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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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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY. MAY 5. 1951
rTVE CENTS
MacArthur Says His Far East
Plan Needed o Extra Troops
(NEA Telephoto)
LONG, LONG TRAIL Abandoning positions in the Uljongbu
area, UN infantrymen retreat In double file along a railroad
track but the Reds shifted their drive farther east, after they
were stooped between Uljongbu and Seoul. (Photo by NEA-
Aome staff photographer Ed Hoffman.)___________
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(NEA Telephoto).
DOCTOR IS TOP MOTHER Mrs. Mary T. Martin Sloop, 77-
year-old country doctor from Crossnore, N. C, was named the
American Mother of 1951." She and her husband. Dr. Eustace
H Sloop, have practiced medicine in the Blue Ridge Moun-
tains since 1911. They have two children, both doctors.
Probe Transcript No Aid To
Enemy; Solon Admits Error
WASHINGTON, May 5 (UP)
Chairman Richard B. Russell,
D.. Ga., of the Senftte Aimed
Ii Services Committee, said today
that none of Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur's published testimony
could be used by an enemy to
break the secret U. S. military
code.
Russell said he was in error
when he said Thursday that
Gen. Omar N. Bradley, Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, "was concerned" about
MacArthur's quotations from a
Jan. 12 document of the Joint
Chiefs.
The auotations were passed by
the censors and appeared in the
published transcript of the Mac-
Arthur nearlnlg. ,
Russell had said previously
that Bradley telephoned him
and voiced alarm about publica-
tion of direct ouotes from the
Jan. 12 document because it had
been transmitted in code.
It is a cardinal security rule
that d" .intents once transmit-
ted I-' code are never thereafter
made public except in para-
phrased form. Enemy experts
could use a verbatim decoding
of anv slnjrle document to find
the Key to the entire U. S. cryp-
tographic system.
MacArthur's aide. Ma]. Gen.
Courtney Whitney, denied
Thrusday night that the gen-
eral's published^ testimony had
compromised the code. He said
the document from which Mac-
Arthur quoted had not been
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Russell explained today that
he had misunderstood Bradley
and "it was not the Jan. 12 do-
cument" which was Involved.
Bradlev's concern, he said,
stemmed from the fact that
MacArthur read other messages,
which were originally in code,
at the closed hearings. These
messages were deleted by the
military censors and have not
been published.
Russell Indicated that Bradley
was unhappy about the presence
of verbatim decodlngs even in
the unpublished records of the
Committee.
Asked if Bradley voiced any
objections to the material which
was included in the published
transcripts, Russell said: "I did
not understand that he did."
Syria Repulsss
Israeli Unit
In Border Fight
DAMASCUS, May 5 (UP). A
Syrian military spokesman said
here today that an Israeli unit,
supported by artillery and mor-
tar fire, attacked Syrian forces
In the demilitarized border zone
near the Sea of Galilee this
morning, but were repulsed at a
cost of seven Israeli killed and 20
wounded.
He placed Arab casualties at
two dead and three wounded.
At the same time an Israeli
spokesman claimed the flareup
was touched off when the Sy-
rians moved one kilometer Into
Israeli territory.
He said this was the Syrians'
20th attempt in three days to
capture the strategic height of
Tel Mollta.
He said Syrian fighter planes
appeared over the area. "They
did not attack us and we there-
fore did not engage them."
It was the third outbreak of
fighting since the countries
agreed to a short-lived cease fire
yesterday.
Col. Bennet de Rldder of Bel-
glum, acting cWef of the UN Pa-
"e'stlne Conciliation mission, l*tt
immediately for his Beirut head-
quarters and said he would send
UN observers to the Syro-Israel
border.
Israeli army spokesman Col.
Moshe Pearlman earlier called
the cease fire agreement "full,
final an sincere."
Syrian and Israeli envoys met
Informally at the Daughters of
Jacob bridge on the border and
worked out an agreement which
according to the Israel version
provides:
1) There will be no Syrian
military or seml-mllltary forces
in the demilitarized zone along
the border and no Syrian inter-
ference in it.
2) The Syrians will not smug-
gle arms Into the zone.
3) The Israelis will recognize
the demilitarized one as under
the supervision, through not the
control ,of the United Nations.
Spokesman Pearlman said one
point of disagreement would not
be dealt with at present
the Syrian protest against Is-
rael drainage of land in the
Lake Hule area north of Lake
Tiberias, the Biblical Sea of
Galilee.
A UN official estimated the
casualties in three days of fight-
ing at between 50 and 60 kill-
ed and wounded.
Arrests Follow Run
On RP Savings Bank
BULLETIN
Police authorities this afternoon announced the ar-
rest of four more persons In connection with the run on
the Caja de Ahorro*. They were: Adolfo Benedettl and
Rontulo Escoban described as members of the Partido del
Pueblo; Carlos Ivan Zuniga, of the Patriotic Youth Front;
and another known only as Neftal.
Three persons two of them
professed leaders of the Com-
munist Partido del Pueblo were
known to be under arrest today
as an aftermath to the run on
the Caja de Ahorros (Panama
Savings Bank).
Those arrested were:
Cristobal Segundo L-, pre-
sident of the Partido del
Pueblo and an alternate
member of Panama's Su-
preme Court;
Hugo Victor, vice-presid-
ent of the Partido del Pue-
blo and a teacher at the Ins-
tituto Nacional; and
Manuel de Jesus Quljano,
son-in-law and former aide
to Ex-President Enrique Ji-
menez.
A spoke-wan for the Ministry
of Government and Justice sala
the arrests were the result of the
run on the bank "started by
tumors whose sole Intent is the
destruction of the economic
structure of the Republic."
The rumors, reportedly to the
effect that the Government had
demanded a huge loan from the
bank, spread rapidly throughout
the city yesterday and thousands
of small depositors flocked to
the bank.
Yesterday the bank was forced
to remain open five hours after
regular closing time to accomod-
ate depositors seeking withdraw-
al of their funds. This morning
agalns long lines filed into the
bank but the business of paying
all depositors, by means of extra
paying tellers, was carried out
smothly and without Incident.
The bank closed at noon with
everyone already paid off and
the management made an an-
nouncement that the institution
would reopen its doors at the
regular time on Monday to ac-
commodate any other depositors
who wished to withdraw their
savings. ,
Both the bank officials and
government spokesmen have vi-
gorously denied any basis for
the rumors.
Caja de Ahorros Manager
Guillermo de Roux issued a
statement that the bank was
completely solvent and fullest
confidence in the institution was
expressed by J. Edward Healy,
vlce-pretsdent of the Chase Na-
tional Bank in Panama. Healy
also promisee to go to the aid
of the savings bank, if neces-
sary, even to the extent of fly-
ing monev in> from the United
States.
President of the Panama
Chamber of Commerce Federico
Humber also came out today in
support of the bank. He said
the run was "completely unjus-
tified." adding that the bank
was "a completely solvent insti-
tution and fully capable of
meeting all commitments."
Probe Vienna
Killing Of
Gl By Russian
VIENNA, May 5 (UP) r- So-
viet and United States provost
marshal officials today started
a Joint investigation Into yes-
terday morning's fatal shoot-
ing of United States MP Cpl.
Paul S. Gresens by a Red Army
soldier.
The inquiry may be lemg. A si-
milar one in 1948 lasted six
weeks.
Gresens and Cpl. Jack Morgan
Keokuk, Iowa, who was making
his first patrol In Vienna's in-
ternational sector, were check-
ing night clubs about 12:45 a.
m. when they spotted two arm-
ed Russian soldiers walking
ahead of them.
The Americans followed the
two Russians to a square be-
tween a church and the Casino
Oriental night club, made fam-
ous by the film "the Third
Man." There the Americans
called "halt."
The Russians wheeled and
without a word on* of them
emptied his clip of 20 cartridg-
es at the MP's.
Official sources said both
.sides mayiuvM been partly at
fault, since the two Americans
apparently were unaware that
all four occupying nations are
permitted to maintain armed
patrols in the international
sector, a plot of land one mile
in diameter enclosing the old
city.
The patrols are supposed to
deal only with soldiers of their
own countries. In an Incident
involving nationals of two or
more countries, the Internation-
al patrol of all four powers is
called in.
Patronage Adviser Agrees
To Testify In RFC Probe
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'Mulatas De Fuego'
Arrive In Panama
A Cuban dance company
Mulatas de Fuego who claim
to have introduced the Mambo,
arrived last night at Toeumen via
Branlff and will make' their
debut sometime this week at
the Bella Vista Theater.
Appearanc of the troupe will
Inaugurate the theater's new
policy of between-movle feat-
ures.
The Cuban company, com-
posed of an American singer,
14 girl and two men dancers,
is well known In Mexico and
the southern United 8tates.
The American singer, Glori
Helm, is well known locally
through broadcasts she made
about two years ago over some
of Panama's radio stations.
Three Killed In
$1,000,000 Blast
Of Chemical Plant
BAY HARBOR. Fla.. May 5
(UP)Three workers were kill-
ed yesterdav in an explosion
and fire which caused $1,000,000
damage to a chemical plant lo-
cated near one of the world's
largest paper mills.
The explosion occurred at 4:30
a.m. at the Arizona Chemical
Plant, located on the grounds of
the huge International Paper
Co. Resulting fire was not
brought under control until
shortly before noon.
W A. Helm, manager of the
chemical plant, said the loss
"will run well over $1.000,000."
Cause of the blast was not
known.
The paper plant had to shut
down for five hours after power
and water failed following the
explosion. Firemen had to pump
water from nearby St. Andrews
Bay to fight the blaze.
Dulles Sponsors Tokyo
As Peace Treaty Venue
TOKYO, Japan. May S (UP)
Deputy Foreign Minister Sadao
Iguchl said here today that
United 8tates Department ad-
viser John Foster Dulles has
promised to try to have the
Jananese Peace conference held
In Tokyo.
WASHINGTON, May 5 (UP).
White House aide Donald S. Daw-
son said today President Truman
was "reluctant" to let him testify
before Senate RFC investigators
but has now decided he is "en-
titled to an opportunity" to de-
fend his reputation.
Dawson made the statement In
a letter to Chairman J. William
Fulbright, D., Ark.', of the Senate
RFC investigating subcommittee.
The letter confirmed what Daw-
son told Fulbright by telephone
Tuesday that he Is belatedly
accepting an invitation to testify
on May 10.
The subcommittee has named
Dawson as a key member of an
alleged "Influence web" which
influenced Reconstruction Fin-
ance Corp. loans to private busi-
ness,
Dawson, who Is Mr. Truman's
patronage adviser, said he sought
the President's permission "some
time ago" to appear before the
subcommittee.
"He (Mr.Truman) has been re-
luctant to grant this permis-
sion," Dawson wrote, "because he
feels that the Interrogation of
the President's personal staff by
Congressional Committees tends
to impair the Constitutional se-
paration of powers between
the Legislative and Executive
branches."
Dawson then explained that
Mr. Truman had agreed to make
an exception "In this case."
"H has decided that I am en-
Russian Deserters
In Berlin Caught,
Then Executed
BERLIN. May 5. (UP).
The newspaper "Abend" re-
portad today that 49 Russian
deserters have been executed in
Saxony, while 33 are still at
large.
The 73 Red Army soldiers
had Dren serving in labor
gangs as punishment for In-
fractions of army regulations.
When they heard they were
to be returned to Russia they
rioted and escaped. Those re-
captured were Immediately
executed.
titled to an opportunity to ap-
pear because of the widespread
publicity which, If allowed to re-
main unanswered, might tend to
seriously damage my reputation,"
Dawson said.
Fulbright had no comment on
Dawson's letter. He said the sub-
committee plans to hear Dawson
in a public session at 10:30 a.m.
EDT next Thursday, unless there
is an expected conflict with Sen-
ate hearings on the dismissal of
Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
Dawson previously had Ignored
a standing "Invitation" to testify
which the subcommittee issued
last Feb. 24.
Republican members of the
subcommittee have demanded
several times that Dawson be
fired because of the disclosures
Unking his name with expediter
E. Meryl Young, attorney Joseph
H. Rosenbaum, Industrialist Rex
C. Jacobs of Detroit and other
members of the alleged "In-
fluence" ring.
Concentrated Milk
To Make Debut
On Local Market
A new dairy product, con-
centrated milk, is making Its
local debut shortly, The Pana-
ma American learned today.
It Is reported to be exactly
the same- as fresh milk but
will sell for less and In ad-
dition Is homogenized and cor-
talns vitamin D.
Concentrated milk, grade A,
is a product of Sealtest, pas-
teurized at the Clover Dairy
in Wilmington, Del.
A pamphlet on the new
product describes It as retain-
ing every food element of fresh
milk but with the bulk and
weight of water removed. It
Is prepared by adding two parts
of cold water so that each one-
third carton of concentrated
milk makes a full quart of
whole milk.
Concentrated milk from the
carton Is equal to coffee crear..;
the concentrate diluted with
one part of cold water produces
"top milk" for use on cereals
or desserts.
WASHINGTON, May 5 (UP) General Douglas Mac-
Arthur told Senators today that his Far East recommenda-
tions could be carried out without increasing the size of
the United States Armed Forces beyond the point now-
planned, and without the slightest prejudice to present
global commitments.
In his third day of testimony before the Joint Armed
Services Foreign Relations Committee MacArthur re-
fused to be drawn into what he said was a political con-
troversy over the Troops-for-Europa issue whea asked his
opinion on the sending of four or more United States divi-
sions to General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Atlantic Pact
army.
Senator Leverett Saltonstall, R., Mass., asked Mac*
Arthur if there were plans for going on with the war if the
United Nations forces were thrown out of Korea.
MacArthur replied that there was a plan which call-
ed for the moving of a mass of troops to Japan. Details
of what would have happened after that would have de-
pended upon "the action itself or upon directives I might
have received."
Saltonstall: "There were no directives?"
MacArthur: "There were no directives, sir."
Army Draft Call
For June (20,000)
Lowest This Year
Lull In Korea
Continues
TOKYO, May 5 (UP)The lull
In aggressive Communist activity
went Into Its seventh straight
day In Korea today as the Reds
massed strength behind the
front for new assaults.
' Sharpest action was when
tank-led United Nations task
forces probing the Red buildup
area above Seoul ran into stiff
resistance for the second straight
day.
Tank and infantry teams
probing No Man's Land on the
central and eastern fronts
found few Communist troops.
After a visit to the front Unit-
ed Nations Supreme Command-
er Matthew B. Rldgway said at
8th Army headquarters yester-
day:
"I find a very different situa-
tion than you generally find. You
know, the farther you go to the
front usually and every bat-
tle commander always says so
the better the spirit, the high-
er the degree of confidence.
"Now, this time, the degree of
confidence could not be any
higher back In Tokyo in the 8th
Army's ability under Lt. Gen.
James A. Van Fleet than it Is
right up there at the front.
'And up there it is complete-
complete confidence, complete
self-assurance in their ability to
handle anything that Is thrown
at them.
"In fact, the only uncertain-
ty I find anywhere In my mind
Is how long those fellows (the
Communists) are going to con-
tinue to put up with the empty
Communist promises to throw
us out of Korea and destroy the
United Nations army.
"So far the only things they
have succeeded in destroying are
a few tens of thousands more of
their own men, and so far as I
can see they are going to con-
tinue to pay the bloody price
they have been paying.
"Maybe some day these people
who are being used as cannon
fodder will wake up and listen
to reason. It's a tragic thing that
they have to sacrifice so many
tens of thousands of people and
continue to devastate this coun-
try for their own aggressive,
elfish ends."
WASHINGTON. May 5 (UP)
The Army has notified Selective
6ervie* officials that lt can get
'along with 20,000 draftees h
June because voluntary enlist-
ments have picked up sharply.
It was the lowest draft call
for any month since the present
rearmament program began, and
only one-fourth of the monthly
quota prevailing early this year.
The Air Force meantime an-
nounced that, beginning next
month, more than 40,000 women
will be recruited for the WAF
(Women in the Air Force) which
now has a ceiling strength of
7,000.
The Air Force said the WAF
recruiting program is being un-
dertaken under a Defense De-
partment policy of using women
in the armed services to the
greatest possible extent. The ex-
pansion will bring WAF strength
to 4.000 officers and 44,000 en-
listed women.
Wit'i the June draft call, the
Army will have taken In a total
o* 550,000 men through selec-
tive service.
The Air Force, Navy and Ma-
rine Corps have taken no draft-
ees so far and announced they
would not need any in June.
Spurred by the possibility of
being drafted, young men have
been flocking to Army recruit-
ing offices in recent months.
MacArthur, locked in a feud
with Defense Secretary George
C. Marshall, had been expected
to challenge Marshall's "Europa
First" concept which has domin-
ated United States foreign policy
for 10 years.
It was Marshall, as Army Chief,
of 81 a f f, who overrode Mao-
Arthur's plea hi 1942 to commit
the bulk of the then sketchy .
United States ground forces to
the offensive against Japan Hi'
the Southwest Pacific, then Mac*
Arthur's command.
With the late President Roose-
velt's backing Marshall Insisted
the big buildup should be in
Europe.
MacArthur contended that his
beleagured garrison on Bataais
had been "starved" into surrend-
er, and that his command had
received something less than,
five per cent on of United Stataa
military resources up to thafl
time.
Marshallthe most influential
of all Allied wartime generals*
was his target then as now.
Meanwhile the Truman Ad-
ministration remained silent an
the statement of Senator Wil-
liam J. Fulbright, D. Ark., that
Secretary of 8tate Dean Acheson
opposed MacArthur's dismissal.
Acheson. the White House ag
the State Department all refus-
ed to comment.
Previously officials had Indi-
cated that Acheson did not pro-
pose firing MacArthur, but went
along with Mr. Truman's deci-
sion.
These officials said the pro-
blem primarily was between
MacArthur and his immediate
superiors In the Pentagon.
Freight House Cashier Must
Stand Trial In District Court
Overruling a defense motion
for dismissal, Balboa Magistrate
Ralph Chlttick yesterday after-
noon ordered Mrs. Mina Dee to
stand brlal in the District Court
on two charges of failing to ac-
count promptly for government
funds.
The dafense motion, by attor-
ney Woodroow de Castro, wai
made for both charges on the
grounds that as cashier for Uw
Panama City freight house Mrs.
Dee was not required to account
for any particular sums she had
received until the end of each
month and that this accounting
was done In the Republic of Pac-
ama.
On one charge alone, De Cas-
tro asked dismissal on the
grounds that payment had been
made In check, that the check
had been cashed and was jack
in possession of the payee and
that no part of this money had
been wltheld.
During the long hearing, chief
Inspector J. R. Williams testified
that Mrs. Dee had said, during
questioning in the District At-
torney's office, that she had ;.!-
tered receipt* given for freight
storage and had made refunds to
the consignees on the order of
"little white slips of paper,"
signed with the Initials of Enil-
que de la Ossa, Agent In Panama
for the Panama Railroad.
She was unable, however, to
produce any of the Initialed slips
of paper or to locate any of the
consignees to whom she said "he
had given the refunds. Williams
also testified that he had made *
personal search In offices of the
freight house without locating
any such pieces of paper.
The Governments case waS
handled by Assistant District At-
torney Kay Fisher. 8he presented)
six witnesses: Baldlr Singh. An-
dres Ardlnes. de la Ossa. John C.
Page Oregory Cartotto and Wil-
liams.
In an opening statement to
the court, an unusual procedure
in a preliminary hearing. Mrs.
Fisher outlined the government*
case, as she later developed i
by the witnesses. Through tne
six witnesses the government
showed that on Dec. 21. Ardlnis.
a truckdrlver had gone to the
freight house to pick up frelgn
for Valencia, owner of a Panama
luggage store.
Mrs. Dee figured the charges
due and Ardlnes presented Va-
lencia's check for $35.20. The
freight was turned over to Ar-
dlnes for Valencia and nelt'-ef
asked for or received a refund.
On the duplicate copy of the i re-
ceipt turned In to the PRR aud*
.tor at the end of December, tnt)
amount showed the amount i*-
ceived as $35.20 instead of $35.2
a $20 shortage.
About Dec. 15, Singh went to
the frelghthouse to claim freight
for Modern India and paid Mrs.
Dee $32.05 In cash. She gave hi
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Soviet-Zone (Germany
Chokes Free Trade
by EDWARD M. KORRY
SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1881
LEIPZIG, May 5 (UP).Priv-
ate businessmen here in the
Russian zone of Germany say
they can hold out one more year
at the most before Communist-
run cartela swallow them and el-
iminate free trade In Eastern
Germany.
Owing to the present Soviet-
Inspired campaign for a united
Germany and for trade betweon
East and West Oermany the
East German satellites are chip-
ping away at the free enterprise
trade structure rather than blow-
ing it into oblivion.
The methods used are much
the same as those used by the
Soviet satellites against indepen-
dent farmers by heavy taxa-
tion and the use of production
and supply quotas.
Heavy and other essential In-
dustries are already either com-
pletely or at least 75 per cent
nationalized.
Private firms are for the most,
part limited to consumer goods,
light Industries and the retail
trade.
Communists here point to their
five year plan, which calls for
a 88 per cent Increase In pro-
duction from the private trade
sector, to prove that they have
no Intention of shutting out free
enterprise.
But these are the facts;
1) Discrimination against priv-
ate firms In the supply of raw
materials was reported by every
private firm I interviewed;
2) A three per cent turnover
tax and high corporation taxes
had weakened the financial
structure of most businesses, tut
the crusher came when the Com-
munists asked for Capital Im-
provement taxes retroactive to
1945. Many firms paid high
prices for equipment to get back
into business, and they are now
being taxed on these costly im-
provements;
3) Profit Is limited to 15 per
cent fo.- merchants, exclusive of
three per cent turnover tax.
Businessmen have said repeat-
edly: "We are just running out
of money and we cannot noia
out UU next spring."
Window displays in this show-
case city are better than at any
time since pre-war, but retail
merchants say they cannot se;l
their displays because It is their
only stock on hand. .
In contrast the new State-
run retail organization in East
Germany the Handels organ-
ization is to be seen every-
where.
It deals In every retail Item,
owning restaurants, food shops
and department stores.
They are tindercuttlng private
dealers.
Their stocks are far better
than last year, and they are un-
dercutting private dealers.
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a correspondent. "I can under-
stand a bid being forcing, and I
can understand a pass snowing
weakness. But I cannot under-
stand a pass tnat is strong
enough to force the partner."
The term "forcing pass" Is usu-
ally applied when both sides have
bid up to a high contract. In this
kind of situation, a player often
Is In doubt whether to double for
penalties or to go on. Sometimes
he can afford to pass and let his
partner decide. Such a pass is
called a forcing pass.
Even experts sometimes mis-
read this type of bid. A much-
discussed case took place in the
Masters Individual Tournament
of 1960, as shown In today's hand.
West felt Justified in reopen-
ing the bidding when two hearts
was passed around to him. He
was quite right, of course, since
his side could make four spades.
Curiously enough, however, South
could take 11 tricks at hearts.
West bid up to four spades
slnglehanded, but then properly
decided to pass over five hearts.
It was quite possible that his
partner had enough defensive
strengt hto double this bid.
Actually, East had a nearly
worthless hand. He failed to real-
ize that West's pass was forcing.
It was Inconceivable that West
could bid as he had without be-
ing willing to sacrifice at five
spades against a vulnerable game
in hearts. West's pass clearly said
"Partner, double five hearts if
you have some defensive
strength. Otherwise, make a
further bid m spades or clubs."
In short, the pass forced Bast to
take some action, and East was
very wrong in passing.
South easily made five hearts,
for a score of 880 points. Had
East gone on to five spades, his
side would have lost only 100
points.
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage License*
DE WITT, William Russell, 22,
of Albrook Field, formerly of
West Point, Ky., to WHITCOMB,
Tonl Joan, 19, of Galveston.
SIMMONS, Pyatt Delmtt, 21,
of Fort Clayton, formerly of Los
Angeles, to CLEMENT, Meiva
Edith, 18, of Panama.
Births
MOSCARITOLO, Mr. and Mrs.
Rocco, of New Cristobal, son,
May 2, Colon Hospital.
RUSSELL, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
N., of Colon, son, May 2, Colo.i
Hospital. /
MIDDLETON. Mr. and Mrs. H.
A., of Chorrera, son, May 8, G&i-
gas Hospital.
Tear Gas Backfire*
ST. LOUIS, (UP) A burglar a-
larm at a local chicken firm did
too good a Job. It chased the bur-
glars away and also killed the
chickens. The alarm was rigged
to dispense tear gas. Thieves en-
tered and set off the gas. They
ran. The 135 chicks couldn't
they were caged. All chicks were
found dead the next morning.
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TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
PYGMALION .......................May 28
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HELDER........................... May 18
HERA ..............................May 18
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TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE
Bo. 96, &/L JLfku -OJ ? 1336
Mr. and Mrs. Francis George Test*, Jr.. leaving the iBirri
St. Andrew* Charch, Cocoll. after their marriwe there Friday
afternoon, April the twenty-seventh. Mr*. Tete, the former
Iva^Vl&Tiai a daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Junta. L. BoUn
of Cocoli and Dade City, Florida.
Admiral and Mr*. Bledtoe -
Entertain at Luncheon
The Commandant of the FU-
teenlh Naval District and Mm.
Albert M. Bledsoe entertained at
luncheon Thursday at the Com-
mandant's Quarters on the, 15th
Naval District Reservation fo
the Captain and Officers of the
visiting French Polar Expedition
Ship "Commandant Chareot \
and for the French Minister ^o
Panama and, Mrs. Guy Meno.it,
their daughter. Mrs. Slmone de
Raulin, and the counsellor of the
Legation and Mrs. Marcel Olivio--
also the leading French sclentlits
of the expedition, and several oi -
fleers of ,the Naval District and
their wives.
thur Roche and Mrs. Max!.*
"Nara.
The brldgegroom Is a Corporal
with the 33rd Infantry, stationed
Ot Fort Kobbe. The young couple
are spending a short honeymoin
at the Hotel Washington In Co-
lon.
Davis-Jones Wedding
Last Evening
In the presence of a large
group of relatives and friends
Mrs. Iris Janice Campbell Jones,
daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Fred E.
Campbell of Balboa, was marrifd
last evening at six o'clock '.o
Malcolm T. Davis, son of Charles
Davis and the late Mrs. Davis of
h Ranger, Florida. Chaplain Ec.-
, ward T. Donahue performed the
ceremony at the Post Chapil,
Fort Amador.
The Chapel was decorated wl>.b
Calla lilies, ferns and polled
Palms and lighted with candles.
80S. King, the organist, played |
the traditional wedding,marehesj
; for the processional and reces-
sional.
I Given In marriage by her fath-
er, the brlrde was gowned In pale
blue nylon tulle and lace and
carried pale pink roses. Hr
cown was ballerina length and 1
her small hat and veil and her
Uppers matched the gown In
color.
Miss Anita Campbell was ner
Bister's only attendant. Her cost-
ume, in shell pink, was like the
bride's and she carried a nose-
gay of varl-colored flowers. S^t
Russell Hall was best man end
the ushers were 8gt. Arthur Roc-
; he and Cpl. J. E. "Hopkins.
! After the ceremony Mr. ani
Mrs Campbell gave a reception
> at their residence in Balboa. Mrs
Campbell wore aquamarine bh.
crepa with white accessories and
a corsage of orchids. AsslsMng
at the reception were Mrs. Ar-
Captain and Mrs. West
Entertain in Colon
Captain Robert 3. Bertschy, .
8. N.. and Mrs. Bertschy, were
the guests of honor at a lunche-
on which Captain Marvin J.
West. U. S. N. and Mrs. West of
Balboa Heights gave yesterday At
the Hotel Washington in Colon.
The luncheon proceeded the
3ertschy' sailing yesterday after-
noon for New Yrrlc, en route to
his new station in San Francisco.
California.
Mr. and Mr. Clarendon
Guests of the Gramers ,
Until their departure for N"#
York next week, Mr. and Mrs.
James P. Clarendon will ^^ the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh R.
J? Xt
oveiier
mu
er
She
cial
deserves something *pe-
for Mother's Day .
Why not treat her to a lovely
natural looking permanent
wave or a new flattering hair
style 1
Make her appointment today 1
Balboa 3677
Armed Services
YMCA Beauty Salon
(YMCA Bldg.) Balboa
Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Dorothy Gray Cosmetics.
Cramer at their residence on the
Sabanas.
Dr. and Mr*. Irvin Honored
At Farewell Parties
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Cross
gave a buffet supper last even-
ing at their residence in Balboa
for their brother-in-law and
sister, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel 8.
Irvin, who afe leaving soon to
live In North Carolina. The party
also honored several of *helr
friends who are sailing shortly
on vacation trips to the United
States.
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Phillips en-
tertained a small group of friends
at a dinner given for Dr. and
Mrs Irvin Thursday evening at
their home in Corozal.
Shower Given For
Mrs. Holcomb
Mrs. Doris Stailings, Mrs. M'l-
dred Eld and Mrs. Claudia Hem-
ming entertained jointly at a
buffet supper and gift shOwir
for Mrs. Harry Holcomb Wednes-
day evening. The party was held
at the home of Mrs. StalllngV
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Pearl,
at Las Cumbres.
The guest list Included Mr>.
Holcomb, Mrs. Pearl, Mrs. Ru.h
Rlley. Mrs. Betty Barnett, Mrs.
Pat Hunter. Mrs. Thelma Bur-
rell, Mrs. Jean Moses, Miss Anne
Marie Schultz. Mrs. Theodcve
Quinn. Mrs. Gladys Kennedy and
Mrs. Evelyn Corrigan.
Depaitnre
Mrs and Mrs. Eugene McGrath
left by airplane Thursday on a
trip to New York.
Mrs. Blac Hostess
Mrs. William Black entertalno.l
her bridge club Thursday even-
ing at her home at Pedro Miguel.
Her guests Included Mrs. Law-
rence Adler, Mrs. Frank Ger-
chow. Mrs. William G. Hull. Ml8.
E. Judson, Mrs. Marion Luca*.
Mrs. Ethlyn Wood. Mrs. Maiv
Davies and Mrs. Edward Senna-
ke.
Birthday Party
Mis. Edward A. Murdock gave
a party yesterday afternoon at
her home on Curundu Heights
for her daughter, Edna Jean, on
her second birthday anniversary
Assisting the hostess were Miss
Wally Arosemena, Mrs. C. D.
Youngtlood. Mrs. Clyde Beary,
Mrs. Roy Harris and Mrs. J. Cop-
ello. .
Among the children entertain-
ed were: Carrie and Vicky Mc-
Coy, Arelia and Jimmy Hicks, Al-
mlta Arosemena. Yoli Solano,
Joey Copello. Cathy Kelsey. Vir-
ginia Lynn Beaty. Shirley Mad-
sen. Ronnie and Bobby Laval.e,
Letty Lou Youngblood, Olngtr
Wertz. Sheila and Freddy Sny-
aen, Peggy and Oracle Vale. Pau-
line and Lynn Braun, Ricardo
Woo. Kenneth and Pamela Hie';*
John and Wlliam Gough and Ed-
ward Murdock, Jr.
To Visit New York
C",da
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Toledano
:.:... uiur children of Bella Vista
have left to spend three months
vacation in New York and Can-
ada.
Beaux Arts Ball Tonight
At The Tivoli
The Ballroom of the Hotel Tl-
DR. JAMES G. TOWN8BND. (above center) Chief of Field
Partv for the Point Four health and sanitation program, ar-
rived In Panama this week. He will begin the work outlined
in the basic agreement -signed between Panama and the Unit-
ed States on February 26, 1651.
He is shown above during his first official act after ar-
rival which was a courtesy call on Dr.'Carlos N. Brin, Min-
ister for Foreign Affairs. (Left to right), Joseph J. Dempsey,
Public Affairs Officer of the American Embassy; Ernest C.
Jeppsen, Acting Chief of Party, Institute of Inter-American
Affairs; Dr. Townsend; Murray M. Wise, United States Charge
d'Affaires: and Dr. Brin.
. Dr. Townsend has had long experience in the field of
health and sanitation both hi the United States and abroad.
Ho began his work with the Public Health Surveys In the
southern United Btates where full time health departments
were established. During the first World War he was in
charge of Cantonment Sanitation Programs In the various
military camps. Later he went on tour as Supervisor for
the War Risk Insurance Bureau, now known as the Veterans
Administration.
Dr. Townsend spent 1923 and 1924 in Puerto Rico making
a Tuberculosis Survey at the same time, he studied the epi-
demiology of Influenza. After completing his report, he was
sent to Hamburg, Germany, and Naples, Italy, In the interest
of Foreign Quarantine and Immigration. Upon returning to
the United States he was appointed Chief of the Medical Di-
vision of the Office of Indian Affairs of the Department of
the Interior. He remained In this office six years.
Before coming to Panama, Dr. Townsend was Chief of
the Division of Industrial Hygiene of the Public Health Ser-
vice.
The objectives of the Point Four health and sanitation
program in Panama are to' facilitate the development of
health and sanitation through cooperative action of Panama
and the United States, and to stimulate and increase an in-
terchange between the two countries of knowledge, skills and
techniques in this field.
The program will be carried out by the Health and Sani-
tation Division, of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs.
voll will be the scene tonight of
the Beaux Arts Ball sponored by
the Canal Zone Art League. A
good time is promised to all who
attend and all interested in en-
couraging artists on the Isthmus
are especially urged to be pre-
sent. The proceeds will be addf d
to a scholarship fund for ar.
students' advanced study. Tickets
to the dance will be sold at tho
door to the ballroom tonight
Altar Society Breakfast
Tomorrow Morning
The Rosary Altar Society of 8*.
Mary's Church will hold its an-
nual breakfast tomorrow morn-
ing at the Hotel Tivoli, follow-
In the 80'clock Mass. Reception
of new members will be held at
the Church afternoon at 5:30.
HUBBY TRIPPED UP
NEW MJLFORD, N. Y., (UP)
State police were called by an
Irate woman to catch the thief
who took one of her prize turkey*.
Officers visited a restaurant
where the proprietor admitted a
man had sold him such a turkey.
On the proprietor's description,
the police found the seller to be
the husband of the turkey owner.
The law wasn't needed for tha
"punishment" that followed.

THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO THE
First Baptist Church
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. Z.
SUNDAY, MAY 6th
10:45 a.m."How To Listen To A Sermon"
James 1:21 -22
Ambassador Quartet "Lead Me To Cavalry"
. BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY NIGHT
Prophetic Massages On Daniel
7:J0 p.m."Cod's Hand In the National Recession'
Daniel 1:1-3
Ambassadors Quartet ............Special Solo
"Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus".......Ruth Pretiz
Pastor W. H. BEEBY Speaking
Radio Outlet H0XO 760

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Chicken Soup
You
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brimming spoonful the
fine chicken flavor of
Campbell's Chicken Soup
so tempting so deli-
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Plump, full-breasted
chickens, simmered ever
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that fairly gleams with
chicken richness. Fine
white rice, cooked to fluffy
lightness, is then added to
the broth. And finally,
pieces of chicken are
measured in generously
chicken so tender it fairly
melts in your mouth.
7-Year-0ld Girl
Found Murdered
In Georgia Canal
AUOU8TA. Oa., May 5 (UP)
An Atlanta "crime doctor" said
today that seven-year-old Lois
Janes was slashed with a sharp
instrument and was dead before
her body reached the canal
where it was washed ud last
Friday.
Dr. Herman Jones' report add-
ed weight to police belief that
the brown-ieyed little girl, who
vanished from her home in the
textile mill section a week be-
fore she was round, was a mur-
der victim.
Augusta police called In Dr.
Jones, a well-known southern
crlmlnollglst, after conflicting
medical evidence left the cause
and manner of the little girl's
death a mystery.
In Dr. Jones, opinion, his re-
port said, the body had not been
In the water before death, and
lacerations on the left side of
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Arms Embargo
Against Red China
Proposed By U.S.
UNITBD NATIONS, N. Y., May
5 (UP)The United States has
proposed an arms embargo
against Communist China "so
that no soldier In Korea should
be the target of a bullet manu-
factured in the free world."
The plan was outlined at a
private meeting of the United
Nations Sanctions Committee
and American delegate Ernest
A. Oross said It would be em-
bodied in a formal resolution
earlv next week.
However, it was reliably re-
ported that there was consider-
able opposition among some of
the 12 committee members to
taking such a step against the
Pelplng Government at this
particular time.
The plan for a "strategic em-
bargo," as explained by Oross at
a news conference following the
meeting of the sanctions com-
mittee, calls for:
An embargo on arms, am-
munition and implements of
war, petroleum, atomic energy
materials, and Items useful in
the production of arms, am-
munition and implements of
war.
The U. S. still had some con-
vincing to do to get some of Us
major allies to go along with the
embargo plan at this Juncture.
Specifically, it was reported
that Britain. France and Can-
ada were dubious about the tim-
ing of the U. S. proposal though
probably not against it in prin-
ciple.
Oross emphasized that many
her face were made by a self-
cutting (sharp) instrument.
The wounds could not have
been inflicted by the iron grill
of the canal sluice gate, he add-
ed, "nor were thev inflicted by
any marine life In the canal.'
The child's missing ear like-
wise could not have been sever-
ed by a turtle or fish but was
cut off cleanly with a sharp In-
strument.
The Richmond County sheriff's
office and Augusta police are
working together to find the
killer or killers of the child.
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OUtilbutOT la Iht Republic oi Faaim*
and ihc Canal Zona
JULIO VOS
No. 3 "A" Street
Telephone 1-2971 Panam
of the Allied nations including
France and Brtlaln alreadv have
prohibited shipment of war
materials to Communist China
and that there is widespread
restriction on shipment of mat-
erials which might Indirectly
support the Communist Chin-
ese aggression.
The American program. Gross
said, would tend to generalize
already existing restrictions and
"extend their scale."
The American diplomat said it
would be up to each nation to
decide for itself which Items
were useful In production of
arms.
RECORDS
45
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LA POSTAL
Central Avenue
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Music Nightly (except Mondays) By Archie's Trio'
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Down The Street from The Hotel Tivoli
HECTOR DOWNE, manager.
I
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts :
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sixes.
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OFFICE IN PANAMA:
IN Central Are. st
corner of "I" Street.
G. R. De ROUX
Manager.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
ef 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sab-Manager.
HOURS:
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SATURDAY, MAT S, 1951
Yankees Vault Into American League Command
comes irom good soa siocs out mere is no recura
lnging fancy prices at the Saratoga yearling sales,
would never mistake his profile for Gregory Peck's
it pass for Stymie, either. Not in clear daylight.
r n
LOllh.VlI.Li;.They've never saddled humans and run them
tfi the Derby which, parenthetically, may explain the absence of
candat down through the yean, but It may come to that this
m "Right now the best horse in the bunch is Eddie Arcaro," the
trick handicapper was saying yesterday, "and that's how the
J^ople are going to bet. Wait and see.''
- Arcaro lias been called many things in his day but this is the
tjrst time I have heard him identified with the horse family. Un-
doubtedly he comes from good solid stock but there is no record
t& Arcaro's brlngln
H,ls true you ~
bit he wouldn
What the man means, of course, is that this threatens to be
,. mediocre field and that any horse Arcaro ridesit will be
kttle Mornmoves up sharply on the reasoning that he is the
st jockey in the game today. '
But just being the best jockey is not enough. He has to have
aome kind of home under him, preferably one that can and feels
ltKe running. This game is pretty much like baseball in its basic
Jdtmands. Even when Connie Mack was good he finished last seven
ttaight times
Arcaro has become something of a Derby institution. People
are inclined to bet him like they used to bet any horse Ed Brad-
ley, the old gambling man, started. Like he wat home free. And
the little Kentucky-born Italian, fruit fanciers call Banana Nose,
has come through for them four times. He's the winningest of
el' Derby Jockeys.
What the bet-Arcaro guild fall to remember is that the young
fellow has been on more losers than winners. His record is four
for 11. Because of his pre-eminence Arcaro virtually has his pick
Hi Derby starter^. As a consequence he's astride the people's
choice. To be specific, nine of his mounts went to the post the
favorite, one was second choice, another fourth,
w. Two Derbies back, Arcaro picked Olympla. The combination
looked like money from home. The public practically wrecked the
machines betting it. Olympla went off at odds on tless than even
jBoney) and came back, after an interminable wait in sixth
see. That was the afternoon Ben Jones put over Ponder at in
one. Remember?
Of modern jockeys, Earl Sande ranks next to Arcaro out
Bfre, with three wins in eight tries. Three times he was out of
itu- money, and once, his first try, he was dead last. Unlike Ar-
rorr, though, he never lost on a favorite and in 1923 he booted
Zev home at 19 to one. That was the year the winter book put
i cnul on the suckers. Didn't pay off.
."* It goes without saying (Ed: Then why say it, Wms?) that
a good jockey gives the players an edge, yet the casualties among
name jockeys out here have scarcely been negligible. Even ap-
prentices, youngsters hardly dry behind the ears, have taken it
all. Ira Hanford on Bold Venture in '36. Bill Roland on Middle.
ernund last year, both, oddly, on horses trained by foxle Maxie
fersch.
"~ Wuite a few name jockeys have found the Derby beyond
Uifu best efforts. Either they lacked the horse or the luck. You
etaii't hear much about Laverne Fator these days, yet he could do
Bre with a horse than Lily Pons can with an aria. He had four
ts at it and didn't come close.
! The only reason the great Fator didn't finish last in '32 was
wat a thing called Lib Limited broke down on the back stretch.
Bit was Fator was a red-faced 19th. This race, by the way wag
fSj>ieal of Fa tor's Kentucky destiny. Bradley had two horses
Ming for him that day. The other one, Burgoo King, won.
* On two earlier occasions Fator thought he had Derby mounts
tuB due to circumstance! over which he had no control lost them.
Hey eventually went to Sande and both won. Fator had to pass
W Zev because the stable to which he was contracted ran
horse in New York the same day. Same thing happened in the
Flying Ebony race.
-----Sonnle Workman never won out here. Neither did Georglt
Wooll. Both crack jockeys- Wool! had a particularly unattractive
record, being in the money only once in seven starts, and twice
lie was last. They were turning on the lights in downtown Louis-
ville when he finally got' back with Bradley's Billionaire In '37,
30th in a 20-horse field, actually beaten by 40 lengths. That
night the native hard-boots switched from bourbon to carbolic. It
toeing said there is a difference.
Ted Atkinson will be going for the Downs, to quote the
broadcasters, this Saturday. His record is 3 for Oh. In '49 he
JSgsrd Ponder home to be second, first time he'd been In the
'torwiey. He'll be up on Greentree's Big Stretch, John Campbell's
rap horse now that Uncle Miltie and Battlefield have been with-
drawn. And he's much better than a green-hand.
I'.li' But at this writing they are saying the horse to beat is
laro.
'Wonder how he'll look draped in roses?
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Srancing thoroughbreds was en-
ered for today's 77th running of
the classic Kentucky Derby, and
at least 21 of them are expected
actually to run in America's blue-
ribbon horse race.
Tills almost certainly will be
the dichest Derby of all times.
Even if only IB go, the winner
would get $97,050 breaking
the record of $96.400 earned in
1948 by Assault. And the purse
goes up $1,000 for each horse
over 19 that parades to the post
at 4:30 p.m. iCDT>.
The weather forecast was for
clear skies after showers late
yesterday and a lightning-fast
track. That meant that only two
horses probably would pull out
before the 3:46 p.m. scratch
deadline today leaving 21 to face
the rose run before 110,000 per-
sons.
The entries range from the
favorite, Battle Norn (bearing
Jockey Eddie Arcaro as he
shoots for his fifth Derby vic-
tory) to The (link, one of the
many odd-named horses en-
tered and one of the longest
shots In the field at 40 to 1.
In most overnight lines, Battle
Morn was made a 4 to l favorite
with C. V. Whitney's classy pair
of Mameluke and Counterpoint
the second choice at 5 to 1. The
Churchill Downs track handicap-
per. however, refused to go with
most of the experts and listed
the Whitney entry as a 3 to 1
favorite with Battle Morn the
second choice at 4 to 1.
Fanfare, Calumet Farm's hope
or a fifth Derby victory and
ralner Ben Jones' candidate for
his sixth triumph In the big race,
and Qreentree Stables entrv of
Big Stretch and Hall Of Fame
were listed at 8 to 1.
Following them came King
Ranch's Sonic at i to 1. Repetolre
and the field, which will be made
up of seven horses if all 23 run,
at 10 to 1.
Count Turf, Bernwood, King
Clover, Kings Hope Pur Sang
and Phil D. were put in the bet-
ting mutual field, but that Is eub-
iect to change. If any of the
hree long shot coupled entries
scratch, Count Turf will be tak-
en out of the field and given a
separate number.
The ChurcbiU Downs price
maker explained he put such
formidable horses as Count
Turf and Bernwood In the field
because he dislikes to put any
entry in the mntuel betting.
Mrs. Rmll's Denmark Ruhe was
IS to l and Mrs. Wallace OUroy's
Timely Reward at 30 to I.
Sruizeles, coupled with The'
O i nk as the Brown Hotel entry:
the Peavey pair of Anyoldtime
and Sir Bee Bum, and the Wil-
son entry of Royal Mustang and
Oolden Birch were listed at 40 to
1.
Trainer Joe Puckett announced
that Bnuszle will go if the track
U fast. The Oink if it U slow or
muddy. That will reduce the field
to 22 and owner Mrs. Fred Sharpe
said she might withdraw her
Kings Hope unless the track was
off.
Two horses. Big Stretch and
Bernwood, will not go unless the
track is fast.
The orowd figures to make
Battle Morn the early favorite
when the Derby mutuel windows
open at 8:30 a.m. (CDTi simply
because Arcaro Is up.
"He's net a standout horse,
but there is nothing better in
the race," Arcaro said. "He
showed me in finishing a
strong fourth In the Derby
Trial on Tuesday that he likes
to run wh*n other horses are
starting to fade."
Arcaro was offered at least a
half dozen mounts before he de-
finitely decided to ride Battle
Morn.
Jones, not too hopeful for his
three-year-old "poor little hore"
figured that Ruhe will be the
winner, but admitted we might
Save g chance That Is more
an he admitted on his 1949
Derby winner. Ponder. Jones de-
cided to run Fanfare In the
Derbv when he won the Trial,
despite the fact that onlv one
horse which won the Trial ever
National League
Teams H L Pet.
Boston.....12 7 .832
St. Louis..... S .816
Pittsburgh .... 8 6 .671
Brooklyn .. 9 8 529
Philadelphia , 9 8 .639
Chicago.....6 8 .428
Cincinnati .... ft 9 .400
New York.....6 13 .316
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at New York.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Boston.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
St. Louis 101(100 0104 9
lila. 400 020 OOx 6 12
Pollet 11-11, Boyei- U>, Wuks
(8) and Oaraglola. Meyer (1-1J
and Wilder. I
American League
Teams W I Pet.
New York .12 4 .760
Washington . .10 4- .714
Cleveland . . f 4 .692
Boston.....8 7 .618
Chicago.....7 7 .600
Detroit.....| 7 .417
St. Louis .... 4 18 -860
Philadelphia ... 3 13 .181
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cleveland,
New York at St. Louis.
Boston at Detroit.
The six teams' of the Pacific
Divisional Softball League will
face action on opening1 day. May
6, von the La Boca Ban Park.
t 8 a.m.. Building Division
tackle Army on the main
softball diamond. Housing Is
scheduled to meet Navy on the
baseball diamond, at 9:30. The
final game on opening daywill
be played at 10:30 when Com-
missary and Post Office tangle.
The first half-season schedule
follows:
May 6:
9:00 a.m.Bldg. D|v. vs. Army
No. Diamond.
8:30 a.m.Housing vs. Ngvy No.
10:30 a.m.Commissary vs. Post
Office No. 1.
May 13:
8:00 p.m.Post Office vs. Bldg.
Dlv. No. 2 Diamond.
4:43 p.m.Army vs. Housing No.
May 13:
8:00 am.Navy vs.Commissary
No. i Diamond.
9:30 a.m.- Housing vs. Bldg.
Dlv. NO. J.
10:30 am.Commissary vs. Ar-
my No. 1.
May 19:
3:00 p.m.Post Office vs. Navy
No. 3 Diamond.
4:45 p.m.Army vs. Post Office
No. 2.
May 20:
9:00 a.m.Commissary vs. Bldg.
Dlv. No. 1 Diamond.
9:30 a.m.Army vs. Navy No. 2.
10:30 a.m.Housing vs. Commis-
sary No. l.
Lopat Wins 4th In Row?
Boston Leads Nationals
' ty Uniitd Prtts
NIW YOIK, May 7~~ Thi Yonktte vaulrtd from
third to first place in tht American Uoflut a. a result
of their 1-1 victory over tht wsok St. Louts frowns while
tht Whit* Sox nostd out the Senator, and the Indians
dropptd o doeision to tht Athletics. /
The Yankees, mopping up
against the weaker Western
clubs, came through strong In
the late Innings to provide lefty
Ed Lopat wlthTJU fourth victory
against no defeats.
A terrific catoh by Jackie Jen-
sen cut off one potential Browns
rally while Rookie Mickey Man-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
012
Chicago 012 000 >)0G3 6 I
Boston 222 210 00x9 11 1
Russ (l-li.Lown ifli.Kslly (7)
and Walker- Blckford (3-2) and
St. Claire.
Pittsburgh 100 000 0001 1 0
New York 301 000 lOx8 7 0
Dempsey (0-2), Walsh, Muir,
Petit and Pitxgerald.
Mage 12-21 and Noble.
Cincinnati 001 130 0008 12 0
Brooklyn 100 210 000* 14 2
Fox. Smith (1-11 and Pramesa.
Hatten, Haugstad i0-D, Er-
sklne. Branca and Camapanella.
went on the capture the Derby.
That was. a Calumet-Jones-Ar-
cgro combination .Citation.
Jones is flying In Steve Brooks
from California to ride Fanfare
because Doug Dodson, who was
up on the horse Tuesday, pre-
viously had contracted to ride Big
Stretch.
The 23 entered yesterday was
second only to the 26 which were
named to run in the 1928 Derby.
Only 22 went in '28, however,
with Reigh Count winning.
IRISH BULLDOG
ATHENS, Oa., (NEA>. Harry
Wright, erstwhile Notre Dame
All-America guard and quarter-
back, is an assistant coach at
Georgia.
Boston 000 020 0024 $ 2
Detroit 000 006 30x- 8 14 1
Taylor (0-3). Kinder. Mc-
Dermott and Ouerra. Newhouser
(1-8) and Ginsberg.
(Night Game)
Phlla. OOO 300 COO8 7 0
Cleveland 000 001 0001 8 1
Kellner and Tipton, Aslroth
(Si. Wynn (2*21 and Hegan.
(Night Game, 11 Innings)
Wash. 100 000 022 006 10 3
Chicago 100 020 020 018 9 3
Sima, Brown (8). Harris (|).
Haynes (0-11 (9) and Orasso,
Okrle (81, Sack <9'. Dobson.
Doriah (9i,Rotblatt (2-1) (9) and
Nlarhos.
(Night Game
New York 8, St. Louis 1.
Pacific Hoop Loop
To Hold Meeting
Monday Evening
A meeting of the Pacific Side
Basketball League will be held
Monday evening. May 7, at the
Balboa Gymnasium at 8:00 p.m.
All representatives wishing to
enter a team In the 1951 Paci-
fic Side Hoop Loop are urged
to attend the meeting as fran-
chises will be awarded and a
schedule starting June 10 will be
acted upon Monday evening.
May 36:
3.00 p.m.Navy vs. Bldg. Dlv.
No. 2 Diamond.
4.45 p.m.-Poat Office vs. Hous-
ing No. 2.
SllveToiylporb
Softball
The Men's Community "B"
League, if the weather permits,
the :eague will be finished on
Tuesday, May 16.
Standing Won Lost Pte.
Dodgers.....5 1 833
Faioons.....4 2 887
OTO......3 | .600
Beevers.....3 8 .400
Riviera.....0 8 .000
A thrilling ball game C. Y. O.
beat the Beavers 8-7.
Cricket
Tomorrow Silver City will meet
Surrey C. C. at ltft. Hope Stadium.
Moor eland-will tackle Sussex at
Camp BiercL.
Interschool Activities
After adding another victory to
a five-year unbeaten stretch In
the Interschool Track 8c Field
Meets, the S. C. HI School Larls
will be Journeying to La Boca on
Friday. May 11 for Interschool
volleyball.
The basketball squad will tra-
vel Thursday. May 17,-to com-
pete against Junior College and
Hi School at La Boca.
Senior Hi and Junior HI
Intramnrals
For the remainder of the school
year, which ends on June 6. the
schedule of games for Junior and
Senior High School students ate
as follows:
Qlrls: Table Tennis.
Boys: Volleyball and BasTtc*-
ball.
Girls Community Softball
The Silver City Girls Commun-
ity Softball team Is ardently
working out to tackle the strong
Las Carmelitas of Colon Mav 17,
18, and 19 In the Colon Stadium.
tie homered clear out of the park
to account for two runs,
The Yankees made 15 hits with
Gene Woodllng getting three.
Chico Carrasquel doubled to
score Ous Nlarhos In the elf'
venth and give the cubs a vic-
tory thst knocked the Senators
out of first place. Eddie Yost hit
a two-run homer to Me up the
Jame for the Senators in the
ighth.
The Athletics scored three
runs in the fourth inning and
nude- them stand up for their
third victory or the year ss
lefty Alex Kellner pitcher a
Six-hitter to edge Early Wynn
in a duel.
A triple by Dave Phllley, a palr
of walks. Billy Hitchcock's two-
run double and a run-scoring fly
by Pete Suder gave the Athletics
their three runs.
The Tigers' anemic hitters
eanie to life for their best run
fi oduction of the season against
he Red Sox as Hal Newhouser
worked steadily to achieve a five-
hitter his first win the year.
Dick Kryhoskl led the way of-
fensively, driving in three runs
with two doubles and a single
Bobby Doerr and Vern Stephens
each hit two-run homers to ac-
count for all the Red Sox runs,
hitter over tb* Cabs. The
Braves' Bob Elliott hit i of two-run homers, Hank
Sauer drove in all the Cabs'
runs with a home run and a
two-ran doable.
The Phillies' Russ Meyer pitch-
ed a nine-hitter and delivered
the key hit a base* loaded
two-run single which put the
PhUs ahead for good. Earlier the
Phils made four hnearned runs
on one hit off Howie Pollet in
the first Inning.
Meyers truck out five, Includ-
ing the entire side in the third
inning. The Cardinals' Peanuts
Lowrey and Joe Oaraglola
homered.
The Reds came from behind to
score three runs In the fifth and
edge the Dodgers on an infield
out and a pair of singles by John
Pramesa and John wyroftek.
The Dodgers' Duke Bnlder
clouted his fifth home run. The
Dodgers got 14 hits but left els-
even men on base.
RING FOR
BELLS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Sal Maglie pitched the Giants ,
to a one-nit 5-1 victory over the i
Pirates at the Polo Grounds. Pi- j
rate third baseman Pate Caetl-
glione's lead-off triple on the!
second pitch of the game was
the only hit MugUe yielded.
in fact, not ose Pirate got past
first base after the second In-
ning. Maglie received fine hit-,
ting support from his colleagues
as the rebounding Giants won
their fourth game out of the last
five after dropping 11 in a row.
Bobby Thomson, Hank Thomp-
SP
vln all contributed homers. Gus
son, Spider Jorgensen, Monte
'
ell drove in the only Pirate
run on an infield out In the first
inning.
In other National League
games the Braves regained first
place by defeating the Cubs 9-3
in a Boston night game while
the Phillies outlasted the Car-
dinals 6-6 in a Philadelphia af-
ter-dark contest and the Reds
upset the Dodgers 8-4 at Ebbet
Field.
Vern Blckford pitches! a five-
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WELCOME ABOARD" PARTT \
Th Coco Solo Officers Clnb wu the cone teat evening
of a eoehtail oorty fleet, fcr the officer, of the station l4
the Officer' Wlee* rjlik to welcome the officer,> n* >
ladles 9f (he newly arrl-ed iia4r)i, W;4J ** Jairon if*.
Greenery and pal fronde were UHdtt4ogrte lb club
with tropical flower*. Red orl formed the centerpiece for
the buffet table.
Receiving the gufit were the Ion. At thl t|m bonvoyage gift
Commending ofllcer Of th *t8- were given Mrs. Fred Ebdon and
tlon, Captain L. L. Koepke and Mrs. T. J. Ebdon 8r., who *.e
Mrs, Xoepk, the executive of- ,"v'n on {or ,? 8lat"-.-i
fleer of the Station. I4eutnxi
Commander d-Dlehl and Mrs.
Dleh!. the Commanding Officer
of Squadron VP-45. Commander
T. o. White, Jr.. and Mr. While,
and th Commanding OffhJr PI
ras'on, Commander W. D. King
and Mr. King.
Lieutenant H- B. Wgltherj,
club officor, wu chairman of
the the committee In charra of
arrapgementi.
FareweU Dinner Party Por
Captain and Mrs. Pertsehy
Captain and Mr. Robert 8
Bertschy. whovsalled yeaterday
for San FrencUco, were honored
with a dlpner party given by th
French Consul at Colon and M;s
Marcello Orlngoire on the eve of
their dPrturf.
Their friend who were present
for their last party on the latnm*
u included: Colonel and M*
James E. Bowen. Jr.. and tnlr
houseguest. Mrs. Marion Hannah
Burt, captain and Mr. L, L,
Koepke. Col<5nel and Mrs. Jam's
Pumpellv. Captain and Mr. Ro-
bert s. Fahle. Judge and Mr. E.
I, P. Tatolman, Mr. Mr. 8. Mee-
Soarran. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne'
Oiider, Mr, and Mr. Albert MM*
tg, Mr. and Mr. Dashwood Da>--
!ing. Captain and Mr. Sam
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenre
Breece of Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Canavagglo. Captain and
Mrs. John Anderson, Miss Ada-
mary Anderson. Misa The!ma
Godwin. Miss Hope Menenifz
and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thorn-
ton of the Hotel Tivoll.
Dinner Party Compliments
Captain and Mr*. Smith
Captain and Mrs. George
Smith, who alled yaater.-".
were tb dinner gueat of Cap-
tain and Mr. C. 8. Townanend
Th Ebdon family ha rended
in Gatun for the pgMfclr$ty
years and th third genert'on
haa been reared in the town.
They will be greatly mU*d in
the church and community Ufa,
when these two families sail I
the states.
Mr. Leslie Croft wa chali-
man of the luncheon committee
and wa asiet*d by Mrs. John
Greening, Mrs. William Radrtru1.
and Mrs. Raymond Ralph.
Mrs. Badders, presided at the
mewtlng. The devotional were
given by Mrs. E, F. McClelland
of Cristobal, and Mrs. Gilbert
Lee gave a report on the recent
Federation meeting.
Four new members were wel-
comed Into the organization:
Mr Alice Clement, Mrs. E- E.
Stem, Mrs. Frank Wolf, and Mr.
Benjamin Brundage.
A penny social is being plan-
ned by one of the link In the
Auxiliary for the evening of May
11th at 7:16 at tha> Church. Any-
one who ha a donation for the
affair please call Mr, genun
Theriot.
Dance At Gatun < lubhoase
Tonight
The Gatun civic Council is
fponsorlrng a Juke Box dance at
the clubhouse thl evening a.
1:00 pra.
Bon Voyage Picnic
Supper Party
A group of friends arranged a
supper on the lawn of the resid-
ence of M>'. and Mm, Louis 3au-
Qverntghted at the Hotel WmJi-
ington before tailing the next
morning on the Ancon.
Altar and Rtearjr
Society Notice
Tto member of th Altar end
Rosary Society of the Church if
the Holy Family in Margarlia,
re reminded of the month y
Corporate Communion to be he'd
toracrrow at 7:<5 am. mas- Ail
member ar urged to attend this
rvlc.
Retarnos Prom Hospital
Little Miss Judith Gray, dautht-
eg of Mr, and Mr. 8. orav.;
ha* returned to he* home in
Gatun from the Colon Hoapltgl.
New Air Mail Slump
Issue For CZ Has
6 Values, 1 Design
A new series of Canal Zone air-
mail stamp of six denomina-
tion will b placed on ale Mon-
day. July lo.
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27 Poultry
Th new iMu, now being pre-
pared by the Bureau or En-
graving and Printing In Waah-
Infton will contain about 3,500,- Jp Disadvantage
000 tmp. will be the torget ,, -eTtal graln
stamp Issue in the Canal Zone :
ino a group of new tamp m
placed on iale on Auguat J6,
1830, commemorating the 25th
anniversary of the opening of the
Canal.
20 Allowance for ^, gg wiefefS
wait vi'SSr- ltstts
II Accomplish Ontleviion 40 Arrive
22 Symbol for
actinium
tl Motion
3 Netting
21 Legal paint
30 appear
on television
30 Preposition
35 Tidings
so Cloth measure
>7 Symbol for
erbium
tl Denuded
S Folding bed
Nevad eitT
1 Nickname of
Lincoln
4TFih
41 Electric! unit
41 Heavy blow
42 Color lightly
44 Approach
45 Hep' kiln
47 Repllc
41 Sue of ihot
(Pi.)
(lRupee(ab)
12 Hawallsn bird
38 Final courses
14 Either
VERTICAL
1 Type of cheese
IAmbry
ormer Editor
31 This Paper
Wins Prize In US
Fred Langworthy, former Ca-
nal emplove and for three years
editor of The Pgnama American,
recently received a second prize
In an annual contest of the As-
sociated Dalles of Florida.
The prize was awarded for a
column he wrote for the Sunday
News Journal of Daytona Beach,
Florida.
Mr. Langworthy left th lath-
mus in October 1937. He was In I
charge of pre work for the Ca-
nal-Railroad for some time and I
served in the Bureau of statistic*
and General Counsel's Office
during his service from 1934 to'
1937. '
Before his canal employment,
he had been employed at Coco
Solo, tha Department Engineer
at Corozal and served aa editor
of The Panama American.
The new stamps ar being la-
sued some of the preent deno-
mination of airmail stamps have
become obsolete a a result of
changes in airmail rates.
The old airmail stamp will re-
main on aale until the upply I
exhausted.
The six new tamp will all
have the same design .with a dif-
ferent color tor each denomlna-
der. of Margarita, Thursday I tlon. They were designed by John
evening a a "bon voyage" to Mr-
end Mr. Frank McLeod, who
sailed Friday for a visit In Vir-
ginia and other points in the
East i
The party was given by Mt
of CrUtobal the nlgnt befo e and Mrs. Batidor Mr. and Mr.
sailing Ernest Angermuller, Captain and c,nt' "CK'
Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor. I Mrs. Sam Rowley, and Mr. and
C. Buechele, alrchltect In the En-
gineering Division.
The denomination and oolors
of th nw stamps will be: four
ent, violet; ix cent, brown: tn
cnt .orange red; aioent, light
blue: 3i-cent, lake red; and 10-
New CZ Stamp
To Honor 31,000
Wesl Indian Workers
of Balboa were also present.
The group enjoyed an out-
door supper at the grill on iho
Towshend lawn.
Captain and Mes. Smith will
*top lo New Vork for a few da;s
before going to Davenport, Io*a.
to join their son, captain Smith
is contemplating returning iw
sea while Mrs. Smith completes
her studio in Davenport.
Covered Dish Luncheon
The ladles of the Gattm Union
Cltwrch Auxiliary, held a ccv-
*ifd dish luncheon at the chuu-:i
Thursday preceding their regulor
monthly meeting.
Twenty-seven members and
five guot attended the lunohe-
M'S- Edward Frledrlch,
The other friends who part-
icipated were: Mr. and Mi,
Howard Clarke and children,
Mrs. Florence Sauder, Captain
and Mrs. Sam Roe and Bobby,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hardy Smith and
children. Captain and Mrs. Roy
L. Hearne and Emll and Roy, Mi
and Mrs. N. A. Philips with their
children, Mr and Mrs. L. G.
Shultz and George, Mr. and Mis.
Malcolm Wheeler with Malcoim
and Dolores, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Kckhoff with Sandy and ,
Edith Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lists Monday Meeting"
Conklln of Balboa. Misses Doro-
thy and June Rowley. Sam Sow-
ley. Jrr.. and Captain and Mir.
C. H. Frederick, of Gamboa, win.
All envelopes bearing the new
stamps that are mailed from any
Canal Zone Post Office on July
16 will be marked "First Day I-
sue."
Collectors who want to nd
covers in advance for cancella-
A new Canal Zone ten-cent
stamp In commemoration of '..i
contribution of Wet Indian 10
the building of the Canal Is no-v
being prepared by the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing in
Washington.
It ic hoped that the new timo
will go on aale In the Canal Son?
by August 15. the anniversary of
the first Canal transit In 1914;
The tamp will how a group
of laborers at work In Culebra
now Gaillgrd Cut.
It was designed by Meada Bol-
ton, former Canal architect, and
his original design 1 now bla<$
Ancon Boulevard
Will Be Blocked
\ The portion of Ancon Boule-
vard from Chame Street to Mlndi
Street will be closed for a three-
wek period starting at 7 p.m.
Monday.
Th atreet Is being closed be-
cause Municipal Division forces
will be working in the area above
Ancon Boulevard on the Anoon-
Chagres Street development for
the nouslng program in that
are.
tlon on th. dav of the opening *$**$$**?** 0l En"
sale should mill their requests ^J"*/"^"l1"^ . th.
to th. Postmast.r of the lilbo . aww^"TSh
H.lghU Post Office, which aorvea Panama Tribuno, first oxprnied
as philatelic agency for the Ca- to Canal official the hope that
nal Zone Postal Service.
Atlantic Camera Club
Beautiful
ALADDIN LAMPS
"A Perfect Gift
for
Mother's Day"
Use Our
Easy Payment Plan
Also in Club
RAOIoTlu
w.DCENTFR
7119 Bolhrar Avenue. Coln
Tels. 46 & 1364
The Atlantic Camera Club will
hold Its bi-monthly meeting in
Cristobal School' R. O. T. C.
building on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speaker of the evening
will be Mr. John Surany.
In accordance with the club's
new policy, the flrat meeting of
the month will be devoted to
black and white photography
and the second to color.
Guests are always welcome at
all club meetings and are cor-
dially invited to attend.
A GlfT FOR YOU
THE SCOn SPOON
Made of Durable Plastic
In Beautiful Colors
S*~~ THCSB
(8A6HT SPOONS
V SOMAaiVUflW
NO IXTSA COST! Ask for the
large Scott's Emulsion package
containing) a beautiful tablespoon.
Obtainable in six attractive colors.
Then give yum family this scien-
tific, vitamin-rkb food-took every
day, as many doctors recommend.
You'll soon have a stronger and
healthier family.
BIRDS EYE
PEACHES
l.cau. in or out of ton,
yw enjey just-picked flew* I
the monumental contribution of
West Indians to the successful
canal construction and it l-
ftcient maintenance be taken
cognizance of by the Penan;
Canal Government througli tne
Issuance of a West Indian Stamp,
in commemoration of their years
of faithful service to the U S.
Government." The letter was tared a Panamanian.
MaJ. Gen. Porter Returns
From Quito And Bogota
Major Oeneral Ray E. Porter,
Commanding General of United
States Army Caribbean accom-
panied by his acting aide de
camp. Captain F. Lopez, haa re-
turned to the Isthmus by air
from Quito, Ecuador. The Oen-
eral's trip included an official
visit to Bogota, Colombia.
written in September 194$.
During the ten years of Canal
construction ({904-1914) there
were 49,10/7 laborers brought to
the Isthmus by the isthmian
Canal Commission. Of this num-
ber 31.071 were from the various
West Indians Islands. 11,973 Eu-
ropean, and 24*3 Latin Ameri-
cans, of whom 357 were regis-
M3=
MAKE
MINE
MONTEZUMA
TROPICAL
TODAY!
"THE
SUNDOWNERS"
A profile to be remembered
Is that of John BARRYMORE,
Jr., 17-year-old son of the late
famous "Oreat Profile." Heir
to the rich theatrical tradi-
tions of the Barry mo res,
Junior makes his big movie
starring debut In the spec-
tacular Technicolor western
drama. "THE SUNDOWNERS."
which opens Today at the
TROPICAL Theatre. Young
Barrymore co-stars with RO-
BERT PRESTON, ROBERT
STERLING and CHILL WILLS,
(Panama Cana/ Ciuikousea-
i Showing Tonight
BALBOA
Alr-CMSIIIen*. 4:1, :M, 1:43
ITS MUST WSICM.
ASTAIRE
foH9
POWELL
Parfact fruit, waste- free, sliced,
sugared, ready to serve!
.Guarantees', to be the faee*
uniform quality, every timtl
*SC01IS EMULSION
NtGH 6NCRGY FOOD TONIC
Petar LAWFORD
Sarah CHURCHILL
Kienifl YfYNN
AL8ERT SHAUPE
Pliu In Person HAY TICO
A HI Guitar! 141 Skew alj>!
Tonight A Tomorrow!
Also
rnhmsm
GATTJN
;CharIUei HBSTON
Liisbelh 8COTT
"DARK CITTT"
DIABLO UTS. 8:15 l:IS
a V.n JOHNSON
Ksthryn ORAYBON
Grounds Por Marriage"
Sundsv UNION STATION1
>_
SUNDAY!
ANCON 2:lfi :15 7:15-
Exthtr WILLIAMS
Howard KEEL
COCOLI 8:15 7:5
Randolph SCOTT
Dorothy MALONC
THE NEVAOAN"
PEDRO MIGVKL
r it rtarskce
SANTA PE"
GAMBOA
1:15
J\ Dolors* MORAN
OHNNV ONR-EYE-
MARGAJUTA :lt
Xotot YOUNG
Betsy DRAKC
"ELIEN"
"O
l:5
CA/S 70141
IT.I >'-.
Tyrone POWER a Susan RAYWAHD
HAWHIpr
LUX
AIR-CONDITIONED
NOW PLAYING
1:10 3:05 5:05
7:00 9:00 p.m.
Voted most popular picture
for the months of "February
and March," in the States!
M-OpTs biggest,
outdoor drama! i
HUM
Lancaster
* VALLEY
iKMNICOIvk
Robert Walker Joanne Dru
MIDNITE SHOW
TOMORROW!
_____ 11 p.m
[ XCITMHT...
[SPECTCU...
IGLORIOUS MUSIC.
% tender, compelling
iove
frcrybody &a M-O-M'i Biasing Drama of Feuding Brothcn and
A Woman wronged! In Technicolor!
BIRTH LANCASTER JOANNE DRU,
"VENGEANCE VALLEY"
afcgajJAltl
CENTRAL
tnyone could hide
ter |Jei%t lomothlng
he., mlfht dwtroy
.r rtpulation!
EUesBor PARKER
Paliiris NRAI.
Ruth ROMAN
- In -
"THREE
SECRETS"
Ell GREAT DRAMA!
BILA VISTA

Wiui lo Wonderful Songs!
With 8 Great Stars!
t GREAT ACTION
FEATURES!
CECILIA T Hi ATM
Lon McAllister. In *###*****
'A YANK IN KOREA" 4 YANK
Also: Jon Hall Michael 0'3hta. In III KOREA
"Last of The Redmen" '". JTS^
TRQPICALTHE AT*E
JOHN BARRYMORE, Jr., in
THE JUNIOR SUNDOWNERS
ENCANTO THEATRE CAPITOLIO THEATM
Howard Duff Peggy
Doln, In
"SHAKE DOWN"
- Aleo: -
"MADELEINE"
with Ann Todd Norman
_____ Woodland________
TIVOLI THEATRE
Spanish Program!
"MADRE QUERIDA"
- Also. -
"La Muerte Enamorada"
John Wayne Maureen
O'Hara. In
"RIO GRANDE
- Also: -
'Come on Ltathtrnocka'
with Richard Cromwell
_______Marsha Hunt_______
VfCTOAM THEATRE
CAPTAIN AMERICA"
(12-lSi Also:
'Gnnp of tha Waterfrent"
"SILVER SPUR"


fAjUE SIX
THE .PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. MAY 5. It51
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Ltavt your ad with on* of our Agents or our Offices '
Minimum for
IS words
3r 9ach additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 TW.IJ Are.
rkeae 7-Ki
EIOSKO DE UCSSEPS
rare.ee it leaee**
rim.mi
MORRISONS
No. r.urtk at July At*.
rkm 2-IMI
BOTICA CARLTON
1MCS M lilaila Av.
theat 2SS COLON
SALON De'uEXXEZA AMERICANO
N K WR Ittk MM
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Ne. N "M" tail FHIM (
N IX.I-1 CuUil Av.. CatM
Afoc4 Claims His Outspoken
Protests Were American Way
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th St.

