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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWKNTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MAY , 1951
FIVE CENTS
80 HURT IN RP VIOLENCE
Air Armada Blasts Secret
Red Base; Destroys Jets
TOKYO, Mty 9 (UP) Tht greatest United States
air armada of the Korean War blasted a secret Communist
air base just south of the Manchurian border into a flam-
ing inferno today, destroying at least half of the 100 Red
jets hidden there.
The 5th Air Force threw 312 planes every avail-
able fighter and fighter-bomber in Japan and Korea
against the camouflaged, coolie-built airfield at Sinuijui,
in the northwest corner of Korea.
It was the biggest single air strike of the Korean war.
It was designed to smash the most dangerous potential
Communist challenge yet to United States air supremacy
over Korea.

The 30 minute attack left the
whole ah-Held covered with
lire. Red-tinged moke billow-
ed up three mile or mofe into
the sunny sky.
The attack opened 2 p. m.
when a flight of Shooting Stars
crowed the airfield to knock out
Red antiaircraft positions near-
by with five Inch rockets and 50
caliber machlneguna.
Thereafter the fighter went
In wave up to 20 strong.
The Jets, Were Joined by pro-
peller-driven Air Torce Mus-
tangs, and Marine Corps Cor-
sair. >
The Red Jets, parked in well-
camouflaged revetments, were
blasted with high explosive and
shrapnel bombs, and doused
with flaming napalm.
Meanwhile Communist ground
troops fell back to or across the
98th parallel all along the 100-
mlle land front.
They gave up their hard won
gains of two weeks ago with-
out a fight
Petit Larceny Plea
Nets 30-Day Term
For S. Davidson
A charge' of grand larceny,
which had been placed last week
against Septimus Davidson, SO,
Panamanian employe of the
storehouses, was reduced Mon-
day afternoon to one of petty
larceny.
The reduction was made be-
cause of Davidson's past good re-
cord in his Job.
He had been charged with the
theft of 15Q automobile conden-
sers. This amount was cut In
half to reduce the value of the
stolen merchandise to $91.50
well below the $50 necessary for
a grand larceny count.
Davidson pleaded guilty to the
charge and was given a 30-day
Jail sentence.
Sick Coast Guard
Seaman Evacuated
From Cape Hala
F. J. Oolart, a \ Coast Guard
seaman stationed t Cape Mala
was flown to the Canal Zone
yesterday afternoon for hosplta-
llzatlon after he was reported to
be ill.
This morning he was In Coco
Solo Naval Hospital under treat-
ment for Jaundice. His condition
is not considered serious.
A request for air evacuation of
the sick seaman was received
yesterday from Quarry Height
b ythe Caribbean Air Command'
1st Rescue Squadron.
At i:05 p.m. a helicopter, pilot-
ed by Capt. John F. Miller, took
off from Albrook for Cape Mala.
With Capt. Miller were Staff Sgt.
Harold Rooslter, a "para-medic,"
and Staff Sgt. Philip T. Moore as
crew chief. Their plane was
escorted by a G-47, piloted by Lts.
George M. Blalr, Jr. and Howard
J. Cochran.
The helicopter flew directly te
Cape Mala where it landed at
3:05 p.m. and took Golart
aboard. The helicopter then went
on to Pocri where the sick man
was transferred to the C-47 for
the trip back to the Canal Zone.
Both planes returned to Albrook
about 5 p.m.
Local 900 Asks
15-Cent Hourly
Wage Increase
Quake Victims Will
Get Relief From CZ
Balboa Tides
Thursday, May 1$, 1M1
High Lew
:Z4 aja. nil a.m.
:2$ p.m. 12:27 p.m.
Hong Kong Reports
Mass Executions
Outside Shanghai
HONG KONG. May 9 (UP)
A Red firing squad mowed down
285 "counter revolutionaries" at
three airports outside Shanghai
ten days ago in the largest mass
execution yet conducted by the
Mao Tse-tung regime.
The victims were reportedly
lined up and shot three days
after city-wide raids. Only five
were tried publicly.
Shanghai police commissioner
Yang ran apologised to the
public for any inconvenience
caused by the early morning
raids.
A request for a 15-ent an
hour across the board wage in-
crease was made Monday at a
meeting with Gov. F. K. Newcom-
er of representatives of Local 900,
Government and Civic Employes
Organizing Commlttee-CIO.
The request and other points
discussed Monday at the day-
long meeting, were reported to a
crowd of over 000 at the Pacific
Clubhouse last night. Principal
speaker was John L. Yancey. vice
chairman of the GandCEOC-CIO.
who returned here Sunday after
a year's absence.
A brief in support of the mat-
ters discussed at the Monday
conference is to be submitted to
the Governor, a CIO spokesman
said. He has promised to give the
various points consideration. The
Panama American was told at
the CIO office.
Other points discussed, the CIO
spokesman said, were:
An increase in the number of
ingrade steps from five to seven;
Establishment of a minimum
35-cents-an-hour wage by elim-
ination of ingrade steps 1 and 2:
Proposed longevity Increases of
five cents an hour after 10 year
of service;
Automatic pay Increases In-
stead of the present Increases on
merit;
Equal pav for equal work;
An adjustment of salaries for
oiler In the Locks Division:
Seniority and length of service
for reduction of force;
Establishment of 340 hours of
sick leave;
Retirement and disability re-
lief;
Retention of quarters by em-
ployes pending repatriation.
Also discussed during the Mon-
day meeting was the question of
Increased tuition in the Canal
Zone schools for children of gov-
ernment workers living outside
the Canal Zone.
Haya de la Torre
Hearings To Resume
THE HAGUE, May 9 (UP).
Oral hearings in the Colombia-
Peru controversy over the asy-
lum rights case of Victor Raul
Haya de la Torre, leader of Pe-
ru's outlawed Aprista party is
scheduled to begin in the Inter-
national Court of Justice here
May 15.
Relief supplies for earthquake
ufferers in Salvador will be
sent from the Canal Zone as
soon as authorization is received
from Washington, military
sources said today.
A report on the Salvador
situation has been made to Army
headquarters in Washington,
The Panama American was told.
A conference was held this
morning of military and Red
Cross officials at Quarry Heights.
After the conference, a mili-
tary spokesman said there would
be no delay in sending relief
once the authorization is re-
ceived
Meanwhile from Salvador the
United Press reported that all
government facilities there had
been mobilized for relief work.
President Oscar Osorlo and
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his cabinet ministers directed
rescue and relief operations, act-
ing under martial law which has
been effect since Monday night.
Osorlo personally visited the
stricken area centering around
Jucuapa. Archbishop Chavez
Gonzlez said, after a visit to Ju-
cuapa and Chlnameca. that
crowds had staged a blind panic
there. They ran through the
streets, not knowing where they
were going after glimpsing their
wrecked homes, he said. >
In an effort to prevent the
spread of disease, health au-
thorities have set fire to the
ruins of Jucuapa.
Total casualty figures have
not been announced but unof-
ficial figures given over 1.000
dead and 2,000 Injured.
Truman Says
Years of Tight
Controls Ahead
Buoy Tender
'Bramble' Due
In Cristobal
WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)
President Truman, addressing a
meeting of 700 men represent-
ing such Industries as power,
coal, minerals, petroleum and
gas who are members of n ad-
visory council working with the co. She has been checking navl-
The US. Coast Guard buoy ten-
der Bramble is due in Cristobal
at 4 p.m. today, 15th Naval Dis-
trict sources announced.
She will berth at Pier 1-C
Coco Solo until she transits Fri-
day for Cape Mala.
?he 180-foot, 870-ton vessel
is a unit of the 7th Coast Guard
dlstrietf IT san Juan, Tuerto ri-
Slug Hits
13 Others
7-Year-Old,
Shot; Cars
Burned; Glass Smashed
'Plague Mission Was Heroic
i TOKYO, May 9 (UPJ An Nevertheless he and his three As a former medical officer
American general of the Medi- companions began their daring in the Middle East he knew
nal Corps risked his life on a mission on the night of March bubonic plague symptoms well.
top secret mission deep into 13. Sams had been planning to
jSommunist Korea to invest- They set out In a powered make smear tests. If these prov-
gate a deadly epidemic felling naval whaieboat 20 mile off the ed positive he would have or-
tud troops. coast of Korea. A few hundred dered mass vaccines for the pro-
Hi exploit produced Informa- yards offshore the party trans- tectlon of all the United Na-
tion vital to safeguarding the ferred to a small rubber raft, tlons forces,
health of United Nations troops. Icjr surf drenched them .before But no steps were necessary
It was also the basis of Com- they reached the Red-territory to protect the United Nations
munist claims that the Allies beach. troop, who are already vacci-
were engaging In germ war- nated against smallpox,
fare. They then saw a convoy of After 90 minutes In Commun-
For "extraordinary heroism" Chinese trucks, headlights blaz- 1st territory Sams and his par-
ln accomplishing his mission lng. crawling along the main ty returned to the beach and
Brig. Gen. Crawford Sams has highway only a few hundred were picked up by the navy,
been awarded the Distinguished yards from the beach. The Communists later exe-
Servlce Cross the second- The quartet lay flat and held cuted 25 Korean families for
highest United States military their breath as Allied planes helping the United Nations
decoration. swooped down on this convoy quartet.
Sams, 49-year-old chief of the with bombs, and dropped flares
United Nations command Pub- to light their target. The official Chinese and North
lie Health And Welfare ectlon, Crawling then across the Korean radios have accused the
last March volunteered to In- mined beach the four worked American forces of using bacte-
vestlgate reports that bubonic Inland to a North Korean vil- rtological weapons In Korea.
' plague was rampant among lage. North Korean Premier Pak
Communist trogps. There Sams questioned con- Bon Yong demanded only today
There were fears that the tacts about Communist hospl- that the United Nations order
plague might spread to United tais and sick bays. a war crimes trial of General
Nations forces. From descriptions of the Douglas MacArthur and Lt. Gen.
An amphibious landing was stricken men in these plaoes Matthew B. Ridgway for Intro-
planned almost under the Reds' Sams was convinced there was duclng germ warfare in Korea,
noses. Sams was warned the an epidemic of hemorragic Allied officers believe these
Communists knew about the smallpox instead of the reported charges are based on Sams' ex-
ecration. ___^ bubonic plague. __ jfV ploita.
Interior Department on defense
mobilization problems, said to-
day lt would take at least two
more years of tight economic
controls to build in the United
State the necessary strength
"to convince the Kremlin lt
ought not to start a world war.
He promised that if an all-
out war has not developed in
two or three years lt should be
possible, after that time, to be-
gin taking off some controls.
He departed from his prepar-
ed speech to declare that the
United States faces three ene-
mies one overseas and two
at home.
He listed these as aggression
In Korea, inflation, and relaxa-
tion.
The worst o fall, he said, was
relaxation.
PC Workmates Plan
Dockside Farewell
For F. A. Cravelle
A large delegation of field em-
ployes of the Panama Canal's
Municipal Division expects to be
on hand Friday at the sailing of
the SS Panama to say goodbye
to Frederick A. Gravelle. filtra-
tion plant operator at Miraflo-
res.
Gravelle has resigned from
the Canal service and Is en route
to Denver. Colorado. With his
wife and two children he will
first spend a vacation in north-
ern Michigan. He is a native of
Rapid River. Mich.
Gravelle came to the Canal
Zone In 1940. first as a mach-
inist. He was made a filtration
olant operator In 1943. He has
been living In Diablo.
Considered one of the most
popular employes of the division,
he has been honored at several
farewell affairs.
gatlon lights in the Caribbean
and will make a routine checkj
on navigational aids at the Cape
Mala station.
Bolivia's President
Charged With Fraud
In Recent Election
LA PAZ, May 9 (UP) The
National Revolutionary Move-
ment iMNRi Party today charg-
1 ed the government of President
Mamerto Urrlola Goltia had
tampered "by fraudulent" means
with the results of Sunday's
presidential election, which it
has been issuing.
On the basis of the first offi-
cial results, announced last
night bv the Interior Ministry,
MNR candidate Victor Paz Es-
tenssoro received 44,707 votes
compared with 00,994 votes for
the* other five candidates com-
bined.
This is 8.143 short of the ab-
solute majority necessary for
Paz to win under Bolivian elec-
toral law.
Unofficial returns from 131
out of 204 precincts gave Paz
Estenssoro 48,284 votes with the
remaining five candidates poll-
ing 57,877.
It was this discrepancy in the
Estenssoro vote which presum-
ably prompted MNR leaders to
charge the Government with
fraud. .
The second day of protests against the Arnulfo Arias gov-
ernment's return to the 1941 Constitution broke out into un-
controlled violence this morning.
Shots rang out all along Central Avenue and clashes of
Arnulfistas -and oppositionists were reported at Santa Ana
Plaza and other sectors.
Santo Tomas Hospital at 1 p.m. reported a total of 80 hos-
pitalized, at least 14 of them shooting victims. Two were
critical a seven-year-old boy and a 23-year-old youth.
Along the main avenue store windows were smashed and
some of the shops were looted.
A number of cars and one bus were turned over and one
automobile was set afire.
General Strike
Spreads In City
Dr. Stirling's
Lecture Cancelled
The lecture on "Mexico In
Fiesta Masks" to have been given
tonight by Dr. Matthew W.
Stirling at the Gorgas Memorial
Laboratory has been cancelled
due to the disturbed political
situation, the Canal Zone His-
torical Society announced. /
Back Home Long Ago, Uncle
WoulcTve Turned You Loose
It was the temperature and degree above the mark which
the humidity yesterday which was used before the war in many
caused a rash of complaints Government offices in the Unlt-
and of prickly heat on the ed States to close for the day.
Pacific side. The system of closing Govern-
The temperature reached a ment offices in Washington, D.C.
high of 94 degrees during the af- when the "effective tempera-
ternoon and relative humidity ture'' reached 84 degrees has not
ranged from a minimum of 58 been used since before the war
to 95.58, according to figures and was never made effective in
supplied by the Meteorological the Canal Zone,
and Hydrographlc Branch at
Balboa Heights. The temperature The minimum temperature
Tuesday was the second highest recorded Tuesday was 78 degrees
recorded at Balboa Heights this at Balboa Heights. Weather re-
year, this year's record high of cords for Cristobal showed a
95 degrees having been made temperature range of only four
April 13 degrees during the 24 hour pe-
The "effective temperature." Hod ending at 8 o'clock Tuesday
which is a meteorological scale morning, with a minimum of 82
showing how badly you suffer degrees and a maximum of 88
from temperature and humidity, degrees. A maximum relftlve
twice reached 85 degrees during humidity of 88 was reported on
the day Tuesday. This was a full the Atlantic side Tuesday.
In the wake of the violence re-
sulting from the protest the gen-
eral strike called yesterday spread
throughout the country.
The Banco Nacional. Chase Na-
tional Bank. National City Bank
of New York and the Contralorla
General closed their doors this
morning.
Practically all stores In the city
were closed and no buses or taxis
were on the streets.
Panama was off limits for all
servicemen.
Effective at 9 a.m. today the
Panama Railroad is operating Its
trains only between Balboa and
Mt. Hope, according to an offi-
cial announcement from Balboa
Heights. The trains will not run
into either Panama City or Co-
lon.
Street cleaning and garbage,
collections in Panama City have
also been halted until further no-
tice. These functions are per-
formed by the Panama Canal's
Health Department.
Panam Canal Tolls
Climb Towards Best
Toial For 12 Years
Commercial traffic through the
Panama Canal in April was
slightly heavier than the aver-
age for the first ten months ot
the fiscal year. Toils (slightly
over $2,000,000) amounted to
more than the sum collected In
any month since last October.
There were 470 transits by
ocean-going vessels of more than
300 tons net during April. This
was four less than the com-
mercial transits In March but
exceeded figures for any other
month since last October.
There were 104 transits by ves-
sels of less than 300 tons.
Tolls collected in April amount-
ed to $2,012,173.80, of which $5,-
552.64 was collected on the local
vsels. There have been only
three other months this fiscal'
year when tolls have exceeded
the two-million dollar mark,
those being last July, August
and October.
Unless there is a marked de-
cline in ocean-going traffic dur-
ing May and June, Canal tolls
this fiscal year probably will top
any fiscal year total since 1839
when tolls were over $23,600,000.
(The amount of tolls collected
during the first ten months of
this fiscal year was reported at
$19.904.117.76, only about $250.000
les than was collected in the en-
tire fiscal year 1950.
The number of transits this
year totals 4.630, as compared
with 4.507 during the first ten
months of last fiscal year.
I
Clashes were reported between oppositionist and Ar-
nulfista groups in various parts of the city and the radia
stations blared throughout the morning, one network ex-
horting Panamanian citizens to mass outside police head-
quarters to form the protest army and the government
radio station rallying Arnulfo's supporters to the Presiden-
cia to "wait for whatever happens."
At Santa Ana'Plaza a group of Arnulfistas reported-
ly attacked massing oppositionists by hurling stones and
flailing sticks. Later, as the skirmish grew in intensity;
shooting rang out.
Danger of bloodshed and clashes on a large seal*
mounted as the day wore on.
It was President Arias, himself, who said early this
morning, "We are not leaving the Presidencia and we will
wait here for whatever happens."
Earlier he flatly rejected police terms presented by
a commission of two majors and one captain to the effect
that the police would abide by the 1946 Constitution.
Said Arias: "The revocation of the 1946 Constitution
and the re-establishment of the 1941 charter still stands."
Today, as the crowds increased
steadily the situation took on the
aspect of two armed camps: the
oppositionists attempting; to force
the hand of National Police Chief
Col. Jose A. Remon to unseat Ar-
nulfo and the Arnulfistas bracing
themselves at the Presidencia to
withstand any show of force.
All morning long reports came
in of new clashes and more
shooting and a number of arrests
were made by both secret police
and national police.
Hospitals made appeals for
blood donors as the Injured were
brought in.
Arnulfo supporters were re-
portedly coming lp from Interior
provinces and Colon and one re-
port was to the effect that the
Arnulfistas had reauested the
longest train the Panama Rail-
road had to convey people to the
capital from Colon.
To this report an opposition
radio announcer said drily:
"We can assure you this train
will never reach the Pacific
Side."
There was not a single report
of violence last night although a
crowd estimated as high as 15,-
000 congregated around the na-
tional police headquarters most
of the evening.
The clamoring crowd was ad-
dressed by Col. Remon who de-
clared he would guarantee pro-
tection for all citizens and urged
them to return homewards. He
promised that a solution to satis-
fy all concerned would be sought.
At practically the same time
some 2.000 of Arnulfo's followers
were at the Presidencia to hear
another address by the president.
One of the most dramatic inci-
dents of the night occurred while
Arias was talking to the crowd
from the balcony of the Presiden-
tial Palace.
His voice shaking with emo-
tion. Arnulfo threw the silk sash
bearing the presidential insignia
down to the crowd saying. "Here
lt is. You are the only ones to
decide who should wear this most
honorable decoration."
Immediately after termination
of the address the palace door
tered carrying the sash which
enthusiastic Arnulfistas again
draped around Arias' shoulders.
Arnulfo had assured the crowd
he did not want to be six years la
office as provided bv his old cons-
titution. But he Insisted on tha
dissolution of the old assembly
and new elections Immediately.
He said the new assembly would
decide the presidential term.
He also promised that the
people themselves will be given
an opportunity of saying whe-
1 ther they want the Constitu-
tion of 1946 or 1941 through a
plebiscite to be held immedi-
ately.
At the police headquarter!
meanwhile, although Col. Re-
mon had promised full backing,
of the National Police for thej
protection of the citizens, the!
crowds lingered and speaker
after speaker addressed the
multitude urging immediate ac-:
tlon.
Deputy Norberto Navarro.
former Arnulflsta who broke
awav from the party to form
his own Partido Revolucionario
Independiente, promised to lead
the demonstrators to the Presi-
dential Palace "and. If neces-
sary, die in the front ranks for
the preservation of the right
of the Panamanian people "
Navarro was enthusiastically
apDlauded but as the evening
wore on the march to the Pre-
sidencia failed to materialize
and by 2:30 a.m. most had gone
home to bed.
The PRA members, grouped at
the Presidencia, hung on about
600 strong up to dawn.
Earlier in the evening, the
city's radios flashed that the
National Police had issued an
ultimatum to Arnulfo to resign
within one hour but this was
proven false and both the Pre-
sident and Col. Remon denied
any such order.
too high a .
I were opened and the crowd en- Foreign Ministers meeting.
Acheson Says Russia's
Parlev Price Too High
WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP>
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
said today that Russia is asking
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Dr. Matthew W. Stirling, Di-
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Ethnology of the Smithsonian
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son.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAOS
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Marshall Contradicts MacA's Testimony
On US Casualties, Russian intentions
Movement Under Way For Special
$50,000 Three-Year-ld Contest
By Raymond Lahr and John L Steele
WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP) Gen. George C. Mar-
shall said today in sharp rebuttal to the recommendations
of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the bombing of Manchuria
would do little to aid the Gl's fighting in Korea.
The Defense Secretary denounced MacArthur's ex-
panded war proposals as a bad military risk. He said this
country's goal in Korea is to keep on destroying the Chin-
ese Communists' best armies until Peiping is ready to make
peace.
In his second day of testimony
before the Senate committee In-
vestigating MacArthur's ouster.
Marshall said the Administration
has "spurned appeasement 01
Red China.
But he said the immunity oi
Manchurlan bases from U.S.
air attack MacArthur's chief
complaint has not /'*<*!
the Korean fighting sufficient-
ly to justify "accepting the ba-
sars" which air attacks across
the border would involve.
The main hazard, he said, is
that Russia might unleash the
powerful air force It has massed
In Manchuria and Siberia to
strike back at the U.S. bases in
the Pacllfic. ,____
"That would bring maximum
retaliation on our part (presum-
ably an atomic raid on Russia)
which inevitably means a world
war." Marshall declared.
The 70-year-old defense chief,
only American who outranks
MacArthur as a five-star general.
conceded that the Administra-
tion's Korean policy "may seem
costly."
But he said VS. casualties have
been "greatly reduced" since last
Feb. 1, and "we have reasonable
hope that thev will continue at
that greatly reduced rate."
That was a direct contradic-
tion of MacArthur's statements
that the United States U suffer-
ing "staggering losses" which
will continue to mount rapidly
unless his proposals are adopted.
Marshall also took Issue with
MacArthur on Russian strength
In the Par East. Where MacAr-
thur had minimized it and de-
scribed It as "defensive" only,
Marshall said the Soviet Union is
building up a "considerable
force" In Manchuria and Siberia.
Including "thousands" of war
planes.
Marshall emphasized repeated-
ly that the question of bombing
Manchurlan bases cannot be
considered apart from the ques-
tion of bringing Russia into the
war.
He said U.S. raids on the
Manchurlan supply areas would
start "almost immediately" if
it were possible to "know be-
yond a doubt that the Soviet
rovern mentis not going to in-
tervene."
He added that under the same
hypothetical circumstances, U.S.
naval power also could be used
"more freely" presumably to
blockade the China coast as Mac-
Arthur urged.
Marshall, who will return to
the witness stand this morning,
also told the committee:
1) He fears the morale of U.S.
fighting men in Korea mav be
damaged gravely bv MacArthur's
public statements that they are
suffering bloody losses "without
Justified purpose."
2) MacArthur was wrong when
he said his original orders were
to drive Communist forces out of
all Korea. Unifying North and
South Korea was a "political, ra-
ther than a military objective of
the United Nations."
3) "The best probability" of
reaching a satisfactory settle-
ment with Red China Is to "de-
stroy their best trained armies as
we have been in the process of
doing" The Chinese have suffer-
ed "terrific casualties" and will
continue to d so until they give
up the fight, while U.S. losses
have Been "very, very small In
comparison."
4) Intelligence reports show a
"steady" concentration of So-
viet armed strength in the Far
East. There is now a "considera-
ble force" of Russian troops, in-
cluding "thousands" of planes,
based in Siberia, the Sakhalin Is-
lands north of Japan, and In the
Russian-owned bases of Harbin.
Pert Arthur and Dalren in Man-
churia.
6) MacArthur's proposals for
bombing Mane hurlan bases,
blockading the Chinese coast in-
cluding Port Arthur and releas-
ing Chinese Nationalist troops
for a second front attack would
not. In Marshall's opinion bring
the Korean war to a "victorious
conclusion." But there Is "a very
real possibility" that such moves
might bring Russia Into the war.
6) Russia has massed former
Japanese prisoners, now "in-
cioctrinized" Communists, in
the Sakhalin Islands near Ja-
pan, with Japanese troops.
7) Soviet Intervention would
undoubtedly result In "immedi-
ate" air attacks on Japan and
Okinawa "and we couldn't ac-
cept that without the maximum
retaliation on our part which in-
evitably means a world war."
8) MacArthur was under strict
orders to keep troops and naval
units away from Soviet Siberia
and the adjoining border of
northeast Korea to avoid inci-
dents that might bring Rusl.a
Into the fight.
9) Strategically. Korea Is of
"material importance" to U.S. Pa-
cific defenses because it is so
near Japan, but "it is not abso-
lutely vital."
II) Administration leaders
"discussed" the possibility of re-
lieving MacArthur as Korean
war commander but leaving
him as occupation chief in Ja-
pan. This Idea was discarded
on the grounds that it would
create a divided authority" and
make it "very difficult" for the
new Korean Commander, M.
Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, to
use Japan as his base of opera-
tions.
11) Some "well advised" offi-
cials believe that "the Soviets are
determined that we be cast out of
Korea." It "remains to be seen"
whether that determination "will
carry them to the overt act that
provokes a war."
12) The Joint Chiefs of Staff
have always been "concerned."
as MacArthur is. about the need
for keeping Formosa out of Com-
munist hands. This concern has
now been reflected in "a firm de-
cision by the Government that
under no circumstances was For-
mosa to come under the control
of a Communist government."
13) There are some "hazards"
In building up an Atlantic Pact
defense armv In Western Europe,
but Marshall doesn't "think for
a minute" that Russia really be-
lieves its own charges that "we
are preparing for an offensive
campaign against them." Besides,
"we have no choice whatever"
but to build up western Europe's
defenses unless we are willing to
abandon it to Communism "a
terrific loss."
Marshall's estimates of soviet
air and military strength in the
Far East sharply contradicted
MacArthur's previous testimony.
MacArthur told the Senators last
week that Russia has only a "de-
fensive" force in Siberia and
could not quickly build up and
supply forces for a "predatory at-
tack" because of transportation
difficulties.
Marshall warned repeatedly
that the Korean war must be
viewed as only one phase of a
global struggle with Communist
aggression that may go on for
manv years.
"There can be no quick and de-
cisive solution to this global
struggle short of resorting to an-
other world war." he said. "The
cost of such a conflict is beyond
calculation. Therefore it is our
policy to contain Communist ag-
gression In different fashion* in
different areas without resoi ting
to war, if that be possible.
He urged Americans to have
"patience, courage and poise." to
support such a policy without be-
ing stampeded into either all-
out war or appeasement.
He noted that during the Ber-
lin crisis there were demands for
"smashing the Russian blockade,
even though this might have pre-
cipated a war." Those demands
were resisted and the United
States went ahead with a bold
but non-provocative course and
the crisis passed, he said.
Marshall said the policy being
followed in Korea is the same as
was followed with great success
In Greece. The United States
helped Greece defeat Communist
aegression. he said, without car-
rying the war into the neighbor-
ing Balkan Communist states
which were providing sanctuaries
for the Greek guerrillas just as
Manchuria provides a sanctuary
for the Chinese Reds.
As a result of that strategy in
Greece. Marshall contended Yu-
goslavia has now broken with the
Kremlin. He called the Yugoslav
defection "Russia's greatest post-
war setback."
He also said that there are
signs of "significant tensions."
within the Soviet orbit "which In
the end may yield decisive ad-
vantages to this country and our
Allies."
Marshall laid great emphasis
on the staggering losses which
Red China Is suffering in Korea.
Apparently mindful of state-
ments that China has an "inex-
haustible reservoir" of manpower
to expend, Marshall stressed that
It is not just men but the flower
of the Red Chinese army which
is being slaughtered in Korea.
"If we break the morale of
their armies, but more particu-
larly If we destroy the trained
fabric of their armies, as we
have been in the process of do-
ing, there you develop the best
firobabillty of re aching a tais-
actory negoMatory basis," he
said.
He estimated Communist loss-
es in Korea at from 500.000 to
800.000 and said that several
Chinese armies "have been really
so torn to pieces that they are
not capable of effective action
and will not for some time to
come."
"We have filled the hospitals
all over China." he said, "and
what happens with the wounded
that are released, and naturally
talk, Is bound to have its effect
on the Chinese people in the end.
although it will never have a sud-
den effect."
Sen. Styles Bridges R.. N.H..
questioned Marshall closely about
the long-suppressed report of Lt.
Gea. Albert C. W^demeyer. The
report, released by the Investiga-
tors this week, warned of a Red
attack os South Korea three
years in advance and urged that
a U.S.-led and U.S.-equlpped ar-
my be built up in South Korea.
Marshall said he agreed with
many of Wedemeyer's recom-
mendations and they were fol-
lowed. The only notable excep-
tion was providing American
offieers for the South Korean
army, and he explained that
the South Korean Government
was vigorously opposed to that.
Bridges sought to establish
through questioning Marshall
that President Truman took Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson's
advice on Far Eastern policy and
overruled his military advisers.
Marshall bluntly denied It.
He said he could recall "no oc-
casion" when Mr. Truman had
overruled the Joint Chiefs of
Staff and the Defense Secretary
In favor of the State Department.
He said state and defense plan-
ners sat shoulder-to-shoulder in
Eloy Allaro Contest
To Be Held Tonight
By DeMolay Chapter
The Pacific Chapter, Order of
DeMolay will hold its seventh
annual speech contest at 7:30
p. m. today at the Scottish Rite
Temple. Balboa.
The several speakers on the
program will devote their
speeches to Liberators of Latin
America.
A bronze medal, conferred by
the Eloy Alfaro International
Foundation as a means of re-
cognizing the Journalistic, scho-
lastic, and other betterments
resulting from the actlvtlles and
virtues of Eloy Alfaro, the Il-
lustrious hero and martyr of
Ecuador, will be presented to the
first place finalist.
The name of the first place
finalist will be engraved on a
bronze plaque donated to the
chapter by Mr. Subert Turby-
.orl?.,nitor of the contort.
s .* bejm "open" meeting
and the public Is cordially in-
vited to attend.
Policy conferences "and we al-
ways reached agreement "
a. ! volnt- wnen Bridges was
demanding to know why the Uni-
ted States had not taken "strong-
? ok,0" in ,he Far East durlr.*
hm-r1hnese.clJvU war- Marshall
{>ltUrlv reminded him that the
United States then had exactly
pne and one-third divisions of
troops in this country.
"There was very little with
which t odo it." the general said
sternly. "When you judge deci-
sions, you have to judge them in
the light of what there was avail-
able to do with."
Marshall added pointedly that
Congress had something to do
with postwar demobilization and
military budget limitations.
By UNITED PRESS
BALTIMORE, Maryland, May 9
(UP). There's a growing move-
ment in racing circles to bring
some order to the muddled situa-
tion in the ranks of three-year-
olds.
The season failed to produce a
standout among the youngsters,
until last Saturday's running of
the Kentucky Derby. Then,
lightly-regarded "Count Turf"
came out of the pack 20 thor-
oughbreds went to the post in
the famed "Run for the Roses"
and won going away. The son
of Triple Crown champion
"Count Fleet" finished four
lengths in front of "Royal Mus-
tang," which beat out "Ruhe"
by a nose.
