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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PanmtraAttiencati
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA. B. P., WEDNESDAY, MAY Z, 1951
rive CENTS
UN Tank Forces
Harrying Reds
North Of
TOKYO, May 2 (UP) A big Unittd Nations tank
force rumbled into Uijongbu, 11 miles north of Seoul, to-
day in one of a series of Allied patrols seeking out the
Chinese Communists. ,
Big Patton tanks ranged far north of the bristling
defenses of Seoul, looking for the Chinese armies which
had withdrawn beyond range of Sedll's artillery defenses.
The Reds are expected to resume their attack in three
to fire days.
It is behind the central front
that the Reds appear to be mas-
sing for the next phase of their
offensive. __,.
Reconnaissance planes report
the hills around Hwachon, 20
miles north of the United Na-
tions line, to be "alive with en-
emy movement."
Crippled by some 75,000 ca-
sualties in a week one man in
four knocked out the Chinese
are regrouping and awaiting re-
placements all across the V-
shaoed W-mlle front from the
western Han to the easter*
mountains.
Allied artillery and warplanes
eummeied a record volume of
raffle clogging the roads above
the central front. Thousands of
vehicle wound down from tne
north or shifted laterally from
the western front.
American and allied troops
bathed and sunned themselves
along the banks of the Han and
Pukhan Rivers. The defenders of
Seoul relaxed. .
The Reds closed the Hwacnon
reservoir floodgates, lowering the
levels of the Pukhan and Han
rivers wftlch feed from It. Thtt
would make easier an attempt t
smash across*ihe streams along
Which the Allied line runs.
So the 8th Army called up the
Navy. Soon Skyraiders from the
carrier Princeton Were blasting
the dam open again with tor-
pedoes dropped- In the resevoir.
They destroyed one gate and
made a 10 foot hole below water
level In another gate.
The vital floodgates were too
small to be bombed successfully
so the Skyraiders were called in
to unleash their "tin fish."
The planes had to twist and
dive around 4,000-foot ridges to
reach the shprt, curving l<
the reservoir lake leading
the dam. They had lust enough
overwater distance then to level
g of
into
Rock Thrower
Makes Rockpile
A Jagged, four-pound rock,
heaveJ yesterday afternoon
at a resident of La Boca,
ricochetted today to land
23-year-old Harry Walcott
of Panama City in Balboa
Jail for the next 38 days.
Walcott heaved the rock
at George D. Messiah when
he and Messiah irot into an
argument near the latter's
home in La Boca. Walcott
claimed that aU of his
clothes had not been re-
turned In laundry which he
was having done at the
Messiah home.
The rock eausht Messiah
on the shoulder, opening up
a gash which required three
stitches to close.
Walcott, who Is unemploy-
ed, had a previous record of
convictions tor disorderly
conduct and loitering in La
Boca.
off In a glide to the point where
the torpedoes were released.
Then they had to pull up abrupt-
ly over steep ridges Just north
of the dam and skim over high-
tension wires.
Last major Allied use of aerial
torpedoes in land combat was the
successful Royal Air Force raid
on the big Roer dam In Germany
during World War II.
As the Allied commanders
strengthen the defenses all across
Korea they are confident of
stopping any new assault.
One officer said: "We can hold
Seoul forever and pile up dead
like cordwood if they try another
frontal assault here.
"If they sideslip their attacks
to another sector of the line they
will be resorting to a war of
maneuver which is our method
of fighting, not theirs."
Wife, Sunday School
Teacher, Strangled
In Rectory Cellar
GEORGETOWN, S.'C. May 2
(UP). The body of an attrac-
tive 35-year old housewife and
Sunday school teacher was found
strangled to death In the boiler
room of a vacant Episcopal par-
ish house early today, officers
said.
Sheriff Garris Crlbb of George-
town Identified the woman as
Mrs. Mayless Crlbb Coker, wife
of a paper mill employe, Louis H.
Coker. The sheriff said the body
was found about 3 a.m. by. the
husband and another man after
the woman had failed to return
home from a movie last night.
Crlbb said an autopsy showed
that the woman had been
strangled to death. Cribb said he
was "satisfied" she had been as-
saulted.
The state constabulary joined
McA Believes
Dean Acheson
Cause Of Firing
WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP)
General Douglas MacArthur has
informed confidants that he
holds Secretary of State Dean
Acheson primarily responsible for
his discharge.
However persons who have
talked with MacArthur recently
say he has neither the wish nor
the intention of putting the fin-
ger on Acheson when he testifies
before Senate Investigators to-
morrow.
Despite MacArthur's reported
reluctance to name Acheson in
all probability he will come under
the strongest kind of pressure ro
do so through the questioning of
Republican members of the Joint
Armed Services and Foreign Re-
lations Investigating Committee.
It Is recalled that before his
dismissal MacArthur constantly
reiterated that his hands were
tied In the Korean fighting pend-
ing decisions by a higher author-
ity "diplomats ... states-
men... policy makers.
Unconfirmed reports here are
that regardless of the outcome of
the MacArthur and Far East po-
licy Investigation Acheson will
be replaced before June 1 by John
Foster Dulles, now his Republi-
can foreign affairs adviser.
Acheson will be called to testi-
fy next week. Also called will be
former Defense Secretary Louis
Johnson who was removed after
a long feud with Acheson.
La Prensa Becomes
Peron's May Day
Gift To Unions
BUENOS AIRB8, May 2 (UP).
. President Juan D. Peron an'
nounced that the expropriated
independent newspaper La Pren-
sa will be handed over to the
General Confederation of Labor
for whatever use they desire to
make of It.
Addressing a huge May Day la-
bor rally In the Plaaa de Mayo,
before the Presidential palace,
Peron said:
"I want to announce that the
newspaper La Prensa, expro-
Brlated by a law passed by the
atlonal Congress, will be hand-
ed over to the workers for the
use they think best."
PC Finance Bureau
Bigwigs Talk It
Over At Tivoli
Thirty-five officials of the
Crlbb and Georgetown police In Panama Canal's Finance Bureau
the investigation. But he said so last night learned how the corn-
far no leads had been turned up. tog reorganization will affect
Cribb said Mrs. Coker had ap-
parently been attacked near the
parish house which la adjacent
to an Episcopal church about 9
B.m. as she returned alone from
le movie.
He said it appeared the body
had been carried across a vacant
lot and dumped across a wall Into
the church cemetery. From there,
he said her body was dragged to
the boiler room.
Crlbb said Coker returned from
work about 11 p.m. and went to
bed thinking his wife was still at
the movie. Later, when she had
not returned, he and a friend,
Charles Lohr, went to look for
her.
Mrs. Coker, who had no chil-
dren, was a Sunday school teach-
er and a member of the choir of
the church. She has a brother
who Is a minister.
their various units.
This happened at an Inform-
al get-together dinner at the
Hotel Tlvoll first of the sort
held for the Bureau.
Main speaker was Finance
Director Arnold Bruckner. Those
attending were chiefs of the
bureau's divisions, branches and
sections.
CZ Nurses' Association
Lists Meeting Tonight
The second meeting of the
Canal Zone Nurses' Association
will be held at the Jewish Wel-
fare Auditorium tonight at 7:-
30.
Guest speaker for the meeting
will be Dr. F. H. Howard who
will give an address on polio-
myelitis.
All nurses are urged to attend.
Pressure Put On O'Dwyer
To Quit Ambassadorship
Don't Get Excited I You Still
Must PayAs Matters Stand
As of noon today government
employes in the Canal Zone
must still pay Income tax for
1950, and must pay it by June
15 if they have not already
done so.
As far as The Panama Ame-
rican could determine not one
of the bills which would repeal
or modify the retroactive situa-
tion has been reported out of
committee much less acted
upon by Congress.
Reports that the retroactive
tax had been lifted circulated
widely on both sides of the
Ilsthmus beginning Monday af-
ternoon. The rumors are be-
lieved to have originated with
an incoming passengger on the
SS Ancon who said he was a
personal friend of Rep. George
Miller, Dem., Cal. The Miller
bill is one of the five Intro-'
duced.
Rufus Lovelady. president of
reported favorably out of com-
mittee.
Lovelady said that even
should such a bill as tha in-
troduced by Rep. Miller and
reported favorably be placed
on the "consent calendar, sev-
eral days would elapse before
It could go to Congress. Con-
{resslonal procedure provides
hat a bill remain on the cal-
endar for two successive days
AFGE local 14, cabled Wash- before It can be acted on.
Man-Made Solution Of DDT
Believed Yellow Tide Culprit
epor
idar
ington and was informed that i That is, he said, should a bill
all the bills concerning the re-1 be reported for the consen
troactlve tax are still before the
committees to which they were
referred.' These are the House
Ways and Means Committee, in
case of House bills, the Senate
Finance Committee In the case
of the Senate bill Introduced
by Sen. Edwin C. Johnson of
Colorado.
Both Lovelady and The Pan-
ama Canal expect to be noti-
fied shouH any of the bills be
calendar on a Monday, no ac-
tion could be taken before the
following Thursday the day
of report not counting In the
two days required.
And the time might still be
lengthened further because the
bill would not be considered
until the regular days on which
Congress acts on the consent
calendar. During the last ses-
sion of Congress, Lovelady said,
these were the first and third
Wednesdays of each month.
PRR Freight House
Cashier Case Now
Set For Friday
Preliminary hearing on the
newly re-filed charge of failing
to account for government
funds was set for Friday after-
noon for Mrs. Mina Dee, former
cashier for the Panama freight
house.
a man-made solution of ddt
1, the leading suspect, today
In the wholesale slaying W fish
observed Monday in the Farfan
River.
This solution
a new marine biological pheno-
n is also blamed for
ftp How water there which
at fist Wed some lnvestl-
gasanitarlans and marine bio-
logists are still looking Into the
causes and effects o the red
and yellow solutions "SPVJS
the Farfan River and offshore
to the Canal mouth and Pan-
* The^ciwes" are far from
closed, but todav there were
these levelopmenta:
A representative of the Dredg-
ing Division ruled out the red
tide" as a factor in fish deaths
above Farfan spillway, because
recent changes there have made
this a whofly fresh water
StTldm-gates recently installed
In connection with an experi-
ment on sandfly control close
automatically when the tide
goes out and do not permit salt
water to enter when the tide
rises. On the other hand, when
the tide falls, the check-valves
open outward permitting fresh
water which has built up be-
hind the gate to flush out.
Because of this construction,
the dead fish not devoured by
the buzzards during a two-day
revel have been swept out to
sea In the course of the normal
flow of two tides each 24 hours.
A Canal sanitation crew sped
them to the Pacific.
One authority observed that
fishermen who see an abnormal
number of dead fish in the bay
should recall this fact.
DDT solutions have sometimes
been know to kill fish before.
If this is the sole cause of
the recent fish demise at Far-
fan, the waters at one of the _-,*_ wood row
- rath", than * ^.e*. Uvorltepots ffJUtfLAJS
ti
The continuance to Friday
was asked by her counsel,
Charles E. Ramirez, of the firm
of Van Stolen, Ramirez and de
Castro, when the new case was
called yesterday afternoon.
Earlier in the day, Ramirez's
WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP) Republican pressure
is building up for ex-mayor of New York, William O'Dwyer,
now United States ambassador to Mexico, to resign or
clear his name of Kefauver committee charges that he
helped the New York underworld.
Democrats are silent for the most part, but it is ap-
parent many feel some move has to be made by O'Dwyer
to remove what one Republican called a cloud over his
head.
Neither the White House nor O'Dwyer had anything
to say on the committee's charges yesterday. O Dwyer
indicated he may have something to say later.
cord In natural rotation, Col.
Elton said.
Meanwhile, his office and the
33rd Infantry at Ft. Kobbe are
continuing observation and in-
vestigations on the red tide
still found in the bay.
Camp El Volcn
Aspirants Asked
To Register Now
The necessity for early regis-
tration of scouts who wish to
take part in the camping acti-
vities at El Volcn this year, was
emphasized by R. M. Jones, Camp
Director, at the Pacific District
Court of Honor held last night at
the American Legion Hall, Bal-
boa.
Jones said that the camp will
open on July 16 and in order that
the supervisors be able to order
the necessary supplies to cover
the six weeks at El Volcan, It
was urgent that they nave early
Information as to the number of
boys who would make the trip.
An attractive word picture of
life at the camp was given by
Jones who has been in charge of
two previous encampments at El
Volcan. The boys work under
close supervision, have the ad-
vice of counselors available when
they need any help, and a doc-
tor Is on hand at all times. In
foi Norman W. Elton of the
Cimai's BoardI of Health Labor- cases of emergency immediate
P.1 V2SELTtnrfav that the communication can be had with
atory, observed today that the
malaria control unit is cons-
tantly using DDT. in the upper
reaches oX Farfan River.
VA Explains Free Gl Insurance Bill,
Made Retroactive To June 27, 1950
Editor's note:Following is Government Life Insurance (US- shall be automatically covered days after separation fonVf.er-
a detailed summary prepared OLD, which orginated to World against death in active service vice, they may apply without a
by Veterans Administration of War I, and under National Ser- for $10,000, less any NSU or U8- physical examination to the v-a
the revised National Service vice Ufe Insurance (NSLI), GLI in force at time of death. In writing for'permanent type in-
Llfe Insurance law, which af- which originated just prior to The amount of any NSU or US- surance on the same plan not in
fects aU veterans, both of the United States entry into GU payable at death, plus the excess of the amount surrenaer-
World Wars I and II, and ser- World War n. Indemnity, may not exceed ed. Or they may reinstate tne
vicemen who are holding, or Term policies under USGU $10,000. surrendered insurance by pay-
have held, government life in- and NSU that are in a state of The indemnity protection con- ment of the required reserve ana
smrance: lapse (as distinguished from ex- tlnue for 120 days after separa- the current premium.
plration) may be reinstated on tlon from service for those call- Persons to-active service who
WASHINGTON, May 2 The or before, but not after, their ed to extended active service for have permanent plan USQLi or,
o-called "free OI Insurance" term period has expired. Also, a period exceeding 30 days. N8U policies of less than one
bill became law on April 25 with permanent plan policies, in a The Insurance Is payable only year s duration and who lapse
the signature of the President of state of lapse, may be reinstated to surviving spouse, child or their policies, may reinstate oy
the United States. at any time, provided the applic- children, parent, brother, or paying all back premiums witn
Known as the Servicemen's ant can meet the reinstatement sister; and the insured may interest and also meeting tne
Indemnity and insurance Acts requirements. name one or more beneficiaries health requirements,
of 1951, the law Is divided into The new law provides that on within this permitted class. Those who Old five-year level
two parts and both will be ad- and after June 27. 1960, any per- The $10.000 Indemnity is pay- premium USGU or NSU term
ministered by the Veterans Ad- son in active military or naval able In 120 equal Installments of policies on which the term pe-
mlniatratlon. It'has been design- service, Including cadets and $92.90 per month. rtod expires while they are n
atad Public Law 23, 82nd Con- midshipmen of the UB. Military, Persons in active service may active service may apply within
gress Naval and Coast Guard Acade- surrender their NSU or USGU 120 days after separation from
With certain exceptions the mies and commissioned officers permanent policies in force for service for an equivalent amount
law ends the Issuance^ new in- of the Public Health Service and a year or more for the cash sur- of term Insurance. This lnsur-
aurance under United States the Coast and Geodetic Survey, render value. Then, within 120 .ICeaHaoed O* ? Cet I.
the Rescue Squadron at Albrook
Field which is prepared at all
times to evacuate personnel by
air in case of necessity.
Master of ceremonies at last
night's proceedings was W. R.
Price, Council President. Others
who participated in making the
awards to the scouts. In order of
their appearance on the pro-
gram, were J. R. Barr, Scout
Executive; E. B. Stevens, District
Camping and Activities Chair-
man; R. C. Worsley, Council Or-
ganization and Extension Chair-
man; R. J. Chlttick, Chairman,
Pacific District Committee; C. F.
Anderson, Council Advancement
Chairman: C. Norman Uttle,
Commander, Panam Canal Post
No. 1. The American Legion; Col.
M S. Shore, District Leadership
Training Committee.
Hans Petersen, Department
Commander. The American Le-
gion, was present and accepted
several awards in the absence of
representatives of the Gamboa
Troop.
A representative gathering of
parents of the scouts was pre-
sent and there were general ex-
pressions of satisfaction, not
only with the boys for the win-
ning of merit badges but also to
the members of the Council and
other adults who publlc-mlnded-
ly devoted long hours towards
helping the scouts to advance.
two cases, against Mrs. Dee on
the grounds that the govern-
ment was not prosecuting. This
was granted, but a couple of
hours later the government re-
flled and Mrs. Dee was arrested.
This time she is charged with
only one offense that on
Dec. 15 she failed to account for
$20 received In the course of her
work. Her bail, however, was set
at $1,000 or the same amount
that had been posted for the
two other charges.
Crime Committee
Blasts Florida
Governor In Report
WASHINGTON. May 2 (UP)
The Senate Crime Committee's
Report described the alleged
Rambling-political corruption in
Florida from the Governor's of-
fice in Tallahassee to the water-
front at Tampa and to the lush
tourist centers of Fort Lauder-
dale and Miami
The committee charged that
Gov. Fuller Warren "allowed the
power of his office" to be used
by the Capone syndicate to mus-
cle into Miami Beach gambling.
Its year-end report also "strong-
ly condemns" the Governor's re-
instatement of Sheriff Smiling
Jimmy Sullivan of Dade Coun-
ty.
Warren said he had no com-
ment "at this time" on the re-
port.
The report said that Warren
accepted a "huge campaign con-
tribution" from William John-
ston of Jacksonville, who has
"close connections" with present
and past members of Chicago's
notorious Capone syndicate, and
then allowed the "power of his
office" be used bv Harry Russell
in muscling into the S & G
gambling syndicate.
The report said the S ft G
syndicate, a group of five
independent book makers
who pooled resources in 1944
and eliminated competition,
netted profits of $2,000,000 a
year or more on a gross in-
come of between $30,000,000
and $40,000,000.
Th. committee described how
Russell, a Capone mobster, mus-
cled into the syndicate In 1944
and how syndicated members
enjoyed "cordial relationships
with members of the city gov-
ernment and law enforcement
agencies." It showed how Pat
Perdue, Miami Beach's "one man
vice squad." tried to drive out
competitors of the 8 St G.
"Gamblers from all over the
country met In Florida at three
Republican demands for O'-
Dwyer's scalp followed tonne-,
dlately on yesterday's publica-1
tlon of the 195 page Kefauver.
report.
Members of the Senate com-
mittee would not say whether
O'Dwyer should quit or be flreo,
but the retiring chairman of
the committee Estes Kefauver.
D., Tenn., has said he would
not now vote to confirm O'-
Dwyer in his ambassadorial
post.
Kefauver, who today turned*
over the chairmanship of tha
committee to Sen. Herbert R,
O'Connor, D-, Md urged Sen-
ate Republican leader Kennetr
S. Wherry, Neb., to withhold-
his "resign or be fired" judg-
ment on O'Dwyer till a New
York county Grand Jury com-
plete its investigation of th
ex-mayor's conduct.
Sen. Charles W. Tobey, R.,
N. H., called upon O'Dwyer to
"examine his own conscience"
and resign if he finds that "thai
evidence in his inner soul" re-
quires it.
Sen. John J. Williams, R.
Del., noted that the commit-*
tee's report alludes to a tie*
up In some cases between Fed-
eral tax agents and big time)
racketeers. He demanded to
know why Treasury Depart-
ment officials were "concealing!
and sitting tight" on such,
conduct.
Kefauver said the Treasury
has not taken "full steps" to
correct the practice, but la
making investigations and has
had some agents arrested.
As for O'Dwyer. Kefauver said
it Is up to President Harry 8.
Truman and the ex-mayor him-*
self whether he should stay lnV
Mexico City. Shortly after O'-
Dwyer appeared before th
committee in New York bota
he and Mr. Truman said he!
would stay on the job.
The committee found that
O'Dwyer was on terms of "In-
timate friendship" with friend*
of racketeers Joe Adonis sold
Frank Costello, heads of th
New York crime syndicate. J
The committee left it up to
the New York county Grand
Jury to decide whether O'Dwyer
or John P. Crane, ousted Pre-
hoodlum-run hotels the Wo^ Went of local a of the InUr-
f^--5S5Sd and 8ands'" * " Sfiffii SSff thl tJSSS
in New York testimony. It said
It lacked sufficient evidence to
decide.
Crane testified he gave O'-
Dwyer a $10,000 campaign con-
tribution In October, 1949. O'-i
Dwyer swore he never received
a cent of cash or campaign
contributions from Crane.
Panama Rotary Club
Meets Tomorrow
I
Blanton Services
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Edwin
Walter Blanton, who died Mon-
day night at the home of his
son, Edwin T. Blanton, In Ga-
tun, will be held at 2:30 p. m.
tomorrow at Colon Hospital
Chapel. Burial will be at Mount
Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Blanton's service with the
Canal-Railroad organization ex-
tended over a period from March
1906 to April 1943, in which he
served primarily as machinist
for the Locks and Mechanical
Divisions. He was last employed
as watchman for the Mechanic-
al Division at Balboa.
Mr. Blanton was 77 at the
time of his death.- He was born
In Magazine, Arkansas, and was
employed as machinist to Illi-
nois before coming to the Canal
Zone in 1906.
He Is survived by his wife, of
East Randolph, New York; one
son Edwin E.; and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Alice Conover of Dia-
blo Heights; and Mrs. Josephine
Kilburn, of East Randolph.
3-Yr-01d Prescribes:
Sister Is Shaken
Well After Taking
HAPEVILLE, Ga., May 2 (UP)
While Mrs. Robert McCord, Jr.,
stepped across the street to see
a neighbor, her son, Charles, 3,
and a friend, Wesley Farr, 4, de-
cided to give baby Elaine Mc-
Cord her bottle.
After a hectic hour, during
which two-month-old Elaine was
rushed to a doctor, given arti-
ficial respiration by the fire de-
partment and treated with a
stomach tube, the groggy tot was
coming around.
The boys had given her two
bottles one full of toilet wat-
er and the other a "formula"
consisting of salad dressing.
Balboa Tides
Thursday, May 3,1951
High Low
s!8iS::;:::;:;;::tSS z^^s^er?^-^ m. iootto.TtoTrtoaitn*i
port added.
"The same dismal pattern of
corruption of public officials bv
entrenched gambling Interests
was found at Tampa," it added.
"The gambling element to Tam-
pa has throttled all efforts for
adequate law enforcement for
vears and officers have been
unable to cope with violence
ateruntoK from organized
crime."
The report said the shadow of
the Mafia runs through the his-
torv of more than a dozen
racket killings and six attempt-
ed less than 20 vears.
The committee said it could
not understand how Sheriff
Hugh L Culbreath could allow
his brother to make a book In
the County Jail. ____
The regular weekly meeting of
the Panama Rotary Club will b*
held at Hotel El Panama tomor-
row at 12:15 p.m. Rotaran Te-
mas Guardia will be guest speak-
er and will give the latest Infor-
mation concerning the Inter-
American Hlghawy.
2-Ton Loot of Salted Gold
Stumps Best Legal Brains
WASHINGTON May 2, (UP)lion dollar International Court
Interhatlonal lawyers, dismayed judgment against Albania fol-
and dizzy from years of deba.e, lowing the mln tog of two Brlttl
todav gave up their attempts to destroyers outside Albanian tar-
settle the ownership of two and rltorial waters
a half tons of looted gold, valued The arbitrator will have 1
at $2 600 000 consider these facts:
They called on the Interna- Before the war an Albany*
tlonal Court of Justice to appoint bank sold stock to "altan citt-
an arbitrator to decide the case zens. bought two and a half tona
The gold is now to Germany, of gold and stored it to Rome
under United States. British and Then .the Albanian Govern,
French control meut confiscated the bank but
Italy claims It. So does Albania, paid nothing to stockholders
But if Albania wins, Britain So Italy kept the gold, tUl ISO
wants to seize the gold as repay- when the Germans stole
ment ol debts. Britain has been Allied troops finally dlscova


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MAT 2, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures

Shipping & AirLine News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive
Cristbal
S.. Chlrlqul ...................................April 30
S.8. Fiador Knot ...............................May 7
S.S. Chiriqui....................................May 14
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................Mar 23
"""'-I Refrigerated Chined and General Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service__________________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................May 4
S.S. Cape Cumberland..........................May 1
S.S. Cape Ann ..................................May 20
S.S. Cape Avlnof ...............................May 26
Freight Saillnn Weekly from Havana to Cristobal
Weekly Selling! to New Tork, Lea Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle
Occasional Ballings to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers In tola service are limited lo twelve paosengers)
Preaneat rrelght Saillnn from Cristobal to Weal Const Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.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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GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.8. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Due Cristbal, May 9th
8.8. "SANTA LUISA" ..............Due Cristbal, May 16th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA ELISA" .............Sails Cristbal, May 7th
8.8. "SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristbal, May 14th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "OUNNBR'S KNOT" .rr........Due Balboa, May 12th
M.V. "ANCHOR HITCH" ............Due Balboa, May 26th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ........Sails Cristbal. May 8th
Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
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fast raciuHTKns suivici between
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(A Limited Number of Passenger Berth*)
TO EUROPE: May 17
June 1
TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE: Mav 17

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PASSENGER SERVICE PROM NEW YORK re PLTMOLTM R LE HAVRE: May S
May 11

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Lumber Load
Pope and Talbot's P and T Sea-
farer, W. Andrews Co. agents, is
due today in Balboa irom Pacific
ports. She is en route to the East
Coasi of South America.
The Seafarer has aboard 400,-
000 board feet of lumber for Pa-
namo, and the Canal Zone and
some 400 tons of general cargo
for the Isthmus. She will berth
in Balboa for discharge.
Pare Cut
A reduced rate for a round trip,
via DC-4, from Panama to Los
Angeles, went "Into effect yester-
day for Branlff Airways.
The new rate cuts $14 off the
prior round trip fare, reducing
the travel from $371.80 to $357.
The excursion fare will be in
effect between May 1 and through
Sept. 30. A 80-day limit is placed
on the round trip.
Travellers leave Panama on
Braulff, switch to American Air-
lines In Texas.
The S.S. Ancon Is scheduled to
leave the Isthmus Friday with a
load of 174 passengers, according
to the advance passenger list
from the Panama Line offices at
Balboa Height*.
Dr. Robert P. Rea, Chief of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Serv-
ice at Oorgas Hospital, is among
the passengers. He and Mrs. Rea
are going to the United States on
vacation.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Mrs. BernlceS. Austin; Dwlght
Boss: Sherman C. Brooks; George
B. Brown; RichardR. Brown; Mr.
and Mrs. Herman I. Baron; Mr
and Mrs. John R. Bruland, Jr.
and two children; John Butters.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Carrlker
and two children; Mr. and Mrs
Walter B. Caughlan; Mr. and
Mrs. Victor D. Cockrell; Joseph
H. Copian; Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Crawford and daughter; Dr.
and Mrs. Francis Cronln; Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas J. Egger and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry c. Egolf and two children;
Ronald A. Faunce; Eric E. Fora-
men; and Capt. and Mrs. Carlisle
H.Frederick.
Blllle B. Gray; Mr. and Mrs.
Joh'i W. B. Hall; Mr. and Mrs.
John Hallo and two children;
William T. Harness; Mrs. Helen
Haskell; Mr. and Mrs. Julius F.
Hatchett; Clifton A. Hay ward;
Rugella R. Hendrlcks; Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Heymann; Mrs.
Clarice Holder; and Mrs. Pauline
I. Holmelln and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Irv-
ing and son; Andrew Johnson;
Miss Dora Klersenbalt; Miss Re-
Slna Klersenbalt; Mr. and Mu.
ohn W. Kromer and three chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank N.
Light; and Mr. and Mrs. Pay son
Loomis.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Mann
and two children; Frank H. Mas-
incup; Miss Jane N. McCabc;
Miss Annie F. McDade; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank J. McLeod and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. Philip B.
Milburn; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hen-
ry L. Miller and two children;
Mrs. Sarah F. Minor; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul R. Mohler and son;
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Nel-
son; Thomas R. Newcomer; Mis?
Sadie T. Nlcchlarlco; Mrs. Cora
H. Oliver; Caty. Clifford Peck;
Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rea; Dr.
H. M. Reeves; Mrs. Aupaste
Renz; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Ruggles and son.
Harry M. Savage; Mr. and Mrs.
Max M. Schoch and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Scott;
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Smith; George
Smith; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
A. Sosted.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thlbo-
deau and son; Mr, and Mrs. Ben-
jamin L. Thomas and three chil-
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Robert S.
Toledano and three children; Mi
and Mrs. Clifford V. Torstenson
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Peter
A. Tortorlcl and two children; Li.
and Mrs. Stewart P. Trail and
son; Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Troxill;
Chester C. Turck, Jr.; and Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Voas and
daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Waby
and daughter; Harry C. Wal-
bridge and two children; Dr. and
Mrs Leo Ward; Mr. and Mrs.
Rusc4ll A. Weade and son; Miss
Lilla E. WeLse; Sgt. Andrew D.
WlUitims; Mrs. Anne M. Will-
iams; Charles J. Williams; Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Young; and'
MS3 Til lie Young.
TERRY
CARRY ON, OLD GIRL
FRECKLES AND BIS PRIKNM
Hep Kitten
By MERRILL BL088BB
ALLEY OOP
Loot, He Said
By V T. HAM! W
Icebreaker
The French ice breaker Char-
cot arrived this morning at Rod-
man from the Antarctic en route
to France via Martinique.
Aboard. the vessel are six
French scientists, in addition lo
tht Charcot's complement of 11
officers and 50 men.
She Is due for transit Friday.
ACOBYon
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBV
Written for NEA Service
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I think I have already remind-
ed my readers of the old stock
market saying: "Sometimes the
bears win, and sometimes the
bulls win; but the hogs nevtr
win.-' The same thing is true In
bridge. Sometimes lt Is right to
be optimistic, and sometimes it Is
right to be pessimistic. However,
lt never pays lo be a pig.
In the hand shown today, South
ran afoul of this principle and
wound up nursing his wounds.
West opened the ten of heart.-,
and South greedily played low In
dummy, hoping to win three
heai i tricks. Unfortunately fvf
South, Bast happened to have ihe
king of hearts.
East won the first trick with
thai card and promptly shifted to
a low diamond. West took the ate
of diamonds and returned cne
suit, knocking out Souths only
diamond stopper.
South entered dummy wi'.h a
heardt to take the club Unease
He felt very unhappy when West
won with the king of clubs and
led another diamond. The de-
fenders thus took four diamonds,
a neart. and a club, setting lbs
contract two tricks.
South should have made hi-
contract by putting up the ace of
heartt at the first trick. The club
finesse is then taken, and nine
tricks are cold even though tht
club finesse loses. South is sure
of five clubs, .two spades and che
ace ot hearts.
If the opponents hammer away
at either red suit, they must es-
tablish South' ninth trick. If
they switch to spades (or clubs >,
South has time to set up his ninth
trick for himself.
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
A weird new Canasta Idea has
just been developed In England.
They call lt "Acaba."
At any time during a hand,
when lt is your turn to play,
you may say "Acaba" accord-
ing to this new English custom.
That ends the hand immediately.
The cards are mixed without any
counting at all, and the oppon-
ents get 15O0 points for the hand.
No more and no less. Your side
gets nothing at all.
One further wrinkle: At your
turn you may ask your partner
for permission to say "Acaba."
This operates. Just like asking
for permission to meld out.
Let me make lt clear right from
the beginning that there Is noth.
lng legal or official about this
strange English practice. How-
ever, I find it rather interesting
and I am sure Canasta play-
ers will want to try lt out once
or twice.
It has a curious effect on the
game. When you pick up a really
big discard pile, you tend to meld
out at once if you can score sub-
stantially more than 1500 points.
Otherwise the next player will
end the fun by saying "Acaba."
Suppose the pile Is born frozen
and Just stays that way for round
after round. It mounts up and
up, each player discarding care-
fully, until lt contains several
natural canastas. Finally, you
reach a point where you have to
make a dangerous discard.
This is a familiar situation, of
course, and in an ordinary game
you Just cross your fingers and
make your discard. Not so if you
are using the Acaba feature.
Maybe you should say "Acaba"
and give away 1500 points to the
enemy. If you don't the next
player may grab the pile, score
three thousand points and meld
right out.
But you feel like a prize fool If
you say "Acaba" and than dis-
cover that your discard would
have been safe.
Anyway, it's fun to try once or
twice. I don't think lt will last,
but it's an ingenious idea and
might lead to some other good
developments.
One more reminder: This idea
is not a new official rule. It's Just
a new wrinkle you might want to
experiment with if all the play-
ers at your table agree to it.
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WEDNESDAY. MAT t, 1*51
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PACK
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US Maintains More Fighting
Men Than All Western Europe
By R. B. SBACKEORD
LONDON, May 2 (UP). The
combined European members 01
the Atlantic Pact will have lewer
men under arms by midsummer
than the United States alone.
A survey shows the building up
of armed forces among the West-
era European members of the
pact has been slow.
Since General Dwlght D. Elsen-
hower came to Europe In Janu-
ary to survey the European coun-
tries, the armies of those coun-
tries have Increased by little
more than 50,000 men.
Estimates show that by mid-
summer the combined land for-
ces of the Atlantic Pact mem-
bers will be onlv a little more
than 100,000 men bigger than In
January. ,
According to these unofficial
estimates the European members
of the Atlantic Pact will have
about 1,400,000 men In their land
forces by July 1, compared with
a United States Army of 1,550,000
men at that date.
The population of Europe's At-
lantic Pact countries Is 173.2(a),-
000, compared with 151,800,000 In
the United States.
European countries generally
have taken the attitude that
there Is no point In putting men
into uniform till they have the
equipment for training.
Most military men, Including
probably Elsenhower, agree with
this.
France Is a good example of
the problem, since ultimately
France will provide the greatest
number of divisions In Europe.
When Elsenhower came to
Europe In January France had
about 65.0,000 men In her armies.
Many o mese were in Indochina
and still are.
by Apia 1 the French army
roster had risen to 670,000. By
July 1 It Is expected to number
only 700,000.
But by the end of 1953 two
and a half years hence France
expects to have 900,000 men In
Laborite Rebels Sfand Firm
With Attlee On Arms Vote
her armies, and to have 20 fully
equipped regular divisions train-
ed for combat. Much of their
equipment will oome from the
United States.
In Britain the army strength
at Jan. 1 this year was 402,800
men. By April It was 430,000, and
by July It will be about.436,000.
The new army estimates In this
year's budget provide for a
strength of 527,000 men by the
spring of 1952.
Thus the European partner In
the Atlantic Pact will never have
a combined army manpower
much more than that of the
United States army.
And when the other services-
naval and air are Included
the United States will have more
men under arms than the com-
bined European forces even dur-
ing the, 1953 peak. _
Two Lock Operator!
Will Have Friday
Retirement Party
A retirement party for N. N.
Shaw and H. c. Oroschup will be
given by the Lock Operators As-
sociation at 6:30 p.m. at the Pe-
dro Miguel Boat Club.
The retiring Canal employes
will be given watches enpraved
with their names and dates of
service.
Mr. Shaw has been employed in
the Locks Division since April
1919 and became a lock operator
two months later. He left Canal
service In 1922 and was employ-
ed in his former position In 1924.
He became junior control house
operator In November 1935 and
was promoted to lotkmaster In
April 1945.
Mr. Oroschup was employed
May 3, 1919 as a machinist. He
left Canal service In 1922 and
was reemployed as machinist at
the Locks later the same year.
He was named lock operator In
April 1923.
Stalin, Vasilevsky Review
Huge May Day Moscow Parade
LONDON, May 2, (UP) The
House of Commons, Ignoring an
oflclai hint that the Labor gov-
ernment may be unable to rearm
Britain effectively, upheld the
cabinet, 305 to 292, In an Inform-
al confidence vote last night.
The 13-vote margin, far In ex-
cess of the government's techni-
cal majority of five votes, indi-
cated that Prime Minister Clem-
ent Attlee's administration has
been upheld by the leftwlng "re-
bels'' who first brought up the re-
armament Issue.
^Anthony Eden, opening debate
on a Conservative motion ex-
pressing anxiety about the arms
program, asked the government
to admit or disprove the leftists'
charges that the program can-
not effectively be completed.
Supply minister George Straus
would say only that the govern-
ment is deermined to carry out
Its rearmament plans "if possl-
Jeep Passenger Sues
For $24,000 After
CZ Towing Accident
Summons In a $24,000 action
resulting from an unusual auto-
mobile accident last May 13 were
served this week on Morris R.
Collins and Stanford W. Camp-
bell, defendants In the action.
The plaintiff Is Norman Johnson
of Gamboa. He is represented by
attorney Norman Archer.
About 5 p.m. May 13, Johnson
states, he was riding In a Jeep
owned by Collins and frequently
used by Campbell. The Jeep stal-
led on a hill on Madden Road.
Collins left the stalled vehicle to
get a tow truck and asked John-
sori and an unnamed companion
to remain In the jeep.
A short time later Collins re-
turned driving a truck which was
then roped to the Jeep. Campbell
took the wheel of the Jeep and
Collins began to pull with the
truck.
The tow line, however, John-
ion claims, was Improperly fas-
tened and Collln's driving was
Jerky. The Jeep came loose from
the tow line and ran over an em-
bankment into a gully where it
caught fire.
Johnson was thrown out of the
Jeep and down a bank where he
was pinned under the burning
Jeep. He was burned and his right
tibia long bone in his leg
was broken.
He had been a bed patient
since the date of the accident,
Johnson says, had undergone
three operations and will prob-
ably be bedridden for another six
months.
He asks $20,000 for pain and
suffering, $4,434.60 for lost earn-
ings, $160 for doctor bills and
$100 for medical expenses.
ble"if essential civilian require-
ments can be satisfied at the
same time. The leftwlngers main-
tain that they cannot.
The crucial question Is wne-
ther Britain can get enough raw
materials to carry out Its three-
year arms program and simul-
taneously to supply civilian
need?.
Left-wing laborite leader Ane-
urln Bevan, who resigned ."rom
the cabinet last week, said that
the necessary raw materials can-
not be obtained because the Uni-
ted States has cornered most of
the available supply.
Bevan. who was Labor Minis-
ter, and Board of Trade President
Harold Wilson both quit In a con-
troversy which was touched off
by the government's decision to
charge half-price for nationaliz-
ed false teeth and spectacles. Tlie
dispute spread to Include the
whole question of Anglo-Ameri-
can unity.
Despite their outspoken criti-
cism of the government, both
Bevan and Wilson supported At-
tlee In the vote, and most left
wing Laborite "backbenchers"
followed their lead.
The most serious charges made
by the resigning ministers are
those which concern the arma-
ment program," Eden said.
"Where do we standdn respect of
taht program? \f hat are its pros-
oects? Wha tis its priority?
By HENRY SHAPIRO
MOSCOW, May 2 (UP).More
than 200 warplanes Including
flashing single and two-engined
Jets, thousands of military vehi-
cles and scores of thousands of
tiooi Joined In a gigantic May
Day parade In Moscow's Red
Sauare.
The planes were about equally
divided between bombers, with
four-englned craft predominat-
ing, and the Jetsboth bombers
and fighterswhich could be
seen for hardly more than a
second and were identifiable
more by sound than by sight.
Troops and weapons of every
branch of the armed services
surged in a pouring rain
through the cobblestoned Red
Square beiore Premier Josef
Stalin and other notables In-
cluding the ruling Politburo who
stood on top of Lenin's tomb.
Hundreds of armored vehicles,
heavy siege guns, self-propelled
guns, rocket launchers and
"land battleship" tanks roared
across the square while military
attaches of foreign embassies
looked up trying to see and
identify the Jets which flew at
near supersonic speed. The
plane display was led by Lt.
Gen. Vasslly Stalin, son of the
Premier and commandant of the
Moscow garrison air force.
Marshal Alexander Vasilevsky,
Defense Minister, was the offi-
cial reviewing officer.
In an address to the massed
trooL. in the. itat square be-*
fore the parade started. Vaslley-
ky said the Soviet armed forces
"The rearmament program has had achieved new successes in
W. D. HILL
Export Representative
BHLArlTiHE,
STIW11T ft CO. LT.
GLASGOW, CX
Prtpritun 4
"OU cdtfyli
md
"crmpttinl JT>et
AeUIVUf
will be making a goodwill tour
of the British and Netherlands
West Indies & Central America.
He will be arriving shortly by
sir. (All enquiries may be
addressed to this newsoapet
awaiting Mr. Hall's arrival).
Export Office: '
39 Jermyn St., London, S.W.I.
TtUirapk: Pttnor. London.
got ti be carried through. With-
out 11, we shall be in peril of los-
ing not only our false teeth but
freedom Itself."
Strauss indicated that the gov-
ernment has no doubt of its a-
oility to fulfill the first year pio-
gram, but he admitted that dif-
ficulties might arise later.
combat and In political prepar-
edness. He 'assured the country
that lt could relv on the armed
forces to defend Its "peaceful
pursuits." ^
Vasilevsky denounced "Im-
perialist war mongers" who. he
said, were preparing a third
World War.
Because of war preparations,
Vasilevsky said, the war mon-
gers rejected all Soviet peace
overtures, Including control of
atomic weapons.
He cited the 10-montha "un-
just" war In Korea which he
said the United States provoked
and which he asserted had
brougvt nothing good to it.
Fields, Hare Gel
Canal Promotions
John B. Fields has been named
Supervisor of Building Mainten-
ance in the Housing Division and
John W. Hare has assumed the
position of Safety Engineer for
the Community Service Bureaa.
Fields has served as Safety En-
gineer for the Community Servic-
es Bureau since the establish-
ment of that bureau In the Canal
reorganization last July. He held
the position in the Building Di-
vision for about five years before.
He first Joined the Canal or-
ganization In July 1918 and work-
ed for short periods In the Mi*
chanical, Fortifications and Ma-
rine Divisions from llb to u*0,
when he returned to the United
States. He was reemployed In tns
Building Division In 1939 and
served there as foreman and en-
gineer until his transfer to the
Community Services Bureau.
Hare was first employed as
landscape foreman at the Canal
Zone Experiment Gardens In A-
prll 1941, and,remained Hiere un-
til August 1944, at which ttme he
was transferred to the Crlstob.il
office of the then District Quar-
termaster. During this time he
handled all safet> matters for
that office. In 1949 he was trans-
ferred to the Balboa office of the
then District Quartermaster.
Since last July, until his appoint-
ment as Safety Engineer for the
Bureau, Hare served as Supervis-
or in the Grounds Maintenance
Division.
The Most
Talked About...
MADURITO'S
SJU*
Continues with many
NEW ADDITIONS
Dresses.............. 3.50
Night Gowns......... 2.45
Slips................. 2.25
Panties (no-run)....... .75
Linen Sheets......... 9.75
Linen Pillowcases...... 1.75
SPECIAL! Children's Clothes
sises 3 to 8 AT LOWEST PRICES!
NURSES UNIFORMS (slightly soiled)
REDUCED!
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s I. L. Maduro Jr.
PANAMA COLON
CASH PURCHASE.
NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES AVAILABLE.
(ioldfilled Case J
Stainless Steel Bact
Waterproof

