The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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"Let the people know the truth and the country U */" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MAY I, 1951
W\^M B^^^m FIVE CENT
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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAK
Opposition To New Constitution Grows
Russian Planes Stand
Massed In Manchuria
WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP) Defense Secretary
George C. Marshall said today that Russia has massed a
considerable force of planes within striking distance of
Korea, and that Soviet-controlled Japanese troops are also
concentrated in the same area........._.,
Marshall told the Senate committee investigating the
dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur that the Soviet
forces are near the cities of Vladivostock, in Siberia, and
Dairen, Port Arthur and Harbin in Manchuria.
He said he had forgotten exactly how many thousands
of planes are massed in these places.__________________
I don't know whether there
are any plane concentrations in
Sakhalin, but there have been
reports ol troop concentrations-
particularly of Soviet indoctri-
nated Japanese former prtooners
of war on Sakhalin which Is
not very far off northwest hok-
kaldo. Japan."
Marshall told Senators that
from the estimate he had seen
it would be a very serious mat-
ter if Russia decided to enter tne
Korean war.
He disclosed that MacArthur
had been under strict orders to
keep troops and naval units away
from Siberia, and from portions
of North Korea adjacent to Si-
beria.
Even Marshall's lustiest critics
admit he is fighting with one
hand tied behind his back by
the military censors.
Where MacArthur could talk
ireekly In defense of rejected war
plans. Marshall's defense- of the
accepted plans looks like a craary
quilt after the eletlau* -neces-
sitated by military security.
Local 900 Group
Holds All-Day Talk
With Gov. Newcomer
A delegation from Local 900
of the Government nd Civic
Employes held an almost all
day conference yesterday with
Gov. F. K. Newcomer at Balboa
Heights.
No statement was forthcom-
ing today from the adminis-
tration on the conference and
no leaders of the CIO union
could be contacted for com-
ment.
Reliable, but unofficial sourc-
es, said that the union's 14
point for improvement in
working and living conditions
were discussed.
The conference started at
10:30 a.m., recessed for lunch-
eon, restarted early in the af-
ternoon and lasted until 5:30
pjn.
Among those attending the
meeting were the local's presi-
dent, Edward Oaskln, represen-
tative Ed. K. Walsh and John
L. Vancey, assistant director of
the Government and Civic Em-
ployes Organizing commlttee-
CIO. Yancey arrived Sunday
and will be on the Isthmus for
a week.
M'Arthur Turns Back
PlaneTo Defense Dept
Governor Urges CZ
Support For Cancer
Drive Collections
In a special message Issued to-
day at Balboa Heights, Governor
Newcomer urged all Canal Zone
residents to give their "whole-
hearted support" in this year's
local campaign to raise funds for
the fight against cancer. The
local drive will be held during
the last half of May.
Governor Newcomer Is Chair-
man of the Canal Zone Cancer
Committee of the American
Cancer Society, Inc. His message
on this year's drive, the second
to be held in the Canal Zone,
said in part:
"It is expected that over 200,-
000 persons In the United States
w"tll die o cancer this year. Can-
cer strikes on the average in bne
out of every two families and Is
at present the second highest
cause of death. '
"Notwithstanding this experi-
ence encouraging progress has
been made in the continuing
crusade against cancer, through
the combined efforts of the me-
dical and nursing professions,
educational and research Insti-
tutions, private organizations,
public-spirited citizens, the Na-
tional Cancer Institute. Public
Health Service, Federal Security
Agency and American Cancer So-
ciety, Inc.
"The Canal Zone Cancer Com-
mittee, operating in cooperation
with the American Cancer So-
ciety, Inc., has been organized
In the Canal Zone for the gener-
al purpose of aiding In the con-
trol of cancer both locally and
nationally. There U much yet to
be learned through research
"The President of the Unltea
States has proclaimed that if the
gains already made are to be
retained and further progress
achieved, there must be no re-
laxation of our efforts; and has
invited Governors of the States.
Territories and possessions and
all interested agencies and Indi-
viduals to unite in a public de-
dication to the program for con-
trol of cancer."
Balboa Tides
Wednesday, May 9, 1951
Hit Low
5:48 am. U:49 a.m.
5:53 pan. ____
UN Rolls Northward
in Twin Thrusts;
But Reds May Turn
TOKYO, May 8 (UP)United
Nations forces rolled north to-
day against little or no Com-
munist opposition In twin
counter-offensives at either end
of the 10-i-mlle Korean front."
They drove within 12 miles
of the 38th parallel above 8eoul
In the West, and nine miles or
more beyond it on the East
Coast, reclaiming much of the
territory they tost in the Red
offenslvo two weeks ago.
Ominous reports persisted that
the Reds have ended their
withdrawal, and are preparing
to strike south within 48 hours
In the second round of their
spring offensive.
More than 3,000 Communist
vehicles were sighted from the
air last night for the second
straight night, as the Reds
rushed reinforcements and
supplies to their buildup area.
Allied tactical fighters and
fighter- bombers hammered
Communist troops and concen-
trations as perfect weather
gave pilots a chance for a
maximum effort against the
buildup.
Exiled Bolivian Ups
Lead In Country's
Presidential Race
LA PAZ. Bolivia, May 8 (UP)
Victor Paz Estenssoro, Na-
tional Revolutionary Movement
(MNR) Party candidate had
widened his lead in the Presi-
dential election vote count, but
has not yet rolled up the abso-
lute majority necessary for fin-
al victory.
Paz, still In exile In Buenos
Aires, denied reports that he
is pro-Soviet.
He said his International
position Is anti-Soviet, and In
accord with "Continental real-
ity."
The voting was orderly In
most parts of Bolivia.
Seven persons were reported-
ly killed in political clashes In
cities in the interior. Three
were klllc-' and 42 injured dur-
ing campaign clashes.
NEW YORK, May 8 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur turned
his military plane, the Constella-
tion Bataan, over to the Defense
Department today because he
"felt It no longer appropriate to
keep It."
MaJ. Gen. Courtney Whitney,
Mac Arthur's aide, told newsmen
of the plane's transfer. He said
the general told him: "As it files
out of my Ufe, I feel I am losing
something of Inestimable value,
an old friend."
Whitney said MacArthur re-
garded his testimony before the
combined Foreign Relations and
Military Affairs Committees as
"his final official act" and "hav-
ing concluded the hearings, he
felt It not longer appropriate to
keep it (the Bataan) for his
use."
Whitney said MacArthur "has
no plans at all at the present
time" about a Job. a home or
Department in Washington. This
Is the plane that has carried him
so many times over the battle
lines In Korea and behind the
enemies' positions in so many
daring reconnaissance flights.
"All of the members of Its
crew have been decorated for
bravery. ,
"In speaking of the Bataan,
General MacArthur said: 'A
great plane, a great crew, a great
Silot. As It files out of my life, I
sel I am losing something of
Inestimable value, an old friend."
Whitney said the general had
been advised by the Air Force
that he might keep the plane as
long as he felt he needed it. He
added that MacArthur "feels
that the attitude of the air force
has been magnificent." ,
Whitney said the plane's crew
would go with the ship. He point-
ed out, however, that the pilot,
Lt. Col. Anthony F. Story, also Is
He said
further appearances before Con-1 an aide to MacArthur He said
gress But he indicated that the he didn't know "what Story will
general believed he had testifi-
ed sufficiently about his views on
world affairs.
Whitney released this state-
ment to newsmen about the Ba-
taan, which has been the Gener-
al's personal plane since shortly
after the outbreak of the Korean
war:
"General MacArthur today di-
rected the return of his military
plane, the Bataan, to the Defense
do."
The Bataan was named for the
Philippines peninsula where
MacArthur's force put up a
heroic "time buying" stand .In
the early days of World War II.
It formerly was the "Scarp" (Su-
preme Commander of Allied For-
ces in the Pacific) but was re-
chrlstened when MacArthur was
dismissed as Far Eastern com-
mander.
President Cabinet Attend
Opening Session Of CofC
l
j
Disparity of living standards In
the. Americas creates problems
that "will never be corrected un-
til we can create a hemisphere-
wide unity of purpose among not
only governments but the think-
ing leadership of our countries,"
President J. Kennard Johnson
told Chamber of Commerce o the
Americas delegates today.
He spoke before the 1st Annual
Convention of the Chamber and
In response to the address of wel-
\
Music Week Being Observed
In CZ Schools Communities
Parents of both American-rate Itles In connection with Music
and local-rate school children Week: .,
have been invited to attend sev- Paraso Clubhouse, tomorrow
er" ProSranii betog held this at 8pm.. the Red Tank Junior
week In the Canal Zone Schools High School will present "Una
In observation of Music Week. Noche de las Americas, a song
from May 8 to 13. and dance project featuring the
The following special assembly music of the American republic,
programs will be held this week Chagres Clubhouses tomorrow
in American rate elementary at 2 p.m the children of the
jchools- Chagres School will entertain
In the auditorium of the Ft. their parents.
Kobbe school, tomorrow at 10 Paraso Clubhouse. Friday, at
Martial Law Imposed
In Earthquake Area
Oi Eastern Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, May 8 (UP)
Martial law was Imposed to-
day In the eastern regions of El
Salvador, where an earthquake
Jarred two sizeable towns and
nine other communities, taking
more than 1,000 lives.
Rescue parties continue digging
through the ruins for the bodies
of victims.
Government agencies are aid-
ing the homeless to the nearest
undamaged towns.
Most of the dead were In the
towns of Jucuapa and Chlna-
meca, with a combined popula-
tion of 29,000. A crowded theater
collapsed In Jucuapa.
Though located In a volcanic
area El Salvador, the smallest of
the six central American repub-
lics, has never before experienc-
ed such a severe earthquake.
am.
8 p.m., grade 3 of the Red
Ancon School, tomorrow at 10 School will offer a music and
gvjn rhythm project called "Spring in
Oatun School. Thursday, at Wonderland." '
1015 am Santa Cruz Gymnasium on Fri-
in the patio of the Balboa day. at 8 p.m., the children of
elementary school on Thursday grade 1 of the Santa Cruz School
at 10:15 am. will present "The Growth of a
The new Cristobal elementary Rose."
school orchestra will give a pro- Paraso Clubhouse, on Satur-
gram for parents during the day, at 7:30 pjn., the program
week. At Gatun, pupils of grades of the Paraso Bchool will be pre-
5 and 6 are holding a Mother's gented.
Day-Music Week tea on Friday Santa Crua Gymnasium, on
during which they will present Saturday, at 7 pjn., a P**"*1
an operetta, "The Town Meet- grade 2 musical program WU1
lng." take place.
The following public program The public Is Invited to all at
will be held local-rate commun- the above programs.
Overseas Federal
Employes' Leave
System Retained
Federal employes overseas
continue to be exempted
from leave provision In the
Independent Offices Appro-
priations Bill, passed last
Friday by the House of Re-
presentatives.
Word of the bill's passage
was received this morning
from the Washington office
of The Panama Canal.
Section Ml of the bill pro-
vides that leave earned dur-
ing the calendar year 1951
must be used by June St,
1952.
Officers and employes
whose posts of dutv are out-
side the continental United
States are. however, exclud-
ed from the provision.
VFW's Eglinton Will
Not Run Again
For Executive Job
E J Eglinton, Department
commander of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, last night an-
nounced that he will not run
for re-election at the depart-
ment convention June 2-3.
The announcement which
came as a complete surprise to
members of the organization
and which met with strong op-
position, was made at the reg-
ular monthly meeting of the
VFW at Post 3822, Curundu.
Eglinton had served as de-
partment commander for the
past three years. He told The
Panam American today that he
thought it time that other
members of the organization
serve In the executive capacity.
During last night's meeting
the following delegates were el-
ected for the June 2-3 conven-
tion at the Hotel Tlvoll: J Ho-
ward, R. Harvey. H. Van Loon.
J. Warlord, E. Taylor and G.
Harvey. Alternates elected were:
S. Bolek, D. Feagler. O. Ouellet-
te, J. Slngley. S. Palmer and J.
Bean.
The Poppy drive chairman
announced that with two days
left to go. three-quarters of the
poppies on the Isthmus had alr
ready been sold.
Girl Who Cashed
Mother's PO Order
Held For Hearing
A 17-year-old girl from Gam-
boa, who, police said, cashed a
$200 postal savings certificate
belonging to her mother, was
being held today under $300 baU
on a charge of forgery.
She was charged this morning
in Balboa Magistrate's Court and
preliminary hearing of the
charge set for tomorrow morn-
I>The girl was EuJalle Leticia
Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Erma
Jordan. The postal savings cer-
tificate was cashed last Friday
afternoon at the Gamboa post-
office.
The affidavit states that to
the certificate, made out to Erma
Jordan, the girl had forged her
mother's name.
come by the President of Panama,
Dr. Arnulfo Arias.
Attending the opening ceremo-
nies with Dr. Arias were all mem-
bers of his cabinet, including
Norberto Zurita, newly named
Minister of Agriculture. Com-
merce and Industry. Zurita re-
placed Ricardo M. Arlas E.. who
resigned yesterday.
Almost 60 delegates from some
eight countries were on hand for
the opening of the three-day ses-
sions at the Chamber of Com-
merce Building In Panama City.
Johnson also told the dele-
gates:
"I am convinced that the busi-
nessmen of this hemisphere cons-
titute the group who are In a po-
sition to do more than any other
toward achieving a sound and
balanced Inter-American econo-
my. Toward that end. I believe
that business of this hemisphere
through Its many Chambers cf
Commerce, must and should as-
sume this leadership. Business-
men for many generations have
realized that the Chamber of
Commerce Is the most efficient
instrument for working together
for economic Improvement. Ever
since the close of the 17th Cen-
tury when the first Chamber of
Commerce In the world was or-
ganized In Marseilles. France, lt
has been the accepted mouth-
piece of Independent business.
Through the Chamber of Com-
merce of the Americas, you are
assembling the resources, brains
and best Ideas of the many
Chambers of Commerce of the
Caribbean, Central and South
American areas. Certainly
through our Interchange of Ins-
piration and "know-how," we
will be able to make great strides
toward the broader economy for
our entire hemisphere. It seems
to me that the preliminary steps
are those that must be taken by
the Individual Chambers of Com-
merce because out of their com-
bined strength will grow the in-
fluence of your Chamber of Com-
merce of the Americas. The pre-
liminary steps are these:
"<1> Recognize the need for a
(Continued on Page 8, Col. 2)
RP Doctors
On Strike
The Panama National
Medical Association this
afternoon declared itself
to be on strike until the
Constitution of 1946 is
restored.
The Panama Nurses'
Association this after-
noon was also reported
to be planning similar ac-
tion.
In a statement signed
by Osvaldo Velasquez, se-
cretary of the medical
association, the doctors
resolved to continue on
strike except for emer-
gency cases which will be
handled only in the hos-
pitals.
This is the first time
in the history of Pana-
ma that doctors have
ever taken such action.
Unanimous Support
Sure For UN Embargo
Against Red Chinese
LAKE SUCCESS May 8 (UP).
The United 8tate is now as-
sured of virtually unanimous
Sanctions Committee support for
Its United Nations resolution
calling for a complete arms em-
bargo against Communist Chi-
na.
Britain and France have fallen
In line with American plans
whose aim Is to ensure that "no
soldier in Korea should be the
target of a bullet manufactured
In the free world."
Britain's Sir Gladwyn Jebb
and Francis Lacoste of France,
at a meeUng of the UN's special
committee on sanctions against
Communist China, softened the
adamant opposition to the Unit-
Supreme Court,
Three Parties
Sign Protests
Panam went into its first day under new law follow-
ing the scrapping of the 1946 Constitution last night arnid
growing opposition to the the re-establishment of the 1941
Constitution by President Arnulfo Arias' -government.
While a national holiday was declared today giving
citizens of the Republic an opportunity to celebrate the
revolting of the 1946 Constitution, there cropped up im-
portant opposition to the radical changes which include
the dissolution of the National Assembly, Panamas
unicameral legislative body.
The Supreme Court, In a resolution criticizing the BO"-
that the^ declare the move unconstitutional. The demand wae
IrSfS'^ttS^'' ESHJTSSS2
DU"lS*tBe lonn of Joint ruolutloii. tun; wrtlei T "if^
tlonal dignity, and to aslc the Panamanian public to Reral
to Support the action of the nollce In assuming the defense of
0UI T^eSnU^eaerltlon. of Panama tojued a call for a gen-
eral strike until the scrapped constitution to restored.
for a national election of deput-
Famed Film Star
Mary Astor Tries
Sedative Suicide
VAN NUTS. California, May
g (UP) Academy award win-
ning actress Mary Astor, 45, at-
tempted suicide by gulping an
overdose of sleeping pills in the
library of her San Fernando
home last night.
She was rushed to hospital
after police found her spraw-
led on a cot In her home clad
only in nightgown.
Her stomach was pompea
and she Is expected to recover.
The Rev. William Smith said
the actress has been despond-
ent for some time over family
matters. She bad attempted
suicide twice before.
__
an for a "strategic
embargo" which they expressed
when the 12-nation group met
last week.
Ernest A. OrossU. 8. delegate
to the committee, Introduced the
resolution calling for an airtight
embargo on shipments of arms,
ammunition, lmplaments of war,
atomic energy materials, petro-
leum and Items useful In the
production of arms, ammunition
or Implements of war to any
areas controlled by Communist
China or her North Korean part-
ner.
Committee members asked for
time to transmit the measure to
their governments, and the
group scheduled a meeting for
not later than next Monday, at
which time a vote will be taken
and as Indicated by today's
development the measure sent
to the full general assembly for
final approval.
'Dirty Work' Comedy
Set For 3 Nights
By Navy Wives Club
"Munro Murgatroyd" (Lt. Ter-
ry Sweeney) and "Ida Rhine-
gold" (Mrs. Kathy Rezner) are
two of the slap-happy charact-
ers due to get the dagger In dur-
ing the three-night run of the
old fashioned "mellerdrama"
coming to Cummlngs 15th Naval
District. Hall Thursday, Friday
and Saturday under the auspices
of the Navy Officers Wives Club.
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads"
promises three evenings of fun,
and the proceeds go to charity.
A coquettish French maid,
"Fleurette," (Mrs. Juen Van
Scoy) and "Mookle Maguggins"
(Lt. Don More) are among the
comedy pairs in the three act
play.
Tickets are on sale now and
will also be available at Cum-
mlngs Hall. 15th ND, Ft. Amador,
on the three night of the per-
formances.
Cordell Hull, 79, Said
To Be Critically HI
WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP)
Cordell' Hull, 79, former Secre-
tary of SUte and "father" of the
United Nations. Is reported to be
in a precarious condition at
Bethesda naval hospital.
In speeches at the Presidencia
last night, where the announce-
ment of the action was made,
both President Arias and Min-
ister of Government and Justice
Clemente de Obaldla attacked
the Supreme Court for failure to
support the administration's an-
tl-Communlst legislation.
The Partido Revolucionario
Autentico, official party of the
president, Issued the text of a
resolution backing the govern-
ment and requesting all members
to cooperate with the armed for-
ces of the *untry In safeguard-
ing the security of the state and
the citizenry. ,
This party In 1848 controlled
the majority of the electorate but
Its ranks have since been split
by Internal dissension.
Announcement of the decree
last night was delayed pending
the appointment of a new min-
ister of agriculture to replace
Ricardo (Dicky) Arias, who re-
slned after refusing to sign the
order abolishing the 1948 Cons-
titution.
The election, the Presidencia
spokesman said, would take place
"as soon as possible."
The President asserted that
the 1948 charter "protected the,
Communist doctrine and acn
vlty." He said the change to the
1941 charter was "the only
method of combatting Commun-
ism In this Republic.'7
The cabinet decree suspended
habeas corpus rights "for as long
as circumstances require.' I di-
rected that the provisions of the)
1948 constitution on nationality
generally credited as being
more liberal than those of the
1941 charter remain In effect
as well as those on the country a
political division. (Under the
1946 constitution, the Republic to
divided Into nine provinces; the
1941 constitution provided lor
seven provinces only.)
The decree also placed on a
temporary basis the Justlces^of
the present Supreme Court, tne
torney General and district at-
the vacancy, and when he affix-
ed his signature to the decree
at 10 p.m., the Presidencia an-
nounced that the Constitution of
1941 was again In effect, "with
certain modifications."
One of the modifications was
that the Cabinet had decided
the presidential terms of office
should be determined by the
new assembly. According to the
1941 charter, the presidential
term was set at six years.
The dissolution of the present
Assembly and the d 1 s p o s 1 -
tlon of the 1946 constitution calls
Geodetic Survey Group
Starts Annual Meeting
MaJ. Gen. Ray E. Porter,
Commanding General. U. S.
Army Caribbean, welcomed of-
ficers In charge of the various
field missions of the Inter-Ame-
rican Geodetic Survey in a brief
speech this morning at the
Curundu Theater.
The 15 officers are assembled
from post throughout Central
and South America for their
annual meeting, which precedes
the beginning of the fiscal
year. They will be here for a
week, with formal business
sessions each morning.
One Politician
Who Did More
Than Just Talk
PUSAN, May 8 (UP) 1m-
Iiulsivf young South Korean
egislator Lee Chai Huyung bit
a large chunk from the cheek
of his political foe Kwak Sang
Hoon in the middle of a Na-
tional Assembly debate here
last night.
Lee was defending his party
against charges of accepting
a bribe from the National
Guard He suddenly leaped
from the rostrum and sank
his teeth into Kwak's cheek.
Lee gave no explanation of
this action. .
Kwak is in the hospital, re-
portedly recovering.
torney so that now the former
will be appointed by the Pres-
ident and the latter by their im-
mediate superiors, depending on
their rank m the Judicial clasam-
catlon.
The decree directed that pend-
ing the Assembly elections, the
Executive Power will issue cabinet
decrees to Implement the 194H
constitution.
The 1941 constitution also will
have the effect of reducing the
Assembly membership. Thisi -I
because the 1946 constitution,
provided for one deputy for each*
15 000 population, while the 1941
charter sets the proportion at>'
one per 20,000 .On the basis o
the 1950 census figures, the new;
Assembly dissolved by the gov-
ernment last night was composed
of 42 deputies.
Supreme Court
Declares Move
Unconstitutional
The Panam Suprema
Court this afternoon de-
clared unconstitutional last
night's action restoring the
1941 charter and setting
aside the 1946 constitution.
The declaration was sign-
ed by President of the Court
Erasmo de la Guardia, threw
acting magistrates, one prin-
cipal now on leave, ond eight
alternate justices.
Only one principal mem-
ber of the court foiled to
sign. He is Publio A. Vs-
quez, who is prominent i
President Ariqs' Partido Re-
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Commerce Minister
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of Commerce, arrived at Tocu-
men from Havana on Braniff's
flight 601 last night to attend the
meeting of the chambers of Com-
merce of the Americans.
He Was accompanied by Pedro
Pablo Echarte and Manuel Ra-
fatof his staff.
The other members of the Cu-
ban delegation had arrived Sun-
day night on Braniff's fUght 605.
A Name
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take yesterday in the Balboa dis-
patchers' office. First southbound
ship was the U.S. Lines' Pioneer
Gulf, out of Port Arthur for Paci-
fic ports.
Listed as pilot was Anderson.
Also listed a pilot was Andersen.
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son, a member of the Atlantic
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years. Andersen is an appren-
tice pilot. I. E. Andersen, who
came here about-twojnonths ago.
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Andersen's appointment to the
pilot force followed close on the
resignation of Capt. A. A. (Triple
A) Anderson, who left the Isth-
mus the end of February.
Around World
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President Line's Preshident Polk
was southbound in the Canal
yesterday. She is on her regular
trip around the world although
most of her passengers are ln-
tercoastal.
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bound transit at 11 a.m. and
docked in Balboa until 2 a.m. to-
day.
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division an dof James E. Henry
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and advertising manager were
announced this week by Pan
American Airways. Both men are
well known here.
Henry was section traffic su-
perintendent In Panama before
he was named to head the cargo
department four years ago. He
has been with PAA since 1937.
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when he left school to become an
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAII.Y NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
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5 -Star Gen. Marshall Flays MacArthur's
Political And Military Ideas on Korea
By Raymond Lahr and 'ohn L. Steele
WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP) Defense Secretary
George C. Mo/shall disclosed yesterday that this country's
13 United Nations allies in Korea vetoed on "urgent" Am-
erican recommendation that U.S. warplanes be allowed to
chase Communist aircraft into Manchuria and shoot them
down. The plan was backed by President Truman and Se-
cretary of State Dean Acheson.
The Defense chief denied that either he or Mr. Tru-
man killed a Jan. 12 recommendation by the Joint Chiefs
of State for extending the war against Communist China.
MacArthur had said he assumed one of them did. Marshall
said the plan was laid aside when the UN military position
in Korea improved.
Marshall also told Senators in-
vestigating MacArthur's dismiss-
al that the United States Is "In-
tensely concerned" about the flow
of strategic materials to Red Chi-
na through British Hong Kong
and has asked the UN to step up
ti.e economic blocKade of China.
But he acknowledged that other
nations have failed to comply
fully
The 71-year-old soldier-states-
man appeared before the Senate
Armed Services-Foreign Rela-
tions committee to explain the
'basic differences" between Mac-
Arthur and the Administration
which led to MacArthur's dismiss-
al. He delivered a slashing attack
on the policies of his fellow five-
star central. .. ,. .
After asserting that It was ve-
ry distressing" to appear In al-
most direct opposition to his
"brother army officer." he open-
ed up on MacAHhur.
Marshall aid MacArthur was
relieved of his commands when
It "became apparent" he had
"rrown so far out of Bvmnathv
with he established policies of
the United States" that he no
lonter could be permitted to
1*9"*,
Ei't he made clear that the
rr"wnng blow was MfcArthurs
"wholly unprecedented" action
In "publicly expressing bis dis-
pleasure at. and his disagree-
ment with, the foreign and mili-
tary policy of the Unite* States."
on th's score. MacArthur con-
tended he had a perfect ri<*ht to
degree with Administration po-
licies and to tell Congress -bout
it. so long as he carried out the
military commands issued Dy
W-hlngton.
Marshall also said:
DThe United 8tates will con-
tinue to resist anv proposals to
clve Communist China. Formosa
and a United Nations seat as a
nrlce for settling the Korean war.
He did not specifically deny Mac-
Arthur's statement that he
Marshall) had eliminated from
a Joint Chiefs recommendations
a nrooosal that this country re-
fuse to discuss those things in
UN negotiations. ...
2) In Julv or Aueust Moc^r-
th'ur opposed Chiang Kal:fhek.s
offer of 33.000 Chinese National-
ist troops to fight in Korea be-
cause of "their ineffectiveness
and lack of logistic suDport. In
November MacArthur recom-
mended that 50.000 to 60.000 Na-
tionalist troops be used.
I)_-MacArthur was given au-
thority to launch air and sea
attacks against Red China If
the Chinese attacked UN forc-
es outside Koreaand the or-
der still is In effect. ...
4>Far from being a "bloody
st-'emate" as MacArthur charg-
ed the Korean war Is combatting
8-Tression and buying sorely
ne'eded" time to build up the De-
mocratic world's ability to resist
Cn '. "nlsm. .
5.-The Um':-d Stal-.j d h'.v? a policy K Korea. MacAr-
thi*i tr the con' notwirn-
randnir It la i"-htlng there for
dcfrai of aggression nna restor-
ation i.i peace. B "faring to
expand the fighting. It hopes to
prevent a third world war.
6)President Truman had
?he unanimous backing of the
I ilnt Chiefs. Acheson and Mar-
shall In his decision to dismiss
MacArthur.
7)MacArthur's March truce
offer to the Chinese Communists
caused a breakdown In 13-natlon
negotiations aimed at a White
House declaration regarding a
settlement of the Korean war.
Marshall said this lost "whatever
chance there may have been at
that time to negotiate a settle-
mMarshall dealt at length with
MacArthur's testimony concern-
ing a Jan. 12 document which
MacArthur said the Joint Chiefs
drew up and in which he con-
curred. MacArthur referred to a
four-point recommendation, dui
Marshall said there actually were
16 points and about 12 already
have been put into effect.
Marshall said that In late De-
cember and early January It ap-
?wared 'altogether possible" that
he Communists might throw the
TJN forces out of Korea. On Dec.
29, he said, the Joint Chiefs ask-
ed MacArthur's views on what
should be done.
He said MacArthur replied
that evacuation could be pre-
vented only by blockading the
China coast, destruction "through
naval gunllre and air bombard-
ment" of the Chinese Commun-
ists' "Industrial capacity to make
war," reinforcement of UN troops
with Chinese Nationalists, and
releasing the Formosan garrison
for attacks on "vulnerable areas
ot China's mainland."
The Joint Chiefs rejected
these proposals on Jan. 9 and
told MacArthur to fight defen-
sive actions, damaging the en-
emy as much as possible, but
.giving top consideration to the
safety of his troops and the
protection of Japan.
On Jan. 12, Marshall testified,
the Chiefs drew up their final 16
iroposals four of which rela-
ted to the blockade, use of For-
mosa troops and air and sea re-
connaissance over Manchuria.
This program also called for "da-
maging naval and air attacks
on Communist China if the Reds
attacked-UN forces outside Ko-
rea.
But suddenly the military pic-
ture changed in favor of the Uni-
ted Nations troops. Marshall said,
and Allied forces began to pur-
sue the Communists.
"None of these proposed course
of action were vetoed or disap-
Kroved by me or mv anv other
igher authority." he said. "The
ultimate decision with respect to
them was simply rendered unne-
cessary at that time, or unwise
to put it better In the view of
the Chiefs of Staff."
Marshall said under question-
ing that he "neither approved
nor disapproved" the Jan. 12 re-
commendations, but transmitted
them to the National Security
Council for general considesatlon.
Hals a member of the council.
The Council agreed with th
joint chiefs that the change in
the Korean war made it Inadvis-
able to put the recommendations
into effect.
Marshall said there "may
have" been discussions with the
State Department in drafting the
document, but "it Is specifically
a Chiefs of Staff document."
Under questioning. Marshall
testified that MacArthur never
was told not to cross the 38th
parallel, but was "specifically In-
formed" that his dominant con-
siderations must be the security
of his troops and he could cross
the boundary If he was forced to
do so to protect them.
But Marshall added that "a
major advance beyond the 38th
parallel at this particular time
when the situation had been re-
stored (in January) was not to be
undertaken without the approv-
al, specific approval of the Gov-
ernment."
Marshall recalled that the es-
tablished policy of the Govern-
ment last year was to deny For-
mosa to Communist China and
oppose seating the Chinese Reds
In the UN. This has not changed,
he said, and "at no time have I
entertained the opinion Jhat
there should be any deviation."
But he added that the two
questions "undoubtedly'* would
be raised by other parties when
the time comes to negotiate a
settlement of the Korean war and
the United States has taken the
position that it would not oppose
"discussion" of the Issues.
In those discussions, he said,
the United States "will oppose
the attempt of any nation or
regime to shoot its way Into the
United Nations."
As for MacArthur's warning
that the Korean war Is killing
"the flower of American youth,"
Marshall said that he too Is
equally conscious of the tragedy
of death on the battlefield and
"fully understands" MacArthur's
reaction.
But he said It Is the "hard du-
ty" of those responsible for over-
all strategy to make decisions af-
fecting the lives of others. He
lauded the "heroism" and "en-
durance" of American fighting
men In Korea.
INSPECTING THE NEW 8TUDEBAKER, left to right, are C.
Kirk Kiene. Regional Manager of the Studebaker Corporation,
Dewey W, Smith, vice-president, Joseph Cunningham, man-
ager of El Panama, and Gonzalo Lopez Fbrega, general
manager of Central de Autos, S.A., local Studebaker sales
agency. ________
Miami, Brooklyn Dailies
Get Pulitzer Crime Awards
NEW YORK, May 8 (UP) iview with the President of the
The Miami (Fla.) Herald" and |United States."
the "Brooklyn (N. Y.t Eagle "re-, Knock was not cited, however,
celved Joint Pulitzer prize because he Is a member of the
awards today for meritorious,advisory board.on the Pulitzer
public service for outstanding prizes.
Wagner Picks Raise
For CS Workers,
Postal Employes
.The White House, Bureau of
the Budget, and the Civil Ser-
vice Commission have reached a
tentative agreement that the pay
Increase for classified workers
and postal employes should be
somewhere between five and 10
per cent according to news re-
ceived from Walter Wagner, Le-
gislative Representative of the
Central Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council.
Strong pressure Is felt from the
Budget Bureau and White House
to keep the increase to a mini-
mum while the Civil Service
Commission favors the 10 per
cent allowable under present
Economic Stabilization regula-
tions.
It Is Indicated that the pro-
posed amount of Increase will be
announced within a week as
averaging seven or eight per
cent.
Of special interest to the "non-
operating" group on the railroad
Is the news that Eric Johnston,
administrator of the Economic
Stabilization Agency has issued
an order permitting full payment
of the six. cents due April 1 to
"non-operating" personnel on
railroads in the States.
This was gained by the "esca-
lator" clause In their contract
based on the cost-of-livlng.
This Increase was granted
despite the fact that together
with the 12'/2 cent raise given
effective Feb. 1 brings their
wages above the allowable 10 per
cent set by the Wage Stabiliza-
tion Board.
crime reporting in 1950.
The prize for International
reporting was shared by six re-
porters. They were: Keyes Beech
and Fred Sparks of the "Chica-
go Dally News"; Homer Blgart
and Marguerite Hlgglns of the
"New York Herald Tribune,"
and Relman Morln and Don
Whltehead of the Associated
Press.
The prize for local reporting
went to Edward S. Montgomery
of the "San Francisco Examin-
er" for a series of stories which
resulted In an expose within the
Bureau of Internal revenue.
There was no prize for na-
tional reporting. )
William Harry Fitzpatrick of
the "New Orleans States" re-
ceived the editorial writing
award.
The prize for a cartoon went
to Reg Reginald W.) Manning,
of "Arisona Republic," of Phoe-
nix, for a cartoon entitled
"Hats''
The prize In new sphotogra-
phy Went to Max Desfor of the
Associated Press for a picture
of refugees fleeing across a
wrecked bridge in Korea.
The Pulitzer prize committee,
in making no award for disting-
uished reporting on national
affairs, noted that it believed
that "the outstanding instance
of national reporting In 1950
was the achievement of Arthur
Krock of the "New York Times'
in obtaining an exclusive tnter-
The 34th annual award* were
announced at Columbia Univer-
sity by Dr. Grayson Kirk, vice
president and acting head of
the university during the ab-
sence of President Dwight D.
Eisenhower.
Both newspapers cited lor
"the most disinterested and
meritorious pub^c service" were
commended for long-continu-
ing fights on local crime which
had nationwide effect through
the hearings of the Senate
Crime Investigating Commit-
tee.
Air Force Chief
Says US Bombers
Could Hit Soviet
NEW YORK. Msv 8. (UP) -
"Look" magazine said today that
If we sent Air Force bombers to
atom bomb Russia. 90 per cent of
them could get through to vital
Soviet targets.
The magazine quoted Major
General Roger Ramey. Air Force
ehief of operations. And It said
Russia "'s frantically prennrin^
defenses" against the possibility
of such en attack.
General Ramey was ouoted as
saving "in sn"e of all the care
stories aboi't the vulnerability of
Kmeriepn cities, the fct remains
we on hit Russia easier than he
can hit us."
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Second Floor 5a Avenida
Numbers Racketeer
Ransoms Kidnapped
Wife, Clams On Cops
MIAMI, Fla., May 8 (UP).
Police here searched today for
"marked" $50 and $100 bills used
In a $30,000 ransom pay-off by
one-time Rhode Island Racke:-
eer Louis (Chick) Rosenfeld to
free his wife from three "novice"
kidnappers. ,
Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan said
Resenfeld and his wife, Jean ad-
mitted she was kidnapped after
a lengthy grilling by officers. The
former rackets boss told police he
paid $30.000 In marked currency
to the kidnappers' "moll."
Chief deputy Claude High, who
is investigating the case, said the
kidnapping apparently was the
work of novices. "Real pros don't
ask for ransom in $50 and $1C0
bills. But what they lacked In ex-
perience, they made up for in
sheer brass."
High said two "punks" pulled
the pretty brunette woman from
her Cadillac, forced her Into an-
other car and sped her to an un-
disclosed hideout where they
held her under guard.
After the ransom was paid,
Mrs. Rosenfeld was found In an
Ocean-front park, unconscious
and with her hands tied behind
her.
The former numbers racketeer
and his wife at first denied she
had been kidnapped. They could
not be found by police for more
than 24 hours and were thought
to have "skipped town."
Police picked up the couple at
their lush waterfront apartment
on the Venetian causeway yes-
terday. Obviously frightened,
they told officers they were "ex-
hausted" from constant annoy-
ance and just wanted to spend
the night out.
However, both were held on
$50,000 bonds for consplraejuand
compounding a felony. They face
a hearing before a Justice of the
oeace on the charge at an unset
date.
Rosenfeld has a 30-year-lors;
record of arrests ranging front
bookmaklng to picking pockets,
but police said they do no? De-*
'leve his wife's kidnapping.was
connected with his past.
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Plans To Cut Leave
Benefits Are Now
In Washington Mill
The Administration Is drafting
filans to reduce Government
eave benefits reports Walter
Wagner, the Washington Legis-
lative Representative of the Cen-
tral Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council.
There has been a request for
leave revision by Chairman Rob-
ert Ramspeck of the Civil Ser-
vice Commission. The revision is
being drafted by the Clil Ser-
vice Commission and the Bureau
of the Budget for the Senate Ci-
vil Service Committee.
The tentative draft of the re-
vision is based on service; re-
ducing the present 26 days an-
nual leae to 13 days for those
with wider five years service;
19Vi days for service between
five to 15 years and the full 26
days for those over 15 years ser-
vice.
The leave regulations for the
Canal Zone are granted under a
different law at present than
Federal Employes in the conti-
nental U. S. Wagner Is taking all
steps possible to prevent the Ca-
nal Zone from being Included In
this proposed leave cutting legis-
lation.
Legislation on the revision of
the Civil Service Pension Plan
Is progressing slowly. It Is be-
lieved that the Senate Civil Ser-
vice Committee will shortly re-
port who bills. One bill would
provide greater survivorship be-
nefits, the cost of which will be
covered by the elimination of the
three per cent Interest now paid
on deposits.
The second bill which may. be
an amendment to the Federal
pay raise legislation will provide
annuity increases for those al-
ready on the rolls.
An interesting view on future
retirement comes from a recent
federal personnel council meet-
lng.A recommendation of Its le-
gislative committee to reduce
the compulsory retirement age
from 70 to 65 was defeated.
It was noted that the average
life span of government work-
ers has been Increased. This
caused some members to advo-
cate increasing the compulsory
retirement age to 75. The federal
personnel council represents per-
sonnel officers of all federal
agencies.
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Tul PANAMA AMKKICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAY I, 1M1
Willard Nixon Hurls 2-Hit Shutout Over Browns
Keenan, Hiwhstedier Set Gamboa Tigers Capture C.Z.
New Scotch Foursome Record Iyterschools Sivimming Title
Sundav. Summit Hill played i regular activity In mixed Scotch
ost-to some twenty couples, who foursomes, prizes \were also
* sharpening their game o awarded to the teams having the
preparation for the Isth- highest net and grow scores of
Mixed Scotch Two-Ball; the day. These prize* were pre-
Tajjftsome tournament to be play- enied to the team of Jim and
*dort Fort Davis on May 12. i Nlra Rlley and the team of Ham-
?inla Keenan and Oene mond and DesLonde*.
kstedler established a new I Finally, to take the door prize
Fd by shooting 72 on the a the best looking < imple of
mlt Course. This. accordiiiR the day, 'Gorgeous George'1 Ri-
ld tuners. Is the best mixed
lh foursome score to be turn-
ji during the victory of the
fs course.
tees were awarded to Junior
and Jane Huldqulst. who
ured the low net prize with
nsational 45-41 < 86 > minus
&r 82. Second low net was
by Nelva Spagna and
lanLewter with a 41-46 87i
_Us 20. or 67.
2nd Low aross prize was award-
ed to Don and Ellen Kenna with
a 75 a very respectable score in
spite of the four putt second
green thev suffered on the first
nine.
To encourage more and more
ley and Wllma Lavers, in add-
ition to playing a presentable
game of golf, dazzled their co-
players with outstanding new
models of men and women's type
gay shorts.
This, incidentally, marked the
first outing for "Gorgeous
George's" new golfing- outfit,
which met with instant success
and captured first prize in that
department of the day's golfing
play. He was overheard to re-
mark that he was Inspired by a
new sport reel of the tennis star,
Gussy Moran, and. as a matter of
fact, there was some similarity
in their costumes.
Ronnie Hayden Is First To Pitch
Little League No-Hit No-Run Game
LITTLE LEAGUE
Standings Second Half
fe
Won Lost IM
Curundu.....4 3 667
Sears.......4 2 .687
Fire Dept.....3 3 .500
Diablo Hlllman 3 3 .500
Police Dept.....2 4 .333
Saint Marys ... 2 4 .333
Curundu 2, Sears 0
Richie Hayaen. the tall Curun-
du twelve-year-old entered his
name as the first pitcher in the
Little League to get a no-hlt
no-run ball game. And to make
his victory sweeter he knocked
off the first half champs and
second half league leaders, na-
mely Sears Catalog Kids. The
first batter in the game reached
first base, and thereafter Richie
hurled perfect baseball not al-
lowing any bases on balls. It was
three up and three down after
the first batter.
His pitching rival, Alfred
Bruhn, was also lough, because
he allowed only one hit. which
did not figure in the scoring. But
base on balls, several errors en-
abled the Councllmen to get two
tuns and walk away with the win
and climb into tie for first place! the two of them walked seven.
form, the Coppers upset the
Smokies of the Fire Department
5-2. The defeat knocked the
Smokies out of the league lead
and It was the third time in a
row that the Smokies have taken
it on the chin. Don Randall
started for the Smokies but in
the third nine batters went up
to the plate and netted three
runs and the ball game. Eddie
Klrchmeir scaled the hill in the
last inning and added three
strikeout victims to Ms records.
Hillman C, Saints 4
It was a wild and wooly ball
game at Diablo, and both teams
demonstrated that you do not
need hits to score runs. The loser
gained four runs on one blngle
and the Automen tallied six
times on four safeties.
However, all hurlers were very
liberal with free passes. The win-
ner Bruce Batemen, issued nine
walks, hit a man and threw two
past the catchers, while Bobby
Lopez had no less than four wild
Eitches, and his teammates be-
ind him and his successor con-
tributed four costly errors.
Bobby Lopez was relieved by
Jimmt Lovelady, and between
? ith Sears.
. This was the fourth and last
meeting between these two
fjeanis, and gave the Councllmen
a three to one edge for the sea-
son series. Of course If Curun-
With Bruce Batemen It was
generally a strike out or a free
ticket,
When he got the ball over the
Saints could not hit it and as a
result he had thirteen strlke-
du wins the second half or gain. outs. Pedro Salas was called In
a tie for the second half these I to held Bruce in the final In-
tjwo teams would meet again. nlng. The feature hit of the ball
Coppers 5, Smokies 2 | game was a four-bagger by 8a-
With Elwood Phillips in good las.
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The Gamboa Tigers won the
Canal Zone Elementary School
Championship in the boys and
girls swimming meet held at
Gamboa Saturday morning by
scoring 88 points while BUI Ze-
mers Balboa team scored 75
points. Gatun had 34 points, Co-
coli had 30 points. Fort Kobbe
had 25 points. Pedro Miguel had
21 points and Diablo had 6 points.
The meet was sponsored by the
Physical Education and Recrea-
tion Section and was witnessed
by a large crowd from all the
communities on the Isthmus.
Gamboa was led to victory by
Captain Joan Anderson, Judy
Fefps and Lloyd Henderson who
all won two first places apiece
and swam on the first and third
place relay teams. The Balboa
squad was led in scoring by Judy
Engelke, Larry Slegal. Judy Ed-
wards and VVUJiam Hamma. thev
all won twwtiret places with the
exception of Hamma who won a
first and second place.
Judy Edwards, who captured
two first places for Balboa, was
on the Gamboa champions last
year while Hamma is a transfer
from Cocoli. Larrv Slegfcl of the
Balboa team set a new Canal
Zone record in the 20 meter free
style with the excellent time of
11.5. the old records was 116.
The champion Tigers won ten
first places, 7 second places, 3
third places while the runner-
ups Balboa scored 7 first places.
5 second places, 7 third places
and one fourth place.
In the girls section Gamboa 39
points. Balboa 36 points. Gatun
20 points. Pedro Miguel 18 points,
Fort Kobbe 16 points, Cocoli 13
points and Diablo 1 point, while
in the boys section Gamboa scor-
ed 47 points. Balboa 39 point.
Cocoli 17 points, Gatun and Fort
Kobbe had 14 points each, Dia-
blo 5 points and Pedro Miguel 2
points.
Bobby Barnes won the only
first place for Cocoli. while Pe-
dro Miguel won first place In the
girls relay, Diablo did not win a
first place, Gatun won two first
places with George Cotton and
Rachel Radel the winners for
Coach Woods team and Judy
Crowder won a first place for
the Fort Kobbe team.
At the conclusion of the meet,
Mr. G. C. Lockrldge presented a
32 inch traveling trophv to Cap-
tain Joan Anderson of ihe Gam-
boa team, this trophy was do-
nated by the Gamboa Recreation
Council and must be won three
times to become the permanent
possession of any team. This
closes a successful season in
sports for the Gamboa lads of
the Gamboa Elementary school
who have one of the mailed en-
rollments on the Isthmus, the
Tigers won the Canal Zone
Championship in Basketball,
Baseball. Boys track and field
and Swimming.
THE RESULTS OF ALL EVENTS
1. Girls, 12 years
20 meter free style
1st Judy Edwards. Balboa.
2nd- Wendy Cotton. Gatun.
3rdMartha Klang, Kobbe.
4th -Carol Klrkman, Miguel
t. Boys. 12 years
21 meter free style
1stLarry Slegel, Balboa
2ndHenderson. Gamboa.
3rdSommers. Kobbe.
4thWilloughby, Gatun.
3. liirls 7 years
20 meter free style
1stCrowder. Kobbe.
2ndHerring. Gamboa.
3rdGiblin, Balboa.
4thOresowky, Miguel.
4. Beys 7 years
20 meter free style
1stHamma. Balboa
2ndEbdon. Gatun.
3rdMorrison. Gamboa.
4thNasson. Miguel.
5. Girls 12 years
24 meter, backstroke
lit Engelke. Balboa.
2nd Hearn. Gamboa.
3rdVanSltlin, Cocoli.
4thZlrkman, Miguel.
4. Boys 12 years
24 meter, backstroke
1stHenderson. Gamboa.
2ndVitch, Diablo.
3rdJones, cocoli.
4thSommers, Kobbe
7. Girls, t years
24 meter free style
1stFelpa, Gamboa.
2ndVanSiclen. Cocoli.
3rdSchultz, Balboa.
4thCrowder Kobbe.
8. Boys, 8 years
24 meters free style
1stCotton. Gatun.
2ndHennlng. Gamboa
3rdHamma. Balboa.
4thGill. Cocoli.
9. Girls, 19 years
24 meter free style
1stMalone. Oamboa.
2nd Argo, Gatun.
3rdVanSiclen, Cocoli.
4thBarlow. Balboa.
14. Boys, 14 years
24 meter free style
1stPederson, Gamboa.
2ndBarnes. Cocoli.
3rdStewart. Balboa.
4thHalvosa, Diablo.
11. Girls. 9 years
2o meters free style
1st -Felps, Gamboa.
2ndVanSiclen, Cocoli.
3rdSchultz. Balboa.
4thWhite. Gatun.
12. Beys. 9 years
34 meter free style
1stBarnes. Cocoli.
2ndSnodgrasa. Gamboa.
3rdBrown. Mluel.
4thPhillips. Miguel
18. Girls, 11 years
24 meter free style
1st-Radel. Gatun.
2ndEngelke, Balboa.
Cristobal Hi Downs Balbou
To Maintain League Lead
The Cristobal High School
Tigers took two games from the
Balboa Bulldog to stay in front
of the pack in the Interscholastlc
League basketball race. The Var-
sity game ended 48-36, Cristobal,
and the Tigers' Junior Varsity
team won their fourth straight
by a score of 34-24.
The Cristobal Junior Varsity
started In front and continued
to increase their lead as the
game went Into the final stages
with the Tigers on top. Ray-
burne dunked in 9 points for
the Bulldogs while R. Salter and
Rinehart got 8 each for Cristo-
bal.
The main event between the
two varsity teams was a thriller
In spite of the score. Brady of
Balboa scored first on a foul shot
but for the remainder of the per-
iod Balboa could not score as
Cristobal moved Into a com-
manding, ll-l, lead. Both teams
were right in the second quarter
but the Bulldogs could not cut
down the lead as the Tigers
matched them shot for shot and
led at alf time, 22-11.
Balboa got hot in the third
period and moved to within one
point of Cristobal, 27-26. Wilson
fouled out early in the second
half and Allgaler. the tallest man
on the floor, followed out of the
game on personals. Early in the
fourth period Brady dunked In
two charity tosses and the score
was tied, 28-28. Brady, the big
?un of the Balboa team, then
ouled out and from here on Cris-
tobal moved away as the reserves
took over late in the quarter.
Brady topped all scorers with
16 points. Anderson of Cristobal
had 11.
Tonight, Junior College meets
Balboa at Balboa. Both teams
must win the stay in the race
so look for plenty of excitement.
VARSITY STADINGS
Cristobal..........*
Balboa..........l
Junior College......i
CRISTOBAL VARSITY
Wilson
Anderson .
Sullivan .
Bailey .
Manning .
Allgaler .
Simons .
Wachtel .
Blackburn .
Kuhrt .
Zimmerman
FG
. 1
. 4
. 2
. 3
, I
. S
. 0
. 0
. 3
. 0
. 0
7
S
1
3
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
PF
5
1
1
1
2
5
0
0
0
0
1
Pts.
3
11
5
9
5
6
1
2
6
0
0-
Totals .17 14 16 48
BALBOA VARSITY
Brady .
Herring -. .
Winfrey .
Kourany, O.
Kourany, E.
Ostrea .
Davidson .
Updike .
Maphis .
Toncosa .
Total
FG
. 4
. 1
. 2
. 1
. 1
. 1
. 1
. 0
. 0
FT
8
2
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
PF
5
1
3
2
5.
1
0
5
2
0
Fts.
16
4
4
2
6
2
0
2
0
0
.11 14 24 36
L
1
2
2
JUNIOR VARSITY STANDINGS
W L
Cristobal..........4 0
Balboa..........l 2
Junior College........0 3
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CRISTOBAL JUNIOR VAK8ITY
Sears .
Bryant .
Saiter, R. .
Salter, T. .
Rinehart .
McLaughlin
Hatgt .
Constantine
FG
. 3
. 2
. 2
. 3
. 2
. 0
. 0
. 0
FT
1
1
4
0
4
0
PF
2
1
2
2
4
0
0
0
Pts.
7
5
8
6
8
0
0
0
Two Of Italy's Ace
Motorcycle Driven
Die In Big Pile-Up
FERRARA. Italy. May 8 (UP)
cycle racers died In a hospital fol-
Two of Italy's ace motor-
lowing a flaming eight-bike
crash during the grand prize of
the City of Ferrara race Sunday.
Ouldo Leoni. 33, and Refuaele
Albert!, 44. winners of scores of
championships, died within an
hour of each other from multi-
ple fractures and burns.
Six other pilots received var-
ious injuries and burns, requit-
ing hospltallzatlon up to three
months. The tragedy occurred
during a speed lap of the grand
prize race when Carlo Ubblal wa:
leading and closely followed by
Antonio Ronchel.
Ronchel lost control near a
curve and plunged Into bales of
protective hay. His machine,
however, bounced back on the
track and burst Into flames. Se-
ven other pilots smashed into the
flaming machine and the track
was soon a mass of burning
wieckage and bodies.
Russia Admitted
To International
Olympics Committee
VIENNA, May 8 (UP). The
Soviet Union was admitted to-
day as a fullfledged member to
the International Olympics Com-
mittee and thus will be able to
attend the 1952 games.
The Committee spokesman re-
fused to reveal any additional
details other than that Ka
Adsgev, president of the Russian
Olympic Committee, attended an
afternoon session of the I. O. C.
in the capacity of "elected Rus-
sian member."
Pitcher Homers To Aid
Own Cau&e; Senators Win
------ 0-
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 8 Willard Nixon hurled a rwo-
hir 2-0 victory for the Red Sox over the Browns at St. Louis
last night. In the third inning, Nixon hit his first Big Lea-
gue homer over the right field pavillion for the only run
he needtd to win the game.
Total .12 10 11 34
BALBOA JUNIOR VARSITY
Donahue .
Rayburne
Davidson
Sparrow .
Ostrea .
Rirhtor .
Stacy .
Boyd .
Harbor .
Total
FG
. 2
. 4
. 0
. 0
. I
. 2
. 0
. 0
. 0
FT
1
1
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
PF
2
2
2
1
3
3
0
0
0
Pts.
5
0
2
0
4
4
0
0
0 .
13 24
J.C, Bulldogs To Clash
At Balboa Gym Tonight
BASKETBALL STANDING IN
SCHOLA8TIC LEAGUE
Won Lost
Cristobal High School 2 1
Balboa High School 1 1
Junior College .... 1 t
The Green Wave from Junior
College and the Bulldogs of Bal-
boa High School will do battle to-
night at the new Balboa Gymn-
asium. The game starts at 6:30.
Preliminary games between
the Junior Varsity of Cristobal
and Jr. College should be a real
close affair and for that reason
It Is suggested spectators who
enjoy their games full of excite-
ment should come early and get
a choice seat.
3rdCorn, Miguel.
4thField. Kobbe.
14. Boys, 11 years
20 meter free style
1stSlegel, Balboa.
2ndRyter. Oamboa.
3rdBateman, Cocoli.
4thWilloughby, Oatun.
15. Girl. 12 years
20 meter breastroke
1stEdwards. Balboa.
2ndEberena. Cocoli.
3rdPennlngton. Oamboa.
4thMcOriff, Miguel.
16. Boys 12 years
24 meter breaststroke
1stRyter. Oamboa.
2ndCrowder, Kobbe
3rdBlau, Balboa.
4th Keepers. Oatun.
17. Girls 12 years
40 meter free style
1stAnderson, Oamboa
2nd -Albright, Balboa.
3rdKlang, Kobbe.
4thRadel. Oatun.
18. Boys 12 years
44 meter free style
1stMorris, Oamboa.
2ndFearon. Balboa.
3rd -Crowder. Kobbe.
4thSlaughter. Oatun.
19. Girls, Fancy Diving
1stAnderson, Oamboa
2ndRadel, Oatun
3rdMlUigan. Miguel.
4thTaylor. Diablo
24. Boys. Fancy Diving
1stSears. Balboa.
2ndMorris. Gamboa.
3rdCunningham, Oatun
4thCorrigan, Diablo.
21. Girb. 12 years
84 meter relay
1stPEDRO MIOUEL
2ndBALBOA.
3rdOAMBOA.
4thGATUN.
22. Boys, 12 years
84 meter relay
1stOAMBOA.
2ndBALBOA.
23rd-KOBBE. ,
4th-COCOU. ti,.
The main feature of the even-
ing will brin gtogether the Bal-
boa High School, who thus far
knocked Junior College from Its
lofty perch, in a nip-and-tuck
affair with College.
The line-ups for the feature:
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL:
Leon Herrings. Roe Winfrey
James Brady, Oscar Korviany,
Edgar Korviany, Charles Updike
Raymond Davidson. Ous Tronco-
SV u?lchird strea. Eugene
Richter Sanr Maphis.
JR. COLLEGE:-captain Wal-
& ESS*' -cPtain Charles
^Arthur, Paul Mullen, George
Mr-Arthur. .Jim Orvls All Mc-
Keown, Tom Peterson, Jerry
Welsh and Al Neckar
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The Bed Sox got another In
the same frame on an error, an
Infield out and Ted Williams'
single. Nixon got some topflight
defensive support with three
doubleplays enabling him to face
only 18 men in the first six in-
nings.
The Senators moved back
within a game-and-a-half of the
league leading Yankees by out-
slugging the Indians 11-10 in a
Cleveland night game while the
Yankees dropped a 10-6 decision
/to the Tigers at Detroit in the
only American League contest.
In the only National League
game the Dodgers topped the
Cardinals at Ebbets Field 4-3 ih
ten innings.
The Senators collected eight
straight singles in a five-run
fifth Inning, hanging out 17 safe
blows in all to win their battle
with the Indians. They got five
runs in tne fourth to take a 6-0
lead but the Indians came back
with four runs in their half of
the fourth to make It 6-4.
The Senators put up five tal-
lies in the fifth and that was
enough despite a two-run
homer by Alii* Clark in the
ninth which almost knotted
the score. The Indians' Larry
Dobby clouted two homers and
Dale Mitchell contributed two
triples.
The Tigers got fine relief hurl-
ing from their newly acquired
lefty, Oene Bearden, who pitched
a five-hitter for seven innings
to end the Yankee winning streak
at eight games,
The Tigers finished the game
with a flourish getting three
hornees from Bearden. Dick Kry-
hoskl and Hoot Ever* In the
eighth Inning. The Yankees' Yogi
Berra also homered.
In a stirring finish, the Dodjers
put over two runs In the tenth
Inning on a pair of errors by
Peanuts Lowrey. a single by
Bruce Edwards and a long fly by
plnch-hitter Tommy Brown to
beat the Cardinals as Preacher
Roe racked up his fourth straight
victory.
Del Rice had made it two
with a homer with two out and
two strikes on him in the ninth.
Lowrey had singled home what
could have been the winning
run for the Cards in the tenth
but his defensive lapses cost
them the game.
His errors were on an easy
grounder by Carl Furlllo which
he bobbled then threw into tha
grandstand past first base, put-
ting Furlllo on second and set-
ting up a two-run Dodgers vic-
tory rally.
No other Major League game
were scheduled.
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Chicago .
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New York .
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N.)
Cincinnati at Boston (N.)
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York (N.)
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Teams W
New York 14
Washington .12
Cleveland .11
Chicago 10
Boston .14
Detroit 7
St. Louis 5
Philadelphia .. 3
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Gamer (Ten Innings
St. Louis 044 144 441 18 8 5
Brooklyn 410 044 410 24 9 1
Brazle. Staley (4-3) and Rice.
Roe (4-0) and (ampanella, Ed-
wards (9).
Only games scheduled.

