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
Publication Date:
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
normalized irregular

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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 eafe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, MAT IS, 1181
FIVE CENTS
(NEATelephoto)
DEATH HOUSE JOURNEY Manacled Julius Rosenberg
(left). 32-year-old electrical engineer sentenced to death lor
wartime espionage, is escorted by a U. S. marshal as he
XaVes New York's Federal House ol Detention lor Sin* Stag
Prison. His wife, also sentenced to death, Is already In Sing
Sing's death house.
(NEATelephoto)
DUG IN In a World War I-style trench, Sgt. John H. Betts.
of 8t Louis, Mo., reports to Lt. David R. Teener (right), of
Kansas City. Mo., while Sgt. Maurice Butler (left) of Plant
City Fla., keeps guard. The Oft were dug In at a front line
area, awaiting the expected Chinese Red drive. (Photo by
NEA-Acme staff photographer Bert Ashworth.)________
Johnny-Come-Early Freak
Hurricane Churns Florida
MIAMI, Fla., May 18, (UP)
The most premature hurricane on
recorda "freak of freaks"
urged out of the Atlantic ocean
with 90-mile an hour winds today,
menacing tourist-crowded re-
sorts on the lower east Florida
coast.
The surprise twister, spawned
a month before the hurricane
season officially opens, was
churning slowly southward and
was pinpointed by aircraft re-
connalsance 80 miles offshore at
Stuart, Fla., which Is about 35
alies north of ritzy Palm Beach.
It was-on a collision course
INUi the Orand Bahama Island,
t flat sparsely-populated stretch
of British-owned land where the
multl-mfllion dollar tourist play-
ground "ButlbVs Bahama"
is located. It was reported that no
guest* were at the swank resort,
which is in bankruptcy.
Fringes of the blow nicked Mi-
ami In late yesterday afternoon
with winds of 30 miles an hour.
Hotels reported "thousands" of
tourists were In the area. Luxur-
ious yachts scurried to inland
safety. Some were being secured
tightly In the lawn-lined canals
Million-Man Communist Push

Smashes Through UN Lines
Credit Union Receives Agency
Offers On Insurance Handling
... ______i. .i.__l,___< k._iu ,. Annnrdinalv the Director:
of Fort Lauderdale and other
Gold Coast resorts.
"It really has us puzzled and
guessing," said Orady Norton,
chief storm forecaster. "For one
thing, lt did not form in the tro-
pics and it is heading south, when
most of them go north."
"It's a freak of freaks a
sport."
Norton said it was the earliest
hurricane recorded in his 85
years with the weather bureau.
Last Oct. 18. a hurricane struck
Miami with winds estimated as
high as 150 miles an hour, caus-
ing $15,000,000 damages and kill-
ing three persons in Florida as It
rammed upstate.
Navy hurricane hunter planes
which returned this week from a
tour of duty In Europe bucked
the high winds and sent back re-
ports that the storm had formed
a definite center, a characteris-
tic of all full-grown hurricanes.
Hurricane precautions were
advised for the Northern Baha-
mas Islands, particularly at
Orand Bahama and Abaco Is-
lands.
Three local Insurance agencies
have offered to take over hand-
ling of Insurance for the Canal
Zone Credit Union, returning to
the Credit Union commissions up
to 25 per cent, The Panama Ame-
rican learned today.
The present matter of hand-
ling insurance for Credit Union
members Is presently under fire
arid will be aired at a special
meeting of the 3,000 Credit Union
members to be held next Friday
evening. May 25, at the Ancon
Theater.
Notices of the special meeting
were sent out last night by a
group of members after officers
who normally would have han-
dled it protested that there was
not time enough to send nut no-
tices and had esked that the spe-
cial meeting be postponed until
September when treasurer Chas
Hollander will have returned
from the United States. Hollan-
der Is leaving on vacation about
June 1.
Signer, of the petition for the
special meeting had demanded
that it be held "within a reason-
able time." so the printing of the
notices and the addressograph
work were done by Panama Ca-
nal equipment yesterday in a
matter of hours, officers said.
The Colonial Insurance Com-
eany. The Panama American was
>ld. has offered to set up a di-
rect agency for the Credit Union
Insurance, turning over to the
Credit Union a 2 per cent com-
mission. Offers of 20 per cent
commission*, with indications
that the figure could be increas-
ed were made by Boyd Brothers
and the Seymour Insurance
Agency.
Credit Union Insurance has
been handled for the past four
years by the W. J. Llerman com-
pany Llerman Is also secreta-
ry of the Credit Union with
two companies, Commercial ca-
sualty and the Fireman's Insur-
ance Company. Business done bv
Llerman from 1947 through 1950
has totalled $486,290.75. During
this period the Credit Union has
received $41,348.64 In commis-
sions. Llerman, The Panama
American learned, has employed
12 agents who have drawn com-
missions of 16 per cent cm insur-
ance sold.
Some of the history of the
Credit Union's Insurance busi-
ness is reported In a letter from
Lew E. Wallace, formerly an
employe of the Department of
Finance, onetime member oi
the Credit Union's Board of
Supervisors and now a public
accountant In Columbus. Ohio.
Wallace writes: .
"As I recall, the Credit Union
was not satisfied with the then
Offer to 'Hold Baby' Puts Atomic
Survival Talk On Nursery Level
When the Canal Zone's Civil Defense organisation
announced a talk on survival under atomle attack for
last Tuesday evening at the Ancon Clubhouse, free baby-
sitting was offered as an added attraction.
Parents who wanted to learn how to protect them-
selves and their children would have been able to park
their offspring with attendants while thev heard Chem-
ical Warfare expert Major Edward G. HaUlgftn and see
a special army film.
What happened was that the youngsters and kinder-
garten-age brothers and sisters arrived without parents.
The oldsters stayed home and turned their voting over
to Maj. HalUgan and the Civil Defense people.
Faced with an audience almost exclusively of very
ioung children Halugan, who has spoken widely on the
ithmus and who is seldom phased by anything, swallow-
ed hard and met the situation. A couple of animated
cartoons were run off and then HalUgan went into his
act. He reduced his talk to the simplest terms, explain-
ed what the atom bomb could mean.
"Now," he said when he had finished, "since your
parents were too busy to come, you children have a Job
to do. Toull have to show your parents how to take
care 4 themselves."
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present situation of turning over
the insurance premiums to the
agency In Panama and receiving
In turn only 15% of these prem-
iums for its efforts. The thought
was that the Credit Union would
become an agent in its own right
and retain the entire commission
since the bulk of the work was
being borne by that organiza-
tion anyway. I believe that Her-
man and Hollander checked into
the posslbUity of the Credit
Union becoming an agent and
reported to the directors that
the Union could not be an agent
but that Llerman, as an Indivi-
dual could be.
"Accordingly the Directors
authorized Llerman to become
an agent (the minutes of that
meeting should show this). I do
not recall any discussion regard-
ing the commissions as I believe
that the directors assumed that
the entire commission would ac-
crue to the Credit Union since
Llerman was on Its payroll. I
know that lt was not the Intent
of the Supervisory Committee
that such a lucrative source of
premiums be turned over to any
individual as that would not be
better than the situation which
previously existed."
Charges Exchanged As
srael Setup Worsens
TEL AVIV, May 18 (UP).Is-
raeli officials accused the United
States, Britain, France and
Turkey today of pursuing a policy
of appeasement towards Syria at
Israel's cost. ,
The four-nation draft resolu-
tion presented to the United Na-
Burqlars Ransack
La Jagua Hunting
Club Near Pacora
A hunting camp near Pacora
owned bv La Jagua Hunt Club
was broken into and ransacked
this week, according to word
received this morning by U. S.
Marshal John Hushing, one of
the members of the club.
News of the burglary was
brought by a resident of the
Pacora area who acts as a part
time caretaker for the club. He
told Hushing that the camp had
been intact Tuesday but had
been pilfered between then and
his latest check yesterday.
All of the kitchen equipment
was stolen, he said, but he did
not investigate the upper storv
of the buildings to see what had
been taken.
Members of the Hunt Club
are: Hushing. Carl Kurtls. Dr.
Herbert C. Clark. Olivar Culp.
John C. Dansby and Pablo
Brackney._______________
Canal-Railroaders Buy
$95,425 Worth of Bonds
Canal-Railroad employes pur-
chased a total of $95,425 worth
of United SUtes Savings Bonds
during the month of April, ac-
cording to Information from the
Finance Bureau.
Cash sales totaled S52.768.75
during the month and $42.656
worth of bonds were purchased
by payroll deductions, ______
Policy King Draws
5-Year Federal Rap
For Senate Perjury
NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)
Brooklyn policy king Louis We-
ber was sentenced to Ove years
in prison and fined $2,000 in the
Federal Court here today for
perjury before the Kefauver Sen-
ate Crime Investigation Com-
mittee.
Weber, a native of Puerto Rico,
received the maximum sentence
possible.
The 51-year-old ex-convlct re-
ceived the same penalty as was
meted out to James J. Moran,
political protege and Intimate of
former New York Mayor William
O'Dwyer.
Moran and Weber were both
found guilty of lying to the com-
mittee about their relations with
each other.
Weber was ordered held in
prison till his fine was paid. He
Is confident his conviction will
be reversed on appeal.
Many Feared Dead
As 17 Blocks Burn
In Ecuador City
QUITO. May 18 (UP)A heavy
toll of dead and Injured and
enormous losses from damage
are feared In a devastating fire
that raged last night at and
early today through 17 blocks
in the business section of Es-
meraldas. 120 miles from here.
High winds fanned the flames
into an inferno through the city
of 25.000.
Commercial and air force
planes flew additional firemen
and equipment to th# stricken
area
Residents, firemen and troops
fought the flamas as buildings
toppled and trapped families
were burned to death.
Flames Wreck Pier,
Damage Freighter
At Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, May 18 Raging flames wrecked a
waaerfront pier here today and
severely damaged the freighter
Plneland.
The 30 crewmen of the 5.000
ton freighter escaped by lump-
tog into the Delaware River. Two
stevedores and a. checker work-
ing on the pier are reportedly
missing.
Forty persons are hospitalized
with burns.
The Plneland caught fire
when Its stern Jammed against
the burning dock as lt was try-
ing to escape attar cutting its
moorings.
tions Security Council got a cold
reception here.
One official said that, combin-
ed with the dispatch to Syria of
Iraqi aircraft, the resolution
'compels a state of nigh alert-
ness for Israel."
The four-nation resolution de-
nounces Israel for bombing at-
tacks on Syria, and orders Israel
to halt drainage work in the dis-
puted Lake Huleh basin along
the inflamed Syria-Israeli bor-
der.
Work on the reclamation pro-
ject is continuing without incid-
ent north and south of the
Daughter of Jacob bridge.
Meanwhile in Cairo informed
quarters warned that the dispute
between Syria and Israel In that
border area can erupt Into a
major middle East conillct in-
volving Egyptian and Iraqi for-
ces unless the United Nations
finds a solution soon.
Egyptian warplanes and air-
borne units are In preparation
for dispatch to Syria IX major
fighting flares again on the bor-
der. ^_________
'Runner' Ties Up
After Futile Trip;
'Tainaron'Transits
The Panama Canal's speedy
launch Runner was back home
today after a futile relief trip
to the disabled freighter Talna-
rWord that the ship she had
gone to assist had made tempo-
rary repairs and that there was
no need for the boiler plugs
which had been rushed to Colba
island on the launch was re-
ceived by the Runner through
the radio of a tuna fisher.
Unable to find the Tainaron at
the location where she had ra-
dioed she was at anchor, the
Runner went alongside the Van
Camp tuna boat Mariner. The
Mariner radioed to Balboa the
Runner's query as to where the
Tainaron was and received an
answer Instructing the Runner
to return to Balboa.
Runner reached Balboa at 10:30
a.m. today and started at once
through the Canal to Oatun
where she is In the service of
the Aids to Navigation. Tainaron,
meantime had transited yester-
day for repairs In Cristobal.
Aboard the Runner was Capt.
Frank D. Harris, captain of the
salvage tug Taboga, and two
crewmen.
Plans Set
Here To Honor
Korea War Vets
Plans for tonight's reception of
U3 veterans of the Korean fight-
ing including two officers and
24 men who had been stationed
on the Canal Zone were near-
lng completion this morning.
The veterans are aboard the
Naval Attack Transport U8S Oeo.
W. Randall which is due to dock
at Pier 18 In Balboa at 8 p.m.
Maj. Oen. Ray E. Porter, com-
manding the USARCARIB, will
be at the pier to address the re-
turning troops. An Air Force band
will play and the Red Cross will
provide service for the veterans.
An Army Information booth will
be set up.
The returning servicemen will
be given shore liberty during
their stay here.
Tomorrow afternoon they will
march In an honorary unit of the
Armed Forces Day parade at Al-
brook AFB.
The 28 servicemen who were
stationed here had been members
of the 3rd Battalion of the 33rd
Infantry Regiment at Fort Kob-
be. They were attached to the
85th Infantry regiment Whan
troops were taken from the Ca-
nal Zone to Korea late last Sum-
mer.

TOKYO, May 18 (UP) Chinese Communist hordes,
charging across the bodies of their own dead, rammed 20
miles today into the Allied lines in East Korea.
They threatened to encircle one United States and
one South Korean division.
The American division is reportedly fighting south
against overwhelming Red Chinese forces closing in or
it from the three sides. Allied armored relief .columns are
racing north to aid the endangered division.
The South Korean division is endangered southeast
of Inje, where the Reds made the first major breakthrough
of their 1,000,000 man offensive.
Allied troops abandoned their
last foothold in North Korea and
pulled back across the 38th pa-
rallel along the entire eastern
half of the Une in an effort to
seal off the Communist break-
through. ... j
The Reds established a road-
block on the Hyonnl-Hongchon
escape route of some of the en-
dangered Allied units.
The fury of the Communist at-
tack gained momentum during
the day but allied officers were
confident the attack would ulti-
mately be stopped, despite the
breakthrough.
National Assembly
Probers Continue
To Question Arnulfo
The Investigating commission
of the National Assembly today
continued to question Dr. Arnul-
fo Arias at police headquarters
In their preparation for the May
25 trial of the former president
on charges of abuse of powers.
The commission also inter-
rogated Arnulfo'8 cabinet min-
isters, most of whom are also
under arrest and being held at
the Crcel Modelo.
Chief of Police Col. Jos A.
Remn told The Panama Amer-
ican that Dr. Arias had requested
the services of a lawyer but he
said he did not know whether
one had been named.
Meanwhile the toll of dead in
Panama from last week's un-
precedented violence rose to 18
with the death, of 13-year-old
Aristteles de Leon, the first
shooting victim of the disturb-
ances. A total of 184 are still
wounded or injured.
"The Communist armies are
now making another attempt to
destroy the United Nations for-
ces in Korea," 8th Army com-
mander Lt. Oen. James A. Van
Fleet said in a message of en-
couragement to hi hardpressed
forces.
The Reds have reportedly
thrown 788,000 men into their
offensive, and have smother 37,-
000 in reserve.
This outnumbers the United
Nations forces and presents a
"critically dangerous threat.''
With vast manpower behind
them the Reds ignored stunning
losses and smashed ahead today.
The Allied line rocked With
battle on the eastern and east
central fronts, and had one
major engagement on the west-
ern front.
Red troops crossing the Pukhan
River south of Changong were
killed by the hundreds by artil-
lery fire. But the bombardment
failed to halt their flow south-
ward.
Three times last night the
Chinese were thrown back from
the Allied Unes above Seoul.
As a multitude of fanatic Reds,
poured from their bunkers across
fields snared with mines and,
flares the United Nations troops
opened up on them with every- J
thing available.
Each wave of attackers became
weaker and weaker. At first they
blew bugles and whistles, shout-
ing encouragement to their com-
rades. But when the din of Al-
lied fire outshouted them the*
enthusiasm faded.
Early this morning the Allies,
sensing the Reds had been badly
beaten, counterattacked across
the minefields that had been de-
tonated during the night by
crazed Reds.
United Nations elements have)
now withdrawn to the Seoul pe-
rimeter and are braced for thr
next onslaught.
UN Embargoes Arms
For China, N. Korea
Policeman Killed
In Bolivia When
Station Attacked
LA PAZ, May 18 (UP) A
small band of National Revolu-
tionary movement (NMR) Par-
ty members attacked the police
station at Villa Victoria, La Paz,
at 3:30 a. m. today, the police
department reported.
The NMR is the party of
exiled Victor Paz Estenssoro,
leader in the Presidential elec-
tion poUlng which was declared
void on the military Junta's as-
sumption of power Wednesday
One policeman was killed and
three wounded in the attack.
British Airways
Dropping Flights
To Czech Capital
LONDON, May 18 (UP)
Britain today announced the
suspension of British Airways
services to Prague as from May
30, and simultaneously with-
drew facilities for Czech State
airliners to land in Britain af-
ter June 17.
A Foreign Office note said
Britain's action is due to "ln-
timldatory and discriminatory
practices by the Czech Com-
munist regime."
By 47 to 0 Vole
FLUSHING, New York., May lt
(UP)The United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly today voted 47-0
for clamping a world-wide
strategic embargo on arms ship-
ments to Communist China and
North Korea.
It is looked on as a forgone
conclusion that Russia and her
satellites will Ignore the em-
bargo.
The measure calls on all
countries In the world to baa
the shipment of arms, ammuni-
tion, war Implements, atoma
energy materials, petroleum,
strategic transportation mater-
ials, and raw materials Involved
in the manufacture of the first
three Items.
Significant abstentions in to-
day's vote were Indonesia and
Burma, both of which have sig-
nificant trade with Red China.
If the United Nations embar-
go becomes effective the- Reds
may open the Burma Road, and
receive their supplies bv that
route.
Balboa Tides
Saturday, May 19. 1991
Huh Low
1:48 a.m. 8:06 p.m.
2:04 p.m. 8:37 pro.
gum fry op BALBOA rive one of the 85th AAA Group's 40 millimeter anti-aircraft guns
rfa. over at theArmv display on\he BalOoa Prado yesterday. The show was a preview
Sf what lav in store for the civilian populace at Albrook Field tomorrow Armed Forces
Dav Although a bit voung for the civilian defense training program underway locally.these
chUdren Qulcklv learned how to operate the gun and their spirits were little dampened erem
by ttiTrain which poured down shortly after this picture w Uken^phptobyCpI.L^-)


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Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
RIDAT, MAI 18, 1J51
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
8* Chlriqui ...................................May 28
S.S. Levers Bend...............................June 4
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................Jane 11
' fHanallag Rrfrlirrated Chilled and General Cargo)
Arrive
New York Freight Service_________________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann ..................................May 20
S.S. Cape Avinof...............................May 28
S.S. Cape Cod .................................June S
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................June 9
freight Salllnr* Weekly (rom Havana Co Cristobal
Weakly Sailing! tu Ntw fork, Los Angeles, San francisco, Saattia
Occasional Sailings to Ntw Orlaana and Mobil
(Tka Steamers In tala trrica ara limited to twelve iiassinieii)
frequent Freight Salllnfa trom Cristobal to Waal Coast Central America
; Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chlriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......May 29
S.S. Chlriqui ___...............................June 12
TELEPHONE*:
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DOWNING \i
CHICKENS ^
"something to crow about"
lender i s
tasty '.
tempting
Sold at:
SAS PAUL KIENER'S LA NIA
Served by:
Eottl El Panam Balboa Clubhouse
Pete's Catalina Qarden Panama Hospital
il Rancho Balboa Y. U. C. A.
Sorry the Downing chicken ranch has no phone.
Plaaae call Balboa SIM (or Information.

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For complete information:
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or Authorized Travel Agents.
Everybody fea6 C\a$$fei
Shipping & AirLine News
Pilots .
Hal Barnes and Robert Whlt-
taker. assistant station managers
with Pan American Airways here,
are leaving Immediately lor Mia-
mi to take additional flight train-
ing
Both men have held Civil Ae-
ronautics Certificates as pilots.
They recently passed PAA's ex-
aminations for Its pilot force.
It Is expected that both will
probably fly this area after com-
pletion of their training.
Their posts as assistant station
managers are being filled by Ro-
bert L. Walker and Herbert L.
McCawley.
New Maersk Liners
Launching of the new motor-
ship Nlcollne Maersk was an-
nounced recently by the Moller
Steamship Company. When she
Is completed In August she will
enter the Maersk Line's Far East
service which already operates
14 vessels through the Canal be-
tween U.S. East Coast ports and
the Far East via the VS. West
Coast. Far East ports on the run
Include Manila. Cebu. Kobe. Yo-
kohama. Keeling. Saigon and
Bangkok.
A recent Issue of the Pacific
Shipper describes the new Ma-
ersk Line freighter as 9,210 dead-
weight tons, with five holds hav-
ing a cubic bale capacity of 630,-
000 feet, of which 000 feet are
refrigerated. She will carry 12
passengers. Her service speed will
be 17 knots. She Is also fitted
with four deep tanks fo rtrans-
port of vegetable oils and will
nave all-electric winches.
bama last week was delayed
slightly when the motor craft
took in tow a drifting sailboat be-
tween Chlpea Island and Pache-
co. The boat, the Darien 288. was
out of Otoque en route to Pache-
ca where Its crew of seven had
Intended to fish for several days.
The boat, aboard which were V.
Mufioz, Jr., A. Muoz, C. Torres,
E. Interneralde arid B. and C. Or-
tiz was towed for three hours in-
to Pachecha Island.
, Members of the Perlas Islands
fishing party on the Alabama
were six nurses: the Misses Jean
McDonald. Adele Denz, Mary
8chuldt. Irene Paskinette. Betty
Walts and Gene Paskewltz. Fish-
ing was good and the nurses
landed enough to have a fish fry
at the Curundu Clubhouse last
Monday evening.
Cas
ual
Stella Polaris
Of Interest to the local water-
front will be the following item
from a recent Issue of the Norwe-
gian magazine "Shipping News."
"As earlier reported in SHIP-
PING, the Stella Polaris Is to be
taken over by the owner Elnar
Hansen of Malmo. The vessel will,
however, first complete the cruis-
ing program scheduled by her
Norwegian owners, and will not
be handed over until the end of
this year."
Stella Polaris, slim white yacht-
like cruise ship, Is well known lo-
cally. For several years she has
been bringing cruise passengers
to the Jsthmus. She was last here
Jan. 11 when she docked in Bal-
boa on her second stop of an a-
round-the-world cruise.
She was then running for the
Bergen Steamship Company-
House of Travel. After the 134-
day wor,ld cruise. Stella Polaris
was to make several summer
runs In Scandinavian waters.
Sea Aid
Js. fishing party aboard the Ala-.
How can you fell
your Daughter
HtKKI.ES and his FRIEND
Genius at Work
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Mac Arthur Fight Flares Up As President
Tells He Spent Year Thinking Of Ouster
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WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP) President Truman
said yesterday he considered dismissing Gen Douglas Mac-
Arthur more than a year before he finally fired him. ^
Senate Republicans immediately demanded a "new
investigation of the general's ouster. TnBK'i'ititemeTISeed the
MacArthur said Mr. Truman s statement astonished possibility that they wui de-
him to the point of incredulity.
The President made the dis-
closure at a news conference
as the Senate Committee In-
vestigating MacArthur's dismis-
sal voted overwhelmingly to up-
hold Oen. Omar N. Bradley*
refusal to disclose his confi-
dential talks with Mr.-Truman
on the flrlng.
While the 18 to 8 committee
vote, quieted one political row
lor the time being, Mr. Tru-
man's statement promptly open-
ed another.
The President did not say
what specific Incident led to
his consideration of MacAr-
thur's removal. But he did
say that he had been giving
thought to It for more than
a year which would take
It back before the Korean
war.
Mr. Truman said he finally
decided to recall the general
when MacArthur issued .his
now-faVnous ultimatum to the
Chinese Communist command-
ers to negotiate on the battle-
field or lace annihilation.
Mr. Truman emphasized that
the Idea of dismissing MacAr-
thur originated with him, not
with any members of his staff.
This Is the Information which
the Senate committee tried In
vain to get from B:adley.
The President also stressed
that Secretary of State Dean
Acheson did not sponsor the
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with caution because of th-
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follow.
Mr. Truman said he had
c hoped all'along that It would
t0 not be necessary to dismiss
MacArthur. He recalled that he
supported legislation after the
he war to give five star officers
. their rank for life and sold he
ml M.rTh ftir naturally did not want to do
fire MacArthur L. March after olwM,in nJu^e tnm
While 'Mr. Truman said
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the gene^ ultimatum to the g^10 the country was
Anl U that "h?"cS2l dl"- grateful nor their service and
general.
In the meantime. Mr. Tru-
man met with his top military
and civilian advisers on April
0, 7 and 8 to give them a
chance to present their views.
He said none was asked to give
his view at the first meeting
but that all finally agreed
MacArthu. would have to go.
Present at the meetings were
Acheson, Defense Secretary
George C. Marshall; Gen. Omar
N. Bradley. Chairman of the
joint Chiefs of staff, and W.
Averell Harriman, special for-
eign affairs adviser to the
President.
After these conferences the
President recalled MacArthur
because, he said, the general
could not give his whole-heart-
ed support to the government's,
policies.
The President stressed that
the determining factor was
MacArthur's peace ultima-
tum of March 24. He said
the general's letter to Rep.
Joseph W. Martin. Jr., R.,
Mass., four days before that
had merely added fuel to a
fire that already was burn-
ing.
In the Martin letter, Mac-
CIO Leader Says
Meal Lobby Hinders
Fight On Inflation
The following statement was
issued today by Emll Rleve,
administrative chairman of the
| CIO Committee on Economic
Policy:
"The declaration of war by
the big cattlemen .and meat-
packers against the govern-
ment's beef price control regu-
lation represents an Irresponsi-
ble attack on the program to
combat inflation.
"The retail celling prices on
beef that went into effect to-
day are the first significant
i price control orders to directly
I effect the consuming public.
"If the Office of Price Stabi-
lization holds to it* commit-
! ment, beef prices at the neigh-
borhood butcher shop should be
rolled back on August 1 and
.again on October 1.
"By autumn, beef should be
selling at about 9c. a pound
below current prices.
"The big cattlemen's fight to
decontrol heef prices places the
entire stabilization program in
jeopardy. Alllgned with the
cattlemen in this battle are the
forces of profiteering and greed
who seek to- kill any hope o
effectively holding the price
Une.
"The well-financed meat lob-
by In Washington is spending
money lavishly in an effort to
convince Congressmen and gov-
ernment administrators that it
is evil to control meat prices.
From the big cattlemen come
threats of black markets In
their attempt to coerce the
government to follow their dic-
tates.
"An examination of the Of-
fice of Price StabUizatlon's beef
Erice regulation proves that it
i fair anc- Just.
"Beef prices at the time of
the OPS order, were at 152 :'c
of parity 52'5> over the price
that has been traditionally
judged to be fair and equitable.
The Office of Price Stabiliza-
tion alms to roll back beef
prices to about 126% of parity
by October 1. Even after the
roll-back, beef prices will still
be some 25% above what has
long been considered a fair
price by the Department of
Agriculture and the great farm
organizations. In addition, fair
profit margins are assured to
the meat-packers, wholesalers
and retailers.
The Office of Price Stabili-
zation deserves the support of
an alert citizenry in this fight
to control meat prices. If the
big cattlemen and meat-pack-
ers succeed in their fight a-
trainst this emmlnently just
attempt to control the cost of
Mng, the entire price control
irogram will be seriously dam-
aged."
Arthur sharply challenged ad-
ministration policy In Korea
and the rest of the Tar East.
The Senate committee is
scheduled >to resume its hear-
ings Into MacArthur's ouster
Monday when Bradley will re-
sume his testimony. But the
reaction ot Republicans to Mr.
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ERIDAT, MAT |*|
Zernial Ties 4-Consecutive-Game Homer Record
JOE
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INDIANAPOLIS The re two sports vents in this coun-
try the .port* writer and therefore the sports reader never know
how many people see. On* Is the Derby The other is the jM-
mile race out her. Promoters won't tell. Why? Does Macy
tell Gimbcl?
Actually that's precisely Ihe uoint. It attendance figures wert
revealed one would top the other. As matters stand nobody knows
. for sure which doe* the more turnstile trade. It isn't a matter ol
promotional jealousy. Bigness is supposed to nave sales value.
Hence the studied mystery.
To the innocent bvstander the policy smacks of juvenility...
"Id have to buy that.'' nodded Wilbur 8haw, three-time winner of
. the 500. who runs the show for wealthy Tony Hulmn, Terre
Haute. Old Yale end. "But until the Derby people Rive out their
iieures we aren't Roimr to Rive ours.''
Shaw teems to fear that If he look the Initiative the Derby
people would blandly annouce they drew 25.000 or 50.000 more and
. juch is American's fetish for bigness in all things the appeal of
his show miaht suffer.
Shaw went further, He practically challenged the Derby peo-
ple to release their gate count. "It wouldn't be elote," he pro-
wimt'd "We (haw twice as nianv. close to it. anyway."
I still fail to see much sense in the controversy but I don't
CiHink there's any doubt the 500 outdraws the Derby a wide margin.
<*Just before Cau'n Eddie Rickenbacker sold the old speedway he
""ihowect me the figures for '41, or maybe It was '40. The actual
5>aid attendance exceeded 125.000. Even Matt Winn never clabn-
jUmti that manv for the Derby.
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TOl'R CAR GETS BETTER
The 500 is more than a speed orgy set down in a picturesque
341dwest setting. A is a vast open-air laboratory from which all
he modern refinements and innovations known to pleasure drlv-
*lng spring. Shaw- would just as soon have you skip It but this is a
laboratory in which death sits in with the scientists. Some 30
T That was the year the rear vision mirror made its first ap-
iS&earance anywhere. Ray Harroun introduced it in his Marmon.
m car long since defunct, and presumably it helped him to win as
^3>e averaged 75.59 per hour.
mmm Four-wheel brakes have been standard equipment so long
roost people must feel thev came with the first car. Ralph De-
3'alma was the pioneer. He imported the idea from Franceor was
t Italy?In 1920. Up to then there were brakes only for rear
"wheels.
The balloon tire, a Firestone creation, was used for the first
-time in the 1925 race. Even so knowing a driver as Tommy MU-
-ton. first two-time winner, doubted its practicability for racing
3nd declined to use It after lengthv experimentation. But little
ete De Paolo was more adventurous: at the last minute he put
Jhe fui tij-jj on his car and won in 101.13, first time a driver had
ZZfcone faster than 100 miles per hour in the race.
* In 1940 the wide-base wheel was unveiled for the first
,, time. The importance of this change In construction Is not
readily apparent to fellows like vou and me but. as a result today
we have a sounder car with increased safety and longer tire Ufe.
Firestone' coming out with another new tire for this year's race.
It Is designed to hold the car closer to the road and the chemical
compound are such more miieage can be expected.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race"F.l" Nat.7 Vp.
Purse: $275.00Pool Cloaca: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1O. Patricial A. Valdivia 120
2G. Faith i
3La Suerte
4O. Babe
5Jullto
6Pesadilla
7Recodo
8- Tapsy
V. Arauz 108
A. Vasquez 113x
J. Phillips 11B
J. Chuna 106x
E. Silvera 104
A. Enrique Kx
J. BazaJr. 10x
2nd Race"G" Nat.4'i Pf
Purse: $250.00Pool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double
Gus Clouts Seventh As
Athletics Down Browns
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 18 Big Gus Zernial last night
sparked the Athletics to a 7-6 victory over the Browns at
Philadelphia as he tied Tony Lazzeri s 15-year-old record
of seven home runs for four consecutive games with an-
other round-tripper.
Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER
1Conde
2Doa Pilar
3 Cosa Linda
4Monteverde
5Pon la Olla
A. Bu/ni 113
A. Enrique lOOx
C. Ruiz 114
J. Chuna 105K
H. Reyes 104x
3rd Race-"F-l" Nat -7 Ffa.
Purse: B.275.00Pool Close: 1:4*
One-Two
1Torcaza C. Ruiz 120
2Resorte V. Castillo 120
3Domino B. Aguirre 120
4 Opex C. Iglesias 110
5 -Eclipse J. Contreras 110
6Brochacito O. Chanis 120
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Shaw told me: "I think; this new tire is the most Important
forward step in the last 15 years, it has done a phenomenal lob
here in the trials. I predict it will add three or four mllea to the
record."
The record for the full course is 121.327 set by Bud Holland in
'49. Last year Johnny Parsons hit 124.002 but the race was stop-
f>ed after 345 miles because of rain. Drivers no longer fight shv of
nnovatlons. They'll all be using the new tire on Decoration Day.
I was in the pit yesterday when Chet Miller of Detroit wheeled
In from a blazing warrnup in his Novlc Special, a low hung, blue-
and-whlte job that has the sinister beauty of a jungle snake in
repose. He had just "loafed along' 'at 132 mile per hour.
"At that, it was too damned fast for an old man." he laughed.
Miller. 48 and graying, mav be the oldest driver in the field
when the 33 cars with the fastest qualiflying times roll out to the
starting line. This is a mad. frenzied, dangerous profession, pilot-
ing these tlnv chariot from hell, and men crowding 50 would
seem rather unsuited for It.
Miller shrugged... "You gotta be crazy to like this kind of
work, and well. I like It."
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4th Race"F-l" Nat.-7 Fg.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes: 2:20
Quiniela
1Caaveral O. Chanis 109
2Juan Hulncho J. Chuna 108
3Rio Mar O. Oraell 115
4Carbonero M. Arosem. ICO
5Tap Dancer C. Ycaza 110
Fomento J. Phillips 115
7Bfalo J. Baeza Jr. 108x
8Vlllarreal M. Hurley 113
9Politico A. Vasquez 105x
5th Race"O" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $4511.00Pool (loses: 2:55
1Lituana >
2 Fright I
3R. East
4Bendigo
5Cobrador
E. Silvera 106
V. Ortega 120
J. Contreras 112
A. Enrique 103x
G. Graell 120
The Pirate' Ralph Klner holds
the record o eight homers in
five succeaive games in the
Major Leagues. Two home runs
for Zernial today would estab-
lish a new big League mark.
The Yankee bfat the Indians
1-0 at the Yankee Stadium on
four hita as Allle Reynolds edged
Early Wynn In a mound duel to
give the New Yorkers a clean
sweep of the three-game serle
with Cleveland and their tenth
straight home victory.
A walk and a pair of singles
by Bobby Brown and Joe Dl-
Maggio gave Reynolds the ne-
cessary winning margin even
though he gave up nine walk.
At Washington, Cuban Con-
rado Marrero scored his fifth
traight win against no losses
as he pitched the Senators to
an 11-6 triumph over the Tigers.
The Tigers reached Marrero for
16 hits but the Cuban was not
In trouble after the Senators
cored five runs off Freddie
Hutchinson In the third inning
to grab a 6-1 lead. Sam Mele
led the Senators with two triples
and two singles while driving in
three runs.
The White Sox-Red Sox game
was postponed on account of cold
weather.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Cincinnati, the Reds won
their fifth straight, 8-5, from the
Braves who lost their fifth In a
row. This time a week ago the
Braves were in, first place now
their are in fourth.
The Cubs topped the Dodgers
7-0 at Chicago and moved to
within a game f the league
leading Dodgers while the Pi-
rates also stayed one game out
of first place by downing the Gi-
ants 12-7 at Pittsburgh and the
Cards beat the Phillies 2-1 In a
St. Louis night game.
Frank Hlller held the Dodg-
ers to seven hits and Ransom
Jackson and Hank Sauer back-
ed him up with homers in the
Cubs' victory over the Dodgers.
Sauer drove in four runs and
Jackson batted in two.
Willie Ramsdell won the deci-
sion for the Reds with only two
days of rest, although he needed
relief help and the reliable slug-
ging of Connie Ryan and Johnny
Wyrostek to put him across.
Ryan's three-run homer and
Wyrostek's three-run double gave
the Reds all its runs.
Ralph'Kiner drove in five runj
with his sixth homer and a
double and Wally Westlake con-
tributed his ninth four-bagger m
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4 Rlomar Juan Hulncho
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6Hanna Salcedo
7Golden Triumph () Full
8Manhattan Antecede
9Atason In Time
10Sandwood Silver FOX (a)
11Pajarito Tapkero Sandwood.
OXE BEST
defeating the Giants. Murry
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against only two defeat In re-
The defending National League
Champion Phillies took it on the
chin again this time from Joe
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6th Race"I" Imported'} Fgs.
Purse: $375.00Pool Closes: 3:35;
First Race of the Doubles
1Valebiza A. Enrique 103x
2Baby Betty G. Graell 115
3Beach Sun V. Rodrig. 105x
4 Celaje II F. Caballero 106x
5P. Spray M. Arosemen. 100
0 Hanna R. Gomez 108
7Lightning J. Phillips 112
8Salcedo V. Ortega 120
7th Race"C" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1G. Triumph i J. Cont. 112
2Mr. Foot" B. Moreno 112
3Full B. Aguirre 114
4Martscalito A. Phillips 115
5Polvorazo J. Phillips 107
6Mimo J. Rodriguez 110
8th Race"I" Imported'i Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes: 4:40
Suinlela
te E. Silvera 100
2Tltom J. Chuna 113x
3Tartufo J. Ruiz 110
4Antecede C. Ruiz 120
6Apology M. Aroemena 100
6Liin Lass J. Baeaa Jr. 104x
7Manhattan J. Cont. 100
8-Flamenco V. Castillo 113
9Skywelgen C. Iglesias 108
10Count wesslyn E. Darlo 100
9th Race"H" Imported1 Mi'e
Purse: $400.00 Pool Close: 5:15
One-lwo
1Pergamino G. Graell 100
28ecuetro A. Enrique lOOx
3Charle 8. El Silvera 100
4 -Atason E. Darlo 106
5Navajo Trail O. Chanis 111
6In Time B. Moreno 120
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Brooklyn at St. Loula (N.)
New York at Cincinnati (N.)
Philadelphia at Chicago.
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Chicago ... 14
Detroit .... 14
Washington ... 14
Cleveland ... 12
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Brooklyn 000 000 0000 7 1
Chicago 100 030 2107 13 1
Palica (1-2). Haugstad and Ed-
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Hlller (4-2) and Burgess.
Boston 200 300 0005 9 0
Cincinnati 003 030 OOx6 10 0
Svahn (3-3), Nichols, Donovan
and Cooper, St. Claire.
Rainsdeu (2-4), Perkowiki,
Smith and Frames.
Cleveland at Boston.
Detroit at Philadelphia (N.)
St. I.ouii at Washington (N.)
Chicago at New York.
YESTERDAY'S RESCLTS
Detroit 100 002 0126 16 3
Washintfon 165 000 32x-ll 13 I
Hutchinson (2-1). White, Bear-
den, Borowy, Johnson and Gins-
berg.
'Marrero (5-0) and Guerra.
10th Race"H" Imported1 Mile
Purse: $400.00Pool Closes: 3:40
1Betun J. Samanlego 120
28. Chum) E. 811vera 104
3Silver Fox) C. Iglesia 110
4 El Monge M. Guerrero 110
5 -Nantago J. Chuna 107x
6 -Sandwood J. Contreras 120
7 Jepperln C. Ruiz 120
New York 310 001 0207 9 2
Pittsburgh 005 004 ltx-12 13 1
.i.i o sen. Kennedy (0-1), Jones,
Gettel, Bowman and Noble.
Queen. Koskl, rriend Murray
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(Night Game)
St. I.ouii 2, PhHadelphia 1.
Uth Rare"F-i" Nat.'i Fg.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes: xxx
1Cacique H. Reyes 107x
2Pajarito J. Contreras 120
3Danubio A. Enrique 102x
4Tapicero J. Baeza Jr. 104x
5Singapore V. Rodrig. 110
Cleveland 000 000 0000 9 1
New York 100 000 OOx1 4 1
Wynn (2-4), Brissle and Teb-
betss and llegan.
Reynolds (3-2) and Berra.
Chicago at Boston.
Postponed (Cold).
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 6.
Baby Grows Big
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ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
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Saturdays Feature Race
7th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
/. (GOLDEN TRIUMPH......J. Conlrera$ 112
2. (MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno 112
5- MM..................B. Aguirre 114
4. MARISCAUTO............A. Phillip, 115
5. POLVORAZO.............J. Phillip, 107
6- -W-WO................J. Rodrigue* 110
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4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
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Sunday's Stellar Race
7th Roce Thoroughbred Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $2,000.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
"RAUL ESPINOSA CLASSIC"
1. (LA LOBA................C. Alfaro 121
2. (BABY RO...............V. Castillo 113
3. HORTENSIA..............B. Aguirre 121
4. BATAN....................C. Rui* 126
5. GOLDEN TIP........'____A. Valdivia 118
6. MARSELLESA...........J. Contreras 121
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FRIDAY. MAY IS. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DAIL NEWSPAPER
FAil> lVt
Kid Gaviln Is 2-To-l Favorite Over Bratton
NBA Champ, However,
Predicts 'Sure' Win
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May 18.-Odd-makers evident-
ly figure that tonight's welterweight title bout in
New York will be one-sided. They've made a
champion National Boxing Association Welter-
weight King Johnny Bratton the underdog.
Flashy Kid Gaviln of Cuba 1
a heavy (l-to-2) favprlte> over
the Chicago belter In the Madi-
son Square Garden bout, tm
fight will produce an undisputed
champion since the New York
Commission has agreed to crown
the winner. Up to now. the com-
mission has ruled the title vacant
since Ray'Robinson stepped up
and won the middleweight title.
Both fighters are con!Wnt-
"Oavllan uses a lot of uasny
stuff that bolo punch and
screwball sidesteps." says Brat-
ton. 'Til be able to step in and
hit him when he starts winding
up."
Oavllan says he'll throw plenty
of bolo blows and that neu
land with them, too. ,.,_
Bratton Is so sure of hlmseir
he's making plans to retire as
champion within four years.
I want to make money fast
enough aa.1 can retire when i
am veSh old," says Bratton.
"By that time I should own a
few apartment bouses in Chi-
cago and have a steady income
for the rest of my Ufe."
Bratton plans an early retire-
ment because he wants to avoid
serious Injury.________
Flag Tourney
At Panama Golf
Club Tomorrow
Organized Baseball's Policies
Of Broadcasting 'Challenged9
Shorts Briefs
By UNITED PRESS
Four Americans have entered
the Women's British Amateur
Golf Championships which will
be played from June 4th to the
7th at Dorset. They are Grace
Lenczyk of Newington. Connec-
ticut, dot Klelty of Los Angeles,
Beverly Hanson of Indio. Cali-
fornia and Mrs. Betty Single-
ton...
Olympic officials from West
Germany say they'll pass up the
1952 games In Finland If po-
litical infiltration" by Soviet-run
East Germany becomes part of
"the entry price." Says a spokes-
man "west Germany Is un-
willing to pay any price at all to
take part in the Helsinki games."
Judge Eugene Hudson of Bos-
ton will hear a $3,000 breach of
contract suit against Bob Feller
on Monday. A Boston novelty
firm Jen-U-Ware Company-
claims the Cleveland Pitcher
failed to show u pin June of 1948
for a personal appearance In
connection with the sale of T-
shlrts bearing his signature. Fel-
ler says the firm failed to set a
proper date for the appearance...
Apparently there are some
folks who go to a race track and
don't care whether they collect
or not after picking a winner.
The Illinois Racing Board re-
ports that horse players In that
state never got around to cash-
ing In 58-thousand-dollars worth
of parl-mutuel slips last year.
"I'm afraid of brain concus-
sions the most," says Johnny.
Brain Injuries that make you
lose your marbles that leave
you punchy. Vou won't find mer
around fighting after I'm 30,"
adds Bratton. "I want to hang up
my gloves when I'm 27 when
I'm still all right."
_ o
The fighter who gave up the
welterwerght title for the middle-
weight crown Robinson Is
cutting up fancy touches in
France.
Robinson put on a two-round
show for his Parisian admirers
and promptly knocked down a
sparring partner also the rinp,.
Ray's right sent Danny Webber
spinning across the ring. As Web-
ber headed for the canvas, he
fell against a ring post and the
ring collapsed. That ended thai
exhibition.
Later yesterday, Robinson gave
a 10-thousand-dollar check to
Madame Vincent Aurlol, wife of
the French president and honor-
ary president of the French
Anti-Cancer League. The League
will get Robinson's purse in his
non-title bout with Kid Marcel
next Monday for charity work In
cancer.
o
Chicago authorities will ques-
tion Former Heavyweight
Champion Joe Louis in connec-
tion with an investigation of
poUcy rackets. State's Attorney
Boyle says Louis will be asked
to testify before a grand Jury
if Joe's statement doesn't con-
firm testimony given by a wit-
ness yesterday.
Bulldogs Invade
Tigers' Lair
Balboa High School Bulldogs
will Journey over to the Gold
Coast, Friday, to take on the
league leading Cristobal High
School Tigers and prove to all
Isthmians that they belong right
up with those leaders. The Cris-
tobal Tigers are assured of the
Scholastic Championship as a re-
sult of the Bulldogs loss to Junior
College Tuesday.
As predicted by this writer
earlier In the season, Junior Col-
lege, "could prove to be the giant
killer and swing the balance
either way." They did lust that
In knocking off the highly tout-
ed Cristobal Tigers to give Bal-
boa a chance for the title. Then
they proceeded to knock the
Bulldogs off of their polished
perch.
Even though both Cristobal
Teams are the 1951 Basketball
champions, Friday nights battle
will be hard fought as the school
rivalry Is keen and anytime these
two teams meet you can expect
a hard fought game. This game
ends the 1959-195* Intenscholas.
tic season so come early if you
expect to get a good seat. First
game is at 6:30 sharp.
A flag tournament will be
held all day Saturday and
Sunday at the Panam Golf
Club. Both men and ladies
will participate in this in-
teresting tourney. Full han-
dicaps will be allowed.
Entry fees will be ($1) one
dollar per person. All the
prizes will be bought in the
r'pro shop" at the Panam
Golf Club. This isa "support-
the-pro's" tournament.
About six prizes will be of-
fered, depending on the
number of entries.
Along The Fairways
CALLING ALL 8UMMIT GOLF-
ERS' Be at the first tee of Sum-
mit Golf Course Sunday to pre-
vent a massacre In the "Beer
MT^iose are the calls radiating
out from the Summit Golf Club
this week after last Sundays
match with Brazos Brook In the
annual "Beer Mug" tournament.
Brazos Brook took the lead MM
to 11 !i by out-golfing Summit
on the tricky Brazos Brook Golf
Course. No excuses were offered
as to why the favored Summit
team was outclassed so far, but
it Is known that Brazos was
jrimed to beat the Summit team,
,f possible, and retain the Na-
tional Brewery's Beer Mug trophy
which they captured last year.
Individual honors for the men s
low gross trophy are at present
shared by a threesomeGil Mor-
land Ad Paul Engleke of Brazos
Brook and PresTrlm, Sr.of Sum-
mit with 77 over the tricky
Brazos course. Paul holed out a
30 yard approach shot for a
bridle three on the 18th hole to
squeeze Into the threesome. Last
year's winner, Jim Rlley, and this
year's favorites, Charlie Wood
and George Rlley, had to be con-
tent with back seats after the
opening day's play.
Women's Individual low gross
honors, at present, rest In the
capable hands of Virginia Keen-
an of Brazos Brook with an 81.
Low net honors of both men
and women remain a mystery, at
present, until all score cards are
checked. Several golfers are In
contention for these prizes.
By sending out the rescue calls
to all available golfers of Sum-
mit, that team expects to be bade
In the fight for tne "Beer Mug"
team trophy. The fact that tne
final day's play will be at the
familiar Summit lay-out will
possibly help the home team this
week.
National Brewery has provided
ample kegs of Panama' finest
beer to be located at strategic
locations around the Summit nine
to bolsted the play of both teams.
So naturally phenomlnal scores
are anticipated for the final
day's play wax the experts
elqu
TOLEDO, Ohio, May 18 (UP).
Broadcasting policies of organis-
ed baseball could be affected by
a court hearing which opens
Monday in Toledo, Ohio.
The Flndlay, Ohio, Publishing
Company, ";hlch owns Station
W.F.I N.F.M. has cha 11 e n g e d
baseball's "1-D" rule. That rule,
still untested in the courts, gives
Major League clubs the right to
refuse broadcasts of their carnes
in Minor League areas when the
'Minor League clubs are playing.
W.F.I.N. officials have filed a pe-
tition for injunction In VM. Dis-
trict Court, claiming the rule
violates anti-trust laws and is an
unlawful resraint of trade.
The trouble started when
WJ.IJ*. was refused permission
to broadcast a game between
Cleveland and the Yankees at
New York. The request was de-
nied on the grounds that listen-
ers might stay at home instead
of attending a game at Lima.
Judge Frank Kloeb has been
asked to grant the Findlay sta-
tion an injunction against Lima,
its parent club, the Philadelphia
Phils and the Cleveland Indians.
In The
Letter Box
Balboa Heights, C. Z.,
May 18, 1961.
Sports Editor
Tne Panama American
Dear Sir:
One behalf of the Physical
Education and Recreation
Branch, I wish to express our
sincere appreciation for your co-
operation in making space avail-
able on your sports pages for the
many stories .published In con-
nection with activities during
the past school year. We fully
realize that your assistance and
cooperation in the coverage of
the athletic program have play-
ed an Important part in keeping
the Canal Zone communities In-
formed of the activities conduct-
ed by the Physical Education and
Recreation Branch for the Canal
Zone boys and girls.
Sincerely yours,
G. C. LOCKRIDGE,
Director, Physical
Education it Recreation.
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Wind Up Training Today
TROPHY PRESENTATION MaJ. Oen. Ray E. Porter, cen-
ter, Commanding General, United States Army Caribbean,
presented the 1951 USARCARIB Softball Trophy to Capt. W.
M. Douglaa, second from left, Commanding Officer. Head-
quarters Special Troops, the company whose team won the
USARCARIB championship. Also present at the ceremony,
which took place in the General's office this week, were Maj.
P. L. Peterson. Headquarters Commandant, left, and 1st Lt.
C. P. Russell, Athletic Director for the command, far right
(U.8. Army photo)
Former Panama Featherweight
Champion Francisco Colon Gar-
cia and present Champ Federico
Plummer today wound up their
training chores for their long-
awaited clash which will take
place Sunday night at the Pana-
ma Olympic Stadium.
Colon Garcia did most his spar-
ring for the scheduled ten-round
contest asalnst Lightweight
Champ wllfredo Brown In order
to become accustomed to having
a much taller man In the ropes
with him. Plummer and Brown
are both tall, lanky battlers.
Plummer, on the other hand,
worked out against teammate
Leonel Peralta the hard-hit-
ting lightweight sensation who
will appear on the card In his
final showing as a semlfinallst.
Peralta will move Into the main
bout ranks If he wins.
Both Plummer and Colon Gar-
cia are in tip top condition and
are sure to put up a memorable
battle. Most experts are of the
opinion that the bout will end,
by a knockout either way.
Peralta's opponent for the six-
round secondary attraction has
not yet been decided at this late
date. However, it Is almost a cer-
tainty tha he will be Baby Haw-
kins or Joe Andrade.
Hawkins gave Peralta the time
of his life in a previous meeting.
The fight was a rough, thrilling
and close contest all the way
although Peralta copped a un-
animous verdict from the Judges.
Andrade has lost only one bout
USARCARIB Invitational Tennis
Championship Scheduled For July 2
The United States Army Carib-
bean (Panama Area) Invitation-
al Tennis Championship Tourna-
ment for 1951 Is scheduled to be-
gin on Monday, July 2, lt was an-
nounced at Headquarters, Fort
Amador, today.
The tournament, featuring
single and doubles play, will be
conducted at the Fort Amador
tennis court.
Military personnel who wish to
participate should submit their
entries, through channels, to the
Chief of Special Services, at Fort
Amador, not later than June 25.
These entries should Include
name, rank, serial number, orga-
nization, competition entered
and the name of the doubles
partner when applicable. Both
office and quarters telephone
numbers must be entered on the
application.
The tennis championships In
both singles and doubles compe-
tition will be determined by a
single elimination play, and the
1950 USLTA Tennis Guide as
modified by local conditions will
govern the play. The winner of
a two-out-of-three set watch will
be declared match winner in all
matches prior to the semi-finals.
Semi-finals and finals matches
will be determined by the best
three-out-of-flve set match play.
Drawings or pairings for singles
and doubles play will be made
initially by the Chief of Special
Services, and all participants will
be notified at least four days
prior to the start of the tourna-
ment.
Engraved awards will be pre-
sented to the singles champion
and runner-up, the doubles and
the doubles runner-up. The
doubles winners will receive In-
dividual trophies.
Eight Entered
For Preakness
Run Tomorrow
BALTIMORE. Md., May 18 (UP)
Eight speedy three-year-olds,
headed by Hampton 8table's
Alerted and Greentree's entry of
Big Stretch and Hall Of Fame,
were today entered for to-
morrow's Diamond Jubilee run-
nig of the 175,000 added Preak-
ness Stakes. _
Either Alerted or the entry of
Big Stretch and Hall Of Fame In
expected to go the post favorite
in a wide-open race. Post tine
is scheduled for 5:17 n.m. EDT.
In addition to those three, Mrs.
Isabel Sloane's Bold. Mr Nora
M'kell's Renetolre. Mrs. Wallace
Gilroy's Tlmelv Reward. Mrs_
Georne Wldener's Knowitall and
C. V. Whitney's Counterpoint
were entered.
Of the eleht. five ran In the
Derby but finished far behind.
Half Of Fame finished ninth.
Timely Reward tenth. Counter-
point eleventh. Repetolre 12th
and Ble Stretch 18th.
Desoite his ooor Derby show-
ing. Big 8tretch worked out well
since arrivln nt "lmllco and has
attracted Interest.
FRANCISCO COLON GARCIA.
in 15 pro starts by decision to
Beto Scantlebury. Andrade is on
of the toughest boys in the light-
weight division at present and
has never been knocked off hi
feet. ,
The promoters of Sunday
card have announced that tr
semifinal will be put on before
the main bout In order to allow
Atlantic Side fans plenty of tlmsj
to catch the night train.
In case of rain up to 5 p.m.
Sunday, the bout will be held at
the Panama Gym. However if
the rain stops before 5 p.m. thu
bout will be held at the Stadium
I even the grounds are wet.
FAN AMA


