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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. P.. SATURDAY. MAT It, UU
FIVE CENTS
Political Prisoners In Interior Released
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Korean Strategy Would Buy
Time For US And Keep Allies
By John L. Steele
WASHINGTON, May 12 (UP) President Truman
told Gen. Douglas MacArthur last Jan. 13 that his Korean
war strategy is aimed at buying time for U.S. rearmament
and keeping our "desperately needed' Allies m case of
war with Russia. .
Defense Secretary George C. Marshall read the let-
ter yesterday to Senators investigating MacArthur s ous-
ter. The Senators demanded it after parts revealed two
days ago showed that Mr. Truman cautioned MacArthur
to exercise "great prudence" in any steps that might draw
Russia into the war. .
Marshall told the Senators the threat of world war is
"far more acute" in Asia than in Europe In the Far East,
he said, the Soviets stand to lose something they already
possess Communist China.
M'Arthur Feels
US Is Veering
To His Views
Marshall alao disclosed that
American forces were told last
June 2ftlour days aiter the Ko-
rean war broke outto defend
themselves If Russia intervened.
But they alao were warned that
Soviet Intervention would not
necessarily mean a declaration
of war against Russia.
Mr. Truman's Jan. 13 message
was sent to MacArthur at a time
when it looked as If the Chinese
Communists might push United
Nations forces out of Korea. But
verf If evacuation uecame
necessary. Mr. Truman said, no
steps should be taken which
might touch off World War III.
"In reaching a final decision
about Korea," he wrote, "I shall
have to give constant thought
to the main threat from the So-
Tlet Union and to the need for
rapid expansion of our armed
forces to meet this danger."
In his letter, the President
made these points:
1) Holding the Chinese Com-
munists would demonstrate to
the world that the United Na-
tions will not tolerate aggression
and would rally the free world
by assuring It that It did not
have to "come to terms with
Communism."
2) If UN forces are evacuat-
ed, it might be "practical" to
fight from Islands off the shore
of Korea, but nothing must be
done to provoke Russia pending
the "rapid build-up" of Amer-
ican strength and the defenses
of the free world.
S)A successful stand In
Korea wouud puncture Com-
munist China's prestige and
stiffen resistance to Com-
munism all ever the world,
even behind the Iron Cur-
tain. It would show the
world that "the friendship
of the United State I* of
inestimable value in time of
adversity."
4) Success In Korea also
would bring the United Nations
through "Its first great effort In
collective security."
5) There was some wishful
thinking" among several UN
allies, but most only wanted to
be "absolutely sure" that all
avenues to peace had been
"fully explored." Mr. Truman
said he believed there ultimately
would be a "formidable combi-
nation in defense of freedom"
among democratic nations.
The president concluded by
expressing his gratification for
MacArthur's "splendid leader-
ship In the difficulty struggle
in Korea and for the superb per-
formance of your forces under
(Continued on Page 6. Col. >
The Weatherman Says-
NEW YORK. May 12 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur be-
lieves the controversy over his
dismissal has brought the Ad-
ministration around to some of
his ways of thinking on Far
Eastern policy, his spokesman
said today.
MaJ. Gen. Courteney Whitney,
MacArthur's chief aide, said the
general is "pleased" by what he
considers changes in the Ad-
ministration's attitude and also
that of the British.
As examples, he mentioned
Gen. George C. Marshall's stand
against "yielding on the issues
of Formosa" and granting the
Chinese Communists a seat In
the United Nations, greater aid
to the Chinese Nationalists and
the British moves to stop send-
ing supplies to Communist Chi-
na.
Whitney said MacArthur be-
lieves there is "hope that a real-
istic policy on the conduct of the
Korean war may now be emerg-
ing under the pressure of the
Congressional Investigation and
an aroused public opinion."
Commonwealth
To Join Britain
In Red Embargo
LONDON, May 12 (UP)Other
Commonwealth nations are ex-
pected to join Britain soon In
announcing their support of
United States proposals In the
United Nations for economic
sanctions against Communist
China.
Only India, among the Com-
monwealth countries, is likely to
hesitate, In line with her policy
of steering a middle course in the
Far Eastern dispute.
Australia Is expected to be the
first Commonwealth country to
parallel Britain's declaration.
Soviet Officers Die
At Hands Of Poles,
Berlin Sources Say
BERLIN, May 12 (UP) -
Polish partisans reportedly shot
Etven Soviet officers in an at-
tack on a bus on the Lodz
Warsaw highway April 27.
An explosion In the railway
repair shop in Soviet-occupied
Mtlntnveh killed 11 workers and
Injured 11. others this wee*.
The explosion was caused by
hand grenades placed In a lo-
comotive furnace by Russian
soldiers. i
Hot? Sure. But don't blame the
temperature. It's all the fault of
that ole debbll humidity.
The weatherman says that
when the mercury hits the top of
column and the humidity Is high,
living Is almost unbearable (he's
telling us!) but that when the
temperature is high and humidi-
ty Is low you really don't feel the
heat at all. (He says!)
He puts it this way: humidity
refers to moisture in the air. In
relation to human comfort It is
relative humidity which concerns
us most. And relative humidity is
the amount of water vapor ac-
tually In the air compared with
the greatest amount which could
be present at that same temper-
ature. This comparison is usually
expressed as a percentage.
If a sample of air contains on-
ly one-quarter of the possible a-
mount of water vapor, the rela-
tive humidity is 25 per cent, and
the air is relatively dry. If the a-
mount is one-half that possible,
relative humidity Is SO per sent,
moderately moist. But if the re-
lative humidity reaches 100 per
cent, the air is saturated.
The effect of humidity on hu-
man comfort in hot weather is
mostly a matter of evaporation
of moisture from body surfaces,
he went on. If the air is dry. bo-
dy moisture evaporates rapidly.
with a cooling effect. But when
the air is hot and moist at the
same time, there win be little
evaporation and people feel op-
pressed and sticky.
Movement of air helps evapor-
ation. And anything which aids
evaporation such as loose
clothing or a fan to Increase air
motion makes for more comfort.
Out of doors, the direct rays of
the sun tend to Increase human
discomfort on hot. humid days.
Indoors, where there are no di-
rect sun rays, air temperatures,
humidity and air motion are the
important factors. j
He cited some examples: an In-
door temperature of 95 degrees
with a relative humidity of 55
per cent produces an oppressive
effect which is somewhat abated
by air movement.
An indoor temperature of 85
degrees with relative humidity of
20 per cent and freely moving air
should be comfortable for those
in light loose clothing If they do
not exercise unduly.
An Indoor temperature of 5
degrees with a relative humidity
of 90 degrees without air motion
means coolness which would be
relieved by physical activity. This
would Induce perspiration. And
then there would be little eva-
poration and a resultant feeliug
Chinese Reds
Rushing South
In New Assault
TOKYO, May 12 (UP) Chinese Communists stream-
ed south in thousands across the 38th parallel today un-
der a dense smokescreen.
United Nations troops have been alerted for another
Red assault at any moment, possibly within 72 hours.
The Allies are outnumbered two to one, but are con-
fident they can beat off round two of the Reds' costly
spring offensive just as they beat off round one.
Nehru Proposes
India Bar Reds
By Amendment
NEW DELHI. May 12. (UP)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru today proposed an amend-
ment to India's Constitution
which would permit the Govern-
ment to crack down on Commu-
nist agitators and "others who
abuse freedom of speech and of
the press." ..
He told Parliament here tne
amendment was necessary be-
cause Indian courts have given
the Constitutional article on in-
dividual rights so wide an inter-
pretation that persons are not
judged guilty even if they advo-
cate murder.
He also proposed amendments
which wquld enable the Govern-
ment to nationalize Industries,
and to push through land reforms
which are blocked by State
courts.
If passed, as it Is expected they
will be, the amendments will be
the first to India's 15-month-old
Constitution.
Nehru's amendment would em-
power the Government to Impose
restrictions on expression of opin-
ion "In the interests of the se-
curity of the state, friendly rela-
tions with foreign countries and
public order, 'decency and moral-
ity." ___________^
Chiriqui Bringing
Mail And Cargo
From New Orleans
CRISTOBAL, May 12. The
United Fruit Company's Chiriqui,
on her every-other-week pas-
senger and freight run from New
Orleans, Is due here at la..m.
Monday, Fruit Company officials
said.
She has aboard 21 cruise pas-
sengers and is picking up 45 here
for the voyage to New Orleans
Chiriqui is bringing 1,900 sacks
of mall for the Isthmus and l ,200
tons of cargo, including some re-
frigerated cargo.
She sails at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Red screening forces today
stiffened their resistance to Uni-
ted Nations raiding columns
striking north from the central
front and at the extreme eastern
and western ends of the 100-mile
long front.
Two huge smokescreens over
the central and western fronts
cloaked the Communists' final
preparations.
It Is believed the Reds might
throw 500,000 men against the
Bth Army In a supreme effort to
destroy the United Nations forc-
es or drive them Into the sea.
The 8th Army, superbly condi-
tioned and confident, is waiting
behind sandbags, barbed wire
barricades, and at the lanyards of
their big guns.
The Communists may unleash
their long threatened air assault
In conjunction with the ground
attack. To meet this threat the
Allies have put up special defens-
es at forward air bases, alerted
anti-aircraft gun crews and low-
ered the tops of vehicles.
Allied fighter and bomber
wings have been alerted for a
possible Red air offensive.
Allied planes searching out Red
concentrations In North Korea
ran Into Intensive anti-aircraft
and small arms fire over smoke-
filled Munsan and the central
front areas.
Southeast of Sinulju today 12
Sabres tangled with 16 Migs. Af-
ter a five minute dogfight the
Mlgs headed home, one of them
damaged. .
In the afternoon an unarmed
reconnaissance plane was Jump-
ed by three Mlgs in the same
area.
PAA Flying Drugs,
Clothing To Aid
Quake Victims
Colombia, a country well ac-
quainted with the effects of
earthquakes, is one of the first
Latin American nations to come
to the aid of El Salvador, where
approximately 1,000 persons were
killed and 4,000 Injured by a se-
ries of earthquakes Monday
May 7.
The Colombian National Red
Cross is sending nearly a thou-
sand pounds of drugs and cloth-
ing to the Salvadorlan victims.
Pan American World Airways
Is flying the supplies free of
charge from Barranqullla. Co-
lombia, to San Salvador, capital
of the Central American repub-
lic, by way of Panama.
Another Atomic
Weapon Tested
At Eniwetok
HONOLULU, May 12 (UP).
Representative Henry M. Jack-
son said here today that another
atomic weapon has been success-
fully tested by the United States
at the Pacific proving grounds on
Eniwetok atoll.
Jackson attended the tests as
a Congressional observer.
He declined to comment on the
type of weapon tested or the date
of the operation.
However It is assumed the tests
probably climaxed between Mon-
day and Tuesday this week, as it
is unlikely he remained on at
Eniwetok after the operations
were completed.
Jackson said the Atomic Energy
Commission plans no formal an-
nouncement on the tests or their
outcome.
In Seattle last Friday Senator
Warren G. Magnuson said he had
learned from sources which could
not be disclosed that either an
H-bomb or an A-bomb would be
tested soon In the Aleutians.
Meanwhile In Washington the
latest Eniwetok tests prompted
expert speculation that
S
Oak Ridge Puts Up Frogskins
For Radioactive Leaptron
mpt
tnr
types of new weapons have been
fired, or soon will be.
1) A stockpile atomic bomb of
improved type, said to have about
twice the destructive range of
the bomb that blasted Nagasaki;
2) A smaller atom bomb, de-
signed for delivery by speedy Air
Force attack bombers;
S) An atomic warhead for
ground artillery, perhaps In the
form of a giant mortar shell.
If these weapons were explod-
ed In the latest tests, which ap-
parently began early last month,
they would bring to 17 the num-
ber of known atomic blasts 18
American and one Ruslan.
Atomic experts had erected a
"target city" on Eniwetok In an
effort to learn the effect of ato-
mic explosions on all types of
construction, Including bomb
shelters.
There is little chance that the
latest tests Included the first ex-
plosion of the super-lethal
hydrogen bomb.
However, military and atomic
chiefs may now know whether a
practical atomic artillery shell Is
possible.
Truman Asks CZ
Be Out Of Labor
Convention
WASHINGTON, May 12 (UP)
President Truman yesterday
asked the Senate specifically to
exempt the Canal Zone when It
ratifies the International Con-
vention on Wages and Hours
statistics.
The president had submitted
the Convention, drawn up at
the 1938 nternatlonal labor
conference In Geneva, for Sen-
ate ratification last January.
In his new message the Pre-
sldtnt said:
"As a result of a reappraisal
of the situation in regard to
the territorial application of
the convention, I now request
that the Senate give advise and
consent to ratification, subject
only to the understanding that
the convention shall not apply
to the Canal Zone.
The convention established
uniform International proce-
dures for calculating and pub-
lishing wage and hours statis-
tics.
Many To Leave
Jails In City
All of the political prisoners in the interior of the
Republic will be released immediately and from Panam
City's saturated Crcel Model prisoners are to be set free
in large groups, according to an announcement, today by
Minister of Government and Justice MigueJ Angel Ordo-
nez.
Colonel Jos Antonio Reman, head of the police force,
told The Panam American he believed from 200 to 300
would be released from the Crcel Modelo this afternoon.
Up to this writing there was a total of 813 under ar-
rest. This number includes two women, Former Cabinet
Minister Mrs. Maria S. de Miranda and Mrs. Ana Matilde
Linares de Arias.
The wife of the ousted president said yesterday she
would stay in jail, preferring to be by her husband's side,
but Col. Reman said she would leave this afternoon.
Mrs. Miranda is being held pending an investigation
into the shooting of Lt. Col Lezcano Gmez, 32, and Capt.
Juan Florez, 28, inside the Presidencia.
Gomez and Flores, posthu-
mously promoted, were burled
yesterday. They were given a
state funeral with President Al-
clbiades Aroaemena and his ca-
binet heading the long proces-
sion. , ..
Dr. Arnulfo Arias and his aide-
de-camp, Roberto Angulzola.
meanwhile stUl were being held
at police headquarters under or-
Raging 'Ole Hiss'
Flooding Keokuk
Industrial Area
KEOKUK. Iowa, May 12. (UP)
The swollen Mississippi River
flooded the industrial area today,
forcing one big plant to close,
curtailing operations in four
others and virtually halting all
rail services.
But the major flood threat Is
20 to 50 miles downstream where
the Mississippi forms the border
between Missouri and Illinois.
Levees protecting Canton, Han-
nibal and Quincy are reported
are all that protect some 400 fa-
are all taht protect some 400 fa-
milies and 175,000 acres of rich
farmland. .
Flood water is reported In
the business districts of Canton
and Hannibal, where the Na-
tional Guard and the Red Cross
have been alerted.
ders of the district attorney.
The former president, his aide,
some of his cabinet ministers
and some 1,200 of his loyal fol-
lowers defended the Presidential
Palace for four hours Thursday
before surrendering to the well-
armed forces of the National Po-
lice.
Of the "Arnulflstas" who stay-
ed by the former president's side
to the last were almost 400 wom-
en. They were set free yesterday
afternoon as the first act of the
new administration.
Former Ministers Rodolfo Her-
bruger, Celso Carbonell, Carlos
Brln. and Adan de Urrlola have
already been released and police
revealed that Former Secretar*
General of the Presidencia Joai
E. Ehrman Is taking refuge la
the Mexican Embassy.
Meanwhile Panama was back
operating on a normal scale.
The Caja de Ahorros reopened
Its doors but there were no long
lines of people seeking to draw
out their savings. At closing time,
as a matter of fact. Manager
Guillermo de Roux said he con-
sidered the day's operations "Just
about normal."
Most of the business hosea
had reopened their doors and
the Republic was no longer off
limits for servicemen.___
Balboa Tides
Sunday, May 13, 1951
High Lw
8:25 a.m. 2:21 a.m.
8:37 p.m. _______Z:51 p.nu
By JULIAN GRANGER
OAK RIDGE, Tenn.,
12
. May
(UP). An atomic-powered m
frog dubbed Leaptron will enter Leaptron hop farther or faster,
the International frog Jumping neither Leonard nor Chamber of-
sald a spokesman for the Oak
Ridge Chamber of Commerce
whose silks Leaptron will wear.
Whether the dosage will make
Leaptron hop farther or faster,
Jubilee at Angel's Camp, Cal., and
Its backers said today he's a sure
bet not to develop a top-heavy
goiterat least.
Robert E. Leonard, a frog
fancier who works at the ura-
nlum-235 production plant here,
will snare the atomic city's can-
didate next Wednesday night.
He's been scouting ponds and
frog leapgrounds hereabouts
every night for two weeks.
On Thursday night, just before
Leaptron boards an American
Airlines plane for Oakland, Cal.,
a biologist from the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory will shoot
the croaker with 10 mlcrocuries
of radioactive iodine 131. That's
less than an eyedropperful.
"He'll be radioactive enough to
ring bells on a Oelger counter,"
ficials would even guess But.
they said, he won't get goiter to
slow him down, as Mark Twain's
"celebrated Jumping frog" was
slowed with a load of buckshot.
Souped-up iodine 131, made In
the Oak Ridge chain-reacting
"pile," collects In the thyroid
Eland and prevents goiter when
ijected into the blood stream. It
has a "half-life" of eight days,
which means that
half as "hot" after
days.
Biologists doubted that Leap-
tron's shot would harm him or
anyone who gets near him. He'll
give off gamma rays, the least
harmful of the radioactive waves.
Some radioactive frogs exhi-
bited by the American Museum
of atomic energy here have been
known to "croak'* after two
weeks.
Chamber officials had hoped to
line up a biologist from the Ato-
mic Energy Commission's Labo-
ratories at Berkeley. Cal., to give
Leaptron another slug of iodine
before he competes. But scien-
tists said that would not be ne-
cessary.
Leaptron will go lt alone to
California, where he'll be met by
"Miss Oakland," secretary-man-
ager Carl T. Miles and other of-
ficials of the contest scheduled
. for May 18-20. They assured his
lt becomes sponsors that Leaptron will get
every elgtrt excellent handling when he's let
out of his gaudy, pyramlnd-
shaped plywood box.
His leaps will be televised and
"broadcast" via a Gelger counter,
which clicks or rings bell when
placed near a radioactive object.
The world's record is 18 feet, 2
inches, se"t In three hops, and
the winner receives a $1,000 prize.
Bar Association
Meets To Honor
Late Dr. Fairman
CRISTOBAL. May 12 Mem-
bers of the Canal Zone Bar As-
sociation yesterday afternoon
honored the dean of local at-
torneys, Dr. Chauncey P. Fair-
man who died Thursday after-
noon In Coln Hospital.
In a special session of the Ma-
gistrate's Court, local attorneys,
led by Judge E. I. P. Tatelman
Eald tribute to Dr. Fairman who
ad practiced law here since
1906.
The lawyers present passed a
resolution on Dr. Fairman's ac-
complishments as an attorney.
A copy of this resolution, to-
gether with a note of condolence
is to be sent to Mi a Fairman.
PRESIDENT ALCIBIADES AROSEMENA and his cabinet
were amone the thousands of mourners who paid tribute
wsterdaV to Major Lezcano Gomez and Lieutenant Jue
Flores? who were killed in Thursday's fighting to Pre*:
dencla Streets were thronged with mourners as the funeral
procession pasted.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEFENDENT DART NEWSPAfER
SATURDAY, MAT IS, lt51
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................May 1
S.S. Chlrlawl ....................................May 14
S.8. Levers Bend ...............................J> *3
U.S. OUttsjsl !..................................My 2
'llnmillnr Rafrliaratnl Chilian and Roncral Canal
/New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. (apt Cumberland..........................May It
SJ8. Cape Ann ..................................May 20
S,8. Cape Avinof ...............................May 26
S.S. Cape Cod .................................J"e 3
frrlfht slllnr Waaklj fram Havana to Crtnabai
rterkl Sailing*, lo New York, Ins Aoialca, San iramlwo. Sealtl*
Oreas lanal Sailings lo New Orleans and Moblla.
(Tkt Sttaaaara In thU wtiln ara limitad to twalve paaunirn)
rrfaarnt t'ratfhi Sailing* from CrMohai to Wait Coast Central Amarla
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.8. Chirlqui .....(Passenger Service Only).....May IS
S.S. Chlriqui..................................May 29
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-*t4 COLON SO
GRACE LINE
I
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.8. "SANTA MARGARITA" .......Due Orlstbal. May 10th
6. "SANTA LUISA" ..............D6 Cristbal, May 16th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.8. "SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristbal. May 14th
8.8. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal. May 21st
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
II. V. "GUNNERS KNOT" ............Due Balboa, May 15th
M.V. "ANCHOR HITCH" .............Due Balboa, May 28th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "GUNNERS KNOT" .........Sails Cristbal, May 29th
Balboa Only.
PAJNAMA AGENCIES, CO.
(rlStMI 8144 2150 Panam 2-9558 0557 Balboa 1597 2151
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BX ROTAL CHARTER ISM
Royal Mall Unes Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
' TO ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SANTANDER""... i omits Buenaventura).. May llth
tfi. "FLAMENCO"...............................May 23rd
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"..... ..............May 20th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "BALAVERRY" ..............................May 19th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DURANGO" ................................May 18th
B.8. "DUIVENDYK" ...............................May 21st
TO UK/CONTINENT
8.8. "LOCH RYAN"..............................May 25th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available tor passengers.
Ail Sailing* Subject lo Chama Without ivotlce
PACIFIC STEAM NAV CO.. Criitbal Tel. 1954 1S5S
FORD COMPANY INC.. Panama Tel S-1257/125: Balboa 1N5
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CtKorF. A.ND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limitad Number of Passenger Bertha I
TO OJBOrt: May 17
Juna 1
TO ECHADOS. PERU AND CHILE: May IT
TO CENTRAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST U.SA. Juna 1
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'Cincarib' Will Set Pace
For Armed Services Day
Within a cluster of pre-World
War 1 buildings at Quarry
Heights is located the head-
quarters lor overall control oi
the Armed Forces o the United
States In the Caribbean Area.
This is Caribbean Command
a noteworthy example or tne
unification which is celebrated
In this year's second annual
Armed Forces Day, Saturday,
M"Unlf'icaUen has worked well
in the Caribbean Command
said a commentator in iai.
when the Joint organization was
a little more than two years
old. It still does.
The Commander-ln-Chief oi
Caribbean Command, Lt. Gen.
William H. H. Morris, Jr. also
commands the Panama Area
forces of the Command, while
those in the Antilles chain of
islands are under the command
of a Naval leader. Rear Admiral
Marshall E. Oreer.
"Joint organization means
that the three services are
equally represented on the stall
of "CINCARIB," as the Com-
mander-in-Chief is designated.
This staff, in existence for al-
most four years now, has weld-
ed itself into a strong team.
The three components of
Caribbean Command are the US
Army Caribbean, 15th Naval
District (also called the Pan-
ama Sector of the Caribbean
Sea Frontier), and Caribbean
Air Command. They are head-
ed, respectively, by MaJ. Gen.
Ray E. Porter, Rear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe, and Brig.
Gen. Emll C. Kiel.
Because of the geographical
location of the command, at the
crossroads of the Western He-
misphere, lt is Important as a
contact point with the Latin
American republics. Armed For-
ces liaison with these nations
Is carried out by military mis-
sions in 14 countries, from Gua-
temala to Argentina. The mis-
sions assist in many functions,
from the direction of training
schools to the maintenance of
the more intricate military wea-
pons.
The missions have their coun-
terpart in the Canal Zone. Di-
rected by the Army and the
Air Force are schools in the
Tun every tal lit
a reel pititn by
serviit KELLOM'S
lilt Krittrii!
Canal Zone for Latin American
officers and .enlisted men. More
than 3000 men have attended
the schools since their incept-
ion. The students learn subjects
ranging from radio communi-
catlonsto the repair of aircraft
engines.
The schools in the zone are
doubly important, for besides
training the officers and men
from the attending military
services, they serve to bring
students common understanding
of the problems of each of their
American neighbors. The schools
assist in .welding a bond of
everlasting friendship.
As in all United States mili-
tary installations, emphasis in
the command is placed upon
training for all possible emer-
gencies. Particularly to the Ar-
my, the area presents a proving
grornd and a training area for
ampnlbiou8 operations and
Jungle warfare. Today, a crack
Jungle platoon of the 33rd In-
fantry maintains proficiency in
Jungle fighting by carrying on
experiments In the Jungle, and
performing search and rescue
missions in the dense under-
growth of the tropics.
Since the opening of the
Panama Canal on Aug. 15, 1915,
the Armed Forces have been
responsible for its defense. The
defense haS been successful.
Not one single warlike incident
has occurred to slow up vital
traffic through the Canal dur-
ing the world wars.
The Panama forces of Carib-
bean Command will be on dls-
Elay this coming Armed Forces
lay. Their slogan, "Defenders
of Freedom," will be the theme
of every exhibit and demonstra-
tion.
Caribbean Command Is ac-
complishing a tremendous Job;
first in guarding one of the
world's most important water-
ways; and second, In protecting
the Western Hemisphere from
attack in an area where under-
sea forces of the enemy were
active during World War n.
Thousands of soldiers, sailors,
airmen, marines, and civilians
are valiantly working together
to Insure an effective defense.
Caribbean Command is truly
teamed as "Defenders of Free-
dom."
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Stirred by the unhappy ex-
perience of a Tucson. Aria., Mar-
ine veteran, congress today
rushed through legislation giv-
ing Korean war veterans the
same medical and pension bene-
fits held by World War II veter-
ans.
The measure, which now goes
to President Truman for his
certain signature, was sped
through after lt was disclosed
that David R. Abellano, 21-year-
old Korean veteran was denied
treatment of suspected cancer
at the Tucson Veterans Admln-
stratlon hospital.
The Senate first voted to give
Far East veterans only VA med-
ical and hospital care. But It
later agreed to a broader House
bill, passed at almost the same
time, which will give Korean
veterans both medical and pen-
sion rights.
Korean war veterans would
not get the educational and Job
rights provided to World War II
veterans under the OI Bill of
Rights but one lawmaker
promptly announced an at-
tempt to obtain them too.
Events followed swlftlv after
Arellano's experience was de-
scribed in press reports.
President Truman told a news
conference the VA hospital was
right from a legal standpoint
since Korea was not an officially
declared war. But he said Con-
gress should change the law.
Within hours, he sent a letter to
the Capitol urging that Korean
veterans be given hospital and
medical benefits.
The Senate Immediately ap-
proved the measure without go-
ing through the formality of re-
ferring it to committee.
The house with equal speed
and without dissent approved a
resolution bv Chairman John E.
ankRln, D., Miss., of the House
Veterans Committee to give Ko-
rean war veterans both medical
and pension benefits.
The legislation would permit
Korean war veterans to obtain
beds in VA hospitals for non-
service connected ailments and
injuries provided beds were
available and provided the
veteran signed a statement that
he could not afford private care.
Pensions for families or men
killed on active duty in Korea
would be boosted to wartime
rates. The $72 monthly old age
pensions now available to other
veterans under certain circum-
stances also would be available
to Korean war yeterans under
those same conditions.
The legislation would be re-
troactive to last June 27 when
the first American troops land-
ed in Korea and continue unta
the end of the present state of
national emergency.
It does not give Korean war
veterans educational or Job be-
nefits under the OI bill of rights.
but allows hoapltallzatlon for
non-service-connected aliments
and pensions. Rep. Edith Nourse
Rogers, R.. Mass.. said she will
sponsor legislation to give Ko-
rean veterans other OI rights.
Other benefits voted bv the
House Included those of home
medical care and burial pay-
ments for non-service-connect-
ed illnesses. Korean war veter-
ans already had these benefits
for death or Injuries Incurred
in active service.
World War II vets now can be
treated at VA hospitals for all-
menu not brought on by active
service, if bed-space is available.
Arellano was refused admis-
sion to the Tucson VA hospital
for a cancer operation. He later
underwent surgery at Plma
County hospital where surgeons
removed a gland In his neck.
The father of two Infants, trie
veteran said he could see no
difference between his Korean
experiences and a "genuine"
war.
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there," he said.
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EDNA MAE CURLE8 AND CLYDE BAIN MARRIED
LAST EVENING AT PEDBO MIGUEL UNION CHURCH
Miw Edna Mae Curies, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Curies of Balboa, became the bride of Clyde Bain, son of
Mrs. William Bain and the late Mr. Bain of Balboa, at a
service held last evening at seven thirty o'clock in the Pe-
dro Miguel Union Church. The Reverend Raymond Gray of-
ficiated. Before the service Mrs. Wayne F. Thomas sang
"Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." She was accompanied
by Mrs. Leland Brooks, church organist, who also played the
processional and recessional. White flowers and ferns in pro-
' lusion decorated the candlelighted church.
The bride was escorted and
even In marriage by her father,
er bridal gown was of whit*
boicaded satin made with a fit-
ted bodice, a cowl collar, cap
sleeves, and a full, ballerina
length skirt. She wore a should-
er length veil of tulle held In
place with a satin coronet and
carried a white bible marked with
a white orchid.
Miss Barbara Anne Curies, her
sister's only attendant, was
gowned in orchid colored em-
broidered organdy. Her head-
dress matched her gown and she
carried a nosegary of yellow
roses. ,
William J. Bain acted as best
man for his brother and the
ushers were Leon Herring and
James Fraser.
After the ceremony a recep-
tion for relatives and close
friend was held In the church
parlors. For her daughters wed-
ding Mrs. Curies chose an
aquamarine blue gown of nylon
faille and a corsage of orchids.
Mrs. Bain's gown was of ecru
colored lace and her corsage was
of yellow roses. The brides
younger sister, Miss Martha
Louise Curies had charge of the
bride's book.
Mr. and Mrs. Bain have gone
on a short wedding trip and will
be at home after May 21 at
0775-K, Williamson Place, Bal-
boa. For travelling the bride
wore a navy blue gabarne suit
with white accessories and a cor-
sage of white orchids.
Mrs. Maphis Entertains
For Dr. and Mrs. Irvin
Mrs. Samuel W. Maphis enter-
tained Informally at dinner at
hr home In Balboa recently for
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel s. Irvin who
are leaving soon to reside In
North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Houx
Sail on S.S. "Panama"
After a residence of many
years on the Isthmus, Mr. and
Mrs. Carrol Houx left on the S.8.
"Panama" to make their home
In the United States. They were
accompanied by their children,
William and Phyllis.
/
Mrs. Million and Mrs. Ebdon
Entertain Jointly
Mrs. H. J. Million and Mrs. T.
J. Ebdon. Jr. were Joint hostesses
tor a coffee party given this
morning at Mrs. Million's home
in Pedro Miguel for several of
their friends who are leaving the
Isthmus soon. The honor guests
were Mrs. T. J. Ebdon, Mrs. Rob-
ert Fitch, Mrs. Truman Hoenke,
Mrs. J. H. Jones. Mrs. R. C. Meiss-
ner and Mrs. Mrs. Corn.
The guest list .also included
Mrs. J. A. Dombrowsky, Mrs. Leo
Cagley, Mrs. W. A. Dryja, Mrs, R.
W. Abel, Mrs. F. J. Patterson,
Mrs J. R. Smith, Mr3. W. H.
Essllnger, Mrs. E. W. Zelnick,
Mrs. Murrav Wright. Mrs. W. J.
Herman. Mrs. R. M. Turner.
Mrs. D. P. Hutchinson, Mrs. B. D.
Powell. Mrs. W. F. Young. Mrs.
J. L. Phillips and Mrs. Edith Ep-
pley.
Returns to Chile
David McMorris, Second Sec-
retary of the United States Em-
bassy in Chile, left yesterday by
airplane for Santiago after a
short visit with his brother-in-
law and sister, Lt. Commander
and Mrs. J. E. Halnes at the Bal-
boa Naval Reservation.
Miss Childress
Honored by Friends
A group of her friends enter-
tained at a no host tea Wednes-
day afternoon for Miss Janet
Childress who ailed yesterday
on the S.8. "Panama" to visit her
sister in Ohio. The party as held
at the home of Miss colleen
Parker In Balboa and others pre-
ent included Miss Peggy Loe.
Miss Lelia Flores, Miss Marilyn
Barnett, Miss Cynthia Evers, Miss
Judy rooks and Miss Rene hllds.
Visitor Sails
Mrs. Joseph Kosker of Balti-
more, Maryland, sailed yesterday
on the S.S. "Panama" after a
visit at Pedro Miguel with her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William G.
Hull.
As a farewell party for Mrs.
Kosker, Mt. and Mrs. Lawrence
A. Adler gave a dinner of twelve
covers Thursday evening at their
residence in Panama.
Mrs. Bright Honored
At Luncheon
Mrs. N. Z. Stephens and Mrs.
George V. Daniels honored Mrs.
William James Bright, Jr. at a
luncheon and shower given
Thursday at Mrs. Stephens' home
in Curundu Helghti About 20
guests were Invited.
Theater Guild Dinner
This Evening
The Theater Guild is holding
its annual meeting for the elec-
tion of officers and board mem-
bers this afternoon at 5 in the
auditorium of the Balboa Ar-
med Forces Y. M. C. A. The
meeting will be followed by a
buffet dinner, celebrating the
Guild's 1st anniversary, and by
entertainment. All members and
prospective members of the
Guild are cordially Invited to be
present. '
Penuomen to Meet
For Dinner
The Writers Group of the Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women, Canal Zone Branch, will
hold a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the Fern Room of the Ho-
tel Tivoli to which will members
of the organization are invited.
During the dinner there will be
a round table discussion of
articles and stories by members.
Those planning to attend the
dinner are asked to call Miss
Mable Shaffar for reservations.
Agnes Johnson's Paintings
At Hotel Tivoli
Paintings by Agnes Peterson
Jt oLove/ier llllner
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P.M.
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4:00Music For Saturday
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6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
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7:30Pabst Blue Ribbon Sports
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7:45Jam Session (VOA)
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8:15Adventures In Hlstoiy
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9:45Sports World and Tune
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10:00HOG HIT PARADE
10:30B.B.C. Bandstand
11:00Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Of
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9:00Bible Auditorium of the
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THE FIRST PRIZE-WINNER in the U. 8. Army Caribbean
S holography contest Is examined by the three Judges. Left,
ean A. Karch, art supervisor of the Canal Zone schools,
holds 'Mystery of the Surf," Cpl. Richard L. Loesel's prize-
winning salon photo. Center. Gordon Summers, 15th Naval
District photographer, former president of the Diablo Camera
Club, scrutinizes Lesela picture as he holds in his left hand
the second Drlze photo, submitted by Cpl. Chester L. Crank.
Right, the third judge, Capt. Charles S. Howe, Engineer and
Construction Group, The Panama Canal.
(U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Shirellng)

