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hand. North would have passea
readily enough, and South would
have made nine tricks without
the least difficulty. The actual
contract Of four spade* was far
more Interesting.
Waat op*n*d the Qun of
hearU, and South won with the
act. South drew Just two round*
of trumps and then twitched to
diamonds. West had to take the
first trick in that suit alnce
otherwise South would have
witched back to trumps and
taken four tricks In each black
suit together with on In each
red suit.
After taking the ace of dia-
monds, West Ted another heart,
and South carefully discarded
ir*tad of ruffing. This was a
ay play, for now th* dfndrs
could do nothing to defeat the
(.outract.
I West led another hrt,
dummy could ruff. This wa a
key play, for now th defenders
could do nothing to defeat th
contract.
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dummy could ruff. tThat la why
South topped aftr drawing iut
two rounds of trumpa.) If wat
led anything else, declarer could
easily win, draw th rest of the
trump, and then run th rt of
the trick*.
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tract if h had bgun by drawing
all of th trumpa. He could take
nine tricks if h chose, but when-
ever he led diamond Wt would
take th aee of diamond and
cash the setting trick "with
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French Crack Down
On Foreign Reds
PARIS, May 15 (U.P.)
The French government, a
loose coalition of center par-
tle, Is stepping up its effect-
ive cold-war attack against
foreign Communists.
The latest move in th
French strategy, which began
last falL was the ban on the
Communist-dominated "world
peac partisans'" congress.
"Our aim is not to outlaw
the French Communist Party,"
a French official explained.
"We only want to cut the
bonds between the French
Communist network and the
Kremlin."
In the "old days' before the
war," he said.'the French Com-
muniste received their order.*.'
from /the Russian embassy In
Paris. Now French communist
bosses can go back and forth
between Paris and Prague,!
which is reportedly the head- >
quarters of Communist aetivl-,
ties throughout Europe.
Even th Communists them-
selves admit their strength Is
declining. In 1846, when they
were stUI In the government,
they boasted of 1.000.000 mem-
bers. Now they claim only 300.-
000 followers and even that Is
believed slightly exaggerated.
Th flgur Is closer to 750,000,
according^ to Impartial observ-
er*.
Although th Communists
wr thrown out of the gov-
ernment In 1947, it was not un-
til last Fall that anv strong ac-
tion was taken against foreign
Communist influence.
Rne i Pleven, then premier,
off with & mass round-up of
Spanish Communists, chiefly
in aouthani France.
Russian-language publications
have been banned since and
Frederic Jgllot-Curle, Commun-
ist atomic scientist, was eased
out of hi post as atomic en-
ergy commissioner.
In addition to the "peace"
congress. French offices of the
Communist World Federation
dr Trade Unions, the World
Federation of Democratic Youth
and the International Federa-
tion of Democratic Women
were closed earlier this year.
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MONDAY, MAT 14, 1*51
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
Army, Navy, Air Force News
Navy-Operated Submit Radio
Transmits For 3 Services
A VIEW OF SUMMIT RADIO from the low frequency tower.
The 820 foot antenna can be seen in the left background.
(U.S. Navy photo)
LONG A LANDMARK OF SUMMIT, the high frequency trans-
mitter antenna soars 820 :eet Into the air. or 265 feet higher
than the Washington Monument. Unseen near the top. civil
service mplove James N. McNadd. Leading Antenna Rigger.
Is greasing the heavy guv wires. Local raters perform the
equally hazardous task of cleaning and painting.
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THE CONTROL TOWER is an Important -section of base
operations, guiding aircraft in and out of Albrook Air Force
ease. Shown are two airmen helping an Albrook plane get
on its way.
(Albrook Air Force Base photo)
YOUNG EQUESTRIANS can have the time of their livei on
Summit's gentle saddle horses. In line with Summit's cur-
' rent rehabilitation proper, workmen can be seen renovating
* the roots o the houses in the background.
The Naval Radio Station at
Summit Is one of the five largest
transmitter stations operated by
the U.S. Navy.
Here at the "Crossroads" it
typifies the closely knit unifica-
tion of the three armed services.
Radio Summit handles all the
transmission facilities for the
Fifteenth Naval District and
Panam Sector of the Caribbean
Sea Frontier as well as the tele-
type and voice circuits to Wash-
ington. D.C., for the Army and
Air Force.
Geographically, the station
covers 320 acres, stretching back
from Gaillard Highway into the
jungle and allowing plenty of
i room for recreational facilities.
Summit has a resident popu-
! lation of 103 people, including 44
Navy, 24 Marines, and 35 depen-
dents. The Marine Corps unit is
a Fourth Guard Platoon Detach-
ment, with Master Sergeant Da-
vid L. Livingstone, USMC, the
Non-Commlssioned Offlcer-ln-
Charge. Twenty-one civilian la-
borers are employed, under the
direction of Labor Foreman Wil-
lis S. Beardall.
Reaching 820 feet into the sky,
265 feet higher than the Wash-
ington Monument, is the high
frequency transmitter antenpa,
long a landmark of the base.
Athletic and recreational op-
portunities are plentiful at Sum-
mit. The radio station has a
swimming pool, tennis and bas-
ketball courts, a baseball field,
saddle horses, movies, a Navy
Exchange, and an "all hands"
club, called the "Bamboo Room."
In addition to one of the largest
Navy libraries on the Isthmus.
To visit this quietly efficient
well-guarded station is all one
needs to be convinced of the im-
portance and magnitude of Naval
Communications.
Captain Emlle R. Winterhaler
USN. la the Communications Of-
ficer of the 15th Naval District
Reserve Officers
Complete Plans
For Defense Dinner
J. Paul Sldebotham. Isthmian
Department President of the Re-
serve Officers Association (which
is sponsoring this week dedicated
to National Defense.) has an-
nounced the completion of plans
for a Regular and Reserve Offi-
cers' Dinner to be held at Albrook
AFB Officers Club at 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday May IS, 1951.
The Commander-ln-Chlei Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. General
W. H. H. Morris. Jr., will be the
only speaker. Guests of the asso-
ciation and the National Sojourn-
ers Include: The Governor of the
Panama Canal; the Charge d'Af-
faires of the US Embassy; the
commanding; general of the US
Army Caribbean; the Chief of
Staff of the Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict (representing the com-
mandant); the chief of staff of
the Caribbean Air Command (re-
presenting the commanding gen-
eral) ; the chief health officer of
the Panama Canal; the lieuten-
ant governor of the Panama Ca-
nal; the chief of staff-Caribbean
Command; the chief of staff
USARCARIB; and Brigadier Gen-
eral William C. Christy, U.S. Ar-
my (Retired.)
All Regular and Reserve offi-
cers are invited to attend. Tick-
ets mav be secured from the ar-
rangements committee: James C.
Twomey (6434), James L. Fulton
(2536) and J. Palmer Smith (1416)
at these Balboa telephone num-
bers, as well as from Cql. Worth
Kindred and E. L. Slocum. Civil-
ian clothes or officer's uniform
may be worn.
Carolinas' KKK
Meets 2,000 Strong
In Cow Pasture
CONWAY. S. C May 14 (UP)
The Grand Dragon of the Ku
Klux Plan of the Carolinas told
some 2,000 white-robed Klans-
men in a cow-pasture gathering
here last night that "the lid will
stay on in Horry county."
Thomas L. Hamilton explained
that the Klan Is not ready to ex-
pose "the gangsters rackets"
which he said exist in the county.
"The Klan can not let the lid pop
off at the present time."
Dressed in the green garb of
his post, the brawny, bespectacled
Hamilton promised to continue
the fight to "clean up" the
county that was climaxed last
August by the shooting of a
and Panam Sector of the Carib-
bean Sea Frontier. He Is also
commanding officer of the Naval
Communication Station, Balboa.
Lt. Commander. V.- M. Bennett.
USN, is the Officer-in-Charge of
the Naval Communication Sta-
tion, Farfan. Lieutenant Karl C.
Gresowskl, USN. is the officer-
ln-charge of the Summit Sta-
tion. _____. ., M
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Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments, Massages,
Slenderising Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and femalo
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panama.
_________________812 a.m.; 26 p.m.______________
Oxford v Cambridge
What are they talking about?
No, they're not talking about the Water." The
topic is Burrough's Gin. People of discernment,
who prefer gin drink?, always try for Burrough's
because it is triple distilled. This is the extra re-
finement that makes Burrough's'Gin soft, smooth
and clean to the palate.
Taken plain it is delicious . and Burrough's
Gin always' "keeps its place" in even the most
delicate cocktail. ,
enjoyed SINCE 111
BURROUGHS*^
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Shooting Feud Grips
Tennessee Mountain
County Politics
BENTON, Tenn., May 14 (UP)
Grim-faced mountain men
burled a slain political leader
here today, then returned to
plotting new strategy In a bitter
battle for conrol of Polk County's
governing machinery.
W. August Lewis, 44, sixth man
to die in the feud-torn Tennessee
hill country In the past five
years, was "bushwacked" at his
home Friday night. Sheriff John
Edwards said today he and his
deputies had "no leads'' and had
made little progress toward
solving the murder.
Lewis' death left the county
court deadlocked with four Good
Government League members
and four members of the Demo-
cratic faction headed by the slain
man.
The GOL, which has blocked
Conway policeman dressed In
Klan regalia.
Policeman John Johnson was
shot at Myrtle Beach, a resort
city which Hamilton calls "a lit-
tle Miami Beach."
Hamilton shared the platform
with Bill Hendrlx of Tallahassee.
Grand Dragon of the Southern
Knights of the KKK. and "Aunt
Beufah" Waller of Echecoonee,
Ga.
Hendrlx was listed on the pro-
gram as the Dixie-cracker" can-
didate for Governor of Florida.
He declared the Klan is fighting
Communism and has no other
purpose. He said for every Klans-
man shot, "fifty will take his
place."
, "Aunt Beulah," 80-year-old
self-styled "wool-hat woman
from Peach County." was billed
as the oldest Klanswoman In
ueorgla. She spoke briefly em-
phasizing her "trust In the Lord."
A LITTLE
SCRATCH?
Don't neglect it!
Guard against infection with
BAND-AID
Const to you sterile.
Keeps out dirt and jerms.
lanHM.) SnlnwrM.11
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all attempts of the court to meet
since legislation gave the balance
of power to the Lewis, was ex-
pected to permit a court meeting
tomorrow. Meanwhile, the coun-
ty's teachers and officials are
unpaid and roads are In sad
shape.
Today a long black hearse car-
ried Lewis' body through the
center of this county seat and
three miles out Into the valley
to Zlon church. There three
Baptist ministers held a simple
funeral service.
"I didn't want to say too
much," said the Rev. M. L. Ho-
ward, "considering how things
are here."
"It's bad when a county can't
listen to the teachings of the
Lord Jesus," Howard told listen-
ers, "for without Him we can
have no peace. We all have our
rights, or should have, and one
Ufe Is Just as precious as the
other."
Then, as his grief-stricken
wife, daughter and five sisters
looked on. Lewis was buried in a
grave scooped from the red clay
of a pine-dotted hill under
towering Benton Mountain.
Lewis' shotgun death fulfilled
his own grim prediction that "a
killing" would take place before
the political feud was settled.
Sheriff Edwards, a "Good-
Government league man himself,
said "I don't look for anymore
trouble." But State troopers stood
by to prevent any new outbreak
in the feud, which Is an out-
cropping1 of the blood-washed
1948 election.
The Polk County trouble is
connected with the 1048 batye of
"bullets and ballots" in adjacent
McMlnn county. There a ne*r O.
I. political faction had to take-
the courthouse by selge to boa-
firm its election victory.
ASTER
on the dot
"You can tell from his whole bearing. Takes a prtd
m himself. His clothes are neat and look at his
shoes. Always welt polished. Mark my words, that
man will get promotion."
No better clue to a smart man than well-polished
shoes! No shoe polish gives a more lasting shine than
Kiwi. Made only from the finest waxes and dves
KIWI
shoe polish
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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Panama Ammcati
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY. MAY 14, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Chinese Reds Mass Fresh
Troops Along Korea Spine
Russia Is Building Up Forces
In Far East, Marshall Warns
(NEA Telephoto)
n Tints an a RAMPAGE Survivors wander through a street In Jucuapa, El Salvador, the
5tvT2X?Wt ttSearthquake which killed 1000 and Injured 4000, according to government
estimate Scarcely a building In Jucuapa was left standing.
- ."" (NBA Radlo-Telephoto)
MATT, MATTY AND MRS. MATT Gen. Matthew B. Ridg-
way holding his son. Matty, grins broadly as he meets his
lamily who arrived at Tokyo's Haneda Airport. Mrs. Ridgway
and MattyJoined Ridgway. who succeeded MacArthur. (Photo
by NEA-Acme staff photographer Richard C. Ferguson.)
----------.-------,---------,--------------------------------
CTs Youngest "Generals9
Preparing For Big Events
The two most excited young
people In the Canal Zone today
are the "Generals for the Day."
10-year-old Lynn Marie Ray-
mond and her classmate, Stewart
Clemmons, who win be 11 next
month.
And about as excited as they
re la their teacher, Miss Elvlna
. Freeman of the Balboa elemen-
,tary school's fifth gdade.
Close behind In the list of
those excited are the generals'
|> parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Ray-
mond, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Clemmons, Jr.
Lynn Marie herself took the
telephone call Saturday after-
noon which announced that her
logan. "The Armed Forces
protectors of the American way
of life," had made her one of
the two top winners.
, i Ladylike, she Immediately de-
|| ,'elared that she "hadn't a thing
to wear," and began to worry
about the matter of protocol
when she Is presented to Oov.
F. K. Newcomer and the military
and Naval commanders Friday.
Both matters, her family report-
ed today, are being taken care
of.
Lynn Marie's second reaction
was a discussion of what she ex-
pects to have to eat while she
and her parents are guests at El
I ^Panama Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning.
Stewart's parents got the word,
also Saturday, that he was a win-
ner. His slogan waa "Salute the
Defense Dept.
Seeks Billions
For Building
Defenders of Democracy Am-
erica's armed forces."
He has been haunting the post-
office for the letter of formal no-
tification which h was told was
on Its may to him.
Stewart's only regret In his
honor Is that his older brother,
Jay, Isn't Included.
Lynn Marie and 8tewart will
make their first public appear-
ance Friday when they are pre-
sented to the Isthmus' "top
brass." They wlll.be members of
the reviewing party at 2 p.m.
that afternoon at a massing of
the colors at the' Balboa Sta-
dium.
Commemorative scrolls are be-
ing prepared-at headquarters of
the USARCARIB making official
the designation of the one-day
generals.
.The slogan contest was con-
ducted In connection with Na-
tional Defense week which be-
gins today and its climax. Arm-
ed Forces Day next Saturday.
Runners up in the contest were
James O. Pedersen of Gamboa,
Richard Vogel of Balbqa Heights,
Lynn Jones of Balboa and Cath-
erine Lindsay of Cristobal.
Balboa Tides
Tuesday, May 15, 1951
High Low
10:25 a.m............ 4:17 a.m.
10:57 p.m.............4:55 p.m
WASHINGTON. May 14 (UP)
The Defense Department will
ask Congress soon to authorize
a multl-bllllon dollar military
building program to Improve
present bases and build new
ones.
Actual cost of the construc-
tion work during the coming
952 fiscal year will be about
$4,500,000,000. But the total pro-
gram which Congress will be
asked to authorize will run sev-
eral billion dollars larger than
that. Part of the funds will not
be needed until fiscal 1953.
The far-flug program will
bring millions In military con-
struction funds into virtually
every state In the union, as well
as to many overseas bases.
New PAA Service
To Link Panam
With West Coast
The last barrier to fast, direct
air service between Central and
South America and the Pacific
Coast of the United States has
bean removed with authoriza-
tion for Pan American World
Airways to fly nonstop between
Guatemala and California.
An Initial three-year certifi-
cate has been granted PAA by
the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
for a direct route between Gua-
temala City and Los Angeles.
Clippers will fly all the way
from Los Angeles to Panam,
stopping only at Guatemala City.
The new route not only will
tap a vast new tourist potential
for Latin America, but will speed
airmail deliveries and business
travel between the areas. The
direct flight will save an entire
day on airmail between the U.S.
Pacific Coast and Central and
South America since' the mail is
now routed by way of Miami,
New Orleans or Houston.
The present air trip between
Los Angeles and Guatemala City
Involves flights over two airlines
and a change of planes at Mexi-
co City.
The approximate elapsed time
from Los Angeles under the new
schedules would be seven hours,
45 minutes to Guatemala City:
12 hours'to Panam, and 28 and
a half hours to Buenos Aires.
Pan American brought the first
international air service to Gua-
tmala city in 1929 from
Brownsville through Mexico City.
It applied for the new link three
years ago. ____
WASHINGTON, May 14 (UP)
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall said today that Russia
has made a sizable Increase in
her Far East garrisons since
last December.
Testifying for the seventh day
before the Senate Committee
investigating the dismissal of
General Douglas MacArthur,
Marshall made his statement in
explanation of his fears ef So-
viet intervention If the Korean
war Is expanded.
Marshall has repeatedly said
that Russia might intervene In
the Korean war, bringing a new
world conflict, If the Adminis-
tration adopted MacArthur's Far
East policies. ,
Republican Senator Styles
Bridges complained that Mar-
shall had given no specific rea-
son as to why the bombing of
Red bases In Manchuria might
bring on a larger war.
Marshall replied: "It starts
with the treaty relationship be-
tween the 8ovlet Government
and the Communist Chinese
government." There is a mutual
Teen Ager's Idea
On Jets Gets Bid
From US Air Force
ILION, N. Y., May 11 (Uf>-
A 13-year-old boy said here
that his Idea for a revised type
of jet engine has so impressed
Air Force engineers that they
have Invited him to make a
personal explanation.
Ronald Wheeler, a bright-eyed
eighth grade pupil at Ilion Jun-
ior High School, will go to
Grlfflss Air Force Base, Rome,
N. Y.J this week to discuss his
plans and illustrations for add-
ing a third combustion chamber
to the ordinary dual-chamber
jet unit.
His science teacher, Mrs. Es-
ther Wllcox, liked the plans
young Ronald drew up for a
science fair and wrote to the
air base. The base called her.
asking that she send them
along.
Ronald suggested that the
third chamber, or burner, could
be used to Increase the take-
off speed by jet planes and
provide emergency power. It
would be controlled by th pi-
lot, who could shut It off when
not needed and thus conserve
fuel. ..
Maj. Jacob Solomons of the
Rome Air Base said Ronald was
'on the right track" but need-
ed more knowledge of metal
stresses. From other sources, It
was learned that air force en-
gineers felt the boy may have
hit upon something worth-
while. .
Experts have been working
on the same idea for "some
time," the sources said.
Egypt Cabinet Writes
Finis To German War
CAIRO. May 14 (UP)The
Egyptian cabinet today decided
to issue a decree ending the
state of war with Germany.
Such a decree does not re-
quire parliamentary approval.
Hollywood Beauty Fancier Is Very Sad:
Girls Just Ain't What They Used To Be
BY ALINE M08BY
HOLLYWOOD. May 14. (UP)
Dance Director Busby Berkeley
aid with a sigh today that there
aren't any beautiful girls In Hol-
lywood any more.
Berkelev Is famous for staging
those lavish Warner musicals of
the "30's that featured 1.000 girls
In three sequins apiece, revolving
.pianos, towering staircases and
black marble floors.
In those days his line of love-
lies Included such beauties as
Betty Orable. Virginia Bruce.
Claire Dodd and the late Carole
Landis.
girls of movleland.
think of any.
"There's a great dearth of
beauty out here," the veteran
dance master shrugged. "Maybe
there are beautiful girls, but I
haven't seen them.
"Pretty girls? 8ure. you walk
down Hollywood Boulevard and
see them.
"But not that real. lush, gor-
geous quality.
"In the "30's there were show-
girls who got $350 a week just to
stand around. You can't find
them any more. I guess they get
married.
Janet Leigh? Elizabeth Tay-
he couldn't She's lost that youthful quality.
For a recent movie, "Two Tick-
ets to Broadway," Berkeley need-
ed 12 showgirls.
"For two days I interviewed 93
girls." he said. "I finally picked
12 because they were the best I
could get. I couldn't call any of
them gorgeous."
But today when Berkeley tried lor? Well, maybe," he said. "But
to select "10 really beautiful" not even Miss Grable any more.
Berkeley had a "stock compa-
ny" of IS beautiful showgirls for
his musicals of 15 and 20 years
ago like "Lullaby of Broadway."
"42nd Street," "Wonder Bar" and
"Footllght Parade." Once he de-
cided to add three more girls to
his collection.
'; interviewed 721 girls on the
set," he said. "I picked three and
told them to stand with the 18.
I matched them Just like a string
of pearls."
Berkeley, unless he's been
knocked cold by Irate glamour
girls by now. Is directing a mu-
sical sequence for Joan Blondell
in "The Blue Veil." It's their first
reunion since "The Golddlggers
of 1933."
For this new epic, as for all his
others. Berkeley never says "raise
the skirts" to his prospective
chorus girls.
"I never look below the neck,"
the dance director said. "They
don't even have to wear bathing
suits. I Just look at the face for
intelligence and beauty in the
eyes, in character and in the
Heart."
aid pact In force between those
two countries.
Marshall said: "Another fac-
tor would be Soviet reaction as
to what extent they could have
a satellite as Important to them
as the Chinese Communist re-
gime develop a feeling of hav-
ing to go It alone."
Bridges wanted to know why
the Chinese Nationalists should
be blamed for falling to with-
stand Communism after Amer-
ican aid had been cut off. while
"European governments were
being praised for being wise
enough to accept our aid so
that the same thing would not
happen to them."
Marshall said the United
States provided a great deal of
equipment to Chiang Kai-shek's
Nationalists before they lost to
the Communists on the Chinese
mainland. _.
"The Nationalists took this
equipment and attempted some-
thing we all considered was a
military impossibility for them,
and they wrecked themselves
on that basis together with
the character of their leader-
ship.
"They lacked In leadership,
and they lacked the general
support of the Chinese public
because of the character of the
Government that had been car-
ried on through a period of
years.
"When they had overextend-
ed thems'lves* particularly In
the matter of capturing cities
which they had to support, and
communications which they had
to cover, they fell ... of their
own weight.
"It Is a quite different situa-
tion In Europe."
Chairman Richard B. Russell,
D., Ga., voiced hope that the
committee can wind up the
questioning of Marshall today
and clear the way for testimony
from Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of 8taff, or Secretary of the
Army Frank Pace, Jr., tomor-
row. ^_____
Madden Drum Gates
To Start Spilling
Week From Today
The drum gates at Madden
Dam will be lowered starting at
about 4 p.m. Monday. May 21,
and spilling will continue tor
about 24 hours, it has been an-
nounced by G. E. Matthew, Chief
Hydrographer.
The spilling will cause currents
of about one knot at the Gamboa
Bridge, a rise of about ten feet
at the Alhajuela gage Just below
Madden Dam. and a rise of about
eight feet at the town of Gatun-
The drum, gates will be lower-
ed eight feet below the current
level of Madden Lake and will
be adjusted every four or five
hours to spill about 30.000 cubic
feet per second. The spilling will
lower Madden Lake about five
feet.__________________
CZCouTrBegn
Split Schedule
The Canal Zone Magistrate's
Courts today began a split
schedule which will be In opera-
Uon for the next six week.. dur-
ng the vacation of Cristobal Ma-
oitrnte E I P. Tatelman.
gigB$oaMagistrate Ralph Chlt-
tlck will carry both courts dur-
ing Judge Tatelman's vacation.
For the period from today
through June 22, court sessions
will be held in Cristobal on.Mon-
day mornings, all day Wednes-
days and Friday mornings. The
Balboa sessions will be Monday
afternoons, all day Tuesday and
Thursdays and Friday after-
noons.
UN Total Plane
Loss In Korea
Set At 212
WASHINGTON, May 14 (UP)
-United Nations air forces pri-
marily American, have lost 212
planes to enemy action m Korea.
The planes lost covers the per-
iod from last June, when the war
broke out, through May 9.
Through May *, UN planes
destroyed 149 enemy aircraft,
probably destroyed 27, and dam-
aged 167. Of these. 139 were
caught on the ground.
IrT air combat. UN Aircraft
destroyed 53 Russian-built Mig-15
jet fighters, probably destroyed
17 others, and damaged 103.
Aircraft under the United
States Air Force Far Eastern
Command U. S. Marine Cotps,
Australian, South African, Ko-
rean and Greek have inflicted
108,000 casualties on the enemy
since beginning of the Korea war.
This is about one-eighth the 893-
662 casualties the army said the
Red Korean and Chinese troops
have suffered.
The Communists have twin-en-
gine bombers based in Manchu-
ria that are capable of striking
bases in Japan.
The Communist air arm is be-
lieved capable of flying about 500
sorties a day.
Altogether the Air Force has
carried 317,000 passengers. In-
cluding sick and wounded, be-
tween Japan and Korea. More
than 22,000 "patients," not all
combat casualties, have been air-
lifted from Japan to the United
States.
The United States Air Force
now has "six or seven fighter-
bomber groups, two light bomber
groups and three B-29 medium
bomber groups operating in Ko-
rea. Normally, a fighter-bomber
froup consists of 75 planes, a
ight bomber group 54 planes,
and a B-29 group 30 planes.
These aircraft do not include
cargo planes.
UN aircraft have flown 191,000
sorties against the enemy and
delivered 86,000 tons of bombs.
6.500,000 gallons of napalm (fire
bombs), 85.500.COO rounds of 50-
callbre ammunition, and 283,000
rockets.
Carefully-checked reports show
that UN aircraft have destroyed
or damaged 827 locomotives, 11.-
900 rail oars, 21,860 motor ve-
hicles, 980 bridges, 2380 field
guns, and "well over" 1,000 tanks.
Armando Moreno
Leaves PA For
Government Post
Armando Moreno, well known
Panama newsman and editor of
"El Panam Amrica" Span-
ish language colleague of The
Panama American has been
appointed Secretary of the Mln-
lstrv of Government and Justice.
The designation was an-
nAuuced bv Minister of Govern-
ment and Justicie Miguel Angel
Ordonez.
Moreno took office this morn-
ing.
He is a member of the honor
council of the Panama News-
men's Union, and has held a
number of diplomatic posts. In-
cluding those of First Secretary
of the Panama embassies in
Venezuela and Mexico.
TOKYO, May 14 (UP) The Chinese Communist
army expanded its menacing bridgehead south of the
Soyang River in east central Korea today. Thousands of
fresh Red troops poured into positions from which they
could strike at any moment down Korea's central moun-
tain spine. -,
The Chinese streamed down mountain trails south of
the great Hwachon reservoir, shifting eastward into ar*
area formerly allotted to the North Korean army.
Allied warplanes raked the bold daylight movement
with machinegun fire and flaming gasoline bombs.
American artillery blasted the bridgehead, but Unit-
ed Nations infantrymen did not challenge the growing
Red salient which extends about five miles south of the
38th parallel, east of Chunchon.
The 8th Army braced to meet
the next Red offensive behind 80
miles of barbed wire and mine-
fields that marked the first sta-
tic defense line attempted by the
United Nations forces since the
days of the Pusan beachhead.
Only on the extreme eastern
front, where North and South
Korean troops fought a series of
small but savage battles for con-
trol of the Inje-Kansong lateral
highway, was the 8th Army nom-
inally on the offensive.
A full Chinese army corps was
reported massed on the east side
So You Don't
Play Hunches
Either-----
Lottery aficionados today
were gnashing their teeth that
they hadn't thought of It. The
winning nnmber In yesterday's
drawing was that of the Pre-
sidencia. .
The Panama telephone books
ists It so: Presidencia de la
Kepblica: Residencia del
txemo Sr. Presidente; 2-lt>2.
Prof. Claramunt
Funeral Services
Listed Tomorrow
Funeral service for Professor
Joe A. Claramunt, who died Sat-
urday night at Gorgas Hospital,
will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow
at Gorgas Hospital Chapel. He
was 73 years old.
He had been In ill health for
some time and was found un-
conscious in his quarters In Bal-
boa May 6. when he was taken
to the hospital. He was well
known on the Isthmus, and he
had taught Spanish classes In
the Canal Zone since 1917 and
had lived and taught In Panam
for several years before that.
He was a native of Spain and
Is survived by a sister who lives
there. /
of the Injln River, 20 to 25 miles
north-northwest of Seoul, for a
new attack down the classic in-
vasion routes to the devastated
former capital.
A powerful American task force
of tanks. Infantry and artillery
fought through one Red screen-
ing force In this area, but a full
battalion of Reds caught the al-
lied troops In ambush.
The Yanks fought their way
out with the aid of fighter planea
and long range artillery.
Air spotters and Allied foot pa-
trols probing 10 miles Into No
Man's Land on the west central
front reported the Chinese to be
massing near Kapyong. They
were moving by night marches,
and by daylight moves in small
groups that offered poor targets
to American air power.
Air blasting of Red supply lines
continued. Superforts laid 70 tons
of high explosive bombs on mar-
shalling yards and storage facil-
ities In the twin cities of Hung-
nam and Hamhung.
Navy and Marine carrier planes
Joined Air Force fighters and
fighter bombers in attacking the
Reds all the way from thJr front
line positions back to the Man-
churlan border.
Allied warships of the east
coast lent their guns to the ef-
fort.
'Stone' Thief
Seeks Self Rule
Extension Of 1950
Holy Year To End
Oct. 13AtFatima
VATICAN CITY. May 14 (UP)
The Vatican announced today
that the 1950 Holy Year, extend-
ed to the whole world after its
official close In Rome last
Christmas Eve. will officially end
at Fatlma. Portugal, Oct. 13.
For Scotland
STRASBOURG. May 14 (UP)
Ian Hamilton, the 25-year-old
Scottish student who led the
the theft of the Coronation
Stone from Westminster Ab-
bey, came here today to ask the
Council of Europe to aid him in
getting self government for
Scotland.
He claimed the support of 2,-
000.000 Scotsmen. Scotland's
population is about 5,000,000.
Ramon 'Gallo' Ehrman Dies;
16th Victim Of RP Violence
------ o----- 1
Two more deaths have been tical when Infection set In.
added to the list of victims from Meanwhile, many of the prls-
last week's bloody violence which oners at the Crcel Modelo are
ended with the overthrow of Dr. being interrogated regard 1 n g
Arnulfo Arias and gave Panama
Its fifth president since last elec-
tion day.
Latest to die at Santo Tomas
their connections with the shoot-
ings and some 500 have already
been released by the police.
The number, the police said, la
was Ramon (Gallo) Ehrman, being decreased at the rate of a-
who succumbed at 10:46 this bout 150 daily. About 050 are still
morning after complications set under arrest, including Dr. Arias,
in. He had been shot three times who is held at Police Headquar-
Ship Passengers
Short On News
Of Panama Events
Isthmian bound passengers
on the Panama Line's Cristobal
knew that Panama had a new
president and that there had
been violence in the Republic,
but knew little else of the past
week's developments.
District Attorney Daniel E.
McOrath told The Panama
American this morning that the
ship's radio-newspaper had
carried news of the ousting of
President Arnulfo Arias.
Events earlier In the week
had been reported In the New
York newspapers, McOrath said
and passengers were aware of
events up to Wednesday noon
*?ut most, like McOrath. were
filling in on de'Mls after arriv-
al of the ship here at 8 a. m.
today.
but had been reportedly im-
proving.
Yesterday Jacinto Diaz Lara,
young Arias supporter who had
been shot In the leg during the
police assault on the Presidencia,
died from Infection.
The deaths brought to 16 the
number killed since last Wed-
nesday. Some 190 others were In-
jured In the fighting, most vici-
ous In Panama's turbulent histo-
ry- i
Ehrman. a popular photogra-
pher around Panama for years,
had been, for a short time, chief
of the government section of
Press and Radio. For the past
year he had also been In charge
of the photo finish camera oper-
ation at the Juan Franco Race
Track.