In The
PANAMA AMERICAN
TODA"Y*S GAMES
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Detroit.
Pet,
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.7
.447
588
.526
.467
-156
.188
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 111 024 0014 14 t
Detroit 003 241 04x14 14 t
Byrne, Sanford (0-1), Ferrick
and Berra. Reynolds, Bearden
(1-0) and Ginsberg.
First Game
Boston 402 000 0003 4 4
St. Louis 400 00 0004 2 t
Nixon (1-0) and Rosar. Garver
and Lollar.
(Night Game')
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TIE8DAY, MAY I. 1951
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FRIENDS HONOR MRS. HAMMER, FORMERLY OF BALBOA,
AT LUNCHEON AND CARD PARTY
Mn. H. H. Hammer f La Angele. California, who wm
for many year a resident of Balboa, wat Wan a lanebeen
and card party yeterday at the Hotel Throll by a group> of
her frleudt. Mn. Hammer arrived last week to visit her son-
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller in Ancn.
The psrlv included: Mrs. George H. Cassell. Mrs. Crede
Calhoun. Mrs. S. S. Irvln. Mn. L. H. JoPerakl. Mrs Fred
HaU, Mrs. Helen Kalar, Mn. Leon F. Hal ett, Mrs. Gladys
Hammond, Mn. Austin F. Yodar. Mn. Lewisi B. Moore, Mrs.
Harry Keenan. Mn. Dorothy Hamlinx Mr. William H. Hull,
Mrs. Peter Shrapnel, Mn. T. H. Darlington. Mn. *.! 1.
Hassard, Mn. Harry A. Coroley. Mrs. Thomas Grlmlaon, Mn.
William Manush. Mn. David Robin, Mn. Earl Lynch, Mn.
Fnnk Phillip and Mrs. Cecil Lowe. _____
Miss Newland Honored
At Dessert Party
Mrs. C. Dewltt Briscoe and Mrs.
Stanley F. Yost gave a dessert
party and .linen shower last,
evening at the home of Dr. ana
Mrs. Briacoe In Bella Vista for
Miss Mary Newland who Is to be
married In June to Dr. William
Franklin Clary.
The invitation list included
Mrs. Robert J. Boyd. Mrs. Harry
A. Comley, Mrs. Raymond T. Fer-
ris, Mrs. A. C. Darlington, Miss
Alice Oarllugton, Mrs. J. Wendell
Greene, Mrs. Alba D. Hutchings,
Mrs. V. H. Irwln. Mrs. Eugene
Lombard, Mrs. John D Mayles.
Mrs. I. F. Mcllhenny, Miss Helen
Milloy, Mrs. Charles P. Morgan.
Mrs. Lewis B. Moore, Mrs. A. C.
Medinger, Mrs. Nicholas Norman,
Miss Nina Norman, Mrs. Henry A.
Starrett, Mrs. Fred de V. Sill,
Mrs. Richardson 8elee, Mrs. Amy
Sartaln, Mrs. M. J. Smith. Mrs.
Arthur N. Thayer, Mn. Kenneth
Newland, Mrs. M. Briacoe Ber-
ner, Miss Mary Elizabeth Mor-
ris. Misa Beatina Alexander. Miss
Joan Corliss and Miss Natalie
Ooodspeed. *
Mr. and Mrs. Muller
Entertain Informally
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. James
P. Clarendon who are leaving
tomorrow for New York, Mr. and
Mrs. Arturo Muller gave a bar-
beque supper last evening at
their re8idence In Bella Vista.
Mr. and Mrs. Ritcr
To Live In Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Rlter
of Ancon expect to leave the
Isthmus May 18 to reside in
Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Rlter has
been president of the Balboa
Woman's Club during the past
year and has been active in other
civic and fraternal organizations
during her residence here,
Mr. Hutchings Arrivn
From Mexico
Alba D. Hutchings. Jr. arrived
by airplane Friday night from
Mexico for a stay of about ten
days with his parents, .Mr. and
Mrs. Alba D. Hutchings at Las
Cumbres.
Mr. Morris Guest of
Commander and 'Mn. Haines
Lt. Commander and Mrs. J. E.
Haines of the Balboa Naval Re-
servation have as their house
guest this week her brother, Da-
vid M. Morris, Second Secretary
of the United States Embassy In
Chile. Mr. Morris was at one
time Second Secretary of the
Embassy in Panama.
Sail For New York
Mrs. Andrew M. Wright and
her sons. Andrew and Julio, and
Mrs. Paul Duran and her sons,
Paul and Dicky, are sailing to-
morrow on the S.S. Huida Maersk
for New York. Mrs. Wright and
her sons will spend two, months
in the United ,Stais and Mrs.
Duran and her sons expect to be
gone all summer.
Yesterday Mrs. Jon T. Fogarty
gave a small luncheon at El Pa-
nama Hotel as a farewell for Mrs.
Duran and Mrs. Wright.
Many Attend Cocktail
Supper Dance
Sunday at El Panama Hotel
Among the many seen at the
cocktail-supper dance held on
the terrace of EJ Panama Hotel
Sunday evening were: Captain
and Mrs. Clifford Payne. Mr.
and Mrs. Murray M. Wise of the
United States Legation, Mr. and
Mrs. Luigl Marlani. Mrs. and
Mrs. Albert Motta, Mr. and Mrs.
George Novey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mosher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Novey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Novey, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Car-
penter, Mrs. Charles Kline, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Lowrle, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Eisenmann, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Akin. Mr. and Mrs.
Octavio Mndez Guardia. Mr.
and Mrs. Jaime de la Guardia,
Mr. and Mrs. Joaqun Vallarino,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanlon Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Arlstides Romero. Mr.
and Mrs. Gilberto Arias, Har-
modlo Arias. Jr. Mr. and .Mrs.
Felix Maduro and- their son,
Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Un-
do and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Burgoon. x
Mr. Kline Returning
From Washington ,
Charles Kline of Ancon return-
ed yesterday from a trip to
Washington, D. C.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Brenda Barnthouse gave
a swimming and movie party
Sunday afternoon In Balboa for
her daughter, Brendlta, on her
seventh birthday anniversary.
Birth Announcement
Captain and' Mrs. Carl J.
Basham announce the birth of
a son, Hal Jay, 8unday, May 6,
at the Fort Clayton Hospital.
Captain Basham is Adjutant of
Flight B, First Air Rescue Squad-
ron, Albrook Field.
Garden Club
Meets Tonight
The Cardenas
River Garden
The Sunday cocktail dance
from 4 to 7 and the buffet sup-
per and dance from 7 to 9 is
planned as a regular weekly feat-
ure at the hotel.
KIDNEYS
ACIDS
MUST
CUArt
OUT
Tour bod* rlnni out xc*s Acida
and potaonoua wutM In your blood
thru million tiny dll-t Kld.uv tubti
gr nitor*. Potions Ik th Kid/iort or
ladder trxj maa yuu suffer from
trono;, cloudy urina. Oattlng up Night,
NtrveuinoM. !.- Pain, t'lrciag t ndr
*V*!, Iltckiih, A.hinr Joint. Acidity
r turning; paiou. C/aW, Bow im-
porto* from mo .S. A., atari working
promptly, ntipg maa yuu fool youns!
trona/ar. htttor In S raj-g: 1. Hoiin
four kl-l;iva clean out aolai.noua acid
yl g-rwa In th grlngfV retain
Saothag nd calm Irritated tleeuc
Ask your *runrlt for CyaUx toda'.
a how aulkly M m> avia rou.
FBI Sil In On B-36
Crash Probe After
23-Dealh Disaster
ALBURQUERQUE, New Mex-
ico, May 8 (UP). A full In-
quiry into the worst B-26 crash
in history Is scheduled to get
under way today with FBI par-
ticipation.
Some 23 persons were kill-
ed Sunday at Kirtland Air
Force Base here when one of the
$3.500,000 planes, carrying 25
men. crashed and burned when
landing yesterday afternoon.
Rescue crews managed to pull
three men from the wreckage
shortly after it cartwheeled on
to the field and exploded.
One of these men has already
died. The other two at are ex-
pected to live.
Col. P. B. Griffith, command-
ing officer of the 4901 support
wing at the Sandia atomic base,
assembly plant for atomic bombs,
and former commanding officer
at Albrook Field, aald 21 crew-
men were killed outright in the
crash.
The big plane was on a routine
flight from Carswell Field, Fort
Worth, Tex., when it crashed on
landing. The right wing hit the
grounti, the plane caught fire,
and then it smashed blazing into
the runway.
Three other planes, parked on
the runway, were damaged.
It was the second crash of a
B-36 superbomber in little more
than a week.
On April 27, a B-36 wasVam-
med by a Mustang fighter over
Central Oklahoma while engaged
In training maneuvers.
The giant B-36. built by Con-
solidated-Vultee. ig 183 feet long
and 230 feet from wing tip to
wing tip. The rudder is 46 feet
flgh from the tall about as
high as a five-story building.
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Club meets tonight at 5:30 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
P. Morgan at Miraflorea. Mrs.
Agnes Johnson will give a talk on
painting and several of her stud-
ents will exhibit their paintings.
(ollege Club
Elects Of ficen
At a business meeting held
yesterday afternoon the Canal
Zone College Club elected of-
ficers for the 1951-1952 club year.
They are: Mrs. Kenneth New-
land, re-elected president; Mr.
George V. Daniels, first vice-
president; Mrs. Nell Branstetter,
second vice-president; Mrs. Har-
old A. Sosted, recording secret-
ary; Miss Monica Farley, cor-
responding secretary; and Mrs.
Carl J. Browne, re-elcted treas-
urer.
The new officers will be Instal-
led at the May luncheon of the
Club which will be held Satur-
day, May 26, at the Hotel Tlvoll
Worl^Jwslfay
Return lo Germany
Berliner Broadcasts
by EDWARD M. KORRV
BERLN. (UP). The leading
Jewish official in this former
German capital, where almost
150,000 Jews were exterminated
during the Hitler era, predicts
that Germany will become the
"greatest Integration center for
Jews throughout the world"
81egmund Weltlnger, robust 65-
yegr old official in charge of Jew-
ish affairs for the West Berlin
senate, was optimistic during an
interview about the future of
Judaism In Germany where mere
than 500,000 Jews died from 1939-
45.
"Once America has removed
the danger of war with Russia,
Germany will become the great-
est inmigratlon center for Jew
throughout the world," be said.
"It is the heart of Europe; the)
natural exchange center for bil-
lions In values between east and
west."
Weltlnger said that "the new
German youth knows no an!l-
Semltlsm and should not be held
responsible for the crimes of o-
thers."
He had the highest praise for
sor^.ties of Jewish-Christian co-
operation which he said should
be set up in every German lown
and city.
He cited the Pope's support of
this work and declared that
"theological anti-semltism is a
German hereditary evil of the
past." ^
He admitted that lt will take
years "to bring the buds of good
German youth to blossom" and
that the effort will have to be
concentrated on education, but
he was confident of the results.
Rabbi Peter Llvlnsohn, who
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Tbey com to you sterilehelp keep
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Nazi-Style Politics
Stage Comeback
In Austria, Saxony
FRANKFURT, May 8 (UP).
Neo-Nazism made a comeback
in West Germany and Austria
as voting in West Germany's
second largest state. West Saxo-
ny, and In Austria gave startling
support in weekend lections
to parties and candidate which
who onenlv approve many of
the principles of Hitler' Nazi
regime.
That regime collapaad in
blood and rubble exactly six
years ago today.
Western Allied officials, who
have coached the fledgling West
German state and western zones
of Austria in democracy and
moderate elements in the gov-
ernments of both these terri-
tories, were concerned at the re-
sult.
In Austria Burghard Brelter.
a neo-Nazi candidate who boasts
h. "fervently approved" Hitler's
1938 anschluss of Germany and
Austria, collected 25 per cent of
the vote in the presidential elec-
tion without so much as making
a campaign speech.
In Lower Saxonv the new Na-
zi-like Socialist Reich Party
(SRPi won 11 per cent of the
popula, vote In the tate elec-
tions and won 16 seat to
emerge as the fourth strongest
political force in the state.
The "neo-Nazis" urged Ger-
man neutralitv in the Cold War
and in a hot war if one devel-
os. In the opinion of the Allies
they think the same w*fv the
Communists do.
Leaders of the Socialist Reich*
Party are Fritz Doris, now in
the West German parliament a
a member of another party, and
Otto Ernest Remer. who was
promoted from maior to major
general in the Nazi army for
playing a big Dart in smashing
a bomb plot aaalnst Adolf Hit-
ler Julv 20. 1944.
Voting was aulet despite the
militant nature of the "neo-
Nazi" party.
The government outlawed the
"Reichs Front" and other mili-
taristic branches of the "neo-
Nazis" Friday. It would like to
outlaw the party Itself but could
not.
was sent here by the Cincinnati
Theological Seminary and Am-
erican and British Jewish co-
unltles. cave partial support to
Weltinger's optimistic approach.
Alcoholic Cemetery
Worker Suicides
Alter Killing Woman
BOSTON, May 8 (UP). A
former mental hospital patient
went bersek in his parents'
home today and critically
wounded a woman visitor before
killing himself with the same
rifle.
Lloyd Carter, 36, a cemetery
laborer, shot himself after
struggling with a policeman who
sought to seize him in the
shooting of Mrs. Grace Mllllgan,
48, a Somerville widow.
Follce said Mn. Mllllgan had
been soendlng the weekend at
the Jamaica Plain home of Car-
ter's parents.
Carter began'shouting at her
this noon, police said, and then
suddenly seized his 22 caliber
rifle and struck her repeatdely
or. the head and shoulders with
lt. Mrs. Mllllgan fled the third-
floor apartment and ran to the
street screaming, "save me, he's
after me with a gun."
Carter pursued her down the
stairs and shot her in the head.
Two policemen, summoned by
neighbors, arrived and one chas-
ed Carter back upstairs, the
other took Mrs. Milligan to a
hospital.
The berserk man barricaded
himself In a bedroom but the
officer broke in the door and
grappled with him. Carter broke
away, put the mu7z]e of the
rifle to his mouth and said. "I
hope the damn thing works."
Then he pulled the trigger.
Police said Carter had a po-
lice record as an alcoholic and
liad been an inmate at three
mental hospitals. They said his
parents told them he had been
drinking steadily for several
days.
RECORDS
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
VERGARA. Tefilo, 23. of Gam-
boa, to TORRES. Margarita. 17,
also of Gamboa.
FOSTER. Frank Rupert, 34, of
Gamboa, to MAXWELL. Pearl
Mary. 32. of Colon.
RODRIGUEZ. Miguel Angel. 21,
of Fort Kobbe. former'^- of Ponce,
Puerto Rico, to FIGUEROA. Glo-
ria 16. of Fort Kobbe. formerly
of Rio Piedras. PR.
Birth
HALL. Mr. and Mrs. Julian B .
of New Cristobal son. May 3. Co-
lon Hospital.
LEESER. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L.. of Coco Solo, daughter. May 3.
Colon HosDltal.
ORTEGA. Mr. and Mrs. Alejan-
dro, of Gatun, son. May 3. Colon
Hospital.
JANNEY. Capt. and Mrs. E.A..
of Fort Clayton, son. May 5. Gor-
gas Hospital.
PINNOCK. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur, of Panama, daughter. May
6. Gorgas Hospital.
AVILA. Mr. and Mrs. LA., of
Panama, son. May 6, Gorgas Hos-
pital,
MAYO. Cpl. and Mrs. C.V.. of
Diablo, son, May 6, Gorgas Hos-
pital.
Deaths
PARRIS. Howard F.. 59, of Pa-
nama. May 4. Gorgas Hospital.
Asthma Coughs
Pon't cough and cough, atrangla, ganp
ami choka ao bad that you can hardly
breath* or aleendon't suffer another
day from Bronchitis or Aatlima without
trying Mandaeo. Tin great imarnal
niadlclna, recently davalopa by a
aclenttflc American laboratory, work
through th blood, tima reaching your
lunga and bronchial in lie a. Thai why
Mendaco work ao faat to help you thraa
waya. 1. Help natur dlsaolv and re-
move thick strangling inucna. z. Pro*
motea free asy breathing and sound
Bleep ao you aoon feel O.K. I. Qulcaly
alleviates coughing, wheeling, sneez-
ing. Ut Manaco from your druggist
to3y. Sea how much bettar you may
Bleep tonight and how much bttr yog
suavy faal tomorrow.
TRIPLE THREATAt 24 years of age, Cralg Lewis Kaminskl
has accomplished a three-man Job. He is one of very fey/ who
have been graduated from Msrquette University, Milwaukee, WJs.,
with a 3.976 average out of a possible 4.0. While in school he worked
39 hours a week as a telephone serviceman and still found time to
acquire and maintain a family of four. He's pictured holding
two-year-old daughter Linds, while his wife, Evelyn,- holds Kath-
leen, 17 months, and Patricia, three yesrs old.
-**f
THE PANAMA GOLF CLUB
ANNOUNCES
that the card games and tea parties that were
being held on Thursdays, will be held on
Tuesdays, starting on May 15th.
Evejybody t&ade Classified
NVITAtlON

Congregation kKoi Sneantn Israel
will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Us founding with a
special service on Friday evening, May 11th, 1951, at 8:00
p.m., at the Temple on 36th Street and Avenida Cuba.
A Memorial Service honoring the memory of the found
?r* will be held at the Temple on Sunday morning, May
13th, 1951, at 10:30 o'clock.
The members of the congregation, their families and
friends are cordially invited and urged to attend.
ON DISPLAY TOMORROW!!
from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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879 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE:1949 "88" Oldsmobile
Sedan, excellent condition, new
tires, hydromatic drive ond radio.
Call Thomas Marine, Panama 2-
2923. ______________
FOR SALE:Dodge Club Coupe, low
mileage, foctory undercoated. good
tires, radio and heater, seot cov-
ers, sun shades. Albrook 864264
or 5212.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic! Anonymoui
Box 2031 Aneen, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:'41 Chevrolet Club,
motor just worked on new clutch,
transmission, leaving for States.
Balboa 3518.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Por (TSHIONS. SLIP-COVERS and
Kr -I imioi simivi, rail un or vMt
our show -room Custom built furni-
ture our petiatlly. See our Deco-
rator > Fabrlrs. Free IMImntr- NA-
TIONAL t'PHOl STFJIY (A. Herea) 1.
r. de la O* No. 77 (Auto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4628.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model lllr Synchronized
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factors Price*.
Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam R P.
FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 98 rocket
Hydromatic convertible 1949, in
perfect condition. Must sacrifice.
Phone Balboa 2766 or Panama 3-
1025.
FOR SALE:1949 GMC Ponel. half
ton, perfect condition. Phone Bal-
boa 2766, Panamo 3-1025.
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates a truly fine car, 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roodmoster Sedan-
ette with Radio and Air System.
Less than 9,000 octual miles,
maintained in perfect condition.
This cor deliver* in New York for
43,265.00. Avoiloble here for $2,-
100.00. Telephone Ponamo 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings, Sturgill.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
VENETIAN BLINDS: Mod* to
to ordei repaired and refmished,.
estimates given. COLON WOOD
SERVICE. Tel. 543-L, 2003 ,7th.
street. Colon. R. P.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meter* of
lown ond garden. Three bedrooms
. with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters, with servants bothroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Locate*] between
Poitilla and Ponoma Golf Club.
Available for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
RESORTS
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished cot-
tages, between Santa Clot* ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3142 Ponan:o
Or see caretaker.
Phillips. Beach cottage*. Sonta Clara
- Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Ponoma 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FO RSALE:2 Helene Curtis Em-
press dryers, 60 cycle, shampoo
Bowl Cr Choir. 2 dresseretts. Phone
382 or 8409, Coco Solo.
FOR SALE:Desk, child's wardrobe.
0-06 sporter rifle, 25 cycle, Easy
motor. 1 -4 HP, trade for 60
cycle. 170-C, New Cristobal, 3-
2412.
WHY TAKE A CHANCE get your
cor serviced at ye ole relioble
Tropical Motors Inc.
FOR SALE:1951 Koiser, 4-door
De Luxe Sedan Hydromatic drive,
radio. WSW tires. Complete Vynil
interior. Kovel, house 0430-A.
Frongiponi St., Ancon, after 4:00
p. m.
MERRILY MERRILY The
Modge Locke annual show of sing-
ing, dancing, fun and beauty, will
be presented at Y. M. C. A. Audi-
torium. Balboa, Friday Moy 1 I th.
Come all ond morvel at the work
created ond executed by one wo-
man. Admission 50 cents. Service-
men free, children half price. Tic-
kets from pupils or ot the door.
FOR SALE:New 12 volt auto bot-
tery. Calla Fort Amador 4121
days.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom -furnished
chalet, 2 porches, livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, $125.00.
Via Espaa No. 2021. Tel. 3-
0749.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet,3 bed-
rooms, spacious yard, at La Co-
rrasquillo. $125.00. Tel. 3-2145
Miguel Hive.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APAHT-
MtNTS. Modern turnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St.. New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
FOR SALE:Heavy Duty Battery
Charger. 80 AMP capacity. Ideal
for charging bus or truck batter-
ies. Garage Mexico." Calle Juan
B. Sosa No. 6. Phone 2-2069.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile 98,
convertible Sedan 5,000 miles,
like new. Leaving Isthmus. -Coll
Ft. Clayton 4281.
I FSSONS
Leorn poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, phone ot
desk Bolboo YMCA or Box 106,
Balboa. Hdrnett & Dunn.
B-45 Jet Bomber
Explodes In Air
HOUSTON. May 8 (UP) An
Air Force B-45 twin Jet bomber
exploded in the air near Elling-
ton Air Force Bpse early this
"morning, killing three crewmen
and injuring another.
The sole survivor said the
lane was flvlng pt. about 1,500
eet "when It just blew up."

