The Panama American

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

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, B. P.. FRIDAY, MAT 11, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Shooting Over: Panama Back To Normal
Europe Puzzled
By Senate Vote
On Trade Halt
LONDON, May 11 (UP)West-
ern Europe was thrown Into a
quandary tqday by the United
States Senate decision which
may force it to halt billions or
dollars worth of trade with the
Communist bloc In Europe
No two nations were hit the
same way by the Senate's vote
to cut off economic aid to any
country shipping strategic mat-
erials behind the Iron Curtain.
Some, like France, said they
''* were shipping no strategic mat-
erials in the first place.
Others, like the United States
zone In West Germany, said they
had thrown a lasso round legal
trade only to find carloads of
strategic materials escaping to
the East Illegally.
Others, like Norway and Bri-
tain, differed from the United
States on which materials were
strategic. .. .,
A Swedish spokesman said his
country was Independent of
United States aid.
No European country was pre-
Britain Still In
Favor Of Handing
Formosa To Reds
LONDON, May 11 (UP) For-
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison
sSl today Britain still favors
handing Formosa to the Chinese
Communists, but not till peace
has bee achieved In Korea.
He said Britain still subscrib-
ed to the Cairo Declaration of
1943 which awarded Formosa to
the "Repabllc of China*
pared to go along with Thomas
E. Dewey's proposal of an em-
bargo with all trade with East-
ern Europe.
All wanted to know where they
would get the vital materials not
now coming from* Eastern Eu-
rope If current trade agreements
were repudiated either by the
West In compliance with United
States demands, or by the East
In anger at the West's failure to
Uve up to the pacts. *
These agreements are gener-
ally long term treaties, and bas-
ed on a fundamental fact of the
geography of Europe Western
Europe has the industries, but
Eastern Europe his the raw mat-
erials.
Arabs, Anti-Zion
Supporters Fight
In N.Y. Streets
NEW YORK, May U (UP) -
Arabs and anti-Znonlsts tangled
with Israeli supporters outside
Madison Square garden last
night during a speech by Is-
rael's premier David Ben Gur-
lon. ..
About 200 pickets paraded at
the meeting started to -cele-
brate the third anniversary of
Israel's Independence.
First fights broke out between
the pickets and an overflow
crowd from the auditorium, who
were on the sidewalk listening
to Ben Ourlon's speech through
loudspeakers.
KAMON EHRMAN, above, Chief of the Department of Press
and Radio of the Ministry of Government and Justice, on.a
stretcher en route to Santo Tomas Hospital after yesterday's
shooting in the Presidencia. He has three bullet wounds:
one In the right leg. one In the hip and one In his back.
Below: this woman was one of the first of the wounded to
arrive at Santo Tomas. Roberto Annuizola. the father of Dr.
Arias' aide, is In the background.
BLOODSTAINED, DISHEVELLED but uninjured, Dr. Arnulfo Arlas stands with his wife.Mrs.
Matilde Linares de Arias, raising his hand to police acceptinn: his surrender on the Presiden-
cia steps yesterday aYternoon Center foreground Is Major Timoteo Melendez, commander of
the victoriouspoUce forces which all' afternoon exchanged bitter fire with the Arnulflstas be-
sieged in the Presidencia In the most torrid fighting Panama has known.__________________
Relief Planes
See One Priest
In Quake Town
BULLETIN: Two additional
C-4Ts from Albrook AFB are
leaving: this afternoon for El
Salvador carrying more radio
equipment, supplied by the
USARCARD3. The equipment
wiU be delivered to the chief
of the Army mission for use in
the present earthquake relief.
One lone, black-robed priest
was walking in the streets of
flattened Jucuapa. El Salvador,
yesterday morning when Canal
Zone planes carrying relief sup-
plies flew over the town.
Members o the flight mission,
which returned late yesterday
from the Salvadorlan capital,
brought back the first eye-wit-
ness account of the damage done
by the quakes earlier this week.
Outside Jucuapa, an Air Force
officer said, there were a large
number of refugees. But the
priest was the only person Inside
the town. Jucuapa and Chlname-
Ca "each about two-thirds of the
area of David. RP." are "pretty
well smashed." he said. The a-
dobe huts which made up most of
the housing have disintegrated.
Residents of the earthquake a-
rea near a high extinct volcano
declare that they have felt earth
rumblings which they fear means
a volcanic outbreak.
But the observers In the Canal
Zone planes could see no smoke
or new fissures in either the old
7.000 foot volcano or an adjacent
4,500 foot peak. y
Four planes. Instead of the
scheduled three, made up yester-
day's flight. An Army communi-
cations team, with equipment,
was left In Salvador. No local Red
Cross officials accompanied the
flight but Frita Slgerlst, Inter-
national Red Cross representa-
tive, is expected In Salvador today
from Ecuador.
And while the Zone planes were
on the Salvadorlan field, a Cuban
aircraft, bringing Red Cross per-
sonnel and supplies arrived from
Havana. ., .. .
The Red Cross Is asking that
any tents and bedding which
may have been left from relief
supplies in Ecuador and Bolivia
be sent to Salvador.
Occupied Japan's
First Spy Trial
Opens With Clash
TOKYO, May 11 (UP) Oc-
cupied Japan's first spy trial be-
gan today with a brief skirmish
between the 18 defendants and |
club-swinging United States
military policemen.
Sixteen Koreans and two Jap-
anese, accused of supplying mil-
itary Information to the North
Korean authorities, physically
resisted military police efforts to
hang numbered identification
cards round their neck.
One screamed: "I am not a
dog or, a cat."
Final compromise was to pin
the cards on the defendants
lapels. ___ .
4,800 Local-Rate Armed Forces Workers
In Canal Zone Gef 5 -c Hourly Pay Hike
Pay raises of five cents an hour have been author-
ised for approximately 4,800 non-U.S. employes of the
armed forct in the Canal Zone. The pay raises become
effective oni'Sunday. .
Authorisation for the payment of the wae increases
was received last night from Washington by the last of
the services affected. Other authorisations had been re-
ceived earlier bnt had been held up pending Instructions
to all three. ,
Approximately 3,000 of the employes work for the
Army, 1,300 for the Navv and 4*0 for the Air Force.
Similar pay raises were made effective for about
14,800 local rate employes of The Panama Canal-Railroad
organisation on April 22.__________^____________________
Rabies Outbreaks Compel
CZ Watch On Dogs, Cats
A four-month quarantine un-
der veterinary Inspection has
been placed on all dogs and cats
brought Into the Canal Zone
from points outside the Isthmus
of Panama, MaJ. Oen. George W.
Rice, Health Director, announced
today.
The quarantine Is being im-
posed as a resi'It of the outbreak
of rabies repoi4ed in nearby
Central and South American
countries, one of the Islands of
the Caribbean, and certain local-
ities In the United States.
The Isthmus of. Panama has
been free of rabies for a known
period of at least 30 years, the
Health Director said, although
two deaths from the disease have
occurred in this area as a result
of bites from infected animals
elsewhere. The last to occur was
that of a young Army officer who
was bitten by a mad dog In Ni-
caragua.
For the past several years the
regulations on the importation of
domestic pets Into the Canal
Zone have required a quarantine
of six months although they
have been released from deten-
tion two months after arrival. It
has also been a practice during
the past few years to waive the
two-month detention period In
the cases of hunting and racing
PC Employe Charged
With White Slaving
For Servicemen
A "white slave" charge was
placed today in Balboa Magis-
trate's Court against Alfred Cor-
nelius Lenon, 30, Panamanian
employe of the Pacific Locks.
The charge was signed by Gra-
dv Robertson. Zone police officer
who has been on special detail
work since the robbery of the
Paraso Clubhouse. It alleges
that on March 5 Lenon transport-
ed In his car one Olga Cunning-
ham, driving her to Mlraflores
Street In Pedro Miguel for pur-
noses of "prostitution and de-
bauchery."
Police said that the charge in
effect, was one of "procuring"
the girl for the use of servicemen
Woodrow de Castro will appear
"s Lenon's attorney at the pre-
mtnary hearing which is set
ur Tuesday. Bail has been set at
?500.
dogs, or others which had been
recently lnnoculated against
rabies.
The animals to be placed In
quarantine will be at the ken-
nels at Corozal Quarantine Sta-
tion and will be under supervi-
sion of a veterinarian of the
Health Bureau.
A charge of 50 cents a day Is
made for all animals held In
quarantine at the Corozal Sta-
tion.
Calm has been restored in Panama today, with the key-
note one of mourning for the 15 who died in this week's vio-
lence.
The total of injured came to 194.
Funerals for Major Lezcano Gomez, Chief of the Presi-
dential Guard, and Lieut. Juan Flores, officer of the same
guard, were set for this afternoon.
The Presidencia itself was a pock-marked mass of yester-
day's battle between ex-President Arnulfo Arias' supporters
and the police.
The national government of President Alcibiades Arose^
mena was operating from the Foreign Ministry Buildings.

PRR Resumes
Train Runs ,
Into Panama
Ridgway Becomes
General of Armies
WASHINGTON, May 11 (UP)
The Senate unanimously ap-
proved the promotion of Lt. Gen.
Matthew B. Ridgway, Gen. Doug-
las MacArthur's successor a
Commander of United Nations
forces in Korea, to the rank of
four-star general.
The Senate acted quickly after
Sen. Harry P. Cain, R., Wash.,
brought the Nomination to the
floor on behalf of the Senate
Armed Services Committee Wed-
nesday.
Under Its usual procedure, Cain
said, the Committee holds up
promotions for generals at least
a week. But he said lt was felt
there was no need for a delay
In the case of Ridgway who, he
said, had proved nls "capacity
and his courage in the face of
the enemy."
Taft Flays Truman
For Employing 'Ruse'
WASHINGT.\N, Uff 11 (UP)
Senator Robert A. Taft said
today that the Truman Admin-
istration Is using the Russian-
Red China defense pact as a
ruse to Justify the firing of
General Douglas MacArthur.
Balboa Tides
1 Saturday, May 12, 1951
HIGH tOW
741 a.m. 1:31 UB.
J7:49 p-in. ^ __ 1:56 pan.
Beginning with arrival of the
southbound train about 11 a.m.
today the Panam Railroad re-
sumed operations Into Panam
City and Coln.
The early morning trains In
both directions had terminated
at Balboa and Mount Hope.
Other functions of The Pan-
am Canal-Railroad in the Re-
public, such as garbage collec-
tions, street cleaning and other
sanitary operations, were back
on an almost normal basis. The
MED Division office In the capit-
al was reopened.
The Cristobal schools, however,
all of which are located In New
Cristobal, are not reopening until
Monday. The basketball game
scheduled for tonight In the
Cristobal High School gym will
be played. Most Panam students
In other CZ schools were back In
their classrooms.
At 12:30 p.m. Panam City,
Coln and the trans-Isthmian
highway were still off limits to
military personnel. Canal Zone
police this morning had with-
drawn all their extra men on
border patrol and the normal
force was at work, augmented
by one roving patrolman on mo-
torcycle.
Canal Zone police reported
that a considerable number of
Panam City residents were still
staying with friends and relatives
In the Canal Zone although only
two or three of these were poli-
tical refugees.
The police also reported no
border incidents after late yes-
terday afternoon when close to
a score of bullets fell Inside the
Canal Zone along the Fourth of
July-Tlvoll Avenue boundary.
One bullet, The Panam Am-
erican learned, penetrated two
walls of room 265 at the Hotel
Tivoll, breaking a waterplpe. The
room was assigned to MSaclln
Benagh, Jr., but he was not in it
at the time. He later claimed the
bullet as a souvenir.
Other bullets were reported
from the section near the Dis-
trict Courthouse, the Limits, the
Ancon postofflce corner. Cable
Heights and the Ancon dispen-
sary where one rlcbchetted off a
tree between the building and
the dispensary garage.
The Municipal Council met this
morning to appoint a new Mayor
of Panama City. After a short
discussion, former Mayor Alber-
to Navarro was reinstated.
Most of the stores on Central
Avenue are open.
Workmen were busy repairing
damaged store fronts.
Ex-President Arias Is still be-
ing detained by the police on
orders of the National Assembly.
If any charges are preferred
against him, these will be de-
termined later by duly consti-
tuted authority.
Few officials or leaders of pa-
triotic groups could be con-
tacted for statements today, but
the consensus of opinion was
that the country's radio stations,
and the groups of women who
protested had done a major part
of the patriotic action necessary
to achieve reinstatement of the
1946 constitution.
Women also had been aclve In
the support of Arias.
Orders for the release of all
women who were being held in
connection with disorders of the
past 24 hours were given this
morning by Panama's new pres-
ident. Alcibiades Arosemena.
The President said that the Di-
plomatic Corps had asked for
freedom for Mrs. Arnulfo Arias
but that the former President's
wife had said that she will stay
with her husband who is impris-
oned in the Central Police sta-
tion.
In one of his first official acts
this morning, the new President
named Rodolfo U. Castrellon as
his aide and Dr. Eduardo Rltter
Aislan his private secretary.
Members of the cabinet, named
last night are: Miguel Aneel Or-
donez (PRA). Minister of Gov-
ernment and Justice; Ignacio J.
.Molino. (Liberal) Foreign Rela-
tions, a post which he had held
under the late President Domln
go Diaz: Ricardo J. Bermudez
(Patriotic Front). Education;
Victor Navas (Renovador). Fin-
ance; David Samudlo, (Liberal
Nacional). Agriculture, Com-
merce and Industry; Juan de Ar-
co Galindo (PNR). Public Health:
Norberto Navarro (PRI) Public
Works and Jose Manuel Vrela.
, General Secretary for the Presi-
dencia.
Reds Stiffen
Along Korean
Battlefront
Ancon PTA Meetiw?
Postponed to Tuesday
The May meeting of the An-
con P. T. A., called for last Tues-
day, has been postponed until
Tuesday, Mav 15. The report of
the Nominating Committee will
be heard, and officers elected for
the next term.
TOKYO, May 11 (UP) There
was ominous stiffening of Red
resistance along the 100-mile Ko-
rean front today.
Tank and Infantry teams stab-
bing out In front of the main
United Nations line came under
Increasing fire.
Reconnaissance planes report-
ed fresh Red troops, tanks and
guns moving Into position.
The Communists appeared
about to launch the second round
of their spring offensive.
Concentrations Indicated the
Red blow might be launched
again at the central front, the
sector in which they broke
through two weeks ago for gains
of up to 40 miles.
Close support fighter-bombers
blasting the buildup came under
more concentrated anti-aircraft
fire than formerly. Reconnais-
sance planes were constantly fir-
ed upon.
Many of the central front re-
inforcements are believed to have
been shifted from northwest of
Seoul, where the Reds have hol-
ed up behind defensive mine-
fields.
______________I____
Pistol Packing R.I.
Mammies Gel What
They Go After
CHARLESTON, Rhode' Island,
May 11 (UP) Three young
women were accused by a 25-
year-old businessman here to-
day of forcing him at knife point
to have sexual relations with one
of them.
The women Identified them-
selves as two sisters and a friend.
They have been Jailed to await
trial on rape charges.
State police say the three
women were given a ride from
Providence by the man, who wae
motoring off on a fishing trip.
One of the two girls riding ia
the front seat produced a knife.
He was forced into the back seat
while they drove to a lonely road
and stopped the car.
There the girl In the back seat
forced him to have sexaul rela-
tions with her while the girls in
the front seat held a knife at
his throat.
He was then robbed of $10.
WITH ARMS HELD HIGH, a group of PRA women start their walk to JalL


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Marshall: MacArtlmr's Policy Carried
Danger Of Mass A-Bomb Raids On US Cities
/RIDAY, MAT 11, II
TERKT
WHAT'S IN A HOME!
By John L. Steele
WASHINGTON, May 11 (UP) Dtf.nsi S.crtrary
Gtorgt C. Marshall said ytsrerday th United States is
'*not in a position" to follow Gon. Douglas MacArthur's
Kortan war proposals because it is not strong enough to
risk World War III.
But he told Senators investigating MacArthur's dis-
missal that this country must "never yield" to Chinese
Communist demands for a United Nations seat and should
refuse even to discuss giving Formosa to the Reds.
He made the statements before the Senate Armed
Services-Foreign Relations Committee as Chairman Rich-
ard B. Russell, D., Go., reported that the hearings will
continue "all summer" if necessary to get testimony bear-
m ing on the bitter Far East policy fight.