Shockproof
17 Jewels
$54>
Some jewelry stores art so swanky that it
costs you money just to go into them. But when
you get inside you usually find that they have the
very finest things available. It is in storee like
these that JUVENIA watches are sold. If you are
from NEW ORLEANS, for example, you know that
Coleman E. Adler is THE jeweler of the Crescent
City. At Adler's you can buy the Juvenia watoh
illustrated above for $69.75and know that you
made a "good buy" because you trust their rep-
utation. So it is in Panam . .
- MERCURIO
isn't so swanky that we charge you for breathing
our air-conditioned ozone but we are good enough
to be the exclusive representatives for Juvenia and
are ready to give you the same high quality serv-
ice that you would get at Adler's or any similar
fine store. And at MERCURIO the eame watch
that sells in New Orleans for $69.75 costs you
only $54.00. There is no finer watch movement
than Juvenia. STYLING ACCURACY DEPEND-
ABILITY since 1860.
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141 Central Avenue
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Favors For Kaiser
Charged In Demand
For RFC Probe
WASHINGTON, May 2. (UP)
A business organization wants
the Reconstruction Finance Cor-
poration to be abolished and a
former federal official wants it
Investigated for alleged favorit-
ism toward an auto manufactur-
er.
James Fly, who once headed
the Federal Communications
Commission, urged Congress to
look Into what he called the "ex-
traordinary" and "preferential"
treatment which the RFC gave
Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser. He
said he Isn't accusing the RFC of
having dealt illegally with Kai-
ser.
But he added: "the presently
known facts are so striking In
nature as to Invite Inquiry." Fly
said taht Kaiser's total debt to
the RFC was more than 140-mil-
llon dollars In November. 1949
which he said was more than 32
per cent of all RFC loans.
The National Association of
Manufacturers has come out for
the abolition of the RFC on
grounds that it has become an
"uncontrolled machine for Infla-
tion."
Chairman Roger Gay Of the
NAMs policy committee told the
Senate Banking committee that
there Is no longer any need for
the lending agency and that
"Its continuation is actively a-
galnst the public Interest."
Presidential Aide Donald Dam-
son has told Senate RFC Investi-
gators he will be glad to testify
before them May 10. Dawson's
name has come up frequently
during the Investigation of rhe
big government lending agency.
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Michael McOee has completed a
50.000-word document but there
wasn't any hurry about meeting
a press deadline. McOee is an In-
mate of Utah State prison, serv-
ing one to 10 years for attempt-
ed second degree burglary. His
manuscript Is a history of the
prison from the tln^e was
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WEDNESDAY. MAY t,
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fcards Take Sole Possession Of 1st Place In NL
MiisiaL Bilko Homer For
Redbirds Winning Margin

By United Press
NEW YORK, May 2 Stan Muiial, with tht cooper-
ation of rookies Tom Poholsky and Steve Bilko, enabled
rfie Cardinals to take first place in the National League
ail alone when they trimmed the Braves 5 2 at Braves
rjield last night.
Poholsky held the Braves to
six scattered hits and walked
only two batters in scoring his
sfccond victory.
! Bilko and Muslal each homer-'
ed to provide the bulk o o-
Huge Derby Wreckage Proves Horses
Are Asked For Too Much Too Early
By HARRY GRAYSON
.NEA Sport Editor
League homer Yogi Berra alao
hit a Yankee homer to give
Vic Raschl the batting sup-
port he needed to seore his third
victory.
Cuban Orestes Mloso, playing
Xfcusive support. his first game for the White Sox
. The Giants, who had lost ele- I after being traded from the In-
tfven In a row. made It two | dlans, homered his first time at
straight victoria when Alvln! bat but lost lustre later when he
Dark hit his first Major League' committed a two-run error on a
; ground ball.
Bob Feller, bent on having a
great season, scored his third
straight victory for the Indian
topping the Red Sox 7-1 at Cleve-
land and spoiling the homecom-
ing'of his ex-boss Lou Boudreau
Sand slam homer and gave Jim
earn a 5-2 victory over the Cubs
lh a Polo Grounds night game.
Umpire Dascoli, angered over
tai tint from the bench, order-
ed eleven Cubs to retire to the
club house in* the fourth ha-
iling. Rookie Harry Simpson and Larry
Ralph Klner, also off to a slow: Doby paced the Indians with
start, got his third homer of the two-hits apiece. Doby driving in
jiear to start the Pirates off to | three runs.
a 15-hit 6-2 victory over the
Dodgers at Ebbets Field.
Cliff Chambers, wild at times, i
made the 2-0 Klner provided for'
him In the first inning stand up i
for his second victory. Seven of
the Pirates' hits were two-bag-
gers.
' Alter pitching, shut out ball
or. seven Innings, Robin Roberts -------.. -.... -..- ~.
weakened in the eighth and tPhilley, who came over from the
Tht Athletic* emerged, e
IilosiveW from their ten-game
oalng streak at Detroit, put-
ting over eight runs In the
eleventh Inning to defeat the
Tigers S-l.
Plnch-hltter Lou Llmmer start-
ed the big run production with
a three-run double and Dave
weakened in the eighth and tPhilley, who came over from the
lelded five tallies but quelled [White Sox in a big three-way
le uprising to gain a 8-5 victory American trade, wound It up
ir the Phillies over the Reds at I with a two-run triple. Hank
hiladelphla. Wyse, who pitched three acore-
' less relief innings, won his first
AMERICAN LEAGUE
i Joe DlMaggio had to leave the
club because of a sore neck but
bis heir apparent, Mickey Man-
tle, blasted a 440-foot homer and
oing opportunists in scoring an
-S victory over the White Sox
t Chicago.
[ Mantle's homer was one of
Ithe longest ever hit in Co-
!ml*key Park history and went
into the light eentor field
stands. It was his first Big
game of the season.
The Browns blew iM lead
at St. Louis and f InaUy lost a
13-inning struggle to the Sen-
ators 8-8 when Mickey Ver-
non homered for the winning
margin. Mickey Harris pitched
aix scoreless relief innings, al-
lowing just one hit.
The victory enabled the Sen-
ators to remain In a first place
tie with the Indians. The Browns'
Ray Coleman and Jim Delslng
homered.

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NEW YORK, May 2 (NEA1.
An-jther Kentucky Derby, and
once more you hear the old-
timers say May 5 Is much loo
early to send a three-year-old a
mlle-and-a-quarter.
The huge pile of wreckage
gives them a strong argument.
unless he la raced during me
winter, a colt necessarily has lo
be rushed.
And if he runs at a winter
track, he is almost certain to tall
off before the big summer season
la too far along.
Citation, Whirlaway and A'sab
were exceptions proving the i ule,
and they stuck like Mickey Man-
tle.
The Preakness, two weeks ar-
ter i\ie Derby, Is at a mlle-and-
three-sixteenths.
The Withers Mile at Belmont
Park. May 26, originally wa; a
tightener for the Belmont Stakes
at a mile-and-a-half, the true
Derby distance, June 15.
The English Derby coincides
with the Belmont stakes, so long
ago racing men agreed that mid-
June was the time to ask a three-
year-old for his maximum effort.
Then the sturdier fellows would
go on to the Lawrence Realiza-
tion In late September.
Stressing the Derby toll Is the
fact that there have been only
eight Triple Crown winners in 32
year.s Sir Barton, Gallant Fox,
Omaha, War Admiral, Whirlaway
Count Fleet, Assault and Citation.
A frightful number of bright
prospects have broken down in
their trainers' effort* to get them
to the julep journey so quickly
and In unfavorable weather.
I remember Pete Coyne com-
plaining about having to hurry
Chance Sun, the Belmont Futur-
ity winner of '34. The son of
Chance Shot didn't make it, nor
go anywhere else.
I recall old Alex Gordon moan-
ing about having to hustle nis
favorite Coldstream, named after
the famous Stud of that name in
'36. Coldstream struggled in
fourth behind the memorable
duel between Bold Venture and
Brevity, went no farther. The
Shandon Farm's Burning Blaze,
a pippin, was knocked out as his
handler attempted to take a short
cut to the Run for the Roses in
38 There is a long list of these.
Behave Yourself, Oallahad'.on
and Jet Pilot, the front runner,
accomplished nothing worth-
while after bouncing down Jn
front at Churcrdll Downs. Mor-
vlch never won again. Black Ooid
went wrong that season, and the
story-book horse set the style for
winter horses In Louisville. Flying
Ebony and Lawrin retired at the
end of the season. The Derby
was Bubbling Over's last race.
Clyde Van Dusen broke down af-
ter the Derby.
Burgoo King and Bold Venture
broke down af/r the Preakneas
Broker's Tip broke down In the
Preakness. A bad leg sent Hoop
Jr. to the farm after the Preak
rsarionai u Jag je
Teams \\ i. ret.
St. Louis.....7 3 .700
Boston.....io 6 .625
Brooklyn.....8 .571
PmlauelphU ... 11 571
Pittsburgh .... 6 5 .545
Chicago.....S 6 .400
Cincinnati .... 4 b .jjj
New York .... 4 12 .230
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at. New York.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston.
Cincinnati at rnuadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 201 210 0006 15 0
Brooklyn uu2 uou uuu u 3
Chambers (2-21 and McCuilough.
Pallca (0-1), King. Lablne, Bran-
ca and carppane
American League
Teams
Cleveland .
Washington
New York ,
Boston ,
Chicago . .
Detroit ,
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
8
8
S
7
e
3
4
2
L Pet.
3 .727
3 .727
4 .802
5 .583
5 .546
6 .333
1 .308
2 .143
g. Li
ilia.
ness. The treme n d 0 u s 1 y fast
Johnstown started whistling dur-
ing the running of the Arlington
Classic. Count Fleet twisted his
ankle during the running of the
Belmont Stakes, had to be re-
tired.
JP2 entucky Derby Is a glam-
our gallop, but a costly grind.
Along The Fairways
Sunday the Summit Hills Golf
Club will play host to all golf-
ing gals on the Isthmus when the
gals will be paired with male
members of the host club in an
18 hole mixed two-ball Scoutch
Foursome. All golfers will tee-off
on each hole and, after selecting
the drive they desire to play
the partners will play alternate'
shots until that hole is complet-
Prizes are to be awarded to the
teams winning first and second
low net, first and second low
groas the highest team gross
score to finish out and the high-
est team net score to finish. Low
net will be determined on the
basis of the actual team's seore
minus one half the combined
(Night Game!
St, Louis 5, Boston 2.
(Night Game)
New Yorx a, Chicago 3.
(NlghtGame)
Phlladelpnia 6, Cincinnati 5.
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Sand Cruz Sports
By GILBERTO THORNE
The "Montlcello Softball trophy
presentation attracted most of
Gamboas aportfans. To tne mu-
sic of Joseph's Centro Isthmian
band and that of the Slboney
Com00, Panama Radio, first place
teata of the league, played an
Ah Star selection to a 6-0 dead-
lock.
Tne presence of a sprinkling
of "pros" from the Panama ana
Canal Zone Bseball leagues add-
ed to the elegance of the pro-
gram Conrado Gill (Monte-
zuma) was on the "mlka"; Wll-
berto Holaer (Cervecera Nacio-
nal 1, Earl Holder and Bertie Wil-
liams tMontezuma) participated
m the game.
In the third Inning of the
game, Wllberto Holder blasted
4-run homer for the All-Stars to
build up a 4-run lead over the
Radio Cluo. Miher and Joseph
Stretched that to 6 as they scor-
ed on a series of hits and mis-
plays In tne following inning.
Radio exploaea In tne last in-
ning or tne game with Holder
ana Williams leaning tne aiiac*
holder, E., witn a slashing single
to leu ana Wilnams witn a
towering 3-run homer to the
right field fence.
After tne game, James Holder
Sr. prouaiy presenten the Mon-
feceuo trophy to his son, Earl'
manager 01 the Panama Radio
corpoiation club.
'ineopniiua 11-eierkln received
the oatung champ trophy (.438
and aa Harris tlui got me tro-
phy ior nntmg tne most nome-
runs.
inaividual trophies were then
presentta tne memoers 01 me 1st
ana ma place teams. Umpires,
scorers ana compilers receiveu
gilts from the cmo and Wilberto
Holder received a medal for hit-
ting tne lirst homer of the all-
star game. The medal was do-
nated by tne Lucky "7" Sporting
Club Just revived.
To end the day, all attended
an open-air dance beneath the
scnool.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Washington at 8t. Louis (N.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
New York 020 212 0108 9 1
Chicago 200 010 0003 9 1
Raschl (3-D, Ferrick and Be-
rra, Silvers.
Phlla. 000 000 010 0* 9 10 1
Detroit 000 001/ 001 001 8 1
Schelb, Wyse (1-1) and Tipton.
Trout (0-2), Bearden and Olns-
berg.
(Night Game, 13 innings)
Washington
000 003 320 000 19 14 3
St. Louis
041 021 000'000 08 12 1
Haynes, Ross (2), Moreno (61,
Harris (1-D (8) and Orasso.
Kennedy, Schacht (6), Johnson
(81, Fannln (0-2) (12) and Loilar.
(Night Gams)
Cleveland 7, Boston 1.
Fanfare Scores
Impressive Win
In Derby Trial
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 2 (UP)
Fanfare, a horse which old
trainer Ben Jones figured w#s
too small to run with first class
competition, won the Derby Trial
going awav like a champion yes-
terday and put Calumet Farm
into the forefront of Saturday's
Kentucky Derby picture.
The chesnut son of Pensive-
Easy Lass was well placed in the
middle of the pack most of the
way. Turning for home Fanfare
shot past the leaders and drew
away from his 13 opponents In
the stretch run. The time was
an excellent 1:36 3/6 for the mile
run.
King clover finished second
and Bern wood .third, but Bern-
wood moved up to second when
King Clover was disqualified for
rorclng Bernwood onto the in-
?' rail. King Clover was placed
third.
tTi?*. y,ctor3L wa worth $13,875
Calumet Farm. Fanfare paid
$7.60, $4.80 and $4.20.
Louis, Agramonte Meet
In Return Bout Tonight

DETROIT, May 2 (UP),Joe
Louis today said that he was in
perfect physical condition for his
ten round bout with Cuba
Omello Agramonte tonight In
this city.
Joe hopes that this bout wl'l
serve him as a tune-up for a title
battle with Heavyweight Cnam-
Elon Ezzard Charles In Sept.
ouis says that Charles will be
forced to accept a bout with him
now that he (Louis) has agreed
to take the challenger's usual'20
per cent of the gate.
"If Charles doesn't want ti
come to terms, the public will
force him to," said Joe. Lou's brgt
tried to get an even 30-30 split
of the gate on the grounds that
he was more of an attraction
than Charles but the latter held
out for the-champion's share and
a bout couldn't be arranged.
Agramonte doesn't seem to be
a serious threat to Louis' plans.
Besides a hard right, the Cuban
does not possess enough all-
1
around ability to upset Jot. How-
ever, Louis repeated an earlier
statement to the effect that he
will definitely hang up his gloves
if he makes a poor showing.
The first time Louis met Agra-
: monte Feb. 7 In Miami the
! former champion easily deetaion-
I ed the Cuban but was dis-
appointed because he thought he
could win by a knockout before
the fight. Now he will try for a
knockout again, mostly to re-
gain lost prestige.
1
Louis expects to weigh 210
while Agramonte will come at
about 192 pounds or five more
than in their previous meeting.
SEMINLES BREAK ICE ]
TALLAHASSEE, (NEA) Flor-
ida State University's gymnastic
squad is the first college team
from the state ever to win a na-
M0r.1l championship in any sport.
LaBeach Sets World
Record For 130 Yds.
MELBOURNE, May 2 (UP)
Panamanian Lleyd LaBeach
today was officiaUy credited ky
the Victorian Athletic League
with establishing a werld rec-
ord of 11.96 seconds for the 131
yards, registered in the finals
of the Bendigo Centenary
Thousand for professionals
March 12.
Ho finished fonrth but gave
the winner eight-and-three-
quarter yards. The previous
record of 12 seconds was ex-
tablished by Australian Jack
Donaldson In 1911.
Persons interested may get
forms of application for partici-
pation In the May 30 Track and
Field Meet at La Boca from Jose
French.
Ki Ming Is Winner
Of 2,000 Guineas
NEWMARKET, May 2 (UP).
Ki Ming, ridden by Australian
Jockey Athol Breasley, won the
first classic of the season the
2.000 Guineas over the Rowley
Mile of the Newmarket course
today.
Tlie three-year-old brown colt,
owned by Chinese restaurant
owner Ley On, beat sir Victor
Bassoon's bay colt Stokes, ridden
by O. Younger, by one-and-one-
half lengths with Malkas Boy.
owned by H. E. Elvln and steered
by Billy Cook, third a short head
away.
The betting was 100 to 8, 33 to
1 and 40 to 1. Dam bar was a 9
to 2 favorite In a field of 27.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY ?. 1H1
_ PANAMA AMUIOAN AM MPP1WNT OAJH NtWgfAPIE

man fivi
pacific J^ociety
W~ JC*tk YltUuJ
&, 96, &L. JLftu SU 2-l33
MIS8 ELLEN JOAN WALKER
MR. AND MRS. WALKER ANNOUNCE BETROTHAL
OTTHR DAUGHTER, ELLEN JOAN, TO HUGH SMITH
Mr. and Mn. Jack E. Walker announce th""n;en0
and retthcomlnr marrlaie of their daachter, EUen Joan to
Hagh Smith, son of Mr. and Mn. Thomaa F. Smith of Bal-
fc0*The bride-elect will be iradaated from Balboa High
School with the Clat. of 1951. Her fiance, **.?'
Balboa High School, U now an apprentice in the Electrical
D,TThe' wedding wUl be aolemntaed WedneedaT afternoon,
Mar the thirtieth, at four o'clock at the Cathedral of St.
Luke In Ancon. Weddin* Invitation are not being Issued
and all friend of the couple are Invited.
i
World Wondtr
the group for the club year, a
chairman for next year will be
chosen.
Nurse' Aseeetatlen
Meet* Tonight
All registered nurses are lnvlt-
ed to attend the meeting ot the
Isthmian Nurses' Asoclatlon to be
held tonight at 7:30 In the audi-
torium of the Jewish Welia.-a
Board Armed Forces Service Cen-
ter. Dr. Fred H. Howard will |lrt
a talk on poliomyelitis.
Visiten in Boauete
Recent visitors from Panama
at the Hotel Panamonte In Bo-
quete Include: Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
H.I. Homa, Ernest Kohn, Aqui-
lino Vallarlno, R. Novey, Dr.
Robert Sandoval and daughter
and Dr. H. Gomes.
Altar Society Breakfaat
The Rosary Altar Society of St.
Mary's Church will hold it An-
nual Communion Breakfast at
the Hotel Tlvoll following the 8
a.m. mass on Sunday. Members
should make reservations for the
breakfast with Mrs. Loula Krl-
dle, Mrs. Joseph Fredette or Mis
Mary Magulre by Friday evening.
Reception of new members Into
the society will be held In St. Ma-
ry's Church at 4:30 p.m. Sunday-
Grotto Meeting Tonight
Hamadan Orotto will meet to-
night at 7:30 at the Pedro Miguel
Lodge Hall. -
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Dr. and Mrs. Irvln
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Irvln
were the guests of honor at a
dinner given last.evening by Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Bushong at their
qututers at Corozal. After a resi-
dence of many years here Dr.
and Mrs. Irvln are leaving the
Isthmus soon to live In North Ca-
rolina .
Davis-Jones Wedding
Friday Evening
Friday evening at six oclocx
Mrs Janice Campbell Jones,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E.
Campbell of Balboa, will be mar-
ried to Malcolm Davl, son of
Charles Davis and the late Mrs.
Davis of Ranger, Georgia. The
wedding will take place at the Ft.
Amador Chapel and will be fol-
lowed by a reception at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, 761-A
Barneby Street. No cards have
been Issued and all friends of the
young couple are invited to the
wedding and the reception.
Attend Luncheon
at Hotel Tivoli
Present at the Pedro Miguel
Women's Club annual lunohtOO
held Sunday at the Hotel Tlvoll
were: Mrs. T. J. Ebdon, Jr.. re-
tiring president, Mrs. Russell
Meissner, the new president, Mrs.
J. A. Dombrowsky, vice-president,
Mrs. J. F. Paterson, treasurer,
Mr3. Eula J. Ewlng, secretary,
Mrs. Richard Abel, Mrs. Adrian
Bouche, Mrs. Minnie Wlggen and
Mrs. Louis Dedeaux, members of
the board of directors and th
Mesdames B. B. Powell, N. N.
Shaw. H. J. Million, E. Schnake,
Mary Boland, Truman Hoenk,
Robert Fitch. Thomas McGuln-
ness, Forrest Young, J. H. Jones,
Henry Falk. William O. Hull,
Nell Kosker and Lillian Rawson.
Nurses Gronp
Meets Tonight
The Isthmian Nuries Associa-
tion will hold a meeting tonight
In the auditorium of the JWB
center In Balboa.
The meeting has been called
for 7:30.
10 Winglike part
11 They were
20 Fattened
21 End
24 Morning,
prayer
42 Anent
41 Shield
44 Greek island
.45 Whirl
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t form)
.SSToward^ ,
*89 Apud with malt
uSTount "UKaViombsi
lINot (preflx) US----- "F-rrf 49 AccomplUhed
20King Arthur''*fRg)rpt lSfT'
home 12 Spread out * /"**"
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23 Volume 17 Negative reply 37 Known fact,
28 Spaniah river
27 Navigated
21 Cheerful
29 Tellurium)
(symbol) '
50 Month (ab.)
51 Preposition
32 Pronoun
SSOaip
38 Salamander
38 Gaelic
89 Employer
40 Type measure
41 Attire
47 Lutecium (ab.),
48 Boy
30 They arc in
91 Nigerian river
91 Redact >
34 Copie J
51 Pedestal part'
57 Mustard
piaster
VEtTICAL
1 Braid
.2 Color
STHMIAN DATA
MARRIAGE LICENSES
RUSSO, Felix Louis, 28, of
New York City, to ANDRES. Ju-
lieta, 17, of San Jose, Costa Ri-
ca.
POMERLEAU, Clifford George,
40. of Bogota, Colombia, to DE
BOER, Marie Chrysma, 23, of
Bellevue, Wash.
BAIN, Clyde, 21, of Balboa,
formerly of Queens, N. Y., to
CURLES, Edna Mae. 18, of Bal-
boa, formerly of Norfolk, Va.
BIRTHS
SMITH, MV8gt. and Mrs. John
Laurance, of Fort Kobbe, twin
sons, Jack Laurance and James
Henry. April 23, Clayton Hos-
pital.
NAHAJLO, Cpl. and Mrs. John
B., of Fort Kobbe, son, John
Robert, April 24, Clayton Hospi-
tal.
ALGARIN, Sgt. and Mrs. Nl-
comedes, of Fort Clayton,
daughter, Luz DeUa, AprU 24,
Clayton Hospital.
MUROZ, Mr. and Mrs. Juan,
of Oatun, son, April 28, Colon
Hospital. .
NEWTON, Mr. and Mrs, V. L..
of Rio Abajo, daughter, April
30, Gorgas Hospital.
SHERWOOD, Sgt. and Mrs. S.
L., of Balboa, daughter, April
30, Gorgas Hospital.
GLAD IT WASN'T TRUE
SHEBOYGAN, Wls., (UP).NO
one was more surprised than Mrs.
Helmuth Bunge to read that she
had been injured In an accident.
The mystery was cleared up
when It was discovered that a
police card file on an accident
she had been Involved in two
years ago had become mixed In
the current file.
TOE BALLET TAP
DANCE FOR POISE, PLEASURE
AND GRACE, LEARN TO DANCE
with Dorothy Chase 'j
Registrations still open for Little Tots,
3 to 5. Also special classes for Begin-
ner and Intermediate students, age
6 and up. ,
Classes will be taught all Summer at
the American Legion Hall, Balboa. For
^11 Information call 2-1751.

guests Mrs. Joseph Kosher of
Baltimore, Maryland, Mrs. Will-
lam G. Hull, Mrs. Ethlyn Wood
and Mrs. Eula J. Ewlng.
Mrs. Stephens Return
From the United State
Mrs. N. Z. Stephens of Curundu
Heights returned by airplane Sa-
turday from a vacation trip to
Oklahoma and Texas.
She was accompanied by Mr.
Stephens' mother, Mrs. Alli$
Stephens of Idabel, Oklahoma,
who will make her home with
them at Curundu Heights.
Bridie Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Dlabio
Heights clubhouse were: 1st, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Getman; 2nd,
Tom Orr and Robert Torres; 3rd,
Colonel and Mrs. Frank A. Pet-
tit; 4th, Charles Peterson and
Eddie Brown; and a tie for lii
and 8th places Between Major
and Mrs. M. W- Davis, and Mr3.
L. D. Boney and Mrs. John E.
Davis.
Mrs. Howard Hostess
at Luncheon
Mrs,. H V. Howard entertained
at luncheon Monday at her resi-
dence in Balboa, having as her
Bingo Games Tomorrow
at Pedro Miguel
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
announces Bingo games to be
plaved tomorrow, starting at
7:30 p.m. All Interested are in-
vited to play.
Tea Thursday
at Golf Club
The Panama Golf Club will
have weekly teas for wives of Its
mebers on Thursday afternoon",
starting this week.
Puerto Rican Unit
Wins National Guard
Eisenhower Trophy
WASHINGTON, May 2. The
Eisenhower Trophy for outstand-
ing performance during 1950 has
been awarded to Company K,
295th Infantry Regiment, Puer-
to Rico National Guard, It wa
announced today.
Company K is located at Ceiba,
Puerto Rico.
The trophy, which Is named
after General of the Army
Dwlght D. Elsenhower, Is award-
ed each year to the outstanding
company size National Guard
Army unit In each State and Ter-
ritory and the District of Colum-
bia. STJU, j _
Storytelling Time
For Children Starts
Paraso Saturday
The first of a series of regular
tory hour for children at Pa-
raso will be held starting at
10:00 a.m. Saturday at the
Branch Library in the Paraso
Clubhouse.
The series will be sponsored by
the Paraso Branch Library un-
der the direction of Misa Vera
Trottman. Branch Librarian.
Volunteers from the La Boca
High School and Junior College
win tell the stories each Satur-
day morning.
At the first Saturday morning
story session, Miss Sybill Henry,
a senior at La Boca High School,
will tell stories from Aesop's
Fables and another about May
Day.
Volunteers for the following
Book Review Group Meeting
Tomorrow
Mrs. J. E. Schrlftglesser, chair-
man of the Canal Zone College
Club's Book Review Group, will
be nostess to tlie group tomorrow
at 4 p.m. at her residence, 1526-B,
Tavcrnllla Street, Balboa. Mrs. J
Y. Smith will give suggestions lor
plea; ant reading during vacation
months. At this last meeting of
THE PANAM GOLF CLUB ,
ANNOUNCES
That a Tea Party preceded by Card Games will be of-
fered to all Wives of members, every Thursday from 2
p.m. on, starting on Thursday, May 3rd. 1951.
i
THIS (H/}/yS
mos
FOicVOlf
SAlt
Colombia's UN Troops
Gt Gifts From Firms
Prominent commercial firms of
Colombia are contributing arti-
cles of their own manufacture
for the use of the Colombia Bat-
talion, destined to fight in Ko-
rea with UN forces, according to
information received here by the
U. S. Army Caribbean.
'Typical of the voluntary pa-
triotic gifts are $1,000 worth of
gloves, socks and underwear,
presented by a Medellln fabric
concern and 10O pairs of rubber
and canvas shoes given a ma-
nufacturer of rubber good In
Bogota. _________,
Saturday morning tory hours
will be Miss Una Prendergast, a
first year student at the La Bo-
ca Junior College, Miss Hya-
chlnth Walter, a senior at La po-
ca High School, and Miss Dolores
Johnson, a Junior at the high
school.
NEWZfALANDPROPUCT
Jo the Holders of
SCHLUMBERGER OVERSEAS, S. A.
Serial Bonds Second Serie
payable on or before
August 1, 1957
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that pursuant to th
provisions of the Serial Bond* Second Serie of
SCHLUMBERGER OVERSEAS, 8. A., payable on or be-
fore Atlguet 1, 1957, th following numbered Bonds
havo boon drawn by lot and will bo rodoemed on Auguat
1,1951:
Nos. 2MX 15 sol 2MX 26, each of
the principal amount of $10,000.
On August 1, 1951 aid bonds will become duo
and payable at the principal amount thereof, together
with accrued interest to Auguat 1, 1951, upon plan-
tation and ourrender thereof at the office of the Com-
pany, 33 Central Avenue, Panam City, Republic of
Panama. From and after Auguat 1, 1951 Intereet on
aid bond will cease to accrue.
SCHLUMBEROER OVERSEAS, S. A.
By A. J. Stoll, Treasurer.
Don't miss this opportunity
and visit
GATE NO'S
104 Central Avenue, Panam
FINE MATERIALS
LINGERIE
DRESSES
and many thousands of articles at the
lowest prices ever offered!
A Few
of the finest office locations in Panama
are still available.
(Unfurnished)
Cool
Maid Service
Private Bath
Ideally Suited For
CQoc/o/s
Jjiplomals
O lawyers
CBroi.n
O Sale' .Agencia
24-Hr. Telephone Answering
and Meseage Service.
Comfortable
Ample Parking
Faciiitiea
Mod
0?
flrlflrtjtf
Inquire Assdataat Manager
PkMe 3-1M1
,.. yaw eii.cevereei th new, iov
proved Modcu! Md especially lo
give you comfort In action.
So luxury-sonthai I out of 10
women in a rece lest reponed m
chafing with Modest!
SO siunntly ufei th i is triple
shield for.extra.lonf-lasting pro-
lection.'
Such' freedomsuch comfort-
that you'll nvr again be ulisned
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MODESS

% FELIX
Tomorrow Thursday has n the ANNEX
and MAIN STORE too....
DRESSES From 2-50
EVENING DRESSES, From 5<>
BRASSIERES From ]oo
GIRLS DRESSES, From 150
BABY BLANKETS From ]so
PERFUMES. *LINGERIE
Slothed Price on all Merchandite!>.'.'.
All Our Sale Merchtiidite CASH Sony, No AllertUoos. N Approval.
FELIX B MADURO, S.A.
Main Store only 21 Central Avenue


