The Panama American

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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
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
'Smnmdltie, HMOk*
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Army Takes Over Bolivia
As Oppositionist Tops Poll
(NEA Telephoto)
nm-F hat'S CHANGED Gen. Douglas MacArthur, whose heavily gold-braided military cap
ONLY HATSt^BAIlK*Tof hi, ^.rsonallty wears civilian cothes for the first time In twelve
had become the< svmbol oU\f^$^^ military cap Is replaced by a pay
hombu" buat"he sha*^ eyes) 2nd 'strong facial lines remain as commanding as ever.
/ m Not
Resigning
Acheson
WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP)
Secretary of State Dean A-
heson said at his press confer-
ence today that he has no
intention of resigning.
Asked whether he has any
intention of quitting In view In
tne face of demands for his
e&gnatlon Acheson said:
"No, gentlemen, I have no
iiii.en.tlon of resigning. My po-
sition has always been thai I
enlisted for the duration, and
I plan to stay as long e as
che President wishes me to
otay."
President Truman hasrepeat-
eoly said he has no intention cf
asking Acheson to resign.
Many Republicans however
continue to demand Acheson's
resignation and are consldeiing
possible ways to force It.
Moonlit Friday
Seen As Threat
To UN Forces
(NEA Telephoto)
MONKEY GRENADIER Reports have been getting round
that The Chinese Communists are teaching monkeys to throw
hand grenades. Having seen many of the Reds actlnK like
monkeys. MaJ. Lem Belote, of San Antonio Tex., s teach ng
his monkey "Jacko" to act like a Red. "Jacko" is learntag
the technique, but hasn't yet been tried In battle (Exclus ve
NEA-Acme photo by staff photographer Bert Ashworth)
Florida Senate Will Wield
Big Stick Over Racketeers
College
By BARBARA FRYE
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., May 15
(UP). Florida's Senate voted
today to wield a big stick of laws
over the State's racketeers and
corrupt politicians.
Senators passed without a
single objection nine proposed
laws remaining in the anti-crime
and corruption program. A 10th
measure allied with the program
won with only nine dissenting
votes.
The bills would:
1.) Provide mandatory Jail
sentences for convicted book-
makers 90 days to one year
for the first offense; one to five
years for the second.
2.) Open State Racing Cora-
mission records to public Inspec-
tion.
3.) Prohibit any convicted
bookie or person who associates
with bookmakers a racing per-
mit, office or Job at a race track
4.) Require the State Hotel
Commission to revoke the license
Quake Rocks Milan,
Jolts Rome, Turin,
South Switzerland
MILAN, May 6. tUP). Two
sharp earthquakes rocked
northern and central Italy early
today, sending the frightened
population Into the Streets and
causing minor damage to sev-
eral cities.
The quakes, centered east of
Milan, were felt in Turin, Tries-
te, southern Switzerland and
Rome.
Lake Garda was swept by
sudden waves.
The shocks caused some panic
In major cities because the Po
Valley has never been regarded
as a quake area.
-______________________, *
Defense Week Events
Today
7:M p.m. Reserve Officer As-
sociation and National So jour-
ners Dinner Albrook Officers
Club. Lt. General Wm. H. H.
Morris, Jr, principal speaker.
of any hotel, apartment house, or
restaurant knowingly permitting
gambling on the premises.
6.) Outlaw printing of racing
tip sheets and wall charts.
6.) Suspend the license of any
hotels or whisky establishments
which have lost their telephone
or telegraph facilities for Illegal
gambling activities.
7.) Require a 30-mlnute Inter-
val between the end of a horse
race and the transmission of the
results, except the last race
which could be transmitted after
a 15-minute Interval. Also pro-
hibit transmission of any infor-
mation concerning last-minute
scratches, changing odds, chang-
es in Jockeys or other racing data
for one hour before the first race.
8.) Require telephone and tele-
graph companies to report In
writing any knowledge they
might have concerning the il-
legal use of communications
facilities.
9.) Include telephones under
the 1949 antl bookie wife law
which prohibits use of wire com-
munications for Illegal bookmak-
ing purposes.
10.) Propose a constitutional
amendment to permit the legis-
lature to pass a law that any city,
state or county employe or of-
ficial refusing to testify about
his duties on the ground that It
might Incriminate him or may
be required to forfeit his office or
job.
This bill was sent to the house
by a vote of 28 to 9.
Selective Service
Test Set
For June In CJ.
The Selective Service College
Qualification Test will be given
on June 16 and June 30 at Cris-
tobal and Balboa High Schools,
Jt was announced today by Dr.
Lawrence Johnson, Superinten-
dent of Schools.
Those who wish to take the
examination may obtain an in-
formation bulletin and applica-
tion forms from either Roger C.
Hackett, Dean of the Canal Zone
Junior College, telephone 2-2380,
or from C.A. Dubbs. Acting Di-
rector of Vocational Education,
telephone 2-1897.
Those who plan to take the
test are asked to contact Hack-
ett or Dubbs as soon as possible.
To be eligible to take the test,
applicants must be registered
under the Selective Service Act
and Intend to request occupa-
tional deferment as a student;
must be under 26 years of age
at the time of taking the teit;
must be satisfactorily pursuing
a full-time college course leading
to a degree (the applicant need
not be In a four-year college, but
his entire course of study must
be satisfactory for transfer of
credits to a degree-granting ins-
titution: and must not have
taken the test previously.
Because of a delay In receiving
the application forms and in-
formation bulletins, the testing
date of May 26, announced some
time ago, has been eliminated,
and the tests will be given only
on June 16 and June 30.
TOKYO, May 16 (UP) Chin-
ese and North Korean Commun-
ists threw probing attacks at the
United Nations lines all across
Korea today.
One Allied commander said the
Reds' all-out offensive might
start by the light or the full
moon Friday.
The Reds' big attack last month
was at full moon.
Chinese Reds today recaptur-
ed Inje, the highway hub five
miles north of the 38th parallel,
today after one of the heaviest
Communist artillery barrages of
the war.
The Red attacks elsewhere
along the Une were made by
groups ranging from 100 men up
to two batalllons, using hand gre-
nades, automatic weapons and
light artillery. Only the South
Koreans fell back slightly.
Allied officers said the stabs
were to find weak spots In the
Allied lines.
Mal. Gen. William Hoge, com-
mander of the 9th Corps, said:
"We expect an attack. We are
prepared for the worst the enemy
has. We believe he will hit with
no less strength than last month.
"Our only hope of winning this
war is to so discourage the enemy
that he is .willing to, quit.. We
must force him to use up/ his
supply of men. -
"I am confident we will dis-
courage him plenty when he
comes at us this time."
Meanwhile on the central front
the Chinese appeared every-
where to be moving up to within
striking distance of the United
Nations lines.
Air observers spotted Reds in
areas that had been deserted a
few days ago.
Iraq Will Help Syria
Repel Israeli Air Raids
BAGHDAD, May 16 (UP)Pre-
mier Nouri el Said told Parlia-
ment here today that Iraq Is ex-
tending Syria help in the form of
fighter planes and anti-aircraft
weanons to help Syrians repel
Israeli air raids on Syrian ter-
ritory.
Here We Go Again: It's
'Differential Losing Time'
The annual season of uncertainty as to whether
classified American employes of the armed service! will
continue to receive the 25 percent foreign pay differen-
tial got under way this week.
ft brought with It the usual crop of rumors about
married women and dependent daughters, and coct-of-
llving substitutes.
What the eventual outcome will be, nobody can tore-
sec with certainty. But since the differential was ex-
tended to armed service employes here some 10 years ago
it has been renewed annually by Presidential order. De-
lay in appropriations has sometimes resulted in delay in
receipt of the extra 25 percent by employe!.
A spokesman for the 15th Naval District said today
that unless an authorization from competent authority
is received, they will cease paying the differential to clas-
sified civilian employes as of July 1. Some 309 would be
affected. .______________
RP Assembly Group Pushes
Plans For Arnulfo s Trial
LA PAZ, May 16 (UP) President Mamerto Urrro-
lagoitia resigned here today and a military junta took
control of the Bolivian Government, proclaiming a.state
of siege. u ,
Indications are that the coup d etat was prompted Uy
developments in the recent presidential election.
Urriolagoitia, apparently despairing of pacifying the
country after the heated election campaign, said: I hare
tried to pacify the country in vain. I see no other way to
assure the nation's peace than to surrender power to the
army."
The three-man commission of
the National Assembly appoint-
ed yesterday to conduct the in-
vestigation Into the charges of
abuse of constitutional powers
against former President Dr.
Arnulfo Arias today was push-
ing preparations for the May 25
trial of the ex-leader.
The Investigating commission
Deputies Heracllo Barletta,
Lorenzo Barrara, and Marcos
Roblesthis morning went to
police headquarters to Interro-
gate Dr.. Arias and-Follce CWel
Col. Jos A. Remn concerning
the revocation of the 1946 con-
stitution which led to a week of
violence and finally the bloody
overthrow of Dr. Arias.
The Assembly, In special ses-
sion yesterday, set May 25 as
the date for the trial which is
expected to lead to Arnulfo's
being denied the right to ever
again hold public office.
Meanwhile today the assem-
bly group said they would also
question all members of the
former cabinet and it waa re-
vealed simultaneously that Dr.
Carlos N. Brin, foreign minister
under Arnulfo, had been arrest-
ed and was at police headquar-
ters.
The police did not state on
what charges Brin was being
held although he had previous-
ly been set free by the author-
ities after the preliminary In-
vestigation into the activities
which ended In the military
storming of the Presidencia.
Also on the commission's list
to be questioned was Ricardo
Arias, former Minister of Agri-
culture and Commerce who re-
fused to sign the decree re-es-
tablishing tne 1941 Constitution.
Deputy Guillermo Jurado Se-
lles, who is a member of the
Canal Zone Bar, was named by
the Assembly yesterday to be
prosecute at the Arias trial.
It was reported that the trial
will be broadcast over the local
radio stations.
The number of dead from last
week's upheaval today stood at
17, the latest to die being Dio-
nisio Guevara, a youth shot
during a clash of Amulflsta and
opposition forces at the out-
break of the violence. A total of
189 are wounded or Injured.
Balboa Tides
Thursday. May 17.1951
High Low
12:06 a.m. 6:15 a.m.
12:30 p.m. 6:53 p.m.
Tin circles in New York de-
clared themselves unsurprised by
the coup d'etat. Rumor of such a
change had circulated in the
trade ever since It became evi-
dent that Victor Paz Estenssoro
had won out in the Presidential
elections May 6 over the Govern-
ment candidate.
In Buenos Aires Estenssoro,
who has been In exile there for
five years and who was prevented
by the Urriolagoitia Government
from returning home to cam-
paign for the presidency, declin-
ed to comment on the latest
change till he had more details.
The junta under the Presiden-
cy of General Hugo Balllvan as-
sumed the Government after
Urriolagoitia presented his re-
signation at 1:30 am. today to
General Ovidio Quiroga. com-
mander in chief of the armed
forces.
This was not long after it was
announced that Faz Estenssoro
was running almost 14,000 votes
ahead of Government candidate
Gabriel Gosalvea in' the Presi-
dential vote count.
The Junta's first manifesto to
the nation said.
1) Urriolagoitia resinned volun-
tarily and surrendered his power
to the army, which has assumed
the responsibility of Govern-
ment;
2) The move was not an army
revolt aimed at elevating a cau-
dillo or sustaining a party In
power;
3) If the army has emerged
from its barracks it is not to sub-
jugate the nation. Such a move
is born of a desire to maintain
peace and to establish harmony
in the Bolivian family;
4) The advance of Communism
against order and human respect,
and the anarchistic influence of
certain groups which presage
suffering and blood for the na-
tion Is well known:
5) The army will not allow
Communism to thrive In Boli-
via. It will Iteep democracy a-
11 ve;
8) The Bogot Charter, tha
Rio de Janeiro Treaty and the
Washington. Declaration will be
respected;
7) The prices of foodstuff
will be lowered and the nation-
al Institutions will remain un-
changed; .
8) Labor activity will be gua-
ranteed; ,., .
9) "Our stay In power will be
brief. We wlu surrender power
as soon as possible."
Under the present state of
siege the army can decree par-
tial mobilization of army claeae
and citizens.
The military police will keep
public order. Political manifest-
ations are prohibited without
prior permission.
On resigning, Urriolagoitia
said he would leave this morn- >
lng for Washington via Arica,;
Chile.
Motorist Escapes f
Crash Unscathed/
But Only Briefly
BARI, May If, (UP) An au- I
tomobUe driven by Mlchele Tu-
fariello crashed into a cart car- !
rying seven pilgrims home
from a pilgrimage here last
night. ^ I
Six pilgrim* were injured but i
the icventh. Domenico Petrus- ,
ziello, waa thrown into the air,
made a complete somersault,
and landed on his feet.
When he saw the driver
emerge unscratched from the
wrecked car PetruszieUo picked
up an iron bar and cracked Tu-
farieUo in the head, causing-
severe skull Injuries.
C. Z. Is Chosen As Site For Testing
Army-Civilian Anti-Aircraft Defense
Cuba Intervention
In Haya Case Gets
Hague Court OK
THE HAGUE, May 16 (UP)
The International Court of
Justice here today accepted Cu-
pa as an "intervening party" in
he Colombian-Peruvian dispute
over Victor Raul Haya de la
Torre, Peruvian Aprlsta leader.
The Peruvian representative
had objected- to the admission
of Cuba as an Intervening par-
ty-
In today's session Colombian
agent Jose Gabriel de la Vega
continued .his explanation of
his country's case.
LSD San Marcos
At Rodman Today
Transists Tomorrow
The USS San Marcos, a land-
ing ship, dock, arrived yester-
day in Balboa from San Diego.
She is berthed at Pier 1. South.
Rodman. The San Marcos will
transit tomorrow and on arrival
on the Atlantic Side will report
to the commander-ln-chlef of
the Atalntic fleet and the Am-
phibious forces for duty and
onward routing. She will clear
Cristobal Friday.
Under the command of Com-
mander, G. M. Price, USN-, the
San Marcos carries a crew of
about 370. In Balboa her offi-
cers and men were given shore
liberty.
Newsreels Of RP
Violence Set For
Central Theater
Newsreels of last week's vio-
lent political disturbances in
Panama will be shown at the
Central Theater In Panama City
starting tomorrow.
The film covers the events of
last Wednesday and closes with
he swearing In of the new Pre-
The eyes of the United States
in general and antlalrcraftmen
In particular will be on the Ca-
nal Zone for the next few
months. ,
In the Canal Zone a test Is al-
ready under way for the utiliza-
tion of civilian volunteers for the
antiaircraft defense of the Pa-
nam Canal. Results of the local
test will determine If and how
civilians will be used in similar
capacities In the United States
and its possessions.
Selection of the Canal Zone as
the location of the Army-clvlllan
test was announced last night si-
multaneously on the Isthmus
and in the United States.
This morning, at headquarters
of the United States Army Carlb-
date of the enrollment la not yet
known.
Since the Canal Zone test will
be used as a pilot for the United
States the volunteers will be
restricted to U. S. citizens. Plans,
the officers said and last nights
release stated, call for the vol-
unteers to work side by side with
servicemen In all capacities
from operations rooms to gun
positions.
The Canal Zone, the officers
said, was selected as location for
the test for several reasons: it is
one place where there l! both
civilian and military leadership,
an antiaircraft system is already
set up, It Is typical of locations
where Industries and activities
will continue In times of emer-
nv i^ariu- win ^vi*>**~ ~ ------
bean members of a five-man gency and its residents are con-
kaVfrom the Army's General sidered pre^Utiv.of the US
Staff outlined to newsmen the
plans and its purposes. Spokes-
man for the group was Lt. Col.
Henry P. Van Ormer, who saw
over two years of duty here be-
tween 1946 and mid-1948.
Prom the test, newsmen were
told, four main points will be de-
pubic in'morale, loyalty and
spirit of cooperation.
Women are well as men will
be used In the test. Officers cited
the part played here during
World War II by women working
in plotting rooms at Quarry
Heights In the antiaircraft pro-
toia, iour main points win oe ""s"-"^,:" ;; ,-.1, h of-
termlned: howlong it will take gram The Army fe.^^ of
/Isident Alclblades Arosemena.
to obtain civilian volunteers,
how many will sign up for anti-
aircraft defense, what type the
volunteers will be and how they
can be used. In the sense that
one of the points is the length of
time lt will take to get the vo-
lunteers, toe officers said, the
test Is already underway as plans
for the enrolling are now being
drawn up locally.
A conference on the plan was
held yesterday after arrival of
the Army team from U. S. The
local Army and the Panama Ca-
nal organization will designate
representatives to a board to
work out details. The starting
leers said, that there are many
parts that women can take In the
new program.
, The question of age of the vo-
lunteers la only one many
problems to worked out here,
members of the team said. This
came up during the morning
conference when the officers
were asked as to what part could
be filled by members of the High
School Junior ROTC battalion.
Also to be determined arc such
questions as uniforms, rank or
simulated rank, injury compen-
sation, dismissal of civ"in per-
(Contlnued en Page CcL 7)
ANTIAIRCRAFT DEFENSE by civilian volunt*.on^*^}^^nm^&l^SlA
local officers bv members 0Ian Armv General SUM.team *nia a an Lt. Col. WalterJ.
ZT ^cT&^l V%Snnen.^^
mandin"offlcers of the Canal Zone's 65th An talreraft ^up. Lt Col^enrv t^ u CoL
and Lt Col Georae W. Pervler of the Army team and^Lt Oov^ Heroert^ ^ ^ yw>
r,^^^nV^!^t^.{o^uirS sasa K *-.
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WEDNESDAY, MAT 16, 1981
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(Handling Rrfrlerr.tfd Chilled and General Cargo)
Arrives
Cristbal
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Cristbal to New Orleans via
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S.S. Chiriquf .............,.....................June 12
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Shipping & AirLine News
Due in Cristobal
Humberto Mendoza, who will
become secretary of the Chilean
Embassy here, Is arriving this
evening In Cristobal aboard the
Grace Line's Santa Luisa Irom
New York. He la accompanied by
his wife and their four children
and Is coming from Chicago
where he was formerly Chilean
consul general.
Transient passengers aboard
the Grace Liner include Paul C.
Daniels. U.S. Ambassador to
Ecuador. Mrs. Daniels and their
two daughters.
Santa Luisa is docking. In Cris-
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Panama Agencies handle the
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From New Zealand
Two vessels from New Zealand,
either of which is expected to
have mail aboard for the Isthmus,
are due in Balboa this coming
week.
They are the Port Line's Port
Auckland, due Monday and the
big passenger liner Rangltlkl. due
Tuesday. Both are out of Auck-
land, New Zealand, en route to
England. The Rangltlkl Is full
and will discharge one passenger
here. She will berth in Balboa.
Aboard the Port Auckland Is a
Jamaican stowaway. Ivan Dunk-
ley. He will probably be landed
here for return to Jamaica.
Dunkley stowed awav aboard
the Port Auckland's sister ship.
Port Phillip, in Kingston several
weeks ago. He Is reported to have
gone to sleep In the refrigeration
room and managed to exist on re-
frigerated products until he was
located. He used rum as an alco-
hol rub to keep warm, according
to reports from New Zealand
where he was transferred to the
Port Auckland.
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Everybody Reads Classifieds
Sailing Friday
The nearness of school closing
In the Canal Zone is indicated by
the advance passenger list of the
Panama liner Cristobal which
sails Friday morning for New
York with more than a third of
its 169 passengers of school age
or under.
All northbound sailings of the
Panama Line ships are complete-
ly booked for the next few weeks
with the preponderance being
teachers and families with chil-
dren of school age.
Among the well known Canal
officials listed to sail Friday are
Captain J. J. Schelbeler. Indus-
trial Bureau Director; Rodney B.
Ely. Chief of the Surveys Branch
T. F. Hotz. Balboa High School
Principal; and G. C. Lockridge,
Director of the Physical Educa-
tion and Recreation Branch, all
of whom will be accompanied by
their families.
The complete advance passen-
ger list of the Cristobal follows:
Mrs. Maude Aldrich; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry H. Allen. Jr.; Mr. and j
Mr. Emmett W- Argo and two I
chldren; Mrs. Catherine Bain;
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barca;
Augustln Barichovlch; Mr. and
Mrs. Julius O. Barnes; Mrs. Lulu
Berry; Mrs. Alda W. Bowen; Sfc
Ada T. Brackbill; and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter G. Brown and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil G. Camby
and two children; Jamie J. Car-
ruth; Dr. and Mrs. Harold Chad-
derton; Mrs. Helen J. Glancy and
two children; Mrs. Agnes M.
Coleman and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Cooper and son;
Mrs. Vivian G. Corn and two chil-
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Homer V.
Crooks and two children; Mr,
and Mrs. Ralph Curies and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Earl O.
Dailey and two children; Mrs.
Gladys E. Detamore and daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B. Ely
and four children; and Mrs. Lu-
cy Enale and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert R. Felton
and son; Miss Marv F. Flnnegan
Frank J. Gerchow: Mr. and Mrs
Steve O. Oergenl and son; Miss
nica Giddy; Mr and Mrs. James
F. Guv and sop; Mr. and Mrs
Carl fi. Hall and son; Jack B.
Hamond; Francis F. Hargy; Geo.
Y. Harvey; Mr*. Margaret I.
Harvey; Mrs. Ann M. Hentschel
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Jack S.
Hostettler; Mr. and "Mrs. Theo-
phll F. Hotz and two children;
and Mrs. Hilda Huddleston and
son.
Mrs. Agnes P. Johnson: Miss
Helen Kozlik; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
E. Lackey; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
L. LeClalre and three children;
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lewis;
Mr. and Mrs. Glessie C. Lock-
ridge and daughter; Mrs. Leonora
Luftman and two children; Mrs.
Mary E. MacSparran and son;
Miss Virginia Manchester; Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd R. McDermltt
and son; Mrs. Irene H. Mcll-
valne; Miss Cecelia E. McLaugh-
lin; Thomas W. Mulvlhill and two
children; Dr. and Mrs. Murlln
Nester and two children; and
Miss Nina W. Norman.
David Perlateln; Mr. and Mrs.'
Wllhelm Peters; Mr. and Mrs.
WilliamF. Rlter; Capt. and Mrs.
J. J. Schelbler; Mrs. Bertha J.
Schjeveland; Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald F. Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
L. Seldon; Mrs. Mildred Shaf-
fer; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Sharp
and two children; Mr. Albert A.
8hore and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Slmhon; Mrs.
Dorothy, B. Simpson and two
children; Mrs. Mary E. Sprlegel;
Max Stempel; Mrs. Marie D. Ste-
phenson and daughter; and Mrs.
Margaret U. Sylvestre.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Tho-
mas and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter V. Underwood and son;
Miss Marie Weber; John H. Whid-
den; Mrs. John H. Widden; Mr.
and Mrs. William S. Wlgg and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
R. Will and five children; and
Howard L. Wright.
Pakistan Charges
10 Officers In Plot
To Overthrow Govf.
KARACHI. May 16. IUP> Ten
officers allegedly Involved in a
conspiracy against the Pakistan
Government last, March have
been arrested.
When the alleged conspiracy
was first exposed the Govern-
ment charged the group with
plotting to overthrow the regime
and establish a military dic-
tatorship patterned on the Com-
munist model.
The latest arrests Include a
brigadier, an air commodore,
three lieutenant colonels, three
malors and two captains.
They will stand trial alongside
former Army Chief of Staff Mai.
Gen, Akbar Khan, who was ar-
rested when the conspiracy was
first revealed.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Marriage Licenses
BOOTON Charles Edward. 30,
of Albrook field, formerly of
Falrvlew. Okla., to ISAZA. Nimia
Eneida. 25. of San Francisco de
la Caleta.
STRICKLAND. James Richard.
18. of Fort Clayton, formerly of
Clemens. Mich., to GONZALEZ.
Julia Caballero. 18. of Panama
City.
Births
MANUEL. Mr. and Mrs. Evaris-
to, of Gatun. son. May 12. Colon
Hospital.
ROBINSON. Mr. and Mrs. Buel.
of New Cristobal, son. May 13. Co-
lon Hospital.
JOHNSON. Mr. and Mrs. W.S.,
of La Boca, son. May 14. Gorgas
Hospital.
LEWIS. Mr. and Mrs. Victor, of
Panama, son. May 14, Gorgas Hos-
pital
FONTAINE. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles, of Curundu daughter,
May 14, Oorgas Hospital.


IffFDNESDAY, MAT 1. 1951
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSFAPER
PAGE
US War With Red China Would Delight
The Kremlin, Bradley Tells Senators
By John L. Steele
WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP) Gen. Omar N. Brad-
ley said yesterday Gen. Douglas MacArthur's strategy tor
expanding the war against Communist China would involve
the United States "in the wrong war, at the wrong place,
at the wrong time and with the wrong enemy.
Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said
bluntly that Russia is the real enemy and that carrying the
war to Red China "would probably delight the Kremlin
more than anything else we could do.' It also would in-
crease the risk of world war, he said, and might drive away
our Allies. -
The five-star general admitted to Senators investigat-
ing MacArthur's dismissal as Far Eastern Commander that
he is "not too sure" present policies will being victory in
""All I can say," he said soberly, "is that the Joint
Chiefs do not feel that you-would come much nearer in
getting these decisive results by extending the war into
China and in taking additional risks.
But he
said that the "global
mwtiw" of the United States
American civilians and soldiers
Therefore, he saw no reason to let
impatience" with the cow""
the Korean war alter basic ri
E^read'iePy0l,aUo disclosed that
MKrtSur notified WMJtagton
last Jan 10 in "rather a gloomy
metSe that he might .have to
evacuate rds troops from Korea.
He said MacArthur was di-
rected" to fight as long as pos-
sible without destroying his ar
m Chiefs "from a military point
of view alone" unanimous y
agreed that MacArthur had to
be recaUed and he said Mi
taut not so" that they were
overrnied on military policy by
Defense Secretary George i
Marshall or anybody else.
MacArthur had said the Joint
Chiefs supported most of his
Korean war policies and that he
assumed they were overruled by
Marshall or President Truman
Bradley took up before the
Benate Armed Services-Foreign
Relations Committee where Mar-
shall left off after seven days of
testimony. In somewhat blunter
language than Marshall, the
G I General" laid down the
Joint Chiefs' case against Mac-
Arthur's Korean war battle plan.
Under present circumstances,
he said, "we have recommended
against enlarging the war.
The course of action often
described as a limited war with
Bed China would increase the
risk we are taking by engaging
too much of .our power In an an*
that is not the critical strategic
pr"Red China is not the power-
ful nation seeking to dominate
the world. Frankly, In the opin-
ion of the Joint Chiefs of staff,
this strategy would involve us in
the wrong war, at the wrong
place, at the wrong time, and
with the wrong enemy."
Near the close of the hear-
ing, Bradley refused to answer
questions about an April 6
White House conference on
MacArthur's dismissal on
grounds he attended the meet-
ing as a "confidential adviser"
to the President.
Committee Chairman Richard
B. Russell, D., Oa.. upheld Brad-
ley over Republican protests and
the committee recessed with
members feuding over the Issue.
Russell apparently expected a
stormy session today over the
respective rights of the Legisla-
tive and Executive branches in
testimony Involving an Admin-
istration witness.
Bradley took up polnt-by-polnt
MacArthur's proposals for en-
larging the war by bombing Chi-
nese Communist bases In Man-
churia, setting up a naval block-
ade off the China mainland and
using Chinese Nationalist troops
recommendations that cost
MacArthur his post.
Tall And Sister
Guest Speakers
At (anal Dinner
Senator Robert Taft of Ohio
and his sister, Mrs. Helen Taft
Manning of Bryn Mawr college
will be guest speakers Saturday
evening at the annual dinner of
the Panam Canal Society In
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He said the Idea behind stra-
tegic bombing Is to hit the en-'
emy's sources of production and
that Communist China's produc-
tion centers actually are In Rus-
sia. He thought a naval blockade
an act of war"would not be
effective unless It was a United
Nations blockade, and said the
Joint Chiefs have never had a
very high opinion of the offen-
sive qualities of the Chinese Na-
tionalists.
Bradley also said:
1) Despite MacArthur's con-
trary opinions, Russia has all
the materials sht needs in the
Far East to supply her avail-
able divisions and to wage far
"for a considerable length of
time."
2) MacArthur had a right to
offer his policy recommendatlns
but should have proposed them
"to those in authority Instead of
carrying It to the public." Brad-
ley said he would quit as Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs If his
recommendations were repeated-
ly over-ridden.
3) The United States Is "not
In the best military position to
seek a showdown" with the Chi-
nese Communists that might
start a world war with Russia,
killing "millions" of American
civilians as well as men on the
battlefield.
4) He thinks "it would have
been better" If another method
had been used to relieve Mac-
Arthur, but circumstances inter-
vened to make this Impossible. He
presumably referred to Mr. Tru-
man's decision to advance the
action about 20 hours when word
of the dismissal reportedly
"leaked."
5t The Joint Chiefs have had
no Korean war orders cancelled
by the State Department.
61 The Chiefs' decision not to
follow MacArthur's proposals
was based on their knowledge of
Russian strength in the Far East,
the fact that Russia has been
supporting the Chinese and
North Korean Communists, the
Russo Chinese Mutual Aid
Treaty and 'the question of
whether or not they can afford
to lose in Korea."
Sen. Alexander Wiley, R., Wls.,
asked whether the present limit-
ed war policies In Korea would
bring 'decisive results."
Like Marshall. Bradley said he
is "not too sure" they will. But
he added that he also Is "not too
sure we would ge' them by ex-
pandis: the war into Manchuria
and China" and by "taking add-
itional risks."
Wiley then asked If the Chiefs
had any "real program" for win-
ning the war.
In a reply heavily censored by
the official military censor.
Bradley said that "if we can
punish the Chinese severely
enough In Korea," they eventual-
ly will be in a position "where
some kind of an arrangement
may be reached and a settlement
made."
Washington, DC. The dinner will
be held at the Kennedy-Warren
hotel.
According to clippings from
Washington newspapers, the din-
ner will honor the memory of
President William Howard Taft
who, as Secretary of War and
later president, was a major
force behind the construction of
the Panam Canal.
The principal address In his
honor will be given by John S.
Stevens, Jr., of Brooklyn, son of
the onetime chairman and chief
engineer of the Isthmian Canal
Commission. Toastmaster for the
dinner will be Maurice H. That-
cher, former representative and
one-time governor of the Pana-
m Canal.
The president of the Panam
Canal Society Is Edward H. Da-
vidson. President of the ladies
auxiliary Is Edith M. Wilson.
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CZ Officials Ask
Balboa Children are creating a
dangerous hazard to themselves
and endangering the lives o
workmen by playing In and
around the trenches being dug
In connection with work on the
municipal sewage disposal sys-
tem.
Canal officials have asked
adultsboth parents and strang-
ers to assist the Municipal Di-
vision forets In forestalling ac-
cidents.
The warning and request for
assistance was Issued as a result
of an incident over the weekend
In Which a group of children en-
dangered their own lives, slowed
up the work and exposed the
workmen to unnecessary hazards.
Entering a trench 12 feet deep
off Balboa Road opposite the
Balboa Union Church, the child-
ren excavated behind the exist-
ing shoring which was safe for
normal working operations, until
largo sections of hard earth and
store were loosened, splintering i
and weakening the shoring to the
exteat that it could have col-
lapsed over them.
As a result of the children's
action, the Munclpal Division
forces have had to slow up their
work, expose some workmen to
the dangers from the weakened
shoring and go to considerable
expense to make the trench safe
again.
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Similar trenches will be open-
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residential area In the next six
months and they will, of course,
be an attraction to children.
Municipal Division forces will
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during working hours but the or the police at the Balboa Bta-
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PAX.F. FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LT NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MAT M, 1951
Blackwell Hurls Reds To One-Hit 1-0 Triumph
Sam Urzetta Conceded Good
(lbanee In British Amateur
By I'NITBD PRESS
The youngster voted most likely
to succeed In this year's British
Amateur Golf Championship
Sam Urzetta ol Rochester, New
York is heuduiu lor Scotland
to sharpen his game. Urzetta has
left Birkdale. England, scene of
the Walker Cup matches, for a
busman's holiday visit to famed
St. Andrews Golf Course. Sam
will practice there for three days
in preparation for the British
Amateur which gets underway
next Monday at Porthcawl,
Wales.
"He has a great chance to win
the British Amateur." says team-
mate Charlie Coe. of Oklahoma
City. '"Sam is one of the greatest
players I have ever met."
The American who holds the
British Amateur title muscu-
lar Frank Stranahan of Toledo,
Ohio agrees with Coe.
Stranahan says. "I should
know." Frank referred to his loss
to Urzetta on the 39th hole of
the National Amateur last Aug.
"The trouble with Urzetta."
says Walker Cup Captain Willie
Turnesa "is his modesty."
The Elmsford, New York, vet-
eran adds, "I know he is under-
rated both here and in the Unl-
ed States. But for my money,"
says Turnesa, "he is one of the
world's best amateurs... and
he'll be the best In a few years."
That's strong praise, but Tur-
nesa should know. He caught a
! first-hand look at Sam's play
when they were teamed In a
Walker Cup foursome. Turnesa
[ and Urzetta won that match 5-4.
In a single match, Urzetta
scored a 4-and-3 win over Sam
McCreadyformer British Ama-
[ teur champ. Urzetta played so
' well he was given a rousing ova-
! tlon by the English gallery.
Urzetta admits he's looking
; forward to the British Amateur.
But, with typical modesty, he
j says. "I want to make a decent
showing."
Before leaving Birkdale, Sam
paid tribute to his British hosts,
i saving. "The people are wonder-
| fu). I nope I have the privilege of
1 playing over here again. This
i week has provided me with the
i experience of my life."
Some experts think Uraetta
; has an even bigger thrill com-
|lng... victory in the British
Amateur.
Colon Garcia To Workout
At Colon Arena Tomorrow
Francisco Coln Garcia will
journey to the Gold Coast city of
Coln "where he will workout for
the benefit of Atlantic Side fight
fans at 3 p.m. tomorrow while
continuing his training program
for Sunday night's ten-round
bout with Federico Plummer.
MAY 12 19
Courtesy of
SEYMOUR AGENCY
General Agents
of
Maryland Casualty Co.
Coln Garcia will spar two or
three rounds with Lightweight
Champion of the Isthmus Wllfre-
do Brown. The Puerto Rlcan has
been concentrating on a body at-
tack, since It Ls believed that
Plummer can be more easily hit
there than only other vulnerable
spot.
Great interest ls being shown
in this long-awaited match. Fol-
lowers of both boys are expecting
their favorite to score a quick
knockout. However. Plummer is
a solid favorite to win.
An opponent for sensational
Leonel Peralta has not yet been
selected for the six-round 135-
pound semifinal. Beto Scantle-
oury, who was originally sched-
uled to tackle Leonel, came up
with a sprained right fist and
will be inactive for some time.
Negotiations are under way for
the signing of either Baby Haw-
kins who dropped a close de-
Ofclon to Peralta or Joe An-
drade who has lost only_ one of
15 pro fights.
Either one of these boys will
force Peralta to the limit and
real slugfest will be on tap for
the fans If one of them is signed.
It has also been announced
that this will be Peralta's last
appearance as a semlfinalist. He
has signed to meet Luis Thomp-
son in a ten-round contest at
the Panama Gym June 3. The
bout will be submitted to the
Panama Boxing Commission for
approval some time this week.
La Boca J.C. Meets
Silver City High
uuinlel Tomorrow
La Boca Junior College, only
recently crowned champion of
the Interscholastic volley ball
league, will meet the Silver .Cit-
High School five in the opentn
of their basketball season at th
Balboa Armed Forces YMCA
2:30 p.m., Thursday afternoon.
Garbed in their new gold uni-
forms, financed by Mr. Glud of
Sears and just completed in the
La Boca High School tailor shop,
the J. C. outfit will be lead by
Carl Russell giant 6' 8V4" pivot
man. Although the Silver City
quintet is of unknown quality
they have been working out reg-
ularly and should be a well
moulded outfit by game time.
Calvin ^ooding, who plays
with Bam Jr., manager the mall-
order J. C, Team. Along with him,
Robert Joseph (Bam Jr.) and
Milford Abrahams will probably
be seen in the starting line up.
A lively contest ls certain to be
In the offering as it always ls
when Coach Parchment's lads
meet Coach 8cott's boys from
across the Isthmus.
Annual USARCARIB Track And Field Bickford Allow 2 Hits
Championships Slated For May 21-26
May 30 Marathon
To Have Total Of
25 Dislance Stars
National League
Teams
Brooklyn .
Boston <. .
Pittsburgh .
Philadelphia .
Chicago .
St. Louis .
New York .
Cincinnati .
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Sports Briefs
Ay UNITED PRESS
The Russian amateur boxing
squad has been officially scratch-
ed from the European Cham-
pionships at Milan, Italy. The
in-agaln, out-agaln Russians
were declared definitely out,
when they failed to appear at
the weighing-in deadline.
"If the Russians are in town."
one official said, "we don't know
about it," There was no explana-
tion for the absence of the So-
viet team.
Fridav the Russians said they
wouldn't take part, then yester-
day they wired thev would.
Week-end qualifications filled
13 positions for the 5O0-mile In-
dianapolis Speedway Race, and
left little doubt that records
would be smashed on a whole-
sale basis in the Memorial Day
classic. Three cars topped the
10-mlle qualification record of
nearly 135 miles per hour set last
year.
A high school runner has died
after a freak accident in a track
meet at Crookston, Minnesota
Seventeen-year-old Robert Wick
of Thief River Falls never re-
gained consciousness after being
hit on the head with a baton be-
ing used in a relays race.
A couple of British horse own-
ers watched their entries battle
It out in the stretch at London...
and when It was over, Winston
Church's "Colonist The Second,"
beat out Princess Elizabeth's filly,
"Above Board." The Princess gra-
ciously congratulated the former
Prime Minister after the race.
The favored "Star Spangled Ban-
ner" ran third.


