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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. F., MONDA, MAY 7, 1951
FIVE CENTS
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Marshall Charges Mac Arthur j
Took Displeasure Out On US
25 Under Arrest In RP;
4 Wounded In Shootings
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...,,, in focus Gen. Douglas MacArthur (right at table) with his chief aide. Ma].
sVrvlces-Forelgn Relations Committees In Washington._____________________
Korea Line Troops Disgusted
Slowness, Tank Hero Says
A total o 25 persons today
were reported arrested as the
state of unrest precipitated by a
run on the Ca]a de Ahorros
(Panama Savlng3 Bank) con-
tinued throughout the country.
Last reports said seven were
Jailed In Chlrlqul Province while
eighteen are In the secret police
Jail In Panama City. Among the
latter are two former presidents,
Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia
and Roberto Chlarl, Former Pre-
sidential Candidate Jose Isaac
Fabrega, and National Assembly
Deputy David Samudlo.
Samudlo was Involved in last
night's shooting affray In which
Deputy Jorge Illueca was shot in
the shoulder and Secret Police-
man Victor Manuel Santiago,
alias Cooperador, was shoUin the
arm and leg. A woman bystander,
known only as Jaen, who had
been standing at a bus stop near
the scene, was also shot In the
thigh by a wild bullet.
None of the wounded was re-
ported to be in a serious condi-
tion.
The shooting Incident took
place Just before 11 p.m. In front
of the Happyland Night Club.
A report of the events leading
Up to the shooting were:
About 10:30 p.m. Illueca, Sa-
mudlo. Deputy Norberto Navarro,
Fabrega and Chlarl, were meet-
ing; In Samudlo's home on 50th
street. Two cars of Secret Police
arrived. Samudlo and Illueca
went to see what they wanted
and the police said the five would
have to go to the SP headquar-
ters. After some argument the
five got into one car. followed by
the two cat loads of SPs., and
started for 8P headquarters.
Opposite Happyland one of the
SP cars forced the private car
over to the curb. Everyone In
both cars piled out and an argu-
ment followed. Samudlo and Il-
lueca reportedly first drew their
guns and started firing. The se-
cond carload of SPs arrived and
the men deployed themselves in
de Lesseps park near the kiosk.
The fight worked over toward
that direction and Illueca was
shot from behind.
He staggered into the Canal
Zone and was taken to Gorgas
Hospital by Policeman Polagi on
duty on Shaler Road Just across
the boundary from the fracas.
TOKYO, May 7 (UP) The
onjy U.S. soldier who has won
the Congressional Medal In Ko-
rea and lived to tell the tale said
todav that .soldiers m the battle
iSTare dtogOated" with the
Korean war "because there does
not seem-to be'any end to it.
But he added that their fee-
ing "'doesn't interfere with their
lighting- any."
M/8t. Ernest R. Kouma, the
"one-man tank corps" of last
summer's. Naktong River fight-
ing. : expressed his views at a
press conference a few hours be-
fore taking Off for the United
States to receive the Medal of
Honor from President Truman.
The husky, blond ex-faimer
from Dwlght, Neb., was red-raced
and stricken with "stage fright
as he talked to correspondents
He refused modestly to talk
about the fight that won him his
country's'highest hero award.
Newsmen had to rely on a ter-
sely-worked official citation for
the story of how the sergeant
and four other crewmen of his
tank held off 500 Communists on
the bank of the Naktong, cover-
ing the with a r a w a 1 of hard-
pressed American infantry units.
Kouma alone killed about half
of the Red attackers, the citation
said.
The 31-year-old veteran of two
wars, a member of the 2nd Divi-
sion's 73nd Tank Battalion, is the
Uth man to qualify for the Me-
dal of Honor so far in the Korean
fighting. Nine received the award
posthmously Only Kouma and a
navy flier survived the heroism
which won them the medal.
The citation told how two Am-
erican tanks and two M-lfl "flak
wagons" were ordered to cover
the withdrawal of 2nd Division
foot soldiers near Agok, South
Korea, on the dark night of Aug.
31-Sept. i. when 500 Communists
swarmed across the shallow Nak-
tong in a creaming Banzai
charge.
One of the flak wagons was
overrun and destroyed In the
enemy's first rush. The other
withdrew. One of the tanks burn-
ed out an engine and had to be
abandoned, leaving Kouma *
tank as the only obstacle In the
path of the Red attack.
Taking a stand with "a beauti-
ful field of fire," the sergeant
and his four crewmen fought
off one enemy wave after an-
other.
At one time six Communist
soldiers climbed up on the "deck"
of the tank, only to be knocked
off when Kouma tossed three
grenades out of the hatch.
The Reus succeeded in sur-
rounding the tank. Kouma got
mad. Heedless of the enemy's
fire, he piled out of the turret,
manned a .50-caliber machine
gun on the tank deck and swept
the Reds with point-blank fire.
Bleeding from two wounds,
Kouma fired the machine gun
until it ran out of ammunition,
and then continued to fight
with his pistol and hand gre-
nades.
Shortly before dawn, after
nine hours of fighting, the Reds
decided they had had enough.
What was left of their force pull-
ed back to high ground.
The tankers withdrew eight
miles to friendly territory, wip-
ing out three enemy machine-
guns and their crews on the way.
"In addition to killing approxi-
mately 250 enemy soldiers
through the course of action,"
the citation reads, "Sergeant
Kouma's magnificent stand pro-
vided-sufficient time for the In-
fantry to make an orderly with-
drawal and re-establish defense
positions. After rejoining his
company, and although suffer-
ing intensely from his wounds,
he attempted to resupply his
tank with ammunition."
He did not elaborate on his re-
marks about the fighting men's
"disgust." Kouma's remark, how-
ever, recalled Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur's statement that the Ko-
rean war could only become a
"military stalemate" unless the
Allied navy and air force were
allowed to attack the Reds' "pri-
vileged sanctuary" in Manchu-
ria.
Kouma already holds the Dis-
tinguished Service Cross (to be
superseded by the Congressional
Medal), two Purple Hearts, the
Good Conduct Medal, the Amer-
ican Defense Medal, the Europe-
an Theater medal with three
battle stars, the Pacific Theater
medal, the Occupation ribbon,
the Victory medal, the Korean
campaign ribbon and two Presi-
dential citations.
None of the SPs came into the
Zone.
Illueca was found to have in
lila possession a .785 German Lu-
i;er, with a 10-shot clip contain-
ing only four bullets.
Illueca Is expected to be trans-
;erred to Santo Tomas Hospital
tomorrow.
Another shooting Incident was
:eported last night In another
part of the city where secret po-
licemen reportedly went to the
home of Homero Velasquez, op-
position radio announcer, to place
him under arrest. Velasquez, they
nald, whipped out a gun In at-
tempting to resist arrest ar.d
Mrs. Velasquez was shot in the
leg by police fire. She was taken
to Santo Tomas and her condition
was reported to be not serious.
Meanwhile, the Caja de Aho-
rros continued to pay off depo-
sitors who have flocked to the
bank to withdraw their savings
since the run started on Friday.
Some 50 persons were still inside
the bank waiting for their mo-
ney when the doors were closed
at the regular time of 12:30. They
will be open again at 8 a.m. to-
morrow when further queues of
customers seeking to withdraw
their savings are expected.
Bank Manager Guillermo de
Roux, who has stated that the
bank Is completely solvent, said
any depositors who wish to draw
out money will be accommodated
during regular banking hours.
LI. Baldwin Named
Acting Dep. Warden
For Gamboa Pen
UN Forces
Send Tanks
To Chunchon
TOKYO, May 7 (UP) Unit-
ed Nations forces attacked at
both ends of the 100-mile Korean
front and sent a tank patrol
rumbling unopposed Into strate-
gic Chunchon at the center.
Tne Reds stood and fought
only at the Eastern and Western
ends of the front. They are still
retreating elsewhere, presumably
to regroup for the second round
of their spring offensive.
The 8th Army seized the Ini-
tiative all across Korea in a
series of limited attacks and ag-
gressive patrols.
South Korean Infantry drove
northwest of Seoul against the
only Communist forces still
menacing that city.
Superforts dumped more than
110 tons of bombs on the rail-
way yards at Pyongyang, while
Shooting Stars attacked Red
troops and supply dumps north
of that city.
The North Korean Pyongyang
WASHINGTON, Moy 7 (UP) Secretary of Defense
George C. Marshall charged in Congressional testimony
today that General Douglas MacArthur's proposals for
Korea "might expose Western Europe to attack by millions .
of Soviet troops poised in middle and Eastern Europe."
Testifying behind closed doors before the Senate Arm-
ed Forces and Foreign Affairs Committees Marshall pre-
sented facts and arguments designed to show that Presi-
dent Truman was right when he dismissed MacArthur.
Marshall said MacArthur's dismissal became inevit-
able because, in ways wholly unprecedented for a military
officer, he took his displeasure of United States foreign
and military policy decisions to the public.
St. Mary's Raffle
For Packard Runs
To Next Sunday
St. Mary's i/lsston announced
today that the winner of the
Packard car being raffled for
the church charities will be de-
cided on the number drawn in
next SundayV National Lottery
drawing. The ticket for the
number drawn yesterday that
not been sold.
The remaining tickets will
continue to be sold at the Bal-
boa poet office lot, and at St.
Mary's Mission. ______
Vet Groups Meet
Thursday To Plan
For Memorial Day
Representatives of Pacific Side
veterans organization and re-
presentatives of veterans' auxil-
iaries are being Invited to meet
Thursday evening for an Im-
portant meeting of the Memo-
rial Oav committee.
The meeting will begin at 7
D.m. and will be held In the
American Legion Hall in Balboa,
chairman Paul Warner said.
Plans for the Pacific 8Ide Me-
morial Day celebration are pro-
gressing well, he said, but some
details have till to be worked
out.
Balboa TiYes
Tuesday, May, I, 1951
High Lew
5:1C a.m. 11:14 a.m.
15:17 pjn, .__ 11:37 pjn.
US Troops Land
In Iceland Under
Atlantic Treaty
WASHINGTON, Mav 7 (UP)
United States troops have land-
ed In Iceland to assure the
security of that country.
They landed under the terms
of a bi-lateral agreement with
Iceland within the framework of
the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
ganization.
Iceland, as in World War II,
has important air and sea bases
which must be denied potential
aggressors. According to an of-
ficial spokesman here Iceland
realized she was wide open for
an aggressor.
Consequently it was logical
that, as In World War II. the
United States should make cer-
tain Iceland was secure.
It la understood Iceland will
take steps to form a National
Guard which could support the
United 8tates garrison In event
of an attack.
The United States troops now
In Iceland are identified only
as airborne troops.
British Ready
With Embargo
On Sino Reds
LONDON, May 7 (UP). The
British cabinet today appeared
t be ready to clamp a stiff em-
bargo in strategic shipments to
Communist China, but was
wavering on all-out economic
blockade for fear that its en-
forcement might spread the war
in Asia. ,
President of the Board of
Trade, Sir Hartley Shawcross.
Britain had prohibited the. ship-
ment to Communist China of all
goods which might assist China's
military operations but had not
Imposed a total embargo on
trade.
Meanwhile in the United States
two Republican congressmen,
James T. Patterson and Clarence
J. Brown, accused Britain of
"trading with the enemy."
Brown demanded a Congress-
ional Investigation of last week's
British Colonial Office report
that 130,000 tons of natural rub-
ber were shipped from British
controlled Malaya to Red China
in the nine months ending March
31.
Patterson accused Britain of
shipping an additional $3,614,800
In strategic materials to Red Chi-
na in the past three months.
Included in these shipments,
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radio claims bo have shot down told the House Of Commons that
two of the Superforts with antl-
aircraft fire, and to have taken
five crewmen prisoners.
During last night the Reds put
in new twin-engined Jet fight-
ers, believedly Russian-built La-
7s against night Intruding Am-
erican B-26s.
These types had two skirm-
ishes, but no damage was report-
ed to either side.
Weekend Accidents
Net 3 Damaged Cars
No Personal Injury
Several cars were damaged
considerably but no personal ln-
lurles were reported from mree. ..._. _. ...,.. _,.__.._,
separate weekend accidents on he said were locomotives ships,
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POLICE LT. C. O. IALDWIN
Lieutenant Cart O. Baldwin
the Pacific Side of the Canal
One of the accidents, yesterday
afternoon, was near Boy Scout
hill on Thatcher Highway, the
first accident in this section for
over two months.
The Sunday afternoon acci-
dent Involved a sedan, driven by
Manuel Gonzalez C. 46, of Pa-
nama City and a private car
operated by Sgt. Joseph Meyers
20. of Corozal. Police said that
Gonzalez, going west on Thatch-
er Highway attempted to pass
other cars on a hill. In^so doing
he forced Meyers off the road.
The Meyers car struck a dirt
bank, knocking off the bumper
and damaging the right front
fender.
Another of the accidents oc-
curred about 1:30 p.m. Saturday
v, U hl^^amel Ac?lnK Deputy 200 feet north of the Albrook
has been named Acting uepuiy te Chevrolet
Warden of the Canal 2one Pe-
nitentiary replacing Captain C.
H. Frederick who retired at the
end of April. ;
Sergeant William H. Munyon
has assumed the position of
Acting Assistant Deputy War-
den, formerly lield by Lieutenant
Baldwin. ....
Lieutenant Baldwin has been
a member of the Canal Zone
police for almost 30 years and
has worked on both sides of the
Isthmus.
He Joined the police force In
December 1922, when he was
discharged from the Army at
Fort Amador, after three years
of service. He was stationed at
Cristobal and served in various
capacities there until 1935, when
he was transferred to police
headquarters as identification
officer.
He was transferred to Oatun
In July 1941 and was stationed
at the Balboa Station in Janu-
ary 1942. He was in charge of
the Police Substation at Dia-
blo in 1943 and returned to Bal-
boa in August 1944.
He was named Assistant De-
,uty Warden at the Penltentla-
Unusual Lighter'
Goes Off; Shoots
PX Man In Hand
What he thought was an un-
usual cigarette lighter turned
out to be an even more unusual
gun, Halm Joae Henrlquez, 41,
Panamanian storekeeper at the ..,
Quarry Heights post exchange ry In August 1950.
told Gorgas Hospital authorities j Sergeant Munyon has been
this morning. |Wlth the Canal Zone police since
Henrlquez was admitted to Jur 1940. \
the hospital at 3:30 a. m. suf- He Joined the Canal Organiza-
fering from gun shot wounds tion In December 111 9, follow-
of the index and middle finger ling his discharge from the Ar-
of his left hand. my at Fort Clayton. He was
He said that he was exam- stationed at Balboa until July
lnlng what he thought was a 1948, when he was transferred
cigarette lighter when it went to Cristobal as desk officer. He
off. The accident, he said, oc- has served as Acting Assistant
curred in a restaurant near the Demitv Warden on several oc-
, Bella Vista theater- jcaslons.
Field main gate. A Chevrolet
operated by 8gt. Alfred H. Tay-
lor 22, of lbrook Field, started
to pass a Nash coupe driven by
Madeline S. Keepers of Pedro Mi-
guel. The front end of the Tay-
lor car ran Into the back of the
coupe and the Taylor car went
Into a 111-foot skid which ended
against a guard rail on the left
side of the road. The left rear
fender of Miss Keepers' car was
slightly damaged and consider-
able damage was done to the
front of Taylor's Chevrolet.
Approximately an hour later a
Kaiser sedan driven by B. J. Wil-
liams. 45, American rollkeeper,
collided with a Dodge side-seater
truck driven by Stephen R. Gor-
don of La Boca. Gordon was go-
ing east on Roosevelt Avenue
and Williams was headed north
of Balboa Road. The truck was
about 35 feet Into the Intesectlon,
where the traffic signal was on
the yellow blinker light. Williams'
car, police said, struck the right
side of the truck, damaging the
side of the truck and the front
end of the sedan. Williams Is to
be charged with failure to yield
right of way at an Intersection.
aircraft, electrical goods, chemic-
als drugs and dyes.
In the Commons today
Shaweross denied General
Douglas MacArthur's charges
that British goods were of sub-
stantial assistance to Red Chi-
na's forcea.
He said the new ban applied
Marshall said: "General Mac-
Arthur would have us, on our
own Initiative, carry the conflict
beyond Korea against the main-
land of Communist China both
from the sea and from the air.
"He would have us accept the
risk of involvement not only in
an extension of the war with
Red China, but in an all out
war with the Soviet Union.
"He would have this even at
the expense of losing our Allies
and wrecking the coalition of
free peoples throughout ths
world."
Marshall said there is nothing,
new about a theater command-
er, as MacArthur was, holding
views divergent from those of
his superiors responsible for glo-
bal strategy.
Marshall, in effect, charged
that MacArthur in his three)
days of testimony last week did,
not tell the whole truth when
he charged that he (MacArthur);
and the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
were twice overruled on high
policy matters.
MacArthur testified that
somebodyhe assumed it was
Marshall or Mr. Trumanveto-
ed the Joint Chiefs proposal of
January 12 for a more aggres-
sive war against Red China. De-
tails of this proposal were closs
to actions advocated by MacAr-
thur.
Marshall said these proposals
constituted merely a tentativa
course of action to be followed
if what was then "the very real
Dosslbllity of having to evacuate
Korea" came closer to reality.
US Drafts Resolution -
For Red Arms Embargo
UNITED NATIONS. New York,
ne said me new Dan appiieu Mav 7 (UP)The United Statea
to all military equipment, air- has drawn ud a formal resolu-
craft of all types, specialized mo- j tion that a 100 per cent arms
tor vehicles, rubber, zinc and its embargo be put into fores
alloys, and a whole range of in-! against Communist China,
dustrlal goods Including ma-
chine tools.
Meanwhile
ng ma-
in Panama the
The resolution is expected to
come before the 12-nation Unlt-
meuiiwiiue in ranama uie come oeiore me ia-nuun unit-
British Embassy released a Brit-' ed Nations Sanctions Commutes
(Continued on Page 6, Column 4) this afternoon
101-Gun Salute Tells Bride
She's Queen Of The Nile
By J. WALTER COLLINS
CAIRO, May 7 (UP) The llopolis with her mother and Ft
roar of a 101-gun salute notified rouk's eldest sister Princess Faw
17 year old Narrlman Sadek zia.
that she had became Queen of The bride wore her fabulous
Egypt, the bride of King Farouk. Paris wedding gown brought
She heard the salute In her here from Paris unfinished by
mother's modest suburban home Its maker Mme. Lecomte and her
and then tripped out In her staff and completed after 15 dayi
shimmering Paris wedding gown work. It was of shimmering
to a Royal limousine and drove white satin, with paste diamonds
to Join her bridegroom. arranged in intricate small clust-
Klng Farouk, 31, and Miss 8a- ers, and a 12-foot train flaring
dek, daughter of one of his civil out In the form of a lotus,
servants who died recently, were Egypt's floral emblem,
married according to Moslem Her veil was of Venetian lace,
rites fixed to her hair by a diamond-
In an all male ceremony In studded diadem. She wore also
beautiful Doubben Palace on the a diamond necklace, the gift of
outskirts of Cairo, Farouk told Farouk.
Sheik Mohamed Ibrahim Salem
that he took Narrlman to be his A roar of cheers greeted ths
bride Mohamed All Sadek Bey, pretty young queen, and cheers
Minister to the Netherlands and rang In her ears all the way to
uncle of Narrlman, said that she the Abdin Palace, where Farouk,
took Farouk to be her husband, wearing a long-tailed gray morn-
The sheik read religious writ- lng coat, preceded her.
ings. Farouk and Sadek Bey sign- Farouk was waiting on ths
ed the marriage contract. The steps of the palace with other
101-gun salute roared out and members of the Royal ramiiy,
all Egypt gave Itself over to one palace officials and the ladles-
of the most Joyous celebrations in-waltlng to the new Queen
in its history one that might As Narrlman stepped from ths
have been taken out of an Ara- limousine a band played the na-
Mnsrnw Mav 7 (UP)Alex- Man night with such modern tlonal anthem and a picked
an^Sv Rustan Vi"- addition! as blaring loud speak- Royal bodyguard gave her her
Minister of Foreign Affairs to-' ers In the public squares, tele- first Royal salute.
i^ was shout the Japanese Narrlman waited nervously at members of the Diploma tie
peace treaty the little two-story home In He- Corps.
Soviet Hands US
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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-]
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PANAMA. K. P., SUNDAY, MAY 6. 1M1
TEN CENT
Blockade Russian-Held
Sub Bases--

(U. S. Army Photo by NBA Telephoto)
rio C.TINS ROAR The UN artillery, which did much to smash the first Phase of the Com-
munist stog offensive? blazes again with the new Red build-up northeast of Seoul M the
Ureet The Bj^ye thewlf-prepeUed 165 mm. "Long Tome."

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(NEA Telephoto)
skwtors GET THEIR MAN As Gen. Douglas MacArthur arrived to testify before a com-
bined Senate Armed Service-Foreign Relations Committee, he was met by a group of fnators
and newsDaBermen In the foreground can be seen Sens. John W. Bricker, Allen J. Ellender,
Style? Brtdw'HwvBjwVad. talking to MacArthur. J. WUliam Fulbrlght and Henr/ C.
Lodge. Jr.........__________________________;________________1______
New Fourth Degree
K Of C Members
To Be Honored
The Archbishop Maistegui Gen-
eral Assembly .of the Fourth De-
{;ree Knights.of Columbus will
told the- exe-Ripllflcatlon of the
fourth degree tor, 28 newly elect-
ed members today at 2 p.m. at
the Sacred Heart Chapel in An-
cn.
A buffet In honor of the new
members will be held at the
Hotel El Panam at 7:30 in the
Bella Vista room. The honored
guests will be Archoblshop Beck-
man and Monalgnor Bernler
from Panam.
All members are urged to at-
tend.
Two Ships Collide
At Entrance To
Cape Cod Canal
SANDWICH. Mass.. May 5 (UP'
Two ships collided in daylight
and clear weather today at the
eastern entrance to Cape Cod
canal.
They were the Arizona Sword,
a 3,000 ton freighter Inbound
from Boston, and the 6.000 ton
collier Berwlndvale. outbound.
The Arizona Sword was beach-
ed with a hole in its bow. The
31 man crew remained aboard
in no danger.
Dance Recital
Set For Friday
Balboa Tides
Monday, May 7, 1951
High Low
4:35 a.m. l:4e a.m.
4:41 p.m. 11: P.m.
Started Late
BOSTON, Moy 5. (UP).Asked
for his secret of longe lvity, 87-
year-old Eugene Berry or Dor-
chester counseled: "Don't ac-
quire the smoking habit wne:i
you're young. In my own case,
lor example. I didn't start moil-
ing until I was 77."
The annual dance recital of
pupils of Madge Locke will be
given next Friday evening in the
auditorium of the Balboa Armed
Service YMCA.
Thirty-five girls, ages from 3
to 17, will appear in the annual
variety show. They are residents
of Balboa. Curundu, Gatun and
Cristobal.
The evening's program, which
begins at 7:30 p. m.. is called
"Merrily. Merrily." and will be
divided into three acts: Zelder
Zee, The Forest and The Circus.
The program will feature ballet,
toe. acrobatic and comedy danc-
ing.
All of the dances and cos-
tumes, as well as the scenery,
have been designed by Miss
Locke.
Tickets will be on sale at the
door. Admission charges will be
50 cents for adults and 25 cents
for children.
Britain Shuns
Ike's Request
For More Men
LONDON. May 5. (UP) Gen-
eral Dwight D. Elsenhower has
asked Britain for a bigger mili-
tary contribution to the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization, but
Britain has declined to increase
the five divisions she has pro-
mised.
Informed quarters here said
today that Elsenhower mane
several appeals for a greater Brit-
ish effort, which would In turn
encourage greater efforts by oth-
er European signatories of the
Atlantic pact.
Britain is said to have given
Eisenhower's requests a categori-
cal rejection.
Britain has promised to con-
tribute five divisions to Elsen-
hower's Pact army in Europe,
and to build up reserve forces oi
approximately 12 territorial (Na-
tional Guard) divisions in the
British Isles.
Eisenhower holds the view
that these territorial divisions
could net be ready for action
in less than two or three
months, and so contribute noth-
ing to the deterrent effect of
the small forces now' at his
disposal.
When Elsenhower completed
his European tour in January he
estimated that all he could rely
on at that moment was a scatter-
ed force totalling about 13 divi-
sions.
At the same time dissatisfac-
tion was expressed in Washing-
ton as at what were described a.
the "Inadequate contributions'
of Belgium. Holland and Den -
mark to the Atlantic forces.
Belgium was also criticized fo:
allowing strategic materials to
reach Russia.
Eisenhower asked Holland to
increase its routine military call-
up.
Today he wrote Italian Army
Chief of Staff Gen. Efisin Mar -
ras saying the Italian Armed
forces "will be second to none In
their contribution to the security
of the free world.
Elsenhower, who last month
made a combat inspection of Ital-
ian alpine and tank units in
northern Italy, wrote to Marrao:
"I have rarely met men who put
such heart and enthusiasm inn
tactical exercises."
Bank Situation Probed;
More Arrests In Panama
More arrests followed yester-
day afternoon as the aftermath
to the run on the Caja de Aho-
rros (Panama Savings Bank.)
Included among those picked
up for questioning in connection
with the investigation into the
bank situation was Former Presi-
dent Ricardo Adolfo de la Guar-
dia, who was also arrested In
March following the failure of
Panama's only private banking
Institution, the Panama Trust
Company.
Others detained were Dr. Ro-
berto Arias, son of Former Presi-
dent Dr. H a r m o d i o Arias ai:d
present publisher of the Spanish'
tabloid "La Hora"; Arqulmedes
Fernandez, editor of La Hora;
and Mario Augusto Rodrigues, ci-
ty editor of the saine paper.
Detention of the newspaper
men and de la Guardia brought
to eleven the known nunicer
picked up since yesterday morn-
ing.
Earlier yesterday a Ministry of
Government spokesman said tr.e
rumors which precipitated the
Free CZ Tuition
For US Raters
Living In RP OK'd
. XT. i.-rate employes of the Pa-
nama Canal and Panama Rail-
road living outside the Canal
Zone school district will con-
tinue to get free tuition for
their children in the Zone
schools after July 1.
Announcement of the excep-
tion of the US-rate employes
from the increase first made
public last Jan. 31 was made
Thursday afternoon during the
monthly shirt sleeve" confer-
ence at Balboa Heights.
A letter from Gov. F. K. New-
comer to Rufus Loveladv. AFGE
lodge 14's president, making a
more formal announcement of
the ruling is understood to be
in preparation.
Informed sources said that the
exception had been made for
the few employes in this cate-
gory because they are paying U.
B. income tax although they
are not living in the Canal Zone.
Increased tuitions for all tui-
tion pupils, in some cases double
present rates, were announced
Jan. 31. Tuition for the Canal-
Railroad families had been pro-
tested by the AFGE
Panama Rotary C
Amerlcan;"J5ocletv
reconsideration o
other North /
living in Pan;
their children
schools.
lie the
d the
eking
If of
Hies
ending
Zone
tank run were Intended "as the
destruction of the economic
structure of the Republic."
The arrests and subsequent In-
vestigation followed but, as far as
could be determined, no charges
have been filed against those
presently held.
It was reported also by the fa-
mily of Former President Enri-
que Jimenez that secret police
called at his home but no arrest
was carried out because the police
lacked a warrant to enter the
house.
Meanwhile yesterday after-
noon the office of the Ministry
of Government and Justice is-
sued a warning to foreign cor-
respondents that the Panama
government was prepared to
take whatever steps were ne-
cessary to prevent the propaga-
tion of false reports injurious
to the country's standing and
eredit.
The warning was Issued in a
statement signed by Ramon A
Ehrman, government chief of
press and radio.
The communication stated that
the government had been In-
formed "that certain correspon-
dents Innocently or deliberately
have been lending themselves
and the services they represent
to a campaign to undermine Pa-
nama's credit abroad."
It said the institutional bases
of anv country depend in an im-
portant part on the good name
and credit it enjoys abroad.
"Therefore," the statement
said, "no country can permit
that it be defamed and its cre-
dit undermined by the propaga-
tion of false, unfounded and ma-
licious reports."
The statement promised that
the government would continue
to offer every possible facility to
foreign correspondents accredit-
ed to Panama but sternly warn-
ed against the distortion of facts
abroad.
"The government Is prepared,"
it said, "to adopt all measures it
may deem necessary to preserve
and maintain the good credit
and prestige of the Republic of
Panama both here and through-
out the world."
WASHINGTON, May 5 (UP) General Douglas
MacArthur this afternoon called for a blockade of the
Russian-occupied Manchurian ports of Port Arthur and
Oairen.
MacArthur was continuing his testimony before th
Joint Senate Foreign Affairs and Armed Services Commit-
tees.
The two ports he named were awarded to Russia in
the Yalta agreement.
It is believed Russia maintains
submarine bases at both these
ports.
MacArthur advocated their
Shipload Of Vets
Arrives In Seattle
8EATTLE. May 5 (UP)A
shipload of berlbboned army
veterans of the Korean war. in-
cluding 109 Puerto Rlcans of the
85th Regiment, arrived here to-
day to the cheers of thousands
and the din of boat whistles,
sirens, saluting guns and low
flying jet planes.
Some of the veterans were re-
turning to the United States for
the first tune In three years.
'War Criminal'
Living In Luxury
In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, May 5 (UP)
Andre Artukovlch. sought by the
Yugoslav Government as "one of
the worst of war criminals." has
been found living in quiet
luxury at an exclusive California
seashore colony.
Artukovlch was once an of-
ficial of the Croatian puppet
government of Ante Pavellch.
established by Adolph Hitler,
which allegedly slaughtered 1.-
000.000 Serbs and Jews during a
World War II blood bath.
Artukovlch Is now a $100 a
(Continued on Pagfc 6. Col N
blockade as part of a total block
ade of the Red China coast.
Asked whether the blockade ot
these Russian naval bases would
increase the danger of war with
Russia, MacArthur said that the
blockade would certainly cut sup-
ply lines from those Red ports L
the rest of China, but he did net
think it would affect the Russia's
global planning.
"I have said before," contin-
ued MacArthur, "that nothing
that happens in the war In Korea
will influence Russia's basic de-
cision as to whether to attack or
not."
Earlier In his testimony Mac-
Arthur had said he had informa-
tion from intelligence soirees
that the Russians had decided ro
hold back from full scale millta-
y operations in support of Red
China, and expressed doubt tlut
the Red Chinese would ask for
Russian troops to support them
It his own plans for pressing the
war against Red China wero
adopted. '
Egypt9 Farouk Weih Again
In Arabian Nights Splendor
CAIRO. May 5 (UP)A festive
air, rivalling an Arabian Nights
settings, pervaded Cairo today.
Fabulous gifts poured Into the
Royal Palace on the eve of King
Farouk's wedding to his com-
moner bride.
The King and dark-haired
Narriman Sadek will be married
at 11 a. m. tomorrow in a Mos-
lem ceremony which the bride
does not attend.
The marriage coincides with
the 14th anniversary of Farouk's
official accession to the throne.
The marriage is Farouk's sec-
ond, and will be performed by
Sheik Mohamed Ibrahim Salem,
president of the Sharia High
Court, Egypt.'s highest Islamic
judicial body.
Special delegations bearing
presents from the chiefs of the
Arab states have been converg-
ing on Cairo In the past three
days.
Hashemlte Jordan's King Ab-
dullah sent Farouk the Ibn All
cordon, his country's highest
decoration. He sent the bride a
cosmetic set studded with
sparkling precious stones.
Representatives of Syrian
president H a s s e m Elatasst
brought a rare four-foot high
vase.
Generalissimo Franco of Spain
sent the Grand Collar of Isabel
the Franco.
The wedding Itself & an all
male affair. The bride will be re-
presented by her eldest un-
cle, Mohamed Tly Khadek. the)
Egyptian minister to the Hague.
Narriman Sadek will .wait thw
completion of her marriage ce- I
remony in her modest two story:
home in nearby Hellopolis. Th '
booming of a 101-gun salute will
probably be her first notifica-
tion that she has ascended tht>
throne.
Tomorrow night Cairo will ba
bathed In the glittering spark-
ling light of its most spectacular
fireworks display In its centuries
old history.
Farouk and his new queen will
watch the festivities from a bal-
cony overlooking the square out- .
side the palace grounds.
Monday the new queen will
perform her first official func-
tion when she visits to the tomb
of the King's father, the latt
King Fouad.
RP Teachers Take College Work In US
Thirty schoolteachers from the of twelve will have an op-
Interlor of Panama Including portunlty next year to take col-
probably all of this year's group lege work In the United States,
Square milk bottles and closed In kitchen were novelties to
the Panama school teachers at TSCW. They lived in coop-
erative dorms where thev did their own housekeeping and
laundry, an experience to which they adapted themselves as
quicklv as thev did to the language and manners of their
fellow students. Saddle oxfords and bobby sox were among
' the first purchases for all of them.
If plans now being worked out
here are successful.
An incentive to the enlarged
plan for the coming dry season
was given by the reactions of
the twelve travellers who return-
ed to their homes a week ago and
are back at their desk* in the
schoolhouses of the Interior.
All of the dozen want to go
back next year, according to Dr.
and Mrs. William G. Campbell,
University of Panama professors
who originated the idea, made
arrangements for this year's trip
and helped the girls In thelr
three-month stay in Dentn,
Texas, where they took a full
semester of work at Texas State
College for Women.
Despite the rigorous schedule
they followed and they missed
their siestas, the twelve young
women gained weight and came
back refreshed and full of new
ideas.
Only one Of the group spoke
any English before she went to
the Texas college. All had some
English when they returned. Be-
cause of the lick of English and
because of preconceived notions,
all had the idea that they might
encounter some unfriendliness in
the United States.
The welcome they got at the
Dallas airport, and at the college
where their hand-picked (but
non-Spanish speaking) room-
mates came streaming out to
meet them, together with their
reception wherever they went.
quickly dispelled this notion. Not
one of the group returned to Pa-
nama with less than half a
dozen little gifts from her new
friends.
But the girls gave as good as
they got. Panama, the Campbells
feel, never had any better diplo-
matic representation than that
of the twelve little schoolmarms
from the Interior.
They visited modern city
schools in Dallas and Fort Worth,
and small country schools In the
rural section of Texas. A Ford
plant, radio and television sta-
tions, a girls' reform school-
where they had dinner, state and
federal institutions of various
kinds were visited during the
packed three months.
They appeared before civic and
college groups in Dentn, Dallas
and Fort worth and on a TV
show over a Fort Worth station.
to put on a program of Panama-
nian songg and dances in native
costumes and to the accompani-
ment of native drums. The teach-
ers were carefully groomed by
the Campbells before they made
their first appearance and all of
the programs went off smoothly
and to great applause. Once they
were to be on the stage eight
minutes. They were held for en-
cores for an additional 25. Dur-
ing the last month of their stay.
the Panamanian girls had to
turn down invitations to have
time for their college work.
Their college life also provided
contrast to what the visitors had
known before. To cut down ex-
penses, they lived in cooperative
dormitories where they did their
own housekeeping, cooking and
laundry. Tea. receptions, picnics
and invitations to large and
small private homes were some-
thing new for all of then.
The girls were the first group
in an experimental program In
inter-American education. The
program has been organized and
carried out under the auspices of
a new educational organization,
the Foreign Student Foundation,
jointly directed by Dr. and Mrs.
Campbell. The foundation will
take twice this year's number to
the United States from Panama
next year and will soon begin
programs In other Latin Amer-
ican countries.
Students pay their own way,
and this year the cost per stud-
ent was about $400 lor the round
trip by air, tuition, room and
board, provision for hospital
care, books and winter clothing
and $6 a week spending money.
Two scholarships given by the
president of the college were di-
vided among the twelve. Next
year, with the aid of grants, the
Campbells nope to shave the cost
per student to about $300.
Twelve teachers from Panama hi native costume show Texas how some of the rest of the
world sings and dances. Between .SM and 8.000 people saw their programs, heard their
songs during the three month visit of the teachers to Texas where thej took a semester's
Work at Texas State College for Women,


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PAGE TWO
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, MAT I, 1M1
Cards Regain N. Lf Lead As Braves Get Blanked
~
Count Turf Wins Kentucky Derby In Big Upset
6 o _