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PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Automobile*
LUX
VENETIAN .
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th 8t.
|FOR QUICK SALE: 1949, 4-door
Nosh 600 Sedon, excellent condi-
tion. First reasonable offer buys.
Coll 83-2294 or see ot 538-B
Curundu Heights. Can finance.
MISCELLANEOUS
There are no better
Spray Painting Outfits
or Air Compressors
than
CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD
but
there are many that
cost a lot more.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALI: 1941 Kaiser. 4-door
Sedon. color fray, radio, good
tires. This car is a steal. Only
$265 down payment. COLPAN
MOTORS INC., your FORD, MER-
CURY, LINCOLN d..I... On Airta-
mc.il. Raw.
FOR SALE:1942 Olds. Sedon ond
1940 or 41 Buick. rodio, moke me
on offer. See at 827-B, Empire St.
Balboa or call 85-2257, days.
D* you hav. a drinking problem?
Writ* Alcoholic! Anonymous
ox 2031 Anean. C. Z.
TO EXCHANGE:9 ft. 60 cycle Fri-
gidoire or unit for o 25 Cycle.
84-A, 5th. St. New Cristobal.
FOR RENT
Houses
_ rfESDAT, MAT I, 1951
FOR SALE
' Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High class oil points
ond enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon: Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALI:1948 D.Sofo. 4-door
Sedan, colar dark blue, all new
tiret, eicellent condition. Only
$365 dawn payment. COLPAN
MOTORS INC., your FORD, MER-
CURY, LINCOLN dealer. On Auto-
mobile R*w,
FOR SALE:Lincoln convertible, in
excellent shape. Call 4-339, 4:30-
6:30 p. m.
NOTICE
SHOP-SHOWROOM Is REOPENING
at our new address: No. 77 Jo Fko
f*. *i OM* "Automobile Row) New
telephone P.n.mi 3-1628.
A. Herd.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronized
LENSES fc ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Far tor Prices.
Porras
Piaaa 5 de Majo
Panam. R. P.
Legal Notice
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
DliY.Un .1 Bilbo.
Jack F. Roberta.
plaintiff.
v.
Delphi. <;. Roberts,
defendant.
SUMMONS
Cue No. J340.
CItII Docket 17
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
3p the bove-n.med defendant;
. 0^" * herebr required to appear
and anawer the complaint filed in the
abpva-eniltled action within ninety days
after the firat publication.
-In r.ee of your failure to ao appear
a*d anawer. judgment will be taken
atainit you by default for the relief
-demanded in the complaint
WITNESS the Honorable Joaeph J
Hancock. Judce. United States Dietrlct
Court for the Diitrlct of the Canal
Ion, thia 19th of April. ItSI.
r T. McCormkk, Jr.
Clerk
.lleal)
By Sara da la Pen.
C*lef Deputy (Jerk.
To Delphlne U. Kuberta.
The forerolnc aummona la areved opon
ou by publication pursuant to the order
af the Honorable Joaeph J Hancock.
Judge. United Sutra Diatrict Court for
th. Diatrict of the Canal Zone, dated
April IK. IS1. and entered and filed la
tnla action In the office of the Clerk
f aald United State. District Court for
the Division of Balboa, on April IS.
11 1.
C. T. McCormkk. Jr.
Clerk
By Sir. da la Pen.
Chief Deputy Clerk.
FOR SALE:1949 "88" Oldsmobile
4 door sedon. Excellent condition,
hos hydromatic drive, rodio under
seol, vita meter, seat covers, elec-
tric fan ond clock, new 6 p(y
tires, free insurance. Coll Thomas
Marine ot 2-6436 or 2-6432
until 4 p. m.
FOR SALE:German piano in per-
fect condition. Coll 2-2442 or see
at house 1452. Apt. C, Las Cru-
ces St. Balboa. Between 4 p. m.
and 6 p. m.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet.3 bed-
rooms, spacious yord, ot Lo Ca-
rrasquilla. $125.00. Tel. 3-2145.
Miguel Hive.'
FOR RENTHouse in San Francisco,
suitoble for large family. Phone
'Julio Quijono" 2-2718. 8th St.
No. 15.
RESORTS
RETIRED p.eple. Will rent or sell
home or lot in SANTA CLARA or
CIRRO CAMPANA. Very cheap
Phone SHRAPNIl, IfclbSa 2120.'
Phillips. Beach cottoges, Santo Clara
Box number 43S. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Slates Standards
Up For Diplomas
On Army GED Tests
Obtaining High Schol Diplo-
mas by Armed Forces General Jftl-
ucatlon Development Tests E.D.) alone, Is becoming Increas-
ingly more difficult according to
J. Richard Clark, Education Ad-
visor at the Fort Clayton, Educa-
tlo nCenter.
The majority of high schools in
the United states \are acting on
the recommendation of the Ame-
rican Council on Education to
raise the present standards tor
obtaining a high school diploma
through the Army Education
Program.
The new standards affect par-
ticularly the personnel In the
Armed Forces who enlisted after
Dec. 31, 1944 and are in a non-
veteran status.
Rome Has New Whim:
Some Traffic Rules ,
By Norman J. Montellier
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE:.Radio amateur trans-
mitter, 100 watt. $250.00. 32nd
Street. No. 31.
FOR SALE: One Frigidaire used,
needs slight repair, but is work-
ing now, $40.00. Also used Ford
V-8 parts up to 1937, engine
transmission, etc. Call Bolboo 92-
31 15,. onytime.
OR RENT.'ALHAMBRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
shed apartment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th St.. New Cristobal.
Phonec 1386, Coln.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished rot-
tages, between Sent Clora ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3 42 Ponorro
or see coretaker.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
opertment with all modern con-
, veniences. Also coay furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR SALI:1949 Mercury. 4-d**r
Sedan, color ton, seat covert, re--
alia, oed tire*. $496 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD. MERCURY, LINCOLN
feeler. On automobile raw.
FOR SALE:Lote 1948 Jeep Station
Wagon, duty paid, one owner, car
has been token excellent care. A-
1 condition throughout, overdrive,
good gas mileage. Coll 3-1571.
House 147-B, 8th St. New Cris-
tobal.
FOR SALE: Electric Light Plont,
"Budo" 12.5 KW 60 Cyl
220-440 volts almost new.
Con be seen at "Morris" property
Santa Clara or telephone Balboa
2-2914. Write Box 362 Balboa.
The Panama Canol offers for sale
under sealed bids, to be opened
10:30 A. M., May 15. 1951. Mo-
tor Vehicle Parts for Chevrolet
passenger cars ond trucks and In-
ternational trucks located at Sec-
tion K, Balboa Storehouse ond
Cristobal Storehouse. Bid forms
may be obtained from t^ie above
sources or from the office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Bol-
boo, telephone 2-2777.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters May
4 to August 13. House 8213-B,
6th. St. Margarita. Phone 3-2475.
FOR RENT:In Vista, del Mar. small
oportment. Cool, quiet and nice
view. Phone 3-0276.
Casino Sonto Cloro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RISIRVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! Enfoy brocng
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4X50.
Williams Santa Clora Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms.. electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, eoch with
both, living-diningroom, servant
quarters, hot woter installation,
good location. Bella Vista 44th St,
No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Modern spacious very
cool oportment. 2 porches, living-
diningroom, 2 bedrooms, hot woter,
both-tub. All screened Moid's
room. Privte garage, gorden and
patio in Bella Vista. Phone 3-
1796.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
sedon, low mileage, new cor con-
dition. Phone 3-1648 Cristobol.
FOR SALI:1949 Nash "600," 2-
***r Safan, caler frtxn, new tires
ond teat covert, A-1 condition
$430 dawn payment. COLPAN
MOTORS INC.. you, FORD. MER-
CURY. LINCOLN dealer. On Ante-
mobile Row.
FOR SALE:One girl's bicycle, new
paint spray compressor (hoses
ond gun) 183-A, Gotun, 5-476.
FOR SALEOr trade for car of equi-
.volent value, mahogany bedroom
bedroom suite, 6 piece, Apt. D 12-
L, Locona or Panama 2-0510.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury Sport
Sedan 5,000 miles. May be fin-
anced. Call Fort Kobbe 4211.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet coach
new generator, clutch ond bat-
tery. $250.00. 1948 Buick Su-
per, original owner. Excellent con-
dition. $1,350.00. Tel. 2-S476,
Balboa.
FOR SALI1947 Studabakar Cham-
pion business coupe, color black,
radio. $215 down payment COL-
PAN MOTORS Inc.. your FORD.
MIRCURY. LINCOLN dealer. On
Automobile Raw.
FOR SALE:Double bed box springs
with legs $15.00; Crib with mot-
t'ess SI 5.00; Metol cot ond mot-
tress $3.00; 'Vacuum cleaner
$10.00. 509-A Ft. 87-4183.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment. Best location, very cool,
elevator. 47th street, corner Fe-
derico Boyd. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:For 3 months, from
May 15th, furnished oportment, 2
tedrooms, Bella Vista. No. 7, 51st
Street.
FOR RENT:For six weeks, beauti-
ful two bedroom apartment, com-
pletely furnished including linen
and china. Information at 3-2026
after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:22, foot fishing launch
with Kermoth marine motor, trail-
er included, $150.00; Tel. Bal.
3607.
Letters being received at the
Ed. center from many states ed-
ucation departments and high
schools say that O.E.D. tests are
being accepted for partial fulfill-
ment of the high school diploma
but that additional courses In
American History. English. Ma-
thematics and Science are also
required. Personnel must be 21
years o age before applying, if
enlisted after Dec. 31. 1946.
ROME, May 2 (UP) Nine
months ago Rome challenged
what till then had been re-
garded as the Inevitable and
outlawed the noise of auto
horns.
Romans at first thought It
was a waste of time, but Rome
. n,?w -ulet clty *~ far ns
o SOJnda are concerned.
So; Rome os off after another
problem the jay walking pe-
destrian who by force of habit,
custom and whim walks in the
street at his pleasure.
And Rome Is also after the
motorist who uses narrow
streets for speedways and who
normally drives on any side of
the street he fancies.
The city of Rome has de-
creed the.: henceforth pedes-
trlans must cross streets only
AT GOLDEN WEDDING
BOLIVAR, Tenn., (UP). Mrs.
C. A. Miller, age 97, attended the
olden wedding anniversary cele-
bration of her daughter and son-
in-law.
Clark and Capt. A. M. George,
65th AAA Group, Officer In
Charge, are planning a Group
Study Course which will aid per-
sonnel In obtaining their High
School Diplomas.
The new Group Study Classes
will begin on May 14 and will In-
clude, ior the benefit of the per-
sonnel striving for their Hlxh
School Diplomas, courses In Eng-
lish, Science, Mathematics and
American History. The courses in
American History is now being
made available as almost every
state requires this course lor
graduation.
Other courses in Spanish,
French, Typing, Trigonometry
and Public Speaking are being
offered at the Center, which may
be applied as elective toward high
schoi or college credit.
Lifer Vindicated
After 15 Years;
Philly (ops Hit
PHILADELPHIA, May 2 (UP)
A 35-year-old life prisoner
won vindication today In a court-
room drama which has shaken
up the police force of Philadel-
phia.
Fifteen years ago, patrolman
James Morrow was murdered in
the Quaker City. Police seized a
New York restaurant worker
Rudolph Sheeler, and charged
him with the crime. The suspect
swore that he had been working
In Manhattan on the night of
the killing. But he was Indict-
ed, tried and convicted and
served 12 years of his sentence.
Last year, two lawyers went
to the restaurant and obtained
work time-sheets which backed
up Sheeler's claim. The prisoner
was set free on ball last April
5th, when the Pennsylvania Su-
preme Court declared that his
conviction had been based on
"police brutality and foul play."
Today,, the official seal was
placed on Sheeler's freedom In
Philadelphia Quarter Sessions
Court. Judge James Gordon or-
at the marked places, mus
walk on the sidewalk when,
there are sidewalks (mostly
there aren't) and generally kee
out of the way 0? traffic
Motorists have been told t
keep on the right side of th
street, to give pedestrians the,
right of way at intersection
without signals, and to obey
Romes seven operating sgnala
at all times.
Just to be sure, the city nut
six policemen at every down-
town Intersection. While th
traffic had a musical comedy
look about It a lot of the time,
things did not go too badly
One policeman said: "It la
going to work all right. Th
trouble is that' these Romana
just won't give in easily.
"I have been blowing m
whistle all day. People just
want to stop in the middle of
the street and argue about It"
The new traffic rules beggar
at the same time as the "Weeks
of Courtesy, Prudence and Sa-
fety" organized by the Italian
Automobile Club.
The mayor's office in Rom
said: "It may look Impossible
to get anywhere today. But
remember, they laughed at our
outlawing of noise"
dered the Jury to acquit the pris-
oner. As he did so, Sheeler brok
Into loud sobs and had to be led
from the room.
The Judge then turned toward
the jury and said: "you hav
been privileged to participate in
the belated righting of a great
wrong, and in opening the way
toward erasing a black and
shameful page in the history of
the Philadelphia police deuart-
ment."
A short time later, public safe*
ty director Samuel Rosenberg
suspended a homicide squad cap-
tain, an assistant police superin-
tendent and four patrolmen who
had worked on the case. ,
WILDCATS IN LINE
AUSTIN, Tex., (NBA). Ken-
tucky, on Texas' football sched-
ule for the first time will be th
21st state university to meet th
Longhorns. <
FOR RENT
Rooms t
FOR SALE: Mahogany livingroom
and diningroom furniture. House
0764-D, Williamson Ploce, Bol-
boo.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudson Com-
modore Six, 4-Dr. Gas mileage 17
P/G. Uses no oil between chonges.
A-l condition thru-out. 40,000
miles. Not duty poid. Price $850.
Call 87-5231. From 7:30 to 4:00
or offer hours 83-5290.
FOR SALI:1949 Lincoln, 4-deer
Sedan celor (ra*n, all n*w tires,
radio end finder skirts. Excellent
condition. $665 down payment,
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
LINCOLN dealer. On Automobile
Rew.
FOR SALE: Livingroom set, one
sectional upholstered couch ond
matching chair. I mahogany cof-
fee table and three end tables.
Also one 9 x 12" rug with 5
motching throw rugs and two
China lamps, $400.00. Call Fort
Kobbe 4211.
FOR SALE:Bedroom suite; Singer
sewing machine; studio couch;
bombeo furniture; rugs; lamps,
breakfast set. House 8122 Marga-
rita. Phone 3-1392.
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FOR SALE:Or swop for 25 cycle,
a 60 cycle economat Bendix wash-
ing machine. 84-A, 5th. St. New
Cristobol.
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, beauti-
fully furnished rooms, kitchen pri-
vileges if desired. Ave. Mxico 69
neor 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
or without boord, to respectoble
person. Bello Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest ond nicest location.
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom,
privte entrone* ond bath. Bello
Visto. $40 and $45.00. Tel. 3-
1648
FOR RENT:To tingle person, one
lorge front room top floor, Cen-
tral Ave. No. II.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, single
mon preferable C. Z. retired. 99
Belisario Porras Av*.
A BALANCED WHEEL: gives you a
better rid. We use the latest
type Bear aligning equipment.
Longer service on your tires pays
for the cost. TROPICAL MOTORS
FOR SALE:Special for Army-Navy
families. "Used Furniture" rea-
sonable prices. Economy Used
Furniture Store, 12.174. 12-13
Streets, Bolivar. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
FOR SALE:Roper gas stove with
72 feet line. Herbert Wilkms. B
Street No. 74, room 7.
TH I.MTVRr CORP
Phone 2-V03
LOTS POR SAI.I
Down Payment fit*.
Monthly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00 I
a. Meter
[ ror Bent: Heavy Equipment
(round leveling.
We Bent Lou on Lon Term.

Lot Clut at S3 and
S4We*kl
We have just
received:
m* Beautiful English radio-
phonograph copsoles, in
mlrror-flnlsh. with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
VM. and "Admiral" 3-speed
record-changers for mod-
ernizing your consoles.
Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
nations.
CASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
1 Central 223
n trance to Encanto Theatre.
FOR SALI:1950 Chevrolet, 2-d*or
Sedan, color marean, low mil*aa,
food tires, A-l condition. $530
dawn payment COLPAN MOTORS
INC.. your FORD. MIRCURY,
LINCOLN dealer On Automobile
Rew.
FOR SALE: Combination Radio-
phonograph, table model, 25 Cyl.
$40.00; 2 coffee tobies and 2
matching end tables, mahogany
$30. Must sell before 8th. 531-C,
Cocoli.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:A Canal Zone cor mo-
del 1940. 1941 or 1942. Send in-
formotion ond price to P. O. Bex
567 Ancon, C. Z.
***** moteTHMU pvi doUax?
WANTED:A used Canal Zone ear.
new model. Write including price
t0 P- O. Box 1474 Ancon, C. Z.
Help Wanted
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury Convert-
ible. 6 passenger coupe, spotless
yellow paint with motching leath-
er interior, loaded with extras, in-
cluding radio, o'drive. fog lights
WSW ond electrically operated
windows ond front seot adjust-
ment. Leovmg for States ond must
sell. Will finance, house 5437-C
Endicott St. Djoblo Hgts. Bendixen.
FOR SALI: 1950 F*rd D.Luxe.
2-d**r Sedan, color gay. low mile-
***. food tiras, an oirrttandina
buy. Only $465 dawn payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. your
FORD, MIRCURY, LINCOLN
dealer. On Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:25 cycl* Eosy Spin-Dry
washing mochine 2 1-2 months
old, $200.00. 25 cycle 12" elec-
tric fan $15.00. 0592 Mindi St.
apartment D, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Console radio, Ken-
more washing machine, 60 cycle,
dining table and 6 chairs, rock-
ing choir, bamboo chair, maga-
zine table, youth bed and vanity,
child's mohogony table ond chairs,
power tools woodworking, baby
corriog*. 2001 -PJ, Curundu, 83-
6223.
WANTED:Woman to car* 3 yor
old child and oportment. 10 A. M.
to 4 P. M. Federico Boyd No. 4.
Apt. I.
WANTED: General housekeeper,
must cook, call after 8 a. m.
Thursdoy. House 771-B Son Pa-
blo St., Bolboa.
What are the things you hope some
day to have in an automobile?
I it power that rises to every challenge?
Is it the satisfied feeling of being a very
important person there at the wheel?
Is it day-long comfort and ample dimen-
sions that make every trip a pleasure?
Is it the durable goodness of sound con-
struction the sturdy strength that will
outlast the years?
Well, sir, the time has come for you to
take to heart these three words of sensible
advice-'S.MARTBuy's Buick."
Every Buick has Fireball power an
exclusive combustion principle that makes
each drop of fuel do extra duty.
Every Buick has coil springs on all four
wheels that add to your comfort and
never need service.
Every Buick can be had with Dynaflow
Drive,* which lends extra smoothness to
all the miles you drive and saves wear on
tires, engine and transmission for long-
run economy.
Every Buick sparkles with added conven-
iences, refinements, appointments that lift
these 1951 beau.ies far above the "utility"
level and make them a special joy to own.
And when it comes to price-we ask you
to compare Buick with the field. Com*
see us soon. Lots of folks are comparing
and finding there's no buy like a Buick.
WANTED: Excellent cook either
Jomoicon or Pjnamanion for Ame-
ricon fomily. Preferably to sleep
in. Via Espaa No. I 12-A.
LESSONS
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1950. 4-door
Styleline. seat covers, rodio Mi-
leage 5,800. Excellent condition
5628-B, Dioblo (near schooll 2-
3509.
FOR SALE: 1940 Studebaker
5*JJ n-1 condition. Telephone
2-3692.
FORS ALE:Coldspot refrigerator,
with Norge unit. Needs minor re-
pair, 25 cycle. 1483-A, Dohrman
Street, Bolboo, onytime.
FOR SALE
Motorcyclen
Leorn ballroom dancing. Why miss
the fun. Leave nome, address and
phone at desk, or Box 106, Bol-
boo YMCA. Hornett t> Dunn.
lewA.i niw.
+ 3>..imi ~ XOADMAMTMM, bu M m*%
No other emr provides all this:
American mole, wants privte
Sponish guitor lessons from Amer-
ican or Sponish teacher. Coll 25-
3572 doily I 3 P. M.
FOR SALE:1948 Harley 74 O.H.V.
Reasonable. Call 4-339. 4:30
6:30 p. m.
Position Offered
FOR SALEPock/rd Sedan 1937
Must sell now $icr00 or best
. offer. 718-C, Cocoli, C Z.
.
WANTEDFemale help. -Experienced
American Seles Clerk, part time
day ond evening hours. Chorocter
health and work, references re-
quired Belwren ages 25 ond 45
Wfiti f. H. Bex 134, Pongmi,
Mrs. Miriam Herbert
Dies; Burial Tomorrow
Mrs. Miriam Pinder de Herbert
died at 5 a.m. Sundayat the San-
to Tomas Hospital.
Burial will take place at the
Corozal Cemetery at 1 p.m. to-
morrow. Buses will leave S3 St.
No. 216 at noon.
Mrs. Herbert U survived by her
children. Eudie. Eugene, Vio'.et
and Otty Herbert and her father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Inniss
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mart tlfl, and uniurpautdpratKth
WHin-OLOW INSTHUMINTS
flrealer e/oriry at night
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rid, im.ro.ai drn-ing centro/
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cushions rido, aovo* ifking coats
OUAl Vltvril4r/ON-oUf.;de air
f.d Mparafoly to right or hut cjf front
compartment
SflCINf RSIZINS i KAKIS -
hfdrmulic multiply pedal -proseara
fire fimae of faroie drum
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car-.engfn fend.r,, afe*mi.g iwaea
fseani an naif mod.li
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on lock, Sa/ery-*id. rime. Mi oieed
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WEDNESDAY, MAT t, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
rAGE SEVEN

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&, 195, C-/-I. DibfL FOUNDERS DAY BANQUET GIVEN BY LOCAL SOBOBITY
The Bet Chapter of Bet Sigma fM Me *""
Founder's Day banquet at the *lWwta*^ Mn4y
evening. The occeelen celebrated the Mth year of thefound-
ing of the ortantaitUn to Abilene Ksnt*.,by Mr. Walterw-
Rom. In previous year the newly organized Beta Chapter
has been too smaU to celebrate alone, so ha Joined the
Alpha Chapter in Balboa.
Aa initiation ceremony was
held preceding the banquet, at
which time four pledges recetvi-d
their pins. The new members
were: MUi Imogene Lawson.
Miss Anne Maner, Mist Ma:y
Jeanne Wleaen and Mrs. Jacquel-
ine Stringer.
Yellow rosebud corsages were
worn by the pledges and the
members wore yellow carnation 3.
The color of the sorority was re-
peated In the yellow alamanda
blossoms which centered the din-
ner table.
Mrs. Evelyne Wade, president,
presided at the initiation and
served as Master of ceremonies
She read the message which had
been received from the founder
who now resides In Kansas City,
Missouri.
A program was presented dur-
ing the'evening. Miss Sarah Ma-
cready gave a resume of the his-
tory of the Sorority, and the oray-
tr was given by Mrs. Arden
Welch. The pledges were wel-
comed by Mrs. Jean Coffey and
Mrs. Kathleen Huffman inter-
preted the Creed. A toast to Faith
was given by Mrs. Beverly Bergcr.
The other members present
wer?: Mrs. Violet Dealclns, Mrs.
Marie Moscaritola, and Miss Jean
Dough.
signed his position with the Elec-
trical Division.
Mrs, Tart Honored
Before Departure
Mrs. Ouy Tart, of Fort Gultck,
who left by plane with Lt. Tart
and their young daughter for
Washington, D.C., was compli-
mented with an afternoon "coke"
party given by Mrs. Denvtr
Heath at her quarters at Fort
Gullck.
The guests were the teachers
of trie Sunday school with whom
Mrs. Tart had worked. They took
this opportunity to present her a
gift of silver as a bon voyage pre-
sent
Those participating in the gift
and partv were: Mrs. Roy Wll-
kerson, Mrs. Joseph Kormylo,
Mrs Jack Oakley, Mrs. John
Byrci, Mrs. G. E. Miller, .Mrs.
Marvel, Mrs. Owen Tolbert. Mrs.
Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Gus Zilkle,
Mrs Carroll Thompson. Miss
Juanita Meeks and Chaplain Wal-
ter McCracken.
Visiten from New Orleans
Mrs. Warren J. Bennett, wife of
the manager of the United Fruit
Company In New Orleans and
Mrs. Lucille Partridge arrived
Tuesday on the "Chlrlqul" and
are .he house guests of Mr. and
Mrs William Adams of Brazo
Heights.
This Is Mrs. Bennett's annual
cruise to the tropics. They will
leave today for the return trip.

Miss Winfree
Returns to States
Miss Edith Winfree, who has
spent several months visiting
Miss Frances Moomaw. of Mar-
garita, left today for Guatemala
and Mexico en route to her home
in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Family Dinner Party ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ebdon, of
Gatun and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Hale o Margarita, were In Bal-
boa Saturday for a dinner paity
given by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Sullivan honoring Mrs. Sullivan's
mother, Mrs. William Ashton on
her birthday anniversary.
Other members of the family
who were present were: Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Ebdon, Sr. and Broee
Scogeins. of Gamboa, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Ebdon, Jr., with Dick
and Tom from Pedro Miguel, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and
Miss Helen Edwards of Pedro Mi-
guel and Paul and Jim Ebdon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ebdon were
presented a bon voyage gift, as
they are leaving next week to re-
side in the States.
Covered Dish Lunch
at Gatun Union Church
The members of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Gatun Union
Church will have a covered illsh
luncheon at the church at 12:30
p.m. Thursday. The regular
monthly meeting will follow the
luncheon.
All members of the auxiliary
and interested residents of the!
community are cordially invited
to attend.
Informal Bon Voyage Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bagsjott
had as their dinner guests Mon-
day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Irving and Gary.
The Irvlngs are sailing Friday
for an extended vacation to be
spent with relatives In Decatur,
Illinois.
Springtime Dance
A "Springtime Dance" was
riven Saturday at the Cristobal
Armed Services YMCA with mu-
sic furnished by the 0th Army
Band.
The ballroom was decorated
with a canopy of grt/n streamers,
artificial flowers, leaves and but-
terflies. The committee In charge
Included: Fernando Aguilera,8rt.
Robert Robb, Miss Mae Thom-
son and Connie Landry.
C. A. Mllburn, U8N, served gs
master of ceremonies.
R-freshments were served by
Mrs. Leslelgh H. Davis and Mrs.
E. F. McClelland to the 95 ser-
vicemen and the Junior hostess-
es.
Tryouts for
Little Theater Play Tonight
Tryouts for the next LltUe
Theater production "Fatal Weak-
ness" will be held tonight and
Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Scout
Shack. Mr. Bremer Jorstad is
director of this three-act come-
dy.______
Card Party to be
Given In Gatun
Tickets are now on sale for a
benefit card party to be given by
three groups of the Woman's Aux-
iliary of the Gatun Union Church.
Thursday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Oatun Masonic Temple.
Price of admission is 75 cents.
There will be table prizes and re--
freshments ahd other prizes. Call
Mrs*. Raymond Ralph, Gatun see
hfoT tickets-.
Visiting at El Valle
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Bell and
daughter Judy, of Margarita,
with Rev. and Mrs. Philip H.
Havener of New Cristobal wltn
Catherine and Billy are spending
a few days at the Automobile
Camp at El Valle with other pas-
tors and their families from the
Pacific Side.
Former Balboa Girl
Joyce Zeeck Named
College Queen In US
Miss Joyce Zeeck, Balboa High
School graduate with the class
of 1940 and former resident of
Pedro Miguel, has been1 named
queen of the annual College Days
celebration which will be held
May 18-19 at Colorado A. & M.
College.
Miss Zeeck is a sophomore
majoring in physical education
and Is a member of Kappa Delta
sorority.
According to a clipping from
the Lamesa "Dally Reporter"
Miss Zeeck and her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Zeeck now live
In Lamesa, Tex. her duties as
queen will entail presiding at the
annual intercollegiate rodeo and
leading \he College Days parade.
In the first contingent of the
parade, the "Dally Reporter"
says, will be Fred Harman, creat-
or of the "Red Ryder" comic
strip and one of his characters,
Little Beaver."
The queen and her attendants
were chosen from a field of nine
by a vote of the Livestock Club
which sponsors the annual cele-
bration on the A. Si M. campus.
Miss Zeeck was well known here;
as a champion swimmer and was
one of the Canal Zone contingent
to a swimming meet in Florida
about three years ago.

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THE ABOVE GROUP'took part In the official coronation of Queen Patricia and King Wil-
liam at the 1951 Olvnvplc Hop recentlv given by the Cristobal High School Girl's Varsity
Club Font row left tofright, Is Helen Kiss.m. Sandra Hammond, Queen Patricia Oeddes,
Jane Common and Nancy Hauler. Back row, Is Bob Bailey^Tom Jordan Kin,i Bi" Bttrt-
Dum. Dick Sullivan, and Vernon Bryant. Crownbearers are Donna Delth and Bobby Geddes.
Miss VlrRinla Keenan was In charge of the affair.___________________ _________________
Inter-American Geodetic Men
Of 13 Missions To Meet Here
Bon Voyage Dinner
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ebdon and
sons, Paul and Jim were ere din-
ner guests of Mr. andMrs. Harry
Witt at their Cristobal home. Ju-
dy Witt was also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Ebdon will leave
next week to make their home In
the States. Mr. Ebdon has re-

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17 Join PC Staff
During Ldte April
Three new employes from the
United States, five new person-,
nel employed locally, and nine
ex-employes who were hired lo-
cally, joined the Canal-Railroad
organization during the last
half of April, according to In-
formation from the Personnel
Bureau.
The new employes from the
States, their positions and'
birthplaces are:
William E. McMahon, lock
operator-wlreman at Pedro Mi-
guel, New York City; Earl B.
Power, switchboard operator,
Madden Dam Trenton, New
Jersey; and Alice R. Wenglein,
nurse at Gorgas Hospital
Uklah, California.
New personnel employed lo-
cally are: Rodrigo A. Aroseme-
na, engineering draftsman in
the Engineering Division at Bal-
boa; Victor J. Fbrega, Jr., en-
gineer In the Engineering Di-
vision; and Leo Cralg, police-
man at Cristobal.
New employes who have form-
erly worked for the Canal or
Railroad are: Mrs. Gertrude J.
Connard, cashier at Margarita
Commissary; George O. Flores,
lock guard at Gatun; Milton J.
Altmark, commissary assistant
at Balboa; Mrs. Jean E. Deck-
man, clerk-typist. Storehouses;
David I. Kelleher, commissary
assistant at Balboa; Alfred
Gloss, formean; Aids to Navi-
gation Section; Charles D. Ro-
binson, policeman at Cristobal;
John P. Burke, stevedore fore-
man, Terminals Division: and
Mrs. Eva P. Smith, clerk at
Gorgas Hospital. '
The Inter-American Oeodeac
Survey In Balboa Is preparing lor
Its annual conference of offIcen-
ln-charge of Its widely scattered
field units, to be held here May 9
to May 14.
The annual get-together Is
held somewhat In advance of the
beginning of each new fiscal
year, and Its main purpose Is dis-
cussion and formulation of oper-
ational plans for the ensuing
twelve-month fiscal period.
Thirteen chiefs of IAOS fai-
flung missions will be together In
Balboa through the week. For-
mal meetings will be held each
morning at which two or three cf
the visitors will present reports
from their respective fields of ac-
tion, Interspersed with technical
lectuiea on various subjects. The
afternoon session each day will
be dnvoted to- conferences with
headquarters sections of the
IAOS home office on individual
projects. In addition, each chief
will have a chance to bring his
personnel problems up to dale.
Breaking up the business pilose
of the conference will be a pro-
gram of entertainment which will
Include a golf tournament .it
Gamboa, a dinner dance at EJ.
Panam Architects,
Engineers Publish
IAGD Survey Dala
"The March issue of "Ingenio-
ra y Arquitectura," official pub-
lication of the Panama Society of
Engineers and Architects, featur-
ed 10 pages of material concern-
ing cartographic activities In the
Americas, including that of the
Inter American Geodetic Survey
operated under the US Army
Caribbean.
Complete texts of two speeches
made by Cmdr. Carlos Bose, US
Coast and Geodetic Survey, at
the IAOS cartographic exhibit's
showing at Panama Unlverrlty
In January are featured. There Is
also Illustration showing Maj. J.
Newton Cox, formerly Officer in
Charge of IAOS' Panama Project,
and Mr. Vlnce Hanrahan. former
Area Supervisor, presentlns a
drafi of the scheme of first-or-
der irlangulatlon In Panama to
the then Minuter of Public
Works, Manuel Virgilio Patino.
There is another article con-
cernln. the University showing
of the cartographic exhibit,
which followed its highly suc-
cessful showing In the Canal
Zone.
A story by Dr. Angel Rublo. Pro-
fessor of Geography at the Uni-
versity, entitled "Early Day Geo-
detic and Topographic Work In
the, Isthmus of Panama." pays
tribute to the work of IAOS In
Its concluding remarks. (Dr. Ru-
blo was curator of the cartogra-
phic exhibit rt"-tng Its display at
the University.)
Biblical Drama
At Paraso Church
Set For Thursday
All arrangements have been
made to stage the Biblical drama
"8o Pilate Washed His Hands"
at the1 Paraso Methodist Church
Thursday night. This play has
a*- "been staged In Paraso Clubhouse
Panama, and a boat trip throutfli antj in the Geddes Hall, Panama
the Paclflc-slde locks. The cdjj-'city.
This performance will be for
the renovation fund of the
Church.
A most cordial invitation is ex-
tended to one and all to turn out
and enjoy a very fine program as
well as to encourage me partici-
pants.
Uncle Sam Will Sell
Dried Eggs At Bargain
WASHINGTON, May 2, (UP)
Uncle Sam has offered surplus
dried eggs for sale In foreign
markets at heavy losses. The enea
are selling at 80 cents a pound,
43-cents-e-pound less than the
government paid for them.
M3=
MAKE
MINE
MONTEZUMA
feience will be concluded Mon-
day, May 14, with an official st jff
luncheon.
The following are the names of
officers to be present, with the
countries In which they are sta-
tioned:
Lt. Col. Charlton O. Wallace.
Dominican Republic; Command-
e Maurice Wennermark, USC-
GS, Chile; Majors Richard E.
Brown, Cuba; Frank P. Cassldy.
Colombia; Junior N. Cox, Haiti;
James M. Hlgglns. Guatemala;
Fred W. Karsten, Venezuela; Da-
vid Roberts, Peru and John W.
Van Hoy, Jr., Brasil.
Captains Dallas L. Knoll, Jr.,
Ecuador; Albert J. Osborne, El
Salvador and Richard H. Siv.-ed.
Nicaragua: an11st Lts. Harold N.
Acrlvos, Costa Rica and Junius J.
Blelman, Bolivia.
Agnes P. Johnson's
Art Exhibit Open
Dally At Tivoll
Thirty-two paintings by Agnes
Peterson Johnson, well known ie-
cal artist, are now on exhibition
at the Penwomen's Little Gallery
In the Hotel Tivoll.
The exhibition is sponsored by
the National League of American
Penwomen. This Is the first one-
man show to be held in the
.group's Little Gallery at the Tivo-
ll, since heretofore exhibitions
have Included paintings by many
of the group's art members.
Mrs. Johnson's exhibit contains
landscapes and still life paint-
ings, mostly painted locally. Ti-
tles such as "Taboga Reflec-
tions." "Vista Cerro Campana,"
and "Llmon Bay" indicate the
artists keen observations of the
local scene.
Three paintings were loaned by
their owners to be Included in
Mrs. Johnson's comprehensive
exhibit. They are "Wild Banana
and Chinese Figure," "Love G-
dess and Heliconia," and "Trav-
eler's Palm."
Also Included Is her painting of
the wild fig tree on Hospital Road
which will be given as a prize at
the Beaux Arts Ball on Friday.
The exhibition will continue
through May 14. Members of t!>e
National League of American
Penwomen will be on duty from
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. dally ex-
cept Sunday to answer questions
concerning the paintings.
Lutherans To Hold
Special Ascension
Service Wednesday
A special service will be held
at Redeemer Lutheran Church cf
Balboa tomorrow at 7:30 p.m..
commemorating the Ascension of
jesns Into heaven.
The pastor, the Rev. H. I.
Bernthal, will preach on the tu-
ple: "Ascension Comfort and
Joy.' The public Is cordially In-
vited.
Registration to attend Holy
Communion next Sunday will be
made after this service.