"Gallo*' was a staunch Arnul-
flsta who chose to stay with the
former president after he had
been Impeached by the National
Assembly. Ehrman was In the
Presidencia when the shooting
broke out Inside the palace and
during the storming of the build-
ing by the National Police. Ga-
llo'' was struck in the leg. the hip
and the back. He was reported
not to be serious when first taken
to Santo Tomas but became al-
ters under orders of the Natiaoal
Assembly.
RAMON "GALLO" EHRMAN


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hand. North would have passed
readily enough, and South would
have made nine tricks without
the least difficulty. The actual
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more Interesting.
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ace. south drew Just two round
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PARIS. May 15 (.P.)
The French government, a
loose coalition of center par-
ties, Is stepping up its effect-
ive cold-War attack against
foreign Communists.
The latest move In UK-
French strategy, which began
last falL was the ban on the
Communist-dominated "world
peace partisans'" congress.
"Our aim is not to outlaw
the French Communist Party,"
a French official explained.
"We only want to cut the
bonds between the French
Communist network and the
Kremlin."
In the "old days' before the
war," he said, the French Com-
munists received their orders
from /the Russian embassy In
Paris. Now French Communist,
bosses can go back and forth
between Paris and Prague,
which is reportedly the head-
quarters of Communist activi-
ties throughout Europe.
Even the Communists them-
selves admit their strength Is
declining. In 1946, when they
were still In the government,
they boasted of l.000,000 mem-
bers. Now they claim onlv S00.-
000 followers and even that is
believed slightly exaggerated.
The figure la closer to 750,000,
according"- to Impartial observ-
ers.
Although the Communists
were thrown out of the gov-
ernment In 1947. .t was not un-
til last Fall that anv strong ac-
tion was taken against foreign
Communist Influence.
Rene Pleven, then premier,
off with a mass round-up of
Spanish Communists, chiefly
In souther^ France.
Russian-language publications
have been banned since and
Frederic Collot-Curle, Commun-
ist atomic scientist, was eased
out of lils post as atomle en-
ergy commissioner.
In addition to the "peace"
congress, French offices of the
Communist World Federation
o Trade Unions, the World
Federation of Democratic Youth
and the international Federa-
tion of Democratic Women
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Army, Navy, Air Force News
Navy-Operated Summit Radio
Transmits For 3 Services
_..v .v t. frannimxv tower I The Naval Radio Station at
A VIEW OF SUMMIT RADIO from the low frequency tower. |gummlt ,s one of lhe f,ve lar?t
120 foot antenna can be seen In the left background.
(U.S. Navy photo)
,nufi LANDMARK OF SUMMIT, the high frequency trans-
rmer antenna soars 820 reel Into the air, or 265 feet higher
man the Washington Monument. Unseen near the top civil
sv"ce -mptove James N. McNadd. Leading Antenna Rigger
is greasing the heavy guv wires. Local raters perform the
g equally hazardous task of cleaning and painting.
transmitter stations operated by
the U.S. Navy.
Here at the "Crossroads" it
typifies the closely knit unifica-
tion of the three armed services.
Radio Summit handles all the
transmission facilities for the
Fifteenth Naval District and
Panam Sector of the Caribbean
Sea Frontier as well as the tele-
type and voice circuits to Wash-
ington, D.C., for the Army and
Air Force.
Geographically, the station
covers 320 acres, stretching back
from Gaillard Highway into the
jungle and allowing plenty of
room for recreational facilities.
Summit has a resident popu-
lation of 103 people, Including 44
Navy, 24 Marines, and 35 depen-
dents. The Marine Corps unit is
a Fourth Guard Platoon Detach-
ment, with Master Sergeant Da-
vid L. Livingstone, USMC, the
Non-Commlssloned Offlcer-ln-
Charge. Twenty-one civilian la-
borers are employed, under the
direction of Labor Foreman Wil-
lis S. Beardall.
Reaching 820 feet into the sky.
265 feet higher than the Wash-
ington Monument, is the high
frequency transmitter antenna,
long a landmark of the base.
Athletic and recreational op-
portunities are plentiful at Sum-
mit The radio station has a
swimming pool, tennis and bas-
ketball courts, a baseball field,
sikddle horses, movies, a Navy
Exchange, and an "all hands"
club, called the "Bamboo Room."
in addition to one of the largest
Navy libraries on the Isthmus.
To visit this quietly efficient
well-guarded station is all one
needs to be convinced of the im-
portance and magnitude of Naval
Communications.
Captain Emlle R. Wlnterhaler
USN, is the Communications Of-
ficer of the 15th Naval District
Reserve Officers
Complete Plans
For Defense Dinner
J. Paul Sldebotham. isthmian
Department President of the Re-
serve Officers Association (which
is sponsoring this week dedicated
to National Defense.) has an-
nounced the completion of plant
for a Regular and Reserve Offi-
cers' Dinner to be held at Albrook
AFB Officers Club at 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday May 10, 1951.
The Commander-ln-Chlef Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. General
W. H. H. Morris. Jr., will be the
only speaker. Guests of the asso-
ciation and the National Sojourn-
ers Include: The Governor of the
Panama Canal; the Charge d'Af-
aires of the US Embassy; the
commanding general of the US
Army Caribbean; the Chief of
Staff of the Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict (representing the com-
mandant); the chief of staff of
the Caribbean Air Command (re-
presenting the commanding gen-
eral); the chief health officer of
the Panama Canal; the lieuten-
ant governor of the Panama Ca-
nal; the chief of staff. Caribbean
command; the chief of staff
USARCARIB; and Brigadier Gen-
eral William C. Christy, U.S. Ar-
my (Retired.)
All Regular and Reserve offi-
cers are invited to attend. Tick-
ets mav be secured from the ar-
rangements committee: James C.
Twomey <6434>. James L. Fulton
(25361 and J. Palmer Smith (1416)
at these Balboa telephone num-
bers, as well as from Cql. Worth
Kindred and E. L. Slocum. Civil-
ian clothes or officer's uniform
may be worn.
THE CONTROL TOWER is an important -section of base
operations, guiding aircraft in and out of Albrook Air Force
ease. Shown are two airmen helping an Albrook plane get
on Its way.
(Albrook Air Force Base photo)
YOUNG EQUESTRIANS can have the time of their lives on
Summit's gentle saddle horses. In line with Summit's cur-
' rent rehabilitation project, workmen can be seen renovating
* .the roofs of the houses la the background,
I
Shooting Feud Grips
Tennessee Mountain
County Politics
BENTON, Term., May 14 (UP)
Grim-faced mountain men
burled a slain political leader
here today, then returned to
plotting new strategy in a bitter
battle for conrol of Polk County's
governing machinery.
W. August Lewis, 44, sixth man
to die in the feud-torn Tennessee
hill country in the past five
Sears, was bushwacked" at his
ome Friday night. Sheriff John
Edwards said today he and his
deputies had "no leads" and had
made little progress toward
solving the murder.
Lewis! death left the county
court deadlocked with four Good
Government League members
and four members of the Demo-
cratic faction headed by the slain
man.
The GGL, which has blocked
Carolinas' KKK
Meets 2,000 Strong
In Cow Pasture
CONWAY. S. C, May 14 (UP)
The Grand Dragon of the Ku
Klux Plan of the Carolinas told
some 2,000 white-robed Klans-
men in a cow-pasture gathering
here last night that "the lid will
stay on in Horry county."
Thomas L. Hamilton explained
that the Klan is not ready to ex-
pose "the gangsters rackets"
which he said exist In the county.
"The Klan can not let the lid pop
off at the present time."
Dressed in the green garb of
his post, the brawny, bespectacled
Hamilton promised to continue
the fight to "clean up" the
county that was climaxed last
August by the shooting of a
and Panam Seetor of the Carib-
bean Sea Frontier. He is also
commanding officer of the Naval
Communication Station, Balboa.
Lt. commander. V." M. Bennett.
USN, is the Officer-ln-Charge of
the Naval Communication Sta-
tion, Farfan. Lieutenant Karl C.
Qresowski, USN. Is the officer -
ln-charge of the Summit Sta-
tion. _. _.* ^a*
Conway policeman dressed in
Klan regalia.
Policeman John Johnson was
shot at Myrtle Beach, a resort
city which Hamilton calls "a lit-
tle Miami Beach."
Hamilton shared the platform
with Bill Hendrlx of Tallahassee,
Grand Dragon of the Southern
Knights of the KKK, and "Aunt
Beulah" Waller of Echecoonee,
Ga.
Hendrlx was listed on the pro-
8ram as the "Dixie-cracker" can-
ldate for Governor of Florida.
He declared the Klan is fighting
Communism and has no other
purpose. He said for every Klans-
man shot, "fifty will take his
place."
, "Aunt Beulah," 80-year-old
self-styled "wool-hat woman
from Peach County," was billed
as the oldest Klanswoman In
ueorgia. She spoke briefly, em-
phasizing her "trust in the Lord."
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tomorrow. Meanwhile, the coun-
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unpaid and roads are in sad
shape.
Today a long black hearse car-
ried Lewis' body through the
center of this county seat and
three miles out into the valley
to Zlon church. There three
Baptist ministers held a simple
funeral service.
"I didn't want to say too
much," said the Rev. M. L. Ho-
ward, "considering how things
are here."
"It's bad when a county can't
listen to the teachings of the
Lord Jesus," Howard told listen-
ers, "for without Him we can
have no peace. We all have our
rights, or should have, and one
life is lust as precious as the
other*."
Then, as his grief-stricken
wife, daughter and five sisters
looked on, Lewis was burled In a
grave scooped from the red clay
of a pine-dotted hill under
towering Benton Mountain.
Lewis' shotgun death fulfilled
his own grim prediction that "a
killing" would take place before
the political feud was settled.
Sheriff Edwards, a "Good-
Government league man nlmself.
said "I don't look for anymore
trouble." But State troopers stood
by to prevent any new outbreak
In the feud, which Is an out-
cropping of the blood-washed
1948 election.
The Polk County trouble Is
connected with the 1940 bat\)e ol
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TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY. MAY 14, 1911
PAA Isthmian Invitational Listed For Gamboa
Athletics Sweep Doubleheader
From Leading New York Yanks
Belmont Park Spring Meeting
Gets Undeway This Afternoon
NEW YORK. May 14 (UP).
The Athletics swept both ends of
a doubleheader with the Yankees
at Philadelphia. The AAA's took
the opener 5-4 and the night-
cap 9-6. .
First baseman Ferris Fain,
whom the Yankee have been
trying to acquire, liad a terrlilc
day at bat getting she hits in ] Tne rich spring meeting at Bel-
eight times to the plate lnclud-, mont park race track gets under-
lng a triple and two doubles to way today at New York. The
boost his average to 384. opening of this 34-day meet tra-
*Gus Zernlal. the slugger who ditionaUy attracts the best thor-
came Irom the White Sox, got! oughbreds, and the cream of the
National League
NEW YORK, May 14 (UP).
four hits Including a pair of sec-
ond game homers. Fain batted in
five runs for a day and Zernial
rour.
In the opener. Dave Pliilley
another of the outfielders who
came Irom the White Box also
drove in a run.
nation's society.
However, this year's opening
will have added attractions... a
fashion show and a special cele-
bration commeoratlng the
2.000th birthday of the city of
Pails. France.
A host of French dignitaries
.Alex Kellner. the biggest loser i wm be the guests of the West-
ln the Majors las: season with Chester Racing Association,
20 defeats, won his third game, which conducts the meeting at
against a lone loss thus far this; the sumptuous Long Inland
season for the Athletics in the: racing plant. One opening-day
opener with held from Carl race is named the "Parts Blrth-
Scheib while Morris Martin, an I day." Madame Roger Feydoux
ex-Dodger picked up In the play- wife of the French Consul Oen-
er draft, won the nightcap in eral is slated to present a tro-
relief. i phy to the winner of the day's
The second game was cut to' feature race., the $20,000 To-
elght innings due to the Pennsyl- ; boggan Handicap.
v'anla curfew. The fashion show also Is plan-
In other American League; ned to tie In with the French
ames, the Browns defeated the celebration by showing the latest
Igers 13-10 then lost 5-3 at St. in both French and American
Louis while the Indians drubbed styling.
the White Sox at Chicago 11-2: The Toboggan a six furlong
and battled to a 4-4 tie In ten I jaunt down the famed Wldener
innings in the second game chute has attracted a field of
which was called to permit the 14 craclc sprinters. However last
Indians to catch the train.
The Red Sox topped the Sen-
ators 10-1 at Washington.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers moved into first
place in the National League by
outslugglng the Braves 12-6 at
Boston while the Oiants pushed
last year's Champion Phillies
.into seventh place by topping
them 11-4 at the Polo Grounds.
The Reds twice defeated the
Cardinals 7-2 and 6-3 at ctncln-
natl and the Pirates beat the
Cubs 2-1 and then lost 6-0 at
Pittsburgh.
Bob Feller, moving along to-
ward one of his best seasons,
won his fourth straight game for
the Indians an eight-hitter in
Which Al Rosen supplied the
ahlef punch, a grand slam
homer.
Fight Dope
By UNITED PRESS
I"~Offlclals of the European Box-
ing Union say It's an American
TfCpblem whether the winner of
use Johnny Bratton. Kid Gavi-
ln bout should be recognized as
world's welterweight champion.
Bratton and Gaviln meet this
Friday at New York in the tile
bout.
"We have taken no position on
the matter for the present," an
EBU spokesman says, "and we'll
await the result to see if we have
to take one."
Bratton is recognized by the
National Boxing Association as
welter king, while the New York
-Commission has agreed to re-
-cognise the winner.
'* Promoter Jimmy Nixon says he
-lias sisned Rex Lavne Salt
'Lake City heavyweight contender
.--- to headline the first major
outdoors boxing card held in
.^Cansas City in 12 years. The
bouts will be stneed In Riverside
ytadlum June 19th.
,'" Nixon says he and Matchmaker
FrankGatto are seeking a suit-
able opponent from sucn stand-
.cut\ as Rocky Marciano and Bob
Baiterfleld. Gatto adds that Irish
;33ob Murphy already has agreed
iSp an outdoor bout in Kansas
ICity late in July.
year's winner "Plet" won't
be In the field. The Peter Markey
horse accldently was left out of
the entries.
High weight for the spring Is
Mrs. Andy Schuttinger'a "Ferd."
at 126 pound. The on of Lo-
chlnvar recently set a new track
record for a mile and one-18th
at Garden State Park and also
I won the Paumonok Handicap
' opening day feature at Jamaica
1 Race Track, in New York.
Two speedsters with excellent
! credentials "Sheila's Reward,'"
' and "Delegate" looned as out-
Plumnier, Garcia
Resume Training
Federico Plummer and Fran-
cisco (iilon Garcia toady resumed
their training after last week's
political disturbance* caused an
interruption in their workouts for
the scheduled May 13 bout which
was postponed until this Sundav,
May 20, at the Panama Olympic
Stadium.
Garcia has been tuning up ex-
cellently and looks sharp. He has
done most of his sparring against
Lightweight Champion Wllfredo
Brown. Brown is an elongated
battler with more-or-lesa the
same style as Plummer.
Interest is also running high
about the six-round semifinal
between sensational Leonel Per-
alta and Belo Sranllebury. Peral-
ta has six wins in six pro bouts
five of them bv knockout.
Scantlenury. winner of his first
four pro bouts, suddenly lost his
"touch" and dropped two of his
last three while drawing the
other. He will be going all out to
regain lost prestige.
standing rivals for Ferd. Sheila's
Reward was vote the nation's
sprint champion last year while
Delegate was the 1949 tltleholder.
Rounding out the field are
"Tea-Maker." "Casemate,'' "Ma-
gic Word," "Bull Page." "Navy
Chief," "Nell K," "Singing Step,"
"War King," "Hyphasis." "Jum-
bo," and "Big Story." Jumbo ii
the only three-year-old in the
race.
Twenty-one stake races car-
rying almost a half-million in
added money will be decided
during the Belmont meeting. The
highlight of the session will be
the 83rd running of the $100,000
Belmont Stakes, scheduled for
June 16.
The Belmontat one mile and
one-half -is the third jewel in
the triple crown championship
for three-year-olds.
Juan Franco
FIRST RACE
1 Filigrana $12.80. $8, $5.
2El Mao $4. $2.60.
3Mueco $2.40.
SECOND RACE
1Fomento $24. $7, $2.60.
2Callejera $3.80. $2.40.
3Campesino $2.20.
First Doubles:
(Filigrana-Fomento) $142.
THIRD RACE
IIslero $2.40, $2.20.
2-Tltom $2.20.
One-Two:
(Islero-Titoin) $4.40.
FOURT HRACE
1Rosoning $440. $2.40, 02.20.
2Antecede $2.60, $2.20.
3Manhattan $2.20.
Quiniela:
(Rosoning-Anteced) $5.60.
FIFTH RACE
1Amazona (ei $380, $3.80.
2White Fleet in $3.80.
Teams
Brooklyn .
Boston .
Chicago .
Pittsburgh .
St. Louis .
New York .
Philadelphia
Cincinnati .
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.440
TODAYS GAMES
No games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
First Game
Chicago M0 eOO Ml1
Pittsburgh 26t Mx2
Schalta ($-2), McLiah am
Walker. ^
Queen (2-2) and McCullough.
Second Game
Chicago M 662 103 6 1
Pittsburgh OM 008 000 6 2
Klippsteln (2-0) and Owen.
Dickson (4-2). Werle and Flts-
gerald.
American League
Teams
New York .
Washington .
Chicago ....
Detroit ....
Cleveland . .
Boston ....
Philadelphia .
St. Louis ...
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Top Golfers To Compete
In Five-Flight Tourney
Pan American World Airway's Senior Beereeentaliv, E. D.
Todd. has announced that they will sponsor an Isthmian-wide
invitational golf tournament which will he played at the Cam-
bn Gelf and Country Club during the snenth f Juae.
This is grea news for all amateur golfers who are Invited to
enter the tournament and compete for some of the most beauti-
fsl prises that have ever awarded. Entries close Mav 2$.
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Washington.
Cleveland at New York (N.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
First Game
H II l
Detroit M2 Sit e00-10 11 3
St. Louis 14 MO 2*x-lS 18 2
Rogovln, Bearden (1-1), Trucks,
White. M( I.eland and Ginsberg.
Garver (4-2) and Lellar.
First Game
Phlla. 1M M0 1002 5 2
New York 212 1M 14x-ll 11 2
J. Thompson (1-2). Cristante.
Candinl, Britln and Silvestrl.
Jansen (S-S) and Noble.
Second Game
Phila. 101 MO MO2 8 1
New York ltl lit lOx4 9 0
Heintitelman (1-4), Konstanty
and Wllber.
Maglie (4-2) and Noble.
Second Game
Detroit tM MS Mt5 II 1
St. Louis MO ItS tMS g 1
Gray (1-2) and Robinson.
Widmar (1-2), Kennedy, Fil-
ete and Moss.
First Gane
First Game
St. Louis t20 M0 000------2 I
Cincinnati 303 tM lOx7 It t
Lanier (1-2), Wilks, Boyer, Da-
sak and Garagiola.
Fox (2-li, Raffemberger and
Scheffing.
Cleveland Ml OM Mt-ll t 3
Chicago 0M Ml 1M2 t 2
Feller (4-t) and Hegan.
Hoicombe (2-11. Kretlaw, Lltte-
field, Mahoney, Rotblatt and
Niarhoa, Erautt.
SIXTH RACE
1S. Domino $4.40. $2.80, $2.20.
2Fanglo $3.80, $2.20.
3Fright $2.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Blido $4.80. $2.2U.
2Full $4.
Second Doubles:
(Silver Demino-Bolido)
MM
Second Game
St. Louis OM 1M 002-J It 1
Cincinnati 015 M0 lOx6 I 2
Presko (1-2), Wilks and Gara-
giola, Kami.
Ramsdell (1-4) and Prameaa.
Brooklyn Ml 304 030-12 14 4
Boston 3M DM 0M6 t 1
Eriklne. Van Cnyk. Hatten, Pa-
lles (1-1) and Edwards.
Surkont, Cale (t-1), Estock,
Donovan and St. Claire.
La Boca Sports
LA BOCA SENIOR SOFTBALL
LEAGUE
EIGHTH RACE
1High Mount $9.60. $7.40, $4.40.
2- In Tune $4.60, $3.20.
3Navajo Trail $440.
Quiniela:
(High Mount-In Time) $23.
NINTH RACE
-D. D. T. $81. $8 20.
Hetun $3.20.
One-Two:
(D. D. T-Hetun) $115.
TENTH RACK
1Riomar $4.40. $4.40.
2-Pajarito $3.80.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Riding East $2.60.
Robert Kielhofer Wins
Expert Rifleman Medal
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mav 14
R. Robert Kielhofer. 10, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Kiel-
hofer. Cocoli. C. Z., has won the
Expert Rifleman Medal. It was
announced here today by the Na-
tional Rifle Association.
Young Kielhofer first took up
the target sport about one year
ago. He has climbed steadily
through the 13 lower rankings,
and with one more step he will
reach the top In junior shooting,
he Distinguished Rifleman rat-
ng.
He Is a fifth grade student at
he Cocoli School and a member
if the Cocoli Junior Gun Club.
Mr. G. M. Sylvester U the club
Instructor.
FOR BRONCHITIS
COUGHS, COLDS
It's Triple Strength
Loosens Things Up
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Panama Radio Corp. 6 0
Spur Cola.....6 0
Mueblera Ideal ... 6 1
Chesterfield.....6 2
Cervecera Nacional 4 4
3 4
3 4
2 7
1 5
1 8
Second Game
Cleveland 1M M0 1004 10 0
Chicago 0M Ml 21t4 It t
Chakales. Lemond and Teb-
bette.
Cain, Dorlsh and Masi, Niar-
hoa.
First Game
New York BM ltl tit4 It t
Phlla. 210 1M Its5 IS 1
Reynolds (2-2), Sanford, Mor-
gan and Berra.
Kellner (4-1), Seheib and Tip-
ton, Murray.
Second Game
Alumni
ptica Sosa ....
Reliance-P. Rattan
Panama Stars . .
Elks.......
Pet.
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1000
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.750;
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.187
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Now York tM tit M4 4 t
Phila. 250 tit It9 11 1
Shea, Oatrowakl (1-1), Sanford,
Morgan and Berra.
Coliman, Wyse, Martin (1-0).
Booper and Murray.
Called at the end of tth ac-
count Sunday Curfew.
Boston tit 413 M2-10 11 t
Washington 1M Mt MO1 1 1
Parnell (S-S) and Batts.
Kasava (2-S), Ross, Brown and
Graaso.
This tournament will carry the
officials title of PAN AMERICAN
WORLD AIRWAYS I8THMIAN
INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT.
It wUl consist of five flights and
qualifying rounds will be played
at Gamboa Golf Course on Sa-
turday, June 2 and Sunday, June
3. 1951. Medal core will deter-
mine the allocation to flights.
The playera with the 32 lowest
scores will be matched in the
Champlonahlp Flight and at the
end of the first week's play, the
16 defeated players from the
Championship Flight will com-
prise the First Flight, thus giving
the best Isthmian players two
opportunities to win prizes. The
Second. Third and Fourth
Flights will consist of other
qualifying players whose position
will be determined, by their
qualifying scores. There will be
no handicap allowance. All
elimination matches will consist
of 18 holes and must be complet-
ed, at the latest, by Sunday
afternoon of each week.
Priaes will be awarded to the
medalist, and to the winners and
runners-up of each flight. Mr.
Todd has ordered these prizes
through his Miami Office and the
early reports are that they will
not only meet the approval of
all contestants but will greatly
sharpen the competitive spirit of
all playera In their efforts to win
one of them. These prises will be
displayed as soon as they reach
the Isthmus.
There will be no entrance fee
for this tournament and within
this week, entry blanks will be
sent to all Isthmian golf clubs
where they may be secured by
all who desire to play.
There will be no entrance fee
for this tournament and within
this week, entry blanka will be
sent to all Isthmian golf clubs
where they may be secured by
all who desire to play.
In order to give all competitors
ample and adequate opportunity
to become familiar with the lay-
out, the Oamboa Golf Course Will
be open Immediately for the use
of all prospective tournament
entrante, without charge. It Is
recommended that everyone,take
full advantage of this chance to
play the Oamboa course, for
some players may find plenty of
trouble there. In the form of side
hill lies, both up and down; a
short water carry, which la not
difficult to a good iron player,
but ts tricky with sand traps and
a sloping green. Two 5-par holes,
one with a little dog-leg, not
really tough, but holes that re-
quire accuracy.
It is reported that the Isth-
mian best will competa Johnny
and Charlie MacMurray, "Doc"
Mitten, Jaime de la Ouardla.
Matt Shannon. Knllkowakl, the
Riley brothers, are all enthusias-
tic about the tournament. These
names alone will assure much
rivalry, but in addition, there will
be sixty to eighty lesser known
players competing and- the win-
ners of each flight will really
have to play golf.
Duke Nalon Whs
Nemorial Day Race
Prized Pole Position
INDIANAPOLIS. May 14 (UP)
Dapper Duke Nalon has won the
prized pole position for the In-
dianapolis 500 mile race with a
record-breaking quallflc a 110 n
test.
The 38-year-old Sherman Oaks,
California, driver averaged bet-
ter than 136-mlles per hour over
the 10-mlle test.
Lee Wallard of Tampa. Florida,
also bettered the old trial record
when he qualified at more than
135 miles per hour.
Eight other drivers also quali-
fied Jack McGrath of Glen-
dale, California. Duane Carter of
Culver City, California, Mauri
Rose of South Bend, Indiana;
Trop Ruttman of Lynwood, Ca-
lifornia; Mike Nazaruk of East
Meadow. New York; Johnny Par-
sons of Van Nuys California;
Tony Bettenhausen of Tinley
Park, Illinois; and Cecil Green of
Houston, Texas.
Today s
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Panama Radio Corporation.
Spur Cola, and Mueblera Ideal
are bunched In a homestretch
drive for first half-season honors
of the ten-team La Boca 8enlor
Softball League.
The schedule for the comple-
tion of the first half-season fol-
lows:
May 14Panama Stars, vs. Spur
Cola.
May 15Panama Radio Corp. vs
Mueblera Ideal.
May 16Alumni vs. ptica Sosa
May 17Panama Radio Corp. vs
Chesterfield.
May 18ptica Sosa vs. Pana-
ma Stars.
May 19Mueblera Ideal vs. Cer-
vecera Nacional (3
p.m.)
May 19Chesterfield vs. 8 p u r
Cola.
May 21Alumni vs. Panama
Stara.
May 22-Panama Radio Corp. vs.
Spur Cola.
LA BOCA MINOR SOFTBALL
LEAGUE
Second Half-Season
PACIFIC DIVISONAL
SOFTBALL LEAGUE
irst-Half Standing of Teams
It's difieren!Its taster In action
it's compounded on superior, medical
fact fmd.ngs never before heard of
In this country.
Buckley's Conodiol Mixture (triple
strength I Is the nome of this omoi-
ng cough and cold prescription that
"acts like a flash" yet Is so pure ond
free from harmful orugs that a child
con toks ft. and stop coughing.
One little sip and th* ordinary
rough li gone o few doses and
(hot tough old hong On cough Is
neord no more It's
derful to watch how speedily bod.
lingering cods ore put OUt of bull
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Right away thot tightness loosens
p..the bfonchioi passages clear.. Sunday's Results:
-ou're on your toes ogoin. .happy and Commissary 17, Navy 7.
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St. Peters..... 4
Dep. Fergus ... 2
Dep. Hill..... 2
Twin City..... 1
St. it Health ... 0
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.803
.500
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Driwiof No. 1679, Sunday, May 13, 1951
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided la two serles "A" A "B" of 36 pieces each.
First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
1628
5472
7397
$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
C.Y.O. Trott and St. Peters' are
tied for first place honors in the
second-half of the La Boca Mi-
nor League.
The completion of the second-
half scheduled follows:
May 14Dep. Ifill vs. Dep. Fer-
gus.
May 15C.Y.O. Trott vs. St.'Pe-
ters'.
May 16Dep. Fergus vs. Dep
inn.
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Prize-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: first and second In Panam; third in Coln.
The nine hundred whole ticket* eadlng In I and not incladed la the above Hit win fifty-Two Dollar* (SIM) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprise the two serios "A" and "B"
gneo ov: JOBS DoMlNOO BOTO Governor of the Province of Panama
JAN AROBBMENA Q., Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WTTNFQQFCi- Luis M. TovarCdula No. 47-21973
ninicaaca. Jtv,,r Lara H.Cdula No. 47-22327
RICARDO FABRBOA JR.
Notary Public. Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary


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MR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. SCOTT, above, mi they left the
umctuarv of the Balboa I niun Church after their marriage
on May 3 Mrs. Scott la the former Eleanor Parker, daughter
of Mr. and Mn. George W. Parker of Cocoli. The young con-
pie will return to the Isthmus May 21 from their wedding
trip to New York and Masiachussets, and will reside at
OT16-L Williamson Place, Balboa.
Marriage Announcement
Mrs. Marie Arias Smith o Be-
lla Vista announces the marriage
of her daughter, Cecilia Smith
Navarro, to Chester Wesley Dud-
ley, Jr. on Saturday, the twelfth
of May In New York City, New
York. The marriage was solemn-
ized In the presence of relatives
and close friends of the couple.
Ian Johnson Married
to Miss Hall
The following account of
marriage on April 20 of
the
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Johnson and Miss Carolyn Mae
Hall appeared in the May 2 issue
of the "Elmlra (N.Y.) Star Ga-
zette." The bridegroom and his
parents are former residents of
the Canal Zone.
"Miss Carolyn Mae Hall,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon J.
Hall, Rock Stream, was married
Sunday afternoon to Ensign Ian
J. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Johnson, also of Rock
Stream.
"The ceremony took place In
the Rock Stream Presbyterian
Church, at 4 o'clock. The double
ring service was performed by
the pastor, the Rev. Lyman Tai-
man, and the Rev. Barnett 8. Eby,
of the Lake St. Presbyterian
Church, Elmira.
"The" bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. She wore a
gown of ivory, brocaded satin,
fashioned with fitted bodice, long
sleeves and full skirt ending in
circular *T-aIn. A veil of illusion
was held by a matching braid,
caught with pearls. She carried a
white orchid on a satin-covered
prayer book. Her only jewelry
was a strand of pearls given her
by the bridegroom.
"Mrs. Arnold Fleming of Brock-
port, was her sister's matron of
honor. She wore embroidered
marquisette, with matching braid.
and mitts and carried a colonial
bouquet of yellow roses, with yel-
low ribbon.
"Mrs. David Smith, Montour
Falls, and Miss Cora Jane De-
Munn. Sayre, Pa. were brides-
maids and wore yellow embroid-
ered marquisette with matching
braids and mitts and carried co-
lonial bouquets of yellow roses,
with green ribbon.
"Lois Eby. Elmlra. was flower
girl. She wore yellow embroider-
ed marquisette, with matching
bonnet.
"The bridegroom's best man
was Arnold Fleming and Mid-
shipmen Peter A. Farmer. How-
ard E. Jenson. John K. Howell
and J. Kelsey Chadwlck. all of
the Cornell University R.O.T.C.
Unit, were ushers.
"Mrs. John W. Peelle. Rock
Stream, played the organ, and
Mrs. John Dutton, Elmlra, was
vocal soloist.
"The bride's mother wore navy
blue, with pink accessories and a
corsage of pink rosebuds, and the
groom's mother wore powder
blue, with grey accessories and a
corsage of pink rosebuds.
"At the reception held In Me-
morial Hall. Rock Stream, guests
were present from Washington,
DC, Union City, New Jersey, Ca-
nal Zone. Rochester and Elmlra.
