
arruinada ciudad y penetrar
profundamente en Corea del
Sur.
Detenidos en su empeo de
apoderarse de la ex-capltal de
Corea del Sur, los comunistas
se dirigan en filas sin fin ha-
da el sureste bajo el podero-
so bombardeo areo y de la
artillera aliada.
Es posible que los rojos ini-
cien la segunda etapa de su
ofensiva de primavera "para
terminar la guerra" en Yoju
a 38 millas al sureste de Sel
y 50 millas al Sur del Paralelo
38.
El avance comunista hacia
Yoju probablemente obligue al
Octavo Ejrcito a abandonar a
Sel sin pelear y retirarse al
Sur para proteger el flanco y
retaguardia aliados.
El lo. de mayo amaneci sin
la esperada ofensiva comunls-
Pasa la Pg C Col. I*
Por unanimidad aprueba
el senado de Irn ley
que expropia el petrleo
Rtulo Pro-Pern
oculta edificio
de "La Prensa"
BUENOS AIRES, Mayo lo. -
(UP) Un enorme rtulo en
el que se apoya la candidatura
del Presidente Pern y su >.."-
m, para la presidencia y Viee-
presidencia en las elecciones del
o que viene, oculta parcia.-
mente el rente del edificio
principal de La Prensa en la
Avenida de Mayo a media can-
ora de distancia de la Plaza de
Mayo.
El rtulo fu colocado en li-
nos rboles situados Junto a la
cera del edificio de la prenu,
por el Sindicato de vendedores
de peridicos cuya disputa con
el peridico inici una serle de
acontecimientos que culminaron
con la expropiacin de ste.
(Pasa a la Pg. 6, cal. 7)
TEHERAN, Mayo lo. (UP)El
Senado de Irn aprob por una-
nimidad anoche el proyecto de
ley para nacionalizar los bienes
de la Compaa Anglo-Irami de
Petrleo, empresa de propiedad
de los britnicos que tienen el
monopolio de los recursos petro-
leros de Irn.
Se espera que el Sha Moham-
med Reza Pahlevi firme el pro-
yecto aprobado ya por la Cma-
ra Baja de Irn, aunque l se
opone a la medida.
El senado aprob el proyecto
tras un debate que dur todo
el dia, y mientras Mohammed
Mossadegh le deca al pas en
su primer mensaje como Primer
Ministro que Irn podra pros-
Esrar mediante la utilizacin de-
Ida de sus fuentes petroleras.
El Dr. Matln Daftari, ex-Prl-
mer Ministro y yerno de Mo-
hammed dijo al Senado que
cuando el proyecto de naciona-
lizacin se convierta en ley se
fortificar la seguridad Interna
e Internacional de Ilrn y ser
ms fcil mantener la paz.
El oro negro ha sido siempre
el azote de Irn, dijo Daftari
Pasa a la ptina columna 6)
Entre el ruido de tanques
y fuerzas blindadas Somoza
prolonga seis aos su mando
Con excepcin de Guatemala treinta pases se hacen
representar en esta ceremonia
Llegar a Panam
este mes Carlos
Lpez Moctezuma
En los primeros das de este
mes, est anunciada la llegada
del notable actor del ^~-}. tea-
tro y radio mexicana. Carlos
Lpez Monctezuma. quien viene
cumpliendo Jira artstica por va-
rios pases de nuestro continen-
te.
Carlos Lopes Moctezuma es-
ta considerado dentro y fuera
de su pais. Mxico, como uno de
los actores de ms prestigio del
cine hispano, siendo su especia-
lidad la interpretacin de los
panelea de "villano". En 1949 fue
premiado con el "Ariel", mxi-
mo galardn que confiere anual-
mente la Academia Cinemato-
grfica mexicana a los artistas
que descuellan por su labor ar-
tstica dentro del ao corres-
pondiente, por su actuacin en
To Escondido" al lado de Ma-
ra -Flix.
- MANAGUA, Mayo lo. (UP)
El General Anastasio Somoja
volvi a asumir la Presidencia
de Nicaragua al ser Juramenta-
do ante el Congreso y ms de
treinta misiones extranjeras en
las ceremonias celebradas en
el Estadio, Nacional.
WASHINGTON. Mayo 1 (UP)
El Presidente Truman ser ob-
sequiado con un piano que no
tiene igual en el mundo, con
motivo de celebrarse la semana
interamerlcana y nacional de
la msica del 6 a 13 de mayo.
El regalo ser una esplnta lla-
mada Plano de las Naciones U-
nidas; tiene ochenta y ocho te-
clas, est hecho con materias
primas de muchos de los pases
miembros de la ONU. En su
construccin se us caoba sur-
americana, para el mueble; lana
australiana en los martinetes y
nquel canadiense v acero nor-
teamericano en las partes me-
tlicas.
La Asociacin Nacional de
Recreo, que har el regalo al
Presidente Truman, dice que la
semana de la msica ser cele-
brada en tres mil comunidades
Espectacular
desfile hubo
hoy en Rusia
MOSC, mayo lo. (UP).
La Unin Sovitica celebr el
lo. de mayo con un nuevo ata-
que a los "traficantes de gue-
rra" norteamericanos y una es-
pectacular parada demostrando
el podero militar y areo de
los soviticos.
El Ministro de Guerra, Ale-
xander Vasllevsky le dijo a las
tropas soviticas que S en-
contraban concentradas en la
Plaza Roja, que Estados Unidos
"est preparando la tercera
guerra mundial, pero que el
pueblo sovitico puede depender
de sus fuerzas armadas para
defender sus fines pacficos".
Los tanques, de cuatro en
fondo, enorme cantidad de ca-
ones y miles de soldados, mar-
charon frente a la tribuna de
honor en l Mausoleo de Le-
nin en la Plaza Roja, mientras
la multitud que se encontraba
en la ruta gritaba.
En el aire, rugieron ms de
200 aviones bajo el comando del
General Vaslli Stalln, hijo del
Premier y comandante de i
defensa area de Mosc. Casi
la mitad de los aviones eran
bombarderos cuatrimotores y los
otros incluan por lo mfnos dos
clases de aviones a retropropul-
sin.
La presencia de Stalln en la
tribuna a las diez de la ma-
ana fue la seal para que
comenzara la celebracin. Va-
silevsky habl poco antes de
que comenzara el desfile.
Vasilevsky dijo que la pol-
tica sovitica estaba encamina-
da a prevenir la guerra y sal-
vaguardar la paz, Dijo: "Man-
teniendo la guardia de los in-
tereses del Estado y de los tra-
bajadores, est el glorioso ejr-
cito de la Unin Sovitica.
Nuestro pueblo puede depender
en eu ejrcito sovitico y en
la Armada sovitica. Ellos siem-
pre cumplirn honorablemente
con su deber para con el pue-
blo".
Se gestionar el intercambio
comercial y turstico entre
los pases de este continente
Es el fin primordial de la conferencia de comercio
que se iniciar en Panam el Martes
^J* prxima semana ce seio-
wr en esta capital la prime-
la reunin comercial de carc-
ter internacional que ha co-
nocido la historia de esta re-
pblica cuando se inaugure el
martes en la maana la pri-
mera convencin de la Cmara
de Comercio de las Americas
que ha escogido a Panam pa-
ra su reunin inicial y para la
cual se estn hadando toos
los preparativos del caso a fin
de que sea un completo xito
Con esta convencin que se
celebrar aqui se abre el com-
ps para que nuestra capital
sea la sede de futuras reunio-
nes de esta natualeza pues ya
.se cuenta aqu con fallcldaJes
^ue no existan pocos meses a-
irs. Para la reunin de la pr-
xima semana, se nos ha hifor
niado, se esperan representaclo-
i.es de numerosas agrupaciones
comerciales del continente in-
cluyendo de los Estados Ur.i-
dos. El fin principal que persi-
gue esta agrupacin que se reu-
nir aqui es tratar de facilitar
el Intercambio comercial y tu-
rstico entre los pases del con-
tinente y la situacin de Pa-
nam se ha considerado Ideal
para reunir y diseminar esias
Informaciones, de all el heoo
de la escogencla de Panam
para sede de la primera
reunin.
8e espera que los primeros
delegados llegarn al Istmo en
la tarde del sbado prximo
y de all hasta el martes en que
ser lnauguiada solamente la
convencin continuarn llegan-
to los representantes extran-
jeros. En la Cmara de Comer-
cio de Panam se est laboran-
do Intensamente para preparar
todos los detalles de esta mag-
na reunin y se cuenta con la
absoluta seguridad de que todo
ser terminado a tiempo.
No es legal el impuesto que
desean fijar a las casas que
abran despus de las 6 p. m.
As lo sostiene el seor don Federico Humbert en
carta dirif ida al Alcalde Vega Mndez
El 12 de este mes
ser coronada la
Reina de la Feria
No es aplicable ta Ley de SS
de diciembre de 1932 que esta-
blece un impuesto especial para
aquellos establecimientos co-
merciales que abran sus puer-
tas despus de las el de la
Tomar posesin la
nueva directiva de
Radiodifusores, hoy
La nueva directiva de la Aso-
ciacin Panamea de Radiodi-
fusores tomar posesin esta
noche a las- 7:30 p. m. en acto
que tendr lugar en el Jardn
Brisas del Mar, de San Francis-
co de la Caleta, donde se servi-
r una "paellada".
La nueva directiva de la A-
soclacln de Radio fusion la in-
tegran: Fernando Eleta, Presi-
dente; Agustn De Mena, primer
vlce-presWente; Jos Jan y
Jan, segundo vlce-presidente;
Luis Ernesto Mndez, secreta-
rlo; Lorenzo Enrique Snchez
Galn, tesorero; Lenidas Ret-
tally. fiscal; Fernando Jolly y.
Alberto Rodrguez Auerbach.
vocales.
tarde, declara el presidente de
la Cmara de Comercio don
Federico Humbert, en carta que
dirige al Alcalde del Distrito
Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, en la
que le pide que se sirva orde-
nar a las autoridades munici-
pales respectivas que se abs-
tengan de cobrar un impuesto
que es inconveniente y que no
est autorizado por ninguna
ley.
Dice el representante de la
Cmara de Comercio que la ley
en referencia no es aplicable,
pues qued derogada desde el
dos de Julio de 1941, en vir-
tud de lo dispuesto por la cons-
titucin de ese mismo ao, que
dispuso que todas las leyes vi-
gentes en la fecha que entr
a regir ese estatuto constitucio-
nal, y que no lo contrariaran,
quedaran derogadas seis me-
ses despus de que entrase a
regir dicha constitucin.
La carta del seor Hlmbert
(Pasa a la Pagina < col. 2>
rr
Carlos Lpez Montezuma vie-
ne acompaado de un selecto
grupo de artistas con auienes
har una serie de actuaciones
n el Teatro "Presidenle".
Todas las naciones Ameri-
canas estuvieron representadas,
con excepcin de Guatemala
que no mantiene relaciones di-
plomticas con Nicaragua. La
ocasin marc la reanudacin
de relaciones diplomticas con
Cuba.
La toma de posesin fu se-
guida por un desfile de las fu.-r
zas armadas de Nicaragua, el
cual incluy fuerzas blindajs
> tanques, mientras' los aviones
militares volaban sobre el es-
tadio. Al medio dia se cele o/
un "T Deum" en la Santa I-
tlesia de la Catedral.
En la tarde Somoza recloir
a los periodistas nacionales y
extranjeros, seguida de una ri-
ce peln a los delegados extran-
jeros y funcionarios del Ck-
blerno y por la noche habr
una fiesta para el pueblo *m
la plaza.
Maana llegar la
compaa espaola
"Lope de Vega
Maana, mircoles, a bordo de
la motonave 'Usodlmare" llega-
rn a Coln procedente de Bue-
naventura (Colombia), en cuyo
pais han actuado durante ocho
meses consecutivos, los inte-
grantes de la famosa Compaa
Espaola "Lope de Vega", com-
puesta de 27 personas entre ar-
tistas y personal tcnico. Con
un bagage de 160 bultos y un
peso de 16 toneladas, de mate-
rial escenogrfico.
La Compaa se trasladar a
la capital para presentarse ante
el pblico el jueves tres de mayo
a las 8 30 p.m. sobre el escenario
del Teatro Nacional, con la obra
inmortal de Don Jacinto Bena-
vente: LOS INTERESES CREA-
DOS". Dando con ella comienzo
a su breve temporada de seis
das en Panam, ya que com-
promisos anteriores les impidan
permanecer ms tiempo entre
nosotros. Como el acontemtento
artstico mt importante del ao
puede considerarse el debut de
esa formidable Compaa, que
lleva recorriendo en triunfo des-
de 20 meses, diversos pases his-
pano americanos.
Para promover las relaciones
nter-Americana8 votan partida
de $388.000 en Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, Mayo lo. (UP pasado, el egreso para ste pio-
La coronacin de la Reina de
la Feria de Coln ser el Sba-
do 12 de Mayo a las 1:0 p.m.
en el gimnasio del Colegio Abel
Bravo. Se presentar una re-
vista musical y se ofrecer des-
pus en el Jardn Monaco un
recio baile de gala en honor
de la Reina y su Corte de Ho-
nor.
El Club Los Tigres, organi-
zador del reinado, viene estu-
diando todo lo concerniente a
este acto de coronacin a fin
de que resulte vistoso y extra-
ordinario.
Nueva ofensiva de
paz comunista ha
quedado daada
LAKE SUCCESS, mayo lo.
(UP). La "nueva ofensiva
de paz" comunista se malogr
en la sesin inaugural de la
comisin de Derechos de la Mu-
jer al recha/ se su propuesta
de que se celebrara juicio y se
condenara como criminales de
guerra "a las personas culpa-
bles de propaganda de guerra".
La delegada rusa, Elizabeth
Poova y la polaca Zophla Dem-
blnska, presentaron a la comi-
sin Integrada por quince mu-
jeres, una mocin para que se
incluyera en el orden del dia
el estudio de la resolucin a-
probada en Berln en febrero
pasado por la "Federacin De-
mocrtica Internacional de Mu-
(Pasa a la Pg. t>, col. si
La propuesta
de MacArthiir
se estudiar
WASHINGTON, Mayo lo. (UP
- Se ha sabido que los Senado-
res Republicanos han pedido el
informe del Estado Mayor del
12 de Enero, para determinar
si ste contiene la aprobacin
de lo propuesta del General
Mac Arthur de llevar la gueira
coreana a la China Comunista.
El Senador Styles Bridges di-
jo que el documento contiene
los pasos a tomar "en ciertas
eventualidades" y quiere que se
ie enve a las Comisiones de
Fuerzas Armadas y Relaciones
Exteriores del Senado durante
la investigacin de la destitu-
cin de MacArthur
Las investigaciones se inicia-
rn el Jueves en una sesin a
puerta cerrada, con MacArth.ir
como testigo principal.
Otro Informe secreto escrito
por el General Albert C. Weae-
meyer en 1947 sobre Corea, oc-
r hecho pblico hoy, despus
c,ue los dos Comits le qultaion
varios prrafos que menciona-
ban "personalidades".
Una fuente del Congreso dijo
que el informe demostrar que
Wedemeyer recomend que no
se retiraran as fuerzas de ocu-
pacin de Corea, aunque ellas
ueron retiradas antes que co-
menzara la guerra Coreana.
Tienen derecho a
matrcula los que
beque Educacin
Jefes de Salud se
reunieron ayer en
la ciudad de David


DAVID, 1 de Mayo (Corres-
ponsal Viajero)Una de las mas
importantes conferencias de Sa-
lud Pblica, en la cual han in-
tervenido autoridades mdicas
de la capital precedidas por el
Dr. Roberto Sandoval, Director
del Departamento de Salud P-
blica y el Dr. Horacio Daz G-
mez, Mdico Jefe del Seguro
Social, se efectu ayer, en esta
ciudad en la Gobernacin de la
Provincia.
La reunin se efectu con
asistencia de las primeras au-
toridades administrativas, medi-
cas y militares y tuvo como
primer objetivo, tomar las me-
didas necesarias para mante-
ner el control de la Salud P-
blica en la Provincia.
Durante la reunin a la que
asistieron tambin elementos
consiplcuos de la Provincia se
discutieron problemas de hi-
giene social principalmente, los.
problemas de profilaxis social
de la ciudad de David y de Fuer
to Armuelles, donde las enfer-
medades venreas son un verda-
dero problema para los encar-
gados de la salud pblica.
Las mejoras de los servicios
mdicos en el Hospital de David,
a cargo del Dr. Francisco Quin-
tana, fueron tambin discutidas
en esta reunin. El reconoci-
miento pblico por las mejora
logradas en esta Institucin de
(Pasa a la Pi 6. col D
Por aceptar cuotas
polticas castigan
a sendor en EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, Mayo lo (UP)
El Tribunal Federal declar
culpable anoche al Represen-
tante Republicano Walter E
Brehm, de haber aceptado con-
tribuciones para campaas po-
lticas de una seora empleada
en su oficina.
Brehm, dentista de profesin
que cuenta con 58 aos y que
ocupa el cargo de Representan-
te por cierto distrito Congre-
slonal de Ohio por 5a. periodo,
fu declarado culpable de cinco
acusaciones de violar la ley
contra prcticas Ilegitimas por
Earte de representantes del pue-
lo.