- Marshall was questioned by
~~ Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, D.. Tex.,
about MacArthur's proposals for
air and sea attacks on Chinese
I Communist bases and for using
Chinese Nationalist troops In
battle. Mac Arthur said Adminis-
tration claims this might touch
off World War III were "defeat-
Inn."
Marshall replied that the Ad-
raiaistration program for a
"contained war" Is the "only
practical one." H general war
should come, he warned, there
U aerious danger of mass atom
bomb raids against American
cities. He said this is one reason
MacArthar's Ideas were reject-
ed.
"We are gathering our strength
s>s rapidly as we can and we cer-
tainly do not want to become in-
volved in a world struggle at any
time and certainly not prior to
the time we are reasonably pre-
pared to meet it." he said.
- "Do you think that we are pre-
sently prepared to meet It?"
'Johnson asked.
"lam quite certain we are not,"
Marshall replied.
Under step-by-tep questioning
by fien. Wavne Morse, R.. Ore..
Marshall said that United States
is short of trained military men
and modern equipment. Its West-
ern European Allies, he added,
are Uj much worse shape.
The defense chief also said
that:
1) He came in contact with no
pro-Communists or supporters
of the Chinese Reds in the State
Department while he was Secre-
tary of State and President Tru-
man's special representative to
China in 1945-47.
2) Russia probably would be
"compelled" to intervene in the
Korean war If Communist China
la attacked because of her mu-
tual defense pact with the Chn-
ete Reds. Otherwise. Marshall
aaffi. the Soviets would lose face
among their satellites.
? i Differences among U.S. of-
ficials on China policy had noth-
ing "whatsoever" to do with Mac-
Arthur's dismissal. Sen. H. Alex-
ander Smith. R.. Neb., sought to
show a "conflict of views" with-
in tht Administration on China
da Ing back to World War II.
4) Speaking from a Defense
Department viewpoint, he "ve-
S frankly" is net satisfied with
e wobllUatUn program. He
referred specifically to the de-
say of Cows rets in acting on the
Draft-Universal Military Train-
ing BUI. He said all Defense
Department planning is based
on the manpower program.
Smith questioned Marshall at
length about his unsuccessful
1948-47 mission to end the civil
v.r between the Chinese Nation-
alists and the Chinese Reds. Tht
Senator suggested that aome
State Department officials re-
garded the Chinese Communists
at "aeraran reformers" rather
than outright Reds.
Marshall said he had no such
impression of the State Depart-
ment. But he testified that John
Carter Vincent, former State De-
partment foreign affairs chief,
helped prepare the policy direc-
tives for hit mission. Republicans
have accused Vincent of being
"soft" toward Communism.
Smith also brought up the
ajuestion of Formosa and Red
China's demand for a United Na-
tions seat. He asked whether
Marshall thought the United
tatts should resort to a veto If
an attempt Is made to aeat Red
China in the United Nations.
Marshall first said "that is the
very decided Impression I have,
at the present time."
When Smith asked whether the
United States should "exercise"
the veto, Marshall said he did not
want to get Into the "technical"
part of that, but "we should cer-
tainly never yield to It."
Under questioning by Morse,
Marshall said that a U.S. naval
blockade of Pert Arthur. Man-
churla, where Russia was giv-
en special rights under the Yal-
ta agreement, might bring So-
viet retaliation. He alt* said it
would run counter te British
"open port" principals and
might Imperil America's rela-
tions with its Allies.
Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper,
R., la., contended that the Uni-
ted States had taken bigger risks
of war with Russia In launching
the Berlin airlift and supporting
the Atlantic Pact than It would if
MacArthur's policies were fol-
lowed.
Marshall replied that in those
cases "we literally had no choice
either the United States acted
or the continent of Europe would
be overrun."
Marshall said U.S. ground forc-
es in Korea have suffered "in a
rather remote way" from failure
to bomb Chinese bases and com-
munications, but In turn they
have not been subjected to air
attacks and have had "tremen-
dous protection" from U.S/
planes.
Hickenlooper suggested that
Marshall's statement "may ap-
peal to some as saying; that
American lives are expendable"
when the United States has the
air power to hit the enemy's sup-
ply lines "where he replenishes
himseM."
"If by hitting those supplies
which "we do not think have vi-
tally affected the campaign we
hazard a general war," Marshall
said, "then I think the American
people are on the side of the De-
fense Department the Chiefs of
Staff and the civilian authority
of the Government."
Balboa Gas Station
Changes Sales Hours
The Balboa Heights Gasoline
Station will be open for business
an hou rlonger on Sundays, Wed-
nesdays and holidays and will
close a halt hour earlier on other
days, it was announced at Balboa
Heights.
The new hours go Into effect
Sunday.
On Wednesdays. Sundays and
holidays, the station will be open
from 6:30 a.m. to noon.
The selling hours will be from
6: SO a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday,
Tuesday. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.
The extra selling hour on Wed-
nesdays. Sundays and holidays
has been added In response to
suggestions from patrons of the
station.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA) Alai,
La"d. I'm about to tattle-tale, Is
a "fraldy-cat."
Fearless, dauntless Alan btgun
to treail-e hard and confessed:
"I just run when those pictures
came on'"
He'il be watching an old movie
on his home screen, Alan said )n
a strained voice, when suddenly
he's right there with the other
actors as a bartender, a sidewalk
pedestrian crossing right In front
of Kasil Rathbone.
It's all he can do to choke down
an "Eek!"
He's his own "The Thing" In
frot-.t of the video box.
At the big movie palaces he's a
star.
Or. the smaller-than-llfe olr-
fcult he's a bit player.
He wailed:
"T did bits and featured parte
In 70 or 8C pictures before I be-
came a rtnr. They'll all be on te-
levision sooner or later. Republic
has rom* dandles that they can
take out of the mothballs. Ugh."
He's downright embarrassed t-
bout his fans seeing him at a
hur.gry-Jooklng. bouncing, eager-
beaver actor.
He'd sooner, he mattered, pass
aroand his baby pictures.
The Lndd style of telling a mo-
vie doll that he is measuring her
job for a slab in the morgue had
not Jellec" in those pre-TV days
and ht hadn't learned to bring;
his voice up from around the area
of his belt buckle.
Nobody thought he could meiv-
ace a canarv bird until photogra-
pher Bert Kopperl sprayed some
oil en hif. face, told him to scow:
and popped the flash bulbs.
Alan shivered and said:
"Tht; still pictures helped me
get the part In 'This Gun for
Hire.' I'd have been sunk without
ihem. The director took one look I
at me and said. 'But this tough guy and you look like you
are about to say, Tennis anyone."
"Ever since then I've been in
the position where I have to be
a l.t'.ic tough with the dames.
Once you hit something like this,
you have to stick pretty close to
have jarred him. bat the movie
fan saagattet editors aren't let-
ting him slip away tt a hideout
until the thing blows over. An A-
lan Ladd story is still worth 19 Sir
Laurence Olivier yarns to them
aad a color shot of Alan stripped
to the waist sells magazines like
tights sell a Betty Grable movie.
Alan furrowed hit brow about
actors who quip:
"Hey, the funniest thing hap-
pened. A fan magazine just came
out without a story on Alan
Ladd."
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BY OSWALD JACOB Y
Written fee NEA Service
type no matter how you'd like to
change.
"People say I'm frozen-faced,"
Alar, winced.
"It's net that at all. How cast I
come into a roam and smile when
the script says, 'He walks in with
a glum look on his face'? I fought
to do 'The Great Gattby' tt prove
I could do something tasa. One of
ay fans wrote me a letter and
said that the had tnltyed the
picture. And the added: 'Now
that Ytn've gotten this tat tf
your system, please gt back to
playinr tough guys.' *
There wont be any change in
Alan's movie roles again, he ad-
mit.-d. until the "For Rent" rtgn
goej up or. his dtessing room dooi
at Paramount late In 1952.
That a when he'll be a free-
lance star except tor a one-a-
year movie commitment at Wrr-
ners. and in a position to Drove
that he can laugh it up like Ca-
ry Grant
He's busting to do comedy.
Not the "Pardon me, ducness.
but didn't you drop an anchovy
down your plunging neckline?"
variety.
Says Alan:
"I want a type of situation com-
edy, like 'It Happened One Nignr.'
I've always wanted to do comedy,
but they haven't let me. Not that
I have any illusions about my a-
billly .is an actor. I juat wans io
do pictures that people will en-
Joy."
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Florida Would Cut
Tax Aid If Colleges
Wore Unsogrogated
By BARBARA FRTE
TAIXAHAS8BK, Fla.. May 11
(UP)The Florida House of Re-
presentatives voted to withdraw
support of public tax money
from three State universities in
the event laws segregating
whites from Negroes art repeal-
ed or overruled.
Rep. Woodrow Melvln of Santa
Rota Count/ author, explained:
"This amendment merely says
that of the day comes that the
United States Supreme Court
makes us put Negroes In the
white universities and white
students In the legro universi-
ties, wt as taxpayers withdraw
tax support from tht universi-
ties."
Tax funds support three State
universities, the University of
Florida at Gainesville. Florida
State and Florida A. and M.
College for Negroes, both In
Tallahassee.
Georgia has adopted similar
measure to support Its segrega-
tion and South Carolina is con-
sidering similar action.
House members backed up
their amendment by voting a
$428,855 increase in the Negro
college budget.
Rep. Charles 1. Shepperd of
St. Johns proposed the budget
raise to a total of $4.142.000 "to
show our Intention to furnish
equal faculties for Negroes at
nearly at possible."
"Segregation Is just as good
for the Negro as it is for the
white man." Shepperd declared.
"If there were no segregation,
it would be a detriment to the
human race.
"The best thing we can do for
the Negro race is to segregate
so the Negro race can develop
within Itself."
When you've passed originally,
your partner knows that your
hand is not good enough for an
opening Jjid. No matter how
strongly you bid later on, your
partner remembers that you
couldn't bid to begin with.
Hence you can make a Jump bid
after an original pass to show
that your hand was almost worth
an opening bid. Such a jump bid
is not, of course, as strong as a
normal jump (which would show
a hand at least aa strong aa an
opening bid.)
-In the hand shown today.
North quite properly passed to
begin with. When his partner
opened fourth-hand with one
heart, however, North was enti-
tled to assume ihat the combined
hands could surely make a game.
His response of two spades show-
ed that he had a good spade suit,
a maximum pass and a holding
that promised a game opposite a
normal opening bid.
South naturally raised the
spades, whereupon North showed
his heart support. Now South
was entitled to get a bit ambi-
tious. North couldn't have better
than queen-jack at the head of
his hearts. Hence he was bound
to have a pretty good spade suit.
South reasoned.
The hearts wefe surely solid,
the spades solid or nearly solid,
and South had the ace of each
minor suit. South fel that a con-
tract of five hearts must surely be
safe and that such an Invitation-
al bid would give North the
chance to go on or refuse, de-
pending on his values.
North had no problem when
the invitation was extended. He
would have opened the bidding If
one of his queens had been a king.
Hence he had not overstated his
strength by announcing that he
had a maximum past.
Moreover, he would have
jumped to two spades even with
two doubletona In the minor suits
rather than the more desirable
3-1 distribution. Hence he had
slightly more strength than South
could know about, and on this
basis he could afford to accept
the slam Invitation.
The bidding was rather tenu-
ous, perhaps, and probably only a
pair of very fine playera would
reach the slam. It is important
to notice, however, that if North
had responded with three or four
hearts. South would not have
dreamed of going past game.
There was nothing much to the
play. South won the first trick
with the ace of clubs, ruffed a
club, returned with a trump to
ruff another club and then drew
trumps. When the spade finesse
later succeeded. South made all
of the tricks.
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FRIDAY, MAY U, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE
ifii
Arias Surrendered After Bloody Battle
2 Police Officers, 9 Others
Slain; 84 Wounded Yesterday
(Editor's IS ote: The following story ist revised from THE
PANAMA AMERICANS late ettra edition last night).
Or. Arnulfo Arias gave hi mself up to the National Po-
lice at 5:30 p.m. yesterday after five hours of the bloodiest
battling in the history of the Republic of Panama.
He was taken to the Central Police station.
Arnulfo and his supporters, beseiged in the Presidencia,
challenged the maximum power of the National Police
force throughout the afternoon.
Two officers of the Presidencia Cuard were killed.
The defending Arnulfista s, who fought back ceaselessly
at their attackers, suffered seven dead, many wounded.
The dead were: Mayor Lezcano Gmez Commander
of the Presidencial Guard, Lieut. Juan A. Florez, Ruben
Quirs Aponte, Juan de Dios Ros, Francisco Bustamante
Prez, Temistocles Ortega, Felipe Jimnez, and two others
not identified.
Dr. Arnulfo Arias' decision to resist the National Po-
lice force, the soark which kindled this rfterno^n's battle,
was made early afternoon when he learned the Na-
tional Police force had decided to support Alcrbiades Aro-
semena, elected president Wednesday night by the Na-
tionol Assembly, and endorsed by the Supreme Court.
.Shortly after this announcement Major Lezcano Go-
mez and Lieutenant Juan Florez, of the presidencial guard,
went upstairs at the Presidencia, where hundreds of Ar-
nulfistas had been gathered since the present crisis first
The two officers were shot dead. This was at 1.40
The remaining members of the Presidencia guard re-
turned the Arnulfista fire, and called their headquarters
for reinforcements.
Promptly four carloads of fully armed police, a con-
tingent of squad cars, and a full arsenal of armaments
sped to the relief of their fellow members.
The operation was under the command of Major Ti-
moteo Melendez.
All cltlsens' were .warn*1 ff
the rtnets at Major *>">"
orce drew trie battle lines for
what they knew would be a vi-
cious conflict.
The police surrounded the Pre-
sidencia. Arnulfistas within
started firinit inmediately.
Major Melendez tacties were
to cut casualties to a minimum
Whfle keeping up a steady fire
on the uncowed defenders he
made no attempt at a frontal as-
SaRather he waited till the de-
fenders realized the extent to
which they were outgunned, or
exhausted their resources.
At times the gunfire rattled
like a full scale war.
Rifles and machineguns and
pistols were used by both sides.
There were lulls, but no taps,
In the shooting at the Presiden-
cia.
MeanwhUe the chain of radio
stations kept up a running re-
port on the battle.
Arnulfistas did not confine
the fighting to the Presidencia.
Snipers in the narrow streets
leading from the Market Place
through North Avenue to the
Presidencia kept police attack-
ers under cover.
The police readquarters were
established at the old Marina
Building.
The attack was concentrated
n the machine guns mounted
on the Presidencia roof.
At 5:45. as police began to take
up positions in adjoining build-
ings frqm which they could fire
tear gas bombs into the Presiden-
cia, Col. Roberto Angulzola. aide
to t>r. Arnulfo Arias, asked for a
truce to take the head, wounded
and women from the Presidencia.
The truce was granted. Stretch-
ers carrying the dead and injur-
ed were rushed to Santo Toms
Hospital. An emergency squad of
doctors was standing by to tend
the wbunded. m
Arnulfo's cabinet ministers Ro-
dolfo Herbruger and Mrs. Maria
8. de Miranda and the first sec-
retary of Government and Jus-
tice Santander Alvarado. Mrs.
Anguizola and an eight-year-old
girl began to leave the Presiden-
cia during the truce.
Firing started from the upper
floors of the Presidencia.
The police immediately- rigged
a loud speaker and promised safe
conduct to all those who would
come out unarmed.
This offer was accepted by
Mrys. Teodoro Brin. Alberto Milla-
res. Secretary General of the Pre-
sidencia Jos Ehrman. Victor
Villalobos. Col. Anguizola with a
bandage found his head. Encar-
nacin Picota. Ex-Minister of
Education Moiss Modesto Sala-
min and Mrs. Salamin. Francisco
Linares. Jos J. Testa. Isidro Be-
luche. Antonio Slnisterra. Quirlno
Francheschl and Eduardo Brice-
no.
The former ministers were
taken to Major Melendez head-
quarters, where they declared
that they did not know who had
shot Major Gomez.
Fi"htin resumed when the
post themselves in positions In
nearby buildings commanding
the Presidencia.
Then at 5.55 p.m. Dr. Arnulfo
Arias, accompanied by his wife,
ex-minister Norberto Zurita. Juan
Poveda and Enrique Linares ap-
peared at the front door of the
Presidencia.
About 15 minutes before this
time', it is reported, the defend-
ers' fire began to wane as If am-
munition were running low.
Dr. Arias and his party were
put immediately into a patrol car.
searched, and taken to' the Na-
tional Police headquarters.
Their departure did not put an
end to the shooting In the city.
Smaller battles were later re-
ported blazing at the Secref Pol-
ice headquarters and the Seguro
Social building as last ditch Ar-
nulfistas kept fighting.
CASUALTY LIST
The casualty list, as announced
from Police Headquarters, Is:
Dead: Major Lezcano Gmez,
Lt. Juan A. Florez, Rubn Quirs
Aponte, Juan de Dios- Rios, Feo.
Bustamante Prez. Temistocles
Coln Sees Shorter
Fight: Secreta HQ
Surrenders 3 p.m.
COLON, May 10. National
police forces this afternoon took
over control of the Secret Police
In this second largest city of the
Republic.
While the battle at the Pana-
ma City Presidencia was going
on, the National police surround
ed Secret police headquarters.
Their fight is reported to have
lasted from 2:10 to 3 p.m. One
Secret policemen, informed sour-
ces said, was injured, althought
not by bullets and a woman pas-
serby near the 8ecret Police
headquarters was Injured gy gun
fire. Her wound was a reported
to be superficial.
Americans residents of New
Cristobal were considerably
alarmed when Colon Its moved
Into the U. S. government hous-
ing area, on floot and in cars
and firing at each other. As
nearly as Canal Zone police could
determine no one was Injured in
these Interchanges of shots.
. Late this afternoon (he Colon
National police station was re-
ported to be solidly held, with
machineguns deployed and arm-
ed officers at every entrance.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
RAKES. Dale Gene, 21. of Al-
brook Field, formerly of Nebras-
ka City. Neb., toSCRANTON, Ma-
ry. Louise, 21. of Balboa.
ASHWELL, Albert Manllva. 21.
of Gamboa, to DONALD. Maud
Hezodera, 22, of Gamboa.
Births
DE LOS REyES. Mr. and Mrs.
Ellas, o Chorrera, daughter,
May 9. Gorgas Hospital.
BEECH. Mr. and Mrs. I.H.. of
Panama, daughter. May 9, Gor-
gas Hospital.
Deaths
LUNA. Isolina. 59. of Panama.
May 9, Gorgas Hospital.
Pup Has Plenty of Teeth
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP> Mrs.
W. Calvin Anderson has a five-
months old puppy with two rows
of upper teeth and two nearly,
complete rows of bottom teeth.
FOR
Mother's Day
Cards
VISIT
Lewis Service
4 Tivoli Avenue
Wednesday's dramatic ceremony In which former Vice-president Alciblades Arosemena was
sworn in as President after deposition by the National Assembly of Dr. Arnulfo Arias. Full face at
left of President is Jote R. Gateado, 2nd Vice-President of Panama, and at right (side face) Cesar
Guillen, President of the National Assembly, who swore in Arosemena. National Assembly De-
puties watch the ceremony. ________.__________________________________
RFC-Loan Saxony Hotel Miami Beach,
Puts Ud White House Aides For Free
Ortega, Felipe
unidentified.
Wounded and in Hospital: Car-
los Calzadilla, Edurina Gonzlez,
Jos de la C. Domnguez, Juan Al-
milltegul, Eduardo Gero, Julia
Rodrguez, Natalio Menndez,
Francisco Guardia, Pedro Fer-
nndez, Dmasa Quirs, Nicanor
Castillo, Gilberto Arosemena,
Pantalen Jimnez Prez. Gilda
Valencia, Miguel Torres, Ramn
"Gallo" Ehrman, Francisco Zal-
dzar, Luis Farias, Cecilia Pare-
des de Prez, Romn Alba, Mario
Pineda, Miguel Gonzlez Sebas-
tin Zurita Qaytn, Ignacio Pino,
Victoriano Grajales, Lt. Col. Ro-
berto Angulzola, Rubn Alvarez,
Mario Herrera, Mary de Clement.
Ana Romero. Francisco Pino,
Clotilde Prez, Carlos Medina,
Gilberto Quier Guevara, Felipe
Jimnez. Two comer.
Mother Carries
Sleeping Baby
To CZ Safety
Two Panamanian police offi-
cers, rifles slung across their
backs, whizzed around the corner
at the Balboa Limits this after-
noon. Close behind them came
an official car from a foreign
Embassy, license No. 62.
From a tenement house at the
comer came a'little woman, a
dwarf, her sleeping baby in her
arms. She crossed the border,
went up the hill near the Chinese
garden. She laid the sleeping
child safely In the tall grass.
Then she went back Into Pana-
ma.
"Cuidado" said one of the Ca-
nal Zone police guards on the
Atlantic Society...
(Continued from Page S)
Penny Social Tonight
Residents of Gatun are remin-
ded of the Penny Social to be held
this evening at the Gatun Union
Church.
Many amusing and interesting
objects will be sold in this novel
manner. Everyone is invited to
come and bring their pennies.
Executive Committee Meeting
of Legion Auxiliary
The Executive Committee of
the American Legion Auxiliary
Department of Panama Canal
Zone will be held at the Amerl-
^Vergara. B A- I SSfn.gfgSZ Z^
Sifffnnn"S' Era^to Mrquez, neld at tne American Legion
Hnhnr,1lu^ano Conr!d0 S2r" Home in Balboa, Saturday. May
doba, Alejandro Russo Berguido,' ,o ,, .on nm
Eran Candanedo, Jos M. M- a P ____
dica, Carlos Camero, Jacinto New officers for
Diaz va. Victor Muoz, Sgt. Re- ^tiba f iUtetheater
wnnn^^ -4 n ...i. At a recent meeting of the
Ca^to ArL t rfin*"^: members of the Cristobal Little
?!^,m^; S^V.1,0, "" Theater at the Scout Shack. Mr.
arn("/.tihCSUill' Ge" Rwer A. Orvis was elected presl-
l* ,S",0Sf 1Brd0 seme; dent of the group, to succeed Mr.
na, Ladislao Rodriguez, Trinidad ', j,Roi reeser
H ^l^v^ Anguizola,, The other o'fflcers are: Mr. Paul
or.^ ?CuC0PVo.ldiVar' V.enlca L- Beck, vice-president; Melville
Ortega, Luis F. Clement, senla L Booz Treasurer; Miss Grace
Ortega, Justo Millares, Juan Ca-
zla, Juan Oonzlez, Toms Al-
varez, Fernando Contreras, Ri-
cardo Zurita, Eulogla de Arias.
Jos Muoz. Rafael Cedeo, Ale-
jandro Castro, Toribio Chacn,
Fernando Navarro, Nlsle Aguilar,
Gonzalo Ortiz, Jos de la G. Ada-
mes.
Who, Us?
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (U.P.)
Halter Lee reports the cost of
living must have hit one family
hard. Instead of the
Williams, membership secretary;
Mrs. Roger A. Orvls, Correspond-
ing Secretary and board members
C. LeRl Leeser and Roy Fernle.
Pastor' Goes Modern
COWLESVILLE, N. Y. (U.P.)
A new service for shut-ins has
been started by the Rev. So-
bert A. Noble, pastor of the
Baptist Church. When illness
or other obstacles makes Illness
or other obstacles makes lt
for residents t o
WASHINGTON. May 11 (UP)
Presidential Assistant Donald
S. Dawson admitted to Senate
RFC investigators today that he
and two other White House aides
accepted free hospitality from a
swank Miami Beach hotel, but
said he did not think lt was "Im-
proper."
In his long-awaited appear-
ance before a Senate Banking
Subcom mlttee Investigating
'favoritism and influence" In
the RFC, Dawson also swore
that he "never" tried to in-
fluence anv loan made bv the
big Government financial
agency.
He disclosed, under question-
ing, that the Democratic Na-
tional Committee "cleared" all
appointments to the recently-
abolished RFC board of direc-
tors and specifically recom-
mended two of its members-
Walter L. Dunham and C. Ed-
ward Rowe.
The subcommittee, which has
named Dawson as a key mem-
ber of an RFC "Influence web."
peppered him with questions
about, his thiee visits to the
Saxony Hotel in Miami Beach.
which obtained an RFC loan.
Dawson said there was "no
custom" at the White House
against accepting such favors.
and that he did not know at the
time that the hotel had borrow-
ed money.
Dawson said It was "common
practice" for big resort hotels to
give "complimentary accommo-
dations" to Washington officials
"Including members of the Sen-
ate."
Dawson said it was a "com-
plete surprise" to him when the
Saxony refused to accept pay-
ment for the ccean-front suite
which he occupied with his wife
and daughter for two weeks In
December. 1949.
He said he had expected to
pay his own way but admitted
that he had not inquired the
room rate when he registered.
Chairman J. William Fulbrlght.
D.. Ark., recalled testimony of
hotel officials that the lowest
ln-season rate at the Saxonv
was $30 a dav for ocean front
rooms.
Dawson said he returned to
the Saxonv alone for "a few
days" in March 1950 and again
in April 1950. and again stayed
free.
When Fulbrlght asked if his
total bill would have been about
$1.000. Dnwson replied that he
did not know. He said his visits
were not in the peak Miami sea-
son which he defined as January
and February.
"It seems like a rather short
season." Fulbrlght snorted.
Dawson repeated that he never
asked for free roms and was
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always "willing and able" to pay
whatever the hotel asked.
That prompted Sen. Wallace
F. Bennett, R., Utah., a wealthy
paint manuiacturer. to remark
that Dawson must be "a pretty
good man" if he could walk into
a ritzy resort hotel, expecting
to pay his own way, and never
bother to ask what the charges
would be.
Dawson said the hotel's pub-
licity agents took photographs j
of hi mand prepared stories of
of him and prepared stories ot
"I understand that is not un-
common for hotels of that char-
acter," he said.
"You mean those with RFC
loans?" Fulbrlght asked.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
FRIDAT. MAT 11, 1MJ

All American League Games Rained Out; Giants Dodgers Triumph
INDIANAPOLIS.Th new Derby champion has a blsarre
i backround. John Herts buujht hit (rand pappy because he was
< a rowdr. Then HerU old the horse's son because it seemed the
; flue po't content was large. And when the grandson went to the
sales they put him in the bargain basement.
* To start from the beginning;. First time the New York finan-
cier saw Reign Count was in a 2-year-old race at Saratoga. He
got beat. And he was such a mean loser he tried to take a bite
out of the winner's ear.
"I liked that," admitted Hertz. But don't go away shocked.
The gentleman's no sadist. It's Just that fierce competitors send
. "him.
Next year, with Chick Lang In the irons, he galloped In the
- "Derby to win bv three in the largest field. 22, that has ever gone
to the post at the old track with the white twin spires. That was
; Jn 1928.
!', Fifteen years later his son made Reigh Count look good by
winning the Derby even more decisively. Count Fleet he'd been
named. He got away fast and came home faster, heading all the
way to win at one of the shortest prices the race has ever paid.
. Nobody beat him all that season. He won the Triple Crown and
''.. thf horse of the year and the Republicans were thinking of run-
"111118 him for President. What the country needed was horse sense.
rAUt. SKVfcM
,-b*m Don Cameron was the trainer. Don was a betting man, and
J.I the bookies loved him. But not when he came around trying to
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bet Count Fleet. I remember In March he wanted to bet the Count
would go through unbeaten, offered to guarantee he'd start at
least five times or no bet, but the bookies wouldn't give him hi*
fjrice, which was not out of line, though I dlsremember what it
*as exactly. To my knowledge that had never happened before.
Hertz got to be a big man In America on ability, though he
may have had some luck running for him, too. It was mostly
through luck that he wound up with the Triple Crown champion
-that yearluck that nobody wanted to buy Count Fleet when he
tried to peddle him. A number of fellows who qualify as knowing
horsemen thought $3000 too much. Among them FQxie Maxle
Hirsch.
COULDN'T GIVE HIM AWAY

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Fob Kleberg, who leases out Dallas, Houston and Ft. Worth
to Texas as part of King Ranch, also passed him up. but at that
Count Fleet was only a saucy glint In his mammy's eye. Dam's
name is Quickly. Her habits are not exemplary. She's what is
-known as a cribber. Price tag was $9000.
"You couldn't give her to me," Kleberg said to his friend. So
Hertz had to keep the old lady and the unborn king, who was to
-win $250,000 in purses.
The Count was one of the truly great horses of all time.
There are some who claim Citation is greater. Maybe he Is. But
', It's a statement that demands a lot of proving. The Count prac-
tically put the S-year-old division out of business. He'd win by
J from three to 30 lengths, pulled up.
. Johnny Longden told me: "I never let him have his head in
any race we had. Now I feel sorry. We'll never know Just how
J fast he could have run."
When a full brother to the Count was born Hertz was more
! impressed, or more cautious. He didn't offer him for sale and
while Count Speed, as he was named, didn't duplicate his older
brother's honors, he was something of a sensation.
Out on the coast they still talk about a race he ran several
in which he set a world record of 1:41 for a mile and
out on
stepping the mile in 1:844, identical to the time his
brother had run a mile at Belmont as a 2 year-old. That's mov-
fcjng. brother. ^
WINS LIKE HIS GRAND FAFFT
Hertz didn't breed the new champion. Count Turf, but he did
supply the aire. I don't know much about the dam, Delmarie,
owned by t California doctor, except that she is by Pompey, who
"jjt course, has good credentials. Until proved otherwise it must be
assumed the new champion owes most of his stature to his old
/nan. Count Fleet, who, in turn, should never forget he had
a mighty distinguished father In Reigh Count.
The fact that Jack Amiel, the Broadway restaurant owner-
end a fine sport, everybody tells mewas able to bid in Count
Turf for only $3700 is sufficient testimony that the blood lines
pi the dam could not have been very impressive. What Amiel
was buying was Reigh Count heritage as handed down by the
on. What he wound up with was the richest Derby pot In 77
years.
Evidence mounts that this is a most substantial line com-
bining power with speed. Reigh Count could turn it on good In
the stre/h. So could Count Fleet if he had to. Count Turf's win
was more reminiscent of his grand pappy than his own pappy.
He didn't start to roll until he hit the stretch, and with little
Con McCreary giving him a million-dollar ride, he took full
tharge of the track.
I don't know whether Herta got over from his farm in Paris,
K>., to see the Derby, but you can be sure he was just about as
pleased as the owner, for every time a Count wins he gets a thrill
out of itand very likely a chill as he remembers how easily he
could have lost both Quickly and Count Fleet. Thank the lord
and pass the aspirin.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race"E" Native*7 Fgs.
Purse: SJ75.* Pool Closes: 12:46
First Race of the Doubles
1BIJagual E. Corcho 103x
2Brochacito O. Chanls 105
3Don Catallno M. Ouer. 112
4"El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 108x
5Rtlta F. Rose 114
0Romntico B. Castillo 117
2nd Race"E" Native7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.0tPool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double*
1Tap Girl K. Flores 120
2Torcaaa J. Baeza Jr. I04x
3Arqulmedes G.Alfaro 120
4Fonseca R. Vasquez 108
5Domino E. Sllvera 108
3rd Race "G" Natives? Fgs.
Purse: $250.00->-Pool Closes: 1:4
One-Two
1Monteverde J. Baeza Jr. 104x
2Contrabando R. Vasq. 107
3Conde E. Sllvera 111
4Cosa Linda G. Qraell 114
5Florencia J. Chuna 105x
6Pon la Olla V. Castillo 113
4th Race "F-l" Nat.64 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes: 2:20
Quiniela
1Caaveral O. Chanls 115
2Aqu Estoy H. Reyes lOOx
3Bfalo J. Baeza Jr. 104x
4L. Molly J. Contreras 117
5Vlllarreal M. Hurley 111
6J. Hulncho J. Saman. 113
7La Prensa E. Darlo 101
8Politico B. Aguirre 115
5th Race "B" Imported14 Mile
Purse: $730.06Pool Closes: 2:55
1Newmlnster Contreras 108
2R. Light V. Castillo 122
3Avenue Road F. Rose 117
4Camaru B. Aguirre 112
6th Race "I" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00Pool Closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Don Toto J. Contreras 108
2Tetravera* E. Sllvera 100
3Haste Stan
4Baby Betty
5Alllnomas
6Hanna
J. Saman. 114
F. Rose 115
B. Aguirre 115
V. Castillo 113
7Don Salomon M. Guer. 118
8Mias Cristina M. Hurley 115
9Beach Sun C. Ruiz 111
7th Race "D" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $660.06Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Huairoi B. Aguirre 114
2Microbio) E. Silvera 103
3 Daiquiri V Castillo 113
4Curaca K. Flores 115
5Pamphlet J. Contreras 112
8th Race"D" Natives64 Fgs.
Purse: $360.66Pool Closes: 4:40
Quiniela
1D. Joaqun J. Baeza Jr. I04x
2Casablanca H. Reyes 108x
3Stella M. Ouerrero 112
4Luck Ahead E. Silvera 104
5Manolete B. Aguirre 114
6Raymond J. Contreras 112
th Race "E" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $550.60Pool Closes: 5:15
One-Two
1Welsh Fox K. Flores 114
2Mosqueton J. Baeza Jr. 117x
3Gale Force C. Ruiz 112
4Tip Top O. Chanls 105
5Sismo J. Contreras 114
6Wild Wire B. Aguirre 116
10th Race 'T-l* Nat.64 Fgs..
Purse: $275.66Pool Closes: 5:40
1_(Q Faith C. Chavez 100x
2iG. Patricia A. Valdivia 120
3Opex >
4Pesadilla)
5Resorte
6Hechicera
7Recodo
8G. Babe
9Annie N.
J. Contreras 110
E. Silvera 108
J. Baeza Jr. 117x;
J. Chuna 112x
V. Ortega 112 j
J. Phillips 120
B. Moreno 115
Uth Race"I" Imported 64 Fgs.
Purse: $875.66Pool Closes xxx
1Bartolo F. Caballero lllx
2Armeno V. Ortega 112
'3Ranchopaja M. Hurley 120
4Milros J. Contreras 115
National League American League
Teams
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Brooklyn .
Pittsburgh .
St. Louis .
Philadelphia .
Chicago .
New York .
Cincinnati ,
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Pet Teams W L Pet.
.600 New York .15 6 .714
.565 Washington .12 7 .632
.556 Cleveland 11 7 .611
.526 Chicago .... .16 .556
.478 Detroit .... t t .529
.456 Boston .... .16 9 .526
.406 Philadelphia 5 16 .238
.381 St. Louis .... 5 16 .238
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N.)
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N.)
Philadelphia at New York (N.)
Brooklyn at Boston (N.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 000 062 0002 6 1
Phlla. O60 000 0000 4 2
Dlckson (4-1) and Fitzgerald.
Church (2-2), Konstanty, and
Wilbert, SUvestri.
Cincinnati Ml 021 6004 11 2
Boston 000 000 0101 7 0
Blackwell (4-2) and Pramesa,
Sain (1-4), Nichols and St.
Claire.
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at St. Louis (N.)
Cleveland at Chicago (N.)
No other games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington at Detroit.
Postponed(Rain).
Chicago 000 000 1001 7 4
Brooklyn 016 032 60x6 11 1
McLish (1-1), Kelly and Walk-
er.
Newcombe (3-1) and Campa-
nula.
St. Louis 000 061 0612 7 6
New York 201 600 063 9 1
Poholskv (2-2) and Rice.
Bowman (2-2), Koslo and No-
ble.
Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER
1Risita
2Arquimedes
3Cosa Linda
2Lonely Molly
5Newmlnster
6Haste Star (e)
7Pamphlet
8Raymond
9Welsh Fox
10Annie N.
11Milros
Romntico
Tap Girl
Conde
Caaveral
Camaru
Don Salomon
Curaca
Manolete
Wild Wire
Golden Patricia
Armeno
ONE BEST Milros.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Postponed Wet Grounds.
New York at Cleveland.
Postponed(Rain).
Boston at Chicago.
Postponed (Rain).
Philippines, Brazil
2nd Round Davis Cup
Matches Start Today
PARIS, May 11 (UP). The
draw for the second round of the
Davis Cup between the Philip-
pines and Brazil were held yes-
terday and the Brazilians said
they are pleased to have their
top player Armando Vlelra play
In the first game against Rai-
mundo Deyro, second man for
the Philippines.
The second game tomorrow will
be between Feliclo Am pon,
Philippine champion, and Alcl-
des Procoplo, Brazil's second
man. Sunday Ampon and Cesar
Carmona will play the doubles
against Procoplo and Vielra.
Monday Ampon will play
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Reserve Clause
Scheduled To Be
Investigated
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May 11. An-
other attack on baseball's con-
troversial reserve clause Is
scheduled to get underway
next month.
Chairman Emanuel Oiler of
New York says his House Mo-
nopolies Sob-Committee has
voted to investigate the re-
serve clause, starting early in
in June. He says the inquiry
abo will cover pro football and
' basketball.
The reserve clause stops a
player from signing with any
other team unless released by
his original club.
Representative Celler says
the investigation will include
the two Major as well as Minor
League In the country, 'Mexico,
Canada and Puerto Rico. He
says they all respect each
other's reserve clauses.
"We don't want to hurt base-
ball," says Celler, "we want to
strengthen it. If the reserve
clause Is good for baseball, so
be it. In that case we may need
legislation exempting baseball
from the anti-trust laws."
A former New York Giant
outfielder Danny Gardella
filed suit two years ago on the
t; rounds that the reserve clause
had deprived him of the
chance to make a living. Base-
ball officials settled the case
out of court.
Commissioner A. B. Chand-
ler's only comment on the in-
vestigation was "Baseball
people feel the reserve clause
is essential to the game."
Chandler indicated he would
be glad to appear before the
Subcommittee and tell what he
knows about the reserve clause.
The Commissioner says he has
been in contact with represen-
tative Celler and would be
available if the committee
wants him to testify.
against Vlelra and Deyro will be
matched with Procoplo.
Both teams, which have al-
ready started training on Paris'
Roland Garros Stadium's hard
court, said the condition of their
players was good."
S^-o Br.eis
By UNITED PRESS
Light heavyweight Bob Mur-
phy says he plans to rest un*'l
the scheduled bout next month
with former Mldd leweiij.it
Champ Jake LaMotta In New
York. Murphy earned this rest
Snd the LaMotta bout Wednes-
ay with a fourth round T.K.O.
win over Danny Nardlco in Chl-
dico in Chicago...
The American Bowling Con-
gress will hold Its annual con-
vention tonight In St. Paul. The
agenda Includes election of of-
ficers, picking a spot for the 1958
(CQ) tournament and discussion
on 36 amendments...
Heavyweights Omelio Agra-
monte and Clarence Henry will
meet in Detroit on May 23.
Henry holds one decision over
the Cuban...
Boston University has step-
ped into the vacancy created
when Rutgers withdrew from
the June 16 Intercollegiate
Rowing Association Regatta at
Marietta. Ohio. At least 13
schools will compete...
The Russians have become
"ping-pong'' happy. The gll-un-
ion physical Culture Commission
in Moscow has ordered manufac-
turera of paddles, balls, tables
and nets to step up production...
Calumet Farm trainer Jim-
my Jones has entered "Cita-
tion" in the J15.000 Hollywood
Premier Handicap at Holly-
wood Park in California. Cita-
tion, the -all-time money win-
ner, has a bankroll of $939,4.
Reds, Pirates Upset Braves,
Phils Behind Good Pitching
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May 11.Rain and cold weather
postppned all four American League games in the
west yesterday. And apparently, eastern fans were
leery of the weather at four National League parks.
Only 16.997 fans turned out to
see New York beat at. Louis 3-2,
Brooklyn take Chicago 6-1, Pitts-
burgh shutout Philadelphia 2-0
and ClncinnaU defeat Boston
4-1. That's an average of only
4.249 fans at each park as the
western teams ended their first
swing along the Atlantic sea-
board.
Before going into details, here's
a look at the schedule today.
Only two American League games
both at nightCleveland at
Chicago and Detroit at St. Louis.
Four National League games will
be played today all at night-
Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia
at New York, Chicago at Pitts-
burgh and St. Louis at Cincin-
nati.
Getting back to the games-
played yesterday:
Ble Pon Newcombe pitched I
Brooklyn Into second place
one game behind Boston with I
that 8-1 win over, the Chicago
Cum Six of the 11 Dodger hits
went for extra bases. Oil Hodges
hit his ninth homer of the year
and Pee-Wee Reese had a triple.1
Roy Campanella, Cal Abrams,
Billy Cox and Carl Furillo
doubled. All seven Chicago hits!
were singles. Cal McLish is the-
loser.
A single by Ted Beard, a doubla
by Metkovlch and Qua Bell
homer gave Pittsburgh and
Murray Dickson a 2-0 win over
Philadelphia. The Pirates did all
their scoring in the fifth inning,
against Bubba Church. Dlckson
gave up four singles, and Church
was touched for six hits. The win
puts Pittsburgh In third place.
The Giant dropped the Car*
dinals from second to fourth wlthr
a 3-2 win at New York. Hank
Thompson drove in two Giant
runs with a homer off loser Tom
Poholskv In the first inning.
Southpaw Dave Koslo came on m
the seventh Inning to save the
win for Roger Bowman.
Swell Blackwell gave up se-
ven singles as Cincinnati beat
4-1. Johnny Sain is the loser.
Blackwell also drove In .one run
while getting a double and a
single. Roy Hartsfleld got two
hits for Boston.
U. S. A., England Walker Cup
Competition Starts Today
By UNITED PRESS
Pairings have been made for
the opening four-some matches i
today in Walker Cup golf com-
petition between England and
the United States. This is the
13th match In the series.
Captain Willie Tumesa of Elms-
ford, New York and U. S. Ama-
teur Champion Sammy Urzetta
of Rochester, team up lne Amer-
ican combination. They'll play
Jim Bruen. and John Morgan.
Frank Stranahan of Toledo and
Bill Campbell of Huntington,
West Virginia, will meet Ronnie
White and Joe Carr. Charlie Cos
of Oklahoma City and Jimmy
McHale of Philadelphia, match
shots with Cecil Ewlng and John
Langley. Dick Chapman of Pine-
hurst. North Carolina, and Box
Knowles of Brookllne, Massa-
chusetts, have drawn Alex Kyle
and Ian Caldwell as opponents.
Eight singles matches are
scheduled for the Saturday
wind up at Blrkdale, England.
The United States has won 11
of the 12 matches played since
1922.
Hopes of the American team
ierked up yesterday as they went
hrough final practice rounds un-
der brilliant sunshine. The
weather had been freezing for
three days, and the Yanks had)
been suffering. Chapman and
Knowles looked very sharp as
they carded six-under-par 88 a
over the slx-thousand-848-yard
course. Turnesa capped a sub-
par.round on the 18th by blast-
ing from a bunker to within four
fee of the u>.
Stranahan continued to prac-
tice ft new grip. Campbell got)
in a practice round, but coe and
McHale stayed off the course to
practice their driving.
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RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY
DOUBLES
1st, 2ad oth, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLONi
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" nd
"SAVOY."
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
Saturdays Feature Race
5th Roce UB" I m por teds 1% Mile
Purae: $750.00 Pool Cloe*: 2:55 p.m.
1. NEW MINSTER...........J. Contreras 108
2. RATHL1N LIGHT..........V. Castillo 122
3. AVENUE ROAD.............F.Rose 117
4. CAMARU................B. Aguirre 112
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
Sunday's Stellar Race
7th Roce "C" Importeds 6l/2 Fgs.
Purse: $1,000.00 Pool CJotes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
"OWNERS ASSOCIATION CLASSIC"
J. ESPARTANO..............E. Surera 106
2. (POLVORAZO...............V. Ortega 112
3. (BLIDO.................B. Aguirre 112
4. (GAYWOOD...............J. Phillips 114
5. FULL...............r____K. Flores 112
6. MIMO.....................C. Ruiz 112
7. GOLDEN TRIUMPH.......J. Contreras 112
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Russian Hoop Team To Be Serious Threat In '52 Olympics