Royal Mustang 2nd. Ruhr
Third; Winner Pays $31.20
By United Press
LOUISVILLE, May 5 Count Turf today, scored a
mashing upset victory in the 77th and richest Kentucky
ierby up to date when he flashed to the front in the stretch
tun and outlasted Royal Mustang and Ruhe to the wire.
The winner's share of the purse
'as $98,050 which eclipsed the
irevlous record paid to Assault's
wners hi 1946 $96,400. Ap-
roylmatelv 100,000 fans wltnes-
e* the race.
Conn MrCreary gave the son
if Count F'eet his head in the
ast half mile of the mile-and-
i-ouarter gallop and the colt
responded gamely to take com-
biand entering the homestretch
nd outlasted long-shots Royal
Instan? and Ruhe to the wire.
Poyp" Mustang was second and
Jiuhe third. Royal Mustang paid
JHa Cruz Siorh
By GILBERTO THORNE
I
I
! Gamboa's 60 students broke
and tied existing records for May
IDPV Sports at Santa Cruz School.
Teachers played an important
Jpart In making this program a
success although they did not
Jactuallv participate (as they
ice did) In the activities.
Results of. Santa Cruz's May
Day Sport Schedule.
1 Jr High Softball Throw for
Distance:
(Girls)
1.O. Joseph-137'10"
i 2.J. Chambers.
| 3.O. Scott.
Record! D. Joseph155'7 "2
4.B. Daniels.
75 Yards (BoysClass A)
a**1 =H. Warren
8.J. Bovell.
I 3R. Fennell.
75 Yards (GirlsClass A)
S 1.V. Reld.
Z 2.H. Robinson.
3.R. Grant.
25 Yards (BoysClass B)
1.P. Malcolm.
2.R. Ramsey.
3.H. Blake.
25 Yards (GirlsClass B)
1.J. Phillips.
2.S. Brathwalte.
3-D. Secaida
25 Yards (BoysOUss C)
1.G. Carter.
2.J. Uurton.
8.F. Ortega.
25 Yards (GirlsClass C)
1.J. sterling.
2.L. Armstrong.
J.A. Scott.
100 Yards (BoysClass A)
1.H. Warren.
2.B. Layne,
3.-8. King.
100 Yards (GirlsClass A)
1.T. Malcolm.
2.R. Grant.
8.La Alleyne.
50 Yards (BoysClass B)
1.o. Townsend.
2.A. donee.
J.A. Baxter.
8 Yards (GirlsClass B)
1.C. Jarvis.
8.J. Lawrence.
3.E. Blanchard.
50 Yards (Boys Class C)
1.H. Scott.
2.J. Joshua.
3.F. Wharton.
50 Yards (GirlsClass C)
1.E. Adonlcan.
2.I. Richard.
21. Romero.
1st 4 X 100 Relay
(BoysClass A)
Mr. Knowles, B. Layne.
I. Townsend.
A. Dyer.
A. Peterkln.
2nd 4 x 100 Relay
(BoysClass A)
Mrs. Campbell, F. Walthe.
J. Toppin.
A. Morales.
C. Scott.
3rd 4 x IN Relay
(BoyiClass A)
Mr. Grant, L. Fardln.
V. Thousand.
R. Fennell.
O. Townsend.
I x 100 Relay (GirlsClass A)
Mr. Grant, H. Robinson.
C. Palmer.
R. Grant.
E. McFarlane.
I X 100 Relay (Boys Jr. High)
Matemticos
L. Kodgers.
O. Weeks.
H. Thousand.
C. Small.
Baseball Throw for Distance
BoysJr. High
1.C. Coloute273'l/x"
2.G. Weeks.
8.O. Scott.
4.G. Daniels.
Record: Fiti Walthe 272'
hot Putt (BoysJr. High)
1.L. Rodgers-30'11"
2.C. Jarvis.
3.D. Samuels.
'4.C. Henry.
Basketball Free Throw (Jr. High)
(Girls)
1.R.Palmer-ll-15.
2.A. Amantlne.
3.O. Joseph.
COlclals:
Announcers:
Mr. H. Knowles. Mr. L. Walker.
Track Stewart:
Mr. M. Brown.
Finish Judges:
Mr. W. C. Glttens, Miss V.
Henry, Miss I. Smythe, student
Robert Millette.
Clerks:
Miss C Leach, students A Ro-
jnero, R Mitchell, R Palmer.
$53 to place and $24.80 show.
Ruhe returned $7 show. The win-
ner paid $31.20, $14. $0.00.
Count Turf was conceded lit-
tle chance of winning by the
experts but he scared like a
Derby champion. His time was
2:02-3/5 two full seconds
better than Count Fleet's time
in 1943.
In winning this race. Count
Turk kept up a "family" tradi-
tion. Besides his sire. Count
Fleet, another member of the
family previously copped the
run for the Roses. Tills as Reigh
Count, the sire ol Count Fleet.
It as the first time in Derby
history that grandslrc, son and
grandson all wonthe '.'Big Race."',
A photo-finish was necessary I
to decide second place. The
photo showed Royal Mustang
nosing out Ruhe.
The favorite, Battle Morn rid-
den by Eddie Arcaro, came home
fifth behind Phil D. who wound
up fourth.
Mameluke, the second choice,
wound up dead last and left the
track limping..,
A total of $1.294,474 were bet
on the race to wipe the previous
betting high of $1,253,042 set In
1947. ^
Rechichar Swats
Home Runs But
Football Is First
By NEA Service
KNOXVILLE. Tenn., May 5
(NEA). Bert Rechichar is the
bier gun of the Tennessee base-
ball team.
You remember him as an out-
standing wingback on the Volun-
teer football team that beat Tex-
n s in the Dallas Cotton Bowl, Jan.
1.
He was one of Brig-Gen. B.-b
Neyland'a rare 60-mlnute men,
the safety man on defense.
The Pittsburgh Pirates had him
up for a look-see last summir.
when he hit four balls out of
Forbes Field.
They'd stlll.-.llke to have him,
but Coach Neyahd has first call.
The Vola are leading ihe
Southeastern Conference base-
ball race mainly because uf
Rechlchar's bat, appear headed
for their first league champion-
ship In that sport.
He's hitting .344. has smacked
three home runs, one a grand-
slammer and all belted more than
400 feet on the fly.
La Slarza Scores
Impressive K. 0.
Over Vern Mitchell
NEW YORK, May 5 (UP).
Heavyweight contender Roland
La Starza knocked down Vern
Mitchell twice last night In the
eighth round to score a tech-
nical knockout at the St. Ni-
cholas Arena.
La Starza abandoned his usual
defensive style and attacked sa-
vagely like a tiger in the eighth
round. Referee Barney Felix
stopped the bout at 1:38 of the
round with Mitchell completely
battered and bleeding from the
nose and mouth.
Mitchell got up at the count of
seven after the first knockdown
but a vicious right to the chin
dropped him again. La Stars
weighed 189 while his opponent
lipped the scales at 189' i.
The Impressive win caused ex-
perts to consider La Starza a
strong contender for Ezzard
Charles' heavyweight crown.
Sunday's
Program
1st Race "C" Nat. Mile
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1W. Fleet J. Contreras 108
2H. es el Da H. Hurley 110
3Filigrana Jose Rod. Ill
4Mueco B. Aguirre 114
5Sincero J. Samanlego 114
6El Malo Ortega 105x
Left Handed Catcher Has Advantage With
Most Bunts Down Third-Base LineRickey
Redbirds Edge Phils In
11 Innings; Giants Win
By United Press
o
AWARD TO VETERAN MANAGER Elks' Champ pilot, Ed
(Pop) Townsend, left, receives the coveted Pacific Softball
League Trophy from Larry Bowman, official league scorer,
at the loop's annual dance staged at the El Rancho Garden
last week. Some two hundred softball supporters attended
the affair where recognition was also made to W. Jennings
Turner, best hitter, George Skinner, home run king and Frita
Cheney, the league's winnlngest hurler. Winner of the main
door prize was William E. LeBrun of Balboa.
(Photo by Joe Hiekey)
2nd Race "E" Nat. 6>A Fgs.
Purse: $275.60 Pool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1G. Patricia V. Arauz 108
2Bljagual G. Graell 112
3El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 104x
4Resorte M. Hurley 110
5Stella M. Guerrero 112
6Romntico V. Castillo 114
3rd Race "G" Imported4' Fgs.
Purse: $450.00Pool Closes: 1:43
One-Two
1Cup of Joy J. Contreras 114
2In Time E. Ortega 103,:
3Hob Nob F. Rose 112
4Fright V. Ortega 120
5Delhi Jose Rodriguez 112
6Interlude C. Chong 117x
Ith Race "F-l" Nat. 4'i Fgs.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes: :M
Quiniela
1La Prensa E. Darlo 107
2Vlllarreal G. Sanchez 115
3Don Catalino M. Guer 111
4Tap Dancer E. Ortega 117x
5Lonely Molly R. Vasquez 115
6Juan Hulncho J.Ruiz 119
7Caletal F. Rose 106
8Aqu Estoy M. Arosem. 100
9Pajarito V. Cerceno 109*
American League
Teams
New York .
Cleveland .
Washington .
Chicago . .
Boston . .
Detroit . .
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
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8
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Pet.
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Ji33
.500
.463
2.35
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National League
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Hortensia $6.40, $4. $2.40
2Don Pitln $4.80. $2.60.
3Mandinga $2.40.
SECOND RACE
1Dallda P. $2.20. $2.20.
2Pesadilla $2.20.
First Doubles: (Hurtenslp -
Dallda P.) $7.6.
THIRD RACE
1Helen B. $2.20. $2.40. $2.20.
2Casablanca $3.20. $2.20.
3Luck Ahead $2.20.
Third Race One-Two:
len B.-Casablanca) $8.
(Ile-
FOCRTH RACE
1Danescourt $6.80. $3.
2Fanglo $3.
Fourth Race Quiniela: (Dan
eseourt-Fanglo) $9.20.
FIFTH RACE
-Raymond $4. $2.60.
-Risita $3.
SIXTH RACE
1Prestigio $4.20. $2.80. $2 40.
2Navajo Trail $3.20, $2 40.
3Charier B. $3 20.
$4.40,
SEVENTH RACE
1Miss Cristina $6.80.
$2.20.
2Rossoning $4.60, $2.20.
3Islero $2.20.
Second Doubles: (Prestijlo-
Miss Cristina) $15.M.
EIGHTH RACE
1Pamphlet $6.40. $2.60. $2.20.
2Wild Wire $320, $2.20.
3Sismo $2.20.
Eighth Race Quiniela:
(Pamphlet-Wild Wire) $9.20.
5th Race "F" Imported Mil.-
Purse: $500.00Pool Closes: 2:55
1Paragon E.Campbell 11 lx
2-"aques J. Contreras 112
3Welsh Fox K. Flores 117
4Gris B. Aguirre 112
5Cobrador E. Corcho 1042
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Phlla. 000 000 0202 7
Cleveland 000 300 OOx3 4
Fowler (0-2), Martin (8) and
Murray. Garcia (2-0) and Hegan.
Wash. 000 000 0000 3 2
Chicago 001 121 20x7 10 2
Kuzava (2-2), Brown (7) ana
Okrle. Cain (1-2). Gumpert (7)
and Masl.
New Y. 20(10) 102 11017 21 1
8t. Louis 001 102 020 6 11 3
Raschl. (4-1), Ostrowskl <6)
and Berra. Johnson (O-D.Fannni
(3>, Medllnger (7). Herrera (P)
and Lollur, Klutta (3), Moss (8).
6th Race "I" Imported Hi Mile
Purse: $375.00Pool Closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Hanna M. Hurley 110
2Sand wood K. Flores 115
3Don Toto J. Contreras 112
4Beach Sun Jose Rod. Ill
5Don 8alomon M. Guer. 114
6Purple Spray R. Gomez 106
7Costina E. Darlo 101
(Eleven Innings
Bastn 002 100 021 017 18 4
Detroit 100 014 000 028 12 0
Scarborough, Nixon (6), Mas-
terson (7). McDermott (8), Ev-
ans (9). Taylor (0-3) (9) and Ro-
sar.Batts (7),Guerra (9).Hutch-
inson. Herbert (3-0) (9) and
[Ginsberg.
7th Race "D" ImportedVi, Mile
Purse: $600.00Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Polvorazo
2Microbio)
3Hualro)
4Daiquiri
5Curaca
V. Ortega 116
C.Ycara 110
B. Aguirre 120
J. Contreras 113
K. Flores 113
ith Race "H" ImportedVi Fs*.
Purse: $400.00Pool Closes: 4:40
Quiniela
1Gran Da J. Rodriguez 118
2Alfonslto C. Ycaza 120
3Hurlecano J. Contreras K'9
4Choice Brand K. Flores 112
5-Bendigo B. Aguirre 110
6rabe E. SUvera 101
7-Blumaha J- Cadogen 108
NINTH RACE
1 Silver Domino $3, $2.40.
2Betun $5.20.
Ninth Race One-Two:
(Silver Domino-Betun i $10.80.
TENTH' RACE
1Caaveral $3.80, $2 60, $2.20.
2Cacique $3 40, $2.20.
3 Embusteru $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Politico $300, $2.20.
2Campesino $2.20.
9th Race "II Imported 6'i Fgs.
Purse: $375.0*Pool Closes: 5:15
One-Two
1Flamenco 3- Cadogen 108
2C. Wesslyn E. Corcho 104x
3-Dark Dellte E. Sllvera 100
4-G0ld Cylle E. Ortega 103x
5El Mago B. Aguirre 110
6-Lim Lass J. Baexa Jr. 103x
7Tltom M. Turley 112
lth Race "B" Nat. 14 Eg
Purse: $354.04Fowl Closes: 5:40
1Marsellcsa B. Aguirre 114
2Elona M. Zeballos 110
3-Amazona E. Sllvera 110
4Batan F. Rose 114
5Golden Tip A. Valdivia 112
6Duque M. Arosemena 102
lllh Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00-Pool Closes: M
1Beduino R.Gomez n.i
2Mllros J. Contreras 110
3-Orlta C Chong 117x
4Armeno J. Cadogen 108
5Bartolo C Chaves H7i
BOBCATS BOUNCE
Athens. O. WsTA)' Ohio
l Diversity may have It* tastes1
football squad In many years.
WILLIAMSBURG, fa., (NEA).
Howard Smith. William and
Marv baeeealfj coaoAj^ajtalned
the squ;H Wm943. *9r
Teams W I. Pet.
St. Louis .... 0 5 .643
Boston.....12 8 .000
Brooklyn .... 10 8 .555
Pittsburgh .... 8 7 .533
Philadelphia 9 9 .500
Chicago .... 7 8 .467
Cincinnati ... 6 10 75
New York ... 7 13 .350
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 000 002 123 8 11 4
Brooklyn 230 000 61x12 13 0
Raifensberger (0-3),Byerly (2),
Blackburn (6), Peterson (7),
Blake (8) and Scheffing. Van
Cuyk (1-2), King (9) and Cam-
panella.
Chicago 000 000 0022 fl 2
Boston 000 000 0000 5 0
McLlsh (1-0) and Walker. Sain
(1-3) and Cooper.
Pittsburgh 000 300 0003 7 1
New York 000 242 OOx8 10 1
Koskl (0-1), Werle (5), Demp-
sey (7) and Fitzgerald. Reare,
Gcttel (4), Bowman (1-2) and
Noble.
(Eleven Innings)
St. Louis 200 000 010 014 10 0
Phila. 000 200 010 003 12 1
Monger, Staley (3-1) and Rice,
Garagiola (1). Johnson, Chrls-
tante (D.Konstanty (9) andWH-
ber.
Williamsburg. Va. (NEA)
William and Marv football coach
Rube McCray was an All-Ameri-
ca high school basketball player.
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PITTSBURGH. May 5 (NEA)
Before games, the Pirates'
warm-up shows fans something
the major leagues haven't seen
In 49 yaers
a left handed
catcher.
He Is Dale
Long, Branch
Rickey drafted
htm from the
Yankees' Blng-
hamton farm,
where he waa
a first base-
man.
"A left-hand-
ed catcher, yes
hut only our No.?
3," advises Gen- Branch Rickey
eral Mana g e r
Rickey. "We're not taking him
seriously."
Did Rickey mean he was no
good?
"No. no, don't get me wrong.
It's up to Bill Meyer how he's
usec".. But I mean he Isn't going
to break baseball wide open with
a fensattonal season."
"Not at all. I began looking
for- a left-handed catcher four
years ago."
Af a man who has demolished
many baseball traditions, Rickey
was on a favorite subject.
"The idea that a left-hander
cannot catch began years ago.
"In the earlV days of baseball,
almost everybody batted right-
handed. A left-handed catcher
had an obstacle, throwing past
a right-hand batter.
"Now there are clubs where
left-hand batters predominate.
We could have had eight left-
hand batters In the lineup In
Brooklyn. Sometimes we had
six. The Giants have had six.
There's no reason there can't be
a left-hand catcher under those
circumstances.
"In fact a left-handed catch-
er has an advantage on bunts.
Most bunts are down the third-
base line. A left-hander can pick
ud that bunt and throw to first
without turning.
"A right-hander has to turn
and throw.
"I haye in mind a man, in. our
system who may be the answer.
He's a pitcher. He has a* strong
arm. He's a very good hitter,
He's not fast enough for the
outfield, but he might hit well
enough to be In our lineup.
"Why not'make him a catch-
er?
"High school and sandlot
coaches get a left-hander, and
make him a first baseman,
pitcher or an outfielder.
"I believe there can be a left-
handed catcher In the major
leagues."
Left-handed catchers are so
rare they're listed In the record
book as oddities.
The last ones In the major
leagues were Joe Wall of the
Dodgers and John Donahue of
the Browne, who played In 1902.
NEW YORK, May 5 The Cardinals today regained
the top spot in the National League standings by virtue
of a thrilling 4-3 victory over the Phillies in eleven innings
at Philadelphia while the Braves were being humbled and
tumbled into second place at the hands of rookie Cal
McLish who blanked them on a five-hitter in Boston.
The Cardinals pushed over the
winning tally at the expense of
Big Jim Konstanty who cannot
egaln his 1050 form. Gerry Sta-
ley. who relieved George Munger
In the tenth, waa the wlnntr.
Wllber hit a homer for the los-
ers.
McLlsh won In a pitcher's bat-
tle against Johnny Sain. The con-
test was a scoreless tie entering
the ninth when the Cups pushed
over two runs to whip the Braves
2-0.
The Dodgers beat the Reds 12-
3 In a slugfest at Brooklyn. Chris
Van Cuyk was the winner, i;aln-
i Ing his first victory of the-season.
Ken Raffensberger was the los-
er. GH Hodges hit two homers for
the winners. Roy Campanel.'a
and Carl Abrams also homered
for the Dodgers. Johnny Wyros-
tek. Bob Adcock, and Bob Schef-
fln* all hit roundtrlppers for the
Reds.
The Giants continued their
winning ways, copping their
sixth in their last seven games.
This time at the expense of the
Pirates who they trounced 8-3.
Bob Bowman, who eaene on In
lellef of Jim Hearn and Alien
Gettel In the fifth, was the win-
ner. Koskl .was,the loser. Alvina
Dark and Hank Thompson honv.
ered for the winners. Gus Belf
homered for the losers.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Yankees kept up their
daughter of the weak Western
clubs as they walloped the
Browns 17-0. Vic Raschl had on
easy time winning his .fourth
game as la mates banged out 21
hits. Bobby Brown, Gil MacDou-
gald and Jackie Jensen homered
for the Yanks. Young hit a four-
bagger for the Browns.
The Tigers edged the Red Sox
8-7 In eleven Innings at Detroit.
Juan Franco Tips
By (LOCKER
jert relieved Cain In the seventh.
x got ten hits off
efforts of Bob
Rotblatt Hurled
Two Tw.nbllls
In Three Days
CHICAGO, May 5 (NEA).DV-
mlnutlve Marv Rotblatt, spec-
tacular recruit with the White
Spx, pitched doubleheaders on
Tuesday and Thursday of the
same week.
It happened while the flve-
foot-elght curve-ball artist was
in a Chicago high school. He won
both Tuesday games with one-
hit performances, lost the second
game Thursday.
Between game, he rested in the
shad? of a tree without so much
as changing his shirt.
"Just didn't know any better,"
he explains.
1White Fleet
2Resorte
3Interlude
4Joan Hulncho
5__Grisu
fiSandwQOd .
7Daiquiri
8Hurlecano
9Tltom
10 -Marsellesa
11Mllros
ONE BEST Mllros.
El Mao
| Stella
Cup Of Joy
Vlllarreal
Welsh Pox
Don Salomon
Curaca
Gran Dla
Goylto
Golden Tip
Armeno
HOl'SING PROBLEM
HIALEAH, Fla.,' (NEA). Hia-
leah Park, faced with a bumper
crop of baby flamingoes, is In for
a staggering housing problem
next season.
COOKS WELL, TOO
MANHATTAN, Kan., (NEA).
Jim Iverson, Kansas State basket-
ball star, Is the baseball team's
leading pitcher and a member of
the Student Council.
Harry Taylor, who came on In
the ninth, dropped his third
straight decision without a Win.
Rookie Ray Herbert copped hi
third In a row Without a loss.
Walt Dropo homered for the Red
Sox while Gerry Prlddy clouted
one for the Tigers.
Bob Cain and Randy Gumpert
teamed up to pitch a three-hit
shutout over the Senators. Gum-
Ee
The White Sox
the combined e
Kuzava, the loser, and Brown.
The White Sox won 7-0.
Mike Garcia scattered seven
hits as the Indians edged the
Athletics 3-2 at Cleveland. Dick.
Fowler, the loser, hurled the first
eight innings for the losers. Ed-
die Joost homered, for the AAA .
V Hoop League
ATLANTIC SIDE
The second week of play in
the Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA Warm-UjJ~League ended
when Navy Cpcb Solo edged out
a 48-45 victory over 794th B.
Btry. from Ft. Davis.
Neither team managed to get
mor* than a 3 point advantage at
any time during the game and
the outcome was in doubt right
up to the final whistle. Carfrey
of the Navy sank a foul shot in
the final minute of play to give
the Navy its first win of the ea-
son,
The 20th M. P. Co. now lead
the field In point standings for
the coveted Sportsmanship Tro-
phy with a 3.75 average. Ft. Davl
784th B. Btry. is close behind with
a 3.50 rating.
Cristobal Armed Servio* YMCA
WARM-UP League
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Won Lost
903rd D. Btry.......2 0
20th M. P. CO.......1 I
Navy Coco Solo .... 1 1
Usaroarlb School .... 1 1
784th B. Btry.......0 1
903rd C. Btry.......0 I
Refere*: Palumbo and Dou-
glas.
Scorer: Seymour.
Tuner: Davenport.
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Nats, Chisox Improve; Keep AL From Becoming Half A League
Dodgers' Quick Start Makes Dressen
New Peepul's Cherce In Brooklyn
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK, May 5 (NEA).
It didn't take Charles Waller
Dressen long to seH himself to
the Brooklyn crowd.
Charley Dressen was In like
Flynn when the early-season win-
ning streak was made sweeter by
the.sweeping of
a three- ame,
[week.- end set
[with the highly-
publicized
IGiants at the
I Polo Grounds. .
Three games
[were decided
by one run. two
In e x t r a In-
fnlngs, one wltn
the Braves going
16.
"As sure as
'shootln', Shoi-
e" ton would ha*e
lost em," said the Incredible Flat-
bush Inns.
There are a number of reasons
why Chuck Dressen has become
the. new Peepul's Cherce across
the bridges.
Twenty years of experience has
taught the 52-year-old Dressen
how to handle players.
He Is quick on the trigger with
winning ways.
He started well acquainted
with the Brooklyn stars, knew
Pallca, Hodges, Jackie Robinson,
8nldei and others In the chain.
He recommended Roy Campa-
nella.
Dressen put Clyde Sukeforth,
the old catcher, where he could
do the most good In the bull
pen Instead of using him as
a messenger boy.
Dressen is personally coaching
at tnird base, where the big base-
runnlng decisions are made.
The Ebbets Field faithful like
to see their guy out there run-
ning the works and fighting for
them.
Dressen is a Dodger at heart.
He believes that, with proper
handling, the Superbas will be
strongest where a lot of people
suspected they would be weak-
estin the pitching department.
He is confident his side will get
ample pitching from Newcombe,
Roe, Pallca until he is called by
the military, Hatten, Erskine and
Van cuyk, backed up by Branca,
Bankhead and Clyde King.
He Isn't afraid to use his aoe,
Don Newcombe, to save a key
game, or even pull one out of the
fire, as he did against the Giants.
"It only sets Newcombe's reg-
ular turn back one day," he ex-
plains.
Under Burt Shotton, Brooklyn
pitchers warmed up without a
coach.
Now when if s time for a change,
Dressen telephones Sukeforth,
and asks who has the most stuff.
Under Barney Shotton, Suke-
forth wasted his time in the dug-
out, giving signs. Now he's a cog
In the machine.
Shotton, In street clothes, had
to send Sukeforth out to talk
with a wobbling pitcher.
Now the uniformed Dressen Is
In the box quicker than you can
say Jackie Robinson, to find out
and Judge for himself.
Dressen doesn't hesitate to ask
a pitcher how he feels.
When Irv Palica retired the
side after relieving Joe Hatten
in the 12th inning against the
Braves, Dressen asked the Lomtta
Lollapalooza about his arm.
"It doesn't feel too loose," re-
plied Pallca.
In went Clyde King.
Chuck Dressen has an idea
that this bespectacled collegian,
back from Montreal, may be an-
other Jim Konstanty.
He certainly has. the Junk.
NEW YORK, May 5 (NEA)
The most pleasing thing on
the American League side this
spring Is the early foot shown
bv the Senators and White Sox.
The Chicago and Washington
outfits are not expected to
maintain the pace, of course,
but for the time being at least
they keep the Junior circuit
from being half a league.
That's what It was last year
four contender punishing
four push-overs.
Play Tennis Well And See The World
Says Busy Doubles Champion Talbert
By FRANK A. GODSOE
NEA Special Correspondent
NEW YORK, May 5 (NEA).
William F. Talbert's travels from
tennis tournament to tennis
tournament have taken him a
half million miles.
Much of this traveling has been
done since 1946.
Billy Talbert
[is one of the
I fore m o^t au-
thorities on the
] playing of ten-
nis doubles.
"What I've
Jseen, what I've
done, the places
|I've been,
I they're tremen-
' dous and unbe-
llevable," says
TB the winner of 28
"national cham-
t** plonshlps, 23 of
J Billy Talbert which were In
doubles. ,
He's played some wonderful
singles and better doubles in Ar-
gentina, Brazil, Mexico, Cuba,
Uruguay, Panama, Guatemala,
Trinidad, Nassau, Jamaica, the
United States and Canada on the
American continents.
A Junket to Europe included
England. France, Italy, Switzer-
land, Sweden. Denmark, Ger-
many the Netherlands, Belgium.
Spain, Portugal and Monaco.
' Other excursions have Includ-
ed stops In Australia, New Zeal-
and, Hawaii, the Canton and FIJI
Islands.
Among the people he has met,
played before and, In some caaej,
hobnobbed with, Include the Pope
of Rome, the King of Sweden, tho
Queen of England, the Prince of
v Monaco the presidents of Mex-
ico and Cuba and that fellow Pe-
rn, down in Argentina.
"Tennis opened doors no other
port could have done," says Ta.-
bert, who Is 32, married, a father
Ramblin' Recker
Runs Fast And
Far For Flyers
DAYTON, O., May 5 (NEA).
Hula-hlpped, 150-pound Bobby
Recker has Dayton football coach
Joey Gavin tearing up his line
buck plays following the lntra-
. squad game winding up spring
practice.
The sophomore they call Ram-
blin 's blew the game wide open
for the White team, which de-
feated the Blue, 38-0. He took
the game's first punt 75 yards
for a score, romped 41 to the end
zone, squirted 38 for the last
touchdown.
Ramblin' Recker assured him-
self of a berth In the Flyers'
' baikfield, ripping off 115 yards
from scrimmage in 11 tries.
Batting 1000,
Moore Quits Cold
ST LOUIS, (NEA). Terry
Moore, the former outfielder
couching the Cardinals, hada t
swung a bat all spring, but pick-
ed up a club while watching
Catcher Del Rice pitch batting
practice at Sportsman's Park.
Stepping In. he whacked Rice's
first offering 351 feet, high Into
the left-field bleachers, to the ac-
companiment of Redbird halos.
"That's all," said Moore, throw-
ing the bat away. "That gives
me a 1000 average for 1991. I
know when to quit."
and employed by a Wall Street
firm. His wife, Nancy, does pub-
licity for a fashionable Fifth
Avenue department store In New
York. Their son Is 18 months
old.
Billy's game hasn't deteriorat-
ed to any extent. But his Interest,
after a half million miles. 28
countries. 26 championships of
one kind or another and a
doubles record unmatched by noy
prwent-day player, t diminish-
ing, he admits.
In the last six years he has
played in 96 doubles tournaments,
reached the final 91 times, won
80 of taem.
Texas Athletic
Trouble Spread
Around League
AUSTIN, Tex., May 5 (NBA)
Statisticians find Southern Me-
thodist has caused most of
Texas' heartbreaks In South-
west Conference football.
Texas' toughest baseball foe
In the league Is Baylor. Ark-
ansas provides the sternest bas-
ketball competition. Texas A.
and M. complied the best track-
and-field record. Rice Is the
Longhorns' tennis nemesis.
No once In the loop has given
Texas much trouble in golf or
swimming.
No player has been any busier,
though Talbert Is a business man
first these days and a tennis
player second.
He owns the national Indoor
singles and doubles champion-
ships, is ranked first and second
in doubles' first with Tony Tra-
bert, 20-year-old University of
Cincinnati collegian from Billy's
old home town, Cincinnati, and
second with Gardnar Mulloy.
No other doubles player In his-
tory has been ranked first and
second at the same time.
Billy Talbert has been teaming
with Gardnar Mulloy rather of-
ten since 1942.
William And Mary
Has Nice Problem:
Which One Is Best!
WILLIAMSBURGH, Va Mav 5
(NEA)William and Mary foot-
ball coaches can't decide which
of their halfbacks. Ed Weber or
Tommy Roller, la better.
Both weigh a shade above
195 pounds and are sprinters.
Weber gets the edge on ex-
perience, being a senior, while
The Killer Roller Is but a so-
phomore. Both are from New
Jersey, Weber from Laurence
Harbor, Roller from Trenton.
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Rickey Aided
With Noren,
Al Carrasquel
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
Mantle Revives Talk Of Speed In Baseball;
Swanson, Archdeacon Flew Around Bases
TIM
( Irv Noren Gene Verble
It was positively disgraceful
second-division atrocities finish-
ing from 31 to 46 gamea back of
the champion Yankees.
Nothing more la expected of
the Browns and Athletics this
trip, so the AL can thank
Branch Rickey for being the
good provider.
It's funny, lns't It, that even
when you discuss the other
wheel, vou so frequently wind
up talking about the National
League's Mahatma. now busy
picking up the pieces and put-
ting them together In Pitts-
burgh, his third reconstruction
Job.
BROTHER RICKEY generally
1 regarded as the smartest man
In baseball.
But the old double talker
wouldn't have established that
reputation if years ago he had
started selling ball players like
Irving Arnold Noren and Alfon-
so Carrasquel.
The Brooklyn club would not
now have the problems in left
field and third base had not
Rickev peddled Irv Noren to the
Nats for $65,00 and Chico Car-
rasquel to the Pale Hose for
what turned out to be the bar-
gain basement tag of $35,000.
Shortstop Carrasquel would
have made a third baseman of
the Dodgers' Capt. Pee Wee
Reese.
The 23-year-old Venezuelan
was the darling of Chicago's
south side last spring before he
ever saw Comlskey Park.
80. you see. while Rickey
didn't mean to, he helped the
American League no end.
AFTER knocking off the
vaunted Red Sox, the Yankees
ran Into unexpected trouble in
Washington, where the world
champions dropped two games
By DAN DANIEL
NEA Special Correspondent
NEW YORK, May 5 (UP).If
Mickey Mantle has accomplished
nothing else, the Yankees' pheno-
menal recruit has revived Inter-
est In speed achievements in
baseball.
Not since Ben Chapman stole
61 bases In 1931 has there iicen
so much talk at the Stadium
about fast moving. In Brooklyn,
the aficionados are reminded of
Pistol Pete Reiser, when he came
up from Elmira In 1940.
Before Mantle starts doing any
base-stealing, he will have to
establish himself as a fixture on
the New York club.
In the meantime, he will spe-
cialize In bunting enterprises pat-
terned after the drag.
Precisely how fast Mantle can
run very HXely will be settled
in the not-too-distant future.
Possibly during the Old-Timers'
festivities with which the Yank-
ees will celebrate 50 years 0*
American League competition, In
June.
There Is talk of sending Mantle
against the record of 13 2/5 sec-
onds for circling the bases, held
In the majors by Evar Swanson
and in the minors by Maurice
Archdeacon.
Archdeacon set his mark lrt
1921, while with Rochester. Swan-
son turned in his mark. Sept. IS,
1929, when with the Reds.
Swanson was one of the great-
est all-around athletes yet seen
In the majors. At Lombard Col-
lege In Illinois, he held three rec-
ords9 4/5 seconds for the 100,
21 1/5 for the 220, and 23 feet In
the broad Jump.
Not until 1907 did major league
fans become Interested In feats
of speed. That summer, llttie
Tommy Leach of the Pirates set
the first official record for cir-
cling th bases at 14 1/5 seconds.
Three years later, Hans Lobert
challenged the mark, and a four-
man race was arranged. Lobert
and Ward Miller represented Cin-
cinnati and Vlnce Campbell and
Dots'Miller dashed for the Pi-
rates.
Lobert and Campbell were
caught In 14 seconds, and when
they ran off the tie, Hans clip-
ped the mark to 13 4/5. Leach
went after the new record, but son's figure.
could do no better than 14. With
slides to first and third, he made
it In 16 1/5, and that still stands.
George Washington Case of the
Senators, who stole 61 bases In
1943, never took a crack at Swan-
Managers usually do not in
courage speed tests as they fear
Injuries.
But this Mickey Mantle kid cun
scamper and the customer!
would like to know how fast.
Ebbets Field Is
Homer Factory
NEW YORK, May 5 (NEA)
If a hopeful, hungry expression
crosses the features of a long-
ball hitter when he hears the
words, Ebbets Field. It's under-
standable Just as is a pitch-
er's horror at the thought of the
Dodgers' playground.
More home runs were clouted
there than In any other park in
the 'Jig leagues. Tne Brooklyn
club accounted for 110 of the
207 round-trlppers hit there in
1950.
Even the maligned Polo
Grounds couldn't compete. The
Giants hit 84 of the 150 homers
manufactured there last season.
I
the first day and were lucky to
win one the third.
The chestv New York club
found the Senators hopped up
bv the pepper pot catcher,
Mickev Grasso, and with several
pros In the batting orderYost.
Coan, Noren, Vernon, Mele and
Dente.
Gene Verble. an emotional
shortstop up from Atlanta, had
Second Baseman Cass Michaels
in the dugout.
The White Sox aren't going to
be too bad. either, with a bat-
ting order composed of Carras-
quel, Floyd Baker. Zarllla, Zer-
nlal, Eddie Robinson. Nlarhos,
Jim Busby and Nelson Fox.
Young Busby hit .310 with Sa-
cramento, and doesn't have to
do anything like that here with
his coverage and arm In center
field.
Seeking more pitching, the
Senators and White Sox are Just
normal clubs.
When did you last hear of a
side with enough pitching?
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PAGE FOUR
THE SUNDAI AMERICAN
SUNDAY, MAY , 1M1
FOOD NEWS
by hnounCJbo
A weakly caluma erf ilupplm o**,
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DfcXlClOUS CHICKEN DINNER THE EASY WAY! That's What
you can expect when you buy quick-frozen Birds Eye Fryers. What
a .letting lo know you're getting absolute top quality poultry,
without having to pluck clean, draw or quarter the> bird before
you can cook it! You just open the neat Birds Eye package (after
thawing', take out the chicken pieces, roll them in flour and fry
them. It's as easv as that! Saves a lot of time, trouble and
you don't pay for extra poundage that's going to be thrown away.
very ounce of your Birds Eye Chicken goes to the table. You can
be positive of Us quality, too; each chicken is carefully elected
from the top half of poultry that has received a "Grade A" rating
from the U. S. Government. If your family loves fried chicken a
much as most families do. you'll want to serve It often. For variety,
and new, rapturous eating, try this wonderful recipe.
Chicken and Rice Hawaiian
1 Birds Eye Frying Chicken. Country Style, thawed
Flour seasoned with salt and pepper
3 tablespoons butter or other at
1 can HO'2 ounces) condtnsed cream of mushroom
soup 2 3 cup water
1 package {1-1/3 cups' Minute Rice
Vi cup drained canned crushed pineapple
Separate pieces of chicken, dry, and roll in seasoned flour. Saute
ha fat until brown on all sides. Remove from skillet, add soup and
2'3 cup water, and blend. Return chicken to skillet, cover, and
simmer 30 to 45 minutes, depending on size of chicken.
Meanwhile prepare Minute Rice as directed on the package. Let
stand 10 minutes. Add pineapple and stir gently with a fork.
Pile rice mixture in center of hot platter. Arrange chicken on top
of rice, and pour the gravy over the chicken. Garnish with avocado
slices and water cress. Makes 4 or 5 servings.
WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER A
BALANCED BREAKFAST? Ba-
con and eggs, hot-cakes? And do
you sometimes omit breakfast be-
cause you haven't time to pre-
pare these things? Then heres
news for you! A safe breakfast
Includes a fruit, a cereal, and
milk. With an orange or grape-
fruit to supply vitamin C, a bowl
of Grape-Nuts with whole milk
or cream for extra energy, pro-
tein, minerals, other vitamins,
etc., you have the basis for a
balanced, nourishing breakfast!
Post's Grape-Nuts has a unique,
nut-like flavor combined with
a orunchy, nut-like consistency.
There's a hint of malt in Its
flavor, too. So for body nourish-
ment, for working energy.-and
for wonderful, wonderful flavor,
treat your family to a Grape-
Nuts breakfast often.
CHOOSING A NAME for the
first flour ever made for cake-
baking must have been quite a
problem. But from our experi-
ence with Swans Down the
first and still the favorite
we'd say the choice was a good
jne. You know now beautifully
->ure-whlte a swan's plummage
S. Well, Swans Down Cake Flour
s Just as white, Just as beauti-
fully soft and fluffy. Pre-slfted
hrough real silk cloth to give
It an extra-fine texture. That's
why cakes baked with Swans
Down are always downy and
tender, light as a feather. When
you see the swan on the pack-
age, you know you're headed
for elegant baking!
WHO SAYS PARTIES SHOULD
BE GIVEN AT NIGHT? One of
the gayest ar easiest little ce-
lebrations you can plan for a
few friends is to give a Sunday
morning waffle party! It re-
quires only brief preparation,
It's very Inexpensive.. Prepare
your waffle batter In advance,
then set the table, and fill a
couple of pitchers with Log
Cabin Syrup. Take no chances
with your syrup on this occasion
I be sure it's rich, maple-flav-
ored Log Cabin! Poured smooth-
ly over crisp, crunchy waffles, It
makes any Sunday morning an
occasion to remember!
MENU PLANNING IS SO MUCH
EASIER when you take advant-
age of the help that experts can
give you! For instance, would
you like to have a free booklet
that tells you how to make
molds for salads and desserts
that includes recipes and
suggestions about food, party
Ideas, special garnishes? In 26
pages, "Dessert Magic" covers
points on cooking that may
never have occurred to you be-
fore and certainly many that
will be helpful. The makers qf
famous Jell-O desserts have
created this booklet, and you
may have a complimentary copy
if you'll mall the coupon be-
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Salads Go With Hot Season
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Staff Writer
Ujouna [-^artu-Ljoero Zreet J^rettu ^Yn ^atel
These hand-made party dresses for small girls are moderately-priced.
Young lady (left) is confident of her charm la dotted pink organdy
with pouch pockets. Big sister (center) wears malse broadcloth frock
with organdy collar and cuffs. Flower-lover (right) shreds daisies
In pale blue chambray smocked In pink. Baby dots of the pink
sprinkle the white batiste collar, which is ruffled in lace.
By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Staff Writer
NEW YORK (NEA) The
first party dress is, for a small
girl, as exciting as a first for-
mal to her older sister. Pretty
handmade dresses that are mo-
derately priced provide the an-
swer, then, both for her and for
her parents' budget.
These miniature party dresses
may have tiny French boleros,
may be In sheer white nylon
trimmed In nylon lace, may
have eyelet embroidery, touches
of lace, crisp collars and cuffs
in Dermanent-finlsh organdy.
For a two- year old, there's
pale blue chambray smocked In
pale pink and made frilly by a
white batiste collar edged in
lace. Or, she might wear dotted
pink organdy with miniature
pouch pockets. Both pockets and
collar are finished in spaghetti
scallops and fagoting.
Her older sister might, at the
advanced age of four, pick a
pinafore party dress in pal
yellow organdy with butterfly
ruffles over the shoulders. It's
touched by lace and has a
sweetheart neckline. Or, she can
be a party-goer in maize broad-
cloth, Its feather stitching in
pale blue. Its organdy collar and
cuffs ruffle din lace.
3o, JJ.* A W*h*9
JjoMe-JLife nlalernilu \Juthto C/larnorou6
For the skin that doesn't- like
heavy foundation
A sherr-as-mist powder base
IF you have a delicate complexion
that doesn't like a "coated"
look, choose this petal-soft,
greaseless foundation cream.
It gives you a make-up
that is always charmingly right
always in perfect taste.
Before powder, smooth on Pond's
Vanishing Cream lightly. It disap-
pears instantly, leaving only a
transparent, protective film that
holds powder beautifully for hoursl
leaaf flam op baton oiaao up
1 -Minute Moik of rond'i Vonbh-
Ine. Crtom Sp'tad c/iom lovlaaly
ver foe, eicept ytl. Toe
Mm i "Keroteiyfk" action aVt-
**rin off tkin rooahnoMoi and
eirt ponido*. Aftor ono minute,
tiewo off. So* tfio now door glow
to yovr tkin, foot iti now toftnou. ,
Year powder I smooth on moro
evenly toon ever!
"/ like my
make-up to 6o
M deluate.
For a foundation
I smooth on a
thin film
of Pond'i
f'tuushing
Cream,"... the
Marchioness of
Queensberry.
The Ideal Powder Bate, Pond's Vanishing Cream
Samuel Smug!
*nMcl Smut It smart, 'tis true.
If yea were be. you would be too!
Ham can always find good bays.
is iMffl Is U advertise!
Top Of Evening
Button Down
An Old Blouse
To give new glamor to an old
Jersey evening blouse, borrow a
leaf from the notebook of a
famed designer. He uses large
rhinestone buttons to outline
the off-shoulder neckline of a
blouse. It's a change which
you'll make in minutes and
which will allow you to dine
out looking chic.
The buttons vou'ean "find at
any notions counter. Their glit-
ter enhances the plain black
and gives an old blouse a new
dramatic flair. But when you
stud your blouse with these Jew-^
el-llke buttons, watch the other
Jewelry you wear. The buttons in
themselves create a necklace ef-
fect, s it's best to leave your
other sparklers In their Jewel
case.
NEW YORK(NEA)Mater-
nity clothes no longer appear to
be maternity clothes. It's taken
them a long time to evolve from
frumpish, dowdy dresses Into
fashions with a double-puf pose,
double life and real glamor. But
they've done It.
Further, these budget priced
clothes can stay on the Job in a
wardrobe after the baby has
come It used to be customary
for a mother-to-be to buy a
small wardrobe of maternity
clothes and throw them out or
give them awav when she no
longer needed them. Now. she
can get months of additional
wear from her suits and dress-
es and dusters.
The well-tailored crepe dress
in gold with a navy Jacket Is a
Rood starter for spring. The bo-
lero is linen, the dress Itself la
polka-dotted and can be worn
without the jacket. There are
many sun dresses for maternity
wardrobes this year, most of
them with Jackets.
A dark meen cotton has
woven plaid undertones that
make the dress look as If It's
shot through with sunshine. A
crisp white vestee. scalloped and
embroidered, presents a fresh,
sparkling look.
Oriental design appears in a
two-tone broadcloth dress In
pretty shades of lilac and purple
set off by a handsome dark
green cummerbund. There's a
mandarin collar. The front clos-
ing, to the waist, is by means of
small frogs.
Innocent printed voile with
scalloped white organdy collar,
black velvet belt and bow makes
a charming dress for a very
youthful mother to be. Cap
sleeves are breezy and becoming
for warm days ahead.
FISH AND VEGETABLE SALAD la a real eye-oatener.
Spring calls for dishes that
have sparkle and tang, that look
fresh, cool, crisp, to spark the
tired end-of-winter appetite. A
fish and vegetable salad, garn-
ished with green pepper slices,
tomatoes and olives, served on a
bed of crisp lettuce catches the
eve.
1 fih and Vegetable SaUd
(Serves 6)
Fish Layer: One half pound
white fish, cooked .cod, hake,
perch), U tablespoons butter, 3
tablespoon gelatin, IV2 cups
milk. 1 tablespoon gelatin, '.
cup cold water, salt and pepper,
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce.
Melt butter, add flour and
cook until thick, stirring con-
stantly. Soften gelatin in cold
water. Dissolve in hot sauce.
Season with salt, pepper and
Worcestershire sauce. Add fish;
pour into the bottom half of a
fish mold rinsed with cold wa-
ter: set In refrigerator.
Vegetable Layer: One table-
spoon unflavored gelatin, >/ cup
cold water, \\ cup boiling water,
1 bouillon cube. 1 tablespoon
minced"onion. 1 tablespoon chill
sauce. lVi cups club soda, well
chilled, 1 tablespoon chopped
parsley, 2/2 cup shredded car-
rot and celery.
Soften gelatin In cold water.
Dissolve bouillon cube in boiling
water; add to gelatin and stir
until gelatin Is dissolved. Add
onion, chill sauce; cool. Slowly
pour in chilled carbonated, wa-
ter. Add parsley, carrot and ce-
l#rv. Pour onto set fish layer
and return to refrigerator to set
firmly.
For a party luncheon, serve
with hot crisp rolls, chilhfd soft
drinks. Keep them iced until
Just before serving. Their tangy
carbonatlon i- better that way.
Egg Aspic
(serves 4)
Three hard-cooked eggs, Vi
cup cooked peas and carrots, 1
tablespoon gelatin tl envelope 1,
2 tablespoons cold water. 2
bouillon cubes, 1 cup boiling wa-
ter.
Slice eggs. Arrange in bottom
of 6-inch, buttered pie pah and
garnish with carrots and peas.
Fill with layers of sliced egg.
Soften gelatin In cold water. -
Dissolve bouillon cubes with
gelatin In boiling water. Pour
over srrs and chill in refriger-
ator until firm. Serve on lettuce
with mayonnaise dressing.
RUTH MILLETT Says
It's easy to say whether or not another woman has charm,
but a little harder to figure out whether or not you, yourself are
a charming woman.
You can do It, though, if you'll think these situations through
and answer honestly Just how you would meet them.
ONE. You go to a dull party. Would you sit and wonder why
you ever accepted in the first place and try to figure out how
early you can leave without seeming to be rude? Or would you
figure that the hostess needs some help in livening things up and
put yourself out to be as diverting and entertaining as possible?
TWO. A friend's husband asks you for suggestions before buy-
ing a gift for his wife, and afterwards the wife shows you the
gift proudly. Would you say, "I'm so glad you like it because Bob
telephoned me for some suggestions and I happened to remember
you had said you wanted such and such"? Or would you admire
the gift and let Bob's wife think how clever he was In getting Just
what she wanted?
THREE. You know a friend is in a low mood and needs cheer-
ing up and you Intend to do something about it. Would announce
your good intentions by saying: "I thought I'd come by and try
to cheer you up" or "I thought you needed to get out"? Or would
you do your good deed without letting it be known that you were
dogooding?
FOUR. You are In a group where another woman is being dis-
cussed. Would you point out something you don't like about her?
Or would you mention something about her that you find at-
tractive or admirable not in an "I-always-look-for-the-best-ln-
everybody" manner, which Is sure to be irritating to the others,
but in an offhand way that points up something really worth-
while abcrtft the other person?
Look for such situations in your everyday Ufe and notice how
you meet them. You may be surprised either because you art
more or less charming than you had always thought.
own
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^rrelp ful ^rrint
If vou dread sewing because
of the difficulties of working
buttonholes in thin materials,
vou may find this trick helpful.
After marking your buttonholes,
rub the wrong side of the fabric
at those points with white lib-
rary paste. Allow the paste to
dry thoroughly before vou begin
sewing, and you'll find the ma-
terial around the silt now has
enough body to work easily.
Haste makes waste, when you
eliminate rinsing to hurry on to
the drying of your glasses. Not
only to drying time shortened
\.'.ten your crystal has been
sluiced with clear, hot water,
but it also emerges clear and
sparkling undlmmed by dish-
water film.
Your best rule of kitchen
cleanliness Is to swish away dirt
as it appears. Particularly Is this
Tua for vour refrigerator. Don't
alt until defrosting time to
1 lean up spilled foods or liquids.
A quick swipe with luke-warm
sudsy water at the lime of the
accident will steal very little of
your refrigerator's cold, will save
you grief later on.
The washing of your plastic
shower curtainusuallv a cum-
bersome taskwill be easier if
you trv this method. Begin by
soaking It in a tub of sudsy wa-
ter until soil and soap deposits
are dissolved. Then rinse, and
dry the right and wrong sides
simultaneously soaking up
moisture with a bath towel held
in each hand.
Home-owners who wish to
achieve a professional look in
their creations might profit
from this tip from the experts.
Before laving out your pattern,
press vour material with a
steam Iron. Although it may ap-
pear wrinkle-free, you'll find
this extra smoothness will pay
dividends when you begin cut-
ting.
8ince muffin nans are used
for. baking cupcakes, rolls and
tart shells as well as muffins,
you should take this into consi-
deration when choosing a pan.
Medium-sized cups are usually
best for all-purpose use. A cup
2V Inches in diameter bv l'i
Inches in depth is a good size.
So too, Is a cup three inches
across and lVj inches deep.
Women Use Price
'Veto' To Aid
Budget Strain
Housewives are using their own
brand of "veto" power to cope
with runaway prices.
As guardians of the family bud-
get, women In all parts of the
country are going in for value
shopping. That simply means
women are determined to get
"the most for my dollar," says cte
An old blouse takes en new life
far evening wear with the addi-
tion of bbr rhinestone button*
W .OaelW OlwoOHi4oot
But you can wear earrings
v. 1tho.1t marring the over-all
look. To have earrings fit in
with your costume, use two
matching rhlnestpne buttons.
Pry off*the button shanks with
pliers, smooth the rough surface
with a nail file and fit the but-
tons with earring backs which
you can find at the dime store.
Use a household cement or me-
tal glue to Join backs and but-
tons and your earrings will stay
put permanently.
Bureau of Education on Fair
Trade, adding that the price
Jumps on almost all merchandise
puts quite a burden on them.
They nevertheless are making
headway through the price "ve-
to." .the power every consumer
has to choose between competing
brands of similar articles Uiat
are scud at varying prices.
If dissatisfied with one price.
housewives buy another brand
whose value is more to their lik-
ing, the bureau reports. Mo-e-
over, most manufacturers admit
that this veto is the most Im-
portant factor In setting theli
price*
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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Asst. Treasurer, Emily Malsbury;
Corresponding Secretary, Virgi-
nia Boney; Asst. Corresponding
Secretary; Edna Plummer; No-
minator, Mary Rocker.
Women'* Auxiliary Meet*
Tuesday at Union Church
The Reverend and Mr*. Jesse
Smith, who are visiting here af-
ter 40 years as missionaries in
Chile, will be In charge of the
program at the meeting f the
Balboa Union Church women's
Auxiliary Tuesday morning. The
meeting will follow a breakfast
at 9 a.m. Mothers who wish to
attend the meeting may leave
their children m the Church
Nursery. All women of the
Church and .their friends are in-
vited to the breakfast and meet-
ing.
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[Book (Briefs
MISS MARILYN ANITA JENNISON
JENNISON-WAGONER
KNGAGEMENT ANNOUCED
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jennison, Jr. of Balboa announce the
engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Anita, to Giuner
Young Waggoner, Jr., 1st Lieutenant, United States Army,
son of Mrs. Adelaide Nicholas Waggoner of Salisbury, North
Carolina, and Mr. G. Y. Waggoner of Suffolk, Virginia.
The bride-elect was graduated from Balboa High School
with the Class of 1949 and Is now a sophomore at Tufts
College, Medford, Massachusetts. She will return to" the
Isthmus at the close of the school year, arriving June 11,
and a mid-summer wedding is planned.
Lieutenant Waggoner, who is in the Finnace Corps, is
stationed with the Finance Office at Coroza!. He attended
the University of North Carolina and was graduated from
Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina.
Residents of Construction Days
Arriving Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Dll-
f ill of Detroit, Michigan, will ar-
rive Monday on the 8.8. "Pana-
ma" for a visit of ten days or
more with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
N. stoke* at Balboa Heights. Mrs.
Dllflll and Mrs. Stokes are cou-
sins.
Mr. and Mrs. Dllflll were re-
sidents of Empire in the Canal
Zone during Construction Days,
when he was employed by the
Panama Railroad Company. He
is now Vice-president of the De-
troit, Toledo and Ironton Rail-
road.
Captain and Mrs. Peacher
Entertaining Wednesday
Captain Robert W. Peacher, U.
S. N. and Mrs. Peacher, have Is-
sued Invitation* for a" cocktail
buffet which they are giving
Wednesday at the Hqtel Tlvoll.
Mrs. Eddy to Sail
Friday on 8.S. "Panama"
Mrs. Alace E. K. Eddy, of Pro-
vidence and New York who has
spent the winter with her son-
in-law and daughter, the former
Italian Minister to Panama and
Mrs. Lulgi Marian!, in Panama,
plans to sail Friday on the 8.8.
Panam."
Mr. and Mrs. Marlanl and their
daughter, Miss Qullana Marian!,
expect to leave for New York
about the 1st of June.
Jr. College Music Program
Thursday Evening
The Canal Zone Junior College
will present a Spring Program of
Music Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in
the Balboa High School-Junior
College Library.
Directed by Neil Branstetter,
the program will Include num-
bers by Bach, Handel, Haydn
and other compose! s, sung by a
mixed chorus of 46 voices. Miss
Carol Sergeant will be the ac-
companist and will also play two
piano solos by Chopin. A number
by Liszt will be played by Miss
Mary Margaret Dzoveltauskas.
By United Press
In any history of American
journalism the name of E. W.
Scripps is bound to figure pro-
minently. He founded news-
papers, acquired others and In-
creased his and his family's hold-
ings until his "empire" Included
nearly forty newspapers plus
many related journalistic enter-
prises. The climax of his career
was the founding, in 1907, of the
United Press, to secure "freedom
from the temptation of one huge
news monopoly." He considered It
his greatest achievement. Now,
25 years after his death, Scripps'
autobiography has been publish-
ed, consisting of random notes
which he kept on his personal
Ufe, his business ventures and
his philosophy. Edited by Charles
R. McCabe, husband, of one of
Scripps' granddaughters, this re-
vealing self-portrait 1* entitled
Damned Old Crank (Harper).
Scripps was proud of the ap-
pellation "crank," believing It
epitomized his distinction from
more ordinary men. He was
proud of most of his qualities
which he said included ah In-
ordinate capacity for liquor, ci-
gars, and the ability to choose
good executives and make money.
What this extraordinary person-
al account lacks In modesty and
warmth it makes up In frankness,
and constitutes an entertaining
and Instructive view of the pri-
vate life of one of the most
powerful figures in American
journalism...
Miss Master to Marry
Mr. Danford
Miss Joyce Masters, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Masters
of Kerrville, Texas, formerly of
Balboa, Is to be married in June
\fl Joe Danford, Jr.
Miss Masters was graduated
from Balboa High School with
the Class of 1949. Mr. Danford
was a student at the University
of Texas and was recently called
back to service ith the Air Force.
He is presently stationed at Enid,
Oklahoma.
College Club Elects Officer*
Monday Afternoon
The Canal Zone College Club
will meet at 3:45 p.m. Monday at
the Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Forces ervlce Center, for busi-
ness and the annual election of
officers. All members of the club
are urged to be present.
Hostesses This Week
At Little GaUery
The hostesses for this week at
the Pen Women's Little Gallery
in the Hotel Tlvoll are to be:
Tuesday, Mercedes Smith; Wed-
nesday, Betty Bentz; Thursday,
Elva Fairchlld- Friday, Gene
Simpson, and Saturday, Corlnne
Feeney.
>
Mr. and Mrs. Foley
Leaking Thi* Month
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Foley
of Balboa and their daughters,
Irene and Rita Marie, expect to
sail May 25 to make their home
in the United states. Mr. Foley,
wh0 has resigned from service
1th The Panama Canal, plans to
attend the University of Virginia
at Charlottsville.
Returning Monday
Mrs. Roger Greene of Ancon Is
among those returning to the
Isthmus tomorrow on the SB.
r Panama."
Informal Sunday Dances
At El Panama
. Starting today El Panama Ho-
tel will have In the Patio In-
formal cocktail dances Sunday
afternoons from 4 to 7 and buf-
let dinners and dancing from 7
to 9 8unday evenings.
Insurrection, by Llam O'Fla-
herty (Little, Brown): A tale of
romance and violence based on
the Irlah Easter Insurrection in
Dublin In 1916....
Clouds in the Wind, by F. L.
Green (Coward-McCann): The
story of Frank Chester and the
Impact of present day stresses
on his marriage and life. An a-
cute analysis of character.
Candies for Therese, by I. A. R.
Wylie ((Random House): Rich-
ard Clyde, posing as an artist in
a French village, seeks out a
traitor who turned his half-bro-
ther'and other resistance heroes
over to the Nazis during the oc-
cupation. The climax of the
search 1* as moving as It is un-
expected.....
. .Hangsman, by 8hlrley Jackson
Farrar, Straus and Young)
The emergence of a 17-year-old
girl from adolescence Is a time
of great emotional tumult, as
Natalie Waite discovered In this
sensitively told story.....
BEST SELLERS
Compiled by Publisher** Weekly
Fiction
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
Jame* Jones.
JOY 8TREET
. Frances Parkinson Keyes.
THE DISENCHANTED
Budd Schulberg.
MORNING JOURNEY
James Hilton.
RIVER OF THE 8UN
James Ramsay Ullman.
Non-Fiction
KON-TIKI
Thor Heyerdahl.
WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL
Jack Lalt and Lee Mortimer.
ROMMEL THE DESERT FOX
Brigadier Desmond Young.
THE FAIR SIDE OF PARADISE
Arthuh Mlzener.
LOOK YOUNGER, LIVE LONG-
ER
Gayelord Hauser.
OUT OF THIS WORLD
Lowell Thomas, Jr.
Commissary Promotion
Goes To G. N. Engelke
George N. Engelke will become
assistant general manager of the
Commissary Division May 13, as-
suming the position vacated by
the promotion of R. L. Sullivan
to General Manager last Oct.
Mr. Engelke has been Super-
visor of Retail Stores since Sept.
1945 and has been employed by
the Commissary Division for al-
most 40 years.
struction of forests, construction
of power dams, increasing popu-
lation; all are related and must
be understood by enough people
to make conservation possible.
This Is a primer toward that un-
derstanding....
Volume IV of The Journals of
Andre Gide, translated from the
French by Justin O'Brien
(Knopf) brings the publication
of his diary jottings up to June
10, 1949. Thi* volume reveals
Glde's reactions (between his
70th and 80th years) to the ev-
ents of World War II. the fall of
his native France, his flight to
and life In North Africa and the
Invasion of the Americans..,,
Garden Club Meeting
Tuesday Evening
The Cardenas River Garden
Club will meet for dinner Tues-
day at 5:30 at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Morgan
at Mlraf lores. Agne* Johnson will
give a talk on "Painting" and
her students of the palette group
will exhibit their paintings.
75th Anniversary To Be
Celebrated Next Sunday
.,., conKreiation of K o 1
aearith Israel will hold a ban-
fet next Sunday evening at the
union Club to celebrate the 75th
anniversary of th* founding In
Panama of the Kol Sheareth
Synagogue.
Woman's Club Luncheon
Wednesday at Hotel Tlvoll
The Balboa Woman's Club Is
holding Its Fifth Anniversary
Luncheon Wednesday at 12:30
p.m. at the Hotel Tlvoll. All mem-
bers are urged to be present and
to bring as many guest* as they
wish. A delightful luncheon and
program have been planned. Re-
servations for the luncheon may
be made by telephoning to Mrs.
Zelnick, Balboa 3722, Mrs. Riter,
Balboa 1210, Mrs. Kllpper, Bal-
boa 3096 or Mrs. Morrlll, Balboa
1409.
The following officers were
elected at the April meeting and
will be installed at the luncheon
Wednesday: President, Mildred
Morrlll; 1st Vice President, Batsy
Ryan; 2nd Vice President, Edna
Albright; Recording Secretary,
Dora Mlchaells; Asst. Recording
Secretary. Frances Cranf leld;
Treasurer, Florence Kllpper;
A thorough exposition of what
Is happening to our greatest na-
tural resourcewater1* con-
tained In WaterOr Your Life
by Arthur H. Carhart (Llppln-
cott). Written In a simple inter-
esting style, the book points to
vital problems concerning water
that must be solved In The not
too distant future. The Increas-
ing demands of industry on un-
derground water, the pollution
of streams erosion of top oil, de-
HERCULES
LUGGAGE MFG.
REPAIRS INITIALS KEYS
SHOWROOM
Ave. J. P. de la Ossa 4U
(Next to Bulck Agency)
Tel. z-1049
ANGELINAS
hat just unpacked
ENGLISH Crackers
of the Famous
Trade Mark
"CARRS"
CREAM CRACKERS
GINGER NUTS
CAFE NOIR
BRITISH WAFFERS
BOURBON
CUSTARD CREAM
EVEREST WAFFER
LEMON CREAM
' SHORTBREAD
ANGEMNrS
Liquor Dealers from 1890
Tel. 2-935C
PANAMA
Tel. 2-SJ5J
NEW YORK (UP) The art-
istic truth contained In the plc-
utres and sculptures of Amedeo
Modlgllanl has In common with
Chinese wisdom the fact that it
la revealed In paradoxical state-
ments.
Passionate voluptuousness Is
faired with ascetic lntellectuall-
y. Biting Irony 1* relieved by
sincere compassion. Burning col-
ors are encased In soft, melodi-
ous lines. Exaggeratedly elongat-
forms are presented with sophis-
ticated elegance.
in 1906 Modlgllanl left his na-
tive Italy. Be was 22, gifted,
handsome and tubercular. He
went to Paris. There he drove
himself from one love affair to
another. Narcotics and heavy
drinking spurred his highly In-
flammable phantasy and under-
mined his falling health.
From Italy he brought the
Leonardesque tradition that art
is perfection and that drawing
Is the fundament of art.
He never ceased to practice
the abstract art of drawing. Yet
his main Interest switched In
Paris to the most concrete art:
sculpture. He took up painting
after 1914 only. By then his dis-
cipline was strong enough to
master the rapturous sensuality
of color.
Modlgllanl was Interested ex-
clusively In people. He painted
Into their portraits hi* hatred of
the phlllstlne, hi* compassion
for the poor and his loyalty for
his friends. He painted Into his
nudes his insatiable desire of the
women he loved.
His year* were numbered and
he knew it. It was a race against
time for immortality. He died In
1920 at the age of 35.
His long overdue retrospective
at the Museum of Modern Art Is
the top show of the season.
-Paul Mocsanyl.
(S)killed Observers
BERLIN, May 5. (DP). Six
East German People's Police,
attending Red army maneuvers
In the-Soviet zone as observers,
were killed by artillery fire.
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.HE 8NDAI AMERICAN.
SUNDAY, MAT , 1951
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USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leava your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
IS words
3* each additional
wo/rf
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlyoll AT*.
Phon. t.ni
K1USKU DE LESSBTS
PUflt l,iep*
MORRISON'S
nie. 4 fourth of Jaly t
BOTICA C ARLTON
lo.M* Maleado* Ave.
PkHl m COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No tt We 12th Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Ka. n -II" street ruwi
Mo ail Ceatral Avt Colon
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
LUX
ENETIAN
BLINDS
Imr.iediate
Deliver?.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E 29th St
Ther4 are no better
Spray Painting Outfits
(fl[ Air Compressors
than
C \MPBELL-HAUSFELD
but
there are many that
cost a lot more.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
179 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
NOTICE
W wish lo iniorm Uie ihimIIc thai oui
UPHOLSTERING AND SUPCOVXR
SHOP-SHOWROOM i REOPENING
t our new iddrou: No 77 Jo* Faco.
de In Ow (Automobile Rnwi New
lelrphnne Panamo 3-4B28.
A. Her
LEICA CAMERAS
Model UK Synchronised
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
*T BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factor* Prices
PORRAS
Plaaa ft de Ma,yo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Lott 1948 Jeep Station
Wagon, duty poid, one owner, car
has been taken excellent cere. A-
1 condition throughout, overdrive,
good gas mileage. Call 3-1571.
House 147-B, 8th St. New Cris-
tobal.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet cooeh
new generator, clutch and bat-
tery. $250.00, 1948 Bulck Su-
per, original owner. Excellent con-
dition, $1.350.00. Tel. 2-3476,
Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 Nosh 600 4-Door
Sedan. One owner cor. 20,000
miles. Must se" by Monday. No
reasonable offer refused. Can fin-
ance. Coll 83-2294. 538-B. Cu-
rundu Heights. ,
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet in ex-
cellent condition, new tires, punc-
ture proof tubes, radio. $775.00.
Selling on account of buying new
cor. La Importadora Selecta, No.
51 H Straet. Telephone 2-1483.
FOR SALE:1949 Special De Luxe
Plymouth Tudor. Leather uphols-
tered, naw re-capped tires, new
battery. New condition in and out.
20.000 miles. 604-A. Cascodae
Rd.. Ancon. Phone 2-1275.
FOR SALE:1946 Oldsmobile Con-
vertible, Hydramotic, Radio. Duty
Poid. good condition, brand new
top. good tires $750. Balboa 1336.
Hi HOSPITAL
<2 VI Porn ( Kruni'loo Rd.I
.ere*, the hridr* on Hie rtrhi
I <-V ernaode> 1 veterinary
faur<-*. tn I? iwni> ,1 m It n n
Phone I-3I7S Panama
e\0 fco *' Panama
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a a mcnute
W.7HA POLAROID
Jgfd CAMERA
You snap the shutter then lilt oat
your finished, permanent picture m
minute liter. Yee. it's simple aa
that to ur the iminni new Pole roid
Caroers. No liguids. no dark room ...
e fuse .. .the flies Bakes the picture)
Mtorueticelly ee you advance it for
the aeit shot See it in action at
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoining International Hotel
THE LRKEVKr. CORP
Phone 2-3333
LOTS FOR SALS
Down Payment flea.
Monthly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street Iron. SI 00
vi Meter
For Rent: Heavy rnalp>m roej
around leveling
*e Rent t.ot on Lons term
Lot Clubs at S3 and U *e
tSSk
We have just
received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mirror-finish, with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
V.M. and "Admiral" 3-speed
record-changers for mod-
ernizing your consoles.
Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
nations.
HASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
Entrance lo Encanto Theatre.
Genuine Hudson ond Studeboker
parts; we still, corry a large stock
of replacements ports coll on
your old friends if repairing the
buggy. Tropicol Motors Inc. r
FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Special
De Luxe Coupe. Good condition,
original owner. new bottery and
lire*, $450. Coll Albrook 3107,
Quarters 80.
FOR SALE1941 Ford Coupe, en-
gine in excellent condition. 4 new
tires, duty, license ond insurance
paid for 1951. $600.00. Tel. Pon.
3-1565 between 4-7*p. m.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet 4 door
sedan in excellent repair. House
714-A, Prodo.
Oil Painting Class
At Balboa T To
Use Live Models.
The Oil Painting Class of 'he
Balboa YMCA is announcing R
new feature beginning 7 p.m
Monday.
This class, which began in
January, under the direction o
Mrs. Betty Bentz. well known
local artist, has been working
primarily in Still Life. Begin-
ning Monday, instruction will '.-e
niven in Portrait Painting with
live models.
New pupils are invited to join
the class at the beginning of
each month. For further inform-
ation call at the YMCA In per-
son or phone Balboa 2759 or ?839
Teenager Bemoans
Her Pet Steer
MEMPHIS, Tenn May 5 (UP)
Virginia Cox of Hollywood.
Miss., bemoans the fact that
she's ill washed UP In her cho-
sen profession at the age of 13.
Virginia says it was a cruel
quirk of nature that made her
too soft-hearted to become a pro-
fessional livestock exhibitor.
Virginia raised a prize-winning
Aberdeen-Angus steer for the
mid-south Junior livestock show.
After the show, the animal was
old for $488.
Virginia Isn't happy with the
money. She wishes she had her
gentle bovine, Buster back.
"Buster was almost human."
she cried as the animal was led
away. "Now he'll be a steakor
roast."
Virginia has had various other
Kstsbirds, stray kittens and
omeless puppies. She says she
missed them just as much when
they died or strayed as she did
when Buster was led away.
So Virginia figures she's all
washed up at the age of 13. Now
she'll have to pick out another
Krofesslon. one where you don't
eve to raise animals and then
part with them.
Imported
Canned Hams
PEK
DREWS
KRAKVS&
ATALANTA BRAND
are offered by
TACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phone 1000 Coln
MISCELLANEOUS
S> you have drinklnn precien?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
ox 2031 Aneen, C. Z.
Give mother a give of beauty.... A
permanent. A series of sham-
poos ond sets. A course of luxur-
ious face treatment. Speciol rotes
for mothers. Gift cords supplied.
Genell Bliss, Cocoli Beauty Shop.
Tel. 4-557.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
ond enamels. Mildew-ptoof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:One girl's bicycle, new
paint spray compressor l hoses
ond gun) 183-A. Gatwn, 5-476.
'OR SALE:Speed Graphic Comer,
2 1-2 x 3 1-4. flash and other
accessories. $105.00. Weston II
light meter, $15.00. Apt. G.
House 5757 Sibert St. Diablo Hgts.
:OR SALE:Woodstock Typewriter,
24 inch cornage. Excellent con-
dition. $35.00. Apt. G, bouse
5757 Sibert St. Diablo Hgts.
FOR SALE:4 tires Or tubes (used!
670 by 15. Hoover (new model).
All attachments, $30. House 620-
A, Cocol!.
GIVE AWAY:HAM radio trans-
mitter, 200 Worts, one 813 final,
pair 811 modulator, very fine
condition. Phone 2-0214, Panam.
FOR SALE: Boby carriage, cribs,
bassinette. Car bed and 2 chairs.
House 253-B. Gatun 5-463.
FOR SALE:Upright piano, radio &
record chonger, Dodge 3-4 tpn
Panel truck, boby bassinette. Phone
4451. House 157-A, Pedro Mi-
guel.
FOR SALE:German Shepherd Pup,
pure breed, house broken. Elec-
tric light plant 2.000 kilowatts,
perfect condition. Colon 1283-J.
FOR RENT:Cool bright apartment,
furnished-unfurnished. Only one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones 1I9I-J or 599-L.
FOR SALE:Registered Boxer Pup-
pies. Best American Bloodlines,
86-3142.
Baby orchids bouquet and corsages
for Mother's Day. Delivery, United
States orders accepted until May
10th. Panoma and Canal Zone
until May 13th. Orchid Gardens,
telephone 3-0771.
Wi'l trade or exchange for Cerrtera,
Radio, or any other acceptable
item, on almost new Photostatic
.Equipment, complete, for duplicat-
ing and copying documents, pho-
tos, letters, etc. Cost $150.00.
Phone 3-4603 Panama.
MERRILY MERRILY The
Madge Locke annual show of sing-
ing, doncing, fun and beauty, will
be presented at Y. M. C. A. Audi-
torium, Balboa, Fridoy Moy 1 1th.
Come all ond morvel ot the work
creoted and executed by one wo-
man. Admission 50 cents. Service-
men free, children holf price. Tic-
kets from pupils or ot the door.
MADGE LOCKE Wishes to pub-
licly thank the members of 'Mer-
rily Merrily* (her pupils) for
their splendid performance at
Cristobal April 27th. In spite girls-
aged from three to seventeen ar-
riving at the theotre to find dress-
ing rooms flooded out potio ditto
Pitched in ond dressed in any
corner without comment or grum-
ble 'Merrily .Merrily' hos been
acclaimed as the best yet of
Madge Lbckes reputation as teoch-
er and Producerthey learn not
only to donee and the ort of ex-
pression but they leorn the
trade of the theotre. Modge Locke
has been internotionolly known
many, many yeors don't miss
'Merrily Merrily' ot Balboa Fri-
doy May I 1 th.
VENETIAN BLINDS: Mode ta
to order repaired and refinished,
estimotes given. COLON WOOD
SERVICE. Tel. 543-L, 2003 ,7th.
street. Colon. R. P.
FO RSALE:2 Helene Curtis Em-
press dryers, 60 cycle, shompoo
Bowl & Choir. 2 dresseretts. Phone
382 or 8409, Coco Solo.
Moury's Orchid's Gardens. Orchids
for Mother's Day. Corsoges. bou-
quets. Shipments to United States.
Also local orders. Telephone Cris-
tobol 1033. Box 2404, Cristobal.
Smoll palms, potted plonts for
sole.
FOR SALE:Aquarium fishes, rasbo-
ros, olores, mollies, borbs, bet-
tes. Sword tails. No. I 1 Vio Espa-
rto, front Juon Fronco Stables.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:A Canal Zone, cor mo-
del 1940. 1941 or 1942. Send n-
formotion and price to P. O. Box
567 Ancon. C. Z.
WANTED:A used Conol Zone ear.
new model. Write including price
to P. O. Box 1474 Ancon, C. Z.
Wanted Position
Tull time position os maid. Present
employe leaving Moy 15. Sponish
ond English spoken. Phone 2-1275
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Specious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lown ond garden. Three bedrooms
. .with two bothroom, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
lorge kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, gar/.ge, two terrocei. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitllla and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom cholet. No.
32. 9th Street, Son Francisco. Te-
lephone 3-2633.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom lurnished
chalet, 2 porches, livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, $140.00.
Via Espaa No. 2021. Tel. 3-
0749.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet,3 bed-
rooms, spacious yard, at La Ca-
rrasquilla $125.00. Tel. 3-2145.
Miguel Hive.
RITIRED people. Will rent or sell
home or lot in SANTA CLARA or
CERRO CAMPANA. Very cheap.
Phone SHRAPNIL, Bolboo 2120.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMSRA APART-
MINTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom optortment
in Ricardo Arlas St. No. 8 (Cam-
po Alegre) apply on premise?.
FOR RENT Aportment. 13th St.
House 20, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Apartments of two
bedrooms, also of one bedoom,
with sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at No. 20, Via Espaa, see
De Costro No. 24, "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Panemi.-
FOR RENTApartments of one large
one smoll bedrooms, sitting-din-
ingroom, kitchen, bath, at No. 9.
44th Street Eost, Bella Vista, see
De Castro, No. 24 "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Ponami.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room. 2 bathrooms, porch.
No. 9, Nlconor Obarrio, B.85.00.
For information call telephone 3-
3195.
FOR RENTTwo modern apartments
waiting-diningroom, two bedrooms,
kitchen, mold's room, $90,00.
40th Street No, 13, telephone 3-
2087.
FOR RENTIn Bello Vista, nice
and cool oportment. Privte en-
tronce. 3-0276.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-dlningroom, servont
quarters, hot woter installation,
good location. Bella Vista 44th St.
No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Two room aportment
in new building No. 8048 lo-
coted on 10 1-2 St. Apply V. M
Osso ot, 12;! 80 Bolivor Aye., Co-
ton- no beji:; h ____.
SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:^o*=fOOf ouxillory sloop
NENA. See Rigby at Balboa Yacht
Club railwoy Sunday 6th. Moke on
offer.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALEGood income property
neor beach at Seocliff Acre, Con-
sisting of FOUP COMPLETELY
FURNISHED APARTMENTS (two
duplexes) and 3,500 meters of
high, level land; with woter ond
electricity. ONLY $7,200.00.
Terms to responsible buyer. Phone
Posey, Bolboo 2698.
San Bias To Have
Own Pavilion At
Colon May Fair
COLON. Mi.y 5. The San
Bias Indians will have their
own pavilion at the Colon May
Fair. The pavilion la being built
In the style of their Indian huts.
Samples of native Indian pro-
ducts and works of art will be on
exhibition at their pavilion dur-
ing the nine days of the Fair,
May 12 to May 20.
It was recently learned that a
delegation of 50 Indians from the
Ialand of Tigre, in San Bias, will
be arriving shortly at this city
to stage their native dances and
songs at the Fair grounds on the
inauguration night of the Fair,
and during several days there-
after.
The Panama Newspapermer.'s
Wlvos Club has announced that
!t wears the most colorful nailv?
dress at the Fair.
RESORTS
Casino Sonto Cloro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RIJRVA-
TIONS NECESSARY I En|oy brocing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Sal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT:Foster's furn'shec? cot-
tages, between Santj Clotr and
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3'42. Panarra
or see caretaker, /
hillias. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Box number 435, Balboa. Phone
Ponami 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gramlich's Santa Claro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567, -
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:9 ft. Westinghouse Re-
frigerotor. Porceloin inside ond
out. House 0566 Ancon, Apt. A.
Telephone Bolboo 3646. after 5.
00 p. m.
FOR SALE:Double bed, Simmons
Two dressers, chest of drawers,
Innefspring mattress, coil spring.
Simmons Studio Couch, choir, cof-
fee table, two book ceses, 6 pr.
drapes, dining table, card table,
Sunbeam toaster, electric iron, 50
piece set dinnerware, $225.00.
Electric mangle (De Luxe Ken-
more Ironerj almost new, $135-
00, phonograph RCA,, hond wind,
with records. $8.00, misc. toys,
good condition, priced low. Ansco
Speedex Folding Camera, $8.00.
Telephone 86-3292, Qtrs. 246,
Albrook.
FOR SALE:Ona "White Stor" stove
made by Norge, practically new,
$100.00 cosh. One ehrom table
formica top. 4 chrome choirs $65.
00. Tel. 87-314, Qtrs. 321-B Ft.
Clayton.
FOR SALE: Single bed, mople,
eorly Americon design, $25.00,
inquire 5615-B, Diablo Heights,
Canoi Zone.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. 25 cycle Fri-
gidoire. Good condition, $75.00.
Call after 4 p. m. or any time
Saturday ond $unday 5623-A
Hecker Ploce. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Mahogony livingroom
and diningroom furniture. House
0764-0, Williamson Place, Bol-
boo.
FOR SALE:_AII kinds of furniture,
4 burner stove, very cheap. Tele-
phone 3-2633.
FOR. SALE:9.6 cu. ft. Westing-
house Refrigerator. Large G. E.
washer 1949 model. Record ploy-
er with automatic changer. All
25 cycle. Solid mahogany double
bed. Lamps and other orticles
cheap. House 604-A Coscodos Rd.
Ancon. Phone 2-1275.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Keluinotor,
$135. Poir corved comphor chests
with drawers. $90 eoch. 25 cycle.
Easy Spindryer, $200. GoviJan
road 1550-K. Phone 2-6350.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:Comfortable residence,
part of which moy be used for
storehouse or show room. Reason-
able price. Regular transportation
ond telephone. Inquire Tel. 3-
0471. Apdo. 1045.
Simple Test Shows
Blind Spot In Eyes
SOUTHBRIDOE. Mass. (UP)
A little-known but extremely
Interesting quirk of vision is
the existence of a "blind spot"
in each eye. according to the
American Optical Co.
The Inner Image-receiving
portion of the eyes, technically
termed the retina, has a spot
roughly circular In shape and
approximately l'lflth of an Inch
in diameter which Is Incapable
o receiving Impressions.
This "blind, spot" is the point
where the optic nerve joins the
retina.
You are not conscious of the
spot far two reasons. They are
in slightly different locations in
each eye and their lack of sen-
sitive elements normally makes
It Impossible to perceive them.
You may prove the existence
of the blind spots for yourself
by this simple test. eMake a dot
and a cross about two inches
apart on a piece of paper. Cov-
er your left eye and look fixedly
at the dot. Hold the paper about
12 Inertes from your right eye
and slowly move the paper in.
Both the cross and dot are seen.
As you bring the paper gra-
dually closer the cross will dis-
appear at about eight inches.
Mi in!" the paper still closer and
it will reappear.