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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
Adjoininr. International Hotel
.
I
TUB LKFEVRl CORP
Phone 2-3333
LOTS FOR SAL*
Down Payment SIM.
Monthly Payment SIS '
LOTS on Paven Street from SI 00
a. Meier
For Rent. Heavy tquipmrni furl
(round leveling
W* Real Lat on i-ont la
La Crab* at S3 and S WeeXly
S^rioJjWeexly
We have just
received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mlrror-flnlsh. with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
VM. and "Admiral" 3-speed
record-changers for mod-
ernizing your consoles.
*> Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
We also have table-model
' radio phonograph combl-
. nations.
..CASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
Entrance lo Encanto Theatre
PRESIDENT,
CABINET
(Continued from Paje 1)
balanced Inter-American econo-
mv and be willing to devote our
lime, talents and money toward
such end.
"<2f Recognize each other's
problems and be willing to aid
wherever possible In helping
solve the difficulties, that other
businesses faceand, sometimes,
if the greater good demands even
those of your own competitors.
. "(3) Create the desire in every
community for larger groups to
work together for their mutual
beenfit. The power of the Cham-
ber of Commerce of the Ameri-
cas will be In the Individual
strength of Its affiliated organi-
zations. Sell your Individual
Chambers of Commerce to a
broader and expanding circle of
professional and business men so
that thpy are more thoroughly
representative of your entire
community life. This will Increase
your power and Influence In
helping solve the problems of
your communities.
"(4) Reestablish In the minds
of all government officials con-
fidence In the free enterprise
system by conttnuallv Interpret-
ing to those who are elected to
office the results that business
achieves and can accomplish for
each city and country. The elect-
ed official and the Chamber of
Commerce official are both work-
ing toward similar ends. Fre-
quently, political pressures cause
our officials to forget that they
are a port of the business team.
Verv often the fault lies with
business because we neglect to
pronerlv Impress those chosen bv
public vote with the abilities
placed at their command by the
business world.
"This weakness on the part of
business overlooks the fact that
government is in the eame and
on the team even though free en-
terorlse relects any philosophy
tht government Is the team. It
rather mnlntalns that govern-
ment Is on the team to run Inter-
ference when necessary to helo
the peop'e of a country, all of
whom are on the team to push
down the field to a common go'l
o' betterment and Improvement."
Delegates in attendance Include:
HAITI: Louis Delole. Oeorge
He'nux. Ro?er Boucnn:
JAMAICA: Harry E. Vendrvea.
Laurie O Ramon Alec Durle:
MONTEGO BAY: Charles V.
Ogilvle:
BARRANQUILLA: Mariano Se-
govia. Fahlo A. Manotas;
CARTAGENA: Germn Gomez
Pombo. Rafael del Castillo Ste-
venson. Nicols Emillanl Romn.
Guillermo Basmagl Dr. Manuel
Ramon Navarro:
CAMAjGUEY: Antonio Fernn-
dez Prieto:-
HABANA: Dr. Ramon Zaldln.
Tran Pa*Ja'"- Rnhertn 8urn V
J. Diaz. Federico G. Morales. Fi -
FOR SALE:New Leico III F f.1.5
Lens Flash attachment, $275.00.
Call 2-1653, evenings.
FOR RENT:Ideal modern apart-
ment, bedroom, livingroom, dinet-
te, kitchen. Darien Street, No. 8,
Apt. No. 2, next Street from 4th
of July Avenue.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:One Cushman scooter,
duty paid, good condition. L. S.
Myers 91-A, 6th. New Cristobal.
FOR RENT:Cool bright apartment,
furnished-unfurnished. Only one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones 1191-J or 599-L.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, modergte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.-
Casino Sonto Cloro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RESERVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! En|oy bracing
cool swimming ot Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00. ________
House ON REACH at Santo Clara.
Also mountain top home at CkttHO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Balboa 2820 or see c*retaker
there.
Villiams Santa Cidra Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE
' Household
FOR RENT: Aportments of two
bedrooms, also of one bedoom,
with sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, ot No. 20, Vio Espina, see
De Castro No. 24, "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Panama.
FOR RENTApartments of one lorge
one small bedrooms, sitting-din-
ingroom, kitchen, bath, at No. 9,
44th Street East. Bella Visto, see
De Castro, No. 24 "B" Aven*.
Phone 2-1616. Ponoma.
FOR RENT:Apartment In building
No. 1. Nicanor A de Obarrio St.
For information inquire ot No. 112
Via Espoo. Tel. 3-1716 and 2-
1681 Panami. In the morning*.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Good income property
near beach at Seoclift Acres, con-
sisting of FOUP COMPLETELY
FURNISHED APARTMENTS (two
duplexes) and 3.500 meters of
high, level land; with water and
electricity. ONLY $7,200.00.
Terms to responsible buyer. Phone
Posey. Bolboo 2698.
I OST & FOUND
LOST:Hunting dog, white with
block ond brown spots, shaggy,
near town of Paja. Respond* to
"Tony." Call Tel. 2-0059, Rodri-
guez.
India's Ambassador
Gels Token Wheat
To Relieve Famine
WASHINGTON. Mav 8 (UP>
The Indian Ambassador has ac-
cented with "deeD gratitude" a
token gift of two tons of wheat
for her people
Madame Pandit accepted the
wheat sent to Washington from
several universities, headed bv
students from MacAleater Col-
lege In St. Paul. Minnesota.
The students are trying to
sneed congressional decision nn
aid to drought-ridden India.
Students from Ohio State Uni-
versity Oberlln College, the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and Catholic
University of America hartl-
clnated in the donationalong
with three Minnesota schools
The students had lugged a
few hundred rxninr's of th
wheat by automobiles and a
trailer to the capital. It's a token
of more to come.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
apartment with all modern con-
veniences. Also cozy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENTUnfurnished apartment
in private home, well ventilated.
ideol for Diplomatic office. Also
one furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment. 89 Peru Ave.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR SALE:25 Cycle 9/t. West-
inghouse refrigerator, porcelain
throughout; Telechron kitchen
clock; large round mirror, full
length mirror, 25 cycle, RCA table
radio, 2 pin up lamps and 2 lawn
chairs. 8031 -D, Second St. Mar-
garita.
A RARE PHOTOGRAPH of one of the first two aircraft In the -Navy. The Curtiss Triad is
shown here on an early experimental type launching cab'e near the Hammondsport. N.Y.,
factory of the late Glenn L. Curtiss. The contract for this plane was signed on May 8, 1011,
and It was from this beginning 40 years ago, that Naval Aviation screw to its present strik-
ing power. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)
FOR SALE:Singer sewing machine
cabinet model $175.00. Baby bed,
$25.00. 4 Pc. bamboo set, $100.
3 pc maple bedroom suite, $50.-
00. 703-B, Curundu, 86-5149/
Household Odds ond Ends for sale
ot the Runkels' house, 5964-A
Diablo Heights, on Smith Place at
end of Walker. Ave.. Thursday 10
Moy after 6:30 P. M.. or call 2-
1293. Electric clock, fan, record-
chonger, a few decorative items,
etc.
FOR SALE: Kerosene refgerotor.
beds, mattresses. tobies, chairs
and other household goods. No.
49. 4th o July Avenue. 4:00 to
6:00 p. m.
THE NAVY'S JET FIGHTER "Panther" takes to the air. This type aircraft, now spear-
heading the United Nations fleet in Korean waters, ranges at will anywhere In Korea, pre-
venting enemy use of railroads, highways and bridges.
(Official U.S. Navy Photo)
* *
FOR RENT:Room, furnished, priv-
ate entrance, garage, ttth of July
Ave. No. 49. Tel. 2-1107.
FOR RENT:Room opposite Les-
seps Park. Upstoirs Boyd Brothers
office. Last floor. "L" Street No.
3.
PERSONALS
For information pertaining to dance
instruction, please contocf Jimmy
Dunn, Box 106 Bolboo, C. Z., or
Bolboo YMCA.
Children's books, book rock, smoll
table-desk, 2 smoll rockers, lamps,
6-piece maple- livingroom set, te-
lephone toble, serving table, elec-
tric clocks (25-cyclel, .3 oil-
purpose chairs ond miscelloneous
items, house 787-A, Tavernilla
St., Btalboa, near St. Mary's
Church (phone 2-2815). Tnomos
F. Fley.
Wanted Position
WANTED:Bilingual Americon with
administrative, soles, transporta-
tion orjd general business experi-
ence desires position. Write J. D.
Box 134 Ponoma.
HelpWanted
WANTED:Good cook with refer-
ences. Must sleep in. Apply No.
81 Airport Rood, Poitillo.
VANTED
Mi-icii
May 8 Marks 40ih Birthday,
Big Gains of Naval Flyer?
Forty years ago today, the De-
partment of the Navy, at the
direction of the then Secretary
of the Navy. George von L.
Meyer, placed an order with the
Curtiss Company, Hammand-
sport. New York, for Its first two
aircraft. Thus was established
the first official blrthdate of
Naval Aviation, which later was
to represent the Navy so pro-
minently on the "Defenders of
Freedom" team.
The recent arrival of Patrol
Squadron 45 at the U. S. Naval
Station, Coco Solo, C. Z., re-
turned, to the Isthmus an or-
ganization whose planes wing
far to sea on patrol, searching
with penetrating eyes for hostile
craft. Discovery and destruction
of submarine craft has been
developed to a fine art since
1911. Indeed. Naval Aviation can
point with considerable pride to
a history which has seen pheno-
alrcraft). which have destroyed
an estimated 27,661 troops.
US Throws Out Red
Jap Treaty Scheme,
Gels On With Own
WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP)
The United States has rejected
iCBu?nedi 0n 1nalysls f a^ut'Rssiar"proposartodrafra7ap-
16.000 close air support sorties anese peace treaty In a council
hvo.nr^^Lnn^1oeaM^ed!of For*'Rn Ministers composed
L^J2M.?2K*.' EJ' <* tR"sla Britain the United
been found that Navy and Mar-
ine aircraft average 6 bombing
or strafing runs per sortie,
while spending an average 1.3
hours on station at the target
arta. The average for carrier-
based aircraft has been slightly
higher, for Marine land-based
aircraft slightly lower.
Of particular pride to the
Navy today is the efficiency of
The Russian proposals are de-
tailed on an inside page.
A State Department official
said the Soviet proposal was an.
old one which Russia makes pe-
riodically whenever It wants to
stall the conclusion of a Jap-
anese peace treaty.
The United 8tates is present-
the Air Group attached to the i ly consulting 15 nations, includ-
carrier USS Boxer In Korean
waters, flying dally strikes
against the enemy. This unique
air group Is composed entirely
of naval reserve aviators who.
only a few weeks ago. were civil-
ians. Most of the men are veter-
ans of World War II who. after
menal developments In all discharge, retained flight pro-
WANTED: Cor model 1941 or
1942, Ford br Mercury. Call tele-
phone 2-1107. Panami.
Studebaker Display Opens
At Showrom And El Panama
cundo de la Roza Mannpl Rafart
Miguel A. Santos Buch, Adolfo
Kates:
GUAYAQUIL: Eloy Alf a r o
Pulg;
COSTA RICA: Juan Fernndez
Mora. Milton Saumell;
MIAMI: Miram Blakey, Ste-
nhen Lvnch. Joseph Charles L. Sykes. J. Kennard
Johnson, Alfred Carrel, John de
Haseth.
DAVID: Miguel A. Brenes, Gui-
llermo Villegas, Ramn Gonzlez
Revilla. Donald w. Noble, Alejan-
dro Gonzlez Revllla;
COLON: Gustavo Vearde, Hum-
berto Leignadler, Jos Mara
Gonzlez, Ernesto E. Estenoz,
Anbal Oalindo. Alberto Motta,
Jos* M. Delgado R., Jos D. Ba-
zn, Esteban Lpez R., Adalberto
Joly;
PANAMA: Juan Pastor Pare-
des, Rogelio Arosemena, Max
Heurtematte. Pablo Abad. Cafl-
'i Quelquejeu and Harry Strunz
Jr.
The Studebaker Corporation's
Export Division has announced
the appointment of Central de
Autos 8.A. as sole distributors for
Studebaker cars, trucks and parts
for Panama and the Canal Zone.
Vice-Presldent Dewey W. Smith
manager of Latin-American Di-
visions, C. Kirk Klene regional
manager for Central America and
Victor Montolvo, service repre-
sentative have arrived in Pana-
ma to assist Gonzalo Lopes Fa-
brega. general manager of Cen-
tral de Autos 8.A.. with the intro-
duction of the latest Studebaker
models.
Official opening of Central de
Autos takes place today.
The cars will be on display at
Central de Autos showrooms at 36
Jose Francisco de la Ossa and al-
so In the lobby of the Hotel El Pa-
nama and the public are cordially
Invited to Inspect the cars at any
time. The new Studebaker Com-
mander V8 will be In the display.
This Is the car which recently
won the Caracas (Venezuela) to
Maracalbo and return to Caracas
road race.
Besides the Commander V8 the
famous Studebaker Chamnion
will also be on display as well as
the Commander V8 Land CruLser
which is the finest car Studebak-
er produces. These three cars rt-
cently finished first, second and
third In actual miles per gallon
In the 1*51 MoblliTPs economy ran
vhere th* C^nmnion avera">d
"8.6 actual mt'es p*r lloo wh"
he Commander V8 averaged 28
actual miles per gallon and the
Commander V8 Land Cruiser 27.6
actual miles per gallon.
The Studebaker Corporation
which began producing wagons in
1852 will be 100 years old next
year. Started with a capital of
$68. the total assets of the Cor-
poration are now In excess of one
hundred million dollars and phy-
sical asse's Include some of the
most modern factories In the
world and Includes the world's
most modem truck factory In
South Bend. Indiana.
' During the first quarter of this
year production for public con-
sumption has been cut due to the
fact that Studebaker has accept-
ed and Is working on some 4250.-
000,000.00 worth of Government
defense orders which include sev-
eral thousand heavy duty trucks.
During the last war Studebaker
delivered .over 225.000 heavy du-
ty trucks to the allied forces.
The Studebaker Champion has
long been recognized as the most
economical car In Its class and
now with the new economical
Commander V8 which delivers
120 Horse Power, this gives Stude-
baker customers a wide range of
engine and body styles from
which to choose the car of their
choice.
Special attention will be given
by Central de Autos to custom-
ers desiring cars delivered In the
States. In most cases Central de
Autos can arrange for these de-,
liveries in aoproxlmately three
weeks from date of order. A lone,-
Dhases of areonautlcs over a re-
latively short span of years.
Besides the aircraft, engines,
helicopters, and guided missiles
which It develops and orders
Into production, the Navy's Bu-
reau of Aeronautics has also In
the past few years sponsored
Innumerable nrojects to further
progress In the entire field of
Aeronautics. Non-inflammable |
hydraulic fluids. Improved para-
chutes for use in hlghr-speed |
Jets, automatic ejection seats for
Jets, and special training de-
vices for pilots and mechanics
are but a few of .the projects.
From a modest beginning, of
two aircraft and one aviator,
naval aviation has developed to
its present lethal striking abil-
ity. On another Mav 8th. In 1942
It played Its first major role In
modern dav warfarethat of
checking the forward advance of
the Japanese In the decisive
two-day Battle of Coral Sea.
The Battle of Midway a month
later besan the sweeping action
which ultimately drove the Jap-
anese from the sea In retreat to
their home Islands. Our carrier
task forces, decks loaded with
fighters, dive bombers, and tor-
pedo planes, ranged the Pacific,
carrvlng the fight to the Islands
of the Japanese homeland It-
self.
Another May 8th Is significant
In Naval Aviation history. In
1919. the Navy readied four flv-
lng boats for an Atlantic cross-
ing. Twenty-one days later the
famed NC-4 reached Plymouth.
England: the first plane In his-
tory to flv the Atlantic, a flight
which Is now made dally by
military and commercial planes.
In Korea. Naw and Marine
aircraft have (to April 1. 1951)
flown over 53.700 sorties (in-
cluding 2.500 bv British naval
flclency while members of the
Navy's famed "Wsek-End War-
riors." flying with reserve squad-
rons near their homes. Thus,
when the Navy again needed
their services, it took but a short
period of Indoctrination to readv
Ing Russia but not Red China.
The Government will contln s
Its plans to draft the Japanese
peace treaty whether or noC
Russia accepts the principal at
these broad negotiations.
choice even though he actually
held a singleton heart.
Suspecting the worst, West coi-
rectly toil: his inexpensive op-
portunity to raise hearts. This
tave North a chance to pass and
thus Indicate that his opening:
MU had been rather weak. East;
the entire carrier air group for Joste combat. in the hopes of giving South a>
bidding problem.
w JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD IACOBY
Written for NEA Service
er period, under present circum-
stances Is advisable but everv ef-
fort will be made to effect these
deliveries as quickly as possible.
Souths spp.de suit, although
broken, was too strong to be shus
out. And when South bid four
spades, North quite properly re-
valued his minimum opening;
bid. He had strong support for a
' spade suit that his partner coulci
afford to bid tor the first tlme>
at the leVel of four. On the sloe,
he held two aces. It was worth
a try at slam, which South
gratefully accepted.
West cashed the ace of hearts
and led another heart. There-
upon. South ruffed and im-
mediately ran off six rounds of
spades. West threw a heart and
a couple of clubs, but then be-
gan to worry about his queen ot
clubs. Hence he made the ia'al
error of discarding a diamond
Perhaps South would h.ua
that suit. However, West's diam-
onds without losing a trick a
that suit. However. West' diam-
ond discard made things easy
for declarer. He could take the
ace of diamonds and drop the
queen under his king. The reit
of his cards were therefore
good.
WesVs discarding was obvious-
ly horrible since South could
not possible have any problem la
clubs.' If South had only small
clubs. East would have the ktna;
and could be trusted to hang on
to It. If South had the king of
clubs, he would have ruffed los-
In today's hand South "lied" a lng clubs in the dummy before
bit when he showed control ot drawing trumps,
hearts with an Immediate cue West's correct course was to
i.id. His bid would have been hang on to his diamonds In the
technically correct If he had been hope that South would somehow
void of hearts but It was a good mlsguess the play of that suit
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TUESDAY. MAI I, 1151
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Ob. It's beautiful!" "Just look at that cover!" "Will you sign
mlne^-Hey, you haven't signed mine yet." "I'll get you second
Peri^urse anv BHS'er U not the least bit puzzled when he
read. the^boVe paragraph for he taw. that the crieawer.
tnose heard during the past week to renard to the Zo^lan.
Yes, the lamed yearbooks arrived last week Sen ton <"
llrst to receive their books at a olees meeting called Period 4
lMlT?rrf Ford, class president, plus Mr. Harold J. Zlerten, class
advisor, commended the Zonlan staff and their sponsor. Mus
Ellen Thomas on a euperb product of a "*' **. 22
.tali members were asked to rise and as each.did soh*U
alven a "bl hand." The statf headed by editor-ln-chlel Mar-
ga"" Ryter consiste of Russell Pierson. Barbara Jones. Annette
Godby. Ariene McKeown. Ralph ^ ,<*" Go^ln' l0l
annvi* .Ton Walker. Ouyle MacDonald. Fran Dwyer, rat
Necki? Flo McCarbyT Marilyn Flynn, Sara Sokol. artists Marvto
tolS Cart PoTey. Merry Mallan ^anne Golden business man-
agers Joanne Stetoer. Maine Wiley and Dave Albrltton.
Only to enhance the suspense of the seniors, Terry said that
the first Zonlans would be given to Mr. Theo. F. Hotz, Miss Tho-
mas Mr Zterten Mr Mastel, Mr. E. W. Hatchett. ana Dr. Law-
erfcelo'hnson^Mr' Zlerten 'then alphabetically distributed the
^Mtot^therfwas silence as the hlgh-and-mlghty scanned
the book and recalled the fun had In '51. Not only did the se-
niors memoer the past but also thought of the future -grad-
uation, which, by the way. is only four weeks from tonight.
Howeverl It didn't take long before seniors were exchanging
books to get the signatures and remark, from their many class-
mates.
The remainder ef the student body received their
Zenians durinjt homeroom that very same day. They too
agreed that this year's annual was Just tope!
The Zonlan staff and sponsor again received praise on Fri-
day, mie occasion was the pep rally during third Period Frank
Mayo, 8A prexy, expressed his thanks to the staff for accepting
the financial challenge at the beginning of the year and still
succeeding In publishing a marvelous book.
Atoo at the rally were the speeches dellverea by the can-
didates for Student Association Council. Not only are some of
the candidates worthy of holding an office, but some showed
their ability as orators and originators of snappy slogans.
The corridors of BH8 more or less resemble campaglner's
row. Numerous posters read "For an BA you'll like, vote for
Mike (McNevln)." "Don't be a sucker, vote for (Ray) Tucker,
"For more to do in '52, vote for Irwln Frank," "Don t be a ham,
vote for 8am (Maphls)," "A vote for (Dave) Shore Is a vote for
,ure- "Don't be a pill, vote for Bill (Dawson)." and others
screaming In bold letters Vote for Coila (Goodin), Bob Peacher
for SA Veep, and Vote for Godby.
However, the pep assembly was more than a speecn rally.
It was one to remind the students of the basketball game that
nitht against Cristobal High School on the Atlantic Side. But
the Bulldog fans certainly didn't seem to need any reminder lor
the majority were in high spirits and attired as loyal subjects
of BHS. In red and white.
During the rally another quotable orchid was given to Bal-
boa's Brannv (Mr. Nell Branstetter. director of BHS's music de-
partment). Frank Mayo boosted Brannv and congratulated him
for all his fine doings at our alma mater.
A special feature was added to the pen assembly. This
was a contest on basketball. The contestants, Kay Cross.
Joyce CeUlnge, Nancy Ladd, and Nancy Wells, were
chosen from the pep squad. -_.w
It seems, though, that Joyce Colllnge answered MC Frank
Mayo's question wrong. The question asked who would be the
winner In the basketball game. Joyce gave the most logical an-
swer, but which proved to be wrong at about 9:30 that night.
YkM Usa Blua.and G'd Tigers beat Balboa by a score of 48-38,
but'It can't *>-sald that toe Bulldogs didn't stick up for their
rights to be the winner. i \
The game was a duly of a battle In the third quarter, but
CHS proved their selves the better to come out on the top by
the time the final gun was sounded.
But tonight our boys are not going to stand being the losers.
Oh. no, they're going to put more than Just everything to win.
Their onponent in tonight's game Is the Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege Five. College and Balboa are standing at a tie for second
place. Just remember that no team can win without the back-
ing of loyal fans so be there Just screaming away In favor for
the ever-flying Red *n White.
Balboa wasn't a total loss last week for they rode the Green
Wave to a victory at the Swim Meet. The meet was held on
the afternoon of Thursday, May 3. Balboa, held a score of 41
over CZJC's 25.
little does any BHS'er have to be reminded that the
fifth report eard was given out last Wednesday. That
means that there's only S more weeks of actual school
work. Oh, no.
Yesterday the PARRAKEET staff proudly presented the stu-
dents with the seventh issue of this year's publication.
The calendar for the rest of this week is over an average
one. The Lettermen's Banquet is to be on Thursday evening.
Also on Thursday will be the elections for the Student Associa-
te nofflcere for 1961-1952. The whipped cream to top off this
peach of a week Is the annual ROTC Awards Ball. By the way,
the posters advertising this military affair are quite classy.
Nightie night.
College Corner
By Martha
Irvin
AS IT SHOULD BE!
Iry Maxwdl Heats aad
> a real*
**...* Jast-rfc* drink
at any tfsM...aaywatre!
MAXWELL HOUSE TEA
Last Tuesday night our basket-
ball team defeated CHS in what
might be called our biggest vic-
tory in a long time. It was really
a thriller of a game. The final
score was 49-49. favor of College.
All through the game, the CHS
and JC stands kept up a feud,
yelling to each other, "What's
the score.........?" whenever
each team would make two
points that would put them in the
lead. We had quite a turnout for
that game, for a change. Of
course there weren't very many
JCers there, but there wee a
crowd of BHS'ers and working
boys etc.. who were really rooting.
The boys from CHS played a
darn good game that nite. and
the referees played a terrific one.
But our boys played a stupendous
game. When they beat a team as
good as CHS and beat those re-
ferees too. golly thev have to be
good. Oh. those referees were
really cute!
Because of the extra Ume It
took to play the game last Tues-
day nite, the team and a good
many of the JC cheerers missed
the late train back to Balboa. So
cars were gathered up from no-
where and eventually rides were
given to everybody, and they all
came tearing across the Isthmus
again. That Is, all except the boys
who spent the night on the other
side. They seemed to have a good
time too.
Our JV team lost to CHS last
Tuesday nite. but thev defeated
the BH8 All-Star Intramural
team last Thursday evening by a
41-31 score. Those boys are play-
ing a lot of good ball too. If you
people like good basketball, why
don't you come out and see a few
of the games. Like right tonight
for instance. There is a b-b
game between JC and BHS at the
Balboa gym. Let's see some of you
JC fans out there to cheer for our
good ole alma mater.
We had another Mg athletie
event last week-----even tho
some girls didn't want It men-
tioned. It was the final soft-
ball game of the girls' Varsity
team. They played CHS. and
the final acore was 31-9. The
girls put up a hard fight tbo.
Betty Newfin was getting very
disgusted because she hadn't
been able to make a double play
all thru the game. Finally the
chance came with something
like a man on third running for
home and a man running for
first. Well she got the man on
first out. from her catcher's po- .
sition. but she forgot about tho
man on third. Such is life.
Saturday afternoon, all the
girls who had been on Miss Ely's
Varsity teams gave Miss Ely a
barbecue up at June Atkinson's
house. They roasted wieners and
hamburgers while they sang
songs and fooled around at play-
ing games. It was a surprise par-
ty and Miss Ely was reely sur-
prised. The girls gave her a small
Chinese cheU. that was Just
beautiful.
Swimming has come to JC for
true now. Every Tuesday and
Thursday In the gym classes you
can see all the girls out trying to
learn how to swim. Or something
Some of them have figured out
already how to keep thalr hair
dry; and so you find advanced
swimmers in the beginners class,
where they only have to practice
breathing. They have close near
catastrophes over there tho.
Swimming suit straps are forever
breaking and what-ht.e-you.
Barbara Ely was almost embar-
rassed the other day. Oh well.
What tit girls In the classes
want to know, tho. Is. "Can Miss
Ely swim?" Nobody has seen her
In the water as yet.
Well fellas, do you all have
your dates for the banquet? It is
drawing nearer and nearer. Now
it is only one week and three days
off. All you people really want to
come to this banquet. It is going
to be wonderful! Guess most ev-
erybody has heard the news, that
we can't have it at the Fort Clay-
ton Officers Club, by now. The
committee is sorry about the
change in the plans, but as has
been said before, It was due to
circumstances beyond their con-
trol. So now it's going to be at
the Tlvoll Hotel, and you won't
know the place. We hope. The
decoration plans are supposed to
be kept a secret, but I will say,
that It Is going to be like nothing
you've ever seen before. Will all
you girls bring all the pieces of
broken mirrors you can find to
school for the banquet commit-
tee. There's a special purpose for
them and tfiey're needed desper-
ately. So clean out your drawers
and find all your pieces. Don't
forget about this banquet now. at
the Tlvoll. Mav 18. 7-12 and the
music of Jimmy Dunn's orches-
tra at the prom.
Won't you folks who are on
the T.C. staff get busy aad tarn
in your material. Only one per-
son has turned his material for
this Imuc and after an. It's the
last Issue so let's do something
about it.
This Thursday nite the College
Music Department la presenting
its annual Spring concert. It will
be In the Library of the High
School Building and will start at
8:00 p.m. Both tlje chorus and
the orchestra will be there, so
make it a point to be there for
the concert.
Well, this Friday another JCer
Joins the ranks of the married.
Mav 11th is the big day for Edna
Curies and Clyde Bain. They are
going bo be married at 6:30 p.m.
Russia Jumps Into Jap Peace
Treaty Debate, Denounces US
By Henry Shapiro
C.H.S. News
By PAT GEDDES
From the marching under the hot sun by the ROTC Cadets
to the crowd around the cold water cooler In the cafeteria between
classes, the heat Is taking a very heavy toll on CHS student's dis-
positions and usual enthusiasm for school affairs.
Saturday night climaxed the year's social calendar with a
gala Junior-Senior Banquet and Ball. This annual affair given
by the Junior class In honor of the departing seniors was held in
the ballroom of the Hotel Washington
The food was delicious and the entertainment original. The
musical skit with the words of many popular songs woven Into it
told a well known story. ... .
The programs were artistically hand painted with flowers
and held the menu, class officers, and the dance programs. The
placecards were painted to match.
The ball was a beautiful array of colors of every rainbow hue.
Nancy Kaufer looked charming in a white brocaded and. net gown.
8o did Helen Klssam In a beautiful aoaa and pink strapless and ., .
Jane Compton In orchid,nylon net over taffeta, Nancy Kariger In fi--., t0w onrt in the Pacific
a pale blue ballerina length dress with pink accessories. Elvla, J0'8 wo* VKn m ine c
MOSCOW, May 8 (OP)
Russia has proposed to the
United States that a confer-
ence of Foreign Ministers In-
cluding Communist China start
work within two months on a
peace treaty for Japan.
The Russian proposal was
contained In an 11-page state-
ment, handed to American
Ambassador Adm. Alan G. Kirk,
which contained a vigorous and
detailed denunciation of Ame-
rican policies and Intentions
toward Japan.
Deputy Foreign Minister Alex-
ander Bogomolov summoned
Kirk to the Kremlin at noon
to deliver the statement.
It proposed:
D That a council of For-
eign Ministers including the
Chinese Communists meet in
June or July to prepare a peace
treaty with the collaboration
countries whose
Ramirez in white net. Olga and Thelnia Lelgnadler in while nylon
net over aqua and pink nylon net and lame respectively ana
Sandra Hammond In lrrldescent green taffeta and red organdy.
The newly imposed curfew of 11:00 on formal dances was a
mighty blow to the pride of the upperclassmen and the only
damper on the otherwise wonderful evening.
2>That the treaty aim at
demilitarizing and democratiz-
ing Japan, limit the size of its
armed forces and Insure that
Japan would not enter any
coalition against the countries
which took part In the war i
against it.
S)That the treaty should
not limit the peaceful develop-
"BIDDY POPPY LADY" Mrs. Chrlatma Kelly pins on Harry
Kris, prominent Atlantic Side businessman, the first "Buddy
Poppy" sold on the Atlantic Side, by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 387 as Commander J. Pyrczak looks on.
The Campaign Assembly last Tuesday was held amidst
speeches, candy throwing, siga rasising, plugging can-
didates and a general good time for all.
Dick Sullivan was chief introducer after giving a little speech I mVnt""r" janane^ enanomv'wor
of his own. The presidential candidate, Noel McGinn, Bob Bailey,! ^i in anv way Its trade with
and Yolanda Diez, gave influential speeches with the main accent i foreign countries
on Girl's Atheltlc uniforms, another coke machine, a Juke box. j 5)_xhat all occupation forces
* Mui5Lband- ,and a,nJexchJnfe *?y wlt5 ,B-alboa Hlgil .-Joe withdrawn from Japan not
Voting went on all day Wednesday and the votes were counted iater that one year after the
in the auditorium after school on Wednesday. The people who; conclusion of the treatv
will lead the 1851-52 Student Association will Noel McGinn asi 5,_That the treaty powers
President. Nancy Kariger aa Vice-Presldent, Francisco Wong as! supPort Japan's admission to
Secretary, and Bob Granberry as Treasurer. the United Nations
With such a clean slate of officers next year promises to be
one to look forward to by all you under classmen.
For the first time, the whole school was dismissed to see the
ROTC revue given In honor of the newly elected 8A officers.'
Thursday during the last half of the sixth period. After parading
for the spectators with the march music provided by the 60th
Army Band, the newly organized drill team put on an exhibition.
Everything was done In perfect timing with no noticeable mis-
takes. The grandstand was Jammed with a most appreciative
audience.
(Russia's proposal, calculat-
ed to be inacceptable to the
L'nited States, Great Britain
and other interested powers,
came at a time when the
State Department Is actively
engaged in organising a
meeting of Western powers
to conclude a separate treaty
with Japan, without the par-
ticipation of Russia or the
Chinese Communists.)
The statement blamed the
United States for the long de-
lay in concluding a Japanese
peace treaty and for rejecting
The Teen Age Association Clubhouse was converted into a
candlelit nightclub In a corner of "Oay Paree" for the National
Art Honor Society Apache Party. Guys and gals arrived In berets,
slit skirts, fancy garters, and mucho make-up to carry out the
gay theme.
An art contest was held with each contestant drawing an .
artistic illustration to suit his own imaginalon. Tom Kelly won' repeated Russian proposals re-
the first first prize. John Allgater the second, and Pete Johnson i gardlng It.
the third for the amateurs. Olnny Fahle won first prize for the 1 It made a series of major
"professionals" or charter members of the organization. Prizes' charges against the United
were a silver paint brush and a lollypop. | States.
Helping to make the evening a successful affair was Rita First, it was said, the United
Fisher, Andrew Llm. Diane McLaren, Helena deBoyrle, Jane de- States is Illegally conducting
Boyrle. Raymond Pinto. Keith Moumblow, Virginia Fahle. Marian I separate peace talks with Japan
Didrickson, Pete Johnson. Paul Engelke. Sandra Hammond. Dick' in violation of International
DuCote. John Allgaler. Helen Kissam. Tom Kelly and John Hobbs. I agreements which call for such
Sponsor of the affair was Miss Mary Worrell.
Mr. Maedl's senior homeroom won the box of chocolates, and
also the privilege of picking out their caps and gowns first for
having paid up 100% the rental fee of $2.00. Anybody who has not.
brought their money. PLEASE REMEMBER IT TOMORROW!
All B.OTC Cadets that have not gotten their invita-
tions to the Awards Ball please get them tomorrow. All
soys who did not Join the Corps this year but are signed
an for next year are invited to the Ball. Invitations may
still be gotten any noon in the ROTC building.
Don't forget the combat films being shown each noon hour
in the ROTC building.
As a prelude to last Tuesday night's basketball game against preparation of the treaty," the
Junior College the Cheerleaders organized a bonfire Pep Rally to; statement said.
talks Jointly with Russia, China,
Britain, France and other in-
terested powers as provided at
the Potsdam Conference.
The United States, the state-
ment said, has consistently lg-
nored the question of convok-
ing the Council of Foreign Min-
isters to draft the treaty.
"The Soviet Government con-
siders It necessary to mention
particularly the lmpermlsslbll-
Fty of eliminating the Chinese
People's Republic (the Peiplng
Communist regime) from the
be held the night before. Coconut Point was the scene of the
roaring flames and boisterous cheering. The framework of the
blaze was a pile of lumber and logs tall enough to stand under.
As everyone sat around the fire In a seml-clrcle. cheers were
yelled, songs were sung??? and even a few pep talks were given
by Coach Palumbo and our radio announcer. Trevor Simons.
Tuesday night came with the Cristobal stands filled with
avid fans ready to cheer their teams on.
The Junior Varsity game was well matched and well played,
and went the way of all good things to Cristobal's Blue and Gold
by a score of 31-28.
The Varsity game was a hard fought battle to the last minute
and then wound up In a tie 42-42. An additional three minutes
were played and Junior College came out on top with a score of
49-45. It was a hard game to lose but Cristobal fans took the loss
as good sports and looked forward to the game with high hopes.
.. A short pep session was held Friday afternoon at 2:40. After
the old tried and true cheers were given the remainder of the
tim,e.waa 8Dent ln teaching the student body the new cheers that
still haven t been learned though they were Inroduced last Octo-
"" ... "Jinlor high, freshmen, sophomore, and Juniors are
heartily thanked for their gracious cooperation.
The gym was filled to capacity Friday night to watch the CHS
Junior varsity down Balboa by a score of 34-24. Coach Palumbo
and his team certainly deserve a lot of credit. The season is
two-thirds over and they are still undefeated.
The Varsity game was Cristobal all the way with a final score
of 48-38. The calm, cool-headed, dependable playing of the CHS
Varsity team and the steady coaching of Coach Moser has brought
us three victories already with promise of more before the sea-
son Is over.
Has everybody noticed the addition to the Varsity Basket-
ball Team's uniforms? It is the blue and gold gym shoes that Just
reek of school spirit. The Blue and Gold not only play like pro-
fessionals but look like pros. The shoes were ordered on March
21 but did not arrive until Just before the second basketball game.
Don't forget the Spring Music Festival tomorrow
night. Mr. Jorstad and the entire music department will
be out in full force. The success of this program will de-
pend on the number of tickets rou sold.
One last reminder: don't fall to come out and root for the
Tigers when we play Junior College this Friday night ln the Cris-
tobal gym at 6:30.
16 DAYS MORE OF CLASSES!
at the Pedro Miguel Union
Church. Congratulations. Edna
and Clyde.....The Theater Ban-
quet Is this Sunday night. All you
who are eligible and who haven't
paid your dollar, pay it right a-
way to Gert Snodgrass 111
leave on the solemn reminder
that there are less than three
more weeks till final exams.
Bus Passenger's
Bundle Explodes;
8 Dead, 36 Hurt
OAXACA. Mexico. May 8 'UP)
A passenger carrying a cache
of explosive powder ln a bus
dropped his lighted cigarette on
It.
The explosion blinded the bus lage ol Mlahualtan.
CAB Reaffirms Stand
On Trans-Continent
Plane Interchange
WASHINGTON. Mav 8 (UPI
The Civil Aeronautics Board to-
day again refused to reconsider
Its decision that southern trans-
continental air service should be
provided by Interchange of
planes among airlines rather
than bv a single carrier.
It dismissed petitions bv East-
ern Air Lines. National Airlines,
and several cities.
driver, who lost control, eight
were killed and 36 Injured.
It all happened near the vll-
The government of the Chin-
ese People's Government, being
the only legal representative
of the Chinese people, has a
special Interest ln the prepara-
tion of a peace treaty with
Japan and lasting peace in the
Far East, it added.
"Without the participation
of the Chinese People's Re-
public in the preparation of
the peace treaty with Japan,
a real, peaceful settlement is
Impossible."
The American draft treaty,
the statement said, ignores
United States International ob-
ligations to Insure the demili-
tarization and democratization
of Japan.
The statement accused the
United SUtes of violating the
Cairo Declaration recognizing
Chinese sovereignty over For-
most and the Pescadores Is-
lands. .
It denounced the United
8tates for an attempt to take
over the Japanese Ryukyu. Bo-
nin and other Islands. This, the
statement said was donde under
the pretext of establishing an
unlustlfled UN trusteeship.
Further, the statement said,
the United States treaty draft
does not limit the size of he
Japanese armed forces, thus
giving Japan a privileged posi-
tion as compared to Italy, and
does not provide a definite per-
iod by the end of which oc-
cupation forces would be with-
drawn.
Charging that the United
8tates contemplates the Indef-
inite occupation of Japan, the
statement said the United
States is already using the
country illegally for the pur-
pose of armed Intervention a-
galnst Korea.
It said that the United
States occupation was justified
only in order to carry out
measures for the demilitariza-
tion and democratization of
Japan.
CHS Annual Music Festival
Set For Tomorrow Evening:
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I
Music fans from all over the Atlantic side are plannln* to
attend the C.H.8. annual spring Festival to be held ln the C.S.
auditorium tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. under the talented direction of
O. E. Jorstad.
The eventing promises to be an especially fine one. The pro-
gram will be divided Into two parts. The first part will consist
mainly of numbers bv the Grade School and Junior High School.
The High School Glee Club, Band and Orchestra will be featured
ln the second portion of the program. The selections playeo" "will
be of a popular and patriotic nature.
There will be a number of solos, during the evening. Rita
Howard and Tommy Jordan will sing the famous duet "Thine
Alone" Johnny Fahnestock will plav a trombone solo. "The Mes-
sage."
This program Is a commemoration for Music Week and Is
sponsored by the Cristobal High School Student Association.
PART I
March "Caisson Song" .................................. Gruber
Waltz "Little Annie Rooney" .............\........,..... Nolan
School Song "Alma Mater"............................ Whistler
Pioneer Song "I've Been Working on the Railroad" Hummel
Cristobal Elementarv School Orchestra
March "School Chums" ................................. Eltlnge
Waltz "Gliding Along" ....:........................... Halswell
Novelty "Serbian Peasant Dance" ........................ Velska
Cristobal Junior High School Orchestra
Don Smith Student Conductor .
Trumpet Solo "Arcturus"........................... Vandercook
Don"Smith, Trumpet; Anna Fisher, Piano
"Red Sails ln the Sunset" ................... Kennedy-Williams
Cowboy Song "Ole Faithful" .................... Kennedy-Carr
Cristobal Junior High School Mixed Chorus
Robert MacSparran Accompanist
PART II
March "El Caballero" ................................. Olivadotl
Trombone Solo "The Message" ................. ........ Brooks
John Fahnestock, Trombone; Anna Fisher, Piano
Descriptive Patrol "There Is Something About A Soldier". .Yoder
A description of the day of a soldier from reveille to taps
Novelty "Three Blind Mice" (At" the Night Club Floor Show i___
, ..........Frangklser
Overture. Tap Dance. Military Drill. Toe Dance, Acrobats,
Apache Dance, Cossack Dance. Orintale and the Finale
Cristobal High School Band
"I Dream of You" ..............,..................... Rlngwald
"The Night is Young...................................... Scott
Vocal Duet "Thine Alone" from "Eileen" ............... Herbert
Rita Howard. Soprano: Tommy Jordan, Baritone
"Country Style" (Square Dance ........................ Simeons
Cristobal High School Choir
Anna Fisher Accompanist
Overture "Legend" ....................................... Jsaao
"Themes" from "Romeo and Juliet"'.............. Tschaikowskr
"Patriotic Fantasia" .................................... Rlebold
Junior and Senior High School Choirs and High School Orchestra
Sleepless Nights
Gave Tipoff, Solved
17-Year-0ld Murder
JASPER. Ala.. May 8 (UP)
Her husband of 16 years "never
did get a good might's sleep that
I can remember." Mrs. Steve Ed-
gil stold wide-eyed enlghbors.
"He'd smoke two cans of tobacco
a might, sometimes."
"He would roll one cigarette
after another and say T can see
him...I can see him...,'" Mrs.
Edgll added.
One of the neighbors told pol-
ice about Edgll's restless night's
as described by his wife, now
estranged from him.
Edgll was questioned and as a
result he and another man faced
murder charges today for the
death of Gus Ivey 17 years ago.
Ivey's death has written off
as due to an accidental fall
from a trestle at the time. But
Edgil, In the face of his wife's
story of his sleepless nights,
confessed that he and Sam
Darty killed Ivey and threw him
off the trestle.
Darty also confessed when he
was arrested but each accused
the other of striking the actual
death blow with a railroad
spike.
Edgll. 44-year-old ex-convlet.
and Darty. a painter, said they
killed Ivey because he had been
"fooling around" with Edgll's
sweetheart, who was Darty's sis-
ter. She was not the woman Ed-
gll later married.
Coca-Cola Profits
Down, Gallonage Up
So Far This Year
WILMINGTON. Del.. Mav 8.
(UPi Profits- of Coca-Cola Com-
pany declined ln the first quar-
ter of 1951, but Its gallonage
sales hit a new all-time Initial
quarter high. N. J. Hobbs, Coca-
Cola president, told the annual
meeting here today.
In the three months ended
March 31. 1951 net Income dip-
ped to $4.618.637. equal to $1.06 t
share, from $5.258.369. or $1.23 a.
share, ln the corresponding 1S50
quarter.
i
In answer to a stockholder's
question regarding a possible
split of the company's stock.
Hobbs said It was considere* bv
the board on a number of oc-
casions but that the board Jelt
a split should be made at a ^pne
of ascending earnings.

Stockholders approved tan
amendment of the company's
charter to eliminate all refer-
ence to class "A" stock. During
the past vear. the 600,000 shares
of class "A" were purcrtased.
redeemed or exchanged for
common stock and were can-
celled.
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MI6.S MELBA FLORES HONORED WITH SHOWER
Mist Margaret MacKeniie and Miss Pat Geddes, who will
attend Miss Melba Flores at her wedding to Mr. Robert La
Porta on Saturday, entertained at the residence of Mr. and
Mr*. L. V. MacKenzie Saturday evening with a kitchen show-
er in honor of the bride-elect.
thur, on his 13th birthday anni-
versary.
The guests were: Bruce Smith,
Bill Stevens. Ernest Rodriguez,
Tommy Gibson, Edward Law-
rance. Floyd McDermltt. Ray-
mond Croft, Joe Hannlgan. Mike
Morrison. Freddie Prltham. Eric
Daniels, Ralph Boggs. Danny
George and John Albright.
The children attended the ma-
tinee after the refreshments
were served.
Alter the gifts were opened,
buffet refreshments were served.
The1 table was covered with an
embroidered. Chinese linen cloth
and centered with a heart-shaped
cake decorated with pastel frost-
ing and encircled with frangi-
pani blossoms.
The cake was cut by Miss Flo-
res*and Mrs. Frederick Haseloff
presided at the punch bowl.
The guests were: Mrs. Max
Weiuh, Mrs. Frank Hall. Mrs. Leo
Gould Mrs. Robert Berger, Mrs.
Frapk Day. Mrs. Joseph H. White.
Mrs. Eugene S. Shipley. Mrs. Ju-
lio Domnguez. Mrs. Harry Mun-
yon. Mrs. Durwood Stringer, Mrs.
Oaddls Wall. Mrs. Robert Gli-
des, Mrs. John M. Fahnestock,
Mrs. Roy Redmond. Mrs. Ruben
Robertson. Mrs. H. Pretto. Mrs.
Henry DeRaps. MlssSonla Welch,
Miss Gloria Hall. Miss Carol Har-
vey and Mus Barbara Sherry.
Dr. and Mrs. Gregory
Entertain for Rev. Collier
Rev. Paul Collier of New York
City has been on the Isthmus for
a few days stopping at the Amer-
ican Bible House. Sunday. Dr.
and Mrs. R. R. Gregory entertain-
ed with a luncheon at the Hotel
Washington for the visitor.
Their guests were: Rev. and
Mrs. Milton A. Cookson. Rev. and
Mrs. Mainert Peterson. Rev. and
Mrs.-Phlllp Havener. Rev. and
Mre. Hemv Bell and Jean. Rev.
and Mrs. J. W. Llmkemann and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslelgh Davis.
' R-sv. Collier is an assistant for-
eign secretary with the Ameri-
can .Bible Society in New York.
He is making a tour of the Latin
American field. Dr. Gregory and
Rev. Collier left yesterday for Co-
lombia to continue his trip.
Card Party at Legion Hall
Elbert S. Waid, Unit No. 2,
American Legion Auxiliary is
sponsoring a card party to be giv-
en at the Legion Hall in Old Cris-
tobal. Thursday evening.
Price of admission is fifty cents
and Includes prizes and refresh-
ments.
Girl Scouts to
Observe Mother's Day
- The members of Girl Scout
Troop 29 of Margarita will have a
[Mother's Day program at their
reeting this evening at 7:00
p.m. in the Scout Office.
All mothers of the girls are cor-
dially Invited to attend.
Church of Our Saviour
Auxiliary Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Auxiliary of the Church of Our
Saviour will be held at the church
tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 p.m.
with Mrs. Dashwood Darling pre-
siding.
Mrs. Mainert Peterson is in
charge of the program. The group
is compiling a history of their
church under the title of "Know
Your Church at Home." All of the
older members are requested to
make a special effort to attend.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Billy Hanna Is Seven
Billy Hanna. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hanna of New Cris-
tobal, celebrated his 7th birthday
anniversary with a party at the
family residence Saturday.
A clown theme was used with a
cake, balloons and suckers hav-
ing funny clown faces on them.
Among the guests were the
honoree's brothers, Bobby. Tom-
my and Johnny, his cousins
Javne and Cheryl Peterson of
Balboa. Max. Jimmy and Eliza-
beth Hanan with Buth and Eddie
Hilty. Leo Freeman. Will Will,
Perry Washabaugh, Terry. Conley
and David McCarson. Peter and
Tommy Ender and Her// Rake.
Mr?. Hauke Arrives from Chicago
Mrs. Ralph Hauke arrived by
plane Saturday evening from
Chicago, to Join her husband,
who is in business with his fa-
ther. Mr. E. L. Hauke of Colon.
They will reside atCresta Hermo-
sa on the Trans-Isthmian high-
way.
Music Festival
at Cristobal High School
The annual music festival will
, be held at the Cristobal High
t School Wednesday evening. Tic-
kets are now on sale at 50 cents
per person. This annual event is
well worth attending. It includes
selections by the orchestra and
choir of the school.
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Kav Stone Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Kay Stone, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stone, of Cristo-
bal celebrated her 9th birthday
anniversary with an informal
party at her parent's residence
Friday afternoon.
Miss KreiKler -
to Wed Mr. Eiohhols
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Karl Kreis-
ler*. of Colon, announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daug -ter Elile Hope, to Mr. Gun-
tb- 'hols of New York City. ; Rehekah Club Meeting
Miss Krelsler Is residing in New Tne reKular meeting of the Re-
Yi but is well-known among 'Dekari Club will be held Wednes-
tl.e ounger set on the Atlantic day at 7.30 p.m. at the home of
Sic:. Mrs. Betty O'Rourke, house 8192-
The wedding will take place BMaicarlta
May 13 In New York City. j A1j members are urged to be
Mr. and Mrs. McGloln presen ---------------------------------'
Leaving for Vacation -
Mr. and Mrs. James McGloln. of M r<4 I) S MeVDSOIl
Margarita, with their c! r 'lien. w **" |
Jimm.' and Joan Ellen are leav- T\\am A Cf Rplvnir
lng Friday for a three-month UlCS M. rt. wvnvu
vacation In the States. Thev will D4....,.nt hih
TiHt Mr. McGloin's family In Mrs. Virginia Stevenson dled
Flushing. Lon Island and Mrs. at Fort Belvoir. Virginia, Satur-
McGloin'S relatives in Moultrle. day.
Georgia and DeLand, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
Sailing Tuesday
Jr. and Mrs. H. A. Bailey of
Brazos Heights, will sail bv the
United Fruit Line next Tuesday
for San Francisco. They will visit
the Grand Canyon Yosemlte Na-
tiofia! Park and other places of
Interest during their six-week
vacation.
Jar Arthur Cunningham
Has Party "
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cunning-
ham. Sr. of Gatun arranged a
surprise birthday party at the
Gatun Clubhouse Sunday after-
She was the wife of Col. Da-
niel S. Stevenson. The Steven-
sons were well known on the
Isthmus. They returned to the
United States a year ago.
Col. Stevenson spent some
time here on loan to the gov-
ernment of Panama from the
United States government. He
was engaged In veterinary work.
Mrs. Stevenson Is survived by
her husband and their 14-year-
old son.
Blood Substitute
Sought By Stanford
Medical Research
By PAUL F. ELLIS
NEW YORK, May. 8 (UP).
Science Is on the trail of finding
substances that may serve as a
substitute for blood.
With the demand for blood
plasma growing each day and
with the demand expected to oe
enormous in case of another gen-
eral war. the scientists have been
given a greeh light in the new
research.
For instance. Stanford medi-
cal school physiologists are just
beginning a new program, fin-
anced by the office of naval re-
search. It is all part of the na-
tion-wide program designed to
stock-pile a suitable transfusion
substitute.
Because of the research at
Stanford and at other scientific
centers, the scientists believe
that "tailor-made" materials will
be developed. That means mate-
rials which will equal the effi-
ciency of natural blood plasma.
One Stanford scientist said:
,"The task of physiologists, us-
ing such experimental animals
as rabbits and rats, will be to
find out how well these substan-
ces stay in the blood vessels and
the extent to which they can sus-
tain the circulation without
damage to body functions. After
this has been done, physicians
can perform the final step of try-
ing the materials on patients In
shock."
The scientists point out that
plasma substitutes, to be effec-
tive, must stay In the blood ves-
sels long enough to do their job.
Solutions o'. salt and glucose In
water, they said, are only briefly
effective in shock since they leak
rapidly from the small vessels
and tend to accumulate in the
tissues. As a result, the patient
suffers a retention of water, an
ailment known as edema.
The sought-for blood substi-
tutes will be used in all types of
persons regardless of the blood
types of the individual. Plasma
already can be administered to
any blood-type person.
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA)Movies
without popcorn.
Men are getting to be beasts in
Hollywood and Ixlon't mean the
species that movie queens refer
to in the divorce courts.
The boys are playing animal
on the sound stages.
Six males, down on hands and
knees, puff, groan and grunt in-
a big saloon piggy-back sequence
In the Marlene Dietrich starrer,
"Chuck a Luck." Astride their
backs are Marlene, Lisa Ferra-
day, a 275-pound actress named
Mabel Smaney and three dolls
garbed as western dance hall
queens.
Dick WesseU is the human nag
who carries Marlene over the
finish line in the "horse" race.
Jockeys and riders fall to the
floor, but Marlene and Dick romp
In like Eddie Arcaro on Man
o' War.
Some pranksters on the set are
painting a sign for Wessell's back
as a gag. I look over their should-
ers and read:
"Marlene Dietrich Sat Here."