Reds Sweep Into Semifinals
Of European Tournament
PARIS, May 11 (UP) European observers rate the
Russian basketball team as a serious threat if the Soviet
Union enters the 1952 Olympic Games in Finland.
The Russian team has swept into the semi-finals of
the European Tournament at Paris. Two Russian satellites
Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria have also reached the
semi-finals.
The Soviet team uses the American-style fast break
and passes well.
The Russian team headquarters in a mysterious villa
in the swanky section of Paris. The team arrives at the
court in taxis, plays the game, then usually is whisked
back to its living quarters. Captain Ivan Lissov speaks a
little German, but the others talk nothing but Russian.
The Czech trainer Josef Andrle says "The
Russians have a great team and should win the champion-
ships."
Bulgaria and the Czechs are strong but it is doubt-
ful whether either Russian satellite will or desire to finish
higher than the Soviet team._________________________
Jock Gets 10-Year
Ban For Belling
Against Own Mounts
BALTIMORE. May 11 (UP).
Jockey Robert Martin haa
been banned from raring In
Maryland for 1* years by the
State Racing Commission.
The Commission acted after
charging that Martin had bet
on horses other than the ones
he was riding in the recent
Sring meeting at the Laurel
tee Track near Baltimore. At
a hearing for Martin, a state-
ment was read Into the rec-
ord in which the jockey al-
legedly admitted placing a bet
on a horse other than the one
he was to ride. The hearing
waa held to look into six
charges accusing Martin of so-
liciting bets and betting
against himself. Both acta are
violations of Maryland racing
rales.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 11.
Baseball Commissioner A. B.
Chandler says he'll step out of
his job immediately If General
Douglas MacArthur Is elected to
succeed him. Chandler failed to
have his contract as Commis-
sioner renewed by the baseball
owners. The former Kentucky
Senator In a letter to sports
editor BUI Lelser of the San Fran-
cisco Chronicle says he'd do
anything to Install MacArthur
promptly.
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Fangio To Compete
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Rome Race Sunday
MILAN. Italy, May 11 (UP).
Argentina's ace driver, Juan Ma-
nuel Fangio, will participate In
the Grand Prix of Rome auto
race at Monia Sunday, It was
confirmed here today.
Fangio will race In a brand
new Ferrari car which he Is rent-
ing from the Marzotto brothers
Italian driving stars.
The race Is for "Class 2" car*
those up to 2,000 horse-power
without compressors and will
be combined with the 40,000.000
lire ($4,000) Italian National
Lottery. WUI
It will be run In two heats over
the distance of 157.500 kilo-
meters .equal to a total of 50 laps
of the 6,300 kilometers course.
Fangio has been negotiating
since his return from the hotly
contested Sllverstone, England
race for the obtaining of a car for
the Monza race that would sa-
tisfy the classification.
Since Fangio did not have an
Alfa Romeo car which suited the
"Class 2" qualifications, he was
free to contract for another ma-
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Tigers Lose Herbert To Army;
Indians, AAA's Trade Players
By UNITED PRESS
The Detroit Tigers have lost
their ace relief pitcher. Cleve-
land and the Philadelphia A*a
have pulled a three player trade.
And a manager is dissatisfied
with his first baseman who heads
the Majors In home runs.
The Tigers learned that 21-
year-old right-hander Ray Her-
bert Is Army-bound next Wed-
nesday. Herbert, who passed his
physical examination last Feb.
10, will report to Fort Custer,
Michigan, for baaic training.
The loss of Herbert definitely
cuts down Detroit's pennant
chances. The youngster, with
chine and participate in the race
in a "private" capacity.
Late last night it was con-
firmed from Modena that the
powerful brand new Ferrari
could be rented by Fangio from
the Marzotto firm Italian
racing brothers Glannlno and
Vlttorlo.
Sunday. Fangio winner of
the 1949 Mqnza prize will race
against Luigl Vllloresl, winner of
the/ 1950 edition, and other top
drivers.
Fangio and several other top
foreign automobile pilots will
participate in the "Grand Prix of
Germany" auto race on the
Nuerburglng racing circuit, ac-
cording to August Crist who Is
the presiding board member of
Germany's leading automobile
club.
The contest will be held July 29
In International Formula 1 For-
mula 3 racing categories. Formu-
la One corresponds to unsuper-
charged cars up to 4,500 horse-
power and supercharged engines
up to 1,500 H.P.
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JENNINGS, Kan. (UJ.)This
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recent municipal eelctlon. No
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78 voters wrote In names o
candidates for the seven city
| offices. Seventy-seven different
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four wins in 12-and-two-thlrd
innings of relief work, is the only
Detroit pitcher who has shown
anything in the bullpen so far.
Herbert never mentioned pas-
sing his physical and yesterday's
announcement came as a sur-
prise to Manager Red Rolfe.
"I figured Ray might be called
up in August or September," says
Rolfe, "but It never occurred to
me that there was any chance of
his going this soon. Herbert was
one of our most valuable plavers.
His loss will hurt us more than
If we had'lost a starting pitch-
er."
Herbert Is the second top flight
pitcher the Tigers have lost. Art
Houtteman'a 19-game winner
last season, was drafted after the
season was over.
That deal between Cleveland
and the A's involves outfielders
am Chapman and Allle Clark
and lnfielder Lou Klein. Clark
and Klein go to the A's In ex-
change for Chapman.
The 35-year-old Chapman Is
considered one of the best clutch
hitters in baseball, something the
Indians need badly. The former
All-America football player at
California drove in 95 runs last
season although he batted only
.251. Clark has been a bench
warmer for the most part ever
since Cleveland got him from the
New York Yankees in 1948. Klein
played with Los Angeles of the
Pacific Coast League last year.
The disgruntled manager is
Charlie Dressen of the Brooklyn
Dodgers. 'Dressen admits Gil
Hodges Is off to a good start with
nine home runs going Into to-
day's game with Boston. But
Charlie still doesn't like the way
the big first baseman keeps
striking out.
"OH has struck out 20 times
in 21 games." says Dressen. "He'd
set a new record for strikeouts at
that rate. I keep telling Gil to
stop aiming for the roof with
every swing. So far It hasn't done
any good."
JOHN PAYNE

Rhonda
FI.EMMING

Deanla O'Krefe
In .
'The Eagle
and the
Hawk"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
Al S 60 p.m !
SENSATIONAL DEBUT OP
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Introducen of the Mambe!
Full of Cuban Rhythm
Including the American
Sinter
MISS GLORIA .HELM
On The Screen
Richard Conte. In
"UNDER THE GUN"
2-
CECILIA THEATRE
GREAT FEATURES' -
Donald O'CONNOR Jimmy DURANTE, la
"THE MILKMAN" also:
"THE GOLDEN SALAMANDER"
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TROPICAL THEATRE
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"MYSTERY SUBMARINE"
___li Minlu TOREN MacDonald CAREY ^
ENCANTO THEATRE
SPECTACULAR DOUBLE
PROGRAM!
Fred Aitalr*. In
"THREE LITTLE WORDS"
- Abo:
"ROMEO and JULIET"
with Norma Shearer.
Leella Howard__________
TIVOLI THEATRE^
BANK NIGHT I ""
. Alan Ladd. fat
"CHICAGO DEADLINE"
Alio: Robert Cumrolnat, la
PAID IN FUiX"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Continuation of the Serial I
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Auw: -
"POST OFFICE
INVESTIGATOR"
"WILD FRONTIER"
VICTORIA THEATRE
Great Double Program I
Dana Andrews.
Stephen MacNally. In
"SWORD IN Till; DESERT"
- Also .
-RIVER GANG"
PANAMA CANAL CLUBHOUSES
SATURDAY MATINEES! -
I A I. B O A
Maatlnee Performance *:M a.m.
DRESE WAi IKS SCHOOL OP
"On With The Show"
DANCING present
Fourth Annual Dance Revue!

Admission: Children 25c.
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ON THE SCREEN I
ROY ROGERS and
TRIGGER
In a Weatern Muaical
APACHE ROSE"
DIABLO HTS.
Gene AUTRY. In
'COWBOY AND THE INDIANS'
COCOLI
Roddy McDOWALL. In
"TUNA CLIPPER"
GAMBOA
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LAUREL and HARDY
'THE BULLFIGHTERS'
G AT U N
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'Adventures of Don Coyote'
MARGARITA
"STREETS OF LAREDO'
CRISTOBAL
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"LAW COMES TO TEXAS"
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"BRISMSTONE" (Color)
Saturaay "BEDTIME FOR BONZO"
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William HOLDEN Nancy OLSON
"UNION STATION"
DIABLO HTS.
Jerome COURTLAND Beverly TYLER
'THE PALOMINO" (technicolor)
Saturday "THE PAGAN LOVE SONG"
COCOL
4:15 B 1:4
"SAMBA"
and "NEVER FEAR"
Saturday "THE PALOMINO"
PEDRO MIGUEL
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Saturday "DESTINATION TOKYO"
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WOMAN IN HIDING"
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MARGARITA
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"THE NEVADAN" (Color)
Saturday "MY FRIEND IRMA GOES WEST"
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FRIDAY, MAT 11, 1951
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
' jm
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' There are no better
Spray Painting Outfits
-'"" or Air Compressors
than
CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD
but
there are many that
cost a lot more.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
irr
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 98 rocket
Hydramatic convertible 1949, In
perfect condition. Must sacrifice.
Phone Balboa 2766 or Panama 3-
1025.
FOR SALE:1949 GMC Panel, halt
ton, perfect condition. Phone Bal-
boa 2766, Ponamo 3-1025.
FOR SALE:'41 Chevrolet Club,
motor just worked on new clutch,
transmission, leaving for Stoles.
Balboa 3518.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS. SLIP-COVERS and
JtEjVPHOLSTKRING call in or vliit
our show-room. Custom built furni-
ture our speciality. See our Deco-
rator's Fabrics. Free Estimates. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. litre J.
f. u> la (>" No. 77 (Auto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4*28.
Mta
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LENSES'ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW IKS. PRICES.
', Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factor Prices.
Porras
Plas 5 de Mayo
ru ,- .Panam. R. P.
Chauncey P. Fairman
Dies After 45 Years
Law Practice In CZ
CRISTOBAL, May 11. Fun-
eral arrangements had not been
completed today for Chauncey P.
'Fairman, 87, senior member of
the Canal Zone bar and one of
" the most widely known attorneys
on the Isthmus.
He died at 1:30 p.m. yesterday
_ln Colon Hospital where he had
although he had been In 111
.health for many months.
A native of Kansas City, Mis-
souri, he came to the Isthmus
"In 1906. He is survived by his
wife with whom he made his
JQme at the Hotel Washington.
Dr. Falrman's most famous
.case, In which he had a personal
.as well as professional Interest,
w was the long drawn out Playa de
Flor land claim, only recently
settled after years of litigation.
He was one of the owners of
"tract of land in the now Fort
Sherman area which had been
appropriated by the U. S. gov-
nment for defense use. He also
was attorney for other litigants
and fought the case through the
courts for almost 40 years.
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates a truly fine car, 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roodmoster Sedan-
cite with Radio ond Air System.
Lass than 9.000 actual miles,
maintained in perfect condition.
This cor delivers in New York for
$3.265.00. Available here for $2.-
100.00. Telephone Panama 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings, Sturgill.
yea have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
ox 2031 Aneen, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE: 1 9 4 7 Studeboker
Chompion, four-door sedan, black,
original owner. Ne wtires. $975.
Can be financed. Balboa 3243.
FOR SALE:1941 Ford Pick-up. 5
speeds. Very good condition, $400.
00. House 142 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:fcensult. Excellent con-
dition. Low mileage. Sacrifice at
original owner. New tires. $975
during office hours or 3-2503.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hudson Pace-
maker, two door. 1,800 miles,
perfect condition, $2,050. This
week only. Phone 2-63 I 2.
LESSONS
Leorn poise, grace, balance and self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, phone of
desk Bolboo VMCA or Box 106,
Balboa. Hornett O Dunn.
VENETIAN BLINDS: Mode to
to ordei repaired and refinished.
estimates given. COLON WOOD
SERVICE. Tel. 543-L, 2003 ,7th.
street, Colon. R. P.
FOR SALE:Large curved solid ma-
hogany bar, can be seen onytime
Saturday at Sailfish Club, Balboa.
The Panama Canal invites proposals
for furnishing approximately 74,-
300 BMFT Cedro Granodino lumb-
er, 1" to 2" thickness, and ap-
proximately 435,200 BMFT Siguo
lumber, I" to 8" thickness, under
sealed bdls opening May 22,
1951. Invitation No. 397 avail-
able at office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboa, telephone
2-2777.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters ot
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
. with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servonts bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garcge, 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:ALHAMIRA APART-
MENTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St.. New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
Villioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Panomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gromlioh's Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Kerosene refigerator,
beds, mattresses, tables, chairs
ond other household goods. No.
49, 4th of July Avenue. 4:00 to
6:00 p. m.
. FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Motor boot twenty foot,
overhauled, equipped for fishing,
new condition, sacrifice. Inquire
house 752-C, Balboa Road.
FOR RENT:Cool bright apartment,
furnished-unfurnished. Only one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones 1191-J or 599-L.
FOR RENT:Best located furnished
apartment with all modern con-
veniences. Also coiy furnished
room. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished oneroom
apartment with both, no kitchen,
for o couple, 45 dollars. Tel. 3-
1648, Bello Vista.
FOR SALE:1 single bed, complete,
I library table, 1 refrigerator, 4
Venetian blinds for 12. family
house, 1 H.P. 25 Cycle motor,
0426 Apt. A, Frangipani St.
You need to learn Spanish by Indi-
vidual conversotionol system; from
6 p. m. Phone 3-2979.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
I
FLASH!
LEICA OWNERS
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No more parallax problem.
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International Jewelry Inc.
adjoining International Hotel
and
Lobby Hotel El Panama
MAYBE YOU'VE GOT ME WRCNG.
I'm entirely willing to foke less
than the market price for those
two well-placed lots at Los Cum-
bres. In a growing orea, with all
utilities available, ond purchased
below the prevoiling prices, what
could be a belter investment? I
leave for the States ot the end of
this month, so get in touch with
me now at 2-3649 during the
day or of 2-1293 offer office
hours. P. J. Runkel.
rut LuevRt < "Re
Phone Z-3333
LOT* KM SAL
Down faymtni SIM
Monthly Payment SIS
TS on Paved Streei from Si I"
Meter
Or Rent: Heavy Boolpmeni tur
ound leveling
*Ut> fsent I.OI on Lone Ierro
Lai Clans ai S3 and M Weeaiy
E?
Negro-Hunting Posse
Shoots Own Member
In Reckless Firing
YOUNOSTOWN. Fla.. Mav 11
'UP)A trigger-touchy posse
which mav have critically
wounded one of its own mem-
bers in the reverlsh search
hunted over rolline countryside
today for a young NeRro wanted
for the attsmpted rape of mid-,
dle-aRed housewife.
Constable Ted Crooms. 44.
was shot throuRh the brain
durinR the first hours of the
search for the suspect. He was
in "extremely critical" condition
at Panama City hospital. 25
miles south of this northwest
Florida town of 400 population.
"One of the aearching party
may have fired the shot which
hit Crooms." Bay County Sherlf f
Alva Thomas said. It was first
believed the "youngish-looking"
Negro wounded the officer.
The screams of the 45-year-
old white woman brought men
rushing to the boarding house
she and her husband operate
late vesterday. The woman told
the sheriff that a Negro sur-
prised her alone in the house
and attempted to criminally as-
sault bar.
The men pursued the Negro
to a swamp where they lost
him. They were Joined by
sheriff's deputies and other of-
ficers who surrounded the
waterv thicket. Crooms was
found shot through the head,
lying at the edge of the barrier
about 7 p. m.
Thomas said the wounded
man was able to tell him that
he did not know who shot him.
"Hundreds of men grabbed
guns and immediately began
hunting the Negro last night
right after the attempted as-
sault." the sheriff said. "We
couldn't get them organized and
anyone could have shot Crooms
accidentally."
Margarita Houses
To Be Demolished
For New Housing
The group of houses along Ly-
chee Street in Margarita, origin-
ally erected by the contractors
for the excavation of the Third
Locks at Oatun. are to be vaca-
ted and the site will be cleared
and graded for quarters construc-
tion in that general area during
the coming fiscal year, it was an-
nounced Friday at Balboa
Heights.
Notices to vacate have alreadv
been sent to the residents of the
15 buildings. There are presently
six families and 22 bachelors
with assignments in the "ghost
hill'' houses.
It is planned to have all build-
ings there vacated by the end of
November so that the houses can
be razed and grading work done
during the coming dry season.
The occupants will be given re-
gular assignments elsewhere on
the Atlantic side and most of the
bachelors will be provided with
quarters in 12-famlly buildings
In Margarita. The occupants of
the quarters will be moved as va-
cancies occur In other, buildings
and no "mass" evacuation is
planned.
The houses to be facated were
originally built early in 1941 by
the contractors for the dry exca-
vation of the new Oatun Locks.
The contractors erected a large
number of temporary quarters
for its employes in that area.
When the Third Locks project
was stopped in 1942. the buildings
were transferred to the Canal in
a general settlement of the dry
excavation contract..Most of the
houses were demolished but those'
on Lychee Street were considered
sufficiently substantial for a few
years' more use.
The term "ghost hill" for the
area was popularly adopted on
the Atlantic side after the ma-
jority of the houses were demol-
ished.
FOR RENT:First closs. very cool
spacious screened oportment in
Bello Vista, 2 porches, living-din-
ingroom, 2 bedrooms, hot water,
both-tub; Maid's room, privte
garage, garden and patio. Phone
3-1796.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished rooms with
porch, kitchen if desired. Apply
over Chase Bank corner 1 I th. and
Bolivor. Only entrance Bolivar.
House 10.123, phone 233. Colon.
Sheriff Thomas said there has
been no demonstrations, other
than the posse hunt.
Deputy Sheriff John Henr
Stanley admitted he fired two
shots In the darkness and coul:1
possibly have bit Crooms.
South Carolina's
Educator Wash Their
Hands Of H-Bomb
COLUMBIA, S. C, May 11 (UP)
Oov. James F. Byrnes said to-
day counties In the H-bomb
plant area can expect some Fed-
eral Government aid In supply-
ing educational needs of the 30.-
000 workers who will move to the
area.
Byrnes said he has discussed
the problem with the U. S. Of-
fice of Education. And he said a
representative of that Agency
would meet with him and visit
the site of the Savannah River
atomic energy project.
He reaffirmed his position that
the Federal Government Is
obligated to care for the expand-
ed needs of the area since no
State official asked that the
plant be located in the state.
Drese Waite Show
Will Be Repeated
At Balboa Theater
Became of the public response
to the recent Drese Waltjs
show at the Balboa Theater, the
dancing school will present the
show again Saturday night at
the same theater with the pro-
ceeds to go to the Summer Re-
creation Program.
Tickets for the show may be
purchased at the ticket booth
of the Balboa Theater any tune
the theater is open.
The show will be presented
in conjunction with the Koy
Rogers Western, "Apache Roc."
The stage presentation will
start at 9:30 p.m. Saturday.
Admission will be 50 cents
for adults and 25 cents lor
children.
four months to seven years.
Some boys and girls under 16
were ordered to the reforma-
tory.
Judge Oscar Castelo, passing
sentence in a heavily guarded
courtroom, held that the Com-
munist party and its armed Huk
forces "are engaged in armed
revolution to set up a Soviet
type Government In the Philip-
pines."
FOR SALE:Singer Treadle Sewing
Machine, $45.00; G. E. Tank type,
alarm clock $3.00; small toble
ond ping-pong lamps maple. Very
cheap. Double dry closet portition
S20.00, small rugs. Everything in
excellent condition. Fitch 175-
A Rio Grande St. Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:Coldspot Refrigerator,
9 eu. ft., with ocross-the-top
freezer chest, 25 cycle; Apex
washing machine, 25 cycle; mople
dinette set; Davenport; metol
porch or lown choirs; child's table
ond chairs; ond misc. items. After
4:30 p. m. or Saturday and Sun-
doy. 603-B Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE:Automatic refrigerator,
Defroster and 25 cycle Apex wash-
ing machine, one year old. Call
call Novy 3569 Qtrs. 40-A Far-
fan. _^_____
FOR SALE: Frigidaire, 7 Ft. 25
Cycle 3 year old unit, $75.00.
Phone Cristobal 3-2480.
PANAMANIAN WOMEN played an Important part In demanding return to the 1946 Constitu-
tion. Here a woman speaker vehemently addresses the National Police Officers, Insisting
that the constitution be upheld.
FOR SALE:At Pacific Sailfish Club
Saturday May 12, 9:00 A. M.,
week days at 4:30 p. m. until
sold out. Mohogonv Lounge Fur-
niture; MisceMoneous Tables; Two
pianos; Three large StoisUoss Steel
Sinks; One Large S*fe; Two Wood
Desks; One Typewriter; Three
Deck Bnke Oven; Refrigerating
Equipment; Restaurant Size; Res-
taurant Type Dishes and many
other items.
FOR SALE: Piono. china closet,
choise lounge, book or plant
shelves, desks, screen, couch frame,
linoleum rugs and pieces. All day
Saturday. 0595-A Mindi Street,
Ancon.
Wanted Position
Leaving Cristobal. Wont position
for my excellent cook. Highest re-
commendations. Cleonliness. Hon-
esty. Phone Cristobal 3-1849.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Moid for general house-
work and core of children. To live
in. Bring references. 5654-C,
* Diablo.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Conodion Family requies cholet, three
bedrooms, study, garden, garage,
preferably Bella Vista, Golf Hgts.
etc. Tel. 3-2492.
WANTED:Small piono,
priced. Phone 4-567.
reasonable
Kefduver Fingered Miami
Sheriff Retrieves Job
DEMONSTRATORS marching on Central Avenue in support of the strike.
COMPLETELY NUDE, with his clothes in his hand, an injured member of the PRA leaves thf \
Presidencia to give himself up to the police.
Philippines Reds
Sentenced To Die
MANILA. May 11 (UP) Six
members of the Philippines
Communist Party were senten-
ced to death today fot' murder,
arson and robbery In a plot to
overthrow the Philippines Gov-
ernment.
Nine other members of the
party's polltburo were sent ft
orison ior llfe.anrl nine c hr s
.ven sentences ranging from
TAMPA. Fla.. May 11, (UP)
Gov. Fuller Warren reinstated
Kefauver-crlticlzed Hugh Cul-
breath as sheriff of Hlllsborough
County today after the officer
was freed of bribery and neglect
of duty charges.
The Governor's action may
touch off protests in the Tampa
First Aid Volunteers
Graduate Tomorrow
Two classes of first aid vol-
unteers will be graduated to-
morrow at Fort Kobbe and Rod-
man completing the first series
of instruction offered to more
than 1,000 dependents of Armv.
Navy, and Air Force personnel.
Brig. Oen. Francis A. March.
Chief of 8taf f. U. 8. Army Carib-
bean, will be guest speaker at
the first graduation which will
take place at 10:30 a. m. at the
Kobbe Theatre.
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe. Commandant 15th Naval
District, is to speak at the grad-
uation to be held at 11 a. m. at
the Rodman Theatre.
All relative and friends are
invited to attend the ceremonies.
Bay area similar to those that
"rocked" Miami after Sheriff
Smiling Jimmy Sullivan was re-
stored to office.
Culbreath walked back into his
office from which he was suspen-
ded March 8 after a Grand Jury
Indicted him on charges of ac-
cepting a $1,000 bribe. Interfering
with a poli watcher, permitting
bookmaklng In the county jail
and two of neglect of duty.
The State's case against him
fell apart yesterday when the on-
ly witness, ex-lottery operator
Paul Giglia. could not recall the
exact amount of money passed
from murdered gambler Jimmy
Velasco to Culbreath. although
Giglia had told the Kefauver
Committee it was $1.000. Giglia
also could not remember the ex-
act time the money was passed.
"The public and the trumpet-
tongued press may howl for vic-
tory at any cost," Judge William
Harvey said in ordering a direct-
ed verdict of acquittal. "Yet they
neglect to send us adequate weap-
ons lnquestlonable proof of
charges by competent and be-
lievable testimony from reputa-
ble and truthful witnesses, and
ONE OF THE CORNERS of the Presidencia during the fighting.
not that of self-confessed crim-
inals."
The Kefauver Committee,
which held hearings here In De-
cember, said the bald, beefy sher-
iffs net worth Jumped from $30.-
000 to $100.000 during his years In
office. The committee accused
him of carrying on "business re-
lations with gang leader Salva-
tore (Red) Italiano.. and John
Torrio. Capone's predecessor In
Chicago."
Culbreath was the third of six
sheriffs suspended to be returned
to office by Governor Warren. All
six were ousted following Kefau-
ver Committee hearings on Flo-
rida gambling lr.st year. And four
of the six were Indicted but so far
onlv Sheriff Frank Williams of
Polk County was convicted.
The legalitv of Dade County
Sheriff Sullivan's reinstatement
is before the.State Supreme Court
now. His opponents question!
the right of the Governor to re-
Instate a sheriff while the State
Senate Is In session. The decision
of the high court could apply in
Culbreath's case.
$5* Grows to $482
WOONSOCKET. R. I. (UP)
Heirs of Mrs. Ellen Moffitt shar-
ed $482. a bank balance created,
through the magic of compound
interest, from a $50 deposit sha
made in 1889.
GARRISON, N. Y. (UP)Resl*.
dents in this area were startled
when they were invaded by a
troupe of wandering "Greeks."
The townspeople found Greek
men and women going about tht
countryside followed by a bat
tery of cameramen. It was ft
Hollywood company shooting
scenes for a movie about Com
munist intrigue In Greece.