Canada Pushes Drive
Against Members Of
Jehovah's WHnesses
QUEBEC, May 6, (UP) Pre-
mier Maurice Duplessis today or-
dered a stepping up of the dma
against memberi of Jehovah's
Witnesses, a sect which he ac-
cuses of preaching sedition.
The Premier, who la also at-
torney general, ordered his Crov/n
attorney to "bring out all the
facts, events, circumstances and
situations which may show that
the Jehovah's Witnesses cam-
paign in Quebec Is seditious."
Duplessis said at his weekly
news conference; "The Jehovah's
Witnesses' pamphlets and other
campaign materials are a chul-
ienge to our people, our iiutitu-
llons, our religion (Roman Cath-
olicism i and our way of Hie."
He said some countries and
some Canadian provinces fojnd
no objection to the sect. "But in
Quebec the Jehovah'a witnesses
campaign U definitely edltlous
and Insulting."
Quebec Is a strongly Catholic
province.
Worms Enrich
Musk Professor
TAHLEJUAH, Okla. May 5
(UP)A college music professor
here has bridged the gap be-
tween waltzes and worms.
Lloyd K. Hetren, who d vides
his time between music classes
at Northeastern State College
and 30,000 hybrid red wiggle
to hls'.back yarff, Is proving
both proiesslpns ate profitable.
The wpriflT j30W.ever, promise
to be the more jWQlftable-
Herrn not onjy ells tne
wigglers to fishermen in whole-
sale quantities but sella the en-
riched dirt he grows them in
to farmers far ferlHizer.
The worm, however, promise
to be the more profitable.
Herrn says his worms are
valuable becauae they wiggle
much longer than the common
garden variety, after being
dunked on a fishhook.
"It's not the lie of the worm
that attracts the flah," Herrn
says. "It's the wiggle. Mine wig-
gle for IS minutes under wa-
ter._______________
Mysterious Lights
Bqfflc Virginia
SUFFOLK, Va. May 5 (UP)
A mysterious, glowing light that
has been seen along a rural
lane near here has touched oil
many reports. Similar ghoatly
apparitions are eald to appear
regularly In Tide-water, Virgi-
nia. ''.''.
The lights range from a weird
lantern that can be aeen swing-
ing In trees surrounding a coun-
try graveyard near Bacons
Castle on the James River to a
"ghost ship" that moves up a
salt, creek. ]
There have been reports of
swamp lights in marshes and
low country. Scientists attri-
bute the lights to decaying mat-
ter.
The strange light seen along
Jackson Roawi south of, 8uffolk
attracted such crowds that po-
lice investigated. The light was
seen by state police, court offi-
cials, reporters and others but
no explanation for,lt was found.
The light would vanish mys-
teriously as witnesses approch-
ed It. ^____
GI Wants His Coffee
Awl How. Army Finds
WASHINGTON. May 5 (UP)
United States soldiers get coffee
on an average of IB meali out
of each week's 21.
According to data complied
by the quartermaster general,
the Army's menus now Include
coffee at seven breakfasts, six
lunches and six suppers weete-
y. ,
The heavy emphasis on col-
fee as the warm beverage to be
served at the great majority of
meals was not arbitrary selec-
tion. Before the menus were se-
lected, the Army conducted "ac-
ceptability tests" to determine
preferences. In the case of
warm beverages, several popu-
lar types were made available
at hundreds of breakfasts,
lunches and suppers. Surveyji
teams observed how often each"
was selected. Similar tests were
conducted simultaneously' for
cold beverages and for food
Item.
As a result, In the warm be-
verage flajd, the Army now is-
sues the following quantities
per man each year: coffee, 28.5
pounds; cocoa 1.5 pounds; and
tea, 0.6 pounds.
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'WAR
CRIMINAL'
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week bookeeper with a construc-
tion firm operated bv his bro-
ther.
He served variously as Minis-
ter of the Interior. Minister of
Justice and President of the
State Council-during the short
lived Croation puppet regime.
' Yugoslav sources here said
Marshal Tito asked for Artuko-
vlch's extradition March 31. The
United State, did not answer
thfc request.
Federal authorities say they
know Artukovich is living here,
but he 1 nol wanted for de-
portation.
HI cousin, Peter Artukovich.
said the former official came to
this country on a temporary
permit, but effort are being
made to secure a permanent r.e-
sldenfj permit lor him.
MISS JOYCE ZEECK, formerly of Panama City, ha been
named queen of the' annual College Days celebration at Co-
lorado A M College in Fort Collins. The two day event
which features a big Intercollegiate rodeo, a streea parade, a
barbecue, and a dance, will be held May 18 and 19.
Take Care of Hose'
Women Counselleo1
CHICAGO, May 5 (UP) .Amer-
ican women could save "minions
of dollar a year" If they'd learn
how to buy and take care of
stocking, the president of a
large hosiery firm says.
Qustave Frankell said the
stocking has not been made that
"will survive washing in hot
water with strong soap, carelessly
dropped cigarette ashes, or the
rough grain of wooden chair
legs.."
Frankel thinks a lot of stock-
ings would be saved if women
would roll them down to the toe
before putting them on. Rough
finger nails and chapped hands
are two of the worst hazards to
hosiery, he said.
The other way to save money.
Franke said, Is to use heavier
stockings for every-day wear. No
woman can wear sheer stocking
for "strenuous, active wear ana
expect them to last," he said.

Wife, 71, Says Hubby
Is Playboy At 72
DECATUR, Oa. May I (UP)
Mrs. Bvle C. Ledbetter filed suit
for divorce from Emanuel D.
Ledbetter.
Mra Ledbetter charged In her
petition that her husband has
continuously received calls from
other women since their mar-
riage in 1048. She said she has
"reason to believe that the de-
fendant visits other women."
Mrs. Ledbetter Is 71 and her
husband Is 72.
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Hamburg and Scandinavian Ports
By the Express Cargo Liner
"STELLA MARINA"
SAILING MAY 4th.
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Two luxurious suites available)
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^Atlantic S^oety
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ton. Small tables were arranged
around the dance Iloor and on
the verandahs. Over a hundred
and forty students and guests at-
tended the dance.
Miss Bess Liter, faculty spon-
sor, assisted the students with
their plans for the successful
evening.
MISS HELEN LANEY WEDS MR. WALLACE RUSHING
Mr. and Mrs. Artkur Laaey, ( Chicago HelfhU Dlliiols,
announce the marriage f their daughter. Helen, f O tun.
to Mr. Wallace E. Rushing, of Margarita, son of the late Dr.
and Mrs. William E. Rushing of Augusta. Georgia
The wedding took place Saturday, May , at S-.M p.m.
at the home of Chaplain and Mrs. Morle Bergeson of Parran,
with Chaplain Bergeson performing the ceremony.
The bride chose for the occa-
sion n afternoon dress of blue
net styled with a circular skirt
I rimmed with graduated bands of
checked tissue gingham. The
bodice had short sleeves and a
tquare neckline finished with a
band of the gingham. She used
white accessories and had a
headdress of matching net and
white agapanthua. Her flowers
were white orchids.
Mrs. Grady Hardlson, of Mar-
garita, was the matron of honor.
She wore a pink Unen and lace
afternoon dress. Her flowers were
gardenias and she wore a floral
headdress.
Mr. Hardison was best man fm
Mr. Rushing.
Mrs. Elizabeth Rowley enter-
tained a group of friends with
dinner at the Hotel Washington
that evening to honor Mr. .-.nd
Mrs. Rushing. Tr# honorees cut
a white heart-shaped wedding
cake, which centered the tabla
and from which extended floral
sprays.
Mr. and Mrs. Rushing are well-
known on the Atlantic Side. Mrs.
Gatun Elementary School. Last
Rushing is the principal of the
vear she received her Master's de-
cree from Northwestern Univer-
sity at Evanston, Ullnols. Mr
Rushing is employed by the Com-
missary Division at Mount Hope.
They will be at home at Apar.-
ment 14, Building 217, Gatun. lor
the present.
Annual Junior-Senior Banquet
The hifihllght ol the social a:
fairs for the graduating clasw cf
the Cristobal High School Is the
Junior-Senior Banquet and dance
which was held at the Howl
Washington last evening.
The banquet was served in the
main dining room of the Hotel.
The large E-shaped table sea.ed
113 class members and guesrs
The officers of the class fnd
their guests formed the receiving
line Noel McGinn, vice-presi-
dent did the honors In the ab-
sence of the oresldent. who is u
the States. Also in the line were
Miss Marv Ann Hannlean, Mlsri
Martha Graham. Fran circo
Wong, Miss Nellie Holgerson and
Keith Moumblo'w.
Special guests were Dr. Law-
rence Johnson. Superintendent
of Schools and Mrs. Johnson, and
$ ihe director of Secondary Educa-
tion, Mr. S. E. Esser and Mrs. L*-
xer of Balboa, with members of
the faculty^ Mr. and Mrs. Raebttr i
.' BrlanE. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maedl
. Miss Jeanne Brown, Miss Adama-
I ry Anderson and Mr. and Mrj.
" Robert Woychick.
A spring theme was used and
' the clever hand-painted place-
I cards and programs were made
by Miss Virginia Fahle, Miss Do-
ra Welch and Miss Irma Leigns-
dier. under the direction of Miss
' Marv Worrell, art teacher.
The dance was held in the
ballroom of the Hotel Washli-7-
Vislting at Fort Gullck
Mrs. Marlon H. Burt of Colum-
bus, Georgia, has been the house
guast of Colonel and Mrs. James
K. Bowen of Fort Gullck.
Recent Departures
Mr. B. B. Gray of Gatun, was
among those sailing Friday for
the States. He Is en route to Mis-
souri and will be joined by his la-
mlly at a later date.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorow
Entertain with Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Dorow
entertained with an elaborate
cocktail party at their Cristobal
residence last evening.
The invited guests were: Cap-
tain and Mrs. L. L. Koekpe. Col.
and Mrs. James E. Bowen. Jr..
Captain and Mrs. Robert Fahle,
Captain and Mrs. John Schelbe-
lef, Col. and Mrs. James Pumiv-
eUv, Lt. and Mrs. W. D. Ronayne,
Mr. snd Mrs. William E. Adams
Mr. and Mrs,' Arthur Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Raymond.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Dan,
Mr. and Mrs. August Campbe".,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcelle Grln-
goire, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noou-
an. Captain Charles Fenton, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Whltaker, Mr.
and Mrs. John Blentierha&seK,
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Patino Lina-
res, Mr, and Mrs. Eustace Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henrique*.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henri-
quez, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth d?t
Vallee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Can-
ivmelo. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos d>
Estrada. Mr. and /rtrs. Bernard
Eibner. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Au-
bert. Mr. John Glancey. Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund MacVlttle, Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. MacSpa - Captain
and Mrs. J. M. Fahnestoek, Mr.
and Mrs. I*. J. Malla, Mr, and
Mrs L. V. MacKenzie. Mr. ar,d
Mrs Alvin Heyd., Mf. and Mr-.
Lee Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Brure
Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul
Sidebotham. of Bella Vista. Mr.
and Mrs. Basil Ford, Mr. and Mrs.
James Piala. Dr. and Mrs. Rafael
de Bovrle. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
Glider and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Jacobson of Pedro Miguel.
Bon Voyage Dinner Party
Mr. and Mr?. Caleb Clement of
Gatun, had as their guests for
dinner yesterday .Mr. and Mrs T.
Y7 Ebdon. 8r.. of Gamboa and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ebdon of Ga-
tun who are leaving In the near
future to reside in the States.
Their other guests were: Mr
and Mrs. T. J, Ebdon, Jr.,'Of Pe-
dro Miguel, with Dick and Tom,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Egolf. Mr.
and Mrs. George Egolf, Miss Bar-
bara Egolf. Bruce Scogglns. Jim
and Paul Ebdon and Mary and
Orln Clement.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eggor
and daughters of New Cristobal,
.ailed Friday on the Ancon to
visit Mrs. Egger's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. David 8. Huff in Ban-
dera, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Mllburn
and Miss Stephanie of Margarita,
left Friday to make their home
in California. Mr. Mllburn has re-
signed his position with the
Commissary Division.
Mr. Harry C. Walbrldge of Mar-
garita, with his children, Georae
and Sharon sailed on the Ancor
Mrs. Walbrldge, who is a member
of the nursing staff of the Colo;.
Hospital, will Join her family In
the near future.
Mr. Walbrldge has resigned his
position with the Industrial Bu-
reau.
I.A.W.C. Board Meeting
The Board of the Inter-Ame-
lcan Woman's Club will meet
Monday at 3:50 p.m. at the club
rriM'n".
American Eateries, Dishes
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Become Rage With Parisians
By THC'.UAS G. BARDIE
o
' PARIS, May 5 (UP>An Amer-
icans all-night "eatery" featur-
ing Boston baked beans and
Maryland fried chicken is the
new rage of Paris.
Arthur Rossette, an ex-marine,
opened his "Capricorn" restaur-
ant last week.
"I don't speak French and it
took me four days to train the
garcons to put water on the
tables but I'm already raking in
money," Rossette said.
Rossette is only one of many
Americans who have given Paris
night life that "American look"
since the war. His "eatery" draws
almost as many expatriate Amer-
- leans as Frenchmen.
An unmistakable Brooklyn-like
"hl-ya" rings out and a girl in
tight-fitting sweater and low
saddle shoes strides Into the
i "Capricorn" followed by a troupe
of American students and artists.
. The girl is Tadea Johnson,
once from Brooklyn, and now
"Honey" Johnson of Parisboth
Left and Right Banks. She oper-
ates the Mars Club In partner-
ship with Ben Benjamin of New
York. They pack In both French
and Americans nightly.
"It's tough opening an Ameri-
can-style place over here," Miss
Johnson said. "I had my own
place over in Montparnasse on
the Left Bank, but had to close
down because the neighbors
comolained of the noise .That
would seldom happen in New
York."
TAGAROPULOS
INDUSTRIES, S.A.
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Coln R. P.
Phones:
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FRESH MILK
FRESH BUTTER
RICH ICE CREAM
Everything
Inspected ky the
Health Department
Honey said she came over to
Europe in the fall of 1947 as a
singer for Duke E'lington's Or-
chestra. 8he never went home.
Negro Makes Good
Another American who has
successf ullv entered the Paris ca-
fe world is Gordon Heath, a
young Negro singer who made
his theatrical debut on Broadway
In "Deep Are the Roots" several
years ago.
His l'Abbaye Club, in the sha-
dows of the Left Bank landmark,
the Church of Saint Germain,
can hold only SO customers.'It is
packed every night.
Lisa Perrln, a statuesque blonde
from Billy Rose's Diamond
Horseshoe in New York, has
operated a "house boat" on the
Seine River in the middle of Pa-
ris for the past two years.
Small boats glide up to the rear
door and clients can sip Amer-
ican whiskies and soft drinks on
sofas, with the stars and stripes
over the door.*
Aa Honey summed lt up, "Paris
Is changing. It's not as gay as
the pre-war, 'lost generation'
days. Maybe both FrenrJi and
Americans are a bit more sub-
dued now."
Foreman Of Jury
Receives Threats
For Freeing Negro
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May S
(UP) The foreman of a jury
which freed a Negro murder de-
fendant and drew a stinging re-
buke from the judge said today
that he and his wife have re-
ceived threatening telephone
calls.
One caller said "We'll get you
for turning that Negro loose"
said Foreman Maurice H. Dlck-
steln, a jobber for plaster saints
and crucifixes.
Another voice asked Mrs.
Dlcksteln to let him sneak with
her "Negro-loving S.O.B. of a
ni">band," the foreman's wire
said.
But while some calls were
threatening, the Dlcksteins have
received "a million and 99 con-
gratulatorv calls," Mrs. Dlcksteln
aid. No threats had been re-
ceived last night.
Dlcksteln was foreman of a
jury that acquitted Alexander
Bloxom of the holdup murder
of Gordon Lamlnock, white fill-
ing station operator. The Ne-
gro's defense was that he went
to the, Dlact with another Ne-
ero, unaware of the robbery
plans, and took no part in the
shooting.
When the verdict came down
Circuit Judge Robert J. Wheeler
called lt "doot encouragement
to the faithful officers who
handled the case" and "a mis-
carriage -of justice."
Dlcksteln countered that the
all-male jury "couldn't have
?ent to the electric chair any
man white, black, green or
ourpl on the fllmsv evidence
the State nresented against
Alexander Bloxom."
DJekstein has lived In Blrm-
inebsm off and on for 35 years
and h-s lived seven vears at his
nreyent -address .although the
fomlJv orMnallv came from
"the east," Mrs. Dlcksteln said.
A A, Machine .Guns
Will Be On Display
During Defense Wk.
Units of the 65th AAA Gro>ip
will participate in observance < f
National Defense Week beginn-
ing May 12 and climaxing on
Armed Forces Day May 19.
Displayed on El Prado In Bal-
boa durine. the week and at A'-
brook Airforce Base on Armed
Forces Day will be material per-
tinent to the antiaircraft de-
fense of the Panama Canal.
The 90 millimeter and the 40
millimeter antiaircraft rifles w'.;i
simulate firing along with :hs
caliber .50 multiple mount ma-
chine guns.
The 38th radio controlled air-
plane target detachment planes,
always a enter of Interest to
Zonlans. will be exhibited on El
Prado May 12 and will actualy
be flown a target demonstration
on Armed Forces Day.
On the Atlantic side of the
Irthmus the 764th AAA Battalion
will Join with elements of .he
33rd Infantrv 45th Cavalry. 20th
Military Police, the U8ARCARIB
School and units of the Navy and
Air Force In an Armed Forces
Day display and parade at Coeo
Solo.
Present plans call for a display
of 120 and 90 millimeter antiair-
craft weapons with tractor and
wrecker equipment In addition
to a 40 millimeter AA gun com-
plete with fire control director.
Also from the 76th Battalion
arsenal will be displayed the now
Korea-famous quadruple mount
caliber .50 machine gun which
has proved so deadly against ihe
teds.
W I I". \\( |s( o
Betting commission-
ers and racing news
wire put out of
business. . Two
alleged gamblers in-
dicted for contempt
of Congress. .
New state crime
commission will be
formed.
Gam-
bling operations re-
duced. . Four big
policy operators In-
dicted on gambling
conspiracy charges
. . One police cap-
tain suspended, sev-
eral others trans-
ferred.
U. S.
attorney consider-
ing perjury indict-
ments against three
crime committee
witnesses.
G a m bier s duck
for cover. . City
council preparing
ordinance to forbid
publication of odds
on sporting events
Ex Mayor
O'Dwyer facing income tax
and perjury- Investigations.
. Water Commfssipner
James Moran ousted 2nd
indicted for perjury. . .
Gambler Frank Erickson
jailed . Frank CosteUo
facing threat of perjury and
deportation actions. . Joe
Adonis facing possible per-
jury and contempt charges.
Grand
jury investigat-
ing alleged alli-
ance between
police officials
and criminis.
. . Vice squad
leader commit-
ted suicide. . .
Detective Chief
George Richard-
son removed
from- command.
Federal Grand Jury
cleaned up gam-
bling, routed many
local hoodlums prior
to hearings. Kefau-
ver Committee
sought to link Ital-
ian Mafia and U. S.
dope traffic.
NEA Nevichort
Bookies on
the' run Official
misconduct proceedings
in progress against
Sheriff Dallas Barrel.
Madison County, 111.,
and Mayor Steve Mae-
ras and Police Chief
Barney Fraunsdorf of
Madison, III.
Gam-
bling closed down in
Jefferson Parish by
Sheriff Frank (King)
Clancy. . Three law
enforcement officials
indicted on charges of
bribery and corrupt
Influence. . Pinball
operations under in-
vestigation.
Sheriff Hugh
Culbreeth indicted and
suspended on charges
of accepting $1000
bribe to protect num-
bers racket_____
Local grand
jury indicted some 55
persons, including sev-
en deputy sheriffs, on
charges of gambling
and accepting bribes.
. Two sheriffs sus-
pended by governor.
S. Se G. gambling
syndicate folded.
Philly To Be Ready
If A-Bomb Comes
PHILADELPHIA. May 5 (UP)
The American Red Cross re-
porta all of Philadelphia's more
than 2,000,000 residents might
have to be evacuated in the
event of an atom bomb attack.
With that possibility in mind.
Red Cross officials designated
six suburban areas as centers
for medical care, feeding and
sheltering of the homeless.
About 100 schools would be used
as temporary shelters, as well as
other types of public buildings.
Red Cross leaders spent more
than two vears working out the
disaster blueprint. Th/ilr plans
call for a fleet of automobiles,
trucks, cabs, trains and even
private boats to carry out the
evacuation.
The Red Cross emphasized
that the plan was not intended
to set off any atom bomb
"scare."
"It has been proven time and
time again that people will react
with intelligence to any situa-
tion, no matter how bad, once
they realize there Is some guid-
ance," a spokesman said. "Oth-
erwise there will be panic and
mass hysteria conditions."
SENATOR KEFAUVER SWEPT HEREThe Newsmop above shows immediate concrete results of Senate Crimq
Committee investigation in 12 key cities. Indirectly, the committee is credited with losing the Democrats a U.S.
Senate seat in Illinois and a House seat in Missouri. It has thrown the national political spotlight on quiet, easy-
going Committee Chairman Estes Kefauver, D., Tenn., who has been mentioned as possible vice presidential can-J
didate in '52.
TWINS IN LOVE
WITH SAME MAN
Haw
Mi-1*!"* Finds De-th?
'n Traffic Increasing
LANSING, Mich. (UP). Mi-
chigan police and traffic offici-
als plan Intensified safety efforts
because 1950 accident repofes
showed last year's highway death
toll was the highest since 1941.
8tate pollen said 1.607 persons
lost Uves in 161,750 accidents
during 1950.
Fatalities increased 12 per cent
over the previous year, while the
number of accidents jumped 13
per cent. A total of 35,734 per-
sons were Injured during the
year, an increase of 10 per cent
over 1949.
More than half the fatal acci-
dents occurred during hours of
darkness and two out of five
deaths were caused in week-em.
travel.
Runs To Ones
STURGEON BAY. Wls. May 5.
(UP). Earl LaPlant Is number
one man around these parts a
more ways than one.
His office telephone number is
1; his ranch house telephone is
11; his city home is 111 and nls
daughter's tr.'ephone is 1111.
His autonnblle license phue
readi 1-11111; his station wag-
on's plate Is 1-111111.
Red Bandits In Malaya
Kill Ghurkas And Cops
SINGAPORE, May 5. (UP)
Six Ghurka soldiers and two
Malay policemen were kllld.
and four Ghurkas wounded, In
a clash with Communist guer-
rillas In Joliore. This Is the
guerrillas bloodiest attack in
Johore since last June.
Miami Police Probe
Four-Day Kidnapping
And $30,090 Ransom
MIAMI, Fla., May 5 (UP)
A former Rhode Island racket-
eer allegedly paid $30.00 Oran-
som for the return of his es-
tranged wife who police said
today may have been kidnapped
during the four days she was
missing.
Capt. H. G. Howard, chief of
Miami detectives, said he was
investigating a report that Mrs.
can Rosenfeld, 49, was grabbed
from her Cadillac convertible at
12:30 a. m. Monday. He said he
also was looking Into a report
that her husband, Louis Rosen-
feld, paid $30,000 in $50 and
$100 bills to the abductors in a
dark alley on the ocean front.
"But both denied to me that
they know anything about the
kidnapping," Capt. Howard said,
indicating that the couple was
threatened against talking to
police.
Rosenfeld. a partner in With-
rr's drug store on Miami Beach
and a former numbers man In
Providence. R. I., came here six
months ago.
Detective Howard said Mrs.
Rosenfeld disappeared early
Monday. She returned with her
sister last night with her hands
bound behind her back. The de-
tective said she was unharmed
but In a state of shock.
Difference In Clocks
Between Tokyo, US
MILWAUKEE, May 5 (UP)
gt. R. P. Borkovskl telephoned
from Tokyo to his home in Mil-
waukee and tslked to his mo-
ther and his sister, Christine.
Later the same evening a
friend asked Christine what the
sergeant had talked about.
"He was operated on tomro-
row." Cnrl-ulne rfDJJSfl. "and
just wahtrdVd leHQlfiow that
it came out
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Clock Stands Still
WEST CUMBERLAND, Ate.
May 5. (UP). Time stands still
at the dances In West Cumber-
land's community hall. The night
is always "Just beginning" be-
cause the hands of the big tva'l
dock are stuck at 7:40 o'clock.
The clock bears the printed ad-
vertisement of a Portland clock
repairer.
American Beauty Rose
Replaces Red Insignia
SYDNEY, Australia, May 5,
i UPAlex Chater, Sydney tat-
too artist," has thrown away his
hammer and sickle design.
"I haven't had a request for
lt In two years." he reported.
However, he is having a rush-
ing business In covering up such
emblems.
"Mostly
can Beau
said.
big red Ameri-
oyer them," he
How British Cavalry
Lost In Revolution
CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. May
5 (UPi A Revolutionary War
veteran still Is thriving here.
The veteran is the -famous Tar-
leton red oak. believed to be
between 400 and 500 years old.
Davey tree experts report lt is
kept In finest possible condi-
tion. It stands on property own-
ed by the Standard Oil Co. of
Virginia.
On June 4, 1781. a British
cavalryman. Banastre Tarleton,
set out with troops to capture
Gov. Thomas Jefferson and the
legislature. He might have suc-
ceeded, too. However, he pitch-
ed his tent under the inviting
branches of the oak just long
enough for a Revere-like ride
to warn the patriots by Capt.
Jack Jouett, of the Continental
Army.
Movies From 1893
Are Still On Display
ROCHE8TER. N. Y. May 3
(UP) Television fans who ge
a kick out of watching old-tim
movies on their sets might like
to have the choice available td
James Card.
Assistant curator in charge o
motion pictures at the George
Eastman House. Card can Hid
through an index and pick out
any one of 700 films ranging
through the early "sound" d*y
and back to 1893.
Reels of Charlie Chaplin, Ru
dilph Valentino and Theda Ba?
ra flickers are cataloged" wit
such rare movies as "Faust,?
with Emll Jannlngs, the onlj>
print of the show available ti
American audiences.
The earliest film in the coif
lection is Edison's "Fatima.*
produced In 1893. Most of the
films are "sllents, .including
Gloria Swanson In "Shifting
8ands," the actress' first dra
ni it le role after graduation
from Keystone Comedies.
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IE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY. MAY t, 1>51
Astaire, Powell Score As Brother-Sister]
Smging-DancingTeamlriRoyalWedding
Up And Down Bro adway Stem
Fred Astalre Is dancing 'on
the ceiling!. Jane Powell is
singing a royal parade of new
song hits, Peter Lawford. Sarah
Churchill i actress-daughter of
the famous Winston and Keen-
an Wynn are respectively in-
volved In the romantic and
comedy hl-Jlnks. That's the good
news of M-O-M's latest Tech-
nicolor musical. "Royal Wed-
! ding." which brings king-sized
entertainment to the Balboa
Theatre.
There is melodv and merrt-
1 ment in every sequence of this
.' smartly-designed offering, which
unfolds a captivating story of
' a brother-and-slster dance team
'scoring on the Broadway stane.
are asked to repeat their
J triumphs during the celebration
of a royal wedding in London.
'Ellen (Jane Powell, distaff
member of the team, becomes
' involved in a shipboard romance
I with the Jaunty Lord Brndale
(Peter Lawford). Tom (Fred As-
talre) meets his romantic water-
loo one thev reach England, in
the person of the London dan-
cer. Anne Ashmond (Sarah
Churchill). E v e r v muslcal-
comedv plot has to have a pro-
blem, and in this Instance, the
problem Is whether Tom and
Ellen should resist their ro-
mantic inclinations in order to
Srevent the dancing team from
reaking up. The conflict reach-
es its climax amid London's
colorful royal wedding celebra-
tion, and you will have to see
"Royal Wedding" to find out
whether Tom and Ellen resist
or not
Seldom has an M-G-M mus-
ical offered the plethora of song
and dance delight with which
this stellar production abounds
At this date It Is hardly neces-
sary to enlarge on Fred Astalre s
dancing wizardry. Sufficient to
say that he executes his foot-
work with his usual fastidious
dexterity in a wide variety 01
dances, with the nimble Miss
Powell as his partner for the
first time, and brings down the
house with two original specialty
numbers One. titled "You're All
the World to Me." has him
dancing on the walls and ceil-
ings of a room: a second, called
"Sunday Jumps." has him run-
ning wild amidst the parallel
bars, bunching bags and other
paraphernalia of a gymnasium!
It is Astalre In top form.
The attractive and talented
Jane Powell fulfills her most
ambitious assignment as As-
talre's song-and-dance partner.
British Film Review
LONDON. May 6VCOH "Tom
Brown's Schooldays." written bv
Thomas Hughes in the 1830s.
*nd dealing with Rugby School
in the time of its most famous
headmaster. Dr. Arnold, is an
English classic. It shows how a
small bov. thrown Into the
whirlpool of floggings, fagging
and bullying bv older boys,
learns bv courage and endur-
ance to become a man. This
famous story, once filmed In
Hollywood with Freddie Bartho-
lomew as Tom. has now been
rescreened bv Renown Pictures,
a British companv which has
had the immense advantage of
being allowed to produce manv
scenes at Rugby, with the co-
operation of masters and boys.
Tom is played bv John How-
ard Davles. whose wistful at-
tractiveness, so effective in
"Oliver Twist." Is hardly robust
enough. His friend East, a much
tougher type. Is excellently
portrayed bv John Charles-
worth, while John Forrest Is ex-
tremely effective as the fifth-
form bullv and cad. Flashman.
Dr. Arnold, whose reforms had
so much Influence on the Eng-
lish Public School system. Is a
somewhat shadowy figure in
this film, writes Joan Llttle-
fleld. but Robert Newton, his
sub-
and
natural ebullience much
dued. gives him weight
authority.
The settings and photography
are excellent and one does get
an authentic picture of the
school life of the period. "Tom
Brown's Schooldays" recently
had Its world premiere at the
Gaumont Theater. Haywarket.
London.
Anglo-American film co-
operation does not always lead
to good pictures; but Warner
Brothers' Technicolor version of
C. S. Forester's "CaDtaln Hora-
tio Hornblower. R. N.". made in
Britain last year with Holly-
wood's Gregory Peck as the
nautical hero, is an excellent
adventure story, which boys of
all ages should enjoy. Mr. peck's
performance Is admirable and
he is well supported bv many
British players. This film, di-
rected bv Raoul Walsh, recently
had, its United Kingdom pre-
1 mlere at the Warner Theater
London.
Three Act 'Melerdrammer
To Be Presented By Navy
"NELLIE LOVELACE" gazes with adoration and ]oy upon the
Beautiful face of her "Little Nell": while "Munro Murga-
troyd." the blackguard and scoundrel, stares into space
undoubtedly contemplating; some future skullduggery.
Mrs. Nancy Torbett (Nellie. LT Terrv Sweeney( Munro)
and Miss Susan Bledsoe (Little Nell), are members of the
cast of the three-act play. "Dirty Work At The Cross Roads,"
proceeds from which are to be donated to charity.
"Dirty Work At The Cross
Roads." a heart-rending, three-
act "melerdrammer" of the Vic-
torian stage, will be presented
bv the Naw Officers Wives'< b
oh-Mav 10. 11 and 12 at Cum-
mlngs Hall. 15th Naval District
This famous old tear-jerker
tells the story of the trials and
tribulations of an Innocent
young country girl, "Nellie Love-
lace." who is pursued bv that
despicable cad. "Munro Murga-
troyd," the villainous cltv slick-
er.
Munro, whose wife is "Ida
Rhlnegold." belle of New Haven
music halls, is most active
throughout the play. He tire-
lessly pursues the innocent
Nellie; poisons her mother:
drives the stalwart hero. "Adam
Oakhart." to drink: blackmails
the rich ::Mrs. Asterbllt": and
bewitches her daughter.'Leonle."
However. In spite of all of his
;leverlv woven and diabolic
lana, virtue triumphs, the villain
foiled(accompanied bv cries
t
of "Curses!!", and the ensuing
happy ending occurs in the third
act.
Entertainment scheduled to
be presented prior to curtain
time and between the acts of the
play will include the Singing
Walters, with accordion accom-
paniment bv Rear Admiral Al-
bert M. Bledsoe: a medlev ot
appropriately old. sad songs
sung bv Mrs. Betty Loeffler to
Captain C. O. Ollsson; an
Hawaiian number bv Mrs. Nell
Barrlngton. assisted bv Mrs.
Virginia Van der Maaten and
Mrs. Terrv Sprleeel: a taD dance
bv Lieutenant William T. Sprie-
gel: and. the highlight of the
entertainment, a Can-Can dance
bv eight 15th Naval District of-
ficers, suitably costumed.
The "girls of the chorus."
whose efforts are certain to be
appreciated and enloved bv all.
are being trained and directed
bv Miss Bea Alexander. Navy
civilian rnnloye.
British films will be specially
featured at the 1951 Edinburgh
International Film Festival, to
be held from August 18 to Sep-
tember 9. Some films specially
made for the Festival of Britain
will be shown, and there will
also be a retrospective program
of notable pictures which have
influenced the development ot
British documentary. As in 1950.
realist, documentary and ex-
perimental films from manv
countries will be shown. These
will probably include Robert
Flahertv's picture based on
Bach's Passion music, and new
films bv Alberto Cavalcantl and
Dr. Ludwig Berger.
Local-Rale Towns
Set Up First Aid
Civil Defense Work
COLON. May 5. Registration
is continuing In local-rate towns
for first aid training, which is
a part of civil defense prepara-
tions In this area. Since last
January various classes have
been organized.
Two new classes were opened
last week at the Pacific Club-
house with instructors Joseoh
Brvan and Kellog Whit tick In
Charge. More than 50 students
are now taking first aid instruc-
lons there.
Plans are now underway to
open a class at' the St. Mary's
Church at La Boca, and ons at
St. James In Red Tank. The two
groups are now conducting re-
els/ration and may go Into ses-
sion next week.
One class has been held in
Paraso, under the Instructions-f. Wants more stage experience.
"reston Blake.
Blake has announced that he-
'll start registration for new
training, and that anyone wish-
ing to enroll may contact him
at the Paraso school each even-
ing beginning May 7.
Silver City has put out many
lirst alders since January, and
Is currently training others In
>everal classec Efforts are being
Intensified to register mora
trainees.
People living in the areas of
Camp Coiner and Sliver City ure
irged to have themselves regis-
tered next week at the new lun-
cheonette.
Training clases for volun**^r
instructors who will serve dur-
ing the summer vacation recrea-
tion program will be opened next
week at La Boca, and Silver City
and more than holds tier own.
with her formidable co-star In
a brilliant array of songs writ-
ten for the new production by
Burton Lane and Alan Jay Lor-
ner. with the latter also respon-
sible for the screen play. Stand-
outs In the musical parade are
"Every Night at Seven," "How
Could You Believe Me," "Open
Your Eyes," "Happiest Day of
My. Life." "Too Late Now,"
"What a Lovely Day For a Wed-
ding" and the colorful "I Left
My Hat in Haiti," In which As-
talre and Miss Powell go native
with eighty Island dancing girls
Peter Lawford Is completely
engaging as the British aristo-
crat, Sarah Churchill proves a
delightful gift from across the
seas, who not only handles her
acting role adroitly but reveals
an unsuspected dancing ability
in a number with Astalre. And
the ever-reliable Keenan Wynn
supplies a good share of the
laughs in his dual role as the
Broadwav agent. Irving Klinger.
and his twin brother. Edgar
who takes charge of both the
professional and romantic af-
fairs of the dancing couple once
they have stepped off the boat
at Southampton.
Produced by Arthur Freed,
who has contributed an im-
pressive list of musical hits to
the screen, and directed by
Stanley Donen. "Royal Wed-
ding" provides entertainment fit
for a King.
NAUTICAL CAL-Movie star-
let Sandra Spei.ce is happy as s
herring at being chosen "Coast
Guard Queen." She's seen in t
New York nautical setting aftei
netting the title. By a strangt
coincidence, she makes her fllrr
debut in a picture called "Th
Fighting Coast Gusrd."
\By JACK OAVES
United Press Staff
Correspondent
NEW YORK, May 5 (UP>-
Plans are shaping rapidly for
the movie to be made this sum-
mer by Lester Cowan. Hollywood
producer, for the Council of the
Living Theater.
Such stars as Katherlne
, Cornel), Olivia de Havllland, Jose
f Ferrer. John Garfleld and Bettv
I Field will portray themselves in
the movie. Sherwood's $50.000
i story fee was turned over to the
council, which will use all pro-
fits from the picture to bolster
the theater throughout "the
countrv and help new talent.
"Main Street to Broadway" Is
the title of the picture, which
will be filmed In New York. The
story is constructed so as to in-
volve actual stage stars and
New York theaters In the plot
Miss de Havllland. for example,
will appear both as herself nnd
as Juliet in a scene from "Ro-
meo and Juliet." In which she is
now appearing at the Broad-
hurst Theater.
Miss Cornell, who has refused
film offers throughout her
career, will be making her first
extended appearance In a movie
In connection with her work to
help young talent. She also will
do a scene from one of her stage
successes. i
Actually. Miss Cornell once
appeared fleetlnglv In a movie
She was one ot the celebrities,
dishing out food to soldiers in
"Stage Door Canteen," made
during World War II.
The film is part of the Coun-
cil's activities In behalf of the
observance of the bicentennial
of the American theater.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA).-Norma
Shearer, playing Elizabeth Tay-
lor's mother. It's in the card file
marked "Comebacks" at MOM.
Norma, one-time queen of MGM's
celluloid, has been looking for
the "right" role for some time.

Ida Luplno's swan song as a
movie queen may be the forth-
coming "Terror," but there will
be no official announcement of
Ida'e retirement.
"I hate actors who're always
retiring from the screen until the
next good picture comes along."
Ida told me. "But unless some-
thing worthwhile presents Itself,
I won't act again.'1

The grapevine is whispering
that Sue Carol will hold produc-
er's reins when Alan Ladd's Pa-
ramount contract ends and be
gets around to making his first
independent picture. The Ladd
deal at Warners is for one movie
a year for a decade.

Mystery about Gail Russell's
Paramount contract deepened.
She's drawing weekly paychecks,
but hasn't been assigned a movie
role since she was taken out of
the cast of a buckskin opus
months ago.

Musical madman Spike Jones
has done it again. He'll Introduce
an octopus that plays six clari-
nets when he opens at the St.
Francis Hotel in San Francisco
Tuesday night. Yep, It's done
with wires.

Bethel Leslie, Helen Hayes, pro-
tege, turned down the contract
offer made by Sam Goldwyn.
A Movletown whisper is that
Dr. Lew Morrill, lately linked
with Liz Taylor and Rhonda
Fleming, will reconcile with his
wife. They have a three-year-old
son... Marie Windsor, who hand-
ed the engagement ring back to
Alex Runclman and sashayed
out with Bob Taylor, was back
with Alex at a local spot the other
^^KEflnr
night ... It schedules permit,
Dean Jagger will whisk from "My
Son John" to RKO's "Cowpoke."

MGM's press agents haven't re.
leased any information on what
the 200 women who cavort with
Robert Taylor in "Westward the
Women" will wear under their
Mother Hubbards in freezing lo-
cation temperatures in Utah.
So I asked Denisc Darcel, who's
Bob's leading lady in the film.
"I don't know, honee," giggled
Denlse, "bot no red flannels for
me, pllss. I could be frlaelng. Bot
I nevaire wear anyzing laic zat.
I'm rogged!"
The French bonfire credits TV
with keeping her In the wild blue
yonder after the hoopla over her
sweater girl temptress role In
"Battleground" faded.
"Ees mak me known to Amerl-
calne pooblic, honee," she gush-
ed. "Tallowlshon is terrific." ;

Claudette Colbert's IV appear-
ance with Jack Benny threw Hol-
lywood's glamor babes into emer-
gency when-should-we-leap,-too,
huddles. Of all the dolls who
worry about how they photo-
graph. Claudette s No. 1 ... Frank
Sinatra's weekend flights from
New York to Hollywoodto see
Ava are costing him $500 a week
just for fares. He leaves N. Y.
every Saturday night, returns on
Wednesday.
Dick Powell Isn't worried about
public acceptance to his role of
a dog that dies and returns to
earth as a human in UI's "One
Never Knows." Grins Dick: "He
acts like a human being with just
a few little dog characteristics."
Dick's next: "I Just hope I won't
be co-starred with Lassie."
I asked him about wifey June
Allvson's retirement rumors.
"You better talk to her," he said,
"but I'll teU you this: She'd just
as soon stay home."

Short Takes: Howard Keel's
ex-wlfe. Rosemary, is back In
town after living in Arizona for
a year... Alice Faye Is still nix-
Salvation Army
Area Chief Notes
Progress Here
Colonel William P. Sanscnv
Territorial Commander of The
Salvation Army In Central Ame-
rica and the West Indies, has i e-
turned to his headquarters in Ja-
maica after his inspection tour
of The Salvation Army's work In
the Canal Zone and the Repub-
lic of Panama.
All meetings here were well
attended and the Colonel was
Impressed with the progress
made since his last visit .wo
vears ago.
In the final meeting In the La
Boca hall Colonel Sansom stated
that this progress had been re-
cognized at Headquarters. Inas-
much as two special awards h>d
been made.
The Territorial Shield for Pi ti-
gress in Youth Activities, which
during last year was in the pos-
session of the British Guiana Di-
vision, has been awarded to The
Salvation Army here.
Mrs. Colonel Sansom announced
that the Colon Central Home
League, which is the women's
branch, had been awarded First
Prize for progress made during
1950.
To these anouncements Malor
H F Tucker. Sectional Office-,
added another bv stating that
the Sectional Young People's
Shield, held last year by La Boca
Corps, had been awarded to Pan-
ama City Corps.
lng move offerswants to stay
home with the children .. "The
Babe Ruth Story" will be re-
issued next month . Harold
Lloyd is talking plans to start in
a British-made movie.
It's John Boles in the role of
"Pop" in a TVerslon of "Date
With Judy" .. Charley Chaplin
Just celebrated his 62nd birthday.
... Jimmy Stewart talking about
his radio appearance with Mar-
garet Truman.
"It only goes to prove what a
great country this Is. I Vote Re-
publican and work with Tru-
man's daughter."