El Tribunal no anunci la fe-
cha en que sentenciara a
Erehm. Este puede ser conde-
nado a cumplir tres aos de pri-
sin y pagar una multa de 5.000
dlares por cada uno de los de-
litos.
Leo R. Rover, abogado da
Brehm, anunci inmediatamen-
te que solicitar un nuevo jul-
iPaaa a la Pg. 6. Coi. >
La Universidad resolvi
modificar la suma fijada
como derecho de matrcula
Para su publicacin se nos ha
enviado el siguiente comunicado:
La Junta Administrativa, en
su sesin del ca 26 de abril.
en vista de que existe una situa-
cin econmica difcil en el pais
que afecta a los estudiantes y
considerando tambin que es de
urgente necesidad el incremen-
tar los Ingresos de la institucin
resolvi reconsiderar el atfuerdo
por medio del eual se cobra
B.15.00 de matrcula y B.5.00 por
cada laboratorio o saln con
equipo, en la siguiente forma:
a) fijar la matricula en a.
10.00 semestrales.
b) Fijar como derecho por un
laboratorio o saln' con equipo
B.5.00, por semestre y B.3.00 por
cada laboratorio o saln con
equipo adicional que use el es-
luuiaiuc.
Pargrafo: Se exceptan los
salones de orientacin musical y
de Geografa por los cuales slo
pagarn B.3.00 por cada uno.
c) Nombrar una comisin In-
tegrada por un profesor, un es-
tudiante y un representante at
la administracin para que es-
tudie cuidadosamente, dentro
de un plazo de 15 das, el mon-
to de la suma de dinero necesa-
ria para operar con eficiencia la
Universidad y que presente un
plan donde se Indiquen los me-
dios para arbitrar este dinero,
Panam, 27 de abril de 1951.
Secretario General de la Un
versidad.
Un ataque en masa
sera efectuado
contra los EE. U.U.
WASHINGTON, Mayo lo (UPt
El Director de Defensa Civil,
Millard Caldwell advirti que si
el enemigo realiza un ataque a-
reo contra los E. Unidos 'no se-
ria con uno o dos aviones sino
una gran incursin en masa." Di-
Jo que "su proposito seria el de
crear la mayor cantidad posible
de pnico y terror y producir el
mayor nmero de bajas dentro el
pocas horas y romper el espinazo
de nuestra capacidad de produc-
cin."
Caldwell hizo la advertencia si
Iniciarse el curso sobre la amena-
za de un ataque atmico y cmo
sobrevlvlrlo, que se dicta en la
Escuela Federal de la Direccin
de Defensa Civil.
Tambin hicieron uso de la pa-
labra en la sesin de apertura del
curso Sir John Hodsoll, Director
de Adiestramiento de Defensa Ci-
vil en Gran Bretaa, Paul Martin,
(Pasa a la Paz. S. Col. 4)
El ante-proyecto de presu-
puesto militar para el ao fu-
cal que comienza el lo. de Ju-
lio, incluye una partida para
la Secretaria del Ejrcito i>
380,000 dlares para promover-
las relaciones inter americanas
Explicando dicha partida el
ante-proyecto dice que "este es
un plan para promover la Co-
laboracin militar con los pa-
ses latino-americanos mediai/e
la uniformidad de organizacin,
adiestramiento y equipo".
En el presupuesto se calcula
que durante el actual ao !-
cal se gastarn en promocin
de relaciones lnteramerlcai.as
343,639 dlares de los 432,000 a-
signados paia tal fin. En el ao
fiscal cerrado el 30 de Jsnic
psito
lares.
ascendi a 397,105 tj-
La peticin de 388,000 dlares
is p,
tldas: Agasajo a oficiales y fui-
.se dividen en las siguientes par-
En su nuevo local
comienza clases
el Artes y Oficios
Las clases en la Escuela
Artas y Oficios se Iniciarn ma-
ana en el nuevo local situado
en la carretera trans-Istmica.
al Igual aue los dems colegio
de la Repblica.
En el antiguo local funcio-
nan tres escuelas primaria*.
donarlos latino-americanos por
misiones militares; Comisin Kl
litar Mixta Brasileo-Nortea-
mericana; y el Comando de,
Caribe, 66,230 dlares-
Traduccin al espaol y por-
tugus e Impresin de publica-
ciones acerca el adiestramiento,
18,873 dolares.
Recorrido de funcionarios la-
tinoamericanos por las instala-
ciones militares e Industriales
de EE. UU., 56,000 dlares.
Dietas a las misiones minu-
tes de Estados Unidos no paga-
das por el Gobierno del pais en
que se encuentran, 91,546 do-
I
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
22,400
Como quiera que algunos pa-
dres o tutores de los becarios
por el Ministerio de Educacin
no conocen con exactitud los
privilegios a que tienen dere-
cho sus hijos o acudidos, nos
acercamos al despacho del se-
or Manuel de J. Luzcando, Vi-
sitador de las Escuelas Parti-
culares, quien nos inform lo
siguiente, de lo cual corremos
traslado a los Interesados: De
acuerdo con el Decreto-Ley No.
28, de 12 de junio de 1947, so-
bre Impuestos de inmuebles, los
planteles particulares que acep-
taron otorgarlas veinte (20) be-
cas a cambio de la exonera-
cin del impuesto de Inmue-
bles que estn obligados a pa-
gar al Estado, se comprometie-
ron, mediante contratos firma-
dos con el Ministerio de Edu-
cacin, a dar a los becarios el
servicio de matricula, de ense-
ansa y suministro de libros de
texto. Los textos que las escue-
las suministren a los alumnos
becarios, de conformidad con
los mencionados contratos, se-
rn propiedad exclusiva d e 1
plantel, el cual podr exigir a
los padres o tutores el depsito
correspondiente al precio de di-
chos textos, como garanta de
su buen uso y conservacin. Es-
te depsito ser devuelto a los
padres o tutores al finalizar el
ao escolar, en su totalidad o
con los descuentos que proce-
dan, en los casos de deterioro
por descuido en el manejo de
tales textos.
Gran Bretaa advertir a
Irn que no debe adoptarse
ninguna 'medida precipitada'
Declara que la disputa tendr que llevarse al Tri-
bunal de Justicia de La Haya
LONDRES, Mayo lo. UP) -
El Gobierno Britnico instruy
durante el fin de semana a su
Embajador Sir Francis stu,>-
i.aid para que advierta a las
autoridades Iranias acerca del
peligro de que tomen "medidas
precipitadas".
Los funcionarlos del Ministe-
rio de Relaciones Exteriores ca-
lificaron los proyectos de Irn de
expropiar las instalaciones de
la Anglo-Aranlan Oil Co., como
un procedimiento 'unilateral" e
"inaceptable" para la Grin
Bretaa. Agregaron que la dis-
puta tendra que llevarse al
Tribunal Internacional de la
Haya si Irn persista en s*
proyecto-
Dijeron que el acuerdo origi-
nal de la compaa con Iran
contiene una clusula que esti-
pula que se redurrlr al "arol-
traje Internacional" en caso de
disputa.
Mientras tanto, la compaa
reiter al Gobierno de Irn ojie
est dispuesta a considerar >s
cambios en el acuerdo original,
siempre que stos se h ;&n por
mutuo consentimiento.
Fuentes informadas dljerm
que al Embajador Britnico en
Tehern se le han dado ampli. s
facultades para que trate de
evitar que Irn adopte una de-
cisin precipitada. 8e Indica *-
traoflclalmente que en caso 'jue
la representacin britnica eoi.-
(Paaa a la Pag. Col. *
Seis consulados
cerrar en China
la Gran Bretaa
LONDRES. Mayo lo. (UP) S
supo que el Gobierno Britnico
cerrar seis consulados en la
China Comunista durante el
mes de Mayo, dejando abier-
tos slo los consulados ce
Shanghai, Cantn, Tientsin y
la oficina del Encargado de Ne-
gocios en Pekn.
Las esferas diplomticas han,
interpretado la decisin de ce-
rrar aquelos consulados coi:io
una seal ms de que han Ira-
casado las gestiones de Gran
Bretaa para establecer pen*.*
relaciones diplomticas con el
Gobierno Chino.
Gran Bretaa reconoci al
rgimen Comunista Chino el o
de Enero de 1950. Todos io*
esfuerzos hechos por Gran flie-
laa desde aquella fecha para
establecer relaciones diplom-
ticas, incluso el cambio de Em-
bajadores han sido rechazado*
por Pekn.
Recientemente, el Cnsul orl-
tnlco en Thwa. G. Fox Holn.ee
tuvo que regresar a LonS^H
tTas haber sido maltratado por
los com uns las chinos-



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EL DIA DEL TRABAJO
Hoy se celebra el da que la ley establece para
rendrsele homenaje a los trabajadores. Esta fe-
cha, como es sabido, tiene, por decirlo as, un as-
. pecto internacional ya que en un nmero conside-
rable de pases est dedicada a la celebracin del
trabajo.
El motivo de la fiesta bien se puede prestar
para algunas observaciones serias sobre el verda-
dero alcance de ella, an cuando generalmente s-
lo se le invoca por determinados sectores para apre-
ciaciones de tipo demaggico o para canalizar el
entusiasmo de los trabajadores hacia metas pol-
ticas extremas.
Pero es evidente que hay quienes profieren un
anlisis o un comentario sobre el tema aludido des-
de un punto de vista absolutamente sincero, de
acuerdo con la realidad e inspirado en los ms sa-
nos principios ideolgicos. Desde luego que para lo-
grar todo esto no sera posible en el reducido es-
pacio de una nota editorial que ms que otra cosa
slo tiene por objeto, en este caso, recoger en sn-
tesis la inquietud colectiva en torno a esta celebra-
cin ,f '
En una fecha como la de hoy es muy conve-
niente que todos mediten un poco, en su trascen-
dencia y se trate de comprender a cabalidad la ele-
vada misin del trabajador y los derechos y las
obligaciones que ella entraa.
Nuestra Constitucin Nacional define en un
captulo la poltica del Estado panameo en rela-
cin al Trabajo. All se establece que ste es un
derecho y un deber del individuo, lo mismo que,
en forma clara se proclama la necesidad de man-
tener las relaciones entre el capital y el trabajo
"sobre una base de justicia social, de modo que, sin
perjudicar a ninguna de las partes se garanticen
al trabajador las condiciones necesarias para una
vida normal y al canital una compensacin equita-
tiva de su inversin."
Los. panameos deben, pues, armonizar los n-
ter*? es de unos y otros dentro de la justicia social
y, a la vez, dentro c;l ms acertado sentido de rea-
lidad. Ni el capital debe entrar en pugna con el
trabajador ni ste debe socavar los cimientos de
aqul. La felicidad nacional se lograr cada da
ms a medida que la vida panamea se desenvuel-
va socialmente a la luz de la equidad y la justicia.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo
Los rojos chinos
aumentan sus
defensas
HONG KONG. mayo lo. (UP)
El aumento de las patrunas
navales nacionalistas han dote-
nido, virtuaimente, el trj.co
martimo a lo largo de la co-tn
sur de la C'alna Comunista y
los rojos han cerrado uno de
sus puertos con el fin de evi-
tar la llegada de nacionaluU'.,
de acuerdo con informes reg-
oldos del continente.
Una Informacin llegada de
Hong Kong dice que los comu-
nistas han ordenado el cierre
t.el puerto de Swatow, y le uan
dicho a los pescadores que nc
se hagan a la mar, a fin de c-
vltar que se filtre Informacin
a los nacionalistas
Los nacionalistas han captv.-
iadr el barco alemn de 5,030
toneladas "Mal Reckers" y un
cargamento de materiales, es-
tratgicos, los cuales eran para
la China Comunista.
Tambin se informa que los
Comunistas estn aumentando
las defensas costeras cerca de
Swatow y el estrecho de For-
mosa, en donde Chiang Kai-
Shek y su flota mantienen pa-
trullas continuas.
EL PNDULO
i* -
MARTES, MAYO L 1951,
Por ALDOR
Hong Kong ser un importante
punto en el debate sobre la
poltica de EE. UU. en Oriente
La Paz: Me manda el vaivn de este pndula.
Gran Bretaa est dispuesta El general Speidel ser tal
a participar junto coo EE.UU. vez Jefe del Ejrcito Alemn
en el bombardeo a Manchuria
Por William Hies
(NANA)
Esta nueva pauta poltica "profundamente difiere"
de la que prevaleca en Diciembre x
Lama* segura, la mal Miare
de la* toalla* aniUria*. No
hay nada como Mode**.
Produelo da jJovWmm *-H
LONDRES, mayo lo. (UP).
Fuentes oficiales dijeron que
Gran Bretaa se encuentra dis-
puesta a colaborar con Estados
Unidos en algunos aspectos ..e
la poltica en el Lejano Orien-
te, incluyendo el bombardeo de
las bases comunistas en Mai.-
c hurla y tratados bilaterales de
paz con el Japn.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Herbert Morrison, hi-
t stas sugestiones al Gabine-
te Britnico, las cuales "difie-
ren profundamente" de la po-
ltica Britnica de Diclemre
pasudo.
Se ha informado que Moirl-
son ha hecho saber su determi-
nacin de buscar un entendi-
miento en algunas diferencia5,
y oalos entendimientos entre
Estados Unidos y Gran Bre*?.-
a, los cuales malogran las le-
aclones de ambos pases.
Algunos funcionarios dljaon
que no se atreven a confirmar
os rumores de que Morrison vi-
sitar a Washington en un 1-
turo cercano, y dijeron que la
poltica britnica podra darse
a conocer en las consultas que
se estn celebrando en Wash-
ington.
Se dice que Estatos Unaos
ha pedido el consentimiento '
los 14 pases que luchan en Co-
rea para bombardear a Man-
churia. Hasta la semana pa-
sada el Gabinete Britnico se
opona a la propuesta de Esta-
dos Unidos, pero Morrison ciijo
que apoyaran esa politica si
las operaciones areas cqmil-
i.lstac en Corea aumentan < i
gran escala.
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
CONCURSO HE CTEDRA:
Sr *bre conrurao de titulo* y antecedentes una Ctedra de Derecho
Civil (des runos de cuatro horas rada uno) dependiente de la Facultad de
Derecho y Ciencias Politlrav \
1.a solicitudes para tomar parle en este concurso deben presentarse en
la* formularlos especale* I efecto, disponibles en la Secretaria de la
l'nl\ertldad. antes del Lunes 7 de Mayo de 1*51 a las 5 p.m. fecha en que
quedar cerrado el concurso.
Los aspirantes deben presentar a la Secretaria sus ttulos diplomas
originales, debidamente lealfudov ron copia fotosUtlca do loa mismos,
asi como sus crditos, una relacin sobre au experiencia docente, su curri-
culum vltae y dos retratos tamafto 2x2.
Panam, Abril 2S de 1*51.
IKDFRICO A. VFJ.ASO.LEZ.
Secretarlo C.ral de la Intimidad
'NUEVO! SENSACIONAL!
DESODRAME ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
Se aplica apretando el
frasco cor los dedos
ATOMIZADOR DESODORANTE ODO-RO-NO
-no ea alo nuevo tu pomo, e*
nuevo en su formla superior. Ms
moderno, ma prctico, ms efirir.
IAPI0Z El olor del eudor derapurree
instantneamente y protege 24 horas...
Uetiene el sudor sin peligro.
INOFENSIVO-No irrita I* piel normal, selo
* diario. No daa la ropa.
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WASHINGTON. Mayo lo
i EPS). cuando exista de
nuevo el ejrcito regular ale-
mn (occidental), si esto llega
a suceder, lo ms probable es
que su comandante en jefe sea
el severo Hans Speidel, "tenien-
te general en las fuerzas del
tercer Reich y actualmente pro-
fesor de historia en la univer-
sidad de Tuebingen.
Herr Doktor Speidel, lejos de
ser sospechoso de nazismo, fue
uno de los que participaron en
el fracasado "complot de los
generales" del 20 de^ Julio de
1944. Pas los ltimos meses de
la guerra en una prisin de la
Gestapo, salvndose milagrosa-
mente de la pena de muerte
que fue impuesta a muchos de
sus compaeros.
El doctor Speidel va no es,
oficialmente, un general. Su ti-
tulo de doctor lo gan legiti
mmente, al graduarse "summ
cum laude" en historia y eco
norata en 1925, en la misma
universidad en que ahora en-
sea. .
Un soldado profesional de
brillante hoja de servilcos, se
le reconoce como un hbil or-
ganizador y no hay duda al-
guna que podra preparar un
ejrcito en el menor tiempo
posible. Y que est dispuesto ai
hacerlo lo evidencia su parti-
cipacin en las conversaciones
celebradas en Bonn, capital de
i iir isitf
Piel Que Pica
Cicatrizada por el Nuevo
Descubrimiento
Ssj *(el tlan* cerca de GO milln** do
diminuto poros y arrugas an donde
e alojan loe (ermenea y causan una
terrible comeaOny ardor, grieta*, erup-
rtonoa de la pial, ecaenm. piel eeca-
moea acn, eaplnlllaa, barros, come-
6n de loa plea y otroe malea. I* tra-
tamiento* ordinario* producen nica-
mente ailvlo temporal porgue no ma-
tan loa germenea causantea del mal.
El n*evo descubrimiento Nixoderm
mata loa grmene en poco minuto*
y dejar au cut* limpio, suave jl.
atractivo en una emana. Pida hoy
n la botica Nixoderm para eliminar
la verdadera cauaa de la* enfermeda-
Nixoderm ''-'
6rdw d la al
la Alemania Occidental, hace
pocos das.