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I MIAMI. Fla.. May 2 (UP).
AVi ex-prlze lighter's one-man
Allglous crusade to make Sun-
days on Florida's uninhibited
Gold Coast "pure and heavenly"
taU him 10 days in jail today.
"Striptease-hater Ellis Chlsm,
j^vas found guilty of contempt
of court, ending temporarily his
zealous "campaign for God" that
brought 45 Miami business firms
toeourt on charges of violating
the state's ancient Sunday "Blue
Laws."
The crusader's drive began two
months ago when he vowed to
ike the Sabbath In glittering
Miami as quiet and godly as it
Was In his backwoods home town
of Red Bay In North Alabama,
where "you knew there was a
heaven because you could feel
Jt."
It culminated in a courtroom
today when a crimes court judge
said. "I'm beginning to believe
you love publicity .. more than
you love the Lord" and gave him
the 10-day term in Dade County
jail for making "Insulting state-
ments about this court."
Chisrh, a Baptist and former
owner of 28 Ice cream wagons,
had been In court dozens of times
before, filing his charges against
strlpteasers, bingo-players, crap-
shooters and against Miamians
who broke the Sabbath for busi-
ness purposes.
It was the second time, how-
ever, that he had appeared as a
defendant. Soon after he moved
to Miami Beach in 1940, Judge
Wayne Allen gave him a one-year
suspended sentence "for braining
a man over the head with a cold
chisel."
"About a year ago you were
In here trying to save the morals
of half-drunk roues who were
trying to renew their youth by
unashamed chorus girls," Allen
gazing at the undrapcd bodies of
said before delivering his sen-
tence. "Though I told you before
I thought you were sincere. I'm
beginning to believe you love
the publicity you've been getting
more than you love the Lord."
The crusader waS arrested af-
ter he told a news reporter that
Allen "insulted every dear Christ"
ian mother In our land" by fin-
ing a lumber company only $1
for operating on Sunday.
'Colliers Asked To Correct
Florida Bookie Yarn Lies
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 2
(UP). The Governor's floor
leader asked the house of repre-
sentatives today to demand that
"Collier's Magazine" correct
"lies" In Its article, "Secret Mr.
Big of Florida."
Rep. George Tapper of Gulf
offered a resolution which said
the article contained an "in-
correct'1 statement that the 1949
House passed a legalized bookie
bill at the Insistence of dog track
owner William H. Johnston.
Tapper said the story "reflects
on the Integrity and honesty of
the House."
His resolution became bogged
down In a parliamentary snarl
and was caught by the automatic ;
adjournament time. It Is slated
to come before the House today.
Gov. Fuller Warren has threat-
ened to sue Collier's on grounds
that the article is "defamatory."
Tapper pointed out that the
1949 House killed one off-track
betting bill In committee and
that another one never was act-
ed upon.
Rep. George Okell of Dade, who
has .threatened to bring Impeach-
ment proceedings against the
GQVtrnor because of Warren's
VA EXPLAINS
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ing the period of waiver, anv
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wWle the Insured is In active
setvice will be automatically re-
newed for an additional five-
jetr period. '
, action in putting Sheriff Jimmy
, Sullivan back in office in Dade
County, said the House would be
"fiddling around with some small
: matter" if It took up the Tapper
proposal.
He suggested, instead, that the
representatives "reprimand" Col-
lier's for "Its errors" but at the
same time commend it for "ex-
posing this terrible situation and
the three-man spoils system in
this state."
During debate on the resolu-
tions, Rep. James Haleychair-
man of the "Little Kefauver
Committee" announced that
Lester Velie, who wrote the Col-
lier's article, will testify before
the committee Saturday. Even as
he disclosed this, the House was
routinely processing a resolution
inviting Velle to appear before
the Legislature.
Rep Alex MacWllllams of In-
dian River, who helped introduce
one of the off-track betting
measures in 1949, vigorously de-
nied that Johnston had any-
thing to do with the bill.
"I never saw Bill Johnston,"
Mac Williams said. "He had noth-
ing to do with that bill... It was
as clean as a hound's tooth."
Chiang Pledges
Full Cooperation
To U.S. Mission
TAIPEI, Formosa. May 2.
(DP). Chiang Kai-shek today
pledged the fullest cooperation
of his Chinese Nationalist Gov-
ernment to the new United
States military mission on For-
mosa.
Chiang made the pledge dur-
ing a 40 minute conference with
Maj. Gen. William C. Chase,
chief of the mission.
Chase, whose mission will
advise and help train the forces
on Formosa, said after the con-
ference: "If anybody says I am
here to lead an invasion they
will be misquoting me."

Labor Heads Urge
A-Plant Strikers
To Return To Jobs
OAK RIDGE, Tennessee, May
2 UP American Federation of
Labor union leaders today urged
1200 striking construction work-
ers here to return to the job
at a vital atomic project and
give the Wage Stabilization
Board "a little time to act" on
their petition for an above-
celling pay Increase.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE J0IIN8ON
NEA Staff Correspondent
- - -
WEDNESDAY, MAY , MSI
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA). The
Laugh Parade: Clifton Webb
usually winds up on a list of best-
dressed men every year, but rare-
ly gets a chance to display his
sartorial finery on the screen.
He hauled out the Bond 8treet
duds a few days ago, however,
when a film scene called for a
slight touch of splendor.
It was up to Director Henry
Koster to pick the right outfit
so Webb modeled a variety of
tweeds, doeskins and worsteds,
but all of the suits were too ele-
gant.
"It's no use," Koster said, "your
own clothes are simply too dis-
tinctive.
Webb drew himself up to his
full height and. fumed:
"Gentlemen, It is I, not my
clothes. You may as well know
that as a baby I looked positively
chic in my diapers."
wood who'd have given anything
to have been In your place,"
It happened In the frensled
months when Jerry Wald and
Norman Krasna were bombard-
ing every star In Hollywood with
scripts and Ideas for their new
independent production com-
pany.
Jose Ferrer received a story
outline from the team. A week
later he returned it with a letter
of regret in which he stated the
idea did not appeal to him.
Three days passed and Jose re-
ceived the same script In the mall
again. An accompanying note
was signed by Wald and Krasna
and read:
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The AFL members quit work
on the $225,000,000 gaseous dif-
fusion plant project yesterday
after the Maxon Construction
Company refused to pay a 10
to 12 1-2 cents an hour Increase
negotiated last fall.
The company, which Is build-
ing the plant for the Atomic
Energy Commission,, said the in-
crease will violate the Govern-
ment's wage freeze- order.
Peron Foresees
Electric Power
From Atom Soon
BUENOS AIRES. Argentina,
May 2. (UP) President Juan D.
Peron said today that Argentina
will have an electric power -ys-
tem geenrated by atomic energy
within two years.
Peron s forecast was made In
his yearly message on the state of
the nation at the opening of the
85th session of the Argentine
Congress.
Peron made only a brief refer-
ence to atomic energy in his mes-
sage, which lasted four hours and
20 minutes. He reiterated a pre-
vious statement that Argentina
will use atomic energy only for
peaceful purposes.
Gene Evans achieved star status
in "The Steel Helmet" and is now
sharing stellar billing with Wil-
liam Holden in "Force of Arms."
But only 12 months ago, as an
unknown, Gene was playing a
small bit in a buckskin opus titled
"Sugarfoot." He reported to the
studio one morning for a bus trip
to the western location site. Al-
though the bus was loaded with
actors and technicians, the driver
kept looking at his list nervlously
as If waiting for another arrival.
Finally Gene asked him why
the trip was being delayed.
"I am waiting, bub," the driver
growled, "for an actress named
Miss Gene Evans like it says here
on the list."

It happened in Florida during
filming of "The Greatest Show
on Earth." Cecil B. DeMllle was
seated only a few feet away from
the front wheels of a circus truck,
directing John Crawford behind
the steering wheel.
"Thank you for sumltting this
story outline to us. We have read
it with interest but have decided
against buying a story of this
type at this time."
The publicly crew at Warners
Is mulling it over.
A letter from Florida's famous
Marlneland arrived at the studio.
The owners of the tourist attrac-
tion, It stated, were proud and
honored that Gary Cooper was
making "Distant Drums" a few
miles away on a Florida' location
site. Certainly, the studio would
wish to hold the world premiere
of the picture In the state In
which it was filmed.
"We can offer you," the Ma-
rlneland officials concluded, "the
opportunity to hold the-first un-
derwater motion pleture pre-
miere in history In our crystal-
clear waters."
Well, anyway, it might be great
for movies with clouded plots.
P.M.
3:30Music for Wednesday
4.00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THE AIR
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00MANDRAKE THE MAGI-
CIAN
8:15Evening Salon
7:00Songs of France (RDF)
7:18EDDY ARNOLD SHOW
(TD)
7:30PAB8T8PORTS REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Short Story Theater
(VOA)
8:45American Journal (VOA)
9:00COMMENTATOR'S DI-
GEST (VOA)
9:15The Jo Stafford Show
(VOA)
9:30Radio Forum (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
DAY (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Florida Politico
Shifts Support
To Democrats
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Mav 2,
(UP) Francis M. McHale. local
attorney who has been Republi-
can candidate for Congress, the
state senate and other offices,
says he now plans to becosae a
Democrat.
McHale says he has been a
strong proponent of a two-party
system for the South. But he says
he doesn't believe the "political
parties will attain more equal
strength Tor some time to come.
"I plan to change my party re-
gistration in the near future*
say? McHale.
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Kdmond O'BRIEN Joanne DRU
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Pat O'BRIEN a Dolores MORAN
"JOHNNY ONE-EYE"
GAMBOA
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MARGARITA
1:11 S:M
Van JOHNSON Kathryn ORArSON
"GROUNDS FOR MARRIAGE"
Thursday "MY FRIEND IRMA GOa WEST"
(Thursday)
Rory CALHOUN Jane NIGH
"COUNTY FAIR" (Color)
Chief Gets Suit Back
MARION, S. C. (UP) Police
chief Lacy Edwards got his man
and recovered a suit of clothes
stolen from him more than a year
before. Edwards, who maintained
all along that he would recover
his suit, said it was still in ?ood
condition, although it had chain-
ed Hands three times.
Wfi"tofc
Starting TOMORROW!
Suddenly the truck broke away
from the wires holding It in place
and came within an Inch of run-
ning over the director.
"To think of it, I almost killed
Cecil B. DeMllle!" gasped the
ashen and trembling Crawford.
"Think nothing of It. my boy,"
smiled C. B. "I can think of sev-
eral thousand people in Holly-
o prevent linen rurmof
yellowto keep it white
snow, you need to use only
little ,
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David Nlven vows that It real-
ly happened.
He and his wife decided at the
last minute to make the closing
performance of the Sadler's Wells
ballet In London. A quick call
backstage to ballet star Robert
ilerpmann was put through and
the Nivens were told that tickets
would be waiting for them at the
boxoffke.
After a frantic dash through
London traffic, the Nlven* ar-
rived at the theater and David
yelled over the heads of the late
arrivals:
"Two tickets for Nlven?"
Two tickets were handed to him
promptly by the fellow in the
boxofflce and they sprinted to
their seats as the house lights
dimmed.
The curtain went up and to
their surprise they heard the
first strains of "Oh, What a
Beautiful Morning."
They had landed at the theater
housing the London company of
"Oklahoma!"
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John Hodlak Leo Oenn, In
"THE MINIVER STORY"
A wonderful new drama I
with Cathy O'Donnell
Tomorrow, Thursday, May 3
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7: SOMorning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears
9:00 NEWS
9:15-SACRED HEART PRO-
gram
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:15Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off the Record (Cont'd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
P.M.
12:05Casa Admirable Program
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Excursions In Science
2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15Date For Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Amedlcan Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music Fot Thursday
4:00Music without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00Panamuslca Story Time
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Spirit of the Vikings
7:16Radio University (VOA)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News (VOA)
8:15Cross Country, U.S.A.
(VOA)
8:45Fun With Music (VOA)
9 ;00Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
(VOA)
9:30Radio Forum (VOA)
9:46Sports, Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00Take It from Here (BBC
10:30Fred Waring
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
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FRIDAY! BALBOA FRIDAY!
DRESE WAITES SCHOOL Or DANCING PRESENTS
"ON WITH THE SHOW"
Sponaorad by Summer Recreation Council I
Tomorrow
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Romantic Adventure Racing Across Forbidden Warpaths!
"LAST OF THE REDMEN" (In Color)
LUX THEATRE
TODAY LAST TIME! -----------------------------M.G.M
Matching The Glory of Great Stars With The
Splendor of Great Spectacles!...
"KISMET"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
with RONALD COLMAN MARLENE DIETRICH
OPENING TOMORROW------------------M.
M-G-M's blazing drama of feuding
brothers and a woman wronged!...
Ct/tr if
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VENGEANCE
OIHT JOANNE
WALKER DRU
Sally FORREST
JOHN IRELAND -"iiArcomtr,
This picture was the top money-
maker during February and March,
In the States!...
SATURDAY MIDNITE
SHOW (11 p.m.)
Wonderful music! Wonderful
drama!..,
"HER WONDERFUL LIE"
Based of Puccini's La Boheme
Jan Kiepura Martha Eggerth
Janis Carter
COMING
A new kind of thriller!
FRIGHTENED CITY
(The Killer That 8talked
New York)
with Evelyn Keves
Charle* Korrin
LUX THEATRE
A Thousand Sight. A Thousand Delight In
Thla Romance Of The Beggar Who Became
Prince Overnight I...
"KISMET" (in Technicolor)
with Ronald COLMAN Marlene DIETRICH
CENTRAL
(Air Conditioned)
The drama of an almost
forgotten star and a young
writer with whom aha fall
In love!...
GLORIA SWANSON
WILLIAM HOLDEN
- In -
'SUNSET BOULEVARD'
A FAMOUS PICTURE I
BELLA VISTA
(Air CendlllbW)
SHOW lUrt -t 3:00 pjn.
Wondeful dram
of love and
mystery I
James
MASON
Margaret
LOCKWOOD
-In .
A PLACE OF ONE'S
OWN"
CECILIA THEATRE
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The new story of beloved Mrs. MINIVER...
This Is the sequel to one of the greetaat
pictures of All Time I...
GRKER (.ARSON WALTER PIDGEON, la
"THE MINIVER STORY"
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LAUGHS, CHEER8 .
"OUT WEST
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CAPITOLIO THEATRE
DOUBLE IN COLORS I
Margaret O'Brien Karen
Booth, In
"The Unfinished Dance"
- Also:
Judy Garland, In
"EASTER PARADE"
TIVOLI THEATRE
_ David Brian. In
"THE GREAT JEWEL RO
- Aleo:
Robert Alda. In
"THE BEAST WITH PITE
____________FINGE-________
ENCANTO THEATRE
Air
Great Double Program I
lather Williams Van
Johnson. In
"THIS TIME FOR KEEPS"
- Aleo: -
"A YANK AT ETON"
with Mldte
tSSSk
VICTORIA THEATRE