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de/eme of our great $y$tem of democracy. Let
it honor them in true American fashion, not
as soldiei or marine, not as aviator or sailor,
not as private or general, but as equals, with
equal stakes in a great nation.
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c. Republican senator Wayne
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position to deliver an ultimatum
}e Russia as soon as the U. S.
achieves the atomic weapon
taperlority expected within the
fxt year.
1 -Morse said that as a member
fvf the Senate Armed Sea-vice
Committee he had bean advised
that as short a time as nine to
51 months will bring marked Im-
provement In United States ato-
mic supremacy "not only in
Mrma of the bomb but in terms
of other weapons."
, He also indicated that newly
Cveloped atomic weapons might
be used to force a peace settle-
pent lr. Korea.
;We Have Just Received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
i mirror-finish, with 3-speed
automatic record changer
I and 9-band radio.
> v m and "ADMIRAL"
, 3 speed record changers
for modernizing your con-
soles.
' Fresh crystal cartridges, for
' ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
|^ We also have table-model
t radio phonograph combi-
j nations,
j .CASH CREDIT CLUB. .
MUEBLERA
, CASA SPARTON
Central 223
latntranee to Encanto Theatre
"
FOR SALE
Automobile*
If you are interested in a GOOD
USED CAR. coma to Hi* NASH
and WILLYS AGENCY.
Several ditterent makti ana* models
t* chooie from!
LOW DOWN-PAYMINT
IASY TIRMS
clora you buy >ee what w* h*ve
to otter!
CIA. CYRNOS. S. A.
On* block from Tiveli Crossing.
MISCELLANEOUS
TEEN-AGERS The new "Young Miss"
cream cold wave created espe-
cially for you has just arrived.
Much glomour for your graduation
and "Red Door" festivities. Genell
Blits, Cocoli Beauty Shop 4-557.
FOR RENT
Houses
Da you hove a drinking ptoblam?
Write Alcoholic Anonymous
Boa 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile "98"
perfect condition, finence avail-
able, radio, new tires, your mo-
ney's worth, Ponoma 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-1
condition, white side wall tire,
radio, I 1,000 miles. A bargain
for your money. Come and sea it.
Panama Auto. S. A. Justo Arose-
mena Ave.
Boby Orchids bouquets and corsages
for hospital, birthday gifts, all
occasion. Also air expressed any-
where in the United States. Or-
childs Garden, telephone Panama
3-0771. Atlantic side, Cristobal
3-1033.
Retired Americans: For only $35.00
we leas* house, ond land on Trans-
Isthmian Highway, 20 minutes
fro mcity, with river, light, run-
ning water. Inquire personally 11,-
36th St. near Lux Theater, Par-
terson's.
RESORTS
Gramlich's Santa Clara beoch-
cottoges. Electric to boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rata. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
BARGAIN! BARGAIN!
Value $721. for $300.
Round Trip Ticket to Rie
Vio O C 6
Call Balboa 1653, after 5 o'clock
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lawn ond garden. Three bedrooms
..with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, dinihgroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
tura is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Paitill and Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
Villiams Santa Clara Beoch Cottoge.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas range. Phon* Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT:Ideal vacation spot in
the hills of Vermont, all modern
convenience, furnished apartment
suitable for four people, no ob-
jection to children rent $70 per
month can inquire locolly Notch 2-
1855 on write Ed. Mooney, Pitts-
ford Vermont.
FOR SALEOldsmobile "88" Coupe
1950, only 10,000 miles, excellent
tires, perfect condition, almost new.
Can be financed, Ponama Auto
S. A. J. Arosemena Ave.
FOR SALE:Packard two door se-
dan white wall tires, seat cover
in extremely good condition with
7.300 miles for B.2,000 00. Term.
Call to Co. General de Seguros,
S. A. from 8:00 a. m. to I :00 p.
m. 2-2040.
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "88"
block Oldsmobile, De Luxe 2-door
sedon, Hydromotic Drive, radio,
WSW, directional lights, seat-
covers, chrome shades, under-
cooted, fender ponis. Excellent
condition. Price $2,050.00. 5524-
C, Haines St., Diobk) Hgts., Tel.
2-3289.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enomels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
Is your car 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:Plate Gloss 6 x 4 x >/."
reasonable prices. Agencias Lumi-
no, S. A. Central Ave. 232, Tel.
3-1033 3-1034.
FOR SALE:Packard 4 Door Sedan
1942 model, rodio heoter, fog
lights, elec. windshield wipers, good
tires. Phone 3-2561.
Reliable Mechanic will check and re-
pair your engine at TROPICAL
MOTORS.
FOR SALE:1951 Kaiser 4-door se-
don De Luxe. Hydramatic drive,
radio, WSW tires, priced for quick
sole. Call Kovel, Cristobal 2623.
between 8:00 0. m. ond 5:30 p.
m.
FOR SALECorona portable type-
writer, silent model, used only
three weeks. Reasonable. Call at
No. 23, B Avenue, 3rd floor, Rios.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet, three
bedrooms, spacious yard, view
overlooking golf club ot La Carras-
quilla rental $100.00. Miguel
Hive. Phone 3-2145.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet. 2
bathrooms, 2 porches, garage, gar-
den. Via Porras No. 81. Inquire
No. 8, 18th Street Son Francisco.
Phillip. Beach cottage, Santa Clara
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnisheo-unlurnished apart-
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St., New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
on.
FOR SALEMust sell girls 26" bike.
Like new. $30.00. 1-3 H. P. 25
Cyle motor, $15.00 cash. Tele-
phone 6-128, Gamboa.
FOR SALE:12 gauge double bar-
rel shotgun, one big electric fon
25 cycle, $25 tokes both. Apply
to Ducky, lanitor, at West Side
Ferry Hunting Club.
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0(40.
FOR SALE:Yeor guarantee. Excel-
lent condition, 25 cycle, 9 foot
Westmghous* Refrigerator $175.
Several size green wooden shodes
ond venation blind cheap 2-
3498. 1433-B, Corr, Balboa.
Eleven old-timers In the Ca-
nal-Railroad organization Will
receive retirement certificates
1 rom the Governor dated June
1, 1951, after periods of service
that range from nine to thirty-
lour years.
The retiring employes, their
positions and periods of service
lollow:
Newton W. Bagby. blacksmith
in the Industrial Bureaa, nine
years, one month and nine days.
Lloyd W. Blaney. Safety Ins-
pector In the Electrical Divi-
sion, 3 years, six month and two
days.
John S. Campbell, boiler-
maker in the Dredging Division,
34 years, eleven months and
twenty-nine days.
William T. Compton, customs
Inspector at Cristobal, 25 years,
eight months and ten and one
half days.
Mrs. lola J. Edwards, clerk in
the Clubhouse) Division, 11
years, nine months and ten
days.
Aram H. Hatch, Chief of the
Water and Laboratories Branch,
33 years, nine months and three
days. ,
Keith E. Kelly, clerk in the
Finance Bureau, 21 years, four
months and six days.
Emil C. Knapp, assistant re-
lief marine bunkering foreman,
Railroad and Terminals Bu-
reau. 19 years, ten months and
fourteen days.
Clarence L. Sklllman, senior
maintenance mechanic at Oor-
gas Hospital, 26 years, one
month and four days.
Leonard H. Stark, pipefitter
26
THE HOTEL EL PANAMA welcomes two "Generals of the
Armed Forces for a Day." In this gesture of honor to the
services this morning, Joseph R. Cunningham, manager of
El Panama, greets Frederick Stuart Clemmons. 11, and Lynn
Marie Raymond. 10, who won their "commissions" In a slogan
contest conducted In connection with National Defense Week.
They checked In at the hotel this morning, and will be guests
of the hotel during their day of glory, culminating in the
joint review late today which Inaugurates tomorrow's ob-
servance of Armed Forces Day. Representative members of
El Panama's staff stand behind Cunningham to join In the
welcome: left to right, ,R. B. Osgood, assistant manager;
Luther 8mith, bellboy; Vernes Clark, housekeeper-secretary;
Daniel A. Ferry, pastry chef; John Becker, chef-steward, and
Juan da Costa, waiter.
(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Lynch)
organization on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus.
FOR SALE:9 ft. G. E. all porcelain
refrigerator. 25 cycle. Unit 2 years
old, excellent running condition
$100. 0433-E. Ancon 10-6. Sat-
urday and Sunday.
OR RENT:Apartment for rent,
279 Central Avenue. Telephone
3-0140, Panama.
refrigerator, radio-victrolo combi-
FOR SALE:Mahogany diningroom
set. Carpenter assortment. Me-
chanic tools. Wilgian tapestry,
pictures, trailer springs, 9 x 12
rug. library table with plate glass
top, household effects, basement
lattice work. Margorifa 8225-A.
6th Street.
in the Industrial Bureau, ae jjr Hatch was born in Aln-
years, six months and nlne-,tal)i cicilla, Asia Minor, and is
teen and one half days. L naturalized Unitet sutes cl-
6 to go to FOrt Lauderdale, Flo-
rida.
Mr. Stark was born in Ver-
non County, Missour',He served
in the U. S. Navy inAi 1907 to
Sergeant Leslie E. Wilkinson, Uzen He wag graduated irom 1910 and was employed as plpe-
of the Police Division at Pedro Harvard University in 1913 with fitter in California for about
Miguel, 23 years, eleven months
and four days. 1
Mr. Bagby, a native of Palla-
elght years. He was first em-
ployed in the Canal Zone Jan-
uary 20, 1919 as pipefitter In
the Building Division. He serv-
The Panama Conal invites proposals
for furnishing 9-7.80 sq. ft. Tropical
Hardwood Plywood, from 1/4" to
3/4" thickness, under sealed bids fOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated
FOR RENT:Completely indepen-
dent apartment in beautiful resi-
dential house in New Cristobal,
for couple or bochelor. Livingroom-
diningroom, large bedroom. Kitch-
en. Modern bathroom. Fine fur-
niture. Refrigerator, gas stove.
Hot water $60.00. Unfurt:shed
$45.00. Phon* 1191-J or 599-L.
FOR SALE: Convertible Buick
Roodmaster Canary Yellow. New
black top and tires. Purchased
April 1948. Undercoat, radio,
spotlight, directional signals, elec-
tric windows. 25,000 miles. Very
easily financed, only $1,250.
Cristobal, phone 3-1421.
opening Moy 29. 1951. Invitotion
No. 395 available at office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant's
quarters, hot water installation.
Good location, Bella Visto. No. 32,
44th Street. Telephone 3-0815.
.1.
FOR SALE: Mirror, new 12 in x
48 in. New toble top for bridge or for RENT:Furnished
legs. 0777C-2-3356.
FOR SALE: Lincoln 40. Couch,
dining set, double-bed, crib, dres-
ser, refrigerator, 25 cycle. 105-D,
8th. Street, New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:1937 Ford Coupe, mo-
tor, top, body not so hot. Tire
excellent, 2 spare on rims, $175.-
00. Phone Cnstobol 3-2543.
FOR SALE:1942 Plymouth Sedon.
Excellent condition. $450.00. 463
D. Cocoli. Phon 2-1006.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick, 4 door
*upar; 1941 Chevrolet, coach. ,2-
1605; 5727-A, Dioblo Heights.
FOR SALE;For the mon who ap-
preciates a truly fine car, 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roadmaster Sedan-
efte with Radio ond Air System.
Less than 9,000 actual mile,
maintained in perfect condition.
This cor delivers in New York for
$3,265.00. Avoidable here for $2,-
100 00. Telephone Panama 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings, Sturgill.
FOR SALE:Venetian blinds, kitch-
en cabinet, youth bed. Lionel O'
gauge electric train, freight cars,
transformers and many accessor-
ies. Saturday and Sunday only.
House 69, 3rd Street, New Cristo-
bal. Tel. 3-1308.
apartment
201 I Melendez Ave. Apply Balin
6029, Balboa Ave. Colon. Phone
475-J or 517-J offer 6:30 p. m.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:Smoll furnished oport-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Bello
Vista, No. 13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished oport-
ment, porch, parlor-diningroom,
kitchen, sanitary conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply 112 Via Beliurio Porras
near Roosevelt Theatre.
nation, electric clocks, 16 inch fon
I all 25 cycle J, singla beds, Royal
typewriter, electric sewing ma-
chine, double bed ond dressing
table, child' rocker, Venetian
blinds, toble and floor lamps, oc-
cassional table, coffee toble
china. 2-1605. 5727M, Dioblo'
Heights.
a degree in chemical engineer-
ing and was' employed as a
, chemist In New Jersey until 1813
froose, Georgia, was first em- |wnen ne returned to Harvard as .
ployed by the Canal organiza- a gra(iuate student and assist- cd in the same position in the
tion November 15, 1941 as a|ant instructor In chemistry. He Health Bureau and the Mecha-
blacksmlth in the Mechanical 10Dtalned his M. A. degree in nlcal Bureau throughout his
Division at Cristobal. He camei1918 and was employed in Bos-(Canal service. Mr. and Mrs.
to the Canal Zone from' Bir-'ton for a year Dei0re coming to 1 Stark plan to leave by air about
' the first of June to go to Arri-j
ba, Colorado.
FOR SALE>furniture. House 8200
A, 6th St. Morgarito. C. Z I
Davenport-sofa. I Westinghouse
refrigerator. 9 ft. 25 cycle. I Easy
washing mochlne, 25 cycle, 1 G.
E. Radio, 25 cycle, cabinet sew-
ing moehine electric. 1 kitchen
table, side board. I 3-4 bed
with innerspring mattress, several
choirs.
rOR SALE:Westinghout "foot
porcelain refrigerator, Maytog
washing machine. General Electric
toble model radio. 1443-B, Owen
Street, Balboa.
mlngham, Alabama, where ne the Isthmus. He was employed
had been a blacksmith since |M cnemlst at tne Miraflores
1919. He served in the U.S. at- iF1itration Plant July 28, 1917.
my from 1917 to 1919. He had;He was named chlef enemlst ln
only one short break In his ^-!Apru 1927 and was designated .....
nal service ln 1942 flflre"| chief of the Water and Labor-1 state College at Ames and
malned in the same position | storles Britain following the j farmed in Minnesota and Tex-
throughout his employment Mr. Canal reorganization last July.'as before coming to the Canal
Sgt. Wilkinson, a native of
Armstrong, Iowa, attended Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch plan to
leave May 26 on the S. S. An-
con to go to Plttsford, Vermont.
Mr. Kelley, a native of South
Bend, Indiana, was first em-
ployed by the Isthmian Canal
and Mrs. Bagby left the Isth-
mus in February to go to Bir-
mingham. ...
Mr. Blaney's employment witn
the Canal started May 23, 1914,
when he became a wireman to
the Electrical Division. He was, omrnisslon July 27, 1910. He
born near Lencont Ice, "nn-. ryed as utility gang foreman,
sylvania, and had been employ-. shlppm cierKi and wrapper
ed in Pennsylvania and ^land checker in the Commissary
York before coming to-tne ca- |Divlslon untll 1912 when he
nal Zone. He left the Canal or- j Decame postmaster at Toro
ganlzatlon ln 1918 and return- |polnt He also served as inspec-
ed six years later when he wMjto,- recorder and dispatcher ln
reemployed as cablespllcer. tie ,ne Dredgin8 anc( Quartermast-
FOR SALERefrigerator, excellent
condition. $100 cash. Call 3-
0406, Edificio Chorles (Lions Club
House), Ricardo Arias Street. Apt.
No. 1,
WANTED TO BUY:Jeep in good
condition. For information inquire,
'Reconstructora Nacional" PeruF0R rent:3 room apartment, 10
Avenue No. 7. Tel. 2-0406, 8:00
to 12 and 2 to 6 p. m.
WANTED: Used lawn mower in
good condition. Telephone 3-1581.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Super
Dynoflow 2 door sedan. Excellent
condition. Duty paid. Call Pon-
oma 3-1975 from 9 a. m. to 5 p.
m.
FOR SALE:1940 Plymouth Sedan.
Good condition. Has new battery
& tires. 107-B, Pedro Miguel, C.
FOR SALE:By originol 1941 Super
De Luxe Plymouth Coupe, radio,
heoter, new tires, mileage, *x-
ceptionol low pnce. $450. Phone
Albrook 2195 Ots 20.
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Club
Coupe! Duty poid, radio, excellent
condition throughout $875.00;
1947 Ford 3-4 ton Panel $550.-
00; ond vorious other good cheap
cars at Agenda Ponamotores, No.
27 "Q" St, Tel. 2-1185. Ponamo.
FOR SALE: 'Dodge Wayforer"
1950 originol owner. Duty po.d.
Like new. $2,000.00. Inquire at
SAS.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible.
18,000 miles, tires less than 5.-
000, top average. Coll 25-2253
before 4:30 p. m. 25-2315 after
4 30 p. m. Duty Paid.
WANTED:Second hand Chevrolet
or Ford pick-up 3-4 ton in good
condition. Call Garcia, Balboa
Police Station.
1-2 St. House.10.099. Cal
876-J.
Colon
FOR SALE: Covenport 2 maple
choirs 3 maple tobies, 4 lomRS, ,
9 x 12 maroon wool rug, admiral jjeriod Canal service working
also served as transmission
lineman and general operator
before he was named salety
Inspector in March 1945. Mr.
Blaney left about the first of
March to go to Tampa, Florida.
Mr. Campbell, who was born
in Camden, New Jersey, was
first employed as a shipfitter
in the Mechanical Division Feb-
ruary 24, 1918. He had held the
same position in the New York
Shipbuilding Company at Cam-
den, New Jersey, for ten years
before coming to the Isthmus.
He served ln that position and
as boilermaker throughout his
FOR RENT:One beautiful 3 bed-
room apartment, No. 28, 40th St.
Information 2-2252, Dr. Morales.
WANTED TO BUY:--Used pick-up
in good condition. Opposite Vister-
moso Theatre. School garden,
Villaln. Eating hours.
WANTED TO BUY: Small boat
suitable for use with 5 H. P out-
board motor. Coll Albrook 2224. FOR RENT Furnished
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
or without board, to respectable
perscn. Bella Vista 48th Street No.
7, coolest ond nicest location.

LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence m ballroom dancing.
Leove name, address, phone at
desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106.
Balboa. Harnett & Dunn.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Studebaker Champion,
De Luxe, 1947, overdrive, new
tires ond battery, from filter, un-
dercooted. original owner, $925.
Tel. 2-6355.
FOR SALE: 1941 Pontioc (81
Club Coupe in excellent condition.
$200.00. overhaul work recently
completed. Tires excellent. Radio
ond heoter Price $400 00. 5444-
L. Endicott St. Diablo Hgts.
FOR SALE:Station Wogon 1942
Oldsmobile. $225.00. 518-A, Cu-
rundu Heights.
.03 SALE: 1950 Crosley "SpoTt
Rooditer," radio, perfect conrli.
t on, reo'cncb!e. 0840 Apt. H.
Arcocio Place, Bolboo.
TH I rtr'VRr (DW
Pbaoe -.'-1.11:1
LOTS KO SALS
Down Pavmenl SIM.
Monthly Payment SIS
LOTS on Paved Street from tl 00
Q. Meier.
rot Rent: Heavy Caulpmeal tori
(round levellna.
W Kent lts on Lone Terms
L.I CluOs 11 tl ma II Weeny
room, pri-
vate entrance and bath, Bella Vis-
ta. Also one room opartment, very
cool. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
NOTICE TO RETIRING EMPLOYES
FOR SALE: Retort property at
SEACLIFF ACRES "that will pro-
vide you with a home, AND pay
10 to 15 per cent on your in-
vestment. Phone POSEY, Balboa
2698.
FOR SALE: Lovely large home,
garage, pjtio, braezaway Hollow
Tile & Cement. Wafer, Electricity,
completely furnished. Inspection
daily. Gorgono Beoch. Phone Fos-
__ter. Bolboo 2130. I892:_______
FOR SALE:"Copecito" form on the
Rood to El Voll*. Area 72.000 q.
Mts. including a concrete chalet
and mud-hut. machine ond tool
shed, artesan well, electric plont
and smoll pond. Easy payments,
payable in 20 years. Inquire Dr.
Pedro Vosco Nez (Centro Me-
dico 1 .
combination, radlo-victroia
model, airway vacuum all al
ments. double innerspring
tress, wogon tricycle. Albrook 7242.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator Kelvinator,
60 cycle, in perfect condition.
452 La Carrasquilla.
Divisions until June 1924
when he left the Canal organi-
zation. He was reemployed in
December 1940 as clerk in the
District Quartermaster Division
and in April 1942 was transfer-
red to the Accounting Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley left last
week on the 8. S. Panama to
go to Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Knapp, who was born ln
Guatemala of American parents,
was first employed briefly in
Zone. He was first employers'
as Canal Zone policeman June
27, 1927. He served as patrol-,
man in Balboa, Ancon and Pe-
dro Miguel until 1937 when he
was promoted to sergeant and
named assistant station com-
mander at Pedro Miguel. He
became substation commander
at Ancon irf August 1941 and!
later served ln the same posi-
tion at Gatun and Pedro Ml-
tion at Gatun and Pedro Miguel.
Sgt. Wilkinson plans to leave the
Isthmus the first of June on the
S.S. Panama to go to Donna,
Texas.
LI. George Cockle
Gels Commission;
Goes To Benning
FORT RILEY. Kan.. May 18.
Second Lieutenant George R.
Cockle, son of Mrs. George D.
1918 as messenger in the Me-
chanical Division. Reemployed Cockle of 341 A. Margarita St.,
in the same post in the Quar-' Cristobal, C. Z., received hla
, termaster Division in November commission as a Reserve officer
table fn the Mechanical, Marine and 192it he also served as clerk In the United States Armv a?
graduation exercises held for
Army Officer Candidate Class
29, on May 5.
ttoch-1 Dredging Divisions. Mr. and Mrs. ;. tne cvu Affairs Division un-
mot-Campbell plan to leave June tll September 1923 when he left
FOR SALE:Household effects ond
furniture. Excellent condition. Coll
Panama 3-1975 from 9 0. m. to
5 p. m.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Frigidoira" ica
box with deep freeze compartment,
lotest model, 25 Cyl. all porcelain
Inside ond Out. Used 4 months.
Will sell for $400. Telephone
Ft. Amodor 5238..
FOR SALE: Household articles,
Philco table radio-phonograph.
House No. 2026, 2nd Street, Apt.
"A," Curundu.
FOR SALE:Bargain! Westinghouse
Refrigerator, porcelain. Excellent
condition. Radio 25 and 60, Red
Tank, C. Z. House 506-C.
FOR SALE:Bendix 60 cycle wash-
ing machine. Chinese chest of
drawers, 120 base occordion ana"
Misc. household effects. 518-A,
Curundu Heights.
LOST fir FOUND
FOR SALE
Rout* & Motor*
OR SALE Motor-boot twenty foot
overall. Equipped for fishing, new
condition, socrifi'. Inquire house
752-C, Balboa Rood.
DID YOU FIND IT?
If not, you lia' not try ut. W* carry
th* largest and most complot* Ka*
of MOTOROLA Custom Built car
radiet. radio parts and tubos. W*
alto carry a choice assortment o
utomobil* accessaries. Don t wait*
precious time shopping. W have
under ana real what you ere leaking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES S. A.
Home *f Motorola Radios
Ave. Je*e Francisco do la Ossa 38.
Campbell plan .
on the S. S. Panama and will
make their home in St. Peters-
burg. Florida. '
Mr. Compton was born in
Chile of American parents and
came to the Isthmus in 1912
after his graduation from Ohio
WesWan university He was
employed for a short time that
vear as special secretary for the
isthmian Canal Commission- ,He
attended Harvard University
Graduate School and taught
English at the Panama Institute
and was employed by theCt
nal June 1, 1918. He served as,
customs inspector and deputy employed July 23, 1915 as
UAH*
R.CA.
RADIOS
LA POSTAL
U Central Avenue
shinning commissioner
1921 when he resigned. Reem-
ployed in 1927, be ryed as
customs inspector and board-
ing officer until 1942 when he
entered the Army. He was re-
employed as to^Va an"
after his discharge In 1946 ano
became customs inspector In
April 1950. Mr. and Mrs. Comp-
ton probably will leave June 15
no the S S Ancon and do not
know where they will make
Khome in the United1 States^
Mrs. Edwards, who was bom
ln Mebane. North Parolina,
came to the Isthmus in 191.
soon after her marriage to Dr.
H Edwards of Colon She gra-
duated from Barter Scotia Col-
lege at Concord, North Caro-
lina, and had taught choolta
North Carolina before coming
to the Isthmus. She was ain-
Uated with the Y.M C.A on
the Atlantic aide of the istn-
mus for several years and when
that closed, she began a long,
period of volunteer service witn
local rate girls' groups at tne ;
Cristobal Silver Clubhouse, dur-
ing which she organized the
Girls Community League, taught
various classes and performed
many other volunteer services.
She was employed by the Club-
house Division April 17, 1940.
and served as head of the Home
Service Department at the Cris-
tobal 811ver Clubhouse, was in
charge of the Library, and later
performed various clerical du-
ties In the local rate clubhouse,
the organization again. He
served as helper ln the Mecha-
nical Division from 1924 to
1927 when he again left Canal
service. Reemployed in January
1937, he served as gauger and
foreman and cribtender ln the
Storehouses and Oil Handling
Plants until September 1948
when he was made assistant
foreman. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp
plan to leave June 15 on the S.
S. Ancon to go to Minerville,
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Skillman, who was born
in Herndon, Virginia, was ilrst
a
Commissioned an Infantrv Of-
ficer, Lieutenant, Cockle has
been assigned to the Infantry
School at Fort Benning. Ga., iot
further specialized training.
Naval Commandant
Aide, Fly to Chile
I
Rear Admiral A. M. Bledsoe,
commandant of the 15th Naval
District, left at 6 a. m. yesterday
by military aircraft for Santia-
go, Chile, via Lima, Peru.
plumber ln the Building Divi-
sion. He was employed as a j
plumber ln Washlngtcv. D. C.
and New York for about seven I "e was accompanied bv hit
years before coming to the Isth- ?,e- "-., Commander J E.
mus. He left Canal services in 5aln"^^htv,cmTi,d!r,U
October 1920 and was reemploy- ; fvinJ^nnUJfeitni*val Dlttr-ic.
ed as a plumber in August 1930. ^1'atln <"ic" "JgL??" "
He became a general mechanic wnch the flteht wal ma'dl ^
in the Health Department three j V^ne Navv nVrtv tf dul hark
months later and remained in I lnTthee S Sh/mV Sur-
t t Pos ion throughout the ing AdmlraI Bledsoe's absence,
rest of his Canal service. He Capt. L. E. Cotev is acting as
plans to leave by air about June Naval District commandant.
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PAGE SEVEN
Truman Attacks Taft,
Warns Of Inflation
By MERRIMAN SMITH
WA8HINOT0N, May IS (UP).
President Truman angrily ac-
cused hU opponents yesterday o
playing "petty poltica" with the
nation's security and appealed to
the public to turn the heat on
Congress /or a strong new econo-
mic controls law.
He Utterly attacked Sen, Rob-
ert A. Taft. R. O., and Indirectly
denounced the Korean war stra-
tegy proposals of Gen. Douglas
MacArthur in a gloves-off speech
reminiscent of his 1948 "give *em
neh" Presidential campaign.
Before 1^00 delegates to the
National Conference, on Citizen-
ship, the Chief Executive warned
that toe nation faces a "very
real danger of war" with Russia
and cannot afford business
or politics as usual
without mentioning Taft bjf
name, Mr. Truman lambasted
What he called the Ohio Repub-
lican Senator's "very foolish"
proposal that the armed force* be
reduced by 600,000 men.
"Slashing the sl2e of our ar-
med forces would not be econo-
my It would be an Invitation
to war," he declared.
He also noted that "the same
C nator" had endorsed Gen.
MacArthur's proposals for bomb-
ing Manchuria and using Na-
tionalist China troops.
Taft fired back that the pre-
sent goal of S.500,000 men In the
armed forces Is "no sacred fig-
ure" and that the Joint Chiefs
of Staff themselves had been in
doubt for months as to what the
military strength should be.
"We can do the same Job with
fewer people and nearly every-
body admits that there Is a great
waste of military personnel/' he
said.
Hitting at Taft and MacArthur
simultane, My, Mr. Truman said
that progf&iff would get the
country in "an all-out war with
China all by ourselves at a time
like this."
Mr. Truman said the Admin-
istration's program Is designed
"to ward off World War -HI" and
warned that the cost of an ll-
out war would be "10 to 20 times"
as great as present defense
spending.
Mr. Truman charged that "spe-
cial interest lobbies" are trying
to wreck the whole anti-inflation
when the present law expires
June 30.
Unless the law is extended and
strengthened as the Administra-
tion has' recommended, he said,
"the coat of living will go through
the roof and that will mean
ruin for our defense program."
Urging consumers to do some
lobbying of their own, Mr. Tru-
man said:
"You had better let your Con-
Sseaman know where he stands,
e him while you're here."
roe; Make-up bv Adela Bettis
and Lighting and Sound Effects,
program and let controls run out Arnold Levlne.
Theater Guild Sees
Folk Pby; Elects
Officers. Board
The annual meeting of the
Theater Guild was held recently
at the ymca.
The new officers elected for
the year were: President. Jack
Meenan; Vice President. Bob
Johnson: Secretary, Virginia
Christian; Treasurer, Bruce Car-
penter.
The Board of Directors mem-
bers serving for two years were: )
Peggy Smith. Don Grefe and
Gracelyn Johnston.
The new board members elect-
ed were: Jimmy Roberts and
Nancy Sidebotham.
A chop suey dinner was served
b ya committee headed by Mary
Lowrie and assisted by Violet
Meehan and Sylvia Carpen';.
Entertainment for the evening
was a folk play of the Ozark
Mountains. "Feet First" by Helen
S. White and directed by Claude
Aycock.
The cast included: Granny
Peaaley, Jeannette Kovel; Ellie
Lou. her granddaughter. Trudy
Lampert; Belle Martin, a neigh-
bor. Patty Baker: Buck Jeffers. a
neighbor Arnold Levlne; Mr.
Lawlor. a construction engineer,
Jerry Axelrod.
Set Design and Decoration
were by Belle Clemmons and
Catsy Tavlor: Set Construction by
Bill Lloyd, Bill Taylor and George
Bobbitt; Properties by Edith Sal-
mon; Costuming by Elolse Mon-
AIRMAN OF THE MONTH at Albrook Air Force Base is Pfc.
Sylvester Sanders (right) shown with Lt. Col. Harry L.
Domnlng, acting Albrook base commander, as they plot
Sander'3 trip to Buenos Aires, a reward for being selected
lor the Honor. Sanders was selected for his efficiency, con-
duct and bearing. He Is a laboratory technician with the
5700th Medical Squadron, has eight months service and Is a
native of Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
(U.S. Air Force photo)
Okinawa Being Whipped Into
Most Important US Airbase
y JACK JAMES
WEMK
For the
Graduate
who deserves
the best.
WATERPROOF
SBOCKPROOP
17 Jewela
Sweep second
Choice of
stainless steel
gold filled or
solid gold cue.
JIIVKMU
Mercurio
141 Central Avenue
from scratch in primitive Okin-
awa.
Other contractors from Japan
and Okinawa are building houses
for air and ground forces and
their families. Small cities of
typhoon-proofed houses cluster
on grassy fields.
Theaters, gymnasiums, clubs,
for officers and enlisted men of
all ranks even a department
store have mushroomed to
serve nearly 30,000 Americans
who make up this outpost com-
munity. It must all be brought In.
Okinawa is too poor a country
to provide the necessities for Its
own people.
JUST RECEIVED
a Shipment of
DOG SUPPLIES
We have also JUST RECEIVED a
SHIPMENT of
JLimoges"
French Porcelain Dinnerware
OKINAWA, May. 18 (UP)
The stepchild of the United
States bases in the Pacific Is In
the middle of the war boom. Two
years ago Okinawa was a desol-
ated, typhoon-swept island with
an unhappy air force and army
garrison boused in weather beat-
en huts. Now it bustles with bull-
dozers and graders and cement
mixers of contractors, and planes
and trucks of the military.
The United States is obviously
building to' stay. The United
States taxpayer has already
spent 161 million dollars to make
over Okinawa into a modern
American military installation.
For that the United States and
their sister Democracies will find
the strategic island one of the
best air bases In the world,
Okinawa's primary Importance
la an airfield and the ground
force units recognize that. Great
war contributions are being made
from the island now. Dally
superfortresses roar northwest
from the Island to raid the Com-
munist positions and Installa-
tions in North Korea,
Okinawa's importance as a key
base in the Western Pacific was
recognised before the Korean
war, however, and that's why the
Island swarms with construc-
tion workers.
From Okinawa a B-29 can
range over a larger area of pos-
sible trouble than from any
other pacific base available to
the alllti. They oan carry a
maximum twelve-ton bomb load
Into Kamchatka and to the Lake
Bakall areas of Siberia if neces-
sary. They can cover all of
China, most of Southeast Asia
and fly to the Eastern corner of
India.
The B-29 airfields in the Ryu-1
gru Islands are closer to their I about the same positions as they
orean target areas as those in i were during World War II.
Japan are nearer to the China;-------------------------
ports and to Formosa than Jap- i PULLMAN. Wash. May 20.
an bases or Clark Field In the I 'U.P.J. Washington State Col-
Philippines, lege's track coach is looking for
MaJ. General Ralph Stearley,' a pair of size 16 track shoes,
commander of the Twentieth; The coach, Jack Mooberry. says
Bomber Command says Okinawa his freshman Jump star Howard
is the "Key to the Pacific." McCants of River Rouge. Mich.,
The United States contractors needs them to replace too-small
Atlantic Side Siren
Forms Final Link
In Warning Chain
The last air raid siren to be
reinstalled was connected this
week on the Atlantic side of the
Isthmus, completing the cen-
trally controlled warning system
for the entire Canal Zone which i
was in operation during World :
War II.
Most of the sirens have been
in operation since April 11 when
the first of the noon all clear i
signals was sounded as a dally j
test of the warning system.
Only about half of the sirens
to be reinstalled on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus were in
operation when the first dally
test was made. The last of those
remaining to complete the sys-
tem was placed in operation
Wednesday.
The sirens are all located in
Available in Open Stock
have moved in with their heavy
equipment to build roads and
runways and to lay out a mam-
moth network of fuel and sup-
ply depots, warehouses, machine
shops, power Plants and water
systems which must, be built
tennis shoes. McCants. 19,
weights 235 pounds and stands
6 feet, 8'/2 inches. In the cram-
ped tenis shoes, he has cleared
6 feet, 3 inches with ease, tieing
the Northern division Pacific
coast conference champion.
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Community Dance
On 'Admin' Apron
Comes Off Tonight
A community dance its to be
held tonight on the apron In
front of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights. The
Pacific Civic Council Is sponsor-
ing this get-together to climax
National Defense Week.
Music will be furnished by a
joint Army-Air Force band and
the clubhouses have arranged to .Wl
nave soft drinks, hot dogs, and up to 30 at the age of two.
hamburgers available.
This type of entertainment will
be recalled by old-timers on the
Isthmus. They have fond recol-
lections of get-togethers on this
spot, either to celebrate Fourth
of July, the arrival of he fleet,
or just to celebrate.
There will be ample seating
and parking space and dancing
will be enjoyed In the coolest
spot on the Pacific side. The
dance starts at 7 p.m.
Wisard at Age of X
WORCESTER. Mass. (UP.).
Rose Marie Delnegro can count
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(.1 m:h AI AND MRS. MORRIS TO ENTERTAIN
" The Commander-in-chief, Caribbean Command, Lt.Gen-
end William H. H. -Morris Jr.. and Mrs. Morris will entertain
Sunday and Monday at the Commanding General s "ere
on Quarry Heights in honor of the Minister of War of Brazil,
General Newton Estillar Leal, who will be their house guest
irom Sundav afternoon to Tuesday morning. He a* his
I arty'are arriving from an official visit to the United States,
e.i route to Rio de Janeiro. In the party is Major General C.
L. Mullins. U. S. Armv Representative on the Joint BrazIIian-
I'nited States Military Commission in Rio de Janeiro.
. i General and Mrs. Morris have issued invitations lor a
il inner partv to be held Sunday evening and a cocktail party
.which will take place Monday at 6:30 p.m.
... Monday at 8 a.m. the visiting Minister of War will be
t honored at a Joint Military Review at the Quarry Heights
1 arade Grounds. After the review he and his party will be
- taken on a tour of the Canal Zone, including a trip through
ine Cut and Gatun Lake and a'vislt to Fort Davis.
Dii ner Party
at Peruvian Embassy
The Ambassador o Peru to Pa-
nama. Dr. Emilio Ortiz de Zeva-
Uos. entertained at dinner at the
Emoassy on La Cresta In honor
oti.Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Miro
Quesada of Lima, Peru, who are
veiling her mother. Mrs. Fran-
cisco Arias Parades in Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan
Entsrtaining This Evening
The Economic Attache of the
tinned States Embassy in Pana-
ma* and Mrs. Louis C. Nolan are
gLvi/ig a cocktail buffet this
evening at'6:30 at their residence
on Golf HeiEhts.
Vlaitors Leave
for Central America
After a short visit at Miraflores
with Mr, and Mrs. Charles P.
Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bar-
rows left bv airplane this morn-
ing tor Costa Rica. They will al-
ad 'visit Guatemala and Mexico
Before returning to their home in
Anaheim. California.
Aide to General Morric
Arrives trom U.S.
"Major and Mrs. Warren Stueler
arrived today from the United
States for duty at Quarry Heights
where Major Stueler will succeed
Major O. M. Seignious as aide-
de-camp to Lt. General William
H.H. Morris. Jr.. commander-in-
chlef Caribbean Command.
Mrs. Donahue Honored
at Luncheon
Mrs. Edward T. Donahue was
the guest of honor at a bridge
luncheon given yesterday by Mrs.
William L. Wells and Mrs. Elmer
Brown at the home of Colonel
arid Mrs. Wells at Fort Amador.
oClonel and Mrs. Donahue and
their daughter are leaving Sun-
day for his new post at Fort Le-
wis. Washington.
Included in the guest list with
Mrs. Donahue were Mrs. Frank
Stone, Mrs. Billy Geery, Mrs. A.
R. HUdebrand. Mrs. E. L. Beau-
champ. Mrs. M. Shore, Mrs. R.
Q. Fleet. Mrs. J. M. Hollls. Mrs. P.
L. Peterson. Mrs. J. V. Thompson,
Mrs. T. Turner and Mrs. H. L.
Landt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ely
Leave on.Vacation Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Rodnev B. Elv of
Diablo Heights and their chil-
dren, Miss Barbara Ely. Rodney,
Marjorie and Gloria Ely, sailed
today on the SS Cristobal for a
visit of several weeks with friends
and relatives in the East. They
will be the guests of Colonel and
Mrs. C. W. Hardy at Governor's
Island, will visit Mr. Ely's former
home at Essex. Connecticut and
will be with Mrs. Ely's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Golden, in
Boston for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce
Return to Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pearce. who
have spent several months with
their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nail. In Bal-
boa, left this morning by airplane
for their home at Rock Island,
Illinois.
Dinner Party at
i in ii 11 cl ii Heights
Mrs. Vera Simonsen gave a
dinner of 10 covers Saturday
evening at her residence on Cu-
rundu Heights. The party hon-
ored Thomas Mulvilhill who sail-
ed today with his two children to
spend a vacation in the United
States.
At Hotel El Panaam
Ralph Crane, photographer for
Life, is a visitor in Panama and
is registered at Hotel El Panama.
Orchid Chapter Luncheon
Cancelled
The no-host luncheon which
members of orchid Chapter No.
1. O.E.S., had planned for Satur-
day has been cancelled.
V.F.W. Auxiliary
Honored
Post No. 3822. Veterans of For-
eign Wars, gave a party Sunday
at the Post Home honoring the
VFW Ladies Auxiliary and others
who assisted in selling popples.
Mrs. Ruth Wilson of Curundu and
Mrs. Cecilia Covington of Ancon
was given presents for selling the
largest number of popples.
On Sunday night the VFW La-
dies Auxiliary meet its quarterly
visit to Fort Clayton Hospital
where home-made treats were
distributed to the patients. Mem-
bers making the visit were the
Mesdames Barrett, Bonglorni,
Covington. Ericson. North. Sebas-
tian and Winfred.
SCHCHL'S SERVICES
Panama No 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments, Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panam.
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Special Entertainment
in Bella Vista Room
The popular dancers, Mulatas
de Fuego, will perform at the
Armed Forces Day dinner dance
Saturday evening In the Bella
Vista Room at Hotel El Panama.
The dinner dance will start at 7
p.m.
Volunteer Workers
to Meet in Diablo
The first class for summer re-
creation volunteer workers will
beheld Monday from 8:30 to 10:-
30 p.m. at the Diablo Gymnas-
ium. Mrs, Karst will give the
class a lesson in textile painting
and tie-dyeing. All volunteers are
urged to attend the class.
Florida Senate
Won't Give People
Power of Recall
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 19
__(UP)The Senate beat down
a bill to give the voting public
power to recall' corrupt officials
today after opposition torces
charged it was a proposal born
out of "hysteria."
Following an hour of acid
debate filled with cries of "In-
timidation." "corruption," and
"impeachment.'" the Senators
smashed the measure by a vote
of 23 to 15.
Leading the opposition, Sen.
J. Ed Baker of Umatilla warned
that by extending the power of
removing elected officials to the
voters as well as the Governor
"would make it virtually impos-
sible to get good men to offer
themselves for public office be-
cause of the hazard of embar-
rassment at the hands of some
group."
And Sen. W. A. Shands of
Gainesville admitted that the
measure was drafted in an "at-
mosohere of hysteria" produced
by the recent Kefauver commit-
i ""-lugs In Florida.
But Sen. Wayne Klpley of
J...bjnvtlle snapped back that
lt was the legislature's duty to
give the people back home a
weapon to use agalnat "lacka-
daisical officials who. He down
like dogs and neglect their
duties."
Ripley said he wouldn't blame
Hillsborough and Dade counties
if thev seceded from the state
"because they can't get any-
thing done about their officials."
He apparently was referring
to Miami's sheriff smiling Jim-
my Sullivan and Tampa's sheriff
Hugh Culbreath, both of whom
were suspended from office for
failing to enforce laws, then
reinstate by Gov. Fuller War-
rren.
"The sheriffs are fighting this
measure," Sen. Henry Baynard
of St. Petersburg agreed, "be-
cause they don't want to be sub-
ject to recall. They don't want
any laws on the books of this
state that might make them do
a better job."
Spleen Removal
Is Last Hope For
3 Boys, Sister
JACKSONVHLE. Fla., May 18
(UP)Doctors disclosed today
that two brothers and their
"regular little trooper" sister
will undergo operations next
week in a desperate bid to save
their lives.
The children Barbara. 11.
Freddy. 14, and Sammy Carlin.
6 are suffering from a blood
condition which the father de-
scribed as a form of always-
fatal leukemia.
The operation, for removal of
the spleen, were recommended
after 25 doctors conferred on
the cases.
The father, John J. Carlin,
said lt was discovered that Bar-
bara had the disease when she
was two and a half years old.
Blood transfusions have kept
her alive since, he said.
Carlin said doctors found the
two boys had the same disease
two weeks ago.
"Barbara has been fighting
through all these years," Carlin
said. "She's a regular little
trooper."
"Freddy seems In good spirits
one day and then sinks kind
of low the next. I tell Sammy
to be a little man. Although he's
a little young to understand, he
seems brave about lt."
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This is your invitation to the
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SUNDAY May 20
10:45 AJH."THE TEST OF TRUE RELIGION."
James 1: 26-27.
(Series on the book of James).
Choir"Consider and Hear Me."
Webb Hearne, Soloist.
7:30 P.M."HOW TO GET THE BIGHT AN8WER FROM
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(Series on the book of Daniel).
Quartet"When the Shadows Flee Away."
Special soloMrs. Ruth Pretlz.
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TUHNITURE
Nana Golnar
Heads Ballet
Troupe of 21
The first ballet company to vis-
It Panama In several months will
give three days of performances
here late In June.
Scheduled Into the National
Theater for June 28. 29 and 30 Is
a company of 21 dancers, headed
by the famed American ballerina
Nana Golnar. Leading male
dancer la Paul Betroff.
Miss Golnar, who has teen first
ballerina with the Ballet Russe
has also danced with the Metro-
politan ballet company in New
York. Once a polio victim, she
began to dance as muscle train-
ing and developed into one of the
best-known American ballerinas.
She has appeared In many ci-
ties In the United States and Eu-
rope.
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for this may be a sign of
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shrunken gums and loosen,
ing teeth that must be pulled.
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and make Forhan's care a
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BEAU BROADWAY, JR.
The First-Nigh ten: Th ram Investigating Committee ex-
posed a new hit-titled "SUte| 17." It u generally welcomed as
an entertaining slgpsy-doodler with tbc correct bang-bang tempo.
Critic Wm. Hawkins (Worldtelsun) called It "thrilling." One re-
viewer describad it a* a comedy, another called It a metier and
another (taking no risks tagged It "a comedy-melodrama and
farce-tragedy"...The reprise of "Dream Girl" (by Elmer Rice)
starring Judy Holliday won same hoorays Gayety Is The Big
Apple's top meal ticket: The tan longest running shows art
comedies and song-and-dancen. Despita such a wonder as
"Ours A Doll*," the Pulltaer Prise Judges omitted their "Best
Play of the Year".. ."Guya A Dolls." you Interrupt, isn't a play
but a musical? So were Pulitser medalists "Of Thee I Sing" and
"South Pacific."
In the Wings: One of Broadway's Biggest Heels was telling a
pal a big secret about a mutual enemy. "Can't I trust you?" he
asked.. .Of course." assured the other, "you know I'll tell Every-
body!".. After the big Waldorf Testimonial Dinner honoring
E. Cantor and O. Jessel (on their 42 years In 8how Business!,
Eddie told George: "We ought to get together more often, kid.
Only tima I ever 'see you Is at your weddings."
The Ciaamagie: "Air Cadet" offers a passable tale about Jet
pilots. Gail Russell is the twin-engine charmer. (Ooooh, what he
said!).. ."The Long Dark Hall" strives for tingles and makes good
thanks to grand gamuting by Lllli Palmer and Rex Harrison,
dWinchell hatos Britishers, y'know!). .A tender romanclneroa
named "I'd Climb tke Highest Mountain") is wholesome as a
cookiestarring Susau Hay ward as the Lookie.. ."Try and Get
Me" generates a high-voltage electrlfier about a lynching.. ."Stage
to Tucson" moves like a paralytic turie ."Mysterious Desperado"
Is nh-nh.. ."Apache Drums" features a tribe of toma haw-wavers.
Hold onto your toupees!
The Airlstocrate: "Band of America" (NBC) keeps the mar-
tial melodies rocketing. Rousing com-pah-pah.. .Groucho's sly
falaver is consistently entertaining. It's a auiz showbut for
very Query there are a dozen Quips...Paul Whlteman's ABC
deejaylng offers something you rarely find on record sessions.
Shuwansnip. He spins platters popular during the Jazz era, and
his chop-chop adds the right nostalgic touch...The adenoidal
sopranos iwitb bands) sound more like nightmares than night-
ingales... A definition of Public Service was the CBS film docu-
mentary. "The AnRry Boy." The dramatization of childhood
psychological problems merits scads of encores... Bert Lahr Isn't
on the networks often enough. Unlike too many comicsLahr Is
comical.. .Those tear-drenched soldier songs splattering the air-
waves hardly help your morale.
Love Letters: "Dear W: Your sign-off the other night 'Re-
memberyou can't spell America without M A C is a classic which
O. Henry in his best moments could net bave found. G. A. Comp-
ton, associate editor. The Jefferson Republican, Hanson, W. Va."
..."What a perfect retort to the rappers!" chuckles G. Weber.
"For you another Michaelfor them another Migraine!"...From
Girl Friday; "Cong. DoUlnger (N. Y.) inserted pages 81-83 from
The Communist Trail in America' (expose on U. S. Reds) into
the Cong. Record and 'Lood Applauds' for its current p. 28."
The Great News of the Week! From the N. Y. Times: "An
electronic device designed to speed up the detection of Internal
cancers at early stages of growth was demonstrated here last
nlght.>'*ftie instrument was exhibited by Dr. Robert C. Mellors, a
Damon Runyon Fund Fellow. According to Dr. Cornelius P.
Rhoads. director of Memorial Center for Cancer and Allied Dis-
tases, the device should 'extend greatly the use of cell study In
the large scale early diagnosis of cancer by screening large groups
of the population. Altogether the programs made has been
gratifying'".. .This wonderful news should be written In the
rainbows. Congratulations. Dr. Mellors. Thanks again to every
Runyon Fund donorfor doing so much to help so many.
The Press Box: The Korean War is the barometer for Mos-
cow's reditoria! wind-machines. When the Reds advancethe
Russian rags chett-tbump about their power. When they retreat
Stalin's journalistic foot-kissers whine / lout Peace...The
Washington Post editorial sleuth spotted why Red leaders toss
frequent tantrums: 'The touchiness of the Soviet is unirme. It is
the suspicion of the gangster mind. A suspicion that arises from
a profound feel'ng of insecurity".. We bave tried to alert editors
on tbe racKi / joyed by pro-Reds, etc.: Using the free space in
the Letters-to-the-Editor colyums to attack their enemiessuch
as this reporter. The Miami Herald, frinstanre. once ran such an
stack (on us) signed by a scummv couple named Gold. Shortly
after, the Miami News (its opposition) scooped tbe town (with
Iihotos), disclosing tbe phony Golds were in charge of coin col-
ecting for Miami Communist rallies!.. The Miami Herald A Co.
probably) are new convinced: A Florida legislator (angry at a
Tampa paper) offered a resolution to probe that paper as pro-
Red. Which it is not!!! That paner is tht Reds' foe. But tbe solon
put over what he planntd: "Confound Florldiansmake them
wonder, etc.". Wake up. Floridopts!_______
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ANSWER rOR APPLESEED
Mall Box Editor:
In answer to frustrated John-
ny Appleseed. Don't you know
that nothing is ever going to be
done about the dog situation in
the Canal Zone.
That the conditions existing In
relation to dogs In the Canal Zone
Is deplorable and a disgrace to
any community other than the
Canal Zone. Don't you know that
he dogs come before the children.
Because after all the dear little
dogs need more attention than
the children. Not that the dogs
get much attention because they
are allowed to run wild, but the
children get none.
Don't you know that If all the
food and money that is wasted on
dogs could be put to good use
that there would be far lest suf-
fering and hunsry people in this
part of the world.
But. will anything be done a-
bout it? Absolutely nothing. The
dogs have full sway. Don't you
dare say anything about the dogs.
People wont like you. You can
talk about tht people themselves,
their wives their children, but
not tbe dogs.
I
WHY NOT LOWER AGE
FOR DRIVER'S LICENSE?
Mall Box Editor:
A year or so ago the law was
changed here In the Canal Zone
to permit 11-year-olds to have li-
censes to drive scooters and mo-
tor bikes. I am wondering If they,
who changed that law, are aware
of the type of motorcycles which
said sixteen year olds are now
driving. They are two wheeled
vehicles to be sure but to quote
their drivers, "They can hit 90
miles an hour."
The same men who are permt-
lng their refuse to change the law
to alow 16-year-olds to secure li-
censes to drive sane automobiles.
If the tax law and the draft
law must be changed here to co-
incide with states laws, why not
the license law. which is strictly
a Canal Zone proposition with no
legislation required? This would
permit the boys to have two years
car driving experience before re-
porting for tank driving!
Oh yes. last year they did start
giving a driver's course In school
so that now If one's 17th birth-
day falls In the right month so
that they can start taking the
course as soon as they are 17. then
thev can get their license by the
time that they are 17 Vi instead
of having to wait until their 18th
birthday.
One Parent Iff king fee Man/
By Victor Riesel
WASHINGTON: These art
critical times for the Dept. of
Defense In more ways than one,
I was told the other day by one
of the nation's top war depart-
ment strategists. Labor Is cri-
lical of us, industry is critical
of us and the people are criti-
cal," he aald ruefully. And then
added:
"Bujt we'll have the guns, ba-
zookas, landing craft, warplanes
and lethal electronic weapons
ready by that magical mid-1953
date. That la if we don't get
bogged down In the strike wave
we expect; or In a running bat-
tle between the labor chiefs and
the industrialists which Is about
to hit the open-, or by those na-
tional black market rings
snatching needed Iron, steel,
copper and other precious me-
tal tight from under us.
"Meanwhile, we're trying to
hurt aa few businesses as pos-
sible and save all the civilian
joba we can until we're in full
war work."
He looked over some papers
on his desk and came up with
a typical problem. There's one
big company hard hit because
It can't get nickel, now as
scarce as Soviet apologies, to
continue rolling out civilian
automobile bumpers. Nickel is
in such short supply that even
the Deiense Dept. can't get It
except for high-priority wea-
pons.
So the big firm must go
to its people with lay-oft
notices and there's great
grumbling against the De-
fense Dept., although it has
just placed a multi-million-
dollar contract with the
corporation for special tank
parts. But, the company
can't start producing these
parts until it secures special
machinery to punch them ;
out. This may take months.
In rush Defense Dept. spe-
cialists. They sit down with
the union and company of-
ficials and ask what the
plant could hammer out in
place of the nickel-devour-
ing bumpers until the spe-
cial machinery arrives.
The decision was made. Spe-
cial Interim war contracts were
placed there. An hundreds of
jobs were saved: At the same
time. Defense Dept. agents
hurried to the firm making the
special machinery for tank
production and needled it into
rushing the stuff.
That's just one of thousands
of such cases. And the Defense
Dept. executive pointed out that
the union leaders who are now
preparing to blast the Defense
Dept. at upcoming presidential
conferences, should be aware
of the temporary nature of
these layoffs. It was revealed,
lor the first time, that this
country's war factories actual-
ly will need 7,200,000 new work-
ers In the next 18 months. This
means that somewhere we must
find 4,000,000 people who aren't
working today since we can
only get, 3,200,000 from civilian
Jobs. There'll be work for every-
oody and more.
Tne situation Is far from
black except on the grim gray
market.
It may sound fantastic,
but even as the Defense
Dept., and the hundreds of
little firms which feed the
giant corporations the parts
for powerfM weapons, are
starved for precious metals,
there are nationwide black
market rings peddling the
stuff at fabulous prices to
those who'd rather make a
buck than know that a, Ql
platoon has the tank cover
it needs.
And then there's the fact
that since we're only In a part
time "police action," officially
unrecognised by the government
as a war, there hasnt been a
"no strike pledge" won from
the national labor chiefs. True,
there's been peace Inside labor.
But the experts say that's about
over. They expect a terrific
battle on the industrial front
this Summer and Fall and
perhaps some nationally-strung
picket Unes.
And here's the reasoning for
this bthlnd the scenes. Labor
hasn't really threatened to
strike these past few months
because there's been no war
wage board against whose door
to heave demands for higher
pay. So there was no sense in
moving. But now there Is a
place, a friendly place, to go
and say that the only way to
prevent strike action Is to crack
the pay celling.
Point is that the labor
leaders actually don't want
to strike for they neither
want to interrupt the flow
of bazookas or aircraft.
nor be charged, publicly,
with striking against a war-
time government. Instead,
they hope to pressure the
wage board into winning
their demands for them
or forcing the government
to seize the plants.
The industrialists will fight
back, of course. And the De-
fense Dept. will be caught in
the middle hoping that Con-
gress will pass the laws so it
can raise the ammunition.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Incj
Nothing to Bock It Up
qiie WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly OIIW PIARSON
Ruark On Trek
By BOB RUARK
MIAMI. I had forgotten the Joys of motor-
ing before this trip down here, and also the
axiom that a blg-clty boy had best stay in the
city. In order to protect himself against the
wiles of the ruralite. or booby trap.
I made it from New York to Miami In lust
under a week, and the final cost would have
allowed the charter of a private airplane. This
Is not including the sale of the car. It was
such a piettv car, too, before the hood caved
In and the front end dropped off and it fell
into the clutches of a modern AU Baba and his
40 sister compatriots.
Some oeoole do not get along well with dogs,
cats or horses. With me it's automobiles. They
have as vet constructed no automobile that will
not. as deponent takes the wheel, sigh, sputter.
clank, clang, cough, and collapse. I had not
touched this shiny beauty since last October. In
a space of a few hundred miles It developed
everything from punctures to bubonic plague of
the carburetor.
We were savoring the marvels of the open
road, such as menacing trucks, gas fumes, de-
tours and pimply young men in hot-red jalopies,
and even showing a profit up to and Including
Georgetown, B.C., where we stopped to steal a
bottle of snake-bite lotion from a venerable
friend who runs a de luxe motel. Only slight
casualties occurred In St. Augustine, where a
man named Maxwell, whose friends wrestle alli-
gators for fun, operates another tavern for tir-
ed motorists. With no provocation Mr. Max-
well's garage turned on mv car with a snarl and
deliberately hit It on the fender.
The fun began for fair In a place called
Stuart. Fla.. where Bessie the Bulck gave a
wistful wheeze and ceased functioning entirely.
A young man with eight kids and a deceptively
disarming appearance said he reckoned It warn't
nothing verv serious and he woulo speed us on
our wav In a jiffy. The Florida definition of a
llffy turns out to be infinity. We repaired to
a local hostel, called The Lighthouse, which is
run by tht only Britlsh-ex-Sumatran rubber
planter In the Florida sallflshlng area that I
ever met, anyhow.
In between gin pahlta and a general discus-
sion of politics in Kuala Lampur with Mr. Char-
lea Llntell the backslid planter, I received oc-
casional bulletins as to the critical condition of
my conveyance. My local All Baba would stick
his head In the door and report that, golly, he
had Just discovered that there was dengue In
the distributor, and acute convulsions of the
compressor, not to mention a few gallstones In
the gas pump and an ulcerated generator.
Word spread around that a city slicker had
strayed Into the Jungle, and we were soon sur-
rounded with eager natives who offered us right
bits of sclntlllant conversation In return for all
the firewater thev could drink. All Baba, smil-
ing secretly to himself, muttered weird Incanta-
tions over the engine, an dgleefully discovered
fresh difficulties, moat of which aeemed to need
transfusions of money.
The rubber planter and I had killed our fifth
Uger and had put down three native uprisings
when, along about dawn. All Baba announced
that* he had rebuilt Bessie to where she ticked
like a fine watch, and presented a bill to match.
I believe that this is true, because the list In-
cluded a solid platinum gas pumo and a set of
batteries charged with neat penicillin.
The rubber planter offered free asylum, how-
ever. In the bungalow he keeps for unwary way-
farers. We appeased our expectant hostel
who had onlv waited dinner until 1 a.m. next
day with gifts of frankincense and mvrrh. and
the car had the good taste not to drop dead
until we drove into the vard. Then it came
down with the ague and recollapsed. complete-
ly.
Which Is whv I have lust swapped the car-
cass for some bright beads and gav calico and
similar trinkets. It'll take a while to walk from
Miami to 8tuart. of course, but Trader Horn
here Is going to get some of his original Invest-
ment back from the natives If it takes until
Christmas
Cattlemen's Beefs
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NBA) The meat situation
got pretty well out of hand up at the National
Press Club the other night. Here were top grade,
choice to prime representatives of 19 farm or-
ganizations from all over the U. 8.
Thev anonunced they were here to hold a
"More Meat Conference." But what they were
reallv here for was to lobby against any and all
kinds of price and wage controls. Particularly
they were against Price Stabilization Director
Michael V. D18alle's mea, rollback orders which
are scheduled to go into effect May 20, Aug. i
and Oct. 1. .
After attending congressional hearings, throw-
ing. er their weight around and listening
to senators and congressmen beef about beef
price controls, the meat men met on the 13th
floor ol the National Press Club and threw a
party. And what a party. There were a hun-
dred senators and representatives from the farm
belt states there. And maybe another hundred
members of the Washington press corps. In be-
tween were larded representatives from about
everv food lobby In Washington.
After dinner, there followed one of those
grand sashay right and left anafua that can
happen only In Washington when the best laid
public relations plans of mice and press agents
go completely haywire.
At the head table sat 14 assorted presidents,
vice presidents and managers of big shot live-
stock, feeder and packer organizations: People
like Loren C. Bamert of the American Cattle-
men's Association. lone. Calif., who presided;
Allan Kline of Farm Bureau, and John Holmes
of 8wift Si Co.
Thev opened up the meeting for questions.
That was their mistake. The panel of 14 ex-
perts at the head table was supposed to give
the answers. But It turned out thev didn't know
'em.
Up roae Fletcher Booraem of the Wall 8treet
Journal to ask what seemed Uke a simple ques-
tion: "What happens to a steer under the new
price rollback orders?"
All he wanted to know was how the new con-
trols would affect the prices received by tne
livestock lalaer. the feeder, the packr. the whole-
stir, and the retailer and the prices paid by
the consumer. In dollars and cents figures,
please, and no generalities
What he got was onlv generalities. Broad,
glltterin* generalities that are supposed to flow
onlv from the mouths of bureaucrats. The ex-
perts from the Industry couldn't answer. Sev-
eral stood up and tried, only to fall down.
Up rose George Bookman of Time magazine
to ask. "If parity isn't a fair price, what la?"
Allan Kline answered that he wasn't prepared
to say what the price should be. Support prices
were like minimum wages, he said, but they
shouldn't be used as a bails for price controls.
N. K. Carnes of Central Lhestock Association.
St. Paul, explained that orders for light steers
were being cancelled by feeders. Dorothy Bran-
don of New York Herald-Tribune then asked.
"What's a feeder?" This display of cltv gal in-
nocence practically gave the Danel a stroke:
Then ud rose Jerry Greene of New York Dally
News to ask simply. "What are vou going to do
to get us more meat at reasonable prices?" The
panel kicked this around bv saving that the
ouestion was based on a false premise. And the
first thlhc to do was to get sound monev. If
oeople didn't understand that, thev weren't go-
ing to get anvwhere. Mr. Green said he didn't
understand. Evervone else was readv to agree
the meeting wasn't getting anvwhere.
But finally Mr. Booraem of the Wall Street
Journal took the floor mike aeain to say that,
'hanks to Congressman Errett P, Scrlvner of
Kansas Cltv. he finally had obtained the answer
to his own question, and he proceeded to tell
the cattlemen what It was:
If a feeder buvs a 500-oound steer at 37 cents
a pound. It costs him $185. He pava $20 for
oastvre, $10 for interest, $r for average death
los, t* for freight. 5 for marketing costs. Total
cost of the steer is now $230. But the steer has
now out on 200 pounds and weighs 700 pounds.
So it now cos's 33 cents a pound.
This steei. having been fed,on grass, is com-
mercial grade beer. The celling price la there-
fore 28 cents a pound. And 11 the farmer sells
a' this price, he loses seven cents a pound. Sim-
ple
All this while the senators and congressmen
were keeping awfullv oulet. Thev were terribly
embarrassed that their eood constituents, the
cattlemen, weren't making a better case for
themselves. "Mike DI8alle made a bad showing
for himself on the hill todav." said one con-
gresman, "but thr cattlemen saved him to-
nlht "
And as the partv broke up. one cattleman was
heard to observe. "The damned newspapers here
are e'l Communist."
Well 8'reet Journal. Time Maga7lne New York
Herald-Tribune and New York Dally News please
note. If those publications are Commie. 8enator
Bricktr who waa also there la Jot Stalin.
Drew Pearson :*,.: mi. r'orcf chiefs warn of possible at-
tack from Siberia; U. S. fliers rate over Russians 100
to 20; DPA asks for money for steel companies.
WASHINGTON.General Hoyt Vandenberg. the nation's No.
1 airman, has sounded a private warning during talks inside tht
Pentagon building 'hat the worst threat to American cities Is not
from Europe but Siberia.
This is a flat conUrdictlon of General MasArthur's conten-
tion that Russia cannot wage war against the United Slates from
Siberia.
"We have heard quite often that the defenre of Western
Europe Is the defense of the United S'a'es." Vanrtenherg warned.
"Now that h true In some phases, but 1' surelv isn't true of pir
power, becanrc from bases in Siberia, the Rusrlans can cover with
nresent Soviet bombers a much greater area than can be covered
todav from Western Europe."
Undersecretary of Air John McCone, staking to the same
private group, frankly admitted that it would be Impossible to
prevent en*mv airplane from hlttln" Amer'ein riUga,
"Our air defense svstem. even when corrnleted." he said "will
be far from oe'fect. If 8n ipem a'tp"k Is launched palnst th'le
countrv. m"iv bombers will be shot down, but a great many rlH
get rhroufh."
General Vandenber?. comparing Ru-slan an* American elf
strength pave an off-th'-cuff estimate that the United States la
100-'o-?0 better at strate 'The Russians pe bv"dlng vo flee' of lon-range bomb-
en-" he reported. "The TU-4. which Is the mel"-fav of ttiet
strategic air powe-. l- n' r-nt In r-"- "oi-Werable quantifies.
RfSSIAN PILOTS ARE GOOD
"Thev are working r-.n 4rir Ip-'rrme"' flvlng. Thev are
work'ng on their nlr>t f'vln". The are wo-^'n on tne'r b0"v''i
in-." he ron'lnued.-"T'1r>pv. T wld ""> as ff p rebtlve e,fl
cl?ncv be'ven 'heir st'Ve-lml know'-dpe ?->?i pff'' f"d corp-
ne'enrv with ot'rtt, It is bout p n'lo o' ?0 to 100. Hnwr,
I Ihlnk thst Is no cause 'o- us to Y-, 'oninlacent b"*ve *rrv
certain'" pre wnrkl"* f"'1 thev rprtrlri- have avalhHe to them
mos' of the d CV"nrrnMni on Rufc,an pltnt. Vrndenbrg dded: "Irtrn-
v'duallv. thev are fine "lers. T"""Tmenfpliw. thev re oM
r|rrr>n. Te^hn'ollv. 'he Ri'Man Air F^rre o' tc'^v hn t<-*> bp" -
fit of a "rept manv of 'he German !>"M''- w*" were csr*""M
bv 'h Ri'Sf'T's aM who are n^w wr-kl"" fo' tnp T*~*"-
pwr. the tr^'nin" rt pur p'nnpn In 'he'r f'rv s^d the' n't^t
fMnt and the'r bl'nd flvln nnrt 'he'- pMHrv to Mmh tnmao7|
nvercest" an for as we known* we re t>tnwv svp-^ls
leer-!""!!" mveh more coTi*i<>tnt th"" '*" Jif*|,"
"nth Vandenb""' and Ve"onf> i Air F",'"
mii> hi'Hd im to OS oroi'". tM' 'hii <""\l wt" "o' be *>*;
mtll Jrlv, 19R2. and "W It will take still another year to brlnvj
the pnuinm*n' up ?" date.
"I th'nk the TTnlted S'ttec Air ''orce 'odpv | well ?"llM
and carries a helluva wHoo" dec'ared VeOnr'" "A' +*t
same time, until w pet 15 rovn. or more T wnf'^n't "vont- *o
say that the Air Fnree \* anvwhere '*" wp'lop that that
eople of the Un!*--1 ""-? p--"*' to a*.'
FIOWER* F^R PrnVMV
If anv merpbT of th Hor-o "n-oirioMona. r-mimi* ep.n
nueeze n pi-rei tighter 'han OOP mnTessm^n tohn Tub' of
New York. It Is i* oono-'te number. Democratic Chairman Clar-
ence Cannon of Mi'iouri.
Cannon has a fierce verlon to extravagance in nv f"*rn.
whether personal or with the tpxpavpi-' nine Comml't?*
colleagues were even dubious about sending him flowers white
he ws In the hom"al recentlv.
However, 'he Mlssourlan was properly thankful when he
returned to work.
"If you're determined to waste monev. yo miht s well
vhs'e It on me." Cannon 'old hi* committee. "Pesldes. I ma<*
good use of those flowers by passing them around. It put me in
solid with the n--e-
LOANS TO STIEL COMPANIES
At the same time that the Defense Production Administrat^n
Is under Congressional fire for giving away too much monev -
the big corporations, a defense production spokesman has secre''*
asked Congress for another billion dollars to give away in the ne- .
two months. He also hinted that he mav be hack to ask fc till
another $400 million before the end of the fistal vear. June SO.
The spokesman. Brig. Gen. Thomas F. Farrell. appeared be-
hind closed doors of the Senate Appropriations Committee. Tb*
.'lze of his request can be ludged by the fact that DPA has b" \
livir on a total of $600 million since it was formed last SeDtembe".
The extra billion Is wanted for loans to steel comppnles whicll
have already been granted millions In tax reductions. These loans,
added to the tax reductions, will pay for building new steel olanta.
Thus, the taxpayers will shoulder not only most of the tax burden
but take most of the risk, for steel companies which will collect
a lot of gravy on huge defense orders.
SATELLITE TROOPS TO KOREA
The American Embassy is Moscow has cabled the State De-
partment the rather ominous news that Russia Is mobilizing bout
a dozen International battalions of volunteers to fight in Korea.
These battalions are being enlisted from the atelllte countries -
Hunearv. Poland. Bulgaria, Rumnnlp and Russian s'ra'egv an-
narmtly is not so much to reinforce the Chinese but to train aateU-
ln> t'oops In modern warfare.
The Russian general staff appears to be worried that while
fifteen United Nations are getting valuable battle experience in.
Korea, the satellite armies are getting soft. So token battaliona
from the satellites wi'I be sent to Korea to get toughened up.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE ^
President Truman has priva telv asked General Bradlev To
serve another two-year term as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs o
Staff. His term explrea August 16... Italy has asked permission to
send a contingent of soldiers to Korea to fight alongside the Unit-;
ed Nations even though not a member of the U.N.... While.
certain Penators clamor to divert American arms from Korea to-
Chiang Kai-shek's armies on Formosa. General Ridgway still has j
not enough arms to spare for the South Korean Home Guard. The,
South Korean Home Guard has converted most of their villages
into medieval forts, but thev have nothing but bare fists to de-;
fend themselves from guerrilla attacks.
(Copyright, 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) __ I
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23 German king
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FRIDAY, MAT II, 193
'Atlantic Society
Win. Mm m% YU
So. 195, {*tum D.Lpkon, (at** 37b
ON VOYAGE PARTY FOR MRS. GIIXIS
MM. W. H. Housel wu hostess for blnio party Tuesday
aln* honoring Mrs. Walter 01111s, of Ftjrt Gnlick, who U
tearing to make her home In the states.
The honeree was presented a number of individual gifts.
. Mrs. Jesse Friese won the high score prize and the guest
prirc, Mrs. Albert Taylor was second and Mrs. Richard Carter.
The other guests were: Mrs. Bernard Craig, Mrs. William
Sweany. Mrs. Harry Colbert. Mrs. E. R. Self, Mrs. William J.
Jaehion, Mrs. A. A. Doyle and Mrs. Charlotte Page.
A buffet supper was seryed after the games were played.
I The hostess was assisted by Mrs. R. C. Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillis and their highest award "The Pot of Gold.'
children, Eleanor. Gay and Wal- Mrs. Kenneth Forrest was in-
atr. are sailing Saturday and will troduced as the new chairman of
go to Fort Myer Virginia, to live, the Board, to succeed Mrs. Philip
Mr. Gillis has been connected Mllburne. Who has returned to
% the past ten years.
They will spend the summer
njonths at churchton, Maryland.
Farewell Coffee for Mrs. Oleson
Mrs. Robert DuVall. Mrs. Max
Wrenn and Mrs. William Waldron
Were co-hostesses for a morning
Coffee and lit shower given
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Waldron. in honor of Mrs. Lee Ol-
een, who leaves on the 26th.
A gift of linen was given the
honoree by her friends.
' Those who participated in the
party and gift were: Mrs. Virgi-
nia Dubbs. Mrs. Arthur Payne,
Mrs. Charles Turner. Mrs. Will-
iam Brooks. Mrs. Ray Barber.
Mrs. John Purvis. Mrs. George
Wertz. Mrs. Georgia Witt and
Mrs. Harold Tlnnln.
Mr. and Mrs. Olson will go to
Washington. DC. He plans to at-
tend the University of Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. DuVaU
Moving to Diablo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert DuVall, of
Margarita, will close their Atlan-
tic Side apartment and move In-
to the vacation quarters of Mrs.
Duvall's sister. Mrs. V. G. Cam-
by, tomorrow.
Mr. DuVaU has been transfer-
red to the Balboa Storehouse
and they are awaiting the as-
signment of quarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Camby left today
for New York. They will visit re-
latives on Long Island and New
Jersey before Joining Mrs. Cam-
by's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Callaway at Magnolia Springs,
Ala. They plan to be gone three
months.
Emblem Club Social
The monthly social meeting of
the Cristobal Emblem Club was
held at the Elks Home with Mrs.
Helen Morrison. Mrs. Florence
Lutro and Mrs. Dorothy La Croix
as hostesses.
Games were played and numer-
ous prizes were given for the con-
tests. The members present were:
Mrs. Janet Cain, Mrs. Charlotte
Tully, Mrs. MUly Recela. Mrs.
Ruth Huldqulst, Mrs: Marian
Middlebrook. Mrs. Muriel Arnoud,
Mrs. Vera Fagerberg, Mrs. Mar-
garet Larrlson. Mrs. Edith Hen-
ning. Mrs. Dora Bell, Mrs. Lillian
O'Hayer. Mrs. Gladys Smith. Mrs.
Mae aWldron, Mrs. Jean San-
ders, Mrs. Ruth Albertson, Mrs.
Sheila O'Sulllvan. Mrs. Elizabeth
Bell and Mrs. Fanny Kapan.
Dances During the Weekend
The Reserve Officers' Associa-
tion are having a dance at the
Hotel Washington tomo r r o w
evening as a climax to National
Defense Week. Admission la a
dollar per person.
The Elks are having an infor-
mal dance at their Brazos Heights
home tonight. A new band will
be on hand to furnish music.
lojourncrs Meeting
Caribbean Chapter No. 21. Na-
tional Sojournerg held their May
meeting at the Elks Club. Brazos
Heights on the evening of May
15. with 21 members and guests in
attendance.
Mr. William E. Adams. Acting
General Agent of the United
Fruit Company of Cristobal. Mrs.
E. L. Slocum, with her house
guests. Mrs. Helen R. Sexton, of
Washington. D.C.. were special
guests of the chapter.
.Afcer dinner. Mrs. Sexton of
the Consumers' Price Branch of
the US. Bureau of Labor Statis-
tics was Introduced as the guest
speaker. She gave a comprehen-
sive outline of the operations in-
volved in obtaining price data
used in the compilation of the
Consumer's Price Index.
Her remarks indicated a broad
coverage and Intimate knowledge
Of Consumers' goods and was so
clearly explained as to give all
present a much better under-
standing of and lues of. the In-
dex. The talk was very interest-
Ina and greatly appreciated.
The second Tuesday of the
month was voted to be the regu-
lar meeting night of the Chap-
ter, the next meeting will be un-
der the direction of Commander
Dlehl. with the Navy as host.
-Informal Dinner
. Mr. and Mrs. Frank"Wolf had
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt as
their dinner guests last evening.
Also present were Mr. and Mrs.
Albert F. Pate and Floyd McDer-
mitt.
Mr. and Mrs. McDermitt and
their son sailed today for New
.York. They plan to visit friends
In different, parts of the United
States before visiting Mr. McDer-
mitt's family al Point Pleasant,
W Va.. and hr family at Pender,
Nebraska.
From New York they will go to
East Orange. N.J.. to see Mr. and
Mrs. Malln Porter, former Isth-
mian residents. They also plan a
visit to Connecticut to see Dr. and
Mrs Erikson who were-at the Ga-
tun Union Church for a short pe-
riod of time. In Boston. Mass..
they will see Di and Mrs. Carl
E. Taylor who returned recently
from India. Dr. Taylor was for-
merly on the staff of Oorgas Hos-
pital.
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Rainbow Assembly Elects
Officers
The Order of the Rainbow for
Girls elected officers for the new
session at their meeting Tuesday
evening at the Gatun Masonic
Temple.
Miss Nellie Holgerson. retiring
Worthy Advisor presided. The
new officers will be Worthy Ad-
visor. Miss Jeannette Marquard:
Worthy Associate Advisor, Miss
Dorothv Rowey; Charity, Miss
Hazel Griffith; Hope. Miss Ardis
Willoughby; Faith, Miss Carol
Harvey.
' These officers, with the ap-
pointed officers, will be Installed
at an open meeting on Thursday.
ay 24 at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple.
- Miss Kathryn Argo, who sailed
today for the states, received her
; North tried hard to play to-
day's hand at three no-trump, as
I. T. Sun reports in a recent is-
sue of "The Bridge World." East's
bold bid of four spades could have
been set 500 points, but North
thought that five diamonds
would be more profitable. It was,
thanks to South's expert play.
South carefully refused to win
the first round of spades but took
the second, of course, with dum-
my's ace. He returned a low-heart
from dummy and won With the
king in his own hand. (East dared
not play the ace, since then de-
clarer would make two heart
tricks.)
Now South could afford to draw
awo rounds of trumps, ending in
dummy. Next he returned a low
club, finessing the queen from
his own hand. Then declarer led
out all the rest of the trumps,
saving the queen of hearts and
two clubs In dummy.
East dared not blank his king
of clubs, since then South could
cash the ace of clubs to set up
dummy's jack. Hence East had to
save two clubs and one heart.
Thereupon he was thrown in
with the heart to lead away from
his king of clubs. Declarer was
bound to make dummy's Jack of
clubs and his own ace.
The final position could not
have been reached, as Mr. Sun
points out. if dummy had taken
the first spade trick. East would
save a low spade for exit at the
end and would not have been
forced to lead away from his
clubs.
Likewise, declarer had to tac-
kle the side suits before drawing
trumps. Entries to dummy were
too scarce to draw trumps first.
Finally. South had to begin the
hearts before touching the clubs.
An excellent example of sound
technique.