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TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Pittsburgh (N.)
Philadelphia at fit. Louis (N-)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 1, Boston .
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 7, New York 3.
At exactly four-forty five p.m.
i Memorial Day, May 30, twenty-
Pet, i five long distance runners will
.600 start out from the Pedro Miguel
.555 Post Office on a seven mile run
.520 to the La Boca Ball Park in
.411 quest of the three beautiful Uni-
.486 versal Sports Corporation Mara-
.451' thon trophies to be presented to
.441 the first three finishers.
.461
The Traffic Division of the Ca-
nal Zone Police will provide
motorcycle escorts along the
route. The marathon, which Is
being held as a part of the Canal
Zone, Track-Field and Cycle
Championships a* La Boca Play-
, ground, will proceed from the Pe-
dro Miguel Post Office through
Red Tank, along Diablo Road to
Balboa Road In front of the Bal-
boa Clubhouse, expected time
around 5:15 to 5:20, on to La Boca
Road and out to the La Boca
' Ball Park.
The annual US Army Carib-
bean track and field champion-
ships for 1951 will be held at Bal-
boa Stadium May 21-26, USAR-
CARIB headquarters at Fort
Amador announced today.
Preliminary qualifying heats
are scheduled for Wednesday,
May 23, beginning at 2 p.m. The
final events will be run off Fri-
day, May 25, beginning at 7 p.m.
unless the weather is inclement,
' in which case they will be pos't-
j poned until the following even-
i ing at the same hour.
Commanding officers of units
I entering individuals or relay
i teams have been notified that
they were to designate officers-
in-charge, and the latter will at-
tend an orientation meeting at
i the stadium on May 21, at 1 p.m.,
I conducted by the Athletic l)i
I rector, USARCARIB.
Rosters are to be submitted in
quadruplicate by the command-
I ing officers or commands, to ar-
rive not later than Mav 16.
In Heartbreaking Loss
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 16 Ewell Blackwell led the Red
to a 1-0 win ovtr the Braves in a Cincinnati night game
one-hitter against Vern Bickford who allowed only two
hits in defeat.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 4.
Brooklyn Old 116 5001 11 1
Chicago 000 040 0004 6 1
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and Campanells. Rush, Lown.
MoLiih (1-2). Kelly, Leonard and
Owen, Walker.
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Detroit at Washington (N.)
St. I.ouii at Philadelphia (N.)
Chicago at Boston.
Cleveland at New York.
The Championships have been
so organized that the marathon
will finish Immediately after the
last track event on the 29 event
program.
The trophies for this event are
presently on display at Samuel
Freidman's La Mascota on Tivoli
Avenue.
A total of over $S00 worth of
awards have been purchased for
the Canal Zone Championships
and will be displayed in various
places upon their arrival.
Brazos Brook Site
Of Monthly PW6A
Tourney Saturday I
The women golfers of Brazos |
Brook will be the hostesses of i
the monthly P. W. G. A. tourna-
ment to be held Saturday, May
19. All members of the associa-
tion are reminded of this tourna-
ment, and club representatives
are asked to call In their entries
by Fridav noon to Mrs. Emily
Grant, 3-1440. so matches can be
arranged. Teeing-off time is 8:30.
In addition to the regular 18-
hole tournament for the associa-
tion members the Brazos gals are
offering a special 9-hole tourna-1
ment for those who feel that they
cannot play the full 18-holes.
All new golfers are welcome |
to participate, regardless of i
scores shot or handicaps, and It |
is not necessary to belong to the
Panama Women's Golf Associa-
tion. AH you need ls a set of clubs,
the determination to hit the ball,
and a little time next Saturday. I
Teeing-off time for these spe-
Neither ace gave up a safe
blow until Bob Elliott nicked
Blackwell for a fifth inning
double. Bickford was not hit un-
til the sixth when Connie Ryan
doubled, but in the seventh
Blackwell's batterymate John
Pramesa homered and that
was the whole story.
Blackwell, winning his fifth
straight game, struck out five
and each of the three men he
walked was nailed In a double-
play. Bickford struck out four
and walked only one.
In other National League
games, the Dodgers topped the
Cubs 8-4 at Chicago, the Phillies
edged the Cardinals 5-4 In a St.
Louis night contest and the
Pirates defeated the Giants 7-3
in Pittsburgh under the lights.
In the American League, the
Tigers downed the Senators 12-4
in a Washington night game, the
White Sox whipped the Red Sox
9-7 in eleven Innings at Boston
and the Browns won from the
Athletics 11-8 in a Philadelphia
arc-light contest
The Dodgers Improved their
lead to a full game over the
Braves by throwing their home-
run punch into action. A grand
slam homer by Duke Snider
was the key blow while Gil
Hodges, the 'Major League lead-
er, delivered two round trip
clouts to make his total 11.
Jackie Robinson got the fourth
Dodger homer.
Plnch-hltting expert Bill Ni-
cholson drove In two runs In the
clal golfers will be 10 o'clock.
There will be the usual $1 fee for
the luncheon and possibly a
slight charge for playing In the
special 9-hole tournament. If you
care to play and don't know who
our club representative is, call
Irs. EmUy Grant, 3-1440, or Joe
Brbaro. Brazos Brook club pro-
fessional, 3-1090, and submit your
entrv.
ninth Inning with a single to give
the Phillies their victory over the
Cards. The Phillies' Andy Semi-
nick earlier had hit a iwo-run
homer to tie the score. Homers
by Solly He mus and Enos
Slaughter with a man on gave
the Cards three runs In the fifth.
George Strickland came out of
a. hitting slump to drive in five
runs with two homers and a
single as the Pirates won without
dlfiiculty from the Giants. Bob-
by Thomson hit a Giant homer.
The Tigers, winning their
seventh game in their last
eight, also "ended the magic
spell of the Senators' Cuban
pitchers who had won eight
games without a defeat before
Handalio Consuegra was rap-
ped roughly.
Hal Newhouser breezed to his
third straight victory a nine-
hitter. Pat Mullir drove in three
runs with a triple and two singles
and Steve Souchock, who re-
placed him when the Senators
switched to a lefthand pitcher,
got a two-run single and a two-
run homer.
A two-run homer by Nelson
Pox, the first of his Big League
career, gave the White Sox vic-
tory over the Red Sox.
The Browns outslugged the As
In a free hitting contest. The
Browns put over five runs In the
third to go ahead for good. A
triple by Roy Slevers and a
homer by Don Lenhardt were th#
key blows.
Gus Zernial, with two homers,
and Ferris Fain, with a double
and two singles, kept up their
hot hitting for the Athletics.
The Yankees and Indians were
Idle.
BOUNCING BABIES
MIAMI. Fla. May 20. (NEA>.
The young dolphin Is about
one-fourth the size of Its parent
when born.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
St. Louis 11, Philadelphia I.
(Night Game)
Detroit 12. Washington 4.
(Eleven Innings)
Chicago 300 010 021 029 16 2
Boston 301 101 001 007 11 1
JikIsoii. Pierce, Dorish (1-1)
and Mas!. Nixon, Masterson,
Kinder, Scarborongh (1-1) and
Rotar, Batts.
Only games scheduled.
I
'Y' Hoop League
Hdq. 15th Naval District put
on a last quarter rally to over-
come Special Troops 43-40 last
night at the Balboa Armed Ser-
vices Y. M. c A. At half time
Special Troops were in the lead
21-11.
Hlghtower the Navy center was
held scoreless the first half, but
he tallied 12 points In the second I
half, and was mainly responsible
for the whirlwind finish put on ',
by the Navy Team.
The "B" League game was also
a very close affair until the last
quarter AACS from Albrook had
trouble with a scrappy "C" Bat-
tery 764th team. At the end of
the third quarter AACS led by
one point 31-30.
The lack of reserves slowed
down the "C" Battery In the |
final session shile Stromberg was
having a scoring spree. Strom-!
berg total points were 26 for the
evening.
Final score AACS 55, "C" Bat- I
tery 39. Referees were Williams
and Fong.
Tonights games 7:00 p.m.
I'. S. Army Hospital vs. 37th
Engineers; 8:30 p.m. 504th vs.
5700th M. It S.
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PAJLLETTE GBOIP OF MORGAN'S HILL HOLD!
NNlfAL EXHIBITION AT GARDEN CLUB MEETING
The Pallette Group of Motim'i Hill and their guests at-
tended the dinner meeting of the Cardenas River Garden
Club last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Mor
an at Miraf lotes. More than 1M were present. Agon *'-
on Johnson, the groups Instructor gave a talk "*****
as a Hobby." During.the oing the work of K"" ""
n exhlbltloo and the annual Judglo; aod owardtag <*'""
was held. The judges were Miss Lois Morgan, an art lostruct-
or In the Canal Zone Schools. J. J. Buechele. artist aod
architect, and Mrs. Paul Barnard, artist.
The first prise for landscapes, tho Dmktt *^***1
went to Mrs. Scollav Moore for her "Stodlo Gardens. The
TgnesP. jhnon Award, highest.for still lift* f Iven^o
Mrs. Herbert F. Eckberg for her "Horteastos and Blue Drape.
The second prim, both awards by the Cardenas Bi*Oor-
dsn Club, were won by Mrs. W L. Simpson tor.her ******
"Panama Sea Wall." and by Mrs. Seollay Moore for her still
me. "witeVCa7afe and Basket. Mrs. David Mallon was given
honorable mention for her lansdcape, 'Amado,^useway"
and her still life," Chinese God and Heliconia Mrs. George
K. Withers received honorable mention tor hor still Ufe,
"Hydrangeas In a Glass Jar."
Cocoll Circle
Meets Tomorrow
Mrs. M. L. Piper, president of
the Balboa'Unlon Church Wom-
en's Auxiliary and Mrs. Marlon V.
Lucas, secretary, will be guests of
honor at a meeting of the Cocoll
Circle of the Auxiliary to be held
tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the home
of Mrs. Richard F. Daniel. 726-A.
Cocoll. Mrs. C. Luhr will be co-
hostess. All members of the Co-
coll Circle and their friends are
Invited to the meeting.
SPCA Cuts Bull ighting
Shots For US Audiences
Mr. and Mrs. Barrows
Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Morgan
entertained a few friends Infor-
mally at dinner Sunday, compli-
menting: their house guests. Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Barrows of Ana-
helm California, who are leaving
the latter part of this week for
the United States.
Cocktail Party
at Rodman .
The Navy Officers Wlvea Club
Save a cocktail party last even-
lg at the Navy Officers Club at
Rodman for the officers of the
15th Naval District.
Mrs. Johnson
Sailing Friday
Mrs. F. R. Johnson of Balboa
Heights is sailinR Friday on the
SB Cristobal to spend the sum-
mer in the United States. She
will visit in Jackson. Michigan
and with her parents In St. Croix
Falls. Wisconsin, before entering
the University of Minnesota Art
School for the summer session.
Mr. Johnson plans to Join her In
the United States late In the
summer.
ta Brown. Virginia Pollard and
Olorla Jean Wright.
Dance at El Panama Saturday
Open to the Public
A gala dinner dance with spe-
cial entertainment will be held in
the Bella Vista Room of Hotel El
Panama Saturday evening on the
occasion of Armed Forces Day.
The dance is open to the public
as well as to members of the
Armed Forces.
Legion Auxiliary Meeting
at Gamboa Tonight
Chagres Unit No. 6, American
Legion Auxiliary, will meet to-
night at 7:10 in the Gamboa Le-
gion Hall for election of officer.
Mis* Patton's Show
Postponed to July
Because of the illness of Miss
Mary Patton the exhibition of
her paintings scheduled for the
next two weeks at the J.WJB. Gal-
lery has been postponed until
July. In place of Miss Patton's
work the Canal Zone Art League
Is displaying an exhibition of
prints, to which the public ii In-
vited.
By ALINE MOSBY
Miss Burns to Visit
the Isthmus
Miss Betty Burns, a former
teacher in the Balboa 8chools. is
expected to arrive here during
the last week of May for a short
visit on her way to the United
States. She Is now teaching In
Caracas, Venezuela.'
Cocktail Party
Given at Hotel El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elnfeld
gave a cocktail party Monday
evening at Hotel El Panama for
forty guests. Mr. Elnfeld. an exe-
cutive of Fox Films and his wife
are visiting Panama and are
staying at El Panama.
.Mrs. BeU Entertains ,
for Mrs. Dennison
Mrs. Howard Dennison was the
guest of honor at a buffet supper
and shower given Friday evening
by Mrs. Lee Bell, who entertained
at her home In Balboa.
College Club Group
To Make Tour in Panama
Through the courtesy of Juan
Cedefto and Galileo Patino, the
Know Panama Group of the Ca-
nal Zone College Club will visit
tomorrow afternoon, Panama's
National School of Painting, the
School of Ballet and the National
Library.
All members of the College
Club who are Interested may join
the group for this tour. They
will meet at 4 p.m. at the foot of
the Administration Building
steps In Balboa.
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: 1st,
Thomas Orr and Robert Torres;
2nd Mr. and Mrs. John E. Da-
vis; 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Getman; 4th, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Kennedy: 5th. Dr. and Mrs.
Norman Elton: and 8th, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Robinson.
HOLLYWOOD. Mav 16 (UP) I
In this land of celluloid censor-
ship, a movie studio had to make
two versions of the same picture
one for Americana and another
for everybody else.
Thia epic, "The Brave Bulls,
concerns bullfighting, a sport
verboten north of tequila-land.
U. 8. citizens will see a cen-
sored movie, made with the So-
ciety for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals looking over
director Robert Rossen's should-
r. But foreign customer ac-
customed to the bloody port
will get un-watered celluloid. The
8PCA doesnt control the animal
films they see.
Columbia Studio tried to keep
U. S. reporters from seeing what
they missed. However I sneaked
Into a preview for the foreign
press disguised as a popcorn bag,
and can bring this hoofrby-hoof
report of what U. 8. citizens won't
i.
For the South of-the-border
customers, the picadores on
horseback actually needle the
bull with lances, and the bull-
fighter' or matador's "team
mates" stab him with barbed
sticks, or banderillas. U. 8. view-
ers get before-and-after shots.
JACOPY ON BRIDO!,
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Birthday Party
at Fort Kobbe
Mrs. Dewey F. Wright gave a
partv Monday afternoon at her
home at Fort Kobbe for her son,
Dewey Michael, on his fifth birth-
day anniversary. Assisting the
hostess were Mrs. Orville Will-
lams of Fort Clayton and Mrs.
William T. Warden of Fort Kob-
be.
The children entertained In-
cluded Margaret Szvmczlc. Wal-
ter Roebuck, Lynn Spencer. Ga-
ry Warnelr. Linda Warden. Ar-
thur Walker. Rose Marie Will-
iams. Denis Moyer Eileen Farrell.
Tom Warden. Irene Walker. Git-
Dinner and Dance
at Gamboa
The Mary Bartlett Circle of the
Gamboa Union Church Is spon-
soring a chicken spaghetti din-
ner tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:30
in the Gamboa Civic Center. Ad-
mission to the dinner will be by
ticket only and the available tic-
kets are all sold.
The dinner win" be foHowed W
square dancing and those who
are not able to attend the dinner
are Invited to Join the party for
the dancing.
Card Party Tomorrow
at Sacred Heart Hall
The Sacred Heart Parish is
holding a card party tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
There will be table prizes and re-
freshments. A donation of $100 a
person will be asked. All parish-
loners and their friends are In-
vited to the party.
Auxiliary Meeting Cancelled
Because of the Sacred Heart
Parish Card Party the meeting of
St. Vincent's Auxiliary scheduled
for Thursday night has been
cancelled. The next meeting of
the auxiliary will be on the first
Thursday in June.
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The foreign movie also shows
the matador's sword plunging
into the bull, and the dead vic-
tim finished off with a dagger
and dragged from the ring.
Movie-goers abroad also wUl see
the bulls gore the horses.
In the American version, most
of the blood Is on the matadors.
They're gored in both movies.
"The SPCA doesn't object to
the goring of humans, Just of
animla," o studio spokesman
explained. "After all, the hu-
mans are to the ring volun-
Another censored shot has the
bull clambering over the fence,
the way steers do at U. 8. ro-
deos.
Movie critics who saw both
versions agree that the U. 8.
film still Is an exciting, power-
ful movie that's bound to be a
leader In next year's local bull-
tossing contest, the Oscar race.
Any bloodthirsty customers
who want to see the uncensored
bullfights wont have to go all
the way to Mexico to see the for-
eign version of "The Brave BuUs."
just about any day around here
you can find uncensored movies
and newsreel of bullfights at the
Spanish-language theaters.
I dropped in the other day to
see my tavorlte partner, John
Crawford, In his newly establish-
ed card school: Johnny was busy
giving a lesson, so I proceeded to
listen in.
Whenever you have to guess,"
Johnny was saying, "there's a
Chance that you'll guess wrong.
The Job of a good partner Is to
turn guesses into certainties.
Here's an example."
And he laid out the hand shown
toaay. I cribbed it from him to
give all my readers a free lesson.
West opens the seven of dia-
monds. East plays the queen, and
South wins with the ace. Declar-
er leads a club to dummy and re-
turns a trump. East plays the
queen, and South wins with the
ace. South next leads the Jack of
hearts, and East wins with the
king.
East naturally cashes the king
of diamonds, and South cleverly
drops the Jack. East thinks mat-
ters over and wonders who ha
the missing deuce of diamonds.
Should he lead another diamond,
or should he lead spades? He has
to guess correctly since otherwise
dummy's clubs will take care of
South's losers.
This would be a guess to many
playersbut not If west Is an ex-
pert. A reaUy fine West would
play the three of hearts on the
first round of trumps and the two
of hearts on the second round.
That would eliminate the guess.
This play, called a "trump
echo." shows a holding of three
trumps an dls used only when the
player has some chance to ruff
something with his third trump.
When used In this hand. It shows
that West Is ready to ruff the
third round of diamonds; and it
warns East not to lead spades.
A verv delicate point, to be
sure, but this was a lesson for ex-
perts.
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BON VOYAGE PARTIES FOR MR. AND MRS. HIDDEN
The members of the Gatun Yacht Club entertained with
a dinner and gift shower at the Club to honor Mr. and Mr*.
John Whldden, who ail Friday to make their home hi Ten-
Mr. and Mrs. Whldden are now residing In Gamboa, but
have been residents of Gatun for the past 25 years. Mr.
Whldden retired from employment with the Lock's Division
in 1945.
The club wai decorated with
balloons. Coffee roses with bou-
galnvllla centered the tables and
there was a large "bon voyage"
cake.
Mr. George Zimmerman, head
chef, was In charge of roasting
the deer.
The members presented the
honorees with a 400-day clock as
a farewell present, along with
numerous Individual gifts.
Those who participated in the
dinner and gift were: Capt. and
Mrs. Frank D. Harris with Geo.
and Ralph. Capt. and Mrs. Geo.
Hudglns. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert
O'Connor. Mr. and Mrs. George
Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Chambers. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Dorgan, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Karlger,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marczak,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ashton,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Harrison and
Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lu-
tro. Miss Webber, Miss Louise
Zimmerman. Mrs. Jennie Van-
bey er and daughter. Mrs. 8. F.
Allen. Messrs Willie Le Brance.
Martin Zahn. Danr.y Consldlne.
Bill Rlnke, Mr. Qulgley. Julius
Bornefeld. Mr. Splvey Tommy
Luiro. Tommy Thompson. Ernest
Kiubsack. E. E. Branstetter and
i E. Small. ^^
Mr. Willie Le Brance entertain-
ed with a dlnnei party at the Elks
Home for Mr. and Mrs. Whldden.
I-is r.vfUa we o. Mr. and Mrs
Theme Luuo <\d Mr E. 5
nrtmi.i.tter.
Mr. Bowen Sailing Friday
Mrs. James E. Bcwen. Jr.. wife
Of Colonel Bowcn. commanding,
officer of the Atlantic Sector, will
sail Friday on the Panama Line
for a two-mon'h vacation to be
spent In Washington. DC, and
other eastern cities.
Annual Mother and Dauxhtei
Banquet
The dining room of the Gatun
Union Church was the scene of
the annual Mother and Daugh-
ter banquet Monday evening.
ers of the church, with
some of the sons, were In com-
j cuaige of the dinner under
the chairmanship of Mr. Curtis
George. Over a hundred mothers.
Srandmothers and their daught-
ers were seated at the long ta-
bles, which were decorated with
greenery and tropical flowers.
Mi's. Paul Furr served as mis-
tress of ceremonies. Mrs. Fred
Newhard was chairman of the
program committee and Mrs. J.
W. L. Graham served as accom-
panist.
The program opened with a
doxology to the mothers followed
by the Invocation given by Rev.
Graham. Mrs. Ruth clement
sang a number and was joined by
Miss Martha Graham Miss Ar-
dls Wllloughby. Mrs. A. 8. Hud-
glns and Miss Barbara Egolf for
another selection. This part of
the program preceded the din-
ner.
After dinner the ladies sang a
parody to the men In apprecia-
tion for the delicious turkev din-
ner. Mrs. D. P. Howe gave a toast
from the mothers, and little An-
dra Lee Nash replied with a toast
from the children. The daughters
then sang a number. Mrs. A. S.
Hudglns read a poem "Love Our
Mothers" and was followed by a
song from the Mothers. Miss Bar-
bara Egolf read a clever poem on
"Grandmother's Advice" and
Martha Graham gave a poem
"Mother's Eyes."
The toast mistress called upon
the oldest mother to stand and
Mrs. Alice Clemt-nt at 75 veora
of age. rec;lvd an orchid crown.
Her younjr granddaughter Mary
element won the opposite honor,
of being the youngest daughter
present, 2>/2 years old. She. re-
luctantly was crowned with a flo-
ral wreath.
Little Carolyn Rowley gave a
toast to grandmother, which was
followed by the singing of a song
by the grandmothers present.
Mrs. R. R. Gregory was the
speaker for the evening and gave
an interesting talk on the Mo-
ther of the year and the selection
of outstanding Mothers in other
countries, showing how this an-
nual celebration has spread to
other lands.
The program was concluded
with a solo by little Claire White.
Bov Scout Court of Honor
There will be an Atlantic Dis-
trict Court of Honor at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. May 17 at the Boy
Scout Shack In New Cristobal.
All Scouts. Scouters and par-
ents and friends are cordially In-
vited to attend.
Ccco Solo, are sailing Friday for
New York. They will visit at
Shoreham. Vermont, where Mr.
Coffey's mother is vacationing,
before going to Willlamsburg,
Virginia, to visit Mrs. Coffey's
family.
Card Party at
Gatun Tomorrow
Atlantic Side residents are re-
minded of the benefit card party
to be given at the Gatun Masonic
Temple tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. fot
the benefit of the Woman's Aux-
iliary of the Gatun Union Church.
There will be high score prizes,
booby prizes and Incidental priz-
es, with refreshments, all for 75
cents. Come and have a good
time. Any kind of card game may
be played.
Nine-Year-Old Celebrates
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Barfleld en-
tertained with a party at their
Gatun home Saturday in honor
of their son. Mike, on the occa-
sion of his 9th birthday anniver-
sary.
Refreshments were served at
home after which the group at-
tended the matinee. The youn*
guests were: Bill Hayes. Johnny
Cronan, Jack and Kay Flowers,
George Cotton. Mike La Crolx.
Eric Daniels. Billy Thrift. Paul
Kunkle. Bill Harrison. Gilbert
O'Sullivan. Mickey Cunningham,
Brian McNamee. Arthur and
Spike Lawrance. Bobby Williams.
Carolyn Rowley. Andra Lee Nash
and Mike's sisters, Sarah and
Susan.
Mr. and Mrs. Coffey .
Sailing Friday
Mr. and Mrs. James Coffey. of
Hospital Note _. mm
Mrs. George. C. Schelbe of Oa-
tun Is a patient In Colon Hospi-
tal." Miss Mary Patton. the Girl
Scout Executive. Is a patlept in
Gorgas Hospital.
Reglstratlon for
Camp Harriet Morrow
Registration for Camp Harriet,
the Brownie Day Camp and
Camp Morrow, the Intermediate
Girl Scout Camp, which will be
held in Gatun starting June 20,
will continue through Friday. Ap-
plications are being accepted at
the office In the Margarita Hos-
pital Building from 1:00 to 5:00
p.m. dally.
The names of the Camps con-
tinues the tradition of the Camp
Harriet Morrow Camp which was
previously held on the Pacifle
Side.
This vear the girls will flne> the
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... why mere women every dsy
are switching to the new. improvsd
Modcts.
It's because Modes gives them
more freedommore comfort-ln-ac-
// fore.
And here's why. This new, im-
proved ssniury napkin has extra
cotton on the edgesextra softness
to help prevent chsfing. And
there's a triple ssfety shield for tx-
/m-long protection.
Are you enjoying these sdvsn-
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less than twice the cost.
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Oats and save money, too!
VISIT THE COLON FAIR
AND Al THE SAME TIME
Take advantage of our Special Sale of
DINNER SETS AND CRYSTAL
FROM MAY 19 TO 26!
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No. 12.17 Ccaual Avc. Colao
Super Top Secret'
Plans Said Known
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Automobiles
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St.
[FOR SALE:Mut tell by Thursday.
Oft the floor for C. Z. Dinct De-
livery. Price 1951 Studebaker V-
8 convertible with automatic drive,
86-5294.
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR "table, sink
or bar tops, CORALITE
wall board and NATCOR
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOP. SALE:Buick
don, duty paid.
Inc.
Super 1948 se-
Tropical Motors
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Tudor, Six
cylinder. Recent complete over-
haul. Call Balboa 2-6396.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS SUP-COVERS and
BF.-UPIHM.S1 'EKING rail us or visit
oar show-room Custom built furni-
ture our speciality. See oar Deco-
rator's Fabrics. Free Fjtlmatet, NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Heres) 1.
f. do la Orsa No. 77 (Auto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4(21.
LEO CAMERAS
Model U1F Synchronized
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Phiia S de Maye
Panam. R. *r\>
If you art interested a a GOOD
USED CAR, com* re the NASH
nal WILLYS AGINCY.
Several different makes anal models
ta cheese from!
LOW DOWN-PAYMENT
IASY TERMS
Befare you buy tee what we have
ta effar!
CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.
One block from Tivali Creasinfl.
MISCELLANEOUS
Don't be discouraged if your hoir
looks and feels like steel wool! I
The Genell Bliss Cocoli Beauty
Shop professionals have the know-
how to moke it soft, lustrous and
manageable again. 4-557. \
FOR RENT
Houses
RESORTS
Da you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymeu*
Boi 2031 A neon. C. 1.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet, three
bedrooms, spacious yard, view'
overlooking golf club at La Carras- I
quilla' rental $100.00. Miguel
Hive. Phon* -2.I45.
FOR SALE
IMiht'fllaiit'ou
CHECK. ALIGNMENT: why use
old methods when you hove "the
most modern equipment to do at
the small fee of $2. TROPICAL
MOTORS INC,
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile '98"
perfect condition, finance avail-
able, radio, new tires, your mo-
ney's worth, Panama Auto S. A.
Justo Arosemena Avenue.
FOR SALE: Fod Custom Tudor
1949. Excellent condition, low mi-
leage. Duty Paid. W. S. tires. Price
$1.150.00. Tel. 3-0025 3-
0728.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile Club
Sedan, '98" Rocket engines A-l
condition, white sid* wall tires,
radio, I 1,000 miles. A bargain
for your money. Come ond see it.
Panama Auto. S, A. Justo Arose-
mena Ave.
IMMEDIATE SERVICE: Expert
mechanic, glass work and wheel
alignment at moderte prices with
individual attention to each mo-
torist. TROPICAL MOTORS INC.
FOR SALE:High .glosi oil point*
ond enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
Is your cor ready for scrap? We will
buy it. Garage Casino 291, Cen-
tral Avenue.
FOR SALELefever 12 gouge double
barrel shot gun. $35.00. Phone
83-6262.
FOR SALE:Household effects and
furniture, olso 1942 Plymouth 2-
door. Coll 83-2187 Curundu.
Retired Americans: For only $35.00
we lease house and land on Trans-
Isthmian Highway, 20 minutes
fro mcity, with river, light, run-
ning water. Inquire personally 11,-
36th St. near Lux Theater, Por-
terson's.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
chalet in Golf Heights. Rent $150.
00, Phone Panama 3-2541.
FOR SALE:Plate Glass 6 x 4 x V*'
reasonable prices. Agencias Lumi-
na, S. A. Centrol Ave. 232, Tel.
3-1033 3-1034.
FOR SALE:3" Belt Sander,'extra
belts, 8" table sow, extra blade.
1-2 inch drill press. Phone 6-304
Gamboa. House 147.
FOR SALE:Steel Filing plon cobi-
net. 10 drowers. Depth 36",
Length 46", Height 36". New
condition. Price $150.00. Produc-
tos Nacionoles, r! Street 61.
Wanted Position
WANTED:Biligual American with
administrative, sales, transporta-
tion and general business experi-
ence desires position. Write J. D.
Box 134, Panamo.
FOR SALE: 1940 Oldsmobile 4
door sedon with radio, for quick
sole, $250.00. 7680, Balboa.
LAST CHANC TO ORDER
ELECTR0LUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency)
Orders will be taken only
until MAY 24th. We'll
continue the service.
Price Remains at $85.00
to Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGENCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2380 2-3265
FOR SALEOldsmobile "88" Coupe
1950. only JO,000 milis, .excellent
.Tires, perfect condition, almost new.
Con be financed, Panama Auto
S. A. J. Arosemena Ave.
RECORDS
45
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenue
Adventist Church
To Hold Musical
Program Sunday
The annual program prepared
by the Young People of the Uni-
ted Sabbath Day Adventist
Church No. 9-21 Street Guacha-
pali will commence at 3 p.m. this
Sunday afternoon. The program
will consist of Anthems Quar-
tettes. Duets. Instrumental and
vocal solos.
The Young People have also
prepared special orations on
Life. Ambition. Womanhood and
Principle and Right, with out-
standing morals which is expect-
ed to be remembered by all who
attend.
FOR SALE:Packard two door se-
don white wall tires, seat covers
in extremely good condition with
7,300 miles for B.2.000.00. Terms.
Call to Co. Generol de Seguros,
S. A. from 8:00 a. m. to I 00 p
m. 2-2040.
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "88"
black Oldsmobile, De Luxe 2-door
sedan, Hydramatic Drive, rodio,
WSW, directional lights, seat-
covers, chrome shades, under-
coated, fender panels,
condition. Price $2.050.00. 5524-
WANTED:Shop Foreman to oper-
ate modern fully equipped shop.
Old established firm offers good
proposition to right mon. Write