All se discuti la creacin'
del nuevo ejrcito alemn y su
posible relacin con la organi-
zacin militar del Pacto del A-1
tlntlco. Los Estados Unidos es-1
tuvieron representados en la i
reunin por el mayor general
Georpe P. Hays, lugarteniente
del Alto Comisionado McClo.v
tos resultados de las conversa-
ciones no fueron anunciados,
pero el hecho de que el general
Eisenhower viera a Speidel en
su reciente jira por Europa se
toma como una indicacin s
que la actitud del segundo es
"comparativa".
Al dar la bienvenida a Spei-
del como un nuevo aliado, em-
pero, los occidentales no deben
suponer que se trata de un
grande exponente de la demo-
cracia jeffersoniana. No hay
hada, en sus treinta y siete
aos de servicios pblicos, que i
dique que l sea otra cosa
ue un buen patriota alemn.
Como miembro o aliado de
los consejos militares occiden-
tales, se esperara de Speidel un
apoyo entusiasta en todo aque-
llo en que coincidan los int-re-
ses del occidente y los de Ale-
mania. Pero cuando exista un
conflicto, actuar prli eramente
como alemn.
Su ayuda seria enorme, por-
que es el nico general impor-
SALUD COM
SAL HEPTICA'
Por Robert W. Wells
(N- A. N. A.)
NUEVA YORK, Mayo lo. El debate score la politica de
los Estados Unidos y sus alia-
dos en el Lejano Oriente Indu-
dablemente llamar la alea-
cin de las Naciones Unidas a ;-
ca la colonia britnica de Hor.g
Kong, especialmente He parte
de los crticos de Trornan.
Los anglfobos han venido
murmurando 'nace mes acerca
de las actividades de ese puerto
uno de los ms Importantes ucl
mundo, afirmando que el reco-
nocimiento del rgimen comu-
nista chino por el gobierno de
Londres ha tenido como m.il
principal el deseo de seguir rea-
lizando un provechoso comercio
con los chines.
No hay duda de que las ac-
tividades de Hong Kong an
crecido extraordinariamente s-
mo resultado de la guerra ci-
vil china, y ms recientemente,
de la guerra de Corea. Asi los
indican los datos estadsticos
disponibles.
En 1949, segn informes o'A-
ciales, el volumen del comer-
cio realizado por Hong Kcng
ascendi a cinco mil millones
oe dlares locales, o sea ti-
nos ochocientos treinta y cre
millones de dlares norteameri-
canos. Esta cifra sealaba un
aumento de 38 por ciento sot-re
tan te que tiene experiencia en
la lucha contra el Ejrcito ro-
jo. En 1942, como coronel, era
iefe del estado mayor del quin-
to cuerpo de ejrcito alemn,
que particlD en la enconada
campaa de Mosc. Tambin
sirvi en Rostov y Stalingrado.
EL KINDERGARTEN
BILINGE
(espaol e ingls)
de la
ESCUELA
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Vi "^A^ Vna* P0" o de Vick
av, K V Va-tro-nol calman la frri-
*-' *r (acin, estimulan la* secnv
jone* naturales a desalojar las part'
culai raspante* de polvo ... le dan
rpido alivio al respirar,
vick VATRO NOL
OOIAS NASAIK M DOSIS 17KT0
el ao 1048.
En 1950, a pesar de laa ttt
trucciones comerciales pueslaa
en vigor, el volumen establec*
un nuevo record, ascendiendo a
ms de mil ciento cincuenta
millones de dlares norteara';
ricanos. Y ms de la mitad ;
las exportaciones fueron hecnaa
a la tierra firme china.
Los ltimos datos sealan nc
en enero el comercio de Hong
Kong subi a $174,370,000 mo-
neda norteamericana, lo casi
constituye otro record.
Este dato resulta sorprenden-
te, en vista de las quejas da
las autoridades de Hong Kong,
que afirman que la colonia al-
taba siendo arruinada por 10a
embargos aplicados tanto p,r
ios Estados Unidos como por .a
China comunista, los dos pauto
con los cuales hizo la mayor
parte de su comercio ef ft
pasado..
A mediados de 1950 los brit-
nicos hablan decretado el e.n-
bargo sobre los productos pe-
troleros y los Estados Uniuu
redujeron drsticamente o sus-
pendieron del todo los envos &a
numerosos materiales que eran
enviados a Hong Kong y la cci-
eana colonia portuguesa de Ma-
cao, otro centro de los agentes
comunistas chinos-
A pesar de todo esto, el vo-
lumen del comercio de Honk
Kong ha continuado crecien-
do. Se tiene noticia de que Jot
ull han pasado grandes can-
tidades de motores, caucho, a*
cero y otros artculos con des*
tino a los comunistas chinos.
Los representantes britnicos
en las Naciones Unidas, por su
parte, se ban mostrado cada
vez mas susceptibles a las cri-
ticas relacionadas con Hong
Kong y su papel de base de -
uastecimiento de los comunistas
chinos. Y consideran que s^n
Innecesarias sanciones oficia-
les de parte de las Nac 10.1:1
Unidas, que no serviran ningn
propsito politico y aumenta-
ran la hostilidad de los comu-
nistas chinos.
?
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MARTES. MATO 1, 1951
_ .r-titOia AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTB
VAGINA T
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I '
E! Embajador Sovitico en la
Alemania Oriental trata de
ganarse afecto de Alemania
l'or Janes Wakerfieid Barkc
,( NA. N. A.)
BERLIN, Mayo lo. (EPS>-
Todas las maanas, bien tem-
pi ano, mientras los funciona-
rios germano-soviticos y los
oficiales de control rusos se en-
cuentran todava durmiendo,
puede verse una misteriosa fir
gura, montada en un caballo
blanco, paseando por los pat-
qucs del este de Berln.
Mientras los dems estn le-
vantndose, Georgl M. Pushkin,
embajador ruso en la Alemania
oriental, cuida de su jardn ocr.
de tiene flores del Cucaso cue
le fueron enviadas hace un a-
fio desde Mosc- Pushkin es un
individuo de mediana estatura.
tie rostro ovalado y plido, <;ue
se parece ligeramente al actor
ci carcter llamado Peter Lorre.
No se parece muc'.io a los
rusos y, viste siempre muy c;e-
gantemente, cosa que se ve muy
rara ves entre los representan-
tes del Kremlin. Prefiere los
trajes oscuros, las camisas blan-
cas y las corbata y calcetines
e buen gusto. Pushkin habla
ingls, francs, hngaro, chino
y alemn. Tiene 46 aos de e-
dad y es cacado, aunque no tie-
ne hijos. 3u residencia oficial
es una casa de once habita-
ciones en una seccin reserva-
da para el gobierno. En esta ca-
sa, adems del misterioso diplo-
mtico, viven un secretario y
dos mecongrafaa. Las ventanas
de la planta baja estn siem-
pre cerradas.
Debido a que las relacior.ee
con el gobierno alemn tt-re
estn a cargo de otro embaja-
dor, destacado en otro sitio de
Berlin, Pushkin no tiene gran
cosa que hacer, llamndosele el
"embajador turista". De lunes a
viernes trabaja en el primer pi-
so de su casa, detrs de las ce-
losas cerradas y sin que nadie
sepa a qu se dedica all.
Los viernes por la noche sue-
le reunirse en plan social con
e seor Georg Dertinge, minis-
tro de la Alemania oriental- U
sbado por la noche da una
recepcin para los representan-
tes diplomticos de los pases
acreditados ante el gobierno de
la Alemania oriental: los pa-
ses satlites. Los domingos va
ai cine o a la pera.
La vida que lleva Pushkin en
Berln parece ser enteramente
sin cuidados. Ciertamente, no
se parece a la de ningn otro
embajador en esta ciudad. Po-
dra esperarse una mayor ac-
tividad de parte de este seen
por tratarse de un verdadero
comunista, destacado en dispu-
tada cuidad dividida en sec-
ciones..
Bxaminemos i* historia- de
i i
iushki.K Despus de asistir a
la universidad comunista en Le-
ningrado. trabaj en la sala de
redaccin del mayor diario ru-
to, Izvestla. Estuvo relacionado
con la agencia Tass, incorpo-
rndose posteriormente al mi-
nisterio de Relaciones Exterio-
res del Soviet, donde se 'espe-
cializ en problemas de Lejano
Oriente.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Tel 431 Aptdo 1M4
Cumpleaos de ayer. >
En el da de ayer se vio muy
felicitada la Srta. Ida Catalina
Salazar, con motivo de fet-
jar sus natales. A las mucV.us
congratulaciones que haya reci-
bido unimos ms nuestras :v:y
cordiales.
Bl Nio Jess Javier Rodr-
Totito" sum ayer un ao n.;.-
de vida. Nuestras felicitaciones
con tal motivo.
Feria en la Escuela San Vicen-
te de Paul
Los das 4. 5 y 6 del corriente
mes de 800 a.p. a 6: p.m. en el
patio de la escuela de San Vi-
cente de Paul, situada en *v:v-
lle cuarta avenida central, se
llevar a cabo una feria a f-
nelcio de los pobres. El pbli-
co est cordialmente invitado.
Cumpleaos de hoy
En esta fecha celebra sus na-
tales la seora Doa Claudia
S. de Bazn. Nos es grato en-
viarle nuestras felicitaciones tn
este da.
A las muchas feliciaciones qje
reciba hoy la joven seora Lia
Esther Osorio de Hull, espesa
del seor obert Hull, unimos
las nuestras muy sinceras, y
le deseamos cumpla muchos -
os ms de vida.
Tambin celebra hoy martes
sus natales la seorita Josefi-
na Correa. La felicitamos c n
tal motivo.
Psame
Dej de existir en la ciud-.d
de NueVa York el 25 del Co-
rriente mes la seora Elena E-
ieonor Morales de Moll (q.e.pd )
por este medio hacemos llegar
nuestro sentido psame a to-
dos sus familiares con especia-
lidad al seor Don Carlos S
Morales, seora y familia.
-JL
PRESENTACIN DE CREDENCIALES. Momentos en que el Embajador de Panam en San
Jos, Costa Rica, lee su discurso de presentacin de credenciales al Presidente del hermano
pas, don Otilio late.
Los Europeos Occidentales
critican a los generales
de EE. UU. por ser cautelosos
Cumpleaos de maana
Hasta la ciudad de Panam
Para postres relmpagos...
use los PUDINES JELLO
de TAPIOCA
Son riqusimo*! Al de Vainilla agregele
cubito* de pltano, al de Naranja-Coco,
pedacitoa de naranja escurridos, y al de
Chocolate, nueces picadas.
MfwlliM PiWiaai ItH-O it Tapisca y pntbsl* hay mum!
Por GAULT MacCOWAN
(N.A.N.A.)
ESTRASBURGO, Abril (EPS)
El general Omar Bradley,
hroe de las campaas aliadas
de la segunda guerra mundial,
ha sido agregado a la lista de
aquellos altos jefes militares
norteamericanos que son dura-
mente criticados aqui, debido
al reciente libro en que a su vez
censura al mariscal Montgome-
ry.
El general Eisenhower tam-
bin es criticado. "Si Ike no
fuera tan cauteloso", dicen al-
gunos, "declarara de una vez
que el ejrcito de la alianza a-
tlntica es una ficcin y no
tiene la menor proballdad de
resistir a los rusos." Es decir, se
le acusa de ser demasiado dis-
creto, al contrario del general
MacArthur, que a su vez es de-
masiado franco.
Durante los aos de la gue-
rra, los generales norteameri-
canos fueron tenidos en alta es-
tima en Europa occidental. Pe-
ro ahora slo reciben criticas.
Bradley estaba bueno cuan-
do se puso al lado de Truman
contra MacArthur; pero ahora
se le ataca por citar las pala-
bras del general Patton acerca
del mariscal Montgomery.
Y lo curioso de todo esto es
que Montgomery, a su vez, es
objetos de continuas criticas de
parte de todos los generales
continentales. Se dice que has-
ta en Gran Bretaa se le cen-
sura. Pero la prensa britnica
lo glorifica como hroe nmero
uno.
hacemos llegar nuestros saludos
al seor Don Mario Talave:a,
t,uien celebra maana mircoles
sus natales.
Cada momento se renuevan
los artculos en elogio de "El
Maestro,' como le llaman sus
numerosos admiradores. Las cri-
ticas tienen las desventajas de
que se hacen en voz baja...
Los discpulos de "Monty" es-
tn muy complacidos de que El-
senhower haya nombrado como
lugarteniente suyo al mariscal.
Debe notarse que durante mu-
chas semanas hubo una inten-
sa propaganda para alcanzar
esta mrta. Elsenhower, que se
Inclina a escuchar ia opinin
pblica reflejada en los diarios,
casi no tenia otra alternativa
en este nombramiento. Pero
muchas gentes temen que no
tardarn en producirse diferen-
cias entre ambos, ya que el ca-
rcter del marilcal es "incom
prensible". para decl menos.
Se recuerdan, al efecto, sus
constantes incidentes con otros
iefes militares aliados y hasta
britnicos.
Y, por supuesto, si estallan
desaveniencias, se culpar a El-
Murieron diez
cuando un bus se
diriga a la Iglesia
WIRTON, Vtrtlnla, mayo lo.
(UP) El seor George BUn-
da, uno de los 14 sobrevivientes
oel choque de un autobs sin
frenos, en donde murieron 10
personas que se dirigan a la
iglesia y resultaron heridas o-
traa 44, dijo que el conductor
del autobs perdi el concrcl
oel mismo cuando trat de t-
Quivar un automvil.
Dijo el conductor, John Kral-
na, esquiv un atomvil que sa-
ll Intempestivamente de tu.a
calle despus que el bus lusa
comenzado a descender por u.ia
cuesta de una milla de largo, y
que l cree que so caus ia
ialla en los frenos del autobs.
El autobs, completamente
lleno, se estrell contra una p-
red de concieto al final de 'z
cuesta, a una velocidad de u-
i.a.s 60 millas por hora. El im-
pacto lanz al conductor .->!
mismo a 300 pies de distancia,
causndole la muerte Instan-
tnea. <
senhower por haber nombrado
a Montgomery.
La destitucin del general
MacArthu por el presidente.
Truman ha causado en general;
una sensacin de ali"lo, pues
la mayora de los observadores
europeos (occidentales) temian
que la poltica seguida y re-
comendada por aqul provocar
el conflicto armado con Rusia. |
Este peligro ha desaparecido,
por lo menos en Darte, con la
destitucin de MacArthur. Pero i
er.to no quiere diclr, por supues-
to, que haya desaparecido del
todo. En realidad, la organiza
clon del mundo libre para re-1
sistir al Kremlin es una tarea i
difcil, y los hombres que la
tienen a su cargo, principal-
mente Eisenhower, no pueden ;
esperar que se la aprecie debida-
mente por los europeos, agota-
dos por tantas geras.
AVISO
SEGUNDO PISO
AVENGA
Estamos desempacando
Potes par colgar *n pared ....... OSO
Tijeras para Jardn ......... 2.S0 jr J so
Cortina vistosa para cocina ...... 3.50
Delantales cmicoa para pic-nic...
Jarra con ( vasos plsticos para Jugo 1.40
Carpetas por yards para mesa ..... I.SO
Cenefa haciendo lueso para l> tabli-
lla de cocina a 30" ancho
.......'.................... 030 a
ObO
Ceniceros de metal ............... 4.50
Corralito de aluminio para baby 4150
Daera de aluminio para baby ... 32.30
Bandeja de alambre cubierto de
caucho para sacar platos ...l.K y 2.75
Canastas de alambre para huevos 0 50
Canasta de alambre para vegetales 0 75
Jarra para barbecue .............. s.40
C Mantequillera plstica ............. 0 35
Barras cromadas para toallas ...... 0.60
Cajas plstica para Kleenex ..... 0.95
Lamparitas de recamara .....2 K> a 5 tS
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Cortinas para bao 1 Yd. de ancho *2.M
Cortinas bao 2 Yds. ancho 3. s 7JS
Jileaos cortina bao y de ventana
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Cojines para sillas ................. 150
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Haciendo juego con la cenefa de
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mao ........................... t #j
Cuchillos sueltos para todos los usos
esseros, desde .................... o 35
Don Celestino Muoz celebra
maana su cumpleaos. Fct-
mulamos vetos porque los pase
muy contento..
Hacemos llegar nuestras con-
gratulaciones al Dr. Verncn
Crosbie quien en el dia de .a-
uara celebra su cumpleaos.
ATOA MUSCIAR?
Reanmese con
AUA-9B.TKR /
tp Cuando
lienta fati-
ga muscular,
toma Alka-
Seltxar. Eficaz
inofensivo pa-
ra al dolor de ca-
bala, alivia pronta-
mente la incomodi-
dad, contribuya a
u descanto Com-
pra 1 sobreetto da
Alka-Seltzer.
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de familia y a los estudiantes en general, que al hacer sus compras do tiles
escolares, ahora que comienzan la's clases, soliciten por cada compra que hagan
por ms de 250
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COMPRAS DE MAS de 25 Pinceles, reglas, pitos, etc.
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COMPRAS DE MAS de 2.50 Juegos de football Juegos de block, etc.