Mothers' Day Dance
Listed By Cristobal
YMCA For Tonight
Mother's Day will be celebra-
ted by a dance at the Cristobal
Armed Services YMCA tonight.
While th affair Is dedicated to
all mothers, Mrs. Marga ret
"Mom" Austin will be particular-
ly honored.
An appropriate program has
been planned by the Social Acti-
vities Committee Including con-
tests, stunts and dancing.
The dance will start at 8:00
p.m. and will feature the music
of Gardners Band.
This is another Red Feather ac-
tivity for servicemen made possi-
ble through generous contribu-
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Photograph Contest
Winners Announced
Cpl. Richard L. Loesel. 7461st
AU (Signal), was the winner of
the US Army Caribbean Ph-i'.o-
graphy Contest. Judged by a
board of three at the Fort Ama-
dor Service Club.
Loesel's prize-winning entry,
untitled, is a study of a young
mother introducing her son to
the mystery of the surf.
Another beach scene. Involving
Puerto Rlcan native fishing boats,
won the second prize in the sa-
lon photograph division for Cpl.
Chester L. Crank, 7500th AU, Ft.
Brooke. Puerto Rico.
The winning color slide was
"Future Planning," by Capt. Mehl
M. Logan. 85th AAA Group. Fort
Clayton. Second was "Red at
Night," by Capt. V. G. Oberg,
7470th AU. USARCARIB School.
Fort Gulick.,
Appropriate prizes will be -
warded to the four winners
shortly. Meanwhile the winning
pictures are on display at the A-
mador Service Club until Mon-
day.
The four winners and twelve
other photos submitted will be
sent to Washington for further
competitive showing in the
Worldwide Inter-Service Photo-
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lam H. Peterson USARCARIB
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The Judges were Jean A. Karch,
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SATURDAY MAT It. 1991
Dobson Hurls 1-Hitter As White Sox Whip Indians
Chisox Move Into Third
Place Tie; Tigers Win
By Umttd Pfss
SA3S *OW
NEW YORK, May 12 The White Sox moved into
a tie for third placo with tht Indians in the American Lea-
gue when Joe Dobton pitched a one-hitter 12-1 victory at
Chicago in the best performance of his ten-year career
in the Majors last night.
Dobson appeared to be going
* for the second no-hlt no-run
- name in the Majors in a week
when, with two out in the eighth
inning, pinch-hitter Bob Avila
lammed a double to break the
apeUf
Avlla's hit didn't provide the.
Indiani with their lone run.
J- however. That came in the ninth
,"Z- f>n two walks, an mlleld out and
n Infield error when the pres-
SSure on Dobson was off.
Orestes Mioso. whom the In-
dians traded away to tbc White
-Sox, set the hitting pace tor
the winners with a triple and
.two sine Is* while batting In two
'runs. The Indians new admit
It was rerkleee to sal away
with Mioso who has the po-
tential ability U be a great star.
Al Carrasquel also got a triple
and two singles for the White 8ox
while Eddie Robinson, another
player who used to toll for the
Indians, hit a two-run homer
-his fourth of the season
- The White Sox wrapped up vic-
tory with a seven-run rally In the
seventh inning.
The Tigers1 Dizzy Trout pitched
- four-hit 7-1 victory over the
Browns at St. Louis In another
arc-light contest. Vic Wertg hit
a two-run homer and the Tigers
cashed In on ten walks by the
Browns' throwers.
PARI8. Prance, May 13 (UP).
Paris in the spring appeals to
"Sugar" Ray Robinson, the
middleweight champ who has
become something of a roving
sports ambassador.
"In Paris I am the happiest
man in the world," Robinson told
newsmen today in his 10-room
hotel suite overlooking the Ave.
Des Champs -Eh/sees. Robinson
says he likes the City of Lights
so much he may rent a villa In
residential St. Cloud for the sum-
mer season.
' Robinson went to Paris for a
May 21 date with Kid Marcel,
the French middleweight champ.
But the "Harlem Hotshot" has
been relaxing mare than train-
ing.
He's quite a boulevard sight in
his red sport shirts, pink slacks
and jaunty walk. And the Paris-
Howard Rommel of Sturgls, | ians love "Sugar.'' Robinson Is
Michigan, almost scored another invited to swank teas. Magazine
perfect game earlier In the day. j editors call for appointments.
Trenton Bowler
Scores Perfect
300 In A.B.C.T.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota, May 12
(UPi. A 38-year-old bowler
from Trenton, New Jersey, has
reached the goal of every kegler.
Vincent Luccl fired 12 conse-
cutive strikes yesterday for a per-
fect1 score of 300 while competing
in the doubles division of the
American Bowling Con grass
feline in "l" at St. Paul. Min-
nesota. Luccl's perfect game is
the llth in the 48-year History
of the A.B.C. Tournament. In
that time, more than three mil-
lion games have been shot.
Trout pitched shutout ball af-
ter the second Inning, yielding
only two more hits.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
In the only Senior Loop game,
Cliff Chambers who hurled a
no-hlt no-run game for the Pir-
ates only last Sunday discov-
ered that fame was fleeting In-
deed when he was bounced f?r a
sharp single In the first inning
nd went on to lose a 10-4 deci-
sion to the Cubs at Pittsburgh
last night.
Chambers gave up four more
hits, good for three runs In the
second Inning after which he was
removed.
Andy Palko, who is having one
of hie | rr a test seasons thus far,
hit his seventh and eighth
homers for the Cubs to move
within one home run of 'Major
League leader Gil Hodges of
the Dodgers.
Bob Rush won his second game
even though he was reached for
eleven hits and contributed
three hits himself. Waily West-
lake hit a three.run Pirate
homer.
All other National League
games were rained out and there
were no other American League
contests scheduled.
Sports Briefs
By UNITED PHE88
A field of 12 has been entered
for today's 13th running of the
o.OOO Gallant Pox Handicap at
Jamaica. "Cochlse," top-weighted
at 120 pounds, is overnight
favorite for the mile and three
sixteenth New York feature.
TRACK
A world champion at hurdles
Dick Attlesey will be out to
break his own record today In the
West Coast Track and Field Re-
lays at Fresno.
Attlesey admits that the
weather and track conditions
will determine whether he has a
chance to break his record of IS
and five-tenth second for the
120-high hurdles. Dick will run
for the Los Angeles Athletic
Club.
Another boy they'll be watch-
ing in the field of 1,300 is Ollle
Matson, from the University of
San Francisco. Matson is well
known for his football, but ran
the 100 yard dash in high school
in nine-six.
Now he's switching back to
track, hoping to make the Olym-
pic squad in the 440-yard event.
Since the 440 is not listed today
In the Relays, Matson will run
the 100.
Annual National Brewers' Beer
Mug Matches Open Tomorrow
National League
Teams- W I. Pet.
Beaten . Brooklyn i << It .Me
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81. Louis . .! ..Ml
Pittsburgh . .U 1* .324
Philadelphia . 11 12 .418
Chicago . New fork . 1 11 .Ml
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Cincinnati . 1 IS .SSI
Fight Dope
The Green Bay Packers of the
National Football League have
signed one rookie and a hold-
over. The freshman is fullback
Clarence Balsch who scored 14
touchodwns last season for Lewis
and Clark University at Portland-
Oregon. The other Packer who
signed ia tackle Don Stansauk,
a former Denver University
star...
Beverly Baker of Santa Mo-
nica, California, has reached the
women's semi-finals of the Hurl-
lngham Club Lawn Tennis
Tournament in London. Miss
Baker defeated Miss Gem Roar-
ing of China 3-8, 7-5, 6-3 In a
final match.
TODAV'S OAMBI
C'hlcago at Ftttsburgh-
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at New York
Brooklyn at Beaton (N.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Chicago II, Pittsburgh 4.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
(Postponed, rain).
Philadelphia at New York.
(Postponed),
Brooklyn at Boeton.
(Postponed).
American League
Teams
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Washington
Cleveland .
Chicago .
Detroit .
Boston .
Philadelphia
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Boston at Washington (N.)
Detroit at St, Louis.
Cleveland at Chicago.
YEITEHDAY'I RESULTS
(Night Game)
Detroit 7, It. Luis 1.
(Night Game)
CWeaga if. Cleveland
Only games scheduled.
U.S.A. Takes 3-1 Lead
In Walker Cup Matches
The 44-year-old accountant fired
11 strikes in a row, but counted
only nine on his last roll for a
score of 299. Rommel's mark is
the 14th 299 score to be recorded
In a A.B.C. history.
And he's hounded for autographs
every time he makes a public
appearance.
"I love It here," says Ray. "I
would stay if I didn't have so
many interests in the States."
Jubilee Stakes
Field Still Very
Much In Doubt
BALTIMORE. Maryland May
12, (UP. The field for the Mav
26 running of the "Jubilee Stakes"
at Pimlico is still very much in
doubt. That's the race Pimlico of-
ficials hope to match the first
four horses of the Kentucky Der-
by and Preakness.
The only candidate Maryland
Jockey Club officials can count
on is/ "Count Turf," surprise
winner of the Kentucky Derby.
"Royal Mustang," which finished
second and "Rhue,'' which ran
third, apparently will pass up the
Jubilee. Pimlico authorities say
they have received no official
word, but it is reported Royal
Mustang-and Ruhe will run In the
Peabodv Memorial at Lincoln
Fields at Chicago on May 30.
The four Preakness entries for
the Jubilee 8takes will come from
a field of 14 probable starters in
'he Preakness. It will be run May
19.
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Pacific Side Hoop
Officials To Meet
Monday Afternoon
The Pacific Side Chapter of As-
sociation of Approved Basket-
ball Officials will meet at the
Balboa Armed Services Y.M.C.A.
Monday, at 7:30 p.m.
This meeting is called by Roger
Williams, president of the local
chapter, and request all mem-
bers listed In the 1950-51 Hand-
book to be present. Election of
officers for the 1951-52 will be
held.
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BIRKDALE, England, May 12
(UP). American golfers had It
yesterday when the Walker Cup
chips were down at Blrkdale,
England.
Halfway through the four
scotch foursome matches It look-
ed as If the British would spring
a major upset. They led in three
of the matches and had the
other one tied up at the luncheon
break.
Evidently tne English food
agreed with Captain Willie Tur-
nesa and la boys. They rallied
beautifully on the last 18 holes
to win two matches and halve
the other two.
Since a tie means one-half
Bint, the Americam new lead
ree points te one. Turnesa
and company need enly an even
break in the eight singles
matches today to retain the
historic Walker Cup which
symbolizes international su-
premacy in asnateur golf.
In yesterday's foursomes
played with each player taking
alternate shots for his team
Turnesa. who Is out of Elmsford,
New York, teamed with Sam Ur-
aetta, the national amateur
champ from Rochester. New
York, and Turnesa scored a 5r4
victory.
Willie and 8am were three
down at the end of 20 holes. They
pulled even on the 27th, then
won five straight boles to drub
Jim Bruen and John Morgans.
Dick Chapman of Pinehurst,
North Carolina, and Bob Knowle
of Brookllne, Mas sachusetts.
turned In the other U. 8. victory
Alex Kyle and Ian Caldwell had
them one down at the end of 18
The British golfers were hitting
the narrow fairwaysbut Chap-
man and Knowlas rallied for a
1-up win.
Frankie Stranahan of Tole-
do and Bill Campbell of Hunt-
ngton, West Virginia, halved
their snatch with Ronnie White
and Joe Car?. So did Charlie
Cae of Oklahoma City and Jim
McHale Junior of Philadelphia.
Both American teams led late
in the snatch but the British
golfers refused to crack.
Some 10,000 English fans cheer-
ed as their golfers resisted the
American pressure.
Stranahan and Campbell,
trailing by three strokes at noon,
rallied to go two-up at the 29th.
But the two British veterans
managed to save the match with
superior Iron play. ,
Cecil Swing and John Langiey
wiped out the one up lead Mc-
Hale and Coe had the 29th to
square things.
Even the most rabid English
rooters admitted the Yanks, who
wore brilliant yellow and green
sweaters, were superior. Even the
weather favored them.
Up until 48 hours ago, the
weather at Blrkdale had been
windy and chilly a definite ad-
vantage to the British who are
used to it. Yesterday it was warm
and only a light breeze swept the
course.
In today's eight singles match-
es...
Urzetta is paired with Sam Mc-
Cready. the former British ama- '
teur champ. Stranahan takes on
Joe Carr. Coe plays Ronnie
White. McHale meets John
Langiey. Campbell plays Cecil
Swings. Turnesa plays Alex Kyle.
Harold Paddock, Junior, of Cleve-
land plays Ian Caldwell and
Chapman plays John Morgan.
The annual National Brewery
Beer Mug matches will open at
Brazos Brook Country Club to-
morrow morning. May 13. The
Beer Mug is the golfing festivity
that originated back in, the dark
ages when Summit Hills was the
Miradores Oolf Club and Brazos
Brook was still a dream of the
Gatun Oolf Club. Thru the years
It has been an extremely popular
affair and always has all the Na-
tional Brewery's fans out "en
masse."

The .Cervecera Nacional per-
petual trophy how reposes at
Brazos Brook by virtue of their
victory in last year's matches.
However, the Summit Hills
Sweater Olrla fully expect to fol-
low up their triumph In the
Inter-Club with a repeat per-
formance in the Beer Mug.
Last year the National Brewery
individual trophies were won by
Jim Rlley and Jeff Spltznogle,
botii of Summit Hills. Jim won
the low gross trophy with a 145.
just one stroke ahead of Al
Saarlnen. Rlley was one stroke
behind Saarlnen and George n-
gelke after the first weeks play
at Summit when he carded a 71
to*their 70. At Braaos Brook,
however, long-hitting Jim added
only 74 blows to his total, while
Al was taking 76 and George En-
gelke soared into the 80s.
Jeff Spitanogte won the low
net award with a 133.
JOE
by
WILLIAMS
National Brewery Is awarding
two sets o flndlvldual trophies
this year one for men's low
gross and low net; the other for
women's low gross and low net.
Should make the gals come out
In hunches. All players, regard-
less of handicap, are urged to
come out for the fun May 13th
at Braaos Brook and May 20th
at Summit Hills.
INDIANAPOLIS. Oat here these days sports daffinesi cent-
n ground the set shot and the hot rod. The highest height of
boyhood ambition i to captain the Butler basketball team or win
the 500-mile automobile ree t the Id Speedway. In auother
generation it was different. Every kid for miles around wanted
to fight Jack DUIon.
An that's not hard to understand. Ernest Cutler Price, to give
ttm his square monicker, was one of the best the ring ever aw.
ound tor pound there couldn'i have been many who were ever
better. He was one of an endless parade of great fighters I got to
see as a youngster back home In Memphis when the stars stopped
over on their way to California for championships.
He was a handsome fellow of middleweight build with what
we now oall a orew haircut, fast on his feet and a double-barreled
p'in-her, aa Scotch-Irish farm product who had the looks and,
bearing of a college man. In later years I was to see a football
Saver, Doc Blanchard of Army, who resembled him remarkably,
aclally and physically.
Dillon never took much money out of the ring because In his
day, Urn early 1900s the pay Was short, and of what he took ha
saved little, there being a wide disparity between his resolution In
and out qf the ring. He died In squalor and for reasons not clear
the body was buried in Florida, though locals raised money to bring
it here.
Last time I saw him alive he was running a sandwich shop
which waa no more than a miserable hack on the road to the
Hialeah cace track- This was also his living quarters. Bob Smith,
who had won the Derby the year before with Cavalacade, and I
I hod visited with him for half an hour or so. As a fight manager
Smith had been a contemporary. It was a tragic and unwholesome
adventure. .
Pro Footboll Star
Pleads Not Guilty
To Murder Charge
LAS CRCB8, N. M May 12
(UPj Jerry Nuium. pro-foot-
ball star, pleaded not guilty
yesterday at the opening of his
preliminary hearing on a
charge that he murdered a
wajtres here early In 1949.
Nuzum ajuwkfield jtar with
ihe Pittsburgh Steeler, is ac-
cused of killing Ovida 'Crick-
it" Coogler, whose battered
body wa lound burled in the
sands near here than two years
go.
Witness W. A. Abernathy, a
rancher, said he saw the girl
and Nuzum together in the
early morning hours of March
31. the day she disappeared.
POR SALE IN W.
PACKAGE 8TORE8 AND BARS
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Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savirifs Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W. make loan* with guarantee! on first mortage*
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1-00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documenta, in 4 different eizee,.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
199 Central Ae. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Fren I St. at cerner
ef 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
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Q. R. De ROUX
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THE PIBST GIANT KHLKR
To give you an Idea of how Dillon stood professionally there
was talk of ending him against Jess WlUard for the heavyweight
championship, though the weight difference would have been fan-
tastic. Fellows like Billy McCarney. Marty Forklns and Billy Roche
said he would have won sure pop. And maybe he woi Jack Dcmpsey knocked htm out and ha wasn't much bigger.
Beating the.big guys wat one of the best and most spectacular
things Dillon did- Perhaps the greatest tight he ever turned In
was against Frank Moran, who had gone 30 rounds with Jack
Johwun. .wire stopped Jim Coffey and was fresh from i close,
bruising effort against Willard in old Madison Square Garden,
Tex Rlc'kard's first New York promotion, bv the way.
Moran could knock your brains out with a right hand and in
the third round he had Dillon on the floor at the result of a clean
hit but the little fellow got up and at the end the Pittsburgh heavy-
weight was badly cut' and bleeding all over like a seven-time loser
at the track, and that was the night the Press Row started calling
him the Giant Killer, the first time his expressive, If no too origin-
al, tag was ever hung on an American fighter.
One night Jim Corbett introduced Dillon to Bid Mercer, the
sports writer. In the old Friar's Club.
"This Is the fellow who made a bum of me."
Dillon, of course, was too young to have fought the man who
knocked out the mighty John L., but he had demolished Tom Oowl-
er, an Egllah heavyweight Corbett was touting as a world beater.
Dillon knocked Cowier out in the second round with one punch,
a left hook counter to the chin, much to corbett'a red-faced em-
barrassment as he sat at the ring side In company with a group
of pals from the theater.
TIE BID'S LAST FIGHT
Some of our greatest, fighters never held a title. Packey Mc-
Farland, for one. Dillon belonged to the uncrowned chamolon set,
too. One week he'd be fighting middle weights like Mike Gibbons,
the next llghtheavies like Battling Levinsky, then heavyweights like
Fireman Jim Flynn. He was clever enough to hold the flashy Gib-
bons even on points, powerful enough to stop Flynn In four. Take
my wo I for It. he Was an authentic great- '
Kay Bronson also fought out of this town and was better than
a green hand, though he lacked the matchless skills of the great
Dillon. As a welterweight he ranked with the topnotchers. His best
fights around her. were with McFarland and Wildcat Ferns. Fred-
die Welsh stopped him In the only fight he lost by a kavo.
Bronson retired in 1914 and came back six years later to fight
Jack Britton for the championship in a little Ohio resort town,
called Cedar Point. He had outpointed Britton 10 years before. It
was on the strength of this the rematch was made and the bally-
hoo, erected. I covered the fight. It was a sad affair.
Bronson was broke and this was a desperation move to make
a buck. He ran the thing himself, helped set up the tent in which
It was held, distributed advertising cards, sold tickets. Installed th.
ring. On the day of the fight a violent storm broke. And you know
what a storm can do to a resort town's business.
Only a few scattered hundred showed up. Bronson. out six
yean, was as bad as he figured to be. Britton simply toyed with
him. But Bronson. his promotion wrecked, his talents faded tried
with an earnest, heartsick futility. Dumb Dan Morgan, Button's
manager, made good the losses and staked him to $1000. The old-
timeis were great in more ways than one.
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fATVRDAY. MAY If. lHt
tm Camama American an iwderenpent daily newspaper
.1CE FIVE
Atlantic ^5o$ty
& 195, fa* 3>lpU* '" *7*
OR. AND MRS. MORRIS ENTERTAIN
Dr. and Mr. VeeUl Morris, of Gatan. entertalnee with a
dinner party at their residence last vMf M .*_ M
Their meets included Dr. ad Mrs. Claud Roddy, of Mo-
eW. CX"i. who are Ylsltln* Dr. and Mr. Morriswlttt
Mr. and Mr. Uland locum ^J^*^!"^*.?; n
R. mtin, Washington. D. C. Mr. EUaakalh gw*J. *"
WiUlaro A. VM elan. Jr.. Mr. id Mr. Wallaee Rwhlng, Mr.
aad Mm. Hunter Dart and Mr. Robert Oe. ,
? V#yajt Coffee
fwMn.IhiVall
Mrs. R. A. PuVall. who U lea>-
lni soon for a States vacation wat
complimented with a liver dol-
lar shower and morning coffee
liven by Mrs. John Brown t her
Margarita horn* yesterday.
The coffee table was decorated
with a cool ureen and white co-
lor scheme.
The friends who participated tn
the party were: Mrs. Earl Mui-
llns. Mrs. Bill Waldron. Mrs.
Richard Pennlngton. Mrs. Arthur
Corbett.Mrs. Erwln Ramsey. Mrs.
J. M. Reed. Mrs. M. L. McCuHougn.
Mrs. Henry Harts, Mrs. Louis Da-
mlaml. Mrs. L. I. MacFherson
and Mrs. A. R. Barber.
Rer. and Mrs. La Font
Leaving for States .______
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest La Font
and children, Jeanlne and Leland
of Oatun. are sailing Monday on
the Chlrlqul for New Orleans, for
nine-month furlough, after a
flvs-vear tour of duty In the mis-
sion field.
The whole family has partici-
pated In the activities of the com-
munity and Union Church, out-
side of their mission work and
will be missed by Atlantic Side
residents. . __
Rev. LaFont has a full schedule
of lectures, with pictures of Pan-
ama, to be given In the States.
Thev will report to Anderson, In-
diana, where they will meet Rev.
La Font's brother. Rev. and Mrs.
Frank La Font, who arrived In
New York on May 10. after being
itatloned In the Kenya Colony In
British East Africa for the past
five years.
Alter visiting their families In
California, they will attend the
Pacific Bible College In Portland.
Oregon, for the 1981-52 session.
Miss Pretto
Honored by Friend
Mrs. James Coffey entertained
a group of friends for canasta at
her Coco Solo residence. They
took this opportunity to present
Julieta Pretto a gift as a shower
present. _.
Miss Pretto will wed Mr. Tho-
mas Lara on May IS.
The girls who participated in
the gift were: Misses Rosarlo La-
ra. Muriel Jordan. Jllma Lara.
Jean Dough. Leneve Dough. Jean-
nie Lawson and Sarah Mizrachl.
Coco Solo Officers Wives
Luncheon
The members of the "Coco Solo
Oflcers' Wives Club held their
monthly meeting and luncheon
at the Officers Club yesterday
with Mrs. W. E. Sands and Mrs.
Rov Nlelson as hostesses.
Mrs. P. L. Balay, president, pre-
sided at the meeting and Intro-
duced the following new arrivals
on the station: Mrs. T O White.
Jr., Mrs. W. D. King. Mrs. W. W.
Bemls. Mr*. W A. Williams, Mrs.
I. D. Schrsder, Mrs. V. A.
Rohweltier. Mrs. I. M. Rowell.
Mrs. J. F. Crlder. Mrs. W. w.
Stevens. Mr*. F. B. Moore. Mrs.
J. E. Loner. Mrs. M.L. Ltlleboe,
Mrs. W. E. Simpson, Mrs. J. C.
Novak. Mr. J. D. Rives and Mrs.
j, j. Humes.
Slumber Party
Miss Barbara Egolf had a slum-
ber party at the home of her sis-
ter and brother-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Caleb Clement of Oatun
last night.
Her guests were: Misses Mar-
tha Graham, Coletta Bttebrita,
jeanlne LaFont, Robert Williams
and Ruth Daniels.
the Church of the Holy Family in
Margarita.
Beginning Sunflay the Sunday
Mases will be held at 7: SO and
9:90 a.m.
Registration for Camp Harriet
Morrow
Hegistratlon for the Brownie
and Qiri Scout Day Camp tn
Oatun may be made every after-
noon from Monday, May 14
through May II. from 1:00 to 5j00
p.m. at the Margarita Office. The
registration application must be
acompanled by a 3.00 deposit.
The parents, girls or headers
may bring In the applications.
Girl Scout Leaders Meeting
The Atlantic Side Brownie and
Girl Scout leaders will met/at 7:-
30 p.m. Wednesday. May It at the
Margarita office. At this time
they will discuss the Day Camps.
All leaders are. requested to at-
tend In order td take Information
back to their troops.
Hoepltal Note
Mrs. Henry Harti of Margarita
was admitted to colon Hospital
Thursday for an emergency op-
eration.
THE CHORUS LINE of the "CartrCan, Direct From The Folie Bergere," one of the between-
the-act entertainment feature of the melodrama, "Dirty Work At The Cross Roads," presented
Thuraaay at Comingsi Hall. Fifteenth Naval District by th Navy Officers Wives' Club. All
proceeds realised from the play are to be donated to charity. The chorus line la composed
of .left to right): "LeM" McOrall. "Lulu" Olson. "Flfl" Billings, "Tootsle" Torbett. "Dolly''
Kirk, "Oertte17 MeLernore, "Badle" Rezner and "Boots" SprlegeL The hoofing lieutenants and
the three-act melodrama wUl go on the boards again tonight._____________________________
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
WILLIS, Francis James. 51. of
Curundu Hts to ROWELL. -Teen
Francis, 33, of Cleveland. Ohio.
Births
QUI.NN.Mr. and Mrs Lnther J..
of Coco Solo, daughter, May 8.
Colon Hospital.
HARDING. Mr. and Mrs. Bf-
vester E.. of 8ilver City, daugh-
ter. May 9. Colon Ilosnltal.
BERMUDEZ. Mr. and Mrs. Is-
aac, of Pueblo Nuevo, daughter,
Mav 11, Oorgas Hospital.
CHAMORRO, Mr. anJ Mrs. Jo-
se, of Panama, daughter. May 11,
Gorgas Hospital.
LINDSAY. Mr. and Mrs. R.U..
of Panama, boy twins, May 11,
Oorgas Hospital.
ROMANCE. Mr. and Mrs. P. J..
of Curundu. son. May 11, Oorgas
Hospital.
LIONTI. Dr. and Mrs. J.N.. ol
Balboa, daughter. May 11. Oorgas
Hospital,
Family Sunday at the
Cristobal Union Church
Mother's Day Sunday will again
be observed as Family Sunday at
the Cristobal Union Church. Par-
ents are asked to attend Sunday
School with their children at
9:S0 am. At 10:00 a.m.. light re-
freshments will be served by the
children. The parents will have
an opportunity to visit with the
teacher. Corsages will be provid-
ed for the mother.
At 10:48 a.m., there will be the
morning worship service with
Don Smith. Jr., and Andrew
Bleaklev Jr., assisting. Each
child will receive a potted plant
following the service.
This is the third year that Mo-
ther's Day has been observed in
this manner. It is hoped that this
Sunday will be as successful as
the previous FamUy Sundays.
Spring Music Festival
The Spring Music Festival,
which was planned for last Wed-
nesday night at the Cristobal
High School will bs given Wed-
nesday. May 16. The tickets sold
for the proposed performance
will be honored at the door.
Mr. Orr Leaves for Vacation
Mrs. Earl C Orr and children,
Mary Olive and Earl, of Crlsto-
bsl saUed yesterdav for New
York where thev will Join Mr.
Orr. Mrs, Orr and the children
will spend the summer with re-
latives in New Jersev.
Mr. Orr was called to the
Stales because of the death of
his father In San Diego. Califor-
nia. He will return to the Isth-
mus on June 4. His mother, Mrs.
E. F. Orr wlH accompany her
daughter. Mrs. Russell Jones to
Panama later in June.
Maeees at Church
of the Holy Family
The First Holy Communion will
be held tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. at
Attending Balboa
R.O.T.C. Dance
Miss Sheila McNamee of Oa-
tun. Is the weekend guest of Mils
AlUon Hope of gamboa and at-
tended the R.O.T.C. Dance In
Balboa last evening.
Bachelor Dinner for
Mr. La Porta ,. .
Last evening a group of irlenfl
entertained with a stag dinner
party at the Cristobal Club for
Mr. Robert La Porta, whose wed-
ding to Miss Melba Florea takes
place this evening.
The honoree was confined to
stocks and driven in a t.uck to
his party. The friends who cele-
brated the occasion with him
were: Captain John Fahnestock,
TROPICAL
TODAY!
IIANIOM SilB KAMI!
,AVY IN SOUTH
ATLANTIC!
New Books
Deaths
RICHARDS Howard. Br.. 64. of
New Cristobal, May 8. Colon Hos-
pital.
Appropriations
Committee Official
To Visit Isthmus
George Harvey. Clerk of the
House Appropriations Commit-
tee, will arrive Monday on the
Panama liner Cristobal for a
four-day visit to the Canal
Zone.
Mr. Harvey Is making the trip
officially to acquaint himself
with the Canal and conditions
generally in the Canal Zone.
Plans are being made to afford
him ample opportunity to visit
the various Canal-Railroad Ins-
tallations.
Mr. Harvey plans to return to
New York on the same ship next
Friday.
BALLERINAS PROM THE NATIONAL SCHOOL BALLET
highlighted the celebration of the first anniversary of the
Fort Kobbe Service Club recently. Above are Mary Hebert,
who Interpreted Dellbes' Piaxlcatti, Marilyn Bevlngton, Ann
Stubblefield, 6hlrlev Van der DUs and Joyce Gardner. Cho-
pin's Valse Romantlque, and Karen Magnuson, who gave her
Interpretation of TschaikowskVs Swan Lake. Miss Van der
Dljs won much applause for her performance of the life span
Of a butterfly In her presentation of Krelsler's L'Ephemere.
Miss Rugh Fabrega was pianist for the performance. Ouests
were served a buffet supper prepared by Lt. Donald Du-
charme, assisted by 8FC. Theus, 8FC. Levern Brlndemore and
SFC. Robert W. Rayburne, of Fort Kobbe. M/Sgt. Ralph O.
Herbert and Mrs. Doris O CaldweU, of the Service Club staff,
were official host and hostess for the occasion.
(US Army Photo)
Dr. F. B. Relfkohl and Messrs.
Gaddls Wall, Walter Hunnlcutt,
W. H. Munyon, William Hughes,
Leonard Heltzke. Charles Smith,
Ma* Finley, Joseph White. John
Flores, George Flores, Frank Day,
Ruben Robertson. Leonard Mun-
yon. Floyd Robinson. C. D. Rob-
inson. Oeorgo Tully. Cyril de
Lapp. Paul Stewart, D- A. Wad-
dell, Henry de Rapp, R. Blllson,
Charles Green, waiter Peterson,
Harry Dowell. Herbert Peterson,
Ralph Dugan. Orady Hardlson,
Jim Hatcher. Rex Knight, A. B.
Cooper, W. R. Dunn and A. E. Sut-
ton.
Know What They Want
MEMPHIS. Tenn., May 12.
(UP.). When the Treadwell
High School Eagle quizzed stud-
ents about their ambition, sev-
eral girls said they wanted and
"MRS* degree."
Nursing Class All Men
CZ School Art Show
Is Touring Isthmus
More than 600 drawings, paint-
ings and special projects by boys
and girls in Canal Zone elemen-
tary schools are traveling around
the Isthmus.
Parents and friends will find
this exhibit lnteredstlng and in-
spiring.
The exhibit will show as fol-
lows:
Margarita School. May 14 to
17; Cristobal Elementary School,
May 18 to 23; Diablo Heights
School. May 23 to 25: Balboa Ele-
mentary School. May 28 to June
6.
The art exhibit at Balboa Ele-
mentary School will be open to.
the public Saturday morning,
June 2.
"The Paris We Love," edited
by Dore Ogrizck, is one of the
new books placed in circulation
during the past week by the
Panama Canal Library.
The book has decorative
maps, fine old prints and line
sketches to show you Paris, in
all Its facets, and Andre Mau-
rols, Jean Cocteau, Jules Ro-
malns and many other writers
as guides and narrators.
The complete list of new
books at the Library follows:
Life of Christ God so loved
the world. Goudge.
Genetics Genetics and the
races of man, Boyd.
Useful artAutomatic trans-
missions simplified, Purvis:
How to help your child In
school, Frank.
Fine Arts Symbols, signs
and signets, Lehner.
Biography & Travel . The
Paris We Love, Ogrlzek; In my
mind's eye, Marion.
Fiction Old Herbaceous.
Arkell; Stopover, Brink; They
came to Baghdad. Christie; Tuc
stories, Fitzgerald; The angry
mountain, Inpes; Fort Ever-
glades, Slaughter; A little night
music, Ward.
New editions and replace-
mentsTunnel from Calais, Di-
vine; Tender is the night,
ntzgerald; Salambo, Flaubert;
The days of the king, Frank;
Captain Blood, his odyssey. Sa-
batlni; Ruggles of Red Gap,
Wilson; Lover's alibi. Widdem-
er; The man nobody knows.
Barton: The life and teaching
of Jesus, Bosworth; My world
and welcome to It, thurber;
The aspirin age, 1919-1941,
Lelghton; Rio Grande to Cape
Horn, Beals; Such Interesting
people. Casey; Andrew Jackson,
Marquis. Sherman, fighting pro-
phet, Lewis; Jeb Stuart, Tho-
ma8on.
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padted tuitcaie. Sliding front shutter and hinged
easel bach give complete protection for travelling.
Ha lumlnou dial, non-breakable crystal. Every
minute count while you're on a trip and for the
right time all the time, be sure to take along the
dependable, attractive Travalarm. See it and the
other fine clock and watche by WetdoK at your
retailer' nowl
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. MAT 18. 1951
The More You Tell... The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum tor
15 words
3* each additional
word.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll Ar.
Poeoe I-25|
KIUSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque * l.awrsa
Panaaub
MORRISONS
N*. 4 r'eurin of July Ata.
raas. 2-S44I
BOTICA CARLTON
IS.Me McMadM Avt.
PlMBt >M COLON
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No It Waal 121* Itrrai
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" luri ru.au
No Hi; casual Ava. Calos
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Automobiles
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops, CORALITE
fell board and NATCOR
tore fronts.
EO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. .1-0140
I FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 98 rocket
Hydramotic convertible 1949, in
perfect condition. Mutt sacrifice.
Phone Balboo 2766 or Ponoma 3-
1025.
FOR SALE:1949 GMC Panel, holf
ton, perfect condition. Phone Bal-
boo 2766. Panema 3-1025.
FOR SALE:'41 Chevrolet Club,
motor just worked on new clutch,
transmission, leaving for States.
Balboa 3518.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
*? CUSHIONS, SLIP-COVERS and
RE-UPHOLSTERING) rail us or visit
our .how-room Custom bull tumi-
ture our speciality. See our Deco-
Mbr'a Fabrica. Free Eatirnatea. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Heres) J.
f. ale la Oisa No. 77 (Auto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4628.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
PIrsr S de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE: 194 7 Studeboker
Chompion, four-door sedan, black,
original owner. Ne wtires, $975.
Can be financed. Balboa 3243.
MISCELLANEOUS
De you hove Visaing problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
o. 20 JI A neon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
VENETIAN BLINDS: Mode to
to ordei repaired and refinished,
estimates given. COLON WOOD
SERVICE, Tel. 543-L, 2003 ,7th.
street, Colon, R. P.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot,, with 1000 meters of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
. .with twe bathrooms, two servants
, quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla ond Panama Golf Club.
Avollable for one year. Telephone
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottoges. Sonto Clora
Bex number 435, Bolboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.