"Mrs. Nathaniel Chadwlck.
Lakemont. entertained In honor
of the bride-elect, and a commu-
nity shower was tendered in Rock
Stream Memorial Hall.
"Following the ceremony, the
couple left Immediately for San
Diego. Calif., where they will be
at home at 1537 Felspar St.
"The bride is a graduate of
Dundee Central School and of a
recent class at Beardiley'a Pri-
vate Business School, of Elmlra.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Balboa High School, canal Zona,
and of the class of 1950, Cornell
University. He now holds a com-
mission as Ensign in the US. Na-
vy and is presently serving on
board the US 8. Southerland."
Mr. and Mrs. Chiari Announce
Engagement of Their Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto F. Chiari
have announced the engagement
of their daughter. Carmen Ceci-
lia, to Raul Arango. Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Arango. The
date of the wedding has not been
set.
Tea Honors
Miss Gardner
Mrs. Worden H. Cowen enter-
tained at tea Saturday afternoon
at her residence In Balboa, hon-
oring Misa Beatrice S. Gardner
on the occasion of her birthday
anniversary. Presiding at the tea
table were Miss Hallle Beavers
and Mrs. George Eugene. Miss
Lois Morgan assisted the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
to Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lawson of
Loa Angeles. California, who vis-
ited here several weeks ago. are
expected to arrive early this week
on the SS "Helder" after a tour
of South America. They will
spend ft few days on the Isthmus
before sailing for California on
the SS Mormacgulf.
Writer* Group Dinner
Tomorrow Evening
The Writers' Group of the Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women. Canal Zone Branch, will
meet for dinner and a round ta-
ble discussion Tuesday at 6:30
p.m. in the Fern Room of the Ho-
tel Tivoli. Those planning to at-
tend the dinner are asked to te-
lephone reservations to Miss Ma-
ble Shaffar.
Birth Announcement
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Nolan H.
Srjencer of Langley Field. Virgi-
nia, announce the birth of a
daughter. Katherlne Ellen, ttielr
first child, on May 11. Mrs. Spen-
cer is the former Jane Frances
Trimble, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Trimble of Balboa.
Stamp Clnb Meets
Tonight
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold a regular meeting tonight
at 7:30 In the Librarv of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board Armed Forces
Service Canter In Balboa. After
0'Dwyer's Pal Moran
Lied To Kefauver.
Draws Five Years
NEW YORK. May 14. (UP)
James J. Moran, close friend and
political protege of former mayor
OT>wyer, was given the maxi-
mum penalty of five years In Jail
and a $2,000 fine for lying
to the Senate Crime Investigat-
ing committee.
The Government had demand-
ad that the 40-year-old ousted
olty official receive the full pen-
alty because his perjury "was an
affront to the dignity of the
Senate and the people of the
United states."
Moran was charged with lying
to the committee to cover up his
relations with Louis Weber,
Brooklyn numbers racket king.
He was the first person con-
victed as a result of the commit-
tee's public bearing* here In
March.
Moran's face grew flushed u
he heard Judge Charles A. Dewey
pronounce sentence. He served
notice that he would appeal his
case and was freed on $25,000
ball. When asked to comment on
his sentence, Moran said simply:
"I rather expected It."
Moran told the Senate com-
mittee that Weber visited htm
less than six times when he was
first deputy fire commissioner
from 1948 to 1950. But the gov-
ernment produced witnesses who
said Weber came calling on Mo-
ran about 100 times.
Weber himself will go on trial
for perjury today for telling
the committee he had never even
met Moran. Moran admitted to
the committee that he had
known Weber for "20 or SO
years."
the business meeting a "swap"
session will be held.
Rebekahs to Meet
Tomorrow Evening-
Isthmian Canal Rebekah Lodge
No. 1, I.O.O.F. will meet tomor-
row at 7:Sn p m in the Ameriten
Legion Hall, Balboa. All member
and visiting Re .ekahs are invit-
ed to be present.
De Molay and Rainbow
Installation Wednesday
Pacific Chapter. Order of De-
Molay and the Balboa Assembly
No. 1, Order of Rainbow for Girls,
will hold a Joint open installa-
tion of officers at the Scottish
Rite Temple. Balboa on Wednes-
day at 7:00 p.m. Dr. Harry A. Mer-
feld. Rabbi of the Congregation
Kol Shearlth Israel of Panama
City, will be the guest speaker.
The parents, relatives and friends
of the DrMolays and Rainbows
are cordially Invited to attend.
Emblem Clnb Meeting
Wednesday
Balboa Emblem Club No. 49 is
to meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
at the American Legion Hall In
Balboa.
Duplicate Bridge Game
This Evening
All bridge players are Invited
to take part In the weekly dupli-
cate contract bridge tournament
to be played this evening at 6:45
at the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
QdlUMxiL
Thursday EiilmEfiiiM Thursday
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famous Cardinal Mindszenty trial!...
20th MP Company
Will Take Families
On Birthday Picnic
FORT GULICK, May 14 To-
morrow, all oflcers and men
of the 20th Military Police Com-
pany not needed for essential
duties will Journey to Ft. Ran-
dolph to celebrate the first an-
niversary of the founding of
their organization.
The celebration at Ft. Ran-
dolph will be picnic-style, with
sandwiches and refreshments,
an apple-diving contest, sack-
races, fishing, a volleyball game,
and appropriate music by the
80th Armv Band. Families of the
officers and men, as well as per-
sonnel of Atlantic Sector Head-
quarters Detachment, will help
the military policemen to celeb-
rate. For those who like to dance,
Emilio (Mlyln) Rodriguez and
his Mambo Monarchs will keep
the Joint Jumping with guara-
chas, rumbas, pasodobles, one:,.
waltzes, foxtrots and swing
music.
Key personnel of the 30th are
capt. Denver Y. Heath, Com-
pany Commander: 1st Lt. Jack
B. Oakley. Exceutlve Officer; 1st
Lt. Walter O. McBrlde. Motor
Officer; WOJG Gordon C.
Knight, Mess Officer, and First
Sergeant G. W. Wyatt.
While the company will celeb-
rate Its first anniversary as the
20th MPs. previous to that de-
signation which was given them
on May 15, 1950. they were
known as the 548th MP Com-
pany, and Were stationed at Fort
DeLesseps. Fort Davis and then
Fort Gullck. The 548th MP Com-
pany was organized Jan. 15,1947,
at Fort DeLesseps and had fur
its first commanding officer,
executive officer and first ser-
geant, respectively: Capt. Ro-
land H. Reynolds. 1st Lt. Ernest
P. Bonde, and M/Sgt. Max B.
Taylor.
Trigger Happy Posse
Seeks Rape Suspect,
Shoots Constable
YOUNGSTOWN, Fla., May 14
(UP A heavily-armed posse
waded North Florida swamp
country today In a blinding rain
which washed away Immediate
hope of cornering an attempted
rape suspect.
The No. 1 suspect In the as-
sault on a middle-aged house-
wife was a 19-year-old Negro
bearing a long scar on his face.
Sheriff Alva Thomas said he
believed the fugitive was hiding
In a swamp "alive with alligat-
ors, snakes and wildcats."
The 45-year-old woman told
Thomas that she was alone
Wednesday afternoon when a
Negro entered the boarding
house she and her husband op-
erate, threw her down and at-
tempted to "force his will" on
her.
She kicked him In the sto-
mach and he fled Into a nearby
marshy undergrowth.
Constable Ted Crooms, 44, still
was in critical condition from a
bullet wound In the head, suf-
fered when he Joined the
search immediately after the
attempted rape. The sheriff said
one of the trigger-ready posse
must nave wounded the officer
"since I understand from the
woman that the Negro wasn't
armed."
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the committee In charge of ar-
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All members are urged to be
present.
Interesting Visitors Arrive
Today
Mrs. George L. C. Hunter, of
Savannah. Georgia, arrived today
on the S.S. "Andaman" for a visit
with her niece and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Raoul Therlault of Mar*
garita.
Mrs. Hunter is the literary and
art critic for the Savannah
"Morning News" and is a well-
known artist in her own right.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LA PORTA, above, following their
wedding in the Church of the Holy Familv In Margarita,
Saturday. Mrs. La Porta is the former Miss Melba Flores o
Cristobal.
MISS BEVINOTON WEDS MR ETIENNE
Mr. -tnd Mr*. H. P. Boington, of Margarita, announce the
marriage of their daughter. Jane Parks, to Mr. Martin Etlen-
ne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Etlenne, of Union City, New
The ceremony took place in St. John's Episcopal Church
Church in Union City, at four o'clock, Saturday. May 12th
with Reverend James Pomtret officiating.
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Rose Chapel U Scene
of Brock-Hall Nuptials
The Rose Chapel of the Boston
Ave. Methodist Church in TuLsa.
Oklahoma, was the setting on A-
prll 21. for the wedding of Miss
Joy Lee Brock, daughter of Mrs.
Arnlta Jay Brock and the late Al-
bert W. Brock to William Rich-
ard Nail, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
V. Nail of Richmond. California,
formerly of Gatun, Canal Zone.
The bride was given in mar-
riage bv Kenneth Hays. She wore
a ballerina length dress of white
nylon marquisette over satin. Her
shoulder length veil fell from a
pink flower-trimmed hat. Her all-
white formal bouquet was of
gardenias and hyacinths tied
and showered with white satin
ribbons.
Miss Carol Brock was maid of
honor for her sister. Her nvlon
marquisette gown was of light
blue and her bouquet of white
spring flowers was tied with
matching ribbons. Her white
flower-trimmed hat was covered
with tulle. The bridegroom's sis-
ter. Miss Norma Nail, of Stillwa-
ter. was bridesmaid. She was
gowned Identically to the maid of
honor and carried the same kind
of flowers.
Gene Carroll was best man.
Ushers were Rav Burdlck, Stlll-
water and Dougias Morgan. Tul-
sa.
The bride's mother was hostess
at a reception In her home follow-
ing the ceremony. Assistants were
{Panama Canal Clubhouses
Showing Today
Miss Dorothy Miller. Miss Pat
Mangan. Miss Helen Kennedy
and Miss Glennan Wilkerson.
After a short wedding trip the
couple will live at 309 E. 15th St..
Tulsa. Mr. Nail is with the stand-
ards department of Oklahoma
Steel cast i
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Eustls Kel-
ly. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Creed, all
from Bartlesvllle. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Smlthson, Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Brock, all from Okmul-
Sqee; Mrs. Arthur Fgate and
Irs. Bertha Haller, Salina. Kan-
sas.
Rainbow Meeting Tomorrow
The members of the Cristobal
Assembly of the Order of the
Rainbow for Girls will meet to-
morrow night at 7:00 at the Qa
tun Masonic Temple. This meet-
ing was postponed from last
week and officers will be elected
at this time.
Members are asked to note the
place of meeting the Gatun
Masonic Temple.
Circle Meeting
The three circles of the Gatun
Union Church Auxiliary, who are
planning the card party for
Thursday evening will meet to-
morrow morning at the Gatun
Union Church to make their final
plans for the party.
The card party will be held at
the Gatun Masonic Temple,
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
The 75 cents admission will cover
ref reshment* and chances at door
prizes as well as table prizes.
Residents of Gatun and Atlan-
tic Side friends are cordially In-
vited to attend and enjoya social
evening.
Gatun Star Clnb Meeting
The Gatun Star Club will meet
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. George Poole. Sr.. in Gatun.
All Eastern Stars are cordially
invited to attend.
National Sojournera Meeting
National Sojourners. Carib-
bean Chapter No. 21, will hold
their monthly dinner meeting to-
morrow night at the Elks' Home
at Brazos Heights.
An interesting talk bv a sur-
prise speaker is anticipated by
Mother's Day Breakfast
The second period Household
Arts girls of the eighth grade, of
Cristobal Junior High School, en-
tertained their mothers at a buf-
fet breakfast given Wednesday,
May 9 in their classroom.
Carol Newhard and Leolia Bai-
ley decorated the table* which
were centered with a basket of
floral corsages, which were later
presented the guests. A maypole
with gay streamers and spring
bonnet favors carried out the
springtime theme.
Duplicate Bridge Winners
The winners of last week's du-
plicate bridge games which are
held at the Margarita Clubhouse
every Monday evening were:
East and west. Mrs. Henry A.
Hartwlg with Mr. Harry Freld-
land; Mr. O. O. Brown with Mr.
C. Huston: Mrs. James Searbor*
ough with Mrs. Waiter Skelstal-
tis. North and South. Mrs. L. B.
Cottrell with Mr. W. E. Gibson!
Captain Sam Roe and Colonel H.
(Continued en race BIX>
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAO.T NEWSPAFE
MONDAY, MAT 14, 1951
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VENETIAN
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Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
. METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops, CORAl.HI;
wall board and NATCOR
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
*7 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS, SLIP-COVERS and
RE-UPHOLSTERING nil us or vfctll
** show-reom Cuilom built rurnl-
-tr our speciality. Sea our Deco-
ratar'e Fabrics. Free Estimate*. NA-
TIQNAI. UPHOLSTERY (A. Hern) 1.
f. He la 0*ia Na. 77 (Anta. Raw)
New Telephone 3-4*28.
LEICA CAMERAS
.'Model II IF Synchronised
LENSES Ac ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
;; At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:1941 Pontioc 181 Club
Coup* in excellent condition.
$200.00 overhaul work recently
completed, tire excellent, radio
and heater. Price $500.00. 5444-
L. Endicptt St. Diablo.
FOR SALE:Dodge Kinswoy Cuitom
4-door sedan, duty paid, leather
trim, rodio, only 16,000 miles.
Phone Colon 594-L or Cristobol
2476.
FOR SALE1946 Ford Tudor Sedan.
5627-D Hecker PI. r Rousseau,
Diablo. All day Sunday and otter
4:30 weekdays.
Need trouble shooter don't trade
the old car in and take a big loss
get it fixed by experts ot Tro-
pical Motors Inc.
FOR SALE: Bargain, 1941 Ford
Coupe, excellent motor, new paint,
$275.00. Tenth Street 8068,
opartment 8, Coln.
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates a truly fine cor, 1949
Buick Dynoflow Roodmoster Sedan-
ette with Radio and Air System.
Less than 9,000 octual miles,
maintained in perfect condition.
This cor delivers in New York for
$3.265.00. Availoble here for S2,-
100.00. Telephone Panama 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings, Sturgill.
FOR SALE:Buick 38 Coach, leav-
ing for States, good condition,
original owner, B.250.00. Federico
Boyd No. 1. Phone 3-1516.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford Tudor, 6
cylinder. Recent complete over-
haul. Coll 'falboa 2-6396.
FOR SALE: 1940 Packard, four
door sedon. Good condition. Good
tires, radio, $325.00. Phone 2-
1954. 611-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE1937 Ford Panel Truck.
1934 Plymouth Truck. Both in
good condition. 1402-C. Corr St
Balboo. Coll Balboa 2-2790.
Rose Belgrave, 26,
Dies In Santo Tomas
Rose Belgrave. 26. who died
t 11:30 a. m. at the Santo To-
rnas Hospital, will be burled to-
snorrow afternoon at the Cor-
zal Cemetery.
-ttbI e-vices are listed for
1 p. m. at the Corozal Chapel.
. i.-teoe will leave Carlos I-
caza St. No. 18, San Miguel, at
12:30 p. m.
She Is survived bv young
ehUdren Augustus. Wllhei-
rnina and Carlotta. whose father
is the popular ball-player,
Frank Austin. She is also sur-
vived by her mother. Mrs. Eunice
Belgrave, and a sister, Clemen-
cia
She was a former employe of
the Pacific Clubhouse.
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Atlantic Society...
(Continued From Pate FIVE)
A. Greene: tied" for third place
were Mrs. Garland Orr and Mr.
John Fahnestock and Mrs. Irl
Sanders. Jr. and Mr*. E. W.
MUlspaugh.
Visitor in Gatun
Miss Shirley Mllllan. of Pedro
Miguel was the weekend guest of
Miss Carol Newhard of Oatun
and attended the R.O.T.C. A-
wards Ball at the Coco Solo Offi-
cers Club Saturday evening.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da you have a drinkm* .roalm?
Writ. Alcoholics Anonym**
So 2031 Anean, C. X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Milaew-propt. >3-3
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
Bids will be received in the office of
th* Ganara! Manoger of th* Com-
missary Division. Mt. Hope, C. Z.,
until 3:00 p. m., Tuesday, May
29, 1951. for furnishing 620,000
pounds, or alternatively 310,000
pounds ot Fine Granulated Sugar.
Forms of proposal, with full parti-
culars, may be obtained from the
office of the Supply & Service Di-
rector at Belboa Heights, or from
the office of the General Manager,
Commissary Division, Mt. Hope, C.
Z.
Is your car ready for scrop? We will
buy it. Garoge Casino 291, Cen-
tral Avenue,
FOR SALE:Kiddie Koop with mot-
tress, baby chair and scale, $30.-
00. 557-A, Curundu Hgts.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS FOR
FURNISHING X-RAY FILMS AND
POWDERS
The Panama Canal invites proposals
fos furnishing X-ray films and
powders ond storage facilities for
Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1952.
Sealed bids will be received up to
10:30 A. M.. May 23, 1951. Invi-
tation No. 389 available at office
of Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa, telephone 2-2777.
Th* Panama Canal offers for sol*
under sealed bids, to be opened
10:30 A. M., May 21, 1951, on*
ruling machine and six printing
presses, located ot Panama Rail-
rood Pr**s, Mount Hop*, Canal
one. For information and inspect-
ion contact Mr. E. C. Cotton.
Printer, telephone 3-1787. Bid
forms moy be obtained from the
Panamo Railroad Press, Mount
Hop*, or from the office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
boa, telephone 2-2777.
Wanted Position
WANTED:Biligual Americon with
administrativa, salas, transporta-
tion and gneral business *xp*ri-
ence desires position. Writ* J. D.
Box I 34, Panamo.
Announcement of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Melton B. Smith,
of Oatun. announce the birth of
their second son at the Colon Hos-
pital, Friday. May 11.
Emblem Club Meeting
Cristobal Emblem Club No. 52.
will hold its monthly social to-
morrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks'
home. Hostesses for the evening
will be Mrs. Florence Lutro. Mrs.
Dorothy La Crolx and Mrs. Helen
Morrisson. All members are urg-
ed to attend.
The club is planning a rhum-
mage sale the latter part of June.
The chairman is Mrs. Frances
Brassell assisted by Mrs. Char-
lotte Tully. Mrs. Helen Morrison.
Mrs. Gertrude Allgaler and Mrs.
Fanny Kaplan. Contributions to
any members of the committee
will be appreciated.
HOUSE PAINT
longer life, greater economy
J tfw Shrrw'.n-Williama House
itl Now tin* "Choice of leading
" bring* you smoother,
coating . new,
colara... new wear
reaiitancel
m
Ave. Norte S3 Tel. 2-M10
Cavile Martn Sosa No. 3
Tel 3-1424
SHlWMMlllMSmHiTS
THE LEPEVRE COP
Phone 2-313.1
LOTS FOR 8ALR
Down Payment Slot.
Monthly Payment SIS
BEsLOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
Meter
Ren*: Heavy
round leveling
fclament tor
[0 We stanl lt* on Lone lerma
UjCI*^tS3*n^S^*eJy
Registration for
Camp Harriet-Morrow
The registration for Brownies
and Girl Scouts to attend Camp
Harriet Morrow which begins the
20th of June, started this after-
noon at the office in Margarita.
Girls mav be registered through
May 18 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at
the office. The registration blank
must be accompanied by the S2
registration fee.
Parents, girls or leaders may
register the girls.
Freighter, Tender
Collide In Mouth
Of Chesapeake Bay
NORFOLK. Virginia, May 24
. The freighter Thomas
Tracy and a Navy seaplane ten-
der collided todav at Cape Henry,
in the mouth of Chesapeake Bay.
Both vessels burst into flames,
the Coast Guard reported. Both
crews abandoned their ship's.
First reports did not tell
whether any crewman were kill-
ed or injured.
Tailors Fear
Nudes May Set
Uncostly Style
LONDON. May 14 (UP).
The magazine "Tailor and Cut-
ter" complained today that the
summer exhibition at the Ro-
yal Academy of Art here Is un-
fair to tHe tailoring industry.
The editor said he had count-
ed 94 nudes.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Responsible family re-
quires chalet, thr*e b*dooms,
garden, garage, maid's room, etc.
T*l. 3-2492,
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lawn and garden. Three bedrooms
. .with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breokfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, patlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:Well situated hous* in
Bella Vista, completely furnished
and equipped, with large garden,
three bedroom, two bathooms, etc.
ample closet and storage space,
for four months from Jun* 4th.
Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet,3 bed-
rooms, spacious yard, ot La Ca-
rrasquilla. $125.00. Tel. 3-2145.
Miguel Hive.
FOR RENT:Large ond cool resi-
dence with regular transporta-
tion, Via Espaa ond 2nd Street
No. 48 Carrasquilla. Five bed-
rooms, sitting-dmingroom ond two
services. With possibilities to oc-
comodat* two families, B.75.00.
Tel. 3-0471.
FOR RENT
Apartments
OR RENT:ALHAMBRA A PART-
MINTS. Modern furnished-unfun-
ished apartment. Contact office
No. 8061, 10th St., New Cristobal.
Phone 1386, Coln.
FOR RENT:Apartment for rent,
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140, Ponomi.
FOR RENT:- -Aportmnt for rent,
43rd Street East and Av*. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-dlningroom, servant's
quarters, hot water installation.
Good locotion, Bella Vista. No. 32,
44th Street. Telephone 3-0815.
RESORTS
Villioms Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric riftigero-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillips. Beach cottoges, Santo Clara
Box number 435. Balboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Clora beoch-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
House ON BEACH at Santa Clara.
Also mountain top home at CIRRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Balboa 2820 or see caretaker
there.
FOR RENT:Foster's furnished cot
lages, between Santa Clot* and
Rio Hoto. Phone 2-3'42, Panarro
or see caretaker,
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Norge porceloin refri-
gerator; maple bedroom sat, pia-
no, mople choir, 2 maple tables,
porch glider, 2 metol chairs, Ve-
netian blinds, beds, tools, girl'*
bicycle, kitchen cupboard and
breakfost set with 4 chairs. Cris-
tobal 3-1739.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wher. 100.000 People Miet
Presents
Today. Monday. May 1*
P.M.
3:30Music For Monday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Adventures In History
(VOA)
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA)
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Musical Notebook (VOA)
8:46American Journal (VOA
9:00COMMENTATOR'S DI-
GEST (VOA)
9:15The People Act (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA).
10:00THE WORLD AT YOUR
WINDOW (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
FOR SALE:25 cycle 1947 Frigi-
daire, bargoin. Owner leaving. Call
Cristobal 3-1562.
FOR SALE:6 aluminum Venetian
blinds, and wood porch blinds for
flat type house. A youth ber*
electric train stand, plywood witfl
two horses, 6x6. House 1406-
C, Corr Street. Balboa, C. Z.
:0R SALE:2 Bamboo Chairs, with
cushions. $25.00 each. 122 Ridge
Rood, Balboa Heights. Tel. 2-
2494.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE4 40 gay marine en-
gine, complete. Call Panama 3-
2977.
FOR RENT:Furnished on* b*droom
apartment, excellent for couple,
Federico Boyd No. 1. Phohe 3-
1516.
FOR RENT: -- First class, very cool
spocious screened opartment' in
Bello Visto, 2 porches, living-din-
ingroom, 2 bedrooms, hot water,
bath-tub; Maid's room, private
garage, gorden and potio. Phone
3-1796.
Police Chief Held
For Pistol Death
Of Handcuffed 61s
PERRY. Ga., Mav 14 (UP).
Houston County authorities Jail-
ed Thomas Bragg. Hawklnsvllle
police chief, here Saturday night
on a charge of murder in the pis-
tol slaying of two manacled and
unarmed soldiers.
Sheriff C. C. Chapman said
evidence against Bragg gathered
by County, State and Army in-
vestigators will be presented to
a Grand Jury here today.
Bragg was held without bond.
A criminal investigation team
from Camp Gordon, Ga., inves-
tigated the deaths along with
Sheriff Chapman andC.D.Leve-
rette of the Georgia Bureau of
Investigation.
Bragg was cleared by. a co-
roner's Jury at Warner Robins on
his testimony that he shot the
AWOL soldiers in self defense.
But Mrs. Essie Passmore and Mrs.
Rachel Passmore, mother and
wife of one of the slain men, ob-
tained a murder warrant against
the police chief yesterday.
Pvts. Louie L. Passmore, of
Fayetteville, N. C. and Hawklns-
vllle, and Lon Asman, Wood-
lake. Cal., both members of the
505th Airborne Infantry Regi-
ment of the 82nd Airborne Divi-
sion at Ft. Bragg, N. C, were
killed Friday night.
Bragg said he picked up the
two soldiers on an AWOL notice
and was taking them to Robins
Air Force Base when they at-
tacked him and grabbed his gun.
"We were passing over Indian
Creek bridge on Highway 341
when they jumped me," Bragg
said.
"One began choking me and
the other grabbed at my pistol,"
Bragg told the coroner, explain-
ing that they were handcuffed
together and each had a free
arm. "This is your last roundup."
Bragg said the soldiers told him.
"The one that was choking me
kept yelling get his gun and kill
him, kill him."
He said he managed to wrest
his pistol from the two and shot
one of them four times, then
shot the other twice when he
continued to fight.
Bragg said his six-year-old
on. only witness to the slaylngs.
sat very still on the back seat
.urlng the fight.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished cool
cleon room, meals If desired, Bella
Vista, 46th St. 18-A. Phone office
hours 2-1693 evening 3-1789.
FOR RENT:__Furnished room with
or without board, to respectable
person, Bella Vist 48th Street No.
7, coolest ond nicest location.
FOR RENT:Furnished room for one
bachelor, private entrance, tele-
phone, Bella Vista, 35 dollars per
month. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT--In Bella Vista, nicely
furnished rooms, kitchen privileges
if desired. Mexico Avenue 69,
near 43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
F0R SALE:21 foot Marconi-Rigged
sailboat, 2 sets soils, Evinrude
outboard motor, oors, etc. Open
cockpit holds, 6 adults comfort-
ably. Recently painted. In good
condition. Coll Fort Cloyton 3134.
Slimmer Recreation
Workers To Meet
At Pedro Miguel
A meeting of volunteer work-
ers for the Summer Recreation
Program at Pedro Miguelwhich
Includes workers from Fort Clay-
tonwill be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow In the basement of the
Union Church.
At this meeting It will be de-
cided whether or not there will
be an arts and crafts program
at Pedro Miguel, depending on
whether or not there are enough
volunteer workers for the class-
es. Volunteers from Fort Clay-
ton are especially requested to
attend the meeting Tuesday
nlaht since children from there
will take part In the program at
Pedro Miguel.
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Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 15
A.M.
6:00The Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00News
9:15SACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00News and off the Record
11:00News and off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00 News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Rhythm and Reason
2:00Les Paul and Trio
2:15Date For Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little 8how
3:30Music For Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00PANAMU8ICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Bllghof the Bounty (BBC)
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00News (VOA)
8:15What's on Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45American Viewpoint
(VOA)
9:00-Jazz Club (VOA)
9:30Battle Report (VOA)
9:45Sports World Tune of Day
(VOA)
10:00Variety Bandbox (BBC)
10:30American Cavalcade
(VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Explanation Of Symbols
VOAVoice Of America
BBC Briltsh Broadcasting
Corp.
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National Defense
Week
Mar 12-1
fT TAKES TWO HANDS/
Navy's Virty Work' Nets
$ 700; Shouts For More
BY JEUNE LA JEUNE
Special UN Group
Urges Tight Control
On Red China Arms
UNITED NATIONS, May 14
(UP)The United Nations spe-
cial committee on Korean
Sanctions today recommended
a tight strategic embargo on
arms shipments to Communist
China.
This special United Nations
group, known as the Additional
Measures Committee, voted 11-
0, with Egypt abstaining, to re-
commend the embargo.
The recommendation will be
sent to the General Assembly
probably later this week, and Is
expected to pass the World
Parliament by an overwhelm-
ing majority. But a sharp de-
bate Is expected.
The measure recommends all
countries "to apply an embargo
on the shipment to areas under
the control of the Chinese
People's Government of the
People's Republic of China and
of the North Korean authorities
of arms. ammunition, imple-
ments of war, atomic energy
materials, petroleum, and items
useful In the manufacture of
arms, ammunition and imple-
ments of war."
Actually such an embargo Is
already 90 to 95 per cent In
force as a result of restrictions
imposed by Individual govern-
ments.
Senator Douglas
Overpaid His Tax
WASHINGTON. May 14 (UP)
Sen. Paul H. Douglas. D.. 111.,
disclosed that the Bureau of In-
ternal Revenue had made a
"thorough Investigation" of his
1949 Income tax return but
found that the Government
owed him money.
He said he requested a "com-
plete examination" of his return
when the Chicago Internal re-
venue office began checking In-
to it In December 1950.
He told the United Press the
bureau notified him last month
that its complete check showed
the Government owed him a
refund of S140.50 on his tax pay-
ments for calendar year 1949.
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads,"
directed by Mrs. Alice DuBols and
produced by Mrs. Margo Hol-
combe completed Its three-night
runatCummingsHallonthe 15th
Naval District Headquarters Re-
servation Saturday night. It was
entertainment flashed back to
the "Gay Nineties." And It raised
$700 for charity.
Seated around,tables covered
with white cloths, with tin-cans
In the center for an ash-trays,
the audience was served beer in
large pitchers by waiters and bar-
maids, who looked as If they had
Just stepped out of the pasta
past when San Francisco's Bar-
bary Coast was In Its heyday.
I can't remember when I'en-
joyed myself more, unless it was
drinking champagne, cocktails
while watching can-can girls at
La Folie Bergere in Paris some
years ago. _
An Olio opened the show. That
Inimitable tickler of the ivories,
Captain H. C. Fish, dressed In a
loud checkered vest, sat before
the curtain at his piano on the
right side of the stage playing the
Interlude to a "Bicycle Built for
Two." as four .singing waiters
dressed in the best of tintype
style trooped to front stage and
roared into the song the au-
dience joined In the chorus.
The curtain rose on the first
act with the villain, Munro Mur-
gatroyd (Lt. Terry Sweeney),
posing as an artist and conniving
to win the affection of the sweet
and tender Nellie Lovelace (Mrs.
Nancy Torbett*. through whose
widowed mother's property the
railroad had to pass and make
her rich. The Widow Lovelass
was played by Mrs. Buff y Moore.
The villain's wife. Ida Rlngold.
a luscious and beautiful blond,
played by Mrs. Catherine Rezner
in a stimulating and attractive
manner, complicates his pursuit
of Nellie. Monroe takes care of
this by sealing her to silence with
a promise of riches.
Adam Oakhart. a bashful son
of a blacksmith (Lt. Hank Stir-
ling) falls in love with Nellie, but
Is checkmated bv Ida Rlngold.
Mookle Maggugglns (Donald
Moore t a rude rustic, also loves
Nellie in a respectful sort of way
and helps to bring her and Adam
together again after they were se-
parated by Ida Rlngold. Lt Fleu-
rette an attractive wench. In-
trigues Mookie. Fleurette (played
with a natural and attractive
French flare by Mrs. June Van
Scoy) Is the French maid of Mrs.
Upon Asterbllt (Mrs. Bette Sen-
ten and her daughter. Leonle. a
pretty Madison Avenue belle
(played by Mrs. Gloria McGrall.)
Through false testimony of the
villain Munro, Adam Is sent to
prison to be hanged for murder.
While Adam is In prison, his wife
adopts Little Nell, played by Su-
san Bledsoe. who for a seven-
year-old, acts like a professional
trouper. Adam escapes, and his
good name Is restored.