Box 3251 Panama giving full par
ticulars.
FOR RENT: -J- Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meter of
lown ond sjorden. Three bedroorns
.with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla ond Ponoma Golf Club.
Available for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
Genell Bliss' Santa Clara Guest Hausa.
Overlooks oceon. surrounded by
shadi trees, .gas range ond refri-
gerator. pecommodotes 7. Privte
steps to beach (2 rpin. walk;.
( Barbecue, ping-pong, badminton,
etc, m shaded playground. Current
rates. Coll 4-557 days; 4-230
evenings.
Phillies. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach-
cottoget. Electric Ic* boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:In Bello Visto, nicely
furnished rooms, kitchen privileges
if desired. Mexico Avenue 69,
naor 43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
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FOR SALE
Household
House ON BEACH ot Sonto Clara.
Also mountoin top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phona SHRAPNEL.
Balboa 2820 or see caretaker
there.
Villiams Sonta Clora Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgai ronges. Phon* Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
Help Wonted
WANTED:Good cook to sleep in
ond iron for 2.' Inquire at Army
6 Navy Store 1 18 Centrol Ave.
WANTED:Moid for general house-
work. Apply 25 East No. 1, opoit-
ment B-5. Upstairs Comisariato
Lili.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator in perfect
condition, selling on account of
buying larger one. No. 34, 46th
street.
FOR SALE: 2 electric sewing ma-
chine, $37.50 and $125.00. Phone
2-2688 Panama. Ask for Charlie.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Furnished aportdjent
201 I Melentjez Av*. Apply Balm
6029, Bslboo Ave. Colon. Phone
475-J or 517-J after 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT: First class, very cool
spacious screened apartment in
Bella Vista, 2 porches, living-din-
ingroom, 2 bedrooms, hot water,
bath-tub; Maid's room, private
garaqe, garden and potio. Phone
3-1796.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnished-unfurnished oport-
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
,?_'!?"* I St.. New Cristobol. Phona 1386, Co-
C, Haines St..
2-3289,
Diobk) Hgts., Tel.
jlon.
FOR SALE
______Real Estate
FOR SALE:11,865 meters, 5 rooms
concrete house, bath, gorage. 13
miles out in Colon Rood. Phone
5258 Albrook Field, 7th "3:30 day
time.
FOR SALE: Large house with 2
I -2 acres of lond bordering river.
House No. 80 El Voile. Very rea-
sonable. Call Curundu 83-2187.
Group Heelings
" The Royal King George Lodge
Ko.37.I.U.O.S.M will convene in
regular session Thursday Mav
17 in Morning Star Lodge Hall.
No. 8 24th Street. Guachapall
Panama City, beginning; at 7:30
p.m.
The members are asked to at-
tend, as matters of vital impor-
tance to the lodge will be dis-
cussed.
Margarita Site
Extension Work
Done Rapidly
Municipal Division forces who
worked on the development of
sites in Margarita, completing
the townsite extension in record
time and at a substantial sav-
ing, have been commended by
Governor Newcomer for their
outstanding achievement.
The development of sites for
houses to be Dullt In the Espave
Avenue area next year was com-
pleted in 88 days and at a sav-
ing of 25 per cent on the origin-
al estimate. The saving on the
grading alone was estimated at
41 per cent.
Noting the teamwork, efficiency
and hard work off all concern-
ed that made the achievement
possible, Governor Newcomer
congratulated the employes for a
fine Job well done, and assured
them o lils appreciation Of their
good work and loyal support.
In his letter of commendation,
tiie Governor stated:
"It is especially gratifying to
make a savings of funds avail-
able for the new housing pro-
gram, as such a savings means
that more new quarters can be
built for Panam Canal em-
ployes.
FOR RENT:Two room apartment
in new building No. 8048 lo-
cated on 10 1-2 St. Apply V. M.
Osso ot 12:180 Bolivor Ave., Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servont's
quarters, hot water installation.
Good locotion, Bella Visto. No. 32,
44th Street. Telephone 3-0815.
FOR SALE:Year guorontee. Excel-
lent condition, 25 cycle, 9 foot
Westinghouse Refrigerotor $175.
Several sizes green wOoden shades
ond Venetian blinds cheap. 2-
^3498, 1433-B, Corf? Balboa.
FOB SALE:General Electric refri-
gerator, excellent condition, B. 1 15.
06. PANABA, 224 Central.
FOR SALE:Washing mochine, new
"Eosy" Spin Drier" 25 Cycle.
House 0948, Amodor Road. Bal-
boa. Telephone 2-1231.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet,3 bed-
rooms, spacious yord, at Lo Ca-
rrasquilla. $125.00. Tel. 3-2145.
Miguel Hive.
FOR SALE : ^Bamboo and mohogony
diningroom set. Like new. House
127 Pedro Miguel, after 4:30 p.
m.
FOR SALE;5 piece Haywood
Wokefield set. Choir $42.00;
Rocker, $43.00; Lounge $75.00;
2 tables, $5.00 each; 7 piece
mahogany dining sat, $175.00.
Montle clock. 25 cycle $9.00.
Card table with Extension top, $7.
00. House 5337-A, Davis St.,
Diablo.
:OR RENT:Apartment for rent,
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140. Panomi.
Each of the employes contri-
buting to this most Important
program has a right to feel Just-
ly proud."
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co, Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment, porch, parlor-diningroom,
kitchen, sanitary conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply 112 Vio Belisorio Porros
neor Roosevelt Th*otre.
FOR RENT: Modirn furnished
aportment in New York City, from
Julyl st to labor doy. Desirable lo-
cotion near subway facing beauti-
ful pork and Hudson river.. For
further information call Balboo 2-
2591.
FOR SALE: Daybed with inner-
spnng mattress, $35.00; bamboo
desk with chair $45.00. Bamboo
toble $20.00. Bamboo table, $15.
00. 2 bamboo tabourets $10.00
each. 8122, Margarita. Phone 3-
1392.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire refrigerator,
9 ft. all porcelain. Excellent con-
dition. $150.00. 0262-B, Gam-
boa. Tel. 6-371.
FOR SALE:Mople twin beds, bed-
spring, cotton mottress. double
bed, mohogony corner cobinet, Ca-
thedral pattern, silver plat* service
for 12. 769-A. San Pablo, Balboa
Hozzord.
FOR RENT:Completely Indepen-
dent apartment in beautiful resi-
dential house in New Cristobal,
for couple or bachelor. Livingroom-
diningroom, large bedroom. Kitch-
en. Modern bathroom. Fine fur-
niture. Refrigerotor, gos stove.
Hot water $60.00. Unfurnished
$45.00. Phone 1191-J or 599-L.
R.CA.
RADIOS
LA POSTAL
tt Central Avenue
THE l.r t'f'VKr COUP
Pbone Z-S33S
LOTS FOR SALB
Down PaysMnt SIM.
Mo.lhlr Pajnesl SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from SI 00
I. Meter
Per Rent Hear Cajatpaacat tori
round leveling.
We Rem Lou or. Lone renru
Lai Cwmss ai S3 ana |4 Weekl;
_
JjWjMIJ
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, typewriter, gas stove, youth
bed. bed. stroller, baby crib. Tele-
phone 916, Colon.
United States Marine assault
forces stormed the beaches at In-
chon Sept. 15. 1850, in a perfect
landing.
Chief prosecute* Maj. Robert
H. Murray Indicated thata coup
by Allied counter-intelligence a-
gents seared enemy knowledge of
.~~~~ t------------1 the operation before it could be
conM.n^8ne\b?onc' n confidence .n ballroom danc.ng.. military debacle.
desk* bX!' YMrT*' "T* r*V M?J' Murry- made the dlsclos-
Balboa YMCA or Box 106,1 ure in opening the prosecutlonof
LESSONS
By TONI SCHILLING
TOKYO, May 18. (UP) The
"last gasp" Korean Communist
effort to throw the Allies out of
Korea may have been inspired by
a spy's warning, on the Inchon
landing, a reliable Intelligence
source said today.
He said privately that Yoshl-
matsu Iwamura. who was cap-
tured with "super top secret" in-
formation on the Inchon landing
in his possession, also had a ra-
dio which could have been used
co alert Red Korea.
It Is not known whether the
alleged Red spy ever had a
chance to send the word to Py-
ongyang. But the last Korean
Communist effort to wipe out the
"Pusan beachhead" was launch-
ed Sept. 10just five days before
the UJ3. Marines swarmed ashore
at Inchon.
The Intelligence source said the
Red attack may have been an ef-
fort to crush the Allies before
the Marines landed.
It was the Korean Reds' last
chance. By the end of September
they were in headlong flight, and
only the Chinese Communist in-
vasion averted total Red defeat
in Korea.
Iwamura, alleged leader of a
Communist spy ring, is being
tried, with 17 other Korean and
Japanese Communists In Japan's
first major spy trial since the
war. They were arrested last Sep-
tember, shortly before the Inchon
landing.
C apt.'John M. Rice, counter-
intelligence agent wbo arrested
Iwamura, testified yesterday
that "transmission of military
information at that time to the
North Korean gover n m e n t
could bave resulted in great
damage to our forces in Korea."
Inchon
To Spies
Bolbpa, Harnett & Dunn.
Position Offered
WANTED:Girl pianist for Kinder-
garten at Son Francisco. Short
hours. For further details apply
Ninth Street, No. 24, at San Fron-
cisco, or collTel 3-4183.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Several 25 Cycle 'Mo-
tors. Call 83-2187 Curundu.
LOST & FOUND
DID YOU FIND IT?
If net, you did not try us. We carry
the lo-g.it and mojt complot* line
f MOTOROLA Cuitara Built cor
radiei, radio parti and tubes. We
olso carry a chelea assortment of
utomobil* accessories. Don't woito
precioui time ihoppin*. We have
under en* roof what you ara looking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Home of Motorola Radias
Ave. Jet Francisco de la Ossa 31.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:_Responsible family re-
quires chalet, three bedooms,
gorden. garage, maid's room, etc.
Tel. 3-2492.
WANTED TO BUY:Jeep n good
condition. For information inquire
"Reconstructora Nacional" Peru
Avenue No. 7. Tel. 2-0406, 8:00
to 12 and 2 to *6 p. m.
WANTED:Second hand Chevrolet
or Ford pick-up 3-4 ton in good
condition. Call Gorcio, Bolboo
Police Stotion.
WANTED:One tractor. D-7, Bull-
dozer. Make offer tp Box 1500,
Panam. Tel. 3-3021.
Colpan Motors Inc.
Tel. 2-1133 ft 2-1036
Atlantic Society...
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program varied and Interesting.
Native crafts will be stressed
giving the girls first hand know-
ledge of the tropical fruits and
vegetables and of their many us-
es. A competent staff has been
patiently trained by Miss Mary
Patton.
Mrs. Paul Volght of Fort Gu-
lick, will be the director for the
Intermediates. She arrived re-
cently from the states where she
has spent the past five years giv-
ing of her time and experience to
Scouting. She will be assisted by
Mrs. William Lindstrom of Fort
Davis.
Mrs. Norman Davlson, who
successfully directed the Brownie
Camp last summer, will again be
Camp director for Camp Harriett
Miss Thelma Godwin, well-known
Atlantic Side teacher will be her
assistant and give of her valuable
knowledge of the teachVig of
children.
Both Camps will receive the full
assistance and cooperation of the
Camo Committee.
Don't forget to sign up this
week, girls.
Dinner at Margarita Tonight
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church Is hav-
ing a Chicken pie dinner at the
Gym this vening immediately
following the Little League Game.
The dinner is $1.00 for adults
and 50 cents for children. The
oatronage of friends and mem-
bers will be appreciated.
the 18 spy suspects.
Murray said detailed plans of
the Inchon landing which had
been labeled "super top secret"
were in the possession of Yos-
himatsu Iwamura. 38, ringleader
of the alleged spy ring, when he
was arrested Sept. 9. 1950.
Iwamura. who is believed to be
a major in the North Korean ar-
my, is the key defendant in the
trial of 16 North Koreans and two
Japanese Communists accused of
spying for North Korea.
Murray, chief prosecutor for
the International Provost Court,
said he would prove also that
Iwamura entered Japan illegally
from North Korea In August or
September, 1949, to establish an
espionage ring in Japan. He said
Iwamura had plans for such an
organization and that he had
been "Instructed and Indoctrina-
ted" by "Colonel Sekl" of the Po-
litical Defense Bureau, official in-
telligence organ o the North Ko-
rean Government at Pyongyang.
"These plans," Murray said,
"Included the scheme to recruit
one hundred Koreans In Japan
to be sent to the north for foreign
agent training, and later used as
foreign agents in Japan."
Murray said the proseputlon
would prove how the other de-
fendants became involved In the
espionage ring as collectors of In-
formation, contact men and "ald-
ers and abettors" to the spy net-
work.
The 18 defendants are the first
of 45 suspects rounded up recent-
ly in Japan and charged with
"acts inimical to the security of
the occupation, quasl-espionage
and conspiracy to commit es-
pionage."
All the defendants have plead-
ed Innocent. If convicted thev
face a maximum sentence of 10
years at hard labor. Yesterday
the court overruled 12 defense
motions that certain parts of the
indictment were "vague. Indirect
and exaggerated."
Murray said it was "extremely
rare" that documents containing
detailed reports on security mat-
ters ever are obtained In an es-
pionage case, but that the prose-
cution would offer such docu-
ments In evidence.
He said the documents would
Include maps of airfields and
other occupation installations,
written reports containing the
number of occupation troops and
precise Information on the Jap-
anese police force.
All defendants are alleged to be
members of a spy ring which fed
the North Koreans information
about
and military installations In Ja-
pan.
Murray said the prosecution
believed the conspiracy began
when Iwamura entered Japan
and that the other defendants a-
greed to Join the ring, thus be-
coming co-conspirators. .
Wray Services
Set Tomorrow
The funeral service for the
late Mr. Joseph Wray, who died
In Santo Tomas hospital May
12 aged 36, will be held in the
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, La
Boca, at noon tomorrow.
Mr. Wray will be burled at
Corozal Cementery.
The body will be burled at
Corozal Cemetery.
The body will lie In state in
the chapel from 10 am.
Mr. Wray Is survived by his
wife, three children and three
brothers.
C. Z. IS CHOSEN
AS SITE FOR
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sonnel from normal duties for
training purposes, etc.
From the test, Lt. Col. Van
Ormer explained, the Army hopes
to get both a quantitative and
qualitative analysis, and set the
pattern for what, can be done in
the United States. He pointed out
that with manpower as always a
bottleneck, there are a lot of
military jobs which civilians can
do if and when there is need of
antiaircraft defense.
In time of national emergency,
he said, there are "lots of people
required to stay on their vital
Jobs. Normally those people stand
y (during a crisis) and say I
wish I could do something.' The
present Plan would,give them
something to do, he added. One
of the officers likened the plan
to a volunteer fire department
and another cited the Army ma-
xim that there Is never enough
antiaircraft defense when it is
needed and too much when it
isn't. .
The Army team is leaving Fri-
day to return to Washington and
reports on the outcome of the
test will be made from here to
trie Department of the Army. It
was. considered likely that'one or
more of the team might return
as observers later on.
Last night's announcement of
the plan contained the following
statement by Secretary of the
Army Frank Pace, Jr.:
"The Army has been assigned
the responsibility for developing
policies, plans and recommenda-
tions for civilian auxiliaries in
our national antiaircraft pro-
gram. It is considered desirable
to conduct test to determine the
qualitative and quantitalve as-
pects of this problem before ar-
riving at firm conclusions.
"I have agreed that this highly
important test should be con-
ducted in the Canal Zone, utiliz-
ing U. S. Army Caribbean troops
and a selected number of vol-
unteers from the U. 8. civilians
residing in the Canal Zone.
"One .of the major factors that
promoted the selection of the
Canal Zone as a site for this test
was that U. S. civilians residing
In the Canal Zone are represen-
tative of the U. S. public in mo-
rale loyalty and spirit of co-
operation. I am confident that
they will cooperate in this test
which will establish goals and
standards for the use of civilians
in the U. S. antiaircrafts pro-
gram."
PC Launch Speeds
To Disabled Ship
Anchored Off Coiba
The Panam Canal launch
Runner, carrying boiler plugs for
the disabled Liberty ship Talna-
ron, is due this evening at Coiba
island off which the ship has
been anchored since yesterday
The Runner left Balboa at
11:40 p.m. yesterday for the 20-
hour run to Coiba. Taineron, port
officials said, Is anchored 10
miles southeast of the island.
The freighter radioed yester-
day to her agents, Norton, Lilly,
that she had boiler trouble, need-
ed the plugs and that two of her
boilers were shut down. The
plugs were manufactured here.
Fish Fry Expected
To Draw Big Crowd
At Pedro Miguel
Between 150 and 175 members
of the Pedro Miguel Boat Club
and their guests are expected
to turn out Saturday evening
for the club's monthly dinner
and dance.
The dinner, a fish-fry, will
begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by
dancing from P. p.m. on.
Music for the evening will
be provided by "Gerald and his
Troubadours."
Mexican Oil Output Due
For Large Increase
MEXICO CITY. May 16 (UP)
The newspaper Excelsior, quot-
ing Government sources here,
said Mexican oil production in
the very near future will surpass
that of Russia and Venezuela.
The paper claimed new rich
fields and rising production will
'?n i put Mexico next after the Unit-
1 ed States in oil production.
It did not mention Arabia.
Old Balboa License
Office, Police I
Station To Be Razed
i
The old license office, also
known as the old Balboa Police'
Station, which has been usedl
since 1938 as a girl's dormitory1
for the Canal Zone Junior Col'1
lege, will be razed at the end or
this school year, it has been an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
The building will probably bo
advertised for sale and demon-'
tion about the middle of June, j
Accommodations for the glrla^
from outside the Balboa area,
who have stayed at the old dor-,
mitory will be available next year
at the Tlvoll Guest House at
special student rates. It is also
possible that bacehlor quarters!
and apartments accommodating ,
two to six students may also boi
available to Atlantic Side girls.
The students will make* their i
own arrangements for board al-
ter the closing of the dormitory. I
The building is being demolish-:
ed because it Is old and expen-
sive to maintain and few stud-
ents have lived there in recent
years.
Only the second story of tho
building has been used as a dor-
mitory; the first floor has been
used this year by the Balboa
High School Band.
The building, Number 708 on,
the Prado, was originally con-
structed at Empire in 1906 as a
police station and was moved to
its present location in Novem-i
ber 1914, where lt replaced an1
old boxcar which had been used1
as a police station in Balboa1
since 1912.
Balboa's first combined fir
and police station was built In'
1906 and moved In 1912 to make]
way for Canal construction. The
Ancon station served for both
Balboa and Ancon for a while be-
fore the old boxcar becamo]
"headquarters."
The present dormitory building,
was used by the police until!
April 1936 when they moved to
the present Balboa Central sta-
tion, which had formerly been a
restaurant.
After the police moved out, thai
second floor of the dormitory
building was used by the Girl
Scouts before lt was converted
to a dormitory in 1938. i
The Silver Personnel Bureau*
was located on the first floor!
from 1937 to 1941, after which the'
Playground Section of the Divi-|
sion of Schools and Boy and Gull
Scout organizations used this'
space. The License Bureau moved]
to the Building In 1942, and re-
mained there until the recent
move to the Civil Affairs Bulld-J
ing in Ancon.
Evangelist Osborn)
Open Coln Mission
Tomorrow Night
The Rev. T. L. Osborn, from
Tulsa. Oklahoma, opens in Colon
tomorrow nicht the evangelical
mission which, he says, brought
15,000 nightly, six nights a weelc
for four weeks, to hear and seo
him in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
"We preach salvation and
healing." says the Rev. Osborn.
"Miracles have made our cam-
paign famous."
His bilingual, interdenomina-
tional services open in the Colon
Arena and will continue nightly
for at least two weeks. i
Whether the work will be con-1
tlnued in Panama City depends
on current negotiations over tira
Olympic Stadium. No dates ara!
yet fixed. The 27-year-old* Rev.
Osborn. on his fifth overseas1
tour In three years of evangelical!
work, tells of working In Jamai-
ca, Haiti. Cuba, Puerto Rico and1
a year in India.
Climax of his Puerto Rican
mission was the ocean baptism of.
20.000 persons at Ponce.
Jap Industry To Help '*
Build Anti-Red Power
TOKIO, May 16 (UP) P.ant
for future economic cooperation,
between Japan and the United |
States include the intention toi
use Japan's industrial machinal
In the present buildup of antl-l
Communist strength.
elaborate preparations hava1
beun nade for cooperation ba-|
tween the United States ana'
Japan following the signing or'
u peace treaty between the tro,
countries.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY II. 1951
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ShowsThemNotSoilncommon Mwiniuwi
By BARBARA BUNDSCHU
NEW YokK, May 18 (UP)
Cecil and Penelope hare sneaked
around the only barrier to their
romance, and the Bronx Zoo an-
nounced recently It la doing ev-
erything In Its power to help
them establish a nursery In the
platypusary.
The only duck-billed platypus-
es outside of Australia will be
left alone together all summer in
hopes they will hatch a little pla-
typus or two In the mound of
moist earth which simulates a
river bank Xa the zoo's Platypus
House.
Penelope and Cecil, the
pltrhing-woo platypuses, at-
tracted considerable attention
when they stopped briefly at
Balboa en route from Australia
to New York In 1947.
With the third side of their
platypus triangle, the now-de-
ceased Betty Hutton. thev were
well chaperoned by curators on
the long voyage. A special ship-
board enclosure Included a pla-
typusary equipped with rubber
L squeegees to scrape moisture from
the animal's fur and keep them
from getting pneumonia.
Running low on the favorite
platypus delicacy, earthworms,
the curators radioed for help and
10,1)00 specially-bred worms were
ilown to Panama from the Bronx
Zoo to meet the ship.
Platypuses have pro d u c e d
/oung in captivity only once, and
:hat was In Australia, from where
Cecil and Penelope arrived four
years ago, general curator Lee S.
Crandall Said.
The platypus is a unique acqua-
tic creature which has a body like
an otter's, a tall like a beaver's
and a broad, flat bill like a duck's.
Since the zoo isn't sure what
months the low-slung furry ani-
mals will choose for a mating
season, they will keep them in
seclusion throughout the summer
and autumn. In Australia, they
normally mate In September and
October. Crandall said. But then,
those months in Australia are
spring.
Platypuses are shy creatures,
even among themselves.
"When we say we are dolnj:
everything in our power we
really mean that we are Just
keeping out of the way and let-
ting nature take its course,"
Crandall said.
"In matters like this, platypus-
es make their own decisions.''
Cecil and Penelope surmounted
a considerable obstacle when they
made their own decision to be-
come friendly with one another.
The zoo had been afraid to put
them together because the male
platypus has been known to kill
a female with his hind leg poison
spurs If he doesn't take a fancy
to her.
Another female platypus, nam-
ed Betty Hutton. arrived with
Cecil and Penelope from zoolo-
gist David Fleay's Australian pla-
typus sanctuary in 1947. When
Betty died of pneumonia in 1948
"our hopes of raising anv baby
platypus went gl 1 m me ri n g,"
Crandall said. "With only one fe-
male left we didn't want to take
a chance."
So the zoo put a partition be-
tween Cecil and Penelope in the
Platypus House.
A month ago, keeper John
Blalr discovered that Penelope
and Cecil had been climbing
over the fence at night and tak-
ing clandestine swims together.
He found Cecil asleep in Pene-
lope's burrow and vice versa.
'That settled the matter, of
course," Crandall said. "There
was no use keeping up the bar-
rier if Penelope and Cecil were
going to get together anyway,
and obviously Cecil had no Inclin-
ation to kill her. So we took down
the barrier and Cecil and Pene-
lope now spend their nights
swimming and feeding together.
They generally go back to their
own burrows before daybreak,
however."
Biologically, a platypus Is some-
thing betwetl a reptile and a
mammal, and in some ways more
like a bird.
A Penelope platypus produces
small white eggs In pairs. Cran-
dall said Fleay. the platypus ex-
pert, reported that the eggs are
Incubated In a nest burrowed In-
to the river bank earth for sev-
eral weeks.
If Cecil and Penelope become
aufflciently romantic and then
elect the Australian spring in-
stead of the American spring in
which to populate the platypus
world, Crandall said, there may
be trouble.
He expects to spend a good part
of the summer thinking about
what to do with a newly-hatched
platypus, or platypuses, if it. or
they, stick their duck bills outside
the burrow Just as the autumn
turns Into winter in the Bronx.
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WASHINGTON. May 18 (UP)
House tax writers tentatively
agreed to boost Federal cigarette
taxes a penny a pack and to in-
crease excise taxes on automo-
biles, radios, television sets, pho-
nographs and sporting goods.
The proposals, calculated to
bring in about $600,000,000 a year
in added defense revenue, would
also extend the present 10 per
cent excise tax on power-driven
equipment to a long list of new
items including dish washers,
clothes dryers, electric razors
and power-driven lawn mowers.
The present 20 per cent Jewel-
ry tax would be extended to cl-
garet lighters and fountain pens.
The House Ways and Means
Committee, however, has turned
down proposals to increase gaso-
line taxes and cigar taxes. Its
recommended Increases were
nearly all sharply less than the
Treasury requested.
It voted to exempt baby powd-
er and baby oils from the pre-
sent 20 per cent excise tax on
toilet goods, and to remove a
number of sports Items from the
taxable list including boxing
gloves and water polo equip-
ment.
The decisions, which are sub-
ject to final action when the
Committee acts on the entire
new tax bill, would Include a hike
In cigarette taxes from the pre-
sent seven cents a pack to eight
cents. The treasury had asked
an Increase to 10 cents.
Samuel Smug!
Samuel Smug la smart, 'tis true,
If you were he, yon would be tool
Sam can always find good buys.
His secret is to advertise!
REFRESCOS, S.A.
Notice of Annual Meeting
of Stockholders
Notice Is hereby given that
the Annual Meeting of the
Common Stockholders of Re-
frescos, 8. A., a corporation of
the Republic of Panam, will
be held on the 1st day of
June. 1951 at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon at the office of
the Corporation, Avenida Cen-
tral No. 33. Panam City, R.
de P., for the purpose of con-
sidering and acting upon such
business as may properly be
brought before the meeting.
finst it
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Now you can enjoy the luxuries of
El Conquistador to Buenos Aires ...
bringing this beautiful Argentine metropolis
within 16 hrs. and ii min. of Panama City.
It is fitting that El Conquistador should serve Buenos Aires
world-famed as a city of gracious elegance. For
El Conquistador offers you similar elegance in flightluxurious
cabin appointments .. gracious, attentive service ... roomy,
soft berths. and, to make your trip even more delightful,
hors d'oeuvres and aperitif before dining.
You'll enjoy the comfort, safety and speed of Braniff's
El Conquistador just as much as you'll
enjoy the luxury and- cuisine
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Meal Price Agents
Track Down Midwest
Black Marketeers
WASHINGTON. May 16 (UP)
Hundreds of price control en-
forcement agents are tracking
down reports of Illegal slaught-
ering which Is said to center in
the Midwest and may Involve
millions of pounds oX meat.
This disclosure came as De-
fense Secretary George C. Mar-
shall urged Congress to extend
and strengthen the Defense
Production and meet an expect-
ed raeh of shortages in 1952
and 1053.
Government sources said the
meat Investigation Is aimed In
part at a number of unidentifi-
ed Midwestern slaughterers who
allegedly have been killing more
than their permitted quota of
livestock under office of price
stabilization regulations.
Other agents were said to be
working on a list of from 2,500
to 8,000 small slaughterers who
PC License Section Has New Schedule
The License Section and the
office of the Driver Examiner in
the Civil Affairs Building in An-
cn will open later in the morn-
ing starting May 21.
The new hours for the License
Section will be from I to 11:45
a.m. in the morning and from
operated last year but still have
not applied for licenses this year
as required by the Government.
Many are believed to be operat-
ing without licenses.
Marshall's letter said inflation
is costing the nation heavily In
Its military programs and will
become ever more critical as
weapons procurement speeds up.
In the year ended April 30, he
said, inflation are up $2,000.000,-
000 of every $10.000,000,000 ap-
propriated for the armed forces.
He noted that the "real im-
pact" will come In the winter
of 1962-53 when defense spend-
ing is expected to climb to an
annual rate of more than $39,-
000,000,000 compared to $19,000,-
000,000 now.
12:45 to 4:15 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
The office of the Driver Ex-
aminer will be open from 8:30 to
11:45 a.m. In the morning and
from 12:45 to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
The opening hour for both has
been 7:15 a.m.
The change Is being made to
enable the employes to concen-
trate their full attention on
serving the public during the
open hours, while completing
routine office work before the
License Section Is opened. A si-
milar system has been used by
the Library and Housing Office,
resulting in better service to the
public without Increase of per-
sonnel or facilities.
Women Get Tough
SOUTH BEND. InH _
A 69-year-old man turned in a
robbery repon 10 pOiUn,,
ho was seized by two women,
blindfolded, gagged and robbed
of $4.50 and his watch.
GEM DANDY-A quarter-
million dollars is the rough price
tag on this 160-carat diamond
found recently in the Consoli-
dated Diamond Mines of South*
west Africa. The gem, seen
alongside a South African shil-
ling piece, Is blue-white, of ex-
traordinary purity. It is one
and a half inches long and an
inch wide. Polished it may be
^worth $375,000.
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He that stands it now .^.