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v,u..u.. -*itxjMuy i uuauiR svuouv u, WAieu uiey're not taming
,u. k~-, "ie uiuut's u.inn avreawc, er Boo barortas ap
1U1 K.v.o...e pioceaure la bom reassuring In 1U perform-
anca tsuii a.Aecuva ut m..w.-w.*u upon kuoae muiyiuusu woo coneeivea it, whetaer it
ue i fK.J, lakaioa M Aiauwui. iai, ana regaraiess oi wnlcn sia
oa we AH.MA.uaij m taea oiuAnakau.
x. v,ouiu a*iu vuak a laiae aoara oi credit ior thU good-
neifc..-04iy iecwuAA(.Ass>AiC Vtowiu u to fe.i couianuiuitt ae i-ou
cas> ..ct.Aiai uu \Aiaui. i neve luet i.u guy iocutny, ana iut
i.co avaiu i suouiu met, mu on a piO.essionai .!, dui ne
i a sa.u.e Oa (Uavtiuue iOV a coopeiauve eAAwrt so sorely iac**
uta au t*ia v*t au ao aoujioiy oaauaoie in tne present.
na paaoiuni \euicje wun a^ona and fanamuiuan oillcer
ridiuk v-: i**. tAs>a via ana r*. on a crosa-counvry tour,
aac a iiAii.tou sCsU'-OA-uia-iaw noinR tue rumoie eat nas
iiukieu id* raw oaca into tneir noias ana contnoutta immeaaur-
a.y io\.wu a aenaa oi levurny uu nocturnal complacency
ui.ouaAiou,, uu Aittniic aiuc palr-o-dlce. it naa renevea tne
navuiM appreiieru.o.i uiat paren.* xeei lowara vounK enndren
V...U ue e^poseu vo unuainea peiua. and cnangea to a maraea
Ue-ie *ne uvuir naona 01 many oi our lorarnoat cltuens.
a or example ueorae jonea, Jr. u no longer acarea to sleep
alone aince mm. loving oroiner vVauei leit. Mary Coney no longer
anas it neceaaary to aiaRUiaa neraeii aa an oiu woman in a snaivi
in oruer to get aaiaiy nome irom uingo. iipion, Tuttie, and
! Aerwmi.er oi ueLesaep nave oanuhaa iaar ior tne saie return
or taeir H.w.'a after a hard day at tne peauty panor. irank
Miliar, BalDoa-meaal man. wanis to leave Haroy riat and movf
paca: into ins oa lome at (uariers 6UU. blmiiariy, It la reponed
mat- Our wen-iovaa Capuin i-enion would leave tne Vanaicien
nat. ana resume ma oia post as mo. l resioent oi tne Hotel Wash*
ui8i.on. am Brown, wno is normauy accompanied by a heuy
D03 guara, nas ios. his usual tmnaity over oeing roned for all
ins wealth. And imgalne tne sense oi rellei experienced by Alex
McKeown. Vvltn the return of all his onsprlng, the new deal
ia diplomacy has left Doc Gilder breathing easy a lot easier
than YOU can breathe whan he shoves a spatula down your
throat.- *
Th efficacy af this protection pact la fait mast keenly
at the aid McaOnley Meuee where aar lady teaehera are
phrasing a maiden-ferased BRAva! The pear tria had .
to* frequently keen pinpointed aa tba target far tonight,
and been abjeet to bnrglary, prowling, and ether indig-
nitlea. If 1 were hack ia grade school, I would say It
serve* kaaa right. Bat paatgraduate wark has taught
me that lady teachers da have their goad points and pre-
sent participios.
Since the departure of Helen Patterson (the laaay with the
classy chassis), there has been a noticeable falling off of felony
at Quarters 400. There should never have been any to begin
with, because the proverbial underpaid teacher ia a barren source
of profit for the potential purse-pincher.
If those misled miscreants really wanted to strike It rich,
they should have tried cutting the screen or Jimmying the door
of electricians, like Clancy; pilots, like Kariger; hotel tycoons,
like Cranberry; firemen, like Humphries; customs men, like
Compton; terminals' men and their specie, like MacPherson:
postal men and their plata, like Pederson; machinists, like Ail-
eaier: cops. Ills Hauser; Industrial bureau-crats, like Frankel;
arbers, like (lores; towboaters. like Holmelin: end-men. like
Fmley; dispatchers, like Forsstrom; brokers, like McElhone;
principals, like Beck; GMOboes, like Cawl: steamship men loaded
with ore. like Hedges: municipals, like Blssell; planners, like
Peterson; plumbers, like Smith: doctors, like Taylor; dentists, like
Prler; or retired capitalists, like Pee Wee Reese. They could have
made a killing there or gotten killed.
Another singular development brought about by this bilateral
law enforcement policy is that all is quiescent on the canine
front. The mutts simply don't have much to bark at any more.
In these davs of "Dime, can you spare a brother?" we may not
have a chicken in everv pot. but we do have at least one "hot"
dog in every neighborhood kennel. The latest Klotz ukase was
an admonishment to dog owners to curb the habits of their
pets. If I may Interpose here a little plug (fire) for the pooches,
in some cases greater serenity won'd be attained If we were to
have the dogs curb their owners, whose "Blue Ribbon" for be-
haviour-prize comes In cans.
No such 'afeudin' and 'afaaalnn' obtains la one neighbor-
hood covered by the border patrol, where peta and owners
alike are models af animal rectitude. Srhelbler'a 'Corky,"
Bertschy's "Baron." 'Hardy's "Batch," Orvis' "Butaons,"
Ken Billings' "Truman," and John Glaneys "Jeet" are
gentle, tractable, and addicted only to the curious habit of
. trying to climb a ceconat tree backwards. Similar doggy
virtues could be ascribed to Rainier' Mexican hairless,
Brown's Boston-pit. Rub*Ill's Chihuahua. Dameron'a dal-
mation, Glen Martin's chaw. Mai Baoz's boxer. Dignam's
dachshund. Reinhold's Freneb paedle. and Ritchie's see-
Ing-eye dag.
The oolnt of the tail, however, la that folks over here are
Atlantlckled and immensely gratified over the left turn of events
as developed bv the rolling patrol. Thev would rather have, sav,
Waddell and Gonzalez parading their streets In a "car than Mac-
Arthur himself. They pray that the Prowl of the Policas Is not
merely a trial balloon destined for early deflation, but a fixed
and beneficial system that will lone endure.
Endure for as long as our favorite correspondent. D.M.M.. who
has told her readers that he Is back in harness. "Maglcform" or
"Playtex." Dot?
/ Beach Nut
Labor [News
And /
(/unment .
My Victor KUitl
Our very good friends and
military allies of Western Eu-
rope apparently don't take the
[death or our OIs and a few
vary few! of their own fighting
lads as a personal insult. Money
is money to our very good
friends, whether it's rubles,
alotys or yen. And our very
good friends are raking it In by
the hundreds of million* by
building ships, whole factories,
huge military cranes, precision
gunmaklng machines and even
troop -oarriers. for the Bovlet
and its satellite armies right
nowl
Furthermore, many In Eu-
ropean Industrial and military
circles sneer at us snooklsh
Americans for being deceived
by this trade with tba tovar-
lschi which has increased up
to 2202 per cent on many blood-
letting Items.
It was a secret U. 8. Senate
Investigating agent who first
discovered it for us. Acting un-
der instructions from Mary-
land's Senator Herbert O'Conor,
who's been probing this inter-
national crime as well as our
own mob combine, this agent
slipped quietly Into one eneck
point on the border of the Rus-
sian sone in Germany. Hidden
for an hour, he was horrified
to see huge trucks racing Into
Red territory at the rata of one
every three minutes.
There was no examination or
the loads although there rang-
ed up to 32 tons and had trail-
er units, no les.
The Sehate prober (tchose
discoveries are now in Sen.
Q'Conor's hands, soon to be
made public) tjuiefcly learn-
ed, for example, that tO-ton
crane were being moved to
the Russians. Hoto, when 39-
ton cranes are illegal Mp-
ments? The transport tiexet
was simply mavited II
ions. That's legal. Whole
factories mere being carried
across, marked "spare part."
Then they were re-assem-
bled in eastern Europe. So
it went with iron, steel,
machines, tools, and oh*-
micals Jot war on Untied
Nations troops.
For years ail> observers in
aiurope nave oeen warning the
state uepu ano uepc. o De-
fense aoout tois, oiit not a
counter-move was maae.
Now comes the CiO with new
evidence oi equally noiutsh
trad*. From Joe Curran s CIO
National Maritime union, cer-
tainly a friend oi our very good
friends, the Western Demosra-
cie*, we learn that the very na-
tions whose shipyards we have
helped to rebulla ate repay-
ing us by producing essential
ocean-going heavy equipment
lor Russia!
Big Joe Curran is. a vice-pre-
sident of 010, and has help-
ed formulate Its policies ior ail-
out aid to the free lands o Eu-
rope. Therefore, his union's cri-
ticism must be -taken with
double seriousness. Neither he
nor the aophistlcated anti-
Communlsts around him would
do anything to hurt potential
allies and tree workers abroad,
unless It were bitterly necessary.
But now, apparently, this
of militant CIO sailors
cW\b WaSHWGTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
I* DMW PIARSON
Dr#w Pearson toys: Princess Rita relaxes at ruitte rttrsat;
Ptorion farm losas faca when water fails; Crisis settles
family well-digging argument.
was
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IT'S SO NICE TO BE THE MAN /(ROUND THE HOUSE?-lt baa aome disadvantages. Uvlng
with eeven pretty women, thinks Bill Phlppe of Los Angeles (fifth from left in line for the bath-
room). Bill and a dog named Cyrano (second from left) share a rooming house with the eeven
gala and It'* all perfectly okay, ataca a housemother takes rare of the whole brood. The seven ladle*
in the bathroom line are: Lucille Delleno. Janet Stewart, France Conlay, Diana Marievsky, Maxina
Croas, Virginia and Carol Price.
Grain For India
By Peter Edson
group w- ------
believes the time has come to
The union's well-
WASHINGTON(NEA)The position of India
today is sometimes likened'to thai of China in
1945. It can be saved from communism If the
right things are done. It can be lost to com-
munism if the wrong things are done.
It Is In this latter category that the United
States now has a chanca to commit a major
blunder in its handling of famine relief. What
started out to be a simple act of charity has
now become Involved in the larger debate on
the whole question of Truman administration
policy towards communism.
Though Gen. Douglas MacArthur's firing as
U. S. commander in the Far Bast had nothing
directly to do with India, the famine relief prob-
'?m has become a part of the debate which the
MacArthur firing stsrted. U. 8. politics there-
fore has a hand in it from here on.
The common belief Is that the India famine
relief bill. Introduced by Rep. Thomas Morgan
of Pennsylvania, las been blocked by the House
Rules Committee. Actually, at this writing, the
House Rules Committee has never had a meet-
ing on the bill.
The story behind that is that after the House
Foreign Affairs Committee had aproved the bill,
the Democrats on the Rulea Committee conduct-
ed an informal poll of their members. It was
found thai not enough Democratic votas, could
be mustered to clear the bill for House action.
Bo Chalrnmn Adolph Sabath simply refrained
from culling a Rules Committee meeting to dis-
cuss the measure.
Oblections which congressmen raise against
the Indian famine relief bill are many and
varied. Some of the objections have little or
nothing to do with India directly. It Is the en-
tire Truman foreign policy that Republicans and
some Democrats are attacking.
One argument against Indian famine relief
which has not come out in the open, but which
congressmen talk about privately, is that this Is
or.lv a starter for a much larger global relief
oroerfim. If the Indian relief bill is aonroved.
it is feared that another big relief bill for Arab
refugees In Palestine will be presented.
Congressmen ask: "Where is this eolnt? to
stop?" The Marshall Plan and military assist-
ance requests for next year have not yet been
sent to Congress. If these separate-country re-
lief measures are piled on them, the total will
be huge and the chances for economizing small.
In addition to which, many congressmen are
Dalklng at the terms of the Truman administra-
tion's Indian relief bill. What India asked for,
last December, was two million tons of grain "on
special and easv terms." If the deal had been
arranged on that basis, it wouldn't have had to
ro through Congress and might all be settled
now.
Instead of that, the administration sent up a
bill asking for S140 million aa a grant. This
would give India 750 million bushels of Congress,
the old Marshall Plan restrictions were tacked
on.
These would provide that the grain be sold by
the Indian government In Its normal trade
channels. The rupees received from this sale
would be put In a counterpart fund. And this
would be used to build Irrigation projects, or
other developments to Increase Indian food pro-
duction. This Is said to be haggling over dis-
tress Imposing conditions which would make
the Indians resent the aid given.
Aside from these points, political opposition to
the Indian famine relief bill seems to have no
compunctions about hard bargaining over mi-
sery. Individual congressmen think the aid
should be furnished only on a barter deal. This
would Involve trading food grains for burlap,
manganese, or what have thejp. Thlg in spite
of the fact that India last year sent nearly
three-fourths of her exports In these materials
to the U. S.
The charge that India's government hasn't
cooperated with the United States In the -United
Nations and In Korea Is not considered a major
objection to the relief Mil. But all these fine
nolnts are lost on the Indians. All they know
Is that they're not getting the Rraln and that
this country has surpluses In storage.
Political debate and delav under these circum-
stances certalnlv can do the cause of the west-
ern wo'-'d no good In Asia.
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Served by:
Hotel tl Panama Balboa Clubhouse
Pete's Catalina Garden Panama Hospital
tl Kancho Balboa Y M C A.
Sorrs sea SJaia*a sasiasn rsss* has aa alms
Pisas* caR Baiksa S.14* lar tfifsrtsstls
scream out.
informed Washington repre-
sentative, the executive secre-
tary of the CIO Maritime Com-
mittee, Hoyt Haddock, reports
that Italy, Holland and Belgium
are helping the Soviet Rebuild
its cargo and passenger fleets
land ior the word "passenger,
please say "potential troop car-
Haddock reveals that Hol-
land "has a trade agree-
ment with Russia which
specifies she is to build 25
vessels for Russia, including
three cargo ships, six tank-
ers, five refrigerated ships,
ten whalers, and one whal-
ing factory ship."
This same report to the union
adds that, "In addition, Holland
has contracted to build three
additional diesel-electric cargo
vessels.. (and) Holland shows
every Inclination of building all
the vessel* Russia is willing to
pay for." ...
This indicates that Holland
may become the shipyard for
the Soviet, now needing oil
tankers and special vessels for
swift movements of food for its,
armies In the steaming Orient-
al waters.
The ClCe maritime "eye" In
Washington, further discloses
that Belgium has "accepted
Russian orders for five' cargo
vessels of 3,000 gross tons ea-h
and seven trawlers of 1,500
gross tons each.
Italian yards have accepted
Russian orders for two-cargo-
passenger vessels of 2,750 gross
tons each."
These easily become priceless
troop carriers and supply ship*
In wartime.
And Haddock, whose nation-
al CIO was the first labor or-
ganization to put Gen. Marshall
on a speakers' platform, winds
up angrily by saying:
"We give our wholeheart-
ed support to the aims of
the Marshall plan. However,
tee firmly believe that thie
noftM must hold strings -
which would discourage na-
tions receiving ECA aid from
arming the enemy. We de-
plore the V. S. policy which
allows our resorces to arm
the enemy."
Amen!
{Copyright mi Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Far East
By Bruce Biossat
The focus of the nation Is now upon the Sen-
ate hearings Into the MacArthur controversy
and our general Far Eastern policy. For the
sake of us all, we should beseech our lawmakers
to consider the facts soberly and arrive at wise
judgments as to our future course.
Certain It Is, however, that they and we
would be better fit for this task If the American
icople understood Asia and the Asiatics more
thoroughly than they do. It Is no exaggeration
to declare that few of us have more than the
faintest notion of what the Orient Is really like.
And that holds for many of the lawmakers who
most vigorously champion aggressive action In
the Far East.
Asia we think of for the most part as a far-
away place teeming with millions who are bare-
ly able If at all to keep body and soul to-
gether. Its history. Its traditions and culture.
Its moral values are largely mysteries to us.
China and India particularly are vast enigmas.
We do not even know their recent history well.
Tor instance, what Is the real. Impartial story
Of the rise and fall of Chiang Kai-shek as the
leader of all China? How should his defeat at
the hands of Mao Tse-tung's Red forces be falr-
Iv weighed?
The blank spaces In our knowledge of the
Orient are enormous. Yet we are'now trying to
lav the basis for decisions about the Far East
which rightly demand of us the oower to fathom
the Oriental mind in its full setting.
Some of us eagerlv assume that It would be
sensible to back Chiang Kai-shek in an effort
to re-enter mainland China from his Formosa
base. All aside from the question of the mili-
tary fitness of his forces, how would he be re-
ceived by the Chinese? As a liberator or not?
Evidence suggests that many guerrilla forces
now operating In China prooer would decline to
accept his leadership, though thev are as oppos-
ed to communism as he. Is this indicative of
the attitude of moat Chinese?
We don't really know, and yet that knowledge
Is of the utmost Importance politically. We can
hardly issume that our espousal of Chiang
would be regarded by the Chinese as a friendly
act. when the exact reverse might be true. We
can't be blind to the political meaning of our
acts either In Asia or Europe.
Even if Chiang's armies were deemed certain
to be a military help which is not the case
we might have to avoid their use because of the
political consequences. The world of free men
will never be closelv knit If one nation or an-
other Insists on plunging ahead without under-
standing the needs and aspirations of other
peoples.
For that same reason, we cannot devise eco-
nomic plans for the. Asiatics without realizing
the earthly elements of their struggle for a bet-
ter way of life. We can't blithely draft pro-
grams which take it for granted they think and
act as we. Thev don't, and if we want them
for friends we must set about finding out how
they do think and act.
From the long-range vlewooint. It seems clear
there ought to be more Far Eastern history
taught In our schools and universities. A few
have done a good lob. but most have tended
to ignore Asia as If It were Little America.
But that won't help adult Americans and
their elected representatives in Washington, who
need to know more about the Orient now. Most
of the information exists already In books and
documents, though much of the recent Asiatic
history would have to be carefully sifted to
sc een out propaganda with a high emotional
content.
Could not U. t. newspapers, radio and televi-
sion stations undertake this task? They are
ideallv equipped bv talent and experience to
lye the American people a terse, human, and
above all an accurate account of life in Asia
in all Its phases. It's a challenge that could
easily appeal to 'he enterprising' American
Dress. Nothing would give greater sign of its
awareness o its pre-eminent responsibility to
Inform the people.
a long way from the SeT-ate":........-------"""" ",wu,, "* *f*
-,..'? gh. niwsPaJ*r headlines played up reports that Rita ay-
worth was in Reno preparing to shed her title of prinTess Mtual-
M' W?8 sPnd^ "w day. on th. Pearson farm in Maryland
where she seemed more Interested in 47 queens of th*^Irrparn.
a couple of horses, and our prize Holatein bulls, ^iiiTl ^
i,.Ater fylng' t0 coyer the tatter **, I got out to the farm
me%tarkajn^Wac* mUCh m0re tU"1"U,t pt0blem ,Ur^
far^Ko"!!'^^^ ftot, things apparently had gone weHr the
faim hands had taken the presence of visiting royalty and^ofly-
rirdJ!ni?r ln ^e'r trlde. The dairyman's children did notewn
ask Miss Hayworth for an autograph, nor did our conscientious
MPa^RaSfilt'n'hSf"^ C11PP"' P^-P'" deacon at ftf s*
h fu?*?,1 st <*urcn> sk W contribution. Nobody was thrown
Lin rses' ""O'.Truman did not break down the fence-* h
usually does on the slightest excuse; while the dogwood, the_lilspa.
and the iris put on a glamor show rivaling anything in-Jsolfy-'
NO BATH FOR RITA
However, I could see the minute I got out of my cat and
greeted Mrs. P that all was not well. Mrs. P had that staeiyTtot
ln her eye which I had not seen for a long, long time ln fajct.
not since the hogs got loose and made mincemeat out of her deck
tennis court.
take"Tbbatn*^r'" **W M"' P' "to 0,f' Just how u R,ta ingjte
- i w?ave ^ou cailed Leon Lowery?" I asked, referring to dur
neighbor who can fix anything from my grandson's nursing bottle
to the twlneknotter on a new Holland pickup hay-baller.
"Leon is bu*y and won't come," replied the little woman. .
I m sure if you told him that Rita Hayworth needed a bata
ne d come In a minute," I suggested.
"It Isn't only a bath," reminded Mr*. P, who had been faeea
with the drought all day. "How do we wash the dishes? And what
do we drink?"
"Well, we could try gin." But the crack didn't go over -at
all big.
"Maybe your cows would like gin, too?" shot back Mrs. :P,
a.mlng at a weak spot. "If you're not worried about baths for
Rita and the Jackson Ldghters and all the dirty dishes, at-ieas
I know you'll worry about your cows."
This, I confess, made me think twice. Because when cows get
"0 water to drink, they give less milk, and when they give lew
milk my acore goes down; and I have been aiming for a milk
score that would beat Carroll Morgan's, who taunts me with his
high score every time we meet.
Finally, I got Leon Lowery on the telephone. He had ordered
an extra part for the pump a month ago. but Jake flnydef of
Farmers Supply had forgotten to order it. So the pump couldn't
get fixed that night, Rita couldn't get a bath, the dishes couldnt
get washed, I couldn't shave ln the morning, and my cows wotfld
get a lower core than Carroll Morgan's. .
"Maybe Rita could do without a bath," I suggested hopefully,
"I'll bet when she was a kid back ln Brooklyn she even aTrgutd
with her mother that she didn't want to bathe at all."
"Yes, but what about your cows?" reminded Mrs. P. "
"Well, that's different," I admitted. ,
"And we can't flush the toilets."
,., "But ve can use the Byrd house," I argued, referring to the
Chic Sale Job up near the dairy barn. "Anyway, your and my
ancestors, and even Rita's, never had any tolleta to flush. Why
should we be so snobbish?"
LIZARDS IN THE PIPE
"Furthermore," I argued, I confess a little desperately, "lobls
at New York City and all the trouble they had about water.
We re not the only ones who have problems. Or take Los Angeles.
Mayor Bowron out there Is always making my daughter qiit
watering her lawn.
"Furthermore," say I, "I would like to quote an lsSBT of
a noted columnthe Washington Merry-Go-Roundwhich, -re-
cently said, 'A calamity worse than the atom bomb Is beingStu-
dled by scientiststhe increasing shortage of water In the United
States.'
"You and. Rita will just have to get ready for the ultimate
future, I concluded, "and the fact that our pump bit)ke down lg
just good practice for the days that He ahead." ,
However, It didn't do any good. By this time I had a STJofig
suspicion where the argument wa* heading. There has long been
a difference of opinion inside the Pearson family about the rela-
tive merits of water from a spring and water from a well. Mise
Hayworth, so far as I could see, was not really perturbed about
her bath. I Imagine there were a good many days traveling
U.rough Africa with Prince All Khan that she never got a bath
at all, and I gathered this was not the grounds for their Im-
pending divorce. So I had sort of an Inkling of what was coming.
"Don't you think," said Mrs. P, changing to her most dulcet
tones, "that what we really need is a well all our owna well
that we don't have to share with your 47 thirsty cows and the
farm families? After all, a -well would be so much better thaa
a spring, with all those lltards always crawling into the pip*.
I think you should call up a well-digger and get started tomorrow.
After all, you're always building some silo or other that doesn't
do any good except stick up ln the air and spoil the scenery."
"But how is Jackson Lelghter going to reduce if he doesn't
help me fill the silo?" say I, referring to my well-padded radio
cgent, who, with Mrs. Lelghter. has been traveling with Rita.
However, I saw it was no use.. Rita Hayworth is a charming
gal and a swell sport. She didn't mind the water shortage at ail.
But she has done me a great disfavor. Thanks to her, I have
been euchred Into drilling a well.
However, though Mrs. P doesn't know It yet, I am going to
connect the well to the cow barn. I Just can't afford to let my
milk score drop. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlty
Rcturnlnc from Leave
The United States Consul at
Panama and Mrs. Charles M.
Gerrlty and their young daugh-
ter are expected to return to Pan-
ama Monday from a short vaca-
tion spent In Pennsylvania and
New York.
8. NEWCOMER, MRS. VOGEL AND MRS. MORGAN
BgbNORED AT WOMAN'S CLUB LUNCHEON
Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer, wife of the Governor of The
Panama Canal. Mrs. Herbert D. Void, wife of the Lieutenant
Governor, and Mrs. Charles P. Moran were fuests of honor
at the 5th Anniversary Luncheon of the Balboa Woman's
Club held Wednesday at the Hotel Tivoli.
In the receiving line were Mrs. the SS "Panama" after a short
Frank Riter, outgoing president, visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stokes.
Mrs. Fred Morrlll. the new presi-
dent. Mrs. Ernest Zelnick and
Mrs. Ed Brown former presidenta
of the club. A special out of town
guest was Mrs. Helen V. Sedgwlck
of WllUamstown, Delaware, whose
husband was employed here dur-
ing construction days. Other
guests Included Mrs. Nedda E.
Bertrand, Mrs. Thyra Sheibley,
Mrs. Grace Brundage. Mrs. Ruth
Bourgeois, Mrs. Nora Humber,
Mrs. Howard R. Ross and Mrs.
Donald Baker.
Officers for the coming club
year were Installed and Mrs.
Morrlll. the new president, an-
nounced the appointment of the
following committee chairmen:
Courtesy and Sick committee,
Mrs. Ernest Zelnick; Reception,
Mrs. Herbert Bathman; Friendly
Relations, Mrs. Max Shannon;
Civic and Youth, Mrs. Fred
Frank; Custodian, Mrs. Harry
Robinson; Decorations. Mrs. Ira
Wright; Publicity, Mrs. S. M.
Ires; Hospitality and Welfare,
Mrs. Oliver Culp; Membership.
Mrs. Pat Ryan; Refreshments,
Mrs. Will Albright; Parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Earl Dailey; Pianist,
Mrs. Harry Yard; Yearbook.-Mrs.
Ed Brown; Gardening Group.
Mrs. Charles P. Morgan; Needle-
craft Group. Mrs, F. Saunders;
and Historian, Mrs. J. B. DeVore.
Informal Supper .
at Balboa Heights
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Medlnger
and their son, Robert Medlnger,
are entertaining a group of young
people at a buffet supper this
evening at their residence on
Balboa Heights.
Mr. Neville Leave
for Arlington
E. N. Neville, Jr., of Diablo
Heights left by airplane today for
Arlington. Massachusetts, where
he was called because of the
death of his father, E. H. Ne-
ville, who was, before bis retire-
ment, a resident of Balboa and
Gamboa for many years.
Cake Sale Tomorrow
Alumnae of Girls State will hold
a cake sale tomorrow at 9 a.m. at
the American Legion Hal. Bal-
boa, to raise money for sending a
girl to this year's Girls State.
Mrs. Ed Brown, first president
of the club, cut the birthday
cake. Mrs. Zelnick presented to
Mrs. Riter. the outgoing presi-
dent, a silver tray, a gift from
the members of the Board of Di-
rector. Mrs. J. Joustra won the
door prize. A program of dancing
was given by Dolores Walte's
dancing class.
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin
To Be Honored Tonight '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Slmnot
are giving a buffet supper this
evening at their residence at Ca-
ble Heights as a farewell for Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel S. Irvln who are
leaving soon to make their home
In North Carolina.
Visitors Depart
Mrs. Edward N. Stokes of Bal-
boa Heights was In Cristobal to-
day for the sailing of her cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Dllflll,
o Detroit. Michigan, who left on
Colonel and Mrs. Carpenter
Leave for California
Colonel and Mrs. Stanley J.
Carpenter and their son. Barton,
sailed today on the SS "Panama"
for New York. They will motor
from New York to Colonel Car-
penter's new post at Fort Baker,
California.
During their three years at Fort
Clayton Mrs. Carpenter, a violin-
ist, has been prominent In musi-
cal circles, and for the past year
has been English Secretary of the
Inter-American Women's Club.
Colonel Carpenter was Entomo-
logist for the U. S. Army Carib-
bean during his tour of duty here.
Mrs. Herr Entertains
For Her Mother
Complimenting her mother,
Mrs. James H. Adams of Cape
Cod and Washington. D.C., Mrs.
Roberts. Herr entertained a few
of her friends at coffee Wednes-
day morning at her home In Bal-
boa^^
Tomorrow morning Mrs. Herr
will entertain another group at
coffee, also honoring her mother,
who arrived recently for a visit
of several weeks.
Arrival from Washington
Miss Lois Flelshacker of St.
Paul. Minnesota, arrived from
Washington. D.C., early this week
and is stopping at the Hotel Ti-
voli. She has Joined the staff of
the United States Embassy in Pa-
nama.
This Is your Invitation to the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
MOTHERS DAY SUNDAY, MAY IS
- lt:45 a.m."THE MAGIC MIRROR"
lt:45 a.m."THE MAGIC MIRROR"
Junior Choir Duet
"O BlesseH Love of Mother" Mr. & Mrs. Webb Hearne
7:30 p.m."OODLY PURPOSES" Dan 1:3-25
(Prophetic Messages on Daniel)
Ambassadors Quartet Solo, Mr. Ed. Perry.
Pastor Beeby SpeakingRadio outletHOXO 760.
Visitors in Boquete ,
Recent guests at the Hotel Pa-
namonte in Boquete were Mr.
and Mrs. Leigh Cramer, Mr. and
Mrs. Sergio Betancourt and A.
Vallarlno.
Radio Programs
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P.M.
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DINNER FOLLOWS REBEARSAL
FOR LA PORTA-FLORES WEDDING
Mr. and Mra. J. H. White, of France Field, entertained
with a dinner party at their home, Wednesday evening, fol-
lowing the rehearsal at the Church of the Holy Family for
the wedding of Miss Melba Flores and Mr. Robert La Porta,
which wUl take place Saturday.
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The all-white buffet table was
covered with a cut-work table
cloth and centered with coffee
roase and tapers In crystal hold-
ers.
The gueats with Miss Flores
and Mr. La Porta were: Mrs.
Marguerite Schommer, Mr. and
Mrs. Ruben Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Munyon and Harry,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mun-
yon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day and
Madelon Garrett. Mrs. Eugene
Shipley and Julie. Miss Pat Ged-
des. Mr. Lanky Flores, Miss Mar-
garet McKenete, Lt. and Mrs.
Gaddls Wall and Wayne and Mr.
John Florea.
ronatlon ball at the Monaco Gar-
den that evening, haa been post-
poned because of the political
disturbances.
It Is planned to hold the fair
next week, with the opening on
Saturday. May 19.
Surprise Farewell Dinner
for Mr. and Mrs. McClelland
The members of the social Ac-
tivities Committee of the Cristo-
bal Y.M.C.A., entertained with a
surprise dinner party In the din-
ing room of the >"Y" Wednesday
evening as a farewell to Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. McClelland who sailed
today for a vacation In the States.
During the evening bon voyage
presents were given the honor-
eea and a birthday present was
given Mrs. Margaret Austin.
Those who participated In the
party and gifts were: Misses Sal-
ly Tucker. Lillian Williams. Eut
nice Hassan and Connie Landry.
Messrs Sam Welsberg. Charles
Chetner. and Fernando Aguilera,
with Mr. and Mrs. Leslelgh Davis
and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. L. Gra-
ham.
Mr. McClelland will attend the
United States Y.M.C.A. Centen-
nial at Cleveland. Ohio, the week
of June 18, as a representative
from the Cristobal Armed Forces
"Y." Mrs. McClelland and their
children will visit with her rela-
tives In Murray, Iowa.
Mrs. De VoU Visiting Family
Mra. H. B. DeVoll. the former
Miss Norma Englebright and her
son. Hank Lee, arrived Monday
by plane from Sedalla. Missouri
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Englebright of Margarita.
Corporal DeVoll is serving with
the United States Army In Ko-
rea.
Cristobal Rebekah Club waa held
Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. Betty O'Rourke of Mar-
garita, with Mrs. Elizabeth Will-
lms as co-hostess.
Mrs. Maude Lawrence, presi-
dent, presided at the meeting.
The Dark Horse was won by Mrs.
Emma Estes.
The other members present
were: Mrs. Lita Robertson Mrs.
Marie Wolf. Mrs. Edna Furr, Mrs,
Olive Hailoran, Mrs. Virginia
Cralg, Mrs. Virginia Starke, Mrs.
Mary Alice Thomas. Mrs. Doro-
thy Theriot. Mrs. Violet Deaklna
and Mrs. E. E. Stern.
Rebekah Club Meeting
The regular meeting of the on both sides of the isthmus.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter
Have Housewarming
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter of
Colon had a group of friends in
for a housewarming at their new
residence Apartment 90789th
8t.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter's recent
wedding was of interest to friends
Brownies Have Fly-Cp Ceremony
/.ownle Troops 32,23 and 36 of
New Cristobal had a combined
Fly-Up ceremony at their regular
meeting. Mra. Charles Whitaker
and her Girl Scout Troop were
present to paritclpate In the af-
fair and to receive the girls as
new members Into the Scout
T -n.
The Brownies and Scouts form-
en u double horseshoe for the flag
ceremony which opened the pro-
gram. Mrs. Norman Davlson ex-
plained the meaning of the
"Wings" which the girls received
and the meaning of the "Fly-
Up."
During the singing and acting
of the "Swing Song" the follow-
ing Brownies left their troops and
were received by Mrs. Whitaker
into the Girl Scouts. They were:
Marilyn Smith. Sandra Roscoe,
Mary Louise Washbaugh. Jean
Seaman, Rosemary Cookson. Di-
ane Hlckey and Lucy Alexaltls.
Mrs. Harry Seaman's troop put
on a little play, after which the
singing of taps concluded the
program.
The leaders who were present
were: Mrs. Harry Seaman. Mra.
E. F. McClelland, Mrs. W. T.
Compton.Mrs. Marek.Mrs.N. B.
Davlson and Mrs. Payne. Mrs.
Chester Lindaren and Mrs. W. T.
Clute assisted.
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PANAMA, R. P.. VIERNES. MATO 11, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
SE INSTALO HOY EL NUEVO GABINETE
"Esperamos que la sangre
derramada no haya sido en
vano", dicen los educadores
Lamentamos p r of lindamente
que el movimiento cvico, en el
que han Intervenido en forma
tan, gallarda y patritica to*
mejores elementos de nuestra
nacionalidad, haya dejado un
sald triste de victimas. Y es-
peramos que la sangre derra-
mada o haya sido en var.o.
pues ella ser desde hoy y por
muchas generaciones, una lec-
cin viva para los gobernantes
panameos.!
En cuanto al escogimiento de
la persona que ha de dirigir el
ramo de Educacin, manifesta-
mos de la manera ms enftica
c,ue su filiacin partidaria no
es problema que nos preocupe.
Nos preocupa si, que este fun-
cionario ajuste su conducta al
respeto ms estricto a los prin-
cipios y normas establecidos on
el Estatuto Nacional y en la
Ley 47, Orgnica de Educacior.,
asimismo confiamos que el nue-
"o Ministro seguir una poltica
orientada hacia la mejor solu-
cin de los numerosos proble-
mas educativos con la interven-
cin de los trabajadores de a
enseanza.
Panam, 11 de Mayo de 1951
Por el Magisterio Panameo
Unido:
Ins E Gutzmer. Sara SollUo
'Pasa < la Pt Col 41
Jugar siempre
la Lotera el
pxmo. domingo
Estamos en capacidad de in-
formar al pblico que el Sr.
Don Jos Oller, Gerente de la
Lotera Nacional de Benefi-
cencia rtos ha avisado que el
sorteo ordinario de la Lotera
Nacional ae llevar a'cabo, co-
mo de costumbre, a las 11 de
la maana del prximo do-
mingo 13 de Mayo en la Placa
de la Lotera.
A Nuestros Lectores
En la pgina cuatro publi-
camos una amplia informa-
cin grfica de los histricos
sucesos ocurridos ayer en es-
ta ciudad y aue culminaron
con la rendicin de la Presi-
dencia de la Repblica.
Los destrozos de metralla en Palacio
Grficas elocuentes tomadas por Cabredo y que
en la Presidencia de la Repblica, durante tres
nulfo Arias y sos copartidarios aue lo respalda
to de poicada que protega na de las ametra
perforaciones de Im balas disparadas por los
esta Uena de huecos. El despacho del Jefe del
radas los papeles en el suelo. El saln Amari
POT el sucio, utilizada como escudo por toa defe
DESPUS DE LA CAPITULACIN, y- Dramtica fotografa captada en el momento mismo en
que el Ex-Presidente Arnulfo Arias, abandona ba ayer el Palacio Presidencial, despus de sos-
tener sus copartidarios un furioso combate por la posesin del Palacio. El Dr. Arlas mostran-
do en su rostro firmeza v decisin f visiblemen te extenuado, arenga a sus seguidores, en com-
paa de su esposa, Doa Ana Matilde Linares de Arias, de sus cuados. Francisco Jos y En-
rique Linares Jr. v de otras personas. El Dr. Arias permanece detenido en el Cuartel Central
de Polica a rdenes de la Asamblea Nacional. ______________________________:________
Sinopsis de los ltimos
acontecimientos polticos
.-----------------,_^,----------------------_.
Por considerarlo de inters para el pblico en general
publicamos a continuacin una sinopsis de los hechos
ms salientes ocurridos en los ltimos das y que han
culminado con el ascenso ai poder del seor don Alubia-.
SBADO 5 DE MAYO: Como medida preparatoria
para ir formando ambiente al plan de expedir un Decre-
to de derogatoria de la Constitucin Nacional de 1946, se
hicieron varios arrestos, entre ellos, los de los seores
Manuel de J. Quljano Jr., Ricardo A. de la Guardia, ocho
redactores del peridico de medio da "La Har" y algu-
nos del Frente Patritico.
DOMINGO DE MAYO: Sin duda, con la misma
finalidad, se trat de arrestar a varios otros ciudadanas
prominentes que no pudieron ser localizados en sus resi-
dencias. En la noche de ese mismo dia fueron detenidos
don Roberto F. Chiari, el Licenciado Jos Isaac Fbrega,
el Ingeniero H.D. David Samudlo y result herido el H.D.
Jorge Illueca, al cruzarse varios disparos entre l y el In-
geniero Norberto Navarro con miembros de la Polica Se-
creta Nacional.
LUNES, 7 DE MAYO. En la tarde se expidi el De-
creto de derogatoria de la Constitucin de 1946. El Pre-
sidente Arias, en alocucin por radio al pas, anunci que
contaba con el apoyo de "los institutos armados".
MARTES, 8 DE MAYO. Se organiz una gran ma-
nifestacin de protesta que parti de la Plasa de Santa
Ana hasta el Cuartel Central de Policia y se inici ana
de las ms sensacionales campaas que por. la radio na-
cional se hayan llevado a cabo en la historia de la Rep-
blica.
MIRCOLES, 8 DE MAYO. Se dio comienzo a nn
paro total y absoluto de todas las actividades en la ciu-
dad capital y en la de Coln, al que se unieron todos los
bancos, las escuelas pblicas y particulares, los estableci-
mientos comerciales, las tiendas de vveres, farmacias,
restaurantes, camiones, buses y todos los profesionales.
Se entrevistaron representantes del Dr. Arnulfo Arias
y el Primer Comandante de la Policia Nacional para de-
cidir acerca de la derogatoria del decreto que habla dero-
gado la Constitucin de 1946.
Esa misma noche la Asamblea Nacional aprob nna
Resolucin por la cual se suspenda al doctor Arnulfo
Arias en el ejercicio de sus atribuciones v dio posesin
del cargo de Presidente de la Repblica, al primer Vice-
presidente, don Alcibiade* Arosemena.
JUEVES, 16 DE MAYO. En la madrugada de ese
'Pasa a la Paelna b Columna 1
'
En la Crcel Modelo haba
en la noche 1024 detenidos,
entre ellos 216 eran damas
Vuelve el Doctor
Alberto Navarro
a la Alcalda
El Consejo Municipal de esta
ciudad aprob esta maana, por
unanimidad, revocar la Resolu-
cin nmero 44 de 29 de Julio
del ao pasado, por el cual se
nombraba al Licenciado ngel
Vega Mondes, Alcalde Municipal
ae! Distrito en reemplazo del
doctor Alberto Navarro.
El Concejo decidi llamar nue-
vamente al doctor Navarro para
3ue se encargue de la Alcalda
el Distrito.
Tambin decidi el Consejo
Municipal nombrar en propiedad
al seor don Julio E. Clement,
Secretarlo de ese organismo
Fueron aprobadas sendas re-
soluciones de condolencia por la
muerte de dos militares y los
civiles que perdieron la vida en
defensa de la libertad.
muestran las huellas de la batalla que se libr
horas para lograr la rendicin del doctor Ar-
ron. Arriba, una plancha de acero de un cuar-
fladoras instaladas en la terraza, muestra las
atacantes. Una de las paredes de la terraza
Estado qued en el ms complete desorden, ti-
llo de la Presft-e' ca muestra las sillas tiradas
nsores del Falacia
Se encuentran deten Idos
adems del doctor Arnulfo A-
rlas y otros altos miembros de
su Gobierno y del Partido Re-
volucionarlo Autntico unas 40 j
personas. Estaban en los pri-
meramente mencionados el se- [
or Jos Clemente de Obaldia, |
ex-Mlnlstro de Gobierno y Jus-i
tlca, don Cristbal Adn de!
Urriola, ex-Mlnlstro de Educa-
cin; don Francisco Jos Lina-i
res, presidente del Directorio1
Nacional del PRA.'don Enripie!
Linares Jr., Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario, don Roberto An-
gulzola Jr., Edecn del ex-
Prealdente Arias. ngel Vega
Mndez, Alcalde del Distrito Ca-
pital; Antonio Donato. Jefe del
departamento de Correccin y
el Jefe de Prensa, Ramn A.
Ehrman.
En al Crcel Modelo haba
hasta anoche mfT veinticuatro
U,034) detenidos de los cuales
doscientos diez y -.els (216) eran
mujeres, en su totalidad em-
pleadas de la Caja de Seguro
Social, de la Administracin Ge-
neral de Rentas Internas, de la
Administracin de Correos y
Telecomunicaciones y de los
otros Ramos de la Adminis-
tracin, especialmente del Mi-
nisterio de Trabajo, Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica.
Entre las personas de mayor
relieve poltico detenidas en la
Modelo estn la ex-Mlnlstro di
Trabajo, Previsin Social y Sa
lud Pblica, doa Maria San-
todomtngo de Miranda; el ex-
Minlstro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, don Norberto
Zurita; el ex-Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, don Rodolfo
Florencio Herbruger el ex-Ml-
nistro de Educacin, don Mo-
desto Salamin y seora Manue-
llta Daz de Salamin don Jorge
Rubn Rosas, Secretario Gene-
ral del PRA y ex-Secretarlo del
Ministerio de Gobierno; la H.D.
Bernardina de Angulzola, don
Teodoro Brin, sub-Oerente del
Banco Agropecuario; don E-
duardo Brlcefto, Gerente del
Banco de Urbanizacin; don
Rolando Linares, Inspector Ge-
neral de la Polica Secreta Na-
cional; don Juan de Dios Po-
veda, Abogado de la Caja de
Seguro Social; la poetisa ecua-
toriana doa Hilda Pino de
Sandoval. don Santander Al-
varado. Jefe del Expreso A*
tras a la Pig. cal. O
Ya hay servicio
de trenes entre
Panam y Coln
Con la llegada del tren de las
11 de la maana hoy, el Fe-
rrocarril de Panam reanud
sus servicios entre las ciudades
terminales de Panam y Co-
ln.
Durante los sucesos polticos
ocurridos en Panam, loe tre-
nes del Ferrocarril de Panam
slo prestaban servicios entre
Balboa y Mount Hope sin tocar
las ciudades de Panam y Co-
ln.
Otros servicios prestados por
el Canal de Panam, tales co-
mo la recoleccin de basuras,
barrido de calles y otras ope-
raciones de sanidad, tambin
fueron reanudadas. La oficina
de la Divisin de Ingeniera
Municipal del Gobierno de Es-
tados Unidos en esta ciudad
tambin comenz operaciones
nuevamente.
Las escuelas de Cristbal, sin
embargo, las cuales se encuen-
tran frente a Nuevo Cristbal,
no abrirn sino hasta el lunes.
Hasta as 12.30 del dia de
clhoy, las ciudades de Panam,
,- Coln y la carretera transst-
mlca se encontraban fuera de
lmite para el personal militar
de Estados Unidos estacionado
en la Zona del Canal.
La Policia de la Zona del Ca-
nal habia retirado esta ma-
ana a todos los guardias ex-
tras que habia colocado duran-
te la emergencia en los limites.
Tambin fuimos Informados
por la Polica de la Zona del
Canal que un gran nmero de
residentes de Panam se en-
cuentran en casas de amigos en
la Zona, pero que tolo dos o
tres de estas personas son re-
fugiados polticos.
CIRCULACIN PAGAOi
AYER MAS 0E
34,200
La primera sesin del
Gabinete Uivo lugar en
Relaciones Exteriores
Dio rdenes de poner en libertad a todas las mu-
jeres que se hallaban detenidas
Gobernar coT" A *E?SS 1st
mena, acompaado de su K-
dmiphln decn Rodolfo U. Castrelln,
HUCUIU de su Secretario General, Jo-
a M. Vrela, de su Secreta-
rio Privado, el doctor Eduar-
do Rltter Aislan, y de los Mi-
nistros de su Gabinete, Mi-
guel ngel Ordees, de Go-
bierno y Justicia, Ignacio J.
Molino, de Relaciones Exte-
riores, Ricardo J. Bermdez,
de Educacin, Victor Navas,
de Hacienda y Tesoro, David
Samudlo, de Agricultura y
Comercio, Juan de Arco Ga-
lludo, de Trabajo, Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica y Nor-
berto Navarro del Ministerio
de Obras Pblicas, concurrie-
ron esta maana a la Can-
cillera para llevar a efecto
la instalacin del nuevo Go-
bierno y proceder a tomar las
primeras providencias para el
restauramiento de la pas 7
el sosiego de la Repblica.
Entrevistado esta maana
el seor Presidente sobre los
detenidos polticos, dijo que
haba dado rdenes para que
pusieran Inmediatamente en
libertad a todas las mujeres
detenidas como resultado de
los sucesos acaecidos duran-
te las ltimas veinticuatro
horas. El seor Presidente di-
jo que el Cuerpo Diplomtico
le habla solicitado a doa
Ana Matilde Linares de Arias,
esposa del ex-Prealdente Ar-
nulfo Arias, que abandonara
el Cuartel de Felicia, pero
que la seora de Arias, ha-
bia contestado que ae man-
tendra al lado e sa espose".
En la maana, de hoy al
Presidente Arosemena dicta-
ba los primeras Decretos or-
ganizando el nueve Gobier-
no y era designado el seor
Rodolfo U. Castrelln, Ede-
cn del Presidente de la Re-
pblica y el doctor Eduardo
(Pass a la Ps Col 7>
Don Alcibiades Arosemena,
nuevo Presidente
El Lie. Fbrega
hablar esta
tarde por radio
El Lie. Jos Isaac Fbrega ha
sido invitado por una de las
emisoras locales para que haga
una exposicin sobre el momen-
to nacional.
Estamos en capacidad de In-
formar que el Lie. Fbrega acep-
t la Invitacin, y que esta tar-
de a las 4.45 se dirigir al pals
por radio.
Le fueron practicadas hoy
autopsias a las personas
muertas en la Presidencia
En' la sala de Necropsia del
Hospital Santo Toms fueron
practicadas esta maana las au-
topsias a todos los muertos con
motivo de los violentos sucesos
,de ayer en esta ciudad.
Los once cadveres fueron re-
conocidos por el Dr. Anbal Gri-
maldo, Mdico Forence de la
Provincia de Panam con sus
ayudantes Jorge Markhal, Gil-
berto Estrada, Gilberto Gonzlez
Rubn Merel y la estengrafa
Srta. Rosa E. Olaclregui.
El cadver del Mayor Lescano
Gmez presentaba heridas de
bala: una de ellas en el trax
de adelante hacia atrs en un
plano horizontal. Una se diri-
ge hacia la derecha y otra ha-
cia la Izquierda. Otra herida {
horizontal atraviesa el tabique
nasal fracturndolo completa-
mente. En el antebrazo Izquierdo
en el borden cubital se encuen-
tra una herida de bala con en-
trada y salida. Como causa de
la muerte, el Dr. Grlmaldo diag-
nostic Hemorragia por ruptu-
ra cardiaca.
El cadver del Teniente Juan
Flores presentaba una herida en
trax al nivel de la columna
dorsal que se dirige hacia la
derecha y hacia abajo para sa-
lir a la cara anterior del trax.
Otra herida le Interes el cuello
en parte superior hacia dentro
y hacia arriba en el macizo del
maxilar superior.
Causa de la muerte: Hemo-
rragia por ruptura pulmonar.
Las dems personas muertas
en los sucesos de ayer fueron:
Temistocles Ortega que muri
debido a una hemorragia pul-
monar: Juan de Dios Ros he-
morragia pulmonar, Francisco
Bustamante hemorragia pulmo-
nar de origen heptico: David
Medina hemorragia por ruptura
de los vasos del cuellos; Ezequlel
Urrutla, hemorragia masiva por
ruptura de la Iliaca: Rubn Qul-
ros Aponte hemorragia masiva
pulmonar: Pedro Flores hemo--
rragla pulmonar, Porfirio Jim-
nez estallido cerebral, Alvaro
Testa (reconocido en la morgue)
iriui ia Fauna Col II
Magnfica jornada rindi
el Hospital Santo Toms