The curtain falls on the last
act. when Ida Rlngold. who has
reformed, saves Adam and Moo-
kle from a cruel death planned
by Monroe, who dies as a result
of his own plans.
The olios between the scenes of
the acts were well chosen and
brilliantly performed.
Admiral A.'. t Bledsoe. a master
of the accordian. accompanied
the singing waiters and the notes
from his Instrument brought the
audience Into song.
Mrs. Nell Barrlngton In a stun-
ning Hula costume, danced a
Hula-Hula in a manner that re-
quired 'Beachcomber Charlie"
(Captain C. O. GUsson) to be re-
strained by two other Hula-Ettes.
Mrs. Virginia Van der Maaten
and Mrs. Terry Sprlegel. The act
brought the house Into an uproar
of "more. more, and more."
Lt. W. T. Sprlegel. drew a big
hand in his balck-faced act,
"Shufflln Sam." as he demons-
trated some sharp tap-dancing.
"Father, Dear Father. Come
Home with Me Now." sang an an-
guished child (Mrs. Bettv Loeff-
ler) to her tipsy father (Captain
C. O. Glisson). accompanied on
the piano by Captain H. C Fish.
1 This act was a show In Itself, and
well worth a dollar to see. Mrs.
Loeffler rendered for an encore
"You Made Me What I am To-
day," which was as equally well
received.
As for the "Can-Can" danced
by young naval oflcers of the Fif-
teenth Naval District. I'll quote
you a remark made by a young
lady sitting near my table:
"Don't naval oflcers have nice
legs?" The applause was enthus-
iastic and deafening. And after a
few pitchers of beer very very
funny. Miss Beatlna Alexander
deserves a lot of credit for direct-
ing this act.
Chilean Freighter
Damaged By Nine
Limps Into Port
HAMBURG. May 14. (UP)
Tbe Chilean freighter Aconca-
gua, which hit a floating mina
early yesterday morning, .arrived
In Hamburg today".*
Cargo will be unloaded from
the severely damaged ship today.
The Aconcagua's Captain B..
Arturo Bravo said: "It was. tre-
mendous luck that the mine ex-
ploded a few yards off the vessel.
"The hull shivered at the mo-
ment of explosion like a fast run-
ning horse suddenly hit by a rlfie-
bullet.
"There was a little consterna-
tion, but only for a few minutes.
"With speed reduced, due to
damage to the engine, we man-
aged to reach Cuxhaven. From
there tugs brought us to Ham-
burg."
According to the Aconcagua's
Hamburg agents the mine blasted
a hole In the after part of the
ship below the water line. It also
shifted the main base of the en-
gine and damaged pumps and dy-
namos.
The Aconcagua transited the
Panama Canal April 6 on the
voyage from Talcahuano, Chile
to Hamburg.
She Is a frequent visitor to tho
Canal. She Is of 8.403 gross tons,
is 439 feet long and carries a crew
of 60.
120 Naval Trainees
Graduate at Rodman
In Disaster Control
Graduation Exercises for 120
trainees of the Panam Area
Disaster Control Center wero
held last Saturday at Rodman
Naval Station. Of the 120 fo re-
ceive diplomas 110 were ladies,
dependents of Army, Navy, Air
Force, and Marine personnel as
well as Civil Service employes.
The program opened with an
Invocation by CDR. W. W. Win-
ter. Chaplains Corps, U.S. Navy.
Captain H.C. Fish. Command-
ing Officer. Naval Station Rod-
man, introduced Rear Admiral
I A. M. Bledsoe, Commandant 15th
j Naval District, who addressed the
trainees, and after the playing
]of the National Anthem by the
sl7t Army Band, presented to
each one of them a diploma cer-
tifying that the requirements of
the course had been satisfactor-
ily met.
Captain Fish thanked the
trainees for the Interest they had
shown in the Disaster Control
Program, and closed the cere-
mony.
Beer, Beer, Beer
For The Princess
CHESTER-I.E-STRF.ET. Eng-
land, May 14 U'P).Prine'*
'Margaret learned today why
her tour of a miners' rehabili-
tation center here was so pop-
ular.
She asked patient Robert
Cant if be was happy.
"Yes, thank you, and par-
ticularly today." he replied.
"Because of your visit we are
getting extra free beer."


MONDAY, MAT 14, 1951
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Mm Jacob Astor, who has confounded aaywtety PM fda
tablas: oat bis ettranted wife), tells chuma he will toon he free
.7?stt Fund outioinr check, this week total MSMM...Ex-
ekunj. Louis' earnings (fgr 51) will pasa the U million mark.
TB* lack Beanyt are grumbline. Not oyer their long-time happy
Sha wants him to quit how bit: Jake tayt nope... Nancy
Y >| |n and let Franhie wed Ava.. un t the new
wltehbeard op at ttir Hotel Stanhope Vlneent (sUIIon*'
tll socialite?.. .Old Soldltrt de dieand their wives last
fade away. Voull wince reading that Qen. Hap Arnold's widow
(destitute) Jutt took a ieb peddlln- coast real estate (in the 8o-
aeaag Vallev) to get ooffee-and-cake coin!.. .One of the swankiest
nad wealthiest American families has been hldlnt a murder Tor
88 year.
' AtV, Celyaia-Suellert: The exact of linotype and type-aetting
unions raund the nation have tht JUtertand well they might
...A mall Boeton firm (aldtd bv the Qraphlc Artt Inatitute.
which it supported by top newspaper and book publishers) has
almost perfected a hew method of printing.. ProbTy the most
revolutionary advance, tlnce the flrtt Guttenber* Bible was act...
Half a dozen amart publisher are aold on It. alreadyconvinced
it will eraae two-third- of the mechanical coate Involved In let-
ting out a dally...This machine doeen't need type-tetters or
llnotyper. An ordinary typist will do,
\ ,
Tht I'way-Sunset Blvd. axis ia wondering about the much
CtUclsed idvll involving lovely-face Anita Colby and an F.gyp-
a. Thev were about to be aealed, but all ia now alienee.. The
beautiful mater of a tribe of ditto dghtra it going to alcohtll. Has
to be poured home nightly...A Broklyn judge is still persniring
on the chilliest day. Ho bat good reason to worry .Wot does it
take to make a hit nowadays? "Out of This World" (whieh folded
Satdee night) played to one million >' in admissions in little more
than g months. Lili (ex-Mrs. F.rrol Flynn) Damlta's new uh-
heney-inuhneybags is named Numero, a Mexican millionaire...
NBC'll slash time ratea again.. .117 employes will be fired when a
top oiffle account s wit che agencie August I... The newest
bookie on Broadway la an ex-coilltch prof, at Tufts!
The Washington Ticker: Tip to 8th Army Intelligence: Dr.
Bruno Pontecorvo, the Italian atomic scientist the disappeared
behind Soviet Une), has been In China (near the Soviet border'
where Red atomic research ia conducted... Henry Wallace' book
"00 Million Joba") la now on sale at 9c. That's Inflation for you. .
New U. 8. Senator Blalr. Moody (recent Detroit newsman at the
Capital) took a big altee in wage* to Inherit Sen. Vandenberg'
seat...Mr. Eugene Meyerl stiff-arm lob on professional-hater
Allan Zoll (In the Sabbath Washington Post book reviewing dep'u
la still the talk of the literary profesn. The gel can write. ..wags
art calling Acheion "the Melancholy Dean"...Bill Reed of ESA
wlrea: "Someone misled vou on the rumor that Eric Johnston
was in dutch with Charlie Wilson. Nothing to It. Please correct
...Have a Vital statistic: 14 senators are ex-newapapermen.
Wotta comedown.
Newaweek'a Periscope (which ones blurb'd: "We plan to out-
Winchell Winehell") baa a akewp about The New Yorker's Lll Ross
readying a bet essay on Gollywood. Prackillv word-fer-word from
atoro of Sept. II, laso. (Tch-ten> Grace Hartman't new beau Is
beli| aaed by hit young ax*wife for support of their I tots.. Mrs.
Beber t A. Taft ia too sick Tul lio of the 4 Vagabonds married
misnie Shirley Martin in Fia Steaks and chops in local places
re stew so high it's cheaper to eat money.. Mrs. George Gain ford
(wife of Sugar Ray's mgr.) is reeooplng at Sydenham Hoop, after
i op.,-The whole thine about Gloria (schoolteacher-songster)
aratr it to legitimate that when one of mv pals said to mo:
"Don't you think tbt't been planted on you?" I said ahe waan't
5*f **Vfb t0 Phony T >'e in the 48; Pleaee send me vour
Safety Slewgan (and SI) to fight cancer in the Runyon Contest
to win that 815.08O Buick. The I in Buiek may bi VI.. No real
metete- would pull a snatch these days. There's no profit in
marked money vou can't spend- Punka like the ones suspected of
staging their own Miami "Kidnap" (30G net swindle) are giving
the underworld a very bad name.
THUIS YOU 0UM THI lAPIal OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Meg lea it opee totem rer readers et The Pateme Ameriten
LoHera ere rootrvod fieaefabv and ere handled in helly seatMential
If reo eietrrbnto o teeter seat be latptWtwt If n deesa'! etteer rhe
et Say. Letrera re aabSeacd m Hie order received.
tete try ft heeo the loners limited to one mm length.
Maatlrv at tetter writers w held la ttikteit tenfieeoee.
This aewteeoer eeteme ne reiterwftllltv fei ttetemeiiM et egmletH
ereaieeted hi letteie from raedera.
RETIRED GENERAL SPEAKS
Ancn, C.Z.
May 8,1881
Editor Mall Box:
In your iaaue of May 1. 1161.
there was published an article by
"Justified" under the heading of
"Over-Staffed Command."
In this article he etated that a
very able and competent officer
was ordered to the Continental
US for relief from active duty by
the commanding general SAR-
CARIB for no apparent other rea
son than to satisfy the ego of a
personal friend of the command-
ing general lone retired general)
He further etated that the inci-
dent leading to thla relief was due
to his performance of duty. l.e., a
parking Incident which occurred
at the army eoramiaeary on Sat-
urday. April 21. 1961.
Aa I am the only retired gener-
al living In either the Canal Zone
or in Panama. It muat be assumed
that he waa referring: to me.
However I have no knowledge of
the Incident referred to and I
most emphatically deny the accu-
sation If directed at me.
W. C, Christy
Brig. General U.S.A. Retired
EXCEPTED APPOINTMENTS
Answer to letter of 14 April on
"Equality of Pay" written by "Cu-
rious"!
Dear Curloua:
Your letter hat aervad grea*
purpose to those "Choaen Few
witti the exception of the writer.
In June 1948. we were convert-
ed from our US. rates to this "Ac-
cepted Appolntmont Status." In
that same month the Army. Na-
vy and Air Force adjusted toe
salarlas of their Local Rate em-
ploye and the larger percentage
of them received increase* rang-
ing from 1 to 20 cents hourly fol-
lowing a similar adjustment by
the Pan Canal and Panama Rall-
soad agencies. Recently these
same agencies (Pan Canal and
PRRi announced another large
scale adjustment for their em-
ployes similar or maybe better
than the one of 1948 and since on
that occasion in 1948 the Army.
Navy and Air Force announced
their adjustment approximately
2 months after along with our
Exc. appointment, it Is logical
that some kind of announcement
will be coming; up shortly. (Edi-
tor' Note: It has been announced
since the receipt of this letter.)
We must not fall to remember
that an Excepted Appointment
status-means a temporary affair
which is subject to changes. It is
3 years approx. now since we
were placed in that category
and we shouldn't expect to stay
there eternally, even though it
wouldn't do us any harm being
there.
xet'a face the facts and hope
that when the adjustment is an-
nounced. It will brlnE the grades
up very elote to what we are now
earning and that way It would
save ut a part of the loss in sala-
ry we are sure to Buffer.
I think Curious should be con-
gratulated for aerving us auch a
great purpose through his letter,
especially those who have their
hats hanging higher than arm'
reach. It will give them an op-
portunity to take it down before
the ladder which was used to put
It there get broken. iTake a tip
It Is sure to break anv day now
after 3 long years standing up
there.)
Excepted Appointee
STAMPS WANTED
Dear Stamp Collectors:
I would like to get In touch
with all of you stamp collectors.
I am especially Interested in
stamps from Panama and the
Canal Zone. I will trade stamps
from other countries such as you
may not have. I have only a cou-
fle of stamps from Panama and
he Canal Zone so lets get toge-
ther and swap. Will also take
stamps from Central and South
America.
Yours truly
M-Sgt. Joseph 8- Banievlct
Project W.I.B.A.C.
Boeing Aril. Corp.
Wichita. Kansas
VOA Reckons
To Get Over
Red Jamming
BY PETER SDSON
WASHINGTON (NBA) A
ring of 14 one-mlllion-watt
broadcasting stations to sur-
round and blanket Russia and
the Communist orbit of satellite
state la now being planned for
for the Voice of America. With
four more -new hlfh-powerad
broadcasting atatlona In the u.
S. and the 43 other transmit-
ters known to exist, this would
give "the Voice" a total ot l
outlets through which the ag-
gressive "Campaigning of Truth''
could be beameu to the Com-
munist world.
Soviet Rusalo now hatAin
etHmatwl 1200 broadcasting
stations taf up to jam ail
foreign broadcasts directed
at the Russian people, fn
spite of this, it is believed
tnat about 30 per cent of
the free world broadcasts
get through to the heart of
Moscow. About IP per cent
get through to the suburbs
of Moscow and more get
tnrough to areas remote
from the jamming stations.
Since X usually takes mor
power to Jam a wave than to
oroadcast It, the. new Voice
program should |lv the Krem-
lin plenty to worry about. Le-
gal limit tor a commercial oroad-
castlng station In the U M. Is
50,000 watts. The newly plan-
ned ring of 14 foreign and four
U. 8. transmitters would each
bt 20 times as powerful. This
whole network was planned by
George Herrlck, a young U. 8.
radio engineer who lirst got
Oerman transmitters working
in 1945.
Details of this expansion plan
lor the Voice have been kept
quiet. They were forced In me
open by recent action ot the
House which cut iunds for the
program from $97 million to |9
million. With the 89 million,
only four of the new nigh-pow-
ered stations now under cons-
truction could be completed.
Locoftons of the new
transmitters have not been
revealed. Jfknown V. S. for-
eign transmitters are now
at Tangier, Munich, Salo~
nika, Honolulu and Mant-
la. Their poioer} is to be in-
creased. One of the new
transmitters is to be aboard
a psychological warfare
ship, to move into troubled
areas. It would be compleU
ely equipped with a plant
for printing airplane-drop
leaflets, posters, pamphlets
and the whole range of in-
formation services.
As a matter of iact, the ex-
tent to which the State De-
partment has been using print-
ed material in its anti-Com-
munist campaign Is little real-
ized. Foreign language radio
broadcasts by the Voice of Ame-
rica have received the most
publicity and attention. But the
non-radio programs are equally
effective.
One of the most extensive is
a news photo service, run by
Harry 8. Casler, a former New
York picture editor. This la the
outgrowth of a pictorial ser-
vice flrtt started by Nelson
Rockefeller when he was co-
ordinator for Inter-American
affairs. Alter the war, all this
work was transferred to State
Department.
Today this service sends
out some 1&.000 plastic
plates a week. They go to
foreign newspapers all over
the world outside the Iron
Curtain. Distribution it
made through V. S. public
affairs officers in the 100
V. S. embassies and prtnei'
pal consulates. There are
some $00 native language
newspapers in India, for
instance, which could not be
reached with Amtrioan met-
repealed. Known U. S. for-
sages by any other meant.
In the picture 8ervtce may go
prise plcturea of the week. PO;
lltical cartoona with translated
labela. having a particular ln-
tereat to the country to which
sent, have a special appeal and
get wide use.
Photographs of prominent
foreigners making visits to the
United 8tates made food ma-
terial for their home town
newspapers. One of the moat
successful publicity Jobs In con-
nection with the Korean war
has been picture coverage on
foreign troop detachments IP
action at the front, sent to the
newspapers back home.
About 1,5000,000 a year is now
earmarked for thla picture ser-
vice. Another $2,000,000 a yr
goes Into a more elaborate pro-
gram of posters, pamphlets and
magaslne-typc publications. It
Is under general supervision of
John L. Dunning, a formtr
press association and publish-
ing company editor. There are
some 100 titles for publications
of thla sort now making the
rounds.
The plan here has been to
prepare "pilot models" In the
United States, then ship them
to the U. S. embassies for cri-
ticisms and revisions to suit
each particular country. Final
editions are then printed In
the language of the country to
which it la sent. This prooeaa
avoids propaganda missing fire.
Comic book technique la used
for many leaflets. Wherever
iosslble, native artists are used
or the Illustrations, to get the
right feel for the native popu-
lations. State Department's Di-
vision of Publications now runs
i printing plant In Manila
where material is presetted fer
all of Southeast Asia.
A High Prict to Poy for Nothing
What's Been Done?
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. It has been said -that the mills
of the god. grind slowly, and so I suppose we
had better not hold our breaths until the sweep-
ing reforms hinted by the Kefauver committee s
broad exposure of naughtiness come to pass.
Forever U a long, long time, ,
The valiant Senator from Tenneetee certainly
became a symbol as a powerJul foree for good,
and he certainly made a lot of headlines.
His subsequent appearance as a casher-lnner
on hi committee by scooping his own report in
a series ot magaslne articles and his role of
Lion of Waehlngton cocktail fights may not
have detracted from the dignity of his probe.
But I am less inclined to buy him as an im-
plement of Jovian wrath than as a smart poli-
tico who has traveled Just about tar enough
with his crusade to aaaure maximum and mini-
mum liability.
Sine the fulleat Impact of the hearings, two
ot tht men who were hauled before the com-
mittee have died of natural causes. Charles Pls-
chett! and Walter Clark, the suspect sheriff of
Broward County In Florida, have died. But the
committee can claim small oredlt for that.
Jimmy Sullivan, the suspended sheriff of Dads
County, which houses the Mlgmls, has been
reapoolnted to office by Qov. Fuller Warren.
arousing great Indignation, but little else- War-
ren himself Is under fire, with talk of impeach-
ment, for listing his campaign contributions at
leaa than $9,000, while donors swear that he re-
ceived at least $400.000. You will find no takers
in Florid* that they will make an impeachment
stick.
Warren'a arrogance in appointing Sullivan
has been a bold alap at the power of reform.
You notice Mr. will O'Dwyer ia still our Am-
bassador to Mtxlco, although the Kefauver re-
port charged him with abetment of crime, and
a witness accused him of raking nitgal dough
whllt Mayor of New York. __- ..
O'Dwyer s status since he left New York In a
hurry, to head south, has been egtremely cloudy.
but nobody has done anything about firing him.
Harry Russell, an old-time Capone mobster
who literally used the governor's office to mus-
cle Into Miam1 gambling, has been tried and ao-
aultted. The colorful gentlemen who were Jerk-
ed up before the television cameras have re
treated behind their constitutional rights, and
generally *eem immune unless the Income-
tax boys can turn up enough evasions to send
a percentage of their numbers to Jail at some
future, misty date.
All the fuss and furv of the Kefauver inter-
rogations provided a powerful piece of enter-
tainment for the onlookers, and bred a mass of
copy for the periodicals. It possibly made Ke-
fauver himself a candidate for higher office,
such as VW-Preaident ot the United State!. It
certainly called public,attention to crime.
But crime has been with us a long time, and
public attention has been called before. In this
case the Roman holiday taped of the hearings
more or less furnished a rattlesnake's warning
to the suspect hoods.
It gave them a dry run of the impact of un-
popularity and has allowed them to button up
against future blasts. They will have worked
out new angles, new excuses, new precautions
against serious implication with formal charges
of illegality.
It goes prettv well without aaylng that the
clrous of televised accusation to which some
were subjected will not stand as evidence In
court of law, and the witnesses were quick to
snap at the technicalities.
A present evaluation of the worth of the
hearings la that thev wore awell theater; that
thev proved little Of lasting worth, and that
their over-all effect Is apt to bo small-
If this sound cynical I will gladly retract
when a few are fired. Jailed, and deported for
their tins. Meantime, you can't count on Ood
for continued punishment of the suspect, even
though He has provided all tht concrete retri-
bution for law and order to date.________^^
Security Leaks
By Bruce Biossit
Basically, it dots not matter wfaethe. the Sen-
ate hearings Into the MacArthur controversy
and our Far Eastern policy are open to the pub-
lic or not. Past experience with closed sessions
assures that most of what Is said behind locked
doors will find Its way Into print anyway. s,
The verv vital Question of military security
thus canr.ot be solved simply by closing the
committee room doors. Senators enjoy being
privy to important secrets; they enjoy even more
passing them on to reporters.
The temptation to leak out the big things
buszlng in their heads or resting In their desk
drawers Is lust too great for most of them. They
seem to regard leaking vital Information as one
way of establishing or enhancing their own
prestige.
In this particular instance, the urge is Prob-
ably greater than ever. The MaeArthur issue
has stirred violent emotions on both sides. An-
tagonists are eager to throw Into the balance of
debate ev/rv scran of evidence they can un-
earth.
The danuer In this Is plain. It Is that mili-
tary securlly will suffer, and that American sol-
diers .'ight'ng In Korea will pay with their Uves.
Developments in the MacArthur matter thus
far do not encourage the hope that this peril
will be averted without extreme consciousness
of the problem. Uo to this point, the Adminis-
tration has been the principal offender.
hi an efiurt to prove Oeneral MacArthur'* In-
subordination, it released details of numerous
Interchanges between Washington and the gen-
eral during the final months of his command.
Is there auvont who imagines the Russians 'and
Chinese will not find it useful to know these
things?
The lesson for the enemy Is not in any par-
ticular detail, or oven aU the details. It's in
disclosing how wo think about certain problems,
what procedures we follow, how wo evaluate In-
formation, These are valuable guides to the
Reds in weighing; our probable future action in
anv situation.
By the same token, It was hardly wise to let
a New York Times reporter gain acoesa to do-
cumentary material about the Truman-MacAr-
thur meeting at Wake Island last fall. To be
sure, at least one columnist had publlahed a
similar version months before, but his account
lacked the evident stamp of Administration
sanction which the Times story bore.
Both the Administration and the members of
the Senate must fact the fact that, while a
complete inquiry Into our Far Eastern policy is
desirable, it eannot be conducted at risk of Am-
erican lives. If that mean that certain vital
documents must be ktpt secret to avoid giving
the enemv useful information, then no other
choice ia poaalble.
A lot of the combtante in this new "great
debate" want either to "get" Mr. Truman or W
get" MacArthur. It would be a profound tra-
they allowed the Communists to "get" several
thousand American Q.I.'s on the battlefield.
MERRY- GO- R0MD
y tmw HAMOH
Drew Pearson say: President Truman offers to short his
mail; Indian ambassador Pannikkar sets no chance of
peace with China; Hedda Hopper aets New Orleans
publisher into trouble.
WASHINGTON -Harry' UttersBandeme Senator Burnet
Rhett Maybank of Ooutb Carolina was attending a White House
conference the other day on prloe controls, inflation and defense
mobilization. Borne of the price-control measures were not too
popular with his constituents and Senator Maybank rtmarked:
"Mr. President, I am getting an awful lot of letters expreaalng
views on this. Would you like to look the over?"
Mr. Truman replied that he, ,too, had received hundreds or
letters and countered by asking Maybank If he would like to have
him, Truman, send his letters to Maybank.
''end me any letters you wont to, Mr. President,' replied the
Senator from South Carolina, "but for God's sake, don t writ
No PeaceThe Indian Ambassador to China, Sardar Peni*>
kar, has cabled Prime Minister Nehru of India an important aeee.-
tage adviaing that there is no chance of peace with the ChirBat.
Hit cable is significant because It was Ambassador Pannikkar
who flrtt warned the United States and the U.N. that Chines*
troops were going to Intervene in Korea. This warning was
made in early September, and although MacArthur now says he
got no warnini from anyone, Pannlkkars warning was not only
Sent him bythe State Department but waa publhjhed In his
oolumn on Sept. 17. .
What Is Important to remember now, however, la that during
December and January Ambassador Pannikkar favored conautsje.
tlon toward the Chlneat, felt there was a chance for a mUWary
truce.
Now he has reversed himself, advises thst China hat no lrr-
tentlon whatever of negotiating peace and the United Nation
might Just as well get tough. _, _,__
Lively PublisherCopyrtaders of the New Orleans Tlmesv
Picayune are In for trouble. They may have to censor Hedda
Hopper's Hollywood column In the future.
The Times-Ptcayune, now facing a Justice Department anti-
trust suit, has claimed that Publisher Leonard Nicholson is too
lll to testify. Justice Department lawyers countered that Mr. NN '
cholson was well enough to attend the American Newspaper Pub>
lbhers convention at the Waldorf In New York, but Judge. Baal
Chrlstlanberry, former secretary of Huey Loaf, ruled that Nichor*
son would only have to answer written questions, not appear
in court personally.
Next day/the Tlmes-Plcayurre carried a story recountlnk
tne court argument and pointing out that It publisher was too. 11
to testify. But on an Inside column of th same paper, Hedda
Hopper indicated that Publisher Nloholson was quite a gay blade.
She told how he attended a party in the New York dreTOng
room of Gertrude Lawrenoe, starring* In "The Bang and L" along
with Kent Cooper, Mrs. Robert McCormlck, and John Home dl
tht Rocky Mount, N.O. Telegram. ^ -l \;
Justice Department attorneys feel that If the Times-Plcajuine
publisher was able to attend a theatrical party, he is wall enough
to appear In court. But they are wondering what Publisher; Ni-
cholson la saying to his copyreaders who failed to censor Hedda
Hopper's column.
War CriminalThe U.S. Immigration Office at Los AnsjeMa
has been holding closed hearings regarding one of the snost
notorious war criminals who so far has escaped punishment. He
Is Andre Artukovitch, Minister of Interior and in charge O the
police for Hitler's puppet government at tht time the Nasfc oc-
cupied Yugoslavia. u.J4J.
For some strange reason, so far unexplained, Artukovitch
managed to enter the United States, and has been living near
los Angeles, where he Is wprklng with hi brother, John M! Ar-
tukovitch, a contractor.
Why he haa been allowed to stay here remains a mystery.
For some years, the Yugoslav government has been trying to find
him, since, under him, one million Serbs and Jew were killed.
MacArthur and Central Intelligence Here are the facts about
the Prealdont'a charge that MacArthur would not let Central
Intelligence operate in the Korean-Japanese theatrea charge
that MacArthur described at "tommyrot."
Actually Central Intelligence did have two agenta in Japan,
but MacArtnur's intelligence chief, MaJ. Gen. Charles WIHoughby.
now relieved, would not let them operate exeept under hls..con-
trol. Thus their movements were restricted and they could not
collect their own Information, All they could do was evaluate
Information collected by Gen. Wllloughby'a agents. MacArihur
upheld WIHoughby on this.
Later, when Gen. Bedell Smith took over Central intelllgVfice,
he asked Gen. MacArthur to give Central Intelligence free rein,
offered to appoint a man who would be entirely acceptable to
MacArthur. This waa refuaed. Later Smith flew to Tokyo to psr-
fuade MacArthur personally, and it was after thisIn January
that Central Intetligenc finally was given free rein. This was
after the disastrous November-December Korean retreat in which
MacArthur intelligence appeared to have been so wrong.
Struggle For OilThe British Government ha accused the
United States of double-crossing It In Iran by trying to take ovef
the British Government-owned Anglo-Iranian OH Company. Re*
presentatlves of three American oil companies have secretly ap-
proached the Iranian Government with often to manage the
Anglo-Iranian Company now that It la being nationalised.
Aa a result. British Foreign Minister Morrison, furious, told
US. Ambassador Walter Gifford in London that the united
States eeeme to be playing both sides of the street. On one hand
K urges the British to accept Iran's decision to nationalise oil.
On the other hand, It passes word to American oil companies te
try to operate the well and freeze out the British.
Ambassador Gifford (he used to be head of American T|t$>
phone and Telegraph) replied that the U.S. Government had
nothing to do with any secret negotiations by American oil
companies; on the contrary, tried to discourage any such under-
MecArthurs AirplaneMacArthur' airplane, the Batatn.
waa returned to the Air Force three days after tht Air Force had,
cHplomatlcally sugge8ted that It would like to have the plane
returned to Tokyo where it la supposed to be based for trtejiae
of the ntw Tokyo commander, Lieut. Gen. Matt Rldgway. .
The Air Force made the suggestion to Col. Anthony StorjKhe
Air Force pilot who ha* been attached to MacArthur, ancCBho
has been flying him back and forth between Washington; New
York, Tennesaee and other pointe. The plane cost $MB an hour
to operate.
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, MATO 14. Wl
CINCO CENTESIMOt
El Gobierno pedir Facultades Extraordinarias
Se revisan los servicios mdicos
de todos los hospitales del pas
Rusia ha hecho un considerable
aumento en sus puestos de Asia
Sern de carcter fiscal a
fin de equilibrar gastos
y rentas de la Repblica
El Consejo de Gabinete convocar a sesiones esa
traordinarias a la Asamblea Nacional
Celbrase una reunin con
miembros de la Asociacin
Mdica en Previsin Social
Sern colocados en sus cargos todos los Inspectores
de Sanidad que destituyeron
Una revisin total de los ser-
vicios mdicos nacionales sera
llevada a cabo por el Ministerio
de Trabajo, Previsin Social y
Salud Pblica, segn comuni-
cado expedido en la maana de
boy. Para adelantar este traba-
jo, el Ministro del Ramo Ing.
Juan de Arco Oalindo y el Ase-
sor Tcnico de Salud Pblica,
don Pedro Oalindo, se reunieron
hoy con la Asociacin Mdica
Nacional, a fin de tomar las
medidas ms convenientes a es-
te respecto.
Segn se nos inform sern
revisados los servicios de todos
los hospitales del pas, muy es-
pecialmente los del Santo Tomas
donde, como saben nuestros lec-
tores, fueron destituidos nume-
rosos mdicos durante la pasada
administracin.
Otra de las medidas adopta-
__
i-
das por el Ministerio de Previ-
sin Social, fue la de restituir
en sus puestos a todos los Ins-
pectores de Sanidad que hablan
sido destituidos, con violacin
del escalafn consagrados por
el Cdigo Sanitario.
Se ha comenzado con toda ce-
leridad a firmar ms de on
centenar de cuentas que se en-
contraban retenidas en el des-
acho del Ministro desde hace
varios meses, a fin de que stas
sigan su curso regular.
Tambin se nos inform que
se est acelerando la reorgani-
zacin del Ministerio y se estu-
dia cada una de sus dependen-
cias con el fin de que no peli-
gre en ningn momento la sa-
lud ,del os habitantes de nues-
tro pas, por deficiencias en el
ramo___________________i
La Sociedad de Ingenieros se
propone solicitar planeamiento
cientfico del Agro-Pecuario
La Onu recomienda
embargo de envos
de armas a China
NACIONES UNIDAS, Mayo 14
(UP)_El Comit de Sanciones
do las Naciones Unidas, reco-
mend un embargo estratgico
de los envos de armas a la Chi-
na Comunista.
El Comit especial, conocido
como Comit de Medidas adicio-
nales, arob por 11 votos contra
cero, con abstencin de Egipto,
el embargo de la China Comu-
nista.;
La medida ser enviada a la
Asamblea General, durante esta
semana, y se espera que sea
aprobada por una Inmensa ma-
yora. 81nembargo, se esperan
enconados debates.
La medida recomienda que tc-i
dos los paisas "apliquen el em-
bargo a los embarques a las
reas bajo el control del "Go-,
bierno del Pueblo de la Rep-
blica China" y de las autorida-
des da tior-Corea de armas mu-
rtetenos e Implementos de gue-
rra, materias de energa atmi-
ca, petrleo y otros productos
que se usan en la produccin
de armas, municiones ,e imple-
mentos de guerra."