Dick Powell's in the animal
act, too, In UI's "One Never
Knows."
He's a police dog named Rex
In the -comedy-fantasy about a
canine who returns from dog
heaven In human form to track
down his killer. The scene be-
fore the camera calls for him to
do everything but scratch for
fleas to the amazement of his co-
star, Peggy Dow.
Ray Mllland, Gene Lockhart
and Jim Hayward are the hu-
mans before the camera in Para-
mount's "Rhubarb" but its' Oran-
gey Murray, the spoiled red tab-
by In the title role, that's steal-
ing the show.
The script calls for Orangey
to be lured by Mllland Into an
intricate steel trap. Orangey de-
velops temperament and leaps
off the table instead.
I ask Director Arthur Lubln if
working with a cat Is harder
than directing Francis the talk-
ing mule.
"Easier," says Lubln. "You can
put a string around this thing
and lead him. This you can't do
with a mule."
Jack Beutel, Robert Young
and Janls Carter enact a scene
against the background of a
western trading post for "Half-
Breed" at RKO.
Jack Is playing a reservation
Indian who witnesses Janls' can-
can number and Is ready to head
for civilization.
"I'm a Junior Gernimo." grins
Jack while waiting for his en-
trance cue.
A decade has slipped by since
Jack made "The Outlaw," but
"Half-Breed" and "Best of the
Bad Me," a western he completed
earlier this year, will be released
in 1951. I congratulate him on
bouncing back to the screen in
two movies and he laughs-
"Wrong, lfs three pictures.
The Outlaw' is finally opening
in Maryland and Ohio."
A nondescript terrier named
Corky Is making his debut with
Shelley Winters and Farley
Granger in the comedy, "Behave
Yourself," on the same lot. Shel-
ley. In a filmy black negligee, and
Farley, in pajamas and robe, are
rehearsing without Corky on
twin beds. After pretending to
pet the invisible mutt, Shelley
calls out to Director George
Beck:
"Can't we rehearse with the
dog? He got union hoars or some-
thing?"
The dog is carried by hit train-
er to the set and the stars go
through their paces with him un-
til it's time for a "take."
"Quiet on the set!" bellows an
assistant director. "We're work-
ing with a dog!"
Shelley flashes him a scorch-
ing look.
"I beg yourjpardon!" she quips.
Art directors and set decora-
tors have duplicated an Army
post office in Italy during World
War II down to the last detail
for Warners' "Force of Arms."
While extras dressed as O.I.'a and
WACS sort mail, Nancy Olson,
William Holden and Gene Evans
read their lines for Director Mi-
chael Curtis.
Impressed by the thousands of
letters in the mall racks, I in-
spect some samples daring a lull
in the shooting. All of the mis-
sives are from the studio's fan
mall department.
Only in the movies does an
Army post office handle letters
addressed to Errol Flynn and Do-
ris Day.

The talk on the set of MOM's
"Ram, Rain Go Away" concerns
the film's title change from
"Come Again Another Day."
Jean Hagen wonders aloud If
the same kind of title change
will affect "My Son John," the
Helen Hayes movie at Para-
mount. Since the handle also
comes from a nursery rhyme,
Jean expects the marquees to
blaze:
Helen Hayes In "Diddle-Dld-
dle-Dumpllng."
Safe Deposit Box
Rents Will Be Paid
By Pay Deductions
The annual rental for safe de-
posit boxes in the vault In the
basement of the Administration
Building, Balboa Heights, for the
fiscal year beginning July 1,1951,
will be collected by payroll de-
ductions from the earnings of
Canal-Railroad emploves, it an-
nounced by Arnold Bruckner,
Finance Director.
In the past, safe deposit box
rental has been collected In cash
at the vault or by issuing cash
bills payable at the Treasurer's
office.
The latter method will con-
tinue for those few lessees of
the boxes who are not employed
by The Panama Canal or Pana-
ma Railroad Company.
Taber Says Federal
Economy Drive Cut
Budget $4.9 Billion
WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP).
Rep. John'Taber, R., N. Y., said
today that Congress' economy
drive is "going so well" that $4,-
900,000,000 already has been
chipped off the record high
peacetime spending program
proposed by President Truman
last January.
Taber is top Republican on the
money-dispensing House Ap-
propriations Committee.
In assessing the "economy
drive," he said in an interview
that he was including (1) cuts
the administration Itself made
In spending proposals when it
sensed "the attitude of the ap-
propriations committee," and (2)
spending cutbacks that will fall
outside the Fiscal Year 1952,
which starts July 1.
However. Taber said. "If things
go as well as thev seem to be
going now, actual spending dur-
ing Fiscal 1992 may be held at
$6,000,000.000 to $8.000.000.000
below the President's January
budget of $71,594,000.000."
In computing his $4,900,000.000
cut. Taber said:
1. Actual spending money in
the four, bills was cut more than
$1,000.000,000 when you consider
reductions in loan authoriza-
tions and special funds the house
threw in, including a ban on
re-flllng some federal jobs that
will become vacant.
2. A reduction of $3,500,000;-
000 in the armed forces de-
- to, "nrjrnnri-'tlons bill for
fiscal 1952 should be counted,
iicsident Truman, in January,
estimated the deficiency at $10,-
000,000,000. Taber said the
House economy drive should be
credited with the fact that the
bill called for only $6.600.000,000
when it finally was submitted to
Congress. If It hadn't been for
the economy drive, the admin-
istration would have gone ahead
with its previous spending plans,
he said.
3. A supplemental fiscal 1951
appropriation for government
agencies, including Civil Service,
was chopped $370,000,000 by the
House.
Bella Vista Girl
Earns High Honor
At US University
One of the highest honors
which can be bestowed by her
college has gone to Molly
Francey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Francey of Bella Vis-
ta.
She Is one of 20 Junior girl
students who have Just been se-
lected for Mortar Board at
Southern Methodist University,
an honorary society for women.
Membership Is restricted to those
incoming Seniors who ar out-
standing in scholarship,.leader-
ship and service.
Miss Francey Is a graduate of
Balboa High School where her
brother, Donald, is a Senior this
year.
Two years ago, during her
summer vacation, she worked on
The Panama American and last
semester did a Journalism term
paper on The Panama American.
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NEW YORKERS ARE TALKING ABOUT...
Gen. Douglas Mai Arthur's picture, Which used to hang at
Wort Pointthe pace (a we two-fingered-to-press) is bow
bare. Let's wonder whysnd jet s confirmation or denial...
New Yorkers are .till talking about the poise of a future Gen-
eral. 13-year-old Arthur MacArthur, who remained calm dor-
Ins; all the frensled hoopla. The kid appears to have inherited
pop's innate dignity plus a contagious smile... The result of
the Kefauyer probe: At least six film are planneddealing
with a "heroic Senate Investigator." (Take it away, Senator
Errol Flynn!). The N. Y. Times' financial expoit, who blam-
ed the MacArthur celebrations for the stock market dire. (O,
pecans!.. Frankie Laine's rousing recording, "Rose, BOse, I
Love You." Hits you like a cold shower... The fluorescent swim-
suits for dolls, (living the neon touch to every curve and '*'
The way the British have discovered r brow-elevating method
1 of evading the heavy "spouse" tax. Get divorced and Uve in
sin. (Big fuss among the British clergy over this.)
The anti-histamine people's blues. They are all shopping toi
public relations and ad peoplebiz being so rotten. The thing Just
blew up In their faces. Nobody wants the accounts, it seems. The
teevy firms are also sobbing "Overproduction Blues" Marian
Sounders (the platinum' blondewed lo a wealthy Oriental) tak-
ing her toy poodle on a shopping tour. The pooch wears a codar
made of S rows of sq. cut aquamarines! The big buzz about R.
8tanley Dollar. If he gets back the stock In American President
Unes (which under govt. mgt. ran up rom near bankruptcy to 70
million in assets), most of the directors will be out... Film critic
Bosley Crowther's qulppersnapper via a forum: "The magnificence
of the proportions of actresses of today are better; never before
have there been such busts in movies." He means Dollywood has
more famous busts than The Hallafame.
Laraine Day's chomming teevy shows preceding the Giants'
games. Miss Daydream... The Godfrey-Janette Davis version
of "When You and I Were Young Maggie Blues"a bouncy
melodie-nac... Broadway shows grossing over $600,000 week-
ly. Any bis that can attract that much coin Is far from Bigor
Mortis... The rave notices for Gower Champion's dance rout-
ines In "Make a Wish." Dansatinal... Spencer Tracy in "Fa-
ther's Little Dividend." It is always wonderful to witness an act-
or who can act... The Siamese ballet version of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" in "King and I." Alone worth the admlsh fee... The
silly ditty titled "Investigation Blues," inspired by youknowot.
The fact that Melody A Mirth are Broadway's Steak A Potat-
oes. 45% of the current attractions are song-and-dancers^
The eye-brow-holster from the generally prim N. Y. Times. It
quoted this old doggerel: "The queen bee Is a busy soul. She nas
no time for birth control. And that is why in times like these.
There are so many Sons of Bees." Jack Lalt, co-parent of the
sinful "Washington Confidential" best-seller, once deleted it from
The Dally Winchell Intoning: "Tell Walter this Is a family paper!''
(Ha!) The Phllly night club owner not very happy about M.
Berle's popularity with children. When he appeared at the Latin
Casino the place was Jammed with mothers and their tots (all In
love with Uncle Miltie). but they drank nuttln' but milk!... Gtt
the Net Dep't: Gerald L. K. Smith, who now ends his phony meet-
ings with a public prayer to the Almighty: That Gen. MacArthur
is "all mixed up. He doesn't know what the war Is all about nor
<(hat It Is for. Give him guidance and strength."
New Yorkers Are Talking About the odd report from Lon-
don, where newspapermen reportedly send gifts to press-a-
gents. Some sre worth it. The price of all medicines jumping
sky-high... The song, "Once Upon a Nickel," the lyric of
which says you can't buy anything with one any more. You
can still buy your way into the Runyon Cancer Fund with a
nickel. How about all you deejays (in the 48 States) telling that
to yoor all-night audiences? (Thanks scads!)... Harry Rich-
man's plan to resume in show bis. Pendled his ranch to open
at the Riverside Casino, Reno... Wanna help ridicule Com-
munists? Then send your anti-Red gags to I.asilo Fodor (125
E. 62nd, NYC), who Is building a book of them... John Roy
Carlson, who auth'd "Undercover" and "The Plotters" (best-
sellers exposing Fascists, Hitlerites, et al, over here), has a new
one due via Knopf in Sept.: "Undercover from Cairo to Dam-
ascus."
Labor News
And
C4Omme.lt
The J. Arthur Warners together again after his quickie divorce
(from hen to marry showgel Kay Buckley and the quicker one
recently. The original Mrs. Warner Is such a woman! Stood by,
took It on the chin (and far below it, too) doing a time-step wait-
ing for the Mills of the Gods to grind slowly. It was good to see
them arm-in-arming it the other sundown "Flanooley. which
ereviewers report will do wonderful things for Ernest Truex. who
as been In tough luck for too many flops... Fred Keating (after
reading all the puff here for card magician Jimmy Grlppo) chal-
lenging Jimmy to a friendly bout of legerdemain. (He means card
tricks.) Fred signs Ms note "The Last of the Red Hot Palmer.'s a
neat pun. Fred's famous bird-cage stunt remains N6. 1 over at this
deik.
Republic Studios taking away the "welcome" sign from
(United Press) MacPherson (a topflight reporter) In H'wood.
She made the regrettable error of quoting a cowboy star accur-
ately.. The exciting youth of (I think 19, in the 136-lb. class,
nsmed Roger Slclare. When he walks Into Chris Dundee's ring
hf >>. '' -i -iiresrni <." poise, modest way about him, class,
and can fight. Terrific puncher. Belongs on the Blgtlmfe at
J1111 Narria' Mad. Sq. Garden. .. Another good "show" Is the one
(tut on by a boxer named "Snooks" Howard. He clowns (to big
affs), sticks out his chin, daring opponents to tag It. Even
when he loses, he's the whole show...
Pres. Truman, who is feuding with photographers for the first
time... The reason Achesun (who hates his ,'ob and Washington)
won't quit: Not under fire... Two baby gorillas. Vicky and Tony,
In the Rlngllng Circus. They have featured roles In De Mllle's "The
Greatest Snow." The were trained by Marsha Hunt, and are they
cute!... The discovery that Washington can't be blacked out. Ronls
and the Potomac shine like mirrors even when the stars are dim...
Hey, Newsweek! I didn't say that the only two outlets I really
need" are the Washington Post and N Y. Mirror. I told you the
only two papers I really "want." Also, you didn't mention (In the
Miami argument) that my source for that paper's lineage-dive was
Editor & Publisher. Nawty-nawty... The Wall St. smart money (a
good deal of it liquid) which is beginning to reappraise the stock
mark-it for a long term pull. The big boys are beginning to think
In terms of a 25c. dollar... But the Big Talk of the Town Is about
the Mistress of a Very Important Person, who a few days before
last Christmas was 14, Juliet's age.
By Victor Riesel
NEW YORK Only once did
lie seep through the sallow-
ness 01 Robert Vogeiers lace,
ness of Robert Vogeler's face,
eyed by the darkness of solitary
coniinement In a Soviet dun-
geon cell. Only once old his
nands stop twitching and the
pulsating of the heavy vein on
the left side of his neck ease
off. He smiled, as we tried to
ask forbidden questions, and
slowly reached for these words:
"One thing you may be sure
of. It will be a long time be-
fore I leave this country again.
Soon we lost him again to
his bedroom and sedatives.
But even there he could not talk
of his experiences not even
to Ws intimates. Slowly, in the
two hours earlier, he did tell
them of the four books h had
been given to read and reread
Incessantly.
Grimly, Vogeler told n i s
friends of his gut-grasping urge
to hear a human voice. He be-
gan to talk aloud to himself.
But shame, he said, struck him
tor somebdy, even the MVD
guards, might hear him. So he
stopped his own voice for fear
they might believe him mad.
Then silence crowded the black-
ness In the small cell.
As I watched his torture-
burdened face, I thought of
the tace of another Amer-
ican, in another Soviet sa-
tellite cell, held by this po-
litical mob as our old gangs
would snatch an innocent
business man for ran-
som. I thought of a fellow
newspaperman, Bill Oatis,
head of the AP bureau in
Czechoslovakia, seized by
MVD goons as he returned
from work. Seized and jailed
for "spying" and" "insulting"
what passes for the Czech
Republic, and may the spir-
its of Benes and the older
Masaryk forgive me my ex-
pression.
And I" thought, also, of two
ether "correspondents," two
gents by name of Ivan Alex-
sandrovlch Fllllpov and Grlgorl
Illarionovich Rassadln. They
Insult us every day. They feed
the Mdscow press and world-
wide radio regularly with "ex-
poses' of our defense plans. They
mock our decencies.
Yet Comrades Rassadln and
Flllipov are not In prison cells.
They are free to roam this coun-
try and they do so at the re-
quest of the Soviet government
- -as representatives of the Mos-
cow newspaper Pravda. That's
the organ of the Central Com-
mittee of the Communist Party
of the Soviet union, secretary of
which Is Joe Stalin himself. So
they're Joe's personal boys. .
They have been interfering
In the American labor move-
ment. Right now. CIO national
secretary Jim Carey, who also
leads the International Union
of Electrical workers, now cru-
sading across country to clean
Communists out of our atomic
and electronic plants, Is pre-
paring a strong attack on Ras-
sadln and Fllllpov.
Carey's union plans to dis-
tribute these leaflets of protest
in every electronic production
center, for the Pravda team has
been openly boasting of its aid
to the notoriously pro-Soviet
United Electrical Workers, oust-
ed from OIO for Its political
line.
The' CIO leaders bitterly
resent the fact that' these
so-called newsmen (who
entered here on the specific
request of Soviet Russia)
met in a closed session ate
in January, in Chicago, with
US leaders such ao Julius
Emspak and 300 of his lieut-
enants from Illinois, Wiscon-
sin and Minnesota.
The CIO leaders are sharply
angered by radio scripts Ras-
sadln and Fllllpov have been
shooting on to Moscow, describ-
ing Harry Bridges polltlcalized
longshoremen's outfit (now deep
in a series of political strike
maneuvers bolstering Commun-
Ist-llne propaganda). Commun-
ist Ben Gold's Fur Workers, and
the UE as "progressive trade
unions (who) oppose the Amer-
ican Military intervention in
Korea.and (oppose) the mi-
litarization of the U. S."
At the same time, AFL lead-
ers are furious because Rassad-
ln and Fllllpov are hurting the
pay envelopes of American mo-
vie studio workers by telling Eu-
rope that we're not producing
pictures for handholders in the
balcony, but to aid "American
plans for world domination."
Youd think John Wayne
never kisses a babe in any
film, but devotes himself
only to caressing jets. Hol-
lywood now plays a "cri-
minal role debasing Amer-
icans on War Department
orders." said a recent Ras-
sadln and Fillipov dispatch.
And just last week they had
the gall to go into Holly-
wood and seek freedom to
roam the studios. They got
a loud Nyet.
And the State Department
tells me It "Is aware of the na-
ture of the Information which
these correspondents transmit
to the Soviet Union." But here
we have freedom of the press.
So the Pravda boys are free to
injure us. insult us. and work
against us from the Inside.
{Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
RED LIGHT IN KOREATo keep an eye on the enemy In Korea, G.I.'s on the central sector use
huge searchlights such as this one to light up the terrain and expose moving troops. The system hat
proved very effective in cutting down night infiltrationa Communist specialty. (NEA-Acme photo
by Staff Photographer Bert Ashworth.)
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
The Man Who Was Right
WASHINGTON. "I do not believe," said
Gen. MacArthur on Thursday, "that anything
that, happens in Korea, or Asia for that matter,
would aifect the basic declsion"--that is, the
Kremlin's decision whether or not to Intervene
openly In the Korean war. MacArthur may oe
right. But he has certainly been dead wrong be-
fore, on the likelihood of Chinese Intervention
In Korea. 80 was virtually every official In Wash-
ington. So, In truth, were this reporter and his
partner. But there was one man who was dead
xnis man Is George F. Kennan, who was S Department Counselor before he resigned last
Summer to Join the Institute for Advanced Study
at Princeton. Kennan has devoted his life to
the study of the Soviet Union and he Is un-
doubtedly this country's greatest expert on So-
viet policy. This reporter can testify from per-
sonal knowledge that after the Inchon landings
Kennan warned repeatedly and categorically
that either Chinese or Soviet Intervention was
wholly inevitable. If the United Nations army
passed beyond the narrow neck of the Korean
peninsula to the Manchurlan border.
These warnings were disregarded, at a cost
which cannot be estimated. But It Is at least
woi'.j Inquiring what Kennan considers the
probable Soviet reaction If the war Is now car-
ried to China and Manchuria. Allowing for the
difficulty of precisely reporting the views of an-
other, Kennan's opinions can be summarized a-
bout as follows: <
What happens in Asia Is certain to affect the
Kremlin's course, as it has always done In the
past. This is partly because of the political re-
lationship between China and the Soviet Union,
formalized by the Slno-Soviet pact, which the
Chinese would certainly Invoke, and which the
Soviets could dishonor only at great cost. But
the heart of the matter Is that Manchuria In-
volves not only Chinese but direct Soviet In-
terests.
This is why, of the measures proposed, Kennan
considers the bombing of Manchuria the key.
The Soviet strategic Interest In Manchuria der-
ives partly from the simple geographic relation-
ship between Manchuria and the Soviet East.
What Is more. Port Arthur is an important So-
viet port and naval base, and the Soviet com-
munication lines to Port Arthur cross Manchu-
ria. Thus attacks on Manchuria would force "a
most solemn decision" on the Kremlin.
In Kennan's known view, it Is almost Incon-
ceivable that the "solemn decision" would be
to do nothing at all. The Soviet decision might
take any one of a number of forms. Including
a decision to attack our own "privileged sanctua-
ry" in Japan. This would of course be the sig-
nal for the start of the third world war.
It is more likely, Kennan Is known to believe,
that the Soviet Siberian Air Force (possibly Lhln-
ly disguised In Chinese markings) would be given
a more limited mission. It would almost certain-
ly be thrown Into the battle over Manchuria and
North Korea, and It world very probably be or-
dered also to attack our ports and supply lines
in South Korea.
This In Itself might be enough to start general
war. If not, the same logic which demands at-
tacking Manchuria would even more insistently
demand attacks on the new "privileged sanctua-
ry"Soviet Siberia and the Soviet Siberian rail-
way.. This could hardly fall to start general war.
Kennan Is known lo agree that heavy air at-
tacks on United Nations forces from Manchu-
rlan bases would leave no alternative to count-
er-attacks on these bases. But such attacks have
not yet occurred, Itself a most significant fact.
Until or unless such attacks do occur, Kennan
is known strongly to believe that certain points
should be borne in mind.
For one thing, the ground rules under w/lch
the Korean war Is now being fought permit, us
unchallenged domination of the air and inviol-
ate bases and supply linesand such bases and
supply lines are far more Important to us than
to the lightly equipped Communists. For an-
other thing, Kennan doubts that carrying the
war to Manchuria and China, with no ground
troops other than Chiang Kai-shek's, could in
fact "end the war" and bring "victory."
Finally, If Kennan is as right as he was last
fan. at,.ticking atancouria would almost mathe-
matically lead to general war. Moreover, ihls
war would come under the worst possible con-
ditions, since our allies are undefended, and
rightly or wrongly, would hold us In part res-
ponsible for their rum.
As for the alternatives, Kennan believes that a
real political victory In Korea may soon be pos-
sible, if we do not again make the fatal mistake
of demanding "unconditional surrender." If not,
Kennan Is known to believe that we should noi.
edge Into war by the back door, but should use
the secret processes of diplomacy to confront
the real masters of the situation, the men In the
Kremlin, with the clear choice between war and
a modus Vivendi. Kennan may be entirely wrong
no man can always be right. But Kennan lias
very often been right in the past, and at least
his views merit serious and unemotional atten-
tion.
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune
Inc.)
^e WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y OIIW PIAHSON
Balloon Warfare
By Peter Edson
NEA Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON(NBA)Toy balloons the
kind sold by pitchmen at circuses are being
used In Increasing numbers to carry U. 8. mes-
sages behind the Iron Curtain. Started by the
European Marshall Plan organisation nearly a
year ago. this campaign has proved so surpris-
ingly successful that It will bo enlarged this
summer, with some new counter-propaganda
dodges.
Countries behind the Iron Curtain, In what
are now becoming known as "The Zombie slat-
es," have become so annoyed by the balloon pro-
paganda that they are trying to offset It. Com-
munist newspapers have pnbllcly denounced the
balloon barrage. Since the campaign utilized the
best "box top" technique of U. S. advertisers, by
asking finders to send back return cards, some
of the Baltic countries have tried to Impose
rigid postal censorship to catch anyone from the
east trying to communicate with anyone In the
west.
Perhaps the highest compliment paid to the
balloon messages from iree Europe has been *
warning carried in one Russian newspaper, tell-
ing their people that the cards were impregn-
ated with microbes. There was a further warn-
ing that this was oniy the beginning of a bacter-
iological warfare campaign that the western,
powers were planning to wage against the Soviet
Union.
The main Idea for this type 'of information
service grew out of a mobile caravan which the
Marshall Plan organization sent on a 6000-mre
tour of western Europe last summer. It visited
fairs in France, Belgium. Denmark, German;/,
Sweden and Austria.
Carrying Its own tent and motion picture
equipment, the caravan showed films on how
Europe was rebuilding under the Marshall Plan.
As a special attraction, visitors to the caravan
were given a free balloon to release. If they
would sign their names to the attached cards o
as to receive a return message from the finder.
Printed on the card, usually In four languages
German. Hungarian, Czech and Russianwas
a short text:
"With this balloon >ou receive a sincere greet-
ing from a peace-loving friend who has visited
the Marshall Plan exhibition. 'Europe Builds'
Our hope Is that one day p*P,e and 8"ds wl"
be able to pass the borders as freely as this ball-
oon can move over land and sea. When 'rede
barriers are reduced, production can Increase
It also means Increased employment and a high-
er living standard for all of us. The Marshall
Planfor a Democratic Peace."
About 400,000 of these toy balloons were re-
leased, beginning with the Brussels Fair In May.
The cost was about four and a half cents a
piece, paid for with counterpart fustds. An Itali-
an colony of balloon blowers was found In Swe-
den and brought to Paris to handle the Job. A
team of a dozen men was able to make aoout
8000 balloons a day, filling them with hydrogen.
Nobody knew how far the brightly colored
balloons would go. The best estimates were five
to 10 miles. When return cards began to come
In, however, distances of over 100 miles were re-
corded.
The return messages varied in content. The
big bulk came from east Germans living under
Soviet rule Some expressed hope that the Idea
of European unity would grow. Others expressed
despair, such as, "It will be a long time before
get true European peace."
Many finders returned messages telling of ths
misery In their communities. "I should mucn
prefer a balloon package containing the .things
we cannot buy In the Soviet zone," wrote an East
German woman.
A beet field worker In Poland and a German
burger at breakfast mia his wlte on Suntiuy
morning merely returned friendly greeting,
considering the whole business an amusing sou-
venir.
Some of the cards were found by deep-dyed
Communists who tried to reply with counter-
propaganda. One such ilnder wrote to the send-
er of his balloon that he was glad to have the
name and address and, "We'll take care of you
when the day comes."
Whetner tnis kind of propaganda Is worth its
cost and trouble Is debatable, It Is at best a
feeble ray of light, reaching only a few peopl*.
But it has penetrated the Iron Curtain wnen
nothing else has been able to get through.
It has also made some Communist authorities
Jittery. After balloons were released at the
Vienna Fair a few weeks ago, "Der Abend," Com-
munist zone dally paper warned its readers that
"The postcard Is meant to serve as an Identif-
ication to refugees from the People's Democrac-
ies.
"However silly the whole balloon device may
be," the editorial continued, "there Is no deny-
ing the fact that the campaign Is an assault on
the People's Democracies. Marshall Plan propa-
ganda is thus being smuggled across the fron-
tier against the will of the governments of the
neighboring states. And the way is being cleared
for American espionage."
If it bothers them that much, It may be worth
continuing.
ffHE WASHINGTON MERRY
Drew Pearson says: MacArthur's predictions re Chinese
Communists, made in Tokyo in 1949 to Congressional
delegation, recalled;. From long-range point of view
militarily, MacArthur almost sure to win present argu-
ment.
WASHINGTON. Nine months before the Korean war CHrt*
eral MacArthur predicted that the Chinese Communists could be
"easily defeated In any major conflict" and remarked that Chiang
Kai-shek "knew nothing about the art of warfare."
These amazing statements, exactly the opposite of what Mac
Arthur now professes to believe, are contained in a secret report,
to President Truman, submitted by Congressman Charles Deane of -
North Carolina in September 1949. Deane was head of a Congres-
sional delegation which called on MacArthur in Tokyo to get his ,
views.
Deane reported MacArthur as believing that the "Chines" _
Hods were greatly overrated and could be easily defeated In any '.
major conflict." Also that the "Soviets were powerless to conduct
a full-scale war on the China mainland."
But the most remarkable statement was MacArthur's refer-
ence to Invasion of the Chinese mainland. '.','
Deane quoted MacArthur directly as saying: "I consider
Chiang a highly intelligent leader. But he knows nothing about the
art of war. He is surrounded by corrupt officials and generals. His
troops are very Ineffective and poorly equipped."
As another example of MacArthur as a military prophet, Deane
reported to the President: "MacArthur said he did not think fJia
North Koreans would overrun the South Koreans, but that the
United States would have to support South Korea In the event Of
trouble."
The North Carolina Congressman also reported that It was
MacArthur's view that Russia had nothing to gain by taking over
South Korea. And that Russia was most Interested In Asia In nree
to gain access to a warm-water port on the Indian Ocean.
"Russia has shifted from Its generation-old policy of seeking .
ports on the Mediterranean to a new aim of driving for a waim-
water port on the Indian Ocean," Deane explained MacArthur's
reasoning.
NOTE: In a separate memo attached to Deane's secret report
to the President, the North Carolinian also complained about MaJ.
Gen. Charles Willoughby. MacArthur's heel-clicking Intelligent:*
chief who has now asked to be retired. At a military briefing,
Deane reported, Willoughby used a full colonel as a messenger boy
to Juggle the charts and snapped his fingers every time he wanted
the colonel to remove a chart. Deane also complained that Will-
oughby always seemed to be on the tennis court when the Con-
gressional delegation was looking for him. ,
INTERESTING QUOTATION
President Truman was all set to answer General MacArthur
with his own words at a press conference called Just after the'
General was fired.
Mr. Truman had an Interesting quotation from MacArthur
neatly typed out on a piece of paper and tucked Inside his coat
pocket when the press conference started, and he planned to read
It If newsmen asked him about the man he had Just fired. But
at the last minute the President changed his mind.
However, here Is MacArthur's own statement about the sup-
remacy of the President, which the president almost read, and
which was made by MacArthur In 1932: "The National strategy of ,.
any warthat Is, the selection of national objectives and the de-
termination of the general means and methods to be applied in
attaining them, as well as the development of the broad policies
applicable to the prosecution of the warare decisions that must
be made by the head of state... Coordinating army and navy ef-
fort could not be delegated by the commander-ln-chlef to any
subordinate authority. Any such attempt would not constitu*
delegation but rather abdication."
That's what MacArthur saidIn 1932.
Iff
MILITARY VINDICATION
Whether you are.fqr General MacArthur or not, It Is almost
certain that from a strictly military long-range point of view he
will win the present argument. No matter how you slice your bread
in Korea. MacArthur will probably end up with the buttered side;'
Here is the reason why:
Unless the U. N. wins an outstanding and easy victory, which >
Isn't likely, there are three possible military alternatives:
1. We will have to withdraw from Korea altogether. This will
be considered a victory for MacArthur, since his proponents will'
argue that if we had bombed Manchurlan bases we would not have
to withdraw'. ,,'.'.
' 2. There will be a stalemate. In this case MacArthur will also
be considered right In the eyes of many, who will argue that If W;.,
had bombed Chinese bases and used Chiang Kai-shek's troops, ..
there would have been no stalemate. '"*]
3. We will bomb Chinese bases. U. N. leaders have come part,.,.
way around toward doing this If, and It's an Important If, Red
Chinese start a real air offensive. In this case again, MacArthur ,.
will be considered the winner of the argument.
NOTEChief factor In Korea which many people lose sight of
is that use of an International police force which we have In Korea,-
Is bound to be difficult. The operation of the Allied command-ln_;;
1917-18 and In 1942-45 was also difficult. Too many people have to
be consulted. The U. N. Army In Korea Is the first real Intern-
atlonal police force since the Crusades, and a lot of discouraging ,P
pioneering Is necessary.
DIPLOMATIC PIPELINES
Secretary of State Acheson has asked the President to keep ,
him out of the MacArthur Senate hearings on far East policy. He
has told Truman that If absolutely necessary he will testify In op-
position to MacArthur but he fears this might play into the hand
of the Republicans now trying to picture MacArthur's firingas
having been inspired by the State Department. Actually Acheson
and MacArthur have been closer together on some Chinese, poRj-
les. such as blockade of all Chinese ports. In contrast the Jolfit
Chief of Staff, opposing both MacArthur ana Acheson after the
December defeat, wanted to pull out of Korea altogether... Bill
Bullltt, ex-Ambassador to Russia. has,flown to China on a myster-
ious but personal mission. Bullltt has been a spearhead of the
China lobby... Allied diplomats In Red China report there Isn't
the ghost of a chance to talk about a peace settlement until the
Chinese have taken a decisive defeat... Moscow Intelligence say
that the Soviet Air Force will produce a lot more long-range bomb-
ers, even at the expense of curtailing fighter-plane productioa
This Is the first tip-off that the polltburo plans transocean bomb-
ing, perhaps with something similar to our B-38.
(Copyright. 1951. by The BeU Syndicate. Inc.)

.


Los mdicos declararon
un paro general
La Asociacin Mdica Nacional se reuni esta maana en los
Irededores del Hospital Santo Toms y se deta'* .lnn;e*,"5'
ment en huelga en respaldo de la Constitucin de 19*S. Los m-
dico* declararon qne slo atendern los casos de e?^" '
nombraron las distintas comisiones dlriaridas a mantener el mxi-
mo funcionamiento de la huelga. __
Muchos mdicos no afiliados a la Asociacin Mdica Nacional
estuTieron presentes en la reunin y se adhirieron a la resoiu-
eln._____________________
Como a las 12:31 los mdicos todos abandonaban loa servicies
y te Miniaban a sus respectivas comisiones. A continuacin la
resolucin: ,
LA ASOCIACIN MEDICA NACIONAL DE LA REPBLICA
DE PANAMA,
considerando:
lo.Que el Presidente de la Repblica y su Gabinete acaban
de deroiar por medio de un Decreto la Constitucin rfente de
1MC, promulgada de acuerdo con todos los principios letales;
lo Que en el mismo decreto se pretende poner on view la
Constitucin de 1941 que dej de tener fuea legal:
So.Que es evidente v contra todo principio de orden y ra-
zn que laa constituciones no se pueden cambiar a voluntad del
rgano Ejecutivo:
4o.Que la Asociacin Mdica Nacional de la Repblica de
PAnam compuesta por hombres que obedecen como profesiona-
les y como ciudadanos a los dictados de pautas racionales y or-
denadas:
Resuelve:
lo.Protestar solemnemente ante la medida arbitraria de na
presidente y su gabinete al declarar derogada la Constitucin vi-
gente y sustituirla por otra.
2o.Recomendar a todos sus miembros cooperar con los or-
ganismos cvicos y partidos polticos que luchen por la legalidad]
y el orden garantizados por la Constitucin de 1946.
So.Declarar un paro general excepto en casos de emergen
iPasa a la Pgina 6. Columna O
(bscucht
diariamente a las S:3I
de la tarde.
DRAMA: AVENA QUAKER
que presenta:
EL HIJO PERDIDO
Escribe: Vera Fontanella.
Con Augusto White
y Anoland Daz.
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PANAMA. R. Pn MARTES, MAYO 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
"El decreto carece de
jur