The railbirds immediately
began hailing Count Turf as a
potential Triple-Crown cham-
pion same as his daddv was in
1943. Then, It suddenly hit just
about everybody at the same
time. Owner Jack Amiel had
failed to enter Count Turf in
the Preakness.
That started a flurry of inves-
tigation, and it developed that
done of the first four horses
"Phil D" ran fourth behind
Ruhe were entered In the Bal-
timore classic May 19. It elimin-
ated any possibility of a Triple-
Crown champ, and meant that
a Derby also-ran probably would
win the run for the Run for the
Black-Eyed Susans."
That's when the idea of a spe-
cial race to bring the Preakness
and the Derby winners together
was born. The way the plan
shakes down is to have the first
four Derby finishers Count
Turf. Royal Mustang .Ruhe, and
Phil D take on the first four
finishers of the Preakness. The
race tentatively Is scheduled for
the last day of the Plmlico meet-
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ISTHMIAN DATA
MARRIAGE LICENSES
GOLDEN, Howard Nelson. Jr.,
31, of Fort Amador, formerly of
Macon, Ga. to ALLEN Margaret,
34, of Panama.
TAYLOR, William. 61, of El
Paso Texas, to TAYLOR, Mabel
B.. 60 of Ancon.
BIRTHS
EDMUND, Mr. and and Mrs.
Oscar, of 8ilver City, daughter.
May 6, Colon Hospital.
SCOTT, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M.,
of Oatun, son, May 6, Colon Hos-
pital.
MARTINEZ, Mr. and Mrs. E..
of Panama, son, May 7. Coreas
Hospital.
MASON, Mr. and Mrs. K. O..
of Balboa, son, May 7. Oorgas
Hospital.
SCOTT, Dr. and Mrs. J. E., of
Balboa, daughter, May 7, Oorgas
Hospital.
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The Maryland Jockey Club al-
ready has begun a poll of the
four owners of those Derby
horses. And Sam Wilson, who
owns Royal Mustang, reportedly
Is enthusiastic about the Idea.
Trainer Sol Rutchlck who works
for Count Turf's owner, Amiel,
Is another who gives the idea
strong support. Rutchlck confi-
dently predicted that Count Turf
could beat them all, again.
President Milton Reckord of
the Maryland Jockey Club says
the purse for the special race
would be $50,000. Reckord adds
that the suggestions for the
run-off race began pouring
into Plmlico offices almost as
soon as the Derby was over.
The Preakness field this year
promises to be one of the largest
In the history of the race, now
in its 75th running. All told, 71
horses are eligible, and Plmlico
officlalls say If more than 18 go,
the race will be run In two divi-
sions.
If the two division plan is fol-
lowed then the first two horses
In each division will be invited
to the proposed special race.
Plmlico officials add that in the
event the racevmust be spilt, a
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Stakes June 16 at New York
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Turf, "Just to show off my\
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WEDNESDAY, MAT t, 1151
Braves Resume First Place In National League
National League American League
Teams
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.476 Detroit . 8
.391 St. Louis . 5
.168 Philadelphia .
TODAYS GAMES
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N.)
Cincinnati at Boston (N.l
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 200 000 0002 t 1
Brooklvn 000 001 0001 9 0
Shul'ti (3-1) and Walker.
Erakine (1-3). Branca (8) and
Edwards,
(Night Game)
'. Pittsburgh 9. Philadelphia 3.
(Nlfht Game)
KJ Boston 2, Cincinnati 1.
(Night Game)
. New York 6, 8t. Louis 2.
L Pot.
6 .700
6 .667
6 .647
.556
9 .526
8 .500
15 .250
16 200
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N.)
New York at Cleveland (N.)
Boston at Chicago (N.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
N. York 000 112 010 005 14 0
Detroit 000 013 100 016 12 0
Reynqlds (1-2) and Berra.
Gray, Trucks, Johnson, Herbert
(3-0) and Ginsberg.
Phila.
Chicago
420 030 0*09 13 0
011 100 014 13 0
Llttlefleld (1-1), Brown. Ma-
honey, pretlow, Rotblatt and
Niarhos and Masi.
Only Games Scheduled.
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CANAL ZONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SWIMMING CHAMPIONS Front row, left to right:
Snodgrass, J. Morris, Fletcher. Spector, McLane. Banning, B. Fittel, H. Moneado, Ryter. Bleak-
ley Second row, left to right: C. Morency, T. Dunn, T. Hushes. B. Miller, w Beardall, O.
Crawford, Morrison. C. Moneado. L. Hannlng, V. Maxon. J. Maxon, Cyrnos. L. Hannlng. Third
row, left to right: Gonzalez. R. Maxon, L. Henderson. Metcalf. J. Hughes. Pennington, Gilbert,
Hearn, McKay, J. Hughes, Spears. Back row, leeft to right: Magee. P. Moneado, Anderson, L.
Henderson, Winberg J. Crawford, S. Morency, Malone. J. Dunn. Felps. Herring and Dillon.
Balboa Bulldogs Trounce J.C.
*
42-31 In School Hoop League
The Balboa High School whip-
ped the Jr. College to the tune
of 42 to 31 last night at the new
Balboa Gym to make It two de-
feats In a row for College at the
hands of Coach Bleifus' plucky
scrappers.
The game in itnelf was un-
usually slow to get started with
the score standing at the end
of the first half 15 to 11 High
School leading. However, the
second half saw Bleifus- Bull-
dogs come to life with E. Rou-
rany leading the attack in the
third quarter and right down to
the stretch with the final resul
42-31.
The scoring mostly was evenly
distributed throughout the high
school line-up, while Jr. College's
Wallv Trout chalked up 17 count-
ers, which was over half of the
points scored by College.
In the preliminaries the Junior,
varsity of the College edged the:
J'Vs of High school which was
dog eat dog from the opening of i
the contest to the close. The final
score was In favor of College 44,
to 41, with Turner. Ramon and
Roy high scores for the Green
Wave, and Rlchter and Ostrea
hitting for most all High School
points between them.
This Friday. Jr. College will
cross the Isthmus and will play :
the League leaders, the Cristobal
High School. Tile Green Wave
defeated the Tigers of Cristobal
last week in one of the best
games seen i n Panama. This
weekend should also be a thriller.
BASKETBALL
Scholastic League Varsity
Standing
Won Lost
Cristobal......S 1
Balboa High ..... 2 2
College......1 3
NO SOFT SPOTWillie Pep drops Baby Ortiz flat on his
in the third round in St. Louis. The former kuthci weight cham
kpoclred down the Los Angeles lightweight twice more in the
before the bout was stopped. (NEA)
face
pion
fifth
JUNIOR COLLEGE
r. 1
Mullen, forward . 0 0
McKeown. forward 1 1
Trout, center . 8 1
C. McArthur. guard 4 0
G McArthur. guard 0 0
Phillips, guard . 0 0
Peterson .guard . II
Orvis. guard . II 0
Welch, guard . 1 1
Neckar, guard . 0
Totals..... .14 SCH 3
BALBOA HIGH OOL
F. F.
O. Kourany, forward 2 i
E. Kourany. forward 5 2
Ostrea, forward . 2 0
Brady, center . 1 1
Updike, guard . 1 1
Herring, guard . 3 0
Maphis. guard . 0 1
Davidson, guard . 0 0
Troncoso, guard . 0 0
Winfrey, guard . 2 1
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Totals.....16 12 42
Score by periods:
Junior College 6 11 20 31
Balboa H School 6 15 28 42
Referees: Gergini-Telese. Scor-
es: Kam and Zemer.

COLLEGE JUNIOR VARSITY
F. F. T.
Ramon, forward . 3 2 8
Turner, forward ... 4 4 12
Roy, center.....3 2 8
Herring, guard ... 1 1 3
Trembley. guard ... 3 1 7
Ray. guard.....0 2 2
Corlis. guard .... 2 0 4
Kam, guard.....0 0 0
Totals.....16 12 44
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL
JUNIOR VARSITY
P. F. T.
Rickter. forward .
Raybourne. forward
Ostrea. center . .
Davidson, guard .
Donahue, guard .
Sparrow, guard .
Stavey, guard .
2 16
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If Red Athletes Are
Really Teps In '52
NEW YORK, May 9 .
The battle of top watches and
tape measure apparently 1 go-
ing to develop Into the real
thing at the 1952 Olympic game.
The International Olymlpc
Committee meeting at Vienna,
has admitted the Soviet Union
as a full-Hedged member. That
means the Russians can compete
against Western athlete* in the
Olympics set for Helsinki next
summer.
The Russians have been turn-
ing in world records In track and
field for years, but they all seem
to come in meets behind the Iron
Curtain. In fact, many American
and British track experts doubt-
ed that the Red athletes actually
could be as good as their press
notices. -
Still, there's been the feeling
among Western nations, that
unless Russia felt it had an ex-
cellent chance of winning the
games, It never would enter, Thi
Soviets have made a point or
avoiding international meets.
The last time Russia took part
In an Olympics was before the
revolution of 1917.
Russian women athletes do-
minated the few European meets
the Soviets have entered, and of
the 4 world records approved last
month, for women three went to
the Reds.
The Russians are members of
12 International athletic federa-
tions. They include, wrestling,
soccer football, ice skating, ski-
ing, light athletics, boxing,
gymnastics. Volley ball, weight
lifting, basketball, swimming and
chess. All these sports have re-
presentatives on the Soviet
Olympic Committee which will
handle the Russian participation
In the games.
Surkont Shades Reds 2-1
While Giants Dump Cards
o_ I
By United Press ]
NEW YORK, May 9 The Bravee resumed first place
in tht National League when right-hander Max Surkont
scored a six-hit 2-1 victory over the Reds at Boston last
night.
Pearl Trim Is New
P.W.G.A. Handicap
Isthmian Champion
In the recently completed An-
nual Handicap Championship of
the Panama's Women's Golf As-
sociation, Mrs. Pearl Trim emer-
ged as finalist and champion by
defeating Mrs. Margaret Cantrell,
4 b 3, Of Ft. Dnvi.s.
The preceding week Mrs. Trim
had fired a 76 to tie the course
record of her home course Sum-
mit Hills and then the very next
day neatly disposed of Virginia
Keenan, defending handicap
champ, in the semi-finals to go
on to win.
In the Consolation bracket of
the Championship Flight. Mrs.
Sylva Carpenter of Panama took
the winning honors by defeating
Mrs. Pauline Marsh of Ft. Davis,
3 ti 2. and in the First Flight
Mrs. Merle Davidson put Mrs.
Edith Mathleson on the sidelines
to garner first prize. Mrs. Grace
Dehlinger of Ft. Amador was the
Medalish o fthe tournament.
The prizes will be awarded at
the next monthly tourney of the
PWGA which is to be held at
Brazo Brook, May 19. Please con-
sult the local newspapers and
the club bulletin boards for
further news concerning this af-
fair.
Sid Gordon, hitless since May
4, broke up the game in the ninth
with a homer and also drove in
the other Brave run with a
single.
It was Surkont's fourth victory
against one loss. The Braves also
made only six hits, recovering
only mldly from the no-hit-no-
run job which the Pirates' Cliff
Chambers turned in against
them Sunday.
The Giants knocked the Car-
dinals out of the lead and also
pulled themselves out of last
Slate by virtue of a 6-2 vlc-
nrv In a Pelo Grounds night
gam.
The Pirates humiliated the
Phillies -3 in a Philadelphia
after-dark contest and the Cubs
edged the Dodgers 2-1 at Ebbets
Field.
In the only American League
games the Tigers made it two
straight over the Yankees, 6-5 in
eleven innings at Detroit, and
the Athletics drubbed the White
Sox 9-4 at Chicago.
Larry Jansen. winning his first
game since opening day, pitched
a four-hitter to give the Giants
their seventh victory in their last
nine games. He had a no-hitter
until Stan Musial broke it up
with a fifth inning homer.
A brilliant fielding play by
second baseman Eddie Stanky,
who threw out a runner while
flat on his back, cut short a
later Cardinal rally.
The Giants made eleven hits-
Monte Irving coming out of his
slump with three singles to drive
in two runs and set the pace.
Hank Saeur's two-run first In-
ning homer wrecked an other-
wise well-pitched game by Carl
Ersklne and gave the Cubs their
triumph over the Dodgers.
Ersklne gave up only three of
the Cubs' four hits in seven in-
nings. Rookie Bob Schultz yield-
ed nine hits but bore down when
in trouble to win his third game.
Army Sports
FORTKOBBE. C. Z. The 33rd
Infantry Separate Units Offices'
softball team continued its win-
ning ways last Friday when It
came from behind to whip First
Battalion Officers on a 9-7.
Going Into the bottom half of
the fifth. Separate Units was
trailing 6-1. and three runs on
a homer by Stlnson narrowed the
margin to 6-4. The roof toppled
on First Battalion pitcher Cas-
taldo in the sixth. Five runs
crossed the platter, including a
circuit clout by Singer.
First Battalion had one run in
the top half of the seventh, a
homer by Hand, who had relieved
Castaldo in the sixth.
Battery for Separate Units:
Protoc and Bardes. For First
Battalion: Castaldo, Hand and
Baird. Winning pitcher: Proctor.
Losing pitcher: Castaldo.
Separate Units has now won
four straight in this unofficial
league.
Quel Queen stood off the Phil-
lies with a one-hitter until the
seventh inning while the Pirates
backed him up with ten hits, in-
chiding Ralph Klner's fourth
homer.
Queen let up in the later In-
nings but still emerged with a
four-hitter. It was his second
victory. Last year he won only
five for the season.
Rookie relief pitcher Herbert
won his fourth straight game
for the Tigers when Vie Wertz
singled home the winning run
in the eleventh inning. Herbert
gave up only one hit and no
runs In the three innings he
worked.
Wertz and Mike Ginsberg hit
Tiger homers while Hank Bauer
with two and Jackie Jensen with
one found th range off Tiger
starter Ted Gray.
The Athletics' Bobby Shantz
finally received the hitting sup-
port he had lacked In his other
start and had no trouble win-
ning his first game at Chicago.
Shantz gave up 12 hits but walk-
ed only two batters.
Annual Scotch
Mixed Foursome
At Davis May 12
The Annual Scotch Mixed Four-
some will be held at Fort Davis
Golf Course May 12. This will be
the second Annual Mixed Scotch
Foursome sponsored by the Pa-
nama Golf Association.
Handsome prises are now be-
ing arranged for by Sgt. Mike
Kulikowskl, tournament chair-
man of the Panama Golf As-
sociation.
It would appear that the team
of Virginia Keenan-Gene Hoih-
stedler will be the ones to beat
in view of their win last week
at Summit Hills.
It has been reported that a
lady golfer has just arrived from
Jamaica and if able to enter
should five the rest of the field
plenty of competition.
Sports Briefs
By UNITED PRESS
Star Quartermack Jim Hardy of
the pro National Football League
Chicago Cardinals says he has
received offers from three Can-
adian teams. Hardy says they
are from two Eastern Canadian
pro football teams, and one from,
a Western Canadian team. AH
three offers were higher than the
1951 contract offered him by the
Cards.
The first brother ball-carrying
act in pro football has been ar-
ranged by the National League
Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles
have signed Ebert Van Buren,
young brother of Steve Van Bu-
ren, who plays halfback for the
Eagles. Ebert played right half
and full back at Loulsvlana State
University, same as Steve.
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&, 96, &&~ JJ FRIENDS IN PANAMA HONOR MRS. CARLOS HALL
AT BARBECUE SUPPER
Mm. Carlos Hall, wife of the Counsellor of the United
Sttiei Embassy In Chile, was the uest of honor at a farte-
cue supper .riven last evenla* at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Arturo Mailer In Bella Vtota. Ce-hoats with Mr. and Mrs.
Muller were Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Obarrie, Mr. and Mrs. Er-
nest Jan Guardia, Colonel and Mrs. Richardson Selee and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lombard. Mr. and Mrs. Hall were sta-
tioned In Panama before (einf to Chile and jruests at the
supper were a few of their friends her.
Mrs. Hall, who Is the house uest of Mr. and Mrs. Obar-
rlo, plans to leave for Santiago by airplane early Friday
morninr.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrows
Visiting at Miraflor
Mr. and Mrs. L. C- Barrows of
Arnhelm. California, arrived by
alplane Monday nlnht lor a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.
Morgan at Mirafloret.
Mrs. Kiel and Mrs. Hobbs
Entertain Cooking Clase
Mrs. Emll C. Kiel and Mrs. Gre-
gory J. Hobbs were th hostesses
for the luncheon meeting of the
Inter-American Woman's Club
Cooking; Class today. The lunch-
eon, which la the last for the cur-
rent club year, was held at Gen-
eral and Mrs. Kiel's quarters at
Albrook Field.
Return from El Valle
The Very Reverend Raymond
T. Ferris. Dean of St. Luke's Ca-
thedral, Mrs. Ferrla and their
laughter, Margaret, are expected
to return today from a short stay
at El Valla.
Mrs. Parker Visiting
In Costa Rloa
Word has been received from
Mrs. Charles L. Parker, who was
for many years a resident of the
Canal Zone, that she Is at pres-
ent visiting her daughter in
Puerto Llmon, Costa Rica.
Mrs. Guy Honored
Mrs. Cecil Stltt gave a farewell
8arty Sunday afternoon at the
orne of Mrs. Lily Blumberg in
Cocoll for Mrs. James Guy. Mr.
and Mrs. Guy and their sons are
leaving Cocoll May 18 to reside
in Annapolis. Maryland.
Mrs. Stltt's guests also includ-
ed Mrs. Keith Olaras. Mrs. Jean-
ette Jenner. Mrs. Dorothy Toian.
Mrs. Harriet Smith. Mrs. Doris
Harnet, Mrs. Kathryn Boswell.
Mrs. Ruby McGowan. Mrs. Ella
Ruddack, and Mrs. Ann Dolan.
Mrs. Guy was given a Doulton
figurine by this group of her
friends.
Visitor Honored
bv Mrs. Schneider
Mrs. J. H. Kosker of Baltimore.
Maryland, was the guest of honor
at a dessert bridge party given
Monday evening oy Mrs. J. H.
Schneider at her home In Balboa.
Mrs. Kosker is visiting her cous-
ins. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull
in Pedro Miguel.
Mrs. Schneider entertained
with Mrs. Kosker and Mrs. Hull,
Mrs. Lawrence A. Adler. Mrs. H.
V. Howard. Mrs. James McKeev-
ers. Mrs. Eula J. Ewlng, Mrs.
Leon F. Hallett and Mrs. Burt
Hall.
Visit at Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull
of Pedro Miguel. Mrs. J. H. Kos-
ker of Baltimore. Maryland and
Mrs. H. H. Hammer of Los Ange-
les California, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Keenan at Santa Clara.
O.E.S. Officers Honor
Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Riter
The officers of Fern Leaf
Chapter, O.E.8.. held a farewell
dinner last week at the Pedro
Miguel Lodge Hall for two of
their group who are leaving
shortlv for the United States.
Mrs. N. N. Shaw and Mrs. W. F.
Rlter. Covers were laid for 30.
The honor guests were present-
ed with original Hummel figur-
ines as parting gifts from their
fellow officers.
Return to Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Mlsenhel-
mer. former residents of Diablo
Heights, returned to the Canal
Zone Monday on the SS Panama
after about eight months in
North Carolina and Florida. Mr.
Misenhelmer has been reemploy-
ed with the Panama Railroad.
They are living at 1415-D Carr
Street. Balboa.
Jr. College Music Program
Tomorrow Night
The Junior College Mixed Cho-
rus of voices, directed by Nell
Branstetter. will present a pro-
gram tomorrow evening at 8:15
In the Library of the Junior Col-
lege. Selections by Bach. Han-
del Haydn, Wofe and Gershwin
will be sung. Miss Carol Sergeant
THE PANAMA GOLF CLUB
.
ANNOUNCES
that the card games and t parties that were
being held on Thursdays, will be held on
Tuesdays, starting on May 15th.
MAKE
MINE
MONTEZUMA
NOW
PLAYING
Starts at
6:M p.m.
Barrels of fun! And what
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TOMORROW
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Donald O'CONNOR
Helena CARTER
Coming: "ROGUES OF
SHERWOOD FOREST"
COMFORT
IN ACTION
Softer/ Safer/
MODESS
will accompany the chorus and
will ply two piano solos by Cho-
pin. Miss Mary Margaret Dwvel-
tauskas will play a numbei by
Llsat. ______
Bingo Gane Tonight
at Pedro Miguel
All Interested are Invited to
the bingo games tonight at the
Pedro Miguel Boat House.
Bridge Winners
Th winners of th duplicate
contraet bridge games played
Monday evening at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: 1st, Mr.
and Mrs. John E. Davis; 2nd,
Colonel and Mrs. Frank A. Pet-
tit; 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nor-
ris; 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Getman; 5th. Dr. R. L. Stewart
and Dr. William F. Clary: and
th, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Irvln.
Volunteer Workers
to Meet Friday at Balboa
All those who have volunteered
and others who are willing to
help with the summer recreation
program at Balboa are asked to
meet Friday at 9 .m. upstairs in
the Balboa Clubhouse. At this
meeting the program for the
summer will be planned and sup-
plies ordered.
Tickets for Navy Wrre'
Benefit Comedy
A limited .umber of ticket are
still available for benefit perfor-
mance of "Dirty Work at the
Crossroads" under the auspices of
the Navy Officers Wive Club.
Tickets mav be obtained by tele-
phoning to Mrs. Aldous. Navy-
2257. The proceeds will go to
charity. The melodrama will be
flven in Cummlngs 15th Naval
lUtrlct Hall Thursday. Friday
and Saturday nights of this week.
Benefit Cake Sal
The alumnae of Olrls 8tat are
holding a cake sale Saturday at 9
a.m." at the Balboa American Le-
gion Hall. They hope to raise
enough money from the sale to
sponsor one girl's attendance at
this year's Girls State.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
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Presents
Today, Wednesday, May
P.M.
3:30Music for Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THE AIR
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00Adventures In History
(VOA)
8:15Evening Salon
7 00Songs of France (RDF)
7:15EDDY ARNOLD SHOW
(TD)
7:30PAB8T SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Hre Come Louis Jordan
8:00 NEWS (VOA)
8:15-flhort 8tory Th e a t e r
(VOA)
8:45American Journal IVOA)
9:00COMMENTATOR'S DI-
OEST (VOA)
9:15The Jo Stafford Show
(VOA)
9:30Radio Forum (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
DAY (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Tomorrow, Thursday. May II
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8.15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears
9:00NEWS
9:15-8ACRED HEART PRO-
gram
9:30As I 8ee It
10 00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Of the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
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12:05Luncheon Music
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1:00NEWS
1 15Personality Parade ,
1:45Excursions In Science
2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15Date For Dancing
2:80Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Amedlcan Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music For Thursday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Panamusica Story Time
6:15- -Evening Salon
7:00Spirit of the Vikings
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7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
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9:30Radio Forum (VOA)
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Proceeds in excess of $1000 net
were announced Saturday at a
final meeting of the Spring Fes-
tival committee of the Cathedral
of St. Luke.
The opportunity to visit Mor-
gan Gardens was one of the chief
attractions of th recent Festi-
val, according to Colonel Virgil
Shaw. Festival Chairman, who
expressed th thank of the gen-
eral committee to Mr. nd Mrs.
Charles Morgan for thir genero-
sity In permitting the Gardens to
be used for the Festival.
Colonel Shaw also extended hi;
thanks to all those who worked
to make the Festival an outstand-
ing success not only by achieving
its financial goal but also by pro-
viding good community enter-
tainment for all age groups.
A general discussion of the
Festival followed presentations
of reports and suggestions. Plans
were discussed to make the Spring
Festival an annual parish activi-
ty.
All parish organisations parti-
cipating will benefit from the
proceeds of the Festival, stated
Col. Shaw. The Women's Auxilia-
ry will allot its share toward its
annual budget. The newly estab-
lished Information Desk will
purchase a new typewriter, cleri-
cal and library equipment. The
Cathedral Choir will use its al-
lotment in a fund for a new pia-
no; Young People's Fellowship
plans to but a communion sat for
Father Mclntosh of the Indian
Mission of Tasbapaunle. Nicara-
gua. The Morning Guild will pur-
chase replacements for kitchen
equipment; the Evening Guild,
for refreshments for monthly
Evensong; the Acolytes' Guild,
for kneeling cushions. The Gam-
boa Guild will contribute It
share to the Bella Vista Chil-
dren's Home; the Tower Club will
decide how Its share is to be used
at a meeting later this month.
Balance of the proceeds, a sum
exceeding $400.00. will be placed
in toe building fund of All Souls'
Chapel and Columbarium.
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MR. AND MRS. ILL1ES CELEBRATE
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hiles, of Colon, celebrated their 13th
wedding anniversary Monday evening with a family dinner
partv at the Hotel Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev Hamilton were guests with Mr. Fer-
dinand Grebien, Mrs..Walter lilies, Mrs. Anita Neff. and Miss
Krda Kuhrig.
1 ae-Hare M #*rvW *>< aafta.
Anniversary Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Genis, of
Margarita, entertained with a
dinner party at the Hotel Wash-
ington Monday evening to cele-
brate their 13th wedding anni-
versary.
Their guests wer: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ullrich and Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Evans of Balboa.
Atlantic Religious Council
Meeting
The members of the'Atlantic
Religious Council met at the
Y.M.C.A. Mondav for their regu-
lar luncheon meeting.
Rev. J. W. L. Graham presided
at the meeting. The other mem-
bers present were: Rev. Ernest
La Font. Rev. S. A. Scarlett. Rev.
Philip Havener. Rev. Norman
Pratt, Rev. Malnert Peterson.
Rev. Henry Bell. Chaplain M. A.
Cookson, Mr. Leslelgh Davis and
Mr. E. F. McClelland.
Goodbye was said to Rev. La-
Font who Is leaving next week for
a vacation in the States.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis George en-
tertained with an Informal din-
ner party at their Oatun home
Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs.
Frad Ebdon who are leaving Fri-
day to make their home In the
States.
Mr. Ernest Krubsack was pre-
sent with Paul and Jlmmv Eb-
don. Miss Carol George, Beverly.
Helen Marie and Danny George.
Senior Christian Endeavor Party
The members of the Senior
Christian Endeavor of the Gatun
Union Church enjoyed refresh-
ments and a social evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred New-
hard following their meeting
Sunday night.
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. L. Graham
were present with Misses Kath-
ryn Argo, Martha Graham. Ro-
berta Williams. Barbara Egolf,
Carol Newhard. Diane McLaren.
Kathryn Daniels. Coletta Stle-
brltz. Lois and Diane Schledegg
and Messrs John Albright. Bob
Wallace, Roy Harrison. Joe Car-
ter. Corky Sherry. Grogran. Dus-
ty Slmpklns. and Dave Lastas.
Hospital Not
Miss Bess Liter of the faculty of
the Cristobal High School. Is a
patient In Gorgas Hospital.
Change of Meeting
The group meeting which was
planned for Thursday morning at
he home of Mrs. David Howe in
Gatun. has been postponed until
Tuesday morning. Final plans for
the card party to be Riven eft the
Oatun Masonic Temple. May 17f
by the groups of the Auxiliary of
the Oatun Union Church will be
made at this time.
Mrs. McDermltt
Presented Cub Award
The highest medal award in
cubbing was presented Mrs. Floyd
McDermltt at the regular meet-
ing of Cub Pact 12 of Gatun. Mrs.
McDermltt has the honor of be-
ing the onlv women to receive
this award In Council 801. which
covers the Isthmus.
The presentation was made by
Mr. W. R. Price of Cristobal.
Dinner Party Compliments
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bailey, of
Brazos Heights, who are leaving
next week for a vacation on the
west coast, were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beck.
Monday evening at their Margar-
ita home.
The other guests were: Cap-
tain and Mrs, Roy Fort and Cap-
tain and Mrs. Hector Grant.
Recent Arrivals
Miss Jeanne Doble
Monday from a short
Philadelphia and other
cities.
returned
visit in
eastern
Miss Patricia Casswell and her
brother. Mr. William Casswell.
Jr.. were among Monday's arriv-
als.
Miss Casswell has recently
completed her course at Wood
Secretarial 8chool In New York.
Mr. Casswell is returning from a
year's tour of duty with the Wea-
ther Bureau In Greenland.
Mrs. Casswell. who went to the
States for her daughter's gradua-
tion and her son's arrival, will
return to the Isthmus early In
June.
Atlantic District
Girl Scout Meeting
Members of the Atlantic Dis-
trict Olrl Scout Council met yes-
terday at the home of Mrs. Jos-
eph Blalkowskl at Coco Slito.
Plans were made for the Brownie
and Girl Scout Dav Camp to be
held In Oatun starting June 20.
Arrangements were also made
for the supper to be held at the
Cristobal Union Church at 6:30
D.m. May 23 for all registered
Olrl Scout adults from both sides
of the Isthmus. All committee
members, leaders, council mem-
bers, etc.. are requested to notifv
their neighborhood chairman If
thev can attend this dinner. A
charge of 50 cents will be made
the Atlantic Side members.
Olrls will register for the sum-
mer camp at the office In Marga-
rita everv afternoon from Mav 14
through 18 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
This registration mav be made
bv the parent the leader or the
girl. A fee of $2.00 must accom-
pany the application blank.
Those present at Tuesday's
meeting were: Mrs. Nelson Mae-
ner. Mrs. T. A. Dovel Mrs I. J.
Frankel. Mrs. Hrvev smith. Mrs.
Robert Fahre, Mrs. Colin Lawson.
and Mrs. Lee Nash, with Mrs.
Charles Whltaker. who presided.
"Irhael Letchke
Family Returns
Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Letch-
ko and their son, Michael, lot
mcrly of New Cristobal, returned
Monday on the 8.8. Panama aftd
are now living at 171-B DeLes-*
sepa and Roosevelt. Mr.- Letcitko
has been reemployed by the Com-
missary Division after about a.
year and a half In the United
States.
Reserve Officers' Dance
The Reserve Officers' Associa-
tion will sponsor a dance at the
Hotel Washington on May 19
from 8:00 to 12:00. This dance
will be the social climax pf Na-
tional Defense Week which lasts
from Mav 12 to 19.
Tickets are a dollar per person.
R.C.A.
RADIOS
LA POSTAL
68 Ave. Central
U'anama i^anal (clubhouses~
Showing Tonight
BALBOA
Alr-t undlll.ined
eitin A 11:30
a Richard WIDMARK. In
"HALLS OF MONTEZUMA"
(Technicolor) Also Showing Thunwlayt
COCOLI
S:ll 8:0S
f
(Thursday)
Ion LUPINO Howard DUFF
'WOMAN IN HIDING'
GAMBOA
7:00 P M
Esther WILLIAMS Howard KKIL
'THE PAGAN LOVE SONG'
(Technicolor)
Thursday "UNION STATION''_____
MARGARITA
7:45 only I
t----------
Leoncavallo's music drama... Love of a Clown 1
"PAGLIACCI"
Thursday "WOMAN FROM HEADQUARTERS"
CRISTOBAL
lr-< nnitlnnnee
*:lk A a:So
Edmond O'BRIEN Joanne DRU
711 OCEAN DRIVE"
Also Showing Thursday!
Opjening
Tomorrow!
CENTRAL
Tomorrow
Release! I*
A gr'at Technicolor comedy thnt will make you
laugh... laugh... and laugh!...