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Many wise 'middle-age' women take Pink-
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Pinkham's Compound contains no opiates
no habit-forming drugs. It helpi natur*
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A dance at the Strangers Club
will honor Queen Gioconda, fol-
lowing her coronation at Abel
Bravo School. The Chinese Prin-
cess, Ines Lowe, will be honored
with a dance at the Monaco Gar-
den.
Air Force Display
To Highlight 'Day'
Al Albrook Field
Static displays of Air Force
equipment for Armed Forces Day
at Albrook Air Force Base to-
morrow, wil Include a rather ela-
borate display by Flight B. First
Rescue Squadron, Caribbean Air
Command announced today.
Among the articles of equip-
ment Included in the display will
be an A-l flight boat which can
be attached to the fuselage of an
SB-17 and be dropped to the wa-
ter for rescue purposes.
Other features will Include a
Gibson Girl emergency radio, a
display board showing the equip-
ment In the E-18 Sustenance kit
for survival in the Jungle and ta-
bles of edible and non-edible Jun-
gle foods with each Jar marked,
showing raw and cooked varie-
ties.
There will also be a demonstra-
tion of instruction in how to
make cups, plates, knives and
forks, clothing, etc., from palm
leaves and Jungle wood; one-man
and six-man life rafts, etc. Out-
side the hangar; a C-82 cargo
Diane, a helicopter, with capsule
litters, and an SB-17 will be park-
ed for Inspection by spectators.
The 6th Weather Squadron will
display weather maps showing
where weather reports come from
and how; radiosonde equipment,
and weather Instruments. At the
5700th Liaison Squadron, an L-13
liaison plane will be parked for
Inspection. In addition, the
squadron will have a display
which will relate to the work of
the squadron with the Inter-
American Geodetic Survey in the
Latin American countries.
The United States Air Force
School fur Latin America, which
teaches the principles of aircraft
operation and maintenance to
Air Forces students from Latin
American nations, will be open
during the afternoon so that
spectators may visit the work-
room-type classrooms and ob-
serve Just how the studehts are
taught.
Pvt. Jack M. Ruolf
Taking Training
In Communications
Pvt. Jack M. Ruoff, 20, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Ruoff, of the
Pacific Side has recently report-
ed to Keesler to begin training
In the Communications School
which Is a part of this large tech-
nical school of the Air Forces
Air Training command.
A base of the Air Training
Command's Technical Division,
Keesler is also the home of the
largest Electronic School In the
world and U the site of one of
the three Armed Forces Radio-
logical Defense Schools.
The training Pvt. Ruoff re-
ceives in the Communications
School will extend over a varied
period of time, dependent upon
assignment.
A OF Court Excelsior
Will Meet Tomorrow
The monthly meeting of Past
Chief Rangers. Court Excelsior
No. 10104 A.O.F., will be convened
at the usual meeting place to-
morrow at 8 p.m. for the specific
purpose of installing the officers
for the ensuing term.
All members are urged to at-
tend.
Club-20 To Honor
Outstanding 9th
Grade Students
Club 20, a group of young men
and women of the colored com-
munity, in their efforts to lift the
social and cultural standards of
the colored communities, is giv-
ing a "Merit Award" to the out-
standing 9th grade student In
each of the Canal Zone Colored
Junior High Schools.
This award will be based on
s c h o 1 a rship, leadership, and
citizenship. The students of the
0th grades will nominate the
possible students, which will not
exceed 10% of the total ninth
;radcrs and not less than 4. 8e-
ectlon as to scholarship and
citizenship will be done by the
teachers In the various schools.
The awards will be on display
In the following communities at
the time shown below:
Santa Cruz .Clubhouse May
18th to May 19th.
Silver City Occupational High
School May 21st to May 26th.
La Boca Occupational High
School May 28th to June 1st.
This club has already awarded
a "Tuition Scholarship" to the
Junior College at La Boca.
Unitarians Will Hear
Talk On Costa Rican
Quaker Settlement
The public Is cordially invited
to the Unitarian Society meet-
ing to be held Sunday at 10:30
a. m. at the library of the Esther
Wltkin U.S.O. on La Boca Road.
Member Van Allen Lyman,
who is also a member of the So-
ciety of Friends (Quakers) will
be the speaker of the morning.
He has Just returned from a
Costa Rica trip of six weeks. His
experience with Costa Rica
dates back 35 years, and he will
have Interesting data on the
advanced social conditions In
that land of friendly people,
where many retired Canal Zone
people now live.
He will also have authentic
and Interesting first hand In-
formation on the new Quaker
settlement In Costa Rica, an-
swering the cuestin, "Why did
they go there?"
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Gen. Morris to Head
Armed Forces Day
Review at Coco Solo
Lt. Oen: William H. H. Morris,
Jr., will head the Joint Armed
Forces reviewing party for the
review at Coco Solo Naval sta-
tion Saturday which will be a
feature of the Atlantic-side ob-
servance of Armed. Forces Day,
lt was announced this morning.
The review will begin at 0
a. m. and will Include some con-
tingents from the Pacific side,
as well as representatives of all
the three services who are sta-
tioned on the Atlantic side.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
and the American Legin will
participate, a spokesman said.
The 764th AAA Gun Battalion
will show a 120mm. gun and an
M-o prime mover, as well as
other heavy arms and transport
equipment.
The 33rd Infantry Regiment
will present recolless rifles of,
two types, and a rocket launch-
er, in addition to mortars, mach-
ine guns, and a variety of small
arms.
A patrol bomber, a sectionallz-
el airplane motor and ship and
airplane models will be features
of the Navy's display. The Air
Force will show, among other
things, a helicopter and a B-26
bomber.
Visitors to the 45th Mechan-
Festival of Britain
Has Half Million
Visitors In 10 Days
LONDON, May 18 (IPS)-A
record crowd of over 93,000 peo-
ple yesterday visited the Festi-
val of Britain In London. During
the day the half millionth visi-
tor to this exhibition since it
opened ten days ago was given
a special reception by the festi-
val authorities. She was Mrs.
Dorothy Dunn, who said en-
thusiastically: "I think it is
wonderful and all my friends
who are planning to come will
be thrilled with the show."
President Truman's daughter,
Margaret, Is among the visitors
expected next month.
ns
ized Cavalry Reconnaissance
Squadron's exhibit will see a
wide variety of motorized equip-
ment, as will those to the 746st
AU (Signal). Signal also will de-
mostrate field cable-spllclng
tools and procedures.
The chaplain's section will
have field chaplaincy equipment
on display. .
The USARCARIB School will
display a model classroom, de-
monstrations of automotive and
engineering teaching, and dis-
plays of food service work. The
Food Service Section also will
be responsible for refreshments.


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FRIDAY, MAT 11, 1911
Cattlemen Assail Beef Price
Rollback, Prophesy Rationing
By Vincnt J. Burke
WASHINGTON, May II (UP) Cattlemen told Con-
gress ytstordoy the beef price rollback order will slash
meat supplies and brina on rationing this summer.
They testified before the House Agriculture Com-
mittee as the Off ice of Price Stabilization announced that
as many as 4,000 slaughterers may be evadnifl Govern-
ment regulations and furnishing meat to black market
profiteers. ... <.L i e
Simultaneously, Secretary of Agriculture Charles F.
Brannan defended the beef price rollback in testimony be-
fore the Senate Banking Committee.
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US Calls For Sharp Cuts
In Automobile Production
Brannan aid beet price.are
higher percentage wle tnan
those for other farm vroMtU
The rollback, he Jaed. -"
erices high enough "to be an
icentlve to Production.
Edward P. Morgan. OP6 price
enforcement-director, reported
he Is Investigating report of il-
legal livestock, slaughtering. He.
noted that In 1150 there were up
to 15,000 "class II" slaughters
those who are not federally
Inspected. ... .
le said only 11,000 such
slaughter have registered wltn
the OPS In compliance with meat
price regulations. Those who
have not registered, he said, win
be checked for possible viola-
tlons
Cattlemen who attacked the
beef price order were Loren C.
Bamert, president of the Amer-
ican National Cattlemen' As-
sociation, Denver, and E. Howard
Hill, president of the Iowa Farm
Bureau Federation.
They said the roUsback gen-
erally will reduce output, cause
rationing, within "a few
months," and force many live-
stock operator* to take losses
and go out of business.
Price Stabilizer Hlchael V. Di-
Salle's regulation Is designed to
give relief to packers and cut the
retail price of beef about !
cents a pound by Oct. 1.
Bamert repeated his previous
Statement that
could operate
lib
. he "personally
. profitably under
the rollback order." But he told
surprised Committee members he
1 an exception because he Is a
"low-cost operator."
He said the regulation could
force hlgh-cot operator out of
Psychology Class
Schedules Talk
By Colonel Selee
Colonel Richardson Selee.
Civil Affairs Director will be
guest of honor and speaker at a
dinner to be held May 25 In the
Palm Boom of the Hotel Tivoli
by members of the Industrial
Psycholosv class of the Canal
Zone Junior College Extension
Division.
Other Kuests will Include Pa-
nama Canal Personnel Director
and Mrs. Edward A. Doojan and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Warner
cff Quarry Heights.
The Industrial Psycholoav
class Is taught by Leonard M.
Brockman, assistant personnel
director of The Panama Canal,
who will act as toastmaster. A-
bout 25 class members and their
ladles will be present.
Edith Cavell Society
Announces Musical
The Edith Cavell Friendly So-
ciety will stage a musical pro-
gram at the society's auditorium
on May 20, starting at 2:30 p. m.
Popular artist* will be on the
program.
business. This would be unwise,
he added, because their produc-
tion is needed "in this emer-
gency.""
As Hill took the stand Com-
mittee Chairman Harold p.
Cooley, D., N. C, urged him to
cite fact and* figures to back up
the cattlemen's claims.
Hill then described what he
termed the "typical" case pi
Dave Thomas of Council Bluffs,
la. Be said Thomas bought 128
steers in February and sold them
after the rollback was announc-
ed.
The livestock dealer, he said,
aold the cattle for $1.157 more
than they cost him. But, he
added, Thomas had Incurred $7.-
348 In expenses, so he lost S8,1W.
Hill said the most he could
expect to make on calves he
bought this spring at 36 cents
a pound to fatten for the fall
market Is $2.40a head.
I do not make a habit of tak-
ing the risk involved In feeding
out a $33 steer for $2,40," he
* Bamert agreed with DiSalle
that meat packer were caught
in a squeeze between rising cat-
tle prices and wholesale and re-
tall ceilings.
But he said, DlSalle's order
takes the packers out of a
squeeze and "puts us Into It."
Cattlemen's testimony Includ-
ed tatmente that under, the
rollback order many cattlemen
would be forced to operate at a
toss, the market would be glut-
ted with lightweight cattle, and
many would be forced to liqui-
date their herds and go out of
business.
South Carolina's
Gov. Byrnes Readies
Segregation Steps
COLUMBIA. 8. C. May It
OJP>Oov. James F. Byrnes
moved today to set in motion
a committee to study what step
South Carolina will take if the
U. S. Supreme Court orders an
end to public school segregation.
Byrnes named five non-legis-
lative member to a. committee
created by the lll legislature
to study what- action the State
should take if segregation is
overturned. The committee "in-
cludes 10 other members of the
House and Senate.
A three-judge Federal Court
will hear a suit brought by a
group of Clarendon County Ne-
groes on May 28 which asks that
public school segregation be de-
clared unconstitutional. The
suit is backed by the National
Association for the. Advance-
ment of Colored People.
Byrnes has warned flatly that
the State will shut down its pub-
lic school system rather than
permit non-egregated schools.
And the legislature has passed a
law authorizing County boards
of education to sell public chool
property.
fmiffo Palomeras
COLON
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during the COLON FAIR!
We are offering
10% DISCOUNT
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and
25% DISCOUNT
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What better way to enter into
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than by selecting a host of
bright 'n cheery fashions in
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Also a wide selection of
SKIRTS in Rayon and Cotton
plain colors and prints.
All sizes.
STINGRAY STUNGMis*
ttingrsy, brought up from s
depth of 80 feet by the buckets
of an Auckland. N. Z., harbor
dredge is proudly displayed by
workmen. The ray. unpopular
with sportsmen because of mi
reluctance to fight burrows in
the sandy ocean bed. (NLA>
By Maureen Gothua
WASHINGTON, May 18, (UP)
The Government signalled a
sharp new cut In automobile
and other durable goods pro-
duction today by ordering a
new 10 to 15 per cent cutback
In manufacturers' steel supplies
m July-August-September.
The new cutback come on
ton of a 20 per cent reduction
in teel supplies now in force
for manufacturers of autos and
other durable goods. A five Pr
cent steel cutback already or-
dered for automakers on June
4 will be absorbed by the new
order.
The order mean that the
ateel available for autos, refri-
gerators, stoves, washing ma-
chines and hundred o! other
Items will be about one-third
les than before the Korean
war. It alo means that the
rearmament program is start-
ing to bite into production" Of
civilian goods. '
The overall steel cutback
does not mean production of
autos and other goods neces-
sarily will be reduced that
much. Manufacturers may use
the available steel as they see
fit and may use any available
substitutes. But It still mean*
a sharp production cut. _
In Detroit, Henry Ford u,
president of the Ford Motor
Co., said his first will be forced
to lay off 10,000 workers with-
in the next SO days because of
Government materials restric-
tions. He said they will not be
re-hlred for "many" month
because of the re-tooling that
ha to be undertaken to handle
defense work.
Other economic development:
1.) Defense Mobllizer Charlea
K. Wilson told a House Military
Appropriations 8 U b committee
that further cut In durable
goods can be expected and em-
ployes will have to work longer
hours. But he said there will
be no "marked decline" in liv-
ing standard*.
8.) The Wage Stabilization
Board was expected to approve
within be nex io days a
four cent hourly wag increase
for nearly 1,000,000 auto pro-
duction workers. TH raU it
designed to reflect annual im-
provements in worker product-
3.)' Housing Expediter Tlgne
C. Woods made an apparently
foredoomed appeal to Congress
for unprecedented rent control
powers 0- .rounds rent will
Jump sharply" without them. He
want a two-year law giving
him tough authority over both
ordinary and commercial rents.
8.) The CIO urged a thorough
-going overhaul of the Govern-
ment' cost-of-llvlng index so
It will more nearly reflect ac-
tual expense. The union said
that in addition to price rises,
the index should take into ac-
count such matter a greater
use of restaurants and prepar-
ed foods in wartime.
$.) The House Labor Commit-
tee ordered an Investigation, of
the Wage Stabilization Board's
broad authority over wage and
labor dispute.. An 18-member
subcommittee was set up to
hear government official!, In-
dustry and labor spokesmen.
Beer Goes Bang
KOKXMAKI.Finland (UP.).
A farmer wanted hot ber to
cure his Influenza so he put a
bottle in the en. He 1* Still suf-
fering from flu but apparently
invented a new explosive. The
oven 1 In ruin.

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PAGE TWELVE
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Charting Pleasure
(NEA Telephoto)
THREE-SHIP WRECK An ocean-going innocent-bystander, the SS Andrew Jackson Higgins,
la badly damaged after a three-ship collision hi New Orleans, La. The SS Tillie Lykes side-
swiped the SS Successor, which hit the Higgins, forcing it into a municipal wharf. The wharf
was heavily damaged, but no one was injured In the freak accident.
Pennsy Mainline
Train Rams Puliman
Kills 11, Hurts 50
BRYN MAWR, Penn., May 18
(UP) The locomotive of a
Pennsylvania Railroad express
plowed Into a halted passenger
train here today, splitting a
ileeping car in half and scatter-
ing wreckage over four main
line tracks.
Eleven persons are known
dead. Fifty were injured.
The crack Pullman coach train
from Detroit to New York, call-
ed the Red Arrow, rammed into
a night express train from Pitts-
burgh to PhlladelDhla which was
halted one quarter of a mile
from Bryn Mawr station In res-
ponse to a stop signal.
Each train carried about 200
passengers.
______________
McGrath Off Again.
District Attorney Daniel E.
MoGiath is leaving early to-
. ?morrow by plane en route to
Washington. VD.. C, where he
will attend, conference of Unit-
ed States District Attorneys.
After the conference, he said.
he will take a vacation in the
United States and did nut know
today iusl whin he wuld Re-
turn to the Isthmus. .
Striking Dockers
Clash With Police
On NZ Waterfront
WELLINGTON, May 18 (UP)
- Police battled with 300 strik-
ing dock workers along Auck-
land's waterfront In a half hour
clash today.
The clash ended when the
police suddenly withdrew, fol-
lowing a false report that an
attack was pending on police
headquarters.
The strikers were members of
outlawed unions, and were
marching on' members of newly
formed unions leaving work on
the docks.
Government officials claim
the strikers are Communist-led.
Harold J. Zierten
Now Acting Principal
At Balboa High
Haro'd J. Zierten is now Act-
in Princloal of Balboa High
School In the absence of T. P.
Hotz. who Is on leave In the Unl-
ed States, It has been announced
from the Schools Division.
Zierten will serve as principal
throughout the remainder of the
school year, and until the return
of Hotz.
The Acting Princloal Is a grad-
uate of Bradley Technological
Institute of Peora, Illinois, and
s Weil'employed by the Divl-
of Schools since 1929.
First Aid Training
Makes Progress In
Local-Rale Towns
IN HOLLYWOOD


There was a young fellow named Boris
Who tried to buy floors from a Florist
His wife. Chlorls. got wise...
(Read Panam American Classifieds)
And now Boris sends roses to Colonel
First aid training In local-rate
towns is making progress as new
classes were organized this week
and set to go Into operation
within few days. The newest ad-
dition to several classes now In
sesslslon Is one which opened last
Mpnday night in St. James'
Church at Red Tank. The class
Is under the Instruction of
Joshua Tull. Interest Is appar-
ently high among the church
group.
Two more classes will ge$ un-
derway TuesdP.y evening, May
22, at 7 o'clock in the study hall
of the Sliver City Occupational
High School, with Owen B. Shir-
ley and Horace V. Parker as Ins-
tructors, while Raymond George
will start first aid activities In
La Boca sometime next week.
General registration for pros-
pective first alders was conduct-
ed at the new luncheonette at
Silver City last Friday and Sat-
urday, and a fair number of
community folks were enrolled.
Those who wish to take the
training and are not registered
may fb so today and Saturday
at the luncheonette, where a
table will be set up outside the
building.
Attention may be called to the
usefulness of first aid work,
which has played a Important
In saving the lives of two young-
sters who had close calls In the
Silver City Swimming Pool. Other-
accidents causing profuse bleed-
ing were reported recently. The
American Red Cross Method of
first aid in stopping the flow of
blood earned favorable comments
from onlookers.
Townsfolk are again. enjoined
to register in the various centers
of first aid operation for Ins-
tructions, which take only 18
hours to acquire a standard cer-
tificate.
Dana Andrews and his lovely wife, Mary, spend a pleasant evening
charting a cruise they plan to make aboard their yacht Vileehi. His
role in RKO Radio's "Sealed Cargo" take* him to sea. too 1
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WEEK-END RELEASE 3:15 -5:10 -7:05-9 p.m.
SENSATIONAL THRILLING!
The most startling entertainment In years! The screen's
pulse-poundlng dramatization of the World Famous
CARDINAL MINDSZENTY TRIAL!
Telegraphers Mav End
?oast-to-Coast Walkout
NEW YORK. May 18 (UP1.
Striking Western Union tele-
graphers will hold unit meetings
today In cities from coast to
coast to decide whether to end
the 10.000 man walkout staged
because company supervisors
were learning to do the tele-
graphers' Jobs.
The company has halted the
training of supervisors, which it
said was devised to maintain a
service In the event of a ca-
tastrophe.
TROPICAL
TODAY!
Presentation of the Authen-
tic Introducers of the Mambo!
"MULATAS DE FUEGO"
Dances!... Rhumbas!...
MAMBOS!
Full of Cuban Rhythm!
Including the American slngei
"Miss GLORIA HELM"
Also:
Dog Tired Dave!
David was a busy fellow,
shopping never left him mellow!
Worn oat. weary, tired and braye.
Why not read our Want Ada, Dave?
PANAMA CANAL CLUBHOUSES
' SATURDAY MATINEES!
BALBOA
DIABLO HTS.
._____at_____
"LAW COMES TO TEXAS"
and "BATMAN ROBIN" Chipien S-t
Action hit...
"THE SHARK GOD"
r n r n i i Gen autry, in
rst "COWBOY AND THE INDIANS"
GAMBOA
***
John PAYNE
"STREETS OF UREDO"
G AT U N
"SAMBA"
nd "NKVKH KAR"
MARGARITA
t:M
Roddy McDOWALL. In
'TUNA CLIPPER"
CRISTOBAL
t:U
Roy ROGERS and Triggerl
"APACHE ROS"
U'anatna Cana/ Clubhouses-
Showing Today
BALBOA
41r-C'nnftttlene
4:M IS I:M
Harold LLOYD Jimmy CONLIN
"MAD WEDNESDAY"
Starts Saturday "THE MAT1NQ SEASON"
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA). The
Laugh Parade: Helen Mack, who
left the screen years ago, Is now
the producer of "The Saint" ra-
dio series, starring Vincent Price.
One night Vincent invited Helen
to have an after-show snack
with him at the Brown Derby. As
they emerged from the eatery,
they ran into a swarm of rabid
autograph hounds.
"You don't want me to sign
your book," Helen protested to a
[ freckle-faced youngster. "I'm not
anybody at all."
"Oh, yes you are," the plnt-
slzer Insisted. "You've just been
re-Issued on television."

Several years before Jane Wy-
man married Ronald Reagan,
Norman Krasna unsuccessfully
wooed her.
Now Jane Is starring In "The
Blue Veil" for Norman and Jerry
Wald. Other day Norman sat In
an RKO projection room watch-
ing Jane say no to Charles
Laughton's marriage proposal In
one of the scenes from the pic-
ture.
"That's lust the way she said
no to me," Norman groaned.

Heard about the dumb starlet
who was baffled by a commun-
ique from the Korean front?
She could have sworn that a
stalemate was a movie queen's
last discarded husband.
Comedian Tony Farrar tells of
the couple who sit on the top of
their car when they go to a
drlve-ln. They can't get out of
the habit of necking In the bal-
cony.
Director Curtis Bernhardt was
once an actor on the German
stage. The Impressionistic school
of acting suddenly swept over
the country. During a rehearsal,
Bernhardt received a stage In-
struction that prompted him to
give up acting forever.
"When you play this scene,"
the director told him, "I want
you to Imagine that your knees
are blue."

Bob Hope's kissing technique
is a running gag in "My Favorite
Spy After his nineteenth clinch
with Hedy Lamarr, he whisper-
ed "lto her ear: "I hate to men-
tion this but I've had my lips re-
treaded four tunes since this pic-
ture started."

Leo McCarey and the "My Son
John'company are chuckling
over the welcome given Helen
Hayes by her former school
chums during a location jaunt
to Washington, D. C.
"Half the people in the city
suddeniy remembered that they
had gone to school with Helen,"
McCarey grins. "But what knock-
,,u5.tmli wa* toe woman who.
til'^r: H#len- "membwr- lit-"
tie Kate Smith in our class-
roon?

Note from a small-town ex-,
fnbitor on a fnovle smeller:
tt.1?ht p?,ure w* o poisonous
that we threw away the butter
and poured whites of egr over
the popcorn." "

rI^nt^.cor's eaKer-to-learn wife
decided to read up on politics and
asked her husband to buy her
Etion0kaOnthelnterna?lonal
thAi,d.b*sure'"she deadpanned,
hiw11, the autnor rve been
ractlcO' S mUCh *b0ul on the
?un Peters red her young
Eft m?'!1 book about anlma
knowledge she asked "Tell me,
nm, about some things that are
and have horns?" "Automobiles,"
Tim Immediately answered.