Sociedad catlica
pospone una feria
en las afueras
En una reunin extraordina-
ria los miembros del .comit
Pro-Construccin Saln Martn
de Porros' de la Iglesia, San
Juan Bautista de la Salle, en
Rio Abajo, acord que debido a
los recientes sucesos polticos
que se han producido en la Re-
pblica, la Feria que se iba a
verificar el Sbado 19 de Mayo
eel ao en curso se pospone
baila el Sbado 26, esta deci-
sin fu hecha con el fin de
acuerpar y asegurar en una
forma mejor el buen xito de
dicha feria.
La Construccin del Saln
Martin de Porrea llenar un
vacio sentido desde mucho
ttempo en la comunidad de Ro
Abajo; ya que entre otras fina-
lidades servir para alojar un

La Sociedad de Ingenieros so-
meter al Gobierno un plan pa-
ra lograr que el Banco Agrope-
cuario e Industrial, desarrolle
uaa labor efectiva en el fomento
de la Agricultura, Industria y
la ganadera, segn se nos in-
form en la maana de hoy.
La Resolucin que se presen-
tar a consideracin de la So-
ciedad d Ingenieros, contem-
pla el nombramiento de una di-
rectiva con delegados de la So-
ciedad de Ingenieros de la Aso-
(Pasa a la pagina 6 columna )
Aclaracin
El Ingeniero Harmodlo A. Ba-
rrios Jr., cdula de identidad
personal #35-4096, Informa por
este medio que l no es la per-
sona que aparece en la lista de
detenidos polticos con el nom-
bre de Harmodlo Barrios y que
no existe ningn parentesco en-
tre los dos.
Al mismo tiempo agradece
las demostraciones de aprecio
de que ha sido objeto, por par-
te de sus amistades, con motivo
de la semejanza de nombres.
Marshall insiste en que un
bombardeo a la China Roja
desatara la tercera guerra
WASHINGTON, Mayo 14 (UP-
El Secretario de Defensa,
George C. Marshall, declar que
Rusia ha hecho un "Considera-
ble aumento" de sus puestos en
el Lejano Oriente desde Diciem-
bre pasado.
Declarando ante el Comit
del Senado por sptimo' da,
Marshall hizo esas declaraciones
para explicar por qu teme la
posibilidad de la intervencin
Sovitica en el Asia.
Marshall ha dicho en repeti-
das ocasiones que el Soviet po-
dia intervenir directamente en
la guerra de Corea, ocasionando
asi un nuevo conflicto mun-
dial, i la Administracin adop-
ta el programa de MacArthur.
, K Secador Republicano Styles
Bridget quin estaba indagando
a Marshall se quej de que Mar-
shall no ha dado una ratn es-
Cflca sobre el por qu el bom-
deo de las bases de Manchu-
ria extendera la guerra.
Marshall contest: 'Comienza
En el juego de la ruleta
Rusa, afrmase que muri
el estudiante Daz Isaacs
El seor Guillermo
Endara P. nos hace
una aclaracin
El seor Guillermo Endara F-
Encargado de Negocios a.l. en
Washington, quien ha regresado
a esta capital nos ha hecho la
siguiente declaracin:
"Al llegar a esta dudad el
domingo en la noche, ate he
enterado' de manifestaciones
puestas en boca ma en despa-
chos cablegrafieos publicados en
los diarlos de esta ciudad el 10
del corriente. Como esa versin
no se ajusta a lo expresado por
mi en Washington, deseo hacer
saber que el nico comunicado
que exped a la prensa de aque-
lla ciudad lo entregu por es-
crito a los periodistas el mir-
coles 9 a las 11 de la maana
y su texto-s el siguiente.
Para publicacin Inmediata
Declaracin hecha a la pren-
sa por el encargado de Negocios
a.l. de anam en Washington.
En conversacin telefnica
que tuve esta maana con el
Presidente de la Repblica de
(Pasa a la Pac Col J)
con el tratado entre el Gobier-
no Sovitico y el Gobierno Co-
munista Chino".
Dijo que otro factor seria la
"reaccin del Soviet sobre hasta
qu punto ellos podran dejar
que un satlite tan importante
como el rgimen comunista Chi-
no pensara que los hablan deja-
do abandonados".
Birdges quera saber por qu
se culpaba a los nacionalistas
Chinos de no hacerle frente al
comunismo despus que se les
habla retirado toda ayuda men
tras que se ha alabado a los Go-
biernos europeos "de ser dema-
siado sabios aceptando nuestra
ayuda".
Marshall dijo que Estados
OaMes Jiaba ministrado "una
gran cantidad de equipo" a los
nacionalistas de Chiang Kal
Shek antes que ellos abandona-
ran en manos comunistas el
continente Chino.
Dijo que los nacionalistas ob-
(Pasa a la Pg. . col. 7)
Verdadera pena y consterna-
cin ha causado en esta ciu-
dad la muerte violenta del Jo-
ven estudiante Arturo Diaz
Isaacs, hijo de don Manuel Daz
Doce, acaecida el dia 1 de ma-
yo en San Jos de Costa Rica.
Aunque no se han podido
establecer los detalles en que
pereci el infortunado estudian-
te Das Isaacs, han circulado
diferentes versiones. Una de
ellas es la de que el Joven
Daz Isaac tuvo un violento al-
tercado con uno de sus profe-
sores en el Colegio Pavas, don-
de cursaba estudios y como con-
secuencia de ese disgusto se pe-
g un tiro en la cabeza. Otras
personas sostienen que el Jo-
ven estudiante se encontraba
reunido con otros Jvenes Ju-
gando la roleta rusa y que le
toc el tiro fatal. Este Juego
consiste en cargar la manzana
de un revolver con un solo ti-
ro, haeer girar la manzana vio-
lentamente y cerrar la recma-
ra. El individuo entonces mue-
ve el gatillo y si la suerte le
es adversa, se pega un tiro en
la cabeza. Aunque los familia-
res de Diaz Isaacs se han di-
rigido por cable pidiendo al
Colegio Informes sobre este in-
fausto acontecimiento, no han
Siguen normales nuestras
relaciones con los EE. UU.
WASHINGTON, mayo 14.(UP)-Urgente.
1 portavoz del Departamento de Estado, Lincoln
White, dijo que hasta donde l saba, las relacio-
nes diplomticas entre Estados Unidos y Panam
continan normales .bajo el nuevo Presidente de Pa-
nam, Don Alcibades Arosemena. .
En contestacin a una pregunta sobre el es-
tado exacto de las relaciones entre Estados Uni-
dos y Panam, despus del derrocamiento del Dr.
Arnulfo Arias Madrid de la Presidencia, White di-
jo: "No he odo nada que plantee el reconocimien-
to."
Esto implica que las relaciones continan lo
mismo que antes.
ARTURO DIAZ ISAACS
recibido contestacin, por lo que
se cree que se gestionar por
Intermedio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, para establecer la ver-
sin oficial de su muerte, de
acuerdo con las sumarla:, ins-
truidas por las autoridades Ju-
diciales de Costa Rica,
Son encarcelados
una monja y dos
obispos en China
ROMA. Mayo 14 (UP) e:
vaticano informa que un Arzo-
bispo y tres Obispos, entre los
cuales hoy dos norteamericanos,
Afirma el Vaticano que la In-
tencin del Gobierno chino es
"decapitar" las misiones catli-
cas en aquel pala-
Los Obispos detenidos son
Francis Ford, Obispo de Swang-
tung y Frederick Donaghlt, O-
bispo de Wuchow. Junto con s-
tos fu encarcelado el ArzoDls-
po Italiano Gaetano Pollio, de
la Sociedad Misionera en el Ex-
tranjero, de Mnan y el Arsobu-
yo de Kaifeng. La cuarta flfura
eclesistica detenida fu un O-
bispo Francs.
La monja Joan Mary Ryan
fu detenida el 1S de Abril y al
sacerdote Quentin Olwell de la
Dicesis de Yuanling en Hunan,
fu expulsado de China despus
de vivir en ella casi 30 aos.
Los informes suministrados
por la Sagrada Consagracin
rara la propagacin de la f
indican que el Obispo Ford y
Sor Joan Mary fueron paseado*
por las calles de Keying el 2 de
Abril "como si fueron crimina
les". Las manos de los Obispos
ataban atadas.
EDITORIAL
Uno de los problemas del nuevo Gobierno
En la natural exaltacin que ahora prevalece
uno de los graves problemas que confronta el go-
bierno de coalicin recin constituido consiste en
conseguir que se preserven las garantas individua-
les y colectivas que la Constitucin consagra. Pero,
recurdese, esto no basta. Precisa, adems, que la
comunidad se mantenga plenamente convencida de
que, dentro de esta nueva administracin, no pue-
da surgir el peligro, ni siquiera remotamente, de
que no se ha de gozar, en toda su plenitud, del
ejercicio de tales garantas.
En otras palabras: el problema primordial del
nuevo gobierno es el de establecer la paz mental.
Tiene que evitar a todo trance, por todos los me-
dios posibles, las explosiones de pura, noble y ele-
vada inconformidad que a veces se pretan es-
pontneas, arrobadoras, incontenibles, especialmen-
te como consecuencia de intenssimas inquietudes.
Y vendran irremisiblemente esas explosiones si se
creyera o se pensara que hay la probabilidad, aun-
que renota, repetimos, de que se cercenen o se
afecten los vitales intereses de la comunidad o se
demuestre indiferencia por 1 realizacin de sus
justas aspiraciones. Ya las masas populares pien-
san mejor y actan con ms rapidez que sus lla-
mados jefes. Es que tienen una especie de intui-
cin de lo que ms conviene a sus destinos.
Sin duda alguna por parecidas o anlogas con-
sideraciones "La Estrella de Panam" en su edi-
t la Pag. 1 Cas -
Dos temblores de
tierra sacuden a
Santiago de Cuba
SANTIAGO, Cube, mayo 14
(UP) Dos fuertes temblores
de tierra sacudieron hoy, en ho-
ras de la madrugada, esta ciu-
dad, sembrando el pnico entre
la poblacin, que se lans a las
calles.
La primera sacudida ocurri
a las 3:45 de la madrugada y
la siguiente a las 5:30 a.m.
La ciudad se halla alarmada
y los vecinos se han negado a
regresar a sus hogares. La po-
lica anuncia que ha habido al-
gunos derrumbes, aunque no se
han registrado desgracias per-
sonales. _____
Orestes Cabredo
fu el primero en
ir a la Presidencia
..Don Orestes Cabredo. miem-
bro del Sindicato de Periodistas
de Panam y conoeido fotgra-
fo que sirvi al Panam-Am-
rica durante los acontecimien-
tos polticos ocurridos ltima-
mente, fu el primer periodista
que lleg a la Presidencia de la
Repblica, cuando el tiroteo.
Cabredo se encontraba en una
casa situada enfrente de la Pre-
sidencia, desde antes de comen-
zar el fuego y estuvo suminis-
trando informes a la redaccin
de este peridico, de manera
constante y eficiente.
Barco argentino
que choc lleg
a Hamburgo ayer
HAMBURGO, Mayo 14 (OT)
El barco de carga chile..o
"Aconcagua", el cual choc con
una mina flotante ayer en la
maana lleg a Hamburgo hoy.
Inmediatamente fu Inspeccio-
nado por el Capitn Arturo
Bravo y los funcionarlos de la
firma de armadores de Ham-
burgo "Elmbke".
El cargamento del barco ser
descargado, debido al enoime
dafto sufrido por el barco.
Bravo dijo a los periodistas
"que fu una gran suerte qye
la mina explotar a unas cuan-
tas yardas del barco. El casco
del barco tembl al momento de
herido por una bala".
Bravo agreg que "hubo un
poco de consternacin pero s-
o por unos minutos- Despus la
tripulacin entr en accin y
enviaron seales de auxilio"
Esta maana prevaleca en
los altos circuios ejecutivos la
intencin de convocar inmedia-
tamente la Asamblea Nacional
a sesiones extraordinarias. Se
tiene entendido que de ser con-
vocado el rgano Legislativo,
ser por el corto trmino de
cinco das, con el objeto de
tratar asuntos fundamentales
para la vida de la Repblica.
Entre estos asuntos se 'entien-
de que est el de dar autori-
zaciones fiscales al Ejecutivo
para equilibrar el Presupuesto
de acuerdo con las facultades
fiscales y econmicas que tiene
la Cmara.
Se nos ha informado que gran se solucionar.
nmero de diputados han re-
suelto renunciar a sus gastos
de representacin debido a la
situacin angustiosa del Era-
rio Pblico.
Como saben nuestros lectores
por mandato constitucional los
diputados tienen derecho a co-
brar mil balboas de gastos de
representacin cada "ez que se
les convoque a sesiones. Esto
significa que el Estado tendra
que desembolsar la suma de B.
42,000.00, pero con el anuncio
de que gran nmero de dipu-
tados ha manifestado que re-
nunciarn a esta suma, el pro-
blema de la fuerte erogacin
Los educadores piden que se
investigue la conducta de
cierto nmero de educadores
Afirman que sus actuaciones no se han ajustado
a la dignidad en integridad
de la?
Los educadores dictaron en la
maana de hoy la siguiente
resolucin:
RESOLUCIN:
El Magisterio Panameo Uni-
do, la Asociacin de Profesores
de la Repblica, el Cuerpo de
Inspectores de Educacin y la
Asociacin de Estudiantes del
Instituto de Verano,
CONSIDERANDO:
1Que en las luchas del Ma-
gisterio y del profesorado por la
causa de la educacin, algunos
educadores Jams se han de-
finido y antes bien se han man-
tenido en la ms increble in-
diferencia.
2Que otros de manera siste-
mtica han negado su concur-
so en las luchas reivindicado-
ras emprendidas por los orga-
nismos de los trabajadores de
la enseanza.
3Que algunos con olvido de
sus deberes se han prestado
para las violaciones de la ley
47 de 1946, Orgnica del Ramo,
aceptando posiciones en per-
juicio de compaeros en las
tareas educativas.
4Que ha habido casos en
que algunos han usado sus car-
gos y los recursos de la Edu-
cacin, inclusive las aulas de
clases y otras dependencias es-
colares que son templos inviola-
bles, para combatir las luchas
nobles y los principios que de-
fienden los educadores.
6Que no han 'altado otros
que han provocado el cisma en-
tre los trabajadores de la en-
seanza en provecho personal
o de otros intereses ajenos, y
hasta contrarios a los
educacin nacional.
8Que algunos han llegado
hasta aplaudir en todos los to-
nos las violaciones de la Ley
Orgnica de Educacin.
tfs*a a la rea e Ce! I)
Armando Momio 6.
en Gbno. y Justicia
Don Armando Moreno G.,
quien venia desempeando el
cargo de Jefe de Redaccfn de
"El Panam Amrica", fue de-
signado ayer Secretarlo del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia por el titular de esa car-
eras a la Pgina S. Col. S)
Muri esta maana Ramn
Ehrman quien fu herido ei
Jueves en la Presidencia
Aumenta el nmero
de diputados el
Gbno. de Tehern
TEHERAN, Mayo 14 (UP) *
53 Gabinete, el cual se encuen-
tra reunido en el edificio oel
Parlamento n donde el Premier
Mohammed Mossadegh ha pe-
ido santuario contra el peligro
de asesinato, prepar hoy una
ley aumentando el nmedo de
diputados.
El proyecto de Ley, que cons-
ta de nueve puntos, se presen-
tar al Parlamento y enmen-
dar la ley electoral, a fin le
que hayan 300 diputados en
lugar de los 126 que hay actual-
mente en la Cmara Baja. De
stos diputados, 80 representa-
rn a las ciudades y 120 a Us
villas y reas rurales.
Mossadegh, quien Uene 68 a-
os de edad, rehus abandonar
el Parlamento hasta tanto no
st. baya nacionalizado la "Anlo
Iranian Oil Co.".
RAMON "GALLO" EHRMA.
Esta maana dej de existir
en el Hospital Santo Toms,
don Ramn (Gallo* Ehrman.
ex-director del Departamento
de Prensa y Radio, del Minis-
terio de Gobierno y Justicia. El
seor Ehrman falleci a con-
secuencia de varios balazos, re-
cibidos en el combate llbraut
por la Polica Nacional y los
partidarios del doctor Arnulfo
Arias, en la Presidencia de la
Repblica.
Don Ramn Ehrman milit
durante varios aos en el pe-
riodismo nacional, como repor-
ter grfico de varios diarlos
locales, inclusive- EL PANAMA
AMERICA y ltimamente des-
empeaba las funciones de Di-
rector del Departamento de
Prensa y Radio.
Con la muerte del seor Ehr-
man suben a 16 las vctimas
de los sangrientos sucesos po-
lticos acaecidos en la capital
la semana pasada, habiendo
fallecido anoche el seor Ja-
cinto Daz Lera, herido de ba-
la en una pierna, quien muri
a consecuencia de infeccin de
la herida. Los otros heridos de
bala eran esta maana aten-
didos en el Hospital Santo To-
ms, pero no se ha reportada
ms heridos graves.
El Sindicato de Periodistas do
Panam, del cual fue mlemb- -*
dict una resolucin lamentan-
do el fallecimiento del seik,
Ehrman y decidi asistir en
pleno al sepelio.
El sepelio se efectuar hoy a
las 4 de la tarde.


EL PANAMA AMERICA 0l*l"O INDEPENDIENTE
MM NA DO
---- '
LUNES, MATO 14. 1951
4CgGH
LA DISCUSIN
Por ALDOR
i fanamE Amrica
HAUMOOIO MA. OiCT*

PHIVIHI
A.... FT1 M. I
,N .u. T4US-S* lilUMN N I.TA CIUDAD. CALL. H. N. f

Uno de los problemas del nuevo Gobierno
Jnal e ayer llam la atencin al hacho de ue
-el pueblo panameo no tolerar arreglos ni com-
Snendas dirigidas a salvar particulares intereses
en contra del querer supremo de la comunidad.
Seran precisamente "las componenda* detras do
bastidores las que vendran a mantanar la ana-
dn cvica a que hemos aludido. No es otro 1
sentir nacional. ., %.
Es natural y lgico que en un gabinete hete-
rogneo, formado por elementos de distinto part-
dos se presenten en ocasiones discrepancias acer-
ca de cules son o puedan ser las cujetionei aape-
cficas de la ndole aludida que podran mantener
o inspirar recelos o Inquietudes de tipo ideolgico
o acaao meramente emocional. Pepo en la actua-
les circunstancias, en esta emergencia, nadie osara
pensar que caba otra solucin que la da un gato-
nete de diferentes tendencias partidaristas, a pe-
gar de las dificultades prcticas que podran pre
tentarse enJa coordinacin de sus laborea.
Ea que no cabe la menor duda de que, como
todos loa caballeros que constituyen 1 nuevo ga-
binete estn inspirados por los ms elevados pro-
psitos, cada uno de ellos, separadamente, reco-
ger del ambiente, por asi decirlo, las aspiraciones
anas, as como las sentidas protestas, aunque es-
tas todava no hayan surgido a los labios, para re-
cuperar la paz mental que se busca con tan vehe-
mente anhelo y con tan solcito empeo.
Y si hubiere discrepancias entre los miembros
del gabinete acerca de la correcta interpretacin
de tales aspiraciones o protestas, entonces, a no
dudarlo, cada uno de ellos otra vez, con el mas
. alto sentido de responsabilidad y el mayor grado
'. de ponderacin patritica har un esfuerzo cvico
' para evitar las disparidades de criterio, Y tambin
sin duda alguna los grupos de las mayoras que se
: formen en el seno del gabinete han de pensar que
. sus colegas de minora no deben estar animados
, por un capricho o por una obsesin cuando a*
j fialan un peligro que pueda afectar la tranquilidad
colectiva. ti, _. ,
Y, por sobre todo, en los posibles conflictos de
' pareceres, si llegaren a existir, especialmente n
aquellas cuestiones que en una forma u otra tien-
: dan a conmover a la comunidad o afecten sus in-
: tereses vitales o sue ms caros ideales, no debe ol-
: vidarse que el Presidente de la Repblica tiene la
! auprema autoridadsalvo en los casos previstos
i por la Conatitucinporque, correlativamente, la
i Constitucin y el pas entero, le imponen el ms al-
: to grado de responsabilidad. En cualquier gabine-
| te, aea homogneo o heterogneo, el Presidente es
siempre el nexo, el enlace, ya que en el ltimo ana-
: Hsis las decisiones finales son de su incumbencia.
. porque, como se ha dicho, suya es siempre la prin-
: cipal responsabilidad. Como el actual Mandatario
! siente intenso fervor patritico; abriga las ms aa-
as intenciones, y tiene medios propios de auscuj-
tar la opinin pblica, no permitir que por omi-
sin se tuerza el querer razonado y razonable del
pueblo panameo.
Pero sea ello como fuere, en momentos tan di-
fciles como los que vive el pas es cuando ms
! necesidad hay de amplitud de miras y aun de re-
: nunciamientos, si pudiera volver as la tranquih-
: dad a los nimos. Es ste el problema que requiere
' toda la discrecin y toda la ponderacin del me.
yo gobierno.
fallecimiento del
(oven A. Testa
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente Resolucin:
Los bachilleres de 1950 del
; Instituto Nacional,
CONSNIDERANDO:
lo.Que en los acontecimien-
tos acaecido recientemente per-
di la vida an forma trglca Al-
varo Testa, ~
2o.Que el,Joven Alvaro Tes-
ta fue uno de los miembros de
nuestra graduacin,
v So.Que el Joven Alvaro Tes-
ta en mutua concomitancia, su-
po granjearse el afecto, esti-
macin y admiracin por su
espritu de compaerismo y a-
mor al estudio; dejando recuer-
dos imborrable en nuestros co-
kaiona*.
RESUELVE:
I" lo.Hace* pblico el dolor
I que nos embarga por la muer-
te del compaero caldo.
2oPoner en conocimiento de
sus deudos, huestfO ms senti-
do psame y profunda pena.
Lm Bachillerea del aa 1M>
. . -aa. .j.hnian .in la menor reserva y con un impresionante desplie-
Mieatra U */*** J^JSJ* _ n Tenacirihal, Rusia, hermtica, .j...cpWataa-
,. ie au.lu.idad l t^''lil "la de lo. diriganUa n.rtra.n.rleaaaa. El dlauJaaU Al-
iTSJUrar &3*T1 'JlBSm% hoy. cuando Traman pronta: -Na tiene,, la
t5f5d^wJ&m'. -ciar________
Investigaciones agrcolas
MACARAY, Mayo 14 <8E>
Los servicios de Investigacin
carlela sa llevan a cabo en el
instituto Nacional da Agrlc.il.
ura de Macaras. Instalado ea
modernos .difioios, donde el
Despacho tiene organizad *
Diviaiouea de Qumica, Bwav
a Fltotecnia. Fltopatalou.
Entomologa y Zoologa can la-
boratorios y campos de exucri-
mLos*tiwa de Investigacin e-
picola on tan mltipla como
variados. Desda la aspar ene..
elaclonadas con la utilizacin
a la bacteria* fijadoras <*
nitrogen, tanto en legumuw-ai
.orno en otro tipos de cosecha:,
con la cual compensan na.;ta
en un 50 por ciento la prdidas
.t nitrgeno a nel auelo, hasta
loa estudio Inherente a la* aj-
uma de abano naturales ja
el pal; la lnveatlgaclonaa n-
Loqulmlca encaminada a in-
dustrializar econmicamente la
sarapla, a obtener productos u-
tiles de la planta medicinaos,
a producir alimentos concern.u-
os y balanceado para el ga-
;iado; la esencialmente mlcro-
oolgite Pa mejorar el ren-
dimiento de- la eoeechas: la* de
conservacin y s^WfWmUto
ci frutos, valor alimenticio y
Habr elecciones
generales el 17 de
Junto tu Francia
PARI8. Mayo 14 CEJF *;
.,a celebrar e!etlone acra
le al 17 de Junto. P8*r ct
, esfuero. comunista* *
Impedir que la Asamblea Oei*-
u. tomar una **
;as elecciones se aplazaran ha
ta el prsimo Octubre. La fc-
clu er confirmada por decre-
to, el-cual aparecer an la a
ceta Oficial.
La Asamblea aprob su prJ*
UUolucin el cuatro de Julio.por
votacin de Sil a 2*9, pest a
',ue loV comunista. apela *
todas las argucias parlamenta-
rla para obstruir la votacin.
El Presidente del Conseje,
Ilenrl Queuille habla hecho una
uestl de conflanaa la apropia-
cin de u propuesta y la vji*.-
Tin a favor de la Constitucin,
siendo ste el novena voto i*
clr: "Creo por haberme en-
contrado all (en la Presidencia
de la Repblica* en el momen-
to histrico que vivi Panam
y como amiga personal de las
distinguidas personas mencio-
nadas arrjba, no debe confun-
dirse nunca: periodismo con
poltica, porque mi calidad de
extranjera no me lo permite
A pesar de que manos arriba,
palabra* soeces y ametrallado-
ras en el pecho se nos Intim
arresto y salida de Palacio. De
esto nff sne quejo seor Di-
rector porque cada pal acta
egn su moda de vivir".
El hecho de que una tropa,
en plan de combate, la trata-
ra con rudeza, lo cual de ser
cierto lamentamos, no autori-
za a esta seora para ofender
a todo un pueblo, del cual
disfruta actualmente hospitali-
dad generosa. Olvida ella tal
Vitamnico de hortalizas, frutas
y otros alimentos de consumo
popular; las de ndole fitopai>--
lglca sobre distintos cultivos;
las de entomologa y zoologa y
cuantas se hacen necesarias en
el orden fttotcnlco para obte-
ner mejore cultivos, consUu-
\on un verdadero cuerpo de
doctrina de estimable valor <,:
lepercute favorablemente en la
extencin agrcola.
Se destacan a ttulo de ejeu
po, las investigaciones relacio-
nadas con un insecto, el IA>
.alonion dlssimulatum que aa-
a la magoroa* de cacao y J-
i siendo combatido por el Ji-
pucho, con aspersiones de Mor-
teg al 1 por ciento, mediante
fouipo motobomba.
M ves o desconoce lo ocurrido en
En otro orden de estudio nu- su pas cuando un Presidente.
lecen citarse las eaperlenc'w cuyo nombre no mencionamos
en nuestro suelo. A qu le sa-
bra a esta seora si dijramos
que "asi actu el Ecuador por-
que ese es su modo de vivir?"-
, Ms respeto pues, por nues-
tro pueblo pedimp* a osta se-
ora, a quien no decimos mas
porque no la conocemos y no
vamos a juzgarla nicamente
por sus torpes palabras, como
8o juzgaramos por ella al no-
le pueblo ecuatoriano.
Del Sr. Director atentamente,
Jos J. rriola,
Cd. 4T-41117.
k Acompaado de su seora es-
posa, rumbo a Miami, nseja
donde saldr maana en el a:
vln del Interamerleano, arrjpo
hoy a nuestra ciudad l mag-
nate peliculero, softor Charle.,
Einfald, vlce-presldente a cargo
de la publicidad y propaganda
de la "20th Century Pos Film
Corp.", cargo que ejerce exi-
tosamente desde IMP
El seor Elnfeld, nacido ep
magnate pelkulen
i la Ciudad de Pan;
Ig eluda* Nueva York el
23 de octubre de 1901, ingres
en la industria einamatoarfl -
ca procedente de la Universi-
dad de Columbia. elndote a
la "Vitaraph Coro" dead 19M
hasta 1924, cuando Ingres en
Ja Warner Bros y la Pjrst Na-
tional, donde fue designado al
responsable cargo de Publici-
dad y Propaganda, y de dar
pas a *er Presidente de 1
'"EnterorUe Productions", don-
de sa destac como e) primara
entre los productores indepen-
dientes tanto por la alta cali-
dad de las pelculas que produ-
jo, cuanto por haber incorpo-
rado a su eleneo de artistas a
personalidades de la pantalla
como ingrtd Bergrnan, John
Airfield, Hartara Stanwyck;,
Charlee Boyer, *mn Mason,
Ginger Rogers, Joel McCrea,
Lull Palmer, Charles Blcleford,
Vernica Lake, Anne Revere,
Donald Crisp. Charles Ruggles,
Pr*ton Foster, Arleen Wheian,
Dan paFore y otros.
Hombro de grandes iniciati-
vas, al dimitir su cargo de la
Enterprise Productions" se unlo
a la 20th Century Fox y ha si-
do aclamado por los Udereo
de la industry cinamatarlj-
sobre rendimiento del Plan Sir
carjgua. seis variedades de m*.
seis tardas y els precoces de
rro* trece variedades de ano
ie elcuo mediano, dlea de ajon-
jol y otras diez de varias rama
y los ensayos de proglnie de
algodn y otros comparativo de
oivera variedades, distancia ce
siembra de et textil y dens!-
ad de siembra con E-enai j
Roell*. V ________
por respeto, fue asesinado por
las masas populares, siendo de-
Eu u cadver arrastrado por
i calles, suceso Jams visto
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
MAS RESPETO. SESORA
DE SANDOVAL
Panam, mayo 12 de 1951.
Dr. Harmodlo Aria M,
Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA,
Presente.
Sr. Director:
En la edicin de hoy del dia-
rlo bajo iu digna direccin he
visto con sorpresa una carta
firmada por la sepora Hvida
Pino de Sandoval. quien e:i uno
de sus prrafos se permite de-
LE MORTIFICA
EL PROBLEMA INQUILINATO?
Una casa propia resolver su dolor de cabeza!
Obtenga su lote en EL PARQUE LEFEVRE
por medio del conveniente sistema de CLUB
con la mnima
urna de ....
B|. 4-M REMANALES
CU. I,EFEVRE,
Calle A No. 5
S. A.
Telfono: Z-MJJ
ca y sor la prensa ._
por la Implantacin de Impor-
tantes conferencias sobre publi-
cidad a las que asistieron di-
rectores de publicidad y propa-
ganda en representacin de nu-
merosos tateos y da las cua-
les salieron todos convencidos
del indiscutible valor de la pu-
blicidad y de la propaganda.
La ms franda conferencia
de exhlbldors en la historia do
la Industria Cinematogrfica
fue celebrada en 1959 en Chi-
cago bajo los auspicios de la
IfltVi Century Fox y a la misma
asistieron 400 de los mis des-
tacados exhlbldore de los E*-
tsdes Unido. En la mencionad*
conferencia el saftor Binfeld re-
cibi aplauso del saftor pyra
P. Skour*. presidente de- l*
20th Century Fo por su bri-
llante frase de combate lanza-
da de que "Las pelcula* son
hoy mejoresq ue nunca", eon-
slrrift oue fue adoptada rpida-
mente por varios circuitos tea-
trales para su propaganda de
Conectado eon el "Motion
Picture Association de America '.
con el "Advertising Club do
Nueva York", el "City Athletts
Club" y otras orianlaaeiene*,
el seor Elnfeld y u Mpesa
tienen tres hijos, Rlehar*. Liso
y Linda.
*
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No, 1679 del Dominio 13 it Mayo de 19*1
El billete entero comprende 52 fraccione dividida en do series de 99 fracciones cada una denominadas A f w.
Premio Mayor 16 2 8 B. 52,000.00
5 4 7 2 B.
7 3 9 7 B.
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15.600.00
7.800.00
ESCUCHE a partir del Prximo Jueves 17 de Maro,
en la Novela "Camel" a I 7:15 P.M.
MI MARIDO
La hifttoria como ai fcar un artculo de lujo.
Con
ELDA DE ICAZA y VICTOR MIRANDA
Escribe Emilio Doi Dirige: Jvion A. Triibault
coniansa que le otorga Joi-
de el 17 de Abril.
Tan pronto como la Asambiea
prob iu disolucin y la ce-
lebracin de eleccione. el pro-
yecto de ley pas al Conse;o de
la Repblica que lo aprob )n
cambio alguno por 278 a S3,
despus de una infructuosa y
breve tentativa comunista oe
repetir en la Cmara Alta 1js
nlsmos procedlcientos que en
la Asamblea.