Mickey Rooney's latest Is young
actress Norman Eberhardt .
Belle Baker's son, Herb, has turn-
ed to movie writing . Joan
Crawford's sudden passion for
radio showsafter suffering frem
mike fright for yearshas Holly-
wood wondering. Is it a warmup
fof TV?
f,
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Negro Group Turned
Down On Appeal To
Be At Rane Hearing
NEW YORK. May 5 fUP)
The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
announced today that Mississippi
Governor Fielding L. Wright had
refused Its request to be repre-
sented at a clemency hearing
for Willie McGee. sentenced to
die on May 8 for a rape convlc-
Thurgood Marshall, NAACP
special counsel, said the organ-
ization had asked permission to
send Its Southwest original
counsel to the hearing. He said
Wright advised him that the
hearing would be "limited to at-
torneys of record."
Marshall said he had sent the
following reply to Wright:
"We sincerely regret inability |
to present our views and argu- I
ments on behalf of our Consti-
tutional and An.erlcan principals |
of equal Justice. From our in ves-
tlgatlon. It Is apparent that
whereas laws of Mississippi pro-
vide for death penalty in rape
cases, death penalty Is In fact
only given to Negroes. This un-
equal application of Mississippi
laws is not in keeping with Am-
erican idea of equal Justice
vouchsafed by otsr Constitution
Hope that this view will be con- I
sldered In clemency hearing."
The Theater Club, Inc., com-
posed of some 200 avid playgoers,
has selected Clifford Odets' "The
Country Girl" as the best play
of the 1950-51 season.
The first of the summer thea-
ter announcements has come
from the Bucks County Play-
house at New Hope. Pa,, which
will start its 11th season under
Theron Bamberger*s manager-
ship on June 8.
The team of Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammersteln is now
grossing $101,800 weekly with
vlngton. Ann Stubblefleld. and
Shirley Vander DIJs Valse Ro-
muntique.
Fort Kobbe mess hails will
prepare a buffet supper for visit-
ors and stoor-prlzes will be given
away.
These will be donated by. Al-
macenes 5 ic 10, Dagmar, Lews
Servir, Samuel Friedman, Un-
iversa. Export Corporation. Cat-*
Fastlkh. Alberto Ghltls. French
Bazaar. American Bazaar And
Casa Foster, all Panama business
concerns.
their two New York production.
"South Pacific" and 'The King
and l!" which are In theatms
immediately opposite each other
in West Forty-fourth Street.
Makes it convenient to collect;
the money.
"South Pacific" has just fin-
ished its second year still main-
taining a weekly pace of 850.800.
which Includes all the standees
permitted. "The King and I"
started off as an Immediate
smash hit March 29 and takes
in 851,000 weekly; no standees
permitted In its theater.
On The Records
NEW YORK, (UP). "Lullaby
of Broadway" features Doris Doy
in a Columbia Records collect !o>i
of new and old songs from the
Warner Brothers musical of the
same name. Miss Day's peppy
singing of the title song, first
neard in the movie "Gold Diggers
Of 1935," is about the best in l|o
album. Other good tunes are Ger-
shwin's "Somebody Loves Me"
and Cole Porter's "Just One of
Those Things.'!
"Ella Sings Gershwin," a Decca
album, presents n excellent
show-casing of fabulous-voiced
Ella Fitzgerald on eight songs by
George Oesshwin. The Virgin:a
orphan who rose to be one uf
the top female vocalists of the
day 1 at her best on "Somtofle
to Watch Over Me," "Maybe"
"I've Got a Crush On You" ard
"Looking for a Boy."
"Claude Thornhlll Encores.
a Columbia album, has eight |
sides of band music primarily I
featuring ThornhUl's piano ar- !
tistry. Among the numbers nta
"Sleep y' Serenade," "Whip-
poor-will," "Lover Man" ana
"Happy Stranger."
Capitol records has a new gad-
get that should appeal to 'ho
small fry. It is a record envelop*
designed as a television set. with
a rotating disk with which a child
may revolve pictures o the chai -
acters on the record Into view on
a pretend-TV screen. Two of th*
records packaged this way ar*
"Panchitothe Little Burro" and
TeengThe Laughing Hyena."
New Singles:
Pee Wee Hunt has some fine
instrumental Jazz on "Sug?r
I Blue'." (Capitol i .. Woody Hefc-
man's Orchestra's latest aflk
Fort Kobbe Service
Club Plans Birthday
Party l%r Today
The United States Army Carib-
bean Service Club at Fort Kobbe
will celebrate the first anlver*,ry
of its activation Sunday.
The special anniversary pro-
gram, which runs from 4:000 p m.
until 8:00. p.m. will consist uf
varied performances by local ta-
lent as well as dance music sup-
plied by the 71st Army Band.
Club director M. Sgt. Ralph O.
Herbert and club hostess Mrs.
Doris B. Calwell will be the of-
ficial host and hostess for the
celebration.
Through trie courtesy of the
Psnama Tourist Commission the
"Conjunto Pllcet" a group of
native dancers and singers will
give an exhibition of the Pan-
amanian dances and music.
Dany Cox, tenor; will sing a
group ot songs, and completing
the program through the court-
esy of Anna Ludmila 'Mrs. How-
arc1 Gee) the student* of "The
Nittlonal Dance School of Pan-
ama' will perform the following
dances; Miss Shirley Van rirr
Dils LE'phemere; Miss Karen
Magnuson Swan Lake; MKs
Marv Heibert Plzzlcottl; Mia-
ses Joyce Gardner, Marilyn Be- "Nlnety-Nlne Guys" and "Sear-
ching" (M-G-M)
natra sings "Faithful" A r.3
"You're The One" (Columbia) .%,
Ersklne Hawkins has a new rec-
ording of his famous' arrange.
ment of "Tuxedo Junction" iCo>
ral). .
i Ralph Flanagan and his
chestra play "I'll Be With Yc
In Apple Blossom Time" and
the Road to Mandalay" Victor) . Tony Bennett sinj
"Th-> Valentino Tango" ar
''Beautiful Madness" (Columbia;,
David C. Whitney. ,
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DIEZ CENTESIMOS
Instrucciones
poro cancelar
unos impuestos
La Admintoiraelen General
de Renta. Internas taforme
ata maana q*e el '"?";
de Inmueble correspondiente
al segundo cuatrimestredel
presente ao se cobrara en *
f^oVdeaene-dell%tenel
mes de Mayo. A la par er,Junio
julio v agosta. Con recargo del
0% despus de agosto si no
e recurre a la yia ejecuta, en
Javos casos el recargo es del
% ms las castas para el
contribuyente.
A los contribuyentes que han
suministrado su direccin, a
fin de recibir los avisos de pa-
go, esta administracin lea a-
ceptar pagar los impuestos de
inmuebles mediante cheque a
favor del Tesoro Nacional,
siempre y uando que este Ten-
ga acompaado de los respecti-
vos avisos. Cuando el pago del
Impuesto de Inmuebles que se
desea cancelar, se haga por
medio de cheque certificado o
de Gerencia, los recibos corres-
pondientes, cancelados, le ae-
ran enviados al contribuyente
por correo o entregados Inme-
- chatamente en el Departamen-
to de Receptora. Cuando el pa-
go se haga por cheque ordina-
rio, los recibos del pago del Im-
puesto de Inmuebles le sern
enviados al contribuyente tan
rnto como su cobro haya -
efectuado en el respectivo
Banco."
Firman acuerdo
sobre el Punto 4
Ecuador y E. U.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 5 (UP)
El Departamento de Estado
nuncio que ha sido firmado
un tcuerdo general sobre el
"Punto Cuatro" con el Ecua-
dor, siendo ahora 23 le* paiaes
que han rubicado pactos de coo-
Eeracion tcnica con Estado!
hides.
El acuerdo fu firmado ayer
en Quilo por el Ministro de re-
laciones Exteriores de Ec"ad >"-1
lefta.i Ponce, y el BWSSTsWr
de Negocios de Estados Unid-s.
John N. Hamlln-
E'. Dr. Henri O. Bennett, Ad-
ministrador del "Punto Cuatro"
pred.'jo buenos resultados para
e! acuerdo.
Bennett hizo una reciente vi-
alta 'i Ecuador y dijo: "Lo o.ut
vi me ha convencido que el E-
cuador tiene un futuro que es
una gran promesa si sus pro-
yectte de fomento econmico
son llevados a cabo. Sus ciuda-
dano? han demostrado una no-
task' resistencia ante la adver-
sMa-i Cuando el terrible terre-
moto de Ambato en 1949. iodo
el vuia se uni en el empeo
por llevar adelante la tarea de
socorro y rehabilitacin".
"E. pueblo Ecuatoriano tie-
ne un extraordinario espritu y
determinacin para eliminar t1 -
dos os obstculos que encuei.-
Iren en la senda de construc-
cicn y progreso. Ellos han sa-
nado nuestro respeto y coo-
peracin".
MacArthur pide que
se discuta ahora la
cesin de Formosa
WASHINGTON, mayo 5.
El General Douglas MacAr-
thur declar que recientemen-
te el Secretarlo de Defensa. Ge-
neral George C. Marshall esta-
ba dispuesto a discutir la ce-
sin de Formosa a la China
comunista y la admisin de es-
te pas en los Naciones Unidas,
pero agrego que duda que "el
Gobierno norteamericano fuera
a hacerlo en realidad".
MacArthur declar ante la
comisin de Relaciones Exterio-
res y Fuerzas Armadas del Se-
nado que investigap su desti-
tucin que los Jefes del Estado
Mayor mixto haban prepara-
do una serle de recomendado-1
nes como bases para posibles
negociaciones se exclua espec-
ficamente de las discusiones, los
problemas de formosa y la ad-
misin del rgimen de Pekn en
la Organizacin Internacional.
MacArthur agreg qu Mar-
iPasa iirii Tal 1)
Estado de Caja de
la Contratara
el 4
Ms de 13.000 alumnos asisten
hoy a las escuetas secundarias
El Gobierno hace advertencia
a los corresponsales sobre
la transmisin de noticias
"No tolerar que su prestigio sea difamado, ni su
crdito mermado," dice comunicado
Panam; 5 de mayo de 1951 propsito de desacreditar y^ so-1 fM prlmerog rMot de Penoaom
La Seccin de Prensa y Radio
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia, expidi el siguiente co-
municado:
El Gobierno ha tenido cono-
cimiento de que ciertos corres-
ponsales, ora inocentemente,
ora con deliberacin, se estn
prestando a que los servicios de
informacin que ellos repre-
senta sean utilizados con el
Director mdico
celebra reunin
interamericana
WASHINGTON, mayo 5. (UP)
El doctor Pred L. Soper,
cavar el crdito de Panam en
el exterior.
Las bases institucionales de
cualquier nacin dependen, en
parte Importante, en el unen
nombre y slido crdito que
tengan en el extranjero. No
puede, pues, el pals, ni su Go-
bierno, tolerar que su prestigio
aea difamado ni mermado su
crdito mediante la propala-
cln de especies falsas, infun-
dadas o maliciosas.
El Gobierno de Panam siem-
pre ha ofrecido, y continuar
ofreciendo, toda facilidad posi-
ble a los corresponsales aqu
acreditados para que obtengan
cualesquiera informaciones o
constaten la veracidad de noti-
cias que obtuvieren por conduc-
tos extra-oficiales.
Es el propsito del Gobierno
mantener esa poltica de pres-
Se considera el nmero ms
elevado de estudiantes que
hayan asistido a las clases
* j_ n__
n total de 1341* alumno* ntfa astotiendo a las escuela.
Secundarias hasta ahora, segn Informes que han sido suminls-
&X enTl Mmiiterto de HtacUlon. U. elfra* no incluyen
rimeros ciclos de Pneseme. La Palma y *** del Toro
Continuaron ayer
las detenciones
El propietario y Director de La Hora, el ex-Presi-
dente De la Guardia y otros estn arrestados
El doctor Roberto E. Arlas,
i^aAn^ilii m5a' a h'*2* "" ftSS Propietario del diario del me-
Secundarias, son las ms altas de tas registrada, a ta atotorla | dlo da ..u Hora", don Arqul:
de la Repblica.
medes Fernndez, Director del
6roumos aiai asi que ib !"" i
[e aqu la asistencia de los alumnos pe
Institute Nacional
Uceo de Seoritas
Arte, y Oficies (diume) ..........<.......... J>
Artes v Oficios (nocturne) ....................... *
Escuela Profesional (diurno) ......... ........
Escuela Profesional (nocturno) .............
Escuela Nacional de Modistera .............
Conservatorio Nacional............ ........
Escuela Normal .............................
Abel Bra yo ..................................
Flix Olivares.........i"-;..............
Escuela Secundarla de Chltre
director de la Oficina Sanita-! tar toda proteccin y ayuda n
ra Panamericana sall anoche los corresponsales y periodistas
para Bogot para conferenciar
con las autoridades sanitarias
de Colombia sobre un plan pa
para el mejor desempeo de
su misin Informativa. Se es-
tima, empero, que resultarla
n efcOTtrofde'ia ftobre ama-1 Incongruente qu el tatema
Hila en el hemisferio Institucional democrtico fue-
M Dlan Stae ta' colabora-' tuteado precisamente para
nWn w2rmi?i~n . Tal1* destruccin de la Democra-
10" n!ramer|f^i,5 ,J o. No podra, por lo tanto.
produccin de la vacuna con- un Ooblerno oemocrtiro cons-
tra la fiebre amarilla. ciente de au responsabilidad,
Soper regresar a Washing- permanecer por siempre pasi-
ton el once de mayo y luego VD ante las actividades dlsocla-
saldr para olnebra para a- | doras de elementos adversos
slstir a la Cuarta Conferencia que se quieran valer de lo-
Mundial de la Salud. (Pasa la Pacina <. Cotnmna ft)
... .....
Programa de la conferencia de
las Cmaras de Comercio que
se inaugurar el martes pxmo.
En la tarde de ayer qued
definitivamente ac rdado el
programa que regir ta Pri-
mera Convencin Anual de la
Cmara de Comercio de las A-
mrlcas cuya sesin Inaugural
se celebrar el martes en la
maana en el edificio de la
Cmara de Comercio de Pana-
m con asistencia del Presiden-
te de la Repblica y de nu
me rosos delegados extranjero..
Las actividades de 1a Con-
vencin durarn tres das y
clausurar!) con un agasajo
que ofrecer la Cmara de Co-
mercio de Coln en ta ciudad
Atlntica. Ofrecemos el progra-
ma tal como ha sido acordado:
PROGRAMA
de ta Primera Convencin Anua!
de la Cmara de Comercio
d las Americas
Mayo 7
12 m. Brindis de cham-
pagne en la Presidencia de la
Repblica.
3 pm. Reunin de la di-
son.
Primera sesin
- Mayo 8
r9 a.m. Registro y presen-
tacin de credenciales por los
delegados a la Convencin A-
nual de Cmaras de Comercio
de las Americas.
10 a.m. Apertura jficial.
Bienvenida por el Excmo. se-
or Presidente de la Repblica,
doctor Arnulfo Arias M.
Respuesta por el 8r. J. Ken-
nard Johnson, presidente de 1a
Cmara de Comercio de las A-
mrlcas.
1 p.m. Almuerzo en el
hotel El Panam, ofrecido nor
la Cmara de Comercio de
Panam.
Preside Ernesto Estenoz, Co-
ln, R. de P.
Orador, Honorable Ramn
Zaldn. Ministro de Comercio
de la Repblica de Cuba.
'Pasa a la Ptina ('el 2
Segn se nos Inform, estas cifra, irn f""**-* "If* | mismo y don Mario Augusto
rxlmos da. as que lo. alumno, vayaa ii.ua. a asea. RodrgUez, Jefe de redaccin de
ese peridico, fueron arresta-
dos en las primeras horas de
la tarde de ayer por miem-
bros de la Polica Secreta Na-
cional, en cuyo edificio se en-
cuentran detenidos a "rdenes
superiores".
El Dr. Roberto Arlas fue arres-
tado frente a su residencia par-
ticular en momentos en que
se dispona a partir al inte-
rior en viaje de fin de se-
mana, en compaa de su seo-
ra esposa y sus hijos meno-
res. El seor Fernndez fue
detenido en el hipdromo de
Juan Franco y el seor Ro-
drguez, enfrente de las ofi-
cinas de la redaccin de "La
Hora".
El seor Ricardo Adolfo de
1a Guardia, -Presidente de la
Repblica, fue detenido des
pues de una espectacular per-
secucin de parte de dos au-
tomviles de la Polica Secre-
ta Nacional. Se ha sabido que
el seor de 1a Guardia tra-
t de evadir a los miembros
de la Secreta y su carro em-
firendl vertiginosa carrera por
a Avenida Cuba, siendo inal-
i -* i ... i ..i- ...
Mf7
1,861
1.7**
MI
431
243
4M
332
1,40
1.3M
14
$72
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Aguadulce ............-........................... tZ
La Chorrera ........................,......
Concepcin..................................
..........
1M
TOTAL............ UJ16
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Pagarn con recargo
impuesto de patentes
El Director 4*1 Departamento 4c Comercia inform en
I. maaaaa de hoy qae se habla dletastauna iwlucion en
- que nasts
mente alcanzado y detenido.
El Presidente del Partido del
Pueblo, Licenciado Cristbal Se-
gundo fue detenido en la ma-
ana de hoy. lo mismo que el
Ing. Hugo Vctor, secretarlo
General de esa agrupacin. El
(Pasa a la pgina R columna I)
c?a|W'De.pus7rato" tiempo, que tere rttMtade. seria
apUcada a loe eemeretantes la. multo, eue establee, ta ley
y que sern basto de qtrtniento* barbea*.
Segn te no. inform, varia, centenares e comercian-
te., ami ne han hecho tu aeUeitad de renovarte* de pa-
tente.
Los latinos son
buenos soldados
dice MacArthur
WASHINGTON, mayo 5. El General Douglas MacArthur
dijo que est seguro que con-
tando con equipo y adiestra-
miento adecuados, los hombres
de las fuerzas armadas c'.e los
pases latinoamericanos consti-
tuirn excelentes soldados.
El Senador Demcrata, Rus-
sell Long, pidi a MacArthur
durante la Investigacin reali-
zada por las comisiones del
Senado que expresara su opi-
nin de los soldados de Sur y
Centro Amrica. Long dijo al
mismo tiempo que actualmente
no contamos con ninguno de
ellos en Corea, pero estoy se-
guro de que si nos vemos en-
vueltos en una guerra mundial
podramos obtener algunos.
Honda advertencia
es el cierre del
diario "La Prensa"
COLUMBIA, Missouri. Mayof
iUPi El periodista MarQta
Ch.Iris, cuyos artculos dlar.os
ti publican en diversos dinr.oj
de! pas, dijo anoche que ta
tnuerle de "La Prensa" de Ar
i'snta.a representa una honda
y solemne advertencia para to-
dos nosotros de que "la lio?r*
tad de prensa corre peligro en
el mundo entero"-
Childs dijo en un disciuw
que pronunci al otorgarle '
Univcisldad de Missouri un pre-
mio por sus destacados servi-
cio* periodsticos que ta liber-
tad de prensa se haya amena-
zada en Estados unidos por
tres flancos.
"En primer lugar tenemos la
Insidiosa y penetrante amena-
za dt la Inflacin que ya h*
minado hondamente las base*
econmicas de las cuales depen-
de la prensa libre". Afirm que1
la fecunda es de "carcter pol-
tico" como lo indican los .ta-
ques de las figuras polticas a
los peridicos y periodistas 7
la tercera "e. lo que podranles
llamar amenaza Interna basaua
en la Irresponsabilidad de cier-
to setor de la prensa".
Ser aumentada
la tarifa de correo
areo en Panam
Atractivos premios ofrecen
a lofe que participen en la
irran feria del 12 en Coln
Se eleva el nivel
de mortalidad de
diarlos ingleses
Semana terminada
mayo de 1M1:
Saldo en Caja el 2T
de abril.............B 283,380 94
Ingresos dei 28 de
abril al 4 de mayo..
Total:
Egresos del 38 de
abril al 4 de mayo..
Saldo en Caja el 4
de mayo............ 12&045.09
Compromlsos por
Contratos .......... 81.deo.27
Panam, mayo 5 de 1961.
/)WDRES, Mayo S (UP) -
El promedio de 'mortalidad"
entre los peridico, britmu'
se elev a un nivel sin preoe-
dtnw: sta semana, como t:-
sultsc del alto costo del papel
En el Reino Unido y toda U
tona esterlina hasta Australia
de Hong Kong, numerosos peri-
dicos han suspendido su puu.l-
caciti o se han unido a ot.os
debide al alza de diez libras e<-
terllnas por tonelada en el me
ci de1 papel escandinavo.
L's circuios comerciales lu-
kirxiur que los representan!, 's
682,858 98 ce -j. cooperativa de papel de
iof p.upietorlos de peridicos -n
647,52313
810,904 07
negociaciones en Pars con los
vendedores de papel de Suelta.
Noruega y Finlandia, han lie-
(Pasa a ta Pag. t, ees. 8)
COLON, mayo 5. Gran
cantidad de premios ofrecer
la Feria de Coln en numero-
sos concursos. La mayora de
estos premios sern otorgados
en las secciones de Agricultu-
ra y Ganado, pero habr otros
para concursos de otra ndole,
tales como un concurso de ban-
das de msica, un concurso de
aviones modelo, concurso de pa-
bellones, etc.
Todos los equinos que par-
ticipen en esta feria tendrn
derecho a un diploma de ho-
nor y habr una copa para
el mejor caballo de paso na-
tivo y otra para el mejor pro-
ducto cruzado de carreras. Se pres
escoger un campen equino rea
de cada clase y un campe!
de campeones, con derecho
Propuso el General MacArthur
que el bloquee naval a China
se extendiera a Puerto Arta
WASHINGTON, mayo . (UP)! or; mantendra un bloqueo
El General Douglas Mac' totalmente a lo largo de la
Arthur dijo a lo. Senadores que costa china,"-
su propuesto bloqueo naval de : Puerto Arturo est Mil-
la China debiera aplicarse tam- churla que es Chtoa.pero tos ba 8ollcUftao* *.
Pueden regresar a Vfiriel
dos ex-presidentes radicados
hace aos en Estados Unidos
Tal com informa el Ministro del Interior Llovera
Pez, agregando que podan participar en la
prxima campaa electoral
l las haT navales ro-> *** tlenn al, e2? Dalren'
tambin en Manchuria, dere-
chos especiales.
Morse pregunt si el bloqueo
de Puerto Arturo "aumentarla
el peligro de las hostilidades
bien
sas de Puerto Arturo en Man-
churia.
El Senador Republicano Way-
ne Morse le pregunt en el
CARACAS, Mayo 5 (UP) XI
Ministro del Interior, Llovera
Pez, le dijo a los periodistas
"que no haba impedimento le-
gal" para el retorno a Venezuela
y su participacin en la campaa
politice de los ex-Presidentes
Isaas Medina Angarlta y Elea-
zar Lpez Contreras.
El Teniente Coronel Llovera
Pez, miembro de la Junta de
Ooblerno, dijo que hasta donde
l saba, ninguno de los dos ha-
Al preguntrsele si el Gobier-
no concederla las visas. Llovera
Pes contest: "Lo veremos a su
debido tiempo".
o
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 5 (UP)
bloqueo de la costa China, qu I COn Rusta" y MacArthur res- NUEVA YOH^M.yc o ur ._
medidas adoptara en el caso ^ndt: "Cortara, ciertamente. Los ex-PresldtM de eneiueta^
de las base navales soviticas imeas de Abastecimiento de Eleazar Lpez contreras e usw
La Direccin de Correos, y
Telecomunicaciones i n f orm
en la maana de hoy que se
est estudiando la manera de
subir la. tarifa, del correo
areo en rtata de qae el trans-
porte cuesta hey ms de lo
que se le cebra al pbllco. .
El departamento tcnico de
esta Direccin, e encnenlra
analizando los convenio, in-
ternacionale. .obre tarifas m-
nima a fta de establecer eua*
loa han de ser loe aumento*
qae se deben efectuar en la*
tarifas del exterior.
Como ejemplo se no. dij*
que mlealsas cada die gra-
mos hacia ama.** Atoe es
taban B. 8.18 ueaetoe eBdaka-
mos cobrando B. 9.18.
El Director Don Je P.
Adames neo manifest qu
despus de este anlisis mi-
nuicloao el departamento re*
romtndar lee aumento, qa*
se estimen conveniente..
de Puerto Arturo, y MacArthur
contest que "mantendra un
bloqueo".
. Al preguntrsele si 1a ma-
nifestacin se refera a Puerto
Arturo, el General dijo: "Si se-
Acheson se opuso
a la destitucin
de MacArthur
WASHINGTON, Mayo 5 (UPl
El Senador Demcrata J
William Fulbrlght declar qu*
el Secietarlo de Estado, De*i
Acheson, se opuso "vigorosa-
mente" a que el Presidente
Truman destituyera al Geneiul
Douglas MacArthur como Cu-
mandante en Jefe en el Ex-
tremo Oriente.
Fulbrlght hizo sas manifes-
taciones despus de formular
preguntas a MacArthur sobre
in'on.iaclones publicadas en la
prensa en el sentido de que el
Geni.ial haba dicho a vaxiis
de sus allegados que Acheron
haba sido el responsable de au
destitucin
Rusia a ;hina. No creo que el
pequeo incidente que signifi-
cara fuera a afectar en forma
alguna las grandes decisiones
que Implicara hacer al Soviet
entrar en una guerra global."
. "He dicho que dudaba >,ae
cualquier cosa que ocurriera en
tuviera tanta influencia que
la guerra de Corea o en Aja
nlteruse 1a decisin bsica qie
Rusia puede hacer respecto a
si va a atacar o si no va a *
tacar".
Anteriormente, en su deposi-
cin. MacArthur habla deco-
rado que habla recibido Infor-
me.' de Inteligencia de que Ru-
sta haba convenido en dar a-
yuda de abastecimiento mlllUr
"bastante grande" a los Comu-
nistas Chinos y al mismo tiem-
po expres duda de que los li-
(Paa. a I. Par Pal 11
Magnfica fiesta
ofreci Don Justo
Fabio Arosemena
Medina Angarlta recibieron con
inters las noticias de Caracas de
que la Junta de Gobierno haba
dicho que no haban obstculos
para el retorno de estos y su par-
ticipacin en la campana polti-
ca de Venezuela. ^_^__
Lpez Contreras dijo: "Estoy
muy contento de que el Coronel
Llovera Pez haya hecho esas de-
claraciones, ya que demuestra su
real Inters, pero yo no estoy In-
teresado en participar en las
prximas elecciones. No tengo
deseos de regresar a la poltica.
Estas elecciones sern para el
bien del pals, ya que se termi-
naran los temores y existir la
libertad en Venezuela. Se est es-
cribiendo una nueva pgina en
las historia de nuestro pas."
Contreras dijo que no ha pedi-
do visa alguna para regresar a
Venezuela y no tiene planeado
su Inmediato retorno a su pas.
Dijo ^ue esperar a que sus Ucs
hijas terminen sus estudios en
Estados Unidos.
Advirti, sin embargo, que si
los acontecimientos exigen su
presencia en el pala, partirla pa-
ra all Inmediatamente.
Medina Angarlta no hizo co-
mentarlo alguno, pero dijo que
ms tarde hara declaraciones.
Ambiente de las
mil y una noches
hay en El Cairo
una copa y a un pergamino
especial. En esta prueba podrn
competir todos los campeones
de la ferias anteriores.
En el grupo de bovinos ha-
br dos premios consistentes
en copas con inscripcin alu-
siva. Sern los ganadores: el
man. de Bueno* Atoes.
Pue ste un brillante aconteci-
miento, durante el cual se pre-
altas esferas del Gobierno
MucArthur contest: "Nun-.a
ie M atribuido a Acheson U
decisin del Presidente de rcm ,n un"lioetalmo"buffet", des-
ptazsime en mi cargo. No trnj;o Ucanaose eJ artstico centro de
:a menor Idea sobre si parliti- | meia constaten te en un guila
r o r.o particip en esa d*t.- i e bielo, preciosa y original
. tuclr.. T en cuanto a aqueins I creacin que mucho llam ta a-
lejor producto de cualquier Informaciones publicadas en la tencin de los asistente. Duran-
raza y ta vaca cruzada conlprenao, puedo asegurar que c-Ita este acto el renombrado or-
(Pase a ta pagina 6, CeL D liecea d. fundamento". _.*' !* > ta Me , Ce*. 1)
The Foreign 8tudent Foun-
dation de los Estados Unidos,
dirigido por el doctor William
G Campbell, muy conocido pro-
fesor de la Universidad de Pa-
nam, anuncia la oportunidad
que ya se ofrece a un grupo
seleccionado de maestros de Pa-
nam de Irse al Estado de Te-
xas para seguir con sus estu-
dios all, por cierto periodo de
tiempo, y bajo ciertas condi-
ciones, que se dan a contlnua-
Don Justo Fabio Arosemena, clJ1: At, A,,..nlm
Presidente de la Compaa Pldu- Xta oferta se ciarla de.Panam. 8. A., ofreci tas vacaciones P^^ia pasadas
un grupo de doce maestras
1 Interior, quienes acaban de
volver el da 28 de abril pa-
ra reanudar sus trabajos en
la* escuelas del ulterior. Aho-
ra, se ofrece la misma oportu-
nidad a. un nmero limitado de
otros Interesados en 1a ense-
anza, de acuerdo con las si-
guientes condiciones:
l_Que estn todos Interesa-
dos en un programa de ense-
anza.
1Que sean unos estudiantes
A un seleccionado grupo de
maestros se dar oportunidad
para hacer estudios en Texas
Fulbrlght pregunt a MacAr- un cocktail narty el viernes, a ai
ihur si le causarla alguna sor- tas S pm.. en el Hotel "El de
! fa reem^ e| lasdiac.- I U* ^^^
i\T.f J Rechazaron una
propuesta rusa
los occidentales
PA-1I8. Mayo S (UP) I*
delegeos occidentales en la
conferencia preparatoria de -a
agenda de los Cuatro GranJo,
rechazaron la propuesta del de-
legado ruso Andrei Gromyko
que el Oeste acepte el proyo.-
to Sovitico de considerar la
cu.: ilion de armamentos cono
condicin para la reunin t*
Cancilleres de los Cuatro
Grandes.
Oroii.yko haba dicho que a
ceptaria el proyecto de las pu
tenclas occidentales si stas ia-
ti fichan un punto. Se reeiU
a la aceptacin de uno de ls
tres proyecto, alternativos que
deca serta aceptable para R '-
sla si el Oeste acceda a ds-
y" graduados, interesados enjcjtlr la reduccin de armamen-
consegulr su titulo de "Master" t tos de los Cuatro Grandes an-
traaa a ta Pag. t, CeL 41
i'
(Pasa a la Pagina , Col 1) i
CAIRO, Mayo 5 WP)^- *-
valece un aire festivo en sta
ciudad, comparable sotanwmt
con el de la historia de "Las Mil
y Una Noches", mientra*, que loa
regalos fabulosos continan lle-
gando al palacio real en antici-
pacin a la boda del Rey Farou*
con su prometida de 17 aos,
pelinegra Narriman Sadek. a
cual tendr lugar a tas 11 de la
maana del Domingo 6 de Mayo.
El matrimonio coincide con et
14o. aniversario de la ascencin
del Rey Farouk al tronp.
Los novios se casarn en una
ceremonia Mahometana, en la
cual la novia no estar presente.
La novia estar representada por
su hermano mayor Mohamed Aiy
Khadek, Ministro de Egipto en
La Haya. La novia esperar la
terminacin de la ceremonia en
su modesta casa de dos pisos en
la cercana poblacin de Helipo-
lis, y la salva de 101 caonazo
ser ta seal que le avisar qua
ya tiene acceso al trono.
Las delegaciones especiales de
los Jefes de los Estados rabe*
han estado llegando desde haca
tres das con regalo* para lo*
nEl Rey Abdullah, de Jordn ta
envi a Farouk el Cordn Ibn
All la mas alta condecoracin
de 'su pas, y a la novia una pol-
vera de puro oro incrustada con
piedras preciosas.
El Presidente de Siria, Hassem
Elatassls le envi a los novios un
costoso jarrn de cuatro pies de
alto El Generalsimo Franco en-
vi el Gran Collar de Isabel ta
(Pasa a ta PM- Cat 4)
Por un editorial
sobre el arroz
se nos felicita
David 5 de Mayo St
Director Panam Amrica, Pa-
nam.
Felicitrnoslo por editorial da
ayer. Causa sorpresa existiendo
en localidades Interioranas co-
mo esta, grande* oantldade
arroz para consumo nacional
agropecuario importe el grane,
para venderlo a precio igual al
nacional compitiendo con pro-
ducto nacional y desanimando
a los agricultores luchadores por
la relnvlndfcacin economa na-
cional.
l/oaao Jf*Jiri* .
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________tk U TAV.HR1 WWIWI II IT CIUDAD CALL M. N ST________
LA NUEVA DERROTA DE LOS
COMUNISTAS EN COREA
Como es sabido, hace pocos das los comunistas
chinos iniciaron una violenta ofensiva contra el
ejrcito de las Naciones Unidas en Corea, la cual tu-
vo, al principio, favorables resultados por las fuer-
zas invasoras. Pero la capacidad blica del Coman-
do de los Estados Unidos en el Lejano Oriente se
puso otra vez a prueba y mediante operaciones mi-
litares adecuadas fu rechazado el enemigo con un
saldo de su parte de gran nmero de prisioneros y
heridos.
Es muy lamentable tener que estar en presen-
cia de una situacin como sta, ante la cual la an-
gustia humana adquiere proporciones alarmantes.
Para ningn pueblo libre y consciente de su destino
es agradable tener que enfrentarse todos los das a
un adversario que cruelmente ha desatado una gue-
rra sin meditar en sus consecuencias. Por otra par-
te, la responsabilidad de la ONU y de los Estados
Unidos de Amrica es muy grande y en este caso
tienen que estar soportando las inclemencias de la
contienda para defender los principios de justicia y
de libertad.
Para el gobierno de Mosc la cuestin es muy
fcil porque los soldados que estn muriendo en el
campo de batalla son de nacionalidad China y a Ru-
sia solamente le corresponde el abastecimiento b-
lico y los planes estratgicos. Desgraciadamente
esa gran Nacin asitica, China, que est sojuzga-
da por el podero ruso tiene que cumplir esa misin
tan inicua como triste de derramar sangre huma-
na en aquella regin del extremo oriente.
Lo que est sucediendo en Corea tiene que pre-
ocupar seriamente a todas las naciones democrti-
cas del mundo ya que ninguna de ellas puede estar
tranquila cuando la agresin imperialista del comu-
nismo internacional est sembrando el odio y la
muerte en constante asechanza contra las institu-
ciones libres.
En medio de todo es muy alentador saber que
las fuerzas militares de los Estados Unidos estn
en condiciones de mantener la bandera de la ONU
en las ciudades y los campos de Corea en esa pug-
na histrica por redimir a este pueblo de la barba-
rie totalitaria. __________
La mujer sovitica no tiene
muchas oportunidades para
formar parte de su gobierno
RECEPCIN VN LA LEGACIN DE FRANCIA. Aparecen aqu S.E. el Ministro de Francia,
eor Guy Menant, y seora Madeleine de Me nant. en compaa de su hija, seora Slnione
de Rollln, S.E. el Embajador del Per y Decano del Honorable Cuerpo Diplomtico, seor
Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos, S.E. el Embajador de Chile, seor Manuel Hidalgo Piara, y un tru-
no de miembros y oficiales de la Misin Cientfica polar francesa durante la recepcin ofre-
cida el jueves en su residencia por S.E. el Ministro de Francia y la seor de Menant.
El Sr. Ruiz no ha
violado ninguna
correspondencia
Hemos recibido el siguiente
comunicado enviado por el Sr.
Octavio A. Arosemena, Admi-
nistrador de Correos de Pana-
m, el cual se explica por si
Solo:
"En relacin con noticia pu-
blicada en "El Pala", con res-
pecto a una supuesta violacin
Act nulidad Universitaria
<\ b i$r "" Aventura de las deas-----------
___^___ por Moiss Chong M. ___^_
El exietencialismo
Ms que una filosofa, el exls-
tenclalismo es un sentimiento
de la vida. El uso de una fra-
seologa filosfica, tal como lo
vemos en Heidegger, Sartre y
Jaspers, denuncia en su fondo
de correspondencia por el se-, l intento de expresar. en tr-
LAKE SUCCESS. Mayo 5 -
U3IS) La Seora Obe R.
3oldman, representante de ios
Estados Unidos en la Cornaln
de las Naciones Unidas sobre la
Condicin de la Mujer, cita les
estadsticas soviticas que de-
muestran que a la mujer sovi-
tica se le da escasa oportunidad
le participar en el gobierno de
u pas.
Durante la deliberacin que
tuvo lugar el mircoles soore
lo derechos polticos de la mu-
|er la Sra. Ooldman se refino
i un proyecto de folleto pre-
parado por la Secretaria de
las ''aciones Unidas sobre in-
formacin para las nuevas su-
fragantes con respecto a los a-
luntot pblicos.
"Debo pensar", dijo la S.*a.
(Kidman dirigindose a la de-
legada sovitica, Madame Pero-
ra, "que el material serla til
en su pas.
Tericamente, la mujer ro-
coii el hombre en los puestos e-
lecilvos y administrativos, pero
en la prctica su participacin
esta lejos de proporcin, y ej-
tov seura amblen de que lo es-
t en cuanto a su capaclda-j'.
"En las publicaciones sov'.-
t'Cits se citan ejemplos de dis-
criminacin para la mujer en
la direccin de asuntos, an
hata de carcter municipal. El
peridico "Soviet Dielorusl",
del 16 de septiembre de 1950.
se que)aba de que en un total
n 2,667 presidentes de conse-
jes rurales, slo 89 son mujo'es
No hay mujeres presidentes de
los comits distrlctorlales eje-
cutivos del Partido
"Nunca han participado as
mujeres en el Politburo ni en
los comits centrales del Par-
ta' Comunista. Son pocas las
oi.e han alcanzado posiciones
de alto nivel en las repblicas
soviticas, y en general la re-
presentacin de la mujer en e-
or Juan B. Ruiz, Jefe de la
Seccin de Recomendados del
Correo Central, manifestamos
categricamente que ni en es-
ta Administracin ni en nin-
guna de las flslacias con sede
en la capital, hay denuncio al-
guno por el delito que se le
sindica al seor Ruiz, temera-
riamente.
Esta Administracin hace
constar que dicho empleado tie-
ne largos aos de servicios en
el Correo y que ha demos-
trado eficiencia y honradez has-
ta el presente.
Lamentamos que peridicos
acojan noticias de esta natu-
raleza sin antes verificar en
esta Administracin la veraci-
dad de los hechos y que nos
hemos podido dar cuenta qu
el Correo ha sido el blanco de
diatribas y especulaciones por
parte de personas que desean
a toda costa hacerle dao y
desprestigiarlo dando Informa-
ciones falsas.
Octavio A. Arosemena B.,
Admnilstrador de Correos
de Panam.
Panam, mayo 4 de 1051.
rltlca comparte los derechos sos organismo es muy pequea"
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Lo Ideal para su cocina!
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LINLEOS
bonito* diseos!
Bibliotecarios de
Cuba hacen Jira
en Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, Mayo S-----
(USIS) Miembros de la Comi-
sin Cubana de Biblloteraelos,
actualmente en Jira por las bi-
bliotecas de los Estados Unaos,
se proponen hacer uso de los
conocimientos adquiridos en es-
te viaje para ayudar a la coi.s-
truocln de la Biblioteca de la
Habana, la cual se proyecta e-
rlg a un costo de dos millones
de dlares.
5,1 Dr. A. M. Eligi de la Puen-
te Secretario de la Junta de
Sndicos, dijo que l y los o-
tros tres miembros de la Co-
misin "han recibido la mil
cordial bienvenida y estn re-
cibiendo la ms efectiva coo-
peracin".
La comisin lleg aqu el 38
d abril, y completar su li-
ra el 12 de mayo.
Los bibliotecarios cubanos es-
tuvieron en Washington para
visitar los Archivos Nacionales,
minos conceptuales la. ms hon-
da y pattica subjetividad del
hombre. De ms. est, decir que
en el exlstenclalismo se advierte
un franco lrraclonallsmo y un
decidido deseo de buscar en la
pura existencia el punto de
partida del vivir.. .y del morir.
La existencia es el hombre mis-
mo y viceversa, el hombre es
la existencia por antonomasia.
El ser "es" en virtud de la exis-
tencia. De ah que "ser" y "exis-
tencia" constituyan la ms ele-
vada ecuacin d la vida en su
plena actualidad.
Cosa rara, las doctrinas hin-
des y el exlstenclalismo que
tanto se remiten al fenmeno
lo que respecta a la primaca
de la "esencia" y de Ja "exis-
tencia". Mientras el exlstencla-
lismo nos diee (y trata, de pro-
barlo) que la "Existencia" pre-
cede a la 'Esencia", el oriente
afirma todo lo contrario, o, sea,
que la esencia es primero y que
la existencia es su expresin fe-
nomnica, su realizacin en la
vida; por lo consiguiente, la
esencia seria el fundamento de
la vida y de la existencia.
La novedad del exlstenclalis-
mo radica, a mi parecer, en que
pretende penetrar en eso que se
denomina la "Vida Interior" con
nuevos Instrumentos y armado
con una serle de conceptos me-
tafisicos con los cuales intenta
descubrir, al decir de algunos,
el sentido ltimo, metalsico, de
la vida. Con el mtodo fenome-
nolglco los exlstenclallstas se
han dado a la tarea de desha-
cer la vieja distincin entre su
Jeto y objeto, rechazando, me-
diante sutiles argumentos esta
antigua relacin.
Sucede con el exlstenclalismo
lo que con la Teologa duran-
te la Edad Media en que la Fi-
losofa estaba subordinada con
respecto a la primera. Hoy pa-
rece ocurrir lo mismo: la filo-
sofa, que tradlcldhalmente se
define por un afn de saber las
cosas mediante nuestras facul-
tades racionales, est siendo
relegada a un segundo pllano
en beneficio de una tesis subje-
tlvlsta que considera a la exis-
tencia subjetiva como la exis-
tencia por antonomasia, la "ver-
dadera vida". Tal punto de vis-
ta ha determinado que los exis-
tencia listas traten de justificar
con sutilezas metafsicas la idea
de que la verdad esta en la sub-
jetavidad...
Toda su temtica existencia-
lista gira, pues, en torno a lo
que Heidegger denomina "DA-
5IN". la sustancia ontolglca
LIBROS
Por LF.
t aleo, (Julio, "EL CASTELLA-
LLANO EN VENEZUELA"
Estudio Crtica-Ediciones del
Ministerio de Educacin Na-
cional de Caracas, Direccin
de Cultura.
Hemos recibido un ejemplar
de la obra "EL CASTELANO EN
VENEZUELA", Estudio Crtico
hecho por el venezolano Julio
Calcao. Este libro pertenece a
la coleccin Andrs Bello de la
Biblioteca Venezolana de Cultu-
ra. Es una publicacin ms que
hace el Ministerio de Educacin
del hermano pas.
El libro de Calcao est pre-
cedido de unos prlogos, uno
de los cuales nos presenta la
persona y labor literaria del au-
tor y el otro es una presenta-
cin que nos hace el propio
Julio Calcao. El ndice general
contiene los siguientes captu-
los: Prefijos y Sufijos, Ortogra-
fa y Ortologa, Voves Arcaicas,
Partculas, Artculos y Prome-
sas, Sustantivos y Adjetivos, Ver
bos. Frases, Modos Adverbiales,
Modismos y Refranes, Etimolo-
gas, Venezolanismos, VOCA-
BLOS DNTJIGENAS, Barbaramos,
Algo sobre versificacin, Adems
dos apndices Sobre la Real
Academia Espaola y Overo.
La presente obra nos llega en
el momento en que acaba de ha-
cerse desaparecer en nuestro
pais un departamento encarga-
do de este tipo de labores como
lo era el Departamento de Cul-
tura y Publicaciones del Minis-
terio de Educacin. En otros
paises esta seccin de educa-
cin es piedra angular para el
desenvolvimiento de la cultura
nacional; nosotros lo conside-
ramos insignificante: por ello
ha sido eliminado (I)
En torno a la Convencin
Universitaria
Oran entusiasmo existe entre
la masa estudiantil de nuestra
mxima casa de estudios con
relacin a la celebracin de la
CCWVENCION UNIVERSITARIA
en este mes de Mayo. Por el
momento podemos anunciar que
Proyecto de un plan de estudios para la Escuela de
Diplomacia de la Universidad de Panam
por el Dr. Ernesto Castillero Pimentel
CERTIFICADO DE ESTUDIOS DE DIPLOMACIA
Primer Alio'
Ingls 300 ab Ingls Avanzado
Historia 100 ab Civilizacin
C. Poltica 210b Prctica Diplomtica y Consular
Relaciones de Panam con los EE. TJTJ.
Economa lOOab Principios de Economa
na explicacin real o general
del "ser". Su preocupacin
primaria va ms all de las
tradicionales explicaciones del
"ser", y por eso han elaborado
todo un lenguaje nuevo con el
cual quieren expllcltar y escla-
recer sus Ideas sobr la vida.
Tan rara y tan extraa nos
suena esta fraseologa existen-
clallsta que nos parece toda
ella una logomaquia sistemti-
camente organizada y dirigida
a dar cuenta de un cmulo de
situaciones Vitales, y si las ca-
tegora del ser no conducen al
. hombro al encuentro de si mls-
del EXISTIR" no coinciden en no es d suponer1 que un nue-'
lln '* S?Jf? M Pf,bto nmgu-; I e est elaborando el temarlo
Red Panamericana
llene los
mejores programas
y la Billoteca del Departamento
de o Interior; fueron recibidos
po,- Luther H. Evans, Director
de la Biblioteca del Coneret,c
Anteriormente hablan v litado
la Biblioteca Ubre de Baltlmov,
Maryland, la cual les interes
partlcularmene "porque es ms
o menos el tamao de la qi<
nosolios proyectamos", dijo el
Dr- Eligi.
Otras bibliotecas que visita-
rn son las de las universidades
de Harvard, Tale, Columbia
Princeton y Pensilvanla.
vo sistema categorial, fundado
en el concepto de la nada, lo
colocar ante si mismo, pues la
existencia es, ante todo, proyec-
to, un algo que deviene con el
tiempo con vistas a realizarse
como esencia.
Las crticas contra el exlsten-
clalismo nacen de un subido In-
ters racionalista y de esa pro-
pensin sistemtica de plantear
los problemas humanos en tr-
minos de razn y" de conoci-
miento. No pedemos negar sus
aportaciones valiosas en el cam-
po metafisico y en el de la fe-
nomenologa. Ha planteadorde
ello no cabe duda-nuevos aspec-
tos en la llamada filosofa de la
vida, creando, entre otras co-
sas, a novela metafsica, Pero el
exlstenclalismo, tal como se pre-
senta en Sartre y Heidegger, re-
vela una especit de aversin
hacia la vida, un desdn hacia
las actividades optimistas. Co-
locan al hombre como el habi-
tante solitario de un espantoso
y perdido pramo; no lo deja
salir de ese circuito ontolgico
en que se supone moverse en
eterno circulo el hombre. Con
el exlstenclalismo actual el hom
bre se ha encontrado de pron-
to sin sostn alguno, sin ningn
de dicho congreso con el ln de
que los diferentes delegados se
preparen con tiempo y sea un
xito dicha convencin.
El da lunes 21 de los corrien-
tes los estudiantes irn a las
urnas con el fin de elegir a los
delegados a la eonvencln. Se
elegirn 8 estudiantes por cada
Facultad, ya que en esa forma
pueden estar representados ca-
da uno de los colegios o escue-
las de cada una de ellas.
EL COMIT CENTRAL EJE-
CUTIVO DEL DIRECTORIO DE
LA UNION DB ESTUDIANTES
UNIVERSITARIOS presidir es-
t convencin que posiblemente
tendr lugar los dias 25, 20 y 27
de mayo.
Rogamos a los estudiantes que
busquen diariamente en la pren-
sa detalles en torno a esta con-
vencin, ya que de su xito de-
pende el propio xito de la vida
estudiantil.
rrible lucha entre el abismo de
la NADA y el abismo de la
MUERTE, Al hombre, entonces,
no le queda otra alternativa que
escoger entre estas dos situa-
ciones. Decididamente antl-lnte-
lectualista, el exlstenclalismo se
avoca hoy al ataque de la ra-
tn renovada y revltallzads
Siendo en extremo enemigo der
Intelecto, por creerlo insuficien-
te para explicar la vida, Ignora
otras fuerzas que no sean pre-
cisamente la soledad, el vacio
y la desolacin. Querer reducir
al hombre a mera entidad sub-
jetiva es un verdadero extravio,
un desacierto filosfico, es que-
rer invertir el orden lgico y na-
tural de las cosas. Con sobrada
razn se ha calificado al exls-
tenclalismo de filosofa derro-
tista, de "borrachera de verda-
des a medias" de una clase so-
cial histricamente condenada
apoyo, debatindose en una "te- por la historia a desaparecer.

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DOMINICA-
flNGO, MATO 8, 1951
Importantes Partidos Presenta Hoy El Ftbol Mayor

Hispano y Ditrani Defienden
Su Invicto y Huracn-Ibrico
Buscan Su Primera Victoria
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
FTBOL MAYOR
BOV. DE PANAMA
-
G. P. Pts.
Hispano .............. 10 2
Ditranl ................ 18 2
.1 Pacifico................. 1 1 2
. Ancn ................. 112
Ibrico .............. 0 1 0
Huracn................ 0 1 0
Dos importantes partidos pre-
senta esta tarde en el Estadio
limpico el Campeonato de Ft-
bol de la Divisin Mayor de la
Liga Provincial de Panam, en-
tre los conjuntos
IBRICO vs HURACN
2.15 p.m.y
DITRANI vs HISPANO
4 p.m.
La Chorrera Inaugura Hoy Su
Temporada Invernal D Bisbol
'ten
El estado actual.de la comp-
lela nos indica el gran inte-
rs de cada uno de los oncenos
por obtener el triunfo de hoy,
ya que Dttrani e Hispano lucha-
rn por quedar solos en el co-
mando y continuar lnVictoPmlen
tras que en el otro'cote]o Ib-
rico y Huracn buscarn afano-
samente la victoria para entrar
en la columna de ganadores,
obtener puntuacin, salir de la
retaguardia y empatar adems
el segundo puesto.
Cada uno de los cuatro equi-
pos que juegan hoy, cumplirn |
su segundo compromiso del Tor-
neo; todos estuvieron sometidos]
a fuertes prcticas durante la
semana, y llevarn a la cancha
su mejor escuadra para tratar
de obtener el triunfo y evitar
una desagradable sorpresa.
Por el marcado lntefs de la
victoria, y la calidad y talla de
los conjuntos se pronostica dos
juegos sumamentes reidos.
de la funcin hpica pasada, Segando lleg Welsh Fox.