Llzabeth Scott tells It. During
Janeiro restaurant la to e
jsA to speak a wrd ot
Portuguese, she gave her order to
a waiter by gesturing and lowly
articulating words like "melon,"
"chicken," and "potato." The
waiter bowed, mumbled what
sounded like "Okay," then re-
tired In confusion.
After waiting an hour without
being served, Liz summoned the
manager and complained that
not one morsel of food had reach*
ed the table.
eW<*
U6SIFI
In The
PANAMA AMERICAN
"And it Isn't as if the waiter
didn't understand," Lit blinked
"He said 'okay to ererythln. I
ordered."
The manager shrugged and
said:
"He wasn't saying 'Okay.' He
was saying 'Oh, Aa' in Portuguese
and roughly translated that
means, 'I don't know what the
hades you're talking about.'"
iq A Prayer For
THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES
MAY GOD BLESS THEM AIL
Trott The Cleaner.
Panam, R. P.
LUX AND CECILIA
: New adventures with the Son of Robin Hood... Romance,.
intrigue live again when He shows his courage with
the Sword... And In LOVE... I k ,
ROMANCI I
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Romantic Island:
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Joicsh
COTTEN
. In
"SEPTEMBER AFFAIR"
Altor "Last Political Event-
BELLA VISTA
of CARDINAL
MlNDSZENTTI
Charlea
BICKFORD
O aWnlta
CRANVILLE
- In -
"GUtLTY
OF
TREASON"
TROPICALTHEATRE
GREAT SHOW! Presentation of: ORKAT SHOWI
LAS MULATAS DE FUEGO
(Genuine Creator! of The Mambo)
e GLORIA HEI.M
(International Singer)
O HERMANAS CASTRO
ALEXANDER aaa PARLO
(Dance of Rodney'a Negro Rallet)
Vll.MA VALLI
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BARBARA STANWYCK
ROBERT PRESTON
- In -
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- Also: .
Abbott & Costello, In
"MEXICAN HAYRIDE"
TIVOLI THEATRE
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Lawrence Tierney. In
AN QUENTfN"
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VICTORIA THEATRE
Richard Wldmark Veronica
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"Slattery' Hurricane"
Alao: Tyrone Power, la
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Salurday -THREE GUY NAMED MIKE"
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BALBOA
STARTS TOMORROW!
PEDRO MIGUEL
1 *u. at etayahed:
"CAPTAIN BLOOD"
Salurday DICK TRACY, DETECTIVE"
GAMBOA
15 aaa.
(Saturday)
Ceear ROMERO June HAVOC
"ONCE A THIEF"
G A 7 U N
S:te
Esther WILLIAMS a) Howard KEEL
'THE PAGAN LOVE SONG'
Saturday "WOMAN IN HIDING"
THE MATING
SEASON'
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MARGARITA
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Jerome COORTLAND e) Beverly TYLER
'THE PALOMINO" (technicolor)
Satmrday -UNION STATION"
lAMKt Bt'RROCCH LTD ge CALE DISTILLERY LAMBETH LONDON IE 11
CRISTOBAL
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Rod CAMERON a) Adrian BOOTH
"BRISMSTONE" (Color)
Saturday "BEDTIME FOB RONZO"
Tht Comedy Surprise
of The Year!
for an evening out
.. go to the movies!
John LUND
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"ESTE ES UN TRIUNFO DEL PUEBLO." A Arosemena
"Todos los Partidos polticos, grandes y chicos,
estarn representados en la administracin', decla-
r esta maana el Presidente de la Repblica a un re-
presentante de este diario. El Presidente Arosemena
se encontraba esta maana en presencia de varios
periodistas nacionales y extranjeros, con los Coman-
dantes de la Polica Remn y Vallarino y dio a la
prensa facilidades para que le hicieran todas las pre-
guntas que quisieran. El Presidente dijo, "Este es un
triunfo del pueblo y nosotros debemos ante todo lu-
char por defender sus derechos. No se sacarn de
golpe a los empleados pblicos de sus puestos. La
organizacin del gobierno se efectuar poco a poco
para que no sufren los servicios del Estado."
Se indic que posiblemente la prxima semana
se iniciarn las conferencias de prensa con asisten-
cia, si es posible, de los Ministros de Estado y del Se-
cretario General y Privado. Se explic que el Presi-
denta de la Repblica tiene especial inters en man-
tener al pblico informado sobre los problemas del
Estado, para que la ciudadana se entere, con todo
lujo de detalles, de las labores de su administracin.
Estas conferencias de prensa se efectuarn cada
quince das, y el Presidente escoger la hora.
Se inform, asimismo, auc se han sealado los das
Mircoles y Viernes, de once y media de la maana
a una y media de la tarde, para las visitas del pbli-
co. Sobre este particular se solicita la cooperacin de
todos los amigos del Presidente, pues el Jefe del Esta
do tiene que tratar importantes problemas y su tiem-
po es de gran valor para los intereses nacionales.
Stcuc/it
todos los das a las 3:30 p.m.
DRAMA: AVENA QUAKER.
"EL HUO PERDIDO"
Escribe: Vera Fontaaella.
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SO VIUESIMO SEXTO
PANAMA. B. P VIERNES. MATO 11, 1W1
CINCO CENTESDfOB
Ms de un milln de chinos en la ofensiva
Sobre los cadveres de sus
soldados los comunistas han
avanzado hasta 20 millas
TOKIO, Mayo 18 (UP) Las hordas comunistas que
avanzan sobre los cadveres de sos propios soldados, lo-
graron avanzar veinte millas o ms a travs de las lineas
aliadas en el oriente de Corea en su primer eran avance
de sn ofensiva de un milln de hombres.
Un informe del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos dijo que
los rojos han lanzado 600,000 hombres en la segunda fase
de su ofensiva de primavera y tienen otros 375,000 en re-
serva en Manchuria. Dice el informe que esta enorme
fuerza de 1,141,000 hombres es cuatro veces mayor que la
de las Naciones Unidas y es "una amenaza crticamente
peligrosa''.
Con esta enorme fuerza hu-----------------------------------------------
mana, los rojos no le pres-
tan atencin a sus bajas y si-
guen avanzando en su tercer
da de la segunda fase de la
ofensiva.
-fLas bajas comunistas de ayer
se calculan en 20,000, el total
Mas alto de bajas en un solo
da de lucha.
Los rojos lograron abrirse pa-
to y han establecido un pode-
roso bloqueo en los caminos
detrs del frente en Chunchon,
obligando a toda la linea de-
recha a defensa de las Na-
ciones Unidas a una retirada
general.
En el frente occidental los
rojos desataron un gran asal-
to contra la linea dV. defensa
de Sel, pero fueron rechza-
|dos por la artillera.
El Octavo Ejrcito Inform
3ue el ataque comunista estaba
Irigindose a unas v?inte mi
Illas al Este de Sel, con gran
cantidad de refuerzos movlli
Izndose hacia el frente.
Los mayores asaltos fueron
[hechos en el frente central en
Idonde el Dcimo Cuerpo de Es-
Se est tomando declaracin
los Ex-Mnstros de Estado
a
tados Unidos le causo a los
rojos cercad e diez mil bajas,
rojos cerca de diez mil bajas,
los otros sectores del frente se
le han causado a los rojos otras
diez mil bajas.
Un regimiento de Estados U-
nidos se encontraba en el furor
de la lucha cerca de Hoengsong,
bus cando venganza por. las
grandes prdidas que sufrieron
er* el "Valle de la Muerte'' en
Drero pasado.
El regimiento tiene posesin
de un estrecho valle al Este de
Chunchon, y se mantiene fir-
me a Pesar de los jejpetldqs a-
taques comunistas. Los norte-
americanos le hicieron frente
a los ataques con campos dV
minas, alambre de pas y con
una lluvia de gasolina gelati-
nosa asi comp el continuo fue-
go de todos ius caonee.
Darn auxilio
a las viudas de
Gmez y Flores
Las viudas del Mayer Las-
cano Gmez y del Teniente
Juan Flores recibirn un au-
xilio del Gobierno Nacional,
segn Informes obtenidos ayer
en fuentes oficiales.
A Is viuda del Mayer Go-
mes le ser entregada la sa-
ma de B. 3.380 y I del te-
niente Juan Flores B. 1.440.
Se estima que una comisin
de siembras del Cuero* de
Polica har entrega de la su-
ma mencionada a las
clonadas viudas.
JE\ comandante del regimien-
to dijo: "Le estamos pagando
la deuda". "Los estamos ma-
tando tan rpidamente como
podemos y los continuaremos
(rasa a la Pae.na 6. Col 1)
Brindaron agasajo
al Min. Bermdez
en "D Panam"
Procedieron a ampliar hoy la
indagatoria al Doctor Arias
en la Polica Nacional
El Comandante J. A. Remn rendir, un informe
escrito a la Comisin Investigadora
La Comisin Investigadora de.diclal quien juzgue el caso de
la Asamblea Nacional continunos ex-Minlstros, segn deca-
Gioconda la. ser coronada
maana en el Aula Mxima
del Colegio "Abel Bravo"
Anoche, en el comedor de la
terraza del hotel "El Panam",
un grupo de profesores de, la
Facultad de Ingeniera y Arqui-
tectura de la Universidad, ofre-
ci una comida en honor del
Profesor y arquitecto, don Ri-
cardo J. Bermdez, Ministro de
Educacin. El agasajo tuvo ca-
rcter ntimo y se desarroll
en un ambiente muy cordial.
Por supuesto, no hubo discur-
sos ni se revisti de pomposa
solemnidad.
Asistieron los profesores: Gui-
llermo Rodrguez, Victor N.
Jullao, Alberto de Saint Malo.
Ramn A. Saavedra. Ireneo
Franco, Vctor Urrutla, Gui-
llermo de Roux, Juan B. Mac-
Kay, Octavio Mndez Ouardla,
Toms Guardia Jr., Rogelio
Daz y Enrique Rulz Vemaccl.
Se recibi un telegrama del
Prof. Juar Manuel Cedefio, en
el que se adheria al acto.
El Ministro de Ed'icacln,
Prof. Bermdez, discurri con
sus amigos de temas diversos
y an habl de sus planes como
Ministro, con la mayor discre-
cin.
La fiesta dej un recuerdo
grato en el agasajado y en los
agasajantes.
esta maana la Indagatoria del
Dr. Arnulfo Arlas, segn In-
form esta maana su Presi-
dente, H. D. Lorenzo Bar raza.
Aunque se mantiene en la
ms absoluta reserva la Inda-
gatoria tomada al Dr. Arlas, y
sigue mantenido Incomunicado,
el Comandante de la Polica,
Coronel Jos A. Remn, infor-
m a EL PAHAMAAMBRICA
que el doctor Arnnrro Artas ha-
bla solicitado ios servicios de
un abogado que lo asesorara so-
bre procedimiento. Sobre este
particular no se sabe qu ac-
titud adopte la Comisin de la
Cmara encargada de la In-
vestigacin.
Esta maana la comisin pro-
cedi tambin a tomarle de-
claracin a Jos ex-Mlnlstroa de
Estado del Gobierno del doctor
Arnulfo Arias. Dichas declara-
clones obrarn en las sumarlas
que se adelantan contra el Dr.
Arnulfo Arlas por extralimlta-
cln de funciones pblicas. Se
tiene entendido que ser la
Corte Suprema o el Tribunal
Superior del Primer Distrito Ju-
raclones da los miembros de la
Comisin Investigadora.
El Comandante Remn Infor-
m a un redactor de este dia-
rlo que est preparando un ex-
tenso Informe que abarca los
antecedentes y loa hechos po-
lticos en que ha intervenido
la Polica, como le ha sido eo-
lllctado por la Comisin In-
vestigadora. Dicho mtorme-es-f-
tara listo el lunes y constar
de treinta folios aproximada-
mente.
Renuncian tres
Gobernadores
sus posiciones
Voraz incendio destruye 17
cuadras en la ciudad de
Esmeraldas en 1 Ecuador
Tres gobernadores han pre-
sentado renuncia de ana rar-
fos y se ha llamado a ana
respectivos sapientes para que
asuman la Gobernacin.
Ratos gobernadores son: Jos
D. Soto de Panam, Aseneln
Broce de los Santos y Abel
Castrelln de Chiriqui.
Mediante resuelto expedido
por el Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia se ha llamado a o-
cupar las vacantes s rae res-
pectivos sapientes sai; para
Panam, Leopoldo Matzola;
para Los Santos, Marcelino
Pintn y para Chiriqui a Ni-
cols Tylor.
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Servicio especial
QUITO, Mayo 18 (UP) Se
teme que haya una gran canti-
dad de muertos y heridos como
resultado de un devastador in-
cendio que dur toda la soche
y la maana e hoy, arrasando
17 cuadras en la seccin comer-
cial de Esmeraldas a 130 mihas
ce Quito.
Los vientos extendieron lis
llamas, convlrtlendo a la ciudad
de Esmeraldas, con una pobla-
cin de 25,000 personas, en un
infierno.
Los aviones comerciales y mi-
litares transportaron bombe ios
y equipo hacia el rea domina-
da por el Incendio. Los resi-
dentes bomberos y soldados es-
tuvieron luchando por comoa-
tlr las llamas mientras que los
edificios te desplomaban atra-
pando a familias enteras en
medio de las llamas.
Presentan habeas
corpus a favor de
Juan de D. Poveda
En favor del Lie. Juan de Dios
Poveda y contra el Fiscal del Ss
gundo Tribunal de Justicia. Lie.
Carlos Augusto Lpez, fue In-
terpuesta ayer en la maana un
recurso extraordinario de Ha-
beas Corpus. El recurso fue-in-
mediatamente repartido al Ma-
gistrado Dr. Publio A. Vsquez,
quien orden al funcionarlo a-
cusado el informe de rigor. XI
Lie. Carlos Augusto Lpez, Fis-
cal Segundo del Segundo Tri-
bunal de Justicia, manifest a
(Pass a la Pas Cal.
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"Mat yi
COLON, Mayo IS (RPA) La coronacin de Sn Majestad
loconda I que tendr lugar maana a las ocho de la noche en
aula mxima del Colegio Abel Bravo, ser uno de los aconte-
mientes sociales ms sobresalientes de la feria de Coln, toda
i que el acto constituye algo fino, elegante v de buen gasto,
Dresallendo el original trono construido por el hbil artista pro-
sor Jos Aranda Klee.
Adems el comentado espectculo contar con el aporte de
Banda Republicana, el Coro del Colegio Abel Bravo, el Con-
oto Pllcet, los Indios de San Blas, los negros del Africa y Ma-
n Luisa Trujillo la exquisita cancionera panamea.
El proa-rama se iniciar a las echo en punto de la noche del
hado 1 con la entrada de Gioconda I acompaada de su ede-
nes Jsan Diai Vinales y Jos Manuel Meana, y damas de ho-
r seoritas Nanev Sasso. Margarita Barcenas, Virginia. Rod ri-
ce y Thelma Castillo, escoltadas por lee caballeros Roberto Be-
u*aaa a la Pag coi. ir
Casa por casa se
examinarn aqu
los mosquitos
COMUNICADO:
Durante el ao, en los meses
de abril, mayo, Junio y no-
viembre y diciembre, la ciudad
de Panam confronta una In-
vasin de mosquitos, unas ve-
ces en mayor o menor canti-
dad. Estos mosquitos son co-
nocidos como "Aedes taenlo-
rhychus", negros y pican fuer-
te. A pesar de que estos mos-
quitos pican fuerte e indirec-
tamente son la causa de irri-
taciones locales, especialmente
en nios, ellos no son peligrosos
o portadores de enfermedades.
Los pantanos en las costas
del interior de Panam no sa-
neados son criaderos de estos
mosquitos. Ellos vuelan de es-
tos lugares hacia Panam a
una distancia de 25 millas o
ms. Por el momento no hay
manera prctica de prevenir es-
ta invasin o controlar las fuen-
tes de criaderos de estos mos-
quitos.
El portador se encargar de
localizar muestras de mosqui-
tos en todas las residencias de
la ciudad. Estos mosquitos se-
rn examlnsdos microscpica-
mente y determinarn la Iden-
tificacin de ellos. El resultado
de la'Identificacin le ser en-
viado por escrito a la mayor
brevedad posible ----------
El Comandante Remn dijo
que el Diputado Norberto Zu-
rita se encuentra a rdenes de
la Asamblea Nacional y del
Fiscal Segundo del Primer Dis-
trito Judicial, Licenciado Car-
los A. Lpez.
D Comandante Vallarino in-
form que la Polica Nacio-
nal contina an acuartelada,
pero espera que se suspender
el acuartelamiento dentro de
pocos das. Dijo que an no se
habla designado el nuevo Jefe
de la Ouardla Presidencial, que
consta de noventa hombres.
_--------------------------------
Brillante defensa del
derecho de asilo hizo
Cuba en La Haya ayer
Este slo puede terminar por un acto voluntario
de la persona asilada, por la muerte o por la
partida con salvoconducto
LA HAYA, Mayo IB (UP)
La Corte Internacional de Jus-
ticia aplaz las audiencias del
pleito entre Colombia y Per
sobre el derecho de asilo Ue
rtal Haya de la Torre ye:
Presidente de ese alto tribunal,
Jules Basdevant, de Francia, pi-
di a las partes que "permanez-
can a disposicin de la Corte'.
En ia audiencia de ayer, Gil-
bert Gidel, profesor de la .ii-
vcraldad de Paria, habl coaio
letrado del Gobierno Peruano.
Gidel pidi- que la Corte "ejecu-
Brindarn agasajo
a unos Ministros
los Ingenieros
La Sociedad Panamea de i:.-
cenleros y Arquitectos ofrecer
el prximo lunea Ji de mayo
un banquete en el Club Dn.n
tn honor de sus colegas Den
David Samudio A., Don Juan Ue
Arco Galindo, Dop Norberto ia-
varro y don Ricardo J Berji-
dez, con motivo de su escoci-
miento para Ministros del Gabi-
nete del Presidente Arosemena.
8lguiendo una coatumbre ya
catsbleclda por esta Soeieilao,
slo se han Invitado para este
acto a los Ingenieros y arqui-
tectos y representantes de los
diarios locales. Esta aera una
Esta ser
fiesta de confraternidad y de
compaerismo sin ningn Inte-
rs poltico. Loa miembros de
interior y que no hayan reci-
bido su Invitacin a tiempo pae
Jen considerarse con derecho
para asistir, pues el agasajo ei
?*&*?**. PptfuV/ _.
te el fallo del 20 de Noviembre
de 18-50 en la forma que consi-
dere necesaria y deje que Per
tenga el beneficio d la conclu-
sin formulada en ese fallo-
En la citada fecha, el tribunal
dictamin que Haya de '.a Tt-
.-re era asilado poltico y no un
delincuente comn, pero a la
\es dijo que Colombia haola
violado la Convencin Inter-A-
ciericana sobre el derecho de a-
silo al permitir que Haya de la
Torre se refugiara en la Emba-
jada Colombiana en Lima, "Va)
(Pasa a la Pg. 8. Cel. 4)
de bibliotecas se
establecer aqu
El Secretarlo del Ministerio
de Educacin. Lie. Carlos Ivn
Ziga, nos inform esta ma-
ana que el Ministerio de Edu-
cacin en cooperacin con la
Biblioteca Nacional establecer
na servicio de "bibliotecas am-
bulantes" al servicio de la co-
munidad.
Nos explic el Lie. Ziga que
las "bibliotecas ambulantes"
(Paaa a la Pgina 8 eel. X)
Compaa de Ballet
visitar a Panam
a fines de junio
La primera compaa de
"ballet" en visitar a Panam
en varios m*ses, se presentar
en sta capital tres das a fines
de Junio.
La compaa se presentar
en el Teatro Nacional el 28, 20
y 30 de Junio, y conata de un
cuerpo de 21 bailarinas encabe-
zadas por la gran bailarina
norteamericana Nana Golnar.
El principal bailarn ser Paul
Betroff.
La seorita Golnar. quien ha
sido primera bailarina del "Ba-
llet Russe" y quien tambin ha
bailado en la compaa Metro-
politana de Ballet de Nueva
York, fu una vctima del pollo
en sus primeros aos. La seo-
rita Golnar comenz a bailar
I-para ejercitar los msculos,
convirtindose ms tarde en
una de las mejores bailarinas
norte americanas, habindose
presentado en las principales
ciudades de Estados Unidos y
Europa.
er
oao*
ji
dice el Dr. Dmaso Cervera
"Sera funesto, agrega, mantener en posiciones ofi-
ciales a los que aplaudieron el decreto que
derog la Constitucin de 1946" /
Hemos recibido i para su pu-
blicacin la siguiente carta:
Mayo 17 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA,
Presente.
Estimado Sr. Director:
Acabo de leer el editorial de
EL PANAMA AMERICA, titula-
do "El pueblo est ansioso de
conocer todos los hechos", edi-
torial que habla de la necesi-
dad de esclarecer "todos los he-
chos que rodearon los aconte-
cimientos del golpe de Estado
y el desenlace del mismo" y
que, "ninguna ocasin mejor
para hacer resplandecer la luz
de la verdad que la que ofrece
el proceso que actualmente si-
gue la Asamblea Nacional en
el ejercicio de sus funciones
Judiciales de acuerdo con el
Art. 118 de la Constitucin". Y
ms adelante agrega que "es
de esperarse que los debates de
este proceso se realicen con la
mayor cordura, sin precipita-
clones de ninguna especie, a
fin de deslindar responsabilida-
des de todo orden".
Estos conceptos, en los cua-
les coinciden todos los diarlos
(Pass a la pgina 8 columna >
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,800
Conmemorse hoy
el natalicio de
Pedro J. Sosa
Acto conmemorativo al n*-'
tllelo del Ilustre panamea
Ing. Pedro J. Sosa se llev a.
cabo en la escuela que lleva
su nombre en la maana da
hoy.
En el pato del plantel to-
dos los alumnos fueron reuni-
dos por el personal docente,
desarrollndose u n simptica
programa. El director del co-
legio seor ngel Santlzo hizo
uso de la palabra despus qua
todos los alumnos cantaron el
himno a Pedro J. Sosa y expu-
so las grandes cualidades da
don Pedro J. Sosa, quien con-
tribuy de manera efleas a la
construccin del Canal de Pa-
nam y se catalog como un*
de los mejores Ingenieros de M
poca.
La fecha del nacimiento del
Ing. Pedro J. Sosa tuvo lugar
el 19 de mayo de 1031 y ia
muerte aconteci en un trfi-
co accidente martimo en el
ao de 1888 en el puerto do
Havre, en Francia.
El acto celebrado en dicha
escuela termin con el HlmaS)
Nacional, cantado por todos lo*
miembros del personal docen-
te y los alumnos.
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Transaccin por un milln de balboas har
el Seguro Social con el Banco Nacional
"A pesar de que en loe libros del Seguro Social aparece como activo una partida de B /.-
700,000.00, es otra la realidad fiscal de la Caja", inform esta maana a la prensa el nuevo Gerente
de esa Institucin Lie. Manuel Sols P.
El Gerente Sols dijo que B/.500,000.00 se encuentran comprometidos con el Banco Fiducia-
rio y existen otros serios compromisos con el Banco de Herrera y otras instituciones, hacin-
dose difcil la situacin de la Caja del Seguro que tiene que cumplir compromisos con el Colegio
de la Salle, Zona Libre de Coln, la Universidad Nacional, el Acueducto de Chitr y sobre todo
hacerle frente a los prestamos para construcciones. Para cubrir todos estos compromisos el Ge-
rente Sols inform que celebrar una reunin con el Ministro de Hacienda y con el Contralor
General de la Repblica a efecto de que la Caja del Seguro Social realice una transaccin por
un milln de balboas a base de traspasos de valores negociables para poder asi cubrir sus com-
promisos.
El Gerente Sola hizo hincapi en que la situacin se hace ms difcil debido a que por ra-
zones desconocidas la Caja del Seguro Social ha estado pagando B /.85.000.00 a los asegurados
del Estado, retardndose la Contralor! en enviar a la Caja esos dineros.
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(En nuestra edicin de ayer apareci este
editorial con errores de imprenta que alteraron
el texto. Por tal motivo lo reproducimos hoy de-
bidamente corregido):
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OTRO CASO DE MILITARISMO
Ayer se produjo en la Repblica de Bolivia un
cambio de gobierno y se hizo cargo del Poder una
Junta Militar. Hasta el momento se nota una ma-
nifiesta ausencia de datos precisos en relacin con
el asunto, de manera que no es posible hacer mayo-
res comentarios al respecto. Pero lo que s se ha
puesto de relieve nuevamente en la Amrica Latina
es la preponderancia del militarismo, pues, sean
cuales fuesen las circunstancias que han determi-
nado los sucesos de Bolivia, es un hecho que los
institutos armados han reemplazado al rgimen ci-
vil.
Es muy lamentable que en la Amrica Latina
los ejrcitos constituyan, a veces, factores decisi-
vos en la vida politica de varias Repblicas. Re-
sulta ilgico, por decir lo menos, que cuando ya
han desaparecido afortunadamente los peligros de
guerras entre pases americanos estos pueblos ten-
gan que soportar el mantenimiento de grandes con-
tingentes armados con su secuela de sacrificios eco-
nmicos y, generalmente, de depresiones morales.
Las bochornosas dictaduras que actualmente
desprestigian nuestro hemisferio son el producto,
precisamente, de la preponderancia del militarismo
ya que ste pareciera que se siente investido del
caduco "derecho divino de los Reyes" para gober-
nar en algunas naciones americanas, como si toda-
va viviramos en la edad media. Y es urgente erra-
dicar esa creencia por anacrnica y por condena-
ble a la luz de la democracia y de la cultura ge-
neral moderna.
Entre los grandes problemas que confronta el
legtimo ideal del Panamericanismo debe estar con
carcter primordial el que presentan las dictaduras
declaradas y las que puedan estarcen gestacin en
nuestro Continente. fl*e revisan* todas las declara-
ciones ideolgicas que informan la* conferencias in-
ternacionales de Amrica se encontrar en ellas la
constante voluntad de los estadistas y pensadores
del hemisferio en el sentido de hacer de ste un ba-
luarte de la dignidad humana y de la libertad po-
ltica concebida en la doctrina democrtica que tie-
ne en el gobierno civil su ms elevada y clara ex-
presin.
Frente al actual problema de Bolivia nosotros
formulamos nuestros ms sinceros votos por la
pronta restauracin de la normalidad en ese pas,
entendiendo sta en su ms positiva y generosa rea-
lidad a fin de que esa Nacin hermana logre rea-
lizar sus anhelos republicanos a base de un go-
bierno democrtico y representativo.
7^C- y ermosos pudines en 5 mimrfosl
Slo se Jes off reg /eche y a* cocinan I
CA*AAifio
JJBitI
Pudines
_> TUB
IgHXMtOll
(Magnffico* postres-
con gran economlal
La Sociedad Italiana de Beneficencia
por este medio invita a todos sus socios a la reunin
extraordinaria que tendr lugar el viernes 18 de los
corrientes, a las 8 de la noche.
Asistir a dicha reunin, como invitado de honor,
el Seor Ministro de Italia Barone Antonio Rosset
Desandre.
Se encarece puntual asistencia.
EL SECRETARIO
CON EL DINERO
NO SE JUEGA..
Pero si se juega con una accin de CLUB DE
LOTE ... Elija el suyo en el PARQUE
LEFEVRE por la mnima sama de
B/.4
.00 Semanales
CA. DE LEFEVRE, S. A.
Calle A No. S Telfono: z-SSSS
GACETILLAS
Universitarias
a, # 2). m
Este tarde a Us tela, tendr
lugar una Importante reunin
de los alumnos matriculados en
la Facultad de Medicina. Di-
cha reunin ser con el fin de
cruzar ideas eon respecte a la
iniciacin de clases el da lu-
nes, i
Hasta el momento en que es-
cribimos estas gacetillas, se en-
contraban matriculados los si-
mientes estudiantes: Bernarda
Jan, Rubn D. Merel. Ernest
J. Franceschl, Bill Har Slaugh-
ter, Cecilia Lmela, Marine Au-
di, Mariano Lmela J.. Enrique
Preciado, Isollna Mejia, Jaime
Bravo, Jorge Lombardo rala,
Obdulio Lasso O.. Hllma Qui-
rs de Moncayo, Csar A. Ber-
nal, Jos Flix Guevara.
Solamente faltan los alumnos
que participaron en el concur-
so de becas cuyos Resultados
deben ser dados a conocer en
ei da de hoy.
Ayer estuvo de visita en nues-
tro mayor centro de estudios
el Rector de la Universidad Au-
tnoma de Mxico, Lie. Luis
Garrido, quien reallta una Jira
de acercamiento cultural. El
Lie. Garrido visit todos los edi-
ficios de la ciudad universitaria
en compaa del Rector doctor
Octavio Mndez Pereira.
Anoche el doctor Mndes Pe-
reira le ofreci una comida al
ilustre visitante.
La Universidad ha anunciado
que las clases en Aguadulce se
Iniciarn el sbado 26 de los
corrientes a las 9 a.m.
La Federacin de Universitarios
Catlicos
Invita a los familiares, al
pueblo panameo en general, a
una Misa de Requiem que por
el eterno descanso de los caldos
en los ltimos sucesos, se ce-
lebrar en la Santa Iglesia de
San Miguel el sbado II a las
7 a.m.
NUEVA SALUD
Y ENERGA
Para las parxajaj oW mis da 46 afta*
con al nuava tnica farruglnaM
Lm mujer** y In* bomhr**, psirtinilarrosmU
le* botnbrw. qua euruentran qua aatin cant-
ando a la tmakm y law praocupa^wataa 4*4
trabajo o a la eituaeian aooooroiea, ta a La
mano un ratnadio qua, auoqoa 'aaadkV, aa
padaiuaareeta ftcaa.
. Marcha a La vanguardia coa loa aillaa da
paraoDaiqua han raroatrado an ata nuava y
podtroaa raneta a baa* da kuarro- FERRI7. AN
praciaamanta la ciaac 4a madicaroanto forti-
canta y i jalllujBe|h qu* naraailaa.
El t%*> m al baiirurao da diasUia* ai
aenclamanta aaornbraao. Uatad paraca qua
aianta qua la corra nuava vida por al euarpo. La
aarfta queda rattaurada, aa raoohfa La aav
poatcin a hacer laa ooaaa. Lai parvioaidad
daaaoarate y uatad duervae profundaaaanU.
8a a*aftta wuavo en todo aantido.
Solicita ti FERRIZAN an la farmacia da au
j aometalo a prueba hoy lawa
Neddy Nestle dice:

>J*
Srvalo con
EVERREADY de NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Leche
Se prepara al instante
en la tesa.
EL PETRLEO DEL IRAN
Por ALDOR^]evan a cal,0 experimento
en la Zona del Canal para
usar civiles en la defensa
EL SHA: Cuidado, seores. El material es inflamable.
Honran a una dama brasilea
con el ttulo de "mujer de
las Americas" para este ao
NUEVA YORK, Mayo (USIS)
__ La doctora Berta Lutz, re-
nombrada mujer de ciencias y
dirigente feminista del Brasil,
ha sido honrada como "La Mu-
jer de las Americas" para 1951.
La distincin le ha sido con-
gerlda por las "Mujeres Unidas
de las Americas", una organiza-
cin que presenta a las mujeres
de todas las repblicas ameri-
canas. ,
Altos funcionarlos de los pa-
ses latinoamericanos y delegados
a las Naciones Unidas estuvle-
Cerca de un milln
de refugiados han
establecido hogares
GINEBRA, Mayo (USIS)
Un Informe que acaba de publi-
car la oficina central de la Or-
ganizacin Internacional de Re-
fugiados revela el progreso que
se ha alcanzado en el restable-
cimiento de personas desplasa-
das en nuevos hogares.
El Informe dice que hasta el
31 de marzo de 1951 han sido
restablecidos 988,202 de 1,547,000
refugiados por la OR desde Ju-
lio de 1947. De ellos, 918,157 fue-
ron transportados a nuevos ho-
gares por la OR, y 72,045 han
solicitado repatriacin a sus
pases de origen.
Del resto. 231,721 todava ne-
cesiten de lo Organizacin; ms
de 238,000 estn clasificados co-
mo casos Inactivos, salvo en lo
que hace a la proteccin legal y
poltica; 91,000 han sido supri-
midos de la lista debido a falle-
cimiento o a otras razones.
ron presentes en la recepcin
ofrecida en honor de la Docto-
ra Lutz en el Hotel Biltmore.
Entre las asistentes figuraban
la seorita Minerva Bernardi-
no, representante de la Repbli-
ca Dominicana en la ONU,
quien recibi la distincin en
1958.
La Doctora Lutz, distinguida
blloga, ha aportado valiosas
contribuciones en la ciencia a
que se dedica. Es hija del Dr.
Adolfo Lutz, famoso por su lu-
cha para acabar con la fiebre a-
marilla en el Brasil. Su madre.
-Fowler Lutz, adquiri renombre
por su labor en favor de los le-
prosos y los hurfanos.
Xa Doctora Lutz se ha Intere-
sado desde hace mucho tiempo
en lo relativo a los derechos c-
vicos, sociales y econmicos de
la mujer, y con la ayuda de o-
tras inagur el primer movi-
miento feminista organizado en
el Brazil, la Federacin Brasi-
lera para el progreso de la Mu-
jer, fundada en 1922, y la cual
tiene ahora secciones entodos
los estados del Brasil.
La Doctora Lutz es una de las
mujeres que formaron la Carta
de las Naciones de Historia ee
de las Naciones Unidas en San
Francisco en 1045. Actualmente
es Secretarla del Museo de His-
toria Natural en Ro de Janeiro.
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EN PANES O EN POLVO
lasel'e Importa nueva ellea, mayar llmalaia
y reiplondor a la cuchillarla y al alumlriia.
Da brilla y Iwirre a lumldarai. re'rlaera-
asrai, toemat. boot y metalce. limpia
madera, piio. Ilnalaa. Preleao la
mi. Na safa alar algana.
Indita an al laam'ma, can la
marca SABOlrO.
ledoi acfoi Kofe/ei te campfacan
aa InWfor a foi viiilanln Isrine-
amariconoi y mucho* eaanfienen
panana/ aa habla oiaenofa.
GUIA de HOTELES
ESTADOS UNIDOS
14
la Inrrromoi eordlo/menra o a>
/citar aa lot reapecfiVot cfmlni
frodorwi Informal mol arallaot
para efectuar iva raiarvooonai.
MW YORK CITY, NIW YORK
HOTEL SEYMOUR, m w. a cana
da la la. Aeanlde. Tunee Bailara. Roce
fallar Cantar r Keelonee rjnlda*. Ccanide*
xcrltntaa. Pradal Moderedo*. Habitacin**
arnrillu, aMaa Clll K. oblaa. 4a Un
%1M. Tambian aptaa. aoa eaeUa. Praclca
atinruilc MpaclilM. Cabla "Bajnaourtal"
HOTEL BRETTON HALL, araairu
M 8t. Bien anaabLaao. Subtarrlnio y 6a-
nibui, a! ola nal Howl ConTanianta a lu
Kiclonai Unida*. Cuarto eon bino, una par.
ansa, darte U8I4.. 1. USU. Tambin aptoi
coa cocina. Cable "Bratonal New Tore"
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, St. *> Broad
T. an al eeraioa da Tunea Baara, ti
pleca: loeo huecpedei; ambiente etracU-
*o. Cuartea moderno* f aleara*, eon
no y ducha particular, 'ado cretle y
due mala circulante i telerlelon
tambin! A corta dlalanel* a ala da t
crea y tlandel prinelpalee. ael cacao *ub-
terroao y dtulbul. Bada d*l "Diamond
Ror*e*noa" da BUly tVaaa. BaMtaclonae
uneulae aaaa UBII.N: otila aaadei
ubiim ReeUurantaa aan aira aaaaaMer
nado. Cable: "Parata! Me Terr'.
PIRE, Broadway a I
del Parana Central.
HOTEL EMP]
ana anadea
la CNtriu Aranlda y centro de
tr.ilicae kaMteelonaa aaea>ladae
de II M con baa.
Dea
SEVILLE HOTEL, Madleon *.e a th
8. aerea da laracae "IilailU e la malta
de la aaqulna". Bmpleaaoa y calla da ha-
bla apenla Me eeartoa aan baio. Dea
comedora y grlll. Bella tan ana
na eancUlaa. I!; doaua. II II
THE SUTTON HOTEL, JMBaetMSt
Caca di la* Naclona Unldai. Tranquilo,
moderno Cecina refalante, radio, telrlilan.
aire acondicionado Harina tralla Sencillo*
deada UBll.M Apto*, daeda USU M. Pre-
doe amnala y meniuala. aapeelala. Se
ble apeno!. Cable "Sultonotel".
HOTEL ROBERT FULTON, m w.
At., iuiw tranquilo di iirnb.tnta nmlllavr.
CantriLmaU ubicado Cuarto amplloa. b-
o privado. kllchrneilM 14 00 un prtoas.
11.00 por 4oi ApU. 2 r > cuarto*
Prtwloa ifwini.i y rn-niualM pra faml-
llava rebajados hasta N%. Dapto. Eapaflol
a cargo flr. Mariano Portoul. Cablegrafiar
PTTLTONOTIX Tal. TR 1-1000. Aaoe. eon
hotalta Cimtrrn, Park Plaxa. j toara*
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, w w. it
6t cerca 6* TlT.es Square. Cnn-aiaiatiU
por lodaa t4rnninala, transporta*. diYtr-
lcmaa. tiendas t Ato 1300 cuartos i
bailo Sencillos desde U, dobla* aisla
17 SO. TiltYiiicn Si habla atpailol.
HOTEL VAN I)KR BILT, Park a-. u
t. Locallaado o ti catitro 4o la ciudad
Cuatro eomedorae famoaoi Cuarteo MB te-
fio r radia; amcllloa dead* It DoWai daadi
17 60 Tambin apartamierjtoa pa\ra faalllaJ
Mucho eon alri acondicionado.
HOTEL KIMBKRI.Y, Broadwap .4 m
Poraona) latino. Cuartea con bario ducava
Dna paraona.. daada US 4 Taaiblen aptea
eoa cocina. RaaUuranta. Tel-rlalon.
HOTEL DIXIE, no w n,
tal anal moderno a ti distrito
Squara. Todos cuartoa con a-aflo, ducha,
radio, danallloa daada |I.M. Dobla*
da IIM. Earriba para
folalo. Spanish American Dapt.
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
frente a Pennsylraala Station, an el co-
raron da lea acciona teetnla y compre*.
laao hebltacrana eon bao privado, radio,
aaua corriente helada, SERVIDOR. Precloe
dada < 00 ... y HO eitrail Bmplaadoa de
habla espaola le atendern nacionalmente.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, ni B. B. rd
Bt A da cuadra* da tlencjae y taaaroa. Sen-
cilla US IS. a US |T. Apartamlantoa con
cocina y Berrido US II a t'S 114.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ, frente al correo.
BaUtaclona con aire acondicionado. II y
I Bao prlraao. Ba habla
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, w n ut
St.. centro di Miami. Prieta otlclna* Ll-
ana* Adre** t Omnlbu*. Be habla apaSol.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL, Btacayna
Bird NI 1 St. adianto al terminal ai-
reo central. Aira acondicionado opcional.
PITTSBURGER HOTEL, ni i*t st.
Centro de Miami. Carca Claa Adraaa y Aa-
tobuae. Precia modlcoe Se habla aapanol.
MIAMI aiACH, noaiDA
HOTEL CADILLAC, m colina ato.
Preste al mar. puya prlrada Aira aeondl-
donado Preda reducido* es Prtmarera
SOVEREIGN HOTEL, m st ir mi a ei
cadena. Placlna y playa privada Aire na
Idllll Dobla daede 08 II.
Los ojos de los Estados Uni-
dos en general, y de los peritos
en defensss antiareas en par-
ticular, estarn fijos en la ta-
na del Canal de Panam du-
rante los prximos meses.
En la Zona del Canal se esi
levando a cabo un experimento
para ia utilizacin de voca-
larios civiles en la defensa an-
tiarea del Canal de Panam.
El resultado del experimento lo-
cal determinara si se van a u-
sar y como Se van a usar los
civiles en capacidades similares
en los Estados Unidos y sus po-
sesiones.
La seleccin de la Zona de:
Canal como el campo de expt-
rlmenlo civll-mllitar fu anun-
ciada moche simultneamente
en el Istmo y Estados Unido*.
Esta maana, en el cuartel
general del Ejrcito de EstaUos
unidos en el Caribe, los miem-
bros del comit de cinco hom-
bres del Ejrcito explicaron a
a prensa sus planes y propsi-
tos- El portavoz del grupo ilfi
el Coronel Henry P. Van Omer,
quien urest ms de dos aos
de servicios en el Istmo en'.re
1946 y mediados de 1948.
Segn se explic a los perio-
distas, del resultado de las
pruebas se determinarn cuatro
puntos, a saber: qu tiempo to-
mar conseguir los coluntarios
civiles, cuntos voluntarlos se
enlistaran para la defensa an-
tiarea; qu clase de volunta-
rios sern, y cmo sern usados.
Ya que uno de los puntos se-
el tiempo que se tomar pa-
ra conseguir los voluntarlos, la
prueba ha comenzado y los pla-
nes de reclutamiento esin
biendo preparados aqui. Todava
no se ha anunciado la fecha eu
r,ue se comenzar el recluta-
miento.
Como as pruebas de la Zon>
cel Canal servirn como Jets*
~JAA
Gaca dalla)*
f irnarado servicia
"V.fel7fr.'AA
preferidla por Us vie je re
internacionales.
La P*A ofrece el ni*
co servicio diario y,
hasta Septiembre 30,
el viaje redondo a
Mxico por B/.207,
tarifa de excursin
vlida para 60 das.
Miami Kingston
Houston
Nueva Orlean
Entrese del econ-
mico servicio "El
Turista'*;., con
cinco vuelos sema-
nales a Miami.
CHICAGO
El vuelo ms rpido
12 -1/2 horas...
servicio DC-6 en to-
da esta ruta.
nicamente la PAA
la ofrece lado asta
CtMilit i is % lili is Viaja* a
toianjoe
OUIMAT
a) Mana Rae, PAA. toe.
PanAmfbca/v
HtMtlO AMMAYS
Panaat: Calle L No 5, T.l 14*7*
Colm Edil. Stl.i, Tel. 1097
xi*-a-f'
para ponerla en prctica en Es-
tados Unidos, el enrolamelnto
de voluntario ser restringido
para ciudadano norteamerica-
nos solamente.
Segn fu anunciado anoche,
los planes requieren que los vo-
luntaras trabajen hombro con
hombro con loa soldados en te-
das las capacidades, desde iis
balas de operaciones; a loa c*a-
piazam tentos de caones.
La Zona del Canal fu e.;co-
gida por las siguientes razones:
Es uno de los pocos lugares en
aonde existe direccin civil y
militar; ya existe un sistema de
defensa antiarea; es un lujar
tipleo de las reas en donde *?a.
industrias y actividades cor.tl-
nuarn an en momentos de e-
mergenca, y sus residentes un
considerados como representan-
tes legtimos del pueblo nortea-
ir.erlcario. en moral lealtad f
espritu de cooperacin.
En las pruebas sern usadas
mujeres y hombres por igual.
Los oficiales citaron el papel
Uesemptado por las. mujeres
urantt la segunda guerra n.un
dial e< la Zona del Cana!,
cuando estuvieron trabajando
en las alas de operaciones en
Quarry Heights planeando la
uefensa antiarea. El Ejrcito
rree que hay muchas cosas qus
las mujeres podran hacer en
este programa-
Lo que queda por resolver ca
la edad de los voluntarlos, los
uniformes, los rangos o 'rangos
simulados", compensacin por
lesione?, y el permiso que se te
deber conceder a los civiles en
sos actividades normales para
cuestiones de entrenamiento.
De tta prueba, dijo el Coro-
nel Van Ormer, el Ejrcito
piensa hacer un anlisis de
cantidad y calidad, a fin de es-
tablecer lo que podra hacer-'
en lo:. Estados Unidos.
pera su ae*asn*>
y liclmi riiiHii
Vkx. Ettaa no sito duna Bi*.
madd.
BlBBcWVickVapollub.
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de todos tamaos
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VIERNES, MATO II, 151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN It
'AGINA