Una labor realizada durante
treinta y seis horas seguidas ha
enaltecido al Cuerpo Medico y
de enfermeras de nuestro Mis,
asi como al personal subalterno
del Hospital Santo Toms.
La labor realizada por el Koc-
pital, con al Director Mdico t
Ernesto Zubleta al frente, sin
descanzar un momento, no we-
nt paralelo en la historia da
nuestro pas. Las enfermeras de
todos los hospitales de la
dad hicieron acto de presencia
en el hospital para atender a
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LA CULMINACIN DE LA JORNADA CVICA
AI haber sido restaurado definitivamente el
jrden constitucional de la Repblica puede decirse
que ha culminado esta intensa jornada cvica rendi-
da nor el pueblo panameo con vehemente patrio-
tismo y decisin.
La voluntad mayoritaria del pas supo darle ca-
lor ai movimiento democrtico que clam por el
imperio de la Constitucin cuando se intent de-
rogar a sta provocando fa ms ardiente conmo-
cin ciudadana que registran los anales de la his-
toria panamea. El pueblo en esta memorable oca-
sin no dio lugar a que la conveniencia.de deter-
minados grupos pudiera prevalecer sobre el orden
jurdico y la moral poltica.
Es de esperarse que el ejemplo dado en estas
dolorosas circunstancias lo aproveche el pas en to-
do lo que tenga de bueno y de patitico. Sera muy
saludable para nuestro desenvolvimiento de Nacin
civilizada y de Estado democrtico que todos se
compenetren de la realidad de nuestro ambiente,
dentro del cual se agita una conciencia cvica defi-
nida que puede, como en esta ocasin, cambiar el
rumbo de los acontecimientos cuando stos entran
en pugna con la ideologa y los intereses naciona-
les.
Al comentar la culminacin de estos sucesos
necesariamente se tiene que lamentar el saldo de
muertos y heridos que estn dejando huellas de
profundo duelo en todos los crculos de la comuni-
dad. Ojal que la sangre derramada sirva en el fu-
turo para evitar que por cuestiones polticas la fa-
milia panamea llegue a divisiones tales que pro-
voquen acontecimientos como los mencionados.
Siendo como ha sido este movimiento el pro-
ducto de una conmocin ciudadana, inspirada en el
respeto a nuestras instituciones republicanas, es. l-
gico esperar que la serenidad y la cordura cierren
este trascendental captulo de la historia nacional.
El orden debe rubricar los hechos para que stos
logren mayor jerarqua en la rbita de los mritos
y para prestigiar en la ms significativa forma el
civismo panameo. Por encima de odios y rencores
debe imponerse el patriotismo que venga a cortar,
si posible fuese de una vez por todas, el encono
pasional que pueda dividir a los hijos de la Patria
panamea.
m > Comercio de blttone "de-.dlares
Causara trastornos
la suspensin de
embarques a China
LONDRES, mayo 11. (UP).
Europa Occidental ha sido a-
rrojada a la Incertidumbre por
la decisin del Sonado de Es-
tados Unidos de suspender el
icon el bloque- comunlsi*.-
La decisin del Senado fue de
i no seguir prestndole1 ayuda
1 econmica a cualquier, paia que
enve materiales estratgicos
detrs de la cortina da hierro.
Algunos pases han expresa-
do que Estados Unldos\ha pro-
hibido el comercio legal para
encontrarse con que carretaas
de materiales estratgicos sern
enviada hacia el Este ilegal-
mente.
Cmo cay el Palacio Presidencial ayer