Denaid O'CONNOR Helena CARTER, la
"DOUBLE CROSSBONES"
IN TECHNICOLOR I__________
CENTRAL
John
WAYNE
John
AGARD
- In -
'SHE WORE A
YELLOW RIBBON"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
gfLLA VISTA
At :* am.:
SENSATIONAL DEBUT OF
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Introducers of Use Mamko!
Full of Cuban Hhythm a>
Including the American
Singer
MI8S GLORIA HELM
On The Screen
Richard Conic In
"UNDER THE GUN"
CECILIA THEATRE
THE STORY OF A MANS WEAKNESS..
AND A WOMAN S BETRAYAL!..
Lee J. Cobh Jane Wyatt Jahn Hall, la
"The Mon Whr Cheated Himself
Great Show! TROPICAL Great Show!
PRESENTATION OF "TRIO ATLAS"
JULIA ELENA SMITH
TRIO AN-RO-YE TONY FLANDES
PAPITO BAKER and His Orchestra!
*
ENCANTO THEATRE
Howard Duff Brlen
Donlevy. in
"SHAKEDOWN"
Also: Ann Todcl
Norman Woodland, in
"MADELEINE'
TIVOLI THEATRE
BANK NIGHT!
Ingrid Bersman. in
TNDER CAPRICORN"
Randolph Scott. In
"COLT .4S"_____
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Start, al *:M p.t. _____
Dan Duryea Gale
Storm, in
"THE UNDERWORLD
STORY"
Also: Paul Muni
Anne Baxter, In
"ANGEL ON MY
SHOULDER-
VICTOHIA THEATRE
Start, at a p.sa.
"DICK TRACY a. CRIME INC"
U--3) Aleo:
HEART OF VIRGINIA"
"LAW OF THE GOLDF.N
WE*T!____________


*AGE SIX
rHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAHT NIW5PATEK
WEDNESDAY, MAT t, 1151
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Minimum fot
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word.
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VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th St.
There are no better
Spray Painting Outfits
or Air Compressors
than
I CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD
but
there are many that
cost a lot more.
CEO. F. NOVEY, INC
I7S Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1949 "88" Oldtmobile
Sedan, excellent condition, new
tires, hydramatic drive and radio.
Call Thomas Morine. Panama 2-
2923._______________________________
FOR SALE:Oldsmob'le 98 rocket
-Hydramotic convertible 1949, in
perfect! condition. Must sacrifice.
Phone Balboa 2766 or Panama 3-
1025.
FOR SALE:1949 GMC Panel, half
ton, perfect condition. Phone Bol-
boa 2766, Panama 3-1025.
FOR SALE:1951 Koiser, 4-door
De Luxe Sedan Hydromotic drive,
radio. WSW tires. Complete Vynil
interior. Kovel. house 0430-A.
Frongipani St., Ancon, after 4:00
p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile 98,
convertible Sedan 5.000 miles,
like new. Leaving Isthmus. Call
Ft. Clayton 4281.
FOR SALE:Cadilloc 1949. Sedan
No. 62. 27.000 miles, hydramotic.
radio, white tires, seat covers, gray.
Centrol Avenue No. 163, Tel. 2-
2638.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
or CUSHIONS. SLIP-COVERS and
E-l'PHOl STl him. rail im or visit
our -Iiiik mom ( ii.lorn built furni-
ture our speciality. See our Dece-
xator's Fabrics. Free Ketlmatei. -NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY t. de la Osia No. 77 lAuto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4478.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES eV ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment
At Factor* Prices.
PORRAS
Plaxa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Speciol
De Luxe, new tires, excellent con-
dition, very clean. Fine transporta-
tion. Phone 4-477.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do yen have a drinkine preelem?
Writ* Alcoholics Anonymous
Box IPS I Altee. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
ond enomels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
VENETIAN BLINDS: Mode to
to order repaired and refinished,
estimates given. COLON WOOD
SERVICE. Tel. 543-L, 2003 ,7th.
street. Colon, R. P.
FOR SALE:Heavy Duty Battery
Charger. 80 AMP capacity. Ideal
for chorgmg bus or truck batter-
ies. Garage Mexico." Calle Juan
B. Sosa No. 6. Phone 2-2069.
FOR SALE:New Leico III F f.1.5
Lens Flash attachment, $275.00.
Call 2-1653, evenings.
FOR SALE: For phonograph: 78
RPM 25-cyde motor; 33 RPM 60
cycle motor; preamplifier magne-
tic cartridge and stylus all at half
price. Two studio type arms brond
new at cost. Phone Eiilboo 2870.
WHEEL ALIGNING don't weor
your tires bumpy-ity-bump when
you have a BEAR ALIGNING
EQUIPMENT IN TOWN check
it at Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE:1941 Ford Coupe, very
good motor, new point, $300 cosh.
Tenth St. 6068 apartment 8. Co-
lon.
LESSONS
Leorn poise, grace, balance and self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leove nome, address, phone at
desk Bolboo YMCA or Box 106,
Balboa. Hornett & Dunn.
FLASH !
LEICA OWNERS
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View direct through lens.
Exclusively available at
International Jewelry Inc.
adjoining International Hotel
and
Lobby Hotel El Panam
THE UtrYVSt CORP
Phone 2-3.133
LOTS POR SAL*
Down Payment SIM.
Monthly Payment 2IS
LOTS on Paved Street from II 00
a. Meter
Fot Rent: Heavy Equipment tor
round levellnc
e> We Rent Lots on Long lent.
Lot Club at S3 ana a Weekij_.
Liler Seeks Pardon
After Execution-eve
Plea By Murderer
ATLANTA. May 9 (UP> At-
torneys for Herring sivell sought
his freedom today from a life
sentence for the slaying of share-
cropper William Turner on the
basis of a "last statement" by
John Wallace, who was executed
for the crime.
Pierre Howard. Sivell's attor-
ney, told the State Pardons and
Parole Board that Sivell, a re-
sident of Chlpley. had been
"Miled" and was the victim of
"circumstances" In the Turner
slaying.
Howard presented to the board
a Chlpley Baptist preacher, T. E.
Dawson, who lold of talking to
Wallace the day before his
execution.
Wallace told him. Dawson
said, that Sivell and two other
men sentenced U> life for the
crime were innocent and he ask-
ed the minister to help them
"to be relumed to their fa-
milies."
"Those three had no part In
what I'm paying society for to-
morrow." Dawson auoted Wal-
lace.
Howard said that Sivell plead-
ed guilty in exchange for a life
sentence because he would have
been sentenced to death if he
had gone on trial in hostile
Coweta County where Turner
was seized and clubbed to death
to climax a feud with his land-
lord, Wallace, in 1948.
The Parole Board took the
request under advisement.
FOR SALE:25 cycle GE outomotie
record changer with 25 records,
$35.00. 25 cycle GE washer 2
years old in excellent condition,
$90.00. Frigidoire 7.5 cu. ft. In
excellent condition, unit 2 years
old, no rust, $65.00. Phone 4-
477. ,
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:On Cushman scooter,
duty paid, good condition. L. S.
Myers 91-A, 6th. New Cristobal.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
..with two bathrooms, two servants.
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMMA APART-
MENTS. Modern furniihed-unfun-
ished oportment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th St., New Cristobol.
Phone 1586, Coln.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottoges, Santa Clara
Box number 435, Bolboo. Phone
Ponom 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.________________________________
Gramlich' Sonta Clora beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rate. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Casino Santo Cloro no registra-
tion, oops, sorry! NO RISIRVA-
TIONS NECESSARY! En|oy bracing
cool swimming at Panama's most
beautiful beach resort. Doubles
$4.00.
House ON REACH at Santa Clara.
Also mountoin top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Balboa 2820 or sec caretaker
there.
FOR RENT:Cool bright apartment,
furnished-unfurnished. Oniy one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones 1191-J or 599-L.
FOR RENT:Aportment in building
No. 1. Nicanor A de Oborrio St.
For information inquire at No. 1 12
Via Espono. Tel. 3-1716 ond 2-
1681 Ponam. In the mornings.
FOR RENT:Best locoted furnished
oportment with all modern con-
veniences;. Also coiy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
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.
Legal Notice
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Duvilon of Bilbao
Jack F. Roberts,
plaintiff.
fa.
Delphine G. Robarla,
defendant.
SUMMONS
Casa No 43 4 0.
Civil Docket 17
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To tha ibi--rimfj defendant:
You ar beraby required to appear
and answer tha complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety da>e
after the first publication.
In casa of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
aaaintt you by default for tha relief
demanded in the complaint
WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J
Hancock. Judge, United States District
Court lar the District of the Canal
Zone, this lth of April. 1911.
C. T. M.< rniik, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara da la Pane
C-hier Deputy (Jerk.
To Delphlne O. Roberta.
Tha foregoing summons Is reved opon
you by publication pursuant to the order
of the Honorable Joseph J Hancock,
Judge. I'nited States Dlatrict Court for
too District of tha Canal Zone, datad
April 18. 1441. and entered and filed In
thia action in tha office of the Clerk
of aald I'nl-.ed States District Court for
tha Division of Balboa, on April 44.
1*51.
C. T. McCeraslck. Jr.
Clark
By Sara da la Passa
Chief Deputy Clerk.
T. E. Bougan Heads
Retailing Branch
Of Commy Division
Thomas E. Bougan will be-
come Chief of the Retail Stores
Branch of the Commissary Di-
visions and O. W. Ryan will as-
sume Bougan's present position
as manager of the Cristobal
Commissary effective May 13, it
was announced by L. B. Moore,
Supply and Service Director.
Bougan will fill the position
vacated by the promotion of O.
N. Engelke to Assistant General
Manager of the Commissary
Division.
Efiecllve the same date, J. c.
Wallace, who has been at Coco-
li as manager, will be transfer-
red to the same postlonat sil
vcr City; W. F. &lJ5
has been manager at Da."'"
He grit, will become manager
of the Cocoll Commissary; and
B J. Byrne. Paraso Commis-
sary Manager will ,be mjiaier-
red to the same position at Dia
"'Bochas been employed In
the Commissary Division sh.
April 1930, except for a period
of three years when he was on
active duty with the Navy dur-
ing World War II. He was first
ptrmioved as Foreman In the
Commissary Division and seven
months later was r-med As
slstant Manager of the Com
missary at Silver City.
He was transferred to the
same position at Red Tank In
1932 and served there unUl 1940
when he went to Ancon Market
He served as manager of the
Diablo Commissary from 1HJ!W
1945. when he was transferred
to Silver City. He has managed
the Cristobal Commissary since
Vyan has been employed In
the Commissary Division since
March 1929. He was first em-
played as foreman and also
cerved as commissary assistant
and assistant manager unti.
April 1942 when he was named
manager of the new commis-
sary at Camp Bierd.
He became manager at Cris-
tobal in January 1945 and in
September 1947 was named As-
sistant Manager of the Whole-
sale Grocery Section of the
Commissary Division. He was
appointed manager of the Sil-
ver City Commissary in April
1950 and has been there since
that time.
FOR RENT:Two room aportment
in new building No. 8048 lo-
cated on 10 1-2 St. Apply V. M.
Ossa at 12:180 Bolivar Ave., Co-
lon.
Villiams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Singer sewing machine
cabinet model $175.00. Boby bed,
$25.00. 4 Pc. bomboo set, $100.
3 pc. maple bedroom suite, $50.-
00. 703-E, Curundu, 86-5149.
-Household Odds and Ends for sale
atthe Runkels' house, 5964-A
Diablo Heights, on Smith Place at
end of Wolker Ave., Thursday 10
Moy after 6:30 P. M., or coll 2-
1293. Electric clock, fan, record-
changer, o few decorative items,
etc.
FOR SALE: Kerosene refigerotor,
beds, mattresses, tables, chairs
and other household goods. No.
49, 4th of July Avenue. 4:00 to
6:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:One 9 cu. ft. Coldspof
porcelain inside and out. Very
good condition. $100. 5330-C,
Diablo. Call Balboa 2-3088.
FOR SALE:-Singer Treodle Sewing
Machine. $45.00; G. E. Tonk tyep,
Mochine. $45.00; G. E. Tank type,
alarm dock $3.00; small toble
ond ping-pong lamps maple. Very
cheap. Double dry closet partition
$20.00. mall rugs. Everything in
excellent condition. Fitch 175-
A Rio Grande 3t. Pedro Miguel.
Wanted Position
O'Dwyer's Prolege
Convicted Of Lying
To Crime Committee
NEW YORK, May 9
James J. Moran, long-time crony
of former mayor William
O'Dwyer and alleged pal of
Frank Costello, was found guilty
of perjury today for lying to the
Senate Kefauver Crime Commit-
tee.
Moran, the first person con-
victed as a result of the Crime
Committees public hearings here
last March, faces a maximum
sentence^ ^of five years In ]a P0S1T|0N WANTED for moid by day
or week. Excellent cook, laundress,
ond housekeeper. Available obout
15 May. Phone P. J. Runkel or
Mrs. Cossie Inness ot 2-1293.
Help Wonted
WANTED:Good cook with refer-
ences. Must sleep n. Apply No.
81 Airport Rood, Paitilla.
WANTED:Bilingual Americon with
administrative, safes, transporta-
tion and general business experi-
ence desires position. Write J. D.
Box 1 34 Panama.
I
"WING THING" BEATS DARIUS GREENRolo Ewers, wealthy La Junta, Colo, inventor re-
alized a 5D-year dream when be flew his nylon-and-spruce "wing" distance of 150 yards at an J
altitude of 30 feet, all under the power of his own muscle. The 30-foot wingbuilt for $100__get* f
its power when the pilot bounces on a sponge rubber cross below the "cockpit." Said Ewers after I
bis flight, which was his first trip off the ground in "any kind of flying machine": "I don't care what
the world thinks. We've done it, that's all."
. ...
Li. Col. Weber Is
Army Instructor
Lt. Col. Reginald T. Weber has
been named United States Army
Caribbean Senior Army In-
structor, succeeding Col. F. J.
Barber, who recently returned
t othe States for reassignment.
The new SAI arrived in the
Canal Zone In May, 1950, and
had been on duty with the 33rd
Infantry until his transfer to
Fort Amador last month.
Colonel Weber, 'a native of
Grand Rapids, Michigan, at-
tended grammar and high
schools there before going east
to attend New York University
and West Point Military Acade-
mv. He also attended the Drake
Business College In New York
Cltv
He entered the United 8tates
Army In 1924 and saw duty at
Fort Wayne, Michigan, Fort
Benning, Ga Fort Sheridan, Ill-
Fort Bragg. N. C. at Fort
Campbell before going oversea*
in 1943. He received the Bronze
Star Medal fof heroic action In
Normandy, and also served In
the North France. Ardennes,
Rhineland and Central Europe
campaigns.
After a three-year tour of
duty in the European Theatre,
Colonel Weber returned to the
States with dutv at Headquar-
ters. First Army. Governor's Is-
land. N. Y.. where he was G-4
prior to his assignment to the
Canal Zone.
Colonel and Mrs. Weber reside
at Quarters 183, Fort Kobbe,
with their newborn on, Regi-
nald, Jr. A daughter, Elizabeth,
seven. Is currently attending
school In Harrison, N. Y.
33 rd Infantry Attackers
Make Goats^)fJ'hemselves
FORTKQBBE.cz.The 33rd .top) was laid on the mountain
Infantry has created or maybe I and the boats shoved off.
become a new animal lt Is call-
ed an amphibious mountain goat
tOreamnos montanus amphl-
bios.i
The creation resulted from
training on river crossing.
Last week units of the First
Battalion engaged In this train-
ing in the vicinity of Miraflores
Lake.
After an hour of orientation by
sic William D. Comstock. the
men carried 410 pound plywood
assault boats through a rugged
hundred and fifty yards of junule
to the water's edge. The objec-
tive was a mountain top across
the stream which was fortified
by Aggressors.
At the appointed hour a smoke
screen (smoke pots set off by the
Aggressors they lit cigarettes to
determine the direction of the
wind and did a beautiful Job of
obliterating the whole mountain
The Aggressors threw In artll-
lery fire (by means of flash
guns), but the boats continued'
amid spouting geysers of water
i caused by powder charges'
thrown by engineers riding In'
the boats, i On the opposite short
the men jumped off Into waist-
deep water and stinking mud.
Wading ashore they found
dense Jungle for about 300 yard
to the foot of the mountain.
When they reached the moun-
tain, however, they found thai <
the tough part still remained, for i
this climb was about 200 yards
and almost straight up.
During the problem. whl was directed by Lt. Roland Pelx-
otto of Company A. support wa
simulated from 81 mm. mortars,
75 recolless and an MG platoon.,'
The men also had blank ammu-;
nltion. .______ I
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and a $2,000 fine.
Shortly before the Moran jury
returned Its verdict a Brooklyn
grand jury indicted "20 to 22"
New York City cops on charges
of conspiring to obstruct justice
and named 43 others as co-con-
spirators in a $20.000,000 a year
rambling ring that paid police
five per cent of Its profits for
protection.
Federal Judge Charles A.
Dewey set 10 a. m. Friday for WANTED:Moid for general house-
Lt. Cov. Bogel
Is Elks' Speaker
For Mothers Day
A Mothers' Day celebration,
with Lt. Gov. H. D. Vogel as the
main speaker, will be held Sun-
day afternoon by Lodge 1414 of
the Elks.
The ceremony will begin at
2:30 p.m. Music will be provid-
ed bv Joe Flvnn and the "Vo-
cal-Aires." Light refreshments
will be served by a small group
of Elks' wives before and after
the 2:30 services.
The services are celebrated
annually bv the Elks on the
gecond Sunday of May,
sentencing.
Moran. 49. a city employe for
22 years and an O'Dwyer pro-
tege for 13. was found guilty ot
lying to cover up his relations
with Louis Weber. 51-year-old
Brooklyn numbers racket king
and ex-convlct.
Moran told the Senate crlme-
busters that Weber visited him
not more than three to six times
when he was O'Dwyer's first de-
puty Fire Commissioner from
1948-50. But four firemen testi-
fied that Weber came callln a-
bout 100 times during those four
years.
Eugene F. Roth, assistant U. S.
Attorney, charged that Moran
told a "glib," brazen and bold
lie" about his relations with
Weber to keep the Senators from
asking him what business he had
with the racketeer.
Weber, in turn, was also In-
dicted for perlurv for telllne the
Crime committee he had never
even met Moran.
Moran began his nubile career
as a $3,250-a-year clerk In Kings
Countv court In 1929 and met
O'Dwyer when he became Judge
n' that court. O'Dwyer took
Moran with him as he rose
steadily through the ranks from
Judge to District Attorney to
Mayor.
St. Teresa's Group
Sponsors Program
For Mothers Day
The St. Theresa's Catholic
Youth Omanlzatlon will sponsor
a Mothers Day Program In their
parish hall on Sunday at 2:30
p.m. for all the mothers In this
and the neighboring communi-
ties.
As a special attraction, Cleff
Melodaires, the C.Y.O. Choir.
"Prof." Carlos Payne, and many
others will provide entertain-
ment.
Each mother attending will
have flowers pinned on her
when entering the door.
After the program in the
parish hall, Rev. John A. Doyle.
CM. will bless aU the mothers,
and will conclude this act with
Benediction of the Most Blessed
Sacrament.
work and core of children. To live
in. Bring references. 5654-C,
Diablo.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Canadian Family requies chalet, three
bedrooms, study, garden, garage,
preferably Bella Vista, Golf Hgts.
etc. Tel. 3-2492.
Strikers, Police
Clash In Spain;
1 Dead 2 Hurt
PAMPLONA, 8paln, May 9 (UP)
One worker was reported kill-
ed and two wounded by stray
bullets today when police fired
In the air In an effort to disperse
a battle among workers here over
the present cost-of-living strikes.
About a score of workers were
treated at first aid stations yes-
terday after the police had used
rubber truncheons to break up
a workers' demostratlon.
Truck loads of police from Lo-
grona and Bilbao have been
pouring Into this strlke-crlppled
City of'75,000.
The shooting today occurred
when a group of workers seek-
ing to enter the Lopez shoe plant
was engaged by a larger group
of strikers.
The strikers claim the Increase
in the cost of living Is their only
Incentive for the strike.
Government officials charge
that this and all recent strikes
In Sapln are political, instigated
by agents entering the country
secretly from southwest France,
where thousands of exiled Span-
iards have lived since the Span-
ish civil war.
Oh, key, let sne
at theae rana-
asa Aaaerl can
f lea. They're
teta'. And on Sunday there are 4 fall
ases In the Supplement leo! On T-
slay's there's news about our school actl
vltlee.
Puerto Rican Cadre
Settles To Training
Classes At Ft. Kobbe
FORT KOBBE. C. ZThe
Third Battalion Cadre of the
33rd Infantry lost no time In
settling down to the business of
infantrymen.
As a cadre who know the
things peculiar to the Infantry
these men are being given re-
fresher training as leaders and
Instructor.
Classes have been held on
safeguarding military Informa-
tion, souad tactics man rec"n.
leadership, supply discipline,
and military sanitation. They
have also had periods of calis-
thenics and close order drill to
keen the men In top physical
condition.
In addition, the men. who
come from Puerto Rico, are
spending two hours a night, four
nights a week, on English.
Italian Bureaucrat
Strikers Return
ROME. May 9 (UP)The na-
tionwide 24-hour strike of near-
ly 1,500.000 civil servants for
higher pay ended today. The
workers returned to their jobs.
Premier Alcide de Gasperl had
warned their might be sanctions
against the government strik-
ers, including loss of pay.
Arab League Croup
Will Talk Action
DAMASCUS.May 9 (UP).The
Syrian Government has asked
the seven-nation Arab League
Political Committee to meet in
Damascus to consider possible
action against "repeated Jewish
aggression."
Meanwhile in Tel Aviv, Israeli
military spokesman Captain
Lionel Peytin said Syrian forces
opened fire again before dawn
today on the Israel-Syrian bor-
der. He said the Syrians were
fortifying positions In the demi-
litarized zone there.
Canal-Railroad
Has 88 Transfer
Jobs Waiting
There are 88 positions vacan*
in the Canal-Railroad organiza-
tion to which qualified eligible
employes may transfer, accord-
ing to the latest issue of the
transfer-vacancy bulletin from,
the Personnel Bureau.
There are 29 classified and re-'
lated positions and 59 craft posi-
tions among the vacancies.
i
The classified and related
group Includes: governmental
systems accountant; carto-
graphic survey aide; clerk; ac-
counting clerk; stenographer-
clerk; clerk-typist; civil en-
gineer, design, survey and town-
site planning; materials and sa-
nitary engineers; fireman; In-
vestigator; meatcutter; .optical
technician; pilot in training:
policeman; signalman; and
training officer.
The craft group Includes:]
bollermaker; cablespllcer bat-
tery and Ignition engineer;)
stevedore foreman; telephone in-
staller; machinist; motor boat
maintenance mechanic; con-
struction equipment mainten-
ance mechanic; radio mechanic;
lock operators, qualified and un-1
qualified, wlreman, cablespllcer;
body repairman painter; pipefit-
ter; plumber; battery repairman;
rigger; sheet me tal worker;
sheetmetal worker-coppersmith;;
shlpfltter; toolmaker; welder; I
and wlreman.
No other newa-
fiper can heal
he Panama
American far
complete, n-le-the-miute newi eover-
7 and eiftorlal quality. An* the only
way to kaep up with the world of sports
Is Ihrongh The Panama American'
When the day a
ark Is done.
I cant wait lo
read the Sedal
Cgee ef The Panama American. And a
days, everylhlna from fashion news
le helpful household hints are Included
In the Women's pafeain Bullish and
Spanish both!
Unlisted Illinois
Ball Game May
Herald Millennium
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. May 9
(UP) Dean Walter J. Matherly
of the University of Florida's
College of Business Administra-
tion told the Jacksonville Wom-
en's Club today when he thought
the millennium referred to In the
Bible would occur.
He said as a aide remark In a
speech on preparedness:
"...The millennium will dawn
only when the members of the
Ku Klux Klan play a baseball
game with the Knights of Co-
lumbus In Zlon City, 111., with a
Negro college graduate for um-
pire for the special benefit of
Jewish refugees from Central
Europe who have sought the
protection of Uncle Sam."
IYMTM
Sill
JK.J
MAKE
MINE
M0NTEZUMA
I
Dans Dilemma 1,
Dan's pockets had no silvas*
lining.
For some money he waa fining'
Then a P. A. Want Ad ha
sighted.
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Mao's Likely
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All-out Red
BEAU BROADWAY, JR.
The First-Nlghters: The solitary premiere, "The Little Blue
Light," was unappreciated by the critics, most of whim enjoyed
the acters more. The Times firing-squad called the new entry
"eonfaslnr," which brings as to the next item. The last clickv
SWight play (also with Blue in its title) was "The Moon Is Blur
arrived two months aro. No non-musical was embraced since by
critic or spectator..."The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg is
the second show to perish in Philly, despite good notices there. .
The new musical, "CourthV Time," attracted rave reports from
the Phillv oracles. HaU were flung into the clouds In salute to
the perfs of Lloyd Nolan and Billy Wood. The Philly Inquirer s
eritle (Murdoch) gashed: "Another of 1951's topanotch musical
comedies. Tells Its riotous Ule In lilting songs and exuberante
Canees performed by a cast that has dash and verve and a com-
bined sense of high comedy".. There were seven drama-casualties
In the past month. Another half-dozen will resign when the
humidity and "the-alr-condltlonlng-system-lsn't-worklng" sea-
sen arrives.
BY PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON
Increasing mystery over the
whereabouts and health of Mao
Tse-tung. the Number one
Communist of Red China, has
locuaed increased Washington
attention on his probable suc-
cessor. He is believed to be Liu
Shao-ch'l. He therefore may be
the man with whom peace
must be made if the war In Ko-
rea is to be brought to an end.
I He is known personally by
few Americans. But such Intel*
1 licence reports as have been
nleced together on his record
ndlcate that he Is an all-out,
thoroughly indoctrinated Com-
nUe The" may have been some
basis for the wartime belief
that Mao Tse-tung was an agra-
rian reformer who might be
'ma the Tito of China, break-
lirTthe peasant revolution there
awav from Russian domination.
Anv hope of such a break-away
wold seem to be definitely- ruU
ed out If Liu Is in fact head 01
the Peking government.
Liu Is regarded as one. of the
foremost Marxist theorists In
China. Chinese *-? h,n1
rate him as
In the Wings: The new generation may appreciate J;his one
We haven't used It in 15 years. A society woman (whose last name
was Hore-Bellalre i played cards badly and never remembered urilll_. _......r
names of even her best friends. So she called them "Mrs. T." or !^cholar. He is a prolific *""'
"Mrs. J.." etc...One night while playing cards with George S. But ms greatest experience na
Kaufman she made a particularly bad play.. .George flung down. b n as a labor organizer ana
his hand and cooed: "Now. there's no excuse for That, Mrs. W
...Marlon Carter "calls cockdull parties "half-cocktall parties"...
Broadwav Confucius: "Schmoe Is Guy Who Walk Into Llndys
With Felow Who Just Got Fired." leader, he is listed as chairman
The Cinemagicians: An electrffler christened "I Was a Com- f the 'Tn.Vn'uu^was^ele^ted
nist for the FBI" properly represents yellow-travelers as stinlt- lIia,,a ," ftt the Milan, Ita-
.. see It and learn how Rats are trying to Trap You..."Fury of o this office towh
commissar with the
political
armies. ,
As an international
labor
aaanist
era.
the Congo" again exhibits Wcissmuller acting with every muscle
.. ."The First Legion" records the heartbeat of a poignant drama,
bat it was yanked after a week at the State. Chas. Beyer's grease-
paint sketching is as usual, expert.. ."Doctor Beware" should be
renamed: "(ash Customers Look Out!"..."The Scarf" wasti's
talented fllly-dilly Mercedes McCambridge. The story is a dully
..."The Thing" exudes suspense like an expectant father. Com-
Kllini "Double Crossbones" has some amusing hellraislng by
nald O'Connor In a standard Joe Mlllerdrama....."Colorado
Ambush" Induces sleep by counting bosses.
Broadway Taffy: Main Stem stardom doesn't always guar-
antee fame. A little-known skillful performer named Frank Low- ment
joy (what a happy name) is currently starring in two B'wav
flickers.. .Memo from H. Huret of N. Y.: "I ward to come to
Pinza's defense. I saw 'Mr. Imperlum' at a preview. I'm not In the
trade, just a moviegoer. The film is as dull as you heard, but It's
not Ealo's fault. He's saddled with one of the oldest, tritest.
stupidest stories in years. Dialog right out of 'Dickie Dare Went to
School': direction takes Itself and story seriously (Instead of ton-
gue-in-cheekthe way Lubltsch did those grand things with
Chevalier >. Pinza didn't have a chance"... Kay Thompson. Judy
Garland's best pal. was with her at her London premierein the
wingswhich explains why Judy wasn't too scared. Kay reports
from London: "She outdid and outsang herself. Thev adore her.
A magic night!".. Martha Raye will do "Annie Getcha Gun" on
the Coast In Aug.. .The N. Y. Herald-Trlb is in no hurry to ap-
point a new drama critic.
The Aristocrats: The playing by Marlene's heiress (Maria
Rlva) in Studio One indicated she ha< Inherited much of her
flamothers charm and talent ..Bill Slater's broadcasting has
style and ting...Jack Barry's "Faith Baldwin Theater of Rom-
,, conference last -year,
he did not attend it personally.
Liu's claim to succeed Mao
Tse-tung is based upon his po-
sition in the Peking government.
He Is vice chairman of: the cen
,,-al Committee of the Chinese
Communist Part;- and vice
chairman of the Politburo as
well He is also vt:e chalrm&n of
- ssuvss ara
SSWUWTflSS
Council.
t i Hhao-"h'l is believed to be
_EffT#-s
students there. .
-lW whole Chinese Commun-,
ut revolutionary movement
hemmed fro.. Uttte group o
One Sad Aspect of the MacArthur Affair
UtfOF
G)unTW
HI* WASHINGTON
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, MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW PEARSON

"fe
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
THE MYSTERY
u
THIS IS YOU 0UM THt rUADIHS OWN COLUMN
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The Mail tax ii an epn terum loi rtoders ot Tht Panama American
Ltlttri ait rrccivfrf frattfully and ait handled in a holly confidential
manntr.
If you contribuir a lettei don I ba impatient II M doesn't apaoai the
itxt day. Lttfcti are publiihed in the order reeelvad.
Plaast try te kaal the lattera limitad te ana page length.
Identity of latter write 11 held in ttrictett confidence.
Thi* newipapei anumei ae raipanilbllity far ttatamentt er epiniem
tipieiied in lettere from rcedert.
THANK YOU. Sl'RGEONS. AT
(ORGAN:
At this moment it is Incumbent
that I the undersigned extend the
physicians of the "Chest Section"
of Gorgas Hospital my sincere
gratitude. Having been in that
section of that institution for
approximately seven months the
keen attention I received from
the doctors it wouldn't be human
if I didn't tender a word of ap- suffering from the Human Race.
truly manifested His power
through these surgeons, because
had It been man's power alone I
could not pull through success-
fully.
May Ood bless them in their
effort, in their willingness to
help men in time of affliction.
Through personal experience I
realize they are leaving no stone
unturned in order that they may
be able to eliminate all contagious
precia tlon.