COMPRAS DE MAS de 5.00 Juegos de basketball, etc.
y muchos otros artculos ms. '
Esta oferta ser solamente hasta que se agote la existencia.
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PANAMA COLON
VENTAS AL CONTADO
NO SE ACEPTAN CAMBIOS NI DEVOLUCIONES


PAGINA CUATRO
EX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MATO 1, 1981
_- CRUCIGRAMA -
H6-
HORIZONTALES:
1Animal acutico.
:4 Pasar la noche en vela.
8Ocano.
12Extremidad de ias aves.
13Remova la tierra con el
arado.
14Amarro.
17Capital de Grecia.
19 Asociacin Catlica Espao-
la, Inlc.
20Arcnido traqueal,
aiQue profesa el catolicismo.
24Ijada.
TNombre de mujer.
26Repetido, provincia de
Filipinas.
-Polo positivo.
-Nota musical.
1Colorante.
31Conjuncin UU'ia
34Ciudad de Rusia.
36Aloe, lcvanioi
37Dios mahometano.
38Desafia.
39Relativo al alomo, Pl.
41Natural de Irn.
43Marchar.
44Nio malcriado.
46Igual al 20 horizontal, pero
en plural.
49Clera, enfado.
60Cuerpo de arquitectura que
disimula el tejado.
52 Metal precioso.
58 Lista o catlogo, Inv.
54Saludables.
55Cloruro de sodio.
VERTICALES:
1Una pareja.
2Letra castellana.
3Peninsula de Cuba.
4Especie de grasa mineral.
6Exista.
6Articulo.
7Aparato para aprender a
sumar.
8Roedor.
9Rimero.-
10Amarra.
11Gorra militar.
16Terminacin de diminutivo
18Pinzas quirrgicas.
20Monacillo. f
21Fuerza fistea.
22Pato.
23Rio de China.
25Nombre de mujer.
28Destruidas.
29Que padecen de anemia.
31Planta de llores rojas.
32Igual al 18 vertical.
35Tuberculizan
37Aleaciones de hierro y
carbono.
39 Toma notas.
40Marchara.
42Agarraderas.
44Un millar.
45Rezo.
46Adverbio de lugar.
47Afresis de ahora.
48Nota musical.
51Preposicin inseparable
El uso gratuito de los baos
garrapaticidas se suspende
Los ganaderos se
obligarn a pagar
los Insecticidas
SlU.K ION OE ATEil
7ihi iaj ana
liJL! ULlUU
u.'ju jQuua (jai
nrapia Finn
gEIMjOICJBM
UOlIHI
E L A D
T A D 0
Ll-IMU liJF.lil | narsrs rana pihgt
Los ganaderos de la Rep-
blica tendrn que comprar rl
material que usen en los baes
garrapaticidas, segn* se des-
prende de una nota que ha si-
do enviada al Inspector de los
llanos garrapaticidas de Antn
y que es del tenor siguiente:
ANTON, 20 de Abril de 1051
Seor Director de
"El Panama Amrica"
i Pgina del Interior)-
Panam.
Seor:
Para que sirva de formal no-
tificacin a los seores gana-
deros de esta Provincia y al
pblico en general, pido a (7o.
tenga la bondad de dar publi-
cidad en su peridico a la si-
guiente comunicacin.
"No. D-354 Seccin de Agri-
cultura. Panam 18 de Abril de
1P51.
Seor Raael Isaza V.. Ins-
pector de Baos Garrapatick as.
Antn.
Seor Inspector:
Comunico a Ud. que en eta
fecha he recibido una nota itl
eor Secretarlo de Agricultu-
ra por medio de la cual ordera
que los servicios de Baos oa-
rrapaticldas sean pagados por
aquellas personas que se bene-
ficien con ellos.
Como es bastante difcil esta-
blecer en la zona de Antn y
Cocl un sistema adecuado ele
cobranzas, el Ministerio se li-
mitar por lo pronto a dar las
acuidades para el uso de le
baos y a proporcionar los em-
pleados necesarios para su ma-
nejo, abstenindose en adelan-
te de obsequiar la solucin ga-
irapaticida
Ruego a Ud. se sirva comuni-
car a todos los ganaderos de la
regln esta medida que sin Ju-
lia permitir que ellos recin
un mejor servicio, puesto que
baaran sus animales cada vz
que lo necesiten sin tener que
oepender de las existencias de
Cooper que tenga el Mlnlstcno
ce Agricultura, escasas casi
siempre por falta de los fonaos
necesarios. Adems pueden u-
sar a su voluntad otras clases
de medicamentos para conio;.-
Uf el trza'o, la mosca de .4-
NUEVA GORGONA UN BELLO RINCN DE PANAMA
'. -'
He aqu una preciosa vista de Nueva Gorrona, una de las ms hermosas playas^e nuestro
pas, la cual es visitada por centenares de personas todas las semanas. Rincones como estos,
son una de las tonas vrgenes para la explotad n del.turismo en nuestra Repblica
leta, etc., cosas que el Mlnlstc-
lio no podra suministrar.
Ruego a Ud. que comunique
a los seores agricultores w
es nuestro propsito ayudano.
en la mejor forma posible a
solucionar sus problemas y qur
esta medida no tiene carcter
alscriminatorlo. que en general
para todo.el pas y que la mo-
tiva ms que nada la falta, de
ondos para la prestacin de
servicios adecuados.
Sin otro particular, saluda a-
tentamente -a Ud Porfirio Gi-
:aez. Director del Departamen-
to de Agricultura".
Es copla de su original,
Rafael Isaza V.
Inspector de Baos
I-ea "El Aviso Onurtnno"
Z
LA RED PANAMERICANA DISPARANDO UN CAONAZO
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HOY
EN EL
TEATRO CECILIA
ULTIMO DA!
A PETICIN DEL PUBLICO!
La vacilada musical ms di-
vertida del ao! Cubana por
todos los costados!...
Los chistes de los cmicos
GARRIDO y PINERO... Los
bailes de las Melllzas DOL-
LY... y las MULATAS DE
FUEGO... la msica canden-
te de la SONORA MATAN-
CERA!... etc.
"ESCUELA DE
MODELOS"
la (ked Si

anamericana
con
GARRIDO y PINERO
MELLIZAS DOLLY
MULATAS DE FUEGO
SONORA MATANCERA
Desde Jueves!
"YANKI EN COREA"
- y -
"EL HIJO DEL SOL"
No han instalado
1 en Jagito y El
Roble la luz
DIVISA, abril de 1951. (Co-
rresponsal). Los vecinos de
los corregimientos de Jagito y
El Roble que viven a la ori-
lla de la carretera nacional, se
han quedado esperando la pro-
mesa que la Panam-Elctrica
les dio de instalarles la linea
de luz.
La buena intencin de dicha
compaa comenz a cumplir-
se cuando se iniciaba el vera-
no, echando unos postes que
se necesitaban para este tra-
bajo, desde la entrada ,de El
Roble hasta estos lugares y
all estn los rieles durmiendo
el sueo eterno del olvido y
por eso nos han informado que
antes de que lleguen las llu-
vias, ellos- esperan ,*ue se let
vantej loa pstese N haga la i
instalacin respectiva.
Confiamos en que la Pana-
m-Elctrica, deseosa siempre
de favorecer con sus servicios
a todos los pueblos y caseros
por donde pasa la linea de la
planta central de Aguadulce,
no se har esperar mas en la
urgente necesidad de estos ve-
cinos.
Fu restituido por
el Ejecutivo ayer
Don Ovidio de Len
En la maana de ayer fue
firmado el Decreto Ejecutivo por
medio del cual se restituye al
seor Ovidio de Len en el
cargo de Director de Enseanza
Primaria, puesto del cual ha-
bla sido destituido mediante de-
creto anterior.
La restitucin del seor de
Len, obedece al fallo que ha-
ce algn tiempo dictara el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Admi-
nistrativo, por medio del cual
declaraba Ilegal la destitucin
del seor de Len.
------------------;,___________
Ahora Muchos Usan
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Con ms comodidad
FIXODENT (FutMth). un graciable
polvo alcalino (no-acMo) mantiene laa
dentaduras postizas firmemente en la bo-
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didad, polvoree su dentadura poetisa con
un poco de FIXODENT (Fasteath). No
queda en la boca ninguna sensacin pe-
alos. Contrarresta el "olor a denta-
dura postira" suavlta el lenlo. Ob-
tena FIXODBNT (Fasteeth) en cualquier
farmacia.
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alatli sfaCAAJlCl
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ANDRES SOLER
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Y Otros Grandes Artistas
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ELLOS, TODO LO OCULTAN, PERO SUS VIDAS
TODOS LAS CONOCEN. .! /
Caminos y ms caminos
Escribe: Bilk Martian H,
Ingeniero Civil
I
Hace algunos meses que es-
tamos por escribir algo sobre
la Importancia de una red ca-
minera cada vez mejor trazada
y construida, pero diversos mo-
tivos nos retrasaron la accin.
Es algo que no necesita am-
plitud de argumentos para que
nuestro pueblo logre compren-
der lo bsico que resulta para
el progreso de la Repblica, el
crecimiento de nuestra pobre l-
nea de comunicacin terrestre.
Los intereses mezquinos, en to-
da la acepcin de la frase, por
un lado, y la falta de equipo
moderno y elemento especiali-
zado en la tcnica caminera,
por otro lado, han sido obstcu-
lo gigantesco que se opone bru-
talmente a nuestro desarrollo
"hacia adentro", podramos de-
cir.
Nadie puede negar que es as-
piracin de todo gobernante
construir algunos Caminos nue-
vos y por lo menos prolongar
la Carretera Central en unos
kilmetros con buena capa de
rodadura..., todos asi lo pro-
meten obligadamente, sea en
las provincias extremas o en
las centrales, y a veces en to-
dos los pueblos que visitan du-
rante su campaa pre-elect-
ral, demostrando luego la prc-
tica que el mpetu de la pro-
mesa decrece geomtricamente
conforme se cumple el periodo
presidencial y se van satisfa-
ciendo los compromisos polti-
cos; al tercer ao de gobierno
o en las postrimeras del man-
dato siempre hay un pequeo
resurgimiento en las activida-
des camineras pero esto es so-
lamente un lazo qu abre su
circunferencia para amarrar
elemento fijo que votar en fa-
vor del candidato oficial. Tris-
teza infinita causa este mal
crnico de nuestros desorgani-
zados pases d la pequea A*.
mrlca.
Es menester que se haga Pa-
tria cueste lo que cueste I Ne-
cesitamos caminos y mejores
caminos! Cmo acabar con el
sabotaje politico para que a-
cuerpramos todos un movi-
miento pro-construccin de Ca-
minos? Ya en Panam estamos
madurltos para emprender al-
guna obra, por lo menos una,
que sea la base real del avan-
ce econmico de un pas tan
privilegiado por su situacin
geogrfica, y casi deshabitado.
Una vez que se cuente con
una Asociacin pro-Buenos Ca-
minos Integrada por ingenieros.
Industriales y hombres de re-
conocida empresa, sin partici-
pacin de gente clasificada en
el ambiente nacional como po-
co honesta, y en intimo asocio
con la Junta de Caminos, de-
Eendenola del Ministerio de O-
ras pblicas, podramos plan-
tear el problema "la falta da
caminos en Panama y asimis-
mo su probable solucin.
Todos los pases de Sur Am-
rica, y Mxico en el Norte, han
atacado directamente asunto
tan vltaJujara el desarrollo eco-
nmico, niico y social de la
Nacin. Panam no podr cons-
truir "un canal a nivel", pero
si puede tener con el esfuerza
de sus hijos "un camino a ni-
vel", camino sobre la propia
tierra sin necesidad 4e abrir
ms brechas en el Continente.
En la cruz formada por dos
caminos se formar un pueblo
y de manera anloga al ser
humano; la gimnasia del tr-
fico por esos brazos sean ellos
rigldos como el concreto o fle-
xibles como el asfalto desarro-
llar msculos que harn bien
a la Patria, tendremos enton-
ces ciudades que requerirn ms
y ms poblacin. Pero primero
que todo: CAMINOS.
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Apartado 134
Almiierro
El seor Ral Oasteazoro y
seora Ameliia L. de Oasteazoro
ofrecieron el domingo un al-
muerzo en su residencia, al que
asisti un grupo de sus amis-
tades.
Juego de Cartas y T
El Club de OoH agasajar to-
dos los Jueves desde las dos de
la tarde en adelante, con un Jue
go de Cartas y T, a tais esposas
do los socios, las cuales quedan
por este medio, cordlalment In-
vitadas.
Matrimonia
El sbado 20 de los corrientes
a las 7 p.m. se efectu en la
da lujo sus uas y su
precio no as un lujo
Cutei de Luxe Nil Brilliance t%
una revelacin! Tiene todaa la*
cualidadea de loa eimaltea de uaa
ms caros a mucho menos precie.
Esquiaito fraaco con cmodo aplica-
dor, como loa ma lujoaoa eamaliea.
El eamalle permanece bell i simo dial
1 diai. Ni ae agrela ni ae deaprende.
No irrita la piel. Norimol e in-
iereaanlea matice.
Quedar uated admirada coa
de Lu
Esmalte de lujo a un precio no de lu.
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A PETICIN DEL PUBLICO!
LA PRODUCCIN QUE GANO
6 Premios Acadmicos 6
ENTRE ELLOS, EL DE
"La meor pelcula del ao"
minimi
Iglesia de San Francisco de la
Caleta, el matrimonio de la muy
espiritual y encantadora Srta.
Alicia Chial, hija del Sr. Anto-
nio Chlal y 8ra. Ma. Teresa R.
de Chlal, con el caballero Hen-
ry S. Lum, hijo del 8r. W. T.
Lum y seora Mabel de Lain.
Despus de Ja ceremonia reli-
giosa los padres de la novia
brindaron a sus Invitados con
una recepcin en su residencia
de San Francisco de la Caleta,
la cual fu muy concurrida.
Eterna dicha deseamos al nue-
vo hogar que acaba de fundarse.
De los Estados Unidos
Regres ayer de una tempora-
da pasada en California U se-
ora Maria Augusta 8. de Ehr-
man. La saludamos.
-/
seor Basilio Ford y seora Ani-
ta B. de Ford y lamilla.
CO
Para Ecuador
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus padres polticos, seor
Gerardo brega y seora Cel-
mlra G. de Fbrega, sigui ayer
hacia Guayaquil la seora Mer-
cedes Puig de Fbrega, acompa-
ada de su nio. La despedimos
cordialmentc.
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en Los Angeles, t
encuentra de nuevo entre noso-
tros la seora Lilia Cn. de Cu-
caln a quien presentamos un
cordial saludo de bienvenida.
De Colombia
Saludamos a la seora Abi-
gail A. de Solano, quien regres
de Barranqullla en donde pas
una temporada visitando a sus
familiares.
Para los Estados Unidos
Sigui ayer para Washington
por la via area el Dr. Agustn
Arango IS. Lo despedimos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Mike Bllonlk y se-
ora Ana Paredes de Bllonlk.
quienes cumplen hoy aos de
casados.
Enferma
Pronta mejora le deseamos a
la nia Liliana de la Guardia,
quien sufre quebrantos de sa-
lud en la Clnica 8an Fernan-
do.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Elvira A. de Jimnez
Seora Lina A. de Brld
Seora Ins A. de Erwin
Seor Julio Heurtemstte
Nia Laura Fbrega Parada
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Ana Elena V. der H.
de Carbone.
Seora Carmen Elena A. de
Masa.
Seora Elsa L. de Lpez
Seor Guillermo St. Malo
rn las clases de Pedagoga Ge-
neral y Catequstica, Metodolo-
ga, Psicologa, Dogma, Filosofa,
Moral, Liturgia Culto Historia
do la Iglesia, Apologtica y Sa-
grada Escritura, Canto y Dibu-
jo catequstico. /
Las clases sern dictadas to-
dos los dias del ao escolar de
6 a 7.25 p.m. en el Colegio Co-
mercial de Mara Inmaculada,
Calle Jos de Obadia No. 6.
La matricula, as como la en-
seanza de este Curso Superior
c completamente gratuita. La
matrcula est abierta en el Co-
legio Comercial de Maria Inma-
culada en la calle anteriormen-
te citada y en la residencia de
los Padres Agustinos, Calle 8a.
No. 1.
La apertura de esta Escuela
Superior do cultura religiosa era
ardientemente descada por mu-
chos educadores y principalmen-
te por el magisterio catlico.
Son ya muchas las maestras na-
cionales que se han graduado
en esta Escuela en los seis aos
que lleva de existencia.
Confo en que a ustedes In-
teresadas en la preoaracln de
maestras de Religin que pue-
dan cumplir satlsactorlamen-
to el deber de ensear a lo* ni;
! os en la escuela, les agradar
; matricularse, para conseguir
i mediante este Curso Superior de
I Pedagoga Catequstica el Dl-
i ploma de Maestras de Religin
De ustedes atento servidor,
P. Alfonso Oficiaidegui, A. R.
Panam, Mayo de 1951.
Hasta Costa Rica hacemos
i llegar nuestra felicitacin por
su onomstico a la seera Re-
beca G. de Bagatelas que se
i encuentra pasando una corta
temporada en comuaia de su
encantadora hljlta Susy.