Finaliza Hoy La Ia Vuelta Del
Ftbol Mayor Del Chorrillo
Con El Juego Nacional-Mendoza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Mayor del Chorrillo
G. E. P. Pje.
PRI ....... ........ 4 13 9
Dep. Remn ........ 4 13 9
Dep. Pern .......4 1 3 9
Mendoza.........3 0 4 6
Nacional ............. 2 14 5
N LAS CANCHAS
DEL BOLICHE
*
Por JUAN BOLOS
En el presente torneo de bolos
. hay un equipo que siempre ha
despertado en nosotros simpa-
tas y admiracin por el entu-
siasmo, buen humor y alto esp-
ritu deportivo con que se des-
pliega en sus compromisos. Nos
referinios al Carta Vieja. El es- |
t compuesto por los jvenes
Miguel Capriles, Alfredo Icaza,
Jorge Soto, Roberto SamaniegO
y Alberto Hilbert.
Pocos das antes de que se ini-
ciase la presente competencia,
cuando ya hasta el calendarlo
de Juegos estaba confeccionado.
el equipo mencionado hizo su'
solicitud para participar en la:
disputa de los premios Duran.'
Entre los representantes de los.
distintos equipos que iban a par-
ticipar se produjo un acalorado
debate en el sentido de si se le
permitirla o no ingresar a las
competencias al Carta Vieja, Los
que se oponan alegaban con
aparente razn que el conjunto
formado a ltima hora no reu-
na la consistencia necesaria pa-
ra enfrentarse a los dems par-
ticipantes.' ya que. a excepcin
de Alberto "Caballito" Hilbert,
los dems integrantes slo te-
nan unos cuantos das de ha-
berse Iniciado en la prctica del
boliche: tal era la condicin de
Capriles, Soto, Samaniego e Ica-
za Sin embargo, estos Jvenes
han venido a demostrar con su
entusiasmo, determinacin y
constancia en las prcticas y en
sus presentaciones regulares que
aquellos estaban equivocados.
Aunque, por supuesto, no tienen
ellos oportunidad de conquistar',
los honores mximos del torneo,;
el papel que han representado;
y siguen representando en la>!
competencias es digno de admi- I
racin y aplauso. An los con- i
juntos ms potentes de las com- |
petenclas tienen que desplegarse
en su mejor forma para poder
ganarles a estos Jvenes y en'
varias ocasiones hasta para li-
brase de la derrota.
Miguel Capriles es el alma y
cabeza del equipo. Su .habilidad
para mantenerlos unidos, errtu-1
siasmados y con el espritu slem
pre alto an en los momentos
ms difciles es sin duda la s-
lida base que ha servido para
que el Carta Vieja se desempe-
e en el torneo casi de igual a
Igual con los dems participan-
tes. Tambin es Capriles el que
mejor actuacin y mejor calidad
ha demostrado en sus actuacio-
nes en lo que concierne a los
componentes del Carta Vieja Es
l el de mejor promedio, el de
la linea y la serie ms altas y
como si sto no fuese suficiente
se ha apuntado a su favor tres
juegos de honor, cosa sta l-
tima bastante difcil en el boli-
che, como lo demuestra el he-
cho de que de los cuarenta y
cinco Jugadores que participan
en la disputa de los trofeos Her-
manos Duran slo "l y Antonio
Damin de los Entrometidos
han logrado esa marca, con la
ventaja para Capriles de haber
realizado dos de esos juegos de
honor en una sola noche y en
forma consecutiva, agregndose-
le a este ltimo hecho la cir-
cunstancia de que en las siete
siguientes marcas a esos dos
Juegos de honor consecutivo
ce apunt siete marcas ms.
que estuvo prximo a consumar
tres Juegos de honor en una so-
la noche. 1
Hoy en la maana finaliza la
primera vuelta del Circuito Ma-
yor .del Ftbol de la Liga del
Chorrillo con el partido entre
los conjuntos:
MENDOZA ti NACIONAL
Este ser el nico encuentro
de esta competencia que ofrece
hoy la liga y se efectuar en el
cuadro de Barraza a las 9 y 30
a.m.
La primera vez que estos dos
oncenos se medleron, el Mendo-
za se impuso al Nacional, pero
en esta ocasin los nacionales
estn convencidos que se des-
quitarn y de paso dejarn la
retaguardia.
Los equipos estn bien acon-
dicionados se espera un movido
encuentro.
El Circuito Menor del Ftbol
del Chorrillo presentar esta
noche a las 2 en la misma cao-
cha el Juego PRI vs PRA.
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Lo Semana
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ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por K l. a
LA UNIVERSIDAD NECESITA
UN INSTRUCTOR DEPORTIVO
Seor Rector:
(continuacin de la 8a. leccin
del curso dictado por el prof.
A. Rojas S.)
EL MAESTRO O PROFESOR
El maestro o profesor de E-
ducacion Fsica encaminara su
trabajo y su guia y atesora-
miento educativo fsico y social
dentro de las normas globales
que imponga el programa ofi-
cial de saiud. Contribuir por
lo tanto a la formacin de la
ficha fsico mdico, dentro
del tiempo que el programa lo
determine. En estas palabras
del segundo punto esta la e-
sencla de! norte que debe to-
mar como ejemplo todo edu-
cador fsico para desarrollar
un programa eficiente en be-
neficio de sus alumnos.
La Educacin Fsica escolar'
constituye una actividad de I
carcter eminentemente recrea-
tiva y esta de acuerdo con loa
intereses liseos y psquicos del
educando, pero tambin lleva
implcita ei principio ae que
esta acuviaaa recreativa se o-
rientara bajo las reglas de lo
lormativo tsico y de lo orma-
tlvo moral; como medios segu-
ros para modelar la personali-
dad del escolar.
En la ltima frase de este
tercer punto esta expresada
una de las ms fundamentales
unaliaades ae toda la i lioso-
lia de la Educacin Fsica.
Porque si como educadores li-
seos tratamos de cultivar has-
ta la mxima perfeccin la in-
tegridad ormatlva del fsico
dei escolar, tambin debemos
contribuir a que esta perfec-
cin fsica vaya enmarcada
dentro de una frrea discipli-
na moral; pero no una moral
convencional, sino de una tica
en cuanto se refiere a princi-
pios morales. El maestro de
educacin fsica propugnar a
la mayor cantidad posible de
participantes en estas activi-
dades .con miras hacia una la-
bor de amplio alcance educa-
tlvo-soclal. Este ltimo punto
de nuestras principios doctri-
narlos de la Educacin Fsica
escolar, constituye el funda-
mento de la Social de toda la
Educacin Fsica moderna, co-
mo veremos en el desarrollo
del estudlp de nuestra carre-
ra, trataremos de afirmar el
concepto de que ni la gimna-
sia, ni el deportes, ni los jue-
gos recreativo* deben practi-
carse sistemticamente con un
sentid*, de Seleccin, sino con
un sentid) colectivo, nos des-
deamos por esta raan impe-
rativa que nos hemos propues-
tos, el desarrollo perfecto de
todo proceder dentro de esta
rama de la educacin Fsica.
(continuara).
rakfrailHov se inaugurar la Temporada Invernal de La
vprTa iuaren Divisa... Las Ligas menores proyectan un con-
greso Se "da'n a conocer los numerltos del> VHI^ Cwnpeonato
LauFon=o?rramo^
h Peloteros profesionales estn jugando en a J* A**5
DJazf. II estT contemplando presentar cu la Cuarta Serle dg
Caribe en 1952.. .Atractivos partidos est ofreciendo el circuito
mayor de CalWonla... Seleccin de San Blas y combinado de ma-
chis del Atlntico Jugarn hoy en Coln.
FUTBOLChocarn esta tarde en el Estadio en el Campeo-
nato de primera Huracn vs. Ibrico v Dltran vs. Hispano .In-
teresantes partidos presenta la Justa infantil de.""raza .&'
PRI ernato el primer lugar en la contienda mayor del Chorrillo y
hoV se onecern partidos de ambos circuitos en Barraza ..Tom
presin de su caigo la nueva Directiva de la Liga de Colon El
Campeonato de secunda tendr para hoy los juegos Santander
vs Ambato v Amrica vs. Alemn...El Ancn sorprendi al ven-
cer al Pacfico por 3 a 2...Estn abiertas las Inscripciones para
^Campeonato Se la Liga de Vista Hermosa^ Ditranl e Hispano
debutaron con un triunfo en la justa de primera.. .El H. D. Inge
alero Norberto Navarro y M. Mendoza renunciarn "' weatoa
en a Federacin y se llamar a. un Congreso de Delegados para
escoger los nuevos miembros.. Los nuevos directores de la Liga
de coln han comenzado a laborar y organizaran competencias en
distintas poblaciones del Atlntico... Alemn y Ancn Jr. Eanaron
en la apertura del Campeonato de segunda.
BASKETBALL.Se est trabajando para la Inauguracin de
la Temporada en el presente mes Coln pedir que atolw*-
res de aa no se les permita participar en la contienda de Pana-
m .Tom posesin la nueva directiva de la Lig^a Provincial de
Panam La Liga de Catedral est organizando su prxima tem-
porada.. Quinteto femenino de Coln jugar aqu si no hay com-
petencia en la ciudad atlntica.
SOFTBALL.Maana comenzar la serie final de la Liga
Comercial con la participacin de los equipos Cernid. Fiduciario.
Duran v Control.. .El presidente de la Liga Social est trabajando
en la organizacin de la Federacin. .Con partidos animados
contina la justa de la Polica...El equipo de La Chorrera desea
participar en el Campeonato Nacional.. Con entusiasmo sigue ei
Campeonato de los Bomberos, y hoy se ofrecer un Juego en la
Plaza Amador.
BOXEO.El prximo domingo pelearn el campen pluma
Federico Plummer y el portorriqueo Francisco Coln Garcia a
diez asaltos.. Fue reelecta la directiva de la Comisin del Sector
Profesional con Alfonso Prez de Presidente El pgil tico de
peso mosca Julio Farah. sostendr una campaa aqu v debutar
tambin el 13 de mavo.. Federico Plummer conquist el campeo-
nato nacional peso pluma al derrotar por K.O. en el quinto asalto
a Kid-Evans.
HPICA.Phoebus Apollo gan el Clsico "President* de la
Republican. Los Jinetes solicitan indulto a los compaeros sus-
pendidos. La Clase "D" tiene a su cargo la estelar del programa
de hoy en Juan Franco.. Blas Agulrre en el primer puesto de la
Estadstica de Jinetes. J. Bravo de segundo v R. Trejos de terce-
ro... Paques gan la principal prueba del programa con motivo
dei Da del Trabajo con gran monta del Jinete chileno J. Con-
trerae. ___________
VARIOS.BU Hele gan el Campeonato Abierto de Tenis del
Istmo y Julio Pnula qued de 8ubcampen. Con marcado inte-
rs sigue el torneo de Bolos ..Satisfactorias marcas s registra-
ron en torneo de Levantamiento para Novatos... Chlrlaul. Herre-
ra. Qoln v Panam estarn representados en los Campeonatos
Nacionales de Levantamiento para Novatos el 31 de mavo...El
torneo intercoleglal de volleyball se efectuar en el Gimnasio
Nacional. .Rinde informe el Jefe de la Delegacin a los Juegos
Panamericanos.. .8e anuncian varias fechas para las competen-
cias intercolegiales.. Contina destacndose C. McSween en los
Estados Unido...Lloyd LaBeach impone record mundial en Aus-
tralia en las 130 yardas con tiempo de 11.9 segundos' Planean
que sean individuales las iustas lntercoleglales de natacin.
Partidos de la Liga
Independiente de
Bisbol de S. Felipe
LIGA DE BASE BALL DEL
BARRIO DE SAN FELIPE
Campeonato de 1951
Calendario de Juegos
Primera Vuelta
Mayo
Mayo 6: Veteranos vs. San-
to Domingo. Bolivar vs. Fte.
Chiriqui.
Mayo 13: Veteranos vs. Bo-
lvar. ^ ,
Mayo 20: Santo Domingo vs.
Fte. Chiriqui, .
Mayo 27 Santo Domingo vs.
Bolvar.
Junio
Junio 3: Veteranos vs. Ft.
Chiriqui. Santo Domingo va
Veteranos.
Junio 10: Fte. Chiriqui vs.
Bolivar.
Junio 17: Bolvar vs. Vete-
ranos. Fte. Chiriqui vs. Santo
Domingo.
El Campeonato se Inaugui
el 29 de Abril, y en el juego
de apertura el Bolvar se im-
puso al Santo Domingo. En el
segundo encuentro el lo. de
Mayo, el Chiriqui le gan a
Los Veteranos por 2 a 1.
Los partidos se realizan en
la playa del Malecn frente al
Palacio Nacional.
Deportivas
Mundiales
HOLANDA, Mayo 8. (UP).
Holanda elimin a Mona-
co en la primera vuelta de la
Zona Europea del Torneo de
Tennis por la Copa Davis, ga-
nando el partido dobles de
ayer en el segundo dia de la
prueba para alcanzar la pun-
tuacin de tres partidos a ce-
ro. Ayer los holandeses Hans
Van Swol, e Ivo Rinkel, de-
rrotaron a Georges Pasquler y
Alex Nogues, de Monaco por
6-1, 6-2. '6-2 v 6-2, en partido
fcil que dur lo menos 45
minutos. Holanda y haba ga-
nado ayer dos partidos Indi-
viduales. Holanda tugar aqui
con Irlanda en la segunda
vuelta el 12. 13 y 14 del pre-
sente mes.
ion 76 y Dep.
Chin chocan en el
juego de apertura
Hoy en la maana Inaugura
su temporada Invernal de Base
baU Dlstritorial de la Chorrera
en el cuadro de Matuna con el
interesante partido entre los
equipos Unin 76 y Dep. Chin.
Cinco equipos de fuerza pare-
jas toman parte en esta con-
tienda y son, Unin 78, Dep.
Chin, Estrellas del Parque. Puer
to Caimito y Dep. alboa; por
primera vez en la historia del
baseball de La Chorrera el se-
or Antonio Aguilar no patro-
cinar ninguna novena.
Los lanzadores anunciados son
por el Unin 76 E. Rodrguez
y por el Chin, Dionisio Salinas.
Para este acto han sido invi-
tados las autoridades oficiales
civiles deportivas, redactores
deportivos, deportistas distin-
guidos y pblico en general.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
1 Baseball De La Liga De
San Felipe Presenta Hoy En
La Maana Su Primer Doble
Juegan Veteranos-Sto. Domingo y Bolvar-Chiriqu
ESTADO DE LOS CONJUNTOS
Baseball de San Felipe
G. P. Pje.
Fuerte Chiriqui...... -1 0 LOO*
Dep. Bolivar ......*, 1 0 1.000
Santo Domingo .... 0 1 .000
Veteranos........ 0 1 .000
La Liga Independiente de
Base-Ball Amateur del Barrio
de San Felipe presenta hoy su
primer Doble Dominical comen-
zando a las 8.00 a.m. con el
juego entre Veteranos y Santo
Domingo, y 15 minutos despus
Bolvar va Fte. Chiriqui quienes
se disputarn el primer puesto
de la Liga.
Los Veteranos han anunciado
a Fabio Croaswalte para hacer
los ofrecimientos contra los Do-
minicanos y stos colocarn en
el morrillo a Efrain Rico lan-
zador de gran consistencia.
Rogelio Mern ser el encar- .
gado de las serpentinas de los
Bollvarlanos, quienes vienen dis
puestos a quedar en el primer
puesto da la justa; la direccin
chtricana para no dejarse sor-
prender han estado practicando
diariamente al zurdo Isaac Ca-
rrasco, para hacerle frente a loa
vleJosT v.
Por el parejo e Interesante de
los Juegos se espera una gran
concurrencia.
Los nombres de propaganda en los equipos
de ftbol estn amenazando seriamente
la organizacin y vida de los clubes
por Mario FONSECA Z.
8UIZA, Mayo 6. (UP).
Suiza adquiri la ventaja de 2
a 0 sobre Luxemburgo en el
firlmer dia de los partidos de
a primera vuelta de la Zona
Europea en el Torneo de Ten-
nis de la Copa Davls. Sus Ju-
gadores individuales Max Al-
grecht, y Jost Spltzer, derro-
taron a los Luxemburgueses
Gastn Wampach. y Geza Wer-
thelm, por 6-3, 6-8, 6-1, 6-0,
y por 6-0, 6-4 y 6-2, respec-
tivamente.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
f'E Mo Sw I;**9'
Es Barato y Efectivo
PARIS, Mayo 6. (UP).
Francia derrot a Italia por 49
a 37 en partido de Basket Ball
del Campeonato Europeo. Ho-
landa haba derrotado a Suiza
poco antes del primer partido,
por 48 a 44.
ZAOREN, Mayo 6. (UP).
Milan Branovlc de Vugoes-
lavla derrot a Ernst Bucholz.
de Alemania por 4-7. 5-7, 6-2,
6-2 y 6-4 en partido de la pri-
mera vuelta de la Zona de
Europa del Torneo de Tennis
por la Copa Davls. El segundo
partido fu apla?ado hasta
maana debido al fuerte to-
rrencial aguacero.
No hay duda que Panam es
uno de los lugares del mundo
donde con mayor Indiferencia se
tratan los casos deportivos. Tee
mos por ejemplo el asunto del
Gimnasio de Antn, que est
a punto de ser condenado por
oraen de la Oficina de Sanidad
y nuestra autoridades deporti-
vas parecen haberse cruzado de
brazos en este problema y nada
en lo absoluto se piensa hacer
en su favor. El Gimnasio Nacio-
nal de la capital el nico con
que contamos para espectcu-
los de Basketball y otros de-
portes, tiene ms de 18 aos que
no sabe que es una mano de
pintura, y su techo es similar
a una coladera. En la tempo-
rada pasada, en algunas ocasio-
nes tuvo que suspenderse los
partidos a causa de la lluvia que
se colaba. Nosotros no tenemos
mayor idea en que emplea Edu-
cacin Fsica las entradas que
percibe por espectculos paga-
dos .impuestos y dems entra-
das. Si hay un deporte que le
deja beneficio al Departamento
de Educacin Fsica es el Basket
ball y si hay un deporte que
menos beneficio recibe de ese
departamento es tambin el
Basketball. Es tiempo, que se
haga algo por dar un mejor as-
pecto al viejo casern de la
Avenida "A" que est frente a
la Polica, y el cual conocemos
como Gimnasio (Nacional. No so-
lo panameos vamos a ese co-
liseo, tambin van extranjeros y
tienen por fuerza que llevarse
una Impresin pobre de nuestro
viejo casern y de nuestro Es-
tado. que Irn a decir los Tro-
tamundos?
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
para Hoy Domingo:
laMUECO... por su ltima.'
WHITE FLEET.. enemigo n-
mero uno; 2aSTELLA...la se-
mana pasada fallaron.. .Romn
tico...dos romances; 3aCUP
OF JOY.. .Jaime puede con ella
FRIGHT...cualquier da de es-
tos ganar; 4aCAFETAL.. Por
el Mago es peligroso. ..VHXA-
rreal.. .puede ser el ganador; 9a
GRIS...otra que se apunta el
Tanque... WELSH FOX... ene-
migo de nuestro escogido; 6a
SANDOWOOD... clase "A"...
BEACH SUN...se descubri en
la anterior; 7a. CURACA...ol-
vdese de su ltima...POLVO-
RAZO. siempre place; 8a
HURLECANO... tan bueno como
su dueo.. BENDIGO.. .cuidado
con ste; 9a. EL MAGO... su
nombre.. DARK DELITO!.. pue
d sorprender: 10aMAR SE -
LLESA... caminando ganar...
GOLDBM TIP...por clase puede
liaMILROS. ...sln ahora cuan
do...BEDUINO., super peligro-
so.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de an Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
HITCIOT* OB AYER
Liau aiaaa [-nrv
jrana duran
I 1 J !jV"l'l* FllP
CKRBIBmflT
FlFlima njrtnni
i.t.~i maro irt
>tlAlEJQl5llSloni
En das pasados, La Liga
Provincial de ootDal ae Pana-
m aio un fuerte golpe a los
Clubes rganizaaos, golpe que
puede ser deilntlvo, ai aceptar
en el camponato de primera
categora ai equipo Dltrani. El
equipo Dltran al llevar este
nomDr sirve de propaganda
personal al Sr. Francisco Di-
tranl y de propaganda comer-
cial ai estaolecimiento de es-
te Seor. El equipo Ditranl, lo
sabemos toaos, no. es un Cluo
organizado; es cierto que ellos
han presentaao estatutos ante
la Liga, pero esos estatutos s-
lo sirven para cubrir a una
organizacin ficticia. Si le pi-
diramos al tesorero del Ciub
Ditranl que nos diga con cuan-
to contribuyeron los socios pa-
ra la compra de los uniformes,
estamos seguros de que ningn
socio cooper y de que el Sr.
Ditranl pag integramente los
uniformes.
Al abrir esta puerta la Liga
tendr que dejarla abierta
permanentemente y estamos
seguros de que para el prximo
campeonato un grupo de co-
merciantes trataran de.organi-
zar equipos a base de los Ju-
gadores de los equipos organi-
zados; pues inscribir un equi-
po de primera categora te-
presenta para un comerciante
una inversin soberbia, que le
puede producir pinges ganan-
cias dada la enorme propa-
ganda que recibe el negocio de
este' comerciante a un costo
tan bajo. Siendo imposible
para los Clubes organizados
como son: Pacfico, Ancn,.
Huracn, Ibrico, Hispano,
competir econmicamente con
poderosas empresas comercia-
les, estas entidades quedan en
gran peligro de desorganizarse
o por lo menos de verse en ni
obligacin de retirar sus e-
quipos, si sus jugadores por
medio de halagos, se van para
los equipos comerciales.
Los clubes deportivos tienen
como Ideal al iundarse, sem-
brar en el corazn de sus so-
cios y de sus Juugadores un
amor desinteresado hacia el
Club. En todos los pases del
mundo existen estos clubes y
en Costa Rica, pais que tiene
la misma poblacin de Pana-
m, hay algunos de ellos que
cuentan mas de mil socios,
edificios y estadios propios. Los
Clubes Deportivos son funda-
dos no para un ao o dos si
no para siempre; all se fo-
mentan- grandes amistades y
aprenden la mayora de los j-
venes a entender el deporte co-
mo debe ser.
De un Club pueden retirarse
veinte o treinta socios y el
Club sigue funcionando. Pero si
de un Club ficticio se retira el
| patrocinador o comerciante,
tiene que morir porque los mu-
chachos de los clubes organi-
zados por comerciantes juegan
por Inters y no por convic-
cin. Cando el patrocinador se
retira ellos son Incapaces de
llevar adelante su Club que en
realidad nunca existi, y prue-
ba irrefutable de sto es el he- i
cho de que los Clubes Ancn
y Pacifico son los nicos que-
se han sostenido ya mas de
quince aos. Ningn equipo co-
mercial en ninguna rama de <
los deportes ha sabido mante-
nerse firme y todos han fraca-
sado. El perjuicio que le na
causado la aceptacin del Club
Ditranl al football es tan gra-
ve que nuestro football est en
inminente peligro de retardar
su progreso en dos o tres aos.
En la Inauguracin de esta
Campeonato, el Ibrico que en
el Campeonato pasado contaba
con un equipo-acoplado y que
jug una excelente calidad da
football, present un equipo
pobre, completamente desarti-
culado, y s no perdi por un
score ms alto es porque la
suerte lo favoreci. El pblico
sali defraudado de la calidad
de football que se jug.
La Liga de Football, o sino
la Federacin, debe tomar me- |
dldas severas para eliminar en
el prximo Campeonato a los
equipos como el Alemn Jr. y
Ditranl. que llevan nombre de
personas, y cerrar definitiva-
mente la puesta a esta epide-
mia que amenaza peligrosa-
mente la vida de Clubes quo
lian nacido y se han levanta-
do mediante grande.''sacrifi-
cios.
PRONSTICOS i
Por ONE TWO KID
1WHITE FLEET Mueco
2STELLA Bl Mono
3CUP OF JOY Interlude
4VILLAR REAL La' Prensa |
5WELSH FOX Grasu
6SANDWOOD Beach Sun
7CURACA Daiquiri
8HURLECANO Gran Dia
9EL MAGO Tltom
10MARSELLESA Batn
11MILROS Armeno
CADENA DE
BOLILLAS
(BALL CHAIN)
Aparente para Llaveros, Re-
lojes Lamparas, etc. En
rollos de 150 metros. Listas
para embarque de V.Y en
cualquier cantidad. Escrba-
nos solicitando cotizaciones
directas de la Fbrica sin
competencia alguna.
STANDARD SALES
& SERVICE, S.A.
Casilla 2443, Lima, Per.
PARA BASKETBALI
10 PRIMERO PARA
LASTIMADURAS
e IRRITACIONES:
GRANDE 35' PEQUEO J0


//<
es la ms solicitada
entre las pelotas lami-
nadas. Nunca varia do
tamao ni perfecta re-
dondez. Dura mucho
mas quo las pololas do
cuero y cuesta monos.
MARTIN B. GlASGAll
fcO.i. 1117.






DOMINGO. MATO , 1951
DOMINICAL
PAGINA CINCO
puMinuu, witiu , aai___________........ ..... ____ -. _____- i--------- -...........-- ------------ .........---------------.....---------- .......... -........ ......
COUNT TURF GANO AYER EL DERBY DE KENTUCKY
LOUISVILLE, Mayo (UP)
(.'oant Turf de propiedad de
Jack Amlel de Amiel de Balti-
more cano ayer el Derby de
Kentucky Imponiendo en el re-
corrido de una milla y un cuar-
to el tiempo de 2.02 3-5, es de*
elr dos segundos menos que
Count Fleet, su padre hace t
aos.
Royal Mustang; qued en se-
gundo lugar y Kuhe en tercero.
Count Turf obtuvo asi un
premio de 98.050 dlares supe-
rando el record anterior de 86.-
400 que fui el premio en efec-
tivo obtenido por Assault en 1
carrera en 1M6.
Count Turf montado por Conn
McCreary, se puso a la cabeta
de 20 caballos de tres aos par-
ticipantes en la vuelta final,
para repetir asi la hazaa de
su padre Count Fleet que gano
Interesante Programa de
Carreras Se Celebra Esta
tarde En El Hipdromo Nal.
Daiquiri y
Polvorazo se
destacan aqu
La Permanente y La Compaa
No. 4 Siguen Hoy El Softball
Interno Del Cpo. De Bomberos
Estado de los Equipos de Soft-
Ball de los Bomberos
!p Pctje.
0
Electricistas .10
Ca. No. 5 10
Banda de Cornetas 1 0
Comandancia 1 1
Cia. No. 3 1
G. Permanete
Ca. No. 4
Cia. No. 1
Ca. No. 8
1
1 1
0
0
0
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
5001
500 I
500
000
000
000
Hoy continuar la Liga In-
terna de softball del Cuerpo
de Bomberos con el partido
entre los equipos
Compaa Nmero 4
vs.
Permanente
Gran Inters existe entre los
muchachos de la Camisa Roja
por este choque que se llevar
a cabo en el campo de juegos
de la Plaza Amador Guerrero.
Los defensores de los colores
de la Compaa Nmero 4 tie-
nen una derrota en este cam-
^oiiato, mientras que los de
Permanente cuenta con una
victoria v una derrota. Es de
presumir pues que el cotejo
ser Interesante.
Tendrn lugar siempre hoy los
dos partidos del Ftbol Menor
Hoy se efectuarn siempre
los dos partidos del Campeo-1
nato de Ftbol de Segunda Ca-
tegora de la Liga Provincial I
de Panam entre los equipos
SANTANDER vs. AMBATO
8:45 a.m.
AMERICA vs. ALEMN
10 a.m.
Estos encuentros se haban
suspendido primeramente debi-
do a que no se contaba con iA
cuadro del Estadio para hoy en
la maana, pero gestiones rea-
lizadas por el Presidente de la
Liga. Dr. Juan Nicosia, dieron
resultados satisfactorios, ce-
diendo el Director de la Liga
de Baseball de Caltdonia el
campo.
En esta forma, el Campeo-
nato de ftbol menor contina
hoy y debutan en la justa los
oncenos Santander y Amrica,
quedando nicamente por Ju-
gar el Hispano Jr., que cum-
plir su primer compromiso el
prximo domingo.
HONRADEZ.En un banco de Salt Lake City, se ha colocado este
jarro con 825.00 en cambio. Si usted quiere cambio, no tiene ms
5ae meter su billete y sacar el equivalente. Un arqueo de los fon-
os del Jarro demostraron que haba 19 centavos de ms al finali -
xar nn da de trabajo.
DE FTBOL .
* *
por Ivn KANCHA glamento al dedillo y tienen su
. _, ,,. respectiva personalidad, pero
El ftbol 11 la actualidad | en cambio les hace falta expe-
est en todo su apogeo, se Ju.e- rienda y eso es lo que le debe
ga also, pero debiera ser mas, dar la lisa Provincial, cltndo-
parece que el V Centroameri- ios, llamndolos a su serio y
ano ha hecho su efecto; hay, darles oportunidades para di-
muchos patrocinadores de equi-1 rlglr partidos. En este mismo
pos y el entusiasmo comienza; local debe reunirse una vez por
a contagia* a las grandes ma- | semana para cambiar ideas,
**s. consultarse el uno cualquier
Lo qua si falta a ojos visto \^^^^X c^SX-
m ,m. *!2Lr.b"Sil -? JS ""s mltloles, prdidas- de
&. s. ^rv^0 jasa: d !pU^e\p^b!e?
Por RDEME
Interesante programa de ca-
rreras se presentar esta tarde
en el Hipdromo Nacional, el
cual Incluye once pruebas que
prometen resultar emocionantes
en alto grado.
En el cotejo estelar de la tar-
de se enfrentarn los equinos
de la Clase D, prueba en la cual
participan cinco ejemplares to-
dos con opcin al triunfo. En
nuestra opinin que la carrera
ser estrecha, pues es difcil
vaticinar el ganador. La prueba
ser sobre una distancia de una
milla y un octavo.
Aqu reaparece el magnifico
caballo del Stud Blue Se White,
DAIQUIRI que segn los exper-
tos es el ejemplar a batir. Sus
trabajos diarios lo indican como
contendor peligroso. En la carre-
ra debe resultar favorito el ca-
ballo Polvorazo que est co-
rriendo muy bien. Completan el
lote Microbio, Hualro y Curaca.
En otra de las pruebas prin-
cipales se enfrentan los caballos
de la clase "F" sobre un tiro de
1800 metros. Compiten aqu Pa-
ragon, Paques, Welsh Fox, Gris
y Cobrador.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
En la primera carrera EL MA-
l SO segundo White Fleet.
En la segunda carrera STE-
LLA, segunda Golden Patricia.
En la tercera carrera, CUP OF
JOY debe ganar Interlude de
segundo.
En la cuarta carrera LA
PRENSA segundo Vlllarreal.
En la quinta carrera WEL8H
FOX segundo Cobrador.
En la sexta carrera 8AND-
WOOD segundo Costina.
En la sptima carrera, DAI-
QUIRI, segundo Curaca.
En la octava carrera HURLE-
CANO. segundo Gran Da.
En la novena carrera, FLA-
MENCO, de segundo Titom.
En la dcima carrera MARSE-
LLESA de segundo Amazona
En la undcima carrera MIL-
ROS de segundo Beduino.
Destacada actuacin
tuvo C. Magdaleno
en la justa de Chilr
Labor defensivo de los Cama-
reros en el VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
en Chltr.
P.O. A. T.CH. Ave
xMagdaleno (C) 17 19 38 1.000
Rodrguez (CH) 10 15 31 1.000
M. CedeO (H) 7 7 14 1.000
F. Castillo P) 7
J. M. velazco (LS) 4
M Berrocal (COC) 2
T. Trottman (BT) 2
D. Fernndez (H) 0
A. Adames (V) 1
R. Tejada (V) 1
D. Aizpra (V) 1
N. Bocanan (P) 17 19 37
E. Rico (BT) 12 10 23
G. Calvo (COC) 17 13 32
W. Ramos iVt 7 6 14
D. Peralta (D) 5 5 11
J. Carrillo (O 6 4 11
F. Ros (H) 7 11 20
O. Gmez (LS) 3 5 9
Montenegro (LS) 11 13 28
L. Sanjur (P) 3 3 7
J. Andrade ID) 14 12 31
F. Alfaro (8B> 6 7 16
D. Valds (SB) 9 4 16
S. Him (V) 7 12 24
K. Prez (SB) 2 1 4
A. Nez (SB) 12 4
P. Vsquez (LS) 0 3 5
Barahona (COC) 114
O. Recuero (D) 10 3
L. Montero (CH) 0 14
donde hay varias Ligas, Fede-
racin, y todo eso, es un es-
cndalo: hemos visto a la ma-
yora de Jugadores de primera
arbitrar y todos han sido un
fracaso; una cosa es ser ju-
gador y otra juez. En cuanto
a los arbitros que han toma-
do su curso casi todos brillan
por la ausencia, ms que to-
do por la falta de estimulo de
las Ligas, comenzando por la
Provincial, sta slo cree que
sus tres jueces oficiales son la
ltima palabra en la materia
en Panam, pero en honor a
la verdad slo uno cumple los
requisitos, desgraciadamente
ninguno de. los tres entrena y
de all que sus fallos sean
completamente errticos.
Podemos citar una decena
de arbitros que conocen el ra-
mas que todo para bien y or-
gullo de nuestro terruo.
2 9 1.000
2 6 1.000
4 1.000
4 1.000
2 1.000
2 1000
1 1.000
1 1.000
.973
.957
,938
.929
.909
.909
900
889
.857
.857
.839
.813
.813
.792
.750
.750
.600
.500
.333
.250
ABREVIATURAS PO. -Put
Out; A-Asistencia; T-CH- Total
de Chances; AVE-Averaje.
C-Coln: CH-Chirlqui; H.-
Herrera; P.Panam; S.Los San-
tos; C-Cocl; BT-Boca del Toro;
V-Veraguas D.-Darln; SB. San
Blas.
Jos de la Mercedes Muoz.
Compilador Oficial.
el Derby on 1943. Los apostado-
res haban concedido a Count
Turf mur pocas posibilidades
de triunfar pera ste pag a ca-
gan? dor la suma de $31.20. 14.04
y 6.60.
Royal Mustang que apareca
en los boletos de apuesta junto
con Golden Birch de la misma
cuadra pag 53 dlares y 21.80.
Se calcul que alrededor de
cien mil personas se congrega-
ron en el Hipdromo para pre-
senciar la septuagsima carre-
ra del Kentucky Derby. El favo-
vorito de los apostadores Battle
Morn cotizado 5 a 2 y montado
por el famoso Eddie Arcara que-
d en el quinto lugar despus
de Phil Dod. Mameluke que es-
taba considerado como segundo
favorito termin en el ultimo
lugar y abandon la pista co-
jeando.
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Count Turf al ganar mantuvo i lo-padre e hijo conquista esta
la tradicin familiar, pues ade-' triunfo,
ms de su padre haber gana-
do el Derby, su abuelo Reigh | El total de apuesta que fu*
Count venci tambin en esta i de 1.294.474 dlares tambin u
carrera en 1928. Esta es la pri- nuevo record superado el re-
mera vez en la historia del cord anterior de 1.263.042 esta-
Derby que una familia de abue-1 Mecido en 1947.
Los finalistas del torneo abierto de tenis
Esta vista muestra a losados finalistas del pasado torneo
abierto de Tenis del Istmo, con un grupo de entusiastas de-
portistas, y ellos son el veterano Bill Hele (derecha) que
conquist una vez ms el Campeonato, y el profesor Julio P-
nula (izquierda) que obtuve el subeampeonato: ambos tienen
el trofeo que ganaron en esta. hua.
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ADIS, MI VIDA!Therman Matheny, Inspector de llantas de la
Goodrich le da un beso de despedida a la ltima llanta con cau-
cho blanco mientras dure la emergencia. Asi que ya lo saben,
adis, llanta ma!
MODELO DE MODA.El hombre bien vestido de Corea tiene que
usar este modelo de chaleco, a prueba de balas! En la foto ve-
mos a otro soldado admirando el corte elegante .del chaleco. Bue-
no, si no es elegante, es a prueba de balas!
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
EL COMISARIATO TAGAR0PUL0S, S.A.
se complace en anunciar a su distinguida clientela
qu acaba de recibir las siguientes mercancas:
Sirope italiano en botellas 'ORZATA', 'MOTTA'. 'AMARENA'.
Salaminito "Miln'' (italiano legtimo).
Salami Extra "Miln" (italiano legitimo).
Salami "Copa" Mortadela (italiana).
Sardinas en sal "Sicilian".
Filetes de anchoas portuguesas en latas de 13 os. y Z" oz.
Caviar roso "Romanof" Caviar Rojo_Tarama, T\j oz.
Halvas (Halwash) Pava Beans (Habas)
Aceitunas preparadas en frascos "Ro Rita".
Peperoncini griego en frascos de 1 Ib.
Pistachio Nuts de 1 Ib. y ^ Ib.
Blugour (Trigo molido).
SERA A UNA VUELTA LA SERIE
EINAL DEL SOFTBALL COMERCIAL
Maana se Iniciar en el Cam-
po de Santa Rita la serle final
por el campeonato de softball co-
mercial en la cual participarn
los equipos que lograron termi-
nar en los primeros lugares de
esta liga.
E El primer choque ser a las
7:30 y se enfrentan los equipos
Control del Comejn y Caf Du-
ran. Este partido debe resultar
sumamente reido ya que ambos
equipos lograron descollar du-
rante los fuegos regulares de la
liga.
En el otro partido se enfren-
tan El Fiduciario y el Matas Ce-
rnid Juego que tambin prometa
alternativas muy interesantes.
La serie continuar el martes.
Hoy Se Inician Las Competencias
De Ftbol Del Oratorio Festivo
Extraordinario programa de
boxeo amateur se celebrar
en Coln durante la Feria
v_
Extraordinario programa de
Boxeo amateur se celebrar en
la ciudad de Coln con motivo
de la Feria Agropecuaria, en-
tre pgiles de Panam y Co-
ln.
La cartilla es de lo ms se-
lecta y participarn los si-
uientes boxeadores:
anima Coln
Totl Elias vs. Eduardo Weather
109 libras
Vctor Asprllla vs. M. Prescott
112 libras
Alberto Tern vs. Isidro Martnez
118 libras
Chico Anderson vs. H. Douglas
126 libras
Luis Rodriguez vs. H. Jones
Escalante se luci
como inicialisla en
el VIII Campeonato
Labor defensiva de los In ica listas
en l VIII Campeonato Nacional
de Baseball Amateur en Chltr:
P.O. A. T.CH. Ave
Escalante (P) 73 4 77 1.000
Morales (CH) 65 4 60 1.000
Osorio (H) 52 2 54 1.000
Cedeo (L.8.) 50 1 51 1.000
Charles (C) 42 2 44 1.000
Fernndez
(COC) 27 1 28 1.000
Brown (B.T. 25 2 27 1.000
Osorio (H) 23 1 24 1.000
Gonzlez (P) 15 1 15 1.000
Recuero (D) 13 () 13 1.000
Muoz (L.S.) 11 0 11 1.000
Nez (8.B.) 8 1 9 1.000
Wedderburn
(CH) 9 0 9 1.000
Castillo (H) 8 0 8 1.000
Osorio (COC) 7 0 7 1.000
Cobos (P) 6 6 1.000
Batista (L.8.) 4 0 4 1.000
Ortega (D) 4 () 4 1.000
Prez (P) 2 0 2 1.000
Selles (CH) 1 1 2 1.000
Larrlnaga Jimnez (C) 44 2 47 .979
Castillo (V)) 78 4 84 .978
Valdesplno (D) 54 1 57 .965
Hern (B.T.) 36 2 40 .950
Mena (8.B.) 89 1 96 .938
Vsquez (L.8.) 30 0 33 .909
Berrocal (COC 53 !> 63 .892
Barsallo (D) 3 0 5 .600
'Campen en esa posicin.
Abreviaturas: P.O. Put Outs:
A Asistencia; T.CH. Total de
Chances: P-Panam: CH-Chl-
rlqul; H Herrera: L.8. Los
Santos: C Coln: COC Co-
cl; B.T. Bocas del Toro: D -
Darln; S.B. San Blas; V Ve-
raguas.
i. de las Mercedes Muoz,
Compilador Oficial.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
La Comisin de Boxeo Amateur
cita a todos los interesados en
este deporte a una reunin que
tendr lugar maana Lunes en
el Gimnasio Nacional a las 7:30
p.m., con el fin de exponer y dis-
cutir sobre las nuevas actividades
para la pr. xima temporada.
Resultados de
los juegos de las
Grandes Ligas
LIGA AMERICANA
Equipos G P Pts.
New York .... 13 4 .765
Cleveland ... .10 *- .714
Washington . .10 5 .667
Chicago.....8 7 .533
Boston.....8 8 .500
Detroit.....6 7 .463
St. Louls.....4 13 .235
Filadelphla .... 3 14 .176
RESULTADOS DE AYER
Piladelfla 000 000 0202 7 2
Cleveland 000 300 OOx3 4 1
Fowler (0-2). Martin (8) y
Murray. Garca (2-0) y Hegan.
Wash. 00O 000 0000 3 2
Chicago 001 121 20x7 10 2
Kuzava (21-2, Bron (7) y Okrie.
Can (1-2). Gumpert (7) y Masi.
N York 20 (10) 102 110-17 21 1
St. L. 001 102 0206 11 3
Raschl (4-1, Ostrowski (6) y
Berra. Johnson (0-1), Fannln
(3>,Medllnger (7), Herrera (9) y
Lollar, Kluttz (3), Moss (8).
(Once Innings)
Boston 002 100 021 017 16 4
Detroit 100 014 000 028 12 0
Scarborough, Nlxon (6), Mas-
terson (7), McDermott (8), Evans
(9), Taylor (0-3) (9) y Rosar.
Batts (7), Guerra (9). Hutchin-
son. Herbert (3-0) (9) y Gins-
berg.
LIGA NACIONAL
Equipos G P Pts.
St. Louls .... 9 b .643
8 .600
Brooklyn ... .10 8 .555
Pittsburgh .... 8 7 .533
Flladelfla .... 9 9 .500
Chicago .... 7 8 .467
Cincinnati .... 6 10 .375
New York .... 7 13 .350
RESULTADOS DE AYER
Cincinnati 000 002 1238 12 4
Brooklyn 230 000 61x-12 13 0
Raffensberger (0-3), yerly (2),
Blackburn (6), Peterson (7),
Blake (8) y Schefflng. Van Cuyk
(1-2), King (9) y Campanella.
Chicago 000 000 0022 6 2
Boston 000 000 0000 5 0
McLlsh (1-3) and Walker. Sain
(1-3) y Cooper.
Pittsburgh 000 300 0003 7 1
New York 000 242 00x8 10 1
Koski (0-1), Werle (5), Demp-
aey (7) y Fitzgerald. Hearn. Get-
tel (4), Bowman (1-2) y Noble.
(Doce Innings)
St. Louis
200 000 010 014 10 0
Flladelfla
000 200 010 003 12 1
Munger, Staley (3-1 > y Rice,
Garaglola (10). Johnson. Chrls-
tance (1), Konstanty (9) y Wi-
ber..
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ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
TEZ AMARILLENTA-
CARCTER IRRITABLE
pueden ser manifestaciones (le
enfermedades del hgado y de los
rones, que requieren un correc-
tivo para que puedan eliminar
las materias nocivas y
purificar la sangre.
v De venia
n toda las farmacia*.
I*. B. A. W. CkaM Miiia Ca.. IMJ
CMknlla, Cmi
.'PSSBjl
Para lot desarreglos del
hgado y los rones
l P/IDORAS D'
Dr. Chase
El pgrma comprende
cinco partidos
El Oratorio Festivo Inaugura
hoy las Competencias de Ft-
bol del Presente ao con un
atractivo programa que com-
irender cinco partidos, dos en
as horas de la maana y tres
en la tarde.
La Temporada de Campeonato
del popular Oratorio Festivo se
iniciara a las s y 30 a.m. con
el partido entre los equipos do
5a. categora PATRIA vs BOSCO
SCOUT; luego se medirn loa
oncenos de la misma divisin
SANTA FE vs LEGIONARIOS.
En la tarde los tres partidos
correspondern al circuito de la
6a. Categora con la participa-
cin de Tos conjuntos:
AVISPA vs LEGIONARIOS
ANCN va GRILLO
BOSCO SCOUT vs PATRIA
Nueve equipos estn inscri-
tos en la Quinta Categora, y lor
otros cinco son: Santander. Ma-
yor Harrison, Cervecera, Mosca
y Fortuna.
En la sexta categora partici-
parn seis y todos debutan hoy.
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en polvo
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Ka Irada San Francisco
in t. V remandar t>. Vatarlnarn
iras: f a.m 12 m t p.m -Seo*
apartado SIS. Panam. R li I
Tel. Panama J-3I2S
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencie.'
completamente amoblada, en lote I
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de 1,1
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recimaras con dos baos, 2 ha-
bitaciones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente b o ft o; cocina
grande. desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situada entre Paitilla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ano o mis' tiempo y es.
tari lista ti lo. d* Junio. Tal. 3-
0255.
SE VENDEN:Muebles de todo cla-
se y uno estufo de 4 fogones,
muy barate. Lime Tel. 3-2633.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
56 ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficinas focales cntricos en le
alto de Avenida Central 44 o
precios mdicos. Soliciten Infer-
mocin en Almacenes 5 y 10 can-
tuvos.
SE ALQUILA:Cholar 3 recamo roa
en calle 9o. No. 32. Son Francis-
ca. Llame Tel. 3-2633. ...
4...U.* .*....... M > 4
SE ALQUILA:Residencie cmo,
parte de ella puede destinorla co-
mo depsito o mostrarlo. Precio
sin competencio. Transporte fre-
cuente y telfono. Informes Tel.
3-0471. Apdo. 1045.
oda,
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
BUENOS MODALES
rededores de sus apartamento..:,
aiemDre y cuando que estos a-
nimales no sean una fuente de.
aole- la.s irrazonables o de dis-
tBrbin.s a los vecinos''
'"Teniendo esto en mente, se
advlorte a los dueos de pe-
rros que controlen las -hbi-
tos indeseables" de sus anima-
les a fin de que no infrinjan
derechos de oros ocuijan-
|^H de los apartamentos Exis-
ten areas pblicas lo suficien-
temente grandes y cerca de las
casas de apartamentos para que
loe dueos de perros lleven a
^s a fin de evitar molestias
a ras persona*'.
tech
azaron
^i discutir sus niveles ac-
t>>s delegados occidentales se
'Ceap.on aceptar sto, basande-
p *>' c,ue es Ilgico Parece q.ie
t .cuerda significa que R,,-
^a .andona su demanda vi
HjahCnUn tambin las ru:>
le Rusia abandon
da que se discutan ;a;,.-
n las cuestiones del Paite
ltU Atlntico y las bases uj-
Tercera seslu
Mayo 9
930 am. Discusin del
Reglamento.
Presidente. J. Kennard John-
son.
Informes a los miembros y
recomendaciones de la Junta
Directiva sobre el Reglamento.
Incluyendo las cuotas.
Lectores:
Casiellano: doctor Manuel
Ramn Navarro, vicepresiden-
te. Colombia.
Ingls: seor Roger Boucard,
secretarlo. Haiti.
Discusin general.
1 p.m. Almuerzo en el
Club de Golf, ofrecido por el
Club de Leones y el Club Ro-
larlo de Panam.
Cuarta Sesin
Mayo 9
3 p.m Asuntas comercia-
les.
Preside Harry E. Vendryes,
Jamaica.
Orador. Max Heurtematte, se-
cretarlo de Comercio de la Re-
pblica de Panam.
di Ponencias por los represen-
tantes de las Cmaras afi-
liadas.
C> Discusin general.
Quinta seion
Mayo 10
9 30 a.m. Elecciones Re-
soluciones
Preside J. Kennard Johnson,
a) Aprobacin del Reglamento,
b Informe de Tesorera por
Juan Sabates, Tesorero, de
Habana, Cuba.
c> Informes y resoluciones del
Comit de Postulacin.
d> Informe del Comit de Re-
soluciones.
( Asuntos generales
I ocoles comerciales en MariOno Aro-
semeno y Super Mercado Colldo-
nio; tambin en Rio Abajo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Local pora oficino.
arriba del Teotro Centro!.
SE ALQUILA:Local apropiado pa-
ra oficino. Ave. Central No. 68.
son.
8.30 p.m.
SE ALQUILAEn casa familia, cuar-
to amoblado y limpio a uno o dos
caballeros de buenas costumbres.
Estudiante No. 92, Apto. A.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado en-
trada separada, pora soltero. Calle
del Estudiante 73 Apto. 6.
"~STCOMPRA~~
SE COMPRA:Modero usodo para
piso, oferta a Mueblerio Tuftn.
Va Porras No. 130. Tel. 3-2070
A un seleccionado
en campos especializados de la
enseanza.
No encontrar mejores Pis.
tolas para pintar o Com-
presores de.Aire que los
CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD
pero
s encontrar muchos
que le costarn ms.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
LAMPARAS
FLUORECENTES
"Duro-Tesr"
10,000 horas de garanta.
1 S AL&ACTER ELSCTOtC
Pi S i /*>
. Te!. 2-2847
Buffet ofrecido,
SQue sean unos estudiantes
por la Cmara de Comercio de graduados de' Educacin, pero
Alambre de Puerco
y de Gallinero...
Champas...
Coas...
en todos los tamaos.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A. '
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Coln, en Coln, R. de P.
Despedida.
Magnfica tiesta
ganlsta nacional Profesor Azc-
rraga deleit a la concurrencia
con aires panameos y argenti-
nos. Fueron invitadas las si-
guientes personas:
Fabio Arosemena, Rogelio A-
rosemena. Sergio Betancourt,
Basilio Ford, Sammy Boyd. Ro-
berto McGrath. Terence Ford,
Jos Ehrman. W. Thurslon, Roy
Mosner. Roberto Prez. Bnrlque
Boyd. Humberto Leignadler, Car-
los Eleta. Femando Eleta. Ro-
berto Heurtematte, Benjamin
Hdanque, Roberto Motta, J. J.'
Vallarino. Guillermo de Roux,
Camilo QuelQHejeu, Arturo Mil-
ler. Arlstides Romero, Enrique
de la Guardia. Frank Morales.
Eugene Lombard. Murry Wise,
Jules Dubols. Alfredo Alemn.
Alfredo Alemn Jr., Alclbfedes
Arosemena. Jos-A. Rimon. Bo-
livar Vallarino, David Samudlo.
Jos Maria Vrela, Eduardo Ica-
78, Gilberto Arias. Harmodlo A-
rlas. Toms Gabriel Duque, Be-
lisario Porras, Samuel Lewis.
Enrique Jimnez, Carlos Brin.
Eduardo de Alba. Ernesto de la
Guardia. Ignacio Molino. Edward
J. Henrquez. Louls Martinz, Max
Arosemena. Juan B. Arlas. Ro-
berto F. Chiarl, Ricardo Arlas
E.. Galileo Solis, Rodolfo Her-
bruger. Octavio Fbrega, Alber-
to Arias. Juan Francisco Arlas.
Luis E. Garca Paredes, Octavio
Mndez Perelra. Toms Guardia,
C. B. Blrscoe. Rodolfo de St. Ma-
lo, Gmez. Gerente del Chase
Bank. Obediente. Subgerente del
National City Bank. Jos C. de
Obalda. Cremer. Gerente del
National Cltv Bank. Dr. Roberto
Alemn. Eduardo Chiarl. Color.
fi Presentacin del Presidente. Elov Auar0. Dr. Jqee Isaac F-
<* brega. Dr. Toms Guardia. Rl-
Despedida del presidente sa- cardo Adolfo de la Guardia, Gui-
liente, Sr. j. Kennard John-; llermo Mndez Perelra,
que hayan terminado por lo
menos'dos aos de estudios uni-
versitarios.
Que tengan todos, graduados
y no graduados, un promedio
de notas de por lo menos B.
5Pueden ser hombres o mu-
jeres.
fl~-No se necesita la habili-
dad de hablar el ingls.
7Que traiga una foto del
tamao pasaporte.
Se ofrece, en particular, una
oportunidad para estudiar en
los siguientes campos de es-
pecia lizacln:
lLa msica para escuelas
pblicas.
IEl arle, para escuelas
pblicas.
3La educacin del nio pre-
escolar.
4^Educacin rural.
5Economia domstica, espe-
cialmente para escuelas prima-
rias rurales.
. 6Educacin de excepclona-
les.
: 7La guia de alumnos.
8 Psicometria
0 Lectura remedial.
, Hay la posibilidad de que^e
considere otros campos de **-
peciallzaclu no mencionados
aqu.
81 cumple con estos requisi-!
.os. est citado por una entre- '
Vista con el doctor WHllafn G.
Campbell y la profesora Caro-1
.lina de Campbell en la Univer-
sidad, edificio de Humanida-
des, aula 2-213 a las 5 de la
tarde el lunes 7 de mayo.
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-260
Tenemos en existencia:
hierro de
refuerzo
cl/Tvos
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa Mu. 121
Tel. i-1503
HEMOS
RECIBIDO:
Agujas de tejer
* Copas de vidrio para
Champaa
Vosos de 6 onzas
* Mamaderas Evenflo.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No 48
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
El suscrito Secretarlo efe! Juifudo
Sectional de Tmbajo. al pblico,
COMUNICA:
due se ha sealado el dia quilfe* de
los corriente*, entre la ocho da la ma-
ana y doce del da, para llevar a ca-
li el remate de loe ilsiilentee bienes
embarrados en el juicio que sigue Luia
Antonio Perigault contra Arturo Peri-
Vftult:
1 mAquinaa da coser marca
'Sinner"......... B.120.00
14 yardas da casimir chocolata L3.
1 lote de telas de paflo de dis-
tintos colorea.......... 82.00
1 espeio............ I".0
Total B.24O.Q0
La base del remate es la suma da
D06C1ENT0S CUAKKNTA BALBOAS
(U.240.00) y aera postura admisible la
qua cubra laa dos terceras partes de u
.valo, previa la coimirnacln da la an-
ia de doce balboas con Inte centesi-
mo (B.12.2Q), en el Deapacho de !
Secretara del Tribunal '
llanta laa once de \n maana del (Ha
ilel remata aa admitirn posturas, y
Mac Arthur pide
shall habla rechazado las re-
comendaciones de los Jefes del
Estado Mayor en cuanto a que
no se discutieran las cuestio-
nes de Formosa y el Ingreso
de la China comunista en las
Naciones Unidas.
El Senador Demcrata J. Wi-
lliam Fulbrlght pregunt a Mac
Arthur/ si l crea que "nues-
tro Gobierno hubiera aceptado
esas condiciones". Es decir, el
discutir la cuestin de Formo-
sa y el ingreso de la China co-
munista en las Naciones Unidas
con base para las negociaciones
de paz.
MacArthur respondi que esas
son 'condiciones de paz comu7
nistas" y agreg que "dudo
mucho que nuestro Gobierno
las sometiera a conslderacin".
MacArthur mslstfo en que
Estados Unidos deba evitar por
todos los medios qq Formosa
cayera en manos de' lo comu-
nistas y dijo que el control ro-
jo sobre esa isla haria retroce-
der la frontera defensiva nor-
teamericana hasta la costa oc-
cidental de Estados Unidos "y
podra provocar la tercera gue-
rra mundial".
MacArthur, al parecer, esta-
ba haciendo reeaer directamen-
te sobre Marshall la responsa-
bilidad de defender la poltica
que poema dar por resultado
el traspaso de Formosa a la
China comunista y su admisin
en las Naciones Unidas.
Esa poltica ha sido atacada
por Representantes 'y Senadores
Republicanos que la califican
de "apaciguamiento" a la Chi-
na roja. 8e espera que las
comisiones de-Investigadores ci-
ten a Marshall para que com-
parezca a declarar ante ellas
la semana .prxima.
Momentos antes de formular
esas manifestaciones, MacAr-
thur haba dicho que l te-
nia la "mejor opinin" de Mar-
shall y del Jefe del Estado
Mayor mixto, General Gmar
Bradley.
Respondiendo a preguntas de
miembros de las comisiones in-
vestigadoras, MacArthur tam-
bin dijo que "una de las ma-
yores equivocaciones" que se ha
cometido fue la de permitir a
Rusia que ocupara Puerto- Artu-
ro y Dairen. en Manchuria, se-
gn acuerdo tomado en la Con-
ferencia de Yalta. El General
agreg que no se le haba In-
vitado a asistir a aquella reu-
nin.
El General declar que est
"deflnltlvamente c n v e neldo"
que Rusia conspir con China
y nor-Corea para desatar la
guerra coreana.
MacArthur dijo a la comi-
sin investigadora que en su
opinin, la invasin fue proyec-
tada meses antes de que ocu-
rriera el pasado 25 de Junio. Es-
ta fue la primera indicacin
de que MacArthur hace parcial-
mente responsable a la Unin
Sovitica por la guerra corea-
na.
Los empleados del
Banco Nal. realzaroi
una jira a Cermeo
El lo; de Mayo, fecha memo-
rable en que se rinde tributo
y pleitesa al trabajo, un grupo
de la prestigiosa Institucin
denominada Banco Racional da
Panam, realiz una gira social
deportiva a las frtiles tierras
de Cermea, correspondiendo a
la galante invitacin de uno de
los ms eficientes v queridos
empleados la Srta. Julieta Re-
mn, quien como de infinitas
atenciones a todos.
Una hilera de automviles y
un autobs cargado de pasaje-
ros y componentes de la muy
famosa orquesta de Marcelino
Alvarez fonnaroh la caravana.
La consecucin veloz de los
acontecimientos felices, tanto
sociales como deportivo no pue-
den ser narrados en tosa su ex-
tensin; En ella hubo regatas
juegos de pelota, competencias
de clavados, que Junto con Ob-
sequios deliciosos de bocadillos
v eockteles, verdadera ambrosia
insitaba deleitosamente a per-
manecer en las frescas aguas
de esa hermosa piscina.
.-A los acordes de la magn-
fica orquesta de Marcelino Al-
varez, se organiz un baile con
competencias. En medio de laa
notas que se pierden al azar,
la Orquesta dedic una pieza al
muy apreciado. Lie. Faustino
Figueroa. quien n nombre de
todos dio gracias a quienes ha-
ban hecho plausible sta gira.
.---------------------.-,------
Continuaron
El Senador John C. Slennls.
Demcrata, pregunto a MacAr-
thur si cree que la guerra co-
reana fue "principalmente lns-
Irada" por Rusia, por China y
is propios nor-coreanos. Mac
Arthur dijo que no poda con-
testar esa pregunta, y agreg:
"Pero es t o y definitivamente
de a hoi n adelante, ha.ta cuando; convencido de que los tres es-
,-i reloj marque ia doce del dia. .a e.- tatmn en conspiracin general
.i,, harn laa puja y repuja*, eoJudl-
Ambiente
Catlica
En la noche. El Cairo estSr
Inundado por luces de bengala,
en uno de los dies,.' ues mo
fastuosos de fuegos artificiales
en muchos siglos.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La da mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
Klo Abajo #154Tel 3-MZ4
Almacn Calle "I" *4
Tel l-nst
.a.ddscle loa tiene, al mejor po.tor.
l'ananti, da de Mayo'de lvil.
Lu 1. Vela.aue, B.
Secretario
El Gobierno hace
cautos para la transmisin
Irrestrlcta de falsedades deli-
beradamente fabricadas para
tergiversar los hechos que o-
curran en Panam en publi-
caciones del exterior.
El momento es oportuno pa-
ra hacer saber a quienes con-
cierna que el Gobierno est
preparado a adoptar las medi-
das que estimare pertinentes,
a fin de conservar y mante-
ner el buen crdito y presti-
gio de a Repblica tanto aqui
como en el exterior.
Ramn Ehrman.
Jefe de Prensa y Radio.
TOMA TV TIEMPO
Toma tu tiempo para trabajar
i Ea el precio de xito.
Toma tu tiempo para pensar.
Es la fuente del poder.
Toma tu tiempo para divertir-
Es el mantntial de la sabidu-
ra.
Toma tu tiempo uara soar.
Es un viaje a las estrellas.
Toma tu tiempo para amar v
i. ra ser amado. Es privilegio de
lo dioses.
para hacer un ataque en Co-
rea. No pudo haber sido desata-
da por los norcoreanos sin el
abastecimiento que fue sumi-
nistrado por el Soviet. Tampoco
hubiera podido mantenerse sin
el verdadero apoyo nacional o-
frecldo por el Ejrcito rojo
chino. Estoy seguro que tiene
que haber habido alguna cla-
se de acuerdo entre esos tres
antes de que iniciaran el ata-
que, y creo que fue concebido
meses antes de que fuera Ini-
ciado. Lleva tiempo organizar
un ejrcito como era el. nor-
coreano'\
Propuso el Gral.
rieres Comunistas chinos pidie-
ran 11 opas soviticas si se a-
dopturn sus planes para ha.-er
la rjucira contra los rojos.
Tambin expres la duda df
que los soviticos lntervlnit.^n
con 'utrza bajo la alianza Ru-
so-China del ao pasado, y opi-
n que es "muy posible" que
!os chinos consideraran ixn
"trrv y desaliento" la p:o-
puestu de numerosas tropas i .<-
sas, -juts cree que la China t&>
.'a a.ihela que los rusos se v..-
yan ut Puerto Arturo y Dai^n
primero es Magistrado Suplen-
te de la Corte Suprema de to-
tlcla y'et segundo profesor
el Instituto Nacional. Adis
son conocidos elementos comu-
nistas.
Se ha sabido que varios a-
gentes de la Secreta se pre-
sentaron a la residencia del
ex-Presldente Enrique A. Jim-
nez, con el objeto, de dete-
nerlo, pero que ste les exigi
orden de arresto de una au-
toridad competente que rio fue
presentada. Se desisti enton-
ces de su detencin.
En la maana y en la tarde
de hoy fueron arrestados va-
rios miembros del Frente Pa-
tritico de la Juventud, entre
ellos los licenciados Ivn Z-
iga, Csar A. Quintero. Ma-
nuel Solis O, Rafael Gonz-
lez y el poeta Rogelio Slnn.
En la maana de hoy haba
sido arrestado el seor don
Manuel de Jess Qljano Jr.,
yerno del ex-Preeldente Jim-
nez.
Igualmente, se ha sabido que
fueron detenidos los seores
Rmulo Escobar, Samuel Gu-
tirrez y Adolfo Benedetti,
miembros del Partido del Pue-
blo.
Se e
gado
leva el
I
a un acuerdo acercar de.
precio de 70 libras esterlinas
por tonelada de papel que se
importar a Gran Bretaa du-
rante el segundo semestre o
1951.
8' dice que el nuevo precio
i'ompicnde los impuestos de e\-
portacln sobre papel estable-
cidos el mes pasado por los Go-
bierne* escandinavos C .
El talento de escuchar con los
ijoa, presa de aparente embe-
leso, mientras los oidos se cie-
rran hermticamente v el alma
se lanza a. viajes gratos por los
abismos ntimos, es pura y ex-
clusivamente femenino. Dios ba
concedido este don a las mujeres
para aue puedan vivir casadas
coft el mismo hombre muchos a-
os. sin que por ello dejen de
s"nrelr.
Frank Case
Estufas Perfection
Tenemos un surtido com-
pleto de las Inigualable*
estufas 'Perfection".
Obtenibles en Club, desde
B/1.54).
a Siempre tambin tenemos
un amplio surtido de partes
de repuestos para estufas
PERFECTION, tales como
mechas, cuellos, chimeneas,
micas, quemadores, porta-
mecheros, etc.
SI con kerosin tiene que coci-
nar, ana "Perfectas**"
debe osar.
MI EBLEJR1A
CASA SPARTON
Central 223. Calidonia.
Tel. 2-1081
l