Having the experience of a very
serious and technical operation
which was performed by three
doctors, I rallied between life
and death and through their skll-
fulness today I am alive. When
we read of geniuses we wonder
what kind of persons they are
supposed to be. Today we need
not wonder. Be not afraid when
vou enter the Chest section of
Oorgas Hospital, you will find
them in the persons of Doctors
Waston. Ehrman. E. P. Shlrokov.
A. Sholk. Dr. Lasley and most of
all Dr. A, V. Mastellarl. There are
many others whose names are
not mentioned because I am not
acquainted with the names
thanks to them likewise.
I dare not forget our Ood who
has made man a little lower than
the aneis and has crowned him
with glory and honor. Ood has or her reward.
The nurses are quite efficient
and also are on the alert at your
call to give service. Their treat-
ment during crucial moments is
tender and sincere and they are
always ready to give words of en-
couragement. May God Bless
them.
To the Doctors and Nurses of
the "Chest Section" of Gorgas
Hospital thanks a million for your
skill and unseverlng kindness in
helping me out of my affliction.
Wilfred A. Berry
PS. I _annot forget to remember
the local rate attendants. They
are verv courteous, kind and en-
couraging. Miss Ruby Barnes is
especially kind to the patients.
She goes around the suffering as
a mother would her only child.
Continue In your good service
and God will give to everyone his
MAKE
3 MINE
MONTEZUMA
anee" (ABC-tv Sat. ajn.s) Is klss-and-televlsion at its big-timiest ?,,TLiiirtuals and theoreticians
.....Isabel Blgley's electric personality lifhts up "Guyzndols" and ;J"'_j___ at this school In this
the teevy screens. She also knows how to make a melody purr... j _*.h Thev were*obscure coun-
The teevy clowns who strive for laughs by wearing feminine flnerv '?*"?,,, the time. But they
are more ho-hum than ha-ha...The other Sabbath Times radio trv ,D"xUiu-J, and they grew up
dep't (by Val Adams) noted that Dagmar was born plain Jennie ** tog"ner ana 1 hag
lewis of Huntlngton. W. Va. The current TV Guide, in a big storv ,n ,,,aff
about the gal. says her real monicker Is Virginia Ruth Egnor.
Liu entered Peking Universi-
ty in 1919 but apparently stayed
here only a short time. He left
o'attendthe Soviet's Far East-
ern University of Moscow train-
ing school for so many revolu-
UOAniatereseven months as a stud-
ont of labor relations, he was a
aeeSte\o the ilrst Far Eastern
Labor Conference in 1920 The
next year he returned to China
and openly joined the Commun-
ist Party. His first assignments
were to organize coal miners,
but he was soon sent to Shang-
hai and for 10 years was active
there.
Following the split between
Chiang Kai-shek's Kuomintang
Party and the Communists In
1930. Liu went to Manchuria for
a time. He fled before the Jap-
anese Invasion of that atea and
returned to Shanghai to organ-
ize protest strikes.
For about three years he is
believed to have worked In the
C 0 m rr u nist underground in
Shanghai. During the 6000-mile
"long march" retreat of Mao's
followers from southeast to
northwest China In 1934-5. Liu
was political commissar attach-
ed to the Fifth Red army. Of the
100,000 that began this march,
only 20.000 survived, but they
became the hard core of Com-
munist aggression.
In later years Liu is believed
to have jjone undercover work
in Peking and Yenan. helping
to prepare the way for the re-
turn of the Communist armies
which played a leading part In
Jap resistance.
ATHENS. Here In Athens, a mystery of
American policy dominates the political scene as
the sun bright beauty of he Acropolis domi-
nates the city. The mystery consists in a con-
trast. .
In Western Europe, billions are being poured
out to create a force of not much more than
forty divisions, to neutralize the threat o So-
viet aggression. On the present time table, this
force cannot be ready before 1953-1954, and even
to meet this deadline, reluctant government and
passive peoples are having to be dragooned to
make greater efforts.
Here in the eastern Mediterranean, on the
other hand, a potential flghttnd force, of at
least seventy divisions already exists In the form
of the armies of Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia.
There is no doubt here about the fighting spirit
of the populations, not any need to pour out
billions. All that Is needed to transform this
force in the eastern Mediterranean* into a pow-
erful menace on the exposed Soviet flank Is a
little intelligent diplomacy and a sensible arms
program.
Moreover, since the governments are eager
and their divisions are already In being, the job
can be done In a relatively short time. Even
by next Spring, verv important results could be
achieved. Yet nothing is being done, beyond
the long established limits of the Greek-Turkish
aid program, to take advantage of this glitter-
ing opportunity.
The old pattern Is not nearly good enough for
the present emergency for two different reasons.
In the first place, the twenty-six divisions in
Turkey, the existing nine divisions in Greece,
and the thirty to thirty-five divisions ol Yugo-
slavia will have only limited and local value un-
less they are tied together militarily and politi-
cally. Thev will all hang separately unless per-
svaded to hang together.
In a previous report from Ankara. It has al-
ready been shown how the refusal of an Ameri-
can guarantee to Turkey Is encouraging the
Turks to revert to the policy of armed neutral-
ity which thev followed In the last war. If
Washington will accent the proffered Turkish
alliance, the Turks will be allies In anv future
emergency: if not. the Turks will not move un-
less dlrectlv attacked.
Here in Athens, great progress has been made
under the political regime, of Premier Venlzelos
and the military reglme^of Marshal Papagos,
vho has completed the reformation of the Greek
Armv by the sort of wholesale purge of ineffi-
cient high ranking officers that might well be
imitated elsewhere. After the long agony of the
civil war, the Greek government Is less nervous
than the Turkish government, and more willing
to wait for the Washington authorities to come
to their senses. But the Greeks have no present
means of cooperating with either Turks or
Yugoslavs, and without these links, the Greeks
are powerless.
Soviet plans in turn are clearly based upon
this central fact. At this moment, one of Bul-
garia's two armies centers at Belogradchik, in
the north, whence Marshal Tolbukhim took off
In his last war arive 011 Belgrade. But the other
and larger Bulgarian army, Including the Bulgar
armored divisions. Is (jisposed between Kyuaten-
dll and Goma Jumaya. The obvious scheme is
for this army to drhre rapidly across the narrow
part .of southern Yugoslavia as far as the Al-
banian frontier, thus effectively separating the
Greek and YuROslav forces.
Yet it ought not to 4>e difficult to bring the
Greeks, Turks and Yugoslavs into a strong de-
fensive-offensive grouping, lnvulunerable to such
splitting tactics. First, the Greeks and Turks
must be fitted into the Western security system
bv the .American guarantee against aggression
which they now desire. Second the Yugoslavs
must be induced to act with the Greeks and
Turks 1 thus In effect joining the Western secur-
ity system by the back door). This should be
the price of the Western arms which Marshal
Tito has urgently asked for.
This problem of arms brings us, however, to
the second difficulty that must be overcome be-
fore the great potential here in the eastern Me-
diterranean can be properly realized. Th Yugo-
slav need Is obvious enough. Wheri the break
with the 8ovlet Union occurred, more than 80
uer cent of Yugoslav arms were of Russian ma-
nufacture. After more than two years with no
spare parts, no new ammunition, no replace-
ments of any sort, the Yugoslav equipment re-
quirement must be massive.
In Greece and Turkey additional arms are also
required, both to strengthen existing formations
and to make it possible for the two countries to
mobilize larger forces if the need arises. Final-
ly, the weakness of all three countries in the
air sets up another very heavy requirement of
air power for air support.
Altogether, it will not be a bargain basement
business to make this force of more than seven-
ty divisions in the eastern Mediterranean into a
strong new factor in the world power balance.
Equally, doing the job here will not remove 4he
need for doing the Job in Western Europe. The
fact none the less remains that in this region
the Western allies are airily neglecting the best
possible opportunity to make the greatest gain
ir strength, in the shortest time, and for the
most reasonable investment.
(Copyright, 1961. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Fair Price
By Bruce Biossat
In 1945, near the end of the
war, Liu was elected a vice
chairman of the Central Com-
mittee at the Communist Party's
seventh congress. And while
Mao Tse-tung was In Chung-
lng. negotiating with Chiang
who was left in charge at Yen-
an.
It was this elevation that Is
believed to have set the pattern
for Liu's succession to Mao, to-
day. The real position and pow-
er of the Chinese Red leaders
Is of course a matter of specula-
tion even In China. Mao's lead-
ership has. however. Often been
misunderstood. While he was
the political leader of the re-
volution he was also Its chief
military strategist for guerrilla
' variare. General Chu Teh took
.>rders from Mao. Whether Liu
Shao-ch'l is also a military gen-
ius who can retain this power
over the huge Red armies is an
unknown factor.
J
When Robert Vogeler stepped down at last on
American soil, it ended another chapter In the
sordid Communist history of brutality against
; human beings.
The fascinating details of Vogeler's tale of
I horror are vet to be told, but Its esseritalls are
'a familiar storv: a few strands of truth are seiz-
e" upon to lend plausibility to a fantastic of
lies. A weird mixture of mental and physical
punishment Is resorted t until the victim final-
ly "confesses" that the lies are true.
Two things make the Vogeler case different.
One Is that he Is an American, and hence we
feel the shock of his ordeal more deeply than
we would that of a foreigner. The second is
the remarkable effort made by the United
States to obtain h 11 release after he'd served 17
months of his 15-year sentence for "espionage-
in Hungary.
On the face of it, this country appeared to
oav a considerable price for Vogeler's freedom
The State Department agreed to re-open closed
Hungarian consulates In New York and Cleve-
land, to relax travel limits on U. S. tourists n
Hungarv. to restore Hungarian property held In
the U. S. zone of Germany, and to change the
wave-length of Voice of America broadcasts
from Munich. These broadcasts, beamed to
Hungarv In the Hungarian language, have been
I Interfering with Hungary's own stations.
Before anVone hastens to charge that all this
, smacks ol appeasement. It should be noted that
the closing of consulates and the travel ban
were restrictions imposed bv the U. S. in specmc
reprisal for Vogeler's arrest and Imprisonment
We simply wiped out the rejartoals when he was
freed.
But in fact Hungary may not really regain
the status quo before the Vogeler case. The
State Department, in lifting the travel ban,
nevertheless cautions Americans to pav close
heed to "conditions" In Hungary before under-
taking travel there.
As for the Voice of America change. It may
or may not prove a handicap to our propaganda
effort in Hungary. We may find it possible to
be_m broadcasts In from Greece which will ac-
complish as good resulta as those from Munich.
The return of Hungarian property stolen by
the Nazis and held In the U. S. zone of Germa-
ny is a genuine concession. But we stopped
short of agreeing to give the Reds the prizes
Crown of St. 8tephen, symbol of Hungarian sov-
erelRntv and independence.
So what the Communists gained was not ac-
tually so much. Even If they had won more. It
still would not have been a one-sided deal. For
we gained a human life, the life of a man at
the crest of his powers. And to us such a Ufe
comes high.
To Americans, the Individual is the focus of
all Ufe. When we save him. we believe we are
saving a bit of everybody's freedom. We will
my a substantial price to make him free and
keep him free.
In the Communist world. It's different. A hu-
man being Is a pawn to be shpved about as It
suits the State. He Is actually the property ot
the government. His Ufe Isn't worth a kopek.
Robert Vogeler must today be congratulating
himself over and over that he was born on the
right side of the Iron Curtain, where a single
Ufe counts for so much.
Drew Pearson says: Sen. Margaret Smith outsmarts Tafr,
taking him at his word and calling for investigatitn of
Ohio's 1950 election; Important elections in Europe
this year may tempt Soviet to strike.
WASHINGTON.They say that woman members of Con-
gress aren't smart, that they don't measure up in rough-and-
tumble debate, don't know the tricks of backstage wire-pulling.
However, it took a lady to outsmart the most powerful Repub-
lican in the SenateBob Taft of Ohio.
Last fall, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, Republican of Maine,
was bumped off the Senate Investigating Committee. The man
who Initiated her exit was Senator McCarthy of Wisconsin who
wanted revenge for Mrs. Smith's "declaration of conscience" in.
which she urged a fair hearing for those recklessly and falsely
smeared by McCarthy.
However, Mrs. Smith would not have been dropped from the
Investigating Committee had it not been for Senator Taft's covert
support for McCarthy. It was Taft, rather than McCarthy, who
really gave the ax to the lady Senator from Maine.
Mrs. Smith had little to say at the time. She smiled sweetly,
bided her time, and worked at another committee Job Investigat-
ing the Maryland elections.
Several times Senator Taft tried to pour cold water on thla
Maryland probe, claiming that the election scandals In Mary-
land were peanuts compared to what happened In Ohio. The elec-
tions committee should take a good look at Ohio, he said, If It
wanted to unearth real skulduggery.
80 Mrs. Smith quietly took Senator Taft at his word. "Senator
Taft is quite right?' she sweetly told her Democratic colleagues
on the election subcommittee, "we should Investigate the Ohio
election."
MAY EMBARRASS TAFT
8uch a probe has now been voted, but Taft is simply ill to
be tied. Angrily, he told Republican leaders that the Investigation
had not been cleared with him.
Reason for Taft's ire is that any careful investigation ofT his
recent re-election in Ohio will prlbably embarrass him more than
the Democrats. It will show, for Instance, that he spent far more
money than the Democrats, and will show a vicious anti-Catholic
whispering campaign waged by some of Taft's followers. Though
Taft personally had nothing to do with the campaign, It was just
s anti-American as the unfair fake literature used by the Re-
publicans in Maryland to defeat Tydings. And bringing' anti-
Catholicism out in the open Is not going to help Taft's Presl-
lrntlal chances.
Thanks however to the kick which Taft gave a lady, the Sen-
ator from Ohio is now going to be Investigated by Mrs. Smith's
new committee. 1
NOTEAnother Senate probe which started with a flburlsh
Is now gathering dust thanks to Sen. Guy Gillette of Iowa. Gil-
lette's Investigators unearthed some strange evidence regarding
Lt. Gov. Joe Hanley of New York, Indicating that he had nofebts
in Iowa though he worked a deal with Governor Dewey last year
for the avowed purpose of paying off his debts. For some stranga
reason Gillette has now blown cold on the New York election
probe.
TEMPTATION TO SOVIET
Most dangerous fact about the present international situa-
tion is that four important countries now face elections. Thfc is
probably a greater temptation to the Soviet to strike than, all
other political considerations combined.
The countries facing major elections are: England, certain to
stage an election In the fall; France, due for general elections
this summer; Italy, which has Important municipal elections this
year; and of course the U.S.A., which Is already warming up. for
the great four-year political tug of war to see who wUl be-tha
next President of the United States.
Chief difficulty with elections Is their effect on international
relations. The British Labor Government, for instance, cannot
support our position regarding Communist China without getting
a deluge of criticism from a powerful and quite vocal seco$ or
voters. ia.-_-.- J Afl_L
* The Frenef> ftoverntfVatf cannot spend too much on its bud-
get for European rearmament without risking defeat at thejjblls.
Meanwhile in the United States the MacArthur debate, has
already become a political row, Closely United with the 195ifre-
ildntlal race.
Most Important of all, pending elections make it difficult for
the democracies to act in a hurry in case Moscow .should rf ova
or. one of the many potential war fronts.
All of which Is one reason why the year ltfl is such ajjru-
clal one when lt comes to the question of peace or war.
STRONG STATEMENTS
Sen. Wayne Morse's recent statement denouncing Geaeral
MacArthur, despite the fact that most of his fellow Republicans
take the opposite view, came after some Interesting probing of
UJ3. public opinion.
The Oregon Senator went up to normally Republican Minne-
sota a short time ago to address a midwest conference of young
Republican clubs. There he made some strong statements about
MacArthur.
"Our party," Morse told his fellow Republicans, "can snatch
defeat from the jaws of victory by fellowlng MacArthur and in-
volve the United States in ah all-out war with China without
allies.
"If we must fight to preserve our liberties," Morse continued,
"we should fight at the time and place selected by us, not by
the enemy.
"The other Issue," Morse said, "Is whether civilians or tha
military shall guide the destinies of our foreign policy. We can
look south to Argentina to see what happens when a military
dictatorship takes over."
Judging from the applause Senator Morse decided thatthere
considerable GOP support for his stand against MacArtmir.
was
(Copyright. 1951. bv The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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La Asamblea resuelve llamar a Ecibiades Arosemena a asumir el Poder
La Asamblea Nacional reunida en una abru-
madora mayora de miembros resolvi hoy a las dos
l de la tarde dirigir una nota a la Honorable Corte
Suprema de Justicia en la cual le expresa que el
Presidente de la Rpblica, doctor Arnulfo Arias,
ha violado la Constitucin Nacional, que el pueblo
ha expresado enfticamente su repudia a la dero-
gatoria de la misma y que se ha creado un estado
catico en el pas que no puede continuar.
Por consiguiente, declara la Asamblea "resol-
vemos acusar al doctor Arias Madrid, Presidente
de la Repblica, por su acto atentatorio en contra
de la Constitucin Nacional y por impedir a los
rganos del Estado reconocidos, ejercer sus funcio-
nes, acusacin que elevamos ante esa Honorable
Corte Suprema de Justicia" y solicita "asimismo,
que se decrete por ese organismo competente la de-
tencin inmediata del doctor Arnulfo Arias Madrid
! que inmediatamente se llame a ocupar la Presi-
dencia al seor Alcibades Arosemena, Primer Vi-
ce-Presidente para que asuma el Poder y pueda s-
te, de acuerdo con la Constitucin Nacional, encau-
zar el pas por el carril constitucional."
(Pan b la Pt-ma CtlimiM ">>
diariamente a las :*
Ac la tarde
DRAMA: AVBNA QUAKER
qua presenta:
EL HUO PERDIDO
Escribe: Vera Fontanella.
Con Augusto White
y Anojand Dias.
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AJO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P.. MIRCOLES, MATO t, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS-

PARO
EN LA CIUDAD
Se ordena en Colon el cierre |Es para provocar la renuncia
del Presidente Docto* A. Arias
de establecimientos excepto
las boticas y restaurantes
Son incluidas las oficinas pblicas nacionales, mu-
nicipales, autnomas o semi-autnomas
COLON, mayo 9. El Alcal-
de dal Distrito de Coln seor
Jos D. Bain, dict en la ma-
No llegaron hoy a
Panam ni Coln
trenes regulares
A partir de las 9 de la ma-
ana de ho> la Compaa del
Ferrocarril de Panam man-
tavo el serricio de trenes so-
lamente entre Balboa v Mt.
Hope, de acuerdo con infor-
mes oficiales transmitido en
Balboa Heights. Los trenes no
han llegado hoy a la ciudad
de Panam ni a la de Coln.
El serrlelo de recoleccin
de basaras en 1 ciudad de
Panam ha sido suspendido
hasta se nun da orden. Estas
funciones las desempea el
Departamento de Sanidad.
aa de hoy el Decreto No. 24
en el cual ordena el cierre de
las oficinas pblicas y estable-
cimientos comerciales, menos
aquellos de primera necesidad
como boticas, y restaurantes.
Coln, mayo 9
DECRETO No. 24 ,
Por el cual se adoptan me-
didas para conservar el orden
pblico, el Alcalde Municipal
del Distrito de Coln en uso de
sus facultades legales y
CONSIDERANDO
que el doctor Arnulfo Arlas
mediante decreto que la Corte
Suprema da Justicia ha decla-
rado que carece de validez Ju-
rdica, pretende derogar la
Cnostltucln Nacional y por
tanto ha causado una altera-
cin del orden; pblico.
Que la Asamblea Nacional
mediante resolucin ha dispues-
to que en virtud de tste acto
insconstitucional el doctor Ar-
nulfo Arias ha dejado de aer
(Pasa a la Pac Cal. ti
Establcese Comit Femenino
de distinguidas damas para
luchar pro la Constitucin
Las mujeres panameas aca-
ban de organizar un comit que
dirige sus actividades contra el
entronizamiento de la dictadu-
ra. Dicho comit lo constituyen:
Mujeres panameas:
Contina el estado catico, de
Comit de huelga
Bl Comit de Huelga ha que-
dada constituido de la si-
guiente manera:
Presiente: Dr. Felipe J- Es-
cobar lar. Vice-Presidente.
Carlos CalsadlUa ido. Vice-
presidente: Severino Partate
Sanx Secretarlo: Norbcrto
Navarro Sub-Secretario Doc-
Ur Jorge Morales. ____
angustia y desesperanza en que
Arnulfo Arlas ha arrojado al
pas. Carecemos de seguridad,
orden y libertad.
Mantengmonos firmes en
nuestra determinacin de de-
lender a toda costa la estabili-
dad de nuestros hogares, el por-
venir de nuestros hijos, la vida
de nuestros padres, esposos y
hermanos, las libertades ciuda-
danas.
Acudid al parque Lesseps hoy
a las 4 de la tarde para in-
sistir ante la Asamblea Nacio-
nal en que sean respetados
nuestros derechos de pueblo li-
bre y soberano.
Mujeres panameas: La Cons-
titucin de 1946 e* la vigen-
te! Para nosotros no existe nin-
guna otra Constitucin!
(Pasa a I* Pt Cal S>
Numerosa manifestacin que
tuvo lugar ayer tarde exigi
la renuncia del Dr. A. Arias
Hace un llamado
el Consejo Mpal.
de Coln al pas
RESOLUCIN No. IS
(de 8 de mayo de 1951)
El Consejo Municipal de Co-
ln,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que mediante un decreto de
Gabinete de fecha de ayer, el
pas se ha visto retrotrado i
un instrumento Jurdico abro-
gado en Mil. precisamente por
sus deficiencias de democracia
(Pasa a la pgina I. Col. 1)
Mas te ciiez mil personas des-
ilaion tn a tarde de ayer des-
s la piazu de Santa Ana oa
oojeto ce manifestar su pro-
testa cor i: a la derogatoria ?
la Constitucin de 1946 y de-
mandar!? al Comandante de
U rllela Nacional, Jos Anto-
nio Remi., que apayar el mo-
vi.nie.ito popular y le exigiera
ia renuncia al Dr. Arnuo
Arlas.
Tcdos los partidos polticos
oou excepcin del PRA, y. cla-
se soeia.es se encontrar tn
prestes en tste desfile que iW
d ia Polica Nacional a las sel;
(Pasa a la Pg Ca. 4)
Circulacin pairada ayer
24,700
Suspendense los
trminos en el
territorio Nal.
La Corte Suprema de Jus Licia
tcoUio esta maana suspender
los icimii.M Judiciales mientras
uuqje la piesente emergencia,
despucj de una reunin celebra-
se para tal efecto.
De acuerdo con la decisin
tomada por la Corte Suprema,
toos los tribunales de Justi-
cia la Repblica suspende-
rn asi n.i..mo los trminos Ju-
diciales, para llenar asi requi-
sitos de procedimiento y man-
tener una coordinacin general
cii los tribunales de Justicia de
toda ia Repblica.
En desacuerdo se
manifiesta el H.D.
Gustavo Arosemena
19 Honorable Diputado Gus-
tavo A. Arosemena B., nos en-
treg para su publicacin el si-
guiente escrito:
En las primeras horas de la
maana del dia de ayer dirigi
desde la ciudad de Penonom
el siguiente telegrama al Pre-
sidente del Directorio del Par-
tido Revolucionarlo Autntico.
Sr. Francisco J. Linares,
Panam.
' Por estar en desacuerdo con
los ltimos acontecimientos po-
lticos que han motivado la de-
rogatoria de la Constitucin de
1946, implantando la dictadu-
ra el Presidente Arias en nues-
tro pas, presento a usted Te-
nuncia como miembro del Par-
tido Revolucionario Autntico,
(fdoj Gustavo A. Arosemena B.
A mi llegada a esta ciudad
he ledo en la prensa el Ma-
nifiesto de Protesta y repudia-
cin que la mayora de mis
honorables colegas de la Asam-
blea Nacional, suscriben por tan
inslita como antipatritica me-
dida del rgano Ejecutivo y es-
tando en completo acuerdo con
su contenido me adhiera a di-
cho manifiesto.
Panam, mayo 9 de 1951.
Gustavo A. Arosemena B.,
Diputado a la Asamblea Nal.
Renuncia su cargo
el Ingeniero de
Construcciones
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente carta-renuncia..
Sr. Ing. Celso Carbonell
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Presente.
Seor Ministro:
Sirva la presente para pre-
sentar a Ud. formal renuncia
del cargo de Ingeniero Jefe de
Diseos y Construcciones del
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas.
La decisin tomada por el Sr.
Presidente de la Repblica al
derogar la Constitucin de 1948,
me hacen imposible seguir labo-
rando en pleno desacuerdo con
medida de tal naturaleza.
Durante todo el tiempo que
estuve al frente del Despacho
de Diseos y Construcciones, la-
El enorme y absoluto paro
de las actividades tiene
el respaldo de los partidos
Un gigantesco paro nacional que ha obligado
al cierre absoluto de casi todas las actividades de
la ciudad se encontraba en plena marcha al medio-
da de hoy, como culminacin de una campaa de
vastas proporciones para inducir al Presidente de
la Repblica, doctor Arnulfo Arifui, a fin de que
abandone el poder pblico que ejerce.
Bita enorme y total huelga de brazos cados
que tiene el respaldo de todos los partidos polticos
de la Repblica, con excepcin del Partido Revolu-
cionario Autnticoparte del cual tambin se ha
unido al movimientocomenz a gestarse en el cur-
so del da de ayer, cuando los Directorios de esas
agrupaciones hicieron un urgente y pattico llama-
do a fin de que mediante un paro general se pro-
vocase la renuncia del rgimen que jefatura el doc-
tor Arnufo Arias y ei mantenimiento de la Consti-
tucin Nacional d 1946, cuya derogatoria fue de-
clarada mediante un Decreto de Gabinete dictado
en la noche del lunes ltimo.
Los sucesos poltico de las ltimas horas han mantenido en
estado de intensa emocin a larepblica enteray en el ranada
las ltimas horas ha prevalecido un ambiente de intranquilidad
casi sin precedentes, como consecuencia de las encendidas elocu-
ciones de las diferentes emisoras locales, que han estado llamando
incesantemente a los de ano y otro bando, en plan de resistencia
a la violacin de la Constitucin.
Durante las horas da la noche de ayer y de la anana de
hoy millares de personas contrarias a la derogatoria de la Cons-
titucin Nacional, se mantuvieron reunidas en el Gimnasio Na-
cional y en el Parque de Santa Ana, mientras desfilaban aradores
por las tribunas improvisadas que hacan cargos vehementes con-
tra el rgimen. ,
Por otra parte, desde tempranas horas de la tarde de ayer
nmero considerable de ooparUdarios del doctor Arnulfo Arias
permaneci en el interior del Palacio Presidencial, distribuido en
los salones y los pasillos, eon el fin de acompaar al Jefe del
Estado en cualquier emergencia que pudiera presentarse.
EL PARO GENERAL
En la tarde de ayer la Asociacin Mdica Nacional decret on
paro general y en la maana de hoy prcticamente todos los
establecimientos comerciales dejaron de abrir sus puertas. Los
bancos extranjeros permanecieron cerrados y como a las dies de
la maana la Cata de Ahorros v el Banco Nacional tambin ce-
rraron, en atencin a la situacin de inquietud prevaleciente.
Los oanUdos almacenes de la Avenida Central comeniaron
a cerrar tambin sus puertas y a limpiar las vitrinas. Alrededor
de las anee de lamaana no haba un solo almacn, de ninguna
clase, abierto. El cierre de establecimientos inclua todas las tien-
das de venta de mercaderas, las refresqneras, salas cinematogr-
ficas, boticas, peluqueras, sapaterias, en fin, todo lo que significa
el movimiento comercial de la ciudad.
Algunos autobuses cataban funcionando en las primaras ho-
ras de la maana, al igual que determinadas lineas de las llama-
das "chivas", paro a las dies y media de la maana al conocerse
la decisin de las estaciones de gasolina de unirse a la huelga
general, so decret una total paralisacln de los medios de trans-
porte en la ciudad y hada las afueras.
Cou tal motivo largas caravanas de personas se vean cami-
nar por todas las calles de la ciudad y las arterias de las afueras.
Hombres, mujeres, ancianos, con nios en los brasas y de la ma-
no, desfilaban hacia sus respectivas residencias.
A las doce del dia las amas de casa trataban desesperad-
(Pasa a la Pe Col 7
La Asociacin de
Dentistas se une a
la huelga general
En el curso de la maana
de hoy se noi trajo para su
publicacin el siguiente resuel-
to:
La Asoe. Dental de Panama,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que el acto monstruosamen-
te antijurdico y antldemor-
tlco de Arnulfo Arlas de dero-
gar la constitucin de 1946 y
poner en vigencia la del 41,
obliga a todas las agrupacio-
nes y sociedades en general y
a los panameos en particular
(Pasa a la PAg. Col. Si
Don Flix Oller
renuncia cargo
de Intendente
11 seor Flta Ollar noa ha
traido copia de la siguiente
carta:
Panam, S de mayo de 1951
Sr. don Jos C. de obaldia,
Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia,
Presente.
Seor Ministro:
Por su conducto presento mi
renuncia del cargo de Inten-
dente de la Comarca de San
Blas.
A esta determinacin me o-
bllga la actitud antidemocrti-
ca asumida por el doctor Ar-
nulfo Arlas al derrogar la Cons-
titucin Nacional de 1946.
Cuando acept el cargo que
hoy dimito, abrigaba la espe-
ransa de que el doctor Arlas,
con la experiencia dolorosa de
sus aos en ostracismo y en
los rudos golpes sufridos, esta-
ra dispuesto a volver por los
Destrozada la estacin de
radio H.O.N.Z. por un grupo
de personas, esta maana
Como resultado de violentos choques varias personas
resultaron heridas por disparos y golpes de varilla
Un grupo de personas atac
esta maana a las 11 y 35, el
local de la estacin de radio
HONZ, "Ondas Istmeas", des-
troza n d o completamente los
transmisores y destruyendo
muebles y dems enseres. Como
resultado de este hecho resulta-
ron heridas numerosas perso-
nas por disparos y golpes reci-
bidos.
La Estacin de Radio, Ondas
Istmeas se encuentra ubicada
en la Avenida Central y Calle
J, y desde sus micrfonos se
transmitan esta maana bole-
tines y arengas polticas del
Partido Revolucionarlo Autn-
tico.
Desde las primeras horas de
la maana una Cadena de
Emisoras transmiti mensajes
llamando al pueblo paname-
o a una huelga general y dan-
do las ltimas noticias sobre
los acontecimientos que se su-
cedieron en la ciudad. La Radio
Continental que operaba como
emisora central da la cadena
da radio, fue varias veces cer-
cada por ageotea da, Ja Polica
Secreta Nacional, pero se afir-
ma que la presencia de Agen-
tes del Cuerpo de Polica ase-
;ur la transmisin de la re-
erlda cadena radial.
Es suspendido el
servicio de agua
en San Francisco
A las 19 de la maana to-
dos los residentes en la den-
samente poblada barriada de
San Francisco de la Cajeta se
vieron privada del esencial-
mente necesario servicio da
agua, debido a qae fue corta-
do el suministro de ea liqui-
do.
Algunas amas de casa tu-
vieron la oportunidad de re-
coger alguna agua para los
quehaceres domsticos 7 otra
afrontan la absoluta falta de
ella, oan las consiguientes di-
ficultades.