Declaran Magistrados de
la Corte, Suplentes y
Conjueces a la Repblica
"La Constitucin reglamenta el medio de reformar-
la," expresan en una explicacin al pas
Los Magistrados, Suplentes y Conjueces de la Corte Suprema
de Justicia han dado a la publicidad el siguiente comunicado:
EXPLICACIN A LOS CIUDADANOS:
Los suscritos Magistrados, suplentes y Conjueces de 1
Corte Suprema de Justicia, a cuya corporacin la Cons-
titucin confia la guarda de su integridad, desean hacer
la siguiente explicacin al pas que confirma la repudia-
cin hecha por los Magistrados principales ayer.
Ayer, 7 de Mayo de 1951, fu expedido un acto deno-
minado "Decreto de Gabinete", acto desconocido en nues-
tro sistema constitucional, por el cual el Sr. Presidente
de la Repblica y los miembros de su Gabinete preten-
' den poner en vigencia la Constitucin de 1941, eliminando
algunos de sus ttulos, y derogando la Constitucin de
1M6 en parte, es decir, continuando en vigencia algunos
de sus ttulos.
La Constitucin reglamenta el medio de reformarla,
a saber: Acto Legislativo expedido por la Asamblea Na-
cional en dos sesiones ordinarias, entre las cuales debe
haber una nueva eleccin de diputados.
No habindose seguido ese sistema, taxativamente
contemplado en la Constitucin, todo lo hecho por el Pre-
sidente y su Gabinete carece de valor jurdico.
Panam, 8 de Mayo de 1951.
Firmado:
ERA8M0 DE LA GUARDIA, ENRIQUE G. ABRAHAMS,
Presidente. Vice-Presidente.
CARLOS V. BIEBERACH FRANCISCO A. FILOS,
Magistrado. .Magistrado.
RICAino A.WRALES, mk AM A. MOLINO,
Magistrado. s Suplente.
LUIS MORALES HERRERA,
Son empujados los rojos a
doce millas del Paralelo 38
Pero se espera de
stos un contra-
ataque pronto
Suplente.
JUAN J. AMADO,
Conjuez.
LORENZO HINCAPI,
Conjuez.
PEDRO MORENO CORREA,
Conjuez.
CARLOS ICAZA A.,
Conjuez
EDUARDO CHIARI,
Conjuez
HUMBERTO ECHEVER6 V.,
Conjuez.
VICTOR F. GOYTIA,
Conjuez.
El Magisterio Panameo, los
profesores e inspectores se
declaran en huelga general
Ello hasta tanto se retorne a la vigencia de la
Constitucin del ao de 1946
Los Constituyentes
de 1946 protestan
Los Constituyentes de 1948,
han suscrito la siguiente pro-
testa por el derrocamiento de
la Constitucin de 1946. Se nos
advirti con respecto a esta
protesta, que no lleva la firma
de todos los constituyentes, por-
que unos estn en el Interior y
otros en el exterior.
" He aqu el texto de la protes-
ta:
A LA NACIN
Nosotros los que, como repre-
sentantes legtimos del pueblo
panameo, redactamos, frma-
me* y juramos la Constitucin
'Pasa a I Pac Col.
MANIFIESTO AL PAS
Ante los graves sucesos ocurri-
dos en la noche de ayer, que
dieron al traste con la Constitu-
cin del 46, y ante el retorno a
la constitucin de corte faelsta
del 41, el estudiantado paname-
o, que siempre se ha distingui-
do por su celo patritico como
salvaguarda de los altos Intere-
ses nacionales, hoy pisoteados
por el Infame rgimen pname-
lsta. considera oportuno diri-
girse en esta hora critica a los
hombres y mujeres libres del
pals, para manifestar nuestro
total repudio al rgimen Impe-
rante.
Asi mismo expresamos nuestro
inquebrantable propsito de con-
tinuar la lucha hasta tanto se
retorne a la Constitucin del 46
v se consiga la expulsin del
dictador Arnulfo Arlas como me-
*asa la Par r rol I-
Ocho partidos polticos se
declaran opuestos a que se
derogue la Constitucin Nal.
Con motivo de haber decla-
rado el Poder Ejecutivo la de-
rogatoria de la Constitucin
Nacional de 1946, para susti-
tuirla por la de 1941, los par-
tidos Nacional Revolucionarlo
Liberal Nacional, Union Popu-
lar v Socialista suscribieron una
resolucin para expresar su voz
de protesta por tan trascenden-
tal medida histrica.
La citada resolucin conjun-
ta lleva las firmas de los. res-
pectivos Jefes de esos parti-
dos polticos y fueron dadas a
la publicidad en la madruga-
da de hoy.
La parte expositiva dice lo
siguiente:
RESUELVE:
lo.Protestar de la manera
ms enrgica y decidida de es-
te acto dictatorial del rgimen
que detenta el poder.
2o.Luchar por todos los me-
dios que estn a su alcance,
para mantener el imperio de
la Constitucin de 1946 en toda
la Repblica, e Impedir que st
consuma su derogacin, en todo
o en parte, y
3o.Solicitar de los Coman-
dantes de la Polica Nacional,
de su oficialidad y agentes de
ese digno cuerpo; que se opon-
gan a la consumacin de este
atentado contra la dignidad
nacional y el rgimen c >ubli-
cano. y pedir al PUEBLO PA-
NAMEO en general que res-
palde con su apoyo moral y
material, la actitud que la Po-
lica Nacional asuma en defen-
sa de nuestra CARTA CONSTI-
TUCIONAL de 1946.
Tambin expidieron sendas
resoluciones de protesta el Par-
tido Revolucionario Indepen-
diente, el Frente Patritico, el
Liberal Nacional y el Renova-
dor. En total, ocho partidos po-
lticos se manifestaron en con-
tra de la medida.
El Partido Revolucionarlo Au-
tntico, por su parte
TOKIO, Mayo 8 (UP) Ls
fuerzas de las Naciones Unicl.s
empujaron a los comunistas a
i2 millas del Paralelo 38 en una
contra-ofensiva en el frente oc-
cidental de Corea al norte de
Sel.
Otras unidades aliadas avan-
zaron por la costa oriental Imi-
ta un punto a nueve millas al
noite del Paralelo y estuvieron
atacando a los rojos a todo lo
la i go del frente con poderosas
patrullas.
Los ejrcitos de las Naclo/i. s
Unidas ya han logrado recupe-
iai casi la mitad del terreno
tu( perdieron al norte de Sel,
curaale la primera fase de Ja
jlensiva uc primavera de ios
comunistas. Pero hay informes
de que loa rojos cesarn su re-
latada y volvern a atacar ha-
cia el sur en la segunda fase
e su ofensiva antes de 48
horas.
Ms- de 3,000 vehculos comu-
nistas fueron divisados duran-
ts la noche transportando re-
fuerzos comunistas y abasteci-
mientos.
Las fuerzas de las Nacin-s
Unidas con un fuerte apoyo de
la aviacin, tanques y artillera
avanzaron 16 millas al norte de
oel en el segundo da de su
limitada contraofensiva destl-
ela a acabar con la amen-.za
comunista contra Sel.
La 5a. Fuerza Area Inform
(Pasa a la Pag. t. Cal. S)
El Procurador se
solidariza con la
H. Corte Suprema
El Licenciado Victor A. de
Len, entreg a la prensa las si-
guientes declaraciones:
En el banquete celebrado en
honor de la Constitucin Nacio-
nal el da lo. de Marzo del co-
rriente ao, exteriorizaron todos
los asistentes su propsito deci-
dido e Inquebrantable de respe-
tarla y defenderla, por estn
considerada como alto exponen-1
te del sentido de la verdadera
democracia en la vida de la Re-
publica.
Como figuro entre los eluda-
danos y l funcionarios presen-
tes en ese acto estimo que los
Imperativos de la dignidad civi- |
ca y mis convicciones jurdicas I
me obligan a repudiar, en la
misma forma que lo han hecho
los honorables Magistrados de la
Corte Suprema de Justicia, el.
Decreto de Gabinete con que se
ha pretendido abolir dicho Es
tatto.
Panam, 8 de Mayo de 1951.
V. A. de Len S..
Procurador General de la
Nacin.
Numerosas mujeres miembros
de diferentes partidos piden
respaldo a la Corte Suprema
"Crimen de lesa patria se intenta cometer", decla-
ran en un comunicado a la Repblica
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido el siguiente comunica-
do que fue trado personalmen-
te a esta redaccin por un gru-
po numeroso de distinguidas
damas panameas:
Protesta de la mujer
panamea
Las suscritas, miembros to-
das de diferentes partidos po-
lticos y agrupaciones .ivicas
nacionales, pero unidas en un
sentimiento patritico de indig-
nacin ante los acontecimientos
Fu inaugurada la
Convencin del
comercio hoy
En la maana de hoy qued
Inaugurada la Convencin de la
Cmara de Comercio de las
Americas en el edificio de la
Cmara de Comercio, Agricultu-
ra e Industrias de Panam, ubi-
cado en la Plaza Bellsario Po-
rras.
A este acto asistieron el pre-
sidente de la Repblica, Dr. Ar-
nulfo Arlas y todos los miembros
de su Gabinete. El Dr. Arlas pro
nuncio un discurso declarando
Inaugurada la Convencin. Tam-
bin hizo uso de la palabra el
seor J. Kennard Johnson, Pre-
sidente de la Cmara de Co-
mercio de las Americas.
Al terminar la sesin se sirvi
una copa de champaa para los
Invitados, entre los cuales se en-
contraban altos funcionarios de
la Zona del Canal, los miembros
del Cuerpo Consular y Diplo-
mticos y los miembros de la
Cmara de Comercio.
polticos que se han venido des-
arrollando en los ltimos dias,
que han culminado en el des-
conocimiento por parte del ac-
tual gobierno, de la Constitu-
cin de 1946 y la puesta en
vigencia arbitrariamente de
la Constitucin de 1941, acto
que no solamente contraria el
orden institucional de la Re-
pblica y pone en evidencia el
absoluto Irrespeto que le me-
recen al actual gobierno de Ar-
nulfo Arlas la voluntad popu-
lar y la felicidad del pueblo
Cameno, sino que lesiona la
ildad nacional ante el con-
cierto de las naciones del or-
be, establece un orden dicta-
torial que defrauda los senti-
mientos democrticos del pue-
blo panameo y las aspiracio-
nes de libertad de todas las de-
mocracias del mundo, manifes-
tamos nuestra inconformidad
ms absoluta por todo este es-
tado de cosas, y hacemos un
llamado urgente a toda las
mujeres panameas sin distin-
gos de ninguna clase, para que
respalden a la Corte Suprema
de Justicia y a todos los gru-
pos que se han manifestado
en oposicin abierta con el cri-
men de lesa patria que se in-
tenta perpetrar en el actual
momento de crisis nacional.
Mujeres panameas: A unirse
todas contra la dictadura, por
la patria, por el decoro nacio-
nal, por la causa de la demo-
cracia que hoy se defiende con
sangre en un frente de batalla
y con la fuerza de la resisten-
cia cvica en los pueblos dig-
nos de la tierra.
Georgina Jimnez de Lpez,
Otilia de Tejelra, Magdalena
Cont de Duque, Cecilia Ori-
(Pasa a la Pg. CeL
Mantiene la mayora de la
Asamblea que el Dr. Arnulfo
Arias dej de ser Presidente
Asistieron a sus
despachos cuatro
Magistrados hoy
Tanto los Magistrados de la
Honorable Corte Suprema de
Justicia como el Procurador, los
Fiscales y Jueces se encontra-
ban esta maana al frente de
sus despachos en el Palacio de
Justicia tramitando los negocios
en estudio.
Esta actitud de los miembros
del Poder Judicial y del Minis-
terio Pblico era considerada
como una protesta por la dero-
gacin de la Constitucin de
1948. A la entrada del Palacio
de Justicia se encontraban guar
dando el orden fuerzas arma-
das.
El Tribunal del
Trabafo respalda
a la C. Suprema
Publicamos a continuacin el
siguiente comunicado:
"Los suscritos, Magistrados del
Tribunal Superior del Trabajo
declaran pblicamente su abso-
luta sVdarldad con el repudio
de la Corte Suprema de Justicia
a hecho del Decreto de Gabine-
te, mediante el cual se pretende
subvertir el orden jurdico exis-
tente, derogando la Constitu-
cin de 1948, actualmente en vi-
gencia".
Panam 8 de Mayo de 1951.
ngel Sacre T. Presidente
Hermgenes de la Rosa, Vi-
ce Presidente;
Alfredo E CahHfio, Magis-
trado.
Se halla Cordel.
Hull en estado de
mucha gravedad
(Pasa a la Pag. *. OM. 4) cardiacas"
WASHINGTON, Mayo 8 (UP'
Se ha informado que Jot-
Ul Hull, de 79 aos de edad,
cx-Sccietario de Estado y "pa-
irs de las Naciones Unidas," se
encuentra en "condicin crti-
c*" en el Hospital Naval de Be-
uicsda.
Cn portavoz del hospital "jo
jjc aunque Hull se encuentra
consciente y todava razona, fla-
t "en la lista de los enfer.nos
graves'.
Corell HuM est sufriendo de
'Infeccin aguda de las vas
expidi respiratorias con complicaciones
La Siguiente resolucin de la
Asamblea Nacional de Panam
fu aprobada por una mayora
de diputados, protestando por
la derogatoria de la Constitu-
cin de 1946.
A continuacin reproducimos
la resolucin aludida
RESOLUCIN
LA ASAMBLEA NACIONAL
DE PANAMA.
CONSIDERANDO:
1Que en la tarde de ayer
el Dr. Arnulfo Arlas M.. hasta
ese momento Presidente de la
Repblica, dict un decreto en
asocio de los miembros ael Ga-
binete, por medio del cual pre-
tende derogar la Constitucin
expedida por la Asamblea Na-
cional Constituyente en 1948;
2Que en la noche del 24 de
noviembre de 1948 el Dr. Arnul-
fo Arlas Madrid jur ante este
augusto cuerpo, cumplir y ha-
cer cumplir la Constitucin del
48.
3Que el acto del Dr. Arnulfo
Arlas M. que motiva este docu-
mento es no solo un condenable
abuso de poder sino una anti-
patritica decisin que amenaza
la paz pblica, compromete gra-
vemente la economa nacional,
agrava la crisis fiscal, socava el
crdito de la Repblica y hace
ms precaria la vida de las cla-
ses trabajadoras:
4Que el pueblo panameo.
esencialmente democrtico no
puede aceptar la instauracin de
una tirana de tipo totalitario,
que no otra cosa es lo que pre-
tende el Dr. Arlas Madrid.
RESUELVE:
lo.Que al desconocer la
Constitucin Nacional qu jur
cumplir, el doctor Arnulfo A-
rlas ha dejado de ser Presl-
fPasa a la Pgina fc. Colanilla 7)
Ins Lowe es la
Princesa de la
Colonia China
COLON, mayo 8 (RPA) El
sbado pasado, en medio de
gran entusiasmo, fue escogida la
Princesa de la Colonia China en
la persona de la distinguida da-
mlta Ins Lowe, quien prestigia-
r todas las actividades que se
desarrollarn en la pagoda cons-
truida en los terrenos de la Fe-
ria de Coln.
Como damas de honor fueron
escogidas las seoritas Rita Ng.
Rose Lee y Angela Ho. La se-
orita Ins Lowe ha sido invi-
tada a la coronacin de Su Ma-
jestad Gioconda la., acto que
tendr lugar el sbado 12 a las
8:00 p.m. en el gimnasio del
I Colegio Abel Bravo.
No ha conseguido
mayora absoluto
Vctor Estensoro
LA PAZ. Mayo 8 (UP) Vic-
tor Paz Estenssorro, eandldcto
del Movimiento Nacional Re o-
idcionarlo, continu mantenin-
dose a la cabeza de las elerco-
nes, pero todava no ha coi.se-
uicio la mayora absoluta q :e
exije la ley-
Al menos que Paz Estensscm
consiga ms de la mitad del
ioUl de votos, el Congreso eli-
lr nuevo Presidente.
Los ltimos Informes lndlcn
ue Estenssoro tiene 44.155 vo' i
Gabriel Gosalvez, 28.278: Ber-
.tardino Bilbao, 9,687. Toms
E.'o. 4.820, Guillermo Outlnrz.
5.002 y Jos Antpnlo Arze 1,188.
Faz Estenssoro. quien estuvo
exilado cinco aos en Bue.ns
Ai.es, neg que el es pro-sov.-
Uc. Dijo que per el contra in,
ou posicin internacional era
int(-sovitica y de acuerdo :tr.
U "realidad continental".
El General Douglas
MacArthur devuelve
su avin "Bataan"
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 8 (OWi
Li Edecn del General Do-
blas MacArthur anunci que el
Central ha ordenado que su a-
vion militar, el CostellaMm
"BaUan", sea devuelto al Je
parlamento de Defensa.
El Mayor General Courtney
Whitney. Edecn de MacArthv.t
uljo que el avin saldra t v
oc el aeropuerto lntemacioi al
ce Nueva York hacia Wash-
ington.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS DE
38,400
------------ i ------------
Por subvertir el orden
jurdico constitucional
se sostiene en demanda
Fue presentada en la maana de hoy ante la Ho-
norable Corte Suprema de Justicia
A la Honorable Corte Suprema de Justicia se
present hoy una demanda en la que se pide la
declaratoria de inconstitucionalidad del Decreto de
Gabinete dictado anoche, por el cual se dispuso que
quedaba sin efecto la Constitucin de 1946 y se
pone en vigor la Constitucin de 1941.
Se mantiene en dicha demanda que el decreto
referido viola el articulo 19 de la Constitucin que
ordena que "las autoridades de la Repblica de-
ben cumplir y hacer cumplir la Constitucin." Se
afirma a este respecto en dicha demanda que cuan-
do las autoridades "se arrojan por el camino de la
Dictadura ejecutan un acto inconstitucional y anti*
jurdico."
Se sostiene tambin en la demanda que el de-
creto viola el artculo 256 de la Constitucin de
1946 que establece el trmite que debe seguirse pa-
ra reformar la Constitucin.
Esta demanda ha sido presentada por loi ciu-
dadanos panameos, seores Humberto E. Ricord,
Digenes Dueas y Eloy Benedetti.
SE DEMANDA LA INCONSTITUCIONALIDAD
DEL DECRETO DE GABINETE, DE 7 DE
MAYO DE 1951, QUE DECLARA SIN EFEC-
TOS LA CONSTITUCIN DE 1948.
Honorables Ministrado* de la Corte Suprema de Justicia:
Nosotros, HUMBERTO R. RICORD, panameo, vecino de esta
ciudad y portador de la Cdula de Identidad Personal No.
17-34255; DIOGENES DUEAS ROVIRA, panameo, vecino de
esta ciudad y portador de la Cdela de Identidad Personal No.
JO-996, v ELOY BENEDETTI, panameo, vecino de esta ciudad y
Hurtador de la Cdula de Identidad Personal No........en nues-
tro carcter de ciudadanos panameos v abocados de esta loca
lidad, respetuosamente solicitamos a la Honorable Corte Supre-
(Pasa a la pasma i columna t)
El Secretario de Gobierno
hace declaraciones en torno
a la situacin que prevaleces
En la maana de hoy se acer-
c a nuestra redaccin el Se-
cretario del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia quien nos de-
clar lo siguiente en torno a
la situacin actual.
De todo el pas se estn reci-
biendo manifestaciones de en-
tusiasmo adhesin al Gobier-
no Nacional con motivo d;l
restablecimiento de la Consti-
tucin de 1951 Aun cuando
reina completa calma en toda
la Repblica, el Ejecutivo est
en autos de que 'se est ges-
tando un levantamiento insti-
gado por los Comunistas nacio-
nales y agentes internacionales
en concomitancia con sectores
polticos adversos a la admi-
nistrando .. con propsitos de
sembrar el desorden y el caos,
.con el consiguiente perjuicio
para la tranquilidad nacional,
para la seguridad del Estado y
del Can-.l de Panam. Ante
esta situacin el Gobierno na-
cional est tomando las medi-
das adecuadas para impedir la
consumacin de tan nefastos
(Has i Par Col 'i >
Sern prohibidos
los embarques a
la China Roja
NACIONES KTCAS, Mayo S
(UP)Oran Bretaa y Francia
declararon que apoyan comple-
tamente el plan norte-america-
no para prohibir los embarques
de materiales estratgicos a la
China Comunista, abandonan-
do la oposicin que hablan man-
tenido hasta ahora respecto a
esas promesas.
El delegado Britnico, Sir
Gladwyn Jebb y Francis Lacosta
indicaron que apoyaban el plan
norte-americano, en la reunin
de la Comisin de Sanciones de
las Naciones Unidas.
La propuesta norte-americana
presentada por el delegado Er-
nest Gross, dispone que se pro-
hiban los embarques de armas,
cPa h Par Coi J
En ceremonia extraordinaria
y de gran esplendor coronan
el doce a la Reina de Coln
En el escenario del Colegio Abel Bravo se est
construyendo el vistoso y original trono
COLON, mayo 8. (RPA).
El sbado a las ft de la no-
che tendr lugar la coronacin
de Su Majestad Gioconda la,
Reina de la Feria de Coln, en
el gimnasio del Colegio Abel
Bravo, en cuyo escenarlo se
viene construyendo el vistoso y
original trono, obra del profe-
sor Jos Aranda Klee
Corresponder al Ministro de
Agricultura y Comercio, coronar
la reina Gioconda la., por
gentil Invitacin del comit e-
Jecutivo y del club Los Ti-
gres, la que acept muy gus-
tosamente ese alto funcionarlo.
Para el acto de coronacin
el club Los Tigres ha confec-
cionado un programa de varie-
dades en el cual tomarn par-,
tlclpacln destacadas artistas
nacionales y extranjeras. La
Banda Republicana participar
en el espectculo al igual que
el coro del colegio Abel Bravo.-
En calidad de Invitadas da
(Pasa a la Pag. (. Cet )


'
PAUINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
.MARTES, MATO 8, 15I ^
PanamaAmrca
MAMO INDirEMMSNTB
HAKMOOIO KIA. ,.IC1W
EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. A.
TcurfONc 2-074O icentaai pbivoai Atdo Roetai no. 1S4
/ EN mu talleres situado en ceta ciudad, calle H. no 57
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que se ees dirijan, wbre tpicos de inters trsneral.
que no sean demasiado extensa*
EL GOLPE DE ESTADO
Con motivo de los acontecimientos de ayer que
culminaron con la alteracin del orden constitucio-
nal de la Repblica consideramos oportuno mani-
festar la posicin de este peridico frente al golpe
de Estado.
En vista de que con anterioridad, cuando los
rumores comenzaron a circular en el pas hace al-
gunos meses sobre la posible subversin del orden
jurdico nacional nosotros expusimos en dos oca-
siones nuestro criterio al respecto, nos parece ade-
cuado reproducir una vez ms la opinin de "El
Panam-Amrica", la cual est expresada en nues-
tro editorial del 5 de abril:
"Se viene hablando en determinados sectores de
"la conveniencia'1 de derogar la Constitucin actual
para sustituirla por la de 1941, sin que se siga el pro-
cedimiento que para su reforma estatuye la Carta
vigente. Tal sugestin es eminentemente perjudicial
para los intereses de la Repblica. Aparte del hecho
de que si as se procediera se acentuara la confu-
sin, la inquietud y la desconfianza, el pas sufrira
en su prestigio, en su buen nombre, en su estabilidad
econmica e institucional.
An cuando existen indicios de que en las altas
esferas oficiales no hay la intencin de adoptar ese
camino, vale la pena hacer presente que no se trata
de determinar si una de esas constituciones es me-
jor o peor que la otra. No se cambia la Constitucin
como se cambia de camisa. La razn es obvia.
Porque hay cierta semejanza entre lo que aho-
ra se sugiere y lo que se intim en Octubre del ao
pasado, reproducimos aqu nuestro editorial publica-
do en aquella ocasin y que lleva el mismo ttulo:
"En los ltimos das se ha sugerido que una
de las posibles soluciones para los males que
aquejan a la Repblica sera la clausura de la
Asamblea Nacional. Nos resistimos a creer que
se haya pensado seriamente en tal posibilidad.
Debe ser ms bien una sugestin frivola, impen-
sada, que es resultado del ambiente de confusin
que existe en el pas.
"Debe tenerse presente que el mero rumor
de que haya quien piense en que puedan descar-
tarse los mandatos constitucionales, aparte de
la cuestin importante de los principios, envuel-
ve dao grave a los intereses de los asociados,
al buen nombre y al prestigio de la Nacin. Ru-
mores de esa ndole, aunque carezcan de todo
fundamento, son ea extremo perniciosos. Si es-
to es as con respecto a los meros rumores, ms
o menos annimos, con mucha mayor razn en
los casos en que se manifieste una tendencia en
ese sentido.
"Nadie niega que el pas necesita estabili-
dad poltica y estabilidad social para poder res-
tablecer la confianza y la tranquilidad, que son
absolutamente indispensables para el progreso
humano. Con las exaltaciones momentneas, con
los gestos impensados, con los rumores absur-
dos, no conseguimos otra cosa que crear situa-
ciones alarmantes que destruyen la posibilidad
de toda labor constructiva.
"Nos resistimos a creer que elementos res-
ponsables hayan pensado en el desatino de arre-
glar nuestros problemas mediante la clausura
de la Asamblea. Nos ocupamos del tema, slo
para insistir en que la mera posibilidad de ru-
mores de esa ndole causan daos incalculables
a nuestras instituciones y al desarrollo del pas.
"Por razn de los apremiantes problemas
de poltica mundial que se plantean actualmen-
te, los hombres de negocios en otras latitudes
han comprendido que por el momento son pocos
los pases donde sus inversiones encontraran
cierta proteccin. Bien podra Panam contarse
entre stos. Sin embargo, nosotros mismos nos
encargamos de subrayar el hecho de que care-
cemos de estabilidad poltica y social." _
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SE REFIERE AL CARGO
DE MAGISTRADO
Panam, mayo 5 de 181.
Estimado Sr. Director:
Con el mayor respeto solicito
la hospitalidad de las colum-
nas de su muy acreditado dia-
rio a fin de hacer una aclara-
cin con respecto al denuncio
que he presentado ante la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente
contra los Magistrados suplen-
tes de la Corte Suprema de
Justicia, seores Carlos V. Ble-
barach y Francisco A. Filos, y
al comentario sobre el mismo
que aparece en "La Estrella de
Panam" de ayer.
Se basa este denuncio pre-
sentado por m en el hecno
fle que dichos Magistrados su-
plentes de la Corte estn ac-
tuando en .csi alta corporacin
y al mismo tiempo q' devengan
sueldo del Gebirrn continan
percibiendo sueldo de una em-
presa privada, lo que en mi
concepto, aparte de constituir
una violacin flagrante de dis-
posicin constitucional termi-
nante, est -en pugna con los
ms elementales principios de
moral administrativa.
Veamos lo que dicen los ar-
tculos pertinentes de la Cons-
titucin Nacional. El articulo
172 lee asi:
"Los cargos del orden judi-
cial son incompatibles con cual-
quier otro cargo retribuido, ex-
cepto lo dispuesto en el artcu-
lo 188. con el ejercicio de la
abogaca o del comercio y con
toda participacin en la pol-
tica, salvo la emisin del voto
en las elecciones".
Y el 168, mencionado por el
172. dice lo siguiente:
"Los Magistrados principales
no podrn desempear ningn
otro cargo pblico durante el
periodo para el cual han sido
nombrados, excepto el de pro-
fesor para la enseanza del
Derecho en establecimiento de
educacin universitaria".
Concepto errado
Al estudiar el denuncio plan-
teado por mi la subcomisin de
la Legislativa Permanente ma-
nifiesta que r"e la lectura del
artculo 168 se desprende que
la prohibicin contenida en el
articulo 172 de la Constitucin
Nacional es nicamente para los
Magistrados principales y no
para los suplentes, pues "no se
escap, sin duda alguna al
Constituyente que si la prohi-
bicin contenida en esa* dis-
posiciones se extendiera hasta
los suplentes nadie aceptara
una suWeneia, por cuanto ello
significara que para te^er de-
recho a ocupar transitoriamente
una plaza en el orden judicial
por el tiempo mximo da dos
meses en cada veinticuatro me-
ses, debera el suplente abste-
nerse de ocupar cualquier otro
cargo retribuido, de ejercer la
abogaca, de ejercer el comer-
cio... Y si entendida la prohi-
bicin en forma tan absoluta
se aplicara a los "jupenles"
cabe preguntar: de (u vivi-
ra un suplente durante veinti-
ds meses cada veinticuatro me-
ses, si no puede ocupar otro
cargo retribuido ni puede eier-
cer la abogaca ni puede ejer-
cer el comercio?
Interpretacin correcta
De la cita transitoria se pue-
de ver que la subcomisin se
apart del punto neurlgico de
la cuestin o sea de que las
Magistrados suplentes, mientras
estn actuando y solamente du-
rante ase tiempo, tro deben de-
vengar dos sueldos, por res-
peto a la misma dignidad y
decoro del cargo y para no ex-
poner en forma ni grado al-
guno la necesaria y absoluta
Independencia de criterio con
que deben siempre inspirarse
todas sus actuaciones, indepen-
dencia que el Constituyente tu-
vo especial empeo en jsegu-
rar a los miembros del r-
gano Judicial.
I Nunca he pretendido, ni pre-
bendo, que mientras no est ac-
tuando un Magistrado suplen-
te no puede ejercer una pro-
fesin o el comercio, o poseer
un cargo retribuido, ya que es-
timo que el alcance de la pro-
hibicin constitucional conteni-
da en el Artculo 172 es sola-
mente para los casos en qur
I suplente se encuentra ejer-
ciendo la magistratura. Obsr-
vese el lenguaje amplio de ese
articulo: "loa cargos del orden
judicial son incompatibles. "
Por otra parte, de aceptar-
se el criterio de la subcomisin
y llevarse hasta su lgica con-
clusin el Informe de la sub-
comisin hasta ahora no ha
sido considerado por la comi-
sin en pleno en espera de una
opinin de la comisin codifi-
cadora quiere decir que. un
suplente mientras est actuan-
do, no slo puede tener otro
| cargo retribuido, sino que con
I igual derecho podra ejercer el
comercio y la abogaca si asi
lo deseare, ya que las disposi-
ciones del artculo 172 abar-
caran esos otros aspectos por
Igual...
No quiero terminar sin an-
tes reconocer pblicamente que
el Presidente de la Comisin Le-
gislativa Permanente. Honora
ble Diputado Heraclio Barletta,
ha venido tramitando este de-
nuncio con toda ecuanimidad y '
amplitud de criterio, y que en
su deseo de llegar a una con-
clusin Jurdica y correcta a-:
cerca del mismo ha querido que
la comisin antes de pronun-
ciarse definitivamente sobre l
se asesore con los miembros de
la Comisin Codificadora, per-
sonas todas dignas de conside-
racin por su preparacin, con-
sagracin y patriotismo.
Agradeciendo la favorable a-
coglda que usted se sirva dis-
pensar a sta, soy d;l seor
director, muy atentamente,
Carlos Mir,
47-7510.
Varios gobierno^ rusos que
se oponen a los soviticos
se constituyen en el exilio
La neutralidad de
Irak es imposible
en caso de guerra
BAGDAD,Mayo 8 (UP)
El Primer Ministro, Nourls El
Said. Indic que la neutralidad
de Irak .crja Imposible en ca-
so de guerra entre el Oriente y
el Occidente.
Dijo que "si la neutralidad
fuera posible, seria el prime-
ro en abogar por ella, pero la
neutralidad requiere la fuerza
para rechazar al agresor en
defensa del pas. Mientras Per-
sia est segura, no habr pe-
ligro para Irak, pero si Persia]
se desploma, la guerra se ex-
tendera a Irak- y a los pases
ms all de l. Las meras de-
claraciones de neutralidad no
detendrn a los ejrcitos com-
batientes".
El Primer Ministro, hablando
en la Cmara de Diputados, a
gregn que las obligaciones ad-
quiridas por Irak mediante tra-
tados no requieren que las fuer-
zas del pas vayan al extran-
jero.
Expres que "ciertos requisi-
tos para un ejrcito, 'ncluyen-
do armas y equipos, aban
sido pedidos y que parte de
ellos estaban al llegar. Aad)
que otros <-endrn ms tarde"
Declar que el pais ha to-
mado "las medidas 'ecesarlas"
para que su ejrcito pueda es-
tar preparado para defender a
Irak. Al mismo tiempo pidi la
unidad de todas.las clases den-
tro del pais.
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Por O. M. MARASH1AN
(N.A.N.A.J
EL CAIRO, Mayo (EPSi Se
encuentran en proceso de lor-
maclon gobiernos antlcomurns-
tas en el exilio, que represen-
tan grupos nacionales dentro de
la Union Sovitica. Segn cr-
culos norteamericanos en esta
ciudad, dichos gobiernos estn
constituyndose en distintas ca-
pitales del mundo. ,
Organizaciones polticas y l-
deres de algunas de las rep-
blicas de la Unin Sovitica, que
lograron escapar al mundo li-
bre y c-ue han continuado sus
actividades antirrusas en el ex-
tranjero desde la segunda d-
cada del presente siglo, estn
trabajando en el mayor secreto
para preparar la maquinarla de
dichos gobiernos y allanarle el
camino al reconocimiento legal
de los mismos.
Estas organizaciones han a-
bordado al Departamento de
Estado de los Estados Unidos, en
busca de apoyo y reconocimien-
to para los gobiernos libres, una
vez que se haya hecho pblica
la constitucin de stos.
Los Estados Unidos, que no
han reconocido todava la ane-
xin de Lltuania, Letonla y Es-
tonia por parte de Rusia, lleva-
da a cabo en 1940, deben hacer
extensivo el no reconocimiento
a los territorios ocupados por
los bolcheviques inmediatamen-
te despus de la revolucin, se-
gn dicen los grupos separatistas
que se oponen ai Kremlin en el
extranjero. Especficamente, se
nombra a la Ucrania, el Cuca-
so y el Asia Central entre di-
chos territorios.
Los primeros gobiernos que se
formarn en el extranjero se-
rn los de la Ucrania Libre,
probablemente en el Canad o
en los Estados Unidos; los de as
repblicas musulmanas del Asia
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meros sntomas y reptalo si es
necesario, para que el alivio
contine.
Alka-Seltzer contiene substan-
cias, alcalinas que neutralizan el
exceso de acidez gstrica, y tdt-
ms tiene un analgsico quf ali-
via prontamente el dolor de
cabeza. Doblt tecin que con-
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tarro. Y como Alka-Seltzer es
inofensivo 7 no es laxante se
puede tomar a cutlquitr hora.
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Central,1 que se constituirn en
uno de los paises del Mediano
Oriente, y ios de Armenia y
Georgia, que se .constituirn
probablemente en Pars. Todos
estos paises, que actualmente
forman parte de la Unin So-
vitica, -fueron Independientes
en los aos entre 1917 y 1922.
Los comunistas rusos se los ane-
xaron uno tras otros mediante
pequeas revoluciones, purgas o
el Ejrcito Rojo, de modo no
muy distinto a la suerte corri-
biernos fuera de la Unin Sovi-
la Europa oriental, despus de
la segunda guerra mundial.
Aunque los Estaos Unidos no
ha asumido el llderato para
ayudar a que se constituyan
los gobiernos libres, varios fun-
cionarlos del Departamento de
Estado norteamericano han in-
dicado que los gobiernos en el
exilio contaran con gran esti-
mulo de parte de las demoora-
clas occidentales. Se Informa
que los funcionarlos del Depar-
tamento de Estado estn discu-
tiendo si se justifica legalmente
el reconocimiento de estos go-
bltrnos fuera de la Unin Sovi-
tica, mientras los Estados Uni-
dos sigan reconociendo al go-
bierno central de Mosc.
Las partidarios de los grupos
anticomunistas exilados creen
que no hay nada que Impida
que los Estados Unidos o las
democracias occidentalts reco-
nozcan a los gobiernos libres.
Los pases occidentales, segn
se seala, tiene representantes
diplomticos slo en Mosc, ca-
pital de la Repblica Socialista
Sovitica Rusa, no tenindolos
en ninguna de las otras rep-
blicas.
DEARBORN, Mayo (Export News Service) El CONSUL,
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o completamente moderno, es la adicin ms reciente a la
linea de la Ford Motor Company Ltd. de Dagenhatti, Ingla-
terra, y actualmente se est introduciendo en el mercado de
la Amrica Latina. Incorpora caractergsticas que nunca se
habita incluido en la categora de "automviles pequeos"
europeos o norteamericanos, y tiene caractersticas de econo-
ma de funcionamiento comparable con los otros Ford cons-
truidos en Inglaterra, los cuales alcanzan a 37 millas por ca-
ln, teniendo una velocidad mxima de 70 millas por hora.
Los Estados Unidos pueden
influir para establecer un
rgimen de paz en el soviet
Importadores
Tagaropulos SA.
Por un Coresponsal Especial
NutvA YORK, mayo r, Con
fiando para siempre, George F
Keenan, destacado funcionario
del Departamento de Estado
norteamerlcano-qulen se firma-
ba "X" en unos artculos en que
instaba a los Estados Unidos a
adoptar una poltica de conten-
cin hacia Rusia-, dice que
"nuestros esfuerzos pueden in-'
dinar la balanza" en favor d
que se cree unn nevo rgimen
en Rusia con el que el mundo
pueda vivir ert paz y armona,
Ubre de tensin y ansiedad.
En un artculo publicado en
la ltima edicin Ue la revista
"Rorelgn Affairs"" (Cuestiones
Exteriores). Knnao expresa ab-
soluta confianza n que un r-
gimen semejante surgir a su
debido tiempo, aunque advierte
contra la creencia de que slo
podr venir como resultado de j
una derrota militar o de un le-
vantamiento revolucionarlo, ar-
guyendo que tambin es posi-
ble la "erosin debido al despo-
tismo".
Algunos norteamericanos es-
tn cayendo otra vez, slo por-
que creen que habr otra gue
rra, on la mala costumbre I
dar por sentado que hay al.
dcfiBlUvo y positivo *r cuati
a las decisiones militares; c
las son el fin de lago y la ter-
minacin feliz ms Den que el j
comienzo", escribe Kennan en'
dicho articulo, que se titula
"Los Estados Unido y'el por-
venir ruso".
"Claro est que no podra co-
meterse un mayor error, aparte
de cualquiera consideracin per,
lo que toca a la sangre y a los
sacrificio* que la guerra entra-
a. Una guerra contra el pode-
ro sovitico, que pudiera decir- '
se que tendra un xito relativo
desde el punto de vista militar
((y nos conviene recordar que
una guerra de esta naturaleza
slo tendra xito relativo)), no
asegurara de por si nada o ase-
gurara nicamente muy poco
por lo que se refiere ha acere
nos al logro de la alternativa)
que pudiramos desear. A lo su-
mo, slo hara ms inmediatos
varios aspectos de un problema
que ya existe y que todo norte-
americano que se oponga al
modo de proceder sovitico tie-
ne que tener en cuenta, para,
ser consistente, haya o no haya,
guerra. Este es el problema que
presenta la clase de Rusia que
preferamos ver: la clase de Ru-
sia con la que podramos, por
decirlo asi, vivir tranquilamen-
te; la clase de Rusia que per-
mitira la existencia de un or-
den Internacional mucho mita
estable, a la que seria conve-
niente aspirar desda el punt
de vista realista."
Kennan insta a los norteame-
ricanos a meditar culdadosa-
mtnte a la clase de Rusia con
la que les gustarla coexistir pa-
cificamente en el futuro y ad-
vierte, a este respecto, contra
el dar por sentado de que una
~psla semejan**, tiene qu ser;
apitallsta y liberal-demcrata,
con instituciones que se parez-
can mucho a las de nuestra pro-
pia repblica".
Dice Kennan que les toca a
los norteamericanos reprimir sil
tendencia a Juzgar a otros pal*
sea por el grado en que se amol-
dan al patrn establecido pot
los Estados Unidos, diciendo:
"Hay que darles tiempo; perm-
taseles ser rusos. Permtaseles
resolver sus problemas internos
a su manera".
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MARTES. MAYO 8. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
No son suficientemente fuertes los
Estados Unidos para guerra total
Todava fallecen numerosas
madres como consecuencia
de parto en muchos pases
Diariamente nacen en el mun-
do cerca de doscientos cincuen-
ta mil nios o sean, cienli
cincuenta > dos por minuto. Es-
to significa que cada ao alre-
dedor de ochenta millones di
mueres traen nuevas vidas al
mundo; sin embargo, al dar a
luz muchas madres sacrllican
sus propias vidas.
El nmero de madres que ta-
llecen como consecuencia del
parto, es todava bastante gran-
de en todos los pases, ya sean
o no muy adelantados. En todas
parte existe una urgente nece-
sidad de atencin especial que
deben recibir las futuras ma-
dres. Esta necesidad ha queda-
do demostrada por las conclu-
ciones a que se ha llegado re-
cientemente en un pas bastan-
te adelantado y con una baja
tasa de mortalidad materna.
Despus de una investigacin
mdica realizada en dicho pas,
se opin que an cuando dicha
tasa era baja, se podra haber
evitado por lo" menos 75 por
ciento de los fallecimientos o-
curridos. En muchas de las re-
giones menos favarecldas te
desconocen las tasas de la mor-
talidad de mueres durante el
parto, pero las informaciones
disponibles indican que las1 pr-
didas de vidas son verdadera-
mente trgicas.
Son de gran valor las facilida-
des ofrecidas por los hospitales
y clinicas y nunca ser dema-
siada la importancia que se de
a las visitas peridicas al m-
dico dudante la gestacin. Sin
embargo, se debe sealar que
mediante el mejoramiento de
los servicios de enlermera y
parteras aquellas, mujeres pue-
den recibir la asistencia de
mdicos especialistas, y pueden
tener la seguridad de poder dar
a luz sin riesgos. Debido a que
la gran mayora de las mujeres
en el mundo dan a luz en sus
propias casas, la escasez mun-
dial de mdicos indica la ne-
cesidad imperiosa de ampliar los
servicios de enfermera an en
aquellos pases avanzados en
materia de salud pblica, de
modo que todas las mujeres em-
barazadas pueden recibir con
regularidad la atencin indivi-
dual que necesitan.
De esta manera se podrn
salvar muchas vltfas. El propJ
sito de la enfermera de salud
pblica es visitar lo ms pron-
to posible a todas las mujeres
embarazadas al principio del
periodo de gestacin, tas fun-
ciones de la enfermera son nu-
merosas: es posible que ella
pueda ayudar a la madre a ob-
tener asistencia mdica duran-
na te la gestacin lo que
constituye un factor importante
en la reducin dla mortalidad
materna tambin podr Ins-
truir a la madre en cuanto a
sus propias necesidades de salud,
y podr contestar las numerosas
preguntas que haga la futura
madre en esta ocasin, espe-
cialmente si se trata de su pri-
mer hijo.
Desafortunadamente, todava
escasean las enfermeras de sa-
lud pblica y las parteras a-
diestradas en casi todos los
pases; por lotanto es necesario
fortalecer Inmediatamente es-
tos servicios Indispensables pa-
ra resolver este problema. En;
muchas reglones es ms conve-
niente que las parteras y las en-
fermeras trabajen Juntas, con
especial atencin a los asnee-
tos de enseanza sanitaria de
modo que puedan evitarse lo
ms posibles las complicaciones
durante la gestacin.
Adems del valor de las vi-
sitas hechas por las enfermeras
a los hogares de las madres, un
buen servicio de asistencia a las
madrea es tambin muy valioso
al organizar clases no formales
para las madres. En dichas cla-
ses, adems de recibir la bene-
ficiosa lnstrucin sanitaria ofre-
cida por la enfermera de salud
pblica o la partera adiestrada,
la futura madre se rene con
otras que tienen los mismos
problemas. De este modo ellas
tienen la oportunidad no sola-
mente de hablar sobre sus pro-
blemas comunes sino tambin
de quedar convencidas indivi-
dualmente de que su problema es
normal y no debe causar inde-
bida preocupacin.
Como es natural se necesita-
rla no slo de facilidades para
la atencin prenatal destinada
a proporcionar aducuada asis-
tencia materna, sino tambin la
asistencia y los exmenes des-
pus del parto, los cuales son
Igualmente importantes. A ve-
ces estos servicios se desatien-
den porque despus de nacer
la criatura, la madre ya no es
ms el centro de atencin. Es-
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, j. atencin necesaria requiere
-ii personal adiestrado para
: 'Izar esta continua labor de
manera eficaz. La falta de esta
atencin constituye un grave
problema.
Para llegar a ser mdico es
necesario un promedio de siete
aos de estudios. Una enferme-
ra de salud pblica necesita, al
Igual que una enfermera-parte-
ra, la mitad de este tiempo pa-
ra su adiestramiento. Mediante
la asistencia dada por este per-
sonal, podramos progresar mu-
cho hacia la meta de lograr
ejue los nacimientos estn libres
de peligro tanto para la madre
como para el nio. La salud y
el futuro del nio dependen en
gran parte de su madre. Si !a
criatura nace sin novedad y la
madre. pierde la vida, el nio
empieza a vivir bajo condicio-
nes difciles ya que le falta la
persona que ms necesita. Un
mundo donde los mdicos es-
casean y donde son enormes
ficlente experiecla, constituyen
las prdidas de vidas durante el
parto, encontrar que la enfer-
mera adiestrada para servicio
domiciliar y la partera con su-
ficiente experiencia, constituyen
la base de los servicios de la
comunidad.
No han alcanzado an todos
sus objetivos los servicios
armados de esa gran Nacin
For el Senador Lyndon Johnson
(Presidente del sub-comlt
Militar del Senado Norte-
americano)
WASHINGTON, mayo 4. (EPS)
Los Estados Unidos estn
an pagndole al msico por!
la tonadilla "Demasiado poco!
y demasiado tarde".
La nacin no esta preparada
para librar una guerra total
y todo norteamericano debe co-
nocer la realidad desnuda. De-
be tenerse esto en cuenta por-
que los debates sobre la poli-
tica nacional pueden resolver-
se slo en trminos de lo que
podemos hacer, no de lo que
nos gustara hacer.
Los servicios armados de los
Estados Unidos no han alcan-
zado an sus objetivos por lo
que respecta a su potencial hu-
mano; necesitamos ms hom-
j bres. Nuestra capacidad lndus-
i trial no est todava en pie de
'guerra; necesitamos mas tiem-
I po. Las existencias que tene-
imos de materiales crticos no
son adecuadas para una gue-
rra larga; por tanto, necesita-
mos ms tiempo.
Debemos pues, reconocer la
importantsima diferencia que
existe entre el estar de acuer-
do con determinada poltica y
el ponerla en ejecucin.
Por el momento, el pueblo
norteamericano y sus represen-
tantes en el Congreso estn
muy preocupados por lo que
se refiere a cules deban ser
nuestros planes de accin, tan-
to en Europa como en Asia. El
regreso del General Douglas
MacArthur- ha dramatizado esta
preocupacin nacional.
Podemos confiar n que el
actual debate termine en un
acuerdo entre demcratas y
republicanos por lo que toca
a seguir una sola poltica na-
cional, a la que todos los nor-
teamericanos puedan brindarle
su respaldo.
Pero dicho acuerdo si es
que se puede llegar al mismo
es slo un paso. No pedemos
pasar por alto el hecho de que
antes de que ninguna poltica
pueda tener xito, hay que con-
tar con las fuerzas armadas
necesarias para apoyarla.
Actualmente, los Estados Uni-
dos no tienen las fuerzas su-
ficientes para garantizar el xi-
to de ninguna poltica, ni la del
General MacArthur ni la del
Presidente Truman.
Por qu carecemos de dichas
fuerzas?
En primer lugar, durante los
ltimos nueve meses, hemos tra-'.
tado de hacer ver que la gue-
rra de Corea era slo una gue-;
rra "pequea" que pronto to- j
caria a su fin. Evidentemente. |
la Corea es el comienzo de una I
accin definitiva entre el O-
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Que me la muestren en Bikini
para dar mi opinin!
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probable que la batalla comen-
zada en la Corea termine all
mismo; puede terminar en
nuestro propio pueblo natal.
En seguido lugar, como nos
hemos engaado en cuanto al
significado de la guerra de Co-
rea, hemos tratado de retardar1
las duras realidades de los sa-
crificios necesarios.
He combatido tenazmente el
que se aumenten los efectivos
de nuestras fuerzas armadas.
Muchos, con demasiado xito,
se han opuesto a la Imposicin
de contribuciones, a los altos
costos que son precisos, a que
se enven nmeros prudentes
de soldados, a la estabilizacin
de los controles.
En este respecto, somos cul-
pables. El sealar con un dedo
acusador a cualquier persona o
a cualquier grupo no resuelve
nuestros problemas vitales. Es
hora de que los norteamerica-
nos admitamos nuestros erro-
res, de que resolvamos enfren-
tarnos a la realidad de nues-
tro tiempo y demos pasos po-
sitivos para desviar la amenaza
de destruccin.
El Estado Mayor no se mezclar
en el debate sobre MacArthur
Por Steffan Andrews
(NANAi
WASHINGTON, mayo 8. -
. El general Ornar
Bradley, Jefe del Estado Mayor
Combinado, h declarado en-
fticamente que ni el i 1 sus
compaeros en dicho organismo
intentan mezclarse en el deba-
te que el Senado realiza acer-
ca de la destitucin d-1 Ge-
neral MacArthur.
Contestando una serie de pre-
guntas hechas por los perio-
distas, Bradley dijo que los al-
tos funcionarlos del Pentgo-
no no tienen otro inters que
establecer claramente su posi-
cin en referencia con la gue-
rra de Corea, sin desear in-
tervenir en el "gran debate".
Agreg que seal el lunes co-
mo plazo para que todos sus
I subordinados le sometan los
l mensajes documentales caniDla-
dos entre los jefes del Estado
I Mayor Combinado y el Gene-
I ral MacArthur desde i! mes
de agosto pasado, as como to-
da otra informacin pertinen-
te.
El General Bradley se propo-
Sern conocidas
por Bradley las
notas cruzadas
eneral Marshall, debern com-
>arecer ante las comisiones ci-
tadas en relacin con la lnves-
.lgacln sobre el caso MacAr-
.hur.
En los circulas militares se
indica que el resultado de la
misma depender en gra.i par-
te de la interpretacin que se
d al lenguaje tcnico en que
estn escritos ios mensajes. Se
agrega que en realidad ellos
no revelan grandes diferencia
cobre cuestiones de estrategia
y que la materia vendr a ser
ms bien una de semntica,
ms que otra cosa, es decir, de
determinar lo que se ha que-
rido decir con la fraseologa
usada, ms bien que de califi-
car los trmino de los despa-
chos.
El "Olelo"
Las palabras resultan pobres,
muy pobres para colocar a
Carlos Lemos en el sitial de la
fantasa hecho realidad.
Al encarnarse en telo, obra
de intensa magnitud dramti-
ca, mantuvo al pblico en sus-
penso como si el aliento restara
odo y ste respondi con ova-
clones frenticas y prolonga-
das.
Su representacin por segun-
da vez con esta otra reaflrma-
a cada instante que su talento
ha rebasado los umbrales de la
cspide. Lo 8acundaron admi-
rablemente Conchita Montiiano
que hace de Desdmona. su es-
posa, suave, delicada, enamo-
rada, obediente y digna: asi
como Yago. Intrigante y traidor
y Pilar Blenert en esposa de
Vago quin con toda la fuerza
de la verdad defiende enrgica-
mente de las calumnias a Des-
dnoma.
Deseamos que su stlto siga.
Lecy.
Dtsvmtzca la Gordura
SI la gordura arruina : i figura 0
baca que tanga dificultad pan. reeplrar
7 pone an aalud n peligro, encontrara
quo ee fcil perder medio kilo por
da con el nuevo mtodo de Hollywood
llamado FORIfODK. Nada de dieta
draettea ejercicio. Absolutamente
ala peligro, pida KORMODE ea n
farmacia favorita y empiece a aaeJ-
araaar maana. '
Para el Bienesta
de la Mujer .- .
REGULADOR
Gesteira
Frmula del Dr. J. Gesteira
Afamado por sus excelente rswr
lados en lo* desarreglos funciona-
Is* del organismo femenino.
De venta ea las farmacia*
IA ULTIMA
NOVEDAD!
EL GRAN BARATILLO
DE
GATENO
Ave. Central 104
Precios JAMAS VISTOS en Panam!
No pierda esta oportunidad para convencerse
de nuestra gran rebaja en
TELAS FINAS
ROPA INTERIOR
\
TRAJES
y miles de artculos a precios increbles.
INVITACIN
ota Congregacin J\ol neantn SJsrael
con motivo del 75o. Aniversario su su fundacin, celebrar
tal fecha con un servicio especial el Viernes por la noche,
Mayo 11, 1951 a las 8 p.m. en el Templo de la Calle 36 y
Avenida Cuba.
Vn Servicio Postumo honrando la memoria de sus fun-
dadores se celebrar en el Templo el domingo Mayo 13,
1951 alas 0:30 a.m.
Los miembros de la congregacin, sus familias y amigos
estn cordialmente invitados, y se ruega puntual asistencia.
ne poner todos estos documen-
tos a disposicin de las comi-
siones de servicios armados y
relaciones exteriores del Sena-
do, quienes decidirn acerca de
los hechos relacionados con la
campaa coreana.
De tales papeles se publica-
rn aquellos que puedan ser
divulgados sin peligro ptra la
seguirldad nacional, agreg el
general. Pero la decisin ser
hecha por las comisiones se-
| natoriales. y no por el Estado
Mayor Combinado.
La preparacin de estos in-
formes no es cosa fcil, ya que
; hay que seleccionarlos entre
una masa enorme de documen-
tos, en poder del -Pentgono.
Tanto el general Bradley co-
| mo el secretario de defensa,
El Delegado Gromyko espet
una andanada de diatribas a
las potencias Occidentales
PARIS, Mayo 8 El
delegado sovitico, Andrei Gro-
myko lanz un furiossimo ata-
que al Gobierno Laborista Bri-
tnico y dijo que dudaba de que
las tres potencias occidentales
quisieran realmente un acuer-
do para celebrar la conferen-
cia de los Cuatro Grandes.
En una. de las ms turbu-
lentas sesiones de la Conferen-
cia de Delegados que ya lleva
nueve semanas, Gromyko diri-
gi su mordaz diatriba al de-
legado britnico Ernest Davles,
despus de que el Oeste re-
chaz de plano las ltimas "fr-
mulas de aveniencla"' propues-
tas por los soviticos, calificn-
dola de "ultimtum".
Gromyko dijo tambin, aira-
damente, que "las declaraciones
de Davles son la tpica dema-
gogia laborista Nc \ la Unin
Sovitica, como Davles 1.a di-
cho, sino el Gobierno del Reino
Unido, el que es el Cnico".
Antes, Davles se haba refe-
rido a la propuesta de Gro-
myko ayer calificndola de
"cortina de humo cnica ten-
rllda oor el Soviet para ocul
lar sus verdaderos designios ar-
; mamentlstas". Dijo Davles; "Si
' eso no fue un ultimtum, en-
tonces nunca he visto uno".
Gromyko respondi acusando
a Davles de emplear frases ba-
1 ratas" y -pregunt: "Por qu
envi el Gobierno britnico ai
seor Davles a Paris a negociar
; mientras el Gobierno del Reino
Unido toma medidas militares
contra la Unin Sovitica"?
Despus hizo la acusacin de
i que la poltica del Gobierno
i Laborista se edific alrededor
i de "la poltica canbal de ca-
'' rrera armamentista de Wins-
ton Churchill". Esta fue la se-
i knnda vez en dos semanas que
; Gromyko en expresin violen-
I ta calific de "canbal" al ex-
' Primer Ministro y lder oposi-
jcionlsta britnico.
El delegado ruso manifest
que ."las declaraciones de Da-
vles se encaminan a ocultar los
preparativos de la carrera ar-
mamentista del oeste, la mi-
litarizacin de Alemania y una
nueva guerra detrs de la cor-1
tina". ________________.
SEGUNDO PISO
AVENIDA
Est desempacando
e Mueble gavetero de cartn 8.50
e Certlnas para recmara en
blanco y colores........4.50 a 10.00
e Bolsas Plsticas para guardar
seis vestidos de seora....... 6.95
e Cubierta y colchoneta para ta-
bla *le planchar........2.10 a 3.95
Sobrecamas de satin para ca-
mas gemelas y grandes 12.96 a 18.50
Sombrerera de viaje con forro
plstico ...................... 5.95
Juego de 4 colgadores en co-
lores ........................ 1-50
e Lamparitas de recmaras en
colores pasteles.......2.95 a 5.95
e Pantallas grandes para lm-
para de pie y de mesa..2.75 a 5.50
' Cuadros pequeos y grandes
para adornos de sala, comedor
y porch ...............3.25 a 14.50
e Servlddr de 3 bandejas plsti-
cas en colores vistosos........ 4.75
Manteles plsticos Imitando
encajes y bordados... .1.50 y 1.95
Latas con frasco deshumece-
dor para guardar galletas-----2.10
Aparato para pear camarones 0.85
e Batidor de una sola mano-----0.50
e Aparato para tostar sandwiches 2.95
Molinillos de madera para pi-
mienta .............. ....... 2.10
Juegos de 2 a 8 frascos para
colocar condimentos.....0.95 a 1.95
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5? AVENIDA
ABIERTO DK 8 a 12:30 y de 2 a 6.
Mc/or /(mi-acin a menor cesfo ... esta
es la razn fundamental que justifica la prefe-
rencia de luminotcnicos, ingenieros, arquitectos
y contratistas, asi como la de dueos de estable-
cimientos comerciales e industriales, por las
eficientes y econmicas Lmparas Fluorescentes
Westinghoute.
files saben que las Lmparas Fluorescentes
Westinghouse duran 7>/2 veces ms que las in-
candescentes ... que dan 3 veces ms luz con el
mismo vahaje.
Los luminotcnicos recomiendan
Lmparas Fluorescentes Westing house!
En oficinas y en fbricas, las Lmparas Fluo-
rescentes Westinghouse dan una iluminacin
clara, que no deslumhra ni produce sombras, que
disminuye el cansancio de los empleados y con-
tribuye a una labor ms eficiente. F.n las tiendas
crean un ambiente acogedor, realzan el aspecto
de las mercancas y aumentan las ventas.
Igualmmtu Important es el hecho de que
cada lmpara lleve el Crculo Wsimbolo de la
calidad Westinghousereconocido en todas partes
del mundo.

