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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
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Lei the people know the truth and the country is safe*' Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1951
FIVE CENTS
tub- first IOTAL UNIT to loin the UN Forces in Korea, the 66th Regiment was said to
h^WUe?d-9 enemies 'orevery man lost." At a press conference held aboard their ship
todav themost high v decorated1 members of the group are shown above, left to right. Sgt
Juan R Robado 1st Lt. Luis R. Rodriguez, Captain John K Jovett Commanding: Ojlcei of
iho tiSs fim w Rindall and 1st Lt Ruddle E. Iriaarry. Back row: 1st Lt. Manuel Kort-
rutfil!! M/sK'PMix ^ves?Segt 1st Class Gregorio de Jesus and Sgt. Guillermo Morales.
Chinese Red Attack Slows
As Casualties Pile High
Puerto Mean Vets Of Korea
Going Home With Grim Stories
REGULAR ARMY PRIVATES FIRST CLASS exchange salutes
with a pint-size four star General In front of El Panama Ho-
tel as the "Soldiers of the Month" meet the "General for a
Day." Left to right are Pfc'a Jack. Rossman and John Wasson
both of Btry "B," 903d AAA Battalion 65th AAA Group
and "General" Frederick Stuart Clemmoru, 11, of Balboa.
The two soldiers of the month in connection with a plan
originated by the Caribbean Army News. The "Little Gen-
eral" won the VFW sponsored contest for an Armed Forces
Day slogan.
Indian Scalps Now
Worthless As Old
Law Repealed
HARRISBURG, May 19 (UP)
The State of Pennsylvania may
abandon Its pre-Revolutlonary
fierlod system of paying bounties
or Indian scalps.
Legislation now before the
House of Representatives call for
"repeal of the existing law call
lng for the payment of bounties
tor Indian scalps by the Com-
monwealth or any political sub-
division of It."
One reason is that there are
no longer Indians roaming Penn-
lyvanla.
President Asks US
Unite fai Crisis;
'Quit Bickering'
WASHINGTON. May 19 (UP)
President Truman called on the
people of the United States last
night to unite In "one of the
greatest crises this" country has
even ever faced."
He grave a warning that an
llout war would make the Ko-
rean casualty lists look like a
drop In the bucket.
He pleaded with Americans to
"quit your bickering here at
home and get behind me and
win this peace."
The President said: "We are
leaders of the free peoples of the
world. It Is necessary that we
display that leadership, and we
must display lt by unity here at
home so that those young men
on the battlefields of Korea shall
not die in vain, and so they may
accomplish the purpose for
which they are fighting
"We dont want war," he al-
most shouted. "We wast peace."
Armed Forces Day
Order Of Events
For Afternoon
Crowds were streaming Into
Albrook Air Force Base early this
afternoon to take part In the
second observance of Armed For-
ces Day.
Personnel of the Caribbean
Command, the Army, Air Force,
Navy and Marine Corps were on
hand to welcome visitors.
Late afternoon events Includ-
ed:
.4:20 P.m.Air and ground de-
monstration by Army, Navy and
Air Force
Flight In formationNavy pa-
trol bombers
Air Force C-82 aircraft fly by
Air Rescue SB-17 boat-equip-
ped aircraft fly by
Air Force helicopter rescue de-
monstration.
Army radio control target-
plane demonstration.
Air Force- L-13 aircraft de-
monstration of free-drop and pa-
rachute drop techniques
Air Force crash fire-fighting
demonstration
Air Force B-26 tow target air-
craft fly by
Army chemical warfare de-
monstration
Parachute jumps by Air Force
para-rescue team
5:15 p.m.Joint Armed Forces
parade and retreat ceremony.
6:00 p.m.Joint Armed Forces
exhibits close.
Balboa Tides
Sunday, May 20, 1M1
High Low
2:J4 a.m. 8:55 .m.
2.51p.m. 9.24 p.m.
San Bias Day
Opens Colon
Farm Fair
COLON. May 19 Governor
and Mrs. F. K. Newcomer will be
among the distinguished visitors
at the Colon Fair today.
Governor Newcomer will visit
the fair at 3 p.m.
Today has been declared as San
Bias day and a wide and colorful
program has been prepared.
The fair opened at 10 a.m. with
a field mass, offered by the Bis-
hop of Colon. Msgr. Jose Maria
Preciado Nieva. Immediately af-
terward, the winners of the horse
show will be presented to the
pubic. Following this, there will
be an exhibition of native dances
by the "DlabllcOs De Nuevo San
Juan."
Her Majesty Gioconda I. Queen
of the Fair, will arrive at the fair
grounds by sea. aboard the "Ad-
miral's" ship of a "Navy" made
up of the yachts of the Gatun.
Cristobal and Colon Yacht Clubs.
Once In the fair grounds, the
queen will make public her par-
don, "freeing" several Colon Jail
prisoners who have worked in the
building of the fair pavilions.
The queen will then head a pa-
rade of cars and horses, in which
will take part the "Atlantic Sad-
dle Club" and the "Club de Equi-
tacin" of Panama and Colon.
At 4 p.m. the model aircraft
contest will take place In the fair
grounds. The National Police
band will give a concert at 6:00
p.m.
At 8 p.m. her Majesty Giocon-
da I and her court will re-enter
the fair grounds, wearing the San
Bias typical dresses.
At 8:30 p.m. a Mexican movie
will be shown. A dance, honoring
the queen wil be held In the Mo-
naco Garden.
'General Randall'
Has Notable Record
The USS General Randall due
for northbound transit tomorrow
has had a notable record of ser-
vice in the Korean campaign.
Since August 1950 the ship has
made four round trips from the
west coast to Japan and Korea.
On the first trip the Randall was
the flagship for the Amphibious
Task Force, Second Element,
participating In the Inchon
landing In September 1950. On
the second trip the Randall par-
ticipated in the Hungnam rede-
ployment in December making
two trips from Hungnam to Pu-
san and received a commenda-
tion from Vice-Admiral Joy,
Commander, Naval Forces Far
East for an outstanding Job. On
the third trip the Randall car-
ried 1500 Marines back to the
United States. These were some
of the first Marines returned on
rotation. On this same trip the
ship carried the first war dead
returned to the United States.
The ship Is now temporarily
assigned to MSTS. Atlantic and
Is en route to New York. We have
aboard the first Puerto Rlcan
troops t be returned to Puerto
Rico on rotation.
The commanding officer of the
Randall Is Captain Alexander C.
Thorington, JS. Navy.
Veterans of nine months heavy
fighting In Korea had grim
stories of unequaled courage to
tell this morning aboard the Na-
val Attack Transport USS Geo.
W. Randall. Members of the only
Latin American troops that went
over there, the 65th Infantry Re-
giment have pulled duty with
every division In active service
In Korea. For their share in the
Korean campaign they have been
submitted for a Presidential Unit
Citation twice.
The group left Aug. 27 last
year and arrived in Korea Sept.
23. For one month they were
fighting Koreans In the area
close to Pusan until the first ma-
rine landing. From there they
took a position very close to the
Hungnam area where they re-
mained for 24 days. Their outfit,
the 3rd Infantry Division, was
the last to leave.
According to 1st Lt. Manuel
Kortrlght (a Univ. of Puerto Ri-
co Graduate) who has earned
himself the Sliver Star, Bronte
Star and "Combat Infantry
Badge, the men suffered quite
a bit from the cold weather, but
there were miraculously few cases
Of frostbite.
The Infantry Badge of Lt.
Luis R. Rodriguez who was the
Executive Officer of the Com-
pany, saved his life. It happen-
ed when they were occupying po-
sitions north of Hungnam. Two
platoon leaders were lost that
night during very close fighting,
and he had to take over. It was
then that a bullet struck bis In-
fantry Badge and was deflected
through his shoulder. Wounded
twice during the current cam-
paign for which he has earned
himself the Purple Heart and two
Battle Stars, Lt. Rodriguez has
faith In his "good luck."
Sgt. Juan R. Rosado, who
doesn't look lt, but Is the "baby"
has earned him the Congression-
al Medal. A few days after he
arrived with the 1st Cavalry Di-
vision, he and seven men of a
machine-gun section were pin-
ned down for two hours.
The carbine was shot out of
his hand, and three bullets hit
him. Since they were surrounded,
the best "first aid" he could
manage was a bandage on his
left hand. He returned to the line
and later In the afternoon, a
mortar shell was coming straight
at the seven men on the side of
the foxhole. Sgt. Rosado grabbed
the mortar's base (which is a
metal cover plate) put lt on the
shell as lt landed, and then fell
on lt. When the shell exploded,
lt sent him more than six feet
Into the air and the enemy
shot at him. He spent two months
in the hospital suffering from in-
continued on Page 6. CoL I)
Truman Sits Out
Drizzle To Watch
Armed Forces Show
'US Must Set Strong Example
For World', Says Gen. Morris
WASHINGTON. May 19. (UP)
President Truman sat through
chill, drizzling rain for 75 min-
utes today to watch a huge Arm-
ed Forces Day parade of Ameri-
can military power.
The parade was also watched
stolidly by Russian military at-
taches.
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall and other government
officials sat with Mr. Truman in
the reviewing stan\ as more
than 10,000 troops and hundreds
of tanks and weapons paraded
down flag. lined Constitution
Avenue.
To Mr. Truman's right were
the uniformed representatives of
more than 20 countries.
Meanwhile In Berlin reinforced
United 8tates occupation troops
paraded In the greatest Amer-
ican display of military might
In Germany since the ocupatlon
began.
Soldiers who have been
brought up to fighting trim by
rigorous training since the out-
break of the, Korean war
marched before Allied and
German audiencea in Soviet-
surrounded Berlin.
There were also parades In
many cities In the American
zone of Western Germany.
The parades were held under
the slogan "Defenders of Free-
dom."
This Is the time tor the United
States to set a'strong example of
determination to do what Is right
for the world, which, of course
Includes our own security in that
world," Lt. Gen. W. H. H. Morris.
Jr., said at Balboa Stadium yes-
terday .
The occasion was the ceremo-
ny of the massing of the colors,
an event of National Defense
week.
Scheduled for 2 p.m. the usual-
ly punctual military ceremony
got under way 15 minutes late
when the 'Generals for the Day"
Stuart Clemmons, 11 and Lynn
Marie Raymond. 10. arrived late.
General Morris' address fol-
lows:
"Events of the moment all too
frequently elude evaluation. Yet
there Is evidence that our nation
Is now being forced Into the su-
preme test of Its ability to endure
as lt was conceived.
'It Is against such a backdrop
that we observe the second an-
nual Armed Forces Day tomor-
row, a day dedicated to the 'De-
fenders of Freedom."
A few short weeks following
the first celebration by the com-
bined military services In May
1950. our country was forced Into
a war. It la an undeclared war,
but nonetheless a shooting war,
in Korea.
"There Is a deep significance in
this Incident. No one Is misled by
the Korean action. It Is another
step in the Soviet plan of con-
quest.
'The dangers of Communism to
our way of life have been recog-
nized and exposed by many. The
Communist methods of Infiltra-
tion have been pointed out. They
Infiltrate in seemingly harmless
ways. I assure you, however, that
every way In which they enter In-
to our process of doing things is
poison to our freedoms.
"The forces of evil are prepar-
ed. The Soviets and their satel-
lites have approximately five
million men under arms today.
China has that many or more.
Therefore, lt must be recognized
that the Soviet Union and the sa-
tellite nations, at this moment,
have under mobilization more
than twice the military manpow-
er of the North Atlantic Treaty
Nations.
'Why? Not for defense, cer-
tainly. They know that no nation
or group of nations has the
slightest intention of attacking
them.
Consequently, the only logical
explanation of the maintenance
of this vast force is that the
Communists possess a hostile In-
tent to use force against the rest
of the world at a time of their
own choosing,
'These forces are prepared. We,
too must be prepared.
'We must have an adequate
strength of arms to speak to a
nation which understands only
the language of force. We must
also be prepared to bolster our
Armed Forces with the sinews Of
our mighty Industries. We must
be prepared to sacrifice some of
our accustomed-comforts.
'In the United States, and the
Canal Zone which Is a vital part
(Continued en Page 8, Coi 8)
'We Should All
Take Stock
Of Our Strides'
UCMTARY OF DIFINSI
Oestes C Manas!
On the occasion of the first annl-
versazy of Armad Forces Day, wo
should tako
stock of the
strides mad*
in the unity of
effort and par-
os* by our
thro* Services.
It hss ben
demonstrated
that our land,
sea, and air
forces have
performed as
a great coor-
dinated team
in Korea. In
the present build-up of our armed
torees and war materiel, the co-
ordination of the three Services has
been splendid. I have been both
surprised and highly gratified by
the practical progress that has been
made toward genuine) working
unity.
TOKYO, May 19 (UP) Chinese Reds drove to with-
in 10 miles of the vital road junction of Hongchon in east
central Korea today.
But their massive spring offensive in this sector was
weakening from the bloodletting inflicted on it by the
United States 2nd Division and its attached French and
Dutch batallions.
The human waves of Chinese grew less this afternoon
and there was speculation that after four days the Chin-
ese had run out of steam in this sector. .
It was possible that they had lost as much as half
their original attacking force of 96,000 men.
Anti-Peron Group's
Demonstration In BA
Brings 14 Arrests
BUENOS AIRES, May 19 (UP)
Fourteen persons were arrest-
ed here today when a group of
Radical Party supporters at-
tempted to demonstrate, shout-
ing "Balbln for president."
Deputy Ricardo Balbln has
been suspended from the Cham-
ber of Deputies since last year
on a charge of contempt of
President Juan Peron.
Apparently awaiting the out-
come of this costly campaign
on the east central front the
Reds showed no further signs
of heavy assaults either below
Kapyong on the west central
front or above Seoul In the
west.
The 2nd Division, with Its
French and Dutch troops,
slaughtered Reds at a rate of
10,000 dally.
The Reds were stopped by
Incredible massed artillery fire
and hand to hand battles.
At one point the -division's
guns showered 1,000 attackers
with 2,000 shells In eight min-
utes.
The 2nd Division fought off
all attempts at encirclement,
but the continued withdrawal
of two South Korean divisions
to the cast dangerously exposed
the division's right flank.
Both east and west of Hang-
ye the Reds hurled 1,000-man
attacks at the 2nd Division,
using mortars and automatic
weapons.
At one stage the Reds were
allowed to advance unchalleng-
ed till within range of the
deadly fire of United States
machlneguns. While the mach-
lneguns still chattered Ameri-
can tanks roared onto the bat-
tlefield to pick off the Red sur-
vivors.
Some 3,000" Reds struck In
the Pungam area. Thrown back
In heavy engagements they-be-
gan slipping off to the west.
Then United States war-
planes some of more than
120 to slash across the east
central front today swooped
and Inflicted further casual-
ties on the Reds.
Top Allied officers are jubi-
lant over the staggering losses
Inflicted on the Reds.
They said they are not wor-
ried by Communist penetration
in the east, but are keeping a
close eye on the west and west
central fronts for an allout
Red assault there.
Chinese patrols have pushed
to within six miles of Seoul.
Mills Work Round Clock
To Meet Newsprint Lack
TORONTO, May 19 (UP)
Eleven of the world's largest
paper companies today an-
nounced plans to keep their
mills rolling seven days a week,
in the hope of overcoming the
world newsprint shortage.
Private Plane
Reported Lost
Near Jaque
A B-17 from Flight 'B', 1st
Air Rescue Squadron, left Al-
brook at 6 a.m. today to search
for a Uruguayan registered
plane that was last sighted IS
miles from Jaque.
T o c u men Airport reported
that the pilot was Omar Ve-
race, 27 and hit two passen-
gers were Luis Ublcl, ?5 and
Ovidio Ambrosonl, 37, all Uru-
guayans. It is believed that the)
missing plane was one of a
flight of two, both Uruguayan
registry, en route to Jaque. The
lost plane was last sighted at
an altitude of 2 feet.
Weather permitting, the B-17
planned to fly down the coast,
through Tumaco, Colombia. The
Uruguayan plane had arrived,
quite unexpectedly, at Tocumen
Airport last Sunday to make
some repairs. It left for Jaque
Friday at 9 a.m.
As The Panama American
went to press lt was learned
that the B-17, piloted by U.
Carl M. Turbyflll and Lt. How-
ard J. Cochran returned to Al-
brook with negative results. It
was expected that the search
would be continued later In the
afternoon.
Ex-Streetcar Hand
Heads Hungary's
Church Department
BUDAPEST, May 19 (UP)
Slstvan Kossa, a streetcar com-
pany's hired hand before World
War n and later a member of
Hungary's polltburo and Minis-
ter of Finance, has been placed
at the head of Hungary's new-
ly-formed Office of Churchi
Affairs.
The office was established by
Parliament here yesterday and
will "carry out agreement*
concluded with various churhs*.'
Engine, Pullman lifted By Giants'
BRYN MAWR, Pa., May 19
(UP) Hours after the crash of
two Pennsylvania express trains
In which at least 11 persons were
killed and 56 injured, torch crews
and wrecking cranes were still
untangling the Jagged mass of
steel that was once a pullman.
The locomotive of the Red Ar-
row had plowed right through
the rear sleeping car of the night
express from Pittsburgh, halted
by a stop signal a quarter mile
from the Bryn Mawr station in
this fashionable main line
suburn of Philadelphia.
Eyewitnesses said the engine
and the sleeper rose In the air
together In a brief flash of flame.
Then the sleeping car crumbled
like a piece of paper and the big
locomotive settled down an lt,
crushing the berths. Most of the
passengers were asleep.
Sheets of steel 60-fect long
curled around the engine. Other
pieces pointed Jaggedly Into the
sky. On the locomotive's nose
hung a berth wrenched loose
from the sleeper.
The passengers and crewmem-
bers trapped Inside were found In
every conceivable position. A
trainman's body was caught be-
tween two pieces of steel 15 feet
in the air.
One by one. the dead were slid
down a board Incline from the
elevated tracks to the street
where they were taken In am-
bulances to a funeral home and
to Bryn Mawr hospital.
A steady stream of dazed and
Injured passengers passed
through the hospital accident
ward. Most were not hurt seri-
ously.
The four main line tracks of
the nation's largest railroad were
blocked but track damage was
not bad. In addition to the
wrecked locomotive and sleeper,
four other cars were derailed.
The sleeper originally started In
Cleveland.
The second-from-the-rear car
of the Pittsburgh train keeled
over at a tipsy angle and had to
be propped up. Then giant cranes
lifted the engine Into the air so
wrecking crews could remove
pieces of steel which hid the
bodies from view.
Strewn over the tracks were
the belongings of the passengers
suitcases, bedclothes, child -
renis underwear, shoes and pock-
et books.
Someone found a pipe and to-
bacco pouch near the body of a
crewmember of the Pittsburgh
night train. He apparently had
been lighting up when the end
came. A policeman tossed the
pouch on the stretchers along-
side the body.
Railroad officials were unable
to explain Immediately what
happened. They said the engi-
neer of the Red Arrow got the
warning signal that a train was
stopped in front of him, when
the express was three or four
miles west of Bryn Mawr.
F. W. Smith, vice president of
the eastern region of the rail-
road, said he was Informed the
Red Arrow slowed down almost
to a stop.
"But from then on, we don't
know what happened," said
Smith. "All we know Is the train
was under control at Vlllanova."
The Red Arrow engineer, F. B.
Yentzer, Harrlsburg, Pa., was In-
jured about the head and he
underwent an emergency opera-
tion at Bryn Mawr hospital.
Physicians would not allow him
to be questioned.
The Pittsburgh night train had
stopped In response to a track
warning signal, set off automa-
tically by a "drag signal" device
on tracks. This Is a safety device
to notify crewmembers If some-
thing is hanging down on the
tracks. Usually It's brake trouble.
Crewmen were Investigating the
undercarriages of the cars when
the Red Arrow struck.
Bryn Mawr residents were first
alarmed by the screaming
whistle of the Red Arrow as It
bore down on the standing train,
Mrs. Mary Brice rushed to a
second-floor window in time to
see the telescoped sleeper and
locomotive lock together and rise)
"as If a giant lilted them." A
sheet of flame leaped up Due
quickly died down. Firemen
poured water Into the wreckage,
however, when smoke wan seen
drifting in wisps from the'Cre-.
vices.
Oeorge Webb, of GItnmore. Pa.,
described himself as the lucki-
est guy on the train. He was sit-
ting In the front seat of the first
passenger car and escaped with
minor injuries.
Webb said there was a "sick-
ening Jolt and a terrible splitting
sound" when the trains collid-
ed. "I was pinned In my seat but
got loose and found I wasnt
hurt seriously," he added.
"I got out to look at the wreck*
age," he related. "It was an aw-
ful slight.
Webb said there was "a tot of
screaming and crying but most
people appeared dazed."
William Farris, 25, who live*
near the accident scene about a
quarter of a mile from the Bryn
Mawr railroad station, climbed
on top of the locomotive and
dragged out the Red Arrow engi-
neer and fireman.



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Too-Helpful Motorist
Convicts Himself
ST. LOUIS, May 19 (UP).Wil-
liam W. Hauser ,32, denying
charges that he was drunk while
driving, said the arresting of-
ficers didn't even know how to set
up the lntoximeter.
"I helped them set It up," he
told the court.
"Well, you Just helued r.o^y'-.t
yourself. Judge James H. Con-
nor said. "The lntoximeter test
showed you were definitely into-
xicated. That will bs $170 and
costs.
Revolving Door Lover
Gets Night In Jail
BLOOMINOTON, Ind., May 19
(UP). The 1951 Jordan River
Revue, a musical comedy staged
annually at Indiana University,
was written by a student who
has never seen a musical comedy.
For her efforts, Mrs. Claire
Nunn cashed in on the $100 first
prize. She completed the music
and lyrics in seven days.
"I would have completed It
sooner," she said, "had it not
been for classes and keeping
house for my husband."
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By Frank Eleazer
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP) A Senate House con-
ference committee, voted today to lower the draft age
from 19 to 18 Vi and to cut physical and mental service
stondards to induct an estimated 150,000 men now clas-
sified 4-F.
The committee also wrote into the compromise Draft-
Universal Military Training Bill a provision that would re-
quire local draft boards to induct all available men 19
through 25 the present age groups before talcing
any I8V2-year-olds.
Chairman Carl Vlnson, D., I tional legislation would havt to
Ga., or the House Armed Ser- be passed before a program ac-
vices Committee said the pro- tually could be started,
vision means lew 11 any young-
ISTHMIAN DATA
It you want to deceive an op-
ponent, it Isn't always neces-
sary to make weird and won-
derful plays. Yqur opponent
may be already on the wrong
track, and it is enough If you
merely sit quietly without dis-
turbing him.
In today's hand West opened
the king of spades, and South
won with the ace. Declarer
drew trumps with the ace and
king, and East mildly discard-
ed the deuce of clubs on the
second round o trumps. De-
clarer next led dummy's sin-
gleton club and East saw no
harm in playing the three of
clubs.
This didn't surprise South.
He expected to find most ft
ohe missing high cards in
West's hand because of West's
bid. He naturally assumed that
West had the ace of clubs, and
therefore finessed the Jack of
clubs at this point.
West won with the queen of
clubs without lifting an eye-
brow. He returned the queen of
spades and South ruffed as ex-
pected. It was still possible for
South to make the hand by
means of a squeeze if he sus-
pected that East had the ace
of clubs.
However, South was convinc-
ed that the ace of clubs was
still In the West hand. There-
fore he eventually led the king
of clubs through West and dis-
carded from dummy when West
Slayed a low club. This gave
st the chance to take his ace
of clubs for the setting trick.
It is Important to note that
declarer would make his slam
without the slightest difficulty
If East played the ace of clubs
when that suit was led for the
first time. South would then
have only two losing clubs, with
two trumps in the dummy to
take care of them.
Indians Grateful
PINE RIDGE. 8. D. (U.P.)
8ioux Indians have named O. R.
-ande, superintendent of the
Pine Ridge Indians reservation.
"Takes Pity on Them" for his
kind acts toward his charges.
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IIC E K Rl If IES A K .Ho ,, rxoeluct
sters would be called soon. He
said It will be IMS under pre-
sent mobilization plans before
local board exhaust their sup-
ply of men 19 through 25.
The conferees voted to ex-
tend the draft law, now sche-
duled to expire July 0, until
July 1, 1955, and to limit to-
tal strength of the armed
forces to ",000,000 men. The Ad-
ministration's present goal is
3,500,000 men and there are no
present plans to Increase It.
But the conferees, who re-
opened their draft talks after
a three week recess, failed to
agree on the most controver-
sial point in the bills passed
by the House and Senate
the Universal Military Train-
ing program.
Chairman Richard B. Russell,
D., Ga., of the Senate Armed
Services Committee, said an-
other meeting will be held,
probably next week, to try t
iron out this key difference.
The Senate bill provided for
a full UMT program, to be
started when the President or
Congress decides the interna-
tional emergency has cooled off
enough to halt the draft.
Under the House Bill, Con-
gress would only commit Itself
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall and other Adminis-
tration leaders strongly sup-
ported the Senate version. But
UMT backers feared that Gen.
Douglas MacArthur had just
about Killed any chances of a
strong UMT program now. He
supported UMT In principle but
urged Congress to put off a
decision until after the present
emergency.
Only one other disputed pro-
gram remains to be worked
out by the conferees, nt is a
House provision .to limit the
service of any World War II
veteran recalled to duty as a
reservist to a maximum of 12
months. The services have bit-
terly ipposec. it.
At earlier sessions, the con-
ferees agreed on a 24-month
draft term, instead of the pre-
sent 21, and on a score or more
proposals, including a House
provision to give local boards
the final say on college de-
ferments, despite nationwide
deferment testa.
The conferees did decide to-
day that liability for UMT, in
whatever form it might be ap-
proved, should start at age 18.
They algo approved draft re-
gistration at is and provided
that registrants may be classl-
Marriage Licenses
BERRIO, Cariog O., 22, of
Chiva Chiva, to PHJXUPS.
Ovena E., 17, also of Chiva Chi-
va.
DAVLLA, Jose A. Melendez,
25, of Port Davis, formerly of
Bayomon, Puerto Rico, to TO-
RRES, Elena, 21, of Panama
Births
BRATHWAITS, Mr. end Mrs.
Kenneth R., of Gatun, daugh-
ter, May 18, Colon HoapltsT.
UNDO, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man G., of Colon, son, May 17.
Colon Hospital.
VALENCIA, Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel L., of Camp Blerd, son.
May 16. Colon Hospital.
JOHN, Mr. and Mrg. R. A., ot
Red Tank, daughter, May 18,
Gorgas Hospital.
GHI3S. Mr .and Mrs. Harold,
of La Boca, son, May 18, Gor-
gas Hospital.
LANE, Mr. and Mrs. McNabb,
of Curundu, daughter, May 6,
Gorgas Hospital.
ZERNE, Dr. and Mrs. G. .,
of Corozal, daughter, May 18,
Gorgas Hospital.
Letter To Judge
Proves Mistake
to UMT in principle, and addl- fled before lY2.
(
8T. LOUIS, May 19 (UP).
Circuit Judge Robert J. Kirkwood
dismissed a charge of tampering
with an automobile against
Anderson B. Topp for lack of
evidence.
During recess, the Judge open-
ed his mall and found a letter
written two days before by Topp.
"Judge, your honor," the let-
ter read, "will you please call me
over? I want to plead guilty to
the charge they got me on."
Judge Kirkwood reinstated the
charge and ordered Topp re-
arrested.

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LARGE COCKTAIL PARTY GIVEN LAST NIGHT
AT COLONEL AND MRS. TRULY'S QUARTERS
. Colonel and Mis. M. H. Truly, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Warner
and Lieutenant and Mrs. W. A. fitcher gave a cooktaU-buffet
last evening; for lOt guests. The party was held at Colonel
Truly' quarters on Quarry Heights.
Dinner Party In Panama Honors
KeueuUv Married Couple
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cal-
houn, whose marriage took
place recently In Panama, were
the guests o honor at a din-
ner given Thursday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. .Paul Coleman at
their residence in Panama.
Mr, and Mrs.'Mayles
Entertain Informally
Misj Mary Marlm Newland
and Ot. William r. Clary, who
are-to be married hi June, were
the guests o honor at a cocK-
tail-bulfet which Mr. and Mrs.
John D. Mttyles gave last even-
ing at their apartment on Ave-
nida Peru.
Wing Commander Forbes
Johnson Visits Isthmus
Wing Commander- Forbes
Johnson, D.F.C., British Air At-
tache to Venezuela, Panama
and Central America, arrived
yesterday lor a short visit io
the Isthmus. He Is staying at
Albrook Field.
Mrs. Comber's Dinner
Honors Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
Mrs. Teresa Comber enter-
tained informallj at oinner
last cv'-nmg at tier residence
in San Juan Place, compli-
menting- Mr. and Mrs. Hatoid
B. Lawson of Los Angeles, ca-
lifornia.
Wl. and Mrs. Lawson, who
have made a tour ot South
America during the past lew
months, arriyed last week on
the SS Holder and are sailing
today on the 88 Tlvlves for tne
United States.
Mrs. Ballard Leaving
For Ohio
Mrs. EdwarU M. Ballard of
ClnctnatU, Ohio. Is leaving ear-
ly Monduy morning by air-
plane after a visit of two
months at Quarry Heights
with her son-in-law and
daughter. Colonel and Mrs. Da-
vW P. Schorr, Jr.
Mrs. Hinton Hostess
at Dinner
Mrs. Christine Hinton gave
a small dinner Thursday even-
ing at her apartment on Davis
Street, Diablo Heights, honor-
ing Minno Trout who leaves
soon for the Aleutian Islands,
where he plans to reside. After
dinner the evening was spent
at canasta.
With Mr. Trout the party in-
cluded: Mr. and Mrs! Roy Currle.
Samuel Dubin. Chris Divine and
Mrs. Dorothy Tinniri. Mrs. Hln-
ton's daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap
Sailing Next Week
Mr. and Mrs. Georxe C. Dunlap
of Balboa and their two sons are
sailing next Saturday on the SS
"Ancn" to spend three months
vacation In Boston and In motor-
ing to Colorado and California.
Mrs. Dunlap Entertains
Informally
Mrs. Geo. C. Dunlap entertain-
ed the members of the Canal
Zone Amateur Radio Club Infor-
mally at her home in Balboa
Thursday evening after the reg-
ular meeting of the club. The
party celebrated her being li-
censed as an amateur radio op-
erator. Both Mrs. Dunlap and
rs. Frank Lerchen received their
licenses recently.
Is a member of the Variety and
Girl's Band, on the staff of the
"silver and gold" school paper and
the Y.W.C.A.. is dormitory pian-
ist, and a member of the volley-
oall. basketball and softball ln-
tramura teams. At a scholarship
dinner last week. Miss Stacy was
advised that she had the high-
est scholastic rating In her dor-
mitory.
Officers Wives Club
Meets at Fort Kobbe
The Fort Kobbe Oficers Wives
Club held Its monthly luncheon
Thursday at the post Officers
Club with 62 members present,
hostesses were the Mesdames
Singer. Terwllllger, Smith and
Walnrlght.
Mrs. Ross the president, intro-
duces Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Rogers.
Mrs. Ahrendt. Mrs. Montgomery
and Mrs. Rodeers. all new mem-
bers of the club. ,
Mrs. Ervin Introduced Mrs
Charles P. Morgan ho gave a
most interesting talk and demon-
stration of the use of tropical
flowers and .plants.
Door prizes went to Mrs. Beck-
er and Mrs. Dodge.
Art League Picnic
Sunday at Summit
All members of the Canal Zone
Art League are invited to a pic-
nic and wiener roast at Summit
Gardens Sunday. The club will
furnish wieners and' rolls and
members are asked to bring their
own drinks and sweets.
Thoe who wish to-may paint
and sketch In the morning. The
oicnic will be held at the barbe-
cue hut at noon and will be fol-
lowed bv a discussion of the
Beaux Arto Ball and other busi-
ness. Mr. McKenzle took plc-
tures at the ball and members
Barbara, 11, Has
Spleen Taken Out
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. May 19
UPi. An 11-year-old girl, who
"looked forward" to the ordeal,
underwent an hour-long delicate
operation here yesterday by
which doctors hoped to stop the
ravages of a Wood disease which
also has stricken her two broth-
ers.
Barbara Carlln was reported
by hospital attaches as In "good
condition" after her spleen was
removed. The "extremely seri-
ous" operation was decided on,
after 25 doctors consulted on her
case.
The child's brothers. Freddy.
14, and Sammy, 6. also suffer
from the same malady which
doctors described as congenital
hemolytlc anemia" a disease
which causes the spleen to des-
troy more red blood cells than
normal.
Freddy Is to have the same
operation today and Sammy
either Monday or Tuesday.
The disease was discovered in
Barbara eight years ago and
since that time she has under-
gone numerous blood transfus-
slonsln a desperate bid to save
her Ufe.
may order prints from him at the
picnic.
Notice to
Volunteer Workers
Women willing to volunteer for
arts and crafts work In the Bal-
boa District summer recreation
program are urged to telephone
to Mrs. Pence. Balboa 3777. The
Balboa District will include chil-
dren from Baboa. Corozal. Quarry
Heights. Diablo Heights. Albrook
Field Fort Amador and the 15th
Naval District and a number of
volunteers are needed.
The first class for Pacific side
volunteer workers will be held at
the Diablo Gymnasium Monday
morning from 8:30 to 10:30 when
Mrs. Karst will teach textile
painting and tie-dyeing. All wo-
men interested In helping with
this work In the summer recrea-
tion program are asked to be pre-
sent at the meeting.
Landscape Gardners
Design Tree, Shrub
Planting For Coiner
As a result of special pride
and Interest o. the residents In
the appearance of their town-
site, Cam- Coiner will be beau-
tified In the next lew months
by the planting of trees and
shrubs.
Plans for the landscaping
will be made by the Grounds
Maintenance Division in coop-
eration with residents of the
local rate community.
It Is expected that Camp
Coiner residents will also as-
sist with the planting and the
care that will be necessary to
keep the trees < d shrubs In
good c ndltlon after they are
set out
The plans to beautify Camp
Coiner resulted from the ef-
forts of a committee of resi-
dents of the local rate com-
munity who requested the
Ground Maintenance Division
to make the plantings. The
committee Includes Leroy Cock-
burn, Leon W. Watts, I. V. But-
ler, H. W. Rerrle, M. McLean,
H. V. Parker and W. J. Bernard.
Their request to the Grounds
Maintenance Division stated:
The townsite at Camp Coi-
ner Is nearlng completion and
It has developed Into the fin-
est settlement for Local Rate
employes on the Canal Zone.
"It is the desire of all the
residents to make It even more
beautiful because we are all
proud of It.
"It Is for this reason that
we address you, to ask that you
be good enough to plant hedg-
es around the houses, and any
other plants you may deem ne-
cessary to further beautify the
place."
The planting will start about
the first of June and will In-
clude the placing of street
trees and shade trees between
the quarters and planting of
someshrubbery. The coopera-
tion between residents and the
Grounds Maintenance Division
on the project to beautify the
townsite has been initiated as
something of an experiment
which might be extended to
other communities whose resi-
dents express similar interest
In such projects.
Elevator Operator Escaped
Blast; Served PC 46 Years
JOSEPH C. TULL opened up the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights for the last time this week and left the Canal
organization after 46 years of service in which he had never
missed a day's work.
Joseph C. Tu)l had been on the
job for the Panama Canal every
working day for 46 years when
he left the organization for good
this week.
The 74-year-old Janitor "open-
ed up" the Administration Build-
ing at Balboa Heights at 5:30
a.m. Tuesday, and worked until
3:30 p.m. In the afternoon as
usual.
On Wednesday morning, he
was at home In Red Tank with
his wife just beginning to break
the work habit that nad been
built up over a period of almost
half a century. He wasn't sure
he was going to like the Idea of
cutting down Sosa Hill, and then
served in the boiler shop of the
Mechanical Division until the end
of the first World War.
Transferred to the Building Di-
vision which was then building
houses in the Balboa area, he
helped unload the roofing tile
and pipes that' went Into the
new homes.
In 1925. he. became a Janitor
In the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights and remained
there for 26 years until his
Canal service ended Tuesday.
Adenauer Promises
Crackdown On Trade
Wilh Red Countries
BONN, May 1 (UP). West
German Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer today promised a gov-
ernment crackdown on illegal
shipments of millions of dollars
worth of strategic goods to Com-
munist China and Soviet satel-
lites.
In a 90-mlnute conference with
U. S. High Commissioner John
J. McCloy, the chancellor said his
government will establish ef-
ficient and effective controls over
exports behind the iron curtain.
*
The two men, accompanied by
advisers and economic special-
ists, reviewed West German trade
relations with Soviet orbit na-
tions and discussed both pre-
vailing and proposed control de-
vices.
For McCloy the meeting also
was an opportunity to gather
material for a Congressional ap-
pearance next month. He plans
to go to Washington early In
June, and will testify before the
Senate Export Controls sub-
commltte.
Members and Investigators of
the committee have estimated
that as much as $1,000,000,000
worth of Important goods has
filtered illegally to Russia and
other Communist countries from
West Germany, since the end of
the war.
The committee also has called
attention to a huge increase In
West Germany's legal exports to
China since 1949 and declared
that smuggled goods In that di-
rection "were probably even more
Important."
rr/arlan ^Jrnderin Jo Jrnclud
panam Jn <=JLjr Concert Jour*
1st. and Isaac Jofe. a personal se-
cretary. She Is due back In the
United States Immediately after'
her Panama date so as to do somej
special recordings.
About 50,000 people In Cuba,
Puerto Rico, Barranqullla. Call
and Quito have already heard
Marlon Anderson, who U now on
a Caribbean-Latin merican con-
cert tour. Advanced box office
notices Indicate that another
twelve to fifteen thousand more
will overflow the music centers
of Lima. Santiago de Chile. Bogo-
ta and Medelln to listen to the
noble, and impressive artistry of
the world-famous contralto be-
fore she arrives in Panama.
This week Peter Goldbaum of
F.cuador's Lido Cone e r t and
Theatrical Company, flew to the
Isthmus to conclude negotiations
With WESTERMAN CONCERTS I diana,
for presentation of Miss Anderson | During his leave of absence!.
In Panama City. Her sole Isth- j from the Canal organization, he
mlan performance will be at the will attend a personnel manage-
Central Theater on June 19. I ment course at the Adjutant
the Lido, has been acting as Miss I General's School at Fort Benja-*
Oster To Study
Personnel Work
At AC School
John F. Oster, Chief of the
Wage and Classification Division,*
left the Isthmus Friday -for si
short period of Active Army duty
at Fort Benjamin Harrison, In
the Lido, ha sbeen actlnfr as Miss
Anderson's personal representa-
tive for all of the engagements
on her present $100.000 tour, the
rights of which he acquired from
her foreign agent. Ernesto Que-
sado of the Daniel Society.
Panama Is the only one of twelve
countries on the present series
where Goldbaum will not actual-
ly promote Miss Anderson's con-
cert, or serve as co-promoter.
George W. Westerman. director
of Westerman Concerts, declined
Goldbaum's offer of even a jolnt-
sponsorshlp for the big cultural
venture. Insisting that his or-
ganization could handle the pro-
motion satisfactorily. The local
empresario was supported In his
stand by Herbert DeCastro who
for the past 20 years has handled*
artists for the Daniel Society on
the Isthmus.
Miss Anderson Is being accom-
panied by Franz Rupp. her plan-
mln Harrison. He will return tot.
his Canal duties about the first
of July.
During Oster's absence, EdwardI
M. Altman will act as Chief" ot
the Wage and Classification Dl-
vision and Secretary of the Wag*
Board.
Commdr. Buckley
Arrives To Join
Caribbean Command?