"PLASH GORDON'S TBBP
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-TEN TONIGHT ON T1
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BEAU BROADWAY, JR.
Labor News
And
Comment
Footlights A Spotlights: A rookie and a veteran were the only
two premiere* along the White Light Nightway. The first was
Shakespeare's firl-and-boystrons "Taming of the Shrew." Most of
the critics again enjoyed witnessing Petruchio and Katherina go-
ing a few fast rounds in the ageless Adam A Eve tussle...The
newcomer entry Is a mischief-maker named "Gramercy Ghost."
Its feathery fooling pleased several reviewers, who offered a "V
(for Valentine) salute for the pretending by Winston's heiress,
Sarah Churchill. Aisleman Chapman called it "An amiable play"
...Communiques from Philly disclosed "The Man That Corrupted
Had lev burg" was a casualtyapd the musical, "Flahooley," struck
gold after honky-dooly notices. It is undergoing miner surgery for
its Broadway birthday.. .We had twenty revivals this season. Only
ne clicked :"20th Century".. .The average weekly gross for Main
Stem shows is $600,000. Musicals hog 400 (is... The Newspaper |
Publishers Convention brought new "Hey, Rube!" money to town. The kayaking party
Under-the-table ticket specs hoisted "Guys ft Dolls" ducats up t stumbled on only one facet 01
$140 per pr.while "South Pacific" (last year's wallop) again en-'lne newest Comintern effort to
riched the brokers. They enjoyed robbing the newsfolks. Thev *ot|,urn tne hundreds of million
S20 per cent for that hit's first 10 rows! StiU, of course, a bargain. ol coiore S., across the world.
The Cinemagicians: Golf champ Ben Hogan's biografUm
("Follow the Sun") Is a champion, too. Fore!....."My Forbidden
By Victor Riesel
Out In Hollywood recently I
learned that the Adventurers
Club had received an Intriguing
letter from one of Its young ex-
plorer then pushing: a kayak
down Africa's River Nile. What
fascinated me most, In tnu re-
port of a 2,000 mile adventure
along Cleopatra' waters, was
the paddler's disclosure that 3
had discovered that Communist
agents, skillfully trained for
propaganda In the bush- ere
turning the natives there
against the white man.
The adventurer, Johnny God-
dard, told his colleagues at the
Club! 154 W. 12th St., Los An-
geles, that: .
"The Commies were telling
the natives that white men were
killing and canning the Afri-
cans for food. As evidence, the
Commies were presenting cans
of British Bully Beef promi-
nently featuring an African
warrior on the label."
The skins nartv had
Past" has Ava Gardner, who makes males breathe heiUv on in-
serten and out front. She makes every Tom, Dick and Harry wish
he was Frankle. "The Sword of Monte Cristo" is a roumier.. ."r.e
explodes a shocker about a quintet who survive an atomised world.
You'll see it again in your nightmares.. O. Raft performs heroic
feats in "Lucky Nick Cain," but fails to save the script from medi-
hokrity ."Train to Tombstone" is a one-way ticket to boredom.
"Return of Jesse James" is the latest version about the nralre nil
Hager. Jesse Jess can't seem to shoot his way out of dullodramas.
Actually caring little for
the Negro, the Comintern
recently unleashed a metho-
dic global drive to smear
our troops, and those of the
Western nations, as killers
of other races. And this
campaign is centered in
America where, during the
last war, the Communist
Party toas actually under
orders not to raise the ra-
cial issue. _.
In fact, when a prominent
white labor leader fought ra-
dlscriminatlon and was
Get Together, Boys, Get Together J*
The Aristocrats: A welcome relief from comics who do not
know the difference between smuterlal and smarterlal is Sam .
Levenson. He merits a pat on the funnybone.. .Dorothy Jarnacis | cial
teevy dance cartoons offer de luxe lmgaination. Amusing torsolos j mpris<>ned for defending some
...Alleged entertainment by jittery hamateurs is free, but the feeNeiro Gis in Lincoln Nebraska's
1 too high.. .Leo Fuld's recorded showmanship (In 15 lingos) is an ArmV ait Base, the Communist
attraction via Herb Sheldon's noontlmer on ABC. ..Margaret Tru- parl\, actually sent Its agents
man's acting (minus arias) with Jimmy Stewart was big time...
Orchid to ABC's Elmer Davis, who won the Peabody Award for
Best Commentator.. .Billy Eckstine's sharps-and-flattery of "I'm
Yours to Command" (on Art Ford's all-nighteri are as smooth as
MacArthur's delivery.. .No Biz Like Show Biz Item: The Billboard
reviews the General under "TV Talent and Show Tips"...Variety
reveals this, special survey bv The American Research Bureau, to
which all 4 networks subscribe: J. Benny leads with 20.8. Groucho
1 2nd with 17.4. Radio Theatre Is 3rd with 17.2. and WW is the
With 17.1. That's three-tenth o fone point behind The Runner-up.
The Press Boxt Britain's Bevan blasted the U. S. for arming It-
self and helping to re-arm the British. That's like a drowning
man berating people for tossing him a life preserver.. .AP reporter
Wm. N. Oatls was arrested bv the Ciech Communist govt. "for
activities hostile to the State." Translation: He reported the facts
,. .Within ten days Franco ordered the expulsion of a N. Y. Times
reporter and the Moscowards arrested another Yank newsman.
Proving again the Scummunlsts and Fascista don't hate each other
they despise freedom.. .Time mag's Editors v. Colyumlsts piece
aays: "The cslumns, for all their faults, are good reader-bait, and
at their best, often give new* and views that mine-run newsmen
do not produce." Time means colyumists helo sell newspapers...
From Paul (Miami Beach) Bruun's pillar: "He is en toying four
to fight his release from the
guardhouse. And when AFL and
CIO union chiefs. Walter Reu-
ther, David Dubinsky and
others, demanded his freedom,
the Communist Dally Worker
smeared them and ran "analy-
tical" articles urging the com-
rades to fight these efforts lor
his release.
^he WASHINGTON
t ^ '- '% I III on
Merry-go-round
y DREW PEARSON
Such Language
By BOB RUARK
fights with leadinr uapers now. Says 'I hope vou notice 'never Asia
Pick fights with lightweirhts'" Headline: "Hirh Po'-rt nenies i,-
Their* point then was to get
as many Negro soldiers as pos-
sible to fight the Relcnwehr
then Invading Russia. Now, the
Communists' propaganda motif
is to cause dlsalfectlon among
the courageous Negro soldiers
lighting Sovietlzed Chinese
troops In Korea. Jt'8 as calcu-
lating as that. Their objective
Is to turn this war Into a war
between the white and the co-
especially In
Plea of 7 Doomed Nazis." Oh, well, there's always U. S. High Com-
missioner McCloy.
The Magazines: Raymond Moley hit the right keys on his
Newsweek portable by stressing that public apathy (following of-
ficial probes) inspires revivals of crime and corruption. He also
notes the plunderworld-DOlltlcalliance. No scoop, of course, to
reader of this colyum. But some editorial page hypocrltics bark
at our shins...Wana live longer? Then read the enllghteners a-
bout cancer In Look and the Satevepee..:Caroline Bird's Cosmo-
politan essay Is punctuated with dimDles. Offers amusing tips to
Girl Frldavs on how to hire a bos.. .The New Yorker mag's crack
is acceoted as compliment. It jeer: "MacArthur feels Hike WW1
that whatever happens In the world must somehow be related to
him In order to be authentic The same weHv nu'< an o-t-'-b
feather In Its dunce-cap by ldiotoriallzlng: "This business In Ko-
rea Is not exactly a war".. .Newsweek's "What Is a Free Press"'
feature quotes all too people at AP. UP. IN8. the N. Y Tlme
the N. y. Herald Tribune and the Dailv Winchell. The Voice of
America Invited us to beam ours. Will do. Thanks.
The Intelligentsia: The Apr. 21st New Yorker (page 25) of-
fered as a "true incident" the one about the Tola man a Fort nix
mistaken for a selectee. That oldie ran In all Army post newspa-
pers m the last war. Jane Win ton's "Park Avenue noctor" is in
your book store. Her first The front pae had h" .pi --..
son The Rome (Italy) Daily American was banned. The banning
followed a rap at DeGasperi by an American colvumist (not us)
inr Mm. lf (7'. J"*1-1*) PM all the hills for his
1? f i*l.*.'.e ?*'.*' Wo?d- F,me ctres Marie Boro served
him faithfully to the endnurse, pal. benefactor-an Inspiring
UrtE'vSt "if Pi*"*,. The explanations .d crocodile tears S
<.?y,i? deserter (in Hollvwood) remind us to warn von all
with this from the work of the talented Arthur Koestler? "Do
not trust any ex-CommunistIncluding me!"
^"**fe****i Marksmanship for a President' Scrapbook- Will
Roger:VPeople who fly into a rage always make a bad landing
W- B'sP'; ExPed|net* e for the hour: principles for trie
age...W. R. Alger: True statesmanship is the art n' rh8""inf
nation from what It is to what It ought to be...Oliver Wendell
Holmes: He that would govern others, first should be a master oi
himself...Ben Franklin: Before vou give friends lovaltv-dispiver
whether they deserve to get it.. Dan Webster: You cannot fight
critics by pointing out their faults. You must first eradicate vour
own... OB. Shaw: Think before vou speak and your speech will
make others more thoughtful!. B. Mann: Nobodv ever got his
teeth knocked out keeping his mouth hut.. Anon: Washington
jthe only place In the world where Sound travels faster than
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I think everyone will agree
" with me that this U not the time
for strict observance of the pro-
. to locol. We are faced with a sl'.ua-
haye exhausted almost every pjf- uon which will set us back 25
slbli channel of approach to the /eais Let us make our last ap-
Income Tax Problem. They have peal and let us go light to the
appealed for relief from this un- .op
Jut imposition to congressmen,
senator and even to Preldent
Harry Truman. And nothing baa
Happened.
Let's appeal to Frank Costeilo
C.Z. Realist
"T, .-
As the Communist propagan-
da drive to exploit the Negroes
Intensifies. the Communist
Parties of some 25 nations have
been alerted to run antl-UA.,
"pro-Negro" rallies. The first
was held in Paris' LaSalle des
Mutualities, early In April.
Others will come.
The entire drive pivots
upon an unfortunate Negro,
Willie McGee, sentenced to
death on a capital punish-
ment charge in Laurel,
Miss. Cominform orders are
to make him a 1951 martyr
in the image of the Scotts-
boro boys, whose defense
fund the Communist Party
captured and siphoned off
tor Party propaganda ac-
tivities in the early Thir-
ties.
For over a year, this column
lias been warning that this
drive to "provoke the Negro peo-
ple against the whites has been
planned in Cominform head-
quarters. Now It's here. And, as
usual, our State Dept. has
moved too late with too little.
Last week the Department fin-
ally sent its International pro-
paganda expert, Tom Elllston,
into Luarel to gather facts on
the doomed Negro for a count-
er-drive across the world.
Now months ahead of us, the
Communist Party has actually
won wide support for its man-
euver Inside labor. Union dele-
gations are hustling Into Wash-
ington; leaders of the CIO'
unit at the Ford Motor Co. are
running mass rallies. Hooked to
these are dally stories in the
Communist press, which are re-
broadcast by Radio Moscow to
the rest of the world. And their
May Day demonstration Is call-
ed "Free Willie McOee Day."
Frankly, CIO leaders are
harassed by all this. They
find they can't fight back
without leaving themselves
open to fust the kind of
charges t h e Communist
agents want to pin on them.
However, the CIO Sailors'
Union leader, big Joe Cur-
ran, never a man to run
from a fight, finally did ap-
peal to Negro waterfront
men not to permit them-
selves to be used in the
raids.
My friend Wlllard Townsend,
Negro leader of the CIO Trans-
port Service Workers, writes me
that he was sick at heart to
hear attacks on America at a
Chicago reception for Parisian
sex-ooslng shriller, Josephine
Baker. Negro editors have sent
me scores of such Instance in-
volving others who know Paul
Robeson, the man the Com-
munists call "Mr. Freedom."
If the cruelest. most vicious
'^bi ttempted.
(Cop"rioht I Pojr Hall
Syndicate, Inoj 'ad.
NEW YORK. Maestro Louis Blancolli prob-
ably doe not exist. He is a figment of my
Imagination, or else he has eight heads and is
actually a reincarnation of "Information Pleae."
ft should be Impossible for anybody to be Louii
Biuncolll.
I am backing Into this one, because there Is
no real way to Introduce a man like Blancolli
with a special flourish. Louis speaks fluent
Spanish, Italian, Russian, French, German, Por-
tuguese, Latin r said Latin ancient and
modern Greek, and has toyed with Sanskrit and
Norwegian.
The farthest he has ever traveled from New
York City 1 Washington, D.C. Except when he
swims. When Blancolli, a frustrated Channel
competitor, take a dip he never paddle less
than five miles.
Three paragraphs have departed this teary
vale and we have progressed nowhere. Did I
mention Hhat Blancolli takes shorthand at the
rate of 150 words a minute? He has a pet
theory that shorthand Is the single key to cul-
ture, and will cite you the fact if he says It
Is a fact It 1 a fact that Julius Caesar was a
si orthand shark and that Cicero pirated his at-
tacks on Catiline from a shorthand WanscriDt
by a guy named Tyro. I wouldn't know, myself.
Blancolli has morning Insomnia. He wakes up
worrying about words, concerning which he
knows more than Henry Mencken. Louis rlae
earlv because there are so manv words in the
world and he cannot rest until he learns where
they all came from.
I have not mentioned yet that Blancolli Is a
good newspaperman who works for the same
paoer I do in New York, or that his Idea of
quiet relaxation was a book called "Great Con-
versations." in which he kicked the parlor de-
clamations of such as Socrates. Michelangelo,
Frederick the Great, Voltaire, Ben Franklin. Sam
Johnson. Goethe. Napoleon and Abe Lincoln, to
mention a few friends, around. Relaxation of
this sort would never occur to me. Crap shoot-
ing, yes.
Louis lust ripped off a fine, honest book on
the life of singer Marv Garden, which the tar-
get has described as "foollh. arrogant, candid
-- and me, to the life." The luaty Scots lady
refers to Mr. Blancolli as a corkscrew, lince he
ha an engaging way of pulling the plug out of
personal remlnlacence.
Blancolli seems definitely affected by girls
named Mary. His next effort is a biography of
Mary Pickford. He has 450 pages of typewrit-
ten notes at the moment and is still probing.
MLs Pickford Is a shy lady and Blancolli tears
her loose from 450 pages of notes yet. She Is
probably as surprised as the late cultured vi-
sitor, Mr. Shostakovich, when Blancolli stalked
up and hit him over the head with his own,
difficult language. So few New York reporters
speak fluent Russian these days.
Apart irom the two novels he ha on the fire
- and hi job as music critic for the paper, apd
the Pickford book, of course, Mr. Blancolli Is
sore tried to stay buy. He ha attempted, in
past, to fill hi the chink In hi day by teach-
ing lesion In Spanish, Italian, French and Rus-
sian to his fellow staf: members on the paper,
but most of us are so stupid thataway It Is
largely a waste of his time. If he charged fees
for Infusing us with culture we would probably
le.rn faster, but he teaches for gratis.
Nine paragraphs later I can say that Mr.
Blancolli Is In his early 40's, and look exactly
like a man whose papa was an Italian born in
Uruguay and whose mama came from Naples.
This is to say both handsome and healthy, and
he still has his own hair. He also translates
letters in Greek from a fellow who claims to
have been responsible for World Wars I and II.
and who 1 worried because he things he will
be responsible for World War in. Louis tells
him not to worry.
To sum thl effusion I will state that I am
bltterlv jealous of anybody as smart s Blan-
colli. and do claim that he files a false pennon
when he declare himself to be a reporter. What
he ought to be Is Gertrude Ederle, the Metro-
politan Museum, the boss man at the opera
Ik use. an entire Cabinet In Washington, llght-
heavvwelght champion of the world and the
complete publishing firm of Simon and Schuster.
In his spare time, of course. His real business
1 shorthand and the hot pursuit of word, in-
cluding obscure dirty Jokes In the original Per-
sian.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
A STRATEGIC BARGAIN
ANKARA. Coming from Tehran to Ankara
1 like emerging from a dark cave Into bright
light. True, the spring on the Iranian and
Anatolian plateaux ha the ame beauty of clear
air and flowers and young green. The setting
la not so enormously different. But where In
Tehran the themes of the drama are decay and
dissolution, the theme here is the proud genera-
tion of an ancient people.
It would be pleasant to be able to report the
same striking difference between American pol-
icy in Iran, where we are now paying the price
of a long series of follies and failures, and
American policy in Turkey. Certainly great
things, invaluable thing, have been achieved
In Turkev bv the American aid program.
The Turkish economy has been protected from
the strain of the heavy rmllltarv burden impos-
ed by perpetual Soviet menace. The formerly
primitive Turkish Army ha been tranaformed
into a powerful fighting force of twentv-flve
divisions. A strong bastion has been built up
in this vital corner of the Mediterranean.
Without the combination of the aid program
and Turkish vigor, none of this would have been
possible, and the strategic map of the world
would no doubt alreadv have been revolution-
ized by the uccea of the Kremlin' deigns
here.
Yet the unpleasant fact remain. The ame
paralysis of American policy that ha played
such a large role In the Iranian tragedv also
appears here In Turkev. And thl Is causing us
to let drop, feebly and flaccldly, all the good
Turkish effort.
This Is because the problem of Turkey's rela-
tionship to the Atlantic pact has not been
quarelv faced in Washington. This shirking In
Washington Is understandable. It U partlv caus-
ed by the State Department's fear of Congress
end oartlv bv the almost equal reluctance to
thrah out great Issues with our Wet European
allies. Unfortunately the price of this shirking
' llkelv to be the los of one of the best stra-
tegic bargains any country ha ever been offer-
The bargain was first offered at the time of
the formation of the Atlantic pact structure,
when the Turkish government formally asked to
b included. On many occasions thereafter, the
offer was urgently renewed, until last Fall when
the Atlantic pact Foreign Ministers coolly told
the Turks thev would have to wait a long time
to join the club.
In January, therefore, the Turkish government
proposed three substitutes to Washington: either
a Turkish-American alliance, or American ad-
herence to the existing Anelo-Franco-Turkish
alliance, or the formation of a Mediterranean
pact on the Atlantic pattern, including the Unit-
ed States.
No wider choice of alternatives ha ever been
presented to any government. What the Turks
really want, as any one will tell you from the
man in the street to the burly Chief of Staff,
Gen. Yamut, and the astute Prime Minister
Menderl. 1* a clear American guaranty of help
If they are attacked. The form doe not mat-
ter to them.
But the advantage of such an alliance are
far from being all on the Turkish side. In the
first place, the most Important American stra-
tegic air bases are In the Eastern Mediter-
ranean. An attack on Turkev would thus con-
stitute an indirect attack on those base. Hence
if we do not wish to suffer passivelv a gigantic
strateelc defeat, we hall have to fight in any
case If Turkey Is attacked.
In the second nlace, besides occupying posi-
tion that protects our most valuable air bases,
Turkev 1 in the precise region, near Yugosla-
via, where we mav someday most need an ally.
In the third place, since thev are far better
armed than the Yugo'aV forces, the twenty-
five Turkish divUlon today constitute by far
?he strongest armv on th Ei"ooesn horiron
thl lde of the iron curtain. In thl connec-
tion it 1 worth noting that the famous and
heroic Turkish brigade in Korea Is regarded a
only typical by our people here.
(Copyright, 1*51, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
0
Drew Pearson says: Congressman Brehm's kickbackaliM
doesn't hold up; Brehm's agitation was apparent dur-
ing interview w.th his secretary; Communist Sunday
punch may end MacArthur debate.
WASHINGTON.Congressman Brehm' attorney. In defend-
ing him from the charge of taking kickbacks, has accused Jack
Anderson of my stall w intimidating Mr. Emma Craven, one oi
the Congressman's secretaries.
brehm's defense attorney also claims that the Congressman
did not know anything about the kickbacks of another secretary,
Mrs. Clara Sollday, until my assistant raised the kickback ques-
tion with Mrs. Craven.
The Incident is important, because it show that certain
peopie are a long way irom the truth. It also goes to the root
lact that money paid to Congressmen for the salarle of teno-
grapher Is supposed to be paid to the ladles themselves, not go
into Congressmen's pockets or political campaign chests.
Here Is exactly what happened: In January, 1950, Mr. An-*
('.crson of my staff did call at my direction at the home of Mrs.
Emma Craven to ask her about salary kickbacks which we heard
she had paid to the GOP Congressman from Ohio. The Inter-,
view was cordial. Mr. Anderson appealed to Mrs. Craven's con-i
science to tell the truth, pointing out that kickbacks were
against the law, that we haa part of the story, and would like
her help In substantiating all tne facts.
However, Mrs. craven ilatly stated that she had paid noi
money back to the Congressman. In other word, she lied. For-i
on the witness stand last, week, she stated Just the opposite, adi
mitting that she kicked back part of her salary to Brehm.
CONGRESSMAN STORMS
During Anderson's interview with Mrs. craven she went lntol
tne kitchen qn the pretense of getting some refreshments and
while there apparently telephoned tne Congressman. Shortly
threafter he came bursting in the door. At iirst he pretended
merely to have been In tne neighborhood and dropped in by I <
accident. But he was too agitated to keep up the pretense.
tot he exploded. What did Anderson mean, he stormed, by
snooping Into nls aifairsv Didn't he know that he was a right-1
ecus, honest member of Congress?
*.inm was so worked up that he shouted at Anderson fox
about five minutes. Innocent men incidentally do not usually
siorm. finally, when Brehm subsided, and Anderson was able to
get in a wora edgewise, he told the Congressman from Ohio that
it he was as innocent as he said he was, obviously there was
nothing to worry about. But Congressman Parnell Thomas also:
had protested his Innocence when we exposed nls kickbacks
only to land in Jail.
"Those who snout the loudest sometimes turn out to be thl
most guilty," Anderson remarked, and left.
Auuerson reported the whole incident to me next day and
expressed his opinion that Brehm was lying. However, it took
about nine months more to develop ail tne facts regarding
Brehm's kickbacks so that they were libel-proof and I could risk
publication. Even then, after publication of the first story on
oept. 20, 1U50, Brehm threatened to sue and called me a liar.
However, the interesting thing Is that the Congressman now
claims he did not know about the Kickbacks until Anderson called,
on Mrs. Craven in January 1950. His wile, his attorney explains,
overheard a telephone conversation between her husband and,
Mrs. Craven 11 at night and confessed to him that she had also
been receiving tome Kickback money from Mrs. Soliday, the other
secretary.
Chtef trouble with this alibi Is the way the Congressman
came storming around to Mrs. Craven's home that night, worried'
sick over the question my assistant was asking her. ,
RUSSIAN SUBMARINES
A grim warning has reached the Pentagon that the Com-:
munis is may be preparing to throw a Sunday punch at American i
bases in Korea, including an air and submarine attack. It hasi
long been known that the Russians had 60 to 75 submarines- in'
Siberian-Korean waters, plus at least 2,000 airplanes. And fear
that they might be thrown into battle Is one oi the big reason*
why the Joint Chiefs of Staff have hesitated about bombing
Chinese bases. Should Russian subs and airplanes now be uieCj
therefore, it might end the MacArthur debate before it starts, am
embroil the United States in the all-out war In Asia that Mao-.
Arthur wants. ** .
Latest Pentagon report Is that- the Communist may thrpjv
650 planes and 70 submarines into the Korean war. The plane*
are already standing by on Manchurlan airstrips, and the sub-
marines have been making mysterious moves along the China
coast. Meanwhile, the Communists have been repairing North,
Korean airfields as fast as Amelrcan planes can hammer them.'
This may be a gigantic Communist bluff, but the Joint chief'
of Staff are taking it seriously. They have already agreed to re-
taliate against Manchurlan basesregardless of boundarles-^lf '
our ground troops are seriously endangered by an enemy ali
offensive.
So far the Chinese have aimed their chief attacks at the
South Korean links in the line, where the South Korean Sixth :
Division buckled and was almost wiped out. Significantly, 43 per
cent of the front was held by South Koreans at the time of thjt
counteroffenslve.
Though the Chinese counterblow had been anticipated for i
several weeks, it was launched three to six weeks before expected, i
Nevertheless, the American had been kept on constant alert, i
and were not caught off guard.
NOTEIn spite of repeated warnings about the danger of
a Communist air offensive, American ground troops have set up
an air-raid warning net but have not bothered to camouflage
their positions by day or black out all lights at night.
1
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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Fracasa el primer empuje de los rojos
>w
Grave problema escolar crea
la extraordinaria matrcula
en las escuelas de la ciudad
Es el propsito del Ministerio "que no se deje de
matricular a ningn alumno"
El Ministro de Educacin in-1 sin matricular a ningn alumno
orm en la maana de hoy
que las cifras aproximadas que
se hablan dado en la maana
de hoy con respecto a la matri-
cula de las escuelas primarlas
y secundarias, indicaban que era
muy posible que este ao se re-
gistrara una de las poblacio-
nes escolares mayores en la
historia de la Repblica.
Manifest, asimismo, que el
anexo a la escuela Repblica
de Venezuela haba sido ya ha-
bilitado y que la Escuela Jos
de Obaldia deba estar funcio-
nando en la maana de hoy en
dicho anexo. Por otra parte, el
Ministro declar que se con-
templaba la posibilidad de vol-
ver a usar el mismo local que
antes ocupaba la escuela Jos
de Obaldia, en vista de que la
matricula de las escuelas pri-
marias es enorme.
"Es mi propsito," dlj el Mi-
nistro Urrlola, "que no se deje
ya que no debe haber descriml-
nacin de ninguna clase en las
escuelas pblicas."
Con respecto al problema del
local del Liceo de Seoritas, de-
clar que se acondicionarn va-
rios salones en la seccin que
ocupaba la residencia de la
Directora del Plantel y que si
an con esta adicin no se pue-
den colocar las alumnas, se ocu-
par un piso del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores, porque es
su propsito que ninguna de las
alumnas matriculadas en ese
colegio se quede sin dar clase.
Con respecto al problema de
los profesores, slo se espera que
se establezca cuantos faltan pa-
ra proceder a nombrarlos.
Para terminar, el Ministro
Urrlola manifest que l conti-
nuar visitando cada una de
las escuelas personalmente, con
objeto de ver cules son las ne-
cesidades de cada aula.
Anuncia Pern que La Prensa
ser entregada a los obreros
"para que cancele sus culpas"
"Fue un instrumento al servicio de todos los ex-
plotadores nacionales"
c
on
objeciones le
el Presupuesto
ser
a La
devuelto
Legislativa
Se denuncia el peligro de un
brote de malaria con motivo
del comienzo de lus lluvias
Se ha denunciado el peligro
de un brote de malaria como
resultado del comienzo de la
estacin lluviosa, segn se In-
form hoy en fuentes allegadas
al Ministerio de Salud Public.*
Al efecto, la Seccin de ia
lucha antimalrica ha proce-
dido a iniciar el riegue de DDT
en ciertas tonas del pais, con
la poca existencia con que
cuenta, pero espera que al ter-
minar este mes, se pueda ha-
cer uso de la partida desig-
nada para ia compra del men-
cionado insecticida, a efecto de
evitar que los brotes de mala-
ria sean altamente peligrosos
como hace varios aos, antes
de que se usara el riegue de
DDT.
La seccin Antimalrica In-
form que se estaban gastando
anualmente ms de ciento cin-
cuenta mil libras de DDT, y
que en la actualidad solo te-
nan existencia cinco mil, cifra
que alcanzarla para cubrir una
pequea zona en el curso del
presente mes.
BUENO AIRES, mayo 2. V-
(UP). Pern, en un dlscury
bajadores para que lo utilicen
como lo crean ms convenlen-
- promsKlado en * -miUm- *aSW
mensaje ante el Congreso, dijo:
"En este lo. de mayo, deseo
anunciar que el peridico La
Prensa, expropiado x>r ley a-
probada por el Congreso Na-
cional, ser entregado a los tra-
Es una amenaza
local escolar
en Coln
COLON, mayo 2. (RCS) Es
una amenaza preocupante la
escuela Repblica de Bolivia en
esta ciudad.
En visita que efectuara en' el
dia de ayer este corresponsal
a la escuela antes menciona-
da, pudo constatar el desas-
troso estado de un casern vie-
jo, que de no aer por los ban-
cos y pupitres que en ella se
encontraban, podramos pensar
que era un edificio condenado.
Esta escuela ha sido reparada
en mltiples ocasiones, pero es-
ta vez, no hay la seguridad de
repararla porque su estructura
est tan deteriorada que no se
hace fcil la misma.
La matrcula de la citada es-
cuela segn fuimos informados,
es mayor a la de aos ante-
riores registrando un aumento
no menos de 1,255 alumnos que
coacurren a este plantel en
busca de la savia del saber.
dlco, que durante aos explot
a los trabajadores y a los po-
bres; que fue un Instrumento
al servicio de todos los explo-
tadores de los intereses nacio-
nales; que representaba la ms
desfachatada traicin a la pa-
tria, debe pagar su culpa sir-
viendo al pueblo, propagando
sus justas reivindicaciones y de-
fendiendo sus derechos sobera-
nos".
El Presidente continu dicien-
do: "Todo esto se har por la
decisin libre y absolta del pue-
blo argn Uno, en nombre y de-
fensa de la libertad que l
desea, de acuerdo con las leyes
y la constitucin que l esta-
bleci y que ahora est prote-
giendo, sin pensar si a otros
les gusta o no su gesto y ac-
titud de libertad soberana".
Al final de su discurso Pe-
rn anunci, al Igual que aos
anteriores, que el dos de mayo
ser un dia feriado para los tra-
bajadores.
CIRCULACIN PAGAD*
AYER MAS DE
21,500
Se encarg hoy de
Hacienda y Tesoro
don R. Herbruger
El Ministro de Hacienda y
Tesoro, don Rodolfo Herbruger
se encarg en la maana de
hoy del Despacho de Hacienda
y Tesoro, al cual ce haba se-
parado hace varias aera; as,
para realiiar ciertas comisiones
en el exterior.
Dorante la aasencla del Mi-
nistro Herbruger ocup el car-
go de Ministro, Don Jos C. de
Obaldia, titular de Gobierno y
Justicia.
MacArthur considera que el
Secretario Dean Acheson es
culpable de su destitucin
Pero se tiene entendido que no formular una
acusacin contra l en el Senado
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (UP)
Se ha sabido que el General
MacArthur ha Informado a sus
confidentes que considera al o'-
cretarie de Estado Dean Ache-
son cpmo principal responsaoie
e su destitucin.
Slnembargo, personas que hun
hablado con MacArthur ltima-
mente, dijeron que ste no tie-
ne ni el deseo ni la intencin
de acusar a Acheson cuanto
declare ante los Investigador
del Senado maana.
A pesar del poco Inters que
llene MacArthur de mencionar
a Acheson, es posible que ten-
ga que hacerlo bajo la Intensa
presin de los miembros Repu-
blicanos del comit Investigador
durante el interrogatorio-
A ste respecto se recueras
que MacArthur en sus declara-
ciones y entrevistas que culmi-
naron con su destitucin poi el
Presidente Truman el 10 de A
bill, constantemente declaraba
que sus' manos estaban atadas
en la lucha de la guerra de Cu-
rea, pendiente de las decisiones
> autoridades ms altas, tales
"diplomticos, estadistas
Desean prrroga
hasta el 21 para
pagar la matrcula
La asamblea general de estu-
diantes que se celebr el vier-
nes 27. de abril, dio su apro-
bacin al nombramiento de una
comisin que debe entrevistarse
con el Rector de la Universi-
dad para discutir en torno al
problema econmico de la mis-
ma.
El pasado lunes 30 los Inte-
grantes de dicha comisin se
reunieron y decidieron volver
hacerlo hoy a las 4.30 p.m. en
el Edificio de Humanidades. Di-
chos estudiantes estn intere-
sados en la consecusin de do-
cumentos y memoriales hechos
en relacin con el funciona-
miento econmico de nuestra
ms alta casa de estudios.
Por el momento, la comisin
mencionada pedir a la admi-
nistracin que se prolongue el
perodo de matrcula sin recar-
go alguno hasta el dia 21 de
mayo prximo, ya que en esa
forma los dias perdidos con
motivo del pronunciamiento de
la masa estudiantil en torno al
alza de la matricula, se recu-
perarn sin perjuicio alguno
para el estudiante universitario.
Cualquier estudiante puede a-
sistlr esta tarde a la sesin de
la comisin.
Sern vacunados
contra la viruela
todos los alumnos
El Director de Salud Pblica,
Dr. Roberto Sandoval, Inform
en la maana de hoy que desde
este mes se proceder a vacunar
contra la viruela a todos los
alumnos de las Escuelas de la
Repblica.
Agreg el doctor Sandoval que
esta medida se viene realizando
anualmente y que este ao se
tratar de cubrir un rea mayor
que en aos anteriores.
Con respecto a las. vacunas
para la fiebre amarilla, aadi
que stas serian enviadas a la
mayor brevedad posible, a la
Provincia de Chlrlq, para que
sean vacunadas todas las per-
sonas de las zonas donde hay
peligro de que puedan darse ca-
sos de fiebre amarilla.
Hicieron sus camas
los turistas ayer
en la Argentina
BUENOS AIRES, Mayo 2 (UP
ios turistas en los hoteles de
Buenos Aires hicieron sus pro-
pias camas mientras las sir-
vientas participaban en la fi.s-
ta del lo. de Mayo- Los propic-
iarlos y jefes de personal de
-os hoteles sirvieron el desuvu-
no y almuerzo a base 'de
fiambres.
Las muchedumbres que llega-
ron en trenes especiales gia-
tis procedentes del interior, po-
dan obtener bocadillos y re
Irescos en kioskos Instalados en
las aceras cerca de la Plaza de
Mayo.
Se considera que
es muy alta la
suma calculada
El Presupuesto de Rentas y
Gastos de la actual vigencia,
que fue aprobado el lunes l-
timo en tercer debate por la
Comisin Legislativa Perma-
nente, no habia sido sanciona-
do en la maana de hoy por
el Presidente de la Repblica,
y en fuentes enteradas se da-
ba por seguro que seria de-
vuelto a dicha comisin con ob-
jeciones.
El Presupuesto de gastos, co-
mo ha Informado este peridi-
co, fue fijado en una suma de
treinta y tres millones y medio
de balboas, la cual se estim
muy alta para las entradas que
ha venido registrando el Te-
soro Nacional. Sin embargo, la
creencia de que era imposible
hacer ms recortes, la Comi-
sin Legislativa, luego de reba-
jar parcialmente algunos suel-
dos y reducir algunas partidas
globales, lo aprob como que-
da dicho.
81 el rgano Ejecutivo de-
vuelve el Presupuesto objeta-
do a la Comisin Legislativa,
sta tendr que considerar cada
una de las objeciones e Impar-
tirles su aprobacin o impro-
bacin. No se ha sabido cul
seria el status del nuevo pre-
supuesto en caso de que la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente
negare las objeciones que el r-
gano Ejecutivo haga al actual
presupuesto.
En el seno de la Comisin
Legislativa se ignoraba en la
maana de hoy al el Ejecuti-
vo devolvera el Presupuesto.
Ventlase el 9
denuncia contra
dos Magistrados
LaBeach impone
record mundial
en Australia
MELBOURNE, Australia. Ur-
gente. (UP) El panameo
Lloyd LaBeach ha sido acre-
ditado oficialmente por la Li-
ga Atltlea Victoriana eon el
"record" mundial para las 130
yardas con un tiempo de 11.96
segundos en el final del Cen-
tenario de Bendigo con un
premio de nnos 3,000 dlares
el 12 de Mano. LaBeach ter-
min cuarto, dndole al gaoa-
nador una ventaja de 8-3 4
yardas.
El "record" anterior de 12
segundos fu establecido por
el australiano Jack Donaldson
en 1911.
N. de la R. Aunque LaBeach
termin coarto, se le acredita
el "rcord" por haberle dado
a sus adversarios ana ventaja
de 8-3-4 yardas, pues all se
toman tiempos individuales.
Presentan reclamo
por $24.000 por
curioso accidente
Una demanda por 24,000 d-
lares, como resultado de un
curioso accidente euto.OBVl.5iiW-
co ocurrido el 13 de may del
pasado, ha sido puesta contra
Morris R. Collins y Stanford
W. Campbell en la Zona del
Canal. El demandante es el 8r.
Norman Johnson, de Gamboa,
siendo representado por su abo-
gado Norman Archer.
Segn explica el demandan-
te, a eso de las cinco de la
tarde del 13 de mayo de 1950,
l se encontraba viajando en
un "Jeep" de propiedad de Co-
llins, el cual era usado fre-
cuentemente por Campbell. El
"jeep" se qued parado en una
cuesta en el Camino Madden,
Collins dej a Johnson y otro
La Comisin Legislativa Per- acompaante en el 'Jeep' mien-
manente aplazo para el mir-;tras iba en busca de un re-
Sangrando por la prdida de
70.000 hombres se retiraron
destrozados sus ejrcitos
El General James Van Fleet anuncia "una gran
victoria para las Naciones Unidas"
TOKIO, Mayo 2 primera fase de la ofensiva
comunista de primavera en
Corea ha terminado "con una
gran victoria para las Nacio-
nes Unidas", de acuerdo con
el General James A- Van Fleet,
Comandante del Octavo Ejcr
cito.
Van Fleet hablaba, mientras
las fuerzas de patrulla de las
Naciones U n idas probaban
hasta cinco millas delante de
aus lineas buscando contacto
con los elusivos rojos.
LOs comunistas se encuenlran
sangrando por la prdida de
ms de 70,000 hombres en la
primera etapa de su ofensiva,
y se han retirado a unas 20 ml-
hu- en algunos sectores, pava
reorganizar sus fuerzas para el
segundo asalto. Se espera que
los rojos vuelvan a atacar den-
tro de unos tres o cinco dias.
"Hemos castigado a los co-
munistas severamente", declar
Van Fleet a los periodistas en
Corea, despus de haber visita-
do al 10. Cuerpo en el frente.
Van Fleet dijo: "El enemigo
ha fracasado en la primera e-
lapa de su ofensiva, habiendo
pagado un alto precio. La pri-
mero parte de la batalla ha
terminado en una gran victoria
para las Naciones Unidas".
Dijo que cree que la ofensiva
roja fu destinada a obtener
una pronta decisin militar en
Corea y que "ciertamente es
parte del plan para destruir
las fuerzas aliadas o arrojarlas
al mar".
Una gran fuerza blindada
norteamericana estuvo pene-
trando en la tierra .de nadie al
norte de Sel y finalmente en-
contr a un batalln comunis-
ta unos 800 hombres acam-
pados alrededor de Uijongou a
11 millas al norte de la ex-ca-
pltal surcoreana y a unas cinco
millas al frente de las lineas a-
liadas.
Los tanques encontraron un
intenso fuego a lo largo del
camino, pero salieron IntacioS,
derribando varios caones co-
munistas-
En el frente oriental, otro ba-
talln comunista atac a las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
al este y sur-este de Inje, a 5
millas al norte del Paralelo 38.
Otras dos compaas comunis-
tas atacaron a las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas al este de
Inje.
Las tropas de las Naciones
Unidas en el frente central re-
pelieron un ligero ataque comu-
nista al norte de Hongchon en
la oscuridad antes del amane-
cer de hoy. Pero un comunica-
do del Octavo Ejrcito dijo que
las patrullas aliadas estn ari-
cando delante del grueso de sus
iuerzas sin encontrar oposicin.
En el frente central es en
donde se cree que los rojos se
estn concentrando para la
prxima fase de su ofensiva ;
Aviones de reconocimiento in-
formaron que los cerros alre-
(Paea a la recia a. Col 1)
Denuncian corrupcin politic
de escndalo que envuelve en
los EE. UU. a altos funcionarios
El ex-Alcalde de Nueva York y los Gobernadore
de Florida y Missouri son los indiciados
coles 9 de los corrientes a las
diez de la maana la discusin
de una denuncia presentada por
el 8r. Carlos Mir Guardia con-
tra los Magistrados Francisco
Filos y Carlos Blebarach.
Para ese dia han sido citados
los miembros de la Comisin
Codificadora, el Procurador Ge-
neral de la Nacin, al Dr. Felipe
Juan Escobar y a los Magistra-
dos, Seores Filos y Blebarach.
Una brasilea es la
mujer de todas las
Americas en 1951
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 2 (UP)
La cientfica y escritora Bra-
silea Dra. Bertha Lutz, ha sido
escogida como la ganadora del
premio de "La Mujer de las
Americas de 1951" por la Socie-
dad Mujeres Unidas de las
Americas.
Bl premio ser entregado al
Cnsul General en Nueva Vork.! como
J. Berenguer Csar, quien re- delineadores de la poltica",
presentar a la Dra. Lutz en Estn circulando rumores no
las ceremonias que se celebra- -onfirmados que sea cual fu.re duelo de Antn, en reemplazo
ras el Domingo en Nueva York. (rasa a la Pag. , CoL i) de Juan VJcto
E. de la Guardia
nombrado arquitecto
en Obras Pblicas
El Departamento de Prensa
y Radio comunic a 'El Pana-
m Amrica" los siguientes
nombramientos hechos en va-
rias dependencias del Gobierne
Nacional:
Se nombra a Ernesto de la
Guardia ni, Arquitecto de la
Seccin de Diseos y Construc-
ciones del Ministerio de Obi as
rblicas, en reemplazo de Gui-
llermo de Roux.
Se hace un contrato con el
seor Flix Aguilera Caldern,
para prestar servicios como In-
geniero Agrnomo, por un af.o
en el Instituto Agrcola de Di-
visa.
Se nombra al seor Rodolfo
Vlllamonte, Capataz en la dic-
cin de Campaa Antrmalrlca,
i.n reemplazo del seor Grirr.al-
do Vlllamonte, quien falleci
Se nombra al seor Flix Co-
rrea. Administrador del Acu-
La Corte Suprema declara
inconstitucional artculo
que prohibe la buhonera
Pero dice que su ejercicio puede ser
restringido por autoridad alcajdicia
dentro de las facultades que posee
Ser inaugurado el
Instituto Moderno
hoy a las 6:00 p.m.
Esta tarde a las seis, tendr
lugar en el aula mxima del
Instituto Nacional, el acto so-
lemne de fundacin del Insti-
tuto Moderno, escuela secunda-
rla nocturna que habr de fun-
cionar este ao con un primer
ciclo y un segundo ciclo de
Liceo Comercial completos, a-
demas de cursos vocaclonales.
H acto de fundacin del Ins-
tituto Moderno ser presidido
por S. E. el seor Ministro de
Educacin, profesor Cristbal
Adn de Urrlola.
El Instituto Moderno ser un
colegio incorporado, cuyos di-
plomas de bachiller y perito
mercantil tendrn valor oficial
y sern reconocidos por la Uni-
versidad en Igualdad de con-
diciones a los que expiden plan-
teles oficiales como el Ii.stltu-
El artculo 13 de la Ley 24
de 1941 que dice: "Queda prohi-
bido en el territorio de la Re-
pblica la buhonera, salvo que
se trate de productos naciona-
les", fue declarado inconstitu-
cional por la Corte Suprema de
Justicia, despus que el doctor
Demetrio A. Porras, en repre-
sentacin del Sindicato de Bu-
honeros y Similares, pidi a la
Corte la declaratoria de in-
constitucionalidad.
La Corte aclara que la buho-
nera puede ser restringida por
la autoridad alcaldicla, con mi-
ras a desahogar y evitar obs-
trucciones en el trnsito de pe-
destres por las aceras o a ase-
gurar el libre acceso a los es-
tablecimientos de comercio y la
proteccin contra Incomodida-
des y tropiezos a sus clientes
y por otras causas que caen
dentro de las facultades corres-
pondientes de la primera auto-
ridad del Distrito.
Al analizar la Corte el aspec-
to constitucional, dice:
"Cabe deducir que la buhone-
ra puede ser limitada, restrin-
gida, esto es reglamentada por
la ley en lo relativo a idonei-
dad, moralidad, seguridad, y sa-
lud pblica; pero no puede ser
to Nacional y la Escuela Pro-
fesional.
El Instituto Moderno iniciar I prohibida en la forma absolu-
sus actividades con unos cua- | la que entraa la disposicin
trocientos estudiantes y un gru- legal que se acusa. La prohibi-
po de veinte profesores El Rec cin que trae dicho inciso a
tfasa a la Pagina t coi. > J (rasa a la Pag, a, CeJ, i>
molque.
Poco tiempo despus, Collins
regres manejando un camin,
atando el 'Jeep' a ste para re-
molcarlo. Campbell tom la di-
reccin del "jeep" mientras Co-
llins lo remolcaba con el ca-
min.
Sin embargo, el cable de re-
molque estaba mal atado, y Co-
llins no manejaba adecuada-
mente el camin, por lo que a
cada rato hacia dar saltos al
"jeep". Como consecuencia de
esto, el cable de remolque se
solt y el "Jeep" cay en una
zanja, incendindose.
Johnson fue arrojado fuera
del "jeep", quedando aprisio-
nado debajo del vehculo, su-
friendo quemaduras en la ti-
bia derecha y fracturndose
una pierna.
Johnson ha estado hospitali-
zado desde la fecha del acci-
dente, y ha sufrido tres ipera-
cloneic teniendo que quedarse
en cama otros seis meses. Este
pide 20,000 dlares por sufri-
miento y dolores, $4,434.60 por
prdida de salarios, $150 por
cuenta de mdicos y $100 por
oros gastos mdicos.
Lleg del Polo
Sur fragata de
guerra francesa
El Comandante y los oficiales
del buque expedicionario fran-
cs, "Comandante Charcof hi-
cieron esta maana una visita
a las autoridades panameas
acompaados por representar-
es diplomticos de su pais.
El buque francs se encuen-
tra anclado en Balboa proce-
dente de la regin Antartica
donde permaneci por espacio
de un ao, realizando trabajos*
ae Investigacin cientfica. El
buque esta comandado por el
Capitn Goua y dirigi los tra-
bajos de investigacin el Co-
mandante Sapin Houstre.
La nave permanecer en B'-
boa hasta el viernes cuando pa-
te el Canal -para seguir mineo
a puerto francs. La oficiali-
dad y tripulacin visitarn cs-
WASHDNGTON, Mayo 2 (UP)
La Comisin Senatorial que
Investig las actividades crimi-
nales en Estados Unidos acus
al ex-Alcalde de Nueva York
y actual Embajador en Mxico,
William D'Dwyer de haber
"contribuido" al desarrollo de
las actividades de grupos cri-
minales.
Inmediatamente, el dirigente
Republicano. Senador Kenneth
Wherry pidi que O'Dwyer fue-
ra separado de su cargo de Em-
bajador y sometido a juicio.
O'Dwyer, en Mxico, declar
que no deseaba hacer "por
ahora" declaraciones sobre el
informe de comisin, agregando
que quizs hiciera algunas ma-
nifestaciones 'posteriormente".
El Informe de la Comisin que
estuvo presidida por el Senador
Demcrata. Estes Kefauver, de-
ca que O'Dwyer contribuy al
desarrollo de las actividades de
grupos criminales en Nueva
York y "puso trabas" a las in-
vestigaciones sobre las mismas.
La Comisin tambin acus al
Gobernador de Florida, Fuller
Warren y el de Missouri. Forrest
Smith, y pidi que se inicie cau-
sa por perjurio contra el '-*Jefe
de pandilleros" Frank Costello
como- paso previo a su deporta-
cin.
(Pasa a la Pt S. CoL 71
Esta tarde ser el
sepelio del Sr. Dn.
Antonio Cambotti
A avanzada edad falleci en
esta ciudad el conocido caba-
llero don Antonio Gambottl,
tronco de una honorable fami-
lia de Panam.
El sepelio del seor Gambottl
se llevar a cabo esta tarde a
las cuatro y media, partiendo
de la Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
Presentamos nuestra slncer*
voz de condolencia a sus deu-
dos doa Josefina Branca viuda
de Gambottl. don Pal Gam-
bottl v seora v don Roberto P-
rez y seora Lucie Gambottl de
Prez. i
Irn dice que su gobierno le
pagar a Gran Bretaa el
petrleo que ha expropiado
Y que los "viejos clientes" sern preferidos en las
compras de ese combustible
TEHERAN, mayo 2. OJPi.
Un portavoz del Gobierno de
Irn dijo que su Gobierno pa-
gar a Gran Bretaa cuando
expropie la Compaa Anglo-
Iranla de Petrleo ordenada por
la ley de nacionalizacin.
El doctor Ahmed All Ansari.
portavoz del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores de Irn, di-
Jo que su Gobierno no tiene
intenciones de expropiarse in-
debidamente de la compaa y
que "la propiedad ser adqui-
rida mediante compensacin".
El plan de nacionalizacin s-
lo necesita la firma del Sha
para entrar en vigor. Este fue
aprobado por ambas Cmaras
del Congreso a pesar de las vi-
gorosas protestas del Gobierno
Britnico.
Ansari asegur que "los vie-
jos clientes" tendrn prioridad
en las compras de petrleo
cuando Irn se encargue de la
compaa. Estos "viejos dien-
ta tarda, la ciudad. _". ^ .. Tase a la Pag. . CoL i;
Asociacin Nal.
de Radiodifusin
condena a Pern
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (17P *V.
La Asociacin Nacional ce
Radiodifusin y Televisin de
Estados Unidos deplor la me-
dida del Gobierno Argentino da
la clausura y expropiacin le
diarlo Independiente'La Prensa.
La resolucin adoptada por
la Asociacin, que Incluye ei.-
tre sus miembros las figuras
ns destacadas de la radio f
televisin de Estados Unld-is,
expres su solidaridad con "La
Prensa" e hizo constar su pM-
testa contra "la dlcadura que
ha hecho este oneroso ata^i.e
contra la libertad de comuni-
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3. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDrPENDIENTt.
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MIRCOLES. MAYO 4, lSl
PanamaAmrca
HABI 1NDEPEKDIENT
HARMOOIO ARIAS. oimciO
EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. . A.
TlLtPONO 2-0740 (CfNTRAl PRIVADA) APARTADO POSTAL NO. 134
IN BUB TALLERES SITUADOS EN ESTA CIUDAD. CALLE H. NO. 87
RECONOCIMIENTO NACIONAL AL CLUB
DE LEONES DE PANAMA
El pas entero ha sido testigo de la labor desa-
rrollada por el meritorio Club de Leones de Pana-
m en beneficio de la comunidad. Con ejemplar em-
peo se ha propuesto esta entidad realizar progra-
mas de trabajo, los cuales, al ser cristalizados, han
dejado una magnfica realizacin social.
No es necesario entrar en detalles sobre el en-
tusiasmo y la eficiencia que los leones panameos
han demostrado. Seguramente no habr quien des-
conozca esa vehemencia al servicio del bien y ese
constante esfuerzo de ellos para plasmar obras de
positivo beneficio comunal.
No hace mucho tiempo tuvo lugar la solemne
inauguracin del Hospital del Nio que constituye,
sin duda alguna, la obra cumbre del Club de Leo-
nes de Panam. Como es sabido, el prestigio de
esa empresa, tanto por su magnitud material como
por la generosidad que envuelve, ha sido objeto de
muy satisfactorios comentarios en el exterior. En
la actualidad los nios panameos ya estn disfru-
tando de ese centro de salud que ha venido a llenar
un importante cometido en favor de la colectividad.
i
Recientemente el Club de Leones emprendi
otra obra, siempre en la lnea de asistencia social,
la cual est rindiendo ya los frutos que se espera-
ban. Nos referimos a las Colonias Infantiles de Ve-
rano puestas al servicio de nuestra niez con es-
plndidos resultados.
Estos centros de distraccin significan para
centenares de nios un refugio que les permite en
determinada temporada del ao gozar de expansio-
nes espirituales y del recreo indispensable para
ayudar a su desarrollo fsico.
Ante una gestin de tan vastas proporciones
dentro de la relatividad de nuestro medio, sera muy
justo un reconocimiento nacional hacia el Club de
Leones de Panam que sirva como un estmulo pa-
ra una institucin que ha logrado tan buenos tra-
bajos de ndole social mediante un elevado espritu
cvico y un alto concepto patritico.
Seguramente la icnuiiudad enter apestar indis-
puesta a colaborar con quienes se encarguen de dar-
le cima a este homenaje, y las entidades que ya se
han manifestado en ese sentido podran juntar vo-
luntades y esfuerzos para obtener el mayor xito
posible en ese homenaje nacional que se merece el
Club de Leones de Panam.
~*lx
i i ILLAS
Universitarias
Por #. 2). m
En el da de ayer tuvimos el
placer de conocer al doctor Ma-
nuel Moreno, catedrtico de A-
nalomia Humana de la Escuela
de Medicina de Panama, qaien
fue contratado por la l'niver-
idad para ejercer este delica-
do careo. En nuestra amena
conversacin con este destaca-
do aleo, pudimos distinguir
las cualidades que adornan la
personalidad del doctor More-
no. "He llenado a ranama',
nos dice, "con muchos deseos
de contribuir a formar, a edu-
car a los Jvenes que deseen
iniciarse en la difcil carrera
de la medicina. Desde hace mu-
jeho tiempo Panam se ha ga-
nado una reputacin por el
cuerpo mdico Idneo que ha
presentado e| Hospital Santo
Toms. Se consideraba este pals
algo asi como una meca de la
medicina, con un centro medi-
co de mucha reputacin, y erai
muy natural que se aprovecha-!
ra esto para fundar una Facul-
tad de Medicina. Panam ofrece
campos, experimentales, muy
vastos, el interior de la Rep-
blica ser favorecido muchsi-
mo y sin lugar a dudas Iba re-
sultados de la Escuela de Me-
dicina pronto se dejarn sen-
tir aqu".
%
"Panam es un pas que cre-
ce a pasos agigantados y aho-
ra con la instalacin de la
Facultad de Medicina se viene
a completar el sistema educa-
tional que coloca a la Unlver-,
sidad entre una de las mejores
de la Amrica Latina".
El doctor Moreno es oriundo
del Ecuador, hizo sus estudios
de medicina en la Universidad
de Pars. En 1937 se hizo'acree-
dor a la Medalla de Plata de
la Universidad de Pars al pre-
sentar una brillante tesis, lies-
empeaba el cargo de ayudante
de Anatoma en dicha Univer-
sidad. "Siempre haba acaricia-
do la idea de visitar este pas".
Por tal motivo estoy muy agra-
decido del cuerpo de profeso-
res de la Universidad de Pa-
nam y especialmente del doc-
tor Octavio Mender Pereira,
CON SU MSICA A OTRA PARTE Por Al dor
Chevalier ha Sido
Rechazado en los
EU.porComunista
PARIS, mayo 2. En Fran-
cia ha causado grande Impre-
sin el hecho de que se hu-
llera prohibido a Maurice Che-
valier la entrada a los Estados
Unidos. Chevalier ha sido uno
de los actores franceses ms
populares en Hollywood en los
ltimos aos. Pas casi toda la
guerra en los Estados Unidos
y an. se dijo que pensaba ha-
cerse ciudadano americano.
Chevalier es sin duda el ac-
Itor del "Music Hall" ms po-
pular que ha habido en Fran-
cia en los ltimos 25 aos. Em-
pez a hacerse clebre antes
de la primera guerra mundial:
de 1920 1930 fue dolo de
los pblicos parisienses; luegr
su vida la dedic ms que to-
do al cine. Actualmente tiene
sesenta y tres aos.
"Debemos ir pensando ya en
el hombre americano", dice
el Embajador Henrquez B.
Pronunci un interesante discurso en el acto de
presentacin de sus credenciales
Publicamos a continuacin el
discurso pronunciado por el
Embajador de Panam en Cos-
ta Rica, seor don Pantalen
Henrquez Berna! al entregar
sus cartas credenciales:
E*cmo. seor Presidente:
hecho gala nuestros pases se
mantengan en el ms alto pla-
no.
Ya en una ocasin, y cuando
en mi calidad de Presidente
de la Cmara Legislativa da
Panam, tuve la oportunidad de
visitar, en misin de buena vo-
luntad, algunos paites de la
Amrica Central, propugn an-
te la Asamblea de este pals.
Las mejores y estrechas rela-
ciones que siempre han existi-
do entre vuestro pais y mi pa-
tria, me feacen sentirme com- dtda nuestra similitud de eos-
placido y orgulloso en esta o- tumbres, idioma, religin y Im-
portunidad en que presento a
Vuestra Excelencia, las Cartas
Credenciales que me acreditan
ante Vuestro Gobierno, como
Embajador Extraordinario y Ple-
nipotenciario, con que me han
distinguido el Excmo. seor Pre-
sidente de Panam, doctor Ar-
nulfo Arias Madrid. Al hacer-
lio pongo en vuestras manos
El Departamento de Estado tambin, las Cartas de Retiro