SI eeea ee-eyerra.ale le lumioauoo. pare un edificio de oa-
aai. o an eetableciniiefilo comercial u indueuial, Weetinghouae
le reeotverl 1 problema. Si daaea ayude en el diseo e
inKilacin. comultt al distribuidor local de Wetlinahouie
cayo nombre aparece abajo. Pdala uunbin un (templar arara
del folleto "Por qu te debe uaar Lmpara! Fluoreecaacee
Weetmebouee" o escribanos diieciameaic.
'UEDE ESTAR SEGURO
SI ES
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FAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INUIPDfDBNTf
MARTES, MATO f. 195T
La Industria Pesquera est
recibiendo un gran impulso
en los mares de Venezuela
Caracas Mayo 8 Departamento de Pesca de la
Srporacln Venezolana de Fo-
nlo Inici sus actividades en
sJnayo de 1947 y desde entonces
Viene realizando progresivamen-
te un plan que comprende varios
Capitulo.; fundamentales: moto-
rizacin de embarcaciones pes-
queras; construccin de la* mls-
ZtBs: puertas pesqueros; astille-
Tas y varaderos, y crditos. El Pe-
sirtamcnto de Pesca ha adelan-
tado, adems, estudios muy com-
pletos para la creacin de una Es-
Suela Cooperativa de Pescadoras,
e Iniciado investigaciones lctiJ-
glcas y oceangraficas con el 03-
Jeto de poder observar el desa-
rrollo y variaciones de algunas
especies, seleccionarlas y clasifi-
carlas. .
Con la motorizacin de las cm-
- CRUCIGRAMA -
pescador, no solamente los ele-
mentos materiales para el fomen-
to de sur actividades y para 'a co-
loracin en el mercado de les
frutos do su labor, sino los recur-
sos para su mejoramiento tcni- j
co por el contacto de los pesca-
dores entre si y con las Instil li-
ciones oficiales vinculadas a es-
ta actividad. Desde el punto ce
vista social, el pescador, indivi-
dualista por naturaleza, hallar
an los puertos, nuevos vnculos ce
sociabilidad. En el Puerto habr
rtr funcionar la Escuela Profe-
sional de Pescadores, la Escuela
para los hijos de los pescadores,
la Cooperativa ere Consumo, .os
Clubes sociales y deportivos y al-
gunas otras Instituciones que in-
pllarn sus actuales sistemas ce
vida y elevarn su nivel cultmal.
Se ha elaborado asi un paovec-
*o wenerpl de puerto pesquero
Finalidades y tctica de la jira
mdica que dirige el Dr. Samaniego
i-
barcaciones, la distancia entre los ej e l8 Guairay se ha llegado a
/puertos de origen y los pesqueros
se redujo, se disminuyeron .os
-"..ccjsto, aument el rendimiento
-del trabajo y se garantizaron >as
..condiciones higinicas del pesca-
. do. La Corporacin Venezolana
_,ha mostrado una notable preocu-
pacin por este aspecto y con la
cooperacin de una Comi.itn
Tcnica, de ingenieros del Cote-
-glo de Venezuela, ha abierto .111-
meroset crditos para la adjuol-
cacip de motores de los tipos y
condiciones por ellos aconsejados.
Los pescadores han respondido
con puntualidad al pago de las
cuotas de amortizacin y con la
fhultlplicacin de los prstamos
'para este fin. se vienen reducien-
do o limitando el sistema de pro-
pulsin a vela o de remo, usado
por la mayora de los pescadores
venezolanos.
Rengln bsico es el de la cons-
truccin de embarcaciones pes-
queras. Al Incrementarlo la Cor-
poracin Venezolana, persigue
estos dos fines principales: a>
Aumentar el tonelaje de la Flota
Pesquera Nacional introduciendo
en ella Udos de embarcaciones de
mavor eticada y rendimiento, y
b) Fomentar los astilleros nacio-
nales, en vez de invertir dlvnm
en la fabricacin de equipos tra-
das del Exterior.
Despus de examinar las coti-
zaciones presentadas por varias
firmas, ha ordenado construir en
la .siguiente forma:
Diques y Astilleros Nacionales
.. 6 unidades de S4 pies.
Construcciones Navales C. A..
. 12
Scalca
3
...
-.;,
26
14
2
.1...
Estas embarcaciones una vis
terminadas se entregarn n los
pescadores que las vienen solici-
tando, mediante el cumplimiento
d algunas condiciones taxativa..",
previamente determinadas. Se ha
previsto que loa beneficiarios pi-
garn una cuota Inicial del 20*
a la entrega de la embarcac'n.
lista para navegar, y el saldo se-
r cancelado en u.i lapso de cinco
aos, en cuotas de vencimiento
trimestral. Ratas embarcaciones
habr4n de entregarse tambin a
lo* promotores de empresas oes-
queras, aue Incluyan su adqu ..i-
cl n en sus planes inversionistas.
Como hemos enunciado, uno re
los captulos a cuya ejecucin a-
tribuye la Corporacin Venezola-
na mayor Importancia, es la cons-
truccin de puertos pesqueros. La
Industria pesquera no obtendr
cabal desarrollo y alcanzar ver-
dadera autonoma, mientras los
pescadoras no dispongan de una
red de puertos estratgicamente
situados, en los cuales puedan e-
quiparse de lo indispensable y ve-
rificar una distribucin adecuan
de sus p -oductos.
Se ha concebido el puerto pe-
quero como unidad funcional,
aesde los aspectos profesional y
social. El puerto debe facilitar al
un convenio entre el Ministerio
d( Obras Pblicas y la Corpora-
cin Venezolana, en virtud del
cual el primero asume lo relativo
a la obra portuaria propiamente
dicha: rompeola, muelle,relien-.,
etc.. en tanto que la Corporacin
se ocupar de las edificaciones y
plantas.
Se piensa establecer los puer-
tos pesqueros de Maracalbo. Ma- -
garita y Cuman y para ello ya
se han dado los pasos necesarios.
Tambin una Escuela de Pesia
en Cuman, con miras a la edu-
cacin profesional de los perca-
dores.
Entre los renglones detallados
lniclalmehte. est el de astilleros
V varaderos. El pas no con'aba
hasta hace poco sino con los ser-
vicios de los "diques y astilleros
nacionales" y con carpinteras de
menor entidad, diseminadas en
varios puntos de la costa venezo-
lana. Una y otias resultaban de-
masiado deficientes y sus traba-
Jos eran rudimentarios, costados
y morosos.
Hoy. con el apoyo de la Corpo-
racin Venezolana, ha comena-
d < a surgir la industria de loa as-
tilleros. Construcciones Navaes,
C. A. finaliz en Puerto Cabello
en septiembre del ao pasado la
Instalacin del varadero y en 11 e
ao completar la construccin
del carro de transferencia TH
las instalaciones complemerTu-
rias. "Scalca" de Cuman trasla-
d de Italia su equipo y maquina-
rlas y edific un pequeo astille-
ro en la Zona de San Luis, cr>
Cuman.
En esta forma ha venido sien-
do posible la construccin de em-
barcaciones pesqueras y la Ini-
ciacin de una Industria, de gran-
des repercusiones en un futuro
prximo. Actualmente la Seccin
Naval del Departamento de Pes-
ca estudia un plan nacional de
Astilleros y Varaderos, que debe-
rn estar distribuidos a lo largo
de nuestras costas y en la form*
ms conveniente para preatnr
servicios a las embarcaciones de
cabotaje, pesqueras, y destinadas
al deporte.
NORMAS
Toa Corresponsales rteberai
ceirse a las anas desapasiona
das norn-aa trtodistleaa Oeaei
enviar al pciodico los asunta
t noticia* ms Interesantes a a
afectan a la comunidad En *b
oate se trata de ana onorta
nldad nar haesr de-terminada-
campana eolticas.
Traamos de realizar las
nalldades siguientes:
1. Asistencia Mdica: En ti-
na hoja adecuada, hacemos a-
notar el nombre, edad, y el
diagnstico. Cuando la edad no
puede ser Informada por el f>-
cletnc, el mdico calcula la e-
Jad aparente en el momento
Je la consulta. \
En estas Consultas Mnimas
enfocamos las enfermedades
;ms frecuentes en nuestras zo-
na.: rurales, las cuales parece
lie son: anemia, parasltosU '11-
ictlnal, paludismo, desnutri-
cin, sepsis bucal, y bocio. Per
circunstancias obvias, nuestros
'Uasnstlcos estn basados en
rpidas apreciaciones clnicas.
poi ejemplo: decimos parasito-
i-i intestinal cuando se nos in-
forma que han expulsado par-
sitos, por el aspecto tan careo
iciistico que presentan mueros
pacientes, etc. En los nios le
damob valor a la mldriasls c>-
.110 signo de parasitosis. Pon
respecto al paludismo los datos
suministrados por los pacientes
.in a menudo muy claros. En
manto a bocio no nos limitamos
4 anotar nicamente los car-os
11.y aparentes, sino que or.'e-
1.0.nos deglutir al paciente, y
-e esta manera evidenciamos
os numerosos casos de bocio
incipiente. Los sntomas obje-
tivos y subjetivos de la anemia
aon muy expresivos. El aspecto
eneral de la mayora de nues-
tros pacientes, a menudo htpo-
trolcos, sus frecuentes trans-
tomos oculares, las numerosas
juellills casi siempre angulares,
etc. nos permiten fcilmente te-
n muy presente a la desnu-.ri-
cion. Para nuestra finalidad de
clasificacin, sumamos o mejor
an .10 Incluimos en desnutricin
todas las manifestaciones de ra-
quitismo, hipovitaminosis, etc.
La sepsis bucal no necesita co-
mentarlos. Las anteriores coa-
sideraciones no significan el ol-
vido de las numerosas y com-
plejas posibilidades que a me-
nudo presenta la clnica geoe-
tal, pues nos encontramos con
[recuencla con hlpertensos, :n-
sullclencla heptica, numere.*
ermopatias. afecciones necro-
lgicas, psquicas, etc Cuanto
sospechamos una T. B. C. F.
lea, damos una nota para la
u.udad sanitaria mas cercana.
Ken.sando que con er tiempo y
medios de que deben dispom-r,
i.i.estiguen nuestra impresin
Jinica.
Red Panamericana
tiene les
mejores programas
Claro est que debido a las
rucunstanclas de nuestra ?a-
oor, tenemos que proceder nuy
.asidamente en el examen, pe-
r creemos que a pesar de es
i.j podemos darnos cuenta de
las enfermedades ms frecuen-
tes en nuestra zonas rurales, y
que son las que tienen ms
Importancia desde el punot de
s ista social.
Los pacientes son previamen-
te anotados, colocados luego en
lila llamados en el orden res-
petivo. El mdico tiene dos se-
cretarlos, uno de los cuales a-
Inota el diagnstico y el otro la
prescripcin. Hacemos que se
. nnc.an las cosas ms resalt.ii--
fe
UNM2ApELI>EiJCiosoCHOCOL0
(^BTL everready
I or el Dr. Francisco Samani- o
moa que un paciente est a.v>
mlco, desnutrido, con sepsi
ucal, con bocio y paludls.io.
vi secretarlo anotar el nombre
y la edad del paciente y las do-
j-s ordenadas por el m'co.
Cuando las Indicaciones no p\e-
coii jiacerce en estos sobres, te-
nemos recipes adecuados. El m
leo firmar solamente cuando
e trate de recomendaciones pe-
ra unidades sanitarias, 11 hospi-
tales, o cuando lo prescrito tie-
ne que ser adquirido en un?.
ootica
Tenemos los medlcamentoa si-
guientes que consideramos b-
saos:
Araln comp. y ampolla.!
Pastillas de sulfato ferroso de
o2 gmos. simples y con com-
plejo "B" Perlas de hexylrcx'-
.nol de 0.20 gmos. Aceite esen-
cial de quenopodlo Ampollas de
penicilina procaina de 400.000
unidades. Ampollas de dihld-o-
.'slrcptomicina de un gramo.
/n.ipollas de clorhidrato de e-
nictlna de 0.06 gmos. Acido as-
cjrbico en comprimidos de ren
miligramos Elixer Tnico Mix-
t'iia de ruibarbo y soda. Aceite
Je hgado de bacalao. Compri-
midos de sulfamerazlna, sulfa-
ttazlna, sulfatalidina. trisul'r.s.
Comprimidos de wlntodon. de
Diodoquin. Comprimidos de L'tn
'aim Conmel en comprimidos
v ampollas.
Adems, tenemos bastanto
patentados para la teraputica
c la clnica general. Nucitro
'(.uipo lo llevamos en caJo.ie*.
que estn clasificados en la
'orma siguiente: (cada grupo
est en su cajn aparte, con
U rotulo y nmero respectivo'.
1 instrumentos mdicos, 2 All-
ilolticos, 3 Antiparasltarios, 4
Antiiimicos, 5 Anti-lnfeccionrs
y sulamidas 6 Antialrgico.; 7
Algodn, gasa, adhesivo y curas
3 Anestsico Dental, Destilada
V Suero Fisiolgico, 12 Colago-
gos, Antftiemorroldales, 13 Cir-
culatorios, (Analpticos, carlo-
tomcos, hlpotensoresi 14 Cua-
dros para control de todas nues-
tras actividades, 15 Dlges'Ivn
(Alcalinos, antldlarrlcos, la-
santes) 18 Libretas para eatu-
Qios Pentadimensional. 17 y 17a
Opotergpicos, IS Respiratlrlo
.Antiasmticos, bquleos) 18 He
- pes, 20 sobre para medlcamen-
-U.S, :i Depresores y aplicados
"2 Medicamentos para Narla y
Carganta. 23 Medicamentos pa-
la piel y ojos, 24 rogen.tai
1 j'urr ticos, vulos vaginales.
.omorimidos para uso vagLicl'
Ja, 25b y 25 c vitaminicos y
Tnicos
?. Investigacin: Hasta la te-
na ha sido minima, pues e>
nico mdico con que cuenta
1a Jira tiene que dedicar casi
touo su tiempo.a la asistencia
medica. Sin embargo, se ts'
luciendo lo siguiente: a ciertv
,efes de familia se lea hace un
estudio que llamamos Pentartl-
uiensional y que comprende es-
>.os aspectos: Datos Generales.
Jerarqua Familiar y Economi-
cs. Por ejemplo: si considera- l^a. Modo de vida y hbitos A-
.imcntacln, Actitud social, da-
tos mdicos.
Se est Investigando el indi-
co paldico. El medico personal-
mente toma la muestra de sjr-
te, aprecia el estado del br,io
y la cantidad de hemoglobina.
Recoleccin de triatomas. '*>-
pernos un muestrario para fa-
cilitar la cooperacin que r*-
..ni03 a los enfermos. En nuts-
tia lira Mdico pasada en la
Provincia de Loa Santos, vi,;.os
en La Mesa y en Macaracas,
varios casos que clnicamente
nos dieron la Impresin de En-
fermedad de Chagas. Lgranos
oclenei varios ejemplares y por
..sta razn aseguramos que un
..or ms diezmaba a nuestros
campesinos, especialmente en
la zona sur occidental de la
i'iovincla de Los Santos. Aun-
que nuestra alarma fu acog.da
zoi frialdad y reserva, las in-
vestigaciones posteriores han e-
vUcnciado que realmente existe
esta enfermedad, pues es muy
alto el ndice de los triatomas
u teclados. Es indudable que en
lie ir era tiene que suceder igaal
eosa, pero hasta la fecha n
ninguna de las localidades -Vu-i-
t.u.s hemos logrado la cooptra-
-loii pedida a los enfermos. Ce-
rno se comprender no dispone-
mos de tiempo para hacer per-
sonalmente esta captura paro
insistimos en obtener triatomas.
Adems, en cada localidad, a-
jcsorados por personas entera-
das y responsables, anotamos
unos probelmas de viali.'.act
jroduccln, educacin, samta*
n-js. sociales, etc
3 Labor Educativa: Le damos
primordial Importancia, y ya
di tentada especialmente sobre
..':toa higinicos, alimentacin,
pioiaxia en las endemias rei-
nantes y de las enfermedad.-.
-.cnreas, peligros del exceso d;
Debidas alcohlicas, cons.jor
materno infantiles, etc. Todo
esto lo hacemos a travs de
panfletos, de folletos de afiches,
etc, Tambin pr o nunclamis
"liarlas y aprovechamos el con-
tacto con el paciente para a-
concejarlo en forma breve e
Imprevista.
4 Conciencia Interiorana:
Creemos que la desastrosa si-
tuacin fsica y psquica ae
nucitros campesinos y de mu-
chos poblanos tambin, es de-
b vi re riada orientacin del Espa-
do Panameo. Pensamos aue
sumando una Conciencia Inte-
riorana, logramos presionar a
uuestios dirigentes pblicos, con
e'. objeto de que las diferentes
Administraciones, previo un e-
tidlo exhaustivo de nueatra
.calidad, planifiquen los medios
adecuados para la solucin *ie
vSios problemas.
5 Nuestra Contribucin: Es
la labor de todos aquellos que
en alguna forma u otra coope-
ran en nuestras actividades. Por
rrunstancias que no son del
jato analizar aqui. apenas po-
dremos dar una visin panor-
mica de la realidad que palpa-
mos, y es relativamente po-:o
o que podemos hacer actual-
mente para modificarla, puea no
tenemos ni los medios ecor.-
Sobre un editorial de
'El Panam Amrica'
comentan en David
DOLEGA, Mayo 8 (Correspon-
sal) El editoslal de nue-'.o
ciarlo "Poltica" inconvenie-te
Sel Banco Agropecuario del 4
Je 'os corrientes ha despertado
special inters en esta locali-
dad entre productores y comer-
cantes, las razonamientos que
iiae sobre la poltica del ban-
co se consideran sensatos.
Llama la atencin en conoci-
miento exacto de la cuest.on
tratada por el editorialists
cuando indica el peligro de una
.Mtica de importacin del .a-
no. existe en reservas apreci-
les del producto nacional.
El pesimismo que puede cau-
sar entre loa agricultores i.i:a
actitud equivocada del banco
pues no se ha procedido a In-
vestigar si exlte produccin no-
cional todava. Don Carlos Al-
/arado prominente comerciante
do Uolega declar a este convs-
, cnsal que el editorlallsta es
cigno de los mejores elogios por
la forma precisa y concienzuda
enmo ha tratado este intete-
sanle tpico-
Regocijo en Chltr
por el retorno del
Dr. Arturo Vgll
CHITRE. Mayo 8 (Ccirespon-
saii Con singular complacen-:
cu la sociedad Cnltreana ha
cc.cbrado el feliz retorno del
iJr. Cdsar Arturo ViJU a c.:ta
ciudad, quien ha sido designado
para que preste ^sus serv ios
piofeslonales como asistente u>l
uireclor del Hospital "Chlt".
i'a anteriormente el Dr. ViJU
haou servido con eficiencia y
consagracin el cargo de direc-
vjt de la unidad sanitaria .le
.sta cabecera, en donde realiz
efectiva y fructfera labor en
beneficie de la salud de esta
on*unidad y dems pueblos cir-
cunvecinos. El Dr. ViJU se ha
HORIZONTiU-ES:
1Famoso convento espaol.
7Queridos.
1!^Conjuntos de- instrumentos.
14Dictador.
15Naciones Unidas, Abv.
10Hace el amor.
18 Pronombre ingls.
19Bisonte de Europa. *
21Particpale de palabras.
22Adverbio de lugar.
23Bebida alcohlica.
24 Posesivo, Pl.
25Inspiracin.
27Das seguridad.
30Desabrido.
31Altar.
32poca.
34Quieres con amor. -
37Nota que vale media
minima.
42Desafiar.
44Preposicin.
45Igualdad de nivel.
46Repeticin de sonido.
47Ave antillana de plumaje
negro, Inv.
49Del verbo arar.
50Smbolo del sodio.
51Escurridizo.
54Preposicin inseparable.
55Poner tiesa alguna cosa.
57Dolor agudo.
59Trigo descortezado.
80Tt atrevieras.
micos, ni el tiempo suficiente,
ir el personal Indispensable pa-
va tan ardua labor, que sola-
mente debe y puede realizar tn
listado Panameo verdadera-
mente Impregnado de un alan
de progreso y de hecho en un
medio en donde Impera el e-
goismo y la indiferencia, y la
critica destructiva de los que
paan su vida sin hacer pads,
era beneficioso para nuc.-.tri
interior y nuestro pas, pues es-
an Inspirado por el ardiente
anhelo de hacer el bien.
Jira Medie* Asistencia!
Los Llanos de Oc 28 de Abril
Je 1951.
VERTICALES:
1Apertura larga y estrecha
2Aprietos.
3Letra castellana.
4Marchare.
6Tratamiento espaol.
iEntraas de los animales.
7Caldo muy espeso.
r
8Del verbo mirar.
9Igual al 49 horizontal.
10Entrega.
IIPiedras semlpreclosas.
12Subterrneo.
17Ceremonia religiosa.
20Uno, en Ingls.
22 Dueo.
24Punto cardinal.
28Emplean.
28Tela para vendas.
29 Relativo a los semita*.
33Rio de Europa.
34Polvo de rocas. Pl.
35Bramante, cerda.
38^Amarro.
38Demostrativo, Pl.
$9Clera. -i
40Instrumento de percusin.
41Cocinado en seco.
43Antagonista, contendiente.
48Antigua capital de Irlanda,
81Demostrativo.
52Forma de la segunda
persona.
53En el mar.
58 Estado Mayor, Abv.
58Terminacin verbal.
granjeado la estimacin y aba-
cio de este pueblo por su es-
pritu amplio y desprendido co-
mo mdico humanitario y don
de Caballero. Registramos com-
placidos esta acertada desl.,a-
cin hecha por el departamen-
to de Salud Pblica de lncoi Do-
rar al Dr. Csar al cuerpo de
medico de nuestra prestigiosa
institucin de salud que dlr'rre
el Dr. Venancio Villarreal pue.-.
<1 distinguido Dr. Vijil es con-
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Apartado 1M
Almuerzo en El Panama
Para despedir a las or*8
Fanny J. de Duran y Clarita
S. ue Wrlgiu, quienes siguieron
oy para Nueva York la seora
Liiy de Foggarty ofreci ayer
un almuerzo en el Hotel El pa-
nam.
Te
Con motivo de Iniciar hoy aus
labores las Damas del **w>f
de Lourdes, la seora Hercilla
I. de Cucaln las agasajara esta
tarde, con un t en su residen-
cia.
Barbacoa
El seor Arturo Muller y se-
ora Beverly de Muller ofrecie-
ron anoche una barbacoa en su
residencia, para despedir al se-
or James P- Clarendon y seo-
ra quienes parten hoy para
Nueva York, y para agasajar
al seor David M. Morris, Secre-
tarlo de la Embajada de los Es-
tados Unidos en Chile: quienes
se encuentra de paso en nues-
tra capital.
De Cesta Rica
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a la seora Plo-
ra Chavez de Guzmn, esposa
de 8.E. el Embajador de Costa
Rica, seor Alfonso Guzmn.
outen regres el domingo de una
corta temporada pasada en San
Jos.
1 \ "
De tos Estados Unidos
Regres ayer de Washington,
el seor Charles F. Kline, a
quien saludamos cordlalmente.
Para tos Estados Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
seora Lola L. de Quizado, quien
sigui ayer para Nueva York,
en donde permanecer durante
varias semanas.
Para Casta Rica
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares, regres ayer
a 8an Jos la seora Enriqueta
Robles de Acua, acompaada
de su nio. La despedimos cor-
dlalmente.
Para Mxico
i Despedimos al seor Paul
Scoit, vice-Presldente y Gerente
General de la Grant Advertising
de Mxico, quien despus de ha-
ber pasado varios dias en Pana-
m regres ayer a la capital
azteca.
Para1 Costa Rica
Sigui para San Jos en viaje
de vacaciones la seorita Rita
Teresa Snchez, Muy feliz viaje
le deseamos.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos al seor Ramn E. Mi-
dence, quien guarda cama en el
Hospital Panam.
8e encuentra recluido en la
Clnica San Fernando el seor
Agustin de la Guardia a conse-
cuencias de un accidente sufrido
durante el da de ayer. Pronta
mejora le deseamos.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en,
el Hospital Panam el seor
Franklin de la Ossa. Ojal me-
jore pronto.
Condolencia
Ha muerto el Sr. Arturo Daz
Isaaccs, hijo de Don Manuel
Diaz Doce y doa Aurora isaecs
de Diaz. Son sus hermanos Glo-
ria, Manuel Jr., Jos y Jess
Daz isaecs. El sepelio tendr
lugar maana mircoles 9 de
Mayo a las 4 de la tarde y el
cortejo fnebre partir desde la
Iglesia de Cristo Rey. El Pana-
m 'Amrica extiende su ms
sentido psame a los familiares
del Sr. Arturo Daz I.
Et CLUB DE GOLF DE PANAMA, S. A.
ANUNCIA
que el t y Juegos de cartas que se venan sirviendo
los jueves de cada semana, se servirn lo martes
a partir del 15 fit Mayo.
0fftHt*H#l...\qy>6 rico./ /Siampr. 9"
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unos 5 minuto. |tao i todo I
_ lOnrtE t^
ESTAMOS ABIERTOS
de 8 a 12:30 y de 2 a 6
Abandonan el Hospital
Completamente restablecido
abondon la Clnica San Fer-
nando S.E. el Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, seor Rodolfo
Herbruger. Nos alegramos.
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seorita Gabriela de Roux de
la Guardia.
Seorita Xenla Yanis
Seor Rene Guardia P.
Seor Henrique de Obarrio
Seor Archlbaldo de Obarrio
Seor Blas Blolse
Seor Osvaldo Wendehake
Seorita Hercilia Alicia Robles
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Martina D. de Navarro
Seora Laura Boyd
Seor Belisario Porras Jr.
Seor Joaqun J. Vallarlno ....
Sita. Yolanda L. Vaccaro
Nio Julio Ernesto Arlas Zu-
bleta.
Triduo en la Iglesia de
La Merced
Durante los dias mircoles,
Jueves y viernes, tendr lugar en
la Iglesia de La Merced, a las
5 p.m., un Triduo a San Pancra-
cio, que terminar con una mi-
sa el sbado a las 6.30 a.m. Se
invita por este medio a todos
los devotos de San Pancraclo, y
catlicos en general.
Matrimonio
Contrajeron ayer nupcias an-
te la Corte de Balboa, la dis-
tinguida seora Margaret Allan
con el Sargento Primero del Ejr
cito norteamericano Howard N.
Golden.
Deseamos a los nuevos despo-
ELDA DE ICAZA, bellsima y notable figura del cuadro dra-
mtico de la Red Panamericana, que reaparece el prximo
viernes en la Novela Camel, a las 7 y 15 de la noche, asumien-
do la responsabilidad del papel estelar en "MI MARIDO",
novela que escribe Emilio Das.
sados un cmulo de felicidades ca ser demasiado grande;
en su vida conyugal.
8 PARTIDOS
una resolucin acuerpando de-
cididamente la medida.
LA PROTESTA DEL
RENOVADOR
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente Resolucin:
COMUNICADO
El Directorio del Partido Re-
novador declara a la faz del
pals:
Que desconoce el decreto de
esta misma fecha dictado por
el doctor Arnulo Arlas, por el
cual pretende derogar la Cons-
titucin del '46 que libremente
se dio al pueblo panameo re-
unido en Constituyente en que
estaban representadas todas las
tendencias polticas, sociales y
econmicas de la Repblica;
Que luchar por todos los
medios a su alcance para que
no tenga realizacin este torpe
intento de dictadura que el
pueblo panameo no puede to-
lerar;
Que permanecer indiferente
ante este atentado contra el
orden constitucional rs crimen
de lesa patria y que en tal
virtud cualquier sacrificio nun-
Que el desarrollo de tal pen-
samiento excita a todos los fun-
cionarlos pblicos, a los miem-
bros de la Fuerza Publica, a
los miembros del Poder Judi-
cial, a los profesores y maes-
tros, a los consejos municipa-
les, a los obreros, a los cam-
pesinos, a los hombres de em-
presa, a las entidades cvicas y
en general a toda la ciudadana
a constituir un frente nacio-
nal de resistencia a la dicta-
dura.
Panafn, mayo 7 de 1951
E. de la Guardia Jr., H. Aro-
semena F., Joel Benjamn.
Rogelio Robles, Mario Cal II.,
Ricardo A. Pardo, Carlos Men-
doza, Roberto Clement, Victor
Navas, Pablo Bares, H. D.
Turner, Ricardo Arias E., Ma-
nuel Arlas, Pablo Bares. J.
Guillermo Batalla. Homero A-
ACTTVIDADES DE LA CONFERENCIA. Las actividades de la Primera Reunin de la Cma-
ra de Comercio de las Americas se han venido desarrollando tal como se hablan planeado.
Aqu aparecen los delegados extranjeros Junto con los directores de la Cmara de Comercio
de Panam en una pose especial para este peridico. Al centro don J. Kennard Johnson, Pre-
sidente de la Cmara de las Americas, quien ha tenido palabras de elogio por la forma como
Panam ha preparado esta reunin internacional, la primera en su gnero en el continente.
De Reuter.
LA PROTESTA DEL LBER/1
NACIONAL
El Comit Ejecutivo en nom
bre y representacin del Par
tido Liberal Nacional.
CONSIDERANDO.
Que el rgano Ejecutivo me
diante decreto de gabinete ex-
cedido en esta fecha ha decla-
rado derogada la Constitucin
expedida por la Asamblea Cons-
tituyente y puesta en vigencia
el lo. de marzo de 1946, con
el propsito manifiesto de sal-
tar por encima de las trabas
Jurdicas que hasta hoy evita-
do la Implantacin de un rgi-
men decididamente totalitario;
Que esta actitud del rgano
Ejecutivo ha convertido en rea-
lidad nefasta la amenaza de
sustituir por una dictadura la
estructura democrtica del Es-
tado panameo:
Que el expediente de poner
en vigencia la Constitucin de
1941 cuyo origen irregular le
resta por si solo la fuerza y la
solemnidad de la Constitucin
derogada es recurso que no al-
canza a disfrazar las Intencio-
nes del acto ejecutado por el
rgano Ejecutivo;
Que si el mero anuncio de
las intenciones del rgano Eje-
cutivo haban provocado alar-
ma e inquietud en la ciudada-
na, su consumacin tendr re-
percusiones incalculables que
structura social, poltica > eco-
>mica de la Nacin;
Que por todas las considera*
.ones expuestas resulta claro
Indubitable que la Repbli-
:a se ve abocada a un colapso
. ntegral que destruir indefec-
iblemente su crdito interior y
j.xterlor acentuado asi la gra-
vsima situacin de una eco-
noma nacional ya prctica-
mente deshecha, con la con-
siguiente secuela de ruina y de
miseria, cuya victima inmedia-
ta ha de ser la clase de los
humildes y de los deshereda-
dos;
RESUELVE:
Protestar como en efecto pro-
testa por el incalificable aten-
tado perpetrado por el rgano
Ejecutivo a costa de la tran-
quilidad material, moral y es-
piritual del pueblo pai aireo.
Denunciar como en efecto
denuncia ante la ciudadana el
hecho monstruoso que viene a
desquiciar la esencia misma da
nuestras Instituciones democr-
ticas y a destruir en modo ab-
soluto la pa?, mental, indivi-
dual y colectiva sustituyndola
por la Inquietud, la Inseguridad
y la zozobra;
Excitar, como en efecto exci-
ta a los Comandantes, a los O-
flicales y Clases de la Polica
Nacional para que en esta hora
de tremenda responsabilidad
histrica nieguen su concurso
a la consumacin de tan nefas-
to crimen, constituyndose asi
en protectores y garantes del
orden jurdico actual, de Ja
tranquilidad y de la seguridad
del pueblo panameo.
Dado en Panam, a los siete
das del mes de mayo de mil
(Pasa a la pgina columna 8)
rala P., J. D. Bazn, Antonio afectarn de manera vital
"Pitos, flautas y piratas"...
mares en colores
Ms elegantes?
Ningn marte, a ningn precio
hoc la* ua* mdi Ugonlti qut CUTEX
Superior porque conliene "enamelon". que
hire perdurar al arillo mucho tiempo. No
K a-rieta, deiprendf ni den olor.
NUEVO-Lipix labial
Cotexfino, maye, per*
durable. En matice,
que combinan armonio.
meme con el enmallo
Cates para ini ua*.
El esmalte para ua ms popular del mundo.
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De muchos piratas terribles
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como Donald O'Connor (pirata
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cinta en tecnicolor: "Pitos.
Flautas y Piratas'' iDouble,.
Crossbonesi, que estrena hoy y en el Lux.
maana el Teatro Lux.
Aqu vemos al temible Do-
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de las Antillas, rufin de al-
tos vuelos, a condiciones emba-
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NOVEDADES MORRISON
a. 4 di- 'alie
TeJ. 1-1441
BOTICA CABLTOH
Ave Meladev II.N*
Tel US-C+lm.^^
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Coils U Otate No a*
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "" Na i7 taiM
Ave. Central 12-17 tolo
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura* V esmaltes
extra brillantes o prueba de moho.
8.3.2'j galn. Almocenes Tropidu-
ra.
SI VINOIN:Clarea, tuharie nafra,
car* acanalada, FU-Te (cartn
aiilador para eiele raioa)
ra, lavomanoi. aacutdoa, ate. a
la* orelo mal bajoi an plaia.
AGINCIAS GLSALES. Va 6*e-
Aa, llaaando a Juan Franca. Tal.
J-1503.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
Ofrecemos FACILIDADES DE FAGO
al comprador d* la moderna, c-
moda y elegante residencia de 6
recmaras situada an AVENIDA
JUSTO AROSEMENA NO. 53. Pa-
ra informes a inspeccin: Wolff
y Ci. Ltdo., Calla 5a.. 22, Tal.
2-2308.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para, ser-
vicios domsticos, debe dormir en
el empleo, B. 12.00 quincenales.
Ocurro calle 48 No. 20.
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleada
para oficios domsticos. Infrmese
Gelabert. Jernimo de la Ossa No.
10
SE VENDE: Incubadora elctrico.
Tal. 3-0255.____________________
Acabamos de recibii cemento blanco,
cermica de color y vidrio veide
contra calor. Ci Culcidio Gma-
la!. Fbrica de Musclcoi. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8__________
SE^vDE: Mquina eerfoieeare
de poios. Equipo complete y of-
teramante modarno. Fara ms in-
feriras llame el Tel. 2-3206.
Antonia Amele. ^_________
SE VENDE: Cargador de boterios,
copacidod de 80 amperes. Exce-
lente para estacin de servicio. Ga-
rage Mxico. Calle Juan 8. Soso
, No. 6, telfono 2-2069.
SE VENDE: Establecimiento, por
motivo da viaje, precio mdico,
paro el interesado. Calle 13 Este
No. 14 (Salsipuedesl.
GANGA: Se venden -2 casas mix-
tas que producen B.700.00 mem-
suoles, casa chica. Calle 14 Oeste
B.3,000.00. Lote en Rio Abajo a
B. 1.25, facilitamos prstamos hi-
potecarios. Agencias Thomas, Bie-
nes Raices. Avenida Central 59,
Tel. 3-1069.
MISCELNEA
PERSIANAS VENECIANAS. Se ho-
cen a la medida y se refaccionan.
Se dan presupuestos. "Colon Wood
Service", telfono 543-L. Calle
7a. No. 2003. Coln, R. P.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Modero usada para
piso, oferta a Mueblera Tun.
Va Porras No. 130. Tel. 3-2070
El Magisterio
la. Agregar a EL MAGISTERIO.
dida Inicial para la solucin de
los graves "rblenlas nacionales.
Hacemos un enrgico llamado
a la ciudadana en general para
aue acuerpe este movimiento de
resistencia nacional.
TODOS A LA HUELGA
DE BRAZOS CADOS.
FEDERACIN de ESTUDIANTES
Di: PANAMA
En la maana de hoy Repre-
sentantes del Magisterio Pana-
meo Unido, la Asociacin de
Profesores, el Cuerpo de Ins-
pectores y la Asociacin de Es-
tudiantes del Instituto de Ve-
rano, dieron a la publicidad el
siguiente comunicado, median-
te el cual declaran un paro c-
vico hasta que retorne a la vi-
gencia la Constitucin de 1946.
He aqui el texto de dicho do-
cumento:
COMUNICADO
El Magisterio Panameo U-
nldo, la Asociacin de Brofeso-
res. el Cuerpo de Inspectores y
la. Asociacin de Estudiantes del
Instituto de verano, conscien-
tes de sus deberes profesiona-
les v ciudadanos y de la res-
ponsabilidad histrica que exi-
ge el momento actual, cla-
ramos un paro hasta tanto re-
torne a su vigencia la Consti-
tucin de 1946 y se restablez-
can las garantas necesarias
para el desenvolvimiento demo-
crtico del pais.
Hacemos un llamado patriti-
co a todos lo educadores.
las Instituciones cvicas, al co-
mercio, a la Banca, a todas las
fuerzas vivas y a la ciudada-
na en general para que res-
palden como un solo lumbre
este movimiento tendiente a en-
cauzar la vida nabional por
Senderos de dignidad y decoro
Panam. 8 de mayo de 1951.
Por el M.P.U..
Ins E. Gutzmer.
Por la Asoc. de Profesores.
J. del C. I.u/cando.
Por el Cuerpo de Inspectores.
O. A. de Len S-
Por la Asoc. de Estudiantes
del Instituto de Veranb,
Teodoro de J. Villarrue.
SE VENDE:En Vista Alegre a me-
nos de 10 millas del Ferry, una
finca con rboles frutales, dicha
finca tiene 50 metros frente la
carretera nocional, terreno limpio
y quemado, listo para siembra,
muy barato. 12 centavos el metro.
Informes calle 26 Oeste, casa 18,
cuarto 6.
SE VENDE:Lote en los olios del
Golf, Parque Lefevre, ms o me-
nos 3,800 metros. Tiene agua,
electricidad y telfono en frente
B.2.00 el metro. Tel. 2870. Bol-
boa.
SE VENDE:MUY BARATO, lote en
CERRO CAMPANA. Ahora es el
momento de comprar pora casa
inversin. Llame SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2820.___________^^^^^
Un anuncio pequeo con grandes
ofertas. Lotes de todos tamoftos en
todas los Urbanizaciones a pre-
cios realmente bajos. Vistenos
personalmente y convenase de lo
asombroso de nuestra oferta. Wolff
y Cia. Ltdo.. Calle 5a., 22, Tel.
2-2388.
PERDIDO
PERCIDO:Perro de cocera, blanco
con negro y chocolate, peludo, por
los lados de Poja. Responda al
nombre de Tony. Avise al Telfo-
no 2-0059, Rodrguez.
la Asociacin de Profesores de
la Repblica, Capitulo de Pa-
nam, acord por unanimidad
lanzarse a un PARO CVICO
hasta tanto se restablezca la
vigencia de la Constitucin del
ao 48.
El Capitulo de Panam con-
sidera que la Constitucin ile-
galmente abolida garantiza pie-
riamente la libre expresin del
pensamiento democrtico y re-
presenta una legtima conquis-
ta para el trabajador de la
enseanza y para la educacin
en general.
Adems de lo anteriormente
expresado la Asociacin de Pro-
fesores de la Repblica, Capi-
tulo de Panam, estima que el
paso dado por el actual man-
datario implica el caos econ-
mico, poltico y social en el
pais y nos aboca a una dicta-
dura de corte nazista, dictadu-
ra que nuestra organizacin,
responsable y consciente del
papel que debe desempear en
la vida del pais, repudia y con-
dena por sus proyecciones de
verdadera catslrofe nacional.
Por las razones anteriores, la
Asociacin de Profesores de la
Repblica. Capitulo de Pana-
m, excita a los dems cap-
tulos de la Asociacin, arl co-
mo a todas las organizaciones
cvicas del pas, a las" asocia-
clones de profesionales, a los
organismos de trabajadores y
al comercio para que respalden
el PARO GENERAL, t, fin de
dar al traste enn la odiosa dic-
tadura a que se nos quiere so-
meter.
Asociacin de Profesores de la
Republics, Capitulo de Panama.
COMUNICADO
De la Asociacin de Profesores
de la Repblica. Capital
de Panam
En reunin efectuada en el
Aula Mxima del Instituto Na-
cional, hoy 8 de mayo de 1951,
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
una magnfica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /jC
diarios I
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 < alidoni
Tel. 2-1M1
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleoda con refe-
rencias. Colle lo. Perejil No .14,
Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero. Calle 48
No. 33.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio que duerma en el empleo.
Acudo a colle 39 E No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble para oficios en general en ca-
lle Estudiantes No. 79, Apto. 4.
LECCIONES
Aprenda guitarro y piono en seis me-
ses. Llame Escobar. Tel. 2-2563.
Calle 9a. No. 22.
SE NECESITA
General
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
' 21 v 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americono, Central
No. 25. Panom.
SE NECESITA:Hombre enrgico y
con personalidad, dispuesto a so-
meterse a riguroso entrenamiento
en venta de producto universal-
mente usado y de reconocida cali-
dad, que tengo experiencia con-
table, entre los 25 y 30 aos de
edad. Bueno oportunidad para in-
dependizarse para aquel que re-
na las condiciones necesarias .Es-
criba al apartado 1071, Panom.
suministrando fotografa tamao
postal, educacin, experiencio y
estodo civil.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto frente Par-
que Lesseps, los altos oficina Boyd
Brothers. Calle L No. 3, ltimo
piso.
i ,
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
entrada separado, para soltero, ca-
lle del Estudiante 73, Apto .6.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento inde
pendiente de dos recmaros, en!
San Francisco 102-A, B.60.00.1
Lime 2-3318.____________ f
Para estudiantes Universitarios, apar- i
tamento da dos recmaras amo- |
blado, frente Universidad Nacional.
B.80.00. Telfono 3-1070, sin
muebles, 6V65.00.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento recin
pintado: dos recmaras, porch, co-
medor, cocina y servicio. Carrete-
ra Aeropuerto No. 15, telfono
3-1352.
SE ALQUILAPor seis semanas, mo-;
derno apartamento de dos rec- ,
maros situado en Bella Vista, I
completamente amoblodo con ro-
pa de cama, vajilla, etc. Llame ol
3-2026 despus de los 5 p. m.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Cuno y un estante de
baby en perfectas condiciones, un I
bar para licores. Ocurra Avenida
Ecuador, 20 Paredes..
SE VENDE:Motivo viaje, juego de
sala de bamb, 6 piezas con lm-
paras, barato. Verlo Perejil Lo
Lomo No. 7, Apto. 4, Tel. 3-1878.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
t ALQUILAN.Exclua-vomente pa-
ro oficinas toclas cntricos en tot
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Solicitan infor-
macin en Almacenas 5 10 con-
tovas,
Locales comerciales en Mariono Aro-
semena v Super Mercado Celido-
nia; tambin en Ro Abajo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutaud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficino
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local. Para infor-
mes llame Tel. 2-3143, calle Co-
de No. 4.
Naciones Unidas al nor-este re
bcl, pasaron sin oposicin por
Uijongbu hasta un punto a 15
millas al sur del Paralelo33 a-
ytr, retirndose a sus posiciones
al caer la noche.
Las tropas de infantera aii*-
das y los tanques avanzaron
sin ox)slcln en el. frente cen-
tral ayer, pasando por la abal-
donada ciudad de Chunchon al
sur del Rio Put-han. a siete aj-
ila* a! sur del Paralelo.
fcn el frente central occiden-
tal, os ataques areos y de ar-
tillera terminaron con I03 ir-
tenlo3 comunistas de emboscar
a una patrulla cerca de Ksn-
jjng en la carretera de Ciun-
shon-SeI.
Los rojos estaban vestidos er>n
uniformes que los comunlstps
se estn concentrando al n r-
uioie de Inje a cinco millas ni
..urte del Paralelo 38 en el fren-
te central oriental y al nvrte
c Chunchon a ocho millas al
sut del Paralelo en el reiite
C'ni ai.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio locol e
Avenida Justo Arosemena No.
120. Informes en lo Contino o el
B lar.
SE ALQUILA
(.lasas
SE ALQUILA:Uno casita. Calle 44
No. 4. Al lado, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin, llave e informes precio.
SE ALQUILA:_Chalet con sala, co-
medor, 3 recmaros, cocina, porch,
garage, jardn, potio, cuarto de
emp'eodo con servicio, en calle 8a,
7.8049. Dirjase a E. Baln De-
abate 6029. Balboa, Tel. 475-
J. Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Espacioso residencia,
completamente amoblada, en lote
de 1.600 metros, alrededor da I.
000 metros de csped y jardin. 3
recmaras con dos baos, 2 ho-
bitaciones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situoda entre Paitillo
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o mis tiempo y es-
tar listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet, dos recma-
ras, sala-comedor, estudio. Aveni-
da 4a. No. 23, Parque Lefevre.
Tel. 3-0266.
Son empujados
Hue cuatro aviones de comba-
te mataron a 15 comunistas y
oesti uyeton tres caones pe a-
uos en una misin de apoyo al
tsic del centro ferroviario oe
.Iunsan a 21 millas al nor-ce
ce Sel-
Las fuerzas de tierra aliadas
st encuentran en un punto no
.pcci.icado en el este a unas
18 millas al norte de Sel y 12
..illas al ur del Paralela
La* ti opas surcoreanas que se
'encuciman en la carretera de
Munsan-Sel se lanza roa al *-
laqae otra vez al amanecer de
hoy, logrando ganar tres millas
de terreno en una lucha con
tropas norcoreana*.
Los despachos del frente il-
ceu que Jos rojos opusieron tina
fuerte resistencia ayer tai de,
peta) luego desistieron y se reti-
naren hacia el norte de su3 i-
..icioiies. Al caer de la noche i-.'i
tiopas surcoreanas se en^on-
i.-auan entre diez y trece millet
al nor-oeste de Sel.
Las fuerzas blindadas de la*
Los constituyentes
de 1948, aue por un acto tota-
litario pretenden derribar quie-
nes tambin juraron defenderla,
protestamos enrgicamente con-
tra este atentado v hacemos un
llamado a la Nacin para que,
con valor y firme*, impida la
consumacin de este acto cri-
minal que pondra la vida, hon-
ra y bienes de los asociados en
manos de una dictadura.
Panam. Mayo 8 de 1951.
II arm odio Arosemena F., I.uls
G. Paredes, Dldacio Silver, Abl-
llo Bellido, Digenes de la Rosa,
Luis M. Hernndez. Jacinto Lo-
pes y Len, Maximiliano Arose-
mena, Rogelio Robles M., Jos
Dominador Razan. Antonio de
Reuter, Ramn Jimnez, Grego-
rio de los Ros. Agnstin Ferrari,
Elias Cano Chanis. Gaspar Aro-
semena r Eric del Valle. Ho-
mero Ayala P., Alberto A. Boyd,
Roberto Clement. Antonio J- de
Sucre. Jos Ma. Herrera G., Sal-
vador Marenge.
Numerosas mujeres
llac de Chiari. Isabel I. de Cha-
nts, Ada Illueca, Ins de Fa-
braga, Elida de Crespo, Jelie-
ta H. de Ga lindo, Clara Gon-
zlez, Maria O. de alindo. Las
Chiari do Garr* de Paredes,
Lupita do Lewis, Marta L. do
Chanis, Luisa Aguilera, Merce-
des de Cornejo, Olga Ch. de
Boyd, Berta de Domnguez. Te-
resita G. de Paredes de Guar-
dia, Graciela Estripeaut de Gar-
ra de Paredes. Silvia de Boyd,
I Julieta Boyd, Mart Boyd, Ma-
SE ALQUILA: Pora residencio u
oficinas en coso privada, dos opor-
tamentos modernos, Avenida Per
89.
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Dora Mara Aparicio, Bebel de
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boa, Isabel de Mller. Celia J.
de Justiniani, Josefina Mailer.
Flora B. de Chiari, Mary Me
Clean, Dora Estella Chiari,
Blanca Quintero, Ofellna Chiari
Arias, Manuela Martines, Blan-
ca de Colberg, Carmen Estri-
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viuda de Blum, Lia Rosa de Es-
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Tel. 2-2847
Por subvertir el orden jurdico
sea de Justicia ae declare INCONSTITUCIONAL T SIN VICTO
ALGUNO el Decreto da Gabinete dictado el 7 de> Mayo de 1961i,
en cuya virtud se declara sin efectos 1 CONSTTTOCION DE 1946
y se pone en vigor la CONSTITUCIN DE 1641. La inconatita-
cionalidad sue solicitamos se refiere a todos los artculos del men-
cionado Decreto. ,
El Decreto de Gabinete ene acusamos de inconstitucional,
porque subvierte el orden Jurdico, emanado de la Constatacin
de 1946, es flagrantemente Tiolaterio de los articulo 19 y 256 de
la Constitucin de 1946, actualmente vigente.
Dicho Decreto de Gabinete Infringe de modo abierto el ar-
ticulo 19 de la Constitucin de 1946, porque de acuerdo con esta
ltima disposicin, "las autoridades de la Repblica" (entre las
cuales se encuentran el Presidente y los Ministros de Estado) de-
ben "cumplir y hacer cumplir la ConstitacJ*n",.y la derogatoria
de la Constitucin de 1946. por virtud del citado Decreta, os un
acto que, por el contrario, la desconoce, violando ose deber cons-
titucional del Ejecutivo, da CUMPLIRLA Y HACERLA CUMPLIR.
Cuando las autoridades encargadas de cumplir y hacer cumplir
la Constitucin, se arrojan por ol camino de la Dictadura, vio-
lando la propia Constitucin, ejecutan un acto inconstitucional y
antijurdico, que no puede tener vigencia alfana.
Como el artculo 4o. del Decreto de Gabinete que impugna-
mos deja en vigencia una parte de la Constitucin de 1946, re-
sulta que por este aspecto, jurdicamente, se ha sancionado con
dicho Decreto ana reforma de la Constitucin de 1946, en vigen-
cia actual. Y como la reforma de la Constitucin debe condu-
cirse por los trmites previstos por el artculo 256 de la Consti-
tucin de 1946, se ha Infringido este ltimo precepto, al dictarse
el Decreto de Gabinete impugnado, al reformar la Constitucin
dicha por medio de un simple Decreto de Gabinete, tramite que
no es el indicado por el articulo 256 de dicha Carta.
La Corte Suprema puede analisar cualquier otro aspecto de
la inconstitucionalidad del Decreto de Gabinete aue hemos im-
pugnado, y por tal motivo suplicamos al Tribunal que examine
en todos sus aspectos la flagrante inconstitucionalidad del citado
Decreto de Gabinete.
De los Honorables Magistrados, con toda consideracin,
HUMBERTO E. RICORD DIOGENES DUEAS ROVIRA
ELOY BENEDETTl
Panam, Mayo 6 de 1951.
Los mdicos declararon noy paro
da, hasta Unto sea restablecida la vigencia de la Constitucin de
1946.
4o.Exettar a los profesionales afine* y a la ciudadana en
general a aunar sos esfuerzos con nosotros. ^ 1.
. ASOCIACIN MEDICA NACIONAL
DE LA REPBLICA DE PANAMA.
Panam, t de Mayo de 1951.