La Federacin Sindical de
Trabajadores dispone unirse
al paro general decretado
La mujer perder su derecho a
voto si se retorna a la de 1941
La mujer panamea perder su dereeho a vota para
elecciones Presidenciales si se deroga la Constitucin de
1Mb ya qae la Constitucin de 1941 no le concede ese dere-
cho. La mujer panamea ejerci derecho a vota por pri-
mera ves durante las elecciones de la Asamblea Constitu-
yente de 1MB y la Constitucin de 1946 le di, por primera
ves en la historia, los mismos derechos a vota que tienen
los hambrea. De derrogarse la Constitucin do 1MB la mu-
jer panamea na, tendr derecho al sufragio.
"Unin Liberar
apoya la huelga
que est en pie
RESOLUCIN No. 2
E| Comit Liberal Nacional da
Defensa, ahora "Unin Liberal'
CONSIDERANDO:
1Que el doctor Arnulfo A-
rlas Madrid, en asocio con sus
Ministros, ha declarado deroga-
da la Constitucin Nacional y
en vigencia la de 1941;
2Que ese proceder desorbi-
tado carente de base legal cons-
tituye declaratoria expresa de
que la dictadura ha sido Im-
plantada y en el futuro cons-
tituir la norma invariable a
seguir por el espurio mandata-
rio y sus colaboradores;
SQue este es un pas de
(Pasa a la Pgina I. Columna )
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente Resolucin:
El Consejo Federal de la Fe-
deracin Sindical de Trabaja-
dores de la Repblica de Pana-
m, reunido extraordinariamen-
te,
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que el Ooblerno Anti-
democrtico de Arnulfo Arlas
en forma violenta, arbitraria y
dictatorial ha derogado la Cons-
titucin Democrtica de 1946
imponiendo por la fuerza la
Constitucin fascista de 1941.
convirtindose de hecho en el
amo absoluto de los destinos de
la nacin panamea,
3o.Que el Gobierno de Ar-
nulfo Arlas se ha caracterizado
por la persecucin a dirigentes
obreros y a ciudadanos patrio-
(Paan a la Pag. s. Col. I)
Estn alterando en
Bolivia resultados
de las elecciones
LA PAZ, Mayo 9 (UP) El
candidato del Movimiento Na-
cional Revolucionario acus al
uobicmo del Presidente Manrer-
to Urrlolugoltia de haber aitc-
rao "por medios fraudalentos*
los re^ultcdos de las eleccio-
nes presidenciales.
Los ult'moa resultados oficia-
les indican que Estensaoro ob-
tuvo 44,707 votos, comparado
con 6C.991 de los otros cinco
candidatos, faltndole 8,143 vo-
(Pasa a la Pac. Cal. S>
El sacrificio de
retes se suspende
k
Loa empleados del Matadero
Zahrda decidieron al medio
lia de hoy declararse en huel-
ga, lo misma que los camio-
nes destinados al reparta de
las reses sacrificada, por lo
qae la ciudad no tendr ms
carne.
Junta de Oficiales visit
anoche al Presidente para
respaldar la Constitucin
Una Junta de Oficiales del
Cuerpo de la Polica Nacional
hizo una visita anoche al Pre-
sidente de la Repblica, doc-
tor Arnulfo Arlas, para ex-
presar el criterio de ese orga-
nismo de que deba mantenerse
en vigencia la Constitucin de
1940, que se declar derogada
por el Ooblerno Nacional me-
diante decreto dictado en la
noche del lunes.
La Junta estaba Integrada
por los Mayores Bartolom Ca-
rrion, Carlos Arosemena y el
Capitn Bolvar Urrutla, quie-
nes demoraron una hora y me-
dia en el desempeo de su de-
licada misin.
El Jefe del Estado expres
que no aceptaba el punto de
Pasa ii fi r rii i>
Prenden fuego a
las ruinas de
pueblo destruido
SAN SALVADOR. Mayo 9 i'JP
Las autoridades de sanidad,
en un intento de evitar cual-
quici peste, le prendieron fuego
a is ruinas en la poblacin ae
Jaacapa, una de las dos pj-
olaclones en el este del Sa.^a-
iut que sufrieron ms por el
| reciente trremoto que la cost
la v.u a ms de mil persones.
Se r.r. Informado que toioa
Pasa a la Far Cal 4)
Hasta ahora han resultado 80 heridos
A la. ana y quince minuto de ka tarde el total de heridos i fest el Director Mdica del Hospital Santo Tesns. Dr. Ernesto i Benito Padilla .. Telefere Agrasal, Ricardo Pinillo. Jos G. Me- i aere, y una larga fila de personas que esperaban turno par*
como consecuencia de loa desordenes ocurridos en esta ciudad en | Zubieta. T Lenidas OUvares, Dionisio Guevara, Victor Garcia, Alirie Car- donar sangre. ..,
las horas de la maana sumaban ochenta, dos de ellos de gra- I toree hoeoitaliadog sen las ierient.. an, .1 n, k (herido en la trauea) Tambin se puda observar ana gran cantidad de medieoa
vedad. En el dispensar). ,r esperaban nuevos cas*.. mmmml Vmn mudes con herida en an -i? E?n!lJ JL ri haaoital San.Trada ofreca esta maana an grandiose atendiendo lo. heridos en el dispensario y en laa sala, del hoe-
haba sida producida per varillase* e pedradas, segn nos man- Aristteles de Leon (de 13 aos, herida da gravedad en el vientre). I menos veinte enfermeras, en espera ae qae se es asignar..


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PanamaAmrtca
HAHMOOIO ARIAS. O.HiClOK
OITORA fANAMA AMERICA. . A.
meroNo j-074 :aeNTAi *aivo*> Mntie roTi n iS4
n MM MlisWBS situados in in ciudad, calli H. no. 17
DEBER SUPREMO DEL PATRIOTISMO
La grave situacin que ae ha planteado ante
el pas con motivo de los acontecimientos que se
iniciaron en la noche del Sbado, no obstante cier-
tos signos de confusin que presentan algunos as-
pecios del problema, ha quedado en su fondo plan-
tada con bastante realidad.
El Presidente de la Repblica, en unin de
iu Gabinete proclam la derogatoria casi total de
la Constitucin de 1946 y el retorno inmediato a
la Constitucin de 1941. Magistrados de la Corte
Suprema de Justicia, encargada de la guarda de la
Constitucin, procedieron luego a declarar su des-
conocimiento de ese acto y su reafirmacin de la
validez y vigencia de la Constitucin de 1946. Va-
rios partidos polticos, entidades cvicas y educati-
vas se han adherido en su repulsa hacia ese acto
del Gobierno y han llamado al pas a un paro c-
vico, cuya efectividad comenz a palparse en la
maana de hoy. Y por ltimo, los jefes de la fuer-
za pblica, a altas horas de la noche, informaron al
Jefe del Ejecutivo que no respaldaban ese acto de-
rogatorio de la Constitucin de 1946. El Jefe del
Estado replic que hoy procedera, previa consulta
con su Gabinete, a convocar un plebiscito a fin de
que el pueblo panameo expresara su voluntad res-
pecto al acto de derogatoria de la Constitucin de
1946.
En suma, pues, tenemos que uno de los pode-
res del Estado se ha pronunciado por el camino
del abandono del orden constitucional actualmente
vigente, en tanto que los otros rganos y los repre-
sentantes de los institutos armados se han negado
~~a darle efectividad a este abandono de la Consti-
tucin.
Se ha planteado, pues, una situacin de hecho
en el pas de muy serias proporciones que puede
desembocar en sucesos de trgica repercusin en
cuanto a la seguridad de vidas y haciendas. Los
nimos, como es natural, se encuentran exaltados
y, en tales circunstancias, es nuestro deber, nuestra
sagrada misin, recomendar a la ciudadana que,
sin renunciar a sus altos deberes cvicos, ie revis-
ta del ms elevado patriotismo a fin de que se evi-
tn tragedias de esas que sera muy doloroso lamen-
lar. Debe tenerse presente que,, a la hora de dolor
y del sacrificio, son casi siempre tos pobres, los pe-
queos, los sencillos hijos del pueblo tos que sufren
en carne viva las consecuencias del desenfreno y la
violencia. Y ello impone un deber superior a quie-
nes, en una forma u otra, se encuentran en posi-
ciones que pueden influenciar el curso de tos acon-
tecimientos, de apelar al ms alto patriotismo, al
mayor desprendimiento de ambiciones e intereses
personales, a fin de que, a pesar y por enana de
todo, prevalezca la salud de la patria y el prestigio
de su nombre._____________________________________
pes'.a mayor atencin se tor-
nara en dinero Invertido Infs-
closatuenle-
ri agricultor colonense nece-
sita buenas vas de transporte
tanto como las dems partea d>-!
Interior de la repblica y ayi>
dn-iole se ayudar en gran
parte a solventar la actual cr'-
sis.
K;->a por de mas decir que la
rnaviia de los centenares de
ra :,:ios de bananos que se.na-
r.almente van a los muelles .1;
Cristbal salen de estaa frtiles
y nlcn cultivadas reglones, cir-
culando asi miles de dlares que
dejan las compaas bananera
En psimo estado
se encuentra la
carretera Achiote
COLON. Mayo 7 i;r inte necesidad la debida ie-
paracin de la carretera de *-
chiotc. La Penosa situacin oe
esta carretera tiene sumidos n
la mayor angustia a los api-
cultores de este lugar
La carretera de Achiote, no
est siendo arreglada en deoma
formo ya que al pasarle la cu-
chU lo nico que se ha conoc-
guid" es hechar la escasa gra-a
que contena de las pendientes
del tarde de la misma, dejando
slo la tierra que con el caer
de 'a lluvia torna esta via com-
pletamente intransitable.
Ea de sentir la elevada suma
que mensualmente se paga po-
la reparation de esta carretel;
trabajo ste, al cual al no se 'e
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mejores orooramas
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AVISO DE LICITACIN
En visa de que ha sido declarada desierta la le i-
* racin celebrada el da 27 de Febrero de 1951 para la
X construccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional, se notifi-
co al pblico que hasta las 10 a.m. del da 18 de Mayo
se recibirn propuestas en pliego cerrado en el despacho
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas para la construccin de
dicha obra.
Las ltimas especificaciones y planos podrn obte-
nerse durante las horas hbiles, en la Seccin de Diseos
y Construcciones de este Ministerio, previo depsito de
B/200.00.
CELSO A. CARBON ELL,
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Panam, Abril 18 de 1951.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
Kb mu aeeien arranee cabida a tatas aquellas eartaa
ae e na* dirijan, Mkre tapia* de tateree general.
*eea femaatoi*
BL PRECIO DEL ARROZ
Panam, mayo 6 de 1951.
Sr. Director:
Con gran inters leemos siem-
pre sus artculos referentes al
alto costo de la vida y prin-
cipalmente al costo de los ar-
tculos comestible! de primera
necesidad, qua afectan tan a-
gudamente al pueblo y a nos-
otros, que somos los que esta-
mos ms en contacto directo
con la masa desafortunada del
pueblo, siendo a utas materlaa
que hemos dedicado gran par-
te de nuestras actividades en
los ltimos tiempos, por lo cual,
un editorial de ese Importan-
te diario, como al aparecido en
su edicin de ayer, nos obliga
nuestra atencin.
Sin embargo, deseamos hacer
algunas explicaciones con refe-
rencia a los conceptos emiti-
dos en su editorial, porque lo
consideramos necesario, ya que
no estamos en todo de acuerde
con ellos:
En el caso de la Importacin
de arroz no pensamos que el
Raneo Agropecuario ha obrado
mal. sino que mas bien, su ac-
titud ha sido la misma que
nosotros habamos recomenda-
do. Anteriormente, el Banco ai
era reaponsable del alza de pre-
cio que estaba sufriendo el a-
rroz y que pareca no tener
limite: ya algunos comerciantes
estaban contratando arroz por
cantidades de cien quintales al
alto precio de B.14.00 el quin-
tal, y esto se debia solamente
a que el Banco no haba com-
prado suficiente cantidad del
producto para mantener la es-
tabilidad de su precio, permi-
tiendo asi a muchos acapa-
radores que pudieran "aguan-
tar" el arroz para especular y
hacerlo subir injustificadamen-
te de precio. Creemos que el
productor mismo vendi el pro-
ducto que poda vender a au
debido tiempo, y que no ten-
dr nada que sufrir con las im-
portaciones del Banco, los pre-
cios ae mantienen a una al-
tura razonable, y al ellas tie-
nen todava pequeas cantida-
des para la venta, no les falta-
r comprador, o el mismo Ban-
co puede todava comprarles sin
que esos productores" tengan que
perjudicarse. Por otra parte, los
especuladores que estaban fra-
guando ganancias injustificadas
en perjuicio del pueblo, no po-
drn ahora esperar sino una
ganancia razonable por sus ac-
tividades, aunque en realidad lo
que merecan seria una buena
leccin.
En cuanto a la anarqua de
los precios, pensamos que no
es el Banco el autorizado para
controlar precios realmente fue-
ra de lo que puede resultar
de la regulacin en la ven-
ta a los minoristas, como en
el caso del arroz, es decir, que
ahora mismo, por ejemplo, si
el Banco no estuviera vendien-
do arroz como lo est hacien-
do, es posible que los minoris-
tas tendramoa que comprarlo
a 16 centavos, y ya entonces el
arroa seria un articulo de lu-
jo y no de primera necesidad
La Junta de Control de Pre-
cios, que es la autorizada para
este fin, aunque no de una
manera completamente compul-
siva, fij entre otros artculos,
el precio del arroz "de calidad
inferior" en 10 centavos la li-
bra para el consumidor. Ahora
resulta muy difcil fijar pre-
cio para cada calidad de arroz,
ya que sta depende del color,
del contenido de "churu", otras
semllllias y basuru que sea ne-
cesario quitarle, y hasta del
olor, y del capricho del con-
sumidor, de modo que parece
Justificado el que el Control
de Precios se limite a fijar el
precio del arroz de inferior ca-
lidad, y las otras calidades se
fijaran por la demanda, en-
tendiendo siempre que el pro-
ducto no escasee para que no
sea sta la causa de su mayor
precio: siempre que hay un
precio Uo mnimo y otros ms
altos, ya el consumidor sabe
busear el precio que ms le
acomoda.
No hemos querido defender al
Banco Agropecuario: nuestra
institucin no es afectada por
personas ni por poltica, y solo
miramos las acciones en si mis-
mas por el provecho que ellas
puedan acarrear a nuestra so-
ciedad y al pueblo, y as, ala-
baremos las acciones del Ban-
co o de cualquier otra insti-
tucin o persona, cuando crea-
mos que stas son favorables,
como las criticaremos en caso
contrario: "Al Csar lo que es
del Csar".
Ojal que el Banco Agro-
pecuario construya depsitos, de
manera cientfica, para alma-
cenar sin deterioro los artcu-
los de ms importante necesi-
dad para el consumo del pue-
blo, en cantidad suficiente, pa-
ra que sirva a la vez de regu-
lador de la produccin, aprove-
chando los periodos de las "va-
cas gordas", para aliviar los
periodos de las "vacas flacas",
y para evitar a la ve las es-
peculaciones que perjudican al
pueblo, aunque NO para con-
vertirse en competidor del co-
mercio.
Del seor Director, muy res-
petuosamente,
Presidente,
Juan M. de Gracia
Secretario,
Alejandro Vlllarreta
El Censo o Aquello de que Nadie Escapa
Por Aldor
El empadronador: Excusa que lo interrumpamos en su
cerle algunas preguntas... _^_^^_
trabajo, pero necesitamos ha-
Comentarios de Nchr ponen
en peligro la ayuda de los
Estados Unidos a la India
Per Un CerreepAsual Especia!
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Mayo (EPS)
Las declaraciones del primer
ministro Nehru en el sentido de
que la India no quiere que se le
pongan condiciones politices a
los envos de alimentos a aquel
pas, han hecho el efecto de
una pequea bomba lanzada
contra e] proyecto que dispone
que se ayude con trigo a la In-
dia.
Dicha declaracin lleg en
momentos en que los lderes de
la Cmara de Representantes,
instados por la Administracin,
se preparaban a discutir el pro-
yecto que setipula que se le
concedan a la India emprsti-
tos a largo plazos para comprar
en los Estados Unidos dos millo-
nes de toneladas de trigo.
John MacCormack, lder
de la mayora demcrata, hlzoi
saber Inmediatamente que sel
habia aplazado por el momento 1
el tomar accin al respecto yi
que se considerara en primer!
lugar otros proyectos sobre a- j
signaclonea.
En el Senado, el senador re-
publicano de Nueva Jersey, H.
Alexander Smith, principal aus-
plciador de la mldida senato-
rial de que se ayude.a la India
con embarques de trigo, exigi
que el Departamento de Estado
"explicase" Inmediatamente los
comentarios de Nehru.
Smith, un republicano desta-
rado y miembro del comit de
Relaciones Exteriores, asi como
uno del grupo bipartita de
treinta senadores que apoyan el
proyecto, dijo que le habla pe-
Atribyense, a sabotajes los
ftimoa accidentes navales
sufrido por Gran Bretaa
Por H. J. Sargint
(NANA)
LONDRES, mayo 9. (EPS.
El anuncio de que se ha deci-
dido volver a poner en servi-
cio activo dos portaaviones, on-
ce destructores y fragatas y
numerosos barreminas de la re-
serva ha despertado gran in-
ters en el publico britnico.
Este discute todava la cues-
tin del poder relativo de las
flotas aliadas en el Atlntico,
discusin que se inici al in-
formarse que el almirante nor-
teamericano William H. Fech-
teler seria el comandante su-
premo de las fuerzas navales
de la alianda atlntica.
La Gran Bretaa tiene una
considerable flota de reserva.
Sus portaaviones son casi to-
dos modernos. Hay muchos de
gran tamao, pero se indica
que probablemente sern selec-
cionados dos de apenas mil
ochocientas toneladas de des-
plazamiento, que pueden llevar
de cuarenta a cincuenta aero-
planos.
Estos barcos estn armados
con caones de 10.45 pulgadas
y ametralladoras antiareas.
Los destructores sern esco-
gidos igualmente entre los que
desplazan mil ochocientas to-
neladas y tienen una velocidad
de hasta cuarenta nudos por
hora.
Las fragatas, especialmente
equipadas para luchar contra
submarinos, pertenecen a la
clase "Hunt", llamada as por
llevar nombres de sitios tradi-
cionales de caza. Son buques
slidos, de mil cuatrocientas to-
neladas, que prestaron grandes
servicios durante la s.gunda
guerra mundial escoltando con-
voyes.
En ese tiempo estaban arma-
dos con pesados caones en
la proa, pero stos han sido
substituidos por otros ms li-
vianos, para mayor comodidad
en las maniobras. Ahora tienen
capacidad para lanzar cargas
contra los submarinos y tor-
pedos.
El anuncio en cuestin ha
renovado tambin la Inquietud
que reina por la frecuencia de
explosiones e Incidentes regis-
trados recientemente en barcos
nacionales, que se atribuyen a
sabotaje.
El caso del submarino Afray,
que se perdi en aguas de la
Isla Wight hace poco, perecien-
do todos sus tripulantes, se a-
chaca a una fatalidad. Pero
los otros accidentes han des-
pertado las sospechas de las au-
toridad.
Igualmente se tiende a cali-
ficar como un acto de sabo-
taje la explosin ocurrid la
semana pasada a bordo del bar-
co Bedenham, en Gibraltar.
El servicio naval britnico tie-
ne, por supuesto, una rama d>
Investigacin que est tratando
de sentar responsabilidades,
Eero hasta el momento no se
a hecho ningn arresto en
conexin con los hechos. El
Almirantazgo ha sealado qu
la ndole de los accidentes de-
muestra que sus autores tie-
nen bastantes conocimientos
tcnicos. En la mayora de loa
casos se han provocado explo-
siones que han causado consi-
derables daos en la maquina-
ria de los barcos.
dido a George C. McGhee, se-
cretario de Estado Auxiliar, ms
informes sobre el discurso de
Nehru.
Los senadores dijeron que
Nehru, en un discurso upronun-
ciado el martes, habia estado
en pugna con lo que se le habia
dicho al comit de Relaciones
Exteriores del senado, en una
reunin especial, sobre las obli-
gaciones que tendra la India si
se le conceda el trigo.
Se dice que el comit recibi
seguridades de que la India le-
vantara el embargo que pesa-
ba sobre la exportacin de are-
nas de monazita y acelerara
sus embarques de manganeso,
berilio y otros materiales es-
tratgicos a loa Estados Unidos.
Las arenas de monazita con-
tienen xidos metlicos usadas
en la fabricacin de aleaciones
de acero; contiene tambin to-
rio una de las sustancias fl-
sionables con las que uede pro-
ducirse la energa atmica.
esUpuft0 awV'le ega?e0, a" U
India un milln de toneladas cr,to en el concurso de refugios antiareos para familia. Su cons-
de trleo asTcomo oue m fc con- tnct0T d,ce ">ue P> s" instalado en el jardn, y que costar
ceda 'un prestito"pire* com- *" "ormlr seis personas en l confortablemente y 20
prar en los Estados Unidos otro, en una mergencia.
milln de toneladas, iba a ser
discutido la semana que viene.
No se hizo saber si se Iba a dis-
cutir o no dicho proyecto.
La medida del Senado pre-
senta una transacin a la que
se lleg siguiendo pautas suge-
ridas por el senador Theodore
F. Oreen, un destacado dem-
crata del comit de Relaciones
Exteriores, que visit la India
el invierno pasado.
Viajes al Exterior
Transporte por tire, mar y tierra a cualquier
parte del saande.
Acreditado Departamento de Viajes represen-
tando las principales lineas areas y de
vapores.
Obtenemos visas, permisos de salida y repe-
so y otros documentos de viaje sin costo eitra
para el cuente.
BOYD BROTHERS INC.
Calle V Ne. S Telfwee: I-Mee o t-1
Panama, R. a> P.
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..-.t.-
Destilado y Embotellado
en Escocia
Posiblemente el
Gral. MacArthur
declar otra vez
WASHINGTON, Mayo (USIS)
El General Douglas MacAr-
thur, ex-Comandante de los
Ejrcitos de las Naciones Uni-
das y de los Estados Unidos en
el Extremo Oriente, posiblemen-
I te sea llamado a exponer de
nuevo sus puntos de vistas en
; el Comit que efecta audien-
i cias en relacin con la poltica
de EE. UU. en aquella zona del
mundo.
El Senador Richard H. Russell,
demcrata, de Georgia, quien
i preside las audiencias que lle-
van acabo los comits combina-
; dos de Relaciones Exteriores y
Servicios Armados, dijo que
M a c A rthur "indudablemente"
ser llamado a declarar nueva -
' mente. Este grupo parlamenta-
l rio deber tomar declaraciones
I ahora a funcionarlos de la Ad-
ministracin, por lo que Mac-
Arthur posiblemente comparez-
ca a contestar las declaraciones
de ellos.
Russell dijo que consideraba
que las audiencias hasta ahora
han resultado de gran valor.
Considerando las diferencias de
opinin en el Comit de la C-
mara, dijo, las audiencias han
sido "un notable tributo al pro-
cedimiento democrtico."
Antea de regresar a Nueva
York despus de tres das en
los cuales declar durante un
total de 20 horas ante los comi-
! ts combinados, MacArthur ex-
pres su agradecimiento a Rus-
' sell por la Imparcialidad y equl-
I dad observada en el desarrollo
1 de las audiencias. Agreg que
; crea que no volvera a decla-
j rar.
Habr congreso de
obreros en julio
en Miln, Italia
NUEVA YORK, Mayo (USIS)
Veinticuatro dirigentes o-
breros de los Estados Unidos re-
presentarn a las dos Institu-
ciones ms importantes del tra-
bajo de este pas en el Segun-
do Congreso Mundial de la Con-
federacin Internacional de Sin-
dicatos Libres, la cual se Ini-
ciar en Miln, Italia, el 4 de
julio.
Funcionarlos de la CISL a-
nunciaron que una delegacin
de 12 miembros de la Federa-
cin Americana ir encabezada
por Mathew Woll, segundo vi-
cepresidente de la institucin.
El Congreso de Organizaciones
Industriales ha nombrado diez
delegados y dos suplentes, pre-
sididos por Jacon S. Potofsky,
Presidente del Comit Interna-
] clonal del CIO.
La Unin de Mineros, otro de
los grandes orcanizmos obre-
ros de los EE. UU. nombrar su
delegado en breve.
La CISL representa a cincuen-
ta y tres millones de obreros
slndlcallzados libres, y tiene se-
de en Bruselas.
En el Congreso de Miln se
tratarn tres puntos principa-
les, a saber
1. Los objetivos de los sin-
dicatos libres en la lucha con-
tra la amenaza totalitaria: _
2, La actuacin del trabajo
en la crisis Internacional;
S. Condicionas para el esta-
blecimiento y mantenimiento
de la paz mundial.
Llega a IslancHa ,
la infantera de
malina de E. U.
REYJAVIK, Islandla, mayo i
(UP>Quince aviones "Skymae-
ters" de la Fuerza Area del
Ejrcito de Estados Unidos ate-
rrizaron aqui antes del amane-
cer, trayendo los primeros sol-
dados de infantera norteameri-
canos que desde que termin la
segunda guerra mundial han si-
do destinados a defender esta
estratgico baluarte del Nor-
Atlntieo.
Grupos de soldados del Cuerpo
de Seales del Ejrcito de Esta-
dos Unidos, ainembargo, haban
permanecido en Islandla.
Los soldados norte-americanos
llegaron segn un nuevo acuer-
do firmado el sbado entre Es-
tados Unidos e Islandla, pais
que no tiene fuerzas propias. El
transporte areo de tropas fu
preparado durante varios me-
ses.
La fuerza est bajo el mando
del General de Brigada Edward
J. McGaw. quien hizo la selec-
cin de los soldados y dirigi
su adiestramiento desde el pa-
sado Noviembre.
Al comenzar la segunda gue-
rra mundial fueron enviadas a
Islandla tropas de Estados Uni-
dos y Gran Bretaa. A las tro-
pas norte-americanas enviadas
ahora se les ha encomendado
una tarea similar.
El mando de McGaw queda
bajo la juridiccin del Almiran-
te William Pi. Fletehteler, Co-
mandante del grupo regional del
pacto del Nor-Atantico v de la
flota del Atlntico de Estados
Unidos.
El nuevo acuerdo firmado el
sbado estipula que Islandla da-
r facilidades a las fuerzas de
Estados Unidos. Empero, Islan-
dla se reserva el derecho de li-
mitar el nmero de soldados
norte-americanos que integran
la guarnicin de Islandla.


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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTB
PAGINA TRO
'
Por medios econmicos se puede
realizar la unidad continental
HUEVA YORK, Mayo S (Ex-
|* port News Service) La mil*
t'.ad del Hemisferio Occidental
w -puede realizar ms fcilmen-
te por medios econmico, en
rea de los procedimientos CStplc-
n a lieos.
Esto fu piobado en la re-
ante conferencia de Cantine-
ros en Washington, declaro es-
ta semana en el Waldorf A.sto-
r!a Carlos Ons Cotelo, secreta-
r rio general permanente del
L Consejo y Produccin Inter-a-
meilcano.
Ons, un prominente abogado
y. economista, renunci recien-
temente a su puesto de jefe de
oficina del Departamento de A-
irlcultuia de Montevideo, Uru-
guay, para asumir su presante
posicin con sede en Mon.evl-
dto. Segn Ons, la conferencia
fue acribillada con confll-.tos
desde su comienzo.
Los Estados Unidos se en-
cuentran frente a una err.rr-
gtncla de guerra, y aparertc-
mente estn interesados solo en
acuerdos que les aseguren am-
plios abastecimientos de mat-
rteles de defensa" dijo On*.
'Xa Americas del Sur y Cen-
ttal tambin estaban Interesa-
das en asegurar que su partici-
pacin en la defensa del Henrf-
fcrlo Occidental no hara es-
tropicios con su economa in-
terna como sucedi en la Que-
rva Mundial H".
Ons hizo ver que las 16 re-
soluciones de carcter econmi-
ca na a conferencia, fueron e-
dcvtadas por unanimidad El
Uljo (ic esto haba probado que
Pilos dos puntos de vista en
conflicto haban sido reconcilia-
dos.
uno de los sucesos sobresa-
lientes del Consejo nter-Ameri-
cano en la conferencia, fu la
hub'llldad de juntar a los hom-
brea de negocios de las 21 Ue-
ujileas Americanas y del Ca-
nad para que discutieran sus
mutuos problemas.
Ms de mil personas mueren
y nueve poblaciones quedan
destruidas en El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, mayo B.
(UP) El Gobierno informe
que ins de mil personas har.
muerto y dos villas V nueve
poblados del Este de El Sal-
vador han quedado destruidos
como resultado del terremoto.
El Ministerio de Defensa a-
nuncl que mil personas pe-
recieron en la villa de Jucuapa,
situada a 144 kilmetros al Es-
te de San Salvador, pero que
no cuenta con las cifras sobre
el nmero de vctimas de otros
sitios.
Centenares de personas hu-
yeron de las villas y aldeas
reducidas a escombros para
guarecerse en las aonas rura-
les vecinas. La alarma de los
sobrevivientes aument al or
ios estruendos del volcn Cha-
parrastlque.
Grupos de salvamento del
Gobierno y de la Cruz Roja lle-
Itv varn alimentos, ropa y medi-
cinas a las zonas devastadas,
viajando en camiones, ambu-
lancias y "Jeeps" y se envia-
ron soldados para mantener el
orden.
Se ha decretado la ley mar-
cial en l Este de El Salva-
dor. Las escuadras de rescate
continuaron excavando r> las
ruinas y escombros buscando
loa cuerpos de otras victimas,
Las agencias del Gobierno es-
tn suministrando transporte a
laa personas que se han que-
dado sin hogar para que se
treslitthi, a otros pueblos.
El Presidente Osear Osorlo
visit las reas afectadas ayer,
en compaa del Arzobispo Cha-
vea y Gonzlez, encontrando a
Jlucuapa totalmente abando-
nada.
Tambin se ha informado que
las poblaciones de Usulutn,
f EN CORAZN.Este naevo es-
tilo ha sido creado por les espe-
cialistas de Max Factor. Les co-
razones estn pintad* can U-
Els labial y constituyen un a-
orno. Haga la prueba!
tntete con LySOLt
lOaSJeaea lot tuyott Cada ve
m lave les pian, agregue LYSOL
si agua. Ponga 24 cucharadas
*e LYtOL asi cada 5 litros de agua.
TWOL m oonoanrrado.
* aceta jabonosa.
rfaracta I limpia al
otteaao daaapo, y
i lo aakrabtos.
Santa Elena. Berln, El l.iun-
.o, Nueva Guadalupe. Buena-
ventura, Mercedes, umaa
Santiago de Mara han sufri-
do daos.
Un gran nmero de personas
creci en un cine d Jucuapa,
el cual se encontraba atestado
cuando ocurri el terremoto.
Contina en Pars
estudio sobre la
gran conferencia
PARIS, Mayo (USI8) Los
delegados de los ministros de
relaciones exteriores de los Es-
tados Unidos, Gran Bretaa,
Francia y la Unin Sovitica
Iniciaron hoy su dcima semana
de negociaciones con la mira
de preparar un temarlo apro-
piado para una posible confe-
rencia de cancilleres.
Los delegados tienen en estu-
dio Ires proyectos de temarlo
presentados por EE. UU. Fran-
cia y Gran Bretaa, cualquiera
de los cuales podra ser la ba-
se de la agenda de la reunin de
ministros de relaciones exterio-
res.