Felicitamos cordlalmente a la
seorita Yola Cecilia Latoi.e
quien en la tarde del sbauo
ecibl con la ms alta califi-
cacin el certificado de aproba-
cin del quinto grado de uto
dios de plano, en el examen
que se verific en el Conserva-
lorio Alcov. La seorita La-
torre ejecut lucidamente o-
bras de Mendelssohn, Bach, Mo-
zart y Albenlz, por lo cual ule-
relo nutridos aplausos.
'ES-
Tel. 2-2548
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LOS NUEVOS CURSOS COMIENZAN EL 2 DE MAYO*
Estenografa y Mecanografa en espaol e ingle.
Contabilidad Redaccin Ingls
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
De Costa Rica
Regresaron de Costa Rica en
donde pasaron la temporada de
verano las seoras Magdalena
de Pezet y Felicidad de Chan-
deck y sus nios. Los saluda-
mos.
De Coln
Despus de haber residido va-
rios aos en Coln, han fijado
de nuevo su residencia en la
capital, en la calle 43 No. 17, el
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A las Maestras Catlicas
de Panam
Para su publicacin, se nos ha .
enviado la siguiente circular,
Distinguidas maestras
Me es grato comunicar a us-'
tedes, que el da 7 de mayo ini-
ciar las clases la Escuela Su-
perior de Catequistas con el fin
de preparar maestras de Reli-
gin.
Profesores competentes dicta-
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Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1947-1941
PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premio Nacional de Interpretara i 1948
con
Conchita MONTI--NO Alfonso MUflOZ
y Pilar BIENERT
WreatVi JOSE TAMAYO
Iuuuguracion de la Temporada-Abono
JUEVES. 3 DE MAYO, 8:30 P.M. con
"LOS INTERESES CREADOS"
(La obra Inmortal de Benaventel
SIGUIENTES FUNCIONES:
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rio", "El Nido Ajeno" y "La Vida es Sueo"
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AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via Eifi-
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Acabamos de lecibit cemento blonco.
cermica de color y vidrio verde
contra calor. Ci Culcidio Gonza-
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ba No. 8._______ ________
SE VENDE:Mquina de contabili-
dad (NotionalI en perfectos con-
diciones. Precio gong. Telfono
2-0610._________________________
Vendamos el derecho de un local en
esquina comercial y 6 vidrieros pe-
queos de 2a. mano completamen-
te borato. Lime al 2-2704.
SE VENDEN:Lujosos abrigos y ca-
pas de pieles recientemente compra-
dos en Poris. Modelos de Dior y
Molyneux. Tel. 2-1268 Panama.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
|>t ALQUILAN:xclui.vamenta po-
ro oticinos locles cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Soliciten infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 v 10 cen-
tavo
SE ALQUILA:Lo oficina y dep-
sito actualmente ocupado por lo
Cia. Colgate-PaliT)Olive-Peel con
cabida de mis de 2.S0O pies cua-
drados. Situado frente al Estadio
Nocionol. Infrmese: Wolff y Ca.
Ltda Calle 5o.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Cantina y Restaurante.
San Miguel. Calle *'M" No. 24
Panam. Barato.
SF VENDE:Peinadora, cuno da me-
tal, 3 cachorros policas de 4 me-
ses. Via Porros No. 4, Elso.
Sf VENCE: Cochorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.
Movimiento de
ra taller de mecnica situado en
la vieja calle de Corozal Road,
frente a la Gallera del Casino.
Ocrose o la Oficina de Rodani-
che. Frente al Cuartel Central de
Bomberos. Tel. 2-3060.
ta contra el arco de defensa de
S00 millas de Sel, y los avio-
nes de reconocimiento aliados
trajeron los Informes que los
comunistas se estaban movien-
do hacia el Este.
Los aviones y caones de las
. .Naciones Unidas iniciaron un
bombardeo contra las colum-
nas rojas, el cual le ha cau-
sado a los comunistas cientos
deTofa,'orc i oiiorf. SE VENDE:Juego sala bamboo, jue-
Los mayores golpes aliados
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semena y Super Mercado Calido-
nia; tambin en Rio Abajo.
BA12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutaud.
Tel. 3-0338.____________________
En la Avenida Central, malla local
madama a independiente, apropia-
do pera MAYORISTA, FAIRICA.
DEPOSITO u ere natocie 1400
m2l. Tiene cmodo astacienamian-
te particular. Cia. da Lafevre, Ca-
lle "A" Ne. 5. Tel. 2-3333.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Busito GMC, modelo
1950 en perfectas condiciones.
Precio de gongo, motivo de vioie.
Tel. 3-1426.
SE NECESITA
Domstico*
SE NECESITA:Carguero con reco-
mendac n. Dormir en el trobojo.
Ave. Per No. 28. Apto. 8.
SE NECESITA:--Empleada, Cale 48
No. 2, Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA: Cocinero pora 3
, crsonas que duerma en el tra-
bajo que traiga referencias de dan-
de ha trabajado anteriormente.
Calle 49 Este No. 12. .
SE ALQUILA
ApartainentoB
SE ALQUILA:apartamento, cuotro
cuartos, cocina, porch y servicio.
B/.55.00. Calle la. Carrasquilla
53-B parada Teatro Edn.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
coda uno, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleado, instalacin agua calien-
te, en buena vecindad Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4. Telfo-
no 3-08)5.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento'de tres
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125. Tel. 2-3491.
SE NECESITA:Persona responsa-
ble y con experiencia para cuidar
nio de dos aos. Preferible ten-
ga referencias. Buen sueldo. Via
Espao 23 bajos.
SE ALQUILA:Espacioso y cmodo
local comercial con oficina. Bien
situado y con paradero para carros.
Oficio nuevo. Ocurra a la Ave.
Central No. 269 llame al
3-0769. *
>E ALQUILA:Locol opropiado pa-
SE VENDE
Artculo* de Casa
cayeron entre los ros Han y
Pukiian al suroeste de Chong-
gong. Los aviones tambin bom-
bardearon y ametrallaron a los
vehculos comunistas que se en-
contraban trayendo refuerzos y
abastecimientos hacia el Sur
para reemplazar a los 75,000 o
ms soldados que han perdi-
do los comunistas en sus pri-
meros ocho das de ofensiva.
Los aviones aliados divisaron
ms de 3,000 vehculos rojos el
lunes y destruyeron o averia-
ron 700. Los aviones aliados en-
contraron un intenso fuego de
las bateras antiareas, per-
diendo dos aviones de combate.
Patrullas de las Naciones TJ-
nldas, precedidas por tanques,
salieron de Sel para probar
el podero comunista, encon-
trando solo pequeos grupos de
rojos al Norte de sus lneas.
Una patrulla encontr los mu-
tilados cuerpos de unos mil
chinos muertos por el fuego de
ia artillera aliada. Otras pa-
trullas mataron un nmero de
rojos y tomaron a varios pri-
sioneros sin dificultad.
Los chinos enviaron cinco tan-
ques por la carretera Sel-Ui-
jongbu al Norte de Sl anoche,
pero los caones aliados des-
go comedor 3 sillas, buenos con-
diciones. Jernimo de la Osa No.
10. Apto. 23. '
Aviso Judicial
DE OCASIN! Por motivo vioje
vendo mobiliario compuesto de sa-
la, comedor, dormitorio y cocina,
tambin corro Studebaker Cham-
pion 1948, todo en perfectos con-
diciones. Ver calle 37 No. 25 al-
tos. Tel. 3-1203.
SE VENDE: Excelente condicin:
Ropero caobo, coma doble Simons,
mesa comedor completa, todo
$120.00. Avenido Herrera 9116,
cuarto 32. Coln.
RICARDO FABREGA
Notario Pblico Secundo del Cireuilo dt
1'anama. uori reuna de identidad per-
onal .No 41-SS4, '
iirtiriCA:
Que jvor medio dt la Escritura Pilbll-
-a Ka. S. de Abril 2 de ;l. da la
Notara a "O'raiao. loa arrin-ri JESS
CONTALES v KMMI C PARROPA DE
lOlIF.Z. ta- eo-ietiluio U aocledad
'Olectlra de comercio de reaponiabllidad
Imitad denominad! ("GONZALEZ Y
OalPARIA LIMITADA", eon demlri-
Mn en la cUidad de Panam, pjdiando
oataWecrr asenrtai n alicorales n -
ualonler puf:-., del Interior de In Re- Clones".
DMea.
Que el capital loeial el de R.4.000 00
'portado por loa aocioi por partea igua-
mudando la reinonaabilidad de ra-
lla uno limitad a au aporta al capital
*ae>at.
Oo el laraaino de dorarion de la
'oefeded ea de cinco (5) anoe eontadoa
a. par:.' fie [a techa Je esta eicritura.
-TOrroea'jlea a voluntad de loa aorioi.
O-ie ia adtahalatraeian de la aociedad
el nao de la firma -erial atar a rir.
o de amboa o-fo conjunta < eepa-
laatsaaaiiii
Dado en ta ciudad de Panam, a toa
veintiocho ISS1 dial del mea de Abril
M aAo de mil novecientos cin.-uenta y
ma (11511
Ricardo Fbrtaa,
Notario Pblico Segundo
truyeron a tres y los otros dos
desaparecieron.
Un comunicado del 8o. Ejr-
cito dijo que las patrullas de
las Naciones Unidas que han
salido del arco de defensa Sel por segundo da consecu-
tivo, han encontrado poca o
ninguna resistencia roja.
Las patrullas encontraron un
campo de minas comunistas al
noroeste de Sel, una prueba
ms que los chinos no tienen
planeado un ataque Inmedia-
to en esa direccin.
El comunicado dijo tambin
que otra patrulla aliada encon-
tr a unos 200 rojos al Nor-
te de Sel, pidiendo la inter-
vencin a'.'ada "con excelentes
resultados".
El comunicado deca que no
se haba reportado ninguna ac-
tividad de significacin a lo
largo del frente central, mien-
tras que las patrullas de las
Naciones Unidas continuaba su
agresiva bsqueda de las elusi-
vas fuerzas comunistas. No se
ha reportado casi ningn con-
tacto con el enemigo en el
frente oriental, mientras las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
; patrullan y reajustan sus posl-
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora cui-
dar nio, ocuda a Avenida Per
No. 32.
NECESITAMOS empleada seria-que
sepa cocinar y planchar. Preferi-
ble con recomendaciones. Estu-
diante 79 Apto. 4.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Corro panel pora re-
parto pequeo y barato. Llame al
Tel. 2-3102.
S EALQUILA:Una casita. Calle 44
No. 4. Al lodo, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin. Hove e informes precio.
SE NECESITA
General
: NECESITAN:Dos hombres j-
venes de buena presencia y con
referencias. Deben tener expe-
riencio en ventos. American Pro-
tection, Ave. Balboa Calle 6
Coln.
SE NECESITA:Seora para cuidar
nio 3 aos y apartamento. 10 a.
m. o 4 p. m. Avenida Federico
Boyd No. 4, Apto. I.
SE NECESITAN:6 woiters. dos po-
ra cantineros. Deben tener unifor-
mes pora servicio, por uno noche.
Para informes llame al Tel. 2-
1609.
"No es legal
RADIO "RUSH"
EL MEJOR DEL MUNDO.
Pregntele I'd. a quien
tenga uno.
Obtngalos en CI.l'B desde
B/?.06 o a plazos cmodos.
El nico radio en Panam que
le da DOCK MESES de ga-
ranta, t 10 das de prueba
GRATIS!
Vistanos y exia una
demostracin:
mueblera r
CASA SPARTON
Central 223. Calidonia
Entrada Teatro Encanto
se expresa asi:
30 de abril de 1951.
Sr. Licenciado
ngel Vega Mndez
Alcalde del Distrito,
Ciudad.
Seor Alcalde:
Con motivo de la decisin que
han tomado las autoridades
municipales, en el sentido de
cobrar a los establecimientos
comerciales que abran despus
de las seis de la tarde el lm-
' puesto que fue establecido en
el ordinal 4o. del Articulo lo.
;de la Ley 47 de 1932, vengo an-
i te usted, en mi carcter de Pre-
sidente de la Cmara de Co-
mercio. Industrias y Agricul-
tura de Panam, con el fin
de hacer las siguiente observa-
ciones:
1No parece apropiado que.
en momentos de crisis econ-
mica como los que estamos pa-
sando, sean aumentados loa cre-
cidos impuestos conque ya est
gravado el comercio de la ca-
pital. Actualmente pagan los
comerciantes, adems de los de-
rechos de introduccin y con-
sulares, impuesto sobre la ren-
ta. Impuesto comercial, impues-
to de turismo, imoreno de r-
tulos. imDuesto de pesas y me-
didas, etc.. etc.
2 Ci-pndo har-e -.se-
manas ae reuni en el despa-
cho de la Auditoria Municipal
de Panam, la Junta Califica-
dora de Ventas de Mercancas
Extranjeras al por menor, con
asistencia de los seores Rosen-
do Lasso. Auditor Municipal y
Presidente de la Junta: "".osen-
do Merel, Tesorero Municipal,
y Pablo Abad, secretarlo de la
Cmara de Comercio, estos se-
ores, que integran dicha Jun-
j ta Calificadora, expresaron en
el acta de la sesin lo siguien-
te:
"Despus de diversas consi-
deraciones, en atencin.a la di-
fcil situacin econmica ac-
tual del pas, y que, por lo tan-
to, no se justifica aumento al-
aguno en esos Impuestos, se a-
cord. en consecuencia, adop-
tar el Catastro vigente en el
ao de 1950, para que rija du-
rante el ao de 1951".
3La Ley 47 de 1932 no es
aplicable, pues qued derogada
desde el 2 de julio de 1941,
en virtud de lo dispuesto en
el articulo 198 de la Consti-
tucin Nacional de ese irttsmo
ao. que dispuso que todas las
leyes vigentes en la fecha en
que entr a regir ese Estatu-
to Constitucional, y que no lo
contrariaran, quedaran deroga-
das seis meses despus de que
entrase a regir dicha Consti-
tucin. Se exceptuaron nica-
mente las leyes que aprueban
tratados y convenios pblicos,
los Cdigos Nacionales, y las le-
yes que fijan a funcionarlos
pblicos dietas y asignaciones
que no pueden ser alteradas
durante el periodo para el cual
han sido elegidos o nombra-
dos.
Solicito, pues, seor Alcalde,
con el mayor respeto, que, en
vista de las razones antes ex-
puestas, usted se sirva ordenar
a las autoridades municipales
respectivas que se abstengan de
cobrar un impuesto que es In-
conveniente y que no est es-
tablecido por ninguna Ley, ya
que la Ley 47 de 1932 no est
vigente.
8oy de Ud. atento y seguro
servidor.
Por la Cmara de Comercio,
Industrias y Agricultura de Pa-
nam,
Federico Humbert,
Presidente.
SE ALQUILA:Recmara amoblada
con pequeo comedor y cocina,
completamente independiente. Ca-
lle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: Para residencia u
oficinas la planto baja de la cosa
No. 13 en calle lo. Ocurra all
mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, todo mosaicos. Dos piezas
grandes. Servio sanitario, espa-
ciosa cocina independiente. Calle
13 Oeste No. 4. Telefonee Bal-
boa 2870.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
pora hombre. B/.6.00 semanales.
Ave. Ernesto Lefevre, Parque Le-
fevre, Cosa 32.
lecomendaciones sobre la so-
licitud a la Oficina d Aeronu-
tica Civil dentro de dos semt.-
iias. La oficina en pleno y el
Presidente Truman tienen q ic
aprobar las recomendacin^
antes de que las mismas sean
definitivas y se publiquen.
Un ataque
Ministro de Sanidad en Canaria,
el Secretario de Estado Adjunto
George W. Perkins y el Mayor Ge-
neral Gordon P. Savllle. Segundo
Jefe de las Fuerzas Areas.
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
Empresa
aerea
lados Unidos como la empresa
Ecuatoriana en esa ruta.
Dos lineas areas de Estados
Unidos, la Branlff y la Pam-
gra, estn realizando vuelos ac-
tualmente a Ecuador. La prlnie-
a mencionada ha Intervenido en
consideracin a la solicitud de
las Aerovas Ecuatorianas coi.'.o
parte interesada, radicando su
alegato pero no estovo repie-
entada en la vista de hoy.
Henderson dijo al terminar
.a vista que espera someter *.u
P.M,
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
6:00
6:15
6:30
6:45
7:00
7:15
7:31
7:45
8:00
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
HOY MARTES
El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Valses vleneses
Peticiones
Vibraciones del Aire
(Nacho V aides i
Filigranas musicales
Msica escogida
Msica variada
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Mara (de Jorge Isaac)
El Radio peridico
"Accin"
Por los Senderos de la
Historia.
Ritmos tropicales
El Favorito de Hoy
Melodas sureas
Cantares de Espaa
Acordes porteos
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Msica favorita
Variedad nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Cancionero
Buenas noches
MASAN* MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o.)
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
con Anllnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El Correo del Aire
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El Molino Silencioso
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Canta Centro Amrica
12:00 Msica de Saln
12:15 Noticiero RPA
12:30 8olos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
1:15 Melodas venezolanas
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Delicias tropicales
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
3:00 Cantares de Mxico
3:15 Selecciones variadas
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
CONJUNTOS de COJINETES
(Unidades de BaUneru)
SEALMASTER
Sellados permanentemente
Pre-Lubricados
Alineacin automtica.
No espere necesitar una
Ballnera para ordenarla!