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tin a *eis meses da una efl-
uente lucha poltica, en la cuel
cay el Gabinete de Rene Pie-
ven y e da Queuille eatuyu *
punto de caer. La lucha giro al-
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LUNES. MAO 14. 1*51
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Celebra hoy el mejor de us
das la nia Maritza Maeatre.
Par tal motivo no complacemos
ea desearte muchas felicidades
se haceme* extensivas tambin
ras adres.
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
OZ LUNES
P.M.
1:11 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Arena Quaker
7:
7:
:45 Coctel musical.
:00 Noticiero (50.)
:15 Selecciones variadas
:30 Dedicatorias
:0 Vibraciones dal Aire
Nacho Valds
:is Filigranas musicales
30 Msica escogida
:45 Msica variada
;00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
15 Maria, de Jorge Isaac
Cigarrillos Camel
M El Molino Silencioso
Dramattzacln
45 Esta tierra y sus hombro
1:00 Ritmos tropicales
8:30 Msica tiplea
s: 45 Cantares de Espaa
1:00 Msica variada
1:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msico favorita
10:80 Variedad musical
11:00 Msica rin palabras
11:30 Cancionero de la noche
19:00 Buenas noches
MARAA MARTES
AJH.
6:00 Buenos Dias
*:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
4:30 Noticiero de te Maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Babores de mi Tierra
7:9* Noticiero (to.)
7:45 Bu meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
Con Antlnea
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EL SEGISMUNDO DE CARL06 LEMOS
KMKRGENXIAlr. bote le ha cogido an pie a un guarda salvavidas, mientras ste lana na
grito. Inmediatamente otros guardas entren a prestarlo analto. El suce.o ocurri en Sydney,
Australia, cuando el guarda cataba ayudando a traer a la orilla al bote.______________________
donde se envi el ao pasado,
jue ha permitido a los culliva-
uores de esa zona ir reempla-
zando las que tenan por ite
otro que le proporciona un pro-
ducto abundante y de gran
calidad.
Granjas agrcolas demostracin
CARACAS, Mayo 14 (8Ej
ai Granjas Agrcolas de De-
mostracin, ubicada en dlfei en-
tes zonas del pals, han experi-
mentado una transformacin
completa, al extremo de que
hoy estn en capacidad de ren-
dir positivos beneficios en pTo
del desarrollo de la Agricultura
Nacional. Estos establecimientos
sirvan como planteles de propa-
gacin de diferentes especies
frutales (ctricas, mangos, c-
Buacate, guanbanas, dechosas)
u cuales son vendidas a oajo
precio, o bien donadas a los cul-
tivadores Interesados en fundir
un huerto fruticola. Cuentan
;on valiosos sementales equinos,
porcinos, bovinos, que estn al
servicio del agricultor, quien de
otro modo no podra adquirirlos.
Se han organizado en estas
(ospecial
[Para 1
biaujas explotaciones de Cite.
especialmente porcinas y u/I-,
colas, con el fin de proporcionar
ejemplares selectos, tambin a
precios mdicos, a los agricul-
tores de la zona. De acuerdo
con los programas de extensin
agropecuaria del Despacho, c-
us Granjas son centros de pja-
iuccln en el propio pals, en la
escala que permiten las dispo-
nibilidad del Despacho de re-
productores finos que van pa-
sando a mano de los criadores
y evita la salida de Importantes
cantidades de dinero al Exterior
por este concepto.
Las semillas ce especmenes
Je plantas de comprobado ren-
dimiento de adaptacin, en tos
servicios genticos, se envan a
estas granjas para su propaga-
cin y distribucin entre los A-
grlcultores de 1a zona- A este
respecto merece Indicarse el ca-
&o del tabaco rublo en Oriente,
Sortija de
oro slido
Caballero
B 28.50
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puede usted escoger del
norme surtido quo lo ofro-
oomoa a preciqe noreible-
monte bajos.
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donando las de Pampanlto y
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gua Blanca en el Estado Portu-
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Monagas, y la de Cumanacoa en
el Estado Sucre. Con carcter
forestal funcionan tambin te
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I La Proferida en Todo ol Mundo
Pro, l.lil Bit" Cit. 1M. Sw* O*
"La Vida Suefto", comedia
simblica de don Pedro Calde-
rn de la Barca, pertenece al
teatro cumbre del mundo por
derecho propio. "La Vida es
suefto" es el smbolo de un
pueblo y da una poca. Y
oh prodigio... este smbolo
de una poca avanza hacia 1a
eternidad. Milagroso el talento
de don Pedro Caldern.
Escribi el genial dramaturgo
la obra cuando contaba los
treinta y cinco aos. Est con-
tenida en la "Parte Primera
de las comedias de don Pedro
Caldern de la Barca, recogi-
das por don Joseph Caldern
de la Barca, su hermano, ao
1938 Madrid". Encabeza el to-
mo. Por algo lo encabeza. Hu-
bo su razn en don Joseph pa-
ra conceder a "La Vida es Sue-
no" tal prominencia.
Las fuentes de esta obra que
acaban de representar Carlos
Lemos arel admirable actor,
y su compaa en el Teatro
Nacional se remontan lo In-
serta Federico C. Sainz de Ro-
bles hasta una leyenda b-
dica y un cuenta de las "MU
y Una Noches" Incorporados a
la literatura espaola a tra-
vs de un cuento del Infante
don Juan Manuel, de una co-
media de Lope de Vega la
titulada "Burlam y Josafat"
y de otra de Rojas, 'El natu-
ral desdichado".
Para mi 'Xa Vida es suefto"
es tan conmovedora, se apode-
ra de tal modo del alma, que
Justifica el teatro como arte.
Concreta el barroquismo de un
periodo: s* cie a la existen-
cia para superarla. Y ah re-
side la dificultad de su Inter-
pretacin, en que ha de hacer-
se en barroco, en que su con-
ceptismo y su culteranismo tie-
nen que saborearse, en que es
necesario lograr que ese sm-
bolo viva normalmente, para-
digmticamente. Carlos Lemos
el primer actor de Esparte
hoy, ol ms estudioso, el ms
abarcador, el de mayor relie-
ve esttico lo consigue.
Carlos Lemos ha analizado el
personaje calderoniano, lo ha
modelado a su modo, lo ha Ido
perfeccionando en sus Innu-
merables y fundamentales fa-
cetas, y lo ha ofrecido a los
pblicos. Labor de peso for-
midable y yo no s hasta qu
punto comprendida. Porque exi-
ge en osos pblicos, denodada
atencin, excepcional preocupa-
cin, lo que no cabe decir es
corriente. Este actor Carlos Le-
mos no se equivoco. Es 1a me-
dida y es el acierto. Y no es
que sujete la pasin: la pasin
se desborda, pero su dominio
es de una categora que se ha-
ce naturaleza. Tan Justa la voz
en cada Instante: tan sugesti-
va la diccin, tan sumiso el
gesto al teatro que os farsa,
que atrapa al espectador y lo
lleva con l a loo senderos d
PARA TILES
DE
OFICINA
VISITE
Servicio de Leuit
Avenida Tlvoli No. 4
su mundo.
Las reacciones del Segismun-
do son tremendas; y en mo-
mentos tan semilladas, tan
rpidas, que esle sometidas a
un ritmo insuperable. Carlos
Lemos traduce esos contrastes,
l desgarran. su espritu para
hacer que desgarren lo ms In-
timo del que asiste al espec-
tculo artstico. Lo barroco es
contraste: es ms: lo barroco
es el triunfo de lo cnvenclonal
el teatro autntico es conven-
cionalismo y ese triunfo de
lo convencional, del barullo que
llena el cerebro de un para-
noico, se construye maravillosa-
mente por Carlos Lemos.
El honor, la religin, se aga-
rran a la dureza del tronco de
la pasin: salen Ilesos, triunfa-
dores. La vida es suefto en
cuanto es verdad y en cuanto
es mentira: intil Intentar dea-
atar lo que est atado: por eso
se plantean el enorme grito el
problema calderoniano: "Softe-
mos, alma, soemos", cuando
es verdad lo que sucede, cuan-
do no es sueo. Pero es suefto
esa fuerza del Ubre albedrio:
albedrio ms Itere en cuanto
a ms respetuoso frente a te
sinceridad de una norma. Albe-
drio contenido: albedrio ms
albedrio. Libertad sin freoo,.
descalabro y ms suefto dentro
de su Inconsciencia.
Carlos Lemos dice las dci-
mas de 1a presentacin del
personaje como no se han di-
cho jams en l teatro m tai-
mo de Panam. Y conste que
aqu las ha declamado Ricardo
Calvo. Ricardo Calvo ms rico:
Carlos Lemos ms humano, ms
Segismundo, ojue Segismundo
es te humanidad barroca: el
eterno barroquismo conmove-
dor.
Hay escenas de "La vida es
sueo" que pasan casi desaper-
cibidas llevando en si meollo
esencial. Porque nos filamos en
las dcimas de apertura, en 1
monlogo tan hondo cual el
de Hamlet. en los minutos
del arrebat de Segismundo, en
los otros de su reflexin que
es contencin, freno a la pa-
sin, pero perdemos matrices
como el del primer encuentro
INSPECCIN.Esta escalera tiene qae ser osada para ojne na<
inspector inspeccione la celo de un enorme avin de bombardee'
B-SS.
entre Segismundo y Astolfo, tan
fino psicolgicamente, como te
escena entre Rosaura y Segis-
mundo, del segundo aeto. pre-
ada de milagrosos madrigales,
como aquel
Mujer, que aqueste nombre
es el mejor requiebro para
el hombre...
como el regreso a la prisin del
protagonista. Todo se iosll-
ca en a Interpretacin de Car-
los Lemos: todo guarda su pro-
porcin dentro de la densidad
de la comedia. Y ah est el
mrito supremo del actor.
Yo pienso en Carlos Lemos
como el actor de la hora en
1a farndula castellana: actor
que no cede lugar a los genia-
les que han sacudido a las gen-
ts amigas del teatro en lengua
castellana. De mis tiempos son
Francisco Mrano, Enrique Bo-
rras, Tallavi, Ricardo Calvo. Ra-
fael Rlvelles. quiz don Fer-
nando Das de Mendoza: colo-
quemos a Carlos Lemos. Y no
le olvidemos.
Pertenece a los "rsnd.*:
sienta al lado de le* ms gran-
des.
Asi lo ratifica su Interpreta-
cin de "La Vida es suefto'.
la obra de Caldern d la Bar-
ca, joya del teatro espaol.
Nuestro Teatro Nacional estu-
vo el sbado y el domingo da
pi femes.
La presentacin de "La Vida
es Sueo" el sbado y el do-
mingo en la tarde, fue espln-
dida. La Compaa Lope de
Vega tiene suprema dignidad.
El decorado de Burgman, loo
figurines de Vludes, admirables.
Y la direccin.
"La Vida es Sueo" es Se-
gismundo. Con todo, apuntemos
a Jos Luis Marrero, que eg
I un clarn un poco exagerad
demostr actitud excepcional:
sealemos la discrecin de Al-
fonso Muoz, algunos matan-
tes de Pilar Blenrt en la "Es-
trella". ______'
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AGINA CUATRO
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EL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO IWDEPENDIENTI
LENES, MAYO 14, 1951
^
CRUCIGRAMA i,
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bu 14
Le 17 le
20 21 23
25 5
29 3U
13 34 p.
56 37 81
s r
r r 43 1 L ?6 47
i 49 L 51
S3 S4 r 56
" i.
Se organiza en
e a la
interior un
radiodifusin
Solicitan que se levante un~
monumento a la mujer por su
actuacin en los ltimos das
HORIZONTALES:
1Famoso teatro de Miln.
7Tiempo transcurrido desde
el nacimiento, Pl.
13Brotar, surgir.
14Especie de rada.
15Uno de los hijos de >oe.
16Cpula.
18Rio de Alemania.
19Del verbo anegar.
21La unidad, en ingls
23Reza.
24Regin Autnoma Germana,
Inic.
25Signo musical.
27Acumula en forma de pila.
29Jinete.
33Batracio.
34Organizacin Catlica
Obrera, Inic.
35Buey sagrado de 'os egipcios
36Del verbo azotar,
38Pintor italiano.
39Gran lago salado del Asia.
40Copulativo, Abv.
41Adverbio de lugar.
44Repeticin de sonido, Inv.
45Pago por aos.
48 Del verbo sobar.
50Modalidades.
52Igualdad de nivel.
53rbol de madera blanca.
55Esfera para jugar.
57-rPlanta hortense.
58-^-Del verbo asesar.
Un interesante experimento
de las granjas familiares
VERTICALES:
1Mancha de la piel
2Metal que atra otros
metales. ,
3Habitacin donde se visten
los artistas en los teatros.
4Negacin, Inv.
5Lago de Europa.
6Metal precioso.
7Encargado del gasto de una
casa
8Entrega.
9En el mar, Inv.
10Parte de las manos.
11Fluido imponderable.
12Nombre de mujer.
17Relativo a los monjes.
20Barrio de Constantinopla.
22Letra griega.
26Azada grande.
I 27Altar.
28Tranquilidad, sosiego.
30Abundantes, esplndidos.
31Famoso compositor cubano.
32Cocino en seco.
34Respuesta de los dioses
paganos.
37Circulo o redondel.
38Decretos de los zares.
41Cocinar en seco
42.Embuste, dar broma
43Apodo de mujer, Inv.
46Abuelo, 'amillarmente.
: 47Agarraderas.
! 49Nombre de mujer
151Paso de la Cordillera
de los Andes, Inv.
54Articulo.
156Caso de pronombre.
CARACAS, Mayo (SE) Cn
el fin de que las actividades fie
las Granjas Oficiales se reflejan
en el incremento de las peque-
os explotaciones de tipo rura!,
se ha impulsado durante 0St6
ao la fundacin de Granjas
Modelo Familiares Ya se han
construido las de Rubio, Palmi-
ra, Mrida. Pampanito, Tovar y
ifl Tocuyo; se adelantan !ns
construcciones en la de Sature
y >e ha celebrado contrato con
:a Municipalidad del Territorio
Federal Delta Amacuro pera
fundar y dejar organizada la de
Vucuplta.
Constan estas Granjas de Vi-
na casa-habitacin con dormi-
torios separados para nios a-
dultos, cocina y lavadero, se.-
viclo sanitario, luz y agua a-
bundante y sana. Dispone de u-
r.a pequea vaquera, cochinera,
gallinero y galpn, y del terre-
no suficiente, alrededor de sit-
ie u ocho hectreas, distribuido
y cercado en potreros y pasaos
de corte, h u e r to de frutaies.
parcela para cultivo horticjla
y ie grano, y estercolero.
Estas Granjas se entregan a
ftrnilias campesinas de conoci-
da solvencia, y pasan a ser ce
su propiedad mediante creuto
que se les otorga a 20 aos oe
plazo.
Esta labor de incremento de
pequeas Granjas Familiares
dentro de la comunidad agra-
ria, a ms de cumplir una fun-
cin social de alto alcance, vie-
ne a demostrar que si es posi-
ble la explotacin raciona de
eotos pequeos predios, dentro
e la diversificacin de cultivo:,
coa el cuidado de los anlmaics
de Granja y la proteccin ofi-
cial permanente, que les facul-
ta insecticidas, fungicidas, auo-
nos, suplementos minera'.es. s
le:- son necesarios, sementales
fi.ios o la cubricin de sus vu-
cas y cerdas, y las atenciones
ce ndole sanitaria, as como la
prestacin tcnica, el consejo o-
portuno y el estimulo de la vi-
sita de los funcionarios del Des-
pacho, para que obtengan Uc
3u trabajo bien orientado los
mayores beneficios.__________
Vuelve la tranquilidad en el
interior despus de varios
das de inquietud y zozobra
rJAVID. Mayo 14. (Corrtfon-
iall La anormal situacin
,u venia sufriendo la repbli-
ca felizmente ha finalizado. En
todjt la provincia de Chlri^ui.
reina la ms completa calma la
provincia entera respondi al
'"amado cvico que se le hiciera
-.stableciendo el paro de todss
!as;a"tividades y mantenindolo
unante los das de sozobra j,ue
richos vivido. En aras de la li-
jertad ia provincia se uniic
!>n *us anhelos reinvlndicadoii.--
La Polica Nacional tajo la
direccin del Capitn Martin
Gonzlez guard la composi,u.e
que corresponde a un organismo
re ndole civil que debe ama-
rar la vida y tranquilidad e
os asociados los peridicos de la
ocaiidad 'LA RAZN" y "*
COS DEL VALLE" por primea
vez se unificaron en la accin
le impedir la vigencia de una
:onstitucin que no responde a
os momentos en que vive el
mundo civilizado, lanzando un
p-.tra en las mismas pginas,
contentiva de articuios y noti-
cias referentes a la sltuaclcii
que henos venido contemplando
El Magisterio Panameo ual-
t'.o atendiendo al llamado de Js
colegas de la capital constituy
ina fuerza decisiva en la 10-1
;ha cvica que hemos venido
librando para bien del pas -as
persecuciones de otrora han de-
saparecido totalmente y el 8-
fihno de todos est palpable uc-
,cb patritico de hacer u>r
nueve Repblica, con simicnto*
fuertes de dignidad, de unin y
le trabajo que garantice su es-
tabilidad, como rgano Republi-
cano y Democrtico, y la tran-
-juilidad nacional.
do. Informados-He los aconteci-
mientos tristsimos ocurridos en
el palacio presidencia los peno-
.omeos han lamentado profun
Jmente la muerte del Mayor
Alfredo Lezcano Gmez y el 'l-
mente Juan B. Flores.
Cuando los oficiales de la po-
'icia reconocieron al Presiden'?
Don Alcibiades Arosemena oj-
:.out Anca manifestacin recoi -i
jubilosas las calles de la pocla-
'in. Con el derrocamiento 'A
Dr. Arnulfo Arias por un movi-
miento cvico de arrolladoias
proporciones el pueblo paname-
o ha comprobado que "la opi-
nin comprimida es una fuerza
acumulada oue al fin se impo-
ne" como dijo en frase feliz en
carta a mi abuelo Don Simeon
Cont el General colombiano
Marcelino Velez a fines del ui-
Si pasado. Mucho se ha elogia-
do en Pcnonom a los locutores
dC ia ciudad de Panama asi
como al valiente locutor de la
radio de Chltr.
PRESIDENTE
HOY
ULTIMO DA!
El drama de un
amor como hay
pocos!..
Maoy Corts
NORMAS
Lo Correaponsale deber'
ceirse Ift* ms desapasiona
das non\*i orriodistlcas. Uebei
enviar al peridico los asunto
T noticias ms interesanias qu<
afecten a la comunidad En ab
soluto se trata de ana oporto
nldad oara hacer determinad
campaas polticaa.
En David inician una colecta
para hacer un obsequio a los
locutores que se destacaron
DAVID, mayo 12.La Asociacin de Radiodi-
fusores d esa Capital cuya brillante actuacin ha
despertado unnimes simpatas en esta Provincia
ser objeto de reconocimiento del pueblo chiricano
que a iniciativas de don Eduardo Gonzlez J., es-
t levantando una colecta pblica para obsequiar
a los locutores que tuvieron participacin en la pa-
tritica campaa radiofnica con motivo de los l-
timos acontecimientos.
Varios cientos de balboas estn ya colectados
y de todas las esferas se reciben contribuciones es-
pontneas para tal fin._________________________
Hemos recibido la siguiente
carta para su publicacin:
aguadulce, mayo 11 de 1951
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam.
Sr. Director:
Permtame que utilice las pfr
ginas de su valiente rotativo
para sugerir a los hombres de

EL "AVISO OPORTUNO'
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
CORRESPONSALES
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AN ANDRES F.Mti.o MU la a
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RIO GRANDEJo.4 4* nan fa
a
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POCRJJ A. Ceraeje
Panam que levanten un mo-
numento a la mujer de esta
tierra, que ayer escribi urnr
de las paginas ms brillantes de
la historia patria; su sacrificio
hace de Panam un verdadero
espejo de Amrica.
Sugiero que, los muchachos
de Asociacin de Radiodifusores
que tambin han dejado su no-
ble actuacin como ejemplo a
las futuras generaciones, diri-
jan la campaa tendiente a
colectar el dinero necesario. No
hay hombre en Panam que
pueda negarse a contribuir con
una obra que va a perpetuar
Sn el mirmol la heroica gran-
eza de la mujer panamea,-
De Ud. muy atentamente,
Didimo Ros,
Profesor.
Red Panamericana
llnelos '
mejores programas
VERAGUAS
RIO OR JESSfasUM Mf
LAS PALMASCau Gardillo
CASA ZAS PdB) J. Mora.
"ALLBRE MlfUI Gosilts
ATALAYAlDll Plaste
SAN FRANCISCOElio Arrock. P.
ANTA FEJoeaal* Orel* l Vormino >
LOS SANTOS
LA VILLA DR LOS ANTOS frontil!
Caidorea O.
CHITRERasao Penara
LAS MINASRpldtnlda Qnlnleio
EL L'AftA'PtSTULO Jaste VOlame
(Lo. Santos)
UUEVESi
Presentacin
Personal
en el
PRESDEME
HOY ULTIMO DA!
PEDRO ARMENDARIS
ALICIA CARO,
- en -
"BODAS DE FUEGO"
Jueves
cato
El misterio del caso del Cardenal Mindszenry
en una pelcula
SENSACIONAL!
Acusado de Alta Traicin
MAANA!
DA POPULAR!
Dos Soberbias Pelculas!
EMILIO TUERO
Emilia Guiu, ea
"QUINTO PATIO"
Adems: MARGA LOPEZ
Vctor Junco, en
"UNA MUJER SIN
DESTINO"
PRECIOS: ... .40 .25 .15
rENONOME. Mayo 14 (COC1C3-
oonsal" Desde que el ex-P,-
iidente Doctor Arnulo Ama
erogo a Constitucin del i'*4C
en la forma inconsulta de toaos
conocida, la ciudadana pe.io-
nea en casi su absoluta m. -
yoria se mantuvo de pie mon-
tado guardia junto a la civilidad.
Se constituy un comit coh-
Utucionallsta y el semanario la
Semana se pronuncio brillar.lt y
valientemente en pro de ia
Constitucin del 46. Mtines va-
rios se efectuaron durante os-
tos das de dura brega repuil'- !
cana i democrtica y los ra'.w
ie todas las casas estuvieron s-
oiertos hasta altas horas do la
noche informando de las no'.i-
rias de la capital, a cuyo pu-
jlo ci\lco y heroico los penor.o-
rneos rinden el homenaje de
su admiracin. El destacamen- j
to e polica local mantuvo O
ord*n en todo momento y su
lealtad a los principios constit--
c.oijale,.
H Mayor Rogelio Alba Jt
pertonalmente en compaa ce
oirs oficiales patrullaba las ;.?.-
Jes.de la poblacin. Penonotv.
ivto horas de Intensa emocin
cvica a travs de las notlr.s
de la radio y en todo momcr.to
*e juvo f en el pueblo pana-
r^eo y f en los concentos i*-
puiflicarios que hemos apre.iu1-
"AMOR DE UNA VIDA'
MAANA!
SU ARTISTA FAVORITO!
CANTINFLAS
Brindndoles Carcajadas
Por Montones en
-------1 JUEVES!
Una de los xitos cmicos
ms grandes del genial
HOY!
Una Pelcula Social!
ELDORADO
LOS HIJOS de k CALLE"
con
Chachlta Tuslta Domingo Soler Andrs Soler
JUEVES
VUELVE EL IRRESISTIBLE!...
EL DON JUAN MAS PELIGROSO!
TAN
en
w
AY, AMOR, COMO
ME HAS PUESTO
(ME HAS PUESTO DE VUELTA Y MEDIA)
S:M 5:3
7:a 8.55 p.m.
Un* Ciudad Aterrad Busca Atanouncnta
Un Cntmiio Invlalblt!...
"MENSAJERA DE LA MUERTE"
coa Rvclyn
Charla
KQRVIN,
William
or
CENTRAL
John PAYNE Rhonda
FLEMING, en
"CERCO DE FUEGO"
En TernicolorlB )M<
Un episodio de
la histrica
guerra ameri-
cana!... ______.
BELLA VISTA
Show a las 9:00 p.m.
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Las Creadora del Mambo!
Adems: GLORIA HELM
ALEXANDER y PABLO
LAS HNAS. CASTRO.
En la Pantalla:
Richard Cont, en
SENTENCIA da MUERT1
2 TEATRO CECILIA _2
GRANDES PELCULAS! '
Para gor d. la vid. hay que reir y ...Rer. tau Mor ar. con
Doaald O'CONNOR -- Jimmy DURANTE, en^
"LLEGO EL LECHERO" ademas:
"LA SALAMANDRA DE ORO",
Del eminente actor del
Cine Mexicano
ir
TEATRO TROPICAL
Submarinos, Piratas a
la vista...!
MacDonald Carey
Martha Toren,
- en -
"EL FANTASMA
DEL MAR"
VARIEDADES
UNA PaXlCULA DrTERENTE!
Una historia trafica y tiarna
ala vezl
BODAS DE FUEGO"
LOS QUE VIERON EN EL PRE-ESTRENO,
NO HAN DEJADO DE RER...
UD. PODRA VERLO TAMBIN!...
AQU ESTA...! PARA DIVERTIRSE...!
TIN-TAN
NADA MINOS QUE TIN-TAN
TEATRO ENCANTO TEATRO CAMTOUO
CARLOS
LOPEZ
MOCTEZUMA:
y su gran ."
CUADRO DE
VARIEDADES
EN LA
PANTALLA
Un Apasionante Estreno! '.
GRANDIOSO DOBLE I
atyrna Lloyd Richard
Green, en
"SI ESTO ES PECAR"
- Ademas:
"El Primer Robo Areo"
- con -
Tom Maraaret
CONWAY HAMILTON
JTEATRO TIVOLI
La Pelcula de Largo Metraje
de Walt Disney!
"LA CENICIENTA"
En Colores! Adamas:
TRES MUJERES"
con Lirabeth Scott
JilSRANO^
Rosa Carmina, en
"TRAICIONERA"
- Adamas:
Rosarlo Granados, en
"INMACULADA".
~La Pelcula Ganadora Del
Premio .Pulitzer!...
HARVKV
con James Stewart
Josephine Hull
y Harvey
Adems:
TEATRO EDISON_
Colosal Doble Programa 1
Faith Domergue. en
"VENDETTA"
Ademas* -
Johnny Welssmuller. en
-IARZ1N .' ! AMAZON .V:
TEATRO VICTORIA
Las Dos Mejores Pelculas del
Amo de la Sel val
Johnny Weissmuller.' en
TARZN AL RESCATE"
TAREAS T LA FUENTE
MGICA''
TEATRO IRIS
VISTERMOSA
Maria Felix, en
"LA NOCHE DEL SBADO"
Ademas: Juan Lucas.
Marie IH. en
"AVENTURAS DR AN
_____LUCAS"
Johnny Sheffield, en
-EL TESORO DEL VOLCAN"
. Adama*: -
Sidney Toler. en
LA HUELLA SANGRIENTA^

* PACIF ICO
Charlea Laughton. an
"El Hambre da la
Tana Eiffel"
Ademas:
Recuerdo a Mam"
IOEAL
Valar! Hobson. en
| "CORAZN de NlftO"
Adamas:
James Stewart, an
WINCHESTER "If
APOLO
Maria E. Mrquez, an
"LA MAL CASADA"
. Adamas: -
EL AMOR NO ES
NEGOCIO"
con RESORTES


LUNES, MAYO 14, 1951
f*r
41
at*
tX fANAMA AMERICA DIARIO UiMTRNDIlNTl
PAU1NA CINCO
MM II ! Ill.....I II...................... I .1 I HI I II
Informe per eata aeccin se recibes en 'a
ru
accin
Jyoca
TtWeoo 'H*
de EL PANAMAAMERICA
s OKAS: IM HH Mb
Aaartado ill
ii"| i" i Boffet
."il seor WilUem Y Boyd ors-
elo el sbado un buet eu su
residencia eji U Crostg, para,
agasajar al seftor John Denys
Mayles y seora y pira dse-,
dlr de sue vida de soltero* a
la seorita Mary Martin New-
land v al sene* Dr WlMam
Pranjrlin Clary quienes contrae-
rn matrimonio prximamente.
Com premiso 'de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordlalmerjte a la
seorita Carmen Cecilia Chlarl,
hija dsu seor Roberto F. Cha-1
rl y seora Cecilia Q. de Chlarl
y el caballero Ral Araan Jr
hijo del seor Ral Aranio y se-
ora Rita 0. de Arango, quines
celebraron el viernes su com-
promiso de matrimonio.
it|ae 4?. Cfrtas y T en ti
a
CLUBES
desde B/1.00
LA POSTAL
Central I
, Qolf
Maana martes desde las dos
le la tarde, el Cjub de dol
Je Panam agasajara a las es-
posas de sus socios con un jue-
go de cartas y t que ser* ser-
vido a las 1.30 p.m.
Matrimonio
Enviamos nuestras sinceras fe-
licitaciones al seor Chester
Wesley Dudley Jr. y seora Ce-
cilia Smith de Dudley, quienes
contr&jeron matrimonio el s-
bado 12 del presente, en la du-
dad do Nueva York.
De Sor Amrica
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a 8.E. el Em-
bajador de Panam en el Ecua-
dor seor Alberto Alemn, quien
lleg hoy procedente do Quito.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos cordialmente al se-
or Carlos Garcia de Paredes y
seora Marta O. de Garca de
Paredes, quienes cumplen hoy
aos de casados.
Celebran en esta fecha el no-
veno Aniversario de su matri-
monio el seftor Carlos Guiller-
mo Mullor y seora Gladys P-
de Muller. Los felicitamos
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos a
la nia Mali de la Guardia Ale-
mn, quien sufre uebrantos de
salud en su residencia.
De los Estadoa Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Pennsylvania visi-
tando a sus familiares, regresa-
ron hoy a Panam el Cnsul de
los Estados Unidos seor Char-
les M. Oerrlty y sonora y su ni-
o. Lq* saludamos.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Graciela P. de Amat y
Len
Seor Ramn Kavarro D.
Seor Gabriel E. Mouynei
Nia Ruth Halphen A.
Nia Maruja del Carmen Arlas
Garcia de Paredes.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Nia Luz Cecilia Vallarinp
Quljano.
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' "
USES EN EL
ESTMAGO
Truman no ha discutido la
Presidencia con Eisenhower
Por Roy A. lobtrtl,
Director del ansas City star
(NANA)
esUsaafO Mt oreai '
TI
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Mi^ka^vn ?%%-.
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eula.
ie d* MI* cas p rent o.
e B#l *af**ao eett criinde
.?' fiff ir*
auaateeseate la redo de I
lin
-- *J **<
onlr I uorasA*.
I
fe
eillo Instantneo
bllcano Dewey. O bien por Paul
Hoffman o Averell Harriman. El
Presidente Truman, personal-
mente, se inclina a favor de
Fred Vinson, actualmente Prer
KANSAS CITY, mayo 14 .idente de la Corte Suprem,
iBPS).. Bi gran tate sp-d# justicia. Pero ste no pa.
bre la poltica anterior de le* rfCe deoIdldo a cambUr su to,
Estados Unidos no haJjnnln. laa molesUas del Depar.
do, y cuando la rtatatatnaton tamento de Estado, si bien p*.
Truman haya 'entunada** - reCe inclinado a aceptar una
Pn,,r. -U_0*_s?:.!8J^r.^bli.5! candidatura presidencial.
Sin pretensiones de tener In-
formes especales al respecto,
el que esto escribe cree que el
Presidente Truman no desea
postularse para la reeleccin.