El delegado sovitico Andrei
Gromyko ha declarado que l
est listo a accepter el primer
proyecto de temarlo de las tres
potencias aliadas, pero slo si
es "modificado" incluyendo en
texto sovitico en lo referente
a la cuestin de armamentos.
Gromyko insiste en que la re-
duccin de armamentos sea dis-
cutida antes de examinar el ni-
vel de los nuevos armamentos.
Los otros tres delegados sostie-
nen que debe determinarse el
nivel de los armamentos antes
de que pueda placearse una re-
duccin de los mismos.
Terminan ira por
E. U. periodistas
de varios pases
WASHINGTON, Mayo 8 -
(UI3) Treinta y tres edito-
res de peridicos de 14 paires
declaran que han obtenido In-
formacin de primera mano a-
cerca de "como los americanos
irabajan y viven en libertad
bajo un sistema de empresa de-
mocrtico y libre".
Los periodistas, quienes sa-
liti>a en avin desde Washing-
ton hacia sus respectivos pa.ses
en Asia, Africa y Europa, ter-
minaron una jira de dos sema-
nas poi este pas al hacer uv.i.
visita al Secretario de Estafe
D.-an Ac'neaon, y expresaron 'su
nonda gratitud'' por las corte-
sas y hospitalidad de que f:e-
:on objeto durante su visita.
Los periodistas visitantes ca-
saron su ultimo dia en los Es-
tados Unidos recorriendo sitios
de inicies en el Estado de W-
ginia, entre ellos Mount Vernon.
iicai de Jorge Washington, y
1 Cementerio Nacional de Ar-
ilnlou, donde se hallan sepv.l-
ados algunos de los grande-,
heroes americanos.
En el curso del dia fue'on
huspedes en una recepcin ca-
Ja en su honor por el Club Na-
cional da la Prensa. El jueves
.ueron recibidos por el Prcsi-
tnte Truman en la Csj
Mano.
Nuevos controles
para usar acero
en los carros
WASHINGTON. Mayo
iOoIS) El uso del acero pa-
ra la construccin de edlfi ios
y la fabricacin de automviles
v.n ios Estados Unidos ha sido
restringido segn nuevas supo-
siciones de la Autoridad Nacio-
nal de la produccin.
Las nuevas restricciones ion
necesarias, dijo el Director
Manly Fleischmann, debido i 1
"apernlante necesidad de ate*
ro en nuestros programas de
(censa y apoyo de la defensa
y a las necesidades esenciales
fio los civiles n otros ramos co-
mo escuelas y hospitales"
La mencionada depender. I.i
orden el viernes una reduccin
ocl cinco por ciento en el acero
destinado a la fabricacin automviles para pasajeros i-
lia reduccin del cinco por cien
ve deber efectuarse el lo. de
Julio.
En la orden referente a edifl-
tlrto, el Gobierno he decreUdo
que la construccin de cualquier
casa de apartamentos de ms
da tres pisos y cualquier ren-
uencia privada con un costo de
rnu de 35,000 asi como los pro-
yectos de edificios pblicos y
privados en que deba utilizarse
ms de 25 toneladas de a.ero
ii.-bern ser autorizadas prime-
ro por la Autoridad Nacional
Uc Produccin.
*ed Panamericana
tiene los
helores oroorcmas
K*.**-*^
ty&AiWQ
<&w.ofo-
kPOUQ
I buenas razonas porqu
le gustar la Sopa da Pollo
El sabrossimo gusto a
pollo ae aprecia con cada
cucharada de la deliciosa
Sopa da Pollo Campbel la.
Esta riqusima sopa la pre-
para Campbell's cocinan-
do a fuego lento jugoeoe y
tiernos pollos que dejan
un caldo dorado muy ape-
titoso. A este caldo se
aade error blanco fin-
simo y irosos de pollo tan
tiernos que se deshacen en
la boca.
SOPA DI POLLO con Arm
CHICKEN 3? SOUP
coaemm.
\ Bsju uua u masar* mu v sumo
La "Economic Cooperation Administration" otorg esta
emana a la Remington Rand, Inc. un Certificado de Coope-
racin, el cual elogia a la compaa por "suministrar ayuda
Monica a la gente de los Pases del Plan Marshall y ayudar-
los a mantener la libertad individual, las instituciones libres.
y la pas." Durante los ltimos anos la compaa ha sido
husped de "grupos de production" de varias Naciones Euro-
peas que han Invitado los Estados Unidos para estudiar las
mquinas v sistemas comerciales modernos, de los cuales la
compaa es una precursora. Se muestra recibiendo el pre-
mio a Marcel Rand, Vice Presidente de la compaa (derecha)
de manos del Alcalde Stamford, Connecticut George T. Bar-
ret, quien hir.o la presentacin a nombre de William %,. roster,
Administrador de la ECA. _______.^^______
Es primordial la equitativa
distribucin de materias
Truman hace advertencia al
pas sobre la posibilidad
de librar una guerra atmica
"Los rusos tienen aviones que pueden dejar caer
sus bombas sobre nuestras ciudades"
WASHINGTON. Mayo S
US1S) El creciente abaste-
cimiento de materias primas
ciitlcas y la distribucin equita-
tiva Je ellos entre las naciones
figuran entre los aspectos l.n-
yoilanies de la politice econ-
mica de los Estados Unidos, se-
gn expresa Wllllard L Thorp,
Secretarlo de Estado Auxl'lar
^ara los Asuntos Econmicos/
Thorp habl en una confe-
rencia nacional sobre poltica
terna de los Estados Unidos,
celebrada bajo Jos auspicios del
Departamento de Estado. Re-
picsentantes de la agricultura,
ti obrerismo, los negocios, la
mujer, las instituciones religio-
sas, educativas, profesionales y
de veteranos participaron en
as sesiones cuyo objeto fu In-
tercambiar puntos de vista en-
tre las organizaciones y los an-
cionarios del Departamento.
Al referirse a la accin de los
Litados Unidos con respecto al
azufre y el algodn, dos art-
culos sobre los cuales hay en
este pas control considerable,
Thorp dijo:
"Hemos establecido controles
de exportacin para la asigna-
cin entre los pases, de ma-
nera que la exportacin ameri-
cana sea equitativamente distri-
buida y cada pas extranjero
tenga su parte".
Thorp hizo hincapi en la im-
portancia de la conferencia in-
ternacional sobre materias pri-
mas. Se espera que el comltc de
a conferencia, reunido act ai-
mente en Washington haga re-
comendaciones sobre el aumen-
to de la produccin de la dis-
tribucin de varios artculos
crticos, dijo Thorp.
Por fin
pide hacer i un lado
los laxantes fuertes!
"Hace dos anos le el enuncio de
ustedes del All Bran y segu sus
contejos. No he vuelto a tomar,
dude entonces, una
sola pildora o medi-
cina. All-Bran me
regulariz perfecta-
mente'*. Esto escribe
voluntariamente el
Sr. Frank J. Baum-
butch, 581 Latbrop
St.. Columbus. 0. A usted le puede
ocurrir lo mismo si tu estreimien-
to se debe a falta de volumen. To-
sas una onza del sabroso All Bran
eada dia y agua en abundancia.
Pronto te sentir otro. Y. adems.
AJ Bran lo nutrir, porque es ubi
alimento, no una medicina._____
WASHINGTON, mayo-9. (UP)
El Presidente Truman d: n
tu un discurso que "Estados
l-mdos caera en una trampa
bovitica 1 sta nacin exten-
der la guerra en el Asia n-
rlcutal. en perjuicio y debiu.a-
nnento de sus relaciones con
US aliados en Europa".
Areg Truman: "Eso sc'a
uua Ucmenda victoria para la
Kusla Sovitica. No tenemos in-
tencin de caer en esa "tri i-
pj. No tengo yo intencin de
u-jar a sta nacin sin aliados
ante el peligro sovitico".
Sus comentarlas fueron una
contestacin a la proposition
trl General Douglas MacArthur
uc que sta nacin debe actual
"ola" en el Asia oriental si es
necesario Truman no mencion
a MacArthur por nombre.
El texto parcial del discurso
oc Truman sigue a continua-
cin:
"Estamos en medio de un
ran debate sobre la politic
extranjera. Muchos ciudadanos
estn observando ste debate
como si fuera una lucha nal
de polilica local. Pero las' co.s
por la que estamos luchando
on mucho ms Importantes r.ue
los esultados de una eleccin",
'Lo que est en discuctu 'n
s'e debate puede ser una gue-
;ra atmica Porque hubo u"B
txpiosln atmica n la Unlcn
Sovitica en 1949 hemos de ac-
tuar asumiendo que ellos tie-
nen bombas atmicas".
"Los Rusos tienen aviones que
puede dejar caer sus bombas
..tomicas obre nuestras ciuda-
des. La mejor defensa contra
el bombardeo atmico es pro-
venir otra guerra mundial y al-
canzar una verdadera paz".
"Nuestra o p o r t unidad de
mantener la paa mundial y al
..ismo tiempo mantenerlos ll-
ores, es que aquellas naciones
que creen la libertad se man-
tengan Junta y aumenten su
podero, tambin Juntas. Esto
ca lo que llamamos seguridad
colectiva".
'liemos estado tratando de
lograrla desde que se termin
i* uitlma guerra, y creo que '.if-
:.ins hecho grandes progresos.
La agresin comunista en Co-
ica es parle de la estrategia
mundial del Kremlin para des-
ttuir la libertad. Ha mostrado
a los hombres de todo el mundo
!ue el Imperialismo comunista
puede descargar el golpe donde
^uicra en cualquier momento".
"La firme resistencia de las
Naciones Unidas en Corea "he
uc tenido el avance del Impe-
rialismo comunista a travs ce
toda Asia,' La lucha en Corel
es larga y ementa. Pero pode-
mos vencer nuestra poltica
no sido Ideada para obtener la
victoria".
"Los Oobernantes, chinos es-
lan perdiendo un gran nmero
Je soldados A medida que s-
.is prdidas aumenten, com-
piender me pr que la tctica
'' agresin no rinde beneficies.
Podran obtener la pas cuau.lc
cesen la agresin. Mientras tan-
ta, el podero de las naciones
li'jies est aumentando".
"El Plan sovitico de conq^is-
. mundial se est li.icic.de
:n*a y ms Imposible de rea-
lizarlo. Si persistimos en nu.:s-
Ma lucha y castigamos a 1a>
ugresores terminaremos la a-
.eain en Corea y volveren os
a tener paa".
"e nos ha exhortado a to-
.r.ar medidas, que de seguira?,
e-tendeiia la lucha en el Ex-
tremo Crente. Be nos ha dicho
cuC stas medidas terminarmn
el conflicto rpidamente y que
salvaran las vidas de nue^tius
acidados".
"El mejor consejo que yo he
podido conseguir y que es el
mejor consejo militar colecti-
vo 4ue existe en la nacin, is
,iue ste curso de accin no mu
l'.evana a la solucin rpida y
lcll del conflicto coreano.
"Seculr sas medidas puid*
muy bien conducirnos a una
guerra msyor y iris larga. 1*1
uerra no reer'tlKa nuestra.
uajas en el Lr'rno OrienSa, si-
no iiue las aumentara enorrfe-
mente. Tal guerra expondra a
nuestros soldados a ataques
devastadores por aire y con
submarinos- Pondria en peligro
al -Tapn y las Islas Filipina--,
y unir a todos los Chinos ba-
jo el rgimen de Gobernantes
comunistas".
"Ms an. comnllcarnos en
una guerra en la China sin tu-
rnar en consideracin los re-
sultados alli. tendria consecuen-
cia militares graves en Euro-
pa. Nada causara mayor satis-
faccin al Kremlin que vernoi
empeados en una lucha to-
Ul en el Asia dejando a Europa
expuesta a los ejrcitos sovi-
ticos.
"An ms, hay otros peligros.
Ki Kremlin est tratando y lo
ha estado haciendo por mueho
tiempo, de crear una divisin en
tro nosotros y los pases llbrs.
Desean vernos aislados. El
Kicmiin desea que nuestros h-
iidos nos teman y no odien".
".vuestros aliados estn de a-
cuerdo con nosotros sobre el
curso que estamos siguiendo. No
creen ellos que debamos tomar
la iniciativa para exteneder el
c.-nllicto al Lejano Oriente. t.i
Estelos Unld03 fuera a exten-
der el conflicto podramos .njy
jlen vernos obligados a cami-
nar solos".
Estamos Interesados en oo^
liner la victoria, y sta es a
paz dentro de la ley. Para al-
canzar sta hemos de luc/iar
junios firme y paciente No pe,
uemos permitir ser desviados
uc nuestro camino".
Ei problema real es si i.o
fcia.-icenemos solos o si nos man-
xnemos Juntos y trabajando
con otros pueblos libres del
mundo.
Confio en que el pueblo n:if-
tcamrlcano no se dejar aras*
aar por la Impaciencia o el de-
rrotismo. Estoy 'egvro v
: i.estro valor y sabidura estila
a :a altura de la eran prueba
or la cual estamos pasando .
Tome fo
V as una bebida delirio**
V no contiena estimulantes
V ayuda a conciliai el auafio
V ae prepara en la miama taza
V con agua o leche calienta
Cmate rOSTUM hoy
mitmaya'uaololl
Codo delicioM
Potrillo VW
medkbMla
ooroontod*
12 o 15 minutos
tCrtMBOnnET^I
Lftinta AVENIDA
estn desempacando
VESTIDOS DE ALGODN
Colores claros. Tallas 9 a 18.
Especial... 10.95
VESTIWTOS PARA NIAS
En colores claros.
Tallas 1 hasta 12.
Especial. .2.05 5.05
CAMISAS POLO BOTONES
Blancas, rosadas, aqua.
Pequeas, medianas y grandes.
Especial... t.75
CAMISA POLO CMICA
Para seoras y nias.
Pequea, mediana y grande
Especial.. .1.65
ZAPATOS a 10.95
Blanco y rojo, blanco
y azul, negro charol.
Tallas 4 al 81,
BLUSAS CON ENCAJES
Blanco, rosa. aqua.
Tallas 32 a 38.
Especial. ..3.50
CREMA MEDICADA... 1.10
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
Quita barrillos y erupciones
COMPRE AHORA
01 UNTA AVENIDA
PASTILLAS UirK
I l'AflA IA OS f IWI
HOY a las 8:30 p.m
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programa Continental
con las Famosa*
Hnas. CAPRINO
i!!.* RAUL LAVISTA
y la actuacin del celebrado
TRIO CALABERAS
...iDAO p-.t - >'R00UCTG> D CtllDJO
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO!
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PAI.INA Cl AIRO
11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO WDEFENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MATO 9, 1951


Grandes
la
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
f\eaaccion ^Jocial
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA

Telfono S-318C
HOKAS: :W a 10:00 a.m.
t
Apartado 134
le
Punaud visitando a sus hijea.
Para asftMJar a un grupo deiscuor Luisi Marlanl y aeora
sus amUttdes, la Sra. Mana AUc de Maiianl, embarca rum-
fiutti A. de Urlbc, ofrece hoy bo a Boston.
Ul, ic en su residencia. | --------
,_____ Uaudxo
Cambio de residencia Con t nombre de Elvira de:
j E i Embajador de Co..at I-J.'ilic.: lee bautizada ayer, en
Mica ':;i.so Guzman y Sin i la Icol* de Cristo Rey, la pri-
.01 i Cbi-.ez de Guzman, han i ...usenia del Dr. Manuel M?.i-
scio su residencia en la fia titea . y S:a- Elvira L. de M.n-
Eepa;. K& 93 en La Cresia, en ucS. Fue-on sus padrinos
Gui-.Jc -i-~ ponen a las rdenes
de '.oo umialades.
Ca. Sa:i M. de Arce y el
L'iuraoclo Arlas. Formulares
VolW per !a elieldad de la au*>
,a cristiana.
De M airo
Pioc.-.tamos un cordial saiu-
du (ic bicr.\cnlda a la Sra. Mt- | Cumpleaos de hoy
ra Olimpia de Obakiia. quien
regiese cyci de Mxico por la
\;c area
Pata ios Estados l nidos
Despedimos a la Sra. Alacc- F.
K Eticly. iiulen despus de r.t-
u pasado una temporada Sil
Sra. Martina D. de Navarro
Sra. L-.'-ia Boyd
Si ta. Yolanda Vaccaro
ior P usarlo Porras Jr-
Seor loaqu J. Vallarlno
NiAo Julio Ernesto Arias Za-
bida
I
t unijii a is de maana
Lra. Ester N. de Preciado
Sra. Zlta M. de Salvatorc
ora. E!- ita L. de Mndez
Sra. Lupita C. de Lewis
Si a. Rootmary P de de la
v>uaiia
Ur. Msnuel Ferrer
Seor Pito E. Panlza
trino Pobcrto E. Arias Jr
NiUO Sclolfo Chiarl Benede'.M
Nio Ei.rlque Alberto Thayer
G alien
..Triduo en la Iglesia de U
Merced
Durante los das mlrco.es,
jueves y viernes, tendr lugar
en \z Iglesia de la Merced, a
las o p ni. un Triduo a San Pw.\"
celo, que terminar ron una
miM e. tobado a las 6.30 am
Se- .i'. it \ por este medio a lo-
dos Oo devotos de San Pan:ra-
ciu y a los eatlicos en genersT-
causa
Todos los aviones de E.U.
fueron lanzados contra unos
cien de retro-propulsin
aviacin aliada
"El Nido Ajeno
hoy en el Nacional
TOiilC, Mayo 9 (UP) Cien-
toa O.C soldados comunistas mu-
rieron tajo el diluvio de bom-
bas, baius y Jalea de gasoli..a.
La Fuerza Area atac en Co-
ica ccl Nolle mientras las ..ro-
pas de tierra obligaron a los
comunistas retirarse al Para'.'!
lu 3 a norte de ste a tod-'
lo largo del frente de batalla.
Liia rojos cedieron sin pelear
a mayor parte del terreno que
les coci -Tanto trabajo conse-
uir. E Octavo Ejrcito avan-
zj a p-irivcs hasta 20 millas al
nolle da 8tl y a unas 10 millas
dei Paralelo 38.
Un comunicado del Octavo
Ejrcito anunci avances haata
de tr3 .uillas al nor-oeste de
6cl en ti da de hoy. Se d.lo
que un batalln de las re.i-
uaidiuj comunistas romplerm
untado y se retiraron al norto
Ocspuj ce una breve escarr.-
.ii./a- Otras fuerzas de las rc-
laguariiia comunistas fue on
dispensadas al norte de Sel.
A touo lo largo desde Chun-
ehon en el frente central a ia
coila oriental, otras fuerzas :.-
liaeias han estado operando en
el Trale!; o a traves de ste
media dramtica estrenada
Un despacho del frente di;; '">'
que ia:> trepas surcoreanas al
ot,sle de Luje cortaron una im-
portante carretera de abaste i-
r/iiento comunista y lograr ,n
hacer otro cruce del Paral .-.o
oS sin oposicin,
TOKIO, Mayo 9 (UP) -- To
dos loo ;.v iones norteamerica-
nos disponibles fueron lanzados
contra unos 100 aviones de re-
u-opiopulsin comunistas, los
cuaies ce encontraban en cam-
po secreto en Corea del Nor',*,
eeica del frente de batalla.
El formidable ataque areo
uc anz*bO para acabar con la
mayor :..nc naza a la suprema-
ca ai-:-.:. de los aliados.
.a tras olas hasta de 20 a-
. .un ele bombardeos livianos
calieron de sus bases en Corea
y apon para atacar a los a-
vion. s comunistas con proyecti-
les cohetes, balas y bombas de
asol.ia. Un aviador aliado
ocscriJ el ataque como "una
niaoacre".
u)s aviadores aliados dejaren
ul campo secreto enemigo con-
vellido en un Infierno en
llama*.
[Magazine de Hollywood
I a REINA DE COLON Y SUS DAMAS. Cinco bellas damltas de la ciudad de Coln darn
realce a las festividades relacionadas con la gran feria que se celebrara en breve.' D "
uterua a derecha I. Reina Gioconda I, las damas Nancy Saeco, Margar.ta Barcenas, ""'"i
Rodri/ue* v Thelma Castillo. La Reina Gioconda Primera sera coronada en imponente cere-
monia el prximo sbado. '
Es dispersado en Pamplona un mitin
PAMPLONA. Mayo 9 iUP> -
Cu oo.cra icsult muerto y d u
.etio de gravedad por bai^s
perdida cuando la Polica dli-
paio ui olrc en un esfuerzo pot
ispei'si'.r una batalla entre *>
jitos ocvriida durante la u}'-
(a co.- ti alio costo de la v;ua.
Loto? fueron los primeros dir-
OUOo hechos durante los pre--
ienics dUlurbios, a pesar ce
4^sipdet0 publicados en el tx-
t.aiijei'i de que la Po(lcia l.:vo
:,-e nacer uso de sus revlveres
jCI.
Un umeio de obremos fueron
tratado: en las estaciones e
xinti.::- uuxilios aye, despje3
'i ia Po?icia hizo uso de eac!:i-
,)iyi..< pura dispersar una ma.ii-
lealacion.
RADIOS
R.CA.
LA POSTAL
Central 68
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
ntejores programas
EL CLUB DE GOLF DE PANAMA, S. A.
ANUNCIA
que el t y juegos de cartas q%e se Tenan sirviendo
los jueves de cada semana, se servirn los martes
a partir del 15 de Mayo.
I
AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
paraUd. tambin1.
Deliciosas y fortificantes
H0JUEIAS DE AVENA 3-M1NUT0S
En todo el mundo lot nio prefieren les
Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y tari.
Luego srvase nutJ tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio, cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuc, que (amo estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la famiba un
plato de Hojuela He Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno
Ejecucin en masa
de Nacionalistas
realzanse en China
HONG XONO, Mayo 9 (UP'
c ha sabido que un escuo-
ciion de fusilamiento masacra
a istia "contra-revoluclonarlvW".
e lre; ueopuertos en las afue-
ras ele Shanghai hace diez das.
en ia ejecucin en masa ins
giandc ordenada por el rgimen
ele Mao 7c Tung.
Peridicos de Shanghai que
nan Iliaco a Hong Kong dicen
que a victimas fueron pueiu
Sil fila y muertas a tiros slo
U'cs da*, despus de haber sido
aitcjUdas por la Polica Sec.ela
Los peridicos tambin dicen
que el Comisionado de Polica
Wns Fan, pidi disculpas al
^aoiico p->i cualquier mole&t'a
lausaclo re el ruido de los du>-
pares a tari tempranas nois
ele la rr.af.ana.
RESULTO VENCEDOR
Uan de jas peleas que aparc-
cc cu le jclcula de J. Arthur
iiank "Crcel Sin Rejas", qua
ioUiJuye Universal Internatio-
nal, ocusiuii una verdadera
cuinlc^ra entre el reparto de
aelcres que encabe/un Rlchau
Attciiborougli, Dirk Bogardc y
Jimmy Hanlejr.
fcl objetivo que se persegua
e:-a darle una paliza a Dir.
Ln la prctica, sin embargo.
Dale quedo sepultado bajo la
masa combatiente de los res-
tuntea actores y los unices da-
os que sufri fueron ligeras
raspaduras en las rodillas, flhu
atacantes por el contrario re-
cibiere, la.-- siguientes lesiones;
Richard Attenborough, nume-
Irccas lu idas en las rodillas:
Jimmy Hanley, cortadura-i en
piernas y manos; Jonh Blyt'oe,
un diente- roto y Robert Des-
noud un ojo amoalado.
LN REPARTO
INTERNACIONAL
"Jaula de Oro", la nueva pre-
sentacin de J. Arthur Rai.k
c,L.c disliltuye Universal Inter-
raUona! tiene el ms cosmopo-
lita de les repartos de que se
tiene r.'-iiela. Adems de la3 es-
trellas britnicas Jean Mmnoiis,
David Fan ai y James Donald,
uciuan (n la pelcula dos auiri-
ce fianccsas, Madeleine Le-
beau y Mciia Mauban que han
pagado la mayor parte de su
\.da en la tierra que las vio
nacer.
El actor fiancs Grcgolre As-
an personifica a un rico ban-
quero; Herbert Lom que es 0-
riguiaiio de Checoeslovaquia
dejen.pea el papel de un esta-
fador europeo y en las bien lo-
gradas escenas que se desarro-
llan en el cabaret "Cage d'Cr"
apaiecen muchachas de diver-
sao nacionalidades. Entre eias
e Cuentan varias franccsias.
una iu' una maltesa, una a-
.ii .i y ties inglesas.
ACTOR HASTA EL TUTANO
Para James Hayter. quien se
jj.csenr e.i los estudios D>in-
iian coi. una intoxicacin pro-
ducida per haber Ingerido pat-
eado cii malas condicione:., el
csenipe ( de su papel en el
:il:i "l:ioes del Mar" conatl-
w:. ".na verdadera prueta.
Haylcr u presenta a un alegre
mar.ntio londinense en la pel-
cula y habo de pasarse la ma-
yor paite del dia agazapado en
la cucir a de un submarino (1
ea "El Aviso Oportun"*
metro S3 por 90 cm ) guisando
indigestas mangares para sus
empanen*
Ei trago ms amargo que tu-
.u que pasar el actor fue el
tener une tacar el aceite diesel
-tel sumergible, precisamente
;uancj su estmago pareca <..:;'
..o loa n cguantar ms.
"oiempre sent la mayor re-
ougnanca por- ese lquido un-
tuvao"', se lament James, "yJ,
para colmo de desdichas se me
cay la pitillera en un cube
lleno de l'.
Qajtcr demostr sus dotes do
actor en todo momento disimu-
lando sus molestias con anta
naturalidad que pasaron inad-
vertidas para el resto del ra-
paito.
''Hroes del Mar" es una pre-
seatadee de J. Arthur Rank
que duficuye Universal Inter-
national.
HACIENDO ECONOMAS
Todas les prendas de vetir
que uoi Dirk Bogarde en el
filr.i "Crimen Pasional", preuen-
Uci to J. Arthur Rank que
tribuye Universal Internatio-
na., ;. >. .a; habrn llevado el ?.'.-
toi en pelculas anterioies. Su
papel ea el de un artista e va-
riedad?-: de Liverpool con sl.ru-
!u;..i aentc norteamericano y
para deccmpefiarlo tiene que
lucir muy diversos trajes.
Los ppntalones pardos que
ilevc s" los puso por primera
vez en "Cuarteto", y el saco e:i
"Louei 969". Un precioso t.a-
je azul a rayas despert las en-
laias de! pblico en "Ouee a
jolly Sv/agnian"- Los guantes y
el somr.rero se remontan al film
"ijear Mr. Prohack" y se anud
il caelic las mismas corbatcs
que en "Londres 999".
Las zapatos que calza le a-
eci&paaroo en todas las p.si-
cu.as en que ha trabajado. Los
compr en Shanghai durante la
guena por dos miserables dla-
r?s. "Con1 o vern el vestuario
para "Crimen Pasional" me re-
suitj muy econmico", confeso
Dnit.
HABLO ANTES QUE MUCHOS
Uisuln Jeans, encantadora
Utreila de la pelcula "El Seso
Debii', presentacin de J. Ar-
thur Rft;:* que distribuye U-
nl.cisal International, trabaj
en la primera cinta sonora fil-
Nadie dira que "El Nido A-
jeiio" es la ms juvenil obra de
Bcnaventc, su primer xito, to-
en
1394- La estructura de esta ex-
celente pieza, su hbil desarro-
lio, su fut'isa creciente en el
ritmo dramtico su deseniace.
d-tade de ia difcil facilidad de
un maestro, son logros de Ju-
ventud, tan llenos de acierto.
V.c esta comedia conserva el
secreto dt su no envejecida e-
aiocor. Todava el prodigioso
dialoga benaventlno prescrito
casi completo del juego de h-
ganlo, de esos sutiles y acerados
loques de maliciosa Irona que,
cen ser rala de tanta de sus o-
cra3, rua'.eran creerse no Indis-
pensables s lo puramente dra-
mtico y an daables, en al-
gn cao, sn el sentido de oue
i gra:ia estorbe, al esto es con-
cebible, a ia fortaleza en el
sentido de que la gracia estor-
be, si esto es concebible, a la
fortaleza en el arte.
outre a Carlos Lemos oca-
3in magnifica de lucimiento, y
ao porque tu taera sea fcil, "
no por tedo lo contrario. Esta-
mos ante los riesgos de la na-
turalidad escnica, ialvado3 si
hay sobra de facultades, por Ufe
uuenos comediantes. Carlos Le-
mos aparece' en'una nueva, y'se
dina que inesperada capacidad,
ce su asombroso temperamento
ce actor, y obras an distintas
como ica hasta ahora represen-
tadas por 41, sirven para dar t
de clic Todo el optimismo vi-
u.1, toda la.simpata y el en-
tusiasmo de "Manuel" lo.ex^re-
aa Caries Lomos con una senci-
llez conjuntamente fcil y en-
traable. El espacio que poco/
actores escalan cabalmente, de
la aita comedia, tampoco le es-
la vedado. Entra en l con el
mismo dominio que en los de-
ms cr.eros, que hasta ahora
le hemos visto.
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15 16 17
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26 30 81 82
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49 t 51
62 53
Qu fortuna
>/y) tener esta
madrecita
Afortunado el beb cuya mam I
lo lava con Jabn Johnson v lo
frota con Aceite Johnson que
protegee y favorecen la piel.
selos Usted tambin!

-asases-
JOHNSON
! mnfar pmrm / aMc ..
! *nfr pmtm vt**4
HORIZONTALES:
1Para medir el tiempo.
8Partes de las flores.
13Flor muy blanca.
14Que tiene buen aroma.
15Sentir temor.
16Dignatario hebreo.
17Negacin, Inv.
18Nombre de mujer.
19Extremidad de los peces.
21Letra castellana.
22Saludable.
24Amarre.
25Famoso confesor espaol.
26Fija hora y lugar.
28Campo comn.
29Calidad de puro.
32Quisieras con amor.
33Nombre de mes.
34Rio de Alemania.
35Del verbo limar.
36Se atreva.
37Hijo de Adn y Eva.
41Desinencia de los quebrados
42Entretenida.
44Ave trepadora.
45Letra griega.
48Regin fabulosa de la
antigedad.
47Regalar, legar.
49 Monacillo.
51Nombre de mujer.
52Hierba mora, planta. Pl.
53Aparatos pera pescar.
VERTICALES:
1Roedores.
2Nombre de jnujer.-
3Lago de Europa.
4Exclamacin.
5Paseo al campo.
6 Antifaz.
7Demente.
8Se apodera de lo ajeno.
9Organizacin Militar
Ibrica, Inlc.
10Articulo.
IIMotn militar.
12Composiciones poticas.
20Hoja de lata.
21Caudillo rabe.
23Aleacin de hierro y
carbono.
25Estrujara.
27Del verbo izar.
28Letra castellana.
29Recortaras el pelo.
30Que designa- varios objetoi
distintos pero del' mismo .
gnero. :
31Paleta para bogar. ?
32Ciudad de Arabia.
34^Guaridas de osos. .
38Del verbo omitir.
38Ciudad de la costa Norte
de Cuba.
34*De corta estatura.
40Monedas Italianas.
42Prximo, contiguo.
43Igual al 32 vertical.
48En el mar.
48Igual al anterior.
50Articulo, Inv. V .