Dganos el tamao y el tipo
que Ud. usa y nosotros las ten-
dremos en existencia para
cuando las desee.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
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Tel. 3-0140 Panam. R.F.
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Cal en sacos
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Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
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FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
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La ma antigua,
a La ma acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154 Tel. 3-W24
Almacn Calle "I" 4
Tel 8-1751
Por unanimidad
y los acontecimientos del lti-
mo medio siglo han sido influi-
dos directamente por la cues-
tin petrolera que ha causado
el derramamiento de sangre y
el asesinato de figuras pblicas.
Daftarl compar la ley de na-
cionalizacin con la Doctrina
de Monroe en Estados Unidos
y dijo que con ella se manten-
dr la independencia de Iran.
"Pero no queremos construir
una muralla China alrededor de
nosotros", aadi Daftarl. 'Por
el contrario, deseamos mantener
las ma cordiales relaciones
con todas las naciones, especial-
mente las grandes".
"Casa de Vecindad" la gran
pelcula mexicana estrena
el Teatro Eidorado maana

Por aceptar
ci. pero no revel a base de qu.
A Brehm se le declar culpa-
ble de haber aceptado unos mil
dlares que de su salarlo le de-
volvi la seora Emma Craven,
secretarla de la oficina del Con-
gresista en Washington, Brehm
se declar inocente, empero, de
haber aceptado dinero de la se-
ora de 75 aos Clara Soliday
Muln. quien procedi a la seo-
ra Craven en el cargo de secre-
tarla.
Gran Bretaa
tra la nacionalizacin no tensa
xito, se harn esfuerzos por
conseguir la mayor compensa-
cin posible.
Una fuente digna de crdito
dice que Estados Unidos advir-
ti a Oran Bretaa que deu?
aceptar la nacionalizacin.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B .9.50
Entrega
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 20 E. #22
Tel 3-1713
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CALIFORNIA
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Contiene Nitrgeno, Potasio
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Se recomienda para
Plantas Arboles Prados.
De venta en pintas
V galones
en los
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Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1.503
Con un reparto estelar ex-
traordinario, el gran director
mexicano Bustlllo Oro, ha rea-
lizado una original y grandiosa
pelicula: "Casa de Vecindad",
que est recorriendo con xito
enorme los pases de Amrica.
En "Casa de vecindad", se pre-
senta todo un mundo de per-
sonajes, en un ambiente donde
todos los deslices se ocultan...
pero todos, absolutamente todos
se conocen. Es un tema am-
plio arrancado de la realidad
misma, donde pululan unas
gentes que todos vemos y nos
encontramos todos los das.
David Silva encarna el papel
de Ramn, "El Sabroso", un a-
migo de lo ajeno... y de la aje*
na; Meche Barba, una mujer,
liviana, apodada "La Brava";;
Irma Torres, una joven ena-
moradiza y coqueta, a quien le
gusta tambin "El Sabroso";
Andrs Soler, como avaro; y
otros muchos grandes artistas
del cine mexicano en esta po-
licroma de tipos que hacen de
"Casa de r Vecindad", una peli-
cula absolutamente distinta a
cuanto se ha visto.
Maana se estrena "Casa da
Vecindad", en el Teatro El-
dorado, y, ser tambin otro
gran' xito de la gran tempo-
rada de estrenos de este sim-
ptico coliseo santanero.
Resulta herido un Fracas movimiento
sargento de E. U.
ASMARA, Eritrea, Mayo lo.
Un sargento de las fuerzas
de1 los Estados Unidos fu he-
rido anoche cuando treinta le-
roristas Shlftas dieron alto a
tinco soldados norteamericanos
que viajaban en motoreleleias
a 80 kilmetros de Asmara-.
La polica informa que los te-
rroristas abrieron fuego coma
ellos. Los cinco regresaban de
dna carrera de automvi.cs
cuando fueron atacados por
Shiftas.
Jefes de Sanidad
Salud y los beneficios consegui-
dos por la acertada direccin dei
actual Director quedaron consig-
nados en la reunin celebrada
en la gobernacin.
A esta reunin asistieron tam-
bin el Gerente del Seguro So-
cial. Sr. Pascual Urea y el Di-
rector Mdico de esa Institucin
Dr. Horacio Diaz Gmez, quie-
nes fueron a Chiriqui a Intere-
sar a las empresas Industriales
para que se vincularan a la Ca-
ja del Seguro Social y en esa
forma aseguraran a sus emplea-
dos los servicios y beneficios de
la Caja.
Como resultado de estas ges-
tiones la Cala del Seeuro So-
cial extender sus servicios a la
Provincia de Chlrlaui.
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Rtulo Prp-Pern
El rtulo dice aii: "Juntos el
Sindicato Argentino de Vende-
dores de diarlos, revistas y au-
nes 1952 1958. Pern eumyle.
Evita dignifica a la confedera-
cin del Trabajo" (Al Primero
de Mayo".
El rtulo se extiende a todo
o ancho del edificio de La
Prensa cubriendo un espacio de
cuarenta metros-
comunista contra
Ridway en el Japn
TOKIO, Mayo lo. (UP) Los
Intentos comunistas de controi-
tir sus demostraciones del lo.
de Mayo en una protesta con-
tra el Supremo Comandante,
General Matt'new B. Rldgway,
fracasaron sin el apoyo del
Consejo General de Uniones O-
breras, socialistas. >
Los miembros ael "SanbeUi.",
ladical Izquierdista, y sus or-
ganizaciones afiliadas hicieron
intentos determinados pero fu-
tiles de concentrar fuerzas pa-
ra una protesta contra la pro-
hibicin del Gobierno Japons-
de usar la Plaza Imperial pera
la manifestacin del lo., de
Mayo.
Ayer, el Partido ComuniJ.a
dijo que la prohibicin que ue
apoyada pblicamente p Ridgway, haba sido impuesta
por "elementos reaccionarios de
aqu y el -extranjero".
V
**l
Nueva ofensiva
iJeres". Esta organizacin que a-
I lega tener 91 mellones de afi-
liados est respaldada por los
.comunistas. La delegada nor-
i teamerlcana seora Olive Re-
mington Goldman inmediata-
mente aconsej a la comisin
que atuviera a sus. labores v
que se mantuviera "ajena'
propagandas". Al someterse *
votacin se rechaz, la pro-
puesta que slo tuvo te su favor
los votos de Rusia y Polonia.
La propuesta dice que la*
mujeres de todo el mundo est-i
preocupadas por la propaganda
de guerra y los preparativos b-
licos de muchos pases y .qu*
ya existe la guerra en alguna
partes, agregando que los pe-
riodistas han dicho que en Co-
rea han cado ms bombas
que en Alemania durante cua-
tro aos.
i
TROPICAL
HOY ESTRENO!
Violenta historia de misterio, extorsin y homicidio!
"JOYAS FATALES"
JUEVES ESTRENO!
Oh! lis cosas
que haca y
t qu manera
\de hacerlas!
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MITES. MATO 1. 1951
MKAMA AMERICA DIARIO OTDEPRNDIBNTt
pauina ton
Ancn y Pacfico En Gran Cotejo De Ftbol Esta Noche
Este es uno de
[los clsicos de
temporada
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
FTBOL MAYOR
Pmt. lie Patialba
C. P. Pie-
| Pacilieo ............. 1 2
Hispano ............. 1 t
MHtrani .................... 10
I IMitoa ............. 1 '
LAnco ............!.. 1
[Huracn ..........--..... 1
El Campeonato de Ftbol de
la Division Mayor de la Provin-
cia de Panama contina esta
noche con el Importante y atrae
tlvo partido entre lo cono-ci-
ados conjuntos:
PACIFICO ti ANCN
Este es uno de los Juegos cla-
[sicos de la Temporada y comen-
fzar a las 7 y 45 p.m. en la
cancha del Estadio Olmpico.
I- Los muchachos blanquiazules
se mantienen en el primer lugar
de la divisin mayor y ete ao
se han presentado con una es-
cuadra de Jugadores dispuestos
a Jugarse el campeonato a toda
s costa por la cual se espera que
brinden otra brillante presen-
tacin esta noche.
? Mientras tanto los defensores
"del Deportivo Ancn an cuando
[comenzaron un poco flojos en el
11 campeonato, esperan recuperar
| .terreno en el partido de hoy y
por tal motivo toda la fanati-
cada espera un cotejo reido
durante los dos tiempos.
Los caballos Mameluke
y Ruhe ganaron pruebas
^preliminares al Derby
\ LEXINGTON. Kentucky Abril
1,30 (UP)Mameluke y Ruhe ga-
|, naron las carreras del Handicap
"Blue Grass Stakes" que sobre
una distancia de milla y un oc-
tavo y dividi en 2 secciones,
celebra anualmente entre los
caballos inscritos para partlcl-
|,.par en el famoso Derby de Ken-
tucky.
Mameluke venci por tres
|/cuerpos y medio a Phil D y
J'HaU Of Fame, corriendo la dis-
l tanda en 1.34 2-5. Ruhe triunr
| corriendo la distancia en 1-5 de
Lsegundo menos que Mameluke
tras descalificarse al favorito
"Sonic" por interferencia. Ro-
yal Mustang termin segundo
y 'countehpolnt" tercero debido
a descalificado.
Se protesta por la construccin de
tin dispensario en campo d uegos
Para su publicacin hemos re-
cibido la siguiente carta:
Panam, 28 de Abril de 1061.
Seor Director de la
Pgina Deportiva del Diario
Estimado Seor:
Por medio de la presente, los
componentes de la Liga Inter-
na de Balompi del Barrio del
Chorrillo, le pedimos l d ca-
vida a la presente .nislva, la
cual tiene como objeto lo si-
guiente:
Los miembros de >a Directiva
de la Liga Interna de Balompi
del Barrio del Chorrillo; si he-
mos protestado por la disposi-
cin Municipal d usar el nico
cuadro que exista en e! Barrio
del Chorrillo para edificar un
Dispensario Moderno; idea que
todos nosotros aplaudimos, pues
un Dispensarlo de esta Magnitud
en esta Barriada seria una gran
o*bra. Las protestas de los De-
[tortlslas del Barrio del Chorrl-
lo no se debe a la construc-
cin del mencionado Dispensa-
rlo; sino que, teniendo en cuen-
ta queen el Barrio del Chorrillo
hay un sinnmero de lotea de-
socupados, en lugares mis cn-
tricos que donde estaba el cam-
po de Juegos, se tuviera que en-
coger especialmente el loto don-
de se encontraba el mencionado
cuadro de Juego.
Tambin queremos hacer sa-
ber que la Directiva de esta Li-
ga no esta afiliada a ningn
partido Politico y por lo tanto
no es de nuestro agrado que se
tome el nombre de la Liga para
polltlqular, pues ninguno de los
componentes de esta forma par-
te de partido politico alguno.
Nosotros que nos pudiramos
llamar los forjadores del Depor-
te en esta Barriada no hemos
respaldado a nadie para que to-
me el cosa de el campo de jue-
go para hacer campana en con-
tra de la actual Administracin
Municipal. Siempre hemos he-
cho nuestras protestas Deporti-
vamente y sin ningn ideal po-
litico.
Queremos hacer saber, que nln
!;n miembro de la Directiva de
a Liga Interna de Balompi del
Barrio del Chorrillo, no es par-
tidario de que se tome el nom-
bre de esta entidad para finas
polticos.
Esperando que Ud. le d cabi-
da a la Presente,
Le damos las Gracias por an-
ticipado.
Somos da Ud. Attos. y 8. 8.
Eiequiel Padilla F.,
Vlce-Presidente.
Ramiro Martines M.,
Secretarlo.
Deportes a Granel
s
-
for KKUEMI
En el Diario "La Hora" de fe- en laborar en pro de ese deporte
cha SO del mes pasado, "Edito-1 y tengo la plena conviccin de
riallsta" de la Pgina Deportiva, que los nuevos directores sefto-
por la escogencla de la mesa < res Germinal Sarasqueta, Anbal
hace sentir pblica su protesta I Illueca, Mximo Rios, Rmulo
directiva de la Liga Provincial Gorrlchtegui y este columnls-
de Basketball, aparentando que ta harn todo lo posible porque
los escogidos no llenan al pare- esta nueva temporada de basket
cer sus ideales, afirmando que' ball resulte un completo xito,
con excepcin del Presidente I Las actuaciones de los seores
Importadores
Tagaropulos ,SA.
Germinal Sarasqueta, los de-
ms son meros representantes
de los equipos que en la Liga
tomarn parte, hacindole ver
al nuevo Presidente, un seor
que viene a probar suerte en e)
basketball, que la cosa le ser
muy dura, por elelemento que
constituye la mesa directiva. Co-
mo quiera que quien suscribe
esta columna es Secretario de
la Liga nombrado por voto un-
nime de todos los representan-
tes de equipos afiliados a ella
y que en la temporada pasada
tambin form parte de la Liga
con el cargo de Sub-Secrciarlo,
quiero manifestarle al "Editorla-
llsta" que su versin es una
completa farsa, que se aparta
de toda realidad, porque este
servidor no tiene que ver en lo
absoluto con ninguno de los
equipos que en la Liga tomar
parte y todas mis actuaciones
sern dentro del os reglamen-
tos y actuar como mi concien-
cia y estatutos me lo Indiquen.
Desde hace varios aos que
en el basketball se vienen lle-
vando figuras que conozcan de
ese deporte, que tengan Inters
Chandler renunciar
pronto su puesto de
Comisionado de base
CINCiWATTI, Abril 30 (UP)
El Consejo Ejecutivo del Bisbol
Organizado acept la renuncia
de Walter Mulbry como Secreta-
rlo Tesorero del Bisbol acce-
diendo con ello en narte a la
solicitud que hizo el Comisiona-
do de Baseball A. B. Chandler conqustar
cuando las Grandes Ligas deci-
dieron no renover su contrato
como Comisionado.
E) Consejo nombr- enseguida
al sustituto de Mulbry en este
puesto por el cual se paga un
salarlo de SO mil dlares.
Sarasqueta, Rios, Illueca, Gorrl-
chtequl, Muoz y dems en el
deporte, siempre han sido be-
neficiosa fara la familia depor-
tista y por esa razn que creo
que quien escribi dicho Edi-
torial Deportivo no esta en lo
cierto. La costumbre de que cuan
d una directiva no llena las
ambiciones de varios cronistas
deportivos, es asacada por ellos,
debe olvidarse y hacer deporte
y no obtrulrlo.
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Se corre hoy una
carrera de prueba
para el Kentucky
LOUISVILLE. Kentucky. Mayo
lo. (UP)Battle Morn es el ni-
co de los favoritos inscritos en
el Derby de Kentucky que par-
ticipar hoy en una competen-
cia de prueba, a una distancia
de una milla, para la famosa
carrera que se celebrar el pr-
ximo sbado.
Otros trece caballos participa-
rn en esa prueba pero no cuen-
tan con grandes perspectivas
para el Derby Estos- son: Abbe
Sting, Gay Hunter, The Gink,
Refun. Bernwood, Pur Sang,
Spur On Kings Hope, Fanfare.
Fighting Back, Golden Birch,
Bravlte, y King Clover. Otros
favoritos para el Kentucky son
Big Stretch, Ruhe, Repetolre, Ti-
mely Reward. Sonic y Mameluke
no se inscribieron para esta ca-
rrera.
Battle Morn es favorto por
tres a uno en las apuestas para
el triunfo boy.
Con gran inters
entrenan equipos
de basketball
Por ACHET
Con todo Inters estn entre-
nando los equipos de basket-
ball de las categoras mayor
Masculina, Femenina y Menor
Masculina, para la prxima tem
potada, que probablemente se
Inaugure el n de Mayo.
Loe equipos que estn entre-
nando en la mayor masculina
son Lord Chesterfield, que tiene
como Director a Augusto Kam,
Bab que tiene a Flix Lucianl,
Cyrnos con Jos French, y Ma-
durlto con Fermn Castaeda y
Mauricio con Martn Rodriguez.
En la Mayor Femenina entre-
nan Eva de Pern, Sastrera
Crdenas, Tito Reyes ets. Bn la
Categora Menor masculina te-
nemos al. Taboga, Cela Gonz-
lez, Ginebra Centenario, Carlos
Eleta, Rebeldes, Parque Lefevre,
Fuerte 15. Bam Jr. Juan Mendo-
za Eva de Pern. Madurlto. p-
tica Sosa, Pemlllex, Mambole-
tas. Los Incognitos y Atltlco
Carbonell.
Los-nicos cambios en los di-
ferentes equipos son los slgulen
tes: Vlllo Prez. Luis Ortega y
Pap Smith Ingresan al Lord
Chesterfield, v Tito Cellls entra
al Bam, estando los dems ju-
gadores en perfecta armona
con su equipo. La nueva direc-
tiva se posesionar el prximo
Viernes a las 5.00 de la tarde
en reunin que se celebrar en
el Saln de Descanso de la Cer-
vecera Nacional, reunin sta
en la cual tambin se designar
la fecha de apertura.
Se Inicia maana serle final de
baseball de la Liga de Calidonia
Maana Mircoles a las p.m. se enfrentarn en el cuadro
de Calidonia, las potentes novenas Barriada Jr. vs. Zapatera Ca-
lidonia, para dar comienzo a la serle por el Campeonato de di-
cha liga.
Esta serie constar de tres partidos, v lanzar la primera bo-
la al Inicio de esta serle el deportista Augusto Ordonez, a quien
le ha sido dedicado este partido.