FOR SALE:1941 Ford Pick-up, 5
speeds. Very good condition, $400.
00. Houte 142 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:Renault. Excellent con-
dition. Low mileage. Sacrifice ot
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 2-6312.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1950 De Luxe
4-door sedan. Owner driven 10.-
300 miles, seat covers, phone 2-
2321.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "98"
four door Sedon, fully equipped,
less hydramatic. 7,000 miles, plas-
tic seatc overs, undercoated, rea-
sonobly priced. Coll 86-3289.
MOTHERS, protect baby's feet in the
best and safest woy you can!
JUMPING JACK Shoes ore rec-
commended by specialists. Sold ex-
clusively at BABYLANDIA. No.
"3rd Street. ("If It's for the Baby,
we nove it").
FOR SALE:35 mm photo eplorger,
Biautyrest mattress, spring ond
six legs, work bench, 4 shelf day
locker, dropes, cushions, cushiort
covers, lamp shade, lomp and
b .shade, misc. items. Qtrs. 253-B.
Nbrook A. F. Base.
FOR SALE: Two Ext. telephone,
$5.00, 1 -4 H. P. motor, 25 cycle,
$7.00. 8-D wooden desk, $15.00.
718-C. Cocoli.
CANAL ZONE
RESIDENTS
Last Chance to Order
ELECTR0LUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency i
Orders will be talcen only un-
til May 24th. We'll continue
the service.
Price Remains at $85.00
to Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGENCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2386 2-3285
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury Convert-
ible, 6 passenger coupe, spotless
yellow paint with matching leath-
er interior, loaded with extras, in-
cluding radio, o'drive, fog lights
WSW and electrically operated
windows ond front seat adjust-
ment. Leaving for States ond must
sell. Will finonce, house 5437-G
Endicott St. Diablo Hgts. Bendixen.
FOR SALE:1951 Kaiser De Luxe,
four door sedan. Hydramatic, ra-
dio. Will consider older car in
trode. Tel. 6-217 or house 156-
B, Gamboa.
FOR SALE:Diningroom set, Royal
typewriter with toble, 9 tube RCA
console radio with records, new 3-
speed pick-up, tools, 600 x 16
auto tires, household furnishings.
Margarita 8225-A.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet, three
bedroom;, i spacious yard, view
overlooking golf club at La
Carrasquilla rental $100.00 Mi-
guel Hive. Phone 3-2145.
FOR RENT :-Foster's furnished cdf-
tages, between Santo Clot ond
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3142 Panarra
or see caretaker.
Gromlich'i Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Retired Americons: For only $35.00
we lease house ond land on Trans-
Isthmion Highway, 20 minutes
from city, with river, light run-
ning water. Inquire personally II,
36th St. near Lux Theater, Por-
terson's.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA APAP.T-
MINTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
Ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061. 10th St.. New Crlstobol.
Phone 1386, Coln.
Retired Americons: For only $35.00
we lease house and land on Trans-
Isthmion Highwoy, 20 minutes
from city, with river, light, run-
ning woter. Inquire personally I I.
36th St. near Lux Theater, Par-
terson's.
FOR RENT:Ideal vocation spot ir
the hills of Vermont, all modem
convenience, furnished oportmenl
suitobl for four people, no ob-
jection to children rent $70 per
month can inquire locolly Hatch 2-
1855 on write Ed. Mooney, Pitts-
ford Vermont.
X

THE DAMAGE IN THE HEART OF JUCOAPA Is shown In this Air Force photo, talcen from
an Albrook V-47 Thursday morning as it flew over the earthquake- town 20 miles north of
tn 8alvadorian c2ast.- J.ni .2* the tower m lhe church was leveled completely, the other
badly.damaged. Buried In the wreckage were several oeonle who were praying in the church.
Also buried were six sacred images which had been brought to Jucuapa by the Archbishop
of San Salvador. Easily seen from the air, members of the Canal Zone mercy mission salo:
were the powdered remains of crumbled adobe houses.
FOR SALE1949 Ford Custom Se-
dan. Excellent condition. Duty
Paid. $1,200.00.. Tel. 3-0728.
FOR SALE:Late '49 Ford Con-
vertible. W^W tire, overdrive,
radio, drive indicator, spotlight,
plastic seat covers and other ac-
cessories. Low mileage. New car
appearance. Tel. 3-2402, Cris-
tobal.
Freighter Slips
From Singapore
Before Deadline
SINOAPORE, May 12 (UP) _
The freighter Nancy Moller beat
the deadline today and sailed for
Communist China with 3,700 tons
of rubber.
J* The vessel steamed out with
Jier $2.800.000 cargo before the
Malayan Government formally
"received the British Govern-
*nerit's request to revoke all ex-
Tiort licenses for .shipments of
libber to the Reds.
Malayan rubber producers con-
tinue to criticize the embargo as
Ineffective and unfair.
European planters said the ban
*eJrr British colonial exports would
do little to cut down Red sup-
filles. since their production is
ess than half of the world's rub-
iXhey also said the embargo
would be ineffective unless In-
donesia and Slam cut off their
supplies to China.
FOR SALE:1940 Nash Ambassa-
dor, 4 door. Good condition, $400.
00, $200.00 down. Phone 2-
1774.
FOR SALE:1941 Pontiac (81 Club
Coupe in excellent condition.
$200.00 overhaul work recently
completed, tires excellent, radio
ond heater. Price $500.00. 5444-
L, Endicott St. Diablo.
Bids will be received in the office of
the General Manager of the Com-
missary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.,
until 3:00 p. m., Tuesday, Moy
29, 1951. for furnishing 620,000
pounds, or alternatively 310,000
pounds of Fine Granulated Sugar.
Forms of proposal, with full parti-
culars, moy be obtained from the
office of the Supply & Service Di-
rector ot Brlboa Heights, or from
the office of the General Manager,
Commissary Division, Mt. Hope, C.
FOR RENT:Cool bright apartment,
furnished-unfurnished. Only one
bedroom. References required. Co-
lon phones I19I-J or 599-L.
FOR RENT:Apartment in private
home. Also furnished room with
private bath and privte entronce.
89 Peru Ave.
Villiams Santa Clara Beach Cottoges
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera
tion Rockgos ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE
Household
:OR SALE:1 single bed. complete,
I library table, I refrigerator, 4
Venetian blinds for 12 family
house, I HP. 25 Cycle motor,
0426 Apt. A, Frangipani St.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventiloted
2 bedroom oparfment, each with
bath, living-diningrpom, servant's
quarters, hot woter installation.
Good locotion, Bella Visto. No. 32,
44th Street. Telephone 3-0815.
Wanted Position
Leaving Cristobal, Want position
fo my excellent cook. Highest re-
commendations. Cleonlmess. Hon-
esty. Phone Cristobol 3-1849.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Smoll piono, reasonable
priced. Phone 4-567.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140, Panomi. *
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent.
43rd Street East ond Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:For six weeks, beauti-
ful apartment in Bella Vis.
Completely furnished, dishes, sil-
ver ond linen. Coll 3-2026. after
5 p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
:OR SALE:Coldspot Refrigerator,
9 cu. ft., with across-the-top
freezer chest. 25 cycle; Apex
washing machine, 25 cycle; maple
dinette set; Davenport; metal
porch or lown chairs; child's table
ond chairs; ond misc. items. After
4:30 p. m. or Saturday and Sun-
day. 603-B Ancon Blvd.
KOREA GIs
FIGHTING
FOR SALE:Automatic refrigerator,
Defroster and 25 cycle Apex wash-
ing machine, one yeor old. Cell
call Navy 3569 Qtrs. 40-A Far-
fon.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire. 7 Ft. 25
Cycle 3 year old unit, $75.00.
Phone Cristobal 3-2480.
FOR SALE:Dodge Kinswoy Custom
4-door sedan, duty paid, leather
trim, radio, only 16,000 miles.
Phone Colon 594-L or Cristobol
2476.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELERY
IJoinin* International Hotel
MAYBE YOU'VE GOT ME WRONG.
I'm entirely willing to toke less
than the morket price for those
two well-ploced lots ot Los Cum-
bres. In a growing area, with all
utilities availoble. ond purchased
below the prevailing prices, what
could be o better investment? I
leove for the Stotes ot the end of
this month, so get in touch with
me now at 2-3649 during the
day or at 2-1293 offer office
hours. P. J. Runkel.
WANTED:Couples for the Couples
Class, Bolboo Heights Baptist
Church, meeting at 9:30 Sundoy
morning for Christian fellowship.
WANTED: Cor model 194 For
1942, Ford or Mercury. Coll tele-
phone 2-1107. Panomi.
FOR SALE
Roais & Motors
FOR SALE:Motor boot twenty foot,
overhouled. equipped for fishing,
new condition, sacrifice. Inquire
house 752-C. Bolboa Road.
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Phase 2-3JM
LOTS FOR SALI
Down Payment SIM
Monihl. Payaaesl Sir.
\* LOTS on Paved Street from II 00
00. atetar
1 Por Rant. Heavy Cojnlpeaeat to
round levelln
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AGENTS
ROBERT WILC0X CO.
Coln
Dealers Panam City
GE0. F. NOVEY
In Boqcete
DAVIS & REMON
WANTED:British auxiliory yacht
of 72-feet sailing very shortly for
Austrolia viq the Marquesas Is-
lands, Tahiti and mony other In-
teresting islands en route to Samoa.
Fiji and Brisbane, ot any of
which crewman may debark by
prior arrongement. The owner, a
retired Navy Captain and ex-
perienced ocean yachtsman, re-
quires two more men to com-
plete all-amoteur crew on share-
expense bosis. Applicants must be
shore running expenses of not
more than ten dollars per week
each, and t3) either able to sa-
tisfy immigration authorities on
debarkation, or arrange own re-
turn passoge. An able cook who
will turn out three simple meols
o day in lieu of financial shore
will be considered. Only those
keen on the odventure ond ready
to pull weight with the others
need apply. Applicants should
come on board Yacht PALMOSA
at Bolboa Yacht Club for an in-
terview where further particulars
cn be supplied Total cruise ap-
proximately 3 V2 months.
FOR RENT:Furnished rooms with
porch, kitchen if desired. Apply
over Chose Bank corner 1 I th. and
Bohvor. Only entronce Bolivar
House 10.123, phone 233, Colon.
FOR RENT:Room, furnished, priv-
ate entronce, garoge. 4th of July
Ave. No. 49. Tel. 2-1107.
LESSONS
Leorn poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in bollroom doncing.
Leove nome, address, phone at
desk Bolboa YMCA or' Box 106,
Bolboa. Harnett & Dunn.
You need to leorn Spanish by Indi-
viduo! conversational system; from
6 p. m. Phone 3-2979.
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FOR SALE:Wesfinghouse refriger-
ator, 9 foot, 25 cycle, oil porce-
lain, kitchen dry locker for 12
family kitchen. Plastic drapes for
12 family apartment, miscella-
neous articles. 0775-L, Williom-
son Place, Balboa. -
FOR SALE:25 cycle, Coldspot Re-
frigerator, 9 cu. ft. $50.00. 20
Venetian Blinds. $25.00. Call 2-
2281 758-B Bornebey St., Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE:Norge porcelain refri-
gerator; maple bedroom 'set, pia-
no, mople chair, 2 maple tables,
porch glider, 2 metal chairs, Ve-
netian blinds, beds, tools, girl's
bicycle, kitchen cupboard and
breakfast set with 4 chairs. Cris-
tobol 3-1739.
FOR SALE:25 cycle 1947 Frigi-
daire. bargain. Owner leaving. Call
Cristobal 3-1562.
WANTED :_Smoll house furnished
for one person. PMIa Visto or Lo
Cresto. preferred. Call Mr. Mc
Donald El Panama Hotel
Help Wanted
WANTED: Housekeeper, experi-
TcV' 0^ S0l0fV- Apply house
U582-B. Ancon, C. 2.
-
Fists Fly As Reds
Arrive In Vienna
VIENNA. May 12 (UP) __
Flying fists marked the arrival
of 300 8ovlet-zone Austrian
communists here today when a
crowd of socialists mec them at
the railway station.
For nearly an hour the So-
cialists maintained a siege
round the station, not allowing
hf. .R,ed* -here for Whitsun
activities to leave.
Finally the visitors rushed out
and were bombarded with Jeer
25 Die, 650 Injured
As Tornado Sweeps
Through East Bengal
CALCUTTA, May 12 (UP).
A tornado today ripped through
East Bengal, Pakistn, lifting
men, cattle and houses in its
path and crashing them to the
ground hundreds of yards away.
At least 25 persons were killed
and 850 injured, 50 milking cows
were killed and 3,500 buildings
smashed to splinters.
Villagers told of the terrifying
spectacle of the tornado picking
up human beings and carrying
them several hundred yards.
Emergency hospitals have been
set up in the fields to care for
the injured and bewildered vic-
tims.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Wesfinghouse
oil porcelain refrigerator, five Ve-
netian blinds, porch screens', two
6x9 Chinese grass rugs, other
items. Dixon I4I7-D. Carr St.
Bolboa. phone 2-2719.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Westing-
house refrigerator, 25 cycle, 2
1 -2 yr. \>\d. Excellent condition.
New Cristobol 94-B.
Its Hot, Too
Over In Calcutta
i, ?nIUTTA' May 12 (UP> K
is no degrees in the blinding sun
here today, and rickshaw driv-
ers are walking slowly.
One of them dropped dead In
nis tracks when he tried to trot
yesterday.
This is the ninth day of an al-
most unprecedented heat wave.
The temperature has been o\er
100 degrees all that time, and the
humidity has been, unbearably
high.
At least three people have died
of sunstroke, while a tiger cub
nd 12 birds died of heat exhaus-
ion in the zoo.
St. Peter's Church,
La Boca, Lists
Whitsun Services
In observance of Pentecost or
Whitsunday tomorrow, marking
the birthday of the Christian
Church, holy communion will be
celebrated at St. Peter's Church,
La Boca 6 a.m., with sung
eucharlst following 7 a.m.
Morning prayer and church
school are scheduled for 10 a.m.,
officiant and preacher at the
services for the day being the
Rev. Lemuel B, Shirley, priest In
charge.
Evensong at 7:30 will take form
of a thanksgiving service com-
memorating the 22nd anniver-
sary of 8t. Peter's Church Mu-
tual Benefit Society. Members
are especially invited to attend
the service, also a social to be
held in the parish hall 7:30 Mon-
day evening. Admission to the
social will be by contribution
cards.
KING-QUEEN STANDINGS
Present standings in the con-
test for king of the May Fete be-
ing sponsored in aid of the
church are: William Myrle, Jr.,
3.450 votes; Lloyd Bell, 3.283,
Marcus Grannum Jr.. 2,751; Er-
nesto Robertson 2,672; Victor
Smith. Jr., 2,215; Christopher
Greaves. Jr., 774.
Order of the candidates for
queen is: Bette Davis. 4.079; Lin-
neth Hinds. 3.510; Marola Bu-
sheH. 3.285; Donzella Clunls 2,-
717; Lorna Mitchell, 1,464: Sybil
Beat, 1,255. '
(Continued from Page 1)
the most difficult circum-
stances."
Release of the President's
message, paraphrased to
protect- the military code,
apparently was aimed at an-
swering charges that Mac-
Arthur was not kept thor-
oughly informed of official
thinking In Washington.
MacArthur's spokesman. Ma].
Gen. Courtney Whitney, said in
New York yesterday that Mr.
Truman's letter was the first
Intimation MacArthur had that
Washington wanted him to hold
In Korea. Prior to that. Whit-
ney said, the general thought
the Administration might want
him to evacuate his forces for
international political" rea-
sons.
For himself, Marshall told the
Senators he did not, as Mac-
Arthur charged, overrule a Joint
Chiefs of Staff recommendation
against giving the Chinese Com-
munists Formosa and a UN seat.
He said the Defense Department
did rule that the.two- issues
might be discussed between De-
fense and State" Department of-
ficials in connection with any
final Korean peace settlement.
But Marshall said the Chiefs
never advised aealnst that and
only Insisted that the issues
"have no part in the terms" of
any cease-fire order.
Under questioning bv Sen.
William F. Knowland, R.. Cal..
Marshall reiterated that the
United States should never yield
to Chinese Red demands for
Formosa, and a UN seat. He add-
ed that he understands the State
Department shares his views.
Marshall has said the Govern -
ment. has made a firm decision
on. this score and that Com-
munist China will not be given
her demands.
8en. Bourke B. Hickerlooper.
R., la., asked Marshall whether
he still would favor MacArthur's
dismissal If he had It to do over
again. After protesting that the
Question was not a "fair" One.
Marsha said he would and that
the Administration realized
there would be a national
clamor.
He said Administration of-
ficials thought that "after the
height of the emotional wave
had passed, there would be
some sober thinking." 8en. Brlen
McMahon. D Conn., assured
him that such thinking Is now
"going on."
Knowland, reading from Joint
Chiefs of staff documents,
brought out that MacArthur's
original instructions for repell-
ing the Communist aggression
in Korea forbade him from using
his air and naval power above
the 38thparallel.
Marshall noted that these or-
ders were rescinded four days
later and had been issued by the
Joint Chiefs to avoid "any fur-
ther involvements" while they
"caught their breath" and fig-
ured out what the beat move
was.
Then he disclosed that UN
forces were ordered to fight
hack if Russian soldiers ap-
peared on the Korean bat-
tlefield, but were not to re-
gard such Soviet Interven-
tion Is meaning that the
United States was at war
with Russia.
As for the possibility of Rus-
sia starting a world war in Asia.
Marshall said heavy Chinese
Communist losses In Korea al-
ready have put a serious strain
on the Slno-Russlan Mutual De-
fense Pact. Any more pressure
o nthe Redsby following Mac-
n the Redsbv following Mac-
Russia to Intervene, he said.
By contrast. Marshall said,
Russia Is under no such strain
In Western Europe. She knows
she Is In no Immediate danger
of losing territory or a satellite
there, he said.
A RADIO JEEP begins to inch 1U way down the two-rail
ramp from an Albrook Field C-47 to the airfield at San Sal-
vww /atch,nJc are members of the Army Signal team
which wi.ll operate it In relief efforts for Lhe earthquake area!
Mr.?.^ par ot H16 lar shipment of relief supplies
sent in four planes from Albrook Thursday morning
______,__________________________(Caribbean Command photo)
Thousands Turn Out
To Serve In German
Border Police Force
BONN, May 12 (UP). More
than 12.000 men have volunteer-
ed to serve In the gray-green
uniform of the West German
border police since recruiting
opened four weeks ago, according
to the Interior Ministry.
But the 10,000 man frontier
force the only federal police
outfit In the Bonn republic is
far from full.
Only about one-third of the
would-be policemen met the age
and physical requirements.
The volunteers are also top
heavy with rank. About 4,000 of
them held either police or army
rank as generals, colonels or
majors, and expect tq retain
their status.
The border police, under the
command of ex-army general
Anton Grasser, is not a customs
unit or controller of border traf-
fic.
It Is a regular federal police
organization whose operations
Mustangs To Bomb*
Ice Jam In Yukon
FAIRBANKS, Alaska, May 12
(UP Five Twin- Mustangs ,
took off from here at dawn this)
morning to bomb an ice Jam h
the Yukon River that threatens
to back up flood waters Into Forb
Yukon.
/
Attempts to bomb ice jams at
Kuskokwim failed yesterday, but
previous such bombing attempts
have been effective.
Two Hour Strike Makes
Rome Pedestrian City ,
. ROME. May 12. (UP) Ro-
mans were stranded a/oot today
by a two-hour strike called by.
two out of the three city's trans-
port unions demanding wage In*
creases.
will be confined to points with-
in 30 kilometers of West Ger
man's 2,625 miles of borders.
It Is assumed most of the bor-
der police will be placed around
the potentially dangerous fron-
tier of the Russian zone.
Hungary Rations Food
VIENNA. May 12. (UP) The
Hungarian Government has
started rationing rice, some ve-
getables and shaving soap. _
What are Ihey talking about?
No. they're not Hiking about lhe Sales. They're discussing
Burrougk'i Gin. People who know jurt how good really
good gin \ alwava try for Burrough'a because it ia triple
distilled. It ia this extra refuwmeol that makes Burrougn'i
Gin mil. smooth and clean to the palate.
Delirious taken plain,. Burrough'a Gin always kerp its
place" in even the moat delicate cocktails.
INJ0YI0 IINCI IS10
BURROUGHS W
IT IS TRIPLE / DISTILLED f
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Balboa, Canal Zone.
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panajneClfc.R. da P.
""in* bis classic ot EnfUah llUratura. "TheMerchant of Ventee
the Barn o Avon, make a pithy comment, the burden of which Is
Sat^niccess la the ladder by which man rise" ad that, having
at&nedlheirgoal he majority immediately forget the process
StM?aton d kick the ladder from beneath them. Looklnover
therSuStS a* regards the amployeoa-jatcutiTes hook-up In the
Canal Zone, It would appear to the intelligent observer that Shak-
espeare's little ambit applies to present-day tactics u tellingly as
It did to U.e past. From the lofty pinnacle o a OS-12 and upward
aalary. it no doubt become difficult to understand *e financial
situation and aspirations of an employe earning lew than sw
per month. However, unless the high-salaried executive has suf-
fered a total low of memory in the process, the financial problems
attendant upon bla rung-by-rung climb to the ratobow-hued
Heights should be sufficient to Incite in him a more sympathetic
attitude toward the problem of his iess-favored confrere.
uch comprehenaloa appear to be the exception that proves
th rule Insolar as the arbiters of the Zone employe's financial
destiny is concerned. Even the payment of Income tax does not
seriously curtail the buying capacity of a high-bracket salary as
regards the necessities of every day living. While it may mean the
aschewment of certain luxuriM. an appreciable balance neverthe-
1ms remata to cover so many quarts of milk, so many pounds of
good red meat, adequate clothing, and a substantial and com-
fortable rout-tree. Por that matter, even frequent medical and
dental attention 1 not-going to caue the high-salaried executive
to puS in hi belt any tlihter.
Unfortunately this Is not true of the low-salaried employee.
Nowadav an employee supporting a family on 14800 per annum
and less can barely manage to ttiake both ends meet and a lot
of them don't. Lamb at $1.23 per pound may not appear with fre-
quency on the table of the high-salaried man. At present prices
nowever, even beef is a luxury to the low-salaried employe, and
many a wife works nowadays to fill in the chinks that a work-
woman's salary sitmply will not cover any longer.
In view of all this and bearing in mind his own struggle In the
lean-r year, one would think that the high-salaried executive
woulu entertain a more charitable attitude toward the-setting of
prices and fee covering necessities of livelihood, but such is not
the case. Apparently the executive considers that the low-salaried
employe' standard of living is lower (or should be), and that his
wife and children should not cultivate the tastes or covet the lux-
uries enjoyed by the executive. Bo, safely encased In the shell-
like confine of his comfortable existence, he sets a rental rate u-
pon desirable quarters that places them beyond the reach of the
low-alarled employ; decree that medical, dental, educational,
and similar service will be furnished the employM's family at
figures that make such vital enrices virtual luxuries; and fixe
Commissary price at a level that place plain hamburger within
the epicurean range. ,
Many of u are of the opinion that it would be no great lou
to the Zone generally if the commissaries were forced to cease op-
eration provided the market wa thrown open to ome healthy
competition uch u the A. it P. tores. Plggly-Wlggly. etc. Possibly
we would thus be able to ave enough to pay an increased tran-
portatloa coat when taking vacations, and the Income tax would
cease to be the bug-bear that It is now. ..,_ t
Also, w would like to be able to live in ome of those all-tile
and concrete quarters now only within the reach of the G6-12'.
Some ot us are getting mighty tired of spending our leisure hours
washing thinly-mixed paint in an attempt to maintain normal
cleanliness. Frankly, we would like to see the hlgh-aalarled ex-
ecutive Initiate democracy in practice as well as In theory by plac-
ing come of their own privileges within the reach of the OB-4'i
and 9*8 and $4800 per annum employew. Maybe if there was a trifle
more practical democracy and a trifle less sanctified privilege put
into feet on the Zone, there would be considerably less turn-over
due to dlssatlsfaction among the employe.
In short, the price set for commodities and services furnished
on the Zone are within the reach of those authorised to do such
price-setting, but are at the tu time beyond the reach of the
average-salaried individual. If the prevent upward trend In prices
continues it won't be long before the Zone will become a aort of
Valhalla occupied only by thoe who can afford uch high living.
1 e. the high-aalarled executives. Maybe this Is what they are work-
ing toward anyway, in which case more power to them
Yours In "the puriult of happiness"!
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Germans Take
Labor Into
Board Room
y PETEREDtON ,
WASHINGTON, (NRA).-^alf-
way toatween U. S. capitalism and
rtUah Socialism, a new econo-
mic system It emerging in West
Germany. The German name for
It is "mitbestlmmung." Trans-
lated. It means, "co-determlna-
tlon." What It involve 1 equal
representation of union labor
and management on the boards
of directors of German corpora-
tion.
Although U. S. newspapers are
Just beginning to show Interest
In co-determlnatlon, State De-
partment and Marshall Plan of-
ficials dealing with Germany
have been aware of It and have
watched it closely. Mor recently,
repreMntatlves o U..8. labor
unions and management groups
have begun to tudy It. '
CHnto* Golden, retired CIO
StMlwMfcers' official and a
former Marshall Plan labor
advtaer In Europe, has Jost e-
tumed from an examination ef
this new industrial manage-
ment machinery In Germany.
He declares that the equal
share In reaeesenUttan by
German worker carries with It
an equal responsibility for im-
provement in all aspeis of in-
dustry.
National Association of Manu-
facturers is also concerned over
the possible spread of co-deter-
mlnatlon from Germany to the
rest of the world. Eldrldge Hay-
nes, publisher of "Modem In-
dustry" and president of the Na-
tional Management Council, is
now In Germany for N. A. M. His
mission is to study co-determi-
natlon,-find the reasons behind
it, what it's trying to achieve and
if possible help find wh"t other
solutions might be possible.
Immediate Importance of co-
determlnatlon to the United
States Is that this Is more or less
what the United Labor Policy
Committee Is trying to obtain in
the American defense program,
instead of seeking co-determlna-
tlon at the Individual corpora-
tion management level, however,
the U. S. union officials want it
In government. They want to be
co-managers of the Anterlcan
rearmament program with De-
fense Mobillzer C. E. Wilson. Up
to now, U. S. unions have made
no move for an equal share in
the responsibilities of Industrial
management.
In defenic of co-determlna-
tlon, Germans my It is an an-
swer te the threat of Com-
munism. It Is also claimed te
be a better answer te Com-
munism and Socialism than
nationalization of industry, M
under the Labor government of
England. It would still leave
some vestiges of private enter-
prise systems.
Students of the history of the
co-determlnatlon movement say
It Is not new. It first appeared
under the Weimar Republic of
Germany after World War I. At
that time, some German Indus-
tries put one or two represen-
tatives of the unions on their
boards of directors. But they
were concerned only with work-
ing conditions. On larger ques-
tions of sales policy or financial
management, the union p,nn
called. Hitler also killed off the
unions themselves.
After World War II Oerman
labor union movements were
reorganized. In 1948, the British,
who controlled the Ruhr in-
dustrial area, granted the unions
equal representation with man-
agement on the boards of di-
rectors of the 24 new steel com-
panies they were trying to form
outside the old cartels. Each
board was given a neutral chair-
man. Gradually this type of or-
ganization was extended to coal.
When the AUtad High Com-
mission for Western Germany
was farmed last year, it passed
a Isw authorising reorganiza-
tion ef these temporary com-
panies. Then the fun began.
German labor unions Insisted
that their co-determlnatlon
rights be extended te the new
management. In January they
threatened a strike if they
didn't get it.
German Chancellor Adenauer
astumed the role of mediator and
avoided the strike. But a new
law, authorizing co-determina-
tion, was Introduced In the
Bundestag the west German
parliament at Bonn.
This law was passed on first
reading and referred to commit-
tee. Here It has met opposition
and several effort to get the bill
out of committee have failed. A
showdown will come soon.
The U. S. government has kept
Its hands out of the fight, be-
lieving that this is a problem the
Germans must solve for them-
selves. American industrialists
agree that any interference bv
U. 8. High Commissioner John J.
McCloy would be regarded as
American imperialism.
U. 8. businessmen as Indi-
viduals, however, tried to per-
suade the Germans to go slow
on this new economic policy. As
Leo Teplow of N. A. M. head-
quarters in New York explains,
they are convinced that the sys-
tem won't work. They say it will
discourage American investment
In German enterprises.
It Sure Gets Around
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
EISENHOWER PORTRAIT
PARI8. In Europe these day, you do not
hear much love or admiration wasted on Amer-
ica or Americans. Gratitude is an unknown in-
ternational commodity. Goodwill between na-
tions is fleeting at best. A great power can
only hope to inspire among its allies a sort of
solid respect and confidence a sense that this
nation's leadership is reliable and sagacious,
mingled inevitably with envy and irritation.
These were the most common European feel-
ings about the United States as short a time ago
as 1949. Then the Amsrican reputation was still
Kllded with the afterglow of the brilliant period
of American policy making that ended with the
1948 election. Now, however, the American stock
stands low. Of course great things have also
been done in these last two yaers. The wisdom
of the American insistence on Western rearma-
ment is gloomily admitted; the huge American
contribution Is grudgingly acknowledged. The
American decision to Intervene In Korea at the
time provoked a deep surge of relief and ad-
miration on this side of the Atlantic.
But the burden of rearmament is annoyingly
heavy. It has been forgotten here, as It is whol-
ly forgotten at home, that the bold Korean in-
tervention saved the Western world from poli-
tical disintegration. Our failures and follies
abroad, the recurring paroxysms of squalor In
American Internal politics, have transformed the
earlier feelings of respect and confidence into
.suspicion and alarm. The reliance on the lead-
ership of the United States, that had been built
uo before 1948, has been transmuted into dismay
that circumstances unavoidably impose our lead-
ership upon the West.
All this Is the necessary background against
which to pose the figure of one of the few
Americans who still commands genuine, almost
unlimited confidence and respect among our
allies General of the Army Dwlght D. Elsen-
hower.
It 111 curious but rewarding experience to
visit the Eisenhower headquarters at the rather
dreary old Hotel Astoria. You want an answer
to the question: "Why Is this man so univer-
sally liked and trusted?" The place Itself con-
trasts violently with the vast establishment over
which Elsenhower presided in wartime, with the
Dalchl building in Tokyo in the days when it
was impregnated with the atmosphere of dlety,
and. Indeed with any other known higher head-
ouarters m high a this. The Hotel Astoria Is
shabby, busy, workmanlike and unpretentious.
Elsenhower' own office, although comfortable,
would hardly atlsfy a Brigadier General In the
Pentagon.
A for the man hlmaelf, the incredible diffi-
culty of his alignment and Its Incalculable Im-
portance for the future of the free world seems
to have affected him not at all. The familiar
Elsenhower Jacket sits rather more smartly, for
he Is a bit thinner hard work and heavy
problems are evidently his substitutes for the
exercise he ha no time to take. But the young-
old face, the easy smile, the easy, homely speech,
are still the same.
His talk leaves a lingering Impression that he
had not altogether realized, at first, how dlf-
ierent organizing the peacetime defenses of an
uneasy coalition would prove to be, from leading
the wartime armies of a grand alliance. He
does not exude any facile optimism, at any rate.
But perhaps this Impression 1 In part mis-
leading, for Gen. Elsenhower is equally certain-
ly the opposite of pessimistic. His mode of dis-
cussion in itself Is curious, for he has the habit,
fo med during years of high command of leav-
ing detail to his staff. He paints issues broad-
ly, dealing In generalities that seem at first to
be perilously close to cliches. But then the cen-
tral fact comes through, that these near cliches
are really deep, fundamental truths, a little
tritely put bv a man who has no MacArthurlan
interest in style, but no less significant for all
that.
You grasp another fact, that nothing Is more
necessary for a leader In these weary, dlslllu-
slonec". times, than to believe deeply In the deep,
fundamental truths, and to govern his conduct
accordingly. Too many leaders of the free world
secretly think that the cause of freedom Is dead,
privately assume that free men cannot Join to
defend their freedom, are inwardly committed
to the game of the devil-take-the-hlndmost.
The free world is in danger of the fate of the
congregation whose priest does not believe In
God. But Elsenhower is a leader who believes.
This strong belief combines with energy, wise
hopefulness and a strong grasp of the realities
of his problems. And this would seem to be the
secret of Dwlght D. Eisenhower, a General who
make no pretense of mllitarv panache, a public
man who makes no proud pan tie of omnis-
cience, but a taader whom almost all will follow
ladlv. Perhaps the best way to describe his
approach to the vast task of the defense of the
free world Is in three brief sentences:
"It must be done. It can be done. It will be
We in America can be thankful that we have
uch a man to represent us in this weak ana
troubled Europe. ,M ,. .__.
(Copyrlcht. 1*51, New Yerk Herald Tribune Inc.)
Korean War
By Bruce Biossit