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rinla Va J. Arthur Rank ajaa *tr-
baya l nvaral-lteral
maua e.i Inglaterra. La proauc-
clon ee iodo en Clapham en un
..)...nc- r.l;.,ncionado, el ao i'.i-u. ante de que aparecieran
!us prinicics films hablados de
largo meliaje "El Cantante del
Jaiz" e "Hipocresa". .
I^a cuita fu producida por
Vivian, Van Damm del Teatro
Wlnamir. para De Forrest Peo-
n-j-Flims y Ja -dirigi Miles
Mandar, teniendo por estrellas
a L3Uia Jeans y Owen Nares,
os c-ienc en el Old Capitol del
H-yr.iatket ubicado en el lujar
Jo.:cle hc> se encuentra el Tea-
tro Oauicnt.
No ha odo posible averiguar
el titulo u.ue llev esta anticua
pcncuiu de 300 metros.
El "Aviso Oportuno'
Es Barato y Efectivo
MISA DE REQUIEM
Se celebrar el jueves, 10 de Mayo, en el Santua-
rio Nacional del Corazn de Mara, a las 7:30 a.m., en
sufragio del alma de
ANTONIO GAMBOTTI
Su esposa, hijos y nietos agradecern a sus amis-
tades la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Panam, 9 de Mayo de 1951
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MHH
SUPER-DOBLE
PROGRAMA!
TREUQRHI
ANUM
EN EL TEATRO
CECILIA
-Y-
Una Comedia Tan Cmica
Que Tuvieron Que Embote-
llarla!...
RISA POR TONELES EN LA
NUEVA PELCULA
"LLEGO EL
LECHERO"
(THE MILKMAN)
HERBERT ION
JACQUES SERNAS
- con -
JIMMY DURANTE
DONALD O'CONNOR
PIPER LAURIE
El Mejor Doble Eatres
De La Semanal
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
HOV! ULTIMAS EXHIBICIONES HOY!
Comienza a las 6:0* p.m.
Mares de Carcajadas!... Emociones a Punta
de Espada!...
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
(Double Crossbones) En Tecnicolor!
con Donald O'CONNOR y Helena CARTER
DESDE MAANA!
Filmada en el lugar de los hechos!... La historia verdica
del pnico que cundi en 8 millones de seres por la
venganza de una mujer!...
it
MENSAJERA DE LA MUERTE"
Buscando en la sombra al hombre
que la traicion... Nada la detiene,
ni el terror de una ciudad!...

UN CASO SENSACIONAL!
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IL PANAM AMERICA -DIARIO INDEPCDIENTI
PAGINA CIN*
EMULANDO A LOS MAYORES


I.
El pequeo ciar Jaratar lfm eaapuia genialmente 1 batata
ara dirigir a lo* msicos de M orqaesia an uaa iwu ala
"PrelaoHo', presen-acin de J. Arthur Sank qua aMitribora Univer-
sal-International.
PUNTOS DE VISTA
La negativa de MacArthur a intervenir
en poltica favorece al Senador Taft
Pr un CerrespoRsal Espeeial
(N.A.NJL)
WASHINGTON, Mayo 8 (EPS)
La negativa del general Mac-
Arthur a entrar en la lucha po-
ltica aclara el camino para la
designacin del senador Taft
como candidato presidencial,
dicen los observadores aqu. ,
Lo mismo piensan los diri-
gentes parlamentarios republl-
y Elba Quilos por los felice* *-
tos en sus estudios en la i'nl-
v-rsidad de Dentn, donde su-
pieron despertar honda simpa-
ta y aprecio, colocando muy en
alto el nombre de la Patria La-
.iamena. Y a los esposos Cat'o-
Mdl nuestro rendido home..aje
e reconocimiento por su aing-
ni.'ir.a labor, que no dudamos
tendr excelentes repereuclones
en el futuro.
HAY QUE
ENCONTRARLA!
(Por Corresponsal Viajero)
El da de ayer ha dejado en
.uestro espritu un grato vc-
cuerdo. Al medio dia fuimos ga-
lantemente invitados por las
SciOXltaj Elba y Evida Quur.s
herniosas damltas penonomenas
. u una flesteclta que ambas u*
ouias ofrecieron a los esporos
Campbell a su paso por Pei;o-
Jionic.
Los seores Campbell son los
profesores cuya gestin hizo pa-
sible la asistencia de 12 maes-
tras panameas a un Curso s
a Universidad de Dentn, Tf-
vas. Las Seoritas Elba y Evida
Quirs, componentes del grupo
.en un geslo de reconocimiento.
Quisieron ofrecerle una clida a-
co.ida a los profesores Ca...p-
oe'l, brindando en casa de las
seorita Evida un almuerzo
compuesto de platos tpicos pa- '
i.amcw, no faltando, cin:c
complemento la chicha fresca
ce maz.
Despus de la comida se de-
jaron or aires musicales, car.-
(iones y tamboritos, en que la^
voces de las bellsimas dauas >
aratinas nos proporcionaren i
in Intimo deleite.
Como la actuacin de los es-
>oos Campbell es ampliamente
conocida en Penonome, el tu-
po que rode a las seoritas
huiros, en su deseo de dar ca-
lor a su manifestacin de ta-
tiiua, fu numeroso y escosco.
Muestras c o n g r a t ulaclo.ie?
;.i.y sinceras a las Srtas. Evida
"SINFONA OTOAL"
Un drama en que imperan las fuertes emociones, con
un argumento de lo ms interesante
SE ESTRENARA MAANA EN EL CENTRAL!
------FRANCOT8E ROSAY
.JaWCA TANDY
ELDORADO
MAANA!
CHACHITA
TUSITA
ANDRES SOLER
DOMINGO SOLER
Y OTROS ARTISTA8
en
HOY DOBLE EXTRA!
TIN TAN,
- en -
"MSICO, POETA
Y LOCO"
"HAN MATADO A
TONGOLELE" ,
- con -
DAVID SILVA
TONGOLELE
35c........../.... Me.
"LOS HIJOS
de la CALLE"
Chachita
Tusita
Andrs
Soler
Domingo
Soler
Angeles del arroyo al servicio del mal
POR QUE HAY NIOS LADRONES!
E8TA PELCULA LE DESCUBRIR
ESA LACRA SOCIAL...
LOS NIOS SON LO QUE LOS
MAYORES HACEMOS DE ELLOS...
Y, DESPUS EXCLAMARA UD. "8ALVEMOS
A LA INFANCIA ABANDONADA".
REVELADORA'... REAL!... UN ALDABONAZO EN TODA
CONCIENCIA HONRADA. EN PAVOR DE ESOS NIOS
A LOS QUE NADIE AYUDA .1
ESTA PELCULA MUESTRA UNA ORAN INJUSTICIA
DE NUESTRO MUNDO... I
Lleg a Nueva York proce-
dente de Cuba, con unos dia-
mantes de contrabando y una
terrible enfermedad contagiosa
encima.
Escapa a la ley. para en-
contrar que su esposo, el ca-
nalla que la usaba para su
negocios ilcitos, la engaaba y
pretenda acabar'con ella. Cie-
ga de furia lo persigue,, sem-
brando la muerte v $t' terror
en toda la tUdad.
Is "La Menajera de la Muir-
te", y toda una "nacin busca
su paradero.
Evelyn Keyes, en la actua-
cin de su vida, es La Mensa-
jera de la Muerte" y su histo-
ria la ver desde maana en
el Teatro Lux.
Charles Korvln, William Bis-
hop, Lola Allbrlght secundan
brillantemente a la estrella.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Dominante y hermosa
Kalhlee* Byron tiene a aa cargo ai
rol estelar 'trtala en el fila*
"PivIbmIo", prodnerio da J. Ar-
thur Rank que distriburr L'nWer-
aaMnlrrnaUonal. Ea la mujer do.
sainante que esalata a an precoa
director de orquesta.
cano, aunque no lo dicen a-
biertamente sino en sus comen-
tarlos privados. No es ningn
secreto que la popularidad del
general los ha preocupado ma-
cho, puesto que le converta en
aspirante potencial a la candi-
datura.
Ahora opinan que la dram-
tica negativa del general pone
fin a la incgnita y refuerza las
posibilidades del senador.
Adems, muchos de los diri-
gentes republicanos creen que
el prximo debate sobre la po-
ltica exterior de los Estados
Unidos eliminar tambin al
general Eisehower como posi-
ble candidato republicano. Se
tiene certeza de que "Ike" sa-
ri, lden'lflcado con la poltica
de la Administracin, que con-
sidera que "primero est Euro-
pa", en contra de la invocada
por MacArthur, que estima que
"primero es Asia."
De todos modos, es Induda-
ble que la llegada de MacAr-
thur a los Estados Unidos ten-
dr un Inmediato efecto en el
Congreso: har que ste se
mantenga en sesiones todo el
verano.
El Congresa estaba ya bu-
fante retrasado en sus labores,
cuando la destitucin del gene-
ral cay como unp. bomba. Aho-
ra habr un nuevo y largo de-
bate sobre cuestiones militares
y de poltica exterior, adems
del trabajo corriente que esta-
ba siendo realizado. Los obser-
vadores creen que difcilmente
podrn despachar los asuntos
pendientes de aqu al primero
de octubre. /
El retorno de MacArthur ha
tenido otro resultado Inespera-
do y satisfactorio: darle auge
a muchos negocios. Las oficinas
telegrficas, por ejemplo, Infor-
man desde la destitucin del
general se han trasmitido ms
de 170,000 telegramas relacio-
nados con MacArthur y que
desde que ste puso pie en te-
LOS CELOS TUVIERON LA CULPA
?
F.laa Lanckesler, Slit I It v Winter! T John Rnaaell diirnten acalorada-
mente ea eate rpiodlo del dramtico film en Technicolor "Ansel
de Vais"'" producido por Universal-International. Joel Mc.Crra
protagonia til* nueva anta al lado da la Winteri.
rrltorlo continental de los Es-
tados Unidos recibe millares ae
mensajes de saludo y adhesion.
Algunos altos jefes militares
estn de acuerdo con MacAr-
thur en que la amenaza comu-
nista es "global." Funcionarlos
del servicio de Informacin mi-
litar, por ejemplo, dicen que los
rusos estarn en condiciones de
librar una guerra Interconti-
nental dentro de dos aos.
Afirman tambin que la Unin
Sovitica tiene un avin espe-
cial que puede llevar bombas
atmicas, un aparato de seis
motores copiado del B-26 nor-
teamericano, y que podr pro-
ducir en masa en este ano.
Dos aos es el tiempo que los
observadores militares creen que
necesita Rusia para tener una
cantidad suficiente de tales a-
psratos.
En otro terreno, se seala
que la Investigacin alrededor
del caso de MacArthur le va a
costar al pas una cuantiosa
suma d dinero. El Senado ya
ha autorizado diversas activi-
dades en ese sentido, cuyo cos-
to se calcula en 1837,000. Pero
ahora resulta que tal suma no
es suficiente y se ha autoriza-
do el gasto de otros $400.000.
De modo que el total se acer-
car a un milln y cuarto de
dlares.
TEATRO BELLA VISTA
H0Y-AW9PM-H0Y
ACONTECIMIENTO ARTSTICO!
PRESENTACIN
DE LAS CELEBRES
"MULATAS
DE
FUEGO"
AUTENTICAS CREADORAS DEL
MAMBO!
ANTES DE SU DEBUT EN *
RIO DE JANEIRO y BUENOS AIRES.
"El Baile del P ..no"
"Rareza del Siglo"
"El Jelengue"
"Que Rico el Mambo"
"La Mucura"
"La Slguara"
GLORIA HELM
exquisita cantante Internacional.
ALEXANDER y PABLO
prlmersimos bailarines del
Ballet Negro de Rodney.
VILMA VALLE
cancionera sentimental.
LAS HERMANAS CASTRO
bellsimas modelos.
EN LA PANTALLA:
K^Sriro;. "SEHTEMCIA DE MUERTE"
Tandas: Pelculas 7 y 10 p.m.Espectculo 9 p.m. PRECIOS: B 1.00 y 50 cts.
rn
.i
'UNA HISTORIA TRGICA Y TIERNA A LA VEZ!...
Una gran pasin, romntica que culmin en..,
"BODAS DE
FUEGO"
con PEDRO ARMENDARIZ ALICIA CARO
Una Pelcula Distinta Con Un Tema Diferente!...
El "Aviso Oportuno
"EhMercado Sm Isnwl" y
s Barato v Ffertirn
TEATRO NACIONAL
Compaa "LOPE DE VEGA"
Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1947-1918
PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premio Nacional de Interpretacin 1948
cen
Conchita .MONTIJANO Alfonso MUOZ
y Pitar BIENERT
Director: JOSE T AM AYO
HOY MIRCOLES 9 DE MAYO 8:30 P. M.
SEXTA DE ABONO
"LA VIDA ES SUEO"
La ms famosa obra de Don Pedro Caldern de la Barca,
en la nueva versin en tres actos, de Francisco Roca Lozad.
Gran creacin de CARLOS LEMOS.
PRECIOS:
Luneta. Aofileatro y Palco.....
Galera..................
2.50
1.00
MAANA!
HAMLET
t\ (Principe de Dinamarca)
de William Shakeapare, versin de Jos Ma. Pemn.
FUNCIN EXTRAORDINARIA A BENEFICIO DEL
SANTUARIO DEL CORAZN DE RA!
mm
TATROS
PRE5ENTANI
"? s i:(\;
TEATRO LUX "tSTi
lai
Una Comadla Q.U* Lo Har DasternUUrst dt roa!
Daaald O'CONNOR Helena CARTE, aa
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
_______ EN COLORES!
CENTRAL
"LA LEGION
INVENCIBLE"
EN TECNICOLOR^^
BELLA VISTA
A las :M p.m.
DEBUT DE LAS CELEBRES
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Las Creadoras dtl Mambo!
Ademas: GLORIA HELM
ALEXANDER y PABLO
LAS HNAS CASTRO
En la Pantalla:
Richard Cont, en
SENTENCIA de MUERTE"
TEATRO CECILIA
Comienra a las
LA DEBrLIDAD DE UN HOMBRE Y LA
MALDAD DE UNA MUJER. I
Lee J Cobb Jane VYyalt John Dal, ta
"POR UNA MALA MUJER"
TEATRO TROPICAL
GRAN SHOW I ,- GRAN SHOW!
. Presentacin del
"TRIO ATLAS"
JULIA ELENA SMITH
(La pulsadora mas peqaens
del atoada)
TRIO AN-RO-YE
TONY FLANDES
y PAPITO BAKER
^^^^^uOrquesta^^^
PR ESIDENTE
2 PEUCULA8! 2
TIN TAN
Rosita Quintana, en
"AY, QUE BONITAS
PIERNAS"
Delia Garcs, en
"CASA de MUECAS"
TEATRO ENCANTO
(Aire Acondicionado)
Howard Duff Brian
DonlevT, en
"EXTORSIN"
Ann Todd Norman
Woodland, en
El Pecado de Madeleine
TEATRO TIVOLI_
NOCHE DE BANCO I
In grid Bergman, an
'BAJO EL SIG.NO DE
CAPRICORNIO'
Ademas: "COLT .45"
^cw^RsndolphScoi^^
TEATRO IRIS
Paulatta Goddard. an__
LA CAUTIVA DEL AZAR'
Adamad:
Dorothy Lamour. en
PASIN SALVAJE'
HISPANO
Randolph cotton
EL JUSTICIERO"
Henry Ponda, an
"RISPSE del PEJLIG1
TBATRO CAPITOLIO
Cealansa a las M p.m. _
Dan Parvea Gale
Storm, en
EL GRITO AHOGADO'
Adems: Pal Muni
Anne Baxter, en
TEATRO EDISON
Gregory PecK, en
"SED DE SANGRE"
Adamad:
Richard Wldmark. en
"PNICO EN LA CALLE"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Coaalansa a las f :H r se.
"DICK TRACY CONTBA EL
IMPERIO DEL CRIMEN"
"Bandoleros Sin Patria"
"CORAZN de VIRGINIA"
VISTERUOSA
Gall Elan, an
"Pap Per Conveniencia"
Adamad:
Pat O'Brien, en
"Slnruna Moler es Mal"
PAC F ICO
-EL
HELADERO*
Adamas:
PASIONES
TUBBLLENTAS-,
IDEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
"ATROSTRANUO
LA ML'ERTE"
Adamas:
Piar do Insidia'
APOLO
"DOS TENORIOS
DR BARRIO"
Aderada:
"CAMINOS DE
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ro como profesional y hombre
libre no puedo compartir esta
medida que tiende socavar las
bases de todas las instituciones
Republicanas, sometiendo su
uncionamiento a la exclusiva
voluntad de un hombre/
Aprovecho esta oportunidad
para agradecer a Ud. y al ex-
Minlstro Ing. Manuel V. Patino,
todas las muestras de conflan-
ea conque supieron distinguir-
me durante el tiempo que per-
manec al frente de la Seccin
de Diseos y Construcciones y
por este medio quiero agrade-
cer la cooperacin franca y de-
cidida que en todo el tiempo he
recibido del personal directivo
y obrero que trabaj bajo mis
rdenes y de los cuales muy es-
pecialmente quiero despedirme
por su digno conducto.
Sin otro particular, es grato
suscribirme de Ud. atentamente.
Roberto Lopes F.
Ing. Jefe de Diseos
y Construcciones
tucin de 1MB y poner en vi-
gencia la de 1941 significa un
paso atrs en la marcha de
nuestras instituciones republi-
canas y un atentado contra
principios democrticos consa-
grados en aquel instrumento, y,
Que esta corporacin no pue-
de manifestarse en forma dis-
tinta a sus actuaciones ten-
dientes siempre a mantener el
principio de autonoma muni-
cipal, caracterstica indudable
de una verdadera democracia,
RESUELVE:
1Dejar constancia, en esta
hora crucial para la cjudadania,
de nuestra inconformidad por
toda medida tendiente a mer-
mar la majestad de la Carta
Magna de 1948 y la autonoma
municipal
2Hacer un llamado a la ciu-
dadana para que se pronuncie
sobre los acontecimientos que
pretenden retrotraernos a una
situacin de descrdito Interna-
cional y de la cual las mayo-
ras ciudadanas en forma elo-
cuente se manifestaron en 1041,
y.
3Pedir a los comandantes,
oficiales, clases y tropa de la
Fuerza Pblica, que se siten
a la altura cvica que la hora
y su propia responsabilidad de-
mandan en estos momentos di-
fciles en que atraviesa nuestra
querida patria.
Dada en el Palacio Municipal
de Coln, a los ocho das del
mes de mayo de 1951.
El presidente, Arcelio R. Hud-
son; ios concejales: Daniel Del-
gado !>., Jnan Navas C, Lau-
rencio Jan O., Anaca B. de Me
Nish, Jos M. Delgado, Augusto
Navas L., Carlos A. Veles, Srio.
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Familia canadiense necesita cholet
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garage en Bella Vista, altos del
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SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Modera usodo poro
piso, oferta a Mueblera Tun.
Va Porra No. 130. Tel. 3-2070
La vista oral en el
caso de De la Torre
se inicia el quince
LA HAYA, Mayo (UP) Se
ha anunciado que la vista oral
de la conlioversia entre Pu
t Colombia sobre los derechos
vi asiio en el caso de Vctor
Hi Heya de la Torre teir
lugar c; la Corte Internacional
de Justicia el 15 de Mayo.
Hace un llamado
republicana:
Que la Constitucin de 1946
derogada a su vez por el Decre-
to de Gabinete en referencia,
por lo avanzado de cus princi-
pios y postulados, ha sido con-
siderada por eminencias Jurdi-
cas y del extranjero, como uno
de los instrumentos jsicos ms
progresistas de Amrica; que la
MCarta Magna de 1948. ha sido
la nica en reconocer y otor-
gar a los Municipios, la au-
tonoma y responsabilidad his-
trica de verdaderos fundamen-
tos de la Repblica;
Que las derogaciones y modi-
ficaciones de la Carla Magna,
por medios distintos a los In-
dicados por ella misma, nos co-
loca ante la faz del mundo,
como pueblo de escp-a cultu-
ra ci xa e irrespo.i tic;
Qur ti paso dado por el Eje-
cutivo ai derogar la Const i-
Se ordena en Coln
Presidente constitucional de la
Repblica.
Que el suscrito puede bajo su
responsabilidad adoptar medi-
das urgentes que Juzguen in-
aplazables para conservar el or-
den pblico,
DECRETA:
Articulo lo.Se ordena el
cierre de todas las oficinas p-
blicas nacionales, municipales,
autnomas y semlatnomas, de
todo el comercio, Bancos, in-
dustrias, cantinas, bodegas y
cines, conexcepcion de los esta-
blecimientos comerciales de ar-
tculos de primera necesidad,
restaurantes y boticas que po-
drn permanecer abiertos has-
ta segunda orden.
Artculo 2o.Se ordena el a-
rresto de todo ciudadano que
porte armas desde esta fecha
sin la autorizacin escrita del
Mayor Jefe de la Polica de
Coln.
Articulo 3o Se prohibe el
transito en el Distrito de to-
dos los vehculos de rueda, p-
blicos y privados que no porten
permiso especial del Trnsito
expedido por la Oficina de
Trnsito de la Polica Nacional.
Articulo 4o.Con el fin de
mantener informada a la ciu-
dadana de loa acontecimien-
tos que han provocado esta ale-
racin del orden pblico, las
radio-emisoras de la ciudad
quedan desde la expedicin de
este Decreto a las rdenes del
suscrito.
Artculo 5o.Se convoca al
Consejo Municipal del Distrito
de Coln a una sesin extra-
ordinaria para que considere
las medidas urgentes aqu a-
doptadas y para que decida en
definitiva lo que hubiere de
lugar.
Articulo to.Se castigar la
falta de obediencia a las dispo-
siciones aqu decretadas con
multas de cinco a veinticinco
balboas o arresto equivalente.
Articulo 7o.La Polica Na-
cional velar por el estricto
cumplimiento de este Decreto.
Fundamento legal: Constitu-
cin Nacional y Decreto-Ley 37
de mayo de 1947 (Articulo 44).
Comuniqese, publiquese y
cmplase.
Dado en Coln a los nueve
das del mes de mayo de mil
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
El Alcalde,
Jos D. Bazn
El Secretario,
Luis M. Ch&rris.
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pendiente de dos recmaras, en
Son Francisco 102-A, B.60.00.
Llame 2-3318. e
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento recin
pintado: dos recmaras, porch, co-1
mador, cocina y servicio. Correte-
ra Aeropuerto No. 15, telfono
3-1352.
SE VENDE
Artculo* de Casa
SE VENDE:Motivo vioje, juego de
sala de bamb, 6 piezas con lm-
paras, barato. Verlo Perejil La
Loma No. 7, Apta, 4, Tel. 3-1878.
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muebles, por motivo de viaje. Ca-
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II, Coln.
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altos di Avenido Central 44 o
precias mdicos. Soliciten Infor-
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semena y Super Mercado Calido-
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SE ALQUILA: Amplio local en
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SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completamente omoblada, en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de 1,
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recmara con dos bonos, 2 ha-
bitaciones pora el servicio, con su
correspondiente b s A o; cocino
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situado entre Paitilla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o mis tiempo y es-
lora, lista el le. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
Al caerse un edificio
mueren 2 personas y
cinco estn heridas
CATANIA, Mayo 9 (SE). Un
edificio de cinco pises, en cons-
truccin, se desplom esta maa-
na y caus la muerte de dos per-
sonas.
Cinco personas resultaron he-
ridas y se teme que bajo los es-
combros haya todava otras vc-
timas.
Establcese Comisin
Panam, 9 de mayo de 1951
Otilia de Tejeira, Georgina
Jimenez de Lpez, Carmelina
Jimnez. Isabel I. de Chanis,
Ciara Gonzlez de Beringher,
Cecilia Orillee de Chiari, Elida
de Crespo, Ins Q. de Febrera,
Carmen de la Guardia de Jim-
nez, Julieta H. de Gallado, Ada
Illueca, Fina de Samadlo, Lu-
pita C. de Lewis, Adriana Men-
doza, Carmen Icaaa de Jimnez,
Luisa Aguilera fauno, lu
Chiari de Garca de Paredes,
Berta C. de Domnguez.
Comit Femenino pro-
lonstitucion de i4.
La Asociacin
a protestar enfticamente con-
tra tal atropello.
RESUELVE:
1Declara huelga general de
todos los miembros de la Aso-
ciacin hasta tanto el pas vuel-
va al carril de la democracia
poniendo en vigencia el Esta-
tuto del 46.
2Se nombra a los doctores
Carlos E. Fbrega. Enrique Ica-
za y Donald Williams para que
vigilen la buena marcha de es-
ta decisin.
Dado en Panam a loa ocho
das de mayo de 1951.
Presidente,
Dr. Eneas Quintero
Vice-presidente,
Dr. Carlee E. Fbrera
Dr. Antonio Cucaln Jr.
Estn alternando
UM para oblener la mayora ne-
ctiutU ptia obtener el trluaio.
Je cuerdo con las leyes de
jen /ia-
Prenden fuego
los edificios en Juacapa han
s.cio destruidos. En Chlnamcca
un SO pe ciento de los edll-
dus fueron destruidos. Otras
nueve comunidades ms peque-
as sufra on menores daoo.
las autoiidades decretaron un
estado de sitio el Jueves en los
departtmentos de Vsulatn y
San Migual, en donde se en-
cuentran las poblaciones afec-
tadas. Ta.nbin se prohibi la
venta Je licor, y se advirti qu?
los especuladores con los ali
mentus sern castigados seve-
ramente
Los refugiados de tas reas
afectadas han obtenido asilo de
emergencia en las escuelas y
ticios pblicos de San Bal-
vaiior.
Numerosa
de la tarde. Antes de que M-
cieia use de la palabra el Co-
:nanur.le Kemn, se bajo la
unciera nacional, tal como se
hace diarl-mente en el cuartel
gU to iin solemnidad cuando ias
u:cz mil personas presente
guaj'afon silencio mientras ti
pabelln nacional era descendi-
do po;- los miembros del cuer-
po c Felicia Nacional.
M Com-ndante Remn al ha-
cer uso de la palabra, pidi mu-
cha calma al pueblo y lo maul-
fcU> q_1 ti grave problema por
nir atravesaba la Republic.
>cia resudo patriticamente y
a MlLi/aisln de todos. Agreg
u.C el pi'etio poda estar tran-
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vCiiai, Is cual velara por la se-
.uriaa,! de lodos.
El i D. Norberto Nava.io.
plJio a .os manifestante? q-e-
no se tetuaran de all hasta
tanto esto problema se resol-
viera.
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no, como Juzga, Arnulfo Arias
y sus cooperadores, de castra-
dos pusilnimes; y
4Que es imperativo y de su-
ma urgencia el retorno al r-
gimen republicano y democr-
tico,
RESUELVE:
) Protestar, como en efecto
se protesta, por tan nefando
proceder del doctor Arnulfo A-
rlas y sus Ministros, al decla-
rar, sin base legal derogada la
Constitucin Nacional y en vi-
gencia la de 1041;
b) Excitar a las demostracio-
nes de protesta en todas sus
manifestaciones, a todos los re-
sidentes honrados del pas que
deseen estar a tono con su con-
ciencia y que carezcan de las
caractersticas de los esclavos;
y
c) Excitar de manera espe-
cial a los miembros de esta
institucin civlca-politica a que
asistan a cuantos actos se lle-
ven a cabo tendientes a la des-
aparicin de la dictadura para
que sea posible que vuelva la
normalidad social.
Panam, mayo 7 de 1851.
Camilo Valds, presidente; Vic-
tor Ramrex, vice-presidente:
Gabriel Rerny, tesorero; To-
ms Arosemena Jimnez, ce-
sor poltico-Jurdico; Narclsa
Uonzaies, secretaria de co-
rrespondencia; Zoila Crisli-
da de Ycaza de A., viee-gre-
sidenta; A. Fernndez, secre-
tario de actas.
Es copla fiel,
A. Fernndei.
MIRCOLES, MATO t, 1051 '
La Federacin
tu por razn de sus ideas po-
lticas y por el hecho de de-
fender honradamente los Inte-
reses de la clase trabajadora y
de la Patria,
3o.Que con este paso dado
por el Gobierno de Arnulfo A-
rias pretende entronizar una
dictadura terrorista, la cual sig-
nificar para la clase obrera y
campesina la liquidacin de las
libertades necesarias para or-
ganizarse libremente y de la li-
quidacin de las libertades ne-
cesarias para organizarse libre-
mente y defenderse de los a-
tropellos de los patronos re-
accionarios, de las compaas
monopolistas extranjeras, de los
terratenientes, caseros y gran-
des comerciantes,
4o.Que el Cdigo de Tra-
bajo, violado muchas veces por
el Gobierno de Arnulfo Arlas,
Cdigo que es conquista obrera
establecida en la Constitucin
del 46, dejar de surtir efecto
o ser violado mil veces, bajo
una dictadura como la que pre-
tender imponer Arnulfo Arlas,
dejando asi a los trabajadores
sin ningn instrumento para
defenderse de la explotacin de
loe patronos reaccionarios y
grandes comerciantes, aumen-
tando es el peso de la crisis
sobre las espaldas de la clase
trabajadora y campesina,
So.Que el Gobierno de Ar-
nulfo Arlas ha dejado de cum-
plir los mandatos de la Cons-
titucin, que garantiza a todo
ciudadano trabajo seguro y me-
dios de ganarse una vida de-
cente y decorosa, por cuanto
que bajo su Gobierno ha au-
mentado el hambre y la des-
ocupacin en los hogares de las
masas trabajadoras,
6o.Que corresponde a las
masas trabajadoras de la du-
dad y del campo y al pueblo en
general imponer su voluntad
soberana y decidir sobre la forr
ma de Gobierno que debe impe-
rar en este pas, voluntad reco-
gida e na Constitucin del 46,
RESUELVE:
lo.Condenar enrgicamente
en nombre de los trabajado-
res de la Repblica de Pana-
m, el acto de traicin a la Pa-
tria perpetado por el Gobier-
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Aplican a un mdico de 25^
aos en Colombia la droga
anticancerosa "Krebiozen"
La enfermedad considarada como insuraWe ha
sido combatida felizmente en 72 horas
Por primera ves en Colombia, y par tercera en Saramrica.
hoy aplicar el doctor Alberto Dew, an eelega de Ik afios, el,
Krebioiep, droga que se viene empleando cen xito en la luc '
contra el cncer.
Esta maravillosa droga lleg ayer, por intermedie de la
area "El Colombiano". Foe despachada desde Chicago a N_
xork, y de esta ciudad a Bogot, por solicitad especial eju
formulada. La droga la trajo el doctor Ricardo Pacheco. II
Itrebioxen lleg en dos dosis, formadas per cuatro ampolletas, ca-
da una de stas de un milmetro cablee.
HOT LA APLICAN
Una de las dosis ser aplicada a un Joven mdico Ae esta cia-'
dad aue sufre de cncer. El tratamiento lo dirigir el doctor Al-
berto Dow, quien esta noche pondr la primera ampolleta, y pa-
gadas las primeras veinticuatro horas, la segunda, ge espara que
en Bogot tenga el mame xito eue se observ cuando fue em-
pleada en el Brasil, igualmente en un mdico, o el aae tuvo en
Venesuela, recientemente.
POCO EMPLEADA
El bebiesen ha sido hasta el momento utilizado en casos ex-
cepcionales, en consideracin a que su produccin an no ha lie-,
gado a la escala comercial. El llegada a Bogot fue remitido de
manera eapecialaima desde Chicago, y el valor de las cuadro am- :
polletas an no se conoce.