"... the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot
will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his
country; but he that stands it now, deserves the
love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny,
like hell, is not easily conquered."
So wrote Thomas Paine at Christmas time in
1776, bending over the campfire-lit paper resting
on a drumhead, during that bitter retreat of the
ragged Continental Army below the Delaware.
Only a few days later, that same army crossed the
Delaware to establish a bridgehead and win at
Trenton.
There are no summer soldiers, no sunshine
patriots among the American fighting men who.
in'this past year-of crisis, have "stood'against
aggression, in bitter winter, in "times that try
men's souls." a
These men ... soldiers, sailors, airmen," marines
'... have proved themselves worthy descendants
of ail American fighting men. They have faced,
heavy odds, and come through to win. t-_
On this second Armed Forces Day, Americans
are proud to salute the man of the year .'the
American fighting man, who "deserves the lovt
and thanks of. man and .woman',' for his. quiet.

determination.
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the year.'
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 16,'lMl
f Drive For Funds To Fight
Cancer Started Yesterday
Throughout the Canal-Railroad
organization, solicitation started
yesterday ior funds to light can-
cer.
This Is the second annual drive
to raise funds for this purpose
which has been held In the Ca-
nal Zone and Governor New-
comer, as Chairman of the Ca-
nal Zone Cancer Committee, has
requested the whole-hearted sup-
port of all residents in the cam-
paign. In a special message Is-
sued last week announcing the
drive from May 15 through 31, he
called attention to the frequency
with'which cancer strikes which,
he said, makes this a "very per-
sonal matter to all of us."
General plans for this year's
cancer fund drive have already
been announced by G. O. Kellar,
Executive Chairman of the Ca-
nal Zone Cancer Committee
which Is affiliated with the
American Cancer Society, Inc.
"N<> intensive drive Is planned
although a program of education
of the general public on the
danger of cancer to public health
will De conducted through the lo-
cal newspapers, on the radio, and
on theater screens, Mr. Kellar
said yesterday.
In the Canal-Railroad organi-
zation, solicitors have been ap-
pointed throughout all shops
and offices and donations will be
in cash. The Executive Chairman
has requested that all funds be
transmitted through the heads of
divisions and bureaus whenever
practicable and complete reports"
be furnished not later than June
8.
Pamphlets giving the essential
facts about cancer and the pur-
poses for which donated funds
are used, together with the red,
plastic lapel sword pins, insignia'
of the Cancer Fund, are being
distributed to all contributors.
Seventy per cent of the funds
raised locally will be kept for use
] here In advancing cancer re-
search, public and professional
education, and aiding unfortun-
I ate victims of the malady. The
I remaining 30 per cent will be
forwarded to the American Can-
I cer Society, Inc.
Featured In the pamphlets
; which are being distributed are
i the seven principal danger sign-
als of cancer. They are listed as
' follows: Any sore that does not
heal; a lump or thickening in
; the breast or elsewhere; unusual
I bleeding or discharge; any
change in a wart or mole; per-
I sistent Indigestion or difficulty
in swallowing; persistent hoar-
seness or cough; and any change
in normal bowel habits.
The pamphlets say that any
of these symptoms may mean
cancer and urge consultation
with a physician when any of
these cancer signals appear. "If
the present rates continue," it is
stated in the pamphlets, "one of
every five Americans will deve-
lop cancer. Half can be saved by
early diagnosis and prompt, pro-
per treatment."
ABC Not To Be Sold
.o CBS Radio Chain
Official Announces
NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)
The American Broad casting
Company will not be sold to the
Columbia Broadcasting System,
ABC board chairman Edward J.
Noble announced last night.
"The merger of ABC into CBS
was abandoned by my associates
and myself, although it was very
attractive, both financially and
otherwise, because the remain-
ing ABC radio and television
networks would not be as strong
or have the potential of growth
equal to the present set-up,"
Noble said.
CBS had been negotiating to
buy ABC in order to obtain more
television stations. Because of
federal regulations barring one
company from owning two radio
or two TV stations in the same
city, and from owning more
than one radio or TV network,
CBS had planned to have a third
party buy the stations it would
not be allowed to purchase.
CBS was mainly Interested hi
ABC's television stations in De-
troit, Chicago and San Francis-
co, Industry source said. CBS
owns two TV stations outright
in New York and Los Angeles
and has 45 per cent of a Wash-
ington, DC. station. ABC has
five TV stations.
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House Group Ups Tax
On Gas, Lets Gum
Pop & Candy Alone
WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP)
House Tax writers voted today
to increase the federal gasoline
tax one-half cent a gallon. But
they agreed to cut the tariff on
telegrams and refused to levy
new taxes on phone calls, soda
pop, candy and chewing gum.
The House Ways and Means
Committee voted to exempt ball-
rooms from the present 20 per
cent tax on cabarets. A ballroom
was defined as an amusement
place where soft drinks and light
refreshments are sold. The re-
venue loss was said to be negli-
gible.
On the Increase side, the com-
mittee also agreed to raise the
tax on bowling alleys and pools
tables from the present $20 a
year to $25. This is expected to
bring In about $1,000,000 in add-
ed revenue.
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Big Sinuiju Raid
Tagged 38 Red
Planes On Ground
WASHINGTON, May 16. (UP)
Some 38 Communist planes
were destroyed or damaged on
Sinuiju airfield, North Korea,
in the maximum-effort Amer-
ican air strike on May 9.
The Red planes Include Rus-
sian built Yak-9s, IL-lOs and
La-5s parked in reveetments
and dispersal areas round the
field.
There were originally report-
ed to have been about '00 Red
planes on the camouflaged field
when the United States fighters
and fighter-bomber started
work on it.
The delayed claims for the
strike, released by Air Force
Headquarters here today, are
based on aerial photographic
reconnaissance after the attack.
Valcour Toll Cut
To One Dead, 16
Hurt, 4 Missing
NORFOLK, Va., May 15 (UP)
Navy officials cut down the
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FO ONI YEAR. >N ADVANCE
Walter Winchell
In New York
By Victor Riesel
MACARTHIiR U. S. A.
(With a salute to the late Sir Wm. Gilbert)
He is the very model of a Modern Yankee Gineral,
Who'i sure to win as sure as tin or iron is a mineral:
A hero and a statesman and a dapper Yankee Doodle boy:
A flashing;, dashing smashing, crashing, plenty-in-the-noodle boy;
Who can't be framed, defamed or shamed by party-pink polticos.
An Old Soldier who'll never die or fade away to please his foes;
A hell-f or-leather, stormy weather, rootin' tootln fighting man:
Just what the doctor ordered for a wrongs-that-need-a-rlghtlng
man; ,
In short, as sure as iron or aluminum's a mineral.
He to the yery model of a Modern Yankee Gineral!
Avery unes.
The Bright-Lightems: Banjo-Eyes who will become Dr. Ed-
ward Cantor on June 14 at Temple Univ. (Dr. of Humane Letters).
The first actor to ever rate one.. .Frank Costello, the Irving Trust
Co bank-teller at the 51st St. branch...Vivian ("Guys Jc Dollici-
ous") Blatne at the Penguin. Gentlmen Prefer Blalnes...Variety
editor Abel Green, glum because his Lurei-Warner Bros, scoop
was pirated by the N. Y. Times and other gaiettes "without
credit!" (You get used to it. after the first 25 years)... Bobby
Clark, who has witnessed every fight at Mad. Sq. Garden land
St. Nick's) for more than 10 years. But he's, never seen "South
Pacific"...Playwright Ferenc Molnar, incog at the "Make a
Wish" premiere, the original of which he auth'd. Bought ducats
for last row mezzanine and stood.. .Yesteryear's great star
Florence Anglln. offered the role of Duse (on teevy), politely
pooh-poohing: "Sorry, I'm not great enough."
Sailors in Our Alley: Tallulah, the Terrible, was introduced to
a Poison ali t y by Irving Hoffman.. ."Oh, yes." she st let tod. "We
met at the Busskins last year. I'm terribly bad at remembering
namesbut I NEVER forget a dress".. Jack Carter's wire of
congrats (to the owner of Derby champion Count Turf): "Moiel-
Turf!"
Big Town Vignette: Rudolph Halley, recently counsel for the
Kefauver Committee, took his lots (Marian. 9. and Henry, 6) to
Palisades Amusement Park Sunday. Halley took them on all the
ride'smlt popcorn, taffy and the other goodies. .What he didn't
know was this: In the same gay ftowd of 200,000 was Joe Ador.ls
(one of his targets), who was there with his little niece.
Memos of a Midnighter: Why is the description of Simon
Bolivar (on the statue opp. the swank hotels along Central Park
South) only in Spanish? Not a word in United States. Don't they
want Amreicans to know what a Great Guv he was?...S. Jay
Kaufman (who covered This Beat in the Long-Ago) soon makes
tus sain crossing. raree-Vlenna-Budapesf-London-bound...
Gordon Jenkins' "Manhattan Towers" album (now 6 yrs. old)
still peddles over 49,000 copies yearly. A neat annuity.. Josephine
Baker's fantastic grosses are the Talk of Show Biz. Gets 4-bits
from each box-office buck...Only spots not singing blues are El
Storque, the Copa and Blue Angel.....It's a {addition over at the
H. Montgomerys. Pop's traffic chief at Associated Press. (G'wich
Hosp.)...M. Berle's annual Berlethon (24 hours on Teevy for the
Kunyon Fund) is set for June 9. Meaning, the Fund's first
$5,000,06.
Dear Walter Dep't: "In answer to the sentence in the middle:
Mebbe it Is; we dunno yet.' I am writing to tell you It ain't. I
am a member of the United World Federalists and the Writers'
Board for World Gov't. The Communists llnd us an annoyance.
If anyone is going to federate the world, they want to do it them-
selves. That would not, be federation, but domination. Their at-
titude toward our World Federalists Is well tvpifled bv their com-
ments about us. One of their cracks was that Cord Meyer. Jr..
lour ex-president i Is 'the iigleaf of American Imperialism.' Sin-
cerely, Oscar Hammerstetn. II."
The Lobster Trick: Aside to the Eagle's political scooper-
dooper: "Thanks for tipping us off to the item-pickpocket. He's
barred for life.. .Congrats to the Brooklyn Eagle for its Pulitzer
Prize. Don't forget it was this col'm which summoned the att'n of
the public (and PP Committee) to the public service (which won
it) this way: "The evidence that Brooklyn racketeers were linked
to corrupt polticos has been turned over to the Bklyn d. a. office
by an editor. If nothing Is done about it, the Brooklyn Eagle will
print it!". Next best thing to winning a Pulitzer ribbon Is the
pretty card the Pulitzer group mail to editors who recommend
candidates. Thanks to the eds who nominated the N. Y. Mirror's
1950 exclusive: "The Surrender of Benedicto Macrl." the murder-
suspect in the Lurye case. His trial starts next month Aside to
Luryas co-workers: Won't you please send the Runyon Committee
(at least) half of the $25,000 Rewardso it can be part of the
first 5 million? And let it work for the surrender of cancer?
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'RESTRAIN YOURSELF,
YOU DIRTY DOG!'
Editor Mall Box:
The "animal situation" was at
Its most embarrassing pitch here
In Gatun last week. Early In life a
child Is trained by his parents,
community and schools to exer-
cise "RESTRAINTS." Children
are not so dumb anymore! The
average child knows the facts of
Ufe without the necessity of such
gross over teachings as seem to
prevail frequently In this com-
munity. As a matter of fact. I
was taking a stroll with my girl
friend and was overtaken bv
"THAT PACK OF DOGS." A few
nights later we were walking near
the CHURCH "and the cats start-
ed their noise."
Embarrassed Is a mild word to
express what she experienced!
It creates a predicament for any
girl's escort. The girl and her
parents may consider the escort
a ptor planner for a pleasant
evening of entertainment! The
Housing Division's recent circu-
lar to ALL occupants lacks teeth
to enforce any reasonable degree
of the animal situation. However.
I have been informed that the
War Department rants the Gov-
ernor the power to make the ne-
cessary rules and regulations for
the PROPER operation of the Ca-
nal. These present rules could be
modified.
Since the various Governors
have repeatedly failed to do this
with no prospect of doing It now.
I wonder if we could not appeal
to the people Including the Armv
Oiflwr In charge of the Service-
men In Gatun. Most occupants
have adolescent vouth. have had
or may have them: so why not
let's bring this neglected side of
our training on a par with the
other community facilities for
proper guidance of the town's a-
dolescence? As It now stands our
training for "restraints" to meet
our present day cultural demands
Is NOT BALANCED Certainly, we
doesn't want to go backwards. As
civilization progresses, adoles-
cent boys and to a great extent
girls are now planning to post-
pone marriage until tliev have
their higher education complet-
ed, trades or what not. Postpone-
ment of marriage means added
"restraints, RESTRAINTS."
I make a general appeal to ALL
CONCERNED, be they the dogs,
cats and other animal owners,
the Army Brass and hierarchy,
the Senior and Junior Civic
Councils, the Housing Division,
Women's Clubs, the Governor
and last but not least ALL of the
Churches. If we work together,
we can eliminate this undesira-
ble situation and put our youth
at greater ease.
Thanks.
Frustrated. Johnny Appleseed
P.S. I have heard various com-
plaints of animals waking occu-
pants up during the night mak-
ing their basements smell strong
of cats. etc. excreta, damaging
property, plants, etc. Your neigh-
bor knows If you "curb" your an-
imals or not. or allow them to
"curb the neighborhood"! Even
though the neighbor doesn't
challenge you. he can and does
hold these things against you.
Oh. I hear the distressing sounds
of those animals again!!_____
This Is to report that fifteen
carefully screened, and trained
American unionists have gone
underground In Moscow. And
they think It's beautiful. For
this they traveled some 20,000
miles to ride In the Moscow
subways. And, of course, to
Insult their native land.
This special contingent of
selected pro-Commie union-
eers arrived in Moscow on
Apr. 27 passing fhem-
selves off as America's "Lab-
or Delegation" to Joseph
Stalin's personal May Day
rally in Red Square. No one
elected them and the
Commies selected them in
San Francisco, Detroit,
Cleveland and New York.
When they debarked at the
Moscow airport, after a flight
from the U. S. and England, the
MVD rolled out the proletariat.
The "people" cheered dutifully
and rushed In like bobby-sox-
ers to shake hands with the
American labor "leaders." Then
the Americans were shown the
sights espesially the sub-
ways.
The trains don't run too fre-
quently and the MVD Is over-
ly sensitive about such a minor
detail. So that day they sped up
the schedule.
All of which obviously excited
one of the delegation's leaders,
a chap from comradely circles
In Pittsburgh, by name of Alex-
ander Wright, once one of
Henry Wallace's CIO lieuten-
ants in a thing called the Pro-
gressive Party. Authentic re-
ports from Moscow reveal that
right there on the platform he
1 told Red "reporters" that the
marble columns in the "peo-
ple's" subways were wonderful.
"Only the homes of million-
aires are as well decorated In
the U. S." he said. (Those must
have been pre-income tax mil-
lionaires you used to visit, Bro-
ther Wright.) "Even the Chase
I National Bank is less sumptuous
than the Moscow subway."
But don't for one minute
; think the MVD permitted this
crowd to spend Its time under-
ground. After showing them the
great Red parade on May Dav.
the Russian propaganda chiefs
put these Americans on the air,
at the very time when other
Red studios were blasting us as
inhuman butchers of Asiatics.
This American labor delega-
tion, some of them from the
notoriously pro-Soviet unions,
iflUCh as the West Coast Marine
| Cooks and Stewards Union and
i ,ne.snJfd Electr'cal Workers
!'UE) did little to offend their
Red hosts. Not even did they
defend their own land.
They broadcast on May 3
and 4 over Radio Moscow.
They told the world that the
only way to live was under
Socialism:' They said that
the Russians want peace.
And that they couldn't con-
ceive that the Soviet wasn't
sincere. They visited the
Stalin Automobile Plant and
its own "palace of culture"
ana then broadcast silly
stuff about the great Rus-
sian proletariat. They hit
denials of my charges of
slave labor camps hi So-
viet land.
One of them, a vulgar boat-
man who passes himself off as
representative of American sea-
men, Anselmo Francis, actually
shouted into the Russians' mike
SSii HIV'Wvlslt to the ca-
pltal of the Soviet Union In pres-
ses me of the need for Social-
Ism for the American Workers
The demonstration on the
square in front of the Krem-
lin was of great lmporatnce to
Who are these people? We
Have their names as reported
oy Moscow Itself; let's record
them so we'll know them as
they reutrn shortly to their na-
tive cities.
They are Orln Jenkins of the
Marine Cooks; a Mr. & Mrs.
Johnson of San Francisco' Lo-
la Dennis of the Cleveland UE-
a John Francis Halloran, AFL
member; a William Glenn, who
said he speaks for some CIO Au-
to Workers In Michigan; an
Etsher Goldberg, Clara Samuel-
son. Carrie Ellis, Lloyd Dennis,
Mpses Weyler, and Evelyn Fran-
cis.
Why were they selected?
Who paid their fare to Mos-
cow? Who handed them other
expenses on what would ordi-
narily be a $5.000 trip, or the
equivalent of any worker's in-
come for more than a year?
Who were the Intermediaries
between them and the Central
Council of Soviet Trade Unions,
which officially invited them to
Moscow?
And knowing all this, why
did our State Dept. issue
' passports. permitting them
to travel in that part of the
world so they could be pho-
tographed (as they were)
by M o t c'o w newsreel
cameras and recorded by
Moscow radio stations so
workers of the world would
be deceived into believing
that American labor was
part of the Red May Day:
Let's get answers to these
questions! Soon!
(Copyright mi Post-Hall
_ Syndicate, Inc.)
Incidentally, We Wonder What Happens to Old Sailors?
lUim'lM
Hatpin Strategy
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. The baffled mental plight of
the people today, as thev attempt to sift the
statements of all the generals and politicians,
must greatlv resemble the problem of the hunch
horse player who attempts to pick a winner out
of a big maiden field.
They call a horse a maiden, you know, when
it never has won a race. There Is no real form
on the horse, no solid record of past perform-
ance. When betting a maiden race you can do
almost as well with a hatpin or a hunch as you
can with a quiet word from the trainer.
This is a new kind of war we have on our
hands, being fought in a new kind of world. As
I can see It there has been no brassbound. cop-
per riveter" answer to our dilemma no guar-
anteed indication of right.
We have been told bv Gen. MacArthur that
there is only one way to wage war, to wage It
to win it. no holds barred, all-out. hlt-em-witn-
the bar-stool. The general has been a vastly
successful commander, and mv personal convic-
tion is that he Is probably right. If we are in
a war at all.
But the opposition Truman, Bradley, Mar-
shall say he's dead wrong. The right way,
they say. Is the way we are doing it fighting
a part-time, wages-and-hours short of War In
Korea, with the emphasis on technicality. In
my simple thinking we are already at war with
Red China they ain't Comanches we brag of
killing in Korea but the Presidential set says
nope. We fight a limited action, whatever that
is. and the fact that the Chinese dealt them-
selves a hand does not make us technically mad
at China.
Gen. Marshall savs we can whip the Reds with
a gradual Infliction of heavv casualties, to where
they'll haul off and quit when their morale
cracks. That Is the United Nations aim. I hope
he's right, but it seems rather an optimistic
aim, considering how fast they grow Chinamen
ii China. Also Gen. Marshall has been tragic-
ally wrong about China before. He wrote a his-
tory of appeasement that has paid off into our
current hopeless involvement.
Everybody can't be right. You have noticed
that President Truman has brandished his fa-
vorite weapon of atomic destruction of American
cities again this constant threat Is wearing a
little thin. They break It out every time Wash-
ington Is faced with crisis.
Whether it be a fight with MacArthur or a
demand for fresh scratch In the tax depart-
ment.
Everybody seems so positive. The pro-Mac-
Arthurs are Just as positive as the anti-Mac-
Arthurs. And flaunt their own facts and fig-
ures, opinions and recommendations to back
their stands. But the best on both sides seems
a hopeful gamble. Like picking the horse with
the kind expression or choosing the filly named
after an old girl frleiM.
It has cOme to the point now where every-
body is wrong except the man who has the
floor. Gen. MacArthur savs bite off the big
chaw now and we may prevent a third World
War. Opposition says limit it to Korea and we
will prevent a third World War. One side says
we are daily losing face with the Russians, who
will interpret our small-scale stand as a sign of
weakness. Other side says a big effort will
bleed us to death and make us a pushover for
giant Red aggression.
It is a pitiful choice we are granted, with no
guarantee of success on any side, and with
plenty of margin for disaster. All I know is
what I lead in the papers, and from what I
have read in the papers lately. I will Just stick
a hatpin through my race card and hope for
the best. _______
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE EISENHOWER APPROACH
PARIS.So many enormous problems remain
to be solved by the governments concerned that
it is very difficult to make a sound progress
report on the organization of Western defense.
It can be said, however, that Gen. Dwight v.
Eisenhower's headquarters hopes to have enough
strength in Western Europe by next spring to
"give the Kremlin pause."
in effect, something like twenty divisions will
by then be available to hold the line of tfie
Rhine. It is not much, but it is already far
moie than the simple power vacuum which has
existed In Western Europe until now. Moreover,
since Soviet armies must inevitably lose punch
and momentum as they drive- farther and far-
ther from their base of operations, twenty divi-
sions on the Rhine ought to be enough to halt
the thirty-six Russian divisions now stationed
in Eastern Germany and Poland.
Unfortunately, however, the potential danger
will still remain as g.-eat as ever for at least
another vear. The reasons are only too obvious.
In the first place, even now. before full mo-
bilization, the Kremlin has not a mere thirty-
six divisions, but at least a hundred, available
for a westward offensive. This is the figure
given by the most reliable intelligence for the
global Russian force that Is now maintained in
Eastern Europe and Western Russia. Of these
hundred Russian divisions, sixteen are in the
Ukraine, threatening the Balkans. And tnis
leaves fortv-elght divisions available to strength-
en the existing armies in Poland and East Ger-
many, when and If the time comes.
In the second place, and even more signifi-
cant, the reorganization of the satellite armies
and their re-equipment with every sort of mod-
ern weapon are still going forward apace. The
process is complete In Bulgaria, well advanced
in Poland and quite probably falrlv far along in
Romania Even In Hungary and Czechoslovakia,
which are lagging, the Job is expected to be fin-
ished bv late next spring. The timing is strik-
ing. And when the lob has been finished every-
where in the satellite area, the Kremlin will
dispose additionally of somewhere between sixty
and seventy vassal divisions.
These flcures are enough to Indicate that the
present scope and tempo of the Western de-
fense effort are unsatisfactory. Even if the
largest allowances are made for the possible un-
reliability of the satellites, the fact still remains
that the Kremlin will gain more strength In the
next twelve months in the satellite area alone
than Gen. Eisenhower will gain In all of West-
ern EuroDe.
Gen Elsenhower was of course too wise to
suppose that the gap between Soviet and West-
ern power could begin to be closed at once, sim-
ply because the decision had been made to re-
build the defenses of the West. His working
theory, seems to be to get together, by emer-
gency measures, whatever force he can for next
year, and to place the main emphasis on having
a really poweriui defensive force ready In 1952-
53.
In order to do this, however it will be neces-
sary for the British and French and American
governments to tackle energetically the long list
of outstanding, unsettled problems given in a
previous report in this space. How the Germans
are to be rearmed; how great an air force will
eventually be needed in Europe: how facilities
are to be provided for the new divisions and air
groups; how the French and others are to adjust
their training perloos so that their contribu-
tions of divisions is always ready all these
are urgent, painful, politically difficult ques-
tions which absolutely demand answers. If they
are not answered soon. Europe will still be ter-
rlfyingly weak two years from now.
One suspects that there are three reasons why
Gen. Eisenhower has not yet insisted that these
questions be answered for him. He has his own
over-all plans to complete. Since he Is not in
his situation of the last war, of having strong
governments at his back, he must make up his
own mind about how all these grave questions
ought te be answered. And since the French
government Is visibly Incapable of doing any-
thing that is politically painful until after the
June election, it is no use raising these ques-
tions now. Thus it seems llkelv that the show-
down on Western defense planning for such
it will be will come In July or thereabouts.
Gen. Elsenhower's professed eventual aim Is
to help the people on the scene to build up
enough strength of their own so that, at long
last, the American garrison can be withdrawn
from Western Europe. But a re-examlnation of
the problem of the European defense, and par-
ticularly of the problem created bv the rearma-
ment of the satellites and the Kremlin's posses-
sion of the Czechoslovak bastion, has caused the
estimates of the total force required to be con-
siderably increased. .
For a forward European defense, close to the
frontier of West Germany. It Is now thought
that at least sixty divisions anc perhaps many
more must be readv at all times. How to build
a European armv of this size Is a question that
has hardlv been looked into.
By its nature, in short. Gen. Eisenhowers task
must be done bv phases. And even the first
phase will not be concluded until the outcome
of the summer showdown Is known.
(Copyright, 1951, New Yerk Herald Tribune Inc.)
qtte WASHIHGTOfl
MERRY-00-ROUND
ly DRIW MARSON M
Drew Pearson says: Congressman takes revenge on FCC;
Andre Artukovich, "Himmler of Yugoslavia," came here
under assumed name; Cattlemen lobby out in the open.
WASHINGTON.One thing that hurts the prestige 6 Con-
gress these days is the way in which the boys rally to Bach
other's defense, no matter jiow gujlty one of them is.
When Congressman Brehm, Republican of Ohio, was on the
verge of being convicted of salary kickbacks, for instance, Con-
gressman Michael Feighan, Democrat of Ohio, marched up to
the witness stand and testified to Brehm's fine character. Later,
the Jury, ignoring Feighan, found Brehm guilty.
Again, after Congressman Andy May of Kentucky was con-
victed of bribery, klndhearted John McCormack of Massachusetts
and others publicly paid tribute to his patriotism.
Last week the House of Representatives rallied to the de-
fense of a member who almost went to jail, and helped him get
revenge on a Government agency which had tried to prose-
cute him.
The Congressman was Gene Cox of Georgia, who proposed
cutting $575,000 from the budget of the Federal Communications
Commission, because he said, it housed an "army of Red lawyers."
"Ii you should go down to the commission and take a look,
and not know you were in Washington, you would think you
were In Moscow," the Georgia Congressman stormed.
Real reason for the Congressman's spleen, however, was that
this was the same commission which nearly sent Cox to Jail.
ILLEGAL LOBBYING
In 1943 the FCC discovered that Cox had received $2,500 'in
stock from the Albany (Ga.) Herald Broadcasting Company after
ne had secured a new wave-length for that company. This;Is1
against the law, for a Congressman cannot receive a fee for any
services performed before the Federal branch of the Government,1
He Is paid a regular salary to do this and cannot take mon[ey
from individuals.
As published by the Washington Merry-Go-Round at that'
lime, the criminal division of the Justice Department found:
"The documentary evidence leaves no doubt that Cox's clients
regarded him as their legal representative, that they believed
Cox 'compelled' the Federal Communications Commission to grant
the licenseas in fact he didand that he was paid for his'
services." The criminal division recommended prosecution. How-'
ever, Speaker Sam Rayburn, a close friend of the" Congressman,'
put on the heat and Cox was never indicted.
However, he soon retaliated by getting his friends In Congress
to vote $60,000 to investigate the FCC, and then got himself p-'
pointed chairman of the committee which Investigated the out-'
lit which exposed him.
And last week, Cox once again got his revenge. He proposed
that the FCC's rather meagre budget be cut by half a million
dollars. And without even taking the trouble of a record 'Vote,
his colleagues In Congress shouted their approval. The Co* Re-
venge Amendment was passed.
WAR CRIMINAL
The real story of Andre Artukovicn. the "Himmler of Yugo-
slavia," now residing at a Pacific Coast town near Los Angeles,
goes back to the assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia
in Marseilles in 1934.
At that time, Artukovich was a member of a little band of
conspirators working out of Yankapusta, Hungary. Financed' by
the Axis powers, this group was led by Ante Pavellch, who Wot-
ted the shooting of King Alexander when he arrived on a visit td
France to cement relations between France and Yugoslavia"."
The Axis powers did not want to see those relations cemented.
And the death of Alexander, which was blamed on negligence by
the French police, caused great resentment in Yugoslavia. It1 also
left that country in the hands of a boy king.
In 1941 when Yugoslavia was invaded by the Nazis, Itwatf
natural that Pavellch and Artukovich, who had trained in the
Axis camp in Hungary, should lead the puppet government. Pave-,
lich, now considered the No. 1 unpunished war criminal, became"'
premier, while Artukovich became minister of interior, In charge
of the police. It was under him that 1,000,000 Jews and Serbs
were killed.
During the latter stages of the war, both men escaped tq,
Bavaria under the protection of Hitler; and after Germany fell,
Pavellch fled to Argentina. Artukovich managed to reach Irelan...,
then flew to New York under an assumed name, Alois Anlch, ar-,
riving July 10-, 1948. He has been living quietly In Los Angeles
ever since, until his identity was publicized by this newsman two
weeks ago.
Last Wednesday the Immigration Service denied his appli-
cation for citizenship, and steps are now being taken to have
him deported. If this move Is successful, it will then be up to
the State Department to pass on the Yugoslav Government's re.
quest for extradition.
MACARTHUR MERRY-GO-ROUND
No loud-speaker was used during the MacArthur hearings,
and some Senators had difficulty in hearing. Reason for having I
no loud-speaker was that there was not time to get a loyalty i
check on the technicians who operate it. They would have had i
to be in the room, listening to secret military information...!
Tribute to MacArthur by John Elliott at the Jackson Day dinner i
In Los Angeles: "First in war, first in peace and 14th in the.1
Wisconsin primary.".. .The Associated Press sent the following
instructions to Its Capitol Hill newsmen In an effort to dig up I
secret testimony after the MacArthur hearings: "Please try youf'
Senators for leaks as soon as session breaks up."...The Joint
Cr.lefs of Staff declined to give Senators two categories of ln-i'l
formation: Copies of battle plans for Korea and minutes of their
meetings.
CATTLE LOBBY STAMPEDES
There is one thing to be said about the cattlemen's lobbyIt'
does not operate backstage. Its pressure on Congress against prise !
controls has been about as obvious as a stampede of Hereford*;
across the Texas Panhandle.
One cattlemen's meeting in the National Press Club audl*-4
torium developed Into a madhouse. The lobbyists made It bluntli,
clear to newsmen and members of Congress that they were pre]
pared to create a meat shortage by holding their cattle off th,
market if they have to put up with Government controls.
After listening to some brilliant oratory by Allan Kline. pre-; *
sident of the American Farm Bureau Federation, to the effeqt j
that all controls were "Communistic," the cattlemen seemed
more convinced than ever of the potency, If not the logics,
tneir position. .
However, when they refused to give newsmen "facts and ,
figures" to show how the livestock industry would be hurt by con-
trols, several reporters walked out of the meeting in disgust. Of ,
some 250 Senate and House members present, however, only one
dt-red challenge ringleader Kline and his cattlemen cohorts ,
North Carolina's Harold Cooley, chairman of the House Agri-
culture Committee. Vexed at the way the cattlemen had earlltw
stampeded his committee, Cooley taunted: i
"I've been listening to a lot of bull here when we ou-rh ?"' .
talking about the cost of beef. Instead of all this oratory, I thlh-
you gentlemen who represent the livestock industry snouiu ,-e i
giving us some facts and figures so Congress can determine
whether controls are justified."
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, toe.)
i