There are no better
Spray Painting Outfits
or Air Compressors
than
\MPBELL-HAUSFELD
but
there are many that
cost a lot more.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Are. Tel. 3-tl48
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Late 1948 Jeep Station
Wagon, duty paid, one owner, cor
has been taken excellent cere. A-
I condition, throughout, overdrive,
good gos mileage. Call 3-1571.
House 147-B, 8th St. New Cris-
tobal.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet cooch
new generator, clutch ond bat-
tery. $250.00. 1948 Buick Su-
per, origin*! owner. Excellent con-
dition, $1,350.00. Tel. 2-3476,
Balboo.
FOR SALE:1949 Nosh 600 4-Door
Sedan. One owner cor. 20,000
miles. Must sell by Monday. o
reasonable offer refused. Con fin-
ance. Coll 83-2294. 538-B, Cu-
rundu Heights.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe >y heve rinkint treble?
Write Alcehelics Anonymous
Se> 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
Make Mettier't Day a glamour day
for her. She'll be her prettiest and
happiest with e fresh permanent
ond flattering hair-do. Special
rates for mothers. Genell Bliss, Co
ooli Beauty Shop. Tel. 4-557.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
NOTICE
We wish to inrorm the public that our
UPHOLSTERING AND SLIPCOVER
SHOP-SHOWROOM Is REOPENING
at our new addreu: No. 77 Jo$ Fsco.
4e,.la Ow lAutnmobilr Row} New
Ultehone Panama 3-4121.
A Sen*.
FOR SALE: 51 Studeboker V-8
Convertible, never driven. Imme-
diate possession. Direct delivery
price Albrook, Quarters 92-A,
Telephone 86-5294.
FOR SALENosh 600, 1948 4 Door
Sedan, a good buy, financing
available. Qts. 220 B Albrook.
Phone 86-5191.
FOR SALE:1936 Ford converted to
pick-up. Good mechanical condi-
tion. SI30. Qtrs. 2024 ft, Curun-
du. 83-2163 till 3:30 83-6113
after 4.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:One girl's bicycle, new
paint spray compressor (hoses
and gun) 183-A. Gotun, 5?476.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters fit
, lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bothroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, gai/ge, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted .modern ond in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla and Panama, Golf Club.
Avoiloble for one year! Telephone
3:0255.
RESORTS
FOR RENT:From June 3rd till Oc-
tober 20th' fully-furnished house
portly air-conditioned, large gard-
en,' three bedrooms, No. 32. 50th
Street, Bello Vista. Telephone 3-
FOR SALE:Trumpet ond Clorinettt
mode by Selmer, Paris. Price rea-
sonable. Apply Jernimo de lo
Osso St. (El Rancho StJ House
10 Aportment 10.
FOR SALE:Speed Graphic Comer*.
2 1-2x3 1-4, flash and other
accessories. $105.00. Weston II
light meter, $15.00. Apt. G.
House 5757 Sibert St. Dioblo Hgts.
IEICA CAMERAS
,
Model lilt Synchronurd
\. .Lenses accessories
AT BEI.OvV U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Parten Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 dr Mayo
Panam. R. P.
.-WANTED: COMPETENT
CASHIER. English-Span-
so, good references.
FRENCH BAZAAR Coln
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet in ex-
cellent condition, new tires, punc-
ture proof tubes, radio. $775.00.
Selling on account of buying new
car. La Importadora Selecta, No.
51 H Street. Telephone 2-1483.
FOR SALE:Cadilloc 1949. Sedon
No. 62. 27.000 miles, hydramotlc,
radio, white tires, seot covers, gray.
Central Avenue No. 163, Tel. 2-
2638.
FOR SALE:1949 Special De Luxe
Plymouth Tudor. Leather uphols-
tered, new re-capped tires, new
bottery. New condition in ond out.
20,000 miles. 604-A. Cascodas
Rd., Ancon. Phone 2-1275.
FOR SALE:1946 Oldsmobile Con-
vertible, Hydromatic, Radio, Duty
Paid, good condition, brand new
top, good tires $750. Balboa 1336.
Looking for reliable mechanic ser-
vice, we guarantee all our work
try us if yo are not one\Of
our mony satisfied customers.
Tropicol Motors Inc.
OR SALEWoodstock Typewriter,
24 incb carriage. Excellent con-
dition. $35.00. Apt. G. house
5757 Sirt St. Dioblo Hgts.
FOR SALE:4 tires 6 tubes (used)
670 by 15. Hoover (new model).
All attachments, $30. House 620-
A, Cocoli.
GIVE AWAY:HAM rodio trans-
mitter, 200 Worts, one 813 final,
pair 81 I modulator, very fine
condition. Phone 2-0214, Panama.
Retired Americans: For,only $35.00
we lease house and land on Trans-
Isthmian Highway, 20 minutes
from city, with river, light, run-
ning woter. Inquire personally II,
36th St. njeor Lux Theoter, Por-
terson's.
Gramlich's Sontf Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ico boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 ,or 4-567.
Casino Sonto Cloro no registra-
tion, oop, sorry! NO RISER VA-
TIONS NECESSARY! En|oy brocho
cool swimming ot Panamos most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Williams Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedroom, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bel-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillip. Beach cottoges, Sonta Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phono
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal' 3-
1673.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR RENT:3 bedroom cholet, No.
32. 9th Street, Son Fronclsco. Te-
lephone 3-2633.
FOR RENT: Cottage, oil conve-
niences, maid quarters, garage,
etc. on 7th St. 8049. Apply E. Bo-
ln De Abate. 6029, Balboa Ave.
Tel. 475-J, Colon.
FOR SALE: Frlgldoire with new
unit .$ 150(00. Maple floor lamp.
Maple rocking chair. Coll 3-1562,
Cristobal.
FOR SALE:4 ft. Westinghouse Re-
frigerotor. Porcelain inside and
out. House 056. Ancon, Apt. A.
Telephone Balboo 3646. After 5;
CO p. m.
WASHINGTON, May 5 (UP) Gen. Douglas Mae-
Arthur said yesterday that only a few weeks ago Defense
Secretary George C. Marshall was willing to discuss giv-
ing Red China Formosa and a seat in the United Nations
in any Korean war negotiations.
The general told Senators investigating his dismis-
sal that the Joint Chiefs of Staff drew up a series of re-
commendations as a basis for possible peace talks with
the Communists.
These recommendations specifically excluded the For-
mosa and UN issues, but on these two points the Joint
Chiefs were overruled by Marshall, MacArthur said.
MacArthur declared that the loss of Formosa to the
Chinese Communists would push the American defense
line in the Pacific all the way back to the U.S. West Coast
and "might invite a third world war." ,
"I think the position of the Joint Chiefs of Staff coin-
cides very closely with my own on Formosa," he added.
MacArthur defended his right
to speak out publicly against
President Truman's Korean war
policies and said any other
course would mean adopting a
Russian "gag rule." He said of-
ficers uncier his command al-
ways had the right to express
"honest opinions" contrary to
his policy.
The general indicated that he
believes his dismissal by the
S) President Truman was
talking "tommyrot" when he
told a news conference that
MacArthur had barred the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency from
operating in Japan until the
agency's chief, Walter Bedell
Smith, went to Tokyo to appeal
the ruling. MacArthur said he
gave CIA every cooperation.
Mr. Truman made the state-
ment after being told that Mac-
President will play a big part I Arthur had complained because
the CIA had not warned him
that Communist China might
enter the Korean war.
As the Democratic questioning
proceeded, Sen. Estes Kefauver,
D., Tenn., said he thought the
In the 1952 Presidential elec-
tion. He said a military man
who falls to perform his duties
Is ''subject to removal," and If
an Administration falls to con-
duct itself satisfactorily, "every
four years we.have a referen-
dum."
MacArthur said Secretary ot
State Dean Acbeson asked Mar-
final differences between Mp-
Arthur's position on the <
East and that of the Joint Chie*>
of Staff will be "less than it ap-
of Staff In the Philippine cam-
paign to write a Senator a let-
ter criticizing the conduct of
military operations and for us*
In a "big debate" in Congress.
"Certainly." MacArthur re-
plied. "I can't tell you how many
times my staff has disagreed
with me not only privately bus
publicly. The only thing i ever
required was complete honesty
of their opinions/'
MacArthur told the Senators
he does not consider Russia an
enemy in the Korean war. al-
though the Soviets are supply-
ing the Chinese Reds and kepg
a military mission with the
North Koreans in the early days
of the war. He said he knows
of no Russian fliers operating
with the enemy.
FOR SALE: Boby carrioge, crib,
bassinette. Car bed and 2 chairs.
House 253-B. Gatun 5-463.
FOR SALE:Upright piano, radio &
record changer, Dodge 3-4 ton
Panel truck, baby bossinette. Phone
4451. House 157-A, Pedro .Mi-
guel.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom furnished
cholet, 2 porches, livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen. $140.00.
Vio Espaa No. 2021. Tel. 3-
0749.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:AlHAMMA APART-
MINTS. Modern furnithed-unfun-
ished oportment. Contort office
No. 8061. 10th St., New Cristobal
Phone 1386, Coln.
FOR SALE:Germon Shepherd Pup,
pure breed, house broken. Elec-
tric light plont 2.000 kilowotts,
perfect condition. Colon 1283-J.
FLASH I
LF.ICA OWNERS
Convert your Leica Camera
into a Reflex Camera.
No more parallax problem.
View direct through lens.
Exclusively available at
International Jewelry Inc.
adjoining International Hotel
and
Lobby Hotel El Panam
FOR SALE:Lote 1950 Glen green
De Soto Club Coupe Ce Luxe, fluid
drive, leather scots, radie, pur-
chased December, leaving for
States. Mileage 1700. Must sell.
Phone Balboa 2436.
Help Won'H
WANTED: Referen /ess-
cleaner, must live in. .y con-
. crete house across Mt. hope Rail-
road Station.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:A Canal Zone cor mo-
del 1940. 1941 or 1942, Send in-
formation ond price to P. O. Eejx
567 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE:Registered Boxer Pup-
pies. Best American Bloodlines,
86-3142.
FOR RENT:Furnished ground floor
in Bella Vista. 6 rooms, 2 bath-
rooms, porch, kiosco, kitchen,
maidsroom, garage. Inquire phone
2-3355 from 7 to 9 q. m.
f:3 bedroont aptortment
Boby orchids bouquet and corsages
for Mother's Doy. Delivery, United
States orders accepted until May
10th. Panama and Canal Zone
until Moy 13th. Orchid Gardens,
telephone 3-0771.
FOR SALE:5 tires with tubes 7x
60 by 15, flowers, and concrete
stands, vacuum- cleaner, cots,
folding screen, dining set, kitchen
toble and chairs. Furnished oport-
ment for rent. 7040. 4th St. Co-
lon. Cristobal 3-1881.
FOR SALE
Roai* & Motor*
WANTED:A used Conol Zone esr.
new model. Write including price
to P O. Box 1474 Ancon, C. Z.
WANTED: Good home for smoll
white mole -dog two yeors old.
smart ond lively. Owners leaving
May 10th. House 5615-B, Diablo
Heights.
WANTED:Used 60 cycle Rcfriger-
ator. Hot woter heoter. Phone 2-
1006 Balboa.
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rbene Z-S333
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' next to Encanto Theatre
Aleo available in Club Plan.
WANTED:Couples for the Couple*
Closs. Balboa Heights Baptist
Church, meeting ot 9:30 Sunday
morning for Christian fellowship.
Wonted Position
FOR SALE:One 25 cycle 1-4 H.4>.
motor for $30.00. Phone 2-3668,
''Diablo Heights. House 5664.
FOR SALE: 20' cabin runabout
Philippine mahogany. Less than
35 hrs on Scripps V-8. Will fo-
crifice $800.00. Coll 5-183 F.
Ebdon.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom aptortmcrrt
in Ricordo Arias St. No. 8 (Cam-
po Alegre) apply on premise.'.
FOR RENT:Cool bright oportment.
furnished-unfurnished. Only one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones HSfi-J. or 599-L.
FOR RENT Apartment,
House 20, San Francisco.
3th St.
FOR RENT: -, Apartments of two
bedrooms, also of one bedoom,
with sitting-dlningroom, kitchen,
both, at .No. 20, Vio Esparto, see
De Castro No. 24, "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, PanamJ.
FOR RENTApartments ot on* large
one small bedrooms, sitting-dln-
ingroom, kitchen, bath, at No'. 9,
44th Street East, Bella Vista, see
De Castro, No. 24 "B" Avenue,
Phon 2-1616. Ponomi. '
FOR SALE :-^Doub1e bed, Simmons
Two dressers.- chest of drbwers,
Innerspring moftrcs, coil spring.
Simmons Studlp; Couch, chair, cof-
fee table, wo" book esses, 6 pr.
drapes, dining table, cora" table.
Sunbeom tooster. electric iron, 50
pleei set dinnerwbre, $225.00.
Electric mongle (De Luxe Ken-
more IronerJ almost now, $135.-
00. .phonograph RCA, hond wind,
with records, $8.00, mlc. toys,
good condition, priced low. Ansco
Speedex Folding Carper, $8.00.
Telephone 86-3292. Qtrs. 246,
Albrook.
shall to draw up provisions for' neared to be at first."
any "cease fire" agreement that
might be worked out in the Ko-
rean war. Marshall In turn re-
ferred the request to the Joint
Chiefs. This was -said to be In
Marchless than two months
ago. .
The general said the chiefs
drew up their recommendations
but specifically ruled against
giving the Chinese Communists
Formosa or a seat on the United
Nations. MacArthur added that
The general hotly defended
against the attacks of Demo-
cratic Sens. Brien McMahon.
Conn., and Estes Kefauver,
Tenn.his March 20 letter to
House Republican Leader Joseph
W. Martin, Jr.. Mass. It is this
letter which prompted Mr. Tru-
man's decision to dismiss Mac-
Arthur.
McMahon isked MacArthur if
he thought it was proper for
him. a subordinate, to "register
FOR SALE:Silver, plated tea set,
porch swing ond mattress. $20.-
00. English dishes, crystal, rea-
sonable. Phone 2-2931. Balboa.
FOR SALE --Leaving for < States. 5-
piece livingroom set. mople,
($150), Admiral Radio-Phono and
records '$60), Kitchen: 4-:c
Mt ($201, 3 chairs ($2 each).
Norge, '25-cycle Refrigerator 9 cu.
ft.' ($100),'and miscellaneous
item. House 787-A, Tavernilla
Street, Balboa, near St. Mary's
Church (phone 2-2815), Tho-
mas F. Foley.
Marshall thought these matters publicly with persons in political
"mlnK- nil" Kak nnnrMar4 In lift*" fill H \ f f t*rnr\n*c mltK tho
FOR SALE:-rn "White Star" stove
mode b\ Norge, proctically new,
$100.00 cosh. One chrome tobl
formica stop, 4 chrome chairs $65.
00. Tel. .87-314. Qtrs. 321-B Ft.
Clayton.
FOR SALE; ' Single bed, maple,
eorly American design, $25".00,
Inquire 5615-B, Diablo Heights.
Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. 25 cycle Fri-
gidoire Good condition, $75.00.
Coll after '4 p. m,. or any time
Saturday and Sunday 5623-A
Hecker' Place, Diablo.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
.livingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bathrooms, porch,
No. 9. Nicanor Oborrio, B.85.00.
For information call telephone' 3-
3195.
FOR SALE:28-foot ouxillory sloop
NENA. See Rigby at Balboa Yacht
Club railwoy Sunday 6th. Make on
offer. *
FOR SALE:Notorboof, twenty foot
overoll equipped for fishing, new
condition, sacrifice. Inquire house
752-C, Balboa Rd.
Full time position as maid. Present
employe leaving May 15. Spanish
ond English spoken. Phone 2-1275
Balboa.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
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a receipt for his amount, which,
like Valencia's receipt, was In-
troduced as a government exhtn-
lt. The duplicate copy, however,
showed $12.05 Instead of $32.05,
again a $20 shortage.
De la Ossa testified that he
had authorized no refunds, 'hat
freiiihthouse procedure was' such
that refunds had to go throjeh
the accounting office. Page tast-
lfled that Mrs. Dee made pav-
ments of cash received to him
three times a week and Cartuuo
said that it was his job to audit
her monthly accounts.
Williams, the government's
last witness said that he hail
talkea with Mrs. Dee on the mat-
ter of receipts on several oca-
sions and that she had been
questioned specifically on sever-
al receipts which had been al-
tered and generally In connec-
tion with about 300.
Trial of the case cannot be
fteld until District Court recon-
venes in mid-July.
FOR SALE:Good Income property
neor beach at Seoclift Acres, con-
sisting of FOUP COMPLETELY
FURNISHED APARTMENTS (two
duplexesJ and 3,500 meters of
high, level lond; with water ond
electricity. ONLY $7,200.00.
Terms to responsible buyer. Phone
Posey. Balboa 2698.
FOR RENTModern spacious very
cool aportment. 2 perches, living-
diningroom, 2 bedrooms, hot woter.
bath-tub. All screened Maid's
room. Private garage, garden, end
patio in Bella Vista. Phono 3-
1796.
FOR RENTApartment, 2 bedrooms,
living-diningroom furnished, $65.
00. 56. Porras Ave. Aportment
No. 1. (Entrance of Son Fron-
cisco). Phcne 3-0841.
FOR RENTTwo modern apartments
waiting-diningroom, two bedrooms,
kitchen. moid's room, $90.00.
40th Street No. 13. telephone 3-
2087.
FOR RENTAportment 3 bedrooms,
independent service. +40. 61 Ma-
riano Arosemena Street, apartment
FOR SALE >First class residentiol
orea at Las Cumbres 1100 sq
meters close to Highway all
utilities available. Write Box 432,
Balboa Heights.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed-
room oportment with FrigWoirc,
balcony, very cool. No. 2. 47th
street, corner Federico Bayo".
FOR SALE: Mahogany livingroom
and diningroom furniture. House
0764-D, Williamson Place, Bal-
boa,
FOR SALE:All kinds of furniture,
4 burner stove, very cheep. Tele-
phone 3-2633.
FOR SALE:9.6 cu. ft. Westing-
house Refrigerotor. Large G. E.
washer 1949 model. Record proy-
er with automatic ehonger. All
25 cycle. Solid mohogony double warned
might well" be considered in
any peace talks. Marshall Is
scheduled to appear before the
Senators next week.
MacArthur said he would
be "glad" to have a cease
fire in Korea at any time
on honorable terms. But he
considered recognition of
Red China and tumin; For-
mosa over to the Commun-
ists as "appeasement."
Administration pollcv has
been that disposition of Formosa
Is a matter to be decided ulti-
mately by the UN. Thl* country
has opposed transferring China's
seat from Chiang Kai-shek's
Chinese Nationalists to the Reds
who now control all of China
except Formosa.
MacArthur told the Sen-
, atora "one of the gravest
mistakes that was ever
made" was to permit Russia
to occupy Port Arthur and
Darlen under terms of the
1945 Yalta conference. He
said he never was invited to
the Yalta meeting.
Testifying for the second day
before the Senate Armed Ser-
vices-Foreign Relations Com-
mittee. MacArthur said he has
a "hbjh opinion" of Marshall
and the Joint Chiefs, but he
added that their Judgment al-
ways is subject to the "hi court of public opinion" and the
people have a right to hear op-
posing views.
MacArthur said the immediate
effect of Formosa's capture by
the Communists would be "col-
lapse- In the Philippines and
Japan and our withdrawal" from
those areas. He said the big Is-
land must be held.
you might invite a Third
World Waf If you allow that
great breach in our lines," he
life" his differences with the
Washington High Command.
MacArthur replied that he con-
sidered it his "responsibility" to
speak his mind.
"I understand completely,"
the general said tartly, "that
the totalitarian and Soviet
method is entirely contra-
diction to that, that they do
muzzle certain segments of
society. I do not believe
that is the American way."
Kefauver asked if MacArthur
would have permitted his Chiefs
'Informal Sundays'
To Be Featured
At 'El Panama'
Hotel EL PANAMA announces
that commencing this Sunduy
they are offering a new program
of informal Sundays in the Pi-
tlo.
J. R. Cunningham, manager of
EL PANAMA, announced that In
answer to a demand from ihs
public for dancing outdoors in
the Patio, it was decided to havo
the popular KerPDelaney orches-
tra with Hal Edwards, vocalist,
play in the Patio from 4 to 9
Sunday evenings.
The cocktail hour will be from
4 to 7 while a buffet supper w.U
be served from 7 to 9 Price per
person will fe $3 and children
under 12 years of age may havo
their selection for half-price.
Sanitation Director
Off For Bogota
WASHINGTON, May 5. (UP)
Dr. Fred L. Soper, Pan-
American Sanitary Bureau di-
rector, left here last night for?
Bogota to confer with Colom-
bian health authorities on a
hemisphere-wide yellow fever
control plan. ,
Pakistan Will Consider I
China Blockade Scheme [
KARACHI, May 5. (UP).
Pakistan Prime Minister Lia-
quat All Khaifecaid here toda/
that Pskistanttl consider Un-
States oVmands for an
ited
economic
China.
blockade of Red
bed. Lamps, and other articles
cheap. House 604-A Cascudos Rd.
Ancon. Phone 2-1275.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle KeMnotor,
$135. Poir corved earnphor chests
with drawers, $90 eoch. 25 cycle.
Easy Spindryer. $200. Govllan
rood 1550-K. Phone 2-6350.
FOR SALE:Radio Phonograph an~d
record. Small desk, overstuffed
divan, SHvertone radio, plastic
couch, cabinet'- cover for laundry
tubs, rocker, Kenmore sweeper.
741-C, Enterprise Place, Balboo.
FOR SALE:Washing mochine, 25
Cycle wringer type, also one how
Mixmoster ond one Singer Portable
Electric sewing machine, 5333-B,
Dovis St., Cioblo Hgts.
FOR SALE: Attractive two bed-
room cottage in Santa Clara, liv-
ingroom, dinette, kitchen and uti-
lity room, on 1663 sq, meters of
land with garden "and fruit trees.
House completely furnished. In-
quire Ross c'a Casino Santa Cla-
ra. For information ce" at 6 p. m.
Tel. 3-3212.
PERSONALS
For Information pertoinlng to donee
Instruction, please eontoct Jimmy
Dunn. Box 106 Bolboo. C. 2., or
Bolboo YMCA.
URGENT:Would like to eontoct
ony friend of Mr. Lee Moore.
Pleoi -oil Mrs. Lea Svanberg, Tel
3-1648.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
oportment with all modern con-
veniences. Also coiy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR SALE7 1-2 Cu. Foot Refriger-
otor. excellent condition, $100.
Edificio Chorlos (Lion's Club
House, Ricardo Arios Street, Apt.
No. 1.
FOR RENT:For six weeks, com-
pletely furnished 2 bedroom
aportment in Bella Vista. Infor-
mation at 3-2026 after 5 p. m.
FOR RENT:In Bella Visto, nice
and cool ooortment. Privte en-
trance. 3-0276.
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FOR RENT ,
Room
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Bella
Vista, good ventilation. Apply Tel.
2-2905.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, pri-
vate entrance ond both. Apply
No. 3, Avenido Jose D"te, Lo
Crertr 'f--nj house to the left
neoi Vie Espaa.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT;Corrrfortoble recuenco,
part of which may be used for
storehouse or show room. Reason-
able price. Regulor tronsportetion
ond telephone. Inquire Tel. 3-
0471. Apdo. 1045.
COOK GETS FANCY
BOSTON. (UP). When the
Norwegian tanker Spinager dock-
ed nere visitors were surprised to
find dainty dollies, antimacassars
and crocheted pillow cases adorn-
ing the cabins. The ship's femi-
nine touch was by Hans Myreng,
chief cook and an old salt of 38
years at sea. He crochets In his
soar time, it guletj my nerves,"
Hans said.
MacArthur also said:
1> It would be 'master folly"
to Invade China with U. S.
ground forces, although the
United States should hit the Red
Chinese with air and sea power.
He had no objection to sending
a token force of "technicians"
with any Invading Chinese Na-
tUvoaMst force.
3) He opposed "at this time"
any attempt to keep Russia from
supplying the Chinese Red Ar-
my with materials. He said sup-
plvlng ah enemv does not con-
stitute "a declaration of war."
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The Truman-MacArthur debate is causing too much furor ami
Is taking up valuable time ot Important men, hen much of this
fuss ana fanfare seems unnecessary. Many people are talking o
trying to have President Truman Impeached for firing Gen. Mac-
Arthur. This kind of talk la perfectly silly for several very^ good
reason. In-the first place, the President had every Tight to reca i
MacArthur from the Far East and In view of recent developments
in Korea, this action was more than Justified. The, peop^seem to
forget that there are times when the President of the United States
is also the Commander In Chief of all our Armed Forces and wnen
acttaj in that capacity the President has the authority to Issue
such orders as appear to be Indicated by a given situation, or ia
oeueved neceseary to the promotion of the bettei Interests of the
'After some of this, hero worship wears-off the people will real-
ise thatPresldent Truman was right and things will begin to i
back to normal again. The President can only be blamed for one
thing, that Is, for having waited too long In recalling MacArthur
from the Far Eastern assignment. Since this should have been done
several months ago, when the General was being reprimanded for
Not so very long ago, In conversations held at Wake Island,
MacArthur told Truman that he hoped to have the Korean Victory
all wrapped-up and have the 8th Army back in Japan by Cforist-
maa When asked about Chinese Intervention, MacArthur replied,
They could have Intervened earlier when it would have beeni de-
cisive, but that time has passed. V/e are no longer fearful of their
intervention. Although there are several hundred thousand alone
th# Yalu River It Is not likely that they could cause us much
treble" It wl alarbe recalled that MacArthur told Pres Riiee
of Korea that he 'would defend Korea-as he would California and
the General probably meant It. However, had the State of Califor-
nia been depending on the General for such defense, Governor
Warren very probably would have had to seek other employment
0ntGeneral Elsenhower made what Is believed to be the greatest
single statement regarding the firing of MacArthur, when he aid
he hoped that MacArthur would not ref.um to the United States tr
become a controversial figure, and had MacArthur been wise
enough to heed the well meant advice concealed In that friendly
remark, he would have spared the Nation much embarassment and
useless controversy. .. ,. ,
New that the General is home and bat been given the not-
ou welcome dne great heroes, the people should let the Issue
alamar twn and tern to other and more Important problem*
before this thing gets out of hand.
It is granted that MacArthur had every right to defend his
avowed policies once he had committed himself and the issues ap-
pear to Justify his action up to a certain point. However, it Is be-
lieved that the general should have submitted a written report to
a Special Congressional Committee and after the report had been
given due consideration by the Committee, such recommendations
be made as would seem advisable or as circumstance might indicate.
Recommendations either that the charges be dismissed en-
tirely or that the general be tried by a Special Court Martial to
determine whether he might be guilty of direct disobedience of
orders or had brought discredit upon the fimlitary service through
his alleged policy-making statements when discussing Far Bast-
em affairs. .,!*._..
If found guilty of these of other serious cnarges, he should
then have been summarily dismissed from the military service the
same as any other soldier, regardless of rank or grade, or previous
military record.
Any man wearing the uniform of the Armed Forces of the
United SUtes is bound by oath of allegiance to defend our country
against all enemies whatsoever, and to uphold and defend the
rights of the people and to obey the laws of our country, and to
abide by the rules and regulations contained In the Articles of War.
Whu* It an not be said that all military men are Incapable of
making unbiased decisions when serving In an advisory capacity,
It Is still doubtful whether they are considered capable of making
the policies that would affect the future well being of our country.
The French people are widely known for their hero-worship
and have tried war heroes and military men in their Government
at various times, resulting in many unstable Administrations.
For a while the French people changed premiers as often as
some people change their shirts. *
It has been suggested that MacArthur run for President of the
United Stotes. Many of our simple peoples would vote for him,
should be choose to run.
But a majority of the American people do not want a military
man in the White House at any price, because we are not ready
to accept a dictatorship, even for the appeasement of an injured
military hero.
MarfyBdom isMnsufferable in this day and age, and the senti-
ment that transforms otherwise normal men Into martyrs Indicates
stupid mass reaction rather than clear thinking by collective in-
dividuals.
As a military commander, MacArthur has served his country
long and well, having been actively engaged In some branch of
military service for more than a half-century. Much of this service
was done outside the territorial United States.
It is generally believed that he Is one of the best Informed mil-
itary men on matters related to the Far East. For that reason he
was given the Korean assignment.
This- may prove an unwise decision, since things haven't
ion* toe well. To say that the general has erred in his Judgment
in f "ftMg the Korean situation is to put it mildly.
Whether the fault rests entirely upon the shoulders of Mac-
Arthur has not been determined, but someone has blundered se-
riously.
When the U. N. forces went Into Korea it was believed that
they could halt aggression and discourage further Communists
alms toward world domination, it would appear that they accom-
plished what they had set out to do when the North Koreans were
driven back across the 38th parallel. Had the U.N. forces stopped
there for a while, perhaps there would have been no further troub.'e.
The die was cast when the green light was given to cross into
North Korea. It would appear that serious mis judgment by im-
petuous field Commanders caused U.N. forces to probe too far north
and this was to bring the Red Chinese into the conflict.
Whether this might have been considered a violation of Instruc-
tions or possibly the result of misunderstanding has not been de-
termined. It Is believed, however, that MacArthur was of the opin-
ion that the decision* was his to make, in that he was in charge
of military operations in that area and therefore directly respon-
sible for the prosecution of such measures as would lead to Un-
successful termination of the military campaign in Southern Korea.
This might have constituted direct disobedience of orders,
but since tullir seemed to be going well at the time nothing
was dene about It. Ml
Be that as it may, the damage is done and many thousands
of good men have paid with their lives since the yellow hordes of
Red China poured across the Yalu Rivet.
We had been duly warned by chou En-lai, Foreign Minister of
the People's Republic of China, that they would not stand idly by
while U.N. forces moved into North Korea.
Evidently people In high places did not believe that to cross
the 38th parallel would bring the Chinese into the struggle.
Actually, it was was not too clear what should have been don.-,
but on the spot planning seemed to indicate that to move into
North Korea was to follow-up such military advantage as had been
gained up to that time. The move was probably, intended to pre-
vent the North Koreans re-grouping for another attack on South
Korean forces.
But it went even further than that, Inasmuch as it was clearly
not the perogatlve of the military to make a purely political de-
cision at the risk of offending Red China.
The military situation in Korea has grown steadily worse, un-
til we have become pretty deeply Involved.
The outcome remains uncertain and unless something can be
done to salvage what military advantage as has been gained, we
may soon have to make the dread decision whether we are to fight
the People's Republic of China on their own grounds north of the
Yalu River.
The permanent military gains seem a rather poor exchange for
the osses in human Ufe. since attrition has been particularly heavy
lor a see-saw campaign, although typical for combats over rough
Labor New
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
What torture, deep in the un-
derground Soviet political pri-
son cell, warped Robert Vogeler
Into a man who sobs and shakes
convulsively who cannot talk,
even to his children, forfive
minutes at a stretch without
weeping?
For security reasons, the
State Dept. has urged the
ex-Soviet MVD prisoner not
to talk until the govern-
ment sees him through a
hospital rest cure. But, from
a man who su/fered the
same searing o) mind and
body in a Communist dun-
geon, comes the details of
the torture techniques used
to smash the will of once
jree men.
- This report on wrecking a
mind comes from forces work-
ing underground in Europe
with the AFL's anti-Commun-
ist headquarters on the conti-
nent. Documentary evidence
that this is the truth is In the
hands of the AFL's national
leaders and now carelessly bur-
ied in United Nations' archives.
We have it from this man
who served In Soviet prisons
that each type of torture has
its special name "the candle"
... "the swallow"., "the high
seat"., "the humming top"...
"the mock execution."
But be/ore these tortures
comes a weird period o/
sweating out the *horror of
unexplained arrest, the al-
most suffocating, toilet-
stenched cell, stuffed with
ISO or more humans. There
are the eerie nights which
prisoners spend in distort-
ed postures, with one man's
feet on another's face. Then,
after six or eight weeks
the questioning. But take
it in the AFL contact's own
words:
"I was generally summoned
at night. I had to stand at at-
tention before my investigator
until dawn. When this proved
of no avail, I was transfer p.d
from prison to a basement M^D
cell. When I insisted my Inno-
cence, they began beating me. I
fell down and they proceeded
to kick me 'confess and we'll
even my Ufe."
stop' ....
"I could not walk back to my
cell without help. Later, came
various forms of torture. Each
has a special technical name."
Here, then, is what was suf-
fered by this man whose name,
for his family's sake, the AFL's
International Committee must
keep secret:
TJjere is "The Swallow." Dur-
ing this treatment, the prison-
er must stand on one foot,
stretching the other leg far be-
hind. The body Is bent forward
with hands held upwards. Any
movement brings a crack from
a rubber truncheon.
There Is "The Candle": The
prisoner stands immobile for
hours at a time.
There is "The Humming Top":
The prisoner is suspended from
the celling with a special belt
and whirled around rapidly for
several minutes. Then he's let
down. His eyes pop. He's dizzy.
He can't stand on his feet. The
room swirls and voices shoot
questions at him, seemingly
from out of another whirling
world.
There is "The High Seat": The
prisoner Is put on a tall, nar-
row stool about six feet high.
There Is no support for either
arms or legs. He must stay
there despite repeated slugglngs
and beltings by revolver butts.
There Is "The Mock Execu-
tion": The prisorler, after some
of these tortures, is led out to a
darkened corridor amid talk
that since It's all no use, he
might as well be killed.
Suddenly, he's thrown
into solitary confinement.
Life crawls on in darkness
for months, perhaps years.
Somewhere, the mind begins
living in a shadowland
world, waiting for suggest-
ions since its body has been
conditioned by beatings and
wrckings after each fail-
ure to obey. Finally it obeys.
The prisoner confesses.
Inexplicably, this prisoner was
released. He made his way
eventually to the AFL's roving
representatives In Europe. And
he told them:
"I came out an Invalid with-
out teeth and with eyesight
permanently Impaired. Before
iiy release I had to sign a pledge
that I would tell no one of my
experiences with the MVD. Not
even my wife."
And that's what brings dark-
ness at noon to strong men's
minds. Sometimes the torture Is
more refined. Sometimes the
body dies first. But always to
the name of the "people's revo-
lutions."
iCopyright 1951, Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.i
cfte WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
i
r IS-
THIS BABY CRAWLED IN SIX MONTHSThe first T-M Walker Bulldog" tank rolled out of
Cleveland's Cadillac Tank Plant Just six months after the plant was converted from a peacetime
warehouse, and three months ahead of the July 1 production deadline. The new Se-ton tankcalled
"the world's best light tank"was among the things Defense Mobilizer Charles E. Wilson had in
mind when he said the ir'litary might to deter Russia from attacking the United States is "in sight."
Where Are We Going?
By BOB RUARK
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NEW YORK. The one thing that has be-
come painfullv plain.to us common folks, since
the General came home, Is that we have been
entangled In a Joke war In Korea a bad and
tragic joke made doubly tragic by the fact that
the men who have suffered and died in It are
lust as dead as if their sacrifice meant some-
At this writing I have no way of knowing
what the MacArthur hearings will bring forth.
But from his own words, in his first speech, we
certainly have been fighting no war, if a war s
prime aim is victory. The Korean conrilct. has,
rather, more resembled a grisly game of squat
tag.
There has been tremendous sacrifice of life.
American and South Korean, In pursuit of no
real point that I can see. The troops surge and
seesaw back and forth, pull and haul with-
out, to date, any concrete objective on our side.
If the original aim, as stated when we first
went into the Korean mess, was to protect the
South Koreans from their nasty neighbors and
to deter aggression all over the world, then we
have flopped horribly. We have protected the
South Koreans bv using their home terrain for
a bloody tug of war that never resolves In a
winner. We have been like firemen, wrecking
the Joint In order to salvage nothing.
Our young men have died with their hands
tied, to date, and thev have died largely with-
out the satisfaction of knowing what they were
dying for. I suspect the average American of
average patriotism is willing to die to defend
his country, or to defend an ideal Involving
others. Dying aimlessly Is more silly thari not.
If we started out with an Ideal In Korea
something happened to it during the political
tuggllna of a war. It Is difficult to fight en-
thusiastically In a battle that has no logical fin-
ish, where there is no close prospect ot win-
ZZ.------------ 'I
ning. Our stand in Korea has been roughly
comparable to the mythological character who
was condemned eternally to roll a boulder up
a never surmountable hill.
It seems to me we prove little to the Russians
bv merelv catching, then waiting for the next
fresh pitch. There are a lot of Chinese across
the Yalu probably enough to keep coming for
the next hundred years or so. We have not de-
terred aggression, for sure. We have merely
made it painful as painful for us as for the
aggressors, rather like pulling your own dentist s
teeth after he's finished with yours. We have
not avoided war with China.
Up to now nobodv has ever accused Gen. Mac-
Arthur of defeatism, but If I hear him rightly
he regards the Korean campaign as a waste of
time, money and men, as it has been fought to
date. He has made the terrible accusation that
Washington has no policy, really, concerning
Korea a horrid condemnation of political
blunder and cynical waste of manpower.
I am no military tactician, certainly, but I can
see that In time the troops and the taxpayers
will wearv of stories concerning flights from
and defense of Seoul. And God knows the peo-
ple who lived In and around the town must be
sliehtlv weary by now.
It seems to me that we have about two courses
left to us. after a year of cruel fighting. We
either win it or we lose it, but we do not keep
fiddling with It, because we are fiddling with
the Uves of our men and the feelings of their
heirs. To win. it means to hit it with every-
thing we've got, in all the ways we know. To
lose, it means we wrap up and go home, licking
our wounds and counting our losses. Apart from
the two cleanlv defined alternatives, we are
dealing in nothing but military double talk
double talk that Is written In blood. And to
date nobody can deny It's been a double talk
war.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
MACARTHUR. TAFT, AND EISENHOWER
WASHINGTON. It Is perfectly obvious that
Sen. Robert A. Taft has bet his political shirt
on Oen. Douglas MacArthur. And at least for
the present, the bet seems to be paving or
handsomely. ..__ _
At first, Taft inclined to take a rather cau-
tious line. But now, after consulting with Mac-
Arthur in the General's sanctuary in the Wal-
dorf Towers, Taft has criticized Defense Secre-
tary Oeorge Marshall and he has lambasted
Oen. Omar Bradley and the Joint Chiefs of
Staffs, who are much more dangerous MacAr-
thur antagonists than President Truman. He
has called for "a more aggressive war against
china." And he has stated that we cannot
hesitate to adopt the MacArthur program sim-
ply because we fear that the Russians mignt
come into the war."
For a man who was not long ago opposing
the North Atlantic pact on the grounds that it
might "provoke" the Soviets, this Is going pret-
ty far. The fact that Taft has gone so far
must be considered in relation to the fact that
Taft is an active candidate for the Presidential
nomination so active that Taft workers are
afcsady "ning up delegates in pivotal states like
Massachusetts. Thus It is only reasonable to
assume that Taft Is counting on hto all-ut
commitment to MacArthur to lead to his own
nomination, and to the final triumph of the
Taft wing in the inner struggle within tne Re-
publican party. .i..__. v,.
Taft mav be right. So far. two things have
happened. There have been some muted mo-
lests from Republicans of the strige of Sen-
ators Morse. Duff, and Saltonstall But by and
large, the Republicans in Congress have lined
up solidly much more soUdly than on any
other foreign policy issue behind Taft. This
has been a major victory for Taft. .
This in turn has markedly reduced the
chances of nominating Dwlght D Wf^wer
on the Republican ticket, a* the JMpuUlcan
backers of Elsenhower in Congress somberly
a*ree. This has been another major victortor
Taft. for the obvious reason th^Eisennower
has been the chief obstacle to Taft nomlna-
U0It"is true that a new obstacle has been erect-
ed t least bv Col. Robert McCormlck of the
Chicago Trtbune. It *u" nW0Sk"
Vnnw Taft's private reaction to Mccormicxs
sXstTon t'h.tTalt should take second place
on a ticket headed bv ^.^^"IrJSum-
fact. it is hardly conceivable that the epuDi
cans should nominate a man who *ouW be al
most seventy-seven years old at the end of na
fl,Thus"rmhe M^Arthurcrislswould seem at
first glance to be a tremendous bonanza for
Sen. Taft. But It mav not work out this way
In the end. Much depends on how Gen. Mac-
Arthur, who has not been accustomed to an-
swering searching questions, answers the very
searching questions which embattled Democrats
on the Russell committee are asking him. Much
depends also on what Marshall and Bradley
who are by no means without a public follow-
ing have to say to the committee. Advance
hints from the Pentagon Indicate that they will
be not bitter, but outspoken.
Finally, a great deal depends on whether Gen.
Elsenhower Is called home to testify. The
chances seem a good deal better than even that
this will happen at some point during "the
greater debate."
Elsenhower Is of course too sensible to attack
Oen. MacArthur or even to criticize openly the
course MacArthur advocates. But his mere pre-
sence would underline the greatest weakness in
that course. It mav seem nonsense to label
"Isolationist" a policy which calls for "a more
aggressive war against China." Yet the adjec-
tive is accurate In the sense that this course
would isolate us from all our major allies.
Thus MacArthur (who never mentioned our
European allies in his speech) stands for the
idea that allies are not essential, which is cer-
tainly one reason why he Is acclaimed by Taft
and all the former isolationists.
The political strength of the MacArthur-Taft
program derives from the fact that everyone
wants to end the Korean war, by winning it.
But Its weakness Is that no one wants to end
the Korean war by starting a much bigger one,
which we should have to fight alone If only be-
cause our allies are not .yet prepared to defend
themselves.
Elsenhower, whose great mission Is to help
prepare our allies to defend themselves. Is the
very symbol of the idea that this country's al-
lies In Western Europe are vital to our existence.
Elsenhower's return to testify would serve as a
very powerful reminder of the weakness In the
course uroposed bv MacArthur and embraced by
Taft.
Here It Is well to remember that. If the public
opinion polls are to be trusted at all, Elsen-
hower has a political following which dwarfs
Taft's and even MacArthur's. It Is well also to
remember that. If Elsenhower were prepared to
accept It. and Truman to offer It. Elsenhower
could have the Democratic nomination on the
traditional platter. This Is something which the
Republican leaders, posslblv Including Sen. Taft.
are not likelv to forget in their moments of
sober reflection.
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drtw Pearson says: Military men object to airing pa
takes; Lack pf communication in Korea contributed to-1
tragic December defeat; New chemical may prevent
lost of crops through drought.
WASHINGTON.There has been a significant and slneere
difference of opinion regarding full and open hearings for ithe
MacArthur testimony.
Sen. Dick Russell of Georgia has been anxious not tohave )
anything come aut of the hearings that would In any way give
aid and comfort to the enemy. Everyone else agrees with* him
en this.
Not In agreement, however, are all the military men In the
Pentagon. Some of them feel that such a hearing would_tart
an extremely bad precedent in making public military mistakes
of the past. This feeling is not shared by all. Oen. Omar Brad-
ley, for Instance, has believed in putting the cards on th*tsrble
no matter whose errors it shows up, Including bis own. 3
However, it has been a traditional policy among the mijltkry
for 100 years or so never to make public the battle errors, of
war. For Instance, the files on the mistakes of World War I newer
have been open to Congress or the public, nor of the Spanish
American War, nor even the Civil War. This Is because It is de-
finite military policy that the tragic blunders of the top brass
should not be publicized. It Is considered bad for the prestige
of the service.
General Bradley has come nearest to publicizing these blund-
ers In his current biography In which he tells of the failure, of
Gen. Johnny ("Court House") Lee to keep the Normandy inva-
sion supplied with munitions. He also tells of Lee's Insatiable
desire for grabbing swank hotels for his officers while the G.Ia
slept where they could.
I reported part of this story during the warnamely, how
General Lee had taken over the swank George V Hotel in Parla
for himself, and how his supply lines got so snarled up that
Gen. Thomas Larkln was ordered to make a special investiga-
tion. However, the official reports of the War Department have
never told this story and probably never will. ,
KOREA'S ERRORS
1 .1
Likewise, the tragic mistakes of the Korean war never have
been told officially. It has never been disclosed, for instance, that
when Gen. Edward Almond and the late Gen. "Johnny" Walker
were racing toward the Yalu River Just before our tragic -De-
cember defeat, there was no battle liaison between them.
This failure was considered so dangerous by the Joint Chiefs
cf Staff in Washington that a special warning was cabled Gen-
eral MacArthur to set up communications between his two field
commanders. However, he never heeded the warning.
The two commanders continued to operate, in effect, without
speaking to each other. ,
Possible explanation was that General Walker was a-lleu-
tenant general In command of the 8th Army, and outranked Al-
mond who was only a major general. However, General AJmdnd
was MacArthur's Chief of Staff In Tokyo, had been quite closs
to him, and was sent from Tokyo to command the lOth-Corps,
which, although not actually an army, was almost of equival-
ent size.
And for reasons best^fcnown to MacArthur, Almond was not
placed under the direct command of his superior, General Walter.
Instead, he reported back to Tokyo. This would not have bfen
so serious, had not Walker's forces started off at a nonthwesb
angle toward the Yalu River, while Almond's forces started J*l-
most straight north. ,
And as they fanned out in two different directions with i no
communications between, the Chinese adopted the objious and
easy tactic of advancing Into the vacuum.