DOMINGO, MAYO 8, 1951
DOMINICAL
FAGINA SIET1

Informe para esta seccin se reciben en la
r^eaaccin S^ocial
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telefona 3-1183
HORAS: 8:00 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 138
ALMUERZO. Para atasajar a un grupo de sus amiguitas, la nia Carmen Adriana Glindo
Arias, ofreci en das pasados un almuerzo en el Hotel El Panam. Aparecen aqui con ella las
nias Olga Arias Arias, Maruquel Boyd Paredes, Yabel Diex Ramirez, la anfitriona, Mercedes
Thayer Gallndo, Alida Novev Morrice. Anabella Vallarino Arias. Mara Enriqueta Gonzlez Re-
Tilla Rosania. Malena Garca de Paredes Vives, Me de la Guardia Alemn, Anamae Motta Al-
varado. Sandra Eleta Boyd, Vicky Thayer Strunz, Marta Estela Strunz Jimnez, e Irmita Va-
llarino Strunz.
t"
La Srta. Claire Voorheei, Superviso de adaptacin de colores de la famosa casa Revlon .
fu la oradora el Viernes en la noche en un "cocktail party" en honor de todas las propieta-
rias v operadoras de salones de belleza de Panam, en el Casino del Hotel "El Panama Las
invitadas, todas ellas encantadoras damas, estuvieron encantadas con la Srta. Voorhees y su
mensaje sobre los ltimos adelantos de la tcnica de belleza de la casa "Revlon .
Almuerzo en el Golf j tados Unidos, un grupo de sus
Para despedir a la seora; amigas la agasajaron ayer con
Fanny J. de Duran con motivo | un almuerzo y luego de cartas
de su prximo viajo a los Es-' en el club de golf.
Te/. 2 t 2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA "GREGG
CaUe a. No. 1
LOS NUEVOS CURSOS COMIENZAN EL 2 DE MAYO.
Estenografa y Mecanografa en espaol e ingls.
Contabilidad Redaccin Ingls
Elvira Bravo de Sucre Directora-Prop.
Cocktail
En honor del seoh Paul Scott
vlce-Presioente y Gerente Gene-
ral de la Gram Advertising de
Mexico, quien se encuentra ac-
tualmente en nuestra capital,
el seor Ral Gasteazoro ofre-
ci ayer un cocktail en su resi-
dencia.
AVISO
El segundo cuatrimestre del Impuesto
de Inmuebles se cobrar en la
forma siguiente:
Con descuento del 10% en el mes de Mayo.
A la par en Junio, Julio y Agosto.
' Con recargo del 10% despus de Agosto, si no se
recurre a la va ejecutiva, en cuyos casos el recargo es
del 20% ms costas para el contribuyente.
A los contribuyentes que han suministrado su
direccin, a fin de recibir los avisos de pago, esta Ad-
ministracin les aceptar pagar los IMPUESTOS DE
INMUEBLES MEDIANTE CHEQUE a favor del Tesoro
Nacional, siempre y cuando que ste venga acompa-
ado de los respectivos avisos.
Cuando el Impuesto de Inmuebles que se desea
cancelar, se haga por medio de cheque certificado o de
gerencia, los recibos correspondientes, cancelados, le
sern enviados al contribuyente por correo o entrega-
dos inmediatamente en el Departamento de Receptora.
Cuando el pago se haga por cheque ordinario, los
recibos del Impuesto de Inmuebles le sern enviados al
contribuyente tan pronto como su cobro haya sido efec-
tuado en el respectivo banco.
Cocktail bailable en El Panam
A partir de hoy, todos los
domingos el Hotel 1 Panama
tendr en El Patio, un cocktail
bailable Informal amenizado por
la orquesta de Ken Delaney,
desde las 4 p.m. hasta las 9
p.m. De las siete a las 9, se ser-
viran un buffet.
Almuerzo .
Tara agasajar a su hijo Lul-
sito con motivo de su cumple-
aos, sus padres el seor Louis
Martlnz. lo agasajaron ayer con
un almuerzo en su residencia.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Joseph Maher y se-
ora Gabriela B. de Maher han i
trasladado su residencia a la
calle la. en el Parque Leevre,
en donde se ponen a las rdenes'
w*"*
La Paiiagra piensa extender
sus servicio para incluir
varias ciudades colonihianas
NUEVA YORK, mayo 6. (UP)
El presidente de la Pana-
gra. Andrew B. Shea, declar
que esa empresa est tratando
de extender sus servicios en
Per, Ecuador y Colombia pa-
ra Incluir en su sistema de co-
municaciones a Bogot y Me-
delln y otras ciudades colom-
bianas.
Shea manifest que ya se han
presentado ante los gobiernos
de los pases latinoamericanos
Interesados y el de Estados U-
nldos la.-, solicitudes de permi-
so necesarias.
Actualmente la Panagra man-
tiene un servicio entre Tocu-
men y lima, en el que se uti-
lizan aviones DC-S con esca-
las en diversos puntos de Co-
lombia, Ecuador y Per.
81 se aprueba la extensin de
esos servicios, la Panagra dijo
que utilizarla aviones- mayores
DC-4 para hacer ese servi-
cio va Bogot y Medellln, ade-
ms de los puntos Incluidos
actualmente. Shea manifest
que no habra cambio alguno
en la ruta de los aviones de
Panagra aue vuelan de Miami
a Tocumen. ,
Shea i am bien rehus hacer
declaraciones sobre las mani-
festaciones de la Pan American
de que el cambio en Miami del
de sus amistades.
Para Sur Amrica
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
a la seora Esperanza de Le-
guia, esposa del Cnsul del Per
en Coln, quien sigui para Li-
ma en donde pasar una tem-
porada visitando a sus familia-
res.
Para Cuba
Sigui hoy hacia Cuba y Mia-
mi el seor Jaime de la Ossa.
Orato paseo le deseamos.
De Chiriqu
Saludamos al seor Leigh R. <
Cramer y seora quienes regre-
saron hoy de Chlriqui en donde
pasaron varios das de descanso.
De Taboga
Despus de haber pasado la
temporada de verano en Taboga
se encuentra de nuevo en la ca-
pital la seorita Ana Mercedes
Arlas. La saludamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Enviamos nuestras congratu-
laciones al seor John Orahanl
Conley y seora Doris Aroseme-
na de Conely, quienes celebran
en esta fecha el primer aniver-
sario de su matrimonio.
equipo de Panagra, faltando a
la Pan American para la eta-
ia entre Tocumen v Miami con
a National Airlines seria im-
posible porque la Pan American
no ha participado en el acuer-
do entre ambas compaas ci-
tadas.
En un documento presenta-
do hoy la empresa w. R. Grace
respondi, sin embargo, indirec-
tamente a algunos de los -le-
gatos de la Pan American y
la Eastern. El documento sea-
la que en las audiencias cele-
bradas con motivo del acuer-
do original sobre el Intercam-
bio de equipo ,en el cual par-
ticip la Pan American hasta
que fue anulado unilateralmen-
te por la National Airlines, la
Junta "Investig y estudi ple-
namente todos los aspectos de
la posesin por parte de la
Grace y otros de acciones de
la National".
El documento agrega que en'
lo que se refiere a la pose-
sin por parte de la Grace y!
asociados de ellas de accio-
nes de la National Airlines, el
informe econmica de esta em-
presa correspondiente al ao
que termin el 30 ce junio de
1950 presentado a la.Comisin
de Bolsas de Valores el 27 de
octubre de 1960, indicaba que
la Grace posea 17.4 por cien-
to de las 174,000 acciones de
la National, comparado con
16.8 por ciento qiiet,np_gee el pre-
sidente 'de esa empjWs, Oeorge
T. Baker.
El documento de la Grace se-
ala que conforme el acuerdo
original, la Pan American Iba
a comprar a la Grace algu-
nas acciones de la National y
sta daria a la Pan American
y Grace opcin sobre accio-
nes adicionales de modo que la
Grace llegara a poseer 16 por
ciento del total y la Pan Ame-
rican un 30 por ciento, rete-
niendo Baker el 12 por, ciento.
La Grace dijo que el alega-
to de la Pan American y la
Eastern de que la cancelacin
por parte de la National del
plan de compra de acciones -
nulaba el propuesto acuerdo de
Intercambio "es insostenible" y
que no ha surgido ninguna
nueva circunstancia que justi-
fique el comienzo de nuevas
audiencias sobre toda esa cues-
tin.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Gloria P. de St. Malo
Seora Isabel V. de Dameron
Seora Aminta S. de Brln
Seor Eduardo Arlas Velas-
quez.
Seor Ricardo Maduro T.
Nia Maria del Carmen Gar-
gallo.
Crlstobalina Gmez
Srta. Josefa Agustina A. Ca-
jar.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Carolina M. de Chiari
eefiora Alda H. de Quizado
Seora Dolores N. vda. de de
la Ossa.
Seorita Alda Nez Amado.
Nio Alberto Calvo Jr.
Re Degreso................
Regres de La Habana. Cuba,
el distinguido comerciante pa-
nameo, don Euseblo A. Gonz-
lez, dueo de la acreditada Mue-
blera "La Europea"
Nuestro saludo de bienvenida.
Buenos modales
se les exige a los
perros en la Zona
"Vigilen sus perros", advirti
la Divisin de Casas del Canal
de Panam a todos los zoncitas
hoy.
Se estn distribuyendo circu-
lares a todos los residentes de
la Zona del Canal a fin de que
cuiden "los buenos modales" de
sus perros. La circular decia
en parte:
"Se han recibido numerosas
quejas de los ocupantes de las
casas de apartamentos, con
respecto al problema creado pol-
los perros, cuyas acciones no
estn controladas por sus due-
os, ya sea por el premedita-
do irrespeto a los derechos de
sus vecinos o por la indiferen-
cia hacia esos derechos".
"El derecho de cada ocupan-
te de los apartamentos al ple-
no disfrute del jardn asigna-
Es un extracto nutritivo Impensable g
las mujeres en cinta V l"u tac**n' J"!!
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los principios minerales y vitaminas en su
estado natural en los reales, que tanto
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de los Casares v Molla, Conde de Rbago y del director de la Compaa Lope de Vega, Sr. Jos
Tamayo, durante el debut de dicha compaa, efectuado el Jueves en el Teatro Nacional. La
fotografa nos muestra los momentos en que representaban la conocida obra de Benavente,
"Los Intereses Creados", que como era de esperarse, obtuvo un ruidoso xito.
DAMA PANAMEA CON LA ESPOSA DE CHIANG KAI-SHEK. En la anterior fotografa
aparece la esposa de nuestro Enviado Extraordinario v Ministro Plenipotenciario ante el Go-
bierno Nacionalista en Taiwan. Sr. Don Mario Guillen, en compaa de Madame (inane Kai-
Shek. El Sr. Guillen contrajo matrimonio en Hong Kong con su actual esposa, la cual es
hija de padre chino y madre panamea y ha residido por muchos aos en Hong Kong. Los
esposos Guillen son muy amigos del Generalsimo Chiang Kai-Shek y su esposa.
do a su apartamento es tan
real como si l fuera el pro-
pietario de dicho jardn. El a-
buso de ese derecho en la Zona
del Canal por parte de un ve-
cino descuidado o irrespeto es
tan deplorable y tan grave co-1
mo la violacin de los buenos
modales en una comunidad de
casas privadas".
"Los ocupantes de estos a-
partamentos pueden mantener
animales deutro o en los al-
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DESPEDIDA. Aparece aqu un crecido nme
"HOVECU", en la simptica despedida que le
quienes en das pasados viajaron a la Ciudad
la Rodrguez, Dilsa ngulo; Sr. Enrique De Lia
rin, Srta. Martina Coronado, Sra. Mara L. de
Delia Figueroa de Leblanc, Srta. Elvira Marti
Duque; Srta. Silvia Fiel!, Sr. Luis R. Franco, S
Dutary, Sr. Jos A. Dvila, Ananias Alcedo, Ha
M., Srta. Silvia George, Sr. Martin Coronado,
Srta. Elisa Barrera, Blanca Coronado, Digna C
la Ruis. Sr. Bolvar Rivera, Jos A. Araz, Leon
tario General, Nicols Caballero.
ro de Seoritas y Caballeros de la Sociedad
ofreci esa entidad a las taermanitas Coronado,
de Mxico. De izquierda a derecha, Srta. Este-
Celia; Srta. Eva Espino, Sra. Ida M. de Cele-
Coronado, Srta. Hermelinda Coronado, Sra.
nes, Sr. Cleto Manuel Soma, Sr. Augusto A.
r. Nelson Urriola, Srta. Isabel de Fex, Vielsa
mberto Coronado, Jos A. Romn, Ral Trujlllo
Srta. Clarita Gaona, Sr. Victor M. Franceschl,
oronado, Adriana Paulett, Isabel Arai, Glorie-
idas Quintero Celerin, Ernesto Lpez C, Secre-
EL NIO DE UNO A SEIS AOS
Imaginacin y Veracidad
Cuidadosos estudios han de-
mostrado oue la recta conducta
de tos'-.padres tiene grande ln-
flueArift en el carcter del nio.
L*. honradez y la rectitud escru-
pulosas de la familia son tan
"contagiosas como el sarampin"
61 sinceridad v la integridad
sa|-reglas invariables en el ho-
gar, es seguro que se reflejarn
en'los actos del nio.
Cato no significa que la rlRi-
dej y la severidad, que hacen ver
todo blanco o negro, sea ambien-
te favorable para el desarrollo
adecuado del carcter. Los m-
todos de educacin oue amedren-
tan al nio para hacerlo 'bue-
no", y establecen reglas tan se-
veras que por impulso natural
essLltaUi de evadir, son tan mu-
loa auno el abandono v la indlfe-
ppero-cmo .se forma el hbito
de mentir?" se preguntan per-
plejos los padres, quienes saben
oue los nios parecen mentir con
laKistna naturalidad con oue se i
elevan las rhUpas en el aire.;
"Son embusteros natos?" Cierta-,
mente au* no son veraces por i
naturaleza! Slo son pequeas |
criaturas humanas, quienes ne-
cesarlamente obedecen al grande .
ltqpulso de protegerse contra!
cualquier dao. Si desde el prin-
cipio aceptamos que las menti-
ras de los nios, en general, obe-,
decen a evitar ser reprendidos,
las consideraremos de distinto
modo.
PranticsuneiUe. muchos ae
utan obligamos a mentir a
nuestros hijos, por nuestro an-'
help de que sean rectos y vera-,
ees. Si tratramos de oue se sin-
tieran seguros y tuvieran con- |
fianza en. s mismos, alcanzarla-
mos mejor resultado: los nios i
"no tndran que mentir".
La primera mentira deliberada
del nio es a menudo causada
por su temor al castigo. 81 pre-
untamos al pequeo "quin hizo
Ito?" o "t hiciste sto?", con
tono alterado refirindonos al
garabato en la pared, al plato ro-
to, o al bao de la torta peligra-
da, aquel negar aun cuando lo
haya hecho.
Los padres deberan evitar esas
preguntas impulsivas. Para a-
quellas faltas el castigo es peor
que Intil, si conduce a que el
nio las oculte en otra ocasin:
con mucha frecuencia "sentir"
que ha obrado mal es castigo su-
ficiente para el nio.
Asimismo, interrogar al nio
puede dar motivo a que niegue
Sexistentemente algo aue no
abra vacilado en admitir, si
1 asunto hubiera sido tratado
con -ms tacto. Por ejemplo, si
preguntamos a dos nios quin
hizo una marca en la pared, que-
daremos completamente frus-
trados en nuestro propsito, o
daremos pie a que uno de ellos
tenga la satisfaccin de acusar
al otro; comentar simplemente
lo fea que est la pared, agre-
gando que nos veremos obliga-
dos a guardar los lpices de co-
lores si no los emplean como es
debido, quizs sea la nico ne-
cesario, y es seguro que no tep-
dr malas consecuencias.
Respecto a la rotura de obje-
tos es importante recordar que
rara vez los nios son "delibera-
damente" descuidados. A las
personas mayores no les gusta-
da que las reprendieran por ta-
les contratiempos: cmo puede
censurarse al nio que oculta
lo que ha hecho, tratando de
evitar que lo arbumen con re-
proches?
SABIA UD. QUE
1 Que la tuberculosis es una
enfermedad que se localiza, uo
solamente, como mucha gente
cree, en los'pulmones, sino que
tambin es frecuente observarla
en los intestinos, produciendo la
tuberculosis intestinal, oue va a
originarle a la persona enferma,
perturbaciones en su organismo.
tales como diarreas, fiebre, etc..
que. finalmente, producen la
muerte del paciente?
2. Que existe tambin tuber-
culosis de los huesos de las gln-
dulas, de la vejiga, de los rones
y de los rganos genitales?
3. Oue la pelagra es una en-
fermedad debida a la falta de
una vitamina del complejo B, lla-
mada cido nlcotinlco, v se ca-
racteriza por estreimiento o por
diarrea, falta de apetito, dolor en
la boca y en la lengua, y en ge-
Mosc pervierte el
significado del
lo. de Mayo
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 5 (US'S
L-y manifestaciones del Pt'-
me.ro de Mayo en el Soviet y
en lo pases satlites del mUmu
recalcan la manera cmo el co-
munismo Internacional ha Iras-
formucio un tradicional fesUvnl
obrero en un Instrumento t
propaganda, dice el New York
'imv en un editorial.
Este editorial est concebido
en parle asi:
"Al antiguo festival de pr-
mavea del Primero de Mayo ha
sido nuevamente pervertido a-
yer (martes) por el comunismo
internacional para proclamar
una doctrina que se ha convur-
neral trastornos digestivos con
prdida de peso e irritabilidad?
4. Que el diagnstico de esta
enfermedad, es de suma impor-
tancia, pues su descuido va a re-
percutir de una manera directa
en la economa del organismo?
Por lo tanto, si usted presenta
trastornos de esta ndole, acucia
a donde su medico, para qu 1
prescriba un tratamiento ade-
cuado para su enfermedad.
5. Que a los nios pequeos,
se les deber dar pan nicamen-
te cuando presenten sus prime-
ros dientes, y que est ha de ser
tostado o en forma de galletas,
pues de esta manera es mucho
ms fcil de digerir?
fl. Que es mucho mas conve-
niente darle a los nios pan tos-
tado que galletas, pues stas se
ablandan en la boca y. por lo
tanto, no hacen ejercitar sufi-
cientemente las encas y los
dientes?
Los centros del
'PRA' solicitan
investigacin
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido la siguiente Resolucin:
Los centros del PRA piden
investigacin
Protestan por rumores pro-
palados contra la Caja de Aho-
rros. La Asamblea General d.e
Presidentes e Inspectores de
Centros Panameistas aprob
anoche por unanimidad la si-
guiente resolucin:
La Asamblea General de pre-
sidentes e inspectores de cen-
tros panameistas,
CONSIDERANDO:
1) Que enemigos de la fr-
sente Administracin, con el
deseo criminal de desacreditar
a una de las instituciones ms
solventes y serias como es i,"".
Caja de Ahorros, por medio de
llamadas telefnicas annimas
sobre distintas partes de la ciu-
dad, han estado dando infor-
maciones falsas, para causar
asi pnico entre los depositan-
tes de dicha Institucin:
2) Que la Caja de Ahorros
es una de las instituciones de
crdito del Esado con pres-
tigio indiscutible, y dispone por
ello de muchos millones hbil-
mente administrados:
3> Que los depositantes na-
cionales y extranjeros no deben
dejarse engaar por la Inten-
cin criminal de falsos pana-
meos y comunistas al servi-
do de enemigos de la patria,
que procedan _de manera cri-
minal para TWer dao al pas
y a la AQUul. Administracin,
perturtRmo^nts* finanzas de las
in.stituSWnes de crdito en ge-
neral'llMPwr,
1) Protestar como buenos
panameos de la manera ms
enrgica por las criminales in-
tenciones de los falsos pana-
meos al servicio del comu-
nismo internacional y;
2) Solicitar al Excmo. seor
Presidente que ordene inme-
diatamente la Investigacin ne-
cesaria y lleve a los tribunales
de justicia a los criminales que
han propagado la burda espe-
cie de. desacreditar a la Caja
de Ahorros.
Dada en la ciudad de Pana-
m a los cuatro das del mes
de mayo de mil novecientos
tide en sinnimo de milltarlsn o
e Imperialismo, esclavitud y
muerte espiritual y fsica. En
la mayora de las capitales fiel
mundo los comunistas efectua-
ron Uesllles y reuniones bajo
lemas de paz, antl-lmperla.is-
mo v liberacin. Pero con la
extraa esquizofrenia que afutre
a les pueblos que no pueden
distinguir entre la propaganda
y !n realidad, los manifestan-
tes 'o nico que hicieron c
demostrar el poder de la zi-'in
mentira.. Para ellos paz signi-
fica auerra, antiimperialim 3
significa conquista, liberapiun
significa sometimiento, y todo
su espectculo no era otra co-
sa que el elogio del despot L.uo
cruel
" La voz de ese despotismo se
tltntrO claramente en ese J'a
con el tronar de la batalla sn
Corea, donde los tteres e ins-
truincntos del comunismos K*B
lansaoa a la matanza en una
lucha que libraban en arasce
sus runos extranjeros. Pero >e
ilustr an ms grficamente
por medio de las paradas mili-
tares en Mosc.
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American
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PANAMA, K. P., SUNDAY, MAY , 1951



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Review Cf The Week
WORLD-WIDE
IS7HAAN
SPORTS
THE GREAT MacARTHUR Debate started Thurs-
day, General MacArthur opening. After three days
It liad got nowhere In particular.
Some or MacArthur's Far Eastern policy points, as
detailed In his testimony to the Joint Senate Armed
service and Foreign Relations Committee, did not
sound such lighting talk as they, had about the time
of his dismissal.
He never counselled a full scale Invasion of Red
China, said MacArthur. It was unthinkable as an Am-
erican army project, and beyond Chiang Kai-shek's
capabilities.
A'l he had in mind for Chiang Kai-shek's Formo-
saji i orces was commando style coastal raids.
And the Russian armies in Siberia, he declared,
we.e purely defensive. This is about the first Rus-
sian army to be declared defensive by any Amer-
ican soldier or politician in many a long day.
MacArthur advanced logistical reasons why he
thought the Russians would have a hard Job keeping
a war supplied by the Trans-Siberian railway even if
ihey wanted to.
He smartly ducked Democratic Senators efforts to
nail him down to an opinion on the Europe vs. Asia
tug of war that has been going on In US. military
and State Department circles since before the Jap-
anese struck Pearl Harbor.
Yet MacArthur
time, been Asia's
Also unresolved
was the question
WJ 6.
lacArthur said
all sides of every
are subject to the
aid.
has, for almost the whole of that
anchor man in that tug of war.
In the f 1.-st three days of evidence
of MacArthur's obedience or other-
that Americans are entitled to hear
policy question. The Chiefs of Staff
final approval of public opinion, he
Darkly, he knew that the gag was put on such free
expressions of opinion In Russia and other totalita-
rian circles.
As for his own command, his subordinates were
oulte at liberty to pop off public contradictions of his
plans and policy, provided only that they were sincere
, In their views.
It could he said that this argument, carried fur-
ther, would do much to make the armv more ac-
ceptable to draftees deeply mourning their fanci-
ed loss of the right to tell the boss want they think
of them.
8.? #* his p^)er.'Lfl,es ,reveal- the officers and
men of U.S. Army Caribbean have been slow in exer-
cising what MacArthur conceives to be their right
sfriw. L,rlnt 2nd let.ters t0 Seniors about the
strategy, politics and morale of the command.
in.'&Mi?1 of deb*ea- this one has so far done noth-
ing to change anyone's minds. If anything It has gone
moere8tsatudbbodrnWay f UMn* thCm HWB53
the Und^tHTU-mftntj,Ud,cl-1iIy warned the People of
wSs^gr&tS&rc-Marsha11 and omu
MTAeryheUld 1i?rdly. strllce th dramatic high of the
rlnf*SK ttestlmon". being without benefit of re!
stanrtlngk|teaPe PBrMle8 Bnd the*- sPl e
In fact the whole Inaulrv Is hernminn iit~r move-
fc,1 ", can * Judged the released transcrints
hars been long and Informative. transcripts
.iZrSS seems plenty in them to supDort any nolnt nf
view anyone wants to take Up on the MacArt&irTfalr!
u^ioSsrsjs %ssra mlte quieter than
. refr S $? WET^ , * RedS had
Glad of the respite, the Ahies do not seem to hivo
'ita'vi'-nff glh1 t0 hlt,th? retinK Reds hd enough lo
tav off the second slam of the spring offensive
instead the United Nation, troops will be".?_
rh ,!?S,h*S th' .Comn""'t high Command
chooses to throw against thrm.
May Day which for some years oast has offered the
counter attractions of spring blossoms and village
maidens, or Red Army soldiers clumping across the
cobblestones of Red Square, repeated Its usual double
In Berlin counter celebrations were held about a
mile apart, some broad minded Beriiners apparently
taking part in both.
In other parts of the world May Day was frowned
upon as practically a Stnlin inspired blot on the
Gregorian calendar.
8lnce Joe Stalin brought his military boots to the
party the maypole dances reem to have undergone an
eclipse.
Iran suffered another spasm of nationalism, and
finally made law the decision to expropriate the oil-
fields which provide the power for most of the trans-
port of Western Europe's defense forces.
One small consolation: The latest group to top the
Iranian political stage seemed about as much anti-
Russian as they were antl everybody else.
Not a gregarious crew.
On the shores of the Sea of Galilee the Israelis and
the Syrians discussed what appeared to be a matter
o; some straying cattle. Some of the arguments ad-
vanced: mortar shells and machine gun fire.
THIS IS BEING written In mld-aflernoon Saturday.
Between now and the time tills round-up is read there
may well be new developments stemming from the run
Friday and Saturday in Panama's government owned
and backcJ. but autonomous, Caja de Ahorros.
Started by rumors wntcti nad oeen spread by tele-
phone, the run started about 10 a.m. Friday. One of
the rumoia was that the administration had demand-
ed, and Leen aenied, a huge loan, 'ine rumor was
vigorously denied.
Bank Manager Guillermo de Roux said the bank
had $7 minion on deposm, In 34,000 savings and 1j.-
000 Christinas accounts. Ineie Is, he said, ample cash
to pay oli any depositor; occiared that eveiy out-
standing loen Is secured oy collateral.
Paying continued all uay Friday and Saturday
morning. Wnen tne bank closed at iiocn Saturday ae
Roux aun uncid tnat it Will reopen Monaay. Friaay
some of t.iose In the long line waiting to witharaw,
their money appeared punlcky; Saturuay they had
more of a gala air. In the meantime Chase Bank's local
vice presiuent J. Eaward Healy had pledged support
of the Barings Bank, promised to fiy money from the
States If necessary.
As this copy goes to the typesetter Secret Police are
holding, lor Investigation in connection with the
rumor campaign, Hugo Victor and Cristbal Segunuo,
leaders of the Communist Partido del Pueblo, Manuel
de Jess Quljano, son-in-law of former president En-
rique Jimenez, and several others. More arrests were
expected.
The Secretary of the Army has, at present, no in-
tention of changing personnel of the Panam Rail-
road's Board of Directors, he wrote AFGE lodge 14's
presioent Rufus Lovelady. The letter was In answer
to Lovelady's request for employe representation on
the board. Employes of the Canal Company, he said,
however, need have no fear for their rights. The let-
ter may also be considered as a back-hand answer to
shipping Interests who have been ciamorlng for "busi-
ness man" representation on the directorate.
Panama is operating without a budget. Friday
President Arnulfo Arias vetoed the 1951 budget
passed by the "Little Assembly" which had ba-
lanced the figures by adding an amount of $2 mil-
lion, marked "probable increase in revenue.'' Rea-
son for the presidential veto was announced as
the great dilferenee between, revenues and ap-
propriations Technically, government operations
will be carried on as provided in the past year's
budget.
The Army and The Panam Canal got together
Tuesday to announce, after several months of nego-
tiations, the transfer to the Canal from the Army of
a 300-acre tract of land between Corozal Hospital and
the Clayton-Curundu Road. It will be the site for a"
new local rate community, one of two new townsltes
to be developed on the Pacific Side under the $80,-
000,000 quarters program. The other, revealed a week
ago, will be near Summit Garlens. Both areas are
to be surveyed at once for townslte planning. Condi-
tions under which the transfer was made were not
revealed.
Secret Police Thursday night arrested seven men
in a raid on headquarters of the Patriotic Youth
Front. The raid was staged on the order of Night Po-
lice Judg; Faustino Moran to enforce a city ordinance
against loud public address systems. The Youth Front,
police said, had been warned against the noisy opera-
tion of the loud speakers they had been using since
radio station HOQ was shut down "because of faulty
equipment." As the week erfded the seven, not all of
whom were Youth Fronters, were still held.
The 582-foot Venore, carrying 23,80ft tons of iron
ore from Chile to Baltimore, was found to be un-
damaged Tuesday after nine hours aground on
the west bank of the Canal north' of Gamboa.
Cause of the accident is still to be determined.
Waterfronters said a passing south bound ship
may have had something .to do with it. Others
advocated bank suction, as the cause.
May Day is Panama must have been an awful dis-
appointment to Moscow. Although May 1 Is tradition-
ally Labor Day In Latin American, just like the first
Monday in September in the U.S., the Reds generally
try to claim credit for the whole thing. This year there
was no noticeable demonstration, only a printed ma-
nifesto tossed into people's cars and along the street.
It attacked foreign capital, called for a union of the
Workers, was not impressive.
A few hours after a member of his own battery had
taken an overdose of sedatives, a Puerto Rlcan soldier
was found dead, believedly by his own hand, four bul-
lets from his Tommy gun through his chest and ab-
domen. There seemed to be no connection between
the two. The would-be suicide blamed his try on fa-
mily affairs, the dead man left no note. Other deaths
this week: Edwin Walter BlantO. 77. longtime Canal
employe, Monday in Gatun; Col. W. C. Caldwell. chief
of the USARCARIB dental section, suddenly Wednes-
day In New York, and Mrs. Brinton L. Warner, Thurs-
day on Long Island where she had been living since
last August.
All In a heap: July Is reorganization will result In
no immediate Increase in commercial tariffs and uti-
lities rates. Gov. F. K. Newcomer said Thursday; Pan-
am reported a record enrollment and a teacher and
space shortage as the school year opened; the Navy
got Coco Slito back as a low cost housing area; Pan-
am merchants were unhappy over a new 8 p.m. clos-
ing ordinance; The Canal's Clubhouse division is clos-
ing Farfan Beach pavlllion and the Ancon movie thea-
ter, both operating at a lose; someone started a rumor
that retroactive income tax had been killed ab-
solutely false; and Panam was readying itself for
this week's convention of the Chambers of Commerce
of the Americas.
JOE LOUIS WON another fight but be failed to Im-
press sports scribes or the fans. Joe scored an easy
unanimous decision over Cuban heavyweight Omello
Agramonte Thursday night at Detroit.
Louis, 208 Vi. dropped Agramonte. 188 V2, for a nine
count in the second round but failed to finish him
off. Throughout the bout Louis landed solidly but did
not even come near dropping the Cuban another time.
After the fight Louis stated that he. would try to
meet Charles in September. Friday International Box-
ing Club President Jim Norris completed arrange-
ments for a June 15 battle at the Polo Grounds be-
tween Louis *and British Heavyweight Champion Lee
Savold.
The Loiris-Savold contest will be a 12-rounder a
compromise between Louis' desire of a ten-rounder
and Savold's wish for a 15-rounder
Federico Plummer left no doubts as to his superior-
ity over Panama's best 126-pounders at present. Plum-
mer pummeled Kid Evans into submission in the fifth
round of 'their scheduled 15-round featherweight
championship battle at the Panam Olympic Stadium
last Sunday night.
Evans started out fast and more than held his
own until the fourth when he was severely pun-
ished and was dropped for a four-count at the
bell. Early in the fifth Plummer caught up with
Evans and draped the latter over the ropes with a
rowerful left.
eonel Peralta continued his meteoric rise to star-
dom by stopping Joe Allen in the third frame of a
scheduled six-rounder.
Phoebus Apollo raced to a brilliant victory In. the
$10,000 added President of the Republic Classic over
one mile and-nlne-sixteenths at the Juan Franco
Race Track last Sunday.
The winner, jointly owned by Assemblyman Hera-
olio Barletta and Augusto W. Newman, was Impec-
cably ridden by jockey Bias Agulrre. Main Road, poor-
ly handled in the crucial momenta by Carlos Ycaza,
wound up second two lengths behind the winner.
Plnard was third and Llnnev Head held on to save
the short end of the purse. The winner's time over
the slow track was 2:45 2 5.
" The Cleveland Indians. Chicago White Sox and Phi-
ladelphia A"s have completed a three-wa/ baseball
trade.
The transaction sends southpaw Lou Bristle from
the Philadelphia cjuti to Cleveland. In return the A's
get outfielders Gus Zernial and Dave Phllley from the
White Sox and pitcher 8am Zoldak and catcher Ray
Murray from Cleveland.
The Chicago club gets infielder-outfielder Orestes
Mlnoso from Cleveland and outfielder Paul Lehner
from Philadelphia.
The deal is the biggest of the year and is said to
be a straight player swap with no cash changing
hands.
Southpaw Brissle won 16 games for the A's in 1949,
but last year his record dropped to seven wins and
19 losses. Manager Al Lopez of the Indians says he
plans to use the big left-hander in both relief and
starting roles with Cleveland.
Philadelphia is expected to use both Zernial
and Phllley in the starting outfield. Zernial hit
29 homers and drove in 93 runs for the White Sox
last season with an average of .28*. Phllley hit
only .242, but the 29-year old switch-hitter drove
in St runs and slammed 14 home runs.
In Zoldak, Philadelphia gets a 28-year old lefty who
started his Big League career with the St. Louis
Browns In 1944. He was traded to Cleveland In 1948,
where he helped the Indians win a pennant by win-
ning 11 games. Zoldak won four and lost two last
year, mostly In relief roles. Murray is a 30-year old
catcher who batted .273 In 55 games as a rookie at
Cleveland last season.
Minosowho goes to the White Sex In the trade
has been leading the Cleveland team in batting this
spring with a mark of .461. The Negro rookie led the
Pacific Coast League last year. He hit .339 at San
Diego.
Lehner Is rated a sure-fingered defensive man in
the outfield and a dangerous left-handed batter at
the plate. He hit .309 for the A's last season and la
expected to alternate in the Chicago outfield with
veteran Eddie Stewart. '.
The nation's mile kingDon Gehrmannsays he Is
retiring for the rest of the season. The former Wis-
consin ace says he doesn't have time to keep in per-
fect condition.
"I'll run again next season," says Gehrmann, "if I
can find time to get back in shape. But I'm not sure
I'll have the time," adds Don, "I'm pretty busy In my
Job at the American Auto Association."
Gehrmannwho had won 39 straight mile races
before losing to FBI Agent Fred Wilt has been slip-
ping steadilv since that March loss. His famous "fin-
ishing kick" has been lacking. Don lost three races
near the end of the Indoor season, and trailed In two
outdoor tries, In the past two weeks.
Two davs ago. he finished third in the Benjamin
Franklin Mile in the Penn Relays at PhlladelDhia, 30
yards behind Britain's Roger Bannister. Wilt ran
second.
Gehrmann says the AAA has offered to let him
take as much time as he wants away from his Public
Relations job to work out.
"But I just can't afford to take the time now," says
Don. "my work Is so Interesting and there's so much
of It. I can't afford tolet.lt slide."
Twelve former college "basketball players and
accused fixer Salvatore Sol I a mo have been indict-
ed on bribery charges, in New York One-time
l.oifg Island University star Eddie Gard who
allegedly became the contact and payoff man
four counts of taking them. SoHazso was accused
four counts of taking them. Sollano'fas accused
on 3* counts of offering bribes. All of the players
rxcent 'wo nleaded not guilty at their arraign-
ment. The other two arraignments were delayed.
PAGE TWO
Sunday Aaema Supplement
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1951


(U. S. Marine Corps photo by NEA Teleptfoto)
MARINE IN MOTION A U.S. Marine destroys a Chinese
Communist position in Korea with hand grenades and demo-
lition charges. The Marines are In the thick of the fighting,
as UN forces battle the Red attack.
(NEA Telephoto)
DEATH SAT IN This shattered passenger section with its
death-wrenched seats Is one of the largest pieces of wreckage
remaining of the twin-engine DC-3 United Airlines plane
which crashed near Ft. Wayne, Ind. The three crew members
and eight passengers were killed after a violent windstorm
caught the plane and caused It to crash.
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\ Premhr Sunday Gt\>fcW 1Pompou
step
-Stimulate
10Bark
(inner
lining)
14Animal
18Get up
20Ostrich
cry
21River
of
Italy
22Sharp
mountain
spur
23Seaweed
24Harbor
2ftAlluring
woman
27Emulate
28 Attitude
3dSatisfied
31Astringent
poda
ata
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tanning
38Fury
34Beseech
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38Satisfy
40 Writing*
fluid
41Containing
selenium
, 43Church
i compart-
ment
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procesa
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\ chain
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HORIZONTAL
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horrible
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99Ragout
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game
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now
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of
learning
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Judge
8Gait
5Small
bird
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71Expert
73 -Automaton
74External
7Garden
ihrub
77Compound
In
fruits
7tMere
80Expiation
84Land
measure
88 Bark of
paper
mulberry
7 Fortify
80 River of
Bohemia
0Born
01An
Egyptian
03Of the space
between
bird's eye
and bill
06Formed
into a
globe
07Ocatrlx
08Star-
flower
100Split pulse
101Gibe
102Heat-unit
103Support
106Most
precious
107Northern
constella-
tion
108- Idle talk
112Top of
wave
113Having
toothed
margin
117Past
118Newspaper
paragraph
120Soak hemp
121Fiber of
century
plant
122Firearm
128Disen-
tangle
120 Pertaining
-toa
tropical
clay
128Goose
130Utensil
131Garden
flower
132Particular
133 Resident
134Finisher
136 V- S. coin
136Equip
137Abrasive
1Assuage
2Retinue
3Faaten
firmly
4Advantage
9Hydro-
carbon
from
conifers
ftWring
7Sharpen
8Bore Into
Variety of
am phi bole
10Narrow
piece of
' board
11-Brazilian
bird
12 Clip off
suddenly
13Increasing
strength
14Having a
depression
16Silkworm
lft Hawk's
nest
17Forbid-
ding
18Principle
28Delight in
20A tree
32Explosive
sound
36Cortex
(Bot)
3ftWaxlike
kin on
bird's
beak
37Cleft
30Double
41Number
42Seashore
VERTICAL
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open hand
48Young
salmon
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amount
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frankness
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fails to
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pressure
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country
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restricted
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held
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gram-
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(Answer to be found elsewhere In the Sunday American)
Drivers Ungrateful
Farmer Discovers
COUNCIL BLUFFS, la.. May 5
(UP) A southwest Iowa far-
mer is losing his faith In human
nature.
A motorist near the farmer's
house asked for help. After the
fanner had pulled him out, the
man admitted he couldn't pay.
To make matters worse, he
drove off with the farmer's
shovel.
Later the farmer lent his jack
to a stranger who had a flat
tire.
The stranger disappeared and
so did the Jack.
'No Nome' Street
Really Is One
DENVER, Col., May 5 (UP)
Residents of four and a half
blocks In east Denver live on
"No Name st."
The short street went without
a name until. the city election
commission drew up its precinct
map. A* the street had no of-
ficial name, the commission tag-
ged It "No Name st." on the
map.
City street workers have Ig-
nored the street. Intersection
curbs and gutters have been
buHt right across It and the
street never has been surfaced.
Houses still face each other
across No Name st.. however.
Tne city engineer's office calls
Bubble Gum In Hair
Baffles Dry Cleaners
ALTON, III, May 5 (UP)
Three-year-old Linda Moore waft
literally taken to the cleaners
when her hair got tangled with
bubble gum.
When her mother. Mrs. Dor-
nald Moore, was unable to get
theb ubble gum out, the child
was bundled off to a commer-
cial cleaner.
Even the cleaning shop gave
up after an hour and Mrs. Moore
resorted to scissors to get her
daughter unstuck.
It an alley. Residents have mall
delivered to adjoining street
names.
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1951
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And In his western wandering find
Nothing unnatural to defv
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What shall we therefore.ask of her?
That she may give vou. if she will.
A nature nicely equable,'
A subtle waist, a saucy wit
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Drew Pearson says: Real issue in Mac Arthur-
Truman controversy is civilian or military
rule; Taft's father, when president, kept mi-
litary in their place; European nations which
onoe suffered from military dictatorships are
watching U.S.A.
Honorable Robert A. Taft ,
U.S. Senate
Washington, D. C.
Dear Senator Taft:
When your father was President of the United
States, my late father-in-law, a general and a
military man all his Ufe, had about the same
opinion of him that Douglas MacArthur has of
the present occupant of the White House. In fact,
your father, whom history records as having done
a fine Job as Secretary of War, Incurred the
wrath of many military men, because he both
kept within his budget and kept the military in
their place.
He lully grasped the fundamental fact around
which our Constitution is writtenthat ours is
a civilian government, In which the military take
orders from civilians. He even carried it out so
conscientiously that, when your father was Se-
cretary of War and used to come to the White
House, Teddy Roosevelt would Jokingly tell Mrs.
Roosevelt to put away the carving knife -for fear
my father-in-law, a cousin and aide of T. R.,
might use it-against Taft.
I mention this tecause you, off all Senate lead-
ers, are in a position to grasp and understand
the serious issue which faces the country today in
tae MacArthur-Truman controversy.
I mention It because the easiest thing In the
world today is to Join the wolfpack and kick Har-
ry Truman in the pants. You, however, have not
attained your present position by taking the easy
way.
And you, in view .of your father's record. In
view of your own record as a champion of the.
constitution, can better understand this funda>-
mental issue than any other man I know.
TAKE OFF THE UNIFORM
That issue is the Constitution of the United
States i which provides that, if a general wants
to run the government, he must take off his
uniform and become a civilian like the rest of
us. He cannot have the perquisites and protec-
tion of the uniform and give orders to the White
House too.
Furthermore, you cannot have a general who
has been running for President and who may
still have political ambitions overruling the Pre-
sident of the United States. That also is implicit
in the Constitution.
As far as President Truman is concerned, my
personal feelings toward him are about the same
as yours. He has castigated me Just as much as
he has you. But there Is a difference between
respect for the office of President and respect
for the man. The former i* something which must
not be soiled or sullied by unfair Senate dbate.
And the office of President carries with it not
only the power but the obligation, under the
Constitution, to remove a general who challenges
the Constitution.
People are easily confused these days, but you
can help to prevent their confusion. And while
it might be popular and even healthy to impeach
Harry Truman, do it on the grounds of corrup-
tion in his Administration. There you might be
on solid ground. Don't do it on an issue for which
your father and every other President has kept
the torch of civilian government burning the
principle that no soldier can overrule a civilian
elected by the people.
Or, if you will, impeach the President on the
ground that his policy is wrong. Impeach him on
the issue of failure In China.
But do not^i urge, confuse the issue by chal-
lenging the basic principle of our Constitution
in regard to civilian rule.
EUROPE WATCHES U.S.A.
I have Just returned from a trip through Eu-
rope. And I can report that you cannot travel
abroad these days without sensing how vital is
the issue now before our country. Many of the
European nations have been through the strug-
gle between military and civilian rule. They have
seen the elected parliaments of Italy and Ger-
many weaken. They have seen the people
shaken In their confidence of the democratic sys-
tem, confused by unfair debate turn to mili-
tary dictatorships.
It is out of such confusion, when nations have
weak civilian leaders and strong military leaders,
that dictatorships spring.
In my opinion our country today faces a most
dangerous crisis. Tempers are running high. We
do not have a strong man In the White House. We
do have a strong military man, who has sought
to be in the White House.
Now, it is easy to Jump on an unpopular Pre-
sident as your family well remembers. It is
easy to Jump on him and to muddy up public
opinion with confusing issues such as the so-
called Ballinger scandals which led to the over-
whelming defeat of your father, and which his-
tory later proved not to have been scandals after
all.
It is also easy to fool the public with a tot or
phony flag-waving on an issue which your
father and no other President worth his salt
would have stood tor namely, permitting a
general to thumb his nose at the civilian branch
of the government and get away with it.
But the times today are too dangerous. And it
is in days such as these, when we do not have
the rnost astute brains in or around the White
House.that we need leadershjn and courage sueh
as yours outside the White House to keep us on
an even keel.
. Respectfully yours,
Drew Pearson.
PAGE FOUR
Sunday Aaencaa
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 19W