Commander Russel H. Buckle*
lUSN), has arrived in the Can*
Zone to join the staff of Carib-
bean Command.
Commander Buckley will be
designated as Assistant Director
or Plans and Operations for Ca-
ribbean Command.
Buckley and his family will re4
side at Quarry Heights, Canal
Zone,
Hurricane Churns
resting instead of working every! .^ M|_At|antc
Departure
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos de Janon
left yesterday on a vacation trip
to Cuba and the United States.
Miss Stary Pledged
to Sorority
Word has been received that
Mary Ellen Stacy, freshman at
the University of Colorado at
Boulder, has been pledged to
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Miss Stacv graduated from
Balboa High School last year and
was valedictorian of her class. At
Boulder, she Is treasurer and past
representative of her dormitory.
day
Originally a contract laborer,
he arrived at Mandlngo on the
Atlantic side of the Isthmus
March 23. 1905, about a year af-
ter the United States assumed
the interests of the French Ca-
nal Company.
He came from Barbados, where
he had been a field hand. With
MIAMI. Fla.. May 19 (UP>.
An 80-mile an hour hurricane
whirled aimlessly In the Atlantic
Ocean north of the Bahama Is-
lands today after throwing a
scare at the Florida gold coast.
The Weather Bureau placed
the hurricane 150 miles east of
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two friendV who returned to JUP,ter near West Beach, moving
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on the Isthmus. to remaln on the alert ior th*
He worked for about a year
on a utility gang when he first
came to the Canal Zone, and
then became a plckman on a
steam shovel gang, digging the
pits for the tracks on which the
steam shovel moved. In this Job,
he worked from Chagres to Em-
pire and back again until the Ca-
nal was completed.
His most vivid memory of
these years was the big explosion
which "blow down the hill" at
Bas Obispo only about ten min-
utes after he had walked over
"That very hill" on December 12,
1909. The worst ot several pre-
mature explosions of dynamite
that year, the accident in the
Cut at Bas Obispo killed 26 and
Injured about 40 workmen.
Tu li said he left his steam
shovel at Las Cascadas at 11 a.m..
walked over the hill at Bas Obls-
! po to go to the pay office and
"then it went off at 11:00. He
didn't go back to see what hap-
! pened. he said, but went right
down the railroad track to go
home to Mandlngo. learning the
details of the accident later from
i people who were near when It
i happened.
After the Canal was completed,
he worked on a steam shovel
Ufa
anania
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The freakish storm was spawn-
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southward toward the tourist
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causing some hurricane-weary
residents to bring out the shut-
ters for the first time this year.
But the storm suddenly switch-
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mainland, glvlni? South Florl-
dlans what they hope will be an-
other two or three months respite
from the big tropical tempests.
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tATCRDAY, MAT II, mi
Retain Slim Lead With Win Over Cards
It Uiere wai any such gimmick in bastball th bait bet in the
National League this year would be the Mold. It'a beginning to
shape up like the Derby, a wide-open race anybody can win. Only
'j famei leparate top from bottom.
Stan Musial. the Cards star, may have called It right In
March when I put him on the spot for a pick . "The Dodgers
lisye the most big-league playera and should win, but It looks
like a rat race." Thus splitting mice from men becomes the
"problem.
The early stages of a pennant marathon are hardly ever
: Indicative, seldom even revealing. Two weeks ago, for Instance,
sou wouldn't have given a quarter for the Giants' chances. They
ycre in the midst of a monstrous losing streak that was to ex-
tend to 11. Tuesday they started the first Western swing only
.thjee games off the pace.
.';" It is probably significant that no Eastern rivalwhere most
...01 Hie league strength supposedly lieswas able to capitalize on
e Oiants- misery. None of them could pull away. The obvious
TJference Is thai, there is no standout club' in these parts. But
,.that could be misleading. A month from now the evidence should
*1>C more persuasive.
Although the entries have barely reached the first turn, there
m haa already been a singular development. Eddie Sawver, man-
"*g,V of the flag-defending Phillies, is on record as stating his
;,tien can't repeat. . "We aren't good enough. . ." It is not
jUte custom of a manager to throw in tht towel so early. The
effect on club moral is not likely to be beneficial. Yet Sawyer
may be both frank and accurate in his appraisal.

, :* NO REPEATER SINCE 1M4
The Phillies were an upset winner last year. And, to the ex-
tent that they escaped injuries and there was no strain on their
limited reserves, a lucky winner. Curt Simmons dislocated the
preseason figures, a 17-game winner who was thought to be at
,*fcst a year away. Now in the Army, his absence is acutely felt,
and without him the champions must struggle to make third or
fiurth.
Incidentally, the old league hasn't had a repeat champion
since '44 when the Cards completed a run of three. They were
the last club to exert take-charge influence. The record in the
American is no more lustrous. Until the Yankees did it last
season there hadn't been a repeater since "43. This was also the
^Ifldup of a run of three.
There have been early season flurries by both the Pirates
and the Cubs, neither of whom went to the post wilh flrst-divi-
$ri*fi support. As they played hosts to Eastern Invaders they had
won as many as they had lostand the Pirates' Cliff Chambers
had spun a no-hitter to take the spotlight away from Ralph
Kiner's stick and Branch Rickey's tonsils.
- But the probability of these two clubs improving their early
ftftbd, or even maintaining it. Is not encouraging. More than
likely this is merely illustrative of the madness of spring base-
bail Much more surprising la the fact that Cincinnati has not
atrtie better. The Reds' pitchers have not been running to their
Works.
The Cards haven't been Impressive, either. Mary Marlon, th
new manager. Is not finding it simple to solve the problems he
Inherited. The experiment with Musial in center was soon aban-
1
Red Sox-Browns, Cards-Pirates I Gaviln Easily
Complete Last Minute Exchanges Wins Welter
Championship
By UNITED PRESS
Red Sox players ware idle
Thursday, but their front office
was busy' Boston got catcher Las
Moss from the Browns in return .
for thrte players and cash. The
players are catcher Matt Batts
and Jim 6ucheckl, a pitcher now
with Louisville. The third player,
so far unnamed, goes to the
Browns at the end of the season.
The St. Louis Cardinals com-
pleted a two-for-one swap they
hope will fill the gap left by their
ailing manager and shortstop,
Marty Marion.
The slumping Redbirds got
shortstop Stan Rojek from the
Pittsburgh Pirates In exchange
for relief pitcher Erv Dusak and
first baseman Glenn Nelson. Du-
sak Is a converted outfielder who
appeared in five relief roles for
the Cards this season. Nelson has
batted 2'm jn eight games this
season.
Record Enrollment Assureg
May 30 Track Meet Success
tioned. First base Is not the only infield headache and the club is
^asl in hitting at .226 with only 12 homers. Among other things
Marion misses Marion at short. It may be safe to count them out.
~ WEATHER MAKES A DIFFERENCE
_ How goes it with the Bums? Well, the least you can sav for
them is that they have held their own. Pitching continues
a source of mental anguish for Charley Dressen. who has been
assigned the task of demonstrating that Burt Shotton lacked
the proper approach. Once past Preacher Roe and Don New-
co.mbe there isn't much in the box and Ervln Palica's Army
status (he's in. he's out, does not invite security. But the Bums
are hitting. They lead the league. They have speed and man-
euverability, qualities which help to offset pitching weakness.
The Giants are hitting somewhat better. Now and then they
come up with the big Inning. This was beyond their strength
a year ago. Sal Magile has picked up where he left off in the
box a year ago. Jim Hearn the other surprise winner, has been
less commanding and Judgment is withheld. The Giants surely
aren't as bad as they looked a fortnight ago. Whether thev rate
the popular choice to wina choice with which this column
dissentedremains to be seen.
In examining prospects at this stage it is well to keep In mind
the weather factor. In July heat he fields harden and the vet-
erans soften. The Braves were in contention until the dog days
caught up w'/i them a year ago. That could happen again. The
Cards best chance was a fast break: Their old guys aren't suited
to .down the stretch toil.
Rojek Is a weak hitter, but a
fine fielding shortstop. That's
been a Cardinal weakness since
last season when Marion Mr.
Shortstop himself came up
with knee injuries. A winter
operation failed to mend the In-
juries and Marion has tone his
managing from the bench.
"We hope the deal will streng-
then our infield,'1 says Cardinal
Owner Fred Saigh. "Rojek is a
capable reserve and should help
us where we need It most."
National League President Ford
Frick liad given the Cards a 13-
hour extension beyond the mid-
night deadline for cutting down
to 25 player: Saigh had expiat-
ed the deal was in the works, but
the details had to be worked out.
So Frick okayed the extension.
Most of the teams dropped to
the limit by shipping out rookies,
But the New York Yankees cut
loose their former relief ace Joe
Page. The 33-year-old lefty,
whose bullpen work sparked
Yankee's pennant drives in 1947
and '49. went to Kansas City on
24-hour recall.
"I sure hate to leave." said
Page before shoving off. "But it's
good to know, at least, that I can
come back. I've had some great
thrills with the Yankees."
The arm trouble that hit Pag*
last year kept Joe on the bench
this season.
"It's a wonder I lasted as long
as I did," says Page. "With all
these young fellows around, the
Yankees just couldn't afford to
carry me."
Page will draw $22.500 at Kan-
sas City, ills salary as a Yankee.
"Kansas City is a good hot-
weather town," says Page, "and I
think that will help me work out
the soreness. I think I can come
back."
A record enrollment of 205 athletes assures the success of
the Canal Zone Track, Field, and Cycle Championships which
will be held on Memorial Day, at the La Boca Ball Park.
Not since the 1938 Central American Olympics at Panama's
National 8tadlum has there been such widespread local Interest
in a track meet. Prepared to battle for the Isthmian track
iltjes are Impressive squads from the following clubs. Polica Club
of Panama City. Club Mercurio of La Boca. Balcrlstp Club of the
US. Rate Canal Zone towns, Red Tank Athletic Club, Chagres
Athletic Club, Silver City Athletic Club, Abel Bravo Club and 8t
Joseph's CYO of Colon, and Club Los 800 and Club Juniors of
Panama City.
Qualifying heats in the sprints and the 400-meter races will
oe held at 9:30 a.m., May 30th, at the La Boca Ball Park. The
main program will get started at 2 p.m.
Arrangements are being made to have the first, second, and
third place winners of the Armed Forces Track Championships
compete :n the Canal Zone Championships
The Drogram follows:
ELIMINATIONS
Men, "B".
Men, "A",
Girls,
Men, "B",
Girls.
Men. "A",
Men, "B".
Girls,
Men, "A".
9:30 a.m.
9:40 a.m.
9:50 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
10:25 a.m.
40:39 a.m.
10:45 a.m.
11:00 ajn
11:10 a.m.
11:46 a.m.
Sluarter-flnaU
eml-flnals
Semi-finals
Quarter-finals
Semi-finals
8emi-flnata
8emi-finals
Semi-finals
Semi-tinala
Semi-finals
8eml-finaU
100 Meters.
100 Meters.
50 Meters,
200 Meters.
75 Meters,
200 Meters.
100 Meters,
100 Meters.
400 Meters.
200 Meters. Men, "B"
400 Meters, Men, "B"
FINALS
2:00 p.m\ 1500 Meters. Men "A"
Shot Put, Open
High Jump. Open
2:10 p.m. 100 Meters, Man "A"
100 Meters, Man "B"
50 Meters, Girls
2:25 p.m. 1 Mile. Cycle. Messengers
2:30 p.m. 400 Meters. Cycle. Pursuit, Class A
2:40 p.m. 400 Meters, Man, "A"
400 Meters, Man, "B"
2:50 pjn. 75 Meters, Girls
2:55 p.m. 2 Miles. Cycle, Class B
3:00 p.m. i' Miles, Cycle, Messengers
Pole Vault. Open
1:05 p.m. 200 Meters. Men, "A"
200 Meters. Man, "B"
3:15 p.m. Discus Men Open
Broad Jump
1:30 p.m. 800 Meters. Men Open
3:40 p.m. 100 Meters, Girls
3 45 p.m. 3 Miles Cvcle, Class A
3:55 p.m. 4x100, Relay. Men, "B"
4x100. Relay, Men, "A"
4x100. Relay. Girls
4:16 p.m. 1000 Meters. Cycle. "B"
1000 Meters. Cycle, "A"
4:30 pm. 4x400. Relay. Men, "A"
4:40 o.m. S Miles. Cycle, Open
4:45 p.m. Marathon, Pedro Miguel-La Boca
Walker Cooper's five hits, in-
cluding a homer and triple,
paced the Braves to a 12-3 tri-
umph over the Pirates at Pitts-
burgh In an arc-light contesta.
In another night game, the
Tigers came from behind in the
ninth inning with a flurry of six
runs to beat the Athletic 9-6 at
Philadelphia.
Mickey McDermott itched
six-hit ball to five the Red Sox
a 2-1 victory over the Indians
in a mound duel with Mike
Garcia in which neither hurler
gave up a tally until the eighth
inning.
The Chicago White Sox, win-
ning their third game in a row,
inflicted the first defeat of the
season to the Yankees on their
home grounds.
Lefty Bill Pierce fashioned a
7-4 triumph. It was the ninth
victory In the White Sox' last
eleven games.
The Cubs, almost as Impressive
recently, won their sixth in a row
while battering the Phillies 18-9
in a home run fiesta, which in-




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Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YONKERS. New York, May 19
(UPi. A Harness Racing Se-
curity Bureau has been set up
because of reports that a driver
at the Yonkers. New York, track
was asked to throw a race.
Cliff Biirgett allegedly charged
that several other drivers tried
to force him to throw races. He I
appaerd before State Harness I YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Racing Commission members i Phil. eit 811 *-9 II 1
Herman Orannis and Hamilton Chicago 523 701 llx-ll 17 1
Oaddls last Friday night. The of- I oistante (1-1), MlUer, Candl-
flcials also talked with drivers; nl. Johnson and Semlnick
Billy Haughton and Lawrence Schulls. Iown (1-1), Leonard and
Powers. Walker.
Commission officials declined i _
comment on what developed at i
the hearings, Yonkers Raceway j
president, William Cane, an-
Teams W
New York . It
Detroit
. 15
Washington . 15
Boston . 13
Cleveland . . 12
Philadelphia
St. Louis . t
L Pet.
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9 .823
10 .680
11 .577
1 .520
13 .480
20 .286
21 .278
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Boston.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at Washington.
Chicago at New York.
By JACK Cl'DDY
United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK. May 19. Kid
| Gaviln of Cuba won the welter-
weight championship so easily
from Johnny Bratton last night
that he craves a'big money fight
with middleweight Rockv Gra-
ziano before defending his new
147-pound crown.
Gaviln said, "It was the eas-
iest fight of my life," after h
had been awarded a unanimous
15-round decision before 11,747
fans at Madison Square Garden.
Bratton claimed to have frac-
tured a bone In the back of the
middle of his knuckle.
The Cuban won not only Brat-
ton's NBA title but also recogni-
tion by the New York Boxing
Commission.
Gaviln, treating the crowd
to a magnificent exhibition of
flashing left jabs, left hooks
and bolo uppercuts, wrapped up
the bout in the last eight
rounds because of his superior
stamina.
The brown-skinned Bratton
weathered a severe beating on
the ropes In the first round and
then Rave Gaviln stiff competi-
tion for the next six. Then he
faded and, the championship tilt
became such a pursuit race that
the fans were booing lustily In
the tenth round.
Bratton may have been saved
by the bell in the eleventh ses-
sion for ha was staggered with
a smashing straight right to the
chin a few seconds before the bell
rang and was the hardest punch
of the fight.
Bratton was also shaken up
in several other rounds al-
though there were no knock-
downs in the bout. He suffered
a slight gash in the left brow
in the ninth round and wound
up with a swollen left cheek.
Gaviln. 35. appeared "sharp-
er than in any of his previous
17 Garden appearances. His
blinding speed and surprising
stamina evoked constant yells of
elation from a contingent of 800
fans from Cuba during the later
rounds.
Old Gaviln weighed 1441a
pounds. The 23-year-old Bratton
scaled exactly 147 pounds. The
defeat snapped his victory string
at five straight.
Gaviln and managers now
want an outdoor fight with ex-
Middlewelght Champion Rocky a college ral'ly.
SiiVp Sin y f.tead~o Id*" I Junlor Collee ended * *me
fense against Billy Graham. | with four men on the court as
wh 55SSSf ind. a,r*hm " i Manager Calvin. Goodlng, Rob-
aba h?Wage.dby Irvln Cohen ert Joseph-, Frank Russell and
nl~k ^ochUes.the 8ft may Clarence Skeete all when out on
fouls.
Top scorer for Junior College
was Mllford Abrahams with 22
points and Frank Russell 10: R.
Goodlng with 22. and R. Goddard
with 14 led the 8. C. H. S. quintet.
LA BOCA JUNIOR COLLEGE
FG FT PF Pts.
Preacher Roe Is Winner;
Braves Dump Bucs 12-3
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 19 Pr.achtr Ros of tht Dodasn
throw a seven-hitter last night as Brooklyn retained" its
sitndor lead of first placo with a 6^3 victory over the Car-
dinals at St. Louis.
by
eluded a grand slammer
rookie Johnny Cuslck.
Sal Maglie won hi* fifth
straight as the Giants beat the
Reds 4-3 a Cincinnati night
tame.
The Senators kept within threa
games of the pacesettlng Yank-
ees by virtue of an easy 8-2 tri-
umph over the lowly Browns in
a Washington after-dark con-
test.
Silver City Beats
La Boca JC 51-48
In Hoop Opener
Silver City Occupational High
School took the first game of the
interscholastic basketball season
by defeating La Boca Junior Col-
lege, 51-48.
Junior College did not seem to
pack the power they displayed
in workout, plus the absence of
their 8" 8'i" pivot man Carl Rus-
sell just couldn't get started. The
first quarter ended 15-12 In fa-
vor of Silver City has R. Goodlng
playing very aggressive penetrat-
ed time and again Junior College
defense to sink 8 of the 15
points.
At the half it was 8llver City
still on top 24-21. In the third
quarter Scott's lads scored 8
points to J. Q.'B 9 with the score
at the end of this quarter 32-30,
but that was. as close as Junior
College could make it as the Sil-
ver City reserve came in during
the fourth quarter to starve off
Silver City Sports
The Intramural Swimming
Meet which commences Wed-
nesday, May 23, will present
one of the most spectacular
events in the history of Silver
City intramural activities.
There are 33 enrolled students
from the Senior Hi Schoo.,
Boys; 21 from the Junior Hi
8cnool, Boys; and lfi girls from
the Senior and Junior Hi
Schools combined.
The list of events for Senior
High School boyo are 100 ft,
300 ft., 1000 ft., and relay (free
style); 100 ft. breast stroke.
events for the, Junior High
School boys are 100 It., 200 n.,
and 400 it. and relay (free
style).
vents for- the Senipr and
Junior High School Girls are
100 ft., 200 ft., and relay (free
style).
intramural Volleyball
Intramural volleyball for Ju-
nior High School students flnus
the Wildcats, Buffaloes and
Lions leading the league wuu
one win eacn. The league is a
bit retarded due to the regular
torrential showers.
Community Softball
In the second game of tha
Tinrd Round of the Men's Com-
munity "B" League, the C.Y.O.
and Riviera Softball Squads
battled a thrilling 4-4 tie. Tne
C.Y.O. lads collected- 7 hits
while Riviera had 8.
Batteries were: C.Y.O.Quin-
lan, Munez and Haynes, Ri-
vieraClarke and Lewis.
Tha Standings
Dodgers
C. Y. O.
Falcons
Beavers
Riviera ,
.750
.825
.558
.558
.000
(Night Game)
Boston 12, Pittsburgh I.
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Brooklyn 8, SI. UuU S.
Frank Stranahan
To Try For Grand
Slam This Year
LONDON, May 19 UP>.Bor-
rowing a baseball expression,
husky Frank Stranahan says his
goal is "four-for-four" this year
in golf.
The Toledo muscleman wants
to become the second player ever
to win the British and American
Open and Amateur Oolf Tourna-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago Ml M9 2487 J 1
New York 200 001 0104 11 3
^Fierce (4-2) and Mas!, Miarnos.
She. (1-1), Ostrowski and Berra.
be arranged with the consent of
the New York Boxing Commis-
sion.
Gaviln was favored at 2-1
last night and the priee provea
right. The gross gate of $55,-
831 was about thetiie expected.
Each fighter will receive 274
per cent of the net gate and
each will get S2.SO0 from tole-
Referee Ruby Goldstein scored C. Goodlng 4
eight rounds for Gaviln, five for F. Russell 5
Bratton and two even. Judges
Arthur 8chwartz and Joe Agnello
*g**d ,ln unison for Gaviln 11-4.
The United Press favored Gavi-
ln eleven-three-one.
Although Gaviln, who failed to
wrest the title from Ray Robin-
son in 1949. is ndw recognised as
champion by the NBA and the
New York Commission, he will
not receive recognition from the
R. Joseph 3
M. Abrahams 8
C. Skeete .1
O. Hamilton 0
C. Thomas . 0
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SILVER CITY H. SCHOOL
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R. Goddard
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Boston M 000 02x2 9 9
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(Night Game)
Detreit 9, Philadelphia 8.
iv u. Washington 4, St. Loab 8.
Bratton Suffers
Fractured Jaw
And Right Wrist
NEW YOKE, May 19 (UP). -
X-rays showed that Johnny
ments in the same year. Bobby Bratton suffered a fractured Jaw
Jones did it in 1930. The first step; as well as a fractured wrist on
I the British Amateur tourney: his right band In the champion-
onday near Car- shi fight with Kid Gaviln last
Hm^l?0Xln* Unlon untU he Charles
defends his crown against Eddie
Thomas of Wales.
Grahams .
Thomas .
Brathwaite
Watson ,
Reid .
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14
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5
4
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2
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Community Track and Field
How that the May 30 Track
and Field Meet Is only a week
away, the athletes are spend*
lng moro time to get Into tip*
top shape to prove their prow-
ess.
Athletes such as Valentin*
DeSousa, Harold Brown, Pan*
ton Crcmwell, Vivian Smith,
Wilfred McLeod, Jean DaCosta,
Sylvia Webster, Dolores Wor-
rell and Constance Warner will
surely be a eredit to their
community when they appear
with trophies acclaiming their
victories.
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La Boca Sports
The La Boca C. C. Isthmian
Champions for the last 2 years
will play a friendly game with
the Chagres C. C. tomorrow a
12:30 p.m.
Captain Elbert Belgrave of tha
La Boca C. C. has schedule a
series of friendly games to keep
his lads in shape for the Isth-
mian series with the Champions
of the Atlantic Cricket League
The La Boca XI will be chosen,
from the following: W. Ford C,
Lashley, McLeod, E. Best, L.
Roberts, E. Roberts, M. Grunnum,
C. Greaves A. Bowen, Brathwaite,
W. Mike, C. Lord and M. Edghlll.
which opens Monday
dlff, Wales.
"I'm going back to the States
Bratton told the state medical
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Stranahan says he hasn't play- \ Jawbone just below his ear.
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1 the British Amateur takes place. This U the third time in his
but is looking forward to the ex- rbtg career that Bratton has suf-
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I Frank, principally because It is feerth round and this explained
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FRIENDS SHAKE HONORS AT BON VOTAOE SHOWER
Mm. i. E. Erlkson and Mrs. Charles Bath were ce-hos-
Iihn for a bon voyage handkerchief shower fen at the
horn* of Mrs. Erlks*n In Margarita last evening for Mrs.
Maurice McCullough and Mr. Maxwell SanRers, who are
tearing n June lit for the States.
After the Rifts wore opened des-
sert was served and the ladies
played bridge. The ether guests
were: Mrs. B. D. Humphrey. Mrs.
Parker Hanna. Mrs. Sam Rowley.
Mrs. Bruce Sanders. Mrs. Harold
Chambers. Mrs. Irl Sanders. Jr.,
Mrs. Worden French. Mrs. Roy
Perkins. Mrs. Wendell Cotton.
Mrs. David Marshal. Mrs. Herbert
Entelke, Mrs. Robert Rathgaber.
Mrs. Ross Cunningham and Mrs.
Thomas Ran kin.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R Self, of
Fort Oulick. entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Gillis and family for
dinner on the eve of their depar-
ture for the States where they
will reside.
The children who Were alio
present were: Walter. Eleanor
and Gay GUlts and Jo Ann and
Marilyn Self.
Port Davis Ladle* Club
Elects Officers
The Fort Davis Ladles Club met
at the Officers Club Thursday for
a morning of cards and their
monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs.
S. J. Verga and Mm. Clarence
Strike were hostesses for the,
luncheon.
Mrs. Albert A. Plcclrllll. retiring
president, presided at the elec-
tion of the new oflcers. Those
elected were: President. Mrs. Jas.
Jess, vice president, Mrs. Man-
ning Hutchinson, secretary-treas-
urer. Mrs. 8. J. Verga.
Mrs. Harold Goslln .of Fort
Clayton, was the uuest of Mrs.
Thomas M. Larner and Mrs. Fred
WlUoughby. of Fort Kobbe. was
Mrs. Jame Scarborough'> lun-
cheon guest.
Mrs. Peter P. Panagopoulos was
welcomed as a new member.
Mrs. Walter Skeistaitls and
Mrs. James Scarborough won the
bridge prizes and Mrs. Ovidio Pe-
Mjez Jr., won the door prize.
r*jt was decided that the club
would not meet araln until Sep-
tember.
The other members present
ewre: Mrs. Thomas M. Larner,
Mrs. J. H. Wlggs. Mrs. Walter
Skeistaitls. Mrs. W. C. Schmidt.
Mrs. B. K. Ogan. Mrs. Truman
Bennett. Mm. Mllo 8. Gardner,
Mrs. Louis Fournler. Mrs. George
W. Kennedy. Mrs. Robert Carroll.
Mrs. Henry Hartwig. Mrs. H. F.
Green Mrs. A. E. Hill. Mm. David
Kuhn. Mrs. Kerdis Meeks. Mrs.
George Poole. Jr.. and Mrs. John
Sofka.
for, Jr.. and Mm. F. A. Kraft
Mrs. Fred Wroble and Mrs. F. W.
Cottrell were also welcomed as
returning to the League.
The captains for the teams In
the new league were selected
from the four high averages.
Thev will he Mrs. J. W. Schwartz.
Mrs. Fred Wrobles. Mrs. E. L. Ha-
mon and Mrs. Thomas Oreen-
wood.
The other ladle present were:
Mm. W. E. Sandi. Mm. George El-
lis Mrs. H. E. Walthers. Mm. P.
L. Balav, Mm. 8. J. Ducote and
Mm. M. A. Loy._____
Annual Dinner Given
bv National Honor Society
The annual dinner which is
given bv the National Honor Bo-
cletv of the Cristobal High 8chool
was held Thursday evening at the
Hotel Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck and
Mn. O. E. Jorstad were guests lor
the evening. Also present were
the co-sponsors. Miss Jeanne
Brown and Mr. O. E. Jorstad.
The members of the Society
who attended were: Misses San-
dra Hammond. Nellie Holgerson.
Francs Wong and Jane Compton
with Meiirs Albert Attla. Bill
Knott and Henry Wachtel.
Morning at Fort GnllcS
Mrs. Mvron Smith, vice-presi-
dent of the Fort Gullck Ladles
Club presided at the club meet-
ing and morning coffee Thursday
at ihe Gullck Officers" Club. ;
Mrs. Robert E. Humphreys, who
was attending her first meretlnR
of the club was Introduced to the
members. Also present as a visi-
tor was Mm. Sam Beyers, from
the Army Education center.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Maurice Webb and Mrs. Lee
Montgomery. Mrs. Robert E. Hall
and Mrs. James Pumpelly presid-
ed at the rofee services.
Farewell was said to Mrs. David
McCracken Mr*. James E. Bow-
en, Jr.. and Mr Paul L. McCrll-
11s who are leaving on vacations
and Mrs. Joseph Kormyle who Is
leaving with her husband for du-
ty in the 8tate8.
Mra. Joieph Wallace won the
door prize.
Bowline Luncheon
at Hotel Washington
The Coco 8olo Ladies Bowling
League held a luncheon at the
Hotel Washington yesterday at
the close of a series of games.
The following members of the
winning team received awards:
Mrs. J. W. Schwartz, the captain,
had the high average, with *
150: Mrs. Thomas Greenwood had
the high series with 473 and Mrs.
P. J. Rlley had high game with
182. Others on the team were
Mrs. Chester Lucas and Mrs. E.
B. Heniley.
The retiring president. Mrs. E.
L. Hamon welcomed the follow-
ing new members. Mrs. L. L.
Koepke. Mrs. E. D. Schrader. Mrs.
M. L. Lllllboe. Mrs. Robert Schaf-
Mothers Complimented
with Breakfast
The members of the first ne-
rlod Home Economics Class at the
Crlitobal High School entertain-
ed Friday with a breakfast In
their classroom to honor their
mothers.
The hostesses. Esther Reynolds
and Pamela Hawthorne, welcom-
ed the guests. The garden scene,
which centered the buffet table
and the buffet service were ar-
ranged by Florence Baker. Shir-
ley Tobln. Vilma Rodrigues and
Mary Ann Brassell.
Corsage* of white coffee roses
were made bv Joan Brennan for
the visitors, who also received
Chinese Figurine. Patricia Roddv
was in charge of the guest book
and served the coffee.
Mary Ann Brassell. Joan Bren
nan and Vilma Rodriguez served ;
the fruit juice.
The mothers who attended
were: Mrs. James J. Evans. Mrs
Lloyd Baker. Mrs. Rafael De Boy-
rle. Mrs. Edwin Roddy. Mm. Har-
ris Turner, Mm. Kenneth Bras-
icll Mrs. David Hawthorne. Mrs.
Rosa Tobln. Mrs. Daniel Rudge
and Mrs. William O' Hayer.
The girls who prepared and
served the breakfast were: Esther
Reynolds, Marcle Rudge. Marilyn
Chan. Sonla Rossello. Elaine o -
Haver, Charllne Turner and He-
len* De Boyrl.
Farewell Dinner for
Mr. and Mn. Wbidden
Mr. and M . Thomas Lutro,
Captain E. E. Branstetier ana Mr.
Willie Le Brance gave a dinner
party at the Ek's home Thursday
for Mr. and Mrs. John Whldden
before their departure the follow-
ing day to make their home in
the States.
Later in the evening the group
went to the Gatun acht Club to
see colored slides taken by Mr.
Le Brance. At this time Mr. Will-
iam Brooks and Mr. Lee Sparks
prerented Mr. Whldden an em-
blem from the Tarpon Club to be
used on hli oar,
The other members of the par-
ty were: Mr. and Mm. George
Zimmerman. Mr. Tommy Thomp-
son. Mr. H. E. Small. Sergeant and
Mrs. Robert O'Connor and Ml
Jimmy Weber of Gorgas Hospi-
tal _
Mrs. O'Connor and Miss Weber
were also honored at the party.
Miss Weber sailed Friday for a
vacation In North Carolina and
Mrs. O'Connor is leaving today for
a vaactlon In Pennsylvania.
Benefit Card Party
The card party which was giv-
en at the Gatun Masonic Tem-
ple Thursday evening for the Oa-
tun Union Church Auxiliary, was
a very successful affair.
Prizes were donated by P- Jhan-
glmal. Shaw's. Bee of Palacio
Gandhi and the Honest Store
Mr. Emmett Argo won a crystal
vase, Mrs. C. D. Collins and Mrs.
L. E. Stevens won the other draw
prizes-
Mrs. David Howe was chairman
in charge of the affair. 8he wish-
es to take this opportunity to
thank all who assisted by their
donations, work, or attendance In
making It successful.
Dedication of Church
of the Holy Family
The Church of the Holy Family
in Margarita will be dedicated at
9:00 a.m. Sunday with Monslgnor
Paul Bernler, Charge d'affaires
of Panama officiating. High Maas
will follow the dedication. Rev.
J. Raymond Mchate. Superior of
the Vincentlan Fathers In Pana-
ma will be the celebrant of the
Greeks, Turks, Would
Stiffen Ike's Army
By Lyle C. WlUon
WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP)
Turkey and Greece could add
thirty uivlilom of aggressive
fighting men to Gerieral Elsen-
hower's North Atlantic tie*t.y
Organization (NATO) Armies.
They will come under his com-
mand If the other member na-
tion* agree to the United
States proposal that Greece and
Turkey be admitted.
The Eastern Mediterranean is
lome miles from the nearest
Atlantic waters, but Italy is a
NATO member In good stand-
ing, so why not Turkey and
Greece?
If they are admitted there
will remain only one big source
of antl-communlst fighting po-
wer to be added to Elsenhower's
forces. That Is Spain.
As of last Jan. 17, the United
States and Spain became
friends again and the United
States ceased for good to urge
the Spanish people to kick
Generalissimo r'ranco out of of-
fice.
Washington and Madrid ex-
changed ambassadors then, re-
suming the full diplomatic re-
lations which have been Inter-
rupted between many nations
and Spain, largely under com-
munist and European socialist
pressure exerted In the United
Nations.
It Is estimated that Spain
could come up with 22 divisions
of fighting men. They would
need much equipment.
The Turkish army consists
of about 18 ground divisions
and 15 air squadrons. The
Greeks have about 12 divisions.
Both armies are being reor-
ganized along United States
lines and equipped with United
States materiel under the su-
Bervlslon of United States ml-
tary missions.
John E. Peurlfoy, United
States Ambassador to Greece,
Is here on leave praising the
Chief NY Magistrate Charged
With Covering Up Police Graft
Greek and Turkish fighting
men and urging steps to make
them NATO allies. He said
they have the will to fight.
The Greek and Turkish arm-
ies are powerful striking forces.
The fact that the United
States has proposed their ad-
dition to the NATO forces pro-
bably Is largely due to Peurl-
foy s enthusiasm. But he is
supported by the Pentagon,
Air Secretary Thomas K. Fin-
letter returned last March from
! Eastern Mediterranean. He said:
"The Turkish Army's determin-
ation and morale are impres-
sive. It would give good ac-
count of itself, a good fighting
force. Th' Turks are not go-
ing to be pushed around."
He also said that both the
Turks and the Greeks were "on
our side" and he hoped they
i would stay there. Flnletter Is
| working out plans to give the
; Turks Jet fighters.
Both armies are concentrat-
I Ing on the development of non-
commissioned officers, the core
1 of a fighting force.
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Mass. The 4th degree Knights of
Columbus will act as honor
guards. Mass will be sung by the
choir of St. Mary's Academy. The
sacrament of confirmation will be
conferred at 3:00 p.m. by Bishop
Jose M. Preciado of Colon.
Vets Hear Lecture
By Dr. J. L. Byrd
On Public Health
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Veterinary me-
dical 8ociety was held Thursday
evening at the Hotel Washing-
ton. The guest of the evening,
Dr. Jesse L. Byrd. Health Officer
of Cristobal-Colon, addressed the
meeting on the public health
aspects of veterinary medical
practice. ,
Dr. Byrd spoke from his per-
sonal experience In public health
work In Panama for the past 34
years. He pointed out the great
changes and Improvements In the
dairy Industry and food Inspec-
tion service which have taken
plane during that time.
He attributed most of the cre-
dit for such improvement to the
Veterinarians serving with the
Health Bureau.
By Ptttr McBvoy
NEW YORK, May 19 (UP)
Former Mayor Wm. O'Dwyer's
Investigation commissioner John
M. Murtagh was charged to-
day with wilful neglect of duty
in falling lo repon what he
knew about the cay' gralt-rid-
den police department. -
At almost, the same moment,
Brooklyn racketeer Louis We-
ber drew the maximum sen-
tence of five years in jail and
a $2,000 fine for lying to the
senate crime committee about
bis relations with another top
O'Dwyer side, James J. Moran.
O'uwyer appointed both
Murtagh and Moran to plush
$lo,000-a-year city Jobs just
before he resigned as mayor to
become U. 8- Ambassador to
Mexico last year.
Murtagh, now chief magis-
trate of New York City, pleaded
innocent to charges that he
"wlllully and unlawfully failed,
neglected and omitted to re-
port to the mayor the reports
of investigations into the af-
fairs of the police department
of New York City.
"The charge Is a misdemean-
or and carries a maximum pe-
nalty of a year In lall and a
$500 fine.
Kings County Judge Samuel
8. Lelbowltz adjourned IVe case
until May 38 and paroled Mur-
tagh In the eustody of his at-
torney Lloyd Paul Stryker, de-1
fense attorney In the first per-
Jury trial of Alger Hiss.
It was Lelbowltz who last
month ordered the probe lnto
the activities of Murtagh's In-1
vestlgatlon department from
1846 to 1950.
"Just find out what .went on >
during the O'Dwyer adminis-
tration," Lelbowltz ordered a
Brooklyn grand Jury. "Get to
the bottom of It. The effluvium
is there. Just dig it out and
bring It out In the sunlight of
public opinion."
Brooklyn District Attorney i
Miles F. McDonald made the!
charges against Munagli per-
sonally In a district attorney's
information. Murtagh turned
crimson when he heard them.
Details of the charge were not
made public.
It Was McDonald who cracked
the 820,OOO,0O0-a year book-
making ring In Brooklyn that
paid police live per cent ot
their piuiiu for protection.
Two months ago Lelbowltz
told the Senate Crime Commit-
tee gamblers paid New York
cops $20,OCO,000 to $25,000,000 a
year lor protection.
Last week McDonald got In-
dictments against 72 policemen
on charges of accepting bribe
money by "bushel baskets' from
gambler* during the O'Dwyer
a dm In 1st rat ion.
Murtagh has risen hl^h and
fast In city circles. O'Dwyer
named his commissioner of In-
vestigation In 1948 when Mur-
tagh was 34 years old and fresh
out of the army.
Murtagh's family came from
'the same town In Ireland's
County Mayo as O'Dwyer. Dur-
ing the war, Murtagh worked
with O'Dwyer as an Investigat-
or into Army's Air Force frauds.
O'Dwyer told the Senate Crime
Committee that he was work-
ing on this army fraud case
when he went to a cocktail par-
ity .at the home of gambler
Frank Costello.
Murtagh wai questioned by
the Senate Crime Irivestlgatlnf
Committee here, about what h#
ever did with th* bookies num-
bers except file them away.
New Zone Stomp
Honors Labor
By West Indians
(The dictionary defines ef-
..jvium as: ''disagreeable ex-1
halations-from decaying mat-
ter.")
As the city's chief nlvestlgator.
Murtagh had boasted that
"there Isn't a wire In New York
used today for bookmaklng
that we don't know about. And
locked in filing cabinets are a
hundred thousand carefully ta-
bulated Index cardi. each with
detailed Information on book-
ies^_________________________
Wreng Car
L08 ALAMOS. N. M. (U.P.I.
Jose B. Tapia chose the wrong
car to force off the road. He
picked on a Los Alamos police
patrol car. He was charged with
drunken driving and was fined
$100.
The new Canal Zone ten-
eettt stamp commeoratWg the
contribution of West Indiana
to the construction of the Pa-
nama Can*! In the period from
1984 to 1814 will be placed
sale August 15, the anniversary
of the first Canal transit 1*
1914.
The new stamp is earnilne
red In color and pictures a>
rnup of laborers at work m
ulebra. new Oalllard, Cot.' It
was designed by Meade Bortn,
former Canal architect. .,
The new issue, of 588.888
stamps, Is now being printed, by
the Bureau of Engraving ana
Printinr in Washington.
Collectors who want first day
covers of the new stamp should
direct their requests to Be
Postmaster of the Balboa
Heights Postoffice which servo*
as philatelic agency for to*
postal system.
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00, and various other good cheap
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m', eomb'notjon, radio-victrola table
model, airway vacuum all attach-
B'rnents. double innerspring mot-
ees*, wogon tricycle. Albrook 7242.
SALE:Refrigerator Kelvinator,
} 60 cycle, in perfect condition.
452 La Carrasquillo.
FOR SALE:Packord two door se-
dan white wall tires, seat covers
in extremely good condition with
7.300 miles for B.2.000.00. Terms.
Call to Co. General de Seguros.
S. A. from 8:00 a. m. to 1:00 p.
m. 2-2040.
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket -88"
black Oldsmobile, De Luxe 2-door
sedan, Hydromatic Drive, radio,
WSW. directional lights, seat-
covers, chrome shades, under-
cooted, fender panels. Excellent
condition. Price $2.050.00. 5524-
C, Haines St.. Dioblo Hgts., Tel.
2-3289
JoT
*!
SALE:Household affects
furniture. Excellent condition,
Panama 3-1975 from 9 a. m.
5 p. m.
and I
Coll FOR
FOR SALE:Packord 4 Door Sedan
1942 model, rodio heoter, fog
lights, elec. windshield wipers, good
tires. Phone 3-2561.
to I
|R SALE:9 cu. ft. Frigidoire ice
box with deep freeze compartment,
latert model, 25 Cyl. all porcelain
naide ond out. Used 4 months.
Will sell for $400. Telephone
Ft. Amador 5238..
FOR SALE:Bargain! Westinghouse
Refr gerator. porcelain. Excellent
condition. Radio 25 and 60, Red
Tank, C. Z. House 506-C.
i I
FOR SALE:Bendix 60 cycle wash-
ing machine. Chinese chest of
drawers, 120 bose accordion ana
Misc. household effects. 518-A,
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:3 metol beds, single,
with mottress $10.00 each; 2 Ven
Blinds 36" x 60" SS.O0 eoch ;
Metal odj table $1,50; Oak bu-
reau, $8.00; Oak buffet $12.00;
Wood desk $7.50; Set Shelves.
$1.00; Maytog Elec Ironer. 25
evele $60.00; Everett Spinet pia-
no $450.00. Hous 168-A, 6th
St.. New Cristobal. Evancoe.
SALE:1937 Ford Coupe, mo-
tor, top, body not so hot. Tires
excellent, 2 spore on rims, $!75.-
00. Phone Cristobal 3-2543.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick, 4 door
super; 1941 Chevrolet, coach. 2-
1605; 5727-A, Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Super
Dynaflow 2 door sedan. Excellent
condition. Duty paid. Coll Pan-
ama 3-1975 from 9 a. m. to 5 p.
FOR SALE:1940 Plymouth Sedpn.
Good condition. Hos new battery
Cr tires. 107-B, Pedro Miguel, C.
. Z.
FOR SALE:By original 1941 Super
De Luxe Plymouth Coupe, radio,
heater, new tires, mileage, ex-
ceptionol low price, $450. Phone
A brook 2195 Qts 20.
FOR SALE:Reosonobly priced. Ma-
gic Chef 3-burner gas stove with
oven. Tel. 2-2307, Panama.
FOR SALE:Crib $10.00, Thayter
Stroller, $5.00, Lawn Mower, $10.
00. 2-1357, 0936 Amador Road.
Balboa.
FOR SALE:7 ><. cu. ft. deep freez-
er 25 Cyl. motor, can be used
with 60 Cyl. or gas motor. Operat-
ing condition. $110. 817-B, Em-
pire. Balboa 2-3679.
FOR SALE:Zenith Victrola Rodio
combination, wolnut cabinet, $50.
00. De Luxe Bendix. good condi-
tion, 4 yeors old. $100.00. De
Luxe 8 cu. ft cold wall Frigidoire,
excellent condition, $100 00. Al-
brook, phone 2298.
FO RSALE: Garland Gos Range,
porcelain, $25. 60 cycle. 8 cu. ft.
Kelvinator Refrigerator. Open unit
No. 40, 219-D, Poroiso. C. Z.
FOR SALE: Woshing machine,
new "Easy" Spin Drier, 25 cycle.
[ House 0948 Amador Road. Bolboa.
Telephone 2-1231.
FOR SALE: "Dodge Wayforer"
1950 original owner. Duty paid.
Like new. $2,000.00. Inquire at
SAS.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible,
18,000 miles, tires less than 5.-
000, top average. Call 25-2253
before 4:30 p. m. 25-2315 after
4:30 p. m. Duty Paid.
:0R SALE Station Wogon 1942
Oldsmobile. 225.00. 518-A, Cu-
.rundu Heights.
Hazel Ingel of the Genell Bliss Co-
coH Beauty Shop specializes in
children's hoircuts.-She does won-
ders with tiny tots. 4-557.
De yea have a drmkine atablen?
Write Alcoholic Anonymow
Bo 2031 Anean. C. Z.
Baby Orchids bouquets and corsages
for hospital, birthday gifts, all
occasion. Also air expressed any-
where in the United States. Or-
childs Gorden, telephone Panama
3-0771. Atlantic side, Cristobal
3-1033. _____^_____________
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
RESORTS
Williams Sonta Clara 8each Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric retngera-
tion. Rockgas ranges Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends. ,
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673._______________________________
Gramlich's Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rales. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
NOTICE TO RETIRING EMPLOYES
FOR SALE: Resort 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, Bolboa
2698.
FOR RENT
Houses
ll your cor ready
buy it. Goroge
tral Avenue.
for scrap? We will
Casino 291, Cen-
FOR SALE:12 gauge double bar-
rel shotgun, one big electric fan
25 cycle, $25 takes both. Apply
to Ducky, janitor, ot West Side
Ferry Hunting Club.
FOR SALE:Venetian blinds, kitch-
en cobinet, youth bed. Lionel O"
gauge electric troin, freight cars,
transformers ond many occessor-
ies. Saturdoy ond Sundoy only.
House 69, 3rd Street, New Cristo-
bol. Tel. 3-1308.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lown and garden Three bedrooms
.with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servonts bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook.
vestibule, dinmgroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terroces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Ppitilla ond Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet, 2
bathrooms, 2 porches, garage, gar-
den. Vio Porros No. 81. Inquire
No. 8, 18th Street Son Francisco.
FOR RENT2 bedroom rock cottage
Lefevre Pork. Tel. P. A. D. 6140
for information.
FOR SALE: Lovely large home,
garage, patio, breezewoy Hollow
Tile b Cement, Water, Electricity,
completely furnished. Inspection
daily. Gorgona Beach. Phone Fos-
ter, Balboa 2130, 1892.
FOR SALE:"Copeclto" farm on the.
Rood to El Voile. Area 72,000 sq. j
Mts. including a concrete chalet
ond mud-hut, mochine and tool I
shed, artesn well, electric plant.
and smafl pond. Easy payments,
payable in 20 yeors. Inquire Dr.
Pedro Vosco Nuez (Centro M-
dico).
FOR SALE:Chalet in Cresta Her-
mosa. All concrete. 3 bedrooms,
large livingroom, diningroom,
breakfast nook, bathroom, kitch-
en,, and porch. All tile floors.
Screen wire oil around. Light and
woter facilities. Gas Installations.
Grounds approximately 3,600
squors meters. Easy financing
terms. Apply Sasso y Jaromillo
Ltda. Tel. 136, Colon.
FOR SALE:Well bred German pup-
pies, also imported canaries. Tel.
2-1506 3-2933 and two wo-
man's winter coots. also English
tweed man's overcoot.
:0R RENT: Completely furnish-
ed concrete house. Chalet 2 bed-
rooms. Road facing Paitilla Air-
field No. 109, call 3-0553.
FOR SALE: Western Flyer Super
Doodlebug Scooter, A-1 condition
gets 80 miles per gollon. $85.00.
Qtrs. 28 Albrook. Phone 86-2298
Colonel Bearly.
FOR RENT:In Chilibre. two Story-
house with good fruit trees. 7,000
meters of lond. Inquire 99 Via
Porras.
FOR SALE:Modern 6-room con-
crete cholet,' reasonable, fruited
fenced lond, light, woter, four
miles from Colon. Transisthmion
highwoy. Colon 1283-J.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR SALE:Bicycle. House 5754-A
Sibert St. Diablo. Phone 2-3202.
FOR SALETwo canories in pedestal
cages, .both for $20. Call evenings
on Bolboo 1514.
FOR SALE: Lincoln 40. Couch,
dining set. double-bed, cria, dres-
ser, refrigerotor. 25 cycle. 105-D,
8th. Street. New Cristobal.
FOR RENT
Apartments