El comunismo no sabe curar
pero si explotar los niales
socio-econmicos del mundo
ha explicado la medida toma-
da contra Chevalier por el he-
cho de haber firmado ste un
manifiesto de la pa:: elaborad
y preconizado por los comunis-
tas y por haber participado en
varias fiestas destinadas a re-
cager dineros para el partido
comunista francs. Che valier
declar que nunca haba sido
miembro del partido comunis-
ta, pero agreg que haba "com-
promiso de amistades de que
era muy difcil zafarse". Esta
declaracin agrav todava ms
la situacin de Chevalier, quien
no pudo desembarcar en Nue-
va York y tuvo que dirigirse
a Montreal, en donde est tra-
bajando en uno de los prin-
cipales teatros.
de mi antecesor, que en forma
tan brillante supo mantener las
relaciones entre estos dos pases
hermanos, que son Coata Rica
y Panam.
A un panameo, de manera
especial, le complace llevar la
re;#esentacin de su pais ante
el Gobierno de Costa Rica, por
la tradicional amistad que siem-
pre nos ha unido, ya que sien-
do pases limtrofes, esas rela-
ciones de amistad se han he-
cho cada dia ms estrechas
hasta el punto de que los pa-
nameos nos sentimos en Cos-
ta Rica como en nuestra propia
tierra y en mi patria consi-
deramos a los ciudadanos cos-
ta de caractersticas, poique
pensramos ya en el hombre
americano, poniendo a un lado
las fronteras. Dije entonces, y
considero ideal esta oportuni-
dad para repetirlo, que nuestros
pases deban dictar leyes si-
milares, en cuanto a Inmigra-
cin, aduanas, etc., a fin de
que los ciudadanos americanos
necesitaran en cualquier pais
de la Amrica que visitaran,
como nica credencial: su hon-
radez, hombra de bien y dig-
nidad. Vos, Excelentsimo seor
Presidente, con vuestros gesto
de verdadero amigo de rol pa-
tria y de los dems paites de
la Amrica habis sido cam-
pen de esos principios.
Srvame esta oportunidad pa-
ra expresaros el saludo y con-
sideraciones especiales del Ex-
celentsimo seor Presidente de
mi patria, doctor Arnulfo A-
rias Madrid, para vos, personal-
mente y para todo el pueblo
de Costa Rica a quien digna-
mente representis.
tarrlcenaea como panameos.
! Vos mismo, Excelentsimo seor *ue nuestros pases estrechen
Major sorpresa todava, que, Presidente, tenis un puesto es-cad d ms sus lazos de a-
!^J,CUr,riv0 'Chevaer ha'cau- j pd"^^le "atn^en'a es- mistad, que nuestras patrias se
hB 2mmIlUe tampoco;tima de todos mis concludada-
1 h?* p'5?ifd? desembarcar nos, que siempre han sabido
EL U.UB DE GOLF DE PANAMA, S. A.
ANUNCIA
Que a partir del Jueves, 3 de Mayo de 1951, ofrecer a
las Seoras de los socios del club, un T precedido de un
Juego de Cartas, los Jueves de cada semana, desde las
2 de la tarde en adelant.
LA GERENCIA.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 -,fuerza que no solo puede pro-
,(17818). El comunismo sabe meter a los trabajadores una
quienes hicieron posible mi ve- cmo explotar los males so- vida mejor sino cumplir una
nlda a Panam. Siento mucha cales y econmicos del mundo,! promesa".
simpata por el doctor Mndez! pero no sabe cmo resolverlos, i Ms adelante Potofsky agre-
por la magnifica obra empren- declara Jacob S. Potofsky, pre-lga: "Nosotros los miembros del
dida a favor
panamea.
de la educacin
"Lot alumnos que inicien sus
estudios de Medicina deben a- tantes de los Estados Unidos.
sldente del Comit Internado-. CIO aprovechamos la oportuni-
nal del Congreso de Organiza-1 dad del Primero de Mayo de
clones Industriales, una de las 1951 para reafirmar nuestra so-
entidades obreras ms lmpor-1 lidaridad con el movimiento o-
Ti"v ar
Id espera ua trabajo
duo; la carrer de la
En declaracin preparada coa
motivo del primero de mayo,
medicina no es solamente un |DIa Internacional del. Trabajo,
compromiso, debe tomarse co- Potofsky dice:
o . verdadera misin ... "La democrcla es la nica
IT'V ,P,ra. r," 21 M-to*.. T como
quiere que el estudiante est el amigo mayor".
dotado de un sentido especial Con respecto a los cursos nos
de responsabilidad. En mi ten- " i)f todos se amoldan a
drn los estudiantes un amigo,
brero del mundo libre, y para
declarar nuevamente la Inten-
cin de los trabajadores ameri-
canos de tener una participa-
cin ms activa en los asuntos
mundiales.
"Sabemos que la solidaridad
que buscamos no puede obte-
nerse por medio de meras re-
soluciones oficiales, sino que
debe ser obtenida a costa de
dispuesto a servirle a. la altura
las ms estrictas normas y que I ardua labor y a travs de los
a experiencia demostrar si ha-acontecimientos diarios,
br necesidad de hacer algunas; "Tenemos el propsito de tra-
reformas. "El plan de estudios bajara directamente con los o-
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en las emisoras de la
Radio Programa Continental
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cesa, cuyo revelacin fue un a-
contecimlento hace dos aos y
quien quien en 1950 fue el ma-
yor xito teatral de Pars. Pa-
rece que su fracasa se debi
a que Viajaba en compaa de
Chevalier.
Apoyo areo darn
a los ejrcitos
mixtos en Europa
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (UH)
Los Jefes de las Tuerzas acieas
oe Estados Unidos, Canao
Francia y oran Bretaa, se
reunirn hoy en WashingUm
para ver qu pueden hacer pa-
ra darle apoyo areo al Ejrci-
to del Pacto del Atlntico del
Norte en Europa Occidental
La Fuerza Area de Estados
Unidos slo dijo que los Jets
de las-fuerzas areas aliadas
se reunirn "para discutir asun-
tos de Inters mutuo", pero u-
r.o de los principales trabajos
para la dcltnsa de Europa que
ueda por hacer es el apoyo
areo para las 40 Divisiones de
Infantera que el General El-
senhower tiene planeadas para
la defensa de Europa.
Hasta ahora, no se ha hedi
apreciar vuestros rasgos de a-
mlstad y de simpata para nues-
tra patria. Por eso Excelent-
simo seor, podis tener la se-
guridad da que en el desem-
peo de mi misin pondr to-
dos los esfuerzos porque esas
relaciones de que siempre han
nada para la preparacin de la
defensa area conjunta de Eu-
ropa, aunque Rusia tiene untt
poderosa fuerza area que eJtfl
siendo aumentada constanic-
.nente.
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CT. PANAMA AMERICA MiAltto rttUBrKNDIEim
El menosprecio de
Rusia por la ONU
citado por EE.UU.
PARIS, Mayo i (UBIS)
Mientras trabajan Intensamen-
te por obtener un temario a-
proplado para una posible con-
ferencia de ministros de rela-
ciones exteriores de las cuatro
grandes potencias, los delega-
dos de los Estados Unidos han
sealado el menosprecio de la
Unin sovitica para con las
Naciones Unidas y los princi-
pios de su Carta. Al hablar en
la 40a. sesin de la reunin de
delegados de los cancilleres de
Estados Unidos. Oran Bretaa,
Francia y la Unin Sovitica, el
embajador Phillip C. Jessup se
refiri al asunto de Trieste.
"Tanto en este asunto, co-
mo lo he indicado antes, como
con respecto a todo el esfuer-
zo en el terreno de los arma-
mentos, los argumentos presen-
tados por el delegado sovitico
nos llevan a la conclusin de
que el Gobierno sovitico des-
acata los esfuerzos de las Na-
ciones Unidas en el terreno de
la preservacin de la paz".
Cazas de reaccin
a chorro operarn
en bases francesas
PARIS, Mayo 2 (UP) So
anunci que los cazas de reac-
cin a chorro de las Fucizas
Areas norteamericanas opera-
ran por. piimear vez en ran
escala desde bases Francesas y
Belgas con motivo de mai..c-
bras areas que se celebrarn
en el mes de Mayo y en las
cuales participarn escuadri-
llas de siete naciones.
El objeto de esas maniobras
es comprobar la eficacia de las
defensas de Europa Occidental.
El Grupo Regional de la or-
ganizacin del Tratado del A-
Untlco del Norte Inform we
los cazas a reaccin norteame-
ricanos operarn desde bases en
Reims, Francia y Flornnes, B, '-
glea. Las maniobras se realiza-
rn del 21 al 26 de Mayo y
pondrn a prueba los sistemas
ce defensa antiarea de los
pases de Europa Occidental.
Mientras tanto, se ha revein-
de que estn trazando planes
para equipar a muchas de as
naciones miembros de la Or-
sanlzacin del Pacto del Atla.i-
tico con equipo norteamericano.
FAGINA TlOt,
Trasladan aun cabo porque
cambios de temperatura le
afectan una plancha metlica
fracturado el crneo en un ac-
cidente automovilstico en 1947
Webb, tras recibir el disparo,
cay al suelo Inconsciente, pe-
ro poco despus recobr el co-
nocimiento y se uni r. sus com-
paeros. Ahora han tenido
enviarlo a las Filipinas pe
los bruscos cambios de tem
n '"irpT dilaten y
gen la plancha metlica
. iiuiiix.e uojores de cabeza.
MARINOS CHILENOS EN EL PANAMA. Una nota grfica en el Patio del Hotel EL PANAMA
de una delegacin de Tripulacin de la Marina de Chile que se dirige a Filadelfia (EE. II'.)
para formar parte de la dotacin del Crucero "Prat* recientemente adquirido por el Gobierno
de Chile a tos EE. UU. Esta delegacin viaja a borde del Interamericano de PAA a cargo del
Capitn de Corbeta, Sr. Alfredo Soto Sanhueza.
Saludan los obreros de E.U.
a los de otras naciones con
motivo del #Da del Trabajo"
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Todo inspeccionado
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 -
(UBIS) Con motivo de la ce-
lebracin del Primera de Mayo,
ia Internacional del Trabajo,
destacados dirigentes obreros de
los Estados Unidos lian procla-
mado su esperanza de paz, li-
bertad, justicia social y pros-
peridad para los trabajadoies
de todo el mundo, y han hecho
la advertencia de que el comu-
nismo amenaza con destruir es-
tas esperanzas.
La declaracin coincide cm
una proclama de la Confedera-
cin Internacional de Sindica-
tos Libres en Bruselas, en la
cual se hace un llamado en fa-
vor de una lucha unida global
del obrerismo contra la pobre-
za, la Inseguridad y la injus-
ticia. La CISL denuncian la a-
menaza sovitica a la paz mun-
dial, y hace exhortacin en ia-
vor del apoyo a las Naciones
Unidas.
Los jefes de las dos grandes
organizaciones sindicales de ,ios
Estados Unidos, Phillip Murray,
Presidente del Congreso de Cr-
Ranlzaclones- Industriales, y YV'lfc
lliam Green, Presidente de la
Federacin Americana del Tri-
bajo, figuran entre los que nn
hecho ^declaraciones sobre el
Da Internacional del Trabajo.
Otros dirigentes obreros uue
han hecho declaraciones 3T0
David Bublnsky Presidente ci'
Sindicato de Trabajadores de
'.a Industria de Vestidos para
mujeres; Matthew Woll, Vice-
presidente de la Federacin A-
mericana de Trabajo; y Nor-
man Thomas, prominente diri-
%ente del Partido Socialista.
Murray ha enviado el siguien-
te mensaje a los trabajadoies
de las naciones libres:
"Por tradicin el Primero de
Mayo es el dia en que los tra-
bajadores en la mayor parte de
las naciones libres reafirman
u unidad y su esperanza de
continuo progreso de la liber-
tad hacia un mundo mejor Lc3
seis millones de trabajadoies
americanos que Integran el CIO
envan su saludo en este da a
los trabajadores de todas par-
tes. Estamos todos dedicados a
la causa comn de la libertad,
la dignidad y la seguridad-
"Donde existe an la libertad,
los trabajadores, por medio de
sus organizaciones, estn en ca-
pacidad de demostrar pblica-
mente la voluntad de luchai y
la determinacin de continuar
sus esfuerzos para ampliar y
consolidar sus realizaciones.
"Sabemos todos que desgia-
ciadamnte en gran parte le
la superficie terrestre, en las
regiones situadas dtrs de la
cortina de hierro, este dia tii-
cjicional del Primero de Mayo
ha sido convertido en una farza
militarista en la que se glon.i-
ca la dictadura militarista.
"Los trabajadores libres de
todo el mundo recordarn, en
la celebracin de este da; la
situacin de sus hermanos tra-
bajadores sometidos a la dic-
tadura roja y a otras diptaou-
ras. Esperamos que llegue el oa
en que nuestros compaeros a-
liora encadenados puedan do
nuevo participar libremente en
demostraciones no regimentad?;
de genuina solidaridad Interna-
cional.
"Los sindicatos libres de to-
das partes se han unido en la
Confederacin Internacional de
Sindicatos Libres en la cruzada
de paz, libertad v_ justicia so-
cial. En el mundo libre segui-
mos disfrutando el derecho de
luchar por la obtencin de si-
tas metas. En el mundo esclavo,
as promesas de mejoramiento
social no slo son cnicamente
quebrantadas, sino que los de-
rechos del pueblo trabajaacr
a cambiar y mejorar su modo
de vida han sido brutalmente
suprimidos.
"Exhortamos a nuestros her-
manos de todos los paises a
mantener el derecho de organi-
zarse libremente en los sindica-
tos de sus propios escogimien-
tos. Debemos oponer resisten-
cia a la ilusin de que el pro-
greso puede obtenerse por me-
dio del sacrificio de nuestra
actual independencia. Unidos
en la lucha, trabajadores, hom-
bres, mujeres, alcanzarn me-
jores condiciones de vida, li-
bertad, progreso humano y paz'.
Obtuvo un voto
de confianza el
Premier Queuille
PARIS, Mayo 2 (UP) El
Primer Ministro Henri Queuille
obtuvo un voto de confianza en
la Asamblea Nacional sobre el
proyecto de ley de reforma e-
lec toral por votacin oficial de
338 contra 251,
La mayora lograda por
Queuille aseguro prsticamente
la aprobacin final del proyec-
to y la celebracin de elecciones
generales en Junio.
El proyecto de ley pasar aho-
ra a la consideracin del Con-
sejo de la Repblica y volver
a ser considerado por la Asam-
blea en segundo debate antes
de fines de semana.
TOKIO, Mayo 2 Cabo Richard Webb, de IB aos, I
fu trasladado a la base militar
norteamericana en Filipinas i
porque los cambios de tempe- i
ratura que se producen en Co-
rea afectan la plancha met-
lica que le salv la vida y le
ocasionan "dolores de cabeza."
Webb est vivo porque un sol-1
dado norcoreano que le hizo un
disparo en el otoo pasado en
el mismo centro de la frente no
saba que ese era el nico pun-
to invulnerable en el cuerpo del
soldado norteamericano.
Webb fu hecho prisionero por
los comunistas en Noviembre
pasado, un soldado rojo le a-
punt a la frente y dispar. El
soldado comunista no sabia que
Webb tiene en la frente una
plancha de vitallo por haberse
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
ENO
no tiene
rival
Gran Bretaa enva
ms caucho a EL UU.
LONDRES, Mavo 2 (UP)
Gran Bretaa esta enviando a
Rusia tres veces la cantidad de
caucho que enviaba en 1950.
pero ha recortado las envos de
maquinarlas y herramientas a
una fraccin del volumen de ex-
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con los productos Ford, rinden lucrativos frutos.
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. OLKS. MATO t, 1M1
Terrible peste de clera
aviar est acabando con
las gallinas en Chiriqu
DAVID, Mayo 2. Especial!
[tina pste de Colera Aviar e
grandes proporciones est acu-
cando a las gallinas de la re-
gion de David, y ya se ha ex-
l tendido hasta Dolega, segn lu-
uornes procedentes de aquea
legin: causando gran alarma
lentre los habitantes.
Los funcionarios del Departa-
mento de Fomento Agrcola,
han declarado que la propaga-
pin de esta peste, se debe al
.descuido de las personas, jue
[no creman las gallinas sino nae
fio echan a la calle o los de-
jan podrir en los patios, lo cual
permite que los gallinazos lle-
ven la peste de un lugar a u-
tro-
Es corriente en esta poblacin
ver los gallinazos en los pati.s
tie Mirando las gallinas muertas
por la peste, cuando lo lgico
y lo que se ha recomendado es
enterrarlas o incinerarlas.
Muchas quejas se estn re-
cibiendo de esta asquesora cos-
tumbre y las autoridades Al-
tarlas y municipales, se hr-.n
dispuesto entrar en accin para
castigar fuertemente a todos a-
quellos que n entlerren lnici-
neren los animales que muean
por efectos de la peste.
Protestan en Chinina$e refieren a una
por versin dada por informacin sobre
la Corregidora aqu comiso de una caja
Hemos recibido la stguler.'.e
carta para su publicacin:
Panam Mayo 2 de 1951
Seor Redactor de la
Voz del Interior
Ciudad.
Seor Director:
Agradecer que me le de ca-
bida a esta carta abierta para
desmentir una versin apare-
cida en un diario local fecna
27 de los corrientes en ei sen-
tido de que "gran cantidad ce
colombianos estn entrando i-
legalmente al pais".
Nosotros, moradores del Co-
rregimiento de Chlnina, funda-
dores de este pueblo, protesta-
mos enrgicamente por esta ca-
lumnia de parte de la correp,'.-
dora de este lugar y de su es-
poso, agente de p o 11 c i a all
quienes se dan a la tarea ci
perjudicar a los moradores en
toda' forma.
Ha tenido la osada de ir a
la Gobernacin a hacer alarde
de su malignidad para con los
Moradores, situacin que henics
ifenido soportando por dos alWs,
guien segn se sabe es agente
tie polica en el lugar, pero qo.e
Jams ha usado el uniforme, el
Siquiera para recibir alguna co-
misin oficial de las que a ve-
ces se presentan all.
De usted atentamente,
Clemente Crdoba, Concep-
Sugari, Juan D. Jimnez
Ocurre desastre
martimo en el
Mar del Bltico
ESTOCOLMO, Mayo 2 (UP)
Tres marinos perecieron segn
ss ha informado y varios ms! tentamente"
desaparecieron como resuletado"
del choque que tuvo lugar hoy
en medio de gran neblina entrt
el barco finlands Virgo con el
barco sueco Penny, El choque
ocurri en el mar bltico frente
a la costa sudoeste de Suecla.
Se nos ha enviado la siguien-
te carta para su publicacin:
Penonom, Abril 28 de 1051
Sr. Director de
La Voz del Interior
El Panam Amrica",
Panam.
Sr. Director:
Rugole de cabida en su muy
leida pgina la siguiente acla-
racin y rectificacin a una no-
ticia publicada en su pgina La
Voz del Interior, Marzo 30, pug-
4 columna 4.
Panam 4 de Abril de 1951
El suscrito Sub-Inspector del
Puerto de Panam, 8ub-Jefe del
Resguardo Nacional, por melo
de la presente Rectifica.
Que al serle comisada una ca-
a de mercancas procedentes
de la Zona del Canal, que no
tenan su correspondiente fac-
tura, y que eran conducldun
con destino a Penonom, por un
error involuntario del Inspec-
tor de Aduana que hiciera la
investigacin preliminar, se Ul-
20 aparecer al seor Caldero,
como empleado del Chase Na-
tional Bank, no siendo esto asi
Queda de esta manera tam-
bin rectificada la Informacin
tomada por el rotativo "El Pa-
nam Amrica" y que publica-
ra en el pasado mes de Marzo
del ao en curso. Firmado. An-
tonio Slnisterra R. Sub-Inspcc-
tor del Puerto de Panam, (co-
pia fiel del original I.
Tambin deseo manifestarle
que en las diligencias practi-
cadas por la autoridad compe-
tente de este caso, nada he te-
nido que ver ello, ha quedado
demostrado, ya que la Indaga-
toria se me practic como ia
persona que conduca el auto
con placa 7748 y no al dueo
del carro que acompaaba.
Le ruego acepte mis ms re-
petidas gracias por la publica-
cin de esta a ser posible en
la misma pgina en que fu
publicada la anterior.
De Ud su seguro servidor. A-
A pesar de la neblina las
aguas estaban tranquilas. El
Virgo sufri menos averia nue
el Penny, y est remolcando a
ste, esperndose que lleguen a
algn puerto sueco en la tarde
de hoy.
Los barcos que navegaban por
la regln se dedicaron a buscar
los marinos desaparecidos pero
la tarea se hizo sumamente di-
fcil al oscurecer. Los informes
recibidos hasta ahora sobre los
daos sufridos por los barcos
y el nmero de victimas han si- I
"> muy vagos.
Efran E. Calderin
Cd. 7259 PRP.
Michellne Prelle ser la estre-
lla de la clnematizacir. de la
famosa novela romntica "Ly-
dla Bailey" que har la 20th
Century Fox este ao. Se har
en tecnicolor y se filmar en
Haiti.
EVANGELINE basado en el
famoso poema de Longfellow
del mismo nombre re filmar
en tecnicolor en los estudios de
la Fox con Debra Page en el
rol de Evangellna y Michael
Rennle en el de Gabriel.
I a "El Aviso Oortuno'
No estn ayudando
a
la

jira
mdica
los mdicos
de Herrera
- CRUCIGRAMA -
ir
HORIZONTALES:
l Allinc-mo para engordar
animales.
5Adverbio de cantidad.
8Ei primer hombre.
12 Costado, Inv.
13Propietario.
14Ejerce el sufragio.
18Prefijo inseparaDle.
16Sombros, ttricos.
18Nacido en lava.
20Nombre de mujer.
21Ninguna cosa.
22Rio de Europa.
23El que favorece y ayuda a
otro.
28Parte de la cara. Pl.
30Del verbo rer. Inv.
31Opera italiana.
33Isla del Pacifico.
34Hostiga.
30Lugar donde concurren
habitialmente las auras.
38Composicin potica.
40Superior de un monasterio.
41Clase de perros, Pl.
44Orupo de doce cosas.
47Injuriar, insultar.
49 Nombre de mujer.
50 Pasin.
51Adverbio de lugar.
52Seora de calidad.
53Abuela. Familiarmente.
54Cdigo internacional de
peticin de auxilio.
55Te atreves.
8Infierno.
9Clase de perro.
10Destruida, Inv.
11Aparato de pesca.
17Plantp medicinal.
19Publicados.
23Piadosa.
24Agrupacin Estudiantil
Canadiense, Inc.
25Constelacin.
27Ciudad de Cuba.
28Amarro.
29Posesivo, Pl.
32Caballerizas.
35Estado de Mxico.
37Rey de Eplro.
39Cuernos.
41Nombre de varn.
42Insignia.
43Fruto de la anona.
45Cierre de una carta.
48Agarraderas.
48rbol leguminoso da
Venezuela.
VERTICAL:
1Signo ortogrfico.
2Consejal.
3Embarcacin a vela.
4Sembrado de olivos.
5Que ni es saludable.
Propietario.
7Manosear.
sni.tirrtlC ne atek
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333 aaJiHi
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aijuuu ulil
LLJLI LlrJUUJ UJa
UUNlAI
Se esperan con ansiedad los
B. 3.000 que se votaron para
cooperar con estas labores
La Jira Mdica que se e3t
jesarrollando en la Provincia
de Herrera bajo la direccin el
Dr. Francisco Samanlego, e3t
pasando grandes dificultadas,
no solo por la falta de materia-
es sino por la falta de coope-
racin de los mdicos. Be .ios
manifest que ni siquiera los
mdicos herreranos han atendi-
do hasta ahora el llamado que
se les ha hecho para ayudar a
esta labor Ingente que se viene
desarrollando.
Por otra parte, los fondos deja-
Linados para la Jira no son su-
ficientes para afrontar los gus-
tos que se presentan, y cada tila
e resiente ms y ms la esca-
sez de medicinas para aliviai a
los centenares de pacientes ,ue
a diarlo van en busca de a Un-
cin mdica.
Los organizadores de la jira
estn esperando con gran an-
siedad que se ordene la entrega
de la partida d tres mil ool-
'joas que se vot para sufragar
los. gastos de la Jira Mdica,
con los cuales se espera poder
salvar muchas de las dificul-
tades que se presentan.
Nuestro informante nos ma-
nifest que los cuales se espe-
ra poder salvar muchas de las
dificultades que* se presentan.
Nuestro informante nos ma-
nifest que los organizadores
do
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
Joven de Caazas
se grada de Dr.
en Ciencias
CALAZAS, Mayo 2 (Corres-
isal) Procedente de Bog'J-
encuntrase en esta poolo-
..n el Jotfen VirglMo Mndez
Mrida quien acaba de obtener
i con honores el titulo de Doctor
! en Ciencias Juridlcaen la Ponti-
rllca UniversidadCatllca Jave.la
na. Para merecer el dlstlnguiuo
titulo deDr. el jlven Virgilio
Mndez Mrida present tejls
..obre la "incapacidad" e inig-
nidad en la sucesin segn la
(legislacin panamea, mcic-
ciendo conceptuosos comenta-
rlos del doctor Gonzalo Oaita,
Presidente de Tesis. Sincera-
mente registramos este triunfo
del Joven Virgilio Mndez M-
rida que significa el triunfo de
:a constancia y del estudio a
base de responsabilidad y de
ejemplar deseo de superacin.
CITACIN
Hpy celebrar una sesin ex-
traordinaria la Asociacin de
Contadores de Panam a las 7
p.m. en el Jardn El Rancho.
El Secretario de dicha entidad
8r. C. R. Rodrguez encarece
por este medio la asistencia a
todos los miembros.
de la Jira esperaban que los
mdicos cooperaran al xito de
esta labor con su presencia y
que se estima que si an no lo
l.an hecho no ha sido por ..1-
ta de voluntad sino por laita
de tiempo.
Maana llegar a Pes la Ca-
ravana y seguir el intinerario
que publicamos a continuacin:
Distrito de Pes
Mircoles 2, Jueves 3 y Vier-
nes 4 de Mayo La Trinidad Sa-
cado 5, Domingo 8 y Lunes 7
ae Mayo Pes-
Distrito de Parita
Martes 8, Mircoles 9 y Jue-
ves 10 de Mayo La Cabuya.
Viernes 11 y Sbado 12 de Ma-
yo Parita.
Distrito de Santa Maria
Domingo 13, Lunes 14 y Mar-
tes 15 de Mayo Santa Marta,
Mircoles 16 y Jueves 17 de M-
j(i Chupampa.
Distrito de Chitr
Viernes 18. Sbado 19 y Do-
mingo 20 de Mayo Cnitre, Do-
mingo 27 de Mayo Dia del Cam-
pesino. |
Federaciones de Sociedades de
Asuero
PRENSA
(Continuacin del Itinerario)
NOTA:
Se ruega a los Mdicos, Den-
tistas, Enfermeras, Farmacuti-
cos, Laboratoristas y dems
personas interesadas en pres-
tar sus apreciados servicios a la
Jira Mdico Aslstenclal en Herre-
ra tomen notas de este Itinerario
y ajustar sus posibilidades de
cooperacin personal. Cualquier
informe o detalle se puede re-
coger por telfono en las Ofici-
nas de Reyna y Lecona, Piara
dos de Enero, ert *1 2-1451 o
seor Efran Merel o al 3-2010
de la Farmacia Parque Lefcre
al seor Orno. Tejada Mora.
Banda hbil que saqueaba los
almacenes fue capturada por
la Polica Secreta en David
Tres de los componentes de,el caso tenan un camin qua
ka banda de ladrones que han I les permita cargar de un lu-
estado saqueando tierras y u- [ gar a otro el producto del robo.
sando procedimientos que de-
muestran suma habilidad y una
organizacin completa, cayeron
anoche en un lazo que les ten-
di la Secreta con la coope-
racin de un ciudadano y que
hizo posible su detencin.
Los de la banda llevaban su
audacia hasta presentarse co-
mo agentes viajeros a vender
los articules robados en las
tiendas de las afueras y para
El inters principal de la Se-
creta ahora es el de dar con
el deposito de mercancas ro-
badas y poder descubrir loa
cooperadores.
La vindicta pblica espera
que una vez que la Secreta a-
gote la investigacin y .pase loa
arrestados a las autoridad com-
petente se haga justicia rpi-
da y completa.
Uno de nuestros tesoros: el caf
He aqui a un. de los veteranos cosechadores de caf de Bo-
quete, que exhibe la belleta del producto recin tomado d.
los arbustos. La rica reglan cafetalera es une de nuestros
ms grandes tesoro* agrcolas. Esta lona cafetalera se podra
duplicar, cuando la carretera a Bocas habilite inmensas
regiones aptas para la siembra del caf.
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no monopoliza
el camino
al dar la vuelta
al uatrtAS su cocina, libreta
de microbio con LYSOLI
Aunque lo disuelva en
mucha agua, LYSOL no
pierda tu enorma podar
desinfectsnta, _
irsaa aa al desinfectante
concertina, de accin
Jabonosa, que extermina
los microbio y limpia, al
mismo tiempo.
Ir-I iw.uipiiiii. un. (


MIRCOLES, MATO i. 1981
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If
r
PAGINA CINCO
T
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rsedi
%ccin
Social
'ocia
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telefesw %-iin HORAS: S:M a !:# .m.
Ap.rt.se Ut
Bocios Murga Lossi-Brceo Dolande
tonlo Otmbottl, persona muy
conocida y apreciada en nues-
tra capital. Sus despojos morta-
les permanecieron durante el
dia en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey
en donde fu celebrada una Mi-
sa de Cuerpo Presente, y su se-
pelio efectuado a las cuatro tie
la tarde de hoy, fu una viva
manifestacin de respeto y sim-
pata de sus numerosas amista*
des. Enviamos nuestra sincera
expresin de condolencia muy
especialmente a su viuda, seo-
ra Josefina Branca de Oambotti,
a sus hijos, seor Roberto P-
rez y seora Lude Oambotti de
Prez hijo, seor Paul Oam-
botti y seora Mllda B. de
Oambotti e hijas y a sus dems
deudos.
Silvia P. de Boyd.
De Vueltas
Se encuentra de nuevo en Pa
nam despus de haber pasadi
el verano en Santa Clara, el se
or Emiliano Ponce Jr. y seo-
ra Mary A. de Ponce y sus nlflo
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el Profesor Jos del C. Lui-
cando y seora Chita Visque.
de Luzcando, por el feliz arribe
de un varonclto ocurrido en,
das pasados en la Clnica San
Fernando.
Restablecidos

Ea el Santuario de Cristo Rey, esta noche a las 8:M p.m.,
se jurarn eterno amor la gentil 8rta. Gisela Briceo D hija
del Dr. Miguel A. Briceo D. y Sra. doa Antonia Mara D. le
Briceo, y el culto caballero Ing. Leonel Murga Lossi, hijo d
don Julio Murga Q. y Sra. doa Rosa Lossi de Murga.
Sern sus padrinos don Alien Sellen y Sra. doa Rosa Ma.
Chanis de Sellen, don Polidoro Chanis y Sra. Elsa V. de Chanls,
don urbano Martnez y Sra. Cristina H. de Martines; don Au-
gusto Noirn y Sra. Lolita de Noirn, don Jos Ramon Dolande
G. y Sra. Ahita de Dolande, don Isaas Pinina y Sra. Amable
de Pinilla, don Guillermo Dolande G. y Srta. Graciela Cornejo H.
La novia lucir un precioso modelo de satn con ramos de
Hores bordadas sobrespuestas v sostenidos por lazos de cinta. E|
vestido ha sido confeccionado en el afamado taller de "Modas
lernndea" y tanto el material tomo el modelo han sido trados
especialmente de la afamada casa Juel Park de Beverly Hills de
Los Angeles, California. Completa el atavo de la linda novia
una rica mantilla espaola y el bouquet es un precioso abanico
de encajes, orqudeas blancas y azahares.
Su corte nupcial estar compuesta por la Dama de Honor
Srta. Beatriz Martnez H., acompaada por el Best-Man Miguel
A. Briceo D., hermano de la novia, presididos por las damas.
Srta-. Maritza Dolande O Mara Elena Jackson, Yolanda None-
ca y Mara Luisa Montoya, acompaadas por los caballeros Ma-
rio Briceo. Marcelo Narbona, Guillermo Aguilar y Mario Nar-
bona.
La novia ser llevada al altar por su to Don Fernando Do-
lande G. Las primorosas niitas Glorela Dolande P. y Flory
Mantovani llevarn la cola. Portarn los anillos el nio Tanlto
Chacn y las arras el nio Rogelio Roqaeberi
El Cake de Novia ha sido confeccionado por las habilsimas
manos de don? Felicia de Sousa. Al terminar la ceremonia reli-
giosa, la madre de la novia ofrecer una lujosa recepcin en su
residencia. Los novio* pasaran unos dias en el Hotel "El Pana-
m", de donde partirn hacia Caracas, Venesuela, donde fijarn
su residencia.
Con sumo placer embellecemos nuestras columnas con la fo-
tografa de la novia de hoy, y formulamos nuestros votos por la
eterna felicidad de la joven pareja.
Paseo a Taboga
Para agasajar a la seora
Quetlta Robles de Acua, quien
procedente de Costa Rica, se en-
cuentra pasando una tempora-
da entre nosotros, la seora Be-
bel I. de Garcia de Paredes
ofreci hoy un paseo a Taboga.
Para los Estados Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos al
seor RoyWatson y seora Bi-
sa E. de Watson quienes siguen
hoy para Florida en donde pi-
sarn una temporada
Sigui ayer hacia Washington
la seorita Carmen Mir, a
quien despedimos cordlalmente.
Despedimos atentamente al
Dr. Antonio Gonzlez Revllla,
quien sigui hoy hacia Baltimo-
re por la va crea.
De Cuba
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Cuba y Miami, se
encuentra de nuevo en la capi-
tal la seora Lolita Lacayo de
Cirvide. La saludamos cordial-
mente
De Costa Rica
Grata estada le deseamos a la
seora Virginia Fonseca de
Gonzlez quien acompaada de
su hijo Gabriel, llega hoy a Pa-1
nam con el fin de pasar una *
temporada visitando a tus her-
manos. Dr Armando Lavergne
y seora Marta F de Lavergne
De los Estados Unidos
Regres hoy de los Estados
Unidos, en donde permaneci |
durante varias semanas el Dr.
Cornelius DeWltt Briscoe. Lo sa-
ludamos.
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la Srta. Ma-
ra Teresa Galindo, quien du-
rante varios dias guard cama
en su residencia.
Despus tie haber pasado va-
rios das recluido en su residen-
cia, se encuentra completamen-
te restablecido el Rvdo. Padre
Dr. Caetano Gori. Nos alegramos
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Ana Elena V. der H.
de Carbone.
Seora Carmen Elena A. de
Masa
Seora Elsa L. de Lpez
Seor Guillermo St. Malo
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seor Enrique Ruiz Vernaccl
Seor Zozimo Guardia V'
Seor Manuel de Jess Qul-
jano Jr.
Clidos elogios se
acen a cadetes de
jareo colombiano
ONOLULU, Mayo 2 (UP) ___
1 Almirante Arthur RadTbid,
omandante en Jefe de la l.j-
'l de Estados Unidos en el P-
iflco, dispens altos elogias a
i nave colombiana Almirante
adilla, que arrib hoy a io-
asuka, Japn a los hombres
,ue Integran la tripulacin, a-
,i como a la conducta que en-
ervaron ellos en tierra en es-
;a localidad y por la constante
perfeccin que demostraron en
los ejercicios de entrenamiento
que tuvieron lugar en las aguts
\ecinas a las Islas del Haw?i.
ttadford hizo estas declaracio-
nes en un informe espeoial so-
bre su viaje de inspeccin en
el Almirante, Padilla.
Los 21 oficiales de la nave
colombiana, estuvieron somet-
tos durante un mes a intent
ejercicios mientras la nave es
tuvo en aguas del Hawai y
Radford, de cuya flota fornur
parte la nave, manifest q :e
durante este entrenamiento el
capitn y oficiales de la nave
brindaron testimonio de su ca-
pacidad para realizar tareas a-
signadas en la regin de com-
bate, con prontitud e inteli-
gencia.
i NO DEJES DE
Comprar Hoy
LO QUE NO PODRAS
De Taboga
Despus de haber, pasado la
temporada de verano en Taboga
se encuentra de nuevo en la
capital el seor Carlos Agustn
Arlas y seora Nanl Ch. dt Arlas
y sus nios.
Compromiso
Durante una ceremonia priva-
da, se anunci anoche, en la re-
sidencia del seor Julio Her-
nndez y seora Rosita Clara-
munt de Hernndez, el compro-
miso de matrimonio de su hija,
seorita Carmencita Hernndez,
con el Dr. Juan Massot Pelllse.
hijo del seor Trinidad Massot
y seora Dolores Pelllse de
Massot. Enviamos nuestras feli-
citaciones a tan simptica pare-
ja.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Richard Burgoon y
seora Isa Vallarlno de Burgoon
han fijado su residencia en la
calle 51 No. 42, en donde se
ponen a las rdenes de sus amis-
tades.
Condolencia
Despus de larga enfermedad
dej de existir durante la ma-
drugada el caballero don An-
Del Interior
Regresaron a la capital, des-
pus de haber permanecido du-
rante varias semanas en Andn
el seor Alfredo Boyd y seora
PAMtfr
10
'&&HU&
ANTONIO GAMBOTTI
ha muerto
Sus deudos invitan a tu ntiarro, qua partir
do la Iglesia da Cristo Rey a las 4:30 p.m.
Panam, Mayo 2 de 1951.
LAVADORAS EASY
Suya con B/50.00
CLUB: B 6.25
O y 25 ciclos
Piden a los obreros
de toda la China que
luchen contra Rusia
TAIPEI, Formosa Mayo 2
(UP) El Presidente Chlaig
Kal-s'nek pidi a todos los oij.c-
os de la China libre que se u-
nan y redoblen sus esfuer.,s
en la lucah comn contra ti
comunismo y el lmperlalls.no
tn este lo. de Mayo.
Dijo el Generalsimo: "Eta
es una guerra de la dcmocid-
tla contra los totalitarios, por,
la libertad y contra la esclavi-
tud, por el derecho contra la'
fuerza, por la luz contra las ti- '
nieblas. Esta es una guerra per'
a lsdependencia nacional y la i
vida Ubre del pueblo laborioso,
a restauracin de la nac, n
China y la realizacin de ks
tres Min".
El Presidente de la China Ka- '
clonallsta dijo que los obreros '
detrs del teln de hierro ion
conducidos a Siberia a traja-
jar como forzados y esclavos
del emperialismo sovitico o son
enviados como carne de can
a los frentes de Corea.
Declar Chiang: "Tene.uoi
que hacer de Formosa una ai-
laleza ms fuerte y unir a ui.os
650 millones en la lucha comn
contra el comunismo y Rusia
para alcanzar la salvacin na-
cional y la reconstruccin".
Termin diciendo que "wt
los esfuerzos en el pasado hu-
mos ganado gran simpata en-
tre los obreros deis mundo lir?
y con la firme f en la victo-
ria elevaremos nuestros esp-
ritu, aumentando la produccin
mejorando las comuhlcacloi.c-s
y el transporte para apresurar
la hora de la victoria"-

LA ULTIMA
NOVEDAD!
EL GRAN BARATILLO
DE
GATENO
, Ave. Central 104
Precios JAMAS VISTOS en Panam!
No pierda esta oportunidad para convencerse
de nuestra gran rebaja en
TELAS FINAS
ROPA INTERIOR
TRAJES
y miles de artculos i precios increbles.
!
QUE SORPRESA!
REFRIGERADORAS
PORTTILES
ASTRAL
BAZAR FRANCES
i@W delicia!
. porque tengo una
'--^ madreo! que escoge lo
^ / mtjor para m... Aceite
Johnson, que conserva
la piel libre dr rozaduras
irritaciones
.. .y Jabn
Johnson, suave, puro,
espumte, refrescante.
ACITf
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
U mjar pmrm W aSS...
tiene
VESTIDOS
floreados y de seda, de maana a 6.95
n todos los colores
PETICOTES
de seda lavable, con encajes a 2.95
BRASSIERES "Maiden Form"
en todos los modelos y tamaos,
desdeN1.50
TOALLAS
"Cannon"
lisas y a cuadros
n los ltimos colore.
Tamaos: 24 x 46, 20 x <
SABANAS
y FUNDAS
"Connon"
sn coloras pasteles
81 x
DIRECTAMENTE de IRLANDA
TELA de PURO HILO
poro SABANAS
72" de ancho a 3.00 yarda
TELA de PURO HILO
poro ROPA de BABY
a 1.50 yarda
I
Mi esposa sabe arreglrselas
cuando llegan visitas inespera-
das a la hora de comer. Lo que
confirmarn los amigos que tu-
vimos anoche.
Cuando llegaron de Improviso
me pregunta qu podra prepa-
rarles Mara en tan poco tiem-
po. Luego la oi decir a la sir-
vienta que preparara Sopa de
Tomate Campbell's.
Ptra sorpresa mia estaba lista
en unos minutos! Entonces re-
cord lo fcil que es de prepa-
rar: aadirle Igual cantidad de
agua, calentar, y a la mesa!
La sopa estaba deliciosale di-
je cuando se fueron las visitas.
Tenia que estarlo contesto
Mara.Campbell's la prepara
con tomates cultivados espe-
cialmente y fina mantequilla, to-
do ello exquisitamente sazona-
do, segn una receta exclusiva.
CONTINUA EL
SENSACIONAL
BARATILLO
de MADURITO
con sus precios
ESCANDALOSAMENTE BAJOS
Trajes de Seora...... 3.50
Camisones........... 2.45
Peticotes............ 2.25
Panties.............. .75
Sbanas de Hilo....... 9.75
Fundas de Hilo........ 1.75
ESPECIAL! Gran surtido de ropita
para nios de 3 a 8
Precios INCREBLEMENTE BAJOS!
Grandes Rebajas en
UNIFORMES PARA ENFERMERAS
(ligeramente deteriorados)
MADURITO
I. L. Maduro Jr.
PANAMA COLON
VENTAS AL CONTADO.
NO SE ACEPTAN CAMBIOS NI DEVOLUCIONES.
10 SEMANAS DE GRACIA
EN CLUB DE B/4.00
Suya con B/35.00
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE y (JA.
ESTUFAS DE GAS
Suya con B/35.00
NO ESPERE
A QUE EMPIECE EL
RACIONAMIENTO!
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
Ave. Central y Calle SI E. #1
Telefones: 2-1IM y Z-1A33
4 FELIX
tiene en el Af XO
y en el ALMACN PRINCIPAL, maana Jueves,
GRAN QUEMA
n