***
El doctor Arnulfo Arias y los miembros'de su partido
que durante varias horas hicieron una enconada, tenaz y
desesperada resistencia a la fuerza de la Polica Nacio-
nal, fueron dominados esta tarde a las 6:20 p.m.
La Repblica de Panamo entera y especialmente la
ciudad de Panam vivi las horas ms dramticas y es-
pecatculares de hu historia cuando el doctor Arnulfo A-
rias y los copartidarios que lo rodeaban en el Palacio
Presidencial decidieron hacer frente a la Polica Nacional
y estuvieron cambiando fuego cerrado durante toda la
tarde.
An no se sabe aproximadamente cuntos hombres y
mujeres se encontraban en la Presidencia de la Repblica
cuando se iniciaron las hostilidades, paro se calcula en
varios centenares de personas las que tomaron parte en
esta refriega.
Las hostilidades se iniciaron aproximadamente vein-
te minutos para las dos de la tarde, cuando se supo en
la Presidencia de la Repblica, de modo oficial, que la
Polica Nacional con el Comandante Vallarino a la cabeza,
reconocieron pblicamente al seor Alcibades Aroseme-
na como Presidente Constitucional de la Repblica.
Este reconocimiento fue la culminacin espectacular
de una numerosa manifestacin de mujeres que se en-
trevist con el Teniente Coronel Bolvar Vallarino para
que la Polica Nacional le retirar el apoyo que le haba
prometido a la ilegalidad.
Ms tarde, otra manifestacin visit la residencia
del Mayor Saturnino Flrez, ya que su esposa estaba de
acuerdo con el movimiento cvico femenino.
El Teniente Coronel Bolvar Vallarino luego habl
por las ondas de la Asociacin Nacional de Radiodifusin,
para declarar enfticamente que la Polica Nacional acep-
taba lo actuado por la Asamblea Nacional y que el seor
don Alcibades Arosemena era reconocido como el Presi-
dente de la Repblica.
Los informes que se han recibido sobre el particular
indican que cuando el Mayor Gmez lleg al primer piso
alto de la Presidencia en compona del Teniente Juan
Flrez, se hizo fuego sobre ambos militares cayendo los
dos muertos.
Inmediatamente, la Guardia Presidencial segura-
mente instruida de antemano, abri fuego cerrado con-
tra los miembros del Pra que se encontraban en los pisos
superiores.
La noticia de que los hombres armados que estaban
en la Presidencia haban hecho uso de sus armas lleg a
la Comandancia en momentos en que se acababa de reco-
nocer al seor Arosemena, como Presidente de la Rep-
blica. "
Al tenerse esta informacin se toco la alarma gene-
ral en la Comandancia de la Polica Nacional y se des-
pacharon varios camiones y radio-patrullas con hombres
debidamente pertrechados al mando del Mayor Timoteo
Melndez. ,
Se procedi a rodear al Palacio Presidencial y a ocu-
par posiciones estratgicas, mientras se trataba de anular
la accin de los franco-tiradores apostados en las partes
altas de los edificios cercanos a ese edificio.
Durante tres horas se mantuvo un fuego cerrado,
que era respondido, con disparos espordicos a veces, lue-
go tambin con fuego cerrado, por los defensores del Pa-
lacio Presidencial, quienes en los ltimos tres cuartos de
hora parecan encontrarse escasos de municiones.
A las 5 y 45 cuando ya la Polica comenzaba a apos-
tarse en los edificios cercanos para arrojar bombas lacri-
mger js en el interior del Palacio, el Edecn del ex Pre-
sidente Arias pidi una trea.ua para retirar los muertos y
los heridos.
Poco despus comenzaron a bajar las escaleras del
Palacio Presidencial comillas con los muertos. Los heri-
dos, bajaron despus y fueron conducidos inmediatamen-
te al Hospital Santo Toms, donde un cuerpo de mdicos
y enfermeras se dedic a prestar los primeros auxilios.
Bajaron luego los Ministros de Estado que se encon-
traban en Palacio, don Rodolfo Herbruger, la seora Ma-
ra S. de Miranda, el Secretario Jorge Rubn Rosas,
Santander Alvarado, .doa Nina de Anguizola quien baj
junto con su esposo. Una nia como de ocho aos^de
edad tambin fue bajada de los altos del Palacio.
Mientras estas personas bajaban todava se escu-
chaban algunos disparos, por lo que fue necesario insta-
lar algunos alto-parlantes para excitar a los que queda-
ban en el Palacio a que depusieran las armas, prometin-
doles garantas.
Tambin bajaron para abandonar la lucha entre otros
los seores Teodoro Brin, Alberto Millares, Jos Ehrman,
Secretario General de la Presidencial, Vctor M. Villalo-
bos, el Edecn del Presidente quien tena una venda en la
cabeza, Encarnacin Picota, el ex-Ministro Modesto Sa-
lamn y su esposa, Francisco J. Linares, Jos J. Testa, Isi-
dro Reluche, ambos del Departamento de Cultura y Pu-
blicaciones, Antonio Sinisterra, doctor Quirino Franceschi,
Eduardo Briceo. .
Interrogados por el Mayor Timoteo Melndez los ex-
Ministros Herbruger y seora de Miranda y el Secretario
Rubn Rosas, declararon que no saban quines haban
hecho fuego contra el Mayor Gmez cuando unos fanti-
cos le dispararon contra l. '
El doctor Arnulfo Arias y su seora esposa doa Ana
Matilde Linares de Arias bajaron en compaa del ex-
Ministro Norberto Zurita, del Licenciado Juan da D. Po
veda, el Ing. Enrique Linares Jr. Todos fueron introducidos
en el carro radio-patrulla oficial, nmero 13. Este carro
fue escoltado por otro radio-patrulla distinguido con el
nmero 17, para ser conducido al Cuartel Central de Po-
lica.
Baj despus el ex-Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia,
Licenciado Jos C. de Obalda. Pocos momentos ms tar-
de fue izada la bandera nacional, exactamente veinte
minutos antes de las seis de la tarde.
Se calcula que en la Presidencia de la Repblica ha-
ba aproximadamente unas quinientas personas, la mayo-
ra de ellas mujeres.
Las paredes, las ventanas, puertas y faroles de la
Presidencia de la Repblica mostraban visibles huellas del
terrible fuego a que fue sometido durante esas tres horas.
En momentos en que bajaban los seores Azael de la
Lastra y Daniel Nota, se form un tiroteo de los altos de
la Presidencia, originndose el consiguiente pnico. Los
detenidos se tiraron al suelo y la Polica lo mismo. Como
consecuencia de ese nuevo tiroteo result un agente her*
do.
El Secretario Privado de la Presidencia, Licenciado
Alejandro Russo Berguido, fue bajado en una camilla.
Una seora herida que no se puso identificar fue bajada
en una silla.
De la Presidencia seguan haciendo disparos contra
el muelle del Mercado, en la suposicin de que haba all
agentes de polica.
1 SE RINDE LA SECRETA
A las seis y cuarenta y cinco, los miembros de la
Polica Secreta Nacional se rindieron despus, que un
pelotn de la Polica Nacional rode el edificio, y cruz
un breve tiroteo.
Despus que la Comandancia despach los primeros
pelotones hacia la Presidencia, fue enviado un destaca-
mento hacia la Polica Secreta, provisto de rifles, ametra-
lladoras y bombas lacrimgenas.
Al llegar, algunos de los francos tiradores que
se encontraban apostados en los altos de la Lotera
Nacional hicieron algunos disparos, luego los que encon-
traban dentro del edificio, tambin respondieron pero lue-
go de un breve cruce de disparos, los detectives informa-
ron que se rendan.
No se ha recibido an informacin si hay heridos en
la Polica Secreta. El Comandante Flrez orden pronta-
menje la libertad de los presos polticos que haba en la
Secreta.
En relacin con la muerte del Mayor Alfredo Lezca-
no Gmez y el Teniente Juan Flrez, se ha informado que
al ser muertos y como inmediatamente comenz el tiroteo
se quedaron desangrando en el descansillo de la escalina-
ta de la Presidencia.
Cuando llegaron al hospital Santo Toms tenan co-
mo dos horas de muertos.
POSTRES SENSACIONALES con
VERDADERA CREMA PARA BATIR
COHSERVE
INMACULADO
EL CUARTO DE BAO
SAPOLIO
EN PANES O EN POLVO
Sapolio limpia bien ms rpida y f-
cilmente. Sapolio disuelve la mugre
limpia I mohoda brillo al
aluminio, metal monel,
porcelana, mosaico
y finaloa de-
ja rolucienres.
* _#_
LOS MUERTOS Y LOS HERIDOS
La Comandancia inform a este peridico que la Po*
lica haba tenido dos muertos y siete heridos.
Los muertos son: Mayor Lezcano Gmez, Tte. Juan A.
Flrez, Lie. Rubn Quires Aponte, Juan de Dios Ros, Feo.
Bustamante Prez, Temstocles Ortega, Felipe Jimnez,
Hay dos ms an no identificados.
Los heridos son: Carlos Calzadilla (desmayado) Edu-
rna Gonzlez, Jos de la C. Domnguez, Juan Almillte-
gui, Eduardo Gero, Julia Rodrguez, Natalio Menndez,
Francisco Guardia, Pedro Fernndez, Dmaso Quirs, Ni-
canor Castillo, Gilberto Arosemena, rantalen Jimnez
Prez, Gilda Valencia, Miguel Torres, Ramn "Gallo"
Herman, Francisco Zaldzar, Luis Farias, Cecilia Paredes
de Prez, Romn Alba, Mario Pineda, Miguel Gonzlez,
Sebastin Zurita Gaytn, Ignacio Pino, Victoriano Groja*,
les, Teniente Coronel Roberto Anguizola, Rubn Alvarez,
Mario Herrera, Mary de Clement, Ana Romero, Francisco
Pino, Clotilde Prez, Carlos Medina, Gilberto Quier Gue-
vara, Felipe Chvez, Simn Vergara, Francisco Gonzlez,
Ernesto Mrquez, Seferino Serrano, Conrado Crdoba,
Alejandro Russo Berguido (muy grave) Efran Candanedo,
Jos M. Mdico, Carlos Camero, Jacinto Daz Vir, Vctor
Muoz, Sargento Reyes. Todos son hospitalizados.
No fueron hospitalizados las siguientes personas: Ca-
luro Arias, Sargento Castillo, Miguel Torres, Nicanor
Castillo, Gerardo Castillo, Eduardo Arosemena, Ladislao
Rodrguez, Trinidad de Solano, Roberto Anguizola (Pa-
dre) francisco Zaldvar, Venida Ortega, Lus F. Clement,
Asenic Ortega, Justo Millares, Juan Gozla, Juan Gon-
zlez, Toms Alvarez, Fernando Contreras, Ricardo Zu-
rita, Eulogio de Arias, Jos Muoz, Rafael Cede o, Ale-
jandro Castro, Toribio Chacn, Fernando Navarro, Nisle
Aguilar, Gonzalo Ortiz, Jos de la G. Adames.
EN COLON
Mientras se llevaba a cabo la batalla en la Presiden-
cia de la Repblica, la Polica Nacional en Coln proce-
di a tomarse el cuartel de la Polica Secreta en esa ciu-
dad.
Se informa que la batalla comenz o las 2:10 de la
tarde, terminando a las tres, resultando herido un miem-
bro de la Polica Secreta, aunque no de bala, y una mujer
que pasaba en ese momento frente a la Secreta result
herida de bola.
El pnico cundi cuando miembros de uno y otro
bando se llegaron a Nuevo Cristbal a pi y en carros,
hacindose disparos. Afortunadamente, no hubo heridos
en este intercambio de fuego.
El Cuartel de Polica de Coln se encuentra con ame-
tralladoras desplegadas y con hombres armados en las
entradas para cualquier emergencia.
POR EL PRESTIGIO DEL CIVISMO PANAMEO
En ocasiones como las actale* la sere-
nidad y el patriotismo demandan de toda
la comunidad y de todas las autoridades la
mayor cordura en su comportamiento. S
necesita que la gente responsable se impon- i
ga sobre quienes, acaso por excesos pasio-
nales, pretendan sembrar el desconcierto en
la ciudad.
El pueblo panameo debe dar en esta
jornada su ltima nota de civismo mante-
niendo, hasta donde ello sea posible, la segu-
ridad de loe asociados y el respeto a la ley
y al orden por encima de cualquier contin-
gencia de ndole poltica.
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COMO QUEDA
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POR HORAS
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saludable!
Adorne sus bcochos, Mel*.
budines, chocolate y ensaladas de
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pare Batir. A todo en caa les
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mai vivo al ter lavada con Rinso
y cu ropa blanca es tambin de
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ESTAMPAS DE LA CALLE
t HORIZONTALES:
1Lvido.
7Seal para guiar barcos.
13Siervos del Estado en
Esparta.
14Huidas, fugas.
15Caso de pronombre.
16Escuela Declamatoria
Argentina. Inic.
17Posesivo. Pl.
18Ciento uno, en nmeros
romanos.
19Superior.
21Hijo de Nov
22Padecimiento.
23Movimiento nervioso.
24Nota musical.
29Del verbo talar.
2GAsnos silvestres.
28 Animal que duerme mucho.
30Donde se renen las auras
para comer.
32Extremidad de los peces.
35Letreros.
39Cabello.
40Escuchis.
41Ave domstica.
42Letra castellana.
43Altar.
44Ciudad de Oriente. ~
48Terminacin verbal, Inv.
47Del verbo arar.
4Hijo de No, Inv.
50Poema atribuido a Virgilio.
52Hacer masa.
54Del verbo salir.
55Estandarte.
VERTICALES:
1Conductor.
!Tela muy fina de lana.
tArtculo.
Introduje, Inv.
5Para, jugar al azar.
8Constelacin.
.2*-HlQja. narctica.
8 Ciudad de Etiopa.
9Artculo, Pl.
10Del verbo Ir.
11Cuerpo de arquitectura.
12Dan asilo.
20Ciudad del Per.
21Sosera.
22Ocano.
24Hermana, religiosa.
25Clase de brocado.
27Animal domstico.
2fiRuta o camino.
29Personaje bblico.
31Gorra militar.
32Conjuntos de herramientas
de un oficio.
33Ciudad de Espaa.
34Letra castellana.
38Taza sin asas, Inv.
37Tener o dar ocupacin.
38Para servir la sal.
40 Del verbo orear.
43Medida de superficie.
44Rio de Rusia.
45Rey de Israel.
47Adverbio de modo.
48Contraro de bien.
51Medida chin, Inv.
53Sociedad Annima, Inic.
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Por la Doctora Concha Pea
Mientraa los patriotas pana-
meos luchaban con arrojo, va-
lenta y tesn por los derechos
sagrados de la causa del pue-
blo, un grupo de fasclnrosos
irrumpa por calles y plazas
destrozando vitrinas y robando
mercaderas.
Este contingente indeseable,
se vio en ms de una ocasin
reprendido y acorralado por un
grupo de mujeres que cum-
pliendo los sagrados deberes de
la causa popular, se haba lan-
zado a la calle, para cooperar
con el hombre, en las tareas
ciudadanas.
Cerca del edificio de la Fuer-
za y Luz, el martes en la no-
che, cuatro o cinco mozalbetes
de corta edad trataban de rom-
per las vitrinas con una grue-
sa cachiporra.
Dos damas, pertenecientes sin
duda a una escala social bas-
tante distinguida, trataron de
detener la vandlica accin.
Los muchachos en lugar de
escucharlas se mofaron de ellas
y en su desvergonzada actitud
haba conceptos de afrentosa
terquedad.
No obstante estos insultos, las
damas panameas trataron de
constituirse en guardianes del
edificio, mientras apareca al-
gn agente o persona que pu-
diese dar aviso al cuartel de
polica.
El tiempo pasaba y los gra-
nujas se impacientaban tratan-
do de provocar sus Iraa.
Como no lo consiguieran, uno
de ellos, el ms audaz, alz el
grueso palo para asestar un
golpe cuando milagrosamente
pas en aquel momento una
mujer del pueblo que rpida-
mente y dndose cuenta del
destrozo que Iba a causar, em-
puj con tal fuerza al mucha-
cho que cay rodando por la
acera.
Los compaeros huyeron al
verse sorprendidos y cuando la
mujer quiso darse cuenta, solo
hall a las aterradas seoras
que trataron de explicarle el
caso. .
Una vez ms. la mujer del
pueblo supo imponerse a la si-
tuacin catica que en estos
das hemos vivido.
Su intervencin tan acertada
como valerosa, mereci el a-
plauso de las damas de cate-
gora y Juntas las tres, en ami-
gable solidaridad m a c harn
hacia el Cuartel de Polica, don-
de se agrupaban los patriotas
para pedir al poder armado la
intervencin auxiliadora, la que
haba de decidir la gloriosa Jor-
nada del 10 de mayo.
Lo hermoso de esta estampa,
no est en la accin de estas
tres dedicadas ciudadanas, lo
ms emocionante fue que en
esta lucha de nobles Ideales las
castas sociales desaparecan pa-
ra dar lugar a la ms hermosa
confraternidad.
Estraos misterios del tambor
Tiene razn' don Fernando!
Tiene razn don Fernando Or-
tiz cuando pone el odo para
recoger los sones del tambor y
sentir cmo se va extendiendo
sobre el mundo la resonancia
Africana. En las Iglesias o taber-
nculos del Harlem portorrique-
o de Nueva York, cuando llega
la hora de los himnos, que es
como su alzar a santos, pasan
a la tarima de los msicos, al
lado del altar mayor los que to-
can la guitarra y e tambor y
comienza una rumba para que
la gente cante la letra sagrada.
Quienes han estado hasta ese
momento atentos a las palabras
del pastor, con resignada vo-
luntad pasiva, se estremecen de
espasmos que llegan en momen-
tos culminantes a demostracio-
nes epilpticas. Todos cantan,
palmotean, zapatean, al golpe
del tambor. Por las venas del
cuerpo cristiano empieza a cir-
cular callente, voluptuosa, tu-
multuosa, la sangre del Africa.
"El tambor es indispensable
en la vida primitivadice Sachs
en su historia de los instrumen-
tos musicalesWlngn instru-
mento tiene tantas tareas ri-
tuales ni carcter ms sagra-
do. En el este del Africa el tam-
bor es tan sagrado que los cri-
minales y los esclavos que hu-
yen son inviolables cuando al-
canzan el sitio donde el tambor
es colocado: hasta los anmales
que llegan ali se vueven tab...
Enos Vahlndas del Africa ver
un tambor es fatal: ni an el
Sultn puede mirarlo. Slo pue-
| den ser movidos por la noche,
' pero tienen el poder de moverse
por s mismo. Una vez un'tam-
bor huy. Un nativo lo encontr
oculto en un pantano, donde
una burbuja de leche que brota-
ba descubri su escodite... En
estas historias tenemos una ae-
rie de connotaciones caracte-
rsticas: tambor, circulo, recinto
abovedado, tierra, noche, luna
y leche que, en la mente primi-
tiva, representan a la mujer
y al sexo femenino."
El tambor encierra muchos de
los misterios de la vida. Hay
tambores machos y tambores
hembras. La mujer no puede
golpear el tambor sino con las
yemas de los dedos. El hombre
bre solo hace con los palillos.
Todo, lleno de misterios y leyes
inviolables.
"Recordar aqui-escrlbe la cu-
bana Lydla Cabrera-la primera
vez que con estupor confesar
que con miedo, vi una parda
que pesara mas de doscientas
libras, al repicar el tambor para
Chang, caer de un aalto in-
creble al suelo, rgida, recibien-
do un golpe en la base del
crneo que me pareci mortal.
Presa de convulsiones, continu
golpendose violentamente la
cabeza: se Incorpor despus, y
dl varias vueltas de carnero!
Francamente, no comprend yo
cmo aquella mujer corpulenta
que pareca Impedida por su
excesiva gordura, tan callada o
indiferente hasta aquel momen-
to, no se hubiese matado frac-
turndose el crneo. "No es na-
da. .. es que tiene un Chang
muy bravo, me explicaron... Y
tuve la sensacin de ver bailar
efectivamente el chang"...
El tambor recoge un acento
sagrado. Danza y tambor son
una misma cosa, y danza y re-
ligin van cogida de la mano.
En los tabernculos mgicos de
Nueva York, cuando tocan los
himnos, quienes asisten al ser-
vicio, sentados en los escaos,
estn en realidad bailando. Ape-
nas, a veces, sienten la Incon-
trolable necesidad de ponerse
de oles, agitar los brazos al ai-
re, lanzar aullidos.
"En los ritas de magia de los
congos de Cuba-dice don Fer-
nando Ortiz- a veces el talan
ganga baila l solo; pero esto
no es lo comn. Asi como l
cantor africano casi invarlamen-
te tiene su coro, asi el bailador
tiene su rueda de bailadores que
con l integran la ritualidad. A
veces, en ciertas ceremonias re-
ligiosas los posesos bailan solos.
Los dems bailadores suelen ce-
Una bibliografa organizada es
necesaria como seccin oficial
Escribe: Rufina P. de Lamba-
to. Lie. BIbliotecaria del Cen-
tre- Manuel Amador Guerrero.
La Conferencia Internacional
sobre Mejoramiento de los Ser-
vicios Bibliogrficos, formul u-
na serie de recomendaciones
que deben ser tomadas en cuen-
ta, n nuestra Biblioteca Nacio-
nal, por ser de inters general.
Entre estas tenemos la necesi-
dad de que exista un Organismo
Nacional de Planeamiento, que
debe ser oficialmente reconoci-
do ya que tiene como fin el
promover el desarrollo de ls
servicios bibliogrficos estimu-
---------:------------------'
sar cuando uno de ellos "con el
santo subido", se pone a dan-
zar el baile mlmrico del Dios.
Si el baile se realiza de acuerdo
con la ortodoxia y e "santo"
baila "bonito" al son de los tam
bores y cantos, entonces lo de-
Jan solo; pero rodendolo por
reverencia al numen y gozar de
las emociones de su presencia".
En el fondo, lo extraordinario
en estas ceremonias es el tam-
bor. En los tabernculos de
North Carolina, que son de otra
escuela, he visto danzas religio-
sas que terminan en una explo-
sin de histeria: los fieles abren
cajas donde estn las culebras
vivas, y Juegan con ellas en una
apasionada mstica sensual. Pe-
ro en North Carolina los him-
nos se cantan con acompaa-
miento de guitarras, y los fieles
son todos blancos, sin gota de
sangre africana. No tienen los
tambores...
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portancia que tendra nuestra
Biblioteca Nacional si ella con-
feccionar una Bibliografa Na-
cional General de todos los li-
bros y folletos existentes en
puestos en venta en cualquier
lloma, ya que Panam es un
pas en donde viven hotn tires
de diferentes razas y en donde
se hablan diversos idiomas. lis-
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blioteca Nacional 0 sus sucur-
sales sino tambin los Ministe-
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del Gobierno, los que debiean
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clonal que cuenta con la sim-
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extranjeros, con la ayuda de la
prensa, puede y debe cont'-r
tambin con el apoyo de nues-
tro Gobierno en aras del Inte-
rs nacional.
Debe estudiarse esta posibili-
dad ya que las necesidades na-
cionales, sern el factor deter-
minante del orden en que de-
ben iniciarse las publicaciones.
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L PANAMA AMERICA DIAKIO IWPEPKNPIgNTg
jVIEBNEB. MATO 11. 1H1
Fotos que hablan de los sucesos de ayer

JSniulerherlda es conducida en brazo a un. ambulancia MB ..r conducid al Santo
Toms. _____________ ,|,m f mm mt
I los heridos en la refri* de Presidencia es conducid oal Hospital.
3Dramtica vista del ataque a la Presidencia de la Bopblica, en una de las esquina, cir-
cundantes al Palacio. ._
*-Con lo. .razo, en alto desfilan hacia I.Crcel Modeloto.mujeres del Pra que lucharon
con los hombres en la rebelin arma da de la 1
El Presidente de la Corte Suprema de Justlcta, doctor Era.mo
d I. Guardia, le dice al pblico en el Palacio e Justicia que
la Corte considera que "lo actuado por la Asamb e Nac'on.l
es inobjetsble desde 1 punto de vista constitucional.
'-snss : jsjs^st,;:: tas? tTLarts wars
Constitucin del 4. .,.......
Momentos en que Ramn (Galio) Ebrman, Jefe del **-
lamento de Prensa y Radio del Minister o de Gobierno y Justicia.
era conducido al dispensario del Hospital Santo ?
hrman recibi tres heridas de bala: una en la rodilla derecha,
otra en la cadera y otra n la espalda.
-Completamente desnudo, co nas ropas en la mano, uno de los herido, del Pra abandona 1*
Presidencia para entregarse a la Polica.
ILa mujer panamea escribi una pgina de gloria en la defensa de la Constitucin Nado-
Bul. I na oradora le habla con vehemncia al Coronel Remn en las afueras del Cuartel
Central, para exigirle que baga respetar la Constitucin. "Comandante Remn, decdase",
grita la seorita Yolanda Patino.
La anterior fotografa nos muestra uno de los primeros he-
ridos en llegar al Dispensario del Hospital Santo Tomas. En ella
m.ede verse al Sr. Roberto Anguisola, padre del Edecn del Dr.
Arlas._________________________________- _______________
regir desde el prximo Domingo.
La autorizacin del pago de
los aumentos fu recibida ano-
che desde Washington por el
ultimo de lo servicios afecta-
dos. Ya se haba recibido la au-
torizacin para los otros ser-
elos, pero se estaba esperando
la autorizacin para los tie."
servicios Ejrcito, Armada y
Fueraa Area.
Aproximadamente 3,000 de ios
empleados beneficiados traba-
jan para el Ejrcito. 1.300 para
!a Armada y 400 para la Fuei-u
Area.
Autorizan a 4,800
obreros aumento
en el Ejrcito
El Gobierno de Estados Un-
c os ha autorizado un aumento
(le cinco centavo por hora pra
aproximadamente 4,800 empita-
dos locales de las fuerzas ar-
madas en la Zona del Canal.
y stos aumentos entrarn a
5_En brasos de los que lir*........" "-* "" "*r M wc*d' del ""'
ristas anteriores nos muestran varios aspecto, de los su. dispuesto, a defen, i* !iVV^^
eesos ocurridos aver en la ciad capital. En la primcia foto ro de curioso, alrededor del DI ::mriodeI H irn^Inl. Snhlt020: 5 Mirrt, Gsrrid. de Berguido. Seora Doa Olga Zu-
mibm un aspecto de la Presi da de la Rnblica poos >inu- I m esper.-ndo la llegada de las am i'.-nclas con los herlods. i la ara. umnm
( ante, da que se iniciara el tiroteo, cea miembros del PRA i La tercera vista nos muestra la sala de espera del Dispensario biela o


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.PAU1NA CINCO
JLos aliados estn a 15 millas del Paralelo 38
Informes par* esta seccin se reciben en la
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Telfono S-31SI
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SERA CORONADA EL SBADO 19
Enfermos
Completo restablecimiento le
deseamos al seor Victor M.
Grimas, quien te encuentra re-
cluido en el Hospital Panama.
Abandonaron el hospital
Completamente r e stablecida
abandon el hospital la Seora
Itonlla Z. de Quizado. Nos ale-
bramos
Anotamos complacidos la mo-
jona del Seor Franklin de a
Ossa, quien abandon el Hos-
pital Panam.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Cecilia O. de Chlarl
Campleaos de maana
Seor Frank A. Morrlce
Seor Pedro Altamlranda
Seor Clarence O. Boyd
Nio Richard Lanxner
Jann.
f
Tiembla en sus ojo* el elaro destello de luz de nuestros dlos
brillantes; se desflora en sus labios la sonrisa candorosa, de
la mujer panamea esplendorosamente bella. Gioconda Pri-
mera Reina de la Feria de Coln, reina de los corazones de
los eolonenses, ser coronada el sbado 19 en ceremonia sin
precedentes en la ciudad atlntica.
Boda pospuesta
El matrimonio de la Seoiita
Carmen Rosarlo Garca de 1 A
redes con el caballero Domingo
de Obaldia, que debia celebra:--e
maana, ha sido pospuesta pu-
ra el'jueves 17 del presente, a
las seis de la tarde, en la Ig.e-
sla de Cristo Rey.
Para Chile
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios dias en nuestra capital, ;e-
gresa hoy a Chile la seor?.
Luisa de Hall, esposa del scffbr
Carlos Hall, Consejero de Ja
Embajada de los Estados U.u-
os en Chile. La despedimos