Los Britnicos resienten la
actitud de E.JJ. sobre Irn
Se encuentran necesitados
de la ayuda de los Estados
Unidos en el caso petrolero
Juzgan que los Estados Unidos han contribuido a
crear descontento entre los iranios
Por Jay G. Hayden
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, mayo 18.
(EPS). El descontento de los
britnicos por el embrollo re-
lacionado con MacArthur, esta
siendo Intensificado por la a-
guda necesidad en que se en-
cuentran de que los Estados
Unidos les apoyen ante el pro-
blema de la nacionalidad pe-
trolera en Irn.
Los britnicos Juzgan que, le-
jos de ayudarles en este ca-
so, los Estados Unidos han con-
tribuido a crear descontento
entre los iranios por su inac-
cin en la controversia. Se que-
jan de que el arreglo privado
entre las empresas norteame-
ricanas y Saudi Arabia para
explotar los yacimientos petro-
leros all a medias ha hecho
que el pdeblo de Irn se re-
siente de los trminos menos
favorables otorgados por le em-
presa Anglo-Iranla. Y la acep-
tacin por los iranios del arre-
glo que ahora proponen los
britnicos seria acelerada si el
gobierno de Washington impi-
diera que los capitalistas nor-
teamericanos hicieran ofertas
para intervenir en la explota-
cin de los campos petroleros
iranios, y si impidiera tambin
que los tcnicos norteamerica-
nos trabajaran en los yacimien-
tos que han sido expropiados.
"Es alarmante y lamentable",
dice el Influyente "London Eco-
nomist", "que el efecto de k
consejos norteamericanos haya
sido el de debilitar ms bien
que reforzar la resolucin bri-
tnica. Aparte de -la incom-
prensin que el Departamento
de Estado muestra acerca da
las pasiones que agitan los na-
cionalistas orientales, y de la
clase de medidas que be nece-
sitan para hacerles frente, se-
ria deplorable que el doctor
Mossadegh 'el lider del movi-
miento pro-expropiacin que a-
caba de ser nombrado Primer
Ministro de Irn) actuara ba-
jo la creencia de que podra
contar inmediatamente con la
ayuda de tcnicos norteameri-
canos para operar una indus-
tria que ha sido quitada a sus
legtimos dueos britnicos. Lo
menos que podria hacer Wash-
ington es indicar claramente al
gobierno de Tehern que no
se permitirla tal accin, que
ninguna compaa norteameri-
cana va a intentar obtener
concesiones petroleras en Per-
sia".
Pero aun cuando el gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos de-
seara ayudar a losb rtanteos
en este sentido, hay obvios obs-
tculos para) realizar las medi-
das que sugiere el 'Economist'.
El primero y ms Importante
es que la Intervencin norte-
americana contra la expropia-
cin seria enteramente opues-
ta a la decisin de no inter-
venir en Mxico cuando el go-
bierno de este pals expropi to-
das las propiedades petroleras
norteamericanas.
En Mxico y Centro Amri-
ca en 1980, y en el Cercano
Oriente en poca ms recien-
te, la poltica de los astados
Unidos fue la de no interve-
nir oficialmente, en modo al-
guno, en las cuestiones refe-
rentes a expropiaciones decre-
tadas por los gobiernos locales.
Cuando a fines de la segun-
da guerra mundial Harold Ickes
propuso que el gobierno nor-
teamericano adquiriera parte de
la propiedad de un oleaducto
en Saudi, Arabia, encontr fuer-
te oposicin tanto en el Con-
greso como en los circuios in-
dustriales y comerciis priva-
dos que no estaban siendo in-
vitados a participar en la ne-
gociacin.
Los empresarios norteameri-
canos consideran' que '1 Go-
bierno no debe Intervenir en
forma alguna en tales opera-
clones, y en este sentido no hay
duda de que en el fondo slm-
LCntaVENBl
estn desempacando
PUAMAS RAYON a 3.95
Rosa, celeste, amarillo.
PUAMAS CORTAS a 2.95
Rosa, celeste, amarillo.
Tallas 82 a 40.
PANTIES VAN RAALTE
Rosa y blanco.
Tallas: 7, 8 y 9.
Especial: 1.15 y 1.25
CAMISONES JERSEY
Rosa, celeste, coral, aqua,
amarillo, verde. Con hom-
oreraa y sin hombreras.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial: 3.95
MEDIAS NYLON 60
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
Colores claros en
tallas 8 al 10.
1.95
pet;;otes para nisas
en batista y en rayn.
Tallas 8 al 14.
a 2.95
PANTIES PARA NIAS
Tallas 4 al 14. Rota, celeste, Cgnecial 0.70
blanco, amarillo. especial, v.fw
BRASSIERES EXQUISITE FORM
Rosa, blanco, celeste. 32 al 42.
Especial: 1.65 y 1.95
COMPRE AHORA
U UNTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO de 8 a 1Z:M y de 2 a C.
-------------
Fuvorece a Taft que Chicago
haya sido escogido como sede
de la Convencin Republicana
Por Marie T. Brown
WASHINGTON, Mayo 18 -----
(EPS) El senador Robert
Taft se ha anotado la primera
victoria en la lucha por la can-
didatura presidencial del par-
tido republicano en 1952, al ser
escogida la ciudad de Chicho
para celebrar la convencin na-
cional de este partido.
As os como interpretan la
accin del Comit Nacional Re-
publicano la mayora de los >!-
eres de la oposicin, chlc/.go
es el ncleo del poder poltico
de Taft y no hay duda de que
se lanzar con entusiasmo a a-
poyar l> causa del senador. Se
tiene por seguro que ste obicn-
Ir la poderosa ayuda del coiv
nel Robert McCormlck y su
TRIBUTO AL SOLDADO.Esta es una reproduccin del cua-
dro en colores que est siendo usado por el Departamento do
Defensa en conmemoracin del Da de las Fuerias Armadas
hoy 19 de Mayo.
patlzan con los nacionalistas
iranios.
En cuanto a los tcnicos nor-
teamericanos, no parece haber
forma alguna en que el go-
bierno de Washington puede
impedirles prestar sub servicios
a los iranios, si stos los re-
quieren. Ni siquiera podria im-
pedirse esta ayuda tcnica sus-
pendiendo la emisin de pasa-
portes, porque actualmente haj>
millares de estos tcnicos fue-
ra de los Estados Unidos, en
los campos petroleros de Mxi-
co, Colombia, Venezuela, etc.
Muchos de ellos estn en Ara-
bia, a la puerta misma d^ Irn,
y nadie podria impedirles que
se fueran a trabajar a los cam-
pos Iranios.
Pora
NAIPES PARA
CANASTA
Visite
SERVICIO DE LEWIS
Avenida Tvoli No. 4
Chicago Tribune, que tiene con-
siderable influencia en las flus
lepublicnnas de los Estados del
Medio Oeste.
Sin embargo, algunos obser-
van que el factor que ms in-
fluy en la designacin de Chi-
cago paia celebrar la conven-
cin fue las comodidades quo
dicha ciudad ofrece para un ac-
to de esa clase. Will Hays c:c-
' zar" del cinematgrafo, ha a-
ceptado el cargo de tesorero de
la convencin.
El costo de sta se calcula en
ms del doble de la anterior,
por lo menos en un cuarto de
milln de dlares.
Una comisin de hombres je
negocios de Chicago ha ofreci-
do contribuir con un fondo de
medio milln de dlares para
sufragar los gastos de ambas
convenciones, Ta repubucama y
la demcrata-
En 1948 el prtldo progresista
ce Henry A. Wallace reuni
veinticinco mil dlares para u-
far el "Convention Hall" de F1-
ladelfla. reduciendo asi los gas-
tos de los republicanos y los de-
mocratic en un veinte por
ciento.
Pero este ao no se ha otdo
decir nada del partido progre-
sista y no se sabe si van a uti-
lzar el mslmo local que los r-
publlcanos para llevar a cabo
su convencin.
En general se ndica que la
preferencia que los partidos
sienten por Chicago se debe u-
nicamwite al hecho de que en
esa ciudad hay numerosos ho-
teles de primera clase, que c-
lrecen un mnimo de ocho mil
habitaciones para los delegadas.
Filadeila, por su parte, nc
puede ofrecer ms de seis mi'.
Adems, el "Convention Hall"
ci Chicago tiene capacidad P--
a veinte mil personas, en Un-
to que el de Flladelfia slo ad-
(a cada del pelo
i SECURA PRONTO y SEGURO
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la concurrencia se estim en
c,lnce mil personas.
Sea como sea, el hecho es
que los observadores polticos
consideran que las probabili-
ties de que Taft obtenga la no-
minacin presidencial han au-
menado bastante con la re>u-
iacin del Comit Nacional, que
fu unnime. Es dudoso que mis
probabilidades hubieran aumen-
tado si la eleccin recae en Fl-
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La iira mdica ha atendido

personas
Algunos mdicos y dentistas
estn prestando una valiosa
ayuda a estas labores
Publicamos a continuacin i<
siguientes comunicados.
En parita hemos cumpilco
nuestra novena etapa de trate-
ro Hasta aqui 'nan sido attr-
d.das cuatro mil ciento diez y
ocho personas y se han ell.ii -
nado dos mil trescientos seis n-
eos dentarlos-
En nuestras labores en Pauta
tuvlmoi la valiosa ayuda de los
doctores Guillermo Rojas Su-
cre y Jos Manuel Reverte. A-
dems. trabajaron los odontalo-
Dos. doctores Victor Apar.cio
Rivera y Camilo Gonzlez, rie-
ron muy efectivas las enitr-
meras seorita Delfina E. Lom-
bardo, la seora Isabel Gomez
la 8eora Evella re Ruiloba. a
3tra. Cicmentlna Arboleda, y 1
tcnica de laboratorio, seor
Luisa de Bosques. Este personal
auxiliar prest sus servicios en
el segundo dia de nuestras ac-
tividades, pues en el primeo
tuvimos la oportuna colaooia-
c'.n dt la seora del Doctor lil-
las Sucre.
En la localidad. contribu., e-
i on a la realizacin de nuesucs
objetivos, los seores Ascencin
Gallardo G. Adalberto Adma-ie
Francisco Chlari. y Rosa Cardu-
zo Las seoras Nora de Bote-
Ilo y Rafaela de Rivera. L;s
eoriias Marta Admad y Au-
relia Posan.
Fueron atendidas cuatrocui.- ->ucre.
Patentados y frmulas mi-
nstrales; Disclentas treinta u-
nidades. Otras inyecciones: Die-
lsels.
Jira Mdico Asistenclal.
Parita, 12 de Mayo de 1951
Comunicado nmero ocho
Terminamos nuestro trablo
en el casero de La Cabuya,
perteneciente al distrito de Pe-
rita. Como en todas partes nos
encontramos aqui con cam pe-
nos muy enfermos, olvidados
en sus necesidades, ms apie-
mlantes. La escuela est en >-
eales estrechos, insalubres, an-
lipedaglcos. La imprevlsla y
la pereza oficial son aqu elo-
cuentes Hace dos meses, eejr.
informacin, terminaron el t-
nico pozo artesiano con que
cuenta la localidad, sin emwr-
ro no presta an servicio por-
que falta metro y medio de tu-
bo para que la bomba pueda
funcionar.
Colaboraron e f i c ientemei te
con nosotros la seora Benedic-
ta Gmez y hermanas, el maes-
tro Nazario Santana y la s--
orita HCrminda Pinzn. De
Chltr vinieron a trabajar el
seor Jos A. Sambrano, lo^ o-
dontlogos Adriano Soils y Vc-
tor Aparicio Rivera, y el Ins-
icctor sanitario seor Ezequiel
Rodriguez. Nos acompa unas
iioras el doctor Guillermo Roas
- CRUCIGRAMA -
REPORTE SEMANAL
El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
Se asegura que impidieron la
apertura del Banco Provincial
de Chiriqu la semana pasada
La siembra para la cosecha
de arroz de 1951 estaba casi
terminada en la mayora de los
sectores al finalizar la semana,
mientras que loa mercados se
mantenan firmes, de acuerdo
' con el Departamento de Agri-
cultura de Estados Unidos. El
mercado de arroz en cascara
continuaba inactivo, pe el -
rroz descascarado segua mo-
vindose hacia los mercados en
un buen volumen y a precios
estables.
El dos de mayo la Adminis-
tracin de "Productos y Merca-
dos de Estados Unidos anuncio
que se revisarn lo "requisitos
mnimos para el arroz en cas-
cara, arroz descascarado y arroz
pilado. Los nuevoa "rvquisltos
mnimos" entrarn a regir el
lo. de julio de 1951.
La principal revisin ser el
i.
tas setenticuatro personas, de
las cuales se estudiaron ve.u -
cinco Jefes de familia Se elimi-
naron doscientos siete focos
dentarlos. Se tomaron treinta
rt-.uestras de sangre para inves-
tigar paludismo, con sus respec-
tivos ndices esplnico y hei.io-
Klo'onlco. Como en todas parU:'.
se hizo intensa lator educativa
cunitaria. se repartieron cente-
nares de folletos, afiches y vo-
lantes. Adems, se pronunc.a-
' ron challas sobre e origen, Uc-
lca y finalidades de nuestro
movimiento, y la importancia
;undamental de una buena ali-
mentacin.
Medicamentos distribuidos:
Anti.oaldtrop: Doscientos vjn
tlun comprimidos de Araln de
U.10 gramos.
. Antiparasitarios I n UstlnaiCS: i>- ----------*-
:Quinientas sesentisiete peilns l.r.etina de 0.06 gramos yvcnU-
de hexjlresorcinol de q.20 (Ju- fouatro comprimidos de Wint"-
,'mo< o sea tratamiento pan \ don. _
ciento ieclocho personas. Cien- Antiahemlcos: Dos mil ceno-
o setenticineo tratamientos de citntas pastillas de sulfato le-
8e atendieron doscientas s?-
senticinco personas, de las cua-
les se estudiaron veinte Jcfe de
amllia. 8e tomaron venticince
muestras de sangre para lnve.-
tigar paludismo, con sus res-
pectivos indices esplnico y l.c-
moglobinlco. Hicimos labor e-
Jucativa. Se eliminaron do.-
cientos setentlnueve focos den-
tarlos. v
Medicamentos distribuido!
Antlpaldicos: Trescientos
diez comprimidos de Aralin de
0.10 gramos.
Antiparasitarios Intestinales:
Cuatrocientas veintinueve iwr-
:.-.s de hexylrorcinol de 000
gramos sea tratamientos p? -
iu noventa personas- Noveol'-
trs tratamientos de quenouociJ
para nios. Dos ampollas de e-
?Jfptfnopodio para nios.
;, Antianmlcos: Cinco mil ncis-
clentas setenta pastillas de sul-
ato Tyrrroso simple de 0.2??
gramo. y trescientas cincuenta
^ pastillas de sulfato ferroso c. r.
i comple.;o "B".
Antibitico-:: Diesinueve am-
pollas de penicilina procaina de
400.000 unidades
Vitamnicos: Mil setecientos
cuarentids comprimidos de via-
n.ina de 10 miligramos. oc.,o-
! cien tas treinta perlas de com-
i piejo "B", trecientos treinta
^comprimidos de cido escrlucc
Ve 50 miligramos, y ciento vein-
tc perlas de vitamina "A"' de
25.000 unidades.
Sulfamldas: Cuatrocientas
I veintisis comprimidos de 050
Jframo., entre trlsulfamidas. s'i!-
.famenzina, sulfadiazina, y scl-
Jfatalidina.
iroso simple de 0325 gramos
;i.ll setecientas pastillas de Mj-
Lito ferroso con complejo 'B'.
Antibiticos; Una ampolla de
penicilina procaina de 400,000
unidades.
Vitamnicos: Quinientos l-
tente comprimidos de tlamlr.E
,ie diez miligramos, mil doscien-
tas setenta perlas de complejo
' B" doscientos comprimidos de
acido ascrbico de cincuenta
miligramos y treinta perlas dr
vitamina "A" de ventielneo n.Il
unidades.
Sulfamldas: Ciento clncueiijt
cinco comprimidos de 0.50 gia-
mos. entre sulfamerlzlna y 'i'-
ratalidina.
Patentados y Frmulas Ma-
gistrales: Ochentids unidades
Otras inyecciones: Seis.
Jira Mdico Asistencia!
La Cabuya, 10 de Mayo de 1351
HORIZONTALES.
1Piscina.
7Pabellones de los odos.
13Ansiosos.
14_Tontera, argentinismo.
15Semidis rstico.
16Del verbo Imanar.
17Escuela Pblica Oriental,
Inlc.
18Metal que atrae otros
metales.
19Conjuncin adversativa.
21Autillo.
22Ciudad de Espaa.
26Extremidad de las fcves.
27Adverbio de lugar.
28Orilla de las calles.
29Desafiar.
31Del verbo abocar
32Tomo notas.
33Demostrativo.
34Nombre Je mujer.
35Lisa, sin desniveles.
36Afresis de ahora. >
37Distrados. .
38Medida espaola.
40Del verbo arar.
41Mesa pequea.
44Aleaciones da hierro y
carbono.
47Platas de adorno.
48Lanudo.
49Bogase.
50__Que no han sufrido dao
VERTICALES:
1Valle de Espaa.
2Instituto Vocaclonal
Argentino, Inlc.
3Que cultivan la literatura
4Tragedla de Sneca.
5 Animal cornpeto.
6Cocino en aeco.
7Superior.
8Gajo.
9Relativo al bano.
10Palo o estaca, en Cuba.
11Nombre de mujer.
12Apcope de santo.
18Terminacin de diminutivo.
19Detener.
20Nombre de mujer.
21Animal domstico.
23Que llevan recados.
24Planeta de nuestro sistema
solar.
25Aparatos para pescar.
27Crculo o redondel.
28Rey de Hungra.
30Relativa al atavismo.
31Agarradera.
33poca.
36Rezase.
S7Nombre de mujer.
39 Amarras.
40Canoa mexicana.
41Ocano.
42Letra castellana.
43Hijo de No.
44Yerno de Mahoma.
45Se atreve.
46Cdigo internacional de
peticin de auxilio.
Orleans estuvo inactivo, pero se
pidieron cotizaciones para arroz
de grano pequeo con 25 por
ciento de quiebre desde Ja-
maica.
El Rexoro y Bluebonnet No.
2 continuaba a $11.50, il Nira
a $11.00 y el Zenith a $10:50.
Los residuos y el arroz de cer-
veza a $7.00.
Los precios en Nueva York
son los siguientes: Rexoro,Blue-
bonnet y Nlra a $13.00-13.25;
Fortuna a $12.25-12.50; Zenit &
$11.75-12.00 los granos grandes
de segunda a $9.50-10.00; gra-
nos cortos a $9.00-9 50 y los
residuos y arroz de cerveza a
$8.50-8.75.
Los mercados de arroz des-
cascarado de California perma-
necieron en calma sin cambio
importante alguno en loe pre-
cios.
La presente temporada se ha
i_a principal revioiun o^ *, jua ,it-.>,im- ,, i.)..,........
desarrollo de nuevos "requlsl- distinguido por el aumento de
tos mnimos" para el arroz en i ios envos a los mercados do-
cscara, segn el cual se ca-, mestices. Despus de .ieduclr la
sflcar el arrot en la base de distribucin de arroz desde oc-
la cantidad y calidad de arroz
que puede ser obtenida de una
tubre hasta abril, se calcula que
todava hay una existencia de
cantidad especificada de arros 2,150,000 quintales de erroz des-
en cascara. Las revisiones tam- | cascarado, incluyendo el de se-
bln establecen nuevoa "requl- j Bida clase, y residuos para
sitos mnimos" que reemplaza-
rn los requisitos mnimos que
se encuentran vigentes para el
arroz del Sur y de California.
Otras revisiones incluyen la
eliminacin de un nmero de
clases especiales de arroz en
cascara y una nueva clarifica-
cin y simplificacin de los "re-
quisitos mnimos" para el arroz.
Las coplas de loa "requisitos
distribuirse en mayo, compara-
do con 3,115,000 quintales en el
mismo perodo del ao ante-
rior.
La existencia de arroz des-
cascarado en los molinos du-
rante la primera semana de
mayo fueron menores de la mi-
tad de la del ao anterior, pe-
ro los molinos tienen dos ve-
ces ms arroz en cascara en
David, Mayo 14 de 1951.
Si- Santiago Angulzola,
Director de "Ecos del Valle"
Ciudad
Seor:
En el "Ecos del Valle" en su
entrega 9802 aparecen unas de-
claraciones obtenidas por un
corresponsal del mismo diario y
atribuidaa al Capitn Maitin
onalea, con las c u al e i este
funcionarlo niega haber impe-
dido por ai o por conducto de
sus subalternos, la apertura del
Banco Provincial, el dia 12 de
los corrientes.
Como quiera que el Banco .-
bri a deshoras del dia en esa
fecha; considero que esa Infor-
macin ea perhidical al crdito
ic la Institucin y a mi persoga
en mi condicin de Sub-Geren-
te encargado, si no hago la a-
claracln de rigor en este ca-o
El Viernes 10 de Mayo al a-
personarme Junto* con mis com-
paeros de trabajo al Banco de
Chiriqu con el proposito de
ciarle cuerda al reloj que rige el
funcionamiento de la Caja Fuer
te; dos Agentes de Polica que
guardaban el edificio nos im-
pidieron cumplir dicho cometido
llegando haber recibido rde-
nes de no dejar entrar a Per-
sona alguna. Esta negatiYa no
nos extra, pues sabamos que
se haba declarado da Duelo
Nacional.
Al dia siguiente, esto es el Ss-
ado 12 cuando nos propona-
mos a la hora reglamentarla 1-
ilclar las labores Bancarlas, i-
fcualmente nos encontramos cjn
Idntico impedimento; f de lo
cual pueden darles los emplea-
dos del Banco y algunos paiti-
culares.
En vista de que considera
sin fundamento la actitud de
esos servidores pblicos, acudi
a conferenciar con el Sr. Hora-
co GIT Mndez, para que en su
condicin de Gerente de u,ia
Institucin tambin Bancan?.
intercediera para obtener de a
Polica el Ubre funcionamiento
manifestara al 8r. Mndez que
el Cuerpo de Polica en uln-
,n momento habla pretendido
impedir las operaciones del
Banco, este fu abierto luego de
ocurrido dicho incidente.
Sin otro particular.
Mareo A- de Puy
Sub-Gcrente del Banco ds
Chiriqu
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se denuncian en la Provincia de
i Chiriqu debido a descuidos
Es notoria la abundancia de
'moscas y la persistencia de l-
'. lerendas sanitarias, en la enl-
utad en perjuicio de la salud p-
jilea. Hasta nuestra redaccn
;han llegado noticias de un c-
?so de defuncin por Tifo, varias
*;>or Colern Infaltll y hasta se
Va filtrado que hay casos sos-
pechoso de Polio.
Aunque no hay motivo ptra
alarmarse porque son enferme
cades corrientes si lo hay pra
protestar por la demora en :-
rreglr las deficiencias sanitarias
que tantas veces e han apun-
tado aesde estas mismas co-
laina.
Se realizaron actos vandlicos
en la Escuela de Doleguita de
la Provincia de Chiriqu
En una aula de Segundo Ure-
do, de la Escuela de Dolegui'a,
se introdujeron algunas perdo-
nas que se dedicaron a desorde-
nar el saln regando los ar-
chivos de la subdireccln pat
el suelo, daando una mquina
ele escribir y ejecutando otias
tropelas del mismo calibre. *-
bre el pupitre de la nlaesWa
dejaron escrita la leyenda que
eproducimos a continuacin
nasta con sus faltas de ortosa-
fa: "AQUI DORMIMOS POR-
QUE NOS ANDAVAN COJIEN-
DO.PRA.
Por los mapas tendidos en el
suelo, se ve que los tomaron
rara aeostarse sobre ellos y de-
Jaron seales de haber hecho
necesidades menores en el plv
Para entrar tuvieron que for-
zar la puerta y dejaron seales
1e haber tratado de entrar por
la violencia en otros salones.
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
tribuidos a fines de mayo.
Arras en cascara
Prcticamente no hubo acti-
vidad alguna en los mercados
de arroz en cascara durante la
semana, ya que los agriculto-
res estaban ocupados con la
siembra, la cual est a punto
de terminar. Cerca del 90 por
ciento del rea separada para
la siembra de arroz ya ha si-
do sembrado en Texas y Loui-
siana y un 50 por ciento en
Arkansas. En California ya se
haba sembrado un 85 por cien-
to del rea y se espera .que la
siembra est terminada dentro
de unos diez das.
La mayora de la siembra ha
sido un xito en Louisiana, pe-
ro se esperan las lluvias. En
I Arkansas el trabajo en po ha sido demorado por las
lluvias y la humedad del suelo.
En California se ha informado
' que la* reas sembradas sern
iguales o an mayores que el
aumento de 30 por ciento anun-
ciado el lo. de marzo. La es-
casez de agua puede llmltai
la siembra en el Valle de San
Joaqun. En el cinturn arro-
cero del Sur no se reportaron
ventas de artoz en cascara, pe-
ro s lograron colocarse lotes
dispersos de ste.
Arrot descascarado
Los mercados de arroz des-
cascarado continuaron firmes y
el arroa segua movindose ha-
cia los mercados en buen vo-
lumen. Sin embargo, gran par-
te del movimiento del arroz del
Sur se deba a pedidos anterio-
res y los nuevos pedidos fue-
ron relativamente pequeos. Los
precios continuaron sin cam-
bio alguno. En el mercado de
Houston se report una mejora
en los pedidos Interno y de
Cuba.
Los precios continuaron sin
cambiar. El Bluebonnet y Patna
No. 1 estaba cotizado a $11.75 v .
el No. 2 a $11.50. Algunos mo-
linos estaban pidiendo hasta
$12.00 por el quintal de Patna
No. 1. El Zenith No. 2 estaba
cotizado a $10.50, los residuos y
arroz para cerveza a $7.00 el
quintal. El mercado de Nueva
rlor.
Como el
Capitn Goeie^
Festival bailable
de la "HoveciT
ha sido pospuesto
Las entiles Srta. Yolanda de
Len y Anglica Velsquez, dan
:ido escogidas candidates si
'Reinado Interno de la Socie-
dad HOVECU", por el Club J-
venes Unidos y Lelra respecti-
vamente. Estos dos Clubes lor-'
man parte de las dieslsels >(
sociedades y Clubes que fueron
Invitados al Gran Festival Bai-
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El seor Paul Coleman y se-
ora Mary Arosemena de Cole-
man, ofrecieron anoche una co-
mida en su residencia, para a-
gasajar al seor John C. Cal-
houn y seora Berta de la O.
de Calhoun. Un grupo de sus
'amistades fue invitado a eate
agasajo.
Matrimonio Soto Morales-
Franco Morale
Durante una ceremonia pri-
vada, contrajeron esta maane
matrimonio en la Iglesia de
Cristo Rey. la seorita Gloria
Ester Franco, hija del Lie. Joa-
qun Fernando Franco y Sra.
Ana Ester Morales de Franco
(q.e.p.d.) con el caballero Jor-
ge E Soto M., hijo del Me. Jos
Domingo 8oto y Sra Sir.ta M.
de Soto. Apadrinaron la cere-
monia los padres del novio, el
seor Mariano Soto y seora
Graciela P. de Soto, el seor
Manuel Soto, la seorita Ber-
ta Acevedo. el seor Virgilio Ca-
priles y seora Aura M. de Ca-
priles, el seor Joaqun Fernan-
do Franco Jr., hermano de la
novia, quien la conducir al al-
tar, la seora Laura H. viuda
de Morales, el Ing. Victor M
Tej eir y seora Lola M. de
RADIOS
R.CA.
LA POSTAL
Central 8
Tejeira y el Dr. Bolivar Fran-
co y seora. Imparti la ben-
dicin nupcial el Reverendo Pa-
dre Jess Serrano y celebr ln-
mediatanmete la misa de vela-
cin, durante la cual cant el
prolesor Federico Jimeno, a-
compaado al piano por el Prof.
Hans Janowltz. Luci 1* novia
un elegante vestido de sai in
y encajes, trado especialmente
para ella por la Casa Rhoda y
termin su atavio nupcial un
bello breviario de marfi! y un
rosarlo. Regaron flores a su pa-
so las niilas Titiana Lcaiza v
Carmen Cecilia Caples y sos-
tuvieron la cola del vestido
nupcial las nias Marylin y
Marcela Wright Barraza. Porta-
ron los anillos y las arras loa
nios Laurltin Morales y Miguel
Caprlles Jr. Formulamos votos
por la felcldad siempre eter-
na de los contrayentes, y que
Dios derrame sobre ellos sus
mltiples bendiciones.
Dallas por la via area.
Aniversario de matrimonia
Enviamos nuestras congratu-
laciones al Dr. Ricardo Alemn
y seora Edna A. de Alemn,
quienes cumplen hoy cinco a-
os de casados.
De loa EE. IV.
Saludamos cordialmente a la
seora Guillermina Arias de de
la Guardia, quien llego en da.;
pasados de Los Angeles.
Para los Estados Unido
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares, regresa
prximamente a Los Angeles la
seora Anglica Ch. de Patter-
son. La despedimos.
Muy fell?, viaje le deseamos a
la seora Ester A. de Humbert
y a su hija seorita Ester Hum-
bert, quienes siguen hoy hacia
Enfermo
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos al nio Rodrigo Nuez
Amado, quien guarda cama en
el hospital Santo Toms.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Aminta A. de Dall'Orso
Sra. Elida P. de Ros
Srlta. Aura Evelia Jimnez.
Joven Federico Humbert Jr
Nio Flix Estripeaut Navarro
Nio Antonio Ban us Diaz
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Olga A. de Garca de
Paredes
Sra. Thelma M. de Pope
Sra Raquel N. de Filos
Srta. Raquel Legendre
Sr. Roberto Molta
Sr. Frank Hasson
Sr. Roberto Heuriematte
Nia Maria Elena Dawson
Valds
'Nio Diclc Lanzner de Janon
Nia Gisella Fbrega Diaz
Estados
preservar
Unidos
la
Pelcula de gran
inters exhibe
el "Presidente"
Una pelcula documental de
extraordinario inters histrico
y poltico presenta el Teatro
Presidente en sus funciones de
este fin de semana. Ee trata
de "Das de Tragedia" realizada
por el "Noticiero Panam" y
que comprende una estupenda
relacin grfica de los aconte-
cimientos acaecidos la semana
pasada con motivo de la cada
del ex-presidente doctor Arnui-
fo Arias Madrid. Este documen-
tal est siendo visto con gran
inters por el publico que asis-
te al Teatro Presidente
de la novena, ser la consa-
gracin. El domingo se dir una
misa solemne.
Para los Estados Unidos
Parte maana para los Esta-
dos Unidos acompaada de su
encantadora hija, la distinguida
seora doa Esther Azcrraga
de Humbert. Feliz travesa le de-
seamos.
Buffet ... ...............
Para agasajar al Sr. Flix A.
Rodriguez, quien celebra hoy
el mejor de sus das, varios de
; sus amigos le brindaron un
Novena en la Iglesia de San
Francisco, Capital
Se est llevando a efecto to-
U Iglesia de San Francisco. M, agasajo esta noche en su rul-
rZenlc.J. Sa-"tls'ma Trini-1 dencla. Nuestras felicitaciones
dad. Maana sbado, despus por tal motivo.
tratar de
paz mundial
El debate sobre la poltica
de Estados Unidos en Corea
se reduce a esa cuestin
Las investigaciones del Senado se dirigen ahora
hacia la persona del General George Marshall
meta principal de la poltica
e x t e rior norteamericana. la
substitucin de la negociacin
pacifica en lugar de la fuaz<\
cu el aneglo de las disputas u-
tern-cionale*.
Es'a semana seal el sexto
aniversario de la rendicin for-
i
Para conservarse fresca y elegante durante el da
Emplee la Colonia Lolus para el cutis y el cabello,
on el bao y en la ropa. Emplee la a menudo y
la conservar fresca durante todo el dia,
rodendola de una aureola de delicada fragancia.
(oioyne
- (Colonia Loluil
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CON UN PRECIOSO JUEGO
HECHO DE LA AAE JO CAOBA.
POR LOS AAEJOCES EE3ANISTAS
SOLO "X 2 3 ZL5 -oAc.
ALCONTADO-A PLAZOS POR CLUfe
MJIBRIfl
AVE.CENTRALyCALL2JE.1*TELS.'2-1830
r 2-1833
la reina del Mayo.
De violar tratados
con el Estado se
acusa al Vaticano
RELIGIOSAS nam y Cura de la Iglesla de
iHJ'ff,1!1 Cat.llcade Ro Aba-; aDespu!sede las ceremonias en
mi J.^i"1^'."/1 *P, eI Saon baJo construccin ha-
1841 en celebracin del da del, br la coronacin del imagen de
faanHt.TPoat3rQ0,'?.0 San Jf.n Ba,tts- la Santsima Virgen Mara por
ta de La Salle, se verificara des-
de hoy viernes 18 de Mayo una
serle de actividades que se han,
pragramado.
Viernes 18 a las 7.00 p.m
Triduo, habr Rosario. Sermn
y Bendicin por el Revdo. padre
Thomas Mark Byrnes, CM.
quien es Maestro de Religin de
la Escuela de St. Mara, en Bal-
boa, Zona del Canal.
Sbado 19 a las 7.00 pjn. Con-
tlnuacin del Triduo, Sermn1 roma Mavn m tipx u*
DSfn^orrMLr lu J^z^xiTy ras
^uomingo 20 Misa a las 8.30. y pidleron un debate pailamen-
Segundo Misa a las 8.30 a.m.' ;?5 **r t,a entrada de la l-
El coro de Ja Iglesia bajo la di- ?lesla, Catollca *n >* Campaa
recelo de*la Si*. Linda Hule para as Pro*hnas elecciones.
cantar la Solemnsima Misa de E1 daro ata.ue comunista '-
Laurentius Peros!. j Sul a la" declaraciones de tres
A las 3.30 p.m. Saldr de la Cardenales y una Carta Pac-
Iglesia una Procesin por las ; foral dc todas los Obispos de i
Calles principales de Ro Abajo Regin de Emilia, advlrtiendo a
en la cual se destacan dos fio- os catlicos que deben votar
tas decoradas por las Hermanas' S0'0 por los candidatos catlicos
Santa Mara, en Balboa. En una en las elecciones administrati-
ve I 'aryknoll de la Misin de' ^s de 27 de Mayo y 10 de
de las flotas habr una escena de la vida de San Juan Bautista' _
de La Salle. En una nota oficial al Primer
I Ministro Alclde de Oaspeil y
baoado Mayo 28Se efectuar sus ministros, un grupo de d:-
una Feria en el Parque Infantil putados Izquierdistas exigi que
df! .Paar,^ue1..Lef,evre4 a beneficio w les dijera qu medidas adop-
?a Tauiu MaKlnfde,P0/ras de ,aria el Gobierno ante lo que
n...3j^Li?1 .r'a Ue. P?5" eallflcan de violacin dc los iiu-
?uUSd58o , Domingo 27 de Mayo a las
6.30 a.m.la. Comunin, el coro
de la Iglesia Cantar la misa
del "Beato Martin de Porras".
A las 8.30 a.m. Segunda Misa.
A las 8.30 p.m.Ser coloca-
da la primera piedra del Saln
Martin de Porres, por el Reve-
rendo Padre Raymond Machete
CM. Superior de los Padres de
San Vicente en la Repblica.
Har uso de la palabra en In-
gls el Revdo. Padre Kuhn. CM.
de la Iglesia de la Asuncin en
Pedro Miguel, y en Castellano
e Rvdo. Padre Toms Clavel,
Secretarlo del Arzobispo de Pa-
El debate sobre la politk-
ltanidense en el Extremo
r.ente se ha reducido a la cue
tin fundamental de preserv
.a paz mundial por medio de i;
seguridad colectiva.
Esta -semana la atencin na-
cional, qu se ha enfocado so-
bre la investigacin que est
haciendo el senado de la direc-
cin de la guerra coreana, vi-
r la persona del general Mac-
Arthur, depueto esomandante
del Extremo Oriente, al Secre-
tarlo de Defensa Marshall, vo-
cero principal, del gobierno.
Marshall dijo a los comits dc
i elaciones exteriores y de ser-
vicios armados del senado. i,ue
estn dirigiendo conjuntamente
a Investigacin que la opocUir.
a las propuestas de MacArUar
para la intensificacin de la ac-
cin en Corea se basaba en las
complicaciones mundiales c't
conflicto.
En sus esfuerzos para limitar
las ioitilidads en Corea, dijo
el Secretarlo de Defensa. Esta-
dos Unidos est desarrollando
un programa de largo alcar.ee
para contener la agresin co-
munista, tratando al mismo
tiempo de evitar una guerra to-
tal fortaleciendo las defensi-.s
el mundo libre para una paz
durable-
Seal el general Marshal:
que en estos ltimos cinco aos
ti programa ha ayudado a le-
chazar las amenazas comumr-
las en Irn. Turqua Greda,
Trlestrc, Berlin e Indochina.
Marshall recalc, sin embar-
co, que en la realizacin de c..-
te plan "estamos unidos a la
gran mayora de nuestros com-
paeros en las Naciones Unidas'.
Este nfasis en el aspecto
global del problema, y la ub-
ervacln de que en Corea los
Lstadoa Unidos no estn obran-
do solos sino como nacin
miembro de un equipo de las
Naciones Unidas, constituy el
tema entral de un discurso q.'e
pronunci esta semana el Pie-
sldente Truman.
Al defender el actual curso de
accin de este pas en Corea,
rechazando las medidas pro-
puestas que, segn l "genera-
lizaran la guerra en el Extre-
mo Oriente'" y haran mayor la
amenaza a la paz mundial, el
seor Truman dijo:
uropa y el futuro del Tratado
el Atlntico Norte, y la segu.l-
ad de los pueblos Ubres de a-
uellas y otras reglones del nun
o. Es esta una decisin que a-
jeta el futuro de las Naciones
unidas y el futuro de todo el
mundo".
El Presidente indic que la
runsideracin predominante en
sus esfuerzos por evitar la ex-
tensin del rea del conflicto e-
ta la actitud de los aliados de
os Estados Unidos yt el peligro
ce desirur todo el edificio de
ia seguridad colectiva que en-
tre este pas est tratando Ce
construir. -
"El camino de la seguridad
colectiva es nuestra nica de-
cnsa segura contra los peligros
que nos amenazan", dijo Mr.
ruman. "Adems, es el cam.-.n
a paz en Corea, la paz en el
mundo".
Truman subray repetidas
voces la importancia de las Na-
o-iones Unidas al reafirmar su
u en la capacidad del mun-ln
libre para ganar la lucha por la
i.oertad sin recurrir a la guerra
total.
"Las Naciones Unidas", dije
"es el mejor medio que tenemos
para decidir sobre lo recto y lo
malo entre las naciones. Es un
jran ensayo para hacer efecti-
vo el juicio moral del gnero
humano en los asuntos inter-
nacionales- Nada hay ms im-
prtame en este esfuerzo ael
hombre para derrotar la brba-
ra doctrina de que la fuerza va-
te ms que el derecho".
A ptsar de las diferencias so-
bre la poltica en el Extremo
Oriente, la f que tiene el Pie-
iaenle de que no es Inevitable
otra guerra global es comparti-
da por el general MacArthur.
En las declaraciones que hl.c
en la 3a!a de audiencias del se-
nado, el General dedic una
ran parte de su tiempo a ex-
presar su aversin a la guerra
y su conviccin da que el temor
a las Inevitables conescuencios
iesastrosas, tanto para el ven-
cedor como, para el vencido, o-
bligaran a la humanizar a a-
.anzar hacia la paz permanente
MacArthur bas su optimis-
mo en la creencia de que 'a
trart masa del mundo, inciuso
ias masas rusas, a quienes la
n.nl ac los ejrcitos nazis cu
Berlin, el 8 de mayo de 1915.
Menos de dos semanas ante, el
'o de abril, se haba reunido
Jan Francisco la confers
mundial destinada a redacts-'I '*(
in Carta dlas Naciones UniUis.j :
No st han realizado an ir.iiS
esperanzas de aquellos das
una nueva era de cooperac:
internacional. Pero en su UI
curso del lunes el Presidente
dej lugar a dudas de que E.s-f*
tados Unidos est hoy. coco
entonces, firmemente compre
metido en la obra de crear un ,
orden mundial basado en ia ley fl
y la Justicia.
' !
r... : 7J --.-- ,., masas rusas, a quienes la
No se trata de un asunto que guerra moderna col0car en el
pueda decidirse a la lu de los
acontecimientos en Corea sola-
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Extremo Oriente. No es un a-
sunto local. No afecta nica-
mente al Extremo Oriente No
es un asunto local. Afecta a C^>-
rea y al Japn, y la seguridad
de nuestras tropas en aquellos
lugares. Pero tambin afecta a
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cio dominicos. Dirijas, ol Saln
d. Bel ero Merl. Colle Estudian-
te y Domingo Diaz.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Carro Chevrolet 1950
cuatro puertos, nuevo, con llantas
de repuesto, no fue ganado en la
rifa del Club de Leones de la
Chorrera. 200 millas recorridos.
Informes en lo estacin Lorri-
nago en lo Chorrera, B. 1,500
cash.
S VENDE:Lincoln 40. Sof-cama, i
^juego comedor, como doble, cuno. I SE VENDE:-Oldsmobile 41 Sedan
cmodo, refrigeradora 25 icio. 4 puertas..JM5p.00.JMj**;J la
Calle 8o., Nuevo Crlitobal, 105-
_!?
Qr fm nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, pego de todo contra to-
,'do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
"N., S. A. Fabrico d. Mosoico.
IjAve. Cubo No. 8.________
H VENDE: Hamaca ecuatoriano
Jde pojo. Almacn Eugenio Chan.
iColle
13 Este.
(I Canal de Panam olicita propos-
itas para el suministro de 928.0
I pies cuadrados de madero tercia-
!do tropicol. de 1/4" a 3/4" de
"I gruesa, bajo propuetta sellados
para obrirse el 29 de mayo de
71951. Se puede obtener el for-
Htwicrio No. 395 del despacho del
Superintendente de Almacenes en
Si VEND:Lavodora Bendix 60 ci-
ados, cmoda chino de govetos.
jocordln 120 bajos, artculos de
1 casa, Curund Heights 518-A.
Avenido "B" No. 70-A. bo|o.
SF VENDE:Por B.2,000 00 con fa-
cilidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos
puertas, con llantas blancas, cut
bre asientos / con 7,300 millos re-
corridos. Infrmese en lo Ci. Ge-
neral da Seguro, S. A. de 8:00
o. m. o I :00 p. m. 2-2040.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen
te. Imprescindible que duerma en
cow. Avenida lo. (Carrasquilla)
No. 55. entrada del Teatro Edn.
Va Belisario Porra.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mexico final y calle 43
Este, Home 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Central 279. Tel. i-
0140.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento moder-
no. Calla 47 No. 3. tale, comedor.
2 recmaras, cuarto, tervicio, ga-
rage, etc. Til. 3-3338.
SF ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
fto, cocino, tre cuartos, lervicioi
independientes. B.35.00. Avenida
5a. No. 10, eiquina Carretera Pa-
nam Viejo, informes Ave. A No.
IR,_____________________________
SB ALQUILAN:Apartomentos mo-
dernos de doi recmoras, ale-
comedor, precio B.65.00 y $60.-
00. Informe Calle 25 y Avenida
Cuba No. 15, Apto. 13. Horas de
oficina.
SE ALQUILA:Fresco opartomento
de dos recamaros. Sala, comedor,
cuarto empleada. Calle 40 E No.
13 cerco Colegio Mora Inmacu-
lada. Llame Tel. 3-2087.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de doi
recamaros, solo-comedor y cocino
en calle 43 cosa 43. Llame Tel.
2-2833. Panem.
SE NECESITA;Empleado para tra-
bajo cata. Tel. 84-2191 Fort
Kobbe.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro li-
vor y planchar. Ocurra a calle 30
Este y Avenida Cuba No. 13, ol-
ios.
SE NECESITA: Empleada compe-
tent* poro oficios domsticos, de-
be dormir en coso. Buen sueldo.
Calle 15. Paitillo No. 112.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora tra-
bajo domstico, debe dormir en
cosa. Colle Estudiante No. 77
Apto. 1Q.
SE VENDE Garro Lincoln 1941, 4
puertas, buenas condiciones, B.
23,0,00. camioneta Ford. 1 ton. 14
pasajeros, B.350.00. Ocurra a ca-
lle 22 Oejte coso 5 apartamento
4.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
*