Labor News
And Comment
By Victor Riesel
HEARD ON THIS BEAT:
There was a time four years ago when CIO leader, Mike Quill,
went searching for a gun so he could protect himself and plan-
ned to remodel his home so no goon could poke a pistol through
a ground floor window. The shillelagh-slinging Transport Work-
ers Union chief had Just broken with the Commies and, from his
intimate knowledge of them, knew he had better protect himself.
He sought out what allies he could get.
But now, apparently, Quill believes the Chinese Communists
are less of a menace to us than the American Stalinists were to
him. For heV willing to use his prestige and union newspaper to
discredit a ready ally ready with a powerful army in the Orient.
Nowhere in the U.S. during thisTjltter debate over Gen. Mac-
Arthur have the former Supreme Commander in the Far East. ,
and Oen. Chiang Kai-shek, been so virulently blasted as thev were Arthurs at first sight, were talking about their
this week by Quill. He charged that Oen. MacArthur had wanted i personable young son, who witnessed his first
to work with Chiang, the man who "must have taught many les- 'maJr league game between the Dodgers and the
WalterWinchelllnNewYork
YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW
The town forgets... and that 1 human, too.
When anyone who loved It once has gone;
I wonder now how manyand Just Who
Remember sonnets Winchell'd by Don Waha?
The ticker-tape that welcomes heroes nomo
la swept away between the dusk and light;
The labors o a lifetime In some tome
Can be forgotten almost over night.
The Incandescent glitter of the streets.
Renews Itself when eventide arrive*.
To dim the love-lit memories It meets.
And IIItie thought of yesterday survives.
Man hat tanyou're se realaad yet a myth...
I.Ike lev* I knew... I think her same was Smith.
_ Guy Fowler
New Yorkers, who fell In love with the Mac-
sons to such tyrants as Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin.
The full-page editorial blast by Quill Is filled wltn words like
MacArthur. his banker friends and the warmongers..." It Is re-
miniscent of language used by Quill back when he didn't need to
search for protection against the American Commies...
Quill goes soft every once In a while, Just as he did when the To Hls Haberdasher,
notorious Lee Pressman, self-admitted member of the first Com-
, munist cell to infiltrate our government, came to this CIO vice-
president, in recent months, and asked him to get him labor con-
tacts. Quill telephoned Phil Murray and pleaded for this friend of
Alger Hiss this self admitted contact man with the Commun-
ists' higher ups. Pressman went to Mike Quill after having tried
a maneuver which was weird evert in the nightmarish history of
the left shadowland.
"he Just "can't get
Giants.
"Poor kid," sighed one fan,
away from wars!'1
Comforting Thawt For Mac: No Man Is A Hero
Edward Kay offers this to party-goers: "Enter
a party with your own smile and leave with
your hostess smiling."
Dennis James' crack: "Truman never turns his
back on his friends. Because he'd have to face
Last year. Pressman, once one of the most powerful men In the iollu wn0 elected him."
America, telephoned a very reputable attorney, friend and secre-
tary at one time or another to Supreme Court Justices. Pressman
wouldn't say why on the phone. Out of curiosity the counselor
went to Pressman's now tiny law office. Then Lee put It to him.
The once all-powerful leftwlnger asked his visitor to trot him
around In the presence of respectable, and eminent citizens so he
could cleanse himself of his pro-Communist reputation. The other
lawyer ran all the way-away... But Quill didn't...
This Is America Dept: Recently the energetic, new CIO union
of electronic workers (IUE) streamlined its publicity technique by
producing a television broadcast film, first of its kind Inside labor.
Among other things It sharply criticized the General Electric
Company, its number one target for a fight for wage increases.
Then the union publicists booked the film with a series of TV sta-
tions. First broadcasting outfit to accept it was WRGB in the big
electronic center of Schenectady, New York owned by the Gen-
eral Electric Co...
Watch for a knockdown fight between some union giants
wlih a newly angered John L. Lewis once again taking on the
rest o labor. Lewis Is bitter at having been blackballed on all war
boards fcy Phil Murray, Walter Reuther and the AFL's dynamic
George Meany.
The new feud started the other day when this AFL-CIO coali-
tion handed President Truman a list of six men to head the con-
troversial new wage board. The one man who had been virtually
agreed on in the past was missing from the little list. He was the
erudite David Cole who had been slashed by the other labor
chiefs because It got around that he had lunched with John Lewis.
Assistant President, John Steelman, offered Cole the Job anyway
by long distance phone. Cole turned it down.
Now Lewis is blasting Walter Reuther, around whose shoulder
Mr. Truman very ostentatiously threw a cordial arm, in full view
.of the nation's labor and business leaders inside the White House.
Lewis' private press refers Insulting to Reuther as "thinking with
his mouth... (and)... again displaying his profound ignorance."
And Lewis' right hand man, the Miners' Union vice-president, Tom
Kennedy, Is going through the coal areas telling this story:
"When World War II started there was a gentleman of Polish
extraction who lived on a farm in the anthracite region. He drove
Into town one morning and went Into Willy Dohrty's saloon. Willy
knew him and said. 'Well, John, there's a big war going on.' John
says: 'Who's fighting?' Willy says: 'England, France, Belgium, the
U.8., Italy...' And he went down the line. John says' Ireland fight-
In'?' Willy says: 'No, Ireland's not In it.' 'Oh' says John, 'no big
war'."
And, Lewis' lieutenant adds, "That's trve of the situation In
Washington today. With the United Mine Workers out of this,
picture. It's no big fight."
This happened In the White House and reveals how close Mr.
Truman now tries to get to the labor people with whom he's been
feuding. The other day they were discussing the new wage board
and one union leader, who very much wanted It set up as they
had it planned, told the President that Attorney General Howard
McGrath had ruled It illegal Mr. Truman snapped:
"Look, you tell me what you want to do and what you want
and I'll get the ruling."
Mark Roberts tells about the whack who told
his psychiatrist: "I keep thinking I'm Gen. Mac-
Arthur!"
"Well, between you and me." said the doc, "I'm
sorry I fired you. Musta lost my head."
"If Rita and Aly divorce," memos Jackie Elin-
son, "it'll be nice for a change to see a furriner
giving money to an American!"
Over at The Stork Club some of the Hams were
pro-and-conning MacArthur's historic speech be-
fore Congress. "He put on a good show," said
someone.
"Yes. Indeed," agreed another. "Mac used some
John Barrymore and lots of Ethel."
The Where of Love
Nobody knows how far apart
A couple slde-by-slde can be;
Nor how together lovers are,
Tho' parted by the widest sea.
Alma Denny.
Pattl Page's nasty crack: "Wouldja say the Mis-
souri Mob in Washington was guilty of Vaughan-
dalism?"
Awesome Welles was on the pan, again. A lad
remarked it was a pity Orson coujdn't see him-
self as others see him.
"To Orson," edited Eddie Condon, "the pity is
that others don't see Orson as Orson sees Orson."
Art Franklin says Its easy to tell the difference
between MacArthur and some politicians. Mac
Kut a lump in America's throat instead of a pain
i its neck.
- Over at Toots' place Peter Donald was panning
an actor, rated a swish. A pal exclaimed: "That
can't bel I understand he once played semi-pro
ball!"
"Don't be silly," snapped Pete. "How far can
you hit a baseball with a wand?"
Journalistic Show-Offenders: John Keating in
Cue: "The scrubby allanthus fought-its way out
of the tired soil." (He could've said tree)... From
Life: "Russian agents had to weave through con-
geries of security measures." (Meaning combi-
nations) ... From a Times book notice: "The re-
cognized shibboleth." (He means watchword)...
From a ballet review, same papyrus: "At the end
of their macabre little piece." (He means grim)
...This Is the way the society editor's page of
The Montgomery County (Maryland) Tribuna
says Black Cat: "Don't forget this ft Friday, the
13th. Watch your step, leaning ladders and fuli-
ginous felines"... Otis L. Guernsey, Jr., In the
N.Y. Herald-Trlb (on the "Valentino" film):
"Calculated to magnetize audiences with nos-
tralgla," (Wortz nostralgla? That old appeal to
the nostrals?).
"Dear Walter: Regarding your puzzlement over
someone using the word 'megacephaly.' The
shorter Oxford dictionary has 'megacephalic'
meaning a big head. It's from the Greek. The
author apparently was trying to say someone was
swellheaded. George Boyer, Phila."
The AP is stealing our new act, already Re-
porting a court fight on a patent, they sav:
"This." said the Fed. Dlst. Court in Chicago, "is
more, than a toy. It Is a device 'highly utilitarian
in character'; it has a 'decided educational and
psychological value,' and its concept was 'new
and inventive*."
What the court meant, explains the AP, was
that It was a clever idea and It worked.
The other day we noted how the Sateverost
editors had red faces over a tpyo in their artie'e
on Gen. RIdgway. They wanted to report he was
battle-raised. It came out bottle-raised.
Years ago another mag suffered a typogra-
phical terror. The article described a warrior as
''bottle-scarred" when they meant "battle-scar-
red." So they tried to correct it in the next Issue.
It came out "battle-cared."
Peter Edson In Washington
NEA Stafl Correspondent
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Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Pu:
zle. No. 371, published today.
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WASHINGTON, Gen. Douglas MacArthur to wing his way out of
the west, members of the Washington press corps
dreamed lp what they thought would be a much
more fitting and hysterical reception program
than the one the D.C. Fathers arranged.
This Is it:
12:30 p.m.General MacArthur wades ashore
from snorkel submarine In the Potomac.
12:40MacArthur. riding GOP elephant with
Joe Martin as mahout, leads parade to the Capi-
tol, followed by President Truman drawing rick-
sha containing several Marines.
12:47Beheading of Gen. Harry Vaughan in
Capitol rotunda.
1:00MacArthur tells all about It.
1:30Burning of the Constitution.
1:55Lynching of Secretary of State Dean
Acheson.
2:00Twenty-one atom bomb salute for Gen-
eral MacArthur.
2:30Five hundred D.A.R.'s do a parachute
drop from top of Washington Monument.
3:30 and on Basket picnic, on Monument
grounds. '
REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR?
Big riddle In Washington Is what can be ac-
complished by a full-dress investigation of U. 8.
fore.^n policy, stirred up by General MacArthur's
return? Closest parallel in recent years would
seem to be the Pearl Harbor investigation at the
end of the last war. It took seven months, proved
little or nothing that wasn't known before, end-
ed In a divided report on strictly political lines.
Any discussion of foreign policy Is a good thing,
however, if argued on fact and not on emotional
appeal. Principal harm that mlsht be done would
be *o force revelation of Joint Chiefs of Staff se-
cret plans. There Is considerable concern that
Moscow Is already told too much about U. S. de-
fense plans, troop dispositions, arms aid to for-
eign countries and location of U.S. forelzn bases.
This led to recent crack by General Marshall that
Be felt he was nothing more than a G-2 Clntel-
llgence service) for Stalin.
VA.VOKNBERGaMANTLE IN MOTHBALLS
Greatest tragedy In the death of Sen. Arthur
A. Vandenberg of Michigan is that there is no
one on Republican side of the Senate to replace
him. This fact that he had no real successor was
fully appreciated by Senator Vandenberg. Michael
A. Gorman, editor of the Flint Mich.. Journal.
one factor in Vandenberg's decision not to be an
active candidate for president In 1948.
At one point during primary campaigns, after
Oovernor Dewey of New York had lost several
mldwestern state ballots, there was a small boom
for a Vandenberg-Dewey ticket. The Michigan
senator scotched it. If that ticket had gone
through and won. with the Michigan senator in
first place, Governor Dewey as the elected vice
president would today be president
G.I.'S GENERAL GOES TO FORMOSA
MaJ.-Gen. William C. Chase, new head of VS.
military advisory mission to Chiang Kai-shek's
Nationalist Chinese army on Formosa, made his
reputation as commander of UB First Cavalry In
the Pacific. It operated brilliantly as an armor-
ed division. General Chase was a G.I.'s general,
and ate out of the mess lines, wherever he was,
in preference to private dining rooms. He galred
considerable fame by the signs he had erected as
morale boosters for his troopers, reading: "Wel-
come to TokyoCourtesy First Cavalry."
THAT STOPPED HIM
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower,
Anna M. Rosenberg, was on the stand before the
Senate Armed Services Committee. Senator Ris-
sell of Georgia, the chairman, was questioning
her about the young husbands "the ones who
get married early and Immediately start raising
big families so as A) escape the draft."
"What do you suggest?" asked Secretary Ro-
senberg, "a rollback?"
ANONYMOUS POINT FOUR AUTHOR
Though there has never been any formal an-
nouncement about it, the real author of Presi-
dent Truman's Point Four program of aid for
underdeveloped countries is Benjamin Hill Hardy,
now chief information officer for the prolect.
Hardy, 35, Is a Georgian, a graduate and Instructor
at the state university. He was a newspapcrmin
before the war, and then Joined the staff of Nel-
son Rockefeller, who was coordinator of Inter-
American affairs.
Hardy's experience in that office gave him the
background for the big idea of organized assist-
ance to backward countries. He wrote a memor-
andum on It. which was circulated amone his
superiors. It came to President Truman's atten-
tion when he was writing his Inaugural address
and looking for a big Idea to promote. He crab-
bed the idea and made it his own. Modest Hardy
doesn't care that he has had no recognition, gets

who knew Vandenberg well, recalls that this was satisfaction out of watching Point Four grow.
SUNDAY, MAY T3, 1951
Sunday Amettion Suppjeven'
PAGE FIVE


CHS Highlights National Music Week
In celebration o National Mus-
ic Week. Cristbal High School
will present the annual Spring
Festival at 7:30 p.m. on May 9
in the nigh school adultoriu.-n.
This yearly program highlight*
Inter-American Music Week and
is under the supervision of
Maestro O. E. Jorstad. farr.';d
conductor of the Atlantic side.
National Music Week, c:eo-
raled In some 3000 cities, town-,
_ end schools, is an annual obscr-
" anee to provide opportunity tir
young talent, to establish or im-
prove some musical service or as-
set;, and to make more wiJt1-
spread the enjoyment of good
music.
The high school orchestra wl:l
entertain with a half hour ct
elected music from the works nf
Isaacs. Sulivan. and Rlebolrt.
This orchestra is consldei'd
one of the best on the lsthm.is.
Two choral groups will be
heared In solo numbers and will
combine for a final number on
the program into a large grand
chorus of over a hundred slng-
iii" mixed voices.
Trc Grand Chorus will sing
the Pattirotic Fantasia, accomp-
anlvd by the full orchestra. This
final number consists of several
patriotic numbers such as Dixie,
Columbia the Gem of the Ocean,
The Girls he Left Behind. Ha:H
Victory. Hall Columbia, and the
number ends with beautiful ar-
rangement of My Country Tls of
Thee.
Along with the other numbers
in the Program. Tommy Jordrm
and Rita Howard will each sins
a solo, and later in the eveniitg
will sing "Thine Alone." In duet
form.
Johnnv Fahnstock will enter-
tain with a trombone solo, and
Don Smith will play a trumpet
solo.
The C. H. S. band wUI display
it-: talent with excellent mimo-
ere.
The accompanists for caca
proup, Arma Fisher. Jane fle-
Bovrle. Marlcha Tagaropulos and
Robert McSparran, are your-.j,
uncrowned artists.
Members of the band have
wo"ked diligently during tne
recent months of school. Besides
playing for pep assemblies, tne
47 students have participated !u
many Other school activities.
One of the selections the iiand
will play at the Spring Festival.
l; a novelty number. "Three
Blind Mice." This is an overt in e
o a Tap Dance. Military DrC.l.
Toe Dar.3. Acrobats. Apache t
Dance. Cossack Dance, Orient el
and the Finale,
A descriptive Patrol "Ther s
Something About A Soldier"
tells of a day in the life o a
soldier fror> reveille to taps.
The only solo arranged lor a
band will be the trombone solo,
"The Message," by John Fann-
estock.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all is welt.
A job you found, as we ran tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
Soon you'll be president, wait *n
see!
The Cristobal orchestra is the first formally organized elementary school orchestra in the history of
the Canal Zone schools.
The Cristobal High School Orchestra, one of the best on the Isthmus, consists of 35 members who play
many different instruments giving variety and quality to the performance.
,
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w u
This year the Glee Club will sing, "I Dream of You, 'The Night Is Young" and the very popular
square dance, "Country Style."
y AUK SIX
Sunday American Supplement
SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1951


s
un
, x i i .......
day American Takes To The Road
(Pica and Article
By RALPH K. SKINNER)
. David is the third most import-
Wit cltv of Panama. It Is THE
town which furnishes a bin beef rocky, and many times It swim
dinner for 75c. No style but plenty to run oer roclcy ledges wl of food. the only solution would be blast-
Between Santiago and Sona, inc. There are many curves In
you hit the first suspension this section and generous use of
most important of the province bridge. It comes as a surprise. You the horn is recommended on i::e
of Chlrlqul, and ia the aiming round-a corner and there is the turns,
point for those persons who plan one-lane bridge with a high
to visit the wonderlands of Bo- crown- in the center so that you
queteand El Volcan. can't tell if anything is coming
Having recently driven to Da- or not. Blow your horn loud And
18 and nrlven back over the If you don't get an answer, go
road, we know it can be done. We
cao recommend the road as pas-
sable without appreciable dif-
ficulty if care la taken and 3lov
speeds are maintained in Some
s&ecches.
ahead.
This is the most important
bridge on the whole route, we
think, although there are a few
more that are large.
Sona also has a gas station and
Following are outlined the re- can fix flats. Remember, flats
commended speeds and some can be fixed here, day or nltfit.
comments on making the trip by The next town Is some 60 mi.e-,
car Panama City to David. and tiro service there is nap-
First off If your car has whir-i- hazard. That townis Remei />
side-walled tires and you ion t We can't say much tor It. for v;e
want to get them dirty, give up didn't stop long. However, one
the idea of driving to David If could Viy ice-cold Coca Co.a
vou can't take about five hours there for a nickel, which is some-
of dusty slow bouncing on a peb thing. The Clubhoi?a?s haver, t
bly road", give up. If dusty, of- learned to do that even on the
ten hot. and always bumpy going Canal Zone!
to David. Once there, the placs Sona to Remedios, you may RCt
Our speed from Remedio* to
David was about, 13 to 17 raHes
per hour! This way no harm is
done to tne car. Others drive It
at 35 to 50 miles per hour, and
then rue the damage!
The bad road continues rlht
up to the city of David. But once
you have paved streets and ?.a-
rages and rest rooms! Don't for-
get if you plan to stay in David
a while to br|hg tire pressure
hack to normal. The garages will
do itthey're accustomed to
making the change.
And at David, head for trie
Hotel Nacional. It's a swell place
with super-comfortable rooms.
each with private bath, a good
restaurant and. for those ~>ho
want to drink, a handsome bar.
Prices are $3 to $5 for a single and
$5 to $7 for a double. We'll te'l
you more about the Hotel Nu-
is worth it!
soms dust. The best.manner Jo cional In alAber story.
Summln~f,\ the road to Da-
vid can bo a* 'ely driven at pro-
per speeds. Surprisingly enough,
most people drive It at nWl".
They claim it Is cooler and that
the headlights around the corners
are visible at considerable dis-
Santtago is a nice town with
plenty of gas stations, and at
less! two hotels, at which the
rates are inexpensive.
These are the Hotels Santla-
Incldentally. we stopped at So-
na for the nteht on the way up.
This made the northbound trip
take two half-davs. so to speak.
Homeward bonnd. we left David
at 6 In the morning and reached
the Mlraflores Bridge about 6 30
that same evening. En route w
stopped for lunch, ice cream, a
few pictures, and to fix the one
avoid it. we found, was to stop
We assume that most everyone cacn tjme someone passed and let
Jias been as far as Rio Hato on lnc riust settle. Also wind up l!>e
the cement highway. That's about windows of the car as other cars
80 miles, and following It Is len pasg
more of perfect macadam. The:i since we met only 5 cars In this
the trouble starts. It's wash- w mile stretch, you won't be kept ..
boardy macadam, pitted, this side ^ bUsy making these chan.;H. tance. making it cooler,
of Penonome. And from that Thjg j8 the scenic stretch. Not for us! We'd rather swat-
clean cltv with its paved slre.sis The road climbs high, although low the daytime dust and see t):*
there are varying qualities ot lt ^ perfectly safe at all tinier, country. Including the villa;;e
maca'am rod to Divisa, There are several lovely vistas beyond Remedios where ever7
Divisa to Santiago is very across tne estuary with Its is- thatched hut has a pole leaning
washboardy in some places the iar,ds and the coastline grey-blue against it to keep the roof frun
macadam has almost disappeared ln tne distance. You will want io. bein blown off!
and only streaks of it remain. stop nere and nave a drink and
Some work is being done on tne ^mire me view,
roads here and perhaps this sec- A Raiioa Jug of Ice water la n
tlon will be hleped. ... wonderful thing to keep ln the
car. When you're thirsty you have
it. When you want to eat sdmn-
thlng. a tin of cookies or a pack-
age of sandwiches Is helpful.
, From Remedios to David is
go and the Plaza. The big Item nl about 60 mlles tne hardest pat ..
interest ln Santiago is the Not- 0, trJp_ Tne road nere is pin;y fiat tire we had the entire trip,
mal School there. It Is a well-
equipped modern plant with an
auditorium such as Balboa Hlsh
School sadly needs. The school is
so outstanding in this region that
it should be visited by all going
to Santiago.
Another stunt ln Santiago Is
to lower the pressure of your thes
We usually use 32 so we dropped
to 27 to cushion the rock roads
ahead. And we gassed up in San-
tiago to hold up to David.
About 35 miles from Santiago
is Sona. This is a quiet little vil-
lage with a surprisingly gocd
schoo'. plant and big gymnasium.
There is a hotel or pension here
which meets the needs of the txa -
veling public. For one dollar you
get a bed ln a plain, small room
but there are toilet facility.
There Is a restaurant in connec-
tion with the hotel ajid *ls3 The imposing size and intriguing decoration of the Normal
there is a one-arm lunch In the School at Santiago attracts visitors. It's ornamental inside, too.
The difference between the old and new roads beyond Rio Hat*
is illustrated here. Good macadam now runs between Rio Hat*
and Anton.
.
1
Good sised rivers are creased at Intervals. This Is one crossed
by a double bridge in far background.
Haven at the end of the long ride. The Hotel Nacional ia David Is Panam Government-
owned and under American management. Kale, are low; service and comfort r-Tllent.
Between Sona and Remedios the road climbs high and Iher*
is this pretty view of the islands in the Pacific far beneath.
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PINCELADAS DE ESPUMAS.
En esta fantasa de los saltos y la espuma, de la albura y de
lo verde, del desbocado deslizarse del agua de la montaa
hacia el vientre atormentado de los mares, se borda el mila-
gro que mitig algo del infortunio del hombre del campo y
glorific la belleza de nuestros ros, con su tosco lecho de
piedras y su mgico techo de ncares.
[(Texto de Moreno Fotografa del Dr. Ignacio Fbrega).
Suplemento
PANAMA. R. P.. DOMINGO. MATO , 1M1
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Atracciones 'Tursticas
Bellas regiones hay en


**-**.
'.JE. CLIMA y excelentes productos brind ta al turista la mayor atraccin en la bella
. n del Volcn, hacia donde deben ir encaminadas las corrientes tursticas de ecta Capital.
Una de las grandes preocupa-1 cender la cordillera. Ya en la Iglesia, su parque y las actlvl-
lenes de la Junta Nacional de' cima del cerro Campana se '-ur.smo ha sido el impulsar tingue a lo lejos la inmensidad
e; turismo nacional ; extranje- azul jiei mar. y el caudaloso
re hacia el Interior de la Re-
pblica, donde el viajero tie-
ro Chame que serpenteando
por el verde follaje como una
dades agrcolas de tos Ingenios
de azcar y de la compaa Nes-
tle con su fbrica de leche eva-
porada y conservas de tomate.
e ampHo campo de solas y ^/eT^mente 'en'ei otan'o*
oescanzo y a donde slo en cier- j pocos minutos despus se des-
tas pocas del ao, la Semana clende del Cerro Campana y
b.'.~z, por ejemplo, se vierte; como un milagro de encant,
integramente la poblacin cap- ?&Ta J *&??&:
tal.na sobre las hermosas tie- ,a c)a considerada co-
t as interiorana* mo una de ,M m&s be,lfts d< ,a
Intentemos un viaje por nes- Amrica,
tras poblaciones del interior Contlnua e, viaje nacla ,
hasta la "pequea Sulsa/ el p,,^,^ fundadas ^ el
Boquete. Uc Gagpar ^ Espinosa, quien
En una forma atractiva po- P" ""den del Gobernador de
demos hacer un viaje de turis- Castilla don Pedro de Avila co-
mo hacia la capital chiricana. | Ioniz el Istmo y parte de la
_as primeras poblaciones que Amrica Central,
se encuentran en el curso de En NaU Q Nata de ,og Caba.
este pintoresca excursion on admlraf ,a
las de Arraljan y La Chorrera. I ConUnente
mentos de eran recordacin.
Para las fiestas del Centenario
nuevos y moderno* locales han
sido preparados para alojar y
atender a los visitantes que se-
rn -como es ya costumbre, a-
tendldos con toda a hospitali-
dad de la cual siempre ha he-
cho ala el pueblo de esa her-
mana repblica.
BOQUETE, ATRACCIN
TURSTICA
En Boquete* la Comisin Na-
cional de Turismo extiende in-
vitacin a los visitantes que se
hospeden en el Hotel Panamon-
te, que aunque no es oficial es
uno de primera* calidad y llena
todos los requisitos que la Aso-
ciacin de Hoteles Interamerl-
canos exige a sus asociados pa-
ra considerarlos de primera cla-
ree.
A TRAYENTES BELLEZAS DEL
VALLE DE LA LUNA
Entre las ms atrayentes be-
llezas de la provincia del Valle
| de la Luna estn, sin duda al-
guna los extensos cafetales,
prendidos a las laderas del Ba-
r. El verde manto de los ca-
fetos, visto? desde las nubes, da
tonalidades de esmeralda a la
seccin ms occldenta' de Chi-
rioui. rica tambin en una gran
variedad de productos. I os bru-
mosas picos de la cordillera, la
A esta ltima ha favorecido la
naturaleza dotndola de un pre-
americano an en uso, construi-
I da en 152C-, la cual se conservr
UNA DE LAS CALLES de la progresista poblacin del Boquete,
otro de los lag-ares atractivos para el turismo nacional.
Y asi llega a Santiago de Veri
c oso ro del que se esprende mjacta
ji.il bella cascada, que es la ad-
miracin del turista y lugar de En Aguid lce pueden ad- raguas, * Prjrtaj
cescanso y recreo de ios vui mirar asi mismo las magnificas' i^ poblaciones ms florecien-
tantes. Luego viene Capira. des- construcciones particulares, su tes y pintorescas del Interior,
de donde el auto comienza as- Llegan all los montunos car-
gados de productos cultivados
en sus frtiles campos vecinos
y vestidos con sus trajes re-
gionales cuyo estilo no ha cam-
j 90 ni
i iaqo
l/eraieRte vegetacin tropical;
las corrientes de los ros, man-
sas'V tranquilas unas, plagadas
de saltos bullentes otras; el
magn'lco clima de todo el a-
o. hacen de esta provincia de
nuestra Repblica, que bordea
con la vecina Costi. Rica, la ms
rica del pas. Pocas veces una
extensin de' terreno igual a sta
biado desde la poca colonial. < ofrece tanta diversidad de cll-
Y como contraste con el pasado, I ma, actividades y productos
se encuentra all la Escuela | chlriqu produce banano, a-
Juan Demstenes Arosemena u- rroz y, caa de azcar en las I
HERMOSAS PLATAS bordeadas de esbeltas palmeras son
atractivos para un fin de semana pleno de aire, y sol tan
beneficioso para la talad.
no de los planteles educativos
ms eficientes de la Amrica
Hispana, construido a un costo
de Un milln y medio de bal-
boas. All el viajero pasa la
noche acomodado en magnfi-
cos hoteles a un precio relati-
vamente equitativo.
Al da siguiente el viaje si-
gue su curso y pasai.do por So-
n se entra en la rica v frtil
provincia chiricana. encontran-
do a su comienzo la poblacin
de Remedios, con un camino
carretero aunque un poco ac-
cidentado, lleno de emocin por
la exhube.-cncla de sus campos
y la riqueza que demuestran sus
cultivos y su ganadera.
A la tarde se llega a David,
la capital de la Provincia, don-
ae se puede conseguir aloja-
miento en el Hotel Nacional,
justo orguilo de la tercera ciu-
dad de la Repblica, por la co-
modidad, elegancia y servicio
que ofrece al viajero.
Adems del Hotel Nacional
hay variedades de hoteles y
casas de pensin, donde de a-
cuerdo con las posibilidades se
puede hospedar cmodamente.
En la ciudad de David exis-
ten numerosos centros de diver-
sin, jardines de cervezas, tae-
tros. clubes donde la sociedad
chiricana y los turistas que a
ella llegar pueden pasar mo-
planicies, costaneras y excelen-
te caf, naranjas y toda clase!
de hortalizas en las volcnicas
laderas del Bar. En sus pa-'
yas y en sus ros abundan los'
peces de las ms diversas ca-1
ses: en las alturas la caza es
abundante: sus florestas es-
tn pobladas nor aves y las flo-
res crecen por doquier como en
un paraso multicolor. .
EL BOQUETE
Chirlqui es por stos y nume-
rosos tros motivos, un magni-
fico centro de atraccin del tu-
rismo, todas sus poblaciones
tienen un encanto seductor,
destacndose entre ellas el Bo-
quete, Desde David el ferroca-
rril va subiendo, jadeante y
sudoroso, las laderas orientales
del Bar hasta llegar al Boquete
a quien alguien calificara como
un fragante cesto de flores col-
gado a la orilla de la montaa,
a una r.ltura de 3,800 pies del
nivel del mar.
Y aqu un espectculo de ma-
ravilla >e uore ante los ojos del
visitante. Una saltarina corrien-
te de agua fresca y cristalina
saluoa ai viajero mientras ste
camina a lo largo de la prin-
cipal call- del poDlado. Y mien-
tras la corriente entre tumbo, y
tumbo baja los escalones de la
montaa en su ruta hacia el
mar graciosas boq. eteas cul-
tivan e! grano verde que ms
tarde ha de darnos el azaba-
che liquido y aromtico del ca-
I Y an st puede subir ms al-
I to en ei camino que al perder-
se en la nieoia, da la impresin
uc que conduce al cielo. Tran-
quilos, pero !uer;es caballitos
pueblerinos pueden conducir
soDie sus lomos al viajero has-
ta las lincas enclavadas ms a-
rrioa, uonae las llores de to-
aos ios oeriumes y todos loa co-
lores alegran la vista y el ol-
tfttp, aonae las frutas ofrecen
sus ju^os al visitante sedien-
to...
UNA PEQUEA SUIZA
A una altura de 7,000 pies so-
bre el nivel de. mar y sobre las
latieras occidentales del Bar es-
ta una a: las ms hermosas ha-
ciendas aei pas: 'La Pequea
bui.' Desde e. Boquete se pue-
do llegar alia en automvil.
Jal cam *io atraviesa ros de agua
casi heli-da, pero de belleza sin
par; pa a entre Inmensos bos-
ques, rodea precipicios de ma-
jestuosa imponencia y va a dar
al fin, a un rico y hermoso va-
lle rodeado de altos picos...
AlU est !a "Pequea Suiza."
PLANTACIONES TROPICALES
-La estrecha va del ferroca-
rril pu.de tambin llevar al
visitante desde David a travs
de las extensas propiedades de
la cniriqu Land Company y
hastr. el "cuartel general" de
esta empresa en Puerto Armue-
lles. Estas enormes plantacio-
nes se cuentan entre las ms
cientficamente operadas en to-
do e mundo. Puede contemplar-
se en tila.; todo el proceso del
cultivo, desde la siembra hasta
el embarque del producto, pa-
sando por la cosecha y otras e-
tapas.
LA IMPONENCIA de la estructura, las bellas Joyas de arte y
el atractivo de contemplar a miles de futuros maestros be-
biendo las aguas saladables del saber ofrece al viajero. San-
tiago de Veraguas con su Escuela Normal "M. D. Arosemena".
PAGINA DOS
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dommd
DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
.


:- EL CRIMEN DEL BULEVAR SHAKER ->
NUEVA YORK.Marzo 27, 1151.(EPS)En el extremo orien-
tal de la calle 55 en la ciudad de Cleveland, te alza un edificio an-
tiguo y de apariencia poco atractiva,-que alberga a la "Sociedad
Pro'Cregos". No es; ciertamente, un sitio al cual acudira uno para
investigar un crimen.
Sin embargo, esto fu lo que ocurri el Si de diciembre d 1932,
La seorita Violeta Warrimer, directora de la institucin, fu lla-
mada al telfono, y su sorpresa fu enorme cuando oy que un
hombre le deca:
"Bata es la estacin central de polica. Hemos encontrado a
una mujer muerta en un automvil perteneciente a ustedes. Pue-
den darnos algn informe al respecto?"
''Santo Dios!", exclam la seorita Warrimer. "Debe ser
Ruth!"
"Haga el favor de esperarnos, dentro de unos minutos esta-
remos all", dijo el hombre, cerrando la comunicacin.
Efectivamente, poco rato des-
pus se presentaron en el edifi-
cio en cuestin dos oficiales de
polica, que la seorita War-
rimer llev a su oficina. Segn
la informaron, un hombre lla-
mado Joseph Novak, que regre-
saba en. automvil de una excur-
sin de caza, se detuvo en el ex-
tremo del boulevard Shaker, al
lado sureste de Cleveland, a es-
. perar a un amigo. Unos minutos
despus se detuvo a su lado un
camin de carga, cuyo conductor,
un individuo bastante joven, le
pregunt si era permitido que
vehculos como el suyo usara
el boulevard. Novak le contest
afirmativamente y el muchacho
se adej. Novak le sigui, aigo
mas tarde.
En un unto en donde la ca-
rretera estaba bordeada de bos-
ques, Novak vl parado un carro
tipo sedn. Esto le extra mu-
cho, pues era un sitio poco a-
Sropiado para estacionar un ve-
culo, y siguiendo un extrao
impulso decidi detener el suyo,
preguntando al mismo tiempo:
"Les ocurre algo? Puedo acaso
ayudarles?"
Pero no obtuvo respuesta. Del
bosque vino un ruido como de
pasos, pero Novak pens que
probablemente se trataba de un
conejo o algn animal que hua.
Y buscando a los dueos del au-
to mir por las ventana* de
ste. Lo que vio le impresion
enormemente. En el asiento pos-
terior del automvil apareca
tendida una mujer, con la ca-
- beza envuelta en un pedazo de
tela. La rigidez de su cuerpo
demostraba claramente que es-
taba muerta.
Novak detuvo al primer ve-
hculo que pas, pidindole que
avisara a la polica. Un cuarto
de hora despus se presentaron
varios agentes, que reconocieron
el carro como de propiedad de
la Sociedad Pro-Ciegos.
La seorita Warrimer dijo en-
tonces que. efectivamente, el ve-
hculo era suyo, y que se lo ha-
ba facilitado esa tarde a la se-
ora Ruth Qilmore Steese. se-
cretaria de la Sociedad, para que
fuera al banco a depositar un
dinero.
Uno de los cajeros, que cono-
ca muy bien a la seora Steese.
dijo qu sta haba estado ali
como a la 1.30 de la tarde, de-
positando una suma de dinero y
al mismo tiempo cobrando varios
cheques de empleados de la ins-
titucin. Al salir cambiaron cor-
diales saludos, desendose mu-
tuamente un feliz ao nuevo.
Pero la seora Steese no estaba
destinado a ver el nuevo ao.
Cuarenta minutos ms tarde fue
hallada muerta en el boulevard
Shaker. El asesino le cubri e'
rostro con una tela de essas que
se usan para limpiar automvi-
les, y- tras de atacarla sexua!-
mente le dispar un tiro en la
cabeza que le caus una muerte
instantnea. Y como al huir se
llev todo el dinero v objetos de
valor de la victima, se supuso
que el motivo del crimen haba
sido, principalmente, el robo.
en el auto, ocultndose en la
parte posterior, de modo que ella
no le descubri al regresar al
vehculo. Luego, cuando llegaron
a un sitio solitario, el hombre
la golpe en la cabeza v proce-
di a desarrollar su plan.
Esta teora fue reforzada por
la declaracin de dos mujeres
que manifestaron haber visto
cerca del banco a un hombre
Joven, mal vestido, que miraba
con especial inters lo que ocu-
rra dentro del edificio. Estas
mujeres agregaron que el mismo
hombre haba estado a punto de
atrepellarlas una hora despus,
cuando pas frente a ellas ma-
nejando un carro Upo sedn.
Al ser publicada la noticia dv
la trgica muerte de Ruth por
la prensa local, se present a la
polica un Joven que dijo lla-
marse Williajn Hodgeman; era el
conductor del camin de carga
que habla preguntado a Novak
si era permitido que un vehculo
de esta clase usara el boulevard.
Bate joven dio un informe
muy interesante, manifestando
que haba visto detenido el au-
tomvil de la seorita Warrimer.
y que al lado,del mismo estaba
un individuo que pareca exa-
minar una rueda. Era un hom-
bre de unos treinta aos, my
alto, de pelo negro, que vesta
pantalones oscuros y una cha-
queta de cuero como las aue usan
loa leadores y mecnicos. Cuan-
do l. Hodgeman, disminuy la
velocidad de su camin con el
fin de preguntarle si poda ser-
le til, el hombre le hizo sea-
les con la mano de que poda
seguir. Y l no le dio importan-
cia al caso, continuando su ca-
mino.
<1> Cartel preparad* per un artista, describiendo al criminal del
boulevard Shaker; (2) Automvil de la seorita Warrimer en que
fue hallada la victima; (S) Peter Tread way, y (4) U seora Rath
Gllmore Steese, protaronistai de este case.
Pero no haba duda de
ese hombre era. el asesino
posiblemente en ese mism
ment acababa de matar a la
seora Steese. .tm* >.. .
,, Tr,eadway era un asesino con-
Con base en la descripcin dery/ct0- que necesitaba desespra-
me voiiviMe-iiU vo
algunas de ellas, saba que la
suma de trescientos dlares
mencionada por Treadwav era
demasiado alta para on extable-
cimiento como el que ste ma-
nejaba. Y examinando las cuen-
tas del mismo, constat que
Treadway deba la suma de mil
doscientos dlares a sus patro-
nos y que, por lo tanto, necesi-
taba reunir tal dinero apresu-
radamente. Constat, adems,
que dicho individuo haba esta-
do once aos en una prisin de
Pensllvanla. por complicidad en
un asesinato. Steese, presentan-
do al fiscal del condado sus
puntos de vista en la forma
siguiente:
Los investigadores observaron
desde el primer momento tres
detalles importantes, que po-
dan servir como base para se-
guir la huella del criminal. La
bala que haba dado muerte a
la seora steese perteneca a un
revlver calibre .32; las manos
de la victima haban sido ata-
das con un nudo peculiar, que
se haca ms estrecho conforme
se movan los brazos; finalmen-
te, la tela empleada para cu-
brirle el rosro era. como se ha
indicado, de la usada particular-
mente para limpiar automvi-
les. Es decir, un material que es
familiar para los empleados de
garages.
En cuanto al crimen en si. no
era nada difcil reconstruirlo.
Probablemente algn vagabundo
que estaba parado frente al ban-
co vl llegar a la seora Steese;
not que andaba sola y que lle-
vaba dinero. Cuando ella entr
al banco, el hombre se meti
! 'II I
Hodgeman, un artista prepar
por encargo de las' autoridades,
un cartel en que apareca .ifirfXr
gura de un hombre aue corje&,
ponda a la misma, ofrecindose
una recompensa a quien sumi-
nistrara algn Informe que per-
mitiera localizar al criminal.
Pero pasaron los das, las sema-
nas y los meses sin que la in-
vestigacin adelantara nada.
No fue sino hasta finales de
julio siguiente en qutkse reanud
el caso. El da 24 de ese mes,
Peter Treadwya. de treinta y
siete nos, empleado de una
venta de gasolina suburbana, se
present a la polica manifes-
tando oue un Individuo desco-
nocido le haba atacado, hirin-
dole en una pierna y llevndose
algo ms de trescientos" dlares,
que eran producto de las opera-
clones del da anterior. La he-
rida era superficial.
A peticin de la polica. Tread-
way examin las fotografas de
maTa SS^^IS poli l IZesie '
loo nntAKMnjA i^n*:fi____ j- oa^e en este
damente dinero, y que trataba
de ocultar su desfalco con la
Ihteforla del asalto de" Zeck, cu-
yos antecedentes conoca. Para
hacer su versin ms verosmil,
se haba herido l mismo. Al
describir el ataque de que se
deca vctima, haba descrito
Inconscientemente una ruta
muy semejante a aquella que la
seora,Steese haba seguido. A-
dems, era por oficio mecnico
de garage, lo cual explicaba el
uso de la tela de limpiar auto-
mviles. Y, finalmente, su des-
cripcin se ajustaba bastante a
la suministrada por Hodgeman.
El fiscal estuvo de acuerdo
con esta hiptesis, pero en reali-
dad no existia an un motivo
suficiente para arrestar a
Treadway. No tard en presen-
tarse .empero. El propietario de
una venta de gasolina, al ver el
nombre de Treadway en los pe-
ridicos, inform a la polica
que dicho individuo le haba pa-
un hombre haba subido a su
vehculo en un sitio prximo a
aqul en que fue hallada muer-
ta la seora Steese. Recordaba
muy bien a este Individuo, por-
que le pag con un billete de
veinte dlares. Como en esos
das se haba descubierto una
falsificacin de Ules billetes, l
examin cuidadosamente el que
le present el hombre en cues-
tin, un individuo alto y delga-
do, cuya descripcin era la mis-
ma de Treadway.
ra Eteese. Pero el 24 de febrero
logr escapar de la prisin.
El 2 de marzo siguiente fu
asaltada una venta de gasolina
en los suburbios de Hannibal,
en el Estado de Missouri. Uno
de los asaltantes pudo ser cao-
turado. Era el mismo Treadway.
Reanudado el proceso, fue de-
clarado culpable del asesinato
de la seora Steese y sentencia-
do a morir en la silla elctrica,
una sentencia poco frecuente en
el Estado de Ohio, en donde la
pena capital es rara vez invo-
cada en casos basados en evi-
dencia clrcunstoncial y qucjio
envuelvan la muerte de un fun-
Una mujer que haba sido pa-
sajera en, el mismo mnibus re-
conoci a ste como el hombre
a quien se referia el chofer. Y
un compaero de trabajo de \ clonarlo pblico"
Treadway declar que Peter no
haba regresado al trabajo des- | El 15 de enero de 1935, ms
de el 31 de diciembre a medio de dos aos despus de su cri-
dia- | men. Treadwav fue electrocuta-
Con ha-w en mitm ip<-i>k do en ,a Prisln de Columbus.
Treadwav fue acubado forma?- sln que avt rostr0 ^expreso re-
mente .& aseslnXde la se-I veIara *"" el terrlble Inat-
to de la vida a la muerte.
DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
las autoridades, identificando a
su atacante como Bennv Zeck.
un contrabandista de Pltsburgo
que una vez haba sido conde-
nado por robo en Cleveland.
El caso no pareca tener ma-
yor importancia, hasta aue un
experto en balstica, tras de
examinar la bala que haba he-
rido a Treadway. estableci que
era similar a la que mat a la
seora 8teese Zeck fue detenido
por el atentado contra Tread-
way. pero no pudo establecerse
ninguna conexin entre l v la
muerte de Ruth. Por el contra-
rio, pudo probar que el da en
aue sta fue asesinada l se ha-
llaba en Pltsburgo.
Sin embargo, fue por l. indi-
rectamente, que se logr final-
mente aclarar el misterioso caso
Steese.
El abogado defensor de Zeck.
Leo J. Rattay, se propuso inves-
tigar los antecedentes de Tread-
way. Estando familiarizado con
las operaciones de las ventas de
gasolina, pof ser. apoderado de
delito. Treadway
fue detenido.
Al ser examinado su autom-
vil, se encontr en l un revl-
ver calibre .32. cuyas balas eran
iguales a la que haban herido
al propio Treadway. Este con-
fes entonces que efectivamen-
te, l se haba herido con el fin
de Justificar su historia del ro-
bo. Zeck fue puesto en libertad.
Unos das despus se obtuvo
otra evidencia contra Treadway.
Un conductor de mnibus, que
haba estado ausente de Cleve-
land unos meses, inform ahora
que el 31 de diciembre anterior
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dommu.
SISTEMA CAPITALISTA.El viejo sistema capitalista est
siendo puesto en prctica por estos jvenes coreanos. Se dedican
a venderle barandas a los soldados, en las cuales estn impresas
las banderas de las Naciones Unidas. Sar Corea y la Americana,
asi com* an bombardero, an araron y la inscripcin "Regrese
del Infierno-.
FAGINA TKlS
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I
For Mme. Gl VON v M. AUGER
TRAJE SASTRE DE 1951
(Modelo A)
El traje sastre clsico de esta
distinto a lo que se usaba ori-
ginalmente y que lo llev a su
mayor, xito. Los nuevos estilos
son tan adornados como un
traje de comida, a pesar de que
sus faldas siguen siendo senci-
llas. Sin embargo, casi todas las
faldas de estos trajes no slo son
simples, sino tambin estrechas.
Tienen un corte en cada lado
para darle suficiente facilidad al
caminar, con botones a los la-
dos o un pliegue hecho al final
de la falda. Faldas oue envuel-
ven el cuerpo tambin se ven
de vez en cuando. Estas frecuen-
temente se abrochan a la altura
de la cadera.
Las chaquetas son un poco
ms cortas este ao y tienen los
hombros caldos, la cintura ce-
ida y estn abrochadas al lado
de un modo asimtrico. Muchas
de estas chaquetas no tienen
cuello y ni solapas v van ador-
nadas con alguna lencera hasta
el final de la chaqueta.
BLANCO Y NEGRO
(Modelo B)
Recientemente hemos men-
cionado la eran popularidad 4c
los colores blanco v negro com-
binados, cuva moda fue lanza-
da por JACQUES FATH en su
ltima exhibicin. Esta idea ha
sido ahora adaptada por mu-
chosmodistos, incluyendo J.
GRIFFE. en el modelo B. que
presenta un elegantsimo abri-
go entallado en moar blanco~v
abrochado con 12 botons de a-
zabache.
EL BONETE
(Modelo C)
J. FATH exhibe el bonete que
puede llamarse el sombrero de
1951. Se puede usar colocado en
cualquier direccin y hecho en
la clase de material que se de-
see: raso, piqu blanco, paja
suave, jersey o fieltro. Tambin
temporada es completamente se puede usar con o sin adorno.
UNA NUEVA U>
(Modelo D)
I
isH'O
I asoma por el cuello.
I
La ltima palabra de 1p\ mo-
da francesa, para fiestas de no- ln*u
che, es usar un collar cubriendo'
la nuca, que sale del moo o de
los rizos.
CAMBIOS EN LA FALDA
(Modelo E)
Deseamos llamar la atencin
a una idea muy prctica que han
tenido los modistos franceses. Se
toma un traje negro y se cam-
bia su apariencia colocndole u-
na sobrefalda.
JACQUES FATH da la Idea de
usar unos puos anchos v cue-
llo de encaje y una sobrefalda
de raso blanco con la sencilla
falda negra. Tambin da la Idea
de un bolero corto de encaje.
PARA ETIQUETA
(Modelo F)
No estn siendo de mucha a-
ceptacln los trajes de baile de-
masiado largos. Cuando se con-
feccionan un poco cortos siem-
pre dan libertad a los movimien-
tos. Ahora los modistos compla-
cen a las personas a quienes
gusta esta clase de vestido ha-
cindolos en muselina fina, al-
gunos de ellos Completamente
plisados. Las faldas son senci-
llas y rectas, pero el cuerpo tie-
ne un drapeado. generalmente
colocado en forma asimtrica.
DESCRIPCIN DE LOS
MODELOS
A.Traje sastre en gnero de
hilo color azul elctrico o tam-
bin en gnero de lana fina, el
cual es muy prctico para la
primavera. El ribeteado es de
piqu blanco. Un clavel rojo os*
curo va colocado en el hombro.
B.Abrigo entallado en moar
blanco con botones de azabache.
Un pauelo de muselina negra
CUn bonece ae piqu blan-
co o raso por JACQUE8 .ITH.
Est adornado con una pluma
y flexible.
D.Un collar de azabache y
cristal usado en la nuca.
E.Traje con falda estrecha
transformado con la adicin de
una sobrefalda.
F.Atractivo traje de baile en
muselina verde, toda plisado. El
borde de la falda imita un aba-
nico. Este modelo de MAGGY
ROUFF es escotado y sin hom-
bros.
LO QUE HEMOS VISTO ESTA
SEMANA EN PARIS
La reaparicin del anticuado
zapato de Carlos IX con su ale-
ta y botn a un lado. Lo har
confeccionado en gabardina
paja. \
Encantador vestido de noche
de tul blanco con el cuerpo de
tafetn a cuadros. Cada uno de
los cuadros est marcado coi
cuentas de cristal y azabache!
Para acompaar este traje se hs
Ideado un abrigo largo del mis-
mo gnero que el cuerpo y cor
la misma clase de bordado.
Muchos alfileres de sombre-
ro hechos de la misma manera
que los collares. .
Las manoplas de los guantes
adornadas con piedras de pasta
rosadas, hojas doradas, encaje
negro o lentejuelas de todos co-i
lores.
NUEVOS BUZONES.Ya no tendr usted e bajarse del ca-
rro para echar su carta al buzn. Estos nuevos bosones han sida
puestos en uso en Nueva York, a fin de ayudar a descongestionaij
1 trnsito en esa ciudad.
PAGINA CUATRO
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dominical
DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
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La Cocina del Hogar
[Poi C CJUZtf
u
Hemos recibido de dos amables
lectoras algunas recetas que por
considerarlas de Inters. Inser-
tamos esta semana en nuestra
columna. La seora Sofa vda.
de Gmez tuvo la amabilidad de
enviarnos la receta titulada "Ri-
on al Jerez": el "Arroz a la Mll-
nesa" y el "Arroz con Pollo" fue-
ron galantemente enviados por
la seora Emma de Lpez.
Agradecemos la gentileza de
dichas damas.
Rien al Jere*
5 cucharadas de aceite.
Vb cebolla grande.
2 tomates.
2 pimientos.
Sal y pimienta al gusto,
dientes de ajos,
cucharadita de salsa Inglesa,
onza de jerez.
1 limn.
Se le quitan las gorduras al ri-
on; te le cotra en cuadrltos se
lava y luego se pone en una va-
sija con el jugo de un limn y
media cucharada de sal: se de-
ja reposar por 15 minutos, des-
pus de los cuales se lava varias
veces.
En una sartn se pone el acei-
te y se fren los ajos hasta que
se doren, luego se le pone el ri-
on, se condimenta y se deja
frer durante 5 minutos; se le a-
grega el tomate, pimiento v ce-
bolla picada en tajaditas, y se
deja frer durante 5 minutos
mas. Dos minutos antes de reti-
rarlo del fuego se le agregan la
salsa Inglesa y el Jerez.
Se sirve con papas fritas al
hilo.
3
1
1H
grasado.
Arroz con pollo
1 pollo.
1 libra de arroz.
4 tazas de agua.
Vi taza de aceite.
1 lata de petit pois.
1 cebo! la.
2 ajes dulces.
Sal y pimienta al gusto.
El pollo despus de limpio se
Corta en pedazos, se refran en
el aceite con el tomate, con ce-
bolla v aj bien picado y se sa-
zona con sal y pimienta. Se le
Agrega el arroz ya laado al agua,
los petit pois, y se le da color;
se revuelve bien. Se tapa bien y
se pone al horno un ratito. Se
adorna con pimientos morrones
al ponerlo en la bandeja.
Arroz a la Milanesa
2 tazas de arroz.
10 salchichas.
1 cebolla pequea.
3 ajes dulces.
3 dientes de ajos.
4 cucharadas de queso
parmesano.
I3; taza de agua.
3 cucharadas de manteca.
Se fren en manteca diez sal-
chichas y cuando estn bien fri-
tas se sacan. En esta misma
manteca se fren la cebolla pi-
cada, ajo y mucho aji dulce.
Cuando este resfrito est cocido
se le vacan de nuevo las sal-
chichas y el arroz ya lavado, se.
revuelvo un rato, s' ^ Te con el
agua necesaria, se WV^ calor y
cuando comienza a el arroz a se-
carse se le echan 3 o 4 cucha-
radas de queso parmesano ralla-
do. Se mezcla todo bien y se po-
ne al horno en un molde en-
Magazine de
Hollywood
ANECTODAS X NOTICIAS DE
LOS ESTUDIOS DE CINE
Darryl Zanuck prepara para
despus de la superproduccin
de ambiente bblico DAVID Y
BETSABE, un film que es el
diario de un doctor, cuyo ar-
gumento y direccin estara a
:argo deldos veces laureado
director Joseph Mankiewicz.
La 20th Century Fox va a
lanzar como estrellas a los si-
guientes actores y actrices; De-
ba Paget en AVE DEL PARA-
SO___Rory Calhoun en TE \E-
RK ALA SALIDA DEL TEAT.O
con Betty Gable.. Constai.ee
Smith en CARTAS VENEN03 Hugh Marlowe en DOS CON-
TRA EL DESTINO Dale Robert-
son en TAKE CARE OF MY LI-
TTLE GIRL y Gary Merrill en
DECISION BEFORE DAW y
THE FROG MEN... Todos cUcs
han hecho partea- principaiej
pero no estelares en los films
que se exhiben actualmente. No
los pierda de vista
FiriTay Currle, que se distin-
gue en el rol del viejo escocs
;n EL DIABLILLO Y LA RELXA.
ene un papel importante en
KANGAROO que se filma eu
Australia con Maureen O'Hara
7 Peter Lawford. Lewis Mlleato-
-orn
rr*fll -ofi :
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CARACAS
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7:M a.m.
Panam
Lima (B .110.-) a Santiago (B/.234.-)
Cada JUEVES a las 8:00 a.m.
De Panam a Lisboa, Madrid, Pars y Roma
(Va Caracas) Slo B/.455.00
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BANQUETE AL DR. SUBLET. La anterior fotografa nos muestra un grupo de ex-alumnos
ce la Universidad de California, quienes le dieron una comida de bienvenida al Sr. Robert Si-
bley v seora. El Sr. Sibley es un educador de larga experiencia, ingeniero y autor. La co-
mida fu efectuada el Mircoles en la noche en el Comedor Bella Vista del Hotel El Panam.
De izquierda a derecha tenemos al Sr. Sibley, Sra. Alson Sears, Sr. P. C. Perry, Srta. Dorothy
Hayward, Sr. Alson Sears. Sr. Louis Sommers, Sra. Shirley Berger, Sr. Ricardo Brln, Sra. de
de la Guardia, Sr. Pedro Galindo. Sra. de Galindo, Dr. Erasmo de la Guardia y la Sra. Sibley.
El Sr. Sibley. quien ha visitado cerca de 50 pases en su vida, declar: "Nunca he visto un
hotel tan atractivo como "El Panam".
Honrando a un Gran Hombre
Loe Ministros de Relaciones Exteriores que concurrieron a la Cuarta Reunin de Consulta de
Cancilleres de los estados americanos en Washington, D.C., colocaron una corona de clavetes
rojos y blancos sobre la tumba de Jorge Washington, primer Presidente de los Estados Uni-
dos. La anterior fotografa muestra (de izquierda a derecha) al Dr. Carlos N. rfrin, Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores de k anam; al Dr. J. Edgardo Valenzuela, Secretarlo de Relaciones
Exteriores de Honduras; al Dr. Hiplito Jess Paz, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriorea de Ar-
gentina y al Dr. Bernardo Ocampo, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Paraguay, ante la
tumba.
ne, que realiz HASTA EL UL-
TIMO HOMBRE, es el dlreccor.
Kieron Moore, que hizo de
marido de Vivien Leigh en Ana
Karenina, hace de marido de
a chica que ms se le parece
en la pantalla, Susan Hayward
en David y Betsabe. Kieron es
el marido que muere en bata-
lla, dejando librea a Su-cn
para amar a Gregory Pecit.
Paul Douglas se llev una
sorpresa hoy en los estudios de
la 20th Century Fox. Resulta
en THE GUY WHO CA:.*E
BACK sus compaeros de tra-
bajo no son solo Zero Mo>tcl
y las bellas Joan Bennett y
Linda Darnell. Trabaja con l
tambin un zorrillo. El anima -
lito lleg impregnado del mejor
deodorizante que Joe Newman,
el director pudo encontrar, y
>er ofrecido a Douglas como
mascota que le traiga suerte,
en unas escenas donde jueba
el campeonato de ftbol.
DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dominica)
PAGINA CINCO