While the Communists' spaing offensive in
Korea rages on, some new ideas are emerging
from Washington and other western capitals on
the future of that conflict.
The first of these, recorded without fanfare
bv a number of reliable correspondents. U that
the United States and its UN allies are actually
seeking some kind of mllitarv stalemate on the
peninsula. No high official has come right out
and Mid so. but that is reported to be the gen-
eral trend of their thinking.
It is the piesent policy of this government
and of the UN to prosecute a limited war in
Korea. Though the fact Is not advertised, that
decision almost Inevitably mnna achievement of
a limited objective. Complete victory, the liber-
ation of all Korea, these things seem beyond
the raach of a war fought partly under wraps.
Thus the unofficial but solid talk of stalemate
is a realistic mcMure of what we might really
accomplish in Korea, barring, of course, a wnoi-
lv unexpected fold-up of the enemy.
Both our political and our military leaders
make It clear they hope the basis for a stale-
mate and a political settlement may be at-
tained If UN forces can successfully crush the
current Red offensive before It wins really Im-
portant goals. Obviously the whole picture
would be altered If we failed to he'd.
There is still another side, and here s where
more new ideas enter. The U. 8. snd virtually
all Its active partners In Kores sre agreed that
any real air offensive by the Communists would
mean retaliatory bombardment of Red air bases
in Manchuria. Whether a further taking or or
wrap would follow isn't settled, but the bomb-
ing decision in itself is a significant step. Par-
irnlarW since it Is now reported that Britain, a
hold-out. is swinging to support of the Plan.
Consequently, the Korean war Is sure to re-
main a limited conflict only if the existing
ruana tules" for Red and UN air forces con-
tinue in effect. No one can know what might
follow if both sides unleashed wider air war
A Washington reporter for the Christian sci-
ence Monitor tosses still another notion into the
hopper. He savs the element of time Is begin-
ning to be a factor in the minds of some offi-
cials concerned with Korea.
What he means is that these men believe we
can't stand bv and permit- the Communists to
mount offensive after offensive without even-
tually striking back hard. To blunt endless ene-
my attacks costs too much In men and materiel.
The view of these men. says the Monitor cor-
respondent, U that the current Red offensive
ought to be the last we should try to absorb
without dealing stiff offensive blows of our men.
If R falls, then anv signs of a new build-up
later should be taken as the signal for a big UN
move. %
Thus far this Uet has not been widely talked
of In WMhlneton. And there Is no Indication
whether the United States has tried to convince
other UN countries that we cannot Indefinitely
maintain a defensive posture in the face of re-
peated asMults. It U the account o a single
reporter, who happens to be extremely reliable.
But It mav be an important straw in the wind.
If this idea should gain broad currency in
western capitals, then the present Red attacks
and their aftermath mav provide the really cri-
tical test of our limited war policy. In the event
a failure of their offensive does not convince
the Communists they should seek a stalemate
the U. 8. and Its allies might well conclude that
the limited war plan Is unworkable and should
be abandoned for broader alms.
^he WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW PEAItSON
Drew Pearson says: Carttrs of two American military
heroes, Generals Douglas MacArthur and George Mc-
Lellan, similar; Voters rejected McClellan when he
ran for President against Lincoln.
WASHINGTONOf the long list of American military heroes
s'nee 1776, the two whose lives are most Identical are Oen.
Douglas MacArthur and Civil War Gen. Oeorg B. McOlellan.
Both had famous father, both ranked high In their classes at
West Point, both were official observers of Russian warj, both
rcwed with the President of the United States and both had the
President pay them the honor of making long trips to confer
with them near the field of battle.
Unlike MacArthur, McClellan never differed with Lincoln In
public. Also, McClellan was criticized by Lincoln for being oeerly
cautious and refusing to take the offensive, whereas Truman's
criticism of MacArthur Is over his aggressiveness.
However, both McClellan and MacArthur were candidates, for
the Presidency, and in both cases the real conflict was one ot
civilian government versus military rule.
McClellan, son of a famous surgeon and grandson of alRe-
volutlonary War general, graduated from West Point second in his
class which compares with MacArthur's record average ot more
than 90. McClellan served as an observer of Russian tactics dur-
ing the Crimean War In 1855, while MacArthur accompanied- his
father, Lt. Gen. Arthur MacArthur, who was an observer of, the
Russo-Japanese War in 1905.
McClellan left the army to become chief engineer of the 1111.'
r.ols Central Railroad, returning via the Ohio National Ouard
after Jumping to the rank of major general.
It was in the summer of 1881 that McClellan, barely past 30,
was given command of the demoralized Union forces when- re-
treating almost Into Washington. A few months later Lincoln,
John Hay and Secretary of State Seward walked to General Mc-
Clellan s house In Washington for a conference and were spubbed
by him. ,
Five months passed, and as the public became Impatient with
the length of the war (as the public is today with the length of
the Korean war) Lincoln, In March "1882, relieved McClellan a
commander-In-chlef but retained him as commander of the Army
of the Potomac.
LINCOLN BIDED HIS TIME
Continuing to thumb hi nose at Washington, McClellan tele-
graphed Secretary of War Stanton on June 28: "If I save this
army now I tell you plainly that I owe no thanks to you or any
other person In Washington. You have done your best to sacrifice
this army."
No ordinary subordinate would have dared insult the Seere-
lury of War and get away with lt. However, Lincoln took ltfor
the time being. Just as Truman for some time took MacArthur's
many public statements going over the President's head on for-
eign policy.
Lincoln even took a carriage drive out to see McClellan at
his headquarters on the James River, at which time McClellan
handed him a letter caustically criticizing the political and mil-
itary policy ot the Lincoln administration.
It was shortly after this visit, however, in the summer of
1862, that Lincoln abruptly relieved McClellan even of his com-
mand of the Army of the Potomac, only to reinstate him later
in the same summer.
"Pope is licked and McClellan has the diarrhoea," Lincoln
wrote at that Jlme Aug. 31, 1862. "What shall I do. The bottom
Is out of the tub. The bottom is out of the tub."
Yet two days later Lincoln called on McClellan personally
and asked him a a special favor to resume command.
McClellan at that time was riding the crest of the wa\/-\ was
deluged with mall not unlike MacArthur's today asking him to
take over the Government and save the nation. He did an ex-
t client job of reorganizing Union forces, but rowed constantly
with Washington over failure to get supplies, Just as MacArthur
demanded more reinforcements in Korea. After many protests
McClellan, then at Harpers Ferry, refused to move until he got
more supplies, and, to try to patch matters up, Lincoln took
another long trip to visit him In the field. Later McClellan's oon-
btant nagging got on Lincoln's nerves, for he sent McClellan
a caustic telegram.
"I have Just received your dispatch about sore tongued and
fatigued horses," Lincoln wired. "Will you pardon me for asking
what the horses of your army have done since the Battle of
Antietam that fatigue anything?"
McClellan's final dismissal also came late at night. Just as
did MacArthur's. His army had moved across the Potomac when,
around midnight Nov. 7, 1862, a message arrived from Washing-
ton. McClellan opened the message and passed it to Oeneral
Burnslde with the comment: "Well, Bunwlde, you are tl com-
mand the army."
POLITICAL DEFEAT
The war still had more than two years to go. and McClellan,
reduced to civilian life, entered politics. In August 1864, he was
unanimously nominated Democratic candidate for President which
forced Lincoln, an astute politician, to overrule his party leaders
and pick Andrew Johnson, a Democrat, as his vice-presidential
running mate.
The country was tired of war, Just as today. The Union army
had won no victories, and the conflict had seesawed baek and
forth not far from the Mason-Dlxon line, somewhat as the
Korean war has see-sawed across the 38th parallel.
The Democrats, therefore, were confident of victory. How-
ever, Sherman's and Sheridan's victories in the South turned th
tide, and McClellan got only 21 electoral votes against Lin-
coln's 212.
NOTEMcClellan's views on Secretary of State Seward might
also be compared with MacArthur's reported views on Secreter?
of State Acheson. Writing to his wife in October 1861. McClellan
said: "I can't tell you how disgusted I am becoming with these
wretched politicians. ... I think Seward is the meanest of them
all. He has done more than any other one man to bring all th!
misery upon the country. .. The President Is nothing more than
a well-meaning baboon.''
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TXBKY
8ATURDAY, MAT 11, 1951
THE OUTLAW
Lutheran
RAOEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"Tta* Church ( the Lutheran Hour''
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
St* Balbo* Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clase a.m..
Worthip service 10:1S a.m., "Coma Thou
With Us and We will Do Thte Good." A
friendly welcome awalta all visitors Pot-
luck 'upper second Sunday each month
Vm.. ggun* night fourth Sunday
10 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
""y through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
UMARITA LUTHERAN SERVIC1
Margarita HoapiUl
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bcrnthal. Pastor.
J Cordial Welcome To All
Methodist
* XHE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Mlritnet Rev. Q. Herbert Moon
0 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
:a Men'a Meeting.
T03 o.m. evening Pray a and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
Tth Street and Melndei Avenue,
Coln. R
Rare. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Sarrieta at 8:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.; Sunday School for ill agen at I
jjjondajr 7:30 Dm. Weekly Prayer
KBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver aty. CZ.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
JSf^. ?*^v.lc., "< *: PJO-.
undsy School for all ages at 1:30 p.m
"*dy 7:30 p.m., Prayer MeeUng.
^m^mmf i ^
Salvation Army
Panama dry. Calla 1 do rebrero
""? t 11 m. and 7 JO p.m. (Mal-
ar Wllaan); Sunday School at 3 pro.
p.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO D.m Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
A. CMon. lath Street
f"^8* ',.....Ua.m.*7:S0pjn.
Sunday School at ........... 3:00 pm
Coln, 3rd Street
Service at ..... n ,m. ;;jo .,
Churches or the many faiths in rhe Canal Zone, ana* the
terminal cities af Panama anal Calan. Republic of Panama
tend welcome at all times to man and women af the armed
services, and fe civilian neifhbori, friends and stranger!.
At public service, the Panama American lists below, by
deneminefieni, notices af hours af worship and other regular ac-
tivities.
Listings af larger denominotions ata in alphabetical order,
which is rotated from tima to tima. Denominations having only
ana ar two congregations ara lilted indar "Other Churches And
Service." A special listing ii included for services at Army potts.
Air 'area bases and Naval stations.
Miniaran, church secretorios and chaplains ara asked ta in-
form the news desk by Wednesdey noon at tha latest af any
change far the earning Saturday'! church gaga.
Weekday Meases. Tuesday and Friday
:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas 6:00 ajn.
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confession* Saturday 7 to 8 o.m.
CHURCH Or THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Mass .............. 8:00 am
Catechism Class ........... 10:00 a.m.
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11:00 am
Benediction ............... 7:00 p.m.
UK.si HAP I is l CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.Z
827 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
Tour Church away from ho___
with a welcome lust as friendly"
William a. Beeby. Pasta*
Sunday School............. :30 a.m.
Morning Worship .......... io:5 a.m.
Baptist Training Onion .... 0:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 p.m.
W.M.S Bible Study
[tvtP y******]........ 1:30 o.m
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month) .. 7:30 p.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal. C.Z.
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Pastor
"Your Invitation To Worship-
Bible School ............... 8:45 a.m.
Worship ................... H:oo a.m.
Training Union ............' 5:30 p.m.
Worship .................... g:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thure.) ... 7:30 pm.
Catholic
Service at
Silver .aty
"vice at .............., 1:jo p.m.
Sunday School at...........J:J0 p.m.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Sida
Cabo Verde. Panam City. No. 1 J. A
ef^Sf^i. ."0** CM No. 2 Jamaica
Maty Hall (Sabbath Services only);
AdolDhus Lawes. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry:
?l0*.n,,J0' c- D- Abraham; G.mboa. A
A. Brlszle. and Spanl.h City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
' ,, Atlantic Side
Coln Third Street, Joseph Bryp; Crl.
Ipbal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
hank: Cristobal Spanish Church. B J..
ursant) '*" "T*"*, "**' **rvlc *'
Sabbath aecioal one ianurcn Saturday
:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 am. Sunday
(Listed below are the Catholic Churches
n the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Coln whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Coln, and num-
erous parish churches in both cltlee, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregation are orimarlly Span-
ish-speaklng.)
PARASO C.Z. (Lodge Hall)
Sunday Mass .............. 6:15 a.m.
Catechism Class Sunday .. 10:30 am
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. CZ.
Sunday Mass ............... 9 00 s.m
Holy Day Mass ............. g:go a.m.
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Curando, CJS.
Sunday Mass ............... 8:00 a jn.
Catechism Clam Thursday .. 3:30 p.m.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
__ Rio Abajo, Panama
Sunday Mam .............. 6:30 a.m
Holy Day Mam ............ 7:30 a.m.
Ion Sunday........ 7:00 pm.
Benediction Sunday
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
rirst Church of Christ, Scientist. Ancon
580 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 pm
Sunday School 8:30 .a.m.
tint Church of Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7.30 p.m
Sunday School 8:30 am
Christian Science Society, (lambe*
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First & Third Wed
oesdsy 7 J0 p.m.
Sunday School 10:15.
SATURDAYS:
7V !;C!ldr"'n,' Confirmation Clam.
'JO pm. Compline and Meditation.
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
... Sundays:
3:45 am Church School.
-O a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 am. Holy Cuchariat and Sermon
Tuesdays-
n.v?0.!.,-.H.o,'' Communion (Aleo Holy
oay and Saints Days.)
i.no Wedneaday*:
7.00 pm Evening Prayer.
3:00 pm. St Vlncant'a Guild
,,. Thuradaya:
730 pm. Choir Rehearsal.
Church af St Man Tha Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacob.
. .. Sundaya:
6:45 am. Morning Prayer.
35 S- 50lv icharlst and Sermon.
3.00 p.m. Church School.
6:oo pm. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7.-00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
ys and Saint Days.)
rS 111: Evening Prayer, Fridays
a:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincents Guild
Holy Communion st 10:45 am on the
cao p.m. Solemn Evensong.
SLChr*^,?.0""0
the Rev. Antonio Ochoa
7:30 am. Choral'Eucharist
">*? m. Church School.
J-00 p.m. .Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holy Day B.C. 7:00
ajgk
Wednesday and Holy Day* 8 JO a.m.
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of every month.)
PUNNO HOW TH AIR FOKC6
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MMTACHE
FRKi BI.ES AHD BIS ntlENI
Make It Good
By nlaTmnit BLOfitaTB
Da
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. 7M-X. La
gf, Ro*CI- Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
nit kin director.
Services on Friday. 7 30 p m,
J?J,t? 'J?""* o' Jewish schvlces
under Posta, Baaas and Stations.)
iCo,y,*,0*l Ko1 Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 38th Street. Bella Vista.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld.
Services on Friday. 8 pm.
Union Churches
Where all Protestaau cuvaerale with
sully In saoealUls, likens In nan-
essential and charity In all thing
THE ATLANTIC SIDI
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
amrsery.
8:00 Young People's Meeting
Harn
The Rev. J. William L Graham. Putar
I Phone 5-355.
i V.J'M Brodw on HOK: HP5K
nd HON.
8^5 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell. Pastor
Phone 3-14*8.
8:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship aervice and Church-time
nursery.
8 JO Youth Fellowship.
TOE PACIFIC SIDI
albos
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-1488. Ofc. Phone 2-3238
8:30 Church School Free ous service.
10 JO Worship aervice and Church-time
nursery
10:30 Youth Congregations
(:00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship.
8:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:10 Service "Cantered On Song."
Caaall
Bniia .Road and St. Thomas Ave.
8:0* am. Sunday School. Free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocoli.
tlaaaasay
All services In Gsmboa Civic Canter.
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray, Minister.
Phone 8-130.
t:oo Sunday School.
7:30 Worship earvlee.
Mtre Miguel
:30 Church School.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa, C.Z.
Sunday Masaas: 8:00. 8:00. 8:00, 10:00
nd 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: 5:00 o.m
SACRED HEART CHAPEL, Anean, C.Z
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-6343
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 7:30 It :30 a.m
Dally Masa: 6:00 a.m.
Holyday Mum: 8:00. 1:30 .m and
12:10 p.m
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m
Confessions: Thursdays before the 1st.
Frldsy. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 pm.: 7.-00
to 8:00 pm.
Cathechiam Class: Grade School Child
ren: Friday 3:13 p in.
Study Club High School Student*
Wedneaday 6:30 p.in
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses.
every 2nd and 4th Thursday 7:30 p.m
Episcopal
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal, 4th and G St
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan, CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. 8 and 10:30 am
Weekday Mass: 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School after Ihe 8 o'clock Maw
Miraculous Medal Novena services.
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8 am.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 p.m
Munclav 5 and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays, Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 am
Weekday Masses. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 a m.
Holiday Mass 1:00 a.m.
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass 7:00 am.
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to 7:00 o.m.
CHURCH OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
(Vlncentlan Fathers)
"K" Street Panama City
Masses. Sunday 6 a.m. (high masa); *
8:30 a.m ISunday school conducted by
Maryknotl Sisters, after the second Maaa:
Weekdays 6 a.m.: Holldav 6 and 8:30
a.m.
Confessions. Saturday. 3:30 to 6 p.m
at 7 p.m
Evening Devotions. Rossry each day
at 7 pm.; Miraculous Medal Novena at
7 p.m. Friday: convert classes 7:30 o m
Mondsy and Thursday
Catheclam Class 10:45 to 11:45 a.m
Sunday
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mas 6:00 a.m.
MS Divine Worship.
:S0 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
I'Ht
UNITARIAN
SOCIETi
10 JO a.m.
JWB Armed
Force Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
Vour Invitation
to liberal
-Melon
Baptist
MAttONAI. SSAITIfel CHLKCHES
."'.* B*pti?t- l*r5' Meeung 5:30
m. Divine Service. :30 am. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 pm. and Servin
lugper at both Service
g of The Lord
Sunday School
eS^'ilt^p-m1^8-'1-^
aaE3LM<,FCh'-CJ,i"' Cx- vine
piao^ 11 00 am Sunday School at
Gsunooe. CZ.. Divine Service, at 11M
"npm:S' Wm Sun<1" ^
COCO SLITO PLAYSHED
Paitor. Rev Wm. J. Finn. CM.
Sunday Mass ............... 7:45 am
Holy Day Mass............ 6:00 am.
Sundsy School ............ 8:45 a.m.
Services Thursday nights .. 7:45 om
Confession before Mass
CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY .
MsrgariU. C.Z.
Rev William J. Finn. CM.
............................8:15
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln, loth and Broadway
Pastor, Rev. J. Rsymon Mschate. CM
Assistant. Rev. George Browne, CM
Sunday Masses .....5:45 A 8:00 am
Weekly Masses ...... 5:45 A 6:30 a.m.
First Frldsy aluaaa .. 1:45 A 8:00 a.m.
Baptisms Sunday ........... 4:00 pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena service every
Wedneaday at 6:15 and 7 no m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Friday
7:15 p.m.
Confession- Saturday: 4 to 5: 7 to 8
ojn
Sunday School. 3*00 pm.
Instruction for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 p.m
Sunday. 8 JO am.Church School with
classes for all Ages
10:45 a.m.Regulas Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Uve With-
out It." Special Music by the Junior
Choir.
00 p.m.Youth Fellowship Subject
for comlderstion: "The Captain of The
Came.'' Installation of Newly Selected
Officer
ANCN, CZ
_THE CATHEDRAL OF SI LUKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
rhe Very Rev Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
*:30 a m. Cathedral School.
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p.mEvening Prayer and Sermon
_ CRISTOBAL. R.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookaon, Pastoi
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 8:30 am.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am
(H.C first Sunday in the month.)
Young People's Vesper Service 4:30
o.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8 JO pm.
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 am.
A House of .Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church ef St. Aadrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School :30 am.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H.C first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
st 6:30 p.m.
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship for all
oeople
COROZAL
Ooed Shepherd
The Ven. A F. Nightengale
7:30 am. Every Friday: Morning Pray-
(H.C lt FTlday.)
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church: Rav. DA. Osbornr
10:30 a.m 2nd. and 4th Sundays Holy
Communion A Sermon.
10:30 am. 1st. and 3rd Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer A address.
3:00 pm Sunday School.
5:00 and 6-00 p.m. Youth Organizations
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer and address
2:00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Every
tth Sunday.
7:30 p.m. Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
ciety.
7:30 p.m. 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman' Auxiliary.
Gsmboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday Ii p.m.
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
Rav. Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a.m.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.m.Holy Baptism.
7:30 p m.Vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays,
i a.m.. Wednesdays and Fridays a.m.:
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 pm. Monday. *
p.m. Tuesday; Vesper nightly at 7. ex
cept Saturday Complin* 7 JO p.m.
MAKOARITA
St Margaret' Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M A. Cookaon
Sunday School t am Evening Prayet
t:80 ii in
PALO SECO
Church af Tha Holy Comforter
The Ven A. F. Nightengale
Every Mondap 8 JO am. Holy Com-
munion.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
FORT AMADORrM"U'"
Sunday School........,........ ai<
rol.TcLA'Y................*
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ..
..^SI"}6! Worship...........
FORTKOBBE
Sunday School........... ,
Morning Worship ...........
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................
Morning Worship ............... i0;5
YoutliGroup ..".........., on
Servicemen's Hour.............. 700
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ........... 10*5
HOTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... g:on
FORT CLAYTON0*5""'
Dally Maaa............
Sunday Mas* ............!."!
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sundsy Mas................
COROZAL CHAPEL ......
Sunday Maaa..............
FORTKOBBE ..............""
Daily Masa ..................
Sunday Masses ....rv,,.. *:6o A
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Maaa .............
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN"
Sunday Ma"............... |<*a
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ............ g30
Sunday Masses ........'..7:45 A 8:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday.............
fort clayton "
fortkSbbe.................
Thursday..........,,.,......
JWB. Balboa, C.Z.
Friday.......................
ATLANTIC SIDE
FORT DAVIS r",mUn'
Episcopal Holy Communion ....
Sunday School................. 30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School .............
Morning Worship.........
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION'.
Sunday School ...............
afornlng Worship .............
TORT DAVIS C*,hU
Sunday Mass .................
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas* ..............
COCO SOLO
Sunday .Has. ......*...........,
FORT GULICK
Tuesday........................ 7:00
T
_ Rio Abale
** om
RJ. Sunday School
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
S"1""^ ,*' ") I
Rav. Paul C Bell Paator
Every Sunday
'fchpol............ 8-45 am
-*r*iem ........ 1045 am
cf"........... 8:00 pm
ling Sarvlce ------ 7oopm
**Jd 7-00 pm every Monda,
Mtomttk Prayer Service ... 7:(m every
atlnay evening.
VINCENTS CHURCH
Silver City. CZ.
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis, C M.
Sunday Masse .. 5:45 and 00 am
Weekday Mass ........... 6 00 a.m
Holy Day Mas a .. I JO and 8:30 a m.
Sunday School.......... 11*0 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 pm
Baptism Sunday .......... 440pm
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 5:80: 7 00
to 8:00 pm.
Instructions los adult Tuesdays Frt-
day- 7 30 D.n
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs. CM
Sunday Maaaes 7D* and 830 am
Weekday Maesa. Wednesday etc 6 00
em.
. 8:45 A 6:30 a m
Novena service
Holy Day _
Miraculous Medal
rueaday 7:00 p.m-
S?"*1 H#,r1 Novrne service. Fridays
t'w p m
Confesslnn Saturday 00 01
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Oatun (near Locks)
i, J: "*"*. "'v ,,oho Tunselty CM.
Sunday Macs 6 45 am.
PARASO
Rev D. A Osbome
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
8:30 am Sunday School.
5:30 pm Evening Prsver 2nd and 4th
Sundays
Mondsy. 7:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wedneaday: 6:30 p.m. Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Osbome A Rev C A Crag-well
11:00 am Holy Communion and Ser
mon In. and 3rd Sunday
11*0 a.m Homing Prayei end edd-
re' 2nd end 4th Sunday.
3 00 p.m Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 pm Evening Prsver and address
end. and 4th Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F Nightengale. B D M BE
nd The Rev Rltr Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
4 00 am Holy Communion 840 am
7:00 o m Evensong snd Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH Y-TUB-SEA
Coln. R d* P
(Opposite Hotel Washington 1
The Rev Mslnert J Peterson
S T.B Rector
SUNDAYS. ^^
6 a.m Holy Communion
am. Choral Eucharist ana Sermon
I0 3O am Church School
7J8 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS.
6am Holy Communion
7:30 pm Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 o,m Adult Confirmation Claa
rHURSDAYS:
* p.m. Prayer Guild
(FRIDAYS:
* p m Children's Eucharist
IJ6 p.m. Choir Practico.
A_
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectura and Dl-
cussiorvs 8:00 p.m.
Church ot Jeans Christ ol Latter Day
Saint (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harlnnd Dilbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3*02
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ago* .... 100 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m.
Preaching and Communion___7:00 om
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wedneaday 7:00 p.m.
Ladle.' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 p.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristo**)
SUNDAYS:
Wo meet in the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse.
Homing Worship 10:45 am
Visitors welcome
Ladie Blhle Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 416 or Ft Gullck 30*
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chsplsln William H. Blalr
Sunday School.................
Morning Worship...............
Young People's Service .........
Evening Worship ...............
Prayer Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice, Wedneaday at
7:00 pm and Saturday 8JO am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at /JO a.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament ol Unction (Healing Ser-
vice! First Sunday of each month at
7:30 n.m
team Ballbeta Christian Charrb
_ Panam. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D. D Bishop
offlclantlng.
Morning Worship at ....... I*u
Holy Communion at........ IX ero
E*'1*! Worship at..... 11:80 am
Bible Reading at ......... 3:00 pm
Divine Service et ........ 740 p.m
5;mo" ' ............. HOdis
Holv Communion at ..... |SJD*
Baloaa-Aniaslor atoa* USO Crab
_ "ss-Demsalnatu
Veapor Service at 6:14 p.m. Suosttya.