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY:Jeep in good
condition. For information inquire
"Reconstructora Nacional" Peru
Avenue No. 7. Tel. 2-0406. 8:00
to 12 ond 2 to 6 p. m.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnished-unfurnished oport-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St.. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent.
43rd Street East ond Ave.-Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Completely indepen-
dent aportment in beautiful resi-
dential house in New Cristobal,
for couple or bachelor. Livmgroom-
diningroom, large bedroom. Kitch-
en, Modern bathroom. Fine fur-
niture. Refrigerator. gos stove.
Hot water $60.00. Unfurr.ished
$45.00. Phone 1191-J or 599-L.
WANTED:Second hand Chevrolet
or Ford' pick-up 3-4 ton in good
condition. Call Gorcio,
Police Station.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid, location.
Balboa j All modern conveniences. Bella
Vista. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR SALE:Studeboker Champion,
De Luxe, 1947, overdrive, new
tires and battery, from filter, un-
dercoated. original owner, $925.
Tel. 2-6355.
FOR SALE: 1941 Pontioc 181
Club Coupe in excellent condition.
$2C0.0O. overhaul work recently
completed. Tires excellent. Rodio
ond heoter. Price $400.00. 5444-
t. Endicott St. Diablo Hgts.
:-*?,
SALE:9 x 12 all wool rug,
$11.00. Blecched mahogany chest
of drawers, $18.CO. Bed springs
mattress. $20 00. Gloss top
wrought iron toble. 4 chairs, $5 i
00. Phone Albrook 2298.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury, black,
WSW with rodic, 7,500 miles,
$1,900. Phone 828 3308.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker Com-
monder. four door sedan, with
radio and extra tires. Con be fin-
anced. Coll 82-2194 or house
566-B, Curundu Heights.
Don't allow onyone to tinker with
your $2000 cor, have it fixed by
reliable mechanics at Tropical Mo-
tors.
WANTED TO BUY: Small boat
suitable for use with 5 H. P. out-
board motor. Coll Albrook 2224.
WANTED:Couples for the Couples
Closs. Bolboo Heights Baptist
Church, meeting ot 9:30 Sundoy
morning for Christian fellowship.
WANTED: Car, model 1941 or
1942 Ford or Mercury. Preferably
sedan. Coll Panama 2-1107.
WANTED TO BUY3 borber chairs,
second hand, in good condition
ond at a good price. Telephone
Panamo 3-4178 or Colon
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment, porch, porlor-diningroom,
kitchen, sanitary conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply I I 2 Vio Bellsario Porras
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Room, private en-
trance, garage, furnished. 4th of
July Avenue. House 49. Telephone
2-1107, Panama.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, Ame-
rican home, near Ancon, bus-stop,
to Americon woman. References
required. Telephone Ponama 21-
3067.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle
FOR SALE: 1949 "Jomes 125"
light motorcycle. Owner going to
Slotes. Best offer over $125 takes
it. House 577 Ancon, phone 2-
1611.
FOR RENT:3 room apartment, 10
1-2 St. House 10.099. Call Colon
876-J.
FOR RENT: Aportment 0429-D,
Ancon, during June, July ond Au-
gust. At home after 5:00 p. m.
864.
FOR SALE:1941 Two-Door Pon-
tioc Sedan. Needs repairs. No
reasonable offer refused. Cosh or
terms. Phone 2-1357.
FOR SALE: Save S90.C0 on the
price of 25 cycle.. 9 cu. it. West-
1 inghouse refrigerator, enly six
months old. full width freeter
chest. 2-2509 during doy or 541-
A, Cocoli.
Refrigerators
FOR 75 cts.
In spite of the present short-
ages and the rising prices, we
are still offering
ADMIRAL
refrigerators for as low as
75 cts. a DAY*
ASM you take home your box
light away!
It will not hurt you to drop in
and inquire...
MUEBLERA
tASA SPARTON
Central 223
next to Encanto Thea're.
Asm available in Club Plan.
FOR
i'.
SALE: 1947 International 1
2 ton Panel Delivery Truck in
good condition. Contact Braniff
Airways. Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
cr coll Ponomo 2-2102 during
office hours.
FOR SALE:1946 Buick Super Se-
danette. Original owner, 40.000
miles, radio, heoter, plastic seot
covers, sun visor, good tires, A-l
condition. Phone Albrook 2298.
Colonel EVarly.
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must sell in
a week. Plymouth 49 and Koiser
49, both immaculate. Also Koher-
ing Daudie, concrete mixer, Pan-
oma 2-2064.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet two
Door Sedon, $890.00. 1938 Pon-
tioc 6. 2 door sedan, $290.00.
622-C, Coccli.
FOR SALE:1940 Packard 4 door
Sedon. Duty poid. $300. House
1560. Gavilon Areo, Bolboa.
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Ne> Striped Poles
MEMPHI8. Tenn. (UP.).
Tennessee barber colleges still
tfve cut-rate haircut* but they
can't use the familiar barber's
"candy stick" pole for identifica-
tion. The Tennessee legislature
ir<- or! a lav. prohlblUnT the u?
ui the poles by barber colleges.
WANTED:Child's chair swing, also
Singer electric feotherweight port-
able sewing mochine. Phone 3-
0376, Ponomo.
LOST & FOUND
DID YOU FIND IT?
If net. yea 4U net try as. We carry
the largest ond mast camelete line
of MOTOROLA Custom Built cor
radios, rodio parti nd tubes. We
alsa carry a choice assortment of
automobile accessaries. Don't waste
prtcioui time shopping. We heve
under nt reof what you are looking
far.
INVERSIONES GENERALES S A.
Heme af Materela Radios
Ave. Jos Francisca de la One 31.
TOR RENT: First class, very cool
spacious screened apartment in
fiello Vista, 2 porches, living-din-
ingroom, 2 bedrooms, hot woter,
bath-tub; Maid's room, private
garage, garden and patio. Phone
3-1796.
FOR RENT:Two oportments. One
bed room. Each furnished. Good
location, bus stop, screened. To
responsible couple Americon home.
82 Bel'sario Porras Road.
FOR RENTFurnished or unfur-
ni'hed aportment. 45th St. No.
34.
FOR RENT:Apartment, hot water
installation. For morried couple or
bachelor. Apply Perejil house No.
7 "Mora." Tel. 3-1404.
Trinity Church
Will Dedicate
Three New Doors
On Sunday at 3 p.m.. the Trin-
ity Methodist Church on 7th and
Melendez. Colon, will hold a de-
dication and thanksfrrvinc: Serv-
ice when the three new front
doors recntlv constructed will be
opened.
The openlne ceremony wll be
led by the minister Rev. Norman
Pratt and the ensuine program
will be Dreslded by Rev. Cyril
Dcrsett wilh Rev Milton A. Cook-
son as guest speaker. Other local |
ministers are expected to attend.
The Center Door will be opened
by Mrs. Olga Thorpe (winner of
the May Queen Contest held Wed-
! nesday. the right and left doors
by Mesdames Evelyn Dowdin and
Maggie Dailey. respectively, run-
ners up in the contest.
The regular Morning Service at
9:30 will be conducted bv Mr. A.
C. Bclrjrave pnd the night serv-
ice at 7:15 will be Rev. Cvrll Dor-
sett's last service at Trinity prior
to his return to Jamaica after two
months on the Isthmus.
A grand open-air Mav Concert
and Coronation of the May
Queen will be held on Monday
night 21st Inst. An interesting
program including the mav pole
platting, dances, the operetta
Trial By Jury etc.. will be pre-
sented.
PERSONALS
BOB: Have ust found o new place
to go. Club El Oosis located on
the Boyd-Roosevelt Highwoy ust
before Sobonitos. Featuring Teddy
Spence at the piano every night.
Juke Box too. We are going there
Saturday night. Bring a friend for
Jane. Love. Helen.
FOR SALE
Rnai* & Motor*
OR SALE:Motor-boot twenty foot
overall. Equipped for fishing, new
condition, socrifice. Inquire house
752-C. Bolboo Rood.
FOR RENT: One bedroom oport-
ment. No. 18, 52nd Street. For
information aportment No. 8,
'near Hotel "El Panami."!
<-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
FOR RENT:Vacation quorters, du-
plex. 2 bedrooms June, July
ond Aupust. Services of moid
(good cook and laundress), tele-
phone. 5754-A Sibert St., Diablo
Heights. Phone 2-3202.
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, bolance and self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave nome, oddress, phone ot
de-k Balboo YMCA or Box 106.
Balboa. Hornett & Dunn.
OR SALE:Onon light plont 2000
worts, 60 cycle 1 10 volts. Moster
electric motor, volts 1 15-230. Co- j
km 1283-J.
FOR SALE:Outboard motors. John-
son seahorse 10 HP Evinrude
6 HP porch swing pointed ond
upholstered white mahogony
floor-lamp with rhode. Tel. Pcn-
r~a 3-0127. 17th St. Jose Sor
Martin.
no i imvk mar
Plane t-3333
LOTS M)*. SAL*
Down Payment lie.
vimiihU Paratent SIS
LOTS nr> Paved Street from II SO
0 Meter
rot Rent Heavy Caateeaeal for!
round leveling
W Hem i .i. nr> con lorn
UiiCluh ai HmoM *
'
CP0 Di Noto Joins
Caribbean Command
Chief Petty Officer Prank Dl
Noto (U. S. Navy i of the Bronx.
New York, recently joined the
staff of Headquarters Caribbean
Command, it was announced to-
day.
Di Noto has been named as Ad-
ministrative Chief Clerk for Per-
sonnel in the Etafr Secretary's
Office at Quarry Heights.
Record Collection
Goes Way Back
WORCESTER. Mass., May 19
W. Earl Lingners hobby
is collecting old phonograph rec-
ords.
He has thousands of records,
many of them wax cylinders as
much as 70 years old and some
made by Thomas A. Edison.
A recent newspaper story about
his hobby brought Lingner 1.100
letters from persons who either
wented to se'l him some records
or buy from his collection.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
'or NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tope, C0RALITE
wall board and NATC0R
etore fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
J7 Central An. Tel. 3-el49
Major Stutler
Is New Aide
To Gen. Morris
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Por CUSHIONS, SI.IP-COVKRS .nd
RE-UPHOUITJUNG call ui or visit
our hou-roon Custom built fuml-
lare ear aaeelalllj. Sea oor Deco-
rators Fabrics. Pree EaHmatea. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A Heres) 1.
f. de la Out No. 77 (Aoto Bow)
New Telephone 3-4S2S.
IEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES eS ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factor Prices.
Porras
Plaza 6 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER
ELECTROLUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency)
Orders will be taken only
until MAY 24th. We'll
continue the service.
Price Remains at $85.00
to Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGEIVCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2386 2-3265
FOR SALE:
2 WILLYS STATION
WAGONS,
1947, Good Tires, Perfect
Condition, Price: $900 to
$1000.
Nash and Willys Agency
Tel. 2-179S
Major Warren H. Stutler (USA!
has arrived from the United
States to Join the staff of the
Commander-ln-Chlef. Caribbean.
Major Stutler will become Aide-
de-Camp to Lt. General William
H. H. Morris, Jr.
During World War II Stutler
served in Europe with the 106th
Infantry Regiment and received
the Silver Star and Bronze Star
medals for gallantry in combat.
Following the war. he served In
Brazil as an Infantry Training
Oflcer. from 1946 through 1949,
with the Joint Brazil United
States Military Commission.
He is a recent graduate of the
Advanced Officers' Course at th
Army's Armored School, Fort
Knox. Kentucky.
Major Stutler will reside at
Quarry Heights. Canal Zone with
his family. Mrs. Joan R. Stutler
and their daughter. Barbara E.
Major Stutler. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Boyd B .Stutler of 187
W. 54th Street. New York. .Y.,
is a graduate in the class of 1942
of The Citadel Charleston. 8.C.
(Official U.S. Armed Forces
Photo)
W/NTED
an active and intelligent person, male
or female, with good personality,
capable of visiting established clients
In Panam and Canal Zone taking
orden for our account, both com-
mercial and travel business. Prefer
person with own car. Allowance! Ill
be made for gas. Salary an commis-
sion basis, however, can earn mini-
mum ot S3M.M monthly. Write Box
St7, Panami R P., for Interview.
Please give ate, experience, and com-
plete address.
RECORDS
45
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenue
George Price Dies;
Funeral Services
Set For Wednesday
George F. Price, 85-year-old
native of Barbados. B.W.I.. died
at 5:30 p.m. yesterday at the Cor-
eas Hospital after a lingering ill-
ness.
Funeral services will be held
neat Wednesday at the Corozal
Chapel and Interment will take
place at the Corozal Cemetery.
Price is the father of George
"Sonny" Price, well-known orga-
nist at the Monaco Garden In
Colon.
He is also survived bv his wife
Cecilia, his daughter Lillian and
many other relatives.
Price was a member of the
Barbadian Society. He is a retired
Panama Canal employe. He came
to the Isthmus during the early
construction days.
Lt. Weinz Wins
2 Promotions
In 12 Months
Two promotions in less than a
year have come to Lieutenant H.
L. Weinz. who serves on the staff
of the Commander -. in Chief,
Caribbean.
Less than six months ago.
Weinz was serving as a Warrant
Officer in* the United States Ar-
my, when he received a commis-
sion as Second Lieute lant on 4
November 1950.
Last Tuesday he receive dword
of his promotion to First Lieut-
enant.
Brigadier General R. L. Howze,
Chief of Staff, Caribbean Com-
mand, announced the achieve-
ment.
Teachers Threaten
To Quit Over Pay
TORONTO, May 19 (UP)
Some 170 lay teachers in Ro-
man Catholic schools here
threaten to quit unless they
get a $200 yearly pay rise.
PUERTO RICAN
SET STRONG
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ternal wounds, but returned b
the line shortly thereafter.
M-Sgt. Felix G. Nieves, a heavj
set good-natured Puerto Ricai
forgot all about the cold thai
plagued him at two one mornt
big when they were attacked af,
| ter hitting the Pusan Port. Hi
. also forgot about not having s
Jacket on to keep warm when hi
I saw North Koreans taking posi
! tion to attack. Everybody was
I pinned down under open fife. But
in about 15 minutes, his platoon
I killed more than 15 of the en
emy. On Nov. 7 his battalion re
ceived orders to move to the}
Chosin Reservoir area. The hill
they were holding down was cir-
cled by the enemy for two daya
during which time their food]
ran out. They especially missed]
their coffee. The Chinese at-J
tacked every day and the mission!
of the company was to hold
down until the last man had
passed over.
The company commander gave)
orders to withdraw. But someone
had to remain to collect the gov-
etnment'property. Sgt. Nlevesj
was quick to volunteer. After the
last man had gone, he heard a
bugle and saw eight Chinese
moving forward. The three gre-
nades he threw made them die-
appear. Then he spotted an en-
tire platoon and killed off 18 of
them. The rest ran away. "And
then I got out, Just as fast as
I knew how, loaded down with
the ammunition."
. Lt. Manuel Kortrlght found an
old school buddy of his to greet
him at the ship's pier. He was
Lt. Luis R. Canetti attached to
the Artillery at Fort Clayton.
Both men had attended En-
gineering School in Mayaguez
Although a greater portion of
the men will be assigned to the
Antilles Department when their
well-earned 30-day leave is up.
three of the officers will return
to the States. Sgt. Rosado, the
"baby," has requested duty in,
Japan, and Sgt. Morales wants
to return to Panama. "I like lt
here, think the people ara
wonderful."
At Fort Kobbe the men of the
3rd Infantry Division will be
guests of honor of the 504th F -%
Artillery Battalion luncheoi
be held at the 8ervice Club. They
will then be supplied with wea-
pons for their participation In
the Armed Forces Day Parade aO
Albrook at 5:16 this afternoon
where they will march in an
honorary unit. They will be given
shore liberty during their stay,
here and elaborated welcoming:
ceremonies have been arranged
for their arrival at San Juan. '
US MUST
(Continued from Page 1)
of our great country, we take ouf
freedoms for granted. We live at
we please, and not as dictated.
Even as our forefathers fought t
establish our liberties, so mus
we fight to maintain them.
"In this vital area, the Panama
Canal area, we are keenly aware
of the necessity of both civil and
military solidarity. Both combine
o form a team in the defense of
our freedom. This was polntea oui
strongly in the choice of the Ca*
nal Zone in a test to begin soon)'
by the Armv forces here.
'In the local papers on Wed
nesday, It was publicly announe
ed that the Canal Zone had beenV
chosen bv the United States Ar-
my for a test of plans for integra-
tion of volunteer civilians lnt
Its anti-aircraft program.
"I feel that the choice made by
our leaders in Washington. tr>
follow this plan, is Indeed a com-
pliment. It is a compliment to.
vou. your leaders, and the Armed
Forces in the Canal Zone.
"This experiment, if I may call
lt such, demonstrates a desire on
our part to continue striving for
Deace through security. I believe
that we recognize we must nave
adequate military strength for
our common safety and defense,
and our civilian friends must help
their Armed Forces.
'In closing. I would like to quote
a statement made by Secretary
of Defense Marshall wherein he
charts the course he beieves most
likely to succeed:
"It must be made clear to all
the world that we do not waiver
in our nurpo'e." he said.
"And he continued, "I would
emphasize that this is not the
time for emotional reactions."Ra-
ther, it Is a time for determined
resolution, time for unltv and ve-
ry much the time for calm consi-
deration, and the strong exam*
ole of determination to do what
is rleht for the world, which, of
course. Includes our own security
in that world."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
Republican Says Democrats Covering Up
And Whitewashing At M Arthur Inquiry
By John L. Steel*
WASHINGTON, Moy 19 (UP)S.n. Alexander WiUy,
|R. Wit., charged today that Democratic members of the
Senate MacArthur Investigating Committee are making
"frantic" efforts to "cover-up and whitewash" President
Truman's dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
The Wisconsin Republican made the charge first
of its kind in the two-week-old inquiry in a letter to
Committee Chairman Richard B. Russell, D., Go. He asked
Russell to transmit "this respectful message" to Mr.
Truman.
The combined Armed Services-
Foreign Relations Committee
yesterday voted down, 18 to 8,
Wiley's demand that den. Omar
N. Bradley be forced to tell the,
Senators details of a private con-
versation he had with Mr. Tru-
tman April 0 oh MacArthur s
ouster.
Six of the Republican mem-
bers split with Wiley and voted
that Bradley need not answer on
ground this would violate the
top military adviser's confi-
dential relationship with tne
President. ..
Mr. Truman himself has told
what Bradley refused to divulge
who originated the Idea of fir-
ing. He said that he had been
considering firing MacArthur
about a year and finally decided
to act when the general sent his
now-famous peace ultimatum to
the Chinese Communists In
March.
The White House explained to-
day that when Mr. Truman said
he had been thinking of the dis-
missal for "about a year" he was
speaking In general terms and
I actually meant since last August.
That was when MacArthur sent
the Veterans of Foreign Wars a
Formosa statement in conflict
with Administration policy of
that time.
Wiley claimed that the Admin-
istration, with the help of the
Democratic committee majority,
Is not supplying the "facts" con-
cerning MacArthur's ouster.
"It Is the committee majority
which has been partisan in its
frantic- desire to cover-up and
whitewash" he said.
His charge came as somewhat
of a surprise. He Is the ranking
Republican member of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee, but there was no Immediate
evidence that other Republicans
were joining him.
"I hesitate to conclude at this
early1 stage, "but I must say that
from the way the joint hearings
have proceeded thus far they
may end up being considered not
only a whitewash but a wash-
out," Wiley wrote Russell.
Democrats denied the white-
wash charge In advance. Russell
said he had done everything he
could to get the facts and that as
much of the hearings had been
made public as security would
permit. During the committee's
drawn-out wrangle over the
Bradley testimony, Sen. Brlen
McMahon, D., Conn., noted they
already had heard 750,000 words
of testimony.
The hearings are In recess un-
til Monday when Bradley will re-
appear.
Wiley said he hoped that "fut-
ure events" will not justify his
whitewash conclusion.
"I am not making these re-
marks on the basis of any Indi-
viduals or personalities Involved
but solely on the basis of objec-
tion to the 'cover-up' tactics
thus far condoned by the joint
committe majority," he said.
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
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OFFICE IN, PANAMA:
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street.
Q. R. De ROUX
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
u H.M. Kiu, Ceo*,, VI *V
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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) The
word is out that Margaret Tru-
man's name will blaze from thea-
ter marquees before the year is
over.
Movletown crystal-gazers are
predicting almost everything but
The Life of Jeanette MacDon-
ald" for Margaret now that she's
cut her acting teeth in NBC's ra-
dio version of "Jackpot" opposite
Jlmmv 8tewart.
Negotiations are on. but the
President's daughter wouldn't
give me one teensy-weensy hint
as to the title of her first movie.
I took a wild guess.
Would Margaret be melting into
Mario Lanza's strong arms as a
warbling movie queen? Hmmmm?
Margaret did a double-take
and said:
"Where did that one come
ftom? Let's field it right back."
She was downright sorry about
it. the White House thrush apo-
logised, but she couldn't honestly
sav that Deanna Durbln's movies
influenced her.
"I saw most of them and I loved
them," she smiled, "but I had de-
cided quite a while before that
that I wanted to be a singer."
Romance for Margaret? Would
she be having any Hollywood
Into a Hollywood night club with
the town's most eligible bachelor.
Oregg Bautzer. during her stay?
Margaret's eyes widened.
"Who," she asked. "Is Gregg
Bautzer? I dont know him."
Friends of Joan Bennett and
Producer Walter Wanger ate
pooh-poohing the whispers of
sour notes In their marriage. The
glue's still holding fast Marie
Wilson and actor Bob Falln have
set September as the month for
their Las Vegas wedding-----Mrs.
Gary Cooper and Peter Lswford
may be just good pals but they
ought to know that the tongue-
naggers are having a field day.
Old titles never dieand they
dont fade away, either. Arch
Oboler's next will be tagged
"Mai? and Female." and Merce-
des MrCambridK* v.111 star. The
same title cleanwi up for Cecil B.
DeMille
Those Dick Contino headlines
are the plot of MOM's upcoming
"Teresa." But It's "strictly coin-
cidental." The script was com-
pleted a year ago-----A meeting
of the all-male Amateur Chef
Society brought Dennis Morgan
to the floor to talk about some
new recipes. With current Holly-
wood headlines, his subject, no
doubt, was "How to Cook a Red
Herring."
year-old son Ridge to a western
movie following her recent Ill-
ness. Ridge, oil done up in a cow-
boy outfit, lifted his foot and
wrestled a boot off on their way
home In the car.
"What's the matter?" asked
Dottle.
"I gotta emrjtv the popcorn
out." explained Ridge.
Short Takes: Rum Roman Is
boiling again about a re-issue
which catches her with her im-
proved acting talents down. Ul is
releasing a 15-chapter serial,
"Queen of the Jungle,""ln which
she played the lead of "Lothal,
the Mystery Oirl."
Cy Howard is about to put the
TV version of "My Friend Irma"
into rehearsal___When Eve Ar-
den's daughter, Lita, heard the
would do "Voice of the Turtle" in
summer stock, the little girl
walled, "Why don't they let you
play Bonzo?"
Letter from London about Judy
Garland: "Judy is both bewilder-
ed and excited about her success
here. She's determined to hold
that success, and when she re-
turns to Hollywood you'll meet a
girl with a new backbone."
Marquee sign: "Gambling
House "'Never a Dull Moment."
Cats, Dogs Figure
In English News
PARKERSBURG, W., Va.. May
10 (UP). Tab, a cat which has
set a local record for longevity
as well as fertility, appears ready
to bear another litter at the age
Of 25.
Mrs. Mattie Bowman said she
has counted Tab's litters only for
the past seven years, but during
that time the amazing feline pro-
duced 76 offspring.
Tab Is still a good mouser, al-
though her age is slowing her
down, Mrs. Bowman said.
N.tlon.l Defen
Week
M.y 11-11
TAKES TWO HANDS.'
Wolves Nearly Extinct
Smithsonian Finds
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP).
Americans can stop worrying1
about keeping the wolf from the
door the four-legged wolf, that
is.
The crafty, rapacious timber
wolf is nearly extinct in this
country, hanging on in small
numbers only In Minnesota, Wis-
consin, Michigan, and Oregon,
according to experts at the
Smithsonian Institution.
Livestock breeders, whose herds
suffered most from the packs of
gray killer's, ruthlessly stalked
and killed great numbers of
them. Even today, they're shot
down on sight.
Only in sections of Canada and
Alaska do American wolves re-
main in substantial numbers. The
species lias given way to two less
formidable sub-groups, the dog-
like coyote of the western plains
and the re** w* h inhabits
the Mississippi Valley. -1 *
Hollywoodrtes who know Shel-
ley Winters best are betting 10
to 1 she never marries Farley
Granger. She's already denying
their engagement and press a-
gents are blushing. Just a publi-
city gag?
Red haired Kenneth Tobey's
easy acting style in "The Thing"
his smoothness will give Spence
Tracy competitionmay be seen
next in Howard Hawks' "The Big
Sky." Grins Tobey through his
freckles:
"The deal isn't set yet, but I'm
hoping. I waited 10 years for that
role in The Thing.' The part In
'Big Skv' Is a role an actor waits
for aU his life."
Leon Erroll is writing his mem-
oirs, "Fifty Years on Stage and
Screen." ... Glenn Ford and Co-
lumbia are not seeing eye-to-eye.
He wants out of his contract.
Janis Page is in Las Vegas for
her divorce from Frank Martin-
elli. Jr___ The Ezlo Pinzas sail
for 10 weeks in Europe on the He
de France May 23.
Dottle Lamour treated her five-
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SATURDAY, MAT It, ltSl
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TKRKY
THESE CHANGING TIMES
Methodist
IHt. MKTHODISl CHURCH
(British Conference i
Minuter Rev. G. Herbert Moon
3:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 pro Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meet inf.
7:1 o m Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY MTTHODISl CHURCH
7th Street and Melende Avenue.
Colon. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Mlnlnet
Sunday Services at 8:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.. Sunday School for all age* at 3
p ni
Monday 7:30 om.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBCNEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slvar City. CZ.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services ( aan. and 5:15 p.m..
Sunday School for all ages at 1:30 p.m.
Tuex'dnv 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City, Calle IS ae lebrero
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m I Mal-
ar WILsom; Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Service at 11 am and 7JO
pan. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
' Colon. Uth Street
Service** at ........ 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m
Sunday School at .......... 3:00 Din
Coln. 3rd Street
Service* at ____ 11 a.m. 3 7:30 o.m
Silver City
Service at ................ 1:30 p.m.
Sundav School al .. 3:30 Dm.
Seventh Day
Adventist
pacific Side
Cabo Verde Panama City No 1 J A
Maynard. Panama City No 3 Jamaica
Socleti Hall (Sabbath Service onlyi.
Artofpflii Lawes. Chorrillo P A Henrv.
Rio Abalo. C O Abrahams. Gamboa A
A Bri'7lp. and Snnnlsh Clt Church F
rttiin!. Rlllli ha
aiianiu Side
Colou I'hird Street. Joseph Bryan. Cris
Ion" Y.nrlish New Church E A Crtirk-
hank Cri'lobal Spanish Church B J
Maxori *No Sundav niehi crvice st
prmr.ni
Saboath icnooi each church Saturday
:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 am Sundav
night service at all churches except
otherwise Indicated
.:*. Union Churches
Wh< i all Protestants t-ooperalt nth
unit. in essential, liberty In a-en.
* i..l and rharllv in all ihints
THt ATl.ANTIC SID
Ccrrttkii
I'lie Rev flnllii Havenei faslor
Phone 3-1483
10 4' Worship ervice and Church-limi
BinserV
6:00 Young People'* Meeting
Catun
The Rev a William L Graham. Pastor
Phone 5-355
.00 9 30 Broadcast on KOK: HP5K
and HON
*:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
0 .ChrlHnn Eedeavor
elsrgarit*
The Hev Henrv Bell Pastor
Phon 3-! 1911
3 30 Bible School
10:45 Wor-hio service ano Church-time
Bursers
30 Youth Fellowship
TH1 PACITIC SIDI
Balbu*
Balboa Ruad at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexander Shaw. Pastor
Phone 3-1438. Ofc. Phone 2-3238
3'JW Church School free ous service.
10:3t> Worship service snd Church-time
BjMrcafy
10.30 Youth Congregations
8:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
8:00 Pout HI Fellowship
7:30 Service 'Cenlered Or Song.'
.'i Mo..o ano St 1 hoiii.t- Ave
U:00 a.m. Sundy School Free bu In
uusseju nd Cocoll.
liamrn a ,n
All services in uernDoa Civic Centet
The Rev Raymond A. Cray, Minister
Phone 6-130
-oo Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service.
reare Miguel
3:3 Church School
10:43 Divine Worship
7:30 Evening Vesper
Unitarian
no.
UNITARIAN
SOCIETV
111 30 a m
JWB Armed
Force* Service
Center Library
Balboa CZ
Your Invitation
to liberal
-elision
Baptist
NATIUSai HArl'Ml CHUKCHtb
Panama Baptise Prayer Meeimg 3:30
.m Ivine Service. JO aan. Divine Ser-
rh.cS: 15 B*n. and Serving of The Lord'*
af both Service Sundav School
k.m
atoad Baptist. La Boca, C Divine
Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Suppei at both Services Sun-
dav School al ii u in
NeV Hope. Chiva-Chiva. C i... Divine
Service* II 00 a.m Sunday School I
100 om
30 o in with Sundav School
Qarnuoa. CZ. Divine Service* at 11:00
'oT.rnSand 7::
al 3 "00 D.m
Rid Abaja R.P.. Sundav School al
1 00 t> m
"-COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305, Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Servleaa Every Sunday
Sunday School ... ..... 3:45 am
Preaching Service* ........ 10:43 am
Training Union ........... 6:00 p.m.
Preaching Service* ......... 7790 Dm
Biolherhood 7:00 p.m every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service 7:00 every
Monday, evening
FIRST MAPTIS'l 1 III Hi ll
Balboa Height*. C 2,
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height*
Phone Balboa 1727
"Teiii Church away freu
rlfh a w rceme Isatt a* friendly'
William W Beeby Paste.
Charchas af the many faith in the Canal Zone, and the
terminal criie* af Panama and Calan, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at all timas to man and women af the armad
sarvicas, and te civilian ntichbou, friends and itronger*.
As a public service, the Panama American lists below, by
denominations, notice af hour af worship and other reaular ac-
tivities
Lilting at larger denominations ara In alphabetical ardor,
which is rotated from tima te tima. Denomination having only
ens or two cengretjotion ero listad under "Other Churches And
Service." A special lilting is included for services et Army posts.
Air Paree pasas and Naval statiens.
Minuten, church lecretarie and chaplains are asked te in-
form the new desk by Wednesday noon at ths latest af any
changes for the coming Saturday's church page.
Sunday School............. 3:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .......... 10.45 a.m.
Baptist Training Union .... 8:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service........ 7 JO pan.
W.M S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday)........ 1:30 D.m
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday Id month) .. 7:30 pan..
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal, CZ.
Rev. tied L. Jones, Paitor
"your Invitation To Worship"
Bible School ............... t:4S a.m.
Worship ................... 11:00 san.
Training Union ............' S:30 p.m.
Worship .................... :30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.) ... 7:30 p.m.
Catholic
(Listed below are the Catholic Churches
in the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal cities of Panam and Coln whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception In Coln, and num.
erous parish churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are nrlmarlly Span
isli-speaking >
VI MARV'S CHURCH
Balboa. CZ.
Sunday Masses: 8:00. 8:00. 8:00. 10:00
mo 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday. 5:00 p.m
SACRKD HEART CHAPKI.. Ancn. CZ
Ancon Boulevard. Phone 2-6343
Sunday Musses. 6:00. 7-30 8:30 a.m
Daily Mass: 6:00 am
I ol-, Ua\ Masses '00 fat sin and
12:10 p.m
benediction Friday i:3o p.m
Confessions Thursdays before the isi
Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Every Selurday 3.30 lo :i .( o m 7:00
io 8:00 pm
Calhechlsm Class Grade School Child
ron: Friday 3:15 D.m
Study club High School Student
Wednesdoy 6:30 p.m.
Sodallly Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nurses
every 2nd and 4th Thursdav 7:30 o.m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and Q St
Pastor, Rev Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. 8 and 10:30 a.m
Ueekdav Mass: 8:30 a.m
Sunday School aftet the 8 o clock Mass
Miraculous Medal Nnvens*ervlce
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8am
Confession*. Rosary, nlahtlv 7-pti o-m
Mondav 5 and 7 Dm
IMMACULATk CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Galun
Pastoi Rev. John Tumelty C M.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Fridays, Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 am.
Weekday Masse*. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mass 1:00 s.m.
Monday 7:00 p.m.
S'lndsv Mas* 7:00 a.m
Confession* Saturday 8:30 to 7:00 p.m
CHURCH Of ft. VINCKN1 Ue PAUL
i\ in. i inun Fathers)
K" Street. Panam City
Masses Sundays a.m (high mass). 4
:30 a.m 'Sunday school conducted by
".irvknoll Sisters, after the second Mass:
Weekday 6 a.m.: Holiday 6 and 8 3ii
i m
Confessions Saturday. 3:30 lo 3 Dm
ii 7 p.m
Evening Devotion*. Rosary each day
al 7 p.m.; Miraculous Meda Novena at
p.m. Friday; conven classes 7:30 om
Monday and Thursday
Catheclsm Cla* 1045 to 11:43 am
Sunday
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Holy Dav Mans 6:00 a.m
COCO SLITO PLAY8HKD
Pastor. Rev Wm. J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mass ............. 7:48 am
Holy Day Mass ............. :00 a-m
Sundav School ............. 8:4 aa-n
Service* Thursday nights .. 7:43 p.m
Confessions before Masa
CHURCH OP THE HOLT FAMILY
Margarita. C Z.
Rev William J Finn. CM.
Mas*.......................:1
ST. JOSEPHS CHURCH
Coln. 10th snd Broadway
Pastor. Rev J Raymon Mchate. CM
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sundsv Masses ..... 5:43 at 9:00 a m
Weekl'v Masses .....5:43 6JO a.m.
First Friday Mssses .. 5:4S 8:00 s.m
Baptisms Sunday ......... 4:00pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service everv
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Friday
1:13 p.m.
Confession* Saturday: 4 to 3: 7 to 8
o.m ,
Sunday School, 3 00 p m.
Instruction* for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, everv Mnn
day and Thursday si 7:15 pm
Sunday. 9:30 a.m. Church School with
classes for all Ages
10:45 a.m. Regulai Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Live With-
out It." Special Music bv the Junior
Choir.
8:00 pm Youth Fellowship SuDlect
lor consideration: "The Capia In of The
Game" Installation of Newly Selected
Officers
ST VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. CZ.
Paslor. Rev Raymond Lewis. CM.
Sundav Masse* 5-45 and 8:00 a m
Weekday Mas ......... 8:00 s.m
Holy Dav Masse* .. 5:30 and 6:30 a m
Sunday School ........ 11:00 a m
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 pm
Baptisms Sundsy........4:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3:30 to 5 00; 7 00
to 8:00 p.m.
Instructions ror sdtilt* Tuesdsv*. Fri-
day*1 7:30 D.m
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. CZ.
Pastor. Rev Oharles Jacobs. CM
Sunday Masses ... 7:00 and 8JO s.m
Weekdav Masses. Wednesdsv. etc 6.00
s.m.
Holy Dsy Mssses .. 5:43 4 6:30 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7 00 p.m.
Sacret Heart Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p m
Confession* Saturday 6:00 D.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor, Rev John Tumelty. C.M
Sundav Masa 6:43 a.m
Weekday Masse*. Tuesday and Friday
8 00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6 00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confesslorai Saturday 7 to I om
CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. CZ.
Sunday Maas .............. 8:00 s.m.
Catechism Class ......... 10 00 am.
Red Tank Catechism Clsss .. 11 40 s m
Benediction .............. 7:00 o in
PARASO CZ. (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Maas ............. 6:13 am
Catechism Class Sundav 18:30 a.m
ST rHEBESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll. CZ
Sunday Maas ............. 9:00 am
Holy Day Mas* ............. 6:30 a.m.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Caranda, CX
Sunday Mas* ............... 8:00 a.m.
Catechism Class Thursday ..3:30 p.m.
ST. JOHN THt BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo, Panam
Sunday Mass.............. 8:30 s.m
Holy Day Mas* ............ 7:30 a.m.
Benediction Sunday......... 7:00 p.m.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
rirst Church of Christ. Scientist, Ancon
580 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 pan.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th street & Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Christian Science Society,'Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m. First A Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School 10:15.
Episcopal
ANCON, I /.
THE CATHEDRAL Or SI LUKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
9 JO a m. Cathedral School.
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(first Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7 .un u in. Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, R.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson, Pastoi
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m.
(H.C. first Sunday in the month.)
Young People's vesper Service 4 JO
o.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 D.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOU
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:30 a in.
Public Worship 10:45 s.m
(H.C. first Sundsy In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
st 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship for all
oeople
COROZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A. F Nightengale
7:30 a.m. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
(H.C. 1st. Frldsy.)
GAMBOA
SI. Simon's Church: Rev. D.A. Osborne
10.-o a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holy
Communion & Sermon.
10:30 a.m. 1st. and 3rd Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer address.
3:00 11 in Sunday School.
5:00 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2:00 p.m Service at Penitentiary Everv
llh Sunday
7:30 om Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
ciety.
7:30 p.m. 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman's Auxiliary
Gamhna Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sundav 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
81. Peter's Chun h
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley, Priest
6 s.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10 a.m.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.mHoly Baptism.
7:30 pm.Vespers snd Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays snd Thursdsy.
7 a.m.. Wednesdsys and Fridays 9 a.m.;
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 p.m. Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday; Vespers nightly st 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7 JO p.m.
MARGARITA
St. Margaret's Chspel.
Msrgarlta Hospital
The Rev. M. A. Cookson
Sundsy School 9 a.m. Evening Prayer
/ 00 Dm.
PALO SECO
l hur h of The Holy Comforter
The Van A. T. Nightengale.
Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Com-
munion.
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Osborne
8:00 s.m. Holv Communion 2nd Sundav
9:30 am Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Prayer: 2nd nd 4th
Sunday*.
Monday: 7:00 pm. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: SJO pan. Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Osborne & Rev C.A Crsgwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st and 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and add-
ress: 2nd nd 4th. Sundays.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School snd Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer snd sddrea*
2nd. and 4th Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. r. Nightengale. 3D M.B.E.
snd The Rev Rltz Reglnsld At well
Venerable Archdescon
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion 9:00 s.m
7:00 D.m Evensong snd Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THr-SEA
Coln, R. de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington I
The Hev Malnert J Peterson
STB. Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharlil and Sermon
10:30 am. Church School
7 30 o.m. Solemn Evensong Sermon
vVEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m. Holy Communion
7:3) pm. Evensong and Sermon.
8 30 o.m Adult Confirmation Clas
THURSDAYS:
8 p.m. Prayer Guild.
fRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist.
7:4o d m. Choir Prsctice.
SATURDAYS: _
10 a.m. Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
OATUN
St. George's Church
Gstun. CZ.
Rev Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:43 s.m. Church School.
9:43 a.m. Momma Prsyer.
10:00 s.m Holy Eucharist snd Sermon
Tuesday*:
7:00 Jn. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Day* and Saint* Day*.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
8:00 D.m. St. Vincent'* Guild
Thursdays:
7:30 o.m Choir Rehearsal
church t St. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacob*.
Sundays:
6:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 pan. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saint Days.)
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer, Fridays.
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. 8L Vincent's Guild.
(Holy Communion at 10:45 a.m on the
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher'.
The Rev. Antonio Ochos
7:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
s.m.
Wednesday and Holy Days 8:30 s.in
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of very month.)
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bide. 792-X, La
Boca Road, Balboa, CZ. Rabbi Nathan
Witkta director.
Services on Frldsy, 7 JO p'm,
(See also listings of Jewish sebvice*
under Posts, Bases and Stations.)
Congregation Kol Shearlth Isrsel, Ave-
nida Cuba and 38th Street. Bella Vista.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A. Mrfld
Services on Fridsy. 8 pm.
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of the Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal. pastor
830 Bslboa Road, Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 am .
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sundsy esch month
6:30 p.m., game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extend* a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p in
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor.
A Cordlsl Welcome To All
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDt
-relesia!
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ......
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship ...............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group .....:.............
Servicemen's Hour ..............
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ...............
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ...............
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass .....................
Sunday Mass ...................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Msss ..........,,,,.....
FORT KOBBE
DsUy Mass .....................
Sundsy Masses ..........8:00 *
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ...................
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundsy Mss* .. ...............
AI.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass .....................
Sunday Mmsss..........7:45 a.
JewUh
ALBROOK AIR rORCE BASE
Saturday ....................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................
FORT KOBBE
Thuraday ...................
JWB. Balboa. CZ.
Friday ......................
9:15
10:00
9:00
10:15
10:00
11:00
9:45
10:45
4:00
7:00
10:45
9:00
7:30
9:00
7:43
10:30
7:30
9:00
7:45
9:30
6-30
8:45
8:00
4:00
7:00
7:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ..
Sunday School ...............
FORT CULICK
Sunday School ...............
Morning Worship .............
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ...............
alornlng Worship .............
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Masa
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas
COCO SOLO
Sunday Msss .
Csthellc
9:00
9:30
9:15
10:00
9:30
11:00
10:00
9:00
9:00
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
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Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. S4th Street
Panam Monday; Lecture* and Dle-
cuMilon* 8:00 D.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.I.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Service* Center
on. La Boca Road.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road, Balboa
W. Harland Dilbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3802
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 10:00 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10M a m
Preaching and Communion J. 7:00 D.m
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7) p.m
Ladles' Bible Class Thuraday 1:48 pm
CHURCH OF CmUBTOld Cristo bal
SUNDAYS: _
W meet in the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:43 aan
Visitor welcome.
Ladles Bible Study at Oaoun
Phone Gatun 418 or ft- Ouliek 309
CL'RUNDU ITMJTESTAN1
COMMUOTTY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr.
Sunday School ................. *
Morning Worship................ IJ10
Young People* Service ......... :*
Evening Worship ............... J-JJ
Praver Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 9JO am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday*
6:30 san. -
Sacrament of Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) Flrl Sunday of each month at
7:30 pm
Meant Hatlbetb Christian
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T Jamaa. D. D.
offlcianting.
Morning Worship at .......
Holy Communion at.......,
Fellowship Worship at.....-
Bible Reading at ..........
Divine Service et .........
Sermon al .................
Holy Communion at ......
Balboa-smader Read OSO Crab
Nea-Deaeealnatlen
Vesper Service at 6:15 pas. Sundajra.
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Bishop
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Labor INews
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Austrian Baron Ernst von Lippman (the Int'l Set grapevines)
has been chasing Mrs. James Korrestal all over the Continent,
bogging her to marry him.. Frankle tc Ava had a large spat as
sha winf'd to the Coast.. Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt's recent husband,
Or. Rax Ross, Jr., has Merle Oberon giggling: Oh, dr!"...Perj papers
will be served on a movie star who voluntarily testified before the
Un-American Activities group in Lolly wood.. .J. Dempsey's Big
Romance Is with starlet Joan Orlando, May get sealed.. .Princess
Honeychlle Hohenlohe's wedding gifts Included a bathmat from
Betty Dodero Curtis. Has Honey's initials en it: HH. The HII
formerly stood for Hampshire House!.. Horace Dodge, the zillion-
aire (like we said), is busy on his Splituation In Kentucky. He just
'asked Gregg Sherwood's pop for her hand.....Mrs. Wendell Wlllkie
tells pals she has no love interest, as reported (not by us). "There'll
never be a replacement for Wendell!".. .Hem: "No Pulitier Prise
for Best Nat'l Reporting." Why not give It to Mac for reporting
Ole Kaes?
A Russian Embassy biggie will soon he sent home. Moscow
learned he "can't be trusted"too many of his Intimates are Yoo-
hous...Gus Hall (new chief of the N. Y. Reds) has been making
like a Capitalist at the Jamaica track. Picked three winners the
her day...Lucky Luciano's medicos have him on a rice diet.
(Tall blood presh)... Coleen Gray, the coast actress, flew back to
wed producer Stanley Kugln on the 27th.. .Virginia MaePherson
(the H'wood reporter) and her groom have Called It Splits after
ten yrs...The Hollywood Reporter Herb Steins expect their First
Scoop by Summer's end...Wasn't that Doris Duke cheeking Into
Regent Hosp the other matinee?,. Ginger and Tallulah gave each
other the Glare backstage at ANTA. Old phewd.. Has Mag Tru-
man cancelled her planned tour abroad?
The Washington Wire: They say Senator Richard Russell
(Oa.) will suprlse the gels bv confirming his betrothal to a pretty
lemma barrister. .Love Letter to Author Philip Wylie: "Phil's
column printed here Thursday oughta be reprinted in every news-
paper In the U. S. every day for a month!J. Bates"...Look for
a proba into Investment Houses. Been cropping up as never be-
fore since the Terrible Thirties.. .Tomorrow two famed names
will admit having been Communist Party members. Ones a fam-
ous novelist (of best sellers); the other is a renowned film di-
rector...The late Cong. Sol Bloom's dghtr. Vera, explains why
his headstone Is not on his resting place A. cemetery labor
problem.
"Dear Walter" Dept: "If the Senate Crime Commission Is in-
vestigating real estate holdings In and around Acapulco, Mexico
(in which I am supposed to be Interested for three million),
someone's wasting .time. I often wonder how these fairy tales
start. It is, of course, a complete and utter lie. I have no real estate
there. This is my first letter to any newspaperman regarding dis-
torted tales about me, but you've always been fair to me. Not
necessary to make correction, thought I'd drop you this note to
give you the true facts.Edward J. Flynn."
The N. Y. Herald Trio's firing of Bob Bird (after doing a bang-
up job on Mac's arrival) will be Newspaper Gulld'd as "one of
the nastiest things in journalism".. .Rudy Halley was one of the
smartest boys In Townsend Harris Hall, the defunct high school
which catered only to smart pupils...For no reason anyone can
savvy, Americans are buying less candy than at any time in his-
tory... A Madison Ave. realtor Is offering two castles in Roche-
mom, France, built bv Napoleon.. .Big romance at Jimmy Kelly's:
Elaine-tdancer) Alexander and tenor Tony Earl...D, O. Selznlcic
was offered a million last week for the teevv rights to "Gone
With the, .etc. "...Leonora Corbett. the star, and her Yurropean
diplomat (Belgium i tell chums they can't wait until the legal
clouds blow away...Funny about colyumlst Lyons "refusing to
reveal his source" in court. Prob'ly the "name" wasn't big enouKh
to drop. (Meowtchl).
It can now be disclosed, and
documented, that a iepreenta-
tlve 01 Dean Acheson's mate
Dept. recently visited the most
. strategic waterfront union
'headquarters In this country
and urged its leaders to nave
their wharf-working followers
refuse to load guns and ammo
on ships rushing military sup-
plies to our friends in Europe.
This spokesman for the U. S.
Department of State Introduced
herself as Edith Cameron Wall.
She carried the usual creden-
tials used by Federal agents. In
adaitlon, she presented a letter
from Secretary of Labor Mau-
rice Tobin, which, In efiect,
urged union leaders to cooper-
ate with her.
This conversation took place
in the national headquarters of
the AFL's International Long-
shoreman's Assn., long a target
of the opposition. Tnrough Its
dock-waliopers it controls all
ocean traffic to and from almost
the entire world.
Lest there be the slightest
doubt as to time, place and
participants, 1 record here
that the lady (still in the
employ of the State Dept.
at this very minute) made
this proposal in a talk with
the husky LA chief, Joe
Ryan, in his private office
at 2GS W. 14th St., N. Y. C,
at about 4:30 on the after-
noon of this past March 13.
Joe threw the lady out, gently,
and Immediately telephoned tup
AFL leaders in Washington.
Protests were rushed to the
State Dept. But labor got no
satisiaction and the lady Is
on her way to Europe on a spe-
cial mission starting In Paris.
The best that the Indignant
Ryan and national AFL secre-
tary, George Meany, could get
was a State Dept. apology a
polite brushoff saying, so
sorry the lady took up so much
of your time.
It all began some days alter
Ryan had made certain that
special Italian cargo ships were
swiftly loaded with war stuff
and sped on their way to Rome's
military depots. Ryan had to see
to this personally early in
March when he was lntormed
that a Communist propaganda
spree was growing In Brook-
lyn, at the Army waterfront
base there.
Apparently an Italian Com-
mie squad, operating out of its
Henry Street catacomb, had
spread out among the Italian
longshoremen on the military
piers and was urging the cargo
slingers nut to load the Italian
freighters.
Merry
Le mSMNOTOHl
RY-GO-ROUrU).
gy DK1W PlAKtON "% f
Hoarse Cry
By BOB RUARK
Joe got out there fast. So did
Pentagon officers and some city
officials. Including the Mayor.
The ships were loaded.
Some days later, Ryan receiv-
ed what he believed was a rou-
tine call from one of the many
government ofllclals who seek
nls union's aid In this "war."
It was a lady. She was from the
State Dept. and said she also
had the Labor Dept. creden-
tials. Slie wanted to discuss the
manpower problems,
together about 4:15
was some technical
saw union ecords.
To the author of "The Communist Trail In America," the best-
seller published by Macmillan: Have some skewps on the Scum-
munlsts: Herbert Blberman (one of the convicted Hollywood Teiu.
Gale Sondergaard and Howard De Silva are forming an inde-
pendent movie firm. They are seeking backing from the Nai'l
Council of Arts. Sciences and Professions. All figured In the House
Un-American Activities probe of Communism in Movletown. .
Several H'wood movie scripters (who have been party members)
are setting ud a center in Mexico. They will write them there and
market them via a Hollywood front, etc...8teve Nelson, one of,,
the top Reds (now being tried in Pittsburgh on charges of vlolal- unions
lng the state treason law, plans to raise funds In Cal. at the'They got
end of May...The poor H'l Commies! Alia time obmplalnln' a-lp M There
bout no dough Nat'l H'quartera just ree'd more than $200,000 talk.' She
from various state collections.________ lift, ""j", ghe nad Just re_
Sen riiM KtftiiM. i., ....i,. .. .. turned from Norway and was
.wfulyn-,^de.dWceaUh. ni I le^d" UndVo^ ouffio^Ur S *? ffi t0 ,the 0th" U" S'
an institution In Florida for weary CommitteeChairmen!" &J&SX t^L"" SP6"
From a vet In the Coral Gables Veterans Hospital: "It seems that cU "i"1,0" t0 *rance" .w
Suddenly and sweetly the
lady said:
"You have just issued
orders to your men to load
war supplies. And when I go
over to France, the French
longshoremen will ask me
about their brothers in
America and what they're
doing. When l tell them
that you are going to per-
sist in your policy of send-
ing the cargoes over there,
Kill that not drive them
into Communist hands?
W^wLVZt'* Unkn WMMni-ton at the famous meeting when
Adm. Denfeld was fired. Look at this headline: Fleet Leads
heffamJonfJ^n -ES W"1' ha* ne* to house from
. ?v*d nio,,..*!ol?r- Not " of course, ahem!.. Show Bu,l-
S?' .WT,ki?' "* 23 ** calls for chorus girls. Wages
TheVs Ma^haP'-h0/"' rt1"' Uk,n irU " P
Martin'J.. i?h* l ns tha.' barred the door* ot the closed La
Martinique night club were scissored by burglars. No mention n
the papers Memo te the Herald Tribune- It was L Rtra.aM.nh
* ts& *& .& as. -M H
which showed Louie no mercy Is now at his. ominisiration
-.- _.Tnat Miami gtte which denied losing advertising lust lost
$8,000 in Welch's Sweet Wine ads. Because it stupidly refused to
mention the commissioning of a new Naval Air Squadron ttrained
to evacuate wounded i where WW was invited to orate The Irony
. A?,e 8uUtv *dltor' name * lhe same as the new delicious
wine! (Plug over).. .The Oert von Gerthards (she's of the An-
heuser-Busch lager clan) are on the Verge of a Diverge From
Don Cuddy's "Scorecard" In the esteemed Florida Sun "He's be-
come to proficient around the Ronev putting green that he'
showing off bv sinking 20-ft. putts mlt one hand vet!' '
That piano gifted to HST "was made of wood from ever*
i
THIS IS YOU* rOltUM THI MADHS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
. _.Th M,U " W" feeders ot Th. Panamo Amorkon
totters art racc.ved ,-ot.tull .nd or. hondlad in o .holly confident^
Banner.
If you contribute I.t1ti don t k* mpationt H H doain't opmoi tha
text day. Lttttn ara publhd mi tha ernat racalvae.
Plaoi* try te kaae th, latten limitad to ena naf* length.
leantity at letter writers u htld in strictest confidence.
Thla na.ipaaar stemei no resp*nK>Uitv far erntamanti > opinion*
isiciied in latttn tram readers.
ADDRESS FURNISHED
The Mall Box
The Panama American
Panama City, R. P.
Dear Sirs:
In answer to the request sub-
mitted by "8tucko" in last
nie.hr's column for the address
of where to send old Xmas and
Birthday cards for the bedrid-
den children the address Is
gu follows;
United Cerebral Palsy
50 West 57th St.
New York l, N.Y.
I know your package of cards
will be greatly appreciated and
I hope that others will take
down the address and contri-
bute their cards too.
EMH.
(Editor's Note: The Panama
American wants to thank sev-
eral correspondents who kindly
supplied the address. The let-
ter from EMH reached us first.)
"Won't you let me have your
word that I can give them prac-
tical assurances that you will
change your policy un loading
these ships?"
Never lamous for his shy-
ness, Joe Ryan got slightly apo-
plectic.
"Listen, girlie," he snapped,
"those French longshoremen are
in the Communist Party. They
went In back In Dec. 4, 1936,
when they relused to unload our
SS George Washington of the
U. S. Lines and you, or your
people, know it. They even re-
fused to take off baggage. What
kind of a quiz program am I in
here? Is this your opinion, or
did the State Dept. send you In
here to tell me not to load
these ships? You got in here
only because of the State Dept.
and I know you've been visit-
ing other waterfront unions."
Startled, she stuttered:
"No, I'm voicing my own opi-
nion."
Joe opened the door, and
shouted for his secretary to
throw nor out before he lost
his temper and forgot he wasn't
on the docks.
Then the protests were
shot to the State Dept. But
it has refused to condemn
her, nor dissociate itself
from her'.
Who sent her? It doesn't seem
possible that she could dare do
MIAMI I am not a man to knock the way
I make a living, which is the business of com-
munication, but sometimes you wonder if we all
aren't a little overcommunlcated. to where our
powers of reception have been semi-drowned in
an Inundation of sensation.
There used to be an old thing which said,
"What vou don't, know don't hurt you," with
which It is easy to disagree. But the opposite
ill to Ignorance la surfeit which means a
bellyful of threat, crisis, horror and damna-
tion.
The poised ax of imminent disaster has al-
ways been a forceful tool, and has been lavish-
ly brandished by the exhorten, whether they
be politicians or preachers, hucksters or even
wives with a point to make. The threat Is a
trucky weapon, and the words, "If you don't do
such-and-such, so-and-so will happen" are rub-
bed slick with hard usage.
But It is possible to threaten too much, too
often, and too" wildly, a..that the keen edge
blunts and the harsh Impact Is reduced to a
tickle. The American people are In that stage
today. We have been threatened right down to
lethargy, doom-cried apathy. This has been
made possible by our vast network of commu-
nication the devices by which the crisis of
the moment, no matter where It occurs. Is swift-
ly transmitted to the home of every man.
Gen. Marshall, for Instance, tells us that we
are In. immediate danger of Russian attack. I
know this to be so. It Is highly conceivable
that at any time during the next two years a
fleet of Soviet bombers mav lav their deadly
eggs on anv of 200 Important American cities.
Our intelligence knows that the Russians have
such horrible side-bar eauipment as nerve gases
and disease spreaders, In addition to the big
bomb.
We know It. sure. We have been told it
over and over again. But we have been unable
lately to Interest the American Deople In the
mechanics of survival. This deadlv callousness
results from a simple reasoning: If threats are
loosely used to prove a piddling point, they are
watered down by repetition. If you keep tell-
ing a man he is going to die tomorrow, in or-
der to force him into buying a new Insurance
policy, he may become slightly distrustful when
a few years pass and he Is not yet dead.
In the vast, 17-story apartment building In
which we live, a request was made some months
back for a tenant to volunteer his apartment In
order to show a civil defense picture. My gal
offered the use of our place. Nine people show-
ed up, Including the man who ran the film and
who made the lecture on how to survive an A-
bombing. And out of the entire building, only
one person offered to lend his apartment, even
though the superintendent's notice was posted
for a couple of months In each elevator.
For some of this passive resistance I blame
chiefly the politicians and politico-military, and
I also blame us papers, books, radio tele-
vision, magazines and movies for helping them
along. In our honesty we have generally run
the good with the bad, and cannot say that we
have been too delicate In the choice of what
makes startling news.
Just for Instance I would put a lot more
weight on Gen. Marshall's newest salvo of dread
If I didn't know that this Is part of the ammu-
nition with which the Truman boys are fighting
Gen. MacArthur. I would trust a threat of ex-
tinction more implicitly if Hairbreadth Harry
hadn't used it a little while back, when he was
talking increased taxes.
For the past six years, lower-case generals and
admirals, agatetype politicians, and professional
gloom spreaders have made unhealthy capital
of the atom, in order to peddle their shoddy
little wares. And now, finally, we come to a
critical oolnt of civilization to find that the
voice of the prophets has been hoarsened by
overexertion In the marketplaces. It Is a sin
and a shame that we finally suspect motivation
so heavllv that we attach only small Importance
to the crv of doom, and brush aside baleful
warning under the often correct assumption |
that the baleful warner Is merely trying to sell
his own petty kettle of fish.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
BAD NEWS FOR THE KREMLIN
WASHINGTON. The atomic bomb, as Win-
ston Churchill has said, and as many people are
prone to forget, is "what we are living on now."
It Is therefore a fact of vital significance and
a fact which can hardly encourage our ene-
mies that enormous increases In American
atomic power have been made in recent month's.
Where atomic energy Is concerned, the report-
er is faced with a conflict between his duty of
reporting Important information and his duty
not to report information which is properly se-
cret. Recently this reporter and his partner
have resolved this conflict by suppressing two
columns at official request. Now much of the
Information then suppressed has become public-
ly available. What follows are conclusions, which
are strictly this reporter's own, and facts, which
have been checked with high authority to make
certain that no technical information useful to
a potential enemy appears.
The first conclusion is this that the third
and last of the atomic tests at Enlwetock, which
occurred this month, was the explosion of an
atomic bomb powerful enough to trigger a hy-
drogen bomb. It is a reasonable estimate that
the third Eniwetock bomb was five or six times
as poweriul as the Hiroshima bomb, and that
such a bomb exploded over a citv would either
totally destroy or verv severely damage an area
of about thlrtv square miles.
If this estimate is correct. It raises an obvi-
ous question. Since only two or three bombs
of the power of the third Bniwetock bomb would
destroy almost anv city In the world, is the hy-
drogen bomb project useful and rational? At
anv rate, the appalling power of the third Bni-
wetock bomb should certainly give any potential
aggressor pause.
The second conclusion is that the United
States now has an atomic stockpile sufficient to
permit the use of atomic bombs on a great
scale, not onlv strategically, against cities, but
tactically, aeainst troops in the field.
This conclusion derives largely from the.re-
sults of the previous series of atomic tests near
Las Vegcu. in Nevada. Nothing should be said
about the technical nature of these tests, except
the general statement that they were designed
Drew Pearson says: Fabulous Greeks controls large part
of world shipping; Marshall Plan shipments paid for
Liberty ships; Rollcall of operators reveals vast ship-
ing empire.
WASHINGTON.While the United States has poured several
billion dollars into Greece to prevent that country from going
Communist, a little group of Greek shipping men haw (ut across
the type of high finance that helps Inspire Communism.
Paving almost no taxes in their own country, and not car-
rying Marshall Plan goods to Greece free, aa did the Govern-
ment-owned vessel* of France, England, Italy, etc., these Greek '
hipping men bought surplus American Liberty ships at bargain
rates and, using Greek Government finances to guarantee their
deals, now control a large part of the world's snipping.
Meanwhile the American public has been paying heavy taxes
to support Greece. Meanwhile also the average Greek citizen liv-
ing In Greece Is only a few steps removed from poverty, while
the Greek shipping magnates live In luxury in New York and -
London.
What they did was to buy 98 surplus Liberty ships with Greek
government credit. Immediately thereafter, shipping rates went
up, thanks to the shipment of Marshall Plan goods abroad, and
in two or three trips the Greek magnates were able to pay fpr
the purchase price of the Liberty ships.
Then they turned around and used the huge profits to bujr."
American oil tankers, and more recently to order construction! di -
some of the biggest tankers in the oil Industry. As a result they
v. HI almost dominate the long-term oil transport business. ""
GREEK ROLLCALL
Here Is the continued rollcall of the fabulous Greeks and
the shipping empire they have amassedlargely at the experti*
of Uncle Sam:
Arlstoles S. Onassle, who operates a great tanker fleet
through a Panamanian corporation, the Olympic Oil Une, has
Just ordered two 40,000-ton tankers to be built at Hamburg, plus
three 21,000-ton tankers. Furthermore he has the cash to pay
for them. Onassis also has a fleet of dry cargo vessels under
tne Panamanian flag, another fleet under the Honduran flag
and at least one or two ships under the Norwegian flag. For-
merly an Argentine resident, he owns home* in Athens, Greece;
and Montevideo, Uruguay; is represented in this country by
Simpson, Spence and Young of New York City.
Another fabulous Greek shipping czar is the Calllnianopulos
combine, owners of the Hellenic Lines. Ltd., and purchasers of
two of the original, bargain-rate Liberty ships; also owners of
at least one Panamanian shipping company, the General Shlfi- -
ping Corporation, which has been buying American ships and '
tiansferring them to the Panamanian flag. Calllmanopulos also
owns an Interest in the Fenton Steamship Company, Ltd.
PLENTY OF CASH
On March 28, 1848, Calllmanopulos reported the following
assets to the Maritime Commission: $79,840.94 in cash at the
National City Bank of New York; $500,000 In 2yi per cent U.S. ,
bonds; $280,000 hi 2,,4 per cent U.S. bonds; $58,000 In U.8. certU;..,
f.'cates of Indebtedness. He also reported a joint account with
his wife of $23,486.60 In cash. In the National City Bank and 1,500 '
shares of the American Export Line. In escrow, he had $3425fiO'
In 2A per cent U.S, bonds and $155,000 In U.S. certificates' of -
Indebtedness.
Another Greek magnate, John M. Carras has been buying
American ships and transferring them to Panamanian registry
under his own name, listing Santa Monica, Calif., as his address.
He also owns Ca. de Navegacin Las Cruces, 8A., a Panamanian
corporation, together with a 25 per cent Interest In the Atlantic
Maritime Corporation, the Panamanian company controlled by
the Livanos brothers. Carras also has holdings In London, has
been vice president and general manager of the Standard Ship-
building Corporation of San Pedro, Calif.
A. G. Pappadakls owns the Panamanian corporation, Cia.
Lama de Vapores, which has been buying American vessels fpr
Panamanian registry. Pappadakls also bought one of the original
Liberty ships In his own name. On March SO, 1947, he reported "
to the Maritime Commission that he had $275,000 in American -
banks.
O G. Gratsos bought two of the original Liberty ships as
C. G. Gratsos and Bros., and another one as Constantlne G. Grat-
sos. He now owns several vessels, flying both the Panamanian
and Honduran flags. On August 1, 1946, Gratsos reported to the
Maritime Commission that he had $85 000 in cash In New York
tanks and large holdings In Dracoulis Ltd., of London.
GREEK PRIME MINISTER
George N. Moatsos and Sopholocles E. Venlzelos. now premier
ot Greece, bought an original Liberty ship, and are now listed aa
the owners of the Compaa Martima Istmea, a Panamanian
corporation.
M. C. and J. C. Had jipateras bought one Liberty ship each, .,
are reported to be big operators in the Greek maritime circle.
In 1947, M. C. Hadjipateras informed the Maritime Commission
that he had $160,000 In New York banks and 15,000 pounds in
London banks; J. C. Hadjipateras reported that he had $210.000
in New York banks and 25,000 pounds In London banks.
John 8. Coumantaros la another fabulous Greek shipper who
lias heavy holdings In Nomikos, Ltd., of London; J. Coumantaros,
Ltd., of Buenos Aires; and considerable real estate and shipping
interests in Greece, Itself. The record of the 98 Liberty ships
shows that one was sold to John S. Coumantaros and one sold
to Panos 8. Coumantaros. John 8. also told the Maritime Com- -
mission that he had $170.000 in deposit In the National City
Bank of New York and other deposits In British and South Am-
erican banks.
Other Greeks with big shipping Interests Include Dimltrio"
J. Chandrls; George Coutsouvelis; 8. G., Marls A. and Michael .
A. Emblrlcos: Leonard, Basil. Nicholas and Michael Goulandrls;
Constantlne Konlalidis; Panaghis C. Lemos; Dimitrlos Pateras:
Nicholas Rethymnls; O., Alexandros and Nomlcos Sgalas; Evan-
felos Nomikos, George Vergottis and D. J. Negroponte. Of these,
onstantlne Konlalidis lists himself as a citizen of Uruguay, but
has bought several American ships for various South Amerli
registry. MB
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
tht without order from ,m> v"c kciiciiu statement mac uiey were uranncu
IwwL t, SOme "t wt more for less." But It can be said and
superior. Who Is he?
(Copyright i9il. Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc./
this also should offer no encouragement to our
enemies that the Las Vegas tests were so suc-
cessful that thev had the effect of doubling
overnight American atomic nower, Just u sure-
ly aa though the actual number Of bombs had
been doubled.
Four more Nevada tests are presently sched-
uled, which are expected also decisively to In-
crease the American atomic potential. It ia thua
reasonable to conclude that, even If world war
came tomorrow. It would be possible to use large
numbers of atomic bombs tactically, In aupport
of defending troops. And although atomic bombs
could not stop a decisively superior advancing
army, bombs used in great numbers to aupport
a aerlous defense could have a profound effect
on the course of the fighting.
The third conclusion relates to the second.
An entirely new and extremely significant tac-
tical use for the atomic bomb la now envisaged.
The fact that there are plana for exploding an
atomic bomb underground has already been pub-
lished elsewhere. There are reasons for believ-
ing that one underground teat haa already taken
place In the Aleutians. If not. such a test will
aoon take place, and will be followed by other
teats of bombs of different degrees of power ex-
ploded at varying depths.
The real meaning of thla is simple. Theoreti-
cally, at least, It would be Immensely difficult
and perhaps Impossible for an advancing army
to clear a safe path through the vast weight of
contaminated, radioactive soil thrown up by an
underground atomic explosion. It la true that
thla soil would remain lethally contaminated
only for a few daya or weeks, and true also that
the area affected would not be unlimited. Yet
it is obvious that, If the tests are successful, this
new technlaue for denying vital ground to an
advancing enemy could also have a profound
effect on the course of any future war.
All this offera no grounds for complacency.
If world war cornea. It will not be won by ato-
mic bomba. It will be won only by more blood,
more sweat, and more tears than the world haa
ever known before. Yet the beat hope that the
blood, the sweat and the tears will not have to
be ahed lies still In American atomic power, and
in American willingness to use this terrible
power If the Soviet rulers decide to plunge the
world into general war. And the fact that
American atomic power la now fa: greater than
It has ever been before should surely cause the
Soviet rulers to hesitate before taking thla final,
fatal decision.
(Copyright. 1M1, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
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supporting
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15 Slight taste
16 Expunge
18 Terminus
19 Gratify
21 Pesters
23 Symbol for
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(ab.)
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Latvia
27 Entreaty
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home (Bib.)
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fabrics
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convulsively
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outcast
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selenium
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bridge
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I Se
inaugura esta tarde la
Feria Agro-Pecuaria de Coln
El Excelentsimo seor Presidente de U Republics, don Alcl-
biades Arosemena, wsugurar hoy, s las da ls Urde. j*_frts
Agropecuaria e Industrial de Cotn. Yerificsndose tamedlatamente
U bendicin de ls misas por Su Ilustrislma Monseor Jos M.
Preciado N., Obispo de Colon. -_. ,
Pronunciar el discurso de entrega de ls Ferls. el eonoelflo
hombre de negocios don Antonio Tafsropukw .ven nombro flel
Poder Ejecutivo llevar ls palabra el Ingenio David Samadlo, Mi-
nistre de Agricultura, Comercio e Industrias.
El programa de inauguracin promete sr de lo mas espeets-
cula. Se lansarin al aire centonares de palomas mensajeras, se
harn varias sslvss y volsrn sobro el esmpo vsrlss avionetas.
Los aetos de inauguracin estarn amenizados por el Coro
del Colegio Abel Bravo y ls Banda del Cnerpo de Bomberos de
Coln, quienes entonarn el himno de ls Feria.
Durante el acto, el seor Presidente de la Republics har on-
trsgs s campesinos de ls Proviscia 35 titulos de patrimonio ia-
A las 6.3* de la Urde, el Presidente del Comit Organitador,
seor don Jos M. Gonzles C, s nombre del Comit har un
brindis al seor Presidente de Is Republics en el Pabelln de Agrl-
A continuacin el programa oficial de la coronacin de ls
Reins de ls Ferls de Coln, Gioconda I y dems actos.
COLON, Majo 19 (BPA)FJ Club los Tigres, organizadores
del xito del retando de la Feria de Coln, ha confeccionado el
siguiente orden del programs eue se desarrollarn esta noche
durante el seto de la coronseln de su Majestad Gioconda I:
8 p. m.lLlegada si Palacio Real de Su Majestad Giocon-
da I, acompaada de sus edeesnes. damas de honor y caballeros
'.Presentacin de las seoritas Martha Spadafora, del Rei-
nado Tipleo Nacional; Olga Bar raza, Reina del Club de Leones;
Basle Rodriguez, Reina de Aiuero; NI Isa Quintero, Reina de la
Caa de Asosr, de Pes; Ins Lowe, Princess Chins, y Josefs
Black, Princesa del Magisterio Panameo Unido, quienes saluda-
rn a Su Majestad Gioconda I.
3.Coronseln de Is Reins de Is Ferls, Gioconda I, por su
Excelencia el Ministro de Agricultura y Comercio, Ingeniero don
David Ssmudlo.
4.Manifiesto dirigido al pueblo colonense por Su Majestad
Gioconda I, Soberana de la Feria de Cotn.
5.Marcha por la Banda Republicans.
.Espectculo Negroide.
7.Maris Luisa Trujillo.
I.Bailes por los Indios de San Blas. .
9.Interpretacin por el Coro del Colegio Abel Bravo.
19.Msica panamea por el Conjunto de Lenidas Csjar.
11.Obertura por ls Banda Republicana.
12.Himno Nacional.
MAANA DOMINGO, a las 2 p. m.Segn el programa, Su
Majestad Gioconda I desembarcara en sus dominios reales, en il
nuevo puerto de Coln, Desando hasta l en la nsve espltsna do
su escuadra, scompasds de todos los barcos de ls misma, quo
desfilarn antes, en formacin, por toda la baha.
A continuacin har pblico su decret de indulto, mediants
el cual sern puestos en libertad varios de los presos que han tra-
bajado en la Feria. El seto ser amenizado por una banda da
msicos.
A las S p. m.Se llevar s caso el desfile de carros y carro*
sas dla Corte de Su Majestad por las calles de Coln. La acom-
paarn las otras Reinas y Princesas invitadas y sus Cortee. To-
marn parte igualmente todas las comparsas con sus conjuntos
musicales.
seiic/i
rutlir
s partir del 15 de
mayo prximo
s las 2:39 de la Urde
SENDAS MUSICALES"
Patrocina: la compaa
de seguros de vida
IL GUILA IMPERIAL
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PAPEL ASFALTADO.
ASFALTO
part techo*
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Vis Espaa, llegando a J. Franco. Tel. 3-1503
ftftO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P.. SBADO, MATO M, lttl
OINCO CENTESIMOS-