si ALQUILA: Completamente
amoblodo con atencin del cieo.
Paro hombre solo. Calle Colombio
"No, 8. apartamento 5. __
ALQUILA:Cuarto ndependien-
con servicio y entrada mdepen-
dienie. Con o sin muebles. Via
Espaa No. 6 Apto.3 K. De 12 o
1:30 p. m.
Al
ir ALQUILA:Cuarto en entrada
.'independiente 0 dama o cobolle*
ro solo. Poro Informes lime ol 2-
;3852.___________________________
JF ALQUILAN:Dos cuortos cerca
^Catedral para caballeros soloi. Lla-
imor despul de li 6 p. m. ol 2-
0084.
Ms de un
SE VENDE:Codilloc 61. 1950, se-
dan 4 puertas, Montas blancas.
Hydromtico. radio, nada ms
3.280 millas, perfectas cendicio-
net. B.3.400, escribo opartodo
101. Rodman, Zono del Canil.
Tel. 25-3282.
SE VENCE Camioneta 1942 Olds-
mobile. $225.00. 518-A, Curun-
d Hgts.
SE VENCE: "Dodge Wayfarer
1950. Dueo original. Impuesto
pagado. como nuevo, B.2,000,
averigese en SAS. ^^^
SE NECESITA
General
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rio. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual gorontizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bozor Americano. Central
No. 25. Ponomi. .
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento recin
pintod en calle lo. No. 9, por
solo B.60.0O. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento. sola,
cernedor, recmara y goroge. Calle
46 o. 27. Infrmese lo mismo
caso, aportomento 8.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento cmodo
da dos recmoras, sala, comedor,
cocina. Llame 2-3519 o Taller
Mognolia, Colla Mariano Arse-
mana No. 29.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILAN:Un precioso aporto-
mento de 3 recamaros. Calle 40
No. 28. Informes. Tel. 2-2252,
Dr. Morles.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo pora ser-
vicio. Debe dormir en el trabajo.
Avenida Monuel Ycaza No. 18,
Urbanizacin Campo Alegre.
S ALQUILA
Locales
E ALQUILAN:Inclusivamente ga-
ra oficinas locales cntricos an to
alto* de Avenido Central 44 o
ractot mdico. Soliciten infor-
macin art Almacene 5 10 cen-
tavos.
I ocoles comercile en Mariano Aro
semana v Super Mercaoo Colldo-
nio; tambin en Rio Abo|o.
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. da Boutaud
Tel. 3-0338.____________________
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficino.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE COMPRA
SE ALQUILA
Casa*
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completamente omoblodoV en lote
de 1.600 metros, alrededor de 1,
000 metro de cipecf y ardin. 3
recmoras con dos baos, 2 ho-
bitacione para el lervicio, con su
correipondiente b a fl 6; cocina
grande, desoyunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
do terraza, fuooo entre Poililla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
le por un ono o m tiempo y es-
tar listo el lo. de Junio. Tel, 3-
0255.
COMPRAMOS maz amarillo a B.4.-
00 qq. El Molino Criollo. ,F.-iom
tiritando. Para eso estamos a-
qbi". Los comunistas lograron
abrirse paso por entre el cam-
p de minas sobre los cidve-
rsa de sus propio compaeros.
la linea aliada se-estreme -
ca con el furor de la batalla
al travs de la Peninsula de
Crea, registrndose los princi-
pales combates en los frentes
jentral v oriental.
Xa TRt cruenta bataila se li-
br al Norte de Hangve cer-
ca de un bloque en el camino
da Hyonni Hongchon. Los co-
iminlstas mantenan el camino
bloqueado, atacando a las li-
neas aliadas.
as tropas rojas que estaban
ejjejzando la represa de Pukhan
Sur de Changgong. fueron
muertas por centenar"* por la
artillera aliada. Sin embargo,
1 continuo e intenso bombar-
deo no ha podido detener el
continuo avance de los rojos.
SE NECESITA:Cortador de hierba
usado, en buena condicione. Te-
lfono 3-1582,____________
SE NECESITA:Muchocho 12 o 14
oos, Feril, Avenida "8" ol lado
entrado corros Bazor Francs.
SE NECESITA: Pantaloneros, sa-
queros y costureros. Tel. 84-2191.
SE NECESITA:Chalet dos o tres
recmaras en Bella Vlita. Tel. 84-
2191. Fort Kobbe.
II COMPRA >SIIO FRITO: (De-
rretido* de primera calidad a
B/.0.16 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudad
de Panom. Se advierte que se re-
chazar todo sebo de procedencia
extranjera o todo sebo nocional que
hoyo sido mezclodo con sebo ex-
tranjero. CIA. MNAMIKADI
ACEITES. S.A. Corretera del Aero-
puerto. Tal. 3-1371._____________
COMPRA:COPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier contidod o B/.250.00 la to-
neloda de 2.000 libra netos, bien
limpio y eco, puesta v petada en
nuestra planta de la ciudad de Pa-
nam. CA. PANAM1A DI ACU-
T, S.A. Aporrado 1910 Pcnom,
Tel. 3-U71.
SF ALQUILA:Uno cosita. Colla 44
No. 4. Al lado, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin, Move e informes preda.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 3 recmoras.
2 bonos, 2 porche, goroge, un
jardn, Via Porro 81. Razn en
Calle 18 No. 8, Son Francisco.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Cas
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje: Es-
tante de dos cuerpos. Pemodora.
Cama doble. Mesa comedor. Sillas
tapizados. Vitrino licorera. Colle
17 Oeste coso 21, apartamento 15.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora en ex-
celentes condicione, B. 100.00 al
contado. Llame telfono 3-0406.
Edificio Charles (Cata Club de
Leones). Colle Ricardo Arias Apto.
I.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:
En la mejor zona residen-
ts! de Bella Yiata, calles 39
43 dos propiedades. Chalet
MSerno. tres recmaras,
jnplias comodidades, aetuai-
sente desocupada. Caa Se
atro apartamentos o.ae pro-
nce buena renta.
Informe* personales:
Virfilio Prez Balladarea.
farmacia Zona del Canal
Ave. 4 de Julio =3
SE NECESITA:Cajera de buena
presencia con experiencia y refe-
rencias. presentore personalmente
ol Mercodo Modelo, colle 29 Este
y Ave. Justo Arosemena. Intil
presentarse si no llena estos re-
quisitos, ni llame por telfono.
SE NECESITA: Moestr groduada
con experiencia y personolidad pa-
ra escuela privada. Llame 2-
3437______________>____________
Servicio especial
constarn de varias cajas de
madera con capacidad para 150
libros, las cuales aeran colo-
cadas en los "kioskos"' de la
ciudad y en los lugares ms
poblados dc la misma.
Hasta el momento no ae nos
ha explicado el funcionamiento
de dichas bibliotecas, pare te-
nemos entendido que ya todo
ha sido consultado, y sin lugar
a dudas que ste trascendental
paso aer de aran beneficio
para nuestras clases populare
a quienes se lea llevar la cul-
tura a las mismas puertaa d
sus botares.
taramos que el servicio de
bibliotecas ambulantes" aea
una realidad, -a que desda hace
tiempo nue Juventud estu-
dite ha Te o clamando pji
ese til servicio.
SE COMPRA:2 escritorios grandes
de metal, 4 sillos de escritorios,
un archivero de metal, una ca-
ja fuerte lusodoi). Tel. 2-3727
de 12 o 2 p. m.________________
PERDIDO
PERDIDA: Una perra pequea.
Wire Hair Fox Terrier. Bueno re-
compensa. Fovor avisar ol telfono
3-1937.
PERDIDO:Perra Pellefa chocolate,
abre "lutch." moachas '
w el cuera* y mancha blanca en
el peche, Buene gl*MfU* ga Alamar,, Calle 4 1 CalOfabia
No. II.
Presentan
la Corte Suprema) que el Lie.
Juan de Dios Poveda se en-
cuentra detenido a rdenes del
Fiscal Daro Sandoval. Fiscal
Segundo del Circuito que acta
en esta investigacin en cali-
dad de comisionado. El recurso
fue presentado por el Lie. Pedro
o, Bolvar. _______________
i HABANA
NlO
SE VENDEBote-motor, 20 pies,
revisado, equipado para pesca,
nuevas condiciones. sacrificio,
averige Casa 75 2-C, carretero
Balboa.
Brillante defensa
rallo dej al pleito en "el aire".
Despus de Oldel hlao uso dc
la palabra la Encartada de Ne-
oi-ios de Cuba en la Haya, oro.
flora Daz Parrado, quien habl
en nombre de su Gobierno, el
cual fue admitido por el tr.ou-
nal como "parte Interventora".
Lijo que el Gobierno Cuba..u
es de opinin que "el asilo si-
lo puede terminar por: 1) Acto
voluntarlo de la persona asna-
da; 21 su muerte y 3) su paiti-
fia bajo garanta del salvocou-
Sucto"-
SE VENDE:
2 WILLYS STATION
WAGONS,
1947. en perfecta* Condicio-
nes. Buenas Llantas. Precio:
B.900.00 y B. 1000.00.
agencies Nash y Wlly$
TeL I-17H
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR I
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
O*) venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
Panam vot a favor
de Espaa para su
admisin en Ginebra
GINEBRA, Mayo 18 La Cuarta Asamblea Interna-
cional de Salud aprob el Mir-
coles la admisin de Aleivaiiia
Occidental por 53 votos contra
uno de Israel y la abstenci'/ii de
Panama, Venezuela, Noruega y
Filipinas.
Japn fu aceptado por voca-
cin de 64 con abstenciones de
Yugoeslavia, Israel, Filipina, E-
tiopia, Panam y Australia.
Espaa fu aceptada por DO
votos contra uno de Mxico y
,a abstencin d* Italln, Yujoes-
lavla, Uruguay, Israel; Austra-
lia y Etiopa.
Aprobado el embargo
estratgico contra
China y Nor-Corea
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 18
La Asamblea General de las
Naciones Unidas aprob el em-
bargo estratgico de la China
comunista y Corea del Norte
por 47 voto a cero.
El embargo estratgico ya ha-
ba sido aprobado anterior-
mente por la Comisin de San-
clones de laa Naciones Unidas,
pero para poder entrar en vigor
deba ser aprobado por la A-
samblea General de las Nacio-
nes Unidas.
Durante las discusiones en la
i Asamblea General, el delegado
Ruso. Jacob Malik ataco fuer-
temente al Senado de Estados
Unidos y .o acus de estar ayu-
dando a los sectores de agre-
sin norte-americanos a conti-
nuar la guerra en Corea. Entre
otras cosas, Malik dijo que no
participarla tamas en la apro-
bacin de tal medida.
Debido a "ola de iusegiiridad"
declararon cesante en Irn al
Jefe d lu Polica Nacional
Tenemos el surtido mis
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras da Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobrs
mesas, fregadores o canti-
as. CORALITE para para-
das y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0149
< iudad de Panam
ARTCULOS de PLOMERA
Llaves para bao.
Late de paso, de ngu-
lo, chorro, y de man-
guera.
Tubera negra y
galvanlcada.
JUEGOS DE 8ERVICI08
SANITARIOS 'KOHLER'
y 'ELJR' (en colores, y
por piezas en BLANCO).
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 18 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle II Bate #4 Tel. t-zsoo
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
f\ fe AmAc1n^l6CTIjS
Tel. 2-2847
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La ds mayor stock.
SIEMPRE a SUS URUENIS.
Rio Abaje #184Tel. 3-1124
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. t-l75
PINTURA BLANCA Y GRIS
en envases de 5 galones
B 2.50 saln
RICARDO A. MIRO. S. A.
Tel. 2-3335Calle 18 Este #4
"El pueblo
TEHIRAN. Mayo 18 (UP)
El Ministro del Interior General
FazlolUh Zahedl dej cesante :.l
Jefe dfe la Polica Nacional y a-
sumt personalmente la direc-
cin dc la batida contra los e-
lementos sospecahdo de hao-.r
tramado el asesinato del Ptl-
iier Ministro Mohammed Mc-
;.:adegii que llev a la practi-
ca la nacionalizacin de ios y--
omientos petrolferos britAnle ;r.
Fuentes gubernamentales di-
jeron que et Jefe de la Polkia.
Jeneral Abdul Hussein He.j..z'
fu dejado cesante debido a la
actual 'ola de inseguridad"
Segn la Polica Hejazl mis-
mo estuvo a punto de er vic-
tima de un complot criminal
cuando era Gobernador Mllitur
ie Tehern cuando sta captol
as hartaba bajo estado de sitio.
El complot fu frustrado.
Los Informantes aadieron
que el fracaso de Hejazl en sus
cifuerzos por apresar a Navab
Safavi, jefe de la organizacin
luntica Paldayan. contribuy a
su cesanta. Safavi habla ame-
nazado de asesinar a Mossadegh
y otras personalidades en el
.ur.su de una serle de crimcr.es
iniciada con el asesinato del
Primer Ministro All Razmara o-
.urrido el 7 de Marzo.
Mossadegh sigue refugiado en
ci edificio del Parlamento Je- .
tldo a amenazas contra su "-i- oombie del Gobierno de Iran.
'libertad en el mundo" es
el tema dc la Conferencia
Anual sobre la Ciudadana
da El Primer Ministro declarr)
que no abandonar el Pai.r-
uiento hasta que se haya u"'-
mado la nacionalizacin dc la
"Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.", cuyas
concesiones abarcan una super-
hcle de cerca de 260 mil koi-
metros cuadrados en Irn me
ndlonal y deban caducar en
1993.
Las regalias pagadas por la
compaa al Gobierno Iranio el
aflo pasado aumaron a 16 misio-
nes de libras esterlinas.
Por otra pare, al hablar en el
Parlamento, los diputados pre-
vinieron a Gran Bretaa q le
toda tentativa de hacer descen-
der en Irn a tropas paracai-
distas tendra consecuencias te-
Mstrosas.
II diputado del Frente Nacic-
'taliitas en una hogera, los mis-
mos britnicos sarn arrastra'*
sos a osa hoguera y a una ter-
cera guerra mundial. Si cie.n
nue pueden convertir a Irn en
otra Corea, estn equivocados".
Otros legisladores y los peri-
dicos nacionalistas hicieron ad-
vertencias similares. Por otra
Darte la Comsln mixta del
petrleo resolvi reunirse uos
veces por da a partir de a
prxima semana para apresu-
rar la toma de posesin de '.es
yacimientos p e t r o Hf eros en
de la capital y los dy.ns r-
ganos de la prensa de la Re-
pblica, estimulan los senti-
mientos patriticos, que no se
.satisfacen con solo cantar el
Himno Nacional ni con toques
de cornetas y tambores en pla-
zas y calles, sino en trabajar
por el bienestar de ledos los
panameos y extranjeros que
conviven y comparten con nos-
otros Infortunios y alegras. Sov
de los que piensan que la Co-
misin Investigadora del deli-
to cometido por el doctor Ar-
nulfo Arlas y sus cmplice, por
razn de sus funciones, debe
evacuar todas las citas que s-
tos hagan respecto de cuales-
quiera otros, pues la oportuni-
dad de saber quien es quin
en Panam, polticamente ha-
blando, puede ser este proceso
que ae ventila, en la Asamblea
Nacional.
1 sAssVssssl
La precipitacin, la falta de
la necesaria acuciosidad en la
Comisin Investigadora de la
Asamblea, podran redundar en
un proceso inocuo, producien-
do el desaliento en la ciuda-
dana, que no volverla a asu-
mir la enrgica actitud que a-
smi. con prdida de vidas,
an en presencia de una nue-
va dictadura, y ello serla fa-
tal para el afianzamiento d
nuestras Instituciones democr-
ticas y el progreso de la Na-
cin. Seria un funesto prece-
dente mantener en altas posi-
ciones oficiales -a quienes a-
plaudleron gozosos el decreto
que desconoci la vigencia de
la Constitucin. Confiemos en
la Asamblea y en los funcio-
narlos que deben hacer cum-
plir sus fallos.
Boy de Ud. Atto. y S. 8,
Dmaso A. Certera
WASHINGTON, mayo 17.
(USIS). "Libertad en d Mun-
do, Hoy y Maana" es el tema
de la Sexta Conferencia Anual
sobre Ciudadana, en el cual
1200 representantes de 800 or-
ganizaciones de loe Estados U-
nldos oirn lo puntos de vis-
ta de varios distinguidos ame-
ricanos.
El Presidente Truman enca-
beza la lista de personalidades
de la Nacin, quienes hablarn
en las lesiones. La conierencla.
que tiene lugar aqu, durar
hasta el 20 de mayo.
Adems del seor Truman,
hablar W. Avrell H.rrtman.
auxiliar especial del presidente
en asuntos extranjero, y los
senadores Este Kefauver y
Wayne Morse, asi como funclo-
Gioconda Ira. ser
q
narlos de la Asociacin Nacio-
nal de Educacin. El vice-pre-
sident? de los Estados Unidos.
Alben Karklev, es presidente
honorario de la conferencia.
Se espera que el discurso de
Truman abordar los objetivos
generales de la Conferencia, los
cuales son:
1Reexamen de las funciones
y deberes de la ciudadana a-
merlcana en el mundo ce hoy;
2Ayuda al desarrollo dc un,
procedimiento ms dinmico
para hacer ms efectiva la ciu-
dadana;
3Medios y arbitrios por los
cuales varias organizaciones
pueden contribuir de manera
concreta al desarrollo de una
ciudadana ms activa,: Alerta,
consciente y progresista en los
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sania, Alfonso Maldonade, Jackie Balgeltnan y Luis H. Moreno Sr.
Minutos ms tarde la corte recibir la risita de Bexie Rodrigues,
Reina de Azuero. Martha Spadafora del Reinado Tipleo Nacional,
Olga Barraza, Reina del Club de Leones, Misa Quintero, sobera-
na de la Caa de Azear de Pes, Josefa Black, princesa del Ma-
gisterio Unido e Ins Lowe, princesa de la Colonia China.
Gioconda I ser eoronada por Su Excelencia el Ministro d
Agricultura v Comercio, Ing. Don David Samadlo, funcionario
que adems de aceptar esta gentil misin ha ofrecido todo su
apoyo al xito de la Feria de Coln. A las dies de la noche del
mismo sbado tendr lugar en el Club de Extranjeros el regio
baile de gala en honor tie Gioconda I y su Corte en el cual so
ofrecern muchas sorpresas a los asistentes.
Los boletos de la coronacin estn a la venta al precio da
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VIRRNES, MATO II, 19S1
it PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INVEPENIIIRNTB
PAGINA Sim
v.
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BERTONUN1
AparuSo 4M Apartado 1*M
-'. i -- -- -'
Felicitacin a Graciela Adames ae Joly.
En el da de ayer se vl muy, Con tal motivo le extondemos
felicitada con motivo de cele-;un cordial taludo por este me-
brar us natales la seora do- dio.
a Ligia Villalaz de Pretto.
Aniversario de matrimonio
En esta fecha celebran un
ao ms de unin matrimonia.
los Jvenes esposos seor dol
Osvaldo Ouaragna y seora do-
a Myrta Reyna de* Ouaragna
Hasta Miami, Florida, en don-
de residen les hacemos llegar
nuestras felicitaciones con tal
notivo.
De Buenos Airea
Se encuentra de nuevo entre
nosotros despus de haber es-
tado ausente por varios aos
el joven Guillermo M. Ouajar-
do. Para l nuestro saludo de
bienvenida.
Cumpleaos de maftana
Celebra maana sbado un
1A0 ms de vida la seora do-
Agradecimiento
Las Hermanas de la Caridad
se complacen en manifestar por
este medio su agradecimiento
al seor Alcalde del Distrito,
don Jos D. Bazn, al Mayor
Pastor Ramos, jefe de la Se-
gunda Seccin de Polica, ul
Comandante seor don Luis A
Ducruet, a los diarlos EL PA-
NAMA AMERICA y "Lo Estre-
lla de Panam", las radiodifu-
soras, la Cervecera Nacional,
la Coca Cola Bottling Co., don
Antonio Tagarpulos, a las da-
mas de la Caridad, casas co-
merciales y dems personas que
con su valiosa cooperacin con-
tribuyeron al mayor xito de
la feria recin celebrada a be-
neficio del Orfelinato de San
Vicente de Pal.
iAH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para U<. tambin!
, Deliciosas y fortifkantti
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MtNUTOS
Estampas de la Calle
ror U doctora Concha Pefta
En los soportales terminales
de Calldonla, centro o'e aglo-
meracin urbana durante las
horas del atardecer, una mu-
jer esculida, rodeada Ue cua-
tro chiquillos venda neines, a-
gujas, cintas y otras baratijas.
El nio ms chiquitn ju-
gaba en una caja de cartn.
Los otros, sentados en el suelo,
terminaban de comer un man-
go. Sus caritas estaban emba-
rradas del dulzn jugo amari-
llento.
La vendedora recostada en un
pilar voceaba dbilmente.
'Peinillas baratas... tres
por dies centavos... Agujas pa-
ra coser... doce por un real..."
Bu gesto era cansado y tris-
te La voz, s quebraba a ve-
ces como un lamento
Agujas por favor, la ped.
Be dispona a despacharme,
cuando otra mujer se nos a-
cerca con gesto autoritario.
No le compre nada se-
ora, es una mala patriota;
su hombre esta preso por mal-
tratar al pueblo. Son de! PRA.
La acusada me mir triste-
mente.
Yo la rotu; "Por favor a-
presrese".
La vendedora envolva la mcr-
*!
BAJO 12 BANDERAS.Este nuevo retrato del General Eisen-
hower (ue tomado cuando instal el Cuartel Supremo del
Pacto del Atlntico del Norte en Paris. Ante l estn las ban-
deras de las 12 naciones a las cuales sirve el General.
En iodo el mundo lo* niflos prefieren las
Hojutlts d Avena 3-Minutos. Yes asom-
broso let mucho que a ello les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego sirvas* nsiul tambin un plato
de tsn alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno qu* son e*u* suculenta* hojuela*
de avena, madurada* si sol y de ricobor
nuc, qu* tanto estimulan el apetito.
Siria usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuda* de Avena 3-Minuto*
el manjar umversalmente preferido
pan el desayuno.'
tac*"-
C^^otca^wtW/cB
<&

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la uso para limpiar al cutis, como
baca da polvos y para suavizar las manos
Gradas a su fluidez, le Crema HINDS de Miel
J Almendras limpia ms y suaviza "r
Es apu para el cuidado total del cutis, sea de la cara,
las manos o el cuerpo, y sirve como excelente base
de polvos. Se recomienda usarla desde
jovencita porque es el mis
fiel aliado de la
belleza a travs
del tiempo.
^Cierna,
eTttteg
HINDS
ferOMi-/*/*, Con lantlina
Se forma Comit de
lucha contra la
caresta de la vida
El domingo prximo pasado
un grupo numeroso de elemen-
tos populares se reunieron en
los salones de la Federacin Sin-
dical de trabajadores de Pana-
m para formar un Comit de
Lucha contra la Caresta de la
Vida y el Desempleo. Este Co-
mit qued bajo la jefatura del
seor Humberto Rlcord.
El propsito de este comit
es el de exigir, a travs de una
movilizacin popular, la rebaja)
del arroz, de la carne, del axear Se* Vi bao* con roa*7 sTU.
de la leche en polvo, de la SSSfHt ",m ,'u"ci< como aA ara.
mantenca y del caf. As mismo ^S^^^S/^
se exigir que se restaure la [ **>* piden anc*rt.',i tnllV!vlttXl
Junta de inquilinato y se rebaje
los alquileres de las Casas del
aeguro Social y del BUR., qu
el Gobierno absorba la mano de
obra desocupada y se establez-
ca por toda la ciudad restau-
rantes populares que vendan co-
mida barata. Este Comit apo-
yar al comit Pro-Rebaja de
la Energa-Elctrica, para que la
Fuerza y La suprima y devuel-
ta los depsitos de medidores y
que todos los conflictos de los
consumidores y la empresa sean
ventilados en las corregldurlas
y no lo haga directamente ella
BUENO
DICHOSA
conKDtYNOS
canda y yo iba a. entregarle los
centavos, cuando sin saber por
donde, aparecieron varias mu-
jeres y muchachos qu; nos ro-
dearon.
"Ya te hemos dicho que no
te queremos aqui, lrgate con
tu gente y vndeles 'as agujas
para coser los estandartes des-
garrados"...
La que ahora hablaba, eru
una mujerona fornida, vesta
con ms elegancia qu sus co-
rladores. En las manos llevaba
'billetes de lotera para <-ender.
El coro formado seguia di-
ciendo:
No le compre seora, no
le compre"...
L vendedora se levant de
su pequeo taburete sostenido
por el pilar, y tomando de la
mano a los nios y arrastran-
do con una cuerda la caja n
Sue Jugaba el ms pequeo ,
onde haba depositado su es-
casa mercadera, se narch con
precipitacin hacia la calle
donde ce asienta un mercadito.
Todo habla sucedido rpida-
mente.
Favorece a Tit
senador tendra que luchai
i.i coiura un ambiente realm li-
ta hostil. En cambio, cerno _-t
ha indicado, Chicago es una tie
sus plenas fuertes, y la ayu's
del Chicago Tribune tiene u;;
importancia que nadie pretende
negar.
Asi r,ues, en muchos olMiJot
Je la c.tpltal se da ya por Uis
contado que Taft ser el can-
didato presidencial publicare
o que por lo menos, es "Si on-,
we que habr que vencer" si
los republicanos del este y vi
-este desean poner la banders
del partido en otras manos
Los congregados hablan au-
mentado. Los comenta i los tam-
bin.
La billetera muy excliada de-
ca:
"Es la tercera vez que te-
nemos que echarla. Aqui no
queremos los que van contra
l pueblo..."
Pude salir del gruoo jara ver
a la mujer angustiada brvar
otro refugio, cargada de hijos
v dolores.
CANAS
Ti Basis* e* este romele taeere. ia.il t
karata: Un ca*rt* Uta* d asiia, una eu-
iharada de ilicintu. S euakarada do B4
Rum (o asua do Colonia) uno eajita oo
Coaasusato do Bsrfco. Ca setos >p-
reSiento on la ketiea, meselalos an **
tetalla 7 seles ana teir sua canas "
*dn Isa ledleaeloiiee o* i -al dol Com-
puesto Se Barbo.
Lacrimo COMPLETA?
Suaves como
la seda
La Crema Dental Kolynos da
brillo a los dientes haciendo
encantadora su sonra! Kolynos
elimina loa cidos que provocan
laa carlea. Kolynos destruye las
bacterias que producen los cidos.
Xa hay nada mejor one Kolynot
para combatir la eariei denial!
Compre hoy mismo Kolynos y
... |selo todos loe das! a-aSM
|>Wj\/aJ/\c Atici l tsriK
|kULTnV/e> Sabemiler
Rimiims
Bazar Paris
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PAGINA I
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, MATO 1*. INI
Kid Gaviln y Johnny Bratton Pelean
Esta Noche Por El Campeonato Welter
El cubano es
favorito para
imponerse
El ganador se medir con
Billy Graham en el
mes de Julio
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 18
El cnbano Kl AVILAN es
favorito por dos a uno para ven
cer esta noche en la pelea que
a quince asaltos celebrara en el
Madison Square Garden contra
el campen peso welter, Johnny
bratton.
An cuando Bratton es reco-
nociuo campen por la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Boxeo pero no
por la Comisin Atletica del Es-
tado de Nueva Vork bajo cuyo
auspicios se efecta el encuen-
tro, en esta pelea se d el caso
poco corriente de que las opues-
tas estn a favor del retador.
Se confia en la astucia, rapi-
dez y tremendo aguante de Ga-
vil-.ii que nunca ha sido noquea-
do y solo una ves derribado en
us 87 encuentros profesionales
cuando el campen liviano Ike
Williams logr tal en la primera
de sus tres peleas. An cuando
Bratton posee una pegada sli-
da no se le considera capaz de
pegar tan fuerte como Ray Ro-
binson campen mundial de los
pesos medios. Al terminar su
pelea en Filadelfia en que ven-
ci por decisin a Gaviln, Ro-
binson declar "pegue a Gaviln
en la quijada ms duro que a
ningn hombre en mi vida y no
pas nada".
El vencedor deber enfrentar-
se por el titulo a Billy Graham
en Julio segn disposicin de
la Comisin de Nueva Vork.
Atractivas actividades deportivas se
desarrollarn durante la Feria de Coln
Atractivas y variadas activida-
des se desarrollarn durante la
Feria Agropecuaria de Coln y
en el Programa de dicha Feria
se encuentran las siguientes:
DA 21LUNES
9 a.m.Competencia de Atle-
tismo Femenino y Masculino en
el Estadio.
4 p.m.Partido de Softball
Femenino entre los equipos Car
melltas vs Silver City, en el Es-
tadio.
DA 23MIRCOLES
4 p.m.En el campo de jue-
gos de la Polica se enfrentan
los equipos de Softball mascu-
lino de los profesores del colegio
Abel Bravo y el de Asociacin
de Locutores y Redactores De-
portivos.
7 p.m.Partidos de Basket-
ball entre la Escuela Repblica
de Bolivia y Colegio Abel Bravo
y el 2o. entre Dep. Mauricio de
Panam v Casa Mike de coln;
estos juegos se efectuarn en el
Gimnasio del Colegio Abel Bra-
vo
DA 25VIERNES
8 p.m.En el campo de la Fe-
ria, se miden la figuras mas des-
tacadas de nuestro Boxeo Afi-
cionado, tanto de la Ciudad de
Coln como de Panam.
DA 27DOMINGO
4 p.m.Carreras en bicicletas,
auspiciado por la Ca. Paname-
a de Alimentacin (Nestl i en
disputa de Premio otorgados por
la misma empresa.
Conrado Marrero Lo^r Ayer
Su Quinto Triunfo Al Vencer
Los Senadores a Los Tigres
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
El baloncesto de
Coln atraviesa
aguda crisis
COLON, Mayo 18 (Por Nando
Quintero)A pesar de que se
Silo por todos los medios posi-
les, inclusive la radio, no fu
Cosible celebrar la sesin de la
iga de Baloncesto.

SeRn nos Inform ej Secreta-
rio de la Liga actual, solo dos
t los miembros tuvieron la Vo-
intad de acudir a la sesin que
e habia. acordado con el fin de
.cerrar inscripciones y ver la for-
ma de organizar los torneos pa-
fa fe! presente ao y ellos fueron
1 Secretarlo JasDer Carter y el
Fiscal Dr. Rubn Marchosky,
los dems brillaron por su au-
sencia.
Se nos agreg que hasta aho-
ra hay nueve equipos de la ca-
tegora menor registrados, dos
de la rama femenina y uno solo
de la categora mavor masculi-
na, pero se hizo saber que se
esta luchando por llevar a cabo
. de todas maneras la temporada
7 que los equipos deben regis-
trarse cuanto antes para proce-
der al nombramiento de la nue-
v.a directiva, y entablar la lu-
cha por el resurgimiento del ba-
loncesto local, lo mismo que ini-
ciar una campaa en el sentido
eje recuperar loa jugadores que
se hayan registrados en la Liga
de Panam y que pertenecen a
asta seccin del pas.
Parecer que en Coln la Liga
I la hacen cuatro canasteros, ya
, que dicen que no habr prime- :
: ra categora del basketball mas- ,
I culina porque la Liga de Pana- !
1 ma tiene acaparado los Jugado-
res de la Costa Atlntica. De
: los equipos Inscritos solo hay
dos que tienen Jugadores de Co-
ln, el Lord Chesterifeld a Wi-
lliams y Tom y el Bam a Eche- ,
verra y Cells. Componen estos
cuatro seores la Liga?...Que
se aclare bien esto. El ao pasa-
; do existi la Liga de Coln y
aqui en Panama Jugaron Tom,
Cells, Echeverra, Magdaleno
Alleyne y Hooper.. y porque es-
ta razn de querer culpar a la
Liga Provincial de Basketball
de Panam de la falta de enten-
l dimiento, capacidad u otro mo-
tivo el de que no pueda cele-
i brarse campeonato de basket-
I ball de Coln. La Liga de la ca-
> pltal no puede ir a inscribir a
los jugadores de Coln, no pue-
1 de obligarlos a jugar en aquel
| lugar, si ellos vienen a jugar
a Panam, motivos tendrn pa-
ra ello.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hiplco para maana sbado:
loGOLDEN PATRICIA te) aun
que gana cualquiera la entrada
es superior.. .Golden Babe.. por
; qlase llega aqui; 2cCONDE...
por su anterior.. .Cosa Linda...
es de clase; 3oDOMINO. ..a
: pesar de sus malamaas gana-
!r...Opex es muy errtico;
4oRIO MAR... la anterior la:
gan al galope.. .Caaveral...
enemigo de cuidado; 5oLITUA i
; NA (ei debe imponerse aqu I
Riding East.. .enemigo de nues-
tra escogencla; 6oSALCEDO..
1 por Jinete ganar.. .Llghnlng...
peligroso este anlmalito; 7a
: FULL...usted vio el clsico la
semana pasada .. .Plvorazo...
ni polvo levantar; 8o ANTE-
CEDE ..ahora no ceder...
I Manhattan... puede sorprender
I al nuestro; 9oIN TIME, .aho-
ra tiene a Bolvar que era lo que
le faltaba... Navajo Trail...
I place v nada ms de all; 10o
SAND WOOD, los mangos si-
guen bajitos para ste.. .Scotch
Chum wood quizas; lioPAJARITO...
aqu esta nuestra rarta. .Caci-
que... el jinete le quita la ma-
yor opcin.
Servicio de la Prensa mida
Fran Hiller de los Cachorros;
domin a todos los abteadores
del Brooklyn con excepcin de
Jackie Robinson, para ganar por
anotacin de 7 carreras a O con
la ayuda bsica de Hank Sauer
que con un doble y un jonrn
empuj cuatro carreras. La vic-
toria qued sellada en la prime-
ra entrada por un jonron de
Ransom Jackson. Bauer ionro-
ne en la quinta entrada con
dos en bases. Robinson bateo
tres sencillos y un doble en cua-
tro veces al bate.
A pesar de un ataque a lti-
ma hora de los Bravos los Ro-
jos lograron el trlunio por 6 a
5. Tres sencillos produjeron una
carrera en la octava entrada y
a continuacin Sid Gordon dio
un Jonrn que limpi las bases
llevando a la goma a dos corre-
dores embasados.
Johnny Wyrostek de los Ro-
jos dio un doble con las bases
llenas en la tercera entrada
empujando a todo el mundo a
la goma. En la quinta entrada
con dos en bases su compaero
Connie Ryan dl un jonrn.
Ralph Kiner empuj cinco
carreras con un jonrn y un
doble y los Piratas venvieron a
los Gigantes por 12 a 7 que
comenzaron anotando cuatro
veces en las primeras dos entra-
das y mu tarde en la sexta em-
pataron despus de que los Pi-
ratas haban anotado cinco ve-
ces en la tercera. En su turno
al bate los los Piratas anotaron
cuatro veces decidiendo el desa-
fio al que agregaron otras tres
carreras entre la sptima y la
octava entradas.
En la Liga Americana
Sencillo de Joe Dimaggio con
Bobby Brown en la segunda en
la primera mitad dio a los Yan-
quis la victoria por i a o sobrt
los Indios a los que ha derrota-
do cuatro veces seguidas. Hasta
la octava entrada Earl Wynn
no permiti ms que un senci-
llo aparte de los dos bateados
cu la primera entrada por
Biown y Eimagglo. En dicha en-
trada lo sustituy Dale Mitchell
al bate con Sam Chapman en la
tercera y Blrdie Tebbetts en la
primera. Mitchell -dio un batazo
corto al jardn izquierdo y Han
Bauer despus de atraparlo a
todo correr dobl a Chapman
sobre la goma evitando el em-
pate.
El lanzador cubano Conrado
Marrero logr su quinto triunfo
consecutivo sin haber sufrido de
nota al vencer los Senadores a
los Tigres por 11 a 6, detenien-
do as la racha de cuatro derro-
tas consecutivas sufridas por los
Senadores. Sam Male fu el
ms destacado en el ataque de
los Senadores contra cinco lan-
zadores contrarios al batear dos
triples, dos sencillos en cinco
veces al bate. Fermn Guerra
detrs de la goma form la ba-
tera con Marrero que an
cuando consinti 18 incogibles
logr capear los momentos di-
fciles.
Los Cardenales de San Luis
batieron a los Philles por 2 a 1.
Mientras que en la Liga Ame-
ricana los Medias Blancas ven-
cieron a los Carmelitas por 7
carreras a 6 alentados por el
sptimo Jonrn de Gus Zernlal
oara empatar el record de siete
jonrones en cuatro juegos con-
secutivos, impuestos por Tony
Lazzerls hace quince aos.
Pugilistas De Panam Se Presentan
Hoy En Los Tinglados Colombianos
Son ellos Tito
Despalgne, Baby
Allen y Chocolate
CARTAGENA, Mayo 18 ((Es-
pecial i Hoy en la noche co-
mienza en esta ciudad la tem-
porada de boxeo, con la presen- i
tacln de destacadas figuras del
pugilismo Internacional, bajo el
Eromotaje de la empresa de Ro-
srto Kupfer y Carlos Rotgers.
En esta ciudad se presentar
el magnifico peleador panameo ,
Tito Despalgne al pgil colom-
biano Eudlclo Ramrez en una,
pelea pactada a diez asaltos y
la cual ha despertado gran en-
tusiasmo entre los aficionados
al pugilismo.