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Todo los das i las 8:30
de la maana
Hablan los Astros
A earo de "Antinea".
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PANAMA, R. r, ABADO, MATO 12, 1951
En grandes
CINCO CENTESIMOS
en
grupos sern puestos
libertad los presos polticos
Ya lo han sido
todos los del
Interior del pas
Han restablecido los ser-
vicios de Correos y
Telgrafos
Todos los detenidos po-
lticos en el interior de
la Repblica ser npues-
toB en libertad inmedia-
tamente y en Panam, se-
rn libertados los presos
de la misma condicin en
grandes grupos, segn
anunci' esta maana el
doctor Miguel ngel Or-
donez, Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia.
Solamente quedarn de-
tenidos aquellos que es-
tn indiciados por delitos
comunes, los que sern
puestos a rdenes de las
autoridades judiciales co-
rrespondientes.
Todos los servicios de
correos y telgrafos estn
funcionando ya normal-
mente, Ib mismo que el
servicio en general del ae-
ropuerto de Tocumen.
1 Ministro Ordez
...,.,. ,.j__i- . Atentamente presentamos a
manifesto que Lft*. I 4 nuestro saludo y le augu-
retornado a la normali- r" nuestro saludo y le au-
guramos una brillante actuacin
SE RENE EL GABINETE. En el Palacio de Relaciones Exteriores se reuna ayer el Presi-
dente Arosemena con sa Conseje de Gabinete, para considerar los asuntos mis argentes.
La separacin de
Francisco Daz
solicitada
dad.
La Federacin de Damas de
la Asociacin Catlica de Pana-
m ha enviado la siguiente
carta de saludo al Ministro de
Educacin, Prof. Ricardo Ber-
mdez.
Panam, Mayo 12 de 1951.
Sr. Prof. Ricardo Bermdez
Ministro de Educacin Nacional
E.S.D.
Sr. Ministro:
Violenta manifestacin anti-
americana realiza en Tehern
muchedumbre de 50.000 almas
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
AYER MAS 0E
28,100
en el elevado cargo que desem-
pea.
Consideramos que con la nue-
va era que se inicia, ha despun-
tado una aurora de progreso pa-
ra la Patria, y particularmente
para la educacin nacional que
es una de las fuerte bases de
nuestra nacionalidad. Por lo
tanto, ya que se trata de recti-
ficaciones, solicitamos a d. que
atienda el clamor de nn pueblo
PMa la Pagina .Coi z>
En cualquier momento
ser lanzado un nuevo
ataque de los rojos
Se espera que enven unos quinientos mil hombres
en este su segundo gran empuje
TOKIO, mayo 13. (UP).
La invasin comunista de Co-
rea ae encuentra lista para ser
lanzada "en cualquier momen-
to". Se espera que los> comu-
nistas lancen unos 500,000 hom-
bres contra lu Naciones .Uni-
das en un intento supremo de
destruir sus fuerzas o sacar-
las de Corea.
El So. Ejercito se encuentra
listo para hacerle frente al ata-
que. Los grandes caones de
los aliados te encuentran con-
centrados detrs de barricadas
de alambre de pas, sacos de
arena y otras trincheras, a todo
lo largo del frente de cien mi-
llas en Corea y las tropas se
encuentran confiadas.
Los aliados se encuentran en
un adesventaja de dos a uno,
pero se muestran confiados de
que matarn diez soldados co-
munistas por cada soldados a-
liado.
Los aliados lograron detener
la primera fase de la ofensi-
va de primavera comunista ha-
ce dos semanas, despus de ha-
berle causado a stos 76,000 ba-
jas. Es posible que loa comu-
nistas desaten su esperada o-
enslva area en unin con el
asalto terrestre.
A fin de hacerle frente a es-
ta amenaza, los aliados han a-
doptado medidas adicionales de
defensa en las gases areas de
avanzada y en el Cuartel del
So. Ejrcito.
Se han erigido barricadas de
bolsas de arena, las tropas que
manejan los caones antiareos
estn alertas, y se han insta-
lado cartelones explicando las
seales areas y fotografas de
los aviones comunistas.
Otra cortina de humo ha es-
condido la concen racin co-
munista al sureste de Munsan y
ras* a la Pat.na . Coi II
TEHERAN, mayo 12. Una muchedumbre de unas 60
mil personas, instigadas por los
comunistas, realiz anoche una
manifestacin viole ntamente
antl-amerlcana y exigi el "pro-
cesamiento Inmediato" del Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur como
criminal en Corea.
Los vocJ/MsyKi manifestan-
te* demandar* tambin la ex-
pulsion de Irn de los aseso-
rae militares norteamericanos.
Ultima Hora
1 Consejo Municipal
de Panam, en sesin ce-
lebrada esta maana de-
sign al seor Digenes
Alberto Pino, como Teso-
rero Municipal.
El seor Pino se encar-
g inmediatamente de su
cargo, y al momento de
entrar en prensa este dia-
rio, era muy felicitado
por los concejales y ami-
gos polticos y persona-
les que organizaron un
agasajo en el Jardn Bal-
boa.
"Vengo sin odio
ni rencores", dice
el Alcalde Navarro
El doctor Alberto Navarro, al
tomar posesin de la Alcalda
de Panam, hizo a la prensa
las siguientes declaraciones:
"Vengo a ocupar nuevamen-
te el cargo de Alcalde, para
el cual fui elegido por el pue-
blo panameo.
"Quiero manifestar de la ma-
nera ms sincera que vengo sin
odios ni rencores, y dispuesto
a desarrollar una fecunda la-
bor de beneficio social.
"Asimismo, deseo declarar que
nd har destituciones en ma-
sa, pero si tendr en cuenta
para ocupar cargos de impor-
tancia a todos los Jvenes que
constituyeron el Comit Pro-
Autonomia Municipal, quienes
gallardamente me acompaaron
cuando fui despojado injusta-
mente del cargo para el cual
ful elegido por el pueblo pa-
nameo.
"Como dije antes, pienso des-
arrollar una gran labor, y pa-
ra ello me rodear del personal
capacitado, y proceder a nom-
brar en los cargos de Corre-
gidores de Barrio a aquellas
personas que por sus cualida-
des personales considere que
estn capacitadas para actuar
en beneficio de las clases hu-
mildes y todos los asociados".
El seor don Agustn Mndez
Aponte ha sido nombrado Se-
cretarlo de la Alcalda, en re-
emplazo del seor Jos M. So-
to, quien se encuentra deteni-
do por los sucesos de ayer.
La Caja de Ahorros restableci
hoy sus operaciones normalmente
.*~*!?JZ?j tA~t,l0ltttttti%?' y' **I*'* "a. en nn movimiento normal,
cuando muchos depositante, urgidos por cuatro das de acumulacin de trabajo, se presen?
taran a las ventanillas de la Caja a efectuar sos depsitos corrientes y a hacer retiros par-
cales ae sus depsitos.
A las once de la maana de hoy sbado muy pocas personas quedaban en loa pasillos
ae u isla y ios empleados se dedicaban a poner al dim el inmenso trabaje acumulad*.
Entrevistado esta maana don Guillermo de Roux, Gerente de la Caja de Ahorres, per,-?
un representante de este diario, dijo que consideraba la Jornada de hoy. come una Jornada
normal de trabajo. Aadi que el promedio de depositante en das normales es de tF
personas y que con cuatro das de acumulacin de trabajo el movimiento de la Caja es ms
intenso, pero que considera que se debe exclu stvamente a las necesidades por las que har*
pasado muchas persona, que tienen cuenta, abiertas en la Caja. ^^
Ser reconocido el
unes a los 5 p.m. el
Los manifestantes se concen-
traron primero y desfilaron an-
te la Embajada de Estados U-
nldos gritando "abajo los im-
perialistas norteamericanos" y
"mueran los lmperalisto".
Despus se dirigieron a la
plaza del Parlamento, dando
gritos antl-amerlcanos, agitan
do. banderas taiAt y- vocean V,.
consignas emWtiMta*. Tambin' fl- ai A f\rAA~~~
acusaron a Estados Unido di'>' "VI. M. \jrOOttCZ
armar a Alemania y Japn.
Pidieron que el Gobierno de;
Irn acte inmediatamente re-
conociendo al Gobierno de la
China comunista y establecien-
do las relaciones diplomticas!
y econmicas con China.
Tambin atacaron a Francia'
por prohibir la celebracin del1
"Congreso Mundial de la Paz".
Piden a Gromyko
que "reestudie"
las propuestas
PARS, Mayo 13 (UP)El De-
legado norte-americano. Philip
Jessup pidi al Ruso Andrei
Gromyko que "reestudie" las pro
puestas de las potencias occi-
dentales del programa para la
conferencia de los cuatro Minis-
tros do Relaciones Exteriores.
"01 tanto el Este como al
Oeste hacen un estudio concien-
zudo d los problemas presentes,
estoy seguro que tendremos la
conferencia de los Cuatro
Orandes", dijo Jessup.
El Gobierno Federal Alemn
prohibe la partida de 3259
vagones llenos hacia Hungra
Observa as rpidamente la advertencia de evitar
que vayan materiales hacia los rojos
FRANCFORT, Mayo 12 El Gobierno Federal Alemn Tambin se dijo en el anun-
prohlbi anoche la salida nula ci de la oficina que los far-
io explic que el "Occi-
ha presentado un pro-
Jessu
dente
grama completo Justa y objeti-
vamente. Si no hemos logrado
explicarnos claramente, poda el
seor Gromyko explicarnos en
qu parte? Nos seria grato estu-
diar susd eclaraclones".
Parece que nadie
en Bolivia logr
mayora absoluta
Est complacido MacArthur
de la orientacin oficial
hacia "sus puntos de vista"
NUEVA YORK, mayo 12. (UP)
B General de Divisin Court-
ney Whitney, dijo que el Ge-
neral Douglas MacArthur est
may complacido "con la apa-
rente orientacin del Gobierno
hada sus fundamentales pun-
tos de vista en cuanto a Ex-
tremo Oriento".
El portavoz de MacArthur di-
Jo a los periodistas que ste
cree "que se est delineando
una poltica de realismo sobre
la direccin de la guerra co-
reana bajo la presin de la in-
vestigacin del Congreso y de
la opinin pblica".
Whitney, quien fue secretarle
militar de MaoArthur, dijo al
contestar preguntas de los pe-
riodistas que habia hablado con
el General y que est "especial-
mente complacido" con la ac-
titud "adoptada ahora" por el
Secretario de Defensa George
C. Marshall en contra de "ce-
der Formosa y el escao de
la China en las Naciones Uni-
das".
Whitney dijo que MacArthur
tambin est complacido con la
"noticia de que Oran Bretaa
(Pasa a la Pgina $, Col. J)
Sin recargo ser
aceptado el pago
de los impuestos
COMUNICADO DE PRENSA
A consecuencia de los lamen-
tables sucesos que han tenido
lugar en la Repblica y espe-
cialmente en la ciudad de Fa-
:.ain en estos ltimos das, los
contribuyentes se han visto en
la imposibilidad de pagar sus
impuestos sin recargo dentro de
ios plazos legales.
>or ello el Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, de acuerdo se-n
el rgano Ejecutivo, ha dispues-
to que se acepten sin recargo
los pagos de los mencionados
un puestos hasta el prximo
Jueves dia 17 de los corien-.es
inclusive.
Panam, Mayo 12 de 1951.
Victo Navas
Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro
No hay oportunidad
de reconciliacin
de Rita y Aly Khan
OLENBROOK Nevada, mayo
12. (UP). Rita Hayworth di-
Jo hoy que "definitivamente no
habia" oportunidad de recon-
ciliacin entre ella y su princi-
pe musulmn, Aly Khan.
La estrella del cinema dijo
que "no se habia decidido an"
si ella iba a radicar la de-
manda de divorcio o mera-
mente la separacin legal.
Rita quien lleg ayer ac
Nevadl rt fCer,8wre8lde^?fen B!anc C*nal" Trresela
Nevada, dijo a los periodistas
en el patio
La Polica Nacional recono-
cer el lunes a las cinco de la
tarde, en ceremonia especial,
al doctor Miguel ngel Ord-
nes, Ministro de Gobierno r
Justicia.
Toda la oficlaUdad y la
tropa tomar parte en este
acto que se llevar a cabo,
como es costumbre, en el pa-
lio principal del Cuartel Cen-
tral de la PoUefa.
En Puerto Rico han
declarado culpables
a 24 Nacionalistas
de la casa que
alquil en Lakefort que "nada
se ha decidido sobre nada".
Dijo que todava se estn
llevando a cabo las negociacio-
nes entre los abogados de las
partes en relacin con tales co-
sas como las propiedades y el
mantenimiento de sus hijos.
Rita dijo que una cosa era
definitiva y es que ella tiene
intenciones de criar sus hijas
ella misma. Yasmin, que tie-
ne 18 meses, hija del prncipe,
ser criada en la fe musulma-
na, porgue "ella es musulma-
na".
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico. Mr,-
yo 12 (UP) Un Jurado de:la-
i a 21 nacionalistas puertorri-
queos culpables de asesinato
en primer grado y a tres cul-
pables de intento de asesinato
con relacin a los levantamien-
tos nacionalistas en Jayuya du-
rante el mes de Octubre ltimo.
Entre los convictos estn
y E-
lio Torreada, familiares de Gri-
sello Torresola, quien intent a-
sesinar al Presidente Truman
en la Casa Blalr durante el lo.
de Noviembre ltimo.
El Juez Rafael Pardo de la
Corte del district de Arecibo
fij la fecha del 23 de Mayo
para dictar sentencia a los na-
cionalistas.
Estos convictos se enfrentan
con una pena mxima en Puer-
to Rico.
El grupo fu acusado de ha-
ber matado al polica Virgji o
Camacho y atacar a otros tree
grupos con Intencin de matjr
LA PAZ, Bolivia, Mayo 13
tUP) Las cmputos casi com-
p.stos de las elecciones presi-
denciales celebradas el Domin-
go pasado Indican que el nuevo
Presidente de Bolivia quizs
tenga que ser elegido por el
Congreso, ya que probablemen-
te ninguno de los seis candida-
tos han obtenido la mayora ab-
soluta que la Constlturin re-
quiere.
A Vctor Paz Estenssoro, del
Movimiento Nacional Revolu-
cionario, candidato que est en
primer lugar en los computes,
le faltan an 7,889 votos para
obtener la necesaria mayora
absoluta que consiste en la mi-
tad ms uno del total de votos.
Los ltimos cmputos oficia-
les arrojan 51,180 votos para
Paz Estenssoro; 37,780 para el
candidato del Goblenro, Gabriel
Gonsalve; 12,71* para Bernar-
dino Bilbao; "6,388 para Guiller-
mo Gutierres; 5,502. para Ti-
mas Ello y 4,924 para Jos M.
Arce.
Hungra de 325 vagones le-
os de "rieles" de acero, ob-
servando asi rpidamente la
advertencia de la alta Comisin
norteamericana de que suspen-
da el envo de materiales de
guerra a los pases tras la cor-
tina de hierro.
La oficina de asuntos econ-
micos de la Alta Comisin a-
nuncl que el Gobierno alemn
habia expedido rdenes cance-
lando la exportacin a Hungra
de 1,080 toneladas de "rieles"
ae acero que en 75 vagones U-
ii-ovlarlos estn en Furtnum
Wald. villa en la frontera Cue-
ca, desde el 23 de Abril.
La orden se expidi despus
de revelar la Prensa Unida ,ue
los vagones estn detenidos "ti
la frontera esperando decisin
del Departamento de Estado de
Panam adquiri 152
naves a medio precio
Se har rifa de un
viaje a Europa pro
las bibliotecas
El 5 de agosto del presente
ao se sabr quin es la per-
sona afortunada que puede via-
jar a Europa, con pasaje de
ida y vuelta en primera clase,
permanencia en ese continen-
te durante 9 meses, a razn de
B. 100 mensuales, B. 300.00 pa-
ra gastos de preparacin y B.
500.00 para otros gastos. Para
Sue sea usted el feliz viajero
ebe comprar un tquete por
solo B. 1.00 de la rifa que aus-
picia el Comit Nacional pro-
Bibliotecas, con el propsito de
incrementar la cultura en el
pas por medio de las biblio-
tecas.
clonarlos alemanes detuvieron
la salida de 300 toneladas do
"rieles" ae acero de la mma
orden, que en otros 250 va-
gones estn en Nuremberg, Os-
nubruek y que ste cargamento
se devolver al exportador-
Loa "rieles" de entrevias del
tipo uniforme en los 75 vago-
nes fueron fabricados por la
empresa alemana "Kloclcner
Werke Dulsburg" y consignauoa
d la firma de 8zob den Hungric
Las unidades de aduanas del
Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
tuvieron la salida de los vago-
nes con los "rieles". No se hsil
dado ms detalles sobre la ci-
tencin de los otros 250 vagones.
Hoy a las 6 y 45
hablar por radio
Jos Isaac Fbrega
a Licenciado Jos Isaac i'a-
orega se dirigir esta tarde a
Us 6 y 45 por radio a la Nacin
por los micrfonos de la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Radiodilalun
El Licenciado Fbrega acor-
dar temas de trascendental
importancia para la vida de la
trpbiica. enfocando desde su I
tradicional posicin civilista.
Las emisoras que entrarn en-
cadena, son las mismas que hi- |
dieron la Cadena de Asociacin
Nacional de Radiodifusin, J-
rente los aciagos das que vivi
la Repblica: Radio Nacional
iHOQi, Rado Continental, Red
Panamericana, Radio Miramar,
Radio Selecta, Onda Popular,
Radio Progeso y Ondas del
Caribe.
Jorge lllueca ha
sido trasladado
a San Fernando
El HD. Jorge lllueca, quien
result herido de bala en un
hombro el sbado pasado, ha si-
do trasladado a la Clnica San
Fernando, cuarto No. 25.
El Diputado mueca estuvo
hospitalizado de emergencia en
el Hospital Gorgas en la Zona
del Canal, en donde fu dado
de alta por razones de espacio.
Podemos Informar al pblico
que el Diputado lllueca. aunque
algo dbil por la prdida de
sangre sufrida cuando fu he-
rido, se encuentra en estado de
'franca mejora y recuperacin.
Editorial del Washington Post
WASHINGTON, Mayo 12 (UP) El "Washington
Post" en sin editorial comentando los sucesos ocurridos
recientemente en Is ciudad de Panam, se expresa de la
siguiente manera:
"El derrocamiento del Dr. Arnulfo Arias como Presi-
dente de la Repblica de Panam, es alentador para el
imperio del gobierno civil en la Amrica Latina.
"Lo ms alentador de todo es el apoyo qne el pueblo
le di a la decisin de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de-
clarando inobjetable la actuacin de la Asamblea.
"El aspecto peculiar de la situacin es el papel del
Coronel Remn.
"Despus que la Asamblea Nacional, en un acto de
valar cvico, destituy al Presidente Arias y le dl pose-
sin ai Vlce-Presidente, don Alclbades Arosemena, Re-
men aleg que sta habia actuado ilegalmente porque se
encontraba en reoeso.
"Todo Indicaba que Remn le habia vuelto a dar sa
apoyo al Dr. Arias despus que ste desisti de sos hiten-
toa de derogar la Constitucin. %
"Pero la protesta del pblico continu, culminando
con una batalla en el Palacio Presidencial, y ahora Re-
men tiene a Arias encarcelado y apoya la decisin de la
Corte Suprema de Justicia.
"Todo esto demuestra que an en nn pas gobernado
entre bastidores por el hombre que controla la nica
fuersa armada, existe un respeto baela el sentimiento
popular v a la forma constitucional de Gobierno.
"La victoria del pueblo de Panam es nn recuerdo a
tlosnpo a los presentes Gobiernos de ese tarde o tem-
prano habr una erupcin en todo Latino-Amrica".
WASHINGTON, Mayo 12 (8E)
Los Estados Unidos vendieron
248 "buques excedentes" a las em
presas martimas de 11 Rep-
blicas latinoamericanas a un
precio menor de la mitad del
costo de construccin, segn li-
na informacin no dada previa-
mente a la publicidad y que fu
enviada al Senado por la Comi-
sin Martima del Gobierno.
Los pases compradores de los
buques, segn su bandera de re-
gistro, fueron: Argentina 24 bu-
ques; Brasil, 12; Chile, 6: Co-
lombia, 8; Cuba, 4; Honduras,
23; Nicaragua. 2; Panam, 152;
Per, 8; Uruguay, 8; y Venezuela
En algunos casos las ventas se
hicieron a lineas del Gobierno y
en otros a empresas privadas.
El costo original de construc-
cin de los 248 buques fue de a-
proxlmadamente 571 millones de
dlares y el precio neto de venta
alcanz a un total aproximado
de 240 millones de dlares.
Chile adquiri los seis barcos,
del total antes mencionado, a un
costo de 5.218.838 dlares. El
costo original de estas naves fu
de 17.683.249 dlares.
Los barcos vendidos por Esta-
dos Unidos fueron de diversos ti-
pos, tales como ios llamados
"Victory", mercantes de carga y
pasajeros y buques cisternas y
todos eran de no menos 1.500 to-
nelada.
Se revela el contenido
un mensaje que dio origen
para destituir a MacArthur
El Secretario de Defensa Marshall lo hizo al ha-
blar ante Comisin del Senado
WASHINGTON, Mayo 12 (UP)
El Secretarlo de Defensa,
George Marshall al declarar an-
te la Comisin del Senado ril
a conocer un mensaje enviado
el 13 de Enero por el Presiden-
te Truman al General Douslas
MarArthur y al rededor del
cual parecen girar la mayora
dp los motivos que sirvieron ce
tas para la destitucin de Mac-
Arthur.
El mensaje dice textualmente:
"Deseo que sepa que la situa-
cin de Corea est recibiendo
la mayor atencin ac y >ue
nuestros esfuerzos se concen-
tran en encontrar lina decision
apropiada en ste asunto Je
mxima Importancia para el
futuro de Norte-Amrica y pa-
ra la supervivencia de los pue-
blos libres de todas partes"
"Deseo en este telegrama ex-
ponerle mis opiniones respecto
a nuestros propsitos bsicos
racionales e internaclonaleo al
continuar resistiendo la agre-
sin en Corea. Nosotros nece-
sitamos sus Juicios en cuanto
al esfuerzo mximo que puede
esperarse rezonablemente de las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
a su mando para secundar la
resistencia, que estamos tratan-
do de organizar sobre una oasc
mundial contra la agresin"
"Este telegrama no debe -to-
marse en forma como una or-
den. Cu propsito es darle a
cjnocer algo de lo que pensa-
mos respecto a los factores pol-
ticos".
"1) El xito en la resis-
tencia en Corea lograra los si-
guientes propsitos.
a) Demostrar que la agresin
n. sera aceptada por nosowos
w las Naciones Unidas jr pro-
porcionar un punto de partida
desde el cual podran movilizar-
se el espritu y energas del
mundo libra para hacer frtnto
a la amenaza mundial que pie-
senta ahora la Unin Sovitica,
b) Desinflar el prestigio po-
ltico y militar peligrosamente
exagerado de la China Coi.v-
.ista. que ahora amenaza so-
cavar la resistencia de Asia v.9
comunista y consolidar el asien-
to del comunismo en la propia
China.
c) Dar ms tiempo y mas a-
yuda directa a la organizacin
de la resistencia no comunista
en Asia, tanto dentro como fue-
ra de China
di Cumplir nuestros compro-
misos de honor con los surco-
reanos y demostrar al mundo
que la amistad de Estados Uiat-
dos es de Inestimable valor Ol
momentos de adversidad.
e) Hacer posible un traalo
de paz satisfactorio para el Ja-.
pon y contribuir grandemente
a la situacin del Japn resc-
(Pasa a la Pgina S, Col. 3)
CITACIN
A solicitud de numeroso
grnpo de periodistas se cita
a todos los miembros activos
el Sindicato de Periodistas
a ana reunin urgente que so
celebrar esta tarde a las seis
en el Jardn Balboa. Se so.
licita especialmente la pre-
sencia de los periodistas per-
teneciente a las re<*acc!0',-s
de La Estrella de Panama,
La Hern, U Nacin, EL PA-
NAMA AMERICA, El Pas y
Mundo Grfico.
Ricardo A. Lince.
Viee-Presidente del Sindical*
de Periodistas da Panam. .