Diez mil rojos diarios masacran los aliados
liad
Pedirn al Comdte.
declaracin jurada
El Doctor Jos N. Lasso de
la Vega defender al Doctor
Arias ante la Asamblea Nal.
El doctor Jos N. Lasso de
la Vega, figura prominente del
foro nacional, ha aceptado a-
aumir la defensa del ex-Presl-
dente de Panam doctor Ar-
nulfo Artas Madrid, en el juicio
que le seguir la Asamblea Na-
cional por extrallmlUcln de
funciones.
El doctor Lasso de ls Vega
le designado por el mlsmu
Dr. Artas para que asumiera
su defensa.
El doctor Lasso d la Vega
se educ en Espaa y Francia
y ha servido varias ctedras
en la Universidad de Panam.
El doctor Lasso de- la Vega
gota de magnfica repuUcin
por su profundo conocimiento
del derecho y por su brillante
dialctica.
Ai ser entrevistado por uno
de nuestros redactores esta ma-
ana, indic que para la de-
fensa del doctor Arnulfo Arias
ha obtenido la colaboracin de
varios abogados que lo aseso-
rarn en su labor.
Manifest tambin que tiene
ya en preparacin un escrito
para aducir pruebas a fin de
establecer los antecedentes de
la derogatoria, los efectos de
sta y la cooperacin o ayuda
que recibiera el Ejecutivo en
relacin con dicho decreto.
Seis millones de obreros en
contra de las dictaduras de
los pases de Latino-Amrica
WASHINGTON, mayo 19.
El Congreso de Organizaciones
Industriales (CIO), federacin
sindical que agrup a cerca de
6,000,000 de trabajadores, de-
Nombra periodistas
de la Feria S. M.
Gioconda Primera
La Reina de la Perla d
Coln ha dictado los rigulen-
tes decretos:
DECRETO No.
Yo, Gioconda la., Reina de
la Feria y por la voluntad del
pueblo colonense,
DECRETO:
Articulo nico: Nmbranse
periodistas de la Feria, por la
brillante cooperacin prestada
en favor de esta actividad c-
vica con derecho a gozar de
todos los privilegios reales de
mi Corte, y que se les con-
ceda el titulo de Grandes de
la Prensa Nacional y, con de-
recho asimismo, a llevar el cor-
dn de oro de Defensores de las
Libertades Pblicas, a los si-
guientes caballeros:
Toms Gabriel Duque
Harmodlo Arias
Samuel Lewis
Arqulmedes Fernndez
Daniel Jacinto Fuentes
Armando Moreno O.
Moiss Torrijos Herrera
Luis E. Gonzlez
Luis Carlos Noli
Carlos Vlez
Eufemio Fuentes
Mario Augusto Rodrigues
Manuel ngulo
Guillermo Vega
Leopoldo Moreno
Carlos Rangel
Daro de Diego
Nacho Valds
Eduardo Rltter Aislan
Jos A. Cajar Escala .
Ricardo Lince
Carlos Sol Bosch
iPasa a U pgas 9 colamas C)
nuncio enrgicamente los go-
biernos "dictatoriales" de la A-
mrica Latina y recalc la ne-
cesidad de asistencia econmica
a los pueblos democrticos, "co-
mo estmulo a las fuerzas po-
lticas democrticas".
Estas opiniones figuran ex-
presadas en un folleto publi-
cado hoy, que resume la posi-
cin del CIO y su papel en
la poltica Internacional, y las
opiniones expresadas por el pre-
sidente de la comisin inter-
nacional del CIO, Jacobs Pa-
tofiltl, al Presidente Truman.
El folleto del CIO en su ca-
pitulo consagrado a la Amrica
Latina, declara que los Estados
Unidos no deben permitirse "ce-
rrar los ojos" sobre los proble-
mas urgentes de esas Repbli-
cas vecinas.
El mejor medio para comba-
tir a los comunistas en la A-
mrica Latina es dar nuestro
pleno apoyo a los programas
democrticos destinados a ade-
lantar reformas de las estruc-
turas econmicas que permitan
a los pueblos gozar de ;>n nivel
de vida decente por primera
vez en su vida".
Tales reformas, aade, cons-
tituiran "la mejor muralla con-
tra el totalitarismo comunista
o fascista".
El CIO cita la creacin de la
ORIT en Mxico en enero pa-
sado, como "paso decisivo" ha-
cia la unin de las fuerzas de-
mocrticas de Latino Amrica.
Examinando el papel del pro-
grama del Punto Cuarto, el fo-
lleto declara que sois podra ser
eficaz si acompaa su Introduc-
cin en los pases beneficiarlos
de tcnicos del trabajo que per-
mitan al pueblo de los Estados
Unidos desarrollar su propia
civilizacin industrial.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
24.100
La Comisin se la
solicitar cuando
l d su informe
El Presidente de la Comisin
Investigadora de la Asamblea
Nacional, Hon. Lorenzo Brra-
la, inform esta maana que
la Comisin le haba tomado
declaraciones a los ex-Mlnistros
Celso A. Carbonell y Cristbal
Adn de Urrlola, asi como al
ex-Secretario General de la Pre-
sidencia, don Jos Ehrman.
En la maana de hoy, la Co-
misin le tom declaracin a
los ex-Minlstros Carlos N. Brln,
Norberto Zurita, y Maria 8. de
Miranda.
El doctor Arnulfo Arlas, quien
se encuentra detenido en un
cuarto del Cuartel Central de
Polica, fue visitado est maa-
na ais* once por su -espesa
seara,- doa Ana Matilde Li-
najs de Arlas, despus que la
Comisin Investigadora le le-
vante la incomunicacin a que
aetaba sometido.
Se sabe que despus que el
Comandante Primer Jefe de la
Polica Nacional, seor Jos A.
Remn Cantera, rinda su infor-
me, la Comisin, con base s
ese documento, le solicitar una
declaracin Jurada sobre los he-
chos polticos en que ha In-
tervenido la Polica, tal como lo
dispone el auto cabeza de pro-
ceso dictado por la Comisin en
las sumarlas Instruidas contra
el Dr. Arnulfo Arlas.
El doctor Arlas se encuentra
a rdenes de la Asamblea Na-
cional.
La ampliacin de la Indaga-
toria rendida por el Dr. Arias
ayer, tom ocho folios, pero el
testimonio del doctr Arlas si-
gue mantenlndse en la ms es-
tricta reserva.
Las fuerzas comunistas estn
a seis millas de la abatida
capital Surcoreana de Sel
TOKIO, Mayo 19 (UP) Las escala en ese sector
fuerzas comunistas chinas o.-n-, La Segunda Division de tro-
paron a la abandonada ciudad pas aliadas rechas catorce sel-
faa
de Uijongbu a once millas al
norte de Sel y enviaron B'is
ttrillas, a unas seis millas de
capital surcoreana.
Una devisin de tropas ame-
ricanas, holandesas y franceas
detuvieron el avance comunista
en el frente central oriental n
una histrica batalla en donde
los rojos fueron masacrados
cerca de diez mil por da. Los
rojos fueron detenidos por el
increble fuego de la artillera
y luchas cuerpo a cuerpo.
Hubo un momento en que ios
caones de la divisin lanza-
ron sobre unos mil atacantes
comunistas una lluvia de eos
mil proyectiles en ocho minutC3.
La divisin rechaz todos los
Intentos de los rojos de cerecr-
Kx y establecieron una nue\a
linea, slida de defensa al'sur-
oeste, sur y este de Hanggyc a
16 millas al sur-este de Chun-
chon y 14 millas al sur del Pa-
ralelo 38.
Slnembargo, dos d Itislone!
surcoreana continuaron reti-
rndose en el frente oriental
exponiendo a la segunda divi-
sin a los peligrosos ataques de
flanqueos en la derecha.
Los rojos continuaron lanzan-
do mayores ataques contra ia
lnea del Rio Pulrhan en al-fren
te central occidental en lo que
parece ser un nuevo avance.
Las tropas surcoreanas y nor-
teamericanas d e t uvleron el
nuevo avance en una batallo
cuerpo a cuerpo que dur nudve
horas al sur de la represa de
Pukhan.
En un choque, los surcorear.es
mataron a 684 rojos con car;:.*
de bayonetas. La amenaza del
intenso fuego de artillera apa-
rentemente Impidi cualquier o-
tro ataque comunista en gran
En libertad hasta hoy
mil treinta detenidos
vajes asaltos comunistas durar-
te la noche, diez de ellos en lu-
chas cuerpo a cuerpo con bayo-
netas y granadas. Los carabine-
ros escogan sus victimas cor.
la misma calma que si estuvie-
ian disparando "tiro al blanc".
Antes de retirarse a su nueva
linea de defensa, la segunda Di-
visin logr librar a tres bata-
llones y dos compaas que ha-
blan sido atrapadas y cercadas.
Los comandantes aliados se
encontraban Jubilosos por Isa
enormes bajas que se le han o-
caslonado a los comunistas en
los primeros cuatro das de su
nueva fase de la ofensiva ce
primavera.
Dijeron que no estaban preo-
cupados por la penetracin co-
munista en el este, pero que se
mantenan vigilantes n l
frentes occidental -y central o*
cldenal para evitar cualquier a-
salto en gran escala en ejos
frentes.
Representantes del
Export Import Bank
llegaron anoche
Slo quedan en la
Crcel Modelo hoy
veinte ciudadanos
De un totsl de 1,050 deteni-
dos pdlitlcos como consecuencia
de los ltimos sucesos ocurridos
el 10 de Mayo, slo se encuen-
tran todava detenidos veinte
personas. Es decir, en una sema-
na se han libertado 1,030 deteni-
dos.
A fin de apresurar la libertad
de los detenidos, los tres Fis-
cales del Circuito de panam
y el Fiscal Segundo del Primer
Distrito Judicial, los licenciados
Vianor Bellido, Alejandro Cajar,
Daro Sandoval y Carlos Augus-
to Lpez, establecieron tempo-
ralmente sus despachos en la
oflcln* del Director de la Cer-
{cel Modeh. *
A medida que se le fueron
tomando declaraciones a los de-
tenidos polticos, se fu orde-
nando su libertad, y como diji-
mos antes, slo se encuentran
detenidos 20 personas, ademas
del Dr. Arnulfo Arlas, quien se
encuentra a rdenes del Presi-
dente de la Asamblea HD. C-
sar Guillen en el Cuartel Cen-
tral de Polica.
He aqu la lista de las per-
sonas que an se encuentran
detenidas: Simn brego, Car os
Mendlzbal. Leonor A. Gonzlez
Santos, Flix de la Cruz McKay,
Carlos Manuel Lpez, Juan E.
Castro, Jorge Rubn Rosas, Juan
de Dios Poyeda. Julio Guerra,
Custodio Vlllarreal, Rolando Ll-
Qued totalmente devastada
la poblacin de Esmeraldas
por el incendio de ayer f
QUITO, Mayo 19 (UP) El
diarlo "El Comercio" informa
que el voraz incendio ocurrido
en Esmeraldas redujo a ceni-
zas a 250 casas en los barrios
Anoche llegaron a **anam los
distinguidos banqueros norte-
americanas seores A. Redway
y E. Hallbrook, representantes
del Export Import Bank of
Washington. Fuimos informados
que los seores Redway y Hall-
brook permanecern aqui varios
HES ESI rKsfES
Los civiles
contra los