Francisco Coln Garca Se
Enfrentar El 1.3 Con Plummer
El nuevo campen nacional de peso pluma FEDERICO PLU-
MMBR se medir el 13 de Mayo en el Estadio Olmpico con el
cx-campen de la misma division, FRANCISCO COLON GARCIA,
a un lmite de diez asaltos y con un peso de 128 libras, donde
no estar en juego el titulo.
El programa lo completan un semifinal a cargo de LEONEL
PERALTA y BETO SCANTLEBURY, con un peso de 135 libras y
a seis vueltas.
En los dos preliminares se medirn Fidel Morris vs. Alfonso
Chase y Percy Basse vs. Melvin Bourne.
Esta atractiva funcin de boxeo la presentar el conocido y
entusiasta promotor Tito Abood.
Francisco Coln Garca, muy conocido de la aficin paname-
a, llegar el Jueves 3 de Mayo, y su ltimo triunfo lo obtuvo
la semana pasada sobre Kld Guinche.
Los Gigantes Pusieron Fin a
Su Larga Cadena De Derrotas
Actividades en
las canchas de
Boliche
Hace ya varias semanas que
el torneo Duran ha entrado en
una fase muy reida en lo que
se refiere a la disputa del pri-
mer puesto. La Importadora Se-
lecta, la Casa Mike y el Flan
Royal se .encuentran en la ac-
tualidad esforzndose por obte-
ner o conservar ese primer pues
to, distancindose unos de otros
por muy poco margen La Se-
lecta es la que hasta ahora na
ocupado ese puesto de honor en
mayores ocasiones y por perio-
dos ms largos; le 'sigue la Casa
Mike, la cual con su triunfo de
anoche sobre los Entrometidos
captur de nuevo el primer lu-
f;ar. pero con muchas probabl-
ldades de que en los prximos
das le sea nuevamente arreba-
tado por el Flan Royal o la Se-
lecta.
A propsito de la derrota' que
por la via del blanqueo propina-
ron anoche los muchachos de
Mlkek Maduro a los Entrometi-
dos ste ltimo equipo parece
haber perdido completamente la
libra que lo caracteriz el ao
pasado. Aunque son ellos el me-
jor equipo entrenado del torneo
y el de mejor promedio sus
componentes parecen sufrir de
'ciertos impresionismo", como
dira el popular y entusiasta Dr.
Yique Icaza, ya que ante los
equipos ms fuer'tes del torneo'1
pierden lastimosamente las opor
tunldades que se les presentan
para obtener los puntos que los
mantendran entre los primeros
de las competencias, como de-
biera corresponder al promedio
que ostentan. Sin embargo, se
crecen enormemente ante los
conjuntos dbiles para obtener
NUEVA YORK. Mayo lo. (U.
P.lLos Gigantes de Nueva
York terminaron ayer su larga
cadena de derrotas consecutivas
al derrotar a los Dodgers de
Brooklyn por anotacin de 8
carreras a 5 ante una concurren
cia estimado en mas de 39000
personas.
Este era el nico Juego seala-
do en las Grandes Ligas el da
de ayer.
Los Dodgers amenazaron en
el quinto y el lanzador abridor
Sal Mage salt y fu sustituido
por Sheldon Jones quien salv
el peligro y dl la victoria asi
a los Gigantes.
Los neoyorquinos se cncontra-
El PRA derrot
al PRI el sbado
El sbado y el domingo pasa-
do en la cancha de Barraza, fue-
ron celebrados los partidos del
Campeonato Menor de Ftbol
del Barrio del ChOrriUo, eon lo*
siguientes resultados: t PRA. se
impuso al PRI por 3 a 1, el
PRA perdi al dia siguiente con
los actuales punteroa.de! torneo
Deportivo Whlnter por 7 a 0.
ban a solamente dos juegos del
record de partidos perdidos con-
secutivos por un equipo impues-
to por ellos mismos en 1044.
Eddie Stanky, Whit y Lock-
man. Bobby Thompson conec-
taron bits consecutivos en el
primer episodio para sacar del
montculo a Chris Van Cuyk.
En este episodio los Gigantes
e pusieron a la delantera ano-
tando seis carreras.
DEPORTES EN LA
FUERZA Y LUZ
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
I)K BASEBALL
Nombres
T. Automticos
Distribucin
Empatan adores
Oficina General
P. G. y Almacn
G.
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La Liga Interdepartamental
de baseball que auspicia con to-
do entusiasmo el Gerente De-
portista 8r. George L. Capwell
de la Empresa Fuerza y Luz,
se encuentra en su ttapa final
en esta segunda vuelta. Clasific
en gran forma la popular nove-
na 'Telfonos Automticos", al
obtener una resonante victoria a
costa del equipo "Oficina Gene-
ral" en partido celebrado el
viernes de la semana pasada,
el cual result del agrado de
todos los que lo presenciaron.
Con este triunfo los Telefo-
nistas empataron en el primer
lugar a los Distribuidores; quie-
nes tienen tres victorias, uno
empatado y ninguna derrota;
debiendo por tanto celebrarse
el Juego de desempate, para de-
terminar con este serlo compro-
miso, el ganador de la Segunda
Vuelta.
Por tal motivo los Directores
de esta Liga escogern el dia de
hoy, lunes para celebrar este
importante y esperado partido,
entre las dos mejores novenas
de este Circuito, "Telfonos Au-
tomatics" vs "Distribucin".
Es necesario observar que si
los Distribuidores ganan este
partido se Coronan Campeones
de esta Liga, ya que se acredi-
taron la Primera Vuelta; de mo-
do que si los Telefonistas obtie-
nen la victoria se anexan la Se-
gunda Vuelta, teniendo por lo
tanto que celebrarse una Serle
de tres juegos para discutir el
Campeonato de la Liga Interna
de Baseball, en el Campo depor-
tivo de Paltilla.
Jugador de base
radica demanda
por $150.000.00
NUEVA YORK, Mayo lo! (UP)
James Prendergast quien fue
lanzador del Syracuse de la Liga
Internacional, el ao pasado,
radic en la Corte Federal por
mediacin de su abocado una
demanda por ISO mil dlares
contra la novena en la que im-
6uan la validez de la clusu-
i en los contratos de los pelo-
teros con novena mediante la
cual estas se reservan el dere-
cho sobre los servicios de los Ju-
gadores.
Prendergast ha demandado
conjuntamente con loa dueos
de las novenas al Comisionado
Alberto Chandler a los Presi-
dentes de ambas Ligas Mayores
Will Harridge. y Ford Frlch, y
a otros dirigentes del bisbol
organizado.
I.* "El Avino Oiwi-ti'*
Los Rones Debar
Eliminar Los cidos
H cuerpo hununo m ahre <*!
saeteo o* toldo* y perdido vene-
noaoi do la anare, por medio do loa
nueva millonea de fmlnutoa tuto e
Clltroa de lo* rlftone. SI eitoi veneno
da loa riflonaa o la \ Jira lo hacea
llfrlr con levantada* nocturna*, ner-
vloatdad. dolar* da pierna*, olera*,
lumbaso, dolorea de la* coyuntura*.
tcldei o ardor en lo conducto*. de-
Ido a la necealdad de eatlmulante
diurtico, ornaba Cyatax.
Deehasaee del cido rico j loa
venenoa con ka receta raddlca llamad
Cyatax. que ea un diurtico eatttnu-
lante da loa rlHonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejlja 1
va urinaria* *n eetado de acides.
Cyatex aetlafaeer a ueted eompleta-
meate y r la medicina que tiatad
aeeaalta. Flda Cyatax hoy meme
..CfitoiS"
tanto en conjunto como en for-
ma individual, records de Juegos,
lneas y serles ms altas.
Cosa contraria acontece con
la Importadora Selecta. Su pro-
medio es apenas de un tercer lu-
gar en las competencias y en
cambio, como ya hemos mani-
festado anteriormente, es el
quinteto que durante ms "lem-
po y en mayores ocasiones en lo
que van del torneo ha ocupado
el primer puesto, con muchas
proballdades de adjudicarse los
premios que ofrecen los herma-
nos Duran para el ganador del
certamen.
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN
Para mayor potencia motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
"Extroan le ltima gota de potencia
H. C AGARWAL de la M.K.J. Trempert Com-
pony, Boatbey."... a la ltima gota do combustible.
Y usted puede estar seguro de obtener mucho mayor
kilometraje con un nueve luego de Champion. He
aqu otra razn por la cual rae gustan tanto: jams h*
hallado buja de encendido ms eficiente."
Predilectas del mundo entero
p*>r mes de un cuarto de siglo
NUEVA CREMA
DE AFEITAR!
Ayuda a conservar el aspecto
sano y juvenil del rostro.
Los cientficos saben que el lavar y
raspar que acompaan cada afei-
tada tienden a dejar la piel irritada.
Pero ahora se ha elaborado una
nueva y admirable crema de afeitar
que es realmente buena para la piel.
Maravllete Ingrediente
La nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams
contiene Extracto de Lanolinare-
ciente descubrimiento cientfico con
mayores propiedades "benfica"
para la piel que la lanolina corriente.
Slo an WILLIAMS
Ahoracada vez que usted se afeita
con Williams disfruta de esta mar vi-
Ilota substancia, y obtiene una afei-
tada ms ntida, mejor. Uae Williams
a nica crema de afeitar que con-
tiene Extracto de Lanolina
Para Dar Oportunidad
a Todos Los Colegiales
CONTINUAREMOS NUESTRA
GRAN VENTA
ESPECIAL
DURANTE ESTA SEMANA
PANTALONES-VESTIDOS
TODOS
Rebajados a 3.9S
4.95
3.95
6.95
TODOS
Rebajados a 12.50
17.50
21.95
24.95
25.00
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UNA EXTRAORDINARIA JOYA DE LA CINEMATOGRAFA MEXICANA!
UN ARRULLO PARA EL ALMA! UN ENCANTO PARA EL CORAZN!
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In New York
BROADWAY HEARTBEAT
It was like this.. .A drugged and dreamy time,
And, oh, how well I know you made it so;
The silly things we did all seemed to rhyme,
The town we lovedput on a scarlet flow,
And we would laugh the fragrant nights away.
And dream and plan as careless children do;
I know that all my heartbeats used to say
The loveliest and softest things to you.
Thus fot while we tracked enchantment down.
We found the inns that held the shadowed lore;
All suddenly the skies began to frown,
And lightning, flashed and we became unsure;
Labor New
And
(Comment
By Victor Rieiel
It was a drugged and dreamy time we knew
And aU of it remains with me...but you.
Don Wahn
Celebs About Town: Lady Aslor viewing the MacArthur parade
down Broadway from the Aator Hotel balcony outside the Runyon
f Fund office on the mezzanine. Guest of the Bob Chrlstenberrys...
If The Dook of Windsor (of the Schmobility) studying the Doubleday
II book shop windows on Vth Ave.. .Joan Bennett (at 53rd and 5th)
f causing a traffic gem.. .Rosalind Courtwright. looking minknifl-
tcent entering the Pierre. She has one blue orb and brown one...
Yul Brynner, stately monarch of "King and I." getting bawled out
by the traffic cop at 49th and 7th for j-ankllng.. .Hollywoods
madonna-like faceThe Myrna Loyza...The lovely Mrs. Qua Ed-
wards, widow of the star maker, watching a trio of young sidewalk
troupers delighting passersby with nifty song-and-dantlcs...
B'way Sam, whose new shirt Is made from reproductions of his
losing mutuel tlx.
Sallies in Osr Alley: They were tapping the hammer on Gen.
Vanghan's head again at Lindy's last night. One patron thawt it'd
h a good idea to send him to Korea "Gwan," said an ex-GI,
"the way things are going, this is no time to congest traffic with
comedians!"...BUI Stern's Confucius offering: "Footlights have
tripped more than one ham."
Midtown Vignette: Irving Berlin, who prob'ly has more song
smashes to his credit than other Tune-Pan-Alleyltes, has tre-
mendous admiration and respect for other songwriters.. .This was
exemplified recently when he suggested to Harold Arlen that they
lunch at 21..."Can you get In there?" asked Arlen. "1 never can.
They always give me The Old Ignore?.. .This appaled Berlin, who
took him to the uppitty Joynt, where Irving indignantly name-
, dropped to the manager: "Do you realize who this is? He wrote
4 'Old Black Magic' and 'Stormy Weather'!!!"
Memos of a Midnighter: If you wanna know just how terrific
the MacArthur welcome was (in Our Town), the crowd In front of
the Hotel Plaza dldden even know Rita Haywortb was standing
in the doorway as the Gen.'s ear passed.. .Dick Flnney (of Ben
Yost's Royal Guards) is a virus pneu victim at St. Francis Hosp..
Miami Beach.....Pete Peterson of The Vagabonds is ill there, too.
Blood poisoning from plucking an old gittar. ..One of America's
top editors is desperately III. but It is being hushed.. .Chas. J. V.
Murphy, who worked with The Dook on his menu, soon leaves Life
to Join the Air Force as advisoor to Finletter.. The Dookess told
chams: "The Dock and I loved The King and I,' but Rodgers and
Hammerstein thought this would look just too silly for a news-
paper ad."
WWonderland: Her name is Gloria Warner... Halls from the
(Bronx...24... 5/7... Brown eyes and hair.. .Attractive figger...
Never been on a stage.. .Not even for a benefit.. .But she can belt
n out a song...like a pro..."Have you an agent, manager or a
I* press-agent?" we asked her at Sparkv's the other midnight...
L Where she toyed with the wlsenhelmer spectatorsafter opening
\\ with the zlngy classic. "There'll Be Some Changes Made"... "No,"
she said "but I can find some".. .Well, don't, she was told.. .They
will latch onto you like parasitesafter they read about you...
|* Gloria Is a schoolteacher.. .Which of the recording firms wants
to help "find" a new vocalulu?.. .Applv Winchell, Mirror, N. Y.,
IT. S. A.
Broadway Taffy: Doris Ruby, one of the leg eyrfilling tip-top-
toe-tappers, opens at the Apollo in Harlem. The theatre features
>/ Negro stars. She took the date to be on the same blU with talented
I sepias "to learn a thing or two"...The late Congressman Sol
. Bloom died in March, '49. His headstone is still in the window of
a stone-carver on Jerome Avenue, near Bumside, In the Bronx.
Money problems?.. .Martha Raye caught an 8 ft. white marlln and
several huge sallfish via a Chamber of Commerce Dock fishing
skiff this week at Miami Beach. Mitout sleep, too. Works at her 5
'Clock spot until 4 ayem. yon know... June Bentley's Midwest
thrashing tour is a click.. .The ex-jockey Sammy Renicks are re-
ported sig-xagging. This Is ungood, Samuel!
The Big-Time: Vaughan Monroe's platter of "Old Soldiers
Never Die." inspired bv Mac (an RCA-victor sure click).. ."Gan-
I vnaway's ^-Plnt Party" on ABC. A talented teevymcee.. Berle's
r ditty (a corking cornball) called: "Did You Write a Letter to Your
n Sweetheart?" via Jimmy Wakely's disc...Jack Smith's guestarring
on Ken Murray's and other bills...True mag's piece about Sugar
Ray: "They Can't 8av I Don't Fight Good". ..Martha Rave's ver-
> sk>n of "Lotus Flower." by Krelsler. It has no lyrics, but you should
hear the way this star obligates It! A real Dreamy-Bu.
Sounds-ie-the-Night: At The Californian: "It must be love.
I sits home all night counting her money"...At Cafe Roland:
-He's not all right. He's .11 Rat!". At Blair House: "He acts civil
when he wants vou to owe him a favor". ..At Delanev's: "Here's
a tosast to the Nice People! There are so few of us left."
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OVERSTAFFED COMMAND
Fort Amador, Canal Zone
|Editor Mall-Box:
It appears that Just recently
I very able and competent of-
ficer was ordered to the con-
tinental US for relieve from ac-
tive duty by the Commanding
(General of U8ARCARIB for no
ipparent other reason than to
(satisfy the ego of a personal
lend of the Commanding
[tJeneral 'one retired general.)
The incident leading to this re-
Ijtef was due to his performance
lot duty, 1. e., a parking incident
[which occurred at the Army
Commissary on Saturday April
121, 1951
If this so-called army (U8AR-
"ARIB) is any different from
the DS Army, than it is desired
that each officer as well as en-
listed man be so Informed to
rnable them to follow the po-
etes sat forth by this OVER-
tAFTWD" command
Having over 15 years service
lull knowledge that this
command has enough brass as-
signed to a normal army com-
mand headquarters, I personal-
ly would welcome a thorough
investigation by the Depart-
ment of Army Inspector Gen-
eral to determine this Justifi-
cation.
If on the other hand we are
to relieve Competent officers who
in their capacity as commis-
sioned officers in execution of
their assigned duties are re-
lieved from their rank as offi-
cers Just to appease a personal
friend then it is high time the
Department of Army start
cleaning this command from top
on down.
I would gladly affix my name
to this gripe, but I like the of-
ficer being relieved have a fa-
mily to support and there is no
doubt that if my name was
printed I too would be TAR-
FEATHERED" out of this com-
mand. Thanks for publishing
this item,
___ Justified.
It's a hundred per cent war
for the kids bloodily sweating
out the Red Chinese in Korea,
but it's only an eight per cent
war in Washington. Fully nine
months alter the first invading
guns sent shells across the par-
allel, our military strategists
have asked for only eight per-
cent of our total output al-
though they've created an all-
out emergency.