PAtUNA DOS
EL PANAMA AMEKICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, MATO 12. 1911
Panamalmmca
MAIM WOSrSMBttNT*
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MAGNIFICA LABOR CVICA DE LA ASOCIA-
CIN NACIONAL l)K RADIODIFUSORAS
No es posible dejar de comentar editorialincn-
te la actitud asumida por la Asociacin Nacional
de Radiodifusoras frente a los acontecimientos acae-
cidos en esta semana en el pas. Dejar de reconocer
esa labor magnfica de civismo realizada por la
cadena de emisoras que funcion tan eficazmente
en esta ocasin suprema .implicara una injusticia,
porque, sin lugar a dudas, la Asociacin Nacional
de Radiodifusoras contribuy muchsimo a darle
Tida al movimiento cvico que determin el triunfo
de la opinin pblica.
Es la primera vez en la historia del pas que
la Radio adopta una posicin de tal naturaleza. Y
este hecho es sumamente significativo por cuanto
demuestra que en Panam ya hay una conciencia
nacional de slida estructura. Las Radiodifusoras
han comprendido que por encima de intereses co-
merciales estn los de la Patria, por los cuales hay
que luchar denodadamente sin ms compromisos
que los que dictan los principios republicanos que
rigen la vida poltica del pueblo panameo.
La comunidad entera manifiesta en diversas
formas sus simpatas hacia la Asociacin Nacio-
nal de Radiodifusoras porque sta supo poner al
servicio de la causa republicana todo su entusias-
mo, toda su capacidad y todo su patriotismo.
En esta jornada se ha puesto a prueba el po-
der colectivo del pueblo panameo cuya potencia-
lidad dl la nota suprema en pro de la restaura-
cin del orden constitucional. Y esto ha sido suma-
mente saludable para que se sepa bien claro que
cuando se quiere vulnerar la voluntad soberana del
pueblo ste dispone de grandes recursos cvicos
para defender sus derechos con coraje y eficacia.
Es evidente que el triunfo obtenido no se pue-
de adjudicar a determinados elementos exclusiva-
mente porque fueron todos los panameos los que
intervinieron en l mediante una accin conjunta de
vastas proporciones. Sin embargo, justo es recono-
cer, repetimos, la magnfica labor rendida por la
Asociacin Nacional de Radiodifusoras en benefi-
cio de la causa sagrada de la Repblica.________
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AHORA SI: EL CENSO!
Por ALDOR

MM!
El tmpadronader penetra al mar: Su proferid. seorlU?
En Coln lamentan
la muerte de los
dos militares
Fue expUda la siguiente re-
solucin;
RESOLUCIN
(de 11 ds mayo Je 1961)
II Comit Organizador de ja
Feria Agropecuaria y Comer-
cial de Colon.
CONSIDERANDO:
Que en la gesta heroica rea-
lizada por el pueblo de Pana-
m con decisin y orden ad-
mirable*, en defensa del don
preciada de la "libertad", re-
sultaron victima varios ciuda-
danos que ofrendaron sus vidas
por la patria. ._. .
Que entre estas vctimas, y
en el cumplimiento de su de-
ber se cuentan dos miembros
del Cuerpo de Polica Nacional
que. secund al pueblo en iu
movimiento de noble rebelda:
el Mayor Lezcano Omez y el
Teniente Juan B. Flores.
RESUELVE:
lo.Hacer pblico su testi-
monio de admiracin y sus sen-
timientos de condolencia, por
la muerta de estos mrtires de
la democracia.
2o.Comunicar a la Coman-,
dancia, Oficialidad y miembros
del Cuerpo de la Polica Na-
cional la condolencia por la
muerte de] glorioso jefe de la
Guardia Presidencial, Mayor Al-
fredo Lezcano Gomes y del Te-
niente Juan B. Flores.
So.Asistir una comisin del
Comit Organizador al sepelio
del Mayor Lezcano Gome/, y
dems victimas de la dictadura.
4o.Proponer a la ciudadana
como ejemplos dignos de Imi-
tar, el heroico comportamiento
del Mayor Lezcano Gmez y de
los otros ciudadanos que sacri-
ficaron su vida por tan nobles
Ideales humanos.
Dada en Coln, a los 11 das
del mes de mayo de 1951.
los Mara Gonzeles C, pre-
sidente; Antonio Tsgarpulos,
Flota ballenera se
repone en Chile
para seguir viaje
ANTOFOGASTA, Chile. (Es-
pecial). Ochenta arpones
destinados a una expedicin ba-
llenera fueron despachados con
urgencia desde Aemanla, lle-
gando a esta ciudad rpida-
mente en un avin de Pana-
gra para permitir a la flota
partir de nuevo y proseguir su
fenomenalmente afortunada ca-
cera.
En el embarque areo de 11
toneladas habla Incluidos, ade-
ms de los arpones, repuestos
para su helicptero, la ltima
palabra en materia de pesca de
ballenas.
Llegada hace poco, despus
de operar durante seis meses
en aguas antarticas, la expe-
dicin ha obtenido como 21,000
toneladas de aceite de ballena
refinado, avaluadas en ms de
nueve millones de lares, lo1
?ue demuestra sus Intensos es-
uerzos. Durante ese tiempo l.
resistente tripulacin trabajo
sin tener casi un dia de des-
canso, generalmente ms de 20
horas diarlas.
Su flota consiste en un buqu"
madrina, el "Olympic Challen-
ger", dos buques de abasteci-
mientos, dos buques tanques y
doce naves pesqueras. El heli-
cptero es utilizado para loca-
lizar las manadas de ballenas
y sealrselas a las embarca-
ciones pesqueras. Se dice que
el costo de la expedicin lle-
;a a veinte mil dlares diarlos,
a mitad de los cuales son pa-
ra pagar los jornales a los 650
tripulantes de la flota.
Saldr para San
Marcos rector de
una universidad
El muy Reverendo Laurence
J. McGlnley, S. J., Presidente
de la Universidad de Fordham,
saldr de la ciudad de Nueva
York el 9 de mayo para asis-
tir a la celebracin del 4o.
Centenario de la Universidad
Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
en Lima. Per. El Padre Me
Ginley ser husped de honor
de la Universidad de San Mar-
cos y va al Per acompaado
por los cancilleres de la Uni-
versidad de Texas y de la Uni-
versidad de Vanderbilt. Tam-
bin habr delegados de las
Universidades de Carolina del
director general: Federico Alba,
director tcnico; Benito Pabn,
secretario.
Buen Whisky Escocs
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Universidad de San Marcos ten-
dr lugar del 10 al 17 de mayo.
Despus de la celebracin en
Lima, el Padre McGlnley ha-
r una jira por ciudades sur-
americanas importantes para
regresar el 17 de mayo. Mien-
tras realice su 'Jira el Padre
McGlnley viajar utilizando el
servllco de Pan American-Gra-
ce Airways.
Durante la celebracin del
400o. Aniversario el Padre Me
Oinley presentar a nombre de
la Universidad de Fordham, el
Grado Honorario de Doctor en
Leyes al Presidente del Per,
seor General don Manuel A.
Odria, y al Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores, Sr. don Ma-
nuel C. Gallagher. El Rector de
la Universidad de San Marcos
seor doctor don Pedro Du-
lanto recibir la distincin de
miembro honorario de la Fa-
cultad de la Universidad de
Fordham.
IV Centenario de la Universidad
Mayor de San Marcos de Lima.
Prrafos del discurso que hoy, al celebrarse el IT
Centenario de la Universidad Mayer de San
Marcos, proyectaba pronunciar en Lima, el dee*
tor Octavio Mndez Pfreir, Rector de la Unrrer.
sidad de Panam.
Quisiera repetir hoy las palabras de entusiasta ternura* cen
que esta venerable Universidad de San Marcos, ver medio de su
Ilustre representante el doctor Vctor M. Martua, apadrin baca
dies y seis aos la Universidad de Panam, que naca en U tierra
donde "an estn las huellas de nuestros grandes descubridores
y conquistadores", donde "el gran libertador Bolivar aneo sn mi-
rada desde Lima para sealarla come el Centro de una organisa-
tion universal de unin, de libertad de armenia y de justicia".
lo traigo en correspondencia, a este pas cuyo segundo go-
bernante fue un panameo, el mismo sentimiento de solidaridad,
el mismo abraso espiritual que hace tres lustros quisisteis en-
viarnos al aceptar que vuestra Universidad, precursora y difun-
dadora de la cultura en el NuCv Mundo, fuera a apdrinar 1
nuestra con la seguridad, expresada asi por Martua, de que
"cuando las culturas asciendan paralelamente en los tuertes y
en los dbiles la convivencia de las Naciones se asentar defini-
tivamente en el reinado de la igualdad":
No s por qu yo veo an smbolo muy significativo en el aecho
de que U Universidad Mayor de San Marcee eelebre en. cuarto
centenario precisamente cuando revienta la era atmica y eon
ella revientan tambin la geografa, la economa y loa regimen's
polticos nacionales e internacionales. Es, al mismo tiempo,
cuando eetoe viejos claustros llenos de tradicin, que incubaren
en Amrica la concepcin medioeval y contribuyeron a retardar
para sus hombree el mensaje renacentista, ven sacudir Us togas
doctorales y endilgar y ensanchar sus caminos hacia una ciudad
universitaria abierta a todos los vientos de las ideas y la cultura
nuevas, quisas volviendo asi otra ves a la olvidada leccin de loa
incas astrales que pusieron frente al'aol y al cielo sas temples,
sus teatros, sus observatorios, confundidos con la vida y een ka
realidad que vivan. Comprendiendo como nunca, les dirigentes.
y profesores modernos de esta oasa de estudios, que no es posible
ya volverles las espaldas al pueblo y sus problemas, ni que lee
sabios se refugien en sus gabinetes ajenos la aplicacin y tras-
cendencia de sus descubrimientos, ni que las universidades se
hagan cmplices de los gobiernos que atentan centra la libertad
de pensamiento y de Investigacin, contra la efectiva autonoma
para Us disciplinas superiores y los postulados de Justicia sedal
y convivencia democrtica
Las Universidades, es oportuno decirle en esta prestigiosa
tribuna del Continente y'en un acto Un solemne oemo el que ee-
lebramos, no pueden seguir siendo responsables de Us menta-
dades que fomentan el odio, el miedo, U persecucin y las altera-
ciones de la paa para la conquista, y Us exacerbaciones del peder,
el mando y la hegemona por U fuersa. NI pueden seguir apega-
das a su mera funcin profesional y de investigacin, refugiadas
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egosta.
Yo no caben las fuentes y los camines de U cultura en el
trlvium y el quadrivium medioevales; ahora les problemas de la
cultura son los problemas de U nacin y los del mundo; son, en
ltima sntesis, los problemas del hombre. No el hombre desor-
bitado que se ha quedado atrs de sus propios inventos mecni-
cos y cientficos, sino el hombre integrado a su mundo een teda
su dignidad de ente libre, sin inhlbictones y sin grillos, en un me-
dio donde impere la Justicia que da la aeguridad social, U segu-
ridad econmica y la seguridsd politics, fuentes a su ves, de toda
independencia y de toda liberacin.
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RASADO, MATO II. 1*51
Et PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
(PAGINA TRE*
Editorial Patritico
Debido t mltiples solicitud
recibidas, publicamos a conti-
nuacin el editorial de ayer de
1. Asociacin Panamea de
Radiodlfisln:
Panameos:
Despus de cuarenta- y ocho
oras de zozobra constant.s,
despus de cuarenta y ocho fco-
ras en Que la vida dudada.;
estuvo en constante peligro, po-
cemos alzar nuestra voz una v ms y por todas las anterlorcv
para decir con el eorazn hen-
chido de emocin patritica:
HEMOS TRIUNFADO! Un pv.-o
a costa de cruentos sacrificios,
un poco a costa de lgrimas y
sangre derramada, un poco a
costa de vidas..Pero PANAMA
HA SALVADO EL HONOR, EL
DECORO Y LA DIGNIDAD
CIUDADANA.
Nuestra Historia tiene sus
pginas gloriosas, pero ninguna
como la que acaba de esenoir-
se; pon caracteres indelebles,
los malos hijos de la Pat un.
saben ya que nuestro concepto
oe libertad no es simple pale-
bra que se pierde en el vacio;
no es el flamear sistemtico de
nuestra Bandera; ni es un g.i-
tar VTVA LA PATRIA! con.o
quien repite una leccin apren-
dida en las aulas de las escue-
las! NO! Todo panameo sabe
el valor exacto de sus debe.es,
porque conoce como pocos pue-
blos, sus derechos.
El hombre es libre cuando
comprende la Libertad. Y la
demostracin ms evidente de
que el panameo lo es y le
sabe, es la ltima cruzada 4ue
ucaba de vivir y padecer. Nadie
que fu elegido para regir tos
destinos de un pueblo, puede
"someter" despus a ese pue.j.0,
a titulo de dios mitolgico, o
de hombre excecrable. Y menos
qu "someterlo", herirlo pro-
fundamente en la propia entra-
a, de su libetrad: La Carta
Constitucional que le dio el De-
lecho escrito
HEMOS TRIUNFADO! Y el
nico orgullo que nos acompa-
a al repetir esta verdad, alen-
tadora de nuevas luchas a) ne-
cesario fueran, es el de haber
cumplido con nuestro deber.
Frente al ejemplo de todo un
pueblo; frente l ejemplo de
nuestras mujeres, "matro.iss
dignas de los Gracos de toda
la Amrica", qu menos que
alzar nuestra voz y pregonar a
todos los vientos, que HEMOS
TRIUNFADO!? Hay quien pue-
da discutirnos esa verdad? Hay
quien se atreva a negarnos la
profunda satisfaccin que nos
cabe en esta frase: HEMOS
TRIUNFADO!?
La intensa labor desarrollada
en las ltimas horas, tenia que
culminar en la caida del t;.an
No TftWa tuerza capaz de o,x>
verte a la avalancha que s.l'-
niCica "un pueblo con razn de
existir", y los que 'a han vUto
tomar 'por el camino de la ven-
dad, aben que Jams!... U>
rr.*! podrn guiarlo con la ial-
sia, la mentira y el engao.
LA ASOCIACIN PANAMEA
DE RADIODIFUSORES, qne no
c.lencl un Instante su voz a-
lenta&ora, y expuso cuanto te-
nia que perder, sabe hasta don-
de ha costado el sacrificio ce
llamarnos todava "un pueblo
Ubre". Y sabemos que sin in-
terferencias extraas, podemos
resolver nuestros conflictos, que
esta vez. alcanzaron la magni-
tud de la tragedla. Que este e-
jemplo no se pierda! Que sta
remilla fructificadora de bien-
andanzas futuras!
Con ms razn que a nadie,
nos corresponde la ->alabra de
cordura, si tuvimos m la mis-
ma voz, la fuerza que ::vant
los nimos, que alent los esp-
ritus, que sostuvo los pies fir-
mes sobre- la tierra, para re-
sistir el ataque de las hordas
asesinas. No ms sangre que la
ya tristemente derramada! No
ms rencores que los que ha
sembrado el tirano, en su fu-
nesto paso por la Alta Magis-
tratura de la Nacin! Ninguna
venganza debe manchar nues-
tras dignas manas de hombres
libres. Fuerza es detener los
errores y los malvados Instin-
tos! Hay que "Echar Margaritas
a los Cerdos", para ;ue apren-
dan "los malos hijos de la pa-
trla", del bien, el bien mismo.
El Hogar, la Familia, la Pa-
tria eat salvada. No pongamos
ms luto en su regazo acoge-
dor. Defenderla es mantener la
paz y la cordura. Salvarla es
sostener el pabelln de la dig-
nidad. Slo con el gesto altiVo
podemos indicar a los que la
mancharon, que toda intentona
de herirla, contribuye nada ms
a hacerla invulnerable. "Codo
con codo" es la palabra de or-
den... "Corazn con corazn",
es la fibra redentora de todos
loa errores.
Pueblo panameo: A ti no
podemos darte las gracias por-
que tu conquista slo es tuya!
Al cuerpo de la Polica Nacio-
nal, con sus dignos dirigentes,
que hicieron posible que la fuer-
za del mal no triunfara, cree-
mos ofenderlo al le damos las
gracias, porque ese digno cuer-
po es tambin el pueblo mis-
mo. A los diputados de la A-
samblea Nacional, que valien-
temente afrontaron el peligro
de oponerse al Mandatario que
crey atemorizarles, despojn-
doles de la investidura que les
daba personalidad j u r idica,
tampoco creemos poder darles
las gracias. Todos, todos son el
pueblo panameo. Todos, todos,
dieron parte de si mismos en
esta prueba que acabamos de
vencer, y cada uno dio lo que
poda perder.
Pero si nos corresponde repe-
tir, como colofn de esta lu-
cha fratricida, las palabras del
Honorable seor Presidente de
la Repblica, don Alcibiades A-
rosemena, en el Acto de Jura-
mentar el carg para el que
fue designado jurdicamente.
Dijo asi: La voluntad ma es
cumplir fielmente la Constitu-
cin Nacional. Prometo un Go-
bierno de concordia. Tomare
medida* para que los prximos
comicios sean honrados com
nunca ae ha visto en Panam
El Honorable Presidente de la
Repblica, don Alcibiades Aro-
semena, resumi en tres partes
su cometido: Respeto a la Ley
Escrita. Honradez y Buen Go-
bierno. Que Dios guie vuestros
pasos en la Magistratura que
vals a ocupar, seor Presiden-
te! Que el Altsimo .o os haga
olvidar esas palabras que en el
momento ms culminante de
nuestra historia, habis pro-
nunciado!
Y para cerrar nuestro Edito-
rial de esta tarde,, permtasenos
la palabras que ms elocuen-
cia pueden tener en esta hora
definitiva para toda la Am-
rica; las palabras que deben
ser nuestro credo las palabra.-
del Hijo de Dios, en la hora
del sacrificio y del perdn:
"Paz. en la tierra a los hom-
bres de buena voluntad".
SE INVIERTEN LOS
PAPELES EN LUGAR
DE ESTADOS UNIDOS
CHARLESTON, mayo 12 (UP)
Tres bellas Jvenes fueron
acusadas por un comerciante
de 25 aos de edad de obligar-
lo, a punta de cuchillo, a man-
tener relaciones sexuales con
una de ellas.
Las tres jvenes fueron a-
rrestadas y sern Juzgadas a-
cusadas de rapto y fueron iden-
tificadas como dos hermanas y
una amiga.
La polica dijo que el comer-
ciante haba recogido a las tres
jvenes en la carretera y una
de ellas que se encontraba en
el asiento delantero sac una
cuchilla, obligando al joven a
sentarse en el asiento trasero,
mientras una de ellas se apo-
der del timn.
El carro se detuvo en un ca-
mino solitario. El loven dijo
que la Joven que se encontra-
ba en el asiento trasero lo obli-
g a tener relaciones sexuales
con l, mientras las otras dos
que se encontraban en el asien-
to delantero lo nm'enazaban
con la cuchilla en el cuello.
A la victima le. robaron 10
dlares, llevndolo luego a una
farmacia ordenndole qde com-
prara perxido. En lugar de ha-
cer la compra, el joven llam
a la polica.
PANAM DEPOSITA VN INSTRUMENTO
WASHINGTON El Encargado de Negocios de Panam, seor Guillermo Endara, deposita en
la Unin Panamericana los instrumentos de ratificacin del Tratado Americano de Soluciones
Pacfcas (Pacto de Bogot) y del Convenio Econmico de Bogot. Aparecen en la fotografa
con el seor Endara, de izquierda a derecha: el Dr. William Manger, Secretario General Ad-
junto de la OEA, el Dr. Manuel Can ves, del Departamento Jurdico de la Unin Panamericana
y el Dr. Alberto Lleras, Secretarlo General de la Organizacin de los Estados Americanos.
La destitucin de
MacArthur fue una
excusa, dice Taft
WASHINGTON, Mayo 12 (UP)
El Senador Roben A. Ta.'t
dijo- que la administracin el
Presidente Truman est usan-
do l pacto de defensa comu-
nista entre China y Rusia como
excusa para distltur al Gene-
ral Douglas MacArthur.
El Secretarlo de Defensa. neral George C. Marshall ae.
declarado en repetidas ocasio-
nes que la poltica de MacAr-
t'.iur slngnlfIcaria una gusira
con Rusia, para la cual el
mundo Ubre no est preparado
todava.
Taft., 3lnembargo, dijo a un
periodista que ei testimonio te
Marshall no lo hara camoiur
de parecer. Dijo que l todava
creo que Batatas nidos debe
escoger entre "e^^rpaciguamler.-
to' en Corea o la adopcin tjcl
plan de MacArthur de llevrr
'.i. guerra a la China Comunista. \ Estado obtenga nuevos ingresos
y pueda prestar todos tos ser-
El edificio para el primer
ciclo que hay en Penonom
Por el Lie. Ricardo Jan Jr. se puede manifestar que la pri-
maria es ms importante que la
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BEETONCINI
Tel 431 Aptdo ltM
Felicitaciones
El da ocho de los corrientes
celebr sus natales la seora
doa Raquel W. de Ducruet.
Nos complacemos en hacerle
llegar, aunque algo tarde, nues-
tras felicitaciones.
Sum el da ocho, un ao
ms de vida la nia Amlnta
I. Lombardo. Con tal motivo
la felicitamos y le deseamos
muchos aos ms de vida.
A nadie escapa la situacin
decreciente de las rentas fisca-
les. Reilejo Inmediato del estado
de la economa nacional e Inter-
nacional. Esto lo advierte desde
el profano en asuntos econmi-
cos, hasta el cotidiano Investi-
gador en esas modernas disci-
plinas.
Pero tambin es comunmente
aceptado, que el Estado con-
temporneo tiene como fin pri-
mordial servir a la comunidad.
Nivelar lo ms posible la convi-
vencia socla. Hacerle ms lle-
vadera, para ser viable el pro-
greso de toda la Nacin. Y es
por eso, que los dirigentes, a
medida que avanzamos hacia el
porvenir, tandrn que agudizar
tar progresivamente sus capaci-
dades de trabajo para que el
secundarla, o universitaria o vi-
ceversa, y preocuparse por una,
ms que por las otras. Cierto
fu, que Sarmiento, el Maestro
de Amrica se preocupar por
la primarla, secundaria y uni-
versitaria. Cuidar yp reocupar-
se por una sola, seria a la larga,
contribuir al derrumbe de toda
la construccin.
Algunos manifiestan, que hay
comunidades que todo lo esperan
del Estado y que no laboran in-
dividualmente para conseguir
su propio bienestar. Esto est
bien en lo referente a otras ac-
tividades, pero en lo que se re-
fiere a Educacin, Higiene y Sa-
lubridad, el Estado tiene que
crecerse en esas direcciones por
ms su Inteligencias, aquil- que-aai no lo se obtiene el pro-
greso de ciertas secciones del
pais sino a toda la Repblica.
Sin embargo Penonom a pesar
de que comprende la obligacin