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La Campaa Anti-Malarica
La Labor Que Realiza El Estado


La Seccin de Lucha Antima-
lrica ante la amenaza de ver
malogrado sus esfuerzos de ex-
tirpar por completo del pas la
malaria, por un lado, debido al
concepto errneo que algunos de
nuestros hombres pblicos tie-
nen del papel que est llamada
a desempear la Seccin de Lu-
cha Antlnialrica y. por otro la-
do, la especulacin de oue es ob-
jecto ahora los insecticidas que
se emplean extensamente en la
campaa biolgica antlmalrica
tales como el Dlcloro-Dlfenll-
Trlcloretano (DD.T.)' y el Nexa-
cloruro de Benzeno (B.H.C.), se
ve en la Imperiosa necesidad de
dar una voz de alarma de los
problemas que afrontar la Na-
cin de no disponer los fondos
necesarios para la continuacin
de esta importante campaa.
El D.D.T. cuando se Inir< su
emnleo en 1947. costaba B.0.44
la libra y ahora en el corto es-
rrclo de los dos ltimos meses,
esta misma droga se cotiza a
B>30 la libra.
En estos momentos de sincera
preocupacin por la Campaa
Antimalrica. precisa que todos
quienes dentro de la esfera de
sus actividades, especia luiente la
omisin Permanente de la A-
amhlra Nacional y la Contralo-
ria General de la Repblica,
les cabe contribuir a solucio-
nar satisfactoriamente este pro-
blema de salud pblica, contri-
buyan con su sano juicio y hue-
ra voluntad a oue la Campaa
Antimalrica, cumpla a carta
cabal con la lmoortante misin
social que se le ha encomenda-
do.
En asta exposicin nos nrono-
nemos tambin resaltar el pro-
preso v los beneficios oue 1a
Campaa Antlmalrica le ha
venido proporcionando al Esta-
do a travs de los aos v muy
ecnecialmente desde la Inicia-
cin en 1947 de la nueva cam-
naa dp mtodos bio'iicos s
bace del DD.T.. hasta el presen-
te v lo que puede esperarse de
]p labor de esta campaa que
: luir se complementa con el
Gammexane. otra arma pode-
rosa a la disposicin de los sa-
nitarlstas.
I (>' mtodos de Campaa An-
tlmalrica anu como en casi to-
rtas partes del mundo, han sufri-
do cambios peridicos, pero nin-
runa tan substancial y sensible
como el ltimo introducido por
mtodos biolgicos de combate
con el empleo de drogas de e-
f>to rn.iH'i!>i como lo son el
DDT. v el Gammexane.
Comparando la Campaa An-
tlmalrica clsica de la eemen-
toteraola v la pctrolbasln con
los mtodos de control moderno
por la pulverizacin de las dro-
gas Insecticidas de efecto re-
manente i.e. dedetiacin v eaw-
tiir'i/aciin. el contraste resulta
realmente sorprendente sin con-
siderar adems, los numerosos
beneficios que nrooorciona la
emoaa al destruir tambin
otros agentes lnfecto-contafio-
501s de gran Importancia socio-
econmico.
Lo ms sorprendente, pues, de
la Oamnaa de Saneamiento
Antimalrica moderna (v a ello
oulero llamar la atencin a to-
dos auienes tuvieran que ver con
el presupuesto de gastos de la
Seccin de Lucha Antimalrica,
oulenes desconociendo la labor
rte esta lmoortante Seccin del
Denartamento de Salud Pblica
Dudieren permanecer Indiferen-
tes hacia la suerte de este or-
ganismo) ei oue la sucesin de
Campaa Antimalrica en la
actualidad, no slo extiende su
manto protector contra los vec-
tores de la Malaria, sino que sus
mtodos al mismo tiempo oue
tacan la malaria, combaten ac-
tivamente a los vectores de la
Fiebre Amarilla, la nermedad
de Chagas (que dicho sea de
paso), merecer espacial aten-
cin en la Planificacin de nues-
tra campaa Dar este ao) y
contribuye a disminuir los indi-
ces de la Tifoidea, el Tifus, las
Diarreas. Disenterias v Enteritis
como consecuencia de la taxlcl-
dad del D.D.T. y el Gammexane
TASA OE MORTALIDAD POR MALARIA
too
flucta alrededor de B. 1.000.00.
Ahora bien, a nadie se le puede
escapar que cada ciudadano
constituye una parte integral de)
la riqueza de la Nacin y repre-
senta, por lo tanto, un porcen-
taje del capital del Estado.
Bajo este concepto encontra-
mos oue las 405 vidas salvadas
en 1950 representan una econo-
ma de B.405.000.00 para ol Es-
tado, hecho posible por la Cam-
paa Antimalrica (Cuadro No.
2).
Extendiendo an ms los cl-
culos se demuestra tambin que
la Campaa Antlmalrica, ade-
ms de la economa en vidas
salvadas asegura tambin para
el Tesoro Nacional una gran e-
conomia en concepto de medica-
mentos v hospitalizacin que le
cuesta al Estado la suma de
B.4.61 al da. por cada paciente
recluido en las salas de asisten-
cia social del Estado. SI se esta-
blece un promedio de 5 das de
hospitalizacin y otros cinco
das de convalecencia en casa
para los enfermos con malaria,
tenemos que en 1947 la Nacin
gast en concepto de asistencia
mdica la suma de B 194,565 05.
Pero para tener una idea mejor
de la prdida global por la ma-
laria, tenemos que agregar, ade-
ms; el' valor del tiempo perdido
por hospitalizacin y convale-
cencia durante ese mismo ao,
estipulando que cada pen sano
trabaja 8 horas diarlas a razn
de B.2.00 al da. clculo un tanto
conservador, dando margen, a-
dems. al nmero de nios que
se enfermaron con malaria, y
quienes no devengaban sueldo
alguno, entonces se constata que
la Nacin perdi, adems. 675,280
horas de trabajo, o sea. 84.410
das de trabajo que equivalen a
B.168,820.00 a razn de B2 00
diariamente y para 1950 habia
ahorrado 391.520 horas, o sea,
48,940 das de trabajo oue co-
rresponden a B.97.880.00 'Cuadro
No. 2).
/
para las pulgas, garrapatas,
moscas, cucarachas, chinches y
Cjofl. agentes transmisores o
ermediarios de estas enfer-
medades que tanto estrago ha-
cen an entre la poblacin in-
fantil de nuestros pueblos rura-
les.
CUADRO NUMERO 1
Ao Poblacin Casos Muerte Conf. Mortalidad
estimada Malaria Malaria 100 m nao.
1943 662,394 8.707 621 93.7
1944 675.867 8.033 596 88.2
1945 688.939 6,607 597 866
1946 702.212 6352 531 75.6
1347 ? 715,485 8.441 614 85.6
1948 728.758 5.436 418 57.4
1949 742.030 "4.437 284 38.3
1950 755303 3.547 200 27.7
Iniciacin Campaa de Dedetizacin.
Censo Nacional de 1950.
De los datos anteriores se des-
prende el hecho de que desde
1947 cuando se inici la Campa-
a de Dedetizacin en gran es-
cala, la cifra anual de casos de
infeccin por Malaria alcanza-
ba a 8,441. las defunciones 14
v la tasa de mortalidad especi-
fica acusaba 85.6 por cada i00
mil habitantes y para 1950 estas
cifras se bajaron'a 3.547 casos
de infeccin, 209 defunciones
con una tasa de mortalidad es-
pecfica de 27.7 por cada 100-ml)
habitantes. Esto revela para
1950 una reduccin anual de
4,894 casos de infeccin malri-
ca y 405 vidas salvadas en este
ao sobre 1947.
CUADRO NUMERO 2
RELACIN ECONMICA ENTRE LA CAMPASA DE 1347 T 1958
Ao Asistencia Costo B. Tiempo perdido Valor Muerte Valor vidas
Mdica Horas Das Tiempo B. perdidas
' 1947 8.441 194366,05 675380 84,410 168,820.00 614 614,000
1950 3,547 81,758.35 283.760 35,470 70,940.00 209 209,000
Econo.: 4,894 112.806.70 391,530 48,940 97,808.00 405 B 4OS.000
Tomando en consideracin ex- i los cuadros siguientes la econo-
cluslvamente la malaria, cual-1 ma y grandes beneficios y la
quier profano puede apreciar en sorprendente reduccin de la
Infeccin y mortalidad por Ma-
laria, segn las cifras Informa-
das por la Seccin de Bio-Esta-
dstica, que la Campaa Antl-
malrica est proporcionndole
al pais desde 1943.
Se ha estimado por medio fie
clculos de un nmero plural
de factores que el valor mnimo
promedio anual de la vida del
ciudadano panameo corriente.
CUADRO NUMERO 3
Descripcin Cantidad
Valor
Economa por vidas Salvadas 405 B.405,000.00
Economa por Asistencia Mdica 4,894 112,806.70
Economa por Das de Trabajos Perdidos 48,940 97,880^00
Economa Total Anual en Efectivo (1950)
B615.686.70
Calculando el valor total de la
economa anual por la reduccin
de la morbilidad malrica, su
mortalidad y el tiempo rescatado
para el trabajo, se llega a la con-
clusin de que la Campaa An-
tlmalrica le ahorra anua.men-
te al pas alreredor de B.615-
686.70 como puede apreciarse en
el Cuadro No. 3.
Por ltimo la Campaa Antl-
malrica en la esfera de sus ac-
tividades contribuye tambin al
abaratamiento del costo de la
vida, cosa sta que el Gobierno
le debe interesar enormemente
puesto que al reducir la canti-
dad de enfermos y muertos se
aumenta la cantidad de brasos
capacitados para el trabajo, las
horas de trabajo efectivo y ,1a
produccin, que al final de cuen-
tas repercute en una mayor a-
bundancla de productos y al a-
baratamiento de ellos, sobre to-
do, cuando se trata de la produc-
cin de los artculos de primera
necesidad.
No se debe dejar que tas con-
quistas obtenidas en la Lucha
Antimalrica en los aos ante-
riores se pierden ahora por la
creencia popular de que la ma-
tarla esta vencida del iodo en
Panam.
Aurelio A. Lopes W.,
Malarllogo Jefe de la
Seccin de Malariologia.
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Ocurre frecuentemente
las deinciones de palabras que
encontramos en el diccionario,
son confusas. Tal es el caso de
las palabras 'trabajo' y 'Juego'
cuando se asocian a las activi-
dades de los nios. Cundo co-
mienza a 'trabajar' el nio? Es
cuando comienza a asistir a la
Por qu den jugar los nios? La vacunacin con BCG
Es curioso encontrar, en la miento de las personas enfermas
quel destacando entre otras cotas, un historia de la humanidad, c- e Inmunizacin (mediante la
cierto Erado de responsabilidad mo ^^ nueva era trae consigo vacuna) de los sujetos expuestos
social v de cooperacin con los e\ incremento de una enferme- al contacto. Esta inmunizacin
I dad especial, la cual destruye o vacunacin se est realizando
vidas a su antojo v. cuando ua-' con el B. C. O.
rece dominada, es reemplazada
en el puesto de combate por o-1 La sigla B. C. G. significa, va-
finalldad comn. Por otro lado,
el Juego o las actividades re-
creativasaunque tambin de-
ben hac^r resaltar el aspecto del
trabajo en conjuntopueden
escuela y se enfrente con la ta- ser consideradas ms bien como n"rnero de tuberculosos'que se
rea tan complicada de aprenJer una cuestin de responsabilidad encuentran en los conglomera-
a asociar ciertas combinaciones para consigo mismo con el In
de lineas reetas v curvas impre- I de mantener un equilibrio ade-
sas en la pgina, con los slgr.l-' cuado entre los extremo* iue re-
ficados que le son mas o menos
conocidos? Para el nio Ja tarea
trmeros. La duracin de los e-
ectos de la vacunacin son va-
riables, pues en algunas oerso-
nas slo alcanzan a dos aos
mientras en otras pasan de diez:
sin embargo, puede considerarse
como trmino medio un tiempo
de seis aos de inmunidad, el
cual, dentro de .una generalidad
es muy satisfactorio.
A los benficos resultados de
tra. A nosotros ha correspondido cuna Calmetle-Guerin. en honor su aplicacin miede ^er"a'-
de aprender a leer, naturalmen-
en el verdadero sentido de la
palabra: o bien puetfe conside-
rarla casi como el mismo 'luego'
a que ha estado acostumbrado
antes de ingresar en la escuela.
Esto depender en gran parte
de las actividades e idea's que se
hayan inculcado al nio desde
su ms temprana infanciaes
an ms. casi desde que nace
actitudes e ideas que influirn
en la manera cmo se enfren-
tar con el ambiente en que se
encuentra y que para l signi-
fica un mundo desconocido e
Ilimitado. SI esa curiosidad y
costumbre naturales de pregun-
tar no han sido anuladas por los
que se encargan de su cuidado,
el nio retendr probablemente
durante sus aos escolares v
ms adelante en el curso de su
vida, uor lo menos algo de ese
valiossimo poder de experimen-
tar placer y satisfaccin del he-
cho de aprender algo nuevo, ac-
titud que a menudo representa
an para las adultos aquella dis-
tincin Inefable entre el 'traba-
Jo' y el 'Juego'.
Por lo tanto, es obvio que la
manera en que se permita lugar
a un nio, o la forma en que se
aliente o prohiba su Juego, tiene
enorme influencia en todo su fu-
turo desarrollo, tanto fisico y
mental como emotivo v social.
Muchas veces sucede que un ni-
o est absorto en una tarea qUe
puede parecer de poca importan-
cia a las personas mayores oue
lo rodean, y que al nreguntr-
sele qu ert haciendo, el nio
contesta: "Estoy trabajando. No
me molesten ahora". SI fuera
posible se debe tratar por todos
los medios para que pueda ter-
minar su tarea.
Para un nio, su Juego es su
trbalo: y cuando l mismo fija
objetivos en ello v Jos logra, des-
arrolla su habilidad y experi-
menta satisfacciones que influi-
rn notablemente en su actitud
relativa a sus futuras aspiracio-
nes constructivas. Uno de los
Brandes precursores de la educa-
cin infantil ha dicho: "Para un
buen psiclogo basta observar Ja
manera en oue un nio seleccio-
na su pasatiempo y sus tuegos,
para darse cuenta lo que ser
en el futuro".
Y ste, el trabajo del nio, se
Inicia con la vida misma. La ac-
tividad del recin nacido consiste
mayormente en movimientos es-
pontneos v sin coordinacin. A
medida oue avanza su edad, ad-
ouiere gradualmente la habili-
dad para coordinar, y durante
los primeros aos de su vida
aprende a sentarse, a pararse y
luego a caminar y correr. Todo
esto representa para l tanto
trabajo como juego, o sea. 'tra-
bajo-Juego', ya oue como hemos
visto, no e.s. fcil separarlos.
Con el tiempo estas funciones
fundamentales se vuelven auto-
mticas v reouleren cada vez
menos la atencin consciente del
nio. Esta es la etapa que ofrece
la oportunidad para desarrollar
actividades nuevas, v es cuando
se debe ayudar al nio nara que
ampli sus horizontes, y avance
en su gran aventura de ir hacia
lo desconocido. Es esencial, por lo
tanto, que se le provea elemen-
tos adecuados educativos para
este propsito, sin que sean Ju-i
guetes costosos o de fabricacin
complicada. Es ms. estos lti-
mos .a veces ofrecen desventa-
jas, sobre todo, para los nios-
muv pequeos. Los bloques de
madera corriente y no muy pe-
queos, una pelota, un montn
de arena o de tierra, y un balde
y pala podrn ser la fuente de
Interminables goces v de apren-
dizaje para el nio pequeo, ya
que no se le debe poner en con-
tacto con esa extraordinaria va-
riedad de Juguetes y otros ar-
tculos que los padres v parlen-
tes Inconscientemente le rega-
lan cuando estn en condiciones
de adquirirlos. Durante la edad
escolar ocurre paulatinamente
una cierta separacin entre el
'trabajo' v el 'juego'. El concep-
to del trabajo debe desarrollarse
la tuberculosis. Es increble el, de los dos primeros cientficos
qe la prepararon v aplicaron
es una suspensin de bacilos tu-
dos urbanos pobres, de bajo ni- berculosos de origen bovino, los
vel sanitario. | cuales se han de su poder para
_. i reproducir la enfermedad de-
presentan el trabajo constante Hasta ahora la enfermedad se jando intacta su capacidad de
y nada de juego y el juego cons- ha contemplado principalmente otar al organismo de las deten-
tante y nada de trabajo. Ninguno desde el punto de vista clnico, | ^ necesarias Las experiencias
te puede representar 'trabajo' de estos extremos es aconsejable j es decir, diagnstico de la for- i realizadas en grande escala por
tanto para el nio como para el; ma y tipo tomados por l en un : ias autoridades sanitarias de al-
adul to.
Naturalmente, la clase de jue-
go, recreo y ejercicio, tanto bajo
techo como al aire Ubre, variara
segn la edad del nio, pero se
debe hacer resaltar, que es su- ,-
mmente Importante que stos md0} * ^SJ??., w*nclpal-
indivlduo dado, y de tratamien-
to, dejando a un lado la profi-
laxis o conjunto de medidas hi-
ginicas destinadas a prevenir
su presencia. Pero es el hecho
que una gran campaa de esta
sean proporcionados en forma
suficiente v con los materiales
apropiados para cada grupo de
edad. El aire Ubre en abundan-
cia v el espacio adecuado en edi-
ficios, parques. Jardines y cam-
pos, de recreo saludables, son
requisitos mundialmente reco-
nocidos para el desarrollo sano
de los nios. La mayora de las
comunidades, y en particular las
grandes ciudades en todo el
mundo, no proveen an todos I
estps requisitos en forma debi-
da. Sin embargo, se reconoce ca-
da vez ms que todo nio nece-
sita un programa equilibrado de
mente en esto ltimo.
Hay dos medios de hacer pro-
filaxis antituberculosa: aisla-
alimentacln y sueno suficien-
tes: y de Juego y ejercicio tanto
fsico como mental, en un am-
biente sano. Estos elementos son
esenciales si queremos crear una
generacin nueva de seres hu-
manos vigorosamente sanos de
cuerpo y espritu, cuva natura-
leza Inventiva y sentido ae res-
ponsabilidad social hagan oue ei
mundo del porvenir sea un lugar
meior para vivir que el mundo
de hoy.
gunos pases como Dinamarca
y Noruega coinciden con des-
censo casi vertical en la morta-
lidad a causa de tuberculosis y
pruebas que la accin conjunta
del BCG. de la tuberculosis (ma-
ravillosa reaccin que nos per-
mite saber cules Individuos han
estad""en contacto con el bacilo >
v las modernsimas drogas v
procedimientos quirrgicos con
que cuenta la medicina, acaba-
rn seguramente con la temible
"Peste Blanca".
La eficacia del BCG se ha
puesto tambin de manifiesto en
medios lnvestlgatlvos por el sis-
tema de comparacin entre gru-
pos de individuos vacunados v
no vacunados, expuestos a los
mismos riesgos de contraer la
enfermedad resultando siempre
favorecidos en las estadsticas loa
se
su Inocuidad casi absoluta. Dues
salvo la presencia de un per-
centaje muy bajo de abscesos en
el sitio de aplicacin, no ae ha
presentado ningn caso ,ra\e
en diez millones o ms de per-
sonas vacunadas.
No pretende el BCO des-xlojar
todas las otras medidas de pro-
filaxis empleadas hasta ahora
con ms o menos buen resulta-
do: todo lo contrario: el aisla-
miento de los enfermos. 3d tra-
tamiento de los enfermos, su tra-
tamiento oportuno v bien 01 ten-
tado, el mejoramiento de las
condiciones de vida en todos los
medios humanos particularmen-
te en los menos favorecidos e-
conmlcamente. sern su mejor
ayuda.
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GASCOYNE
y La Poesa Como Una
Sntesis Constructiva
Por H. Daz Casanueva-
Un Cuenfo Nacional
VOCES EN LA
David Gascoyne, uno de loe
poetas mas Interesantes de la
nueva generacin Inglesa, reall-
>a una.de las experiencias mis
significativas en el dominio po-
tico, sin llegar a un desenlace.
pero dispuesto a confrontarse
con todos los nuevos valores y
problemas que surgen actual-
mente para un poeta activo ms
que posivo. Naci en 1916. en
Harrow, hizo sus estudios en
Salisbury, en una escuela des-
cendiente de la clebre catedral,
interesndose especialmente por
la msica. Ms tarde, en la Es-
cuela Politcnica d Londres, es-
tudia sin descubrirse ninguna
aptitud particular. Y se cultiva,
entonces, al margen de colegios,
dedicndose enteramente a la
aventura emocionante de expre-
sar aquello que brotaba en su
espritu, sin que l mismo lo
comprendiera del todo.
A los 19 aos da en Oxford
una conferencia sobre "El sur-
realismo v la guerra de Espa-
a", convirtindose en el mas
entusiasta emisario de la doc-
trina surrealista en Inglaterra.
Al Igual que los dems poetas
lngleses.de su generacin, les fe-
brilmente a Freud y Marx y se
preocupa por todo aquello que
puede ayudarlo a ser verdadera-
mente un hombre y colaborar
con los dems para Igual tarea.
Pero al comienzo de la ltima
guerra mundial se desprende del
surrealismo por considerarlo de-
masiado estrecho y alternar el
objetivo de la liebrtad plena con
frmulas y credulidades dema-
siado fciles. Hace siete aos
que no publica un solo poema;
slo se sabe que est actualmen-
te dedicado a intensos estudios
filosficos. Ha publicado: "La
vida del hombre es esta carne"
(1943): "Historia del Surrealis-
mo" (19$5) y "La locura de Hol-
- derlln" (1938). No obstante su
retiro, su nombre no puede fal-
tar en ninguna antologa ni en-
sayo sobre la actual poesa in-
glesa, y ppetrar. en su dominio
esotrico es proyectar una luz
sobre el desarrollo del arte con-
temporneo,
En Gascoyne se cumple con
verdadera alucinacin el proce-
so liberador que comienza con
Eliot v que continuaron Auden,
Thomas, Keyes. y tantos otros.
Se pudo haber credo que con
Audencomo dice Astrela poe-
sa inglesa penetraba directa-
mente en la representacin de
la realidad, despojndose del
subjetivismo que haba termina-
do por constituir una evasin
irresponsable. La aprehensin
directa del objeto y el trata-
miento de temas colectivos ten-
dan a impedir la desintegracin
y liquld&r al narcisismo hlstrl-
nlco y estril. Pero tambin la
escuela de Auden se agota y la
poesa, de esencia huidiza v mul-
tiforme, no se deja aprisionar
por ninguna norma o valor, por
deseables que sean, en una de-
terminada poca. La poesa es
mensaje, pero a la vez tambin
libre manifestacin de todo a-
quello que bulle en el incons-
ciente1 del hombre y no hay vi-
vencia que pueda excluirse si
coincide con la necesidad de
desplegar y revelar los poderes
del alma por caticos y desespe-
rados que aparezcan. Dentro de
la poesa se establece tambin
una lucha entre el morallsmo y
el frenes expresivo, la sensibi-
lidad social y la individual. Los
jvenes poetas Ingleses reaccio-
nan como Auden aceptando la
influencia tarda del surrealis-
mo (siempre vigente, tanto en
su concepcin del hombre como
en la. Inagotable posibilidad de
experimentar), pero no utilizan
los tcnicos surrealistas jura-
mente para desenmaraar lo
que expulsa el espritu en sus
automatismos, sino que profun-
dizan todo aquello especifica-
mente humano v concreto, pene-
trando los diversos planos y di-
mensiones de la persona. Es un
error creer que se ubican fuera
del mundo o de su tiempo o
desoyen los llamados de la ge-
neracin, los principios del deber
y el sentimiento de los valores.
El realismo ya presente en Eliot
y llevado a su ms amplio al-
cance expresivo por Auden. mo-
dera al surrealismo propicie a
la fuga al pas de lo fortuito
y lo maravilloso. Vacila esta
poesa entre el individualismo l-
rico v el realismo dramtico, a-
ceptando el riesgo de caer en un
neromantleismo simblico. Gas-
coyne. Dylan Thomas y la escue-
la apocalptica de Henry Treece
(este ltimo ms Integral repre-
sentan esta importancia tenden-
cia que debemos conocer en to-
das sus modalidades. De todos
ellosy ms que Gascoynees
Dylan Thomas el que ms facul-
tad potica posee y mayor ori-
ginalidad. Representa Thomas
una nueva posibilidad de riva-
lizar los mitos de Blake e iniciar
un reconocimeinto que al con-
servar todos los elementos con-
quistados por la nueva poesa
acoja las interrogaciones del
tiempo presente.
Pero antes de dar a conocer
los poemas de Dylan Thomas,
veamos lo que nos dicen Gas-
coyne y apreciemos su hazaa.
No lo presentamos entindase
bien como un ejemplo, sino
apenas como una experiencia
indudablemente valiosa. Tal vez
su poesa sea un puro desenfre-
no o una imagen simblica que
chisporrotea para salvarse de
la actual desesperacin. En estos
poemas, Gascoyne no ha renun-
. ciado~"todavia a Imgenes pro-
totpicas comunes en Breton,
pero tiene una visin ms esen-
cial, un lirismo menos pasivo y
menos sometido al azar de las
contingencias de la imaginacin.
Es prdigo en los recursos pls-
ticos y hace alarde de una in-
tensa metafsica. Por otra parte,
si leemos estos poemas atenta-
mente, observaremos que en la
concepcin general hay un re-
pudio de la actitud individualis-
ta y de las asociaciones que des-
-realizan o extinguen los valores
vitales y humanos. En la re-
construccin de su yo, Gascoyne
est animado tambin por un
propsito humanista y un es-
fuerzo de sntesis constructiva.
Pero su sorprendeinte silencio
posterior nos hace temer que va
estos poemas no representen la
direccin de su espritu. Circuns-
tancia, por lo dems, caracters-
tica de los poetas ingleses ac-
tuales, para quienes la poesa
no es un dominio autnomo, sino
un aspecto de la crisis en que se
debate el nombre contempor-
neo.
por Augusto Vives S
Un poema de Gascoyne
A traVs de la correcta perspectiva hasta el cielo pintado
veintenas de puentes reflejados emergen
pasando uno sobre el otro, y muchedumbres con banderas
corren sobre ellos y nubes como acrbatas
se balancean sobre invisibles trapecios.
La luz como un lpiz afilado
escribe historias de tinieblas sobre el muro
mientras que toe muros caen al interior,
heridas purulentas se abren como bocas
que han estado cosidas, y la lluvia eternamente
desciende a travs del espacio planetario.
Nos preguntamos: De dnde viene esta luz?
De dnde vienen la lluvia, los silencios planetarios,
estos monogramas acuosos de nuestro Yo nico
y aislado?
Slo una estatua polvorosa levanto y saja *u mano,
' I>. O. i
Sucedi alguna vez todo lo que
aqu se relata? No sabra decirlo.
La vidaesto ya-se sabetiene
situaciones ms inverosmiles
que cuantas pudiera idea la mas
desatada fantasia.
No obstante, si ello no ocurri
realmente, bien pud haber su-
cedido tal como aqui aparece; y
al menos, una cosa es cierta:
todas estas narraciones tienen el
sello de la ms absoluta since-
ridad. Porque en aquel grupo
que esa noche extraordinaria,
estaba reunido en el saloncito
de tercera del barco "Oropesa",
de la Royal Mail Line, nadie,
absolutamente nadie, tena in-
ters alguno en mentir.
Mucho se dijo aquella noche,
mas de cuanto se relat, recuer-
do bien tres narraciones que tra-
tar de hacer llegar a ustedes lo
ms fielmente posible.
Se encontraba en la tertulia
esa noche, un viejo colombiano
moreno, desdentado y flaco,
quien viajaba a Chile para visl-,
tar a su hijo establecido all.
No cre mucho lo que dijera,
pero l Jur la certeza de su his-
toria. Y asi dijo:
"Fue para la llamada Guerra
de los Mil Das, entre liberales y
conservadores. Guerra atroz que
asol el Istmo de Panam, des-
truy vidas y haciendas de reglo-
nes enteras v prepar.con sus
excesos v horrores el camino pa-
ra el movimiento separatista de
1903.
"Entonces yo contaba apenas
18 aos y de la guerra lo igno-
raba todo. La "leva" que arras-
trara a tantos otros de mi pue-
blo, tambin me llev e mi. Fue
as como un dia me encontr
desembarcando en el Istmo con
la invasin caucana del Gene-
ral Benjamin Herrera.
"Sera tarea prolija v tediosa,
detallar los horrores de aquella
campaa: los saqueos, los Incen-
dios, las matanzas, los desmanes
de la soldadesca, y toda la estela
trgica de desaciertos y crme-
nes que llenndome de asco me
impulsaban a desertar sin qua
me atreviera a hacerlo por te-
mor a las consecuencias.
"Una noche, sin embargo, su-
cedi algo que fue definitivo pa-
ra mi, que me dio fuerzas para
huir arrostrando los riesgos de
tal accin antes, de seguir en esa
monstruosa hermandad de arr
mas.
"Fue una noche clara de Ene-
ro. Nuestro vivac estaba en San-
ta Mara, v habamas destacado
unas avanzadas hacia Aguadul-
ce. Yo iba en un pelotn de ca-
ballera a rdenes de un Sar-
gento cartagenero, hombre hos-
co y repulsivo, de ojos bizcos y
bigotes monglicos, cuando cer-
ca de Divisa, nos dimos de fren-
te con una patrulla de reconoci-
miento goda.
"Cruzamos disparos y los con-
servadores huyeron dejando ten-
dido en el campo uno de los su-
yos, de unos veinte aos apenas,
herido en un muslo aunque no
de gravedad.
, "Por orden del Sargento, lo
acomodamos al anca de un caba-
llo y dimos marcha atrs hacia
Santa Maria. Por 'el camino, el
Sargento que estaba medio bo-
rracho vociferaba contra los
conservadores v en particular
contra el prisionero herido que
no cesaba de quejarse.
"La tropa marchaba Intran-
quila en medio de la soledad, co-
mo si algo imprevisto pero ho-
rrible se cerniera ingrvido en
el ambiente. El viento zumbaba
a ratos entre, los chumlcos y ma-
raones del nano, cual fantsti-
co enjambre de avispas irrita-
das. El barro del camino, seco
y resquebrajado por el verano,
adquira bajo el tac-tac de los
cascos de los caballos, sorpren-
dentes calidades de instrumento
de percusin.
"Llegamos en eso al cemente-
rio de Santa Maria, ep las afue-
ras del poblado v he aqui que de
sbito, el Sargento nos manda
hacer alto, apearnos y entrar en
el cementerio. Aquella orden,
dada la hora y las circunstan-
cias no dej de parecemos so-
bremanera extraa. No obstan-
te ello, obedecimos sin protes-
tar.
"En pos del 8argento entra-
mos todos, arrastrando a nues-
tra zaga al prisionero casi des-
vanecido. Era una extraa pro-
cesin aquella!
"A la cabeza marchaba el Sar-
gento y esquivando al paso las
tumbas, mientras observaba a
diestra v siniestra como quien
busca algo. Detrs bamos nos-
otros en silencio, tropezanda con
lpidas, golpeando con los sables
y las culatas de los fusiles, cru-
ces y tmulos de tierra.
"Al fin. aquel tipo pareci en-
contrar lo que buscaba, porque
se detuvo al pie de una tumba
de regular tamao. Con ayuda
de varios soldados hizo levan-
tar la losa, quedando al descu-
bierto la fosa vacia. Entonces,
mientras nosotros sobrecogidos
por aquellos preparativos, nos
preguntbamos que irla a su-
ceder, dio orden de acercar al
prisionero.
"No olvidar mientras viva, la
angustia que reflejaba el rostro
de aquel herido, ni la escena que
se sucedi despus. Con un ju-
ramento obsceno arrastr al po-
bre joven basta el borde de la
tumba y de un violento puntapi
lo arroj a la fosa, dando luego
orden de volver a colocar la la-
pida en su lugar. A pesar de que
temblaban de pavor y de angus-
tia, los hombres cumplieron a-
quel mandato absurdo.
"Otos Santo! Cmo borrar de
mi. mente los ojos desorbitados
por el espanto, los gritos de
deeeperacln, las facciones des-
encajadas por el terror, de aquel
hombre que era Introducido vi-
vo en la tumba?
"Aquellos gritos siguieron o-
yendose bajo tierra sordos y a-
pagados. Era un gemir espeluz-
nante, un''alarido enloquecedor,
algo que erizaba la piel y er--
coga el nimo en forma insopor-
table, como una voz incorprea,
espectral y trgica arrastrndo-
se bajo tierra y taladrando de
espanto la noche!
"Cuntas noches de pesadilla
oi esos gritos. Dios mo! Su eco
me persigui largo tiempo como
una maldicin, y an hoy al cabo
de tantos aos, cuando recuer-
do aquella noche de Santa Ma-
ra, siento en las venas un inde-
finible escalofro''.
El viejo, pequeo v frgil, pa-
reci encogerse en. el silln
cuando termin de hablar. Not
que todos lo miraban, pero l te-
nia la vista fija en el suelo y sus
manos temblaban ligeramente.
Alguien tosi entonces nervio-
samente, otro encendi un ci-
garrillo y un tercero con voz len-
ta v grave, empez a decir:
"S que lo que voy a contar
ha de parecerles Inverosmil. Por
favor no piensen que espero que
me crean. Es tan fantstico, que
yo mismo muchas veces pienso
si todo no fue un sueo, un be-
llo sueo.
"Esto sucedi hace ya cerca de
veinte aos, un anoche en El
Callao. El barco en que yo tra-
bajaba no saldra hasta el a-
manecer y con deseos de diver-
tirme haba entrado en un bar
cercano a los muelles. Uri caf
dev puerto como tantos otros, eon
un tipo de facha lamentable al
plano tocando valses y marine-
ras peruanas.
"Barajaba el fastidio y el te-
dio con una copa de pisco, cuan-
do divis esculpida en la penum-
bra del caf la silueta de una
mujer que desde una mesa del
rincn opuesto me miraba insis-
tentemente. Sin pensarlo mucho
la abord iniciando una conver-
sacin frivola. La mujer era in-
teresantsima: de piel marfilea
y
it
su
lafl
ve
c
m
rl
m
la
ni
Milagro en
Se deshizo en el tiempo
y el ngel de la guarda-ado
rescat del olvido tu presen
Hoy repito tu nombre en v
de arrastrarte a mi angust
de tu voz, tu dolor y tu ino
Qu dolor, mi dolor de la
cuando slo tu acento es n
Qu tristeza tan honda
de encontrarte, mi novia, er
sonmbulo viajero, peregrin
seguro de tu amor y tu dul
porque vive en tu alma, et<
como flor de milagro, la-ag
Guillerm
Mayo 1, 1951.
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DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
Smtmoto PANAMA AME
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NOCHE
s.
v cabello* renegridos como es
comn en ciertas espaolas e
italianas.
"Pero lo notable en ella eran
sus ojos! Ojos rasgados de un
suave color morado como el de
las uvas moscatel. Al hablar su
voz se senta lejana, apagada y
clidavoz de terciopelo: y al
sonrer lo hacia tan dolorsa-
mente y era su actitud tan cu-
riosamente retrada, que sent
mi inters subir de nunto asi que
las horas transcurran, fugaz-
mente.
"No puedo quejarme de esa
noche. Mi mente en un remolino
de emociones en que mezclaban
en
agona
npo nuestro sueo,
dolescencia,
sencia.
vano empeo
ustia, ser el dueo
inocencia.
a incoherencia,
s nuestro ensueo!
da la amargura
en el camino,
Brino,
dulzura,
eterna y ma,
agona!
orino Luciano Snchez.
(Rnlacto*
deseos sexuales, anhelos indeci-
sos, vapores de alcohol, sabor de
aventura, y una rara sensacin
de algo irreal, intangible, casi
ultraterreno, no recuerda con
precisin lo sucedido. Slo s que,
al filo de la media noche, caml-'
nbamos por los lados del puer-
to, tomados del brazo, bajo la
lumbre azul de la luna.
"En eso nos vino de una Igle-
sia distante, el taido melanc-
lico de unas campanas v mi com-
paera cambi repentinamente
su actitud. Detvose, rgida, y
con un conato de angustia en
los ojos, se solt de mis brazos,
echando a correr.
"La segu a mi vez, pero no
bien la hube alcanzado, la solt
sobresaltado. Haba tal deses-
peracin y un algo tan terrible
en sus ojos que qued sobreco-
gido. Aprovechando esa indeci-
sin, ella, se lanz por un calle-
jn cercano, desaporeclendo
pronto de mi vista.
"Reaccion al Instante y me-
pec a buscarla, llamndola sin
^esar en una especie de aluclna-
rhiento, encendiendo la noche de
rumores, mientras el eco me de-
volva agigantado mis sollozos y
gritos, en un denso y ensancha-
do murmullo lleno de sonorida-
des, cual la voz sin palabras del
amor siemprevlvo, gritando en
los puertos su cantinela de si-
glos.
"Al da 'siguiente, cavilando
an en mi extraa aventura de
la vspera acert a unirme a un
grupo de pasajeros que en cu-
bierta repasaban las vistas de
un lbum de reproducciones del
museo de Lima. De pronto, al dar
vuelta a una pgina, veo ante
m con sorpresa, el rostro enig-
mtico de mi acompaante del
dia anterior.
"Profer un grito de asombro
y dirigindome al dueo del l-
bum, le pregunt acerca de la
dama del cuadro. Es un cuadro
clebre>me contest... Repre-
senta a la Marquesa de Lucien-
tes, quien viviera en la poca del
Virrey-Poeta, Principe de Esqui-
ladle. Segn cuentan, era muy
alegre y simptica, amiga de ja-
ranas y de escapadas nocturnas
en plan de "tapada"que tal
era como denominaban en esa
poca a dichas damaspara
disfrutar as de incgnito fiestas
behomlas y populares. Una de
esas noches, por cierto, contra-
jo una pulmona que en pocos
dias la llev a la tumba.
"Y mientras- yo palideca in-
tensamente, prosigul:A pro-
psito, se cuenta de ella una
curiosa leyenda. Hay quienes a-
seguran" que de yez en cuando
suele vrsela en algn sitio de
diversin de los que frecuentara
en vida, como si aquel ser ansio-
so de placeres y agostado en ple-
na juventud, pretendiera desde
el ms all, tomarse el desquite
contra el destino adverso que
le cupo en vida",
Cuando ces de hablar el
hombre, observ a mi alrede-
dor con curiosidad. En algunos
ojos haba un brillo extrao, en
otros Incredulidad y en unos po-
cos temor. De afuera una rfaga
repentina de aire, hizo, temblar
los vidrios de una ventana, v
quizs fuera sugestin ma. pero
senti como s un soplo fro re-
corriera el salonclto cerrado.
Fue entonces que aquel ancla-
no de mirada joven, hizo un ges-
to para hablar. Lo que enton-
ces dijera, no lo recuerdo con
exactitud, pero s que fue lo que
ms se impresiono. Y aqu, ha-
ciendo un esfuerzo, tratar de
relatar con mis propias pala-
7 Yn O l rn reiauir con "" propias paia-
fos filara nchez lo. brM- to aue el dijera en su esti-
lo claro y sencillo:
"A ustedes puede que no les
interese mucho saber quin fue
Pepito. Y hasta me temo que no
atenta por l ninguna simpata.
Pero yo les digo, que humilde y
frgil como su propio nombre,
su historia es dulcemente bella
como la sombra de una violeta
en una mano de nio.
"81 ahora la cuento, es porque,
bueno, quizs sigo siendo a pesar
de mis anos un sentimental. Y
porque yo les Juro que aquella
luz inslita que ardia en sus pu-
pilas, no la he vuelto a ver en
ojos humanos.
"Era flato, jorobado y plido.
Su cuerpo tenia algo de pjaro y
de perro enfermo. Pero su pre-
sencia se senta como una cam-
panada. Porque Ara que el aire
vibraba musical a su alrededor
mientras esperaba en medio de
sus compaeros con los ojos in-
mviles oue el barco atracara al
muelle. Todos a bordo lo cono-
can y saban de la hoguera de
pena en que se consuma.
"Una vez al mes llegbamos
al mismo puerteclto tropical y
siempre era Igual. Apenas des-
cendamos la escala del barco,
corda hacia nosotros para ha-
cernos la misma pregunta. Y
siempre la respuesta era Igual
tambin.
"Era entonces Junto a, la pa-
labra de agradecimiento, el ges-
to de pena en'los labios que sa-
ba a tristeza como una herida
de rosas en el crepsculo.
"En el caf de la calle de pie-
dra oue rodeaba voluptuosamen-
te el parqueclto. se reunian los
hombres oue llegaban del Sur
en los barcos fruteros. Y en oca-
siones, a pesar del ron. la con-
versacin se apagaba y encoga
en rumores para hablar de Pe-
pito.
"La historia era por dems
vulgar: el padre que huye aban-
donando a la madre encinta:
sta que muere al nacer el nio:
la tia oue sabindolo enfermizo
V sensible, le cuenta una histo-
ria diferente. Y luego, la obse-
sin! La' tenaz concentracin
mental oue slo cabe en un'neu-
rtico. La idea fija de buscar
al nadre. anclando en ese anhelo
todo el sentido de su angustia-
da__ylda.
"De noche, cuando la fiebre le
arda en las sienes, su gemir
suplicante se haca un rltornello
desesperante, una letana mar-
tirizante y elstica que se asu-
raba hasta encontrar un eco de
dolor en los odos de la pobre
ta. enredada en la maraa pa-
ralizadora de su impotencia.
"En veces, en el puerto, los o-
tros chicos, sabedores de su ob-
sesin, le hadan burla, reme-
dando cruelmente su sollozante
balbuceo nocturno.
"Suba penosamente entonces
el cerrola joroba a cuestas-
zumbantes de silbidos y risas los
odos, cual si estuviesen llenos
de insectos rabiosos.
"Desde luegoya eso se saba
no habia nada oue hacer. Des-
pus de escuchar la historia, los
hombres hacan el gesto de
siempre: apurar de un golpe la
copa d ron. como una muda
protesta contra la vida.
"Una noche, sin embargo, al-
guien de nuestro barco propuso
llevrnoslo con nosotros hacia
el 8ur. Hubo Intentos de ob-
jecin, pero al fin triunf la idea
de que ese anhelo de va lar por,
ver al padre, al cumplirse le
hara bien.
"Una hora ms tarde, todos
estbamos a bordo y con nos-
otros Pepito. Mientras unos '
hombres terminaban la manio-
bra de descarga, otros iniciaban
Jos preparativos del despegue.
Pero esta vez. haba un inusita-
do bro en los movimientos; y
un hmedo brillo de emocin en
todos los ojos.
"Hilvanada con luces de es-
trellas, la noche se abra enton-
ces, amplia, acogedora y profun-
da. La brisa discurra en un rit-
mo de ptalos y el mar era un
tembloroso terciopelo negro.
"La ltima carga de azcar
descenda hacia la barriga negra
de la escotilla de proa. Lenta-
mente los marineros hacan gi-
rar el molinete silbando y can-
tando. Habia entrado ya el car-
Smen to por la boca de la-esco-
la, cuando la soga que lo sos-
tenia, retorcindose con un gru-
ido, se estir amenazante, se
adelgaz y, finalmente, se triz
sordamente. Toda la carga se
precipit hacia abajo desde el
Existe un humorismo Francs?
Artculos Indito de Pierre Emmanuvel
Condenado el otro dia a per-
manecer en mi habitacin, bus-
qu en el ltimo estante de mi
biblioteca algn libro olvidado,
de esos libree sin categora, doco
ledos, al que pudiera concederle
los honores de libro de cabecera;
cay entre mis manos una anto-
loga de. hace veinticinco aos.
Humorlstea franeais contempo-
rains, seleccionada por Plere
Mllle. Este libro me trajo a la
memoria una "idea recibida ,
digna del Diccionario que ide
Flaubert, a saber: oue el humo-
rismo es Indefinible. Una en-
cuesta de Claudine Chonez. a-
pareclda ltimamente en las
Nouvelles Littraires. nos ha
mostrado a grandes espritus a-
bortando verdaderas filosofas
sobre el humor, a las cuales slo
les falta, para tener validez, una
cosa, pero esencial: el humor.
Heme aqu muy apurado al plan-
tearme la pregunta: existe un
humorismo francs?, puesto que
fiel a la Idea recibida, veo cmo
se me escapa el sentido de la
palabra en la mencin hecha. Me
. tradictorla dada por Pierre
gusta bastante la definicin con-
Mille: definicin en si humors-
tica, oue no explica, pero que
canta la mente: revelndola pa-
radoja de la cual el humorismo
extrae su efecto. "El humorismo
ea algo no llegado, es una alegre
pesadilla".
Cmo pasar el tiempo cuando
(nieva en diciembre,
Y cuando no hay nadie a quien
(decir una palabra?
El ogro se pose entonces a nias-
(ear al muchacho..
.. I.o qoe fue torpe, f.i deseis
(complacer,
No os cernis a Inlo. cuya ma-
(dre amis.
es el Buen consejo a los amantes
que da Vctor Hugo. Este bello
ejemplo de humorismo es clsico
y nos muestra lo que podemos
comprobar a travs el humo-
rismo modernoque no hav ;-
radoja sin un elemento do cruel-
dad. La novela corta de Eugene
Chavette, Le Guillotine par per-
suasion, demuestra de la mane-
ra ms bufonesca esa dogmti-
ca afirmacin que acabamos de
hacer. Salnt-Phar. condenado a
muerte, se niega a dejarse gui-
llotinar cuando toda la ciudad
se dispone a asistir a la pequea
fiesta: un empleadillo, oue fue
miembro del Jurado, ha convlda-
d oa su jefe a gozar del espec-
tculo desde las ventanas de su
casa. El empleado, que ve su as-
censo en oeligro-por la testaru-
dze de 8alnt-Phar. va a la cr-
cel v despliega toda su elocuen-
cia para persuadirlo que se deje
matar. Situacin que desafia el
anlisis: yo me he preguntado
ms de una vez. cul era el se-
creto de esta situacin cmica
en que tiene su narte la muerte.
Es quizs porque la muerte.
ese hecho absoluto, es tratada
como un acontecimiento sin im-
portancia, como una cosa oue
hay que hacer, despus de la
cual la vida contina? El humo-
rismo que Uene la muerte por
objeto, no ser, acaso, una de las
formas del Instinto de conserva-
cin? En Mark Twain, por e-
jemplo, esta clase de humorismo
es frecuente: recordemos la his-
toria de Aaron Burr o la de la
caja de los quesos blancos, o la
del Infortunado novio' de Aure-
lia. En un mundo en que la vida
humana es cada vze ms des-
preciada, un humorismo seme- >
Jante adquiere un lugar cada
Vez mayor y aumenta su fondo
sdico.
Hay un dibujo de James Thur-
b&r. el famoso carlcatur^Li ame-
ricano, que tiene el don de su-
mirme en reflexiones Infinitas,
sin permitirme jams penetrar
en la esencia de Ja risa que pro-
voca: se trata de dos duelis'- s,
uno de los cuales acaba de c ;-
far, elegantemente, la cabeza 'le
su adversarlo y que exclan a,
con aire de satisfaccin v a ia
vez de profundo estupor: tocado!
Esa cabeza que vuela, que es ft
viva todava, que parece encon-'
trar el hecho completamente na-
tural, es de un efecto tan ab-
surdo que la crueldad de la si-
tuacin casi se olvida, v di/o
casi porque es suficiente recorrer
un lbum de Thurber para ver
semejante idea a travs de toda
su obra: el autor nos mues'ra
en todo momento al hombre
desarmado ante sus monstr os.
En este sentido, Baudelaire es
uno de los ms grandes humoris-
tas franceses. Admirador de Ed-
gar Poo. no tolene nada de ex-
trao. Los poemas en prosa en-
cierran pginas'de un humoris-
mo metafsico casi demasiado
voluntariamentt elaborado en
vistas a un efecto que sobrepa-
sa la risa y que afceta a la tris-
teza radical de nuestra condi-
cin. No hay que llevar el humo-
rismo ms all de si, porque ea
un equilibrio Inestable por en-
cima de la desesperacin. Por
eso es por lo que el humorismo
negro, relleno de detalles maca-
bros y crueles, pierde en fuerza
lo que cree ganar en retrica:
no hay retrica del mimarlsmo,
el equilibrio Inestable es un mi-
lagro que exige el mnimo de pa-
labras. 81 se rompe, ya on hay
humorismo, v el sadismo puesto
al desnudo gesticula v rechina.
El humorismo no aguanta la re-
peticin de los efectos: la lectu-
ra del Marqus de 8ade, consi-
derado como el padre del humo-
rismo negro, es de una monoto-
na desesperante porque eva
hasta el lmite la lgica de su
obsesin, azona sobre algo ab-
surdo que slo debe ser sugerido.
Guillaume Abolllnalre se ha di-
vertido, e nun libro muy inmo-
ral y con un ridculo a veces fe-
roz, en hacer la caricatura del
propio sadismobasta con no
tomarlo en selo y mosta los as-
gos bufonescos, con hacer, como
deca Pierre Mille. del humoris-
mo una pesadilla alegre. Todo lo
que se refiere al erotismo ,al do-
lor v a la muerte puede prestar-
se para la risa, a partir del mo-
mento en que la intensidad de
las impresiones corre el peligro
de ser intolerable: la risa es una
reaccin de defensa contra los
monstruos lanzados al circo y
que no es posible- volver a ence-
rrar.
La Antologa de que habl al
principio no pasa de 1920: no
encontramos en ella el reflejo do
la post-gderra. Es e nlos surrea-
listas o en Ghelderode. Sartre,
o Mlchaux en los que se encon-
trarn las formas nuevas del hu-
morismo tan diferente de las ca-
talogadas por Pierre Mille. Le
Voyage en Grande Garabacne
es. quizs, la obra maestra de
este humorismo cuyo tema es la
desintegracin del hombre con-
temporneo. Humorismo que po-
dra llevar como exerfce estas
frases de Andr Gill, muerto lo-
co en 1885: "El que ha escrito
este libro no existe. Es decir, que
se manifiesta en todos loa si-
tios: por doquier y en ninguna
parte; en ninguna parte y ea
todo. Todo es nada: nada es to-
do; Toto. Pobre perro!"
Pierre Emmuiitl.
(De "Pages de France", n-
mero 7510). .
saco desventrado.
"Se oy entonces aquel grito
desusado que sali del fondo ne-
gro de la *odega. Un grito Inci-
sivo que se hinc en la noche,
desgarrndola en flecos ululan-
tes, y penetr en los poros de
quienes lo oyeron, inaugurando
en la sangre el terror escalo-
friante de la muerte.
"Unos instantes despus, cre-
ci anonadante, un silencio ver-
dinegro de aguas estancadas.
'Todos lo supimos, desde an-
tes de verlo! Por eso en torno
de la bodega, como alrededor de
un poco seco, los hombres se vi-
nieron acercando callados v
tristes. "
"Abajo, solo el golpe ahogado
de loe sacos que hacan a un
lado- los cargadores, interrum-
pa el silencio. Al fin. oued en
descubierto el cuerpo desoea-
zado de Pepito. Era un monton-
cito de carne intil y aplasta-
do. Algo definitivamente melan-
clico como un botn de rosa
prematuramente deshojado".
En la alta noche llena de ru-
mores, el barco segua avanzan-
do dolorosamente dejando atrs
una estela de espumas quejum-
brosas, cual alas de gaviotas des-
trozadas.
Adentro, un grupo de seres,
sacudidos por la misma emocin,
mordan lentamente un silencio
embalsamado de pena.
De prbnto, en la oquedad sin.
contornos de la noche, pareci
orse como el canto de un pa-
dre arrullando a u hijo, la.vo*
grave y profunda del marl
Panam. 23 de abril de 1951.
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DOMINGO, MAYO 6, 1951
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