inician movimiento
bolivianos
Se abre un concurso
para las escuelas
primaras del pas
El Departamento de Cultu-
ra del Ministerio de Educacin
hace un llamado a las escuelas
primarlas de la Repblica pa-
ra que Interesen a los alumnos
de los V y VI grados en el
concurso patrocinado por la Le-
gacin Americana sobre el te-
ma: Americanismo.
Como ya se ha publicado en
otra ocasin, habr un premio
para la mejor composicin de
cada provincia y uno nacional,
para la mejor composicin de
toda la Repblica. Este premio
consiste en una medalla de ho-
nor, ofrecida por la "Fundacin
Internacional Eloy Alfaro", cien
dlares y el auxilio de una be-
ca para concluir estudios en
los Estados Unidos.
Los trabajos debern entre-
garse al director de la escuela
respectiva a ms tardar el 13
de Junio. En cada provincia se
Integrar un comit constitu-
do por el Inspector Provincial
de Educacin y dos miembros
del Club de Leones de la Ca-
becera. Este comit seleccionar
el mejor trabajo de toda la
Provincia y lo remitir, a ms
tardar, el 22 de Junio al Comit
Nacional.
El Comit Nacional escoger
el mejor trabajo de toda la
Repblica y estar formado por
el Ministro de Educacin, o co-
mo tu representante el Jete del
Departamento de Cultura, dos
iPass s la Ps. . csi. il
llares
"Esta lucha desigual puede
durar una semana o un ae
pero saldremos triunfantes"
Terminantes declaraciones hace representante del
Movimiento Nacional Revolucionario alM
Decidi quedarse
en Panam Mario
Cont Fernndez
El Seor Mario Cont Fe-
nndez, Ex-Jefe de Transposes
y Tlleles, quien se encontraba
asilado en la Embajada de Gd-
temela, y cuyo salvoconducto
haba sido slllcltado por el E*i.-
aajador Oscar Benitez Bone al
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores, decidi en la maana de
hoy declinar ese privilegio y
quedarse dentro del territorio
nacional.
C Calzadilla es
sub-gerente de la
Caja del Seguro
El Licenciado Manuel Sols P.,
Gerente de la Caja del Seguro
Social Inform esta maana a
"El panam-Amrica", que ha-
bla designado al Licenciado Car
los Calzadilla. Sub-Oerente de
la Caja del Seguro Social. El Li-
cenciado Calzadilla es uno de
los dirigentes del Frente Patri-
tico que ms se ha caracteriza-
do por sus luchas en pro de
los Intereses populares es por
ello que su designacin ha sido
recibida con general compla-
cencia.
LA PAZ, Mayo IB (UP) Vn
dirigente del Movimiento Nacio-
nal Revolucionario advirti que
el partido se encuentra listo a
lanzarse a la rebelln armada
al fuera necesario, para ilvar
al poder al candidato Vctor
Paz Estenssoro.
Hernn Siles dijo a la Prensa
Unida que el pueblo de Bolivia
y el Movimiento Nacional Revo-
lucionarlo no reconocen a ia
.'unta Miltalr que se encuentra
en el poder.
Dijo que el pueblo boliviano
y el MNR reiteran su f en la
democracia y lucharn luuta
que ste se Imponga en Bolivia,
invocando el derecho a la rebe-
lln reconocido en le Carta Ce
las Naciones Unidas. "Esta lu-
cha desigual puede durar una
semana o un ao, pero saldre-
mos victoriosos".
Sue* continu diciendo que si
Paz Estenssoro es reconoclU
como Presidente, el MNR tiene
planeado dar a Bolivia el con-
trol de su economa a fin de que
el pueblo se beneficie, y man-
tendr cordiales relaciones c >n
todas las naciones amerlcancs
y las Naciones Unidas. RespcU-
r tos tratados existentes y i-
obligaciones con las Naciones
Unidas y establecer '1a aplica-
cin real de la libertad y la de-
mocracia".
La PAZ, Mayo 19 (UP) El
Canciller de Bolivia, Coronel
Toms Antonio Surez, dijo i'.e
(rasa a ls Pg. . C*. )
Nuevo nmero de
la revista 'Recreo*
se ha publicado
Con interesante jaaterlal de
lectura ha aparecido en estos
das un nuevo nmero de la
reviste infantil "Recreo", diri-
gida por las seoras Yolanda
Camarano de 8ucre y Josefs C.
de Corres.
Este revista que ha tenido en
en cada uno de los nmeros
aparecidos, gran aceptacin, es
un verdadero y original esfuer-
zo de sus directoras para brin-
dar a los nios de la localidad
una verdadera revista netamen-
te infantil y guiada por los
ms asequibles ejemplos mora-
les y educativos.
Hasta el 31 de Mayo
recibirn trabajos
para un Concurso
El Departamento de Cultura
del Ministerio de Educacin, se
vale de este medio para hacer
saber a los Interesados en el
Concurso Literario Ricardo Mi-
r, que el plazo final para la
entrega de las obras, finaliza el
31 de los corrientes a las 12 ni.
Como recordarn nuestros lec-
tores, el Concurso consta esta
vez de tres secciones: la de poe-
sa, novela y la de Historia Mu-
chos ti abajos han sido envia-
dos ya al Departamento de Cin-
tura, provenientes de distlntes
partea de la Repblica.
Panagra proporciona
avin para ayudar a
vctimas del Ecuador
Funcionarlos de la Panagra
anunciaron que un avin de .a
compaa ha sido puesto a dis-
posicin del Gobierno ecuato-
riano para el envi de auxilios
a la ciudad de Esmeraldas, que
ha sido destruida parcialmente
por un incendio el 17 de mayo.
Ese Importante puerto sobre
la costa septentrional del Ecua-
dor, a unas cuantas mll'as al
Norte de la linea ecuatorial, es
servido por vuelos 1e itinerario
regular de Panagra.