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a las 6.30 a.m. tendr lugar la
Misa, a la cual se Invita p >r
este medio, a todos los devotos
de San Pancraclo, y a los ca-
tlicos en general.
Pugnas polticas
en Nor-Corea
PU8AN, Corea, mayo 11. (UP)
La Asamblea Nacional surco-
recana rehus aceptar la re-
nuncia del vlce-Presldente Lee
SI Yung, y habia atmsfera pa-
ra -destituir al Presidente
Synghman Rhee o limitar su
autoridad.
Los observadores polticos, sin
embargo, dudaban del derroca-
miento del Presidente Rhee o
que las propuestas para cam-
biar la constitucin a fin de
limitar sus poderes llegaran al
teo de la Asamblea.
La Asamblea desaprob por
115 votos a uno con 15 absten-
Los comunistas continan en
sus preparativos para una
ofensiva de gran magnitud
TOKIO, mayo 11. (UP).
Las fuerzas de las Naciones U-
nldas recapturaron el bastin
Lde Inje a cinco millas al Nor-
te del Paralelo 38 sin disparar
un slo tiro.
Un despacho del frente In-
form que hay seales de una
nueva retirada comunista entre
Inje y Yanggu, dies millas al
Noroeste, pero que en el res-
to del frente la resistencia co-
munista estaba aumentando.
Fuerzas blindadas y de Infan-
tera que se encontraban ope-
rando delante de la lnea prin-
cipal de las Naciones Unidas
han sido atacadas por un fue-
go mas intenso alrededor de
Chunchon y Kapyong en el
frente central y en Uljongbu
y Munsn en el occidente.
Los aviones d reconocimien-
to tambin informaron que nue-
vas tropas rojas, tanques y ca-
ones han sido colocados en
posicin.
Los oficiales en la linea de
batalla se preguntan si los co-
munistas lanzarn la segunda
fase de su ofensiva ne prima-
vera.
Los aviones de la 6a. Fuerza
Area mataron a ms de 300
soldados comunistas en una se-
rie de mlslt nes de poyo a las
tropas de tierra en el fren-
te central, en donde la princi-
pal concentracin comunista se
encontraba.
Los pilotos que regresan de
sus misiones dijeron que las tro-
pas rojas fueron atacadas mien-
tras se dirigan a las lineas de
batalla.
Las tropas surcoreanas en
Corea Oriental no encontraron
tropas rojas en su camino cuan-
do avanzaron hacia Inje, im-
portante centro ferroviario a 25
millas de la costa. Los aliados
abandonaron a Inje en manos
No tiene todava
mayora necesaria
Vctor Estenssoro
, LA PAZ, Mayo U (UP)Los
ltimos resultados oficiales de
las elecciones dadas a las 10
clone* la renuncia del vlce-Pre- i de la noche <*e ayer demuestran
sidente.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
"1*1^
or, pronr?tis'
que Vctor Paz Estenssoro, can-
didato del Movimiento Nacional
Revolucionarlo se encuentra a
la cabeza, pero todava no tiene
la mayora absoluta necesaria
para ganar las elecciones.
Los resultados oficiales dan a
Estenssoro 48,629 votos; Oabrlel
Qosalvez 36.406; Bearblno Bilao
12,663; Guillermo Gutirrez, 3,-
998; Toms M. Ello, 5,223; Jos
Antonio Arce 415.
comunistas poco despus que los
rojos lanzaron la primera fast
de su ofensiva el 22 de abril.
Los comunistas detuvieron s,
retirada en el frente central y
atacaron a las patrullas de las
Naciones Unidas que avanzaban
alrededor de Chunchon a 7 mi-
llas al Sur del Paralelo.
La creencia que los comunis-
tas han completado su concen-
tracin para un nuevo asalto
result de la repentina oposi-
cin que han hecho los comu-
nistas a las patrullas aliadas
y la disminucin del trfico co-
munista detrs de las lineas de
batalla.
En el rea de Kapyong. a 12
millas al 8ur del Paralelo 38,
los comunistas estaban escar-
bando en sus casi exhaustos
depsitos de municiones para
arrojar una lluvia de fuego an-
tiareo y fuego de armas de
pequeo calibre contra los avio-
nes aliados.
Los rojos tambin mantuvie-
ron francotiradores disparando
contra los aviones de observa-
cin aliados, a fin de Impedir-
les que bajaran lo suficiente!
para ver las posiciones comu-
nistas.
Se han reportado grandes.
concentraciones al Oeste, Norte
y Este de Kapyong y Chunchon.
Muchos de los refuerzos en el
rente central aparentemente
vienen del frente occidental ai
Norte de Sel, e ndonde los co-
munistas han dejado campos
de minas.
Sin embargo, se ha informa-
"PAA
Gran Bretaa cree
que Formosa debe
ser entregada
LONDRES, Mayo 11 (UP)El
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res. Herbert Morrison dijo que
Gran Bretaa todava favorece
la entrega de Formosa a los Co-
munistas Chinos, pero no hasia
tanto se consiga la paz en Co-
rea.
Mqrrlson explic en la Cma-
ra de los Comunes esta maana
que el Gobierno Britnico no
habia cambiado de posicin al
respecto.
Dijo que Gran Bretaa toda-
va reconoce la declaracin del
Cairo, de 1943, la cual le conce-
da Formosa a la "Repblica
de China", pero que el primer
paso seria obtener un arreglo
en Corea y que despus las Na-
ciones Unidas podan conside-
rar la disputa de Formosa a su
debido tiempo.
do que los comunistas todava
se encuentran atrincherados al-
rededor de Munsan a diez mi-
llas al 8ur del Paralelo 38 y a
21 millas al noreste de Sel y
al Norte de Uljongbu. a once
millas al noreste de Sel y 18
millas al Sur del Paralelo.
Lamenta el P.N.R.
la muerte de los
dos militares
El artldo Nacional Revolucio-
nario expidi anoche la siguien-
te declaracin:
EL PARTIDO NACIONAL
REVOLUCIONARIO
CONSIDERANDO
Que en la gloriosa jornada li-
brada hoy por el pueblo pana-
meo en defensa de su libertad
cay victima de la traicin y de
la infamia el Mayor Alfredo
Lescano Gmez;
Que el Mayor Lescano Gmez
Be distingui siempre por su
hombra de bien y por sus dotes
de militar pundonoroso y caba-
llero a carta cabal;
Que el Mayor Gmez fu mlem
bro distinguido y valioso del'
Partido Nacional Revoluciona-
rio; y
Que en la misma lucha caye-
ron tcmbln el Tenie :'o Juan A.
Flores y otros ciudadanos dig-
nos y estudiantes valerosos qne
con el sacrificio de sus vidas
hicieron posible el triunfo de la
democracia sobre la tirana;
RESUELVE:
1Condenar el crimen alevo-
so que seg la vida joven y pro-
metedora de Alfredo Lescano
Gmez:
2Lamentar profundamente
la muerte de los panameos
cados en este gesta heroica f
recomendar sus virtudes a la*
nuevas generaciones:
3Exhortar a las autoridades
que Investiguen minuciosamen-
te los hechos que culminaron
cno la muerte violenta del Ma-
yor Gmez y del Teniente Flo-
res a fin de imponer al culpable)
la sancin que la ley demanda;
4Invitar a los sepelios del
Mayor Gmez del Teniente Flo-
res y de las otras victimas; j
6Enviar copla de esta Reso-
lucin a los familiares de lo*
extintos.
Dado en Panam a los dies
das del mes de M"'/o de mil
novecientos cincuenta y un*.
(Fdo) Joan Galindo.
Presidente
M. J. Moreno Jr.
Secretarlo General.
Goce eld luje
y esmerada servicie)
que ha hack*si*la PAA
I* linee airea
preferida star le vis jere
inlernscionalei.
Moxico
ATAQUE >es comunstas
son sentenciados
a pena de muerte
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WL0ROOT
MANILA, Mayo 11 (UP)
cls miembros odel Partido Co-
munista-Filipino fueron senten-
ciado a muerte por asesinato,
obo e incendlarlsmo en un
complot para derrocar el Go-
bierno Filipino.
Nueve otros miembros del di-
rectorio del partido fueron en-
viados a la crcel por vida, y
otros nueve fueron snteaett.-
>ios a prisin de cuatro mee?
a siete aos.
Los menores de 18 aos fue-
ron enviados a reformatorios.
El Juez Osear Castelo, al dic-
tar sentencia en una sala oan
custodiada dijo que el Partido
Comunista y sus fuerzas arma-
das "estn dedicados a la re-
volucin armada" a fin de es-
tablecer un Gobierno del tipo
Sovitico en las Filipinas.
El Juez acus a los sindica-
dos, entre otros crmenes, de
asesinar a la viuda del exPie-
sldente Manuel Quezon, su hi-
ja Aurora y un numero de otros
filipinos prominentes en uua
emboscada en Abril de 1049.
Dijo que los comunistas tam-
bin masacraron a los pacien-
tes, mdicos y enfermeras e
un hospital en un ataque a un
centro militar en Luzn el afio
pasado-
La PAA ofrece el ni-
co servicio diario y,
hasta Septiembre 30,
el viaje redondo a
Mxico por B/.207,
tarifa de excursion
valida para 60 dias.
Miami-Kingston
Houston
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Entrese del econ-
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturai y esmalte
extra brillantes o prueba de moho.
B.3.23 galn. Almacenes Tropidu-
r. __________________________
II-VINOIN:Co iet. hifeoris tiro,
ctro oeonolodo. fit-To (tartn
aislador poro cielo rool rnoao-
rai. lovomano. excmoot, etc.
le precio mi bejo en eleao.
/ INCIAS GLOBALES. Vi. lipo-
na, ileisnda o Juon Erc. Tel.
3-150?.________________________
SE VENDE: __ Incubadora elctrico.
Tel. 3-0255._____________ '
.cobamcs de recib, cemento blanco,
ceramic de col; y vidrio verde
eontro Cloi. Co Culcidio Gonza-
lez. Fabrica de Mosaico*. Ave. Cu-
ba No. 8.
El Ccnol de Panam solicito pro-
puestas paro el sumimtsro de apro-
ximadamente 74,300 _( BMFT de
Cedro Granadino, de I" a 2" ^de
gruesa, aii como de unos 435.-
200 BMFT de madera Sigua de
1" a 8" de gruesa, bojo propues-
tas selladas para abrirse el 22 de
mayo de 1951. Se puede conse-
guir el formulario No. 397 de la
oficino del Superintendente de Al-
macenes en Balboa, telfono 2-
2777.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
Ofrecemos CHALET de 2 recmoros
con 2 baos y PISCINA, a precio
y condiciones de pogo nunca vi-
to. UO.5OO.O0. Wolff y Co.
Ltda., Calle 5o., 22, Ttl. 2-2388.
Un anuncio pequeo con grande
ofertas. Lotes de todos tamaos en
todas las Urbanizaciones a pre-
cios realmente bajos. Visitnos
personalmente y convnzase de lo
asombroso de nuestra oferto. Wolff
y Ci. Ltda., Colle 5.. 22, Tel.
2-2388.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE :_Renault 1949. En
perfectas condiciones. Sacrificio
B.500.00. Llame 3-1235 horas de
oficina o 3-2503.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto*
SE VENDE: Sonido Reproductor
(Wire Recorder) para radiodifu-
sora, oficina, entretenimientos.
Telfono 3-2979 desde 6 p. m.
MISCELNEA
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo,
entrada independiente. B.6.00 se-
monales. Porque Lefevre. Avenido
Ernesto Lefevre casa 32 (Bus
azul.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
PERSIANAS VENECIANAS. Se ha-
cen a la medido y se refaccionan.
Se don presupuestos. "Colon Wood
Service", telfono 543-L. Calle
7a. No. 2003. Coln; R. P.
Por slo B. 1.00 de comisin, le con-
seguimos pora su casa empleadas
eficientes como cocineras, lavan-
deras, nieros, etc. Telfono 2-
1535. __________________
En la Crcel Modelo
reo Rene T. Prez, Secretario
de la Polica Secreta Nacio-
nal el doctor Julio Boyd, Tito
del Moral Jr., Presidente del
Consejo Municipal de Panam,
Pascual Urea, sub-Gerente de
la Caja de Seguro Social Azael
de la Lastra, secretario del Con-
sejo Municipal Julio Querr, ex-
Administrador del Mercado P-
blico, Hildebrando Nicosia P-
rez, Victor M. Villalobos, Pre-
sidente de la Asamblea de Cen-
tros Panamelstas y ..bogado
del Banco Agropecuario, Rai
D. Berbey, Avaluador Oficial,
doctor Mariano Ramirez Jr., Jo-
s J. Testa. ex-8ecretario del
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas;
Daniel E. Nota. sub-Adminls-
trador General de .lentas In-
ternas; Ramn Gordlls. Conta-
ble Jefe del Seguro Social: Jos
D. Castillo. Abogado de la Po-
lica Secreta: Ing. Efrain Gar-
ca. Toms Q. Franceschi, Har-
modio Barrios, Leonor A. Gon-
zlez Santos, Remo Zappl, Al-
fredo Garca de Paredes, Re-
nato Orlando Arlas, Arnulo
Caries, Everardo Duque Jr., Jo-
s de J. Moneada Luna. Rosem-
berg Valero. Eulogio Quintero,
Vicente Coutt Jr., Concepcin
Moreno Valds, Luis Farias, Pa-
bla Castrejn. Pablo Castrejn
Jr., Antonio Slnisterra. Dr. Leo-
poldo H. Mazzola. Ernesto Zu-
rita Jr.. Guillermo Adar.ies. Al-
berto Millares, Rogelio Aneui/o-
la. Humberto Vega Mndez, y
los siguientes insoectores de-
tectives de la Polica 8ecreta
Nacional: Luis B. Gaona. Ro-
berto Bedoya. Antonio A. Pinel.
SE VENDE:Bote-motor, 20 pies,
revisado, equipado para pesca,
nuevos condiciones, sacrificio.
Averige casa 752-C Carretera
Balboa.
MEJORE su
1RWEMCIII
Juan F. Agurto, Lastenio Gon-
zlez, Alcibades Padilla, Raael
Herazo. Sebastin Carrizo, Ho-
racio A. Bravo, Gilberto Copa-
I rropa, Ramn Dorado, Luis Avi-
la, Agapito Rangel, Ramn Vi-
ves. Adn J. Rodrguez, Hctor
Crooks, Francisco Moneada Lu-
na, Gustavo Adolfo Dorado y
Rubn D. Baruco.
La gran mayora c> los de-
tenidos fueron capturados des-
pus de que el Presidente Arias
inform que se ren'lia. En se-
guida fueron transportados ha-
cia el Cuartel Central y hacia
la Crcel Modelo en camiones,
autobuses y automviles de la
Polica Nacional, todos ellos con
las manos en la cabeza.
Ms de unos seiscientos de-
tenidos varones, se encuentran
en el patio de la Modelo por
falta de espacio en las celdas
de dicho penal.
Magnfica jornada
los heridos que se iban presen-
tando.
En la sala de operaciones, "..u-
bo seis mesas donde los medi-
cos operaban simultaname.i'e.
La sala siete que estaba deso-
cupada, fu habilitada con c*.-
maa de los empleados del hos-
pital rpidamente tuvieron pre-
sentes, en todo tiempo, para
resolver cualquier problema
que se presentara.
La organizacin del trabaje
iunclon correctamente, y an
esta maana se velan enfer-
meras de Salud Pblica traua-
Jundo activamente en la sla
siete.
Con respect a las donacio-
nes de sangre, no pudo habr
ejemplo, ms de un centenr.r
de personas hizo acto de pir-
sencla en el dispensarlo y lie-
30 un momento en que toda la
capacidad del banco de Sangre
haba sido colmada.
Sin esta magnifica labor, que
tone muy en alto al Cueir-o
Mdico, al de enfermeras y a
la organizacin del hospil*!.
quiz muchas personas ms ha-
ban muerto.
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General
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hablt ingle
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rio. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencia, azor Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
Familia canodiense necesita chalet
con cuatro recimoras, jordn, y
garage en Bella Vista, olios del
Golf, etc. Tel. 3-2492.
SE NECESITA:Un obrero, Fabrico
del Molino Criollo, calle 26 y Ave.
Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho que ten-
ga experiencia en trabajo de aba;
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Corono, Va Espaa 45.
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Artculos de Cese
SE VENDE:Piano, gabinete de por-
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torios, bastidor, base para cami-
ta, congoleo y retozos. Sbado to-
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Ancn.
PERDIDO
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cuartos, servicios, cocino, Parque
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GUIA
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SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en calle
13 No. 31, Son Feo., 3 cuartos,
servicio y cocina, B.35.00, B.30.-
00 por pogo adelantado. Infrmese
en Farmacia Lmela, Calle P No.
3, Tel. No. 2-0539.
PERDIDO:Durante los sucesos de
ayer 10 de Mayo en la Plaza de
Herrera un par de anteojos negro
en un estuche. Bueno gratificacin
quien lo devuelva a la Ca. Le-
fevre. Calle A No. 5.
SE COMPRA
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B/.0.16 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudad
de Panami. Se advierte que se re-
chazar todo sebo de procedencio
extranjero o todo ebo nocional que
haya sido mezclado con sebo ex-
tranjero. CA. PANAMEA DI
ACEITES, S.A. Carretera del Aero-
puerto. Tel. 3-1371.
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tiene los
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nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier contidod a 67.250.00 lo to-
nelada de 2.000 libros netas, bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesada en
nuestra planta de la ciudad de Pa-
nam. CA. PANAMEA DI ACEI-
TE, S.A. Aportado 1910 Panam,
Tel. 3-1371.
Le fueron practicada
estallido cerebral.
LOS HERIDOS
Heridas que presentan algu-
nas de las personas que fue-
ron hospitalizadas despus del
tiroteo ocurrido en la Presiden-
cia de la Repblica:
Alessandro Russo Berguido:
Herido de bala en e abdomen
Operado de emergencia. No hay
perforaciones en el Intestino.
Ramn 1 Gallo) Ehrman: He-
rida de bala que entr por la
parte posterior del cuerpo y
sall por el abdomen, perfo-
rando los intestinos y la ve-
jiga. Fractura de la pierna de-
recha en dos partes.
Toms Alvarez: Her.da de ba-
la en el antebrazo Izquierdo.
Victoriano Grajales: Trauma
en la columna vertebral y en
la regln torcica.
Eduardo Yeros: Herida en el
hombro con arma de fuego.
Probable comprensin articular.
Rubn Alvarez: Herida por ba-
la en la regln media de la
pierna izquierda.
Manuel Prez brego: Heri-
da por bala, prdida de la se-
gunda falange del pie izquierdo.
David Bejarano: Trauma en
el hombro derecho.
Nataio Meneses: .lerlda por
arma de fuego en la regln 10-
tullana.
Eloy Rochs: Perforacin de la
vena sofrena interna.
Manuel J. Daz: Estallido del
brazo por herida de bala. Rup-
tura del estmago.
Juan P. Almilltegui: Herida
penetrante en el trax y ro-
dilla derecha.
Francisco Guardia: Herida
Vaseline
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SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera pora dos
Eerscnos. Referencios. Avenido
cuodor No. 16.
SE NECESITA:Empleada par tra-
bojo domstico en Chitr. Acudo
Calle 48 No. 26.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
iE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ra otidnos locales cntrico en los
altos d* Avenido Central 44 o
precio mdico Soliciten infor-
macin an Almacene 5 y 10 cen-
tavos.
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semena y Super Mercado Celido-
nia; tambin en Rio Abajo.
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutaud.
Tel. 3-0338.____________________
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local. Pora infor-
mes llame Tel. 2-3143, calle Co-
de No. 4.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:-Espacioso residencia. :.
completamente amobladojren lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de 1.
000 metros de csped y lordin. 3
recmoros con dos baos, 2 ha-
bitaciones para al servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocina
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situada entre Poitillo
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tar listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet omoblodo: 2
recmaras, 2 porches, salo, come-
dor, cocino, por $125.00; Via Es-
paa No. 2021. Telfono 3-0749.
| por bala en la pierna derecha.
Vctor Muoz: Herida por ar-
1 ma de fuego en la regin tir-
i sio tarsiana derecha. Amputa-
cin de un tercio medio de la
pierna derecha.
Francisco Delgado: Quemadu-
ra de primer grado en la cara.
Miguel Torres: Hend, con
arma de fuego en la regln
lumbar izquierda.
Jorge Fernndez. Herida con
arma de fuego con orificio de
tntrada y salida por el ante-
brazo derecho.
Mario Pineda Herida bale-r
por arma de fuego en la pierna
Izquierda.
Faustino Rangel. Dos herid-.*
por bala, orificio de salida por
ci antebrazo derecho.
Ignacio Pino R. Herida p'jr
arma de fuego en el muslo iz-
quierdo.
Fernando Contreras heriUa
por bala en la pierna izquie.na
Carlos Medina. Heridas seeks
n el trax.
Rafael Cedeo. Herida per
bala en los pies.
Simn Vergara. Herida super-.
flclal en el abdomen.
Jacinto Daz, Herida por ba-
las en el muslo izquierdo.
Jos Muoz. Oclusin Ceflica.
Demstenes Rodriguez, Herida
por bala en el muslo Izquierdo.
Ernesto Mrquez, Herida con
arma de fuero en la pierna iz-
quierda.
Torlbio Chacn. Herida por
bala en el muslo derecho.
Carlos Carreo, Golpeado, ob-
servacin.
Luis Farias. Herida por bula
en la pierna izquierda.
"Esperamos que
Elida Wong M., Emilia O de
Martinet.
Por la Asociacin de Profesores
de la Repblica:
Jos del ('. .uzeando. Miguel
Mejia O., Pedro Ayate D Car-
loa H. Pretelt
Por el Comit Permanente de
Inspectores de la Repblica."
Ovidio de Len, Jos Rodriguez
I .. Julio Vergara, Alejandro
Uenrquez, Olga Moreno G., Fe-
derico Zentner Jr..........
Por te Asociacin de Estudian-
tes del Instituto de Verano:
Teodoro de J. Villarru. Csar
Vaejaes G. Gregorio Carrillo J i
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Uno de los primeros Decretos
dictados por el rgano Ejecutivo
esta maana fu el de declarar
noy un duelo nacional por las
prdidas de vida registradas du-
rante los sangrientos sucesos de
ayer y antes de ayer y que con-
tribuyeron al restablecimiento
del orden Jurdico constitucio-
nal:
Dicho Decreto es del tenor si-
guiente:
DECRETO NUMERO
de 11 de Mayo de 1951.
EL PRESIDENTE DE LA
REPBLICA
en uso de sus facultades legales
CONSIDERANDO:
Que con motivo de los doloro-
sos sucesos que conmovieron al
pas durante los ltimos das
fueron asesinados en cumpli-
miento de su deber el Mayor
Alfredo Lezcano Gmez y el Te-
niente Juan Flores oficiales me-
ritorios del Cuerpo de Porcia
Nacional;
Que la inmolacin de estos ab-
negados servidores en aras del
respeto al derecho y a la tran-
quilidad de la Patria debe ser
exaltada como un gesto relieve
inolvidable;
Que Igualmente fueron sacri-
ficadas las vidas de numerosos
ciudadanos que cumplan el su-
premo deber de protestar con-
tra el intento de destruir el r-
gimen constitucional y de lu-
chas por el restablecimiento ple-
no de las libertades pblicas,
DECRETA:
ARTICULO PRIMERO: De-
clrase duelo nacional duran-
el dia de hoy con motivo de la
muerte del Mayor Alfredo Lez-
cano Gmez y del Teniente Juan
Flores y de los ciudadanos que
con prdida de sus vidas contri-
buyeron al restablecimiento del
orden Jurdico constitucional.
ARTICULO SEGUNDO: EJ
pabelln nacional permanecer
izado a media asta por tres das
en todos los edificios y plazas
pblicos.
ARTICULO TERCERO: La
Polica Nacional rendir a los
oficiales fallecidos los honores
de reglamento considerndolos
en un grado superior al que te-
nan en vida.
ARTICULO CUARTO: Los
gastos que demanden los fune-
rales sern costeados por la Na-
cin.
ARTICULO QUINTO: Lleva-
r la palabra en el acto de in-
humacin an ombre del Gobier-
no Nacional el Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia.
ARTICULO SEXTO:Enviase
copla de este decreto con nota
de estilo a los familiares de los
extintos. ___
COMUNIQESE Y PUBLIQUESE
Dado en la ciudad de panam
a los once das del mes de Mayo
de mil novecientos cincuenta )
Ut\' ALCIBADES AROSEMENA
El Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia.
Miguel ngel Ordees.
Acusan en la Zona
a un panameo de
trata de blancas
El panameo de 30 aos de
edad, Alfred Cornelius Lenono.
empleado de las. esclusas del
Canal, ha sido acusado de "tra-
ta de blancas" en la Corte de
Balboa.
La acusacin fue firmada por
el polica Grady Robertson,
quien se encuentra en misin
especial.
Se alega que el 5 de marzo,
Lean llev en su carro a una
tal Olga Cunningham hasta la
Calle Miraflores en Pedro Mi-
guel, con fines de "prostitucin
y seduccin".
La Polica dijo que la acu-
sacin, en efecto, era la de
"procurar" a la Joven para el
uso de soldados.
dte se expidi otro Decreto que derogaba el anterior del
Consejo de Gabinete, firmado por los mismos miembros
que haban puesto su firma al anterior. Se public el
Decreto Junto con declaraciones del Primer Comandante
para la Prensa Asociada en el sentido de que la Polica
Nacional respalda al Presidente en el poder por tal cir-
cunstancia y le solicitaba a la ciudadana que se retor-
nara a te normalidad. .....
Se intensific luego el paro general de actividades.
Las emisoras fueron silenciadas en las primeras horas de
1a maana por orden de te Polica. Ms tarde, el Segun-
do Comandante, Teniente Coronel Bolvar Vallarlno, dio
Instrucciones para que se procediera, con entera libertad,
en te intensa propaganda que se vente desarrollando an-
teriormente.
Por varias calles de te ciudad se formaron manifes-
taciones, algunas de tes cuales alcanzaban proporciones
colosales, especialmente la encabezada por mujeres de to-
das tes clases sociales de la capital. Entre stas, un gru-
po de seoras se dedic a buscar al Comandante Valla-
rio. Doa Raquel Arango de Orillac en emocionantes
frases y en nombre de las mujeres panameas, le nidio
a ste que respaldara con la polica el movimiento cvico
popular.
, El Segundo Comandante Vallarlno se dirigi a te ra-
dio v asegur al pas que-la Polica Nacional se unira al
pueblo. Al medioda comenz a desarrollarse una gran
concentracin de los miembros del Pra en la Presidencia
de te Repblica, citados especialmente por te emisora
adicta a este partido que estaba en el aire.
Cerca de las dos de te tarde se supo del tiroteo que
haba comenzado en te Presidencia de la Repblica.
Los hechos subsiguientes aparecen relatados en las
ediciones extraordinarias de anoche y de hoy.