ms apartadas comunidades de-
manden. En estos tiempos ser-
vicios como educacin higiene
y salubridad no se pueden sos-
layar. La poblacin aumenta. Y
| los estadistas no deben cru-
zarse de brazos. NI encogerse
de hombros porque las rentas
pblicas no se estiran. Quedan-
do as sin educarse y sin cu-
rarse gran parte de la pobla-
I clon.
Cuando se habla de educa-
cjn debe pensarse tanto en 11-
! bros. ltimos alumnos, maestros
I y profesores como en edificios.
Estos se completan. Es con to-
dos estos elementos juntos que
puede lograrse lo que llamamos
, educacin. Penonom tiene a-
lumnos secundarlos suficientes
y profesores competentes. Le
hace falta nicamente, el edifi-
, co apropiado para conseguir
que aquella Importante seccin
de la Repblica adquiera com-
pleto el equipo necesario, para
! la preparacin de esos jvenes.
Aparte de la comodidad e hi-
giene, que un edificio moderno
brindara, se obtendra el aho-
rro, que significa el pago men-
sual de alquileres ne los varios
NO SE RINDE.El refugiado v dselmlnados edificios, que son
Pavel A. Savich, un raso blanco ahora nelesarlos para dar ilu-
de 64 aos de edad, se pone su jamlento a centenares de j-
uniforme de coronel de la Rusia venes en plena adolescencia.
zarista, al llegar a San Francisco,! No hay que olvidar, aue en
procedente de Filipinas. Dijo Sa-' poca, cuando se trata de edu-
vich: "Quiero pelear e nel ejerc- cacln no se le puede dar ms
to que derrocar e rgimen Co- preferencia a una parte aue a
munista". otra. O dicho de otro modo, no
vicios sociales, que hasta las del Estado en esos menesteres
ha aquilatado de bloques, lo he-
hemos visto brindar el terreno
necesario para la construccin
de ese urgente edificio. Gesto
ste, que debe tomarse muy en
cuenta y verse la manera por
sobre toda circunstancia, de que
se Inicie cuanto antes la cons-
truccin dell ocal, que ha ds
servir para alojar rA Primer
Ciclo Secundarlo, hoy disemina-
do de una maner, inconvenien-
te en toda la ciudad.
Ricardo Jan Jr.
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LECHE CONDENSAD*
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Cgawg,
OTOS
OGWPAS y
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APARECE!
HABLEMOS
del HOGAR y
de la MODA
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LABORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A. S CA.
Aunque algo tarde, hacemos
llegar nuestras felicitaciones al
nio Sebastin Qulrs F., hijo
del hogar de don Sergio Qui-
ros y seora Lastenla de Qul-
rs, quien festej sus natales
el da ocho de los corrientes.
Tambin cumpli un ao ms
de vida el da A del presente
mes, el nio Rubn Catano Jr.,
a quien congratulamos con tal
motivo.
Cumpleaos de ayer
En medio del aprecio y esti-
ma de los suyos, celebr ayer
la grata fecha de su cumple-
aos la seora doa Lucila de
Calvlo. Sea ello motivo para
enviarle un cordial saludo de
felicitacin.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Hoy sbado celebra su cum-
pleaos la joven seora Ligia
Simons de Dearmas. Formula-
mos votos porque disfrute de
todo gnero de felicidades.
Hacemos llegar nuestras ron
gratulaciones a la seorita Vll-
ba lira Rosana, quien hoy s-
bado celebra su cumpleaos.
Baile en la "Unin Israelita"
La colonia Israelita en esta
ciudad ofrece en los salones
del "Unin Israelita" hoy sba-
do para celebra el tercer ani-
versario del Estado de Israel,
un gran baile comenzando a las
10 p.m. La entrada ser com-
pletamente gratis y habr gran-
des sorpresas.
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Ki tiene almorrana* nue oinmi
romeiOn, hemorragia, almorrana* gBfl
tfirnaa o externan, no nufra un da m;
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toa al Chinaroid principia a combat e
aua almorranaa de tres manarais
1. Calma el dolor y la oomein. I. Ajn -
da a encoger los tejldoa dolorido *
Inflamado. 1. Avuda a clcatrlaar la
membranaa Irritadas. Solicita Chmareid an su botica, hoy miara*. 1
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HORIZONTALES:
1rbol de madera ireelosa.
4Sal de recepciones.
9-JVdverblo de cantidad.
12Plantigrade.
13Nombre de mujer.
14Demostrativo.
15Natural de Lorena.
17Desmenuzar con el molino.
19Nombre de varios empera-
dores alemanes.
20Conjuncin.
11Del verbo caber.
31Lineas trigonomtricas.
16Decir oraciones.
27Proyectil.
28Letra castellana.
29Caso de pronombre.
30Machetes de Filipinas.
31Preposicin.
32Preposicin inseparable.
33Bahas pequeas.
34Quito la vida.
35Haoer saludos.
37Puntos geogrlicos.
38Agarraderas.
39Cuadrumano.
40Romano clebre por su
austeridad.
42Meteoros.
45Del verbo asar.
48Fertilizo.
48Afresis de ahora.
49Artculo, Pl.
60Uno de ios siete sabios
de Orela.
IIHoja purgante.
VERTICALES:
1Tasa sin asa.
2Plantigrade
3Corcovas.
4Destinos.
8Del verbo arar
6Caso de pronombre.
7Negacin. Inv.
8Diosa de la venganza.
9Sandia.
10Cocine en seco.
11Hermana, religiosa.
18Fluido imponderable.
18Recen.
20Extremidades de la tierra.
21Rabos.
22Trampa o embuste.
23Traspasar el agua.
24Defuncin.
25Lneas trigonomtricas.
27Casamientos.
30Piel curtida de camero
u oveja, Pl
31Dias de la semana.
33Natural de Rusia.
34Cacahuete.
38Hojas de lata.
37Descubridor de Amrica.
39Simio.
40Oxido de cal.
41Agarradera.
42Igual al 1 vertical.
43Apcope de santo.
47Smbolo del Boro.
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DETENIDOS POR LA PRIMAVERA^Bstee camiones del ejrcito norteamericano ae encuentran
paralados por el deshielo del Ro Han en Crea. El Cuerpo de Ingenieros hiso un puente bajo el
agna para legrar el cruce del rio.
LA SIESTA DEL SARGENTOtele ear-gento fue sorprendido mientras dorqnia la siesta,
sin sapatoi y hasta sin medias, durante un mo ment de receeo de la lucha en Corea. La loto-
grafa fue tomada a "vista de gusano".
*
K EG RES A JOSEFINALa cantante y bailarina Josefina
Baker, que cautiv a Paris hace 15 aos usando una falda de gul-
neos, y casi ms nada, ba regresado a su hogar para aparecer en
Broadway por primera ves en II aos. Aqu vemos a la cantante,
de 47 aos de edad, -ms o menos", con su esposo, el franci
Jos Bouillon.
COREA ESTA LEJOS.Estes soldados acaban de regresar del
frente coreano y, por supuesto, se divierte en un cabaret de Cali-
fornia. Coa esas chicas y esas piernas, ni Se acuerdan que existe
Crea.
REFUGIO ATMICODiseado para ser Instalado en el jar-
dn de ana caaa corriente, este refugio prefabricado de acere es
ueste a la venta por una fbrica de San Francisco. El refugio
tiene alacenas para alimente* y medicinas y tiene capacidad para
Minee personas. I
EL PRESIDENTE IE PREPARATres nias guias, miembros
de la tropa de Mujeres Guias de Washington, le entregan al Pre-
sidente Truman un libro en donde estn todas las instrucciones
en ease de bombardeo atmoco. Por lo visto, a| Presidente no lo
sorprendern dormido.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barat y Efectivo
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
NO El POLTICA HILDA
DE SANDOVAL
Mayo 12 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Presente.
Ir. Director:
Como en el diarlo de su di-
reccin, fecha de ayer U de
mayo, le entre la lista "de
las personas detenidas de ma-
or relieve politico" ml nom-
re incluido all, quiero hacer
la siguiente aclaracin: como
en el diarlo "La Estrella de Pa-
nam" de feoha 10 ali a dos
columnas y en primera pgina
que: "La polica pide a la ciu-
dadana respalde al Presidente
doctor Arnulfe Arlas" y luego
entre otras cosas dlee: "Asi-
mismo pide a la ciudadana su
respaldo al actual Presidente
de la Repblica doctor Arnul-
fo Arias Madrid por -er l per-
sona a quien corresponde el le-
gtimo ejercicio de la primera
Siagistratura, en la seguridad
e que renacer en el pals, la
paz y la tranquilidad".
Con todas estas cosas y no-
ticias de un peridico de pres-
tigio como "La Estrella de Pa-
nam" resolv Ir a la Presi-
dencia, a tomar datos perio-
dsticos para "La Nacin.", dia-
rlo ecuatoriano del cual soy
corresponsal.
Para ral, como para todos
los de all presentes, fue una
sorpresa or decir al doctor
Arlas que bajaran las mujeres
porque la polica venia a la
Presidencia. Lo inesperado de
todo, y el seguido 'iroteo fue
cosa tan K,>ida que >-esolvi que-
darme en compaa de mis a-
migos personales dofu Ana Ma-
tilde de Arlas, doa Carmen de
MacKllven. dofla Manuellta de
Salamin doa Maria Miranda,
del Licenciado Jos Clemente
de Obaldia y otras personas
ms.
Creo por haberme encontra-
do all en el momento lst-
rlco que .vivi Panam y como
amiga personal de las distin-
guidas personas mencionadas
arriba, no debe confundirse
nunca: periodismo con polti-
ca, porque mi calidad de ex-
tranjera no me lo permite. A
pesar de que manos arriba, pa-
labras soeces, y ametralladoras
Sn el pecho se nos intim a-
resto y salida de Palacio. De
esto no me quejo seor Direc-
tor porque cada pais acta se-
gn su modo de vivir.
agradecindole infinito la pu-
blicacin de esta carta, quedo
de Ud. como siempre amiga y
S. I.,
Hylda Pino d* Sandoval,
Corresponsal, ecuatoriana.
DANZA DE LAS HORAS
El triunfe de Pas Estensoro en las elecciones presidenciales
de Bolivia, al ae confirma, ser nueva demostracin de las velei-
dades democrticas. No hace un lustre el gobierno que presidia
el coronel Villarrcel y de que Paz Estensoro era la segunda figu-
ra, caa en medio de una da las ms horrendas tragedlas quo
Amrica ha presenciado. El presidente Villarreel. varies minis-
true, el jefe de la polica y otros funcionarios fueron ahorcados.
Por muchas horas el cadaver del desventurado presidente colg
de un farol en la plaaa principal. El partido del Movimiento
Nacional Revolucionarlo ee haba presentado como reaccin ante
los fracasos de las anteriores administraciones. Ofreci na pro-
grama nuevo y muchas cosas, que no realiz. En realidad, al r-
gimen lo diriga una camarilla militar do tipo nasi, ano de cu-
vos directores bebi el veneno en el propio Berlin. Pero si ad-
ministrativa y nacionalmente el M. N. R. no pudo cumplir porte
siquiera de su programa, en cambio, ofreci al pueblo boliviano
el espectculo de una ferocidad no conocida antes, a pesar do
que en las pginas de la historia de aquel pais abundan lee epi-
sodios sangrientos. El actual ministre de relaciones citeriores,
doctor Xilvettl Arce, denunci en un libro clebre las atrocidades
cometidas por el M. N. R. en numerosas personalidades notables,
asesinadas sin frmula de juicio, despus de haberlas sometido a
torturas increbles El pueblo de La Paz, que ahora ha dado sus
totes a Esteneero, se arroj a las calles, hombres, mujeres y ni*
os, resuelto a perecer e a acabar con la sanguinaria dictadura.
Fue un episodio, al brbaro, llene tambin de herosmo. Ahora
vuelven al podar les hombres del M. N. R. Los mismos que, ayu-
dados por elementos comunistas, mantuvieron al pas en cons-
tante agitacin en los ltimos anea. Los ciudadanos ene rodea
ron al ilustre presidente Herteog. una de las victimas de las atro-
cidades del M. N. R., y a su sucesor, el doctor Urrlolagoitla. re-
presentan cuanto tiene Bolivia de mejor v ms sane. Verdade-
ros patriotas, empeados en mantener en su patria el Ideal de-
mocrtico. Lo que han demostrado dejndose sanar las eleccio-
nes, a pesar t.e que en el debate no jugaban slo sus posiciones,
sino sus propina vidas.
Tal vez Pas Estensoro baya modificado sus procedimientos.
Tal ves no quiera sumir otra vos a Bllelo en los horrores de
donde la sacaron los varanes vencidos hoy. Seria un milagro,
que no es de esperar del victorioso lder, cargado de edloe y de-
seos de vnganse. Ahora sube gracias a todas las malas artes
de la demagogia, aliado o loa comunistas v a teda la pandilla de
Izquierda. No Podr resolver el mximo problema boliviano: la
la dependencia en que vive el Estado de la produccin minera,
de la que Bolivia no obtiene sino nfimo producto. Y ah es en
donde a oort< piase. Paz Entensoro v sus amigos se vern de
nuevo abocados a una realidad implacable.
' Del punto de vista internacional, el triunfo de Paz Estenso-
ro es para la Amrica libre grave amenaza. Como es sabido, el
M. N. R. es partido fascista, v su mximo Inspirador el seor Paz
Estensoro. Ahora queda el sur del continente dominado per tres
dictadores: Pern en la Argentina, Odria an el Per y Pas Eaten-
toro en Bolivia. Por una Irona singular, la democracia derroto
a la democracia en Bolivia. Las elecciones puras que presidi el
gobierne aetual, le abren la puerta a una dictadura sangrienta
v sombra. Sobre las libertades, cada dio ms precarias, de que
disfrutan los puebles de este hemisferio, so extiende otra nube
negra.
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hadoe no lo remedian.
Na reatan en la Amriea del lur sino dos atalayas d la 11-
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Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra al seor Lorenso Hincapi y
enera Olga V. de Hincapi, por
1 feliz arribo da un varonclto
ocurrido el mircoles 9, en la
Clnica fian Fernando.
Enfennoi
Pronta mejora le desame* al
seor Jorge Zarak, quien se en-
cuentra recluido an la Clinlca
San Fernando.
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
cido se encuentra de nuevo en
su residencia la seora Mara
Isabel I. de Brln.
8Z M.CrUaNAdd.eoM.?eyn SsL** *0*n0 C,,rl"
/florlU Manongulta da Obal- NioJuan B. Arla, Jr.
Dofla Manuellta O. de Eapaner
"El Ave del Paraso" ofrece
el espectculo grandioso de
la Naturaleza bella y bravia
La seora Elvlrlta V. de Arias
abandon la clinlca acompaa-
da de su recin nacida.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Anastasio Ruiz,
quien abandon ayer al hospi-
tal Panam,
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seorita Berta Alicia Corro
Seor Pedro Altamlranda
Seor Frank H. Morrice
Seor Clarence O. Boyd
Seora Clementina de Moreno
Levantadas
Nocturnas
SI ufre Vi. de levantada! noc-
turna, dolor d cipalda, dolor
Blaraa, perdida de view, nervloal-
dad o debilidad, debe ayudar Inme-
''U51S5.U '* 9'Sndula Pretala
eon ROORNA. Rata maravllloaa
nedlolna le haca antlr ma Joven,
V*f tvuto dornflr aln Interrup-
cin. Compre RQOKNA en au boilca.
Un espectculo maravilloso, un
espectculo lleno de esplendor,
se dijera una paleta de pintor
por su riqueaa de colores, es la
magistral superproduccin de la
"20th Century Fox", titulada:
'El Ave del Paraso". Balo al bri-
llante direccin de Dalmar
Daves, quien es a la vez. el li-
bretista y realizada por 1 pro-
ductor Harmon Jones, los estu-
dios de la aclamada productora
pusieron para producir esta pe-
lcula todos sus recursos v ar-
maron, al efecto, una expedicin
en un lujoso barco en el cual se
constituy todo el elenco arts-
tico v todos los expertos respon-
sables en la produccin de esta
pelcula, llamada ,por su rique-
za artstica, por su maravilloso
colorido/por el esplendor de sus
espectculos, a figurar entre las
obras clsicas de su gnero en el
sptimo arte.
Para Debra Paget. estrella en
el rol femenino de esta pelcula
por mil conceptos encantadora,
la hondura del amor que alia
tiene que representar en la pan-
talla, as lo asegura, est fuera
del alcance y de la comprensin
v de los sentimientos de nuestro
mundo civilizado. Manos litera-
rio, menos revestido de los en-
cajes de la literatura y del arte.
es, sin embargo, mucho ms
honda y ma Intensamente hu-
mana. Sostiene que ella Jams
habra podido Interpretar los
sentimientos de Kalua, la mu-
chacha protagonista de la obra,
sin antes haber pernoctado, co-
mo lo hizo, una larga temporada
entre los Ingenuos y sinceros ha-
bitantes de los mares del Sur.
Louis Jourdan, quien realiza a
la perfeccin el papel de Andre
Laurence, asegura, por su parte,
que l no tuvo mucho que es-
forzarse para desempear el pa-
pel de hombre occidental que se
enamora de una mujer de loe
mares del Sur, pero que le fue
?rT,\T.nle. d,ic11 comprender
los celos y las pasiones gigantas
durante toda la poca en que
En maravilloso tecnicolor "El
Ave del Parao" ofrece el pec-
taculo grandioso de una natura-
rinrt 'iX18, d0nde lR grandiosi-
dad de los panoraamsfcorre pa-
5J5, oon '<} majestuosidad de lo,
elemntos desencadenados a por-
?.'. Que ,lmn de fondo a sus
moolM Inefables v a su vida pa-
esU n^ffi1110'01 WuMloa de
esta pelcula que va ha Impues-
to, moada obligando a losmo-
a. ,3.a i*nz*/ modelos estilo "El
do, nn S". '""on disefla-
feWor %%' m0dUt V dl-
ESTA COMPLACIDO_________
ha vigorizado su, actitud" en
contra de continuar enviando
**!2 u Chln* ">J*
HvT^n,y .luc, hy traJ *
civil por primera vez desde que
5,r?d^a ''dos Unidos con
MacArthur, y dijo que el Ge-
neral no se ha puesto an ro-
pa de paisano y rehus hacer
conjeturas sobre cundo lo ha-
r, aunque ya los srstres que
lo visitaron en el Hotel Waldorf
Astoria han hecho loa trajes
de civil que orden.
PAUINA CINCO-
TELEFUNKEN.
SE REVELA
to a ese continente en el subsi-
guiente tratado de seguridad.
l> Inspirar la resolucin de
muchos pases no slo de Ajic.
aino tambin de Europa y el
Cercano Oriente que viven :*-
hora a la sombra re la pote.icla
comunista y hacerle saber que
io necesitan apresurarse a po-
.erse de acuerdo con el comu-
nismo en las condiciones que
pueden lograr qua signifiquen
completa sumisin
g) Inspirar a quienes putda
tener que llamarse a luchar t-m
grandes desventajas en caso de
encontrarse frente a un sbito
ataque violento de la Unin Ui-
vltica o la China Comunista.
h) Subrayar y urgir la rpi-
da creacin de las defensas del
mundo occidental.
1) Hacer que las Naciones U-
nldas logren su primer gran e-
f.ierro en la seguridad colectiva
y producir la coalicin del mun-
do libre, de valor incalculable
- los Intereses de seguridad na-
cional de Estados Unidos.
EL SEPELIO DEL MAYOR OOMEZ. Una Inmensa concu-
rrencia rindi tributo postumo a los dos militares murria en
la lucha que ocurri en la Presidencia de la Repblica, el
jueves en la tarde. Tanto el sepelio del Mayor Lezcano G-
mez, como el del Teniente Juan Flores constituyeron una sen-
tida demostracin de condolencia. En la foto aparece el en-
cabeamiento del cortejo del Mayor Gomes, al que asisti el
_________Presidente Arosemena con todo su Gabinete.
"EL FANTASMA DEL MAR"
Desfile zoolgico
Parece que los anmalas que-
ran presentar un gran desfile
y para ello citaron a todo el
reino para que enviaran sus re-
presentaciones. El acto se llev
a efecto de la manera siguiente:
"Abran la marcha las extra-
as vrgenes de la Quebrada y
el Jardn: la Babaleta y el Pul-
gn. 8u estandarte era un spa-
lo de lirio. Detrs iba un grupo
que representaba la Educacin
Pblica, formado por el Cocuvo
y la fblgora laternaria. Llevaban
como ensea una violeta. Des-
pus seguan las siguientes en-
tidades:
Sociedad Cientfica: El Buho,
el Pavonla v la Rana.
Sociedad de Ingenieros: El
Castor, la Homila, la Abeja y
la Araa. Esta ltima especia-
lista en puentes colgantes.
Sociedad de Beneficencia v
Caridad: El Perro, condecora-
do ron la Cruz o el Gallito y el Tucn.
Sociedad de Ai-tistes: El Armi-
o, el Turpial. el Cucarachero,
el Azulejo, la Mariposa v la O-
ruga.
Sociedad de Comercio: El Mur-
cilago, el Gato, la Zorra y e
Caimn.
Soeledad de Temperancia: La
Brema v el Gorgojo: eran los
ms ouerldos.
Sociedad de Industrias t Prn-
vedores de Viveros: La Liebre, el
Conejo, el Cerdo, el Buey, la O-
veja, la Cabra, el Ciervo, el Can-
grejo y la Madre-perle.
La Alta Nobleza: El Len, el
Caballo v el Elefante.
El Ejrcito: Bandadas de go-
londrinas. Langostas, Patos v
Mariposas.
El Populacho: Compuesto de
bohemios bullangueros e inti-
les, como el Mono, el Mico, el
Escarabalo. la Chicharra, la Ra-
ta, el Saltn, la Chinche, el Gri-
llo y la Mosca, las Culebras ve-
nenosas, el Tiburn, el Escor-
pin, etc., etc.
El esnectculo no oodia ser
mas pintoresco, ms intenciona-
do, mes edificante. No oas el
"Rey de la Creacin", el Hombre.
No pens que todos eran su sher-
manos y muchos, sus compae-
ros y amigos".
Tomado del Diccionario del
Pensamiento, de Ello Fablo E-
cheverrl).
Rogelio Garca Ortla.
SA&P' GBAD0S EN LA UNIVERSIDAD MAYOR DE SAN
MARCOS. -, La vista muestra un detalle lateral del techo del
Saln de Grado* de la Facultad de Letras en la Universidad
Mayor de San Marcos de Lima, que fu en la poca Virrevnal
la Capilla de Nrettra Seora de Loreto erigida por los Jesu-
tas en su Noviciado v que despus perteneci al Convictorio
de San Carlos. La ms antlrua Universidad del Nuevo Mun-
do celebrar* el 18 de Mayo su 400 Aniversario de fundacin
debiendo conducir los aviones de Panagra a muchos invitados
especiales que concurrirn a 1. celebraeln.
EN EL DA DE LA
ENFERMERA
La oportuna llegada de Macdonald Carey libra a Marta Toren
de los atrevimientos de Carl Esmond, en una tensa escena de
la pelcula "El Fantasma del Mar", de Universal-Internatio-
nal, con Robert Douglas en otro de los paple* principales.
^^^^ Hoy en el Teatro Tropical.
J) Prevenir a ios pueblos tras
ti teln de hierro que sus diri-
gentes estn empeados en gue-
rras de agresin y que el mun-
do Ubre resistir* ste delito.
S> Nuestra actuaein en -
tos momentos deeb ser de con-
solidacin de la gran mayor'?
ci las Naciones Unidas. HU.
mayora no es meramente de
parte de esa organizacin, sino
UPTON
tambin de las naciones con as
cuales podramos tener necesa-
riamente que contar como alia-
dos en caso que la Unin ou-
vltlca sobre nosotros.
"Adems, a raserva de crear la
potencia de nuestra seguridad
nacional, debemos actual cui
gran prudencia en lo que res-
pecta ampliar la zona de hosti-
lidades. Los pasos que podriun
Justificarse y que podran Jar
alguna ayuda a la campaa
de Corea podran no ser benefi-
ciosos si envolvieran a Jaun
o Europa Occidental en hostili-
dades en gran escala.
Reconocemos, por supuesto,
que podra no ser posible mili-
tarmente una resistencia con-
tinuada con las fuerzas lirriTia-
Gas con que usted tiene que en-
frentarse a los grahdes eJfcl-
tos chinos. Adems, en la uc-
tual situacin mundial, sus
juerzas deben conservarse con* o
Instrumento de defensa en el
Japn y otras partes".
"Blnembargo, algunos de los
importantes propsitos mencio-
nados arriba podran ser apo-
yados si usted pensara que mo-
ran prcticos y aconsejables
en la resistencia continuada
desde las Islas adyacentes a
Corea, particularmente dede
Cheju-Do si resultara imprcti-
to retener una parte importan-
te de la propia Corea"-
No Asma
En2

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Sabrosa Econmica Nutritiva
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Upton Frostee
U VERDAD ES...
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(Han y euano,eirvo alga de au
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garme alabanzas. Por ejemplo,
la sopa d ventalla qua lea
Serv rteienlamante...
Qu sabrosa!-exclamaron a
coro. Me halag muchsima,
POro demoa al Clear lo qua ai
del Csar. Le verdad a que se
deba a qua aquella opa era
opa de Vegetales Campbell's,
lal se lo dije, rapt estaba
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Esi ue Campbell' nace esta
deliolos* y nutritiva sepeles
expliqu cocinando muchos
vegetales distintos, en plena
madures, en un rico y substan-
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todo lo que tengo que hacer es
agregar Igual cantidad de agua,
calentarlo y a la mesa!
Pap gulA un ojo y>tBjo
Casi una coeaide completa.
Estudia usted modistera?
Se gana la vida como modista?
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"la Vida Es Sueo"
en el Nacional hoy
No es frecuente ver represen-
tada "La, Vida es Sueo", Joya
del teatro universal; ni mucho
menos con el decoro y fervor
artstico con que lo hace la
Compaa Lope de Vega. Queda
de su versin la calidad prodi-
giosa del Segismundo de Carlos
Lemos, la elevada tarea de sus
compaeros de escena, los ex-
celentes decorados del notabi-
simo Burman, el acierto de los
figurines de Vicente Viudes y la
gran labor de la direccin ar-
tstica de Jos Tamayo.
"La Vida es Sueo" ofrece al
lector cada vez que pasa su mi-
rada por sus versos, y al espec-
tador en los raros momentos
que tiene la fortuna de verla re-
presentada, un nuevo motivo de
atraccin y sugestin. Mgico
poder de lo clsico es esta pe-
renne vitalidad siempre, reno-
vada y sorprendente. La come-
dia fu escrita en tiempos del
arte barroco, el ms discutido dt
todos y acaso tambin el ms
Injustamente tratado por las
gentes posteriores a su poca.
"La Vida es Sueo" sin embar-
go, se salv del Juicio severo
que suscit el barroquismo lite-
rario en los dos siglos ltimos,
sustituido hoy por una actitud
critica ms sagaz y comprensiva.
Tan Indiscutibles son sus mri-
tos que, vestidos con el ropaje
barroco, se sostuvieron en pie,
fcilmente perceptible/ por los
pblicos ms diversos.
Carlos Lemos nos har sentir
los matices complejos y profun-
dos de este formidable carcter
Los dos monlogos: "Ay msero
de m. ay infelices", y ef de
Es verdad, pues reprimamos
esta fiera condicin...
Compartiendo el duelo na-
cional, la directiva de la Soc.
Nacional de Enfermeras sus-
pendi todos los homenajea q'
siempre tributa a las enfer-
meras del pas.
Aprovechamos este grandio-
so da, para reconocer una
vez ms. la Importancia de
sue labores; las euales de-
CASP
Para limplir la etapa y calmar la picazn!
Uve a cabeea y la de toa nioe coi la
w j . >. M" "'"01 cop ia pe
maijachinip PioJIna. Picaione en la cabci
7 al cuerpo; erupcloaia lerei en la old.Y
relie, y rajaaora. lo. pie.. Pioji;
liria, n.iiro, parluioi en la callea
irte, vflloiai. Compre PIOJIN. '
muestran que los Ideales de
Florence Nigthingale, son una
realidad en nuestro ambiente.
Que nuestro salado y feli-
citacin llegue, a cada una,
significando fraternidad, en-
grandeciendo as, la solidari-
dad sincera que siempre debe
acompaarnos.
La Directiva.
Mayo 11 de 1951.
La Gripe, a menudo, viene
tras de un resfriado Alivie
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ando pecho, cuello, V es-
palda ton VapoRub. Ayuda
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la Asms, calmar la tos.
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SE VENDE
Automvilea
SE VENDE:Renault 1949. En
perfectas condiciones. Sacrificio
B.500.00: Llame 3-1235 horas d*
oficina o 3-2503.
PERSIANAS VENECIANAS. Se ha-
cen a la medida y se refaccionan^
Se dan presupuestos. "Colon Wood
Sorvico". telfono 543-L. Calle
7a. No. 2003. Coln, R. P-
Hio sober por este medio que tengo
el tiquete No. 0758 de lo rifa del
carro Chrysler que se jug el da 6.
Virgilio Santos. ^^^____
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Streamliner azul. 4 puertas, llan-
tos nuevas, hidramitico. Para .ver-
lo Home de 8 a 12 p., m. y de
1 :30 a 5 p. m. Tel. 2-0860. De
5 en adelante. Tel. 3-2458. i
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
SE VENDE;Bote-motor, 20 pies.
revisado, equipado para pesco,
nuevas condiciones. sacrificio.
Averige coso 752-C Corretero
Balboa.

La separacin
S aceptaren propuestas en la oficino
del Gerente General del Deporta-
ment de Comisariatos, situado en mient0 ha sido fuente de lntran-
de tradiciones cristianas y sepa-
re del cargo de Director de En-
seanza Secundaria, al sr.
Francisco Daz, cuyo nombra-
SE NECESITA
General
Excelante oportunidad vendedor entra
21 y 30 de edad que habla ingls
y espocl con educacin secunda-
rio. Sueldo y comisin 8.150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Ponama.
SE NECESITA:Tubera de .4 pulga-
dos barata y buenas condiciones.
Carretera Juan Dial 5170.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Durante los sucesos de
ayer 10 de Mayo en la Plaza de
Herrera un par de anteojos negros
en un estuche. Buena gratificacin
quien lo devuelva a la Ca. Le-
fevre. Colle A No. 5.__________
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorro independien-
te pora dos personas sin hijos.' Co-
lle Estudente 105
panadera Ancn.
arribo de la
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto amoblado, en-
trada reparado, pora soltero, calle
del Estudiante 73 Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILAN:Magnficos cuartos
frente ol mar, toda comodidod pa-
re matrimonio o jvenes honora-
bles. No. 5 primero escolera Ploia
2 de Enero.
SF. ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente
paro honbre solo o parejo sin ni-
os. 14 Oeste No. 51. B.'15.00. 3-
1001.
SE ALQUILA:En Avenido Per 68-
B. Cuarto grande, cocina, comedor.
entrado y servicio independiente, lu
y gas. Linda visto, mucho aire, po-
tio odelante y atrs. Telfono 3-
0276.
Mt. Hope, Zona del Conol, hasta
las 3:00 de la tarde del martes,
<29 d* mavo de 1951. para suplir
,.620.000 libros, o alternativamente
3I0000 libros de Aicar Fina Gra-
quillad para los hogares cris-
tianos de nuestra patria.
El tiempo ha demostrado, que
la protesta elevada por el pue-
blo catlico, por el nombra-
pormenor
oficina del Supply & Service Direc-
tor en Balboa Heights, o en la ofi-
cina del Gerente General de Comi-
sariatos en Mount Hope. Zona oel
Conal.
nuloda. Los formularios para ha- i miento del Sr. Diaz, se ha justi-
cer dichas propuestas, con todos ios. ficado, plenamente, ya que el
pormenores, podrn obtenerseen lo Sr. Daz no satisfizo las aspira -
racionei del magisterio, y su
permanencia en ese elevado
cargo es un reto a las tradicio-
nes democrticas y cristianas de
la Nacin, poroue l u la cau-
sa ocasional, de la expulsin
inesperada de dos ilustrados sa-
cerdotes.
Apelamos a su ecuanimidad y
al sentimiento cristiano de sus
piadosos progenitores, para ser
atendidos en nuestra justa as-
piracin
Con sentimiento de nuestra
SE ALQUILA
Casas
El onceno Sao
Paulo jugar el
Martes en Madrid
MADRID. Mayo 12 iUP> El
equipo 8aopaulo Jugar el pr-
ximo martes en la festividad de
San Isidro Patrono de Madrid
frente al equipo Atltico Madri-
leo, ganador del campeonato
de la Liga, diputndose una co-
pa ofrecida por el Avuntamlen-
to de la Capital de Espaa.
El partido ha sido organizado
por la Asociacin de la Prensa
de Madrid. Los directivos del
Club Brasileo se alojaron en
Madrid, y los jugadores se con-
cretaron en el planto en un
lugar de las afueras de la capi-
tal alejndose asi del bullicio de
las fiestas que actualmente se
esta celebrando.
SE ALQUILA:Espacioso residencia,
completamente amoblada, en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de 1.
000 metros de csped y jordin. 3
recmaras con dos baos, 2 ha-
bitociones poro el servicio, con su
correspondiente b a o; cocino
grande. desayunador; vestibulo;
comedor, sola, oficina; garage y
dos terroias, situada entre Poitillo
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o mis tiempo y es-
tar listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.___________________________
SE VENDE
Artculo He Caaa
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, solo, comedor, recmara, coci-
na, bao y patio. Ave. Jos de
Fbrega 14, Pasadeno.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento: dos re-
cmaras, porch, comedor, cocina,
servicio. B.50.00. Via Aeropuerto
Poitillo No. 15. Telfono 3-1352.
i ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenido Central 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento moder-
no. Calle 47 No. 3, sola, comedor,
2 recmaras, cuarto, servicio, ga-
rage, te. Tel. 3-3338.
En cualquier
consideracin y aprecio, nos
suscribimos de S.S. Affas y ob- SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje.
secuentes servidores. geradoro Westinghouse y
Federacin de Damas de Accin muebles. Calle 8o., y Melendez, co-
Catlica de anan. so 8067 Apto. 11. Colon.
Refrl-
Otros
al Norte de Sel en el frente
central.
Los aviones aliados arcaron
los cielos de Corea buscando
las concentraciones comunistas.
Estos aviones lograron bajar en
medio del intenso fuego anti-
areo sobre Munsan y otras
reas del frente central que se
encontraban cubiertas de humo.
La 5a. Fuerza Area logr
ms de 300 incursiones hasta
el medioda de hoy, y alegan
haber dado muerte .. ms de
220 rojos.
Los escuadrones de combate
T bombardeo aliados estn pre-
parados para cualquier ofensi-
va area de los comunistas.
Durante la noche atacaron a
otros siete campos de tterri-
zale en Core*a del Norte.
Uno de les aviones de reco-
nocimiento aliado, el cual lo- ,
ir pasar por entre la corti- ,
na de fuego de los comunistas ,
en el frente central, inform
que las fuerzas comunistas se
estaban movilizando hacia ei
Sur desde la represa de Hwa-
chon hasta el sector al Norte
y noreste de Chunchon en il-
las continuas.
Los rojos rechazaron a las
patrullas de las Naciones Uni-
das en los frentes central y i
occidental ayer y libraron una '
enconada batalla en el frente
oriental.
Sin embargo, una de las pun-
tas de lanza aliada penetr
hasta milla y media de Ka- '
pyong, 12 millas al Sur del Pa-
ralelo 38 en el frente occidental i
sin encontrar resistencia algu-
IP? L-J Hi i
Jja. T-
/
[ = ^.%yi f -^SWIt"^ te
"*" a "
L R
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PRIMAVERA EN PARIS.Cuando los botes se limpian, es se-
al de que la primavera ya lleg en Pars. Estos nios franceses
contemplan la tarea y esperan pasear por el lago de los Bosques
de Bologne.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento, solo,
comedor, recmaro y garage. Colle
46 No. 27. Infrmese la mismo ca-
sa,.oportamtnto 8.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Por seis semanas apar-
tamento de 2 recmaros, comple-
tamente omoblado. Llame el 3-
2026 despus de las 5 p. m.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera
personas. Referencios.
Ecuador No. 16.
para dos
Avenido
SE NECESITA:Empleodo para tra-
bajo domstico en Chitr. Acudo
Calle 48 No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Carguera pora cui-
dar nio, debe dormir en el tra-
bajo. Colle 46 caso 45.
SE NECESITA:Carguero para nia
de 2 aos y medio. Debe dormir
en la cosa. Calle 52 finol casa 22
Compo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Una empleoda en
lo calle 46 No. 19, Apto. 3, Bella
Visto.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro ser-
viejo que duermo en el trabajo,
Avenido Manuel lecza 18,
po Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepa
cocinar bien y hacer el servicio. Fa-
milia pequea, calle 52 final con
colle Ricardo Arias, Compo Alegre
No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo poro co-
cinor y osear la caso. Preferible que
duerma en empleo. Colle la. No.
12.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda paro cui-
dar nio de 3 oos, debe dormir en
el empleo. Ocurra colle 44 No. 9,
apartamento 12.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
ifc ALQUILAN:Exclus.vomonte po-
ro otemos tocles cntricos er> loa
altos do Avenido Control 44 o
precios mdicos Solicitan tnto-
mocion en Almacenas 5 y 10 con-
tuvo!.
Locles comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semeno y Super Mercado Colido-
nio; tambin en Rio Abo|o,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. do Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Local paro oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local. Paro infor-
mes llame Tal. 2-3143. calle Co-
de No. 4.
SE ALQUILA.-^-Planto baja en colle
Carlos A. Mendoza para dep-
sito u oficina. Llama 2-3437
Piden en EL UU.
fijar precios en
lugares visibles
WASHINGTON, Mayo 12 (UP)
El Gobierno orden a ms de
un milln de establecimientos
de servicios, tales como barbe-
ras, estaciones de gasolina, tre-
nes de lavado, solares para esta-
cionamiento de automviles, fi-
jar en parte visible sus precios
mximos de manera que el p-
blico pueda informarse debida-
mente.
Dicha orden ha de quedar
cumplida para el 16 de Junio.
Simultneamente, la divisin
de estadstica de trabajo infor-
m que el promedio de precios
al por mayor ha descendido a
0.3 por ciento en la semana que
termin el martes ltimo, en
parte debido al descenso en los
precios de ganado y carnes.
El Montezuma
jugar maana
en Catn, Z. C.
El equipo "Montezuma" Juga-
r maana en Qatn Zona del
Canal, por lo cual el director de
este conjunto cita a todos loa
Jugadores a las 7 am. en la f-
rica de Licores.
Este choque es importante por
lo cual se notifica a todos loa
jugadores para que asistan pun-
i lualment*.
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que Ud. necesita!
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o La ms acreditada,
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Ganadores de los
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EHMI
LAS EMOCIONES DE LOS GANADORES DE LOS "SCARES"Considerados como la mejor actri
n el mejor actor de cine de 1950 por la Academia de Artes y Ciencias Cinematogrficas, Judy Holli-
day y Jos Ferrer, actualmente en Nueva York, reciben la noticia de haber ganado los dos "Osea-
res" mximos. Judy estrella de "Nacida Ayer", alegremente le retuerce la nariz a Jos Ferrer, que
recibi el premio por su actuacin en "Cyrano de Bergerac". A la derecha: Judy rompe a llorar da
emocin cuando intilmente trat de decir unas palabras ante un micrfono, ai recibir la noticia
del premio. (International)