And furthermore, by 1952,
these military planners, If you'll
excuse the expression, will be
asking for only 15 per cent of
what we're turning out, but will
be tying up enough raw stuff
to cripple many an industry. To
put It bluntly, there is the most
chaotic war planning in our
history and the charge comes
not from critics of the White
House, but from Its best friends,
the labor leaders, whose experts
have painstakingly gathered
documentary evidence to back
up their accusations.
These labor men charge that
this emergency wlthout-urgen-
cy has skyrocketed the prices of
28 basic commodities needed In
our dally lives by 40 to 49
per cent above the all-time
high reached right after Korea.
The result is that money
is short. People, by the mil-
lions, just aren't buying
anything except what they
need for their daily chores
and household tables. Re-
sult is that the civilian ma-
nufacturers who still have
enough metal to turn our
refrigerators, washing ma-
chines, television sets, and
a thousand other gadgets
which make a home livable
and comfortable, find their
stuff isn't moving and must
be stockpiled.
The favorite gag in Wash-
ington today Is that "the only
shortage so far is a shortage of
warehouses."
As the stuff plies up, news
comes of workers being laid off
In small batches around the
nation. Add to this the fact
that the government is seizing
huge stores of such vital raw
metals as aluminum and you'll
see why thousands of little
buslnessm,/i are worried about
being forced out of business by
the lack of raw materials lying
Idle in Federal stockpiles.
But they're not the only ones
worried. Ask John Lewis, If you
can reach him, as he drives
south In his favorite old Bulck,
about his concern over Jobless
and part-time coaldlggers.
Talk to the steel workers'
leaders, if you can pierce their
gloom as they literally weep
while awaiting word from Pitts-
burgh's Mercy Hospital. There,
the venerable CIO chief, Phil
Murray, lies in razoredged pain
and deep fever while physicians
decide whether the obstruction
in either his pancreas or sto-
mach will respond to surgery.
These CIO men will tell
you of sharp confusion in-
side the Defense Dept. They
will tell you bitterly that
government agencies do not
know even how much steel
or aluminum the seeming-
ly unworried war depart- '
ments will need in May,
June, or July. They haven't
decided on how many tanks
we'll need. Nor how many
fighting and bombing air-
craft we want.
Talk to the CIO's Auto Union
chiefs and they'll tell you that
it takes almost four to six
months to train a good man for
the war weapons or airplane as-
sembly lines. And they'll reveal
that the industry's employers
just don't know how many men
to add to the payroll. So this
lack of planning means, on this
specific front, that every order
for stuff needed abroad will
Just be delayed by half a year
while a mechanical force is
trained.
And, ask the labor leaders,
how can the war agencies cur-
tall metals intelligently with
no real knowledge of military
needs?
Naturally, the war boards
will grab off enormous amounts
this summer so they won't be
blamed for not having the stuff
around In the event the Defense
Dept. decides an 8 per cent war
Just isn't enough.
So while the aluminum, steel
and copper lies around in huge
and idle piles, the 92 per cent
of the nation's business which
has not been asked to go to war
will suffer.
So a subdued, almost unno-
ticeable, fear has seized many
a sector. People aren't buying
because prices are high and
people aren't buying because
they're confused by this war
which Isn't a war.
An amusing, but deeply
psychological, reflection of
this fear is being noted in
midwest labor circles. Union
chiefs there gleefully report
that the mobsters who
usually operate around the
big plants in the industrial
cities are weeping because
gambling has fallen off.
Many a bookie is going
broke because the average
chap who'll place a two
bet just isn't spending the
deuce.
The government's aware of
all this. At least two cabinet
members, Secretaries Sawyer
and Snyder, and the entire
stabilisation crowd are not now
worrying about Inflation. They
are harassed by fears of de-
flation and a depression In-
side the war which Isn't a war.
{Copyright 19S1, fott-HaU
Syndicate, nc.j
Scavengers
Young Mac
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.If there is one kid in the coun-
try for whom I feel very sorry It Is little Arthur
MacArthur, the general's youngun. He looks to
be a nice kid but his Is the tragedy of being
cheated of childhood. The core of being spawn
to a demigod is the roughest of them all.
Childhood Is a precious thing and should, so
far as possible, belong to the child. Little Ar-
thur's childhood Is not his own. His father's
circumstance forbids It. Arthur has become an
unwilling celebrity; a secondhand recipient of
the honors^ pomp and precaution which are
heaped on his old man.
The kid went to the ball game the other day,
his first in this country. It was a small party,
consisting of bis father's aides, Horace Stone-
ham of the Giants, and a few adult friends.
But not because of any action the boy could
control, the party was Immediately turned into
a sort of circus.
Reporters kept tabs on how many hot dogs
he ate. His boyish comments were quoted as a
gospel. The Giant and Dodger managers mdre
or less knelt at his feet. He was pelted with
gifts balls, gloves, a Giant Jacket am} cap.
They even had the kid throwing out a ball to
start the game.
Somebody in the Giant management, with a
penchant for upper-case name dropping, had
the gall to announce the public-address system
that all hands should keep their seats "until
the MacArthur party had left the field." Hell's
bells, 00 percent of the fans didn't even know
that there was a "MacArthur party" on the pre-
mises. And, In any case, a couple of cops and
a couple of colonels were more than sufficient
to fend off any rabid autograph morons.
One of the greater boons of being young Is a
sort o Tom Sawyerish enjoyment of privacy
the right to play hookey from responsibility and
so swlmmin' or Just prowling. Because of his
nappy's position, voung Arthur has been sur-
rounded by the court guard since birth.
I gather that his playmates have been, of ne-
cessity, carefully screened and chosen, and the
Dlay supervised. He would never have known
the horrors of being tormented by the town bul-
ly, or the brief exuberance of an unscheduled
fist fight. His public manners are perfect, and
his tact, public relatlonswise. the grave equal of
an adult's.
This, I think, ain't good. I dislike excessive
good, manners In the verv young, and poise Is
a product for the grownup. Thirteen is Indeed
a tender age for decorum in public places.
Gen. MacArthur has won a sort of earthly
godliness In our time. Re does not exist as
other men, and has not, for a long, long time.
H1j archfoe, the President, has succeeded in
maintaining much more of a private citizen's
outlook for himself and for his family. The late
President Roosevelt, trussed as he was by the
chains of high office, insisted on. a divorcement
of the Presidency from his numerous,' lusty
children at least in their tenderer youth.
I am sorry for the young MacArthur because
his childhood has been little more than a cut-
dewn carbon of his father's fame. He is win-
ning little or nothing as Art MacArthur. but Is
reaping esteem as the young son of a famous
father. That was a nice gesture, giving him a
watch in Washington, but the watch was not
really a present to Arthur MacArthur. It was
a gesture of adulation for the boy's old man.
Living always in the shadow of the mighty.
and dining dally oft reflected glory, can do
pretty terrible things to the yqung. It can
endow them with one of two complexes one,
that they're prettv hot stuff, and reserve all
things from all people, or two, that they do not
exist as Individuals, but merely as adjuncts to
a powerful personality.
Now that the kid Is home, in his own country,
I sure hope the old folks pop him In a school
where his path will not be cleared by colonels
and press attaches and guards of honor. I hope,
before the vears' out that he has earned the
nickname of "Stinky" or "Mac." and has both
given and received a black eye. On his own
time. /
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
BITING THE BULLET
V
^e WASHINGTON
I 1____ ^ *1 H 'M CM"
MERRY-GO-ROUND
^^^ ty DRIW PEARSON
TEHERAN. The Iranian crisis now appears
to have become an endemic disease, like mala-
ria. So far as can be Judged, the patient has
survived the present attack. But there la one
vital theme that must be stressed In this last
of a series of reports from Iran.
Soon or late the disease will prove mortal
Iran and the Middle East will be lost to the
West unless a drastic but Imaginative cure
Is undertaken by America and Britain.
The reasons are obvious enough. The Shah,
the official government and the Iranian army
are all progressively losing authority In Iran, as
misery and hopelessness more and more encour-
age the masses to take desperate steps. Even
today, the Kremlin's Tudeh party is the only
really hard organization in the country. This Is
a situation made to order for -the Soviet plan-
ners, who now plainly hope to cripple the West-
ern alliance by the capture of the Middle East
before many more months have passed.
lleve the existing unemployment and alleviate
misery. And they need finally a long term
program of social and economic betterment.
All these needs are actually more urgent than
a settlement of the oil controversy, which has
only reached the present acute stage because
the feckless folly of American and British pol-
icy aborted all earlier attempts to deal with the
really basic troubles here.
Unfortunately it is much simpler to describe
what Is needful than to achieve It. For the
American policy makers, there are several ago-
nizing choices to be made. The first is whether
and how much to work with the British.
The temptation Is to avoid presenting an An-
glo-American common front, because the mere
British name Itself is now so bitterly hated here.
As a practical matter, however, Anglo-Ameri-
can interests in Iran and the Middle East coin-
cide so closely that the odium of the British
partnership has simply got to be accepted. It
What can happen Is easy to envision. On must, however, be a real partnership,
some pretext or other most probably as a
protest against the best oil deal the British gov-
ernment can conceivably offer a new wave of
strikes will be launched. The official Iranian
government, its hands partly tied by the fiery,
unreasoning nationalism that now grips all
classes, will at first be weak. The army will be
scattered to deal with the disorders, from Khu-
zlstan to Tabriz, from Teheran to Shira.
Despite the optimistic denials of official Amer-
ican and British sources, It can now be stated
op rather positive authoritv that the Soviets
have prepared for the above situation by or-
ganizing "liberation" forces on their side of the
border. Specifically, the masters of the Kremlin
have available two "liberation" forces of approx-
imately 5000 warlike Barzanl Kurds and between
5000 and 10,000 8oviet-born Azerbaijani*.
The result will be a foregone conclusion. If
these forces are launched across the border
when the army Is already atomized Into a po-
lice force and the whole country Is already on
the verge of chaos.
With this sort of danger obviously in the
offing, the Iranians desperately need three
things. Thev need a strong government, that
can deal firmly with the fanatics of the Fe-
davan Islam and their allies, and thus create
a new atmosphere in which Iran's basic prob-
lems can be discussed without hysteria. They
need further a sort of crash program, to re-
Above all It must be based on the clearest
possible advance understanding that the British
will forget the Imperialist past and will co-oper-
ate fully with the United States, if we. In our
turn, cease our nald hand wringing and bring
to bear In the Middle East our full Influence
and power.
American choice number two Is how to bring
our Influence to bear. Again it Is tempting to
ko on with the old pious lectures. In fact, how-
ever, these will not serve. If need be, consider-
able political risks may have to'be run, and
fairly harsh diplomatic measures may have to
be used, In order to bring home to the inflam-
ed and Staggeringly ill-informed Iranians the
crude realities of their situation.
American choice number three Is whether to
support this effort in Iran as It must be sup-
ported. There Is no use saying that Iran ought
by rights to be a rich country needing no mo-
ney from us. Unless the American effort In
Iran is generously sustained with funds, at least
In the first stages, It will not be acceptable to
the Iranians and It will fall.
At a rough guess a sum In the neighborhood
oi $250,000.000 is now needed to launch a seri-
ous program of political stabilization and eco-
nomic betterment in Iran and elsewhere In the
Middle East.
(Copyright, 1951. Hew York Herald Tribane Inc.)
Drew Pearson soys: U.S. intervention in China would alien-
ate friendly nations; Price query stumps Mike Di Salle;
DPA ignores manufacturers' violations.
WASHINGTONThe split in the British Labor Party over
cost-of-rearmament versus the National Health Program Is not
confined to England only. It is also true In greater or less degree
of every European country I visited recently.
In every North Atlantic Pact nation, rearmament means
more expenditures. More expenditures means inflation. Inflation
means Mgher cost of living. And a higher cost of living means
another round of wage demands, strikes anl social unrest.
Rearmament also means spending less of the budgetary
dollar on social benefits and more on the militaryand in most
military countries the military are hated.
Take Norway, for Instance. Norway Is one of the steadiest,
most democratic countries in the North Atlantic Pact It has
strong ties with the United States and showed Its willingness to
light long years against the Nazis. Norway, furthermore, had the
courage to Join the North Atlantic Pact when her close neigh-
bor, Sweden, stayed out.
However, even In Norway, there have been grave doubts
about spending too much money on rearmament.
And it took some skillful salesmanship on the part of Gen-
eral Elsenhower to get around these misgivings In Norway,
BTance, England and every other West European country. That
was one reason hostile posters greeted him throughout Europe.
And that is tire reason why General MacArthur's current demand
that we Intervene in China may undo much of Elsenhower's sales
efforts.
For the last thing the countries of Western Europe want Is to
spend a lot of money on rearmament and then find their chief
ally bogged down in a long-drawn-out. expensive war against the
400.000,000 people of China.
PRICE TANGLE
Price Boss Mike Di Salle can't possibly keep up with the
thousands of regulations his new agency is issuing. Mike's sease
o humor,.however, usually helps him over the rough spots when
he is questioned by angry businessmen caught in a squeeze by
Mike's regulations.
The other day, for example, DI Salle was trying to explain
some of his agency* price policies to a group of frustrated
businessmen. In the course of the explanation, one Irate Indust-
rialist Interrupted him.
"How, in heaven's name, Mr. Di Salle," he demanded, "can
I make a profit on my product when I have to pay more for my
raw materials than I can get for my finished product under
your regulations?"
There was a moment of embarrassing silence. Then Di Salle
replied:
"That's a good question. As,soon as you figure out the'answer,
I want you to get In touch with me. I'll have a big Job waiting
for you down in Washington."
NEWSMAN SENATOR
Vice President Barkley rules the Senate with a firm hand.
Never does he let the galleries utter a sound. The other day,
however, he gave the press corps a green light to cheer the first
appearance of Michigan's new senator, Blair Moody.
Moody, one of Washington's most popular reporters, had Just
been appointed to fill the vacancy created by the death of Mich-
igan's beloved Senator Vandenberg.
A reporter asked Barkley: "Does the press gallery have per-
mission to applaud the new Senator?"
"Go ahead," Barkley replied with a smile. "All I can legally
do is announce that the press gallery Is out of order. I promise
you there will be no arrests."
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
William Harrison, overworked head of the National Pro-
duction Authority, has decided to heed his wile's advice and re-
sign May 1. The doctors told her: "You'll have to choose between
a live husband or a dead hero."...Jack Small, now head of the
Munitions Board, is a good bet to take his place...Newsman Sen-
ator Blair Moody, the new solon from Michigan, is the kind of
guy who goes uphill when it's much easier to to downhill...One
uphill senator, Bob Kerr of Oklahoma, took the unpopular side
oi the MacArthur dispute and Is now finding that It's paying
off. He had the nerve to tangle with the general when most
other senators stayed in their foxholes. The other day Kerr went
down to Wetumka, Okla., population 2,500, where he talked to
most of the population in the town squareon MacArthur, The
big newspapers, led by the Oklahoma City Oklahoman, were ex-
pecting boos. Next day they accurately reported: "Kerr is cheer-
ed in state speech lashing general.".. .Maj. Gen. Courtney Whit-
ney, the MacArthur aide, says nobody in Washington thought
the Chinese Reds might Invade Korea. But Congressman Mel
Price of Illinois wrote some of his major general friends in Tokyo
to August warning that Chinese invasion was the chief worry
of Washington. (He wasn't the only one).
THWARTING REGULATIONS
It has been hushed up, but hundreds of manufacturers have
been able to break defense regulations and get away with it. The
amazing inside fact Is that more than 850 violations have piled
up at the Defense Production Administration, but no a single one
has been turned over to the Justice Department for prosecution.
Defense Production has done Just nothing about them.
A third of the cases are violations of the construction ban,
which prohibits the use of strategic materials for building recrea-
tion facilities, such as night clubs, race tracks, bowling alleys and
swimming pools. The remaining violators are guilty of hoarding
scarce steel, copper and aluminum, or obtaining Critical materials
on the pretext of using them for defense, then manufacturing
civilian goods instead.
DPA officials have scolded some violators, winked at others
and admonished them not t break the law again. But so far,
nothing has been done to punish a single manufacturer who has
violated the Defense Production Act. Official explanation is that
DPA is not a regulatory agency. Actually, DPA Issues almost more
regulations than any other agency in Government, but does not
seem to care whether they are obeyed.
REACTION TO MACARTHUR
INDIATimes of India: "MacArthur's summary dismissal car-
ries a salutary moral and warning. The moral is that In a demo-
cracy the civil power is paramount. The warning is that a sol-
dler tampers with this doctrine at his peril. The triumph of Tru-
man is a triumph of democratic principle and one that deserves
to be sedulously upheld.". .Hindustan Times: "In spite of his great
qualities as a soldier, the general had recently became something
of a liability and neither the American administration nor the
U.N. could have tolerated him longer without increasing risk of
serious misunderstandings and complications. Things will Improve
now." ~ ,, .
TURKEYKudret: "If we take Into consideration the fact
that the decline of the Ottoman and Japan empires were due tw
the interference of soldiers with politics, we admit without hesita-
tion that certain actions taken by General MacArthur were danger-
ous... The decision taken by President Truman Is very important
for world peace."
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)