Once the Chinese got on our flanks and partly behind bur
lines, the position of both the 8th Army and the 10th Corps
became untenable. This was one of the Inside reasons for the
disastrous retreat of last November-December.. ___.
POOR INTELLIGENCE ----,
The 8th Army retreated 120 miles pell-mell without making
a stop. In some cases, It unhitched heavy artillery, leaving than
10 the ehemy without even a pretense of a fight. This was [no
reflection on our men. The error was with the command. 'No
prepared positions had been set up In the rear, perhaps bWatose,
there was not the slightest expectation the Chinese would in-
tervene.
Furthermore our troops were not overwhelmed by superior
numbers, as played up in the headlines at that time. Whlle_C|tn-
eral MacArthur was Issuing press communiques about a Cnnjese
force of 1,000,000 men. his own dispatches to the Pentagonjfs-
tlmated Chinese strength at only 285,000 men, plus 150,000 N{ftb.
Koreans.
Another serious error the military doesn't like to talk about
now was the failure to spot Chinese troops building up on UK
sides of the Yalu River last November. Five thousand he
were brought across the river, which should have been fairly 1
for army intelligence to spot, but MacArthur's intelligence fi
to report them _____ _.__ S
DROUGHTPROOF CROPS
Most Important experiments in modern agriculture In ye>re
ere being conducted at the Government's research laboratorjiat
Beltsvllle, Mo.
Beltsvllle scientists, though cautious in their .comment, bfll-
cate that they are on the scent of a sensational discovery, Sat
may make farm crops droughtproof.
Briefly, the scientists are developing a chemical, spray tSst
makes plants capable of holding moisture for prolonged periods.
This Is done by regulating their cell growth.
The spray is a variant of 2;4-D, the weed-killer. If perfected.
It will be as great a boon to plant life as "miracle drugs to
human beings.
Some success already has been achieved In experiments with
snap beans, which hold moisture four to five days longer when
treated with the new compound. When Beltsvllle researchers are
surer of their ground, the tests will be extended to other farm
ctops.
KEFAUVER CRIME ROW
A staff row over the Kefauver crime report simmered all
week behind closed doors. The report was written by Mc
Ploscowe of the American Bar Association, an outsider call
a-fter the investigations were over, and who dished out sui
on crime In Chicago, Detroit. Miami. St. Louis, Los Angeles
Kansas City without consulting the committee experts wha
the real Investigating.
Senator Kefauver had to make last-minute changes to sal
those who weren't consulted.
There was also some Irritation at chief counsel Rudy
for staging the big show In his home town, New York City,
spent $74.000 and had 39 on the payroll in New York con-
to an average of $4.000 to $5.000, plus two or three Investigators,
in other cities.
(Cepyricht. 1851. bv The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) ',
terrain as In Korea. Our greater losses seem to indicate that the
United States forces have borne the brunt of the hardest fli"""*-
It might be unwise to show any great concern about wnat ine
Chinese have north of the Yalu River. Probing into this area mignt
provoke Russia to send large ground forces and to lend greater air
support to Communist China. We must be doubly careful about
further mistakes, the kind of mistakes that might lead to a mira
Regardless of who makes the mistake, or whether it U labeled
Diplomatic, Political, or Military, the total result would be the sam
to any ot the aggressor nations, since they would be willing to label
any offensive action as being 'American' without stopping to con-
sider suggesting any special names for such offence. w,
Let us assume tha whaever he Peoples Republic of t-nma
has north of the Yalu River does not greatly concern us so long
s they keep It there.
BEN BROWNING.
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In The
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Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board, Bldg. 192-X. La
(oca, Road, Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witltln director.
Service* on Friday. 7 JO pimi
(SM also listings of Jewish sehvlces
under Posu. Bsses and Sta'.lons. i
Uon Kol Shearlth larael, Ave-
uba and 36th Street. Bella Vina
A City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
lee rm Frldav. p.m
Lutheran
HDMfMKB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Tile Church ( the Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
S30 Balboa Road, Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clats S) am.
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
1:30 p.m., game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
needag, through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA 1,1 I III RAN SERVICE.
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
"T. Bernthal. Pastor
Cordial Welcome To All
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHl'RCH
i British Conference I
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 D.m Evening Prayei and Sermon
TKINITi METHODIS1 CHURCH
7th Street and Melender Avenue.
Coln. RJ?
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
, Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 7:16
p.m.; Sunday School for all axes at 3
p.rft
Jonday 7:30 o.m Weekly Prayer
Meetmr
EBRNEZEK METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City, C.Z
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5 15 p.m
Sunday School for all agea at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle la de febrero
Services at 11 a.m and 7JO pan. (Mai
or Wilson). Sunday School at 3 p.m
La Boca: Services at 11 am and 7:30
p.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m Sunday
School at :t:00 p.m
Colon. 14th Street
Services at ........ 11 a.m. 4k 7:30 pan
Sunday School at .......... 3:00 o.m
Colon. 3rd Street
Services at .... II a.m. A i 30 o.m
Silver City
Service at ............... < 3d p.m
Sunday School at .. 3:30 pm
Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zona, anal the
terminal citiei of Panama and Colon, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend e welcome ot all fimo* fa man and woman of the armad
services, ltd to civilian neighbors, (riends and strangers.
At a public service, the Panama American list! below, by
denominations, notices of hours of worship and Other regular ac-
tivities.
Listings of larger denominations ara In alphabetical ardor,
which ii rotated from lima to timo. Denomination! having only
one or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches And
Services," A special listing is included for services at Army posts,
Air Force bases and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains aro asked to in-
form the nowi desk by Wednesday noon at the latoot of any
changei for the coming Saturday's church paga.
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305, Brujs Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School ........s.....8: a.m.
Preaching Services ........ 10:45 a.m.
Training Union ............. 00 p.m.
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 p.m.
Brotherhood 7:00 pan. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service ... 7:00 every
Monday evening
i Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde, Panama City. No. II A
Maynsrd; Panam City No. Z Jamaica
Society. Hall tSabbath Services only,.
Adolpnu* Lawe*. Chorrillo. P. A Henry
Rio Abajo. C D. Abrahams. Gamboa A
A. Brlsile. and Spanish City Church. E-
dusrrio Rullnhn
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joseph Bryan. Cris
toba) Knglish New Church. E A Cruck-
shank Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
sVUxon. (No Sunday night service at
present
Sabbath school each church Saturday
8:30 am. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches exoept
otherwise Indicated.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away from home
with a welcome lust as friendly"
William H. eeby. Paaloi
Sunday School ...........I, 8:30 a.m
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m
Baptist Training Union ___ 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 om
W.MS Bible Study
(Every Wednesday) ........ 1:30 p.m
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday in month> .. 7:30 p.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue (t 12th Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Pastor
"Your Invitation To Worship"
Bible School............... 8:48 a.m.
Worship .................. 11:00 a.m
Training Union ............' 5:30 p.m.
Worship .................... 8:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting iThurs.) ... 7:30 p.m.
Holy Day Masses ... 5:43 A'6JO a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
' Sacret Heart Novena service.' Fridays
7:00 p.m.
Confessions Saturday .. .. 6:00 p.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor. Rev. John Timidly. CM.
Sunday Mass 6:45 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7 15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 p.m
CHURCH Or THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ...............8:00 a.m.
Catechism Class ........... 10:00 a.m
Red Tank Catechism Claaa .. 11:00 a.m.
Benediction ................ 7:00 o.m
PARASO. C.Z. (Lodge Hall)
Sunday Mass .............. 8:15 a.m.
Catechism Clan Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a.m
Holy Day Mass ........... 6:30 a m
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Curundu, C.Z.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a.m
Catechism Class Thursday .. J:30 p.m
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo. Panama
Sunday Mass .............. 8:30 a.m
Holy Day Mass ............ 7:30 s.m
Benediction Sunday........ 7:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
8 JO p.m.' Adult Confirmation Clss.
niURSDAYS:
5 pan. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m. Children's Eucharist
7JO Dm. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS:
10 a.m. Children's Confirmation Class
7 JO pan. Complin* and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George*! Church
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:48 a.m. Church School.
8:45 ajn. Morning Prayer.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
8:00 p.m. St, Vincent's Guild.
Thursdays:
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
Church of St. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:00 aan. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 pm. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saint Days.)
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild.
7 Holy Communion at 10:45 a.m on the
7:30 pan. Solemn Evensong.
Catholic
Union Churches
Win. all Pcoleslanls cooperate with
amity in essentials, liberty in non-
ew-< alia I and charily In all things
THl ATLANTIC SID1
Croat-.!
The Rev Phillip Havener. Pastor
Phone 3-1483.
18:48 Worship service and Church-time
BUrsery
.6:00 Younf People's Merlin
Gtun
ne Rev. J William L Graham. Pastor,
hone 5-355.
1:00 8:30 Broadcast on HOK: HP5K
and I10N
0) :4i Sunday School
11:1)0 Worship Service.
3:00 Christian Kndeavor
Marsarlu
The Rev tienrv Bell Pastor
Phone 3-1488
9 30 Bible School
10-4* Worship service ana Church-time
ornery
V30 Youth Fellowship
l-HI PACIFIC SIDE
Ibos
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Paslor
Phone 2-1488, Ofc. Phone 2-3238
8:31) Church School Free our- ^ervlce.
10:30 Worship service and Churcb-time
sorsery
f0:30 Youth Congregations
5:00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
6:00 Poat HI Fellowship
7:30 Service 'Centered Op Song
Csrcoli
B'ni Koaa ana St 1'homas Aye
8:00 a.m. Sunday School Free bus, In
lass 11i i)ii and Cocoli
AH services tn Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev Raymond A Gray. Minister
Phone 6-130
8:00 Sunday School.
T JO Worship service
redro Miguel
8:30 Church School
10:45 Divine Worship
7-30 Evening Vesper _____________
Unitarian
I HI
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
18:30 a.m
JWB Armed
Force Service
Centos Library
Balboa. C.Z
r*our Invitation
to liberal
"Mielan
Baptist
JtACIONAI MAIM 161 CHIKIHK-,
Panama Baptist. Prayei Meeting 5.30
Divine Service. 8:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
70S pm. and Serving of The Lord's
i at both Services Sunday School
ggggg
Baptist. La Boca. C. z. Divine
11:00 san. and 7 JO pan. Serving
to Supper at both Service* Sun*
bel at Von pas
Hope. Chlvs-Chiva. C Z.. Divine
i 11-00 a.m Sunday School at
m
C.Z. Divine Services at it oo
S8 D.m with Standav School
RJ" Sunday School at
(Listed below are trie calhouc Churche
in the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception In Coln, and num-
erous parish churches in both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are primarily Span-
ish-speaking.)
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:00. 8:00. 10.00
mo 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: 5:00 om
SACRED HEART CHAPEL, Ancon, C.S
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-6343
Sunday Masses: 6:00, 7:30 A 8:30 am
Dally Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holy day Masse*: s-tOg. 7 JO a.m and
12:10 p.m
Benediction. Friday: 7:30 p.m
Confessions: Thursday before the 1st
Friday, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3:30 lo 5:00 Dan 7:011
o 8:00 pm
Caihcchli.ru Class. Grade School Child
en: Friday 3:18 p.m.
Study Club High School Student
iVc-dnesday 6:30 p.m
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses
every 2nd and 4th Thursdav 7 JO p.m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Paslor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. C.M.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 and 10:30 a.m
Weekday Mass. 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School after the 8 o clock Mas
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8 a.m
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 o.m
Monday 5 and 7 o.m
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelly C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays. Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 a m.
Holiday Mass 1:00 s.m
Mondsy 7:00 p.m
Sundsy Mass'7:00 s.m
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to 7:00 o.m
CHURCH Oe ST. VINCENT Ot PAUl
(Vlnrentlan Fathers)
K' Street. Panama City
Masses. Sunday 6 a.m (high mass): A
8:30 a.m Sunday school conducted by
Maryknoll Sisters, after the second Mass:
Weekday" 6 am.: Holiday 6 and 8:30
s.m.
Confessions. Saturday. 4:30 lo i o.m
it 7 p.in
Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
at 7 p.m., Miraculous Medal Novena al
7 p.m. Friday; convert classes 7:30 om
Monday and Thursday
Cathedsro Class 10:45 lo 11:45 a.m
Sunday.
Beneuictlon 1:00 pm
Holv Day Mass 6:00 a.m
COCO SLITO PLAYSHKD
Pastpr, Rev Wm J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mass .......... 7:45 a m
Holy Day Maas.......... 6:00 s.m
Sunday School .......... 8:45 a.m
Services Thursday nights 7:45 o m
Confessions before Mass
CHURCH OF THE 11(11 I FAMILY
Margarita. C Z.
Rev William J Finn. CM
Mass.................... 8:15
ST JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J Raymon Mchate. C.M
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masses 5:45 A 8.00 a in
Weekly Masaes .. 5:45 A 6:30 a.m
First Frldv ..lasses 5:45 A 8 00 a m
Baptisms Sunday ....... 4 00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena services everv
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7 00 p.m
Novens of the Sscred Hesrt. Friday
1:15 pin
Confession Saturday I to ft; 1 to B
oan
Sunday School. 3:0t p m.
instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 p.m
Sunday. 0:80 a.m -Church School with
classes for all Ages
10:45 a.m. Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Cant Live With-
out It. Special Music bv the lunlor
Choir
8:00 pmVoulh Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game.' Installation of Newly Selected
Officers
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN < II M I CHUHCHEtt
First Church ot Christ, Scientist Ancon
560 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday 8:00 oan
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
First Church ol Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 o.m
Sunday School 8J0 a.m
Christian Science Society, Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 am. First A Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School 10:13
Episcopal
ANCON, t.Z
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST LUKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden, Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond I. Ferris. Dean
7:30 s.m. Holy Communion
8:30 s.m. Cathedrsl School.
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
minion and Sermon.)
. 7:00 pin.- Evening Prayer and Sermon
t KISIOI1 AI K.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd SI. near G. Navy-
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastar
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Church School. 8:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 0 a.m.
(1IC first Sunday In the month!
Young People Vesper Service 4:30
i m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
Die Rev Gideon C. Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Sunday School 8:30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a in
(H C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
it 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
lays at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayei and Fellowship for all
wople
COROZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A. F Ni8hten8sle
7:30 a.m. Every Friday; Morning.Pray-
(HC 1st Frldsy.)
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church: Rev. DA. Osberne
10:30 am 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holy
Communion A Sermon.
10:30 a.m 1st snd 3rd Sundsy Morn-
ng Prsyer A address.
3:00 p.m Sundsy School
5:00 snd 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer end address
2 00 pm. Service st Penitentiary Even
7:30UD.my Tuesdsy Girls Frlendty So
C V:30 p.m 2nd. snd 4th. Thursday
Woman's Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday.2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
< s.mHoly Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist snd Sermon
10 am.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.m Holy Baptism.
7-30 p m.Vespers and Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
7 a.m.. Wednesdays and Fridays 8 a an..
Girls Friendly 6 snd 7 p.m. Mondsy. 6
pm Tuesday; Vespers nightly I 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7 JO P m.
RIO ABAJO
-St. Christopher's
The Rev. Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
in.
Wednesdsy snd Holy Days 8:30 s.m
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of every month.)
Posts. Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC Sim
"retas tanl
r ORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 8:15
Morning Worship................10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sundsy School, Bidg. 154 ...... 8:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sundsy School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 8:48
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... 8:00
Cstkone
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mam ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................... 8:00
I2TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Maas................... 7:45
7L CHAPEL
I
.................... 73
SMS ..........8:00 A 8:00
Tyrol. tTr"r
ST VINCENT'S I III K( II
Silver City. C.Z.
Paslor. Rev Raymond Lewis, CM.
Sunda
u
day
5:45 and 8:00 a m
......... 6:00 e.m
. 5 JO and 6:30 s m
........ 11*0 sm
Novena service
Masses
Weekdsy Mass ..
Holy Day Masses
Sunday School ..
Miraculous Medsl
Tuesday 7:00 p.m
Baptisms Sunday
Confession Saturday 3 JO lo 5:00
to 840 p.m
Instructions los adults Tuesdavs
days 7-30 D.m
OUI LAD OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C Z
Pastos. Rev Charles Jacobs C.M
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8 30 am j
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc 6 00
a-aV
4 00 p.m
0: 7 is,
frt.
MARO A RITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A. Cookson
Sunday School 8 am Evening Prayer
1:00 pm.
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PALO SECO
Choren of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A. F, Nightengale.
Every Mondap 8:30 aan. Holy Com-
munion
PARASO
Rev. D. A Osborne
8:00 a.m Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
8:30 am Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Prayer: 2nd and 4tn
Sundays.
Monday: 7:00 pan Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6 JO p m. Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANR
Rev. D.A. Osborne A Rev C A Crsgweh
11:00 s.m. Holy Communion snd Ser
mon 1st snd 3rd Sundays
11:00 s.m Morning Prayei ano add-
ress: 2nd and 4th Sundays.
3:00 pm. Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer and address
2nd snd 4th Sundays
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAULS CHURCH
A F. Nightengale. B*D Mil
snd The Rev Rlti Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 8:00 oan
7:00 pm Evensong and Sermon
,CHRIST CHURCH BV-THI-StA
Coln. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
STB Rector
iUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
8 am. Choral Eucharist snd Sermon
10 30 em Church School
7 JO pas. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Maas................... 10:80
FORT KOBBE
Dally Masa
Sunday Masses
ISTH'TIAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ...........^..... 7:45
*. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundav "Msss.................. 8:30
AI.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ...........,..... 6:30
Sunday Masses ..........7:15 A 8:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BA8E
Saturday....................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday .................
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday ....................
8:00
7:00
7J0
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ..
Sunday School .........<
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ...............
Morning Worship .............
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ...............
turning Worship.............
8:00
8:30
8:18
10:00
8:30
11:00
f
10:00
.................si. oso
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass.........
FORT GULICK
Sunday Msss
COCO SOLO
Sundsy Msss............. 840
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ...............,......,, 7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment I Lux Building. 34th Strrel
Panama Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 o.m.
Church of Jesus Christ ol Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3802
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 10:00 s.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion .... 7:00 o.m
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p m
Ladies' Bible Class Thursdav 1:48 p.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Crlstooo)
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legtoo Hsll
n front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 s.m
Visitors welcome.
Ladles Bible Sludy st Gstun
Phone Gatun 418 or Ft Gullck SOB
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CURUNDU PROTESTANT
( (IMMUNITV CHURCH
Chaplain Wl)|lam H Blalr
Sunday School ................. 8:48
Morning Worship................ 11:00
Young People's Service......... 5:45
Evening Worship .............#, 7:00
Prsyer Meeting Thursday....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:30 ana
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th SL West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at /JO am
Tuosdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7:30 pan
Bishop
Mass! Hsllkelh Christie Chore
Panama, RJ>.
RL Rev T. James. D. D
offlclantlng.
Morning Worship at......
Holy Communion st........
Fellowship Worship st.....
Bible Resdlng st ..........
Divine Service at .........
Sermon at................
Holv Communion si .....
Balbaa-Amsdor Rasd USO Chah
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PANAMA, R. P., SBADO. MAYO 5, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Vigilancia permanente llevan
a cabo para la seguridad de
los pabellones de la Feria
Patrullas especiales cooperarn con los miembros
de la Fuerza Pblica con tal fin
Delegado panameo
nombrado para una
importante misin
WASHINGTON, Mayo 5
(UIS) El Cornejo Econ-
mico y Social Interamerlcano
ha nombrado a dos de sus
miembros como Observadores en
la Cuarta Reunin de la Comi-
!.i''n Econmica de las Nacli-
nei Unidas para la Amrica La-
tina, la cual comenzar en Clu-
datf de Mxico el 28 de mayo.
Los observadores son el Dr.
Amos E. Taylor, de los Estajos
Unidos, Secretarlo Ejecutivo del
Consejo, y Julio E. Heurtema-
tte. Representante de Panair
en el Consejo.
E. Comit del Consejo Ejecu-
tivo recomend el 20 de agoeto
paia la apertura de la reunin
extraordinaria del Consejo, la
cual probablemente ser con-
vocada para otra ciudad del
continente, de acuerdo con la
coolumbre del Consejo. La reu-
nion contribuye a hacer ms
conocida del pblico la laoor
di! Consejo.
Se espera que en la sesin
de. 10 de mayo el Consejo to-
mar accin sobre esta reco-
mendacin.
--------------------------- COLON Mayo 5 El Comit
Ejecutivo de la Feria se ha
preocupado extraordinariamen-
te por la seguridad y vigilancia
hasta la terminacin de la Pe-
rla, y puede comunicar al p-
blico que esta ser efectiva y
extraordinaria.
La Polica Nacional tendr den
tro del campo de la Feria y en
los alrededores de la misma, vi-
gilancia constante y especial,
habiendo ofrecido el Comandan-
te Remn enviar refuerzo de Po-
lica Montada y a pi desde la
Capital de la Repblica.
La Palela Secreta establece-
r turnos permanentes de vigi-
lancia.
El Cuerpo de Bomberos por
medio de patrullas especiales
montar tambin numerosas
guardia a travs del campo de
la Feria.
La cooperacin generosa de
estos tres cuerpos merece el a-
gradeclmlento especial del Co-
mit Organizador que se compla
ce en hacer pblico reconoci-
miento
Aparte de esta vlgllanca nu-
merosos guardas particulares
asegurar que dcha vigilancia
ser perfecta.
El Comit Organizador ruega
por este medio de la prensa a
todos los exhlbldores y concu-
rrentes a la Feria que se apre-
suren a tomar sus' "stand" y de-
"El Agro-Pecuario ha trado
arroz para obligar Jos que
lo acaparan que lo expendan"
"La ltima cosecha nacional no alcanz la cantidad
suficiente para el consumo," declara
i i '' ---------- En relacin con nrtid* que
Fracas desfile
de los comunistas
del lo. de Mayo
- NUEVA YORK, Mayo (USIS)
Slo 6,500 personas partici-
paron en el desfile auspicalo
por los comunistas el Primero
de Mayo, segn muestran los
clculos oficiales, mientras o-
trat 13,000 se hallaban en l.s
aceras presenciando la demos-
tracin.
8t Informa que muchos de
ks espectadores fueron a expre-
sai su Improbacin ms que su
r.ooyo al desfile comunista. El
nmero de participantes e ao acus una baja de 5,000 en
rtincin con el total del ao
pa3ado.
El acto, contrast con la de-
rioatracln del domingo en la
Parada de la lealtad, cuando
se congregaron ms de 150,010
manifestantes que recorrieron
la ruta de la manifestacin
mientras otros centenares de
miles aplaudan..
En
dimos a la publicidad, sobre la
anarqua de precios en hv ven-
ta del arroz que prevalece en
esta ciudad, precios que fluc-
tan de diez a diez y nueve
centesimos de balboa por libra,
el Banco Agro Pecuario ha en-
viado el siguiente comunicado:
Banco Afro-Pecuario
e Industrial
Comunicado a la Prensa
En la prensa han aparecido
ciertos comentarlos con rela-
cin a la poltica del Banco
Agro-Pecuario e Industrial res-
pecto al problema del arros que
no se ajustan a la realidad.
Ya que el pblico debe cono-
cer la verdad parece oportuno
hacer las siguientes aclaracio-
nes:
De acuerdo con los tcnicos,
la ltima cosecha nacional de
arroz no alcanz la cantldi/l
suficiente para abastecer el
consumo de la Repblica. Esto
se debi en gran parte a con-
tingencias de la naturaleza o
sea que las sequas tanto como
las lluvias que se experimenta-
ron fuera de poca, contribu-
yeron a que mermara mucho
la produccin del arroz.
Debido a estas clrcunstan-
(Paaa a la Pac. fi. Col. 1
El General Hurley se opone
a que se enven tropas de
los Estados Unidos a China
Por JHON C. HENRY
WA8HINOTON, Mayo 5 (EPS)
El mayor general Pat Hurley,
que fu una vez Jefe del general
MacArthur y durante bastante
tiempo embajador de los Esta-
dos unidos en China, considera
que bajo ninguna circunstancia
deben enviarse tropas nortame
rlcanaa a la tierra firme chinar
Al mismo tiempo, considera que
deben tomarse las medidas nece-
sarias para poner fin al cmodo
refugio que los comunistas tie-
nen al norte del paralelo 38 en
Corea y del rio Yal.
"SI yo fuera el responsable de
la campaa" dijo el viejo vete-
rano de las dos guerras mun-
diales, "bombardearla las bases
comunistas y las lineas de abas-
tecimiento en el norte de Corea.
De otro medo no .podremos ga-
nar la guerra all. Ese 'santuario'
crea una situacin que pide me-
didas radicales."
Preguntado si la persecucin
de los comunistas chinos ms
all de sus fronteras no hara
que Rusia se lanzara abierta-
mente a la guerra, el general
contest:
"En mi opinin, loe rusos no
estn listos para una tercera
guerra mundial. Y si comenza-
ran un conflicto, seria en el
Lejano Oriente. Pero no lo ha-
rn. Estn simplemente traban-
do de que nosotros lo hagamos
Cuando se resuelvan a Iniciar
la tercera guerra mundial, si es
que s resuelven, ser e Iran
o en Alemania oriental. No Hay
nada que pueda detenerlos tn
el primero de esos palies ga-
dontt en cambio podran ai-
nar fcilmente muchas ventajas
Todo el Cercano Oriente e;'
cmp. pado en petrleo. Nosotors
lo controlamos y lo necestateos.
Los rufos tambin lo necesitan
7 es probable que traten de con-
trolarlo".
Aunque el general Hurley es
republicano, estuvo siempre de
acuerdo con la poltica exterior
del presidente Roosevelt y le
sirvi con distincin y lealtad-
En 2012 tuvo a su cargo el su-
mlnlstio de equipos y municio-
nes 4. MacArthur en las Filipi-
nas. Ms tarde fu el prin.^r
m 1 n istro norteamericano en
Nueva Zelandia. Luego, como
representante especial de' Roj-
evaZ, realiz varias misiones
Importantes, conversando dis-
tinta.* veces con Churchill, Sta-
lin, Chian Kai-shek y otros pec-
sona.'cc.
Co no Secretario de Guerra en
la Administracin Hoover, fu
jefe del General MacArthur, de
guien es amigo personal. Ac-
tualcente se dedica a sus lace-
res profesionales como abogado
el mismo tiempo que tiene dis-
tintas empresas comerciales. *u
cne-:a, a los sesenta y ocho
aos es extraordinaria.
Examen especial
debern pasar en
la Universidad
8e Informa a los estudian-
tes que han terminado sus es-
tudios secundarlos en escuelas
privadas que todava no han
ajustado sus planes de estudios
oficiales y que aspiran ingre-
sar este ao en la Facultad de
Administracin Pblica y Co-
mercio de la Universidad, que
para poder clasificarse como
estudiantes regulares debern
pasar el examen de admisin.
El siguiente es un resumen
de las bases para dicho exa-
men:
INociones de Comercio y
Economa.
IICiencia Poltica (Cvica).
IllAplicaciones de matem-
ticas.
a) Operaciones fundamenta-
les
b) Transacciones Comercia-
les.
IVEstudios sociales
a) Historia
b) Geografa (Nacional y
Universal)
VEspaol
a) Composicin
b) Ortografa
o Gramtica
Vi-Ingls.
Por Resolucin de la Junta
de la Facultad de Administra-
cin Pblica y Comercio y de
conformidad con los nuevos
planes de estudios que estarn
en vigencia al comienzo de es-
te ao escolar, solo se conce-
dern crditos a partir del cur-
so de ingles 300, es decir, Ingls
avanzado.
Esto significa pues, que to-
dos los aspirantes a ingresar
a la Facultad de Administra-
cin Pblica y Comercio deben
venir preparados para pasar un
examen de Ingls que permita
su clasificacin para tomar in-
gls 300 como su primer curso
en esa lengua.
La Universidad continuar
dictando otros cursos de ingls
ms elemental, pero fuera de
los planes de estudio y sin
derecho a crditos.
Prevalece la calma en el frente
Ordenadamente se hicieron
los pagos en La Caja hoy
"No cerrar ni ha
pensado en cerrar",
declara el Gerente
Roban a personas que
retiran sus depsitos
Varias personas que sacaron tus depsitos ayer en la
Caja de Ahorro, fueron atracadas por audaces rateros, que
se mantienen a la espectativa de lenes estn retirando su
dinero y los signen para aprovecharse de la situacin.
* Informes recogidos en fuentes enteradas. Indicaban que
una seorita que haba retirado sus fondos del banco, fu
sorprendida en las inmediaciones de la Caja y le arrebata-
ron gran parte de sus ahorros, ate que hasta ahora se haya
podido capturar a los rateros. A un asitico que contaba
los paquetes de billetes al salir del banco, tambin le fue-
ron arrebatados varios.
En vista de estas circunstancias y para guardar el or-
den, se han destacado varios miembros de la Secreta y de
la Polica Nacional para proteger a los depositantes de po-
sibles atracos. Se nos advirti, asimismo, qne varias perso-
nas han observado a individuos que siguen a quienes reti-
ran su dinero hasta sus casas, quht pensando en dar ms
tarde el golpe.
Las autoridades policivas
efectuaron arrestos hoy
Los perros deben
estar debidamente
encadenados aqu
EL F. PATRITICO Y
EL PRI RESPALDAN
A LA C. DE AHORROS
Los Honorables Diputados
Jorge E. 1 llueca y Norberto
Navarro, represntanos au-
torioades del Frente Patriti-
co y del Partido Revoluciona-
rio Independiente declararon
esta maana a "El Panam
Amtilca que ambas instltuciu-
nes brindaban su mas Irres-
trltto respaldo a la Caja de
("Ahorros en la actual emer-
gencia qne confronta.
El Alcalde del Distrito Lie.
ngel Vega Mndez ha Infor-
mado a todos los dueos o
guardadores de perros que el
pago de placas e Impuestos co-
rrespondientes de sus respecti-
vos animales no los autoriza
para mantenerlos en soltura.
Todo perro debe estar debida-
mente encadenado en sitio que
no perjudique al veetadarlo de
acuerdo como lo establece el
Decreto No. 102 de 24 de Ju-
lio de 1050.
Se avisa por ltima vez. que
todo perro capturado en soltu-
ra, ya sea porque est en re-
gla con el Municipio o no, cos-
tar recuperarlo la suma de B,
3.00. B. 2.00 en calidad de mul-
ta y B. 1.00 en concepto de
cuidado y alimentacin.
Becas disponibles
hay para hacer un
curso en La Haya
La Academia de Derecho In-
ternacional de La Haya ha
ofrecido becas a la Repblica
de Panam para hacer estudios
de post-graduados en La Haya.
En la Direccin General de
Educacin, se darn los infor-
mes necesarios, desde el lunes
7 hasta el sbado 12 de los
corrientes.
Las autoridades policivas efec-
tuaron en la maana de hoy
una serie de arrestos, sern se
supo hoy en fuentes usualmente
bien enteradas.
Se ka sabido que fueron dete-
nidos entre otros los seores
Huge Victor, Secretario General
del Partido Comunista, Adolfo
Benedetti y Rmuto Escobar del
mismo partido Carlos Ivan Z-
fiiga, del Pente Patritico de
la Juventud, Manuel de J. Qui-
ino Jr. yerno del ex-PresMente
nrlaue A. Jimnes y otro de
apellido Neftal. ,
No hemos podMe 'establecer
la naturales* de los arrestos
citados anteriormente.
~r
Acheson cita el historial
de E.U. respecto a Corea
para demostrar su buena f
Tiene respaldo el
presupuesto de la
defensa de Truman
WASHINGTON, mayo 5.
(USI8. Las primeras reaccio-
nes de los principales peri-
dicos apoyan fuertemente la
proposicin del Presidente Tru-
man para que se vote una par
tlda de $00.700,000,000 para el
presupuesto de la defensa en
el prximo ao fiscal, como me-
dio de preservar la paz mun-
dial e Impedir nuevas incur-
siones de la agresin comunis-
ta.
Edltorialmente convenen los
peridicos en que Truman, quien
present la solicitud al Con-
greso esta semana, no tenia
otro camino que el de pedir
esa partida en vista del ob-
jetivo del Soviet de alcanzar
la dominacin del mundo.
Un editorial del New York
Times observa que el proyec-
to de presupuesto de Truman
para el ao fiscal de 1052 se-
ria el doble de la cantidad del
ao actual, y dice que las gran-
des sumas adicionales sern
necesarias para la ayuda mili-
tar y econmica a las otras na-
ciones libres.
WASHINGTON, mayo 5.
(USIS). El Secretarlo de Es-
tado, Dean Acheson, ha decla-
rado que el historial de la ac-
cin de los Estados Unidos en
Corea demuestra claramente
que este pala busca la liber-
tad e independencia de Corea
y que esta accin es paralela
a las recomendaciones del Te-
niente General Albert C. Wede-
meyer, del Ejrcito de los Es-
tados Unidos.
En respuesta a preguntas que
se le hicieron en la conferen-
cia semanal de prensa, ayer,
el secretario Acheson dijo que
todas las recomendaciones con-
tenidas en el informe de We-
demeyer para el Presidente de
1947, excepto una, hablan sido
llevadas a cabo por los Esta-
dos Unidos.
La nica recomendacin no
llevada a cabo fue la de la
mericanos", dijo Acheson, "En
su lugar, enviamos una misin
militar que asesorara y adies-
trara a oficiales del ejrcito
coreano. En las operaciones
nuestros oficiales han presta-
do servicio con las fuerzas co-
reanas en el terreno".
El secretarlo Acheson expi-
di respuesta a pregunta en
relacin con las recomendacio-
nes del Informe Wedemeyer y
el grado hasta el cual el Go-
bierno habla tenido en cuenta
esas recomendaciones para la
formulacin de su poltica con
respecto a Corea.
El informe Wedemeyer fue
retirado de la lista secreta por
orden del Presidente Truman y
pasado a los comits de Ser-
vicios Armados y Relaciones
Exteriores del Senado, el cual
se dispone a Iniciar una inves-
tigacin sobre la poltica de los
creacin de una fuerza coreana Estados Unidos en el Extremo
de exploracin con oficiales a- Oriente.
Obras Pblicas inicia plan
de reparacin de escuelas
en todo el territorio JVal.
Lo ,har de acuerdo con recomendacrhes'del Mi-
nistro de Educacin, Urriola ,
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas nuevo edificio del Liceo _de 8e-
lnlciar Inmediatamente la re-
paracin de un crecido nmero
de Escuelas en todo el terri-
torio de la Repblica. Dicho
plan de reparacin fu el resul-
tado de una conferencia cele-
brada entre el Ministro de
Educacin, Profesor Cristbal
Adn de Urriola y el Ministro
de Obras Pblicas, Ingeniero
Celso Carboneii.
"La institucin se halla
en estado perfectamen-
te solvente," dice
"La Caja de Ahorros no ci-
nara ni ha pensado en cerrar
sus operaciones" declar, enf-
ticamente esta maana a un
redactor de "El Panam Am-
rica" el Seor Don Guillermo
A. de Roux, Gerente de esa ins-
titucin bancarla desde su fun-
dacin, o sea hace 17 aos
II Gerente de Roux hizo n-
fasis en que la Caja de Ahorro
est en perfectas condiciones
para pagar a los depoaltan'ci
que habiendo perdido la con-
fianza en ese organismo, de-
sean retirar sus fondos.
Hi.Ua las cinco de la tarde
de uyer activamente estuvieren
laborando los cajeros de c.;a
institucin para pagar a apre-
ciaba nmero de pequeos de-
positantes que se presentaron
a as oficinas de la Caja. En ti
man: na de hoy se estuvieron
paga:.do, ordenadamente, a los
que ot presentaron a retirar ,.s
depsitos.
Miembros de la Polica Ra-
cional colaboraron con la Ins-
titucin para poner en orUen
la flia de depositantes que se
extenda hasta cierta distancia
de la puerta de la Caja de A-
horri. Los que que quisieron
hacer efectivos sus depsitos
csperaion con paciencia la o-
portunldatr penetrar en el roc*l,
hast la hora reglamentarla de
eMrrc de los dias sbados, o
sea lis doce en punto.
No se regrlstraron desrdenes
de ninguna clase, ni protesta
alguna; por la manera como se
efectuaion los pagos, a los q -.e
evjtuvieron dedicados los ca-
jeros regulares y personal extra
designado especialmente por la
Gerencia para atender ese te-
tiro ^normal de fondos.
E-. relacin con la situacin
que je ha presentado a la Ca-
ja de Ahorro, el Gerente de'
Rojx expres la confianza de
que ,e! pblico depositante pro ri-
to 31 dara cuenta de que el
rumor infundado y annimo es-
parcido por personas interesa-
das en provocar un pnico, no
tena razn de ser, ya que nun-
ca como ahora se halla la inc-
tlturln a su cargo en mejores
jondiclones de seguridad.
les pagos a los depositantes
que e dejaron influenciar por
esas tendenciosas informacio-
nes c hicieron en la maana
de hoy desde que fueron abier-
tas !Jk puertas y lo nico que
se seJcitaba era que se mantu-
viera el orden y se hicieron l?.s
filas ^ue se exigen en todas kM
instituciones bancarias, para c-
e;tuar depsitos o retirar
fondos.
Numerosas personas estuvie-
ron en la maana de hoy efci-
tuano depsitos, confiados en
la t'acna situacin de la Ca!a
de riorros.
Los rojos estn concentrando
efectivos para dar comienzo
a la nueva ofensiva en Corea
Las patrullas aliadas estn tratando de desbaratar
los intentos de los comunistas
TOKIO, mayo 5. (UP).
Las
patrullas de lis Naciones Uni-
das estuvieron atacando a los
comunistas a todo lo largo del
frente de cien millas de Corea
en un intento de desbaratar
los preparativos para una nue-
va ofensiva, encontrando poca
oposicin inicial con excepcin
del flanco occidental al Norte
de Sel.
La calma en la agresiva ac-
tividad comunista entr en su
sptimo dia consecutivo, mien-
tras los rojos se concentraban
detrs del frente para nuevos
asaltos.
Pequeos grupos de chinos a-
tacaron a la linea aliada al
noroeste de 8il anoche, pero
fueron repelidas con facilidad.
La artillera aliada dispar' so-
bre otra patrulla roja en \
primeras horas de hoy al sur-
oeste de Us.;nby a 11 millas
al Norte de Sel.'
Las espesas nubes que cu-
brieron el frente occidental ^H
rante tres dias, se espera qw
se levanten durante el dia I
hoy, preparando asi el cami-
no para la reanudacin de los
ataques areos en gran eje
Las patrullas del 8o.,
to estuvieron avanzanc
telosamente a todo Jo larg
frente para acercarse ms aN
elusivos rojos, f
Las patrullas blindadas
adelantaron al grueso de lar'
fuerzas, pero encontraron a po-
'Paaa a te nrina 6 columna )
"Un completo, final y sincera
alto de fuego" concertaron
fuerzas Israelitas y Sirias
El acuerdo fue negociado por la Comisin Mixta
de armisticio de las Raciones Unidas
Respaldo a la Institucin
Como es sabido, el Vlce-Pre-
La siguiente es la lista de las
Escuelas -por reparar dada a
la prensa por el Ministro Car-
boneU:
PANAMA
Escuela Pedro J. Sosa
Escuela Simn Bolivar.
Escuela Arraljan.
Escuela VlUa Rosarlo.
Escuela Lagarto.
Escuela Copecito.
Escuela Guayablto.
NOTA IMPORTANTE
Hacer un estudio con el seor
Ministro de Educacin para la
Escuela Liceo de 8eorltas. Me-
dir el terreno que hoy ocupa.
Deteraetnar la localizacln exac-
ta para la construccin del
oritas, en el rea de Panilla,
medir el terreno y elaborar los
planos de acuerdo con el seor
Ministro de Educacin. Solici-
tar un informe a la Seccin
de Diseos y Construcciones
sobre este problema.
VERAGUAS
Escuela Caaclllas.
Escuela La Colorada.
Escuela Junquillos.
(Pasa a la Pag. z, col. )
No piensa reclamar
Ali Khan a la bija
que tiene con Rita
NIZA, mayo 5. (NU). Aly
Khan sali de su refugio en
la Costa Azul y desminti los
rumores publicados en el sen-
tido que piense entablar pro-
cedimiento legal para retener a
su hija Jazmn.
Tanto Aly como su abogado
Pierre Dezlnot se negaron a
hablar ms sobre el asunto.
TEL AVIV, mayo 5. (UP).
Las fuerzas israelitas y sirias
que luchan en la zona fronte-
riza del Lago Tlberlades, han
concertado un "completo, final
y sincero alto de fuego" que en-
tr en vigor a las dos y me-
dia de la Urde, segn el por-
tavoz militar de Israel. Coro-
nel Moshe Perlman, quien di-
jo que se Usgo al acuerdo- en
una entrevista entre represen-
tantes de ambos pases en el
puente de "Hija de Jacob" en
la frontera.
Se tiene entendido que el
acuerdo fue negociado por los
miembros de la comisin mixta
de armisticio de las Naciones
Unidas en que estuvieron re-
presentados ambos pases con
un miembro neutral.
La comisin fue revocada a
reunin por el coronel belga
Bennett de Ridder, jefe Inte-
rino del grupo de las Naciones
Unidas.
El Primer Ministro interino
de Israel, Moshe Sharett, con-
ferenci separadamente con los
diplomticos de Francia, Gran
Bretaa y Estados Unidos, y
pensaba luego hacer Igual con
el Coronel de Ridder.
Entre tanto, el perldicho de-
rechista de Israel "Haboker'
deca en un editorial que cual-
quier "apaciguamiento" de los
sirios se Interpretara como "de-
bilidad" y afirmaba que Siria
haba pedido armas al bloque
sovitico, pero no hubo con-
firmacin de esto.
Un funcionarlo de las Nacio-
nes Unidas calcul las bajas en
esta guerra no declarada en-
tre 50 y 60 sirios y por lo me- ,
nos cuatro israelitas muertos. tfcia, de derivados de la laori-
No hizo clculo de los Israeli-ca de papel.
tas heridos.
Despachos de Capemeum, lla-
mado el segundo hogar de Je-
sucristo, en el extremo nor-
oeste del Mar de Galilea, dicen
que se luch all el mircoles y"
Jueves con mucho fuego de ar-
tillera y el Capitn Lionas
Ryentang, portavoz militar ele
Israel en Tel Aviv dijo que Isa-
tropas judias reentra
Intentos sirios de apoderarse de
Capemeum.
Se incendi una
fbrica de papel
en Estados Unidos
PANAMA CITY, Florida Ma-
yo 5 (UP) La Polica dijo
quo upa explosin estremeci
unu de las fbricas de pay.';,
mus grande del mundo, y el in-
cendio que sigui a la explo-
sin no se poda controlar.
La explosin ocurri en la
"Arizona Chemical Company",
le cuel se encuentra dentro de
lo* terrenos de la "Internatu-
nal Paper Company" en la Ba^e
Area de Tyndall a unas ocho
muas de aqui.
La Polica dijo que solamen-
te tres hombres se encontra-
ban trabajando en la planta
qumica cuando ocurri la ex-
plosin. Han sido encontrat.es
nos cuerpos, pero no han podido
zti identificados y el cuerpo del
otro empleado no se ha podido
encornar-
la "Arizona Chemical Com-
pany" produce resina y turpn-
Rusia no podra
sostenerse ante
ataque en fuerza
WASHINGTON, mayo 5.
(USIS. El General Douglas
MacArthur opina que la CnJo
Sovitica no podra sostenerse
an^e un ataque en fuerza por
el continente asitico.
Esta decUracin la hizo 1
General en el testimonio ren-
dido anta os comits de Fuer-
zas Armada* y Relaciones Ex-
f lores del Senado, el cual e-
feota audiencias con respecto
a la poltica de EE. UU. en el
Le'ano O; Ir ni*.
MacArthur dijo a los sena-
dores que en el caso de que
el conflicto coreano se propa-
gue, las fucizas soviticas que
ahora se encuentran en las zo-
nas adyacentes, podran indu-
dablemente infligir castigo t-
reo al Japn v que los subma-
rinos soviticos podran difi-
cultar el abastecimiento de las
fuerzas .de las Naciones Uni-
das en Corea.
Sin embargo, dijo, el poten-
cial militar sovitico en el Ex-
tremo Oriente se "deteriorarla neas principales maquinarlas,
desde el comienzo" debido a las: productos qumicos, automviles.
(Pasa a te Pag. ti.Cei.Cj iextUea, hierro y acero, trigo y
Las venia* y las compras de
Estados Unidos y la Amrica
Latina estn casi niveladas
WASHINGTON, (USIS) Mayo
S Los pases latinoamerica-
nos y los Estados Unidos es-
tn hacindose ms y ms In-
dependientes en el comercio, y
el movimiento comercial de dos
vas est ahora ms cerca que
nunca de un balance.
Lo anterior ha sido expre-
sado en editorial de Importante
peridico de los Estados Uni-
dos, al comentar sobre las re-
cin publicadas estadsticas en
relacin con el comercio entre
este pas y la Amrica Latina
durante el ao de 1950-1951.
El Portland Oregonlan dice:
"La interdependencia de los
Estados Unidos y los pases la-
tinoamericanos est indicada
en recientes estadsticas que
demuestran que han cambiado
las exportaciones e Importacio-
nes en 1950 y 1951. En seis de
los renglones ms importantes
Cafe, azcar, petrleo, co-
bre, plomo y antimonio este
pas Import de las naciones
del Sur un total de $1,891.000.-
000. o sea alrededor del 86 por
ciento del valor total de las
exportaciones de esos pases en
cuanto a eso6 productos, el cual
fu de *,210,000
"Mientras tanto, en seis II-
harina los Estados Unido
enviaron a la Amrica Latina
un total de $1,617,000,000 o sea
alrededor del 45 por ciento de
la Importacin total de esos
productos."
La Universidad de
la Habana ofrece
becas a EL UU.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 5 -
Le Unin Fen-American ha a-
reptado una oferta de la Uni-
versidad de la Habana, de cinco
btcas que se otorgarn a resi-
dentes de los Estados Unidos
que deseen estudiar el idioma
esuaol.
Los candidatos, quienes ests-
diarn en Cuba durante unas
seis semanas en el curso del
prjxlmo verano, sern designa-
dos por la Divisin de Educ-
cin de la Unin Pan-Amer:a-
!i. Para optar a ta beca os
na; irante deben ser ciudadanos
nr los Estados Unidos, poseer
al?n conocimiento de espaol
y tener por lo menos el graiio
de bachiller