ms populosos y ricos de i
ciudad.
El corresponsal especial en-
viado por 'El Comercio" dice qutf
diez manzanas fueron reducidas
a cenizas por el pavoroso In-
cendio quesee termin por si
mismo. Agrega que cinco .kil.
personas' han quedado sin Le-
gar, presas de la desesperacin^,. *>
La falta de elemento* g***st
luchar contra el ineertaio y *
limaes vl-mtos pejrraltieroi
ia*. llama* se propagaran in-
controlables-
Luego dice que la Polica rh
pudo conservar el orden, y lo
que no fu devorado pon las i-
mas fu saqueado por los ma-
leantes. Las prdidas materia-.
es se calculan en i millonea
de Sucres. (
Entre los principales edlflc"^
consumidos por las llamas fi-
guran las oficinas de la Pana-,
gra, 6landar Frlut, la Escuela
b de Agosto y el -Edificio
UNICEF. *
El Presidente Galo Plaza ;d
g a las 3 de la tarde a Esa:*-,
radas dirigiendo la labor esa
ocorro a las victimas doi terri-,
ble Incendio.
Habr reunin do
los gineclogos el
martes prximo
La reunin ordinaria de ls
trela y Ginecologa, correspon-
diente al mes de mayo, no s
pudo llevar a cabo en ?i fecha
indicada: por lo tanto, se ce-
lebrar el martes 22 de mayo,
a las 7.36 p.m. en el Club de
Golf. Se espera puntual aslsv
tencia.
Contra los militares se han
de mantener vigilantes los
universitarios de Bolivia
t p7 wvn io (UP) Lh que se halla embuido de alto
*Jtacornffi que"este ma- .Sentimiento patritico".
drugada, elementos del Movi-
miento Nacional Revoluciona-
rlo, encabezados por Alvaro P-
rez atacaron la Comisaria de
Villa Victoria, resultando un ca-
rabinero muerto y tres heridos.
Los atacantes huyeron y la V >-
llca ha restablecido el orde.v.
La Federacin Universitaria
de La Paz dio a la publicidad u-
na resolucin en que dice q-e
considerando que se ha pro-
ducido un golpe de estado mi-
litar, resuelve ponerse en acti-
vidad vigilante para contrarres-
tar cualquier tentativa que la
Junta hiciera contra la auto-
noma de la Universidad, ia
cual defenderemos enrgica-
mente.
"Deplorar que el Ejrcito
haya asumido el mando de la
nacin interrumpiendo el pro-
ceso institucional que a co.o
plazo habra acabado con el r-
gimen oficialista que ha sumido
a Bolivia en un caos de odios,
angre y miseria.
"Este pronunciamiento no
ampare poltitamente al Movi-
miento Nacional Revolucionario
Est en Panam
un alio jefe de la
Bomba venezolana
Esta maana visit nuestra
redaccin el Capitn Adolfo
Valbuena Bravo, Inspector d-
los Cuerpos de Bomberos de
Venezuela, quien ha venido a
nuestro pais con objeto de ha-
cer un curso especial en la
Zona del Canal, y observar la
organizacin del Cuerpo de
Bomberos de Panam.
El seor Valbuena vino a-
compaado d e 1 Comandante
Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros. Coronel Ral Arengo IE.
y nos entreg un nmero de
la revista "Fuego" rgano dei
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Vene-
zuela. Este revista, ntidamen-
te impresa, recoge varios aspea*
tos de la vida venezolana y trae
un articulo en el cual se rln*.
de homenaje a la memorlaS
cue"en *l4f apedreara nuestra i"0*?""0,, d* los Bomberae/r
querida casa de estudios, ,m0 [Amrica Comandante, u a o
I Antonio Gu izado.
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CON EL BANCO AGROPECUARIO

Es evidente que en diversos sectores del pas
>e nota cierta inconformidad con ciertos aspectos
del funcionamiento del Banco Agro-Pecuario. En
.varias formas se han manifestado algunos organis-
mos particulares en el sentido de denunciar irre-
gularidades en dicha institucin, las cuales se con-
sideran sumamente inconvenientes para el logro del
cometido especfico de dicho Banco.
Los comerciantes se han quejado porque, segn
ellos, la poltica del Agro-Pecuario en relacin con
Jos productos que ste importa del extranjero se
aparta de las verdaderas finalidades de la mencio-
nada institucin.
"
Por otro lado, desde hace algunas semanas, se
plante el problema de la importacin de arroz, lo
cual dio motivo a serias manifestaciones en contra
del Banco de numerosos agricultores del interior,
especialmente de los que estn produciendo este
grano.
Todava no se ha podido precisar con exacti-
tud si hay o no suficiente arroz en el pas. Los
productores nacionales sostienen que la importa-
cin no se justifica y que pone en peligro el futuro
de la agricultura panamea. Para poner fin a esta
controversia seguramente hay medios que permi-
tan esclarecer la verdad en el asunto, y en ello de-
be esmerarse el Banco Agro-Pecuario. Es perfecta-
mente posible realizar una adecuada investigacin
que ponga ante el pblico todos los hechos en for-
ma absolutamente objetiva.
Esa investigacin debe adelantarse lo ms pron-
to posible no slo para impedir un fracaso a nues-
tros agricultoresque es lo primordial evitar-
sino tambin para que la comunidad tenga confian-
za en la orientacin econmica del Banco Agro-
Pecuario.
Hay que tener presente que si por cualquier
descuido de parte de las instituciones del Estado
fallara el intento de estimular el desenvolvimiento
agrcola del pas con ello se le causara a Panam
Un ran perjuicio: Si los productores de arroz lle-
garan a perder este ao por una negligencia o por
funciona'miento defectuoso del Banco Agro-Pecua-
fio st> matara el entusiasmo en ej interior y para
el futuro nadie tratara de sembrar por el temor
al fracaso.
Texto de la resolucin de
embargo de armamentos para
la China y Corea del Norte
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
York, Mayo IPSISJ A conti-
nuacin se da el texto de la Re-
solucin adoptada por el Comit
de Medidas Adicionales de i
Asamblea General de las Na-
ciones Unidas, en l que se re-
comienda un embargo adicio-
nal estratgico contra el rgi-
men comunista chino y Corea
del None:
"La Asamblea General, "En
vista del i.-.forme del Comit so-
bre Medidas adicionales, de le-
cha...
"Teniendo presente su reso-
lucin 498 (V) de lo de lebre-
ro de .951,
"En vista de que:
a. Ei Comit de Medidas Adi-
cionales esablecido por esa Re-
solucin he considerado las me-
didas adicionales que deben em-
plearse para hacerle frente a
la agresin *a Corea;
b. El Comit de Medidas Adi-
cionales ha informado que al-
gunos estados han tomado ya
medidas tendientes a negar
contribuciones para el podero
militar de las fuerzas qtte se
oponen a las Naciones Unidas
en Corea.
t. El Comit de Medidas Adi-
cionales ha informado tambin
que ciertas medidas econmicas
tendientes a seguir negando esa
contribucin ayudara a -la ac-
cin de las Naciones Unidas en'
Corea y tambin a poner pron-
to tin a la agresin;
"Recomienda a todos loi Es-
tados
a. Aplicar un embargo sobre
los embarques de armas pora las
zonas bajo el control del Go-
bierno Central Popular'de Chi-
na y a las autoridades de Co-
rea del Norte, municiones lm
de energa atmica, petrleo y
artculos tiles a la produccin
de armas, municiones y mate-
riales de guerra;
b. Determinar qu artculos
exportados de su territorio caen
dentro del embargo, y aplicar
coi. 11 oles para dar efectivlaad al
embargo;
.c Impedir por lodos los, me-
los dentro ae su jurisdiccin
la aten acioi. de controles sobre
los embarques;
d. Cooptrar con los estados
en la realizacin de los prop-
sitos de este embargo;
e. Informar el comit de Me-
didas Adicionales, dentro del
termino de treinta das, y de
all en adelante peridicamente
sobre las medidas tomadas de
conformidad con esta resolu-
cin;
"solicita al Comit de Medi-
das Adicionales;
a. Que informe a ia Asam-
blea General, con las recomen-
daciones apropiadas, sobre la
electividad general oel embargo
y la conveniencia de continuar-
lo, aumentarlo o aminorarlo;
b. Continuar su consideracin
de las medidas adicionales que
deben emplearse para hacer
frente a la agresin en Corea,
e informar sobre ellas a la
Asamblea General, siendo en-
tendido que el Comit est au-
torizado para aplhzar su infor-
me si el comit de Buenos Ofi-
cios informa de manera satis-
factoria sobre el progreso de sus
esfuerzos;
Reafirma su propsito de que
contine siendo poltica de jas
Naciones Unidas procurar el ce-
se de las hostilidades en Corea-
por los medios pacficos y soli-
cita al Comit de Buenos Ofi-
!,_, j -------------" " "--'* vuuue ae Dueos ui
piemen tos de guerra, materiales clot que contine sus labores
Piden estafeta de
correos en San
Feo. de la Caleta
I Sr. Ral de Roux,
Director General de Correas
y Telecomunicaciones.
Presente.
Seor Director:
Por la prensa nos hemos en-
terado de la reformas y de la
reorganizacin que tendr lu-
gar muy en breve en el ser-
vicio postal a su digno cargo,
y creemos esta una ocasin pro-
picia para dirigirnos a usted
solicitndole que, de ser posi-
ble, en dicha reorganizacin y
reforma sea incluido-el servicio
de apartado y la entrega a
domicilio en la Estafeta de Co-
rreos de San Francisco de la
Caleta. Actualmente los habi-
tantes de este sector de a ciu-
dad nos vemos sujetos a las
dificultades y perjuicios debi-
dos a la falta de los servicio*
mencionados.
Nos dirigimos a usted como
miembros representantes de la
Sociedad Catlica "Nuestra Se-
ora de Ftima" la que esta
integrada por una mavora de
las familias catlicas de San
Francisco y estamos seguros oe
que usted hallar Justificadas
las mejoras que con todo res-
peto le pedimos. De Ud. Atte
La Directl;
Presbtero Guillermo Sosa I.,
director de la sociedad; Cle-
mentina de Arosemena, presi-
denta; oiga de lelgnadier, se-
cretarla; CaUlinm C. de Mar-
tin, tesorera.
______________________________________________________ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
BASKET EN LA HAYA

SBADO, MATO II, 1951
Por ALDOR
La Pan-American inaugura un
nuevo servicio directo entre
Centro Amrica y California
Adoptando una medida que va de Houston, Miami o Nue-
nabra de mejorar notablemente! va Orleans.
las comunicaciones areas entre
Centroamrlca y la costa occl-i Par* trasladarse desde- Los
dental de los Estados .Unidos, Angeles a Guatemala, el viajero
la Junta de Aeronutica Civil
norteamericana acaba de con-
ceder permiso a la Pan Ameri-
can World Airways para el es-
tablecimiento de un servici dl-j
recto entre Guatemala y Ca-
lifornia
ha tenido hasta ahora que va-
lerse de los servicios de dos em-
presas y hacer un trasborde en
la Ciudad de Mxico.
El "Aviso Ofjortuno
9*
'W
Mercado Sin Igual"
Es Harato v Efpftirn
EL PINTOR
DZIECZARSKI
PRESENTA SUS TRABAJOS EN LA
FERIA DE COLON.
VENGA A VERNOS.
Inform la PAA que loa Vue-
los partirn de los Angele? cum-
pliendo el servicio hasta Pana-
m con solamente una escala
escala en Guatemala.
\ AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministe-
rio de Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas
hasta las nueve en punto de la maana, por el sumi-
nistro de COMESTIBLES Y MATERIAL DE ASEO para
las siguientes Instituciones del Gobierno.
SBADO 19 Hospital Santo Toms.
LUNES 21 Retiro de Matas Hernndez.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los inte-
resados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 17 de Mayo de 1951.
LETICIA VINCENSINI
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
La concesin de la nueva ru-
ta viene a completar una exten-
sa red de vas areas a travs
de las cuales la PAA brinda ser-
vicio entre la Amrica Hispana
y las distintas regiones geogr-
ficas de los Estados Unidos.
Nueva York sirve de terminal a
los vuelos que cumplen servicio
al litoral oriental del continen-
te; la regin sureste tiene como
puerto de entrada a Miami;
Nueva Orleans sirve de antesa-
la a la rica regin del valle del
Misisipl, .y Houston y Brownsvi-
lle al sector suroeste.
Con la lnaguracin de sus
nuevos servicios la PAA enla-
tar con la Amrica-Latina por
el puerto area de Los Angeles
el sector que comprende el es-
tado d California y las principa-
les ciudades del litoral occiden-
tal.
Adems de facilitar el trfi-
co de turistas callfornianos ha- i
ca la Amrica Hispana, la nue
va conexin area ayudar a i
expeditar el envi de corres-
pondencia entre esa parte de
los Estados Unidos y los dems
paises di hemisferio, ya que
en la:actualidad l correo des-
tinado a Centro y Sud Amrica
tiene que ser despachado por la
Inform la PAA que Inagura-
ra el servicio tan pronto tenga
7*W>ponilik el equipo necesario.
Sealo que lntrtuimerrte proyec-
ta utilizar Clippers del tipo
Constellation, pero que proba-
blemente los reemplazarla a
principio del ao qiu viene con
lujosos tetramotores DC-6B. que
para esa fecha espera recibir
de la fbrica Douglas Aircraft
Company.
Cualquiera de estas dos aero-
naves seria capas de cumplir
el trayecto desde Los Angeles
a Guatemala una distancia de
3,504 kilmetros en menos de
ocho horas. El vuelo Guatemala-
Panam se har en unas tres
horas y media.
NOTA:Con Igual solicitud
ha enviado carta al seflor di-
rector de Correos la .directiva
del Club d Padres de Familia
de San Francisco y el perso-
nal docente y administrativo
de la Escuela Bellsarlo Porras,
del mismo Corregimiento, con
lista de firmas encabezada por
la directora de la escuela; se-
orita Beln Cornejo y el pre-
sidente del Club, Diputado C-
sar guillen.
Hace advertencia
el Comit de la
Feria de Coln
COLON, mayo 18. El Comi-
t Organizador de la Feria ha-
ce constar que con el debido
tiempo se remitieron todas las
invitaciones- para el acto de
inauguracin oficial de la fe-
ria. .Que por. las circunstancias
pasadas llegan noticias a dlch?
Comit que muchas de esaa in-
vitaciones nb han fldo recibi-
das. Que careciendo de tiem-
po para hacer y enviar nuevas
invitaciones, ruega a todas las
autoridades de la Repblica, a
todos los representantes diplo-
mticos y consulares acredita-
dos en el pais, a las iepresen-
taclones de la prensa y radio,
a los miembros de honor del
comit organizador de la feria,
tengan, aunque no la hubieran
recibido, por realizada dicha
invitacin.
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L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
AGINA rusa
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II
Garanta Exigida Por La Ley
Bu 50.000.oo
Cincuenta mil balboas depositados en
efectivo en el Banco Nacional.
Bu 100.000.oo
Cien mil balboas
CAPITAL SOCIAL AUTORIZADO
Bu l600.000.oo
UN MILLN SEISCIENTOS MIL
BALBOAS
, ..
En Seguros de Vida en Vigor.
"El guila Imperial"
A ms de otras muchas ventajas, les
ofrece a sus asegurados las siguientes:
1.-Prstamos de dinero despus de tres
aos.

LIFE INSURANCE. CORP.


Aviso Importante
>
A todos los asegurados que por falta de pagos,
sus Plizas hayan quedado fuera d derechos,
se les hace saber que UEL ACUILA IMPERIAL",
deseosa de proteger a todas las personas ase-
guradas, les prestar el dinero en efectivo
que adeuden en sus Plizas por conceptos de
atrasos, y se les reconocer su antigedad y,los
dineros pagados a la Ca. a fin de que rehabili-
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inherentes a las mismas.
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L ACUILA IMPERIAL
UNA GARANTA.
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3-Liquidacin total al vencimiento de
la Pliza.
4-Pago total de su Pliza en caso de
fallecimiento con derecho a su segu-
ro, desde el mismo da que recibe su
Pliza.
5-Pago total de su Pliza, en caso de
, inutilidad fsica.
-
6-Pago de doble indemnizacin, en ca-
so de fallecimiento por accidente.
7-Derecho a rehabilitar su Pliza en
caso de haber sido cancelada por fal-
ta de pago, reconocindole la Ca.
todas las cantidades pagadas por el
Asegurado. ''


8.-Prstamo de dinero de la Ca. al ase-
gurado, para que rehabilite su Pliza,
si hubiese sido dada de baja.
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hecho de "EL GUILA IMPERIAL"
un nombre, que es un smbolo de (Ga-
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EL GUILA IMPERIAL

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agradecer la confianza cariosa y absoluta, que ha depositado el pblico en esta Compaa, otorgndonos la inmensa satisfaccin de haber pro-
porcionado a miles de hogares pobres, los beneficios de nuestra proteccin, y una ayuda efectiva por medio de nuestras Plizas "POPULARES
en la Educacin futura de miles de nios pobres, que jams hubieran gozado de estos beneficios. De esta manera contribuye la Compaa de Se-
guros de Vida "EL ACUILA IMPERIAL" al progreso Econmico y Social de esta Gran Repblica.
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hablar, quiere poner en conocimiento de toda la ciudadana, y especialmente para satisfaccin y orgullo de nuestros asegurados, que en solo
18 meses de labor, "EL ACUILA IMPERIAL" cuenta con ms de "DIEZ MIL ASECURADOS" Slo en la ciudad de Panam.
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Louis Martin%
President.
Antonio Zubieta
Tesorero
Un Orgullo Para Panam
Gustavo Gonzlez Alemn
Gerente General y Secretario
Avenida Central No. 39 Oficinas 403 y 404
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FAGINA CTJAT*0
450 donantes dieron
re al Hospital
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDKPENDTENT

En gesto que merece aplauso
de la ciudadana ayudaron a
salvar las vidas de muchos
Muchas personas no pudieron donar su sangre por
no haber tenido cuatro horas de estar en ayunas
pero se les agradece el Resto lo mismo
.Ciento cincuenta personas do-
naron u sangre para los heri-
dos de los sucesos trgicos de
la semana pasada, segn infor-
m en la maana de hoy el
hospital Santo Toms. Perso-
nas de todas las clases socia-
lfc*. vecinos de la Zona del Ca-
nal, miembros del Cuerpo Di-
fomtico y del clero concu-
leron al hospital Santo To-
as a dar su sangre.
Ms de cien personas o pu-
dieron donar su sangre por no
Siber tenido cuatro horas de
tar en ayunas a pesar de
Haber manifestado sus deseos
die hacerlo.
Hubo un Instante en que to-
4a la capacidad del banco de
sangre fue copada por lo que
suspendieron las donacio-
SABADO. MATO II. 1151
%:
_teinta y un tcnicos, de to-
dos los laboratorios de ia ciu-
dad, se encontraban en el San-
to Tomas atendiendo a :os do-
nantes, facilitando asi el tra-
bajo del Banco de Sangre, que
de otra manera habna sido
muy difcil.
Comunicado a la Prensa
La labor en el Banco de San-
are. En el Banco de Sangre del
Hospital Santo Toms las si-
guientes personas:
Mdicos, enfermeras, tcn!co3,
secretarlas y otras personas
prestaron con la mayor volun-
tad sus conocimientos v ener-
gas en atender a la inunda-
cin de voluntarlos, quienes res-
pondieron en forma magnfica
S" generosa al llamado por ra-
dio de venir a donar su san-
gre para los heridos, en ios me-
morable* dias 9 y 10 de mayo
Je 1951. Recordamos con agra-
do que 19. gran mayora' de los
donantes Voluntarios en com-
puesta por damas de nuestra
sociedad, el Nuncio ADOstlico,
Un miembro de la Embajada
?Argentina y tambin de -.ecinos
uestros de la Zona.
Medico.:
Doctores:
M*
Jp de Sangre i.
s
Hario Rognoni (Jefe del Ban-
Carbone,

Jtamn E. Arango
jtsiatente .Jefe.
ARoIando/A. Chanls 'fundador
W Bancd).
Gustavo) Mndez P.
* Arnulfof Menndez
Rogelio Avila
JOsvaldo. Velsquee
j Alonso Roy
I Juan Lu* Correa
Jorge Garda Arosemea
Pedro V. Nfiez Q.
Teodoro Arlas
-Herminio Carrizo
j, Gabriel Sosa
Ezequiel Valds
; Octavio Vallarlno
.Carlos M. Arango C.
Vctor Pareja
Salvador Medina
Alberto Calvo
Alfredo Flgueroa
.Jos Antonio Filos D.
i
REFRESQESE
tomando
Lo gusta . ie cao bien .
. La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
Oppenheimer
T otros mdicos cuyos nom-
bres no recordamos.
enfermeras:
Sra. Josefina P. de l'o o Das
'enfermera del Banco de San-
gre).
Sra. de Patino
Sra. de Jimnez
Y otras tres enfermeras cu-
yos nombres no conocemos.
Tecnkos:
Seoras:
Rebeca Cajar (Tcnica de He-
matologa)
Georgina George (Tematolo-
gia)
Mara Martin, (Patologa)
Jilma Bradfleld (Tcnico Afue-
ra).
Seores:
Vctor Charles, (Tcnico dei
Banco de Sangre)
Antonio Barranco, (Tcnico del
Banco).
(De Hematologa):
Rlgoberto Lpez
Emilio Cubilla
Mauricio Villa
Rene Lamb
Ernesto Angelo
Emanuel Vergara
Ana de Quljano
Eduardo Cowes
Graciela Navarrete
Olga Oller
Mara Isabel Arango de Uribe
Hernando Antonio
Pal Douglas
Virginia de Gonzlez
Martin Ramrez
Eloy Alfaro
Vicente Castillo
Beatriz A. de Magdalena
Brbara de Vallarlno
Euseblo Ochoa
Ana Elena Vallarlno
Carmen G de la Guardia
Margarita Valarino
Fernando Castillo
Julio Lpez .
Sheila Calhoun
Eduardo Krlkl
Pal Bernier, Monseor Santa
Sede
Peggy Janson
Elena Franco
Alicia Judith Palacio
Virginia de Gonzlez
Roque Javier Laurenza
Isabel Vlez de Danto]
Teresa L. de Vallarino
Marcela Roquebert
Una de Arlas
Cecilia Arlas
Juan B. Arias
Juan Scott
Carmen Arango
Lupita de Lewis
Camilo Quelquejeu
Augusto Csar Sandlno
Las lneas de comunicacin
entreJaqu y Panam rotas
Se trata de un acto criminal
que se est investigando en
el Ministerio de Gobierno
Habr reunin en Gobierno y\
Justicia para resolver el
problema de Pto. Armuelles
- CRUCIGRAMA -
m
Mano criminal rompi 'is ca-
bles de comunicacin que unan
a Jaqu con la capltai, inte-
rrumpiendo desde hace dias las
comunicaciones. Como conse-
cuencia de este hecho, esta re-
gin fronteriza de la Repbli-
ca se encuentra totalmente ais-
lada del pais.
El Ministerio de Gobierno v
Justicia, despachar aviones ha-
cia Jaque, para restablecer el
dao y reinlciar las comuni-
caciones. Segn nos inform el
Secretario del Ministerio, don
Armando Moreno G., se inicia-
rn Inmediatamente las inves-
tigaciones del caso para tratar
de establecer quines futron los
autores de este delito, que est
causando graves perjuicios a
esa regln del pals.
Hasta el momento de entrar
en prensa, no se haba loca-
lizado el dao.
Tambin nos Inform el se-
cretarlo Moreno, que haban si-
do restablecidas las comunica-
ciones con la Colonia Penal de
Colba.
Alcalde que fue separado
por el Consejo Municipal
reasume sus funciones
El Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia inform en la maana
Cu hoy que habla citado al Al-
calde Titular de Puerto Armue-
lles, seor Jos Mulino Jr., al
suplente y al Presidente del
Consejo Municipal, a una i-u-
ion en su despacho a fin de
resolver el problema surgido en
aquella poblacin.
_ Con respecto a este problema
nemos recibido el siguiente te-
legrama de Puerto Armuelles:
tieor Director de
El Panam Amrica".
PUERTO ARMUELLES Mayo
aparece en pgina 4 "Voz del
Interior' de contenido falso y
tendencioso Jos Mulino Jr. ul
elegido alcalde titular este di-
trito legtimamente por pauL,
do PRA actuando Dictador Ar-
nulfo Arias orden a concejal! \\
lo depusiera y nombrara alcal-
de Jos de las Mercedes Gon-
zlez a la calda estruendosa del
Ulctador el Consejo Municipal
declar nula resolucin y llam
a ejercer su puesto al Alcalde
legtimo seor Mulino Jr. fue el
mismo caso de Panam con Vi,
Navarro Herrera, Bugaba Bo-
19 (Corresponsal) Telegama quete y otros distritos arnull--
Je *qu' fechado 16 presente n.es Imo furioso aqu ha mentido
BOQUETE Mayo 19 (Corres-
ponsal) Por resolucin del
Consejo Municipal dei 13 de l
corrientes fu llamado a encar-
garse de la alcalda del Distii-
to el Sr. Rafael del Cid quien
haba sido separado del ca 30
por disposicin del Concejo en
Junio del 50 el nuevo posesio-
nado declar que viene nueva-
mente a su puesto sin odios ni
rencores con las mejores inter -
clones 'de laborar en bien de u
Municipalidad boquetea a don-
de todos los asociados gozaran
de garantas y respeto-
Solicitando asi mismo la coo -
peracin de todos los toqueoc-
ios a fin de llevar con todo -
xito las labores administrativas.
Las siguientes personas tam-
bin patriticamente acudieron
al llamado, pero no se les pudo
sangrar en la oportunidad por
no estar con cuatro horas de
ayuno por lo menos, u otras
razones:
Carolina R. de Arrieta
Ada Icaza
Luciano Snchez
Mair Sitton
Celia viuda de Cspedes
Carmen Ruedas
Angela de Gonzlez Revllla
Alvaro Restrepo
Jovlta Patino
Victoria de Chevalier
Maria Teresa Galindo
Diana A. Vergara
Julio Carlos Quijano
John C. Nstor '
Carlos A. Gooden
Nillca A. Robles Villalobos
Raul Quintero
Harmodlo Diaz Granados
Diclcy Boyd
Roberto Estripeaut
Roscoe H. Bryer
Toms Paredes
Marisabel Davls
Soledad de Porras
Rosarlo Arias de Galludo
Graciela Snchez
Graciela de Moreno
Juan Francisco Arias
Alfredo Orlllac Jr.
Raquel Arango de Orillac
Carlos Muller
Las vctimas del
terremoto reciben
ayuda de la DEA'
WASHINGTON, mayo 19.
(USISj. El Consejo de la Or-
ganizacin de los Estados Ame-
ricanos ha autorizado al Con-
sejo Econmico y 8oclal Inter-
amerlcano y a la Unin Pan-
americana para ayudar en to-
da forma posible al Gobierno
de El Salvador con motivo del
reciente terremoto en ese pais.
El Consejo aprob una re-
solucin presentada por el re-
presentante mexicano Luis
Quintanllla, en la que se ex-
presa profunda pena nor el de-
sastre. La resolucin contiene
una modificacin presentada
por el doctor Jos A. Mora, del
Uruguay, en la que se autoriza
a la Unin Panamericanr. pa-
ra que acte como agencia co-
lectora de fondos u otros do-
nativos de loa oblemos orga-
nlzacines o particulares para
ayudar a las victima del te-
rremoto.
El Consejo, que representa
a todas las Repblicas ameri-
canas, ha sugerido asimismo,
que la Unin Panamericana co-
ordine sus esfuerzos con las
otras instituciones que estn
prestando ayuda.
CORRESPONSALES
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Aida de Alfaro
Alfonso Mejia
Joaqun de la Guardia
Gustavo Elsenmann
Sofia do Barrios
Giorgio Dall'Orso
Yolanda de Sucre
Elena de BenedetU
Aurora Maria Jimnez
Carlos Arturo Mir
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Ricardo A. Gaitn P.
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12Poblacin de Oviedo,
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15Torta sin levadura.
17Ro de Rusia.
18Movimiento nervioso.
20Ley mahometana.
22Valle de Espaa.
23Medida antigua de longitud.
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25 Prendas masculinas de
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27Letra griega.
28Rosado.
30Expendio de bebidas.
31Articulo, Pl.
32Dejado sin efecto.
35Bisonte de Europa.
37Diosa de la aurora.
38Lago de Europa.
41Caso de pronombre.
42Ciudad de Japn.
44Flojo, suelto.
45^Prte de un reparto, Inv.
47Desinencia de los
quebrados, Inv.
49Apcope de santo.
50Del verbo medir.
52^Estado de Oriente.
54Nota musical.
55Gnero de serpientes.
57Insectos.
59Cocinar.
60Lisas, sin desniveles.
7Desinencia de los
quebrados.
8Vasijas. '
9Percibir con el olfato.
10Del verbo negar.
11Silbar.
13Saludables.
16Decoraciones Arbigas.
19Armadura para cubrir la
cabeza.
21Canoa mexicana.
24Exista.
26Dicho de palabra.
29Linea trigonomtrica, Inv.
31Desniveles del terreno.
33Palo aguzado que usaban
los indios para trabajar la
tiera, Pl.
34 Confraccin. ,
35Docto moro de la ley,
36Parte del ojo:
39Cocinadas en seco.
40Novenos.
42Del verbo oler.
43Abastecer para un viaje.
46Del verbo sudar, Inv.
48^-Ciudad de Finlandia.
51 Hermana, religiosa.
58Espacio de tiempo.
56Sociedad Annima, Abv.
58Onomatopeya de la risa;
Preocupa a los colonenses la
intervencin de extranjeros
en la Poltica Nacional
VERTICALES:
1Clase de animales.
2Marchar.
3Personaje bblico.
4Piedra semlpreclosa.
6ridas.
6Exclamacin.
COLON, mayo 19. (Especial).
Ha causado honda preocu-
pacin en la comunidad de la
ciudad de Coln la actitud a-
sumida por algunos dirigente}
de la colonia, antillana que con-
servan su nacionalidad extran-
jera y que han pretendido in-
miscuirse en la vida poltica de
nuestro pais.
No hace mucho algunos de
estos directores fueron a la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica y de
conformidad con una publica-
cin aparecida en "La Estrella
de Panam", su visita, no tuvo
otro propsito que el de ofre-
cer su apoyo y el de sus re-
presentados al Gobierno del Dr.
Arnulfo Arias. Ms tarde se
dirigieron al Jefe de la Poli-
ca Secreta de la ciudad de
Coln:
Enterado de estos y otros mo-
vimientos de ndole polticos, el
Alcalde de la ciudad Atlntica,
seor don Jos Dominador Ba-
zn, celoso cumplidor de las le-
yes y respetuoso de les debe-
res ciudadanos, cit 2. su des-
pacho a uno de los ms In-
tranquilos dirigentes para ha-
cerle saber que nuestras leyes
prohiben terminantemente' que
los extranjeros tengan Inter-
vencin en nuestros asuntos po-
lticos.
Para evitar que esta actitud
desleal para el pais donde es-
tn radicados contine y a fin
de que sirva de advertencia u
quienes por una razn u otra
ignoran nuestras leyes, el se-
or Alcalde Bazn, procedi a
ordenar el envo a la ofensa del
comunicado siguiente:
La comunicacin a que nos
venimos refiriendo es del tenor
siguiente:
Coln, mayo 18 de 1951.
Le advert, al seor Hctor
Connor cuando fue citado a
mi despacho el dia 10 de los
corrientes que a l como ex-
tranjero le est prohibido mez-
clarse en nuestra poltica na-
cional.
Cuando l desee solicitar al
Gobierno Nacional beneficios o
mejoras para la Colonia Brit-
nica debe hacerlo por d con-
ducto regular, que es la Le-
gacin de Gran Bretaa en Pa-
nam.
Sirve mejor a los Intereses
de todos los extranjero quo
conviven con nosotros no in-
miscuirse ni directa o indirec-
tamente en los asuntos que s-
lo a los panameos nos toca
resolver.
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Jos O. Basan
llama a El Panam Amrica?
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SBADO, MATO 19. 1*51
H panam a mrica diakio indehkbikwte
PAGINA CTOCO
Se cree que Rusia har ofertas de paz
r ------------
Es posible que Rusia presente
una frmula "aceptable" para
el apaciguamiento en Asia
Por Strffan Andrews
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, mayo 19.
. El representante Wal-
ter H. Judd, un ex-misionero
mdico en la China, predica
que la Rusia Sovitica entrara
pronto en escena y Har una
oferta repetida para que re con-
cluya la paz en la Corea.
El republicano del Estado do
Minnesota expres esta predic-
cin a medida que se esparcan
por el Congreso informes en el
sentido de que se estaba co-
ciendo algo tras bastidores en
la guerra coreana.
Judd, destacado miembro del
comit de Relaciones Exteriores
de la Cmara de Represen-
tantes, dijo tener informes de
que los comunistas chinos han
dado comienzo a los prepara-
tivos preliminares para con-
cluir la paz.
"En estos momentos se est
proyectando dicho arreglo y
puede; apostarse a que resulta-
r una forma "aceptable" de
apaciguamiento", d e c 1 a r en
una entrevista.
Su comentario fue el segun-
do indicio que se ha tenido en
Washington en dos das en el
sentido de que estaba sucedien-
do algo que cambiara todo el
panorama de la guerra en Co-
rea de la noche a la maana.
Ms temprano, el tenador
Ralph E. Flanders, republica-
no de Vermont y miembro del
comit de Servicios Armados del
Senado, que est encargado de
la investigacin del caso Mac
Arthur, dijo que "parece quo
hay algo grande en prepara-
cin" relacionado con Corea.
Flanders indic que este nue-
vo plan vendra en apoyo de
las declaraciones del secreta-
rio de Defensa, George C. Mar-
shall, que dice que los aliados
estn acercndose a una ter-
minacin venturosa de la gue-
rra coreana.
Sin embargo. Judd advirti
que probablemente se trate de
otro truco de los comunistas
para llevar a cabo una "re-
HMoresdeAlmorraiia
ai tln tlmUriiti qaa caulas'
omaaon, hamorrcfia, almorranas la-
taraaa o xtarna..no luir /di. ma*
in probar el CMaaroi/. Kn pose* minu-
to al Chln.roW principia a combatir
u almorranas da tria manerai:
tirada simulada" en Corea, en
un esfuerzo por hacer que lo'
Estados Unidos pierdan el equi-'
librlo en Asia.
"No nos engaemos creyendo
que los prximos trminos ds
paz significarn el fin de los
esfuerzos del rgimen comu-
nista por conquistar toda ti
Asia", dijo Judd, agregando:
"Recordemos que los ruo
hicieron lo mismo cuando el
abastecimiento areo e Ber-
lin dio buenos resultados. Eso
no va a detener a los rusos,
como un 'arreglo' en Core no
detendr a Mao Tse-tung".
El doctor Judd se neg a de-
cir dnde habia obtenido su
Informacin relacionada con la
prxima paz en la Corea, pe-
ro s ha mantenido en con-
tacto con personas privadas en
Hong Kong y con funciona-
rlos chinos, quienes lo tienen
al corriente sobre los t.conte-
clmientos en Asia.
El representante del Estado
de Minnesota fue misionero
mdico y superintendente de
hospitales durante ms de dle
aos en diversas partes de la
China, donde ejerci li medi-
cina y la ciruga.
Opina el doctor Judd que los
comunistas chinos harn in-
sinuaciones para que se llegue
a algn acuerdo tan pronto co-
mo d comienzo y sea recha-
zada su prxima gran ofensi-
va militar que l cree inminen-
te.
"Si nuestras fuerzas les estn
infligiendo un castigo tan du-
ro como creo y tengo enten-
dido, puede esperarse que Rusia
entre en escena y se lleve la
gloria de haber concluido un
acuerdo", dijo.
8eai que los comunistas
nunca hablan vacilado en dar
marcha atrs cuando las cosa;
iban mal, ya que ello est en
conformidad con la estrategia
leninista de retirarse temporaf-
mente cuando se est ecosado.
"Toda ve/ que estamos en
buenas condiciones un la pen-
nsula, desde el punto de vi-
ta militar, ellos simularan ret-
PIOJINA
1. Caima 1 dolor y la eoroaaSn. I. Ayu-
da a aneocor loa tojldoa adolorida*
Mamado*, s. Arad. olctriiar laa i STTS^'SSTiIM:
.maraa, Irritada* SoU.lt.ll *NoSiKA a I
ainart/d a* au a||a fcoy mlin ^m *"* ******* * '
ftajia. aula loa aarfaftoa * at arla, m
S catata r arta* rrllaiai 4. aitr Merma)
ojiai a muy til ra tad. aar, Mkre
ila a daaia ka? aifiai da amela. Calma
rapcianc Iota y piaamaa a toda I uaar>
Piden la ayuda
las naciones
El delegado Britnico en la
"ONU" pidi la ayuda de las
Ilaciones que no la han dado
de todas
para Corea
Hurfanos europeos
sern enviados a
familias noruegas
MUNICH, Mayo 18
La organizacin privada "Trans-
porte de Hurfanos" enviar su
segundo avin cargado de nios
hacia sus nuevos hogares en
Noruega.
La organizacin est dirigida
y subvencionada personalmente
por el Ministro de Venezuela
en Suecla y Noruega, Dr. Jos
Herrera Usfar y su esposa, Cle-
mentina Velutlnl.
SI vuelo Inaugural en Diciem-
bre pasado llev a cuarenta y
tres hurfanos alemanes, aus-
tracos y de Europa Oriental
hacia Venezuela.
El Dr. Herrera Uslar dijo que
el proyecto venezolano ha sido
suspendido temporalmente de-
bido a la sequia, y que algunos
de los nios no lograron conse-
guir padres adoptivos rpida-
mente.
Agreg el Dr. Herrera Uslar
que ha hecho arreglos en No-
ruega para que los nios sean
adoptados y que hasta ahora
ha conseguido 200 familias No-
ruegos que estn dispuestas a
adoptar a los nios. El prximo
avin saldr el 25 de Mayo con
50 nios hurfanos.
rarse", declar.
Dijo que los. lderes chinos
pueden hacer eso inmediata-
mente, sin pensarlo mucho, por-
que no tienen que preocuparse
por la opinin pblica y pueden
alterar sus planes segn les
convenga.
ESMALTE PPALAS UAS
\ DURA GLOSS
* DURA MAS
*PlOtCv*
Pora quitar
manchas, es
pnulas barros
u pecasf
jumu<*''J'luk
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PREGUNTE
L
Si cierto que nuestro clima tropical exige una dieta pobre en gratas
de origen animal; y que para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de salud se debe cocinar con grasas vegetales?
ttflHOUTfl
Dijo que las naciones librea deben reflexionar sobre
lo que sucedera si se propagara el conflicto
NUEVA VORK. mayo 18.
(USI8). Las naciones libres
que an.no han contribuido t
la lucha contra la agresin, de-
ben reflexionar acerca de 10
que sucedera de propagarse al
conflicto en el caso de que
fuese abandonado el sfuerzo
de las Naciones Unida.,, dijo
sir Oladwyn Jebb, representan-
te britnico en las Naciones
Unidas.
A hablar el martes ante la
Asociacin del Foro tc Nueva
York, Jebb dijo que aun. cuan-
do las Naciones no pueden ser
obligadas a ello, el fracaso de
las actuales medidas para in-
ducir a los comunistas chinos
a negociar la paz puede dar
lugar a "mayores sacrificios"
de parte de todos los mlembrus
leales de las Naciones Unidas.
Sir Oladwyn Jebb dijo que no
debe esperarse que los Estados
Unidos lleven indefinidamente
la carga que actualmente estn
sosteniendo en Corea.
Dijo que Oran Bretaa "est
fervientemente con los Estados
Unidos en la lucha general con-
tra la agresin inspirada por
los comunistas y que har todo
cuanto pueda, menos debilita;
fatalmente nuestra posicin,
para ayudar en el esfuerzo ge-
neral.
Bosquej Jebb cuatro lneas
de conducta que considera de-
ben seguirse para abatir a los
agresores en Corea:
1No debe tomarse accin,
aun cuando pueda poner fin
al conflicto coreano y qu pue-
da propagar la guerra.
3No debe permitirse que
ocurra una guerra mundial a
causa de una accin delibera-
da de nuestra part: aun cuan-
do ella nos sea impuesta.
3No debe permitirse que el
"apaciguamiento" excluya tidas
las negociaciones, an la del
cese de fuego.
4Debemos por medio de una
accin resuelta en Corea, tra-
tar de llevar a los chinos a
una mesa de conferencia.
Israel estudia la
desmovilizacin
de sus ejrcitos
TEL AV1V, Mayo 18 (UP) -
Fuentes de confianza dicen jas
Israel estudiaba a media noche
la desmovilizacin parcial >ie
sus fuerzas de aire, mar y tie: re
Esta informacin ha sido pir-
cedlda por noticias del fre.ttc
Sirio de que se movan hacia ti
mismo una fuerza area y ur.l-
ades de artilleras de jrak y de
indicios de que Egipto actan?
tn la misma forma. Tambln
:os precede la resolucin pre-
sentada en el Consejo de Soju-
rldad que en opinin de Israel
se ha estimulado a Siria
El portavoz militar Israeni
Coronel Mosse Perlman, al co-
mentar las noticias de que Iiak
estaba trasladando fuerzas, di-
Jo que si se atacara el terrr/..-
rio de Israel por aviacin u o-
tios medios "lo consideramos
como un ataque Irakio y nos
rS
Buen
Whsky l^t E*coc$
mtao m-ssums f *a* tm*umn
Johnnie Walker
Sata al altaa 4. iti U BMMl 4. to* ......
tMto w "* ** to pinato.
IiTii - W.laar WhUn * ** u
I WMJUB MM LM.. MTC1 miIY DI
lalHUSM. SMJ1AUI.CS. I
Londres eiiva nota a Irn en
la que exige se inicien las ,
negociaciones sobre petrleo