VESTIDOS, desde 2-SO
Seora
BRASSIERES, desde 1.00
Vesfditos de nia, desde ].50
Frazadas pata bebes, desde 1 so
PERFUMES ROPA INTERIOR
NO PIERDA ESTA OPPORTVMDAD!!!!!
Todo a precio de QUEMA!!!!!
Ventas al Contado No se admiten devoluciones ai pruebas }
FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
Almacn Principal solamente Ave. Central 21
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MIRCOLES. MATO t, 1S51
NO hay mejor Via para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc.
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adiciona!.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
Art. TI va No I
Tel J-2M1
KKJSKO DE LASSEPt
raraoc de l
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ar 4 de lull
Tel 1-1(41
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave Meieadei ll.*i4> .
xi awcdn
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
CaUf 12 Oeste It*. M
KL PANAMA AMERICA
CII H' Na 57 PUUU
A** Central 12-174 c*l*s-
APROVECHE:Pinturas v esmaltes
extra brillantes o pruebo de moho.
B 3.25 galn. Almacenes Tropidu-
r.
SI VENDEN:Clavel, tubera neara,
cere can o lado. Fi-Tec (eftn
oulodor eare cele* reuse) made-
ras, leTemenes. cuiodoi. etc. e
le* precios m*> baje* en lese.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vie tape-
to, Uceando e Juen Franco. Tel.
S-1503._________________________
SE VENDE: Incubador* elctrica.
Tel. 3-0255. ________________
Acabemos de recibir cemento blonco.
cerimic* de color y vidrio verde
contra c*lor. Ca Culcidio Gom-
l*z. Fabric de Mosaicos. Ave. Cu-
be 'No. 8.
SE VENDE:Mquino de contabili-
dad I Notional) en perfectos con-
diciones. Precio ganga. Telfono
2-0610.
Vendemos el derecho de un local en
quino comercial y 6 vidrieras pe-
queas de 2o. mono completamen-
te borato. Llame al 2-2704.
SE VENDE: Cachorros perro lobo
legtimos. Tel. 3-2690.__________
El Canal de Panam ofrece en ven-
. ta bajo propuestas selladas, para
ser obiertas a los 10:30 de la
rnaono del 15 de moyo de 1951,
piezas de repuesto para -vehcu-
los a motor de carros y camiones
merca Chevrolet, y de camin
"International", siruodos en la
Seccin K, Almacenes de Balboa
y Cristbal. Se podrn obtener los
formularios pora las propuestas de
cualquiera de estos despochos o
del despacho del Superintendente
de Almacenes en Bolbo, telfono
2-2777._________________________
SE VENDE: Molino 'Enterprise"
1 para moler caf o moiz: puede
usarse con fuerza motriz. Ave-
nida B. 73.
SE VENDE: Nevera "Coca-Colo"
pera expender sodas: llaves de
plomera; herramientas de carpin-
tero y albail, estante caoba de
dos puertas. Avenida B, 73.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE VENDE:Por motivos de solud,
negocio de maderas, bien localiza-
do. Solicitar al Sr. Compos, Tel.
2-2779, Panama.
SE VENDE:La ltima caso de ur-
bonizocin ICAZA Y NAVARRO
en calle 13, Son Francisco de I*
Caleta, 3 racimaros, sala-comedor,
cocina, bao. Lote de 406 metros
cuadrados, informes: Juan Nava-
rro, Avenida Cuba entre calles 25
y 6 .Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
>E ALQUILAN:Exclu,ament pa-
ro oficina* locales cntrico* en tos
alto* de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Solicitan Infor-
macin en Almacena* 9 y 10 een-
fuvot.
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semena y Super Mercado Celido-
nia; tambin en Rio Abojo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A, de Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
En le Avenia Central, ampli lecal
meaeme e indandnf. apropia-
do .a.a MAYORISTA, FABRICA,
DEPOSITO a erre neaecie (400
**2). Tiene cmodo eetscienemien-
ta pirticular. Ci. d L*'*vre, Ca-
lle 'A" N. 5. Tel. 2-3333.
SE ALQUILA:Locol apropiado pa-
ra taller de mecnica situado en
la viejo calle de Corozol Rood,
frente a la Gallera del Casino.
Ocrase a la Oficina de Rodani-
che. Frente al Cuortel Central de
Bomberos. Tel. 2-3060.
SE ALQUILA:Local apropiado po-
ra establecimiento comercial. Case
Nueva, cntrico. Ocurra F. ICA-
ZA Y CIA., S. A. '
5E VENDEN: Cachorros de perro
polica Belfa. Informes en comi-
sariato El Coco, Via Porros No.
184, Son Francisco.
SE VENDE:Postes de cerco, ten-
dederos de repa, accesorios elc-
tricos, tubera galvanizada, zinc
liso usados para cerca, goleras
chiqueros. Ocurra Ave. B 105.
MISCELNEA
El telfono 2-1535, le indico a us-
ted la Agencia donde conseguir
empleadas domsticas. Oficina:
Avenida B. 73.
Fracasa el primer
dedor de Hwachon, a 21 mi-
lla* al norte de la linea de
las Naciones Unidas, se en-
cuentran "vivas con movi-
miento enemigo".
Los aviones de bombardeo de
picada de la Armada de Es-
tados Unidos abrieron brechas
en las compuertas de la re-
presa de IlAachon con sus
torpedos. Los comunistas ha-
ban cerrado las compuertas
para disminuir el nivel de las
aguas de los ros Pukhan y
Han, con el propsito, al pa-
recer, de tratar de cruzarles
ca el sector en donde estn
las lineas aliadas que protegen
a Sel.
La fuerza blindada que penc-
*rt) en Uijongbu, a 11 millas al
i or te de Sel. Los enormes ta..-
ues del tipo Patton, sllencl*-
ion los caones anti-tanques
(omunlstas, los cuales disput-
an desde terreno elevado en
i edio del camino entre Sel y
Uijongbu.
Los tanques tuvieron que dai
l! la vuelta a la poblacin po
i n camino vecinal, ya que los
< nios haban excavado dos
randes trampas para tanques
i travs de la carretera princi-
pal.
La fuerza blindada se encon-
traba buscando a los ejrciu-s
omunlstas, quienes se han rt-
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede lid. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /5c
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 Cslidonia
Tel. 2-10*1
SE VENDE
Artculo* de Casa
SE VENDE:Juego sala bamboo, jue-
go comedor 3 sillas, buenos con-
diciones. Jernimo de la Osa No.
10. Apto. 23.
DE OCASIN! Por motivo viaje
vendo mobiliario compuesto de sa-
la, comedor, dormitorio y cocino,
tambin carro Studcbaker Chom-
pion 1948, todo en perfectas con-
diciones. Ver cali* 37 No. 25 al-
tos. Tel. 3-1203.
SE VENDE: Excelente condicin:
Ropero caoba, cama doble Simons,
mesa comedor completo, todo
$120.00. Avenida Herrera 9116,
cuarto 32, Coln.
SE VENDE:Mquina "Singer" en
B.90.00. Es moderna: cose, bor-
da, retrocede. Avenido B, 73.
SE VENDE: Estufa de gas de 4
quemadores en perfectas condi-
ciones. Ropero de coob con espe-
jos, peinadora y otros muebles.
Calle 44 No. 29 (eltos).
SE VENDE:Estufa de gas marca
Roper de 72 pies de lineo. Her-
bert Wilkins. Calle B, 74, No. 7.
tirado fuera del alcance f la
aitillera aliada, la cual los bu-
fi con un mortal fuego la se-
mana pasada, despus que la
primera fase de su ofensiva de
primavera los llev hasta ias
puetas de Sel
Ser inaugurado
tor del Instituto Moderno es el
profesor Jos Alejandro Saenz
y sus inmediatos colaboradores
los profesores Prxedes M. Mon-
tilla y Enrique A. Karlsson B.
La nmina completa del pro-
fesorado del Instituto Moder-
no qued Integrada ayer y su
organizacin est lista para ini-
ciar las actividades del presen-
te ao escolar. Dicha nmina
es la siguiente: Espaol: Ange-
la Herazo, Francisco M. Daz y
Jos del C. Luzcando; Ingls:
Prxedes M. Montilla y Jos
Guillermo Vergara; Matemti-
cas: Temlstocles Rivera. Berta
Zurita de Franceschi y Julia N.
de Urriola; Ciencias Genera-
les y Ciencia Integral: Arturo
Wolfschoon; Biologa y Qumi-
ca: Mario J. Molina: Estudios
8oclales: Ins A. de Senz; Es-
tudios 8ociales y Gobierno: Pe-
dro Ayala Daz; Geografa Eco-
nmica: Esllda de Surez; His-
toria y Mecanografa: Enrique
A. Karlsson B: Taquigrafa:
Berenice Ruiz: Nociones Funda-
mentales de Comercio y Meca-
nografa: Eleazar Senz; Con-
tabilidad: Julia Elena de Urrio-
la; Msica: Luis Vergara: Di-
bujo: Alfredo Fischer; y Edu-
cacin Fsica: ngel Jan.
Irn dice que
tes", son por supuesto, las po-
tencias occidentales. ^
Sin embargo, se sabe que Ru-
sia quiere el petrleo de Irn.
v ayer, el Embajador sovitico
Sadchlkov visit al nuevo Pri-
mer Ministro, doctor Moham-
med Mossadegh, autor del pro-
grr-i! de necioiMH-T'- n.
El doctor Ansarl.diju que la
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Persona responsa-
ble y con experiencia para cuidor
nio de dos aos. Preferible ten-
ga referencias. Buen sueldo. Via
Espaa 23 bajos.
SE ALQUILA
"Apartaincutos
SE NECESITA:Seoro pora cuidar
nio 3 aos y apartamento, 10 a.
m. a 4 p. m. Avenida Federico
Boyd No. 4, Apto. I.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo. Buen sueldo. De-
ber tener referencias. Presentarse
en la maana o entre 5 y 7 p.m.
Calle 32 Este No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con ex-
periencia para servicio de casa.
Medio dio, mensual B. 15.00.
Troiga referencias. Avenida Cen-
tral 47, opartamento 34.
SE NECESITA:Emplead* para un
mes. Helodera Orientol. Frente al
Palacio Nacional.
SE NECESITA:Empleada en la "ca-
lle 46 No. 19. Apto. 3. Bello
Viste.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo. Ocurra
a calle Uruguay No. 6, Bella Vis-
ta.
SE NECESITA: Empleada sin hr-
jos, con referencias, deber dormir
en el empleo, presentarse calle 32
Este No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepa
de cocina v que se encargue de
servicios. Dormir en empleo. Co-
de Colombia No. 3. Apto. No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Carguero con ex-
periencia. Buen sueldo. Calle 50
No. 14, abajo.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera que
duerma en la casa. Referencias.
Telfono 3-0717.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo que duer-
ma en el empleo, con reverencias.
Calle 44 caso 6, apartamento 3.
Llame de 12:00 a. m. a 3:00 p.
m.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para co-
cinar. Avenida Tivoli No. 406-B.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble que sepa cocinar y paro oficio
de casa. 611 A, segundo piso,
Ancn Boulevard. Zona del Conol.
SE NECESITA:
dera en co
^-r-Cocingra y
llaf* 1 a. No. 13.
lavon-
SE NECESITA:Cocinero y un* sir-
vienta, no tienen que dormir en el
empleo. Ave. Monuel Ma. de Ica-
z* No. 26 Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios domsticos, que duerma en
casa. Acuda Sastrera Panam
Elegante calle 16 Este No. 8.
SE NECESITAEmpleada que duer-
ma en el empleo. Calle 44 No.
30.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITAN:Dos hombres j-
venes de buena presencia y con
referencias. Deben tener expe-
riencia en ventas. American Pro-
tection, Ave. Balboa Calle 6
Coln.
SE NECESITAN:6 waiters, dos pa-
ra co/itineros. Deben tener unifor-
mes poro servicio, por una noche.
Paro informes llame ol Tel. 2-
1609.
SE ALQUILA:AporUmento de tres
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125. Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILA: Pora residencia u
oficinas la planta baja de la casa
No. 13 en calle la. Ocurra o
mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, todo mosaicos. Dos piezas
grandes. Servici. sonitorio, espa-
ciosa cocina independiente. Calle
13 Oeste No. 4. Telefonee Bol-
boa 2870.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos, recin pintados de uno re-
cmara, sal* y comedor y uno de
2 recmaras con cuarto de em-
pleada en la Casa No. 23 de la
Colle 50. Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA: Un apartamento de
una recmara, sola-comedor y
otro de un cuarto recmara en Ca-
lle 39 Este No. 20. Casa recin
pintoda. Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA: Un "Penthouse". 2
recmaras, sala comedor en el Edi-
ficio "Amporo", recin pintodo.
Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA: Un apartamento de
un cuarto amueblado con un bao
y servicio independientes en Calle
36 Este No. 67-A, Apto. 8. Lla-
me ol Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:oportomento. cuatro,
cuartos, cocina, porch y servicio. |
B/.55.00. Calle la. Carrasquilla |
53-B parada Teatro Edn.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento plonta
- bajo en casa de madero en San
Francisco. B/.35.00. Tel. 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA Un opartamento de
una recmara, sala-comedor en el
Edificio "Lo Limeo", Ave, P*r
No. 25. Llame al Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento en la
calle 15 Oeste No. 66, oltos. Re-
ferencia en la Abarrotero La Pre-
ferido, calle F No. 8 y 16 Oeste.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Central 74. Infrmese en
telfono 3-0088.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmo-
do, cntricamente situado. Ocurra
Compoia F. ICAZA, Avenida B
79.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos de 2
recmaras, sala, comedor, 8 60 y
B.65. Calle 25 Este y Avenido
Cubo. Apto. 13. Horos de oficina.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:I chalet de 2 rec-
maras en Calle 7o. Parque Lefevre
por slo B/.50.00. Trine Garage
y 300 m2 de terreno. Llame al
Tel. 2-1602.
S EALQUILA:Una casita. Calle 44
No. 4. Al lodo, en elConvento Vi-
sitacin, llave e informes precio.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto*
SE NECESITA: Empleada poro
atender venta pan y dulces. Debe-
r tener buena presencia, habili-
dad de vendedor* y referencias.
Presentarse ol Mercado Modelo,
calle 29 Este y Ave. Justo Arose-
mena. No llame por telfono ni
se moleste en venir sin reunir los
requisitos exigidos.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
entrada independiente. Tiene bal-
cn. Avenida 4 de Julio, coso No.
49.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
independiente, para hombre solo.
Informes Estudiante 82, Apto. 3.
SE NECESITAMuchacho para jar
din y casa. Traiga referencias.
Colle 50 E No. 14. abajo.
SE NECESITAN: Dos hombres y
dos mujeres, con buena presencio,
que tengan experiencia ea ventas
en lo colle. tendrn sueldo. Ave-
nid Centrol No. 39. Apto. 404.
Solo de 8 a. m. o 9 a m.
nueva ley significa la transfe-
rencia de todos los haberes y
propiedad de la compaa pe-
trolera al Gobierno fe Irn y
que "la compensacin a Grr-.i
Bretaa ser calculada despus
de las negociaciones". Dijo que
el Gobierno de Irn estaba ca-
pacitado para continuar la ope-
racin de los campos petrole-
ros sin afectar la produccin.
Mientras tanto, los embaja-
dores de Oran Bretaa y Es-
tados Unidos le hicieron una
visita a Mossadegh. Se cree que
el Embajador norteamericano
Henry Grady y el Embajador
britnico, Sir Francis Shepherd,
expusieron los puntos de vista
de sus Gobiernos sobre la na-
cionalizacin en las conferen-
clas privadas.
La Corte Suprema
la vez qua desconoce los prin-
cipios Instituidos en el Art. 21
de la Constitucin, viola los
principios que se consignan en
el Art. 41 de 1 misma ley
fundamental".
Nombran mediador
para disputa entre
ia India y Pakistn
LAKE SUCCES. Mayo 7 (UP)
El Consejo de seguridad de
las Naciones Unidas aprob el
nombramiento de Frank Gra-
ham, ex presidente de la Uni-
versidad de Carolina del Norte
fiara el cargo de mediador de
as Naciones nicas en la dis-
puta entre India y Pakistn
sobre Cachemira.
El nombramiento de Graham
fu aprobado por siete contra
cero y cuatro abstenciones.
India se abstuvo por ser parte
Interesada. Otros que se abstu-
vieron fueron la unin Soviti-
ca. Yugocslavla y Holanda.
El delegado Sovitico. Jacob
Malik se opuso al nombramien-
to d* Graham diciendo que no
haba motivos para "aue slo
se proponga como candidato a
un ciudadano norteamericano."
MacArthur
el resultado de ias investiga-
ciones de la poltica en el Le-
jano Oriente, Acheson *eia
eemplazado antes de Junio por
John Foster Dulles, su asesor
de asuntos extranjeros. Otia
persona que se menciona para
el puesto es el Juez Fred M
Vlnson.
Acheson deber declarar ante
el Comit la prxima semana,
as como el exSecretarlo de l
fensa Louis Johnson, quien fu
destituido por Truman despus
ce varios altercados con el 6>
cretarlo de Estada
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India negocia con
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NUEVA DELHI, Mayo 3 (U.
P.)Fuentes informadas dije-
ron que la India est lista para
iniciar negociaciones con Rusia
a fin de comprar trigo sovitico
para aliviar la situacin ali-
menticia que se est agravando.
Las mismas fuentes dijeron que
la negociaciones se efectuarn
en la India. Se ha informado,
asimismo, que Rusia ofreci an-
teriormente a este pas medio
milln de toneladas de trigo pe-
ro solicit en cambio te, laca y
tabaco. Se ha manifestado que
a la India le seria muy difcil
suplir a Rusia de las cantidades
de los artculos solicitados pero
ha indicado que est dispuesta
a enviar mayor cantidad a los
savitlcos.
Los funcionarlos dijeron que
la situacin alimenticia de la
India ae agravar en Junio pues
sta necesitar en los prximos
seis meses un promedio mensual
de medio milln de toneladas
de cereales y las importacio-
nes y abastos para el mes de
mayo slo, asciende a 825.000
toneladas
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tolas para pintar o Com-
presores de Aire que loa
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Aseveracin de
Pern se pone
en entredicho
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (UP)
Los peritos norte-americanos
en cuestiones atmicas mostra-
ron cierto escepticismo respecto
a las manifestaciones del Pre-
sidente Juan D. Pern de que
Argentina podra disponer den-
tro de dos anos de centrales
atmicas que producirn "ener-
ga para una red elctrica en
todo el pas". Pern hizo esas
manifestaciones en un mensaje
al Congreso Argentino.
La Comisin Nacional de Ener-
ga Atmica de Estados Unidos
se neg hacer comentario ofi-
cial, alguno de acuerdo con su
poltica al respecto. Pero otros
centros atmicos dijeron que
dudaban que Argentina pudiera
construir dentro de dos aos la
grandes centrales atmicas que
se necesitan para producir la
energa elctrica para todo un
pato.
Sealaron esos centros que
Estados Unidos est constru-
yendo ahora un reactor atmico
experimental en Arco, Estado
de Idaho, que generar peque-
as cantidades de energas at-
micas. Se ha dicho que es pro-
bable que ese reactor quede
terminado dentro de algunas se-
manas.
Esos centros agregaron que
los funcionarios de la Comisin
Nacional de Energa Atmica
han calculado que hasta dentro
de 10 aos por lo menos, y pro-
bablemente hasta dentro de 20,
no habr centrales atmicas
capaces de desempear un pa-
5l Importante desde un punto
de vista comercial en la pro-
duccin de energa elctrica.
El motivo, segn los funcio-
narios de la Comisin, es que
el costa de producir energa
elctrica mediante medios at-
micos es mucho mayor que si se
utiliza carbn, saltos de agua,
etc.
Los hombree de ciencia, en ge-
neral, se muestran renuentes a
decir que algo es imposible y en
la mayora de los casos se han
abstenido de hacer comentarios
definitivos sobre los anuncios
argentinos respecto a la energa
atmica, aduciendo que apenas
disponen de informes sobre los
experimentos que se realizan en
aquel pas.
Denuncian
La Comisin dijo que en el
i curso ae sus investigaciones ha-
I bia llegado a la conclusion de
que O Dwyer mantena "amls-
I tad intima" con los amigos de
Joe Adonis y Costello, a los que
califico de dirigentes de los gru-
pos pandilleros de Nueva Yorfc.
El informe de la Comisin de-
ca que O'Owyer siendo fiscal
del Condado de King, y poste-
riormente como Alcalde de Nue-
va York, "puso trabas a las In-
vestigaciones de los grupos eri-
| mnales. Su defensa de funcio-
narios que no cumplan sus de-
beres, y el no haoer utilizado
plenamente las pruebas concre-
[ tas sobre las actividades cri-
minales, contribuyeron al au-
I ment de actividades de los de-
! lincuentes organizados en la
! ciudad de hueva York.
Por su parte, los Senadores
acusaron al Gobernador Warren
de Florida de haber permitido
I que la organizacin criminal de
Chicago utilizara "los poderes
de su cargo como Gobernador"
para "establecer su control so-
ore el juego ilegal en Miami".
En cuanto al Gobernador
Smith, la Comisin dijo que con-
sideraba 'Increble" su declara-
cin de que l no haba hecho
ofrecimiento alguno al "pandi-
llero" Charles Binaggio a cam-
bio de su apoyo poltico. Binag-
gio, asesinado hace algn tiem-
po, era el dirigente del grupo
Demcrata en la ciudad de
Kansas.
La Comisin tambin acus a
la Western Unin Telegraph Co
diciendo qu* sus instalaciones se
utilizan para facilitar informes
a los apostadores.
El Senador Lester Hunt, mlem"
oro de la Comisin, declar que
esta preparando 15 o 20 pro-
yectos de ley para poder com-
batir ms eficazmente a los
grupos organizados de delin-
cuentes en Estados Unidos.
Exhortan a obreros
atmicos para que
regresen a trabajar
OAK RIDGE, Tennessee, Mayo
2 (UP)La Federacin de Tra-
bajadores norteamericana (AFL)
le pidi a los 1,200 obreros de
construccin que regresen a su
trabajo en la construccin de
un proyecto atmico vital y que
le den a la Junta de Estabiliza-
cin de Salarios "un poco ms
que decidan su peticin para
un aumento de salarlos.
Los miembros de la AFL aban-
donaron su trabajo ayer en la
construccin de una planta de
235 millones de dlares para la
difusin de gases, despus que
la Compaa de Construccin
Maxon rehus pagar un aumen-
to de entre 10 y 12'3 centavos
por hora, alegando que tal au-
mento violara la orden de con-
gelacin de salarlos del Gobier-
no.
Avisos Judiciales g
RICARDO TAMUGA '\f)J
Notarlo Pblico Saluda tal Circuito
r.n.m. coa rdult a identidad p.r-
toaal No 7-7114.
C E a T I r I C A:
Que por midi da la Escritura Pbilo
ea No. ti. da Abril 28 da lil. de la
Notarla a *u tarto, los seorea JESS
(.ONZA1.KZ y Eat MI CIPARR0PA l>
GOMEZ, han constituido la soaUdad
colectiva da comercio da responsabilidad
limitada denominada "GONZALEZ t
COMPAAIA LIMITADA", coa domiri.
lio en la ciudad de Panam, podiendo*
establecer ajnelas o sucursales a*
cnalqoier ponto del Interior da la Re*
pblica.
Qua al capital social as 4* B.4.000 o
aportado por los socios por partes igua-
les quejando la responsabilidad da ca-
da uno limitada a au aporta al capital
aoclal.
Que el termino da duracin da la
sociedad aa da cineo (i) altos contado*
a partir da la fecaa de asta escritura. .
prorrogablea a voluntad da los socios.
" Que la administracin da ta aociedaS ./
y al uso de la firma social estar a ear-
so da ambos socios conjunta o sapa
radamente.
Dado en la ciudad da Panam, a* lo*
veintiocho 12) dina el Mea de Abril
dal ano de mil novecientos cincuenta f
una (1911). ___
Ricarda Fibrana.
Notario Pblico Segunda
Jas. Guillermo ralla,
Notario Pblico Primero del Circuito rt
Panam, can cdula da identidad per-
sonal nmero 47-11,114.
CERTIFICA :
Que los aeliores Alcidea Gonslas 1
Alberto Villalsi. maxorai da edad y va.
oinoa da asta ciudad, ban constituido la
sociedad colectiva de comercio denomi-
nada GONZALEZ 4 V1LLALAZ. LIMI-
TADA, con domicilio ea I* ciudad da j
Panam, por el termina de t atoe y coaf
un rpita! da B.MOO.Ou aportado por
paftes iguales.
Qne el objeto de la compaa es la
importacin y portacin .oanspra t
tanta de mercaderas, y toda cas* da
artculos comerciales, al desempeo de
comisiones mercantil**, y fcacar cual-
quier otro negocio licito.
Y que la administracin y direcli
de lo negocios estar a carao da ra-
bo* ocio*. Indistintamente, para al usa
de la firma social estar a cargo d*
ambo* socio* conjuntamente, par ala
firm* de cheque*, documento*. co*tra
tos' y nula i* lo* bien** aociale*.
Aal con*U *P la Escritura Pblica
nmero 87 " SO de Abril de lls
extendida en la Notarla a au earso. .
P.nam, Abril SO de 1U1.
J. G*B*. Batalla.
Notario Pblico Prl**r*
Ha sido reducido
el trfico de
estupefacientes
WASHINGTON, mayo 2- 'UP)
La comisin del Senado pre-
sidida por el Senador Kefau-
ver, que investiga la delincuen-
cia, en su informe dado a la
publicidad hoy, hace mencin
favorable de la colaboracin de
tres gobiernos latinoamericanos
en la campaa contra los tra-
ficantes de estupefacientes. Lrt
pases mencionados en varias,
pginas del informe son Per,
Mxico y Cuba.
Dijo el Informe que el tr*
fleo de cocana ha sido "redu-
cido grandemente" debido a la
activas medidas adoptadas en
Estados Unidos contra los con-
trabandistas y "las medidas to-
madas por el Gobierno del Pe-
j r".
En otra parte afirm el ln-
1 forme que "de acuerdo con la
1 Oficina de Estupefacientes de
'Estados Unidos, actualmente el
Gobierno de Mxico est tra-
I tando de hacer una buena labor
I para combatir el trfico de es-
I tupefacientes, par Mollarmente
i en relacin con el opio".
Luego declar la comisin que
las rpidas medidas adoptadas
por el Gobierno cubano cuan-
do expuls a "Lucky" Luciano
en 1947 son 'excelente ejemplo1
de la necesidad y valor de la
cooperacin internacional para
regular los estupefacientes".
--------------------------------------------------- i
De "arbitraria" se
califica lista del
Depto. de Justicia
WASHINGTON. Mayo S (UP>
Por votacin de cinco a tres,
el Tribunal Supremo calific de
"arbitrarla" la lista de las orga-
nizaciones subversivas del De-
partamento de Justicia, y acla-
r que no estaba determinando
si las organizaciones que ape-
laron a esta lista eran o no sub-
versivas, sino simplemente de-
jando sentado que las mismas
tenan derecho a presentar su
casos ante tribunales inferiores
para que estos determinaran.
El Magistrado Harold Burton,
ponente de la decisin tomada
por la mayoria en la apelacin
de tres organizaciones en desa-
cuerdo, aclar en la resolucin
que el Tribunal Supremo stm-
filemente considera arbitrarla ia
Ista del Departamento de Jus-
ticia y que las organizaciones en
desacuerdo tienen derecho a la
celebracin de Juecio. Esta lis-
ta del Departamento de Justicia
es parte Importante del progra-
ma de lealtad de los empleados
pblicos ordenados por el Pre-
sidente Truman.
Cualauler persona incluida en
dicha lista es considerada como
sospechosa y de ser riesgosa a
la seguridad.
Las organizaciones que pre-
sentaron su apelacin ante el
Tribunal 8upremo fueron el
Consejo Nacional de Amistad
Sovitica Norte-Americana, la
Orden Internacional de Traba-
jadores y el Comit Conjunto
de Desarropados Antl-Faclstss,
SE ALQUILA:
CASA #121 Avenida Central: Altos, bajos.
Sreclable extensin de terreno al fondo. Con-
leae al arredantarlo derecho a subarrendar.
CASA tW en La Carrasajnilla.
Informa: MARCO ANTONIO ARAOON.
Telfonos: 2-1168 2-0930 3-2478
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MIRCOLES, MAYO t, 1951
El PANAM4 AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
r ni