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LA DEMOCRACIA Y LA REALIDAD
DE AMERICA
Es una verdad innegable que todos los pueblos
de nuestro continente tienen inconfundibles aspira-
ciones democrticas y, sin embargo, no todos ellos
viven la realidad de esta doctrina ni siquiera en
sus ms elementales fundamentos de gobierno. Y
ello se debe a cierto predominio que estn ejercien-
do algunos regmenes latino-americanos cuya exis-
tencia constituye una irritante negacin de las li-
bertades polticas.
La democracia no es una utopa para la Am-
rica Latina. Hay numerosas pruebas de que es po-
sible k vigencia de este sistema por lo menos con
un mnimum de prctica que bien podra justificar
la esperanza de un pronto perfeccionamiento.
En el continente han habido y hay en la actua-
lidad gobiernos que son magnficas expresiones del
ideario democrtico. Para reforzar esta tesis se po-
dran citar muchos ejemplos, pero bastara con uno,
el de la prestigiosa Repblica del Uruguay, para de-
mostrar que s es posible realizar la concepcin demo-
crtica dentro de la mentalidad latinoamericana. Y
es coaveniente meditar en estas cosas porque a veces
yira voces pesimistas que sostienen la imposibi-
.ad de erradicar las vergonzosas dictaduras de
tmriea parque las consideran algo as como un
producto del ambiente latinoamericano.
Cuando se analizan las causas que han deter-
minado la existencia de esos gobiernos de prolon-
gada duracin, lograda a travs de un control ab-
soluto de los Poderes Pblicos, es posible que se
llegue a la conclusin de que mediante un plan, ins-
pirado en la. solidaridad y la interdependencia de
los pueblos de Amrica, se moralice la poltica in-
terna de estas naciones en lo que a prcticas de
gobierno se refiere.
Es conveniente que la idea de un programa en
beneficio positivo de la democracia continental naz-
ca de los dirigentes de Amrica y, de manera es-
pecial, de los estadistas que se encuentran al fren-
te de los gobiernos democrticos. Hay que pensar
en una realidad muy dolorosa si ello no se logra,
pues poco a poco irn prosperando las dictaduras
y, lo que es peor todava, irn organizndose, por
decirlo as, en un plan de accin internacional. Pa-
ra combatir el comunismo se necesita robustecer la
democracia prra que sta triunfe definitivamente
7 en la conciencia de nuestros pueblos.
---------------------:----------^---------.------------_----------1
Importancia de la ayuda mdica
Con reservas fue aprobada
por la Argentina resolution
en la reunin de cancilleres
La Poaicin Argentina a Travs
del Discurso Pronunciado por el
Canciller Hiplito J. Pai, en la
Conferencia de Washington
"Voy a exponer el pensamiento
de la Delegacin Argentina sobro
el Proyecto de Resolucin relati-
vo al apoyo de las Repblicas A
merit ana.s a las Naciones Unidas.
S que en lo jurdico, ms que
en ningn otro orden de ideas. es
cierto el aforismo de que la ver-
dad no es patrimonio de nadie.
Pero ante un irrenunclable dic-
tado de conciencia y el resguardo
de nuestro propio concepto de la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
merlcanos y de las Naciones Uni-
das, a la que pertenecen todos !o-
paises aqu presentes, quiero po-
ner de manifiesto el punto de
vista de mi delegacin.
La consideracin de este pro-
yecto plantea, a nuestro juicio,
upa cuestin de Jurisdiccin y
competencia: la de deslinda las
atribuciones de la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos con los
que son propias de ias Naciones
Unidas.
Para nosotros el proyecto tra'a
de una materia privativa de Na-
ciones Unidas. Sobre ella el Orga-
nismo mundial adopt, ya. una
Resolucin denominada -''Union
Pro Paz", con respecto a la cual
los Estados reunidos aqu y re-
presentados, tambin all, en Na-
ciones Unidas, se pronunciaron a
su debido tiempo.
Creemos estar frente a una re-
solucin ajena a la rbita ds la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
dad superior. Todo esto sirve pa-
ra fijar con claridad cual es la
situacin del organismo especi-
fico regional dentro del marco
general de la Organizacin de las
Naciones Unidas. Ello aclara. e;i
primer lugar, por qu el articulo
lo. de la Carta de la Organiza-
cin de los Estados Americanos
se refiere al a Organizacin in-
ternacional que los Estados A-
mericanos han desarrollado para
"fomentar su solidaridad, romi.;-
tecer su colaboracin y defender
su soberana, su integridad terri-
torial y su independencia. Y ex-
plica, adems, por que dicho ar-
ticulo agrega que dentro de Ins
Naciones Unidas la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos cons-
tituye un organismo regional.
La contraprueba de la consis-
tencia jurdica de nuestra tesis .a
d el propio articulo 53 de la Car-
ta de las Naciones Unida* Con-
forme a dicho texto los organis-
mos regionales, para aplicar me-
didas coercitivas necesitan, la au-
torizacin del Consejo de Segu-
ridad de las Naciones Unidas. En
otras palabras, es el Consejo de
Seguridad el que tiene la Inicia-
tiva de la accin; l es. de acuer-
do con dicho articulo 53. el i'm. -o
que puede ponerla en movimien-
to; y en fin, para que el Organis-
mo regional acte, es recnsKo
ineludible que esa accin, dir a-
si. haya sido puesta en mov-
miento por el Consejo de Segu-
ridad
En consecuencia, me permito
sealar a la consideracin de los
seores Ministros el por qu de
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parte de nuestros campesinos v
su estado de abandono en apar-
tadas regiones de la patria, fa-
cilitar la nefasta accin de "ma-
gos" v "curanderos" individuos,
en casi todas las ocasiones coim
sucedi con el famoso \jago de
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tencionados, cuando no revesti-
dos de un barniz- cientfico que
los hace aun ms audaces v oe-
llgrosos. Y su peligro radica, no
tanto en los remedias suminis-
trados nue no son cosa distinta
de aguas teidas, con sabor a
hierbas diversas, escogidas al a-
caso. como en el engao que per-
mite el avance de la enfermedad
hasta los limites de la incura-
bilidad.
Tanto o ms perjualcialcs aue
los magos es esta vieja costum-
bre de agotar los "remedius ca-
seros" antes de recurrir al m-
dico. Ante los primeros snomas
de una enfermedad, se apela a
las "agitas v cuando stas se
agotan en la casa, se recurre a
las del vecino, se aceptan con-
sejos de todas las comadres v va.
cuando la enfermedad toma
cuerpo t el temor a la muerte
empieza a cernerse, se llama al
mdico, o se lleva el enfermo al
hospital. En estas condiciones el
porcentaje de probabilidades de
fracaso sube notablemente.
Estas circunstancias explican
el estado de gravedad en que se
presentan casi todos los enfer-
mos a los hospitales v el nmero
de muertes relativamente cre-
cido que en ellos se observa. \
1 no se trata de mala o lnsuficlen-
! te atencin de los enfermos, es
aue llegan en tal grado de ago-
: tamiento fsico, que el organis-
mo ya no reacciona ante el esti-
mulo de los tratamientos
La medicina puede realizar y
realiza a diario verdaderas cu-
raciones extraordinarias en casos
| de enfermedades muv avanza-
das; pero su principal papel, su
grande xito, est en los comien-
zos, cuando el organismo es un
magnifico colaborador en los tra-
tamientos, por tener reservas v
: energas suficientes.
Por todos estos motivos es pre-
ciso hacer conocer de las gentes
los beneficios que reporta una
oportuna visita al mdico, cuan-
do las primeras molestias hacen
su aparicin: v acostumbrarlas
propio proyecto al referirse, en
primer lugar a "las Repblicas
Americanas coma miembros de
las Naciones Unidas" (Primer
considerando); y. en segundo
trmino, al expresar que las Na-
ciones Unidas, de conformidad
con las resoluciones de Su Con-
sejo, de Seguridad y de su Asam-
blea General, ya "han tomado
medidas para restaurar la paz'
en Corea. ,
Quiero prevenir que esta mis-
ma tesis la sostuvo mi pas al dis-
cutirse en el Consejo de la Orga-
nizacin de los Estados America-
nos la situacin Internacional
creada con motivo de la agre-
sin a Corea.
En esa sesin del 28 de junio de
1950 nuestro Embajador, Doctor
Remorlno, sostuvo esta misma
tesis al deslindar las atribucio-
nes del Consejo de la Organiza-
cin de los Estados Americanos
frente a las resoluciones adopta-
das por el Consejo de Seguridad
de las Naciones Unidas.
A nuestro juicio, el objeto de
los organismos regionales es en-
tender, valga la redundancia, eu
los asuntos "susceptibles de ac-
cin regional", como ieza el Ar-
ticulo 52 de la Carta de Nacin.-s
Unidas. Siempre, naturalmente,
que dichos organismos y sus ac-
tividades sean compatibles con
los propsitos y principios del Or-
ganismo Mundial, consagrados en
el Artculo 52, pargrafo lo. de la
Carta de las Naciones Unidas.
En efecto, la Carta de las Na-
ciones Unidas contiene normas
que delimitan el problema del
mantenimiento de la paz y la se-
Ruridai Internacional. Y. a es'e
respecto, otorga una competencia
general v en cierto modo exclu-
siva a la Organizacin mundial
Esta situacin se justifica con
el proposito que persiguen las
Naciones Unidas. Ese objetivo
principal que, es a la vez. la razn
de ser del organismo mundial,
nace de la premisa de que la pez
internacional es indivisible v de-
be ser mantenida por una autorl-
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cedimiento de ir aumentando sus
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Estados Americanos resuelve e-
doptar medidas para llevar a ca-
bo y poner en ejectrcln una re-
solucin de las Naciones Unidas:
Qu pasarla maana si en una
resolucin adoptada por la mayo-
ra de la Asamblea, estuviese in-
tegrada la minora por un nme-
ro de Estados Americanos que
fueran mayora en el Continen-
te? Qu pasara, me pregunto, si
esos Estados Americanos, mino-
ra en la Asamblea, pero mayora
en la Organizacin de los Es.'a-
dos Americanos, trajeran a dis-
cusin al seno de la Organizacin
de los Estados Americanos ese a-
suntp e impusieran su criterio?
Todo eso confirma nuestra o-
pinln de que no debemos salir
de la rbita que nos fija la Car-
ta de la Organizacin de loa Es-
tados Americanos.
Na abtante, y en obsequia y
beneficio tie la solidaridad inter-
americana, solidaridad que en es-
te momento reafirmo con todo
nfasis, repitiendo con loa trmi-
nos de la Declaracin de Washing-
ton, la firme determinacin de
mantener inquebrantable la uni-
dad continental, Argentina va a
votar afirmativamente en com-
paa de todas sus hermanas de
Amrica, este Project* de Resa-
lacin, persuadida de ane l con-
tribuye a nna tarea en que estn
empeados hov todoa los hombres
de buena voluntad: la de mante-
ner la as, la seguridad y el bie-
nestar de los pueblas del mundo.
Y persuadido, adems, de que
esta actitud traduce el pena-
miento y en sentir del pueblo ar-
Las Naciones Unidas tienen
a cerca de ciento cincuenta
mil prisioneros comunistas
\
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
NUEVO CORREGIDOR
Panam, mayo 4 de 1991.
8r. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Presente.
Seor. Director: Plceme, comu-
nicarle que por Decreto de la Al-
calda Municipal" del Distrito,
lechado el da dos del mes eu
curso he,sido nombrado Corre*
gldor de'Ponda en el Barrio a
Santa Ana de esta Ciudad, pues-
to que entr a ejercer en la mis-
ma fecha.
Sea del caso manifestarle que,
en el ejercicio de mt funcionas
atender las quejas de los resi-
dentes del Barrio bajo mi juris-
diccin, procurar administrar
Justicia de manera lmparelal y
tendr presente la Critica cons-
tructiva de la Prensa Local, i a,
cual tendr en mi Despacho fran-
ca acogida,
Soy de Ud. atento servidor.
Francisco Snches y A
Corregidor.
CITACIN
El seor Ernesto Lpez C, se-
cretario General de la Socie-
dad "Hovecu", hace un llama-
do urgente a todos los miem-
bros de esa entidad cultural,
para que asistan en masa a
la sesin del domingo en el
Instituto Nacional. Se recuerda
que en esta sesin se tratara
sobre el grandioso festival del
sbado 19 de mayo en el Jar-
din Balboa. Adems, se requie-
re la presencia de todas las
distinguidas seoritas de la so-
ciedad "Hovecu".
Joa Agnstin Arauz,
Secretarlo de Prensa
y Propaganda.
TOKIO, Muyo & (UP) ----- Lu
Naciones Unidas tienen cerca
de 150,000 prisioneros Nor-Co-
reanos y Chinos en un campa-
mento en Corea del Sur.
El Teniente Coronel D. R.
Nugent, Jefe de Id Seccin de
Iniormacin y Educacin Civil
del mando de las Nclones Uni-
das revelo la cura al anunuiuv
un plan de educacin para 'os'
prisioneros.
El programa, mediante el
cual se ensear a los prlslo-,
eros de guerra oficios y pro-,
festones y se les ayudar a re-
cuperar su lugar como miem-
bros de a sociedad tras la li-
beracin, sigue de cerca las ins-
trucciones de la Convencin de
Ginebra y las Naciones Uni-
das.
Nugent dijo: "Adems de los
cuidos a su propio alojamiento
y mejoras en el campame.nu
tuvieron poco en que ocupar
su tiempo y mente. Su instruc-
cin es deficiente y pocos de
ellos tienen idea de los .mtodos
del trabajo Basta en sus propios
oficios anteriores, que el mun-
do occidental ha conocido du-
rante siglos".
"Creemos que las aspiracio-
nes de las Naciones Unidas a
formar una sociedad decente.
exigen que mientras tenemos
bajo nuestra custodia estos an-
tiguos soldados, hagamos cuan-
to potiamo.- por ponerlos en
condicione! de bastarse a si
mismos y hacerlos miembros
respetables de su sociedad cuan-
do la situacin permita liber-
tarlos".
Esto usted
combatiendo
la caries dental
con Crema DentaL
Amm-i-dent
gontlno expresado por los labios
de su Presidente, el General Pe-
rn de que Amrica "es algo ms
que un continente dlagramaao
por la geografa; es un solo cuer-
po de ideas y doctrinas, que rea-
firman el pensamiento de la li-
bertad y de la unin, del progre-
so y la concordia".
Pero antes de concluir quiero
expresar lo sloulente:
Al votar afirmativamente,
cumpliendo instrucciones de mi
Gobierno y no obstante hallarse
prevista en el texto de la Resolu-
cin la clusula de las normas
constitucionales, quiero dejar for-
mulada una reserva en el seniu'o
de que todo empleo de fueizas
armadas, ya sea en el orden mun-
dial, o en el continental, ESTA
CONDICIONADA A LA CONSTI-
TUCIN NACIONAL . CUAL
RESERVA DICHA POTESTAD.
CON CARCTER EXCLUSIVO E
INDELEGABLE. AL CONGRESO
DE LA NACIN. Y. adems en
esta solemne oportunidad, quiero
dejar expresa constancia de que
mi Gobierno no tomar ninguna
determinacin, sin la expresa
consulta y decisin del pueblo ar-
gentina, par tratarse de un ejer-
cicio propio de la soberana y de
un atributo intransferible del
pueblo.
OBRAS PUBLICAS INICIA .
Escuela Martlncito.
Escuela La Pea.
Escuela La Soledad.
Escuela Atalaya.
Eseuela Calobre.
Escuela Jos de la C. Merida.
Escuela La Mesa.
Escuela Jos Agustn Ruz.
Escuela Los Jorones.
Escuela Zapotillo.
Escuela Adolfo J. Fbrega
Escuela Piln.
Escuela Miguel Alba.
Escuela Bolvar.
Escuela Querque.
BOCAS DEL TORO "
Escuela Rep. de Nicaragua
Escuela de Tobobe.
COCLE
Escuela Alejandro Tapia Es-
cobar.
Escuela Simeon Cont.
Escuela Celestino del Rosa-
rlo.
Escuela Marica Abajo.
Escuela de Llano Grande.
Escuela El Cope.
Escuelas de Nata.
COLON y SAN BLAS
Escuela Rep. de Bolivia.
Escuela Carti Tupile.
Escuela Rio Sidra.
Escuela Allgandl-
Escuela San Ignacio de Tupile.
Escuela Rodolfo Chlarl,
(Nareani.
CHIRIQUI
Escuela Repblica Francesa.
Escuela Cochea Arriba.
Escuela El Quiteo.
Eseuela Hato del Volcn.
Escuela San Flix.
DARIEN
Escuela Camogantl.
Escuela Garachln.
Escuela Tucutl.
Escuela El Real.
Escuela Plnogana.
Escuela Yava.
HERRERA
Escuela Toms Herrera No. 1.
Escuela La Arena.
Escuela Las Minas.
Escuela Peas Chatas.
Escuela Rincn Santo.
LOS SANTOS
Escuela Pablo Ballesteros,
(Los Asientos)
Escuela Lajamina.
Escuela Repblica de Hondu-
ras, (Adicin).
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Result muy interesante la
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ecuestre de Simn Bolvar
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News Service)La rededlcacin
de la estatua ecuestre del Li-
bertador, Simn Bolivar, efec-
tuada la semana pasada, fu
una de las ceremonias ms in-
teresantes que se haya observa-
do aqu en los ltimos aos. Una
nota atractiva de la ceremonia
fu la presencia de la Srta. Lui-
sa Guardia Machado, Reina de
los Cadetes Venezolanos. La her
mosa reina (ver fotografa) lle-
g con el Cnsul General de Ve-
nezuela en Nueva York seor
Antonio Dvila Delgado, en un
Lincoln Cosmopolitan que habla
sido puesto a su disposicin pa-
ra ese dia por la Ford Inter-
national.
La gran multitud situada en
la Avenida de. las Americas du-
rante la parada, fu presentada
con el brillante espectculo de
300o marchantes. Incluyendo 380
cadetes navales v militares Ve-
nezolanos y contingentas de ca-
detes Peruanos y Colombianas,
todos ellos con uniforme de pa-
rada. La parada comenz en la
Calle Cuarenta y Cinco e inclu-
y las Bandas del Ejrcito, Ma-
rina y Cuerpo de Marinos de los
E.U.A. y de la Polica de Nueva
York y. de los Departamentos de
Bomberos y Sanidad.
La redldlcacln de la estatua
fu posible mediante un fondo
de ms de $5.000 otorgado por
el Gobierno de Venezuela y
puesto a disposicin de la ciu-
dad de Nueva York. La propues-
ta de reublcar la estatua fu
originada por prominentes y dis-
tinguidos Ciudadanos amigos de
los pases Sud Americanos, con
quienes Simn Bolivar se iden-
tifica especialmente, y por la
Asociacin de la Avenida de las
Americas, quienes endorsaron la
propuesta. Aunque se hicieron
numerosos atentos, no hubo nin-
gn progreso en el proyecto.
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gastos de reubicacin, del desa-
rrollo del rea adyacente y la
reconstruccin del sitio original
en Colina Bolivar.
La estatua de Simn Bolvar
fu presentada originalmente
por la gente y el Gobierno de
Venezuela a la Ciudad de Nueva
York en 1811. En su nueva Ubi-
cacin, la estatua ecuestre de
bronce est sobre una base de
granito Quincy pulimentado,
con un altura de 76 metros.
Ubicada a la entrada de la Ave-
nida de las Americas, que .fu
dedicada en 1945 por el difunto
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KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
(PAGINA TKI
Chiang Kai-shek cuenta con ms de
500.000 hombres bien adiestrados
Pueden emplearse
para aminorar la
presin de China
WASHINGTON, Mayo 5 (Vi3)
El General Douglas MacAv-
thur dijo a los investigado, es
f.il Senado que el Generalsimo
Chiang Kai-shek tiene en Fji-
mosgi 500,000 soldados excelc.i
tes que podran emplearse pa;a
ar..inorar la presin de las lu.r-
zas de las Naciones Unidas en
Coita.
agreg que debia dejarse rl
cato al "propio Juicio" de
Chiang en cuanto al empleo de
sui fuerzas, pero que stas po-
diian usarse para lrlcursloit
en el continente Chino o en
i cochina en donde los fran-
ceses luchan contra los couiu-
nistas.
Dijo que la "amenaza" de an
a que nacionalista bastarla por
s sola para salvar miles de v'-
dar norteamericanas en corej
MadArthur sugiri nuevamen-
te el uso de la potencia na.ul
y area norteamericana en a-
povo de los nacionalistas y qus
no sabia si seria "factible' e-
eciuar un gigantesco desem-
barco anfibio de nacionalistas
en el continente.
Dijo que las fuerzas de Chlar.g
soi. "exactamente iguales a ia
Entre dos v tres millones han
muerto inocentemente en Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS, Mayo 4
(UP) El delegado coreano
c:: las Naciones Unidas. Ben C.
Lir..b, acus de genocidio a fas
comunistas, contra las que sr
ha estado bombardeando". kite
i;o que estuvo bien dejar tb
l'Oimosa como fuerza defensiva
a' Ejrcito Nacionalista, miei-
tras los ejrcitos tercero y cier-
to de los comunistas estaban
ci. el continente frente a la Li-
la pero que tan pronto coa.o
fusion trasladados al norte v.i-
glri al Gobierno de Estados J-
nlos que utilizara esas fueizas
y ejue un "ms pronto uso de
ep< fuerzas habran aliviado
la presin contra mis hornos,
M- habra salvado miles de vi-
das en Corea". t
Dijo que siempre estuvo de
aojerdo que se aceptara la c-
erta de 35,000 hombres que al-
zo Chiang para luchar en d-
ci pero que no recuerda que
siquiera se le contestar la -(>-
municacin que respecto al a-
suiilo envi al Estado Maycr
mixto-
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Contabilidad Redaccin Ingls
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
4
intaAVENH
ESTAMOS
ABIERTO
DE
8 a 12 30 y 2 a 6
diligentes comunistas de Rusia,
'a China Comunista y Nor-Co
rea. comenzando con Mao le-
Ting, y Staiin, y pidi el cas'i-
go ae las Naciones Unidas pa. i
los mismos.
Dijo a los periodistas que ce-
D'-.o a un "plan preconcebido"'
de destruir a Corea de Sur, en-
tre dos y tres millones de pa-
.-ai.os Inocentes liabian mueito,
estaban heridos o se desconoca
su suerte.
E) ex-Premier Ministro su:-
ccreano dijo que los comunistas
ti a.aban preferentemente Li
destruir los grupos religios .1
catlicos, protestantes y otro1.
AfciCg que hablan presentado
sus acusaciones al Consejo -
coomico y Social y que espera-
ba que fueran estudiados du-
rante el periodo de sesiones es-
te verano.
?u propsito principal, segn
dijo, es movilizar la opinin 1*1-
blLa para terminar ese geno-
rld'o, pero aclar que no esp>
ra que las Naciones Unidas '.'-
gr.n mucho en el sentido de
soi.ieter a la accin de la jus-
ticia a los dirigentes rusos y ohl
nos y que estaba de acuerdo que
n Gobierno Sur-Coreano J3-
gar y castigar a los noi co-
lanos culpables.
los periodistas aprovecharon
la ocasin para preguntarle u-
cerea la guerra en Corea. Lii.'b
elijr que mantena firme su
c-.cncla de que las Fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas no dea -n
detenerse hasta llegar al Rio
Yalu.
Muere en Estados
Unidos la seora
Martha M. Wagner
La .Sra- Martha M. Warner,
vluUa del Dr, BrlnUm L. War-
ner y por muchos aos resUer.-
tei en el Istmo, muri ayer en
Loria Island, en donde se ar-
Coirtiaba residiendo desde ha-e
oHuo meses.
I* Sra. Warner vino-al Istn.o
cu 1924 y estuvo residiendo en
la Zona del Canal hasta la
muerte de su esposo hace unes
aos, mudndose Juego a Sai.ta
Claia y partiendo para Long
Island en Agosto del ao pasado
en donde estableci su nuevo
ho;}ar.
la Sra. Warner, la sobrevi-
ven una hermana, Sra. Fn>n
Pc.iott. dos hermanos, James j
Ed.vard Wiseman, una sobrins.
Sis. J. C. Hauck y tres sobrinos
John, Edward y James NlebJi.
Ahora! puede Vd. volar
BQ
va
en conexin ce* Panair Jo Bratil
. puede volar ahora a la rwimoaa capital
brasilea, en poderosos cuatrimotores, via
El nter Americano y Panair, haciendo
inmediatas conexiones en Lima.
Y Mprorrcht ata ranttjm ntraorditutria:
despus dt viaitar Rio, vuelva via
Montevideo. Bueno Aire, Santiago y
Lima, por una nfima diferencia tabre la
tarifa normal de ida y vuelta.
|Ua viaje que no olvidar jams'
icaaaitt PAN ACM pit* -fricar
Servicio diarto entre Bs. As. t CE. UU. (cea scala* an
Santiago y Lima) en loa rnosos DC-6 de El IntcrAmtrirana
para que Ud. viaje cmodamente a Rio y las phncipalea
ciudades de America.
|Y como siempre!
Servicie bisemanal "El Especial'
por la ruta de SI nter Americana y
na H%.
9 Servicio "Gourmet" de comidas. Kefi garlea. Ateneiea
personal en tierra y aire. La asaynr eapervencia como linas
araa y la par ca psreonal de ana ftmtsns pilotes.
Claee Turista
rebajas de hasta
otro filfa oaVeo lo o iraca tonto enroje*
CowauMa a mi oeenso do viaio* y comprobar que ninguna
PANACRA
MN AMBrtCAN GttACl AKfWAYS
llelaae Jo r*aaaVro Pname: Passes A|Sclli Ca.
Debe prohibirse
el envo de ms
armas a China
NACIONES UNIDAS. Urgente.
Mayo 5 (UP) Estados oi:>-
uu piupuso que se prohiba el
ui.i, de anuas a la China Co-
munista 'de manera que nln-
gr soldado en Corea pueca
ser bla.ico de una. bala fabri-
cada en el mundo libre".
El plan fu expuesto en la
reunin a puerta cerrada de a
Comisin sobre sanciones de las
Naciones Unidas y el delegado
norte-americano Ernest A. Gross
dijo que el mismo ser presen-
tado en ijiraa de proyecto de
resolucin a principios de la
semana entrante.
Fuentes fidedignas Informa-
ron, slnembargo, que existe gran
oposicin de parle de algunos
de los 12 pases miembros de
la comisin a que se tome esa
medida contra el Gobierno de
Pekn en estos momentos.
Groas explic el plan en rue-
da de periodistas celebrada al
terminar la reunin de la Co-
misin, diciendo que el mismo
exige que se prohiba propor-
cionar a Pekn armas, muni-
ciones e implementos de gue-
rra, petrleo, materiales de
energa itmlca y artculos
tiles para la produccin de
armas, municiones e implemen-
tos de euerra.
"No creo", dijo Groas, "que
nacin alguna que apoye la
gestin de las Naciones Unidas
en Corea pueda oponerse a un
programa que asegurara que
ningn soldado en Corea sea
blanco dt una bala fabricada
en el mundo libr".
Le "El Aviso Oportuno'
Leche
en polv
VALLE
VERDE
cada vaso
es una fuente
de salud
pdala
siempre !
sela
diario !
'*lT VERDE
VALLE
VERDE
Sabe mejor !
i-i
Setenta becas se
otorgan a hijos
de unos obreros
DETROIT, Michigan. Mayo 5
(Export News Service iSetenta
becas escolares universitarias se
adjudicarn este ao a los hijos
de los empleados de la Ford
Motor Company, declar esta se-
mana Henry Ford II, presiden-
te de la Compaa.
El Sr. Ford aadi que estas
becas se otorgaran a los . estu-
diantes seleccionados por un
grupo de nueve presidentes de
colegios y universidades. Las be-
cas sern abonadas por la Ford
Motor Company e incluirn todo
gasto de matrcula y de instruc-
cin, ms "parte de las subsis-
tencias del estudiante."
La Ford Motor Company Fud
es una corporacin que no busca
utilidades, organizada para pro-
psitos educativos, cientficos y
caritativos, y es independiente
de la organizacin multlmillo-
naria Ford Foundation, la cual
recientemente comenz sus ope-
raciones filantrpicas en todo el
mundo
Dijo tambin el Sr. Ford que
adems de su deseo de ayudar
a los hijos e hijas de sus em-
pleados, 'tambin perseguimos
un medio prctico para ayudar
a solucionar las problemas de
carcter financiero que hoy con-
fronta el sistema educativo de
los que aspiran a diplomarse en
los Estados Unidos".
CADENA DE
BOLILLAS
(BALL CHAIN)
Aparente para Llaveros. Re-
lojes Lmparas, etc. En
rollos de 150 metros. Listas
para embarque de N.Y. en
cualquier cantidad. Escriba-
nos solicitando cotizaciones
directas de la Fbrica sin
competencia alguna.
STANDARD SALES
& SERVICE, S.A.
Casilla 2443, Lima, Per.
El AVISO OPORTUNO ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
PRIGUHT
Si as cierto que nuestro clima tropical exige una dieta pobre en grasas
da origen animal; y que para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de salud se debe cocinar con grasas vegetales?
nUNTICi
ES PURA GRASA VEGETAL
i"
m