LONDRES, Mayo 18 (UP)
Gran Bretaa envi esta noche
al Irn una nota que se ice
fu redactada en trminos e-
nrgicos en que sollllta las ne-
gociaciones sobre l pleito ori-
ginado por la decisin del Par-
lamento Iranio de nacionalizar
la empresa petrolera brl'nica
"Anglo Irania Oil Co."
La nota fu redactada des-
pus de consultas con Estajo?
Unidos y fu enviada al Emba-
jador britnico en Tehern, Sir
Fi anclo Sheperd para que .a
entregue hoy o maana al Pr-
ner Ministro de Irn, Mahomfc
Mossadegh.
Fuentes bien informadas di-
jeron que se han dado Instruc-
ciones a Sheperd para que ex-
prese la disposicin de Oran
Bretaa de llegar a una arc-
nlencia en el pleito pet role, i"
obre la base de un acuerdo li-
bremente negociado, o la sala-
guarda de los intereses brit-
nicos y el ininterrumpido eiiMo
del pctileo de Irn al occl-
ocntlmos en libertad de actuar
en la forma conveniente".
IOLINA
CHAPOTEA UT
CURA DOLORES
MENSTRUALES RETARDOS
ft <*i rVm*o/*a
I
SALUD
do las SEORAS
dente-
Se dice que la nota es d ">v-.
no conciliatorio, aunque muf
irme en sus trminos" y se in-
siste n la rpida solucin pa-
ra impedir una situacin en la
zona petrolera que pueda c.V
gir medidas rpidas y severa*
Un portavoz oficial declaro
que Gran Bretaa y Estados
deean "evitar medidas exte-
rnas" en Irn.
&u*w!f*
HUNDO ENTERO


Maana Domingo 20 M Mayo
Aniversario De La Independencia" De
grandioso festival en el
Jardn Balboa
Organizado como todos los aos por la Sociedad Cubana de Panam
Soberbio Show Concedido por el Club Nocturno Happyland .
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Cantante Americana
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Cancionera
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Bailes de Saln
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* Oypy
Cancionera
Presentacin de Gala de las Famosas MULATAS DE FUEGO
Por Cortesa de su empresario Jaime Peralta
.
.
ADEMAS: VARIAS ORQUESTAS
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Caballeros Bl. 1.00 Damas Cortesa
Cortesa de ISovedades Antonio
Leche
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El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, MAYO 19, 1951
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5 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicione.
SERVICIO LEWIS
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SALON OB BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cali* U Otate Na M
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Caita "" N. 17 ranttaa
Avt Caatni IX-ni Cala
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura v malte
extra briilantes o pruebo dt moho.
B 3.23 galn. Alroocenei Tropidu-
SE VENDE
Bienes Raices
SE VENDE:Un establecimiento bo-
rato por motivo dt viaje. Colle
13 Salsipuedes. casa 14, stable-
cimiento 4.
SI VENOIN:CU'. tubera era.
acere alele. Fin-Ten 'cartea
aisleaer are cele rete aiee-
rt. levantan. ecuiteee. etc.
le arecae m e " "'*
AGINClAa GLOIALK. V.e lM-
ra. ileeana e Juee Frene. Tal.
3-1503
SE VEN'C- Incubodcr elctrico
rJ J.C255
V. :.tics p'tzch ce '.egur.o mono
tea cue'euie- marco de corre
Gcrcre Carne. Aver.lr'a Ctntrol
Na. 291.
*Ve.-ic':..ic. ;ccs usedos de henequn.
C A. CULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A. Fibr'-a de Mosaicos. Ave
Cubo No. 8.
Ve eme. y cortamos vidr.es de to-
co, tomaos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N S. A. Fabrica de
f-.ece, Ave Cubo Ne. 8.
S; VENDE:Lincoln 40. Sota-can.
-fusflO comedor como doble, cuno.
cmoda, relngsrodcro 2'i ciclos.
Cille So.. Nuevo Cristobal. '>->-
D
Adems de un PRECIO ATRACTIVO
brindamos FACILIDADIS Di PA-
GO al comprador de la moderna,
cmodo y elegante residencio de 6
recmaras situada- en AVNIDA
JUSTO AROSEMINA NO. 53. Pa-
ra informes inspeccin: Wolff y
C.a Ltdo., Colle 5a., 22, Tel. 2-
2388.
SE NECESITA
Dom esticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con habili-
dad reconocida. Buenas referen-
cias. Que vivo en la cosa. Buen
sueldo. Ocrrase calle 31 No. 38.
SE NECESITA:tmpleado que sepa
cocinar, haga oficios- domstico*
y traiga recomendacin, dormir
fuera. Kliemon, Ave. Balboa No.
2 casa enfrente oficinas Embajada
Americana.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE?Corro Chevrolet 1950
cuatro puertos nuevo, con llantas
de repuesto, no fue ganado en la
rifa del Club de Leones de lo
Chorrera. 200 millas recorridas.
Incrmes .en io estacin Larri-
nogb en la Chorrera, B. 1.500
caih. '
SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen-
te. Imprescindible que duerma en
casa. Avenida lo. iCarrosquillo)
No. 55. entrada del Teatro Edn.
Via Belisario Perras.
Por fn nos llego de nuevo Cemento
Flttico. pego de todo contra to-
do.-CA. DULCiDIO GONZALEZ
N., S. A. Fbrica de Mosoicos.
Ave. Cuba No. 8.
S3 vSVlD:Lavadora Bendix, 60 ci-
elos, cmodo china de govetas,
Vccrdln 120 bojor. artculos de
esta. Curund Heights 51S-A.
SE VNCE:Gongo! cc;a fuerte con
compartimiento Burg'or Proof a-
dentre Dos combinaciones. Co.
BEST de Llaves y Cerraduras. Ave.
.' Tivoli Na. 12. _
JE VENDEN;^Ccnancs importado,
pernios lobos bien criados. Tel-
faro 2-1 506.o 3-2933. .
SF VENDE:Por B.2.000.00 con f-
cil idedes de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos
puertos, con llantos blancos, cu-
bre a.ientn / con 7,300 millos re-
corridos. Infrmese en lo Co. Ge-
neral d Segures. S. A. de 8:00
o. m. a 1:00 p. m. 2-2040.
SF. VENDE:Corro Lincoln 1941, 4
puertas, buenos condiciones, B.
250.C0. camioneta Ford, 1 ton. 14
pasajeras. B.350.00. Ocurra a ca-
lle 22 Oeste caso 5 apartamento
4.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro tro-
bajo coso. Tel. 84-2191 Fort
Kcbbe.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera que
duermo adentro. Traigo referen-
cias, sin stos requisitos intil
prientoise. Avenida Jos G. Du-
que No. 33 La Cresta.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en la casa. Ocurre Bella Vista,
calle -17 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
mo en el trabajo. Colle 30' No. 7.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Averido Mxico final y calle 43
Est, llama 3-0140.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmaras, sala-
comedor, precio B.65.00 y $60.-
00. Informes Colle 25 y Avenida
Cuba No. 15, Apto. 13. Horos de
oficina.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaros, salo-comedor y cocino
en calle 43 casa 43. Llame Tel.
2-2833. Ponam.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento, sala,
cernedor, recmara y garoge. Calle
46 No. 27. Infrmese la misma
caeo. apartamento 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo
de dos recmjros, sala, comedor,
cocfna. Llame 2-3519 o Taller
Magnolia, Calle Mariano Arose-
mena No. 29.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento bien,
ventilodo, dos dormitorios con ba-
o, sala-comedor, cuarto de em-
pleada, instalacin, aguo calien-
te. Buena /ecindod. Bella Vista.
Colle 44 No. 32, 'Apto. 4. Tel-
fono 3-0815.
SE. NECESITA: Planchadora que
quiera trabajar los domingos por la
maana. Acuda Calle Carlos A.
Mendoza No. 66.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que lave
dems, pora 4 personas, referen-
cias. Tel. 3-3182.
S VENQE:__Perros lobos, un mes.
rV/iia.-e Ave. 6a. San Francisco
Nc. 31.-
SE VENCE: Mquina rebanadora
elctrico. I Slicing Mcehinei. para
* carnes, quetK te. ocobodo de re-
construir; Veio oportunidod El'
Capitn, Irfaanio 34. Pueblo Nue-
".._ _L____:______!
SE VENDE: Madera construccin
Jiosta 10 x 12. Ofrezca por el
lote. El Cefpitn. Ingenio 34. Pue-
' blo N ie*4. Cuolquitr dja, cual-
ejuier hora.
SE VENDE:CadiDoc 61. 1950. se-
dan 4 puertas, llantas blancas.
Hydramtlco. radio, nada mis
3,280 millas, perfectas condicio-
nes. B.3.400, escriba apartado
101. Rodman, Zona del Canil.
Tel. 25-328Z
SE VENDE:Camioneta 1942 Olds-
moae. S225.00. 51S-A, Curun-
d Hgts.
SE VENDE: "Dodge Wayfarer"
1950. Dueo original. Impuesto
potado. como nuevo, B.2,000.
averigese en SAS.
SE VENDEComin de report mor-
ca 'International, modelo 1947 en
buenas condiciqneJ. .Comuniqese
eon la Bran,t A rwa, , Avenida
Tivoli No. 18, o lame-al telfono
2-2102 durante horas de oficina.
SE VENDE
Butes y Motores
SE VENDE:Bote-motor, '20 pies.
! revisado, equipado poro pesca.
nueves condicjonej; sacrificio.
averige Cosa 75 2-C, corretero
Balboa. ,t
DA SOCIAL
Cumpleaos der hoy......
Viodelda Esther Almehgcr
Matrimonio
En ceremonia civil unieron
hoy sus destinos los aprecia c lea
jvenen de nuestra sociedad fcr.
iiugp O. Tart y la Sita. Yo*an-
da B. Vsquez.
Ks nuestro deseo que la feli-
cidad y la dicha sean sus in-
separables compaeros
Religiosas
MISA EN LA IGLESIA DE SAN
FRANCISCO (Ciadad)
El domingo JO de los corr >n-
tea, tendr lugar ,1a Misa sole.v-
ie en honor de la Eantiairra
Trinidad a las 10:30 a.m. Que-
dan invitados todos los fieles
, Esta noche despus de la no-
vena habr consagracin.
Se abre un concurso
profesores o funcionarlos del
Ministerio, dos miembros del
Club de Leones de Panam y
dos miembros de la Legin A-
mericana. El nombre del'gana-
dor ser proclamado a ms tar-
dar el SO de junio.
Los que deseen mas infor-
macin pueden solicitad t en ol
Departamento dr- Cu/ :
Estofas Perfection
Tenemos un surtido com-
pleto de las inigualables
estufas "Perfection".
Obtenible en Clab. desde
BVLM.
Siempre tambin tenemos
un amplio surtido de partes
de repuestos para estufas
PERFECTION. Ules como
mechas, cuellos, chimeneas,
micas, quemadores, porta-
mecheros, etc.
81 con keroain tiene que cocl-
star, ana "Perfection"
debe
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223. Calidonla.
Tel. 2-1081
SE VENDE :_Pick -up Dodge 47, 1
tonelada. En perfectas condiciones.
Para informes casa No. 46, Mara
Eugenio, Chilibre.
GANGA! Motivo vicie vendo Ply-
mouth 49 y Kaiser 49. ambos en
perfectas condiciones. Tambin
concretero Kohermg Dondie. Tel.
2-2064,
SE NECESITA Uno empleada,
Calle 30 Este No. 21. altos. Atrs.
esquina Justo Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble pora cocinar y oseo de la casa,
debe dormir en el trabajo. Refe-
rencias. Ave. Cubo No. 58 Apto.
7. de 12 e 12:30 a. m.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Son
Francisco de lo Coleta. Informes
calle 14 Oeste 59. Primer piso.
M. Diaz Doce.
SE ALQUILA
I .orales
ro oficinas lcalas cntrico en le
alto de Avenirlo Central 44 o
erecto* meare. Solicitan Infer-
mecien en Almacene 5 10 een-
tavo.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ave.
Lefevre No, 5. Diri|ose Antonio
Cossipo; 3 de Nov. No. 1 de 1 I
o 12; 5 o 6 p. m. Telfono 2-
0408.
SE ALQUILA:Pequeo aportomen-
to amoblado, recmora. comedor
v cocino con luz y gos. Calle 45
No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ca-
lle 10o. No. 10. Diijose Antonio
Cossino, 3 de Nov. No. I. Tel.
2-0408 I 1-12 o. m. 5-6 p. m.
tt ~~^^^^
SE ALQUILA:Departamento. Ave.
A No. 18. Dirjase Antonio Cassino
3 de Nov. No. I de 1 I a 12; 5
6 p, m. Tel. 2-0408.
Locales comerciles en Mariano Aro-
semena y -Super Merc nao Calido-
na; tambin en Rio Abojo.
BA 12.00 Dirigirse A. da Boutoud
Tel. 3-0338. __________________
SE ALQUIL/A:Local para oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central,
SE .VENDEN:Autobuses Chevrolet
de metal de diferentes tamaos v
en perfectas condiciones mecni-
cas. Facilidades de pago. Garage
Vollorino, Rio Abajo. Teh 3-3059.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SF ALQUILANDos cuartos cerca
Catedral para caballeros solos. 1,1o-:
mor despus dt las 6 p. m. ol 2-
0084.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto con porch,
entiado independiente y .garoge.
Avenida 4 de Julio, cosa 49. TeJ-
fono 2-1107.
SEAL QUILA: Cuorto omoNodo.
frente o' mar. Srvicio sanitario
independiente, excelente vecinda-
rio. No. 5. primera escalera. Ploz
2 de Enero.
SF ALQUILA: Cuoto amoblado,
entrada y bao independiente, ha-
mo residencial, pora caballero so-
le B.25.00. Tel. 3-0727.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado en
Bella Visto, pora una o dos per-
sonas, pora informes Home al Tal.
3-2947.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado In-
dependiente, entrada separada
para soltero. Estudiante 73 Apto.
6. -' '
SE ALQUILA:Locol cntrico, es-
pecialmente acondicionado pora al-
macn, depsito, oficina. Ocurra
"La Democracio." Ave. Norte No
61. t ___________
SE ALQUIL".:Planta baja pora de-
psitos u oficinas en Colle Carlos
A. Mendoza. Lime 2-3437.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en ca-
li* 45 No. 34, con muebles o sin
muebles.
SE ALQUILA:Porciol 0 totalmen-
te, apartamento de 5 recimaras y
dos servicios, todo por B.75 00.
Residencia fresca con mercado y
transporte de Vio Espino. Infor-
mes 3 -0471.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento una re-
cmara, calle 52 No. 18, infor-
mes apar I omento No. 8 (Cerco
Hotel "El Panomi'V.

SE ALQUILA:Aportomento plonta
baio, caso de madera. Son Fran-
cisco. $35 00. Informes Tel. 3-
2127.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS maz amarillo a B.4.-
00 qq: El Molino Criollo. F^iom.
SE COMPRA:En buenas condicio-
nes y o buen precio, 3 sillos de
barbera de segunda mano. Li-
me al 3-4178, Ponami a Co-
ln 864.
SE NECESITA
General
Excelente oportunidod vendedor entre
21 v 30 de edad que hoble Ingls
y espaol con educacin seeunde-
ria. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE NECESITA: Pantoloneros. sa-
.queros y costureras. Tel. 84-2191.
SE NECESITA:Chalet, dos o tres
racimaras en Bella ViSti. Tel. 84-
2191, Fort Kobbc.
SE ALQUILA
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA:Troctor Pola, Catter-
ilar Diesel o Bulldozer. Telfono
3-3678.
** "El Arieo Oportuno"
SE NECESITA
Seft.tr t MfttriU teUvt t tattllftntf,
ett huma ptntnthe,*. riianUln
para lUiur t 'tetaar < unit
cwMtrrtalti etiat dt astucias viaje-
ras a aotttra catata ca clltatea ya
taUklttlaat n Faaaaa y Zeee del
Canal. PrtttrtMe aat taaas carra.
Gaita a* (aaollna aaett. Salarla a
bata t> ramliin. ala tantearte pat-
t (antr an mmitiuin fita M am-
nala rara antrtvblt tatrlba al
Apariaet S;. Panama. B. *e P Ss>
' 4* ir tata*, txptritacia y airee-
etaa caanaltta.
SE NECESITA:Cajero de bueno
presencia con experiencia y refe-
rencias, presentarse personalmente
al Mercado Modelo, calle 29 Este
y Ave. Justo Arosemena. Intil
presentorse si no llena estos re-
quisitos, ni Home por telfono.
SE NECESITA:Dependiente con ex-
periencia comercial, Zopatera In-
fantil.'Calle 14 Oeste No. 65, no
llame por telfono.
SE ALQUILA:Fresco apartamento
de dos recimaras, tala, comedor,
cuarto de empleada. Cerca Cole-
gio Ma. Inmaculada. Precio $85.-
C0. Llame Tel. 3-2087.
SE ALQUILA
________Caaos_________
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completamente amoblada, en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de I.
000 metros de csped y jordin. 3
recimoras con dos baos, 2 ha-
bitaciones pora el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocina
(rende, desayunador'; vestbulo;
comedor, sola oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situado entre Paitillo
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupor-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tor lista el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 3 recimaras.
2 baos, 2 porches, garoge, un
jardn, Via Porras 81. Razn en
Calle 18 No. 8, San Francisco.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS ...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
Os Vonta on
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
Tenemos el surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras de Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
A?e. Central 27 Tel. 3-014
Ciudad de Panam
ARTCULOS de PLOMERA
e Llaves para bao.
Llaves de paso, de ngu-
lo, chorro, y de man-
guera.
a Tubera negra y
galvanizada.
a JUEOOS DE SERVICIOS
SANITARIOS 'KOHLER'
y ELJER' (en colores, y
por piezas en BLANCO).
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-260O
SE NECESITAN:Dos hombres j-
venes de buena opariencio, con ex-
perticia en ventas. Presentarse
con referencias Americon Protec-
tion, Ave. Balboa calle 6, Arena
Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de piedra dos
recimaras. Porque Lefevre. Tel.
P. A. D. 6140 poro informarse.
SE ALQUILAChalet moderno de
sala, comedor, dos recmaras, es-
pacioso coema, un porch, y un
garage y servicio pora empleado
en la Avenida Primera No. 6 de la
Urbanizocin "El Cormen". cerca
el comisariato "Vio Espoa" ter-
cera cosa ftiano izquierda, pregun-
te por Mauricio Holphen. Tel. 3-
2585.
SE NECESITA:Persono responsa-
ble y tuerte, para Ayudante del
Jefe de Depsitos, con preparacin
secundaria y buenos referencioi
Presentarse o la Mueblera Euro-
pea, Avenida Central y Calle 21
Este.
SE VENDE
Artculos de -ana
MISCELNEA
Radia eaaerre. atieiowaele: Ajusto
receptores con precisin. Saa atar
twtnjaaaarae." Enve $1.00 en
corta certificada a Agencia Gis-
eome. Apartado 3124 Ponami
Tel. 2-0856.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje: Es-
tante de dos cuerpos. Peinodoro.
Coma doble. Mesa comedor. Sillos
tapizados. Vitrina licorera. Colle
17 Oeste cosa 21, apartamento I 5.
SE VENDE:Magnfica coma turca
y dos comas dobles de hierro, muy
borotos. Calle 45 No. 19.
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
ft iu ALftArcN-Fcrnci
*TaaOOa> 5e> tOjOVa*
Tel. 2-2847
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, mue-
bles de recimara y comedor nue-
vos. Renovamos y hocemos colcho-
nes, spring*., etc Compra Vento
San Pies, Ave. Noria 65.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Oto Abajo 2154TeL 3-SU4.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 1-175*
Red Panamericana
tiene loi mejores
Programas
Nombra periodistas
Dado en el Palacio Real de
la Esperanza y la Felicidad a
los 16 diaa del mes de mayo
y 3 de la Feria de Coln.
Gioconda la.
Reina La del Alba.
Yo. Gioconda la..
Reina de la Feria y por vo-
luntad del pueblo colcnense,
DECRETO:
Artculo nico: Nmbranse E-
decanes de mi Corte a los si-
guientes nobles: Juan Olaz VI-
Ualaz. Duque de las Inquietu-
pes Permanentes, gran sef.or de
dos predios fabulosos del Es-
fuerzo frustrado.
Jos Manuel Mea na, Duque
de Fuente Oscura, Arquitecto y
Diseador de los planos etreos
de mi Imperio, gran seor de
la afabilidad en terrn.
Dado en el Palacio Real de
la Esperanza y la Felicidad a
las 16 das del mes de mayo y
3 de la Feria de Coln.
Gioconda la.,
Reina Luz del Alba.
Jos Mara Vsquei M.,
Secretarlo.
DECRETO No. S ,
Yo. Gioconda la.,
Reina de la Feria y por vo-
luntad del pueblo colonense,
DECRETO:
Articulo nico: Nmbranse
caballeros y con derecho a os
tentar pblicamente dentro de
mi Corte y fuera de ella, ei
blasn herldico de la Oran
Cruz del Floripondio Rojo, a los
Nobles siguientes:
Roberto Rosania, Caballero de
los compromisos en suspenso y
de las angustias truncas, seor
del vculo areo y de 'a plu-
ma en vilo.
Alfonso Maldonado, Caballero
de las constelaciones terrestres
y los apuros en flor, seor de
las pesadumbres adormecidas.
Jackie Baigelman. Caballero
del silencio y del sonrer a me-
dias tintas, seor de la palabra
trunca y de las telas raras.
Luis H. Moreno Jr., Caballe-
ro del Canto del Cisne aenico.
seor de los campos solitarios
y del Clan de Cangrejo hip-
drlco.
Dado en el Palacio Real de
la Esperanza y la Feucldad a
los 16 das del mes de mayo y
3 de la Feria de Coln.
Gioconda la-.
Reina Luz del Alba.
Los civiles inician
parece existir en el exterior al-
gunas dudas sobre la valide:: o
invalidez de las elecciones de
Mayo.
"Automticamente, al toniar
a Junta de Gobierno el podtr,
las elecciones del 8 de Mavo
ueron anuladas^ Oportunamen-'
te la Junta convocar a nuevas
elecciones, ratificndome en q ?e
la permanencia nuestra en el
Gobierno ser breve".
TRISTE. HOGAR.Aunque no lo crean, ste eg el hogar de
James Knowles, estudiante de 18 aos de edad, de la Universi-
- a antard. Se trata nada menos que de una carroza f-
nebre de segunda mano. En cuestin de gustos no hay nada
Vendemos
Solamente
Materiales
it
Construccin
de
Primera
Calidad
NUESTRO NOMBRE
ES SU GARANTA.
,
Ave. Norte 3 Tel. Z-Mll
Calle Martin, Sosa No. J
TeL 3-1424
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2'6.2'x8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Vis Espaa No. 121
Tel. M503
Enrgica nota del Gobierno
Ingls fue entregada al de
Irn sobre el petrleo
TEHERAN., mayo 19. tUP.
Gran Bretaa entreg a Irn
una fuerte nota exigiendo ne-
gociaciones amigables a fin de
solu6ronar la disputa petrolera
y advirti que de lo contrario
"habrn las ms serlas -conse-
cuencias".
La nota, que fue enviada bl
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores para su inmediato tras-
lado al Primer Ministro Mos-
sadegh, ofreca el envo de una
misin especial britnica a Te-
hern par alas inmediatas ne-
gociaciones.
Esta nota fue prepaiada por
el Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores tie'Gran Bretaa y ex-
presaba la esperanza de que
Irn aceptara las negociaciones,
agregando que "no rera franco
si no les advirtiera que si Irn
rehusara negociar, .o cualquier
intento de su parte de llevar
a cabo una accin unilateral
para llevar a efecto la nacio-
nalizacin, afectarla gravemen-
te las relaciones amistosas que
ambos pases desean aue exis-
tan, y tendra las ms serias
consecuencias".
La nota hacia nfasis en el
derecho lrrenunciable del Go-
bierno Brltnlco de acuerdo con
las leyes internacionales, de
buscar un arreglo y deca tam-
bin que Gran Bretaa tena
el derecho "si lo consideraba
conveniente de llevar su queja
contra el Gobierno de Irn an-
te la Corte Internacional de>
Justicia de La Haya".
Churchill se pronuncia a
favor de la cooperacin
entre EE. UU. e Inglaterra
.GLASCOV', Escocia, Mayo 19
(UP> Winston Churchill Pri-
mer Ministro Britnico durante
la segunda guerra mundial, a-
bog anoche por la ms estre-
cha ,cooperacin entre Gr*n
Bretaa y Estados Unidos, co.r.o
la nica manera de impedir que
Rusia esclavice todos los puf-
blos libres de Europa
El jefe conservador, en tm
discurso pronunciado en un in -
to,' al que asistieron ms de
cuatro mil unionistas escoceos
critic al Partido Laborista pe
sus sentimientos anti-america-
nos y 'elogi los empeos de
defensa de Estados Unidos.
Churchill reiter su opinin
de que la bomba atmica es el'
primer fac que da a Europa
libre a esperanza de impartir
una nueva agresin rusa.
Dijo: "Detrs de todo dts-
cansa el temido e incalculable
podero que posee Estados Unr-
oot con la bomba atmica, y es
;tste factor, aunque sea pavn,
so, el nico que ofrece al esp.-*,
tanza de que pueda formarse).
un frente en Europa capaz cSi
disuada a los tiranos del Krem*"
hn de nuestras ageslones".
Churchill, al abogar por uri
cooperacin ms estrecha cois1
Estados Unidos, dijo que es !i
nacin que se alza Impidici-.r.
que todos los pueblos libres ce
Europa sean esclavizados yor
los rusos.
Acus al Gobierno Laborista
de haber demostrado sentimii '.:
los pro-c'ninoV r.n cuando Cni-1
na Roja lucha contra las fue-1
zas de las Naciones Unidas ort-
Corea.
Churchll declar: "Es clerts-
i-nenie, tenebroso y trgico el
cuadro que tenemos antes mies,
tro ojos dondequiera que mire*,
mos en nuestro diarlo bres-r.i
La llave para nuestra salvacin
y la supervivencia es, por 3u!
puesto, nuestra alianza y amis-
tad con Estados Unidos".
El Subsecretario de. Estado
pidi a los Chinos que se
revelaran contra los Rojos
nidos frente a los Rojos Chlr.na
y una nueva etapa en las re.a-
clones con los nacionallsi.es!
chinos.
Ruslc dijo: "Nosotros recono-
cemos al Gobierno Nacionaiiotai
oe la Repblica de China aun-'
que el territorio bajo su dou.i-'
nio .haya sido muy ristringldcj
Creemos que representa lU*
autnticamente a la gran masa'
del pueblo chino, particular-'
mente su demanda iatrica pee!
la independencia del dominio-
extranjero".
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 19 (UP>
El Secretarlo de Estado Ad-
junto, Dean Rusk, expres el
i:uevo apoyo de Estados Unios
al re, lmen nacionalista de
Chiang Kai-sheck e indirecta-
mente pidi al pueblo Chino que
e rebele contra sus gobernan-
tes comunistas, que dijo son t-
teres de Mosc.
En un discurso preparado pa-
la ser ledo anoche en el ban-
quete del Instituto Chino, Ruslc
expres el mayor respaldo dado
por el Gobierno de Estados c-
:iidos a Chiang desde que el Ge-
neralsimo fu virtualmente rt-
pudiado en el libro blanco del
Departamento de Estado en
1949.
Ruslc. declar que las Naciones
Unidas no reconocen al rgimen
comunista de Pekn porque "no
es el gobierno de China". Ase-
ver que Pekn no tiene derecho
a hablar en nombre de China
en Estados Unidos. .
El fuerte tono de su discuitc
seala una actitud an ms
firme de parte de Estados U-
En libertad hasta
Carlos N. Brln, Francisco Jos
Linares. Enrique Linares Jr.,
Cristbal Adn de Urrlola, Jos
Ehrman Maria S. de Miranda,
Celso A. Carbonell y Norberto
Zurita, quien se encuentra a
rdenes de la Honorable Asam-
blea Nacional.
El ex-Minlstro de Gobierno y
Justicia. Don Jos C. de Obaldia
se encuentra enfermo en el Hos-
pital a rdenes de las autorida-
des competentes.
El MinistroOrdez
slo recibir en la
tarde a sus amigos
El Departamento de Prepsa f
Radio del Ministerio de Gobicr-'
no y Justicia, nace saber, -^u*;
tal como se haba anunciar.;
anteriormente, el Ministro do.
Gobierno y Justicia. Dr. Misuel
ngel Ordez. recibir perv>
nalmente a todas aquellas per-
sonas que no vayan en asunte-
oficiales a su despacho, slo les
das Laes, Martes, Jueves y'
Viernes de cuatro a seis de li'
tarde, a partir del da Lunes 21
de los cimmlentes.
Se ha informado, que en vUta
de la gran cantidad de perso-
nas que acuden diariamente al
despacho del Ministerio de 1*0-
bierno y Justicia, ste ka deci-
dido recibir al pblico en hoia-
no laboiables para que no sej
entorpezca la buena marcha da
a administracin.
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1
IX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDaTENDlKNTI
PAGINA SIFT
Informes |iara esta eccin se reciben en la
V\>edacon Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
TelJene X-W*1
HURAS: *:H a Ml* >
Apartado 134
nidos, seor Louis C. Nolan y
Bra. olrecleron ayer un cocstal
en su residencia en los Altos del
dolt.