Los rojos inician nueva ofensiva en Corea
TOKIO, Mayo 1 (UP) Las tropas comunista recaptura-
re a Dije en el frente oriental y enriaron tropas a Iniciar iner-
tes ataques contra las lneas aliadas a trars de Corea hasta
Sel en el oeste. .
loe desraihos del frente dicen que todos los ataques comu-
nistas, los cuales pueden ser la reanudacin de la tensiva raja,
fuero* rechinados eon excepcin de Inje.
Las comunistas han extendido sus cabexas de puente a tra-
vs da ruaban y Sovan* en el frente central protegidos por la
Hurla y los cielos nuelados.
La reanudacin de los ataques comunistas fueron acompaa-
es por el rugir de la artillera en el frente oriental y el sonido
de cornetas en el frente central.
Un oficial aliado en el frente occidental al norte de Sel dijo
que los rojos se estaban colocando en posicin para un mayor
ataque all.
La ofensiva reja exploto en el sector de Inje anoche, prote-
gida por una barrera de fuero de artillera de tres horas, la cual
ha sed* descrita como el mayor asalto de artillera comunista en
toda la guerra.
Los rojos desalojaron a las tropas Sur-Coreanas de dos ce-
rros e Irrumpieron en Inje al amanecer de hoy y continuaron
avansande hacia el sur con fieros ataques durante el da.
Hacia el este le* rejos lansaron des grandes ataques contra
los puntos clares de los aliados al este de Chonchn y lograron
colocar rarlas cabezas de puente a travs del Ro Pukhan.
Al este de Chunchon los rojos lansaron nn ataque que dur
ilos horas. Los rojos lograron infiltrarse basta a 309 yardas de
las lneas aliadas antes de iniciar la earga al toque de cornetas
v pitos.
Los despachos del frente dicen que los ataques de los Chinos
provienen de la cabeza de puente comunista en Soyang al este
de Chunchon en donde los ataques crecen en Intensidad.
La artillera aliada lanz una lluvia de fuego sobre los co-
munistas en los vaUes al sur de Soya*. Un oficial aliado dijo
que se hablan disparado "varios miles de andanadas'*.
Una patrulla aliada tuvo una batalla de siete horas contra-
tos comunistas al sur-oeste de Kapyong, siendo entonces obliga*
da a retirarse cuando los rojos lansaron otro batalln a la la*
ha.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejrcito dijo que los camiones car-
gados con soldados y abastecimientos estaban llegando al rea
de batalla de Chunchon-Kapyong, protegidos por el mal tiempo.
Los aviones aliados, sinembargo, lograron abrirse paso entra
Iss nubes r atacaron el rea de concentracin comunista crea
de Chorwon.
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PANAMA, R. r, MIRCOLES, MATO 16, 1951
CINCO CENTESWOS
Eierce funciones judiciales la Asamblea
El Gobierno de
Bogot suspende
las elecciones
BOGOTA, Msyo 16 (UP)
El redor Ejecutivo dio a la
pubUeldad un decreto expedi-
da por el Consejo de Minis-
tros per I cual se penden
las elooelaaes lijadas para
Junio pata elegir el Congreso
y las Asambleas, el cual dis-
pone U er*a.:in de an orga-
nismo tcnico dotado "del ele-
mento cientfico de identifica-
cin que ofrezca mximas ga-
rantas".
El decreto no fija la fecha
en que se realizaran las elee-
cioaes, pero establece que el
Gobierno convocar a las mis-
mas M dias despus que la
Corte Electoral haya enviado
a les corregimientos de todo
el pas lal ista de ciudadanos
que kan registrado la nueva
cdula de Identificacin.
El Embajador de
Mxico hace una
aclaracin
En relacin eon noticia publi-
cada respecto a la Embajada de
Mxico y el Dr. Carlos fi. Brin,
Su Excelencia, Don Eduardo
Morillo Safa, Embajador de Me-
na hecho las siguientes
m s la Pgina col *>
&
Fue indagado en la maana de
hoy el Doctor Arnulfo Arias
Investigan cargos
hechos al doctor
Publio A. Vsquez
La Asamblea Nacional desis-
to a los HH. DD. Luis Quintero
Celerin, Efrain Mir y Carlos
Hal Morales, para que en tr-
mino de ocho dias resuelvan lo
conducente, con respecto a un
denuncio, que fu presentado a
ia Cmara contra el Dr. Pubio
A. Vsquez, en el cual se alega
que ha faltado a sus deberes Ce
funcionarlo publico.
La denuncia se Informa que
el Magistrado Vsquez ha de-
jado de asistir a la Corte Su-
p>cma de Justicia desde el di)
3iete de los corrientes, cuando
se comenzaron a ventilar varios
Habeas Corpus; agrega el de-
nunciante que el Dr. Vsquei
fu llamado en distintas ocasio-
nes sin conseguir que se pif*
sentara al despacho.
A la demanda se acompa
un certificado de la Corte Su-
prema de Justicia.
Estn intactos los archivos
de los records policivos que
se guardan en la P. Secreta
Pero fueron quemados numerosos documentos y el
ms grande desorden impera en todos los
cuartos y pasillos
Don Hctor Valds Jr., Ins-
pector General de la Polica
Secreta Nacional, en compaa
uel Sub-Inspector de esta ins-
titucin, Capitn Pedro Ju'.lo
Piez, se encontraban esta ma-
ana poniendo orden en la* d'-
fci entes secciones de la Secie-
ta, que quedaron, despus del
combate, en el ms completo
oesorden-
c.1 espectculo de muebles y
siilaa rotas, atrincheradas oe-
u;s de las ventanas, es coaiun
en los cuartos que dan 'naca
U plan de la Lotera. Enorme
cantidades de papeles de ios
ai chivos de la Institucin estn
legados por los pasillos entre
los restos de cenizas dejados por
as fogatas hechas al quemat e-
norme cantidad de documento;.
Si Despacho del Inspector Ge-
neral, Presenta tambin el mis-
mo cuadro y cientos de retra-
tos de los archivos estn rea-
dos por el suelo.
El Inspector General Hctor
V-ids Jr., declar que todava
lleva su tiempo restablecer el
orden en la Secreta, dijo que
imprimir una serla direccin a
la institucin y se esforzar
porque preste a la comunidud
lj servicios que la sociedad lo
reclama.
Don Hctor Valds Jr., dijo
que los archivos centralizados
de la instituclon donde se m-
Ua el record de los delincuentes,
*e encontraba en orden.
Se declaran en huelga 650
mdicos internos para que
les aumenten sus salarios
Imponen marca de
velocidad en una
conferencia
PARIS, Mayo 16 (UP)Hoy se
estableci un nuevo 'record"
de brevedad en la Conferencia
de delegados de Cancilleres de
los Cuatro Grandes que cele-
braron su 52a. sesin tratando
de llegar a un acuerdo en cuan-
to al orden del dia para la con-
ferencia de Cancilleres.
El "record" fu de menos de
un minuto, aunque hay dispari-
dad de criterio en cuanto si fu
treinta o cuarenta y cinco se-
gundos.
El Dr. Philip C. Jeasup, dele-
gado de Estados Unidos comen-
t la reunin preguntando a sus
colegas si deseaban hablar cuan
do nadie contestara sugiri de-
clarar un reces hasta mafiana.
Los cuatro delegados y casi 50
ayudantes y traductores salle-
ron tranquilamente del saln.
CAIRO, mayo 18. (UP).
Alrededor de 850 mdicos se
encontraban en huelga anoche
y en los hospitales del Go-
bierno slo se admiten casos
de emergencia.
La huelga, que comenz el
sbado se debe a la solicitud
de aumento de salarlos de los
mdicos Internos en los cuatro
hospitales universitarios con-
trolados por el Gobierno.
El doctor Baja Ibrahim El
Mlniaw, presidente del Colegio
Mdico de Egipto, dijo que ste
haba pedido al Ministro In-
terino de Salubridad que acce-
diera a la peticin de loa huel-
guistas.
A pesar de la huelga, los m-
dicos no se niegan a asistir a
casos de emergencia.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
25,200
La Comisin se traslad al
Cuartel Central de Polica
donde se encuentra detenido
La audiencia tendr lugar en el recinto de la Asam-
blea Nacional el 25 de este mes
Los diputados Heraclio Bar-
letta, Marcos A. Robles y Loren-
zo Barrase, miembro de la Co-
misin designada ayer por la
Asamblea Nacional para instruir
las sumarlas contra el Dr. Ar-
nulfo Arlas por extrallmitacin
de funciones pblicas, se tras-
lad esta maana al Cuartel de
Polica para tomarle declara-
cin.
- En estas diligencias est ac-
tuando como secretarlo, el Li-
cenciado Luis Carlos Abrahams,
designado esta mafiana para
tai cargo por el Presidente de
dfcha Comisin Investigadora,
HD. Lorenzo Barraza.
Se tiene entendido que el Dr.
Arnulfo Arias estar presente en
la audiencia pblica que cele-
brar la Asamblea en pleno el
dia de la vista de la causa, que
ser el 25 de este mes.
Uno de los miembros de dl-
Capitn colombiano
se fuga y consigue
asilo en Embajada
BOGOTA, Mayo 18 (UP) -
El Capitn Alfredo Silva Rome-
ro, de la Fuerza Area Colum-
bians, condenado hace poco a
cinco aos de prisin acusado
de sedicin y abuso de autori-
dad, logr evadirse de la cr-
cel el viernes pasado y busc
asilo en la Embajada de Gua-
temala el mismo dia.
El Embajador de Guatemala.
Virgilio Rodriguez Beteta se ne-
g hacer declaraciones a la
prensa, pero admiti que espe-
ra instrucciones de su Gobier-
no para prerentar la solicitud
de salvoconducto para el ofi-
cial colombiano asilado
Por su parte, la Cancillera
(Pasa a la Pag. rol. 7)
cha comisin inform a un re-
presentante de "El Panam-
Amrica" que la investigacin
se concretar a determinar la
responsabilidad que le puede ca-
ber al Dr. Arnulfo Arlas, por la
Extenso debate se
provoca debido al
arresto de Zurita
Un largo debate provoc el
problema de la detencin del
Honorable Diputado Norberto
Zurita, quien se encuentra de-
tenido en la Crcel Modelo, un
apreclable nmero de diputados
sostuvieron que la decisin de
la Comisin Legislativa Perma-
nente era Ilegal, porque esta
institucin habia actuado cuan-
do estaba en funciones la A-
samblea Nacional.
El HD. Pantalen Henriquez
Bernal, sostuvo que al HD. Zu-
derogatoria de la Constitucin | rita no debi encarcelrsele oas-
(Pas a la pgina columna ) (Pasa a la Pg. 6 Col >
los Militares se tomaron
el poder en Bolivia ayer
LA PAZ, Maye 18 (UP). El Presidente Mamerto
Urrlolagoltia renanel y ana Junta Militar tom el con-
trol del Gobierno de Bolivia proclamando an estado de
sitio.
Los primeros Informes indican que el golpe de estado
fu apresurado por el desarrollo de las recientes eleccio-
nes. La Junta, bajo la presidencia del General Hugo Ba-
llivan se encarg del Gobierno despus que Urriolagoltia
present su renuncia a la 1:36 de la maana al General
Ovidio Quiroga, Comandante en Jefe de las Fueraas Ar-
madas.
Urrlolagoltia, quien estaba tratando de apaciguar el
pas despus de la enconada lucha electoral, dijo: "He
tratado en vano de apaciguar el pas. No veo otra solu-
cin que la de entregar el comando al Ejrcito para que
asegure la paz del pas".
El candidato del Gobierno, Gabriel Gosalves, termin
de segundo en las elecciones.
Fas Estenssoro va a la cabeza con 54,129 votos; Go-
salves 40,381; Bernardino Bilbao. 13,259; Guillermo Gutie-
rres, 6,654; Toms Ello, del Partido Liberal, 6,530 y Jos
Arce, 5,176.
La Junta de Gobierno es la siguiente: Presidente y
Ministro de Defensa, Hugo Ballivan; Relaciones Exterio-
res, Coronel Toms Antonio Surez; Ministro de Gobier-
no, General Antonio Seleme; Hacienda, Coronel Luis Mar-
tines; Economa, Coronel Carlos Montero; Comunicacio-
nes, General Donato Cardoso; Educacin, Coronel Carlos
Ocampo; Trabajo, Coronel Sergio Snchez; Agricultura,
Coronel Facundo Moreno: Salubridad, Coronel Valentn
Gomes.
El ex-Presidente Urriolagoitia parti hacia Arica en
donde tomar un avin rumbo a Washington. Se ha or-
denado la captura inmediata de Juan M. Balcazar, Jefe
del Partido Republicano r actual Presidente del Congre-
so.
Aceptan a Cuba
interventora en
el caso de Haya
LA HAYA Mayo 16 (UP)
La Certa Internacional de
Justicia acept a Cuba como
"parte Interventora" en el ca-
se de asile catre Colombia y
Per y despus escuch los
argumentos de Colombia en la
disputa sobre el lder aprlsta
ruano Victor Ral Haya de
Torre.
El agente de Colombia, Jos
Gabriel de la Vega termin su
disertacin pidiendo a la Cor-
te: Primero, que especifique
en que forma Colombia y Pe-
r dejarn ejecutar la deci-
sin de la Corte del 2 de No-
viembre de 1956, y segundo,
que establezca que Colombia,
de acuerdo con esa decisin,
no est obligada a entregar a
Haya de la Torre al Peru.
Embajador en la
Rep. de Nicaragua
ser C. L Fbrega
En fuentes allegadas a los
cu culos oficiales fuimos Infor-
mados hoy que el caballero don
Carlos Lopes Fbrega er
nombrado en breve Embajador
e Panam en la Repblica de
Nicaragua.
El Sr. Lpez Fbrega desem-
pe con acierto la represen-
tacin diplomtica panamea
en aquel pas durante cinco a-
os, est vinculado por amis-
tad personal con el Excmo Sr.
Presidente Don Alcibadcs Aro-
jcmena y cuenta con mucha
tuipalia y estimacin en la co-
munidad nicaragense.
Tramo de carretera
de Panam a David
est en mal estado
Uno de nuestros correspon-
sales viajeros que acaba de lle-
gar de Chltr nos asegura que
es cuestin de dias el que el
trnsito quede interrumpido en
el sector que los camioneros a-
tas c a d o s bautizaron con 1
nombre de "Corea". Los relle-
nos, dice nuestro Corresponsal,
se estn derrumbando y hay
partes fangosas que causarn
dificultades si no se les echa
a tiempo piedra picada.
Dos millones de balboas debe
el Gobierno al Seguro Social
Hacen solicitud al
Seguro Social los
mdicos de Coln
Los miembros del Cuerpo M-
dico de Coln, acordaron me-
diante resolucin aprobada, so-
licitar a la Caja de Seguro So-
cial, que se permita a loa ase-
gurados escoger el mdico que
deseen, asi como hospitales y
laboratorios privados.
Todo parece indicar que la
resolucin la motiva el hecho
de que el Seguro mxntenia en
Coln un servicio mdico In-
completo y que no se les per-
mita a los asegurados escoger
sus clnicas, hospitales y m-
dicos.
Tambin pide la resolucin
que el Mdico Asesor que nom-
bre el Seguro Social en Coln,
se limite a trabajar como tal.
Por ltimo, dicen que se res-
paldarn todas las solicitudes y
reclamos de la Asociacin M-
dica Nacional.
El Gerente de la Caja y el
Contralor se reunirn para
solucionar este problema
Por mensualidades atrasadas en los prstamos hi-
potecarios se debe hasta hoy B.34,361.81
Cerca de dos millones de Dal-
>>uU en cuentas atrasadas e
-npleados pblicos, debe el Go-
bierno Nacional a la Caja ae
Seguro -Social segn se inform
hoy en fuentes oficiales. Pira
cu&car solucin a este problema
,ue afecta notablemente a la
economa de la Caja, maana
tendrn una reunin el Con-
tralor General de la Republic*,
son Henrique de Obarrlo y el
Gerente de la Caja de Seguro
Social, Lie. Manuel Sola P. Con
respecto a los prestamos hipo-
tecarios se nos manifest que
u la actualidad se debe a la
Cuja de Seguro Social en ,i-
iurfd de mensualidades al/aba-
das la suma de B. 34.361.81.
Esta suma se descompone usi:
Deudores morosos con seuro
o. desgravamen: B. 22,613,8;
sin seguro de desgravamen, 2,
11,06; pendientes de envi de
la Contraloria General de la
Repblica B. 34,361,81.
Segn se nos revel, en la
U>ta de morosos no solo apa-
leen personas humildes, bino
diputados a la Asamblea Naolo-
(Pasa a la Pajina Coi sana 7)
Se expone un cuadro
de Bolvar en la
Biblioteca Nal.
El cuadro del Libertador Si-
mn Bolivar creacin del genial
artista venezolano Tito Salas y
que por gesto altruista y esen-
cialmente bollvariano de la Brta.
Estelina Tejelra, ser obsequia-
do a la Escuela "Simn Cont"
de Penonom, est expuesto en
la sala de Lectura de la Biblio-
teca Nacional, para que el p-
blico admire esta obra maravi-
llosa de Arte.
Este cuadro se ofreci en ven-
ta para uno de los Estados de
la Repblica de Venezuela, y la
8rta. Tejelra por gestiones que
hizo con la Sra. Lolda Vleto de
Consolanl. Agregada Civil de la
Embajada de Panam, lo com-
pr por B.100.00 para su pueblo
natal y el 24 del prximo mes
de Julio ser descorrido su velo
en un acto cultural que se pro-
(Paaa a la pagina 6 columna I)
El Ejecutivo enviar mensaje
una vez termine sus labores
como Tribunal de Justicia
Todo parece indicar que los diputados han decidido
renunciar gastos de representacin
La Asamblea Nacional, que a-
hora ejerce funciones judie.a-
.u, se constituir en Asamblea
Legislativa, una vez termino la
audiencia del Dr. Arnulfo Alias,
la cual tendr lugar el 25 de les
corrientes.
A esta decisin se lleg en la.
reunin de Gabinete que tuvo
lugar ayer en el Palacio de la
Cancillera, segn Informes ob-
tenidos en la Secretaria de la
Presidencia.
Segn se nos inform, el o-
uierno necesita de faculta.les
extraordinarias de carcter is-
3x1, para ajustar el presupuesto
a una cifra que responda a 'a
realidad nacional, con el fin de
poner en marcha la maquina-
ria administrativa, que vljn
sufriendo tropiezos por falta de
un presupuesto adecuado.
El presupuesto que se venia
discutiendo en la Comisin n-
gliativa Permanente no pudo
entrar en vigencia, ya que fu
vetado por el rgano Ejecutivo
de ese entonces, por considerar
que no se ajustaba a la ren-
dad nacional. Ahora el Gobier-
no de Don Alcibiades Arose ..-
nu. desea que los gastos de la
Kepblica se ajusten a las en-
tradas y por consiguiente se na
.'cidldo enviar un mensaje a
ia Asamblea en el sentido da
tjue se erija en Asamblea Lcg.r-
lutlva una vez concluyan sd*
'.acores judiciales.
3e nos inform asimismo q los Ministro de Estado estn es-
tuaiando el presupuesto, para
sugerir los recortes y carr.oio
que sean necesarios para la ni-
\cacin del presupuesto.
Los educadores presentaron al
Ministro Bermdez un pliego
de aspiraciones esta maana
Solicitan que se apliquen las modificaciones de la
Ley Orgnica que aprob la Asamblea
Se nos tra trado para su pu-
blicacin el siguiente pliego de
aspiraciones que fu presentado
al Ministro de Educacin, Ing.
Ricardo J. Bermudas:
INFORMACIN A LOS
EDUCADORES DEL PAS
Un Comit formado por repre-
sentantes del Magisterio Pana-
meo Unido la Asociacin de
Profesores, el Cuerpo de Inspec-
tores de Educacin, y la Aso-
ciacin de Alumnos del Insti-
tuto de Verano present en la
maana de ayer al nuevo Mi-
nistro de Educacin un pliego
de aspiraciones para los traba-
jadores de la Enseanza.
Este pliego de aspiraciones es-
taba listo para ser presentado
al ex-Mlnistro Urriola, pero los
acontecimientos precipitaron su
calda retardando asi nuestras
gestiones.
A continuacin damos a co-
nocer tales aspiraciones:
1Solicitamos Inmediato cum
pllmiento del articulo 2a. de la
Ley n de 26 de enero de 1961
por la cual se modifican los si-
guientes artculos: 113, 159, 163,
184 de la Ley 47 de 1646.
2Solicitamos la derogatoria
del Decreto Ejecutivo No. 382,
for el cual se reorganiza el Ins-
Ituto de Verano para maestros
y que restablezca la vigencia del
Decreto No. 232 de Febrero de
1651 que lo considera como una
dependencia de la Escuela Nor-
mal "Juan Demstenes Arose-
mena."
3o. En vista de que un cre-
cido nmero de graduandos del
Instituto de Verano ha cun.pl!-
Jo con las exigencias para ob-
tener su titulo de maestro da
Escuela Primaria, creemos de
justicia que se les extienda di-
cho diplomas. Adems debe La-
Eiurse a exmenes a fines del
u;cs de mayo al resto de los es
ludanles graduados de dicha
i.u>tltucln, una vea derogado
(Pasa s la Pe t Col 7
Ser discutido el problema
de la libertad de prensa en
el Congreso de Montevideo
Falleci hoy don
Osvaldo Chapman
en esta ciudad
El conocido farmaceuta don
Osvaldo Chapman, falleci en la
maana de hoy en esta ciudad.
El seor Chapman durante mu-
chos aos se dedic a la pro-
fesin en nuestra ciudad.
En la maana de hoy la Aso-
ciacin Nacional de Farmacu-
ticos dict la siguiente resolu-
cin:
ASOCIACICW NACIONAL DE
FARMACUTICOS DE PANAMA
CONSIDERANDO:
1Que en el dia de hoy dej
de existir el distinguido miem-
bro, Don Osvaldo Chapman;
2Que el Sr. Osvaldo Chap-
man fu uno de los grandes pro-
pulsores de la Farmacia en
nuestro Pais;
3Que el Sr. Osvaldo Chap-
man contribuy siempre con el
Gobierno Nacional en la elabo-
racin de Decretos y Reglamento
tTaaa a la rat. a cal, li
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 16 (UP>
En la primera reunin cele-
brada por el Comit Ejecutivo
de la Asociacin Inter-Amerl-
caoa de Prensa se decidi in-
cluir ia libertad de prensa er. el
hemisferio occidental como le-
ma a discutirse en la reuntn
que habr de celebrarse en
Montevideo del 8 al 12 de Oc-
tubre.
El Comit Ejecutivo dijo a ia
icnsa que se incorpor ota
tema en el orden del da "po.-
'juc los peridicos y miembros
ae la Asociacin estn prewu-
pudos con el aumento de re-j-
tricciones de las libertades du-
lante los ltimos aos en r-te
Hemisferio".
Tambin fu discutido en i->r-
ina general el problema del pa-
pel peridico, pero no se toj.
accin definitiva alguna sobre
este asunto.
Sinembargo. los miembros da
Lulino Amrica recibirn infor-
mes del Comit sobre papel que
est encabezado por ngel lia-
mos, dueo y administrador oe
"El Mundo" de San Juan de
Puerto Rico.
Los miembros del Comit t--
jecuUvo son Tom Wallace, 6
tPas* a U Pas 6. Cei f) !


M^INA nos
11. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES. MATO 1. Mil
Panamamrtca
Uni INDKFimMINTB
HAKMODIO AMIAS. omlCTO*
tDITOHA PANAMA AMIltICA. A.
TlLfFONO -074tf :CMT*l MIVIOA AMBT00 PITl NO. 134
IN >' rAbltftU ITUAOO IN lTA CIUDAD. CALLI H. NO. 7
EL PUEBLO ESTA ANSIOSO DE CONOCER
TODOS LOS HECHOS
Innecesario es repetir que el retorno a la nor-
malidad constitucional fue una conquista del pue-
blo panameo el cual, en momentos de suprema
trascendencia, supo enarbolar con gallarda la ban-
dera de la Repblica hasta llevarla al triunfo en
la semana pasada por encima de todos los obstcu-
los, j
Igualmente resulta innecesario destacar que los
sucesos que culminaron el 10 de Mayo constituyen
un magnfico precedente para el desenvolvimiento
de la vida cvica panamea. Eso es algo que na-
die discute y que est arraigado ,en la conciencia
nacional.
Porque se trata de una cuestin de tanta im-
portancia y de un precedente de tal naturaleza que
sus proyecciones repercutirn en el futuro, el pue-
blo est ansioso de conocer todos los hechos que
rodearon los acontecimientos del golpe de Estado
y el desenlace del mismo. Ninguna ocasin mejor
para hacer resplandecer la luz de la verdad que
la que ofrece el proceso que actualmente sigue la
Asamblea Nacional en el ejercicio de sus faculta-
des judiciales de acuerdo con el artculo 119 de la
Constitucin.
Debe ser una justa ansia patritica de parte
del pueblo aprovechar hasta donde sea posible la
dolorosa leccin de estos sucesos a fin de conjurar
efi el futuro cualquier peligro que pudiera ensom-
brecer la tranquilidad y la libertad de la Nacin
panamea. Los sacrificios y las luchas soportadas
por la comunidad no deben ser en vano. Y frente
a la tragedia confrontada, el pueblo quiere pene-
trar muy hondo para conocer cules han sido to-
dos los mviles y los propsitos de tantos hechos
condenados por el sentimiento nacional.
Es, pues, de esperarse que los debates de este
proceso se realicen con la mayor cordura, sin pre-
cipitaciones de ninguna especie, a fin de deslindar
responsabilidades de todo orden. El ms efectivo
homenaje que se puede tributar a las vctimas ca-
das en los recin pasados acontecimientos ser la
promesa patritica de defender noestras institucio-
nes republicanas para que stas no sean jams pre-
sa de intereses personales o de grupos.
Con claridad meridiana debe brillar la verdad.
Eso es lo que quiere el pueblo para juzgar con su
autoridad moral, con esas facultades de soberano
que l supo hacer respetar, todas las incidencias
de este retazo de la historia panamea que ha sido
escrito con la sangre y con el sacrificio de muchos
ciudadanos. _____________
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Todo listo para la coronacin
de Gioconda Primera de Coln
La temporada Veraniega le
turismo de E.U. a Amrica
Latina se iniciar pronto
(El siguiente editorial fu to- Uerlo nuevos horizontes a,*-0*
nado da La Prensa de N. I.)
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 16
Uoibi Se Inicia en oreve ia
teinpoiada veraniega de tui's-
mo de los Estados Unidos ba-
ca Hispanoamrica Pocas ..fi-
tas han tenido siempre la Vir-
tud de estrechar los vinculos de
amistad entre este pueblo y sus
vecinos del Sur como el turismo.
Claro est, ello depende .ue
varios factores. En primer I li-
gar, el turismo norteamericano
se divide en dos partes: el mo-
vimiento que se efecta duran-
te la temporada invernal nor-
teamericana, y el que ocurre
durante la temporada cancula.*
aqu.
El primer movimiento o xo-
do de turistas" es el ms "privi-
legiado"; corresponde, por ie-
gia general, a las clames m a-
dineradas, las que son capaces
de pagar los precios ms < ir-
vados por hospedaje en hote.es
de primera clase, casas de hos-
pedaje, etc. Se produce durante
ios meses "trios" norteos, y
coinciden con la poca en que
esos precios son ms altos. En
otros tiempos, este movimiento
de turistas se verificaba hacia
i.uropa. La segunda Quena
Mundial vino a canalizar el -
xodo tegular 'naca la Amrica
Hispana, y particularmente nu-
ca los pases ms cercano) a
ios alados Unidos, tales como
.us de la regin del mar Ca ice
El segundo xodo se produce
durante los meses del feriad
en el Norte y afecta a clases
menos pudientes, pero no por
ello menos numerosas, de los
Estados Unidos.
Estos turistas, los del stui.-
C.o movimiento migratorio turs-
tico, tambin se han canali-
do dutante mucho tiempo a
Hispanoamrica, con gran u
nciicio de los pases vecinos de
habla espaola. Pero he aqu
que el fin de la segunda Gar-
ra Mundial y la rehabilitaron
del Viejo Mundo cmo ceiMo
turstico han venido a estable-
cer una aguda competencia c.jn
Mlipanoamrtca
Europa h contado llenipre
con una gran atraccin para el
turista americano: por razones
sentimentales, por razones eco-
nmicas y por motivos cultuia-
les.
Con el continente europeo se
ha tenido siempre magnifies
vas de comunicacin martimas
ai principio, y areas despus
Por otra parte, eso pases, en
razn de cambio favorables d
moneda, han ofrecido gran a-
traclivos al industrial, ei .0-
.neiclante, el profesional, el
empleado pblico y el simple
asalariado norteamericano. La
: .ipn acin econmica ha a-
turlstas, con nuevos encaiujs,
nuevas oportunidades y gran-
des rebajas del transporte, el
hospedaje y los precios Ce
recreo.
Europa se'encuentra al pre-
sente en pleno auge de recu-
peracin, y esto la Invita a utn-
pilar las facilidades y los atia.--
Utos para el turismo, iian
fuente de riqueza. De ah la ne-
cesidad de que Hispanoatni.il'a
se percate de la necesidad y la
conveniencia de compartir con
el Viejo Mundo por el turis.i.a
americano. Como? Pues ofre-
ciendo facilidades- para el u.o-
viniiento turstico.
Algunos pases del muudn
hispano de habla espaola, y
Biasil, percatados de la convi-
vencia. de atraerse esta grrn
fuente de ingresos, han proce-
dido a facilitar el movlmic.to
de pasajeros y turistas. Al mis-
mo tiempo, se ha tenido pre-
sente en esos pases la canve-
nltncla de ofrecer precios w-
zonablcs de hospedaje, trans-
porte y recreo.
Desgraciadamente, no es una
realidad unlvertalmente com-
prendida, y nay naciones her-
manas (fue todava distan mu-
cho de ofrecer estos encantos y
haiagos, con lo cual estlmu.an
indirectamente el xodo hacia
Europa. La Oficina de TuiLs.no
de la Unin Panamericana, y
Organizacin de Estados Ameri-
canos, vienen trabajando teso-
neradamente en esta labor, y
ha alcanzado xitos notao.es
Pero queda mucho por hac r
ofi el sentido de convencer a
los hoteleros de que es preciso
ofrecer precios razonables, a les
medios' de transporte en aU.H
pases, de que no debe desani-
marse al forastero: y en gene-
ral al medio, de esos pases, de
^ue se puede sacrificar los be-
neficio sdesmedldos inmediatos
y reducidos por las utilidades
que representa el negocio de
gran volumen.
Hispanoamrica, con sus en-
cantos de clima, paisaje, hls'o-
ria, es un campo natural pera
a atraccin del turista, si ocn
ello va la consideracin a los
intereses econmicos de ese tu-
rista, tan tenidos en cuenta, en
cambio, en Europa-
Por otra parte, el turUuiO
puede ser una fuente de rique-
za de todo el ao, si esos cen-
tros de turismos los hispano
americanos, ponindose a to-
no con las circunstancias, saben
canalizar este verano tambin
durante la poca en que los '.'.'-
ristas de los Estados Umoos
turistas Inveterados no s^n
ios ms acaudalados. En cuando
conviene aprender loa princi-
pios de la competencia modei-
na, que se afinca mis bien en
la proposicin de que el vou-
ir.cn de negocios es tan impor-
tante, casi siempre, como el
margen de utilidad exorbitante.
El acto tendr lugar'el da
sbado a las 8 de la noche
en el Colegio "Abel Bravo"
El Club Log Tigres ha preparado un programa es-
pecial para satisfaccin de miles de personas
que asistirn
COLON, Mayo 18 (RPA> jante yate y participarn a las
Tono esta listo y consultado pe- cuatro en las ceremonias de i-
ra ia regla coronacin de su uauguracin, visitando todos y
Majestad Oloconda la, Reina de
la Feria de Coln, acto que ten-
dr lugar el Sbado a las o.'no
de la noche en el Aula Mxima
del Colegio Abel Bravo y pan
cada uno de los pabellones y
locales de exposicin. A las diez
de la noche en el Club de ex-
tranjero se llevar a cabo el
reglo baile de gala en tanto nue
lo cual el Club Los Tigres, en- para el Destino est fijado
tldad organizadora de esta ac-
tividad, ha preparado un r.ro-
grama especial, para saluac-
cin de las miles de personas
que asistirn al llamativo es-
pectculo.
Como, ya hemos hecho refe-
rencia en ocasiones anteriores
se contar con el concurse de
a Banda Republicana, el Cero
del Colegio Abel, el Conjunto
Plicet, los Negros del Africa,
Maria Luisa Trujillo y los In-
dios de San Blas, ejecutando
sus bailes originales algo que
verdaderamente gustar al p-
blico presente.
Su Excelencia el Ministro de
desfile por las. principales ca-
ites y avenidas y ese mismo da
otro festival bailable en el Jo-
din Monaco a las ocho p.m.
Hijo de "Lucho"
Azcrraga toc
para MacArthur
La familia Azcrraga de Pa-
nam, parece que estn destina-
dos a-tocar msica en los reclbi-
. mlentos de los generales de cln-
Agricultura y Comercio, ing. c0 estrellas, de acuerdo con el
David Samudlo ha sido Invita-1 peridico de Tennessee, "Cav-
" para coronar a su MaJsotad lier".
Francisco Azcrraga. cadete de
la Academia Militar de Lebanon,
Tennessee, form parte de la
banda de msica que le dio la
bienvenida al General Douglas
MacArthur a su llegada a Mur-
feesboro, Tennessee, ciudad na-
tal de la esposa del General.
Segn el peridico, el padre de
Francisco, el conocido msico
Ljiis Azcrraga. dirigi su propia
banda en las ceremonias de bien-
venida del General Dwight D.
Elsenhower cuando ste lleg a
Panam despus de la segunda
guerra mundial.
do
Gioconda la., y al efecto l dis-
tinguido funcionarlo prestigiar
con su presencia el acto acom-
paada de una nutrida repre-
sentacin de esta administra-
cin.
Gioconda la. har su entrada
acompaada de sus edecane.- y
damas de honor seoritas Nan-
cy Sasso, Margarita Barcenos.
Virginia Rodrguez y Thelma
Castillo y recibir momen.os
ms tarde la visita de las Seo-
ritas Martha Spadafora, del
reinado Tipleo Nacional, Bcx'.c
Rodrguez, reina de Azuero, Ol-
ga Barraza. soberana del Club
ae Leones, Nllsa Quintero, te-
na de la caa de azcar de
Pes y Ins Lewe, Princesa de
ia colonia china residente en
este sector. Tanto Gioconda la.
como sus damas y visitantes
vestirn la pollera, el traje ti-
pleo nacional-
A las tres de la tarde del S-
bado, la Reina de la Feria y su
corte de honor llegarn a los
terrenos de la Feria en un eie-
Luls Azcrraga tiene un pro-
!;rama de solos de rgano todas
as noches atravs de la Red Pa-
namericana a las 6:45 p.sn.
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como un bobo?
Pona un peco da POBTUM an una
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AVISO