LO
SENTIMOS

pero
SE ACABARON
LOS CERTIFICADOS
para el
CONCURSO

LUCKY STRIKE

El sorteo ser efectuado de acuerdo con el
Sorteo de la Lotera Nacional de Beneficencia
del 20 de Mayo de 1KL
Mientras tanto, siga guardando todos los pa-
quetes vacos de LUCKY STRIKE y est alerta
para el prximo Concurso LUCKY STRIKE.
SEA FELIZ Y TENGA SUERTE
LUCKY STRIKE

a.



PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO iKDCf ENDIEXTB
RASADO, MATO S. Itil
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Se exigir examen del g ana do en el interior
Es el destinado al sacrificio
y abarcar localidades donde
se mata diariamente, afirman
El Secretario Asistente del
Ministerio de Agricultura infor-
mo en 1* maana de hoy eue
todas lai reset que te eacnfi-
Sien en laa principal's pobla-
ones del Interior de la Rep-
blica, tern examinadas por ve-
terinarios, pues se ha demostra-
da aue e| hecho de aue no se
efecten estol exmenes est
aaienasanndo la salud de los
habitantes,
|El Secretario don Carlea G.
Isaza manifest ene, ana in-
vestigacin realizada por el De-
nartamentn de Veterinaria a
cargo del Mayor Foolltng ha
demostrado que una preciable
, cantidad de ganado enfermo se
est sacrificando en el Interior
de la Repblica, y que es pre-
so tomar medidas para evi-
tar cualquier epidemia que pue-
da surgir.
..Se cit el caso de la ciudad
de Santiago de veraguas donde
el Municipio no paga los servi-
cios de un veterinario a pesar
ile que se sacrifica nn nmero
plural de reset diariamente.
El Ministerio de Agricultura
est estudiando el problema con
todo detenimiento a fin de dic-
tar 1st medidas quue se estimen
convenientes al respecto.
Es muy probable que se exi-
ja el examen de les animales
Sue van al sacrificio en aque-
as localidades en que se sa-
crifica ganado diariamente
donde ei impuesto que se paga
por el sii crlfIcio del ganado, re-
sista, el pago del mencionado
profesional.
NORMAL, Mayo 4 (Corres-
ponsal). Director Voz del In-
terior. El Panam Amrica.
Panam. Segn informes ob-
tenidos por el Gerente del Ban-
co Agropecuario de Veraguas,
bay en K actualidad cerca de
cuarenta mil quintales de arroz
acaparado' por los comercian-
tes y dueos de piladoras.
El Gerente Urea. ha infor-
mado a la Direccin General
de esta institucin que los a-
caparadores han paralizado la
venta de este producto, con el
condenable propsito de colo-
carlo a precios exhorbltantes
una vez terminada la existencia
del Banco de Veraguas. Este
problema ha surgido con motivo
de que en el pas la produccin
fu Insuficiente a pesar de que
Ms de 40.000 qq. de arroz
estn acaparado ahora en
i
la Provincia de Veraguas
a*
As lo declara el Agente del Banco en esa Provincia,
seor Ariatides Urea
en Veraguas, alcanz una alta. hasta tanto llegue la cosecha,
cifra y el criterio del agente; Sigui informndonos el se-
Urefla e el de que el Banco de- or -Urea que en Veraguas el
be importar arroz del exterior Banco no ha, comprado grandes
en una cantidad suficiente I cantidades de arroz, porque el
criterio de este es el de esta-
blecer precios n favor del pro-
ductor v no l de competir con
los compradores; prueba de ello,
la encontramos en el hecho d
que n esta provincia y por pri-
mera vez se ha pagado est
producto a un precio d. seis
balboas veinte el quintal.
NORMAS
"Lee CorrespomealH delira,
uins i la mto desapasiona
das aeraas pttiedittitaa. Uefcei
enviar al peridico lee asunte
y noticias mal interesantes su
afecten a la comunidad Ea afe
atlato te trata de ana part
nidad para haeor determinada
"mnses poltica*.
Metamorfosis completa del trsalo y su control en los trpicos
1__Pupa o crislida v mosca adulta del Trsalo.
IMoscas le Trsalo depositando snt huevos obre la piel de
l los animales ? sobre los Bejucos de los matorrales.
I.Despus de cuatro o cinco dis las larvas o gusanos comienzan
e salir de les huevos y se introducen baje la piel le los animales.
Lee gusanos de los huevos puestos en los matorrales se pegan a
las reses al pasar stas.
Habr baile hoy pro-jira mdica
Experiencias del
seor H. Gnaegi,
del Dtto. de Nata
lie aqu una sntesis grilc
del cielo evolutivo del Torsa'o
en;ermedad que est azotando
la ganadera en toda la Rep-
blica, y Que, sobre todo en la
provincia de Chlrlqui, ha cau-
sado ingentes prdidas a los ga-
naderos.
1 present* ciclo ha sido he-
cho de acuerdo con las expe-
rt e n c i a s del Seor Hernn
Gnaegi. ganadero del Distrito
de Nata.
Ei seor Onaegl ha hecho Us
-ip..entes observaciones para
combatir la temible enfemedaa:
1 Hay que baar el ga-
nado cada diez das con ba.os
de garrapatleidas o con bombas
ocladoras. Como Insecticidas se
pueden usar Garrapatleidas v,oo
par. Gamatox. Rotenone o DD.
T. Con el bao se suyentan lu-:
morcas y se destruyen los h'.e-
vos y gusanitoi antes ,dl que
s .ntroduzcaii baj l cuco,
en dnde quedan escondidos y
protegidos-
2. Al mismo tiempo s su-
can los gusanos, estripndoms
uno por uno.
s. A los gusanos que no es-
tn Maduros para ecaflos y es
tiliiarlos s Junta la pasta gu
sai.ol coopr que destruye lus
gusanos y los Mace salir.
l. Vigilar el ganado vecino
e instruir al dueo para que- u-
rompae n la lucha contra el
Talo.
Como saben nuestros lector!,
esta enfermedad, conocida tir.
bJn con enfermedad del Gusa-
no de Monte, ha causado ll
nuestro pals estragos de |ran-
do proporciones y est a;~-
ta-.-.do precisamente la espina
dorsal d nuestra economa, co-
mo es la ganadera nacional.
La Voz del Interior, con el
fin d cooperar n la lucha xn
V esta enfermedad no ha va-
cilado un momento en publicar
1 anterior Informacin, con ob-
jeto d qu todos los aanade.-'
d l Repblica te unan a 1*
lucha contra sta temible pac-
ga que da a dia se extiende n
nuevas regiones.
4.Larvas o gusanos desarrollndose balo la piel de los animales
(de cuatro a seis semanas).
5.Gusartos ya maduros o desarrollados en el momento en que se
disponen abandonar la piel de las reses para introducirse en la
tierra donde se convierten en Pupa o Crislida (de treinta, a
cuarenta das sale la mosca adulta).
aattatthf*'
MUNDO ENTERO
DIJDl SCOCIA
HASTA TODAS LAS
tioMii ees mundo i
Hoy, en los Salones de la
Co:' federacin de Asocleda^es
Cvicas Interioranas, con el fm
HMlvemr la Jira Mdico A-
alstehclal que con tantas di-
euKades se viene desarrollando
en la Prov. de Herrera, se t.e-
vai a cabo en las horas dt la
noche, un suntuoso baile.
e ser amenizado con una
Meet* msica intercalada cm
aires tpicos que llenar de a-
legria y entusiasmo Un buen
grupo de damltas representati-
vas de ambas provincias hartri
Sonoche de atenciones a los a
tlstcntee. Se han repartido iiU-
me.osat invitaciones entre el c-
leinento santefto y herrerano.
Mor los propsitos que se per-
siguen, se confia que habr r-s-
p.uuo unnime a este acto.
Dolores d Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
a eu.ro humas m 8*nar 4*1
cm d clao y etspardlcioa Tn-
iioki d la aaatT*, por mdlo da lo
nutr milln* i diminuto tubo o
nitro d lo nSone. SI to Teneno
d loa rlflonM e la vcjls* lo hcti
ufrlr con UvantaSae nocturna, ner-
viosidad, dolor d plrn. o)raa,
lumbago, dolor d la* coyuntura.
Jipa V>f dTMufc
Dttthajjee aVl %4 Meo t las
on.not en la r.cta medica llamada
Cyataa, un lurtleo MtltVi-
Unt 4> rlflon! t paliativo ttra
U IrritaItn funrUntl d. la T*jl|a *
vas urlnarl n tetado I aojan
OrttM tautfactr t u.t.d Bttspim-
nunt y ra la mMlclna qu nattd
aotta. Pida Cytta hoy ralams
n au fr-
marla fa-
vorita.
CONCIERTO
El Ministerio de Gobierno
presenta la Banda llepubllcana
en un concierto qu se efec-
tuar el prximo domingo 6 de
mayo a las 8 p.m. n el par-
que de la Independencia.
PROGRAMA:
Paso Doble: El Guardia To-
rero Ucteas.
Obertura: Del Preischuttz
Weber.
Zarzuela: Bohemios Vives.
Poema: Una Noche en Toledo
Camareno.
8erenata: Cdiz Albenlz.
Danzn: Almendra Valds.
El director,
Eduardo Charaentier H.
llama o El Panam Amrica?
- - - - ~.i i
2-0740
toalta. Pida Cyatax h.
..Cystex
BANCO NACIONAL DE PANAMA
. Fundado a 1904
DEPOSITARIO OFICIAL DE LA REPBLICA DE PANAMA
Direccin Telegrfica: ANCNAl
Apartado Nmero 717 Panama
Telfonos: -H 2-0Ml, t-IMt. I-IMI 2-9924. Panam
Afenciat in loe tiguientet lufareei
AGUADULCE. ALMIRANTE. BOCAS DEL TORO. CHITRE,
COLON. CONCEPCIN. DAVID. OCU, PENONOME,
PUERTO ARMUELLES. SANTIAGO Y LAS TABLAS.
Corresponsala en III principales plisas dil Exterior.
Est en condiciones de prestar toda oase da
eo'-Viiioe liname.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
-
HORIZONTALES:
1Nmero. "
4Tiene valor.
9Alero.
12Adverbio de modo.
13Fruta tropical.
14Existir.
16Pide.
17Algas filamentosa!.
18Distradas.
19Cabellos largos.
21Escasos, limitados.
23Estilo, costumbre.
24Extremidad de las aves.
25Que trabaja en los barcos.
29Tercer hijo de Adn y Uva.
10Crcel o presidio.
31Xilfono, Abv.
22Acomodaciones.
24Relato fabuloso o heroico.
35Semilla aromtica.
36Machucar.
37Tamiz, Inv.
40Roedor.
41Se apodere de lo ajeno.
42Contrarios a la ley.
48Ciudad de los Estados
Unidos, Inv.
47Puro, sin mezcla.
48Demostrativo.
49Pieza principal de las casas,
30Personas que educan niftos.
3iBaile tpico cubano.
VRTICALBi:
1Entregas.
. *niiqH
acido silcico,
xiimalts vacunos.
5Semilla aromtica.
8Personaje bblico.
7Haces el amor.
8Del verbo asolar.
De poca Importancia.
10Del verbo arar.
nDel verbo rasar.
18Distrados.
20Concejal.
21Uva seca.
22Del verbo celar, Inv.
23Extremidades de ciertos
animales.
28Medicamento.
28 Del verbo exigir.
27Nombre de mujer.
28Sensacin del Olfato.
30Coloca, sita.
33Substancia dura y compac-
ta de los rboles.
34rbol pequeo.
38Sacerdotes zorottrieos.
37Palo de la baraja espaola
38Regln.
31Hijo de Adn y Eva.
40Desafio.
43Mandato, disposicin legal
44Demostrativo.
49Apcope de santo.
< * f !! ^ .
Wtt* tltt'MiV n* Aft*
Wl'llJ 'JU'J tl'J'JU
LlbUl'JUfcl'JbJ Ll'JM'j
MUl IrJUIJUrf UJHt H-J
mira inin'j
n'rjiv.in fianiii
Hijur-i LlUPJU'.li-lMa
LilLits] ULILIOIQ jua
"'i'ihh ana
urjuanfiHRiHfirjnpi
EL "AVISO OPORTUNOn
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO

Salud con
SAL HEPTICA!
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por l Ettado.
Paga 2% de interi anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Ifectoamtt operaciones de prstame con garantiat de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales di I/.0.2S; B/.0.50; .1.00
y B/.S.00, por un perodo de cuirintiooho (4t)
seminal.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central semina coa Calle "I"
Oficinas en Colon: Calle del Frente eetjohia con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
t a.m. i 12:30 p.m. Sbidot: t l.m. a 12 m.
. 0. A. De R0UX,
Alatlalttraler.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.
Snb- Administrador.
Sucursal ea Colea


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SBADO, MATO S, 1931
CL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
aaiaaaaa ' 'i
gua cristalina y ras tipleas
"vias" y "piazzas" lo que sirve
de maravilloso y Autntico es-
cenario a la romntica historia
de "Sinfona otoal". aples v
las islas que la rodean con toda
su fascinante belleza: Caprl. el
refugio paradisiaco de los lti-
mos aos de Tiberio y el impon-
derable panorama de la ''Ciudad
de las flores". Florencia, pres-
Iiiformea para esta leccin se reciben en la
Redaccin Jjociai
Tekf.no a-Sltt
laccQn ^Docia
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HURAS: l:M a !:# a.aa.
Apartado 134
Jueces da Cartas y ti
Las Seoras Rlt* de Duran 7
Ur.ula de Ventura orecMon fc-
yer un Juago de cartas y te ta
el club de golf, para desped'i
a la Ira. Fanny J. de Duian
coa motivo de su prximo viaje.
Cocktail bailable ea El Pansm4
A partir de maana, todos los
domingos el hotel El Panam
tendr en El Patio un cocJtUU
bailable por la orquesta de Ken
Deianey desde las 4 o.m. hasta
reas 9 p.m. De las siete a Irs
nueve de 1 noCne se servir un
buffet. .
Cambio de residencia
Z' 8r. Juvenal Caatrelln y
Bra. Marta B. de Caatrelln aau
trasladado su residencia a !a
Avenida Mxico No. 3 en done
a- ponen a las rdenes de su*
f.mlstades.
0&h
COMEZN
.....
La comeson del Cuta
M aplaca inmedia-
tamente con el
JASN Y UNGENTO
BLANCO r NEGRO
Para Sor Amrica
despedimos al Sftor Jos Al-
varado Snchez, Segundo se-
cretarlo de (a Embajada del
Per, quien sigui hoy para
Lina en la Compaa peruana
de Aviacin Loa Andes.
Despus de haber pasado ta-
llo; das en nuestra capltJ,
coatlnu ayer su viaje ha :1a
Chile la'seora Llly de Mltc.el
La despedimos.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente al
Dr Fran Raymond y Sra. Ai-
leen de Raymond quienes si-
guen hoy para Nueva York por
u. via area.
t-igue hoy para Miami en Jo.v
de pasar una temporada a
Sra. Marlcusa de Fbrega. Oa-
lo paseo la deseamos.
De Centre Amrica,
Saludamos atentamente a 8
E. el Ministro de China, Dr.
Cheng Chen-Yu, quien regres
hoy de Nicaragua por la via
atea.
MISA DE REQUIEM
Se dir el Lunes, 1 de Mayo, en la Santa Iglesia de
San Jos, a Its f:M a.m., per el eterno descanse de
JOS FERNANDEZ V.
Su esposa. Elisa E, vda. de Pernndes, e hijo, agra-
decern a eos amistades la asistencia a este' acto
piadoso.
Panam, 5 de Maye de 1M1.
I
HAY 21 CIASES DI SOPAS CAMPBELL'S
I 'llfl l/i l [lOllIlft '""

AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
pata Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortifkantss
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
En todo el muado lot nios prefieren les
Hojuelasde Aena 3-Minuioa Vea asom-
brojo lo mucho que s elloi let iuih su
sabor. Srvalas y vari.
Lutgo srvase mitd iambi un pisto
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
e vena, maduradas al sol y da rico sabor
t nes, *m tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirvi usted maflsn a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Mlnutoa
*-el miniar univarialmnia preferido
para al dasayuno.