Hace un ao opinbamos lo
contrario, pero ahora hay mu-
chos factores que hacen ms
probable su decisin de no ser
candidato en 1952. Uno de ejloj
es la limitacin que establece
la nueva enmienda constitucio-
nal, que prohibe que un Pre-
sidente sirva ms de dos perio-
vuelva a renacer por lo menos
en parte el histerismo pro-Mac
Arthur. Es cierto que el pals
necesito unirse, pero es eviden-
te tambin que el prestigio del
Presidente y de sus principales
consjeros, los secretarios Aohe-
son y MirshaU, ha lufrldo se-
rios daos. No hay duda de
esto, cualquiera que sea la exac-
titud de aus puntos Je vista.
Algunos cambios en loa de-
partamentos de Estado y De-
,pf*A. Se I.'XolnTpSsar J* ST T?umS o 11
SSta. tHSa>JKffi Ir^Sr, .Va^ST^ MED1 s^nceTo'T.ulamina
IJ^fflW-^UtTw JQoUhnAfcnDua.^ solver a la vida vivada.
%*Wr* 'freR -S -ag^ Todo esto induce a creer que
ENFERMEDADES DE NIOS
Clnica San Fernando Dr. EDQARDO BURGOS
Teif. residencia: 3-1711
AH, QjJB
yqut
Ud
para
DtlkrOM
HOJUELAS
BUENO
bueno
tambin I
i y fprtif canta
Bf AVUtt S-MINUTOS
So meio el mundo lo* niAo* prefieren lis
lojueUsde Avena 3-Minuios. Y*i som-
broso lo mucho que ello* les bum iu
saber. Simia* y vd.
Lu<(0 srvase usIh tambia un pltio
4o alisaeacto careil. Prueb* lo
buao que torn esta* suculentas hojuelss
4e arena, msdurada si sol y de rico sabor
a nufi, que unto ctiimuUa ol apetito.
Sirva te4 mnsn* toda la tamili un
pUso de Hojuelas le Avna )-Minuios
el manjar univertelmeac* preferido
par* ! dtwyuao.
s
ran
^>ia*
el seor Truman se har a un
lado en la prxima lucha pre-
sidencial. Por supuesto, l no
ha dicho a nadie cules son sj
Intenciones, y muchos que le
conocen intimamente afirman
que si los republicanos lanzan
la candidatura del Senador
Taft. el seor Truman estara
dispuesto a enfrentrsele. Pero
todo se auna para suponer que
prefiere darle el sitio a otro,
posiblemente a su amigo Vin-
son. Esta es, repetimos, su elec-
cin personal- Resta por ver si
ella seria acertada desde el
punto de vista puramente po*
Utico.
Muchos creen que el general
Eisenhower tlepe mayores pro-
babilidades que cualquier otro
como candidato a la presiden-
cia. Accedera Truman a nomi-
narlo? Y si asi fuera, estarla el
general dispuesto a aceptar, a
su vez?
Los observadores estn segu-
ros de que si el Presidente de-
cide retirarse de la arena pol-
tica, sealar a Elsenhower co-
mo el mejor candidato dem-
crata. En cuantp a si el gene-
ral aceptara o no, es una In-
cgnita difcil de resolver. N-
otros creemos que es muy du-
doso oue lo haga. Personas au
torlzadas nos han dicho que
antes de que Eisenhower par-
tiera para Europa haba lle-
gado a un acuerdo on Truman
sobre esta materia. El Presi-
dente, se dice, le manifest que
l no serla candidato y quo
ayudara en todo lo posible al
MODELOS REALES.Usando evo* estilo 4o primavera, la
Reina Elizabeth y (a Princesa Margarita, de Gran Bretaa, lle-
gan a una casa de modas de Londres para una exhibicin de mo-
delos.
Existe n Hong Kong amenaza
de un levantamiento rojo
Per Rey Falk
(N. A' N. A)
TOKIO, Mayo 10 (EPS) El
senador Warren Magnuso, ue-
u.craU del estado de Well-
ington, expres su creencia da
que la amenasa de un levante-
miento comunista en Hor.g
Kong es mayor que la de que
lea comunistas chinos ataquen
dicha colonia de la corona rl-
tnlca. Estas declaraciones rie-
ron hechas en esta capital,
onde ee encuentra el senador
general.
Pero tal historia es inexacta.
La verdad es que el Presidente
y Eisenhower no han discuti-
do nunca la presidencia. No
existe acuerdo alguno entre
ellos sobre asta materia. Sin
embargo, es enteramente posi-
ble que si Truman estima que
el general es el hombre de la
hora, lo apoy con toda su fuer-
Sa poltica. Es indudable que la
mayora de los demcratas del
Sur acuerparan a Eisenhower,
y este es un factor de gran
Importancia.
Hacen donativo
i
Viena para hacer
Investigaciones
PARIS, 14 de Mayo de 1051)
En la Casa de la Unasco se anun
ci en el da de hoy que el Rec-
tor de la Universidad do Viena
recibir un donativo por valor
de 13.000 dlares en bonos para
la adquisicin de equipo cient-
fico. Este donativo permitir al
Instituto de qumica do la Uni-
versidad de Viena completar su
programa do reconstruccin y
recobrar el lugar destacado que
siempre ocupo en el mundo de
la ciencia.
Al mismo tiempo se hizo sa-
ber que oportunamente se harn
donativos slmllroo en favor de
Instituciones de Rlrmanla Gre-
cia, Indonesia y Yugootlavla,
por un valor os 7.00O dolare.?.
De loa estudios realizados por
la Comisin National do los Es-
tados Unidos de cooperacin
con la Unesco, resulta que los
pases menos desarrollado* o
devatados por la guerra reciben
una asistencia exigua para la
reconstruccin cientfica. Secan
loa portavoces de oeta Comisin
Nacional, seria oportuno acele-
rar la ejecucin de proyectos
especiales de la Unesco encami-
nados a suscitar el inters de
particulares y del publico en ge-
neral a fin de que esta forma
de asistencia Internacional en-
cuentre el mayor eco posible.
Club a su gusto!
Suscrbase en la
joyara panamea
DORITA
(Ave. Central #10)
Amplio surtido.
Regalos de Rodas.
Relojes CIMA y OMEGA.
Alivio instantneo
dla picazn
Le, notable eficacia del nnaento
Koaeaa ea aliviar la* tortura* de la.
picaaon ha aumentada tanto au de-
manda que ahora ae encuentra At
venta ea u* priolpale* farmacia.
Ya no hay rai6n para que nadie *u-
fra a rauaa de Irrltaclonen de la piel
pue* .con Ungento Koaene elimina
I milulir y se disfruta ti plaeer
de tener una epldermla aana. Por
antigua, y orare ea* eea la dolencia,
bastar* aplicarse un poco del un-
S"iinto Koaene par* oateaer rpido
alivio. Ea un remedie Igualmente
eflcaz par lea ea*** rata rebelde*
de barre*, eccema, sarpullid*. Ilesa*,
yrupclon* y dems enfermedades de
la piel Obteaaue ep **guld* un
frasco de Ungiente Koitne en cual-
quiera farmacia. I.a primera apllea-
I6n aliviar* Instantneamente la
elcaiftn mu Intense-
como parte da UQ viaje (le
Lelnta oas, enviado por el ai-
nado norteamerleano, durar.te
el cual har un recorrido de U
uorea Pormoea, Honl Kong y el
Japn. .
Al mismo tiempo dijo el se-
r.ador que los clculos hechos
tn el sentido de que los nacio-
nalistas chinos disponen de ^>j1-
nlontos mil a seiscientos n.U
Hombres en Pormoea son exage-
rados. "Is una tontera pe.-.-or
en una Invasin nacionulu; i
del continente sin que les sol-
dados reciban ms lnstruccl-Sn
nitlltar y an que los Estauosj
Unidos le brinden a la misma j
iodo su apoyo nava* y anfibio",
dijo el senador. "Los naeloua-
'lstas necesitaran meses y mt-
;cs para construir una flota de
invasin".
"Los nacionalistas estn lle-
vando a cabo muy bien el a- i
Itstramtento de sus tropas. Es-
tn estudiando la tcnica de u.s
operaciones anfibias. So aun-
tieenen a las tropas ocupadas.
Tienen un problema de alimen-
tacin. El gobierno no dispone
de mpcho dinero para comprar-
les alimentos a los naturales de
Formosa y, por tanto, se ve a
os saldados nacionalistas culti-
vando huertos de la victoria*",
ice el Sr. Magnuso'
"Debe permitrsele a la Cl;i;.
nacionalista participar en cu-I-
quier accin emprendida por U
Naciones Unidas, y esto Inclu"
la Corea", agreg 1 sena:' I
Magnuson. "Ha sido un errui r
.10 enviar por lo meneo j.i
fuerza simblica a la Corea. I
propaganda de PeHn n el int-
erior de la China ha procla.-
do lo siguiente: Ven uste\.s?
Los norteamericanos ni slqulerr.
creen gran cosa de los chi.ios
y no los dejan participar en la
guerra de las Naciones Unidas".
Dijo el senador del estado de
Washington que "existe el te-
mor de que Hong Kong so vuel-
va comunista si el pueblo e
'ictlma del desempleo y el
Hambre. Dos millones y medio
de personas viven actualmente
tn aquella colonia de la coror.i.
io que es un milln ms da lo
acostumbrado. En un canip?-
uiento el gobierno est altr-
dienda a veinte mil refugiados
tie la China, a un costo de *s
mil dlares diarlos".
Las industrias de Hong Kong
estn pidiendo a gritos matr-
.as v primas norteamericanas,
especialmente algodn para las
fbricas de tejios. El senador
dijo que el gobierno de Hor-g
Kong est aumentando la lis-
ta da materiales que no puoJtu
ser enviados con destino a
Jhlng. sale se permita el envo
de drogas y ropas a la Chipa
omunista. Croe el senador que
iiong Kong podra obtener sus
aumentos del sudeste de A.-ia
> pasar sin los que recibe de la
China.
Deba permitirse la mpoi'M-
iin de ciertos articulo* para
'iue se puedan mantener aspieu-
aa a la poblacin ala Ho..g
Kong-
Revel el senador que buques
daneses y noruegos, asi como
vapores volanderos que onarbo-
lan otras banderas entran cu
los puertos chinos sin tomarse
a molestia de obtener el co-
rrespondiente permiso de les
autoridades de Hong Kong. Di-
jo tambin que ms de diea mil
juncos navegan en aguas de di-
cha colonia, pero que dudaba
qua sus actividades de con ti?.-
jando tuvieran gran Importan-
cia por lo que se refiere a ma-
teriales de guerra voluminosos
la Peo* Wm la Msrlrirsole
PICAZN
NUEVO MTODO.La anterior foto nos maestra el sistema
usado por unos asaltantes para asaltar un tonco do Chicago. Loa
bandidos ataron na viga a la defensa delantera del carro y car-
garon contra la puerta de| banco.
TELEFUN KEN
VAttMAAMA
USAIA
AuvaMUM
Poiwuf?...
/rWt Outma. iiilMM
V4*xh*s, Jnw,
PROTEGE MUCHO Af/S T/EMPO
raeeuere
saltee iHsrte*
Oe MX I receta de un ndlee,
Jas ahora quede obieaeree ea la*
ermanaa a un coeto Intimo, que
* aia Alcoa ea el tratamiento de
enfermedades de la piel que ala-
gan otre remedio.
Kate ran aceite antlaOatlce ae
a*le promueve la rpida clcatrli-
'ia de llave* y herida* ala* a**
/"i"610"* ,.B|* >llT' y aroat
cloetrlaacldn de diviesos, clarte*,
abeceeo* y ulceres. Bu accin ea
laa enfermedades cuitara* atuy
fieas, I pluses del eeaema c**a
deads lea*.
Pnede Seted obtener el Aceite
Oemaralda Meen* concentrad* en
cualquiera farmacia moderna. Me
kaes dase.
*-
*+
HOT!
9:10 5:05
7:00 8:55
Una mujer lleva el terror
a 8 millones de seres!
MENSAJERA DE LA
MUERTE"
(Frightened City)
Evelyn Keyes, Chas. Korvin
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
MAANA!
Una Oran
Comedia 1
DONALD O'CONNOR
el terror del Caribe, on
"PITOS. FLAUTAS Y
PIRATAS"
(Double Crossbones)
En Tecnicolor 1
MIRCOLES 1 DA SOLAMENTE!
"UN HOMBRE T SU ALMA" (en Tecnicolor)
con Susan Hayward William Lundlgan
DESDE JUEVES!
(Simultneo con el Cecilia)
o
Nuevas aventuras... Glorioso
romane*.. Trepidante accin!
- con -
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN
HOOD"
En las huellas de su famoso
padre sale a vengar los desma-
nas del tirano de Inglaterra!
TODA EN TECNICOLOR!
BfRTTlSl 1
PRONTO!
Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe
"AMOR QUE VUELVE"
(Woman On The Run)
r
PRONTO!
harles Boyer, Linda Darnell
"CARTAS VENENOSAS"
(The ISth Letter)
\
I.
[e
E
:.
i
w
II toqut ale galas
pa.ru mi rcstr
do 1 POND'S
Basa y polvos.. toaJo on wnol
A exquisito* matices
Una mota en cada caja.
i Facilsimo *Jo plicorl No requiere aguano
mancha los dedos. Angel Face no se reseca. Se aplico
con la mota que trae y deja un acabado aterciopelado.
(Dura mucho mos quo los polvos! Ese acabado uniformo,
exquisito, que fura Ionio en el rostro, se debe a una razn
especial. Angel Face contiene un ingrediente "adhesivo1*
que es parte integrante de este maquillaje un divino.
i No so dorromn on lo bolso o lo ropo! Qu delicia es llevar
ngel Face de Pond's! Tan ntido y tan perfecto para un
rpido retoquedondequiera que est, en cualquier momento.
QMa^lh
HOY A LAS 9 P. M.
DOS FUNCIONES!
SIGUE IL SXITO DE US UNSACIONALSS
MULATAS de FUEGO
ADEMAS:------AUTENTICAS CREADORAS DEL MAMBO!
GLORIA HELM VILMA VALLE ALEXANDER Y PABLO
SimpatlauUima Cantante
Inte
La Voz Maravillosa
rnacional. de Cuba.
Primerisimos Bailarines del Ballet
Negro de Rodney.
LAS HNAS. CASTRO
Bellsimas Modelos.
Tandas:
Pelcula___1 p.m. y 10 p.m.
Bspcotcnlo: .....IH p.m.
En la Pantalla: Richard Cont -- Audrey Totter, en "SENTENCIA DE MUERTE"
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BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INPBPgNPIENTB
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LTJNE8, MAYO 14,
NO hay ejoi Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc -^
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. *
Nutstros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adiciona*.
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ato. TI y til No. 4
Tal i-ati
RWSKO OE LESSEN
Timar 4
fan-ma
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A. 4 I* Jidte
Til UHt
BOTICA CARLTON
ftr
MI C-loo.
SALON DR BELLEZA AMHRICANO
Calle U Ooeoe Mo. H
RL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "H" Na. 47 fn-m
Ave. Ca-tral 12-1TC Cala*
Nuevo Secretario
de Obras Pblicas
APROVECHE:Pinturas y esmalte!
extra brillantes a pruebo de moho.
B.3.25 goln. Almocenes Tropiau-
re.
SI VENDEN:Ce re, t_herie esre,
cera eeiielo-o, fix-Tea (cartn
aislador pero cielos roses) "-
rat. lavemanoe, e-eiise-a, ote.
los procree m, b.w ea olese.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. V.. Isee-
a. llorado Jan Frep.ee. Tel.
.-150-.________________________
5E VENDE: __ Incubodor elctrica.
6 Tel. 3-0255.
5E VENDE:Fregaderos de hierro
esmoltotio con sus occesorios. Lo-
vorrionos e inodoros importodo.
Villoniieva y To|elro Ci*. -Me.
SI VENDE:Tubera elctrico gal-
vanizada. Colillas. Alambre elc-
, trico. Tel. 2-0540.
Villonu.v. y Teieire Ca. LMo.
SE VENOE:Vidrios pulidos. Vidrios
poro azoteas. Vidrios alambrodos.
Bloques de vidrio. Tel. 2-0540.
Villenuava y Taialra Ca. LMo.
in polvo
Tel. 2-
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
Ofrecemos CHALET de 2 recamaros
con 2 borlos y PISCINA, a precio
y condiciones de pago nunca vis-
tos. B. 10,500.00. Wolff y Co.
Ltdo., Calle 5o., 22, Tel. 2-2388.
Un anuncio pequeo con grandes
ofertas. Lotei de todo! tamaos en
toda! las Urbanizaciones a pre-
cios reolment* bajo!. Vi!tenoi
personalmente y convnzase de lo
asombroso de nuestra oferto. Wolff
y Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5*.. 22, Tel.
2-2388.
SE VENDECasa en Son Francisco
de la Coleta de 3 racimaras, la-
comedor amplio. Lote en esquina
de 406 metros cuodrados. Buen
precio. Informe!: Juon Navarro.
Avenido Cuba entre calles 25 y
26 Este. Telfono 2-0481.
SE VENDE:Cemento blanco. Colo-
rantes, concentrados para cemen-
to. Impermeabilizante
para repellos exteriores.
VUbeueva y Tejolro Ce. -tea.
Vendemos piezas de segunda mano
para cualquier morco de carro.
Gorage Casino, Avenida Central
No. 291._______________________
SOLICITASE PEOpViSTAS * *
|L SUMINISTRO DE PELCULAS Y
POLVOS DE RAYOS X
|l Conal de Panam solicita propues-
tos poro el suministro de pelculas y
polvos de royos X, osi como fa-lli-
dades de almecenoje durante el ono
fiscol que termina el 30 de junio de
1952 Se recibirn propuesta! sella-
das hasta las 10:30 da la monona
del 23 de moyo de 1951. - puede
obtener lo solicitud No. 389 del des-
pacho del Superintendente de Almo-
enes en Balboo, telfono 2-2777.
f, VENDE BARATO:Lllantas 750
.20. 825 x 20. 900 x 20. 1000
20, tinacos buenas condiciones,
colchones, maquinas de escribir,
maquina de hacer llaves sillos p -
< sabia- de metal, manilo do i .
"'Transito, perfectos condicione!.
Almacn Gonzlz, Ave. Central
196.___________________
|l Canal de Panam ofrece en venta
bajo propuoitos sellodos para abrir-
lo las 10:30 de lo monona del
dio 21 de mayo do 1951. uno
maquine de rayar popal y '
prenso! de Imprimir, situados en
lo Imprento del Ferrocarril de Pa-
loma en Mount Hope, Zona del
Canal. Para pormenores e ins-
peccin comuniqese con el Sr.
E. C. Cotton, Impresor, telefono
3-1787. Se podrin obtener los
: formularios pora las propuestos de
' Imprento del Ferrocarril de Po-
nom en Mount Hope, o del des-
pacho del superintendente de Al-
mocenes en Mslboo. telfono 2-
27777._________________________
l^lELA-
SE VENDE: Atractivo chalet dos
recmoros en Santa Clara, sala,
dinette, cocina y cuarto paro uti-
lidades en 1663 M2 de terreno
con jardn y arboles fruale!. Cosa
completamente omoblada. Pregun-
tar por Ross a/c Coslno Santa Clo-
ro. Pora informes Home a los 6
p. m. Tel. 3-3212.
SE VENDE:Dos cosas mixtas de 51
cuortos. Produce B.700.00 men-
suales. Valor B.23.000.00. Se
aceptan ofertas. Coso chica, Calle
14 Oeste, B.3.000.00. Sacrificio:
Lote cerca Va Espaa de 640
Mts. cuodrodos B.2.25 el me-
tro cuadrado. Lote en Ro Abajo
a B. 1.10 metro cuadrado. Prs-
tamos hipotecarios. Tenemo! mu-
chas propiedades boratos desde
B.3,000.00 en adelante. Agencia!
Thomas, Bienes Races. Ave. Cen-
tral 259 Tel. 3-1069.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:GANGA. Pontioc 1950
Streamliner ozul. 4 puartas. llan-
tos nuevas, hidromtico. Para ver-
lo llame de 8 a 12 p. m. y de
1 :30 a 5 p. rn. Tel. 2-0860. De
5 en odelante. Tel. 3-2458.
SE NECESITA
_______General'______
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entro
21 y 30 do edad que hablo Ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rio. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Buzar Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE NECESITA: Vendedor a baso
do comisin para lineas generales.
Escriba, dando referencias, expe-
riencia, Apartado 1075, Panam.
Extranjero desea trobejor en casa de
familia. Llame al telfono 3-0825
de 4 a 6 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Dos soldodores do
arco pora trabajar en el Abattoir
Nocional en Paitllla. Tel. 3-0432.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora oba-
rroterio, tiene que tener expe-
iancia. Acudo Comlsarioto Stton
an Calle Coln.
Familia responsable necesita cholot
con troi ecmarai, jardn, gara-
ge y cuarto para empleoda. Tel.
3-2492.
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SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenido Mxico final y calle 43
Eito, llamo 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento
Avenida Central 279. Tel.
QJ40.
^
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no. Callo 47 No. 3, !ola, comedor,
2 recmara!, cuarto, servicio, ga-
rage, ote. Tal. 3-3338. ______*
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos: C-
modos, vontilodos, edificio moder-
no frente Plaza Santa Ana. Com-
paa F. ICAZA Avenida B. 79.
SE ALQUILAApartamento en Ave-
nido Control 74. Infrmese en te-
lfono 3-0088.
Se aceptaren propuestas en la oficina
le Gerente General del Departa-
mento de Comisariatos, situodo en
Mt. Hope, Zona del Canal, hasta
los 3 00 de la tarde del martes,
29 de mayo de 1951, paro suplir
620,000 libros, o olternotivomente
310,000 libros de Azcar Fina Gra-
nulada. Los formularios para ha-
cer dichos prepuestas, con todos los
pormenores, podren obtenerse en lo
oficina del Supply Or Service Direc-
tor en Balboa Heights, o en lo ofi-
cina del Gerente General de Comi-
sariatos en Mount Hope. Zona oel
Canal.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:2 escritorios grandes
de metal. 4 sillas de escritorios,
un archivero de metal, una ca-
ja fuerte (usadosJ. Tel. 2-3727 de
12a 2 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Casas________
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completamente amoblada, en loto
da 1,600 metros, alrededor do I.
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recmaras con dos baos, 2 ha-
bitaciones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente b e o; cocina
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sola, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situada entre Paitllla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tar lista el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.___________________________
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia
fresca con transporte frecuente.
Via Espaa y calle segundo, Ca-
rrasquilla No. 48. 5 recamara!, sa-
la-comedor y dos servicios. Con
posibilidades de acomodor dos fa-
milias, B.75.00. Tel. 3-0471.
SE ALQUILA: Chalet completo-
ment amoblado. Altos del Golf.
Renta B. 150.00. Infprmes telfo-
no 3-2541.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento, una
recmara. Colla 52 No. 18. Infor-
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE NECESITA
Domstico*
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES El MEJOR!
Comit del Senado -solicitap
el Presidente Traman plan
para terminar el conflicto
SE NECESITA: Empleada compe-
tente pora oficios domsticos, pa-
ra 2 personas. Con referencia.
Que sepa planchor y lavar. Pet-
tersson, calle 44 No. 11 -A, bajos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia y buenas referencias, buen
sueldo, acuda calle 41 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para lim-
pieza do coso, por las maana!
solamente. Acudo a Avenida' Per
No. 28. Apto. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble que sepa lavar, planchar y co-
cinar, para dos personas, buen
sueldo, hay que dormir en el em-
plea. Calle 46 No. 22.
WA8HJNGTON, Mayo 14 (UP)
Se ha sabido que el Comit
oel Sead* que investiga a
destitucin del General MacAr-
t:iur ha pedido formalmente al
Presidente Truman que sumi-
nistre los planes para tratar de
negociar un arreglo sbbre la
guerra de Corea.
Para saber algo ms sobre los
puntos de vista de la Adminis-
tracin, el Comit ha convdelo
a otra sesin para hoy con la
| presencia del Secretarlo de D.-(
tensa George Marshall.
El Senador Williams F. Know-
land dijo que el Comit ha en-
viado su peticin pero que
sabia cul ser la respuest
La perspectiva de negocie
arreglo de la guerra de
sin extenderla y sin "apac
miento" es. una da las cu-
nes principales de la disp
entre MacArthur y la Atml
tracln de Truman.
Knowlanh ha pesiso el texto
e la declaracin presidencial
que nunca fu hecha sobre la
guerra de Gores, y el docu.mc.lto
del Departamento de Estado
que estableca las basas de las
negpciacionesvsi la China C_
munista acceda a negociar.
4
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
0 vanta an
IABYZKAYNA
En la maana de hoy fu de-
signado Secretario del Ministe-
rio de Obras Pblicas don Eladio
Peres Venero, destacado ele-
mento de nuestra juventud.
El nuevo funcionario nos ma-
nifest su propsito de colabo-
rar intensamente en la labor
del titular de dicha cartera, In*.
Norberto Navarro, quieni tee
especial Inters en la termina-
cin de las principales obras
en el actual Presupuesto.
SE NECESITA: Muchacha soltero
sin compromisos, para cocinar v
ayudar en los dems quehaceres,
que duerma en el trabajo, familia
pequea. Calle 37 Esto No. 2.
SE NECESITA: Empleada, debe
dormir en su empleo. Colle Darin
y opartamento 1 (Frente Jardn
Balboa).
SE NECESITA:Mujer para lavar y
aseo do casa. Debe dormir en ti
empleo. Ocurra Avenida 4 de Ju-
lio 19.
Taamos al surtido ms
granda y ms fino da Mol-
duras da Metal para al
NEVAMAR para uso sobra
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
dea y NACTOR para el
frente de la* tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
SE COMPBA;SEBO MITO: (De-
rretido) de primera calidad a
BAO. 16 lo libra neto, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado on la ciudad
de Ponomi. Se advierto que se re-
cho-or todo sebo de procedencia
extranjera o todo sebo nocional que
hoyo sido mezclado con sebo ex-
tranjero. CA. PANAMIftAOI
ACEITES, S.A. Carretera del Aero-
puerto. Tel. 3-1371.___________
E COMPRA:COPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier cantidad a B/.250.00 lo to-
nelada de 2.000 libras netas, bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesada en
nuestra plonto de la ciudad de Pa-
nam. CA. PANAMIRA DI ACEI-
TE. S.A. Aportodo 1910 Ponom,
Tel. 3-1371.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE: Bote-velo, 21 pies,
"Morconi" con aparejos, 2 juegos
velas, motor Evinruaa, outboard,
remos, etc., cabina de piloto poro
6 adultos cmodamente, recien-
temente pintado, buenas condicio-
nes. Llamor Fort Cloyton 3134.
SE VENDE: Maquino lavadora
"Norge" 9 libras, nuevo. B.175.-
00. Panamsiea. Colle Montoserln
No. 4.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora en per-
fectos condiciones, motivo, necesi-
tamos una mes grande. Colle 46
No. 34, altos.
SE VENDE: Estufa elctrico pe-
quea, lavadora elctrica, muebles.
Jos Francisco do la Ossa No. 30,
Apto. 12.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE NECESITA:Lovandor ploncho-
doro B. 10.00 semanales. Aveni-
da B No. 61.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para co-
cinar y asear la cosa. Preferible que
duerma en empleo. Colle la. No.
13.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio que duerma en ol trabajo,
Avenida Manuel Icaza 18, Cam-
po Alegre.
SE NECESITA:-
No. 33.
.ocinera. Callo 48,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independien-
te. Calle Estudiante 105. arribo
panadera Ancn.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado en
Bello Vista, pora una o dos perso-
nes. Para informes Homo ol Tel.
3-2947.
Los educadores
7Que las actitudes de estos
educadores revelan un renun-
ciamiento a la dignidad y el
respeto que garantiza la Ley
Orgnica de Educacin, como
atributos indispensables para
el ejercicio de la decencia,
RESUELVEN:
1Censurar a los educadores
de cualquier categora que en
iorma tan poco edificante han
Incurrido en las faltas enume-
radas en los considerandos a-
rriba expresados,
2__Pedir al Ministerio de E-
ducacin que Investigue la con-
drcla de funcionarios del Ra-
teo, cuyas actuaciones no se
han .'justado a la dignidad in-
herentes a las funciones pro-
pia ; de un educador para me-
recer el amparo de la Ley Or-
gnica de Educacin, y,
3Exhortar a dichos educa-
dores a ajustar su conducta a
los principios de la tica pro-
fesional, para que sirvan con
dignidad los sagrados intereses
de la educacin nacional.
Dada en la ciudad de Pana-
m, a los doce das del mes de
de mil novecientos cln-
i y uno.
res de la Repblica:
Jos del C. Lascando, Miguel
Mejia I)., Pedro Avala D., O. A.
De Len, J. M. Rodrigues Fina-
mer. Olma Moreno G, Alejandro
Henrique.
Por la Asociacin de Estu-
diantes del Instituto de Vera-
no: _,
Teodoro de J. Villarrue, Cesar
A. Vsques O., Gregorio Carri-
llo.
Armando Moreno
tera, Dr. Miguel ngel Orde-
es. Nuestro estimado colega
Armando Moreno, periodista
destacado, es miembro actual-
mente del Tribunal de Honor
del Sindicato de Periodistas de
Panam y ha desempeado
diversos cerros en la carrera
diplomtica. Don Armando
Moreno tom esta maana po-
sesin de su alto cargo.
Nuestro colega Moreno ha
sido muy felicitado por sus
numerosas amistades por la
acertada designacin de que
ha sido objeto, en especial por
los miembros del periodismo
nacional.
SE ALQUILACuarto amoblado, en-
trada separada, para soltero, calle
del Estudiante 73 Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA:En Avenido Per 68-
B. Cuarto grande, cocina, comedor,
entrado y servicio independente, lu
y gas. Linda visto, mucho aire, pa-
to odelante v otris. Telfono 3-
0276.
mayo
euent-
Por
U*. I
Se M
SE NECESITA:--Persono do 25 a 35
aos de edad pora trabajo de car-
guera. Debe dormir en el trabajo.
Campo Alegro, esquina de calles
51 y Ricordo Arias, oportamento
3.
MAQUINAS DE CAR-
PINTERA
(Sierras circulares y sin
fin, Cepilladoras, Lija-
doras, Taladros).
TORNOS MECNICOS
DE 31"
CALENTADORES DE
AGUA J
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
PERSIAMAS for*
ir PORRAS
o TELONES DE ALUMINIO
o TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf' para vitrinaa
Telf. 2-309? Panam
Wedemeyer est dispuesto
apoyar al Gral. MacArthur
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 3-1713
SE NECESITA:Empleodo pora ofl-
cio de casa. Tiene que dormir en
empleo. Calla 47 casa 3 Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero bueno, que
duerma en empleo, Avenida Ma-
nuel J. Hurtado, ltimo cosa. La
Cresta. Familio Fogarty.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pera ofi-
cios domsticos, que duerma en
cosa. Acuda Sostrerlo Panam Ele-
gante, calle 16 Esto No. 8.
SE ALQUILA' Cuarto omobledo,
entrada independiente. B.6.00 se-
manales. Parque Levebre. Avenida
Ernesto Lefevre cosa 32 (Bus
ozul).
SE ALQUILA: Cojnpletamente
amoblado con atencin del aseo.
Para hombre solo. Colle Colombia
No. 8. aportomento 5.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepa
cocinar. Colle 48 No. 2, oparta-
mento 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para ofi-
cios domsticos, que sepa plon-
cha. Debo dormir on casa. Calle
11 Oeste No. 8, bajos.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FBRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle II Este #4 Tal. Z-MM
Sociedad catlica
kindergarten" que regentarin
".s 'Hermanas Maryknoll" de la
el Magisterio Panameo Misin de Santa Marta en 8a!-
,oa El saln llevar el nombre
del "Beato Martin de Porrt",
juya madre fu oriunda Ue
nuestra hermosa "Isla de Ti-
boga".