En otro de los encuentros de j
esta fecha pelea el panameo
Baby Allen contra Dinamo Co-
lombo.
Mientras tanto en la ciudad
de Barranqullla se presentar el
panameo Chocolate II contra
el colombiano Baby Garca a un
limite de 10 asaltos.
Esta pelea tambin ha sido
recibida con gran beneplcito
por los aficionados barranqui-
lleros, ya que se espera que el
local Garcia, rinda una de sus i
mejores presentaciones en los i
tinglados colombianos.
CITACIONES
COMISIN DE CICLISMO
Pide a todos los comisionados
y directores de clubes la asisten-
cia a la Importante reunin de
esta tarde a las S y 30 en la Ofi-
cina de la Administracin del
Estadio para tratar y resolver
varios asuntos pendientes.
LOS JINETES AGUIRRE Y
CONTRERAS ACAPARAN LA
FUNCIN HPICA MAANA
Por RDEME-
LOS importados de la clase
"C" se presentarn maana en
el evento estelar que encierra el
programa hiplco sabatino en el
Hipdromo Nacional, sobre una
distancia de 1400 metros y por
premio de B.650.00.
Seis ejemplares se encuentran
inscritos en esta carrera en la
cual se espera un reido cotejo
entre los ejemplares FULL, Mi-
mo y Golden Triumph. En ver-
dad es una verdadera competen-
cia entre los jinetes Blas Agul-
rre, el chileno Jorge comieras y
MAESTRO DE GOLFLos pies
de AI Cluci's estn bien cerra-
das, y los dedos del pie bien
abiertos. No se le v ningn
movimiento de cuerpo. Ciuci's es
el famoso golfista Profesional
maestro de "Fresh Meadoros
El Domingo se celebrar en
Coln el Congreso de Redactores
Deportivos, ojal se lleguen m!
tratar asuntos de inters para [
los Cronistas Deportivos en este
Congreso.
Programa del primer
Congreso Nacional de
Redactores Deportivos
COLON, Mayo 18 (Por L.E.O.)
En forma halagadora est au-
mentando el entusiasmo por el
Primer Congreso de Redactores
Deoortlvos que tendr lugar el
prximo domingo en esta ciu-
dad.
El programa confeccionado
para este Congreso es el slgulen
te:
8 y 30 a.m.Registro de dele-
garlos.
9 a.m.Sesin preparatoria.
10 v 31 a.m.Sesin de Insta-
lacin.
12 a 1.30 prn. Almuerzo-Res-
taurante Minerva.
2 a 4 p.m__Visita a los terre-
nos de la Feria.
4 a 6 p.m Sesin plenaria y
de clausura.
7 a p.m.Buffet ofrecido
por la Asociacin de Redactores
deportivos de Coln a sus cole-
gas participantes. Este buffet
tendr luear en los amplios sa-
lones de I Asociacln de Conta-
dores de Coln.
Numerosos deportistas manifiestan
su deseo de asistir al Congreso Nal.
de Redactores Deportivos el Domingo
CLUB DEPORTIVO PACIFICO
Recuerda a todos sus miem-
bros, sin excepcin la puntual
asistencia a la reunin de esta
noche a las 7.30 en su local de la
Avenida Central, altos del Al-
macn 5 y 10 Cts.
Chesterfield
y Bam juegan
esta noche
Esta noche continuarn los
juegos de practicas a que estn
sometidos todos los equipos que
participarn en la prxima con-
tienda mayor de basketball pro-
vincial.
Anoche jug el Deportivo Bam
contra el Mauricio partido en
el cual los cerveceros lograron
imponerse.
En esta fecha chocarn el
Chesterfield y el Bam en el
Gimnasio Nacional a las 7.30 en
un luego que debe resultar bas-
tante interesante.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de an Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
mommmnm
COLCOT. Mayo 18Practica-1
' men se encuentra todo listo pa- |
ra la inauguracin del primer I
I Congreso Nacional de Redac-
! tores Deportivos, acto que ten-'
! dr lugar en la maana del do- .
i mingo prximo a las nueve,'
| aunque hasta ahora nosotros no
I hemos recibido una sola nota
! oficial del Comit Organizador
del referido Congreso, y deben
; aceptar que la organizacin ha
I estado pecando de egosmo., se-
I gn nos lnfonn ayer uno de
i las miembros de la A^D. de Co-
ln y de los organizadores, se
I cree que no menos de 40 Re-
; dadores sobre Deportes asistl-
; rn al Congreso, v aue la me-
dida de los formularios se debe
a one se quiere tener la segurl-
i dad de los acudientes para as
mismo acordar el presupuesto de
gastos: se dijo despus que ven-
drn cronistas de toda la Re-'
pblica.
El destacado Redactor Depor-
tivo de David, Provincia de Chi-
riqu, Erasmo Delgado P. que
cubre las columnas deportivas
del diario "Ecos del Valle" se
har representar en el Congreso
por medio del Redactor Depor-
tivo de Coln Bernardo Quin-
tero, miembro del "Star" de Re-
dactores de las planas Depor-
tivas de El Panam-Amrica y
para ello envi una comunica-
cin al seor Quintero, manifes-
tando que se sentira orgulloso
de que lo representar en el pro
ximo Congreso del cual est in-
teresado en formar parte.
Se sabe que ya el Sr. Quinte-
ro ha enviado nota al Redactor
y colega chlricano informando
que con todo gusto acepta la
distincin y su nombre figurar
en la nmina de los Integrantes
del Congreso.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Haga su cabello
muchsimo ms
atractivo con 'Vaseline'
Hair Tonic... Use unas
pocas gotas diarias y
... vea qu diferencia!
SGANTE 1.05
GRANDE 60C
PERSONAL 15v
Vaseline^*
MARCA (.
TASEI.tNF It am 4. HMa rarto-
Mh UCkaaaaraawb Ufe O, l.'
Julio Rodrguez. Estos equinos
tuvieron destacada actuacin en
el clsico "Sociedad de Dueos
de Caballos" y es por tal razn
que los fanticos esperan ansio
sos esta carrera.
Kosotros escogemos para ga-
nar a Golden Triumph. Estamos
de acuerdo que en'esta ocasin,
el chileno Contreras se burla-
r de Agulrre, que la semana
pasada s le carg sobre el hom-
bro al ganarle varias carreras.
Esta prueba ser una verdade-
ra competencia de Jinetes. Ade-
mas compiten Mr. Foot, Maris-
callto y Polvorazo que tienen *
su cargo el papel sorpresivo.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos:
En la primera carrera se des-
taca Golden Patricia. Tapsy e
el ejemplar a batir.
En la segunda carrera Pon la
Olla es nuestro escogido. Cosa
Linda para el segundo lugar.
En la tercera carrera. Eclipse
debe imponerse. Domin es un
contendor peligroso.
En la cuarta carrera, Caave-
ral defender nuestro prons-
tico. Tap Dancer puede sorpren-
der.
En la quinta carrera, Rldlgn
East debe galoparlos. Lituana
para el segundo lugar.
En la sexta carrera. Beach
se destaca. Baby Betty ser el
ejemplar a batir.
En la sptima carrera, Golden
Triumph.
En la octava carrera, Tltom y
Manhatan deben sostener rei-
do duelo por la victoria.
En la novena carrera, In Time
por su ltima debe ser el gana-
dor. Navajo Trail tambin se
presenta con mucha opcin, z
En la dcimo carrera, Sand-
wood obtendr su tercer ganador
Betn ocupar la segunda colo-
cacin.
En la undcima carrera Tapi-
cero es nuestro escogido. Paja-
rito presentar gran batalla.
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para cualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys) \
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. v 7a.
carreras
ONE-TWO
3a. y fa.
CARRERAS
COLON
Para la comonUHao1 de
nuestra clientela opera'
idm ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
Evento Principal Del Sbado
7a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 650.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. (GOLDEN TRllMPH....../. Contreras 112
2. (MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno 112
3. FILL ..................B. Aguirre 114
4. MAR1SCAL1TO............A. Phillips 115
5. POLVORAZO.............J. Phillips 107
6. MIMO................J. Rodrguez 110
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
Carrera Estelar Del Domingo
7a. Carrera Nacionales Finasangre 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/. 2,000.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
"CLASICO RAUL ESPINOSA"
1. (LA LOBA................G. Alfaro 121
2. (ABY RO...............V. CastiUo 113
3. HORTENSIA..............B. Aguirre 121
4. BATAN....................C. Ruis 126
5. GOLDEN TIP............ A. Valdivia 118 .
6. MARSELLESA...........I Contreras 121
7. MANDINGA ............h Rodrigue 121
.


VIIENK8, MAYO 1. 1M1
fet PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
Reglamento del Primer Congreso Nal.
de Redactores Deportivos que tendr
lugar el prximo domingo en Coln
Primer Concreto Nacional de
Redactores Deportivos
CAPITULO PRIMERO
OBJETO
Articulo loEl Congreso Na-
cional de Redactores Deportivos
tiene por objeto, deliberar sobre
los problemas undameptalea
del Redactor Deportivo y adop-
tar acuerdos generales para una
accin que haga a los Redacto-
res Deportivos capaces de cum-
plir plenamente su funcin de
servicio deportivo pblico y. de
ocupar el sitio que le corres-
ponde como persona o entidad
bsica del deporte panameo.
CAPITULO SEGUNDO
COMISIONES
Articulo 2oLa preparacin
del Congreso, correr a cargo
de tres comisiones; ORGANIZA-
CIN, F.NANZAS Y ATENCIO-
ES, nombradas por el Presidente
del Comit Organizador.
Artculo 3oORGANIZACIN
Le corresponde; redactar la
Agenda, el Reglamento y toda
las comunicaciones relativas al
Congreso hasta la instalacin
del mismo, las cules debern
ser firmadas por el Presidente
del Comit Organizador.
A.Recibir los trabajos o t-
sis que se enven para ser dis-
cutidos por el Congreso, clasifi-
carlos conforme a la Agenda.
Artculo 40FINALSZAS:Le
corresponde; preparar el presu-
puesto de gastos del Congreso,
para presentarlo a la considera-
cin del Comit Organizador. |
A.Contratar los servicios dei
alimentacin, de los- miembros'
del Congreso.
B.Autorizar el pago de las I
cuotas por servicios y suminis-
trar al Congreso!
Articulo 5oATENCIONES:
Le corresponde; lo relacionado;
con la recepcin, la alimenta-!
clon y las atenciones sociales a1
loa miembros del Congreso.
CAPITULO TERCERO
Miembros del Congreso
Articulo floEl Congreso es-
tar formado por dos clases de
miembros a saber: Delegados
invitados especiales.
Artculo 7oLos Delegados son
todos loa Redactores Deportivos,
con derecho de asistir por ha-
ber llenado los requisitos vigen-
tes para el Congreso. Tendrn
derecho a voz y voto en el mis-
mo v a formar parte de su me-
sa directiva y de todas sus co-
misiones.
' ** l '
Artculo fioLos invitado* es-
peciales sern aquellas personas
cuya preparacin intelectual y
deportiva, conocimiento de los
problemas deportivos nacionales
sealada participacin en las
actividades directrices del depor
te nacional, las hagan merece-
doras de dicha distincin. Sern
nombrados por el Presidente del
Comit Organizador, con dere-
cho a voz en el Congreso y sus
comisiones.
Artculo floLos Delegados al
Congreso deben enviar los for-
mularlos de "participantes" al
Presidente del Comit Organiza-
dor, antes del 17 de Mayo de
1951. Las invitaciones especiales
sern comunicadas, no ms tar-
de del 18 de Mayo.
CAPITULO CUARTO
SESIONES
Articulo 10.Habr las siguien-
tes sesiones: Preparatoria, de
instalacin y clausura.
A.La sesin preparatoria co-
menzar a las nueve de la ma-
ana del domingo 20 de mayo
de 1951.
B.La sesin de instalacin
comenzar a las diez y treinta
de la maana v la de clausura
a las seis de la tarde del domin-
go 20 de mayo de 1951.
Artculo lioLa sesin prepa-
ratoria del Congreso ser pre-
sidida por el residente del Co-
mit Organizador.
Articulo 12oLas sesiones del
Congreso comenzarn a la hora
sealada por este Reglamento.
El quorum lo formarn la mi-
tad ms uno de los Delegados.
Articulo 13oEn las sesiones
del congreso, todos los miem-
bros tendrn voz hasta tres ve-
ces, cuando se tratare de los
autores de tesis o trabajos y
hasta dos cuando fuere otra per-
sona quin interviene en la dis-
cusin. Se limita a quince, mi-
nutos el tiempo de intervencin
oral, en la tesis en discusin.
Salvo las extensiones de dicho
trmino* que la sala acuerde.
CAPITULO QUINTO
Artculo 14oEkCongreso ten-
dr: Un Presidente, dos Vice-
presidentes y un Secretarlo Ge-
neral.
A.El Presidente, los Vice-
presidentes y el Secretarlo Ge-
neral, sern elegidos por mayo-
ra de votos por los miembros
del Congreso en la sesin prepa-
ratoria.
B.El Congreso podr elegir
Presidentes Honorarios.
Articulo 15oEl Congreso ten-
dr una Secretara General,
compuesta del Secretario Gene-
ral nombrado por el Congreso
por mayora de votos, un Secre-
tario de actas, un Secretario de
correspondencias y propaganda
nombrados estos ltimos por el
Comit Organizador.
CAPTULO SEXTO
Presentacin de Trabajo y Tesis
ARTAICULO 16Pueden en-
viar trabajos, tesis o proyectos
de Resoluciones al Congreso to-
dos los Redactores Deportivos
residentes en el territorio na-
cional, siempre que no lo hicie-
ren despus del 18 de mayo de
19ol. Los trabajo debern estar
escritos a mquina a doble es-
pacio, ser firmados por su autor
y puestos bajo cubierta dirijida
asfl "CONGRESO NACIONAL
DE REDACTORES DEPORTI-
VOS".Seor Presidente de la
Asociacin de Redactores De-
portivos de Coln, Apartado No.,
49, Coln. R. de P.
A.El Presidente de la Aso-1
elacin de Redactores Deportl-'
vos de Coln pasar loe trabajos
que reciben a la Comisin or-;
ganizadora que proceder de
acuerdo a lo que determina el
articulo tercero en su aparte
CAPITULO SPTIMO '
Disposicin Finales
Articulo 17oTodo acuerdo
Resolucin que dicte el Congreso
deber ser por mayora de votos
de la mitad ms uno de los De-
legados concurrentes al Congre-
i *'
Articulo I8dLos comentaris-
i tas deportivos radiales, pueden
asistir al Congreso LSaclonal de
Redactores Deportivos, por con-
siderarlos parte integral del
cuerpo de Redactores Deportivos
de Ja Repblica de Panam,
Siempre y cuando cumplan lo
i que establece el articulo nove-
| no de este Reglament.
i Artculo 19oLa Asociacin de
1 Redactores Deportivos de coln
i cubrir los gastos de alimenta-
cin de los Delegados e invita-
dos especiales. ,
Articulo 20oEos fondos para
sufragar los gastos del PRIMER
CONGRESO NACIONAL DE RE-
DACTORES DEPORTIVOS, se-
rn objeto de una cuenta espe-
cial. r
COMIT ORGANIZADOR
Daniel Delgado D.
Presidente.
Jasper Carter A.
Secretarlo.
El programa del Ftbol Mayor
comenzar el Dgo. a la 1 y 30
de la tarde en el Estadio
i
PAGINA Itucr.
De la Galera de la Fama
*
CAMPEONA. Beverly Baker descansa despns de haber ga-
nado el Campeonato de Singles en Londres Hnrlington. La
t aliforniana de Santa Mnica venci por 64, 57, 78 a la
britnica Kay Tuckey.
Pgiles de Panam, Coln y
Chiriqu participarn en un
atractivo programa maana
Hoy discuten las
nminas de los "5"
de la Justa menor
Esta tarde a las 5.00 on el
Gimnasio Nacional se reunir el
Comisionado de Basketball Me-
nor con los representantes de
todos los equipos de esa cate-
gora de la Liga Provincial de
Panam.
.Se ruega la asistencia de to-
dos, y especialmente de los re-
presentantes de los equipos Pep-
sicola, Incognitos y ptica Sosa
Todos los equipos debern pre-
sentar su nmina de Jugadores
firmadas y entregar un retra-
to de sus Jugadores. Tambin se
les hace saber a los que no es-
tn al da con la Liga, que de
no cumplir con este requisito
sern expulsados del torneo i
En la reunin de esta tarde
se confeccionar el calendario
y se tratarn asuntos de vital
importancia, por lo que se rue-
ga la asistencia de todos los
representantes.
Los ms destacados pgiles
Aficionados de Panam, Colon y
Chlriqui, toman parte en el
rograma de Boxeo Amateur In-
Los Entrometidos
siguen mejorando
puntuacin en bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
Selecta............35 21 .625
Mike ................ 84 22 .687
Tropical ............ 82 24 .571
Royal............... 28 24 .538
Entrometidos ..... 29 27 .518
Martin/ ___,....... 28 28 .500
Slnocho ........... 24 32 .429
alboa ................ 21 35 .375
C. "'-f- aeaj 39 .350
Los entrometidos blanquearon
anoehe al Carta Vieja en el tor-
neo d,e bolos "Cafe Duran" pa-
ra mejorar as su puntuacin.
Too y Pepe Damin con series
de 551 y 610 respectivamente'
fueron los mayores anotadores,'
haciendo E. Burri su segundo
Las anotaciones fueron las si-
Juego de honor del torneo,
gulentes
ENTROMETIDOS
Vsquez 133 149 123 405
Tere 173 153 124 450
Burrel 130 148 198 476
A. Dlmln 168 204 179 551
J. Damin 154 174 182 510
758 828 806 2392
C VIEJA
Soto 129 129 129 387
Samaniego 181 110 126 397
Capriles 142 139 148 427
Hlibert 136 146 127 409
Icaza 129 139 189 457
697 603 717 2077
Handicap 50 50 50 150
terprovlncial, que ha organizado
la Comisin de Boxeo Amateur
de Chiriqu para el Sbado 10
de los corrientes.
Los chirlcanos se han esmera-
do para que este programa re-
sulte satisfactorio y del agrado
del pblico. Se ha anunciado que
participarn Chico Anderson re-
presentante de panam en loa
Primeros Juegos Panamericanos
que se escenific en Buenos Al-
res (Argentina).
La cartilla es la siguiente:
M. Barton vs C. Anderson
('.Batista ts K. Asprtella
A. Saldafia vs A. Benty
M. Quiel ts S. Tot.
...Abie-Boca entre chiquillos de
la localidad.
Dos interesantes
partidos de ftbol
maana en Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Infantil de Barra
O. E. P. PJe.
Fuerte 25 ............. 2 4 8 8
Selecta ............. 2
Independiente .... 1
Guayaquil ........1
Pern ............ 1
Santander ..............
Tauros ...........I
AngelinJ..........1
747 711 767 2227
Juego para esta noche ROYAL
vs TROPICAL.
Los dos partidos que ofrecer
maana la contienda del ftbol
infantil de Barraza estarn a
cargo del os conjuntos:
ANGELINI vs DEP. PERN
230 pjn.y
..Guayaquil vs Independiente..
3.30 p.m.
En el encuentro de mayor atrae
cin, ecuatorianos e indepen-
dientes lucharn para triunfar'
y empatar el puesto de honor.
En el otro cotejo, el Pern
buscar acercarse al comando
mientras que el Angellni se em-
pear en mejorar puntuacin
para dejar la retaguardia.
El otro partido del Calendarlo
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN
pora mayor potencia motriz-
Kftfa por CHAMPION
"Cado te rara de gano* catreras y both
recereV dtee PAUL B. SAWYW, do So**
Herwfc, Mass., E.U.A. "no m ovada corro
albura con lo bu|fo do encendido. Yo
uto Champion, ya quo estoy convencido do
quo Mu los bujas do nos confianza, quo
Proporcionan arranques rai rpidos y el mx-
imo de tuerta ofrlz. Un juego de nuevos
Champion reduce el consumo de combustible. '
un cuarto o sfafo
PARA CONFORT
Y DURABILIDAD...
WALK-OVER!
Calzados famosos
con razn...
Exclusivos
con
nosotros!
AHORRE con nuestros PEDIDOS ESPECULES
Haga tu seleccin
Y ordene por medio
de nueslro almacn!
PANAMA _
COLON
Los encuentros que ofrecer
el domingo el Campeonato del
ftbol Mayor de la Liga Provin-
cial de Panam se iniciarn a la
1.30 de la tarde en el Estadio
Olmpico, con motivo del Pro-
grama 'de Boxeo Profesional,
aue se presentar en las horas
e la noche en el mismo lugar.
Los dos partidos estarn a
cargo de los oncenos:
HURACN vs PACIFICO
arbitro: M. Crdales1.30 p.m
y
ANCN TS HISPANO
arbitro: Parchtment3.15 pm
En estos cotejos, el Hispano
defender su Invicto a la vez
que luchar por volver a empa-
tar el primer lugar; el Ancn
I por su parte buscar continuar
I su racha de victorias y pasar
, al segundo lugar para quedar
i a un solo punto del delantero.
En el otro partido, el Pacifico
se empear en mejorar su co-
; locacin y salir de la mala suer-
te que lo est persiguiendo,
mientras que sus rivales del Hu-
racn irn dispuestos a obtener
puntuacin e iniciar una reac-
cin que les permita dejar la
retaguardia.
En los dos partidos de segun-
da categora en las horas de la
maana en el Estadio, medirn
fuerzas Alemn vs Hispano Jr.
a las 8 y 45 y Amrica vs Paci-
fico de 2a. a las 10.15 a.m.
Nuevo comps abre-la Liga para ofrecer
el Campeonato Femenino de Basketball
En reunin celebrada ayer por
la Liga Provincial de Basketball
de Panam, se acord celebrar
dobles Juegos del Circuito Ma-
yor Masculino loa Lunes y Mir-
coles y un partido de la catego-
ra mayor masculina y uno de
la menor los sbados. La Liga.
en su sesin de ayer tambin
acord abrir un nuevo comps
a fin de poder ofrecer el Cam-
peonato Femenino de Basketball
y cita para esta tarde a las 5,
en el Gimnasio Nacional, a to-1
dos los directores, y Jugadoras
del Baloncesto Femenino a. fin
de cruzar ideas sobre el Cam-
peonato en proyecto.
Respecto al equipo Chevrolet,
de la Costa Atlntica, la Liga
indic que no tiene ninguna re-
ferencia acerca de la participa-
cin de ese conjunto en el tor-
neo Femenino Capitalino, pero
si dicho sector est dispuesto a
jugar en esta plaza, que lo co-
munique esta tarde.
cmm* I
Permanente y Electricidad continan
maana el softball de ios bomberos
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
LIGA INTERNA DEL
CUERPO DE BOMBEROS
G. P. PJe.
Compaa No. X ...... S 1.001
Compaa Ne. 5 .... 2 0 I.Oto
Banda de Cornetas z 0 1.0M
Compaa No. 3 ...... 2 1 .75*
Electricidad ........1 1 .5M
Compaa No. 4 ...... 1 1 .501
Comandancia ...... 1 2 .333
Gda. Permanente..... 1 2 .333
Compaa No. 4.... 3 .eto
Compaa Ne. 1...... 4 3 .044
La Liga Interna de Softball
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pa-
nam, prosigue su calendarlo
regular maana sbado con el
partido entre Guardia Perma-
nente vs Seccin de Electricidad
en el cuadro de la Plaza Ama-
dor Guerrero a las 4.00 pjn.
Los muchachos do1 la perma-
nente van en pos de su segun-
da victoria para no quedar le-
jos de los punteros, mientras
cruel os electricistas confian en
ell argo descanso para mante-
ner toda opcin al Campeonato
entre Selecta v Santander se
nosDUso para el sbado 26. de-
bido a encontrarse enfermos va-
rios Jugadores de ambos once-
nos.
i de la Liga. El nombre del lan-
zador de los permanentes, esta
bajo el mayor secreto, los elec-
tricistas anuncian para ese dia
a Rogelio (Tero) Mern quien
se ha convertido en el lanza-
dor estrella del equipo.
Los juegos del Domingo son
loss iguientes: Compaa. No. 5
vs Compaa No. 4 y el segundo
juego Banda de Cometas vs com
pania 'No. 3.
En estos dos Juegos los equipos
de la Compaa No. 6 y la Ban-
da de Cornetas salen a conser-
var sus invictos.
Antonio Donado Vistete, el
hombre ms rpido del equipo
de "El Panam Amrica y a la
vez el jugador ms valioso y
pequeo de la novena.....
Se le ha llamado "Caucho,
cicln, bicicleta, tomo y pi-
ca pica por la rapidez con que
se mueve en todas las posicio-
nes en que ha jugado y se lia
destacado en los partidos de
la novena de "El Panam Am-
rica"-
Fu el campen "Catcher" de
la serie contra LA HORA y uno
de ios mejores bateadores de la
misma. Jugador de baseball a-
PRONOSTICOS
POR ONE-TWO-KID
1G. PATRICIA G. Benbe
2COSA LINDA Pon la Olla
3 DOMINO Torcaza
4RIO MAR Caaveral
5FRIGHT (e) Riding East
6SALCEDO Purple Spray
7FULL Golden Triumph (o
8ANTECEDE Manhattan
9IN TIME Navajo Trail
10SANDWOOD 811ver Fox (e)
11PAJARITO Tapicero
Red Panamericana
tiene los
ufares oroorama?
AVISO
DEL MINISTERIO
DE OBRAS PUBLICAS
El concurso de licitacin para la cons-
truccin del nuevo Hipdromo Nacional
fijada para el da 18 de Mayo del ao en
curso, ha sido suspendido, hasta nuevo
aviso, por razones tcnicas;
Eladio Prez Venero,
Secretario del Ministerio.
auOKA el nico reloj
que USTED mismo puede regular!
.'
EL NUEVO LA WONT RECLAV1T
CON EL EXTRAORDINARIO
REGULADOR EXTERIOR
Para lograr tiritderm precisin
cada reloj de pulsera debe ser ajus-
tado a los hbitos individuales del
dueo. La casa Lamont, fabricante*
de magnficos relojes por dcadas,
ha perfeccionado el nico reloj que
usted mismo puede regalar. Sin tener que
abrir la caja-in necesidad de herramienta*
o destreza-usted puede a justar el Lamont
REGLAVIT de manera que funcione coa
exactidud de fraccin de segunda
El Lamont REGLAVIT, ea ana ana caja d acero
y cromo, coa movimiento de precisin de 17 ra-
bas*. Impermeable, de coastniccin prueba de
apao, anti-magnetico, cea andero al cenuo,
cristal irroeaptble.
Rl
PARA A JUSTARLO: he aqn
lo nico qu tiene que hacer i
Imerte ana moneda o mal-
ea rr objeto delgado en la ran-
ura que ae encarnlra en la
parte do aira del reloj. Dele
varita hacia la direccin indi-
cada, ya eco para ae raaaine
me ligero o rai deapaclo, ar-
fan ae reojalera.
tAMONT
COMPINSAMATIC
De vena en las joyeras de distincin *
PIDA UNA DEMOSTRACIN DE ESTE RELOJ EXTRAORDINARIO
dems, y ocupa la misma p_.si-
i trador.
Es tal su rapidez que muchas
veces jugando de receptor re-
coge la pelota despua de un
garrotazo a la vez fue el ciu-
ter fielder y corre con ella en
la mano para poner out "lo-
Jicndo" al corredor antes Ce
que llegue a la segunda ba.-i.
Adems de jugador de pelota
es levantador de pesas y mo-
tociclista.
fflttJNlf
coViflis '
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca- ,j
beza con VITALIS durante 60 so- -
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, ae previene la ao ..
quedad, i Hgalo: Usted notar la i
diferencia!
u
ALPEIO!
. Pineae con VITALIS. DaJ
veras!, porque VITALIS imparte-i
a su pelo sedosa suavidad y brillo *
reluciente, sin engrasarlo. VITA-',!
LIS lo conserva en su sitio durante |
todo el da. Use VITALIS y causo ;
mayor admiracin!
poro ooe so

HUEVO! ft' ...
v un [Jr/xv
VITALIS
CREMA KARA L CABELLO
Lo fifi y
ASPECTO PIST/NOU/PO
NO >:, NO
10


PAGINA DIEZ
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, MATO II, 1951
- i ~
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
HOY VIERNES
3:3* El Hijo Perdido
Drama Arena Quaker
5:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero RPA
4:15 Selecciones variadas
4:30 Peticiones
:0f> Vibracin?* del Aire
Naeho Valdf
8:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:15 MI Marido. Dramatizacln
de Cigarrillos Camel.
7:M El Molino Slencioso
Dramatisacin
7 45 Msica tiplea
8:00 Ritmos tropicales
8:30 El Favorito de Hoy
i

El Vigor Restaurado y Las
Glndulas Rejuvenecidas
- -lente lleno d vida
rendente vlmortsa-
Kndutor, llamado
do por miles do
Hoy ya no hay raotlyo alguno para
continuar sufriendo da perdida del vi-
sor y con un cuerpo dbil, da nervio-
sidad y depresin puee un mdico
americano ha descubierto la manera
rpida y fcil da poner (In a eaoa
malas.
Rete descubrimiento an forma de
tablataa fciles da lomar y absoluta-
menta Inofensivas, hace innecesaria*
las operaciones glandulares, y ata
dando a miles de persones vitalidad
y vigor. Obra directamente sobre laa
Undulas y nervios. En poco tiempo
sus 'uerxas y se alante lleno da vida.
Bate nuevo sorprendente Tip
dor y restaurador glandular,
Varke, ha aldo probado por :
personas an loa Estados Unidos y
ahora f venda aqu en farmacias y
boticas. Varke har que Ud. se sien-
ta lleno de vigor y energa, y afloa
ms Joven. Un frasco de it Varko
_ es especial de doble
Varko gp ou",a
Derwehre Payar r FH.lIcUtJ
ELDORADO
TRIUNFA!...
ARREBATA!!
TAN
en
AY, AMOR, COMO
ME HAS PUESTO
(ME HAS PUESTO DE VUELTA Y MEDIA)
La archicomedia del ao,
que tumba de risa, a todo
el mundo!...

Si quiere ver el ms famo-
so episodio de amor de la
historia, venga!...

ES COLOSAL,
TIN-TAN!

Para TIN-TANjtno hay resistencia, vence siempre!
8:45. Estampas mexicanas
8:00 Cantares de Espaa
9:15 Solos de plano
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:30 Cancionero nocturnal
12:00 Buenas noches
A.M.
6:00
6:03
6:30
6:45
7:00
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
S: 30
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
12:15
12:30
12:50
1:00
1:15
2:00
2:45
3:00
3:15
MAANA SBADO
Buenos Das
Almanaque' de la
Panamericana.
Noticiero de la maana
(lo.)
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero (2o.)
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca Internacional
Hablan los astros
Con Antinea
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Dia
Dedicatorias
Noticiero (3o.)
El Mundo del Vals
La Red Panamericana
por Dentro
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
Msica variada
Noticiero (4o.)
Selecciones populares
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
Cantares de Mxico
Carrera
Cancionero de la tarde
Carrera
Acordes porteos
Carrera
ARTISTAS DE LA RED
PANAMERICANA
DE LA SABIDURA RABE
Escribirse es como verse a me-
dias.
81 te agachas, todos se subi-
rn a tus espaldas.
Muestra los dientes y te respe-
tarn.
No preguntes cmo es una r>er-
snna; entrate quines son sus
compaeros.
No se puede ser mendigo y
exigente a la vez.
Deja que tu perro est ham-
briento v te seguir.
Sufrir por cosas pasadas es
una desdicha intil.
Slo el que se atreve a confe-
sar sus errores es capaz de co-
rregirlos.
Manda el que puede y obedece
el que quiere. ,
Cuando no puedas una cosa,
djala y suspndela hasta que
Duedas.
Cuando la flecha est en el
arco debe partir.
Si quieres ser rlcd. primero
piensa tanto en ahorrar como
en ganar.

TEATRO TROPICAL
HOY VIERNES 8:30 P.M.
Exilo arrollador de las
"MULATAS
DE
FUEGO"
No deje de
Ver el ms
Grande
Espectculo
Musical visto
hasta la
fecha!

No hay brotes de epidemias
entre los soldados de las
Naciones Unidas en Corea
RAMON LEVT, el valioso actor y
narrador, que protagonlsa LA
NOVELA MATINAL, que escribe
Emilio Das. Es un programa es-
telar de la Red Panamericana
que se ofrece diariamente a las
onee y coarto de la maana.
Ahora Muchos Usan
DENTADURA POSTIZA
con Verdadera Comodidad
Cenia, habit, rase o cante, sin temor
a cjus su dentadura postiza se le des-
prenda o caiga de la boca. FIXODENT
irastaeth) mantiene las dentaduras pos-
tizas mis firms y cmodsmente en ls
boca. Ksta polvo de sabor sgrsdable no
dala an la boca ninguna sensacin pe-
{liosa. No causa nusea* Es alcalina (no-
cido). Suaviza e] aliento. Obtenga FIXO-
DENT (Pssteeth) en cualquier (armad.
2-B
CON
LA MARAVILLOSA ACTUACIN
GLORIA HELM VILMA VALLE
MITA Y PABLO
ALEXANDER HNAS. CASTRO
Adems:
"EL ESCONDITE"
DRAMA DE ACCIN!
con
ADRIAN BOOTH -- LLOYD BRIDGES
LUNETA 60c. BALCN 40c.
Baile el MAMRO eon las "MULATAS DE FUEGO".
Lo espectadores que asistan sern invitados a bailar el MAMBO.
FILADELFIA, mayo IS. (UBIS <
Aunque las tropas de los
agresores comunistas en Corea
han estado sufriendo "en era-
do extremo" a causa de (todas
las enfermedades conocidas en
esa parte del mundo, no ha
habido brotes, de epidemias en-
tre las fuerzas de laa Naciones
Unidas", de acuerdo con lo que
Informa un oficial mdico del
Ejrcito. El Mayor General
George E. Armstrong, segundo
cirujano general del Ejrcito de
Estados Unidos, hablo acerca
del "servicio mdico en Corea",
en una reunin de oficiales de
reserva aqu.
"Al combatir a un despiada-
do enemigo en Corea", dijo
Armstrong, "las tropas de los
Estados Unidos y las de las o-
traa Naciones Unidas han ac-
tuado siempre bajo una gran
desventaja. Corea es en mu-
chos sentidos el clima mas di-
fcil en el cual han tenido que'
luchar los soldados americanos.
Es trrido t Insalubre en ve-
rano, con gran Incidencia de
malaria, disenteria y enferme-
dades parasitarias. En Invierno
es el clima ms fro que nues-
tras tropas han confrontado en
la lucha. Desde el principio en-
contramos que la labor de la
medicina preventiva era de lo
ms ardua. En consecuencia, se
dio toda la atencin a la de-
bida inmunizacin de todo el
personal despachado hacia Co-
rea, con las numerosas dolen-
cias que habran de experimen-
tar en ese pals devastado por
HOY
t a ,' r
QL'MjJ
HOY
ESTRENO DE FIN DE SEMANA! 3:15, 5:10, 7:05, 9
UNA PELCULA SENSACIONAL!
Revela el Misterio del Infame Proceso del
Cardenal MINDSZENTYI
p.m.
Ac
., 4VW
u*1* de *l* <$*>
\^
la guerra. El resultado ha sido,
satisfactorio. Aunque se ha ha-
llado a las tropas enemigas su-
friendo en grado extremo de
todas laa enfermedades cono-
cidas en esa parte del mundo,
no ha habido brotes epidmi-
cos entre las tropas de las Na-
ciones Unidas ni entre los pri-
sioneros enemigos", dijo Arms-
trong..
Agreg el mencionado mdi-
co militar: "Hemos hallado 5
casos de lepra, por lo menos 200
de ttano, numerosos casos de
viruelas y tifus entre el ene-
Aire Acondiclonsdo
Tandas:
1:46, 4:66, :20, 8:46 p.m.
HOY xito de Risa!
H
O
Y
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDIClONADb
A las
9:00
P.M.
GRAN
PRESENTACIN
DEL NOTABLE
ACTOR
DEL CINE
MEXICANO
EUGENIA DE LLARCO
La Dama de la Cancin.
CARLOS LOPEZ
MOCTEZUMA
Y SU
CUADRO DE
VARIEDADES
ALBERTO CTALA
Actor Cmico.
EN LA PANTALLA:
LA EXALTACIN DEL IDEAL PATRITICO Y UN AMOR
DISPUESTO AL SACRIFICIO!
Emilio TUERO Glorio LOZANO Carlos L6pr MOCTEZUMA
en
SENTENCIA
EXTRA!
3 DAS de PNICO....
Condensados en 25 minutos de proyeccin de los das trgicos vividos por el pueblo
Panameo* en su lucha por la LEGALIDAD.
RECOGIDOS EN EL 'NOTICIERO PANAMA"
VEA!
La derogatorj* de la Constitucin del 46.
La manifestation a los Comandantes de
la Polica Nacional.
La toma de la Presidencia por las Fuer-
zas de la Polica Nacional.
Los Destroaos y desorden en el interior
de la Presidencia despus de los trgicos
sucesos del t al 10 de Mayo.
El ltimo acto Oficial del Gobierno del
ex-Presldente Arlas.
La quema de la efigie que simulaba la
persona del ex-Presldente Arlas en la Pla-
za de Santa Ana.
La rendicin del ex-Presldente Arlas, la
Ministra Sra. de Miranda, etc.
La Manifestacin-de la Mujer Panamea
a los Jefes de la Fuerza Pblica.
La Exaltacin a la Presidencia de la Re-
pblica del Sr. Alcibiades Arosemena.
El sepelio del Mayor Lezcano Gmez y el
Teniente Juan Flores.
migo". i que el que se ha demostrado
No ha habido mejor ejemplo en la campana coreano, dlj
de los buenos efectos de la me- el General Armstrong,
dlclna preventiva en la guerra I
Y MUCHAS OTRAS ESCENAS DE LA GESTA GLORIOSA VIVIDA POR EL
PUEBLO PANAMEO EN DEFENSA DE SU LIBERTAD!!!
GRAN EXCLUSIVA DEL TEATRO PRESIDENTE
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin Igual"
Es Barato y Efectivo
Toda la
fa muta...
prefiere el
Nescafe
P..,....i;.1... .1 j.,i, J, ,Um as... uU fama 1
S.I.-..I. arla .. > i. tasa .. ...t.r.Jit. mi. |
amas II. i. NESCAFE a ...%, .aaa nUk t al
pm* Ja aa awes .. I< asararera aa al rastra Ja taja*
EOYiTE/ffROS
-*-- '"pBESEHTM1
y. # T i-
LUX Y CECILIA
UNA ERA DI ROMANCE V AVENTURA REVIVE CUANDO B>
HIJO DE ROBIN HOOD DEMUESTRA SU CORAJE... EN
LA BATALLA... Y EN EL AMOR...I
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN HOOD"
(EN COLORES)
hekwod Forest
MsIflf.-ataalTIl
A CCXUMsaA rCTUtf
CENTRAL
Drama donde im-
peran las tuertas
emocionas t...
Joan
rONTAINE
Joaeph
COTTEN
'SINFONA OTOAL"
Adema: El Relslo Compiti ds
ls diurna Jamada Cvica!
TEATRO TROPICAL
GRANDIOSA PUNCIN
CINE-TEATRAL!
Presentacin de las Autenticas
Creadoras del Msmbol
"LAS MULATAS DE
FUEGO"
Adems:
GLORIA HELM
(Cantante Internacional)
VILMA VALLE
(Vor. maravillosa de Cuba)
ALEXANDER Y PABLQ
LAS HNAS. CASTRO
(PR [OS POPULARES)
TEAIROJNCANTO
BARBARA STANWYCK
ROBERT PRESTON
- en -
"PRISIONERA del AZAR"
Bud Abbott Lou Costello
- en -
"SANGRE^^ARDA"
TBxno'tivu.
NOCHE DE BANCO"!
B.1M.M I 111 5:M } .*.
Lawrence Tlerney, en
LA SOMBRA DE CART
Adems: Joan Fontaine, en
LECHO DE BOSA3"
TEATRO IRIS
Armando Calvq Rita Macedo
Dalla lAlguez. en
"MI MARIDO"
Ademas: Pspe Arla, an
"IMINT
_HS PA NO_
David Brea, en
TSL LADRN FANTASMA"
James Cagney, en
"LA CIUDAD SINIESTRA^
BELLA VISTA
XI misterio del caso dsl Cardenal
MINDS7.ENTY en una pelcula
SENSACIONAL I
Charles
BICKPORD
S atoan*
GRANVILLE
"ACUSADO
DE ALTA
TRAICIN"
VARIEDADES
A RER COMO NUNCA!
CANTINFLAS
KOMfcU Y JULIETA
Maria Elena
MARQUES
Tito JUNCO
Cae RITES

Aniel GARASA
- en -
II
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Continuacin de la
Interesante Serle I
"EL RET del SABOTAJE"

"FALSA FELICIDAD"
El Alguaci^antasma"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Richard Wldmark Vernica
Lake, en
"HURACN DE LA VIDA"
Adems: Yvonne De> Carlo, en
"EL HIJO DE LA FURIA"
TEATRO EDISON
Continan los Episodios da
"CAPITN AMERICA"
lio-ll) Ademas:
TIERRA T SANGRE"
MlhechnrDe^ne"
VISTERMOSA
VISTERMOSA PAGA!
Anton.Walbrook Edith Evans.
LA REINA DE ESPADAS"
Adamas: Deso Jsffar. ti
"CUANDO DOS EXTRAROS
SE CASAN"_________
PACIFICO
Louis Haywerd. en
"El Hambre ds la
Mascara de Hierre"
Adems:
Paul Munl. en
"Aniel a ssl Espalda"!
IDEAL
"Cee*a Ansrto."
1--
Adems:
"Abtssae ato Pasta-"
EL CHACAL DE
WYOMING"
APOLO
Emilio Tuero, en
"RECUERDO DE
AQUELLA NOCHE"
Adems:
Luis Sandranl. en
"EL LADBOK"___