Se pone en conocimiento de los patronos
que en vista de las circunstancias extraordi-
narias de la ltima semana, se ha prorrogado
hasta el da 19 de los corrientes, inclusive, el
para pagar tin recargo las cuotas de
Seguro Social.
MANUEL SOUS P.
Gerente
Panam, 15 de Mayo de 1951.
RADIOS
R.CA.
LA POSTAL
Central 68
TEATRALBRIAS *>e*-
Una temporada ejemplar: la Ca. Lope de Vaga]
Hemos de recordar los afi-
cionados al teatro la tecien-
tsima temporada ofrecida en
nuestro mejor coliseo por ia
Compaa Lope de Vega no-
blemente espaola como una
temporada exer-rpcional. Ha si-
do una pena Que circunstan-
cias que no son para ser alu-
didas en esta seccin del pe-
ridico hayan Impedido que se
saboreara a placer la inter-
pretacin de una serle de obras
significativas y an que se
prolongara su actuacin alguna
semana ms. lzlco corolario.
El pblico ha acudido al Na-
cional. Y alguna noche con
verdaderas dificultades y pre-
ocupaciones. Ello demuestra ei
inters despertado por estos ar-
tistas dirigidos por Jos Ta-
mayo y a cuyo frente figura
Sarlos Lemos, actor extr&ordl-
rio.
Del 3 al 13 de este mes de
mayo se ban representado ocho
obras: se Inicio la temporada
con "Los Intereses Creados", la
caracterstica comedia bena-
ventiana: sigui con el "te-
lo" de Shakespeare, con "Celos
del aire" de Lope* Rublo, con
"Amores y Amoros" de los
Quinteros, con "Don Juan Te-
norio" de Zorrilla, con "El Ni-
do Ajeno" de don Jacinto, con
"La Vida es Sueofr' de don Pe-
dro Caldern de la Barca, con
"Hamlet" de Shakespeare.
Hubo dos funciones de tar-;
de correspondientes a dos do-
mingos: en ellas se represen-
taron "telo" y "La Vida es
Suefto".
El entusiasmo despertado por
la actuacin de Carlos Lemos
fue enorme. Se Justifica en
realidad.- Pasaran bastantes a-
os de que veamos un actor
de la envergadura de Carlos
Lemos por estas latitudes. Su
concepcin de lo trglcp ej im-
ponente. Sus interpretaciones
de "telo", de "Hamlet", de
"La Vida es sueo" quedan
cual piedras angulares en los
anales teatrales de Panam.
La compaa, sin poder de-
cirse que toda se eleva a la
caeegoria de Carlos Lemos, es
una compaa bien conjuntada,
serla en sus tareas, no Impro-
visadora.
No pude asistir a todas las
interpretaciones ofrecidas por
Carlos Lemos y sus artistas. Me
perd "Los Intlereses Creados",
cuyo primer acto, en sus dos
cuadros, y su prlogo, me a-
gradan sobremanera tampoco
pude ver "Celos del aire", co-
media nueva muy alabada por
la critica espaola, comedia en
tono menor. Al "Don Juan Te-
norio" no asist debido a la pe-
ripecia poltica: me dicen los
que asistieron que se ofreci
ese drama religioso-fantstico
maravillosamente. Tambin "El
Nido Ajeno" significaba para
mi una amable aoflranza. la
la comedia que inicia la reno-
vacin de un teatro la come-
da que derrota otro teatro.
"Amores y Amoros" declaro
que no me Interesa ni poco ni
mucho y que fue el punto d-
bil de ata temporada dt la
compaa Lope de Vega.
Pero s goc "telo", "Ham-
let" y sobre todo "La Vida es
sueo".
T en las dos tragedlas y la
Insuperable comedia pude per-
suadirme de la calidad de ac-
tor de Carlos .Lemos. To ta
discuto: parg mi es el primer
actor actual en lengua espa-
ola. Rafael Rlvelles es, sin du-
da, un actor excepcional. Pe-
ro quiz en aqullas obras qua
no se ajustan por completo a
su temperamento, se amanera,
Carlos Lemos supera ei ama-
neramiento.
Algo ms hemos de sealar:
el buen gusto da decorado y
de figurines. Asi como la au-
sencia de apuntador. No cabe
admitir, a estas alturas, la des-
prestigiada concha en una re-
presentacin que inspire a lo-
grar arte.
. Los decorados de "La Vida es
sueo", debidos a "Sjgfreoo
Burgman, constituyen modelo
de buen gusto. Y los da "te-
lo" y los de "Hamlet'*. Lo do
"telo" son de Emilio Burgos.
Esta dignidad, sta nobleza,
esta discrecin, han de ser los
distintivos de una compaa
como la que se acoge al nom-
bre de Lope de Vega.
Declaro que senti la autn-
tica emocin de teatro .al asis-
tir a estas representaciones do
los cmicos espaolea encabe-
zados por Carlos Lemos.
Y dejo aqu constancia do
mi felicitacin emocionada a
Carlos Lemos y sus huestes.
Asi como a' Jos Tamayo, un
andaluz legitimo. Cierto que.
nosotros no fuimos nadie para
l. Pero nos permitir un ho-
menaje modesto y desinteresa-
do de admiracin. Qudense loa
ditirambos del Director de la
Compaa para sus cordiales
amigos.
Ay! Y no olvidemos a Her-
bert pe Castro, el lotellfegnti-
simo animador, que fue quien
nos trajo las alllnas...
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tiene los
mejores programas


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mm hies:.,
el Conquistador
Ahora usted puede ir a Buenos Aires
disfrutando del lujo de "El Conquistador,**
que sita a esta bella metrpolis argentina
a slo 16 horas y H minuto* de Panam.
Ei lgico que "El Conquistador" preste servicio a Bueno Aires
mundialmente famoso por su exquisita elegancia. Porque
"El Conquistador" ofrece una elegancia semejante en
transporte areolujosa cabina, esmerada atencin suave
y amplias literaj... y, para hacer an ms grato tu viaje,
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UN BREVE MENSAJE POR EL Rvdo. OSBORN
'
Concurrencia tpica en las reuniones del Rvdo. Osborn en Cuba, Puerto Rico y los Estados Unidos
FOTOGRAFAS mostrando diversas curaciones
(1) Victima, que tenia que ser Iterada en silla de manos, totalmente sanada. (2) Enferma e intil por una (rave dolencia de las articulaciones, instantnea-
mente sanada en Cuba. (3) Curada totalmente de una crnica enfermedad en la espalda. (4) En Cuba. Nia curada instantneamente. (5) Cenando a un
lado toda clase de ayuda, despus de haber sido completamente sanada, a las dos semanas de campaa. (8) Sanada despus de haber tenido que estar usando
una FAJA por espacio de 8 aos. (7) Profesantes, luego de haberse entregado al Evangelista para ser sanados, haciendo fila para que orara por ellos.
OPERADA DE LA CADERA MILAGROSAMENTE SANADA
TESTIMONIO DE UNA NIA CON MULETAS RETRATADA ARRIBA
"Toda mi vida haba tenido deficiencia de calcio y hace cerca de dos aos los huesos
de la cadera comenzaron a separarse, especialmente uno. Se fu poniendo peor hasta se-
pararse completamente y sufra mucho. Hace diez meses el mdico me oper y sac el
hueso izquierdo de mi cadera y despus estuve 5 meses en cama, el Doctor me puso mu-
letas con las que deba andar el resto de mi vida. Era imposible caminar por.el resto de mi
vida. Pero estoy tan contenta que apenas puedo dar mi testimonio por las lgrimas. El ;
Evangalista Osborn or por todos los enfermos de parlisis al mismo tiempo y orden a los
paralticos y cojos a caminar en el nombre de Jess. Yo dej mis muletas y camin por fe '
como el Evangelista haba ordenado. Parecer imposible creerlo pero yo testifico la verdad
que fui sanada instantneamente y de una manera completa. Algo sucedi en mi cadera.
Yo puedo caminar como cualquiera de los oyentes. Yo cog mis muletas y fui a la plata-'
forma y di un testimonio a los periodistas, dej mis muletas y me fui caminando como an
tes de mi enfermedad." NORIS LOPEZ. Mejia, Oriente, Cuba.
SANADA DE POLIOMIELITIS
(APARECE EN LA CUARTA FOTO DE IZQUIERDA
A DERECHA)
Durante la campaa de Osborn en Santiago
de Cuba el ao pasado.
"Cuando yo tena nueve aos y medio de edad fui ataca-
da de parlisis infantil. Seis meses despus que ca enfer-
ma el Doctor me puso en ambas piernas aparatos ortop-
dicos y me dijo que tendra que usarlos hasta la edad de
18 aos y quizs ms. El sbado 18 de abril de 1950, asist
a la campaa de sanidad divina que diriga el Evangelista
Osborn, quien hizo una oracin para todos los enfermos,
yo me quit los aparatos otropdicos y puedo decir en ver-
dad que mis piernas estn normales como antes de estar
enferma. Espero tener un nuevo par de zapatos el lunes."
EMILIA PIRI DUARTE.
San Mateo, 212 Santiago de Cuba.
"No soy ningn curandero." No ten*
{o ningn poder propio con que hacer
milagros. Dios es el nico sanador...
He venido a la Repblica de Panam
para ensear a la gente exactamente
lo que ensea la Santa Biblia... To*
dos aquellos que tengan fe en la pro-
mesa de Dios y que crean en la Bi-
blia recibirn las bendiciones de Dios.
... Dios siempre ha sanado a Los en-
fermos. Jess san a los enfermos.
Los discpulos sanaron a ios enfer-
mos. Seales, maravillas y milagros
fueron hechos durante la era apost
lica... "Jesucristo es el mismo ayer
y hoy y por los siglos." (Heb. 13:8).
. ..I'l da de milagros no ha pasado.
"Lo que Dios hizo en los
das bblicos, har por
aquellos que crean en
Sus promesas .. Ven*"
gan y traigan a sus fa-
miliares y vecinos enfer-
mos a estas reuniones,
no importa cuales sean
sus sufrimientos ... Es-
cuchen la Palabra de
pos Crean en Sus,
promesas ... Tengan fe.
en Su poder, y Dios har
los milagros.''
"
T. L. OSBORN
FEHACIENTE TESTIMONIO DE LA CAMPANA DE OSBORN
TULLIDO POR IS ANOS!

Ms de 15,O* personas asisten a las reuniones del Rvdo. Osborn en el paran e "Charles H. Terry" en Marzo de este ao en Ponce, Fuerto Rico, presenciando
lot milagrea de sanidad divina, todas las noehes.
Mas de Zt.tM perronas acuden a la ran reunin de bautismo en agua que se celebr en las orillas del Mar del Caribe cerca de Ponce. Puerto Rice en la
cual oficiaron ms de treinta ministros religiosos de todas las denominaciones. Este rito culmin con la gran campaa de sanidad divina ue se celebr
en Ponce en Marzo de este ao.
Fuimos visitados en la maana de ayer por el Rvdo. Frank Hernndez, Presidenta
de la Asamblea de Iglesias Cristianas, quien ha venido a Camagey, de Puerto Rico
para ser Intrprete Oficial del Rvdo. T. L. Osborn. Nos habla de la curacin de Don Juan
Santos, practicada en su presencia hace un ao en la ciudad de Ponce, dentro de la
campaa de T. L. Osborn. De manos del Sr.Rvdo. Hernndez recibimos el testimonio por
el Sr. Santos, que dice as:
"Por espacio de quince aos
yo estaba paraltico. Mis dos
piernas estaban torcidas,
completamente rgidas y pa-
ralizadas. Estaban casi pega-
das y la nica manera en
que poda moverme era a-
rrastrndome con la ayuda
de un corto bastn como de
diez pulgadas de largo y con
un pequeo banco de seis
pulgadas de alto. Yo no po-
da enderezar mis piernas, ni
ponerme de pie o sentarme
en una silla por espacio de
quince aos. Yo asist a la
gran campaa de Sanidad Di-
vina y escuch la Palabra de
Dios predicada y enseada
por el Evangelista T. L. Os-
born. El me explic clara-
mente que Dios me sanara
si yo tena fe y aceptaba ple-
namente las promesas de
Dios. Despus de la oracin
comenc a moverme. Not
que mis rodillas comenzaban
a recobrar algn movimiento. Esto me conmo vio de tal manera que hice un esfuerzo por
ponerse de pie. El Jefe de la Polica estaba cerca de donde yo estaba y quiso ayudarme
en algo. En unos momentos yo estaba sobre mis pie: mis piernas se enderezaron per.
rectamente en el acto y nueva vida fluy e n ellas, fui totalmente sanado de una manera
tan completa e instantnea, que a la multitud se le haca difcil creer que unos momentos
antes yo estaba arruinado fsicamente. Yo le s mostr el pequeo bastn y el banquito, lo
cual contemplaron y los reconocieron como I os que yo siempre usaba. Nadie puede imagi-
narse lo contento y feliz que me siendo en p oder estar sano otra vez. Pude comer mi pri-
mera comida sentado a la mesa con mi fami lia por espacio de quince aos. Yo haba com
prado un juego de muebles haca ms de u n ao y no haba podido usarlos. Ahora estoy
sano y todos los que me conocen estn mar viilados ms all de lo que las palabras pue-
den expresar a causa de este glorioso milagr o que Dios ha obrado en mi cuerpo. Toda la
gloria y la honra sea para el Seor, AMEN."
(Firmado: J. SANTOS
v Calle Claussells No. 3, Ponce, Puerto Rico.)
* \
Durante 15 aos este hom-
bre camin, arrastrando su
cuerpo mediante un sopor-
te de seis pulgadas de lar-
go y un banquillo Sus
piernas estaban, durante ese tiempo, unidas y
tesas; pero, cuando se ofreci la oracin de la
Fe por au curacin. Dios lo cur milagrosamente,
en forma instantnea y perfectamente. Se reta
a la investigacin de este milagro de Sanidad
Dirina.


/AHINA COAYR
It PANAMA AMF.RICA DIARIO INDEPRNDIENTR
MIRCOLES, MAT 16, 1151
Fulminada por un rayo muere i
una seora que iba a buscar
a su hijo de tres meses
CAAZAS, mayo 15.(Corresponsal) Ful-
minada por un rayo dej de existir ayer en esta
poblacin la seora Cristina R. de Pineda, madre
de tres hijos pequeos que hoy quedan en la or-
fandad. El trgico suceso tuvo lugar en la tarde
de ayer cuando la mencionada seora sala de mi
casa a buscar un hijito de tres meses que se en-
contraba en casa de su suegra. ...
No haba caminado unos cincuenta metros
cuando el rayo fatal la dej inanimada para siem-
pre.
A LA MEDIDA.Esta mquina de hacer hueco est tiendo
demostrada en Roma por ingenieros italianos. La mquina pue-
de hacer un hueco de ocho pies en menos de dos minutos, para
que los soldados puedan atrincherarse.
Al cabo de unos cien aos

$es posible que se duplique
la poblacin de la. tierra
NACIONES UNIDAS. N. Y.
Si la 'poblacin del mundo ron-
na aumentando en la mls-
a proporcin que a.1 presente.
loa habitantes del planeta se
habrn duplicado en nmero al
Cabo de unos cien aos.
En un estudio analtico so-
$re la poblacin del nrur.do du-
plicado por las Naciones Uni-
das se menciona que los ha-
Sitantes de Amrica tiel Sur y
el Norte en el ao 1949 al-
canzaron a 321 millones, o sea
n equivalente del 13 por ciento
de la poblacin tolal del mun-
do.
Aunque no hay estadsticas
completas sobre el Asia, y des-
de luego no se tiene informa-
cin alguna sobre la China, se
l)a logrado establecer por lo
menos que en el continente a-
riatiro con la exclusin do
Rusia habita ms de la mi-
tad de la poblacin le mundo.
El mayor incremento de po-
blacin en el Oriente se regis-
tra en la India y Pakistn. En
estas regiones durante los l-
timos treinta aos la pobla-
nmero las prdidas sufridas a
consecuencia del conflicto.
En un anlisis comparativo
del total de nacimientos y del
total de fallecimientos el estu-
dio publicado por las Nacio-
nes Unidas demuestra que du-
rante el ao 1949 los naci-
mientos ascendieron a unos 87
millones mientras que los fa-
llecimientos no pasaron de $0
millones.
En lo qye se refiere a la
edad de las personas, el estudio
indica que en Europa, los Es-
tados Unidos y el Canad es
donde existe el mayor nmero
de habitantes con edades de 60
aos para arriba. En estas re-
glones del globo las personas de
60 aos y ms constituyen cer-
ca del 14 por ciento de la po-
blacin.
En Africa, en el Sur y en
el Centro de Asia y en la Am-
rica Latina es donde es me-
nor en proporcin el nmero
de habitantes que pasan de los
sesenta.
En un anlisis global los ni-
os de alrededor de 15 aos
Los mdicos de Oc atendern
gratis a sus coterrneos
- CRUCIGRAMA -
I 2 3 4 5 | 7 S 9 10 11 12
r
15
17 I 19 afl 20
r |
m
y ?
33 34 35 1 M26 37 39
40 ;K
44 lt 47
48 49 51
52 t
54 \*
HORIZONTALES:
1 Gabn large.
7Adverbio de oar.ticad.
13Carentes de levadura.
14Detuviera.
15Parte del cuert.o humano.
16Ciudad de Francia
17Amarre.
18Nombre de mujer.
20Remueve la tierra con el
arado.
21Del verbo talar.
23Afresla de ahora.
24Amarrar.
26Olor agradable
27Ermitao.
29Altar.
31Agarradera.
32Diese o tuviese un apodo.
36 Palma de adorno.
40Divina.
41Marchar.
43Contrario de buena, Inv.
44Nombre de mujer.,
45Del verbo adobar.
47En el mar.
44Mueco, ttere.
! 50Zarcillos.
52Querer con adoracin.
53Trenza que se dejan los
chinos y los toreros.
54Aparato para rawr.
55 Gruesas.
VERTICALES:
1Pacfica, timorata.
2Aceptar, admitir.
3Calumnia por escrito.
4Letra castellana.
5Pedazo de corteza de rbol.
6 Atrevido, audaz.
7Recurriera en apelacin.
8Poblacin de Indonesia.
9Marchare. Inv.
10Cetceo americano, herv-
voro.
11 Montaa de Armenia.
don ha crecido en un total de constituyen el 36 por ciento de
125 millones de habitantes. la poblacin total del mundo
.... j y las personas entre 15 v los 59
En 1949 un censo de la po- aos "representan el 57 por
.^^K.^0 U? cient0 de los "abitantes del pa-
aumento de 20 millones sobre el neta
total de poblacin registrado en
1939 lo cual indica que durante
los aos de la guerra y la
postguerra los nacimientos com-
pen s a r o n favorablemente en
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
fagina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
Don Boldweg fue
cambiado a los
Yankees de N. Y.
Don Bolweg, primera base de
los Cardenales de San Lujs y ex-
estrella de las campaas Zonei-
tas con los Campeones del Cris-
tbal Motta's fu cambiado a los
Yankees de Nueva York por la
tercera base Bllly Johnson, se-
gn anunci hoy la radio. El re-
porte dice que tanto Bolweg co-
mo Johnson fueron declarados
fuera de su liga. Se anunci que
los Yankees nan obtenido una
cantidad de dinero en la tran-
saccin pero no se divulg la su-
ma.
Cuando lave tu excusado, o I
. fto. deainfcteloa agregando
LYSOL al agua. Ponga 2;,
i cucharada* de L YSOL an cada S
litros de agua. LYSOL extermina
\ loa microbios y es desodorante.
. LYaOL es el desinfectante
' eonoan tracto, de accin
) laboriosa, sjue desinfecta
i V aspia la ves.
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12Echara sal.
19Letra cuAusllana.
22Querioa :n amor.
24 Qu ib le I i.
26 Altar.
28Demostrativo.
30Para asirse.
32pelada al rape Inv.
33Mariana, mrtir andaluza.
34Figuras geomtricas.
35Rec, Inv.
37Mazorcas de maz tierno.
38Cala pequea.
39Haces masa.
42Aparato para aprender a
sumar.
45Alero, parte de los tejados
47Cuerpo simple. Inv.
49Letra castellana.
51Otra letra castellana.
Sli'iiinv rF *YF>
inmra amara aam
rauHH rirafifTiHrciPia
nriLiPiama aun
ana anaana
llMrJHr.HJHMr.l i4e'
uiimh amu aacira
hdq Binara r'iuun
HKJH E3HSP1 PlftPlH
Actuarn en esta forma hasta
que el Gobierno designe al
Director de esa institucin
OCU, Mayo 18 (Correspond*
En visita celebrada durte
ultimo fin de semana el Dr Jj-
s Mara Nez, eminente ocjc-
o atendi gran cantidad de
personas en la unidad sanitaria
de esta localidad.
El Dr. Nez nos manifesto
que los mdicos ocueos han h-
cordado turnarse para que ca-
da domingo venga uno a pres-
tar sus servicios profesional
en esta localidad, hasta tanto
el Gobierno Nacional designe rl
medico director de la Unla.d
sanitaria de Oc, ya que como
es sabido desde hace algn
tiempo no lo hay en esta po-
blacin.
Aplaudimos tan nobre ge.o
de los mdicos ocueos y exi-
tamos a las autoridades sanita-
rias a fin de que sea nombra-
do cuanto antes el mdico di-
rector de esta unidad.
Seis edificios para internos
se terminan en el Instituto
de Artes Mecnicas de Divisa
DIVISA, Mayo 16 (Corfespoii-
>ai) En el transcurso de gata
semana sern terminados e-
linillvamente los seis dormito-
rios con capacidad para ms de
30 alumnos cada uno y un i-
lon amplio para biblioteca, es-
tudio y actos culturales en ge-
neral, en el Instituto de Artes
Mecnicas de Divisa.
Esta obra que fu iniciada y
terminada por la actual admi-
nistracin, ha sido construida
con proyecciones al futuro y no
iindose al criterio estrecho
del presente o del momento.
Est institucin vocaclonal
que lleva apenas 4 aos de es-
tar funcionando y que actual-
mente tiene una matricula de
ms de 159 alumnos, se espera
que, tan pronto haya las palu-
das para abrir nuevos talleres
como se ha prometido y estu-
diado, ser en un futuro muy
ccicano, la verdadera escuela
dt Artes y Oficios de nuestro
interior.
Segn se nos ha informado,
a entrega Oficial e lnauguin
clon de esta nueva obra por el
actual mandatario, ser ruuv
pronto.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
Numerosas casas comerciales
participarn en la Feria que
se celebrar en Coln el 19
COLON, Mayo 16 (BPF) Eu
la Feria Comercial, Agropecua-
ria e Industrial que se ha de 1-
naugurar en esta ciudad el si-
mado 19 de Mayo, cuarenta v
dos casas comerciales exhiba n
>iis productos. Artsticamente
presentadas, dichas exhibicio-
nes presentarn al pblico una
gran variedad de productos, en
gran parte de la Industria >a-
conal.
Las caas comerciales tfUS
nasta la fecha han reservado
espacio en la Feria son laa si-
NORMAS
'Loa Cerrsepaneale* defiera,
ceirse a ia* niu desapasiona
das norrias pfiriodistlca* Uebei
en lar al petMdlco los asunto
noticias inAo intersame*
afecten a la comunidad En ab
soluto se trata de ana aporta
nldad para hacer determinada
rampatia* politleaa.
CORRESPONSALES
AMIBA
I* 'ALMA*aguasa OaiUrria a>
EL RBALgis, OkCiiU* Castrara*
PROVINCIA 01 CHIRIQUI
fcOQUETE Early Wall
LAS LAJAS- -Anu kosr.r.
JOLECA-AMassaS taima
CERR 0X rUr.TA-l.ain. Miran* a
Cabal
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BOQUERN Amonio lio.
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SAN ANDRiera.ithM MtraaSa
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ATALAYA-a.aioi Piarla
BAN PRANCI&COElla Arrsaka P.
ANTA nJoassla Carola (Vansaa*
LOO SANTOB
LA VILLA PE LOS SANTOSFraaskM.
Callarla O.
CHITRE Baal* Pmlra
LAS MINAS Evidaatdaa QuIaMas
EL 'ARArirruLO Jaaaa mum
i Lo. Saalaal
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TA. MABIARloauru Rallsa
MACARACASAqolhaa Moma r A
PARITALoepoldo Arotasoaa
TONOSIJoaqol Mo.oaara
rr.DASIt-nnnt. Otilio Vora
OCD_Vlr*lllo Arsfslo
LAB IASLAPJo.. AnKml. 8a
IIABARRloa* Nla.ao Aassle
OCRI--Kd0TVto M. 4o
PESEJora* Aaairtaaa
gulentcs: Galletas Pascual. Ii-
nificadora Moderna, Cemenia
Panam S-A., Linea Transiw.M-
ca, S A. Aceite Urraca, Nove/.
Incorporada, Royal Crown, Com
paa de Mquinas Singers, Los Omphroy, Licores Rogelio n->
o&emena, Mueblera HenriquiV
Compaa Econogs, Rerlgeia>
dotas Kevlnator. Queso Ki:.!.,
Fcpsl Cola y Orange Cru^'i,
Compaia Nestle, National Dis'
tillery, Productos de Arc.a,
Luis Martinz (Queso y Sun:'.a-,
res), Perneo y Jos Maria Otn-i
zlcz, Calonge y Ocn, MacMi-i
lian i Fagan, Smoot y Hui.r.i-
cutt, Cervecera Nacional, Cuq-
uillos Chesterfiel, COPA, Mo-'
ta's, Ca Panamea de Llcou-s.1
Coca Cola, Dlers y Urlrlch, Loso'
Standar, Cia, Armour, C.aJ
Gwlft, Agencia Celerln, Clv s.
A., Camilo Chapman y Ponas,!
Pllnlo Vrela. Panadera Ccn-j
tral, Panadera del Pueblo, y,
Lam Hnos. S. A.
Algunas de las caas crner*'
eiales citadas tienen pabeUoi.ei
individuales en la Feria, otros
ocupan puestos en el gran pa-
belln comercial. La Ctrvec*;a|
nacional ra levantado un am-
plio pabelln en el que est*
siendo preparado un Jardin do
Cerveza, con pista de baile. 1o-
os y cada uno de los pabei.o-,
nes presentarn un aspecto ar-
tislico en la exhibicin de los
2iumei03O8 productos. Varias se-
ln las casa comerciales que o-
Irezcan muestras de sus pro-
ductos al pblico gratuitamente-
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se complace en anunciar a su distinguida clientela
que acaba de recibir las siguientes mercancas:
Sirope Italiano en botellas 'ORZATA'. 'MOTTA', 'AMARENA'.
Salamlnlto "Miln" (iUUano legitimo).
.Salami Extra "Miln'* (Italiano legtimo).
Salami "Copa" Mortadela (iU'lana).
Sardinas en sal "Sicilian".
Filetes de anchoas portuguesas en latas de 13 oz. y 2!i oz.
i'aviar ruso "Romanof" Caviar Roja Tarama, 7 Vi oz.
Halvas (Halwaah) Fava Beans (Habas)
Aceitunas preparadas er frascos "Rio Rita".
Peperonclnl griego en frascos de 1 Ib.
Pistachio Nuts de 1 Ib. y M Ib.
Blugour (Triga molido). a
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en las emisoras de la
Radio Programa Continental
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Pdr-as De Witt le ayudarn a expulsar esas
sustancias nocivas.
Las Pildoras De Witt gozan de universal
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.MIRCOLES. MAXO l. 1951


PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO BfDRPRNDIRNTI
-*-*.
rAOINA CINCO
Informe pira esta seccin se reciben en la
rseaaccin Social
Telefona t-lllB
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
ORAS: :* a II:M a.m.
Anartado 1SI
AMJ* .a 4.
rara despedir de. su vid* d*
soltera, a la Srta. Anaila Aivn-
1,0 nuitn contraer matrimonio
a line*, de sta semana, las se-
orita Oullta y Miriam Lopez,
y la Srta. Amalla Roux, or.en
esta noche un buffet en la_ re-
sidencia de las senerltas Lo*
en San Francisco.
De loa Estados Unidos
Presentamos un atento salu-
do a 8. K. el Embajador de los
Estados Unidos en el Ecuauor,
ser Paul C. Daniels y eenoift,
quines se encuentran en Pam-
m de paso para Quito-
Condolencia
Despus de larga eniermeud,
deje de existir hoy en nuestra
ciudad capital, el apreciado ca-
ballero, seor Osvaldo Chap-
mui,, tronco de distinguida te-
rnilla panamea. Presentarlos
nuestro ms sentido psame a
su esposa, seora Lolita V. de
Chapman, a sus hijos, seara
Ida Ch. vda. de Boyd, seor 1-
etnte Alfaro y seora Chela C i.
de Al."aro, Dr. Oulllermo Chap-
man y seora Martita F. ce
Chapman, seor Camilo Chap-
man y seora Amparo T. Je
Chapman, a sus nietos, y de-
mas deudos.
Condolencia
Dej de existir en dias pasu-
dos en la ciudad de Nueva Voi k
el tenor Ricardo Papelra. En-
viamos nuestra sincera expre-
sin de condolencia a su espo-
sa seora Lillian de Lapeira e
hijos, a su madre, seora Rosa-
rio vda- de Lapeira y a sus her-
manos, seora Maria Elena I*
vda. de Thompson y el seor
Enrique Lapeira y seora Ra-
quel Fbrega de Lapeira.
Presentamos nuestro sentido
j/iisme al seor John Cori y
seera Dorothy de Gorin, oor
la muerte de la madre de la ee-
f ora de Oorin, ocurrida en Mi-
nneapolis, Minnesota.
Enteraos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
see nos a la seora Celia D. de
Caldern, quien se encuerara
recluid* en la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
Ouaida cama en la Clnica
San Fernando el seor Mai.uel
de Jesus Quijano Jr. Ojal me-
jore pronto.
Sufre quebrantos de samd
en d hospital Panam el Seilor
Luis A. Tovar Pronta mejor di/se amos--
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Turra Vagllo de Maruner
S;a. Marta j. de Morrlce
Sra. Esperanza C. cu i_..^eo
s.iiior Carlos-Lleta
Nio Ernesto Onllac Navarro
Saturnina Outlrrtc
Sra. Victorlanu uuiga
Cumpleaos d* maana
Sra. Leonila Z. de Quiza Jo
Nia Carmen Arlas Vallanno
Novena de la Santsima
Trinidad
Er la Iglesia de San Fran-
cisco (capital) se est llevando
a cabo actualmente a las 7:30
m. la novena de la Santsima
i-iniciad. El ssbado despus de
la novena tendr lugar la con-
sagracin. Se invita por ese
rr.eJlo a todos los fieles cat-
lico*.
El 28 de Mayo estudiar la
"CEPAL" en Mxico informe
econmico de Amrica Latina
El Caballero de los Bosques,
campen del amor y la libertad
sto si es vivir mamita!
El btb e*t comento cuando m
lente cmodo, libre d irriucionet
de la piel... y limpiecito! Pra sto
USt Jabn y Aceite Johnion. Prote-
ja a su nene...hgale grato ti vivir!
ACEITE Y
JABN
MEXICO, DF. La Comisin
Econmica para la Amrica La-
tina (CEPAL), celebrar su
cuarto periodo de sesiones en
esta capital. La sesin inau-
gural tendr lugar el 28 de
mayo.
El programa de labores de
la reunin consistir primor-
dlalmente en el estudio del in-
forme econmico sobre la Am-
rica Latina, correspondiente al
ao 1950, preparado por la Se-
cretaria de la Comisin. Ade-
ms del estudio la CEPAL to-
mar diversos acuerdos basa-
dos en el texto de dicho in-
forme.
Este es el tercer estudio a
fondo que la Comisin lleva a
cabo sobre las diversas fases
de la economa latinoamerica-
na en sus dos aos y medio
de existencia.
La primera parte del infor-
me comprende una apreciacin
general de nuevos desarrollos
recientes que han tenido lugar
en Argentina, Brasil, Chile. Co-
lombia, Cuba. El Salvador. Gua-
temala, Mxico, Uruguay y Ve-
nezuela. La tercera parte de-
dicha atencin a una serle de
estudios realizados sobre mi-
nerales de gran importancia
econmica.
El doctor Ral Preblsch, se-
cretarlo ejecutivo Je la Co-
MISAS
Se dirn por al eterna descanso de
JUAN E. FLORES
<. e. a. i.)
Viernes lt en el Santuario Nacional......(:3S a.m.
sbado 1 en la Iglesia de Santa Aaa....fi:S* a.m.
Lunes 21 en San Francisco de la Calata.. .I:3t a.m.
Sus duedM agradecern stfs amistades
la asistencia a estes actos piadosos.
Encendiendo llama de emo-
cin y recordando a los gran-
des hroes del pasado, llega a
la pantalla: "El Temible Ro-
bin Hood", envuelto en glorio-
sas aventuras, espectculo pom-
poso, romance evocador y bri-
llante scolores,
"El Temible Robin Hood' (Ro-
gues of Sherwood Forest), mez-
cla de leyenda e historia, na-
rra un episodio inolvidable de
la historia inglesa, una formi-
dable gesta de libertad que
culmin en la Carta Magna
Espritu de libertad personifi-
cado en el hijo de Robin Hood,
el Caballero de los Bosques, y
su banda de alegres bandidos.
"El Temible Robin Hood", con
el nuevo galn del cine, John
Derek, a la cabeza de su nu-
meroso reparto, se estrena des-
de maana en los teatros Lux
y Cecilia, simultneamente.
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
HOY MIRCOLES
P.M.
3:3* El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Peflro Vargas
4:39 Dedicatorias
8.00 Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcarraga.
7:15 Maria. Drama Cigarrillos
Camel.
7:30 El Radio Peridico
"Accin"
7:45 Melodas hawallanas
8:00 Ritmos populares
8:30 Cantares de Espaa.
r.:43 Msica variada
9:00 Hacia un mundo mejor
Programa USA
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Variedad nocturnal
11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:30 Cancionero
12:00 Buenas noches
MASAN A JUEVM
A.M.
6:00 Buenos dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la Maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
JOHNSON
t ara / mile ...
U mmjr p. n>M
JovVmOH *^OvV*teH
LA MUJER PANAMEA
Invita por este medio a lee familiares de toda* aque-
llos que sacrificaron sus vidas en el doloroso conflicto
que acaba de sufrir nuestra Patria, eemo tambin a todo
el pueblo de Panam, para que asistan a la Solemne
Misa de Requiem que se ofrecer per sus almas en la
Santa Iglesia Catedral, el Tiernos lt a las S a.m.
misin, explica el fin que se
persigue eon la realizacin de
estos informes peridicos, con
las siguientes palabras:
"Es indudablemente digno de
tomarse en consideracin el he-
cho de que el crecimiento eco-
nmico de la Amrica Latina
no debe resultar del agregado
de una serle de normas lleva-
das independientemente a la
prctica. Al contrario es nece-
sario encauzar este crecimien-
to dentro del amplio marco de
una sola direccin integral de
manera que los diversos ins-
trumentos de accin puedan
coordinarse en un programa de
desarrollo que se distinga por
una clara definicin de obje-
tivos y los medios de llegar ai
alcance de los mismos".
En la preparacin del Infor-
me Econmico de 1950 colabo-
raron diez economistas inter-
nacionales bajo la direccin de
dos expertos en investigacin.
Este grupo adems recibi la
ayuda de grupos especiales de
economistas organizados en ca-
da pais latinoamericano.
La Comisin Econmica para
la Amrica Latina (CEPALi,
creada por el Consejo Econ-
mico y Social de las Naciones
Unidas en marzo de 1948. est
integrada por las 20 repblicas
latinoamericanas: los Estados
Unidos, el Reino Unido, Fran-
cia y los Pases Bajos. Entre
los fines que persigue figuran
el estudio de los problemas
econmicos creados por la gue-
rra, el mantenimiento y est-
mulo de las relaciones de or-
den econmico entre los pases
del hemisferio, a la vez que
el mantenimiento y estimula
de las relaciones econmicas
ron los dems pases del mun-
do.
GACETILLAS
Universitarias
Por & 2). m
.CinlaAVENIIl
SALUD con
SAL HEPTICA!
Dog cucharaditas de
SAL HEPTICA en un
taso de agua, bastan
para laxar con rapidez,
suavidad y eficacia. SAL
HEPTICA es una
agradable combinacin
alia y anticida. Us
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
on ms econmicas
comprando el tamao
mayor.
n i
rfrfal-Mrar Ca.
SAL HEPTICA
estn desempacando
FALDAS GABARDINA
Grises, brown, verdes, negras.
Tallas: 24 a 38.
Especial...5.25 y 5.95
FALDAS NYLON PLISADAS
Negras, azules, verdes.
Tallas: 24 a SO.
Especial... 7.95
SLACKS CON CHAQUETA
Verde, azul. aqua. rosa.
Tallas: 32 a 40.
Especial... 7.95
ZAPATOS
ROJOS
Tambin negro con
blanco y rojo con
blanco. Tallas 4 a 8.
Especial: 10.95
La Rectora de la Universi-
dad nos ha comunicado que
el prximo viernes so celebra
r una importante reunin de
todos les alumnos y profeso-
res de la Facultad de Medi-
cina, con el fin de inaugurar
oficialmente dicho curso. Di'cba
reunion ha sido anunciada pa-
ra las seis de la tarde y de-
bern concurrir todos loa estu-
diantes a la Facultad de Me-
dicina.
Con respecte a las becas pa-
ra estudiar medicina, se nos na
informado que todava no s
conoce el resultado de dicho
cancura*, y qua solamente te
presentaron once aspirantes y
que en el ltimo examen acu-
dieron siete.
Indica esto que varias be-
cas tendrn que ser puestas a
concurse otra ves.
Con respecto a lee textos de
estudios se nos Inform que ya
e encargaron varias obras fue
servirn a los estudlantce y que
deben llegar destro de poco.
Tambin est llegando el ma-
terial de osteologa encargado
especialmente per el Dr. Ma-
nuel Moreno, catedrtico da A-
natomia. El doctor Moreno se
encargar provisionalmente de
la direccin de la Facultad de
Medicina.
La Universidad ha extendido
el piase para la matrcula, que
continuar abierta esta sema-
na hasta el dia 19. Los exame-
nes de Ingls y francs se ve-
rificarn esta tarde en el edi-
ficio de Humanidades. Loa ex-
menea generales de admisin
para las diferentes facultades
sern loo dias 17 y 18 a las
5.15.
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero <2o.i
7:46 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca internacional
8:39 Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 El Molino Silencioso
La novela matinal
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45
12:00
12:13
12:30
1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:05
3:00
3:15
Grandes intrpretes de
la msica.
Msica variada
Noticiero RPA i4o.)
Solos de rgano.
Lucho Azcarraga
por Pinturas Poeo.
Noticiero deportivo
Boleros favoritos
Acordes porteos
Espaoleras
Noticias Lotera
Nacional
Intermedio selecto
Delicias tropicales
Selecciones variadas.
"Nunca sone que un polvo facial
pudiera ser f- '**.*
tan halagador''
dice
la seora
de Nicholas R. du Pont,
gentil y destacada ama de
la toedad nortear imricana
ALGO ESPECIAL'...
X U /O DE DESCUENTO
EN TODOS LOS ARTCULOS
BLUSAS BLANCAS
Tallas: 84 a 38.
Especial ...3.50
PARAGUAS DE l VARILLAS
Negro, azul. vino. Nuevos mangos.
Especial. ..3.95 y 5.^5
CREMA PASTEURIZADA
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Caterpillar D4, perfectas condi-
ciones. 2 plantas elctricas 5 Kw.
y I Kw. precios bajos. Vio Espaa
250 Tel. 3-4517.
S3 VENDE: Artculos de caso V
"muebles, tombin Plymouth 1942.
2 puertos. Lime Curundu 83-
2187.
S" VENDE:Varios motores 25 ci-
clos. Home Curund 83-2187.
S-: VENDE:Sedo fri, colores sur-
tidos y lelos estampadas y lisos Me-
Boron o LA MILAGROSA, Monte-
serin 2.
r: VENDEN:1.000 paquetes va-
cos Chesterfield. 1 U cu, El
Agricultor, Avenida "B" 67.
I-memos para la vento 4 planchas
de vidrio paro vidriera 6 x 4 x
t4" precio razonoble. Agencias
Lumina, S. A. Ave. Central 232.
Tel. 3-1033 3-1034.
SF VENDE:Por B.2,000.00 con fa-
cilidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos
puertas, con llantos blancas, cu-
bre asientos / con 7,300 millos re-
corridos. Infrmese ert lo Co. Ge-
' nerol de Seguros, S. A. de 8:00
o. m. o 1:00 p. m. 2-2040.
SE VENDE:Bus Fare" sel 44 can
derecha de ruta Marcada-Padraajal
par la ridiculo suma da $450.00.
Vea Martin, an al Panam Am-
rica.
SE NECESITA:Chivero responsa-
ble, para transportar nios de Kin-
dergarten en San Francisco. Soli-
cite informes en San Francisco.
Colle Novena No. 24. Tel. 3-
4)83.
SE NECESITAUn tractor D-7 Bull-
dozer. Haga su oferta ol aparta-
do 1500. Panam, Tel. 3-3021.
..SE NECESITA:Dependiente qua
sepa hablor ingls, sueldo y com,
sin a persona competente. Infor-
mes Joyeria Nueva York, Ave.
Central 159.
SE NECESITA: Dependiente que
hoble ngls y espaol, Almacn
Mi Casita, Centrol No. 57.
SE NECESITA:Joven entre 19 y
23 oes, poro trobojo de oficino
v mensajero, debe hablar y leer
ingles y manejar carro. Co. Inter-
nacional Importadoro. Calle 6a,
No. 5.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento?
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Avenido Mxico final y calle 43
Esta, llama 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenido Central 279. Tel. 3-
0140.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no. Calle 47 No. 3. sola, comeder.
2 recmaras, cuarto, servicio, go-
roge, etc. Tel. 3-3338.
S ALQUILA: Apartamento mo-
derno dos recmoros. Situado en
va Porros San Francisco. Llame
Tel. 3-1618.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ave.
Lefevre No. 5. Dirijose Antonio
Cassino; 3 de Nov. No. 1 de I I
o 12; 5 o 6 p. m. Telfono 2-
0408.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ca-
lle 10a. No. 10. Dase Antonio
Cassino, 3 de Nov. No. I. Tel.
2-0408 1 1-12 o. m. 5-6 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo aportomen-
to independiente. Solo-comedor 3
cuartos, cocina y servicio, San
Francisco. Colle 15. No. 47.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ave.
A No. 18. Dirjase Antonio Cassino
3 de Nov. No. 1 de 1 I o 12; 5 a
6 p. m. Tel. 2-0408.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente po-
ro oficios locales cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdico Solicitan infor-
macin en Almacena* 5 v 10 can-
tuvos.
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Cartero con documen-
tos personles, perdida en el Tea-
tro Capitolio, quien la devuelva
ser gotificado. Andrs Guerrero.
Mercado Celidonia. Telfono 2-
383.1.
Talleci hoy
t pro de la dignificacin del
t iercicio de la profesin del far-
macutico: ..
4__Que el Sr. Osvaldo Chap-
i .an luch denodadamente por
11 creacin de nuestra Escuela
i ; Farmacia;
RESUELVE:
1Lamentar, como en efecto
lamenta, la muerte del distin-
- uldo miembro. Lie. Osvaldo
( hapman:
2Pedir a sus miembros la
dstencla al sepelio;
3Depositar sobre su tumba
ta corona de flores naturales
y. designar uno de sus miembros
ira que haga uso de la pala-
i -a:
4Enviar copia de estilo de
1 presente resolucin a su se-
f >ra viuda e hijos.
Dada en la ciudad de Panam
p los 16 das del mes de Mayo
r 1951.
f a ton o Carvajal
"residente
Edna de Len,
Secretarla.
PERDIDO:Un perro polica choco-
late con monchas negros en el
cuerpo y una mancha blanco en
el pecho. Se perdi de la casa e
Domingo pasado. Buena recom-
pensa al que lo encuentre. Jorge
Alemn. Calle 49 y Colombia No.
II.
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semana y Super Mercado Calldo-
nio; tambin en Ro Abojo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. da Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SF ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o, cocino, tres cuartos, servicios
independientes, B.35.00. Avenida
5a. No. 10, esquina Carretera Pa-
nam Viejo, informes Ave. A No.
16.
ALQUILO:Apotromento paro dos
personas solamente. Est en el
centro de la ciudad. Llamar tel-
fono 2-1039.
SE ALQUILA:Locol pora oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Magnifico local cn-
trico, apropiado para oficina o
clnica. Avenida Central 68.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmaras, sala-
comedor, precio B.65.00 y $60.-
00. Informes Caire 25 y Avenida
Cuba No. 15, Apto. 13. Horos de
oficina.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
La Comisin se
de 1946, sin entrar a investigar
otros hechos.
Esta maana la Comisin
dictaba la siguiente providencia
sealando pautas a la investi-
gacin :
"Prosgase la investigacin
iniciada. Al efecto se ordena la
prctica de las siguientes dili-
gencias:
1Tomar declaracin Inda-
gatoria al Presidente Titular de
la Repblica, Dr. Arnulfo Arlas
Madrid.
3Tomar declaracin Jurada
a los ex-Mlnistros de Estado,
seores, Jos C. de Obaldia,
Carlos N. Brln, Celso Carbonell,
Cristbal Adn de Urriola, Ma-
ra Sandomlngo de Miranda,
Rodolfo Herlbruger y Norberto
Zurita; y al exSecretarlo Gene-
ral de la Presidencia, seor
Jos Ehrman.
3Tomar declaracin jurada
al ex-Minlstro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, seor
Ricardo M. Arlas E.. y evacuar
las citas que resulten.
4Tomas declaracin jura-
da al Primer Comandante de la
Pollcia LSaclonal, seor Jas An-
tonio Remn Cantera.
8Practicar todas las diligen-
cias necesarias para establecer
los hechos.
5Practicar todas las diligen-
cias necesarias para establecer
los hechos, que se Investigan; y
fH-Traer a los autos copla fo-
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Las organizaciones
de obreros estn de
acuerdo con el Papa
WASHIGNTON, Mayo 16
(UBIS) Los dirigentes de la
Federacin Americana del Tra-
bajo y del Congreso de Orga-
nizaciones Industriales ven muy
'ciaros paralelos" entre los prln
ciplos que propugnan los gui-
aos obreros de los Estados Uni-
dos y los contenaos en las dos
encilicas papales sobre los de-
rechos de loa trabajadores.
George Meany, secretario te-
sorero de la AFL y Jtmis J.
Carey, sacretario tesorero del
CIO, hablaron sobre la relacin
oue existe entre los objetivos
del obrerismo organizado y las
enseanzas papales.
Los trabajadores celebraron
el 60o. aniversario ere la enan-
ca "Berum Novarum" del Tapa
Len XIII, y el 20o. aniversario
del "Auadragsimo Anno" del
Papa Pi XI. Esta ocasin se na
distinguido por reuniones obre-
ras y debates pblicos en va-
rias ciudades, mientras en ser-
mones especiales se le ha dado
especial atencin.
Kavarro; y Carlos Ral Morales,
del HD. David Samudlo.
La sesin estuvo muy con-
currida, y las barras de la
Asamblea se' vieron completa-
tosttica o autenticada de los mente llenas de pblico. En la
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial pro-
pio para tienda, barbera, soln de
Belleza o Almacn, en calle Co-
lombia No. 2, B.50.00. Ocurra Tal.
3-0057._________________________
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Completamente
amoblodo con atencin del aseo.
Paro hombre solo. Calle Colombia
No. 8, aportomento 5.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia y buenas referencias, buen
sueldo, acuda colle 41 No. 19,
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleadas
paro oficios domsticos. Ocurra
Jenimo de la Ossa No. 10, ofi-
cina Gelabert.
Tenemos I surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras da Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
Decretos llamados de Gabinete,
por los cuales se derogaba la
Constitucin Nacional de 1946.
y del que derogaba este Decreto.
El Presidente. Lorenzo Barraza
V., Los comisionados: Heraclio
Barletta, Marcos Robles, el Se-
cretario, L. C. Abrahams V."
La Asamblea Nacional acord
ayer sealar el da 25 de los
corrientes para que tenga lugar
la audiencia que se har al Dr.
Arnulfo Arias, con motivo de la
derogatoria de la Constitucin
de 1946 y nombr por mayora
de votos al HD. Guillermo Jura-
do Selles como Fiscal acusador
y a los diputados Heraclio Bar-
letta, Marcos A. Robles y Lo-
renzo Barraza. para que forma-
ran la comisin investigadora.
Asistieron a la sesin, 32 dipu-
tados, y fueron Juramentados
los suplentes, Mario Porras, del
principal del D. Vctor Navas;
Joel Benjamin, del HD. Luis
Ral Fernndez; Octavio Duran
del HD. Miguel ngel Ordez,
Efrain Mlrj del HD. Norberto
mesa ministerial, se encontra-
ban el Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia y del Contralor Gene-
ral de la Repblica.
Dos millones
nal, profesionales, abogados t'c.
6e da el caso de personas c;ue
deben once y doce mensuali-
dades. Segn se nos manlict
ts sorprendente que entre is
personas cuyas cuentas na I:an
bitlo enviadas de la Contratarla
luyan moroso hasta por nueve
meses.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Imprescindible que duerma en
casa Avenida lo. (CarrasquillaI
No. 55. entrada del Teatro Edn.
SE NECESITA:Persona seria y res-
ponsable para todos los oficios de
caso. Infrmese: Ave. Justo Aro-
ssmeno 4. clnico.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS maz amorlllo a B.4.-
00 qq. .El Molino Criollo, Fiam.
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede lid. obtener
una magnfica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /JC
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central tU Calidooia
Tel. t-lS81
SE ALQUILA
_______Casa_________
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completomente amoblodo, en lote
de 1.600 metros, alrededor da 1.
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recmaras cen dos baos, 2 ha-
bitaciones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
grande. desayunador; vestbulo;
comeder, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrozas, situado entre Poitillo
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o mis tiempo y es-
tari lista el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255-
SE ALQUILA:Para que reduzco
sus gastos instalando su negocio
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto/ independien-
te con servicio y entrada indepen-
diente. Con o sin muebles. Via
Espaa No. 6 Apto.3 K. De 12 o
1 .JO p. m.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo,
entrada y bono independiente, ba-
rrio residencial, para caballero so-
lo. B.25.00. Tel. 3-0727.
SE ALQUILA:Cuatro con muebles
8.6.00 por semana pora hombre.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Porque
Lefevre, coso 32.
SR ALQUILAN:Magnficos cuar-
tos amoblodos, frente al mar para
matrimonio o jvenes honorables.
No. 5 primero escalera Plaza dos
de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado en
Bella Visto, pora una o dos per-
sones. Imfrmese llomond ol 3-
2947.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblodo.
Entrada separada paro soltero. Es-
tudiante 73. Apto. 6.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera que
sepa cocina y disponer. Tiene que
ir al Mercado y no dormir en el
empleo. Buen sueldo. Avenido
Manuel Mo. Icoza B. Compo Ale-
gre No 26. ______
SE NECESITA:Empleado que duer-
mo en cosa. Calle H No. 55 Apto
2.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que duer-
ma en al colocacin. Calle 30 Es-
te, 21, altos, atris esquina, Jus-
to Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepo
planchar paro fomilio pequeo.
Colle 11 No. 8 bojos.__________
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Colle 48
Este No. 23. Apto. No. 4.
SE NECESITA: Bueno cocinera.
Tiene que hocer oficios. Ocurro
colle 48 No. II. Apto. 1.
Alambre de Gallinero
y de Puerco.
Alambre Gclu
para Cercas.
Alambre de Mosquito.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a tV.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. 22
Tel. 3-1713
Capitn colombiano
ce San Carlos dio a la pu'o.ici-
o;.d un comunicado expresando
5',i: el Embajador Rodrguez te-
leta concurri a la Cancillera
: las 12:30 del dia de hoy pw
enterar oficialmente al Oocier-
r.o sobre el asilo concedido al
capitn Silva Romero.
Asi mismo, la Cancillera a-
grega que el Embajador se pro-
pona en el curso de la tarde,
oresentar una nota para for-
malizar este asilo y "tan pronto
como el Ministerio reciba la
nota proceder a estudiar el a-
Mlo de acuerdo con las Conven-
ciones de La Habana de 1926 y
Montevideo de 1933 sobre la
materia".
M1ERCOT.E, MATO 1, 1951
BMBia^
Extenso debate
ta tanto la Asamblea no lo or
denara, porque no era ningn
fiscal quien deba dar orden d<
arresto contra determinado Di-
putado. Agreg que la forma
como actu la Comisin Legis-
lativa Permanente no es la for-
ma lgica, pues a un Diputado
no se le puede mantener en
la crcel hasta tanto se le ha-
yan comprobado los ..reos. Di-
jo que cuando se trat de le-
vantar la inmunidad al HDi
Norberto Navarro, se habla pe-
dido el expediente al Ministro
de Gobierno y que entonces es-
ta comisin haba decidido. ,
El HD. Juan B. Arias hizo
una extensa y brillante exposW
cin en la que manllest oue
si estamos erigidos en Tribu*
nal Judicial debemos hacer Jus-
ticia como hombres justos". A-
greg que a la Cmr.ra no ha*
ba llegado an acusacin del
delito alguno contra el HD. Zu-
rita; que si l habla violado*
la Constitucin, esto no era
bice para que los diputados noj
cumplieran con ella. Agreg qua
la Comisin Legislativa Perma-*
nente no tenia jurisdiccin pa-
ra fallar en el caso del Dipu-
tado Zurita ya que la Asam-t
blea se encontraba en sesiones,
en el ejercicio de sus funcio-
nes Judiciales, y que ella estar
actuando hasta tanto terminen
los asuntos que va a ventlrla
la Asamblea. Dijo que el hecho)
de que el HD. Zurita est de-
tenido, viola el articulo 114 de)
la Constitucin Nacional.
Agreg que los hechos qu
han sucedido indican que urt
pueblo quiere vivir dentro de la
Constitucin y no fuera de ella
y que los diputados d e b i a n
mantenerse dentro de la Cons-
titucin y de las leyes y na
dentro de sus caprichos.
El HD. Aquilino Boyd, mani-
fest que la Repblica ha vN
vido los das ms dramticos del
su historia y que debemos man-
tener sobre todo la Constitu-
cin de 1946. Agreg que se que-*
ra esgrimir el argumento de
que el HD. Zurita era Ministro
de Estado cuando fue arresta-
do, pero que ello no era cier-
to, porque l dej de serlo cuan-
do la Asamblea separ del car-
go de Presidente al Dr. Arlas
y por consiguiente debe con-
siderrsele como Diputado.
Los educadores
El HD. Barletta dijo que la
Comisin haba suspendido la
inmunidad al diputado Zurita,
porque ste se haba presenta-
do al cuartel de la Polica Na-
cional y haba dicho que el Go-
bierno no promulgara el de-
creto que pona en vigencia la
nueva Constitucin hasta tan-
to la Pollcia Nacional expidie-
ra un comunicado en el cual
declaraba que respaldaba al Dr.
Arlas.
El HD. Barletta present una
mocin mediante la cual se au-
torizaba a la Presidencia pa-
ra que nombrara una comisin
Decreto No. 382. Investigadora sobre la actuacin
4o- Pedimos un Decreto reia- del m, Zurita, la cual fue re-
C0LUCAM0S VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Este #4 Tel. 2-2609
SE VENDE
Artmloii de Casa
residencio de controto de cinco
recamaros y doble servicios. In-
formes 3-0471.
de comisin y vivienda all mismo jg VENDE: __ Estufa elctrica pe-
quea, lavadora elctrica, muebles.
Jos Froncisco de la Ossa No. 30,
Apto. 12. _______________
SE VENDE:Cuno de boby en B.15.
00; un estantito en B.20.00, un
bar chico pora salo. B.20.00. Ocu-
rra Ave. Ecuador 20. Poredes.
El Embajador
declaraciones:
"El Asilo no es un derecho
que se ofrezca a quien desee
hacer uso de l. sino que los
paisese como el mi que son sig-
natarios de los Convenios de La
Habana y de Montevideo, lo con-
ceden simplemente cuando el
demandante se presenta ante la
residencia de la Embajada y de-
manda tal derecho.
"Por esta razn tanto cuanto
por la de que hace mucho tiem-
po no veo al seor Brln. no pu-
de haberle ofrecido como no lo
ofrec nunca, asilo en la Em-
bajada de Mxico. De habrselo
ofrecido habra incurrido en vio-
lacin de los principios del De-
recho de Asilo, tanto por lo que
i se refere al espritu de los Tra-
tados cvnto por lo que toca a
la letra de loa mismos".
Ing. Ednardo Morllo Safa.
Embajador.
SE VENDE:Retrigerodora Generol
Electric, excelente condicin B.
115. PANABA, Centrol 224.
SE VENDE:Maquino Singar ltimo
modelo. Buen estado. B.75.00.
Calla 14 Oeste No. 55.
SE VENDE:Por motivo vloje lue-
go da recamora, comedor y sola,
nuevos. Ave. Norte No. 65 Com-
pro Vento Son Blos^_____________
SE VENDE:Juago de solo tapizodo
an cuero, buenas condiciones. In-
formes almacn Novedades Morri-
son.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que *epo
cocinor. Calle 48 No. 33________
SE NECESITA:Empleada para tra-
bajo domstico. Debe dormir en
empleo. Calle Dorin 4 Apto. 1
(Frente Jardn Balboa I.
SE NECESITA:Joven con buenos
references, poro limpeixo de la
casa. Bodega Ancn, frente ol Co-
rreo de Ancn.
SF NECESITA: Bueno cocinero.
Tiene que dormir n el empleo y
plonchor pora dos personas. Ar-
my & Navy" Store Ave. Centrol
No. 118, Panama._____________
SE NECESITA:Empleodo respon-
soble. moyor de 35 ortos. poro
oficios domsticos, debe dormir en
al empleo. Calle 10a. Son Fron-
cisco No. 31.
MISCELNEA
Disponibles da B.20.000 a B.40.000
para prestarlos en primera hipte-
co sobre edificio comercio! o uno
bueno ca;a de oportomtntos. Te-
lfono 2-3187. I
SE VENDE:
En la mejor tona residen-
cial de Bella Vista, calles 39
y 43 dos propiedades. Chalet
moderno, tres recmaras,
amplias comodidades, actual-
mente desocupado. Casa de
cuatro apartamentos que pro-
duce buena renta,.
Informes personales:
Virgilio Peres BaUadares,
Farmacia Zona del Canal
Ave. 4 de Julio #S
LAMPARAS
FLUORECENTES
"Duro-Test"
10,000 horas de garanta.
ft 50 A-VMACELecTi2
Tel. 2-2847
REPARACIONES!
TENEMOS TODA CLASE
DE
MADERA
CONSLTENOS !
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRK A 8LS URIIKNES
Rio Abajo 2154 Tel. 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "1" #4
Tel -175I
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. l-Ml
Calle Martin Seta No. 3
Tel. 3-1424
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
mentario de los traslados del
petsonal docente de las esoie-
.aa secundarias, a fin de que se
respete la letra y el espirita de
!a Ley 47 Orgnica de Educa-
tion en lo que respecta a cb-
tesoriaa, antigedad de ^eei.'.-
clos y calificaciones. Solicitarlos
tambin una investigacin de
los traslados efectuados recloi;-
tunente.
5oComo pensamos que dada
la situacin fiscal, la partida
que se asigna en el Presupues-
to para pagar los sueldos de
nuevas profesores y maestros,
jubilados y supernumerarios o
I jubilados a quienes tengan de-
irecho a tal privilegio, se pro-
ceda con un criterio Justo y
.humano y se les d la prefe-
I renda de rigor por su orden.
i a los que estn verdaderamente
Impedldosp ara trabajar, a los
de mayor edad cronolgica y a
los que hayan cumplido con ex-
ceso su tiempo de servicio.
6a.Hacer una Investigation
con respecto al nombramiento
de la subdirectora del Liceo de
Seoritas, quien no rene las
condiciones indispensables para
el desempeo de esta funcin
educativa, por no tener los a-
os de servicio requeridos por
la Ley para ocupar esta posi-
cin. Hacemos observar que la
derogatoria del Decreto 399 so-
bre sanciones figuraba en pri-
mera linea entre las solicitudes
que se le hacan al ex-Minlstro
Urriola, pero el nuevo Ministro
de Educacin Profesor Ricar-
do J. Bermdez. lo derog como
Injusto, siendo ste uno de los
primeros actos que orueban la
rectitud del nuevo funcionarlo.
Panam, mayo 18 de 1951.
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citor del "Louisville Times" n-
gel Ramos de "El Mundo de
San Juan de Puerto Rico y Vi-
v.0 Presidente de la Asociacin;
Joshua B. Powers, de "The F-
itors Press" Presidente del C-
enle Ejecutivo; Julio Garzn,
aircctor de "La Prensa" de Nue-
va York y Secretario de la Aso-
ciacin y Thomas Kearney, t-
lente general de "Trenton Ti-
mes" y Secretario de la Asoc-.-
kn.
La sesin se celebr en los
nuevas oficinas en 300-47 Mu-
uison Avenue en Nueva Yor*.
tirada por ste para que el HD.
Pantalen Henriquez Berna!,
presentara otra en el sentido
de que se nombrara una comi-
sin que investigara los cargos
que existan contra el HD. Zu-
rita y decretara su libertad si
hallaba mrito para ello.
La mocin provoc un exten-
so debate en el cual intervinie-
ron don Gregorio de los Ros,
quien dijo que el pueblo estaba
contra la libertad de Zurita v
que la Asamblea quedara muy
mal si lo ponia en libertad.
Tambin intervino el HD. Gon-
zlez Ruiz, quien dijo que l
habia visto los diez y siete
muertos y los doscientos cator-
ce heridos, y que no podra per-
mitir que dejaran de deslindar-
se responsabilidades.
Cuando se someti la propo-
sicin, fue aprobada la prime-
ra parte, en el sentido que &
nombrara la comisin y que rin-
diera informe a la Asamblea en
un trmino de ocho dias. Al
votarse la segunda parte, acer-
ca de que la comisin tenia fa-
cultad para ordenar la libertad
del Diputado Zurita, fue ne-
gada.
Al explicar su voto negativo
el HD. Boyd, sostuvo que la
Comisin no deba ten- r esas
atribuciones, porque la deten-
cin del Honorable Zurita era
ilegal. Ley entonces el proce-
dimiento que estipula el Cdigo
Judicial para el encarcelamien-
to de un Diputado, el cual no
se habia seguido. A este con-
cepto se adhirieron os HH.DD,
Jurado Selles, Mndez Mrida,
Quintero, Celerin, Arias y Prez.
El HD. Jurado adems agreg
que la Asamblea no podra de-
legar funciones en una comi-
sin nombrada por la Preas
dencia.
El Presidente de la Cmara,
HD. Csar Guillen, nombr a
los HHDD. Harris, Alemn Jr.
y Mndez Mrida, como miem-
bros de la Comisin Investi-
gadora.
Brin partir el
Sbado a Londres
NUEVA YORK Mayo 16 (UPi
>J .eso pesado argentino C-
sar Brin y el entrenador Char-
ley Goldman, partirn el proxi-
mo sbado rumbo a Londres
por la via area, para celeiwjr
un encuentro contra el brit-
nico Jade Gardner. La pelea te-
ta seanada para el 5 del pr-
ximo mes de Junio.
Se expone un
pone llevar a efecto el Personal
Docente de la Escuela "Simen
Cont" y la Sociedad Bolivaria-
na en el que tomar la palabra
la Sra. Margadalena Herrera de
Pezet.
La siguiente es la dedicatoria
que tiene dicho cuadro: "A la
Escuela "Simen Cont" de Pc-
nonom presento este retrato
del Libertador Simn Bolivar,
para que los alumnos que en
ella inician sus estudios, se ins-
iiren siempre en los Ideales de
Ibertad. justicia y patriotismo
que agitaron y orientaron la vi-
da del ms grande de los ame-
ricanos.
(Fdo) EsteUna Tejeira F."
Panam, 16 de Mayo de 195*.