FAMA MUNDIAL
La droga alcanz rpidamente fama mundial, paes no obs-'
tante su reducida aplicacin, en los casos en que ha sido emplea,
da ha arrajado un resultado satisfactorio. El Krebiosen fue des-
cubierto por un cientfico yugoeslavo, quien Inicialraente se esta-
bleci en la Argentina y luego continu sos investigaciones en I
la ciudad de Chicago. Una ves establecida su efectividad, la pre-
sent al mundo el mdico norteamericano, doctor Ivy. Desde en-
tonces la enfermedad considerada cerno "incurable" ha sido com-
batida felizmente en 72 horas.
La otra dosis ser aplicada' a ana seera hermana de an dis-
tinguido mdico de esta ciudad.
Paro total en la ciudad
mente de conseguir que abrieran algunas tiendas para abastecer-
se de artculos de primera necesidad, ya que todos lea mercados
pblicos y particulares estaban cerrados y Isa grandes casas de
venta de vveres y comisariatos tambin cerraron sus asertas. "'.'. 1
Las oficinas pblicas y municipales y tedas las escuelas p-
blicas estuvieron cerradas, ya que loe maestros, directores e Jas.
pec tor es haban dispuesto unirse a este movimiento nacional da '
proporciones gigantescas.
Algunos desrdenes comensaron a provocarse anoche mismo]
cuando personas cuya identidad ne ha podido establecerse, rom-1
(lieron las grandes vitrinas de algunos establecimientos comercia- j
es en la Avenida Central, vindose la Polica Nacional obligada 1
a hacer disparos al aire.
La Asamblea resuelve llamar a
Pide la Asamblea que la Corte comunique a
la Polica Nacional, para los fines consiguientes, lo
cordado por aquella corporacin..
La nota est firmada por 36 diputadas a la
Asamblea Nacional.
Los honorables diputados que no firmaron son
doa Nina de Angelizla, Alvaro Abel Alvarez, Nor-
berto Zurita, Federico Sagel, Luis Ral Fernndez,
que est en Caracas y David Samudio, que est de-
tenido, i
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Hasta ahora han resultado
ran en las afueras del hospital, para acomodar lea heridos qua
van llegando.
A continuacin la lista completa de los heridos:
LISTA COMPLETA DE LOS HERIDOS
Nislo Agullar, Jos Mendosa, Fernando Navarro Gonsalo Ortis,
Jos de la C. brego, Sixto Aguilar, Carlos Avila, Lzaro Arce, Luis
Aguilera, Abraham Barrega, Manuel Batista, Benjamn Bastala,
Benjamn Ballesteros, Basilio Ball, Santiago Diaz, Luis Escalona,
Jos M. Gmez, Rlcaurte Gonzlez. Manuel A. Gonzlez. Rubn D.
Gonzlez, Dionisio Guevara, Julio C. GuUrrez, Manuel R. Bermu-
dez, Victor Bosquez, Marcos A. Bricefio, Csar Roldan, Andrs Ca-
rrera, Antonio Castillo, Andrln Cedeno, Alejandro Castillo, Mo-
desto Franco, Graciela Movarek, Ricardo Girn, Ana Isabel Icaza,
Toms Jimnez, Jos M. Lozano, Remigio Lpez, Reglno Martinez,
Jos March. Jos A. Brux (emergencia), Digna Moreno. Rlcaurte
Puello, Benito Padilla, Marco Antonio Prez, Ambrosio Prez. Ro-
sarlo Pineda Carlos Plaza, Jos Quintana, Elias E. Rojas, Victoria
C. Reyes, Hermenegildo Rulz, Juan Jimnez Rlvas, Felipe Rodr-
guez, Manuel A. Rodrigues, Francisco Rodrguez, Telesfora Grael,
Augusto Zanetti, Patel Soto, Sebastin Carrasco, Ramn A. Sabi-
no, Carlos E. Tun, Demostenes Vergara, Juan Velasquez Iturbl-
des Vsquez, Juan B. Vlllaaanta Pedro Zapata, Leonardo Olivares,
Mnlco Gomez, Aizpuru Alzpuru, Victor Garcia, Alcldes Artlz, Isaas
Mendoza, Bolvar Navas, Tefilo Beitla, Jernimo Aparicio, Secun-
dlno Medina, Alfredo Mayers. Armando Landecho.
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no de Arnulfo Arlas al derogar
dlctatorlalmente la Constitucin
democrtica del 48,
2o.Hacer un llamado a to-
dos los trabajadores, centrales
obreras y organismos sindicales
y campesinos a hacer pblica
su condena a este acto arbl;
trario y antidemocrtico hecho
por el Gobierno de Arnulfo
Arlas,
So.Hacer un llamado a to-
dos los trabajadores y orga-
nismos sindicales del pas para
que se unan al paro decretada
por los estudiantes, maestros y
profesores, hasta tanto e resti-
tuya la vigencia de la Consti-
tucin de 1946,
4o.Hacer un llamado a los
patronos, industriales para que
respalden este paro y cooperen
con los trabajadores en el xi-
to de l,
5o.Demandar de la Fuerza
Pblica, Polica Nacional, el res-
peto a la voluntad popular y
el cumplimiento de las decisio-
nes democrticas de la Asam-
blea Nacional y la Corte Su-
prema de Justicia, Corporacio-
nes llamadas a hacer efecUva
esta voluntad popular, la cual
tiene que ser el retorno a la
Constitucin del 46,
8o.Hacer un llamado a los
trabajadores y pueblo en ge-
neral para exigir la inmedia-
ta libertad de los presos po-
lticos detenidos por la Poli-
ca Secreta por cuanto se ha-
llan presos, dirigentes obreros
y ciudadanos patriotas que han
defendido valientemente la De-
mocracia, las libertades pbli-
cas y la ConsUtucln del 48.
Dado en Panam a los 8 das
del mes de mayo de 1051.
Por el Consejo Federal de la
Federacin Sindical de Traba-
jadores de la Repblica de Pa-
nam,
ngel Gomes, presidente; Lela
Avila, rice-presidente; Miguel
Porcell. secretario de actas; Vir-
gilio E. Garrida, secretarle de
prensa y propaganda.
Las fuerzas sirias >,
abrieron el fuego
TEL AVIV, Mayo S (UP)
Urgente-- Un portavoz militar
d; L>ral tn dijo >que las fuerzas sirias
abrieron fuego contra un guar-
dia er. la frontera entre Israel
y Siria y que las fuerzas israe-
litas contestaron el fuego.
La li.cha en la frontera con-
tina espordicamente, a pe-ar
de la orden de cesar el fue>r>
y sj aceptacin de meos
boBdos.
Pcytli. dijo que hubo un duela
a tiros que dur 18 minutos en-
ire iraiicotiradores cerca de la
villa de Calernaum en Israel,
pe: o que no se ha podido saber
ti nmero de bajas- .
Toda persona tiene
pleno derecho a su
educacin primaria
GINEBRA, Mayo f . La
comisin sobre derechos del hom
bre adopt por 15 votos y 3 abs-
tenciones el texto del articjjjo
sobre derecho a la enseanza, re.
altante de diversas proposicio-
nes hechas por los delegados da
Australia, Chile, Estados Unidos,
y la UNESCO.
El texto fija el principio de qua
toda persona tiene el derecho a
su educacin. La enseanza pri-
marla debe ser obligatoria y gra-
tuita y la enseanza superior a-
blerta para todos. El texto espe-
cifica Igualmente que el Estado
respetar la libertad de ios pa-
dres para asegurar la libertad ds
los padres para asegurar la edu-
cacin religiosa de sus hijos ds
conformidad con sus propias con
vlcclones.
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MIRCOLES. MATO . 1951
I PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA
Con El Juego Mendoza vs Pern Se Iniciar
Vuelta De Ftbol Del Chorrillo
,.
Los Medias Rojas Vendieron a
Fermn Guerra a Los Senadores
SAN LUIS, Mayo t (IIP) Las Medias Rojas alienaron el
contrato de su receptor cubano Fermn Guerra a lot Senadores,
como resultado de una transaccin que fu estrictamente mono-
taria. El Teterano pelotero cubano adquirido por el Boston de
los Atlticos, durante el Invierno pasado, solo bate con un pro-
medio de .15 en nueve partidos este ao. El piloto, de los Sona-
dores, Buckv Harris, venia nestionando la adquisicin del cubano
Guerra desde antes de comentar la temporada para que fuera el
compaero de "batera" de loo- Untadores cubanos con que cuen-
ta esta novena.
Tom posesin de su
cargo la J. Directiva
del basket anlonero
ANTON, Mayo 9En una Inte-
resante reunin tomaron pose-
sin 'de sus cargos loa nuevos
miembros de la Directiva de la
Liga de Basketball de Antn.
El acto tuvo lugar en el Saln
de la Biblioteca, y despus de
prestar Juramento los nuevos di-
rectores, el Presidente entrante,
Alberto Chong, manifest su
firme propsito de trabajar con
todas sus fuerzas por el adelanto
de este deporte en Antn, as
cmo colaborador con las otras
actividades para el resurgimien-
to general del Deporte Antone-
ro.
Luego fueron discutidos los
Estatutos los cuales resultaron
aprobados. 8e dio a conocer que
las Inscripciones para la Tempo-
rada de Campeonato se encuen-
tra abiertas y se cerrarn el 20
del presente mes.
Maana Jueves se celebrar
una reunin extraordinaria, y ae cinattl por anotacin de 2 ca- En la Liga Americana
ha invitado de manera muy es- j rreras a 1. Surkont conquist El lanzador relevo Herbert ga-
peclal al seor Inspector de sa- as 8U cuarta victoria de la tem n su cuarto Juego consecutivos
nldad, para que informe sobre p0rada contra una derrota. para los Tigres al imponerse a
los motivos que se han presen- lqj Gigantes derrotaron a los' los Yanquis de Nueva York por
tado para cerrar el Gimnasio cardenales punteros de la Liga I anotacin de 6 carreras a 5 en
y tomar entonces las medidas Nacional por anotacin de 6 ca-1 once episodios. Herbert ola-
necesarias para evitar tal orden. rrerafl a j. Larry Jansen gan I mente permiti un hit y sin ca-
su primer Juego desde la aper- rreras en los tres episodios que
tura de la temporada y perml- actu.
Los Tigres Volvieron a
Derrotar a Los Yanquis
En Once Episodios 6-5
Servicio de la Prensa Unida i a los Cachorros de Chicago por
I anotacin de 2 carreras a 1 so-
NEVA YORKLos Bravos bre los Dodgers de Brooklyn,
volvieron a ocupar el primer lu- Mientras tanto los Piratas
gar de la Liga Nacional cuando j humillaron a los Phillies por ano
el lanzador derecho Max Sur-
kont derrot a los Rojos de Cln-
clnattl por anotacin de 2 ca-
ucin de 9 carreras a 3.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R L JI
Seor Redactor: La Universidad
Necesite un Instructor Depor-
tivo.Estudiante Universitario
Inscrbete en la Asociacin
Deportiva Universitaria.
(Continuacin de laa noven
leccin sobre el concepto de la
forma corporal...)
Los griegos presentan figuras
arrogantes y livianas, llenas de
luz; Migual ngel y los de su
poca construyeron figuras gran
diosas y magnificas pero recar-
ti cuatro incogibles para dar a
los-neoyorquinos su sptima vic-
toria en sus ltimos partidos.
Hank Sauers empuj dos ca-
rreras en el primer episodio con
un Jonrn para dar el triunfo
En otro de los partidos de
ayer los Atlticos derrotaron a
los Medias Blancasp or anota-
cin de 9 carreras a 4.
No haban ms Juegos sea-
lados en este circuito.
Polvorazo, Blido y Golden Triumph
se destacan en el Clsico Sociedad
de Dueos de Caballos de Carreras
Chocarn en Barraza
y corresponde al
Circuito Mayor
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
GE, P. Pte.
PRI .............. 4 1 S t
Dep. Pern .......4 1 t 9
C. Remon.......... 4 1 3
Nacional ......... S 1 4 7
Mendosa ........... 3 4 C
Maana a las cuatro y media
en el cuadro de Barraza comen-
zar la segunda vuelta del Cam-
peonato del Ftbol Mayor del
Barrio del Chorrillo, con el par-
tido entre los equipos Deportivo
Pern en la primera vuelta. En
El Pern quien se encuentra
empatado en el sitio de honor
con los equipos Coronel Remn
y PRI. tratar de Imponerse ma-
ana para quedar solo en el
comando del torneo, mientras
que su rival luchar para salir
de la retaguardia.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Inglaterra venci a
Argentina por 2-1
hoy en ftbol
LONDRES, Mayo S (UP)In-
glaterra venci a Argentina por
dos tantos a uno, en el comen-
Cuando incurrimos en un
error nos gusta siempre acepta-
do y enmendarlo si es posible.
En dias pasados dimos a la luz
fibllca en esta columna una
nformacln en relacin con el
incidente ocasionado en Chitr
co el pelotero Sajur. Queremos
aclarar que la fuente de infor-
macin fu uno de los miem-
bros de nuestra Federacin Na-
cional quien asegur lo que no-
sotros dimos a conocer en esta
columna, pero diariamente me
encuentro con miembros de la
Embajada Beisbolera que concu-
rri a Chitr y nos han asegu-
ro lo que publicado por nosotros
no es cierto. Sanjur es hijo de.
una honorable familia y descen-
diente de un padre que es or-
gullo" del baseball, y ha quien
al igual que el pelotero Sanjur
le rogamos se sirvan aceptar
nuestras excusas.
Finaliza Esta Noche La
Serie Final Por El Cpto.
De Softball Comercial
Con dos juegos
Ricardo Oberfo reconocido como el mejor
jardinero del 89 Campeonato de Baseball
Labor Defensiva de los Jardi-
neros en el VIII Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
en Chitr.
Especial para
EL PANAMA-AMERICA
R. Oberto (COC) 17
C. Inls (H) 13
C. Gonzlez (P) 13
P. Osorio tH> 11
A. Quintero (CH) 10
O. Barrios (C) 7
J. Morris (SB)
A. Barker (P)
F. Lee (C)
M. Batista (LS)
P. Garca (SB)
E. Vlllarreal (LS)
El 19 del mes en curso el Gim
nasloi Nacional revestir sus me-
jores galas, para presentar la
inauguracin del Campeonato
Mayor Masculino de Basketball,
torneo ste que ser dlspustado'S. Him (V)
con cinco balanceados conjuntos i R. Caicedo (P)
siendo ellos Lord Chesterfield, W. Ramos (V)
Campen de la ltima tempora-
da. Mauricio, sub-Campen, Po-
lica NaclonaJ (Madurlto) que
ocup el tercer lugar y Bam y
Cyrnos que llegaron al final de
la contienda en ese orden. To-
dava nos es Imposible dar a
conocer nuestro pronstico so-
bre quien se adjudicar el ban-
dern de "Campen" en la tem-
porada que se avecina, ya que
J. Garca (8B)
A. Nez (SB)
E. Cam arena (V)
T. Me Kay (P)
Scantlebury (P)
J. Rodrguez (H)
J Cedeo (H)
D. Brown (8B)
I. Delliser (P)
L. Mata (H)
A. Vsquez (CH)
jtbol oue sos- i no conocemos las nminas de I D. Miller (C)
los equipos, Bam, Madurlto y E. Prince Por RDEME
El Clsico "Sociedad Dueos, nen a su cargo el papel sorpre-
gadas y encerradas en su propio e caballos de Carreras" debe | slvo.
yo como atormentadas. El he- resultar sumamente reido, ya; Phoebus Apollo reaparece
chb de que Miguel Angel cons- que todos los ejemplares que El ganador del ClsicoJ'Prest-
tryera sus estatuas Humanas1 competirn tienen opcin para
con una gran base de susten- obtener la victoria,
tacin se debe, segn Rodln, al
El caballo POLVORAZO
la semana pasada alcanz re
dente de la Repblica" Phoebus
Apollo reaparecer esta semana
en la clase "A" en una prueba
ue sobre una distancia, de 1300 me-
tros y por un premio de B. 1.000.
El magnifico caballo Ingls
hecho de que aquel escultor de-
seaba manifestar con ello la a-
lrmacln del hombre sobre sus nante victoria debe resultar fa-
valona morales frente a la ter-1 vorito para ganar esta carrera,' tendr como contrario difcil de
na observacin del todo pode- Tambin tiene gran opcin B- j vencer a Main Road, que fu
roso.(Fin de la Sa.) udo, Full y Golden Triumph que' uno de los ms destacados en el
estn cruzando plenitud de for-' clsico Presidente. Completan el
mas. Completan el lote Espar-1 lote Dictador, Plnard, Welsh
tao, Mimo y Gaywood que tie- Loch.
D Inters para los alumnos
Universitarios:
Lit disposicin de que solamen
te deben pagar dies centavos
los estudiantes en la Piscina
Olimpica, emana del Director de
Educacin Fsica. Por esta razn
fuimos a hacerle una visita a
dicho seor para ver qu se
poda hacer en bien de nues-
tros compaeros. En pocas pala-
bras nos dijo que se supona
que los estudiantes universita-
rios estaban en otro plan a los
estudiantes secundarlos. Noso-
tros le recordamos que la dispo-
sicin deca en general para los
estudiantes, y que al ser noso-
tros estudiantes deberamos pa-
gar esa suma. Que no era lgico
que se nos cobrara 20 centavos
como a los particulares; que si
l no estaba enterado de que
segn un senso universitario,
haba un crecido nmero sin
empleo dentro de esa casa de
estudios. Despus de tanto dis-
tir, no pudimos conseguir nada
a sabiendas de que hay particu-
lares que pagan 10 centavos.
Entonces le recordamos que no-
sotros tenamos una asociacin
deportiva universitaria que ha-
ra lo posible por dotar a sus
miembros de unos carnets para
identificarse como tales y que
dicha asociacin enviara una
nota para,solicitar se le cobrara
diez centavos a los miembros. El
nos respondi que quiz esa era
una buena medida porque asi se
nos hacia ms fcil que los es-
tudiantes universitarios de esa
asociacin pagaran los diez cen-
tavos y de esa manera salamos
ganando nosotros. En esa forma
salimos medio satisfecho hasta
cuando el asunto vaya a la me-
sa directiva de la A.D.U.P.
Con visible entusiasmo se inauguraron
las competencias de ftbol del Oratorio
Con visible entusiasmo se
Inauguraron las Competencias
del ftbol del Oratorio Festivo
con un programa de cinco par-
tidos, todos los cuales resulta-
ron reidos y movidos y fueron
presenciados por una numerosa
concurrencia.
El Lie. Manuel Roy, Director
del Departamento de Educacin
Fsica, dl el saque Inicial del
Juego de apertura de la Tempo-
rada de Campeonato del Orato-
rio Festivo entre los equipos
Don Bosco y Patria de la Quinta
Categora, triunfando los sale-
slanos por 4 tantos a 2.
Acompaaron al Lie. Roy en
este acto los estudiantes depor-
tistas F. Villanueva, M. Hidalgo,
M. Poveda y otros.
En el segundo partido de la
maana y de la misma cate-
gora, el Santa Fe derrot al
Legionario por S a 2.
En los tres Juegos de la tarde
de la sexta categora, Patria y
Don Bosco empataron a 0 tan-
tos, y Alacranes y Fortuna ni-
velaron acciones a 0 tantos; en
el tercer encuentro el Avispa
le gan al Legionario por 2 a 1.
Los partldosp ara el prximo
domingo son:
QUINTA CATEGORA
En la maana
Mayor Harrison vs Santa Marta
Cervecera vs Patria
Bosco vs Legionario
8EXTA CATEGORA
En la tarde
Patria vs Fortuna
Alacranes vs Bosco
San Luis vs Avispa
les.
T
MiUESTAftES
Dft
*ifyJo-3"
Alivia loa aaaWnrai tomando PEPTO-BISMOL.
Mudan ladica lo rocomioodan. Y
quo PEPTO-BISMOL tiana
grato aafcor, jorco accin aadanta,
y no oa ni alcalino ni laxanta.
Cuando aiaatta analoataraa dol aato-
anago, pida oa la farmacia
PEPTO-BISMOL.
ES W PRODUCTO NORWICH.
Argentina e Inglaterra se enfrentan
hoy en un comentado partido de ftbol
LONDRES, Mayo 9 (UP)Hoy) form que sus Jugadores usarn
se enfrentan en uno de los en- tacos especiales en los zapatos,
cuentros ms comentados y debido a lo pasado de la cancha,
esperados del ftbol mundial, En este partido se vern en
los equipos de Argentina e In- accind os escuelas distintas de
glaterra en el Estadio de Wem- ftbol, la vieja de los ingleses
bley. | y la nueva de los argentinos.
Se considera esta como la Gran expectacin existe por
primera vez que se miden los este partido en el mundo ente-
equipos de Argentina e Inglate-
rra, donde adems los Ingleses
defendern el honor de no ha-
ber perdido nunca frente a un
onceno del extranjero en su cua-
dro.
El entrenador del equipo ar-
gentino, Guillermo Stabile, in-
ro, y se calcula que una concu-
rrencia record presenciar este
cotejo en el Estadio de Wembley.
Se considera que la linea de-
lantera da loa sudamericanos
causar sensacin, mientras que
los ingleses confan especial-
mente en su linea meda.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
tuvieron esta tarde en el Estadio
de Wembley.
El encuentro result reido y
movido, y los Ingleses se Impu-
sieron en la segunda mitad del
encuentra
El partido comenz a las 3.05
E.m. (hora de Londres) y am-
os equipos efectuaron cambios
en sus lineas a ltima hora.
Los argentinos les toc el pri-
mer saque, y la lucha comenz
fuer' con acciones alternadas
por ambos bandos, pero los ar-
gentinos en una rpita entrada,
recogi la bola Labruna pasn-
dosela a Boye que remat con un
fuerte tiro, dejando sin opdrtu-
nldad al guardameta Ingls Wi-
lliams, anotando los argentinos
su primer goal a los 18 minutos
de juegos.
El partido continu rpido des
tacndose la labor del centro
medio Ingls Taylor, quien Inter-
cept peligrosas entradas de los
sudamericanos, terminando el
irimer tiempo 1 a 0 a favor de
os Argentinos.
En la segunda mitad los In-
gleses presionaron fuertemente
y estuvieron acosando en forma
ellgrosa la puerta argentina.
Cyrnos.
M. Morris (8B)
N. Hayans (8B>
Cumberbatch (P) 1
O. Garca (LS) 1
M. Barsallo (D) 1
1 18
1 14
0 13
1 12
0 10
2 9
3
0
3
1
3
0
1
0
o
o
1
o
1
o
o
2
0
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000,
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
Domnguez (LS) 1 0 1 1.000
H. Dayle (BT) 1 0 1 1.000
H. Castillo (V) 1 0 1 1.000
A. Adames (V) 10 1 1.000
R. Greenald BT 11 2 14 .929
C. Him (V) 12 1 14 .929
J. Recuero (D) 12 1 13 .923
A. Vargas (LS) 10 1 12 .917
G. Knowles (C) 8 1 10 .900
D. Ozorio (COC) 9 0 10 .900
S. Arlas (LT) 15 1 18 .889
pomngue* (LS) 8 0 9 .889
B. Checa (CH) 8 18 .875
L. Brown (BT) 7 q, 8 .875
S. Moreno (CH) 6 0 7 .859
Pedraschl (COC) 2 18 .833
O. Barahona COC 2 14 .750
A. Garca (V) 7 1 11 .727
J. Avis W. Barnes (BT) 2 2 8 .887
B. Valda (SB) 0 0 1 .000
Hernndez (COC) 0 0 1 .000
Martnez (COC) 0 0 1 .000
C. Vsquez (LS) 0 0 1 .000
F. Castaedas D 0 0 1 .000
D. Peralta (D) 0 0 1 .000
P. Vargas (CH) 0 0 1 .000
R Pinzn (V) 0 0 1 .000
Siguen con todo entusiasmo
los entrenamientos de los equi-
pos Femeninos de Basketball que
se aprestan a tomar parte en
la prxima justa y son Isabel
O. Jimnez, Tito Reyes, Eva de
Pern, Sastrera Crdenas y
Universidad. Todas las tardes
desde las cinco en adelante se
pueden observar en el Gimnasio
Nacional, los enfrenamientos de La Federacin Nacional de
las canasteras del sexo femenino putbol en su prxima reunin
que estn dispuestas a militar. deber acordar importantes a-
Abrevlaturas: PO.-Put Outs;
A-Aslstencla; E-Errores; TCH-
Total de Chances; AVE.-Avera-
1.000 COC-Cocl; H-Herrera; P-Ta-
1.000 nam; CH-Chlrlqu; C-Coln;
1.000 SB-San Blas; LS-Los 8antos; V-
1.000 Verasuas B.-Bocas del Toro y D.
000 Darln.
1.000
1.000 Jos de las M. Mues
1.000' Complldor Oficial...
Importantes asuntos tiene para la
Dxma. reunin la Federacin de Ftbol
en la justa. El Isabel O. .Timo-
nes es el equipo que aos atrs
se llam Colmena.
Suiza entr a la
segunda vuelta
de la Copa Davis
LAUSANfc, Suiza Mayo 9 >V
P.)Suiza entr en la segunda
.legando a frza tres "corners! vuelta de la zona europea por
en tres minutos, y a los 35 mi-1 la Copa Davls al ganar el par-
nutos de Juego Morg empat tido de parejas a Luxemburgo,
el juego al rematar una Jugada lo que le ha dado una ventaja
suntos para que ese deporte
contine mejorando y la organi-
zacin de dicha entidad se man-
tengan firme y en condiciones
de seguir laborando con honra-
dez y nobleza para positivo pro-
vecho del Balompi.
Segn se dej ver en la pa-
sada reunin, el HD. Ing. Nor-
berto Navarro Presidente de la
Federacin de Panam, y el
seor Marco Mendoza, de Coln
Fiscal de la misma entidad, pre-
sentarn renuncia de su respec-
tivos cargos y considerando ,que
con la cabeza.
Esto alent ms los Ingleses
que siguieron presionando, pero
de 3 a 0.
La pareja Suiza formada por
ET arg8enUnos "se defendan "con I PMl omM :T **"'xembueue'
xlto, con todo faltando 3 mi-1 "ot a tHj)*J*gtoQm-
ra finalizar el encuen- sa de Jean Wampach y Gezi
utos pa
tro, Mllburn anot el segundo
tanto para los Ingleses que per-
miti darles el triunfo sobre los
argentinos por 2 a 1.
Casi se vuelca una
chiva en Calzada
Larga el da tres
i
Hemos recibido la siguiente car-
ta pata su publicacin:
Calzada Larga 4 de Mayo de
1951
Seor Director de
La "os del Interior
"El Panam Amrica",
Ciudad.
Estimado Seor ,
Por medio de la presente !e
pido c,ue tenga a bien de pup-
earme la presente.
FJ ia 3 de Mayo a las 3 *.m.
hora en que la chiva que tras-
porta a los agricultores de la
poblacin de Calzada Larga es-
tuvo a pocos pasos de cau-ar
la' muerte a varios de ellos, en-
tre 'os cuales venan unos ni-
os, es la causa de este acci-
dente la demora del Seor Con*
tralor para firmar la compra
del material que servirla pra
la reparacin del puente ya que
hace varias semanas recibi de
mano del Ministro de Obras P-
blica el Informe de los gastos
necesarios para la reparacin
de' ete. El puente cuenta con
bases de hierro las cuales no
hay necesidad nada ms que
cambiar por completo las d-i-
mip.ites del mismo.
Ncg preguntamos espera el
seor Contralor que este pue-
blo quede enlutado para correr
a firmar el gasto de la com-
pn3tura del puente o firmarA
este hoy o cuando, esperaino-
nes de una contestacin a la
presente?
Tas habitantes del lugar coo-
peraremos en la conctruccicn
de Cote tan pronto el material
lkgue.
La entrada del Invierno no
perm.tir por ninguna manera
la reparacin de este por lo
cual es muy necesario que sea
lo ms pronto posible-
Agradeciendo la atencin pre*
tado a la presente le quedadnos
altamente agradecido el pucoio
de Calzada Larga.
Su Atento Seguro Servidor
Ciarlos F. Roi.oit
Secretario Pro Mejora del
Pueblo
Tito Castro, Domingo Sania-
nlego Faustina Peres Jos I. Ic-
m (uiUermo Pelo Gregorio
I.uerue, Benardlno Castre, Nar-
ria* Palma, Francisco Brenes,
Modesto Brenes.
Wertheim
8-2.
por 3-6, 7-9, 8-3 y
~i------------:;----------;
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jnegos de SANTA RITA.
en el campo de
Santa Rita
Esta noche terminar la wrle >
final por el campeonato de la-
Liga Comercial de softball con
el tercer doble juego entre los
equipos:
Caf Duran vs C. del Conejea
Pateo vs Matas Cernid
La serie se esta llevando A >
cabo en una forma bastante in-
teersante y en la apertura da
la serle el Matas Cerrud drro
t al Control del Comejn eitre*
chmente por 13 carreras a 12.
Mientras que el Pateo venca,
fcilmente al Caf Duran por lav
abultada anotacin de 23 carre-
ras a 13.
El equipo campen de este cir-
cuito sofbolero se har acreedor
a un bello trofeo donado por
Don Toms G. Duque.
a la Provincia de Chlrlqui le
falta tambin un miembro en la
Directiva la Federacin tendra
que llamar a un Congreso de
Delegados para completar la Di-
rectiva justamente con un mlem
bro por cada una de las Pro-
vincias de Chlrlqui Coln y Pa-
nam.
Completan la Directiva de la
Federacin Daniel Delgado de
Coln, vicepresidente; Antonio
Grahut de Panam, Tesorero;
y Luis Ardlnes por Chlrlqui, Se-
cretario..
Los Delegados de las Ligas
Provinciales ante la Federacin
son! Dr. Juan Nicosia por Pa-
nam, Carlos Tamayo por Coln,
Chlrlqui no tiene actualmente
su Representante.
Entre los otros asuntos se en-
cuentran. Gira al exterior. Se-
leccin Nacional, Informe de
Tesorera, Campeonatos Nacio-
nales, Reconocimientos de Ligas
Provinciales, etc.
Discuten hoy las
bases del torneo
menor de basket
Esta tarde a" las 1.00 ae dis-
cuten las bases para el torneo
de Basketball Menor masculino,
en reunin que celebrarn todo
los representantes de equipos y
el Comisionado de Baloncesto
Menor en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Los equipos que deben hacer-
se representar en esta reunin
son el Dep. Carlos Eleta, Bam
Jr. Centenario, Rebeldes, Puerta
15. Madurlto, ptica Sosa. Peli-
mex Elisa Barrera Cela Gonz-
lez Taboca Pan Americana Eva
Pern Atlhetlco Carbonll Orion
Incognitos Parque Leevre y Pe*
slcola asi como cualquier otro
que desee tambin participar,
estando en la obligacin todo*
los equipos que no han presen-
tado su nmina de Jugadoras
firmadas, llevarla a sata reu-
nin.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
LIGA PROV DE BASEBALL
v"' Tiene1 tina Importante sesin
esta noche a las ocho en Ja re-
sidencia de su Presidente (calla
17 Oeste casa No. 24) Se pide
puntual asistencia a todos sus
miembros ya que se tratar*
asuntos de vital importancia, es-
pecialmente a los peloteros ca*
pltallnos que actuaron en Chi-
tr.

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