fecfoucc 44,t tauteo*/
HE AQU LOS CUATRO ASES !
EL JUEGO DECOMEDOS QUE HA
HECHO. SENSACIN/ EN PANAMA !
V6ALO HOY MISAAO EN LA
,MJliBtERlfl
De les Estados mides
Presentamos un cordial sa-
ludo de bienvenida al 8r- Ma-
nuel Caldern y seora Connie
d Caldern y sus nios qui-
nes regresaron de una tmpotn-
da pasada en Atlanta, Georgia.
De Chlriajui
Leipus de haber pasado la
temporada de verano en Boque-
te, se encuentran de nuevo wts
la capital el Dr. Joaqun Arias
y oa. Abigail A. de Arlas, y su
hlj- la Srta. Leila Gloria Arts
Bautieo
i u.i el nombre de Carlos C-
dutrdo fu bautizado en la 1-
leia de Cristo Rey, el nuV.
lleyado recientemente al nogai
del Seor Joseph Maher y rira
Gurlela B. de Ma'ner. Fueron
sus padrinos la Seorita Juila
Cena Barrios y el seor Ral
Roberto Estrippeauf Mui.m
felicidades le deseamos al nue-
vo cristiano.
Enfermes ,
Tronto restablecimiento le o>-
sea.ns s la Sra< Leonila Z. de
Quizado, quien se encuentra in-
cluida en el hospital Panama.
Guarda cama en la Clnica
San femando S. I. el Mintro
de Hacienda y Tesoro, seor
Rodolfo Herbruger. Pronta me-
jora le deseamos.
Cumpleaos de hoy........
Ttt Julio Alemn
Seor Richard Bllonlk
Nia Blanca Isabel Maa
Hio Alfredo Ocafta Jr.
Nio Guillermo Villegas Arles
Nio Manuel Felipe Roii-
a iv i. Jr.
Nino Rolando Genaro Lpez f i-
br ga
Cumpleaos de maana
Sta. Gloria F. de 8t Malo
bta. isabei V. de Dameror.
Sra. Amlnta S. de Brin
Ei'. Eduardo Arlas Velasquez
Sr Ricardo Maduro
N;a Mara del Carmen ar-
ga..o
Programa de la Compaa de
Lope de Vega, ea el Teatro Na-
cional
Sbado: Celos del Aire, Co-
m.ia de humor de Jos Lpez
Ku'uio
Domingo 6: Amores y Amo-
ros, comedia de Serafn y Joa-
qun Alvarez Quintero
Lunes 7; Don Juan Tenorio,
drama de don Jos Zorrilla
Martes I; SI Nio Ajeno, co-
media de don Jacinto Bcna-
ViUe.
Mircoles 9; La Vida es Su-
flo de don redro Caldern de
la Barca
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras ms cordiales con-
gratulaciones para el seor Bfi-
genio Tapia y su seora esposa
doa Margarita Q. de Tapia quie-
nes celebran hoy su dcimo texto
i^rssrlcjeinaUMrnonln
tan un clim incomparable a ese
relato de Fritz Rotter con guin
clnmatofrtlco d Robert The
ren.
Adema* d la pareja central,
actan n "Sinfona Otoal" la
ctrlz de carcter francesa
rancotse Rosy. Jessica Tondy,
Roben Arthur, Llmmv Lydon.
Fortunio Bonnova y Gratia
Narciso.
.M
El "Aviso Oportuno
Es Batato y Efectivo
LLEGAN DELEGADOS DE MIAMI. En la ma
la delegacin de la Cmara de Comercio de M
Comercio de la* Americas que ae celebrar en
aaju en el Aeropuerto de Tocumen de izquierda
Cmara de Panam: don Gustavo Velarde, de
tae i, de la Cmara de Comercio de Miami;
mar de las Americas y don Humberto Leicna
resto de la delegacin de Miami es esperado m
comentarn el Martes aqu.
drujrada de hoy Head el primer contingente de
lami a la Primera Reunin de la Cmara de
esta ciudad en la prxima semana. Aparecen
a derecha, Don Pablo Abad. Secretario de la
la Cmara de Comercio de Colon: don Alfredo
don J. Kennard Johnson, Presidente de la C-
dler, de la Cmara de Comercio de Coln. El
anana. Las sesiones de esta magna convencin
En "Sinfona Otoal" Joseph
Cotten y J. Fontaine logran
destacadas interpretaciones
VOLUNTARIA.La seorita que
aparece en la foto pone todo su
empeo en la confeccin de una
bandera de la Crus Roja, despus
de haberse ofrecido para el car-
io.
DISCOS
45
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
Ave, Central 68
\Doloresd.Almorrana
SI tlan* almorranas qua eaaaaa
niMOn, hemorragia, almorrana ta.
sarnas o externas, na etfrav an da, mu
ein probar ai chlnarold. En pocos mlnu-
* ft'l,""re'0 principia a combatir
l. calma el atolr r la eomezQn 1. Aru-
Sariamaoa. i. Arada a ciaatriaAr lae>
?ranaa Irritada* Solicita J
Amaran aa mi beUe hor miaga
Cuando el productor Hal Wal-
lis se dispuso a rodar el romn-
tico drama del sello Paramount
"Sinfona Otoal" (September
Affair), que se exhibe en el
(nombre del teatro), con la en-
cantadora Joan Fontaine y
Joseph Cotten en las caracteri-
zaciones estelares, eligi Italia,
la tierra del arte, para dar au-
tenticidad a los exteriores. A-
compaado de un fotgrafo es-
pecializado aue habla vivido mu-!
chos aos en Roma, logr im-1
presionar en el celuloide belli-
simos panoramas de la Ciudad
Eterna, lugares y monumentos
QUO en s encierran miles de a-
os de su historia.
Ningn escenario ni fondo ms
adecuado e Impresionante pudo
hallar el director William me-
terle para ambientar, pleno de
romanticismo, el magnifico film .
Sinfona Otoal". Desde la im-
ponente catedral de San Pedro,
corazn mismo del mundo cris-
tiano, hasta la torre donde Ne-
rn taia la lira mientras arda
Roma; el Coliseo, el viejo Faro
Romano, visin de templos y
monumentos del pasado estimu-
lando la imaginacin; la Villa
Borghese con sus tesoros de ar-
te: la bellsima fuente de la
Piazza Esedra y contrastando
con la Va Apia, primera carre-
tera del mundo, la parte cntri-
ca v moderna de Roma con sus
bulliciosas calles y avenidas lle-
nas de vehculos con caracters-
ticas propias de gran ciudad de
nuestra poca. Se estrenar en
el Teatro Central a partir del
Jueves 10.
Y no es slo Roma con sus
"fontanas" desbordantes de a-
TEATRO NACIONAL
Compaa "LOPE DE VEGA"
Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1MT-1MI
PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premie Naelessal de interpretacin 1941
eon
Conchita MONTUANO Alfonso MUftOZ
y Pilar BIENERT
Director: JOSE TAMAYO
HOY, SBADO 5 DE MAYO
8:30 p.m. TERCERA DE ABONO
"CELOS DEL AIRE"
de Jos Lopez Rubio
Comedia de humor, en 3 actos!
El xito ms reciente del teatro espaol.
MAANA DOMINGO - Matine* 4:30 P.m.
"TELO"
La mxima creacin de Carlos Lemos.
NOCHE: 1:30 p.m. FUERA DE ABONO
"AMORES Y AMOROS"
de los Hermanos Alvarez Quintero
PRECIOS:
Luneta, Anfiteatro y Palco. .... 2.50
Galera.................. 1.00
SEIS NICOS DAS DE ACTUACIN
NOCTURNAS
Ka tajan frotando 1 coa-
y pecho con este un-,
gaknto vaporiaant*. Una
aplicacin al acostarse
VlCK
VapoRub
AVE.CENTRAL v CALLE 21 E.-l ?TELS. 2-181
r 2-16]
Imparta Fulgor y Lozana
A Sus Labios
Lpices labiales, en
seis tonos- Crema
colorete an los
mismos tonos.
Cosmtico para las
pestaas, en tres
ti I A >' I A H i The Chase National Bank
of the Crty of Now York
Total de recursos: ms de B/. 58390009000M
-.
Transacciones Banca ras en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN BALIOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Sos Esp+cUdiiamo$ en el finaneimieno de
importacin y Exportaciones

MELOCOTONES
BIRDS EYE
lTan dulces come
la miel!
Sirva estos riqusimos meloco-
tones, que vienen ya picados y
endulzados, con gallelitas dul-
ces, o bien pngalos entre dos
capas de bizcocho y adrnelos
con crema batida.
Son un verdadero deleita del
paladar, como todo alimento
congelado que lleva la marca
Sirds Ey. Prubelos hoy mismo.
CURSO ESCOLAR 1951-1952
SERVICIO CONTINENTAL (Antonio Satet): Con motiv
de la apertura del Curso Escolar, saludamos y nos ponemos
atentamente a las ordene* de los Comerciantes y Rantelo*
d* Educacin, informndoles que en nuestro almacn pue-
den hallar cuanto noceaiton para tener el mejor aurtido de
tiles escolares.
SERVICIO CONTINENTAL (Antonio Batot): Pono-
moa a la disposicin de les Comerciantes y Planteles
do Educacin do toda la Repblica, la ma completa
ta do libros do estudios y obra* de texto, para todo*
los grados ds la Primaria, Secundaria, Bachillerato,
Escuelas Especiales y Universidad.
Vendemos a los ms bajos precios, porque nos espe-
cializamos en e*te ramo y nos abastecemos directa-
mente de Fbricas y Editoraa, vendiendo solamente al
Por Miyor y NO COMPITIENDO CON NUESTROS
FAVORECEDORES.
Vistanos o llmsnos por nuestro telfono 3 -32 50
y gustosamente nuestro vendedor I* hari una vierta.
Ordene todos los libros, cuadernos
y dems material escolar al:
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Calle 30 Este, No. 21, Psasn. .
ieleoso 3-3250 Apartado 137S
Tenemos todos los Textos, Diccionarioa. Atlas, Auxiliares do la Literatura y todo cuanto
necesite, proporcionndole el beneficie* de ahorrar tiempo y dinero, puoftto que no tendr
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SE VENDE: Propiedad" da buenas
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Acras.. consista an Cuotre Apor-
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rasponsable; Tah Posay, Balboo
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Ofrecemos CHALET d 2 racimaros
con 2 bonos y ISCINA, a precio
y condiciones de pago nunca vis-
to. B.10,500.00. Wolff y Co.
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Acbame de recib, cemento' blonco.
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contra calor. Co Cufeidk) Gonti-
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Domeslleot

SE NECESITA:Cocinara competan-
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Preguntar Bodega La Luz. -'
SE. NECESITA:^-Caragera con rs-
"ponsooilidod y experiencia. Dor-
mir en el trabajo. Ave. Per No. 28
Apto. 8/ ,
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cios domsticos. Buen sueldo, Ave.
Chita Nc. ,16, Tel. 3-2894.
SE "NECESITA-Empleada pora cui-
dar dos nios, oficios domsticos.
Cotle 50 No. 18, apartamento 4.
arriba. Bella Vista.
SE VENDE:Solomo aerea 'Tefe-
*." ot 15 lbs. < c.Mcie.c. cali
aaeva. precia o reatara. Akarra-
\*erla "Niae" Avenida Aneen Ne.
13.__________________
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Telfono 3 2163. 2-2581. Men-
dez.____________,
SE VENDE:Trompeta y clarinete
fabricados per Slmer, Paris. Pre-
cio razonable. Acudo calle Jerni-
mo de lo Osso (Calle El Roncho) SE VENDE:Corro Chevrolet 47 en
Ofrecemos FACILIDADES DE PAGO
al comprador de la moderna, c-
moda y elegante fesidencio de 6
reoimoras situada en AVENIDA
JUSTO AROSIMEN NO. 53. Pu-
ra informes e inspeccin: Wolff
-y Co. Ltdo., Celia 5.. 22, Tel.
2-2388. ,___________
SE 'VENDE: Establecimiento,' por
movo de vioje. precio mdico,
pora el interesado. Calle "'13 Este
No. M (Salsipuodes). '
T

SE VENDE
Auloinvile*
casa 10. Apto 10.
SE VENDEN:Varios gallineros Que
contienen mucho zinc, modero.
' alambre y tubera de agua. Precio |
de ganga o la persono interesada.
Pregunta en el Ferry por el ga- {
Minero-'de Tony o llmelo al Tel.
Balboo 3012.________________
SE VENDE: Mee.!** pttHtmU |
4t pe- Equipe completa y en-
teramente maerna. Para mi in- i
armes llama al Tal. 2-320*.
Antala Amata. ____
SE VENDEN:Cuno y estante de ni- ,
o: Precio de gango. Calle 31 No. I
24. I
I
inmejorables condiciones, con llan-
tas nuevas, tubos imponehobles.
radio. Precio B.775.00. Por moti-
vo de compra de automvil nuevo.
Informes: La Importadora Selecta.
Telfono 2-I483. Calle H No.
51. ________________|
SE VENDE:Cadllloc 1949, Sedan
No. 62, color gris, recorrido 27,-
C00 millas, hydramottc, radio-.
Montos blancas, asientos con co-
bertores. Dirigirse' a Ave. Centrol
. No, .163', Tel. 2-2638,
ES NECESITA:Empleado. Calle 48
No. 14. Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ser-
vicio generol de casa. Libre deide
las 6:50. Podr dormir en el em-
pleo. Presentorse calle 32 *Este No.
27.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:-r-Aportomentos de 2
recmaras, sala, comedor, B.60 y
B.65. Cali* 25 Esta y Avenida
Cuba. Apto. 13. Horas de oticine.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Moderno aportamen-'
to de dos recmaras, situado en
Vio Belsono Porras No. 149. lla-
me telfono 3-1618. Precio $70.-
00.
SE ALQUILA: _- Apartamento tres
recamaras. Calle Ricardo Arios No.
8 (Campo Alegre). Infrmese en
los bajos. |
SE .ALQUILA:Recmara amoblada '
con pequeo comedor y cocina,
completamente independiente. Ca-
lle 45 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con ex-
periencia como carguera paro
cuidar dos niitas. Compo Alegre,
Ave. Manuel Icoza 18. .
SE NECESITA:Empleada recomen-
dada para lavandera y ayudar
aseo. Tiene que dormir en el em-
pleo. Casa Concreto frente astocin
ferocarril, Mont Hope.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento inde-
pendiente dr dos recmaros, en
Son Francisco 102-A, 8.60.00.
Llame 2-3318. "
SE ALQUILA: * /portamento sola,
comedor, recmara y garage. Ca-
lla 46 No. 27. Infrmese la mis-
ma cata.opartamento 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con ex-
periencia para servicio da case.
Poro medio diot mensuol B.15,
Traigo referencias. Central 47,
Apartamento 34.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera y lavan-
dera en'calle lo. No. 13/
SE COMPRA
Automviles
SE VENDE:Cochorros de perro po- jr; COMPRA:Corro panel para re-
porto, pequeo y borato. ."Llame al
TeJ.,'2-3,102. y ' '
licio Belga'. Informes Comisaria-
to El Coco, Vio Porras No. 184,
San Francisco.______________
SE VENDE:Mesa grande madera,
14 pies por 5, para toller, eba-
msteria, sostreria. colchonera, ta-
picerio. B.35.00. Patterson, 36
Este No. 1 1.____________________
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cerca Avenida Central con vitri-
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Sastrera Cir'o's Calle 16 Este No.
6.____________________
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Telfono 3-0771, Panam. .
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bicicleta de nio, americano y
otros artculos, de caso. 9085,
Apto. 3. Avenida Roosevelt entre
calles 9-10. Tel. 594-L. Coln.
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equipado para pasca, nuevas con-
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sa 752-C, Carretera Balboa.
SE ALQUILA
Lenle______
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moon ar> Almacena 5 v 10 con-
tuve*.
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biente fo- SE ALQUILA:-r-Local apropiado po-
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pilos pora depsitos u oficinas en
planta bd|a, con occeso directo de
la calle Carlos A. Mendoza. Lla-
me 2-3437 entre 10:30 y 1<30
o despus de los 4.
tes y persones decentes. Calle 9a. ]SE ALQUILA: ^Poro r<*ncia
Ave. Centrol No. 9.. 2o. alto,
el. 3-1451 o 3-4228.
O
oficinas planta baja, casa No. I3
Calle la. Consta dos recmaras, sa-
lo, comedor. Ocurra all mismo.
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Vigilancia permanente
eocorarlos, dado el corto tiempo
*ue queda para la apertura de 5E C0MPRA:Modero usada para
la misma.
Se recuerda a todos que el da j
S el Comit tendr que disponer
de los pabellones y puestos que .
no hayan sido pagados y en log
que no haya empezado la cons-
truccin, para entregarlos a
otros peticionarlos.
piso, oferto o
Vio Parras No.
Mueblera Tun.
130. Tel. 3-2070
PERDIDO
El Comit Organizador de la
Perla ha acordado designar el
da 14 de Mayo como "Dia de
las Escuelas". Con dicho objeto
K ha expedido a las autori-
dades de Educacin y a los Di-
rectores de establecimientos
Docente invitaciones especiales.
En dicho dia el Comit Orga-
nizador de la Feria cuidar ex-
AVISO
Notifico al pblico para los
fines legales y al comercio en
general que por Escritura P-
blica No. 88 de 30 de abril de
1951. de la Notara Primera
del Circuito, he comprado a
ERNESTO LAM MENDOZA el
establecimiento denominado
ABARROTERIA ERNESTO. U-
blcado en el mercado pblico,
Federico Long- Loo
Coln 3 de mayo de 1951.
PERDIDA:En lo noche del mirco-
les 2 del actual en una de los
bancas de la Iglesia de Cristo Rey
una cartero negra conteniendo al-
gunas prendas, un Hovero y do-
cumentos de volor. Por fovor de-
vulvala en cudlquier momento
dentro da la Iglesia. Io documen
tos y el llavero, los prendas qu;
dase con ellas, como gratificacin.
Dios ver esto con agrado y no
sorras tambin.'
PERDIDO: Diploma Colegio Nes
tro Seora ele Los Angeles. Llamar
Cecilia Ureta, Tel. 2-3188 o 2-
4187. Grotificocin.
peclalmente de organizar una
serie de actividades educativas
aparte de aquellas con que ya
cuenta.
SE'NECESITA: CAJERA
COMPETENTE. Espaol-
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BAZAR FRANCES Coln.
SE .NECESITA:Buena cocinero. A-
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to 2.
SE NECESITA;Empleada paro ser-
vTo de' coso con referencias.
Buen sueldo. Ave. Cuba .58 apar-
tamento 6.
SE NECESITA:Empleada en calle
Estudiante No. 75, Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA , Embeodo que no
duerma en colocacin, calle 30 Es-
ta 21 esquina Justo Arosemena
Apto. I atrs.
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General
SE NECESITAN: Costureros ex-
pertos en guAyabenos. Bozar A-
mericano, Avenida Central No. 25.
Panam.
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo v comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias, (tozar Americano, Central
No. 25. Rename.
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ba en espaol e ingles, para traba-
jar en la mOono solamente. 0-
curro calle B No. II.
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para el oseo. etc. con referencias.
Presentarte. Mercodo Modelo, Jus-
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SE NECESITA: Intructores pera
ensear en Instituto da .Artes Me-
cnieas. Diviso. Uno c/u en in-
gls; Oericias; como son aplicadas
en los oficio mecnicos; plomera
y ortes del .hogor como cermica,
tejer alfombras, talabartera, talla-
do en madera, cuadre decorativos.
Los aspirantes do plomen y oficios
deben tener codo uno por to me-
nos 7 aos de experiencia prcti-
co trobajond en sus respectivos
oficios. Ocurro Servicio Coopera-
t'vo Inieromaricono de Educacin.
Segundo piso. Vio Espaa No. 1.
SE ALQUILA:^Apartamento de dos
recmaras, solo, comedor, cocina,
cuarto servicio, 2 baos y porch,
situado.en Ave. N. Obarrio No. 9.
Precio B.85.00. Paro informes
Homar telfono 3-3195.
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COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
Prevalece la calma
eos comunistas en la tierra de
nadie, con excepcin del oeste.
All, dos regimientos rojos se
l-encontraban atrincherados de-
tras de un campo de minas,
obligando a los aliados a re-
troceder.
Los comunistas le permitie-
ron a otraa patrullas avanzar
'hacia Uijongbu, el Valle de
Pukhan y las montaas al Es-
te de Chunchon sin ofrecer o~
posicln.
Una fuerza blindada que en-
tr en Uijongbu por tercer dia
consecutivo to, encontr tropas
rojas algunas en la ciudad, pe-
ro en Tos cerros al Oeste y
sur-este de la ciudad fue reci-
bida a tiros.
En el frente oriental, el ata-
que surcoreano fue detenido
por la tenaz, resistencia nor-
coreana en las altas montaas
al Este y sureste de Inje a cin-
co millas al Norte del Paralelo
38.
Solamente se divisaron 65 ve-
hculos comunistas durante el
transporte de abastecimientos
desde Manchuria a travs de
Corea del Norte hacia el fren-
te. Los aviones aliados logra-
ron destruir once vehculos, a
pesar de la lluvia y las densas
nubes.
Las patrullas de las Waciones
Unidas, apoyadas por tanques,
encontraron una tenaz resis-
tencia al Norte de Sel. La co-
lumna de tanques penetr en
medio del fuego de armas li-
geras de unos 2,00 comunis-
tas.
Todo parece Indicar que el
regimiento comunista est sir-
viendo de pantalla para los
Sreparativos de los rojos para
a reanudacin de su ofensiva
de primavera. La primera fa-
se de esta ofensiva, la cual ter-
min la semana pasada, le cos-
t a los rojos 70 mil hombres.
SE ALQUILA; Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
Coda uno, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleada, instoladn agua calien- J
te. en buena vecindad Bella Vista,,
Celle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4. Telto-
no 3-0815.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo^opartamento, i
3 cuartos frondes y patio. Calle
12 Oeste No. 39. Precio B.55. In-
formes telfono 2-3453.
Para estudiantes Universitarios, apar-
tamento de dos recmoras amo-
blado, fronte Universidad Nacional.
B.80.00. Telfono 3-1070, sin
muebles. B.65.00.
SE ALQUILA: Dos apartamentos
modernos, sala, comedor, dos te-
cmaras, cocina, cuarto empleada,
B.90.00. Calle 40 No. 13, tel-
fono 3-2087
SE 'ALQUILA:--------Apartamento una
recmoro. Calle 52 No. 18. Infor-
me Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento en ca-
sa No. 1. Ave. Nicanor A. de
Charro. Informes Via Espaa 1 12
telfono 3-1716 y 2-1681 Pano-
n). .
SE ALQUILA
Casaa
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completamente amoblado, en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de 1.
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recmaras con dos baos, 2 ho-
b.rociones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocina
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sola, oficina; garage y
' dos terrazas, situoda entre Poitilla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un oo o m tiempo y es-
lora listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
No encontrar mejores Pis-
tolas para pintar o Com-
presores de Aire que los
CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD
pero
al encontrar muchos
que le costarn ms.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Central 279 Te!. S-I14B
Ciudad de Panam
SE NECESITA: Mensajero oven,
con experiencia, debe manejar bi-
cicleto. Ocurro tardes Compaa
F. Icaza. Ave. B. 79.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Gango. Juago come-
dor nuevo. B. 125.00. juego rec-
maro siete piezas, perfectas con-
diciona. Informal Perec 3o. No.
15. Tel. 3-1567.
SE VENDE:Juego de sola, forrado
en cuero, casi nuevo, M 10.00.
Calle 32 No. 33.________________
SE VENDE:Bonita como turca con
mognifico colchn. muy borato.
Valo colla 45 No. 19.

DE OCASIN! Por motivo vioje
vende mobiliario compuesto de so-
la, comedor, dormitorio y cocino,
tombian corro Studeboker Chom-
p.on 1948. todo en perfecto con-
diciones. Ver calle 37 No. 25 ef-
to. Tef. 3-1203.
SE VENDEN:Muebles de todo do-
ta y una estufo da. 4 fogones,
muy
borat. Leme Tel. 3-2633.
SE VND:Refrigerodofo Kelvinot-
or- 9 pies, borato. Calle Domingo
Diaz. No. 2. cito,.ARto. 5.
SE VENDE:Radio-Fongrafo y dis-
co, escritorio pequeo, -radio SU
vertone, divn plstico, forro de
gabinete pera tinos de lavor. me-
cedora. ba<-rdoro Kenmore. Enter-
price Ploce, 741-C. Balboa.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 3 recmaras
en calle 9o. No. 32. Son Francis-
co. Lime tel. 3-2633.__________
SE ALQUILA:Chalet, dps recma-
ras, salo-comedor, estudio, Aveni-
da 4a. No. 23, Parque Lefevre.
Tel. 3-0266.
SE ALQUILA:Casita mixto, cinco
recmoras. dos servicios, sala-co-
medor, dos cocinas. Ave. 5o. No.
10, esquina carretera Ponom
Vieio, B.75.00. 2-2346.
SE ALQUILA:Residencia cmodo,
porte de ella puede destinarla co-
rro depsito o mostrario. Precio
sin competencia. Transporte fre-
cuente y telfono. Informes Tel.
3-0471. Apdo. 1045.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet con tolo, co-
medor, 3 recmaras, cocina, porch,
garage, jardn, patio, cuorto de
empleada con servicio, en calle 8o,
7,8049. Dirjase a E. Baln De-
abate 6029, Balboa, Tel. 475-
J. Coln.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto
SE ALQUILA:Pieza de dos cuartos
con luz en lo ciudad. Slo para
matrimonie sir hijos y buenas
costubres. Tel. 2-1039.
SE ALQUILAEn casa familio. cuor-
to amoblado y limpio o uno o dos
cebolleros de buenas costumbres.
Etudionte No. 92. Apto; A.
Alambre de Puerco
y de Gallinero...
Champas...
Coas...
en todos les tamaos.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este #4 Tel. 1-2S0
SE ALQUILAN: Amplios cuortos
frente al mor, servicio sonitario
independiste. Todo comodidod.
Inmediato Estacin Autobuse No.
5 primara escalera. Plazo 2 de
Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblodo en-
trada separada, poro soltero. Calle
del Estudime 73 Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
pora hambre, B 6.00 semanales.
Ave. -Ernesto Lefevre, Porque Le-
fevre, cosa 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto sin mueble.
Informes calle 4a. No. 9 alto*.
HEMOS
RECIBIDO:
* Agujas de tejer
* Copas de vidrio para
Champaa
* Vasos de 6 onzas
* Mamaderas Evenflo.
Almacenes Romero
i Ave. Norte No. 4f
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La mis antigua.
La mis acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SLS ORDENES
Rie Abajo 2154Til LWU
Aleaaren (alie "I" #4
Tel. 2-175
Rusia no podra
dificultades de logstica y a
la necesidad de transportar la
mayor parte de municiones des-
de la Rusia Europea por el vul-
nerable ferrocarril transiberia-
no.
"El Agro-]?ecuario
cias algunos agricultores y co-
merciantes i n e s crupulosos se
dedicaron a acaparar grandes
cantidades de arroz, para espe-
cular con este articulo de pri-
mera necesidad.
Los precios comenzaron a su-
bir eon perjuicio para el con-
sumidor. Ante esta situacin el
Banco Agro-Pecuario e Indus-
trial ee vio obligado a tomar
medidas conducentes a evitar
el alza Inmoderada de los.pre-
MUEBLERA
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ESPEJOS GRUESOS
ESPEJOS DELGADOS
VIDRIOS GRUESOS
VIDRIOS DELGADOS
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Calle l Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-31S1
CELOS DEL AIRE