E. Gal-mar. Sara Sotl-
r> Wong M., Emilia O.
liner.
For la Asociacin de Profeso-
DA SOCIAL
Abandon ayer el Hospital
Santo Toms, la Joven seora
doa Ramona Gallardo de Del
Busto, acompaada de su gra-
ciosa primognita Elslta Ramo-
na, ambas en perfecto estado de
salud. La felicitamos.
El Sr. Guillermo
Panam, Doctor Arnulfo Arlas,
l me manifest que las calles
de Panam eran teatro de actos
terroristas inspirados por cier-
tos elementos ds tendencias co-
munistas bien conocidas, quie-
nes, en su propsito de destruir
la solidaridad de panam con
los Estados Unidos de Amrica,
se oponen a la derogacin de la
Consttlucln de 1946, la cual
protege la existencia del Parti-
do Comunista en Panam.
El problema comunista en Pa-
nam es de seriedad sin igual
pues afecta directamente la se-
guridad del Canal de Panam.
Washington, D.C.
Mayo 9 de 1951.
GUILLERMO ENOARA F.
'_ ALQUILAN^^_cilvamonto po-
ro otidnos loclos cntricos en toa
altos ds Avenido Control 44 o
precioe mdicos. Soliciten knfor-
mocion en Almacenos S V 10 cen-
tavos.
Locles comerciales on Morlono Aro-
someno y Super Mercado Calido-
nia; tambin on Rio Abojo,
BA 12.00. Dirigirse A. do Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Locol pora of eme.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local Comercial: E-
dificio moderno frente Ploro San-
ta Ana. Compaa F. Icare, Ave-
nida 79.
LAMPARAS
FLUORECENTES
"Duro-Test"
10,000 horas de garanta.
Tel. 2-2847
SE ALQUILA:Moonfico local cn-
trico, apropiado para oficina o
clnica. Avenida Central 68.
SE ALQUILA:Plonto baja on callo
Carlos A. Mendoza poro dep-
sito u oficina. Llamo 2-3437
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
o La mi* acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A 808 ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154TeL 3-e52_.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
TeL Z-175Z
Por Jay G. Hayden
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, mayo 14.
(EPS). Los ex-compaeros de
armas del general "Albert O.
Wedemeyer creen que las prin-
cipales razones para su repen-
tina resolucin de pedir el reti-
ro del servicio activo son:
1El hecho de que, como de-
cano entre los tenientes gene-
rales norteamericanos, fue he-
cho a un lado al nombrarse a
los generales Rldway y Van
Fleet para mandar las fuerzas
de los Estados Unidos en Corea.
2La conviccin le que est
condenado a continuar "archi-
vado" mientras sea Secretarlo
de Defensa el General Marshall,
quien como Secretarlo de Esta-
do estuvo en desacuerdo con
l y prohibi la publicacin del
Informe que el general redact
en 1947 sobre la'situacin china.
81 Wedemeyer es llamado en
las actuales audiencias del Se-
nado, dicen los Informantes,
dar testimonio hostil a la ad-
ministracin Truman y en apo-
yo del general MacArthur, no
porque sienta odio contra nadie,
segn ha dicho, sino porque
es un hombre sincero que cree
que las relaciones de los EE.
UU. con China han sido Inde-
bidamente maleadas. '
Otro factor que puede haber
contribuido a la decisin del
general Wedemeyer de abando-
nar el servicio activo es el nom-
bramiento de otro oficial Infe-
rior a l, el general J. Lawton
Collins, como jefe del Estado
Mayor del Ejrcito. Pero lps
nombramientos d Marshall,
Rldway y Van Fleet han ac-
tuado ms decididamente en su
resolucin.
Al asumir el mandato en Chi-
na en 1944, poco despus de que
Chiang pidi la separacin del
general Stllwell, Wedemeyer era
el comandante norteamericano
ms joven en los campos de
la segunda guerra mundial. Sus
amigos dicen que logr lo que
Stllwell no pudo hacer* conven-
cer a Chiang Kai-shek de que
deba acceder a aque sus tropas
fueran dirigidas por los norte-
americanos. C i e r t ament es
cierto que, no habiendo tenido
nunca ms de setenta mil sol-,
dados norteamericanos a su*
rdenes, Wedemeyer contuvo f-
rechaz a un milln y medio
de Japoneses durante los l-
timos 18 meses de la girare
mundial.
Lo mismo .que Marshall
demeyer encabez una
a China. El primero fue'
pals en 1948, el segur
1947. Los resultados de
visitas fueron totalmente dife*
rentes.
No habiendo logrado nductr
a los nacionalistas y a los co-
munistas chinos a que forma*
ran una sola coalicin, Marshall
llev a la conclusin de que
ambos regmenes estaban Igual-
mente fracasados y que lo qu
los Estados Unidos deban ha-i
cer era simplemente esperar)
para si era posible que loa-ele-
mentos liberales de ambas fac4
clones llegaran a obtener la
supremaca.
Ha sido nombrado
Edecn del
REPARACIONES!
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DE
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CONSLTENOS !
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Calle Martn Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424
El Presidente de
Cuba va la cinta
"Tarde de Toros"
A solicitud expresa de la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica de
Cuba, el Excmo. seor Presi-
dente, Antonio Prio Socarras y
su gabinete, vieron en exhibi-
cin privada la pelcula "Tar-.
de de Toros".
Al final de la prueba los pre-
sentes aplaudieron la cinta
mencionada, catalogada como
"el mejor drama de toreo que
se ha filmado".
Nombrados los
corregidores
y
El Sr. Don Rodolfo Mises Ca-
I oj-ii r
me ocal.
PINTURA BLANCA Y GRIS
en envases de S galones
B 2.50 galn
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Tel. 2-3335 Calle 16 Este #4
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T % 6 y V x 8'
Calibre 26
1
Los corregidores del distrito
capital fueron nombrados por el
Alcalde del Distrito, doctor Al-
berto navarro asi:
Bario de Santa, Antonio San-
tamara;
San Felipe y Chorrillo, Vir-
ginia Ramos de Sander;
Pueblo Nuevo, Esteban Huer-
tas Ponce.
Se nos inform asimismo que
no habian sido nombrado an
los Corregidores de Rio Abajo,
Juan Daz y San Francisco.
Rusia ha hecho
tuvieron el equipo "intentado
algo que fu considerado como
una Imposibilidad militar, fraca-
sada en ese aspecto-ademas de
la falta de direccin."
"Ellos tenan una gran ven-
taja en equipo; tenan ventaja
Sel nmero de soldados. Les
t direccin y el apoyo del
pueblo Chino, debido al carcter
del Gobierno.
"Entonces, cuando ellos se
extendieron, particularmente en
la captura de ciudades que te-
uan ue apoyar y las comunis-
tas que tenan que cubrir, se ca-
yeron por su propio peso. La
situacin en Europa es muy di-
ferente"
i i
trelln ha sido nombrado par
ocupar el cargo de Edecn ail
Presidente de la Repblica, Qoj
Alcibades Arosemena.
El Sr. Castrellon es
militar de carrera qae
este carga.
Gran regocijo ha causado en-
tre la juventud panamea el
nombramiento recado en el Sr.
Castrellon, ya que ste es miem-
bro prominente del PRI, y es
muy estimado por todos los eae
conocen su hombra de bien y
don de gentes.
El Sr. Castrellon naci tn Lee
Palmas, Provincia de Veraguas,
el 17 de Diciembre de lrZl, H*ro
sus primeros estadios en el.Ca-
legio de La Salle, fradumrsja
despus en la Escuela Political.
es de Guatemala.
El Sr. Castelln airvh ea el
Cuerpo de Polica Nacional en
el ao 1942 como oficial en Ir
Crcel Modelo, ocupando Ineg*
varios cargos pblicos, tales eo<
mo el de Jefe de Inmigrados
del Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, en donde se consarro
como empleado probo y honrado.
La Sociedad
elacin de Ganaderos, del Sin-
dicato de Industriales y de la
Cmara de Comercio e Indus-
tria quienes enviarn una terna
al Presidente de la Repblica
para que ste escoja el Gerente.
El plan primordial de esta re-
solucin es que se lleve a cfto
un planeamiento clentitioo^ao
la Institucin y que se JCSS
por completo de la esfera pori-
tica. ZZZ.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
--
SE NECESITA
Hombre enrgico y con personalidad, dispuesto 2
a someterse a riguroso entrenamiento en venta de pro- "
ducto univeraalmente usado y de reconocida calidad,
que tenga experiencia contable, entre los 25 y 30 silos 3
de edad. Buena oportunidad para independizarse para 1
aquel que rena las condiciones necesarias. Escriba al
apartado 1071, Panam, suministrando fotografa ta-r.:.
mao postal, educacin, experiencia y estado civij.


LUNES, M\*0 U, l5t
-iTWr-------------- _.
11. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
. PAGINA IISTR
El Softball Comercial Reanuda Hoy La Serie Final
Los dos Juegos estarn cargo del
Duran vs. Cernid y Pateo vs. Control
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Softball Comercial
Serie Pial
Pato .............
De. Cerrad ........
Duran ...............
C. del Comejn ___
G. P. Pie.
1 l.UM
1 1.M0
1 JM
i oto
Juegos de eata noche
DURAN ti CERRLD
7. p.m.y
PATCO ti CONTROL
8.46 p.m.
Encuentro* de Maana
CERRUD ts DURAN
CERRUD ti PATCO
La Serle final del Campeona-
to de Softball de la Liga Co-
mercial e reanuda esta noche
en el, cuadro de Santa Rita con
los juegas Duran va Cerrud y
Pateo ts Control del Comejn...
Esta competencia se Inici el
pasado lunes, pero los sucesos
de todos conocidos, obligaron a
suspender el torneo durante to-
de una semana, para continuar
hoy.
Los equipos Cerrud y Pateo
iniciaron con una. victoria sus
compromisos de esta etapa final
que comprende una sola vuelta.
de manera que los otros dos
conjuntos, Duran y Control del
Comejn, que llevan ya una de-
rrota, necesitan salir airosos
esta noche para mantener su
opcin, porque de lo contrario
uedarn sin oportunidad al
ampeonato.
Contando adems que los equi-
pos se presentarn bien acon-
dicionados y con sus mejores
unidades, se esperan dos cote-
jos reidsimos y satisfactorios.
Blido Gan Ayer El Clsico
Soc. De Dueos De Caballos
Por RDEME
Bajo magistral monta del ji
nete Blas Agulrre, BLIDO se
impuso en el Clsico Sociedad
de Dueos de Caballos, prueba
central de la funcin hpica do-
minical, celebrada sobre una
distancia de 1300 metros y por
un premio de b.i.ooo.oo
Blido estuvo esperando el
momento oportuno para atacar,
mientras que Pull Polvorazo y
Golden Triumph se estrechaban
en teido duelo de velocidad por
alcanzar todos los honores. En
la tierra derecha Blido y Mimo
fuecon empujados con energa,
pero Mimo se abri y perdi
su opcin, mientras que el pu-
pilo d Luis Rodriguez se col
por los palos y en toda la meta
despoj del triunfo a Full que
ocup el segundo puesto y un
cuerpo de Golden Triumph que
lleg tercero despus de ven-
der cara su derrota. Cuarto lle-
g Mimo.
Ayer los jinetes Agulrre y
Contreras dieron una demos-
tracin de lo que es guiar ca-
ballos de carreras. Sin lugar a
dudas el muchacho criollo de-
mostr que es un verdadero as
cuando alcanz sus triunfos con
Silver Domin y Blido. No obs-
tante el chileno hizo todo lo que
estuvo a su alcance y ambos
fueron aplaudidos por la con-
currencia.
Agulrre alcanz dos triunfos
ayer, mientras que Contrera*
uno. Otro de los jinetes que se
destac ayer fu K. Flores que
se ha colocado a la altura de
los mejores jinetes al obtener
dos victorias.
1 Dep. Ditrani no es equipo de propaganda
comercial, segn manifiesta su Secretario
Para *u publicacin- hemos re-
cibido la 'guente carta;
- Panam, n de Mayo de 1951.
MarW Fonseca Zlga
Ciudad:
Antes de entrar en materia
quiero manifestarle lo siguiente:
que Jams ni nunca pens que
por motivo de una diferencia
transitorio, fuera a convertirse
en victima de sus comentarlos
el Club Deportivo Ditrani. Por
que usted se ha dado a la ar-
dua Urea de hacer una pro-
paganda poco recomendable sien
do como nico objeto denigrar
al mencionado Club, y en esa
forma despejar un poco su ce-
rebro. Estos pequeos califica-
tivos tales como ficticio, pro-
pagandista y otros, que por es-
tos momentos se me escapan de
la memoria, se le pueden dis-
pensar a personas que no han
visitado si bien se quiere jin
aula de primera enseanza, pe-
ro a individuos como usted, que
posee una vasta cultura tan-
to acadmica como social, no se
les puede pasar por desaperci-
bidos, dichos actos, qu carecen
de toda veracidad.
Al referirme a su articulo con
fecha de Mayo seis, publicado en
la edicin del peridico Domi-
nical, hace unos cargos que a la
verdad vari en contra de nues-
tra institucin, la cul va a-
penas -en proceso de formacin.
Alude usted, que servimos de
propaganda comercial al seor
don Francisco Ditrani. persona
de una alta solvencia moral, ya
que a nadie le debe la reputa-
cin que tiene como tal; tam-
bin se ha tomado su persona la
libre autoridad de decir que los
estatutos presentados a la Liga
por nuestro Club, solo sirven pa-
ra encubrir una entidad fic-
ticia. Quiero hacer saber a us-
ted seor Fonseca Zlga, que
todo el pblico sensato sabe
que al inscribirse el Club. De-
portivo Ditrani, solo lo hizo con
el deseo de darle vida y realce
al ftbol, que se encontraba
decado y sumido bajo el efecto
de algo poco interesante.
En lo concerniente a nues-
tros Estatutos, le dir que ins-
piran tanto respeto y seriedad
como los que tienen los clubes
Pacifico, Huracn, Hispano, Ib-
rico y Ancn. Fue con ese objeto
que le enviamos copla de los
miemos a la Liga que dicho sea
de paso, los someti al estudio
de una comisin dndole el vis-
to bueno, por que se amoldan
a todos los requisitos y normas
de la Liga; al aclarar estes
son mis deseos manifestarle a
usted, seor Fonseca Zlga,
que tan pronto los estatutos
sean empastados nos tomare-
mos el delicado trabajo de en-
viar coplas de los mismos a to-
do los equipos para que se en-
teren de la reglamentacin in-
terno del Club Deportivo Ditra-
ni. Seor Fonseca Zlga, us-
ted mejor que nadie sabe, que
no se puede fundar una r.ocie-
dad si en parte de los inicia-
dores no existe buena f para la
marcha del mismo; nosotros al
fundarnos lo hicimos con esa
buena f, de luchar hombro con
hombro, para que el pblico nos
juzque si asi lo desean a su de-
bido tiempo; por que toda en-
tidad apoyada por el comercio
fracasa como tal; son mis caros
deseos poner en manifiesto al
seor que se ha convertido en
Juez Gratuito del Club Deporti-
vo Ditrani, que si por alguna
circuntancla dejara el seor Di-
trani de prestar su desinteresa-
da cooperacin como hasta aho-
ra lo ha hecho; seguiremos fun-
cionando con el nombre de Club
Deportivo Ditrani, para ensear-
le a usted lo que significa cuan-
do un grupo de jvenes empe-
an su honor. El hecho de ha-
ber aceptado la Liga provincial
al Ditrani. no es motivo de que-
jas, porque bajo ningn punto
de vista se han violado los re-
glamentos. Pues por el contrario,
este paso dado por estos seo-
res, es digno de toda Imitacin
para demostrar que en deporte
no hay ni debe haber vallas de
favoritismo hacia determinados
equipos. El caso de que el de-
portivo Ibrico no presente equi-
po tan acoplado como al ante-
rior, solo es culpa de ellos por
que con anterioridad se lo ma-
nifestaron ciertos Jugadores
nuestros.
Respecto lo que sugiere usted
que la Liga debe tomar medida
severas con los equipes Ditrani
y Alemn Jr. lo ha pensado de-
masiado tarde, por que en po-
cas anteriores haban equipos
con nombres no solo de perso-
nas, sino de casas comerciales
tales como la Reforma, Torne-
ra Reyes, Navarro Jr. Maderas
Ford, en fin ya esto no es un
recedente porque el dao edt
echo no desde ahora sino des-
de aos atrs.
Creo de esta manera haber
dado contestacin al seor don
MARIO FONSECA ZUSIGA, ac-
tual PRESIDENTE DEL CLUB
DEPORTIVO PACIFICO, sobre
unos cargos que carecen de ve-
racidad y responsabilidad.
Gerardo Ubills Das.
Secretario de Propaganda
del Club Deportivo Ditrani
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Herrera qued de V en el baleo colectivo del VIII Campeonato
HERRERA BATEO PARA M* Y QUEDO DE PRIMERO EN ESTE DEPARTAMENTO
DEL VIH CAMPEONATO DE BASEBALL EN CHITRE
BATEO COLECTIVO POR EQUIPO
(Eapeelal para "El Panam-Amrica")
BV C JB 3B HR CE BR TB SO BB HS DB AVE.
HERRERA .... 300 70 0 7 6 3 52 30 118 39 33 7 68 .294
308 71 89 8 9 1 46 55 116 67 35 5 68 .289
Bocas del Toro 265 44 74 6 4 0 40 35 86 53 50 6 86 .279
Cocl ........ 297 53 72 9 1 2 39 32 89 48 45 10 68 .242
Coln ........ 300 01 o 12 3 3 44 52 99 62 49 9 75 .235
Los Santos ... 270 28 4 3 3 26 16 79 59 28 4 53 .217
Veraguas ..... 269 35 -6 7 3 30 S 80 64 42 7 54 .189
286 35 S 3 2 30 68 85 27 52 .185
Darin ....... 247 36 43 4 2 1 21 27 53 54 20 8 51 .174
San Blas ..... 294 41 42 7 2 0 23 15 53. 50 44 4 57 .143
ABREVIATURAS: VB Veces al Bate: c Carreras Anotadas :'h Hits 2B Dobles;
SB Triples ; HR Cuadranglares; CE Carreras Empujadas; BR Bases Robadas: TB
Bases Robadas: TB Total de Bases Alcanzados con loe hits; BB Boleados; HS Hits de
Sacrificios: DB Dejados en Bases y Ave. Average.
f

Con el juego Mike vs
Tropical contina el
torneo de bolos hoy
Esta noche se reanuda el Tor-
neo Duran de Bolos con el Juego
entre los conjuntos Tropical vs
Mlke, comenzando a las 7 y 30
en el Gimnasio Martina.
El Mike se encuentra empa-
tado en el primer lugar con el
Selecta de manera que tratar
esta noche de quedar solo en el
comando; su rival del Tropical
que marcha en el tercer lugar,
luchar para ascender otra co-
locacin y descontar ventaja
del puntera
El torneo se va acercando al
final y faltan nicamente dos
semanas de juegos, de manera
que los triunfos son ahora de
enorme importancia, en cambio
las derrotas representan un fuer
te golpe a las pretenclones de
loa equipos por conquistar el
premio. '
"Beto Beto" Tejada, "cooperador* del equipo de El Panam-
Amrica, quien siempre ae ha destacado por su participacin en
las prcticas v ausencia dorante lot partidos.
Dice "Bomblto" Merel que lo dejan en el banco porque no le
queda ni como cronista, ni como locutor, ni como Jugador, ni
como "datero hpico".
Jugador es tan malo como Merel y cronista un poquito peor
que el "Oran Cocobolo".
Ha mostrado su gran habilidad y sentido de cooperacin su-
ministrando zapatos para el uso de los Jugadores.
Restrepo capto su imagen en el momento en que escriba una
de sus crnicas este excelente mecangrafo Un rpido que no se
le Ten los dedos.
Asuntos de importancia resuelve hoy la
Liga Provincial de Basketball de Panam
Esta noche al as 7.30 en el
Saln de Recreo de la Cervece-
ra Balboa, se reunir en Sesin
Extraordinaria la Liga Provin-
cial de Basketball. Asuntos de
gran importancia, como la a-
pertura de la temporada fijada
para el sbado 19, calendarlo de
juegos, campeonato Femenino.
Torneo Masculino de 2a, etc. *e-
rain tratados en esta reunin, a
la cual deben asistir los repre-
sentantes Ricardo Santos del
Lord Chesterfield, Flix Luclanl
del Bam, J. Amado del Cymos,
Luis Segura del Madurlto y Mau
rielo Menasche del Mauricio, al
Igual que los directores Germi-
nal Sarasqueta, Presidente: Ar-
turo Illueca, vicepresidente,
Humberto E. Tejada, secretarlo;
Carlos Muoz, Subsecretario,
Rmulo Gorrichtegul, Tesore-
ro y Mximo Ros, Fiscal.
La Liga recuerda a todos aque
los que tengan Inters *n ser
miembros del personal que tra-
bajar en esta temporada ya sea
como arbitro, cronometrista, Ins
pector de Puertas y otros que
deben enviar solicitud por es-
crito a la Liga, requisito Indis-
pensable para atender la peti-
cin.
Tambin se informa a los re-
prseentantes de los equipos de
las categoras mayor y menor,
que deben entregar a la Liga
un retrato de cada uno de los
jugadores de su equipo para en-
tregarles el carnet respectivo.
Partidos que fallan
para terminar el
torneo de boliche
Partidos que faltan para fi-
nalizar el Torneo "Duran" de
Bolos, que se est realizando
bajo la direccin de la Comisin
Nacional de Boliche.
MATO
14Tropical vs Mike
15Entrometidos vs Pinocho
18Selecta vs Balboa
17C. Vieja vs Entrometidos
18Royal ts Tropical
21Martins va Mlke
K8Balboa ts Entrometidos
28Royal ts Mike
24Pinocho vs Selecta
25Royal ts C. Vieja
28Martini ts Tropical
28Selecta ts Entrometidos
38Balboa ts Pinocho
Todos los juegos se desarro-
llan en el Gimnasio Martlnz y
comienzan a las 7 y 30 de la no-
che.
Con el profesional Mudarra los veteranos
se impusieron ayer al Sosa por 9-5 en el
baseball amateur de la Liga de San Felipe
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de San Felipe
G. P. PJe.
ptica Sosa .......... 2 1 '50
Veteranos..........I 1 .750
Fte. Chlrlqui .......1 .500
Sto. Domingo ........ 9 t .908
Con sensacional relevo de pa-
blo (Japn) Mudarra en el 3o.
acto loa Veteranos vencieron
por 9-5 bajo pertinaz llovizna a
los defensores del ptica Sosa
ayer en la tarde en la continua-
cin del Base de San Felipe pa-
ra empatar el puesto de honor
con los perdedores.
Los canosos comenzaron ame-
nazando y en el primer acto lo-
graron ligar 2 imparables para
pisar el home en 2 ocasiones sin
oposicin; no satisfecho con le
anterior, descargaron salvaje
ataque en el 2o. episodio logran-
do expulsar de la caja central
a R, Mern enviando la direc-
cin de la ptica a R. ^Pinzn
para contener a tos viejos, pero
todo fu en vano.
En este mismo acto P. Sagel
abre la entrada de los pticos
con sencillo, imitndolo Trelles y
Altafulla sumado a 3 visas de
cortesa y pecados de L. C. Me-
rn y Croswalte dio precioso ra-
cimo de 5 carreras valindole el
retiro de ste ltimo a favor de
P. Mudarra quien recibi los
3 apartamentos repletos de p-
ticos logrando consumar los 3
outs lanzando en gran forma
y no permitir carreras en el
resto del juego.
En el tercer acto con dobles
de Mudarra su tercer hits y sen-
cillo de Ros anotaron sus 2 l-
timas carreras los viejos de es-
te acto en adelante Pinzn y
Mudarra ae trenzaron en duelo
al no permitir libertades a los
bateadores. Mudarra fu el h-
roe del Juego al batear 4-4, ano-
tando 2 carreras y empujando
la misma cantidad.
El prximo domingo chocarn
Santo Domingo y Chlrlqui.
Ancn Jr. y Santander
mejoraron colocacin
en el ftbol menor
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol de la 2a. (>t.
Prov. de Panam
Ancn Jr............. A o 9 4
Alemn..... .....S o 9 4
Santander .11.. 0.-8.
Ambato ............111
Pacfico Jr........8 9 10
Hispano Jr. ........ 9 0 10
Amrica ............ 0 0 2 8
El Ancn Jr. volvi al puestos
de honor y el Santander qued
a un punto de los delanteros
con sus triunfos de ayer en el
i Campeonato del Ftbol menor
| de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
m.
Los anconlstas menores le ga-
naron al Hispano Jr., que debu-
t en la contienda por 3 tantos
a 1; adems los blanquiverdes
conservaron su Invicto.
En el otro cotejo, el Santander
tambin mantuvo el invicto al
derrotar al Amrica por 3 goles
a 0. donde los americanos vol-
vieron a fallar para seguir en la
retaguardia.
Destacados atletas
de Coln competirn
en el torneo del 30
Destacados atletas colonenses
tomarn parte en el torneo atl-
tlco que se celebrar el dia 30
de los corrientes en el Estadio
de La Boca.
En distancias cortas estn ins
critas Oliver swaby, Eric Fer-
gunson, Rodman KUnez, A. Gre-
nion, Pedro Diaz, Alberto Alk-
man y Eric Waldron.
En carreras de medio fondo
Coln tendr al campen de los
800 metros Eustaclo Ford, W.
Amadee, Fern Fletcher Brlc
Waldron, Malcolm Williams. En
la marathn participarn Eus-
taclo Ford. Malcolm Williams,
Nlcaslo Lorenzo, Juan Alvarado.
Los Dodgers Vencieron a Los
Bravos y Se Colocaron En El
Primer Lugar De La Nacional
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Atltlcos de Flladelfla de-
rrotaron ayer dos veces a los
Yanquis de Nueva York por 5
a 4 y 9 a 6. La primera base
Ferris Fain a quien los Yanquis
trataron de adquirir tuvo un dia
terrible al bate con seis hits en
ocho veces al bate incluyendo
un triple, dos dobles y aument
su porcentaje al bate a .384. Gus
Zernial quien fu adquirido de
los Medias Blancas conect cua
tro hits incluyendo dos Jonrones
Faln empuj cinco carreras y
Zernial cuatro. Alex Kellner, el
mayor perdedor do juegos de la
temporada pasada con 20 derro-
tas, gan su tercer juego de es-
ta temporada sin derrotas al
ganar el Juego inicial para los
Atltlcos. Morris Martin gan el
segundo juego.
En otros partidos de la Liga
Americana Los Carmelitas de-
rrotaron a los Tigres por 13 a
10, pero perdieron el segundo
por 5 a 3, mientras que los In-
dios vencieron a los Medias Blan
cas por 11 a 2 y empataron en
el segundo por 4 a 4. Los Medias
Rojas derrotaron a los Senado-
res por 10 a 1.
En da Liga Nacional los Dod-
gers se movieron al primer lu-
gar al derrotar a los Bravos por
anotacin de 12 a 8 mientras
que los Gigantes empujaron a
los campeones del ano pasado
los Phillies al sptimo lugar al
vencerlos por anotacin de 11
a 4.
Los Rojos derrotaron dos ve-
ces a los Cardenales por 7 a 2
!' 6-3 y los Piratas batieron a
os Cachorros por 2 a 1 en el
primer juego y perdieron el se-
gundo opr 6 a 0.
El Ditrani empat el primer puesto
y el Ancn mejor colocacin con sus
victorias de ayer en el ftbol mayor
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de la. Categora
Provincia de Panam
G. E. P. Pts.
Ancn _____ ........ 2 9 14
....... 9 0 3 0
El Deportivo Ditrani empat
el primer lugar del Campeonato
de ftbol de primera categora
de la Liga Provincial de. Pana-
m y el Ancn subi al segundo
lugar con sus respectivos triun-
fos de ayer en el cuadro del Es-
tadio Olmpico.
Aunque la cancha estaba pe-
sada y la llovizna molestaba y
con una regular concurrencia se
inici el Juego Ancn vs Hura-
cn, donde los anconlstas con
decisin y coraje en todas sus
jugadas lograron una nueva
victoria por dos tantos a cero,
marcando los goles C. Torres y
A. Castorina.
En el otro partido, que llam
poderosamente la atencin de- la
aficin, el Ditrani mantuvo su
Invicto al obtener un difcil
triunfo, donde la suerte desem-
pe buen papel en darles dos
puntos ms, cuando Linares al
enviar un tiro suave al goal,
al guardameta y defensa paci-
fista, conbiaron en que el otro
pararla la pelota, etrando el ba-
ln sin esfuerzo para marcar
el nico tanto de este Juego
en el primer tiempo.
ALFONSO CARRASQUEL ESTA A
LA CABEZA DE LOS BATEADORES
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 14 (UP). El venezolano Alfonso Ca-
rrasquel ae los Medias Blancas, pas a ocupar el primer lugar
al bate de la Liga Americana.
Los cinco primeros bateadores a la terminacin de los juegos
el da Sbado son:
J Vh C H PJE.
Carrasquel (Chic) ......... 20 93 14 33 .355
Busby (Chic) ............. 20 7 16 27 .346
Fain (Fila) ................ 22 79 '7 27 .342
Coleman (S. Luis) ........ 21 73 8 34 .329
Berra (N. York) .......... 21 82 16 27 .329
Con Gran Inters
Contina El Soft
De Los Bomberos
En los juegos efectuados el
Sbado y Domingo por la Liga
Interna de Softball del Cuartfl
Central de Bomberos silero
airosos los equipos de la Banda
de Cornetas, Compaa No. 1 ]
Compaa No. 3 sobre la No.
No. 2 y Comandancia respecti- ,
vamente.
ANOTACIONES CONDENSABA
DE LOS JUEGOS
Compaa No. 6 13 SawSJ
Band. Cornetas 17 16 7^
Lanzador ganador: Santamara,
Perdedor Earley.
C. 0. I.
Compaa No. 2 r> ;-.
Compaa No. 3 25 20
Lanzador ganador Barnt.i, yei-
dedor De Len.
C H. C
Comandancia 4 6 4
Compaa No. 3 15 3
Lansador ganador, Martex, per
dedor Zarak.
Prximos Juego:Guardia par
manente ts Com. de Electricidad
el sbado 19.
Dot juegos del basket
mayor te ofrecern .
lot lunes y mieolet r 1
Por ACBETE V
Dobles Juegos loa lunes y
mircoles, contempla ofrecer la
Liga Provincial de Basketball
en la campaa que se inaugu-
ra el 19 del mes en curso en el
Gimnasio' Nacional..
Para dar ms oportunidad a
nuestros canasteros, que la Jus-
ta sea un xito y.lea novatos
tengan mayor intervencin son
los motivos que tienen la Liga
de Baskektball Provincial para
ofrecer dobles juegos de la la.
categora los lunes y- mircoles,
SI llega a cristalizarse el tor-
neo femenino, solo jugarn las)
damas los sbados. La justa rae
nos masculina celebrar tree
partidos los martes y viernes, f
si no resulta la femenina, Juga-
rn tambin los sbados. En la
reunin de maana lunes la Li-
ga tratar sobre este asunto.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEP. HISPANO
Pide a todos mu Jugadoras de
Ftbol de la. y 2a. categoras la
asistencia a la prctica de esta
tarde en el Estadio Olmpico
adems que se informar sobra
ciertas decisiones del Club.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se haco tmpresetadlMe ka'
Construccin a> an Barrilo
Sanitario en el Campo do
Jnegos de SANTA RITA.
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automovilista
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