MIRCOLES, MATO 18. 1951
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Violen ta of ensi\
PAGINA STFTB
Los aviones realizaron 1.075
ataques sobre las posiciones
de los rojos en un slo da
TOKIO, Mayo 16 (UP)Lo
aviones aliados llevaron a cabo
un ataque contra los ejrcitos
comunistas concentrados en el
frente central de Corea, im-
plantando una nueva marca de
1,075 ataques en un slo dia.
Este ataque areo fu desata-
do a fin de contener la amena-
za de la segunda fase de la o-
feaslva comunista, la cual pa-
rece que aera lanzada en los
frentes central y oriental.
En el este, los rojo, se lan-
zaren contra las fuerzas Burco-
reanas que protegen la carrete-
ra Kansong-inje, y los obliga-
ron retirarse al sur, despus de
una batalla de 15 hora*. La ca-
rrttara es la principal ruta de
abastecimiento de los rojos.
En el frente central, los co-
munistas rechazaron las patru-
llas aliadas en Kapyong y
Chunchi. y continuaron- su a-
menazadora concentracin de
fuerzas et el norte.
Los aviones navales se unie-
ron a la 5a. Fuerza Area para
arrasar a los rojos a todo lo
largo det.de sus posiciones avanzada hasta la frontera de
Manchuria.
Muchos aviones lograron ha-
cercer certeros blancos en sus
1,300 andanadas contra las po-
siciones rojas.
La ms enconada lucha en
tierra se llev a cabo en el fren-
te oriental en donde las tropas
surcoreanas que avanzaban ha-
cia el norte llegaron al centro
neurlgico de Tos comunistas,
librando una fiera lucha de 15
horas.
Los surcoreanos tuvieron que
retirarse al caer de la noche,
pero los comunistas no los si-
guieron, dejando la carretera
Kansong-Inje en manos de na-
die.
Los aliados continuaron en-
viando patrullas a todo lo lar-
go de Corea, las cuales penetra-
ron en las retaguardia comu-
nista para averiguar lo que es-
taba pasando.
En el frente central occiden-
tal, una fuerza blindada y de
Infantera aliada sostuvo una
fiera batalla con varias compa-
as comunistas en el Valle Ta-
bor al noroeste de Changgong.
Los aviones de bombardeo a-
liado volaron los centros de a-
provoslonamiento de los rojos
durante la noche. Las superfor-
talezas tambin bombardeas un
un campo de aterrizaje iomu-
nlsta, haciendo volar una pista
ataques entre sus bases en Co- de concreto de 7,000 pies de lar-
rea y las 'ineas del frente en un go en Pyong.
esfuerzo para malograr los pre- Las superfortalezas estacio-
paratlvos de ofensiva de los co-; nanadas en Japn y Okinawa y
munistas. nadas en Japn Okinawa de-
Los barcos de guerra aliadas Jaron caer 70 toneladas de ex-
fuera de la costa se unieron al i ploslvos en las ciudades de
asalto sobre los rojc. con ata- Hungnam y Hamhungg en el
quea* consecutivos, disparando noreste de Corea.
"Rusia ha destacado
ms unidades en la
Siberia/' Marshall
WASHINGTON, mayo 16.
(UP). El Secretarlo de De-
fensa, Oeorge Marshall dijo an-
te las comisiones de Relaciones
Exteriores y Fuerzas Armadas
del Senado que investigan la
destitucin del General Douglas
MacAithur. que el Gobierno
hasta el dia de su sbita des-
titucin tuvo que manejarlo
con guante blanco debido a su
"actitud'.
Insisti que hasta ese mo-
mento se rrvituvo a MacAr-
thur completamente Informado
de los objetivos de -tadqs U-
nldos en Corea y del temor que
un ataque a Manchrria pudie-
ra procurar a Rusia una excusa
para entrar en Corea y agreg
que extender la guerra all po-
dra haber obstaculizado "con-
siderablemente" los esfuerzos de
Eisenhower de crear un ejrci-
to defensivo en Europa Occi-
dental.
Marshall dijo que on Ijs l-
timos meses Rusia hab* des-
tacado un gran nmero de
hombres en Siberia y repiti
rus advertencias de que esa
gran fuerza sovitica podra
lanzar el primer golpe de la
tercera guerra mundial si se
atacara a Manchuria.
El Senador demcrata, Ri-
chard Russell, Presidente de la
Comisin dijo que e excusa-
ra temporalmente a Marshall
de seguir declarando j que ma-
ana se presentara Jefe del
Estado Mayor, General Ornar
Bradley, al que seguirn ade-
ms los jefes del mismo/antes
de volverse a citar uevamente
a Marshall.
Nombramientos en
departamentos de
varios ministerios
Varios nombramientos en los
distintos ministerios, en la for-
ma siguiente:
Gobierno y Justicia: Ricardo
Arturo Melndez, Ad ninitrador
del Aeropuerto de Tocumen;
Hctor Valds Jr., Inspector Ge-
neral de la Polica Secreta Na-
cional; Capitn Pedro Julio P-
rez, sub-Inspector General de
la Polica Secreta Nacional.
Educacin: Carlos Ivn Z-
1 lga. Secretarlo del Ministerio
de Educacin.
Previsin Social: Marcelo Ga-
llardo, Jefe del Departamento
de Malaria.
Obras Pblicas: Carlos R.
Diez, jefe de Talleres y Trans-
portes; Jos Luis Torres, sub-
jefe de ese mismo Departamen-
to; talo Zappl, jefe c!e la Sec-
cin Administrativa de Obras
Pblicas.
Nombramientos en la Teso-
rera Municipal: Julio Meln-
dez, Jefe del Catastro; Francis-
ca (Tita) Marconi, secretarla
del Tesorero.
I LAS BAJAS EN COREA ASCIENDEN
I HASTA AHORA A 200,000 HOMBRES
WASHINGTON, mayo 16.
1USI8). La oficina de In-
formacin de las Naciones U*
nidas declara que las fuerzas
de la ONU han tenido un total
de 231:941 bajas en Corea has-
ta el 9 de marzo, en la lucha
contra la agresin comunista.
De esta cifra, corresponden a
los Estados Unidos 57,120, o sea
8,511 muertos en accin, 37 gis
heridos o 10,691 desaparecidos
Segn los datos publicados la
semana pasada, las bajas de
BE. UU. ascendan a 62,799
Tres millones de
dlares pide Rita
al Prncipe Aly
NUEVA YORK, mayo 18. (UP)
Bartley Crum, abogado de
la actriz cinematografi* Rita
Haywbrth, informo que sta
iniciar juicio de divorcio con-
tra su esposo el prncipe Aly
Khan, tan pronto como adquie-
ra residencia legal en el Es-
tado de Nevada, probablemente
dentro de cinco semanas.
Crum agreg que Rita ha pe-
dido al prncipe que establez-
ca un fondo de tres millones
de dlares para la pequea hi-
ja de ambos, Jazmn.
Manifest el abogado, que no
cree que el prncipe Aly Khan
se oponga al divorcio. Dijo que
el causal que alegar Rita ser
de "incompatibilidad".
Rita se encuentra: ..ctualmen-
tt en Gleiibrook. alrededor d
6* kilmetros de Reno, en don-
de se celebrar el Juicio de di-
vorcio.
Se usarn obuses
atmicos en la
guerra de Corea
WASHINGTON, mayo !.
(EPS), Los Estados Unidos,
dicen fuentes autorizadas, tie-
nen lista una nueva arma at-
mica para ser usada en Corea,
si se considera necesario.
Se trata de un obs atmico.
y esta es el arme secreta a
que el secretarlo de defensa,
general Marshall, aludi en las
audiencias secretas del Senado
relativas a la destitucin del
general MacArthur.
Los senadores presentes guar-
dan absoluta reserva sobre el
particular, pero los rumores a-
cerca de esta nueva arma es-
tn de acuerdo con las alu-
siones hechas anteriormente por
altos funcionarlos del Pentgo-
no en el sentido de que "una
nueva arma atmica" estaba
siendo perfeccionada.

MI MARIDO!
La apasionante historia de una mujer que
quiso jugar con el corazu de un hombre!
Escchela a partir de maana a las 7:15
p.m. en la NOVELA CAMEL. !
Niganse cargos
de crmenes en
masa en Bolivia
LA PAZ, Mayo 16 (UP) El
Coronel David Terrazas, Agre-
gado Multar bollvarlano, deco-
ro que no tenia conoclmlc.to
alguno de las acusaciones j-
bllcadas en el peridico "Kl
Diario" de La Paz, de que du-
rante la guerra civil de Boi.vla
en 1949 se oblig a dos grupoi
&e mineros a rizarse a ios La-
gos Titicaca y Popo desde a-
viones multares.
Terrazas, al comunicrsele la
Informacin de 'El Diario'1 Jijo
eme era la primera vez que oa
tales acusaciones.
Para
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La paz en Corea no pondr
fin a la agresin, declara
el Presidente H. S. Truman
WASHINGTON, Mayo 16
(USIS) La paz en Corea no
pondr fin a la agresin sovi-
tica, es la opinin del Presiden-
te Truman.
Para poner fui a esa amena-
za, dijo el Presidente a un i-
po de dirigentes Industriaos,
loa Estados Unidos "deben Ijr-
jar suficiente podero mi:itor
para convencer ^al Kremlin de
que no debe dar comienzo a u-
n.i guerra mundial.
El presidente habl ante n.s
de 400 dirigentes de las Indus-
trias de energa elctrica, car-
bn, minas y petrleo, quienes
e&tun tomando parte en la c in-
ferencia para discutir aspectos
vitales del programa nacional
de produccin para la emer-
tiiua.
En la conferencia habl tam-
oln Charles E Wilson, Direc-
tor de la Oficina de Movih*-
cin, quien dijo que la Indus-
tria americana tiene el peder
para hacer poderosa la nacin
por medio de la produccin al
mismo tiempo que se mantiene
econmicamente fuerte.
Manley Flelschrnahn, admi-
nistrador de la Autoridad Na-
cional de la Produccin, pial
a ios dirigentes Industriales que
restrinjan el uso de materas
pnnias.
El Presidente Truman ma.il-
tsi a los asistentes que la .u-
cin debe prepararse a movili-
aise rpidamente para el ca-
so de que la Unin Sovitica, a
pesar de todo, lance al mugido
a un conflicto general.
Una de las principales dificul-
tades que han de salvarse, d'-
jo Truman, es la creencia de
que la nacin puede amlnoiar
sus esfuerzos debido a que no
hay ahora una guerra gencr.;).
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PAGINA I


EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEEENDONTt
MIRCOLES, MATO M, ll
El Campeonato Provincial De Basket-
Ball Menor Se Inaugura El 2 De Junio
Les equipos divididos en dos grupos
Fuerte 15 y C. Gonzlez en la apertura.
Por ACHET

En reunin celebrada ayer
larde en el Gimnasio Nacional,
con la asistencia de catorce de
los 18 equipos Inscrito en la
categora menor de Basketball
el Comisionado de la Liga
rovinclal. se escogi la lecha
de inauguracin y se clasifica-
ron los grupos de este circuito.
Para rendir tributo a dos glo-
rias de nuestro baloncesto ya
fallecidos se aprob clasificar
los grupos con sus nombres,
siendo ellos los de "Gringo de la
Guardia" y "Che Villalobos". Se
fij el sbado 2 de Junio para
la inauguracin de la contienda
y todos los equipo desfilarn
eon sus respectivas madrinas;
el juego inaugural estar a car-
go de loa equipos Fuerte 15 y
Cela Gonzlez. Al sortear los
equipos quedaron nueve en cada
grupo, saliendo favorcctdcs para
la inauguracin el "Gringo de
la Guardia".
Los equipos del grupo Gringo
de la Guardia son: Fltsa Barre-
ra, Rebeldes; Pllmx; Orion;
Cela Gonzlez, Fuerte 15, Tabo-
ga, y ptica Sosa.
Los del Che Villalobos son:
Centenario, Chlriqul, Panameri-
cano, Carlos Eleta, Madurito In-
cgnitos Bam Jr.; Parqne Lee-
vre y Pepslcola.
El Comisionado de Basketball
menor volver a reunirse con
los representantes de los equipos
afiliados a la Liga Provincial de
Basketball el prximo viernes a
las 5.00 de la tarde en el Gim-
nasio Nacional y se Informa a
los representantes de equipos
que deben cumplir los requisitos
que la- Liga exige para esa fe-
cha y llevar todos sus nminas
firmadas y los retratos de sus
jugadores madrinas y etc. ,
Quedarn Cerradas Mna. las
Inscripciones del Campeonato
de Basketball Femenino
Maana Jueves quedarn ce-i
rradas las Inscripciones para el
Campeonato de Basketball Fe-1
menino de Primera Categora, en I
la importante reunin que efec-
tuar la Liga Provincial de Pa-1
nam a las 5 de la tarde en el t
Saln de Recreo de la Planta
de la Cervecera Balboa.
Debido a un error en la fecha
del cierre de Inscripcin del
basket femenino, se- habla Indi-
cado que serla el prximo lu-
nes, pero los Interesados estn
informados que ser maana.
Adems en dicha reunin se i
acordar definitivamente si se
presentan dobles partidos de
primera categora dos veces a la
semana.
La Liga acord ltimamente
que los precios para la inaugu-
racin sern: Palcos B.0.75; En-
trada General B.0.35; y nios
B.0.15. Los precios de entrada
para el resto de la Temporada
sern: Palco 0.80; Entrada Ge-
neral B.0.25; y Nios B.0.10.
Se Informa tambin a los
conjuntos de primera categora
que estn en la obligacin de
asistir al desfile de Inaugura-
cin, uniformados con su* res-
pectivas madrinas y su estan-
darte o bandera.
Adems ningn Jugador podra
entrar gratis si no presenta su
carnet de la Liga. Las entradas
de Cortesa son lnstranferlble,
y quienes no cumplan se expon-
drn a que se les cancele dicha
entrada.
Gran Duelo Sostendrn Tully
Saba, Hortensia y Marsellesa
En El Clsico "Ral Espinosa
ror REDEDE
Con gran inters se comenta
tn nuestro mundillo hpico el
clsico "Ral Espinosa" que se
correr el prximo Domingo Bn
el Hipdromo Nacional.
Los mejores pura sangre na-
clonales han sido inscritos an
esta prueba que tiene como p.e-
mio B. 2.000 Se presenta nue-
vamente como favorita la y*-
gua Tully Saba que en sus ul-
tirrns presentaciones ha demos-
trado enorme superioridad.
Tambin tenemos con mucha
opcin a Marsellesa que ha Re-
liado sus dos ltimas carreras
con suma facilidad, lo que incl-
ca que "na recuperado sus aai.-
gus i'ormas.
Entre los otras que tiene mu-
cha opcin tenemos a ManJiC-
pd Baby Rol y la potranca Ke-
lr:i B que probar suerte con-
El Base Provincial
lamenta la muerte
de Ezequiel Urrutia
La Liga Provincial de Baseball'
de Panam ha dictado una Re-
solucin lamentando la muerte,
del que fu un entusiasta de-
portista y un decidido anima-'
dor de estas actividades, redac-
tada en la siguiente forma:
La Liga Provincial de Baseball |
Amateur de Panam,
CONSIDERANDO
1Que en los acontecimientos
ocurridos recientemente perdi i
la vida en forma trgica el jo-1
ven Ezequiel Urrutia.
2Que el oven Ezequiel
Urrutia, fu en es-a entidad uno |
de su ms fervlertes colabora- :
dores.
3Que el jovt n Ezequiel'
Urrutia, desempe 1 cargo de
anotador oficial en nuestra Ll-
ga, en donde supo granjearse el \
cario y el respeto, por su esp-,
rltu de compaerismo y labo-
riosidad, dejando recuerdos lm- ,
borrables en nuestras corazones.'
RESUELVE
1Lamentar como en efecto .
lamenta, la muerte del compa- j
ftro caldo.
3Hacer pblico el dolor que
nos embarga por la prematura
desaparicin de este autntico
valor de nuestro deporte.
SPoner en conocimiento de
us familiares, nuestro ms sen-
tido osme y Drofunda peria.
Reg no A rseme na.
Presidente
Luis Pint* Arosemena,
Secretario.
tra les mejores nacionales de
la pista.
Se renen los jinetes
Los miembro sde la Socicuad
de Jinetes nacionales celebra-
ran maana una Importante
reunin por lo cual se supl'J
una puntual asistencia.
r
ENTREGA DEL TROFEO. Maestra esta vista el momento en que los miembros de la Socie-
dad de Dueos de Caballos hacan entrega del trofeo .al preparador del cabalo Blido, seor
Luis Rodrigues, sanador del Citico Sociedad de Dueos de Caballos. Blido se impuso en
esta reida carrera bajo una brillante monta del jinete Blas Agulrre.
RESIDO FINAL. En una de las pruebas ms disputadas de la pasada fiesta hpica, se im-
nuso Caraar sobre Newminster en un reido final que capt de frente la cmara de nuestro
fotgrafo Narbona. Tercero v bstente distanciado, lleg Rathlin Light y cuarto Avenue Road.
El pgil Coln Garca
practicar maana en
la Ciudad Atlntica
El conocido pgil portorrique-
o, Francisco Coln Garca,
practicar maana a las 3 de la
tarde en la Arena de Coln, con
el fin de que los aficionados del
sector atlntico se den cuenta
de las excelentes condiciones
que est atravesando para su
comentada pelea que sostendr
el prximo domingo en la noche
contra el campen nacional de
peso pluma, Federico Plummer,
en el Estadio Olmpico.
Esta pelea ser a un lmite
de diez asaltos en un peso de
128 libras.
El lanzador Paul
Pettit es enviado
al Indianapolis
PITTSBURGH, Mayo 18 (UP)
Ante la necesidad de contar
con solo 28 Jugadores en el club
a partir de la media noche de
hoy mircoles, los Piratas han
tenido que eliminar de sus fi-
las a otros tres peloteros.
Son .estos el lanzador Paul
Pettit que ha pasado al India-
napolis del a Asociacin Ameri-
cana y el lanzador Dempsey que
'.a para los "Seals" de San Fran
cisco. El torpedero Bobby Thomp
son fue enviado al Rochester de
la Liga Internacional.
En Movido Juego El Ditrani
Logr Difcilmente Vencer
Al Ibrico Por 1-0 Anoche
El Deportivo Ditrani qued
solo en el primer puesto del
Campeonato de ftbol mayor de
la Liga Provincial de Panam
con e difcil triunfo que ob:u-
vo anoche sobre el Ibrico por
1 tanto a 0 en el Estadio Olm-
pico.
El encuentro result reido y
uio' ido, y sorprendi la excelen-
te actuacin del Ibrico que u-
sh valientemente durante to-
do el partido, tanto que donii..
la mayor parte del juego, pero
la falta de un remate oportu-
no y preciso evit que salieran
airosos o por lo menos logra-
ra un empate.
SI nico goal del partido se
registr en el primer tiempo
ron fuerte Uro de K. MacLc*ry
de all en adelante ninguno do
los dos bandos logr otea ano-
tacin.
En este encuentro volvieron a
registrarse varias Jugadas brus-
cas, con lo cual la Liga y los
arbitros tendrn quo tomar me-
didas ms severas para evitar
accidentes y disgustos entre di-
rectores, representantes y fut-
Dollstas, todo lo cual como es
natural, perjudica enormemen-
te esta actividad-
En el partido do anoche, el
Ibrico protest el juego, y es-
te asunto ser ventilado y re-
suelto en la sesin de maana
en ia Liga.

Los Dodgers aventajan por
un juego en la L. Nacional
Informe detallado
rindi el tesorero
de la Liga de Basket
Un total de B.3.788.40 fu el
producto de entrada por los par-
tidos celebrados en la tempo-
rada de Basketball de 1960 de
la Liga Provincial de Panam.
El Departamento de Educac.n
Fsica recibi de la Liga por el
uso del Gimnasio taclonal un
total de B.568.30 mientras que
en sueldos para arbitros ano-
tadores, cronometristas, porte-
ros y dems la Liga pag B.
160150 En gastos de entrena-
El nombramiento del Ing. Navarro
causa jbilo en el deporte de Coln
Este ao no habr
categora mayor en
el basket de Coln
COLON, Mayo 18 (Por Nando
Quintero)Lo ms probable es
que no haya temporada de bas-
ketball este ao en la Categora
Mayor de Coln, pues la mayora
de los Jugadores han sido acapa-
rados por la Liga Provincial de
Panam.
Adems alegan los dirigentes
del basketball de Coln que ha
sido imposible llenar las inscrip-
ciones para la temporada del
Circuito Mayor debido a que no
hay jugadores para integrar
equipos de esta talla.
Asi mismo se ha manifestado
que este ao no contar el p-
blico colonen.se con la tempora-
da de basketball Femenino, tal
como la tuviera el ao pasado,
ya que es sabido que uno de los
mejores cuadros competir en
la capital.
En torno a este problema nos
parece que en el prximo Con-
greso de Redactores Deportivos
se debe solucionar este inconve-
niente que existe entre las dos
Ligas, pues es a ellos a quienes
lea toca velar directamente por
el engrandecimiento y buena
marcha de los deportes en ge-
neral.
En cuanto a los premios de la
temporada pasada ya se estn
exhibiendo en una de las vidrie-
ras de la localidad y por cierto
hay que confesar que se trata
de lo mejor que se haya dado
a los basketboleros en mucho
tiempo y la Liga solo espera que
se arregle el problema de la
Liga venidera para efectuar la
entrega.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los DODGERS derrotaron a
los Cachorros por anotacin de
8 carreras a 4 en un juego pre-
senciado por 20.009 fanticos
Esta victoria dio a los Dodgers
una ventaja de un Juego sobre
el Boston. Gil Hodges que esta-
a la cabeza en ambas Ligas co-
mo Jonronero en eeta tempora-
da, coect dos cuadranglares
dcimo y undcimo y Jackie Ro-
binson conect el quinto de este
ao.
Mientras tanto Ewell Blacwell
blaque a los Bravas y los Ro-
jos ganaron por 1 a 0. Blackwell
permiti un solo lncoglble mien-
tras que su contrario Vern Blck-
ford solamente recibi dos. Bob
Elliott conect a Blackwell el
nico hit del partido. John Pra-
mesa conect un jonrn en el
sptimo episodio que decidi el
desafio.
En otro de los Juegos de la
Liga Nacional los Phillies ven-
cieron a los Cardenales por S
carreras a 4 y los Piratas derro-
taron a los Gigantes por 7 a 3.
En la Liga Americana
Nelson Fox dio su primer jon-
rn de las Grandes Ligas con
un hombre en base en la und-
cima entrada dando a los Me-
dias Blancas la victoria sobro
los Medias Rojas por anotacin
de 9 carreras a 7. De las 7 ca-
rreras restantes de los Medias
Blancas tres fueron anotadas)
por Mloso. El lanzador Dorlsh
con la victoria se anota tu pri-
mera del ao. ,
Los Tigres aplastaron a los
Senadores por anotacin de 13
carreras a 4, para obtener asi su
sptima victoria en los ltimos
ocho Juegos. Hal Newhouser.
conquist su tercera victoria da
esta temporada.
Los Carmelitas de San Luis
marcaron cinco carreras en ol
tercer episodio para derrotar a
los Atlticos por 11 carreras i
8 anoche.
No habla mis Juegos seala-
dos.
PRI y Nacional Chocan En El
Ftbol Del Chorrillo Maana
'[STADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol Mayer del Chorrillo,,
G. K. P. Ms.
PRI ..."............. I 1 1 U
Dep. Pern .......4 t 3 lo
Dep. Remn ......4 14 1
Nacional _______. S 2 4 8
Mendoza ...........S 4 <
Los conjuntos PRI y NACIO-
NAL se medirn maana en la
tarde en el cuadro de Barraza
en la continuacin del Campeo-
nato del Circuito Mayor del Ft-
bol de Barraza.
Los pupilos del Ingeniero Nor-
berto'Navarro, cpfe marchan so-
los en el comando, tratarn ma
aa de asumir la ventaja sobro
sus rivales, pero el Nacional qua
est mejorando notablemente
sus actuacin luchar para em-
patar el segundo puesto y que-
dar a un solo punto del delan-
tero.
Los directores de ambos equi-
pos han manifestado que sus
muchachos estn atravesando
excelentes condiciones pronosti-
cndose un movido cotejo.
COLON, Mayo 16 (BQ) Gran
Jbilo reina en esta ciudad y el
resto de la Provincia de Coln
por el acertado nombramiento
Uvas de El Panam Amrica no
pueden dejar pasar por alto es-
te gesto de los deportistas colo-
nenses y se unen del todo a las
del gran deportista Ing. Norber- manifestaciones de aprecio al
to Navarro para Ministro de ] Ingeniero Navarro, asi como es-
Obras Pblicas, y se justifica
esta alegra pues en lo poco que
estuvo el Ingeniero Navarro en
esa Cartera en la Administra-
cin pasada, fu mucho lo que
hizo para el resurgimiento del
deporte; no con palabras y pro-
mesas sino con hechos palpa-
K los %qu7por>lblron ^ tal como los Estadio, de
lo siguiente: Lord Chesterfield
B 201.09, Mauricio B.165 41, Bam
y Cyrnos B14.46 siendo un total
de B.523.00.
Chitr y David, tambin en Las
Tablas y la iniciacin del esta-
dio de Santiago de Veraguas,
Provincia que puede ver cOro-
La Liga Provincial de 1950 re- nadas sus ambiciones en esta
i
EDDIE MRQUEZ
Conocida y destacado futbolis-
ta y actualmente uno de nues-
tros mejores arbitros, cumplir
aos maana, motivo por el cual
nos complacemos en enviarle
nuestras sinceras felicitaciones.
i Eddie Marques fu una de las
figuras de relieve en nuestro
ftbol y form varias veces par-
te del Seleccionado Nacional,
asi come realise algunos viajes
al exterior defendiendo los co-
lores del balompi panameo.
Los Indios envan
a las Menores al
lanzador J. Flores
CLEVELAl\"D. Mayo 16 (UP)
Los Indios redujeron el nmero
de sus jugadores al limite de 25
eliminados a dos de sus lanza-
dores.
Fueron estos el veterano Jess
Flores, utilizado como lanzador
de emergencia el pasado ao.
que fue enviado al San Dlega
de la Costa del Pacifico y Char-
ley Harris que habla sido ad-
quirido recientemente de los
Atltlcos de FUadelfla a donde
fue devuelto ahora.
clbl de la Liga de 1949 un sal-
do de B.74.42 y entrego a la Li-
ga que ha Iniciado labores un
B.60.29: Polica Nacional B. 81.65
saldo de B.81.63 teniendo an
cuentas por cobrar por valor de
B.13.10 que dan un total de B.
94.73.
En el Anexo No. 8, de gastos
varios, se gast la suma de B.
1.743.15, Anexo este que Incluye
los gastos de papelera, sellos,
timbres, bolas, pitos reparacio-
nes gastos de Inauguracin,
Trofeos, Seleccin Menor que fu
a Chitr, Ayuda al equipo que
nos represent en Honduras,
gastos de Agasajos, Compilacio-
nes del campeonato, Ayuda al
equipo que jug el 4 de Julio
en la Zona del Canal y otros
pequeos-gastos.
El informe de Tosoreria re-
posa en nuestro poder comple-
tamente detallado hasta el l-
timo centavo gastado por la Li-
ga anterior y nos fu suminis-
trado por el Tesorero de la
Justa pasada y reelecto para a
nueva Sr Rmulo Oorrlchate-
grul.
n las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
i
Se hace imprescindible ka
f jv ion de an Servicio
loal'-rti* en 1 Campo de
Jaegos de SANTA RITA.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEPORTIVO AZTECA
Pide a todos sus socios la asis-
tencia a la reunin de esta no-
che a las 7.30 en el local de
Calle 18 Este No. 20. altos, para
tratar asuntos de gran Impor-
tancia v especialmente se de-
sea ver a S. Barnett A. Batson.
T. Slleott. C. Castillo, M. Uriiola
!r aquellos que no han firmado
a ficha para participar en la
Justa de Baseball de la Liga de
Santa Rita.
nueva llegada al Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas del intachable
deportista Navarro.
Adems los deportistas de esta
localidad se estn agitando en
el sentido de ofrecer un gran
agasajo al Ing. Navarro por este
nuevo arribo al cargo quo ejer-
ce, para testimoniar asi el gran
aprecio que se le tiene en esta
Provincia al deportista de los
deportistas, hombre de talla en
el campo del deporte los que
han enfilado en esta actividad
naturalmente las planas depor-
tamos dispuestos a colaborar en
lo que se puede para que el aga-
sajo sea un realidad y un xito.
Equipo de Nata se
impuso en base a
la Esc. de Divisa
En el juego de revancha que
el equipo de fat sostuvo con
el de la Escuela de Agricultura
el domingo ltimo, vencieron los
visitantes por 13 carreras a 3.
En la primera mitad del pri-
mer episodio, los natarlegos ano
taron 6 carreras, por error tc-
nico de los divsenos, al poner
como lanzador a un Inexperto.
Ambos equipos utilizaron en
este segundo juego, varios lan-
zadores, siendo el ganador Ulises
Navarro y por los agricultores
lanzaron Salamanca, Acevedo,
Lpez y Lezcano.
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en Escocia
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