El Comit integrado por los doctores Jaime de la Guardia,
Leopoldo L. Benedetti y Rolando A. Chanis, acord lo siguiente:
lo.Los casos de emergencia sern atendidos en el Hospital
Santo Toms, en el Hospital Panam, en la Clnica San Fernan-
do y en los hospitales provinciales. No se atendern casos en las
clnicas privadas.
2o.Cada una de estas instituciones nombrar los equipos de
mdicos que prestarn el servicio de emergencia, hasta Unto se T Panan}en- suboro.-
Ocho partidos
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
Enrique A. Jimnex
Lula D. Aliare
Lee. A. GonsleC
El Directorio Nacional del Par*'
tido Frente Patritico,
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que el Gobierno pana-
meista ha desencadenado una
violenta persecucin en contra
de ciudadanos y miembro* de>
partidos polticos que han pro-
testado por los desaciertos de)
su Administracin, llevando su
atropellos hasta atentar contra
la vida de los Diputados niue-*
ca, Samudio y Navarro, el pr
mero de los cuales, nuestra
compaero y SecreUrlo Gene-
ral del Partido, guarda cama
por razn de herida de consi-
deracin;
2o.Que el doctor A-nulfo
Arlas acaba de derogar la pro-
gresista Constitucin de 1946,
que tuvo su fuente en lo* dic-
tados del voto popular, par*
sustituirla por la Constitucin.'
de 1941, Estatuto reaccionario
impuesto a la Repolica mes
diante una farsa electorera;
3o.Que esta decision del Go-
bierno panameista es el pri-
mer acto definitivo part, im-
plantar una dictadura que alle-
gue en el terror y en la ati-
ere al pueblo panameo, a fus
ele impedirle que pida la solu-
cin de sus necesidades inme-
diatas como son las de Traba-
jo, Vivienda y Educacin;
40.Que este clima de zozo-
bra y desasosiego, y de ailen-
ciamiento de la opinin po* -
ca, por medio del teriorismo.
lo reputa necesario el doctor
Arnulfo Arias para coiitlnua
con mayor efectividad e im-
punemente sus atracos escan-
dalosos al Fisco Nacional y al
Patrimonio Privado;
5o.Que la suplantacin del
Estatuto de 1946 por 1- Cons-
titucin de 1941 llevara al caes
organice un sistema distinto.
So.Visitas a domicilio sern atendidas slo cuando el crite-
rio del mdico indique que el paciente es realmente ano que no
puede o no debe ser trasladado fuera de su casa.
4o.Habr an comit d supervigencia del paro, que est
integrado por los doctores Alberto E. Calvo. Pedreschi. Osvaldo
Velasquez, Ferrari, Rey, Correa. Rolando de la Guardia y Crdo-
ba.
En ceremonia
honor asistirn a este magno
acontecimiento la seorita Jo-
sefa Black, Princesa del Ma-
gisterio, Martha Spadafora. del
Reinado Tpico Nacional, Bexle
Rodrguez, Reina de Azuero;
Olga Barraza. Reina del Club
de Leones de Panam; Nilsa
Quletnro, 8oberana de la Ca-
a de Azcar de Pes, y la se-
orita Ins Lowe, princesa de
la colonia china de esta ciu-
dad.
La Reina Gioconda la. y su
Corte de Honor, Integrada por
Nancy Sasso, Margarita Barce-
nas, Virginia Rodrguez, y Tel-
ina Castillo, vestirn la noche
del sbado la pollera y baila-
rn durante el programa ale-
gres piezas panameas. La co-
ronacin ser algo monumen-
tal y fuera de lo comn; el
glmanslo en su parte exterior
estar alumbrado por potentes
reflectores mientras que su In-
terior est siendo artsticamen-
te decorado, consultado y elabo-
rado todo por personas conce-
dras del asunto.
La entrada de admisin es
de un balboa el palco y cin-
cuenta centesimos las gradas.
El mismo tiquete de preferen-
cia le da derecho a usted de
bailar sin costo adicional en el
gran baile de coronacin que
se llevar a cabo a las 10 p.m.
del mismo da en el Club de
Extranjeros. Los tiquetes pue-
den ser adquiridos en lo* alma-
cenes Bazar Ingls. Casa Motta.
Bazar Pars. Casa Wong. La Fa-
milia. Mueblera Inglesa y Ba-
zar Francs.
Persianas Venecianas. LUX
a B/.Q.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
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Panamericanas
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Tel. 8-1713
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CLAVOS
de toda clase
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Calibre 26
El Secretario de
fines.
Es evidente que ello obedece
a la derogacin de la Carta de
1946 en cuya confeccin parti-
ciparon elementos afines a doc-
trinas extraas al sistema de-
mocrtico de gobierno que nos
rige. Con la derogatoria del
Estatuto de 1946 se elimina la
Influencia Comunista infiltrada
en los rganos del Estado, nos
declar el secretario Rosas, ya
que es bien sabido que el pro-
pio Presidente del Partido Co-
munista es miembro de la Corte
Suprema de Justicia, lo cual
constituye un serlo peltero para
la seguridad de la Repblica.
- Nos declar adems l clUdo
funcionarlo, que todos los sec-
tores populares se mantienen a
la expectativa dispuestos a
prestar al Gobierno Nacional
el respaldo y la cooperacin
necesaria para el mantenimien-
to del orden pblico y de la
tranquilidad social.
Sern prohibidos
munlciclones, materiales atmi-
cos, petrleo y materiales para
lap roduccin de armas o mu-
niciones a la China Comunista.
nando todo el pas a los capr -
chos, a las arbitrariedades y a
la insana voluntad del docto*
Arnulfo Aria*.
RESUELVE: "
lo.Hacer un llamado efec-
tivo a todos los habitantes de
la Repblica, sin distingos par-
tidistas de clase alguna, pan
que repudien por todo* los me-
dios cvicos a su alcance la im-
plantacin de la dlcUdura que
ha desatado el doctor Arnulio
Arlas;
2o.Hacer un llamado a to-
dos los estudiantes, maestros y
profesores; a los comerciantes e
industriales; a los trabajadores
y patronos, y a los profesiona-
les, para que desplieguen todos
los esfuerzos cvicos de que sean
capaces, en contra de la dero-
gatoria de la Constitucin da
1946;
3o.Recomendar' a todo* los
miembros del Partido Prenta
Patritico, de las ciudades y del
campo, que luchen decidida-
mente por el restablecimiento
de la Constitucin de 1946, s
que cumplan esforzadamente
todas las misiones y consigna*}
que la direccin del partido leu
seale. .
4o.Protestar enrgicamente^
por las detenciones y atropello
Inicuos de que han sido vict.-s
mas nuestros compaeros de)
partido y otros ciudadanos pa*
menos.
Panam, mayo 7 de 1951.
Directorio National del Partido
Frente Patritico
Los miembros de la Comisin
EL PARTIDO LIBERAL I
NACIONAL
CONSIDERANDO:
Pidieron qu, 3e le, diera lempo ^^ g^lnSTSt
para comunicar a sus Gobiernos : ilevJl las flrmfts del seor pV-
todos los detalles de la Pro-1 sidente deX RenbU?a v h
.uesta norte-americana y se de- %?*.* d^s^GablneS
ha derogado la Constitucin
cldi levantar la sesin.
La Comisin acord volver a
reunirse 'el prximo lunes o an-
tes si es posible". En esa sesin
se someter a votacin la pro-
puesta de Estados Unidos y en-
tonces se pasar el plan a la
Asamblea General para su deci-
sin final.
Mantiene la
Agendas Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
dente de la Repblica, y es
por lo tanto un usurpador del
poder pblico y un delincuen-
te sujeto a las sanciones que
establecen la Constitucin y las
leyes.
2o. Excitar a la fuerza p-
blica.- al Poder Judicial, a los
funcionarlos administrativos, a
lo* alcaldes y consejos muni-
cipales a no prestar obediencia
al usurpador.
Dada en Panam, a 6 de ma-
yo de 1991.
Csar A. Guillen, Presidente;
Agostin Jan K., segundo vice-
presidente, Anadio Aguilera O.,
Juan B. Arla*. Csar Arrocha,
Israel Barrara, Lereaso
Barraca, Carlos Chang Ortii,
Bernardino Gomales R., Gre-
gorio de lo* Ros. H. Barletta,
Pablo Bares, Demetrio Decere-
ga, Gregorio de los Ros. Jorge
a. lllaeea. Cario* Harris, o.
Jurado Selles, Moiss Mndez
M, Victor Navas, David Sama-
dlo (preso), Alejandro Gonzalez
Revilla, J. M. Mondo* Mrlda
Norberto Navarro, Miguel An-
gel Ordeo*, Mareo A. ReMo*
Asset Vargas. Joel Benjamin,
Esteban Sesu.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores Drooramas
Nacional de 1946 y ha resta-
blecido la vigencia de la de
1941:
2o.Que esta actitud del r-
gano Ejecutivo avoca a la Re-
pblica hacia la dictadura; y
3o.Que es un imperativo c-
vico oponerse de manera enr-
gica y decidida al desquicia-
miento de las instituciones p-
blicas y del orden Jurdico del
pais, que serian los resultados
inmediatos de la vigencia del
aludido Decreto de Gabinete:
DECRETA:
lo.-jCondenar como un acto
de traicin a la patria la ex-
pedicin del Decreto de Gabi-
nete aludido;
2o.Invitar a todos los hom-
bres y mujeres libres del pais, a
que declaren una huelga cene-
ral de todas sus actividades
hasta tanto se restablezca la
vigencia de la Constitucin da
1146a
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE RIMATI
XI amerito Secretarlo de] Juzgftda!
Seccin! de Trabaja, al pblico,
COMUNICA:
due aa ha aaflalado a) da quinca da
loa corrante!, entra .las ocho de la ma-
ana x dor del dia. para Iterar a ca-
ke al remate da loe ailuientta blenea
embarcados an al jlelo qne elfue Lus
Antonio Psrigaalt contra Arturo Parte
suit:
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DOSCIENTOS CUAKSNTA BALBOA**
IB Z4]L*0) r ser postura, admisible ka
qaa cabra Us dos tareeras partas da so
avalas, previa la ooaslenacin da la su-
ma de doce balboas son valuta esnteei-
ssos (B.12.10). aa al Despacho da 10
Secretaria del Tribunal
Haeta las onea da la maana dal dia
del remata aa admitirn posturas. v
da osa hora en adelante, hasta cuando
al reloj marque las does dal dia. sa as-
urharn las pujas y repujas. utjedW
esdosele loa hins al mejor postor.
Faaam. da da Mayo da lili.
Lale J. V.laqua. >
Secretaria ,
i


MARTES. MATO 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA *- DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Los Senadores Derrotaron a
Los Indios y Se Coloraron
a Juego y Medio Del N. York
Servicio de U Prensa Unida
DETROIT. r Qeue Bearden,
recientemente adquirido por los
Tigres de los Senadores, puso
fin a la serie de ocho triunfos
corridos de los Yanquis por 10
6 al empujar los Ti?res 4
carreras con tres Jonrones en la
octava Jornada. Bearden. quien
condujo a los Indios al gallar-
dete de la Liga Americana hace
dos aos, no solo permiti me-
ramente cinco incoglbles desde
que relev a Saul Bogovln en
la tercera entrada sino que ba-
te el primero de esos Jonro
nes. Yogi Berra habia empata-
do la anotacin en la quinta
entrada con un jonrn y Oene
Woodllng en base, pero en la
sexta Dick KryhosW empuj a
Johnny Lipn con sencillo y en
la octava despus del cuadran-
guiar de Bearden. Kryhoski y
Hoot Evers hicieron otro tanto,
este ltlm ocon uno en base.
Woodllng tambin Jonrone por
los Yanquis y con dos senci-
llos ms comparti los hono-
res al bate por su novena con
Johnny Mize, quien jate tres
sencillos.
La Temporada De Basketball Se
Inaugura El Sbado 19 De Mayo
Yanquis de Nueva York al de-
rrotar a .los Indios por anota-
cin de 11 10. Los Senadores!
conectaron ocho incoglbles y a
notaron cinco carreras en el
quinto episodio despus de es-
tar 6 0, Larry Doby conec-
to en este partido dos cua-
dranglares y Dale Mitchel con"
tribuy tambin con dos triple.
Willar Nixon permiti 2 hits
y los Medias Rojas vencieron
a los Carmelitas por anotacin
de 2 carreras 0. En el ter-
Seor Rector: La Universidad
Nacional necesita un Ins-
tructor Deportivo.
(Continuacin de la 9a. lec-
cin.El Concepto de la Forma
Corporal...)
Los griegos construyen su for-
midable cultura, no con un sen-
tido analtico detallista sino con
cer episodio Nixon conect tu un, 8en.tl?ei:ul?tl^:llya?-0'
primer cuadrangular en las Li-
gas mayores, anotando asi la
nica carrera que necesitaban
para ganar.
Los senadores se colocaron a
un Juego y medio de los pun-
teros de la Liga Americana los
En la Liga Nacional solamen-
te m celebr un Juego y en ei
cual se Impuso el Brooklyn a
los Cardenales, por 4 carreras
a 3 en diez episodios.
En dramtica final los Dod-
gers anotaron dos carreras en
el dcimo episodio mediante un
par de errores de Peanuts Low-
rey, sencillo de Bruce- Edwards
y un largod el emergente Tom-
my Brown para alcanzar el
triunfo. Preacher Roe alcanz
su cuarto triunfo consecutivo
de la temporada.
DOS INTERESANTES CHOQUES PRESENTA
ESTA NOCHE LA LIGA DE SOFT COMERCIAL
El Bolvar jugar
ahora con el nombre
de Dep. ptica Sosa
El Deportivo Bolvar que mili-
ta n la Liga de Baseball de
San Felipe, en justo reconoci-
miento a su manager "ao"
Sosa, optaron en su ltima se-
sin por cambiar de nombre y
comunicarlo a la Liga como en
efecto lo hicieron.
Estos jugarn ahora bajo la
consigna del "DEP. OPTCA SO-
SA".
------------------------------1-----------!.....
Esta noche continuar la Liga
Comercial de Softball su serie
final por el campeonato con
otro doble Juego que correr a
cargo de los equipos:
Matas Cerrud vs Caf Duran
Pateo vs Control del Comejn
El Matas Cernid dedicar es-
te juego al Embajador de Pana-
m en Costa Rica donPanta-
len Henriquez Bernal, quien
lanzar la primera bola de este
partido. -..
Este torneo finaliza maana
con el doble juego entre los
equipos:
Caf Duran vs C. del Comejn
Pateo vs Matas Cerrad
y de aqui la razn de ser de to-
das las manifestaciones d la fi-
losofa griega: buscar el todo
para identliicarlo con la nada;
y s porque a ellos no les lnte-
reseba el sentido general de las
cosas. Por eso amaron mucho
ms la forma en un proceso evo
lutlvo de belleza que la esencia
misma de las cosas. Observandp
la estatuarla griega antigua, es-
pecialmente las estatuas de los
atletas, encontramos que todas
ellas tienen muy poca base de
sustentacin, o sea que tienen
poca plataforma. Los grandes
escultores: Fldias, Praxisteles,;
Pol lele to y otros han dejado pa-
ra la posteridad estatuas de'
atletas cuyos dorsos se Inclinan
o bien a un lado o bien al otro
de una pierna, es decir, que ca-
si toda la masa del cuerpo, se
inclina hacia uno de los segmen
tos inferiores, acercndose mu-
chas veces al equilibrio inesta-
ble. Esta documentacin real
que vemos en las estatuas grie-
gas antiguas no significa otra
cosa que la expresin de toda
una modalidad del pensamiento
de la cultura de aquel pueblo:
Nuevos directores de! basket provincial
Tomaron posesin de sus cargos los nuevos Directores de la
Liga Provincial de Basketball de Panam, y en esta vista
aparecen despus de ese importante acto, y son, de ixquierda
a derecha: Mximo Ros, Fiscal: Carlos Muoz. Secretario;
Germinal Sarrasqueta, Presidente; Humberto Tejada, Secre-
tario, y Rmulo Gorrichtegni, Tesorero. Falta el Vicepresi-
dente, Arturo Illuera.
La Unin Sovitica Fue Admitida
Como Miembro Del Comit Olmpico
VIENA, Mayo 8 (UP) La Unin Sovitica fu admitida
la liviandad detro"de ia'forma. cmo miembro del Comit Olmpico Internacional v est capaci-
tada para asistir a los Juegos Olmpicos de 1952.
El portavoz del Comit Internacional se neg a agregar ms
datos a la declaracin de la admisin de los soviticos y se limi-
t a decir que Ka Adgev, Presidente del Comit Olmpico Sovi-
tico, habia asistido a la sesin de la tarde en capacidad de
"miembro electo" del Comit Internacional Olmpico.
5e Corre El Dmgo. El Clsico
$oc. De Dueos De Caballos"
n
Por RDEME
El prximo Domingo se corre-
r en Juan Franco el Clsico
"Sociedad de Dueos de Caba-
llos" sobre una distancia de 1300
metros y por un premio de B.
1.000.00.
Ocho ejemplares se encuen-
tran inscritos en esta carrera en
la cual se enfrentarn varios
de los ms destacados equinos
que actualmente compiten en la
vieja pista sabanera. Entre ellos
tenemos a Espartano, Polvorazo.
Mr. Foot, Blido, Full, Mimo,
Oaywood y Golden Triumph.
Reaparecen los Campeones
En otra de las pruebas princi-
pales de la funcin hpica de
esta semana se enfrentan los
equinos de la clase "A" sobre
una distancia de 1300 metros y
por un premio de B.l.000.00.
Estn inscritos en esta carre-
ra Plnard, Welsh Loch, Main
Road, Phoebus Apollo y Dicta-
dor.
Sterling
Cardenales y
acertura del base invernal de Coln
ganaron en la
El escultor contemporneo Au-
gusto Rodin, fu quien se ocup
con mucha atencin en estudiar
detalladamente la diferencia
fundamental que hay entre la
escultura griega y la romana;
no solo en el aspecto material
de la forma escultrica sino en
la modalidad espiritual que es-
tas formas representan. Rodin
hacia observar a sus contem-
porneos que las estatuas grie-
gas, adems de preseltar una
acusada inclinacin sobre uno
de los segmentos inferiores, tam
bien presentan ua ligera lncur-
vacln superior, o .sea, una con-
vexidad dorso posterior de tal
manera que se produce sobre la
estatua amplios reflejos de luz;
en cambio dice, que las estatuas
romanas de Miguel ngel y de
otros escultores italianos del re-
nacimiento, presentan sus ma-
sas superiores lncurvsdas hacia
adelante en el plano anterb
posterior, produciendo una con-
vacldad, produciendo efectos de
sombra en vez de luz. Afirma
Rodin que esta diferencia deter-
mina y refleja la meitalidad de
amboc pueblos, expresados por
el buril y el martillo de su es-
cultura.
Lord Chester y
Dep. Mauricio
en la apertura
Por ACHET
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball, fij el sbado 19 del mes en
curso para la apertura de la
temporada de 1951.
El juego Inaugural estar a
cargo de los equipos LORD
CHESTERFIELD, Campen de la
ultima temporada y MAURICIO,
Sub-Campen.
Entre ctras cosas tratadas en
la reunin de anoche, inform
el Presidente de la Liga que el
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Cel-
so Carbonell, prometi efectuar
varias reparaciones antes de la
temporada al Gimnasio Nacio-
nal.
En la reunin de ayer se abri
la licitacin de las trasmisiones
de los juegos de la prxima tem
porada, licitacin que quedar
cerradas el 17 de Mayo.
Conozca el Juego
de Boliche
Por Chirc*.
Los equipos Pri. Remn y Pern empatados
en el comando del ftbol del Chorrillo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Ftbol mayor del Chorrillo
G. E. P. Pts.
PRI ................ 4 13 9
Dep. Pern .......4 1 3 9
C. Remen .......... 4 13 7
Mendosa ..__....... 3 4 5 6
Con un empate entre los equi-
pos PRI. Dep. Pern y Dep. Re-
mn. termin la primera vuelta
del Circuito Mayor, del Ftbol
del Chorrillo.
El ltimo partido de la pri-
mera fase corri a cargo de los
equipos Mendoza y Nacional,
donde lo sensacionales se impu-
sieron por dos tantos a cero pa-
ra dejar la retaguardia.
El juego entre estos dos con-
juntos result movido e intere-
sante, y ambos lucharon con
empeo durante todo el parti-
do, saliendo airoso al final el
Nacional.
Resultado del
Torneo por la
"Copa Davis"
YUQOELAVIA, Mayo 8 (UP)
Alemania se clasific para en-
frentarse a Dinamarca en la se-
gunda vuelta de las competen-
cias de la Zona Europea del Tor
neo por la Copa Davis de Teni3
al derrotar a Yugoeslavia en 3
partidos a dos: El yugoeslavo
Dragotin Mitc, empat la com-
petencia a dos partidos.
El mejor torpedero
del VIII Campeonato
fue Luis A. Cedeo
Hay un tipo especial de eti-
queta para cada deporte. No po-
da faltar, naturalmente, en el
boliche.
Este deporte trae consigo sa-
na competencia, buena amis-
tad, gran placer. Adems, gran-
des provechos para la salud. El
grado de placer que encuentre
en el juego depende exclusiva-
mente de usted. Siga siempre
las reglas. Est en todo tiempo
detrs de la linea de tiro, nun-
ca delante. No est rondando al
jugador que va a lanzar, por-
que es elemental no malograr su
concentracin. Si usted es espec-
tador, no moleste a los jugado-
res, y si es jugador no moleste a
los espectadores con sus inter-
jecciones por un tiro al canal,
por un "spare" fallado tf por un
"split" que no logr. Si usted
puede controlar sus propias emo-
ciones con ms razn controlar
sus tiros.
No se burle del novato; usted
lo ha sido. D preferencia en to-
do al Jugador que se halle a su
derecha. No lo distraiga para ha-
r nada.
No atribuya a su desgracia las
malas jugadas. Deje aparte los
comentarios, porque la hoja de
anotaciones habla ms claro y
ms silenciosamente. Si usted ha
jugado mal procure Jugar bien
la prxima vez. Lo dems que
se diga, sobra.
No est mareando al Jugador
dndole consejos acerca de c-
mo debe efectuar su tiro. SI l
cree necesario orientarse, le pre-
untara, no tenga la menor du-
a. Si usted realmente es bueno
en el juego, no faltar quien le
pregunte. 81 su puntuacin es
risible, difcilmente irn a bus-
car su consejo.
Sea gentil en el Juego. Y acur-
dese: Hay seoras delante!
LO QUE DEBE HACERSE Y LO
QUE NO DEBE HACERSE
Debe hacerse:
1.Obtener el equipo adeca' '
do. Un par de buenos y cmo 1
dos zapatos y una bola apropia- ,
da.
2.Practicar constantemente
hasta lograr un buen acerca-
miento y un buen lanzamiento.
Usar el acercamiento en cuatro
pasos.
3.Mantener calma en toda
ocasin. Fijarse en el espacia
entre los pines 1 y 3 o en cual-
quier otro escogido. Ser usted
maestro cuando domine el lan-
zar la bola contra el punto ele-
gido. Le har apreciar ms el
Juego y controlar sus resultados.
4.Mantener siempre la bola *
en la misma velocidad, tanto pa-
ra los "strikes" como para lo
"spares".
5.Dar a cada lanzamiento
una accin del cuerpo pareja?
con la del brazo.
8.Aprender de los buenos bo-
llchistas, an cuando sepa mu--
cho.
7.Ser un gran deportista y
un caballero o una dama en to-"~~
do momento.
No debe hacerse:
1-No lanzar una bola que no,
se ajuste totalmente a sus ma-
nos.
2.No agarrar la bola fuerte-~*
mente.
3.No azotar la bola contra el"
piso.
4.No usar un tipo de lanza-,
miento que le obligue, en el acer-*
cameinto. a llegar a la linea d
pique con el pie derecho por de-,
lante. .
5.No alterarse por los erro-
res. Los pines no oyen
6.No derribar el edificio (til
club de boliche con un macizo
impacto; derribar solamente los
pines.
'.No usar yeso. Ensucia las
bolas y los trajes. Seque sus ma-
nos con la toalla limpia oue co-
rresponda a los buenos estableci-
mientos.
Veteranos y ptica Sosa triunfaron en el
primer doble de la justa de San Felipe
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
COLCN, Mayo 8 (Por Nando
Quintero)Con gran entusiasmo
se llev a cabo la Inauguracin
de la Temporada Invernal de
Baseball Amateur auspiciada por
los miembros de la Liga Provin-
cial que preside el deportista
Flix Heraldez.
( Cardenales por tablero de 7 ca-
I rieras a cero.
Se habia anunciado otro juego
entre los equipos Deportivo
Sterling y Deportivo Harwood
I pero este ltimo no se present
completo por lo que se le dl
i la victoria al Sterling por 'for-
La apertura se verific en el i eit" o sea nueve a cero.
diamante del Estadio de esta lo-
calidad, y despus de un vistoso
desfile donde tomaron parte to-
dos los equipos Inscritos ornan-
ai el juego de apertura entre
los equipos Deportivo Cardenales
vs Deportivo Los Mentirosos, j
partido que result repleto dei
mociones en los primeros tres i
episodios, pero luego los Carde-
nales comenzaron a dezatar
una fuerte ofensiva de bate que
dl al traste con las ambiciones i comienzan a las 4 de la
de los mentirosos, ganando los' en el Estadio de Coln.
En el partido Inaugural se re-
gistraron las siguientes marcas:
Cardenales 7 carreras, 7 bits y
dos errores: Mentirosos cero
carreras, dos hits y 7 errores.
Lanzador ganador Carlos Nelson
y perdedor F. Norrto.
Esta tarde juegan Deportivo
Max Barrera vs Deportivo Har-
wood y el Jueves deben jugar
Deportivo Costa de Oro vs De-
portivo Tule. Todos los juegos
tarde
Count Turf no
correr en el
Preaknes Stakes
LOUISVIXLE, Mayo 8 (UP)
No habr este ao ganador de
la triple corona. Count Turf que
se Impuso en el Derby de Ken-
lucky no ha sido Inscrito para
participar en el Preakness Sta-
kes, la segunda carrera fabulosa
del turf de los Estados Unidos.
Count Turf esta inscrito para
el Belmont Stakes, la tercera
carrera que compone la triple
corona.
Se abre a licitacin la transmisin
de los partidos de la Liga de Basket
La Liga Provincial de Basket-, tas delante de los Interesados
ball ha abierto a licitacin las el da indicado para el cierre
transmisiones de los partidos' tan pronto exista el quorum
El Selecta marcha solo ahora en el puesto
de honor del ftbol infantil de Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Infantil de Barraza
G. i: r. Pie-
Selecta .... .'. 8 % Fuerte 35 ...... .. 1 4 fi
Independiente .. .. 1 4
Guayaquil ...... .. 1. 3 u S
... 1 3 i r
Tauros ........... ::. 2 2 4
Santander ...... 1 1 3
Angelini .......... ... i 4 2
con sus respectivos triunfos ob-
tenidos ltimamente con los si-
guientes resultados:
Select! iTauros I
Fuerte 25 3Angelini I
Independiente 2Pern
Adems el Pern perdi su
Invicto, los Tauros volvieron a
perder y el Ans/ellnl fall una
vez ms.
El Selecta qued solo en el co-
mando del Ftbol Infantil del
Barraza que dirige Tem Molina.
y Fuerte 25 e Independiente se pos invictos de los ocho que se
mantienen en el segundo puesto > estn disputando el premio.
Con todo en esta contienda se
encuentra todava cuatro equi-
Sobre justa menor de
basket tratan maana
ios representantes
Maana a las 5.00 de la tarde
se reunirn en el Gimnasio Na-
cional los representantes de
equipos del Basketball Menor
Masculino con el Comisionado,
de ese deporte con el proposito
de adelantar detalles para la
prxima contienda. Se ruega a
todos los representantes de equl
pos asistir a esta reunin y lle-
var la nmina de sus equipos
completamente firmada.
para la prxima temporada y
las bases para esta licitacin
son las siguientes:
LICITACIN PARA RADIO
1Queda abierta la licitacin
de la exclusividad en las trans-
misiones de los. partidos de bas-
ketball del Campeonato de 1951.
2Los sobres debern venir
completamente cerrados y sern
recibidos por el Tesorero. Rmu-
lo Gorrichtegui en la Cervece-
ra 'Nacional de Ave. Norte has-
ta las 7.30 de la noche, quedan-
do cerradas las propuestas el
da 17 del mes en curso a la
hora antes menslonada.
3Las transmisiones se con-
cedern para los partidos de la
| categora mayor, tanto mascu-
lino como femenino.
4La Emisora proponente de-
ber enviar un cheque de fian-
za a nombre de "Liga Provincial
de Basketball de Panam", por
el 50 por ciento de la suma to-
tal que deber pagar como ex-
clusividad la Emisora que gane
reglamentario de la Liga en el
Gimnasio Nacional.
8La Liga se reserva el dere-
cho de aceptar o rechazar algu-
na o todas las ofertas y abrir
una nueva licitacin si a bien
lo tiene.
9La Emisora proponente ten
dr que incluir en su presu-
puesto el narrador que actua-
r en los partidos, reservndose
la Liga el derecho de rechazarlo
si no lo considera capacitado.
Panam. Mayo de 1951.
Germinal Sarasqueta,
Presidente
Humberto E. Tejada V.
Secretarlo.
Sern agasajados los
peloteros de Coln
por M. Calvez
COLON, Mayo 8 (Por Nando
Labor deftnsiva de los Torpe-
deros del VIII Campeonato Na-
cional de Baseball Amateur en' Sto. Domingo
thltre.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Baseball de San Felipe!
G. P. Pje.
Dep. ptica Sosa..
Fte. ('biriqu .....
Veteranos
Especial "para
EL PANAMA AMERICA
POA. TCh Ave
dolo a las duchas en el 3r. episo-
dio al otorgar 3 visas gratis, per-
miti 3 de los 5 incoglbles entre
ellos dobles de R. Mern y R.
Oberto, y 5 de las 6 carreras, la
otra fu anotada en el primer
acto.
Pea tuvo que venir en auxl-
En el primer doble dominical; lio de su compaero, contenlen-
0 1000
1 .500!
1 .500
2 .IN
W. Brown (BT) 2
S. Mejia (CH) 2
G. Knowles (C> i
D. Peralta (D> i
W. Ramos (Vi 0
L. A. Cedeo (H) 12 21 34
L Sanjur (P) 7 17 25
V. Castaedas D 16 26 45
E. Hauradou (P> 8 13 23
O. Hardy (Ci 13 18 34
C. Plntt COC) 1 7 9
C. Dood BT) 10 13 27
V. Patino (V) 21 23 52
J. Htrrera COC) 19 23 52
Montenegro (LS) 5 11 20
D. Fernndez J. Franco F.A lfaro (SB i 12 15 35
Wedderburn CH
N. Prez (SB)
Hernndez (SB)
D. Vales (SB)
D. Brown (SB)
E. Solis (C)
15 11 34
8 9 24
1 1 3
1 1 4
1 3 9
0 0 1
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.971
.960
.933
.913
.912
.889
.852
.830
.808
.800
.800
.793
.771
.763
.708
.667
.500
.444
.000
SIGIVIFICADOS de las Abre-
viaturas: PO-Put Outs- A-Asls-
tencla; T.CH-Total de Chances;
AVE.-Average.
BT.-Bocas del Toro; CH-Chl-
rlqu; C-Coln; D-Darln; V.-
Veraguas: H-Herrera; P-Pana-
m; COC-Cocl; SB-San Blas;
LS-Los Santos.
J. de las Mercedes Muoz.
Compilador Oficial.
la licitacin.
5-Los pagos sern efectivos i ^^r^t^^Toe^
mensualmente, a ms tardar los' i?**'*" jLM.a UK.
das 5 de cada mes y en che-
ques a favor de la Liga.
6Las ofertas sern acepta-
das solo en dinero, ya que no se
aceptarn ofertas que incluyan
propaganda ni objetos de va-
lor.
7La Liga abrir las propues-
LArdor, Picazn y Comezn de la
Eczema
Rpido mtn te
Combatidos
T na m neceaarla qu* uilii tufra
4* rea, oaioaa* y dealaurante. en-
nr.rm.dad>> da la pial, romo eczema,
earroe, eruprione, acna. aplnlllaa,
aarna y roncha*, roja, aln lo bene-
ficio 4e una rarala mdica llamada
Nixad.rm. Na ermita qu. la anfar-
mrdada da au pial lo harn aantlraa
Infartar v lo hagan pardar amigo*.
Limpia au pial con a*t* nuavn m-
todo ci.ntifiro y no dala qu* ata *n-
farmadad haca la canta *r**r qu*
u.t.d ot atarme.
Ti'Mliiif *..,.
., NaS*rm ** un ununto qua
Ifcrcat*. X6 aa (raaos* Uno a* alanta
raal comoun polvo cuando uatad
y mata, lo* microbio* o fiara.it o fr.
uanlmanla raapoaaahla* por la >n-
farmadada* da la alai. IAcaba con
la comaaon. al ardor y la plcaaon an
poco tiempo y refresca y alivia la pial.
'. ,A,J'**^*-U. ",l*aa, curar la
piel. aililtS.la ni,, r atarelope-
Hi
Nixederm
ti. clentlfle
Como
Mnt* preparada paral" combatir la.
enfermedad** e la pl
eaeto maa rdpM*
leX.lt
Piel.
*on en uno. euantoa ralnutei'y lu*a-o
SSSESJ1 *"i3r. aclarando T
fill. 5?" ,u H*'' nacindola rr.
gaya, Maaea y terciopelada. En ur.
o.!Lt_..i *.".,"P*J dir a u.t.d
ii.it.Ti- "?' "U tratamiento
rirl .V.<"'* *" ?"** "liando
S ,r "' tratamiento
S2JSS"! a ?"a m atractivo o
ISfii *-^u*i# "* eonqulatar
S,n.^t N',,*rn' ha trado a
"alna* p*r*on**' '' "* =
*M.rr.eW. l.a|..
, 2!?i* "S"'**" aomlirar* de
L *!/22ml,"t0- Daipuee aolamente
j '!" Pr nn **mana. y al
Sid- -i? ttompo, lian* qu* haberla
ntic.'.'"1 "** ctar y "-
fflSfffffr ,""-"-"va. tiene ,5.
ha*ii. dado la claae de piel que har
oue **a admirado doncl quiera qu*
^mpr* Nlx.dec koy lamo *
Quintero)Los deportistas que
Integraron la Embajada Depor-
tiva que defendi los colores
de esta Provincia en el Certa-
men de Bisbol Amateur que se
llev a efecto en la ciudad de
Chltr, han recibido el ofrec-
PARA ON ASPECTO
MS SANO Y JUVENIL
Una mwvi y admirable crina aftitai
que ayuda a conservar el aspecto
agradable y juvenil de la piel
Ahorapor primera vezse h
elaborado una crema de afeitar
queesrealmente buena para la piel.
Esta nueva frmula le permite a
usted afeitadas a ras de piel, nti-
das ... y sin irritacin!
Maravilllo lngr*d*nl*
La nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams
contiena Extracto di Lanolinaro-
cente descubrimiento cientfico cOd
mayores propiedades "benfica*'
para Id piel que la lanolina corriente
Sele en WILLIAMS
Ahoracada vex que usted se afeita
con Crema de Afeitar Williams dio-
fruta de asta maravillosa aubatavncia
y aderada ... usted obtiene una afei-
tada mda ntida, mejor. Uoa William*
la nica crema de afeitar que contiem
Extracto de Lanolina.
miento de un lujoso agasajo por
parte de su Atache el gran De-
portista chitreano Moiss Gal-
vez.
Este buffet se llevar a cabo
en esta ciudad en fecha que se
dar a conocer oportunamen-
te.
que present la Liga de Base-,
ball Amateur del Barrio de San.
Felipe, salieron airosos los equi-
pos; Veteranos y ptica Sosa
sobre el Sto. Domingo y Fuerte
Chirlqui por pizarra de 3-0 y
6-1 respectivamente. En el pri-
mer Juego. F. Croswalte se apun
t el Juego sin hits ni carreras.
Fablo Croswalte lanzador es-
trella de los Veteranos, lanz
pelota sin hits ni carreras al
vencer su equipo por 3-0 al Dep.
Sto. Domingo.
Croswalte fu guiado efectiva-
mente detrs del plato por M.
Caparrosa, ponchando a 13 con-
trarios demostrando su control
y lanzamiento indescifrables,
concedi 4 visas gratis en todo
el juego.
Los viejos anotaron sus 3 ca-
rreras en el 3r. acto.
Ruiz lanz los 2 primeros ac-
tos en buena forma, no fu has-
ta en el 3r. acto donde le liga-
ron el primer incogible valin-
dole el retiro.
A. Santos de los Dominicanas
tuvo que ser retirado del Juego
por irrespetuoso con el arbitro
jefe Brown.
PTICA SOSA TOMO EL
COMANDO DE LA LIGA
El juego donde los protegidos
de ao Sosa lexDep. Bolivar i
le dedicaron el partido, lograron
vencer a los favoritos del Fte.
Chirlqui. con una impecable la-
bor de R. Pinzn en la caja de
los bustos por 6-1.
J. A. Castillo, no tuvo suerte
Igual a la de Pinzn, los pticos
lo atacaron con 5 incoglbles
anotndole 6 carreras: envian-
do por el resto del juego los
pticos de Sosa.
Los Chiricanos anotaron su
solitaria carrera en el le. acto.
Cajar con 3-2, Arosemena, P-
rez, Oberto y Sagel 2-1 y Fani-
11a 1-1 resultaron los mejores
bateadores del Juego.
El lanzador ganador fu R.
Pinzn y el perdedor J. A. Cas-
tillo.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORIS
CONCURREN ...
Para mayor potencia motriz:
-decdase por
CHAMPION
nj
"Mis nuevos Champion dan
mucha ms 'vida' a mi
auto .. ." dice el Sr. Tulle
MoraMi de Castelar, Argenti-
no, "y me es mucho ms agrada-
ble guiar ahora que antes. Reinsta-
lo un nuevo juego de
Champion cada
15,000 kilmetros.
El kilometraje adi-
cional que obtengo
me ahorra dinero
en combustible. Y
siendo ti costo de
vida lo que es hoy
dio, ste es un fac-
tor importantsimo."
Predilectas
del mundo
entero por ms
de un cuarto de siglo
1