GANAN "SCARES" POR SUS
PAPELES COMPLEMENTARIOS.
En Hollywood, Josephine Hull
(derecha) sonre llena de orgu-
llo cuando Dean Jagger le en-
trega el premio de la Academia
do Artes y Ciencias Cinematogr-
ficas por su actuacin como me-
jor actriz complementaria de
1950. Su Osear se debe a so re-
presentacin en "Harvey". Geor-
ge Sanders (abaje) fu honrado
como el mejor actor complemen-
tario por sn papel en "La Malva-
da" (All About Eve) declarada
eomo la mejor pelcula nortea-
mericana de 1950. (Internatio-
nal).
Por la Salud Popular
Protjase contra las epidemias
En qu consisten las epidemias.
Cules son las personas ms
sensibles a ellas.Costumbre
que va siempre contra lt> sa-
lud infantil. Conocimientos
que el pblico debe tener so-
bre la presencia y propagan-
da de las epidemias.La ne-
cesidad de colaboracin genr
ral.
Se entiende por epidemia el
incremento, en nmero de in-
tensidad, de una enfermedad.
Una de sus principales caracte-
rsticas es la de afectar por pa-
rejo a la mayora, o por lo me-
nos un nmero crecido, de In-
dividuos, sin respetar edades,
sexos, ni condiciones, haciendo
particulares estragos en los me-
nos defendidos, como son los
ancianos, los nios y los debili-
tados generales por diversas
causas. El organismo Infantil es.
por razn de su breve contacto
con la vida, el ms frgil v de
ah la importancia de las me-
didas tomadas por su defensa
en casos de epidemias.
Esta situacin particular nos
trae a la memoria, para criticar-
la, una costumbre muy nuestra,
de psimas reptrcuslones para la
salud infantil; se trata de.la tan
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 y 2" x 8
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
comn, de llevar a reuniones de
adultos, tales como cines, desfi-
les, bazares, procesiones, misas,
etc., nios de brazoB. cuyo pe-
queo organismo es receptculo
indefenso de todos los microbios
que abundan en esos sitios de
ambiente confinado, carentes de
toda circulacin de aire. El nio
en los primeros meses de la vida
se comporta como una planta,
ms que como un animal, y ex-
poner sus nacientes defensas a
una lucha prematura en reunio-
nes donde se codean Individuos
sanos Con enfermos de toda cla-
se, revela por lo menos una Ig-
norancia lamentable.
be ordinario se vive en un am-
biente cargado ei peligro de las
enfermedades; por todas partes
se encuentran esputos de tuber-
culosos, llenos de bacilos, que
pueden llegar a la nariz con el
impulso de una simple corriente
de aire: deposiciones de disen-
tricos que infectan el agua aue
luego se bebe sin hervir, etc. To-
dos estos demritos de destruc-
cin slo esperan la chispa para
iniciar el incendio de grandes
proporciones que constituye las
epidemias. Entonces, puede pre-
guntarse, cules condiciones son
necesarias para producirlas? En
primer lugar, la presencia de.
germen causante (bacilo tuber-
culoso, de la fiebre tifoidea, vi-
rus de la grippe, etc.). y su con-
servacin en condiciones que les
permitan reproducir la enfer-
medad: en segundo, la transmi-
sin por las diversas vias: v. en
tercero, circunstancias de los in-
dividuos que lo reclebn. Y sobre
estos aspectos el grueso pblico
debe conocer el mayor nmero
de conocimientos prcticos.
La presencia del germen se
descubre por la produccin en
el organismo de los diversos sin-
, tomas de la enfermedad, para
: cuya identificacin precisa es
indispensable acudir o llamar al
mdico, cuando, por ejemplo, al-
gn miembro de la familia se
queje de escalofri presente lie-
bre alta y de aparicin brusca,
i acompaada de quebrantamlen-
1 to general, dolores lumbares v
catarro nasal, y simultneamen-
te se est desarrollando una e-
Dldemla de grippe en la regln.
lo ms Indicado es llamar al fa-
cultativo y evitar el avance so-
lapado de la enfermedad hasta
complicaciones graves. Con esto
ya hav base segura para aten-
der a las diversas,vias de trans-
misin del mal. Si se trata de
las enfermedades llamada* "a-
blertas". tales como las locali-
dades en la boca, nariz y vias
respiratorias o pulmn, como su-
cede con la tuberculosis, el cata-
1 rro comn v la grippe, o las lo-
, causadas en el tubo digestivo.
I en las cuales el enfermo es un
foco permanente que Irradia ba-
' ellos y virus en sus esputos, en
su toa, en tus deposiciones, el
aislamiento de la comunidad f
las medidas de desinfeccin da
las persones que lo atienden y
de los eleemntos de aseo y da
ropa v mesa, se hacen Indispen-
sables. Y si se trata de enfer-
medades1 "cerradas", para cuya
transmisin es necesario la me-
diacin de un agente, como su
cede con el zancudo del paludis-
mo, los piojos en el tifo exantf-
mtico. las ratas con la peste,
etc.. el conocimiento de las m-a
eras de destruir esa cadena
hombre-animal-hombre, es da
suma importancia.
Y queda por analizar el asunto
de la forma como los individuos
van a recibir los embates del
contagio. Hay varios tipos de de-
fensa personal frente a una en-
fermedad, pero grosso modo sa
puede decir que los ms fuer-
tes, los mejor nutridos, son me-
nos atacados que los debilitado
y mal nutridos y es a stos a
quienes mayores precauciones
defensivas deben rodear. Por
otra parte, existe la resistencia
de ciertas' razas ante algunas
enfermedades y la de ciertos In-
dividuos, y la inmunidad, consis-
tente en la produccin dentro
del organismo de defensa para
dominar la invasin, por haber?
tenido antes contacto con ella,
ya en forma de enfermedad co-^,
mo sucede con los que han siN'
trido viruela o fiebre amarii'a1
ya en forma de contacto lentdr
V progresivo, va por la vacuna-
cin, uno de los ms maravillo-
sos medios modernos de preven-
cin.
En caso de epidemias, la base
del xito estriba en la colabora-
cin inteligente del pblico con
las autoridades sanitarias v con
el cuerpo mdico.
c. v. a.
Ftbol en Espaa'
Resultados de los Cuartos da
Final de Copa de Espaa.
Real Sociedad de San Sebas-
tin 3; Santander 0.
Real Madrid 1; Atltico de Ma-
drid 1.
Barcelona 4; Atltico de Te.
tun t.
Atltico de Bilbao 2; Sporting
de Gijn 1.
Como consecuencia de estos
resultados teca jugar las Semi-
finales de la Copa de Espaa a
los equipos: Real Sociedad m
San Sebastin y Real Madrid;
Barcelona y Atltico de Bilbao,
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas


SBADO. MATO It. 1M1
D. PANAMA AMERICA OIASIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
El Ftbol Tiene Para Maana Un Extenso
Programa De Juegos En Todos Los Circuitos
En la la. juegan
Durad v$. Pacfico
y Aneen vs. Huracn
La* actividades deportiva*
reanudan hoy con partida* de
Softball y Baseball y continua-
rn maana con Interesante* en
, cuentres de Ftbol. BaaebaU y
un programa de Carreras cuyo
vento principal ser el Claaleo
-Sociedad de Dueos de Caba-
llos de Carrera".
Para hoy tenemos juego de
Softball de los Bomberos entre
10* equipos Compaa No. 6 vs
Banda de Cornetas. El baaeball
infantil de Santa Rita ofrece
juegos en los circuitos Infantiles
Seml-InfantUes e Intermedia,
rutbol Menor en Barraza y ca-
rreras en Juan Franco.

Para maana el Ftbol ofrece-
r la mayor parte de loe eventos
con juego* de la. entre Pacifico
vs Dtranl y Ancn vs Huracn
en las horas de la tarde en el
latadlo Olmpico; partidos da
a*, entre Hispano Jr. vs Ancn
Jr. y Amrica vs Santander en
las horas de la maana; el Ora-
torio Festivo tiene un progra-
ms de seis partidos; Igualmente
el Chorrillo presentara atrac-
k tivo* cotejos de sus dos circui-
tos.
La Liga de Baseball de San
Felipe continuar con el juego
Veteranos vs ptica Sosa; la Li-
ga de Celidonia tiene anuncia-
dos tambin interesantes juegos.
En La Chorrera se seguir el
Campeonato invernal con los jue
os Balboa vs Chin y Unin vs
uente.
Atleta Argentino
competir hoy en
importante prueba
PRENSO, California 12 de
Mayo (UP) El argentino Al-
heno Trlulzi se enfrtntar hoy
al campen olmpico Dick A-
ttlesey y a otros destacado* a-
tleta* de los Estados Unido* en
la carrera de 100 yarda* con
valla* alta* del torneo entre las
Universidades y cole glos ci)
Oeste de lo* Estados Unidos que
se celebrar en esta ciudad por
iu vigsima quinta ve*.
Alesey estableci marca de 13
segundos y medio para esn
competencias en este torneo el
ao pasado. En la misma par-
ticiparn adems Cralg Dixon
cstaella olmpica que represen-
tar al club atltlco de loa An-
gele* y Art Barnard de la U-
veraidad de California Meri-
dional. Trlulri representar al
colegio de Santa Brbara.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
For BE1C rCJJtOA
Vor cause, que ya todos deben
conocer, esta columna que debi
aparecer en la edicin de ayer
sale a la luz hoy.
tCuevaoiente estn de plce-
. me* los deportistas, con el nom-
bramiento del Ing. Norberto Na-
varro quien ha vuelto a ocupar
la cartera del Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas. No hay duda
que el Ingeniero Navarro trata-
ra, tan pronto se Instale en su
despacho, de adelantar las Obras
Deportiva* que desde su .atilda
de ese Mtefctert, se quedaron
estancada*. Adems es necesa-
rio Ingeniero Navarro, que usted
como buen deportista haga rea-
lidad la* promesa* que su colega
Celso Carbonell hiciera a una
Comisin de la Liga Provincial
de Basketball, como fu la de
reparar cuanto antes #1 Gimna-
sio Nacional, y* que la nueva
temporada se Inaugurar el 19
del me* en curso, y es lamen-
table el estado de abandono en
que se encuentra dicho coliseo.
El techo es una coladera, el
piso sucio lo mismo que las gra-
deras y esos remiendos que es-
tan all desde hace ya ms de
un ao es necesario que sufran
reparacin Inmediata. No duda-
mos que usted, como todo un
gran deportista, sabr como or-
aenar las reparaciones y ade-
lantar nuestras obras deportl-
, vas.
Ofrecemos aunque un poco,
tarde nuestros pronsticos para
las carreras de hoy Sbado:
1 oROMNTICO... por su
anterior no* gusta. ..Risita.. .a
,, lo mejor se re; 2aARQUIME-
1 DES, es de lote superior...Tap
Girl.. enemigo de cuidado; 3a
CONTRABANDO.. .busca su pri-
mer xito. Pon la Olla...el
tuerto va a coslnar; 4aPOLI -
3CO.. .esta en su temporada...
nely Molly...por su anterior
puede; 5aCAMARU puede ca-
minar aqui. Rathllng Light...
hueso duro de roer; 8aALLI-
NOMAS...a dnde ...Don Toto
.. contreras lo har volar; 7a
CURACA... el ms fiJo...Dai-
' quiri.. .no creo que sorprende al
nuestro; 8*STELLA... gan
fcil su anterio...Manolete...
enemigod e cuidado; 9aMOS-
QUETON el mejor del lote...
Welsh Fox...puede como no
puede loaANWEE N...Bolvar
retorna con triunfo.. .Opex (e)
au place fijo: HMILROS... su
anterior perdi por jinete...
lanchopaja.. .peligroso.
* Con las tutordades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
ConatnrcdB se aa Sertlei*
Sanitario en el Campe Se
Jseges ia 8ANTA RITA
Egipto pas a la
segunda vuelta
de la Copa Davis
OSLO, Mayo 12 (UP) Eip-
il pas a la segunda vuelta ae
ias eliminaciones de la zona
europea por la Copa Davis al
vencer a Noruega en tenis por
3 partido* a 2.
Adly Shafel venci a Joahn
Haanes por 8-1, 8-4, 7-5 y este
partido asegur al triunfo
egipcio.
En el ltimo partido el no-
ruego Jan Staubo derrot a
Mrcel Coen por 4-8, 8-S, 8-3 y
8-1,
CITACIONES
Uga Provincial de Basketball
Pide a todos sus directores y
representantes de equipos de la
categora mayor la asistencia a
una importante reunin el pr-
ximo Lunes a las 7:30 de la
noche en el Saln de Recreo
os la Planta de la Cervecera
Balboa. Se ruega la puntual a-
sutencia.
Basketball Meoor
Se cita "a Wdor'tos fepres?n-
tante* de equipo* de la *egun-
da categora inscrito* para la
prxima temporada Provincial,
a una reunin el prximo mar-
tes a las 5:00 de la tarde en el
Gimnasio Nacional. Se encarece
ia asistencia de todos.
Los Medias Blancas Empataron
El Tercer Lugar Al Derrotar
a Los Indios T Carreras a 1
Servicio de la Prensa UaMa i
Dizzy Trout permiti cuatro
incoglbles y los Tigres derrota-
ron a lo* Carmelita* por ano-1
tacln de 7 carrera* a 1. Vic
Wert* conect un jonrn. Trout
no permiti carreras deade 1 se-
gundo episodio y solamente con-
cedi do* incoglbles ms.
Loo Media* Blanca* se movie-
ron hacia el tercer lugar cuando
Joe Dobsou permiti un solo in-
comible para vencer a los Indios
por anotacin de 12 carrera* a 1,
en su mejor presentacin en to-
da su carrera en la* Grandes
Liga*. Dobson estuvo a punto
de propinar el segundo no hit
no run de esta temporada cuan-
do con dos outs en el octavo
episodio el emergente Beto Avi-
la conecto un doble. La nica
carrera do los Indio* entr en
el noveno episodio. Orestes Ml-
lso a quien los Indios vendie-
ron fu el mejor bateador de
los Medias Blancas con un tri-
ple, dos sencillo* y empuj dos
carreras. Alfonso Carrasquel
tambin conect un triple y do*
sencillos Los Medias Blanca* tu-
vieren una racha de siete carre-
ra en el sptimo episodio.
ro habla ms juegos seala-
do* _____
En la Liga Nacional
Cliff Chambers quien lanz de
"no hit no run" para los Pirata*
el domingo pasado descubri
3ue la fama es pasajera cuando
esde el primer episodio recibi
un sencillo y perdi finalmente
por anotacin de 10 carrera* a
4 con los Cachorros de Chicago.
Chambers recibi cuatro hits
ms en el segundo episodio por
lo cual fu removido. Andy Paf-
ko conect dos cuardangulares
en el partido. Bob Ru*h obtuvo
u segundo triunfo de este ao.
Todos los otros partidos de
la Liga Nacional fueron pos-
puestos por lluvia.
El Hispano Jr. Debuta Mna.
En El Campeonato De Ftbol
Menor Frente Al Ancn Jr.
LIGA PBOV. DE BASKETBALL
Informa a todos los miembros
directores e interesados que se
reunir el prximo lunes a la
misma hora y lugar de siempre
y que ltimamente no ha podi-
do reunirse por los sucesos de
todos conocido*.
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
FTBOL MENOR
PBOV. DE PANAMA
G. E. P. l'ts.
Alemn ..........t I
Ancn Jr.........1 8 0 2
Santander .......0 1 1
Ambato ..........*1 1 1
Pacifico Jt....... 1
Hispano Jr- ...... -
El onceno Hispano Jr. debu-
tar maana en el Campeonato
de Ftbol de Segunda Calci-
lla de la Liga Provincial de
Fanam con el juego que ws-
tendr frente al aguerrido e-
quIpo Ancn Jr.. en el egun-
00 encuentro del Programa ae
Maana en el Estadio-Olmpi-
co
En el primer encuentro el'.!
dia se medirn Amrica y San-
tander comentando a las 8:16
a.m.
En el segundo juego que prin-
cipiar a las 10:15 a.m. los an-
conlatas menores defendern Mi
Invicto a la vez que lucharn
para empatar el comando de ios
acciones; en este cotejo actua-
r de arbitro Alfredo Harrison
En el otro partido servir Ue
arbitro Jimnez.
La justa fwnercial de softball se
reanudar el lunes con dos partidos
Social Deportiva
EL CLUB SOCIAL-DEPORTTVO
"LA MINA DE ORO" OFRECE
BAILE BOY X MARAA
Para obtener fondos para la
compra de tiles y dems ac-
cesorios para sus equipos de Ba-
se y Ftbol, el Club Deportivo
"La Mina de Oro" ofrece esta
noche y maana domingo un
gran baile que ser amenizado
por la popular Orquesta de Emi-
lio Reales y su cantante el Toti
Colonense.
.Los muchachos de Arraljn In-
vitan por este medio a todos sus
amigos y simpatizadores para
estos actos bailables que tendrn
lugar en el pintoresco pueblo de
Arraljn, al lado de la Telegra-
fa.
DEF. QUINTO PATIO
Informa a bus simpatizadores.
aficionado* y deportista* en ge-
neral que el gran baile que et
organizando, se realizar el 2 de
JUNIO, y no esta noche como
errneamente se public ayer.
La Serie final por el Cam-
peonato de la Liga Comercial
de Softball se reanudar el pit-
xlmo lunes con los partidor.
CERRUD vs. DURAN
7 p.m.
PATCO vs, CONTROL
8:45 p.m.
Como de costumbre eeto dos
encuentros e desarrollarn en
el cuadro de Santa Rita.
La Serle final que se esin
Muchacho de 15
haber amenazado
hpico Alfred G.
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 12 (UP)
Las autoridades federales ?-
nunclaron que han arreatado a
un muchacho de 15 aos al cual
se ha acusado de haber amena-
zado al acaudalado deportuta
i.ipico Alfred O. VanderbUt con
matarlo si no le daba 10 Uf
dlares.
Los Agentes de la Oficina Fe-
deral de Investigaciones detu-
vieron al muchacho que porta-
oa un juguetft en forma de pis-
tola en el Hipdromo Belinuiit
donde habla dicho a Vander-
bilt por carta que le llevara el
dinero. Loa. agentes que no qui-
sieron revelar el nombre del
muchacho dijeron que la carta
de este a VanderbUt dice en
disputando esos cuatro conjun-
tos, se inici- el pasado lunes
con dos juegos cuyos resultado
fueron: Cernid 13 Control 12
Pateo 28 Duran 13
Los juego* del martes para
decidir el Torneo son Duran
v*. Control y Pateo vs Cerrud.
En caso de empate en los pri-
meros puestos, los partidos ar-
chivos se efectuar entonce el
mircoles.
aos acusado de
al acaudalado
Vanderbilt
parte asi: "81 Ud. cuenta uto
a alguien lo matar y mature
a quien lo quente y si no tiene
el dinero lo matar. P.D. Esto
no es una broma".
El muchacho admiti haber
escrito la carta a VanderbUt
en esta que llevara el dinero a
la puerta principal de entrada
al hipdromo el 10 de Mayo a
las 8 pm. Dijo que a el se le
ocurri la idea de hacer eco
c'espus de ver el retrato de
Vanderbilt en una revista hpi-
ca hace dos semanas.
ILtviitidis it Moche!
Ayude i sus Moms
mpn> haauuM m totiu dal
Miel
. -J 4cMN 7 oaoa a 1 IHMIl, for maalo 4* loa
auava mlllanaa a ttalimtM tukoe
M riflMMC SI MM lULMn
_ nar-
vlaaida*. 4t\nm 4a atara**, ajara*,
laa oan
1 Tajan k> hae
ntadu aatwna*. na
_* *
(I do a 1
l'jrtlaa.
aufrlr a*a
loalda,
ar! a ardor an loa eoMueToaTilY-
aaoasMad da aatlmulaatt
naba Cyst.
__* ai ieMU re T le*
Wmm cea la racat m*W llamada
tanta da loa rifanaa y pejtattra aara
la Irrita*** faadenaJ iaja ,|lT"
vlaa tirtnarlaa an aatada da aaitaa.
Oyatax aatlafacar* a uta* computa-
Cyst ex SJ/E
Don Cockell y
Nick Barone se
enfrentarn el 5
LONDRES, Mayo 12 (UP)
El promotor Jack Salomon a-
nuncl que el campen britni-
co y europeo peso semipesado
Don Cockell se enfrentar a
diez asaltos el 5 de Junio ac
al norteamericano Nick Baiune
El encuentro ser uno de los
principales en el programa
carnaval de campeones" en
que el argentino Csar Biln
se enfrentar en pelea estelar
ai campen britnico y euroueo
peso pesado Jack Gardner.
Equipo de Golf
de E. U. aventaja
en un Torneo
BIRKDALE, Inglaterra Mayo
12 (UP) El equipo de gol!
de los Estados Unidos logro una
ventaja de dos a cero sobre el
de Oran'Bretaa en la prime-
ra vuelta del torneo por la Co-
pa Walker gracia* a su capitn
Willie Turnesa y al campen a-
mateur de lo* Estados Unido*
Sin Urzetta.
Los norteamericanos termi-
naron el primer dia de lucha
ganando do* de lo* cuatro par-
tido* en parejas y ae dividieron
lo* otros do*. Bato dio a ellos
do* del mximo posible de cuc-
tro punto* pues no ae anotan
punto* en caso da dividirse ho-
nores en partido* en parejas.
Turneas y Urzetta vencieron
a loe veterano* Jim Brueh y
John Morgan por S a 4 mien-
tras que Dick C'napman y Bob
Knowless vendan a Alex Kyle
c Jan Caldwell por un golpe.
Frank Stranahan y Bill Camp-
cell de loe Estaos Unidos se di-
vidieron honores con Rounl
White y Jo* Carr y Charles Coe
y Jim Mlchale hicieron lo mie-
nto con Cecil Ewlng y John
Lnagley'
La Liga de Baseball
de Santa Rila cierra
Inscripciones el 20
Por S. B. IVALDI J._
El da 20 del presente mes
cierra sus inscripciones la Liga
de Baseball para aficionados de
Santa Rita que preside el entu-
siasta deportista Toms Muoz.
Hasta la fecha solamente se
har ecibldo solicitud de Inscrip-
cin de los Clubes Azteca Gra-
nillo, (Campeones y sub-Cam-
peones de la pasada temporada)
A.P.C. y Panamefilstas (Campeo-
nes de la Menor). Para la cate-
gora Mayor, Azteca Jr. y Gra-
nillo Jr. para la Menor.
El seor Muoz Presidente de
la Liga nos inform que tiene
contratos para todas aquellas
personas que deseen lncrlblr
equipos y que pueden solicitar
los mismos en su residencia Ca-
lle 17 frente al Campo de Jue-
gos de Santa Rita, a la mayoh
brevedad posible.
Tambin informa a los Inte-
resados que el dia de Inaugura-
cin de la nueva Temporada en-
tregar los Trofeos y Medallas
a los equipos y personas que ten
gan derecho a ello* siempre y
cuando no estn en mora con la
Liga.
Red Panamericana
llene les
"leiores programas
COURVOISIER
Trie BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.S.O.P. NAPOLEON
N**S*fi**
PANAMA
Distribuidores:
ca. cyrnos. s. a
colon
"El genial muletazo"
Presentamos en esta ocasin
esta mule tazo que fu creacin
del diestro mexicano Lorenzo
Garza, uno de los ms destaca-
dos mulatero* de todo* los
tiempo*. *
El pase que hoy ofrceme* a
nuestros lectores es el llamado
"El genial muletazo" y en et>U
aguafuerte de nuestro aprecia-
ble colaborador, el dibujante
taurino Alberto Restrepo pode-
mos darnos perfecta cuenta de
la vistosidad y la elegancia u
contiene.
Este como algunos otros pa-
ses del repertorio ae Lorenzo 'El
Magnfico", son utilizados con
frecuencia por su creador y
siempre son recibidos con gran-
des ovaciones por su contenido
y magnifica ejecucin-
Su realizacin es de desen-
volvimiento lento, pero est De-
no de vistosidad y colorido co-
mo los lances que ejecutar en
sus tiempos el "Orfebre Tapa-
to" Pepe Ortiz, de muy grata
recordacin en los principales
centros taurinos del mundo.
PICADOR
Comunicado sobre
la licitacin de los
juegos de basket
..La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball ha dado a conocer el si-
guiente Comunicado en relacin
con la Licitacin de la Trans-
misin de los partidos de Pri-
mera Categora para la prxi-
ma Temporada que se inaugu-
rar el prximo sbado 19 de
Mayo.
COMUNICADO
De la Liga Provincial de Basket
ball de Panam.
Por medio de la cual lnlor-
ma a los interesadas, que el Ar-
ticulo 9 de la Licitacin para
la Transmisin de los Juegos do
basketball de la primera Cate-
gora de la Temporada de 1951,
donde se pide a los que entren
en la licitacin, la Inclusin de
i los locutores que van a traba-
jar en dichas transmisiones, que
dicha parte ha sido excluida y,
por lo tanto loa interesados no
estn en la obligacin de Incluir
en su propuesta, lo* nombres
de los narradores que actuarn
durante esos juegos.
Humberto Tejada,
Secretarlo.
Gaviln y Bratton estn
en magnficas condiciones
El Deportivo Pacfico
suspende una funcin
El Club Deportivo Pacfico in-
forma que la funcin matinal
que se llevara a cabo maana
en el Teatro Cecilia ha sido
pospuesta para el prximo do-
mingo, 20 de mayo de 1951.
(.avilan demuestra vern
velocidad en sus
ejercicios
NUEVA JERSEY, Mayo 13
(UP) El campen welter cu-
bano Kld Gaviln boxe seis
asaltos, tres con el mediano
Ben Jones y tres contra el wel-
ter Richie Anderson. En sus e-
jerciclos demostr gran velo-
cidad y potencia
Segn declar a los periois-
tas trabajar hoy con dos nue-
vos auxiliares y descansar el
domingo.
Gaviln que se enfrentara a
Johnny Bratton el dia 18 de
Mayo por el campeonato mun-
dial peso welter dijo que se en-
cuentra en magnificas condi-
ciones. Su peso es de 149 libras,
Bratton practica con el
cubano O. Zulueta
5 asaltos
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 12 (UP)
Johnny Bratton campen
mundial peso welter segn 1*
A ocla clon Nacional de boxea
hizo ocho asaltos de guantes t-
yer como parte de su prepaia-
cin por la discusin de la co-
rona mundial de loa welU.a
contra el cubano Kld Gaviiun.
Dijo que se sentia "muy sael-
to. rpido y dispuesto" despus
de haber hecho tres aia.tos
contra el mediado Al Wilson y
5 contra el liviano cubano Cr-
iando Zulueta que tiene un.gui-
pe bolo parecido al de Gaviln.
Bratton est pesando 4t
libras.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
Escuche ESTA NOCHE a las nueve en la Zarzuela del Sbado...
LA VERBENA DE LA PALOMA,
con las estrellas del Teatro Lrico Espaol
CORA RAGA y EMILIO VENDRELL
Coordinacin de Emilio Daz. Narrador: Ramn Levy
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita'
la [Red Panamericana


PACroA t
*L PANAMA AMERICA MAMO WOWENMENtB
RABABO. MATO 12, IMS
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
HOY SABAI'O
P.M.
'S:S0
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45
5:00
5:15
5:30
Ritmos del Norte
('urrcrL
Panchlto Rlset y su
conjunto
Carrera
Msica variada
Carrera
Xavier Cugat y
Orquesta
Carrera
Ritmos populares

ID
6:30 Canciones favoritas
7:00 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:15 Msica variada
7:30 Cantares de Espaa
7:45 Los trovadores de Cuyo
8:00 Msica exquisita
8:15 Boleros
8:30 Ritmos tropicales
9:90 La Verbena de la Paloma
Zarzuela
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
TROPICAL
HOY!
ArumtMo y Guita ta CE0KGE W. GE0R6E y GC0KE F. SLAVIN MUM Pr DOUGLAS SIM
1 Producid. oor RALPH DIETRICH PELCULA U-WRSAL.INTtRNAT.OHAL
MAANA CENTRAL MAANA
DOMINGO! 6ilH!*1' DOMINGO!
UNA NUEVA Y GRAN MATINAL!
VENGAN TODOS,
CHICOS Y GRANDES
a ver a
TIM HOLT
-- en --
AGENTE
INDIO
- Adems: -
CORTOS en Colores de
DONALD GOOFY MICKEY PLUTO
PRECIO
NICO
25*

y
GRAN RIFA!... Con Premios Cortesa
de ANTONIO INNOVACIN
DOMINGO
A.M.
8:00 Buenos das
8:03 Almanaque de
Panamericana
8:30 Valses favoritos
la
8:45 Ritmos norteamericanos
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 Concierto Matinal
10:00 Boleros
10:15 Msica venezolana
10:30 Cancionero de la maana
11:00 Sorteo de Hoy
Loteria Nacional
11:15 Acordes porteos
TEATRO NACIONAL
Compaa "LOPE DE VEGA"
Premios Nacionales de Teatro 1947-1941
PRESENTA A
CARLOS LEMOS
Premio Nacional de Interpretacin 1941
eon
Conchita MONTIJANO Alfonso MUOZ
y Pilar BIENERT
Director: JOSE TAMAYO
HOY SBADO 12 DE MAYO 8:30 P. M.
SEXTA DE ABONO
"LA VIDA ES SUEO"
La ms famosa obra de Don Pedro Caldern de la Barca,
en la nueva versin en tres actos de Francisco Roca Lo-
zade Gran creacin de CARLOS LEMOS.
PRECIOS:
Luneta, Anfiteatro y Palco............ 2.50
Galena ........................... 10
DOMINGO n DE MAYO
HAMLET (Prncipe de Dinamarca)
De William Shakespeare, versin de Jos Ma. Pemn.
Funcin extraordinaria a beneficio del Santuario del
Corazn de Maria.
_ DOS LTIMOS DAS!
11:30 Trio Los Panchos
11:45 Msica tiplea
12:00 Grandes maestros
P.M.
12:30 Intermedio variado
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Roy
Por Eduardo Molino
1:00 Cantares de Mxico
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Espaoleras -,
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
paeMmte
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
El
ESTRENO SORPRESIVO
HOY!
NUNCA HUBO UNA PASIN IGUAL!...
Un amor que slo supo de sus
caricias... sus besos y que tuvo
3ue aduearse de su lealtad
isputndoeslo contra todo y
contra todos!...
mapy cortes
tomas perrin
Miguel arenas
en
"AMOR DE
UNA VIDA'
HOY
UNA HISTORIA TRGICA Y TIERNA A LA VEZ!.
Una gran pasin romntica que culmin en...
BODAS DE
FUEGO
con PEDRO ARMENDARIZ ALICIA CARO
Una Pelcula Distinta Con Un Tema Diferente!...
//
Muri esta maana
Sara viuda de Diez
Dej de existir en esta ca-
pital la seora Sara viuda de
Diez, tronco de'honorable fami-
lia panamea.
Su sepelio tendr lugar hoy
11 de mayo a las 5 de la tarde,
saliendo el cortejo fnebre des-
DOS
ESTRENOS EN
1 SOLO,
PROGRAMA!
Un huracn de pasiones, In-
trigas y aventuras en el c-
lido y extico Marruecos!
CECILIA
I----- HOY! -----1
W M HERBERT LOM
rff JACQUES SERNAS

Pelcula de
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:
de la Iglesia de Cristo Rey a AMERICA enva su ms sen*
las 9 pm. I bido psame a sus innmera*
Por este medio EL PANAMA bles deudos.
ELDORADO
HOY y DOMINGO
Desde
Las 10:00 a.m.
LA PELCULA SOCLAL!
"LOS HIJOS
Chachita
Tusita
Andrs
Soler ,
Domingo
Soler
de la CALLE"
Angeles del arroyo al servicio del mal...
POR QUE HAY NIOS LADRONES!
LO VERA UD. MISMO
TEATRO LUX-HOY!
1:15 3:10 5:05 7:00 8:55 p.m.
Una mujer lleva el p-
nico a 8 millones de per-
sonas!... Mientras ELLA
busca venganza del amor
que la traicion!...
"MENSAJERA DE
LA MUERTE"
(Frightened City)
.,.' -coa-
EVELYN KEYES
CHARLES KORVIN
WILLIAM BISHOP

EXTRAS:
CARTON en Colores
MARAA MATINAL para Nios (10 a.m.)
Johnny Weissmuller, en "Jim de la Selva"
Adems:
"El Super-Hombre" (Episodios 12 y 13)
MARTES!
Mares de carcajadas! Ac-
cin a punta de espada!..
"Pitos, Flautas y Pirata"
(Double Crossbones)
En Tecnicolor!
con DONALD O'CONNOR
DESDE JUEVES!
(Simultneo con el TEATRO CECILIA)
AVENTURAS Y ROMANCE QUE TOMARAN SU CORAZN
Y SUS SENTIDOS POR ASALTOI...
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN HOOD'
1 Sherwood Forest
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LAS AUTENTICAS CREADORAS DEL MAMBO
UN MAGNIFICO ESPECTCULO
PLENO de RITMO y COLORIDO!
Secundadas por:
GLORIA HELM
clebre cantante internacional.
VILMA VALLE
cancionera criolla.
ALEXANDER y PABLO
primerislmos bailarines del
Ballet Negro de Rodney..
TAKIHA^- Mtoofci 2:30, :M, 7:10, 10 p.m.
I Anl/nJ Espectculo: 5:H y t:M p.m.
Adems: Una pelcula de gran emo-
cin y suspenso... Basada en una ex-
traa y sorprendente Ley Penal!
RICHARD CONT,
AUDREY TOTTER, en
"SENTENCIA
DE MUERTE"
(rfl-NDER THE GUN)
PRECIOS:................B 1.00