'(BoJas Quijano ~ JTi
Comida en El Panama
Para agasajar al Dr. Jose sil-
barn, quien procedente de Me-
xico, pas varios das en Pa-
nam en viaje hacia Lima, el
Ur. Octavio Mndez Pereira y
3ra. Luz O. de Mndes ofrecie-
ron una comida en el Hotel El
Panam.
Comida
Para agasajar al Seor Jorge
Uarcs, quien se encuentra ja-
sando varios das entre noso-
tros, el Dr. Roberto Arlas y Sra.
Querube S. de Arlas ofrecieron
anoche una comida en el Hotel
El Panam.
T en el Club Unin
La Sra. Josefina de VnjSer
ilans, ofreci un t en el Cub
Unin, para despedir a su tnu-
dre, seora Amlnta vda- de s-
pinoza Guzmn de los Monte-
ros, quien sigue prximamente
para Sur Amrica.
Cocktail
Para agasajar a un grupo de
us amistades, el Agregado de
ia Embajada de los Estados V-
Para los Estados Cado
Despedimos atentamente al
Seor Juan de la Guardia,
quien sigue hoy para Nueva
York por la va aerea.
MISAS
Se dirn por el eterno des-
canso del alma de
Doa Sara vda. de Das
en las siguientes Iglesias y ca-
pillas de esta ciudad, el unes
21 de mayo.
Iglesia Catedral 7 a.m.
glala de Cristo Rey 7 a.m
ipilla del Buen Pastos 8 aJU I
Capilla del Carmen 7 a.m
Capilla del Hospicio de Hu.-
fano 6 a.m.
Capillas de las Slervas de Ma-
ra 6:45 a.m.
Capilla de Mara Inmaculada
(Bella Vista) 6 a.m.
Capilla' de Mara Inmaculada
(Ciudad) 6 a.m.
Santuario Nacional (Requiem)
7:30 a.m-
Sus hijas agradecern la a-
slstencla a estos actos pladoocs
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones jw-
ra el seor Luis Roberto Le-y
Arango y seora Cecilia C e
Levy, por el feliz arribo de un
nilta, ocurrido ayer en el Hos-
pjital Panam._____
Para Costa Rica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital re-
gresaron ayer a San Jos, el Sr.
Artistas de ia
Red Panamericana
El soviet no ha demostrado
inters por la reunin de
los cancilleres en Pars
PARIS, Mayo (USIS) La
Unin Sovitica ha demostrado
De la Mesa Redonda
Panamericana
La Mesa Colateral de -Club, de
la Mesa Redonda Panamericana
de Panam, ofrece hoy sD:>o
r las 7:10 pm. a travs de la
Emisora Independiente, un ac-
to cultural en honor de Cuoc.
en conmemoracin de la Inde-
pendencia del hermano pas.
MARGARITA MONCADA, la
excelente actrli, que viene
destacndose n las novelas
"Camel", Avena Quaker y
Matinal. Margarita es po-
seedora de una bellsima vos
y de un reolo temperamento
artstico.
Rata, tarde a las 6 p.m. unirn sus destinos en los sagrados
'Franjeo ol? QulR. Wtf***' Manuela Jess Qu.Jano
(q.e.p.d.).
Aoadrinarn la ceremonia los padres de la novia; Napoleon
Arango V Am Josefa I. vda. de Arango; Ricardo Arango y Car-
tota S. de Arango; Manuel Barrara v Rosalo L. de Rivas; Vic-
toriano Endari"v Srta. Nydia Endara: Eduardo Morgan r Benig-
rTc de Kan; Manuel Jos <"'" ,*m^ "g&Z
nt'^ v5:ddien0C8hr.ri,Pr"eptr^n\X^K%UtjSA
Impartir la bendicin nupcial el Revdo. Padre Guillermo So-
sa, ta writes del Ave Mara que ser cantad, por ta joven
seora Itza M. de Lewis, acompaada al piano por la seora Lo-
la V. de AJapura.
Lucir la novia un precioso vestido de ginhlMeiur-
fll con incrustaciones de encaje chantilly, confeccionado por las
hbiles manos de Nina M.stellarl Completar ;to nnpeW
iin precioso ramo de azahares, trados especialmente de Costa
Rica.
Su dama de honor, seorita Leda Anguitola Roy, lucir, un
poroso vestido de nylon amarillo y llevara un ramo de horten-
sias celestes.
La acompaar el caballero Rodolfo Alemn. Refa'tn r"
al paso de la novia las nias Alda Quijano Jlmnex y Alida Mo-
rric Jimnes en idnticos vestidos de organs celeste. Las ni-
Bitas Alina Morales Quijano y Judith Ferrer MpMien vapo-
tosos vestidos de organsa blanca sostendrn la cola del vestido
nupcial, v portarn los anillos y las arras los nios Luis Eduar-
do Gonzlez v Emiliano Rivas Jr.
Recibirn los desposados las felicitaciones de sus familiares
y amigos ntimos, durante una recepcin la cual ofrecern los
padres de la novia en su residencia.
Formulamos votos porque la dicha sonra siempre a esta
gentil pareja, v que en el hogar que se Inicia, reine siempre la
comprensin v la tolerancia.
LA SOCIEDAD CUBANA
DE PANAMA
h Incito a todos Joj socios y familiares
para el acto que cd motivo de la con-
memoracin de la Independencia de
Cuba se celebrar \en su Saln Social,
el prximo Domingo 249 de Mayo a
la 10 a.m.
Todas dicen. .
qu belleza de VESTIDOS
acaba de recibir
LA MODA AMERICANA
Avenidr. Central 102
A, PRECIOS MUY ECONMICOS.
Convnzase por s misma!
Sopa
UPTON
Pollo y Fideos y Tomate y Vegetle
Sabrosa Econmica Nutritiva
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Upton Frostee"
Rodolfo Ulloa y efiora Mar.a
Garay de Ulloa. Los despedimos
Para Coln
Grato paseo le deseamos a S.
E. el Ministro de Gran BreU-
, Seor Brie Arthur Cleugn,
y al Secretarlo de la Legacin
Seor Jasper M- Leadbltter y
Sra. Anna Llaa de Leadbtitter,
quienes siguieron ayer para
Coln.
Siguieron hoy hacia Coln, en
donde pasarn el fin de sema-
na el Dr. Julio Alemn y Sra.
Smell Z. de Alemn, el seor
Alcibades Arosemena Jr. y se-
ora Cnnen A. de Arosemcra,
y el Dr. Ricardo Alemn y se-
or Edna A. de Alemn.
Enfermos
Pronta mejor! le deseamos a
la nia Crmen Giaella Boyd A-
las, quien se encuentra reclui-
da en 1 Clinic San Fernando.
Restablecido
Anotamos complacidos la mejo-
ra de 1 seor Mara L. de
Clement, quien abandon el
Hospital Santo Toms.
Completamente restablecido a-
Uandon la Clnica Sn Fernan-
do el Seor Manuel de Jes
Quijano Jr. Nos alegramos
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Olga A. de Garca de Va-
redes
Sra. Thelm M. de Pope
Sra. Raquel N- de Filos.
Srta. Raquel Legendre
Srta. Thelma Gonzlez A's-
pura
8eoi
Seor
Seor
Nia
V aides
Nia
Nio
Srta.
Nia
Dolor de Espalda
SI sufre Ud. de levantadas noc-
turna, dolor de espalda, dolor dr
pierna, prdlda de vlaw, nerviosi-
dad o debilidad, drb* ayudar Inme-
diatamente a la Uilndula. Prstata
con ROGENA. Esta maravillosa
medicina le hace sentir ms Joven.
mis fuerte dormir sin Interrup-
cin. Compre ROOJENA an su botica.
que "no est Interesada en la
cuestin sustantiva' de si ha
de celebrarse o no una reunin
de ministros de reraciones ex-
teriores de las cuatros grandes
potencias, ha declarado el em-
bajador extraordinario de- los
Estados Unidos, Phillip Jessup.
El vice canciller Sovitico An-
drei Gromyko "ha puesto de
manifiesto que no esta interesa-
do en considerar si se ofrece o
no una oportunidad para la dis-
cusin de esta Importante cues-
tin", dijo Jessup al hablar en
la 53a sesin de los vice canci-
lleres de Francia, Estados Uni-
dos, Reino Unido y Rusia, en la
cual se ha estado tratando de
preparar un temarlo para una
posible reunin de ministros de
relaciones exteriores.
Gromyko rechaz los tres pro-
yectos do temario propuesto por J
los otro vice canclllers el 2
de mayo, diciendo que no eran J
'dignos del papel en que esta-
ban escritos."
jessup dijo: "todos sabemos,
excepto la delegaciJn sovitica,
toque la tarea de formular;un
Jemarlo para una reunin; de
cancilleres, consiste en formu-
lar la lista de asuntos que han
de ser discutidos. El nico pro-
blema es el de que se Incluya J
los asuntos apropiados. El se-j
or Gromyko ha demostrado *
que est interesado nicamente
en palabras pues en cierta ex- j
presin de palabras l al pare-. -
cer halla la razn de alemas te-
sis soviticas."
V
ota (embajada oUe \-uba
se complace en invitar a todos los miembros
de la Colonia Cubana de esta Capital, para que
concurran el prximo Domingo da 20 de Mayo,
a las diez de la maana, a la Sociedad Cubana
situada frente al Parque Santa Ana, para cele-
brar la conmemoracin de la instauracin de la
Repblica, que se festeja ese da.
Ud. puede usar VlZ-ZAN-D
coa satisfaccin y confianza,
porque nunca je desprenda.
Esta atractiva pintura no te
esparce ni endurece.
Adquiera hoy la de su mitii
predilecto.
Sincero ^Maradecmenlo
Acompaada de mi ms pro/ando cario, va mi eterna gra-
titud para mi muy amado Pueblo de Puerto Piln, hoy que
voy de nuevo a partir, quizas para siempre, para slemprt
quizs; corporalmente; ya que espiritualmente, seguir como
siempre viviendo entre vosotros.
Cualquier frase es poco para expresar el infinito agrade-
cimiento que guardo por todas las personas de este querido
pueblo, que me dieron regocijo en mis dios felices, v que me
ayudaron can sus confortantes palabras y^sus nobles senti-
mientos a darme fortaleza y resignacin en mis das de dolor.
Conservar siempre en mi alma el recuerdo imperecede-
ro de este benvolo pueblo, que apenas ocupa un rincn en
el mundo, pero que es ilimitada su grandeza espiritual.
Adis mi querido pueblo y que Dios conserve vuestro
bienestar.
ALTA ROMAN V. DE CALDERN.
'


EL PALUDISMO
es el ms grande destructor de la vida humana.
300 millones d person!, sufrirn de paludismo
este ao y de ellas por lo menos 3 millones
morirn.
Aferrte de la mano salvadora de la
QUININA.
L QUININA ha sido la base principal en el
tratamiento del paludismo durante los ltimos
130 aos. Una dosis diaria de 1 grm. a 1.3 erras,
de QUININA durante un perodo de 5 a 7 ds
cura con xito un ataque agudo de paludismo.
La mejor posibilidad para una curacin radical
en las recadas del paludismo, la ofrece un
tratamiento de 14 ds con QUINIPLEX, tt
preparado recientemente recomendado por la
Comisin de Expertos de Paludismo de la
Organizacin Mundial de Salud (1950).
Roberto Motta
Frank Hasson
Roberto Heurtemaa
Mara Elena Dawson
Glsella Fbrega Diaa
Dlck Lanzner de Jann
Julieta Arana
Zalda E. Tack
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Mary Q. de Gallndo
Sra. Dalya de la G. de Fener
Srta. Clarlta Cecilia Navarro
Smith
Seor Gonzalo Fbrega F.
Nio Richard Bennet Nove/
Nia Vlruca Arlas Vallarlno
FILETES
BIRDS EYE
Parecen acabaditos de pescar!
Son riqusimo y econmicos-
Vienen sin cabezas, colas o de*
perdicioe, listos para cocinar.
Usted pas seUmente por lo
s]ue va a cocinar y a servir.
Cuando hay Sopa de Pollo con Tallarines Campbell's en la
comida, no hay que llamar repetidamente a la familia a la mea
A todos les encanta el delicioso sabor a pollo de su caldo dorad...
los tiernos pedazos de pollo...los ricos tallarines hechos con huevo.
Y es un plato tan alimenticio! No es solamente sopa de talla-
rines, es Sopa de Pollo con Tallarines, hecha por Campbell's a
estilo casero con jugosos pollos cocinados lentamente hasta
dejar un caldo exquisito al cual se agrega tallarines hechos con
huevo.
Sirva pronto a su familia esta rica sopa.
SOPA DE POLLO con TALLARINES


CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
CON0INSA0A, IINDE OOIll IXUA IA ETIQUtTA SOJA Y StANCA




PAt.'NA I
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
ABADO, MATO 1v w
El Cubano Kid Gaviln Derrot Anoche a Johnny
Bratton y Conquist El Campeonato Mundial Welter
Asegurado El Campeonato Femenino De Basket-
Ball Con La Inscripcin De Tres Equipos
La Victoria Del Campen Cubano
Fue Fcil y Ahora Se Apresta a
Pelear Contra Rocky Graziano
Por JACK CUDDY
Corresponsal de la Prensa Unida
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 19 (UP) | Gaviln era favorito por l a 1
El cubano Kid Gaviln con- anoche. Los aficionados dejaron
quist el campeonato welter en las taquillas la suma de
mundial al vencer fcilmente a' $55.531, ms de lo que se espe-
Johnny Bratton anoche por de- | raba. Cada boxeador recibi el
cisin ante ana multitud consi- 27 Vi" de lo que se biso de
derada en 11.747 personas en el
Madison Square Garden.
El cubano no solo conquisto
el titulo que posea Bratton y
que era reconocido por la NBA
sino tambin el de la Comisin
de Boxeo de Nueva York.
Bratton se salv en el und-
cimo acto cuando recibi un
directo a la quijada pocos se-
gundos antes de que la campa-
na sonara: este fu el asalto
ms duro de toda la pelea. Brat-
ton tambin fu sacudido en
otro round aunque no hubo
knokdown. Sufri una pequea
herida en la ceja izquierda en
el noveno round. La sangre le
corra por la mejilla del mismo
lado. Gaviln apareca ms en
formas que en ninguna de sus
previas 17 apariciones en el Ma-
dison Square Garden, su terri-
ble velocidad y su sorprendente
vitalidad sorprendieron en todo
momento a los 600 aficionados
i|ue haban llegado de Cuba a
ultima hora. Pes 145 libras 1-4
Bratton de 25 aos de edad pes
exactamente igual.
Gaviln hizo una magnfica
exhibicin de jabs, y sus famo-
sos bolo punch. En sus ltimos
ocho rounds se impuso por su
gran velocidad. Varias veces lle-
v Bratton hasta las cuerdas
a Gaviln que gil esquiv los
golpes.
entrada y adems 2250 por de-
Posiblemente
juegue tambin
uno de Coln
Por ACHET
En reunin celebrada ayer
tarde en el Gimnasio Nacional
entre el Comisionado de Basket-
ball Femenino y representantes
de equipos de ese sexo, se ade-
lantaron varios detalles que de-
jaron en claro que se celebrar
este ao el campeonato Feme-
nino de Basketball:
En la reunin de ayer se hi-
cieron representar los equipos
Eva Pern, Sastrera Crdenas,
Santa Cruz y Colmena, comuni-
cando el equipo Chevrolet de
Coln su deseo de tomar parte
en el torneo.
La nmina que present el
Eva Pern es: Berta Holness,
Gilda Nez. Rosa Herazo, Ho-
mobona Espinosa, Mlida Peri-
gault, Julia Candanedo, Justina
Caizales, Senla Holt, Alba Za-
pata, Carmen San tizo, Martina
Cuello, Maria de los Reyes Ama
ya. Nidia R. Caizales, Mara
Luisa Harris y Judith E. Palma.
Sastrera Crdenas: Angela
Acosta, Urania Arosemena, Vll-
ma Beckles, Carlota Fuentes,
Melva Checa Eladla Gonzlez
Rita MacAlllster, Felicita Ortlz,
Tilsa Palomeque, Laudelina Or-
tiz, Blanca R. Ritter, Carlota
Saldaa y Gladys Vsquez:
Colmena: Elvia Matilde Boza,
Judith Caballo, Elosa Ortega,
GRAN ENTUSIASMO POR EL CONGRESO NAL.
DE REDACTORES DEPORTIVOS DE PANAMA
Ocho Caballos Se Disputan
Hoy El Preakness Stakes
BALTIMORE, Mayo 19 (UP) Ocho caballos, cinco de ello
participantes deslustrados del Derby de Kentucky y otros tres
un poco mejores, se inscribieron ayer pars disputarse hoy
Preakness Stakes en Plmpllco.
Es tan poco el prestigio de los caballos de esta carrera, qua*
Big Stretch, que lleg en el decimoctavo lugar entre los 20 par
ticipantes del Kentucky, es favorito para ganar el Preakness qui
se corre sobre una distancia de 1,900 metros y que dar un pre-
mi al ganador de ms de 80 mil dlares.
Otros caballos que participarn son: Counterpoint, Hall 01
Fame, Bold, Alerted, Repetorle y Timely Reward.
entrada y ademas u por ae-i Judl(h EUati Pinzn, Agriplna
Gaviln y sus managers aho- recho de television. El arbitro, Tejada de Torres, Isaura Beleo
ra quieren una pelea al aire 11- i Goldstein le dio 5 rounds a Ga- | y otras.
bre con el ex-campen de los viln, 5 a Bratton y dos empa-
pesos medios Rocky Graziano, tados. Los. jueces. Arthur
en el mes de Julio, en ves de Schwartz y Joe Agnlello votaron
defender su titulo contra Gra-! por Gaviln. La Prensa Unida
ham. favoreci a Gaviln 11 a 3.
Tre; Tofeos Sern Donados En
La Carrera De Los 100 Metros
Ei El Programa Atltico Del 30
Z El evento principal del Con-1 "Knights of Coloumbus" Logia
curso Atltico de Pista, Campo, que ha obsequiado 3 bellos tro-
y Ciclismo sealado para el 30. 'eos para los ganadores,
de Mayo, "Da de los Difuntos",1 Es posible que se aumenten
en la Zona del Canal ser 100 el nmero de 17 competidores
metros planos, dedicado a los hasta 20 con las negociaciones
que se estn llevando a cabo
con la Armada, ste es, la par-
ticipacin de los tres primeros
atletas de los 100 metros en la
Competencia U3AHGARIB que
se celebrar los das 23 y 25 en
Balboa.
Los principales participantes
son: Marcos Wilson y Lester
Sobers de la Polica; Felipe
Malcolm, Jennlng Blackett-ga-
nador de los 100 metros en las
Olimpiadas de 1938, y Reinaldo
Mattnews del Club Mercurio;
Charlie McArthur y Bab Young
del Club Ba-Crlsto y Oliver
Swaby, Alired Greion y Eric
Fcrgunson de Coln.
Figuran como competidores
muy peligrosos Alfred Richard,
Cirilo Thompson. Albert Hall, y
Redman Nez.
Las eliminaciones se corrern
por la maana a las 9.30 y los
finales a las 2.00 de la tarde.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BEIC IEjADA
En el equipo Chevrolet de Co-
ln, que tiene la mayor poslbl-1
lidad de actuar en nuestra jus- I
ta femenina est formado por,
figuras de gran porvenir del ba-
loncesto femenino colonense, en-!
tre las cuales tenemos ,a Doty
Cellls, Felipa de Tom y otras.
El Santa Cruz, es un conjunto
de Gamboa, Zona del Canal,
Los diferentes equipos estn
representados por los siguientes
deportistas: Eva Pern Dr. Ra-
mon Bermdez, Sasteria Crde-
nas, Luis Ardlnes; Colmena, Es-
teban Perdomo; Chevrolet, Fer-
nando Tom y Santa Cruz, Jos
French.
Tambin est Interesado en
tomar parte en el torneo el equi-
BL'ENA SUERTE.Lou Boudreau, ahora jugador de los Me-
dias Rojas, desea buena suerte al nuevo manager de los Indios de
Cleveland que lo reemplaz en ese puesto. Boudreau dirigi a los
Indios durante nueve ao.
,-------------------------------- : -.frV' ----------------------------!
"Los Medias Rojas No Ganarn
Banderines Hasta Que Despierten
De Su Letargo" Dice Matt Batts
BOSTON, Mayo 19 (UP) El receptor Matt Batts dijo hoy
pV'Mebleria' Tito "Revs"Tue' *,ue lo* Med,a* Rojas no ganarn ningn campeonato hasta que
dirige Po Torres.
El prximo martes a las 5.30
Los galenos Victor pareja, Cor
doba, Juan Cticosla, Alonso Roy
y Alberto Blsott Jr. han sido de-
signados por la Liga Provincial
de Basketball para "mdicos"
de la Liga. Los doctores antes
mencionados gozan de grandes
estmulos en los crculos depor-
tivos dnde ha sido bien reci-
bida esta escogencia. Los Dres.
Pareja y Nicosia, fueron miem-
bros de la directiva de la Liga
Provincial en el torneo pasado
y Roy al Igual que Blsott tienen
vinculaciones con el baseball
aficionado.
0
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para las carreras de ma-
ana domingo:
laMUECO... con todo y su !
raaosldad... Stella enemiga de |
sumo cuidado: 2aCONTRA-
BAN DO... vuelve a repetir su
triunfo...Black Sambo. ..carta
brava para el nuestro; 3aIS-
LERO ...su anterior la gan f-
.C...E1 Mago...por su jinete
estar en la plata; 4aDON
JOAQUN.. .este anlmalito es de
cuidado... Tap Girl...enemigo
que tiene dos a su favor; 5a
WILD WIRE. ..en su ltimo
compromiso camin.. .Curaca..
esta en sus mejores tiempos;
6aGRIS.. .camin a un lote
superior... Walrus...por jinete
y clase puede; 7aHORTENSIA
el Tanque quiere acaparar con
todos los clsicos.. .Marsellesa..
t adquiri sus formas; 8a
;URLECANO.. .este
Tropical y Royal
dividieron honores
anoche en bolos
sus jugadores se decidan a jugar con el nimo y deseos de triun-
far.
Batts hito estas declaraciones despus de ser enviado a los
sp reunirn nnevamentP en l ons mo estas declaraciones uespues ae ser enviado a ios
Gimnasio NacK los renrei'Carmellt,la de s"n Lul junto con * *" J"**ires por el re-
senttes de los dffrentes muU ,ceptor U MoM- Lon Med,* Boj*s ertn ritos >* ** +
do" emenlnOs V el comisSnill! meMM ' tmP"d P* *" bandern de la Liga Amerf.
do dee daarte ara ultimar can"' Dero tualineiite w h>hn en el quinto puesto y lachan-
ri2t=.rohrf^- VL^ d0 desesperadamente por salir de la segunda divisin.
"No he sacudido la pereza en todo el tiempo que estuve con
ellos", dijo Batts. Y sabis por qu? Por que muchos de sus ju-
gadores reciben mucho dinero y no tienen que apurarse". Me
alegro de haberme separado de ellos. No ganarn los banderines
hasta que no despierten de su letargo. No quieren trabajar y
combatir por los banderines que los Yanquis ganan, banderines
que los Medias Rojas debieron haber ganado en estos ltimos
aos".
torneo.
ESTADO DE LOS QUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
Selecta.............. 35
Mike ................ 34
Tropical ............ 34
Royal............. 30
Entrometidos ....... 19
Martin/ ............. 2
Pinocho ............. 24
Balboa ____....... 21
C. Vieja ............. 21
21
22
26
26
27
28
32
35
39
Francisco Dilrani
nombrado en la Fed.
Nacional de Ftbol
El entusiasta y conocido de-
portista local, Francisco Ditrani
ha sido distinguido con el nom-
bramiento de Representante de
la Liga Provincial de Ftbol de
Chlrlqui en el seno de la Fe-,
deracin Nacional de acuerdo I
con Telegrama que recibi y'
redactado en los siguientes tr-
minos:
Seor
Francisco Ditrani
Panam
Acordamos nombrarlo a Usted
ante la Federacin de Ftbol
Liga Prov. Ftbol Chriqui
Los Presidentes De Comisiones
y Federaciones Se Reunirn El
Lunes En El Dep. De Ed. Fsica
a clase... Muros.. enemigo a
batir; 9aHIGH MOUNT... tie
ne de todo a su favor.. Frutal
por el tuerto quizas; 10aCA-
SABLANCA.. .si el Tanque sigue
as, alquien se va a morir de
hambre.. .Arqulmedes.. su pla-
nt fijo.
s. O
En los crculos polticos y de- guenles
portivos. se viene rumorando
que en el Departamento de Edu- I Carchen
Con este nombramiento, la
.625 Liga Chirlcana completa sus dos
.697 miembros de la Federacin. El
.567 otro es Luis Ardlnes que desem-
.536 i pea actualmente el cargo de
.518' Secretarlo de dicha entidad.
.590 El nico puesto vacante en la
.429 Federacin ahora es el de Sub-
.375 secretarlo cargo que se que
.350 tendra que desempear el se-
i or Ditrani. pero no es asunto
Continuando con xito el tor- resuleto ni definitivo, ms cuan-
anlmalito, neo de Bolos "Caf Duran", ano do se ha anunciado en fecah
De la manera ms atenta y
cordial la Direccin General de
Educacin Fsica cita a los Pre-
sidentes de las Comisiones y Fe-
deraciones Nacionales de los De-
portes a una reunin que se
efectuar en el Despacho de
Educacin Fsica el Lunes 21
de los corrientes a las 7 y 30
p.m.
En esta reunin se tratar en
forma general la siguiente
Agenda
1Estatutos
2Afiliacin Internacional
3Afiliacin Locales
4Ficha deportiva (Historial)
5Plan de Trabajo
Memoria anual de la labor
realizada que incluye movimien-
tos de fondos.
Ms adelante habr reuniones
particulares con dichas entida-
des deportivas para tratar de
asuntos especiales que se rela-
cionan con sus respectivos de-
portes.
che dividieron honores el Tea- prxima la renuncias del presi-
tro Tropical y ei Flan Royal dente, Ing. Norberto Navarro y
para permanecer ambos en la | del Fiscal, Marcos Mendoza, te-
misma posicin. Los mejores j niendo ene ese caso que proce-
jugadores de la noche fueron 1 der a efectuar nuevos nombra-
Daz con serie de 512 y un jue- mlentos.
go de 227, y Carcherl con serle i-------------------------------------
de 506.
Las anotaciones fueron las si-
ROYAL
174 158
132 135
147 153
186 160
179 148
761
7
TV mi
TE
cacln Fsica, se efectuaran Piad
cambios de mucha importan- Lombana
ca. El Departamento tiene co- Cowes
rao Director a Don Manuel Roy, McGeachy
persona que ba hecho todo lo -----
que est a su alcance para in- 805
troduclr mejoras en nuestro de- Handicap 7
porte: pero es que Don Manuel
no tiene los medios necesarios
Sara hacer tal cosa, l est sta-
ll y es por eso el hecho de que TROPICAL
se departamento resulta casi Rico 150 152
estril al deporte Ojal el nue- Yique 144 144
yo Ministro de Educacin antes Luly 102 137
eje hacer cambios buscara la' Rene 137 135
juanera de que ese Departa- Daz 145 227
ento no labore atado...que ------------
ga medtaa. | 878 795
173
141
160
144
102
505
408
46S
470
428
798 754 729 2281
El Deportivo Pacfico
ofrece mna funcin
especial de cine
El Club Deportivo Pacfico
ofrecer maana una atractiva
funcin de Cine en el Teatro
Cecilia con el propsito de ob-
tener fondos para sus activi-
dades deportivas sociales.
146 448 El Programa que comenzar
144 432 a las 9 y 30 a.m. comprende las
143 382, pelculas La Fuga de Tarzn
177 449, con Johnnie Weismuller. el Ca-
no 512 mino Peligroso con James Cralg,
-----------1 varios otros cortos y una peheu-
650 2223 I la Instructiva.
736 2302
7 21
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
Viajarn numerosos
cronistas de la
ciudad capital
Con marcado entusiasmo e in-
ters se comenta el Congreso
Nacional de Redactores Depor-
tivos que tendr lugar maana
en la ciudad atlntica comen-
zando a las 8 y 30 a.m. en el
Saln de Actos del Consejo Mu-
nicipal.
El Congreso se desarrollar
lurante todas las horas del da
Los Cachorros Aplastaron
a Los Phillies Por 18-9
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Vern Stephens bateando como
emergente en el octavo episo-
dio conect un sencillo que im-
fiuls dos carreras anotadas por
os Medias Rojas para derrotar
a los Indios por 2 a 1 y colocar-
se en el quinto puesto de la Li-
ga Americana.
Hasta el octavo episodio fu
un duelo de lanzadores entre
Maurice Mcdermott y Mike Oar
ca quien carg con la derrota
aunque el sencillo de Stephens
fu conectado contra Lou Brls-
sie que habla sustituido al lan-
zador Indio. Los dos corredores
en bases eran de responsabili-
dad de Garca. La carrera india
fu anotado por Larry Doby
quien recibi base por bolas en
el noveno adelant a tercera por
sencillo de Al Rosen y anot con
un sencillo de Sam Chapman.
Brooklyn punteros de U Liga I
Nacional.
Los Cachorros anotaron cinco I
carreras con seis hits en el pri-
mer episodio y en la sptima
entrada anotaron siete con un
Jonrn de Hank Sauer, sencillo
de Andy Pafko, doblete de Dee
Fondy, tres boletos Ubres y do-
bletes de Wayne Terwilliger.
rsahssuib-ksCez-.etaolnetaoln
en una
- ocasin jug con los Yanquis
?f,!?a a' anunciandose tres humill ayer a sus antiguos
Eddie Stewart que
le
reuniones.
Todos los detalles se encuen-
tran arreglados y se ha prepa-
rado un Programa para llevar
a feliz trmino el Congreso.
Numerosos redactores deporti-
vos han prometido asistir a este
Congreso, y entre los cronistas
de la capital que probablemente
viajen a Coln maana se en-
cuentran, Adolfo Prez, redac-
tor Jefe de la seccin deportiva
de la Estrella de Panam; An-
tonio de Sedas Joaqun Ortega,
Carlos M. Pretelt, redactor Jefe
de la pgina deportiva de Mun-
compaeros conectando un Jon-
rn con las bases llenas y fui
el factor decisivo en la victoria
de los Medias Blancas por 7 a
4 sobre los Yanquis que perdie-
ron su primer Juego del ao en
sus propios terrenos.
Los Yanquis haban ganado
10 juegos consecutivos en su
parque y tambin haban hecho
saltar del cajn a quince lan-
zadores regulares consecutivos
hasta ayer que el zurdo Billy
Pierce dur las nueve entradas
y logr su cuarta victoria. Ste-
wart Jug porque Jm Busby su-
do Grfico, Ricardo A. Pardo, fri una lesin en el dedo pul-
ubn Shocrn. Cristbal Sar-1 gar Los latinos Chico Carrasquel
miento, Luis Ardlnes, Luis Pinto,
Danilo Luna. Gilberto Carrillo,
Serafn Ivaldl, Guillermo a Ro-
lla. Dlgenes Tapia, Edmundo
Vargas, Alberto Montilla, Julio
Maestre, Arturo Le Cont, Hugo
Wood, etc. 8e tiene entendido
que Toms Cupas, redactor jefe
de la seccin deportiva de La
Hora, v Arturo Gonzlez redac-
conect un sencillo en cinco
oportunidades al bate y Orestes
Miozo dispar dos sencillos en
cinco ocasiones y anot una ca-
rrera.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Cachorros de Chicago cas-
tigaron duramente a cuatro lan-
zadores de los Phillies con un
tor Jefe de la pgma' deportiva | total de T7 incogibles ganando
de La Nacin, no pueden asistir por la desigual anotacin de 18
debleV-oueoeupaoln* y com- 9 y colocndose asi a-sOro me-
promlsos contrados. dio Juego de los Dodgers de
'*<>
Se pronostican reidos partidos en los
juegos del ftbol mayor maana
El ftbol mayor capitalino
tiene para maana los dos atrae
tivos partidos entre los conjun-
tos:
PACIFICO vs HDRACAN
1.30 p.marbitro Cardales
y
ANQON vs HISPANO
3.15 p.m.arbitro Parrhtment
Importantes colocaciones se
jugarn los cuatro oncenos, y
por la calidad y condiciones de
los conjuntos se espera reidos
y movidos partidos.
Social Deportiva
Nos complacemos en felicitar
a la simptica y entusiasta de-
portista JULIETA "Julie" ARA-
NA' por su cumpleaos que ce-
lebra hoy.
Contina Hoy La
Liga De Baseball
De Calidonia
La Liga de baseball de Calido-
na reanudar hoy y maana
sus juegos con Interesantes cho-
tadio los equipos San Francisco
vs Los Duques y Fuerte Chlrl-
qui vs Nicols Ayarza y en la
ques.
Hoy se enfrentarn en el Es-
bar riada: Vermotuh Carpano vs
Bosco.
En el dia de maana los par-
tidos se celebrarn en la Ba-
rriada y sern protagonizados
por Parque Lefevre vs Fuerte
Chlriqu; Cabo Verde vs San
Fanclsco.
Juegos Nocturnos
Los Tigres vinieron de atrs
para derrotar a los Atltlcos en
el noveno episodio con una ra-
cha de seis carreras por anota-
cin de 9 carreras a 0.
Mientras tanto los Senadores
de Washington vencieron a los
Carmelitas de San Luis por o
carreras a 2.
En los Juegos nocturnos de la
Liga Nacional Preacher Roe lle-
v a los Dodgers a la victoria
sobre los Cardenales de 8an
Luis por 6 carreras a 3 y el
Brooklyn mantuvo asi el lde-
rato en este circuito.
R. P. M.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO WDEPEKDntNTE
FAGOT nuivi
RadiO
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P.M.
3:30 Msica venezolana
8:45 Carrera
4:00 Ramn Armengod
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Enric Madriguera
y su Orq.
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Msica variada
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos populares
8:30 Canciones favoritas
7:00 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:15 Msica tiplea
7:30 Cantares de Espaa
7:45 Selecciones escogidas
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11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
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Msica tpica
12:00 Msica de saln
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12:15
12:30
13:50
La nema del Asma
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- con -
DOROTHY PATRICK
ROBERT ROCKWELL
KENT TAYLOR
ESTELITA RODRIGUEZ
BELLA VISTA
F.I misterio del caso del Cardenal
MINDSZENTY en una pelcula
SENSACIONALI
Charles
BICKTORD
I A
Bonita
(.HANVILLE
- en -
"ACUSADO
DE ALTA
TRAICIN"
V ARIEDADES
A RER COMO NUNCA!
CANTINFLAS
Mara Elena
MARQUES

Tito JUNCO
Che BEYES
Aniel GABASA
en -
'ROMEO Y JULIETA"
TEATRO ENCANTO TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Ann BI.YTH Mark STEVENS
en -
"LA NINFA DESNUDA"
Lew AYRES Loul WOLHEIM
en *
"SIN NOVEDAD EN EL
FRENTE"
TEATRO TIVOL
Gordon McRae. en
"MELODA del CORAZN"
tin Coloras)
Humphrey Bogart. en
-Sl^^TmOREFljGIOj'
TEATRO IRIS
Armando Calvo Rita Macado
Dalla IAlguez. en
"MI MARIDO"
Ademas: Pepe Arlas, en
" F U L M I N E "
___HISPANO
Fernando FernndM y
Mironlava, tn
"La Muerte Enamorada"
Ademas: Antonio Bnd. en
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
~~Irene Dunne Alec Guinness
- en -
"EL DIABLILLO V
LA REINA"
Ademas! Lee J. Cobb Jane
Wyatt John Dahl, en
"FOR UNA MALA MUJER"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Comienza una Nueva Sarta I
"Marte Invade la Tierra"
11-2-3) Ademas:
"CELOS"
"RANCHERO AUDAZ" .
TEATRO EDISON
John Wayne Maureen O'Hara. i
"RIO GRANDE"
Adems: Red Cameron, an
"LLAMAS DE ODIO"
VISTERMOSA
"ESFADA FATAL" (1-11)
- Adems: -
"MUERTE BURLADA"
"Guerrillero Tjanos" _
PACIFICO
"Vaelve El Hambre
Murrlelaio" 12-13
Adems:
"Maaana Morirs"
-VENGADO:
MISTERIOSO" _
IDEAL
William Bendlx, en
"Matea Al Umpire"
Ademas:
Jamas Mason, an
"ALMAS DESNUDAS"
APOLO
Pedro Lpez Lagar
an "MARIHUANA"
Adamas:
Rosa Carmina, en
"OUE IDIOTAS SON
LOS BOMBEES"