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Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata,
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 3-1713
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Rltter Ateten, Secretario Pri-
vado.
Esta maana el Gobierno
de don Alcibades Aroseme-
na derogaba el Decreto n-
mero 99, dictado por conduc-
to del Ministerio de Educa-
cin con el objeto de deter-
minarle sanciones a los edu-
cadores.
Despus de Juramentado el
Gabinete, el Presidente Alci-
bades Arosemena expres:
"Este rgimen constituye un
duro esfuerzo y por lo tanto
hay que imprimirle nuevos
rumbos, tenemos serios com-
promisos con el pueblo y nu-
merosos problemas que resol-
ver y por muy difciles que
stos fueren, hay que resol-
verlos de todas maneras. Hay
que llevar pan a los hogares '
humildes y hay que cubrir el
dficit que hemos encontra- ,
do en te Administracin. Hay
que hacer obra de progreso y .
reconstruir te vida poltica do
la Nacin. El Presidente Aro- .
semena en su discurso ofre- I
ci libertades amplias para
elegir y ser elegido.
SUSPENDEN FUNCIN '
En atencin al da de duelo
nacional decretado por el 'j-
er Ejecutivo, la Compaa Tea-
tral, Lope de Vega, que actual-
mente nos visita y que haba
anunciado funcin para esta
noche, ha decidido postergar :1
espectculo para maana sba-
do, en las horas de la noche
(8:30) con la presentacin de
la obra clsica de Caldern de
la Barca: "La Vida es Sueo''.
TEATRO NACIONAL
Compaa "LOPE DE VEGA"
Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1947-1948
'. PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premio Nacional de Interpretacin 1948
con
Conchita MONTIJANO Alfonso MUOZ
y Pilar BIENERT
Director: JOSE TAMJYO
MAANA SABAPO!
"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.
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HAMLET
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FUNCIN EXTRAORDINARIA A BENEFICIO DEL
SANTUARIO DEL CORAZN DE MARIA 1 i
TROPICAL
HOY!
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VIERNES, MATO 11, 1S1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETI
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
Of VIEENES
I:SI El Hijo Ferdide
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero (5)
4:15 Selecciones variadas
:S0 Peticiones
:W Vlkracimea del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solo de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:15 Mara de Jorge Isaac.
Novela "Camel"
7:30 Noticiero (So.)
7:45 Msica tiplea
1:00 Ritmos tropicales
6:30 Cantara de Espaa
1:43 Melodas del Norte
9:00 Trovadores di Cuyo
1:13 Acordes porteos
:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Dramatlzactn BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11V30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas nochea
MARAA SBADO
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Dlaa
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana.
6:30 Noliciero de la maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o,)
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca internacional
B:30 Hablan los astros
Con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
1:00 El Correo del Da
0:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:16 La Red Panamericana
por Dentro
11:30 Cuba y su msica
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Msica variada
P.M.
H:15 Noticiero (4o.)
12:30 Bailable con orquesta
Continental (Grag)
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
1:00 Aires colombianos
1:15 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acorde* porteos
3:15 Carrera
o: V* cufto litro do ams, cataa-
i oo (lircriM. J cockaredu dt Bt Ufa
ua oTc Cotona) w uno cajit* de (oo*a*>
HOY
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ALAS VP.M
Presenta:
LAS MULATAS DE FUEGO
US AUTENTICAS CREADORAS DEL MAMBO
POR PRIMERA VEZ EN PANAMA, DIRECTAMENTE DE LOS MAS EXCLUSIVOS TEATROS
Y CLUBS NOCTURNOS DE LA HABANA.
Secundadas Por Un Conjunto1 de Estrellas
GLORIA HELM VILMA VALLE
clebre cantante Intemactonal. eanclenera criolla.
, ALEXANDER y PAILO
jimerisimo. bailarines del Ballet Negro de Rodney
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PRECIOS:
B 1.00 y .50
LA MUblLA Y EL BAILE DE CUBA LN EL CORAZN DE PANAMA!...
ESCUCHE USTED LOS LTIMOS CAPTULOS DE
MARIA,
*
EN LA NOVELA CAMEL TODOS LOS DAS A LAS 7:15 P.M.
Vertin radiofnica de Emilio Das, sobre la inmortal
novela de Jorge Isaacs, con Anoland Daz y Edgar del
Este en los papeles estelares.
Dirige: Juan A. Thibault.
>
Muy pronto en la novela Camel .. MI MARIDO!...
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la [Red Panamerieana

m
OJ
UNA HISTORIA TRGICA Y TIERNA A LA VEZ!...
Una gran pasin romntica que culmin en...
"BODAS DE
FUEGO
n
con PEDRO ARMENDARIZ ALICIA CARO
Una Pelcula Distinta Con Un Tema Diferente!...
HOY LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
Una ciudad aterrorizada la busca, mientras ELLA persi-
gue al Hombre que la traicion... Una estela de desola-
cin lleva su odio vengativo!.., Un drama sensacional
' filmado en l lugar de los frechos,..
i
'MENSAJERA DE LA MUERTE"
DOS
ESTRENOS EN
i solo I HOY!
PROGRAMA!
Un huracn de pasiones, in-
trigas y aventuras en el c-
lido y extico Marruecos!
W ^.lOBTLOM
Jg JACQUES SERNAS
Pelcula de
V a Formidable
^^ Accin!
Dos nueva Pe-
lculas al Pre-
cio de Una!
0.60 y 0.30
ADEMAS:
Frmula infalible" para gozar
de la vida la obtendr
VIENDO:
per sate -
vce Holden
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo
TEATRO CENTRAL
HOY
Estreno de Fin de Semana! I U i"| Y
EN TECNICOLOR! V
"CERCO DE FUEGO
ADVENTEURESti
The lusty itory
of the heroes
of our nation's
greatest chapter!
PofMSum
Picture ttsrrMf
JOHN
HONDA
DINNIi

PAYNE FLEMING O'KEEFE
.<> THOMAS HID FUNK E0UMD0
GOMEZ CLARK FAYLEN NORIEGA
d rtcioo LEWIS R. FOSTER
PRESDEME
CON A I K f ACONDICIONADA
UN ESTRENO
ROMNTICO!
F
HUMANA! SUBLIME!
Su amor fue un amor apasionado que tuvo que defender
contra todo y contra todos. para podcf retenerlo pa-
ra toda la vida. .!
MAPY CORTES
TOMAS PERRIN MIGUEL ARENAS, en
iHOYi
ESTRENO
DE FIN DE
SEMANA!
"AMOR DE
UNA VIDA"
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
HOY
LA PELCULA SOCIAL
ELDORADO
"LOS HIJOS
de la CALLE"
Angeles del arroyo al servicio del mal...
con
CHACHITA TU8ITA
ANDRES SOLER DOMINGO SOLER
VERA UD.
POR QUE HAY NIOS LADRONES!
Demuestra...
QUE LOS MAYORES TIENEN LA CULPA!
HAY
TOF
Y Convence de que
JUE SALVAR A LA INFANCIA DEL
ELLINO DE LA DELINCUENCIA!
TEATRO LUX
Un Ciudad Atorrado Busco Atonowmontt
Un Enemlso Inv lilble!...
"MENSAJERA DE LA MUERTE'
Evelyn Chulo* Wlluom
EYES
KOBVIN sussior
CENTRAL
JOHN PAYNE
Rhonda
Fl.EMMING
Donab O'Keefe
"EL CERCO
DE FUEGO"
(Th Eagle and
The tlaxk)
En Colores I
BELLA VISTA
A las l:M ..
DEBUT DE LAS CELEBRES
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Las Creadoras del Momo*:
Adornas: GLORIA HELM
ALEXANDER y PABLO
LAS HNAS. CASTRO.
En la Pantalla:
Richard Cont, en
SENTENCIA de MUERTE"
2-
-2
TEATRO CECILIA
- GRANDES PELCULAS! -
Donald O'CONNOR Jimmy DURANTE, a*
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"LA SALAMANDRA DE ORO"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Submarinos, Piratas a
la vista...!
MacDonald Carey
Martha Teren,
- en -
"EL FANTASMA
DEL MAR"
TEATRO ENCANTO
(Aire Acondicionado)
" ESPECTACULAR DOBLE
PROGRAMA I
Fred Aitaire. en
"TRES PALABRITAS"
Aderis: -
"ROMEO Y JULIETA"
con Norma Sheerer.
Leslie Howard_________
ktt
TEATRO TIVOLI
NOCHE DE BANCO I
Alan Ladd. en
'Diario de un Desconocida'
Aderaia: Robert Culmina?, en
"AMARGO DESQUITE"
TEATRO MS _
~ Maria Flix, en
"LA NOCHE DEL SBADO"
Ademas: Juan Lucas.
Marle Dea. en
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LUCAS"
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PAGINA
I
1L PANAMA AMERICA DIAHIO PDEPBNDIENTB
VIERNES, MATO 11, 195}
Pacfico y Ditrani Presentarn El Domingo Uno De Los
Comentados y Esperados Partidos Del Ftbol Mayor
Los Gigantes Derrotaron Otra
Vez a Los Cardenales Por 3-2
Servicio de 1* Prensa Unid
Murray Diskson gan su cuar-
to partido de- este ao al ganar
los Piratas a los Phillies por
anotacin de 2 carreras a 0.
E.vell Black well tambin con(
quist su cuarta victoria del ao
al permitir siete lncoglbles y ga-
nar los Bravos sobre los Rojos
por anotacin de 4 carreras a 1.
Don Kewcombe lanz su pri-
mer juego completo para lmpo-
nerse a los Cachorros de Chica-
go por anotacin de carreras
a l en Ebetts Field.
Mientras tanto los Gigantes
ganaron su novena victoria en
los ltimos once juegos al de-
rrotar otra vez a los Cardenales
por 3 carreras a 2.
En ftt Liga Americana todos
los Juegas fueron pospuestos por
lluvia.
P. Osorio se luci en
cinco departamentos
de la justa de Chitr
Especial para
EL PANAMA-AMERICA
OFENSIVA INDIVIDUAL
Mejor Average: Pedro Osorio
para 484. ^w
Ms viajes a la goma. R. Ober
to (COC) 44.
Ms viajes oficiales: R. Green
nald (BT) 38.
Carreras anotada; P. Osorio
(H> 14. ..
Hits conectados: R. Greenald
(BT) 15.
Hits sencillos. R. Greenald
(BT) 15.
Ms dobles N. Bocanan (P) 4.
Triples: E .Osorio (H) y C. C.
Castillo (V) 3 cada uno.
3.
Cuadrangulares P. Osorio (H)
Total de bases alcansados con
Us hits: P. Osorio (H) 24.
Carreras empujadas P. Oso-
rio (H) 12. ._ ..
Bases robadas: M. Cobos p 14.
Ms veces sacrificados: G.
Calvo (COC) 4.
Veces ponchados: G. Barrios
(C) 11. .
Veces boleados G. Barrios
(Ci 11
Veces golpeados C. Dadd (BT)
J. Recuero (D) O. Hardy (C)
P. Osorio (H) tv>
W. Brown (BT) S. Arlas (D)
H. Harver Jr. (BT) A. Vargas
(US) 2 cada uno.
J. de las Mercedes Muot.
Compilador Oficial
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE TWO KID
La Feria de Coln
durar desde el
19 hasta el 27
El Comit Organizador de la
Feria de Coln acord ayer
aplazar este certamen, para la
semana del 10 al 27 del presen-
te mes, al aprobar la siguiente
resolucin:
RESOLUCIN
(de 10 de Mayo de 1951)
Los abajo firmante del Comit
Organiador de la Feria
CONSIDERANDO
Que las circunstancias extra-
ordinarias que se han producido
en la Repblica ha entorpecido
en los momentos en que era
ms necesaria una intensidad
de trabajo, la labor de construc-
cin y terminacin de la Feria,
impidiendo tambin que acudan
en estos momentos expositores
a preparar sus respectivos pa-
bellones y puestos.
RESUELVE.
Posponer la Inauguracin de
la Feria hasta el sbado 19 de
los corrientes.
La Feria durar desde el dia
sbado 19 hasta el domingo 27.
Oportunamente se publicar
programa oficial.
Dada en Coln, el 10 de Mayo
de 1951. ,
(Fdoi) Antonio Tagaropulos
Director Gerente; Jos Mara
Gonzlez C. Presidente; Benito
Pabn, Secretario; Fabin V.
Pinto, Fiscal; Guillermo E.
Das, Tesorero; Federico Alba;
Director Tcnico, enry Simons
Quiroz, Director Tcnico; Jos
D. Bazn V.
Ancn y Huracn
chocarn en otro
gran encuentro
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol Mayor Prov. de Panama
P G. E. P. Pts.
Hispano .......... I 1 5
Ditrani ............... 1 1 .
Pacfico .......... 1 1 2
Ancn .............. 1
Ibrico ........... 1
Huracn .............. 0
Dos partidos interesantes y
cuyos resultados podrn produ-
cir cambios de Importancia en
el Estado del Campeonato de
ftbol de primera divisin de la
Provincial de Panam
El Campeonato del ftbol chileno se
inici con vistosos y reidos juegos
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Mayo
11 (Por G. A. ROLLA Corres-
ponsal)Con grandes sorpresas,
juegos vistosos y reidos, y un
entusiasmo halagador por los
miles de aficionados se inicio
la Temporada Oficial del Cam-
peonato del Ftbol Profesional
de Chile.
Doce equipos se estn dispu-
tando el titulo delp resente ao
y son el Magallanes Santiago
Morning Iberia, Audax Italiano,
Colo Colo, Universidad de Chile,
W a n d e r.ers, Ferrobadminton
Unin Espaola, Everton, Uni-
versidad Catlica y Green Cross
El Iberia se ha colocado en el
Sr^SWfcnV'STur! comVndo-aela primerajiase del
1ROMNTICO
2 DOMINO
3COSA LINDA
4CAAVERAL
5CAMARU
6ALLINOMAS
7PAMPHLET
8MANOLETE
9WELSH FOX
10ANNE N
11MILROS
Risita
Arqulmedes
Pon la Olla
Loney Molly
Newmlnster
Hasta Star (e)
Daiquiri
Raymond
Sismo
Opex (e)
Armeno
de en el Estadio Olmpico, entre
los equipos:
ANCN ts HURACN-
2.15 pm.y
DITRANI vs PACIFICO
4 pm.
De estos dos encuentros el se-
gund juego entre Pacifico y Di-
trani es el que est provocando
mayores comentarios, por la ca-
lidad y fortaleza de sus lineas y
espritu batallador de ambos,
adems que se considera a ios
pacifistas, como uno de los con-
tados oncenos que podr termi-
nar con el invicto del Ditrani.
En el otro choque, el Huracn
luchar para entrar en la co-
lumna de ganadores, pero los
anconistas buscarn subir al se-
gundo lugar o quedar muy cer-
ca de los punteros.
El Dep. Social Quinto
Pato tiene baile
maana en Chorrera
El Club Deoprtivo Social Quln
to Patio ofrecer otro gran fes-
tival bailable maana sbado
en el Saln Orquides de La Cho-
rrera, de 8 p.m. a 4 a.m. ameni-
zado con la orquesta de Angelo
Jaspe y susca ntantes Tito Con-
treras, Klle Prez y Carlos Du-
Los entusiastas muchachos del
Quinto Patio tienen todos los
preparativos arreglados para
este acto social, que se espera
resulta un xito en sus diferen-
tes aspectos igual a los cuatro
anteriores que ha ofrecido el
Deportivo Social Quinto Patio
torneo y ganaron adems sus
primeros compromisos el Maga-
llanes; Santiago Morning y Au-
dax Italiano. Faltaron en su de-
but de la presente Temporada
Everton, Lnin Espaola, Uni-
versidad Catlica y Green Cross.
Entre los partidos que dieron
lugaj a variados comentarios, se
encuentra el empate
entre el
Colo Colo y el Universidad, de
Chile a dos tantos en la cancha
del Estadio Nacional, con una
concurrencia de 20 mil aficio-
nados, y donde el guardavalla
de los universitarios es el Doctor
Mario Ibaez, jugador valiente,
preciso y de muchos recursos;
el triunfo del Magallanes sobre
el Unin Espaola por 4 a 2 en
el propio cuadro de estos, o sea
el estadio de Santa Laura; las
actuaciones del Iberia que ha
triunfado ya en sus dos prime-
ros compromisos; el empate a
cuatro tantos entre Universidad
Catlica y Ferrobadminton, don-
de ofreci una excelente exhibi-
cin el argentino Jos M. More-
no, que est defendiendo los co-
loree de los estudiantes, la afi-
cin chilena considera a este
jugador argentino, como uno de
los mejores futbolistas que' ha
pisado canchas chilenas.
El domingo 13 se efectuar
uno del os juegos clsicos del
ftbol chileno y ser el choque
entre los grandes rivales, Colo
Colo y Magallanes.
Con el partido Banda de Cornetas vs.
Compaa No. 6 se reanudar maana
la justa de sof tball de los bomberos
No descuide la
DENTADURA POSTIZA
que se desprende
S le c mi dentadura posllia al to-
mar, hablar, reir o eatornudar? No sufra
Bits molestia ni verruenzai FIXODEN1
(Fastaeth) e un polvo alcalina (no-acl-
do) para polvorear las dentaduras poi-
tizas. Las mantiene ma firmemente en
la boca. Da a la persona una sensacin
de seguridad y comodidad. No queda en
la boca niniuna sensacin pegajosa. Ob-
tenga FIXODENT (Faiteeth) en cualquier
farmacia hoy.
M-B
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Softball de los Bomberos
1.000
1.000
1.000
Compaa No. 5... 2
Compaa No. 2... 2
Banda de Cornetas 1
i)
0
0
1
1
1
1
8
2
2
.500
.500
.500
.500
..'S3
.O*
00
Electricistas ......1
Compaa No. 3 .. 1
Comardancia .... 1
Compaa No. 4 .. 1
G. Permanente .. 1
Compaa No. 6 ..
Compaa No. 1 ...0
El campeonato de Softball
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pa-
nam reanudar maana sus
partidos con el uego:
B de Cornetas ts. Ca. No 8
Este encuentro comenzar a
las 4 pm. en el cuadro de la
Plaza Amador, y promete li.te-
vesantes alternatlvas,,ya que los ^
cometeros defendern su Invic-
to en el primer puesto, mientras
que sus rivales lucharn para
salir de perdedor.
Los dos encuentros del do-
mingo en la maana corrern
a cargo de los conjuntos, Com-
paa No. 1 vs. Compaa No
2 y Comandancia vs. Compaa
No. 3.
Ratling Light Es Nuestro
Escogido Para Ganar La
Carrera Estelar Maana
Por RDEME
Los ejemplares de la clase
"B" se enfrentarn en el evrn-
to estelar de la cartilla hpica
que se celebrar maana en el
hipdromo Nacional, sobre ur.a
distancia de una milla y un
octavo y por un premio de B-
750.00
Cuatro caballos se .encuentran
i.iscrltos en esta barrera entre
los cuales tenemos a Newmins-
ter, Rathling Light, Avenue
Road y Camaf.
Nuestro escogido para ganar
esta carrera es Rathling Light,
que fu uno de los equinos ms
destacados en el cllsico "Presi-
dente de la Repblica". Se pre-
sentan como ejemplares a batir
Newmlnster y Camar.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
En al primera carrera se res-
taca El Mono," Para segundo
puesto Risita.
En la segunda carrera Dom;n
es nuestro escogido. Arquimeties
ts el enemigo.
En la tercera carrera Cesa
Linda y Conde debe disputr-
sela. ,
En la cuarta carrera Poltico
debe imponerse. Lonelly Molly
para el segundo lugar.
En la quinta carrera Railing
Lihgt
En la sexta carrera Bsach
Sun debe ganar. Mis Cristina es
ti ejemplar a batir.
En la sptima carrera Daiqui-
ri es nuestro escogido. Curaca
para el segundo puesto.
En la octava carrera Steila
es nuestro pronstico. Raymond
es el contendor.
En la novena carrera Wilsh
Fox debe seguir su racha de
triunfo Sismo es enemigo pe-
ligroso.
En la dcima carrera Annie
N. es el ganador seguro Op2x
llegar segundo.
En la undcima carrera Mu-
ros es un robo.
El deporte reanudar
Maana sus competencias
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
Las actividades deportivas cue
se declararon en receso para a-
poyar al movimiento patritico,
continan hoy tranquilas, con-
motivo del duelo nacional por
las numerosas victimas que
caus el desastre de ayer, paro
que dl punto final al caos .ue
se habla extendido sobre el
pas-
Con todo los cuerpos directi-
vos de los deportes en actividad,
como el Ftbol, Softball, Base-
ball, Basketball, Bolos, tenis etc.
asi como el Hipdromo Nacio-
nal, han llamado a reunin pa-
ra reanudar las respectivas
competencias y anunciar los
partidos de maana y el do-
mingo.
Por ahora se conocen los Jue-
gos del ftbol de primera ca-
tegora para el domingo en la
tarde, los partidos de Softball
de la Junta de los Bomberos,
el encuentro de baseball de la
Liga de San Felipe para el do-
mingo; los programas de carre-
ras para maana y pasado
maana en la pista de Juan
Franco. Tambin se informa que
ci Congreso de Redactores de-
portivos anunciado para el do-
mingo en Coln se ha pospues-
to para otra fecha, que se su-
pone serla el 20 de Mayo.
Por otra parte con pena re-
gistramos la defuncin de algu-
nos deportistas que cayeron en
ia refriega-tle ayer como el te-
niente Juan Flrez, jugador de
..oftball y ftbol y ex-mlembro
del Club Deportivo Pacifico; de
Ezequlel Urrutla Ponce, colabo-
rador de esta seccin estudian-
te del 5o. ao de la escuela
Profesional; ademas numerosos
hogares de deportistas se en-
cuentran de luto por la muerte
de parientes que tambin mu-
rieron en los sucesos de ayer.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES CONCURRtN .
Para mayor potencia motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
"Leu Champion hoc una gran diferencio en
cuanta a potando motril," die* I Dr. ATTILA
INFANTE VIEIRA de Ro do Janolro, "y cuanta
mayor potencio tonfla mi tractor, tanto mas rpido
ha do cumplir ju taros. No hay ms quo probar un
nuovo juego do Champion para ver cmo debo fun-
cionar un motor. Son las builasdoencon-
dido ms sosuras quo jamas he usado."-
Predilectas del mundo entero
por ms de un cuarto de siglo
Tetfes estes (wtams '".
en InvIlT 4 lo/ rilironr.l latino-
emerlcanes r swsiefles menrienea
jsereanol jnofcfa espolile.
GUA de HOTELES
C en los
ESTADOS UNIDOS
[. invite-mas corrfionnnta o ss>
lidiar efe lei rerearrlrod mJmlmit.
rrooVes l(irl r rfeMraarM
^mrm efectuar n* reservaciones.
NEW YOIC CITY. NIW YOMC
HOTEL SEYMOUR, w. n si ere.
at la le. Atenida, Tima Square, Roela-
fallar Cantar j Hartonas Unidas. Coailda
excelentes. Prados modorraos. Habitacin*!
snenlas, atada DSIS..10; doblas, desde OS
I": lo. Tambin aptos, eon cocina Precios
SDtnsualas pacales. Cable "Sayaaaurtal"
THE SUTTON HOTEL, ix-iastMSt
Carca dt las Hacanle Dnleet. TrancuHo.
Moderno. Cocina taoelente, radio, telirlsISn.
aira acondicionado. Piscina iretls. Sencillos
dasdt D8IJ.M. Aptos, desde TJBI.W. Ft
dos semanales 7 mensuales, espdalas. St
habla espaol. Csblt "Sultonotel".
HOTEL BRETTON HALL, Broedwir.
ss St. Bien amueblado. Subterrneo 7 dm
ni bul. al Pie del Hotel. Conten lenta a Las
Naciones Unidas. Cuartos con bafio, una par
sosia, desda USI 1, DSII. Tambin aptos.
con cocina. Cable "Bretona! New York".
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, at. Broad
trap, en ti coraron dt Times Square. SI
pisos; ION huespedea; ambienta atractl
TO. Cuartos moderno, 7 alteres, ton be
Be p ducha particular, radio sratls :
agua tifiada circuanle |r television
tambin! A arta distancia a pit dt Ue
tros p tiendas principal", asi tomo sub-
terrneo p mnibus. Sede del "Diamond
Horseshoe" de Bills Roes. Habitaciones
encinas desea D8H.M; dobles desdt
U8II.00 Restaurantes con aire aoondldo-
nsdo. Cabla: "Ptrottl New Tora".
HOTEL EMPIRE, Bro.d.aj t n n. s
una cuadre dtl Parque Central, tarta dt
la Quinta Artnlda p centro da cotnp
Magnificas heblUolonet amuebladas: Dea-
de $>.M con bailo.
SEVILLE HOTEL, uadison Ara. a atti
St., oerca dt famosa "Iglttita a la ratita
de la esquina". Empleados p gulas de ha*
Me espaola. Me tuertos ton bafio. Dos
comedores p grill. Baila terrasa. Habitado-
Bes sencillas. ,1; dobles. Hit.
HOTEL ROBERT FULTON, aw.ti
St.. lugar trinqullo de ambiente familiar
centralmente ubtoedo. cuartos amplios, ba-
so prtrado. kltchtnittes. ss 00 ana persona.
lito por dos. Apta, de 1 p I cuartos.
Precios semantics p menrutlee para fami-
lias rebajados hasta 50%. Depto. Bspaflol
a cargo Sr. Mariano Portoul. Cablegrafiar
ruVTOnOTtL. Tel. TI I-IOOO. Asoo. con
hotelet Cameron, Park Plata, 7 Bmtrson
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
frente a Ptnntpletala station, en el ae-
reada de las eeoetoaet teatrales r compras.
IMC habitaciones toa bane brisado, radia,
agua corriente hslade, UEJJtYlDOR. Precloe
desdt 14.00 7 NO extraal Empleados da
habla espolila le atendern personalmente.
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, niw.ii
st cerca di Times Bauer*. Conrwiints
para todas terminales, trenspor.es. dlrar-
lones. tiende, la. Ara. IB cuartos con
bafio. Seemos desde 11.11. dobles da
II 50. TtlCTltln. Se habla espaol
S7 50 Tambin apartamientos para familias
Muchos con aire acondicionado.
HOTEL KIMBERLY, Broadwe m st
Persona] latino. Cuartos con bailo p ducha.
Una persona, desdi OS I. Tambin apios.
ton cocina. Restaurante. Televisin.
HOTEL DIXIE, 110 w. 11. bi ho-
tel ms moderno ts al distrito til TUnsa
Squari. Todos cuartos con bafio, ducha
radio. Bendllot desde 1140. Dobles des
de 15 00. lacrlba para reeer Y aciones 1
folleto. Spanish Amsrlcaa Dcpt.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, ms.B.ird
St. A dea cuadras de tiendas p teatros, tsa-
clllot US |l. a US |7. Apartamlentes eco
cocina p ser-rielo US 11 a US 114.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ, treat! al corree.
Habitaciones eos aira icosidlst-sisdo. II y
I. Bailo prliado. Se hable espado!.
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, wr M.a. is*
St.. centro de Klaml. Pente efldnas Ll-
osas Arreas 7 Omnibus. Se habla espaol.
HOTEL VANDERBlLf, Park An id
St. Loeallrado en el centro de la ciudad.
Cuatro comedores fsmosos. Cuartos eon ba-___
o t radio: sen-IIloe deeds II Dobles dlsdc PTTTSBURGER HOTEL, StH N.B. 1st St.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL, attteapne
Bird, ds M.B. 1 St., adjunto el terminal ai-
reo central. Aire acondldonade opcional.
Centre de Miami. Cerca Cas. Aireas 7 Au-
tobuitt, Precloe mdicos. Se habla espaol.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
reducidas
Con las autordadei
de Obras Pblicas '
Se heesj imprescindible la.
Constraecln de on Serriclo
Sanitario en el Campo de
Jnrfoi de SANTA RITA. ,
con Vrfeis'
-,, -- ". !'(.."... J.l
Friccinele vigorosamente la ca*
beza con VITALIS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta;
forma, adems, se previene la
sequedad, i Hgalo: Uslod notar
la diferencia!
\M9t\Q\
\\ '
HOTEL CADILLAC, am Collins Ara.
Frente al star, piara prfrada. Aire acondi-
cionado. Precloe reducidos sn Prlmanre.
SOVEREIGN HOTEL; e St. frente al
ocano. Hscin p piara Brinda. Aire r
dlclonado. Dobles desda 08 1.
... Use VITALIS. ,!, por VITALIS le dar a su peinado una
elefante y cautivadora apariencia,
rae lo har obre I ir entre todos. '
(Apliqese VITALIS y confirme el
maravilloso efecto que produce!
penques
useVtalS
muevo;
VIM LIS
CREMA PARA EL CABELLO
SPECTO PISTINGUIPO
HO 10
Ht)
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
DUPLETAS
la. v 2a. 6a. y 7a.
carreras
ONE-TWO
3a. y Va.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".

*?iociama cU Queta fiaaco
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO

Evento Principal Del Sbado
5o. Carrero "B" Importados IVb Milla
Premio: B/750.00 Pool Gerra: 2:55 p.m.
1. 1SEWMINSTER...........J. Contreras 108
2. RATHLIN LIGHT..........V. Castillo 122
3. AVENUE ROAD.............F.Rose 117
4. CAM4RV ............B. Aguirre 112
Carrera Estelar Del Domingo
7a. Carrera "C" Importados 654 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Gerra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
"CLASICO SOC. DUEOS DE CABALLOS"
1. ESPARTANO..............E. Silvera 106
2. (POLVORAZO..............V. Ortega 112
3. (BLIDO................ B. Aguirre 112
4. (GAYWOOD.............. J- Phillips 114
5. FI7LL....................K. Flores 112
6. MIMO.....................CRum 112
7. GOLDEN TRIUMPH.......J. Contreras 112

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