La Compaa Lope de Vena que est re,aliaando una brillan-
te temporada en el Teatro Nacional estrenara hoy el xito mas
reciente del tatro espaol "CELOS DEL AIRE" de Jos Lopes Ru-
bio, comedia moderna de humor. Varios crticos se han expre-
sado de ella en la siatente forma i
"De arquitectura perfecta es esta original comedia de Lepes
Rubio. Con todas las sugestiones del dialogo, que parece esca-
par continuamente en alusiones infinitas de una imaginacin in-
fatigable, est ceido a la accin, y alcanza a veces una sobrie-
dad emocionante como slo lo maestros de la escena consi-
guen. No hay en Celos del Aire un solo personaje, una, sola
frase trados en momento inoportuno. En esta obra a nuestro
juicio la ms fresca, la ms original de todas las que nos ha
brindado Jos Tamayo v sus compaeros de trabajo, todo tiene
fondo, su intencin, su ambiente. El desarrollo es gil, amen-
simo. El autor sorprende al pblico con sus dilogos, con sus
situaciones, en tal forma y manera eue momento a momento lo
hace estallar en franca carcajada. Con slo siete personajes,
magistralmente manejados, desenvuelve la totalidad de la come-
dia. T a travs de esos personajes expresa todos los sentimien-
tos y todas las emociones, sin una sola oera, sin caer en ana
sola equivocacin.
CELOS DEL AIRE" es una comedia moderna y fina que en-
caja con satisfaccin de espritu, dentro de la primera, primeri-
sima categora". ___________________^^
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B. 9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 39 E. 22
Tel. 3-1713
LAMPARAS
FLUOREtENTES
"Duro-Test"
10,000 horas de garanta.
i\ t alXacV^-RiaC
Tel. 2-2847
cios del arroz. Previo estudio
y consultas con los expertos,
s decidi importer arroz en
pequea cantidades pero sufi-
cientes para obligar a los aca-
paradores que pusieran en ven-
ta sus existencias de este gra-
no a manera de lograr que los
precios de venta al consumidor
bajasen a' un-nivel razonable.
Actualmente el Banco est ven-
diendo el arroz a los minoris-
tas a nueve balboas con cin-
cuenta centesimos (B. 9.50 el
quin1 en. la ciudad de Pa-
nama para que se detalle al
pblico a once centavos B. 0.11)
libra. Adems se han enviado
cantidades suficientes a las a-
genclas de esta institucin en
todo el interior de la Repbli-
ca/aadiendo al precio de nue-
ve balboas con cincuenta cen-
tesimos iB. 9.50) el flete des-
de Panam al lugar de distri-
bucin estableciendo as un pre-
cio tope l detalle en el in-
terior de dooe centavos y me-
dio (B. 0.125'.libra.
El Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial debe vetar por los in-
4ere*ea,.* los, agricultores y a
la ven proteger al consumidor.
Esta Institucin ba; redoblado la
ayuda prestada a los 'agricul-
tores que se dedican al cut-
ttyO de arroz, concediendo A-
dantos' sobre Cosechss. sumi-
nistrando semillas e Implemen-
tos agrcolas a quienes lo soli-
citan. Adems esta Institucin
ha financiado la compra de
tractores, sembradores y cose-
chadoras, las cuales se encuen-
tran prestando servirlos en los
distintos fomentos del interior
de. la Repblica.
El prximo ao el Banco Agro
Pecuario e Industrial garanti-
zar a los agricultores un buen
precio por el arroz que' co-
sechen y comprar todas las!
cantidades que se le ofrezcan, i
Se espera que cada ao el pai|
aumente s'u produccin a ma-
era de que llegue a abastecer j
en su totalidad las necesidades.
d la Repblica y poder expor- i
tar a otros pases. .
Banco Agro-Pecuario e In-
dustrial,
Teodoro Brin,
Sub-Oerente Encargado
de la Gerencia.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Estn* No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Copia urgente
SANTIAGO, mayo 4 de 1961
Brin Agrope
Panam.
Arroz, al menudeo en esta
localidad a doce centavos y me-
dio no se han registrado ca-
sos de especulacin y adems
estamos colocando arroz de ma-
era equitativa a los expende-,
dores. Los acaparadores' y due-
os de plladoras han cesado
operaciones y el rumor segn
he comprobado, es de esperar
que el arroz del Banco Agro-
Pecuario se termine para ellos
entonces subir el producto y
hacer ganancias pinges. En
Veraguas hay por lo menos cua-
renta mil (40.000) quintales de
arroz sin movimiento. Queda
usted enterado del problema y
es "necesario segn mi criterio,
que el Banco importe ms arroz
para evitar el plan de los a-
capa redores.
Respetuosamente.
trena Agrope
Ordenadamente
idente del Chase National Bank
seor J. Edward Healy Jr., de-
clar que tiene el mas alto con-
cepto de la organizacin y fun-
cionamiento de la Caja de Aho-
rros y explic que celebr ano-
che una-larga conferencia con i
el Gerente de Roux, con el ob-
jeto de tomar medidas concretas
para hacerle frente a cualquie-!
ra eventualidad que pudiera
presentarse.
Bl seor Healy Jr., en sus de-
claraciones a la prensa, ayer, ex-
pres, que la Caja de Ahorros
poda contar con la decidida
cooperacin del Chase National'
Bank para que le haga frente
a las demandas de los deposi-
tantes y que si era necesario
movilizarla parte de la cartera
de su banco.
Indic que si fuera del caso,'
se traerla a Panam efectivo.
adicional por la va area.
El Chase Rational Bank, de-,
positario de los Estados Unidos
de Norte Amrica es una de las
ms importantes instituciones
del mundo en su gnero y tiene S
un capital de trescientos tin-,
cuenta y tres millones de d-
lares y recursos por mas de cin-
co mil doscientos ochenta y tres
millones de dlares.
El Presidente de la Cmara
de Comercio e Industrias de Pa-
nam, seor don Federico Hum-
ber declar a la prensa que coi.-
sidera que "el pnico que ha,
habido al rededor de la Caja
de Ahorros es completamente**
in i ii su lleudo, pues se trata o a
una institucin completamente
solvente y que cuenta con re-
cursos suficientes para hacer
trente a todos sus compromisos"
El seor Humber recomend
a los comerciantes "la mayor
calma y cordura y que no se ha-
gan participes de ese pnico" y
expres la confianza de que
pronto el pblico se convence-
ra de que los rumores "que se
haban hecho circular eran
completamente infundados".
Por otra parte, el seor Mi-
clar *f: Un rtJmurtWld'hJ si-"
guente:
Personas interesadas en desa-
cuerdos al 'Gobierno Nacional,
olvidando sus deberes de pana-
menos, han iniciado en el da
de hoy movimientos contra ja
economa del pas, provocanao
entre los depositantes de una qo
las entidades oliciales mas se-
rlas y mejor administradas del
pas: la Caja de Ahorros.
Afortunadamente, la solven-
cia y crdito de dicha Institu-
cin podr registrar victoriosa-
mente la agresin de que.lia *.-
do objeto por parte de eneni.-
gos de la Repolica y atendien-
do punlualmeij** loa compromi-
sos contrados con todos los que
confiaron en ella.
En reunion extraordinaria ce-
lebrada esta tarde, el seor Ge-
rente de la Caja de Ahorros ha
expresado una vez mas a la jun-
ta Directiva, que cuenta con di-
nero suficiente para hacer efec-
tivo los depsitos de todos los
que, lnfluencldos por temores
infundados, acudan a retirar su
haberes.
Confo en que la cordura pre-
valecer en los depositantes, *s^
peclalmente entre los paname-
os patriotas, que se darn per-
fecta cuenta de la finalidad
perseguida por los alarmistas y
respaldarn al Gobierno y a la
Caja.de Ahorros en su esfuerzo
fiara salvar a nuestra Patria de
a ruina a que quieren llevarla
sus enemigos.
Panam, Mayo 4 de 1951.
\
(Fio) Rodolfo F. Herbruger.
Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro.
CITACIN
La Sociedad Cvica de Chrita-
nos, Capitulo de Coln, cita Huf
este medio a todos sus miem-
bros vara una importantes.:.ia
reunin que se celebrar en el
loca! t costumbre a las 5 de la
tarde del dia Domingo 8 de
May.
Se ruega la puntual asisten-
cia de todos los miembros, ya
que :t tratarn asuntos de su-
ma importancia para la sa-
ciedad
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
una magnifica
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pagando slo /DC
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SBADO, MATO S. 151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA Slin
Partidos De Ftbol Baseball y Softball As Como
jM Carreras De Caballos Acaparan La Atencin De Maana
CO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. B.
Eventos Especales De Atletismo
Para Damas Se Celebrar El Da 30
Los eventos especiales para, aos quien entrena el Coach
Dunas en el Concurso Atletlcol Parchtment; Esther Stewart,
que se celebrar en el Campo de uniembro de! vietorloeos equipo
Juinp de La Boca el SO de Mayo i de relevo de 1046 en Barranqui-
serin 59 metros dedicados al lia, Colombia: Adelina Bernard,
Concejal femando Bradley ni- la entusiasta corredora licesta
c prueba clasica de 7 metros
y los 106 metros planos nata c
cual'el Joven deportista Leroy
Fergus ha obsequiado 3 trofeos.
Tomarn parte nuevas figuras
de esta actividad como la jo-
Los eventos pueden
resultar reidos y
muy interesantes
Con Dos Juegos Inicia El Lunes
Su Serie Final El Soft Comercial
Los Tigres Derrotaron a Los
M. Rojas Por 8 Carreras a 4
y la nueva sensacin Dorothea, F
Joseph de Gamboa, Campeona setM Softball y las carreras de
de la escuela Superior de La Bo- CabtUo8 en Juan ,-ranco.
Ayer resolvieron los directores de la Liga Comercial iniciar
la serie final de softball de este circuito el prximo lunes con
. la presentacin de loa castro equipos que se disputarn todos
El atractivo y variado Pro- ;Ios honores en una sola vuelta.
grama deportivo que se otrece- ( a las 7:39 se Iniciar esta serle con el partido entre los equl-
r maana en esta ciudad com- p^ caf Duran vs. Control del Comejn. En el segundo juego se
ca.
Adems tenemos a Gloria Ste-
wart. Esther Alexander, Delia
vencita Charlotte Gooder. de 14 Simmons y Claudette Scales.
La Academia Nal. de Esfrma est laborando
activamente en el adelanto de este deporte
La Academia Nacional de Es-
grima ae encuentra cooperando
activamente en el mejoramiento
de este deporte, y esta Impar-
tiendo instrucciones gratis to-
dos los dias para los deportistas
tanto damas como hombres, que
deseen conocer, aprender, prac-
ticar o mejorar sus conocimien-
tos y habilidades en este ele-
gante deporte.
La Academia dar facilidades
y ayudar a todos los qua de-
seen recibir clases, informando
que ests son completamente
f;ratls, y las inscripciones para
ngresar en la Academia para el
Curso del presente ao se en-
cuentra abiertas, y los interesa-
dos pueden solicitar informes
durante las horas de la tarde
en la Sala de Armas de la Pisci-
na Olmpica, donde el Capitn
Luis Tovar atender cualquier
consulta sobre este asunto.
Se suspendieron los dos partidos del
ftbol menor anunciados para anna.
Los partidos indicados para bato y Amrica vs Alemn e
maana del Campeonato de
ftbol de Segunda Categora de
la Liga Provincial de Panam,
se suspendieron y aplazaron
para una nueva fecha, debido
a que el balompi no contar
maana en las horas de la ma-
ana con el cuadro del Estadio
Olmpico.
Los juegos anunciados para
maana eran Santander vs Am-
iban a debutar los tres primeros
en la contienda del presente
ao. Posiblemente talos juegos
se aplacen para el domingo 13
de Mayo.
Se entenda que el cuadro del
Estadio lo tenia el ftbol du-
rante todas las horas del da,
pero fu cedido a la Liga de
Baseball de Calidonla para su
torneo, el cual termina el pr-
ximo sbado.
Los equipos Dep. Chin y Unin inauguran
maana en La Chorrera torneo de bisbol
Barney McCosky
es adquirido por
f Cincinnati
KUEVA YOHK Mayo 5 (P)
Los Rojos adquirieron los servi-
cios del pelotero de los Atltl-
cos Barney Me Cosky por una
suma de dinero cuya cantidad
no se ha revelado y anunciaron
que utilizaran al veterano de 33
anos de edad como jardinero y
bateador de emergencia.
La Liga Distritorial de Base-
ball de la Chorrara inaugura
manara su Temporada Invernal
en el cuadro de Matuna con el
par Ido entre los equipos Depor-
tivo Chin y Unin 78.
Lste partido se iniciar a las
9 y 45 a.m. y promete resuicat
Interesante y reido. Cinco e-
quipos estn inscritos para dis-
putarse esta competencia y los
olios tres son Estrellas del Par-
que, Balboa y Puerto Caimito.
prender ^partidos de ftbol, Ba- | medirn los fuertes equipos del Fiduciario y el Matas Cerrad.
La serie proseguir el martes y oen oportunidad deremos a
conocer los equipos que se enfrentarn.
EL BALOMPI de la primera
divisin tendr dos importantes
encuentros en las horas de la
Urde en el Estadio Olmpico
entre los equipos Huracn e Ib-
rico que lucharn para salir de
la retaguardia, y Dltrani vs His-
pano que defendern su invicto
para continuar solo en el puesto
de honor.
E L SOFTBALL Presentar
juegos de la Contiendo de los
Bomebros de Panam y medirn
fuerzas los equipos de la Guar-
dia Permanente y Compaa No.
4 en el cuadro de la Plaza Ama-
dor en las horas de la maana;
y en el cuadro de Santa Rita
chocarn el equipo de la Estre-
lla de Panam y el Control del
Comejn. .
En EL BASEBALLLa Liga1 El arbitro Barney Rellx par
de Caltdonia continuar su Cam I la pelea al minuto y 38 segun-
peonato con un parUdo en el dos del octavo salto mientras
Roland La Starza
derrot a Vera
Mitchell anoche
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 5 (UP)
El contendiente al cetro peso
pesado Roland La Starza, derri-
bo dos veces anoche a Vern
Mitchell y lo puso tuera de
combate por nocaut tcnico en
el octavo asalto >! abandonar
au acostumbrada tctica defen-
siva y convertirse on un tigre
I en la Arena San Nicols.
Estadio Olmpico. La Liga de
Juan Daz ofrecer en su cuadro
conjunto de (Suevo Emperador
La junta de San Felipe tendr
dos partidos en la maana en-
tre veteranos y Santo Domingo
y Bolvar vs Chiriqu; y apar-
tndose 4*1 Distrito capital, te-
nemos que en La Chorrera se
inaugurar la Temporada Inver-
nal con el Juego Deportivo Chin
vs Unin; en Coln se anuncia
un juego entre el Seleccionado
de San Blas y un comuinado de
machis del sector atlntico, y en
Divisa se medirn la Escuela de
Agricultura y Nata.
En el programa de Carreras,
la prueba estelar estar a car-
go de la clase D., en el Hipdro-
mo de Juan Franco.
Mitchell completamente ensan-
grentado trataba de levantarse
el juego entre los Licoreros y el, 1 cuenta de siete de la esqui-
na en que cay por segunda
vez en el asalto por un tremendo
golpe derecho a la quijada.
La Starza quien pes 189 li-
bras dos y un cuarto menos
DEPORTES EN LA
FUERZA Y LUZ
1 equipo "Ingenieros Tel-
fonos Automticos" ootuvo una
tacil victoria al vencer a "Oa-
rage y Almacn" por anotacin
de 18 carreras a 5, en juego ce-
lebrado ltimamente en la
continuacin del Torneo de Bo-
la Suave que patrocina la Em-
presa Fuerza y Luz.
Los Ingenieros se presenta-
ron en esta ocasin bien aco-
plados y mejor que en Juegos
anteriores, tanto asi que no
obstante de haber uateado
igual nmero de lncoglbles que
sus* contrarios, nueve cada uno
aprovecharon mejor sus rachas
para empujar carreras a causa
de los ocho errores que co-
rn e 11 e r,on los Almacenistas,
mientras que los Ingenieros
slo erraban en tres ocasiones.
Descollaron con el bate por
Seor Rector: La Universidad
Necesita na Instructor
Deportivo
(Continuacin de la Leccin I Servicie de la Prensa Unida
sptima sobre "Definicin de i NUEVA YORKLos Rojos
Educacin Fsica). j anotaron tres carreras en la
Tenemos adems el hecho de: quinta entrada con un solo sen-
que el proiesor de Educacin cilio verdadero para vencer a los
tsica est en el deber lneludl- Dodgers por anotacin de 5 ca-
ble de cultivar su espritu y su rreras a 4. Orady Hatton recibi
Intelecto en otras disciplinas pase gratis en esa jornada y
que no sean propiamente los de Jim Adcock bate una fcil ro-
y anot por roleta da Ous-BelL
Mage abanic a cinco Pira*
tas y despus de la segunda
entrada no permiti que up
solo de stos pasara de la pri-
mera.
J
la Educacin Fsica. En la defi-
nicin que sobre Educacin F-
sica dimos arriba, est implcita
la idea de este aspecto formati-
vo cultural del profesor de Edu-
leta como para hacer una do-
ble matanza pero la pelota dlj
de sbito un salto y le dio a
Pee Wee Reese en los labios. Ted i
Kluszwelskl bateo una roleta al
que Mitchell demostr anoche | ]0S ganadores: V. Cochz con
que es un fuerte contrlcante a
la corona del campen Ezzard
Charles.
llama o El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
L PALUDISMO
mata mas teres humano* que cualquier
otra anfermadad conocida entre lot hombre.
300 millonea Ac hombres sufrirn de paludismo
esta ao, de lot males morirn por Je menos
3 milloaes.
LA QUININA
ha sido la base principal en el tratasaiento
del paludismo durante los ltimos 130 aos.
Urna dosis diaria de 1 grm. a 13 graos, de
QUININA durante 5 a 7 das curar coa xito
mb ataque de paludismo.
La mejor posibilidad para una curacin radical
en las recadas de paludismo, la ofrece nn
tratamiento durante 14 das de QUINIPLEX.
tus preparado recientemente recomendado por
la Comisin de Expertos de Paludismo de la
Orgaaiaaein Mundial de Salad (1950). .,
Camalen Garca
no dio la talla en
las Grandes Ligas
COLORADO SPRINGS Mayo 5
(UP) Luis "Camalen" Oav-
eisj. aefcisiro de Caracas, Hej
netueta -As dejado en UberUd
incondicional por el Colo.ado
Springs de la Liga del Oeste.
Garca particip en cinco
juegos en los que dio dos hits.
tiLo dos carreras y empuj os
tambin en 22 veces al bate
quedando con un promedio de
.01/1. Tom ponche en cuatro o-
caoiones y recibi bases por oo-
las dos veces cometiendo tam-
bin cuatro errores.
Garca durante su estada a-
qui aprendi cinco palabras en
Ingls y el y su esposa viven en
una casa de familia de habla
espaola aqu- Garcia no ve m*
cuivas cuando est al bate y
m flldea bien.
Garca fu contratado por les
Mcias Blancas por diez n.il
dlares an el Invierno pero ce-
mente a aorar su patria y re-
gres a Caracas. Volvi a par-
ticipar en el adiestramiento
primaveral estimulado por Os-
ear Reguera lanzador cubano
quien tambin parti boy. Re-
guera servia de intrprete al
venezolano.
Reguera particip en dos Jue-
gos pero se pas casi todo t\
tiempo hacindole gestiones a
Garca. El golpe es duro para
\ venezolano que solo tiene 20
aos y goza de. gran popula.1-
dao entre sui amigos de Cara-
cas. Garcia, cuyo dolo es chi o
Carrasquel de los Medias BUn-
cas. ba encontrado que su prin-
cipal problema aqu ea el
idioma.
La Permanente
venci ayer a
la Ca. No. 6
Con gran entusiasmo prosi-
gui la liga Interna de soft-
ball del Cuerpo de Bomberos, \ c0""'e 20"carreras ~3 en Soft
4-3 siendo un triple, un cua-
dranglar y un sencillo; T. Ar-
muelles con 4-2 y Bach Carri-
llo con un cuadrangular para
asegurar el triunfo en 4 opor-
tunidades, resultando el lan-
zador ganador. Por los perde-
dores fueron O. Manche con
.4-2; E. Poveda con 3-2 y C. Ce
deho y C. Dacostas con 2-2
cada uno.
En el otro Juego celebrado
en el Campo Deportivo de Pal-
tilla, la novena "Distribucin"
le dio una gran paliza a la
"Planta Elctrica" con anota-
caclon Plslca, puesto que es un lanzador Phil Haughtad, pero es
Ideal griego renovado en la ac- te lanz tardamente al plato
Cualidad de que el Profesor de! anotando Hatton. Como s eso'
Educacin risica debe hacer lo 1 no bastara John Pramesa bate 1
posible por cultivar, tanto para un fcil fly cayendo la bola a
si como para los que ensea, ar- los pies de Cal Abrams. John
mnicamente sus msculos, su Wyroestek empuj entonces a
espritu y su mente. Adcok con el nico sencillo lim-
pio de la entrada y Kluszwclkl I
Alumno Universitario: Inscrbete anot poco despus con una
en la Asociacin Deportiva Uni- roleta al cuadro de Lloy Merrl-
versltarla y Contribuirs con man. Los Dodgers protestaron
PILADELFIA.Russ Meyer em
iuj dos carreras con nn senci-
lo en la sexta jornada y con*
tuvo a los Cardenales desde el
montculo para conducir a loa
Phlllis al triunfo anoche por a
carreras a 4. Los Phillies ano-
taron sus cuatro primeras ca-
rreras con un solo sencillo tref
pases gratis, un error y un lan-
zamiento errtico.
nosotros a la reoganlzacin de
la Educacin risica dentro de
nuestra propia cata.
BOBTONBob Elliott empuJA
cuatro carreras con dos jonro-
nes para conducir a los Bravos
al triunfo sobre los Cachorrea
por 9 a 3 anoche mientras el
lanzador Vera Blckford lograba
su cuarta victoria del ao.
acaloradamente que el inicia-
lista Gil Hodges hubiese sacado
a Klusweskl en el plato. La pro-
Hoy empezaremos a divulgar! testa fu tal que Dascoll expul-
la octava leccin de Historia y s del diamante a Don New-
concepto de la Educacin Fisl- combe y a Don Bankhead.
ca que dicta el profesor Alfon- ,.
so Rojas S. y que trata sobre: 1
Principios Doctrinarlos de la tUBVA YORK.Sal Mage
Educacin Fsica Escolar. permiti un solo lncoglble-trlple
Dice as: Siguiendo nuestra del primer bateador Pete Casti-
pauta de contemplar los objetl-1 Rllone-mlentras los Gigantes
vos reales de la Educacin Fi- I anotaban todas sus carreras con
sica en nuestro medio actual, | cuatro Jonrones para vencer a
en el campo de juegos de la
Plaza Amador Guerrero.
En el choque realizado el 3
se impuso el equipo de la Por-
manente a la Compaa N...t-
ro 6 por 17 carreras a 13. Este
pa.tido ht presenciado por ti-
na gran cantidad de personas.
Ete da no hay juego y el
torneo continuara el Domingo
cuando ae enfrentan la Compo-
na Nmero 4 y la Permanente.
MLERE EN ESTADOS
Jaroslav Drobny
ano torneo de
tennis britnico
BOURNEMOUTH. Inglaterra,
Mayo S (UP)El checo Jaroslav
Droby residente en Egipto gan
el campeonato de individuales
del torneo britnico de tennis
en cancha de arcilla al vencer
al filipino Felicsimo Ampn por
1-4. 8-2 y -0.
Chandler es un
hombre de alma
muy pequea
CINCINATTI Mayo 5 (UP) --
Walter Mulbry ex-secretarlo tt-
sorcro del bisbol organizado
dijo en entrevista exclusiva pu-
b'lcada en el "Clnclnatto Post"
3at su ex-jefe, el Comisionado
e baseball A. B. Chandler "es
un eglatra que con sus actua-
ciones ha demostrado que es
mi hombre de alma pequea"
Mulbry quien fu amigo in-
timo y ayudante de Chandler
cuando este era gobernador de
Kentuky y Senador de los Es-
tados Unidos y despus pasar a
ser Comisionado nada habia di-
cho sobre su desacuerdo con
Chandler hasta discutir la si-
tuacin con el director deporti-
vo del "Post" Pat Harmno.
Mulbry dijo que se pele con
Chandler debido a gastos en
la oficina. Aadi que uno de
esos gastos con el cual el no
estuvo de acuerdo consisti eu
el salario de agente de rea-
clones pblicas que Chandler
contrato para que fomentara su
ca.r.paa para ser reelegido al
caigo de Comisionado.
Mulbry afirm que Chand.er
es el responsable de que se lu-
yan publicado declaraciones
presentndolo t l como un
hombre desleal e ingrato.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jaegs* de SANTA UTA.
ball.
Este partido se caracteriz
por la abundancia de lmpara-
oles que batearon los Distribui-
dores, nada menos que 27, men
tras que los Elctricos slo ba-
tearon 6 a los lanzamientos de
R. Glttens, quien fu el lanza-
dor ganador Vale la pena
mencionar la destacada actua-
cin de uno de los veteranos
peloteros que se agitan en es-
ta Liga, como lo es "Colomboy
Pinzn, demostrndole a todos
lo jugadores su vala como
buen pelotero que ha sido, de-
fendi bien en el campo y ba-
te nada menos que de 6-4; sl-
ulndoles V. Guerrero con
-5: R. Glttens con 5-3, lo
mismo ue Burlingham; M.
Obando con 6-3: J. Tun con
2-2 y J. Boris con 3-3.
Carrasquel est
en 4? lugar entre
los bateadores
CHICAGO. Mayo S (UP) Al-
fonso Carrasquel se mantala
ayu tarde en el cuarto lugar
al bate en la Liga Americana
con un promedio de .383 aven-
tajndole nicamente en ese
senido sus compaeros de no-
vena Jim Busby y el cubano O-
le.ucs Mloso y el inlclallsta
Luke Easter.
Ll torpedero venezolano ha
log. ado ese promedio mediante
23 incogibles en 80 veces al ba-
te que es el mayor nmero oe
veces que se ha enfrentado a
un lanzador bateador alguno
de los diez primeros de la liga.
Carrasquel ha empujado ade-
ms nueve carreras y ha ano
tado nueve en trece partidos
En el primer lugar al bate est
I.ulce Easted quien solo en ocho
paitldos ha bateado seis Inco-
mibles para un promedio de 423
cu 26 veces al bate. En segun-
do figura Busby con un prome-
die de .400 mediante 20 lncogl-
bles en 50 veces al bate y ter-
cero Mloso quien hace poce
pas de los Indios a los Me-
dias Blancas con un promedie
de .385 gracias a 10 lncoglbles
en 26 veces al bate.
como ubicado adems en la rea-
lidad nacional, trataremos hoy
sobre principios doctrinarlos de
la Educacin Fsica escolar. Es-
tos principios podran sintetizar-
se en cuatro puntos sensacio-
nales. La Educacin Fsica pone
inters especial en la salud y
en el astado fsico del escolar
porque lo considera que en su
constant dedicacin esta el fu-
turo eugnlco de nuestro pueblo.
No se nos escapa la Importan-
cia trascendental que tiene el
colocar como primer elemento
para su desarrollo fsico. El es-
colar fortalece y desarrolla sus
factores biolgicos (fortaleci-
miento de su fsico y desarrollo
eficiente de sus potenclalee fi-
siolgicos) porque dirige la po-
tencia de su ser hacia el futuro
eficiente de sus descendientes;
o en otras palabras, de su desa-
rrollo fsico y biolgico depende;
loa Piratas por anotacin de 9
carreras a 1. Castigline ech a
perder el juego perfecto de Ma-
ge bateando de triple la se-
gunda pelota que ste le lanz
MEMORIAS
DEPORTIVAS
Por ser hoy da de Carreras
de Caballos y por correrse el
77o. Derby de Kentucky propor-
cionamos a continuacin varios
hechos histricos, referentes a
este Deporte de los Reyes, los
cuales estn perdurando aqui en
nuestra Patria y en los Estados
Unidos do Amrica: ,
Recuerda id. que:
En la Liga American
CLEVELANDEl lanzador Kerl-
ner obtuvo su segundo triunfo
de la temporada y tercero de
au equipo al vencer los Atltlcoa
anoche a los Indios por anota-
cin de 3 carreras a 1, anotan-
do todas sus carreras en a cuas
ta entrada.
El costoso ejemplar argentino
(como dice el punto primero I "Adrogu", propiedad de Dop
'El futuro eugnlco de nuestro
pueblo.
(Continuar)
"Belle Of All"
gan las mil
guineas ayer
NEWMARKET. Inglaterra Ma-
yo 5 (UP) "Belle Of AH" ga-
n el primer premio de mil
guineas al vencer por cabeza a
"Subtle Difference" en la cae-
ra "Rawley Mile", segunda de
las clsicas competencias hpi-
cas de la Gran Bretaa en la
que participaron 18 yeguas t*
tres aos de edad llevando to-
das un peso de 126 libras.
Belle Of All favorito por 4 a
1 corri la distancia de una .Pi-
lla en 1.444-9. Tercera lleg Bob
Run.
Code Mili taire y Ja vote, ni-
ca yeguas norteamericana en la
cunera, se disputaban el prl-
mei puesto faltando tres octa-
vo de milla para llegar a la
mita, pero entonces Belle Or All
y Subtle Dlfferencia iniciaron
veloz carrera y libraron reida
lucha en el primer lugar du-
rante el ltimo octavo de mina
Ramn Jimnez, se adjudic en
1945 la carrera estelar del Hi-
pdromo de Juan Franco, dis-
putado por los equinos de la
Clase "A" y por un premio de
B. 1.000. "Adrogu" fu hbil-
mente conducido por el tico
panameo Alfonso Carbonell. e
impuso un nuevo record para
milla y un octavo, con un tiem-
po de 1.62 1/9, para mejorar la
marca establecida por l gran
"Tmesia".
C. Brin y Jack
Gardner pelearn
el 5 de Junio
LONDRES, Mayo S empresario Jack Salomn anun-
ci que el peso pesado argen-
tino Csar Brin y el britnico
de la misma divisin Jack Gard-
ner se enfrentarn a diez asal-
tos el 5 de Junio en el encuen-
tro que sostltuye el de Dave
Sands de Australia y Randolph
Turpin por el campeonato peso
medio del Imperio Britnico
que ha sido aplazado hasta
Septiembre.
En el Clsico Carnaval de
1046, hube un empate por el
primer puesto entre los caballo*
"Rico Pobre" y "Don Chencho"
el primero que se produce en un
Clslco en nuestro Hipdromo
La yegulta Nacional "Golden
Teacher" bati en una carrera
en 1043, 1 record de apuestas
hecho a un ejemplar nacional.
Se le confiaron a ganador la
exagerada suma de B.6.414.
El ms Inesperado de los triun
fos en toda la historia del Der-
by de Kentucky fu el de "Do-
nerail", que al ganar la carrera
en el ano 1913 pag a razn
de $91.46 por cada dlar apos-
tado a su favor. No volvi a ha-
cer nada digno de mencin y
al retirarse solo haba obtenido
unos 15.000 dlares. El Derby
que en aquella poca estaba muy
lejos de ser lo qua es ahora en
lo que a remuneracin moneta-
ria se refiere, slo le proporcio-
n $9.479.
DETROITLos Tigres pusie-
ron fin a su decaimiento al ba-
te al Imponerse a los Mediae
Rojas por 8 carreras a 4 con el I
zurdo Hal Newhouser en el mon-
tculo, El Inlclallsta Dick Kry-
hoskl encabez los bateadorra
Detrit empujando tres carreras
con tres dobles y un sencillo t
anotando una carrera. (Newhou-
ser a su vez anoto dos y empu-
j una bateando dos sencillos.
Mientras tanto los Yanqui*
derrotaron fcilmente a los Car-
melitas de San Luis por 8 ca-
rreras a l.
Los Medias Blancas derrota-
ron a los Senadores por 6 a 6 ea .
once entradas.
El PRI juega hoy
con el Whinter y
mna. con el PR A
En la continuacin del
Ftbol del Chorrillo
Esta tarde a las cuatro y me-
dia en el cuadro de Barraza
contina el Campeonato del Fut
bol Menor del Chorrillo con el
partido entre el puntero del tor
neo Deportivo Whinter y el PRI
Maana domindo en la misma
cancha a las 2 en punto de la-
tarde chocarn los equipos PRI
y PRA.
Alta Presin Sanguneo
uiort. i o*bm, siSovitas nara
i?.l, "Vf "f*^ tJ*7ud. i,p
uSSftSfS "TNOX. PM*
Otro caso desconcertante de la
historia del Derby fu el "Galla-
hadlon", el caballo que en 1040
sorprendi a todo el mundo de-
rrotando en gran forma al fuer-
te favorito "Bimeleeh", otro
potro del que ae deca estaba
destinad a emular y hasta su-
perar las hazaas de "Man O
War". "Gallahadlon" pag a ra-
zn de $35.20 por cada dlar
apostados a sus patas. Despus
de triunfar en ti Derby de Ken-
tucky. "Gallahadlon" tom par-
te en 21 carreras, de las cuales
gan 3: ea le retir a fines de
1M1, ao en que particip en 14
carreras ganando solamente una
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
fl
iSCOJA SU IDtAt
iN"t ISTAS4A1:
Oe UNO 1 DOS filas GRUESAS]
- MCOUJMS y DUG ADAS:)
INYECTORES METLICOS
Distribuidores:
ai CYRNOS, S. A.
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SBADO, MATO 8, lSil;
LUX
Aire-Acondiclonado
SIGUE HOY!
1:M S:5 5:05
7:0 9:00 p.m.
Espectacular triunfo M-G-M
en majestuoso Tecnicolor!
"El Valle de la Venganza"
Dos hermanos y.
dos mujeres en-1
vueltos en vio-"
lento conflicto
de amor!...
El Viejo Perfil y El Nuevo
- con BURT LANCASTER
Robert Walker Joanne Dru
Sally Forrest John Ireland
V
\
Sbado 11 p.m
Funcin Especial de
Medianoche!
Llega a sus tres aos con la
felicidad de su querida madre,
doa Victoria Turgeman, el ni-
o Ellas Daz. Hoy se llevar
a cabo la tradicional piata en
su residencial en Coln en Ca-
lle 10, casa 8047, apartamento
No. 12. Felicidades.
de -----
Maravillosa Msica!
Maravilloso Drama!
Un romance... Unas vo-
ces... Unos cantos que
su corazn siempre re-
cordar:
"LA ETERNA MELODA"
Basada en la obra Inmortal
de Fi-ccini. "LA BOHEME-'
JUEVES
Estreno de Fin de
Semana!
OSLO, Mayo (UP)Noruega
seleccion a Johan Haanes,
Throgny Haanes, Sverre Lie, y
Jan Staubo, para que Integre
su equipo en el torneo de Tennis
por la Copa Davis. Johan Haa-
nes, y Staubo probablemente
participarn en Individuales y
otros dos en dobles en la com-
petencia que se ha de celebrar
ac del 9 al 11 del presente
mes contra Egipto.
UNA MUJER...
Que pasea su odio por
una ciudad sembrando
el terror en 8,000,000 de
personas!...
"Mensajera de la Muerte"
(Frifhtened City)
con EVELYN KF.YES,
CHARLES KORVIN
PRONTO!-
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN HOOD"
(Rogues of Sherwood Forest)
EN TECNICOLOR!
ELDORADO
Un formidable reparto... La
pelcula que Ud. debe
ver...!
"CASA DE
VECINDAD"
Un mundo de personajes,
en un ambiente donde to-
do se oculta... pero todo
se sabe...!
con
DAVID SILVA
MECHE BARBA
IRMA TORRES
ANDRES SOLER
otros Grandes Artistas!
ELLA, es mujer liviana...
EL, amigo de lo ajeno.. .y
de la ajena...!
...Y muchos personajes
arrancados de la realidad.
Otra
Gran Pelcula 50 PRONTO!
"LOS HIJOS de la CALLE"
HOA -1090 HOW -1230
Radio Panamericana
ADIS, BIKINI?El "bikini" ya
a yasar de moda, dicen en Pars,
y lo reemplazar este modelo
hecho de "jersey" negro. A mi
que me dejen cpn el "bikini".
Red Panamericana
lienelos
mejores programa:
Siguiendo los pasos de au
famoso padre, John Barrymore
Jr., hace lo que ha sido acla-
mado como "un brillante de-
but cinematogrfico" en la es-
pectacular pelcula en techni-
color "La Sangre Llama" que
presenta este fin de semana
(hasta el lunes) el Teatro Tro-
pical, distribuida por Eagle
Lion Films.
Los perfiles del famoso pa-
dre y su hijo se ven aqu en
una especlalsima f o t ografa
Inspirada por el debut del no-
vel actor. El hijo de 17 aos
del difunto "Oran Perfil" cony
parte honores estelares con Ro-
bert Preston, Cathy Downs,
Robert Sterling y Chill Wills."
PANAMA
COLON
BOY SBADO
r.M.
3:30 Ritmos del Norte
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Pedro Varga
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Msica variada
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Danzones
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
8:30 Canciones favoritas
7:00 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:15 Melodias sureas
7:30 Msica tpica
7:45 Cantares de Espaa
8:00 Msica escogida
P.15 Melodias variadas
8:30 Ritmos populares
9:00 El favorito de hoy
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 Los Molinos de Viento
zarzuelas
10:18 Delicias musicales
10:30 Dramatlzacln de B.B.C.
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
A.M
8:00
8:03
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
12:30
12:50
1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
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DOMINGO
Buenos dias
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Valses favoritos
Estampas mexicanas
Delicias tropicales
Concierto Matinal
Msica brasilea
Cancionero de la maana
Sorteo de Hoy
Lotera Nacional
Ana Maria Gonzlez
Msica venezolana
Aires colombianos
Msica de saln
Intermedio variado
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
Espaoleras
Carrera
Cantares de Mxico
Carrera
Cancionero de la tarde
Carrera
Acordes porteos
Carrera
La Tos del Asma
y Ahogos Aliviados
En poco Hampo 1 nueva prescripcin
Manaaao cnmlenaa a circular an la
sangre aliviando los espaamoa y aho-
|oi da! Asma y Bronquitis. En poco
Hampo es poalbla dormir blan respi-
rando libra y ftcllmcnia. Mansas*
dabs aliviarlo, an cuando su mal asa
antiguo porgus dlsuslvs y remueve
las fiemas y mocos qua envenenaba*,
orcanlsmo, minaban su energa.
arruinaban su aalud y lo hacan versa
y sentina prematuramente viejo.
Mandaco tiene tanto Uto qua di a
los pactantes respiracin libre y foll
en M horas. Pida Mandato sn cual-
quier raneada boy mismo y vea la
blan qua dormir* ata ocha y cunta
mejor s*
sentir
maana.
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OTRO GRAN MATINAL A LAS 10:00 A. M.
SENSACIONALES PELCULAS Y
GRANDIOSOS PREMIOS!
TIM HOLT
El Rey de los Vaqueros
LA MESETA
DEL GARAN
- Adems: -
DIBUJOS tn COLORES
~de-
MICKEY -- PLUTO
GOOFY -- DONALD
RIFA entre los nios que asistan de UNA BICICLETA
(cortesa de Casa Sparton) UN PAR DE PATINES, y
Regalo de Crema Dental Kolynos a todos!
La nueva estrella de primera
magnitud: Leticia Palma
HOY! mk
ESTRENO DE W
FIN DE SEMANA! V
PRESIDENTE
SIMULTNEAMENTE
VARIEDADES
FASTUOSA!
TROPICAL
HOY
GRANDIOSO ESTRENO
Debut
Tomaban lo que queran con un revlver, un ltico ... o un beso!!! .
ebut de JOHN BARRYMORE, Jr.! *
"LA SANGRE LLAMA"
THE SUNDOWNERS
vmmm-mm
ROBERT STERLING
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EL NOTICIERO WARNER'S trae el retorno triunfal del General DOUGLAS MASARTHUR,
grandioso recibimiento en Nuera York! _________________,^___^_^^_
MARTES Y MIRCOLES
"TRIO ATLAS"
LA LUCHA HECHA ARTE.Pulzadores Panameos de Fama Internacional,
JULIA ELENA SMITH
la pulzadora ms pequea y perfecta del mundo!
Canciones:
SERENATA EN ACAPULCO
SOY FELIZ CALETA
FLOR TROPICAL VEREDA
TROPICAL ACAPULQUENA
ESPECTACULAR!
La Continuacin de
'AL SON del MAMBO'
DESLUMBRANTE!
MAMBOS: "
BAILADOS!
UNIVERSITARIO CHULA
LINDA DOPPY DOPPY
PACHITO ECHE
Le bastaron a Leticia Palma contadas actuaciones para,
convertirse en la estrella favorita de todos los pblicos de
Amrica. Y no oabe dudar que se merece la distincin, por-
que a sus grandes cualidades artsticas une una rara belleza,-
que subyuga. "HIPCRITA", fu su primera gran pelcula,
y, ahora, acaba de terminar "CAMINO DEL INFIERNO", pro-
duccin de mrito singular, con la cual se impone definitiva-
mente como actriz de primera magnitud.
Leticia Palma, es artista exclusiva de la productora Miei.
y Brooks, y "CAMINO DEL INFIERNO", ser presentado ron:
en breve en un teatro de Panam, para que nuestro pblico.
pueda constatar los progresos de la refulgente estrella azteca.
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Intrigas. Pasin, Traicin y Odlosl
BU** LANORSTEE 70AMNE DRU, a
VALLE DE LA VENGANZA"
con sV>bert_JVALKER^^UMr ^ssassal
BELLA VISTA
Cads una ocultabs su
passdo .. Una culpa
que podra destruir
su reputacin...
Eleanor PARKER
Patricia NEAL
O Ruth ROMAN
- en -
'TRES
SECRETOS"
(Three Secreta)
Estreno Warner Bros.
Una Maravillosa Comedia Musical!
En Tecnicolor I
Juna HAVER
Wm. LUNDIGAN
Gloria HAVEN
,. Harry JAMES
\ n -
"SOLO
TU Y YO"
TEATRO CECILIA
Len McAllister, en
"Un Yanki en Corea'
John Hall Michael O'Shea, aa *
"EL HIJO DEL SOL" *
2 PELCULAS DE ACCIN
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A YANK
IN KOREA
TEATRO TROPICAL
Tomaban lo que queran
con un revlver, un lti-
go... o un beso!...
DEBUT DE
John Barrymore, Jr.
- en -
"LA SANGRE
LLAMA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
(Aire Acenlclenado)
Howard Duff Pesar Doln.
- en -
"EXTORSIN"
- Adems: -
"EL PECADO DE
MAGDALENA"
con Morman Woodland
Ann Todd
TEATRO TIVOLI
Gran Doble en Caitellano!
"MADRE QUERIDA"
- Adems:
"LA MUERTE ._,,,
KNAMORAI
TEATRO IRIS
Mara Antonleta Pona, en
"LA REINA.DEL MAMBO"
(Na Apta pira Menores)
HISPANO
-CONGOLS"
- Adems:
TIRATAS DE CAPRI"_
PRESIDENTE-VARIEDADES
SIMULTNEAMENTE 1
"SERENATA EN
ACAPULCO"
(Continuacin de "Al San del
Mambo")
con PEREZ PRADO
y m Orquesta:
LAS MKLUZAS DOLLY
MARTHA ROTH
s> ROBERTO ROMAHA.
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
John Wayne Maureen
O'Hara, en
"RIO GRANDE"
- Adems: -
"EN SON de GUERRA"
con Richard Cromwell
Marsha Hunt
TEATRO EDISON
"CAPITN AMERICA"
(12-131 Adems;
"Pandillas Del Litoral"
"CAMINO TRGICO"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Esther Williams Van
Johnson, en
LA SIRENA SE ENAMORA"
Clark Gable Brbara
Stanwyck, n
DE
"UPADA FATAL" (-7)
"SINFONA DISLOCADA"
"Campen de La Justicia"
PACIF ICO
TARZAN Y SU
COMPAERA"
. Ademas -
"LA FUGA DC
TARJAN"_____
IOEAL
"Vuelve El Hesabre
Murcilago" (*-*>
Adet..s: -
"El Muerta Acusa"
| "Vmsansa e Saagre"
APOLO
RESORTES.
Prez Pudo, en
Al Soa el Masaba"
- Adamas:
"QUINTO PATIO"
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