p,m;ina i
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MATO I, 1951
KOA -1090 HOW -1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA COLON
P.M.
1:3
3:15
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4:15
4:30
6; no
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6:30
6:45
7:00
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1:45
8:00
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
HOY MARTES
El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quak-r
Coctel musical
Noticiero R.P.A.
Selecciones variada*
Peticiones
Vibraciones del Aire
(Nacho Valdsi
Filigranas musicales
Msica escogida
Msica variada
Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Mana (de Jorge Isaac)
El Molino Silencioso
Dramatzacln
Por los Senderos de
Historia.
Ritmos tropicales
El Favorito de Hoy
Melodas de Mxico
Msica variada
Acordes porteos
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Msica favorita
Variedad musical
Msica sin palabras
Cancionero nocturnal
Buenas noches
la
MAANA MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:Q0 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o.)
7 45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
. con An tinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero <3o.)
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El Molino Silencioso
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Msica variada
12:15 Noticiero (4o. >
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Por Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Espaoleras
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones
3:00 Selecciones de saln
3:15 Delicias tropicales
ELDORADO
JUEVES!
CHACHITA
TUSITA
ANDRES SOLER
DOMINGO SOLER
Y OTROS ARTISTAS
en
HOY! A PETICIN!
"EL GAVILN
POLLERO'
PEDRO INFANTE
LILIA PRADO
ANTONIO BADU
Canciones, Humor, Vino,
Amores y Besos a torrentes.
"LOS HIJOS
de la CALLE"
ANGELES DEL ARROYO AL SERVICIO
____________DEL MAL.. .____________
POR QUE ROBAN LOS NIOS?

VALO
CON

SUS
'.ISMOS
OJOS
LA CULPA ES~DEToS~MAYORES!
*r,
hJ+L-
UNA

PELCULA QUE LE HAR EXCLAMAR A UD.
"SALVEMOS A LA INFANCIA DE LA l
PENDIENTE DEL DELITO"
HOY!
Y MAANA!
TEATRO LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
UN ESPECIAL ESTRENO DE RISA I
MORGAN, CAPITN KIDD, ANA, LA DESCUARTIZADORA.
BARBA-NEGRA reciben en su refugio en la ISLA TORTUGA
al ms temible de todos los Piratas: DONALD O'CONNOR, en
la comedia en Tecnicolor ms graciosa y pintoresca de la
temporada I...
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
HAIL, HAIL, 1H$ BOLDEST
PIMTC GANG fS AU Mttttfl
DOUBLE
coto* wTEetf/tfA
Starring
*eato&
DONALD HELENA
O'CONNOR CARTER
I ftDi-
WU1 BEER MM EIOY HPE EMRSaN
DESDE JUEVES PROXIMO!
UN INTENSO DRAMA MODERNO!
Una Mujer siguiendo un rastro de venganza, siembra el
terror en 8 millones de personas! Ser atrapada a tiempo?
"MENSAJERA DE LA MUERTE"
J99
El "Aviso Oportuno
"& HUrrado Sm Igual"
Es Barato v Efectivo
"SINFONA OTOAL"
Un drama en que imperan las fuertes emociones, con
un argumento de lo ms interesante
SE ESTRENARA EL JUEVES EN EL CENTRAL!
. FRANCOISE ROSAY
- JESSICA TANDY not umnm
mimm
JUEVES
UNA PELCULA DIFERENTE!
HONDA Y APASIONADA!... INTENSA Y DRAMTICA!.
La Fantasa y la Realidad en una Lazo Trgico!...
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ -- ALICIA CARO, en
BODAS de FUEGO
UN PELCULA QUE CRISPARA SUS NERVIOS!
TEATRO NACIONAL
Compaa "LOPE DE VEGA"
Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1947-1948
PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premio Nacional de Interpretacin 1941
con
Conchita MONTUANO Alfonso MUOZ
y Pitar BIENERT
Director: JOS TAMAYO'
HOY, MARTES 8 DE MAYO QUINTA DE ABONO
8:30 P. M.
EL NIDO AJENO
de Jacinto Benavente.
La formidable Comedia en tres actos!
Una genial interpretacin de Carlos Lemos.
PRECIOS:
Luneti Anfiteatro y Palco. .,
Galera................
2.50
1.00
MAANA!
"LA VIDA ES SUEO"
de Caldern de la Barca.
LTIMOS DAS DE ACTUACIN!
TEATRO CECILIA
HOY HOY
Algo nunca visto en la pan-
talla... Los misterios de la
selva..'. La Ley Brbara de
la Jungla... Ritos y tradicio-
nes extraas!...
DESDE JUEVES!
Para vivir feliz hay que rer!
Y Ud. reir hasta llorar con
LA MALDICIN
(The Curse of the Ubanrl)
ADEMAS:
JOHN CALVERT
(Como El Halcn)
CATHERINE CRAIG, en
CITA con la MUERTE"
(Appointment With Murder)
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
TROPICAL
HOY
GRANDIOSA FUNCIN
CINE-TEATRAL
0.60 0.30
PRESENTACIN DE LOS PULSADORES Y
ACRBATAS PANAMEOS!
"EL TRIO ATLAS''
(ALAS?:00 P.M.) -
Procedentes de Nueva York y Europarf....Aplaudidos por
el mundo entero!... Mujer!... Ritmo!... Msica para los
ojos!... Vibran sin sonido...
Y ACTUACIN ESPECIAL DE
JULIA ELENA SMITH
(La Pulsadora Mis Pequea del Mundo)
ADEMAS:
Una pelcula de acciones in-
crebles... Y grandes acon-
tecimiento!...
"LA SALAMANDRA
DE ORO"
(Golden Salamander)
con TREVOR HOWARD
ANOUK
TONY FLANDESCantante del folklore mexicano
TRIO AN-RO-YEBailarines Internacionales!
PAPITO BAKER y su Orquesta de Maestros!
RAY TICOEl Profesor de la Guitarra!
Adems:
UN DRAMA DE TREMENDAS EMOCIONES!... LA MAS
EMOCIONANTE CAZA HUMANA DE LA PANTALLA!...
"DESTINO, LA
CRCEL"
- con -
Dorothy PATRICK Robert
II PI I III IITIIt ROCKWELL James LYDON
FUNCIONES DESDE LA 1:30 P. M
JUEVES
Submarinos piratas a la vista! Bajo
una bandera de terror se oculta un
secreto tenebroso!...
"EL FANTASMA
DEL MAR"
(Mystery Submarine)
con
MacDonald CAREY Marta TOREN
XITO!
ESTRENO REGULAR!
DESDE EL JUEVES
ITO!
*
PRESIDEHTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
LA SUPERPRODUCCIN MAS ESPECTACULAR
DEL CINE EN ESPAOL!
CENT RAL
Un desfile in-
terminable de
situaciones
atrevidas!
ROBERT MITCHUM
LORETTA YOUNG
- en -
" R AQUEL"
BELLA VISTA
BARBARA STANWYCK
en una de sus
m i grande*
creaclonea dra-
mticas!...
"Prisioneras
del Azar"
- con -
ST PRESTON
STEPHEN McNALLY
2-
TEATRO CECILIA
PELCULAS QUE LO FASCINARAN
Vea lo Nunca Vlito. en
"MALDICIN UBANGI"
Adema: John CALVERT Kalherlne CRAIG, en
"CITA CON LA MUERTE"
-2
TEATRO TROPICAL
GRAN SHOW I -- GRAN SHOW I
. Presentacin del -
"TRIO ATLAS"
JULIA ELENA SMITH
(La pulsadora mi pequea
del mundo)
TRIO AN-RO-YE
TONY FLANDES
y PAPITO BAKER
su Orquesta^^^^
TEATRO ENCANTO
(Aire Acondicionado) ___
"WAHOOF WAHOl
Lew Ayree Teresa Wright
- en -
'XA CAPTURA"
Adema*: Cha. Laughton. en
"EL HOMBRE DE LA
TORRE EIFFEL"
TEATRO TfVOL/
"Gran DoM* en Castellano I
"MADRE QUERIDA"
- Adems: -
LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA^
TEATRO IRIS
Mara AntonleU Pon. *n
-LA REINA DEL MAMBO"
(No Apta P atao"'
MpnMnALLA"
HISPANO
Dia del Pblicol
LA BALA SANGRIENTA"
"REMEDIO HEROICO"
'RINDOSE del. PEUjKjr
PRESIDENTE-VARIEDADES
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
"SERENATA EN
ACAPULCO"
(Continuacin de "Al Son del
tambo")
con PEREZ PRADO
y m Orqneala:
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MARTES, MATO S, 1951
ti. PARAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA NUEVE
i-ii
EL DILEMA DEL TO SAM
Por ALDOR
En el mundo de la Ciencia
BIKINI, Laboratorio de Radioactividad
tnnelnriaj re amia ri Inrfn > j. .._ *- j-i. _____
Dnde necesitan ms urgentemente 1m arma?
TECHO DE PAJA.No seria primavera en Paris ti los modelos no
son estrambticos. Este nuevo sombrero se llama "techo de pa-
A Ja" y sirve en Urdes calurosa. Se atreverla usted a Mario?
Israel y sus vecinos lo que
esperan es vivir en paz
tad dividida.
"Sin embargo, existe un vn-
culo espiritual entre el hogar e
Israel. El judio norteamerica-
no guarda la misma relacin
con Israel que el irlands na-
cido en los Estados Unidos guar-
da con. Irlanda."
En el lado rabe, los lderes
del pas que fueron entrevista-
dos dijeron que se les haba e-
chado de Israel. Pero el rabino
Herzog y otros lderes lsraeil-
nos dijeron que ellos hablan
huido. Sin embargo, algunos
admiten que no se hizo esfuer-
zo alguno para alentar a los
rabes a oermanecer en territo-
rio de Lirael.
Los lderes judos repudian y
deploran la matanza de toda
una aldea rabe, y a su ves se-
ala que setenta mdicos y en-
fermeras fueron matados mien-
tras iban en un convoy, rumbo
al hospital y la Universidad He-
brea, por una zona desmilitari-
zada.
En el lado Israel ino se dice
.que la matanza de rabes fu
realizada por tropas irregulares.
Pero si se mira cuidadosa-
mente, se ver que en lo mkn
recndito de los corazones, en-
tre los rabes que viven como
personas desplazadas en cuevas
y en tiendas de campaas y
entre los lsraellno* que viven en
un programa de austeridad, c-
xlste un sincero deseo de paz.
Por HARRISON W. FRY
t (NA.NA.)
' JERUSALEN, (EPS)
He aqu una rpida, ojeada de
turistas a un lugar agitado en
el Cercano Oriente de nuestros
das.
Un joven soldado libanes, de-
sarmado, con un pintoresco
casco terminado en punta, se
adentra en la oscuridad de la
, tierra de nadie destruida por
las bombas, entre las lineas que
separan su ejrcito del de Is-
rael.
Dirige a una veintena de cl-
rigos y educadores norteameri-
canos del grupo de estudios so-
bre la Palestina cristiana, to-
dos los cuales llevan maletines.
El soldado no lleva linterna en-
cendida. Parece esto una huida
ms bien que la salida de hus-
pedes quien se ha recibido
gentilmente.
En la oscuridad, despus de
haber recorrido varios cientos de
metros, aparece otra figura con
distinto uniforme.
"Shalom (la palabra hebrea
3ue significa paz), Abdal", le
Ice el otro soldado al libanes.
"Hola, Pepe", contesta ste,
dirigindose al de Israel, al pa-
recer orgulloso de poder hacer
(ala de sus conocimientos de
ngles ante los Invitados a quie-
nes escolta.
Y el grupo de estudios pasa,
con la mayor sencillez, al otro
lado de la lnea fronteriza.
Pero esa linea, sencilla y cor-
dial como ha sido el trato reci-
bido en ambos lados de la mis-
ma, constituye una barrera que
est impidiendo que circule en-
tre ambos pases una gran can-
tidad de dinero del turismo.
Y los lderes de los negocios
dicen en privado que el Cerca-
no Oriente necesita de este di-
nero importado por los turistas
como una "cosecha", segunda
en Importancia despus de las
1 rutas cltrosas, para establecer
i estabididad en un pas que
est librando una dura batalla
con la pobreza.
En Jerusaln se habla mucho
de paz. En los pases rabes, co-
mo el Lbano y el Jordn, se
habla ms de cooperacin que
de odio. Puede que esto sea un
indicio espranzador. pero nadie
sabe a ciencia cierta de dnde
se ha de venir la esperanza.
En l recepcin oficial ofre-
cida por el alcalde de Jerusa-
ln al grupo de estudio, un
hombre de negocios de Israel
aventur la sugestin, mientras
tomaba, a sorbos un Jugo de na-
ranja ton un norteamericano,
ae que si los turista ecunimes
pudieran pasar de un pas a
otro, podran crear una atms-
fera en la que pudiera lomen
tarse la paz.
explic l que el turista nor-
teamericano estaba molesto con
lo que pareca una serle de dis-
cusiones ociosas y que estaba
primordialmente interesado en
la gente.
"Las energas de ustedes, sus
hahilidades, su tcnica, todo lo
que ha hecho que la seccin ls-
raelina de Jerusaln florezca
como un paraso terrenal, sig-
nificara mucho para secciones
del pas dominado por los ra-
bes", Insinu uno del grupo.
"Si", dijo el lsraellno, "pero
los rabes tienen tambin mu-
cho que aportar." Quien asi ha-
blaba era un hombre de nego-
cios y no un funcionario del
gobierno. Es de la gente que a-
i cude al mercado y que est en
sus hogares que surge la opi-
nin publica.
En jerusaln se encuentran
los santos lugares de tres gran-
des religiones. La vieja Jerusa-
ln, con los santos lugares mas
importantes, se encuentra ocu-
Sada por el reino del Jordn
achemlta. Pero sus cordtales
hoteleros no pueden, con Su cor-
dialidad, compensar la falta
de agua corriente ni de agua
caliente.
En la nueva Jerusaln, ocu-
pada por Israel, hay hoteles que
pueden compararse con los de
cualquier ciudad occidental,
siendo Iguales y hasta mejores
que stos.
El rabino Jaacov Herzog, hi-
jo del Jefe de los rabinos de Je-
rusaln y asesor del gobierno
lsraellno en asunto, eclesisti-
cos sugiere que las Naciones
Unidas nombren una comisin
que colabore con Israel en es-
te sentido.
"Israel es tan teocracia como
pueda serlo Nueva York", dijo.
"Hay ms de ciento cincuenta
mil rabes cristianos en Jeru-
saln."
En cuanto al tratamiento dis-
pensado al Judio reformado, el
rabino Herzog dice que no hay
ms de trescientos Judos re-
formados en todo Israel. La
cuestin de los judos reforma-
dos, tan numerosos en Norte-
amrica, dice el rabino, es una
cuestin delicada. Y agreg:
"Mientras un Judio sea ciuda-
dano de otro pas, le debe leal-
tad al mismo. No se plantea en
este caso la cuestin de la leal-
Por MAURICIO OOLDRM'TH,
redactor ren ti fleo de la
I'nesco
Aunque sus antepasados ha-
ban vivido en ella secularmen-
te, los nativos de Bikini se en-
cuentran en la actualidad des-
terrados de su isla, transforma-
da en un laboratorio para el es-
tudio de Ja radioactividad. Los
efectos de las explosiones at-
micas, que en 1946 revelaron la
existencia de Bikini al mundo
entero, se hacen sentir todava.
Desde 1946 los sabios no han
dejado de observar este atoln
del Pacifico como si se tratara
de un organismo viviente, y con-
tinan las observaciones sobre la
evolucin de la enorme cantidad
de radioactividad Jinetada por
las explosiones atmicas.
La revista "El mes cientfico"
(The Scientific Monthly), rga-
no de la Asociacin Americana
para el progreso de, la ciencia
ha publicado en el mes de febre-
ro ultimo el primer informe au-
I torlzado de estas tres aos de in-
vestigacin, redactado por Neal
O. Hies, miembro del grupo de
estudios que estuvo en Bikini en
1949.
La "operacin encrucijada"
(Operacin Crossroads), para
dar a las experiencias de Bikini
su nombre oficial, se prepnr
con el fin de permitir % los es-
pecialistas una serle de-observa-
ciones sobre los efectos de las
explosiones y de las radiaciones
liberadas. El atoln de Bikini,
situado en el archipilago Mar-
shall, tiene la forma ovalada v
una longitud aproximada de 37
kilmetros: est rodeado de diez
Islas importantes. Su laguna es
lo bastante profunda como para
Doner a cubierto los barcos que
se necesitan en las experiencias.
Es decir, que el sitio era ideal
para un ensayo de la bomba a-
tmica.
La operacin necesit el envo
a Bikini de 242 barcos .156 avio-
nes, 750 aparatos cinematogrfi-
cos y fotogrficos. 25,0QX> apara-
tos registradores de radiaciones
v 42,000 personas, entre Investi-
gadores, militares y observado -
Hicieron' explosin dos bom-
bas. La primera, el dia lo. de-
julio de 1946, sobre los barcos-
blancos, situados en la laguna:
la segundaexplosin submari-
na el 25 de julio. Los efectos
de esta ltima, aunque no ha-
yan sido Inmediatamente ma-
nifiestos, son los ms ricos e In-
teresantes.
'Esta exploslcln, escribe M.
Hies, es la primera, y hasta a-
quf la nica experiencia en que
la bomba atmica haya sido
empleada de modo que los pro-
ductos de la fisin se mezclan
con el agua y permanezcan asi,
en su mayor parte, en la zona
de deflagracin.
El hecho de que la explosin
fuese submarina hizo que la bo-
la de fuego se presentase emer-
giendo de las aguas en la super-
flcle de la laguna. Millones de
toneladas de agua, de lodo y de
desperdicios se levantaron en
una columna de cerca de dos ki-
lmetros de altura, que se man-
tuvo durante varios segundos so-
bre Bikini. La explosin fue tan
violenta aue varios de los bar-
cos-blancos fueron literalmente
levantados por la deflagracin
del aire y proyectados a cente-
nares a metros sobre el agua.
"Cuando este enorme surtidor
recay sobre el agua, la zona del
Impacto se transform en un
torbellino de restos radioactivos.
Enormes cantidades de coral y
de cieno fueron arrancadas por
el remolino del fondo de la la-
guna: se form una cavidad poco
profunda de unos 800 metros de
ancho, y en ella cayeron unas
500,000 toneladas de lodo radio-
activo".
En la semana que sigui a la
explosin, los sabios comproba-
ron las radiaciones por medio de
los contadores de Oelger (apara-
tos que registran la frecuencia
de las desintegraciones atmicas
o emisiones de partculas por las
materias radioactivas).
En 1947, unos cincuenta sabios
se trasladaron a Bikini; se con-
sagraron al estudio, a la fotogra-
fa y al examen de la zona de-
vastada. "Mientras, buzos de la
marina, exploraban y fotogra-
fiaban los cascos de los barcos
abandonados y se dragaba el lo-
do y los restos del fondo de la
laguna, los sabios estudiaban la
flora v la fauna: el estado de la
poblacin submarina; analiza-
ban los ejemplares de peces y
otras especies acuticas y mi-
llones de restos procedentes de
todos los organismos vivos del
atoln".
Comprobaron en la zona del
Impacto una radioactividad muy
grande, pero de un modo gene-
ra!, las radiaciones peligrosas
haban desaparecido. "La vida
prosegua sin cambios .Los or-
ganismos vivientes de Bikini no
ofrecan al examen ni mutila-
ciones, ni cncer, ni mutacio-
nes.
Se comprobaron todava "es-
pasmos" de radioactividad. Los
Investigadores que despus de la
guerra estudian los aspectos ra-
dlo-blolglcos de las explosiones
atmicas, buscaron los Istopos
radioactivos creados por la ex-
plosin. Eran acaso, arrastrados
por las mareas y las corrientes
a lo largo de Bikini? Los hom-
bres de ciencia se preguntaban
si los organismos contaminados
por la radioactividad guardaban
ciertos elementos y rechazaban
otros. Descubrieron que la ra-
dioactividad se comunicaba a la
vida del atoln, que se concen-
traba en los tejidos de los orga-
nismos vivientes y que habla
un proceso de absorcin.
Ei todava demasiado pronto
para conocer todas las conse-
cuencias de esta primera explo-
sin submarina de la bomba a-
tmica. Segn los primeros da-
tos, parece que los organismos
vivientes de Bikini encierran
aun cierta radioactividad. "Hoy
un hombre podra atravesar sin
Seligro el fondo de la laguna de
lklnl; el grado de radioactivi-
dad no es mayor que la que
puede soportar un hombre, por
lo menos segn los conocimien-
tos actuales. Sin embargo, como
su actividad es todava estable
y de larga duracin, durante va-
rios aos seguir detectando an
vestigios.
Una radioactividad ms fuer-
te de la prevista se ha compro-
bado Igualmente en los tejidos
de los organismos vivientes. "La
eliminacin ha sido moderada y
la actividad concentrada de mo-
do que pareca desafiar la accin
purlflcadora del agua".
Se han descubierto trazas de
radioactividad en todos los or-
ganismos vivientes que hablan
sido expuestos a las radiaciones.
"8e ha visto que los alimentos
pueden transmitir su radioactivi-
dad a seres hasta entonces in-
demnes: que ciertas plantas ab-
sorben radiaciones con una ra-
pidez extraordinaria y que al-
gunos rganos, como el hgado
y el bazo, parecen almacenarlas
y tienen asi un papel muy Im-
portante en esta especie de con-
tagio".
Ninguna planta ni animal exa-
minados despus del verano de
1946 parece haber sufrido a cau-
sa de la radioactividad. Pero, los
desgastes no son siempre visi-
bles, pueden manifestarse por
un desarrollo anormal o por le-
ves desviaciones de estructura,
como suele suceder a menudo
en la naturaleza.
"Los bilogos saben que la ra-
dioactividad, cualquiera que sea
su grado, produce efectos dai-
nos, observables o no. Lo que no
.aben es si la radioactividad tan
dbil como la descubierta en Bi-
kini posee un potencial descono-
guna posibilidad de lnvestlga-
cldo aun. Pero, estn decididos a
no omitir ningn dato ni nin-
cln". (Unesco).
El general Wedemeyer y Louis
Johnson depondrn en vistas
secretas sobre D. MacArthur
GLORIA CONCISA.La escultu-
ral Lola Ingram aparece aqu
con el trofeo obtenido en un
concurso de belleza en Miami.
El ttulo que va con el troteo es
"Seorita Concision". Es que su
trusa de bao es tan concisa!
Al margen d la ley
DoloresenlasArfleulacfonesPueden
ser causados por Rones Cansados
SI M lent. nstsd Indlapuasto. e ta- Mnnluti a tea rtii.. m n......
HWmiiuii a ocha, o meso*
SJg."S*.od* "*"" tobillo, hln-
toados, dolor. a la* articulacin,
ardor on loa conducto* y execao da
acidas, al funcionamiento Unto da loa
ronespneoa ar la vardaoera causa
da Atalas.
_" ;.,,,in,0 V Wbldaa mal aace-
ftdoi puadaa cauaar un cao a
essoe r recargar loe (Monee da tal
manara qua funcionan Mnal j- nacaat-
tan eetlriulante aruda diurtica para
Iua loa rones ajaran Man au funcin
purificar ea sanar* debidamente r
eonaarvarl* la salad y toa faene*.
Hachos mdico* aaa rtiiiiiliili
Mr mallo ai pruabaa clsatfaca* f
nicas, asi como a al diarlo ajajaf
fio 4* su aro/aalfin. tu* aa dlufSUM
qua a una racata mdica. Cantonaras
j osstsnaraa da caaos an los arehleos
de sato* medios, pruabaa o* asi aa.
t* primara doela da Cyetev oemlea-
ss a hacar sa afacto lmmeelata-
manta. ayudando a aaa rlSonea a a-
rrolar al llaaao d* cidos, amo lull
hacar qua natad aa alaata oomo najara
otra Tas. Tan safaros eata loa fanal-
cantee da Cyetes d* so asta opa-
dar completamente aatlafacbo. aue
da Cyaaaa hoy mima. n mttl
macla taranta.
Por STEFFEN ANDREWS
(N. A. N. A.
WASHINGTON, mayo (EP8)
8e ha sabido que se llamar a
deponer en relacin con las In-
vestigaciones sobre el caso Mac-
Arthur, al Teniente General Al-
bert C. Wedemeyer, autor del in-
forme sobre l Corea, manteni-
do en secreto durante tanto
tiempo.
El ex-jefe de las fuerzas nor-
teamericanas en China durante
la segunda guerra mundial fue
descrito por circuios republica-
nos del congreso como uno de
los principales testigos milita-
res en la prxima Investigacin.
Wedemeyer, quien actualmen-
te est al mando del, Sexto Ejr-
cito, ser llamado para aue ven-
ga a Washington desde San
Francisco, segn se indic, con
objeto de comparecer como tes-
tigo de refuerzo despus que ha-
yan prestado testimonio los
miembros del Estado Mayor
Combinado. El es uno de los
cuatro ex-Jefes de la Marina y
del Ejrcito a los aue se les ha
ordenado que-tomparezcan ante
la vista del caso, a peticin de
dos Senadores republicanos.'
Junto con el ex-Secretario de
Defensa. Louis Johnson
El Senador William P. Know-
land, de California .confirm re-
I B-lent*"lnte l y 1 Senador
| Styles Bridges, de Nueva Hamp-
I hire, le .haban pedido perso-
nalmente al Senador Richard
! Russell, presidente de los comi-
ts conjuntos de los Servicios
Armados v de Relaciones Exte-
| rlores .que le ordenasen a Wede-
meyer que compareciera como
parte del "procedimiento nor-
mal" en estos casos.
Anteriormente, el Senador
Knowland hizo saber que haba
pedido que convocase tambin
I al Almirante Arthur W. Rad-
ford. Jefe de la flota del Paci-
I leo, y a los vicealmirantes Os-
ear Badger v Arthur D. Struble,
ex-Jefe de la Sptima Plota nor-
teamericana.
El Senador callforniano le di-
Jo al representante de la "North
American Newspaper Alliance"
, que estsba particularmente an-
sioso por one Wedemeyer pres-
tase testimonio, debido a que
crea que el general podra a-
portar informacin de Impor-
tancia vital sobre la poltica se-
guida por los Estados Unidos en
el Lejano Oriente.
Agreg aue Wedemeyer estaba
versado en los acontecimiento.
y asuntos que precedieron a la
formulacin de dicha poltica, v
que sus puntos de vista se incor-
poraran a las minutas del comi-
t.
UOS HKl.l.r/AS.Se trata de
Virginia Mayo y nna nueva rosa
que ha sido bautizada ron su
nombre. La rosa "Virginia Mayo"
se exhibe en la Exposicin In-
ternacional de Flores en Holly-
wood. California.
BELLEZA FELINA.George Fletcher, de Chicago. le da un hafn
a esta leona de 10 meses, en la esperanza de obtener un buen
comprador. Fletcher le regal la leona a su esposa hace unos ma-
ses, pero la nia se empea en crecer demasiado rpido y se ha
convertido en un estorbo y un peligro!
1 Estado Mayor no apoyaba
a MacArthur, segn se revela
ciones.
En segundo lugar si el Elu-
do Mayor Combinado apoyaba
o no a MacArthur en lo did) o
por l de que habra de ganar-
se la guerra coreana.
En tercer lugar, enterarse da
si el Estado Mayor Combinado
eslaba o no de acuerdo con cu
era preciso darles participacin
en a guerra coreana a las fuer*
zas nacionalistas de Chlans
Kal-shek, para que contribuye
ran desde el punto de vista ail-
litar. .
Entre I Amor y la Ley
JaeJ MrCrca, el Uro* del Oeste ea
tu*tai datas do aventuras, surer
de ucto ea la pantalla para en-
carnar al sheriff Tom Banning en
la absorbente produccin Universai-
Intemationsl en Technicolor "An-
gel de V regaa" ea la w forma
pareja alelar con SbeUsy Winters.
Por Steffan Andrews
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, mayo 8 (EPS)
La administracin de Ttu-
man desencadenar un nuevo
ataque contra el general Mac-
Arthur haciendo pblicos unos
documentos secretos que de-
muestran que el Estado Mayor
Combinado no apoyaba el pa-
iccer de MacArthur en cua.ito
a la guerra de Corea.
Se revel estos despus que el
Congreso exigi nuevamente
iut se llevara a cabo una In-
vestigacin completa para de-
terminar si el Estado Mayor os-
laba o no de acuerdo con el
modo en que el general desti-
tuido diriga las operaciones en
la Corea.
Lderes destacados del Con-
greso dijeron Inmediatamente
despus del discurso de MacAr-
thur que los oficiales militates
se encontraban trabajando ya
en la compilacin de una liota
eompleta de documentos inter-
cambiados entre el Pentgono
y Tokio desde Junio pasado-
Se supo que estos documentos
militares y documentos adicio-
nales sobre la poltica del go-
bierno, prepaardo por el Depar-
tamento de Estado, serian en-
tregados pronto al Comit i'.e
Servicios Armados del Sanado.
Este Comit, encabezado por
el senador Richard B. RuSot.ll,
demcrata de Georgia, Interio-
rar a MacArthur a puertas ce-
nadas en el transcurso de la
semana que empieza el 29 de a-
bril.
Los documentos incluirn los
clculos hechos por el servicio
de informacin militar del pro-
pio MacArthur sobre los coma-
nlstas chinos, asi como otros
mensajes militares relacionados
con sus recomendaciones para
que se les prestase "apoyo lc-
gistico" a las fuerzas naciona-
listas de Formosa.
Los lderes demcratas del
Congreso hicieron hincapi en
que estos documentos no esca-
rian disponibles para la puoll-
cacln, pero les seran necio..
pblicos a los miembros del Co-
mit para usarlos en el in ten o-
gatorlo en las sesiones ejt-
cutivas.
MacArthur declar en su dis-
curso ante el Congreso que pic
ticamente todos los lderes mi-
litares, incluyendo a los del Es-
tado Mayor Combinado, estaoan
de acuerdo con l por lo (ue
.".e referia a la necesidad de
neutralizar el "santuario" mili-
tar comunista en la Manchur'a.
El propsito principal de la
Administracin en las prximas
sesiones ejecutivas del Comit
segn se supo, ser el de ave-
riguar si MacArthur estaba en
lo cierto al hacer la declarador
anterior.
Especficamente, los senado-
res de la Administracin trata-
rn de encontrar, primero, rl
hay alguna "restriccin" a la
actividad area al otro lado del
rio Yal y en la Manchuria,
como declar MacArthur. smI
como enterarse de si el Estado
Mayor Combinado estaba de a-
cuerdo con l por lo que tocaba
a la eliminacin de las restrlc-
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