PAOINA SIETE
Calazn Hernndez fue el mejor lanzador
del VIII Campeonato Nal. en la defensiva
Labor defensiva de los Lanza-
dores en ei VIII Campeonato
Racional de Baseball Amateur
que tuvo lugar en Cbttr.
(Especial para El Panam Am-
rica).
PO.
F Selles (CHI) 2
O- (Jarcia (L8.) 0
H. Harley (BTf i
E. George COL l
P. cbanos (D) 0
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ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
Sfor Rector: La Universidad
necesita un INSTRUCTOR
DEPORTIVO
oOo
(continuacin de la sptima
leccin)
La definicin que hemos da-
do se fundamenta principalmen-
te en las leyes biolgicas. Pro-
yecta su accin permanente so-
bre el cuerno humano con el ele-1
vado propsito de mejorar el es-
peclmen morognlco del horn-1
bre; es decir, que la Educacin
Fsica Moderna acta directa-
mente sopre el hombre, sus hi-
jos y los hilos de sus hijos. En
el aspecto tcnico y pedaggico,
la Educacin Fsica Moderna
tiende por un lado, a realizar su
contenido sobre el cuerpo huma-
no dentro de un canon preciso
de la morfologa funcional y,
por otro lado, acta sobre el in-
dividuo Influyendo directamente
sobre su pslquls para ubicarlo a-
mnicamente dentro del medio
social (familiar, escolar y del
adulto). Como podemos obser-
var, por las explicaciones ante-
riores alrededor de la definicin
moderna sobre Educacin F.ca.
se onsulta el hecho de que mu-
chas ciencias concurren, arm-,
rucamente para prestar un fun-
damento cientfico con qu dar-
le tuerza a los hechos reales y a
las perspectivas de una Educa-
cin Fsica, que Darte primero,
del fenmeno social; por ltimo
del aspecto proDiamente tcnico
formatlvo en relacin con el de-
sarrollo corporal; y adems, el
aspecto tico como complemento
infaltable del proceso Educati-
vo Fsico. Por todas estas razo-
nes, el profesor de Educacin F-
sica se ubica tanto en el medio
educativo como en el social, ar-
mado eficientemente para su lu-
cha profesional. El nrofesor de
Educacin Fsica debe siempre,
tratar los distintos aspectos de
su carrera con un sentido glo-
bal y superior para evitar una
equivocacin dentro de la tra-
yectoria de sus principios. Po-
dra muy bien un profesor de
Educacin Fsica constituirse en
un magnifico especialista en
cualquiera de las ramas de su
carrera; pero no por ello va a
dejar las dems ramas de ella
perjudicando el aspecto forma-1
tlvo intelectual y tcnico de su I
profesin. a como el caso del i
mdico, por ejemplo, quien mu-
chas veces se especializa en ra-
mas muy hermosas y difciles de
la medicina, pero que nunca de-
Jar de mano todos los funda-
mentos generales de la carrera
mdica, porque de lo contrario
perdera jerarqua cientfica.
Sigue figurando
Carrasqucl entre
los bateadores
NUEVA YORK Mayo 2 El
torpedero venezolano de los Me-
dias Blancas Alfonso Carrasquel
contina figurando entre los
Erimeros cinco bateadores ae la
Iga Americana en el quinto lu-
gar con un promedio de .391-lo-
grado con 18 incoglbles en 46
veces al bate en diez partidos.
Solo Jackie Robinson de los
Dodgers en la Liga Nacional ha
bateado con 19 mis incogibles
que Carrasquel en ambas Ligas.
El venezolano esta empatado
en ese sentido en la Liga Ame-
ricana con Jim Busby de los
Medias Blancas tambin v con
Sid Gordon y Roy Hartsield am
bos de Jos Bravos en la Liga
nacional.
Los bateadores que ocupan los
cuatro primeros puestos en la
Liga Americana son respectiva-
mente Busby con un promedio
de .42. Eddie Robinson tambin
I de los Medias Blancas con .448
llfruke Easter de los Indios con
1 fia y Nelson Fox de los Medias
f Blancas con .400.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de u SarvMo
Sanitario en el Campe de
Jaegns de SANTA RITA.
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G. Lao (Hl 0 2 0 2 1.000
A Escobar COC 1 1 0 2 1.000
Pedeschl COC 0 2 0 2 1.000
C. Tapia (CH) 0 2 0 2 1.000
Pomares (BT) 0 2 0 2 1.000
Hernndez CH 0 1 0 1 1.000
Vlllarreal CH 0 1 0 1 1.000
W. Brown (BT) 0 1 0 1 1000
A. Lpez (SB) 3 10 1 14 .929
J. Ortega (D) 2 9 1 12 .917
A. Chvez CH 0 10 1 11 .909
Hernndez CO 2 14 2 18 .889
R. Bennet (C) 0 7 1 8 .875
D. de Sedas SB 1 16 3 20 .850
M. Gonzlez H 0 4 1 5 .800
C. Him (V) 0 3 14 .760
L. Roa (COC) 0 112 .500
B. Valds (SB) 0 12 3 .333
R. Tejada (V) 3 6 0 9 1.000
W. Ramos (V)0 3 0 3 1.000
D. Alspra (V) 0 1 0 1 1.000
R. Pinzn (V) 2 I'll .909
Campen en su posicin.
J. de Las Mercedes Muos
Compilador Oficial.
Abrivlaturas: PO.-Put Outs; A.
Asistencia; E-Eerrores; T. Ch.
Total Chances.
CHI-Chlriqui; L.S.-Los Santos;
BT.-Bocas del Toro; COL.-Co-
ln; D.-Darln; P.-Panam; H.
Herrera; SB.-San Blas; COC.
Cocl; V. Veraguas.
El Bolvar parti
por delante en el
base de San Felipe
Con gran entusiasmo se inaugu-
r ei domingo la Justa de la Li-
ga Independiente de Base del
Barrio de San Felipe. Despus
de izada la Bandera Nacional,
lanz la primera bola del juego
entre las novenas Dep. Bolivar
y Dep. Santo Domingo, Eduardo
"Nato" Acosta, luchador incan-
sable de estas actividades.
El Santo Domingo como equi-
po local tom su turno al campo
y el Bolvar fu al bate. R. Ober
to defensor de la pradera cen-
tral del Bolivar conect el pri-
mer imparable del match; F.
Rulz, camarero Dominicano, ano
t la quiniela del Juego en el 2a.
acto.
En el tercer episodio los del
Bolivar anotaron 2 carreras, s-
tos volvieron a la carga en el
4o. acto al conectar Oberto, Ba-
gel, Mena y Panilla incogibles
en susesin para anotar 5 ca-
rreras suficientes para ganarles
al Sto. Domingo.
R. Oberto con 3-2, C. Fanllla
con 2-1, y F. Ruiz con l-l fue-
ron los mejores bateadores de
la tarde
El lanzador ganador fu R.
Mern V el perdedor C. Velasco.*
Caballo del Calumet
Farms gan ayer una
prueba importante
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. Mayo
2 (UP)Fanfare un caballo
su adiestrador Ben Jones consi-
deraba demasiado pequeo para
tomar parte en competencia de
primera clase, gan el derby de
prueba cubriendo la milla en
1.36 3-5, uno de los mejores
tiempos para esa distancia.
Sin estar muy rezagado en
ningn momento. Fanfare de
los Establos Calumet avanz en
];. recta final como un relm-
pago dejando detrs a los otros
13 caballos que tomaron parte
en la prueba. Sus boletos de dos
dlares pagaron 7.60. 4.60 y 4.20
El triunfo de Fanfare hace
pansar la posibilidad de los Es-
tablos Calumet de que tengan
una nueva carta de triunfo pa-
ra el Derby de Kentucky que se
correr el Sbado.
J. Louis Se Enfrenta Esta Noche
Con El Cubano O. Agramonte
LOTCENTINELAS CONQUISTARON AYER EL
CAMPEONATO DEL BASEBALL DISTRITORIAL
it impusieron al
Maraen por 10-7 en
al cuadro de S. Rila
ce
Los Centinelas del Tuira con-
ulstaron ayer el Campeonato
la Liga Distrltorlal de Base
ball Amateur de Panama al ven-
cer al Maran en el tercero y I
ltimo partido de la Serle final
por 10 carreras a 7 en el cuadro
de Sania Rita.
Ortega fu el lanzador gana-
dor y Prez el perdedor.
Ambos equipos lucharon con
empeo durante todo el encuen
tro, que result reido e intere-
sante, triunfando al ltnal loe
Centinelas para llevares el ti-
tulo.
El torneo entre estos dos
equipos comenz el domingo, ga-
nando ese juego el Maran; el
lunes en la tarde los Centinelas
empataron la competencia al
triunfar por 6.a 1.
Con el triunfo de ayer, los
Centinelas ganaron adems dos
bellos trofeos uno donado por
la Federacin Sindical de Tra-
bajadores para el vencedor de
ayer, y el otro obsequiado por
el Departamento de Educacin
Fsica para el triunfador del
Campeonato.
El partido de ayer entre Cen-
tinelas y Maran form pirte
del Programa preparado por la
Federacin Sindical de Trabaja-
dores para conmemorar el Da
del Trabajo, y con este motivo
se efectu una Ceremonia espe-
cial antes del juego.
Los peloteros profesionales Mudarra
y Caparrosa estn jugando en la Liga
San Felipe del Baseball Amateur
El Fuerte Chlrlqu venci por
pizarra de 2-1 a los Veteranos
en el segundo partido del Cam-
peonato de Baseball de la Liga
de San Felipe ante una gran
concurrencia ayer tarde, para
conmemorar el Da del Traba-
Jo.
M. Urrlola de los militares fu
el hroe del partido al relevar
a Jaramillo en el 60. con las
bases llenas sin outs y no per-
mitir carreras, intervino en el
campo corto sin errores y fu
el eje de doble-matanzas sen-
sacionales.
En este partido y por parte de
los Veteranos jugaron los Profe-
sionales Pablo "Japn" Muda-
rra y Alto Caparrosa, esta ac-
titud de dichos Jugadores con-
tradice con las reglamentacio-
nes de Aficionados. Corremos
traslado a la Federacin Nacio-
nal de Baseball.
Soberbia monta del jinete Jorge
Contreras dio el triunfo a Paques
en el evento estelar de ayer
Por RDEME
Williams defender
su ttulo liviano
el 19 de Junio
LOS ANGELES, Mayo 2 (UP1
El promotor Babe McCoy ha
informado que el campen mun-
dial de los Livianos Ike Williams
ha accedido defender su ttulo
el 19 del prximo mes de Junio
en pelea pactada a 15 asaltos
con el retador Art Aragn con
Mario Trigo,.si este logra derro-
tar al primero en pelea donde
estar en juego la corona peso
liviano de California que libra-
ran el 15 del presente mes.
El Tropical blanque
a los Licoreros en
el torneo de bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
O. P. PJe.
Mlte .............33 19 .635
Selecta ........... z9 16 .04
Royal ..................25.19 .568
Tropical ..........26 22 .542
Martins .......... CT M .519
Entrometidos .....22 26 .468
Pinocho ............ 28 26 .458
C. Vieja............ 19 26 .396
Balboa ............ 17 31 .354
Los peliculeros del Tropical
vencieron anoche a los licoreros
en el torneo de bolos "Caf Du-
ran" por la va del blanqueo. M.
Capriles con serie de 544 y un
Juego de honor fu el mejor Ju-
gador de la noche,, pero no ob-
tuvo el opoy de sus compae-
ros de equipo.
TROPICAL
Rico 134 148 113 395
I.ully 161 155 155 471
Rene 146 148 143 437
Daz 153 165 166 484
Icaza 170 166 150 486
764 78? 727 2273
C. VIEJA
Hilbert 131 131 131 393
Samaniego 126 120 126 372
Soto 127 112 127 366
Capriles 222 144 178 544
-Icaza A 136 124 128 391
745 631 690 2066
Handicap 16 16 16 48
761 647 706 2114
Bajo una fantstica monta
del Jinete chileno J. Contreras,
se impuso ayer Paques en uno
de los eventos celestrales de
la funcin hpica extraordina-
ria celebrada ayer con moti-
vo del Dia del Trabajo.
Demostr cl Jinete chileno
que es un verdadero as de la
fusta y derrot en gran due-
lo al nacional Virgilio Castillo,
que conduca a Frutal. En la
tierra derecha ambos Jinetes
hicieron uso de todos sus re-
cursos, pero al final Paques ga-
n por. la minima diferencia.
Contreras tambin gan el
otro evento estelar al condu-
cir al Jamaiquino The Dauber
a la raya victoriosa sobre Call-
medear, guiado por Blas Agul-
rre.
Uno de los mayores di "deu-
dos de la funcin hpica de
ayer fue, el de Volador que re-
parti a ganador la suma de B.
54.80. En la cuarta carrera la
quiniela Callejera-Conde, repar-
ti la suma de B. S20.40.
Los Atleticos Tambin Ponen
Punto Final a Su Racha De
Diez Derrotas Consecutivas
El ex-campen es
favorito para
imponerse
DETROIT, mayo 2. (UP).
El ex-campen Joe Louis, se
encuentra favorito para vencer
esta noche al campen peso
pesado de Cuba, Omello Agra-
monte, en la pelea que sosten-
drn a un limite de diez asal-
tos en esta ciudad.
Joe Louis, quien ha dicho
que est atravesando por sus
I mejores formas, espera derro-
I tar al campen cubano esta
noche y aspirar a pelear nue-
: vamente por el campeonato
| contra Ezzard Charles. Inform
que aceptar un encuentro con-
tra Charles por el 20 por ciento.
Manifest que desea celebrar
peleas antes de enfrentarse a
Charles.
Confa Joe Louis hacer un
peso de 210 libras para la pe-
lea de esta noche, mientras que
Agramonte espera pesar 194 li-
bras. El cubano que perdi en
febrero con Joe Louis por de-
cisin, se encuentra sumamente
confiado con el resultado de
este encuentro y espera ganar
para aspirar despus al cam-
peonato mundial.
Para Joe Louis es decisivo al-
canzar el triunfo, pues de per-
der abandonar la idea de pe-
lear por cl campeonato mun-
dial otra vez
La Compaa No. 2
se impuso ayer a
la Comandancia
Ayer continu la Liga Inter-
na de Softball del Cuerpo de
Bomberos en el campo de Jue-
gos de la Plaza Amador Gue-
rrero.
El equipo de la Compaa N-
mero 2 se impuso a la Coman-' anconistas se presentaron dls-
dancla por anotacin de 20 a 17,1 puestos a rendir todos sus es-
en un juego de alto Carreraje,' fuerzos para no caer vencidos,
Satisfactorio e interesante result el
torneo de levantamiento de pesas ayer
Satisfactorio e interesante result el Torneo de Levantamien-
to de Pesas que se efectu ayer en el Estadio Olmpico bajo 1
direccin de la Academia de Cultura Fsica.
Con gran disciplina se llevaron a cabo los diferentes eventos
realizndose en un tiempo record, en los cuales los pupilos de>
Chacn Plata demostraron fuerza, eoraje y estilo.
Los resultados de las competencias fueron:
\omhrr Peso Press Snatch C4U Total
K. Morales 119 lbs. 110-120-130 110-120-130 150-160 420
H. Testa 132 lbs. 130-140-140 130-140-150 190-200-210 490
H. Lezcano 132 lbs. 130-140-150 130-140-150 190-200-210 510
I. Frederick 146 lbs. 150-165-175 175-190-200 235-250-260 618
V. Algandona 146 lbs. 130-140-150 130-140-150 160-180-190 490
W Oooden 151 lbs. 130-145-155 160-175-185 220-235-240 560
Con un equipo inferior pero en forma
valiente el Ancn logr vencer al
Pacfico por 3-2 anoche en el ftbol
Aclaracin
La direccin de esta pgina
deportiva hace saber a los in-
teresados que la crnica apa-
recida en la Columna Depor-
tes a Granel, se debi a un
error involuntario. Dicho es-
crito debi aparecer en la co-
lumna Mundo Deportivo due
escribe el cronista deportivo
Humberto Tejada.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
CHICAGOEl cubano Orestes
Mloso y el venezolano Alfon-
so Carrasquel empujaron todas
las carreras de los Medias Blan-
cas, pero los Yanquis vencieron
por 8 a 3. Los nuevos jugadores
de los Medias Blancas, Mioso
y Paul Lehner contribuyeron a
las primeras anotaciones. Paul
Lehner dio un sencillo en la
primera entrada y a continua-
cin Mloso bate un Jonrn.
La ltima carrera se debi a
sencillo de Carrasquel despus
que Stewart habia ciado un sen-
cillo bateando por Cain y habia
hecho a avanzar a Gus Niarhos
que tambin habia dado senci-
llo.
Larry Berra y Mickey Mantle
batearon sus primeros Jonrones
de la temporada. El novato
Mantle empuj en total tres ca-
rreras. Los Yanquis sustituyeron
a Berra despus de la quinta
entrada por quejarse de dolores
en el codo y Joe Dlmaggio no
tomo parte en el desafo por
estar bajo reconocimiento m-
dico.
DETROITDetroit despus de
batallar durante 10 entradas los
Atleticos anotaron ocho en la
undcima para vencer a los Ti-
gres 9 por 1 saliendo al fin de
la racha de derrotas que alcan-
z a diez desafios continuos.
El batazo decisivo se debi al
novato Lou Llmmer que de
emergente en la undcima en-
trada con las bases llenas dio
un doble que limpi las bases
para anotar despus por senci-
llo de Pete Suder. Estt y Joe
Tipton que recibi pase anota-
ron por sencillo de Ed. Jost. El
lanzador Hank Wyse dio senci-
llo y anot Junto con Jost
triple de Dave Phllley que
te dos veces en esa entrada.

El Ancn, con un equipo in-
ferior, pero realizando un Jue-
go valiente y agresivo, logr
vencer anoche al Pacifico por
tres tantos a dos en la con-
tinuacin del campeonato de
ftbol mayor de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam.
Los anconistas se defendie-
ron en todo momento como
leoneSi y a pesar de que la
mayor parte del Juego se efec-
tu en el rea de los blanqui-
verdes, no cedieron en ningn
momento, logrando un sorpre-
sivo triunfo, que les permiti
entrar en la columna de los ga-
nadores, dejar la retaguardia v
formar un cudruple empate
en el puesto de honor.
Al comenzar el Juego bajo el
arbitraje de Parchment, tos'
equipos se alinearon con los si-
guientes jugadores:
Ancn: E. Lasso. V. Gordez,
F. Tejada. A. Jimnez, A. Ama-
ya, H. Olivares, A. Castorina,
C. Torres. C. Bucknel, A Alzar
mora, J Granados.
Pacifico: L. Acosta, C. Rodr-
uesr, C. Tlque, F. Ponce, E.
innock, R. Pinnock, T. Mowatt,
L. Valds, J. de la Guardia, J.
Salazar, y S Jordn.
Desde el principio los pacifis-
tas demostraron un mejor Jue-
go con sus rivales, pero los
Ancn emparej el marcador,
con una falsa salida del guar-
dameta pacifista que aprove-
ch Bucknel para anotar; el
primer tiempo termin 1 1.
En la segunda etapa, los pa-
cifistas volvieron a subir el
marcador con otro tanto dei
mismo Jordn, y cuando todo
indicaba que el Pacfico seria
el ganador, y faltando escasos
siete minutos para finalizar el
Juego, ante la>sorpresa general,
el Ancn empat por interme-
dio de Granados y luego anot
el goal de la victoria con un
tiro de Bucknel.
pero de gran emocin. En otro
de los partidos celebrados la
Compaa Nmero 3 derrot a
la numero 1 por 24 a 8.
Citation parti
hacia la pista
de Hollywood
SAN MATEO. California, Ma-
yo 2 (UP)Las estrellas del
Calumet, Citation, Ponder, Be-
witch y All Blue partieron
ayer de la pista de Bay Mea-
dows hacia el Hipdromo de
Hollywood, para participar en
la temporada de carreras de
este hipdromo que se inicia-
r la prxima semana.
Termina asi la especulacin
en torno a la participacin de
Citation en un handicap im-
portante que se celebrar el
prximo Sbado en Bay Mea-
dows.
Bob Feller conquist su tercer
triunfo consecutivo esta tempo-
rada para batir los Indios a los
Medias Rojas por anotacin de>
7 carreras a 1. El novato Harry
Simpson y Larry Doby con dos
hits encabezaron la batera de
los Indios.
Los Senadores Vencieron a
los Carmelitas de San Luis en
13 episodios por anotacin de
9 carreras a 8. Esta victoria co-
loca a los Senadores nueva-
mente en el primer lugar empa-
tando a los Indios.
En la Liga Nacional
NUEVA YORK,Con 15 hits.
entre ellos un jonrn de Ralph!
Kiner y siete dobles, los Piratas niieVO tOFIeO de
derrotaron por 6 a 2 a los Dod-
gers a los que Cliff Chambers
dej en seis incogibles. Cuatro
doble matanzas salvaron en las
primeras cuatro entradas a los
Dodgers de un desnivel mayor
en la anotacin. Los Dodgers
anotaron sus dos carreras en la
tercera entrada. A partir de
esa entrada los Dodgers no vol-
vieron a batearle a Chambers
hasta la novena entrada en que
Bridges dio un sencillo.
alivia para fu garganta can tai
catan y deudosa* Paetillas
? ick. Estas no atio duna m,
nadascon ngradkntas erpaci-
alaaddVickVapoRub.
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Destilado
en
y Embotellado
Escocia
Los Olgantes de Nueva York
alcanzaron ayer su segunda vic-
toria consecutiva al derrotar a
los Cachorros por anotacin de
5 carreras a 2.
Maana se abren las
inscripciones del
tenis
El nuevo Torneo Abierto de
y a base de constancia y con-
tinua agresividad lucharon du-
rante todo el partido. Los blan-
quiazules fueron los primeros
en anotar con un precioso tiro
de Jordn; pero al minuto e!
Social Deportiva
JOSE ALZAMORA
CUMPLE ANOS MAANA
El destacado y conocido de-
portista JOS ALZAMORA. lla-
mado el hombre de hierro del
ftbol, y quien lleva ms de
veinte aos actuando como Ju-
gador en este deporte, celebrar
maana su cumpleaos, motivo
por el cual nos complacemos en
enviarle nuestras sinceras y
afectuosas felicitaciones.
"Manteca" Alzamora. Juega en
el Ancn, y ha formado parte en
numerosas ocasiones del Selec-
cionado Nacional.
Jake Lamotta
pelear ahora
como semi.oesado
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 2 (UP)
El ex-campen mundial peso
medio Jacke Lamotta, ha infor-
Tenis est organizando la Co- ', mado que ha relevado al monar-
ca de la divisin Ray "Sugar"
Robinson, del compromiso de
ste en darle la pelea de revan-
cha, por que ahora en adelante
pelear como boxeador peso se-
mipesado en la esperanza en
poderse enfrentar al campen
Joey Maxim.
misin Nacional de este deporte,
en disputa del Trofeo "Dunlop",
y las Inscripciones quedarn
abiertas maana.
Las inscripciones quedarn ce
rradas el prximo mircoles y
las reciben David Hulmn y
Adn Gordon en la Piscina.
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riftco continentes
Un buen diurtico como
las Pildoras De Witt es
conveniente en todos
aquellos casos en que se
desea activar la elimi-
nacin de los desechos y
venenos que conspiran
contra la salud.
Uno de esos venenos, el
cido rico, es la causa
ms frecuente de trastor-
nos que se manifiestan
en dolores articulares,
citica, o lu.nbago.
Las Pildoras De Witt,
por su accin diurtica,
activan la funcin renal,
facilitando, en conse-
cuencia, la eliminacin de
los desechos y venenos en
INDUSTRIA'
el organismo. Adems,
ejercen una suave accin
desinfectante y balsmica
en el aparato urinario.
Conocidas en cinco con-
tinentes, las Pildoras De
Witt tambin merecern
su confianza. Las hallar
en todas las farmacia del
pas, en frascos de 40 y
100 pildoras.
IIITINICt
IAMKU MB m te 4m tOtt r^MrUt 4* te
Ctearait HmlMvi^ Ua Caa>'4 _-_
Pildoras De WITT
para los Rinones y la Vejiga
MEMORIAS
DEPORTIVAS
Estas informaciones amigos
fanticos, son historia de las
Grandes Ligas de los Estados
Unidos:
RECUERDA UD QUE:
El Rey de los Jonrones Babe
Ruth, solo gan un Cam*
neonato de Bate en todi su
carrera en las Grandes Li-
gas. Sucediendo en 1924, ob-
teniendo un porcentaje de
.378 pta.l
Ei bambino Babe Ruth out-
fielder del Nueva York Yan-
kees, obtuvo ms carreras
como ningn otro Jugador
por seis aos (1919-20-21-23-
26-28).
El Brooklyn "Dodgers" sola-
mente ha ocupado el stano
una sola vez en toda su his-
toria. Esto sucedi en 1905.
Las Medias Rojas del Boston
estuvieron sepultados en 2a.
divisin durante 19 aos
consecutivos: de 1919 a 1933.
Las Medias Blancas de Chica-
go fueron campeones de la
Liga Americana en 1901,
1906, 1917, y 1919.
PARIS. Mayo (UP)El peso
mediano francs Laurent Duthul
He de 170 libras derrot por la
via del sueo al norteamericano
Bobby Daw.son de 157 libras, a
los 98 segundos del primer asal-
to, en una pelea pactada a dies
asaltos.
LONDRES. Mayo (UP)Roy
Ankarah de la Costa de Oro da
124 libras, conquist el campeo-
nato pluma del Imperio Brit-
nico, al derrotar por puntos en
15 asaltos al campen Ronnie
Clayton de 125 libras y media.
Ette ei cl brindis de les
que conocen el benfico
erecto de SALHEPATKA.
... y dos cucrursditis de
SAL HEPTICA, en un
veso de agua, son una
bebida ejrdable que
laxa con suavidad, 3ra n
eficacia y rapidez. Las
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
resurtan muy econmicas.
Compre cl tamao mayor.
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En mi programa de socorro y rehabilitacin de la poblacin
civil de la Repblica de Corea, la cual ha sufrido enorme-
mente como resultado de la invasin comunista, el Comando
de la Organizacin de las Naciones Unidas ha proporcionado
miles de toneladas de arroz para su distribucin adecuada en
las zonas desvastadaa. Gran parte de este arroz ha sido
aportado por la Repblica de Filipina y por Tailandia como
parte de su contribucin al esfuerzo de las Naciones Unidas
para resistir la agresin comunista. En esta fotografa vemos
a vario coreanos en uno de los centros de distribucin en el
momento de recibir su racin de arroz para sus familias.
TEATRO ANCN
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VARIEDADES
RITMOS DE JUVENTUD EN EL TORBELLINO
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LOS MAMBOS
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LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY
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MARTHA ROTH,
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El Ballet de CHELO LA RUE
BOROLA TRIO LOS
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En lo que ser para Usted uno de los momentos ms divertidos...
SERENATA EN ACAPULCO
CONTINUACIN DE "AL SON DEL MAMBO"
ELDORADO
MAANA ESTRENO!
DAVID SILVA
MECHE BARBA
ANDRES SOLER
IRMA TORRES
HOY -- Doble Extra!
TIN-TAN
- en -
"EL NIO PERIDO"
-y -
"El Colmillo de Buda"
- con -
ANGEL GARASA
SABA MONTES
S5c. y *c.
"CASA DE
VECINDAD'
Un mundo de personajes que Ud. ve todos los das,
y, una casa, donde todo se oculta... pero todo se sabe!
ELLA es, Carmen-, '*La Bra-
va", una mujer liviana...
EL, Ramn, "El Sabroso", a-
migo de lo ajeno, y de la
ajena...
. .Sus amores ilcitos, fruto
de la traicin. ..
Pasiones, egosmos y virtudes
en violento contraste!...
Una gran realizacin del Director BUSTILLO ORO,
presentada por ELDORADO al precio popular de
50 centavos!. ..
nun
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TEATROS
PRE5ENTAN
mr
TEATRO LUX
ULTIMAS
exhibiciones;
Romnticas aventuras en el fabuloso Oriente...
Donde el pordiosero se convierte en principe dt
la noche a la maana... I
Ronald COLMAN Marlene DIETRICH, ea
"KISMET" (encobres)
CENTRAL
(Aire-Acondicionado)
El drama de una Estrella
en el Ocaso y un escritor
Joven de quien se enamo-
ra sin remedio!...
GLORIA SWANSON
WILLIAM HOLDEN
- en -
"EL OCASO DE UNA
VIDA"
(Sunset Boulevard)
LA FAMOSA PELCULA I
BELLA VISTA
(Aire-Acondicionado)
^^lesdelasSjOOjvm^^^
Hechizante dra-
ma da amor y
misterio I...

Jama*
MASON
Mar (arel
LOCKWOOOD
'La Muerte Enamorada'
(A Placa o One's Own)
TEATRO CECILIA
-,. *v
Una mujer que oculta a au marido un terrible
secreto que la aniquilaI...
WALTER PIDGEON CREER GARSON, ea
"ROMANCE de una ESPOSA"
i con John HODIAK y Leo GENN
TEATRO TROPICAL
HOY ESTRENO!
Para gozar y rer vea las nuevas
aventuras de
Don Pancho y Ramona
en el Oeste y entra >
fantasmas I
"Lo Voz del Espritu"
(OUT WEST)
con JIGG3 y MAGGIE
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Dobla Programa I
lather Williams Johnnl*
Johnson, en
"Recuerdo de Tus Labioi"
- Adems: -
Mickey Rooney, en
UN YANKI EN ETON"
TEATRO TIVOLI
David Brian, en
EL LADRN FANTASMA"
- Ademas: -
Robert Alda, en
"PEDOS MACABROS"
TEATRO IRIS
Danny Kaye, an
NACE UNA CANCIN"
- Adems: -
Robert Mltchum, en
"los hombres las
prefieren viudas;;
HISPANO
Dandioso Doble,
"PIEDAD CRIMINAL"
- Adems: -
"ESPADA Y CORAZN"
VARIEDADES
Aire Acondicionado_____
WAHOO a las S y :J0 p.m.
Premio de Oro B.230.00
Y el Estupendo Doble
Programa I
"EL PADRE de la NOVIA"
(Father of The Bride)
con Spencer Tracy Elizabeth
Taylor.
Adems: Marshal Thompson, en
"HORA DE VIOLENCIA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire-Acondiciona do
DOBLE EN COLORES I
Margaret O'Brien Kareen
Booth, en
"LA DANZA INCONCLUSA"
- Adems: -
Judy Garland, en
"INTERMEZZO LRICO"
TEATRO EDISON
Van Johnson, en
"SANGRE EN LA
NIEVE"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"FLASH GORDON VIAJA
A MARTE"
(Captulos 14-15',
y -
"CABALLERO por UNA NOCHE"
"FORAJIDOS AL ACECHO"
VISTE RMOSA
Dana Andrews, en
"El Destino Me Condena"
. Adems: -
"SALUDOS AMIGOS"
(En Colorea)
PAC F ICO
Marta "Toren. an
DEPORTADO"
- Adamas: -
Olson y Johnson, en
"I-oeos de Remate"
APOLO
"TU CANDELA"
"LOS TRES
MOSQUETEROS"
IDEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO 1
William Holder), an
"% HUERFANITOS"
- Adems: -
-i DELINCUENTES"
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Hoy Ultimo Da!
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MARLENE
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CRAIG: ARNOLD
HUGH
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MAANA
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DE SBMANA!,
La maldad de un hermano!
La desgracia de una mucha-
cha deshonrada! La violen-
cia, de una venganza!... Fu-
ria.desatada en el espec-
tacular llnu.. '
VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
en Tecnicolor!
M-fl-M'a bUaxj
druuol irodioo;
broth* and a
woaun wronged!
VENtEMCE
VAUY
TECHNICOiO
ce-tUrn"!
SALLY
ES
ROBERT JOANNE
HIKER {PRO fORR
SABAob A
MEDIANOCHE!
(A Ja* 11 p..)
MARAVILLOSA MSICA!
MARAVILLOSO DRAMA!
"LA ETERNA MELODA"
(Her Wonderful Lie)
Basada en Opera Inmortal.
de ruecini, "LA BOHEME"
- con -
JAN KIEfCRA,
MARTHA EGGERTH,
Janis CARTER Marc PLATT
Pelcula Columbia!



MIRCOLES, MATO t, 1M1 *
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
;
Artistas de la Red Panamericana
MARGARITA MONCADA, actriz da exquisito y fino
temparamento, qua actual en las Comadlas Matinal,
Avena Quaker y Camel.
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA
COLON
hot mircoles
km,
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A. .
4:15 Pedro Vargas
4:30 Dedicatorias
6.00 Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga.
7:15 Mara. Drama Cigarrillos
Camel.
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Melodas hawalianas
8:00 Ritmos populares
8:30 Cantares tde Espaa
B: 45 Msica variada
9:00 Hacia un mundo mejor
Producto U.S.A.
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Variedad nocturnal
11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:30 Cancionero
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA JUEVES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque Panamericano
6:30 Noticiero
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con An tine a
8:4S Cantares de Mxico
:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 El Molino Silencioso
La novela matinal
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes de
la msica.
12:00 Msica variada
12:15 Noticiero
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga
Si seor, porque la Crema Dental
Kolynos elimina los cidos que
causan la caries. Kolynos destruye
las bacterias que producen esos
cidos. Kolynos ca brillo a los
dientes ... y hace encantadora
la sonrisa! No bay nada como
Kolynos para combatir las caries.
Pruebe hoy mismo Kolynos y ...
selo siempre! suaa
l**Wl\/aJ/\* Ataca las caries
ICOtlfm Sabe mejor
Rinde mas
INo DUERME Bien?
Puea tmeos una tasa de P08TUM
preparada con agua o leche cal en -
to antea de acostarte, y dormir
como un lirn! POSTUM no con-
tiene cafena. Compra
POSTUM hoy mismo y
disfruto da un meti
tranquilo!

Sabe mejor!
&
PAGINA NUEVE
EL REGRESO DE MAESTRAS PANAMEAS. Catorce maestras panameas regresan muy
complacidas a Tocumen despus de varios meses de visita a los Estados Unidos. Todas son
del interior de la Repblica. Aparecen en la foto las siguientes maestras: William-Campbell,
Carolyn Campbell, organizadoras del viaje; Raquel Cohen, Ana Campos Tapia, Ins Maria Ja-
ramilio Malek, Viola Maria Lopes, Elvia Ruis Saavedra, Evida Mara Quirs, AUcia Sens, El-
ba B. Quirs, Dorys Becerra, Judith Rodrguez, Gabriela Mendoza y Elisa Zennter.
al rgano. Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Espaoleras
2:00 Noticias. Lotera
Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
3:00 Delicias tropicales
3:15 Selecciones variadas._____
NONES?
eoiout D IA CONDICIN DI
IOS IIONIS DEPENDE IA
SAIUO 1 IA AltORIA.
'ti MEDICO PO 10 CENEIAI
Al DIAGNOSTICA IXAMINA
IOS IONIS fAIA VIS IA
CONDICIN EN QUE SI.
INCUENHAN.
roiouc si ios uones no
rtAIAJAN NOtMAlMCNTf
ELIMINANDO US MATHIAS
| IMfUIAS, NO PODEMOS SENT.
NOS SUN.'
OfNEIAlMENTE IAS COMPAAS
DE SEGUIOS IEHUSANASEOUAP.
PEISONAS ENPEIMAS DE IOS
PIONES.
lo que hace!
SI usted no h lent* bien, mire
primero sus rones. Dolores de
ripilds. de esbe. nuncio, de-
seos muy frecuentes de orinar.
reumatismo. Insomnio, dolores en
Isa pirrnaa, mareo* y nerviosismo.
son Indicaciones de deficiencia de
los rones. SI usted tiene
alRunos de estos snto-
mas, entonces tome hoy
mismo Isa PildorssDodd's.
Laa Pildoras Oodd's son
un remedio probado para
los rlAonea ussdo por
miles de personas durante
ms de medio
slglo. Pida
las Pildoras
Dodd's r.l|s
las legitima
y icnulnss.
Preses f ada
(40>iWvsi
70c.
t
Pildoras Dodd's
Pan loa RJKonn
Hoover se declara
enemigo de los
prstamos ahora
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (UP)
El Presidente Herbert Hoover
pidi al congreso la abolicin del
principal organlzmo del gobier-
no encargado de hacer prsta-
mos que fueron creados por 1-
nlciatlva suya cuando era pre-
sidente durante la crisis eco-
nmica de hace 20 aos. Dijo
que el 'Reconstruction Finance
Corporation" no es necesaria
debido a que sus prstamos han
conducido al "favoritismo y la
corrupcin" y porque el 09% de
loa negocios norteamericanos
podan fiiuiiiL-iar.su por si mis-
mos.
Propuso que cuando sea ne-
cesaria alguna ayuda especial,
los Bancos de Reserva Federal
concedan prstamos privada-
mente a pequeos negocios.
Agreg que ninguno de estos
prstamos podran pasar de cien
mil dlares. Dijo que el Recons-
truction Finance Corporation,
haba ido mucho ms all de
sus propsitos "sociales y econ-
micos al respaldar "empresas
arlesgadas" y concediendo cr-
ditos en gran escala. A la co-
misin bancaria del senado
el Ex presidente dijo "No hay
falta de crditos" ahora como o-
curri en 1932 cuando se crea-
ron organizmoa de prstamo.
Mientras tanto, la comisin
bancaria no habla recibido res-
puesta de la solicitud enviada
a la Casa Blanca para que Do-
nald 8. Dawson, empleado de
all, compareciera en ese orga-
nismo del congreso. Dawson ha
sido mencionado como persona
con "influencia" en la gestin
de prstamos de la Reconstruc-
tion Finance Corporation, La
Casa Blanca dijo que el Presi-
dente Truman ser quien deci-
dir si Dawson comparece o n
ante la comisin.
John Wayne lleva
a Mxico la cinta
"Tarde de Toros"
Para su exhibicin privada'y
exclusiva del Presidente Miguel
Alemn, de Mxico, el famoso
actor John Wayne acaba de sa-
ll* de Hollywood en avin, coh
"Hay tunta diferencia entre
los Polvos
Faciales"
dice
laSrta.
Dolores Cortina Breton
belleza encantadora de la
sociedad mexicana
y
IV
CMPRELA HOY MISMO !
(Los polvos facale* no son todos
iguale! "No se puede saber
copio lucirn los polvos en el
rostro por el color que tienen en
la caja, i Hay tanta diferencia en-
tre los polvo!" dice la Srta.
Cortina, bella damita de la so-
ciedad de Milico.
Teto ahora que be deecu-
bierto lo difanos y bellos que
son los Polvos Pond' j un matis
que me queda tan bien, no tengo
que probar otrosv polvo."
iSiga el consejo de esta bellesa
internacional! Compare Ud. los
Polvos Pond's con los polvos que
ahora usa. Casi del mismo color
en la cajaun embargo, vea
cmo los matices Pond' lucen
tan diferentes sobre su tez . .
tan bellos y naturales.
JPOJVMTSr
una copla de la pelcula "Tar-
de de Toros" (Bullfighter and
the Lady). El notable produc-
tor y magnate cinematogrfi-
co Howard Hughes le prest a
John Wayne su propio avin
personal para el vuelo a M-
xico.
Esta emocionante nueva pe-
lcula relacionada con senti-
mientos vivos al fascinante de-
porte taurino tan arraigado al
ambiente espaol y de la Am-
rica Hispana, ha sido produ-
cida por John Wayne para la
Republic Pictures y fue entera-
mente filmada en Mxico. In-
tervienen en la pelcula en los
papeles estelares los actores
norteamericanos Robert 8tack,
la bella Joy Page, Gilbert Ro-
land, la mexicana Katy Jura-
do y la participacin promi-
nente de diez de los mejores
toreros profesionales de M-
xico.
El Presidente Alemn y pro-
minentes oficiales del Gobier-
no de Mxico expresaron gran
inters durante la filmacin de
"Tarde de Toros". Miles de me-
xicanos llenaban a capacidad la
famosa Plaza de Mxico cada
dia durante la filmacin de las
escenas de toreo, causando gran
sensacin entre la poblacin en
general.
VISITA DE UN SUPERVISOR. Dias pasados estuvo en Pa-
nam, por espacio de muV pocos das, el seor Mike Ha vas,
supervisor de R.K.O. Radio Pictures para la Amrica Latina.
La visita de Mr. Havas fu motivada por el doble propsito
de visitar la sucursal de R.K.O. instalada en nuestra ciudad
al propio tiempo que enterarse de la situacin del negocio ci-
nematogrfico en nuestro pas.
Asi mismo, el viaje a nuestro pas del seor Havag sirvi
para informar al seor Francisco Rossi, gerente de la sucursal
en Panam de R.K.O., de las pelculas recientemente termi-
nadas en los estudios de Hollywood y otras que entrarn
pronto en filmacin, las cuales el pblico panameo tendr
oportunidad de ver muy en breve.
. Al trmino de su visita, el seor Havas sigui viaje hacia
Mexico, ya que es en la Ciudad de los Palacios donde tiene
ahora establecidas sus oficinas.
Aparecen en la foto, de izquierda a derecha: Robert C.
Maroney, sub-gerente; Mike Havas, Supervisor para la Am-
!,.,** v Frncico Rossi, gerente general de R.K.O. Ra-
dio Pictures de Panam.
que trataron de organizar de-
mostraciones en las calles da
os sectores occidenales en
Berlin.
Apenas me teicri
de les das
U laxantes fuertes!
iCuanto me hubiera gustado or
hablar de All-Bran hace 23 afiost
No habra necesitado de tantea
laxantes fuertesl All-
Bran me regulariz
maravillosamente".
Esto dice la seora
H. B. Taylor. 1804
Ridge Ave.. Coraop-
li. Pa. Otra deca- ,
racin etpontanea
de los que tornan All-Bran Si ra
estreimiento se debe a falta de vo-
lumen, tome una onza del fibroso
All- Bran todos los das, y mucha
agua. Muy prontr sentir usted
los benficos resultados.

Ms de medio milln
de berlineses en un
mitin anticomunista
BERLIN, mayo 2 (UP). El
orador principal de Ida demos-
traciones de lo. de Mayo en
Berln Oriental dijo que "e!
peligro de una guerra nunca ha
&;do tan grande", mientras .ue
000,000 berlineses occidentales
antlcomunistas hicieron votos
para combatir el imperialismo
sovitico.
Ocurrieron muchos Incidentes
menores que amenazaron pren-
der la mecha de la discordia
que ha dividido a Berln, pero
13,800 policas de Berln Occi-
dental y un nmero Igual le
policas de Berlin Oriental man-
tuvieron a los dos bandos riva-
les alejados durante las prime-
ras horas-
La Polica de Berlin Occiden-
tal arrest a 250 comunistas
PRE&ftNTE
DIA
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POPULAR!
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fio hay quien
Resstala
Tentacin de
los Riqusimos
Panqueques
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"Yanga aira porcin,"
exclamarn lodos
PANQUEQUES AUNT JEMIMA
Mameqvlll. rap. tmmU,
CM
Lo Panqueque Aunt Jemima re-
sultan siempre guales : : delicio-
sos ... porque la recela mgica bo
vuia nanea. Lo nico qua usted
tiene que nacer es agregar ana
laza de leche o agua a cada taza de
Aunt Jemima, mezclar bien y a le
sartn. La sartn debe estar bas-
tante caliente j untada con grata.
En poco minuto quedan dorado
7 apetitoso. Haga bastante porque
lo riqusimos Panqueques Aunt
Jemima desaparecen como pan
caliente.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
En vista de que ha sido declarada desierta la lici-
tacin celebrada el da 27 de Febrero de 1951 para la
construccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional, se notifi-
ca al pblico que hasta las 10 a.m. del da 18 de Mayo
se recibirn propuestas en pliego cerrado en el despacho
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas para l construccin de
dicha obra.
Las ltimas especificaciones y planos podrn obte-
nerse durante las. horas hbiles, en la Seccin de Diseos
y Construcciones de este Ministerio, previo depsito de
B/200.00.
CELSO A. CARBONELL,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, Abril 18 de 1951.
ESTUPENDO DOBLE
PROGRAMA!
MARIA FELIX
En el drama de una mujer
apasionada en quien los
hombres solo vean...

UNA MUJER
CUALQUIERA
DOLORES DEL RIO,
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
- en. -
La MALQUERIDA
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